Findlay High School - Trojan Yearbook (Findlay, OH)

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AIIKIQ XVIIA-xI11.N,,"A A' ' .11r:..1.:::. 1, :gif F1 .-im: f.'.u-wt: :1: P K1 , '1 ' 'W ..'. 17.5 11111 11 Pfqkj' I I it '-1..f:Ac1S 111 11 'VL r 1 1 111 C1 - .'-1.1.2.1 1 1 C- , R1-.u 1.11. 111111. ,Hb 131 111. i tfilf. 11 I s r1 Ev.: :mls 1l1 E:.::?: 11.11 141. 15111 "Ll i5.1r.1.i1, I,-,,,.,::' ' '1 N L, 1-My eaf-fm?-'aww mm fs I aue Th rtu The Tale of 25 How can vte be happy? asked the four sons of the merchant prtnce thetr father You not happy exclnmed the parent What more can your heart destre? Any treasure of the earth ts yours for the asktng lustrous pearls of the Ortent gltttertng dtamonds that lte deep tn the cayerns of Afrtca Jeweled temples so beauttful man forgets he ts mortal gold and so much tt can neyer be counted No' You wtll have none of these? Ltsten my sons I wtll gnc you each a kmgdom wtth absolute svn ay' And you scorn that? My sons do you know I haye made myself a Mtdas to keep you as prtnces? And you you want nothxng less than the world tn one gulpl But satd the sons sadly ue neyer asked for gaudy treasures They do not make us happy Oh sons one must hate rtches to be happy But perhaps you are rtght Perhaps rtches alone cannot gtye happtness for I am not happy Let us Search the world oyer for thus elustye somethtng Let us meet here agatn tn the fourth year So the quest was begun Sooner or later each of them dectded he must consult the tnstttu ttons of learntng tn such a wetghty matter The proud father sought advtce of renowned sages xersed tn anctent phtlosophy men of rare abtltty The four entered netghbormg schools of humble character At the end of the allotted ttme they agatn met and each was certatn he had succeeded The merchant prrnce eyes burntng wtth the prtde of trtumph proclanmed that hts was the only solu tton Saud he Happmess IS the state of bexng pleasantly decetyed To be happy you need No crted the ftrst son that IS not true' The only way to be happy ts to do your best tn exerythtng you attempt I have proof Then he showed them a Hxgh School team playtng a tense game of basketball They are supremely happy as long as they do thetr best whether they urn or lose And ltkewtse these They saw a group of students earnestly concentratmg on thetr studtes That ts too nerye rackmgl exclatmed the second To enjoy ltfe you must be care free ltght hearted neyer grow up and always smg or vyhxstle Ltstenl And they heard the sweet melody of Hugh School votces blendtng rn perfect harmony All these are not sufllctent came a yotce from the thtrd An essentnal of happtness ts self respect and respect from others You cannot attam thts unless you are strtctly honest It ts better to be a good man than to be a good student athlete or mustctan Look at these' There appeared a room of students takrng a test The teacher had stepped from the room but every one kept tntent on hts own paper and hrs own work Then the fourth exclatmed But all of you haye oxerlooked the shortest road the only road to happtness It ts the broad htghyh ay of serytce Here are examples They beheld the many I-Itgh School Clubs ttemtng vytth acttve boys and gurls neyer expecttng honor or recognt tton of thetr labor the plays and debates carrted on ystth the unselflsh sptrtt of htlptng the pub llc enjoy themstlyes md dextlop thetr mmds Lach of the Bye sttll clung to hts oyxn theory 'I he argument waxed hot A youth stand mg near by yyetrtng a rtng marked XIX XXX spoke aloud I han. expertenced all these factors of happtness X ou must take them as a vaholc True happtness ltes tn dotng your best joy fully honestly and tn a Splrll of seryxce LI x stu tt ax D ,I -2 -H ii - -4 K A - 2 ' , Rv H X., -1 ,ly ' "G A ' r ' . 1 'Z' Y ef' i- , fi I c ' 1 a I V v l 1' Y Y Y ., only to convice yourself that you are happy." 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'25, I i Y In the Days of King Richard The great halls rang with the merry din of the diners at the king s royal table All were hilarious and happy and the great wine bowls were not yet empty The flare of the torches and the light from the huge log fire cast dim shadows over the massive stone w alls and all was cheery and comfortable The king sat in his accustomed place his courier the Mutt singing champion of the terriors and poodles at his back The court Jester King thus named for his roy al imitations was causing the merriment by imitating Lady Rebecca riding her aide s Baroness Badger bicycle Countess Pennington almost laughed but not wishing to be like the rest she smiled Pee Wee Egbert chief serving man turned to look at the fun and dumped the roasted goat in Lord Collingwood s lap That cut and dried gentleman much sought after by their ladyships Dorothy Mitchell Alice Love and Kathryn Hoppenberg Be it knovxn that Lord Collingwood met Lady Faye Foreman secretly which if Sir Iyan Burrell stalwart knight of the round table had known would have meant a duel For his clumsiness Man at arms Dye heaved Pee Wee down to the music room Sterling s mixed quartet composed of Rema Essex Norma Bishop I eo Urschal itz and Milton Wilson were savn ing out the old oaken bucket The dinner being spoiled all preceded by Treece and Riker royal torch bearers left the dining hall except the knights and men at arms Bringing up the rear strutting along came the wards of Sir Lawrence damosels Frances Pocta and Mary Brickman They were taking some bits of food to their friend Lady Gertrude Bishop who had suffered a sudden heart attack on seeing the king s nephew Prmce Poole visiting for the first time The doors had closed after them and the knights were conversing gaily when suddenly a mysterious darkness enveloped them and a figure in dazzling white armor appeared in their midst He said only a few words and was gone Sir knights beware the Black Knight who will come for tomorrow s tourna ment No need to harm his squire Kelly just a simple minded red headed a Duke Hammond a man of influence and fashion about the castle was the first to find his voice Let us choose Sir Griffin to meet the Black Knight with Sir Swisher and Sir James Marvin his armor pages. All agreed. At this point the bearers of the royal Collypops came tripping in on their skates and at spoofing Spitzer s command the entire group of Mary Burrows Virginia Sharp Trolla Cramer Olive Matz and Fanchon Bristol began to dance dainty little Vlaiden Helen Billstone s new creation Who Will I Dodge Tonight? A trumpeter came in and interrupted the Dance of the Seven Snails by Genevieve Swartz Egyptian dancing girl to announce the grand march in one- half the hour glass. Court ladies and gentlemen bedecked in their gayest finery filled the great ballroom. The musicians almost hidden from view behind palms were filled with the spiri't and spirits: thus good music. Alice Edie played the harp Esther Zuber twanged the taubijou, while Florence Wooley tolled her eyes and clapped the cymbals, Mildred Naus was making soulful sounds dispense from Carpenter Collins' saw. Duke Fout and Duchess Marilynn Fout gave a beautiful little dance, The Forget-Me-Nots. Finally, after watching several dances the King. not to be outdone, selected Maiden Ruth Pfeiffer and became one of the dancers. But alas! The ever-present cur terrior belonging to little Mary Whalen, a 2633? Q ' ln"'f4g. ,El A ld.". ' ' H F PageTh y maiden still in her teens jumped from his chair at a loud bang of the cymbals and darted among the dancers tripping Lord Broadwater and Sir Ellsworth Marvin whom the king in turn fell over It took the combined efforts of Dorothy Buto Martha Chambers and Dorothy Feist to drive the pest from the room But such were the duties of the Royal Order of Dueling Brooms NVe took it in fun Lady Virginia of Hart took charge of her friend and con veyed her to a seat near the Lieutenant Governor Sir Glessner healer of hurts To the surprise of all but the King the royal train of Princess G nevieve of Dunn was announced Her royalness marched up leaning slightly on Arch duke Leiter s arm Directly following came Prime Minister Stump and Lady Margaret Davis chaperon of the princess The rest of the tram followed Maids of the wmebowls Athena Davis Helen Kinstle and Agnes Archer were kept constantly busy Since the tournament was on the morrow all were celebrating Outside the night was beautiful and Lady Ruth of Waggoner Hall was enjoying it alone Presently Treva Bare Greek serving girl brought out a cloak and little Maiden Evelyn Folk brought a night eye glass A group of maidens of Princess Genevieves court joined her and they chatted merrily There was Gladys Marquet Lieut gov of Sweezonia s daughter Vera Schwab daughter of Duchess DeH1ghbrow Miriam Roller the court historian s niece Murial Fink sister of captain of the guard and Mary Shull ward of king s treasurer They heard Turnkey Reese and Gatekeeper Robert Sutton arguing with a stranger and decided to go and take a walk Looking in an open doorway they beheld the maids of the Moaning Heart Edna Hillshafer Leota Blackman Edna Burns and Bernadme Bare gossipmg Continuing they ran into Hen rietta Brown Onieta Lugibihl and Dorothy Pentzer maids of the kmg s clean kitchen taking their bun bursting exercises Imprudently interrupted Sooth sayer Swmehart mumbling sweet nothings in the ear of Lady Helen Slagle In the gateway stood a little group They easily picked Duchess Andrus among Damosel Catherine Alspach Peeress Ruth Shank Innkeeper of Cologne s daughter Baroness Dorothy of Yergerville Bonesetter Bigley and Cranberry Cramer On inquiry they learned the Black Knight had arrived Marquis Kresser and his nieces Lois Moore and Naomi Rudolph were talking to him. The tournament day dawned clear and bright. Bathing Instructor Barka- low and her morning dip class dipped and Lady Clara Dietsch drowned again. Breakfast preparations began. Assistant chef Velma Cramer was first on hand. Leatha Miller Martha Morris Erma Thomas and Pauline Marshall are of the Irish apple smashers squad' Maude Tinsman Dorothy Walters Edythe Roller and Pauline Chaney all table girls for one morning. All were there. Fly Fellers court bug around and Sir Buttercup Garber twin bug around could be seen bugging on the royal pink attentively watched by Trainer Turner. Soon Lady Woodford and her party of court ladies Thelma Yerger Edythe Walters Helena Charles Isabelle Loy Martha Burnap and Helen Preston de- parted on horseback for a jaunt in the woods. Maids Lucille Hunt and Kath- ryn Dickinson, keepers of Baroness Hoffmans clothes press, ran for their wooden horses, and hastily built a Ere. In the tournament field little Squire Williams was followed about by village maidens, Pauline Krauss, Isabelle Tisdale and Irene Schrier. as he made note of all the entries. Another group, Gwendoline Woodu'orth, Dorothy Fry, Kathryn Durliat and Helen Kelchner, danced around Old King Cole as Lkonlinucd on Page Thirty-nincj f-we -1 A- A 4 T Q, M 3, I nel? 691 I f'1 g- gh Senior P1 esiclent s Message The Seniors of 29 have reached the first ridge on the road to Success The steps are high and broad and the climb is a long one Yet the seniors haye w on only their first battle tow ard that goal Education has done for the mind of man w hat the sun has done for the planet beneath our feet Education has driycn away the clouds of brutalit superstition ignorance and hatred Don t bt ashamed of your little know ledg But be ashamed if you do not add to it whenever you can Yours is tht grtatcr shame if you fail to make it useful to your fellow men Climb to the high place and make yourself somebody then people will listen to you There are only two classes of human beings in the world the useful and themselyes does good to others The useless class unfortunately large consists of absolute drones whose work concentrated exclusively in their own welfare does no good to anybody To which class do you belong To attain this success we must have industry self denial and enthusiasm We must not be satisfied with what we have done Be dissatisfied with your supply of information and try to get more no matter how much or how little you may have Well enough is a sleepy harmful humbug avoid its presence Never let well enough alone make it better Everyone is knocked down at least once lt is the getting up that tests a man Opportunity comes like a snail but once it has passed you it changes with a fleet rabbit and is gone The three most ardently desired qualities of man are self control Justice and imagination Vve need self control for our equilibrium justice the com pass of our lives for our guidance and imagination for our creative power Equilibrium direction and creation are a trinity desirable and unconquerable Success lies not in achieving what you aim at but aiming at what you ought to achieve and pressing forward sure of achievement here or hereafter The president of the class of 25 expresses to all the members of the class 'ind to the committees his thanks and appreciation for their aid and cooperation in making this year a success gli. R. HOLLlNC"l'ON. ln the Days of King Richard he played his windpipe while Simple Simpson and Page Stanley Johnston put up the targets for the archery. Princess Rachtl, queen of the tournament. sat near the King with her serving girls Loraine Edwards Frances Feigle Charlotte Ford and Edna Fiscus near at hand. The two lines of knights faced each other. The king gave the signal. they charged forward. Many were dismounted in the first crash. Th. 'Vlighty Sir Alge seized a sword from the dead body of Sir John Shafer and killed Sir Thomas. Sir Grotty had got aid of Sir Kitchen and Sir Krouse but on clashing with Sir Alge the sword of both pierced the other at the same time. Damosel Mae Steegman cried-with glee. The honors finally went to the side of the Black Knight, who would not even raise his visa to acknowledge it. In the archery contest. Robin Hood Mains defeated all by splitting a wand balanced on Marguerite Smith's nose. In the javelin throw Sir Caris won by QContinued on Page One Hundred and Thirtvenineb Page Thing ,gg , - aff A 1 , we we-al- at .v af:,- .-i,1- f.-fs - 0 'I 1 . , 1 a 1 1 S T Y ' . , T Yi V Y I YYY' I l v . . Y 3 b V ' Y C. I V ' V 1 ' ' ' ' x s 1 ' ' ' V 1 Y I I Y 5 ' Y 7 . I the useless. The useful class consists of those whose work, besides maintaining Y Y ly Y ' 'I ' I V Y y ' '. ' ' ? 1 1 L Y . 1 1 1 Y 1 1 ' 1 1 ,A . . . .v . . ',, . . . i . lLont1nucd from Page 'lhirty ei htb 1 Y Y V D A V aria 86951 ,EW 'td ,,2ge5'iSf,?!iQ9.-.5111-5 ff ESS By the shores of Blanchard Rtuer By thc gleamzng deep blue waters Lay the peaceful ullage Fmdlay One of Buckeye s fazrest daughters ln the mzdst of many others Rose a red brrck burldxnq lall Rose the brand neu, Hzqh School annm loud so uell by students all Many lhznqs the teachers lauaht them Of nature sczence and languaqe too 'lreadrng tn the paths of great men Workxna hard as they would do And the wisest Htqh Sthool sludcnl I ook from every book :ls lreasurt lrarmd the Aurel urls or krmwltdue Iouml zn lhtm tndurrnq pltasurt I'ut1t lmly NIILHRI D BARMI R 13 -1 . - -4 I 2 ' A . , Q- ' , - 3 . ,. A 7 I A ' A ! 1- - A ,, Y Q 4 , Q., B X e ,, - ,Q , , , - . ,"3t'fI7",",7f43fi4' A I Q- 4 'Y - A ' "hs: A , -by 5 bf, . iw D X ' 2 , . h hx y ' I ' ,ah . 'f' ,,, I' ' , , i Xl! X , I . 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A ui-Qm,5L UU Vzce Preszdent MARX LEARH Vnrgnl Alsparh Paul Alrman Rxchard Alrschul Norman Angus lxennclh Ball Allan Ballxnger 'Medford Bell Henry Brovsm LeVon Copeland Harold Corbin Clarence Larley Ralph Karp Thnron Ldle Qllflord fssex Oven llrcslune XX nllnam l Iemnng, 'l humas l letchcr l nclx o llarlan lolk John lolk J los er I arl Cnohlh larl Haley llaruld llamllun l lyde Harpsr Robert lflarrn XX xlllam llochslclllnr JUNIORS Presxdent HAROLD KOONTZ Secretary MARTHA MARVIN BOYS Donald Hummnll Charles Hurley Charles Kenney NK xllxam Kxrkbnde Daud XX1lsl XX orlh lxramcr l dwln l each 1 arl I earey 'Slack l Larcy Robert Malcolm 'Vlarun 'Vlxclney Calun 'Vlxller James 'Vlxlllr Tom 'Nlllchcll Dunn d hkornll l arl Nlullnr Dwnghl Nulcy Thomas Orndorll James Parker Szeuart Pelmr lranl. Peurman Xlarmn Pfuflmr Dorson Povull XX ayne lresser lorresl ssn Arthur l rs Curlxs Rlshl Treasurer ANTHONH CUNNINGHANI Mlllon Rolnnson John Russell Merle Sausser lerrall Schneider l'lCICll Sealy Xhllxs Shade K harles Sherard Atal Shroy Harold Sues John Snyder Joseph Snyd Clyde Sorenson Waller Spangler Harry Sxanlilld Lloyd Stanli ld Charles Sroclung Ra ph T atsorrh XX ellman 'l msma Nlorns Marne: James lkealxly Demer Williams Ralph Wlsely J we XX yan! lllnry Wolgamor llaycs Ryan! llarold X rp! Carl X oung n 1-ar.,-nt Dorothy Adams Georgia Agner Gail Bass Vlargaret Barr Xlildred Barger I eonora Basye Nlnleta Beltz I lizabcth Brrstoll l eda Carden livelyn Collins Virdic Conaway Gertrude Cope Margaret Curtiss Clecyl Davis Kathryn DeHaven Marguerite Dennis 0'Dessie DeVore Donna Dochterman Pearl Dorsey Dora Doyle Doris Dukes Genevieve Dye Ruth Edie XX':inda Edwards Kathryn Farner Christina Fischer Marian Fold Lillian Fornes llelcn Frost Dorothy Frye Ifsther George Dorothy Gilbert Dorothy Gillespie Naomi Gordon GIRLS Wilma llafenbrali Helen Haley Marie Halstead Pauline Harpst Genrtiese Harris Beulah Hendricks Kathryn Hildebrand Alice Hines 'Vlildred Hosman Aileen Jederds Genevieve Jordan Kathryn Kempher Marguerite Klolz Helen Koontz Violet Lunn Marguerite Marvin Katharine Mertz Mary Miller Eula Moore Katharine Moorhead Rose McCarthy Lucy McCoy Margaret McGriff L:iVon Nlclntire Dora Newcomer Julia O'Neil Cora Otley Emma Oxley Mary Porter Eva Powell Irene Pierce Iillen Plotts Ima Price Mae Pulcheon Hlfreda Reames Carrie Rinehart Helen J Robinson Mary Russell Fsther Sausser Helen Seiple Helen Sexerns Violet Sheldon Juanita Shreve Mildred Singleton Iiugena Snyder Lena Snyder Geneva Sorenson Olive Spence Amy Swartz Gertrude Swinehart Mildred Swisher Ruth Timmerman Gladys Traucht Hattie Treier Pearl Urschalitz lflorence XValters Helen XValters Marguerite XYeakly Kathryn XVertz Mildred XVhipple Geraldine XVilson Lillian XViSe Mabel Wise Dorothy XViseley Thelma XViseley Dorothy Xvoods Nellie Yoxtheimer we ' ate1ii-uw!-L M I gtgg me ra V g,gggg,,Mg,.1:,g. JUH101 P1 esldent s Message You cant cheat the game xn the long run yy hatever If IS pleasure reputatlon success self mdulgence sooner or later you must pay for mt are the vsords of lnhomas 'Vlelghan a stage star of txtraordlnaryf character Ought vt e not bear thus logtt ln mlnd and llye up to lt? This old game of lrfs. must be played falrlx and yu. can t do It unless uc play the game accordlng to rules We know our rults uc can judge oursclyes We can find out whether or not we are foulmg the game Hrt that ltne of temptatlons hard and sally through them wlth a determln atlon that only can vun Often yyc may be cast asxde dovun the crooked path XVe d1sl1ke to acknoyy ledge vu are gomrg astray but then rlght there IS the tlme to buck up turn about dlg our toes ln and fight out of the rut lf vue are among thost who are not pl1y1ng the game falr whether tt be benefit of the other fellow hang out our true heart felt stgn We wlll have our opportunltyf sometxmt and unless we have the favor of man and a clear COUSCICHCC It vull be 6kCCCCllDglY dmflicult to attam our ambl t1on s purpose If we w1sh to be looked on wlth joy ous Grace by the Almrghtyf 1f we w1sh to be vsatched wxth great favor by Man me must go 1nto the game thoroughly convlnced and determmed to play thc game fa1r accordlng to the rules set down 1 by the all dtvme Master Hx! Ol IJ hmm I Class of 26 fllxpolog cs to Chance l lVhen that September Luth tts school bells rtngtng fhe heart of quzet Student has set sznqznq And even Laqaard heard the call of duty Then e en for htm does study hold some beauty Befell that tn that season on a day In Ftndlay at the school house as I stay Ready to start on the new school year I must admzt twas Luth no lzttle fear fhat I embarked upon thts fearsome Loyaat lhtrc came to share the tourney stranat Luth rm A aoodly number tn one company Xblllh much ado nach bema eaatr fo haue hts frtend to be our leader W'e chose from out the u,hole company fhe one echo seemed best fitted to be tOur utsdom teas thus t en so curly shottn Its Lastly sean by thost to whom he s knottn L pon our tourney to Sophomott lou n Our company had tt on a areal rtnou n litcause of our talt nt II7 cttry lzne Our qroup they sazd teas very Hne In Vusrc and Sports and Dramattc Art ' - ., , N 'r 'Q gif 4 - 4 Z 1- ' ' ' ' 'U ' ' ' 1 72' v ar-1, Xa t,f f - f 4 -: . 1 'I . ,N ,. . . 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A, ,flee Zach one of our memlnrs haLl somL part So finally tzrLa' hut happy too XX e came to a place uell kpoan to you As for rest ue stoppea' at Sophomore lo XX L met a company ot areat FEUOLLU Anal so toaLlher LLL cast our lo! lf1LlI'lOfl77LI' rzLalr1Ls noLL I77LIllLl'LCl not J In thts laraLr company LLL yazmcl such prazsL lhat our trzLnLls LL1ll hL proucl ol us all of our Llays I LLCIS sLLn ln holh our u,orl' and our lun lhat lLLO companus arL CIlLLLlljS hLItLr than om lhru all of lhzs trzp LLL LLorlLcl aml LLL LL Ofktll 1hopL zl zs truL that nom ot us shzrl LL! Izll at lmylh LLL camc to placL hy thL sta KVhLrL LLL stopped for a ttme at the Lszyn of the I hrLL l5Ltore LLL started to Jumor Land K l he om to me mos! mar at hand! KX L chosL from out lhc Uf7llLCl lhrony lhL om LLho from lrLshmLn lca us alony And so haLmy lost our Imshmamsh lLars WL folloLLLLl our standard of IJFLUIOUS year Anal atlL1Lal more pra1sL to our plmtzrul storL By azwna a play u,h1Lh I77ClLlL thLm cry KIorL Ihzs lumor Class Play lhanlz H ou hy namL Has LLOIT lor zls cast an Ll7LItllJl6, lamL I o turlhLr proLL our arLatnLss m Art 1hLre u,a.s Ll yrLat OpLra Ln LLhzLh LLL' took part XVLJ lmozlLLl not oursLlLLs to thzs lzne ln LLLrythma LlLsL L LrL cons1LlLrLLl quLtL ffm ReprLsLntLLl Ln all m LLLFQ contLst XX L l1kLLl lhzs part of our jourmy thL hcsl At last arLally plLasLL1 and muLh LLISLF loo XX L stopped at a placL l L6 muvlzomcl to you lhzs placL l must say thL lust I lnou hoLL ls lhL placL LLhLrL I szl as l LLFIIL to you noLL An Inn hy thL LLay a most pltasant placL X LrL tzrLL1lr1Lmls arL LhLL1La hy a lzml smzlma la L As I szt and I urzte ltnmk of thL past And say that lm ylaa' the trzp s o Lr at last But m spztL or my LLOFUIS ld 11120 you to kpou lhat Im ylacl thLrL s st ll part of my fourmy to So a1Le your but uzshcs and hzah honor too Io thzs jolly yroup LL hzch smtls CIFLEIIHLIQ to you X I X 1 Page Forty ive .3 ,. 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X 2, Qin H YK " fx-'JL4 " "4 N ff 'X Qlfi 1 ' Q1if'a1'fJ6El Vzec Presxdenl RXLPH GILLLSPIE Page Forty ugh! llarland Xdams htnntth Altman Ray Altman Sxmton -Xndrus James Auseun XK1ll1am Badgnr XK1ll1am Belt: Janus Bernhard! Russtll Bnhup Har wld Blackfml Rubtrl Bogart lduard Bulman Hamld Bonham llarry Bonnell lm llrovxn S ut Bur :anus to r mr yld tot '1 an 1 tn entla s Da Ntlmn lDav1s aul Dans L arl Daymon 51 1 D I nn hr s I btrsot lwbut lebtrr llullls Lll1S Karl Lyung Ralf h l ar mg XX1ll1am llnl, SOPHOMORES Presrdent CHARLES CRAMLR Secretary C11A11Lhs H XCKENBLRGER BOYS John l1scher l red l r17zcll r r Robert lnorgt Khfford blathart John Gltssner beorgt Crrotty XK1ll1am llaley Cnrald Hauman l mme Harns lltnry Hazclton Raymond ll1ll lohn llull1ny,tun Inlwn Jttlcrdy. au Junta nhn lull Ind lurk 1r1d tsttr lkn John Lelttr itrbtrt udu Donald l ualt levull Mays XX1ll1.1m Mams 'llron Marun lugcne Mcbaryey lnlm Muller Oryal M1ller Quentln Nnrrrs Donald ltrluns Robert Pultms 1, Y ..-f- Treasurer OLI Il: JAMES Glenn l cterman Holhcc Plotrs Laurel Puxull Donald lnngle Ralph Pru1tt Nlax Rutter XX 1ll1am Charles Donald C harlea M1llard atanley Forest Roth Sattler Saltler Sausser Schrotv. ihultl lough S .alenn Snyder Herman Sttegman Harry Sxntler Rxchard 'I homas Arthur lhompaon Vlartm lhumpatyn 1 hflurd lmdtr Jasper Truce Robert XX armr Lharlu Xharrtll lewxs XX'at!s leonard V-1llt1ns XX1ll1zm XK1nltl1. 1 la1r XX oodrufl Harley XX Outh Am1l X ockey Cmrdon Qlagtl 4' I 1 - I A' I 4 Q A, : 1 g Ca 1 1- yr H 5 . A , . 1 - . - - 11' 1 V ' v liulu-rt Bryan llnv1'.1rd Kr-llty' ' Q " R11 . ' ler .I 'v y' ' l ' tte ' ' l ' 1' ' ' ll. 1 ter l - f ' rlg-r , ' " f ll -1 1- ' - , '- 1 Mt-ll Us l ' l. ' - -f - .I . ' Y H ly ,- 4 ,y ' , - , V V 1' ll' .-. a 1- A J " 1 , 5, , Q L v 1 J 1 Q, - - N miie' ' ' , X' I ,, 7'f'o+. 'GY-M Garnet Allen Xl1ryL -Xltmextr l ula Arthur lane. Ashbrook Bttty Baker l lorence Baker Helen Baker Vlartha Barkimer Alme Bastine Pauline Bennett Alice Blackburn Vera Blackman Ruby Bond Nlabel Bowers Mabel Brown Marion Brown Lucile Brundigo liabel Carpenter llelen Carrothers Rachel Cattell Burdeen Cole Florence Crawlis Edith Crosser Bernadine Crozier Mildred Danklefsen Audrey Day Dortha Denison Pauline DeVore Dorothy Doty Mary Doyle liern Dray Ella Elsrer Mabel Erwin Dulcie Ex GIRLS Irene Foltz Mabel lry Mmrtha Gillowiy Mary Grant lnel Hallowell Miry Hartman Helen Hirscher Georgia Hock florence Hodge Blanche Hoffman Helen Honecker Louise Hosler Pearl Hosler Marguerite Houseman Mabel Jordan Mary Lamping Dorothy Leach Anna Loy Bernice Lunn Mary l.ou McCarthy Pauline McMahon Edna Meeker Beatrice Mertz Margaret Misamore Lois Moore Katherine Moore Marie Moorhead Enora Morehart Alice Morrison Racheal Moyer Louise Myers Esther Myers Leila Naus Martha Neeley ,4 lrances Newcomer Marguerite Ntilcy lxathryn O K onnor lucille Parker C irlutta Pattcrxon Minnie Pickett Vlildred Price Mary Reimuntl ldcllzt Rishtl Margaret Roller Ana Rose Thelma Schneider Mary Schwab Decima Sheely Glenna Shull Bernice Smith Ruth Stanlield Lilah Staulfer Myrtle Steinman Vivian Stewart Martha Stout Marjorie Taylor Ruth Taylor Donna Torrance Marian Vorhees Deloris Watkins Helen XVeekly Genevieve XVineland Mcarl XX'ineland Hattie XViscley Hazel Wolgamuth Margaret Sarrerly Q16-2 foil , l,rl Y ! 1 Y eg ww ' m11f-11111631 Sopl1omo1e P1 E?S1Cl9D'E N lXIQssdQQ at rst xxt dont succttd xxt ll trx r a .1111 FI hat IS tht on x xxax 'O Gnd Qucctsi XVL c1r1 not 1ll ruth a goal l7LC'lllSL xxt all l11xt Lllfldtfxfll lIllLI1lS motlxtx 111d dlfltrtnt 11111s lo xx oxk toxx11d t lrx to IO CLIITIH 111gs 1d vxt xxox l71I'L tm lgh xt surt lo rt1th a sauslaclorx goal XX't 1rt tht onts 1h1t xx1ll 1111lxt tht futurt lt IS up to us to h1xt a lllgl1pLlfpO5x lI'l llfc XXt look forxx ard to u1t1matt Qll ttxs thus xxt xx1ll bttomt bttttr studtnts 1nd lattr bttttr t1t11t11s 19 xxt 1rt tht ontx xx ho xx1ll Qltp 111 111d 11kt tht pl1ct xat1ttd hx our tathtrs Xlxt all havt 1 ttrtam go1l to 9tr1xt f xxl11ttver tht courst max bt smooth or rough ltt us tach p1clx a path ll11t1s Htttd for us and as tnd nt to a lnghtst and nobltst go1l lht 111111 that h1s no Stl T111 111 hft cannot hopt to rlst to tht poxmons oi lit x1t1ttd hx our i1ll1tr XX h1ttxtr our pos1t1ons 111 1t IYIIX h xxt 10p that through our 111flut11tt htrt xxt Sllill haxt btlttrtd our sthool 1nd com 11u111lx ax xx tll 15 ourstlxts Sophomole H1StO15 At tht bkglllfllflfl of tht sthool xtar xx htn claxs mtttmgs for tht ,lumors and Stmori xx trt htmg htld muth to tht 'surpmst ol txtrx bodx tht Qopho urts lllll 11 1 t11d ol 1 111o11l1 lllkll' tondu t h1d prox Il to l11111 t thtx xx 1.1t t1pabl ol org11111at1or1 thtx xx ould bt glxtn that prlxlltgt nt month l1tt1 mothtr llltxllrig xx 1s htld 1n xxh1tl1 a tustom of xtarx xx 12 hrolxtn x ht11 tl1 Sopl1o111ort tl1Qs xx ai 1llOXXLCl to org1111f1. 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Editor RXLPH SALTZ ROSI 'UCCXRTHW RALPH GILLESPIE Club Edxlor XJARGARET DAX IS Jokc Edxxor HE LLN BILLSTONE RXLPH TI YISOR TH NH LL DANIS Asslslunr fdzlnr H XROLD INOOX1 Z Llucrlnsxna Hammer JANIFS SL fl-ON Sophomor flaw ldxmr 'UXRFXRI 1' ROLL! R C alandur I llnmr Nl IS l IDNRIN IIACH XKILLIKXI BADCIR Dramalzr Iwlltor GINIXILNI IDLNN NIEDPORD BFLL Ylusnt lzdllor LORAINF lkDXX XRD9 DOROT HX NK ISI LI Y Snapsho! Elxlnr IAYE FORFUAN XKI1 HX HXYINBRKK JOHN HOLLINCTON Page Fzlly one " 7,113 T743 ', ' " ' ' - 1" ' " "1" , j . i ,- Va- 1 7 n L 1 ' I , e , I X ., .V 1 Q f 1 I V ,gi Rf 9' - . ' , , ' ,.,f1i-is Blue and Gold Staff V. -, 'I AE NlELLlfE BADLSIER fl ' J :V 5' V ' ' 1 A V 3 , 5 ' 3 -' f .. 4 - A - HLAJ i, fIl,!3I I. 'faggggfg wma +04 5013 Qgtg-gyr,gS3,f5ra,,iS,.1g,t5, ge Flfl ,gf -wwf 'Lf ' MQ fff fjfw ifnfxals y f NX Q X lx ' ,, wwf' ff? 2- VW vush to take th1s space to thank Mr Hutson Mr Robblns and Mr lklnley for the vxork that they haye done on thls annual for vuthout the1r hard work and efforts th1s publrcatlon could not have been a success Student Self Government Probably one of the ultrmate arms of every school IS Student Self govern ment 1n as complete a form as posslble In th1s school as ln others there has always been a cry for Student Government In the past year th1s has been granted us ln a remarkable degree In the Concentratxon Study Hall ln the Llbrary ln the unpatrolled halls we see the foundatlon of a system of Student Government The more vue proye ourselves vsorthy of these prrvrleges the sooner we shall be granted that whrch we all desrre -complete Student Self government We are proud to see our school rn th1s rmportant respect r1s1ng to the level of the foremost schools m the country and we hope rn the 11ear future to have a sy stem of Student Self government that shall be unexcelled anywhere The Gul Reset ve A year ago a new club was organlzed by some of the boys of Central lllgh a club yhhrch stood for the highest 1deals of Chrlstlan character This year thc netd was felt by the gxrls for a slmllar orgamzatxon whose purpose should be to raxse the standards of character among the glrls The Gxrl Reserve was organwtd It has not, as yet, been fully deyeloped here, but 1n vrew of 1ts success 1n other schools, the hxgh 1deals embodred ln rts code and the splendrd way m whnch the gurls are taknng lt up there can be no doubt about 1ts success here What the H1 Y has meant to the boys, what lf has done to promote development of character and frlendshnp, all thrs we hope and know that the Curl Reserve wnll mean to the gurls y mo 12 -.1 F , V . f Q ' ,, . 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' ' x V Home Rooms At the beginning of the year a great deal of comment and criticism was heard about the new sy stem of Home Rooms The old Assembly Hall was an institution hard to break au ay from But students let us admit that the new sy stem IS far more successful In place of the noise and confusion of the As sembly there is the order and quiet of the smaller room In place of the big room yy here it vias hard to accomplish any proyect there is an efficient sy stem of cooperation between the Home Rooms with a certain friendly riyalry to increase the interest So once and for all students let us cease to sigh for the old Assembly and let us try our best to cooperate and make the Home Rooms a success Prepai ation fo1 College College is one of the words that interests many of us today as hlgh school students Since a large per cent of us will go to college next fall we are inter ested in college But although we expect to go to college I wonder how many of us realize seriously that we are preparing for it now right here in high school? The work we do every day in our school life will foretell what we will do in college Colleges realize this so before accepting us they look up our past record in high school No one can hope to get more out of his subjects than he puts in them and no one can hope to get a better preparation for college than he gets for himself The harder we work in high school the better preparation for college we will have We should all realize this and in prepar ing for college we should do our best and work harder in high school so that ue can do more eflicient workin college and in our life after we haye left school -.H. '. The New Blllldlflg For many years ue have hoped and prayed and longed for a new school. At last our prayers have been answered. NVe have a splendid new building, probably second to none in the state. We are all proud of it, and we have a very practical way of showing our pride. This is by taking care of it. I 's now in all the glory' of its newness, but how will it stand the wear of the years? It is principally to us, to whom it has been first entrusted, that the responsibility of keeping it beautiful falls. If we, the first classes to use the new school, set the example of treating it as a trust which has been placed in our care. this feeling of respect will be handed down to future classes. and in later years we may come back, and, seeing the school as well cared for as when we left it, we may be proud that we were the ones to set the example. ill, D. lx. Page Iiily 1h be 'ch ' 11'-weeetl. e A 8 It . -R. H. , a a eao, L L g 1? li X I III Push We hate in old Findlay High as in eyery other place tyxo kinds of people those vsho push and those who must be pushed Any tendencies this vsay or that novs vsill follovy us in the days of our worldly life You know yyhether you are a pusher or not X ou know easily vxhether or vxhether you are the one vs ho must be coistantly pleaded with to shoxx 1 sign of school spirit The pushers and pushed are sorted out again and again in school banking in putting oyer a play an operetta an athletic schedule a debate or any actiyity In all these things the one who hasnt the fire of school spirit is brought out What a school old F H S could haye if the principal the teachers and the students in charge of any project would not be forced to plead to beg t keep on our heels all the time in order to get us to do what we should What a record we might make and yy hat a standard vee might set if we yi ould all do the pushing D Can t Stand P1 osper1ty'? Findlay High School is one of the most efficient schools in this section of Ohio A gymnasium capable of holding 1500 people is at our disposal There are lockers for every student The gymnasium contains all the necessary equip ment hor17ontal bars flying rings Indian clubs and Wands We haye a sufficient number of shoyy ers. The building is nevs modern and up-to-date. We students haye ey erything that tends tovy ard the perfect development of mind and body. But. are we going to profit by these advantages. Are we in that great class that is "spoiled by prosperity." The majority of students are not obtain- ing the maximum efficiency that may' be obtained. We haye the adyantage of a vyonderful school. But we can be spoiled by 't. The classes of other y'ears have not had the chance we have. But they' turned out good teams and good students. It is evident our school spirit is not in accord with our school. Vvle do not seem to realize that a wonderful school requires an equally' wonderful school spirit. The advantages which we possess are liable to make us soft. XVe have a chance of stepping out of the class of ordinary' schools and getting among schools of nrst-class standing. This can only' be accomplished by' a more efficient student body' and more school spirit. -A. J. L. rg , Rv- 1' " '- of 'f 4 . 0 f 'Q -. uw -we 13 evsu fmaaa. ia' ' Q ' . - 4 - " - tl' . AY Q' 3? Ns- Y Y 25' - ' ' A 615 463, L 7 v I ' v ' ' ' e vs V 1 ' y ' Y Y .A T' Y .A 'D .YT Y .3 I 1 1 V vy rl 1 ' y ' you are one of the persons that keep the rest from being one hundred per cent. V 1 v V I v n l v L ' ' ' . , , 0 . V U . V . V .. . ,., -H. . K. 1 if 4 1 , ' Y . Y I I Y P . . V ,Y , Y Y Y 5 Y 1 V i ' A Q5 Ines 5013 gwgmw Dont Be A Knot-kei Dont b a knotktr How many of us today knoyy ptoplt that a continually kno king somtont or grow ling bttaust things didn t go their yy ay XVhy Btcaust yyt knoyy that thty art for them and tlaat if things didn t go thtir w ay thty ll knock o tht way that you yy anted it to dont kno k it tlst is w ronf and that you rt tht only ont that s Do wt like thtm NO sely ts and thtmstly ts only lf somtthing doesn t just Dont say that tytry body right but join in with tht crowd and htlp to attomplish what is undertaktn Doa t go around continually lno king somttlaing that is going on that you do not agrtt with Rtmtmbtr othtr ptoplt hayt idtas and brains also If you art tontinually knocking you will be spotttd Ptoplt will know that you art always down on anything but you and yours and what can you accomplish alone ctssfully But we do not mtan that if somtthing is Going on that you dont approyt of and that you know s yy rong not to shoyy your colors wh rt you stand and what you belieye Hit tht line laard yy hen you knoyy you re right go to them ttll thtm and dont bt con Anyont can grunablt yy htn tht wtathtr s lf somt ont has mistrtattd you tinually whining around about it bad but it takts sonaeone yy ho truly Anyont can smile when ey ery thing tytry thing gots wrong and things grumblt crititift and knock But day lift wtrt undaunttd by hardships rl hty ktpt continually on and didnt knotk tytry littlt thing that didn t suit So dont bt a kno ktr bt a boosttr appreciates life to pass on a chtery word gots right but its a difftrtnt song yvhen look dark That is when we start to our grtat natn in history and in prtstnt Coopeaataon Studtnts, do wt apprtciatt our Faculty. l-low' ofttn wt htar a student say'. "Oh, that ttachtr dotsn't know' anything." But art yy't fitttd to jud . O' courst. thtrt art inftrior ttachtrs. as tlatrt art inftriors in tytry' branch of work. ut art w't qualifitd to dtcitlt which onts are inftrior. lfytn if yvt know. hay't w'e tht right to say' so. Vyt ow't it to tht school to all pull tht samt way. Nothing can bt accomplishtd in any' Group if sonat ptoplt art pulling ont wfayx somt anothtr. Evtn if w't cannot agrtt with a ctrtain ttachtr's mtthod. ltt us lrp to kttp still about it. Ctrtainly' afttr a ttachtr has spent styeral y'tars and a grtat dtal ot monty' in preparation for his work ht should know' mort about it than yvt, But no matttr how much a ttachtr knows if ht is handicappttl by' criticism and unfriendly' feeling, he can accomplish nothing, So for the sake of the s'hool it is to be hoped that in the future we can get away' from this habit of finding fault with the people who, more than all others. are interested in our success. lk: fl ,, , -2 - 1 X, .A 4 - r . . X f ' QR D ' F ,U NA f , 4 , 4 7, ,Q W f we t, f 4 f , P .--Qgawwg' X, gf: R- - ff Qu - 11 7 , D 4 1 f e ' 1 . ' . j . j ' a y . ere y t K . g , . V. vw ' , 7 A' .3 , , v-, 1 1 v 1 4 'B 1 X '1 ' A I I I . 7' Y Y 3 'i . , g . t . i ' x vi ' v i 1 4 v f v ' y s v s ' 11 V. 1 1 1 1 1 3 V1 I 1 ' - v L 1 A ' 1 W ' v v' y - 1 1 s V' y f 1 v y 1 v ' v v v v . D Be a booster. Help in every' yvay' you can to make things go over suc- 1 v ' 1 I 1 . I . ' . I. t g v- v 'Q - ' - v ,s s v 1 l Q R f R' X' V I Y i E P K V V Y V V l 1 s ' 1 s f s 1 ' 1 - . 1 v I I l Y 1 W Y H 1 73 D Q v 3 I Y V v . 3 4 I Y L 4 1 3 X V1 v I 1 7 A ' Y 1 Y 1 l "'.' 1 " 1 1 I . Y I 1 1 ' I 1 V1 1 3 V I 4 3 Y 3 , Y 1 l N 1 v1 V 1 1 . 1 S I l I . 1 ' 1 1 1 l.. ll. Ci. i i li . 'I , s yy 1 1 7 s vs 1 . . J ' ' ' . t ' ' ' ge f 1 7 Vs s s 1 v . . O . 5 W F 1 7 5 . . L 'L ' WWW hm as 6015 ! l'u.1l I lf Chapel One of the most vltal actlyltles of the school thls year IS the chapel CXCYCISCS Thls IS the first year that chapel has been conducted altogether by groups or clubs OVSIUQ to thls fact an lnterest has btcn created among the clubs to present chapels that are worth yyhlle Thus everyone ICCCIVCS many' benefits and much good from lf from yy eek to yveek as the dlfferent clubs or groups take charge not only do those who take part ID the CXCFCISCS derlvc benelits from If but all of those who hayc the prlyllege to attend Thus a better atmosphere of true school Splfll and of dolng good and rlght IS created For the first tlme ln the hlStOfY of thc school sentence pray ers have been IDIYO duced 1U chapel and every one ln chapel both those who offer prayers and those better than ln past years and although some of the clubs may have helped ln accompllshlng thls perhaps the most donllnant factor has been chapel For not only does thls chapel teach the students of hlgh school to llve up to hlgher standards of Chrlstlanlty but It also helps them and QIVCS them the foundatlon upon Wh1Ch to bulld H Charaetel ThlS word means much to us ln fact lf IS one thlng by yy hlch yve are goyerned most for no man Wlfh a bad character can ever rlse very hlgh Char acter IS what yye really are vyhlle reputatlon IS yy hat people thlnk yye are Of course vyhat people thlnk we are means much to us but lf we have a good character we wlll also have a good reputatlon If someone takes us wrong and trles to broadcast If and thus break doyyn our reputatlon we must have the character to wlthstand and rlse above lt Character IS worth all the rlches or anythlng else ln the vyorld What does lt profit a man as far as belng looked up to and respected lf he IS a mllllonalre and has a bad character' People shun hlm knowlng that he does no good ln the world But lf a man IS poor and has a good character do not people respect hlm because of h1S good char acter and IS he not able to look the yy hole yy orld IH the face knowlng he IS dolng rlght? Slnce our character means so much to us vye should strlve to dey elop one that IS good so that yye yylll be able to look anyone ln the tyes knowlng that yyt arc dolng our best and yy hat IS just l x ,- , is f 4 li .' f - - , ' Q A '14 'K 2-I - - i H" . . V. , . . Y. ' ' X 51 ' 3 V . . . V A V . ' V I yu ' V' Q . . . V V . V who listen. derive benefits. It can be said that the spirit of the high school is . . . V . . . ' -L. .o. li K W . . V . . . V . V V V . . . V V . V V V V . . . V . V V V . V . . . V . . V . V A . V , V Y. V 5 I 1 l i i -L. l. cz, fxfN VX v' aww mwo12' :fI I If I .I 'ig fjf an 'V Alf hwiwf P Eff A2 l ' IIJIEI BI X,-oo!! ff' iq, -44,0044 I Zi Z-K 'X 57'-VX -Sli K' A Fi f'77:7-152.24 f A-2,51 The Spungtlme Oh u.hIr7 ri PILP ou! 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'26, S9 N we B Y 'mktgm H 'L eggs' - UW 4601 U QW' may I.1ll,e The Parable of the Two Students And behold xx hen rt eometh time xx hen all students are summoned to come and boxx them selxes doxxn before his great marestx the professor of literature and eommon sense there hle one bx one before hrs graerous presenee and Sll themselxes doxxn rexerentlx rn most humble silence XX hen all are gathered he openeth hrs mouth and spealeeth saxrng Students l grxe to thee each a eommand eo xe and fas and labor for fortx daxs until the feast of the Passoxer xx hen xe slaall bring to me sueh produets on parehnaent as thx fertile brains produee And so saying, he bade them do as lltex xxere eonamanded and humblx his suhreets lifted themselxes up and departeth from hrraa 'Noxx there rs among thena a naost unfortunate eonserentrous student xx ho saith to himself as he ploddeth homexx ard l shall be most painful and studrous xx hrle carrxrng out hrs marestx s eommand I xxrll fast and studx hard so th t xx hen l open mx lrps to speak all men shall lrsten rexerentlx And so saxrnxt he 3, aeth hrs oxxn xx rx and doeth as xx as eonrnaandeel of hrna Yet there rs also among these rox al serrb s and gentrles a student xx ho trleeth matters lrrehtlx ara saith to the xxorld haxrrag heard his masters xx ords K rrlx this rs indeed a t s xxhrch he laxeth upon our shoulders But I shall xx orrx not neither shall I do nax oxxn xxorle And so saxrng he blrthefullx and roxfullx goeth hrs oxxn xx ax lXovx rn th naeantrme the conscientious student doth fast and xx ork laborrouslx xx hrle hrs brother the rox ful student freelx and xxrthout care spendeth hrs time and sheleels gluttonouslx rn the al house feasting and making merrx bearing no thoughts of or burdenrng hrs mrnd xxrtla the cares of the morroxx And so xxhen the time rs full eome and tlae exe of tlae Passoxer rs xxell n gh due and the conserentrous student laxeth asrde hrs xx ork ceasing to dexour lxnoxx ledge and res'eth himself rn tlae complete assurance that hrs labors are done But lo xx hen the sand has passed thrice through the hour glass a figure appeareth rn the door of the bedehamber and doth stealthfullx glide to the uttermost parts of the room seeking the desired manuscript Behold the usurper seeth the treas ure graspeth rt rn hrs hands and seeleetla retreat But xerrlx as he retreateth the robbed one arouseth from hrs slumbers and drscoxereth the situation .and recognrfeth the robber for behold rt rs hrs felloxx student So therefore at the break of dax the bereft one hasteneth to hrs marestx and mourneth unto hrm saying O master for fortx daxs haxe l labored and not eaten neither haxe l slept But behold xx hen mx task rs finished a brother student stealeth rnto mx bed ehambcr and taketh xxrth hrm the fruits of mx labors Oh xx oe unto nae Then openeth the nr st r his mouth and comforteth tlae grrex ed one saxrng NX eep not thou faithful one for th xx releed shall be made to suffer and tlae xrrtuous shall reeerxe hrs rcxx ard among the righteous And xx hen the haur of the dax rs eome xx hen all the learned ones gathereth themselxes again before the king of knoxx ledge the unlaxx ful one xx ho hath robbed hrs brother of hrs labor eometh before the teacher and boxxeth doxxn before hrm saxrng 'Vlaster here rs the result of many daxs of fasting and laboring But behold xx hen he arrseth and looleeth into the exes of hrs mast r he seeth there an angrx xet prteous gleam and the master openeth hrs Irps and saith rrlx l sax unto xou e that doth not hrs oxxn xx orle but talee h unlrxxfullx frona hrs neighbor shall be made to recerxe he that dotla as xx as eommanded of hrm shall Seerx hrs rexx ard rn heaxen And the shameful one boxxeth himself out rn anguish and eastetla asrde hrs etarments Qrrdrng, himself in srelxeleath arad throxxeth hrs boelx prone upon tlae ashes Success eeess is Ile gat o a rmartrous energetre and self respeetrng xoung raren rnd xxoraien r errtura e e e rrarrax e ap e exen some xx ro possess a hreh degree o e lrgenee ho do not a rn t rerr rrarrrts t ae eorreet me anrn e t e xx ea Stettss x otrnd altar mst x tr at r eeess e xxr t ae sue essiu x au raatst en a r s rra nter e e aa e ma x ru r rrge amo aonex xxrth x a a le e e rn t emtn r e ost of rards el ut LYS and a ,araee full of autoraroar s e haxe sarees era e aroxeel entrrelx absurd or exaraaple suppose a nrrn xx aa is ae rra rig a esteem hx llle eomraa e r e ll xerx smart perse! tt tHe Ile F ge Tl ee Hllllnllx r U1 1 e llll 'Its Se Ie ear U .3 - - Y ,, P ' , KN- 'j ' '- ' e - , I , ' F ' " 4 ' 1 .Z Y Q ' I i' X' , L- 'T - ' - ' I 'CI V 1 . I Y vs k tV: A K 1 -V I ,I ,LV , AV-V 1, v , ., V. I U y x A s s V . . as - L s V t - 'V - 'x- - ' e ' "' '.II , X 'I ' 7. ' In ' '. ' . ' .' '.I.' ' I , ' II . I . d ,' ' . ." '. ' 'I ' ,. " 'eI '. verily. I I ' H afk Y V . A . I , . I V . V V , , s e s . JV, C 'V- . '. -s s V 'A 'es V - Y s ' V -' V "A K V ' 1 V V V V f s IV u VA x I x xVv1V ' C V v jus s x K A Vw ' s .. .. ' ' ' '. ' . . ' . "Ve I verily. J X ' , h' I v ' sl v v I I ' u H I vu damnation .among the wicked. But la: who doth his oxx'n work shall prosper. for x'erilx', verily s 1 - A , ' -.J ' s . ' . 1 " u - I uI s 's I s I A 1 I' 1 'L ' I l 'I 3 I- . x VV I I y c.r E-1ll:L'lJl sx1.tsrrr.xt:r, Je.. 1 Su"'..I l- e.l f.ll. lm " ' ' ' . ' ' Lai .xt rlxx hoxx' 'x'rr, there' are' manx: .. V' p-r l'. , ' 'l , ' . It 'I " l int'l ' xx' lax'e' l 'I l l - -' '. I xt al h' ' rd. "ft It x'ill be f . . e x'itho t e'Xee'1 ion. th.t il .a nran is asked his idea of su"'. h- ' ll tell vou hat to l -. 'cn l 'e 1, ' g.ge ra ew e' c 'prrs- xr l'sin 'ss that .lees for fx . l. '. llnl of n 'I x'l iel or ' max' burl l .a rra.agraihee'nt horare' with xx'rd'. d heautil rl if 1 ds lax'- ah t In . .ara la l- 1 . . ft. .tr . l lei XX" . '- x'erx' many in.t. a" if we' iust l els .rr rurad us, where' such .ara rele-a of su.ee'ss is r " ' li -, . 'leI'l'lL.lI l'l"" ' " un itx' ira xx'hi'h he' lives thinlxs out .r plara to Hget- reh-1 lel'x.II lf he is a " A' , . ' n r ab " l 'ave a ' e the 'an I he xx'i'l Pr lalll' lac Dbl' to earrx' r l ' 'l 'me l ur 'a . rw- .ghl 4 ff 7 f 18' xx ' f 1 ' 1 . 6332 ,f "'i 'x mi 1' ' K 1.': ff' 2' 'xg V -rff i,,,:-w., ,fig I 15435 El url .Sn g Lolly Pops -III doten our pleasant thorouahfares lm! up our broutl Warn Street lheu suemter srnulu or rn purrs Or aunas ol them uou meet II rth bularnu cheek steeet drooltna rps fl sketeer of splrnt ru teood Islam e1 mouth that s urte can close On suth tt much of qood Treo for a mchel Better than prckle Chocolate butlerscotch Ieppermrnt flueor Grape or eanrlla ll hrchteer you favor Lemon ts aood but u.rII make your mouth purlur Two for a nrckel Let s qet a sucker D1 earns Dreams rre the drwn of rdeals and grrrde the lrfe goals The Amerrcan people rre comrng to rerlrle more and more eyery day the real metnrng of Dremms 'I he educatronal rnstrtutrons throughout the nrtron are findrng rt profitable to stress them and to present to students the facts about our daydreams w hrch hate heretofore been oyerlooleed and shunned In chrldhood we dream of play and enjoyment The lrttle chrld plays wrth hrs toys rmagrnrng or dreamrng them real and placrng hrmself rn command of them What rs more rm pressrxe than just such 1 scene as thrs rn 1 home? 'Should these thrngs be taken away the un known gurdrng power would be oyerruled and the hrrght lrght of lrfe would be drmmed to the chrld hrs dreams destroyed and all rdeals broken down Lrfe would then become an rneyrtable drudge wrth no glarrng feature XVhy does the lrttle grrl delrght rn playrng wrth dolls rmagrnrng herself the mother admrr mg them as a mother does her chrld and pretendrng them lrfe nlled berngs They are the dreams that hate been handed down through generatrons to them that rs resultrng rn the exalt rng of womanhood and the destrny of our natron I rkewrse the lrttle boy plays wrth toys whrch are the yery rmage of our modern commercrrl essentrals w hrch are merely the cornerstones to the er er rarsrng prllars of our mrghty nrtron In the prrmary grades of school the chrld rs read farry storres and taught to XISUJIIYC the beautres of these wonderful storres or dreams In thrs manner the rmagrnatron of the chrld rs grxen scope for adyancement by the method of rnxoluntary attractron of the mrnd As the chrld adyances through the grrdes rnto hrgh school he rs gryen the opportunrty to stress the rmagrnatrye pow ers to the paramount herght through the deep ehannels of lrterature 'Io understand the hnest of arts lrterature he must he able to dream as the poets dreamed thrnle as the authors thought act as the play w rrghts w rote He must drg down rnto the abysses of deep thrnlerng of the mrster mrnds of the founders of the magnrncent rrt and unyerl the rn numerrhle passages concernrng morrl standrrds beautres of nrture and lrfe plrns ln dorne, thrs the youth rs openrng the doors of hrs store of dreams to allow a plan of lrfe to enter md as rt enters the doors are closed behrnd rt the youth grrduates from hrgh sehool hrs lrfe plrn rs seeurely bound wrthrn the walls of hrs dreams left there to grow and lead and gurde hrm oyer the rord of lrfe to the pot of golden success at the end All through hrs course of lrfe whether he enters college or not thrt unseen plan or power rs hrs lrght alw ns llteld showrng hrrn the rrght from wrong drctrtrng to hrm and plaerng the rerlrlatron upon hrm thrt the ge rl rs rherel Vs hen the gorl rs rerelreel the rged man relaxes and opens the doors of that great trersure yrult of drerms I'hey drrree rnd plry before hrm to hrs contentment He rs relreyed e hrs burdens md reeerxes the rest h hrs grrned to aw art the extrnctron of the erer drmmrng lrght of lrfe XX hen he wrll meet hrs Sayrour and hears Hrm say Ve ell done thou good and farthlul sery ant he wrll see that those drerms were hrs God grxen gurde to I ternrty K6 H ' 14 ' 1-1 I' A V I' ,'v r 4 - 'h 1' i V . 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V' " ' ' ' " -' 1 e vs e ' , ,' ve ' 2 ' .- I'-e .1 M aa I ., The VI all of a M111o1 Poet Onte upon a m1dn1gl'1t drearx xx h1le I pondered xx eak and xxearx X .11nlx seersmg 1nsp1r.lt1on seelsm ll and no I11ng more YK I11Ie I nodded n Jrlx napp ng sudden x there e.1me :I tapplng s ol somrt mg gen lx r1pp1 E, r pp ng at mx mmd s e osed our 1n me I muttered r.1pp1ng 11 mx n11nd s elosed oor Onlx IIIIS and no1I11ng more 1st1n 1 x remem1er xx 1en s mo s11rted lfl Septem It us 1n the spr1n,gt1 e ex p 11 ou It 1 I fo IS e 4 IS ru :und 1nd t Iee bs pt ons e I II1 11s t erelx 1111 1 Il e su 78 r 1 ns 1l1c us1m e IIILX d not pr111t 1nd Cnold 1 st1rte out xx1tI1 sm11 ' Soon mx Ir1ends I xx 1s I3CglllIlRe, mg tI1emt x p e or or e en mt I Isnoxx 1795 l ot e ret or tr cl e cl b the s tI1l 1nx 1 I1 S hoo I11s been lx oxxn o p 1nt I1 ore Nexer I11s 1 1g,I1 S hoo p1per been so good IS tI11s be ore Best txx1ll be forexermore he mngs of mx I ssons IreneI1 I I t or the st1fI xx1l see ll prlnled properly Rel up 'IIILI t1n I haxe nothmg more to do noxx just enxox re.1d1ng II loolx forxxard xx1tI1 mueh pl 1sure to the lox or re1el1nU Readmg exerx I1ttle b1t So as was mx custom dllly xxent I to my I1t elass g.11Ix Knoxxmg not tI11t trouble xx 11ted xxxth her 1rms outstx-etel1ed for m Ior I le1rned to mx gfell sorroxx tI11t I must upon 1I1e morroxx Brmg to class some contr1I1ut1on SIIIIIIJIC for B 1nd C xxI1o LIHHOI xx r1te do brmg 1 thmg, to pr1nt 1n I5 1nc T1s 1n 1xxful t1sk for me So I pondered xxs.1k 1nd xxe1rx In the m1dn1gI1L I1ours so dre1rx 11nIx seeIx1ng1nsp1r1t1on I1OIIIiI xx r1te 1n prose or xerse 1ould I trx mx 1nd Il 1et1o11 ould I use 1 lux, eI1ss lIIkII Or xx ould pl1111 short xx ords be better Ind the long ones he much xxorse Prose or poetrx truth or Helton xxI11tI1 xv1s better xx I11eh xx 1s xxorse On me rests the Xluses curse io I nodded ne1rlx nappmg ull 1n 1de.1 mme r1pp1ng T1pp1ng gently for 1dm1tt1nce at mx m1nd s f1st closed door An the message that II gnxe HIC re1eI1ed n1 just 1n t1me to s1xe 111e lor I felt mx br11n xxas reelmg xxtrh the burden tI11t If bore n mx re1son seemed to tottcr ne1tI1 the burden tI11t ll bore I xx1s crux nothlng more 9 re1cI1ed out m1dIx bllndlx for tI11s 1de1 so Iemdlx And 1t xx h1spered xx ords of xx1sdom xxords to eomfurt 1nd to tI1r1II And If xou Xe nothmg xxortI1 the s1x1ng, If IS better ro keep st1ll 1ere 1re m1nx peopIet1 1ne1 xerx .xx ITL e pmg, SII ere 19 one s xx ho xx1 s11 o X IX xxorrx xxI1x tI11s fussmg 1nd tI11s flurrx So I ceased mx pondermgs xxe.1rx on tI11s m1dn1Qht dark and drenrx -Xnd I l11d me doxxn 1n eomtort and I slept Illl daxxn of d.1x As to mx repose Id earned II 1nd mx lesson I I1.1d le1rned ll Just keep st1lI UHIII I knoxx Ixe somethmg that s xx orth xx hxle ro s1x III not xxr1re for publ1c.1r1on for Ixe nothxng muel1 to sax I shall 1lxx nys do that xxax CIP V 0 1 "II1B'?046DlB gee-,155 ,fgs,i,.w. 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K1 -.-111 311. ex Qfww 10046013 rr yifq I Ill lvvjr 1 1' fri Iv' f Af 'f"'?i"44f ei J 5 Mei' E ,fr me we 4 fi 1' , J if xx shag, ff Q' 5 1191! N X axe' NX K ff! ag: f ? f N X QIZYIUIUBS In lhe pzoneer days of Hancock County the seltlers obserccd Muster Day a day of festzuzty and reuelry whzch relzeued the tolls and hardshzps of openlng a new country Ihe many actzuztzes of Fzndlay Hzgh School create an znterest zn the work of the school and prouzde a means for that outlet uhrch zs Such a necessary factor zn education HAL AB ,Qi ,uv Pg S Y Q' 11, ' Y 1 Z' - - ' A fn 117 F! iii!" ff f , W -' ,. 'a " Ll 7 ' ,bfi ff' ,gy , I I L A 5' , , Wjflll ,A ' , '. - fl ' ff L ' '- I: M, ijpyr nf, 11 I .1 W . I Mm iff 355 2.115 A" 52 121 an W ZW ? 3? "'? wiv, 'ME M raw, vii' igg ,Ll gal W , 4' fm 'Mfr' ,E '4 WI f- f . ,bl A L14 , V 4 fp' 4 . in 4 r 1- f f . . f 1 if A . ' ' , if f' ff z Q, - " ug 343 ti, A A' . ': 9 , , ia ', 1 ff have , aft" efmgf gg or "'!' i 1 , KJFQ9. 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"' 3 rl' 1 5 Y El' J ?"- " " --'L "J --xx lily Q Ll-""" 1 A it ,, I fj y 1 ' , L F3 U 2 tw ww Ae Qlrw '14 6013 V Dele Teechels Somettmes we thtnk of our teachers As hezngs tn knowledge wtse Who are htred hy the dtstrtct school hoard I o puntsh our mtschtef and ltes At ttmes we thtnk we fool them But when the grades come out KK e End that they saw thto us And cut our grades no doulnt lhen thtnk ofthe ttme dear teetehers XVhen you were just ktels tn school When you sat on hard sttff benches And learned the golden rule Cant you see ltttle Dale Hutson At the head of the spelltnq ltne A chewtn hts gum wtth all hts might As the teacher looks at the ttme Ah who are these two ltttle gtrls XVho are pulltng each others hat: bcrappzng oeer a chatr And just as Gall glues Mae s ptgtatl a yank And declares she ll have that chatr Up steps an overgrown lanky boy And tzes the chatr to her hatr Curtzss Folk yells the teacher tn anger Come here and get down on your knees W htle I slap wtth thts ruler your knuckles And see tf that s cure for a tease Oh teacher crtes Rosa suddenly buh see what I found u whole hunch Ill het that naughty Fred lxtnley Put hugs and flees tn my luneh Oh dear crtes Itttle Ruth lenl tns Trytna hard not to cry letuee Cteorye lee a lollypop And now he wont ettmme hes pte So teachers dear when your pattence trzed By some petty thtnas that we do Please don t torget that once on et Itme ou all were us ztds oo ' ' 1, , ,': N.. -1 '- i -4 . f . 'ggi ' -. ' ' e ' - 'V ' 'Q' 0 Y eel, K, 2 f Y ' 1 -" N' ' ee , , H . F .A . i ' ' 1 1 ' v t ' Y I ll I V' k e l A . ,. 'A I ' I I I J' 1 I ' I .', I I I I it 1 ! 7 I IJ I D I K' I 1 I ' I' , V, , . 7, e . , . N ' rx A' Y I llx Y ' I ' R' Ohf they are Gail Hill and Nlae lfassel , . " I 1 v b :zt- fr D 1 1' ,N r ,iq 1 I 'Y ' I x Dey' .A v I f,v '21 1. , ' 1 " 7 I' K on v ' , v 1 .' ' an A e r- 1 S . Q' ,, " we xt. e iz V I Y t Ak I I' 'I I' ' V I 43 I lhtq I y ,. -.I I- I l H Ili l"IIl'I"-I ,'1 I .St,tyf. W ig 3'WfwfL" V'f'2e9'7A 149' f E M5 9 h My . In 5 'fi RQ X kb 4 I ii uhm f I X The Faculty Club The Facultu Club What an awe inspiring name I suppose you are wondering What Who XVhen VVhere so perhaps a few vsords of explana tions are in order What? This club is unique in its purpose for it endeavors to soothe the troubled minds of its members and erase the furrows of care from their brows by giving them once each month an ex ening of unalloyed pleasure Who? The personnel o this club is limited to the High School teachers and Special teachers If the men are so fortunate as to be happily married their wives and children are included XVhenP This question might perhaps be better answered by quoting from the constitution of this far famed organwation The time for the meeting of this club shall be the third Monday night of each school month unless otherwise arranged W'here? The answer to this contains the secret of the club s many good times In October the members were invited to betake themselves to a pleasant spot far from the maddening crowd and here were found quantities of weiners buns gallons of coffee and all the other things necessary to make one enjoy an outing like this. In November the committee in charge made ready a real honest-to- goodness' turkey dinner in the dining rooms of our cafeteria. Just ask Mr. Hutson if he enjoyed it. Then in December Santa Claus came--yes. he did!-to visit the Faculty Club. because the news had come to him in his mansion at the North Pole that these people had been unusually good the past year. So after a bountiful Christmas dinner this jolly old fellow gave each and every one some gift peculiarly suitable. Now, how do you suppose he knew Mr. Matteson needed an A B C book? And so throughout the year each month has brought its Faculty Club party, January a Farmers' and Farmerettes party fthe kind where you pull taffy and eat pop-corny. February a dinner at The Iron Lantern in Bluffton, April "encore un diner" as the French would say, at the Tea Room in Bowling Green. and May-but who can predict what that month will bring? No doubt your curiosity is now uppermost, trying to guess who the officers of such a successful club can be, and when I tell you they are Mr. C. J. Folk, President. and Miss Helen Moore, Secretary-Treasurer, you will know it is largely due to their efforts that the club has been, and is, so worthwhile. 9 f- 'S -T " 'TTT T - I A249 ,ggig fa E Q1 wmv' , f . 41051 r - .. may ' 4 A gf 1, lit -v dv fp-1 -A ' f ,4 , ' ' C .'-Th , ' ff' xlxi 'ff az, 1 ., f as , . - e V sf , f A g 1 1' ', gg w e ,W A . a aaaaa g . ff. , v. 'L fd ' f " ff .- 1 : 'e , ' ? W 4 f - - - 4. .05 . a w ' -13,13 .ta fffi , - F , f 'Tiff T TTT-i F T if I . L, . K ,, 1- XX :If i--fi' f GII. r hi 07, -Zf' :,?gf:i,.- X. 0 I . 5' . -.'- A ' ? ? ? ? ' . - , . A 7 . Z Y Page at 'rf smile 2651 avi 451. 59354 5 v ,. 'KC ox:-at 'We ffgfisumiii Semor Commel clal Club A vtsttor to F H S relatmg h1s experxences there But what attracted my attentlon most was a group of students who had qutetly assembled R 108 all about As I entered the room I notlced that everybody was wntmg on sltps of papers which I found out later were yotes Ilhe results of thus electron were Presxdent DON EGBERT I ree President DOROTHX YI1RCrER .Stcrelaru freusurtr KAW HRXN HoPPrNBt RG lhcn I declded to ask vuhat thts orgamzatton was An enthustastxc member answered ln reply to my mqurry Th1s rs the Semor Commercmal Club Dtd you ever hear of ll before? Hate I heard of rt? l most certannly haye l was once a member of rt myself he replrtd And novs we leaye our usxtor yy rapped 1n enchantmg memones of hrs happy membershtp rn this club The first mtettng of thrs organllatron was held rn October Lyery two weeks on Thursday at 3 30 Room 108 vyas the meetmg place of the Sennor Commercral students Renews of busrness toprcs playlets general drscussnons and the luke were gtyen by the members Nou I see lhls question tn your eyes Hou vuere they able to do all thus' Thts rs our reply Through the and and vsork of Mass ftssett and Mrss Hudnell Had xt not been for them our year could not haye been so yxorthuhnle As the school year closes the members of thus organulttron are rcluttant to thtnlt that vuth the Gnal festnxty vshtch rs the banquet they cease to be members of thus assocnatlon but they vnll chertsh always the memones of pltasant txmts In thus club KlKR'lll-X ISLRNM Page Srxly ugh! . j., va' ff - o Y Q 1 X , .- , .army t.t, ,J i.""II'r. " , .r A' - Q ix I I M A f , Y , , . A y. ' 4-as l tn. " , I5 he V A 23 1 E, A gp, E tx. - I . D y SL 15 I n xc, 1 , e. - Q ., M - ,V . . 'I in oom . My curiosity' got the better of me and I decided to see just exactly what it was 7 ' 1 ' -.-1P- r - Q I1 ,I A ..... I ' ' I Y V . . , . . . . I . V , , 7 V v v, I v I I I I v I I s ' ' 'f ' r ' I v . ' Y I I I VI 7 . V . I - . , I I V f ' wiiefe i V - '!Hl.lQ The Justamere Club OFFICFRS President PAYE FoRLvmN Vzce Presxdent RXYSAONID COLLINGWOOD Secretaru LEATHA MILLER Ireasurer CARL SWINEHART Thus year there vsas a change nn the manner of takmg nn neu members Smce there was no JUHIOI' Eifectne Speakmg Class the Junior members were taken 1nto the club by a two thlrds xote of the Senlor members after thexr appl1cat1ons had been srgned by three Semor members and the faculty adusor The Justamere Club had charge of the Thanksgnmg Program After such a successful wrth equal success 'Ihey also had charge of the hrst chapel servxce ln the year 1925 Specxal attentron has been pald by the club to short plays this year At the varlous meetlngs throughout the year short one act plays haxe been gnen These help to make the socxal 363115 xery entertammg Exght out of ten posnuons on the debatxng teams were held by .Iustameres Fmdlay s repre sentatne nn the Oratorxcal Contest thus year xs also a Justamere Snnce Frndlay Senxor Hrgh has a gym of nts own the varnous clubs were allowed to sell candy at the games The Justamere Club sold candy at the Kenton game and at the county tournament Thus sale proved very successful 'Vlrss Spangler rs bxg snster of the club th1s year She Hlls the posxtxon very well NVhy shouldn t she' She IS a charter member of the club and was lts first Vxce President For thls reason she has a wry deep mterest 1n the club Smce so far thrs year has been such a success the Justameres are Justrfred rn lookmg forward to the remamxng part of the year for equal success uxru Poerea 76 Pug e S xly nmc f' . K f, program they were grven charge of the Washington's Birthday! program. This was presented I - , rsmgeaaiwflew 31 rw ed mlb V gfff"1b2,fie.-5,212-gt, aaa' Ct in gm N f-L Our French Club Presfdenl lRANCLS Fuou. Vrce President WLNDEI L KING Secretary MARILXNN BRIFHI Treasurer ESTHER ZUBER There IS a club IH Fmdlay Hlgh Whose members wxll graduate bye and bye A club that s true to purposes hlgh A student s talents and gxfts to try Officers xt has just four m all XVho recened the honor early last fall lt possesses the ald of Madtmolsellt Hull Who teaches us all our r s to tr1ll Wlsh you a member of this club to be' You must first attam the grade of G And when the end of the month comes round rl hose from the country flock mto town At someone s place vu hold rendel yous And there vu attempt to parlez vous laugh at our stammcrs yts you may But we yull shoys you some fine day For French professors ut ll sometxme b And go to Europe faxr f ranct to set kkll N N . 4 -' 'rf f -, - sst1" El Clrculo Castellano Preszdent ALICE LOVE Vxce Preszdent MARY SHULL Secretary MAE STEEC-MAN Treasurer BARBARA BARKIVIER All aboard Senoras y Senores El xapor esta partlendo' These crles accompamed by a great wavxng of banners marked the embarkrng of the shnp Spanish Club from the harbor of Fxrst Year Spamsh upon the sea of lr1endsh1p bound for parts unknown The passengers were a very congemal lot of young people under the chaperonage of Mxss Baldwm a young Spamsh Senorxta The crew of the shnp was comprlsed of the four senorntas whose names you see above cabln Four talented young senores were soon discovered and brought lnto the limelight This quartet composed of l1s senontas Alxce Love Allce Edne and Dorothy Pcnt7er and el senor Vvnllard Cole furmshed bewxtchnng musxc whnch carrned the mmds and hearts of nts bearers now flnttmg back across the waves to the homes they had left for a trme Chnstmas found us tossmg about in the mxddle of the ocean Vkfe assembled about our Chrtstmas dmner happy rn the thought that we had made some of the poor kxddtes and thetr parents who were trayelmg m the Steerage happy wlth a Chrlstmas basket to whxch vue had all contnbuted Many happy dns had come and gone untrl George VK7ashmgton s bxrthday arrived We thought II only fittmg and proper to obserye the bxrthday of the Father of Our Country by arrangmg a program A lxttle sklt entitled George XVashmgton and the Cherry 'I ree was sery ably presented by el senor George Stump as Mr VVash1ngton la senorrta Dorothy Grllespne as Vlrs Vylashmgton and el mno Don Egbert as George Thus read the pages of that mystnc book whxch records the hxstory of the Shxp We are now nearmg the end of our yoyage but we stxll haye two more gathermgs rn the cabm to look forvs ard to The first IS the hard ttme party vshxch wlll take place very soon and to Whrch vull be muted some of the passengers of the shrp Fnrst Year Spamsh These Spamsh students wnll be the future passengers of the shnp Spamsh Club and ue wnsh them all the success nn the world m carrynng on that work whnch we vull lay doyyn when our tourney rs done The last and most nmportant eyent wall be the annual Spnng Banquet to whxch we all look forward wrth joy And now we say Adxos wrth a mmgled sadness and Joy for we shall always bear wxthm our hearts the svn eet memory of that sunny yoyage on the clear blue sea of Frxendshmp KATHRYN HOPPEABLRG Page , 16-2563! Seventy one r' A Y C Q: . V , ',,.. l I T' 7 .A l J We E A ' . r I Y . . - - - - - - t V V 4 V ' ' ' XVhen the ship was well on her way. the passengers assembled for a jolly evening in the !. P . K . . . Y . V r . 1 .V 1 - 'V - .. A VV. A . ' , I . v . A, l - . ,, Y . 1 . Y V V . . w 9 , ' Q ' Q n NL ' W I 1 ' 0 Y Q I J temitefe a T ,215-:swf 1 . nl l I . 08 H1 Y Club Prestdent IVAIN BURRELL Secretary Treasurer Ru MOND COLLINGWOOD The H1 Y Club of Findlay High ts novt in its second year It is a national society and has a national purpose platform and dynamic Our purpose is To create maintain and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian Character XVe belieye that this purpose when carried out will do the most possible good for the club members for the school and for the people of the communtty Our platform is based upon the idea that to dexelop ourselxes on a four square basis vue must keep our speech our sports our mmd and our life clean V-'ith this idea in mind we took as our platform Clean Speech Clean Sports Clean Scholarship and Clean Ln mg The povser of the Ht Y Club lies in the fact that it has a strong dynamic XXVllhOlll this dynamic me could do no good Vkfe l'CJll70 that not all of our number haye deyeloped this side. of their lxyes but vue know that they must duelop that side of their lnes if they yt ant to become real Hi Y men Our dynamic is Contagious Christian Character During the past year the Ht X Clun has tirried out the follovting program A banquet for six chapel serxices .1 Mother and Son s banquet a fathers meetmg personal vyork with the boys in the High School and last but not least thc Campaign of friendship successfully timshed The Hi Y Club had for President lxan Burrell Secretary Treasurer Raymond Colling wood ln addition to our oysn officers yte vttre guided by our adult leader Mr Burton House man NVQ' also had in adyisory board consisting of Mr lxinltx Vlr Barrett Vlr Ytigler 'Vlr lindsay Mr XVestfall and Mr Duns XVith our line work behind ue ire riduitiny, With tht hne purpose of tht Hi X Cl l yu can see nothtng but succtss for the High School and thc Hi H flub x ti . . in ,. . ' --,,-- . v .1 . Y . . Y . . . . . 1 L. . I . V' . Y . I I A Y ,V I . u I' . V A I ll s ,I - 4 b n i .ll ' . '- V ' . ' .' . the Fostoria Hi-Y. two stags by' which we hoped to create better Fellowship. administering of , ' ' ' V 1 V1 ' v A ' I - . t . 'i ' . . N ','. t . . t . .'l' , t . ' ' ' . 2 . . ' 1. " - , ' - - ' I u v e lxyftf B tititt. 'li '..Sm.'m1u,z . ff nog, The Varslty Club Last year a new club was organized in Findlay High School This club was composed of sixteen lettermen Their letters were won by some sort of sport football basketball or baseball These sixteen members drew up the by lasts by which the club still abides Now the club has increased its membership considerably owing to the new letter men from athletics of this year The first and third Wednesdays of every month finds a group of peppy fellows, heartily enjoying a delicious lunch at the Coffee Shop across the street from the school house. After lunch a short business meeting is held, usually followed by some agreeable program. These meetings instill in the hearts of our young athletes a spirit of friendship among the several members and our able coach and advisor, "Jim" Aiken. The club stands for clean athletics and clean scholarship. Its purpose is to better all school activities, especially athletics. A club with such a creed and purpose is surely worthy of much consideration. But a creed and purpose are worthless unless the proper spirit is employed to carry them out. In carrying out these high aims, the same old fight is used as is used in our contests. This fight won for each member a letter as well as his membership. Therefore, we are sure that determination rules in our club. We try to apply our athletic teachings to the game of life, playing fair at all times and with a sound determination. At present we are planning our annual initiation for the letter men who are not yet members. We feel confident of its success. The knees of our candidates have been trembling for nearly a week. Our goat, however, does not kick much. The future of our club remains on these new members along with a few old ones who are not in the graduating class. To them we wish the greatest success and we hope that the slogan "carry on" will always be in their hearts, or to use a more familiar term, "keep the old fight." The officers of the club are: President, Mervin Dye: Vice-President. Cloyce Grotty: Secre- tary, Clifford Glathart: Treasurer, Ivan Burrell. Mr. Aiken has ably succeeded Mr. Fletcher as our advisor. He is a man of high ideals and is a great asset to our club. We cannot give too much thanks to Jim for his time and energy spent upon us. We surely hope that he will be here next year to carry on his splendid work. -Msizvix Drs. -2 i i li l5"l?6'65!, ' F 2 1. ff V min remit ZX, 1 3, X , , . 1-Q 7lfr'g,, f'i5'-"K, Debate Team Frrst Speaker LAWRENCE GOODMAN Second Speaker GERALDINE ANDRUS Ftrs! Alternate ROBERT GLESSNER Second Alternate TROLLA CRAMER On the 26th of February Fmdlay Hugh School was all astxr The audntorxum was decorated ln colors whxch lf had not seen for sometnme The colors were the famous Red and Black whlch means Fostorna On the evemng of thxs day Fostona met Fmdlay to debate on the questxon Resolved That the Chnld Labor Amendment should be adopted to the Constxtuuon Fostoria very ably upheld the affirmatnve sude of the quesnon and arguments were pre sented by George Slatter Myron Lybxengood and Dan Warren Fmdlay upheld the negatne sxde of the questxon and from the mmute the debate started untxl nt closed there was much excttement nn the audxtornum Much to the regret of Fostorna but much to the joy of Fmdlay the negatlve got the decnsxon by a vote of two to one The negatnve based thexr argument on the followmg points First the amendment IS glvmg too much power to Congress and IS taking away state rights second the amendment as un necessary because state leglslatxon ns adequate thxrd the amendment as undesnrable On the llth of March Fmdlay s negatnve team agam debated the same questxon wxth the same arguments but wxth dnfferent opponents Thxs txme the negatxve travelled to Bowlmg Green to debate wxth thenr aflirmatnve Agam as before thc Fmdlay negative team won the decxsxon by facts and sound lognc Last but not least Fmdlay won two musxcal numbers from Bee Gee Mr Folk wxth the assistance of Mass Spangler did much for thus team m carrymg ll through to success The negatnve team and Fmdlay Hugh School wxsh to send them a vote of thanks at thas nme lug S nlq four l - - - - .. 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' v cue - v ' Q' ,l '-L, Js aggg - Q 1 f 0 ve, r Q1 i5QQ'QEl Debate Team Frrst Speaker RICHARD HOLLINGTON Second Speaker' HELEN BILLSTONE Thrrd Speaker JOHN RUSSEL First Alternate at Lrma GERTRUDE SWINFHART Frrst Alternate at Fzndlay EARL FOUT On the evenmg of February the 26th Fmdlay s aflirmatxve team put up a hard flght but Lxma won a unammous decnsxon The team was verv dusappomted but not downhearted they had learned much from their defeat and were determmed to make thexr next debate a glortous vrctory The questnon for debate was Resolved That the Chnld Labor Amendment should be adopted to the Constntutron The afhrmatxve team first cleared up the mxsconceptxons of the questron second showed that Chxld Labor rs a natronal problem and State laws are madequate and thnrd proved that the amendment rs des1rable and absolutely necessary The affirmatnve up held thelr pomts very well and made Lima work hard for thexr decxsxon The glorious part of thxs debate was that defeat made each debater stronger and more determmed to make the next contest a grand vxctory Fmdlay s vxolmxst Lorame Edwards saxed the day for us at Lnma by wmmng the vnolm solo wrth laurels The end of thxs found a stronger and more determmed team comxng back to Old Fmdlay Hrgh We know the aflirmatxve wouldn t fall us for on March ll m Central Hnghs mdoor woods our team won a glonous vxctory over Kenton Whats more our musmans Ruth Waggoner Rose McCarthy Claude Turner Pearl Urschalxtz carried off all the honors Although thus debate was a hard stxff fight our debaters won The aflirmatxve debated the same questton used the same arguments as before but handled them wrth more ease and assurance They also sent a vote of thanks to the coaches They wnsh that lnterscholastlc Debates may never due out m our Hxgh That each year the student body wxll more fully realrze that debates are an rmportant factor m school hfe May Fmdlay Hugh s debaters grow m number and rn strength Pa: i Seventy lite - l . . l . , . . . , .,. v . r V . - t ' Iifemjlh 41 S my Kala' W e f..."le""'! C0 The Debate Club The year of 24 and 25 marks the brrth of a new club tn our school The Debate Club under the dnrectron of Mnss Spangler and Mr Folk vsas orgamzed by forty members of the student body u ho were xnterested nn the malntenance and promotron of the mterest 1n debatmg m Fmdlay Hlgh School Early ln the year the follownng ofllcers vyere elected Ireszden! GERALDINI: ANDRUS l :ce Prestdenl HELEN SLAGLI: Stfrffidrll IORAINL EDNVARDS Seraeanl al Arms EARL FOLI Ireasurcr HARRl STAN!! ILI D Ihe club met eyery Monday after school for the purpose of studymg argumcntatlon and debate Ilach of the Hrst tvselye meetmgs was ln charge of one of the four groups lnto ynhnch the club was dluded the subjects for dlscussxon betng those concernmg the prtnclples and technique of debate At a specxal meetxng the club had thc honor of belng addressed by the Attorneys Pendleton and Bope on the subject A Debate as the Judges See It from yyhnch much yaluable lnformatlon vyas reccnyed later ln the year hoyyeyer parlxamentary layy was taken up and numerous mterestlng drnlls practlced rn that lme The Debate Club sponsored the Interscholastmc Debates furmshmg materxal and support to h t e teams and from ll the receptlon decoratlng and soclal commnttees for both debates were chosen Though thc club ns just gettmy, launched mto tts career many results of nts lmbors hayc llready been seen and ue look to mt for many thmgbs ln the future one of ynhlch ns the mstulla txon of lnterclass Dcbatmg l QIRLDI SXKIXI l'RRl . x ,,, I , ' I x xl 4' H 1 5 1 ' z , , . . . , . . . 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GJD ' E T ,, '2o. jc ltr -sia 'sfcrkwww A ,Bbw ed on-13 wveiff-e fe ft xg N fx, tblff 4 ff Q-V ef et 511: 734190143 ...V- NV X K Y fs Qefigf 53 The E1St9ddfOd For the thtrd successtyt year Ftndlty Htgh School hte yyon the banner tt the Etstedclfod XXc are espectally proud of our success thts year because our compctttors came prcpmred and dcter mtned to yytn for they dont ltke our monopoly on banners XXc yyon 1 totul of 99 pomts I tmt Central yy on second place yytth 61 XXc ucrt rtprescntcd tn eycry COl'TlPLIlllOl'l Hcre ts tht yyay our pounts mounted up Alto Solo XVho Knows Nellte Yoxthetmcr Gtrls Trto Pltxdtng Helen Koontz Dorothy Cnlbcrt Dorothy Boys Glee Club- XX ho s That A Calltng Soprano Solo Vlty Xflornmg Grace yX oodford Mtxed Quxrtette Ol Carltna Carherme Alsptth Dorothy Adams X 'tllnm John Holltngton lcnor Qolo XX ntmg Alone XV1ll1am Flcmmg, Barttonc Solo Noon 1nd Nnght Claude Vurntr 'Xfltxtd Chorus Bridal Chorus Xvlsely llc for llemmg 'att H S S fl fl 7m nt s lomls The Boys 'Ino compostd of Xlerytn Dye Harold IXOOHIY and Cltude Turner stng XX hen Davtnmg Sprtngttmc and the Gtrls Glee Club sang Amaryllts md although they sang yery yyell the awards were gtyen to other competttors The adjudtcator was Professo Alfred H.1rt7ell of Ctnctnnttt Helen Koont7 Rose McCarthy and Dorothy Gtlbert yy ere our accompantsts XVe yyon the most of our potnts through chorus work and we yvtsh to express our apprcctatton of Professor Vlorgan s line yyork for he ertamly dtd much tn tratnmg durctt mg and nnspmng us to yxork and keep the btnner It home ly? nlg S8 'sa' W Q if 3 , ,K , ' . L., 7,1 'sf' fx , M77 Z ..Q ' V SC ff ,f 1 ol ' ' '-'D 4? W 'T 11 f ... ' 5 f 1 , Q .1 510' A , WD pt fwf 1 '17 ff FT , ff , al i f y xii 1 o, ,, ji' 4,1 , "" C ti as 7 af ? so lr D 1 P I ff --' - -- -. YY K YY Y 741 l C J' 7f f rf X Y -" xy ,-iq ' ' 72- 72,2-.127 aff 1 D ' Y f -f-' f A-, . f Y -x 'Zig-'QD l X, 4 fit' er X-if 1 , ' A X X if X -147 ' c,:"'f. , II " " , -U A' H I , 2 d 2 I ' H' p I lt I2 " ' ' 4 H , lt 30 -"t . ' t ' H I 2 C1 l ' 1 ' -" ' ' H ,, 2 cl 5 '. . J , ' ,, X' 4. 7 4 . V 1' . -4' 'f' I I H I - l 2 ' ' . --"tl . rw' N Z l Z t I U , l I 45 A A I -I.. If 15. The Boys Glee Club The melodious notes of the Boys Cilee Club burst from the auditorium Monday morning They are haying their weekly practice Findlay High should be proud of this bunch of fellows Although they haven t appeared much in public this year they have broken up into quartets and furnished music many times for our chapel services. This club has beautiful harmony. lt is very remarkable that their voices blend as they do. for most of them arc Sophomores and this is their first year in this kind of viork. But you can alyy ays depend on these fellows to do their bit. They have taken part in the musical activities of the school year: The Christmas pageant: the annual operetta, El Bandido and the Eisteddfod at Findlay in vxhich the Cilee Club sang "XVhos That A Calling by Lawreer. They yyerc also represtntcd in 1 trio, "VVhen Dawning Springtime by Di Capua, and tenor and baritone solos. After all the results of their line efforts, the part which they played in all the musical activities of the school year have been very successful. Much credit goes to Mr. Morgan. their director, whose teaching has greatly benetited every individual in the club. UORVUTIIY XYl5l'Ll X, 'l6. g S uvrigfit ' -ra if ef- ' 'a -- t 4 T ww' gag 1, In 9346191 k f,.i.a:J5ia+5fw':'irv'asafslA c -. V' Q' ' 1. l rf - 1 Q 7 The Glrls Glee Clubs The Girls Cilee Clubs have played quite an important pagt- in the musical life of our school. This year for the first time there were two such clubs. A Sophomore Cilee Club composed of over forty girls who met each Wednes- day' the other a club of about iifty Junior and Senior girls meeting on Friday. These girls received some real valuable training and have made much progress during the year. That their ability has been appreciated is evident by the fact that they have furnished music for public entertainment several times such as the Parent-Teachers meetings and the Dedication besides being well represented in Chapel programs Rhetoricals the Operetta the Eisteddfod, and other musi- cal activities. The accompanists, Rose McCarthy for the Junior and Senior girls' club and Pauline DeVore for the Sophomore's, helped to make them a suc- cess. Mr. Morgan. who just came to our school this year, took up the work with such vim and enthusiasm that he deserves most of the credit. -L. EH Za. Puqc ' Q1 525 Q51. 5 ly ,Bl Page Erghly The Orchestra nl he orchestra has furnmhed musxc for The Junxor Play The Blue and Gold Banquet The Farmers Instrtute Thanksglvlng Rhetorxcals Chnstmas Rhetoncals The personnel of the Orchestra The Dedncatxon of the Annex Basketball Games Operetla Semor Play Sensor Commencement lrolms Ahce Lowe Esther 7uber Mrldred Naus Loraine Edwards Gcneucxe Swart7 Leatha Muller Irene Schncr Helen VJalters Pearl Urschalntz Dons Ebersole John Muller Olle James Clarmel Margaret Roller Sxmeon Andrus Max Rutter Wxlllam George french Horn Carl Satller 'I uba Donna Torrance Plano Ruth Marjorxe Waggoner Corner Carl Leary Clarence Earley Gerald I wing lrombune Harry SXKIITCI' Allen Ballmger Saxophones Thelma Yerger Robert button Carlotta Patterson John Snyder laxon Copeland Vnclor Bonnell John Hollmgton hulophom Alnce Educ Drums Genevleme Dunn Dzrcrlor Vlr Morgan IURXINI I JXK KRIJN 1. ' 6. ' ' 2. 7. 3. - ' ' 8. 4. ' ' ' 9. ' 5. ' ' 10. ' ' Q15-f"a"45il The Fmdlay Pubhc School Band Fury 'Vlonday mght after schowl the fellows gather together at the htgh school and haye band prttttce lhey hate worked yery hard and haye been successful Vyhat would I H S do yxtthout thts band They hayt been yery loyal and htye played at eyery one of our games Dont you remember the game at Scott when the fellows needed encouragement the band marched on the held vytth lots of pep and gaye the fellows that ftghttng sptrtt? Yes and tt gate us the spmt too Fyeryone remembers that The Publtc School Band lS composed of school boys most of them tn the etghth grade Many of these boys haye neyer had an tnstrument tn thetr hands unt1l thts year So tt ts remark able what they hate accompltshed 'Now here are Hfty three members and tt ts sttll tncreastng Ihey hue the Gghttng spmt to work ahead So look out for our band Mr Chapman thetr dtrector deseryes a great deal of credtt for the way he hts brought them together and so sktllfully dtrected them eyery week lf you wush to see their pep just step mto the Hugh School on Monday ntght and hear them practtce THE BAND Clurtmt Joe Cole Ralph Ttnsmore XVtlltam Crofoot Donald Swrtler Robert George 'Wax Rutter Rtchard Beard Donald Brooks Vlaurer Maurer Vlerle Sausser James Shepard Vytlham Deeds Rtchard Huston Cornet James Clark Wtllnam Shepard George Hosler Gerold Haummore Harold Hanna Robert Dretsbach Elam Day Albertus Solomon Harold Marttn Rtchard Inscho Joe Btery Clarence Early Herbert Crozter Tom Tlmberman Harold Hartman Emery Snyder Rtchard XV1ttmyer Carl Learey John Cramer Rtchard Pnerce Roscoe Butler Trombone Glen Vyhtstler Allen Balhnger XV1lham Beal Daytd XX etst John Jefferds Saxophones VN alter Smtth X tctor Bonnell John Snyder French Horn Donald Stattler Robert Moorhead Drums Ralph Farltng Fredertck Gohlke Maynard Rxtter Harlo Haley Donald Lusk Barttone Dory Ebersole Cltfford Essex Tuba Frank Tremams tn lk mn x Page Etghty one Y J 'V ,.,5,", " , f f f ' ' " " ' 'uadlil 4 . . - L vv v A v ' L 1 v ' F y . 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'1!:. if-256,61 ,N , Y, '?f'm. f"1s'a-'ss' "El B31'1dldO,, The Annual Operetta gn en by the Mus1ca1 Department of Fmdlay Htgh School was gtven on Thursday and Frxday mghts March 26 and 27 The beautnful costumes and the graceful dancxng made the operetta the most delughtful of sexeral seasons The plot centered around the mistaken ndenuty of a young patnter As the plot thtckened two love affaxrs dcxeloped Howexer the mtrtcacxes were untangled and the story ended happxly Helen Koont7 as Cyrnlla and James Sutton as Don Manuel the artxst carned off thetr parts m a wry effectne manner Thetr woxces blended beauttfully and the actxng of both was exceptxonally line Bob Glessner as Bartola and Harold Koont7 as Don Grandeose provtded the humor and vson much applause from the audnence especxally tn thetr number To Be a Polmctan Another love affa1r was woxen about roles of Kathryn Alspach as Zalda and Donald Perktns as Juan They played thenr parts exceptnonally well and thenr duet was one of the hxts of the esemng Other characters who ably handled thenr parts were Bxlly De Lund as the mght watchman John Hollmgton as Tona Medford Bell as Captam Lozono and Lewell Mays as Carlos A great deal of pra1se must be gnen to the chorus whose work was splendnd Mnss Hull and Miss Baldwnn had charge of the stagmg whtle Mr Morgan had charge of the mustc Not enough can be sand how the work of these teachers has been apprecxated The choruses were accompanned by the Hugh School Orchestra mth uth Marjone V-'aggoner at the pnano Earl Fout deserves much credtt as bustness manager and stage manager Donoam vstsuu 26 Page Etghty Iwo -- r : I . .V . . . . , . . - Y ' v ' ' I I Y . 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' . . . , V . . . .V ' . . . - lk . .,, I ' Qlii-wjo,Et V C 4 Tfgfilg fl I, -I 5 Bxiamafunz I an , , , YY, ,,- - M- I If ,o fdiffff 5 0 l , ' ' ' ' -ee ' 1, , 5-. 1271 1' '. , ' K 4T!1ff'g' - . f C M "lil-V -e E If a 5 5, I K , . ,-1 fx "- Wx ' 67-,I ' ' X I ' ,fcb-X '?"X17Xfs F C t '1 W oh. f X Qgllw 'Z Chrlstmas Rhetorlcals The Chrrstmas program was 1 pageant entrtled When the Star Shone This was a story of the day when Chrrst was born and the scene was lard just outsrde the gates of Bethlehem The characters were townsfolk and thetr costumes and speech gave the Brblrcal sprrlt whlch pervades the whole play Raymond Colllngwood the Rabbx and Faye Foreman hrs wxfe acted therr parts well 'Ihe Wrse Men also were yery rmpressxve As thus was the day when Chrtst was born both Hrstory and Prophecy were there 'Ihese parts were ably taken by Ruth Mar yorte Waggoner and Grace Woodford The part of the servant portrayed by Ralph Carlin and the Shepherds gate a note of srncere faith to the play The chrldren from the Lmcoln School added realnty The chorus of tow nsfolk was made up of musxc students The whole pageant was yen well presented and showed cmreful trarmng whtle the cos tumes proyed to be beyond expectatlons Other characters were lVtse Men HAROLD KOONTZ DAVID WEIST MEDYORD BELL Shepherds LEWELL MAYS Ml RXINI DIE DONALD SATTLLR HOWARD GARBLR Roman Soldzers CARL SWINEHART RICHARD l'lOLl INIGTONI Thanksglvmg Rhetorlcals On tht lndav before Thanksgnrng all the students assembled tn the audrtorrum to hear the program gtyen by the Semor I ffecttye 'ipelkrng class 'Ihe usual program that IS grven on Fhanksgumg was expected but when the plmy The Courtshnp of Mxles Standnsh was so ably presented the old story became deltghtfully new The players were well chosen and they seemed to really lrye oyer the llyes they portrayed Lyery member of the Effecttye Speaktng class took part and leatha Nllllfl' mtroduced the characters Between the acts the readtngs Farmer Browns 'lhanksgrwrng by Vera Schwab and Her Very Frrst Turkey by Geneyreve Dunn were enjoyed The Hrgh School Orchestra furmshed the musrc The characters were Prrcrlla Mullin FAYE FORENIAN John Alden RAE MOND COLLINGWOOD Mary Ch!l!OfI GERALDINE ANDRUS Squanto the lndzan MARTIN MICKEY Elder Brewster CARL SWINEHART Mrs Brewster HELEN BILLSTONE Sarah HAZEL PETERMAN Shzp Captam IVAN BURRELL Other Settlers RICHARD HOLLINGTON WENDELL KIVG J AMES SUTTON! EDWARD KELLY BERNADINE BEAR ONIEITA LUGIBIHL LORAINE EDWARDS Page Eighty three , f l E 2 If ,fs-27 X, 'T rv- f Y..-"T, 1 Y, ' " X D "W f'-""' 5:-,V E -- f C '- 1 - .I my 7 .?5J,. -I I S ' - fff 3 'T' T ' - ' 4 I I Lliles Standishfir ff Q ffffffQQ,a "mf f Qi1Qf.ffLCAw'lil5NCE GOODMAN A y 4 A 4 1 , A I w?Q44ew rw +44 Vi gfifggafaeaa - Adam and Eva Lyen the Senrors of 25 lrke scenes of real humor romance adventure and actual facts For therr final appearance before the publrc the Senrors chose the comedy Adam and Eva as therr class play Adam and Lya rs the story of a vscalthy busrness man who has the povser to rule hrs extrayagant famxly only by hrs check book The father s young busrness manager who dreams of a famxly as wartrng before the flresrde for the return of therr father gets a chance to trade places vsrth the rrrrtmted father But the young man soon frnds hrmself rn the same state of desperatron as the father h1d been Vkrth the cleyerness and skrll of a real hero he fools the fmmrly unto belrurng that therr fathers busrness has farled Many amusrng scenes result from lhrs sham Unfortunately hrs annual must go to press before thrs eyent takes place but under the superyrsron of a hundred per cent coach Mr D D Hutson we feel rt wrll be a huge success The characters are lames Krnq a rrch father Corrnihra hrs parlor mard Clrnron DelVrtt hrs son rn lau, Julre DelVr!1 hrs eldest daughter Eva Krna hrs uounqer duuqhrrr Aunt Abby Rocher hrs srster rn luu. Dr Jack Delamaler hrs nerqhbor Horace Prlqrrm hrs uncle Adam Smrlh hrs busrness manager Lord Andreu Gordon hrs would bt son rn late lag: Erghry four Gi-ORG! STUMP DOROTHH lVllTCHI:l L ARCHIE JOHNSTON GI l'Nl-X ll VI SXKARTZ DOROTHX YERCI R PALI INI: MARSHALL WAXNE CRAMI R CARL SXKIINLHART Wll LlAM POOI E RAX COLI INCWOOD - V i I - - A -.9 'QI Y A L" We ' -1 -' ', 3. , if gg-5 1 ' ' . 6 M Q ni, it - ,. A- - - - 11 aa' 1 ,. iz... ...farm .,.::,:: M 1 " ' "T'."1f "I- sl ' S M , l 4 5 " 7 -5 '- ,.,f.-,. 1 V ' l , ' f x 5 If 1 f C' KK 77 '. : v ' v vu v ' v ' .. V .. . . . . V . V r V . -, V- - I 1 . . 4 . . v : I I 1 l V. . V . . - . Q 2 ' A ' Q ' 1 r : : v - . . I V V x ' , ' 12 ' ' -' . , , . . ' ' ' ' A . t . . . V V: u I ' v , r V .' , IV ' A Av 1 x .' , , Qlif-QJ651, Jumor Class Play What is more entertaining than a clexer comedy acted so well that it was almost real I short this is the story of the Junior Class play Thank You It was the first achievement of the Juniors as an organization and it certainly was a success, For two nights old F H S audi torium was packed to capacity and for two nights the Class of 26 accomplished a feat never to be forgotten in the annals of Findlay High. Watch us next year! The plot is centered around Diane Lee, a charming young French girl. who arouses the sleepy, typical old New England town of Dedham from its usual daily procedure. She is the niece of David Lee. rector. who is a man with good intentions. and is hindered by a stingy. narrow-minded vestry. Kenneth Jamieson, son of a millionaire, comes to Dedham to take care of his aunt's funeral. Here another explosion takes place when he falls in love with Diane. Quite a scandal is created but after much quibbling and arguing, especially in the vestry, Mr. Cornelius Jamieson, Kenneth's father, comes to the rescue. The rector's salary is raised and instead of a perfunctory "thank you" he gets money for his charitable purposes. As usual. everything ends to perfection. Much credit must be given the coaches. Miss Ruth Spangler and G. G. Starr. who so earnestly and faithfully toiled to make "Thank You" a success. Following are those students who made the Junior Class Play a success: Alfreda Reames. Harold Yerger. Anthony Cunningham. John Russel, Jane Robinson. Edwin Leach, Harry Stanfield, Carl Young, Mary Porter, Harold Hamilton, Joe Snyder, Ralph Teatsorth, Theron Edie, Henry Wolgamot. Charles Kenney, Esther Sausser, Helen Frost and Medford Bell. -MEDFORD BELL. 'z6. Page Eighty five fini we-wif? I tn-imdb fs ntra QXX7 18 V SOPHS IFAD OHIO STAHI CHAPH Vlsulors Brand Nm x JHU ment of Cummu ,ru IINLUI D The VOICE of Central H1 ISR 'XNCLS PILQLI ELIIIOI' RAI PH SALTZ Semor Assrslunt Edztor HXROLD KOONTI Jumor -lsststunt Edrlor XVII LARD COLL Buszness Manaqcr DONALD FGBLRT Czrcululzon Manaqer BONADIINI. NVIINI I AND Sophomore ASSISYUHI Edtlor 'l he Newspaper IS one of the most recent orgxntzatnons of Old I H S Afttr the nevt annex was butlt and our Hugh School began the uentful year of 197-1 25 tu needed one more thing to make our new IOUIIIIC complete a next spapcr So the nrst one tame. out nn January Z5 Rxchard Hollmgton XX nllard Colt and Ralph Saltz acted as a ttmporarx staff Soon after a commnttee from each class chose the staff for tht rtst of the xeur IIIHCLS lxtgtl ms made edntor Ralph Salt? assnstmt Semor edntor Hnold lxoont7 assxstant Junmr cdnxor Vxllard Cole busmess manager Donald Igbbert tmrtulatuon manager M ss lem lxxtftr c C X Robbins faculty business manager and Bonldxne XX tmland assxstant Sophomore tdxtor The staff has uorktd hard and faxthfullx and has put out some ters cltxtr nutspmptrs lssued tvnce a month 'lhe organxlatnon has bttn sue tssful and alms to mtltt thc 'Xuxspaper one of the best lf not the most uttl of all actnxtxts of fmdlay Hugh School ISIHXAIJNI x x laae Laghly su v2 -1 V- -1 5 1 ' - Y 4 Q I 2 , ., Y? bl W N L ' ' A-fr 4 V 7 2 5 , 1 ' a v Q -1, S X, - ff l 1 I - l xml I V Md. , ll X' xt - lk wh ' M' l A ja AT N -,l --I, H.. " . 's . .. yyugl S W 4 -xl 1 V ' "ss - fi? . ' Q V X 4 . if ' - wp , 1 E 77' Q A gli -V I 6. . V I tl- Y , 'V - M I ' " . Rl 1 xt s .Ii Y, . rl, 1 K 1 . 'rw ?'H..4- . ' U ' ..gw:f LQ 'S v . . . A , ' 7 ' : ' : . ' . . . , . .. , . I . I ' I . . . , - I - . 5 V V I vi , . , . . . . . c ' , V ' , K ' 3- V K- . V Y I I u v r - - ' vx 11 ' v 4 v L 1 ' k - 1 , . ' ' ' ' ' 7' 1 t V I k ' 1 . I. K - t A , I'.,, X.. t , l . . . 4 , . . v , 4 ,. . ' : ff . ' 2 i. , . 'Wmcritiz .1. . . k . ,. 1 . 1 v . I 1 ' 'I ' K I U -Cs ' 1 A . 1 AU '- - ,. l.' XYI.'l'l,.Nl1 '2'. I . - , -gi The Honor Society Preszdenl GRACE WOODPORID Vice President HELLNI SLAGLF Secrelaru DOROTHY MITCHELL Treasurer ------- MISS HUDNELL Allow me to introduce to you Miss Honor Society, She just came here in February. None of her family ever lit ed here before. although she has sisters in many cities of our United States. It is largely through the efforts of last year's Honor Class that Miss Honor Society has come among us. They realized what her fine influence could do for the school and recognized the fact that some such personage was needed. She has very high ideals and is very particular about her companions, choosing them for their Service, Character. Scholarship and Leadership. Though we know there are many in our school who possess all these qualifications, yet she must limit her circle of friends to those who stand in the first fourth of their class. Furthermore. no more than fifteen per cent of the Seniors can she choose. and only ten per cent of the Juniors. the latter being welcomed at the end of the year. If any fall below the requirements, they are dropped from her acquaintanceship and deprived of the right to wear her emblem. a pin with the letters S, L. S. C, indicating her standards. Twenty-two Seniors and eight Juniors have been chosen and under her inspiring leadership have banded together to help Central High in any way possible. Feeling the need of doing something to prevent our new building from becoming littered with paper and plastered with gum. this organization sponsored the printing of some signs, "Keep Senior High Clean." These have been placed around the building and we hope will help to remedy the situation. Nor is this the last that will be heard of the colleagues of Miss Honor Society. Though they got started rather late this year, Miss Honor Society will remain in our school next year, and with a fine new band of helpers selected the end of this year will do all in her power to make Findlay Senior High one of the best schools possible. But the old friends will not be forgotten. They will remain her friends, still wearing her emblem and upholding her ideals. -GRACE WOODFORD. '25, Page Eighty seven ' a4e11f-will L 1 " M 264235 19194346013 gfffffal' Sponsou S To each of the Senuor gurls whom Muss Kuefer chooses to act as sponsors us guven a group of Sophomore gurls The Senuor gurls are to become acquaunted wuth the nevs gurls Thus us done for example by partues hukes taffy pulls and varuous other affaurs carrued out by each group or many tumes sex eral groups together Thus system helps to guye the nevu gurls a welcome and an at home feelung when they Lrst come unto our school and ut helps us to become acquaunted wuth them Later un the school year there are Muss Kuefer s wonderful partues At these partues pounts are duscussed about our appearance and personaluty Some of the questuons whuch come unto eyery gurl s mund about the proper dress for school are solved by these duscussuons Examples of other pounts duscussed are The way your outward appearance reveals your character whether your Hrst opunuon of a person us based on character or appearance and whuch of these two are more umportant un a lastung fruend Now we hope Sophomore gurls that the sponsors of thus year haye measured up to the qualutues of a true fruend for our aum us to create a bond of fruendshup between you and the rest of the student bodv and between you and the pruncuples and udeals of our school Suncere Pleasant Obeduent Neyer faulung Sagacuous Optumustuc Reyerenr Such fruends let us be l UNA I lsr Page Fughly eughl , . ry -2 -., ,W i .-, hz. 'bf' ' , Q ' "' 1 J.. vz' . 1' Q 1 ' ' , - 1, 1 , -Q, X - ,. 1 .U , . Q - .WW , , Y l . 1 1 v v r v . 1 ' 1 t I V 1 . I V 1 4 4. H - , - - , . Y . . . Y . , . V , . . . I v V . . V V . . V . LK. '-', as efwew Q11-w Glrl Reserves of Fmdlay Hlgh School OUR OFFICERS HELPN BXLLSTONIE WILMX HAI-FNBRAK Rum WAGGONIER CARRIF RHINEHXRT ESTHER Sfxussttz Prcszdent Ftrs! Vzce Preszdent Second Vzce Presrdent Secretary I reasurer Aduxsory Commlttee MISS BARVFS MISS KIEFLR MISS Slogan To face lxfe squarely Purpose To End and gave the best Code Gracious ln mmnner lmpartxal In judgment Ready for servlce Loyal to fnends SWINLHXRT 'VllSS MILLS Reachmg toward the best Earnest m purpose Seemg the bcautlful Eager for knowledge Rcverent to God Vxctorxous over self Ever dependable Smcere at all txmes OLR PURPOSE To establish a bond of frnendshnp and to promote Chrnsuan lxvmg among the gurls and to serve the commumty nn whnch we lxve as Chrxstxan cmzens These hugh arms and slogans surely speak for the G1rl Reserves Although xt us a new orgamzatxon m Fmdlay I-hgh we have started wtth a bang and we are gomg to keep rwht on vnth lots of pep and spmt Our first undertakmg vsas to haue the afternoon sesslon of the Young Peoples County Conference Here s to the Gnrl Reserves May they grow to be the best club m F H S and may they lease a long tranl of glonous history behmd them mtrx BILLSTOXI za Page Ezghly ntne K Q -2 '-e , 7 -4 2 ,,, , ' -. 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I S 4 ' - . - ---- V t L A . : Av T 4 L . r Q f ' V Y I ' I I v ' V . 7 . . . . gaggiagfg, glue '04 Golh Yggggxsggaqesk sq Campfire Glrls There are 1n Flndlay Hlgh School three Campflres Mlss Jenkms IS guard 1an of the A Na K1 S1n the Mlsses Perry and Olson of the Mak Ka Ah Wee and the Mlsses Deltsch Brlght and Neff of the Ta Wa Quap Tewa These Campfires hate been dolng splendld work throughout the last year We have sewed for poor people conducted a doughnut sale had a mothers and daughters banquet earned money to go campmg held chapel and served at the Y M C A We have held our regular weekly meetings our ceremonxals and h1kes We attended the State Com ent1on at Cleveland where we learned the values of good fellowshlp and cooperatlon vx hnch are the essentlals for a good and actxve organ lzatlon May Campfire contmue always to spread 1ts mfluence over the gxrls l1ves so that as Campfire. G1rls they vu 1ll llve up to the best that IS 1n them 2 ' , EW- ' 'S "' '- ' 4 . f " 2- 2 ,. 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'1' 1.24 Home Economlcs Club The Home Economxcs Club was orgamzed ln the latter part of January by the grrls of the Home Economlcs classes Durmg the first meetmg the fol lowmg officers were chosen Presxdent AUDREY DAY Y :ce Preszdent DOROTHY DOTY Secretary HEI EN CARROTHERS Treasurer THELMA SCHNEIDER The club meets monthly wxth dues of ive cents a month Any glrl m the Home Economrcs classes ns elxglble for membershmp The purpose of the club IS for research and to gam some knowledge of subjects not covered ln the regular course of study Thxs may be accompllshed by reports and talks by people mterested rn Home Economrc Work The pur pose IS also to meet and know each other soclally The club IS sponsored by Mlss Coffland teacher of Home Econoxmcs Page Nxnetg on r ' ,, 9- w' -T " I-T 1 .A ,f - --,tw ' ' I ' ffl ' Q V , Pei , gj V J , .Q-', .': 1 b T f ' A :ti 'VI - cf W E 7' - ' -'----- fflyf fy V ff 3 gy fi rf Uiitlif f 7, lfyfff Tfb TQ TECH? i Z-ff ITT 'M if f-- Xefgtgialfacf The JUHIOI SSHIOI Receptlon Perhaps the crovsnmg event of the school year was the annual Junior Senior Reception Ihe Seniors could not hate receixed a more cordial welcome than the Juniors gate them exery one will readily agree to that The hall was artistically decorated in the colors of the two classes which was greatly enhanced by the attractive colors vnorn by the girls present The Juniors had arranged a wonderful program consisting of toasts presented by several members of the Junior class After the program dancing and games furnished the medium of entertainment Social ACtlVlt1GS of the Clubs DEBATING The subject for this paragraph as has been previously stated is Debating Sounds almost natural to the old speech the second or third speaker gives as his opening words But debating is a little off the subject now as we are to talk of the club s social events If anyone is desirous of hating one good laugh come into Debate Club meeting some Monday evening It is indeed amusing the way they strive to uphold Robert s Rules of Order The Debating Club must be commended for their kind receptions and lunches that they gave the visiting debaters Food vtill do wonders and with this thought in mmd vie find the club a complete success in all ways As far as willing members to work hard on programs for others. vue can find no club with such a cooperatite group of real helpers. COMMERCIAL: What may it be. we ask. that keeps the world a unit? Oh! now vue have it after ponder- ous thinking. It is Commerce. So it is that the Commercial Club of F. H. S. derived its name. They can never forget their good times this year. XVhat was more enjoyable than the Halloween Party at Clara Dietsch's. They love Uspooky' things. Christmas and eating came hand in hand into F. H. S. over night. Santa Claus had arrived at last. and oh! what gifts. Earl Krouse was the fitting host to another grand affair: all pleasure and no work, One of the most enjoyable meetings was held at Miss Fassett's: the program vias exceptional. All through the year the Commercial Club had such affairs. XVork and play together is their motto. XARSITY: The club. like the Grecian Empire, is composed of stalwart men. It holds within its bounds all the boys winning a much coveted "F" in their school activities. It seems that the biggest part of this club's social life was spent with a fork in one hand and a "hunk" of bread in the other. their chairs drawn close to the table so all morsels might be stopped before reaching the floor. The Varsity Club enjoyed short programs, so they must be talented more than in athletics alone. FRENCH: Ouvrez vos livres a page vingt, du livre de la secretair. Iirenchf lircnchf lirenchf Dont -IWO , ..' T V64 B 'll' MIME 1. .lsmexfs f - affirm -Qag?1' W, Av g ig A if il ffi - 4 -'T ,, T ' it cf, f e " . j I I V ' 'f ' M f . C. . - . , Z V: . 0, ,i. 0 Z, ,. V 1 i HA -Zvi!! 35 ' a ' X T :F X c H T gg i if if A f ' 'z - 4' ,V ii' an -. F ' - . X fl it , dk 5 , f make me speak at I always get so maxed up It yyasn t long though ttll I had realtzed that rf I expected to get any pleasure out of our meetangs I d just haxe to yt ake up Ihe hrst oecasaon for thas necessary surplus of French came at the first meettng of the year when I tttl R d Rtdtng Hood kneu no Lngltsh and as as forced to speak Ireneh Oh as hat a blow -Xs tame went on I became mor educated The studto of Genexteye Dunn must haye had some effeet and on sexeral tnstanees I understood a yaord here and there Ihe Ireneh Club can neyer forget the able manner tn xyhtch Vltss Crates presented I-ran e to them In faet all oar meetangs gaxe ts tdeas for fu ure thought SPANISH o thas as Spam e well that ts andeed amustng and rtght here ts I H S too ut then those Spanash Club members are capable of almost anythtng I ts group as tndeed commendable organtlatton and eyerythtng they work upon seems to tttrn out sattsfa tortly for Ispeetally the one encounter called the Ixtd Party yy as yery entertatntng to all those fortunate enough to partactpate an the enjoyable eyent 'I he Spantsh Club appears to he a sm wth runnang soetety and one makes no mtstake an conapltmenttng thas worthy group IL STA WERE A club of decetxtng name but of sterltng qualttaes and :deal members We End that thetr soetal eyents are of the best and deserye a great deal of crtttcasm for thetr genuane good ttmes As was the proper entrance to thas htlartty they engaged Santa for one ntght and had gold frank and sense and Nl rth 'I he popeorn and candy were of the best 1Don t tell them there tsnt a Santa Claus they re so happy D Perhaps the most fun of all for the Sentor Justameres yyas the tntttatton of thetr Juntor frtends Geneyteye Dunn aeted as hostess lnhts proyed such a success and such a grand place that Jenny agatn welcomed them to her studao thas tame to brang out the dramattc art of the club 'Vlay thetr success be always thas great' HIY Thrs ts one of good old Ftndlay Htghs stand bys The Ht Y Club although ystth yery sertous stands neyer dad neglect the sortal stde and they neyer would let anyone beat them at at so as a result a most successful soctal year was spent by the club The hrst thtng they had was a party for all the boys tn the school vshtch exeryone enjoyed On other occastons thear parents yy ere thear guests Of course such a gallant group could not posstblyt omat th gtrls That meant another dtnner party and try and keep a good ttme from that confltct Thanks to a Junror Organwatton It looks lake thas club would contantte tts outstandtng eyents for many years and of cottrse they utll grow better as they go Vlay thas elub always do tts best I- , e. - -1 VT-"f A . y I Q Ing nd 6 U12 Amen 7 ar ' 1 1, Xu 1. : - - ' 4, .s1e ,4"fQS' , - lv ' g . 3 M I ' A, 4. C C . , S A f . ' f XV ll, , . ' ' ,' , ' ' 5. . . B t . a Q . ', y A M T . a . f . I' ' 1. ' lla' I V ' ' A " .t all. It seems that nolhne could wishlfor any' betterltime than the Spanish Club glues naetaabers. I '. I ' ': ,F , Y . G C . I A Y x. A V ' , L. I Page N a ty! 1' fee t o 21512 fm The Yam of the Melon Feast lXX1th xpologxes to Gllbcrll luas on the eeallz that rounds our school XVhere crouds ot students seetrl lhat I found alone on a pzece ol stone A stclzlq loolzzna azrl Her hazr teas aeuu and her eye uas du And au.rq and dull eeas she And I heard thxs Luaht on the stone rectte In ct sznqular menor leg Iuas tn the qood car Essex Coach Ihat ue rode so full of glee And Lehen ue stopped rtqht out we hopped So full ot fun were u,e And all ot us were eeru near itareed IV. e hadn I had food sznce noon! So ue took the treals u,h1ch were lots of eats And all were stutfrng soon Oh we ate a melon and oltues rzpe And a pzchle to help em along ind coolvtes sweet znstead of meat And cheese as me sang a song lor an hour ue d nezther worry nor care Ttll to set beaan the sun fhen leaelnq hehznel a melon rznel XX e beaan the home eeard run KK e couleln t sznez and ue eoulelnt smzle And Lee couldnt lauqh nor play Bu! LLe sal and mopeel and eouleln t toll So thzs l haue to sau Ne er eat a melon and olzues rzpe And Cl pzel le to ht lp em alona ind eoolzes .sueel tnsleaet' of mea! And cheese as you una a song IIN JRNI Rotswseux IJNII - ce " ' Nz. 7 ' , 5' ' 1 4 ' A v VF Q X I , , 0 Y A x 2 v -' 1 ,. . , . .'Q H J X vt 1 1 ' - -f - 1 W II Y ue ,- . V. . 2 I ,,.,- . , . w . ,' 'Q 1 Y Q V1 p . Y ' v , v ' 11 1 m at . . . r 1 - - wx 2 1 w v, 1 X 'J l ' ' " 1 w 1 1 , , I N , I IF I ' 1 . . 'J 5.4 Yi I J r A A ' I D Y fl J I ' .. v - 1 - A , e 1, - - . Y, ' . 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'1 : 5' .f ' A E' "" 'fl . - T253 o L .- NX, S M: goof: f- -- .. , Q' it T 1:2 a efine - ' We V651 la-1 ntg f S as ff, , ,X I B ff , tl ififotbal rr 25551 JZ fs " ' -T--Six X K Nay 22 To ff, QQ fr w hlltgll K 2gl"a.5.EW2i" I-7 Season of 1924 Two weeks before school began football practice started under Mighty' Jim Aiken one of the boys from XXJSlllI1glOl'l and Jefferson College who showed California He had less material to work on than any coach h re has had since Mr Fred Ross coached Iindlay High School Athletics Nothing daunted by this howeyer he sttrted teaching the fundamentals of football and it wasn t long until he had deyeloped sex eral real boys undreamed of as yaluable players in former pre season weeks of football enthusiasm It was these inexperienced fellows that gate much help exer undertaken XVe did not go through the season undefeated Carey brought a scrappy determined tetm oyer here and administered us our first defeat Three games l1ter Middletown took us aeross by one touchdown Our next defeat at the hands of 'I oledo Scott was the most heartbreaking of all But the game is lost to us foreyer and in future years w hen we are searching the records of the school for old memories we will see 197-l lindlay 6 Toledo 7 But the season of twenty four is now history and as we look back oyer our record we think of the stan7a by some unknown author ll hen tht Great Seorer comes to mark uaamst uour name Ht tetll not ask Lehelher uou uon or lost liut hott uou platftd Iht aame BL RRI II Our e1pt1in finished his fourth year of footb1ll in a m1nner that he should be proud t ln 1ll of Burley s four ye1rs he missed but one or tw o pflellfl sessions and those w hen he w as 1t the doctors He w as 1 worker conseienlious and faithful and any of his team m1tes c1n honestly say th1t in exery sense of the phrase Burley played the game C1R0I I1 Cloyee was the mainstay 1nd haekhone of our team Vrheneyer we needed two or three yards Cirotty could alw tys manage to get them He s the kind of a fellow that always t1kes 1 toup t steps 1 ter e is ween tie e He ll gel 1 ong XXII I IXNIS lxen V15 the idol of the l'indl1y football followers 1nd well he deserted to be There w as not a regular on any of the teams we played as sm1ll as lxenny and there were few th1t eould catch l1m1 He showed lots of lblllly and lots of nerxe and all his 1cqu11nt ances are proud to know him ISI Burgess alw1ys played he1dsup footb1ll 1 fact that he proyed when he was down under Qopelands punt and made the tou hdown against Stott H h1s pltyed his last footlnll game for I indlax High School au v 9 , 'VA-. 7 Z r f , 7 'f A 1 r X f -1' A A an ef ,, M 1- 1 N X 1 -. ,- W, , f..' JH I , rdf X f ll -,. 'r f f - - - - - 1-... - N f X M tfczt I I 5 4 ' , - - 4 I ' iffy' ' ' - l f 1 4 V '. , af' 'flip' f ' ,I , .I o ,i I 'L Q, ffl - ? Q A125 , A W 'II 1 Q ,., fs.-Z ...J f' i ,' Q5-4 f I 1 A .ir Y S , Z 1 Z '2-' ' . W T - Q I , y 1 2 X , 1 I' , lj f - f' , X ii rj f 2 a- -X '- - fe f K Lg' ' - 7' fy- X 5 T' i L , K Q.-.uv Y ' v ' v ' ' toward the fairly' successful completion of one of the hardest schedules Findlay' High School has .-A 1-1--f.f-hfh. it- xklrd. .1 . RIS -. E- '. I' '- " . " . , . A ' ' ' ' x T u T -I u v C I 1 A xy' ' C A 8 Y! V, -e',N't 4' - ' a.-f"' W YOLNG Cow s playing days for F H S are over but rumor has it that he is not quite through with the game yct He sure ought to make a good coach if he s near as good at teaching as he is at stopping the forward motion of an oncoming ball toter Good luck Y ungyl GI XTH XRT Clif played 1 good game at center and always got the ball back where it belonged He his done so yy ell during his last txyo years on the gridiron that he was elected Captain for next year Good luck Clif fEdi1ors Note Ross Joe played a good game and always did his best when called upon Although out a good deal on account of injuries he xy as usually there when needed S.-XTTLER-Charley is another Sophomore letter man. He is expected to be one of our valuable linemen next year. He gained a lot of valuable experience this year so that next fall he will ba able to start right out like a veteran. PLOTTS-Bud. though only in his second year in High School, came out last season and won for himself 1 place on the varsity at tackle. He has two years more in which to develop himself and he won't disappoint anyone or we miss our guess. Come on, Bud. HURLEY-Charley' was one of the several "finds" of the season. He played a consistent game all fall in the bzrkiield and great things are expected of him in the future. CRAMER-Cocky Cramer deserxes his nickname, is president of his Sophomore class and can play' football. Theres the dope on Cocky. COPELAND-Cope's trusty toe often sent the 'ole pill back into the opponent's territory. A Toledo he made that record-breaking kick that resulted in our touchdown. He'll be back. SCI-IUCHARDT-INo news can be told here about Shuey, Everyone takes it for granted that he can play football. Sufficient to say that he came through again this year with his stuff and some people are probably still wondering what hit 'em. MAINS-Another Mains. Law rence carried on the work of the end position in a creditable fashion and deserves much credit. XVe lose him this year and he leaves a hard place to hll. - 'stag t- c ' 'Q ' 4 S 7 'mm' M 11'-are Gel 1 ii lW,,na 5 Ai v i 1 '-ig, gg, S A 415: ,4.5i,l1 gQ S ' . . t b ' " ' .-,.,,,i"'i"t'1 t Page Ninety :even 6,11 , 4 U "?1fm, 1-ra?-as rw Q cglne +4 5 lb V rmgfraw-.f PRESSNELL Tot was out practrcally all season on account of an operatron However he was able to get rnto the Scott mess for a lrttle whrle and had not the center sent the ball short he probably would have won that game for us Tough Tot' DAVIS Mel rs another Sophomore and Judgrng from hrs work thrs year he wrll be one of our most valuable men rn the next couple of years Come on Mel show em DEE Merve was out most of the season on account of rnjurres and srckness but whrle he was able and once or twrce when he really was unable he was rrght rn there showrng hrs stuff KRAMER Worth rs another lrghtwerght but he handles hrmself nrcely and wrth a lrttle more werght he wrll show them all Do rt K l JOHNSTON Archre was out a good deal due to rnjurres but when he was able to play hrs specralty was rnterceptrng passes We lose hrm thrs year through graduatron ORNDORFF-Chauncey has been out for football several years and thrs year he got hrs letter He played rn sexeral games and drd well for a lrght fellow -f'I.ll'l'ORD GLATHA RT 2 6 Page Nanny ugh! 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W g 0 51 f XX KX ' f 0 f- X 1-fe XY W nv A 6' X vi I CF wif Review of Season S Games Before the real grind of the hard games commenced games were arranged with Bloomdale and Vanlue to perfect our teamwork Woodward Tech and Dayton Sttvers were games that although lost were hard fought bv the X arsity Bowling Green had an extremely narrow floor and the Gold s teamwork was yery much handicapped Schuchardt dropped in the goals when they were needed and Findlay came out with a win Next week Kenton our old foe took the Varsity into camp by a 36 I4 score The team played ragged this game and the following week practice was sexere in some measures to oxercome the weak spots Bowling Green was played here on the following Friday and again lmdlay was yictortous Next day the squad packed their grips and tackled Vvoodw ard Tech at Toledo Again the Varsity was out classed by a score of Z4 13 A week later Hamilton was played here The squad put up one of its best games of the season and Findlay triumphed, 15-10. In our next game the team showed more fight than in my other game of the season. This was with Kenton on our home floor but when the whistle blew. ending the game. Kenton was on top, 26-22. The following Friday, Tifhn was played in a rather slow game, the team being far below its usual teamwork. Next evening. Columbus East was played here. The crowd present rooted hard for Findlay and by hard play- ' g. v won with a score of I3 to 10. This is the only game of the year that the students failed to do their most welcome cheering. lt must have been a had night. The next week the tournament was played at lxenton. Findlay had littlt trouble in defeat- ing Bowling Green in the first round by a store of Z3-11. Co'ky Cramer played his best game of the season in this game. Findlay' played Ada the next day' in the second round. Findlay failed to get started 'till the second quarter but this w as too late and we were defeated by the scare of 31-10. The schedule for next year will no doubt have many' of these same teams to play. If so. let's hope for more marks in the winning column. ' K " ni Y -T F' T -T Y T 1 i ew-Q4 eel. 'iff ' Y K g . x I i ' fl ff-'-of f: 1 R if Q ,,1l7,'!, T 'i -" l E ' fy X1 U i! l -. My-Z L 37 - a ' Ez A I tim ceq 4, F 'T ' 2 ln KC Page One II.mJri-J K ' Iiiwelsir Y 6 Personals FOR! Sl' PRI SSN! ll Z6 Caplam Pressnell was a marnstay of the squad from the first Hrs abrlrty as a forward was shown rn many of the games especrally rn the Bowlrng Green and Hamrlton grmes CHARI IS CR XVII R 27 Cocky as he was called by hrs teammates wrs a fellow who had made a reputatron 1s a football player but hrs basketball abrlrty was also so good that he landed on the Varsrty CXRL SXTTI ER 23 Those of you who were there know what I drd Those of you who were not there dont need to know XVORFH KRAMER Z6 Kramer was hrgh pornt man thrs year and rf he contrnues hrs spectacular playrng he wrll be heard about rn the near future Hrs drrbblrng rs of the krnd seldom seen rn hrgh school crrcles CHARLES SCHLCHARDT 25 Brg Boy graduates thrs year leayrng a hole at the guard posrtron hard to frll Shuey was one of the most actrye fellows for hrs S178 rn any school Shuey was a good fellow rn startrng the ball down the floor offensrvely CHXRLPS SXTTLER 27 Thrs was Charlres first year rn Varsrty athletrcs When called upon to fill gaps at the guard posrtron he always drd hrs best No doubt hrs experrence thrs year wrll be of great help to hrm rn hrs years yet rn Frndlay Hrgh KENNETH WILLIKXKS 25 Kenny of football fame proyed hrs abrlrty as a basketball player also He was one of the hardest workers on the team and helped a great deal rn keeprng up the Hghtrng sprrrt FERRELI SCHXEIDYR 26 Nrg was a farthful player to report to practrces Hrs work thrs year should place hrm hrgh next year More can be sard about hrm later Small but mrghty and also a player to be rn hrs remarnrng year CLIFFORD GL-XTHART Z7 A promrsrng prospect for the center posrtron next year Hrs experrence thrs year should help hrm consrderably He rs a wrllrng player wrllrng to learn and do hrs part TON! ORNDORI' 26 Tom was one of the smallest fellows out for the team thrs year Tom has one more year to play for Prndlry Hrgh and we hope rt wrll be a frttrng clrmax to hrs work for the school The Substrtutes James Mrller 26 and Mac Leary Z6 were two fellows whose names wrll be heard agarn Brrght futures can be seen for these farthful members -CRRL SATTLLR 2: Page One Hundred and One sf? ' ' a . C' Y 1 4 ' Q A I I : . Q ' " V ' . Y . .. r . . - , . .. . ., - Y ,- . . V . - . b . 1 V Y ' v v I I I r . . . .' 1 .' . rl- '. 1 ' I , l . V . . Y . . ' , l v 1 4 v . r . . . 1 . . , V . Y -,, may gms was-I3 Wg 29..i?+-Q 3 Cl! lf! ' Sl UYJ it Q Brmpy 'CALM ' . -5 4 ' Y , if -- f f - 4 1 G5 iq , W ,-,ef A E 'vw 7 l 11-1 L t P . ' 'Q' wi M' uflifwihrulntr b Clailf' ' ' U MMR Kennr 1 + x , A ' lx fm- x x' , b I ff . GP gl . wx LIU I r .' Ona Hundrfd and ' af www uw 2.6015 gaesfafaeiaa -vq. ,-f 1- Blue and Gold Glrls Basketball Team The gurls team of 24 and 25 had a better season than any prevuous year Thus no doubt us due to three umportant reasons flj The team us almost a veteran one havung several experu enced players Q23 The team has an excellent coach Muss Lena Enrught who by her unturung eiforts developed one of the funest gurls teams to be found un thus part of the country OJ The team has uts own gym on whuch to practuce and play Thus us a bug factor un determunung the kund of a team the school wull turn out because when a school has a good gym and an excel lent coach a fine spurut of enthusuasm and cooperatuon us developed whuch mught otherwuse lue dormant For the gurls work and spurut many wull be awarded letters whuch has prevuously been unknown un Fundlay Hugh In the furst games of the season the team was weak un several pounts but these dufllcultues were auded by the team beung ever ready to watch and learn Thus a line team work was developed whuch showed up un the later games as the record below wull desugnate an an an e e e e e Mar Mar Totals Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay Fundlay QC nr nued on Pag One Hund d Bloomdale Vanlue Rawson Luberuy Kenton Galuon Bloomdale Kenton Upper Sandusky Columbus Grove Opponents a cl Th rty n nel Page One Hundred and Three A 1 1' 2 ' 1 .kg 'Y 7 il- R f J- 5-'T' 1 , ' ' "1 ' T 54 W 2 ' I L 7 ' - . 5 ' J, ge-E Q. 1 vs, ' 7 J . 9. 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' - 5 f 4 HF - CVYIHEYVI 'I f 1 gg glue 21, 5013 ay Physleal Education Depaitment Health the basis ol character and this through athletics is that funda mental to whieh this page is dedieated ln such a dedication this page is then dedicated to the distinctiye physical education as aceomplished by Girls Physical Director Miss Enright and Boys Physical Director Mr James W Aiken 'I o these tveo proponents of the highest physical education we pay our humble appreciation It yy as the masterful ability of these two which enabled old F H S to put on the Held and floor clean able and successful teams in the larger sports lhey through their effort for better F H S athletics have aided in placing our school on a high plane of athletic ve ork To them ue one largely our fine stupendous stle of their task is but shadowed in the mind One can only lighten it by taking notice of vshat we really haye accomplished This may also be tendered as an appreciation to the taxpayers of Findlay who supplied us with an excellent and superior gymnasium But still deeper appreciation we as students may bestow on these diligent physical education workers With their comprehensive teaching of mdoor sports in the large gy m every one of us students have receiyed that much needed benelit from physical education They have developed various competitiye athletics Our inter class and intramural basketball and the large track training in which vee all boys and girls received fair chances to show our ability and secure the benefit deriy ed from these sports We owe it to these directors for the recreation so much needed ve hich vse received In dedication of this page to these promoters of better athletics we com mend them and call to the mmds of eyeryone the outstanding fact that Findlay out of fifty tive of the best Ohio High Schools vs as adjudged the school which has the best system of physical education in the state This honor can be nothing more than a manifestation of the yy ork and moral influ ence of these instructors in Findlay High School Witli an encouraging approyal a sincere appreciation and a fine com mendation this page is dedicated to Findlay High s Athletic mentors of the past school year HRROIU KOUNII ! 'Q .QU- W ' -1 " ' 4 'L .P 1 W I f 9 ' a - ' . ' . 1, me af S X 1- f -,, - A as S s r x 1 ' 1 v ' ' V ya y 1 1 ' ' v ' x I A 7 ' V YD athletic spirit, our ability to lose and our ability to win. the thought of the . 3 . Y I I 1 Y 3 I Y1 C ' . . V t . . 7 . 7 7 . V V I . . . . . Y . I . - V r ' r l v I I I 5 1 7 I D L' YT . 1 ' . 1 Y Y 1 ' I 'QP YV Y- 1 I . 4 V Y . 'I , , , ' ' :' , ', U I O H ndredandSix Intramural Athletics A greater number of students participating in athletics is a slogan adopted by Findlay High School This can be carried on by cooperation in the gymnasium and on the field This winter with our new gymnasium a league was formed by the boys home rooms In this way every boy had a chance to play basketball. This also develops young players so they will be able to make the Varsity team. The league was called the Aiken League and was sponsored by Coach James Aiken. Each of the eight home rooms played each other one game. making seven games for each team. At the end of the season Room 213, Mr. Hutson's, was found to be on top with six games won and one game lost. Reed Needles was the captain of this team. The winning team was presented a silver loving cup upon which was engraved the winner, captain and date. From year to year the cup will be presented to the winner for the year. The rivalry was keen this year, the games being played with much bitter- ness. From these games the boys who participated have gained much sports- manship. Also this year there is being held an inter-class track meet. Track has always been lacking here and it is hoped to revive some interest in this branch of athletics. The girls also had their games under Miss Enright. Athletics are on a big boom in Findlay High and it is hoped that through intramural athletics the Varsity teams of the school will be even better than they are now. -CARL SATTLER. '25. Page One Hundr d d S ' Q1if-256261, g 619 o ?'l-'ffm "'1'5'41'K Athletlc Board President I E MATTESON Secretary Treasurer G W LEE Faculty Manager J E BOMAN Coaches: J. W. AIKEN, LENA ENRIGHT Principal, F. I.. KINLEY MISS ZOLA JACOBS W. I... SWAIDNER GEORGE STUMP HENRY WOLGAMOT GEORGE TROUT The people mentioned above. compose, in our High School. what is known as the Athletic Board. We all are interested in athletics, but few of us realize or know what this board has done and the part that it plays in bettering and developing athletics in our High School. This board is the foundation of all our athletic activities, especially football and basketball. Through the efforts of the council whose purpose is to develop clean sportsmanship. this phase of our high school life has grown wonderfully in the last four or five years. It has been their purpose and object to get the boys and girls to see and realize that the whole thing in athletics is not merely to win the game. but to play cleanly, fairly and squarely. The president of the board. I. F. Matteson, is worthy of much recognition in this line for not only is he interested in all the other activities of the school and the things that it is putting across but also in the athletic side of the school. He has given much time to it. Too much cannot be said in recognition of the work that Mr. Boman has done in this work as faculty manager. Holding this important position in the council. it is his duty to take care of managing the most important things in connection with athletics. He is the one who makes up our football and basketball schedules. VJe all know that we have been playing first class high schools which have developed athletics to a high degree. It is also Mr. Boman's duty QContinued on Page One Hundred and Fortyj Q1 ifv.2afo,31 I age One Hundred and Eight 'gegfg-egg Qian '44 6013 Vg "'-flhfgfiadfal Biff f"'z.-4-'vi ffvv 'K F1 ffx ij C QULf'V FQ Biff? N5 0 XMJ gifs 4 8 1 5 f wf' Qy5 fQ?' I2 My 3 AN ms nw f fgyxf f' fn XIX f 1 f fa- ... V xx 2 E my D' cw 6 "' 3. 'L fg ffiqbl rg? M X LQ yr kkxwxxw 7 ff- ,' 'f - 'f A T 1 . xA ' 'Q ' f ' u ' 'Z M if 1- -N Q: f 'f fs N- ' ' " V " ,' 'f',f1 , ,'if7, F IZ Kfdl '- 'Q NN X Jiffy' 5 " X Y 7 I :Y 4 X if f f,' ' - 15 , . fn f f r X 4 jfqj 'Y 2 ' I f ' Pg if , ve' K Q: ,ll X X - , , ya ,.A ,+V ,VK . , ,ff , V - , - f ' . ' I' , X - - -1,4 'ff Q f 7 51 w fmx ' .iff X V ' 5' 9 ,V ' 1 1 F2 w V L-1- w - - if ' x ZW' -d-R4 v,, x ,hi ,fL,, Aviv ,-ffl..- 1,1 ,.fxX ,b v .X I X fi ll X Q " rf' W , I f, X X FF -- v Y I, ' . V! 1 W J V I. '.- ' I ' x .N ' V , A '- f kj X Y . N X, , ' f ' " NN ' ' dl X f . . 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If , f r , I f QI! f 'yffrose Mr0nrNf -gli-N washington Review of Washington High School nlhe close of the school year of 1973 is yery signiticant It brings to us 1 stdness in Ie thought that it marks the end ot the yery successful career of XX tshington High School that not eyen the anticipation of the neyy Cilenyy ood Junior High School can blot out As wye look back oyer the nine yetrs of the XX yshington Itigh School s existence vee are inspired by the memories of the splendid ychteyements the Ioytlty and the sincere friendships formed in each sutcesstye cltss Our organilytton his been uniuue Our numbers each year haye been so small and our time together so short that yye haye croyt ded 1 long program of school Iiytng into the brief space of nine months 'I hose of tts yvho haye yy atehed the succession of classes in the passing of time haye been impressed by the sense of the unity of our great XX ashington family and etch member s loyalty and deyotion to his school XX'e cannot revteyy Washington High Qchool yyithout seeing in our mind s eye eyery pupil yyho has entered our ranks and follovytng him yytth keen interest as he took his plate in the nothing but the truth about the tchieyements of all the students during the years l9I6 1925 yyould mean to include the story of more than nine hundred young men ind yy omen 1 pletsynt but quite impossible task It must sufhee to mention a feyy of them in this yery brief reyieyy As organizers of no small ability many of the former XX'ashington pupils haye come to the front Among the most 'tctiye are Dorothy Bright 70 Iois Iennerty 70 Jo Reed 70 Grtee Rhtnehyrt 2I Dontld Gtss man 22 Jack Betts 22 Helen Retmund 77 Xltryorie Ixoontl 77 'Xltry Louise lotta Ha7eI Itsher 77 John Roberts 77: Iranle Gillespie 23 Xflargaret IXI Ieod 77 Dorothy Cole 23 Ruth XX isely Zu Ilorenee DeRhodes 7-I ,Io Anne Redfern 2-I Coburn X tndersall 2-I Ralph Stanneld 7-I Vlarilynn Bright 25 Geneyteye Dunn 25 Iranees Ieigel 25 Donald Egbert '25, Ilarl Iiout '25, Archie Johnston '25, Dramatics have always held a prominent place among the extra-classroom activities of Findlay' High School, Among our contributors to this department are: Harold Grauel '20, Ilthelda XX illiams '21, Don Fellabaum '21, Byron Xorhees '21, Harold Parsons '22, I.y'nn XIcCIeIIand '23, X'Iarloyy'e I.ine '23, Harvey' Greer '2-I. Mildred Rudolph '2-I. 'ra Syy ab '25, Edwin .eaci ' , In considering the many' athletes it becomes exceedingly' difh'uIt to single out a Ieyy' who may' represent all in this activity. 'I'he following hay'e done exceptionally' line work in athletics: Dudley Lea '20, Theodore Herge '22, Edwin Capell '25, Ifarl Misamore '23, Doneta Bird '24, IXIary' Iie ers '2 , IX'IacIe X orhees '2 ', idward 'Xlisamore '--l. Ire e 'cle .ear'y' ' -I, .Ioe oss '25, I7earI Dorsey' '.. . X'Iary' ,e. '20, Katharine oorhead '2 1. ihar es framer '2 . Orators and eetaters have a ways grit prominence in our scyoo, 5oremost antong our Orators are: l'e jn ya '2 R Iland 'I om son '2 . Dona iassman '--. .' etts '22, The ma ooe '-2. . arion .ar e '2 . . .yrgaret .' eg' '- , . ary 'at iarine . ey'enson '.. , "ry . Cramer '25, .ayvrence Cioodman 25. . ' , ' YH- ' -1 " 'Y 4 1 . 2 ,yn ., g Qlng tb, 6013 :mm Y f a v W 2: -., I 7 ' I ' 2' ' ' ' ,' ' . i . . .e Y i I1 1 ' 1 I ' ' 7 5 ' rs 7 4 I px, various actiy'ities of the Central School. y'et to aim "to tell the truth, the whole truth. and , ' , .' I' ' . " 'A ' '22, . . V' " ' 2 '..,., I . ' 7' '22, I 1, N .Mm V .-' , . x .V tl Q 4, .hm V Ve i I I I 26 ll 4 ' -r I I 7 d ri I e 2 R 76 . I trey IX'I I C I C 7 I I I i et I I I i Iy Iy IB I I o h p I IdC 77 Jtele I5 77 I I7 I 7 XI fl Iy 73 XI 1 Xlie 73 XI lx I St 73 I tllt I lage One Hundred and Tm J 1 e3 VVashington High School with her Glee Clubs Orchestra and special musical programs has always done her share toward keeping Findlay famous in the musical circles of Northwestern Ohio Our musicians include Edison Backey 20 Vernon Vandersall 20 Katharine Wiseley 20 Helen XVe1kel 21 lnloyd Thomas 21 Nell Amsler 2l Don Shaffer 22 Esther Doerty 22 Vnian Perkins 22 George Edie 23 Dons Goodman 23 Florence Myers 24 Thelma Stough 24 Alice love 25 Thelma Yerger 25 Claude Turner 25 Karl Learey 26 Don Perkins 27 Anna Mary Svmb 21 In the midst of all these actixities, s'holarship has never been neglected. In our Honor Roll we include: Dorotha Bright '20, Evelyn Byal '20, Ethel Cusac '20, Audrey Leaf '20. Emma Roberts '2l. 'Vlary McCartney '2l. Helen Bufiington '22, Mildred Dorsey '22, VVade Knight '23, Ruth Reimund '24, Eduard Misamore '24, Ered Learey 24, Kenneth Hybarger '24, Evelyn Damon '24, Frances Pocti '25, Margaret Davis '25, Lawrence Goodman '25, Mae Steegman '25, Edythe Roller '25, Miriim Roller '25, Alice Love '25, Frances Feigel '25. And now it becomes the task of the Glenwood Junior High School to build up a wealth of tradition that will be more complete and enduring, yet embodying the same principles of high standards of scholarship. one hundred per cent, loyalty to all school actisities-in short, princi- ples of all around citizenship in Findlay High Schools that the students of NVashington High School 1916-1925 have so earnestly strixen to create. ,L , f--et, 'ri 1- fr A 1 gf 9111-agwglu 5 t ' 2 2 , ' ff if 1 T eita, 1 Page One Hundred and Eleven awww ' 11111. fb ,111-MMM 'A ' Q 161, 1' I .1 111111119 W3ShlHgtOH Class of 28 1 11 111111112 X1 r1 1 11 1115 for 511111111 1 XR Rcmmds mc of 111111 111 of cn1r.11H1g,11 Q sp111-. rs111111s 111 YL 1111 115 11115 V11 c1n1111 1.1ugD111bc111n111n 1ny1111n1, 111n 1n gc111ng 111 511111111 111111 But 111.11 on11 g111s 111 show 1h1 XX .1S1l111glO1'l sp1r11 V11 must 1111nk 01 11 11111 9111111 111 C111111 sn 11 1 N1 11 s1m1' Urn 111111S 17gLlhL1' 11111 IXLD P 1111 11n11S 1 1 1 1 111c111111r 11111 111 1x1r1 111111111 L1 111 U1 1 1s Q 11111111 1111 s1111r1d C111 of s11111111' 1 x1r111n1 XR 1s 1s111n11 1111 1111111 1111111 111 1111111111111 S11111 KOH 1u511111 111nn1 c11r1onc S1ClTl1C1 1917CXN11dCl'1d 19 1 111111111111 1119 11151 115 m1m1111 V11 111111 d1dn1 11111111 x1111r1 10 go An S15 1111019 111111111 l1l11LI'l113Ll' 1111 11111 11n11S 111 11111 c1ur1ng 1111 1r111n111111 V11 11 13r11gr1n19 Cxh1b111c1ns 1111111111s1r111o11s 111ry1111n1, XV11y 17111511 11111 11r1 pr111111111n pr11gr1111 1 111r1111 11n1v1 111111 1 11r1 1x11ng111s111r 1115 111 111111c 1111111111, 1nd 11p1r1t1ng 11111 13111 111 111rn111 11111 md mon. 1110 111f11r1 1111185 1101119 11.15 111r11ug11 111111 us Nou 111 11n11x1 13 much 111ou1 Hn as 1 1c1cr1n Human MJ1111 so but 111 11111 c1n1 111g1n 111 c11mp1rc w1111 our 1111n11Qg1x1ng p111 1111 Court 5111 of 'V111cs S11nd1s11 1 111111 11ug11111 so IHUC11 1s 11111n It R111 11111111 1111 p1r1 of V1111Q S1JI'1dlS1'l 1111' progr111111s11d 111111111111 11ur1ng11511 p1r1od 1nd XR .15 1n11r1511ng IS 11111 .15 humor ous from start to 11n1s11 11 seems .1s1f you fc11ous KK 1rc11 1 11111 11111n Mr Rome gnc 1h11 1n11r1s11ng 1a1k on 1111? 1055 Cookers And 1115 11111 on 'I'ubcrc11111s1s I couldnt M1511 for .1ny1111ng more 1n1ercs11ng rlhc g1r1s N5 1re sur11y s11rpr1scd 11111 1111111111153 11111n our f11u111 111d1r Mus 111111135 1511cd the Boys G11c Club 111 smg for c111p11 11111 n1x1r 11n111 111 1111.1 su111 111 11rg11111111o11 un11 111cn I m1gh1 add 11111 1h1y VNCIL qu11c surpr1s1d 111 111'.1r us Slllg 511 11111 V11 TL 1110 Hrst 11111c Boxs C1110 Club 1n thc XVash1r1g1on Schoo1 1I'l 11115 Sp1:1111r1g about c111pc1c1.cr11scs 111 XL ncxcr111d .1 mor1 1n1crcs1111g one 111:1n that gncn by 1111 Hrst 111111 c11ss 11cr1onc1111cd 11 11 11111 1115 5 1 11kcd 11 so 11111 NK KS 111-11u51 1 d111n1 ll1'1dL1'Nl.11'1d 21 xxord 111.11 11.15 s:11d nor .1 11nc 111.11 NX .15 sung L.111n sounds 11110 Gr1ck 10 mc RCHlLH1171f 1111 C11r1St111.1s 15c1p1 111.11111 by 1111 boys un111r 1110 d1r1111or1 of N11s5 N111 Sun Johnny 111u s11ou111 r1111cmb1r xou 1111111 1 11111 1r1s11m.1n 1 1xI'1OXK xou 11110115 11111 111 Tgftk 111111 1111111 5151112 11111 1111 buys 1n11 N115 Ncff 11111 XKL11 rcp.1111 1111 11111r 11111r1s 1n 111.1111ng 1111 D115 1 su1c1ss 1 sur11x r1n11111111r 111 111K 1111 S111n11 C11ss1s XKCI11 111r11ug11 1111' school 111.111ng p 1n1 1 10 nc11r11.1d1111 1111191111 111 1nsp1111ng .1n11111n,g s11 1n11r1s11ng 111111111 1hc 1111 room 111111 .11r 1 11111111r 111111111111 1nd 11111 11r 111111111119 11 s 1 1 1:1n mp .nn 111m 11 1l1L1X 1 111 S1111111 91111111118 or 111 111111 1111 m1ss1 ll 1 11 r1n11n1111r111111 111 11111 1nr1r111n111111 1111 11 xx 11 111 SLILHLL C11ss1s XK1l11'1l1l1X pr 1111 1111 11111 1 11111111 1 n1111111r 11 11 1 1 1 us111 1nn1 11 -u 11111 111 11111111 s11r1 1111 111 1 111 1 ous 1111 111 1 1 1 11111 su 1 11 11n 1111 1 11 1 111n1c1111 g1r1s 111111 fl 111 .nc 61111111 1111 111n1s11 111 Q 11111 1111 IS 111 15 11 m 51111 1 1 111 1111 11111011 Cs1r111111111r111S 11111 11111 On X1111111n1S 11111 15111111111 1n 1 111111 111n1 1Qs1s xx 19 KK 111 cn1ox11 1111 n11 1 11111. 111111s 111111 111 1 11118 11111 1 n 1 1 11 IT 11151113111 C 1111 L 111 111 C In Ollf S1100 UF1 115111 11 ' '111 10 7 1 I'11UI' 15!L11x1I' 1 I1 ' A -Q nl' L -1 ,' V -I ' I 8 . 11 5 1 if X A 2 - -Z 5 4 1 " . , , A'H'11 . 1 11 X ' . 1111' '. 1' ' .rcn'1 'c? 1 . 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M '1 Li '1:A 1 Ou .1:'.1':,:: J 1117.5 Y'1.111L'e M engaged QW ye a-:IW you felloyys and gurls that are un ut yyull back me up un that too XXe ye just started reeently and haye only tyyenty fuye members but yyateh us grow l hope you hayent forgotten the eleetuon of officers and hoyy yyell th eandud1tes yyere chosen Do you remember yyhat yy 1s saud about the nomunatuons that yye could not eleet the yy rong ones because they yy ere all so yyell chosen XX ell yye dudn t choose yy rong Cuurls yye hay en t forgotten our Culee Club haye We I thunk ut us of the most umportanee to us and yye are quute proud of ut too XXe ye had plenty of sungung to do at churches and entertaunments hay en t yye XX e re far ahead of the boys dont you thunk 7 But the gurls couldn t compete yyuth us un the bug munstrel shoyy that the Boys Glee Club feutured thus sprung It yyas :u play that made the Boys Culee Club famous But the bug yyundup the clumax of the school year yvas the XVashungton Hugl1 s pucnue Both boys und gurls formed a part of ut 1nd a pessumust would haye seurched a long tun1e to find 1 companuon Happuness reugned supreme throughout the day XXe ye 'ull h1d many unterestung and enyoy1ble tumes lm sure throughout the school year ll XVashungton Hugh But h1ye you thought who yyere responsuble for ut lt us none other than our teachers ut us they yy ho haye kept us 1head un lll our undertakungs XXe 1re all proud to be of the XX ashungton School the school yvuth lOO per cent stand 1rds XX'e 1re all sorry that the c1reer of the freshman Class of 28 has ended so soon But yye shull pass on to other classes and alyy1ys remember the most successful of school years Luuyuetts Ceyuyuuxt' Englush Depau tment We pupuls of XX'ashungton Hu thunk Englush an unterestung subject How could ut be duffer ent yyuth Muss Neff as our unstructor greetung us wuth a smule when yve enter the classroom? Fnglush us a complete study un 1 self lt us the most necessary requuremcnt of school lufe or 1ny other lufe Orul 1nd yy rutten composutuon exposutuon descruptuon and other subjects haye been taken up Eyery Xflonday us Current fyent D1y here Hardly anyone tells of hus neughbors death now although yyhen yye yyere not yery f1r ady anced un the art of selectung current materu1l some dud ln most classes the materual hus been good and each group of pupuls has been doung 100 per cent vyork The study of the Sketeh Book and 'Vlerchmt of Venuce vyas found unterestung to some 1nd duflicult to others Outsude readung for our Lnglush Course has been good whule Seetuon ll has held tl1e hughest 1yer.1ge for number of pages read durung certaun weeks l.1st but not le1st let me mentuon our study of yerbs Thus was the sectuon of work that cuused many 1 yy e1ry braun and furroyyed broyy XX hat us conyugatuon moods 1nd tenses tenses 1nd moods' for the feyy of us yyho are stull puzzled yye get some consolatuon by recallung to mund thus luttle yerse Id luke to he a could be If I could not be an are for a could be us a may be XX uth a chance of touchung par I d rather be a has been lhan a muah! hate been by far for a muah! hate been has neeer bten Bu! a has been was an are XHLDRYD L X UTS Enqlush D arrm nl Page One Hun Ind and Thurteen , . 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Algebra Students of Algebra haye noticed that the mam characters in the plot of many problems are A B and C Cccasionally a bright girl vxill wonder what sort of men these are A is a hand some hot headed strong willed positiye fellovt I-Ie has been knoyxn to walk 48 miles at a stretch A mistake in addition may keep him walking for a week without food or sleep A is yery wealthy he owns acres he lends money In fact A is always a winner B is an easy going chap very brotherly to C the weakling Often he sides with C and the two of them thus equal A B is rather poor for he always loses in his competitions vsith A C is a frail little man shovying up badly in comparison with A and B He is vtorth about A minus B altogether a negative personality These famous men are neyer at one thing long VVe 6nd them digging ditches pumping bicycles sweeping walks rowing boats and even doing certain pieces of work But C appears more rarely 1 have heard somtone wondering what has become of him and I think it is time to tell you One day A and B had been rowing on the Blanchard River for a problem in simultaneous cquations and C to prove his interest had been running on the bank and then sat in a draught Of course the bank refused the draught and C was taken ill Vtfhen A and B returned to their apartments in the Washington Building they found C dying B said I am going to get Dr Bill A flared up and said You te no money for a doctor Ill reduce him to his lowest terms said B resolutely that ll bring him down Cs life might have been saved but the nurse a student named U carelessly removed the medicine that stood at the head of the bed on a bracket without changing the sign After the fatal blunder life was subtracted from C as his head could not be cleared of fractions even by one of the fundamental operations Dear boys he wheezed I think I m going fast How fast are you going? asked A I don t know C replied but let X equal the rate It s the distance that worries The day of the funeral arriyed A generously let B driye the hearse containing the re mainder of C but he arrived first at the cemetery driving four times as fast QF1nd distance to cemetery J These sad facts were graphically represented to me recently by A and B vtho came down town to see whether their common denominator had been dropped on Main Street I asked them to express in terms of X or Y their views on modern education Y said B of course A knows best but I am no radical and I don't belieye in evolution for I think the school dentist should extract all roots plus tardiness equal, 3 P. M. plus 45 minutes. Teachers set good examples even on circus day and the formula books plus assignments multiplied by faithful teachers plus prepared lessons equals success in school, profit out and the highest power you can think of. But come on, B l'll race you home. You know we've got to brush up on our geometry to keep ahead of those unknoun quantities who are bound to be the highest uncommon factor in Findlay High School next year." Home Economics Eyery morning at 9:00 there used to be a clattering in the basement corridor. "XVhat is that terrible noise?" the teachers and pupils would say. "XX hy, it's just Miss Perrys Home Economic girls hastening to class." You hear that no more for class is reached before the gossip begins. This has been a delightful year for these girls. The first part of it they cooked, sold cookies and took field trips. As cooking aprons were carried slowly home, brightly decorated boxes were brought for sewing. lt was hard to get settled to this quiet life at first, but now things are going line. XVe are all looking forward to the great clothing exhibit for then we may wear our new garments. This tells a sad tale. "School is over" and our Home Economics girls must part. Q- 'Sta ef' X IT 'VGTIHC yi 'ww' 1' , mfg.- .er - - ew- ' ' 4 . ? . Page One Hundred and Fourteen af' gagfw QW' 246015 gg"9i'lf?fELif'.-fV?1:4,'2.? Vocatlonal CIVICS Of all the lnterestlng subyects that can be taken at XX H S the most lnterestlng IS oca tlonal Clylcs taught by Vlr Shull Thls subject comes nearer touchlng the job that you wlll have after you are out of school than any other subject lt hls seleral purposes some of them are 'Io broaden the puplls knowledge along the llne of work that he IS golng to do to prevent people from wanderlng around J1ml8SSly from job to job ln X,OCJllOl'l'1l Clxlts Jobs are taken up and dlscussed the advantages as well as the dls adxantagts are LINED so as to show one exactly what they can expect ln the yocatlon whlch they hate chosen then they can dtcldc on the yob whlch they thlnk thclr IDIQICSIS and 8blllllCS permlt We also made out what were calltd Check llSlS for Occupttlonal Study These are very helpful ln sccurlng 1 lob or posltlon lhe class lS made up of about forty puplls and lf some of those that are ln thls class should qult school at the end ol thelr lreshman year they would be more ablt to flnd and hold thelr jobs than those who QUIK school after thelr Freshman year and dld not have Vocatlonal Clylcs Bookkeeplng The Bookkeeplng Class of 24 lnd 29 has had some very hard work to do but we have held our heads aboye the water pretty well Had ll not been for Nlr Shull behlnd pushlng and frequently pulllng we would stlll have some work to do about the I-ourth of July Although we han to work hard Bookkeeplng lsn t so dry as some thlnk for Mr Shull' has some humor to put lnto lf The followlng CODYCISJIIOH took place between Mr Shull and Gall Snyder Mr Shull How are your CXCICISCS comlng Gall? Gal All rlght Mr Shull Haxe you worked the Trlal Balance to the 26th? Gal Yes l han ll but lf doesn t balance Another one of Nlr Shull s characterlstlcs that always brlngs laughter to all puplls who hear It IS Mr Shull XX hy that strlng of zeros? Kenneth H Cgrlnnlngj I don t know Mr Shull You dldn t haxe any cents when you started dld you? Kenenth H Cembarrasscdj ho' Mr Shull Well and you halen t any now have you? We all thlnk the Bookkeeplng Class IS the best because all of the best looklng people are ln that class lncludlng Mr Shull SCOTT FIRESTONE AND EARL MARTIN Page One Hundred and Fllteen . y 'S --a - - -4 T Q I ' L' ' Q D ., "4 - ' gl by 'G Q 4 ' if 1 ' 1 1 - . 7 ff Y at - A ff .U . . V.V .. - . . . . . . , ,I 4 U . . . X, 1 V' v A . . V ' V . y - - V ' I ' ' ' : ,Vs , ' . Y . V l ,'V K g V V V - ' V ' ' v - . v u - x V ' A Y I ll I - D - I D y 5 I v 1 A . - V V V V . y . , . . l . y vu v A I ' I . V . Y . . t. - - - .. tl - V. .l V vj. - V VV l . . U , V . .V - - ll V VV . 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H1111,:'r .f 11111 '1 'WMS M55 , YW '44 u?gf?22f'?".-iff-f'1s'L -v..,,-dab' .pl The MUSIC Depal tment Luc we smgmg dancmg sprmgmg always full of pleasure IS our motto d l la exery Tuesday and lnrlday afternoon lnxerx one lS glad to see the clock roll roun to because at that tlme we hue our musxc penod Mr lVlorg1n1s our le1der one of whom we may t our be proud lt seems thu ue alxx ays feel more mspxred after Mr Morgan s humor permea es souls XVe would also recommend that he te1ch English or another language for he IS alwmys correctmg our Rau Runs and Just us The XVash1ngton Hugh School chorus seems to be a serv great factor m keeping the enthusx asm for musxc at a hxgh pntch among the puplls xldred Yates and XVe haxe organwed both a boys and gxrls Glee Club The leaders are M Le Roy Wolf Our talented accompannst Vlxlcta Stall xuth her faxthfulness and loyalty has h o make our chorus work successful Both Glee Clubs seem to be growing an popular done muc lf for they haxe more mutatxons than they could accept to smg at the vanous churches They '7 conducted mterestmg chapel exercises and took the prlze Xu hen they sang together at the Parent Teachers meetmg The Gxrls Glee Club gaxe a costume program and the boys a mmstrel show the last week ln Apnl wxth the same great success whmch alu ays attended themr appearance NLM ALICE POOLL Pug One Hundred a mi Sec nteen , 'I 13 -,1 A K f-4 I 'Q ' lf ' 5 - N 1 .1- ' ' I -G 4 f f A . if v ' if if e X up if - V es- . 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' ' - 6 'C 158644 I 1'-W 246013 K '13 !?:-Q-'1-Q SPLINTERS Mr Hybarger taught a class Ee e h Ee-elgh-O In thus class he h1d some boys Ee-etgh Ee--elgh O All of these boys they had some boards I' engh Ye-elgh O And of these bo1rds m1de n11ny thmgs etgh I e-ugh There s 1 blrd he use here 1 r1d o there Here 1 l1u77 lhtrt 1 l7ll7I Fyery vthere a squavuk 1nd hull Mr Hybarger taught a class E exgh I'e-etgh O Tyyas m1nu1l tratnmg he t1ug,ht these boys If ergh ICLCILIQ O All thmgs they ye m1de from tables to toys Ee-elgh If etgh O Each of these boys he taught to draw Ee-elgh Ee-engh O Blue prmts they made and you should hear e -etgh If elgh O Here a hu77 there a bu77 Ifxeryvyhere a squawk 1nd bu77 Mr Hybarger taught a class Ee--exgh Ee-ergh O Radios lamps each made alone Ee-etgh I: etgh O And for each bnrd they made 1 home Eyerythmg vsell made thls ts our rule Ee-exgh IQ exgh O Thts ts the ethlcs of the vv78Sllll"lgIOI'l School Ee-exgh Ee-etgh O There s a squtad squeak here And a bu77 bu77 there Here a squeak and there a bU77 Eyeryfvs here a squeak and buzz Mr Hybarger taught a class Ee-ergh Ee-elgh O JOKES them saw Iiugene P They call the he1d of Th Indlan trlbe chxef dont they P lNoyerre M Sure XX hat of rt' Eugene P I was thtnklng Then of course hrs daughter would be mrs chmef How stuprd of me George K fafter stngtngl So she pransed my sxngtng dxd she Tom B Sure she sand tt yy as heayenly George Dnd she really say that? Tom XVell not exactly but she probably meant tt She sand nt was unearthly Glen R Why IS II easy for 1n eltphmt to pass the goxernment nnspectron Donald C XX hy Glen Because he carrtes hrs trunk vnth htm Mtss KUCUIII tm Alt,tl1r1l As soon HS C1111 h1s Ill"llSl1CLl y11y nnng I shall proceed unth thc explanatron Ifumce XV l hut .1 dog that ts a regular lo ksmtth Mxldrtd Y G wan Hou s that? Eumce YVhy' I licked htm the other day and ht made a bolt for the door so O H n rc and Etghteen ' . I -g -1 T f-4 Y X si I - A , ,. --H Y 9' K I Q 4 ' A- i A 0 - ,Q4 'xo QL.-'f - -ig -' ' Y ls 1 .l Q ,' , A ze-' -1 ' - I , 4 4 I. I I , lie- --1 ' -Of ' ' . ' 1 .. . i , .. ,. , H e-' -1 ' - I ' ' 1 4 I I . 7 '. '. 'e-' --E 'v - I ' -'e-' - I 1 1 - ' 1 4 Y E- ' -'e-' - Y 4V Y Y I4 K I in 1 . . , ' -'e-' -- I ' C Ee-engh-Ee--exgh--OT V . I . . . Ac . I . 1 . v . -1' -1 V Y 1 - . I ,I V . .1 V H V .A -Y . . - " v ' ' - ' v nr 1 fu x ' V V 1 4 1 x h - " f ' ' 1 A . y 1 ' . 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' ' frafeeaateeifw 1 In-fmulb f 'ss lltntnln Ltncoln Class of '28 ln 1 ccrt11n town In a gre1t country w as 1 school 1nd 1ts n1n1e w IS l tnco n Mmy cl1ssts come to llllS scl1ool 1nd go out from 1t but tl1 ISS b :ul 111.1 o ts Cl1ss of 1028 11s cl1ss st1rtcd upon tts l1gl1 School c1recr on September 15 lhc next d1y classts lxcgm but n11ny f11lcd to locate the rnght cl1ssrooms 1nd some eyen Sllyld 1n the 1sstn1bly Afttr sueral d1ys tl11ngs went better and somethtng began to be accomplmshed At tlrst there was much tardmess and unnecessary commotton 1n the s udy hall but exghth per1ods were mstttuted wh1ch remedied tl1e sttuatton constderably lrofessor Morg1n c1me eyery Mond1y 1nd l'hursd1y mornmg to attempt to tnst1ll a ltttlt mustc tn us but he w1s n1ore successful wtth tl1e gtrls th1n wlth the boys XVe attended 1 pep meetmg at Central Htgh and decuded we would luke to haye our own chter leaders and pep meetmgs So Chots Smlth and lrancts Crosby were chosen and we made ourseltes heard oyer the rest of the bu1ld1ng XVe attended all the football games and dtd our best to root for F H S About thus t1me the cards w ere h1nded out Great was the dnsmay of some and they set out to better the1r standmg Chapel exercxses were held exery Vslednesday mornmg wtth an Engllsh class tn charge each ttme A ltttle before Chr1stmas a Sentor came mer and told 1bout the Blue and Cold A drtye for subscrtpttons was started and 1l1out enghty were obtuned A Blue and Gold SIIYT w1s org1n17ed wtth James Donnell 1s ldttor m Chtcf lermtsston was grmted bx 'Vlr Sw 11dner to organwe 1nd the followtng ofllcers w ere elected l resndent Clark Moore Vtce Pres1dent Rtchard Beard Secretary John Vlttchel Treasurer Clarence Snyder Basketball then occupled our mlnds A boys team was organtzed Wtth Mercer Pomeroy as captatn A gxrls team was also formed The Dramattc Club Tratelers Club and Boys Glee Clubs followed but 1t was too late to haye much acttuty' 1n these A Student Counctl was organ17ed wtth Clark Moore as Prestdent to superytse conduct Great 1mprox ement was made tn thxs respect Sex eral weeks after the Votce of Central H1 began to be publtshed we obtamed a half col umn and thus mformed them of some of our happenmgs About the m1ddle of February Mnss Crum a thrtft representatlye talked to us and started a contest between the ltncolrt and XVash1ngton As a result our laanktng was greatly tncreased 1nd we had a number of 100 per cent weeks Thus 1 ye1r m1rked wtth success and ple1sure l1as passed and next year we w1ll lourney to Central H1 as Sophomores We wall reluctantly say goodbye to Ltncoln H1 and cher1sh the memory of the happy days spent there tn our pursult of knowledge Juns Doxxtu. 8 Class Offieets We the lresl1m1n Cl1ss of ltncoln School organtled on December 23 1974 1nd elected the followmg officers Prtsrltnl Cl not Ntoom t rt 111 1111411 Bt Sttntaru iN 'Vlllfli 1m,tu,,r xttt xct Sx1D1 tt Tlnst ofhcers 1rc I'IlLI'l'll7Ll'S of the Student Lounttl 1nd tn all thetr work hate fulhll what w 1s txpecttd of then1 Ill laac Or' Hur r Ja J"lurnly r i K. 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' ' .1 .J. rr " 2:21 aa fo lb 5? twewfaasaaa 5 Qliiujdjf I 1916 1925 The Lmcoln School was burlt mne years ago Many of the Lmcoln Freshmen of 1925 VV the be an thenr first year of school the wmter after the completxon of the bunldrng e were 8 first to begm our educatron here We wmll be the last Freshman Class that wall ex er attend here A new Junior Hlgh IS bemg buxlt which wxll probably be flnlshed by next year I thunk the Freshmen wnll back me xn saymg that our school ns the best and our teachers the hnest These teachers desene crednt much more than they recenve They have always been p f l teachers I thunk all of the students who haxe had are havrng or wrll have the opportumty of gomg to such a splendrd school should be very proud of that pnulege at least I am VIOLET PRICE Dramatlc Club The Dramatlc Club rs an organwatnon composed of thrrty seven lrve members We have as presndent Chrnstopher Cunmngham and Geraldme Cooke as secretary We have had several t stm rograms pertarmng to drama and dramatnsts When our arms were drawn up we very m ere g p drscowered that our chref arm IS to boost good Enghsh rn drama and all other places where It rs P ll applled We are askmg all the students of Fmdlay Hrgh to help us Wrll you do rt Don t a speak at once -CHARLES ALESCH Page One Hundred und Twenty one atient and every student at times tries a teacher's patience. We should be very grate u to our N134 Merge, Q hwedmlw Student Councll Sentor H1 Student Say Freshte vthats all thts notse about a Student Counctl bemg orgamzed oxer there at Ltncoln? l'resh1e Why dont you knou V We haxe officers Student Counctl eyerythmg S H S Who started thts 1de1 of humg ofhcers and 1 Student Counctl? ln Vlhy one of the felloyxs got busy 1nd u rote 1 petttton to the effect thtt ue u tnted to organ17e our class Then he got 1 couple of fellows to help and they soon h1d 1 bunch of stgnatures lh1t was about the mtddle of December 1nd before Chrlstmas yacatton we h1d our officers elected That s the vtay ue freshmen do thxngs tn a hurry S H S Vlho are your ofllcers? The Prestdent ts Clark Moore Vlce Prestdent Rtchard Beard Secretary John Mtt chell Treasurer Clarence Snyder S H S XVell vt hat does your Student Counctl do? F Do' Hum' To begun wtth representatnes were elected from the sexenth and etghth grades one from each room Then 1 commtttee wrote the constttutton deputtes were elected from the seventh and elghth grades to take care of the playground 1n the mornmg at noon and durtng the upper grades recesses Freshmen deputtes were appotnted to take care of the lower grades recesses Lunch room supervtsors haye been appotnted Then there ts the Samtary Commtsston and mf you w1ll go ln the Assembly some day you wlll see the result f I'l S work S H S Say I dtdnt know Ireshtes could do such thmgs as that F XVell no class could except the Class of 28 ALARK Moom Campfhe Glrls Campfire lS a nattonal organ17at1on of gtrls Its atm ts to make better ctttzens Once a month each group whtch conststs of not more than twenty gtrls and thetr guardtan hold a called ceremontal meettng out of doors lf posstble yy here the honors are awarded and ranks are gtven For each honor vyhlch IS a certatn task or sacrtfice there ts a bead awarded There are three ranks Vkloodgatherers Ftremakers 'Iorchbearers For each succeedtng rank the duttes are more dtficult Each group earns money to spend on the suppltes of the group and many dtfferent thmgs In the summer ue attend camp at some resort where we study nature do weutng and leather vtork and engtge tn many athletlt 1ct1ytt1es But you may know the Camphre mtroduces fun vuth tts yy ork and thts has helped to make xt grow ln Imdlly there are about one hundred gxrls from tutlxt to tyytnty ye1rs tn Eye groups Anaktstn XX xtlnka Mtnnthaha and Tayyaquaptevsa are represented by eleyen gtrls tn the I. I-I S Freshman Class mu x ytxxx Campalgn The Class of Z8 ll th I mtoln wants to bt remembered by succeedtng grades V30 hate been dxytded unto flu groups undtr M1ry Fllen Dans Rtchard Duns Jmmts 'Vlttchtll Nllrglrtt Glessner and Isabelle Huddle lath group ns putttng forth an effort to m1kt more money than the others 'I hxs ts money to be ustd for somt useful gtft for the new Jumor Hugh ISABELLE HLDDLL lagc On Hundred and Ta enty Iu,0 -3 -.1 , ,, ' A . , - Q, 4. -- - , f - n '. 1 , ,H I V-3 I . I 1 7 ' q Y if 2- , , C H r- - f- f-" - 5 , ' A lf . . V , - ' . ' V V Y V - n' V V ' 4 ' v v v l 1 K ' ' 1 1 rl I v v . ,. . 5 . . V . V . . , . . . V V V A . . VV - V f ' ' ' v V , . V . . . , . . V . . V . O . . .2 . . ' . . 1 V . so- . . . . V , V . . . . . V ' 4 Y I v Y V. v L ' V 3 L ' V' ' V V V v ' V. . V . . ff' .' , 'IK . - I A Q 4, - v V v 1 1 V' I V r, 'V' ' V. V . V V 1 V' V ' A V'V A .R A ' , V A V ,O , h V f 1 V, A ,. l . T1 avelet s' Club OFFICLRS President RIFHXRD BEXRD Serreturu Dox XLD SCHULER Treasurer CARL HILL Across the tractless wilderness the wide spreading desert the boundless ocean spaces and tncicnt cities yy here ciyilintion treads heayiest there ue truelers go Now on the blue ocean xx hcrt white capped ysaxts in confusion braking herc breaking there until night drops her yeil hiying seen the wonders of Spain and northern Africa we yisit the beautiful hillsides of Italy yy here countless acres of yineyards and orchards hate been perched since the beginning of history Italy s Internal City was neyer more stately nor Greece s art more fully displayed in all its grand eur than yn hen we tarried there Irom Igypt the earliest home of ClXlll7lIlOl'1 we start homeward to America the land of youth and promise Although we enjoyed our tour through the old world we are glad that we belong to the new Such is the tour that the Lincoln Trayelers Club took and the knowledge which we gleaned from it will always liye with us RICHXRD BI XRD Boy Scouts The Boy Scouts is a world wide organi7at1on for boys Its purpose 1S to make better citi7ens Our oath is giyen in every language of the world ranging from the equator to the far north and south Our lav. is diyided into twelye parts these parts cover eyerything from honesty to rever ence Our supreme requirement is Do 1 good turn daily This is the only requirement out side the Scout Law asked of us Our Scout Oath sums up the Scout Lavys and the oath is On my honor I will do my best CU to do my duty to God and my country C25 to obey the Scout Laws C35 to keep myself physically strong mentally awake and morally straight The organi7ation is ruled by the national council and under it are lesser councils down to the troops The troop is in charge of a scoutmaster who has two assistants It consists of thirty two members divided into four patrols of eight each and they are in charge of a patrol leader who his over him a senior patrol leader In this way almost every boy has a chance to show his ability as a leader The scoutmaster in this way too has more time for instructing a troop The scout ranks are: Tenderfoot. yy hich is the lowest, Second class and First class. Above the First class rank there are merit badges to try for. A merit badge signifies special advance- ment in a certain line of work. There are sixty-three in all and for twenty-one of the badges the scout gets the rank of eagle scout, the highest rank he can possibly get. There are seven troops represented in I.. H. S. I have told the dry' details of the scouts and now I will tell you of our fun. XVe have camps in the summer where vie swim. sleep out of doors. are instructed in scout work and the like. VVe have oyer-night hikes when we hike out for about seven miles. cook our eyening meal. pitch our tents and sleep all night. ln the winter we haye winter hikes which are the same thing is over-night hikes excepting the fact that they are pulled off in winter. At all times. both play- ing and working. the supreme idea of making an American man is before our instructors. -JOHN MITCHELL. Our Flag Approaching the school from the rear the other morning an object of ravishing beauty met my eye. It wavered. rippled. fell. and rose with the breeze. lts beauty and grace could not be surpassed. It alone seemed strong. It tugged and pulled at its mast with a show of power. Just before it passed from my view the sun burst forth and showered its golden glow upon the earth. The object was beautiful with its background of grey. but could not be compared to its splendor now. It was afire with a thousand glories. The Red and XVhite mingled together. while the Stars dances on a field of Blue. It was the Flag of all Flags. our own Star-Spangled Banner. -RICHARD BEARD. , - ., e- ' 1 'r -- 'f 1 0, 3222 hw ed 6013 Mae? ., H Q 711 X - ff H - we andlall is still once more. 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' ' f .1 lwnul' lv b'c.111 f ll lS ur d I1 is surely wise lO hclicv' 1h.11 hc wha saws his nuncy will mrcly bc Il b.1d m.1n r .1 'l'111,1-10N 'I LY 1111 Class Splflt and Loyalty Do you know what Class spirit and loyalty realli means' I think eyery student should know and knowing act accordingly Im going to try to tell you some of the things that show it Of course eyeryone wants his class to haye the best ball players or highest per cent in banking and such things but do they all help to make their class best, It is easily said I hope our class banks one hundred per cent today but to remember to bring your own bank book and money and to arouse the spirit among your fellow students is the thing that counts One com petmg for a trophy cup might think there is no use to win it for he could not use it in any way maybe he would never eyen get to touch it but that is not the idea It is not the value of the cup or the use you ll get out ot it but the honor of being worthy of rtcciying it It stands for the efforts and the hard work that the tlass has put forth A person seeing the cup would know that only through class spirit and loyalty to the school w as it won Not eyery one can play football basketball or baseball well enough to be on the tum anc win honors but many at least can go to the game and root This always fills the players witl' encouragement makes them feel as if they had something more to play for NVhen they hear their class or school cheer they work harder than eyer to win for the sake of their school If the school is giy ng an operetta or play tht performers throw their whole soul into their work if a large audience w trt in front of them The honor periods are a good time to show class spirit XVould you want people to say that your tlrss couldnt be trusted out of sight No indeed you wouldnt But did you eyer stop to think that unltss eyeryone in the class is loy al to the school they can not be trusted? A ball playtr or singer w ho did not take part in the games or singing contest would not be doing his duty toward the school Only with the utmost efforts from each student can class spirit and loyalty be obtained Bosrrx KAOYIR P1 esent and Past 'XVhen it is time to start to school in the morning the girl of today snatches her I atm book from the table and grabs her sweater H r life is like this most of the time She hurries here then hurries there then hurries back again Just as she is leiying her mother calls Youll come home from school and help me hang the curtains wont you? Im sorry Mother but I haye 1 Campfire meeting after school You see its Monday Cant we do it this eyening 'No Im going to a committee tonight XVt can probably do it tomorrow afternoon for I hue to go to a Parent Teachers meeting after dinner "But, Mother. we have to practice for the Izisteddfod after school, and NX ednesday' we have Dramatic Club. ind Thursday' is Orchestra practice. Then Iiriday there is Staff meeting, Vlaybe I can help you Saturday even if I do go to the basketball game in the morning. I feel swamped although the week has jus' started." "Never mind. I think you have enough to think about without any home responsibilities." replies the understanding Mother. After the daughter rushed off. Nlother sits down for a few minutes' rest and thinks of the changes that have come about since she went to school. At three-thirty' daughters siuntered leisurely' home. put on a house dress and helped with the sewing or supper and always the dishts xfterward. On Saturday' there was no basketball game for that was the day' to do the family' washing. As she thinks of these things she wonders. 'Vkre all these outside interests necessary' to tint w'omanhood." -s.w.xit ll.Xk'l'A. v, Chapel The Chapel Exercises this year have been conducted by the Class Officers. the different English Classes. the Campfire Girls. and the Boy' Scouts. The programs were usually' religious. lasting about twenty minutes. Ouitc often there was a scripture reading after which someone applied the lesson to our daily' lives. Both pleasure and profit have been derived by the students from these exercises. The exercises have proved that we can get into our studies better after some religious or other beneficial program, r -PEG GLI:SSNlfR. Pace One Huntlr.-J and Tu mtg lite .I ra-eww : f- -ft ggrasm l""3dQPl I 'it .I el i I' I' it .I ' . 3 , A ,HK 'Q SAQJJY , 19,334 Ula LINCOLN HI SCHOOL JOKES If a body meet a body Comtng doxxn the street 'Netd 1 body stare a aody O er from head to feet freshman Raqlzme Rags make paper Banks make loans laper mxkes money I oans make poxerty Money makes banks lex rty mtkes r 'I hey yxere marrted on 1 boat and the boat started to leak e ee marrted and settled doxx Hello Hello Is that Nlr Sxyatdner No do you xxtsh to speak to htm? Yes Had the nr a mtnute and I xxtll call 1 m Old Lady XVhat vxas the score? Rooter Nothtng to nothmg Old Lady Thank goodness I dtdn t mxss anythmg e I loye all that ts beautxful fa r yx se e 'I hts ts rather sudden but I thtnk father xx xll consent L R XVhat three xy ords do Ireshmen use most I I I dont knoxx L R Correct Rtchard Purdy on seetng hts baby brother for the hrst ttme xx xs told he exme from he xx en bxlence ensued for a feyx mtnutes then from Rt hard Hurry up btby tell us all about heaxen before you forget xt Mtss Cratty Vx hat ts the serxtce called xx hen somethtng nexy ts used for the hrst ttm Mary Lxxtng Consecratton Mother James yy hat vxould you ltke to gtye Kenneth Tueker for hts btrthday I James Mxtchell I knovx but I am not btg enough Leota B Vx as XVashmgton Irxxng oyerboard three ttmes Mtss Cratty KNO to Lurope Mr Sxy atdner It ou knoxy xf you stratn a member of your body too much tt gets ttred I-Iaye any of you yxorked so hard so as to be ttred' Kenneth Tucker I haxe Theron Tucker Avx you haye not Sophomore XX hteh part of the chteken do you xytsh9 I reshman Ptece of the meat please Rastus Xour teeth are just luke the stars Rufus XX hy Rtstus Rastus Cause they eome out excrx nty,ht lVe II omler lVhy Isabelle Httddle ts so brts,ht r Illl be sn ty DXe s s e eron I turd Iurely I s nttu 'Vltrthx can drtyx .J :J e '3 "'-1 ' . -7 -f Q 7 , Q' ' i ' K -1 l 1- I -'Q , 1 - - , ld' 5 f .- 'Q L Q. 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Q Bm fi Qs: EE V1 .- Q3 2 5'-I 227' so U' O E 5 .1 5' rv The next week the Freshmen repeated thexr feat by wmnmg from the Y M C A Boy Scouts There was joy everywhere over th1s game and as a result of these vnctones we felt that we could not be conquered The followmg week however the unexpected happened The boys although they fought luke txgers lost to the Red Dots The cloud cast by thus defeat soon dxsappeared when the news spread that we were to play the Lmcoln eughth graders Our joy was short lned for the graders even to thenr own surprxse trounched the Freshmen m two games thus wmnmg the I mcoln champtonshxp All were tense and exclted when the squad heard they were to play Home Room 202 The team weakened by the loss of two regulars held the Home Room to a score of nme to one the irst half Durmg the second half we outplayed the Home Room but the game ended wnth score of thxrteen to ten ln favor of our opponents N 'N H N Fl "'-I :r wi V1 QE? PGV! ga w? EB ON S2 rg.. 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Six? .g y,.g,- - ,QVEQR In the Days of King Richard e T the length of Lady Lela Rose s slipper defeating Sir Clark stalwart youth from the Red I-Iills The next event Fhe Four Horsemen of the Potato Chips versus The Quivering Quartet Sir Milan King Sir Charles Laube Sir Ralph Saltz Epsom s brother and Sir Harry Semon Morris versus Sir Reed Needles Sir Carl Sattler Blackhearttd Bishop and Sir Dangling Dunford Sir Larry easily proyed him them down Ruth Shtarer and MOHILI Dray court artists made sketches of his heroic Hgure At last came the main event The Black Knight versus Sir Cnriffln A they faced each other they vyerc somewhat similar outside of the contrast of the jet black armor and milky white The reyy ard was the Princess Rachel They seemed evenly matched yet wagering odds favored the Black Knight whom none had seen Finally the signal came the first passing of the riders and then crash Both remained seated Two lances were broken apiece Then both fell Fighting hand to hand they moved swiftly and skillfully At last the Black Knight landed a terrific blow Sir Griffin staggered then summoning all his strength he ran his antagonist through the neck Slowly the Black Knight sank to the ground As he did so he muttered I had to come back Dan don t feel bad it was my fault Sir Curifhn sprang forward and removed his helmet Lefty he cried for it was none other than Sir Eugene Kenfield boyhood chum of Sir Griffin s who had run avtay and had sworn never to return Friar Schuchardt had arrived and found Sir Kenfield quite dead where upon he offered a prayer for his soul All stood in deep reverence for this old friend With bowed head and aching heart Sir Griffin walked toward the royal balcony and Princess Rachel 'IRCIIII JOHNSTON Z Girls Basketball CCQ r' m a e . ' THE FIRST TEAM ISABEl.l.I'i LOY-Forward Isabelle has played her last game for Findlay High. for we lose her by griduation. She was responsible for many of the baskets scored by Findlay. Her absence will be keenly felt. RACHALL Hoi2i1si.VxN-Afortturd "Fluffy," the running mate of lsabell . played with her opposing guards with a yengeance XY hich made it possible for her to more than dream of championship. Her outstanding feature was to cage baskets. MARY LEAREY-Jumping Center By her jumping. Mary prevented the ball from falling into the opponent's hands. many times. She will be here next year. which is indeed fortunate for Findlay High. MARIE NIOOREHEAD-Side Center The black-haired, flashy little center. That is she. Marie Moorehead. Being a Junior next year. she will form an important cog in the girls' athletic machine. NIARY MILLER-Guard Mary' was a success as a guard. She always held down her opponent. but never resorted to unfair play. CAPTAIN PEARL DORSEY-Guard Looking Dorsey over for the first time some visiting forwards thought they were going to 352.1 I N QI!-W 56013- f -,- a I ' '21 V Q: af- 0 vw. 2-W. 'S' fCnnrxnucd from Pag hirly'-nine! 1 i . . . O . . . V . 1 self the master of the situation. If they were knocked from a horse he ran V V s . - . . 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K 1- 7 A FRESHMAN THINKS THAT A knapsack IS a sleeplng bag .Ioan of Arc vs as Noah s vylfe The League of INatlons IS a new baseball clrcult A nut sundae 1S a hollday at a bug house The XVeather Bureau IS a plece of furnlture A water mocassln IS a new klnd of sllpper The Lady of the Lake IS a bathlng beauty Independent clause lS Santa s brother An autoblography lS a book about a car Hamlet lS a young plg A nlghtlngale IS a healy eyenlng wlnd M L Irma Thomas yy ants to know vahat makes the Iovs er of PISA lean Martln Mlckey vslshes to announce that the Cannlbals Choral SOCICIY Wlll gather after the consumptlon of the new mlsslonary and Slng XVhere Is That Dear Old Grad U Ate? Glen C Been to church lhlS mornlng Iyan B Do my clothes look llke they d been slept ln? Perplexed young lady wlll exchange a sllghtly used eraser for the name of a plover llke blrd havlng the plumage of the upper parts lustrous and the head crested ln four letters Lady looklng for a sure cure for finger nall bltlng Can offer three crossword puzzle books and an unabrldged dlctlonary I am BDXIOUS to trade two trunkfuls of crossword pu7zle paraphernalla for a stralt jacket XVhat have you? I lylll trade a large collectlon of names of rare blrds anlmals plants and lnsects for lnformatlon leadlng to dlscoyery of the type of garter worn by men ln Klng Tut s army Must contaln SIX letters nothlng else con SIdCfQd Ray C Are you the barber that cut mv halr last tlme? Barber I thlnk not Iye only been here SIX months Bob G Da Illty rlng two bells or school tllls year? rlntls P Nope tey rlng the samt one IVICC Ilerythlng lS dlxldtd equllly Martha N Hooray Mr Lee sald vue d haye a test today raln or shlne Ellz Hartman XX el sllly XVhat are you hooraylng for' Martha tx It s snovylng Master James Sutton yyhlle drlllng home from school lhlS ey enlng had a sllght colllslon Wllh another ford He suffered a broken axle and had hls front fender badly bent HIS radlator yl as also badly multllated HOXV THEY AINSXVFR Irtshmln nt m lesson couldnt Sophmore Dldnt get my lesson because I forgot to take my book home JUDIOI' Much ls I vslshed to haye done my lesson last eyenlng lt was utterly lm posslble as I had an lmportant engagement Senlor Klnd madam a prelncapacltatlon prevented nocturnalatulm causlng a super abundance of lncapacltatulm whlch prevent ed nocturnal mental exertlon I thank you Ed K After all fools make llfe amus lng Vkfhen all the fools are dead I dont want to IIVC anymore R Alge Vw hat s that strange odor ln the assembly? Wayne C Oh' they re trylng to pre serve the dead sllence Rebecca E Do you llke popcorn balls? Eugen K I dont know I never was at one SUCH IS LIFL IN A HISTORY CLASS Dedzcaled to Mr Folk It was the second perlod On a gloomy Noyember day When Ilrpo started ravlng Much ln the usual XR ay He started vslth amendment one Stralght through to number ten XVhen a llttle bell rang bralely out And he yy as forced to end But alas I End to my great woe Illll"lgS are not dtstlntd to turn out Ior tho he comes to number en And ClllS on mt to gnc the gem And slovsly to nly fret I slung I'he dlrned old bell forgets to rlng' The rlch man has llls tum SIX Ilold Blgley says a man IS known by the Ihe poor man llls SIX tyxlns photographs he ktcps f N . .. , . V. U , I. . ' ' . : " ' l, ' 'Z I A I . v V. wr ' 4, ' I 1 - lr ls lr , ' ' , ' ' A V . . 7. . . . 7. V 1 I I ' - . .M. ' ' r lu 1 lx 4 ' 1 Q , ' f . 3 ' . 2 "Ai ' got y , ,, V . I 1- 4 1- 5 H I . . . V. K . 3 .. I Y. V lu lu if , yf V3 H ' ' lu lu lu lu lu 4 ' - .Y CROSSWORD EXCHANGE George SJ "Don't Worry, y0L1 WOIl't be," . 4 lu lu ' - D ll y . . l N - - I . lv il at , ,, c .: . ' y ' V ' x 1 x . . . . V It lr 4 'f ' v ,I , lu 1 la - V , I r ' - A t If. -' .: , h l ' - - ' " y : 4 lu 4 ' ' lu 1 x T- - ' 1 ' - t -- ' I '- ' v' ' .. Q - ' v v ' v K J THE QL XLITX IM AT SHQPI E FOR GL II CM Spccultx REIML ND 8, HAMM Keep Smdmg IF YOU ARE SICK S 1: L DR J C SINGLETON I1 I XCT Q Rr HOL H XXQOCR BL ICIX CO 1HL I I RXILI 118 E C1 mt md St FINDI xx OHIO THAT S ALL' ' J 'M ' ' Shw 'dcrs :L f 'z 6 N - - . C2111 155 , J Y I 310 X. Hain St. N26 N. Main St. 11. R. I 1f1f1J.1. 1 1 O C O 0 0 CH Qflplg 1 OR OP1'fS1'1'12 CU1' ' 'SIC Fra-Q I"4,..11v:1l1 Sc-rvicc tu Nuys ID " l .' "5 H 7 'LACK UF Sf Y 'Q U '. "2 "ff . Y 1. .. orler 1111415171-e 00. :no IYINUHEFTER 5f0f'e 414 S0HZhMdiH15'Z un MOTTOI' ALL we cm: env: ron -rn: Monsva NOT.ALL wg CAN on mon.: N,-,ogg THE HGME -'z '1 2 H' 'o' ' ' :1fc1': istcd 11614 w: VV1HCl'16StQ1 guns, dI'l1HlU.ll114l01l, b1JO1tll'1g' goods tools and cutle1y B P S palnts, Ja1n1shes, enamels and stalns Kyanme enamels, stalns and VdlHlbllQ'S Globe stoves, 1anges and fu1naces Monog1 am stoves and langes Rellable Tappan and Estate gas 1anges Chambe1s F11 eless gas 1anges Toledo F116l9SS cools stoves Ray glo gas heate1s, Estate heat1o1as Volhath Whlte enameled Wa1e M1110 and Wea1 Eve1 alummum WH19 Rlddle electuc l1g'l'1t1DQ fitments Nat1onal Mazda lamp bulbs Py1 ex and F1y Oven and table glass Wa1e Fany Colson veloclpedes, b1cycles and Wheel goods UH1VG1S21l household appllances UI11X7Q1 sal and H3mlltO11 Beach vacuum cleane1s Sunnysuds Tho1, A61 ob ll DeXte1 85 C1ystal QlGCtl1C Washe1s T11o1 gas and C16Ct11C ll 111115 Atwate1 Kent l3C11OS 1111 X L of X 111111111X 1111 1111 llllks 111 11111111 ll1CllSL. 1 11'e 1 1 K. . K. . , . , 'I l 1 6 n ' Q '1 1 I . V K. . . . . . . K . . . s . . , . . 'l 1 1- I . 'I 'l 1 V 1 N . . ,J . . L .K , .L 'W , I 'I L1 Q b. . lf' I? IKY. 12X'L'1"1'L'1ll1j', 1fx111c 111111 111Il'Q'L'SS 141111141 .X 111111 IZ 1111111-1'i1-s. 1X1sf1 1111 1'cc1s lP1.1P111L'1'11L'111S 111:11 SIJZICL' 1111 11111 111-1'111i1 111-i1'111v111i1111. ".S1111x1111l1ur1 111111r1lr?11-ui 11'1il1 111111 p11r1l111w' Class of 25 NCIQXIII XIII ISI ST XI ISI II S Central Drug Store Ihl HS 7 ffU,'l .W 'I v A H IX5 :xml XX'IiIlHI'l-1'l'f flllf 'YI I' UIVIIICN I Q U QUXLI AIKJFL' Buckeye Hardware Company lhe St0l'C mm Hwmllcs QUALITX Gooos 'md C uwmntees ENC1jtll1l1U It Sells I flifjrgqfiflg J - f 1. sIom 408 South Main Street Findlay, Ohio Is Putting the Golden Rule Into Busmess Outlitting the Famxly wlth Rellable Quallty Clothmg Shoes and Dry Goods Ready to Wea1 Always at Low Prlces Xxlme 8. Pendleton Kttomews 'md COL1IlSCllO1S it L'1w 40 6 LXXIII l rmlx Xx C L tar I nllcton C R l-losler Ridmtor FCI'lCl6'l fmd Body Repalrmv Agent for CHITI 1dge Hal 11SO1'l an Umted Motols Radlatols Bell Mam 813 W lf Q l Ill 1 c 1 lvl XX Nl mm C1155 7 . 2 Y -1 ' b 9 Q I' .Y . 7 L oc , 4 .A L 4 . dv C A b 1 7 41 d 7 . 4- 7 " g Bldg. ' 4 l7lNUl..XY, OHIO l F: ' .'.'ll1lC l1's ' 'L' 1 - I ' Rc: 'ourl lllJl5C F' dlzy, Jl in .W '. - 1' ' ui St. iiaallutnell Clinnstrurtwn Qllumpanp Qrcblterts anh Zgullhers jfmhlap Bbw Snappy Styles Popular Prxces A e T1me .,:::: fb xiii wil' , X Q Q cf cf 1 The newest thmgs ln Footwear that sell for S7 00 elsewhere our prxce PEOPLE S SHOE STORE We Llem 'md Llock All lxmds of HATS CRYSTAL HATTERS Sz SHINERS FIXDI AY OHIO GIA'1ClLl"lllOIl SLllllS 11 tom lmloltd neue t styles xxtt plttt lhu f1t better md l ok be ter lrlted S27 50 to S34 50 R P TEATSORTH Room 17 lone Block O cr Central Drug Store , Y f. Q4 ' ff? 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'i K X :lin 18- ' 7 Y ',l f4 Economybtore The Outdoor Mans Store 407 S Mam St NIen s IX1FHlShlUf XXc3rL,CfhJH1es Ilmncoiw Shoes IRX fX XIII IXI Campmg Equlpment X 11 IL ts 1I lu L 111111 Stoves LI 111kets 111111lete X1111x I ods Iept BGOQTFINDLXY IIX GIXNT CURDS 'Yip They WIII tell you a long and pleas mg story of serv1ce The Glant Tlre 81 Rubber Co Western and Lxma Ave BICREXEIXINDRX Launch V D1 y Cleanlng P1 essmg Phone Ihom XI 1111 409 I 201K Fumg Bldg I IXDLXX OHIO 111111 '111 1 11 I1 the p1c11111se ma L ,bood II 1 ws L f1 ILIII 1 I1 hands XUU15 1fe Sldlllg O11 1eI111 Let 1d Ill LIIX fm s 1111 XXTIMu Lmmduets X I XI Ix XI IX5LIx XX I F9 7 I lnrr C111 X 1111 L W ., 1 I 1 . ' . 1:19121-. ' I ' if , . . I ,r 5 B ' 1 - 4 'TS ,J v. .1 . 5 I s 17 '- 7 Y JI, .1-4 . gm ET.. L L . 131. I I vf, XYIC CAI ' . CO1 I .IZTIZ M L J 2 OF I ' .1 111 " 'II . ' ' XXX I ' ' ' IIS K Cl QU-JI. - J -, . 1' 1- fb L " . 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Rcpalrmg xxhxle you 1xa1t Surts Made to Measure l 110112 S71 W ILDI1 H hxouf B1 ar 1 1 Chas Peschel SHOP TAILOR 313 Buckeye Com.rnerc1a1 Bank Bldg I IXDL XX O C,lClI11I1g Pressmg Ixep urmg Ixellx S XX illpwper Store N The House of Quahty rr J K IO t K7 XI 5 1 N 5 1111 t rmdlab Ohm I md 1x Ohl0 409f S Ham O , 1 o FIN ,1 ',UIlIfJ X, - . Y . 100"', f ' ' ' L 7 -' 4. , , , A iq' .,,..1,.... , Y o ' -...Agp un afyurofon b'5'9!'S"0'! or ' ' ' ' ' ' '. 210 South Main St. . 1 1 Q-'Q 1 I . ' . V 3 . 3 X I . . A Y Y, , 'Q . . ' Sr. ' L L Uv- Burr X Co.. ' 1" c Q orc , ,, I . . , , -1 ... . 1 . , 7. . f N Findlay College f1rtS 771681 r Op ns Septembcr 8 1775 Com ses of Studx L1be1aI Arts, Edueatlon, RCIIQQIOH Busmess MUSIC, EXD1 QSQIOH, P1epa1ato1y P1e medlcal Llllfill 1I mc ublle Sdn I Nlusle Cum llJ1JlHN ed In the St lie SllIJLl1lllLl1ClLllt ot C s Cllirll 1 , ,ILL 1 LLIIIIIL L IL gut mul L nllmu I N Rev Wm Hc1111sGuVe1, A M D D x Ntucm llkll IJ x I"INIJI,4 Y. I H10 I Y S 1' 'I P L7 . ' . 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' 1 11 111-11 --1112 1 9 EDUCATIQN CQMES FIRST Then You Must Have GOOD C I UTI-IES H1011 would up 1tL 1 ood 111d I 1 flll 111117108 1011 dress 1 0111 sdf up 111 1 H1rt 5tl11ff11G1 and NI 11x Ol Clothu 1ft S111t tl1e11 style f111d q11'1l1ty IS the best BI GONIINCD XLF Q CONIPLIMEYTS The BLUFFTON LEWISBURG STGNE CO Standard Coal Co B1 t C1 1111s of C011 1110110 Nltllll ,100 .N A A .X - 1 1 1 J 74 1 ' ' EZQQ1 2 g 1 lf' ' "Z ., , 'fi ' L L L ' 4Xg'c11cy for Stctstm Hats W 1 4 L L 1 , I .1 N 1 1 QF o x5 1'Z xf 2 XY. V. XN'lSliI.lfY, M:111:1gc1' , v - '11 f N PEREECTIO CANNED VEGETABLES A Good Quality -X Lou Piice At Your Grocer Dzstrzbutrd by T I E X I' D Q R 5 E X 0 C 1ropract1c The XX oild S C116 Ittkt Health Science If IXIIL X41 I J ucut L 1 x my o LC I Q1 Q DR E C SNXDFR Chuoplactol Both Phones Q .JOuExxiu I d Fmdlwx O Slioutleuure SL Sou Stewm Hot XI ltei mcl X 11301 Ileitmff 5rUll1XlIll15I1 Ili ur fn X I IXDL XX OIIIO Ak 4 , . I . p , .Y-'i, , . , I I I O Y ! 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If you LC neur made another hare a happzer tum H7 life If you meer htlptcl a hrolhrr throuyh hrs struqalc and hz.s slrzfc lf you LL mrer bun a comfort to thc u,u1ry and the worn IVrll you tell us what you re here for zn Ihzs lorely land of morn If you ncur madl tht palhuay of somt mrqhhor qlou, Luth sun If you mur hrouqhl a hulvhlt to some fmllou hcart uzth fun lf you mur cheered a tozler that you lrted lo help along H111 you tell us what you re here for Il Ihre lonely land of sonq lt' you LL nucr made a tomrade ful tht uorld a sucrtrr place Becaube you ltued uzthzn ll and Qerred ll uzlh your qrace lf you L6 nerer heard a woman or a lrttlc chzld proclazm A blessznq on your bounty you rt a poor hand at the game L h lpn us me h uc been ted 1 1 Q o xx s I 1 Ill IL p lsslst UI C 1 x X llxflkx XIII x 5 I XNIIIIIJU I IQ XI ION I Olx Ul,Ix EXISII VCE Boys and g1rls look upon our Bank as Your Bank and let us aSS1St you to save and solve your HYIHHCIHI problems e Buckeye Commerczal Scwmgs Bank f N O 'Luc I 71 1 1 1 x Al- K- A X n 'W K- - xr ' IJ I7 11 I 71 I I ' 1 ' , . 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