Galion High School - Spy Yearbook (Galion, OH)

 - Class of 1930

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Q Y L I ' 1 I . ' t . 1 . ' '. ' - .' , ' ', ' A ' ' ' ' . to the matter of repairs, redecoration and added conveniences. ' ' '- . . . . A t L ' . . is xe . ' ' . . '. , . - V v , p x!! -' 8 l 3 0 U Q , A I .i . gf 0 U 5:1 'r' '- K J X' .- Q --4-lx -' LQ xxfc ,ff -file - SUPT -I F BEMILLER Nlr F Bemlller IS completlng hls second year as the successful Superlntendent of the Gallon Schools Durlng rhls tlme although he lS of a retlrlng natu e he has succeeded ln malclng a host of good frlends IH the schools and also outside of the schools Before comlng to Gallon Mr Bemlller held the posltlon 1s Sup rln enclent of the Falrfleld County schools Although hls present work 15 on a larger scale we feel sure he has proved hlmself as belng entlrely capslble of acceptlng the buldlng of the Gallon schools Nlr Bemlller IS 1 graduate of Ohlo State Unlverslty Ll'lV1hg a B S degree 'md an M A degree lh educatlon Hc 15 also a member of a very elccluslve Fraternlty at Oh10 State Phl Delta Kappa He h1s shown the utmost t1ct 11 deallng wlth the many slluatlons whlch are contlnually confrontlng hlm and ln thls w'1y l'l1s endeared hlmself ln the hearts of the students PRINCIPAL W L SWICK Mr Swlck 15 probably the buslest teacher ln Gallon Hlgh School He lS the school treasurer and teaches PhYSlCS 'ind Chemlstry Thls year he was lnstrumental ln organlzlng Chemlcal Soclety for the lnterest of the more progresslve Chemlstry students BCS1d9S thls he IS Prlnclpal of the Hlgh School Manager of the Athletlc ASSOCIBYIOH Sponsor of the Spy and Advlsor to the Senlor Class and ln h1S spare tlme he takes hls dog tor a wall: Pop IS flnlshlng hls Hfrh year 'ts prlnclpal and ln all IhlS tlme he has never been heard to complain about hls heavy clutles Many dreary Chemlstry class would have been worse f Pop had not come to the rescue wlth joke even though the vlctlm was ln the class When the students encounter some dlfllcult problem Mr SWlCk 15 generally the one who solves If ln hls usu1l efhclent manner The Spy Staff takes fhlS OPPOFIUHIIY to thank Mr SWlClC for hls excellent adVlC9 and to wlsh hlm many years of happlness and success ln hls chosen work agfillrg N W Al-If SP1 'Q' 5' 0 1 gwaes a fl Q 1 ' 1 9 . . . i l . 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F r I . 3 I L 3 f I K, ' ff f x ' ' ' K ' I, or J- 'ao- -rrusf sp' MISS GRACE WESTON MATHI MAI ICS P1 B Oberlin As assxstant p lnclpal tl Hugh School ant Sponsor at C nr t-serves Mlss Wcsttntm has gun proof tl 1t lt a mot 4 rut-nr person But she aso ttachts m1thtm1nr an we are surf. a stu dent nt-xrr Comes away from htr la wxthout havlnp, Hrs! arquxred sonw knowledge of hgutes MR D L SHAIILR MANUAI ARIS Valparausn Normal School Gallon Hugh School considers Mr Shaffer a vary valuable asset Undtr hls excellent tutelage the hoys have turned out some extremely credntable work He makes the work so nntercsrung that lt ns a pleasure to he In his class In the future when you read about some f IIC'-t' p,rvat cabmet makers or axclntt-cts you mll thunk hack to thc tumc whtn Mr Shaffer taught those vtry s1mt hnys MISS LOUISE JOHN Ph B University of Chlcago It ts Miss ohns duty to mltlale the curious into the mysterxes of the Spanish language She also has charge of directing the foot steps of the Seniors lt- Fngllsh four Bc-stdes these she xs the Ad visor for the Lantern and ccnches the Debating teams sending them to many vlctorxes MISS MARY MATHER LA I'IN A I3 Ohlo Wesltyan It ns due to Mtss Mathers unnnng efforts that xt passable for us to have a Iatln Club ln our school She makes Caesar Vtrgll and Cicero so reahstlc that her pupils are able to understand and p preclate them more She It xs who guides the untors through a trying year MISS HILDA MILLER ENGLISH 3 A B Ohio State M A University of Chncago This year Miss Miller had the task of mtroduclng the untors into the mtrucacnes of the English language and the Idylls When they emtrge from Miss Millers class they look so lnsptred we feel sure they have heard some wonderful things She also had charge of the study hall and If tt hadnt been for her help some of those xnno cent Sophomores would have Hunked tn Geometry 'QW 0 ' E. I dvd so eseI , j rfl? fi 7 . 0 0 l 5 H , l l I. .. Y r' ' of w . I I . of xl - I l R J .. . ', , 1" 1 If :s1'1:s s 'ffl I i' I R t - 1 t l 5 d i- u U . ' .' ' t' ss ' v ,- SPANISH. ENGLISH LITERATURE I, X . . y I R I I 3 - 1 5- l ' ' ' . ' F- ' , 1 - A 'V , , 2' 5 . Z - 4 I A Wg I rl Cari- MISS HILDA SCHOOLEY B A Ohio Wesleyan Although not very large Miss Schooley is doing big things This year she ts one of the Advisors to the Girl Reserves and also has charge of dire ting the singing at G R meetings Miss Schooley is Gne singer and also a good reader and if what she wants la Dramatic Societyl comes true she will be its coach and everybody is hoping we can form just such a society MR XV I SWICK PHYSICS AND CHEMISTRY Ohio University Mr Swick conducts classes in Physics for the uniors and Chem :stty for the Seniors hestdes all the other activities in which he par ncipates The job of Principle of a large High School is no snap as he can testlfv, Hts p'easlng personality makes him many friends in his class rooms and outside MR C D MOLDER SOCIAL SCIENCES Ohio Wesleyan The personal adv sor to all the students Thats Prof This school tty to handle any ltlnd of a situation Even at that he is a mighty good History teacher because when he teaches you a thing you stay taught He is also the malrstay of the HIY club and this is no small Job from the rumors that float around the school MISS ISABELI E BURKHART COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS Bach of Com Science B S in Education O T S Ohio Northern This is Miss Burkharts third year as a teacher and every one is in favor of keeping her She teaches the Seniors Typing and Short hand and the unlors Typing She is developing several speed queen in her Typing classes showing what a good teacher she is MISS ARVILLA EMMENEGGER COMMERCIAL SUBJECTS I3 S un Education Bliss Bus College Columbus Miss Emmenegger teaches Shorthand to the stumbling un :ors and Commercial Law to the uniors and Seniors She also us an advisor to the Lantern Staff and this is no small task She makes her subjects so interesting that you cant help but learn from er Miss Emmenegger aso graduated from G H S several years ago with highest honors !"i""m 1 YM IX X sg AHI' 5 ' i ' f-K T "s 47 . f X S , , -J T 7X ?'- A Ei v w ' P . C. . . D - . . , . gi absolutely couldn't get along without him. with his red ties. and abil- J . , 'I . . 5 . F , J ' , . . Q Q . h . it I X 4 1 i ' 30 Q X Y v I K ' E sc' ,I -. WWQX R M 1 THE SP' NIISS HEI LN IVIANDEVILLE I-NCI ISH GIRLS ATHI FTIC DIRLC TOR A B Wcycuster 'und Ashland Chaunuquxa School t' I uu mu Mandys sncond ynar at Cnluon Hugh School and dur In IIN lfnc 5 10 ln1n1L,C O M n Cx Cl' LII' lf1 'of 100 ca sue put on ovnlty Nuyht and thus year she had sont tuunu, unlurcly duffcrcnt She was aso notuc lor her snap quuues CO Nfli FRED MCCI INTOCK ATI-Ilbllc DIRECTOR HISTORX Ashland College The popular Athletuc Coach and albo Hustory tearher had hus h1nds full thus year He developed fine Football and Basketball teams besudes unstructung the dugnufued Senuors un Huatoru Wluule un college he uas a star athlete an eems to have unstulle some of hu own bp rut unto hus teams MR H V OBERLANDER Ohuo Stare Everybody lukes Mr Oherlander because he us always smulunu, and wullung to help wuth anythung that us needed around the school He has ch'1rge of the Shop and operates tht mouuc unachunc Hu dream for a new Shop buuldung has come true and ut must seem he has ev erythung hus heart could desure MR R R LHRHART SHOP A I5 Otterheun uu mar r uu uaut e so s 1 l has u.,uxen u u us acc B d t stra urettor d votung, l hs tumt to teachunu., un the new Shop Ocrasuonally he has appuarcd on Chapul probrams un counpanv vuuth hub Hobo Luartttu and Lnurtauned us MISS NOLE N WOLFE DIRLCTOR OI' HOMI: ECONOMICS AND BIOLOGY B S Ohuo State Unuversuty Mu s Wolfe was un Galuon Hugh for only half the school term but clurung thus short tume :he made many frucnds Mus: Dowlet has come to Full Muss Wolfe: place and from all unducatuons she us fillung capably ag 414 11M lf ,A , 4? ' 44 . K f ' 0 Q , . ' : , . o 'hys .H N Q' .. ... K' H .1 v . ug tl . t ,I . . ' d t 'u the lukunug of ' y ' l . l l, Last y- r .l HN ' L . ' . . u '- l ' ' ' ' ' - . ', l. -l ' - , ., O v, , d S . ' d . s SHOP O 1 . ' l . vb 'I'l s y' M , El 'l has he uu . hul.y th.t ue , 1 ' u h pl - aa an and Or'ho. D' ' an us de ' Y al u, - . K .V , , . . . It A I t 8 30 I ' , - 4 f S I, sc' J J -p x c-,J- AN! MISS HELEN STROW HOME ECONOMICS B S Ohio State Nlxss Strow Is assistant Home Economlcs teacher and ls glvmg the gxrls some mxghty good Ideas ln scrvlng and cooking Her duties cl not brmg her to the Hxgh School very often so the students do not know htr very well but at that she Is well lxked MR I-IARTLEY D SNYDER INSTRUCTOR OF MUSIC Ohio State Mr Snyder made hls debut to the Gallon Schools thxs year a me first Instructor of musnc who has devoted all hrs tame to teaching music alone for several years He has several large choruses and the Band and Orchestra ln Hugh School He has made many friends by hxs Fme personalnty and has gnven the students a Ener apprecxanon of hood musxc MISS LOUISE BIEFELD SCHOOL NURSE Ph B Dennison U R N Western Reserve U Miss Blefeld came to us from Granville O and ls our school nurse She Is supposed to keep all the students In health She welghs them every month and In the grades she has programs for the smaller chlldrrn This Is her first year In the Gallon Schools and she has made her proeram so mterestmg that everyone ns nn hopes that she will be back agaxn next year MISS ELIZABETH BLAND SUPERIN1 FNDFNT s SECRE1 ARY When anything ls lost ln school It is usually Elxzabeth who Fund t and when some information 1s wanted she hunts lt up She ls a real frxend to all the students and she certamlw, ns appreclaterl MISS VELMA RESCH ASSISTANT SECRETARY ro THE SUPERINTENDENT Velma ls another valuable asset In the office and ns always smnl Ing, and ready to glve her servuccs She seems more llkc a student comes to school but just doe nt attend classes anymore Anyway we need Velma and hope we dont lose her very soon Qu r ff ll Il-1' 4 SP - - XX13 ,f or Ng. A SXi7ri '73 ' I '. I, I . .: 4' .S "X Z s 76' 2 "A or' n I I Q fig 'DK SIL E CVR .DSCLZJ-TIIE, Semors in cc T1 3111 TX + X ' A E II CT , E T , QQ , -. UIQ DIL Q13 Ig. 1 ,S ::'4fa'QrXSe ' f' " ' Y' S: 'rms Sf' lse- XVALTER DIl'SI'lVl NICTOR SLOANI- IORREST HAHN DANIEL POSTANCI: Prestdent Vxce Prestdent Secretary Treasurer SENIOR CLASS HISTORY One bright September mornmg mn nnaeteen hundred and twenty sux the class of 30 lone hundred and forty seven students! entered the new unlor Htgh School as mnth gradt pupxls this bemg 1 desngnatnon not famllxar xn the ann xls of Gallon Hugh School BV the latttr part mf September our cl ass was properly organized with MISS Hilda M11 ltt as sponsor The ofhcers elected were lrtsldent Douglas Young Vice President Gilbert Herr Secretary, Marjorle Bosler, and Trcasur r Daniel Postance The class colors chosen were orange 1nd whnte The next fall our class entered the Hall of W1SdOm fthe Senxor Htgh Schooll 15 Sophomores After a short time spent nn lJCC0l11l!'1Q accustomed to the stares and ridicule of the upperclassmen we held a class meeting and elected our OHTICCFS Presldent Richard Horn Vxce Prestdent Gxlbert Herr, Secretary Nlarjorxe Bosler, and Treasurer, Ulah Gilmore lVl1ss Englehart and Nlr Molder were tht sponsors The hrst socxal affaxr of the year was 1 wxener roast held at Erxclcsons Grote Last but not least was the Sophomore party shlch nas a grand success another beaunful September day and our class 15 assembled tn the audttortum l IS time as dignified untors The class officers chosen for the year were Preslclent Kenneth Wtnetrout Vlce Pres ldent Doug as Young Secretary Emma lDUI'ESCl11 and Treasurer Fred lxflyers Miss Mary Mather sponsored the class In the opznxon of the umor class of 78 and 79 the best lssues of the Lantern were pubhshed under our management vuth Nlxss Wlarjorte Bosler as the Edttorxn Chtef The Junior class play Bab was 1 xery decxded success The annual umor and Senmor Receptxon brought the unlor year to a close Thxs 15 the great exent H1 hxzh school ltfe and the one that all students who travel the halls of dear old G H S antxcxpatc wxth great pleasure After a vacation wlnch seemed all too short the class of 30 began their Senior year The class officers were elected Presxdent Walter Dlestm Vtce Presxdent, Vtctor Sloane Strtt rx Porrt t llann and Treasurer lJ'lI1lCl Postance Vltss Grace Weston acted sponsor The members of the Spy Staff were elected and hate worked very hard to make our annual the best and most attractxve one The Ed1tor 111 Chxef was Victor Sloane, and the Busxne s Manager Douglas Young The class enjoyed a wxener roast at Rocky Mountain farm The Semor Class play was the crownxnf' dramatxc effort of the class and was very well presented The class was well represented tn all Fields of sport tn debate and musxc The Class of 30 has the dtstuactxon of bexng the largest class to graduate from G H S There are 108 m mbers tn the class Commencem nt was the fanal e ent tn the happy and prosperous four years of Hugh taoo lt r L 1 20 Nlav tht class be long rtmtmbtred H1 the annals of our Alma Mater Al IFNE ARNDT '50 M 1014 L alla if .L Il . t - t . - . , t . . . t A . . 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Q? seg Mfr- zN-fx 7, - P? of 4 THE 4 .s'Py ALIENE ARNDT LILLIAN BAYLOR A qulet un'1ssum1ng Semor Forlzuds much convers1t1on Chorus 1 4 Gym Exh1b1t1on 3 G Chorus l 4 Gym Exh1b1t1on 3 G G R 4 A Perplexmg Sxtuatxon 2 L1r1tern A S '15 3 Spy Staff 4 Love P1rates of l-la vnu 7 Usher 4 G G A A Advxsory BO'll'd 4 Latm Club 7 Class Hnstorxan l 4 Favor Com Sr Rc 3 Lea er shp 3 4 Sprmgtlme 1 GENEVIEVE ARTER A true bl'1clc lrured lass Chorus l Gsm Exh1b1t1on Z 3 G R 3 4 r H1gh School Orchestra l S Hlgh School Orchestra 7 3 4 Latm Club G A PAUL BALDINGER Our hot lrmjo player Chorus l 3 4 H Y l Cl'11rm1n u slc Com Sr Rec 3 r H1gh School Orchestra 1 Sr Hxgh School Orchestm 3 L-mn Club 7 4 Novelty N1ght 3 Or 'mge incl Blue Orchestra 3 Orange and XVh1te Orchestra 1 VIILDRED BAUER Sl'1XllC 'md the world smlles Wlfh you R 4 Chorus 4 Gym Ex ll ucn M 'Q ARCHIBALD BEACH Answer to 1 Sen1ors priyer C orus 3 4 H1 Y 1 Dec Com lc 3 1r1cl H1 School Orchestra 1 Orange and Blue Or chestr1 3 Orange and Wh1te Orchestra Chemxstry SOCICCY 4 Stage Nlgr Bab Regulv Sage Mgr 4 Novelty Nlght Sprung Football lVl r 3 All State Chorus 4 Gob uartette 4 CARI BESSINGER A mister mech'1n1c Shop Basketball Class Basketball XVOODROVU BESSINGER Future firem-1r1 L-atm Club Chorus 1 . wfl-:fe 05013 ,X ll , 2, 2 ' " Q - , 5 ' " 9 - - . 1 'K A ' ' " g . 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M- ' 1 1 L - - ' f' -1 atm 3 . .lv A,c' A- ,.,-- :.U,...fe1E1MA1sf-.1 THE , SP' f . 1 t 1. ..'.1,1 PAULINE BOOTH GENE CALLENDER ust a Semors sweetheart Gym EXl1lblfl0h 7 3 Pres G G A A 4 Varsxty Basketball Class Baslcetln1ll 4 Love P1r1rc5 of I-lawau Z P1oneers P1poo5e C1 ers 1p 3 Us er or '11 bww 3 Sprmgumel hcerful genume 'incl manly C1155 Footloalll 7 Xwirsxty pootlrill Class B B 3 4 Varsxty Baseball Z 3 Shop Football 2 3 Foothill 'ind B 'I-Y'lll'lL'I 3 Foothill 'ind B B lVlgr rifle l Sr R Dec Com 3 Chorus l Cl1s5 l315cl3'1ll 7 MARJORIE BOSLER lglCl" f-'lYOI'llC 'iIT1XlSE'l'T'lCl"lf'i 'IFC d'll1Lll'lg ll muslc md hols A llllllrl C'1ru5o rchestra 3 4 Class Secre wry I S r1nt1t1mc latm Club Gym Ex 111t1o11 2 3 l711n15t for C orus 7 G A Ed lintm rn Pd II1 C'h1c l 'murn 3 lou Pxritts of Him 111 P1111 t Novelty Imght 3 Octctte Pnmst 7 O1 11150 'incl XYfl'llfC Orcl1c5tr1 l H l UC ll l l Cl F'Vll-NTS mrus Sprmg 1mc xt 1r1tc5 1 1w 111 Pmnccr 5 71 woosc- Nou I N1 xt 3 All State C l'lO!LlS 4 Qrchestm l Pmneers Pipoose pl'll'1lSI A Pcrplcxnx S1tu1t1on lVlu51C om for r r ca. 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THE 43 s.5Py LEOTA CONOWAY likes her own w1y Chorus Z 4 Cvym Exhxbltxon 7 3 Gxrl erve 4 Sprmgtxme Love 1r1tL's of l11w11l G G A A ROSS COOK Ross c1nt gossxp 1ss Footb1ll Cl1ss B B 7 3 sxly Foo b1ll 3 4 Chorus 4 Gvm Exhxbx mon 3 MARY AGNES CRIM C1 G A A 4 L1t1nClub7 Gm hlbltmon 3 Chorus 1 Baseball 3 GERALDIINE CRUMB The Spy trust orus 1 L1 111 C u L1ntern 1 3 y 15 .1 G A X 4 Usher 4 Gym Exhlbxtxon 3 MIRIAM DANNER One ot the few tall Semor gxrls Chorus l Gym Exhlbxtlon 3 G G A 4 Sprxngtxme 1 PAUL DICE A new 1dc'lxt1on this yc1r C1lcCl0n11 H gh School I 2 3 WALTER DIESEM Futxsre Worlds Greatest Surgeon orusl 3 4 Latm Club 2 A er plexmg Stuatlon 7 Lantern Staff 3 P r ec Athletlc Hero a 3 Debate 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 All St1te Chor us 4 Cl1ss Pres 4 Gob u1rtette 4 ROBERT DILL Prmce ot m1n1gers orusl 4 H 4 L1tm Clu Che-mxstry Society 4 Football Mgr 3 4 Sprmgtxmc alilln Jr" 1' 3 3M?? 'X H , 1 ' " -, 1 ' g ' " g . . A. lies ' Z, 3, g H ' ' N lg U , Q " ' ' " , P1 V . . 3"' 29 .... 4. ., P K . . .. 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THE f SP' BETTY DORAN CLIYIOSIYQ k111ec1 1 c1t but not me 1orus 1 2 4 Love P1r1tes of 1 x 111 111 u G A A 4 Gym Ex111b1t1o11 5 C1111r I11v1 11111111 Com r Rec ITVIMA DUR TSCHI L1111111 mms our 1p11rux11 S L 101' 1111 1r111s of H1XV11l P1011 Lrs P1poos1 111 x 1 111011 Z 1 1111 Pre 4 1V1L!'1U Lom r 1 L or A A Bo1r 11 L11 1g 1 H 111 gr 111 x11.lt1 4 11'1dnrs11p 1 UCI1 IL LIJWARIJS X 11 studxous Sunlur MARIANNA ENGLF: A1w1ys knows 11cr lessons ' 1orus I 111111 Club ROSEI IA IABIAN 1VI11u.s 1 1111111 s1rok1 111 S11orr111nd 11or11s 1 1 Gy111 1201111111011 C11ss 115 0111111 4 4 Us 101' Lovc H1v1 A MANCJARI T IIEI D 111x1s to sw1111 1 4 C11ccr1e1C1er 111 I5 111 Lx 11 1111011 7 C1155 1rs11y B B 7 G G 111 1.11111r11 Sm MARY I-INDI EY XXNA K XTHI EEN 14161 H I R T ly ungomcnncd 1551011111- 111 x IYLUCI 131 111111115 more KWU5 1 Vm Xujlfmn I5 1010 11 1 C 1ss 11s1 1 r 11 A A LCTCILFSIIXIH Usher 4 1.11111 Cu Ai !" 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Q . 3- sx P., QT into 4 Hi ' Q Q41 ' X1 " , 1 -1 I +- ?x8:'?,k NAA Y - 572 ffm 4 s.sPy ...,.,,.. ...Q-vw LEONA FRANK FIFIS l1Le 1 WlCl0W pr1ngt1m CI Ss B B ow. l71r1 cs of H'zw'a11 Gym Exh1b1t1on rrplemn SHUT IO 1 G VICQ Athletm He o No 015 Nlqht 3 1.1'1ter11 S 111 3 C 155 H1SIOYI1l1 3 Chorus l Dec Co RC3GGAAx4USh0T GEORGE PREDERICKS Other boys trouble CICDAHCU H1 1 School C11ro I11 1 lh11rr1slJL1rgh I41gI1 School H1rr shurgh C or 3 4 H1 h School Orch r111 e 1 1 B L Orc1 3 ec om Sr Rec F1 11 4 C'1pt1111 4 DONIS GARVERICK 'Xn unknown 'lrtxst Y 7 H1Y l Chorus r hestr1 7 Loxe 71r1tLs 1vw 111 131011091 s P1poosL A 1 lctxc Nlqr 1 Chem1c1l Somers 4 IVAH GAAIATNER C11 cert111lv ncltlo the norms 1or IS 1 Loxe Pxrate ot H1w 111 7 Orches r1 7 R C111 ne 4 Gym 11151 1,11 O1 A 1 C IC Hero 3 MUSIC Com Sr R c 3 1-lead Usher 4 ULAI-I GILMORE Study 1nd prof1t 15 her motto rchestr1 I 2 3 L1t1n Clu kl'lS Tre1s A Perplexmg S1tu'1t1on Ln h 3 Athletlc Hero 3 Mgr ol b111 3 C115 B B 4 Choru 2 111 Q 'md Wh1te Orch l Usher 4 G R C1b111ct 4 L111ter11 Staff 3 I AXVRENCE GOLDRICK 1 ltnov 111y mmd and you w11l sec srre1t m1r1 someday I shall he Lccsvllle Hlgh School l Class B B Menu Com r Sr Rec 3 Ifmtern 51 3 Spy Surf 4 Orchestra Z 3 4 1 3 4 Lann Club Cl1em1cal EDWIN GUINUP Bus lxkes blondes ns 13 B 3 4 Class Footb Shop 13 13 3 4 Chorus 1 Tr1clc Cl1ss 1315013111 FORREST HAHN A re1' cl1rlc h11rcc1 hero H1 Y S H1 Y 4 Orchestrn 4 C115 Sec y 4 X ICQ Pres Chem1cal Soc Sprmgtxm Orch 1 Loxe Plrates 1 I-l1w11 Orch F110 Com r r R c 3 All bme Orch A Perplex1r1g 1tua1 11111 a fl M04 'Ye H 1 'V I A j' .1 . ,Y "S ' ' 'SAA 11 .1 . .1, 24 NL Y- . , , .,.. ,T . . . , O . , , , 4g . b 23 ., . . -, ... f-. 1 7- .. - - V H 3, U h . 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Q., . ,J .....,- - . - ERMA MUMFORD Her future IS all pl1r1neCl C orus Z 3 4 All State Chorus 4 Love P1r1tes of H1W11l 2 Pioneer 1 oose G G Club 4 G 4 Gym Exhxbuon 7 3 FRED MYERS Blows 1 mighty tunt N 'trsxty Footb1ll 4 Hx Y I Tre1s H1 Y 4 H1 Y 2 3 4 Chalrman of Dec om Sr Rec 3 and 1 H1 Orch Z Orange and Blue Orch 3 Orange 'md Wfhxte Orch Z H S Or h 7 4 L1t1n Club 7 3 4 Pres Latm ub 4 Orch for Pxoneers Papoose 3 Treas r Class 3 ALICE JEANETTE NESS orus I 2 Gy Ex A Love P1r1tes of H1w1u Pioneer s I 1poose 3 L1t1n Clu R MARGARET P ATTERSON H15 1 w1y f malung frxencls Chorus 1 G m Ex 3 one-ers P1ooose 3 Love Pxrates of Ha u111 r H1 Orc CAROL PFEIFER Her hobby IS clanclng Ciorus 7 3 4 Gym Exhxbltxon 2 3 Cl1ss B B 1 Novelty Nrght 3 Pxoneers P1poose 3 Love P1r1tes of H1wa11 Z V1rs1ty B B Z MAX PHIPPS A big husky Senxor V1rs1ty Footb1ll 1 7 3 Cl1ss Footbill ss B 2 3 4 Chorus DANIEL POSTANCE Has found hls Ideal at l1st Chorus 1 7 Love Pxrates of H1w111 tin Club 7 Cl1ss B B C1pt 3 Cl1ss TYEHS 1 4 Stage Mgr 2 4 Stage Mgr for Bab 3 Lantern Sm? 3 Invltatlon Com r Sr R c 3 xstry Society 4 JOANINAH POSTANCE H15 1 repumtxon for bt-mg lqdy lxlte 1 e 1te S cv 4 Chorusl 4 Gym Ex 3 tern Staff 3 Loxe P1r1tes of Haw1u G G A A 4 Vxce Pres 4 Latm lub Cl111rman ol' 'Vlenu Com r Sr Rec Le1clersh1p 3 4 Spy Staff 4 MM I xf 'Ia px IX Hrv-G h - , . 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" ' ' 11 Gy SI-1'b"1 3, .I A 1 ,-1- - , - -I I 4 V' C1 , 2, 3. 4g 1 .... : Gym "1 'xl . lx ' ' 3. ,fm IO , 1 1 4 ' 'so sf - 1 1 A 6678 : I If - - .z X Xlr -jj-3 Q . -'fr ' IX Df. 33 . 7 N THE 4 e.5'Py PAUL Sl-IEPARD PAUL SHUMARER lkc-cps everyone smlllng S ungume 1 Chorusl 34 G Exhlbtuon 3 Class B B 3 4 Varsx otl31l 4 Bandl 7 3 4 Jr l-lxzh r cl es F1 1 Omnge 1nd Blue Orchestr1 3 High School Orehestr1 3 Love P1 r1tes of H1w111 St1ge Mgr 3 out 1 IX gr ESTH ER SHUMAKER Blue eyes h1th charm Chorus 1 4 Gym Exhtlnltlon 1ss B love Plrates of 1 HOXVARD SHLJMAKER Is scrlously consxdermg mkmg up plumbmg Orches F1 3 4 Chemxcal Soctety our P1r1tes ol l'l1w111 Band 3 4 LLJCII I F SHUNIAKER lltencls to he somelooclx s better l11ll R A Sprlnsztxme luxe P1r1tLs of H1xx111 orus 1 xJXI'I1 EX Helps the strw ones ln Chemlstry Corus 1 Cl1ssB B 4 H1Y 4 L1 fl Club 2 3 Gym Exhxbltlon 3 VICTOR S OANE Behold the gre1t Ed1lOF uorus 1 Vxce Pres Sr Cl1ss B1 3 The Athletlc Hero 3 A er p evcmg S1tu1t1on Love P1r1tes 1w111 Bancll 3 4 Jr High r chestri 1 Orange and Whlte OrChestr1 1 Orange 1nd Blue Orchestra 3 r H1 Y 4 Chr of Rmg Com Prog!-lm Com r Sr Rec Ed m Chlel' Spy 4 JOSEPHINE SMITH Love does much look 1t 'nc Chorus l 3 4 Gym Exhxlbxtxon R Z 3 4 Tre1s of G R 4 HL Sc o Orch Ploneer s P1poose 3 oxe P1rates of H1WHll G Cl A 4 Rlng Com lNlARH SNIITH XX rxtes letters to someone 1n IDCFIWHCL Chorus l 3 4 Gym Exhxhltxon G r Reserxe 1 7 3 4 C1hmet 4 Sprmg rlme Pxoneer s P1poose 3 Love r1tes of H1Xk11l G -X 4 R1 Com 3 8 634400 WLM' it , X N . . ,. 4 h - z - - V 4 '- z tri . p' g , Z, , g ym , Z ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 1 . , Z, , g 'ty Fo rl g , -, , 3 . 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V NORWOOD SMITH LOWELL STREETER Has 1 h1g acquamtance m thc unlor A mas er shopman Class VBFSIIY Footb1ll Z Cliss Football 1 2 A Perplexmg Sltuatxon Z Servmg 355 Bqgeball 1 2 3 355 Com Sr Rec 3 KATHRYN SPEARS KENNETH STUTZMAN Shes m1ghfY Sweef Cwpturcd un ors hcirt Sprmgtzme 1 Chorus 1 Z Gym Ex -155 B B 1 C-I Stage Class B B 3 Lantern Staff 3 ova M 1- 3 1r1tes of H'1W1ll 2 G G A A 4 4 Usher D XVID TENNANT Mhl VIL! L SPERRY Phys thu crmggemred no m Flhc boy w1th the b1g liugh 10 FIC! 4 Cl1SS B B 3 Y nc om r ec r 1 OVUS I 155 Orch I Ormnge 1nd Wfhxtc Orch 1 Or 'ISS F00lb'1ll I Sh0P Fflofbqll 1 'mgc sand Blue Orch 3 H1gh School Orch Sh0P B B 7 3 4 VVSUY Foofbflll Z 3 4 Lum C111 3 4 A Perplexxng PIOHCGYS PWPOOSC 3 Tffifk I SlfU'lIlOH Novelty N1ght 3 Chorus 1 KENNETH STAI L Likes to play baseltnll BEAT-RICE VIOLET S1lence IS golden Chorus 1 Cliss B'1seb1ll 7 Class Foot V1rs seball 7 3 Bmcyrus I-'ngh l G A A M04 3 ' S 'iwsfs M 'R ' ' ' H 4 2 Cl . L, f , 4g Cl B. Bf 1f - . 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I7 1 L f' 4 Kg 1 ' H-Il: '.5PJ MERIAL WEBER Good thxngs come clone up ln sm1ll packages orus 1 2 G m x 3 C 'iss B Sprm time G 4 Inv1t'1t1on Com r r R c Loxe Plmtes of Hawau 2 G G A A 4 Ring Com 3 Novelty Nxght 3 Leicl L lp 3 4 V'1rs1ty B B Z RICHARD WEIR Celebrdtecl comednn DOYLE WH EATCRAFT lvlotorcycle speed lung l-l1Y 1 Senior HLY 4 EARL WIENER A prodigious worker wlth 1 grew: future KENNETH VUINETROUT A founmm of knowledge? Lead me to ll Class Pres 3 Lum Club Varslty B B Mgr H 'Q MARY WISLER Is 1 good cool: Chorus I 7 3 Gym Exluxlaltlon 3 P oneers P1poose 3 Love Plritcs of H1 XV'1ll G A A AN TOINETTE YOCHEM H15 1 surprxsmg future ym Exlubxtxon 3 Chorus 1 3 Sprlngume Pioneers Papoose 3 DOUGLAS YOUNG A true son of Gallon Hxgh 1 Dec Com r Sr Rec 3 L'mtern Staff Business Mgr of Spy 4 H Y 1 B Mg 3 L1t1n Club 7 lee Pres H1 Y 4 Athleuc Hero 3 A er plexmg Sltuuxon Advisory Council 3 Footlnll 4 Rmg Com CHRISTINE ZELLER u1e of manner Pmnecrs Papoose Love Plrates of awau Z G G A A IKM 30 M H l C , -, 9 1 V' L H i- Ch , , 4g y E . Z, g l. ' l " 5 " A . .- B. , 1, Z, 3, 4g H ' g' 7' 13 . R. . "" Z3 G .... 4. 2, 3, 3 '. ' . J .-S. e . 3g -rsh' , g lt 7' . , . 3 In G ' h 4' 3 , , 43 . .,.. . 1? ,, . , .. q Jr , l . ,h Chorus lg Class B, B. Z, 3g Class Pres. ' ' ' s . . J .- - . L - lg ' . 3 i- , 2, 3, 4g B. . r. g . ' -g V' h -. 2 U V -y Z ff P - . . K . ,. 2? . . , H ' ' ' ' ' . - N -ll 1 2, 3, Z V . 3. ,, K. Q ... . 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'22 CL 'DIL UXL 2 Qffx R Cx JIILIIYQJIL Under Cfassmen QQ dm muvv wi Eff A' 'H f 'D Q1iLs A if 3 II- i I A 1 E A , v- , -- 33 ' jrqifz, 2-zexfgt THE SP' an XVOODROW CRISSINGER IOI: BElVlIILl:R DORCTHY NICHOLS MARTHA IFERER Presnoent Vlce Prestd nr Secretary Treasurer THE JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY l RESHMEN On September 1 I977 one hundred 1nd twenty Freshmen entered the 1JOI'l'll9 of the unlor Hlgh School We could not la con :dared green lxttle Lreslnes 1n tl IS c1se l9ec1use we were the oldest class of the school We chose Miss rhlda lVl1ller for our sponsor 1nd elect ed for ofhcers President Edward Hoeltstr1 Vice Presment Wtllnm McAdam Secret1ry oyce B1ld1nger and Tre1surer Ruth Dmmond Despite the f1ct that we were housed nn 1 different school we were well represented tn v1rs1ty athletxcs 1nd received much notice from the upper classmen The tug of w1r contest w1s d1srg1rded th1t ye1r but we dmd hold our cl1ss ptcmc at Seccalum Park SOPHOMORES After a short summer v1cat1on we left the new unlor High to enter the Senior Hlgh which we would have entered 1s Freshmen had ll not been for the crowded conditions D1sreg1rd1ng the jeers 1t our greenness we qulckly settled down 'ind under the gu1d1nce cf Miss Hoffman and Mr Molder we elected for Pres1dent Don Sc1rborough Vice President r11nlnow colors as our class colors Later ln the year due to res1gn1t1ons we made 1 ch1nge ln ofhcers oe Bemxller rose to the post of presxdent and DHHUY Ryan was elected vxce pre xdent Martha Feerer substxtuted for Dwlght Bersmger as tre1surer We held our hrst social event th1t year 1 vvlener roast 1t Rocky Mountaxn f1rm L1ter xn the year we gave 1 l1rge party m the gymrnslum at whnch the program commlttee pre sented the First Sophomore Class play We l1ter g1ve thxs s1me pl1y tn 1ssembly The Soph omore boys came 1I1t0 the ltmelxght by wxnnlng the mter cl1ss ln1slteth1ll ch1mp1onsh1p The gurls 1lso recetved l1urels tn thls field by defe1t1ng the unxor gurls m both b1sltetl31ll 1nd volley h1ll Our class 1lso revealed tts xntellectual 1b1l1ty by lnvmg the most of the three cl1sses to rece1ve A and B awards JUNIORS We jumped mto our third ye1r with lots of pep 'md enthusnsm At our First c1ss meetxng vue wisely elected 1s Presxdent Woodrow CYISSIDQICI' The other officers 1re Vice President oe Bennller Secre ary Dorothy Nichols 1nd Tre1surer 'Vlarth1 Feerer o lowing the tradxtlon of the school members of the uruor cl1ss edited the Lantern sxdes lzexng well represented ln athletncs musxc 1nd deb1te Because of the untorSen1or receptlon we h1d no unxor tl1ss party but we dld have 1 wlener roast We all journeyed to Stevens f'1rm tn one of the school buses and had great fun We felt that we had reached the peak of success when we dlscovered we have profited more from our class play Happy Go Lucky th1n any other class had from their respect we pl1ys That 1lone proves we are a cl1ss of hustlers and go getters We 1re ste1d1ly ploddlng onw1rd tow1rd the goal of success When we become Seniors we 1re conftdent th1t our Gallon Hmgh wxll not he ash1med of our record but will reg1rd us 15 tht glorlous cl1ss of 31 JOYCE BALDINGER 31 Ja' Bl W" ' IX , ' Y - f 7 ' 7 . Q I ': ' ff , 41 t We f in L . , " . . -I ,Leila L ar' . . . . , T . . , - ' . 'C ' I' -, .. , t ' ' t . . . . ,, ,. . , . . J . 1' 5 ' ' 1 . , . n ' 1 I - 1 ' - . . , E ., , . , . E . J . , . , . . . t , t A t . - - 1 t - t t 1 , K . J . , . , , V t ' , t . . , . ff .. , . . . , . . X , A A . Q C g . B . 7 Joe Bemillerg Secretary, William McAdam, and Treasurer, Dwight Bersinger. We chose the 1 I . . , A c I . t 1 ' . J A ' . ' 5- - . ' I A C . V t , t 'H t , t A 1 . t . K it - 1 K J K . ' L . K I A K 4 D K I ' 1 . , . . : , J 5 t , f , . . , . . . F l- . . , . 4 ,, ,, 1 , J I J . , be- , I I , 1 1 . J - - J ' ' K , ' , . , . ' If V1 ' . , - - , . - , .. -, H ,f L i 5 Y I K I. 1 I - x C 5 V 4 C I C s ' 3 . . . , . QQ- ' ! s - ' , , , 1 'ro 'X - Wt J -' ,.p, X g 'Y ' c.,F- Q f I Xb Q T1-f 4 SP HV 2,8 X' Alder Averne Arter Vlrgxnxa Baldlnger oyce Bemlller Blshop Isabelle Black Louise Brxtton Helen Ca apbell Anna Mae Cabey Marjorie Cahill Patrxcxa Cockley Kathryn Cole Mary Crnssnnger Woodrow Craner Ruth Crawford Barbara Davis Sleberr Dewalt Doyle Dxamond Ruth Durtgchn Miriam Edwardg Thelma ldeerer Martha I-crguaon Rxchard Flannery Bernadette ldlovyera Roland Garverlck Henry Gr ton Willard Goshorn Martha Greene Leona Hampton Learer Halbey case Hcxby Corlvn 50- JUNIORS 1929 so Hcneke Kathryn Helmar Maryon Henry Vlrgxnla Hodge Anne Holzworth Gerald Hoekstra Edward Horner Vnrgxnla ohnaton Martha Kelly Fay Klopfenstenn Mary Edna Knxght Mary Frances Koachnlck Marxe Lxggett Mane Long Edu nn Macadam Wxllxam Vlackey George Marahman Dale McClenathan Kenneth Mcngert Wnlbert Mxttman eannette Moderwell Iaabelle Murphy Helen Nlewland Evelyn Nlchols Dorothy Ometer Paullne Pangello e Pangello osephlne Phxlp jane Potter Glenn Prim Mary Proaaer Lucille ow!!! .df ' 'QW E QQTR3 4247 ' E.. Rausch Paul Rensch Edward Ritchey Lena Romlne Helen Ryan Danxel Scarborough Donald Schnegelaberger Florence Schupp Lemona Schwmd Magdaleen Schnelker Alberta Sells ohn Sharrock Dorothy Shepard Altha Shumaker Viola Sloane Orvllle Smxth Eugene Snyder Vienna Steven, Florence Steven: Helen Stevenb Mary Stout George Harold Kathryn Layton Strauch Thaver Tracht Trach! George Upson evxlle XVelI5 Whxtrrldge Byrdell Vnrgxnxa Wlnand Veldrcn Wnttxbschlager Ruth li' ,qa - --f-0 ,T as: ,fa THE SP' CIAYION AUKERMAN DORIS GILMORP GEORGIA MACIKLY UFAN CRISPIN Presxdtnt Vnce President Secretary Treasurer SOPI-IOMORE CLASS HISTORY IRLSHVIEN It all began one day ln September ln the year of Grace, nxneteen hundred and twenty elght when a tumultuous eager evpectant throng of Freshmen ran loose through the streets of Gallon, and caused a rxot m the halls of unlor Hngh Even then nothing but words of praxse were bestowed upon us, by the upper classmen, as Wfhat mtellxgent creatures' So much promlsmg materlall And why not? Has not our hlstory shown us to he xndeed a most promxsxng class? At the first class meetmg we elected Rlchard Reld Pres dent, Edra Arndt, Vlce Pres xdent Frances Bernard Secretary, and Eleanor Klrlt Treasurer Our sponsor was Prof Warren Scarlet and Grey were the colors chosen hy the class to lead us through our Hlgh School years Our first socnal gathermg was a Halloween partv But the greatest tvent of the year was our play The Rescue of Prlnce Hal put on luv some of our Freshmen whlch made a bmg hxt SOPHOMORES A year passed and a brxght September day found the Old Gang seated ln the Sen tor H1gh chapel Wfe were asslgnerl our clxfferent class rooms and ll took us about a week to come out of the daze but after all, we started vuth lots of determlnauon for a successful year We were glad at last to conslder ourselves as H gh School students and be able to take part ln Varlous actlvltles A class meetmg was called and Mxss H1ld1 Mlller was appointed as our sponsor Our officers who led us thxs year were Clayton Aulterman Presnclent, Dons Gllmore VICE Pres 1dent Georgxa Mackey Secretary and Dean Crlspxn Treasurer Our Sophomore Halloween party went over lung, the chxef attraction of the evemng belng our orchestra which gave us some snappy musxc We are especlally proud of the muslcal talent which our class possesses In athletics wc h we galned recognmon In debate and oratory we reallze that as yet we have no Danxel Webster or Demosthenes, but we have some talented Sophomores who put on the class play The Charm School, whtch was a very decxded success Such 111 brlef, IS our history Tts not one of undue class prlde for we reallze that such thtngs are but flectxng Rather have we labored to cultnate the mlnd and to be our teachers prlde and joy We trust that durmg the y ars to come we shall be able to wr1te our numerals 1n more lasting characters on the pages of Gal on Hxgl Schools hlstory and later 1n the hlstory of the wxde wlde world DEAN CRISPIN 3 2 Q- f"i""0 Q ll l . . A 1 1 K K t - , 1 1 1 . ' N - - -y . K.. t . ,, .. . ,, . V . . . , , t . , 1 ' 1 - 3 . , L , . . . . g Q 1 t 1 t . . 4 t r I, ' . L' ' ' 1 L ,, . ., , . K 7 7 . 7 ' . ,, .. . 4 ' ' t t - . t t. 1 t . , C 1. ' t , , L ., ! , . 1 . 1 ' Z . ' ' . ' . - 3 , , 1 1 , . , V . . . , . . 1 . . Y . . 5 . . 1 ' ' 1. fa , - - , , f . , . . , , . . . . 9. 4 1 , 1 r r 4 1 I r 1 .. . . sa , . , . ' , ', . . f- , - , , GC -.1 Q KD? A HI' SOPHOMORES 1929 JO Arndt Edra Aulcerman Clayton B1bcock Mary Alncc Beener Elsle Bernard l ranres Bcrslnger Dvlgl1t Black Dorothy Block Charlottt Bodley Lemxa Bradley osephmc Britton Hazel Burnt on Donald Butts Dorothy Cahill Erlc Campbell Chester Carney Velma Casey amen Ch1rles Gayle Chrnstman laura Alxct Chrl tman Marlttta Court Evtlyn Court ames Cramer Vxolet Crmpxn Dean Clst Dean Danner Vera Dans. Malcolm Delph Viola Drll Thelma Dukeman. Harold Dyer. Elnzabeth lfilers. Alphonso Ender. Ardxth Ernst. Ralph Erfurt. Paul Falvey. Mary Helen Flannery. Mary Margaret Flannery. oseph Flowers. Annabel Flowera. Lowell Gans. erome Gates. Ivoleen Gt-lsanlnter. Paul Gt-rhart Erma Glfford Sylya Glbboni Robert Gnlmore Dorxs Gmder NV1ll1am Goldsmlth Delnorn Gregg Belva Hartman Harold Helfrnrh Robert '-lull Leona ltlxllts Nevella Hoclter Martha ohnson Allen ones Charlea Kacklev Duane Klmes Woodrow Kung tzddxe Kxrk Eleanor Kllngelhafer Paul Klelnknecht Edith Krcnter Vlctor Lundley Kathryn Lo an Vxrgnl Long Sarah Helen Mackey Donald Maclsey Georgia Mackey Harry Nlay Lesne McCullough Darrell Meeker. Richard Nloser. Howard Neal. Dorothea lNewhou.'e. Herbert Pfctfer. Fred Phallen. Nell. Phxpp. Mary Plnrk. Dorothy Pletcher. Mildred Prtce. Kenward Prace. Orlte uinn. Robert Rt-nd. Rnchard Reid. Robert J 1 ' v H Reh Franlclm Resh Mars, Martha Rxdenour Lloyd Rxter Elsxe Root Robert Sandcrlm Lawrenct Qclmc-gelsl'v.rp.,1r M1ry Stclcel Harold Qherman Che ter Shlfferly Charles Qhumalter Hugh Sinclar Nlcollno Sloes Belva Skahtll William Smith Calvin Smrth Eva Smlth Harxcy Smyth Vlrgxl Snyder Clwsur Snyder Georg Stroup Gladys Stun Gract Trapp Wxlma Ilxrner Byrom Vxolet Ruth Ultxch Wayne Volk ack Vnhser franc: Xvaltefleld. Ruth Wllson. Hue-I Wriglmr. Gilbert Yochem. Adelandt- Yunkers. Charle, Yunkers. Edward Zaebst, Twxla Zxmmerman. Harold Zammerman. Clark 'X Deceased , 1 --f 'A I , r'd3U gh xl f I ' THE f SP' IRFSHMAN SI I ACSHVRS rtr 1 1 t x ' C I It tum Iftn er FRI:SI-IMAN CI ASS HIS FORY A eomlmny COl'AS1SIll1g of one hundred 'and thtrtv hve memhers, not sttlshed wlth II pres nt Stite of Progress desired to tr1vel throu5.,h the Stwle of Freshtrnn to seek out op portunntles for ctdv-mcement und to etcqutre knowledge of the smte The m1rch began m September the ye1r ntneteen hundred twenty nme to conttnue untul lVI1y nineteen thtrty To some If IS 1 long weary Journey but to others If ts 1 delightful p1th to traverse oseph 7uclcer, I-Iirold Bllcs Mary Posteence -md Donwld Seemunn were chosen to le td the party to its go1l Vltss Reth-t Smtth w'1s elected counsellor At the heetnntng ot the journey the D'tlton Pl1n xvts tn use l:1eh could perform his llllllb II s ln Ilthough 111 were under the s1mt dlbClplI1'lL In I1nu ny the truelers uere prep1r1ng for the nnpendmc crlsls the pxsstng through th xctllex of tximmitmns where dangers lurlttd All must lourney through IK or he left ly the vmyslde to lnegm oxer wentn untous but 1 ten dtd not p1ss through unsrwthed but penshed l1ec'tuse ot thexr scant prep Il IIIOIX lI'l thl p'lSf Durtng the journey sexeml ptrttes were held to celebmte holtdctys 1nd programs were ent-n The most xnterestme one was 1 Spemtsm vnustcal com dy It was under the direction I 'Vh I-Irtrtley Snyder md 111 who utnessed the ptrforminee enjoyed lf very much Along the w'1y Ifttm Algt-lur1 Science Clues Home Iconomtcs English ind lVIanu'll 'Ir untne were studted most mf them lnexne, new to the true ers In tthlttlcs much interest xvts minlfest Altmo there were no Qtrls te'1ms there were sexerzl lvoys lisleetlnill teitns nwmelx Ireshrrnn 1nd Iunlor Htqh good ones The girls euextr IL ll NOll0 V1 Attex the Ll'1Ylx mllee htel been trnetsed the Uwlton Pl1n w1s d1sc1rded for the one IlSLd fOfI'nLrly The colors displayed throuehoul the march were purple amd gold Royal colors So the pirty journey on 'teoturtng lenouledqe cmd enjoylng ttself greettly lNI1x thts comp nt 1lx1xs he successful 1nd complete tts journey wtth Hylng colors lfqxl Til IS X 'ly I 0 OUI lnIO the 'world In Ilnie ind f:ll1d for ltself 'l WOTIIIY p 'ICC ID thts llnd of opportunltles C RACE BERGLR 35 '93 Q N IX 3 1 1 . 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I , l L I 06 it , h , 5 G' ' H six ' H I 1' X pf' Nb o SQ- C-,P -X fx P71 THE R T-SP7 Auld Richard Baldlnher Edward Barton Paul Baylor Alice Bmucr Carol Beck Laura Louxse Bender Cathernne Berger Grace Bess nger Mar Bxles Harold Block Mlrtam Boehm hlarguerlte Bowlby Donald Bradheld William Braden Howard Braley Wtllnam Bown Earl Brown Harry Brown Milo Butterfield Gladstone Butts Elmer Cahill Morse Campbell Paul Chrustman Arthur Chubb Delta Collins Vlncent Cotton Francls Crnsstnger Donald Cross Gerald Cunnnngham Alma Daugherty ean Dull Marjorie Drake Catherlne Dunn Ralph Durtschl Dorothy Dye Charles Fdler Mary Margaret Exchler Edna Ernsberger oel Fehr Ronald Flnlcal Bermce Flowers Richard Flowers Mary Garvertck Ralph Gilmore Kenneth FRESHMEN 1929 30 Gtrton Rosella Goldsmxth Byrdell Henry John Henry Joseph Hnll Robert Htt-aman Ralph Holzworth Mornll Horn john Hulse Thelma johnson Alfred ohnston Mary ones Vnrgnnxa Kelly Donald Klmes Eugene lfltzmtller Edwin K'opfenste1n Edward Kruger Fredernck Laughbaum Stanley Leppert Desmond Lnggett Ann Lmdenberg Robert Long Harold Macadam Donald Martten oel Mattocks une McClurg Elmer Met7ger Paul Meyers Elmer Mxller Leroy Miller Robert hlonroe Paul Muth Margaret Myers Ruby Nagelbush Sylvia Ness Althea Ordosch Henry Parns Ben Peery Herman Postance Mary Reed Edward Reed Edtth Rt nbolt Geraldlne Rxcker Esther Rxtchcy Susie Roelle osephnne Roesch Vtrgxl Rose Bernard Reston Kenneth Schnegelsberger W Seemann Donald Shaffer Dorothy Shaw Charles Sheldler Esther Shupp Mary Shumalter Arthur Shumalter Carl Shumalt Smuth Smith Smlth Smxth Smtth Smxth Spears er Donald Bertha Charles Florence Opal Paul Ray Alun Splggle Marjorlc Stevenson Clayton Stollard Betty Stover Genevlevc Strxckler Davld Stucltman Ada Mae Thayer Txmson Tracht Tracht Trapp Trapp Tre sch Tuttle Rtchard Evelyn Ellen Loulse Wxlma Cathermc Vlrgtnla Velma Alden Volk Paul Vossers Martln Wakefield Gladys Watershouse George Wer Robert White Martha Whlteatnlre Cleola Wlckstrom Lucille Wxlltes Brooklyn Wxldenthaler Paul Wrnght Lenore gxilhllp, be .I If M I V , y l- v Q .C 3 . 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L X I :. Q ii o 1 .Q . V'--P Ag- F 7 r ' -- 'PS' A 'f 'A A f' A x U ' Q 1 . . - -,.., . - or Q g I ,Neff A 3' l I X C K Q 'N A 1 1,1 S O is V : '. r. . , . i. i . .. . . "si r. '. . , 'A A Second .Rowe Sloane. V. Henry. L. Ritchey. M, Casey. Miss Emmcncpgcr. Miss John. Baldingcr . O VC. . .r i uw: R. Rrzo. H. S . . o cr. . 5 o . . e . . ' ". . S ' . . R . V 1 E , s K A . ' ' ' , I , E. L , 1. 4 1 , 1 I ' . , , . 1 M' A X L 8 0 11550 ' ' - sz' 7 ' ' gl '19 -afga'aaa gorge A THE C .S' P Y l'1rst Row Paul Shumaker Lawrenct Cvoldnclc Harold Strauch Howard Shumalcer beeond Row Richard Reid Neville Upson Lewxs Bodley George Tlacht Daniel Rvan Wllllam Ryan Chester Snyder Douglas Young Lester ohnson Paul lVla key Ih d Row Donus Garverlck Rtchard Horn Dean Crxspln Roland flower lrtd Mytr oeph Be xnllltr Womdrom Crsslnger Orville Sloant Daniel Postance lourtla Row Doyle Wheatcraft David Tennant Robert Dull Gerald Nlcfluer Prof C D Nlolder Clenn Porttr Vlctor Sloane Walter Dlcstm Forrest Hahn I-II Y CLUB The H1 Y Club 15 a school organlzatlon formed for the express purpose of PYOIUOIIDQ hxgla standards of Chr1st1an character The club has four POINTS wh1ch If alms to follow clean speech clean athletxcs clean scholarsh1p and clean lxvnng Thxs year the club enjoys a pr1v1lege never before experxenced xn the annals of our Hlgla School a club room Th1s room IS occup1ed Jolntly vs1th the Glrl Reserve Club The club has th1rty two members th1s year These members are selected from the three classes m school regardless of race or creed Four officers are elec ed from th1s group each year The orllcers th1s year are as fol lows Presldent Rlchard Horn VICC Presldent Douglas Young Secretary Dan1el Post ance, and 'Treasurer Fred Myers 'lhe H1 Y Club has sponsored several unxque and 1nte1est1ng chapels durlng the year under the dlrectlon of rho sponsor Prof C D Nlolder One chapel was 1n honor of Buffalo eagerly looked forward to by the students and the general publlc Thxs year the Club entertamed the parents of the members at a Parent Nxqht meet mg A program by seteral members of the club was very approprxate to the event The H1 V Club has a beaut1l'ul little pm for IIS emblen One of tnese PINS IS glven to a member at the r1tual servxces and IS supposed to be morn contxnually Some faxr dam sels are frequently seen wearmg a pm of thns lord The natural mference IS that they must be H1 Y members The gold ln the pm stands for r1chness of l1fe the red stands for red blooded Amer1can boyhood the blue stands for pat11ot1sm and the vshnte cross stands for ChrlSIl1H character The 1egular meetmgs tlans year 1n1t1at1ons r1tuals and roundtable greatly added to the phys cal lxfe Party blqger and better than ex er XV1tl1out the guldance and help of Mr lllolder the years success would have been IITA possxblc and all tht members art grateful for what he has done for the cl.1b xncluded a namber of very mterestmg Buble cllscussnons dlSCLlSSl0Y1b Several potluck suppers and other feeds of the fellows and of course the annual Sweetheart V15 the Clll"n'1Pt of the years Soclql 1CflVltlCS Mig.. Jr 3 :Weis 3 Il 3 , J . 1 J . f . ' if af , '.' . f --s.f- -aj, . ' - , 1 ' , . V '. , . . , ? , , , K . L . C 4 ' ' K . I . K I . t ' . . ' ' . - I , 1 1 Q L . ' . . . , , T A' k V b I I K l C . . . ,, Bill" Cody and the other was an Irish program 111 honor of St, Patrick. These chapels are 'I V C .h 1 X K I . I K L - I . t I K K It ' I . l V C . 7 It t 1 I K l - 1 I ' Y C . K ' L ' 1 Y C K I ls Q A , K K I 1 , 1 . 1 1 - 1 I ' ,r . . f 1 . ' ,, , , - . 1 f 'A 1 1 . ' -'Y 'f I 4 ' ' lf f A I I . A I t 1 , .' , 1 . ' 4 I - 4 1 ' . 1 N R . ' . 1. ' . f ' 1 ,fi Q 0 1 , A , . . " , -I cts J .. 'Q .r al s.-Jw I 7-+6 Tl-H' S P F1 st low U Gilmore Postance R Morkel Smlth M Smith I Gattner E Durtschl B Flan ncry V Vlxnand Baldmger H Brxtton Mxss Schooley Second Row M Bosler A Arndt 'VI Prnm M Weber V Resch M Fudd R Wnrtnbschlager Mlttrnan F Mumford F Houseberg H Ronme M Koschmck A Campbell Thrrd Row Muss Weston F Schnettelsberger P Booth R Fablan M Bauer E Rxter D Sharrock L Hulse M F Knlght B Doran G Crumb F Stevens M Stevens L Schupp B Crawford L Laugh baum L Fr nk Fourth Row D Nuchols M Casey M Cockley F Kelley M Fxndlcy Fifth Row V Henry M Feerer V Arter V Horner l Shumaker H Murphy R Diamond A GIRL RESERVE The Gxrl Reserve rs an organlzatron ln G H S whxch trles to make nt a more xdeal and better place to go to school The club has certam purposes that each one of 1ts mem bers try to lrve up to A regular buslness meetmg rs held every two weeks and four soclal meetrngs through out the year It has been customary for the last few years o have a Mother and Daughter Banquet This ends the G R program The club has exght drfferent commlttees, shlch have SPCCIHC duties to perform The ofhcers and chaxrmen of he commlttees are as follows Presxdent Emma Durtsch1 Vlce Presldent Leona Frank Secretary oannah Postance Treasurer osephme Smith Socral Commxttee, Martha Goshorn Ring Committee, Nlary Smith Publicity Commxttee Ulah Grl more Program Commnttee Ivah Gattner Music Commlttee, Helen Murphy Budget Com mxttee nsephxne Smlth, Servxce Commxttee Ruth Morlcel Membershxp Committee Leona Frank All of the commxttecs have trred to fulfill thelr many dunes to the best of thexr 'ibllxty Each member of the Grrl Reserve wears a pm In addltxon to the G R plns, there are also rmgs which any member may receive by completmg the necessary requxrements made out by the Rmg Commlttee There are sxx glrls I'EC81Vll'1g rxngs thrs year The many thrngs accompllshed by the club are xn a great measure due to the untxrxng' efforts of the clubs sponsor Mxss XVeston Mrss Weston was the one who orgamzed the G R xn G H S and lt has been under her leadershlp ever since Those not shown IH the prcturc arc L Conaway V Carney K Spears L Prosser, P Lahrll L Greene, and T Zaebst ag!! 1 'Q 3 wg.-ff ,hd 'L Il L -V Y x I1 - , Lge i 'f A -2 ' R 7 ry -.- 17 't R 'X 4 v ' Q 1 'r in : . ' T j. .- . v . J. ' . . ' . . . . K '. . - J. Ness. K, Cocklehy. Phrlp.- K.. Heneke. M. Goshorn. G. Stull, G. Arter. A ll U l A 'I r ' , - ' 1 f 15 f r , :J ' . ' Q 'f . A , J . , .- . b . Y I : b , . e -I 1 I , . 1 . . QQ- A I t L ' 0 W ' " .I 'cs E, , fi J f SNK 244 I ' gs..- -fv a -A-with H '- ', s'L-1121, ,, , ,, .fffffil ,AB ki-54 71-us M ' LSP? First Row Bemxller H Britton N Hxllxs B Whxttrxdge A Yochem D Gilmore 1 Btrnard B Crawford H Shumaker I: Smith becond Row Casey D Plack M Flannery B Sxos C Block Third Row R Wlttlbschlager K Thayer L Prosser lvl Kmght M Stevens l' Stevens lk Cock ley M Casey D Nichols E Cahlll D Tennant l' Myers lourth Row P Cahnll lrl Murphy Mattocks M Hamnaond 'VI ohnston M Htlmar A lultrs D Kackley W Glnder :ta ow Alder mdley xrxth uk A ohnswa Sixth Rom l Baldmker Miss Mather COMITATUS AENEAE The Latin Club was organized eight years ago by N115 Mather, who was interested rn sumulatxng nnterest m all the Latxn pupxls Thxs yea: slx rneetmgs were held Some of rhe most Important CllSCUSSIOl'lS were Roman Shorthand Making of Roman Books Inlf and Paper, Roman Roads Social Llfe of a o man A Roman House Bedroom of a Roman Boy Roman Baths Ir 15 always the custom to mute the Nmth Grade Latxn students to one meetmg One of the most mterestmg mectmgs of the year was devoted to the showmg slides whlch were secured from Ohio State Unxyerslty by merely paying the cost transporratnon These pxctures related to the lxfe and tlmes of Cicero and Caesar Ar the last meeting a somewhat spectacular program was given when a baseball g,amc was played The unzors and Senlors versus the Sophomores 1n the remembrance of lat1n words In thls game the pitcher gxves out Engllsh words to be translated xnto Lattn and the bases are taken as worls are correctly gnen The officers thxs year were Prxmus Consul Fred Myers Secundus Consul David Tennant Aedelxs Marjorne Casey Aedells Aerarus Frances Bernard 'lac chairman of the program committee nas Daytd Tennan One of the most humorous numbers this year Nas The Oratlon Agamst Santa Claus gxyen by Martha Goshorn The puns of the Latm Club are xery attractne They come xn two different tvpes vold and snlyer and are nn the shape of a xery tmy Roman lamp Those who are elegxblc for mevnbershup ua the Latm Club are Sophomores lunxors and Seniors who are enrolled tn tht Latin classes This year forty four members were enrolled X "s!'N,x,,x J S1 .Juv be of 4' fj. s . . ' : .E 1, . ' . . . . .L. Hll, ra .F'fI li JA. '.K.L '.E.S. .EK-. .J 'I I. A 7 . lf, . . Q .4 , .. ' ' . 5 R ' . R- . . , v v, h Of- -f .el T k X1 J' , l 1 X gl T fl! , If .t t - 30 ,,R .I l.! X ll, J :Z ',L:v-Z1 K .fxrhv 'sex Ha' -f C ' . !f .fs - r1 T iilxsfff T ' 'fs'-T THIS 4' .5'Py Back Row R Dill F Myer F Hahn L Goldrlck D Po tance A Beach Front Row P Baldinger D Garverick L ohnson R Horn CHEMISTRY SOCTI ETY The Chemistry society is 1 new org1niz1tion this yeur 1nd w1s orgfinized by Professor Swick to give those students 1 chance who wished to go 1 little deeper into the study of Chemistry The Hrst meeting was held in the Chemistry laboratory and the following mem bers joined Richard Horn Forrest Hahn Donis Garyerick Archie Beach Paul Baldinger Lawrence Cwoldrick Daniel Postance Fred Myers Lester ohnson Robert Dill and Howard Shumaker They then elected Lester ohnson President Forrest Huhn Vice President and Fred Myers Secretwry 'md Treasurer During the school year the society has met regularly 1nd discussed current subjects in Chemistry 1s well 1s the old subjects At e1ch meeting cert1m members were appointed to Book where ull articles brought in by the members were filed tor future reference XVe hope that the Chemistry Society will continue in the future and that the students will t'ike 1dv1ntage of this opportunity to find out 'is much 'is they can about Chemistry in the one year thut they ure privileged to take it The success of this org'1mz'1t1on is largelw. clue to Professor Swick who orgwnizcd the tlub and who has been the chief tutor Dick of 1ll its wctivities .F e g 30 ai ' ': . ' ' . . ' . . ,l . . . I I A K I 1 K A I K K C 1 I I . : 4 7 7 I Y I 9 i Y - 7 - 4 , - ' , , J 7 5 - J Y ' 5 C , A A , , . . . i I K V -. K I K I K A put on a program that dealt in some way with Chemistry. The society also kept a Scrap K A Y . . 'I It I I I I L K I I K K K I V- I . 1 r C - I V Q . I' I . r f Q, ea . ,Q . , ,L-'t , ... U -- ' ' "' 5 f -V , a,f5,3-A- f 4, cf I, or ' , "F J - -u.. 1 or la peglfgg-Monserrat :WEE S X , 4 ' THE 1 .S P' xrst Rom sittin H xumaker D Cnuerxck 5 n llt V Sloane Second Row :mme 'irlstman C or 1 morn Sun 1 r Sny fr mr M Sclalaegelshfrper R Horn Standing D Tenn-mt D rtspm men ers ers M He max Bos er L Goldrlck F Stevens R Rand 'D Crist D Scarborough Hahn ORCHESTRA rur im H Shumalf-mr lV1 The year 1930 IS the twenyhfth anniversary of thr orchestra in our school I a organized by Professor Critzer in these years The orchestra participated in thc presentation of the Rose Nlaiclen vtith the choruses of the schools and churches Thcv also broadcast a program oter XV XV and took part in the Christmas program sponsored by 'Vlr Snycler as well as playing at manv school and outside entertainments The school was represented this year by three players namely Forrest Hahn Richard Horn and oseph Bemiller in the A11 State Orchestra wh ch plays a program each year before the Ohio State Teachers Convention at Columbus The orchestra will lose thirteen players by Qraclcation this year they are Victor Sloan 1905 ancl has been successfully maintained through all Tennant Fred Myers Howard Shumaker Lawrence Goldriclc Archibald Beach Forrest Hahn and Richard Horn The orchestra owes its success this year to our director and IHSIYLICKOI lN1r llatvlex Snyder t ho has toiled unceasingly at his worlx He has won the respect of 111 the student and the Class of 1930 hope that he has as much success in years to come PERSONNE1 First Violins Victor Sloane Don s Cwar utes orrest ahn Uona t I1 terxcla Ulah Gilmore Genevieve Arter horough "VIA" Bun' Cf Ce 0 hnhard Horn S conel N10 ins OhCpl1111C' QITAIFI C war 15.155 Uqxld Tcntvmt one Bloc Hue Shumaltex florence 'I Steuns hflary Schiaegeislverptx 1 auia 'Hiker C l Irlslwnnm first Clarinet llvvrencc Goldriclc J Imno hrlorll BOSIU ueconcl Clarinet Dean Cr st Lupin Nlarxon Hclmar lronlaonts Ric arcl Reid Out e nop mncs tx ton Tr IL at L11 Ct s Sloane un Dru 1 s Archibald Bt ach tumpets Ired Wlyers Howud Siu qi sf! 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R lflelfrn lx P of S y r I Cmldruck Nl Smc ar ent r om I a n an L Bwdlex V Slomnt CF Holzwortm rout Rom D rn nn rac t He 1 1 B Whnttrx ge R Hu A Beac W Glndtr u I' Rtn ch O Sloane H Shuma er BAND Th b'1nd of 1930 IS the lctrqest th1t Cnllon Hwh School h-ls ever lnd It IS composed of wbout forty pneccs some of w hlch 1re recrulted from the unmr Hugh School Thus the b1nd IS 1ble to compete wxth the b1nds of surrounding towns whxch h1ve heretofore been l1rger thin the G1l1on B1nCl The bamd pl1yed it ull lootb1ll -md bisketball smmes whxch sure plwyed 'nt home 1nd some ot the out or town gaames It also had the honor of pl1y1ng before the K1w1ms Club It rs 1lw1ys present 1t all rhe rillles and pep meetmqs which 1re held before the 1mport1nt footlmll 1nd b1slftetb1ll games The band wxll lose the followlng members by qr1du1t1on Fred Myers Howard Shu m1ker Vxctor Sloane Archie Beach Robert Helby Lawrence Goldrlck Forrest Hahn Rzchard Hellrxch 'md Paul Shepard The b1nd h1s worked taxthfully during thxs ye1r with urs dxrector Professor Snyder 1nd the student dxrector 'md drum malor Archlbald Beach XVC hope that the xacancles left by gr1du1t1on will be 'able to be fxlled and their the bind will make 'ls much progress IH the yc-urs to come 1s xt h1s ln the past yeur PERSONNEL Frrt Trumpets Fred Myers How1rd Sl1un11lu.r lrrst Clanrxnets lawrence Goldrlclt Piul Cheyvlrd Second Clirxnets Dwxght Berslnzer lDC'll1 Crxst H1rold Seclcel Alto Sntophones De1n Crxspxn Layton I-r1cht Alphonso Ellers Robert Helfnch lnrxtont Sixophone Gvlbert Herr rt. I.,-we 'KJ ! Flutes Forrest Huhn Don Scuborough Alto Victor Slowne Froxnbonu Rlchurd Rexd Rxchird llelfrxch Orullc Sloune Batrxtont Gcrlld Holzworth B155 Nlcolxno Smcl1r Drums Arch1b1ld Bc-'ich Robert Hexby byrdell XVh1ttr1dge LLMIS Bodley Wfxllxam Glnder . ' s ez.,nc-. . - 7. ' ' wh' '-7 I - J . , 1 0 ,'! ' V A 1 - iw 'A in A L V ,X 'A V ' ',t, B. 'z . 'r s. D. -rs ng -r. . c , r . 'vm dc . ,. ' '. . . 1 . C c R ': A. ff lers. F. H h . G s. . 1 '. '. . '. J. ' l. F 'z . C sp . l.. T h. R. lfr cl. . d 1-. . -by. . h. '. ' '. R. R - d. I. ' s . . '. , lc . e . ' . L . . ' . . . ' ' s ' z . . .: . , . . , E V Q 5 v . ,N 'X l V ' 1' 'M N 4' J f I f J EH t ff l 1 QR, ,.j K 4 3 U -'- 3. - . J , if " 1 ' C' W - rv. - -,XILA1 U f , is at J'J"'s rfcsg 71-us 3' .Spf CHORUS The chorus ol G'1l1on Hxszh behool w1s orffmxzecl 1nd put on 1 regular perlocl schedule l1sr fwll under the dxrecuon of Professor Hurrley Snyder The chorus 1S divided into clxss groups wrh 'llternimng dns for boys ind qlrls Our Chorus his approxxmitely two hun dred members who 'atrend the cliss regularly The chorus or some of xts members hue pwrucxpated ll'l 1 number of school 'lcuvmes thls yeslr A lew of these Ire seXer'1l school clmpels I1liZl'lI school provrim Chrlstmis pig 11m 1 Sundn concert 1nd our orwrorxo I'he Rose Minden Thus omtorxo vms presented 111 Cmlxon ye1rs wgo to 1 wry 1pprec11t1ve oaudlence Ow :ng to rhls f1ct our director decxcled to pxesent ll o the G1lxon public 'lflfllh The orqtorlo h 15 m1ny clxfluull 'md he'1ulxlul choruses upon which the chorus pricuced throughout the yn ll The solo pins ol rhe or1 orxo 'lre too cllfllcult for singers of Hugh School c'1l1l'Jre 'und were sung hy some of G1l1ons well known mlent The soloists were lVlrs ucl Dye lVlrs lhrmrr lVlr Xwmslcy Koppe lNlr lovsell Ness Prof Hlrtley D Snyder 'md lVlr Fre lxxdd y TH Ofllh 115 HL S H111 X lg IC Ol Mor IS ,CTT 'lfl XWC IIC! 1 lf WI ronunum u os eel ou Q Q our dlrector Prof l-lutley der lm o n ll'll3 he -'QSM' ,gd Qu, my , xp K M Donald ,l'ownscnd. hlrs. Wlcsley Koppe. Nliss Hilda Schooley. lVliss Rose Vance, Mr. R. R. i -I, , ' , - ' . , , ' . 4 ' . , . . cl " L' . l - ch - , l.. do X .4 - 'ery snuff I 'y ' lc th. '. . d ' pc th.r ' 'll ' - nn-:.l I'-nr. NI x ol' the cr lx sh Il h- gnven to , . . ' D, Sny -. I ' his unselflsh l.1lw r 1 A ld. l . X ' 4 I 1 oA V A '50 Y H er ' cz N . - I' axial-refs, f 2' J 1' Q g 'A .4-. XIX, Q1 o Ng ' 1 szafj-M A , K 7 K ' L, 75-'1 1 up 3' A if v A HI: .5 P7 Mary Ldna lxlopfcnstem Paulvnc Mackny Ann Hodge Margaret fneld Leona Greens. CHEERLEADERS The nolse and enthustasm whnch came from the student body at games and at rallxes was d1rectly due to the efforts of our theerleaders who were Leona Greene Margaret Fleld Ann Hodge Mary Edna Klopfenstetn and Paulme Mackey Our cheerleaders thts year have been exceptxonally good They seemed to be able through thexr enthusxasm to xnstxll the student body as a whole wxth a genuxne School Sp1r1t They were untnrxng mn their efforts to do their share for their Alma Mater Never before have the Cheerleaders been glven a place in the Spy but thls year thexr work has been recognized and thexr place ln the Spy made possxble Leona Greene who dad well as head cheerleader certalnly could make the student body respond to all of her yells Leona was always full of pep and was always wlllxng to get up and make the students cheer for the1r team Ann Hodge was a new g1rl at school thxs year but she entered IDIO the spxrxt of thxs school xmmedxately and dxd her share xn leadlng our yells and songs Margaret Fleld better known to us as Peg could always be seen t every game r ady to jump up and cheer for the bovs She never evaded her duty as a cheerleader and ln fact dtd more than her share This year was Mary when ver she was needed or nl me were losmg she Exeryone was always Ednas second vear as a cheerleader Klopev was always read5 and she was never discouraged xn any way If me wexe wxnnmg would always be ready wxth a yell glad to have Paulme come out and lead us ln yells because she seemed to be so cheerful about tt all She never fotgot to glYC a yell for one who was taken out of the game or for one who was injured M ' I I I ' ' 7- 1 4, x s K 1 1 1 - , 7 , Q , . . 1. T L 1 - . . ,, ,. , 4 K . . , 1 . . . . 1, ., . 1 L 1 . y . , C , I . L v L t . L . . ., .. , v a 2. I . 1 ' ' . . K . , ' 1 I r t t . V 1 L 't V 9 . t . . . ' ' ' V 1. I L L . ' r 1 1 1 Q t ' r r , t 1 rr . 7 l V 1 1. 4 'L . - ,K Y , 1 ' ' x , , , , sc I w- F E QWZZNWT-Y,-7, rfgfpv Qt u 'xl xv 4 he-sf?-15 .1 "MC" "' H V ,A-Y qtz: I l THE J .5'Py' llrst Row A Campbell H Britton Second Row P Cahill R Helby M l Diamond 'Vl John on lun Vx Dlestm A Had t DI BATL Dt nu. this yL1r w1s l11scd on 1 dlll'CfCl1f pl1n th1n usu1l lnht Ohm Stun Unlxtrsuy supervised the new method used It chose tht IOPIC for delrlte 1nd divided the st1te mln slxteen dvstrlcts G1l1on w1s In dlstrlct number 4 Thr towns th1t composed district 4 were Kllbourne wtnnxng slx debeites Del1w1re G1llon lVl1rysx1lle e1ch Vklfllilflg 4 loudonxtlle wlnnmg 7 Bucyrus and Prospect E.'lCl1 town deb1ted all the other towns rn the1r own d1s trlct The te1m wlnnlng tn e'1ch district could IH turn delrate the winning te'1ms IH other dlstrlcts until losing one thus ellmtnnitxng xtsell The f1n1ls were held 1: Columbus tn Aprll but dxstrlct 4 dnd not h-ne one of the COITIPCIIHQY te1ms bec1use Kllbourne m1s defeucd by 1 winning te1m of 'another dxstrlct Our fC"lIT'l fl'llS YCTI' W'lS COI'T1pOSCd of 'I nL1lTll3CY of DPW dCl3'lYCK'S tl1I'CC of tha G1hon dxd very well ln IVIHK for second pl1ce IH our dlstzlct Next ye xr CJ'1llOl'l High School ought to h1vt 1 fine wmnlng te1m Thr t11m vx1s composed of Ntyjltlxe t 1m C1p 'llli XV1ltvr Dltsem Vxrglnm Henry MTFIIX1 ohnson All'-lfH11!lXC te-nm Cup 11n Robert Helbv Anna. Hodge 'lI'ld Nl1ry Kms, Helen Britton P1trxc11 Cnhlll Ruth Dmmond 1nd Ann1 lVl1e C5'll'I1Pl3Cll 1cted 1s "lllCl"l1lILb Mtss ohn h1s been who delrlte co1ch for 1 number ol ye1rs md cermmly deserves 1 gr4.1t devil of credxt for the effor s she h1s out forth ln order to m1ke 1 good te1m Nlxss ohn spent much tlfne p1t1eneL 1nd h1rd uorlt on the IC'lI'K1 'll1Cl If 1ll s xery much 1p prtc11t4.d by G'1llOI1 High NA., UX, N..1 A. My M 'L ,., 4 9' 1 S J Ea? If , . 7 . : . . . . Q. . . . s . , . . . . . ,. . . , , ,, . I 3 -l. - ' '. . .. . ' . . ' fa- f" h ' . ' A 1 t ' t I ' , 'A ' ' . 1 . . , .' . . , . ' ' .1 - " . 4 ' ,Q . Q. 1 . ' l ' 1 - . V Q . . , L , . .4 1 L . . 1 , K K ., . . . K Y I P Q K ' VK R K I l K A l V . . ' . . . . 2 dehnte club were experienced. So, tnlung this into consideration. it may be readily seen that Y K I C 7 I I K . - -. '. . . z -u ' c. . . :.' , . '- . ' . '. ' A . 1 . 'K W4 I . -1 . 4 1 I 11 1 s c I xx. . M r l I . I I 4 . 1 . 1' l . "lt ' tl I . Q ' ' V1 I 1 1 'j 0 , r .M . -felt A - , , ' -f ' " , at ' f f ye ' j ll 4- 'Q , .-41 XA? Ll. -rz.. Jr we R-fa ' Lx 1 71 THE 4 SP' BAB The class of 30 presented thexr unlor Class Play Bab on February 14 and 15 The play was very well presented and proxed a huge success Bab played by Mxldred Hammond a fhghty romantxc young Girl 15 just home from a Fmtshtng school As soon as she enters the house her rather Funds that she ts carryxng a mans handkerchief She explatns to htm that a kmd hearted man offered the handker chtef to her on the traxn to remove 1 cmder from her eye The part of Bab was taken very well and Vxctor Sloane a the dgmhed father certaxnly tmpersonated tt to perfec tnon Ulah Gllmore took tne part of lvlrs Archibald mother of Bab who ts shocked at the daughters actlons She played the part very well Leila ts Bab s older stster who ts qutte dxqntfaed and also disgusted at the actxons of her younger sxster oannah Postance as Le la have a very Hnxshed performance Bab has one frtend on whom she can depend Eddle Perkms 1Lawrence ohnstonl He helps her to xment a nctmous lover whom shc calls Ha old Valentme lawrence nn trymg to be old and sophtstxcated caused much merrlment Ivah Gattner played very well the part of the maxd Walter Dtesem tools the part of Carter Brooks who IS a lxfe long frtcnd of the Arch :bald famtly He took thls part excellently Forrest Hahn appears as Harold Valentme and also played very well Mr Beresford lRlCh1fd Horn! s 1 typical Englishman who falls in love wxth Lexla and Finally elopes mth her Dtck dtd exceptionally well me Ralexgh lpaulme Mackey! a .fery good frxend o Bab made a very good por trayal of her part The play ends vstth all characters findmg happiness Bab ts allowed to act her age as she thought was rtght Mrs Loren Beck acted as dtrcctor of the cast and dc-serxes a great deal of credit for her work Emma Durtscht acted as prompter and Damel Postancc Paul Mackey and Archie Beach wtre the stage managers 'G 3 r ll et so , - - ef .. . 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V 1 ' ' 1 ,E a I or 1 J' if ad'-1 7 T1-If 5 PJ SPECIAL TEACHERS MISS BESSIE TODD MISS Besslc Todd has been an lnstructor of muslc ln Gallon Hlgh School for 1 num ber of ycars and durlng thls tlme she has sent lnto the muslcal world 1 number of very promlslng students Mlss Todd has studled muslc both ln America and ln Europe under sery competent teachers and glves her puplls the best of her knowledge of playlng She glves lessons at her studlo on the Publlc Square and at the unlor and Senlor Hugh Schools It IS through the efforts of Mlss Todd that we are able to obtaln some of the excep tlonally good muslcal programs whlch are presented at the Hlgh School Her Hlgh School puplls are oannah Postance Frances Knlght Ivah Gattner ean ettc Mlttman Katherlne Thayer Dorothy Plack Mary Phlpps MHFJOYIC Casey Twlla Zaebst Eleanor Klrk Leona Hlll Eva Smlth Dorls Gllmore Wllma Tracht Sylvla Nagel bush Isabelle McKean Althea Ness and Marjorle Bosler ESTELLA SCHULER Mlss Estella Schuler studled muslc ln several muslcal conservatorles ln Amerlca and studled under Scherwenka lh the Chlcago Muslcal College Slnce the completlon of her study she has taught muslc ln Gallon Her 5fUdlO 15 ln her home on Boston street The members of her plano class 'ure progresslng very nlcely ln muslc and they are heard ln re CIIBIS at least once a year The pllplls who represent MISS Schulers efforts are Lllllan Baylor Leota Conaway Lucllle Shumaker Martha Feerer Helen Murphy Maryon Helmar Averle Alder Lena Rltchey Mary Helen Falvey Rosella Glrton Genevleve Stover MRS L E BECK The excellence of he plays of the Drama Workshop Players and the unlor and Senlor Class plus IS due to the efforts of Mrs L E Beck Mrs Beck has been dlrector of the plays here for several years and she has greatly lncreased the appreclatlon of the publlc for drama It 15 through her efforts that Gallon IS belng recognlzd as a clty lnterested ln dra matlcs Mrs Beck 15 a graduate of the School of Speech of Northwestern Unlverslty At Chrlstmas tlme Mrs Beck gave up teachlng for thls year but she expects to con tlnue ln the IDSIIUCIIOH of elocutlon next year DORIS COOK MISS Dorls Cook whlle a student ln G1llOH took lessons ln expresslon from Mrs Beck Then after her graduatlon ln 1976 she went to Vklttenberg College and studled elocutlon Mlss Cook afhclently dlrected the Sophomore Class Play thls year and has helped ln the procluctlon of another play for the same class Besldes thls Mlss Cook has been ln sev eral Drama Workshop plays and has glven readlngs at the Hlgh School on several oc caslons Most of Mlss Cook s puplls are ln the grades but two puplls of our Hlgh School Mary Margaret Flannery and Marlana Engle are taklng lessons from her MRS DONALD TOWNSEND Mrs Donald Townsend one of Gallons vocal lnstructors glVCS lessons ln her home She IS a graduate of the Oberlln Conservatory of MUSIC and IS known as a fine slnger her self Her puplls have been organlzed IHEO a Glee Club whlch slngs for a great many school entertalnments Her ablllty as a teacher 15 shown by the good slnglng of each member of the Glee Club and by the club as a whole The only student ln Hlgh School who takes lessons from Mrs Townsend IS Paullne 'Nlackey but two of our teachers Mlss Schooley and Mlss Burkhart are under her lnstructlon MRS W W KOPPF For several years Mrs Koppe has had puplls ln volce culture ln our Hlgh School Her early tralnlng was under the late Hugh Owens of O N U Ada O and the late Leo Long Todd Gallon In later years she studled wlth Nladame Rlta Elandl and Allce Shaw Duggan both of Cleveland She has completed four years work as speclal volce student at Ohio Wesleyan School of Muslc Delaware O lVlrs Koppes work as teacher and sololst L5 well known In the last year she has had classes ln A431105 and Prospect and has had solo POSIIIODS IH two churches of Marlon Her puplls ln the Hlgh School thls year are Wllma Burkhart Don Scarborough and Lewls Bodley -1 get 1 ll -2 . ..-, LX fra - , .Q A -,-P 43-72 F - Q, ,A Q 'tr 1 v ' 1 9 Y K v , , , . 1 J 1 , , , J ' 7 ' Y 7 ! 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"Ii" ' ' ' 2 . 1 , - ' .1 - 1 ' 7 ' '1 1 " 61,,,,, Www' THE SHOP Four ye1rs 1go 1 neu course vs1s 1dded to the Senior Hugh School curriculum Xlnhlnt Shop vyhtch h1s steldlly grown to such proportxons th1t u1s constructed to house If together xxth the Nlanu1l Trsunxng 1x11l1lJle sp1ce for Auto hlt-ch1n1cs 1nd 1 course xn Llectrlcltv 1dded next year Both the Manu1l Trammg and M1ch1ne Shop machlnes and more 1re being 1dded eyery year In the m1chtnt shop this ye1r forty hoys 1re enrolled F1ch last xe1r 1 new huxldxng umt Thtre 15 enough w lch IS hoped to It are well equtpped mth boy spends three hours uery dav tn tht Vocat1on1l ljCP'lI'll'71CI1I During the hrst semester one 'ldCllIl0I1Zll hour 1 dry IS spent tn lC'lfY1lI1g Shop lXTlIhCI11'lIlC9 under the durecuon ot hlr R R Lhrhart This tonsxsts of the pr1ctxc1l -npplnxtron of tundamenml nnthtmatxcs During the l-mst semester Shop Sltttchxng 'll1Ll Blueprint Rcadmg IN tlught instead Nlr I'l1!'l11fl 5 llso p1rt tu 4. shop Instructor The product of the shop ns largely production worl-t tor the yanous nndustrxal pl1nts of the cxty Bestdes thls projects 1re worked out the entxre development from the draw mg down to the li-1l1lSl'1Cd Joh These uolns conslst of l1thes Sl1'lpCl'S, drlll presses mlllxng ma chxnes, grtnders and vartous h1nd tools, such as hammers punches, etc and h1ye don1ted wll the equipment IPA the Xocattonal Department The course ln tht N11 thxne Shop ts of three years durauon tht cooperanve ye1r IS spent l11lf tune nn school intl h1lt time xn lndustry Thus l1st year glyes the boy an 1de1 of Wllif ts expected ot him when he becomes an employe and 1lso gnes htm very valuable experlence upon vshtch to build when he leayes school This ye1r xncludlng the ntnth grade there are ne1rly one hundred t1Ltng lVlanu1l Arts The 11m ol' thls course ts not to turn out so many chaxrs desks, and tables hut to help ITX'llxC good cttlrens Ol course xt IS planned to he educatlonll, to broaden ones vxews of lndustrlal Ift and to gnc 1 general knowledge of problems to be solved H1 eyery d1y life Thtse art discussed ln cl1ss md the student 15 shown the how of doing things This sublect IS planned lor mechanlc1l dr1wlng the hrst stmester 1nd mood vsorlc the second semesttr, wtth Nlr D E Shaffer 1s tnstructor In dr1vnng the student xs glyen the choice of three courses as follows Machine, Sheet lNlet1l and Arch1tectur1l Dr1w1ng In e1ch ot these courses the yartous problems are se lerted to gnc tht student the pr1ct1c1l sxde of the subjett The second semester wood morlc IS t1lttn up Thls consists ol the building of y1r1ous 1rt1cles of furniture carpentry 1nd yartous johs to be dont 1hout the school plant Before st1rt1ng thts course nach boy ts required to make hls own drawing blue prlnt 1nd lumber bull for the job that he wants to do Deslgn constructlon mood hntshtng care 1nd use of tools, care and ust or m1ch1nes 1nd pertod stvles m furnlture are dlscussed In detall IH cl1ss 1 j" ' 1. . 1 K ' . , 'L 1 I - 1 ' ' , v . . . 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THESV .sew JUNICR SENIOR RFCEPTION 1929 Wxthout a doubt the receptlon of 1929 was the most successful m the hlstory of G H S and the class of 1929 may well be proud of xt Promptly at s1x ocloclc on the evenxng of May 71 everyone 'assembled ln the audl torlum 'md then marched down to the gym The instant you had your eyes on lf you were ready for the dutch shoes and ready for fun and frollc The two large wmd mllls at each end of the gym attracted much attentlon as dld the tulips whlch were peekxng through the fence 'md seemed to smlle every txme one glanced at them After marching through quaunt Dutch lind the guests found their pl1ces it the t1bles formmg a large wmd mlll They enjoyed their favors whlch were mmxature blue and whxte wind mllls The programs 'md napkms were very cleverly carrxed out m the color scheme of blue 'md white whxch were the Seniors colors The followmg menu was serxcd by twcn y Sophomore gxrls dressed 1s dutch I'l1'lldS Caud Fruit Becout Geb-nkte H1m NICUWC A1rd1pple Snlj Boom Gedetjes Olxves Groentc Sla Room Ijs Frult Taarr Kofhe Professor C D Molder acted toastmaster The followmg toasts were glun Donder end Llgten Mass ohn En Toast for de Seniors Kenneth Wlnetrout Mfat Tmlcs der Semors Ralph Cornell Dyken 'in Wlndmolens Supt F Bemlller Immedmtc-ly 'after the dmner everyone assembled nn the audntorlum where they were LHILYI ll!1Ld by rl Ijfogrnlffl Qlxcn the unlors Qi ,ri ' if-+A fee s M oo or to l . . as L . 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Tl-U' S G G A A BREAKFAST On the snappy morning of Sept 19 the members of the G G A A aro e from thtxr warm beds earlier than usual They sleeplly made their way to Hexse Park where a nxce warm breakfast awaxted them The teachers were also xnvxted to thus specnal feast They hnally all arrxved and my what a txme' Everyone was too cold to move but stxll hungry And boy' How that hamburg and eggs dnd smell amidst the frosty atmosphere Soon the eggs were done and what a rush there was to get some sandwlches Everyone was there at the same time with thexr tongues hangmg out After everyone had hlled thelr stomachs to the brim and had taken a run around the park to get themselves warmed up all gathered m a group and sang a number of songs THE LANTERN PARTY On February 6 1930 the Lantern Staff took time wut for a party It was held H1 tht gymnasium where every member of the staff came wxth an Intimate friend On entermg each person was given a small paper rose of any color they chose with dlrcctxons for a small stunt pxnned to tt After everyone had assembled xn the gym the stunts were per formed by them Some were so personal that at hrst not many could understand the joke but after the detalls were discovered they proved to be exceedmgly comical Three deep and wmk were some of the games that were played Later xn the evening llght refreshments were served by the commlttee The committee who planned this party conslsted of Vlrglnxa Henry chaxrm an Frances Bernard Danny Ryan and Lewls Bodley G R PARTIES G R FACULTY DINNER The first soclal event of the G R was the Faculty Dmner held at the Senlor Hxgh on November 5 Everyone enjoyed the dinner prepared by thc gurls and then' mothers af ter whxch a dellghtful program was gxven Everyone then departed wlshxng to have many more of these soclal events and very glad that xt had been so successful G R CHRISTMAS PARTY The Girl Reserves held then' annual Chrxstmas and Mary ane Party on December 17 ln the Club Room There were many dlfferent types of anes and all were ready for a bug ttme which they cerlamly had Several chlldlsh games were played by the lnttle ones after whnch each lxttle gurl was gnven a present by Santa Claus The refreshment overseers then proceeded to admmxster to the chxldrens hunger and served candxed apples G R SWEETHEART PARTY On the delightful exenmg of Feb 7' the G R members and thexr boy frxends happlly assembled ln the gym all ready for a jolly good time The gym was very cleverly decorated m colors of red white and blue which some how made you think of George Washxngton and hxs lxttle hatchet Amidst all of the confettl the tables Contests were then asslgned to dxvnduals were out of luck nf thexr and contests were then enjoyed by Late xn the evening dellclous commnttec guests were finally able to find thelr places at the small xf some of the tn box Other games the different guests and lf seemed as nose was a llttle large for the match a refreshments were served which were prepared by the Th G R wishes to thank Mxss Mandevxlle for her splendld efforts xn hclplng to make thus party a huge success G R MOTHER AND DAUGHTER BANQUET The G R members and thexr mothers met at the Fxrst M E church Frlday Nlarch '8 at 6 30 for their annual banquet The guests were seated at long tables formed IH the shape of a trxangle decorated rn blue and whxte on each table was a beautxful bouquet of carnatnons Then they partook of the scrumptuous dxnner prepared by the ladxes of the church Followmg thxs a splendid program was gxven and also some fine toasts by the gurls and fnOthcrS Wfe all hope that all social BH-BITS In the future will be as enjoyable as th1s one MN! , 'Nob-:l""'K0 450 'X ,QTL ll X N Ir fa or v , age ' --, - f s . , -L A , A be .. 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I - Q -V I ' ' ' - A I 52,4 , , Ml, , JJVAJ 1 Ltgi -,Vg . - GXL QT JIIL mr imc Foofban CLQV W N DK Q49 in M Mx f fx, E Xusii-2, A E Il QQ 2 ,H .pfffa-QS sri: THF SP' COACH FRED McCLINTOC K ac as he IS lknovxn to us vsas 15 ant coacn last year lut assumed lns duties tlns year as laeacl coacla Mac IS credlred vutla four ye lr of football playing at Aslaland Col lege also hxs graduatxon from tlae same school He attended Pop Wfarraers Coaclalnq Qclaool at Wnttenalatrc mo years aqo H s worlt rats year IS to be complimented conslderxns tlae clr umstancts nt laas nad to vsorlc under We laope lVlac wlll return to bis dutles as coach of C H S For many ynars to comc CAPTAIN PAUL MACKEY The last na lme of the great faglatmg Mackeys IS our own bus Wxtla a true hglatmg, Splrlt which beats only thc n'lUdel Ofarlgerlldrl Bus lLd ITL YC'1lU fhr0llgl1 the SC'lSO!'1 with lane success Ir mav bc said f Bus that lae deserves all praxse for lac laas upheld t e Mackey tradmon for Gallon Hxzh We mush Bus creat success at college for lae has tlac abllxty and was well lllfed by all the sq lad CAPTAIN FLECT EDWARD HOEKSTRA hddle was elected captaln for lats aomtv and knovxledve ot football HL was claoscn as second tcana end or the all ltazue teams tlaxs yc ar Next year Eddte wxll undoubtedly be rhe best and ln tlae league He Pxces nn tacltlmg on defense blockmg and catcamc passes on the offensive Tl1lS bxg blond wtll make naucla trouble for the tackles that play against hmm Wt ltnow he will lead tlae laglatlng, Orangemen tlaroucla a successful season next year .QQQW QP cw 'U 'ALA IX 1 - , , ,iiwig .Q - . 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Ai f V 8 3 0 I . l A A '- ,ff--o K , - - 1 , , f 5 5.a I gr j bl'- -T1 Af' '- :r"f THI' S P Back Ro H ll'vy Sllcah ll C thall Coach lVlcCl lock Golclm h R h Callenclr Nlyu Sh pard Pfe fer l dle Rox m.,ello H Ma lc v ook Logs Hook I a p r rc r Yun Ckey D 1 r nt nry Rn 1 ar rc U on Whlrtrldbe Younl., Burn .Stout Ho v lrlm Harg.,an DATI- SLpl'CfI1bCl' September October October l Xlovcmbcr lNox cmlvcl- NOX unlncr 'Novcmlncr FOOTBALL RECORD OF 1929 Gallon Gallon Gallon 9 G1llon Gallon G1ll0l1 7 Hlgll Hlgll Hlqll Hlgh Hlgh Hlqll SCORE OPPONENT SfORl C 1nc4.ll1.d R 'Q cfcsllme Hlgll Hlfdmg 1-ugh lvlmfacld Hlgll Shelby Hlga Dfllwm Hlgll Ashl-md Hlgh Bllcyms Hlgh ulfyslllle Hull lf 'QSM wklrfo GY-'f 'O Al' 'll Pl AC l Hcrc Here Hera Thou Tllcrc TIILIC O ,, S n 1 gx 1 0 I sk 1 LQ.:-1 V g- jf' k 7 h -.' V' Q v q 0 L vvfr. ' X I " F I l gs ' fl ,K ' i X 1 5 A 5 , ., , 1 .9 U Y 'K . ' I f 'f l l"' Qw: Dill. e' , l . us . in . 5 1: . csc . e 2 . . lVl'd I vz Pa f . . c er. C . n. 5, r . S erry. 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' " ' x , iw X 1, I, GC ' I J - 1' If f1- T-4-'c ag , , actin Tl-IE SP' MACKLY L T for thc last two years Bus has been chosen a an 'lllleague tackle whlch speaks enough Bus surely played a wonderful posltlon and we are sorry to say Scnlor and has played hls fourth or G1llon I l a task lo take hls pace g me at h s at he and last year find somtonc FREDERICKS L H G otgl proved hlmself to be a good halfback l rohahly one of the leagues best ha Ht open fleld runners FOOTBALL YOUNG Q B P.lg was capable of catchlng and rcturnlng, punts tor long galns Pug though llttle n st1tu e made lt up ln srength He was cl good mln on defense to break up passes and equally well on olfense to hloclc or carry the 'l He ls lost lay graduatlon PANGELLO L G oe was a srappy guad who h1d plenty 0 fl hr and courage Ho was a good blocker 1nd 1 falr tackler oe had tough luck thls season made hun unable to play ln the last two g,1rnes We ale sorry ot los oe through graduatlon GAMES H S CRESTLINE 6 ThlS was the openlng game of the lalrly successful football season of 1929 Thls yeal belng the Hrst year for most of the players, the team look d pretty good In the early par of the game, a Crestllne back got away for a touchdown l'he Flghtlng Orangemen then started a scorlng attack whlch resultcd ln four touchdowns before the game ended H S HARDING 0 Gallon opened the N C O league by beatlng l-lardlng Hlgh of Marlon Thls game was played here The day was vcry hot but the Orangemen, ln the best of condltlon, proved that they had a good team The Orangem n scored IXVICC durlng the game and blocked 1 punt behlnd the goal llne, for a safety wnlle Hardlng never threatened the Orange goal I-I S MANSFIELD 8 The Orangemen after a weelcs rcst lost to Mansfl ld thelr l'-lfSl league loss The Gal IODIIES could not get star efl th flrst qt.-lr cr As a result Mansfield scored 1 safev and a touchdown The last half the Oranqenltll ou could not overcome the lead Mansfleld had fought and out played the Murphymen but lf, n el ,O if 7 . O H .' 3 if J r . l V T J! . ' ' ' , th ls a 1 .' . ' , '. 5 :ls lull. f . ' . l w'lI be 5 to .' ' Q , . . ' , l . - . , ,l ' , r . ' . ' f ths year. He excels ln carrylng or passing thc when he received a broken collar bone. Thzs ll. - t p - '. e ' . . - - Y. , .. ' . sc J ' . G. . .-25 - A f M . . e . 1 1 I 1 G. . .-14 - G. . .-6 - 5 0' 0 I " I 4 Y I ' , A , - . M ec' J x - ,qs C-.JP Xt 7 GX,-x!ls Ye THI' SP1 SPERRY R T Sperry at the begxnmng of the season was tried at fullbacl. Later he was found to be more valuable to the team at tackle Sperry wrth hrs l96 pounds used rt to a good advantage at this po muon He wrll not be back next year COOK R G Cook was mexperlenced man thus year whrch handxcapped hrm a great deal But he gave a good account of hrmself especrally rn the Del uwwre game Cook was a good man on defense and nearly as good on offense Cook also wull graduate thrs year MYERS-R T Football rs practncally new to Frxtz He had tough competrtxon at hrs posmon but managed to play enough to make hrs letter If Frxtz would have come out for football last year h would have developed mto a mrghty fine tackle We lose Fntz too CALLENDER R E Gene came from trainer to an end He was mexperrenced as a football player but developed very fast Everyone wnll remember the pass h the only score ln the Shelby game Gene also graduates H S SHELBY 13 Gallon lost thexr second league game ro Shelby by 1 small score 13 6 This was thc hrst game away from home and the green Galronxtcs seemed a but frxghtened The team out fought the Shelby grlclders but couldn t score untnl the last few mmutes of play Thxs score resulted from a forty yard pass I-l S DELAWARE-0 Gallon decided to get revenge for the defeat that Delaware handed us last year S they dmcl ln a sea of mud on Edwards Field The team could not get started ln the flrst half because of mud and penaltres But rn the second half the Orangemen scored two touch downs rn the first five mmutes of play and then scored agaxn In the fourth quarter H S ASHLAND 0 Galxon Hugh won their second league game at Ashland by a score of 180 In thxs game the lighting Orangemen showed their stuff The first score came after an 82 yard march the second 'after a 50 yard march following a blocked punt The third score came after Ashland lost the ball on downs on therr own 20 yard lme egaxlillllfb I '50 ll , Q X X Q X3 v Q C 1 l . U ' - - . i e I ' an . - . . ' A - , h Q . . . I . - I - I r l e . , , f -' caught and ran '45 yards to cross the line for G. . .-6 - l ' 4 s , - . I . , 5 . . ' . G. . .-19 1 ' ' U . o f , - . , - G. . .-18 -- Q , - - , ' - ' r I X 4 1 ' ' g V 1 G Ge' . J .. If 11 -Je, F f M5524 THE , YP' CUTSCHALI. R E Clutch and Callender dlvlded the amount f playlng between themselves Cutch was a good end on the defenslve and also a good tackler He never had much experlence at end but h developed rapldly We are very sorry to lose hlm by graduatlon HOEKSTRA L E le that tall blond end was an l ea man to snag, passes He was also a good blocker and tackler Xve shall 'xever forget that pass touchdown As he was elected captaln for next years team lt speaks well for hlm SMITH I' B Harvey one of the three letter men back held the pos tlon of full back arve s r tearlng smashlng sort of 1 football player He 1 lsle t e n o e s able to Smlth wlll be a valuable man next yt-ar STOU'I l H o lt l e ut l e s t lt fwste t man on the squad He h1d tough oppo sl lon hls ear to hold dovln regular o wln hls letter Slout wlll bl back next year t ne hls best at a regular posltlon BUCYRUS AND MARYSVILLE The Bucyrus 1nd Nlarysvllle games had to be canceled because of the smallpox cpl demlc whlch broke out ln our CIYV The Orangemen looked forward to these games espe clally the Bucyrus game Gallon w1s favored to wln both games, but were dlsappolnted The Orangemen had a falr season, ulnnlng four and loslng but two games Mansfleld won the N C O champlonshlp Wllh Shelby a close second Bucyrus 1nd Gallon were tled for thlrd place Ashland got fourth place and M3flOn l-lardlng ended 111 the cellar The SCUIOIS th1t graduate and to whom me owe 1 great deal of credlt are Captaln lVl1ckey Young, Frederlcls, Sperry, Clltschall Myers and the managers, Helby and Dlll ROBERT RANIKIN ASST COACH Bob Rankln, who 15 a close frlend of Coach lVlcCllntock, acted 1s 'lsslstant to hlm lflr Ranklns work wus hlghly 'lpprecla ed by the members of the squad, school and com munlty He 15 a graduate of Elyrm Hlgh School and w1s 1SSlSlal1I to W1lter Pfelfer 'lt Ashland College He IS well lllted by everyone and we hope hls helpful work wlll CODIIDUQ l XXQWIY 3 0 ll 1 " " ' ' o . . , " " Q ' - . "H wa: a ip- ' . e cal tac ' or Ili th line like 0 ne lpe is "Edd . I 'd l St L ls lttl b ' ry fact. ln fart. l f . - . - Qt t 'K y ' a p - he caught in the Marion game, for the last sltlon. Despite this fact. he played enough to . - l In 4 I ' . C A A K 4 K x -' - 1 - I I . I l . - . I , I . I . . I l ' , . . . . H - , 4 . 1 . 1 4 ' . . . ' . ' , . z . . ' . , 1 - . , ' . , . H 11 f - ' - ' ' l . . 4 l . A , 4 C l -I. ' I K C V C K 4 . ' . I 1 . ' A I , ' 1 ,- f Q , ' 3 I ii I -. Q -at 'X ,V.p. 125 L1 Q .Qi S-.ff-' 5-jfgk 71 -.' THE 4' .SPJ LOGAN C Pete at center gave a good account of hum self for never having played thus posmon before His passes were not always the best but tnmes hr pulled the team out of danger wlth good on Pete will be back next year and e are re he w be of great value to t e team BURNISON R H Don was the only Sophomore to make hxs letter thus year Don ls one of the best block and tacklers on the squad besides bexng good pass recelver He gained a regular posltlon after has appearance ln the Marlon and Mans Held games He stlll has two more years YUNKERS-L G mall ln height and weight he dxd quite well He was at hrst a sub for Logan at center Later ln the season he was called upon to take Pan gello s posxtlon l G which he successfully Filled He will be a good man next year HEIBY MGR Bob was back thus year to see that the equip ment was ln good shape and talten care of Ht was liked generally tor hu way of takxng, care of the equnpment This makes hx second year for thus Job He graduates also DILL MGR Dull was to see that the balls were out on the held and see to xt that they were nn the equlp off the held put up bleachers etc Bob grad uates after completing two years of this servnce SUBSTITUTES It IS no more than proper to mentxon the subs here who were out on the held hghtmg and worlcmg hard wxth hope that some day they mtght get a posltlon on the varsxty Many good coaches say that subs make the team So heres to the subs th1t they wxll get thenr chance They are Dewalt Whtttrxdge Resch Goldsmxth Rensch Upson Bodley Garverlck Slcahlll H Mackey Hardin Henry, Shepard and Pfexfer G H S FOOTBALL BANQUET The Football Squad of 1929 met at the umor High December If for thclr 1nnu1l banquet After the dinner was over and everyone had all he could cat the following pro gram was gxven Mr E R Beetz acted as toastmaster 'md called upon Mr H D Snyder who sang When Twilight Comes and dedxcated xr to George Frederlcks Mr oe Nlotsch then gave a talk on athletlcs ln G H S Following this Coach lVlcClmtoclt gave out the letters He announced that Eddle Hoeltstra was elected captam for next year and 'tlso gave the schedule for next year The program was concluded by 1 short talk gnen bv Robert Ranlcm The banquet certainly proved a reward for the hard and faithful work of the fel lows durlng the past footbmll season 'S 3' x 1 gs 3 T931 JT? s X ll A-W . 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'4 3 ll 1 E I - -J IQ DIL Q3 'T ,.v"' lip.- lv THF' SP' C OACH FR1 ID Mcf I IN1 1 JI ns ee 1 111 1 1111 1 1 1 ren N L L S l I UIIL1. 41 1191i 'IINK S I III 7 Sl 1 1 I 1 IC I Tl 101111111111 1 11 s s ss 11I 19011 rI11s VL 11 1 111 XFOLIHCI 1 hom to IWLlIId 1 rea 11 C o1c11 NI1fI111111ck came C I' Y 19 'lgglg 0 l t YIIIS YQ I successI11I ye1rs 111 G1I1o11 I-Ilgh HONORARY FAPTAIN At tha I51sI1eth1II banquet the Ieturmen 111cI n11n11,e1s of the 1930 B1sI1e1I11I te1111 xotcd to h1xc an Honorary C1pla111 'lhe Honorary Captam 1s 111 1cIc1 O!'lgll1'llCCI by Coach Gauth1er dlrcctor of athIet1cs at Ohlo XVesIeya11 Unlverslty The Honorary C1pt1111 sys tem cons1sts of the Coach pxcklng the pIayer who worked the I11rcIest cIur1ng the prevlous week to act 1s capt11r1 Th1s en1I3Ies everv one to have an equal chance to act 1s capt11n dunng the yc1r Ar the end of the season the Iettermen and r11111agers choose 111 Honorary 111111111 TI11s 1cIm1 of I-Ionorxry Cap am I11s hecome qunc POI'5llI'l!' throughout rho I1r11L 1oIIeges md SLITOOIS f APIAIN GI OI QI FRFDI RICIx9 LKII C l'1IOI'I ,IIT OIS IIS IIISI 1 1 II 5 was when In D1c1111e 1t11r II11 sfcond 5L1111stLr I1st yL1r George 1s 111 ILII 1 I1 11111 for h1mseIf s nec then I311115, c1Icc cl 1970 IOEU h1s 1111 se-1sor1 He due 11 HL 111 1s 1 fer he was p1cIce 1 111 Inrymro Iy somr wnters We hopm Geor e 111 ,Nw ro 1 II er 111cI Ixcep up h1s fine work Good IucIc Georges LIU! ...J .x WXQ IYAII -J' 'Aw ' N K I xr. 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' ' IC f.111l:11:1 I11' 1I:11 - 1.'Ic' I 1 II 1 1 1' I- ' 1 10I r11g111IIx I1:1Ic11hnII. 1 '1 d 15 1 ' .1II-Ie111!111- ' 1' S ' . V 1 1 g ' 'N '11 04" 1 " . . , I 0 1 X17 XY X1 ge -fe1+'f'f7 5ff2f- 7x w. L, THIS 41 2.5'Py enter R lront Ro DAT? December December 70 December aularx l anuary anllary anualy 'IHU1 y February February Februarv Februar lNlarch 7 Back R Ga ck D Lola C Campbell R Ghb n 0 I u P Mackey S a a l D Burnl on Y :nk r W Ska l Volk L R denour L Bodl y RECORD OF GAMES OF 1979 1930 Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon G1ll0l1 Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon Gallon SCORI- Hlgh Hlgh Hlgh H ll Hlbh H 1 l Hlgh Hlgh Hlgh H gn Hlgh H1911 Hlgh League qi 3' sl OPPONENT SCORL Shelby Hlgh Kenton Hlgh Washlngton C H Alumnl Bllcyrus Hlgh Ashland Hlgh Bellevue Hlgh lxlmon Hugh Mansfield Hlgh Napoleon Hlgh Bucvrus Hlgh Sandusky H gh Flncllay Hlgh Games I LGKUEOBXQQQ AL M PLACL There Hcrc Here Here Here There There Here There Here There There Tournament nw: D. rveri . . Goldslnlth. E. Hluelxarra. V. ln. . A . . l 0 5. fi ug: CG, Sn N. . A -Pill. vls. UG.. Frederlcksj C llinler. . '5 . 13 K ' A 25 A Z3 .. . I . ' 37 ' 11 Z7 . 4 ' Z8 I 1 ' . . 19 5.1 1 if . ' lg. 25 ' 19 ,lanunry 5 Gallon High 21 Shelby High Z6 Here :V J. . IO . 1 'Y 25 ' , 27 J. . 17 . ' gi Z7 . ' 15 J. Z4 . ' ' Z4 ' I1 - -I. K r' il 2 I I lb 'l I lk 15 'Vi 'f 7 1 I ' 22 1 ' 15 if W ' li A Q A 26 1 I 16 - . 21 ' 21 A ' 26 . y' 28 C ' ',' 8 1 1 10 '. I I I Bl I 1 I 45 I , fl Pb' T S 4 QW 3 o 1:09 ' 1 G "O 5 G f Z' '40 -me s ey GEORGE FREDERICKS R F George had a lxttle tough luck last year by not get tmv hls letter but thxs year he earned one by his hard playmz Horsle was a good p1sser and probably the best f1ker ln the league which at ttmes proved valu 'able In hls scormg and to the team Another of his valuable talents was that he was a good drlbbler and xery f1st Hls posltlon will be h1rd to flll as he grad uates ln the sprung PAUL MACKEY R G Paul Nlackey topped off has Hne record tn Gallon Hxgh athletics by agam wlnmng a berth on the myth: cal all N C O league basketb-xll team He won thxs honor thru his Hne defensive 1b1l1ty at the guard p smon This was Buss fourth vear on the squad 1nd naturally me 'ure sorry to lose h1m by graduation GENE CALLENDER L F Gene folloulng ln hls brothers footsteps e1rn:.d himself a posntlon on the team thls year We wxll all remember Genes playing xn the Mansfield gam Duck was the fastest on the squad and used this abxlxty on the fast breaks H was a good shot passer and a good defensive man Hrs 'xbtllty to dug out the ball 'md handle the b1ll at trmes proved very valu1ble We 1rc sorry to lose htm through gr1duat1on EDWARD HOEKSTRA C Thus was Eddxes second year at thxs posmon which does no harm ln makmg 'my basketball plaver He was the tallest on the squad and could get the jump on any center or any basketball player m the league Hts greatest asset to the team was gettmg the ball off the backboards 1nd getting lf started down the floor We are glad to hear that Eddie has another year to shme for G H S ,ami with ye. ll , W-il.-.-S ', ,ls C' Y , , l s U 1 cv 7 ' V . ., , . 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C , , 1 A l . 1 . . . . . . . f r I 8 , lf ., 1 - -TI f 5 1I:RI D-XXIS I I Dues one the three letter men from l1st ye1r pl1yed 1 good LWFDC' 11 foru1rd Stlbert 15 1 zood p1sser 1nd 1 good shot Hts defensue qame over sh1doxed th1t of hls offense which 1t times proxed more x1lu1Lle th1n the offense Wfxth this yexrs ex perlence on top of the other experience D1xey h1s h1d he should he 1 N'llLl'llDlC cog in next ye1r s te1nx DONALD IJURNISON L G Don ns sm1ll m st1ture hut when xt comes to l1slteth1ll he 15 bl to hold his own Hls experience on the unlor Hugh KC'l!11 l1st ye1r en1bled him t r1te on th: rlrst fl e Burnxe ls 1 good shot but es of all hes 1 good floor man when nt comes to tund1 ment1ls He ts only 1 Sophomore 1nd with two more player CHEQTER CAMPBELL G C1mp'1ell 1lso s1xs seruce on l1st ye1rs unlor High fC'lIT1 l'le h1s 1n unc1nny eye for the h1sl-cet uhxch en1l1led h1m to get hls letter His only h1nCl1c1p I9 th1t he ts 1 httle slow but 1nyw1y he m1kes 1 good Qu1rd He ls t1ll 1nd C'll1 t1lce the h1ll off the h1clc lo1rcl He I5 'mother Sophomore 11111 should prove X'llLl'll7lf' next ye1r DONI5 GARVERICK MGR Wfhen xt c1me tlme for the sults to be gntn out the suits to he z1thertd up or to get somethmg up town Doms M15 c1lled upon He w1s 1 hard worker 1nd well deserves hls letter Garverxck wxll beque1th his Joh to 1clt Volk since he gr1du1tes this ye1r ROBERT GIBBONS TR LXINER Boll g s only one letter for football 1nd ,715 etmll uzs on u1s to treat mjurxes rub men down 1nd t1ke c1re ot other thmgs undone He h1s 1 couple more ye1rs to do hrs f11thful work will eww Tl-71' 4 SP1 I f dw 30 N3-'fc Qu 'O 0:1256 'xo yt, I3 X . .3 N --ix X fx ,, , xg 1..,,.:-- Y - ' 7 5 L, X R A v ' Q 1 l 'llfl' A H . " --. 5. . s' . X A l . ' I . lk ' lc 1 5 1 . V ' I .. " xl ' I . a Q . . V 1 . i . J . ' . l. . 1 I o X . ' ' v . ' ' ' '. . . h t l . . -A I . - 1 years he should develop into a very good lvnslcetlnall I l 1 . . f . - t' . ' ' J. ' , f t . ' . , H H et . L. - Q lc l. . gl I.. ' ', ' I , . . 1. N ' K '. . l I l X, A I f g L -A-'I 1171 Tl-If 4' SP1 H S MARION 15 The Orangemen vlalloped the Presldents ln a N C O L game at the ll1"l101' Hlqll court 7615 The Orangemen out played and out fought the Presldents throughout the en tlre game although they had a hard tlme gettlng started The flrst quarter ended 3 O wlth the Gallonltes leadlng At one tlme durlng the second half the Orangemen lead 163 Then both teams started a SCOFIDQ spurt as the game ended H S MANSFIELD 15 The Orangemen drubbed the cocky undefeated ln the league Russell lvlurphy outfit 7715 The Orangemens zone defense proxed fatal to the TIQCYS The G'lllOl1 lads never played llke they dld ln thls game They just coulclla t be beaten The Tlgers lead 17 10 at the half but that was soon olercome The foul shootlng of Gallon was superlor to that of the Tlgers whlch probably won the game H S NAPOLEON 16 The Orangemen closed thelr last home game wlth a vlln The Orangemen a llttle cocky ovtr the Nlansfleld game falled to get golng ln the flrst quarter so the second team flrl lshed the remalnder of the half the score belng 84 YV1fl'1 the Frenchles leadlng The Or angemen came back ln the last half to rlng up 77 polnts whlch ISHI so bad whlle they held Napoleon to 8 H S BUCYRUS-76 The Flghtlng Orangemen traleled to Bucyrus to clos thelr league season wlth thelr old rlvals Gallon sure had tough luck on thelr shots whlle the Redmen played over thelr heads Bucyrus took the lead at the beglnnlng of the game and held lf nearly all through the contest The Orangemen came out on the short end of a Z6 71 score ThlS defeat landed the Orangemen a tle for second place ln the N C O L H S SANDUSKY 10 Gallon Hlgh cagers met the Blue and Whlt cagers from Sandusky on thelr own floor Thls game as one mlglat guess by the core was a baseball game Both teams lacked the Orangemen but that II was the last scheduled game The half ended 77 the thlrd quarter 88 and the game 108 H S FINDLAY 45 Gallon was ellmlnated from the DISIFICI Tournament at Bucyrus by Flndlay 3145 Those lads were good and had a lot of luck ln thelr shots The Orangemen lf they had made half thelr shots would have beaten Flndlay badly They led Flndlay IWICC durlng the contest Flndlay won the tournament easlly and defeated Bucyrus ln the finals by a scort of 40 74 whlch doesnt speak so badly for Gallon Thls was the last game for Captaln Frederlcks Mackey and Callender SUBS The Basketball substltutes who dlcl not FCCCIXC a letter and deserve a lot of credlt for the success of the team are Stout Goldsmlth Logan Skahlll Yunkers Bodlev and As slstant lVlanag1r Volk BASEBALL Baseball only tvlo years old IH G H S has had another successful season In the sprlng of 1979 lVlac lV1cCllntock asslstant coach took full charge of baseball Practlce was held at Helse Park elery afternoon and the boys were much enthused over If The Gallon Hlgh nlne went to Tlfhn and carrled away the North Western DISITICI Baseball tour nament Thls has been the second year ln illCC9SS10l'1 that Gallon has won thls tournament Gallon was now entltled to enter the State Tot rnament We drew Canton lVlcKlnley for the hrst game and were defeated Canton was runner up for the State Champlonshlp The flrst nlne who made the EYIPS conslsted of Skahlll p Mackey c BUFBISOH Callender lb Glrton 7b Frederlcks Sb Ernst If Stall cf G Callender rf and c and Goldsmlth rf e'i'9 Q5-1 X853-A Gkfxayl-J az'-LT QX H -5 es? ---M l -fc 7," ,Q e7 ' Q ' ' 7 1 G. . .-26 - 1 '. .' 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CMJ I x ' ' -' V .'JJ"A I 'I f L v- i - 'V f 'qu ig I f' 1 'Ilalf' XX'unCll llrn C11 lon 1 rtu tl lto 511 IN nrrle Mlrh 'lllra r llr ' 1 l al 1 11 lrt r 1l rrwtll1e :11 lrte f' Stoner Ga lon 1nln- 4-rlll ll r nl n C a ln lrrl Iarol C lrrl xlartha Iiellv I-lerndon Boyd Clallon llrlml rrlter Cla lon yllldrr-d C1ulzIerMarquart Nleu london 3111 Nl Ma 1011 Plttxhurgh Idna lol, n Galon lom Nlaldens Gallon 'Xlatllda IVIatI1laeAm1rk Cnllon Xlgernon Lashley New Caelngttln I C Iadys Nlltrhell Vllller Gallon C11 IVIye-r-. Ilorl a arenel Vyll Galon I rnlell IVIOnro0 VU1lson Gallon XX lllard Peacock l-Jatcl1ogue L I t Ieanor Ret-ee Berk Detrolt lVllLI1 Xrthllr loleter Redlands Ga leon Rlck Gallon N ary Wlsler C leyeland XX'llIlan1 Reyno Gallon ldna Slnlth Cla lon ll wt-rt ar Cla mn Iolel 5I1l1rn1 lrRu1I reaxl Slnltll New a e Beth Woolenanlder Clelelano O Ianlew Shl.ln1aker Glel eland O Ixlarlorle X oung Wlttlbachlagtr Cuyahoga Ioweph lN1otsch Gallon 1'lt Gllcad 1917 Henry Alluardt Brodbteat Wls Irederlrk Blehl Shanghal Ghlna fl 1 B ac Sanduyky Ruth lioyd Stewart Gallon C he-.tel Bumell Detrolt Mlch Cleo Ghrlsttnan Gallon l'l1Ida Delhle, Sharrock Clnclnnatl O lCel1netl1 Dye CGoIut11IJuC O Ilulllne lzcksteln Glelelancl O tella hnlelehart Cla lon d y tlryrue I oulse l'rl.eman Rlck Gallon XV1Ifred Glaham Gallon 'Vlarlon Gauvleller Lakellood O Arllnr I-lanlon Fdglngton Bellefontalne Q7 XXlIma Helscher Cook Akron O 'Xllldttd I'lLlnIln Blelnlellauxer lakcvlood lrman Herr Gallon old l"ltliTl11an Berea I'-lolner lVlotwl1 Ga lon Rhea Hllfllnan Stevens I-redonla N 1 lertrtlde Helfrlch Kloptenwteln Gallon .l or e lxst Ga lol1 leer 11 Maple Ga lol1 l n Nlawe 1 Belleiontalne 7 'Margaret IVltGann Reed Grestllne lld NICCI-lrren Gallon Xlta Mlller Hayesyllle 5 ldlllda Vlonatl-felser Gallon 'x'l1t1d IVIutl1 Post Gallon Don Nlueller Clcyeland O Stem: IVlotalnger Gallon laxne Neff Nladlson S R-llph Neuman Xnna PfelferHayes Gallon Walter Pfelfer Donald Pour der Gallon RL! lp, Ja lun .wt ll lr lardson If lftrllc 'X ac Rlhl rlkelntz Cla lon X I art Rltlhaupt Ga lon ljonald llxk Iele at1 falls r ltae er lets' a 1e 'Nrta 111 ll C Imlela 11rrt1 1l1l11tl lllr iruenk Ga 1011 lhel Stone Ga lon 91111 1erer 11 a ln 1 1s1ll1f.Ilvl1 oln annatta l r Xl tlrm-lrl Irlf-1 w Vllldrc XX lrlfk 1 1 1r1n11 C5 anrhe X 1 l r 1 X 11 1II 1 1 1 lan e er e lefnntalnl r fe tr Ga lon ldln f tnmerrnan Shtrrt Iaul Srhaefel Toledo O llorence Qnyder Berk Gall: ll 1918 an1e nge lndlanapolls n 1e-xter Hate Cla lon yde l'1ers1l1ger Galnn Roland Berger C.Ieyl.land Ralph Cass Dayton O Mlldred Cxrotty Gallon George Dallas Cleveland O George Dunn Cxleye-land O Bertha Engelhart Cerll Flnk Arnold G1l1on lrell Plnney Ghrlytlnan Gallon Norma GeIsanIlterScl1le'ck Gallon Sarah Goorley Beeele C harlutnn XX N Herbert Helfrlch Gallon Ruth Herndon Rltzhaupl Gallon Ice Hotrenroth Gallon Clyde Kunkel Gallon Ora Ketchum Gallon Esther Llnbenmann Place Gallon Carl Marsh Ann Arbor Mlch Robert Mlller Gallol1 Gharle5 Nlonroe Gallon Ralph New Portsmouth O Modleska Motz Angell lndlanapllll arlle Parke 5 Dtrmv Arla Pfelter Gallon I uella Rlhler Homer Gallon Herbert Rlck kent O Dorothy Reld Coltllnlwls O Dale Rhlne art Ioseph Rlst Gxllon Herbert Romlne Gallon Drlla Sanderlln Slnlth M X ernoll I relta Srhaefer Shaw her Gallon lxan Self Ga lon I-leI01 Sells Gallon Atrl1l1r Smllh Belle 4111111111 let Stewart Gleyelan C5 larl Logan Gallon Ilan Mann Gallon Nlaud Stone Bender I xl to 1 lrac 1 'Vlan nel 7 Nr-nl XX Cher Be' efontalnl O leen a Clelelan arenrt X1 1 111011 tn 111111. a t- Vlany t 1 1111 X I cl 1111111111 Cl11o11 1919 ldvtlrl Allkerman Coldwater 7 llll Ima Baker C any Gallon Htrhert Black Clallon Nlarlorle Copeland Gallon Oycar Durtschl io-t f111mtnlp,F,er Gallon N arlon Ireexnan Gallon Ind Cathryn Garlerlrlt I-ckert lexln1,tnn 0 llare Harrlneton C11cal,o Rtltl lxrelter Dorothl H1lHnlll1SuII1larl llln IVIleh ' -na I C ' 1 -'x'1'1al1 I SI f . 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BURR MARSH C9 SON 208 arcfing ap Easl :: Qalion, Oh' Snyder 5 Funeral Home C'7If'IGT:!Z?I0lUK'5 Best of Servzce at Moderate Prlce INVALID CAR SERVICE C11 A dD y x hi LADY ATTENDANT I M I e AmCIlC3H VauIt The ongmal u1cIc Closmg Open End and guaranteed WATER BURGLAR and VERIVIIN PROOF THE HIGHEST BASE AIR SEAL MANUFACTURED Both manu aciured only by flue VA ULT SPECIALISTS e Amerzcan Sleel Grave Vaull Co I N HILL Fresh and Smoked Meats GIOCCIICS, I:1sh and Oysters Besl for Less CentraI I-IoteI L N SHEPHERD M Southern I-IoteI N O WEAIill-,R P p FETTER S B1ll1ara' Parlor THAT S ALL e Thomas Hardware Co Ixd Hardware Pamts Onls and Sporting Goods dgwy f'7 I u C6 , Th ' 99 f a .s nswerc a or I Iig Th Phones: Main I64 Res. ain 389 . Galion, Ohio U U Q. I. , gr. . GaIIon, Ohio ' IVIans e , Ohio I I. . 1 I T . IO , 9 DcaIersln All 'In 5 of III I-Iar in 'a West Cahon, Ohio Main I65I Q The Globe HART, SHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHES Florsheim Shoes lnterwoven Sox Stetson Hats Good Clothes Gnd Shoes Of Men and Boys SENIORS E F Kzopp as Co OUAI ITY ,ff 'ts Xa DRY Roy Flowers iNIILR ll 5 3Qum131Q53Jnnm-A We earncsllp wish you Idelime success mgnww r 1 tl1L,..,la1,' 7 GOODS VDASUJQRT FL" " 'Q ' " m4 uffffng Ines liasl '32 5, Market St. Clzxlmn. it ge ' .1 C5 U R E Drugglst foe McManes ffmfxeafq AT YOUR SERVICE cr-Awe Drugs ana'D1me to Dollar Store 125 H 11 g W y E NOW' New Beauty for the NEW FORD Makln an lrreslstable appeal to all who want the utmost ln car beautw and performance Lowest prices too prcvarl on all Ford models See Them Here Fred C Mzller alzon Ohro P u rl ty M e t al Burlal Vault Manufacturers OPEN END OPEN BOTTOM VAULTS e Nafzonal Grave Vault Company GALION OHIO HARDWARE I-IARNEJS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS Fred Hacker C Foriney OPTOVIETRIST E E Pile! S11 Us ' ' OU . g . . . I - -eu , X ar in a , Galian, O. , . G a , 1 gg ' 99 0 South Market Street 'yes wxamined and Glasses if e ' 131 . . 'urlfel Sl, Gufion, Ohio 15 1949 S Quality Above All I-ICYH JOHGS Company Designers and Manufacturers of Hzgh School and College fewelry Commencemeni Inoziafzons OFHLIAI JILWELERS TO GALIGN HIGH SQHOOI Q Bradley Sweaters Wang Ower Shoes Phoemx Hose btag TTOUGCTQ vm, Ham R aa D Laps rvlunmgweaf The Hub Inc Of Belief Repalr Servlce I ATRONIIE RlChardSOI'l S a n B U Sh e Sh p SfflOkChOLlSC BILLIARDS d I 1751 and V N , . . x a 9 " V 'Q HQ fio 15 us- 0 o U ' 0 Soulll .wurlqei Sheet -..p 5.1 'T ' gp Q J... , . Wfherc Good Clofhes and Foolweur ure Solf I Reuaorrubfe Prircs Al ' y. lylti He, 6 Ba U, l,mp-5- ANI ' Qufiun, Uh Ca an 2565 Quearm '- AA 'Ng SETS BUICK SALES AND SERVICE Day and N rght Service and Slorage GGIIOH Mofor Car Co C'jSHAWPp Central Hotel Bldg Candw ches and Shorf Orders Served al All Hours Special Sunday Chic en Dmner PARTIES A SPECIALTY Ea! in a Home 11 e Almosphere The Funeral I-IOIIIC Byrd I W hzflrldge Morlzczan W hrltndge Scrvrcc Salzsfes A mbulance 'Pulmolor PHONE M I 777 The Sweei Garden Home Made ICE CREAM lces A1lKmds of Home Made Candy So I Drinks and Lrghl Lunches Har ng Way as an J Neuman 81 Baehr Service Statlon 326 HARDING WAY EAST Serwce wzlh a Smile CITIES SERVICE GASOLINE AND KOOLMOTOR OIL M ohawk Tues 1291? IV A le., . . , 70. PLANKIS . 4 U ' I . H ' -'lg H z ain lf . . no d. 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U C O 'Q an kr Budd IVIus1c C0 IVI FREESE gl Co CLAY WORKING MACHINERY I h Our Moifo Is SERVICE C1aI10n Auto CIuIJ Here .S success to class l 93 0 Baumgartner s Greeting Cards ana' 1 ts F S Vvlsterman gl Co WOMENS APPAREL STORE Frzgzdazre Mayiag W asker GALION ELECTRIC AND LLGGAGE STORE HdgWyE Q3-1 Q Planob ,QU IOS P!I0fIlII77fUp!I5 . gf-1 XT . 3' Harding Iay Wfest Records Sheet Iwusic Supplies ga ion' O io , Of YA 9 Helen un Smilfr, Sec'y. I Galion, Ohio ar in a ast i Qu Q, l l Quallty Baked Goods The Tasty Kind The same good quality rs alwavs malntalned rn Stutzman s baked goods Prom a loaf of bread to the most delicate pastry wrll be found that d6llCIOU ness of flavor that makes Gallon folks ask for more STUTZMAN S No Maller Whai You Wan! To Buzld We can furmsh the matenals Merely tell us what you want and how much you want of rt and well have lt there tn no tlme A C Gleclhrll Lumber and Burldmg Supplies MAIN l334 Eat at the Gallon Dllllflg Car ood Home Cooked Food DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE Baker s Drug Store PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Save Wrtlr Safely at Your REXALL DRUG STORE CONGRATULATIONS 'Vlam IZ44 Lady Attendant Volk Funeral Home Ambulance Servrce COMPLETE CII XI EL tl byrvt vat C Gallon News Agency I3I Harding Way West Dally and Sunday Newspapers aa.. .. GN . . S . , . X . 9 3l5 llardtng Way East Gallon, Ohio Extended to Class of - ' Th Dealers ln I I f J , Personal A ention to all Services r. o Phone Main H88 I THE ALLEN SUPPLY C0 , Inc 9 Q' if WW' W :aw Radzos Radzo Supptzes Washers Etectrzc Ranges Sweepers, Ironers Wfznchester Guns and Ammumtlon Paznts Lacquers etc G E Refrigerators 223 Harctmg tfVaU East GUIIOU Ohio 'Img' AAI'-FM GIRLS' You can dress better at the teast cost Here s to the Class of by trading at 930 SA UL 5 ON THE SQUARE tlftay they succeed ln thezr endeavors 's"f'l'k 'ee We Furnzsh Plans If you are going to build and need help we can furmslm complete worklng plans at llttle or notlung price for any slze house Perfeetlon Steel Body Company LAUON OHIO Come and Talk With Us The Gation Lumber Co. MDX-QL -Y 7,7 VY 5,55 a o fffg:1ix,e'24fsfs1.f1-wei ze' A 5, N: , A fe ig'-,-34' - Lf?.Q,,mQe"QP ' kgggggdgauf J ,l if , . -1 ,L A 1 3 f ,typ 7 I 1 , , 9 7 Y ' - , . 1 , , , . M401 W? W,,,,w-"" ifgiia Q Cltlzens N3tlOH3l Bank ZPXSFJ3 Welcomes The Opporfumiy of Seruzng You 3 QE 3-" 'xiii 11:1 . Ti. W . . ' V fm " ' f'1AffgiE11f-1 -Av. 'E '4' ,-gif! 3, ..:TTit2:ii5V..v:,L's , g ' 'wha' 7 -5 -,,v, w' , 4 .- EI I' , fig ,Q " Q- ,,., 1, , ,, 1 1:- :: if 1 4' -A f 1- ., Q- - 'A'Q 4 Ae -A M, 4 2 V ' . A 3 f' i A: , fu fi L mwwm 0 .. WWmWWW,,,..W,, mm. V Y i in I I. 1 ! W3 Q 0 0 I L, Galion, Ohio - 0163354--'A Foocl F or Thought The owners of these stores live ln your town are your neighbors and frlends help to support all of your rnstrtutrons, both puhlrc and prlvate glVC you good servlce appreclate your patronage accommodate you rn case of srclcness Consrdermg lhe Above Facls Don! 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