Gambier High School - Milestone Yearbook (Gambier, OH)

 - Class of 1931

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i i Q 3 F 2 4 ! in f- .J -...--.-wgTr1E NHLESTONE ,Q --1----- THE MHiBTONE ANNUAL wggr VOLUME VII E41 ,gggggifigg 1 1 1 1.31 7' QkmbkrfHUh5khad .-. ig. ..,. Published by THE MILESTONE STAFF Gambier High School Gambier, Ohio I93I -..-T ---. i--- 1931 ---i-i----- -1- --qw---NiTHEMu15ToNEEa + Page Two Table of Contents ADMINISTRATION Board of Education Faculty CLASSES Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshman ATHLETICS Football Basketball ACTIVITIES Organizations Literary Music Dramatics CALENDAR ALUMNI NEWS JOKES ADVERTISEMENTS ----------193x---- -V-V-1 'l THE MILESTONET ----. - 1' "H' 'flffff flllllllllllKllil Dllllllllnl.l1llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllle: " luv .1 -,L '-., .- ., '.,,' nun.: H 5 5 THIS BOOK IS DEDICATED f TO OUR Q fi FATHERS S AND S MOTHERS Q our watchful guardians and best pals, Q if who encouraged us with quick smiles ' when we made mistakes, and rejoiced ,gf with us when we did well, our parents, - the providers of HOME, that essential institution of love and beauty, work . and play, freedom and order. In the 5 passing years, YOU, we shall not for- get- QD:- s ..,:ff" :A .h all lllll llllill lllllllllllllllllllllll ., Lmm:,.: ,,,,...... ':, ..,,,..,. ,,,,,,,,,, ..,.,..., .,,,....,. 1 -'i--"-l--'-'l--'-- I 93 I --------'l--l-H--'----'----l-H-L Page Three ---.----- --5-----W THE MILESTONE --.------1------ - 1 Milestone Staff Editor ........... .............................. ............. ..,..... R o g er Walton Ass't Editor .,,........ ......... F rances Horn Business Manager ..A....... ......... C harles Lord Ass't Business Manager ...., ......... G erald Long . . ' Homer Doup Advertising Managers ......... .,.. R ichard Rowley . . M th P Ass't Advertising Managers ,.... .... E 3EenaFa3VIS?gt Jokes ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,...., ........ R obert Steinmetz Society Editor ...... ........ E leanor Brown M' Harold Fleming Spmnts """"""" """' i Ethel Ulrey Alumni Editor ...... .,...,.. L Ouise Adams D th St t Faculty Advisors ..... .... C .DIZ gostjggj :,-,,:,:.: ,.,,:.,:,2.:,: Zn: I 9 3 1 ,:.,: .:.:.:,,-.,:.,...:. ,:4.:.,:.,: Page Four , -,--V Q '-m-yum.--., - v 4 4 A 1 A I A . A , 4 2 JL A ' A ' , . .AA ' A lv ' ,-1:T'f'f1 "1i ' It fi-,3- , iff-1 vf "-H A ,, 1 A xl N 4 5 Fx Q. 8 ft 1 'Q . " f V, xi if -- w sw' ,g+2""f"-SJ?" -'gr' . t 0' 1. .M ,'.--'-" 'du 1-K-W --1 X Gambier ifiigh Schovl XDM IP-I ISTRATION -1- -.-.- - - -A 1 -,-rsg2i1yTHE MILESTQNE 1 ---e---r-4- ......gmQ,y'QifE,F67NQ.9mm-+---- Foreword Days pass into months And months into years. The years mark the Commencements And the End of School Life . . . But each Milestone as it appears Serves only to deepen our appreciatio Dear old Gambier. ...+-gnQ,m m3ME-m... n for 931 --r-----------or---r .1- Page Seven --'-.-'-e'-- V-A ---V-A ' 1 THE M 1 LESTO N ,-1-e-e--e- -- -R -We--. ell lf' Board of Education WINIFRED PARKER GORSUCH W. S. SEITZ President Vice President ex CHARLES BENEDICT ULYSSES S. LYBARGER FRED PARKER -1- --A--4-4--Re--------R-,V--R---M l93l -e-M-,----V-e-----V----------A Page Eight -1- l-A ---l----it-is-l-l -- I r i A-----JMHEMHENUNE --------- will JF xxxxxssxuxsxssxxxxxxxnxsxxxxxnnxxxsxxxxxxxxxsxxxsxQty BOARD OF EDUCATION Winifred Parker Gorsuch .............................. President Wooster, Ohio, Akron University and Cleveland School of Art William S. Seitz, D.D. ............................ Vice President Kenyon College, Bexley Seminary Charles Benedict Gambier Public School Ulysses S. Lybarger Ohio Northern University Fred Parker Gambier Public School William Adams ...... ..,.,,, C Zark xxxx sxsxsxsxxs ssxxxsx 4 4 4 4 f 4 4 4 4 f 4 4 f 4 4 4 f 4 4 f 4 I 4 f 4 f 4 f f 4 f f f f f f l f f f f f f 4 I 4 f f f f 4 f 4 4 Q20 xxxx 9M ------------- + Page N 'ine -'------------- THE MILESTONE --.-.--i-.,-..-., -1::-.:-:.-.:-..:.,:.:..:. 1 9 3 I :l-,:.::.:.,-.:,,:,,:,,:., Faculty l n 1 - . C. A. HOSTETLER CLARKE L. FOSTER Superintendent Principal MABEL JACOT I. M. SNYDER DOROTHY STEWART Page Ten 'U' oi U U U ! if :- ::w:::: THEMHiETONE 1::::Ew:::: ----.-----------.- .------. -,--------------g:, FACULTY I I I I I I I I I C. A. Hostetler ...........,..,.,................,...... Superintendent j I Science B.S., Wooster College, 19175 Wooster College, 1919 . . Clarke L. Foster ....,,.......................................,.. Principal French and History A.B., Park College, Missouri, 19215 Ohio University, 1924-253 Ohio State University, 1930. Mabel J acot Latin and English B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1925 Dorothy Stewart English and Home Economics B.A., Ohio Wesleyan University, 1929 I. M. Snyder Music Mus. B., Chicago, New York xxx!xxxxxxxsxxxx'xxxxxxuxsxxxxxsxsusxxxxxxxxsixxxx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I n-xxgxxgzg a:::::::2I9H a::::::-Qecsaaf Page Eleven '?' l U U U U u ll U I ini. 191911 -:ini U U U u u U U U 'I' -we-::mm:::1 THEMHi5TONE p:::em::: Page Twelve In Gambier Many happy days we spend In Gambier. Joy and mirth we often lend In Gambier. Our ambitions are the strongest, Our assignments are the longest, And we get our lessons "wrongest" In Gambier. We should all obey the rules In Gambier. But we often act like fools In Gambier. Yes, the foolish ones and gay, In the study hall will play, Then the "Old Boy" is to pay In Gambier. We have many kinds of fun In Gambier. Usually we're on the run In Gambier. All our teachers we like fine, Even though they're cross at times, Still the sun will always shine In Gambier. We have girls of many a type In Gambier. Some of them are getting ripe In Gambier. 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"His own studious way pursuing, No matter what the mad world's doing." I9M -------- 1. Vinum. 1. .1 Page Fifteen -x----W- --19:32 -:1::-- :A THE 1vlll.EsToNl-3 22:3-12:.:.:..:.:..:..:. I I I I I 1 P 2 Q PAUL COLGIN I Class President 2. Q Dramatics 3, 4. Football 3, 4. . Operetta 1, 2, 3. . Glee Club 4. l "A strong firm chin, and eagle eye, I 1 Are marks of character we judge him by." I I L l 1 l , I MARTHA ESTELLA HOLTZ I l Dramatics 3, 4. I Operetta. 1, 2, 33 Prin. 4. i Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1, 2. . Track 1, 2. E "The world's no better if we worry, I Life's no longer, if we hurry." I I Y L Q . I I i ROGER WALTON I Milestone 3, 4. I Debate 2. I Dramatics 3, 4. Operetta 2, 3. Q Class President 3. I Football 2, 3, 4. I Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain. I "G" Association 2, 3, 4. I Glee Club 4. I "The combined good qualities of a student and an I athlete." I , . I I I I + 21-1--1.-if:::1o:oivi:L-rviciaif-z'i. I 9 3 I LT-:ti ifinzi 111,17 20:11, i vi 1, Page Sixteen -1 C.: I-I:-I THE Mm-:STONE i'l:i:i'l,i::i- :iz MARTHA TITUS Dramatics 3, 4. Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Basketball 1. Literary Contest 4. lone." CARL FAWCETT Dramatics 3, 4. Operetta 2, 3, 4, Prin. Debate 1, 3, 4. Football 3, 4. Basketball 3, 4. "G" Association 1, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club 4. Literary 4. Ambitious, one of the active kind, Jooial often, and keen of mind." I Class Historian 3. Milestone 3. Dramatics 3, 4. Track 1, 2. Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Capt. Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4. Glee Club 2, 3, 4. "G" Association 1, 2, 3, 4. ..:U:..::.:.-2:hz--2-:A I93I ':-:-:':'l:-':l-:-- "She always gets the better when she argues a- MARGARET FLECKN OE "Life is a jest, and all things show it, I thought so once, but now I know it." ll,-U, ,, ,,, ... Page Seventeen ze:-:-:.-:--:.l:::-1 THE M1LEsToNE e:::l:.:,:121:41-.lzl-:E . MAE LUCILE PURDY Class President 1. Debate 2. Literary Contest 4. Lincoln Essay Contest 2. Operetta 1, 2, 3, 43 Prin. Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Secretary. "G" Association 2, 3, 4. Drarnatics 3, 4. Class Historian 4. "Favors to all, her smile extends, Her cheery kindness wins her hosts of friends." HOMER DOUP Amity 1, 2, 3. Milestone 4. Football 4. Basketball 4. Dramatics 4. Glee Club 4. "When athletics and duties clash, Let duties go to smash. -fr-4 -1-11' ifzuiui:-:nz 1-1-1+ Il ETHEL HALL Glee Club 2, 3, 4. Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4. Dramatics 3, 4. "She is somewhat timid in her ways, But surely thinks good nature pays." Page Eighteen 2- -. I93l 1:--I-It----:-1--iz"-:M-:--1-----za-:G -1- ll-. -4- -1- -. -. -A 1 -,-l---- 'l THE MILESTONE , --H--V-it ill JF Class of l 93 l Our minds were made up to be graduates. Thoughts of Work seemed to bother not one. We made our quest, studied, and gave our best To finish what we had begun. Our first year was a war-like struggle, With classes, new friends, and the rest, Tho' our second year proved our fitness To compete with none but the best. Our third year, how glorious we made it! And ah! what a dignified air, For we were honorable Juniors, Lower classmen could but envy and stare. And now our four years are completed, We regret all our follies and pranks. Here's hoping the class of '31 Will stand at the head of the ranks. In classes, in scholarship, and spirit, To our best we'll always be true, And some day, O dear Alma Mater, Our footsteps will stream back to you. -Margaret Flecknoe, '31, 9 3 1 i-l:-:-l--l:il-- :A-it-M:-ll: l- 4- Page Nineteen -H:-1:12.-: 11121.21 THE MILESTONE ---1-1-.------U I My Day Dream One hot September afternoon, I strolled down an old familiar path to a quiet spot near the woods. I seated myself by a small stream which has refreshed many a weary traveler passing by. I tried to read, but my book did not interest me in the great outdoors. I looked into the distance. I saw the blue sky with small white clouds dancing in the breeze. As Iwatched these clouds, they seemed to take shapes. I saw in one the picture of Old Gambier High School. In another I saw the class of '31 four years ago. Sixteen happy yet worried-looking faces chang- ed to smiling ones in thinking of that desire to press forward to that Great Goal which seems so far away to every Freshman. As I watched longer I became a part of the cloud dancing with joy in the sun's rays. All of a sudden my eyes saw a small cloud a little higher in the sky. In this I saw the class of '31 as Sophomores, now only fourteen in number. I saw a new face, that of Maxwell Jenkins, but some of the old familiar faces were gone, namely Alice Butler, Irene Nell, James Woolison, and Ruby Blair. The rest were struggling hard with their languages, sciences and mathematics. Again I found myself a part of this cloud and I looked deeper into the heart of it, to find that we meant to do our best, regardless. I looked a little higher and I saw a cloud, perhaps a little dark, shape itself into the large class room. There was our class of '31 as Juniors, feeling themselves capable of taking up greater responsibilities which must be shouldered with great courage. Then I lcoked toward the west and there I saw a small cloud rather dark but with a silver lining. I gazed at it in wonder, trying to find it's secret. I saw some dear faces, but there were some missing and also a few new ones added. Maxwell Jenkins, Jessie Rush, Louella Crawford and Regina Pore are gone, but Gerald Long and Homer Doup help to fill their places. There are only eleven weary looks yet calm, seeking and not find- ing that thing which they desire most. The questions on their faces are: "Have We fulfilled our duty in such a way as to be a credit to Old Gambier High? Have our accomplishments been enough to have our names go down in its history '?" I saw by their faces that they were sad in their hearts as the days drew near when they must leave their dear teachers, schoolmates, and friends on Dear Old Gambier Hill. The cloud with the silver lining gradually disappeared. I aroused myself, and regaining my thoughts, felt a sadness grip my heart, and I cried to this dear old cloud, Farewell! Farewell! Luoile Purdy. -.,:..:.l:.,:,-I-1.-: :..:.2.:..: I 9 3 I .:..:.:..:..-.--..:..:.,:..:.:..:..:., Page Twenty -A-----i---.-.----W-Q-. THE iviiu-:STONE -IH:-2--22:-:-: Senior Class Will As our time grows short the Seniors have thought of many things they wish to leave with the remaining classes of Old Gambier. Margaret Flecknoe My permanent wave to Dorothy Pipes. My ability to eat candy to Ethel Ulrey. I am sure she will form this good habit within a year. Paul Colgin My strength to Howard Laymon hoping he will not hurt anyone. My bashfulness toward women to Harry Patterson. Marguerite Petry My good conduct grades to Dorothy White as she needs them. My schoolgirl complexion to Ada Stull, if she should need it in the next two years. Roger Walton My ability to argue to Neva Whitmore. My last years basket-ball shoes to Albert Holtz, hoping he can use them. Ethel Hall My bashfulness to Charles Lord. My red dress to J aunita Chadwick, hoping it to be a perfect fit. Carl Fawcett My perfumed letters from Danville, Mt. Vernon, and points East to Leroy Wolfe. Now Leroy's heart will skip a few beats. My sweet smile to Dwight Gorsuch. Estella Holtz My gift as a contralto to Irvin Brooks. My fountain pen to Mr. Foster, may he use it. Homer Doup My bright red sweater and power over women to Harold Fleming. My car to Harry Laymon making it easier for him to see his girl. Lucille Purdy My long hair to Eleanor Brown as she seems to be desirous of a gift of this nature. Martha Titus My big feet to Mary Woolison. My extra hair pins to Vonnie Gadd. Gerald Long My seat in the "bad corner" to Robert Steinmetz so conditions will be improved next year. My long walk each morning to Louise Laymon. -if-'Ii-:H--M:-iz-1:-L:-U:-i-ia 1931 V:--:i:lazy--ii:-V--i-U:1-A----:U Page Twenty-One -I-1------T------. THE M1LEsToNE -:cl-:l:l:l:-1:1-ll:- Senior Class Prophecy On the beautiful spring evening of May 15, 1951, I found myself in a beautiful oriental garden in one of the most romantic cities of China. I had come here for strange and mysterious reasons that cannot be reveal- ed. As I wandered through that garden I came upon the beautiful crystal ball of the Chinese. I looked into it. My thoughts turned to a time twenty years ago. As I continued to gaze into that majestic revealing glass I found my attention first drawn toward Margaret Flecknoe. It seemed as though the ball was moving and a queer feeling came over me. I leaned toward it. It was water and a gondola was gliding lightly over it. Margaret was in the boat, which was being gracefully steered toward "Rezzonico", Browning's old home in Venice. I watched more carefully. It stopped and Margaret was escorted into the house with the air of real ownership. One glimpse of the interior was enough to assure me that Margaret was a successful poet and had chosen this place for her career. Slowly the water changed into ice. The house melted into an igloo. A large man dressed as an Eskimo was standing near by. A closer view showed Roger Walton at the North Pole. I followed him in the glass. He entered a court room which was extremely modern and walked up the aisle. It could plainly be seen that he was a lawyer. No wonder, I had of- ten thought what a pity if his arguing ability should be wasted. Once more the glass changed. This time it showed huge green trees, plants, and vines. Suddenly they were drawn apart and a man slipped through, in full hunter's attire. A large gun was carelessly slung over his shoulder. I recognized the jungles of Africa and Paul Colgin, the ex- plorer. I then remembered he had always enjoyed reading books of unex- plored countries and that he quite often longed to be there instead of in school. In the glass a strange city took form, with strange people. I could not imagine what it was but quickly a large hall was before me. It seem- ed like an enormous theatre and at the farthest end was a most gigantic stage with an orchestra of several hundred pieces. It was coming closer. The leader was rapidly growing more clear. That face-could it be-Ger- ald Long? The way he directed one could easily tell that he had compos- ed the music. How I longed to hear it and if I only knew where he was! But that was useless for the picture was rapidly vanishing. Next, I saw the Canadian wheat fields. How beautiful they were! They were evenly and systematically planted. Slowly a tall, heavy-set :.': : zu....:.....:.-:..:..-..:..:. I 9 3 I .-,.:.-..:..:,.: 1: .:..:..:..:. Pay Twenty-Two zeenzceazema THENHLESTONE :-I---I-x-2 man was approaching who proved to be Carl Fawcett, real estate agent. I really would have been shocked if I had found him anywhere else. Carl had always been interested in land. A large city was shown in the glass. All the buildings disappeared ex- cept one. A tall stately woman was entering. I bent over the crystal. It was Lucile Purdy. What was she doing in Paris? Slowly the door open- ed' and I discovered it was an Art School. Many beautiful pictures were there. I could see the beauty of the work and her signature at the bottom of many. In a very short while one could see she was the head of this most noted Art School in the world. Lucile always had such good taste about the most trivial things. Next, I saw the land of the Arabs with their thousands of uncivilized people. A neat looking young man, an American, was seated in the midst of a large group of these people. He was reading from a book. On a much closer examination it was revealed as the Bible. In my aim to see the book a sudden recollection of the face came to me. It was no other than Homer Doup. I could not tigure the whys and wherefores of his being there. Again my attention was drawn to a large white building. It was very familiar. What was it? Finally, my thoughts settled and I could see the White House at Washington, D. C. The President's office was shown and on the outer door was gracefully printed Marguerite Petry, Iirst Woman President of the U. S. I thought I was insane but the crystal ball could not be wrong. The door opened and there was Marguerite in the President's chair. How I would like to have spoken to her! I was nearly frantic as this silent business was rapidly working on my nerves. I must see the other classmates of 1931. Slowly the glass was changing, showing high mountains. How beau- tiful and grand they appeared as a large touring car made its way along the cliffs and mountain roads of Switzerland. The car stopped at a filling station and a lady stepped from the car. I recognized at once Estella Holtz. Anyone could easily have seen she was very rich by the beautiful coat she was wearing and by other details of her dress. She was, of course, traveling in Europe and was well pleased and extremely happy. Quickly the glass changed to a large country home in California. Fine country homes and farms were laid out. Children were eveywhere. It took only a short time to discover Ethel Hall as matron of this Orphan's home. I always knew her quiet ways would lead to some useful work. Another change of the glass and I saw a little school building on a high hill. The steps, hedge and other details of the premises were strange- ly familiar. I realized I was homesick for it was dear old Alma Mater, Gambier High School. Martha Titus, '31. -:S--Q:-::::-:l9M aa:--:aaa-C-2 Page Twenty-Three :ez I-V:-2-:V-2-:-2.-2 THE MILESTONE A .I 1:-T:---1--:Q-:--: iz.:- Junior Class History This is station HSG, Gambier, Ohio. It is now ten seconds until seven o'c1ock. For the next fif- teen minutes, the Junior Class of Gambier High School will entertain you with achievements of their members through the three years they have passed. The beautiful music dies away and we hear time announcing the year 1929. l Thirty-two Freshmen entered on their High Neva Whitmore School work with great enthusiasm. They proved President themselves students and won the good will and re- spect of all their teachers. They helped, also, in most of the school activities. Charles D., Earn- est, Richard, and Harold won numerals in football. Neva and Earnest were subs on the basketball teams. Eleanor and Charles were given principal parts in the High School operetta. Kathryn and Frances H. were our president and secretary. A brief pause. Time announces the year 1930. The class now numbered but twenty-three, several having dropped out during the Freshman year. All members worked hard and made bet- ter records than during the previous year. Neva won honors in Mathe- matics. Richard, Charles, and Harold were subs on the football team, while Earnest was a regular. Neva, Lottie, and Frances P. were subs on the girls teams. Earnest was a reg- ular on the boy's team and Richard and Harold were subs with Charles, Student Manager. Four members of our class, Charles, Frances P., Thelma, and Eleanor, were on the County Cham- pionship debate team. Charles, Eleanor, and Richard had leading parts in the operetta. Charles was business mana- ger and Frances H., society editor on the Milestone staff. Charles was chosen president and Neva secretary. gee,-emry Kathryn Armstrong :.2........:.......-:-1..:..: ,....:..:. 1 9 3 I :.:.:..: :..:..::..: .: :,.:.:-:..:. Page Twenty-Four 'I' 1----it-1---4.-i-H--i-- JJ THE MILESTONE t ------------,----- Again there is music but Time interrupts to speak for the year 1931. They found two new teachers-Mr. Hostetler taking Mr. Bowman's place as superintendent, and Miss Jacot taking the place of Mrs. Bowman. Very satisfactory progress was made. Earnest was captain of the football team. Richard and Harold were regulars. Neva, Lottie, Vonnie, Eleanor, Kathryn, and Ethel were out for the basketball team. Earnest, Richard, Charles, and Harold made the boys' basketball squad. Charles, Eleanor, Richard, Irvin, and Dwight had principal parts in the High School operetta. On the Milestone staff were the following: Charles, business mana- ger, Frances H., assistant editor, Richard, assistant advertising mana- ger, Robert, J okesg Eleanor, society editor, and Ethel and Harold, sports editors. Neva was elected president of the class and Kathryn, secretary. Ev- ery pupil had high hopes and was looking forward to next year as being the biggest and the best. Harold Flmning. Front row: Robert Steinmetz, Mary Woolison, Harold Fleming, Neva Whitmore, Kath- ryn Armstrong, Dorothy Pipes, and Irvin Brooks. Second row: Ethel Rusha, Thelma Butt, Dorothy White, Lottie Ransom, Vonnie Gadd, and Rachel Benedict. Third row: Frances Horn, Eleanor Brown, Ethel Ulrey, Leona Hall, Isabelle Dudgeon. Fourth, row: Leroy Wolfe, Richard Rowley, Dwight Gorsuch, Charles Lord. 1931 ,:..-..:.,-.,:..-.,:..:.....-:.l:1-:w:. Page Twenty-Five :-:ll-----X:-T:Q-:f-:A-:Q ' THE MlLEsToNi3 H -1---.-,-..-.-..-.-.... Sophomore Class History The meeting of the Sophomore Class was call- ed to order by our president, Albert Holtz. Martha Purdy, our secretary, took notes on the meeting. Her reports show that the Sophomore Class has been well represented in school activities. N C. Herbert Dudgeon reported that in football, Robert Hall, Harry Laymon, Harold Burch, and Robert Hillier received "G's". Jack Titus, Howard l Laymon, and Donald Jacobs received honorable mention. Albert Holtz Presiclfmt D i According to Robert Hall's report in basket- ball, Jack Titus, Albert Holtz, Robert Hillier, Irvin Brooks, and Robert himself received honorable mention. Rose Cagnon called our attention to the fact that Juanita Chadwick was chosen on the all county basketball team and that Margaret Lauder- baugh also won the coveted HG". Martha Purdy, Barbara Morrison, and Ada Stull received honorable mention. Coreta Horn reported that Margaret, Juanita, Albert, Jack, and Rob- ert received principal parts in the operetta. William Hunter's report of the Literary Contest showed that Martha, Barbara, and Margaret took part, although they were defea.ted in the first contest at Fredericktown. The secretary's book shows that Audrey Jones, Dorothy Blair, and Lucy Belton were former mem- bers of the class but dropped out in their Fresh- man year. The meeting was then adjourned by our presi- dent with best wishes for another successful school year. Robert Hillier. , Martha Purdy Secretary ......:.....:......a..:.,:......:..:.:..:. 1 9 3 1 .........-,-..-..-.-.-.-.-..........., Page Twenty-Swv +--1--'--'---t-----t--1--- THE MILESTONE R t:-,-H-4-:.t-M--2.-- -if Velim I would I were beneath a tree A-sleeping in the shadeg With all the bills I've got to pay, Paid! I would I were beside the sea, Or sailing in a boat, With all the things I've got to write, Wrote! I would I were on yonder hill A-basking in the sung With all the work I've got to do, Done! -Martha Purdy First row: Howard Laymon, Barbara Morrison, Martha Purdy, Albert Holtz, Robert Hillier, Margaret Lauderbaugh, and Rose Cagnon. Second row: Robert Hall, Coreta Horn, Ada Stull, Juanita Chadwick, and William Hunter. Third row: Harry Laymon, Harold Burch, Herbert Dudgeon, and Jack Titus. Page Twenty-Seven UB 1--111'iezeievjasjw-111--1-n:1vI1v1-1411-1-i1141111111411114-zviiciivivziezazwzeiiii-1-io:--ivi-viviv PI4 I l 1 :zz1:l:.:-:ff:H:':-:- THE MILESTONE ---.V----------4-----. Freshman Class History The Trial of the Freshman Class of 1931 RAP! RAP! RAP! The court was called to or- der. The trial of the Freshman Class was about to begin. Judge Hostetler was presiding. The first witness was called and Rupert Frye stepped for- ward to take the oath. The first witness testified that, as a class of seventeen, the Freshman entered Gambier High on Sept. 2nd. They were said to have been the "green- est" class ever to have come to High School. The first witness also testified that the class officers were Harry Patterson, president, and Helen Steinmetz, secretary-treas- urer. Harry Patterson President The second witness was called and he testified that in the operetta Ruth Fleming, Helen Steinmetz, and Vennice Ransom were under-studies, and Darwin Vincent, Willard Allen, and William Parker were sailors. Those receiving parts in the "Laughing Cure" were Ruth Fleming, Will- ard Allen, Isabelle Ashburn, Eileen Fawcett, Harry Patterson, Eleanor Fawcett, James Frye, and Vera Rowley. He also stated that Harold Fleming took the part which Kent Doolittle was unable to fill because he discontinued school here. The third witness testified that, of the several girls who went out for basketball, Ruth Fleming, Vennice Ransom, and Helen Steinmetz were the only three to remain with the team all season. Both Vennice and Helen made the second team. The 3rd Witness also stated that William Parker was the only boy who finished both the football and basketball season, and that Eileen Fawcett was the only one from the class to receive a place on the Milestone Staff. The case was given to the jury. After a few minutes had passed the Court Bailiff rushed in, fol- lowed by one of our most bashful but most studious boys, Harold Beckholt, just in time to hear the jury's decision. It was that the Freshman Class of 1931 had very successfully and satisfactorily completed its first year in Gambier High. The court then adjourned. Helen Steinmetz Secretary -.-.---- ----- --- --- 1 9 3 1 :Hz-:-1:-S-:-1:-2-V:-Y-1--Q: Page Twenty-Eight ---m--m-m- THEMmmwom5 Here's hoping that the jury gives the Freshman Class of next year the same decision. TO A TOMBOY Curly hair and freckled nose, Tanned bare feet and stubby toes, Grin that's everybody's joy -- Here's to you, Tomboy. Friendly eyes of deepest blue, When you look, they smile at youg Frank and honest, seldom coy - Here's to you, Tomboy. Swims and fishes in the pond 3 Carefree little Vagabond! Keep your charm without alloy S Here's to you, Tomboy. Vera Rowley. Vennice Ransom. I raw: Louise Laymon, Helen Steinmetz, Harry Patterson, Helen Fleming, and ll' :ances Hall. lic ofzfi row: Vera Rowley, Isabelle Ashburn, Vennice Ransom, Eleanor Fawcett, and ' we W--Terr. rom: William Parker, Darwin Vincent, Kent Doolittle, James Fry, and Will and Allen. Fourth row: Rupert Frye and Harold Beckholt. -------------l9H ----- Page Twenty-Nm -1-V1-L1-li., -H-l--l-H-- ' THE MILESTONE -----in-V--- Ry? EMM What Sort of a Father are You? What sort of a father are you to your boy? Do you know if your standing is good? Do you ever take stock of yourself and check up Your accounts with your boy as you should? Do you ever reflect on your conduct with him? Are you all that a father should be? Do you send him away when you're anxious to read? Or let him climb onto your knee? Is a book more important to you than his talk? Do you find that his chatter annoys? Would you rather be quiet than have him around? Do you send him away with his toys? Have you time to bestow on the boy when he comes With his questions-to tell him the truth? Or do you neglect him and leave him alone To work out the problems of youth? Do you ever go walking with him hand in hand? Do you plan little outings for him? Does he ever look forward to romping with you, Or are you eternally grim? What memories pleasant of you will he have In the years that are certain to come? Will he look back on earth as a seaon of joy, Or an age that was woefully glum? Come, Father, reflect! Does he know you today, And do you know him now as you should? Is gold so important to you that you leave It to chance that your boy will be good? Take stock of yourself and consider the ladg Your time and your thoughts are his due. How would you answer your God, should he ask, What sort of a father are you? -Author Unknown 1 9 3 I ,-U-l-U-l--,l--l-----l-Al I A a I t u 6 I U O . ' - ' Q 4, A 6 1 . Ii:--" - V ' I- ' A,-'f'Qj--rw..Qff'f -- x t K - l .. ' ' Q A Fx " A A --X' Nu' -xy 'FEL it " . lsjf. Jqgriixf' . . ' 5 "-- 'Y-at 4 r Cglfewu " 2552 - A . ifilnub' - ' ffff pm gh School A-xH 1 E'VIcg1s Captains ROGER WALTON EARNEST MCMAHON MARGARET FLECKNOE Cheer Leaders JACK TIT US DOROTHY WHITE ROBERT STEINMETZ Page Thirty-Tln'ec + - -I-I -1-- -I -1-- --1511112 M1L1zs'rc1N1f.Tl21-I-I --.- I ..-- 1- .1- 1 III I 1 1 -M1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I I I I I 1 11 1 I1 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1--w 1 +---------------1931----- ---- I------+ Page Thirty-Four 'U' izxifioil 11.1-.11 1,1 U n U ! l U ! ll n u U U U U u U IU U ! ll U u U ll U u U U U n -i- ----------- THEMHEHUNE ::::::-2: Football Gambier is the smallest school in the unit which plays football. It is handicapped by small, light candidates. 1930 was no exception to the rule and few victories were won. Gambier spirit, however, made a cred- itable showing against heavier, more experienced rivals. The team gives Mr. Foster, our coach, a hand for his faith in us and for his excellent coaching which really made us what we were. Earnest McMahon - Fullback and Captain Earny was a great fighter and defensive man. He could be depended upon to make his yardage and was our best broken field runner. Earny is a Junior this year. Roger Walton. - Quarterback Bugs was the best tackler on the team, being known, after punting, to have gotten the man who received the ball. He was a great punter and an accurate passer and could hit and go through the line like a ton of bricks. G. H. S. mourns to lose so great a player. Gerald Long - Right Half Gerry was the fastest man on the team. He could go around end with the speed of the wind. He was a hard tackler and never missed his man. G. H. S. regrets to lose Gerald by graduation. Homer Doup - Left End This man was a stubborn fighter and a sure tackler. He could al- ways snag a pass when it was needed. Homer is also lost by graduation. Carl Fawcett - Left Guard Carl could always be depended upon to make a hole in the line or pile up the enemy when they started a line plunge. Carl graduates this year. Paul Colgin - Right Guard He could pile up the opposing line or tear holes in it when yardage was needed. He was a stubborn fighter and always fought to the end. He will be missed next year. .:..:..:.:..:..:1:-.:.,-.:..:.':.:..:..:. I 9 3 I .: 1 .:.: :.:..:..:..:.-:-::':i:-- Page Thzrty-Fwe .1 . -------.-- ---1--V-.l-M T H E M 1 L E 5 T o N Elgin'--T-H-1-f - -l--- T-T Harold Fleming - Right End Harold was a great defensive man and a persistent fighter. Although light, he was a good tackler. Harold has been chosen captain for 1931. Robert Hillier - Left Half Although light, Bob was a good player with the never-say-die spirit. Bob is only a Sophomore. Harry Laymon - Left Tackle Harry was very light but he had the fighting spirit which makes up for everything else. Harry is a Sophomore with much promise for the future. Robert Hall - Center This small, tough boy was noted throughout the county for being able to break through his opposing center and get his man before he had started. Bobby is only a Sophomore. Harold Burch - Right Tackle Harold was a good defensive man and could break through the op- posing line and stop their plays before they started to develop. Harold has two more years. The following boys deserve great praise. They are the ones who bore the brunt of every practice but did not earn their letters: Richard Row- ley, J ack Titus, Howard Laymon, Irvin Brooks, Robert Steinmetz, Donald Jacobs, and Charles Lord who was our manager, always on the job ready to administer treatment. Harold Fleming. -1- T-T----2----V:---1V:-v--l:---l:---- 1931 -----T---T-----T--it-4---it--. -1- Page Thirty-Six 1'--'-H-4--1-----H-----QQHKTHE MILESTONE .:.-2--:M-:Hz :cel- First row: Juanita Chadwick, Margaret Lauderbaugh. Second row: Ethel Ulrey, Neva Whitmore, Kathryn Armstrong, Margaret Flecknoe, Eleanor Brown, Vonnie Gadd, and Martha Purdy. Third row: Coach Foster, Vennice Ransom, Barbara Morrison, Ada Stull, Rachel Bene- dict, Helen Steinmetz, and Supt, Hostetler. Girls' Basketball The Girl's Basketball season proved very successful. Although not every game was won valuable experience was gained. If the girls develop their possibilities which Coach Foster has pointed out, they can look for- ward to a still better season in 1931-32. Margaret Fleckiioe - Forward and Captain Dard is good Always handyg Just give her the ball And she'l1 shoot a dandy. Neva Whitmore - Guard Neva is fine, You always can tellg Right on the spot With her forward she'll dwell. 'i'i"i"i"lUi4'i'i"iU1"iHl"il I 9 3 I -llliHlv'l'ilHll'l' lI'lI'l"iUi"l' Page Tliirty-Seven :hz-V: 2-1.-V:--2-2 V: ' THE MILESTONE -: 6:1112 1:-Y--1:-:H Vonnie Gadd - Center, Captain-elect You can't tell it by talk, You can't know it to listen, But just you watch Gadd, She'l1 shoot one a whizzin'. Eleanor Brown - Center Talk about guarding, We have it all rightg Keep your eye on Brownie, To the end she will fight. Juanita Chadwick -- Guard Now here is Wany Right up in the air, They'd like to knock her down But they know they don't dare. Margaret Lauderbaugh - Forward Margaret Lauderbaugh, Little but mighty, She can't be beaten In four years and ninety. Kathryn Armstrong - Forward Of all the black-haired forwards You never did see, A girl above Kathryn, In e-qual-i-ty. The first game was with last year's championship team, the Alumni, at Rosse Hall. It ended with a close score of 16-15 in their favor. Amity came here and were easily beaten, 35-11. Howard was the next visiting team. When the game was over Gam- bier had chalked up another victory, 33-25. Gambier repaid Amity's visit and won again, 23-11. Fredericktown's visit changed the tale of victories. Regardless of the girls' hard work they were defeated, 29-21. Still fighting as ever, the visit to Martinsburg made things still more complicated by a tie, 19 all. Again the Alumni undertook to win from G. H. S. but much to their disgust they were unable to do so. The score was 22-14. The team journeyed to Danville in high spirits but came home with a sad tale. Danville won 19-14. iContinued on Page 403 I 9 3 I :.-:-:..:..-..-.,:.,:..: ,:.:..:..:.. Page Thirty-Eight V---it------4i-.'-.i-4- THE MILESTONE :iz :A-2: t: :hz- ! First row: Homer Doup, Richard Rowley. Second row: Earnest McMahon, Roger Walton, and Harold Fleming. Third row: Robert Hall, Carl Fawcett, Charles Lord, and Howard Laymon. Fonrth. row: Coach Foster, Harry Layrnon, Robert Hillier, Albert Holtz, and Coach Hostetler. Boys' Basketball Gambier High School has always been noted for its basketball ability. This year was no exception. The boys played in the final game of the tournament, hence won the right to go to Westerville. Although handicapped by being small, their fighting spirit carried them through to many victories. The boys became famous in the Knox County Tournanemt as midgets who could out pass and out-trick their larger opponents. Roger Walton - Center and Captain Our captain was the key man to our defense and could drop in the long ones at the critical moments. He was chosen as All-County Guard. Gambier loses him by graduation. Horner Donp - Left Forward A flashy forward who was an expert in handling the ball. He al- so had an eye for the basket and, by his sharp shooting, brought the team through to many victories. He was chosen forward on the All-County team. Homer leaves a vacant place in our ranks by graduation. ,:.:N--V-0:1--..:.i-.-:.-:Hz.1..-. 1931 .:..:,:.-:..:..:..:..:.,-.i:Ai:4-:.--- Page Thirty-Nine 2,:-i--i:4-:i:--:':.':- ' THE MILESTONEJT,':--:l-4-:i:-:1':-l:M- Harold Fleming - Right Forward A good floor man and a persistent fighter whose teamwork and pluck brought the team through to many victories. Gambier will be glad to have him back next year. Earnest McMahon - Left Guard Earny was the key man of our offense. He was a crack shot from anywhere on the floor. The team selected him as most valuable man to the team. He will be back as captain next year. Richard Rowley - Right Guard Dick was a steady and cool-headed player. He showed his ability in finding the hoop when the points counted the most toward victory. Dick is a Junior. Charles Lord - Right Guard Charlie was small but quick as lightning. He also became an expert at hitting the hoop. Chuck is a Junior. To the following boys goes great praise as they helped to make the team successful by giving them a good scrimmage every night: Carl Faw- cett, Robert Hall, Albert Holtz, Jack Titus, Robert Hillier, Harry Laymon, Irvin Brooks, and Howard Laymon, The boys thank Mr. Hostetler for his assistance during the first part of the season. Because of his illness Mr. Foster took his place and must be given great praise for coaching them successfully through the remain- der of the season. SCORE Gambier J elloway .................. Here Gambier Amity ............. Here Gambier Howard ...................... Here Gambier Fredericktown Here Gambier Amity ............... There Gambier Martinsburg There Gambier ,,,,,,.,,,,, Alumni .,.......... Here Gambier Danville .......... There Gambier Centerburg .... Here Gambier Loudonville ..... Here Gambier Howard ...... There I-:-A:--:A 1 9 3 1 Page Forty Gambier THE MILESTONE Fredericktown ..,..... 39 There Gambier Martinsburg ....,....... 13 ......,., Here Gambier Danville .,.,,,,,,, ,,,,,. 2 0 ,A,,,, There Gambier St. Vincents ......,..... 18 . ........,...... Here Gambier Centerburg ..... ...... 3 2 . ..,............. There Gambier Howard .......... ...... 1 9 . ..... Tournament Gambier Danville .....,.,,.,......... 16 . ..... Tournament Gambier Fredericktown ........ 28 . ..,.. Tournament Gambier New California ........ 21 . ....... Westerville 1-. GIRUS BASKETBALL fC'ontinued from page 37 J Centerburg then visited Gambier. The rustle and bustle of purple and gold was more than the visitors could stand. Gambier won, 32-18. Next we lost to Loudonville, 21-15. The game with Howard was very thrilling and close. Howard put up a great fight but Gambier won, 12-10. The girls hurried to Fredericktovvn the next night, but it being the night after the night before, the girls were tired and returned home with sad hearts, 28-23. Martinsburg repaid Gambier's visit and fell by the wayside, 28-7. Amity was glad to come back and help finance the Farmer's Institute, Gambier 20 - Amity 3. The next victory was at the expense of Centerburg, 11-9. Gambier played the Mt. Vernon Freshman in the last game before the Tournament and won easily 34-10. The first game in the Knox County Tournament was with Frederick- town. After they had beaten us twice in our county games, purple and gold instead of the basket attracted their attention and G.H.S. won, 20-18. On Saturday afternoon the team played Centerburg, This was one of the most thrilling and exciting games of the season, but Gambier was finally beaten, 24-22. Great praise goes to the following girls: Ada Stull, Vennice Ransom, Helen Steinmetz, Martha Purdy, Ethel Ulrey, Barbara Morrison, Rachel Benedict, and Ruth Fleming. Although these girls did not earn places as regulars they were out to practice every day and the scrimmage they gave the regulars was largely responsible for the successful season. -V:--my:U-0211:-1---2-1:12-:Q-:--:2 1931 -:liz--:HI--QT:-V:--V-rV:-1:-zu:-124: Page Forty-One 5' vi it 1 ll ll ll Q U ll U ll II rl U U l I li l u l U n U U npr U n U ll U II Il ll U 'I' 'N THE MILESTONE --.J-A--.-it--it-. just Smile and Keep on Smiling Page Forty-Two When you are up against it And your bills are coming due, Just smile and keep on smiling And your smile will see you through. When knowledge tests are coming And you think you'l1 surely fail, Just smile and keep on smiling And you'll pass with full-blown sail. When you are in great danger, With none to help you out, Just smile and keep on smiling And your luck will turn about. When you have a task before you, And you're tired and feeling blue, Just smile and keep on smiling And your task will soon be through. When your best girl has turned you down, Don't let on like you're blueg Just smile and keep on smiling, And she'11 soon return to you. Irvin Brooks I 9 3 I --4--fl----H--V'--l-A-LL--H t 4 4 I 4 0 A Q 4 A -Qfif' 1,3 ,, ., 5 0 0 1, X a A xo .L Ink .RJ '-ffx'fXY7 A J' A q,.g!Qhv" .I ta., as, H-"1 fi. Lf Gmzzbicr High School A C 'I' 'I I V IT I E --em:-exm::- THEMHiBTONE Eze:--:x::: Y ln Our Orchestra One thing every high school should do is to encourage its students to cultivate some appreciation for music. By so doing it will help them to be able to entertain themselves and others in a Way which is both Wholesome and pleasant. A large number of pupils from the fifth grade through the high school started in our orchestra class last fall. The orchestra's first appearance was made on February 13, 1931, when a number of selections were played at the opening session of the Farmer's Institute. These were greatly enjoyed by all. However the success of our orchestra depends largely upon the en- couragement Which we, as fellow students, teachers, and parents, give it. 2--we-:::-as-19m ------------- Page Forty-Five ,yu,y,yy,y,y,,y,y,y be .- ,,,,,,,,,, 5lLl'llF,MlLl,blUlNLrF -X- '..... Q 1 1 pn 11 T Boys' Glee Club A Boys' Glee Club was organized at Gambier under the direction of I. M. Snyder. The officers were: Gerald Long, presidentg Roger Walton, vice presidentg William Hunter, secretaryg Leroy Wolfe, treasurerg Charles Lord, librarian. This was the first Boys' Glee Club ever organized at Gambier and the boys seem very much interested as shown by the enrollment of twenty- seven. 4- --'-W--'--------------1931 -l ---- --l------ Puyfc Forty-Si.1c + eww:-cewmzcffrusmuisrows Girls' Glee Club The girls elected the following officers: President ........,.,,.,,..,................ Kathryn Armstrong Vice President .,..... ............ F rances Horn Secretary ..,..,..,. ........, L ucille Purdy Treasurer ...... ....... N eva Whitmore Librarian .....,..,....,.............,.......... Marguerite Petry The Glee Club was quite a success this year and all worked conscien- tiously. Mr. Snyder was the director and the pianist, Thelma Butt. A-------------l9M aaagaaas--QS: Page Forty-Seven ::mD::WUm::' Tuemuisromehcmzzzefma--U Literary Contest The Literary Contest was a new feature in the county this year and created quite a bit of interest in the school. The Contest consisted of Debate, Oration, Humorous Reading, Vocal Solo, Vocal Duet, and Piano Solo. The question for debate was, "Resolved: That the Direct Primary should be abolished." The Debate Team consisted of: A Uirmative Negative Richard Rowley Albert Holtz Charles Lord Carl Fawcett Lottie Ransom Martha Titus Oration ,..................,....,...... ....,..................,.............,...... M artha. Purdy Humorous Reading ........ ..............,.,..........,............ B arbara Morrison Vocal Solo .,,................. .,.,...........,,.,..,...........,...,....,....... E leanor Brown Vocal Duet ................l.,.......,..... Lucile Purdy, Margaret Lauderbaugh Piano Solo .............,.i.,..............,..,.,.....................,,,.... Kathryn Armstrong We competed with Fredericktown Hrst and were defeated 10-4. Kath- ryn and Eleanor won our four points. The following week our winners contested with Centerburg. Eleanor obtained two points for Gambier by winning the vocal solo. In the finals at Mt. Vernon on the following Friday, Eleanor again won and was award- ed a medal. The team wishes to thank Miss Jacot, Miss Stewart, and Mr. Snyder for their efforts. --aaa:--Q-Q--1931------m------ Page Forty-Eight 1"-4-T01 1111 1:-1:31 zaioiz-ini: : I 2-W: -2:1-:iz-:i THE MILESTONE :Z- Dramatics S cene from "TWILIGHT ALLEY" Cast of Characters Dame Needy, mother of a large family ............ ....... Mary Colwill Meg., her eldest daughter ,..............,.,....,. ...... D ora Stockdale Jack, only son of Dame Needy ..... ........ H askell Lloyd Angelina, an emigrant child ...,,............,.,......................,..... Gladys Laymon Chorus: ,L... ,..... Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Grades 1 9 3 1 -2 1:--:Z-22:1 .-1011111:it-icvilvl Page Forty-Niue 4-- -.-1-.-- THE MILESTONE I I--I-I-I-I-I-H--I-I-I-if-. fl IF As the Days Roll Cn Do you ever pause a moment In the routine of the day, Just to rest your faithful teacher From her toiling on the way? Do you pull a little harder Than you really need to do Just to make the burden lighter For the teachers helping you? When you find a duty irksome Don't they come to your relief? Don't they speak a word of comfort When your heart is torn with grief? D0n't they often say, "I'11 help you, And help you all I can"? Do you say kind things to them And carry out their plans? They set aside their business For a moment - or a day, To refresh your drooping spirits In a breath of care-free play. Are you making good your pledges That your teachers shan't forget? Are you certain that your future Will be free from all regret? -Thelma Butt -1- I-.--A-:----2:l-'--H:--:'-:4l:-l:4--- 1931 '-f--i-U-l'-11-H-i--I-II-A--I-I-I---I-.+ Page Fifty 'F' U u 0 ! 'F u 1 l F l F l Sept. Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. -.--.-i-.,-----+-.-- THE MILESTONE L: 2-1:--2-12:1-2-21: Calendar 2.-School opens! The morning is devoted to chapel service and getting acquainted with the new teachers. . 11.-Mr. Hostetler thinks we should have a "Weiner frazzle." O.K.'d . 17. . 19. by everyone. Date set for Sept. 19. -Rev. J ones conducts our chapel service. We enjoy having him very much. -Everyone comes with quarters, prepared for the big Weiner frazzle in Purdy's woods. 24.-Rev. Bailey is with us for chapel. He is enjoyed by all. . 26. -Mr. Hostetler announces that everyone who wishes to go to the Mt. Vernon - Fredericktown football game is priviledeg to leave at 3:45. Of course a number take advantage of his kind offer. 3.-Fredericktown plays here. Everyone is all set for the big game. Fredericktown looks pretty good and the result is 25-0, favor of Fredericktown. We'1l beat Centerburg next week. 6.-Someone seems to be very happy. They decide to express their happiness by singing aloud during the fourth period. Mr. Foster explains that they are in the wrong flat and so it is decided to wait until tomorrow to get the right flat. 10.-Miss Stewart in Geog. class while discussing the mouths of great rivers evidently meant for us to open our books but in tell- ing us she asks us "to open our mouths." We surely do. 17 .-We travel to Sunbury. We win by a score of 14 to 6. Fleming starred as defensive half-back. On to Danville! 22.-Rev. York comes to us in chapel for the first time. His speech was very impressive. 24.-Danville and the goal is our destination. 31.-We get a vacation. Now I wonder why? Don't get excited it is only a teachers meeting. Be prepared for lectures next week! 5.-Rev. York gives us a very interesting talk in chapel. 17.-Basketball practice starts. Everyone is happy and stiff. 19.-Rev. Bailey talks to us in chapel. We find out how we are to see, talk, and hear. 25.-Thanksgiving Program. Boys' and girls' first basketball game. 5.-We play Amity here. Both boys and girls win decisive victories. 12.-Howard travels to Gambier. Vi' 'ii'ii-tvfiwloloioz-i-lr-fi-I :..:..-..-.,-. I 93 I Page Fifty-Ono Dec. Dec. Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May. May May May U:i::m::x::- TWHLMILESTONE :::Gs:Cf::e::c:: 19.-Fredericktown boys and girls decide to take a victory over Gambier. 20.-We go to Amity and win. 24.-School is out for vacation. There are signs of Santa Claus al- ready. 5.-Back from the holidays ready for work. 7.-We have a pep meeting. We're sure to beat Danville. We al- ways have so why not now? We are all very sorry to hear of Mr. Hostetler's illness. 8.-Mr. Hostetler is taken to Grant Hospital at Columbus. We hope for a speedy recovery. 12.-Mr. Murray is introduced as our substitute teacher. 22.-The Staff decides it is about time to get to work. 26.-Harold Fleming strung up from head to foot, comes into the room and Mr. Foster suggests that when he gets time to remove his appendix but we suggest that he gets unstrung. 12.-We all are excited. Tonight is the game of games--Danville! Hello! 27.-Since our girls were victorious over Fredericktown in the tour- nament last night we are all excited. We have a pep meeting nearly all morning and hear lots of true stories. These teachers really surprise us. Mr. Murray bids good-bye to all of us. 11.-Mr. Hostetler in Solid Geom. class, "Harold Fleming, take Ethel's picture and prove it." 6.-Baseball practice begins, spring fever a common epidemic. 10.-The Glee Clubs present "The Nautical Knot". Everything goes off fine. 13.-Miss Stewart just loves dust, we all know she has spring fever. 15.-The letter boys all come in with "G's" on their sweaters, they look pretty nice. 24.-Junior class play, "The Road Back." 8.-Senior class presents "Cynthia's Candlesticks." 10.-Baccalaureate Service at Church of the Holy Spirit. 11.-Junior-Senior Banquet. 14.-Eighth Grade Commencement. 15.-High School Commencement at Rosse Hall. 16.-Alumni Banquet. ------------l93l----------M--M-W Page Fifty-Two ..-..--.-.-----..--.--.-- THE MILESTONE X: 2: 2 :zz IH: G. H. S. Alumni News Mrs. Lillie Prince Fulford, '89, of Moorpark, California attended the National Teachers' Convention in Columbus last summer, and with her husband and daughter visited friends in Mt. Vernon and Gambier. John Cunningham, '95, has been elected General Secretary of the Ohio Grange and has been appointed Chairman of the Knox County Board of Elections. William S. Rowley, 98, has the distinction of being the first alumnus to have a grandchild attending the Gambier School. Jessie Wright Mitchell, '02, is living in Toledo, Ohio, where her hus- band has accepted a position. Consuelo Parker Lynch, '11, and family have returned from Mary- land and are now living in Gambier. Alfred R. Fish, '15, and Edith Hayes Fish, '16, are living at Belle Vernon, Pa., where Alfred is employed by the Hoover Sweeper Co. Ruth Thompson, '16, is teaching in a Cleveland High School. Agnes Parker McNamara, '18, has a daughter, Lois Jean, born last April. John Bateman, '20, is Superintendent of the Howard Schools. Catherine R. Frick, '23, is teaching in the Howard School. Graham Walton, '23, was married to Miss Frances Nixon, of Mt. Vernon, last January. Graham is teaching in the College of Mines, in Rapid City, South Dakota. Harlow H. Walker, 23, was married in April to Miss Catherine L. Dawley of Fayetteville, New York. They are making their home in Gam- bier. Dorothy McMahon Yeager, '24, has moved to Gambier where her husband has been recently employed. Earl Stearns, '25, is at Niagara Falls, N. Y., where he is employed by the Westinghouse Electric Co. Betty Lybarger, '25, is teaching in the Willard High School. Muriel D. Parker, '25, is Secretary to Dr. R. C. Lord, Registrar of Kenyon College. Miriam Lauderbaugh, '26, is teaching in a Cleveland School. --:A----:Hz:..:.l:.:.:..-1-:-:-.:- 1931 V:-2:2-IA:--:Q-I--:K-IH:-:Azria Page Fifty-Three --i-i-l-.--.i.--i--i-l-- 'l THE MILESTONE ---i-..---.i--it-it-it-7 Thelma Singer, '26, is teaching in the Columbia School in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Helen Titus, '26, and Lloyd Smith were married last June and are making their home in Gambier, Ohio. Mable Flecknoe, '26, has graduated form City Hospital, Cleveland and is making her home in that city. Novice Fawcett, Milton Janes, and Richard Lord, '27 are seniors in Kenyon College and have all been elected to Phi Beta Kappa honorary society. Creta Benedict, '27, is teaching in the Burtnett School near Gambier. Geraldine Davidson, '27 , has a position with the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. at Akron, Ohio. Gertrude Flecknoe, '27, graduated from nurses school at the Cleve- land City Hospital last year and is now living in Cleveland. Alice Hall, '27, is book-keeper at the Peoples Bank in Gambier, O. Sarah L. Cunningham, '28, is employed in the office at the Cooper- Bessemer Corp., in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. Herbert McNabb, '29, married Miss Naomi Fawcett last spring and they are making their home on a farm near Gambier, O. Kermit Frye, '29, is employed at the Kenyon College Commons. Arthur Wolfe, '29, is clerking at the A. Scott store. Ruth Lauderbaugh, '30, is employed in the Rowley General Store. Bonnie Dudgeon, '30, is attending Business College in Columbus, O. Donald Fawcett, '30, is atterfding Ohio State University. Raymond Johnson, '30, is a freshman at the University of Michigan. Mary Parker, '30, is attending Business College in Columbus, O. William Rowley, '30, is a freshman at Kenyon College. Edith Scott, '30, is at Kent, Ohio, attending Teacher's Normal School. Louise G. Adams, '13. ------if-V:-:TV:--2-7:-V--:A: :-:Q I 9 3 I -it-it-ii-7:Tzu-Viz.,--.:.-2-za-. Page Fifty-Four 3:::2:::Cf THEMHiBTONE "just Imagine" Roger Walton forgetting Frances Horn. Gerald Long telling his middle name. Eleanor Brown without her vanity case. Louise Laymon not chewing gum in school. The teachers not giving tests. Willard Allen not trying to be funny. Richard Rowley losing his hat. Harry Patterson not thinking of Martha Purdy. Mr. Hostetler not saying, "May I see you a minute, Roger." Leroy Wolfe not blowing pepper in someone's face. Mr. Foster not walking the floor. Frances Horn talking loud. Miss Jacot without her pocketbook. Homer Doup with nothing to do. Margaret Flecknoe not drawing pictures. Neva Whitmore not getting A's in her studies. Rupert Frye raising sheep with fur. Charles Lord saying Good-bye to Kathryn Armstrong. Juanita Chadwick driving a model T. Robert Steinmetz not flipping his ear. William Hunter staying in his seat. Robert Hillier not mocking Amos and Andy. Ethel Ulrey not making mistakes. Estella Holtz not wearing her neck-breakers. Lucile Purdy acting up in school. Q-2:--:::::l9M czzwece-ease: Page Fifty-Five :A-:Y-:az-.:.-I:.zu--I: 'ri THE MILESTONE'-IP -----1--------l-.--- Jokes a Charles to Karthyn: "Remember the old proverb 'Love is blind' '?" Kathryn: "Yes, but Roger isn't, so pull down the blinds." "Dear Lord",prayed Kathryn, "I don't ask anything for myself - just give mother a son-in-law." Vennice: "What struck your eyes when you entered the chapel room for the first time '?" V H. Beckholt: "An eraser" Miss Stewart to Robert Steinmetz: "What is the longest sentence you have ever read?" Robert Steinmetz: "Life imprisonment." Mr. Hostetlerz "Once and for all, I intend to find out who is master of this house." Mrs. I-Iostetlerz "If I were you I wouldn't attempt to, you might be disappointed." Roger Walton: "Waiter, are you sure this is ox-tail soup? I've found something in it that looks like a tooth." Waiter: "Yes, I'm quite sure it is. Perhaps the ox was biting its tail." Miss Stewart: "Richard, did you know that 80 percent of women's clothes are manufactured in New York ?" Dick: "I'11 bet there are a lot of workers starving then because women dont wear many clothes now days." Homer Doup: "Could you take a joke seriously ?" Eleanor B.: "Why, I hardly know you yet." ,-..:.,?..:..?,.:..:.,:,:.,:l,-.,-,:. I 9 3 I -. Page Fifty-Sw: .' 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Emi.. 1Ein-?"...m-Q'222.54-11222.-min A .iliqikrfmlzf Civ? ff? nrwi-iY,...'...5-lkblv. ...Vit . 4. -.-T---ii-it-S-.--T-it-A-. JV THE MILESTQNENU? --t.---.- F l u I 0 lil 0 0 l u l Compliments of Kelser - Dowds Mt. Vernon, Ohio R. V. HEADINGTON SUPER SERVICE STATION Linco Gas Linco Benzol Linco Ethyl Linco and Sterling Oils Goodrich Tires and Tubes Linco Tires and Tubes Linco Batteries Complete Lubricating Service Miss Jacot - "Charles, translate 'Dido fugit' ". Charles - "Dido flee." Miss Jacot - "But Charles, "fugit" is perfect tense." Charles - "Oh! Dido has flees." B. P. S. Stands for the Best Paint Sold G. R. Smith 8: Company HARDWARE Good Service to You a Pleasure to Us Ed. W. Pariseau's BARBER SHOP Our Service and Work are our Best Advertiser Gambier, Ohio - 193 I -i--.-i-'--'----i-i-t-tt-"--r-- Page Fifty-Nine I ---A------I-----W 31 THE M1LEsT0NEl9a-.-.l-l.--.- -- ' 'F L. F. Strang 8: Son Auro GLASS Top, Body, Fender Rebuilding 106 W. Gambier St. Phone 757 Mt. Vernon, Ohio WILLIAMS 8z McCRACKIN Upstairs North-West Corner Main 8L Vine Streets General Insurance - Fire and Lightening - Tornado Automobile - Plate Glass Farm Insurance Written in Ohio Farmers Insurance Co. Mt. Vernon, Ohio Phone 255 Gerald L.: "What's your hurry ?" Harry L.: "Mr. Hostetler wants to see me." Gerald L.: "But that's not the way to his office." Harry L.: "I know it." Compliments of Sperry 8: Kahrl Mt. Vemon, Ohio BAKERS DRUG STORE 221 South Main St. Mt. Vernon, Ohio COMPLIMENTS OF John Zuccaro Fruit Market ---------AI---1--A-I--I--I-it-I-- IQ31 --------- --e-.I-----Q--- Page Sixty -1- -1- T-1 ----- ' T H E M 1 L ES TO N E --U- --A-.T--.--T-W -I TH E West Side Public Square Mt. Vernon, Ohio KNUX CDU NTY B. D. Herron, Pres. N H. S. Workman, Vice Pres. BANK Home of Safety and Service R. C. Baker, Cashier Knox County's Biggest Bank Wants to be Your Biggest Friend The Knox National Bank Mt. Vernon, Ohio Henry C. Devin, President C. F. Colville, Vice Pres. Wm. Ackerman, Vice Pres. J. Gordon Bone, Cashier Carrol L. Beeney, Assistant Cashier Dick Rowley: "How many fellows bring you candy?" Juanita Chadwick: "All of them, except you." Dick: "Bring some out then, I'm hungry." We Sell Richelieu Brand Pure Foods Fresh Roasted Coffee Best Grade Tea C. M. SIEGFRIED 22 F.. Gambier St. Phones 26-27 Compliments of JACOBS SHOE STORE Gambier, Ohio TRENWITH'S MOTOR SUPPLY EVERYTHING Fon THE AUTOMOBILE 107 South Mulberry St. Phone 100 Mt. Vernon, Ohio FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS When You Say it with Flowers Say it with Ours WILLIAMS FLOWER SHOP PHONE 137 MT. VERNON, OHIO PHONE 235 Page Sixty-One Q THE M 1 1.Es1'oNEik+,-----t-1--Qt-H-a-4-H-- Compliments of The Peoples Bank GAMBIER, OHIO Paul Colginz "Did he call you a b1ockhead?" Harold Fleming: "No, not exactly, he just said that I had better put my hat on because a woodpecker was coming." Garage 8: Storage AUTO REPAIRING A SPECIALTY WRECK CAR SERVICE Sales - PENN BATTERIES - Service PUROL GAS - BEST OILS and GREASES O. M. ALLEN Phone 16-B Gambier, Ohio Page Sixty-Two 1 9 3 1 ----H--T-at----W--T--T-4 T---T----T-Q -U-----i-----r---- THE M1LEs'roNE i:.i:H---:.---,--:-I:-I: THE NABOB HAT CHERY f l? . ,- I E H -vile -Ala' 1 2:2 w gk, I W X eeee - .Q Gambier, Ohio U. S. Lybarger Carl fin restaurantl : "Will you have a shrimp?" Coreta: "This is so sudden." Compliments of OTTO SI'IAFFER'S GARAGE Gambier, Ohio GEM LAUNDRY 7 N. Main St. Phone 195 SEND IT TO THE LAUNDRY E. B. MELENDY P I A N O T U N IN G Any attention any Piano, Player-piano or Reprodu cing piano may need Pipe Organ Repairing and Tuning. Creclentialecl, Registered. Res. Phone 809 Mt. Vernon, Ohio 1-I1-'11 I 9 3 I 11-xo:w1-r1v-1-1qpU4-m-x- Page Sixty-Thu + ---------gwNEMHEHUN5F- ------ --- Ph otographs for the "MILESTONE" by Tinkey's Studio Mt. Vemon, Ohio Kathryn: "When Charles proposed to me he acted like a fish out of water." Eleanor: "Of course. He knew he was caught." Pitkin's Provision Store We Rely on Low Prices to Win Trade on Quality to Retain lt. Eat at Pitkin's Restaurant FINEST HOME COOKING -x- -- ----- -------- I9 31 ----- -- -e- - - - - -1- Pugff' S 'ftj-If ' r-:H:1r:--U-,r:1,:- THE MILESTQNE --4---,-H----.r-,-.r-- Gambier Roller Mills A GENERAL MILLING BUSINESS A Share of Your Patronage will be Appreciated George B. Jacobs Gambier, Ohio CANDIES SPECIAL LUNCHEON 11-2 P. M. DINNER 5-s P. M. CDAND YLAND SODA LUNCHES ICE CREAM Paul - "Wheres Al ?" Roger - "Al who '?" Paul - "Alcohol," Bugs - "Kerosene him yesterday and he hasn't benzene since." U S E Taylors Best Flour Taylors Wheat Grits THE NORTHWESTERN ELEVATOR AND MILLING COMPANY Mt. Vemon, Ohio GET IT AT R O W L E Y ' S Gambier's Busy Corner --- 1---M-- ----'---,r-.--.V-- 1 93: I-U--I-H-II-.--1-I-M-I-1----- Page Sixty-Five + ---I----I-- ------A Q TH If M1LEs'roN12NlFfu-----Aa--- + H U I I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I ICE CREAM JEWELL CREAMERY BUTTER MILK A Good Market for Knox County Cream Our Products are Pasteurized Jewell Ice Cream and Milk Company Phones 24 and 25 9 N. Sandusky St. Mt. Vemon O -1- ---I-Eire :S'g'f"-I'- - -e --1 I 9 3 I -'--- - -'- -- - -- - 'I- .-.----.--------.---- U THE MILESTONE. .2 -I-Hz.: Z.: Zi':i':"1' LUMBER, BUILDERS SUPPLIES, PAINTS, 8: VARNISH The Cotton Lumber Co. MT. VERNON, OHIO PHONE 223 J. C. PENNEY COMPANY sHoP - SPEND - SAVE Our new Spring assortment of Coats - Dresses - Shoes - Clothing and Accessories are Smartly Styled, Improved in Quality and Lower Priced. James F.: "I'v'e found out almost everything about John D. Rocke- feller, but there is one thing that I'd like to get at the bottom of." Eileen F.: "Whats that?" James F.: "His bankroll." READY TO WEAR Women, Misses, Children, and Infants lVIen's and Boys Higrade Furnishings Shoes for the Family at a Low Cost MT. VERNON DRY GOODS CO. Mt. Vemon, Ohio B. M. LEPLEY The Tire Man Goodyear Tires - Radio Sets Mt. Vernon, Ohio LEVERINGS MARKET Home Killed Meats - Staple Groceries Phone 459 309 S. Main St. I I :.:.:..:..:..:.:..:..-..?..:..:..: Page Sixty-Seven 'I' U U u U u U U U U II U U U ll U U n U ! U u U u H I U I n U F U I U U I I vi- -1- -A-------AQ-A--A--QTPIE M1l,EsToNEL?s-.------.-- Why not get the Best in Baked Goods from lVliller's Bake Shop 216 South Main St. Phone 494 Mt. Vernon, Ohio SALES SERVICE The L 8: Nl Chevrolet Co. Mt. Vernon, Ohio 122 West High St. Phone 222 Bob S. lin French c1ass,J : "Vonnie has one too many L's in one of her words." Mr. Foster Kto Vonniej : "Well, Vonnie you'1l have to go to the board and knock the ell out of that word." Lord - Kelly Auto Co. SUPER SER VICE 24 Hour Service Phone 1249 Washing - Welding Wreck Car at your Service STUDEBAKER ERSKINE PACKARD Mt. Vernon Farmers Exchange Co. The Farmers Middleman lts Profit or Loss is your Pride or Regret Feed, Fence ,Tile, Fertilizer, Seeds, Coal Phone 372 Mt. Vernon, O. 509 W. Vine St. -1- -1V--9--vV-'-H--9-1'---v--H-M-AI93l--4l-1--M-1'-'-H-A-1--V--V---A -1. P .1 , Sixty-Eight + 1-------Quwsmugmouaj--------- Compliments of Armstrong and Earlywine HATCHERY EGGS DAY OLD CHICKS MATURE STOCK Gambier, Ohio Mr. Foster: "Quote a scripture verse." Bob S.: "Judas went out into the garden and hung himself." Mr. Foster: "Fine, Quote another." Bob S.: "Go ye and do likewise." To The Class of 1931 Success in Every Undertaking 'W G EV' MOUNT VERNON. Onio PRINTERS - PUBLISHERS - STATIONERS Color Work a Specialty 18 N. Main St. Plwne 720 A-----------19M ------------- Page Sixty-Nin qu-1.11 .31 -14 -nl 1- gf i 'mu MIl.ES'FONEEJlFw---A--------- -x- The Howard Equity Exchange Co. oun FEED cnmmwo WILL PLEASE You Phone 3-F Gambier Exchange HOWARD, OHIO DRINK IN BOTTLES A Pure Drink of Natural Flavors Darwin V.: "Do you think you'1l make the football team next year Bill P.: "No that takes eleven players." THE PEOPLE'S SHOE STORE Corner of Main and Vine Sts. C O P E L A N D DEPENDABLE ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION Sold by 6 S- Main Sr- KNECHT-FEENEY ELECTRIC CO. Mr. Vernon, 0. SALES SERVICE LaFever and Morton DODGE BROTHERS CARS 8: TRUCKS PLYMOUTH CARS 4. -......-..-..-.-.........,....-.-.... 1 9 3 .....-.,-.-.-....-...-.-.-..-...., P Seventy I -1- ue -U-U-U--U---1---U---U-vU--- 1 931 U--U-V---A-Us ---4----U-UU-Us-A-Us-sg-QNCTHE MILESTONE Q -- The Gambier Farmers Cooperative Co. We are living in a highly competitive age and through it all we are striving to give you full value for your money and efficient service. GIVE US A TRIAL Charles Shrontz, Manager Gerald Long: "I had a fall last night which rendered me unconscious or eight hours." Margaret F.: "Really, where did you fall ?" Gerald Long: "I fell asleep." ELECTRIC SER VICE General Electric Refrigerators Hot Point Electric Ranges ,-..-..Ig51..-..-. THE OHIO PCWER C0. 4' U U U U U I I U U U U U III U ---1--U-A --U-H-U,-U----K -1- Page Seventy-One -1- -H-.-- ----A---mir H E MIL ES TO N ------ --- -.-- -I MT. VERNON RADIO CO. ESTABLISHED 1922 MAJESTIC - RADIOLA Majestic Electric Refrigerators W. PAUL CRISE GEO. W. CRISE GHILONI BROTHERS WHOLESALE FRUITS 8: VEGETABLES IMPORTED ITALIAN OLIVE OIL 300 South Main St. Phone 1213 Mt. Vernon, Ohio Photographer: "Do you want a large or small picture '?" Albert H.: "A small one." Photographer: "Then close your mouth." W. C. COLWILL Taxi Service and Drayage Phone 145 Gambier, Ohio G. W. .IAMMARON Pressing at 50c - Dry Cleaning and Pressing Gambier Phone 15 Ohio LEPLEY 8: HORN GARAGE Chevrolet Sales dir Service Phone H-3 Gambier Exchange WRECKING CAR SERVICE Howard, Ohio P 1 Seventy-Two --it-.T-H+---it-I--' THE MILESTONE -1--Z. "The Best in Drug Store Merchandise" I-IECKLER'S for DRUGS "The Best in Drug Store Service" Mt. Vernon, Ohio The Nyal Store D R U G s CARL N. LOREY 115 S. Main St. Mt. Vernon, Ohio Barbara: "I took a club and beat my brother yesterday." Juanita: "Did you hurt him '?" Barbara: "No, we were playing miniature golf." You'II do Better in Clothing and Furnishings at MILTON S. LEWIS 102 so. MAIN STREET MT. VERNON, omo W. B. B R O W N JE WELER 102 so. MAIN sT. MT. VERNON, oi-no ELM SPRING FARM DA IRY Golden Guernsey Milk from Tubercuiin Tested Herd TRY A BOTTLE AND BE CONVINCED It is the Best Chas. G. Colwill 8: So I1 -4--.------.-.-----.-'--.-- l93I --I-----I---it Page Seventy-Three 2--:-v--WIN:--it---: -:QQLT 11-1 E M 1 LESTQ N EJsuIfQw:1':4':12-A-W:--:A SAY IT WITH FLOWERS SHARP'S FLOWER STORE Phone 895 Mt. Vernon, Ohio Quality by Worley's in Suits For Graduation and After W O R L E Y ' S 113 South Main St. Mt. Vernon, Ohio Vonnie.: "VVhy Weren't you at school last week ?" Paul C.: "Sickness" Vonnie G.: "Who was sick ?" Paul C.: "The truant officer." Compliments of A FRIEND lf you want Quality, Style, and Fit in your Graduati AARON ROSENTHALL Opposite the Vine Theatre Walk half a Block and Save a Dollar on Suit go to C. W. MILLER CO. PORK 8: BEEF PACKERS SUGAR CURED HAM 8: BACON OPEN KETTLE RENDERED LARD COMPLETE LINE COOKED MEATS Sold Exclusively at W. S. ROWLEY 8: SON MARKET :.,-.,:.,:.,:.,-..:.,-.,:..:.,-.,-..-. I 9 3 I Page Seventy-Four -- ---- -I -K--1--E-ali T H E M 1 L ES TO N Eiga.---V--t-..-A+-I -.----.-- -I- 4. 5 U I I 'l 'F COMPLIMENTS OF i The Howard Savings Bank Company i HOWARD, OHIO fl U ll O. N. U L R E Y H GERANIUMS - PETUNIA'S - sPR1Nc PLANTS ll Phone 178 Gambier, Ohio : i THE RED 8z WHITE STORE Howard, Ohio I Isabelle D.: "There's a man in the ofiice with a mustache who wants ee you." ll Mr. Foster: "Tell him I have one." Q FOR YOUR COMMENCEMENT INVITATIONS DIPLOMAS ANNOUNCEMENTS PROGRAMS ENGRAVED CARDS CERTIFICATES DANCE PROGRAMS I A complete line of supplies that please for commencement and all through the school year. Write for catalogs. ' ll . . I The Harter Publishing Company g 2046 East 71st Street CLEVELAND, OHIO I I I I I -f-l-t---- ---'-H---'--- I 93 I -1'-H-f --'- ---'-'-A'-1-'- --A-' 'P Page Seventy-Fi-ve -1--it---.I--V-.--A-.QILTHE M1LEsToNIailF1--1-.-v-l--- --4 -1- COMPLIMENTS OF T H E Knox Savings 8: Loan Association WHERE MONEY GROWS Main and Gambier Mt. Vernon Neva: "Which bus does Irvin Brooks come to school in?" Ethel U.: "It must be No. 27. It's the only one that's always late." Mother to boy: "O Johnny what did you do with the pie I baked you for your birthday?" Boy: "I gave it to my teacher." Mother: "Now that was nice of you. Did she eat it '?" Boy: "I guess she did, she wasn't at school to-day." RICHMANS CLOTHES ALL WOOL ALL 522.50 RICHMANS BROTHERS 232 So. Main St. Mt. Vernon, Ohio DENNY'S STORE HARDWARE, GROCERIES, DRYGOODS Midway, Ohio -----I--.---------I--I--A I93I v-l--l--.--'--l--l--l---- -1- Puyc Seventy-Six I ---------- JSTHF N111 F'TOYFNil9 -1- ,S ,Tm STORE OF FASHION STORE OF SAVINGS The Store That Values Built MT. VERNON, OHIO Another forced landing" sighed the aviator, skating for the first time. HERFF JONES COMPANY Designers 8: Manufacturers of HIGH SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY Official Jewelers to Gambier High School KILKENNY 81 RINEHART EVERYTHING IN Clothing 8x Furnishings Keep the old head looking good all t e time by getting your haircut by THOMAS A. WILSON 'I' -I ------ A-I-N ---- I 9 3 I --------- - ---- -I- Page Seventy-Seven :V--I---:V-:W--I:--:QI: ' THE MILESTONE lj --,----,--------i-i- COMPLIMENTS OF VERNON'S LUNCH ROOM Gambier, Ohio When in need of Fashionable Footwear, See our new Spring Pattems EVERLY-RANSOM Mt. Vernon, Ohio GENERAL MERCHANDISE A Full Line of School Supplies Gambier, Ohio Kate Cat a piano recitallx "What is that charming thing tha.t girl is playing ?" Tite: "A piano you dumbe11." H. E. BECK RADIOS - ELECTRIC SERVICE Phone 108 Gambier, Ohio L. C. PEN N CO. WHOLESALE 8z RETAIL DEALERS IN PIANOS and PLAYER PIANOS - PHONOGRAPHS and RADIOS We Repair all Musical Instruments PHONE 548 MT. VERNON, OHIO CHAS. BENEDICT Special Representative Lincoln Life Ins. Co. NOTARY PUBLIC Phone 168 All Kinds of Insurance Gambier, Ohio :.,:.:.-1:..5.:1,:..:,.1,,:,:.,:. I 9 3 I Page Seventy-Eight H1-nz: 'F' U U I U U U ll In II i U U 0 Il U ll U lil 0 0 II ll lil fi- -H--:U-I-:.:if--I--I: ' THE IVIILESTONE :--::----1:.----:-:- EPWORTH METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Public Worship and Sunday School Every Sunday GAMBIER, OHIO REV. M. A. YORK, Minister First Prize Here is what Irin Brooks wrote to a prominent business firm. Dear Sirs: Please find enclosed 31.00 for one of your razors as advertised, and oblige. Irvin CBabb1ingJ Brooks P.S. I forgot to enclose the dollar, but no doubt a iirrn of your standing will send the razor anyway. The Answer Dear Sir: Your most valued order received. We are sending the razor as per request and hope it will prove satisfactory. P.S. We forgot to enclose the razor, but no doubt a man of your cheek will have no need for it. 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