Nevada High School - Reflector Yearbook (Nevada, OH)

 - Class of 1926

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Our characters, sentiments and un- conscious selves. together with patient toil, are reflected in this record which will he a Reflector of our present in the future. Un the glfzrnultg zmh in nur Parents fnlyuse sacrifice ani: untiring effnrts Iqafxe euahleh wa tn prnzure an ehuzaiinn 1332, the fmnual Staff hu gratefullg hehirate this, the fourth imlume nf The Qfiefleriur Page Th . ...,.., , ,,........, ,.. ,..,c .nv.V..,.,MWM, .W ,,i.,m0,,wfW,,, f f A -f ,X , , ii --...Y . ,, , , , .WW-f , we-4 ,l,,,-,,.- uf, ,,l,,,,.,, K, A ,L , A My E l Y , ,, I V , , as ,, , my , ,, i . if 8 1 i M f-A ,. N, Q, ' 'M , - . ' Q, U A J-1 is. ,, . +1 M W ,:,. ' ' ' 'I-:E ':'1 N ,,. A , 'l ' A X ' 'Q M . . 1 .H W V . I M. W W We Mg? l 4 wb A ,ws J y ml, F ,, -2 :Y " ' " ' 4 b-I-,,f',fZ:z,.g,f::ff,f6f ' rf. .. . 'lf 5 -- aw . . f 1 'f ,,,, ,, W' 'ff' N Ogg'-Q " W "W 1 Y Mt W' this l , , . Qp . N Vg ,,,p,N W,bQ7, x 4 U? a is ,X tm os .gui-1,1 V '-,t -z ., "W ,fm Www ll ' Page Four new ,M Ar W . - . - . ..Mit HIGH SCHOOL SONG Once again, here as schoolmates assembled, We fain would lift our hearts in song, To our High School, our dear Alma Mater, We'd with gladness the moments prolong. We are proud of our lads and our lasses, Of honors won in days gone by, So here's a cheer for our old High School, For our old High School, Nevada High, CHORUS- Here's to our classes, here's to our lasses, Here's to the lads they adore, Here's to the Seniors so mighty, Juniors so flighty, Freshie and Sophomore, Let mirth and gladness banish all sadness, And as the days go by, You'll find us ready and steady, Boosting Nevada High. Soon for us will the school days be ended, The dreams of youth that fade so fast, But We know that the heart oft grows fonder, In memory o'er scenes that are past, They are joys that will long be remembered, In friendships true that ne'er can die, Then here's a cheer for old High School For our old High School, Nevada High. ..A. ., .:.A., W. I I A A ' -' ' ' ' ! ' -1 A , , . ' -we - ' "'- H , g - .Hermia L ve if ,, ,ga .or V. tif , A H , In je- t ,W .:!:5g,,g,s:.y!,-'v,. ef,-V - I g . ' g Lf A . fk 5- X 1 A if Zi Wf 5 ' r '- 1 aw w' ' ...... , ---- - ' I -1 4- a ..,,. .... : .43v'..:-::.v:mm-,,'f1"H-R :,i:k:45'f:v'Z 1 ,I:,,'st 'I if , ,.?.f",SQ-3 5-3 , :fq,:". . ,LQ A. l"""""-'- :N H 15- r ,Mg ,I I .sa'ei4Zg: fj"1,""'?,':,", awww!!! .QF M oUR CHEER LEADERS The school would like to take this space to give mention to the good work that our cheer leaders, Hoover Blair and Delight Smith, have ren- dered to dear old N. H. S. Throughout the year they have kept the crowd cheering for our 'varsity teams. We are glad that these talented leaders may be with our N. H. S. for another year and hope they will enjoy as much success next season as they did this year. HIGH SCHOOL YELLS Rah! Rah! Nevada Hi! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Nevada Hi! Rah! Rah! Nevada Hi! Nevada Hi! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! NEVADA!! Bushel 0' wheat Bushel o' rye Sis-s-s-s-s-s-s-s' Boom! Rah! NEVADA! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Team! Team! Team! Team! Who thinks We'll win F - I - G - H - T Holler I! Nevada! Nevada! Nevada! I ! I Down Went McGinty to the bottom of the sea! Yea Team! Down went ............ and up came we! Yea Team! Yea NEVADA! FIGHT! FIGHT! FIGHT! Nevada Hi School Full of Pep! We'll make- Step! Step! Step! Go! 'Varsity Go! Go! 'Varsity Go! Fight! Fight! For Green and Gold! Go! 'Varsity Go! N--E--v--A--D--A N- E - V - A - D - A N-E-V-A-D-A NEVADA! ! WHO? NEVADA! WHO ? ? '? NEVADA ! NEVADA! NEVADA! Page Five s , ,,.,. .. ,..,.,.......r... ....,,., ,. R R R26 Page Six Standing-Velma McLaughlin, Lavere Healey, Edyth Comstock, Berna- dine Schwartzkopf, Elton Scott, Flossie Chatlain, Marguerite Schind- ler, Hildred Schwartzkopf, Kathryn Klinger, Grace Bachtell, Maurine Smith. Sitting - Colleen Golling, Andrew Kuenzli, Dean Barrett, Everett Kellogg, Anna Jane Miller, Edith Larick. REFLECTOR STAFF Editor-in-Chief . . . ..................... .. .......... Everett Kellogg' Associate Editor .................................. Anna Jane Miller . . . . . . . . . . Dean Barrett ..... . . .. Andrew Kuenzli . . . Bernadine Schwartzkopf ....... . Maurine Smith . . .. ....... Edith Larick .. . . Velma McLaughlin . . . . . Flossie Chatlain Senior Class Representative ..... ....... . Kathryn Klinger Junior Class ...................... ............ ly Iarguerite Schindler Sophomore Class Representative ...................... Freshman Class Representative Soliciting Committee . . LaVere Healy, Hildred Schwartzkopf, Elton Scott Business Manager .......... Assistant Business Manager . . . Sport Editor ............... Society Editor ............ Literary Editor ....... . Art and Alumni Editor .... Calendar Editor ......,..... Edith Comstock Grace Bachtell Jolie Editor ..... .................................... C olleen Golling H . . .. ,.. . .. q -,. M if -Q . A- ' . Seiji. fjgff, J 'r'flw...... dm u +ew..,l M 1 . . weft" --,.w.,.,,. , ,- , i . - . f f 7 MWA f ll ,- ,... I I - , , wfgilggb rx X . , . , V V , L' .. l...,....-,, , ..-,.... M., . ,, M, i WHAT HAS NEVADA HI MEANT T0 YOU? Has Nevada High School been a golden opportunity to attain knowl- edge, or a mere place to spend your time through the cold, wintry months? To a casual observer this cannot readily be discerned. Your outward countenance may be identical with one who has studied diligently, but you yourself know. Down deep in your heart do you feel that you have done all in your power for the success of high school activities? Have you re- sponded to the splendid incentives to climb higher and to broaden intel- lectually, morally and physically? Take an inventory of yourself and try without prejudice actually to weigh your capabilities and ascertain the real value of Nevada High School to you. Many of us will be astounded at the meagreness of our efforts. At the time they seemed big achievements, but now, as we look back, they really were trivial. We only wish we had done more. After your high school days are over your opportunities to promote the welfare of Nevada Hi will not be entirely over, but few of us make the best of them after our high school days are completed. To the fortunate ones who will not yet graduate allow us to leave this bit of counsel. Do everything you can for the good of old N. H. S. so that you may not have a feeling of incompleteness as you go out of high school life forever. Our earnest desire is, that when your days in Nevada High School are no more, you may go with the satisfaction of a task well done. E. J. K. PgS ff .+. www-.fwa-,1....,.fW.. - ul.: 3. . , . his. . ' ' V - ' -V T - fn". Y' A , , - i 2 yt L4 4:9 if , K I I - , , ,, my VI is f, ,. 9 ,,.., H . . ' - .V - . . l i ' G?-5.1 A I ,V.y, .K ,. W-,f,,,g,.g,,,Q .,..,,.,,,i M .ggi A I amy ' W. .w...f5 I , .mf 2..,..L,..,.........,e4e1MeQ.i,fL'N-ee-m4.'f'l3'9i-Wigan...... ' .J . - ' . . . , '95 Page Eight B. M. RUTTER Who believes that the business of a school is to educate boys and girls first to be something and then to know and do something. Who has convinced pupils that at times he must be severe, to be kindg exacting, to be honestg and unflinching, to be faithful. He asks no more from those under his authority than he himself gives in work, time and attention. He is honest, open-minded and accessible to ideas. HIGH SCHOOL FHACULTY LUCILE REIDINGER B. S. in Education Kem State College J. H. GROVE County Superintendent Chicago University I. B. ZULUAF B. S, in Education O, S. U. BERNICE WINTER A. B. Wittenberg College Page Nine BOARD OF EDUCATION ' MR. SWARTZ MR, MARUN MR. D:JEAN MR. cAsE Clerk Page Ten MR. SCHROLL The Nevada Consolidated School District has always been fortunate in having for members of its school board men interested in the best schools possible, who have always given efficient and careful considera-- tion to school matters, although it is gratis. At the fall election, the patrons showed their appreciation by re-elect- ing Mr. DeJean and Mr. Swartz. Mr. Schroll was elected in place of Mr. Schaberg who was forced to withdraw because of his health. The students take this means of expressing their appreciation to the members for their support in making good schools possible for us. X 3 11 F lunar: ' -mtg A mf: -.mu .- fm- ln.-.-, . Wu, .,- . ax. '1rf.eu4:- an.e!.:rmmrmmwwu-n.af4m, ,xmnesnuz - alum nus: W1 1161! Jeff ifgyw 5 'Nr if I .4 ' , A ' , "QTL" Q" "' "":.:Q-sf"'x""""+w--fp-,,1 ,--..w-u,..v:.-.:a.w- 3.1, .L...,,,.,..,,,-Iwi' e ,, ..,A....i.ugu' -2 jg, .,f -, 'gig g, . , . A ,,.-s 3.1224 cmgggf Y W lug!! W 0 , ,.... ,,,. 3' All " 'k"" I M , cf' g 2 1- ir MAX ZEIGLER "Ham" Baseball, 2, 3, 4 Basket Ball 4 Track 1, 2, 3, 4 Literary Society 4 N. H. S. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Excelsior Society 3 "Care I for studies not one whit. Nor for the ladies not one bit." BERNADINE SCHWARTZKOPF "Bernie" Class Ass't. Sec. and Treas. 4 Staff 3, 4 Debating Club 2, 3, 4. Vice Pres. 4. Dramatic Club 2 N. H. S. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Basket Ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 4 Shakespearean Society 3 Literary Society 4 Girls' Glee Club 4. Treasurer 4 Orchestra 4 Class Play 4 "A girl with twinkling eyes Who had ambitions in the skies" ROLLIE HITE "Hite" Freshman-Sophmore, Wyandot H. S Junior, Harding H. S. Senior, Nevada H. S. Basket Ball 4 Baseball 4 Literary Society 4 Debating Club 4 Glee Club 4 N. H. S. A. A. 4 Class Play 4 "A young man of unknown fame and fortune" Page Eleven . . H I 'N ff- ' f -' .1 . . . 1 Q-53511:-i1,ill.7r25'if"iVP: " P . ., . -f .. ' 3 ' - . nw ffi-ff fr-.s:.:'fe:. 41 i'1.'.1' x ' ." ' . .W W 2 A -rw .X 7 ,fe . -1 . '---' " ,I ,,.. L - , . 6 . Ygfilw1,.L." ,mama , were W..nE,,fw3gf,f.5 V . . ,aaa ,,2gE,,,,a- V . , ,gf ,M .. 7-f,.,,'f,w, 4,4 to f .. ,uw , -' iv, ., f .. -. -M.. wir ik : may "inn ri W Qt 1' W 1 - W M 'W 1 s '35 "iz" " ' 'A' K I in J .. V. -.. ,.A', f....' . '.': J :1-- ,--' ---,, , piggy V A I Y I in I- Page T welve FLOSSIE CHATLAIN "Coty' Freshman, Wyandot H. S. Sophomore, Junior, Senior, Nevada H. S. Basket ball 2 Debating Club 3, 4 Debating Team 3, 4 Staff 2, 3, 4 Girls' Glee Club 4. Sec'y 4 Excelsior Society 3 Class Vice Pres. 2 N. H. S. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 Dramatic Club 2 most charming traits" EVERETT KELLOGG "Red' Class Vice Pres. 1 Class Secretary 4 Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 Track 1, 3, 4 Shakespearean Society 3 Litera1'y Society 4 Glee Club 4 Orchestra 4 Hi Y 4 Class Play 4 N. H. S. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 many years to come" Class Pres. 3 Class Treas. 2 Shakespearean Society 3 Literary Society 3 Glee Club 4 N. H. S. A. A. 3, 4 Class Play 4 1 1 Hlmmodest words admit of no defense For want of decency is Want of sense Literary Society 4 N. H. S. A. A. 2, 3, 4 "Bashful is his middle name, ln fact, all the girls call him tame" "Her quietness and refinement show "His red hair will cast reflections for ROSANNA STEINHILBER "Rosy" ARLEY SWARTZ "Pete" Excelsior Society 3 f Baseball 4 , .w.af.s........,,f-yy . .. ., Y A "- " """"'-"a""""""-"M" H '- ' i' "'f'W-tffisefw - ' Z' f EC 4 ,, ,J tim... W .,.. .., , V L Wi mm jf ,'.A ii few., is I is V ,. R V ' .. i " Z' "" ,ff 'fix ' f . ' - MARY TROUTMAN' "Betsy" Literary Society 4 Shakespearean Society 3 Track 3 Girls' Glee Club 4 N. H. S. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 "I know my price, I am worth no worse a place" ANDREW KUENZLI "Andy" Class Vice Pres. 4 Shakespearean Society 3 Reflector Staff 4 Glee Club 4 Literary Society 4 Hi Y 4 N. H. S. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 :'Handsome is as handsome does" KATHRYN KLINGER "Kate" Debating Club, 1, 2, 3, 4 Debating Team 3, 4 Excelsior Society 3. Vice Pres. 3 Staff 1, 4 Literary Society 4. Exc. Com., 4 Glee Club 4 N. H. S. A. A. 2, 3, 4 Class Play 4 "Prove everything. Hold fast to that which is good" HOMER FAILOR "Ezra" Shakespearean Society 3 N. H. S. A. A. 3, 4 Glee Club 4 Class Play 4 "Speech is silver, silence is golden" Page Thirteen filo .,.,. g ,.,., ivzzvq , , . lv,v Vvv, X ,'V':. 2 if ' " f 51 Ll, .,,,. ff. Plr' .V W. VELMA MCLAUGHLIN "Dimples" Class Secretary 1, 2, 3 Staff 1, 4 Excelsior Society, 3. Pres. 3 Girls' Glee Club 4. Pres. 4. Orchestra 4 Literary Society 4 Class Play 4 She is small, she is fair, She is liked most everywhere" DEAN BARRETT "Rev." Freshman, Claridon H. S. - Sophomore, Wyandot H. S. J unior-Senior, Nevada H. S. Class President 4 Debating Club, 3, 4 Team 4 Baseball 3, 4 Literary Society 4 Excelsior Society 3 Treasurer 3 Glee Club 4 Staff 4 Basket Ball 4 Class Play 4 Truth from his lips prevailed with double sway, And fools who came to scoff, remained to pray" ROWENA BAUBLITZ "Bobbie" Class President 1 Dramatic Club 1, 2 Staff 2 Shakespearean Society 3 . Literary Society 4 Class Play 4 And now my task is smoothly done, I can fly or I can run" . 1. ...W , ,,,. ri -K .' 'gg Nj L, V ,, ' I , saw: ,,, - ., , I V . , as Y' ...., L , -Mi -m"' V H SENIOR CLASS HISTORY In the year of 1922, twenty-two "proud but green" Freshmen wended their way into the High School Assembly. After a few months of irrita- bility, due to our Latin, English, and Algebra, we became accustomed to the kind of life we were to lead for the next three years. During this term of school we enjoyed ourselves immensely, having several parties and at- tending High School functions. After resting our weary minds for a couple months, we, nineteen, as Sophomores, climbed the familiar stairs. This year we struggled with His- tory, and it overcame several but nevertheless we plodded on. At the end bf the term, we gave the Seniors one of the finest banquets they had ever attended, and naturally we became a little more proud. In the fall of 1924, the number had decreased to sixteen. This was our most business-like year. We designed our beautiful flag, had several class parties, and boosted the high school functions, especially Debating and Athletics. Two members were represented in the Debating team, two in Baseball, two in Boys' Basket Ball, one in Girls' Basket Ball, and a number in Track. In May we gave the Junior-Senior banquet. This proved a very successful affair, the Juniors receiving the compliment many times that it was the finest ever given at this school. To start in our last year fourteen enrolled. To show our superiority we were assigned special seats, and with dignity we greatly appreciated it. Our class is largely represented in Debating, Basket Ball, Baseball, Orchestra, Literary Committees, and most of all, has seven members on the Reflector staff! In this we surely left our rivals, the Juniors, behind. Now, as a class, we certainly have enjoyed our High School life, made the best of it, and shall try to use it in the same manner in the future. We are all regretting this is our last year, but we shall still give three Rahs for Nevada High. "A Senior" Pag Fft e IRE , p p r . . . Q ' 'f ' Tw' . - ""' "' V""' I 7' , -. me 'a ' . - I ' H1 4 z ' 1 V P, W L ' MW ' A M , 6 V 1 f- , .Q X ew ' J gr A ,fax i 54 3,534 M r em.. NMA, jqw xy a ww ia' jpfwm 5 A asf? Sixt ,,., g 'ff- f iguf..M.... ,, I K "" A A f. ' . ggi' w?'Efmi1,.tQix -... wr . -'S:f,,f.u.. A U an , ':,-:ag f V .- .V si :ft .aa VS. - e' , ' ,., , L , . -' - .' Q,,2,. ....,..,.ag.f... r ii i 4 A N Fa SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY Flhr Nun lgnrh Zifimw JUNE 6, 1943 WEATHER, FAIR AND RAINY NEWS OF 1926 FAMOUS GRADUATES OF NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL As it is our custom to publish each year an account of the achieve- ments and accomplishments of the graduates of some famous High School in the United States, we take great pleasure this year in writing of the success and fame of the graduates of 1926 of the Nevada High School of Nevada, Ohio. Many of them have won fame and fortune in New York and their names appear frequently in these columns. All have brought renown to the Nevada High School. We are sure our patrons will pursue with pleasure the columns of to- day's special issue. MLLE. VELMA KATRINKA McLAUGHLIN ' Paris, June 6, 1943. Mlle. McLaughlin is one of the most popular, gay and beautiful dancers that ever appeared in Paris. Everywhere she dances she is witnessed by an audience that has never been held in such suspense by any one person. Paris has agreed to build a larger, better, more effic- ient and more accommodating cabaret, providing she will sign a contract agreeing to dance at least one month for them. She is not yet married, but not because of no chances. ANDREW MINOR KUENZLI Kent, Ohio, June 6, 1943. Mr. Kuenzli is the greatest tree surgeon. Since he saved one of his workmen from drowning, and because of his kindness, love of fair play and devotion to his work, he received a half interest in the noted Davey Forest and Tree Surgeon Corporation. Mr. Kuenzli still lives with his kind mother and is as good as ever to her. Next year it will be the Kuenzli Tree Surgery. BERNADINE LUCRETIA SCHWARTZKOPF Cleveland, Ohio, June 6, 1943. Miss Schwartzkopf is the noted sociol- ogy teacher of the largest high school in Ohio, located in Cleveland. It is reported that she is soon to be married and make her home there. The school will suffer a great loss, so President Rutter states. He has been superintendent for the last ten years of that school. MAX CECIL ZEIGLER New York, June 6, 1943. Mr. Zeigler, noted violinist affiliated with the Victor Company, will appear next Tuesday at 2 o'clock, assisted by his wife, formerly Miss Rowena Baublitz. BCD ,.-. .. . . .. mr W-X, ' ""' , ,. ' . ,.' . ,A - .- rv--. -, V mf L, my L-wi-4, ,.,, , , A 7 f- - ,- - 4 W, ...M , , . V W K, VKVV I fffs,wf,v e.w,if5ww,, 7 E?1.3fZl:i?3":.f. I if-2::15f ":"':' ' Nm'-df NY " Lilly Www " at l. r S WW' I . 3 W -as H SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY QCONTINUED5 ROSANNA STEINHILBER Chicago, Ill., June 6, 1943. Miss Steinhilber had the misfortune to have her recipe for the last face powder she invented stolen. She went to a fortune teller and a detective but they could not help her so she asked the ouija board. ARLEY SWARTZ Nevada, Ohio, June 6, 1943. Mr. Swartz, professor, is trying to see how much water it will take to get drunk on. He has consumed seven gal- lons at once so far but he thinks it will take about twenty-five gallons. FLOSSIE CHATLAIN New York, June 6, 1943. Miss Chatlain, pianist, presided at the piano during the annual banquet of the Wall street brokers. She has be- come famous, ranking second to Paderewski himself. DEAN BARRETT Lima, Ohio, June 6, 1943. Mr. Barrett is now bus driver for the Red Star Company between Marion and Lima through Nevada. This is the re- sult of a habit he acquired during his High School days of going to Nevada regularly. Seemingly, this habit could not be broken so he obtained this position to save bus-fare. Dean always did have foresight. KATHRYN KLINGER Cambridge, Mass., June 6, 1943. Miss Klinger graduated from Ohio State and Ohio Northern and was an instructress for one year. Then, to prove the value of higher education, she married the professor of philos- phy at Harvard. HON. RED KELLOGG New York, June 6, 1943. Hon. Kellogg, the Republican representative to congress, is going to be heard this evening in Madison Square Garden. Representative Kellogg is working against the machinations of Rollie Hite, a former Democratic senator from Ohio. MARY TROUTMAN -1 HOMER FAILOR Hollywood, Cal., June 6, 1943. These two renowned persons chose to be missionaries, one to China, the other to Africa. Evidently "where there's a will, there's a way," as Mary and Homer have returned to America for their wedding. -Rollie Hite Page S , - LL.. I' H1 Mg ' Z M, ., Lf i - . f .1 l , , Yl . , g . ,,L , Q93 ,M K f . W". ,,., ,m-L, 'J'A V , Q tx YN, Q 4,, ,. ... t-...Q.Lg5 .... b1M f 2 Q12 A , . MT, . . L walmmm Page Eight ALPHABET A is for Andy, he is a pill, For I never saw him sitting still. B is for Birnie, the girl with yellow hair, Blue are her eyes, and her face is very fair. C is for Coty, a lady for equal rights, For it takes both men and women to win little fights. D is for Dean, the notable Ford mechanic, When you ride with him, you think you're in the Atlantic. E is for Everett, a noble lad is he, As powerful in temper as either you or me. F is for Failor, in silence he excels, But he doesn't prove to be when he's among the belles. G is for Gumption, of which we have plenty In this class of ours, the Six and the Twenty. H is for Hite, who loves to pull the jokes, Then you bite, and oh, the fun he pokes. I is for Idleness, in every English class, We don't need to study, we'll surely pass. J is for John, Mr. Zulauf is he, He is our coach in track and B. B. K is for Kate, who is very inspective, She is on the dot, and makes a good detective. L is for Lucille, who drives a big machine, And makes the Sophs think Ancient History is the cream. M is for Mary, who is a little flighty, Don't contradict her, she is very mighty. N is for N. H. S., our dear Alma Mater, Where we climbed the step up the little ladder. O is for Order, when we're quiet as a mouse, That isn't very often, then we tear up the house. P is for Professor, our Mr. Superintendent, He is honest and efficient and very, very splendid. Q is for questions, how many can we ask? Oh, so very many, it would give you a task. R is for Rowena, R is for Rosa, All in a little corner, sitting very cozy. S is for Swartzy, he is so very funny, He lives on cake and candy and a large amount of honey. T is for Temper, which we all do possess, We the fourteen Seniors of the N. H. S. U is for Utility, to use our education, When we get out in life to give us inspiration. V is for Velma, a talented musician, Some more luck to her, we are all a wishin'. W is for Winter, our instructor in English, She teaches us to study and also how to linguish. X is X-ellence, a word of our ambition, If you don't believe it, we'll give an exhibition. Y is for Yearning, just for May, For it brings to us our Graduation Day. Z is for Ze-igler, who pulls the funny tricks, For this honorable class of 1926. -K. E. K ?H'f.! we - -' ' W 52' If ' "" .1 ' SSL? - 1. V ,,' 3 - " Sufi ' li H" WV' lm' 1-1 ig 'L hz. ' , , W -.su ' :V V , ,, ' bww L lm we D ,. ',,1 Q V. is Q ' m f r if W ,W ,W K , .f- r ,AV :v I f . , A.. 'V f' it., 'S Emi, or r fm' 1, , . , ' . ,ffl-l- :W A" ' ,N ' -1: 1 ' ,, , 1 ax fe ,A f . 'JS' 41- 5" " p-at-K. . ,f A --A- x -'iff' . get '21 W " WW' 5' if .. ' ' - S ' x , ,,', 1 -u.f.m. 'j-: " ff 1r': 4, 1" ,U , 'WM' WW l rr ar , , , " lil ? l V F 153 LAST WILL OF THE CLASS OF '26 We, the Seniors of the Nevada High School, City of Nevada, County of Wyandot, and State of Ohio, being of sound mind, fcontrary to opinionl do make, publish and declare this our last Will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills, bequests, and devises by us at any time heretofore made by us. ITEM I We do hereby name Professor B. M. Rutter the chief executor of this, our last will, and appoint Professor John Zulauf as guardian of orphans of the deceased. ITEM II We do hereby bequeath to the Junior class all our privileges as Seniors, namely the right to occupy the seats near the window in the auditorium and the right to publish the next Annual if they can find enough money and material. Also a book of rules on "How to get Offices on the Staff." This book shall go to the Juniors in the succeeding years to come. ITEM III We do hereby charge the Sophomores with the duty of recognizing the coming Seniors as dignified, and of supplying for the aforesaid Seniors a gorgeous and magnificent banquet. ITEM IV We do hereby give to the Freshmen the right to come. out of their green surroundings and to demand from the oncoming children the proper respect for their superiority. ITEM V To the Faculty, We leave our best wishes and many happy and prosper- ous years at Nevada High School. Now We leave our most cherished posses- sions to those who can use them best. ' 1. We, the boys of the Senior class, do bequeath our goulashes to the boys of the Junior class, providing the latters' are worn out by the time of the settlement of this will. 2. We, the girls of the Senior class, do bequeath our good looks and brightness to all the girls in school, fto be divided equallyj. 3. To Virtue Winter and Colleen Golling we leave the entire attention of the High School faculty. Page .........m.... Ninetee zmmww -va as 2'Fi""5f'5 , am .Af W ,.f:f1f - fs ' Ji V I" - .' Q i - - , H - . A . . . a s A - v. if ,,z,, .. ,,,., - .- . - V- fp '- jj i M"WmM T LAST WILL OF THE CLASS OF '26 CC ON TINUEDJ 4. To Judson Lininger we leave Rollie Hite's knack of entertaining the fair sex. 5. To John Gerber we leave Everett Kellogg's ability to bluff the teachers. 6. To Cora Bolyard we leave Velma McLaughlin's sweetness. 7. To Marston Wolf we leave Homer Failor's secret on how to train your hair and to make it stay put. 8. To Mitchell Foster ye leave Arley Swartz's taste for cider and his cast iron stomach. 9. Bernadine Schwartzkopf bequeaths her temper to Esther Aten. 10. Mary Troutman's secret on the right and proper use of cosmetics we bequeath to Anna Jane Miller. 11. Max Zeigler leaves his skill as a pool shark to Hoover Blair, pro- viding he makes the right kind of a face before each shot. 12. Dean Barrett leaves his ability to sleep in English to Paul Suter. 13. Kathryn Klinger leaves her gift of gab to Marguerite Schindler for it seems Marguerite hasn't any. 14. Rowena Baublitz leaves her power to vamp the Junior boys to Hazel Miller, providing it has the same use as it had this year. 15. Andrew Kuenzli leaves his book on misbehavior to Everett Shaff- stall. 16. Flossie Chatlain leaves her ability to drive a Ford to Rudy Hans. We hereby testify that this is the last will and testament of the class of Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-Six of Nevada High School. SENIOR CLASS '26 DEAN BARRETT, Notary Public. wenty N if ,,N4fs:ifw5x.fiQ,,.lfya:-iff -- M A' - f ff A--W mf-vm ay,..-,,,,..1a.5g?qF,a,.a1i.Qf.. ll,s,,,a5g:,g.gem,j Vryk M ,,kk . Vg W 4 " Q73 ' Ts- , , 7 it ii -- we W ' L, ...., . -V ,WLM V- K 4 I ,giq gii My -2, :ffm X 'M' ie., , WI, Q 14 . , -A.' , , 'eh , . I, - ... M,,flai1,gf,M.eff,,,, Af 1 -,.. -f b,',,j-- ,' - A I2 . SENIORS'26 How well we all remember the day When we, of the Senior class, Entered the High School assembly With laughter from those of the upper class. We, of the Freshman class, in '22 and '23, Felt quite out of place at first, And when some one would say, "There's a Freshie, see?" My goodness! We felt worse! As time went on we worked more earnestly, And began to see the value of wasted timeg We ,reflected and thought more seriously While our opinion of overdone pranks was crime! Now that we are Seniors in Nevada High, We realize how hard it will be to leaveg Now that the end of our happy school life is nigh, 'Tis a very valuable treasure to give up, we believe. We advise the Freshies, Sophomores and Juniors, To be loyal, honest, sincere and true, In addition to this we tell you ' To "bite off more than you can chew, then CHEWV' l-VELMA MCLAUGHLIN Page Twenty-one Q , 29' 9 if ! fl f ,wwf iitfggggmaw an 3' A 'P' ei L I fevmiw ' - - I. .. ' ' -"' , 31. '- ' 2" I if ' ' ,sw Y r Yi? ff' . ' , ' r". ' Yi . 'S .' .. ' .- 1 fm fi ly, 5 V ,IJ ,,,, mm , 5 . .. - " "--' -H ' -' g . " S' -- 1? mia' salesman 1 ' .Q fir-.. L. g,.,,.......- SENICR PLAY "RUTH IN A RUSH" C H A R A C T E R S Mrs. Brownell, Ruth's aunt .......................... Kathryn Klinger Juliet Raymon, Ruth's friend and secretary ...... Bernadine Schwartzkopf Ruth MacDonald Moore, always in a rush .............. Flossie Chatlain Susie, a maid ........................... ....... R owena Baublitz Leonard Bruce, poor, but aristocratic .... ..... H omer Failor Wayne Ashley, rich but uncultured .... .... A ndrew Kuenzli Dwight Lambert, an eloper .......... ...... E verett Kellogg Peggy Patton, another eloper ....... .... V elma McLaughlin Gilbert Lansing, a writer ....... ......... R ollie Hite Phillip Grant, a millionaire ...... ..... D ean Barrett Sadie Sodastrom, a ticket agent .... ..... M ary Troutamn Jean Moore Foster, Ruth's sister .... . . . Rosanna Steinhilber TIME: The Present. ' PLACE: An Eastern City. ACT I-Ruth Moore's residence. ACT II-Sunshine Junction. ACT III-The same. STORY Ruth Moore, a girl of manifold interests, always in a rush, with her girl friend, Juliet, visits her aunt. While there two suitors, Ashley and Bruce, Visit her, and in order to dismiss them she accepts an invitation to visit her sister, Mrs. Foster, before she goes to work for the famous writer, Gilbert Lansing. I While in Sunshine Junction, Ruth and Juliet meet two young men who happen to be going to Mrs. Foster's, too. They refuse to tell their names. They are interrupted by Peggy Pat and Dwight who are eloping, with an angry parent pursuing. Ruth and her friend help them out. In the end, Ruth finds her friend to be Gilbert Lansing, and then she becomes a perma- nent secretary to the writer. K. E. K. Page Twenty-two J' LS v. A X 1 , r an ,r V , r , V V. r 4 K' X I J, V ,,.- . 2 Q .M-' . J, 3, L fr -x QW' 1 -X W: ,f,. REFLECTU 6 JUNIOR CLASS Top Row-Paul Suter, Mitchell Foster, Marguerite Schindler, Ruby Hans, Anna Jane Miller, Myers Jacobs, Milton Gucker, Kenneth Williams. Second Row-Hoover Blair, Grace Creger, Ruby Dirmeyer, Pauline Berk- ley, Paul Creger, Grace Larick, Miriam Keller, Esther Markley. First Row-Esther Aten, Ernestine Maskey, Gwendoline Traxler, Virtue Winter, Delight Smith, Tressa Swartz, Hazel Miller, Wilbur McBeth. JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS President ................................ Myers Jacobs Vice P1'esident ...........,.............. Esther Markley Secretary-Treasurer . . . ........... Marguerite Schindler Colors ......... ............... I 'led and Black Motto ........ . . "Not for School but for Life" Page Twc nty-t W " f, X 5 jew:-fagawir "L4'f ",L" W ' '-" A ai., .. 'f-', Q ' , -, t 1 -'ii'ifwr'v "' f l - .fa -145 "'A ily" if J o 'gif .,.,. ,. l Q S .g -iw . '- ,,. , Q, as a V. wmwlsffl -. " , s ff, ' f" 'hh eff- ,I ,... . " nuf f- , a- f 125. 5 -' '. : 9 .SP 2? . " " " . j -N "I'. M JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY Three years ago a youthful and eager band of thirty-two Freshmen entered the portals of the school we all love so well. Here with hopeful hearts and eager hands we began a struggle that would claim us for four Iong years. And now that nearly three of those years are gone, we find that we have just begun our life struggle. In our Freshman year we were represented in baseball, basket ball, track, debating, literary and staff. We took second place in track last year. When we again assembled in the fall of '24, we found that our class numbered only twenty-seven. But our class spirit had increased and we settled down to Work. This year we were again represented in all the high school activities and won second place in the basket ball tournament. In our Sophomore year we did what few other classes have done. We pre- sented a play, "Aunt Sophonia at College." It was a great success. Again the September sun shone and again we entered the open doors of our school, but this time as Juniors. There are only twenty-four of us. but what a lot we have done and can do. We are represented in the school activities. We have won both baseball and basket ball tournament, and have the honor of selling more lecture course tickets than any other class, for which we were well rewarded. This year we again presented a play, "Bor- rowed Money", which was very successful. This Spring the Juniors are going to banquet the Seniors, and as We expect to live up to our past standard, this will be the best banquet any Junior class has given the Seniors. We have only one more year to go and we hope that our High School career will finish with as good a standard as it had when it started-good work, high grades, and doing its best at all times. Page T enty-four , ,W .. f , , N, ,.,,,,,M V -. ..., -. vf,, HW I-M .av-V . i,-.N . ,g V :..,,rsg . . 3. ,. ,, , f... ag., ,. 9 V vm.,,.L,N,M,g,, . A -, , .. . age. M I g ,,w,,,,, - 1. . ? Mt frm-A ' 'WW W ' r wif-Ffff with , ni A '- v- ' ' ' W, " " 8' , ,, 5 cr' f . JUNIOR CLASS PLAY On January 19, the Junior class presented "Borrowed Money" to a large audience in the opera house. The play was very successful, this being due to the hard and earnest work of the members and to Miss Winter, our coach, whom we thank for her time, patience and work to make the play a success. CAST OF CHARACTERS Charles C. Vautrey, a home town success ........ .... M yron Jacobs Mrs. Charles Vautrey, his ambitious wife ..... ..... T ressa Swartz Fanny Vautrey, their marriageable daughter .... ..... A nna Jane Miller Claire Vautrey, their young daughter ............ Marguerite Schindler Mrs. Harris ........... P x ......... Miriam Keller Mrs. Stone ............ 5 Neighbors 2 ........ Virtue Winter Mrs. Street ........... 1 ....... Pauline Berkley Roland Street, for whom Fanny is waiting ........ . . . Mitchell Foster Thaddeus P. Romer, a wealthy old bachelor ...... . . . Hoover Blair Thomas S. Delmar, a financier and horse fancier . . . . . . Wilbur MeBeth Mrs. Morton, secretary to Mrs. Vautrey ......... ...... H azel Miller Miss Gray, secretary to Mr. Delmar ....... . . ........ Grace Larick Specks, office boy ...................... ......... K enneth Williams Old Ben Sanderford .... 3 Two Reminders g ........ Milton Gucker Aunt Sally Vautrey .... Y of the Past l . . .... Delight Smith "Borrowed Money" is a modern comedy telling the story of an ambit- ious mother, Mrs. Vautrey, who sacrifices all the pleasures of her home in order that she may enter New York society. In striving to gain her ambi- tion, she does not consider the love of her elder daughter, the financial con- dition of her husband, nor the fact that a friend, Roland Street, is very much interested in their welfare. While in New York, Romer, trying to Win the girl by force, nearly ruins her father by lowering the stock, but Roland Street helps Vautrey and in the end, after sacrificing his entire fortune, is justly rewarded. -MARGUERITE SCHINDLER Page Tw t g Egg :ESM IEDM Magi no NNE? SU MUWBQQE :Sh HOU .og E W EU EO N Qogm .322 when .MEC N 0555 hmqggm Wigan? was Mg 3 EEE is .Om xanga H EO 'Om Hom NEO H .SW :-H 585 -ips SSM .230 N :Ez hw-:Wm Expo gh OE gig fumes Gm AEE Non? EEA H5 M EEOWEVU mgiwqm S135-Magda! EHEEU .Psa M5569 3620 30:6 mamma 2:05 Bbw wgggji EEG wgmvm gamma Sawsw 2552 MES-OZ 'Bon BND N wgwgo wqagnm MBE-Gm .m GOES MQEDE Hgam MEGA OF M5055 Y E Q A mmap: 25 M5235 minima wirggm :dm Hwxgm ammo: adam MC go EM 'sc-Hgm ESPSOEHD DEW UUEOEK Mi UWHS 8,5225 EEO OE: Hosts! Ugm ME MEAE 25 QD UOFEH :dam f nikon A EQEEEQ R823 mis Umm nv-moz B WI waggm Edowgn was QD M502 vida kgs? matomwq MHS MSE? EQEEO M. EDEQU ggwab H6:3':NS EASE abmgbw 5:5 62835 MED Maw W2 J NAME! QQEOQ 35.33 W is :sum gsem winggwm WE Namgm Asda-m Madam MDEOBWM:-U MEDOEQD wzmmao vw-:rm FO A 326 3,3 6205 EEO Kham Begg? Bam Hag wEPQA gap, ,EVE 4 Hageman wma: D was my HQ WWQH-U MOH DH ESQ MEM 255 KEBH an gsm 'SESOMU 326 gpm MESOS! EES! xgc mst? spam 880 wma? gms Wacom - him EEO 2.352 'Sana SHS' W4 ZUFCZMH Ewing 055253 E232 IEEE? Q34 :eww ,SQEHE Mei Siam EMEQQ EEE Egum 'swya :za 'EMBO Pago hgxam maria 'Bam :Em w-EEE? 52:62 9:3056 EOE? ,semch :MEYUUEZ arg! Sgr? M353 820 Nahaksm ghwhm 'SWWO-HF SEE? Oar? Bam his :Sm EXEC! 'SEE NES. SEQ 35:35 BCOBMEE ,SESS ,BENQ 3602! Q32 Wadi Page Twenty-six ' - In U i15C56Q S 0 FH Q P g. ,H 'SN ,"4 "I 5 ' X D Qw -LYQWU 'fff W LV D 57 if Q9 5.9 iff? f x W ' " fy 1 in 9 .- ,--, , .-.g M " ""' " xx -, Q? WJ , hr cw I II'V fi 'f f ,A' 4.? . V'.f 1. ',AA - A. . 'LCM ' ' ,I-"5'g: 'I'Ij' ' '-v.' Y x gfffjn 'If l'j'1IL.'1:'E" . , 'I Ib f Q -.11 'L' lg. f:E?J5-.V95,--'-15-. ' -' 6i?".T :?.7,33-'1,71'lf'-. iff '-f fQf'.4ig1'.' U '1'.f5:f?g 8 11 " x,l5l2"f '2'a"s'l' 3?-'rf , "fl e y I ' .' 2 Y " 'if-jf,-,g, :L 7 3.1" E U 5f"1 71?':1-f:p',i' ?'Sq'f,-fzui ' ' -T 3,44 E f f5. I.E31"5-,9'- U llxxflxxxxxwx' H-.. W-.. ,,.,. -..-.-.-- W A --'-----'---H----- , , it . --if ,. L --,. . 'S if , a r t i i i i i it Qgyf j ""' A ' ..x.. ,,, 4AL ,,. , WWC 'L ' ' . Page SOPHOM ORE CLASS Top Row-Judson Lininger, Wilbur Kuenzli, Vernon Ratz, Raymond Cro- nise, George Eckert, John Gerber. Second Row-Marston Wolf, Colleen Golling, Evelyn Failor, Florence Klin- ger, Eunice Fox, Madge Chance, Everett Shaffstall, Cecil Bash, Elton Scott, Ray Starner. First Row-Maurine Smith, Edith Larick, Helen Racheter, Eva Kuengli, Dorothy Miller, Alice Frost, Edith Comstock, Lavere Healy. CLASS OFFICERS President ....... .................. ..... E d ith Larick Vice President .... Maurine Smith Secretary ..... . . . La Vere Healy Treasurer ..... Elton Scott Twenty-eight m -me D1 - S .y ...R W ., . s "Mill 2' ' " 42 X 'W .. Q V ' ' i Q 5 . ,. xg qi., L, 1 Y Aw X, . V, , iss? Reign YY' I ' Sf J' ' 53 , 4. .e 'iffy' w S v 1 gm, J A, A' il at fmlflili 'ia Af ga S 'apxiat . . . wi , vA.A , 1,A, ,.A.,, . .,.1, . . ft, ',:' l is swag we 1 Wim SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY In the fall of 1924, twenty-six studious Freshmen entered the assembly room of Nevada High School to start on their High School careers. Al- though they were taunted and jeered at by their upper classmen, they de- termined to do their duty and to help raise the standards of "Our Dear Old Nevada High." From the beginning the Freshman class was represented in all kinds of activities. First, several of our boys represented the class in baseball, and again our class was represented by several of our boys as well as the girls in the High School basket ball teams. Later in the season three of our class were chosen as members of the Lincoln debating club, two of Whom represented Nevada High School in the county debates. Thus after nine months of hard work, we left the school for three months vacation. Again in the following fall, with greater courage we entered Nevada High School, this time a class of twenty-four members called the Sopho- mores. Within a short time class officers were elected and our class colors, blue and gold, together with our motto, "Climb Higher" were selected by the members of the class. This year our class is well represented in the debating club by five members, by several girls and boys in the two basket ball teams, and by a greater number of members in the boys' and girls' glee clubs, as well as the High School orchestra. Our only social activity so far this year was a class party at the home of Elton Scott. But plans are being made for more parties and social gath- ings in the near future. Our two greatest plans for the following two years are to keep up our excellent class record and to live up to our motto "Climb Higher". -EDYTHE R. COMSTOCK Page Tw: y 'Q'- X ,..., ,,,,i.,....-.r,,... .,,,,.,.,. ,, ..,. M- .... r,,,.w.-,i.,.,. ....,M W ,?..,1.,r I f f fzfw' 26 f......5 1 ,... g ffl.. ,, , .' Ng' P Q , ,, ,Am FRESHMAN CLASS Top Row-Lewis Whisman, Ira Swartz, Gordon McLaughlin, Howard Troutman, Virgil Eckleberry. Third Row-Floren Haas, Robert Case, Dwight Winter, Robert Frost, Clif- ford Dirmeyer, Charles Kellogg. Second Row-Tressa Speigel, Maude Mahley, Jean Suter, Pauline Bender, Rosamond Eckleberry, Willard Daiber, Thomas Blair, Clair Keller, John Raeheter. First Row-Lelia Harvey, Helen Klinger, Dorothy Gilliland, Bernadine Pool, Cora Bolyard, Waunita Keller, Hildred Schwartzkopf, Grace Bachtell, Winona Keller. CLASS OFFICERS President ...... ..... I ra Swartz Vice President . . . . . . Robert Frost Secretary ...... ....... W inona Keller Treasurer .... ............ G race Bachtell Colors . . . ....... Green and White Motto .... . . "Climb the Bean Stalk" Page Thirty ,, ,P . , . , , . 5 , . m,,,.X ., .,,V , g ,V V N g, l V 1' a w wewt W X .. QW v i at ,L,L , J is M , , if V+- , Q' " h so - . K .Lag H . ' www 1... C ' F 4. em... 'F f . ' - Q K " f MV' relieve 'f FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY On September 7th, 1925, twenty-nine students entered the Freshman class. Until now they are all present. . Soon after school began We elected the class officers, our president being Ira Swartz. ' The Freshman class has been taking an active part in the school ath- letics. We had several members in the baseball team and have a number of boys and girls in the basket ball teams. We also expect to take part in the track meet. We have not done much in social work but expect to do more in the future years. In the school orchestra we are represented by a number of members. In the Glee Club and the Harmonica Club, the Freshmen are taking part. We are all living up to our motto, "Climb the Bean Stalk." D. S. W. FRESHMAN CLASS POEM Three cheers for the green and white, May it ever wave on high, Our motto, "Climb the Bean Stalk," Ranks the highest of the high. We are proud of our classmates, Of their deeds We will gladly tell, So here's a cheer for the Nevada Freshies, For the Freshies we love so well. We will keep all our deeds in a record, For the oncoming Freshies to read, So that they may follow our example. And help others that are greatly in need. So soon will our school days be ended, And our Alma Mater We will leave behind, But our class will always be remembered, By our deeds that were so fine. W. M. K. Page Thirty-on in W n e r r I ? i,fs.gggQ'i Qi i i "71n1:1gf:4,,,,gg,...1 i gg A,,A ,, t .M f it GRADE FACULTY INEZ CLIINGER Ohio University at Athens Elgth Grade MARY BRIGHT Richland County Normal Fifth Grade EVELYN MILLIGAN BUELAH CLARK Heidelberg University Ohio Northern University Seventh Grade Sixth Grade Page Thirty-two n K A Cx X 1'- BERNICE KUENZLI Ohio Northern University Third Grad: ffZ+E,CZORffi GRADE FACULTY HELEN HOWEY Ohio Northern University Fourth Grade FANNIE SMITH Wooster College Ohio Northern Miami University First Grade RONIA SWARTZ Bowling Cregn Normal School Second Grad: Page Thirty-three ,gf-.-Day-if , MW- J ,W ,M Wg, , M, , 4. -V ,, A 7- --b- ,mg-,V - ' -at ww 0 fi "v-ffG."" .V W -,- ' as v W J - w a X JM U., M ,, at 1, u- "" ' sz, 'rf af Q i v at ,mm-,,, 1 . ' r ...Mc .O if l , THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES First Row-Buddy Markley, Stanton Swartz, Myron Berkley, Philip Pol- lock, Richard Gordon, Quinton Kuenzli, Donald Jacobs, Junior Keller, Wayne Healy, Dickie Wolfe, Bobby Wolfe, Junior Rapp. Second Row-Maxine Snavely, Naomi Trish, Bernice Williams, Ruby Smal- ley, Dolores Mollencop, Othella Carr, Lorenna Schindler, Beulah Eckle- berry, Mary Larick, Ada Steinhilber, Eileen Markley, Mary Shaff- stall, Leroy Chance, Noland Keisling, Betty Maskey, Mary May Wil- liams. Third Row-Thomas Hauff, Thomas Smith, Hershel Creger, David Snavely, Norma Harvey, Wanda Swartz, Betty McBeth, Lucille Winter, Thelma Frank, Valere Dinkle, Eunice Markley, Kathryn Roth, Hazel Johns, Rachel Shaffstall, Clara Probst, Sylvia Beary, Ivan Markley. Fourth Row-Virgil Graber, Harry McLaughlin, George Klinger, Oren Gra- ber, Orvel Barth, Ernest Disher, Jay Burnsides, Thomas Swartz, Harry Barth, Ralph Mahley, Roberta DeJean, Julia Olive Vent, Don Rudy, Dale Golling, Charles Martin. Page Thirty-s W "T,-'lf if 1' fa 1L.,v,f?gi5 1 2 P iii I I REF! :MQW 1 Y . A 4 A , , . . ,A.., A A .- .- I ff , KA A ,V iff'-f"r , A, in , ,,, , x,,A V .V , V vkkk W ik Q 4 In , -G I , ,.., i GRADE FACULTY BERNICE KUENZLI Ohio Northern University Third Gracie H ELEN HOWEY Ohio Northern University Fourth Grade FANNIE SMITH Wooster College Ohio Northern Miami University First Grade RONIA SWARTZ Bowling Green Normal School Second Grade Page Thirty-three F gijjzj' ,WJ . , 4 p , . ' ' W' ' ' - A 1 ff4fi,,.,,.:3i, 73 ilk' 5 G' g f I i 1 -fja We yi, B, , M W N., , W War 5' 3 W 5 if ' H 'w "iW'Af -ww .ln . wt 41, jl in A.,' f ,fg'gg - fi I 5" ' I J A ii in I C C ii , L 2 n t l2'i J 91 ,'L, fffifij ,'1, , Am, 'AL fi' QLm,k Q . -. THIRD AND FOURTH GRADES First Row-Buddy Markley, Stanton Swartz, Myron Berkley, Philip Pol- lock, Richard Gordon, Quinton Kuenzli, Donald Jacobs, Junior Keller, Wayne Healy, Dickie Wolfe, Bobby Wolfe, Junior Rapp. Second Row-Maxine Snavely, Naomi Trish, Bernice Williams, Ruby Smal- ley, Dolores Mollencop, Othella Carr, Lorenna Schindler, Beulah Eckle- berry, Mary Larick, Ada Steinhilber, Eileen Markley, Mary Shaff- stall, Leroy Chance, Noland Keisling, Betty Maskey, Mary May Wil- liams. Third Row-Thomas Hauff, Thomas Smith, Hershel Creger, David Snavely, Norma Harvey, Wanda Swartz, Betty McBeth, Lucille Winter, Thelma Frank, Valere Dinkle, Eunice Markley, Kathryn Roth, Hazel Johns, Rachel Shaffstall, Clara Probst, Sylvia Beery, Ivan Markley. Fourth Row-Virgil Graber, Harry McLaughlin, George Klinger, Oren Gra- ber, Orvel Barth, Ernest Disher, Jay Burnsides, Thomas Swartz, Harry Barth, Ralph Mahley, Roberta DeJean, Julia Olive Vent, Don Rudy, Dale Golling, Charles Martin. Page Thirty-si -Q' " Wi Y 1 f5 ff"q ' l ' ,3V 'l Mlwllw I Y L V V' if "'HL"7q"53s5?'i"'f"W5""f"J 01255K ii Y wi f-1 - . ,. W .4 el-1 ,,.. L, 4 ,. , UQ it 21 ef 01 ' M fel i, i J , M W W i i t ' ' f LL" ' , '- ' X ' , - 1, f -- ,I MM- , W FIRST AND SECOND GRADES Front Row-Byron Smalley, Harry Pollock, James Starner, Lawrence Hoteling, Derrald Barth, Dale Kissling, Stanton Gongwer, Ray Schwartzkopf, Dale Heistand, Frederick Trish, Lloyd Failor, Floyd Failor, Kenneth Carr. Second Row-Emma Steinhilber, Caroline McLaughlin, Fern Lewis, Naomi Dotts, Doris Dinkle, Audra Hauff, Martha Jane Klinger, Glenna Corf- man, David Larick, Esther Larick, Vera Markley, Donna Swartz, Isa- belle Klinger, Mildred McNeal, Sarah Aten, Paul Mollencop. Third Row-Ivan Markley, Junior Holdcraft, Ivan Ahlefeld, Robert Hold- craft, Harry Allen, Harold Graber, Evelyn Ritterspach, Robert Alban, Mildred Trish, Eleanor Snavely, Odessa Beamer, Delores Kruse, Ann- etta Disher, Martha Howell. Fourth Row-Anita Comstock, Robert Williams, Harold Williams, Nelson Brenner, Wayne Lewis, David Ahlefeld, Glenn Neiderhauser, Harold Balliett, Dale Suter, Jack Hauff, Jack Frost, Betty McClintock, Clay- ton King. Page Thirty-sev 'Ve ., ., ,. , . K. , , ..e7f..-..,-,.,.,,, A- M- .. ....,. , .. ., , V, V ,N ' w i Wi .. W .i ef J f Q V L BOYS' AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUBS Page Fo Top Row-Colleen Golling, Bernadine Schwartzkopf, Hazel Miller, Flossie Chatlin, Kathryn Klinger, Rosanna Steinhilber, Mary Troutman. Fourth Row-Mitchell Foster, Myers Jacobs, Homer Failor, Everett Kel- logg, Helen Klinger, Eunice Fox, Prof. I. M. Snyder, Anna Jane Miller, Ruby Hans, Pauline Bender, Hoover Blair, Vernon Ratz. Third Row-Pauline Berkley, Eva Kuenzli, Maurine Smith, Helen Rache- ter, Evelyn Failor, Lavere Healy, Waunita Keller, Cora Bolyard, Ber- nadine Pool, Grace Creger, Paul Creger. Second Row-Hildred Schwartzkopf, Edith Comstock, 'Virtue Winter, De- light Smith, Tressa Swartz, Winona Keller, Velma McLaughlin, Esther Aten, Rosamond Eckleberry, Andrew Kuenzli, Milton Gucker. First Row-Ira Swartz, Gordon McLaughlin, Tom Blair, Howard Trout- man, Wilbur Kuenzli, Elton Scott, Kenneth Williams, Robert Frost, Rollie Hite, Judson Lininger. rty A' 4 or F 'F J ,, M , J W- , 4 C gn' Y' "7'5'3vwL1" new .ifffittff we M51 rv Qi17TAf.'W'7?"i WW ' v J A ' 'A " '43 sf, .':f2ffr:QQf1J,:::r,.,,are V-L -1 ,: -K 7 1' ' ' , f 4' ' ' if M23-,, z - I M-ffw-ma. ,L f , 1. 4wz.-e h?'fs vass..My'P5s1vW m.aa.,yJ55ii, fig, , A ' TW' r 9 U FIRST AND SECOND GRADES Front Row-Byron Smalley, Harry Pollock, James Starner, Lawrence Hoteling, Derrald Barth, Dale Kissling, Stanton Gongwer, Ray Schwartzkopf, Dale Heistand, Frederick Trish, Lloyd Failor, Floyd Failor, Kenneth Carr. Second Row-Emma Steinhilber, Caroline McLaughlin, Fern Lewis, Naomi Dotts, Doris Dinkle, Audra Hauff, Martha Jane Klinger, Glenna Corf- man, David Larick, Esther Larick, Vera Markley, Donna Swartz, Isa- belle Klinger, Mildred McNeal, Sarah Aten, Paul Mollencop. Third Row-Ivan Markley, Junior Holdcraft, Ivan Ahlefeld, Robert Hold- craft, Harry Allen, Harold Graber, Evelyn Ritterspach, Robert Alban, Mildred Trish, Eleanor Snavely, Odessa Beamer, Delores Kruse, Ann- etta Disher, Martha Howell. Fourth Row-Anita Comstock, Robert Williams, Harold Williams, Nelson Brenner, Wayne Lewis, David Ahlefeld, Glenn Neiderhauser, Harold Balliett, Dale Suter, Jack Hauff, Jack Frost, Betty McClintock, Clay- ton King. Page Thirty- ,, A Zi BOYS' AND GIRLS' GLEE CLUBS Page Fo Top Row-Colleen Golling, Bernadine Schwartzkopf, Hazel Miller, Flossie Chatlin, Kathryn Klinger, Rosanna Steinhilber, Mary Troutman. Fourth Row-Mitchell Foster, Myers Jacobs, Homer Failor, Everett Kel- logg, Helen Klinger, Eunice Fox, Prof. I. M. Snyder, Anna Jane Miller, Ruby Hans, Pauline Bender, Hoover Blair, Vernon Ratz. Third Row-Pauline Berkley, Eva Kuenzli, Maurine Smith, Helen Rache- ter, Evelyn Failor, Lavere Healy, Waunita Keller, Cora Bolyard, Ber- nadine Pool, Grace Creger, Paul Creger. Second RowfHildred Schwartzkopf, Edith Comstock, Virtue Winter, De- light Smith, Tressa Swartz, Winona Keller, Velma McLaughlin, Esther Aten, Rosamond Eckleberry, Andrew Kuenzli, Milton Gucker. First Row-Ira Swartz, Gordon McLaughlin, Tom Blair, Howard Trout- man, Wilbur Kuenzli, Elton Scott, Kenneth Williams, Robert Frost, Rollie Hite, Judson Lininger. rty W . is , g , '2 , s is .a , , . ' , gg :if'?'T: :fe l'V" .,...,..,. . 'rw-I. , 17.7K 4 K. 4,:': . "M K ...si,.fQ,j, MUSIC ORCHESTRA A High School orchestra was organized early in the fall of 1925. It progressed quite rapidly under the guardianship of our instructor, Mr. Snyder. It grew in number until at the present time the membership is forty. The different instruments played in the orchestra are: Violins, cello, clarinets, cornets, trumpets, trombones, saxophones, E flat alto horns, tuba, drums, bells and piano. The orchestra was not only beneficial to the members, but it also helped out by playing at our school functions. GIRLS' AND BOYS' GLEE CLUBS Early in the fall, under the leadership of Mr. Snyder, a Girls' Glee Club was organized. The officers elected were: President, Velma Mc- Laughlin, vice president, Anna Jane Miller, secretary-treasurer, Flossie Chatlaing news reporter, Ruby Hans. Regular rehearsals were held each week at which very creditable work was done. Although the organization is new, it has won for itself the approval of everyone. About two months after the Girls' Glee Club was in existence, the boys became enthused and added another organization to Nevada High School's long list, in the way of a Boys' Glee Club. They held rehearsals long enough to decide they would ask the girls to join them in producing a minstrel. "THE MINSTREU' On the night of February 16, about thirty-eight girls, garbed in aprons, and with White sun bonnets adorning their pert little heads, were seated on the stage of the auditorium looking shyly at twenty-five of the opposite sex who were togged out in overalls and straw hats. That was the picture that met the eyes of a crowded house as the curtain arose on the first public performance of the Glee Clubs in the form of a min- strel. The program was very well given and seemed to be enjoyed by all. Apart of the success of the entertainment is attributable to Miss Evelyn Milligan who so very ably presided at the piano throughout the program. ' f-THE GYPSY ROVER,' "The Gypsy Rover," a romantic musical comedy in three acts, will be produced at the Nevada Auditorium, April 6. The entire High School will participate. The leading character parts are being exceptionally well taken. This opera promises to be the best entertainment that has ever been shown on any stage in Nevada. Page F rty E 2 ,A I K ...,...... .,, Vi' N M mi 26l SA . K LIBRARY STAFF Page Fort Left to Right-Colleen Golling, Dean Barrett, Marguerite Schindler, Helen Ilacheter, Hildred Schwartzkopf. NEVADA HIGH SCHOOL LIBRARY The Nevada High School library has been greatly improved in the last few years. During the school term of 1924 and 1925, the school board very kindly had an archway cut in the Wall between the lib1'H1'y and assembly room. Thus, the library was connected with the assembly room. This was a great convenience to the pupils, for previously they were com- pelled to go through the hall to get to the library. This was very unhandy but the archway corrected the fault. Supt. Rutter chose librarians for this te1'm of school. They are: Mar- guerite Schindler fchief librarianj, Dean Barrett, Colleen Goeling, Hil- dred Schwartzkopf and Helen Bacheter. All have filled their places very efficiently. The duties of a librarian are: HJ To lend and receive returned booksg C25 To keep check on magazinesg 13D Keep library in orderg MJ Look after conduct of the pupils in the library. We have increased the number of books in our library by getting some from the Ohio State Traveling Library. Besides the books for all types of material, including science, history, etc., we have an encyclopedia of twenty-four volumes. Some of the magazines we have are: Nat- ional Geographic, The Independent, World's Work, lvlentor, Popular Mechan- ics, Pathfinder, American, and Literary Digest. N93-13 -H. L. R. y-two ' -- "' "" i'mi'i"'W't " nz- ll...Zi.. .. -' . ' Q . -1 View ,Hat . ij , - ' ' f K . ' . -. . . Y g -. w-,. if , -I ,mfg ,Vfk ,J , i z- ' ff-fi Tanga- , I i il A f' ' 2 ' , : - " ' my r i 4 1 t 3 a - -, ...f-, .1 -- - Q .m,fLFT:" cl- hs in . ggi .e'::f'f.:: u J?33:: , ,,,,. , Ea , , 'z I -if ,.a...:-:sf-Q3 -f -rw dl' . 5' - fa Ma., A very pleasing stage presence is something to be admired by any one. A pupil should not go through school Without at least being given the opportunity for developing himself along this line. That is Why prac- tice in stage work for the pupils has always been arranged for by the N. H. S. faculty. We may consider it a part of our education. It has been the custom of Nevada High to have some form of literary society or societies in the school. Formerly they were carried on as ex- clusive clubs, but in the past two years they have included the entire High School. This year we initiated a plan which has worked out very suc- cessfully. The whole High School is included in one literary society and each member must participate in one of the literary programs when cap- able of doing what is asked of him. A program is held every Monday afternoon. Musical numbers have been almost entirely excluded from the pro- grams as we have a. music period twice each week. Then, about once each month, we are favored with outside talent. Some of those who have given talks to the High School are Mr. A. G. McQuate, county Y. M. C. A. leaderg Reverend Allen and Mr. J. S. DeJean, president of they Nevada School Board. All of these talks have been very valuable and interesting to the High School students. It was necessary that we select some persons to arrange the programs so a program committee was appointed by the faculty. It consisted of Anna Jane Miller, Kathryn Klinger, Bernadine Schwartzkopf, Judson Lininger and Ira Swartz. They deserve many congratulations for the work which they have done so satisfactorily. The -EDITH LARICK LECTURE COURSE High School thought it would be well to put on a lecture course and place the proceeds in the High School fund. We also thought it would benefit the community in general as the lecture courses are always educa- tional and entertaining. Accordingly the following committee was appointed to make arrange- ments for a lecture course: Flossie Chatlain, Anna Jane Miller, Wilbur Kuenzli and Dean Barrett. They have done their part very well. The following numbers have been presented: Oct. 2-The Alexander Four presented a very good musical program, consisting of saxophone, violin, etc., music. Dec. 19-The Tiffany Male Quartette favored the audience with many good selections. Dec. 29-The Tooley Company presented the opera "The Mikado." It was very well rendered. Feb. 15-C. L. Bergderfer entertained the audience very enjoyably by Mar. his jokes, readings, etc. 11-Hugh Diamond from Galion, Ohio, gave an entertainment for this number consisting of songs, old-time fiddling, etc. -EDITH LARICK Page Forty-th P -Hfvlmf 4.-t iff.. 'TT If I I ' ' . wviw-'w,.2 I , , " 5,1 Aj l' WX'Tlif -'f,E',Q, if 1 ff ' 5 ' ' .' 'P . , , , ,rlff" qu f',-.27 W -- QV -5 f A VI Y' ww 5, ,V f 'g -' -- V1 K- ' . -' i --'-" 1 -'A' ' '- ' 1 fl 5 f . 45, ' 1155.2 1 .,-, ,zz U' . 3, ' 1 a- : 3' git .. L, , h 1 ' J V "r "'- I Ending 'dawg' 213' if . 1, giygw gg Page Forty-Four In eighteen hundred seventy-six An honorable de-ed was done, It furnished us an Alma Mater For many years to come. Tho' few were the members then They, many in number, have grown Until the old school became too small And a new one gave them home. It then was consolidated, And many new students came, That they might study and learn In these two halls of fame. We all are very respectful, We list to every call, We help protect our school So the Green and Gold cannot fall. Our teachers are the brightest That colleges can supply, ' The graduates are the fairest That come from any High. You'll find them in colleges, You'll find them all around, As honest, as true, as famous As any that are found. So within all towns and cities The dearest to our hearts Is- Nevada Consolidated School From which we can hardly part. But when it comes to parting We sigh and we frown, Wishing we could go to school again In this small Ohio town. -KATHRYN KLINGER '26 s ' 'IL mx ..,:. ' ' 'rf' wr: .7 A was N .JL ,,,, . 1 irr, r Wa- I ff I ,,..,' A gf- . , CLASS PARTIES The Freshies, because of taking a good while for getting accustomed to High School life, have been rather slow with their class parties, as they have held none as yet. However, none of us are a bit afraid but what the Freshmen will make up for this slowness in the months to come. The Sophomores held their first and only class party at the home of Elton Scott on December 12. We first met at the home of Colleen Golling and had a very good time. We then started, and had heaps of fun, having to ride over three miles in the cold and wet. When all the guests arrived, there were many good experiences. It was here we played numerous games and Everett Shaffstall went through many funny adventures. Every one then departed having enjoyed himself immensely. The honors for the Lecture Course ticket selling went to the Juniors, so as the Juniors have always called themselves a fast bunch, they held their first party at the home of Anna Jane Miller on October 16. As they had planned this some time ahead, they picked out about the worst night of the whole year. Some of the people almost failed to get there, as the roads were nearly impassable at that time. After every one had reached his destination, old fashioned games were played and music was enjoyed by all. The teachers, especially, were glad that there was a prize of ice cream given, which was explained by the amount of ice cream they ate. Then, being completely filled with ice izlream they bade their hostess goodnight, and the party broke up at a late our. The Senior class, who have probably been more busy than any other class in High School, have failed to have any class parties but not, by any means, because they are slow. We are all very sure that they will make up for this, not only in a social way, but also in a higher bigger, and better way in the future. The High School classes have failed to hold the number of class parties that they held last year. Their time was spent in a better way, paying more attention to their studies, athletics, etc., and we are very sure hat our time was spent more profitably than last year and years before. ' --MAURINE SMITH Foy Q A -I 2-'f .Q': f 23 I Q S , 5, rf 4: I f 5' 5, 5 Rr .. A ,, I l ! Fl 5115, 1 XE, QL E Tl: Yi X W Qalin fbi' Fmfffy nn. ? h Lanai Mio Knowledge fdmovy 782225 fsc ard 1- lm X - ,-" W M- W - Q, "f1f"1il5l1r V +1 ,arise S N. 'r Mfr we wr 5 LINCOLN DEBATING CLUB Top Row-Mr. Rutter, Miss Riedinger, Miss Winter, Mr. Zulauf. Second Row-Dean Barrett, Marguerite Schindler, Hazel Miller, Virtue Winter, Wilbur Kuenzli, Bernadine Schwartzkopf, Kathryn Klinger, Rollie Hite. First Row-Paul Suter, Edith Larick, Maurine Smith, Hoover Blair, Anna Jane Miller, Flossie Chatlain, Dorothy Miller, Judson Lininger. After the team was chosen, and the pictures for the Annual were taken Kathryn Klinger resigned. Hoover Blair was selected to take her place. For this reason his picture is not shown with the team. OFFICERS OF LINCOLN DEBATING TEAM President ............................. Anna Jane Miller Vice President ..... Bernadine Schwartzkopf Secretary-Treasurer . . . ............ . Edith Larick Page Forty-ni 4 i L- V7 -- f I , i-ww' ' ,i Fr vi wh? Q A 4 fx . . - -- 2 i M . " at I a,,,,, g'M"r weary - it ., 1? em, I S S 'M' M--We it flivgeew, F1'55i'55 filziw i fi' 1' afar ' y :Wx ff-- M, NWN BMW-w' 1-ifigsiieg-sim, ef Q " 4 i- K A z,iX,sf1.ei,f,i.,W h-,, W ,,,3,m,-.g-H ,,,, ' . , , . H f, f, . , - U lm. 1,21 Htgwgrmi ' 'wwe 152'-gff' fi, ,j it ft! i5 -if -'M - ' g .w.m,,,,,, '- - W W '- - ... , , JJJJ, 4 iiiii J, ,.. E f' . . - . . - ,ng3g,,Q,1, M, Al"FllUIATIYl+l It is uothllng against you to fall down, but to lie there, that is disgracefi Flossie Uhatlain, "t'ote." First Swpeaker. She likes to argue, but you cant con- vince her. "A quick thinker, who seasons her words well with the spices of argument." Hoover Blair, "Blain" Second Speaker. He made a never-toebe-forgotten record for Himself in the county debate. His delivery was excellent. Thy tongue would stir half a world." Virtue Winter, "Pegg" Third Speaker. Her voice is low, an excellent quality in a debate. She worked hard. Discretion in speech is more than elo- Qll6l'iC9.', Dean Barrett, "Rev," Alternate and Captain. A clear thinker, wfith the brains. Your reasoning power, my friend, will al- ways help you in the end." Maurine Smith, "Shorty." Alternate. She worked hard to win, and never failed to be on the spot when needed. "lt debating be the food of life, speak on." if Page Fifty NEG ATIYH "They conquer, who think they can." Wilbur Kuenzle. First Speaker. Farey took notice when Wib gave his relbuttal. A convincing debater. "Deep versed in books, and great in argu- ments." Marguerite Schindler, "Maggie" Se-cond Slpeaker. Her second year on the team. She will be able to win the cup by her- self next year at the rate she is going now. My mind 'is my kingdom." Anna Jane Miller, "C'll1illd," Caiptain. Third Speaker. A quick thinker, determined to win. Our team would be incomplete with- out her, Determination, grit, and nerve as all op- posing teams observe." Edith Larick, "Ed!ie." Alternate. A promising debater for next year. One who is not careless in deed, confused in thought, or rambling in words." Dorothy Miller, "Dot." Alternate. She is El convincing debater. "Win by brain, rather than by brawnf' .5v3g5,T:- 5 353512:-A-Wfxlnzxwf --rf f H-yy rf 'W my-"'M""' '-" W xr: ,, :y Y , T K it twvremwi 7 V' F' ' . - , A ' , I xt, 1 , ' H ' we Ms - .. ,,.. V .l -, , - - . Q, -I 1 1, 4 DEB ATI -W G The Lincoln Debating Club was organized in 1923 by several of the teachers and some of the enthusiastic debaters of the High School at that time. The primary purpose of this organization was to prepare the members for the county debate, and also to develop the art of public speaking, to encourage the use of better English and to keep pace with the current events of the day. The membership may vary from sixteen to twenty. The members are chosen in a very impartial manner, and the last year the faculty were the judges. The club upholds the highest of standards. An average of eighty per cent is necessary for admittance and likewise for a place on the county team. Monthly meetings are held at which different members clash in most interesting debates. Talks and extemporaneous speeches also add to our training. The service and help that the faculty members have rendered to the club cannot be spoken of lightly. They were invariably present at the meet- ings, always offering their help wherever they were needed, and acting as judges and critics. Their untiring efforts and cooperation added to the success of the club. On the evening of March 19, Wilbur Kuenzli, Marguerite Schindler, Anna Jane Miller and Edith Larick falternatel traveled to Carey to con- tend that the "Philippine Islands should not be given their independence in 1926". We were victorious, but luck was against us at home, where we clashed with Sycamore. The affirmative team, composed of Flossie Chat- lain, Hoover Blair, Virtue Winter and Dean Barrett falternatel, did their very best but unfortunately the decision went the other way. However we feel our time was very well spent and we acquired a great deal from the experience of debating. Mr. Rutter, the official coach, should be heartily congratulated for his commendable coaching. He was assisted in' the work by Miss Milligan and Miss Winter. Page F fty fvpa gz .. ,.. -W..-e 1 U: 1- w..mf ...1m,, ,- 1,-g:T1g ' f K ,.', . , . T ' ' " -. '- MEL, '1 '1f::1Q'.",,Q 7Vf""fff?'z -. . K -n j, - . ""' . rf 6' we" ,tr 'xii V, Sym: WWW' A mrs.. X. . A pg 'f 4'fV 5 , ' ,,'- T"T - fwf r... . .44 A' ff- .xy fifrfl We , . f A K ' K' - ' . Sw, ,I , - ' A i . .,,... A i g Lf." M. f 1.N.s.'1 . - ,..g,' A . ,,,. , .,.. , ,,,... W,....,...Mm,u .a..,,W-Nami, . f M W GIRLS' RESERVE AND BOYS' Hi-Y Top Row-Wilbur Kuenzli, Paul Suter, Judson Lininger, Andrew Kuenzli, Everett Kellogg, Myers Jacobs. Front Row--Edith Larick, Delight Smith, Velma McLaughlin, Tressa Swartz, Ruby Hans, Anna Jane Miller. Mr. A. G. McQuate, the county Y. M. C. A. secretary, in cooperation with Mr. Rutter was responsible for the organization of the Boys' Hi-Y and Girls' Reserve at Nevada. Six boys and six girls of high moral standing were chosen from the High School by Mr. Rutter to carry out the splendid program of these organizations. The groups have not grown in number, but the spirit and the work that has been accomplished is very creditable to these boys and girls. It has also established a firm stepping-stone for greater and larger things in the future. The purpose of having such an organization in our High School was: To produce the right kind of leadership, To develop among the high school students a high type of moralityg To encourage the right kind of school activities among students, And to support the faculty in directing our High School life. Our school should help build the character of students as well as train the boys and girls to be mental geniuses. For these reasons the boys Hi-Y and girls' Reserve were organized. Meetings of these groups were held frequently, and were devoted to informal discussions of problems of high school students. P 1 F fty-two QQ . .. .M ,, ,,.m.,,---..?26m f i H1f2 i ', 3 " .. .. ,.., , . . "WN V. V 'Ulf 'T " 1: 1-, fmf 'L' T .A ' ' Was.. V M 5" ish' Ni: WW . tw ' . :frm M' s 1- - 1- f -' V .. M - T. .. V. f- it Ea , L . W is as . . W an . . s S gf n eg, ,i,,,,,,, - 'm'f'smM...,, .. , f WH H' .-.Swat . WML fx' Ur ' 42' ' 'QM' saws MM""' ' ' ' nw l ' ' Q v W m..,.f.K elW. . di, 5 M.. , Mgr -... -V 'Y' OUR COACHES BOYS' coAcH And last, but by no means least, Coach Zulauf. Mr. Zulauf deserves the entire credit for developing a winning team this year. It was due to his efforts and coaching that Nevada was enabled to play through the season with marked success, and to win second place in the County Tour- nament. He always holds the respect and good will of the team and the fans of the community. "Good luck to him". The team wishes to thank the fans and peoplc of the community for their fine patronage and support. They wish especially to thank the public- spirited men who made possible the new floor. It is a wonderful aid to a team to know that the town is back of them as Nevada is back of them. Our team has very bright prospects for the future, six of the team re- turning for next year. Hurrah for the Boys' Basket Ball Team! -WILBUR KUENZLI GIRLS' COACH The Nevada Girls' Basket Ball team has had what you might call hard luck this year. Although we can say it is not due to the coaching. Our coach, Miss Clark, trained the team and always told us to abide by our pledge that we had signed. Miss Clark worked with the team and taught them many new plays. The team wishes to use this small space to thank Miss Clark for her time and kindness toward us. We only hope that she will be with us next year to help the team once more. The Girls' Basket Ball team was practically new and did not under- stand each others' plays. The same team will appear next year except one. We want to assure the people that Nevada girls will place their town on the map next year. We wish to thank the executive committee for purchasing our new suits, the people of Nevada for their support, and all the men who did any- thing towards putting the new floor in the gymnasium, which has aided us greatly. Hurrah for the Girls' Basket Ball Team! -BERNADINE SCHWARTZKOPF Page F fty eh . ATHLETIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Back Row, Left to Right-Judson Lininger, Rollie Hite, Mr. Rutter. Sitting--Myers Jacobs, Maurine Smith, Mr. Zulauf, Bernadine Schwartz- liopf. The purpose of this committee is to regulate the financial part of the Athletic Association of Nevada High School. Also to see that the differ- ent teams are supplied witn the right kind and best equipment. This committee was chosen by the High School pupils. Myers Jacobs was chosen as boys' manager, while Bernadine Schwartzkopf was chosen as girls' manager. Judson Lininger, Maurine Smith and Rollie Hite were elected as advisors of athletics, also including Coach Zulauf and Professor Rutter. Two officers we1'e chosen by the committee. The chairman, J. B. Zulauf, to call the necessary meetings and preside at the meetingsg Mau- rine Smith to act as secretary and treasurer during the meetings. This year the committee purchased nine new basket ball suits for the girls' team, also other equipment that was necessary for athletics. Page Fifty-four at r l l RE it 'W i l W i i i Mif it , 7' H iroiii Ll riir i o 4 44 , lM,, s ,g,,g,,a11f.g,a,1,,QM-....r...-l..l.-.11ffg.--l.l. .,. s ll is BASEBALL TEAM Top Row-Judson Lininger, Robert Frost, Ira Swartz, Dean Barrett, Mr. Zulauf tCoachl, Cecil Bash, Clair Keller, George Eckert, Wilbur Kuenzli. Front Row-Raymon Cronice, Max Zeigler, Myers Jacobs, Rollie Hite, Vernon Ratz. The type of High School baseball in the last season has been changed in Wyandot County from the regular game to playground ball. The Nevada squad was handicapped, due to the newness of the game at this school. Notwithstanding this disadvantage we were able to pro- duce a fair showing among other schools in the county. Coach Zulauf, looking into the future, has been training the lower grades in order to keep up our standard as an athletic school. We all know Nevada has a high standard to live up to. Page Fifty-five 3, V q, Q i 1 'V'-1 N 1, ,, . A X 1' BOYS' BASKET BALL TEAM Page Fifty Top Row-Wilbur Kuenzli, Rollie Hite, Dean Barrett, Mr. Zulauf CCoachD Middle Row-Cecil Bash, Mitchell Foster, Myers Jacobs. Bottom Row-Judson Lininger, Milton Gucker. Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada -six GAMES AT HOME . . ...... 15 Marseilles .... . . . 12 .. ... 18 Alumni ........ .. 12 . . . , . 10 Eden Center .... . . . 13 .. ...22 Tiro ........... 7 . . . . . 20 Sycamore .......... 16 . . . . . 15 Upper Sandusky . . 23 . . . . . 28 McCutchenville . . . . . . 7 . . ...... 23 Wharton ....... . . . 21 GAMES ABROAD . . .... 12 Mt. Zion .... . . 2.3 .. 8 Wharton... 7 .. ... 10 Carey ....... ... 17 .. ...14 Tiro ........... ...22 . . . . . 20 Eden Center . . . . . . 25 ,ful K f ywyfgzyfm fx . .iii eil' if eff .mffxawgaea K la .wr y we A - .,....... . f- ' f'- - ' f:....,',v, , , 4 , LT' ' S ' vi' - will Hgh? M -V - ' 1 f ' Q -- aw ' P A, - I . .,.. . " i ' '- . , g " BOYS' BASKET BALL TEAM MITCHELL FOSTER- "Mitch," our star forward. is one of the best players ever turned out by N. H. S. Attained the honor of getting on the mythical All-County Basket Ball Team. He will be back to lead us to victory again next year. JUDSON LININGER- "Juddy" is our left forward. A fast, hard player in the game every minute. Many a time he and "Mitch" have dribbled and passed through their opponents' defense. He will play for Nevada two more years. MYERS JACOBS- "Jake" is the mainstay of our team. He is the fastest and best center in the county, and was also placed on the All-County Team. Breaking up a defense and long shots are his specialties. Another year for "Jake". MILTON GUCKER- "Guck" is a Junior and plays left guard. A forward has a mighty big job when he tries to slip past "Guck". He often tosses a bucket from the center of the floor. CECIL BASH- "Bash" made a name for himself by his fine guarding in the tourna- ment. He plays either guard or forward and is an unerring shot. "Bash" is a Sophomore this year. ROLLIE HITE- "Hite" broke into many games this year because of his ability as a standing guard. "Hite" had the most "beef" of any man on the squad and he made good use of it. Nevada will miss him from their line-up next year. DEAN BARRETT- . "Dean", our substitute forward, made the opposition appear silly by his ease of penetrating the opponents' defense. He is a valuable man on any team and will be missed next year. WILBUR KUENZLI- . ."Wib", another Sophomore, is noted for his steady guarding and heady playing. Showed up well when placed in the lineup. Page F fty Q E W ..,., , ,..,... , ,..,M,..-,,,,A-,,,,,v,,,,,.,,,.,...Y.....,-,,,,..-, 2? fn e e FFFZEWT GIRLS, BASKET BALL TEAM Top Row-Miss Clark fCoachJ, Hildred Schvvartzkopf, Eunice Fox Col leeu Golling. 'Middle Row-Lavere Healy, Virtue Winter, Maurine Smith Front Row - Dorothy Miller, Bernadine Schwartzkopf Marvuerite Page Fifty-eight Schindler. Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada Nevada GAMESATHOME 7 Upper Sandusky . . . . . . . 32 McCutchenville . ...17 Wharton...... 6 Eden......... GAMESABROAD ...1O Eden.... 1 Carey....... ...15 Wharton.... . , . , . ,. ,,. .,,,. .. , . - v . , - f f- - W7-at gym! V7 VJ V - ., ,,,, . . -X , I , g L L' , .. .. M' M TP' ww' ' . 1 'X ' -"W, at 2. X Q J . ' ' v 7 ??S?f'f'5i5t:s:'s+ff4............. T HMFKQ , ., f 'TTS "fiW'1" Q ,S nf' ..,. f . 1-sn., sw i f gay gywisflxfis-g.fg J. 'gqglj I W. Ls L X iv - H54 GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM DOROTHY MILLER- "Dot" is our star forward. Her aim is to get the ball and make baskets. "Dot" is small, but mighty. Two more years for "Dot". ERNESTINE MASKEY- "Ernie" is our other forward. She has often put the ball through the basket for the team. "Ernie" is a Junior this year. HILDRED SCHWARTZKOPF- "Hoodie" is our jumping center. She is always there to get the ball. The team will have "Hoodie" three more years. MAURINE SMITH- "Shorty" is our left guard. A forward has a difficult time to make baskets when they meet "Shorty." She is a Sophomore. COLLEEN GOLLING- "Coke" is our center guard. She aims to get the ball and check the opponents' baskets. Two more years for "Coke". BERNADINE SCHWARTZKOPF- "Bernie" the only Senior of the team and our right guard. One upon whom we can depend as playing the right game. Nevada will miss "Bernie" from the basket ball field. EUNICE FOX- "Eunie" is our substitute center. She proved to be a good basket ball player in the tournament. Two more years for "Eunie". LaVERE1 HEALY- "Bllerie" is our best substitute forward. She was always willing to aid the team. "Bl1erie" is a Sophomore. VIRTUE WINTER- "Char1ie" is our substitute forward. She has helped the team many times in a game. One more year for "Charlie". ROSAMOND ECKLEBERRY- "Rosy" is our substitute guard. She gave the team good help this year. "Rosy" has three more years for basket ball. WINONA KELLER- a "Bobbie" is our substitute forward. She is always willing to help the team. Three more years for "Bobbie", MARY TROUTMAN- "Betsy" is our substitute guard. She has helped the team in many ways. "Betsy" is a Senior this year. X Page Fifty-nin . . figfiimwzi Q M . , H .,.,. .. ...wg .. ,, . . .,,... ... ,. , a s ., , Akyqi .,,. iiiyk M . . - V , Y- X- - M - vs. .- fm ' . . . A . 1-fr i.. x ii i V , ..wm:-fa .f. A i ss A it ,- 2- w w . - ' ' , .. ' ' ' .. . C' ' "" 7 . " . A . " K A . 1 " if .5 if 0 B' 4 . ew fw CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 7-School begins. Labor Day picnic. 8-We get acquainted. 10-11--School closed for the county fair. 14-Students re-seated in assembly. 15-Velma and Delight are surprised when they are rampaging the piano and Mr. Zulauf appears on the scene. 17-Delight and Hoover elected High School cheer leaders. 18-Baseball game called off on account of rain. 21-Try-out for glee clubs. 22-Baseball-Freshies vs. Juniors. First fire drill. 23-Baseball-Sophs vs. Seniors. 24-Selection of Lyceum Course committee. 25-Physical culture under the direction of Capt. Eddie. 28-New schedule goes into effect. 29-New discipline laws. 30-Closing of Lyceum contest. Juniors the winners. OCTOBER 2-Captain Eddie present. Took exercises in assembly on account of rain. 5-Edith L. elected news reporter. 6-Seniors look for rings but do not decide on any. 7--Biology class takes hike. 8-Listen to world's baseball series over radio. 9-Receive our grade cards for first month. 13--Baseball with Eden. 14-Biology class experiments with snakes. 15-Listen to World's Series. 21-Mr. Grove visits school. 22-Mr. Snyder tells us some interesting stories. 23-Decide to publish another volume of Reflector. High School mas- querade party at gymnasium. 26-Athletic committees and managers elected. 30-Teachers' Institute. No school. NOVEMBER 2--Farm Bureau meeting in High School building. 3-Girls' Glee Club elects officers. 4-Miss Reidinger told Charles K. he should belong to the Ladies' Aid Society. 6-Boys practice for basket ball tournaent. Clnter-class.J 12-Begin operetta practice. 17-Athletic contest begins. Page Sixty .:f.... . . ' wt. ..1ffMa,.m.m A Ma , . .LM-W. ,wN......- .f,- Z1 ,, k,L4- .gg A. W Q A We A K RWMWMYL KVLQQ gas QW W . , 'mi ml, ,:.,,- slliswf N' Q M", V m...,,A,,. wavilfti' . Sirk" if ie .. f ' ,. xiii-'W . if 't -' " gin? . K' lv' lwfs i itffsflil xii! 5 - , 'ff - ' I -QLL " " at X P" -if Ji" ' A 'M ml 'W' . Q -v . ,. "fb: 1 " .. .-p- 'f i ... i V, , 1- - , ff H CALENDAR 19-Rapid fire test in history. 21-Reflector staff elected. 26-27 Thanksgiving vacation. 30-First literary program. 'ATQTT U10 5.5 QCD 0259+ P1 E-sw 2:5 mn. 1-7-CD Os Ea 4'-4 mm E-5 af' U egg CD mg tg 1-r-N 3 me ws: UU SEM .Zi ps: CD Q '1 FD rf' 5' CD E UQ rr Q S O Sl Many join Harmonica club. -Girls disappointed because their boy friends can't take them to the basket ball games. Rev. Allen gave address on "Concentration," 8-L. D. C. at Anna Jane's. 9-All show effects of being at the party last night. 10-Junior boys go to Wyandot to play but "don't." 16-Hot arguments at Staff meeting. 17-High School boys are worrying Where they will get their dates as college boys are home. 18-Basket ball at Wharton. 19-College visitors. 22-Grade program at opera house. 23-Tests. 24-Christmas program. 24-Jan. 4-Vacation. QI I JANUARY 4-New Year's program and resolutions. - 5-Miss Reidinger: "Gordon, name the dairy products." Gordon: "Swiss watches." 6-Arrangements made for better lunch room. 7-Minstrel parts assigned. 8-Pictures taken for the Annual. 9-Entertained by Mr. McQuate. 10-Schick and achievement tests. 13-Homer F. said in biology that the skull was a hollow cavity. We agreed his must be. 14-Everett doesn't enjoy results of last night's coasting party. 19-Junior class play. 20-Debating club tries for team. 21-Operetta and minstrel rehearsal. 22-Part of debating team announced. 26-Mr. Rutter in economics: "If We weren't so confounded dumb We could study all the social sciences together." Page S muf f -ww' if ...uw-""-'ff ff-H -- ' 4 "' fa. V. .. .,,.,.L ., ., ., x V :J W' W-v' X- i Ms' 47' 7 af. . 9. M as ,, ' . fy Q A , ,.:..,. a..l...s. gk f 1' V- f :1 ' 8. -- or '-Kk . V' -. -v-- J- V - g gf . .. -. ,wvtsf I-if 1 7- ' 1 -s , 4 " " . P M ' ""W",. Y iii-.313-5-'S21 1 fp' ' ' 6 I ,s C A LE N D A R FEBRUARY 1-Marguerite shows the effects of the night before. 2 -Minstrel given and a success. 3-Mr. Rutter thinks some of the people should have left part of their minstrel make-up at home, this morning. 7-Seniors are showing off their rings. 8-Debate team goes to Tiffin. 10-High School goes to Institute. 11-School faculty give "Mother Mine." 15-Mr. Rutter finds boys up town without permission. 16-Miss Bright's birthday. 19-Debate team went to Bucyrus to get material for county debate. Teams also had pictures taken. Last B. B. game. 22-Washington program. 23-Milton was informed that the assembly wasn't going to be used for a Pullman sleeper. 24-Tests. 26-27-Boys' basket ball tournament. MARCH 4-Flossie, Anna Jane and Delight represented our High School on the Upper Sandusky Musical Program. 5-6-Girls' basket ball tournament. 12-Basket ball boys play at Lima. 19-County debate, the negatives won. APRIL 6-Operetta "Gypsy Rover." MAY 16-Baccalaureate. 18-Senior class play. 20-Commencement. 21-Last day of school. Sixty-two ' "L' Q' "'XLL "2-" bf ,I" A Y - - H . ,QW . .ie . ---V Q . W F24 ,ffvimklfiggwf iiK fi "" .lim , w W'W W t 5 I' A .X.. ,lf , ,.,, Wg W., W ,L a I ' '--- " ' 'auf M, Q 4 H 2 26 ALUMNI 1882 Grace Shay, Chicago, Il-l. 1883 Ida Pease-Young, Detroit, Mich. 1884 Gertrude Young-McDowell, Continental, O. Margie Smythe-Wells, Santa Barlbara, Cal. Esther Agnew-Goodting, Deceased, 1885 Nellie Hopp-Coon, Nevada, Ohio Fred Gregg, University Place, Ne'b. 1886 Tillie Klinger-Woods, Delfphos, Ohio Orpha Todd-Critchfield, Akron, Ohio Agnes Pfisterer, East Liverlpo-ol, Ohio 1887 Nora Lambright-Wirebaugh, Deceased Victor Knapp, Nevada, Ohio Harry Huston, Deceased Uillie Muchellksnaxus-Karb, Mansfield, O. 1888 William Balliet, Mansfield, Ohio Jessie Scott-Millls, Toledo, Ohio Marie Agnew, Deceased Ella Kieffer, Deceased Mattie Russel, Deceased 1889 Elva Cook-Easley, Riverside, Cal. Nor-by Lea, Bucyrus. Ohio Hattie Pease-Hale, Detroit, Mich. 1890 Esther Scott-Drake, Deceased Winnie Todd-Womer, Deceased Minor Keltner, Lima, Ohio Tillie Lidle-Smythe, Chicago, Ill. James Henncssey, Decealsed 1891 Millie Hughey, Deceased I-Iarry Goodibread, Cleveland, Ohio Edmund Tompkins, Deceased Clarence McCauley, Deceased ' 1892 Biua Beaver-Barrett, Nevada, Ohio Cu-ba Myers-Pfisterer, Nevada, Ohio Mabel Todd-Hilborn, Shelby, Ohio Fred Tompkins, Rocky River, Ohio Adrian Aten, McCfutchenvil1e, Ohio Thomas Aten, North Olmstead, Ohio 1893 Minnie McDermott-Farrell, Lima, Ohio Maude Hughey-Holland, Up. Sandusky, O. 1894 Lettie Fraise-Miller, Deceased Mertie Miller-Lahr, Nevada, Ohio Frank Masters, Defiance, Ohio Homer Woo'lsey, Banberton, Ohio Frank Morris, Chicago, Ill. 1895 Sue Frnlise, Riverside, Cal. 1896 William Williams, Aurora, Ill. Lillie Williams, Montpelier, Vermont Maggie Mattimore-Messmer, Detroit, Mich. Gladys Morris, lfhiicago, lll. Gertrude Haiuff-Mahley, Deceased 1897 Donna Souder-Goodbread, Cleveland, Ohio Benjamin Blaser, Cleveland, Ohio Henry Traxler, Nevada, onioi James Grove, Upper Sandusky, Ohio Fred Ritterspach, Brighton, Colorado Charles Aten, Spokane, Washington Seley La Dow, Sylvania, Ohio 1898 Josephine Hennessey, Deceased Nellie Hennessey-Douglas, Lincoln, Neb. Georgia Ritz-Swartz, Belle Flofwer, Cal. Mamie McHugh, Deceased May Alban-Hinkle, Deceased Lucille Gillam-Kna-pp, Nevada., Ohio Albert Pfisterer, Fremont, Ohio Ross Hagerman, Nevada, Oluio Robert Williams, Montpelier, Vermont Page Sixty three M1 ' . . . . ,W "' - .,,, ,P --" L 32 r 'K A A 1, f . . 1. ' f i' Wei? 2 e . L, ..,i o. ,,g7'?"' . .5 M! it at 'emu ALUMNI 1899 Myrtle Aten, Deceased Nina Blair-Ritterspach, Brighton, Colo. Clara Coon-Hudson, Toledo, Ohio Gratia Sawyer-Anderson, Chicago, Ill. Lela Smith-Kent, Erie, Pa. Eldon Dolheer, St. Louis, Mo. 1900 Bess Gillam-Ricker, Bucyrus, Ohio Bessie Hauff-Flock, Uipper Sandusky, O. Bessie Dilley, Pasadena, Cal. Cora Markley-Lea, MoC'utchenville, Ohio Abbie McCarty, Tiffin, Ohio Lessie Masters, Antwerp, Ohio Harry Burke, Indianapolis, Ind. Will Grove, Nevada, O'hio John Hauff, Kendalville, Ind. Alonzo Miller, Nevada, Ohio Arthur Pfisterer, Bucyruls, Ohio 1901 Ailfplra Caldwell-Hlilborn, Deceased Della Swartz, Deceased Raynor Dolbeer, Slpringfield, Ohio 1902 Charles Burns. Deceased Richard Cosgrove, Lemert, Ohlio Gertrude Kinzly-Orwiller, Nevada, Ohio Irene Pfisterer, Mare Island, Cal. Velma Van Natta-Fell, St. Marys, Ohio Valeria Rittersipach-La Dow, Colum'bus, O. 1903 James Smalley, Nevada, Ohio Daisy Morris, Los Angeles, Cal. Louis McLaughlin, Detroit, lvllich. Goldie Hughey-Fritchie, Up. Sandusky, O. Ray Kauble, Brockton, Mass. Grace Beiter, Buffalo, N. Y. 1904 Althea WilliamseSoh'wartzkopf, Nevada, Delta Ecrkert-Golling, Sycamore, Ohio Nelson Kinzly, Nashville, Tenn. Rita Kinzly-Wilcox, Mt. Zion, Ohio Flora Gregg-Burt, Calienta, Nevada Lillian Morris-Bradbury, San Francisco, Cal. O. Page Sixty-four 1905 Ethel Grove-Welch, Marion, Ohio Grover Traxler. Wharton, Ohio Archie Johnson, Atlanta, Georgia 1906 Maherlle Albert-Kinzly, San Pedro, Cal. Ethel Albert-Gauss, San Pedro, Cal. Bernice Armstrong-Armstrong, Deceased Della Sutcr-Swartz, Marion, Oihio Carl Anderson, Morton., Pa. Sherman Anderson, Mt. Vernon, Ohio Harry Martin, Santa Ana, Cal. Beatrice Young-Riley, St. Petersburg, Fla. 1907 Alice Ku.enzl!i-Benson, Nevada, Ohio Kathryn Irmer-Mather, Evanston, Ill. Ross Kinzlly, St. Petersburg, Fla. Robert Blair, Bucyrus, Ohio Fraude Brown-Deyo, Newark, Ohio Cora Lilley-M'cD'ad1e, Pasadena, Cal. ' 1908 Ruth B. Kuenzli. Findlay, Ohio Rhea Rittersipach, Cleveland, Ohio Bernice Lamtbright-Traulb. Columbus, O. Blanche Kissling-Larick, Nevada, O'hio Charles Spayth, Norfolk. Ohio Floyd Wynkoop, Youngstown, Oh'io 1909 Rhea Golling-Jacobs, Nevada, Ohio Edith Kunezli-Coons, Nervalda, Ohio Rhue WilcoxeSwartz, Nevada, O'hio Rollin Swartz, Nevada, Ohio Charles Coons, N'6fY3ld3., Ohio Clyde Riley, St. Pfete-nshurg, Fla. Ralph Wyrnkoop, Deceased 1910 Helen Johnson, Tulsa, Oklahoma Rollin Turney, Peoria, Ill. Bonnie McLaughlin-Dan, Colum'bus, Fred Traxler, Wharton, Ohlio Fred Baublitz, Wauchtula, Fla. Carleton Lilley, Pasadena, Cal. 0. V , fin , f--, - - -"' --1 r-:rf ,L ig . , -rl : ,I ID: I! 'I WW' w mgw ilo My "' 'W 'N' A 'W bp, ww. 7 2 ,-l n ,, .. , lf H4 " fm ew, -' ii' -. ' WE' 'ik M 1-sf s'i,.-fi?" :"??i 7' ' Lf if M. - . sit , . , 'V 2' an I " fb -- vf . .:"?'i'HfZ-ai' V. wygii' a,v,L'.2ts, H ffffl' .l.f'W l ,, mf Q at l W , we ALUMNI 1911 lReturne-d for Latinj Bonnie McLaughlin-Dan, Columbus, O. Fred Baublitz, Wauchula, Fla. Rollin Turney, Peoria, Ill. Rollin Swartz, Nevada, Ohio Rhue Wilcox-Swantz, Nevada, Ohio Rhea Ritterspach, Cleveland, Ohio 1912 Ralph Young, Washington, D. C. Wayne Palmer, Greenville, Ohio Fernis Brown, Columbus, Ohio Alleta Bowers-Smith, Columbus, Ohio Elizalbeth Bawblitz, Seattle, Wash. Harold Johnson, Tucson, Arizona Cudahey Kinsey, St, Peftersburg, Fla. Walter Abnett, Bucyrus, Ohio 1913 Raymond McLaughlin, Nevada, Ohio Russell Traxler, Nevada, Ohio Byron Turney, Fort Wayne, Ind. Ross McBeth, Columbus, Ohio Geneva Kinzly-Kinsey, St. Peters'bur'g, Fla. Ralph Ankrum, Cleveland, Ohio Stanley Gingery, Columbus, Ohio Hazel Martin-Farahay, Bucryrusl, Ohlio Lela Brown-Boucher, Nevada, Ohio Marion Armstrong-Berkley, Nevada, Ohio Hazel Krichbaum-Wolverton, Newton Lower Falls, Mlass Iv'a. Garten-Kent, Bu-cyrus, Ohio Iva Smalley-Kaiser, Nevada, Ohio 1911 Ralph Johnson, Nevada, Ohio Paul Wolverton, Akron, Ohio Un-ola Beaver-Young, Kinby, Ohio Esther Wilcox-Kuenzli, Slpringfielld, Ohio Lester Kuenzlti, Nevada. Ohio George Wolverton, Newton Lower Falls, Mass. 1915 Jean Golling, Nevada, Ohio Esther Kuenzli-Dobbins, Bucyrus, Ohio Helen Stuckey-Webster, Columbus, Ohio Gladys Armstrong-Kuenzli, Nevada, Ohio Irvin louenzli, Springfield, Ohio Allen Wyncoop, Youngstown, Ohio XValdo Keiehbaum, Nevada, Ohio 1916 Carey Barrett, Cleveland, Ohio Mary Barrett, Bellefontaine, Ohio William Creger, Chicago, Ill. Opal Alfbright-Ankrum, Cleveland, Ohio Kamhleen Carr, Nevada, Ohio Harry Garrigues, Nevada, Ohio Jamie Johnson, Atlanta, Georgia Hubert Creger, Up-per Sandusky. Ohio 1917 Imo McLau,ghlin-Hathaway, Danville, Pa. Maxine Pfisterer. Nevada, Ohio Fred Rapipi, Monroe, Mlich. Ogden Wolfe, Nevada, Ohio Ruth Wolde-rton, Akron, Ohio Mabel Bresby-Masters, Bucyrus, Ohio Basill Carr, Nevada, Ohio Brian Hilborn, Bucyrus, Ohio Paul Croneis, Chicago, Ill. Rowena Bretz, Brush Ridge, Ohio 1918 Mona Maskey-Carle, Deceased Irene Hilborn, Bucyrus, Ohio Bernice Lariok-Christiansen, Ada, Ohio Elslie Palmer, Los Angeles, Cal. Robert Grove, Marion, Ohio Dwight Gingerfy, Columbus, Ohio Isabelle Dwire, Bucyrus, Ohio Florence SnodgrassaClinger, Upper Sandnslky, Ohio Virgil Masters, Bucyrus, Ohio Estella Klink, Bucyrus. Ohio Ross Martin, Fostoria, Ohio 1919 Isabelle Elckert-Tivenen, Akron, Ohio Robert Knapp, Cleveland, Ohio Carl Weidenmire, Philadelphia, Pa. Cameron Williams, Columbus, Ohio Allen Baublitz, Nevada, Ohio Marjorie Wolfe-Swartz, Nevada, Ohio Edward Young, Mansfield, Ohio Fern Imler-Walton, Upiper Sandusky, Ohio Page Sixty five ' 'H .2..f?fW-H nt .l , , , elif P Q., 1. , 'h m - , R V Min , , f 1 f v , -" t -1 5 3 QQ, gi, gg as af' W . ""h1"' C. '-:riff-'ff'mywar:-Le:I""'if' . .- . IL .,.,, .- , i J N isa' Jiriiw-W YM ALUMNI 1920 Carl Johnson, Atlanta, Ga. Arthur Barrett, Cleveland, Ohio Alene Mahley-Schenk, Nevada, Ohio Maurice Guthrie, Lafayette, Ohio David Creger, Nevada, Ohio Wayne Young, Mansfield, Ohio Bernice Winter, Nevada, Ohio Blanche Stinemetz, Akron, Ohio Helen Miller, Nevada., Ohio Vera. Ehmaun, Nevada, Ohio Arthur Snodgrass, Nevada, Ohio Id-el Blair-Wilson, Kn-ok, Pa. Thelma Golling, Nevada, Ohio 1921 Irene Bolyard-Steinhilher, Nevada, Olrio Ruth McLaughlin, Fort Wayne, Ind. Orland Maskefy, Sebrinlg, Fla. Creston Roth, Lansing, Mioh. Wlaalter 'Burney Harpster, Ohio John Hahn, Buicyrus, Ohio Henry Schilling, Upper Sandusky, Ohio 1922 Winona Beamer-Mahley, Nevada, Ohio Gall DeJ.ean-Hill, Nevada, Ohio Eleanor Hollett, Nevfada, Ohio Emma Fry, Chicago, Ill. Fay McLaughlin, Welch, W, Va. Ruth Stinemetz, Buoyrus, Ohio Roma Swartz, Nevada, Ohio Elsie S-teinhiliber, Bucyrus, Ohio Bernice Kuenzli, Ulpaper Sandusky, Ohio 1923 Wilbur Rider, Bloomdale, Ohio Winona Shealffer-DeJean, Nevada, Ohio Mildred Watts-Sebring, Nevada, Ohio Frederick Kuenzli, Springfield, Ohlio Homer Kuenzli, Springfield, Ohio Lyell Williams, Coliumlbiws, Ohio Colonel Hahn, Mansfield, Ohio Arthur Mahley, Nevada, Ohio Gertrude Roth-Green, Nevada, Ohio Arthur Orewiler, Chicago, Ill. Paul Eckert, Marion, Ohio Esther Fallor, Columbus, Ohio James Woxner, Marion, Ohio Page Sixty-six 1924 Milton Barrett, S-piringiield, Ohio Mary Markley, Buicyrus, Ohio Eugene Rider, Bloomdale, Ohio Pauline Bachtell, Nevada, Ohio Merrill Turnefy, Nevada, Ohio Miriam Failor, Columbus, Ohio Charles Barrett, Nevada, Ohio .Tuanlita Burwell, Bowling Green, Ohio Monniett Smi-th, Delarwalre, Ohio Viola McLaughlin-Ehrhart, Upper Sandusky, Ohio William Graetz, Bucyrus, Ohio Mildred McBeth, Nevada, Ohio Velmer DeJean, Nevada, Ohio Marguerite Bolyard, Buscyrus, Ohio Vance McLaughlin, Nevada, Ohio Marie Wyss-Reed, Bucyrus, Ohio Robert Jacobs., Nevada, Ohio Blanche Balliet, Nevada, Ohio 1925 Curtis Kuenzli, Nevada, Ohio Geraldine Graham, Bowling Green, Ohio Martha Burwell, Bomwllng Green, Ohio Byron Lininger, Springfield, Ohio Margarete Gerber, Columibus, Ohio William Roth, Nevada, Ohio Luella Eckleberry, Bucyrus, Ohio Harold Suter, Nevada, Ohtlo Geraldine Fox-Carr, Nevada., Ohio Dorothy M. Miller, Tiffin, Ohio Thad Kuenzli, Columbus, Ohio Gwendolyn B. Schwarltzkopif, Massillon, O Robert Winter, Springfield, Ohio Velma. Swartz, Carey, Ohio Norma Swartz, Nevada, Ohio Leo Keller, Nevada, Ohio Dorothy Smith, Bowling Green, Ohio Ronald Golling, Columlhus, Ohio Edith Corfmian, Upper Sandusky, Ohio , n. A ...., N .in '-fmifqk mv g, X ' I 'L .-Q, 'P-1 1, , W ,Q 41 K .3 , ' 99" if V 5 if ' ., sf 52 V Q f :lv ' ., , ix ' Mmm 4 "THE MOST USEFUL EDUCATION IS THE ONE YOU GET THROUGH YOUR EFFORTS TO MAKE A LIVING" The Nevada Deposit Bank NEVADA, OHIO Urges every young man and woman, regardless of the occupation chosen, to have a bank account. only a business education in itself but convenience, which enables every man to manage a business for himself or a systematic and economical manner. It is not a business or woman herself in THE NEVADA DEPOSIT BANK NEVADA, oHIo 'GGJPM EP I FARM wA,cHlNES ' Tractors, Trucks :ninemsn and A Farm Implements "'EverytI'iing of Best Qualityqi ay - Straw "Good Equipment Makes A Good Farmer Betteru J. W. KELLOGG NEVADA. OHIO Page Sixty- ge Congratulations and Best Wishes to the Class of Nineteen Twenty-six STEPHAN LUMBER CO. UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO BRIGHTEN UP --WITH THE HOME Fresh Wall Paper, Window Shades and Paint GET IT AT BERGFS PAINT HEADQUARTERS UPPER SANDUSKY OHIO Society Brand - Clothcraft CLOTHES S520 to S55 The Best Clothing Made He always has the Latest in Here's for "Quality" and "Sei-vlcel' We specialize on Quality not Quantity All kinds of Electrical Goods Electrical Construction and HABERDASHERY Repairs Fleck's Clothin Store g H. Strasser Sz Son ICON E. Wyandot Ave. Upper Sandusky Ohio Upper Sandusky Ohio y-eight NO DEAL IS FAIR Unless both parties in the transaction are benefited Thereby on this basis we solicil your patronage Photographs of Quality, Enlarging, Framing, Kodak Supplies and Finishing .-l. . B RNS STUDIO BUCYRUS, OHIO SITTING EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Myers:-"I fell last night and hit my head on the piano." Mitch:-"Did you hurt your- self ?" Myers :-"No, I fell on the soft pedal." Dean :-"You certainly are crazy about Women." Andy :-"Why shouldn't I be? Half my parents were women? "For goodness' sakes, Hoover, what happened to you in the basket ball game? You'Ve lost f tt th " your ron oo . "No I haven't, here It IS ln my pocket." If itis New- If It's Nifty- If it's Up-to-Date- JEWELRY You Want, You Will Find It At- LAKE'S JEWELRY STORE Bucyrus, Ohio Page Sixty- Sev THE BUCYRUS IMPLEMENT CO. MCCORMICK, DEERING, INTERNATIONAL Farm Implements Tractors International Motor Trucks Cor. Poplar and W. Mansfield Sts. BUCYRUS D OHIO GRUEN WATCHES The Most Beautiful and Accurate Time Piece in America F. B. KEHRER Sz BROS. BUCYRUS OHIO Satisfaction Guaranteed The Only Real Underselling Store In BHCYYUS Lynch Shoe Store Or Money Gladly Refunded Boston Store BUCYRUS OHIO THE BUSIEST STORE FOR MILES AROUND BUCYRUS OHIO THE YOUNG MAN'S STORE AMERICAN SHOE SHINING PARLOR UP-T0-DATE HAT CLEANING 224 South Sandusky Avenue Next door to the Southern Theater BUCYRUS OHIO BEST SHINE IN TOWN PETE BUCYRUS OHIO enty THE LEWIS BANK XL SAVINGS CO. Upper Sandusky, Ohio If You Have Money We Want It Then When You Want It We Have It Seven Would-be Wonders of the World. 1. Hoover convinces Miss Reidinger in geography. 2. Charles Kellogg silent. 3. Paul Suter forget to read an article. 4. Wilbur Kuenzli does not FREDERICK KENAN, M. D. Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Eyes Tested for Glasses argue. 5. Flossie Chatlain wears the Upper Sandusky Ohio same dress twice. 6. Anna Jane was unpopular. 7. Mr. Zulauf forgets a name. A. HENDERSON WM. J. EHMANN NEVADA UNDERTAKING COMPANY Modern Invalid Coach Service Pictures and Picture Framing Phones 250 and 109 Nevada, Ohio Page S Page Sevent VISIT OUR BIG RUG DEPARTMENT BRING YOUR FLOOR COVERING TROUBLES We can take care of your Rug Wants and Save you Money ARTZ BROS. UPPER SANDUSKY OHIO s75'07'3CZ THE UNIVERSAL CAB SALES SERVICE ELLIS MARTIN UPPER SANDUSKY Omg ' ' ' F T I, D Qt' d F When In Upper Vlslt cCtl1ina,yVvZre,tiJIi'u:ni? Illolusehllmlgy the Largest Shoe Necessity Store In -come to- Wyandot County French's Variety Store 120 N. Main st. , Upper Sandusky Ohio f ,.-- Corner Store DRYGooDs, NOTIONS and IIAUMRIIMLI PAIWI Graduation Slippers and Hosiery Our Specialty A. Vogel Sz Company CWalk-Over Boot Shop! Opposite Court House MUNSINGWEAR F. C. Brandt XL Co. Best for Less Upper Sandusky Ohio y-tw FOR FIRST CLASS SERVICE SEE- MACK the BARBER Nevada Ohio J. C. Mock Garage Sinclair Gas and Oil Storage, Supplies and Repairs Office Ph. 219 Res. Ph. 231 GET YOUR GROCERIES -OF- C. P. Miller Nevada Ohio WE WELCOME Nevada People in General Albert Joseph Candy Kitchen If You Are Skeptical TRY- GOLLING the BARBER JUST ONCE Nevada Ohio Nevada Farmers Grain Co. Always in the market for anything you have to sell Feeds, Building Material, Grain and Seeds Anything An Up-to-the-Minute Elevator Handles Nevada Ohio S t e W e d :-"Shay Mishter, where ish Main street ?" Police Force :-"You are now standing on it." Stewed:-"No wonder I could not find it." Page Seventy-t If Your Wife Can't Don't Divorce Her- Keep Her for a Pet. Cook, and Eat at- Bill's c. W. SUTER STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES and PROVISIONS Nevada Ohio Tables on Second Floor for Aleeta Q CO. Ladies 'K fi DRY GOODS Cigars and Cigarettes -and- GENT,S FURNISHINGS Nevada Ohio Nevada Ohio KREISEL - HART Jewelers BULOVA WRIST WATCHES EASTMAN KODAKS and Developing Upper Sandusky Ohio Miss Winter:-"Elton, give me an example of a double nega- ativef' Elton :-"I don't know none." Professor:-"Who started the loose-leaf system ?" Student :-"Eve" BENDER BROS. Funeral Directors Ambulance and Invalid Coach Service Office Phone 191 Residence Phone 248 NEVADA, OHIO Seventy-four RADIOS, RADIO SUPPLIES BATTERIES OF ALL KINDS TIRES OF ALL SIZES AND MAKES MCLAUGHLIN XL WHITE NEVADA, OHIO DRUGS R E. Hagerman Nevag Ohio DR. S. S. BARRETT Nevada, Ohio Office Ph. 89 Res. Ph. 90 Glasses Fitted Marguerite:-"Are We going to have boiled eggs some day in school lunch?" Miss R.:-"No, If the good Lord had intended for us to eat cooked eggs, he'd have furnished the hens with hot plates." Judson :-"You are the first girl I ever loved." Ruby :-"You are dismissed, I am not training amateurs." - mn -- -- ADVERTISER 'HFFIN X Q m Page Seventy-five Pagc Seven When in Marion Call at the Reliable Clothing The Anthony Laundr Co. Store y DRY CLEANERS Sz CARPET Men's and Young Men's CLEANERS CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS , i . Quality and Service 119 North Main St. Phone 2333 HARRY SHOTT, Prop. , . Marion Ohig Marion Ohio Squire:-"Did you send for me ?" Lancelot :-"Yes. Make haste. Bring the can opener I've a flea in my knight clothes." Miss Winter:-fln Biologyj "Where do all the bugs go in the winter?" Hoover :-"Search me!" Red :-"I threw a kiss at a girl yesterday." Rollie:-"What did she say ?" Red :-"She said I was the laz- iest boy she had ever seen." Heard in cooking room :- "Do you carry Centennial choco- lates?" "No, We carry only fresh ones." Coon's Tire Store TIRES, TUBES, ACCESSORIES GROCERIES Ice Cream Candy Nevada Ohio Suits and Top-Coats l CRACK and Matthews' Sporting Goods Clothing and Furnishings Furnishings Always Make a "Hit" UA- Wilson-Spalding-Goldsmith Athletic Goods BACH'S me , Bucyrus Ohio Bucyrus Ohio ty- Censored as a Freshman, Admired as a Senior WHY NOT BUY FOOTWEAR For Social Functions For Graduation -at- FRANK'S SHOE STORE UPPER SANDUSKY OHIO Of all the girls I ever knew The homeliest of them is you. Your hair is red and tangled up, Your freckled nose is too abrupt, Your petticoats another mess, It always hangs below your dress. Your stockings always are a fright And need some shifting to the right. Right now you're trying to con- ceal With soot, that hole around your heel. You think you'll be a lady, ha, You'd better stay at hame with your Pa. Your actions, dear, are most divine, O, may I ever claim you mine! Those sweet disorders in your dress Enhance your winsome loveli- ness. Your petticoat a peeping thru, Right now it shows an inch or two. How I adore your lively hair, The coloring is wondrous rare, And those stray wispe about your face That blow with such bewitching grace The splash of freckles on your brow, And dainty cheeks, I don't see how I ever loved a girl before Without these charms I so adore. You're dearer to me than my life? Oh, promise me you'll be my wife! NEUMElSTER'S BAKERY EAT MORE BREAD You are entitled to the Best UPPER SANDUSKY, OHIO Page S ty VALUE AND QUALITY The value of your money depends on where you take it. The dollars are worth more at this store. Poor quality goods are dear at any price. YOU GET QUALITY ONLY HERE. E. W. ORWILER, GFOCGI' Nm ADA oHIo S FJAI. ERS The Nationally Advertised Kitchen Cabinet SELLERS MASTERCRAFT Sellers Kitchen Cabinets and everything else you need for the home at THE SHAW FURNITURE Xz CARPET CO. BUCYRUS OHIO Hudson - Essex Sales - Service Hudson --Essex Garage By Oh The Jacobs Shoe CO. Boots, Shoes, Rubber Goods, Arch Supports, Etc. N d Oh Qauingrzxplqs Qsuingrzxplqs ' " ' " ' 1 .Lili QL-5-'-"" nf -. fn-r-,J -vw - W., . -. , , A A .5 A ' ,.- ,,-:,,::w.' 1-,1'a1A ' - .Mm


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