New Philadelphia High School - Delphian Yearbook (New Philadelphia, OH)
- Class of 1920
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After graduation our class will be separated
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but others will journey far into the unknown
World in search of qsuccesfs. And, as the long
year roll by, the memory of their High School
days will gradually pass away unless they pos
ness something which will keepy their Hfiglh
School lfe ever before them. With a desire
to provide -something which will help to retain
the memory of our school days and which
will give the general public a View of our school
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MARCUS SCHEAR-'21 Asst. Business Man.
MARIAN STOCKWELL Fam. Advisory Editor
.lULIAMAR-LOVVE-'20 Literary Editor
JOHN VVENGER--'20 Athletic Editor
MARGUERITE McDERMOTTw'20 Art Editor
VICTOR MARSH-'21 Hnmo'rono Editor
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UNIVERSITY of PENNSYLVANIA 'WESTERN RESERVE IfNIVE'iS'TX
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Class President '20 Class Prophecy '20
Glee Club '17, '18 Social Committee '19
Class Play '2 0
"He wasn't merely a clhip of the old blockg
but the block itself."
How could the Class of '20 graduate with-
out Don. We would feel like a baldfheaded
man out insociety without his wig. Don is
our flashy top, but unlike the wig, he is not
1 CCTICLICSTIA ANKNEY
" B E T T Y"
Social Committee '19 French Club' 20
Treasurer '19 Glee Club '20
"Thy voice is a celestial melody."
Celestia's parents must have known their
child was going to have a voice. She made
it known when she arrived, so they called
her Celestia in order that it would become
celestial some time in the future.
, ' ROBERT BARTHELMEH
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Foot-ball '19 Social Committee '20
Orchestra '17. '18, '19, '20 Glee Club '18
Li "l'll be merry and free."'
Bob had better be merry carrying such a
load as the above record around on his
shoulders. But how he can be free, I don't
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Class Basket-ball '18, '193 Manager '19
.-.' French Club '20 Social Committee '19
5 "The sweetest lady of the time."
Elma is a general favorite of our class.
5. No wonder, she is always bright and pleas.
,y ant, and has a good disposition. What
5. more could we want in one small lady?
Basket-ball '17, '18 Glee Club '17, '18, '19
French Club '20
"She is a favorite everywhere."
W Pearl is a fine student. We are proud to
' have her in our class, Not only do-es she
' do her work well, but she is a good enter-
' ainer, too,
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French Club 20 Gee Club 1 18
Basketball 11 18 0
Thoughtless of beauty she was beauty's
Last V681 Janet left us anl attended the
Hyde Pamk Hlgh School at Chlcago She
found though that there IS no place 1ke
old N P H S The I lass of 20 was very
glad to welcome her ra turn
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In whose last steps I cllmb'
Irma comes from Mldvale also It IS won-
derful how that llttle vlllage contalns so
many talented people
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Glee Club 20 French Club 20
And sweet shall your welcome be
Grace IS another neva member of our class
who Joined us thls year Grace has led hall'
but me havent seen any temper yet
Nl IIJDRED BORDER
Klnd hearts are more than colonets
has walked right stralght thlough the halls
of learnmg ln N P H S
HAI EL I ROW X
Glee Club 17 18 Basketball 11
A true frlend 1S iorevel a frxend
A true trlend 1S H1zelWe have always
found her a true frlend to our Class and to
Mlldred IS an lndustrlous student She
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Track '18, '20, Captain '20 Class Play '20
Class Basket-ball Social Committee '19
Editor of Delphian Z0
He was wont to speak plain and to the
purpose' Like an honest man and a soldier, '
As the editor of the Delphian Russell is
a star. We can find him shining all through
the book. N. P. H. S. loses a good all-round
fellow when it loses Christie, Heres good
luck to our editor in the future.
B E T Z
Vxfe are very sorry that we had to lose Betz
with her sweet disposition. just f e '
months before graduation but due to sick-
ness she was unable to finish the term. We
all wish Marie great success in the future.
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PO L L Y
Glue Club 18 French Club '20
Hcr smile vsas like a rainbow flashing
from a misty sky
Pollx s smile dispels all gloom It spread
sunshine wherever she goes lf you see. a
smile coming down the hall you know It 1
D U T L H
On one she smiled and he was blest
Vvolcls couldnt express what we think of
Dutch She is an all round fine gnl We
wish hc: a happy future
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K A T Y
Basket ball 14 18 19
All difficulties are but easy when they ale
Wilma is a qulet studious person We
Pave enjoyed her presence with us and
may she have a happy future
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Orchestra '17, '19
, "I was born to other things."
I Jim is an accomplished fellow.He can play '
2 a fife, he can speak French, he gets his
lessons without studying, he is a great ac-
. tor, and he can drive an automobile, All , .
the same, Jim is all right. Our Class couldn't .
do without him.
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" D l C K E Y " '
Class Basket-ball '17, '18, '19, '20 Captain '17 I
' Girls' Varsity '20 French Club '20
, "I see, but cannot reach the height '
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5 Marcella is one of our forwards. Not '
2 only a forward in basket-ball, but forward
2 in all school events. The class of twenty 2
2 feel grateful to Marcella for what she has
' done for her Class.
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" P l N K E Y "
French Club '20
"Her voice was very soft.
Gentle, and lowg an excellent thing in
VVho ever heard a harsh word f 1' om
Grace? Sometimes we hardly know Grac.
1 is around, even in class she is quiet. '
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Basket-ball '17, '18, '19, '20
Girls' Varsity '20 5
"Nothing lovelier can be found
In women, than to study household goodf
Irene is a good cook. We tell you this
for the benefit of any nice young man. But
- Irene has a temper, too, Beware! 1
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E "A man there came, whence none could
f Everett is a new man, He has been so quie' I
2 since his arrival in N. P. H. S. that we can't .
' find out much about him. We give him a
hearty welcome anyhow.
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Class Secretary '19
Social Committee '18, '19
"She moves a goddess, and she looks a
"Cinnie" comes from the Plains. The
Class of '20 does not worry about Lucinda.
We know she will some day reach the sky,
for she is "headed" that direction,
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Glee Club '17, '18, '19 French Club '20
Basket-ball '17, '18, '9, '20
"My man's as true as steel."
Yes, Bob is true to Edith, even though he
is in the big city of Columbus. And we
know Edith is still true to Bob for she is
always looking forward to vacations and
Class Historian '17 Social Committee '20
French Club '20
"Blessing and blest
Where'er she goes."
Full of fun, with a sweet disposition.
That is Margaret. It is hard to class Margar-
et, for she is in a. class all her own, Best
wishes for the future.
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Vice-President '17 Class Secretary '18
Foot-ball '20 Basket-ball '18, '19, '20
Class Play '20
"VVhence is thy learning? Hath thy toil
O'er books consumed the midnight oil?"
Gip always knew his history lesson How
he got it,, we can't even guess. We have
almost come to the conclusion that Gip is
just naturally bright,
" T U B B Y "
Social Committee '19 French Club '20
Class Treasurer '18 Class President '19
Delphian Stenographer '20
"High class goods come in small packages,"
This makes the second "Tubby" Getz who
has graduated from our N. P. H. S. and we
could not have done without either one. It
is strange how you never miss a thing until
you have once had a taste of it,
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That be tutxfles Auroras tace
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lellle lS always on the job when there IS
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French Club P0 Soclal Cummlttee Z0
I wtuld applaud thee to the very echo
That should applaud agam
V'1rel1a IS the Presldent of ou1 ltrench
Club It we see Varella apploachlng us
after the tnst Monday 1n the month we
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Smiling frowning evermore
Thou art perfect in love-loref
Dot is our amateur actress. Dot says she
is going to Wooster next year. We wonder
R U S S
'Kel-ball 0 Sooial Committee 19
Glee Club l 18 Class VlCGPI'6S1fl8Ht 16
Secretary ll Delphlan Manager 2
At hls work you may hear hun sob and
Russ wlll make a good buslness man H
has shown that by his flne work as buslness
manager of the Delphlan
lIA!l+ L LORENIP
French Club 20
Gentle modest retlrlng shv
has taken us all four years to get ac
qualnted wlth Hazel and we havent accom
pllshed lt entlrely yet But we do know sht
l a weet addltlon to our class
XIII IJREIJ LIXPBI' R4 PR
M I M
French Cub 20
No woman 1S born wlthout ambltlous
Do Vou know why our class won tho
chalnnlonshlp of the glrls lnter class games
ast year? It was because Mlm was our
center guard Mlm plays teamwork ln
evervth ng so we know she lb golng to get
along all Ylgllt
HP XRY I IBSI' R
H E N
As lol me all I know lS that I know
Hell IQ another accessory and HEC!-milfb
to the Class of 20 A blg reward to th
person who solves the problem What
could we do wlthout Hen?
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"None knew thee but to love thee e .
N0'1e named thee but to praise." 2
It is hard to add anything to these lines, .
They express perfectly the feeling of the '
class of '20 toward Fern. I
" B I L L " '
Glce Club '17, '18, '19 French Club '20 '
Cheer Leader '20 5
'When we seek after wit, 2
We discover only foolishness," 2
'Yes, we heard, Bill, but we don't get the 3
point." Bill thinks he is a great iolrer, but S
we have our doubts. We found Bill was 2 p I
good cheer leaderg the only trouble was that O
he could get so interested in the game. he
would forget to yell. .
"Good thoughts her only friends."
We never hear much from Albertine. She
is a good student and therefore has no time
for foolishness as we have.
MILDRED Mm-lJl+lRMO'l"l' 1
French Club '20
"A smooth and steadfast mind:
G1 ntle thoughts and calm desires,"
Talent runs in the MacDertn'J'.t 'fwmilv
Mildred will be another American artist ad.
ded to the list.
EDNA MEISHR ,
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Class Basket-ball '17, '18, 'lll.
"I came, saw, and overcame."
That is what Edna did to N. P. H. S. She
came with the rest of our clasp, she saw, as
we saw, and like most of us, overcame. '
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"J o H N N I E " 2
Glee Club '17, '18, '19, '20 5
"Long travell'd in the ways of men" Q
Grace has been too busy v.'if'l1 out side nf- Z
. fairs to have much to do with the class.
' Eut several times Grace helped us out. She
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' Glee Club '18 Basket-ball '13 I
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Secretary of French Club '20 0
"So light of foot, so light of spirit."
0 Music was born with Monty. When she E
5 hears any music she can not resist ine O
. temptation of keeping time with it. Trouble ,
is like water on a ducks back to Monty, '
, She always seems to be happy. Begg, wishes
I for the future.
fl P E G .,
"Such joys ambition finds."
Art Editor '20 Glee Club '17, '1S. '10
Basket-ball '20 French Club '20
Margueritcfs ambition is to be an artist.
From he work on the Delphian we know her
ambition will be gratified.
VVADE R. l'OR'I'Z
" P O R T Z "
Social Committee '?0 French Club '20
U Basket-ball '?0
i "I think not I am what I aonearf'
Portz came to us from the Baltic Hivh
School. From his record you will see li"-
jumped right into our school activitifs. We
are glad Baltic had only a three year High
, ALICE MORELAND 3
Glee Club '17, '18 Basket-ball '17, '18, '10, E
French Club '20, 3
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' And all the brothers, too." 3
At one time last year we were afraid we Q
were going to lose our Aliceg but in a month 3
or so she came back sweeter than ever. It 3
was a happy day, especially in Cicero, when '
she returned, '
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Basket ball 18 French Club '20
Class Play '20
Cheeks like the mountain pink that grows
Among white headed mijestiesf'
We are still rather dubious about Mary's
pink cheeks We cant find the brand of
rouge es en at the ten-cent store. We
couldnt find a Jolller person than "Sli1n".
May she ever be so IS our hearty wish for
1 R XLI' NEWTON
Class Basket ball '17, '18, '19
Social Committee 19 Glee Club '17, '18
A courage to endure and to obey."
Grace IS Mr Akes stenographer, and a
good one he f1I1dS her we are sure. We all
like Grace because she is a good sympath
J U D Y "
Basket ball 17 18 Class Treasurer '17
Class H1St0Ty 18 Literary Editor '20
Class Editor '20
Humorous Editor of Delphian '19
A star 1n heaven could not be brighter."
Judy is the bright and shining star of
our class She has worked with all her
energy to make the Annual a success, And
we know that IH the future we will hear
great things of her
AD X PP EIFFER
French Club 20 Captain Class Basket-ball
e Club 17 18, '19, '20 Captain
Glrls Vai sity 20 Basket-ball 17, '18, '19, '20
Popular ev ryvvhere she goes, this brown
Ada was the Captaln of the Girls' Varsity.
Although we didnt win any games, it wasn't
the fault of the Captain or of the players.
Then were new at the business.
French Club 20 Class Basket Ball
Class Play '20
Tis not a fault to love."
Fvervouo knows Reiser. He is a prime
favorite with 'his class and outsiders, too.
Good luck Reiser exer!
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Class President '18 Basket-ball '17, 18
Glee Club '17, '18, '19 French Club '20
Orchestra '19, '20
"Music, when soft voices die,
Vibrates in the memory-'
Margaret greets us every morning with her
music in the Chapel. Peggie is going to be
a. music teacher, We hope she realizes her
Class Treasurer '20 French Club '20
Class Play '20
"Silence is perfectest herald of joy."
Hazel is silent most of the time, but when
she does speak, she usually says something,
Hazel gets all E's on her report card.
Q RUSSELL RICKETTS
5 "R I C K Y "
3 Class Basket-ball '17, '18, '10, '20
Foot-ball '20 French Club '20
Orchestra '17, '18, '15, '20
"God made him, therefore let him pass for
Ricky wouldn't make a good Frenchman.
As he doesu't like French that well. He says
America is good enough for him,
, WALTER RUTLEDGE
Q "S W O P E "
: Foot-ball '20 Basket-ball '18, '19, 20
Z Track '19, '20 Class Play '20
"I am not in the roll of common men."
How such a fellow as Swaps evrr oe-ne to
be hidden away in Midvale. we don't know.
He will either run for the Presidency of thc
United States or be a comedian.
" P El G G Y "
"So runs the round of life from hour to
lvlargaret lives across the bridge. She
has been a faithful member of our class,
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Class Play "20
"Three-fifths of him genius and two-fifths
sheer fudge 1"
We are glad Jim took the notion to drop
out of school for a year, and work. The class
of Nineteen were the losersg but we were
the Winners. Jim knew a good thing when
he saw it.
Blue were her eyes, a.s the fairy Iiax.
Her cheeks like the dawn of day."
We can't tell you much about Jane. She
came to us last year from Port Washington.
We are glad to have her with us.
"MARY JANE" '
Basket-ball '17 Social Committee '19
Class Play '20 Delphian Stenographer '20
"There's many a black, black eye, they say,
But 11one so bright as mine!"
Like the two Getzes, the two Snyders have
been happy and useful additions to New
Phila, High. We wouldn't have a Delphian
if it wasn't for Mary. Every day she "pegs"
away at the typewriter to make our poor
"What wind blew you hither?"
Arthur is a quiet fellow, but likable.
He is so lately come to N, P. H. S. that we
know only his good points, which are num-
" K A T Y "
Basket-ball '17, '18, '20 French Club '20
Glee Club '17, '18, '19, '20
"She is quick to think and act."
Kate leads the suffragette party in our
Civics Class. "Up with the women!" says
Katy. She is the life of our school.
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"Her very frowns are fairer far
Than smiles of other maidens are."
Mary is one of those likeable, quiet people
we can't get along without.
" H O W D Y "
Track '17, '18, '19, '20 Social Committee '19
Class Basket-ball '17, '18, '19
"ls this a dream? O, if it be a dream,
Let me sleep on, and do not wake me yet."
It is not a dream, Howdy, the Class of '20
will actually graduate soon. So wake up!
H T 0 M M Y "
Social Committee '19 French Club '20
Basket-ball '17, '18, '19, '20 Glee Club '17, '18
'19, '20 Manager of Girls Varsity '20
"Methinks it is a, bright child, lVI'I1or'd"
Tommy is manager of the Girls' Varsity.
She has always been faithful to basket-ball
and to our Class. A delightful future, Tom-
.spu,,.5-I:g-' r'-! 'rr , -
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5 GERTRUDE SCHNEITER
" T U D I E "
I Basket-bal1 '17, '18
2 "Who battled for the True and Just?"
Q Tudie is another of our shy and retiring
members. The Class of '20 extend to Tudie
Glee Club '17, '18, '19 Basketball '17, '18, '19
"Who does the best his circumstances allow
Does well, acts nqblyg angels could do no
Carrie is well liked by all her classmates.
, If a good fairy would grant our wis,h, it
I would be a happy future for Carrie,
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Class Historian Glee Club 18
French Club 20 Class Basket-ball "
Thy wit is very bitter-sweeting'
It is a most sharp sauce.
Mary came to us about two and
years ago from Greenville. We don't know
where that is but it must be Heaven by the
way lflary talks. We have our doubts.
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Class Basketball 17 Social Committee .
Vice-P1'esident 20 Athletic Manager 20
Glee Club I8 French Club 20
Athletic Lditor 70
'Ihcn he will talk-
Xe gods! how he will talk!
Ike is our orator. He says he is going to
be a doctor but we think him betted suited
for a. lawyer. Ask Ike what rebuttals are.
Orly Ike knows.
FRANK FS WIIITF
' I' R A N K
Glee Club 17 I8 19 20 Cheer Lealer '
Class Basket-ball 17 'IS 19 20 Captain '19
Girls Varsity 20 French Club Z0
'Cause Ise wicked I is-Is mighty wicks
ed anyhow-I cant help it!
What would N. P. H. S, have done without
Frank? She has been the joke of our class-
es the worry of the teachers and the joy of
R U B B E R '
'Lonspicuous by his absence. '
Rubber has been quite attentive to school
this year. I wonder why? In years past
you could usually find Rubber any place but
in school. But he is older now. In years to
come he will be entirely reformel. Rubber s
favorite color is Gray,
D E T E C T I V E
Orchestra 1 18
I am the very pink of courtesy
For I am nothing if not critical,
We hardly hear anything out of John but
vshen he does speak he speaks. John s
future is with the Union Drug Company.
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1 " C H U B B Y "
F 2 3 Class President '16 Orchestra '16, '17, '18
Q Class Basket-ball '16, '17 Class Play '20
' 5 ' Chairman Social Committtee '20
Glee Club, '16, '17
"I have a heart with room for every joy."
Fat and jolly, that's Chubby. Whenever
we want to laugh we get Chubby to give us
2 a sample of his wit Like the advertisement
for tonic, "A sample will do the work."
Laugh and grow fat.
Q CATHERINE WALTER
5 E is K A T E u :
'E ' Basket-ball '17 Glee Club '17 2
L, French Club '20 Class Play 2
"The course of true love never did run Q
Catherine comes to us from Barr's Mills,
She is a quiet, retiring little girl.
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F Basket-ball '17, '18, '19' '20
5 "Youth is full of pleasure."
ir Bess was our right hand guard in basket-
ball. Full of pep, as all youth should be.
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" 2 " C H A N C Y "
' 3 Football Captain '20 Foot-ball '17, 'l8, '20
Track '17, '18, '19, '20
2 "He was six foot o' man, All clear grit and
2 human nature,"
' Tall, broad-shouldered with brawny mus-
cles, Just the kind for a. good foot-ball playf
er. Chauncey is your man. We could not
have had a better foot-ball Captain last year.
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Semor Class Histor
JUNE 1 1914 Nine 1 onths ago on y good ship Promotion departed
we from yon olden countree of persecution ye. grades aid salled into a new
land which ou forerurners h d alled High School Arriving at ye good port
ye Juniors Our homes had Ju t been started when a horde of savages fell upon
us scalrlng some of our number To avoid another attack our men have drilled
dallv through out the year with balls of diflerent sorts Our worthy brother
Wilson has led these mllitary endeavors After this attack life has gone on
quietly enough with various work except for a few gatherings held in ye good
old time r erry fashlon Now summer is come and work begins in earnest
JUNE 1 1018 Another year has gone by another year of toil and endeavoi
This one has been full ot prosperity and happiness among ye good people of yon
olden countree who left if almost tvso vears ago Guarded well against the
Indlans with even more zeal than last year Worthy Captain Wilson has drilled
us ln warfare wlth balls Different merry makings have reminded us of ye days
of yon olden time and glad we are in our home here Godspeed has been said
with a festival to our brcthern who are departing after four years sojourn
May Prosperity and Hope guide us in the coming year
IUNE 1 1019. Barely three years have passed away since we landed on
yon rocky shore on our new home. Now new no more it has become loved and
" ar. A year of peace, a year of comfort a ycar of work is life! Engaged we
in ye same round of duties with our new brtthern, New friends made we old
friends have we tried old lovers we have found true, Military drill has gone
on under ye direction of Captain Frye. But alas! Hindered was this by ye
terrible plague vshich befell us in ye early days of autumn. But Providence
with us it attacked our enemies with equal strength. A mighty duty fell to our
lot in this yea.r of disorder. Ye assistant editor of the D elph i a n and ye
assistant business marager elected we, To ye departing ones gave we ye hand
of fellowship. I'o settle a new land they have given themselves. Gatherings
have been few because of our sorrow caused by ye plague. Vlay Providence
train us during ye ooming year.
JLNE 1 1920. x wonderful year has been this! Prosperity has beamed
upon us. Savages did not trouble us for Providence had guided and our military
drill under the leadership of Captains Empfield, Ake and Kirk with Lieutenants
Mathias, Gelb and Christie has never been surpassed. In ye town-meeting
we elected Donald Urfer as presiding officer of our midst, with John Wenger
as chief assistant. For ye clerk of our village chose we James Riffer, while for
treasurer Hazel Russell was nominated. Peace and harmony have ruled us in
this past year due to the efforts of Miss Sue Felton, our spiritual advisor, For
ve purpose of purchasing a. curtain for ye Town Hall, gave we benifits which
pleased our brethern. "Ladies of Cranford" a Faculty number, and Negro Min-
strels have rendered us a reputation. Anl now the parting days have come.
Our brothers gave us many nierry-makings to while away our remaining days,
Gatherings have been held in sad farewell. And now we are going into ye dis-
tant lands of ye future with Hope in our hearts. Fare-thee-well is ye parting
yord. May Providence in Heaven above protect us in our journey.
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'Ihe lmlue and Wliite
VVhen our school days here are over
And our lfriends no more we see,
How our hearts will fill with longing!
For the times that used to be.
When we entered here as Freshmen
And misfortune had to face, .
Forward went our thoughts to twenty
Where would end our well fought race,
When we labored hard as Sophomores,
"Strive to win, and win you will"
Urged us onward, ever upward,
All our duties to' fulfill.
When our path was steep and rugged,
And we yearned to end the fight,
Ever to our rescue, came our motto
As our Guide and beacon light
Then at roll call of tht thud Vear,
Nlany old schoolmates we lacked
Hut the faithful ones sped onvw ard
lim al to the red and black
SNllftlV flies our last year s Journcv
llerp in old Yew Phila High
As the swallow darts toward heaven,
Draws our farewell partlng mg
heath our colors blue and white,
I4 ver faithful to their meaninrr
'1 ruest blur and purest white'
Hurrah' we sav for the red and black'
Huri ah' for the blue and the white'
Iluirah' for the class of nineteen tvuntv'
Hurrah for the crew and the fwht'
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Z The year ninteen hundred seventeen stands as the most remarkable
5 in the history of theworld. This fact can be easily I31'0V0d by the at'-
S fidavits of one hundred and twenty "Freshmen, who became athirst for
, the waters of the spring of knowledge, that year.
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I These "Freshmen" join with Pope in saying, 2
3 "A little knowledge is a dangerous thing. .
5 Drink deep, or taste not, the Pierian spring,
2 There shallow draughts intoxicate the brain 5
5 And drinking largely sobers us again,"
. This Freshman Class with rare good taste honored the Juniors. by at 1
3 tending a reception to which a kind invitation had been given. '
E "After eight long years of Grades '
' In memories it will never fade '
2 Here we entered, hair at stake ' .
Mid jeers and laughs and 'Freshman Wake' "
During our Sophomore year, amost undesirable traveler from Spain
. "Senor Flu" withered our hopes of happiness. Some of the seekers for
3 "l'ierian Aqua" broke ranks and bgan a search for "Gold". We wish :
these seekers well, but we also wish them with us. We are already be S
5 ginning to realize what mental dwarfs we would be by stopping in the :
Q "So after thrce 'short' months had past
Z Sophomores we became at last.
' More sense we would obtain. we knew
Q Because that Freshman year was through."
1 When the soft sunlight of September nineteen hundred nineteen
T found us a smaller, but more determined band of seekers for the "Spring '
of Knowledge", we were happy to know that Senor Flu would probably
not worry us much more. We were truly sorry to lose o'ur Principal, .
. Frye, but we are sure he did not leave ns without an Ake. 5
5 In the fall of nineteen hundred nineteen, the Freshmen ll0'll0I'6d us 3
Q by attending a. Hallowe'en reception which we gave for them. 5
-lust before our Christmas vacation, We gave a Christmas pafrty at
' which Santa Claus Was present and gave us each a gift. ,
5 l'he most important entertainment of the year will be the Junior- g
2 Senior reception, which is looked forward to with great anticipation by 5
5 both elassests. E
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But the Senior' year seems yet so far." 1
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We, the Sfaff, respectfully ded
ieate this page to the Juniofr Class,
in commemoration of the splendid
part they played in the sale of
D el p h i a n s. The Junior Class,
the smallest in our schofol, sold the
large total of 139 D el ph i a n s.
The Junior salesmen were Victor
Marsh and Lillian Shanley.
The Sta-ff also' Wishes to eXpre's
ther appreiciation to the other class-
es for the large sales which fhey
made: especially to' the Freshman
Class Who, under the leadership of
Mendel Shanley and Gladys Davis.
finished a close second in the excit
We also Wish to thank the fol-
The Business men o'f our city
who aided us by taking ad
Mr. Green, who is responsible
for the fine pictures in this
Mr. Hammond for his prompt
and eEicient Work.
Miss St0'ckWell for her valu-
able suggestions and aid.
The Northern Engraving Co.
for the promptnefis with
which they did our work
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ophomore Class Roll
Anderson, Robert Kappler, Daniel
Andreas, Jane Kaserman, Anna '
Alexander, George Kennedy, John
Albaugh, Frances Kerner, Thelma
' Affolter, Charles Leggett, Glenn
Aughinbaugh, Elizabeth Lieser, John
Bahmer, Marguerite Mathias, Marie
Barnett. Martha Maurer, Elnora
Barry, Monica Mosher. Delbert
Beddows, Vernon M elntolsh, Frank Borden, Winona Meiser, Laura 5
Beans, Vesta Murray, Alice 3
Beiehly, Russell McMillan, Martha 2
Biehsel. Freda Metzger, Myrtle '
Campe, Roma Nickels. Robert
Q Cole, John Neely, Marian '
Co'le, Paul Rogers, Valerixa
' Cooney, John Reardon. Gladys
Collins, Jack Reiser. Gertrude '
y Davidorf, Celia Reed, George
De NValt, Beryl Robinson, Mae
' Denning, Lucy . Roll, Helen
Donohne. ,Patrick Roby, Paul
English, -Myrtle Riee, James
Everette, Ada Shivel-y. Earline
, Everett, Mary' Josephine Shaw, Helen
3 Eddie, Byron Sneary, Freda
Fisher, Thelma Schneider. Ruth
1 Fribley, Frances Stull Catherine
? Frazier, Thelma Syron, Anna
France, Lloyd Steehow. Maynard
Q Gauger, Mildred Sehenek, Wilma
Q Goettge, Virginia. Snyder. Edna
2 Gowins, Irene Smith, Foster
1 Goulder, Edmund-P Stetfey, Dale
Graybill, Gail ' J Sweany, Daniel
Z Gribble, Josephine ' Thomas, Katherine ,
Grimm, Joshua NValtz, Ian
Haney, James Vllalton, Thomas '
Haman, John Walker, George .
Hanson, Mary Wlll'lll8P, Beatrice
Harig, Carl Webster, Clifford
Hanhart, Eugene Weir., George
P Hartinan, 'Virginia Vlfenger, Lloyd
Hall, Bertha Westhafer. Byron
Henderson, Thelma Zueal, llollie ' , '
Hurst, Eugene Whltmer. Urbana '
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3 ophomore Class History
In September, nineteen hundred and nineteen, the hospitable doors
of "Phila, High" were again opened and we, the class of 1922, entered
our Sophomore year.
For the first few days our boys were quite busy performing their
self appointed duty of initiating the Freshmen. After this excitement
had been subdued, we seitled down to proving Wentworth 's propositions
and reading "Caesars Commentaries" with a right good Will.
On October thirtyfirst we turned our attention from lessons to'tl1c
joys -of a Hallowe'en party. Such charae'ers as made their appearance
would have frightened the ghosts themselves.
After the Christmas vacation, the first social function in which the
Sophomores took part was on February thirteenth when we entertained
the Seniors with the annual reception-
Although not many members of our class take part in athleic-4.
those who do have won a place of distinction. However, we know from
"gym team" games that more of our boys have ability.
- The girls as well as the boys have done their part in bavfkct ball, and
in our remaining years we hope they keep up the record.
It is our desire to live up to our motto, "Semper paratus", and thc-
standards established by former cilasses.
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Freshman Class History
t' Well. here we are." "Wl1o'?""LXVl1y the Freslunan Class of l5l23l."
"Where?" "In dear old P. H. S. of course."
- These were some of the questions asked us in our 'first few weeks of
, 'High School life. But l will start at the first and tell you all about it.
. ln the Spring of N119 about a hundred and thirty ambitious boys and
girls bade farewell to their eight years of grade scho'ol days. and spent
Ihree joyous month-: contemplating' the new school life heforc them.
' 'l'hen at last we croi-sed the threshold on September the eighth. and
' entered the auditorium where two hundred pair of eyes gazed on Olll'
' timid faces and rather awkward actions.
But after a few weeks of study and getting settled, we could stroll
into the HllLllt0'I'lllIll and look the Seniors, Juniors. and even the mighty
Smipliouiorcs in the face wifhout blushing, even if they did laugh at the
shiny, bald heads of some of our best looking boys.
We still felt unacfluainted and not exactly at home, until the Juniors
showed their good will toward us hy entertaining' us with a royal Hallow
' e'en reception, which we all enjoyed immensely- .
Our class spirt was strong, but wiser heads thought itahest for us'
not to organize, so we did not do so. Ilowever, we elected Mists sWeiss'as
our honorary member, and we have enjoyed her comradeship Vferyggfnucli. Q
. In spite of our fears in starling- in the Freshman year,.fQVe lfiwe all"
twith the exception of a few who got discouraged and droppedfoutj pass-
ed the first semester with flying colors, trying to master the harder
parts of Latin, English, Commercial and Algebra.
Our girls, as well as our boys, have shown their athletic ability by
turning out fifty strong for class basket ball. f
And now as our Freshman year is drawing rapidly to a elose, we
have divested ourselves of all fear and feel at home in the High School.
In fact, we feel it could hardly get along without us, and in the future we
are sure you will hear more of the class of 1923.
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It was June. Nature was displaying herself in all her glory and splendor
I lay on my back, gazing up through the leafy boughs of an old twisted and bent
apple tree, to the summer sky above. Here and there little puffs of 'fleecy clouds
appeared through the screen above me, and Nature' sweet breath floated up
from the meadows below, so that I fell into a deep sleep. I dreamedg and in my
dreams, Fate came and took me to a distant city where she left me, with the
promise that I should find all my old comrades of the class of 1920.
I stroll down the main street and the first object that arrests my gaze
is a giant bill board announcing the program at the Meteor Theatre that evening,
THE METEOR THEATRE
J. R u s is e 1 l K n i s e ly, Manager
Presents this evening an extraordinary musical
Mlle. CEIIESTIA ANKNEY-S ci p I' a n o
Late of the Metropolitan Opera Company.
Russian cellist. of world wide fame now touring the country
MARGARET ELLEN PAGE-Pi a n i s t
Pianist of Rare Ability, Known on Nine Continents
DOROTHY G. KENNEDY
.Internationally known reader, who has appeared four times
before His Royal Highness King George IX of England
RUS-SELL W. RICKETTS and His Orchestra
Secured at great expense after their Extraordinary tour
in Northern Siberia.
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Below in blaring letters the attraction of the followin week was announc
COMING-ALL NEXT WEEK
George Lohens Masterpiece
CAN YOU IMAUINB. IT
With an all-star chorus made up of
such well known artlsts as
WILMA DOWLING - FLRN MILLER - IPR
FRUDF SCIIYEITLR - EDNA MEISER
BERTINE MOIMSE -CARRIE WHITNIER-MAR
OARET SYRON 4- YIIIIDR-FD BORDER ' if
Passing on down the street stop in front oaf the City Hall. George Kurtz
administers justice as mayor of the city while Paul Winters, Chief of Police
with his ever-ready wing foot Buick dashes after all breakers of the speed law
Patrolmen Arthur Seebach Wade Portz and Harold Everett stand without and
,Across the street I ste a sign which reads LEGGETTS SHOE EMPOR
IUM , I 'Walkover and peer through the window, only to hear Mr. Leggett
yell lustily for "Katy to pull up the awning Miss Walter replies that if he thinks
he has got her here to pull up the awning for him, he is badly mistaken. Ut will
be well to state here that Mr. Leggett has but recently given up a position as
tenor soloist with the San Carstop Grand Opera Company.J
Next door is "FREY'S FIZZ FOUUNTAINH where Lucinda Frey with Nellie
Glass, Hazel Knisely, Grace Briggs, and Belvidera Yaberg as waitresses dispense
all sorts of thirst killers.
I hear a clanging of bells and an ambulance dashes by, I have but time
to read the inscription-."H. L. LIESER.-Undertaker" written in black letters
o-n the side. I follow the crowd in hot pursuit of the ambulance which rounds
a corner and stops in front of WOOD'S PHARMACY. John Woods holds the
door open, whiie a young lady, whom I recognize as Marcella Dick, is placed in
the ambulance, I learned from the other clerks, Zora. Hawk, Hazel Lorenze and
Janet Britton, that she had been working there but two weeks and that her
condition was due to drinking too much "Snake Oil
A short distance down a side street Walter Rutledge conducts a place
of business whore- one may "get a shine on" iyour shoesl for 15c. i'!Swope" tells
me that Ra..ph Williams, after he had married Edith Gray, turned his attention
to journalistic work and was now Editor of The Ladies Home Journal. Also
that Russell Christie had gained fame and fortune in touring the country with his
troupe of educated cooties. I had strolled about the city for almost an hom
a-nd a half, and in that time I had seen scarcely more than two dozen men
asked "Sw0pe" the reason for this, and he informed me that it was like this
John Reiser had married Mildred Diebel and James Riffer, Elma Brooks. Soon
thereafter the combined efforts of these two scientists had perfected an appar
atus whereby transportation to Mars was established. It was then discovered
that the natives of Mars were selling Virginia Dnare for 10c per gallon-hence
this rapid emigration of the male population to Mars. Mr, Rutledge continued
with, "You know, Frances White is married too. Yes she. married a prominent
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lawyer in Washington and is now living there." "Indeed", I replied. "And i
presume, of course, that Mary Getz "Monk Gross?" "0h! yes, to be sure" he
rejoined, "but Catherine Sherer surprised us all by proposing to a minister
during leap year, and is now living in happiness and bliss, "Varelia Hollett and
Hazel Russell are manageing the Children's Home. And then Pearl Baker, Paul-
ine Carrothers, Clermont Milar, Margaret Fackler and Mary Snyder all joined
"The Army?" I cried '
Yes," he returned, "The Salvation Army."
"But what became of Mary Whiteford and Julia Marlowe?" I queried.
Oh! they're both in the House of Representatives trying to put through
a bill proxlding Civil Service Examinations for all husbands."
I thanked Mr, Rutledge heart.ily for his information and again betook my-
self to the main street. whereupon I entered a nearby restaurant, only to find
Grace Earle filling the cashier's position. Upon seating myself a waitrcss whom
I recognized as Ada Pfeiffer lounged up and announced all in the same breath
that they had ''roastbeefporkhamandsirloinwithgravyu. My order was taken, but
in about 15 minutes. I was informed that it could not be filled because the first
cook, Irene Englih, being a member of the Union, could only work a 3-hour day
and thesecond oook had not yet arrived.
I decided that I was1r'r. hungry and walked across the street to the Palace
Hotel, 'where no less a personage than Grace March was washing windows, On
the inside Chauncy Mathias, clerk, commanded Mary Metzger, chief bell-hop, to
show a gentleman up to 318 and also to tell two maids, Irma Beale and Mary
Thomas, to clean up 212. I seated myself and gazed about the lobby. There was
Alice Moreland, disappointed in love, leading the life of a mranicurist, and Grace
Newton pounding a typewriter as public sterrographer The elevator boy
proved to be Hazel Brown Howard Smith rn the role of page hurried past call
ing loudly lllr Garb call for Mr Gerb I was told by the gentleman seated
next m that this Mr Geob was president of Armour r Company
Glarrclng out the window I saw a monstrous 1lI110SlIl6 drawing up to the
curb rn front of the shop next door In order to get a better view I left th
hotel and wandered out on the sidewalk Behind the vsheel sat John Wenger rn
chaffeurs uniform From the rear compartment emerged Mildred ulneberger
now Mrs Pierpont D Astorourlt followed by her mald Jane Stocker carrying
lV1rsAstorbu lt s qrmese poodle on a srlk cushion Mary Tennant also in maid s
uniform answered the door a. sthex entered the shop A sign over the door
'l'Hl NlcDLRlllO'1T SISTP RN
Desrvntrs and Makers of Fancy Gowrrs
Yew York larls London
I turned and looked across the street lhere came the Rev James O Dodd
minister ofthe Gospel Determined to have a few words with him I started to
cross the street when without warnmg I noticed a motor car rapidly bearing
down upon nre with a strangely famrlrar face behind the wheel I had no time
to escapeandvas instantly hurled from my fcet strrkrng my head against the
trunk of the apple tree
Isat up startled The city was gone Nlght was fast approachlng and
I was left alone to watch the last red rays of a golden sun fade anddleon the
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Chatter-Box Hag.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..MYRTLE ENGLISH
Idol.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. MARGARET PAGIL
Oh-Johnny.. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . MILDRED DEIBEL
You Cannot Shake That Shimmy Here .. .. .. SCHOOL BOARD
Somebody Stolf'My Girl .. .. .. .. .5 .. .. .. RUSS. KNISELY
Mind The Paint Girl . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. AUGUSTA FULMER
K-K--K-,Katy .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. BILL LEGGETT
Smiles...... .. .. .. .. ... BUCK MCINTOSH
Till We Meet Again.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. PHILA. and DOVER..
RaggingtheChopsticks.. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ....MR.KIRK
Nobody Loves a Fat Mian .. .. .. .. .. .. . ..CHUBBY WINTERS
A Good Man is Hard to Find .. .. .. .. . .. MISS FELTON
The Navy Wiil Bring Him Back .. .. .. .. .. CELESTIA ANKNEY
Please Don't Take My Harem Away .. .. .. .. . . .. DON URFER
I'l1 Be Happy When the Preacher Makes You Mine .. .. ..JOHN REISER
Waitingfor You .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. MR. WEISS
Golden Gates Open For Me .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. HEN LIEISER
TheVamp .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. JANE ANDREWS
Say,Boys I'veFoundaGirl.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. ..HECKY
TheGir1sI've Met...... .. .. .. .. .. ......SWOPE
What Are You Going to Do Tomorrow Evening? .. RUSS BEICHLY
My Gal .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...ED, GOULDER
Somebody Misses Somebody's Kisses .. .. . .. .. ..EDITH GRAY
You'd Be Surprisied .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. HEN KEPLINGER
AlcoholicB1ues.................... .. JOSH.GRIMM
Your Eyes Have Told Me So .. .. .. .. .. .. .. MR. AKE
Where DoWe Go From Here? .. .. .. .. . . .. SENIORS
I Want My Old Girl Back .. .. .. .. .. .. .. CARL GEIB
Moonlight in Monkeyland .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. MARY GETZ
Follow the Girls Around .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. JOE HURST
.Iohnny's in Town .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . MARY TENNANT
Oh! TheWo1nan In Roo-m 13.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..BOB NICKELS
If I'm Not At The Roll Call tAttendance ROOIIU .. .. RUBBER WILLIAMS
1t's A Pretty Little Think .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. GEORGE KURTZ
Daddy Long Legs .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ....HOWARD SMITH
Jerry.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . ... .. HELEN GEISER
Friends.......................... .. MARIA,NandPERRY
Pretty Polly.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. POLLY WENGER
BrightEyes.... .. .. .. ., .. .. ..MARYSNYDER
They Are All Out. of Step But Jim .. .. .. . . .. .. .. ELMA BROOKS
Comprenez-Vous Papa? .. .. .. .. ,.. .. .. g.. .. .. .. .. MISS WEISS
Get Busy Over Here or Over There .. .. .. . .. .. . . . .. . .MR, FRAZIER
Curly Locks.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... HRUSSELLRICKETTS
When You Hold Me In Your Arms .. .. .. .. .. .. RUTH DEMING
This is No Place For a Minister's Son .. .. .. ..GEORGE BEERS
She Was Not So Bad For a Country Girl .. . . .. NELLIE GLASS
Oh! WhataPalWasMary.. ,. .. .. .. .. ... NMARY LOOMIS
KissMeAgain.... .. .. . . . ...MARCELLADICK
A Little Birch Canoe and You .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. RUSSELL CHRISTIE
You're a Great Big Blue Eyed Baby .. .. .. .. .. .. GRACE NEWTON
The Wild, VVilid Women are Making a Wild Man of Me .. .. .. PAT DONAHUE
I Wasn't Scared, But I Just Thot That I Had Better Go .. .. CLIFF WEBSTER
Take Me Back To Sweetheart Land .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. MISS POLAND
GoAway Boys! .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..SARAH AESCHILMANN
TheWea.ri11gofthe Green.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. MARY GETZ
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Jimmy Morris scowled as he looked out of the window of the school-room.
"What they make fellow come to school, on a day like this, is more than I
can see," he muttered to himself.
Outside he could hear the bees buzzing and humming. A soft brceze rus-
tled the papers onhis desk. and he scowled again as he laid a book on them.
From the window he could see the birds ilitting from trees, which were clothed
in dresses of bright green, He could not see the swimming hole from where he
satg but the mere thought of it made him sigh. He could hear the splash as
some one dived from the low limb of a tree, into the clear cool water, and the
sound of their voices was borne clearly to him.
He turned his gaze from the window and looked around the school-room.
It seemed dark and dirty after looking outside Where everything was so fresh
and clean. He gazed around to see what he could do, when something fell on
his desk. It was a note.
He glanced at the teacher to see if she had noticed it. but she was busy
explaining a problem in arithmetic to one of the students. He opened and read:
What do you say if we play hooky and go
swimming this afternoon? It's too nice to stay
in this old place and study. Bill and Johnny are
going with me. What do you say? Answer right
He turned his head cautiously, and seeing the coast clear, noddedg
whereupon the young gentleman to whom he nodded, went through all sorts of
motions and gymnastics to express his delight.
That noon Jimmy gulped his lunch and hurried away in the direction of
the school-room. When he turned the bend in the road, he whistled and three
heads popped through the bushes. When they saw him, they gave a. wa.r-whoop,
as he climbed over the fence they started running for the old swimming hole.
The water was clear and cool. Around it were many large trees and bush-
es. On one side was a tree which had a limb just right for diving. On the ops
posite side was one of the same species, It had a low limb also, but it was used
used to hide some culprit who was afraid of being caught.
It was deserted whenthey reached it. They quickly undressed and were
soon splashing in the cool waters.
"Gee, this is great ain't it Jimmy?' Better'n stayin' in that old school
house with an old crab of a teaob.er,' said Skinny.
'You bet," said Jimmy, diving from the limb of the tree that hung over
Suddenly a 'pit-pat' was heard. The boys who had been lying on the
bank rolling in the mud quickly dive-d into the water. The footsteps came near
er and nearer, and Jimmy, who was sihvering with fear and cold. hid under the
the large branch of which I told you,
He heard a rustling in the bushes behind which he had hidden his clothes.
Suddenly one of the boys said.
I bet it s a. dog fellows' and as he spoke Jimmy caught sight of a large
dog running across the meadow with something it its mouth. Jimmy u ondered
what It could be.
Suddenly he turned and swam to the shore. The boys saw him disappear
behind the bushes. They looked at each other and Bill finally broke the silence
I wonder what is the matter with him?
reached him they found him hunting franctically behind all the bushes.
A yell from Jimmy soon brought the boys out of the water. When they
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"VVhat's the matter with you, anyhow?" asked Skinny.
And Jimmy, half crying, answered. "I ca,n't find my clothes!"
"What?" the boys yelled together.
"Can't find your clothes?"
Then Johnny spoke,
"I'll just bet that's what that old dog had in its mouth."
"Gee whickets, what you gonna. do?"
"What'll your mother say?"
"I'll bet you get a licking from your dad!"
This was the only comfort Jimmy got from the boys and it frightneed him
While the boys had been talking, someone had crept up and now broke
into the conversation.
"I just thought you boys would be here." said someone behind them. The
boys whirled around and behold there stood the truant officer, All of the boys
grabbed their clothes and ran for' dear lifeg poor Jimmy stood trembling with fear-
He began to shiver, for the truant officer was walking toward him when
he heard someone calling,
"Ji1nmy! Jimmy! Ii't time to get up!
He blinked his eyes, then opened them and sat up in bed. He was still
trembling with fear.
"Gee, if that was only a dream, l'd hate it to be real. Yours truly won't
be caught playing hooky any more," he said to himself as he crawled out of bed.
That morning as Jimmy sat in his seat by the window and heard the shouts
of some of the boys, he remembered his dreamg but the thought of the swimming
hole did not make him sigh as it had in his dream.
BUT THE SENIORS
Everybody Works but the Seniors,
And they sit around all day
Making fun o'f the Freshmen,
Of all they do and say.
Seniors never study
They are far too bright.
Everybody works in our school
But' the fourth year parasites.
Everybody Works but the seniors,
They-loaf around all day
Thinking about commenceement
Not very far away.
Cut half their recitations
Teachers say, "Alas-"
Everybody Works in our H. S.
But the Senior Class,
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hast night I had the strangest dream
I stood at Heaven 's gate
J mist how I got tihere I don 't know
But I arrived there late.
While there l saw the strangest sights
That ever one did see-
Miss Hurst was at St- Peterfs side,
She hardly glanced at me.
I no more got within the door
But what I saw Miss Myer,
She led the angel orchestra,
And Mr. Campe the choir.
At lunch Miss Shaweker I found,
She was the angel cook.
And also Mr. Slo'e was there,
He kept the open book.
Miss Weiss, with rag and brush in hand,
VVashed down the golden stair.
Miss Stockwell, in an apron large,
Was dusting everywhere.
Oh' Sad the fate of Mr LXl'e
He had the dirty part
lIm mme ilonv and cleaned the streits
And pushed a little cart'
You know that up above the clouds
It ,gets so verw cold
So M1 VVBISS kept up the fires,
Unlike the ones below
And I41a71er ww as the carpenter
There was vreat work for him
For Poland when she came to heaven,
Pulled the gate from off its hinfve
Xliss Pitterson and Miss Hosick botn
Thev tlew around on gauzx wing
XVIIIIOHIZ a sinvle care'
I looked, and lool ed and looked in vain
It 19 too sad to tell
But Mr Kirk the poor deor bov,
Had lone been sent to Well'
I mst pulled out mv handkerchief
To cry at this sad news
Wh4 n I iwoke ind knew mv dream
Fo welsh rarebit was duel
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I long to be out Where the breeze blows cool
Where the dry grasses sway,
Where the field sparrdws stay
As they chatter and chirp through the livel-ong day.
Ay! I long to hunt for the first birds of Spring,
But my weapons are not the rifle and sling.
They would be these-field glasses, one pair.
To sight the birds as they pause in the air,
I would not have a gun, but a camera with springs
That would "shoot" them ere they tool'
refuge on wings.
The second great hunt is one which will last
'Till the sun warns us that our lunch hour is past,
Our trophies consist of: the violet shy,
NVith a face as blue as June 's fairest sky,
The rose, the blood-root, the trilluium tall,
Are ladies fair enough to grace a king's hall.
Fleet must We be on the third great chase
If we will keep up with the butterf'ly's pace.
For weapons we need a pair of bright eyes,
A long handled net to enfsnare the bright prize.
Last of all, fleet feet with which to chase
And capture that fairy witth Wings of drawn lace.
Then open! prison gates of school,
And I'll away where the breeze blows cool,
And the trout 's favorite brook,
The violet's shady nook,
Will be knowledge not gained from books.
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Lhapel IS over, and what IS more
I make a bolt for the outslde dofor
But belore I go out I look around
To see lf Ake at the corner may be
For a Nery trlcky fellow IS he
He may at the corner take h1s stand
Xvlth nothmg nothlng Wlthm h1s hand
Yet Wlth hls grip he could make me fade
Fade, yes fade, to a n1uch darker shade
But 1f at he corner he may be
I duck b6l11I1d 1 11108 blg trec
And when down the street, he turns ha head
I fro the alley wav lnsteadl
And under the back porch I Wlll fmd,
Balt and hook and plentv of l1ne
And then on the rlver banks I ll lay
Ilreannng rf lads at school that day
'Now' My Watch says half past SIX
Now I m 111 an awful f1Xl
No supper for me t0H1ght I fear
That s whlt I get for lylng here
Put hook and lme IH proper place
VVould father behlnd the back door stand
Ready to SWIHQI that Wlcked hand'7
I open the door' There s not a sound'
Waueht but the bark of a nelghbor s hound
Then after I turned on the hgrht
My eyes beheld a QIOFIOIIS slgfht
For rlght before me sat some platms
Upon Whuh was somethlng no one hatl
Why should I go Wnhout supper tomgh V
Whv should I agamst starvatwn flghtl
For upon the table before mv eyes
Were two dt-,'l10l0lIS pumpkln p1esY
Then after I had hlt the hav
The kltchen door dld open sway
And I'a'her s VOICE so brave and bolc.
Just made me turn sh sh shlverlng eolcl
Then to deep slumber I dld gzo
how ask me no more, for no more do I know
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The years and days were passing fast
As through New Phila. High Schoofl passed
A youth, who bore beneath his arm
A book which had at magic charm,
"A Latin Horse."
Ilis brow was deep, his eye beneath
Faltered, and chattered did his teeth,
As like the clang elf fire bell rung
The accents of that Well known tongue
"What is that book?"
In snappy eyes he saw the light
OF raging fires gleam fierce and bright
Above, the anger of the teacher shone
And from his lips escaped a groan,
"1 don 't know what."
"Try not the lie!" the teacher said.
Dark lowered the tempest o'er his head
The roaring voice was deep and wide
And weak the scared youth 's voice replied,
c'I'll tell the truth."
"Just wait," the teacher said. "and you
NVill find what I with you will do."
A tear stood in his bright blue- eye
But still he answered with a sigh.
Beware the teacher's with'ring glanccg
Beware her awful avalancheg
And if you wish to be a fool,
Oh, take this book into the school,
" A Latin Horse."
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Who nes er idiled to trvg
In everi tfhk aesigned to doh
ehe trlumphed hue and bye.
Shi owning.-ited Latin verbs
With little ht Slldtl0Ilg
In lib bhe was the br-igfhtest star
Of that bright constellation.
In math she never failed to some
in pmblun fir cqufitionj
A fraction she could simplify
Ry lucid dsmonstration-
Xt List .fi brisk vias given her
Phfmt pioud he lnnitatiouj
It mlght haw been an easy ont,
1-for blmkespefire s mental station.
X poem ehe was fuked to writt
A nfumtlve fl lmllfid:
the tht ught and worried day .ind night '
And wc aku Urns and pallid.
I llill at last distracted quite
flier' te ws did plainly show itl
X girl a pr em cannot Write
I nlesu Qhe 5 boin at poet.
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One time when I was eleven years old, my parents and I took a trip to
Marietta. We went as far as Westfield on the train, and thcn decided to go
from there on down the river by boat,
We started bright and early the next morning and as soon as we gat on
noard, I made friends with a boy and girl about my age. We played around
the deck until we were well down the river. Then the boy said, "I can do
something you girls are afraid to do." So saying he climbei the railing of the
boat and sat astride of it. Of course we did not want to be left out, so he,
the boy, climbed down, and Mlary, which was the gi,r1's name, and I started to
climb up. We got safely astride when all of a sudden I lookrd down into the
swirling water, got strangely sick, and felt myself slipping, until at last I fell,
and the waters closed around me! My lungs were bursting and the last thing
I heard was my 1nother's screams.
The next thing I knew was that I was lying in a little white bed in our
cabin. My fath-er.mother and a white haired physician wcre binding over me,
Whcn I opened my eyes, they all breathed a sigh of relief.
I learned afterward that a. young man, a college athlete, had been near,
and without a moment's hesitation he had removed shoes, hat and coat and div-
ed after me. They threw hiin a life saver from the ship and pulled us up to the
He refused any reward but, you may be sure received the warmest and sin-
cerest expression of gratitude from both myself and my parents.
Uur Mail Man
brings, but also with his cheerful ways.
One rainy day, I was sitting on the porch in a very sullcn mood, Lecause
we had planned to go away and on account of the weather we had to remain at
home, While I was sitting on the porch, I glanced down the street and thcre I
'saw the the mail man plodding through the rain. When he drew nearer I could
hear him whistling just the salme as if the sun was shining ever so brglitly.
As he came on the porch, he sadi, "cheer up, brighter days will dawn for you."
He icsumed his whistling as he trod through the little streams of water that had
collected on the sidewalk.
After he left, I sat in a study, thinking how happy and contented he was,
when he could have been dismalg and how dlismal I was when I had nothing to
be gloomy about. So I decided to cheer up and make the same impression on
other people as the mail man had made on me,
Our mail man is very cheerful, He cheers you not only with the :zizzil he
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"Down in Shelb ille"
Not many years ago, a strange character entered upon the scene in our
He was a tall, well built man of thirty-five winters, His face had a deter-
mined look upon it, especially his eyes, which looked as if the one were deter
mined to see what the other was doing, His nose was of the Roman sort, and
his chin and cheek bones large and prominent. His voice was like that of a
song bird which agreed with his occupation. On his head he raised the most
beautiful crop ot blown han but sorry to say, it looked as if a porcupine had
camped there and had gone away leaving his top covering all set for battle.
He had a tlne xmce and knew music to a "T," He would come into the
music period swin ing his art1f1c1'1l lower limb, like the mechanical dolls we
ee at the circus m carnlvals He often told us that "down in Shelbyville"
he had such good singers and musicians, while some of us could not carry a
tune ln a buckmt Ot course x e all enjoyed compliments like that, and he
cmowed giving them Then up would go his hands for the music to start and
at the snap of his fingers we would begin to sing, while he knocked dents ir
Mr Specks music rack or waved his arms recklessly in the air, beating time
tor us And when he bec-aint very enthusiastic. he would put his head down.
double his flsts and wave his arms until one thought he would make a goofl
He liked to chew gum and although our principal and teachers would
trequently tell us to leave our gum at home, our friend always had to chew
gum to the tune we were singing or he was not happy.
At tne end of that vear this valuable person drifted from our midst, and.
more than nk ly is swinging his music stick, "Down in Shelbyville!
The Bumble Bee
The humble hte lS a dusky rover
He wanders through the air
He sails the sea ol fragrant clover
And finds .1 harbor there.
He mains love to the pansies
Xu ardent wooer he,
Xml then he ll change his fancies-
Xh' he s a heartless bee.
When the day IS bright and sunny
And the bufls burst in the bowers
He comes and sips the honey
Wrorn the 11pS of the fragrant flowers.
But when thc summer is over,
And the Winter blasts do blow,
Phe earth will welcome her tardy rover
and bury hun Ear below.
Allce L Murray-'
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JACK COLLINS V 1 4111 ll
WILLIAM HOWARD V i 41 I 111
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E I' 1' 1' s i tl c ll 1 VARHLIA IIOLLETT
E V i Q t' - I' r tl s i tl 0 ll t JOHN XVENGFIR
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2 'l'1'1':1su1'c-1' MARY TIIOMAS 2
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3 This year, under the direction of our French Teacher, Mademoiselle Weiss. E
I a French Club was organized. The purpose of this club was to improve our g
5 conversational French. Only one restriction was made for membership-that 2
. all members had mastered at least one year of the French language. 2
A constitution was adopted which provided among other things that a mem- :
, ber of the French Club must have mastered at least one year of French, that 5
a fine of one cent be iinposeti for each English word spoken during the time 2
. when Frcnch is to be spoken, and that a member on being absent from the 2
E "Le Mondo Francais" was adopted as the name and "La Fleur-de-lis" as 2
f meetings for three consecutive times has his name taken from the roll. 2
the flower and emblem of the club. :
2 Although very little has been accomplished this year, we have laid the 2
5 foundation for a club, which we hope will be a great success for our French 2
E "ca1narades" of another year. 2
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Under the capable supervision of Mr. Campe, the Gir1's Gliee Club has
shown marked improvement this last year. The Glee Club, although large at
the beginning ot the year, has only twenty-five members at present. The Club
though small in number has rendered several musical programs which were
greatly appreciated, The Club has been asked tosing at several Churches and
the girls are working hard in order that they may present a program which will
be pleasing and enjoyable. Although many members will leave, the Club prom
ises to be a good one next year.
lfelvstia Ankney Ada Pfeiffer
V irginia Hartman Catherine Stull I
Thelma Wilkinson Mildred MaeDerinott
lwatlieriiie Sherer Winona Borden
Mary Thomas A Elsie McConnell
Sarah Aesehlinian Roma Campe
Ida liorenze 'l'helm,a KQYHCF
Opal Knight Anguwa Fulmer
liolilie Baker Pauline Bigler
Ilelen Pedlar Frances Fribley
Grace Briggs Esther Linder
li1'i1C0 March Flnrciice Norman
lincilc White Cora Aebersofld
Floreiice Roser Margaret Lee
Wilma Scott Irina Kaiser
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F o o t - Ball
Xt llll close 111 the 1 aol xe1r1f 1918-1919 N. I. H. S lost l1lI"O11,4Il2
1 Pldllqtll I1 some of the b '1tl1l6 e who ever Wore her uniform. These
I1 111 1 1111111 111 th It 1 1 1111 ir power to keep up the name and repu-
1 11 Il o ie c1ool is 1 1lWf11s 11111 case YVllGIlll1E'l1?Cl men are or-
1111 '1 uithdrfiw ue wh 1 111111 11 b1hin1j1, wondered if it would be possi-
l1l1 lo fill tl111r pl1ces Put by looking' over the records 1:'f the 1liffcr1-111.
1 l1let11 XL 1r I am sure the11 plf1c1s were filled.
Thi wear s foo ball t am has arecord of which the school is and
Sl10lll.Cl be Justly proud When a call was issued for football candidates
11 tiall forty four men re ponded It is true that nearly all these me11
v11re 1 reen but un1l1 r the direc 1011 of Coach Dale Empfield they soon
learned the fundumental prlnclples of football, so that early in the sea-
son tl11se on1 time green n1e11111splaye1l a form Which made teams edm-
posed of veteran players taste defeat
The team thls vc ar led by Capta n Chauncy Mathias Went through
the season with onlv two defeats '1IcKinley High of Canton and Raven
H1 h of Youngstown being' the onlv two schools able to t11rn the trick.
kslde 110111 losmw tv1o names the season was a brilliant success. The
te1m was composed of the follow 111 men:
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F' bCHEAR- 21
C1 f1pta1n Plectj
RI TLFDGE- 20
1 NIXON 21
T NIATHIAS- 20
I1 RICKETTS- 20
II HURbT 21
B BFICHLY- 22
5l1bS'l1tlltC, Gl1dI'Ll--BEl1'll'10lII16l1-- 21
Substltute H1lf l73.Cli-K11HI18d5'M- 2,
Subshtute IIalf-back-Heck- 21
Fo thes1 men goes the 1101101 of utablishing a new state record. '1hi.,
they accompl1she1l bv defeatmg the highly touted Caldwell team by a
score of 1 14-0 beatlng the DTGVIOIIS state record of 148-0 by one t0llC1l
1101111 By the record which th1se 1111n established they not only up-held
the good nainc of th1 school b11t 1'llS6Cl the previous standard. I am sure
that We who 01r'111u1te this Nldl 11 IW behind 11s our best Wishes to Capt
ain elect Schear and lns cohorts for a highly successful season.
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Two' weeks after the close of the foot ball season a call Was issued by
coaches Ako and Kirk for basket-ball candidates. Some fifty of sixty
men responded and after a Weekh trial this number was reduced to fif-
teen. From this squad the warsity was selected. The team this year un-
der the leadership of Captain Carl Geib had one of the best seaiions re-
corded in the history of the school. It is true that they lost to Sieuben-
ville and Barberton, but the writer of this article feels thathe in not ofer
ing' an alibi for these defeats when he says that had Phila. received her
share of the breaks in these games thc outcome would have been diferent.
This years varsity was composed of the following men: , 2 .
R, P. cans H '20 qcaprainp ' '
li. F. HITRST -- '21 .
C. KNISEIJY - '20 z
li. G. SCHEAR - '21 3
R. G. RUTLEIJGE - '20 Q
KEPIJINCER -'21 CSubstituteD 5
PFEIFFER - '21 CSubstituteD Q
ISEICHLY - '22 CSubstituteD V -
NVhilc this year is basket ball team did not establish at state record
they accomplished a thing' that has been the aim of basket-ball teams for ,
several years. tho defeat of the strong' Cambridge High team by a score of 4
18--17. This one achievement meant a great deal not only to the men
who accomplished it but also to the school, for it placed another star in
the already brilliant crown of Phila. High. To'Keplinger, Captain elect,
and the members oif next year's team go :mr best wishes for a brilliant
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vozivllvs as Miss Polaml and Miss Sliziwvlieif. The svzison fp-lwiivcl with zi
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NSIDE I FORMATIO
By N. O. BRAINS
Including Interesting I
terns of Insignificant
JIM D-"Want to hear somethin' fun-
BILL S,-"Sure, go ahead, talk!"
Farmer Sweany in Agriculture - "I
reckon all this talk about Pure Bred
Sires is all right, but a mighty good
way t' increase the value of a scrub
cow is to cross her with a railroad
OPAL K.-"Say, Augusta, are you go-
ing to choke yourself with that high
A. F.-"No! I just didn't have enough
powder to powder my neck!"
RUSS K,-"Where are your proofs?"
GEO, K.-"I put them in the joke
MYRTLE ENG.-"Doctor, I have such
a tired feeling all the time and I want
PHYSICIAN-"Let me see your ton-
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DOT. K.-Speaking of dates.-'Tin
full up now,"
LADY-"What are you doing now?"
MISS GREGSON-"Ohl I'm disciplin
arian at the High School."
Can you imagine it?
MR. AKE, talking to the coughing
student body-"And to prevent spread-
ing the disease, do not cough in the
presence of other people,"
KIRK lin Civicsl - "Was the town
G. EARL-"No-! Republican!"
Ida Lorenze's favorite song is "MickA
ey." We wonder why.
"What is a philosopher?
JIM R.-"A three wheeled bicycle."
L, EVANS-"How does it come that I
have a red nose and I don't drink any-
thing but pop ?'
KIRK--'fThat's why you have so many
"What is the average' in-come?" asked
the in-come tax man.
"Well", replied Mr. Kirk, "I should say
Frances White to Frazier-"Have you
a short yard stick?"
Miss Weiss to Edgar N.-'iEdgar, put
tha ehevsing gum Ill the waste has
Edgar Dont you think that is intel
feiing with one s personal liberty?
WEISS What is light?
BILL L Light IS the abs nee of
Wes Ripley to Campn What do we
CAMPE Echo de Naple
WES Gosh' I just played that!
MISS W What tense would I al
ways study my lesson be in"
STUD Present tense
MISS W I always study my lesson
perfectly Give the tense of this
BEEF HOWARD Pretense'
M BAHMER- Oh' Say I am deeply
in love wlth two fellows in this high
ANOTHER GIRL- Who?
M B Bob Anderson and John Ken
brances W to Bob Nichols in back of
machine For heavens sake Bob
hurry up and get get vour hands warm
SFUD What do you study about 1n
C MATHIAS O' We just study
about nothing and try to get the mean
mg out of it
FELTON Yes if you crawl into a
featherbed it will protect you against
C STANFIELD Oh Then you could
nt electrocute a chicken
'VI S CSee1ng one of the Cole tWlHS,
Which one of the twins IS thls one?
L B The other ones brother
MISS PAT Which is correct? Leona
and me or Leona and I"
RUSS B Thlngs equal to the same
thing are equal to each other
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IN SOLID GEOM.
MR. W E I S S-"Charles, what is Ll
CHAS. S-HA place where they lacrp
Lloyd Whitlach, when asked why his
hand was bandagecl, replied, "Oh! Sat
urday, I got tired cutting cabbrge for
Sauer-kraut so I ran my hand over the
cutier to get out of the job!"
Miss Poland asked Hen Leisfr IF
HE REMEMBER WHEN DURING
THE CIVIL WAR, the colonists used
the Worthless money.
Chief Espich to C. Geib-"What do
you mean by walking across the Court
House lawn ?.Can't you read the sign?"
C. G,-"Sure!. It says 'Fine for Trcs-
passingl' " -
TEACHER-"What is the difference
between adding and subtracting in al..
PUPIL - "Well, when you add, you
subtractg and when you subtract you
MISS POLAND Cln Englishl-"How
would you punctuate the sentence,
'There goes a pretty girl"?"
FRESHIE-"I would make a dash af-
ter the girl!"
DON U.-"Father, what is the mean-
ing of the Board of Education?"
Mr, U.-Why, son, when I was a boy,
it was a nice piece of shingle.
BOB ANDERSON-"The Renaissance
was a law passed against the mer:
chants of England".
TEACHER-"An Indian wife is called
a squaw. Can any one tell me what
a baby is called ?"
BRIGHT STUDENT-"A squawkerf'
GEO. K.-"To prove that my gal loves
Proof: I love my gal. All the
world loves a lover.
Therefore:-My Gal loves me.
Miss Weiss says that some people
ore noted for their poise. We are
with you, Mlle, BUT-we also main-
tain that others are noted for their
avoirdupois. For instance-
The question before the house is.
"Who wrote Shakespeare?"
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Smile and the world smiles with you, talking age and whispering lovers
Snore and you sleep alone. made! "
ll A. WRIGH.T+"Metonomy implying
MISS FELTON- War is a great lev- , , ' ,
filer." We agree. So is a steam rol- togollffivhlgeflzlgi :Egg front so Dar'
ier. ' '
Mr. Weiss to J. Reiser-"Gee! I do rwigre :Orrypw sfly that resist
feel depressed. a e I e eros.ne .ampsw FY a .
, are not especially bright, they are of-
, REISER-Yes I know, but 3 oornok ten turned downg usually smokey and
2 help a man out when heys In frequently go out at night.
2 ,H A typical female monologue occuring
. FOOLISH QUESTION NO' 45603 any time between 8:00 and 8:30.-
f How much wood would zl woofl pcck HIS it mtg?"
er pvck if a wood pecker would peck "Got any powder?"
wood? He would do as much as a "Know your Latin ?"
dcw drop do if a dew drop do drop dew "Say, were you at the opera last
Waitress to Kirk in popular Dennison ..L2?:t1he a pencil ,.
confectionery-"Crushed nut, sir? .Got 3 pin?., '
KIRK-"No No! Just shell shock!" "So long! See you at noon!"
SCEN TRQGQPY roi oN?hAoT h CAN YoU IMAGINE-
, E- us IC sea. 'nea o'er ang- 4 - 1,
ing boughs, Entire scene bathed in Roma Campe jvlthout hor curtls
silvery moonlight. Oean Roby W1 Ihout a cigarette.
TIME-Mid June. 11:30 P. M. Jlm Dodd fuamag? .
REISER-"Will you marry me?" Margaret Page fliffmg? M 1 1 U
DUTCH-l:Naw, we-u let the preacher Dot Kennredy without her triangle
ao that!" Smile-
C u r t 3, i n Kate Walters singing in Chapel?
', ' 1 ' t
' G. DAvls-HI would like a book on Thelgifflfh gms not ta kmg abou
currenttopicsf' ' .
FRAZIER-"Here is something new on George not tryan? ti be unny
house wiring., Rubber WLI ams stu y ng.
h Art Seebach without his "specs"?
A smart youg chemistry toug M M t -th t h . - ?
Mixed up some wonderful stuff. la? gzgzr W1 fr grm
And then with a, smile, Ga yo ear OH Sml ng'
Dropped a match in the via1-- MISS HURST an English,-.What is
They Vo loootoo a tooth and a ooo- the meaning of the word 'finance' ?"
H 0 t St U f f JIM RlcE-'fA Man g"
"Going to school is like making love , ,
to a widows, A FRESHMANS COMPOSITION
"You can't over do it-but you can do OF GEESE
' it over' "A geese is a heavy set bird with a
head OH 9119 S1d'9 and 3. tall OII the
,, . ,, other. It s feet are set so far back on
What 'S astrapophobia its running gear that they almost miss
Astralwilhobia or astrophobia. accord- his body. Some geese is genders with
ing to the doc- is an antipathy Or ailuf- ii curl in their tail. Genders don't lay
ophlbia or abnormal sensitiveness to eggs or Set, they just eat, loaf nad go
the approch of thunderstorms. Whew! Swimming, If 1 had to be a geese 1
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D y ' me-Give me liberty or give me death.
R, D.-"Four players and a center." '
Oh! Russell. Qot, K. is put on the committee at
first meeting of debate club,
MISS STOCKWELL-"What is the fig- Mr. KIRK-"We could have a meeting
ure of spieechin, 'The hawthorne bush of the committee tonight, but I guess
with seats beneath the shade, for K-ennedy is out for foot-ball.
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GEORGE KURTZ Hn Histo yl And
when he got down from Illilklllg a
speech on Bryant
In Phvslcs If you pour on quart of
water on another quart in 't vessel
what is the result?
JOHN W Two quam ts'
A M Where did Rubber Williams
get that hump on his back?
ANOTHER STUD S m o lt 1 n g
D EDWARDS tin LIlgllShJ My love
is like a red red rose
MISS PATF Tell all about the Cas
M BAKER W ll near t h
WEISS- Why havent you got your
SEEBACH I couldnt handle those
Speaking of grafting Men Shanley
If you graft a lemon to a sugai
one ought to get lemonade
R This letter is from my glrl
goes to school ln Massachusetts
S e is godng to be a Gym fJlII1J teach
ONE STUDENT Blue eyed babies
never have good personality
HE L Well I was a blue eyed baby
OFHER STUDENT A b s o lu t
MISS F tln Physicsl We dont set
all the hot a1r do we?
C P No we hear most of it
M THOMAS treading shorthandl
When I was a little boy
SLOE finteruptingl How long ago
was that Miss Thomas?
SLOE- fshorthandl How do you
wrlte understand 'P
R DIENST Put under over t h
George Kurtz has come to the con
clusion that Edgar A Poe must have
b en crazy because he wrote Ravm
LAURA B My head IS cold
BILL K Sit on It
MISS WEISS- Pupils take y o u r
QUACK KURTZ Where to?
In Agriculture each pupil was to
write on a piece of paper the kind ol
chicken they liked best and why.
Gert. Scott wrot- I like Rhode Is-
land Red the best because it gives
1..ore milk than the Holstein.
MR, WEISS- From which side of a
leaf is water lost?
IRESHIE- From the lower side.
WEISS- How do you know?
FRESHIE- All right from the upper
side then' I don t want to start an ar-
HELEN E... How far were you from
the right answer to the fifth ques-
R. L, tDefinitelyJ- Just two seat'
Mary had a little lamb
A very small thin slice,
For it was all she could afford
At the prevailing price.
VIR. AKE- Young man you have not
been working this month!
R. HERRON- Yes sir I w o 1 k e d
every night after school.
R. H- Kuenzlis Meat Market.
M. SNYDLR Un U. S. Historyl... Why
is it a candidate is always referred to
as running for office?
HEN L,- Because theres usually a
doubt about his getting it in a w'1lk.'
M. GETZ- Why do they send base-
ball n en to the navy instead of the
HELKX-'Why I guess so they can
steal submarine bases.
MARY- Say Hecky is there such a
thing as a sub. base in base-ball?
Speaking of Anaesthetic. Harold
Kurtz- My father gave that to a man
once but he s dead now.
ANNA S.- Did a fellow ever go homo
M RRY F.- Yes Julius Ceasar.
FRAZIER- Your solution is as clear
RE-D H.- Well that c o v e r s the
ground doesnt it?
BILL- I believe that there was on-,.
case of nearly perpetual motion. It
was when a calf swallowed a match
and ran for five years with only los-
ing a few minutes.
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MISS F,-"What is the center of grav- MIM and DON. Mini-"Um! Um! I 2
ity?" can't get my breath." I
PUPII,-"The center of gravity is , . '
where the weight is consecrated." fied Fist Qljusade bg Geal Reei- 3
Roma comes il1t0 the drawing room t IL E eg Saw sltlsakeng' t .ey g
all .Im ups, oo o Heir s oes, an oo t e city 3
by storm. 5
MR' C'-Kfwhg, are you so extmva- E. M, S. flmpersonating Bassanio in 2
gantly attlred. , ..MerChant of Venicem, - .Tum to g
BOMA-"Why. Daw, Swone 13 COIH- where your lady is and claim her with
HIS d0WIl-" a loving kiss." tThen with more spirit
MR.. C.-"Well, when I went to see to Miss Hurstl "Well, should I kiss
your mother, she wore plain dresses, her?"
Ctc., BIC." K. S,, alias Portia, blushes very deep- I
ROMA-"Oh! My goodness, papa, but ly-
look what she got." -
MISS WEISS-"Yes, 'tardy' m e a n s
P. W.- "How do they know that atoms late, but what expression do we use
are that small, if they can't see a sin- when we are late?"
819 One?" PFEIFFEIR--HS. O. L,"
WEISS-"Why do you think?" 1 , H
P. W.-"I don't think along such lines" xi:SA:1?1f,3,5WELL- Darley' W h 0
q'EACHER -UA fool can ask m 0 I- ,, D. E.-"He WGS EDDiB'S G0d-II'l0l1heI'."
questions than a wise man can ans- MISS STOCKWELI Humor Eng.,
wer' "James what is a'parasite?"
SCHOLAR-"Thats why so many of J RISE .Something that lives on
us Hunk' something else-.Beichley is one!"
NELLIE G.- ttelling about her foun- U
tain pen getting dryl "I'nI going to FOQAND- ghoy HOW gint potitoof
take the bottle along tonight." 'o e groun and ralse em 011 oo'
HEN L.-"That's nothing, the Indians ,
"Return tL'Abbe Constantine' to Ike used to plant fish and raise corn." 2
Wenger." l U Q
Now what do you suppose Ike wants SUJPOUP an Phys- Geoo- what S
with a, priest? 15 'oe' 3
LLOYD FL-"Hard water!"
AKE tTo Coshocton Gir1's Coachi-
"When I was down there they always 'WVEISS KIRK had 3, 310.9 Akef'
played boy's rules."
C. COACH-"Well, they don't since BERTHA M. 112230 Sllndiiy nightl-
thgy got a peal Coach," "Here is your-hat and overcoat, De,
but you needn't be in a hurry."
G. fReD0'rting on book M 1 ' ' d'ff'
in Steno! "About one third of thewrneu Frzpositiorfy-Slflfilippaigfgo Q2 yzjulign
ln. this World aro H0 good- Why' get this into your heads, you will have
SLOE UHt9I'11Dt1I1g7-'ATOIO Dad, alld the whole thing in a. nut shell."
this is leap year, toof'
FIRST STUD.-"I d h 11 th
Miss POLAND tln senior Eugnsm-. teachers Smile at mfg? er W y a 9
"How is the lapse! of time shown on SECOND STUD ,,Maybe ws bccausv
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the modem stage' H they are too polite to laugh."
C. GEIB tThoughts e1sewherel-- Turn
out the llghfs-" A SENIOR'S DEFINITION OF A
LADY tln Dinger's Storel-"W h a t FRESHIEI
have you In the shape of cucumbers?" --An empty vessel of unsubstantial
SLOE-"Nothing, except bananas." material of a bright green color,"
HEPT L-"nDi3,You hoof about Ike WSH lst SENIOR,-"Can the Literary Di-
gors Watch- , gest Everybod's Magazine?"
CHUBBY- NO- what abmlt 11? 2nd sENIoR.'1Yes if its Cosmopol-
H. L.-"There's a girl in the case," itan enough,"
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In History Ike Wenger kept talklng
about the railroads giving a rebuttal
We found out that Ike meant a re
bate Its all the same to Wenger
H K to Farmer Kuhn A e you go
mg home Paulo
H K Well give my rega1's to the
MIQSS MYERS-flu Geon-fl What
angles do 2 and 4 make?
MISS PAT Lloyd what does the
preflx pro mean?
L F Let me think pro propose
Oh' That means a step forward
FLORA SLHERER says I went to
Canton last summer but I didnt get
anything along the clothes line
My crowning features at present
are Muslc and large Families
Margaret Ellen Page
ELMER K1 Pauline you wouldnt
make as good a man as I would
P. B,-'Thats all rlght. Ill be a wo-
man before you will,
MISS F. tln Physicsl- All vessels
are more stable when full than em-
R. COATES- There are exceptions
to that rule for when a man is full
he is decidedly unstable,
SQUINT MCCONNELL-tafter one of
Mr. Campes calls for tchorsl -
want you to tell me what range my
Mr. Campe fafter hearing him sing a
solol I prefer it at long range.
MISS POLAND Cwhile rehearsing for
Junior-F'reshma.n Receptionl.-. 'Does
anyone know what a stage kiss is?"
HEN, KEPLINGER-'A stage kiss is
a vulgar affection, which makes a
Margaret Syron told a friend his
lips were cold, We wonder how she
MISS FELTON iWhen tl1e class was
making a lot of noisel "Just stop
and listen to yourself once."
MR. AKE-"You people should all be
interested in this curtain because the
school needs it, and Miss Felton's
heart is wrapped up in it."
JANE STOCKER ftalking a b o u t
Foods of the Forest J The hickory
nit acorn and some othei common
nuts around here
MISS POLAND tln llghtless rooml
Someone turn on a match
RUBBER WILLIAMS SAYS
Water is a wondrous blessing
Good for washing NECKS and
Just the thlng for lakes and rivers
Indispenslble for piers
Moe to park beneath the bridges
Swell for making rain and ink
Water is a wondrous blessing
But it makes a dern poor drink
It is reported that the new I 9 2 0
cough drops are here Yes they are
but a mere drop-so to speak
Pillars are mostly used as a cushion
for the head but we notice that the
court house uses them for an arch
POLAND Do you know Lincoln
H L Huh' We always thought that
he lived at the White House.
Be your own florist. Wreath your
face in flowers.
-Margaret Ellen Page
A rich man has a twin-six' a poor
man has six-twins.
Vlfindy B. would like to know why
they built the Marmora sea so close
to the shore.
KIRK tln Civicsl Where are the
Olympic games to be held?
IRENF ENGLISH- At the D o v e r
KIRK fin Civicsl 'How did Perry
nail the Stars and Stripes to the
URFER-' Wlith a hammer!
JAMES RICE CReciting in English!
"Aaron is Eppie's finance."
WINDY B. CEng1ish ll "A chalice is
TEACHER-"What is a. goblet?"
WVINDY-" A kind of animal."
We wish that "Polly" Wenger would
refrain from going to any more dances
during his school days, as it is hard to
teach anything to a boy who is sleep-
tSignedl THE TEACHERS
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STUDENT-"How much are the sun-
drled sales for February?"
From test paper-"Difference between
the two sides of Profit Sz Loss Ac-
count shows how much cash you have
STUDENT - tExplaining method of
making a. depositbat a bank! "Take
your cash and checks, bank book and
deposit ticket and hand it to the man
behind the bar,"
STEFFEY-"I proved cash, but it did
SLOE-"Was Harold Kennedy a Jun-
D. M-"Yes, and part Sophomore, I
GRACE NEWTON flu Salemanshipl
"You will find men dominating ovcr
animals and other peoplef
M, SYRON iln Salesmanshipl "Now
this is pink chambray, we have blue ir
the same color."
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wants to see the Weiss and Kirk. We f X S
got our first glimpse of Mr. Ake in 3
SEPT. 16-Some bald-headed row in the , .
rear of the Auditorium. , I '
SEPT. zo-Acc0raing to Kirk, not Ken- 'f
nedy goes out for foot-ball. V by
OCT. iamnnlucky Pony Wenger got E ef ' I
in Geometry. '
OCT, 14.-Freshmen getting dates for Jr.- , A I
Freshmen reception. X- y .
OC. 15-Mr, Ake explains athletic rela- 'f
tions between New Phila. and Dover. A 04-437 '
ocvr. 11:-.N0min' doin'. ' fl
OCT, 17-Hen Lieser wears his straw .
hat to school. me--'ip
OCT. IS-Dover T-New Phila, 10. , ,fn
OCT 19-Sunday. Yesterdays game Il E
was played over again. in front of the 9 .
News Stand. , '
OCT 20-1-'re shmens' hair gl'-owing nice- '
OCT. 21-Teachers out of humor. Foot- X E
ball dummy is geting ready for busi ,s .
ness. 14 if
OCT. Z2-Mr, Ake gives Hen Lieser a V
vacation. Hen always was lucky that ll ' if
SEPT, Z2-Football dummy is pun out of lllllll .
business. il M'
OCT, 24--N. P. H. s. I2-Steubenville '. l l M
Jnnior,Freshman reception, f '
OCT. 2u-Fl-eshies an talking about the ig ,
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doin s. '
OCT. 27.--named an day. 9 l , '
OCT. 28.-Sophs start decorating for Hal- Z Z4 "K
lowe'en with Junior Colors. Result- 0 .
OCT, 29-Fanny Fribley announced that
she would be the witch at the Soph's is
Masquerade, so no one would get scar-
OUT, 30-Some Freshies go out tick-
OCT. 31-Roosevelt Day. Everybody is relieved of 5c. Rally. Sophomore doin's
NOV. l1Saturday. N. P. H, S. 0-Canton 25.
NOV. 3-Beginning 'tBetter English" week.
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NOV. 4--Tag Day. New fad in N. P. H. S.
Everybody is wearing green tags, El-
ection day. "Rubber" Williams said
he would vote dry if he was old enough.
NOV. 5-Miss Gfregsonfell up the west
stairs. Too bad: another year yet.
NOV. 6-Who found Kaiser's gold safety
NOV. T-No school. Pupils g i v e the
teachers Friday off. Junior Automo-
NOV. .5-N. P. H. S. 0-Rayen 13.
NOV. 11-Everybody reading the Youngs-
town papers to find out the big line ot
comps handed our locals.
NOV. 18-Nothin Doin ,
N v. 19.-B. V. D. Foot-ball team is or-
NOV. 21-Faculty Quartette sings in
N V. 2 '-NI, P. H. S. 19-Uhrichsville 3.
As usual. '
NOV, 24.-Library clock stopped.
NOV. 25-Ticketsfor Turkey Day game
are on sale. Eyerybody buyin them.
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NOV. 27-So-long Dover. N. P. H. S, 13--
NOV. 29-N. P, H. S. 2-Alumni 2.
DEC. 1-Foot-ball pictures. Did you see
the grin on Ike Wenger's face? Take a
squint at the pictures.
DEC. 2-Who swiped the foot-ball sweat-
DEC. 5-Teachers get big feed at Coun-
try Clubg on the return car Miss Hurst
excitedly jumped on the front step and
knocked at the motorman's door, We
wonder what she had on her mind.
DEC. 7-Basket Ball practice starts.
DEC. 10-Gym team organized.
DEC. 12.-The Orchestra ripped off a few
tunes for us. Senior party.
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DEC, 13 - Quack Kurtz says "The
p-p-point of th-th-this here carpet t-t-tack
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speakes 1-l-louder th,Lth-thain words.
Wonder who put that awful TACK on
Quack s chair ?
DEC. 18-Professor Ake announces a two
week vacation. The teachers nerd the
-Junior Christmas Party.
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DEC. 23-Work. X Xffz
DEC. 24-Pay day. xx V k A
DEC. 25-cnristmaa Day. No work.
John Balmer doing a big business, Al- ,9
umi 31-N. P. H. S. 25. esa aljwmmnunu'
DEC. 27--Work. ' 'U A -
DEC. 28-Sunday School, 3'F1.7Zl,.,,,,,.,.. ',.,.,.. .I tww 1 ' W ' W' -'L
DEC. 29-Wnrk. Y lllllil
DEC. 30-Work. , ,, 4' H F ' - -
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DEC. 31-work. 1 SQEAQ ' , .
JAN. l-New Years Day, U-vine 15-N. ' T rway hlllovkfd To
P. H. s. 21. Royel-L 1- , g MUS
JAN. 2-More Work. .- "-Lf
JAN. 3-Much more work,
JAN 4--Sunday School, Church, Christian Endeavor, and Church. Ain't I a good
boy? Well I have reasons. Tomorrow school starts.
JAN, 5--School begins. Everybody wearing Christmas presents.
JAN. 6-.Second day of school. Ake announces a most delightful time in two
weeks. lFinal exams.l
2 JAN. T-.Everybody studying hard, except the usual 2 or 3 hundred.
2 JAN, S-Everybody goin' to West Point. 18 credits or bust.iBustcd!
Q JAN. 9-Barblennn 17-N. P. H. s. 21.
2 JAN. 12-'Everybody having a good time, thinking about exams.
JAN. 13-Nothin' doin'.
JAN. 14-All studing hard except the usual 2 or 3 hundred.
JAN. 15-Semester exams. begin. Oh, jdy! This is the life.
JAN, 16-More Exams.
JAN. 17--Still more exams. Great stuff. Nothin' like it for head-Akes.
JAN. 18-Thes Messrs. James Kirk and Nicholas Weiss and the Misses 1-
: and -1 attended church services this evening.
1 JAN. 22-.The library clock stopped.
- JAN. 25-"Mickey" McKee got a raise today. He now receives 10 1-2 cents an
' hour instead of 10 1-4 cents. Mosher says "He is improving wonderfully, and
with 50 or 60 years practice he should become an excellent floor sweeperf'
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2 JAN. ZS-EXTRA! EXTRA! Alice Moreland swallowed her chewing gum.
' JAN, 30--Rally. Cambridge 17-N. P. H. S. 18.
5 FEB. 2--Who hit Geo. Kurtz with the appte core?
' FEB, 3-Jim and Doc France attend the last show at the Star. Oh! we forgot,
5 there were some girls mixed up in it too, Ask no questions. I
: FEB. 4-Big accident in the basement.
bruar 7 FEB. 5-Vacation. No coal.
FEB. 6-U-ville girls 13 - N, P. H. S.
S - girls 3.
I Samfiw' Z f FEB, 7-U-ville boys 21 - N. P. H. S.
if N boys 15.
ErmRK"'7 'lf FEB. 8-Special exhibition of that won-
X-sx ,. 'Q' v 9 der-working hypnotiser Quack Kurtz,
3 ji FEB. 9-Professor Limbach has the flu.
S NS . - - FEB. 10-New Manual Training teacher
S ' Je arrives.
5 .2 ge'-qgzgx FEB. 13-Coshocton girls 12-N. P, H. s.
'-' if' 2 girls 12. Soph-Senior reception.
rf.- A FEB. 14-Coshocton 13-N, P. H. s. 51.
gig? wil- -t. FEB. 16-Margaret Ellen Page has her
'S-ff1Y.'-Tfif lgn UKAPPIC hair singed.
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Delphian Staff lneeting.
All studying hard except the usual two or three hundred.
Swope and Ike Wenger were ulnder the influence of Quack Kurtz's hyp-
20-Barberton 23-N. P. H, S. 11. .Coshocton girls 12.-N. P. H. S. 3.
How much are pajamas worth? Ask "Bit."
"Ladies of Cranford." Candy Sale.
Too hot! Girls left typewriting room,
-Coshocton 14-N, P. H. S. 53.
Basket-balI season ends.
3-Kirk gives entertainment in Chapel,
4-Jim Evans gives Roby a red ink shampoo.
. 5-Russ Deinst lectures on "Sad-
iron" in physics class. N, P. H. S.
'Midgets" 13-Strasburg girls, i
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MAR, Beginning of Class Basket-ball Sea- -51,
MAR. 9-Mr. Ake talks on "Social Func-
tions in the High School" All aboard
for Tuscora Park!
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MAR. 10-Miss Felton dislocatcs thumb
while using the right-hand rule in phy- "s
sics class-Almost. My
MAR. 11-B, V. D. Team trim Uhrichs- ,, ,,
ville 28-17, 4,73
MAR. 12-Woo-ster College Glee Club gives concert in Auditorium.CBenefit Annual
M AR. 15
-Everybody good today-noth ing happened.
-Something awful going to happen-wait till tomorrow.
MAR. 17-Faculty Basket-ball team runs rings around Goulders Championship
the tune of 35-23.
Dr. Osborne lectures on Lady Nicotine, Seniors 15-Sophomores 14.
MAR, 19--Everybody swears off smoking fpro-tem.l Juniors 64-Freshmen 3.
Prof. Campe away at Philadelphia for a few days.
MAR, 23-Call for candidates for bascf
ball team. Class basket-ballg Seniors
X f-.gg 22-Juniors 18.
,fhf 2 MAR, 24-Delphian sale starts.
l? MAR 25-Report Cards. CEverybody
V J'f.f-.-,-, , , MAR. 26--State inspector E. F, Werner
ff Il 'f - f speaks in chapel. Last day of school
f I 'mf l for a week,
' APR. 5-Vacation over. Everybody glad
,X -X to get back to school. Rccelve report
f' K of State Inspector.
i A131116-Baie-ba11 and track season start.
, , xg I 2 clleso snow. I
f If APR. 7-Polly Wenger goes to sleep ln
5 English Class,
fi if 7 APR. 8TJuniors 100 per cent in sale of
X ' gfff annua.
APR. 9-Juniors in lead.
APR. 12-Geo, Kurtz makes a speech on
Bryan in English.
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C L A S S of 1 8 6 5 Frank Nabor-Deceased, F
Charlotte Jones-Lcityl Lclggrea ihiriver iMrs, Harry Ivlleri
Lucy Warner iMrs, Lewis McC1ell4 C as '
andi Zena, NewwYork.'. .
Minerva Young CMrS. Haricki De- C L A S S of 1 8 6 5
ccasfd. Mary Lee fMrs, A. J. Fisherl Cro 1"-
Julia King-Deceased, ett. Texas.
Emma Jones-Deceased. Anna Moffit fMrs. Anna Bnfesl City.
Anna Crossland CMrs, T. E. Hoffman!
C L A S S of 1 8 6 6 Morgantown, Ohio.
Bfue Moffit 4Mrs. John Hancel City. Eliflasfllell mrs' Rldpathi Newton'
Mattie Coventry fMrs. J, H. Officer! J .a ' .
. . . e y- eve a , .
City' E523 ciffei?-Orgy' 1 nd Ohio
Diggdjkgigi' KMIQS' Carpenterj Cleve' Edward McElroy-Deceased.
Cagrgisolgarrliapatgll CMrs. Carrie Norrisl NO Class in 1869
Helfn Welch fMrs. John Emerson! C L A S S of 1 8 7 0
City. ' L
Josephine Shilling CMrs. E. Zimmer- Emma Lee iMrs. Frank Demuthi Na-
manl Deceased, poleon, Ohio,
Anna Talbot-Chicago, Illinois.
C L A S S of 1 8 6 7 Clara Rosemond fMrs-. Clara Browne?
Emma Smith lMrs. John Joss! City. Bessig' 0'Donnell fMrs. Ed. YVelty3
Anna Mitchell fMrs. L. Sherielll De- Oregon Mivssouri'
Hcfasgd- k cnt F:-nnie Miner-city.
i Gm 110 - ly. nu H -can .
Emma Gooding iMrs. Theo. Billings- Joss?phaglooveg-Deceased.
leyl East Palestine, Ohio.
Joseph McClean-Deceased. -
Benjamin U. Jacob-Deceased. C L A S S of 1 S ' 1
George Gentsch-Deccascd. Mary Taylor-Cify,
Callie Raiff tMrsL Henry Kuhnsb De- Alma Warner lMrs. Dowling! Barn-
ceased, ard, North Carolina.
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Elzyra. Link fMrs. E-lyzra Walton!
Mary Buell fMrs. John Burry! Cleve
Amanda Havner fMrs. John Smith!
Mary Freatenburg CMrs. Ed. Ditto!
Frank Patrick-Topeka, Kansas.
Rachel Pugh tMrs..Chapman! Deceas-
Emma Buell fMrs, Brown! Deceased.
C L A S S of 1 8 7 2
Mary Vinton CMrs. Charles McNulty!
Kansas City, Missouri.
May Black tMrs, Enos Souers! City,
Lizzie Orr.-Leavenworth, Kansas.
Martha Jones iMrs. Chas. Slingluff!
Anna Bates tMrs. R. M. Freshwater!
Sabia Grimes fMrs. Wm. Campbell!
Kate M. Ready fMrs. J. B. Waight!
CLASS of 1873
Kate Rosemond fMrs. Harvey Miller!
East Cleveland, Ohio,
Roxa Parks CMrs, Frank Bash! City.
Mary Shriver fMrs. Nelson Ritz! Gol-
Lottie Knaus CMrs. A. G. Galbraith!
Anna Steese fMrs. Chas, Browne!
Alice Raiff fMrs H, P. Fribley! De-
Helen Dixon fMrs. Chas. Fientsch!
CLASS of 1874
Blanche Warner fMrs. Blanche Down.
er! Ouray, Colorado.
Flora Crites fMrs. Flora Taylor! City.
E. Josie Lappin fMrs, Edgecomb!
Kansas City, Mp.
Carrie Judy fMrs. Carrie Custer! Se-
Ada Sharp lMrs. Ada Taylor! Cora-
Maggie Hay fMre, F. E. Fishbaugh!
Eva Stockwell iMrs. J. W, Judy! Fort
George W. Welty-City.
Charles Patrick-Topeka, Kansas.
Jennie Dixon fMrs. A, McKee! Lake-
Cora Smith lMrs. Benton Frlfsythe!
Chas. F. Welty-Deceased..
CLASS of 1875
Emma Taylor fMrs. J, M. Smith! City.
Kate Graham fMrs. G. G. Evans! Min-
eral City, Ohio,
Emma. Crooks CMrs. S. Work! City.
Bage Mathews lMrs. Bage Gibbs! Den-
A, P. Smith-Nashville, Tenn.
C L A S S of 1 8 7 6
M. Ella Burry fMrs.. W, R. M-cC1ung!
S. Kate Disher fMrs. E. C. Cunning!
Emma S. Smith fMrs. Knappenburg-
er! Marion, Ohio,
Maggie Hoffman-City. Teacher.
Orilla. EL Cooper-Deceased
Jessie J. 0'Donnell CMrs. Smith! Chi-
Ida M. Shriver CMrs. M, S, Vail! Can-
Belle Campbell CMrs. John Schindler!
New York, New York:
Bertha Dougherty-Chicago, Ill.
E. P, Morrow-Canton, Ohio,
T. L-. Custer-Pana, Ill.
Anna B. Lenhart-Deceased.
Sadie E. Barr-Deceased.
Mary M, Hoffman fMrs, Geo. Wll-
CLASS of 1877
Kate Congleton fMrs. Frank Mauk!
Fannie Lytle CMrs. J. T. Yearsley!
Geo, W, Fleck-Drceasrd.
Samuel Ashworth-Cleveland, Ohio.
Alvin Vinton, Jr.-Deceased.
CLASS of 1878
Belle Mcllvaine fMrs. W. G. Shot.
well! Cadiz, Ohio.
Lizzie S, Harmount-Massillon, Ohio,
Nora M. Judy fMrs. Leroy McGreg-
Mollie Scott fMrs. Albert Rippeth!
I an funouounn
fsigiag., -nt 1 -- .
Julla Skiner lMrs Chas Keepersl
Cora L Engl1sh Kansas Clty Mo
Lucy Grlmes lMrs Chas Tlnkerl Ash
Anna M Johnson fMrs Chas Mayerl
Anna Shllllllg fMrs, Frank Grteny
Emma J WIUSDGRTB Clty
XVIII C Burry City
Joseph R Jacob Loram Oh1o
Hugh Patrlck Chlcago Ills
Harry L Shrlver Cleveland Oh1o
Robert W Lytle Buffalo N Y
Chas S Prlce-Chicago Ill
L G Taylor Kansas Cxty Mo
Ed E Everett,-Deceased
Mary DeGr1ef CMrs Allen Knlselyl
Belle N Harmount MHSSIIIOH Oh1o
Anme H McElroy fMrs Jas A Lmnl
Kate DeGr1ef lMrs Kate UlFlChJ
Kansas Clty Mo
Llzzle Rhodes Clfy
Emma C Crltes CMrs Wood Mc
Cora Totten iMrs Cora Kung! Clty
Mary E Winch iMrs Chas Harmonl
Frank Graham Mlneral Clty Oh1o
Sadle Hensel lMrs J C M1larl De
Gusta S Parsons Deceased
Helen Barnh1l1 Deceased
Mlnnle C Brown Deceased
Kate Patrlck CMrs Cha Harper!
Emma Welty C1ty
Helen Kmsely KMJS R H McClearyl
Marian Patrlck fMrs Chas Gentschl
Mary N Wmspeare Clty
Carlxe Dixon fMrs Clarence KTGltB1,
Sue Smith Deceised
Jean Klnsey fMrs Geo Rope! De
Sallie ODonnell fMrs Eid Arnoldl
Oma Warner fMrs Chester Campbelll
Addlson Jones Los Angeles Calif
Louis Welty Cltv
Chas Harper Columbus Ohlo
ASS of 8
Ahce Crouch fMrs McCauslandl
Lelia M Elllott iM'rs James Wardl
Sarah Wllllams fMrs Chrlst Nelder
helserl Coshocton Ohxo
Anna Patrlck iMrs Joseph Bllckens
derferl C ty
Eva L Black CMrs Pancuastl Clty
Eva M Scott lMrs Ralph T Hormnol
Anme DeGr1ef CMrs Goodmgl Lxma
Ilzzxe Rummell Llty
Mary E Jacob fMrs Herbert Norton?
lVl2ggl6 Stone Canton Ohio Teache
Mattle I Mltchell fMrs E Balnettl
Salt Lake C1ty Utah
Mattle C Steck iMrs Robt T Jamesl
Wahalla N Carolina
Mlnnve E Lytle CMrs Ed B ownel
Emma Shrlver fMrs Geo Dmmrel
Chas C Cosentry Cleveland Oh1o
Ira Lahmer Wal lenburg Colo
ASS of 8
Clara Custer fMrs L P Gallagherl
Ida Rufer flvllrs T W McD rmottl
Olxve Goodlng fMrs Geo Brg sl
Numa Mathlas fMrs Emma Dernleyl
Orpha Hephmger QMrs A S Mur
dockh Cleveland Ohio
hate Crites iMrs C D Smxthl R F
Ruth Hoffman Los Angeles Callt
Anna B Arnold fMrs Anna Burrelll
Anna B Conn fMrs E Baxrdl De
Anna B Scott fMrs C H Hunterl
F uma C' Meyer C1tV
Wlnona Jewel fMrs Howald Goodmgl
G adenhutten Ohio
James F Ixaldenbaugh Deceased
R F' Everett Burlington Iowa
Rav Scott Camden N J
Edgar A Walter Clty
ASS of 8
Kate H McElroy fMrs James Kald
' , I C L " 1 S 1
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X ' ' ' ' C L 1 8 2
Allie M, Walter flvlrs. Allie Leel Carrie Lahmer-City.
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Anna Goodwin-City. Q
Nora B. Gooding fMrs. Frank Stiff-
Ben C, Schweitzer...Deceased.
Harry B. Stewart-Canton, Ohio.
Elmira Hensel fMrs. Elmira Horton!
Anna Nickles iMrs. J. Congleton!
CLASS of 1885
Eva Alters lMrs. VV, Evans! City.
Nora Gudgen QMrs. Nora Grcenwalt!
Le-lia. Kennedy lMrs. Thos. VVhite!
Ida Loutzenheiser lMrs. Ed. Holm-
Lula Wardell fMrs. P. H. Sigrist!
Nellie Black fM'rs, Albert Shutt!
K. Taylor Holmes-Deceased.
Cora Kaderly fMrs. W. H. Nussdor-
fer! Cleveland, Ohio.
Hugh Mitchell-San Francisco. Calif.
CLASS of 1886
Cora Ashbaugh fMrs. George Taylor!
Bessie Hoover fMrs, Otto Schweitzer!
Ella Roll IMrs. Chas. Uhrich! Uhrich-
Nora. Dodd CMrs. H. Spindle! Meredith
Sadie Stoodyl Her Royal Highness
Princess Henrique of Braganza,
Ed. S. Douthitt-Deceased,
Ella Dodd iMrs. C. R, McGill! Schen
cctady, N. Y.
Ella Olmstead iMrs, G. D. Haas! Den
Annie Amos fMrs. Clark! Canton, 0.
Laura Jaberg fMrs. Wm. R. Sharp!
CLASS of 1887
Justine C. Daugherty-Pasadena. Cal.
W. D. Knisely-Deceased.
Minnie Osgood fMrs. Jesse Everett!
Myrtle Shull tMrs. Ed. Miller! City.
E. C, Schweitzer.-City.
Nettie Flora CMrs. John Read! Wash-
ington, D. C.
Mary Miller lMrs. John Quinlan! City
Minnie Porter-New York City, N, Y.
Cora E. Stoody tMrs, John Leffing-
well! Bradentown, Fla.
Kate A. Welty-Seattle, Wash.
CLASS of 1.888
Frank L. Coventry-Hibbing, Minn.
Lucy Emerson lMrs, Lucy Bold!
Harry Kurtz--Cleveland, Ohio.
Chas. L. Mcllvaine-City.
Elizabeth H, Morrow! Mrs, Caddes!
Delbert Hendershotitf-Cincinnati. 0.
Nellie Hoover CMrs. Morley Williams!
Ella Lahmer fMrs, C. B. Spence! City.
Alfred J. McCullough-Ashland, Ky.
Frances McClean fMrs. Chas. Lahmer!
J, E, Myers-Pittsburgh, Pa.
CLASS of 1889
Percy Brown-Rome, Ind.
Emma Welty fMrs. Harry Young!
White Plains. N. Y.
Clara Stoody fMrs. W. K Trimble!
Will Dodd-Tallahasee, Florida.
C L A S S of 1 8 9 0
Florence Crawford fMrs. James! Can-
Luther E. Everett-City.
Ella May Holmes fMrs, L. E, Everett!
Elizabeth A. Marsh iMrs. Joe Linn!
Mary K. Officer fMrs. T. L. Aughin-
Wilma Walter fMrs. F. C. Rea! City,
Monford D. Custer-Coshocrnn. Ohio
Lillian Goodwin fMrs, Jones! Colvin-
Anna M. Kaiser fMrs, Geo. Schlegfll
Chas. E. Nickles-Massillon, Ohio.
Hannah G. Spence fMrs. E. C, Sch-
Mary M. Williams fMrs, Allen Getz-
mau! Carrollton, Ohio.
C L A S S of 1 S 9 1
Kirkwood Flora-.New York City, N.Y,
Edith Keyes fMrs. F. Ll. Benton! San
Domingo City, D. R, '
Hattie Mfiller fMrs. Tom Anderson!
East Liverpool, Ohio.
Maggie Sargent-Canton. Teacher.
on sooo 0 0 v Q 99 to 0 Q 0 0
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C L A S S of l S 9 2
Cora Ellen Howard fMrs. B. J. Robin-
Wilbert B. Kurtz-Cleveland, Ohio.
Katherine E. McClean fMrs ,C. L.
Minerva P. Porter tMrs. R, Hender-
schoot! Tiffin. Ohio.
Cora E. Schwab-City. Teacher.
Frank T, Smith-City.
Ida Ellen Wyss lMrs. W, C. Roberts!
Frank E. Gentsch--Cleveland. Ohio.
Mary B. Kennedy tMrs. W.C, Browne!
Mary E, Meyer-Deceased.
Florence J. Meyer 1Mrs. G. C, Marsh!
Fred K. Pratt-Denver, Colo.
Anna K. Schumaker CMrs. Wm, Ex-
Clara Louise Welty tMrs. A. G.
Reeves! Alliance, Ohio.
CLASS of 1893
Margaret Evans tMrs. Harry Sharp!
Fairmount, West Va,
Alice May Collins tMrs. L. M, La-
mount! Hamilton. Ontario.
Marian Mcllvaine CMrs. David Crox-
ton! Cleveland, Ohio.
Thomas Cordrey-Uhrichsville. Ohio.
Madella Stiffler fMrs. E, B, Smith!
Theodore S. Hephinger--City.
Zona Latito-Ulllrichswlld, Ohioi,
Ida Walter iMrs. E. C, Hopwood!
Cleveland Heights. Ohio,
Lucy Ellen Harding tMrs. Daugher-
ty! Muskegon. Mich.
Beulah R. Knisely lMrs. W. J, Shrier!
Estella Robb-City. Teacher.
Marian Stockwell--Citiyg Teacher,
Theodore A. Kaderly-Deceased,
Kittie A. Baker-Deceased.
Frank Welty-New York City, N. Y.
J. F. Douthitt-Dover. Ohio.
Emerson F. Gless--Cleveland, Ohio.
M. Elizabeth Newell tMrs, Chas.
Nickles! Massillon, Ohio.
Clara Schweitzer-City. Teacher.
Homer Wyss-Delaware, Ohio.
CLASS of 1894
Edna Bartles flvfrs. McManus! Ak-
Helen Bartles-Akron, Ohio.
George Custer-Seattle, Wash,
Bessie Custer tMrs. W. H. Eichelber-
ger! Dresden, Ohio.
Wilbur Jackson-Chicago, Ill.
Mary Joss tMrs. E. J. Kaderly! City.
Hannah Jones tMrs. John Winters!
Gertrude Kreusch tMrs. Betts! Cleve-
Edna Lappin lMrs. W. W. Welch!
Charles Meyer! Pittsburgh, Pa.
Grace Marsh-Chicago, Ill.
Anna Meese tMrs. J. E. Spease! Can-
Anna Mitchener tMrs. J. F. Douthitt!
Henry Walton-Beidler, Ohio.
Wilbur D. Wilkin-Cleveland, Ohio.
Daisy Williams lMrs. Frank Gilgen!
Anna Meyer iMrs. Schoelles! Dover.
Herman Dodd-Deceased, .
Maggie Eckert tMrs. Jas. Thompson!
Mayme Evans-Kansas City, Mo.
Alexander Flora-Warren, Ohio.
Mary Jonest Mrs. Ed. Milgus! De-
.Iohn Kaderly-Baltimore, Md.
Mayme Kelly tMrs. John Evans! City.
Charles Kinsey-New York City, N. Y.
Estella Landis tMrs. Harry West!
Nettie Meyer tMrs. Harvey Brown!
George Porter-New York, N. Y.
Pearl Pritchard-Columbus, Ohio.
Mina Rippeth-Topeka, Kansas.
Della Roth tMrs, Gus. Lieserl City,
Flora Shull lMrs. Hartz Gladding!
Julia Stockwell fMrs. Geo. Fiedler!
Victor Walter-Pittsburgh. Pa.
Lottie Westhaver fMrs. Chas. Rey-
nolds! Wapakoneta, Ohio.
Emma Yeagley-Clvevvland, Ohio,
CLASS of 1896
Neil Hanlon-Cleveland, Ohio.
Pearl Hartford-Hudson. Ohio
Jemima Jenkins tMrs. Wm. Collier!
Ethel A. Jones fMrs. S. B, Strawn!
Minta MQcCnerry tMrs. Emmett Lelch-
ty! Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.
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Harry Strickmaker-Portland, Ore. Arnold Minnig-Denver, Col.
Charles Thompson-Cleveland, Ohio, Lee Harding-Philadelphia, Pa.
Ford Battershell-Atlanta, Georgia.
No Class of 1897
C L A S S of 1 9 0 1
C L A S S of 1 8 9 8 Mabelle Evans-Washington, D. C.
Lizzie Weber fMrs. Olin Johnsonl Minnie Grimm. CMrs. Wesley Kepling-
Portland, Ind. erj Dover, Ohio.
Bertha Sterki CMrs. Will Medleyl Mildred Black-Deceased.
Cleveland, Ohio. Charles R. Bowers-Sunbury, Pa.
Myrtle Milner CMrs. A. W. Gilkensonj Etta Glauser-Cilty, Teacher,
New York City, N. Y, Ellen Evans-City.
Hattie Evans-Kansas City, Mo. Carl Doerschuck-Youngstown, Ohio.
Minnie Doerschuk- Columbia Univer- Fae Miller CMrs. Frank Taylorl City.
sity, N. Y. Gertrude Kaderly-City.
Lulu Kinsey fMrs. Lulu Johnsoni Erma Miller-Cleveland, Ohio.
Mansfield, Ohio. Esmeralda Schenck fMrs. W. Pfouttsl
Burns Gribble iMrs. Curtis Kniselyl Deceased.
City. Frank Taylor-City, '
Clara Harney CMrs, Jack Cheshirej Myrtle Harney tMrs, Wiblel Dover,
Cleveland, Ohio. Ohio.
Albert Stucky-Cleveland, Ohio.
Frank Schwab-New Cormerstown, 0. ' C L A S S of 1 9 0 2
George WYSS-Bridgeport' Ohio' Mildred Dauthitt fMrs Jenn Beraeni
Roy Bowers-Wooster, Ohio. '
Ralph Anderson-Uhrichsville Ohio Chicago' In'
' . ' ' Joseph Kollar.-Cleveland, Ohio.
Barney Alexander-CIW Essie Page fMrs Ralph Kiiiselyy
Kirkwood Glauser-City. City '
Clara Crawford tMrs. Mirbaughl Con-
CLASS of 1899 ottonyohio.
Nola Bealer fMrs. A. F, G r o v el 1f?af1?1fePMat1mWH, JCSY-iw Tfeacageg h
Cleveland, Ohio. ar a age- rs, o n organ si -
Defrance Black CMrs. Gordonl Cleve- Elfabfjllza Ovlelfh IM E M Ph
land, Ohio. lza e la. on , rs.. . c er-
Walter S. Custer-Missoula, Mont. Som Uhnchsvmef 01110-
Jennie Griffetli fMrs. Erwirim city, Mabel Putt fMrS- Syleri Sugafcfeeki
Margaret Kinsey tMre. Albert Stuckyh Hfillflffk
Cleveland, Ohio. 3 ' Y ,vmans ,
Grace Lappin-City Teacher, Laura Fiedler fMrs. Therman DeGriefy
Percy Miller-Sorocco, N. M. ,Clevelandr Ohm-, ,
Harry G. Orr-City. Vida Geintsch 'fMrs. Cochranl Pitts-
, Mamie Miller fMrs, A. C. Fowlsi City, burghf Pa- '
' Bertha Rapp-.Cleveland, 0, Teacher. C L A S S f 1 9 0 3
Pearl Rinehart-City. Teacher. 0
3 Edna Souers-City. Teacher. MHFY King-City. 'T'9aCh61'.
g Loren Sonor-S-Canton, Ohio, Eva Dornberger-Cleveland, Ohio.
3 Arthur Williams-City. Florence Hall-City.
iq-.Josephine Walton fMrs. Walter Wyssi Alice Walton-Deceased.
City, Kathryn Maurer tMrs. J. Weaver!
Marcia Wilkin CMrs, Marcia Postb City. 'T'GHiCher.
White Rock, Utah. Nora Barnett fMrs. Walter Scott?
Garrett S. Wilkin-salt Lake City, Kingston, N- Y.
Utah, Mary Gray fMrs, O. A. ,Sindlingeri
C L A S S 1 9 0 0 512:25 eilisarlitifskiir Wis-
Mary Fuhrer-City. Teacher. Lguis Alexander-City,
Theresa Glauser fMrs. Francis Bix- 'rliurman Milar-Columbus, Ohio.
leri Dover, Ohio. Maynle Neiderheiser, fMrs. Thomp-
Elgabeth Hance CMrs. John Sowersi Sony 'Cbghgctony Ohio.
1 Y. Ella Olmsteadrfivlrs. L: B. Ed ri Del-
Caroline .loss CMrs, L. F. Hydeb Can- aware, Ohio' ga
IGH, 01110. Anna Kaderly fMrs.' Kirk Glauserl
Florence McClean-City. Teacher. City,
MHH119 Mlllel' KMYS. HHITY Ofrl Cleve- Stella Grimm iMrs. Stanley Youmansj
land, Ohio. City-
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Harry Schauffler-Akron, Ohio. Ada A. Gruber iMrs. Baer, Canton,
Lula Schenck fM'rs. Walter Scott? Ohio.
Dover, Ohio, Florence G. Hoopingarner lMrs. Stor-
ingl Columbus, Ohio.
C L A S S of 1 9 0 4 Elmer T, Kinsey-City.
. . Fred K. Kislig-Dayton Ohio.
Jesse Alexander-Philadelphia, Pa. Oliver Mcclear ' . .
. y-Ft, Snelling, Mlnn.
Ariz? KMFS' Thomlpsom Can' Hazel Minnie cMre. Frank Englishl
' ' . . City.
Helen N, Frlbley CMrs. O. B. Dleck- .
111311, Cincinnati, Ohio. Hifgshil lggarnugrs' Carl Seeds,
Carl W. Dick-Akron, ohle. Evan elif Ni M Q ,M G ,d
Harry Gibson-Deceased. ,wif raleC,.t' 0130 e rs' 01 om
Flora P. Gintz-City. Teacher. Alina e Nunl YQ er O'cM E W H v
Earl N, Harney--Columbus, Ohio, Uhrichsvilifhzhio rs' ' 0 6
J. Ray Hill-Dennison. Ohio, M H OQC ' H 'C.t
Annabelle Kinsey-Cleveland, Ohio. ,Ig P 3236 -
Elizabeth Myer fMrs. v. L. Mathiaev Y - a. Son-11 Y'
Dnceased Harry E. Reinhold.-City.
Harvey Schwab-Pittsburgh, Pa. John S' Ruu?dge'Akron' Ohm'
- . - . A Laura Schmsltz-Chlllicothe, Mo,
Nora B. Swearlngen t1VLrs, Victor Con- M' A Sh N Y k N Y
rad! Deceased. Hain 'S QQDTMBW Alf ' R' bf
Ethel N. StermerlfMrs. J. 0. lfileheli Qihrichglyiue OSS ' X- 0 IHSOHP
City, '. . ' ,
May Wyss iMrs. Bruneyl Brilliant, E-Dlxlcijggxi Wllkm KMYS' Joe Bakei
Ohio ' ' .
' Ruth F. Williamson CMrs, Druryh
C L A S S of 1 9 0 5 Fl?g,:dZyA?27gglfe iMrs. Robert Will-
Anna E. Alexander fMrs. Meggs Bey iamsoni Dover, Ohio.
er? Punxatawney. Carl J. Zellner-Cleveland, Ohio.
Mildred F. Battershell-City.
Lucille E. Cookson-Chicago, Ill. C L A S S of 1 9 0 7
Chas, K. Fiedler-Pasadena, Cal. lla Bechold fMrs, Carol Wright? City.
James E. Foster-Streator, Ill. Charles F. Briggs-Cleveland, Ohio,
Charlotte Fredericks CMrs. Ed. Ecke Margaret E. Browne-Cleveland Ohio.
erti City. James L. Cable-Youngstown. Ohio.
Veda P. Kaserman fMrs. William Geo, S, Denfufh-Blicktown, 0hi0,
Swinehartl City. Hazel M. Fagely fMrs, Chas, Rey.
Mary Lucille Nichols-on fMl'S. Gene noldsl Canton, Ohic.
Evansl Uhrichsville, Ohio, Tessie B. Gilgen fMrs. Fred Farol
Albert T. Rosch-City. Chicago. Ill.
Mary C. Schauffler -- Newburyport, Elizabeth M. G-lauser iMrs. Ray Bar-
Maes. fuss? Dover, Ohio.
Helen C. Schmitz-Chillicothe, Mo. Bessie V. Kerr-Toledo, Ohio,
Bessie Schoch-City, Ella B, Koons-Colun-bus, Ohio.
Florence I. Smith-City. Teacher. Don McGregor-Waslfington, D. C.
Franklin E, Couers.-Massillon, Ohio. Martha F. Mitchell--City.
Fred E, Stoller-Cleveland, Ohio. Kathrine F. Myer-City. Teacher.
Mary Walton fM'rs. Alfred Hertl City. Arthur R, Page-Dennieon, R. F. D,
Robert N. Wilkin-Dover, Ohio, Nellie T. Reller-Three Rivers, Mich.
Estella E. Zeeb fMrs. John Metcalfl Walter R. Ritter-City.
Canton, Ohio. Blair Scott-Cleveland, Ohio.
Louis D, Zellner-Cincinnati, Ohio. Edith A. Snyder iMrs. Carl Rupen-
C L A S S of 19 0 6 23321 Ii4.Fz.t"'lf.5Lf0Z5's5.?Qtyn.ml..,
John S. Bendum-Deceased. Clevefandyxohioh ' '
Efsgllirleli-J giieger fMr5- Thomas Art. J. Townsend-Akron, Ohio.
' - E N. W lf M . Sl h
James W. Broadhurst-Pontiac, Mich. vgity, 0 e K rs 0' SC wartzj
Bell W. Cunning-Chicago, Ill.
Fag2ifcgIgrD1tto-Orvlllee, Ohlo. C L A S S of 1 9 0 8
Mary H. Green fMrs. Don McGregorl Ettabelle Burt fMrs. Lloyd Reevesl
Washington, D, C. Dover, Ohio.
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Herbert Dick-Chicago, Ill,
Guy W. Galbraith-Cleveland, Ohio.
Lula M. Hurst fMrs. Dale Empfieldl
Edith Lewis CMrs, Weinhartl City,
Jean E. McGregor tMrs. A. H, Stack:
Joseph D. O'Conuell--Washington, Pa.
P. Sheridan Olmstead-City,
Edna L. Rentsch-Cleveland, Ohio.
Verna L. Rentsch.-Cleveland, Ohio.
Mary Ei. Slovensky fMrs. Renel Hum-
phreyj Stanley, Wisc.
Ethel B. Swearingen fMrs. V. O, Ma-
Margaret Senhauser iMrs. W. Smith!
Lena F. Creal tMrs. O. Schweitzerh
J. Dale Empfield-City.
Helen Hoover.-City. Librarian.
Eunice Kuenzli-Ironton, Ohio.
Goldie B, McCue--Uhrichsville, Ohio.
Thomas B. Reed-Bisbee, Arizona,
Lula M. Milar CMrs. Andrew Godfreyl
Lewis J. Rentsch-Youngstown. Ohio.
Rosa Rivera,-Porto Rica. Teacher.
Harold C. Stipes-Akron. Ohio,
Joe F. Townsend, Canton, Ohio.
John E. Olmstea.d..Electra, Texas.
Hazel Cole fMrs. M. W, Everhardl
Mabel Congleton lMrs, Jeff Evflzsl
Ernest Doerschuk-Boston, Mass.
Helen Green fMrs, C. Brodel New-
Mina Kaserman fMrs. Alvin lvlarshl
Bertha Kelly lMrs, Ralph Vlfheatonl
Ben Miller-Homestead, Pa.
Helen Miller-City. Teacher.
Rachael Marlowe CM.rs. Ed. Haupertl
Horace Maurer-Akron, Ohio.
CLASS of 1910
Ethel M. Caples fMrs. Joe Lintzl City.
Mary F, Clemens fMrs. Alexander
Millsl Pittsburgh, Pa.
Mary E. Couts.-Angola, Ind.
Ray W. Englehart-Cleveland, Ohio,
Helen G. English fMrs. Brucksl Do
Arthur Fiedler-Detroit, Mich.
Clelia V. Getz fMrs, Russell Bowersl
Clifford S. Gilgen-City.
Frank E, Gintz-Dover, Ohio.
Bessie E. Helmick-Cleveland, Ohio.
Helen W. Kuenzli fMrs. J, H. Rettigl
Chalmers E. Meyer-Cleveland, Ohio.
Charline M. Narney fMrs, R. Wertzl
West Lafayette, Ohio.
Myrtle M. Poland-City, Teacher.
Anelite Powell lMrs. R. Thomsonl Lit-
Martha F. Reinhold CMrs. Trouty Do-
Harley Roby-Dover, Ohio.
Alice W. Rolli iMrs. Kaiserj City,
John C. Rufenacht-Dover, Ohio.
A. Lfroy Schwab-City.
M. Katherine Sharp-New York, N. Y,
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Helen Doerschuk fMrs', Rom' Mar' Susanna. Taylor lMrs, Russell Meyerl
shalll Youngstown, Ohio. City.
Leah Dennison fMrs. Chas, ReedJ Dpan G- Warner-City.
Forney Eckert-City. Teacher..
Wilma Engieiiert uvire, Robt. Boydl C L A S S of 1 9 1 1
D0Vef-,0hi0- Leora Smith 1Mrs. Howard Wilsony
Anna Frlbley-Cleveland, Ohio. City.
Alvin Gfaiff-Ciw I Nora Balliett CMrs. Lewis Rcntschl
Etta Mosshart fMrs. Curtis Judyl Do- Youngstown, Ohio.
ver, Ohio, G E. Joyce Battershell-City.
James E' PaU'10k--C'itY- Q Robert A. Boyd-Dover, Ohio,
Della Riley fMrs. Wayne Herbert! Dgrgthy Ditbmar-City,
CRY- . Rhea K. Flynn-City. Teacheer.
ROY Sh00k-Canton: Ohm- Eunice A. Gruber-Canton, Ohio.
Oliver Schweitzer-Detroit, Mich, Homer H, Harding-Nelsonville, Ohio.
Alfred Scott, Wichita Fans, Texas. M- SGIJOTHG Iifgldefslflllott-113kf0Hi10h10i
Carrie Steinbaugh-City. Stgvgeeung Vast gfafs' ams ouse'
Clara Zepb fMrS Vvaltel' Wills, City- Helen T. I-forning iMrs. Chas. VVolfeJ
Max Zellner.-Deceased. City.
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Mae V. Hurst-City, Teacher, Clyde Helmick-City,
Vei non Ickes-City. Wi ndell H. Hughes-Bethany College,
George M. Lahmer-City. Bethany, West Va.
Laura H. Leech-Athens, Ohio. Harvey W. Kaiser.fCity.
John W. Marlowe-City. Gertrude A. Jones-Columbus, Ohio.
Viola C. Martin fMrs, A, Hiopingar- Waltrr K. Kennedy-City.
nerl Omaha, Nebr. Jane F, McClung iMrs. Quay Beyerl
Jfsse A McPherson-Akron Ohio. Ypsilanti, Mich,
Ralph W. Melhorn-Sistersville, West Delroy L. Metzger-Akron, Ohio.
Va. Agnes L. Meyer fMrs. Paul Kniselyj
Marie A. Miller CMrs. Louis Schweitz- City.
er! Berea, Ohio, Edith M. M.ilar-City. Teacher.
Gertrude Moore-Deceased, Clarence El Nlolan-Pittsburgh. Pa,
Raymond L Mosshart-Toledo, Ohio. Norman C, Parr-City.
Helen L. Nungesser iMrs. Omar Mey- Violette J. Patterson-City. Teacher.
ers? City, R F. D. James Postel-City.
Nora L. Phillips 1Mrs. C, E, Reissl Ralph E. Rangeler-..New Pittsburg,
Fletcher Richards-Detroit. Mich. Jesse R. Rentsch-Deleware, Ohio
Katherine L. Ritts iMrs. Grorge Bis- Wesleyan College.
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Will A. Senhauser-City. Harry E. Rosch-New Philadelphia, O.
Ray Sensanbaugher--Silver City, N, R. F, D.
Mexico, Margaret R. Shott fMrs. F. Renkertl
Flossie H. Swinderman fMrs. Denni- Akron, Ohio.
son? City. Sara O. Stiffler-City,
Laird Schell-Warren, Ohio Harold A. Stoneman-City.
Florence K. Schenk--Dover, Ohio. Wilma D. Wagner fMrs, Harley Robyl
Will T. Shumaker-Columbus, Ohio. Dover, Ohio.
James W. Scott-Deceased, Emma L. Wallace-City.
Vinetta Scott CMrs, H. Maurer? De- Estella M. Warner-Canton, Ohio,
Anna Slovensky tMrs. T o n yl Byes- Hrlfn A. Weidner fMrs. Marcus Lindl
ville, Ohio. Wooster, Ohio.
Howard B. Smith-City. Edna Pearl Wesley fMrs. Alvin Graffl
Ethel G. Stonebrook-City, Teacher. City.
Florfnce A. Wagner iMrs, Fetch! Evrette True-Dennison. O,, R. F. D.
Cleveland, Ohio. Roy Kohr-Beach City, Ohio,
Ed. Allen Walters-Cleveland, Ohio.
George D. Welty-City. C L A S S of 1 9 1 3 '
Reid C. Wilkin-Coshocton, Ohio.
Ralph H, Wyss-Deceased. Russell Exley-City'
Herman F, Zellner-Cleveland, Ohio. MVS H?11Yf'1' fM"S- Wade Baasotti
C L A S S of 1 9 1 2 Arthur Getz-City.
Lillian F. Andreas-City Earl Winkler-City.
Clarence I. Ashelman-City. Helen Unger-Tuscarawas, Ohio.
Florence E. Beaber-Cifv. Pubv Wagner fMrs, John Huffmanl
Joe P. Blickensderfer-.Harvard Col- Uhrichsville, Ohio.
lege, Boston, Mass. Elmer Cooper-Canton. Ohio,
William L, Butler-Allentown Pa. Martha Swea.ring"n.4City. Teacher.
Ada M, Englehart tMrs. Howard Harrv Rausch-Columbus. Ohio.
Stonebrookl City. Louis Sshweitzer-Berea, Ohio.
Bernice E. English-City. Teacher. He'en Reinhold fMrs. Wm. Butlerl
Florence M. English fMrs. James Allentown, Pa.
Scott! City. Walter Meyer-Cleveland. Ohio,
Virginia C. Evans CMrs, John Fretterl Russell Shively-Deceased.
Bridgeport, Ohio. Merriam Williams-City,
Frank Forsythe-Columbus, Ohio, Clifton Liggett-Deceased.
Lucille D. France-Midvale. Teacher. Jessie Stratton fMrs. J. D. Burrelll
Clarence M. Frutiger-U. S. Army Hos East Akron, Ohio.
pital, .Tosenh Eddie-Suzarcreek. Ohio.
Frank H. Getz-City. Laura Limbach fMrs, Hugo Buehlerb
Gertrude S, Griffith iMrs. Earl Roddl Canton, Ohio, "
Dover, Ohio. Carl Nungesser-Akron, Ohio.
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Laura Smith-City. Teacher.
Ethel McMann-Washington, D. C.
Howard Nolan-Uhrichsville, Ohio,
Roscoe Smith-Mt. Union, Alliance, O.
Charles Dodd-Ohio State University,
Zula Fisher tMrs. Earl Ley! Deceased.
Eldon Murray-Cincinnati, Ohio.
Annabelle Schweitzer-Detroit, Mich.
Ed. Haupert-Cleveland, Ohio.
Roland Kohr-O. S, U,, Columbus, O
Robert Steven-son-O. S. U,, Columbus.
Dlaphrye Limbach-Hubbard, Ohio.
Helen Hellyer-Elizabethtown, N. Y.
Carrie Morris fMrs. Harry De Millel
Kenneth Robb City
Sue McCullough fMrs Wm Gray?
Robert Sharp Canton Ohio
Lillian Clark tMrs Frederlcksl City
Ruby Andrews tMrs Russell HHFPISH
Ruth Cordrey City Teacher
Howard Walter City
Viona Englehart City Teacher
Opal Oler tMrs Blalr Skeelsl Canton
Helen Freeland City
Bernice Johnson tMrs Emmett Biker,
William Gray Clty
Ralph Helmick Cleveland Ohio
Geneva Ickes Akron Ohio
Carrie Fackler City Teacher
Iola Williams Tuscarawas Ohio
Hazel Hurst tMrs H L Squibbl Ben
ton City VVash
Helen Albaugh fMrs Harvey KBISBPJ
Hazel Burris tMrs Walter Hunstonl
East Palestine Ohio
John Wilson City
Challes Sharp City
Ethel Harris City Teacher
Laura Bartles City
Russell Harris Detroit Mich
Florence Meyer tMrs. Emmett Robin-
son! Greenstown, Ohio.
Gladys Thomas tMrs. P, Cottermanl
Bryan Waltz-Akron, Ohio.
Paul Van Fossen-Canton, Ohio,
Ruby Sshaad-Johnstown, O.
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Mary Katherine Keplinger-City,
Edna Mizer tMrs. Otto Weinmanl
Newcomerstown. Ohio,, R. F. D.
McClelland Watkins-Wooster Col-
Marguerite Warner-Washington, D.
Edna Hinig tMrs. W, R. Ritterl City.
Howard Hill-City, R, F. D.
Anna Kinsey fMrs. Callaghan! Den-
Luther Rangeler - Fort Hamilton,
Helen Meyer-City. Teacher.
Russell Price-Warren, Ohio.
Jane Swisshelrn tMrs. Harvey Kratzl
Hazel George Mt Union Alliance O
Ernest Cole Midvale Ohio
Leah Wesley City Teacher
James Kelly City
Rillmond Schear O U Westerville
Irene Stonebrook tMrs Merle Walkerl
W'alte1 Schumaker Cleveland Ohio
William Hodel Canton Oh1o
Paullne Andreas tMrs Norman Parrl
Harry Carr Cleveland Ohno
Jessie Wilson O U Vtfestervllle O
Selma KIQS tMrs R Lehmanl Cape
Glen Brown City
Margaret Gilmore tMrs E Truel City
Minnie Wallick fMrs Robert Hlmesl
Clara Bartles City
Beatrice Shook fMrs Gene Renwlckl
William Schnelter Canton Ohio
James Parr Pittsburgh Pa
Lillian Stoller City Teacher
Earl Hensel City
Herbert Stlffler Wooster College
Ethel Syron fMrs Clyde Stewartl City
Kathrlne Kuhns City Teachcer
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Lucille Gowlns Clty
Francis Page Midvale Ohio
W1ll1s Mathias Heidelberg U Tlf
Vlay Wenger Clty Teacher
Vleta Riffer fMrs W Buchan City
Emma Angel City
Eric Phillips Canton Ohio
Monica Healea Bryn Mawr College
Bryn Mawr Pa
Elmer Boone City
Paullne France Cleveland Ohio
Ralph Meyer Cadiz Ohio
Mabel Beatty Midvale Ohio
Howard Campbell Akron Ohlo
Minnie Schafer iMrs Thomas! Barn
Rena Gladfelter Masslllon Ohio
Virgil Beaber City
Bertha Liggett-Mldvale Teacher
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Ruth Utterback CMrs R Schearl City
Ola English tMrs Pearchl Baltimore
Charles Hartman Wooster College
Herman Kuenzli Clty
Carollne Kinsey Akron Ohio
Eugene Relser Clty
Mary Hartman City
Thelma Stonebrook City
Charles Singlhaus City
George Knisely Wooster College
Alvin Whltmer City
Isabel Lahmers lMrs John Megertl
Gertrude Whitmire fMrs F Potsch
nerl Dover Ohio
Dean Mathias City
Paul Reinhold Clty
Ruth Meyer Clfy Teacher
Walter Meyers Clty R F D
Frank Mclntosh City
Blanche Anderson iMrs Roy Morganl
Hazel Scott C1ty
William Poland City
Ehzabeth Mclntosh fMrs Roy Scott!
Max Haverman Canton Ohlo
Florence Newton City
Lucllle Harris tMrs David Morganl
Dorothy Milar Clty Teacher
Roberta Burmester Balboa Heights
Ruth Wills fMrs Leonard Stewart!
Dave Eckert City
Elva Schalfer City R F D Teacher
41nma Seibert CMrs. Ralph Helmickl
Mildred Totten fMrs. Talmage Petersl
Estella Neff-Dover Ohio,
Mary Weidner-City. Teacher.
Samuel Watkins-Wooster College
Helen Simpson-Dover Ohio,
Zella Slasor-Cleveland Ohio.
Dorian Smith-Detroit Mich,
McKinlley Marlowe-.Dennison Ohio.
Adrian Klein-O. VS. Delaware O,
Leila Helmick-Wittenberg College
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Irma Angel-City. Teacher.
William Fishel-Wittenberg Spring-
Verna Nussdorfer-City. Teacher.
Rose Pennote-Akron, Ohio.
Gertrude Jones tMrs, Carl Grossl De-
Dave Clable-Kenyon College, Gam-
Edith Knapp fMrs. Robert McGillJ
Lenore Truax-Ohio W., Delaware,
Florence Kaiser fMrs. Fred Sexton!
John Huff-Baltic, Ohio. Teacher.
Frances Agness iMrs. Clarence Ash-
Harold Wagner- W. R. U., Cleve-
Robert Cronebaugh-O. S. U., Colum-
Mary Jane Knisely-College for Wo-
Carl Gross-Detroit, Mich,
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Donald Rolli-W.-R. U., Cle-veland,
Rachael Schenk.-City. Teacher.
Fannie Angel tMrs. J. Hostetlerl Do-
Earl Mowery-Newark, Ohio.
Karl Kaserman-Oberlin College, Ob-
Elith Healea-.Bryn Mawr, Bryn Mawr
Myrtle Truax-City. Teacher.
Mildred Bowling-O. W., Delaware, O,
Lillian Sweany fMrs. Ralston! Ak-
Ralph Knipe-Dundee, Ohio. Teacher.
Pauline Mizer tMrs, Bryan Bamerl
Addis Barthelrneh-O. S. U. Colum
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Hazel Houk-Stillwater, Ohio.
Alfred Burri-W. R. U., Cleveland, O,
Dorothy Souers-City. ,
Paul Snyder-Cleveland, Ohio.
Beatrice Campbell.-.Western College,
Florice Bucy tM.rs. DeWittl City.
Gladys Mizcr-R, F, D. Newcomers,
Mildred Stucky-City. Teacher .
Franklin Reugsegger-Berea.. Ohio.
Beatrice Angel-City, Teacher,
Elva Wenger-Akron, Uhio.
lvalena LeMasters tlvlrs. James Robyl
Henry Thomas-S-to-necreek, R. F. D.
Edwin Stoller-A. 0, O,, Germany.
Floience Specht-Pittsburgh. Pa.
Marian Moore tMrs. E. Warner! Can-
Mariel Yaberg-City. Teacher,
Martha Scott-College for Women.
Elizabeth Lahmer-College for Wom-
en, Cleveland, Ohio.
Edward Torgler-Case School, Cleve.
Isabelle Meek-City. Teacher.
Marjorie Maholm-Akron, Ohio.
Mary Rangeler - Mfdlarid Colilege,
Edwin Preston-O. S, U., Columbus,
Erma Leggett-College for Women,
Garrett Sargent-O. s. u., Columbus,
Delbert White-Midvale, Ohio.
Concordia Andrews - Texarkhnms.
Mary Spiker fMlrs. F, Churchl Bowl-
ing Green, Ohio.
Mildred Houk-Newport, Ohio.
Alma Reichman tMrs. Vincent Adrian?
Florence Kinsey-Akron, Ohio,
Anna Baker-Newark, Ohio.
Elizabeth Schweitzer iMrs. Smith! De-
May Gowins fMrs. Herman Fuhrerl
Anna Swearingen-Ypsilanti, Mich.
Homer Stiffler-City. R. F. D,
Ida Dessecker fMrs, Roy Browningl
Earl Schafer-City, R. F. D
Jeanette Dowling fMrs. C. Trostdorfi
Helen Roser-City, Teacher.
Eunice Fackler-City. R. F. D.
Emily Morgan-City. Teacher,
CLASS of 1919
Starling Bahmer-Massillon, Ohio.
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Frank Fr e ,man New York Clty
Elra Bean Canton Ohlo
L w ll Loomxs-Clty
Frevda Pfeiffer City Teacher
Vcrna Henderson Mrdvale Oh1o
Josephine Mathlas City
Irma Lev Clty Normal School
Ha old Mosher Akron 0h1o
Clara Rufenacht City
Salah Esplch Clty
Wrlllam Beddows C1ty
O to Buehler Port Washmgton Ohlo
Irma Robson Clty
Archie McClelland Akron 0h1o
Cladys Stanfleld Canton Ohlo
We al Graff C1ty
Wmmfred Shott Clty
C'lll'9 ine Wflch Cxty N o rm al
Kathleen Webster Akron Ohxo
Flmfr Hars 1ne Clty
Nora Agnfss Clty
Corr ne F ance College for Women
Marian Llesfr Clty
Isabella Gregson Clty
Helen Fowles Clty
lohn Bogg'ana Barnhill Ohxo
Irene Gllgen City Teacher
Lucilc Lo enze Clty Clerk
Helen Rlce Clty
Ellen Harrxs iMrs Geo Kaltenbaughl
Margaret Boone Clty
George Harris Clty
Maraaret Gmtz Ober11n College Ob
Edna K1es Clty
Etfhelyn Bean Barnh1ll Ohlo
Mary Erdenkauf C1ty
VV1llard Campbell Musklngum Co
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Thelma Flv Canton Teacher
Oscar Llmbach Akron Ohio
Jladys Lawrence CMrs Carl Warnerl
Charles Moore New York Clty N Y
Ma garrt Meyer Clty
Mary Myer Clty
Harry Schenk C1ty
Carollne Rausch Clty N o r m a l
Wllllam Phxllips-O S U Columbus
Ethel Mathlas Clty
Lnezla Lappln City
Leroy McGregor O S U Columbus
P1ul1ne Hurst-Cambrldge Ohlo
Helen Robb Clty
Mae Smxth Clty
Charlene Van Fossen Clty
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THE CITIZENS NATIONAL is a commercial and .savings bank in alliance
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'06 West High Street New Philadelphia. O.
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