Steubenville High School - Crimsonite Yearbook (Steubenville, OH)

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19 1 Quickest way to at man's heart is thru his stomach. Cooking school in Auditorium. Learn Now I! 12 lVashington Trinity buried -10-0. - OVEMBER - 27 5 . Stubbers raid the city of Youngstown. 'lihem-6 Us-19 16 Sophisticated Juniors dash to first worldly meeting. Shakespearian Club gives plaiy in Aud. after school. 9 Talent at i r e d by i Swalfs crew. ' 'We wonder what happened at the Hi- Y initiation. 1 First Snowl l i i l 23 1 Assembly. Mr. Smiley looks l down on us from the platform. l 11 Everyone Hocks to hear Ruth Bryan Owens. Armsitice Day As- sembly. 24 Turkey Day. Cleveland C e n t r :i l meets doom. Z6-0. VVhoopee! Sr.-Jr. Hop tomor- row: 19 - DECEMBER - Z7 , 5 Q H 2 4 V S i 12 The passover - Staff 1 Deadefnadoornail. l Stampede to Canton members attend con- 3 by the staff. l vention at Capitol 1 t'Nothin' but the Nothin' to do but work and we can't do that. City. truthj 19 22 23 25 Columbus landed- Another Keith Jr. Va-ka-shun Santa Claus comes So did the plaster. Histrionic Club STARTS to see us. Con thc floor and on our headsl. throws play in Aud. EIGHTY 19 - JANUARY . 3 Here we are back again. St. Nick must have bee11 kind to some studes judging from the "joolery," etc 6 Cagers open season on East Liverpool's floor. 13 , is l Silence-gloom-ter I Last exam today. l , . , ror prevail. l Nothm else to do Exams have started. but wait and surfer. 1 Stubbers travel to Youngstown East to see w li a t damage they can do them. Tuff luck. 19 Day of reckoning- faculty look worn out but students look past that stage. 9 Rush to tinish back work and notebooks. The clark cloud of exam week is on the horizon. 24 Second semester and many green freshies are received-by up- per elassmen. 19 - FEBRUARY giggg 6 Book - salesman trampled by frantic crowds as Annual goes on sale. Dr. McAndrew tells us about our "Bone- heaclsf' 14 Scribbler group of Girl Reserves enter into the realm of the dramatic World under cover of "The Um- brella Man." 7 Gathering in Aucl. in interest of debate. Paul NVright tells ns all about the coming event 15 Singers come to de- cision on Operetta and start on "Ghosts of Hilo? l U Crowds knock down doors of Autl. to get seats to hear S. H. S. Arguers settle the point "Should trial by jury be abolish- ed?" 21-22 Attention! F. J. Mick and mem- bers of school held without bail for caus- ing many people to become hysterical at the hrst Annual Vod- vil. 13 Debaters go to St. Clairsville to con- vince them that the "Trial by jury should not be Abolishedf' 27 Seniors get together in 204, Caps and gowns dragged in. Much talk but noth- ing done. EIGHTY-ONE 19- 6 ARCH - fa J Volleyball scramble in Gym. tMauy leave on crutches with black eyes.D Kiddies' day is dug out of the discard and we begin to look forward to it. 6 Everyone attends assembly in Aucl. The band receives much applause. Debate pins given to our veterans of argu- ment. 8 The master minds of the class of '28 are made known to the world. Allen Berk- man is leading man while Mary Cather- ine Brady follows close on his heels as leading lady. 12 Our dignified Sen- iors tinally get to- gether and make up their minds on motto colors and posies. Teachers form Chor- al society. 13 Honor Society de- cides to let Mary Agnes Davin lead 'en1. Seniors made u p their minds to throw "Bah" as class show. 16 XVe watch "boidie" and "git" our "pitch- ers" "took". Senior girls listen to prediction of their future at a meeting. 21 'Nuther big school meeting in aud. Ath- letic awards handed out. High lights of class CHonor Soci- etyl named. Senior play tryouts. 1 26 Doctor Shapley en- tertains us by telling us about the stars. 19- P RIL -A 10 'We journey back to our Bookland after our Spring rest. 11 Rabbi Iola talks to us in a general round up in the Aud. Sev- eral students support the rest of the pro- gram. 13 Teachers go to con- vention ancl that lets us out Cfor the day.fJ 16 Nero tax idea is brought t o light whereby we pay two nickels a week and save a Hock of 'em. 20 Kiddies' Day!! Many dignified up- per classmen return to the apparel of their childhood. 23 Interiors of old rooms are redecorat- ed with new faces as the new home room arrangement plan is carried out. 27 Arbor Day program is presented in as- sembly by the "Pub- lic Speakers." 30 Softball introduced at VVclls. EIGHTY-TWO Qiffjzfeiieas' I x M J x , . I I l I I I V N l lK. 9 KT W .ZZ nfs' - -Z D0 LC 1 T Z! ' M 1,1 'ff-ga .2 u FA 1 . ' ' '13 .L ' 1:11-111i-,, 1 1 1-1 , 1 1 1 .1 1 Ss: VV.v M 1 ' 1 'A 1 1. 1,.V" 1 , A 1 , 1 l14A"' VV .. 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CAPTAINS MEET AT DAYTON Football Summary The football season of 1927 was the sixth successful season played by the Stet. benville High School eleven. Nine games were played and seven wins, one tie and one defeat were recorded for the Steubenville eleven. Outweighecl twenty pounds to a man the Steubenville gridders were defeated by Dayton Stivers by a one-point margin. Steubenville had a grand total of 239 points to their opponents 32. The team as a whole was light, and considering the stiff schedule it can safely be said that it was the greatest eleven on the records of the school. The backtield was the fastest ever witnessed on the local field and the line was one of the strongest. Six of the teams on the schedule were new foes: Pittsburgh Peabody, Zanesville, Struthers, Dayton Stivers, Youngstown Rayen and Cleveland Central. Peabody succeeded in holding the Stub gridders to a 7-7 tie in the second game of the season. Next year's team will be minus some of its biggest aids due to the loss of several men in june. They are Harold Freeland, james Ensell, William Coles, Thomas McGirty, Wallace Owen, Robert Given and Oral Pflug. - ' SCHEDULE S. H. S.--- .... 19 Canton McKinley .... ---- O S. H. S.--- --- 7 Pittsburgh Peabody-------- 7 S. H. S.--- .... 47 Zanesville ........... ---- 6 S. H. S.--- .... 48 Pittsburgh Oliver ..... ---- 0 S. H. S.--- .... 21 Struthers ......... ---- 0 S. H. S.--- .... 12 Dayton Stivers ....... ----13 S. H. S.--- .... 19 Youngstown Rayen ..... --- 6 S. H. S.--- .... 40 Washington Trinity ..... --- O S. H. S.--- .... 26 Cleveland Central .... ---- O EIGHTY THREE an . -'N 7.5 2, .' 1 -'gr gl X wt u' 3' in ,. nf, 1 ,A 4, I .I Q, nk' a-1'-.v '. fi! "N yi KICKING POINT AFTER TOUCHDOVVN IN OLIVER GAME 1-gn EIGHTY-FOUR is Couts PUNTS IN DAYTON GAME CLIFFORD SPELLACY- Captain-Quarterback and End i'Cliff" started the season at an end position and showed up well. He was shifted to the quarterback post following the second game. He was injured in the Oliver game and was lost to the team for the rest of the season. WILLIAM Couzs-Acting Captain-Halfback "Buddy's" line plunging and superb runs were the mainstays of the team, while his previous experience and knowledge of team- work were great aids in helping him guide the reins of the skipper's post following Spellacy's injury. He will graduate this year. HAROLD FREELAND-End "Landers" was shifted from full back to end this year and played a good game there. He had a keen knowledge of defensive tactics and he was sure to get his man on the offen- sive. He will be lost this year due to gradu- ation. PETER REDUCHA-Halfback "Pete'l put in his first year on the team and was a real threat to the opponents. His small- ness and elusiveness helped him a lot in break- ing away. He will be back next year. EIGHTY FIVE O EIGHTY-SIX GARRETT LEVAN-Quarterback "Garry" played some game at quarter. He .was fast and he received some fme passes which resulted in touchdowns. He was one of the lightest men on the team but his de- termination more than made up for his size. He will be back. JAMES EN sELL-Guard "Bottles" played his second year of football this season and few plays got through him. He was in on every tackle and was one of the mainstays of the line. "Bottles" will be grad- uated ini june. ROBERT SMITH-Tackle "Bob" was transferred from the backfield to the line this year and proved his worth at the tackle position. He was in most of the plays and was sure to make holes for the backs. "Bob" has another year at Wells. JOHN SrANKo-Tackle f'johnny's" first year on the team was a successful one. He was a consistent player and could always be counted on to make a hole. He has a few more seasons of football. Mx 5 X ROBERT GIVEN-Quarterback t'Bob's" hrst year on the team was an un- fortunate one. Following the second game he was injured in practice and was lost for the rest of the season. This is his last year. XYILLIAM BAKER--T3Clil6 "Been, while he did not get in very many games, proved that he could play. His work was very commendable and the opposing teams found him a hard man to get through. "Bee" is another man that will be lost for next year's team. JOSEPH STERN-Fullback "joe" was a wonder when it came to buck- ing the line and his work netted some long gains. He was always called when it came to gaining a few yards. This was only joe's first year and he has a few more seasons at Steu- benville. OSCAR ENDICH-Guard l'Red" was an ace on the offensive and de- fensive work. He was always sure to buckle down and hold his side of the line when the going was a bit rough. "Red" will be a great asset next season. EIGHTY SEVEN THE CRIMSONITE Of STEUBENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL ST EUBENVILLE, OHIO r w p V 4 u I YEAR BOOK NINETEEN HUNDRED TWENTY-PV' EIGHTY-EIGHT THOMAS MCGIRTV-End "Tommy" broke into the lineup this year, but due to a serious injury received in the Peabody game, was lost for the remaining games. This was his last year on the team. EDWARD LITTLE JOHN-T3CklC 'tEddie" played his usual game at tackle and was one of those sterling players who are valuable for their defensive playing. 'lEddie" was in at every tackle and was always reli- able when it came to disrupting the opponents' line. He is another man who will return for the 1928 season. WALLACE OWEN-Center 'fWally" in his first season of football was one of the main bulwarks of the forward wall. He was a hard man to break through and he played a very good offensive game. "Wally" will not be back. ORAL PFLUG-Center "Pilugie" was our other center and by his superb playing won his letter in his first year on the team. This is his last year. U CHARLES LoDoE-Halfback "Chuck" our substitute halfback played his tirst year of football during the 1927 season. He has a few more seasons at S. H, S. CHRISTOPHER CARAFAS-Tackle "Chris" was another sub who was in a few games this past season and he will be back next year. VERNON LEE-Halfback Vernon put in the season at a halfback post and will be back for the next season. JAMES RINKER- 'ijimmyn has been our efficient manager for the past four years and his services will cer- tainly be missed next year. His labors night after night at the iield earned for him the friendship of all the players. EIGHTY NINE 1 I 1 l l r I l 5 1 E NINETY 'N , spa. sl?-fl Q, , ,,Ag,...M:w .z.-q.. l . " Q4 Cheer Leaders HERBERT NICHOLS XYILLIAIXI BALL ' -JSQIZ, FRED EDWARDS- "Hick" served his first year as a manager and he was certainly a great aid to "Wamba" at the held. He will be back for next year's work. ROBERT BL,xcKBURN-- "Wamba" was another of our managers and his length of service almost equals that of jimmy. "Wamba" was chief of the held work- ers and will also leave this year. ,-.-on-'I Boy's Basketball Summary Out of sixteen games played during the 192 7-Z8 basketball season by Steubenville High, six were won and twelve lost. The team with the exception of Pflug was very light. Only one new foe, Youngs- town East, was met. Two old rivals, Dover and Martins Ferry, reappeared on the schedule. Youngstown defeated the Steubenville quint and Dover won one here and one at the Eastern Ohio tournament. Martins Ferry lost one and won one. Steubenville had a grand total of 286 points to their opponents 383. The quint entered the Eastern Ohio Tournament at New Concord but drew Dover in the first round. SCHEDULE S. H. S. ...... 21 East Liverpool ..... 39 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S.------IS Youngstown East--2S S. H. S.------ S. H. S. ...,.. 21 Columbus East ..... 32 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S. ...... 26 Bellaire ........... 20 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S. ...... 10 Mingo ..........Y.. 14 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S.--.---22 Toronto ........... 11 S. H. S. .... --15 S. H. S. ...... 27 East Liverpool ..... 36 S. H. S. ...... S, H. S. ...... Z0 Bellaire ........... 19 S. H. S. ...... Girls' Basketball Oliver .... ----40 Mingo ........ .... 2 2 Toronto .......... 15 Martins Ferry ,,,,,, 17 Dover ............. XYaynesburg Z2 ------Z1 Martins Ferry ...... 21 Dover ............. 20 Nine victories and two defeats make up the Steubenville High sextette record of 1928. The squad encountered some of the strongest teams of the valley. The points added up against the opponents numbered 307 while those counted against the sex- tette were 165, while the highest score made by the sextette was SO to 7 in the first game with Mingo. Elizabeth Wiley, captain, made 125 points in field goals and 13 in fouls. Clara Shoppe, captain elect, has to her credit 124 points in field goals and 29 in fouls. The Girls' Basketball squad is composed of 25 girls, eleven of which have re- ceived letters. The lineup: ELIZABETH XVILEY, CLARA SCHOPPE ...... DOROTHY ALEY, ZELMA DAVIS .......... ANNA lVI.-RRY CONNORS, DTABEL RICHARDS .... SCHEDULE S. H. S. ...... 38 East Liverpool ..... 8 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S. ...... Z McKees Rocks .... 0 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S. ...... 24 Bellaire ........... 30 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S. ...... 50 Mingo ............ 7 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S. ...... 26 Toronto ........... 19 S. H. S. ...... S. H. S. ...... 35 East Liverpool ..... 20 -- -Forwards - -Centers ---Guards Bellaire -- ---14 Mingo --- ----- --26 Toronto -.----.----- 13 New Cumberland---14 Martins Ferry ----. 14 NINETY-O NE TESPSJC AF I Q BEL, L 5 VAN .F il--li film ENDJCH TWO ORAL PFLUG-Captain-Guard-Oral was a man who was hard to get around. He was good at Hoor work and also at shooting baskets. GARRET LE VAN-Forward-"Garry" who was probably the lightest man on the team played a time game at the forward post and he contributed a lot to the scor- ing column. He will be back next year. PETER TEPSIC-FOVZQYIIIYZY-"PCKCU was our other forward and his tighting qualities and a good eye for the basked were his chief requisites. He has two more years at Wells. OSCAR ENDICH-Gzmrd-"Red" was one of the aggressive type of players and was one of the main cogs in the team. JAMES BIELL-Cfllffl'-ujlfllll is a pivot man that was a real tind for the team. His tall, rangy body along with a good spring made him certain of the tip-off and much may be expected of him next year. CHARLES LODGE-Cclzfcr-"Chuck" was our other center who showed up well. While new at the position his previous experience aided him a lot. t'Chuck" will be be back. WILLIAM ROBINSON--I:0l'7.l'l1l'!f--"XX7lllll got in a few games this year and he promises much for next seas0n's team. JOSEPH STERN--Gudfd--'i-IO6,l came in for his share of games and he was a man who was hard to beat when it came to guarding. He has two more years. VERNON LEE--Center-Forward-Vernon put in his first year on the team by play- ing at two posts. He got into a few tilts and proved his mettle by playing a hard game. He will be back. PETER REDUCHA-Guard-"Pete" was another man who, while he did not get in a lot of games, showed that he could play that aggreessive style of basketball which is so much desired of all players. NINETY-THREE G T11 C HRTSDES fi N 77' ELIZABETH XVILEY-Cap!ain-Fmzvarrl'-''Libby'' is one who cannot be surpassed. She is known for her accuracy in shooting, but Elizabeth will be lost through graduation. CLARA SCHOPPE-F0rward-Capfain-dvr!-Clara kept us busy watching her passes. She will be with us again next year. BIABEL RICHARDS-Guard-Mabel has played since her entrance in high school. Her playing was of the best. We are glad that she will return next year. ZELMA DAVIS-1l1f710I' Center-Zelma can guard but she can't be guarded. She was always in the right place at the right time. ANNA BIARY CONNORS-Guard-Anna Mary and Mabel made a line set of guards. Both were ever ready. DOROTHY ALEY--C671fL'f-"DOll' was a fast center. Teamwork was her pass word. EMMA TEMPEST-Minor Center-No, she isn't a big girl, but she "sure" has it when it comes to speed. She will be graduated in June. BIARY XRYESTINIEYER-Gu0I'l1l-HEY guarding was hard to overcome. Mary always put up a fight. RIACEL RISER-Forward-Macel was a capable sub-she entered most games always at her best. Graduation will claim her. IOLA DALTON-Center-Iola was a sub worth having. She was always on time in her playing. EVELYN SHUTT-Manager-This was Evelyn's first year at managing, but she handled her work like an expert. NINETY FIVE 0,0 "--Q-' ,c s N'NETY.5lx Zfwz af, ff 1314 K 1 -- :W-QNX - Q- xl v .--:S - .1 g R .RS Q 1 5 -- 2 1 '-'i f 1 1- . 1 Z : ' SW-Q ... 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I Vw . ,'a ' 1 if Foibles and Funnies of 1928 Don't tell me of mans being able to talk sense: everyone can talk sense. Can he talk nonsense? For A little nonsense now and then Is relished by the wisest men Pearse Reignzed And .-ll! H115 IIT! The damsel rent her hair ltifty cents an hour.l Her husbands breath came in short pants tbut none would tit the baby.J She angrily threw her voice land it broke a dining room windowjg he raised his tbut not to be a soldier.l She submitted and dropped her eyes lone shattering it- self on the floor.J She kissed him and he gave her a few gentle cuffs twhich were later used on her street suit.J Ain't love phenomenal? ll'l10st' Car! When it's newly washed ...... Mother? When it's just overhauled ..,..,,. Son's there's a dance on .... Daughters When When it needs repairs, fresh paint. live new tires, and tank full of Dads g3.S ....... ..--- -------- ---- - - Miss Anderson-t'I've went. That's wrong, isn't it?" Mary Mahon-"Yes, ma'am." M. A.-'tWhy is it wrong?" M. M.-"Because you ain't went yet." Adrian Doyle-Do you pet? Frances Davitt-Sure, animals. Adrian Doyle-Go ahead then, l'll be the goat. Miss Odell-t'Give the principal parts of the Latin verb to skatefl Ruth Copeland-L'Skato, slippere, falli, bumpusf' Miss Odell-"Falio, failure, flunki, sup- pendusf' Miss Brown-"I shall be tempted to give this class a test soon." Gladys McClain-t'Yield not to tempt- ation." You can tell the class of an H. 5. man by his name: Vi. Pekruhn-Freshman. Yictor H. Pekruhn-Sophomore. Y. Hugo Pekruhn-junior. Y. H. Pekruhn-Senior. An American Citizen in the Making: "What is your name?"-"Mr. Lawr- ence." "Where were you born?"-"Wales" "What part?"-"All of me." "Why did you leave Wales?"-"I could not bring it with me." "Where were your forefathers born?i'- "I only got one father." "Where is Washington?"-"He's dead." "I mean the capital of the United Statesfl-"They loaned it to Europe." "Now do you promise to support the Constitution?"-"Me? I-I'ow can I. I got a wife and family to support." Hester Yandine-s"No, I simply could- n't walk a step in shoes that pinch like that." Clerk-"I'm sorry. madamg but I've shown you all our stock now. Those shoes you have on, that hurt you, are the ones you were wearing when you came in." Adrian Doyle-"Once I knew all my lessons by heart. but I developed leakage of the heart. and it all leaked out." Mary Katherine McCoy-treading in Virgil classj-"I was stupefiedg my voice stood on end and my hair stuck in my throat." james Barcus-t'What's an operetta?l' Lester Narragon-l'Donlt be dumb- it's a girl who works for the telephone company." This notice appeared on the bulletin board in the hall: SCIENCE CLUB TO BLAST FURNACE They must be hunting for hidden treasure. NINETY SEVEN Num :XLIAS ANCIENT ANcEsToRs james Rinker "Jimmy" Caesar Burma Rinehart "Shrimp" Cupid Stanley Plies "Starz" Simon Legree Marjorie Day "Mo.rgy" Yenus Adrian Doyle "Wit" Don juan Harold Hays 'tPea11ut" Caruso Mary Agnes Davin "Aggie" She won't tell George Jones Jo1zesy" Archimedes Elizabeth Brooks Betty" Cleopatra Jay Swearingen "Jazie'l Who cares? Elizabeth McConnell "Betty" St, Patrick Robert Given "Bob" Brigham Young Elsie McGeorge "Kirk" Pericles Glendon Gould "Glen" Apollo Mary Jane Dunn "Jane" Carmen Robert Cummins "Bob" Neptune Dorothy Lafferty I Dot" Mazda Charles Doepke Clzufkn Brutus Helen Bloomer "Honey" Camille Elizabeth Rogers 'tBetty" Salome William Loretta "Bill" Columbus Virginia Passavant Ginyu Portia james Ensell Marian Thompson Bottles" Tommie" Oliver Cromwell Athena APPEARS at 9:00 journalistic Peaceful I ndustrious Regular C hildish Sophisticated Important Positive Sleepy Harmless Satisfied Helpful Agreeable Often Inexperienced Distinguished Prepossessed Sweet Confused Unimportant ln a hurry Slow but sure Exclusive ICR USUALLY SEEN With Punk With Harold But never heard In Library alone CPD Doing stunts here and there on Eighth Street In a Dodge Coupe eating talking studying? With Billie? Speeding with a man at a dance happy but not always smiling with HPat" in halls with E. M. in front of annex with friends STATISTICS DISPOSITION Independent Sweet Bashful Helpful Couldn't be improved Happy-go-lucky Friendly S'all rite None better Needs no compliments Variable Nize Best ever Good at heart .Don't esk Cheerful Likable Agreeable Easy to get along with Witty Good Talkative Brutal Babish Likes MOST Football To flirt Won't tell Clothes Dramatics Dancing To dream To debate To be popular journalism Dances Brunettes Nash's Others A certain young man Notoriety Apple Pie To whistle Dates Detention roomC?j C urls-Girls A certatin alumnus To Eat Nothing HATES Mosr Bugs To flunk Hi--hatters To study Conceited people To graduate To walk Baggy trousers Big secret Working To be quiet Familiar women Tall men The Woment ?j Sunday nite dates To be alone To frown Prudes Nothing Sophisticated crevices To misbehave Worn out gloves Chemistry Some things N EEDS Nothing A diploma Help A red dress Sleep A guardian Experience An audience Words fail us An alarm clock An orchestra Time A few inches Rest New clothes An education To show anger A mustache F? P P ? Step-ladder A shave A ring Roller skates More voice ls DESTINED Fon- "Doc" Rinker Preachers wife Work for life Actress Married life Preacher Fortune-teller A spring poet School teacher Bootlegger Trap drummer Heaven Doubtful We Know but won't tell Waitress Street car conductor Mother of ten Soda-jerker An old l'naid??? Governess Fireman Somebody's stenog Boot black Movie actress Appreciation Though these 1clxe1t1:.e111e11ts are placed '1 t 111 the 01'fle1 ot 1h1s book, they stand hut 111 1111port'111Qe f'1l1'l11CiZ1llj', for without the L11 oper1t1on ot the business men and xx 0111611 01 0111 utx the Year book would be IIUPONNIIUIC hs' ' ' lg: MMMNmMAMwWNM MA The Jefferson Building SL Savings Co. l E "Jefferson Square" 127-129-131 South ,lpllllllll Street ME E 4 4 E STEUBEXVILLE, OHIO 5 Q , 1 Surplus and Umlivitlecl Profits .............. 95251198.15 l ASSETS, May lst, 1927 ................. --- 3,6Olg,675.3ll l STRONGER THAN EVER-BORROW MONEY from The Jefferson Building SL Savings Co. 1. Lowest rates. Best terms. 2. Prompt in appraisement. 3. Prompt in closing loans, 4. Borrowers may repay in whole or in part at any time. 5. 3100.00 or more may be paid on principal at any time. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS N President ......... Chas. J. McConnell Secretary ...,.......... Hugh S. Coble 1 lst Vice-Pres. ........... XV. S, XV21lk6r Asst. Sec'y ......... Miss Leuore Kell ' Zntl Vice-Pres. .......... XVill H. Zlllli Attorney .............. R. L. McClavc ' g 5 PER CENT PAID ON DEPOSITS O E HUNDRED ONE The Jewelry Store You Can Depend on for DIAMONDS IYATCHES CUT GLASS SILVERVVARE CLOCKS ?5?Q, MIRKIN 8: CO. The Dependable Jewelers 506 Market Street COMPLIMENTS oF- KENNETH CAVANAUGH Clerk of Courts REPUBLICAN PRIMARIES TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1928 ggwNrf'rNmw QUALITY I SERVICE The Steubenville Hardware . and Supply Co. Everything In Good Hardware Complete Line of Rawlins Sporting Goods 600 Market Street Steubenville, Ohio ED TWO , , ,YYY,Y YYYYYYYYYYYYY Y 6665692972185 WADE'S E-Z PAYMENT PLAN The Wade Tire Co Phone 420 421 Washington Street 0 MN NQAL ,,,,, I E 1 1 I l 41 EAT AT rm: 1 1 ll 1 1 1. Imperial Hotel Cafeteria .Mr 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 Graduation Gifts Olll' St'lk'l'IlHI1 uf Dizuiioiids and IV1'ist XYZIIFIIPS for the Sweet Girl GIQICIIIRIIQ is of the Highest Sfillldillfli VVe Czirry ii tloiiiplete Line of Hif'tS ft 11' the Boy Qlrafl- nate. IVl1y Not Present Hi111 IVitl1 One of Our f,ii1'll0I1 XXv3tt'll0S? DIAMONDS, IVATCHICS El 11d -IEIVELRY GIFTS THAT LAST GREENBERG JEWELRY CO. lllli South Tliircl Street 1 Y li ll ll I . 1111111111 sl NvvxNvvvvvvvvvNNvvvvvvvvvvv' ONE HUNDRED FOUR james Robinson-HWho was Booker T, Washington?" William Porter-"That's easy-George Washington's father." james-"I didn't think you knew." Frank-"Is this pre-War stuff?" Fay-"Absolutely, one good-sized shot of that stuff is a guaranteed forerunner of a battle of some sort." Adrian Doyle--1'Why so melancholy, old man?" Glen - "Marjorie rejected me last night." Adrian-l'Well, brace up. old man. there are othersfl Glen-"Yes, of course, but somehow I can't help feeling sorry for the poor girl." Bob Given-ULet's drive in the park." Blanche Barton-"Oh, no, let's park in the drive." wmNWJ ,,,,,,,,Y,YY fvvvs7vv'vvxNvxNvvvvxNvxNv' , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,-AAN-N5A4Vf-LVM-4'-N-NVVV'-'VVVVNlV5-M-A-'LLN!-5-5AALMMNA4VMVWNVN,vWMMMAMv,AMAMMAN , , , , EYOUNG FELLCWS!g Tl1ere's a STYLE a FABRIC and a PRICE to please you And ilI'IL'I'SQ'L'II1Q so Illilllj' uf your f1'iv11ds 1 5 . . tugged 111 HSCHTCTIH sluts und topm-outs 1'L'lllQ1l1TlC1' Z Tl1ere's Cl STYLE, a FABRIC, and a PRICE to please you. t 5 CK 2? Distinctive'--Not Expensifve fe? QJZK 23. The Scotch Woolen Co. AL HAYS, Mgr. 419 Market Street Steubenville, Ohio ONE ' ' MNMAAAMJQLJ f 2 k Hhs Qrfimmsormiticeo A book Dvsfgncd to mirror For you Tho spirit of our high school days Golden days- Days of flceling crstasy Days full of thc slzimmerihg star-a'11st of youth Days whosc splwzdor may hr' rofnllrffcfl ami rr'-!i1'm' By walking among the little .Ucmory gardcvzs Plantra' between the fovcrs of this hook. N -AANVAANV-l-4-0-C-Al-4-66-l-Nfl-fl 5 ' , X 4 Q 5' 'll E N , A ' E A N H 5 D C I 1 A K fi R 'S . '-ur Mr 1A?3f'+1E, mfg? If5,!a -1' ,- 5' I' -r UTI- H ' "' 5 J 1, ,,Ju'l"'L-I Zu,-,.V. - ' " 4. ilu V' -' fiulu alt' -A 2 .H - .gg , A . mu. , Im V V ' . ,.., .,:. X .H lEL'm,,1.l!LUi.- P-iW.H.!SI.lL-iEMLLLETTfTzlrr '- V' -Y' x' ' SMALL NVORDS CONSTITUTE THE MOST IMPORTANT PART OF OUR LANGUAGE- Value -Is ONE OF THEM, BUT IT TELLS THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF THIS STORES GRONVTH. H U T is B STEUBENVILLE, 0. N X i nj 1 37,4 T e At the lVlost Least Beauty P Cost k"' 11 militia : Qe gll u it X7 ,Q-' ' -' . F aetilgg' -:P 59 .gffgf fi PAINT AND WALL PAPER Interior beauty depends upon the selection of the right paper for the l right room and the choice of tiuts for furniture and woodwork. 3 Hur QUALITY PAPERS and PURE ll-XIXTS insure lasting' beauty at low cost. i The Steubenville-Marietta Paint Co. i "The Paint Service Station" 161 South Fourth Street NWwNr NVrt' Av?MmWWhWWQWNWNW . 3 7777777777 777777777777 "', The Ohio Valley Electric Company 'Electrical Headquarters " GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATION Phone 123 108 South Fourth Street ,,,,,,,,,, 1 Ruth Endich-1'I'1l now recite 'The Cash of the Light Brigade., " Nathan Polonofsky - uCharge, not Cashf, Ruth Endich-"All right, I'll give you credit." As any pedestrian will tell you, it's cheaper to move than to pay rent. A blonde is superior to a cat. A cat can only die nine times. The stuff that dreams are made of us- ually washes off. The time has arrived for the men to demand equality of the sexes. Frank Polcyn-"Where's the life of the party?" Victor Pekruhn-HTommyls just pour- ing it into the punch." ONE HUNDRED SEVEN '-YALTAA-'5-AAAALAAALAAAN J-l -5-NMx4J54.5AAAL-6-ll -4-4-AL-IV-N-A64 'NAAAAAAC-LV.-C-AAAAAANNAPAAI AVC Xxrllllid Be f,il:ld to S S: 7 2 Renew 1 our . 43 A4'l1ll2l111til11C0 at Our New gi GROUND FLOOR STUDIO MILLER 8z: SON 183 North Fourth St. NWWWNVVWVNVWWWVVVPPTWVWNNVVMKMNVWQMNAK , 'NMWANMMLfMM AMNwJJJJj 2 ME 2 ,iy 1 - f5AJ3Ar.AJV.AAJvvJv' IVVSWV' ANY HAT- That fits to perfection wears well and looks charming- usually comes from Cflhnnipann Eat Svhnppe 150 North Fourth Street N' NvrN Z Frank A. Hawkins Edwin T. Hawkins Capitol Cigar Store Cigars-Cigarettes Candy and Soft Drinks Returns from All Athletic Events. Fourth and Adams Sts. I ,,,, , CUIIIIJHIIIQIIJCS THE HENRY FACI-I BEAUTY 85 BARBER SI-IOPPE 119 North Fourth St. Phone 2790 NWNW N-iJlJJJ E Smart, Up-to-the Minute Styles in Hats for the Young' Alaltroll Debutante and Graduate Mrs. Hattie R. Davis VNNVVV' ' ' ,,,,l5 .Nw ' vyv5154v5M1yvvv5M.4s4vm4.A5.L 4444445 mgyvvvvvvvvvvvx MMNWMMMN ,,,,,,, ,,,, , Coates Bros. BATES and IVHITMAN Proprietors SCHOOL SUPPLIES ATHLETIC GOODS OFFICE SUPPLIES BOOKS, STATIONERY 135 North Fourth Street 1 ' .NVVVVVCHH ,,,, ,-l, 7 1 Nvv lVVVvvvxNvvvvvw , -4wv54oANvvAM4M-MAMvwxM.Nm4-M-'-reavmfn-.54MM4AANvxMNJs4.4.5.yyt4.454 , ' : 'T' - - fi "f -X ' 1 , f ff f '- ' X , il 11 fx, f 7 7 4 2 'Xi ' -.. ' ' ff A his i t f - E I 4 i il 1.-,gi-i i .i . . A4 - ' i sf ll ILffji1Cii2: ff -X l YQ ' "fi , fx ' - rx ff fr ': 4 1 x X 4 A24 H 1 , , ,ZZ 29. ,Z Z , 4 . hi 1 -... -,qi , ll gl l L, W, '11 , :V 5, T,- - 1 in t ms ig , ,pf E, Ei '- .Pi i- :LA 1 -,ir 'LE E E Z I ' -gf -'Z , 'N-AL.-'ir-ALL-f+'1 JFLEQQ 45 - V A fi -- H- -L-.23 -f ' W ii' ls?-U 'f 2779 'P-9 . 25 1- b fQ:f?'m"""' I J ' - -ff:,,gl if f- -- -fi 'V W ,- , A- ,, f i. 2 4551 11 ww i lt il 4 in Q" J i fM3l'Tl iw. u ' E .' 7 "'!Im'5'mnm 4"9 wi"-5-if ,L , 1 , 57 A - - nn, ,, - E., n, - Pri! Q, ,. e 5-"f 1? gg1iQ:m1ufg5A'sf, gm' --' -- -.n .. 1 knlgxgbaui ,R m -L. ::..:. ,,,.--P -0. X Q-Zgg: 12,,,':E E-41 5 X- , , - .,,.. , ,... .-... ...,.,. ,-- ...... 9' 45 .-- -"' " ----- 1, F5--L4- ..,. 3 .' , 4-izffw EE --6 2:4-1 'W -'ii-'12i'dfJl?'?fE7.4:,-2, ...fe :f'E-'gg ' o- Yf "'iq'i9 f - -E -Eff 1---4-fr-fLT:TifT.f 'F' 'mms' 1 6 . ,,, , N.-.-mmf , E E .- E.-.-'il' N' , in live are equipped for moving local or long' distance, pack- ing for storage or shipinent, and with a niodern up-to-date fireproof building equipped with an up-to-date carpet cleaning plant and a Haskalite vault for the extermination of inoths or any other inseet pests in clothing or upholster- ed furniture. Located in the heart of the city. NVe solieit your business and want you to inspect our plant. liiilggiliillililliigilillil Z. L. Travis Compan Phone 873 311 North Sixth Street t"QWWv""""""'"""""" ' """"""' ONE HUNDRED NINE I . , 'A-M ,,,,,,,,,,,, W I TO OLD FRIENDS AND NEW We invite you to call and see our I Chick and Pet Department. Only Imported Birds Sold In Our I Pet Department. Yr? vf NIR ,Ill It-I if 'I - ,I-, ,1 ' D, ". 1324 71. ,T ' ..r' 'J 421' I 5 S W e I ' 1-4 1 1114! I Hardware, Paints and Varnishes, Stoves and House Furnishings. I .l.W.Dorsch Hardware I and Pet Shop I I Alex Berkman-UI love the subtlety Ibsen's rolesfl . I Margaret Hutton-'4Yea, but thort Parker House rolls are hard to beat." I . I Harold Kaufman-"My Latin pape looks like the West." Augustine Myers-"How's that?' Harold-"lt's the great open spaces." , I Mary Scott-"Where was Paul Revere when he took his famous ride?" Craig Grafton-"On a horse." Grace Slaughter-"What would you men have today if woman had never been created?'l Harold S,-t'One more ribfl "Say, Nicolai, why did you not marry with Marie Stanislauskaskenivanovitch?" "Well, Petroushka, to be frank, it took too long to introduce her to my friendsfl ' M 'AAANJ ,, , Yaarereeerererre , 'I YlI5ElilQ IS TIIRILLIXG 2: E THE XVORLD I .ISIIQAR-slats IT I I 1:4 1 I , Ig, I voDv1L . 2 I 5 gj FEATURE I 'pri PICTURES I I'-' I I I Ig. KRUPA I .I I I O I I I, . I2 3 I I ,Q I I I I OW! I IQ lg I - , ................. - , ,II I II :ll ' I . , ul l , . I I I I I , ,I C apltol I O E HUNDRED TEN EIKEITI-1m , YYYY ,YYYY YYYYY YYYYY ,YYY Y ,Y,,Y ,YYY ,,,, ,,,,, ,,,, -NSN THE LARGEST.FLORAl,ESTABLDHIMENT ADCEASTERXCHHO E 2 75,000 Sq. Fr. nfG121SS 1 'E .Nvv'Nv'.Nv' , KQEEQ 1 OROWINO CHOICE STOCK EOE OUR, 5 RETAHQSTORE 2 2 1 ls 15 H 2 HOME OEOWN FLOWERS F REAL SERVICE C' Phone 121 1 :S 173 N Orth Fourth Street Steubvnvillc, Ohio O NAANMAAAN l'I'."0'?V'7vNlVV'?QVVX7vVVVi" AANNNVVVV f 7viNVV'7'?V7V' NwA 4AMMmww4wWWNf Q, 3 M , ,A.5AM.5.4f.mANvmN.A.umAM Herald Square Cigar Store 3I21j.L'E1Zi110S IJC1'iUdiCillS Sf0llIJQ11ViHC, Ohio Plmm- 832 SELTZER'S THE HOME OF HOM E-MADE IVE CREAM AND CAXDIES AAAAAL-AAAA4-664, , , Nfvvk4wffJA444AAN54J5MJj.AAA4.L.AALJNVvN.AANvANxAAANvvN H. F. Wolpert 8: Co. GROCERS, Folk Gund Things To Eat, NVl101'c Quality and ECn11o111y rules. 5'?777?772V7?N2WWVWVNTNNvANWWW JVVVI' lVVV'."Q'Y' VVTFNVWANNVTNVVNNNWWNWNMN 'N' 7Ey.4.4.M.vvx.I.7 .uv-.r.f -A4-C-4-AAAAA-All-A6464-04-"JJ ' 'V-'VJWUJJJJT-NVVJ4AN!AMMAM WA'.'1 COMPLIMENTS OF Y. M. C. A. E17-'-rr f7Q.4Nyx.vvvvNvvvvvv.A.m1m.uv vvvv-.1.N.Nvv MM: 1 OOMPLIMENTS OF Ray Swearingen Candidate for County T1'easu1'e1' 1 l'f'.'VV'7:7fflVX M , , - , DRINK COBURN'S BUTTERMILK ff.AA?i'7'??V?9'7VVN7.vvwvVNANViA7VQWv9irVVx7?xA70i ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' 7' W ' ' ' ' -A661566-CJ. HERE is one priinary and fundainen- tal policy upon which a newspaper niust build itself-honesty of pur- pose and general decency. XVithout that foundation it is not entitled to success. The Steubenville Herald-Star hopes to continue to succeed. HE saine basic policy is highly recom- mended for those who are leaving high school, and the same normal expectancy may be applied to their lives. NvWwNwNv ONE HUNDRED THIRTEEN 'N-C-AAI' . , ,,Y,, L Q lwivter L lunge SUITS---Collegiate Models R EAI JY-TO-XYEAR MADE-TO-ORDER fl?-10.00 and Up Mziny gmrcl things in wear in the newest styles:- Huse, Shirts, Neckwear, Sweaters, Etc. -,q,q,-V-v-vqfq,-v-vxrx,-vqp f..h.A.n.A.A.f-fu'-.fur-f.f..A.n MUELLER SL MILLER 77I'WQWYThNWVWAN ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -AAAANMAAM ,, ,H NJN -V -NMVVH , H -H -H SPIES XYHEN You BUY ,xr THIS STQRE You ARE CQNEI- IIENT OF THE GENUINE- NESS OF EVERY ITEM OF ITRQHASE. I DIAMONDS XVATOHES SOLID GOLD J EXVELRY SILVERXVARE CLOCKS 1-O.-. W. G. SPIES CO. The Gift Shop of Steubenville. 509 Market Street Used Tires New Tires I'IO1'111 Says: Buy Your Tires AT A RELIABLE PLACE - I sl-.L-I jv, L.SgA,Uh. t Ifhwaa ,FL Z V- .mu -A ,fuss .-fp, . , , . . -,--- --- Qquncllg .-AFD I-4.4. . .s.o.o.a.s...s' .P grf. be P-. . -!.I.f...4. s.4 M. A- . HERM'S Tire Co. 223 N. Third sr. Phone 2-L84-R Herni Dezen I A eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee I vvvvNNvvNNv'r 4 i SHlZbHC1l8I',S THE BEST PLACE TO SHOP IN STEUBENVILLE E 4 is 4 4 is , I 'x Y W Y'YHN R4VVWNXIVQVvW'WViVVCW7V?'WW''YY' AA'A"'7VNii Eat A Plate of Ice Cronin Every Day! WVe Must Please To Prosper REICICS ICE CREAM f'Se1've It and You Please All" XVe use the best of fruit syrups and crushed fruits in our tlavoring. Our fountain is kept in a sanitary condition to assure our customers of the best and purest fountain pro- ducts obtainable, NVe invite helpful criticism from our Customers. XVHITMAN CHOCOLATES SOLD ONLY AT Wilson's Drug Store CAPITOL THEATRE BLDG. 4th and Adams Streets Miss Howard-'How many make a dozen?l' Freshman Class-HTwelve.', Miss Howard-'tHow many make a million." Freshman Class-'tVery Fewf V Milkmen seldom get marriedg they see Women too early in the morning. Adolph Gross-f'Did she let you kiss her?l' William Fried-"Oh, heavens no! She isn't that kind." Adolf-UShe was to me.', Miss Doerman-"Did you' interview the eminent statesman?" Bob C.-"Yes," Miss D.-'tWhat did he have to say?ll Bob-"Nothing," Miss D.-'LI know that, but how many P77 columns of it. ONE HUNDRED FIFTEEN Faculty lQHMS Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Organizations Athletics Humor Advertisements MMAmMA.mANv.A.mAANNWJJ JMNmANWmmMNJN ,,,,,, H,WH,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,WW MMMAMNMNMAMNNI COMPIJIMICNTS OF The Steubenville Clearing House Association gi il l! Z KH. XV il YI V A lil, s ll .f if -ii A,ll1101'lS and Mechanics Savings and Trust Co. National Exchange Bank Peoples National Bank Union Savings Bank and Trust Co. Steubenville Bank and Trust Co. NVWNNVv NMNNw ' Q 'fl 1 , N. .,,-Y , 1 ,l EEF,,,,,,,...,-..--57,-. L. " A G s'ryns 9 ' 2 'rr-AT 595212 SQQFGURTH SI STEUI5ENVlLLE,O. --f -,n-131,225 ..,, -.,,: . . W ..,vv. ,A fl, ,Q -.., .,.....1-.- :..,.,1-,.1,-TM.-.-.--.:a -. . - -, -. fv- 5' 'W' I, ,, .O ' 155 Qfvifi? ., , JT? 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LOCKWOOD COUNTY AUDITOR ' 'NV-"1v.ANvviN'NNvvNNvvvw 2 Bill Loretta-'tWhat is a fiancee?" Madge Miller-"A woman who is en- gaged to be married." Bill-t'Then what is a fiasCo?'l Madge-"Oh, that's the fellow who is going to marry herf' Always forgive your enemies. especial- ly the ones you can't lick. Beauty is only skin deep but many a girl would be thankful if her beauty were only as deep as that. Ji A Q, 3 4 .1-. 2 COBIPLIBIENTS Teacher-'CA fool can answer more E, - questions in a minute than a wise man p OF can answer in an hourf' Ei Senior--ttThen I suppose that's why i E. J. so many of us Hunk? for MunSOWTt'C0rnb your hair, l haven't you any pridef, Miggie P.-HNO, I haven't any combfl ,,,, ff ..,,,.,,,,..,, , .,.. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,, Nw l Successful Mew-- l Lenders in business and professional life-all wear clothes i that are OUSTOM TAILORED. Young nien should cultivate the habit of wearing C'usto1n-Made Clothes in fi o o 2 Emil H. P1tassy it Custom Tailor-Quality Furnishings i 160 North F1 vurtli Street Ste11lw11villv's ViJ1'Ogl'0SSlVC Tailor for Over 16 Yours "'A M """""""""VVVY ONE HUNDRED EIGHTEEN NWMNJ-MMMM!-C , I , '- ,,,, -Nl -N-'f-A-I-C-1-C-1-5-5 , , 5 . 'AM'-C15-AAA! COMPLIMENTS OF- illlunkvrh XVHY ARE ALL THE FELLOXVS TALKING MUNKER SUITS ?'? See the "COLLEGE HALL" Suits- you 'll 11114 nw. -'AMNWm'J! 'NAA-AAAAAC.AJ ...YYYY nn' 7.00 ,,,,,, ,, ., R. C. SHANTO 8: CO. JEWELERS WATCHES DIAMONDS 165 North Fourth St. Steubenville, Chio O E NWmNMNmNvvwNWWWvwNvvWNvNNvMNvNWAANW'NWmWvwVW'wvvw'wWwNvvMNNfnV 1' fvvvrv' lV'v'rv"n'VV' YVV' MNmMAM mNMm JNWfJJfJJ ,V.ANmANxAAAAAMAAN. f NVJAAMAAMJAANJNMAANNJJ STAR LAUNDRY Steulmt-nville's Only Energine Cleaners Odorless Phone 98 ' LOUIS AGRESTA CUSTOM TAILOR FINE IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC IVOOLENS 115 North Fifth Street , wlZ7ffw',QQAANv!rY Vi vvwvvvvwv- Continual Sueeess for Life Is Assured by the Use of a SHEAFFER LIFE TIME PEN OR PENCIL Probert's Drug Store HIYhere folks like to deal" WwNNAN Adelaide Beauty Shop The liner hairdressers all over the world use the gentle Eugene method of Permanent XX'3Vll'Ig. It ossesse im rove Ja en e ea- p s p cl 1 t t cl 1 tures, essential for perfect results. 815 Steubenville Bank and Trust Building. Phone 508. .lvlANvvvvNNvvvvv'r!A!YvYvg NWNw' Our Big Side Line Is Artist's Merchandise PARLOR DRUG STORE 15-1 North Fourth Street J. C. Smith, Prop. vvxNvxAA44vy l t k wJMAM Congratulations and Best IYishes to the Class of 1928 S T U D I O ART SI-IOPPE The Ground Floor Studio 124 North Fifth Street DRED TWENTY .'1 JN iiiiiiii iiiiii O 2 5 li I i f FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS S '5 5 3 HIGH SCHOOL students and graduates niake line business assistants after completing' a thoro course in our r college. It is the sliortest. the surest. and best way to a l good position and a Successful career. -YOUNG FRiEXDs- l 4 lf you want to beeonie a real success, in the shortest tinie, at smallest cost, then clioose Business as your Yoon- l 5? tion or profession, and finish your education and training i --ini l 3 S Wzzf if ,flair 1 Xx I ' w -r - ' , i Open All Sunnner. lyni-oll Bow and Save Money. i bil? """"""""' """"""""' 7 """""' T - L44MAML4LJ,' Drunk rgigain Irate wife tdiscovering husband on Shoes--Hosiery r t front steps fiddling with door knob!- "What are you doing there, Webste-r?'l "PShh, I'm trying to get Pittsburgh." Quality Maintained Nothing There l Teacher-l'Why don't you answer me?" Frosh-"I did Shake my headf, l Teacher-"Well, do you expect me to 5 ESAKOVICI-PS J 3 328 iiarket t hear it rattle Way up here?" :El l Howards acquiring a new mustache STEUBENVILLE E DAILY PRESS The fastest growing Newspaper In Ohio 'Neath his patrician beakg Getting it on the installment plan- A little down each Week, "Yes, Tom, Helen Said that last night she dreamed She was dancing with you." "You thrill me to pieces, Victor." -and then She woke up to find her kid brother pounding her feet with a Hat iron. ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-ONE 5 5 5 COMPLIMENTS OF THE STANDARD SLAG COMPANY , , , , , . l . - . ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-TVVO vrrrnmr YYY, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, - Compliments of- SOUTI-I END E GRGCERY 579 S. Fourth St. Phone 1913-J Steubenville, Ohio WW'YWW NvWNWWNrNvrr IVVNNNNVVVN - ANMMMANNfNJNWNMM4!M FOMPLIMICNTS OF Fort Steuben Cigar Stand 1 K Nothing Else, But f'Are you laughing at me?" demanded the irate teacher of his class. "Now came the answer in chorus. "Well," insisted the teacher, 'lwhat else is there in the room to laugh at?l' Tf'ac1zer's Zllisfakc Mother ilooking at son's report card! -"What does this check on effort mean?" Son llaughingb-"Oh! Thats a joke on the teacher. We don't even study effort." George Gilmore-"Doesn't it upset you when you run over a pedestrian?" Lewis Giammarco-"No, I've never hit one as big as all that." Alex jureveic-"My girl ran the car into the fence the other day and knocked some paint off." Hymen Leipzig-"Off what. your car or the fence?" Alex J.-"Neither, Off my girlfl A ,,,,,,, -66154 -MAL-4-64.1 . l 4 4 4 ssss Qleeeers " You 'll be pleased" l The Laundry Does It Best just Phone 632 4 4 4 4 E E ONE HUNDRED TWENTY THR E AAMNAAAAANJ ' 'N fvm ANNNJJJJ 'JJ ' ' ' ' . . . f W .'.' JJ- -5-1.5.11-,-Z-4-,-ll-5 E 4 INS UR E NVITIRI i CIA. Gescheicier Co. i SAFETY and SERVICE E 4 2 2 3 E 168 NORTH FOURTH STREET Ig E A, ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,YY,,,,Y,Y,,Y ,Y,, , , H Y Y Y Y V Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y fvvvvx.m.vvWw-MNwwNvvwvxNWwvNvwvNvvNNvA SAVE AT 2 3 The Union Building and Loan Company 5 2 2 P FIVE PER CENT ON DEPOSITS 168 NORTH FOURTH ST. I . , H uw, ,, f as o s M- 1 Cl th' C egi? - , -f s 0 mg 0- ' V' 3 EE : 7 is 1:2 E r ' l i ll ll .X 'ou wi lie Q ' F! ,gif-'Q 7 i i ' the new 3 ff --rmsfror is 2 . fy J is 4 it 22-2f,29oWffm"wmW0wm,,'2'5 s'1fRiP1f:s." 5 nMNwNwwWWm vNwwwwNWwwwMmNwrN7Nwvw-7-Q-7vNw-N-rwo-iv.-V-.wwmv-vwvfvrvzfv-:vwl . Muvwwsmmacfywweumwwaj.-M44444w4Me.e.c.'ff.M.j. Hggt-"Have 3 Cigarette?" Frank Blackburn-"No thanks, I don't Q smoke." PURTRAITS l Host-HHN a drink?l' OF Frank-UI really don't drinkf' H st-UM 'b 'o 'd l'ke to dance a DISTINCTION r bit?'? al 6 l U I i Frank-l'Sorry, but I donlt dance 4 Kodak Finishing 5 either." l Host fdesperatelyj-'tWe1l, my mother Y ., '4 1 9011111191 C131 has a ball of yarn and some needles, do Iqlotgglfaphy yOu want to knit EL littl6?'l Generous Uncle-UHave you a dime ,f Q X 1 i bank, john?U l John Hannen-UNO, but I have a bill fold." l First Mother-"Did your boy win many prizes at college?" 510 luarket Street Second Mother-iproudlyy-"He was i presented with bath towels by forty dif- ferent h0llel5.H ONE HUN TWENTY-F C I fN X X N23 KC X 4:7 X f?W ff' S F FD X9 if W fk "-3... 2 5 I AMN A-6664, , .V .MNJ A .Nvvvv 'wxgfvw .Quality Above All Herf-jones Company DESIGNERS A N D MANUFACTURER S OF SCIIOOL AND COLLEGE JEXVELRY INDIANAPOLIS U,--,'fL U':.!Q.'n' 'wsu' -Lfff' ' QW 5:3 315-i-SL" fm 4 OFFICIAL .IEIVELERS TO STEUBENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL HUDSON QE E 'SEX 1 PACKARD Sales and Service fl. E. Ryder Motor Co. i Phone 722 533 North Fifth sf. MADELON JUNIOR CLOTHES FOR FASHIONABLE YOUTH Thele is no MiXXVlxXV31dH stage for the gill in het 'teens who knows the Joy of wx efuing' Madelon Tun- io1 Clothes- Day Time Fioeks Palty Floeks Coats Sold Exclusively at Cooper Kline Co Steubenville, Ohlo 1 .A v 1 -1 1 1 v 7 1 P 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 1 1 1 g 1 1 1 O 1 1 1 1 1 1 11111 11111111111111111111111111'1 A Boy With a Heart Jay S.-K'Dad, you remember you promised me live dollars if I passed in school this year." Dad-"Yes" Jay-"Well, you are not going to have that expense." Light In Darkness A Freshman-"Dad, what is a dark re- cess?" Dad-"Christmas vacation in an Es- kimo college, my son." Freshman-HDO they celebrate by giv- ing a Snow Ball, Dad?" Dad-l'Bedtime! Son." Miss Swab-"What is the plural ol mouse "Billy." "Billy" B.-'4Mice." Miss Swab-"Correct, now the plural of spouse?" "Billy" B-'lSpice." ONE H ND ED TWENTY-SEVEN mWAMAMNmAM W MNvAMJANfJAN 4.5Jv.AAJfJvxAAAArAAAr.'-.ANJxAAA4xNvm 3 2 Compliments of 2 4 The Jefferson County Bar Association 2 2 s 2 U E D i JOHN W. PORTER, President AMANDA STRAYER, Secretary S. C. KERR, Treasurer D - ,'. 5 4'- If IC IS I'-. ,x I5 Ii YOUTHFUL MODES IN IVEARING APPAREL FOR THE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES E xo Q I it ai E :E E E R ' S 514-522 Market Street FASHION CENTER OF STEFBENYILLE AhA7?VVVVVVV'TVNNVVV?VVffN7N79'WlVVNVVVNVVV9V'?V?V'fNVfNNW 'rNNYfV7C'?VNNVWhhNVTNWhNxVVW'WVYig Ruth Fraley-ul think grammars easy The Spanish lnn 5 Specializes In Good Sandwiches Lending Library New Books Every VVeek ' Better Photo Finishing l BETTER PHOTO FINISHING l ENLARGEIIENTS I FRESH FILM I Magazine Subscription Agency I Lowest Existing Rates Steub. Bank and Trust Bldg. The Little Lobby Shop I Phone 1755 I mother. I know all about singular and plural." Mother-UDO you? Thats very clever perhaps you can tell me the plural of sugar." Ruth-'tLumps, of course." A New lxcuse for Lateness Mrs. Childs-"Why are you late this morning?" james Heatherman-"Because the bell rang before I got here." Sara Kempler-"Why is a schoolroom like a Ford?" Geltrude Rosen-"I donat know. Why?" Sara-'tBecause there's a crank in front of a bunch of nuts." Lottie S.-"One of my ancestors came over on the Mayflower." Ruth W.-L'Oh, really! How long is he going to stay?" ONE HUNDRED TWENTY-N NE ANNZ J BILLY TRUE'S SCIENTIFIC SAX SHCP AND STUDIO Expert Musical Instrument Repairing 155 NORTH THIRD STREET Riiiifffliifls SUPPLIES Wurlitzer and Martin Handcraft 1 ljjgiff Instruments -gf Guaranteed for x 50 Years I.. CLASSES OR " .. . ' J " SIQDQISDZENCE Qian- -gy! IN IMPROVISING ff,ffQxXzf' HARMONY fbi' ARRANGING ' f EVERY III" i X THINCI PRIVATE !i H TEACHING OF S MODERE REED ' MUSICIAN INSTRUMENTS NEEDS --.AEA ,' un: Playmg a hand made Martin is a profitable way to earn a College education. Come in and compare them with the others. Easy Terms Arranged. l 5 I I I w I I 1 HA BETTER PLACE TO EAT" Federal SC1U.afE l..U1'1Cll Phone 9163 211 North Fourth St. Pure Food Steubenville, Ohio Good Service Cleanliness ZEEIEEEEEEEEIEEEEI The Best Is None Too Good For You R. L. Dickie S. F. Berry i Wt f Coinpliinents White's Barber and Beauty Shoppe Corner Third and Market Streets For a Satisfying Drink and Refreshing Pineapple and Orange Snow, Visit the Washington Square Pharmacy Cor. Wfasington and 5th Sts. C. H, THATCHER Shrubbery-"Dad, I need a new hat." Dad-HBut you go without a hat." Shrubbery-"Yes, but I must have a hat to go withoutfl The less you study, The less you know, The less you know The less you forget, The less you forget, The more you know, tMoralj Why Study? Mr. Wright - t'Take this sentence: Take the cow out of his lot. What mood?" Don Overmyer-t'The cow." Stubborn Teacher Father-"james, I'm not satisfled with your report card." 1 james Steweart-HI told the teacher you wouldn't be, but he was too stubborn to change it." ONE HUNDRED THIRTY ONE vxxANN.fJA-XAAAMMANN NJAAAAUQAI AAAMNJAN-N MMMMNmNmMMflMN1 3 Shoes That Satisfy NAPPY OPULAR HOES at RICES 2 3 FLoTo ff HUTTERLY FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS E NTNVVVVVVVVCVVVV' NX'Qi'I N Smith 8: Gaughan GRADUATION GIFTS That Give Pleasure MRS. J. W. STUBBS ' Negligees, Underwear, Necklaces, Handbags, Handkerchiefs, Hos- iery, Scarfs, jewelry, Portfolios, r Diaries, Graduation Books, Mem- ory Books, Bill Folds, Photo Frames. Opposite Postoffice. 4 1 , 1 IE O rd Cu Q' IE H T For Economy Buy At, l L. ti L. TTR-E SHOP T : A 4-"- l 'ht l iEfEl4.Qf l -isq iwgs 752511 1 X 1 106 N4f,1.t11 Fourth Strect Q 3 12 Months Guarantee Regardless X 3 of Cause. . , Q 3 212 S. Srcl St. Phone 2206-J MMMAMAMNM6M4l MbM4LNJJJJJ ' 4AAAANxAANvAAANvvJNNxANvv.fJ.fvv.fJ.AAM.'.A.'J.f-.f.r.f.'v'." OOMPLIMENTS Oli' SANDERS MOTOR CO. CHANDLER MOTOR CARS 'Equipped Wiith 1Vest- inghouse Brakes " YNAAAANAAANMAANWAAMN Black Bear Inn Bar-B-Q Sandwiches E-'QEEE Open Day and Nlght 11, Sunset Blvd. -ANvvvvvvvvvvvvvNNvvvnNv'sNvvvvvNvNNvNNvNNvwvv'v'v' -AMVVN-C-65660406-, THE H1LLToP's LEADING DRUG s'roR1+3 BERGER'S PHARMACY 1441 TV. Market Phone 2658 ' AANvxAANv.ANvxN HOME MADE Bread, Pies, Oakes, Pastries Also Brownbobhy Doughnuts The Servette Shop 149 North Bifth St. Phone 421 , Compliments of- ' REENBERCYS ROCERY Phone 378 118 North Third St. Steubenville, Ohio UNIVERSAL AUTO BODY Body and Fender Repairing Auto Painting of All Kinds. 408 N. Court St. ' . MAMgMNV.Ly5 HARDWARE 5 - ' r it i A -.G-UARANrE15JJ H-ARDlliARE . Of All Kinds 536 Market Street Phone 210-J ' ' ' Z?r7??V'T7Nrlv' ,Nvv-Nvv YOU GET- Higlr Quality Gootls At Low "Cut Prices" XVHEN YOU BUY AT The Central Drug Store AN High School Confectionery ICE CREAM CANDIES AND LIGHT LUNCH 306 North Fourth St. DAVID PATRICK ANv . Harold Guthrie wants to know why people who have false teeth have to brush them. A good woman is hard to find-and much harder to keep-good. ' Gatewood Fullwood-HMy time is worth a million dollars a minutef' Wilbur Bruce-"Gee, it's pretty tough when the clock is set ahead an hour." 1. Voice on Phone: t'Thils is Louie. D0 you love me, Alta?" 2. Ditto: "Of course, dearfl 1. V. O. P.: "You two-timer! This is not Louie, it's Pat." 2. Ditto: 'tYou double-crosser! This is not Alta, it's Betty." Mr. Wright-"You missed my class yesterday, didnlt you?" Everett Merrill-'4Not in the least, sir, not in the least.' ' ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FOUR vvvyv YYYYYY, ,Y GOODNESSI Jim 'EIN- Vw W N H r'Gt3r-zfd 02521 CANDIES COPE'S CUT RATE 604 Market Street Steubenvillets Exclusive Distribu tor of the Famous Candies. ,vvfvvvv IVVVN E. Y, x W 1 I xv 1 1 25: W' 3 M 6 ONE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE ' ic- vi ' 7 Q, I ' .' 15' p' .'... 3 5 I :in 'XnI QQ '- suIu.p"'-"I Jvr vqllv' X XE..X".M'.'.P.. 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Auf OLIVE ANDERSON A. B. Mount Union. I'fngli5h. PAUL WRIGHT BIARJORIE CATTELL B. 5. in Ed. Ohio University. Huad of Latin Department. A. B, xx'i1mmgIon, i A. M. Columbia. English. Bsss L. ODELL A. B. Ohio L'IIivcI'sity. Latin and History. EIGHT RIILDRED I. SWAB A. B. Ottcrbein. English. VIRGINIA HOXX'ARD A. B. and B. Sc. in Ed. Ohio State University. lfnglish. NORMA CHENOXVETH A. B. Earlham Latin and French. JULIET EAKIN A. B. Muskingum. Latin and French. HELEN A. BIELVILLE B. S. XYestminster. Head of Mathematics Department. JOHN A. TURKOPP A. B., A. M. Ohio State L'nix'ersity. Sciuncc. BIARGARET BOYD A. B. Mount Union. Mathcinatics. FRED C. LAUSCH A. B. Ohio lfnivcrsity. Physicx S. A. GRILL A. B. Ottcrhcin. Liconictry and Algchrzt. BIARY E. BROWN A. B. Marietta. Civics and American History Head of History Department. i E. LOUISE LYONS A. B. Smith. Head of Ci'lCl'IliSlI'y and Science. AIADGE STURGEON B. S. in Ed. Ohio State. History. HARRIET SMURTHYVAITE B. L. and A. B. Adrian Biology and Science. NINA CLAY A. M. Oberlin. History. NINE HOXN'ARD YUNRER A. B. llc l'auw L'niversity. llistnrv. LUCILLE M. GRAYSON B. L. 5. llmvling Green Business L'11ix't-rsity. MRS. T. W. CASREY A. H. Milligan. History and Civics. T. W. CASKEY A. B. Milligan. Commercial. GEORGE li. PEARCE B. S. Richmond. Shorthand and Commercial Practice. Head of Commercial Department. C. F. KING Diploma Albion College. Ferris Institute. EDITH M. RIANOR Oberlin Business College. Commercial. J. H. SHOEMAKER Ohio University. Head of Manual Training. TEN Roy L. ANDERSON Bliss Business College. Shorthand and Typing. CORRINE M. APPLEGATE B. S. University of Pittsburgh Head of Home Economics RALPH C. LAWRENCE B. S. Engineering in Mining. Ohio State. Mechanical Drawing. HUGO NIIKSCH Band Master and Director of Orchestra. RACHAEL FREEDMAN A. B., Ohio State. Librarian. LORA B. CHILDS Secretary tO Principal. CHARLES G. CARTLEDGE Director Of Athletics. LEONA WEISTER Asst. Secretary to Principal. BESSIE HARDGROVE R. N. Akron City Hospital ETHEL ANDERSON Secretary to Superintendent. JOHN PHILLIPS T. S. F. College, London, linglancl. Music Supervisor. EDITH SMITH ASSt. Secy. to Superintendent. DOROTHA CARSON B. S. in Ed. Ohio University. Physical Education. ELEVEN TWELVE Normal School Graduates VIRGINIA BAKER DOROTHY BARTHOLD THELMA CAMP ETHEL COHEN LEOTA EVERSON ETTA HALLEY LILLIAN KARP ELEANOR NIACPHERSON GERTRUDI: BIARTY PAULINE PEARCE GLADYS PURVIANCE BIABEL RUTH THOMAS INIARION XVOLPERT EMMA EXVING i F V' 4 6,222 0245 ff' T - - q"'X , ,2LL'M'QiQ,j x A fy, QE Q5 ffk 7 ffwff' IE7 f 4. PH' -f I. I, ., , rf' n 1 If ' 'an 1 . W ' 4 5, xl ., 1, , , 4-R , 175 A -A lt. x .:J.1.. Class of 192 MOTTO Filzimus Cofpfusi NYC Finish to Begin! COLORS Green and Silver CLASS FLOWER Calvin Coolidge Rose OFFICERS President .,.............. - - - ..... JAMES RINRER Vice-President .... .............. H AROLD FREELAND Sf7U'6ll17'j' ...... - .... ---ROBERT BLACKBURN Treasurer .---....--.----. .---. W ILLIAM BALL THIRTEEN FOURTEEN Valcdiciorian ........................ ALLEN HUGH BERKMAN Salutatorian ..,.,.....,.....,....... MARY CATHERINE BRADY Honor Society ALLEN BERKMAN MARY CATHERINE BRADY MARY K. MCCOY JAMES SHANAHAN BEATRICE CALL MARY MAHON MARY BAILLIE ELSIE MCGEORGE DOROTHY SIMPSON HAROLD KAUFMANN HAYDEN HARRIS LESTER NARRAGON ROBERT STARR GRACE SLAUGHTER GLADYS F LEMING ELIZABETH SCHULZE MARY AGNES DAVIN MARY FRANCES BRICELAND CENA RICKEY WILLLAM BALL MARY PARKER HERBERT NICHOLS WILBUR BRUCE MICHAEL STANKO ALLEN HUGH BERKMAN "Alex" ROBERT E. BLACKBURN "Wamba" Secretary. A man of great managerial qualities. XVILLIAM JOHN BALL "Bill" Treasurer. He sits high in all the pcOple's hearts. SIMONA RUTH ADDISON Nothing common seems worthy Of her. EMILY MAE ASHMAN This maid is very quiet yet at all times willing to help. Valcclictorian-Highest Honor. The master minrl of the class of 1928. Bl.-XRY C. BRADY "Kitty SalutatOrianfHigh Honor. A maid that far surpasses us coin- mon folk. JAMES T. RINKER "Jimmie" ljresiclent. Good sportsmanship is his bucklerq fellowship is his sword. l'IAROLD EDWARD FREELAND Yice-president. He is one of those men who pos- sess almost every gift. FIFTEEN BLANCHE ANETTA BARTON A reason for the renown of the Sen- ior class iS the beauty of this lass. MARTHA K. BARTOW "Barton Gcntlcness and modesty mark this girl. LEONA BIAXINE BEAL "Susie" The force of her own merit makes her way. OSCAR BERNSTEIN Men of few words are the best of men. SIXTEEN SYLVIA AUGUSTA AYERS Our Sylvia is very independent and we are assured of her future Suc- cess. RIARY ANN STEVVART BAILLIE XYith Honors. Her friends they are manyg Her foes, are there any? JAMES F. BARCUS "Jimmie" Few words spoke he Yet he played his part. STANLEY K. BARNHART "Stan" .X man of hope and forward-looking mind. . , ,gi A A fi. , ,.,. i NIARY F. BRICELAND "Eggs" Wfee, tiny, and sweet. HELEN E. BROOKS "Betty" Full of pep, ready to dance, that's Betty. WVILBUR THORNLY BRUCE A true sport in everything. ELIZABETH MARGARET BRYSON A lass demure with smile so shy. as FRANK IRWIN BLACKBURN It has been said that still water runs deep. HELEN ELIZABETH BLOOMER The idol Of the Frosh and the friend of the Senior. ROBERT L. BOUGHER "Aubbie" TO be wise is to be merry. HARRY DEAN BRANDT "Dudie" NO sinner-nor saint perhaps But still-the very best of Chaps. SEVENTEEN HAZEL BIARIE BURCHFIELD JOHN WILLIAM COLES "Buddyl' His limbs were cast in mighty mold For hardy sports or contest bold. LILLIAN ANNA COLLINS "Red" My tongue within my lips I reign, For who talks much must talk in vain. RIARY V. CONROY "G0oglcs" Love and fun and thought are free All must flirt in their degree. RUTH LIARTHA COPELAND Such calmness bespeaks an even temper. EIGHTEEN Good humor not only teaches charm to last ' But makes new conquests and main- tains the past. ADELINI2 BEATRICE CALL "Bee" NYith Honors. Her faults and her sweetness are purely human. GENEVIEVE CHAPMAN "Gennie" Hither and thither our Genevieve Hutters. ELSIE ANN CLARKE "Clarky" Yivacious is she. lUILDRED MARIE DAVIS "Mitzi" Gentle, kind, and patient with those who suffer. BIARJORIE XVILKIE DAY "Margie" Smiling lips, bright eyes, pleasing ways-Margie. RAY G. DICKISON "Dick" His speech flowed from his tongue sweeter than honey. CHARLES F. DOEPKE "Chuck" He hath no fault except that he hath no fault. ROBERT E. CUMMINS "Bob" So much one man can do That does both act and know. IOLA MAE DALTON "Izzy" Gentle. sweet and always neat. ANGELINA H. DYALTRORA .X lovely deep voice is her chief pos- session. DIARY A. D.lXVIN "Aggie" Une who laughs away life-'s woes. if NINETEEN Q.- JAMES ALBERT ENSELL "Bottles" A living proof that knighthood still exists. BERNADETTE M. FELTES "Bernie" Her tresses are her crowning beauty. GLADYS MAE FLEMING "Butch" Caesar and Cicero are her friends. MARGARET M. FORESHA "Curly" She has hair of golden hue and a heart that's warm and true. TWENTY ROBERT KYLE DoNEHoo "Bob" Quiet and dignifiedg the personified senior. Louis ADRIAN DOYLE "Lad" The social friendly, honest man- 'Tis he who fits great nature's plan. BIARY JANE DUNN "Janie" The queen of personality. RUTH BEATRICE ENDICH "Kiki Her abundance of knowledge does not affect her friendly nature. x '95 it Amt. V .":'r. VF I X GATEWOOD C. FULLWOOD "Busfrr" A few words well spoken Excel many foolish acts. AUGUST ADOLF GABRIELLE Great thoughts, great feelings come to him Like instincts unawares. HELEN GRACE GAVIN "Irish" 'Wit is her weapon. LoUIs A. GIAMMARCO "Slim" The reason Firing the temperate will, Endurance, foresight, strength and skill. lf RUTH E. FRALEY "Con1zy" A face so fair And a smile so rare. HELEN CATHERINE FRIEBE A true friend and a real girl. XVILLIAM FRIED "'WilZy" Sagacious, bold and turbulent of art. XVALTER JOSEPH FRIEDMAN Never trouble trouble, till trouble troubles you. TWENTY-ONE DRUSILLA L. GRISMORE 'tDru" A quiet. studious girl with a hidden personality. ADOLF BENJAMIN GROSS A hearty friend and a comrade true. HAROLD FREDERIC GUTHRIE His thought is fixed on dusty shelves XVhere musty volumes hide them- selves. NIARGARET J. HANLIN "Peg" Small, but mighty and worthy of her many friends. TWENTY-TWO GEORGE BIILTON GILMORE .X lion zunong thc ladies. ROBERT HENRY GIVEN "Bob" l am 21 man. Nothing that is human do I think unbecoming in me. GLENDON W. GOULD "Glen" He loves to chat with girlsg 'Tis the way with men. CRAIG F RISDERIC GRAFTON The mildest manners with the brav- est mind. HAYDEN JOHN HARRIS Q5 DANIEL PARSONS HICKS t'Dan" His cleverness has won him lllillly friends. HENRIETTA HUNTINGTON "Henry" Huntington it was docked And now it's Mrs. Shock. MARGARET JANE HUTTON A low and gentle voice-clear wom- an's chief charm. LAURA FRANCES IEROPOL Another maid so shy but oh-so sweet. XVith Honors. His few words are fraught through and through, HAROLD HOLNIES HAvs 'tPeanut" The wit of the class of '2S. JAMES P. HEATHERLIAN "Jim" .X quiet but determined lad. EDGAR JAY HERVEY "Jay" Steady in counsel and sure in act. 'F' TWENTY-THREE i- ALEXANDER WILLIAM JUREVIC THOMAS CYRUS KINCAID "Tom" A man Of vivid yesterdays and glorious tomorrows. RUTH KAROLYN KRAGER 'Dutclf' She is fair and her like would be hard to Hllfl. NIINNIE M. KROPP "Kropp" A Finder Of humor in everything. DOROTHY E. LAI-'FERTY "Dot" A matchless complexion makes her renowned. TWENTY-FOUR A vein of mirth beneath his air of dignity. ALICE BIARIE JUREVIC Xxlllll Honors. She possesses an air and charm by IIO I'IlC2ill5 COTUITIOH. HAROLD DORMAN KAUFMANN Xxlllll. Honors. .-Xs intellectual as they come but contrary to all standards, IS not lwoastful. SARA KEMPLER "Susie" Being friendly is her well worn rule. I" ""' 'T .A X HYIIAN LEIPZIG WILLIAM E. LORETIA "Bill" An athlete deserving of his credit. GLADYS j. BICCLAIN "Gladie" Her smile is never left at home. ELIZABETH BICCONNELL "Batty" Mirth, admit me to thy crew. RIARY K. MCCOY "Kanny" NVith Honors. lvellect and gift of gala-what a xx onderful combin:-tion! x He never says a foolish thing. XVINIFRED E, LEWIS "Winnie" XYi'th countenance denture and mod! est grace. BIOLLIE L. LIPsoN "Midge" ,Xlways ready her part to fill And she does it with a will. JAMES FRED LoFTLTs "Bud" .X little learning is a dangerous thing. TWENTY-FIVE DONALD CHARLES NIALEY "Don" He hath a merry wit. BIARY RUTH lMlAY "Babe" She that was ever fair and never proud. VIVIAN LUELLA MAYS "Chi" A joyful soul that's never still. EVERET1' MERRILL Always the right man in the right place. TWENTY-SI X SARA ELIZABETH MCCULLOUGH Reliable and faithful to the highest degree. MARY AGNES MCGEE Zealous. yet modest. ELsua KIRK NICGEORGE "Kirk" VVith Honors. Wfithout a sorrow, without a care lVith laughing eyes and sunny hair. BIARY TAPPAN BIAHON "Tap" XYith Honors. She simply clevours books. AUGUSTINE NIYERS "Tana" VVho serves well. needs not an- other's praise. LESTER R. NARRAGON "Les" True as a needle to the pole is he to his undertakings. HENRY E. NEIDENGARD "Hen" Tall and handsome is this boy, HEBREBT W. NICHOLS "Herby" He is in no end of his actions blest XVhose ends will make him greatest and not best. BI.-XDGE M. BIILLER "Margin Short but snappy. THELMA LOUISE BIISSELWITZ Small in body but great in mind. RALPH ALDERBI.-KN BIUNSLONY Ralph is very self possessed and efficient. EVELYN C. MUSTER "Eva" The only way to have a friend is In lic one. TWENTY-SEVEN Q NINA M. PAISLEY "Miggie" ELVIRA ERNESTINE PARRISH Simple and sweet- Loved by all she meets. OLIVE V. PASSAVANT "Jinny" As likeable a girl as could be found. MARGARET I. PATTON 1'Patty" just a modest maid who has much dignity. LILLIAN lVlAE PEARCE "Lil" As merry as the day is long, She brightens many a darkened room. TWENTY-EIGHT A noble type of good Heroic womzinhood. ANNABELLE OLLER "Pete', Dramatics and speech are at thy command. RIAE ELIZABETH PARFITT XVith Honors. A truer friend could not be found. BIARY N. PARKER "Parker" Forward and frolic glee was there, The will to do, the soul to dare. Q' WILLIAM A. PORTER "Bill" Modest he seems, not shyg content to wait. ANTHONY C. REDUCHA "Tony" Great is the man who has wisdom But greater is he who has friends. IWAE NIARIE RICHARDS A sweet little maid with a sweet little smile. MARY V. RICHARDS "Richie" Her greatest capacity is helpfulness. She has shown her worth. IDA MAE PEKRUI-IN Her softness of voice and manner is much admired. VICTOR HUGO PEKRUHN "Vic" A writer, all men gather round himg all women come to hear him. STANLEY SAYLOR PLIES His is dignity personihed. RIYER POLONOFSKY He has the spirit of the never age- ing Peter Pan. TWENTY-NINE DIARGARET V. RODOERS "Peg" A tender heart, a will inflexible. IWIARIE W. RODOERS Gentle in manners: Erni in reality. ELIZABETH ANN ROGERS "Betty" I have a heart with room for every joy. GERTRUDE A. ROSEN "Germ" Not stepping O'er the bounds of modesty. THIRTY CENA RIAE RICKEY Brown eyes that emit sparks. BURMA ELIZABETH RINEHART A little girl with mischievous ways. NIACEL CLARA RISER "Min" Her quiet manners have become a joy to all who know her. JAMES C. ROBINSON "Robbie" Knowledge comes. hut wisdom lingers. ELIZABETH E. SCHULZE "Lib" Thou who hast The fatal gift of beauty. HAZEL ELIAZBETH SCIPIO She hath the rare gift of modesty. MARY ELIZABETH SCOTT A true friend,-ever ready to help. ELEANOR ANN J. SHAFFER A quiet maid VVith dimples deep. HELEN RUTH RUSH She is so sweet with so hlcssed zz disposition. GEORGE BERNARD RUTH "Fay" The world knows uotliiug of it's greatest man. BIARTHA RIARIE SALCHLI "Sox" I-X hcart of gold ccwurcd with uu- surpasscd lovelmc-ss. BIARY FRANCES SCHALL "Fran" lu fflrmiug an artist art thus dccrccd To make mmc good, but him to ex- Cccd. THIRTY-ONE JAMES SYLVESTER SHANAHAN LOTTIE ELIZABETH SAIOGOR VVith Honors. A quiet girl with a host of friends. HOWARD SMURTHVVAITE "Smurty" He who drinks deep Of knowledge quenches his thirst. NIICHAEL STANKO "Mike" Eat, drink and be merry For tomorrow we may die. GRACE P. STARK "S!arkie" She doth little kindnesscs which most leave undone. THIRTY-TWO XVith Honors. Our mildest rnannered man. DOROTHY M. SIMPSON "Dot" Uiith Honors. xxvllill a valuable thing is learning. GRACE IXIILDRED SLAUGHTER A dazzling sniile set On a fair face. RONALD JOHN SMITH Moral, manners, and movements to- ward thc ministry. Is. ROBERT OSCAR STARR "Bob" BIARY E. TEMPEST "Tcmpy" All good things Come in small pack- ages. FLORENCE AMANDA THOMPSON Always ready to help and do. NIARIAN ALICE THOMPSON A sweet smile, and hair of spun gold. MARY ELLEN THORNTON Dignity and dependability- Who would ask for more. A head full of Common sense is bet- ter than a book full of learning. JAMES A. STEYVART "Jimmie" For zu merry heart lives long. EDITH LUCILE SWICKARD Her disposition gains her inany friends. SARA RUTH SXVICKARD "Swick" Gentlemen prefer lvlondes when they pzirtieipute in tlI'2llllLlUC5. THIRTY-THREE LICUN ERWIN UNATIN N K X BLANCHE E. XNELDAY "Batty" She wears all the weight of learning as lightly as a Flower. ANNIE ROSETTER XVIGGINS Quiet, sedate: always ready to re- cite. CLEOVA L. XVIGGINTON "Sis" The very room. coz she was in Seemed warm f'nm floor to ceilin'. ELIZABETH M. VVILEY "Liz" To me Fate gave whate'er she else denied A nature sloping to the southern side. THIRTY-FOUR His heart is in his work, and the heart giveth aid to every art. HLSTIQR M. VANDINIC "Six" A Coy maiden with a coqnettish smile. ANNA R. HYANEMACHER "Wannic" 'X friendly girl who always greets yen with :I smile. DOROTHY E. XYELCH "DOW She can laugh with the jolliest ,Xnrl wurk with the busiest. LOUISE ZAHARDIS S110 speaks but little though wel and therefore is esteemed. 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STEUBENVILLE, 19.38 No. l MAIL PILOT TO TRY FOR LOOP RECORD NEXY YORK, Apr. 12.-An attempt to break the world's rec- ord for looping the loop in an airplane will be made here Suu- day by Donald tSpe6ClJ OVW' meyer, air-mail pilot. His only rivai in the record breaking is Michael Stanko who loollefl l,l1l times last week. Prior to St,-1nko's feat, Overmeyer held the record with 1,093 loops. INVITE PUBLIC TO MUSICALE The VVoodland Singer's Club has invited the public to attend its musicale next Tuesday after- noon. The program will be given at the Grant auditorium by Mar- garet Paisley, alto: Robert Starr, A l pignistg jay Swearingen, violin-i ist: and Craig Grafton, accomp- anist. ,LOCAL GIRL ACCEPTS CONTRACT Miss Blanche Barton of Steu- benville has accepted a contract to Ziegheld Follies. She has endeared herself to a large num- ber of fans with her dancing. ,.il - CONTEST WAGED BETWEEN PROM- INENT MEN ALIKANNA, Ohio.-Herbert Nichols, local post-master was runner-up in a nation-wide race to see who would attend the most circus performances. He lost by a margin of two shows to Dr. Stanley Barnhart, of Mingo junction, Ohio. SAILS FOR PARIS Miss Drusilla Grismore of La Belle View sailed recently for Paris where she will spend the remainder of the summer. l l FALLS FOR "REST" Mr. Robert Donehoo, who was cleaning windows on the 40th door of the VVoolworth Building. fell 25 stories and then, becom ing tired, stopped to take a well- earned rest. Ashman-Shanahan Wedding The marriage of Miss Emily Ashman to Mr. james Shanahan took place in this city today. The wedding, which was one of the most brilliant events of many seasons, was beautifully solemnized in the Methodist Church by the Reverend Victor' Hugo Pekruhn. Preceding the ceremony Mr. Fred Loftus rend- ered a vocal solo. Miss Ruth May, who attended the bride. was beautifully attired in a red and green evening gown of kasha cloth. Mr. and Mrs. Shanahan left in Neidengard's "S p i r it of St. Louis" for the wilds of Africa where they plan to visit the Rev- erend Charles NValters, mission- ary among the cannibals there. DINNER PARTY GIVEN FOR DR. MALEYR Miss Ruth Krager and Missi Minnie Kropp entertained at dinner at the Fort Steuben Hotel in honor of Dr. Donald Maley, of New York who is a week-end guest of Hyman Leipzig. Among the out-of-town guests were Mollie Lipson, XVinifred Lewis, Annabelle Oller, Joseph O'Leary and Adolf Gross. TWO-GUN-GEORGE IS SENTENCED George Ruth, otherwise known as Two-Gun-George has been sentenced by Judge Augustine Myers to serve 200 years in Sing Sing prison for breaking little girls hearts by singing to them: "The Girl of My Dreams," in a very tragic manner. FRANCES SCHALL GIVES LUNCHEON Miss Frances Schall, noted artist. entertained with a bridge luncheon yesterday in honor of Mrs. Dean Brandt, formerly Miss Ruth Addison, Among those present were the Misses Berna- dette Feltes, Mary Agnes Mc- Gee, Martha Bartow, Mary Katherine McCoy, Helen Gavin, XYilma Medley, Mary K. Brady. and Sara Swickard. TALKED ARMED HOLD-UP MEN OUT OF ROBBERY CHICAGO, Ill.-Persuasive arguments by Miss Mary F. Briceland prevented a store rob- bery here yesterday. Suddenly confronted by two men with guns while she was in the store alone, she convinced them that they were taking an awful chance for the little they would get out of it. After much argu ment she reformed the men who gave their names as Harold Kaufmann and Ralph Munslow, former S. H. S. students and sent them happily 011 their way to church. HOME GIRL SWIMS GULF YVord has been received by the relatives of Miss Beatrice Call stating that she has been suc- cessful in the attempt to swim the Gulf of Mexico. Her many friends are delighted with her success. MARRIAGE OF FORMER STUDENT OF WELLS HIGH Coming as a surprise to their many friends and relatives is the marriage of Miss Virginia Con- roy and Mr. Charles A. Lind- bergh. It will be remembered that Mr. Liudergh formerly Hew an airplane for pastime. Senior Farewell The time has come to leave you Our dear old red and black, But ever in the future Our hearts will all come back. We came to you as Freshies Quite green, as you all know You seemed so glad to have us And you helped our minds to grow. 'l'hen back we came as Soph'mores And then, as juniors too, But now we're leaving Seniors, With love unto our school. But ere we leave, we thank For all that you have done In helping make us better, You've helped us, every one. you You've htted us for future, Shared sorrows and our joys, Helped make the world seem For all the girls and boys. brighter We hope you won't forget us When our names are off your For you'll ever have a friend The class of Twenty-eight. slate, in us MARY THORNTON-'28 FHIRTY NINE !, , l A Y FORTY 11222 off' 6 -hi, , 4 1, my-N, - ,lp'f.:. vt 'Q ,ln L, J -, I n -u-' 4 ,JV v 'M I '1. i9"'sxr I 1 1 1 A '-wa ' v ,,. 1 K ,, . ., , 7 .. fx.. . I - .mf ,XM v 4 3 J . . r . , , w., -X m. .,-N M.. ... . fy-y. w.. " ws-."y', ,. 4.-, 'Q A 1- A V., . I ., ,1-, 24' ', , . 11.2, . -1- ,, .- 5 lv .711 'Q . '.,.,,4,, W , I., .:.vN . . - '., 0. M 1 '- W ' p -n , 4'.2..f . 'o .-,A y 4-Ml" I 4--wg , , f 1 , 4. A' '-v, A ' . I., , . 1 5 , . ..-r.- .- A 1 ' 1 r , I , ' - w 1 A P ' I' ,.1 W f 'J . 1 , 1 X no, 1.--4 A . I . -,M ian fmt '-4 1- - s 7 , . '.:, '34 ..,, ',1.".. 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'wx' '- J ,' 1 ,,.,:' ,,.z-fr -7. - ' ' 1"-rv 1 ' - -- f fi.- vr ' .,,fv3f," W W .,-lg. ' Av-I iw X ,M-mb,-, qui..-, .N -rr. 4' - A 4 ' .-'J'-.11 mv wr J -' 'f2m:!-fn' f H. ,,:.,.v4.4 ,,. ... 'ug-Q -..,..x .1.L','.' X L.v J U IORS Adams, Raymond-Our Belgian Refugee. Anglin, Olive-The perfect driver. Antonnucci, Angelo-Far from an angel. Arkley, Mary-"She know'th the school song." Arthurs, Thomas-Our blond sheik. Baker, William-The school clown. Barr, Ina-Never late. Bauman, Edith-Oh! Those eyes! Bellomo, Lulu-'ll know my groceries." Blackburn, George-Girls, he's getting handsome. Blattert, Esther-L'We shall now have the roll call." Bonaventura, Susan-A modern young lady. Boss, Cornelius-Curly Locks. Bradley, Catherine-Does she like chemistry? Brandfass, Mildred-Following in her sister's footsteps. Briceland, George-'tWell-l-1" Bucy, Frances-"A mother's pride." Bush, Edith-Is she Russel's sister? Bush, Russell-Reserves parking space in 22. Call, Virginia-The "Call" of the wild. Chaplan, Israel-Our Michael Angelo. Coburn, john-Can he give orations? Cohen, Maurice-HGood goods comes in small packages." Costanzo, Frank-Paulinels brother. Crouch, Howard-HLoves the more quiet paths" tSometimesJ. FORTY ONE FORTY- Curtis, Mary-"Mary, Mary quite contrary." Dallas, Ethel-UNO, 1 don't use powderfl Davis. Annie-"My hobby is work." Davitt, Frances-Certainly likes seniors, especially Dezen, Shirley-Hails from 207. DiCesare, Anna-A quiet miss. Dobbins, Alice-And very shy. Dornbush, Chester-A gentle-man. Dorsey, Francis-Seems quiet, but oh, my! Duffy, Doris-A chip off the old block. Durbin, Thelma-"I'll be there in a little while." Edwards, Fred-Leading Tenor. Eagan, Elizabeth-"Nobody knows what a Red-Hea Ekey, Grace-HNO, my hair isn't bobbedf' Endich, Martin-"I can't say it but 1 can read it." one. d Mamma can do Everson, Alice-Her meek voice, but sings on T. W. Farmer, Annis-Her smile is her fortune. Ferguson, Mary-"Hurry up Francesf' Fisher, Ethel-"She is just a Fisher-man's daughter. V7 Fitzsimmons, Eileen-K'My winter home's in Florida." Fletcher, Frances-f'Where's Helen?" Floto, Ralph-In again, out again, gone again. Foreman, Virginia-That auburn hair. Forrest, Frances-Her glance, how widely beautiful! Gallabrese, Violet-The French shark. Gentile, john-This way out. Giles, Anna-One to be envied. Grafton, Mary Louise-A wicked wink she wunk. TWO Grafton, Thelma' -Little but mighty-- Greenberg, james--"Obi How I love French." Greenberg, Lillian-"Boys don't bother me a bit," Groves, William P.-"I'll grow someday." Gune, Rocco-"I'm a shadow of myself." Halley. Margaret-"Peg." Halm, Dorothy-"I wonder if she'll be a school marmf' Haney, Wilhelmina-Another of these junior tlappers. Hanlin, Lois--"Did you see Beverly?" Harris, George-Our sheik. Harris, Robert-Sonny's kid brother. Helsley, Nelson--"Come on fellows, it's on me." Henry, Betty-Will she ever stop talking? Henry, Mary Catherine-Sugar is sweet, etc. Hicks, Margaret-t'Yes, my hair is red." Hicks, Ruth-Flaming youth. Higgins, Evelyn-A charming Miss. Hill, Frances-One of the four musketeers. Hourvitz, Clarence-Seldom heard, Hutton, Willard-Does he blush? Jackson, Dorothy-A quiet maiden. Jeffrey, Katherine-Hails from "Coal Hill." Jenkins, Gwendolyn-'tGWen," jones, George-"The Pickle King." Hinsay, Uarda-A sweet young thing. Kropp, Henry-A splendid crop. Kvocha, Dmiter-"Did you spell it?l Kvocha, Mitchell-"It's not hard to say-not 1 much." FORTY THREE FORTYA Lawrence. Ellen-The flame of S. H. S. Lee, Vernon-Still in a daze! Eh! What? Leinhart, Curtis-Uncle Everett. LeVan, Garrett--A little Big Red Man. Levinson, Lillian-An honor student. Levinson, Robert-t!Where'd he get that bus?!' Lodge, Charles-K. O. Lodge and his North Fifth Street Longo, Thomas-The Banana Kid King. McConnell, Billie-A half-pint full of kick. McConnell, Sara--"Where's Alice?" McGi1ty, Thomas-The '!Spirit of S. H. S."-Our Hero! McMillan, james-One of our Richmond "Sheiks." Mabius, Wilhelmina-Kind hearted?-Maybe! Moffett, Samuel-The spirit of '29. Martin, Alice-An ice man's daughter. Matlack, Wilma-Does she know !'Bubbles?" Merryman, Robert-Following in his father's footsteps. Mildren, Howard-A Bright Boy. Miller, Diana-Hello, industrious! Miller, Gladys-Quiet, so quiet. Miller, Robert-"Buzz, Buzzf' Monaco, Rosario-!'You can't slide down my cellar doorf Montague, Dean-Another brilliant chap. Moores, Virginia-"Don't pick on mef, Morgan, Charles-After you, I'm next. Morris, Margaret-"Have you seen Edith?" Morton, Leilah-That permanent wave. Mutton, Margaret V.-Ring off! FOUR Gir Y Neel, Donald-Tall, dark, and handsome. Noltemeyer, Helen-Hang sorrow! Let's be happy! Owen, Wallace-Likes a certain red-haired girl. Papulias, Irene-UI like the movies." Parrish, Susan-Black-eyed Susan. Paul, Floyd-He's so bright his mother calls him son Pearce, Edwin-A lively bounder. Paul, Janet-Touch-me-not. Peterson, Bessie-Thinks she can typewrite. Ptlug, Oral-Would you? Pierce, Howard-'Do ya' know any news?" Poindexter, Clifford-I'm my sistcr's brother. Poindexter, Helen-We hear she loves to study. Polonofsky, Nathan-Radiozalways broadcasting. Price, Samuel-Where did he get the silk bandana? Punke, Estella-Paderewski's kid cousin. Purviance, Harold-A heart's desire. Rawlins, Donald-Girl shy. Richards, Mable-'LRusty.l' Richardson, Stewart-'Tm not fat, just chubby." Rosen, Abraham-t'Abe." Runyan, Pansy-Bookeeping shark. Santucci, Anna Mary-'tWho said dance?'l Scanlon, Margaret-Our French student. Schoppe, Clara-Still l ........ jinks. Scott, Raymond-A little ray of sunshine. Slaughter, Nettie-Song leader in Room 14. Smarella, Nicholas-"Old St. Nickf' Smith, Ethel-'4Oh, Willy." FORTY FIVE I I v x 1 3 Smith, Harry-"Another Smith." Smith, Robert-HI know I'm good." Spahn, Anna-Hikes to school every morning. Spaeks, Mary-Does she? Spellacy, Clifford-Our football captain. Stepanovich, Nicholas-Oh! That grin! Stepanovich, Walter-Uncle "Walt" Stevens, Frances-That boyish bob. Stevens, William-"A saxophone tooter. Sullivan, Mary-Merry???? Supovitz, Bertha-Would make someone a goo Swearingen, jay-Our business manager. Topich, Mele-Can never be found. d wife Traverse, Elizabeth-Typing and French shark. Underwood, Sara-"So long Broadway." Visnic, Pete-t'What motive has he?" Vujnovic, Helenv-Does she like Pittsburgh? Vujnovic, Samuel-"She's my sister." Walker, Dorothy-A real student. Walker, Harlem-Studious Student. Welch, Elizabeth-Pages Bert and Work. Welch, Azalia-'fSee my diamond?" Welch, Norval-Twinkle Toes. Westmeyer, Mary Louise-A basketball lassie. Weston, Alvin-"Al." Wildpert, Martha-Little, but Oh, My! Williams, Ralph-t'Rip." ' Willoughby, janet-Seen often with Scott. Wise, Scott-f'Is he really?' Woodstuff, William-"Bill!" Wright, Eleanor-LX bright girl in many ways. Wiley, Jeanne-Cute and snappy. Yocum, Bernice-"Naw, I don't like girls." Yocum, julian-Julius, himself. Yost, Helen-t'Where's Martha?" Yurjevic, Daisy-'fNay's" friend. Zimmerman, Dorothy-That peppy Miss. Zink, William-How many miles an hour. Zook, Raymond-Our prize essay writer. 4F""l'R'f L nwghmuqjo ii FORTV SIX gf xx K QJQUIZU .4 fp ff 1 X X xxxxf Q X x F A x X X X XX 6' ' QM' I --LX "--- 2 , N, , , ,Q s I - --. N . Q hi 4, 'W S Q Awe' .0 Fx 'Q Wx W 1 'R F1935 ny-r, , . I ,,. .. ' sw' 5 , -111. ...K L .- 9, .,, rv-. ,XS ,. ,L -1II .Ir If I III ,I ,": ' f . ! , w1'. 1 '54 I QI I , I I ,I, . Vi' . ik T ' i-:rx , . 1 ' ' . I. -I' X I, , .- '. ' ., , - , ,.x:.fr, vnu x , V , 4'g5If.-,I QU, I, 4 1. I, J' I. 'x:.gI'I YI I , I .I fp- QI -,gf I I V , V, I,.-frl.' H-If ME. Rf. ' 4-v,m'- ". ' 1 ' 1 1 -I I' , . Wm, 1. .u .' X , -' '. ,- wx 1-I, 1 nu I , I f '11 A ' 'MVWQI'-Mg. "'.' 'FIIKTN I'?'.:,I-'. ' I 1, - .I ' I I,I,' I,,I.,II.'II 'ff I.- ' I. 4. 1 mf.. I I 'I JV! ' . I4 I ,. fr-, .. 1-41' w , ' ."'lQ-II' .Ir -' f n ' ' -I' ' ,qt n' . 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'LI v -,p I, g.f9,I,- .I .3 ' ., .. - ,' 1,- 'a'4 .. Ig-. K--Q, '4 A 4 4 vs Sf' fs I k ' '- f . if SOPHOMORES Adler, Sarah-Websters only rival. Ainsworth, William-He knows-doesn't he? Albaugh, Otis-Brady Lane's hot number. Aley, Dorothy-Our future basketball star. Anderson, Carolyn-Sure she plays basketball. Andrews, Dorothy-Hails from 12. Arkley, Mabel-She's awful bashful. Arris, George-Where's the woman? Bailey, Elta-Don't kid me, I'm the clown. Bain, Frank-The History shark. Baker, Alfred-Do you think I'll ever be handsome? Baker, Thelma-A blue-eyed beauty. Bargar, Betty-Before she ever et-she tasted it. Barilla, Joseph-Master caddy at the Country Club. Barkhurst, Thelma-'Nuther singer. Barry, james-Fusser .......... Becker, Helen-Marie's 'lkidl' sister. Bell, Olen-Bring on those Geometry problems! Bell, Robert-My shadows name is Zelma. Benbow, Eugene-Those eyes ........ Bennett, Edward-Whitey Kaufman's only rival. Berger, Freda-Physics shark. Bernabei, Emilio-Venus de Milo. Biddle, Virginia-Why gentlemen prefer blondes. Black, Edna-Runs with the gang. FORTY SEVEN FORTY Blackburn. Frederick-Tom Mix's understudy. Blum, Eugene-Tiny but mighty. Boss, Lewis-Does he boss? Oh, yes! Boyd, Lillian-She's a little d ........ . Bradley, John--John, Don, and a Ford-the three Musketeers? Bradley. Sue-Short but efficient. Broman. Catherine-Oh, those eyes! Brown. Marquard-Life on the ocean, bobbin' up and down. Brownlee, Charles-"See de goldt by de handlefi Bruzzese Domenic-Call at the Annex Book Store. Burchtield, Helen-Cutest little girl! Burrier, Alta--The girl with the wicked eyes. Butcher, Paul-The craker. Calhoun, Herman-I come after Paul. Cattell, RalpheCanal boats. Caudle, Gertrude-Does she play her uke? Cayford. james-'Nuther Sophomore. Checca, Albert-Do you think I'll ever be a man? Christopher. Delsie-One of the beauty contestants. Clement. Michael-Sure can convince 'e1n. Coe, Corwin-Does he like to skip?! !! Coleman, George-You can lead a man to school but you can't make him think Conners, Anna Mary-Sure, I've got red hair. Cooper, Frederic-Nuthin' fussin' magnet. Cope, Janet-Book of Knowledge. Corrigal, Ena-No wonder the man froze. Cortez. james-Any relation to Ricardo? Cropper, Clara-Hip! Hip! Hooray! Cross, Naoimi-Still a Sophomore, Naomi? Dance, Rex-Does he dance? Dance. Walter-One of the Dance brothers. D'Anniballe, Rocco-Fine! Wonderful! Davies, Eleanor-Pavlowa. EIGHT Davis, Zelma-Who izzie tis he?J Dellattia, AdrianaAHow she loves her Hhddlef' Dentzer. Dorothy-Whats his name, tell me! DePuy, George-I leave the women alone. Devore, Clyde-He likes to be a secretary. Dickison, Marian-Our Manikin. DiGregory, Domenic-I wanta be a movin' picture man, DiGregory. Elsie-ls as nice as they make 'em. Dixon, Carrie-Good-looking! Downer, William-Teachers' pet. Doyle, john-Oh those eyes! Dunlope, Donald-The perfect lad. Dunlope. Stark-Kenny's "kid" brother. Eberts, Clarence-I knew him when he was all right. Eft, Virginia-Nice girl. Elson, Evelyn-Schoolls too hard, I'll say, Elswick, Frances--Whose friend? Everybody's friend. Endich, Oscar-One of the "two crows." Engel, Mary-One of our high school beauties. England, David-His favorite hobby is riding. Erwin, Alice-Hails from Coal Hill. Erwin, Roberta-Fashioned so slenderly. Evans, Gail-He's some boy! We all say so. Evans. Lawrence-Pays no heed to speed laws. Fazsci, joseph-Always Happy. Ferguson, Robert-He's all right. Fickes, Blanche-A winsome smile. Fine, Mildred-Does she burn the mid-night oil? Firm, Elizabeth-A Happer fair . F isher, Dorothy-A skin you love to touch. Fletcher, Ruth-Yes, I come from Washington School. F lynn, Eleanor-A demure miss. F loto, Edna-Where did you get curls? FORTY NINE FIFTY Forrester, Marian-Seldom heard. Fox, Beverly-What kind of a car does she drive? Franke, Helen-ls it wind-blown or boyish? Fried, Harry-Willie's Ukidl' brother. Gaffney, Leonard-Studious boy? Gamble, Nina-Watch those wooden heels! Gavin, George-Short and snappy. Gaylord, Samuel-Seen and heard. Gentile, Martha-Looks timid but is she? Gescheider, Albert-He's a gentleman. Ghelios, Panayiota-Wisdom? Giles, Martha-Our basketball girl. Gladfelter, Helen-Small is she but ever to the front. Goldberg, Julius-A sophisticated gentleman. Goldberg, Lenabella-Another honor student. Goode, John-ls he good?! ! Goodman, Erwin-Don't esk! Gourley, Elizabeth--I'm a sophomore. Grafe, Paul-The swimming champ. Green, joseph-Our Beau Brummel. Green, Margaret-Oh, yes I know my English. Grossman, Maurice-Getting to be a popular student Groves, William A.-Blessing on thee, my man. Grubbs, james-The F reshman's idol. Guyder, Roscoe-Where's F rank? Hannen, Helen-Hoot mon, wha' a lass. Harris, Ralph-Oh he's just grand! Hazlett, Grace-Nellie's Pal. Heffley, Howard-Wanna come for a boat ride? Henderson, Harriett-Latin shark. Hesse, Mary L.-Studious, even if she doesn't look it, Hindman, Alberta-A darn good friend. Hines, Alberta-A likeable young lady. Hogan, Anna--Need we say more? Hornickel, Margaret-lt isn't my fault cause l'm late. Howcroft, Elmer-Our future Galileo. Howland, Harold-Another scholar. Howver, janet-D0n't judge my nationality by my name. Hukill, Ethel-A lass who loves her basketball. Huston, Frances-Our dignilied sophomore. Houston. Walter-Never exhausts himself. Hutton, Mary L.-Yes, she sings. Ighnet, Margaret-Not much for height, but oh the intellect. Irish, Charles-He monopolizes the honor roll. jenkins, Lillian-Did you see Madge? johns, Blowden-'Nuf cecl! Johnston, Duncan-Hey! Brownie! Johnston, Elizabeth-Always happy. jones, Charles-Is he reliable? Karban, Margaret-"Got a compact?" Kaufman, Anna Mary-Oh, Kenny! Katz, Maurice-You can't walk over me. Katzive, Jennie-Helen of Troy has nothing on Kayser, Elmer-Mothers darling. Kerr, William--Needs his mothers eye on him. Kimble, Robert-Very quiet? Kincaid. Thomas J.-Oh you blondie! King, lYilliam-He's a bashful lad. Kintosky, Dorothy-The bool-:worn of S. H. S. Kosek, Stanley-Quiet and studious. Lantz, Harold-Now, Harold. Lascara, Antonetta-Sweet and nice. Lawler, Henry-I'm her sheik. LeMasters, Eugene-Where's Bill? Lee, Evelyn-Oh, Ralph! Levite, David-A well behaved child. INC. FIFTY ONE Lewis, Edithwilh, gee whiz. Lewis, Elizabeth-Sweet enough to ....... ' Lichtenstein, Anna-Our future interpreter. Littlejohn, Eddie-One of our eleven. Longo, joseph-Demure? Longo, Rose-All l ask is to be left alone. Lopresto, Rose--No, my hair isn't bob. Losey, Anna-Always seen with Marian. Loy, Turner-I turn to the right. Lucas, William-A little dread knot. Lyons, Kathleen-Another "Kat," McCann, William-Barneyls 'tkid" brother. McClain, Thelma-Young, fair and wise. McConnell McConnell McConnell McConnell McConnell, Caroline-Edithls side-kick. Harriet-Still here today. George-S. H. S. style sheet. Ernest-Wintersville's prominent sheik. William-Work, work go away, come ag McCullough, Ralph-Slow but sure. McEldowney, William-Takes things slow and easy. McFadden, Ruth-l'The Umbrella Man." McFarland, james-A wise one. McGinnis, john-I wonder who he goes with now. McGregor, Doris-She is a darb. McSwiggen, Dorothy-Short but sweet. MacLeod, Donald-After him. Maddock, Rebecca-Someone's sheba. Mahfood, julia-Miss Steubenville's runner-up. Manges, Mary-Contrary Manges. Marquis, Donald-One of our ambitious students. Martin, Emmett-Yould be surprised. Martin, Ruth-Whose this girl? Mercer, Perl-I know my Caesar. Metros, Constant-He is so wonderful. . Mildren, Gladys-Mamma's girl. Miles, Dorothy-Can she dance?!! Miller, William-Bashful??? I !! Oh, yes! Moffat, john-I'm not blushing, it's just the reflection from my red sweater Montague, Dudley-Tall, dark and of French descent describes our K'Dud Montgomery, Arthur-He is a little taller. Montgomery, James--One in every class. Moore, Genevieve-Are you Winifred? Moore, Winifred-Are you Genevieve? Morelli, Vincent-Has he got red hair! And how! Morris, Dorothy-Makes your heart strings jump wh Moss, Carl-t'Tailor Made Son." Munslow, Lois-Yes, mother is a school teacher. Muranko, Lewis-Drives a Dodge. Myers, Donald-The "Sophl' type that the Seniors a Narragon, Russell-Herald Star Booster. Neely, Clark-Is he? Neidengard, Carl-Henry's "kid'l brother. Neidengard, john-Do you like my new motorcycle Nelson, Bertha-Till we meet again. Nolan, Bernadine-The Dance of the Nymphs. O'Leary, james-That handsome type. FIFTY-TWO ain some other day en she plays the tiddle dore. ? Olvin, Alfred-Always late but gets there just the same. Pabian, Stella-Often seen with Kathryn. Pacey, W illiam-Again? Paisley, Vance-Mr. Detective. Pappas, Sherman-t'Soda jerkerf' Papulias, Elizabeth-Proud and unsophisticated. Parkhill, Vivian-Gloria Swansonis understudy. Pasqua, Angelina-An old-fashioned girl with an Patton, Robert-What would we do without him? Pearce, janet-Mr. Pearce's daughter. William-Barney Oldtieldls only rival. Pekruhn, Pelcanno, Lillian-A very snappy miss. Peterson, Kathryn-One of our quiet 'tblondsf' Petrella, Phillips, Pinciaro, Agnes-We know her. Wilma-Fair as a lily. Baldie-I wonder where he got those .lass-hows! Poland, Mildred-Alis gal. Polcyn, Erla-The Princess of Wallean. Porter, Lester-Flaming youth out loud. Porter, Lucille-Curly hair? Pratt, Alfred-A lion among ladies is a most dreadful thing. Rarey, Virginia-Travels far for her education. Reducha, Peter-Sure, he plays football. Reese, Esther-She has a sweet disposition. Renda, Domenic-Sure, lim studious. Richards, Margaret-Haven't a thing on Margaret. Rinaldi, Frank-One year older. Rogers, Dorothy-Has a kwel, kwick, kweler. Rosenburg, Ruth-No, she's no relation to the Rosens. Riselli, Betty-The belle of Pleasant Heights. Rowell, Grace-Too bad! Rowlands, Audrey-The English Queen. Runyan, .Beatrice-Very quiet. Rush, Zelma-Helen's "kid', sister. Schaefer, Arthur-I don't like the ladies-much. Schall, Kathryn-Kay and Stella sure stick together. Scott, Jessie-Oh that Ford! Scott, john-He's from Richmond. Scott, Lois-Billie's chum. Shanahan, Barbara-She knows her studies. Shutt, Evelyn-Will that roadster go? Sloop, Dorothy-Likes a Wurlitzer. Sloop, Margaret-She makes some boy. Smith, Mary-Shall I let my hair grow? Speaker, Chauncey-Is he a preachers son? Spence, Aletha-I study much. Spencer, Mary-I'm a junior now. Spon, Mary-All girls are not quiet. Stanko, John-Where is Dot? Starkey, Edna-Another bright girl. Starkey, Ruth-Likes school. Stasiulewicz, Frank-What's in a name! Steele, William-What a man! Stepanovich, Martha-Nicky's sister. Stern, Hilda-A modest maid. Stern, joseph-The all 'round athlete. old-fashioned smile, FIFTY THREE IE7 f 4. PH' -f I. I, ., , rf' n 1 If ' 'an 1 . W ' 4 5, xl ., 1, , , 4-R , 175 A -A lt. x .:J.1.. Stern, Nettie-A demure lass. Stevenson, Margaret- -Still water runs deep. Stewart, jay-Me and my roadster. Stier, Evelyn-ls a great lover of music, especially "piano, Stone, David-just a small rock. Stout, Paul-Which is which? Stout, Perle-Who is who? Stremmel, Chester-Ain't nature grand! Stuller, Howard-Squirrels! Supovitz, Morris-Have you any books to sell? Swickard, Elma-Can she vamp? Tepsic, Peter-He's a devil in his own home town. Thomas, Arthur-Arthur who? tour thermometerj. joke. Thomas, Edna-Fresh from the Styx. Thomas, Virginia-Ixifty, eh? Thomas, Melroy-Fletty mischievlous? Have you heard! Thompson, Eileen-H es, l'm letting my hair grow. Thompson, josgph-Oh, it ainit a gonna' rain no mol! Thompson, lXlabelWNever a word from her. Thompson, Mildred-Of course I know Eleanor. Thompson, Thelma-Where's Skinny? Tomillion, Pete-Now, Peter. Triplett, Helen-Peppy? And how! Trombetti, Albert-Live and learn. Tromblee, Ardella-Helpful Ardella. Valerio, john-A peppy pest. Vaughn, Margaret-Ask '!Barney." Visnich, Ruth-"Hey! Mary!" Vowinkel, Elizabeth-A little maid so shy. Walker, Donald-I had no nickel, so I had to walk-er. Walker, Frank-Heart-crusher . Walton, Edgar-Ladies' man. Warren, Floyd-The original green glove guy. Washington, Frank--Wonder if he is any relation to "George"? Watts, Vernon-Really unsophisticated. Weekley, Ronald-The shining sheik. VVeinman, Lillian-The milk maid. Weyls, Byron-A jolly fellow, we like him much. Wheeler, Nellie-A quiet little miss, White, Harry-Look out, I'm comin'. Wickersham, Katherine-Sure, I go to High School. Williams, Monica-Busy little lady. Wilson, Coramae-Can she swim? I hope so! l l Wilson, Edith-Carrie's side-kick. Wilson, Florence-Barney Google's side-kick. Wilson, Margaret-Another quiet girl. Winton, jean-Tony and I quit?P????? W'hich is which. Wisener, George- l Wisener, Hays l Witman, Eugene-The opposite. Wolter, Edwin-Another sheik. Woodward, Daniel-Five of gas and a quart of slikum, please. Worstal, Mary E.-'Nother Blonde. Yocum, Albert-julian's "kid" brother. Zamboria, John-Michief is my hobby. Zink, Dorothy--Our tennis champion. FIFTY FOUR F 'I fe Si2ZZgJZ ' K 1 X 1 Mx K Z Ziff - 'hal-I ':!,' -4, JC, 1 ' .1 , X " .' 4. r 1 , . sw' S A 4 '-. x- , .nv sry E4 an ,l, , 1 .. ., 3 "w,,'4-'xx X 2' 3 .X .' " vw: . . . .w . 8 , ,-X -.+ I I, I -'J Q Kr fs UMW- ' ' 'I A 4' LV: 2,.A W l ' , , W wiv- V, ,'. ,, ' s . Rx ' fn . 1 , ., A - 'Wf--aff-r . -.WL I. ,L v. K .,. '1 V LFE, I if .ng -if .W ..,:',:lJ-' Y ri l.f'l,'y,. , wf g,g5a'1: - -'Mm if Hg . ,'-46 ' 5 'fl' 1, TX :ax Y, 7 Mg, 1 9. - ' :W rr A UFAH , 4, ' Af '. 'v,.'.l -I., " ,wg 1: . Q , 1 I - VL' iv. ' . , .u, " 1 . , . . .. . . - va - , , 1, Q - P J ' 1 3 ' 4 I A ' 31 . - . ' , V Y X :L . - - - ', " ,L : .H..,,' 4 QW :' Y. .1 . -. 1 ,, . , .lp . 4 lf5b?!:wL ,V 'x' fn k.1-wud'-n ' v ' , ,',, I... , ,93'p.m,,-.1 1,45 J' ,lf Max, HV, t.ii',.A,,j M.. -1 . QL- .u'.T'2',lK' ' " ' - .'.. ' X x X, fi- " H... : nvtu' f' ' . ,': - x : ' -' " V f ,-Y, . - .V vw' L gk' .v .. tk' I , ,.., ,, , .I ln., N' ' 1 ' yr ' 1' 'V WJf.,. 1 H 31. mn ,au F RESHME Agnew, Edward Thomas Agnew, Leslie Joseph Alban, George Aley, Darwin Pierce Anglin, Edward joseph Anglin, John Robert Atkinson, Raymond Odell Bates, George Geary Beaman, George Ivan Bell, james Elmer Bell, Mary Bernadine Bellomo, Arthur Bevan, Charles Clyde Bickerstaff, 'Donald john Bolden, Anna Louise Brady, Lois Kathryn Brockway, Eugene Elisha Brooks, Elnora Buffone, Carl Joseph Calabrese, Luke Caldwell, Mary Calendine, Emma May Callender, Meryl Campbell, Leland Everett Carafas, George Steve Caraias, James Constance Carlton, Dottie Carney, Theodore Roosevelt Caudle, Frances Ethel Chilenski, Charlotte Barbara Cline, Zelma Margaret Conley, Mary Elizabeth Conn, Charles Evans Cooper, Martha Elizabeth Cortez. Angelina Gertrude Crewson, Anna Eldora Crocetti, Mary Danner, Edith D'Aurora. julia Margaret Davitt, Harry James De Guilio, Ralph Deltiandra, Mary Rose Di Mattia, Leah Dennis, Earl Edward Duco, Patsy Albert Dunlap, Walter George Eberts, Ralph Joel Edwards, Edna Lee Erwin, John Ross Exley, Arthur james FIFTY FIVE Fields, Martha Agnes Fisher, Dorothy Irene Fleming, Louise Virginia Ford, Henry john Franckhauser, Kathryn Louise Franklin, Charles Frederick Gaylord, Samuel Rinaldi Gescheider, Robert Carl Gilmour, Anna Mae Gipalo, Dorothy Goeddel, Ross Philip Gorsuch, Loraine Stanley Grafton, Sara Madeline Groves, Clara Gertrude Grayson, Mary Gretsinger, Irene Mae Harris, Edna Mae Hartley, Carrie Mae Heineccuis, William joseph Hillen, Esther Laurene Hudson, Ernest Melvin Hudson, Haywood Humienna, Eleanor Elizabeth Hunt, Robert Molyneaux Kernohan, john Leroy Kessler, Harry Matthew Knightstep, Edith Knox, Lena FIFTY SIX Kopras, John Joseph Ladochy, Irene Isabelle Layman, Martha Mary Leppert, james Leppert, Ruth Leveridge, jappie Lee Leveridge, Charles Thedford Lippert, james Loy, Beatrice Esther McCabe, Kathleen Tanner McClave, john Marasco, Joseph Maxwell, Harry Medley, 'Howard Walter Meek, Margaret Love Mick, Pauline Estelle Miller, Fern Miller, Mary Margaret Misselwitz, Fred Mock, Henrietta Morelli, Marie Rachel Mottice, Ruth Isabelle Muranye, Elizabeth Oller, Charles Ostovich, Duly Overmyer jean Antionette Papulias, Nick Charles Parks, James Preston Parrish. Bertha Martha Paul, Janice Ruth Peneschi, Eleanor Margaret Pettress, Andrew Halcolm Penn, Marion Frances Piekutowski, Stanislaus Joseph Pinti, James joseph Pipkin, Bessie Polcyn, Margaret Catherine Probert, Dean Burgoyne Rawson, Bessie Reeducha, Ladislaus Stanislaus Reese, Jack Riggilo, Nicholas Thomas Riser, Mabel Helene Riser, Woodrow Carney Robinson, johnie May Robinson, Will Junior Rowlands, Audrey Saylor, james Collin Schell, Leroy Glenn Schick, james William Schoppe, Charles Conrad Scurry, james Ford Shearer, Gerhard Thurston Shepherd, Mildred Shulman, jacob Skettino, Albert Francis Smith, Ruth Elizabeth Smith, james Louis Southerland, Glorius Speziale, Dan Tom Stasiulewicz, Emily Elizabeth Stecker, Frederick Luther Stenger, john Alvin Stepanovich, George Stewart, Virginia Louise Stoeckel, Eliese Mae Sullivan, Zero Taylor, Clara Gertrude Taylor, Ruth Margaret Thomas, Joseph Columbus Tiberio, Carmella Tromblee, Ardella Mary Louise Turner, William Thomas Tweed, Gertrude Ella Unalley, Vincent Vaughn, George Edgar Vindish, Olga Ward, Bernard Thomas Ward, Patrick Joseph Weinman, George jacob Weintraub, Lewis Benjamin Weintraub, Tillie Welch, Edward William, jr. Wickam, Mary Ruth ' FI FTY SEVEN Wickersham, Howard Lester Winters, Elizabeth Marian Wiggins, Eloise Wiggins, Marjorie Kirk Wiley, Ruth Lena Williams, Robert Harry Willoughby, Mabel Elsie Wilson, Martha Grace Wilson, Nellie Margaret Winter, Stewart Meyer Wintringer, Eleanor Elizabeth Wolfe, Hazel Elizabeth Wolverton, Blondena Merle Zamboria, Andrew Zink, Eleanor Zlotkowski, Boleslaus Peter Zori, Mele 14" FIFTY EIGHT lj, ff fi -7 5 kx ld 7 ff if E7 4- ' 2? Q46 7 mgwf 5 1 1 sp A A .A A Ar .LAQ ... 1 .Qin A A, 1' '-D" Ap. 1-14 '1 ' AAA, A . , . 1 . .1' '.'7'i:'1 1 awlf-4-, g'g. 5'7" 'J A 11 L. f ' 1-'ff'-wr H '1 '. x' , .. H.. A-Ai ..1 1 1 a4,1-A . , . . 1 51 10' Q., - . 112.- .4' '! ' inf? 5 . 1 ,. L-. . . P :A gg 4. .. , 1, ,' 1' 'N 1' A-gn, ,-.pq-11, f' 'jg-"'.. "'IT!'vf . '1IQf1yMf Q 1 ,. , .- , . .5 X.. 1 z '21 lv .. 12.0. 711, . . 952 '. 4. 1 499 . " 'Y .1 ,AZ ,Y f, 1 1. E. u V 154 . if' 1 p. . rr'9. 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The eight active members who had been chosen in their junior year elected the officers for 1928 at their lirst meeting, at which time they planned for the selection of sixteen more seniors to the Honor Society. These sixteen seniors were announced at a school assembly and were formally received and initiated at the second meeting of the society. ' The following is the list of the active members: Mary Catherine Brady Mary Katherine McCoy Beatrice Call Dorothy Simpson Harold Kaufmann Hayden Harris Lester Narragon Mary Agnes Davin Allen H. Berkman james Shanahan Mary Mahon Mary Baillie Elsie McGeorge Robert Starr Grace Slaughter Gladys Fleming Elizabeth Schulze Mary Frances Briceland Cena Rickey William Ball Mary Parker Herbert Nichols Wilber Bruce Michael Stanko FIFTY NINE My ' ' x , , 1 , .,.-, ,, ...Lu .una E 5 3 F I 3 F I 1 f 3 bi 1 W L f W 1 Y 5 W i 4 ' 3 N 7 , I K z i P i N 5 i I W . 2 1 Journalism Class The journalism Class of 1928 worked diligently in its responsibility of pub- lishing a weekly page of school news in the Steubenville Herald Star and of publish- ing a year book, which was re-christened by the school, 'LTHE CRIMsoN1TE." In December, the editors and business managers attended the annual Conference of the journalism Association of Ohio Schools, and in April, five consecutive issues of the paper were sent to the conference in competition. In March this class was granted a charter by Quill and Scroll, a National Honor- ary society for high school journalists, thus giving them the right to organize a chapter at Steubenville. Owing to the large class it was thought that more efficient work could be accomplished by appointing separate staffs for the Bulletin and the Annual. The Annual staff: SIXTY-TWO ELSIE BICGEORGE-- -- ........... l ditor-in-Clzicf JAY SWEARINGEN ..... .......... B usiness Manager CHARLES DOEPKE .... ---Assistant Business Manager ROBERT CUMMINS .... - ...... Circulation Manager BURMA RINEHART .... ...... jl Ianaging Editor ADRIAN DOYLE------ Bu.L1i-: NICCONNELL .... --------Art Editor - - - - -Literary Editor VICTOR PEKRUHN .... ........ H umor Editor RIOLLIE LIPSON ..... ....... L fvl1dCI'C1C1.YS Editor RUTH ENDICH ....... .... S pedal Feature Editor NIARY AGNES DAVIN--- ........ Faculty Editor ELVIRA PARRISH ..... .... G irls' Sport Editor SARA SWICKARD .... FRED Lorrus ..... ----Organization Editor ----Boys' Sport Editor The Bulletin staff: AIARY JANE DUNN--- ---Editor-izz-Clzicf NIARJORIE DAY ---.- ---- I lssoriatr Iditor FRANCES SCHALL ---- ---- . lssoriate Editor FRED LoI-'TUS ----- ------------ S port Editor RUTH ENDICH ----- ----- S pedal Feature Edilor VIRGINIA CONROY ---- ----------- S oricty Editor HOWARD PIERCE ---- ---.------ B usinrss Manager RUSSELL BUSH--- ---- Assistant Business Manager BIOLLIE LIPsoN ---- ------------------ S my Typfgr Others of the journalism Class who also gave us their untiring assistance were Ida Mae Pekruhn, Stanley Plies, Meyer Polonofsky, Mae Marie Richards, james Rinker, Michael Stanko, Mary Catherine Brady, Martha Bartow. Helen Bloomer, William Fried, Margaret Foresha, Helen Gavin, Robert Given, Harold Hays, Thomas Kincaid, Dorothy Lafferty, Hymen Leipzig, editor-in-chief for nrst semester, Mary Hahon, Wilma Medley, Gladys McClain, Elizabeth McConnell, and Margaret Paisley. We, as members of the journalism Class, might also take this opportunity to express our appreciation to those outside the class who so willingly contributed to our support. 9 5 was ai 53 'eaves-1 eva as ep V . I an W mb 4 P Student Council President .,,,- ,.,. H ELEN BLOOMER Vice-President ....... ---ROBERT GIVEN Secretary-Treasurer .... ---SARAH ADLER Sergeant-at-Arms --- ---JAMES RINKER Adviser ------.-. ---- lN IR. F. J. THICK One of the most outstanding organizations of Steubenville High School is the Student Council. Here the students of the various home rooms have a chance through their representatives, to present before the council and finally before the school, any thought which they may feel is advantageous for the school. It was customary in past years for each home room to send two representatives to council. This year, however, a new plan had to be adopted on account of the large number of representatives, and each home room sends only one representative each semester. The most outstanding works accomplished by this organization this year were: The backing of the lecture course, vodvil show, boat excursion and Annual drive. SIXTY FOUR Histrionic Club President ,.A.., ,... 3 IARY AGNES DAVIN Vice Prcsidwzt .... .... . XUGUSTINIQ BIYERS Secretary ...... ...... I JOROTHY XVALKER .-ldzviser--- .... Miss BIILDRED I. SNVAB It has been the voluntary duty of the Histrionic club, one of the most outstand- ing organizations in S. H. S. to present plays for the school assemblies and up until this year, to present a three-act play, the profits of which go to the benefit of the school. The plays given at school assemblies were "The Van Dorn's Merry Christmas" by Marie Irish, "A Proposal Under Difficulties" by john Kenderick Bangs and l'Speaking To Father" by George Ade, the latter being presented to the Women's club by special request. It is the 'object of the club not merely to present plays but to study noted actors and authors as well. SIXTY FIVE 4 4 AFFIRMATIVE SIXTY-SIX NEGATIVE DEBATE Que5tionERc50Z'uCd, That the present systenz nf trial by jury in the Uzitcd States slzouldbe abolished. This year marks Wells High School's first year as a member of the Marietta, Ohio, University League of Debaters which league is composed of triangles of Ohio schools. The Wells triangle includes Martins Ferry, St. Clairsville and Steubenville. Steubenville defeated Martins Ferry on the evening of February IO but suffered defeat at the hands of St. Clairsville on February 15. However, enough points were gained by the Stubbers to allow them a chance for membership in the National Forensic League of Debaters, the highest league entered by high school teams. The negative team of this year has as its representatives Allen Hugh Berkman, Captaing Ralph Cattell and Sarah Adlerg with Mary Catherine Brady acting as alternate. In .the affirmative team are Michael Clement, Captain: Robert Merryman and Dorothy Walkerg while Jeanne Wylie acted as alternate. Miss Mildred Swab, teacher of English in the high school and a member of the Phi Kappa Delta National honorary debating fraternity, coached the teams. SIXTY SEVEN HI-Y Prcsirla-zz! ...... .... G LENDON GOULD Vice-Prc'sidc11f .... - - -JAY SYVEARINGEN Secretary ..,,, - - - -.HOXA'ARD NIILDREN Trz'a51n'er- - - ......... PAUL GROVES ,"ll1l'Ui5Cl' ..... --- ..... -..... R IR, GEORGE K. PEARCE This year marks the close of the most successful season in the annals of the Steubenville Hi-Y. The club has as its purpose the creation, maintenance and ex- tension of high standards of Christian character, throughout the school and com- munity. The Hi-Y was organized on October 14, 1921 with a membership of about four- teen while the present enrollment hovers around iifty. This group is a member of a National organization which has adopted the four square platform of Clean Speech, Clean Living, Clean Scholarship and Clean Athletics. The most outstanding features of this year were the pep meetings and the Annual banquet and dance held at the country club. SIXTY EIGHT Senior Play The play ffBab", by Charles Carpenter, one of the best amateur comedies ever staged by Wells High School, was successfully presented by the graduation class of 1928. The first scene opens at the home of Mr. Archibald who is indulging lightly in that sport so characteristic of men before the passing of the 18th amendment. He is soon interrupted by his wife who wishes him to go to the club with her. A family argument follows at the end of which time the wife finally gets her way and "Hubby" starts for the club. Soon after he leaves, Bab enters and the trouble begins. For in the first place she is home from school two weeks earlier than is expected when in reality she only left on account of measles having broken out in the school, but much to the shock of the family and herself as well, our young heroine is found to be in possession of a gentleman's suitcase. It is later found that it is the property of the Hon. Clinton Beresford with whom Mrs, Archibald is trying to make a match for her elder daughter Liela. ' After many more such shocking scenes and a few wild escapades and adventures on the part of Bab, Liela finally elopes with her Honorable Mr. Beresford and Bab is left, with a promised return, by her much admired lover, Mr. Carter Brooks Dramatis personas: James Archibald .... ..... . ---GEORGE JONES Mrs. Archibald -... ---MARY AGNES DAVIN Leila .------------ ---------.- lv IARJORIE DAY Ball ........-------- ----- ly IARIAN THOMPSON Jane Raleigh --------- ------- E LSIE MCGEORGE Clinton Beresford ---- ------- A DOLPH GROSS Eddie Perkins -.---- ..-- R ALPH MUNSLONV Carter Brooks -.-- ..... G LENDON GOULD Guy Grosvenor ...-. --.-..-.. A DRlAN DOYLE XfVilliam ---------- ----- H ERBERT NICHGLS ' SIXTY NINE r 1 I 4 1 r lx I , , 4: ga I 1 3 p 1 I J A J w 34 fu if ii Gnu. RESERVES SEVENTY GIRL RESERVES irl Reserves Since the group of the Girl Reserves of this year is larger than usual, it was thought that more efficient Work could be accomplished by organizing in four groups but under one head as follows: President ..... .... E LIZABIETH SCIIULZE Viee-Presider1i--- ..... THELMA DUREIN Secretary .... ....... R IILDRED THOMPSON Treasurer .... ---MARY ELEANOR lYORST.-XLL Adviser ---- ,-,- 3 IISS VICTORIA BEEEE GROUP I GROUP III fSylvanettesj CGood Citizenj President ---------- GERTRUDE CAUDLE Vice President ------- WINII-'RED LEWIS Secretary -------- MARGARET HLTTTON Treasurer --------- ELIZABETH BRYSON Adviser ------- NIISS LUCILLE GRAYSON Object: Study of Music and Art. GROUP II tScribblersj President ------- ------- E VELYN LEE Vice President ------ RUTH MCFADDEN Secretary --------- BETTY I-oU HENRY Treasurer ---------- DOROTHY ROGERS Adviser ------- NIISS VIRGINIA HOVN'ARD Object: To take care of the publicity and of the Girl Reserve Work. President -------- FRANCES STEPHENS Vire President ---- CATHERINE .IEFFRIES Secretary --------- SARAH MCCONNELL Treasurer--- ------ DIARY RICHARDS Adviser -------- Mlss BIARGARET BOYD Object: To promote an interest in a higher standard of citizenship among the students. GROUP IV tSnapdragonsJ President --------- ETHEL M. HUKILL Secretary ---- lYIARY MARGARET MILLER Treasurer --------- MARGARET IGHNET Adviser ---- MISS CORRINE APPLFGATE Object: Sewing. SEVENTY ONE This thirty-four piece organization under the direction of Hugo Miksch is a group of which S. H. S. is very proud, as it has received much favorable comment. The band has played at all of the football games, both away and at home. It has been present at most of our school assemblies as Well as all of our public appear- ances including the recent vaudeville. The members are Atkinson, Raymond Bair, Maurice Baker, Alfred Buffone, Carl Bennett, Edward Blackburn, Fred Boss, Lewis Di Gregory, Dominic Doepke, Charles Guthrie, Harold Grescheider, Robert Heffley, Howard SEVENTY-TWO jones, Charles Kernohan, John Kayser, Elmore Leech, john Levinson, Robert Maley, Donald Munslow, Ralph Scott, john Stevens, William Unatin, Leon Vaughn, George Winter, Stewart Yocum, Albert Walton, Edgar Bernstein, Morris Messerly, William Messerly, De Loss Quattriocche, Ferdinard Shock, Robert Keenan, Kenneth Dentino, Mario Stevens, Archie Kincaid, Arthur Girls' Glee Club President ..... .... - -DOROTHY BIORRIS Viva Prfsident .,.. - ................ JANET PE.-XRCI3 Serretay Treasurrn- -....... BI.-XRY FRANCES BRICELAND Pia11ist--- --- ---ESTFLLI2 LOUISE PUNKE Adviser ---- ---- 3 IR, JOHN PHILLIPS SEVENTY-THREE I I I i 5 N i 4 I W ii M wi N I I I T N I il li Shakesperian Club President ...... .... I ALEX JUREVIC Ifife President ...... H......A... G EORGE RUTH Scfretary Trcaszn'cr,,- .... BIARY VIRGINIA CONROY Arlviscr .............................. MR. PAUL WRIGHT Object: To arouse an interest in Shakespeare and his works. SEVENTY-FOUR History Club President ....... ---DRL'SILL.A GRISMORE Vife President .... ......, D ORIS DUFFY Scrretary ....... .... A NNIS FARMER Treasurfr .... W , .... X YIRGINIA CONROY Adviser ..................M..,... M155 BIADGE STURGEON Object: To further the interests of history among the students. SEVENTY-FIVE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB Prcxvidcnl ............................ IXIARGARET Rooms Vive President ...... ......... ' FHELMA DURBIN Secretary Treasurer .................. IXIILDRED THOMPSON .-lzlviser ....................... Miss CORRINE APPLEOATE Object: To arouse among the girls an interest in home life. SEVENTY SIX CITY COUNCIL Prcszrlcnt ................................ ALEX JUREVIC Secretary-Trea.mrcr .................... HOWARD C ROUGH Adviser .,..,... Mlss DIARY BROWN AND MR, T. W. CAsRm' Object: Drill in procedure of city council for passing of law. COMMERCIAL CLL'B President ................................ ANNIE DAVIS Vice President v.......C,....,,.......... JULIA D'AURoRA Adviser ............,C.....,,C.C.... M155 EDITH BI.-XNOR Object: To arouse interest in commercial work and to encourage the students to read about commercial activities. BIBLE CLUB President ......... .......,..... ..... I I ARY ARKLEY Viee President .........-................ ALICE EVERSON Adviser ............................... MISS NINA CLAY Object: Study of the L'Life of Christ with Modern Applications." SEVENTY SEVEN MUSIC CLUB President ......... ............. . ADRIANNA DE IXIATTIA Vim' Prcsidcnf ....... ....... H AROLD GUTHRIE Srfrctary-Treasurer ....................... JANET PEARCE Adviscr .......................... Miss OLIVE ANDERSON Gbject: To increase the musical ability of the students. ORCHESTRA Adviser--- .............. ..... H UGO BIIKSCH SEVENTY EIGHT


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