Stivers High School - Annual Yearbook (Dayton, OH)

 - Class of 1924

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Thy stars have lit the welkin dome, And all thy hues were born in heaven." DRAKE r ,., .. ,,., . . .3 5 Qin .vc af. oc JL af. af. .Jig ,. F 9. ff . twers School ong H 'F 'Mid Orange and Black in triumph waving 9' For the glory of her name, 2 Her path with laurels we are paving XVhile we cheer her on to fame. g Resistless we urge her forward, g And her foes will strive in vain: J Our spirits will never weaken, F' And our courage will never wane. 'ig Stivers, Stivers, J Stivers, Stivers, b ln Stivers, Stivers, 0 Stivers, Stivers, Stivers High! 2' Our Stivers High-we'll always love her 'H For the honors she has gained, J For service She has rendered Q, 6 And for ideals she's attained. ii To Stivers throughout her story J Her praise we'll ever sing. U li' Ahounding fame and glory P ln the halls of time will ring. 9. if J U in 'ic nc 'ie uc uc of sig 6 in W --fe 2533532 EH H Eli? VQLUME X EQQQ PUBLISHED by STUDEN TS EE WEEE 5-5 E Q EE SQEEQQQ X-,Q Ki vf..- . 5 f , 1.: ,- I T ' I I fx 1 , ' 5' 2 f Yf Q ,, : s , Av ., 14.. A . . M , A X, H 8 'T J 0 rx LA O gat. .vc Je. .vc oc. Jr. of. Jgg Tab le o ' Contour ts u 'I 'Q P ff av Dvfliralion -f Faculty Y-' Graduates 'F Unclerclassmvn xg , 2 Athletlvs Organization 2, Z1 W O I C'0llfl'lbll,fI.0HS 3 Dvpartmvnts ,F Calendar gg Snapshots I: Autographs rg 2 2. if AJ KA far -ac 'mc ac uc vc vig 9 10 gig .nc af. .vc Jr. J. sc 'J Q5 1 I ,, ff YI 21 I xg . :Q In grate-ful ronlenzbrnnrv i of her former exrellvnt work M, . " . . . 'P and helpful lll-flllPlIl'l:' at Stivvrs, the Senior Class of J R' fi nineteen twenlyifbur sincerely ,Q cledicates this Annual to 5 Miss Mifilllll Horrvll X E J 'J q 0 Z' 3 3 Pi If Y. '21 xJ L4 Eff vc uc uc 'sc oc 'mc nga 11' I U VN MI WILLIAM H. MECK XVICSLEYAN UNIVIQRSITY, X H IVIERSITY OF MICHIGAN AISII UNIVERSITY, A. M 12 f1 , 155 lvannqod - ua , a--H Jan my . . .ai -s li ..i, ' 'I' 1'- 'nl' .. ., -,d ' 0 D . m.:.w if 6. 5 'x 1 1 ,, H I 4 K Q . . . I ' . ! i W I l 'w 1 ' , sv , . :- I, . ef: 4i,L,T1',. 'ZX 2' 5443.1 .L -R, -. 1 4 . . 'S f - -x ,. ,, F . , K .um , 1 , L.. I v 1 gn X . ' COREY LEFEVRE English A lgvlira Princeton, A.B. MARGARET B. BARKER Retail Selling Western Reserve Uni- versity, A.B. Research Bureau of Re- tail Training Carnegie Institute of Technology C. BEGOVICH Tailm'i'ng cmd Design ing MABEL E. BRON SON Commereifzl lllczthenzaties Oberlin College, A.B. Oberlin Business College FRANCES BRUNS English History Ohio Wesleyan, A.B. DePauw University Columbia University C. G. SHARKEY Direwtor C'o-operutirv Hiylz Selzool Ohio State University WALTER L. CARMACK Mafl1.emgvfif's I , Mlangvlniiversity, A,B. U GRACE CoELEN'rz M11 thenzrr l ies Otterbein College, A.B. ANNA COLLINS Efnglisll Cedarville College, A.B. Ohio State University, M.A. MARIE COSLER Englislz Oberlin College, A.B. Ohio University, B.S. in Ed. Columbia University in Z. nf L E 1 es, S 2 1 25 Zi i I A ss I :Eqgeig Q .vs me aN.wmYzf.v.wwmx-x4efwm.M 22223 - ,,..,,,, .-.W .A,, ,- - M Q' a 2 i g 3 E 5 E 3 E , Z fi 2 3 3 9 2 i 2 ai f fi. 4. Z 4 2 5 E K 2 all l s X, f L1 eff i it Q i it is 1 l if at ll iii Em lf' 7? iii it 2, 2 fa 'x X I l I ,W ,-.z: z-y lit .. A "z , ' P 2 'E 'Q N N ff , ,, as Q 2 X : '--21 4 ...............,-...-.,.-.--. 5 a 2 3 2 E 1 ww W fmt-fm-A' eaxwmww 3 25 it 3 5 5 23 il' l .Zigi si if ll :ff ii 2? I! fl li ii it fi ll if il ii 'E sl ll it l, Q. l: ,. ll LEoN H. CRowEi,L ZWllHl6lIlflf1'CS Williamson, M.E. University of Cincinnati W. L. DEAVER Auto Coi1st1'11ctio1z Ohio State University, B.Sc. in Agri. E. H. DEXTER Mech cz Il ical Drawing Purdue, B.S. SARAH A. D1cKsoN La t in Frefrtclz Wellesley College, A.B. Columbia University ALICE E. DIETER English Denison, Ph.B. FROSARD DIXON Carpentry Household Mechanics Cedarville College Wittenberg' College Chicago Technical College HELEN DORN Hom C Economics Western College, B.S. Ohio University LOUISE M. DORNBUSH Home Econom ics Ohio State University, B. S. Columbia University SIDNEY ECKLEY Cabinet .Making Pa ttern Ma,lfi'ng Miami University Ohio University BESS FLoYo Trade School Michigan State Normal School Columbia Unive1'sity y Syracuse University l l il l is l ,I i l .23 ll AS- it gf-my "-A mvntwmw l 1 E 1 9 1 l 5 5 5 l x i 5 i X 1 i l i l 4 l i I I 5 1 l l 1 E l E Aww v-.-..-.........-...-.--. LJ 4 J ,: ,vs S U1 12 it 1 wh .ig 55 fi, it .fi Vi ES? it 'A gl 3. Q5 4952 K, 32 All 2 fs 5 it E 3 E? eg. lil V? lag ll 5 its it l Nil it ll if ll s il LYIJIA P. GALLOWAY Spalzislt University of Michigan, A.B.g A.M. 'BJC Bmssm GANZER A zfgcm' in Dru nmfti-1' Art Northwestern Universitypl X BERTHA V. GEIGE fiIIl'l.6lIIL and Gl'7ll'l'flIA History Chicago University Milwaukee Teachers' Seminary HARLAN HAINES Music Western Conservatory, Chicago HANORA HALEY Sterzograplzy Bliss Business College Wlil1llIlgt0l1 College HAZEL HEATER Englfislz Miami University, A.B. , MARION S. HEITZ Eugfislz .Modern Hisfory Antioch, A.B. Ohio State University, A.M. S. M. HEITZ Chem isfry Ohio Northern University. A.B. DURLIN C. HICKOK Sheet Metal Dm wing Ohio State University, B.S. in Ed. Ohio Wesleyan University LOUISE HOFACKER Secreta ry to Co-operatziie Dzfrector QPF' 41.21335 l Q E Q xw f l I i iii E l l l 'if X Leaf f MVS fqivf' ia .m?u MW wg,.,,, iv ., ,Vxx YN.. , Zz ,Q if 12 Z l i 4 Q i ,E 5? f E, fi 3 5 w 4 i l is ii 'i JS ff? 32 35 lf: 52 46 ,u 'a ik ii ii Jog 4 fi v i elif if ROBERT HUBER Assistant in Clienzistry Antioch College Miami University HELEN JOAN HULTMAN IRENE D. KIMMEL Lifewiture .A'I'fflI'7IlCfiC University of Cincinnati University Of Michigan CHARLES KLEE "-J Physical Tl'Clff'lIi'lIff EHUUSIL ,fx XDJJ Physiology . X l HQ'-f' Denison, X ilii- ' X , k Jw ypyy' X RUTH C. .JACOBS Typeivrifing Assisffmf in Commer- cial Department Wilmington College VVittenberg College M. HELEN KELLER Home Economics Miami University University Of Chicago GERTRUDE KERN P,lQllSif'Kll Eclzccution Nornial College, A.G.U., Ohio State University American College of Physical Education REUBEN KOCH General Science Ohio State University, A.B., A.M. CARL KOEKER Biology General Science Denison, B.S. LEO. J. KREUTZMAN Forging ZVIa,chin,e Shop P'ract'ic'e International Correspondence School University Of Cincinnati 16 :gray ya-wp. ..mzm,4u,wwf' i, 5 is 3 ii f 5 'Q fx, ' E57 .L 5 it 2 it S. 5 in li ' fl 5 5 ie' ,gy lil Iii :ii .W 'i li Qi ig? ,f iff fl fl? :ig fl il, 3 ji ll ai Ulf lif fi iii 1 V H ii N fig V? 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Ku FLORENCE NUTTALL BOo.klfecp'i1z g Phongraphic Institute University of Michigan University of Dayton Miami University FRANCES ODLIN Physics Western Reserve University, Ph.B. FRANK OSSENBERG Applied Mathenzatics U0-ordination Teachers' Training School University of Cincinnati CLARA PAGENSTECHER Histofry French University of Michigan, A.B. Columbia University University of Chicago BEss RANKIN Latin U. S. History Highland College, A.B. Wisconsin State University Columbia University AGNES C. READY English Miami University, A.B. HELEN B. REINHEIMER Stenography Booklfeclfivzg Indiana University, A.B. C. RICHARDSON Meclzmzic-all DVCl'1Ul'Hg Tool Deslgizivzg Muskingum College W. J. RICHARDSON P'ri'nting International Correspondence School Smith-Hughes Training School, . University of Cincinnati ANNE POPE RILEY Physical EducatiO'n Hygiene New Haven Normal School of Gymnastics, Graduate National Training School of New York I N gg, if. 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W.-.., V.. ,,. . -' , ,vm , , ,W wma, WM V M Q ll-lenl Van Cleve CBolwj Emerson He is little nnfl haslzful, and shy, "Little Bohhyl' is some boy, The hind that the girls always give I'll het he is his nzother's joy. the "go-hy." FOSTER ALEXANDER CAleXD Harrison Hf'1'e and there in all kinds of fwentlter, The kind that puts two ana' two together- ROBERT ALMONEY EDNA ANDRES fBobj Irving CEddieJ Cleveland tlll his faults are sueh that one She does little hinflnesses lowes him all the better for them. llvlzielz most folks leave zlntlone- DOROTHY AN DERSON CD00 Irving lflle must laugh before we are lttippy, Lest we should :lie without hinting ltzuglzed. 22 f f 3 1 5 S25 s 4 at . W :, .w.1.f"- 5 ax 1 Gif. g ,fre I . 'TE 'Q X ,,,....,.,.....-m.....Y.--.,..,,N ...,,. ,.., ....,.., . , V...-,,x 1 1 .V f Q, I if 1 me S 'AE ji 1 fr- 3 stil P S 5 as 3 Q K 535 F- iij V 5-1 5 iii ' 30" 5 ks 2 1 5 i QQ! 2 -2 f W . N, 3 f T V he .,.,,,.,,..p .,,e,,,, ,. , , .,, .- I . ' ,tr W. ,Y we, W,-,Y V . , . U- ,, V ,A V ' Ot LAVERNE ARDEN BOYD ASZLING CPunkD Patterson lAsmaD Huffman Beneath tonzlzoyish aetions there Not that I like stuzly less, hat that lies a noble heart. I lilce fan more. DOROTHY ARING CD00 Cleveland tl winning way, a lzeautiful smile, dna' altogether lovely. MURIEL ASZLING JOHNETTA BEAM CD00 Cleveland. C,lennieJ Huffman I like study and I like fun, I'Iere I am and here I stay! But I'II enjoy them one by one. THELIWA BAILEY CTomaD Wzlslm ington She is stzulious, she is hright, O71 all suhjeets seeks more light. 23 , M ,... L, ' ' ' ' ,, . ,. ,, , , - -'ig g, . , ,V mf --,- f-1f-f--m- -f 2.2:-fi,-f Y- "A ' , .' , , ,, ,i ,,, F f' f ' f s ' . , f 3 Y? I Q , X 2 asf W' ei W- 1 E' Zi ,l fl iii, gp Q M 33 2: it 3 gi :X 7 lg v Q - W.. e A , 1, ,A I 2 :tial ll " fi 5 ' A l f lt V fe ii K 559 ,Q el 5 il E , 1 5 WE ffl ll 'Q f 5 A 2 5 5 5 5 AQ, s . e T 1 Ye, 'Q V 4 5 ' 2 Q ? Hifi . 122 3 if Q E ws i 2: f 2 Q nf ' v- LQ ' 23 Q X, fmt s........mAs..,,..,..,...,-w.,,,M-e,.,W,,.,M,,s,, ,,,,v..,.we' w,,,,M.,.,.- Wwwwwmfmwwwwwfd M,,LM,..,,.,.w..,,, .Wa-..,.,..Q.W..,.W.s...g, i Ai 6 .,... -fm'-,.,--' . f, 1- "fa wb" .e ,X M.. f , r - V421-gnu. ,an-H ,of-. " - - -,,:f,1:Q:.f ff-v.-W--ff . 4 W 1 - ,4 ., Q 4 ,.., , 4,.1,.,,w- LEE BEARDSHEAR JOHN BECKER QLGCJ Franklin fjawnj Lincoln Leaders are ora'inary persons icfiih Behind his quietness IIIFFFIS a brain extraordinary rleterlllinafion. That brings him triumph naw aim' again. HARRY BECKER CKingJ Ruskin 4 ' Ife writes for Sfiwers' paper, wlzich, as eweryhodij lcnoziis, I I 0 l Is 'worse than sersz'i1lQ "ima shop or searing off the frozus. 0 MANUEL BEGGVICH HARLEY BINGAMQN ClWickyJ Allen CBing Bangj Central I a'0n't intend to he z'earher's pet: Hes a quiet sort of "hirr1,U I 'want to work for what I get. He hardly ever speaks a word. OREN BENSON fBenj Emerson I have IIIIIIIPFOIIS' troubles, haf, Then, aff areal' men fin. 24 N 1' 1 S a. M .Q 1? 9 1 1 51 3 11' 111 X 5 5155 .31 ,K ef 'Mp 1 5 : 551 2 1 111 1 7 ' 1.3 L 51 f- E i 2 fl 5 2 1 1 T ,. , ., . .. .,,,. " "T ' 1 'W'f'f 1,,iN.NQ'mW , f. ffm, Rwfm Hfdww , MM ' H ' N'Mftf.MQ 1 f 'A ' LORIQTTA BLACK GLAUYS HUSRON CRed:1J Ruskin CGlzxdy1 Irving 11'111'1'1' 11111111111 11r1' 11l1llk1lIg 111 1111, 11 111111111xs -11'1'1'1' jw1'111111'x, 51111 111111111 t111fy Sl'l'lll to 111' f1l1llk1lI5l 1011- 111'1'111' 'ZC'1lllf. si11'111'f11'f1j'. RUTH BLACK 1Rutl1ieJ Cleveland 111 11111 111-r'1'111'sf IIIIIIIIICI' -1,l'0llI 111lVl' 111 1111-V, S111' 5f1'111111U p111's111'.v 111'1' 'll'1l,1'. THELMA BOZEN HARD LEONARD HRK DADSTON IC Crlieddiej lVIcKinley 1Lcn1 lrving 11111-17 5111111111 -1111111 Illt' 111111 1'11 ,171Ill' To 111' -1101111 111' 1111111111111 ix 10 111' 111 .v1111111'1f 1111111 you, f111' !f11ff, of 11111-11111'11111'. 111111 111111 Il ,V111111-1' s111111', 5111111111 111111 true. FLXVOOD BRAN DEN BERG 1Bl'1llldCy1 XVllittiCl' 111.1 1111' 11111.11 111' 11111' 111111111 .v1w1't song, 11717 .vw 111111 11111111111 1111 Illlwl' 1111111. 25 1 , fumvn., l,A..,,,.,, ..,. .W . M V .....,W,.v,,m. w.m..,,,x-K ffm X, 5" Z ow? . Q 'P 4- 'Y M. . 6, f up .nt .X A X Ziff? J iv 4 ?' l , z Mb I ,Qi l E 1 'A 5 25 , '? .42 3 ff- z .Q l 2 . m as 1 f' ' ' i RW. ,gf , ..M.....,,..,.,,N...o ...,.,..wW.,,,.,,,..W...,, .l,,..,...,4 aw, MN.: ,Y N ,A Af f..,.....,..Ww1-L V . ,wtf nh,.,mw,l,M,. H, , , ,. .,,. ..-, ,. ...,,..,-f"' -X-M,,,,,.,,,. . ...N,l,,,..W.x.W...,,,.....,N.,,.A-' 'M-..,.,,..,.v...,,,..l..,,.,,..,.,. ,,.,,,. K of , V my' 1' c-rs!f,5f'Z,Q0agf:5Q,.2. --w:f,1,y1.M ' fx 5 5-3. p a ny f 'fw ml :Will MAA CHARLES BROOKEY CBudD Allen Eros a awzflr lzfarlwl Hl'I1S5,U You llt'AZ't'I' .wr llllll in a fuss. -,-". JOHN BUCHHQLZER fjolmniej Ruskin He plffasfflz all the world But rannoi pleamf' lzinzsrlf. DOROTHY BROXEY Cljottiel Allen Jos' Illtjlllllfl' aml swam' as ille flowers of lllay, Doing lzw' lfesl from zlay to day. VVlLLlAlW BUERK CBillJ Xvi1Sl1lI1gtiJIl In gl'Ollll'fl'-1' lzvff quita a pig, LOUIS BURKHARDT CLouiD XV8Sl1lllgIOll He florszfi boast, l1e's not that kzacl llve lzofuf lu"ll .VIH'l'l-1' zlozfour our Igllf just kvffpx on lllZfJI'07JII1gl1lS "ff,-ff minfl. BIQRYL BURNS Cliobby Burnsl Willa1'd Pla sfzzrlivs, studies all the flayg ll? !l07IIf .wr how lze gets that way. 26 1 i S, 5 Q 2 3 w 5 232 Q 1 if 5 Ll 4 If , . R Q 1 j f f N I' sg Q Q! M! 7" 2 mtg' 57 fx.- 5 4 3 ! if 3 .ff 2 5732 2 Wai if i 35 2 3 s 5 'P Q E ZX E J, xx ff' X, :..m,,.,,. .,...A.,,,,,,,,..,.....,,,.W.,,vm..,....,f N..,..,...,,M,,,,,.M,.W,.mm.m,......1.,f N-....,.,-,,.,,1,- ,, .,.. . n...1,.,,.,,-,,,..,.,,..f . , . 1. NW ' , ,, ,. ,, , , , ,, ,,... ,, ,,. f FRANCIS BUSH ARTHUR CALDIQR fBL1Sl1C'j', Sidney, Ohio fA1'tD 1XIiddlctuwn H1"s just new to our 0111 sflzool, Thr town I11' lxflllltlt' fffllll .www But he knozus F7't'I',1' little rule. quita SIIIIIH, But you know, l11"x not xlrrzu nt Il IXTARGARET BYERS CPQID Huffman I think tlmt 1111 7llt'II Ilfl' Ilf'Z'tlIt', B111 1111xk1'If111fl .vtnrs 11r1' qnih' ln!! line. LENORE CECIL SARA COHICN CNcmnieJ Franklin QSUCD Linculn Oh 1c'o11l11' of ,vp111'1' that 101' 111111, SI11' l111x lIl'Z't'l', nr-1'1'r 1l1lI't'll' 1110I'f', To gn to l'l1l3'Xt'J lll1fv'1'p11I'1'11. To tel! of our fllllltllllf sufrft Lenore. ELNI PQ R CLAGETT fAl1I1CI'D YVclHstcx' It is l'IlSit'l' tn fill' up tllf' bfrf of II lllflllllflltll f0I'I'l'l1l' than to .s'11tisfy the 111'11rt of 1c'on111n. '27 l V 1 ,wr 1 ,1 fl -5251 S ilk-, , , q,:, , ply 1 1 li 2 .. . V 1 11,5 lg. . , ' 1 .1 2.55 a . 3 ll I 1 1' 5 3 :Ml 'l ' 4 xc.. l 1' , ,, 1? 1 Q 2 li Q' 1-Er" ' 1 'l' ' 2' li ,gg 1 3' eg' L....,.....,..,,..,....,.....w,..,...,..,,.............,...,.. n-,.,......,M..,..,,,........m..,....w..,....,,,,.xf'y .,,W..1.,.a.,...W M.,v.,,,,.Wm..........m..,,..,....,J .w 'O DONALD CRAN E DOUGLAS CURRIE CDonJ VV2lSlllIlgtOIl lDougl xV21SlllI1QftfiJH In Izix Hlllllflln 111' Joey 1'.x'1'1'l, 011, Iuka :Muay limi bird kill joy, But 116 does t'Z'l'!'j'fIlIlIy quile 20611. His lzobby is but fo 1111110-1'. RIARGUERITE CREAGER fhladgej Franklin I9'1'o111 vzlra I Illll free Jml I lzojw I'll allzuzzys bf. CLIFFORD DAVIS VICTOR DEARDOFF CGalwlwyj Cleveland Cvicl VVl1ittier llGlIbb.1".S"' II goof!-11111111141 guy, Too Inn' I .vf11yf'rI-forgive the HPI! 11c'w1'1' 111111I, zur !I07l'f we why- fri1116! U1II1f'4'1IU1I flew IIN? Il0lll'X. CLARENCE DICAKINS lDez1kD Dunlap, Tenn- Ifviflz Il So11ll1rr11 lIc'l't'IIf one 0'6- ligllfs to Ilmr. 28 ff- , Wgm Q , M . , X 11 A .ff Q 151 mmf 11 H , 11 Z., 1 is K - l 37" Ai?" gg 1 1115 V A KW., .1 6544 my 4 ' 9.11 .. -fa, ff V, .1 1 .- QI if gf w, 1? S W ,, ID I1 X I S .va - 1 11 1, . H if 1 I QF ' Qi E1 gisgf' ii 11 1 1' 1 11 1 1 , 1. mm f . gLWW1WWWW. ,,,, 1WW11W Mfx ALFRED DEBRA HILDA KIAIC IJICKICRSON 1Sho1'tyJ Van Cleve CUickicD NV11shi11gt1m Hfys 115 1'1's1111.x'.v IIN II 1111111f1, 11'111'1'1' 1111'1'1' 15 11111111 1111'1'11, 1111'1'1 You 111111'1 111111 111111 51111 Il 1111111111'- ix Il 111'1'111 1'l"'ZUll1'f1. VVILLIAIVI DEIVIARSIC 1Bi11J Franklin Ilvllffllnyl' 11's 11111-1', or 'ZU1ll'f1ll'I' 11's work, 5701171 f11111 111111 "Bill" is 3171110111 Il s1111'k. FRANCIS DOODY KATHRYN DUGAN C-IiggsD St.Jose1ph Cjimmieb St.Anth1my To be 111111 f111'1111r1'11 is 11111 gift of U11 11111 11111 11111 11,1 1111111 111' 1111111111 -f0I'fIlllF,' 11151 1111111 1.1 11111' 1111111 1111' 111' f7ll'IlSIlI't 11111 to 1c'1'111f 111111 FFIIIZI KOIIIFX 113' 11111u1'e'. FREDA DUERR fFritzJ St. P:1ul's Lllf11t'1'2lI1 Her ftytlllvl' .s'111111', 111'1' l'1IF1'I"l' 1'y11, Give 1111111511111 1111111y111s 111 11111 15115- serby. 29 1 51 5 1 4 12 .:. x A+ Q 3 ,Eg , , ' 51 we if 1 vf:-'1-:-'wa-z:-11111:-11-.1:,-,Lau-1 ' ' 1,1 45111 :ffm-1:1m.v1?i1"N:-lm 1?-ily" . 1'1f"1f::1"'f:' If 1' 1 V 1 7W 1 1, 1 , 1 1 1 - 1 1 , i l 1 1 ?f 5 -1 H 1 1 3 5 E . 3? 1 ff ff 1 l .5 1 E s l lf 1 si 21 " ,. ,, Z 111 1 5 1 1 l 1 a ,, l ' - 1 5 , 5 N ,fi . Q i ' 1 1 Q l ' Q " 4511 1 3 l 1 .. 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Wm-, ver: :Z ,,,,. P Y,,, , . ., . .,,,,,,M,,,,,,....,..,...,.. ,A.,A. ., .- e,,,..Nvx fir, ,., . , X f p ' , Y , HW! Alg'W"" ' M1L'1?1i 'DFENGLE LOUIS ERNST CMJ Cleveland Clszltl Pzlttersun H 3Yl1e1'2"1t1otl1l11g in 'ZUllll'll yllcf 11065 llvv think this one is Louis. WN, 522541, g?QYNF'egdM1.ve slzff Joes all things so well. WK. , ' JOHN ERNbT C-lolmniej Patterson 011, 211111611 is .lolzn 111111 1Ul111'l1 is Louis? Tl1r1t's 11111 thing 101' 1'1111'f get I'lII'01lflll 115. SOPHIA FELDNIAN ELDON FENNPIR CSn00ksl Franklin CPimpD IC. Ll. Brown Eat, drink, nnzl be llIFI'I'j', Hr vunx fr1'.vl1 111111 full of f11ifl1 111111 For fonzorrow itfv bark to the .s'o1111ffl1f11g 1111111111 turn up. grind. GERTRUDE FELDBQEYER CSl1m'tyJ St. Joseph 011, I 11111 glzul Ilmf 1,111 not fall, lily .m 11111511 11ic1'1' In lu' Xlllllll. 31 f E 1 ,. 2 ' 1 ef 1 9 1, Q T- 5 1 -an 3. ,, 11 1 i ,.,, W ,MW.,,N..W,.,.,.h.,,.n..,,w..,., Vlm. !,,,,,1.W. xxi. 1. ,..., WWMWN ,..,..,.W1..m-.W-...-..e M..,...:-,WWWN-T 1' ' fy 1 5 ., , IL.f,.....N.,,..w...m ,Am....w-.-...,ww-.-..A.vv-"!kXwwmwMwwm-wmNw.vnm-Mw.ww.1...-11.-ff" jixx'-14.21, - ,-xx.- ...,W....... .,L. .-A111 1 ::.lY,Yf-- f- .1 EDITH FERGUSQN ABE FQUTER IBUII Cleveland 1AIWieJ Emerson 111111 11115 we 15110111 1111111 from the 1 111011111 111111111 r11f111'r 11511111 1111111 Start, l'Fl'1fF. T11111 "art" 111111 15111111 will rzefver f1111't. BICRNICIQ FISHER 151061 Patterson CIIIIT'-1'l'FF 111111 11111g11111g 11167 10110112 111121 1o11g, 311511 yo 11ll'OIlg1I 11.111 .Y1lIg1IIg a .mug- AUGUSTA FOSM ,EEZ ZOLNION FRANK CGUSD n,,,4f'! 1 Czekej Huffman Sfrong Ly ff 11111 iU'111IX1fllIIl.f 11117 011 yay, 1 .vf1111y 111111111 fo1'1'1111 to .g5gL11", 1 do if, 111'r f1ns11111g, 111'1g111 111111' tiff. S1111 1 1111117 11I1lIA' 1'111'r1f'5 so 111111111 N1 If. RALPH FRANCISCO flfatl Allen 11 1111 of 7U1'111111 1111111 111111 111111111 1l"1"11 111'1' 111 51111 111111 1011111 1112 l'1lll'S-Il lzorsrid 32 J X 1. .s 1:,,1-,ff1,-.,- 1- M -1 1:-, W, ,z- ww-hm - , 3 1-Z'121'3'5SW521'5x.9,a1,11f",f ,'1'1fw1f fa, .. . .A , cg. 1 fir, 5 f gs if Q 1 5 1 1 5 " ' 1 113 5 f 1 , 4 1 79 g l.,,.f,,,1,,,1,M.,,.,.1, ,A ,,,, ,.,A ,,,, 5 l , P' A , 4. EMERSUN FREEMAN FREDA FRlfQSllXGER 1 . rf.. if l, cEfI'21ITl, Belmont 1l41'1tz1,l?l Elnersun H11 1111111111 be sfrong, 111111 big 111111 H1'r,,f4'11f11111y 11111111111 ix 1101 1 1 11111. I JJJ'?1s1 bf 1111 lllflll-1' 111111115 'N 1115161111 of 11111 bvsl s1'11o1111' of 11167111 1111. t 1 ANNA FREDNIAN CAnnl Patterson O11-1' my HS 111211 be 5111111 111111 0lIU,.Y 011116. 1 I 1 fl! l Q A - 1 A FLORENCEADA GANDRE NIARIE GASCFZLY! ff6ui'lYD Ruskin . ' I fFL17ZZy1!' Cleveland 11 , . fl " 1 11151 z111I11'q,.'uf1111'11 1111,11.1'11 s1'1111 you .i'l7s1111111f1e bob for 11111 llI11kll1l11l11 fx NX ,1 1111 TL?O,71IflS.U v 'l lj'1I1If'S 1111x 'lUOl'111 l'OII111l1f 111.1 1 1 1' L 'A 1, 1 JACOB FRONG Cslzxckl Emerson Lj1111f I 1104, 11111' do 111111 1111111 011. 33 L , I 31 lx E . w 'c H vi , X S 9 K Q 3 3 K 2 ' Q W, 'i 3 3 Bw if-1' . P 1-...-:1m,:- +1.:2,,,, V-.,-.xx ,u..,,.,, 41, W-- '.:ff.w .. ,K v . fi iii .,..,,..n 22 481 E 2 W 445' '1 L-9' M 5 3 ii Q gf: P Iliff WNW. I ,E W' 3 7 if 2 SKA 3 5 ,cv ,zzzw-r.: frm.--.1-,I - I 1-ff,-M:-f 1. f,+.::aQ- .,.',,:1:iq, may 2 ... 5 3.3 1 N , If-'ef HOYVARD GEBHARDT lflcpj Irving "No1c'l1f'1'4' .vo bisy Il lllllll ns lu' flzvr 11115, Jim' ,Wt lla sffnmzl bisiffr ilzzzn lu, was." ROBERT GEIGER LEONA GENNER CNonicD lWcKinlcy Br plmsnzzf to all, and you will rmp The lzfzrivrxf tlmt you truly serk. CBOIU Patterson Hf'11fe, 'ZVIlll, flflllzlizzg joys! Giw me quiet. ROSAMON D GLICK CRUSGJ Emerson Siwft mul simplv rznrl nziglzty in 111i11f1', gl finer girl is lmrd to finrl. A A R 1- "s MARY GOELZ ' ENIERSON GOSS fDaylight Sheikj Irving 4, He zzewrr rises unfil figlzfg - Tlmfjs fwlzy nt svlzool lze's always late. QC1'ickctD XVz1shington Jml flflllfllly time trails uflvr me in fvain. 34 my 1:4 ' 11 - ,1 1 1 5 la aa My v 'wg , c7:w'K'b4M"r1--fe 1- f- v gm? ,f -,ni 'Fizz 'ffl 13551 .1awc51f11-1,12 f?f13?f,1-. ,1 -21 L1 Q 1 1191 ,Q 11 .1 1 . .. F1 irmwmh .,,w,,,,,,i,,,,M,NX b W.. ,,-,.1,,. ,..,. If - W .m..-.41 WMM-. 1 .WW E 1 l ' 1 1 1 ll 5 K A'Mf ,111 " 5 1 v,.1 :.' ' dal A '-1 gg I 1 1 1 12 1, Q , - F kd! 1 . . - i 1 ' l if 1 ' x 1 ll Wi' l 1.11 A.AA 1 1 A .,,,,.,.,,,..,,111,1,1,11..,,.,.,fX1 .W ,.. , ,A '-.-' HARRY GOSSRIAN XVALTER H AINES flllldlfjj St. Paul fljctcj Allen 11'111'11 IZ 1111111 111y1.s'f,v 011 11111-1'111y 1116 I1 fl 1111111 1111111 .1-llliflifl 1111 11111111711 11'11111f1111111vs of 1115 l't'llll1l'kS, 111' 1101111 11111515 let him 110 if. 111.11 51111111 Illf' 1U111'1'1' 111111 11111-1'1u1'111. EDNA GUN DER CEddie1 VVcstport, lnd. For 11111111 1 111111. 1 will, 111111 1111111 11 611115. FRED HOLLER OLIVER HARTILTON fDizzy1 Patterson Lincoln 711111111111 strong 11111111111 of pep. T111111 111151 1111 f1y111'1'.v 11o1' 110 -1.1111- 1111 1111110112 11111, 2111111 11111112 Il rrp. 111x11's, T111f1'11fo1'1f 111011 51t"t'PvSf 50 s0111111, KATH RYN HAMILTON cK2lYl Lincoln 1 gr! Ill-1' joy 111 zUr1rk111g for 1111' g11r111,' 1 try lo 1111 1111111 I1flj' x11f111111. 35 j11,v1 11111111 1 6 , ..v,,.4,. "Eff-,'.ij 'j :-1,5.gg '1-fwfvw 1217" V21 ' - 71132213 w-f,?5swgQ- Q,-11,2 -3: K ff N M N. ,,.?,--ML. , -.,W,,,., 3.mfai?.L?Aiw:X1e3eee?WQS?1Qa2465Q:-EfK4+Lfff.fSS?mfML:L5 61131 LxZ,fJZ.,51iz x2cZ2: iM3a4m1ZfmmQ.'1hf?: I 'N ei 1 bww., .gg-,.,,Qff,,M.. . N ,..,.q.,.-.N-,.w..m G7 21 K ll 1, W. . 'QM ' W 5 '-'S 'i Fifi: Q' 1 24' 1. i , Q3 1 124. 1 jiji .u.......h .....,,.,....,A.4.....,.......A.... ,.....- ,W ,.W,.,..,-.W V., ,..,.,.1-My.. .,Y,.-.. , .Mu ....,,,qnw JI., -,,N,,,,. ,,,,M,,, ,,,A ,, ,,,,,,,,h,,,,M,,,,,,,,,,,,,., 1 it ff ,151 Q , ,..-ff' xg S Wai' mm ,f m,,,- . ., . . , " W " '- HAROLD HANEY HARRIET HARRIS CSpnrk Plugl Pauline, Ohio fH11TTif?1 Huffmrm The fffl-fix 111111 i11f1fs1 1111 111115 11115 -WH' f011f'i11ff'.f M111 hw' 11w.v,' 111151, 11'11.v 1'111'1' Il lll0l'fIl1 1111114 so 'Luisa lI'1lI 111111111 11111 not 10111111 1 1111 11111 111131. HOXVARD HARPER CHarpD Irving T1lf'I'F',Y noflzinq 11101511115 11111 betffr, for 1 1lII7'l' t1'i1'11 111111 tried, .111s1' IPI' 11111 110 1111111 11117 11111103 H1111 1'11 1111 srztisfirrl. ELVVOOD HARNISH CHARLES HAUTT CH:u'nJ VVashingt1m CChuckD YVashingt1m Quik? 111111 FIISV17 111111 frrzf f1'r1111 u1111'1'y. C11lll'k 1-11111ff, yes, 11111115 111.v 11111116 I'l1 gfff 'ZU1lt'I'l' 1,111 11011111 1011110111 H1711 1IF7'l'I' briny 1111' 111111111 1 llll-1' 11Ill'I'v1'. .v111111111. MILDRED HAYES 1.11115 North Vernon, Ind. IJ0lI'f 1111 f0llIl'1' -21111111 lYllI Ill' IIIOIII' 1U1II0l'l'07U. 0 0 71 fb N 31 l,,. ,, , ,. 2 Q 3 1 3' 5 g 5151 f M Q if xy g QQ? ,il Q 'F 1 1 1,,,.-fx-- .,,k ,W .1 , , , 1 'L ' CAROLYN HEIVIBOLD HUGH HIQRSH CKZITOJ Lincoln fHe1'shCyJ Irving .loy 14o1111's, g1'i1'fgn1'.s', 'we know not H1' 1c'o11l11' llflf .vf111l,1 fflll z 11010, Grvfk ,' Lefs just be happy lI0'ZU. flvlllll 1111111115 1'l111f.' sinks ll ELWOOD HELSER lvermeb Garfield .v I1 rik ! llvlmt would we 1111 1Uiflm11f his wil. To fl'l,UlIfFll lI'lUf1j' flull 1'111'1' ll bit. ARTHUR HILD HAROLD HOFFMAN CArtD Ruskin Uvhitcyb Hziwthmnc 1lrt's fl 11i1'1' boy, -101' 11ll mil, H1' is ll bllfflfl' of 1'1'11o1111 Too b111l flzerff 111-12 so 'fmt' fllflf wfiv. rlvllf'-1' kllflfll' him all 1111111111 ll fmun. ELMIER HOEBNIER CHClwlwyD Einvrsoii S111111'li1111's l Sfllll-l', S111111'fi1111'x l 1Ur111'f,' IRIN' sn1111'li1111'.v l lm-2'1' fl111l s111111ffi1111'.v l 1l1111'1'. 37 ' 1 1, -. 1 . , . 1 . .. ,,,n.,., ,W ,.,, ,,, ,,.,. .,....,. , m.,.,,.,A , 1101 . 1 5 , - . W 1 f Awe g 15 I 'Q 5 1 i 1 ,,,,, 3 Q ff, 2 5,1 T 34- 151 Q A . If 15' 5521, 57 lx 1,1 f 1 , M ? 5323 M E 5 53? s f 5 Q '- s 2 fax A ' E-W--M-wvfm-vww -.---v YMW,....,.....m.x.m.,.,M.1f1" S""-1--.-.f.....m.......w.1 ,.... ..,,,,,.1,,.,,,,,,,., ,, ,,,, W., 'J K-fw, 4 M, ,WM ,MMM ,.,, , ,,,,..,,,,,,,,m,,M,,n,,,,M,,,,,,,g '- 1 1 1 .,.,.. ,.,. , .., 1 ., ,.. , ,A ., i . Y , .. ,. .-. ,., , .-1 IXIINNIE HOFFIXIAN ALXVILDA HOLSAPPLE Chlinl Harrison Cliulwblesj Wzlsllingtcmll PI121' l'lIl'l'I'fIll1lf'XS l'0Ilfl'Ilfll1t'Ilf llly fI'l'I1A'Ill'l' vmzsisfs not of rubiffs lzrings. Illlll prarls, For zulzat 1Qo11l1l be l'0lllf5IIl'FIl wlilz my l1111111tif11l curls. MILDRED HQHLER QMilJ Huffman Yr! llII7'F I p1'11y1'fl 111111 prayfrl ln W11111 To l111-1111 my l1'1'ss1's bark again. ETHIQL HOSKET PAUL HOUSER fPunkJ Emerson CH0userD Harrison H0111 rlotlz the little xrlzool girl fl lllllf' 0'l'I0lxk boy 111 Il tzcffllzw lznpr-ow lzfr grozuhzg 111i1111', o'1Qlo1'k 1011111- ,l1111' sfarrlz lzrr lmolcs from front Io bark, lllorf kzzouflfzlge' flzfrf' to fi1111'. AUSTIN HOUGH CBudD XVhittier Tl1i11gs fmsl sl1o11l1l 1101 lu' IIIFII- 1111111111: ,J .vil1'11r 111011111 is 11111si1'al. 38 lf f 1. 4 I i, , , W i' rw,-w-Y,-4-sci.--vA.f,....,....f,,.,1 .,V. ,.,..,,.N,... H., , I 1 ', , 5 ll 'I I 1 s 2 l I i ! ll l ' li lp- l s 5 l l li 1 it Ag ' ,. i I I wif f I Z Ss 2' 1 K X -2 f' 2 ' 2 tp 1 5 ii? of g . l Z f 2 ' f f 'W MARY HUEFELIVIAN IVIARJORIE IRVIN Cllflaryl Allen Clllargiej Ruskin ds long as I tan a1111' will l'Fl'lfF, Sl1l',X iwry lzriylzt, fiery witty, This olzl 'world will keep going lllost folks say shox fiery prrtty. 'roaml all right. VIRGINIA HULTGREN CSnookieJ Cleveland Good times are 11ll tllat I F1111 swf Tlll'!'F,3' notlzina 111111'l1 tliat 7UOI'l'lFS me. EVERETT JEFFERSON DALE KALTER QLuddenD McKinley Qllulel Lincoln From the troiuzi of his lltflllll to the Spmk little if you fzuoula' br FS solo of his foot, lie ix all nzirtlz. I'f'Flllt'll' as II 1111111 of nlfrit. GLENNA JORDAN CGlennyD XfV2lSlIlIlgltOIl Doift you set' my l'tll'6'fl'6t' look? lt's btafllllif Iliff? tlll5Ulll'IlFIll my Latin book. 39 5 ' N. ' As E x I i 9 7 .f:.1,. ....5, 4,, ...S A,.q .,A, H ,hg . A a,.- .,:.A ,.,. , .,,,,. A,,, Q.', , .,,.,.,. ,,,1i,f. .,.., , :.?1 , A:,.. A,,A,. . LZS gq. V,,. ,12....,.Q A.,.,A A A f. if Q 'wwf' if . 92? A I 2 1 i ,x 5 1 z Q 4 5 T ls Y 2 3 i 2 i 1 i . U ,, M N w,M..-,,..v.,W,,,.,.w5 i 1 Q Vg ELIZABICTH KASTNER VVILLIANI KETTE CLizzicJ Ruskin CBi1IJ YVr1shingt0n Gone are my long lurks uflziflz the HUZU llllllpj' rd LF ilfffll Fifllff, ,,,f,-ry wjmi ,ijfl 511,141 5 If'ere father dear flzurzlzer awag Bobbra' hair is bf'ffer,11f lffnxi, 1 fllillk so. HAZEL KEAFAUVER fSallyl Franklin The gods be fllllllkfll for Ihr gift of song, ,ls 'well as Il flzuraftw' free ann' Xfl'071g. CHARLES KIES GLADYS KIRBY fSho1'tyJ lwcliinley CGladdieJ Sacred Heart IJIIIIIA' 11lisfl1if'f's subtle sfwzt, J llzzppy farvfref, bobbfff-lzrlirfzf Plzryzzwl him f'7'Fl'-1"'ZUll6'ff' he went. nmizlfn, Uvlzo finds fllflf smiles lmw alwajs paid. VIVIAN KING fliingl Belmont II710 lcnoius wlmt worllz-wlzile ilzouglzis hffr quiel exlerior lzidfs? 40 ""'f2"l' 77 35?C'I'?'?'??i?f?Ti?75'fm'f2fZ?f' ff 5""'L1F""'?'7' fm 73 '35 ??'T1f7W 'NV M,,..W.,A,,,.,,.. , ..,., , . I, ., ....,. h. ,,. W-, . .. Y G in 1, , ,,,. , f gr' J 2:3 1 iff. Z, 'ski "W V5 .- 1 fx 1 Q. 1 2 fi, .- ,. Q, 'iff Q? 'PAA 1 Q31 2 E 55 2 T , i 3 ?,...i,..... ,.,, ,H ,,,,, ,, , .. ,,,. , .X.N1 ....,..,,,,,, .MJ ,. . . LAXVRENCE KIRK L. KLOSTERIVIAN CRedJ Yvayne Township CLa1'1'yJ U. uf D. In 1Z7l'l'Hll1j' plmsure fr111z'f'lef1' 0'1'r, 'ALf1l'I"l"' ix ll boy so bold, .Jud ?llf6ff'1f the lllb0l'IIf0l'.1' floor. Thai ii f11k1'y 1JHt'l" fo get llilll told. ELSIE KLINE Clzmel Ruskin J lrzxs fllllf 111zc'11ys kno-zvx her lem 0 ns, IX 7U0l'fll.1' of 1111 IIUI' I1'111'l11'r's bless- 11115. LOUIS KRATZER .IOHN KRUEGER fLnuiJ Ruskin Hohlmrmyb Vzm Cleve There 1U11x ll fi1f1ll1f1', fair Illllf fit, Tall 111111 111111, 'zuiflz 11111 l1lo1111'1' H710 1011111 fi1l1H1f his icwzy flzro' II11' 1111113 fiery pit. H1".v 1'1111x1f11' 1111111-1' ll ff11pf11'r to stop Illlll xfflrf. RUSSELL KREIDER fRussJ Belmont The 1Ullj' hr j111sxe,s' fflllf' Il'ZUllj' fx riding ill his Fora' Coupe. 41 .. , .. . , . ,,7fAf , , ,.... , , ..-. , ,,,. A .,,.. .. ,., . ,.Q,E-55 2-' Sm ummm.. 15 1 g.,S,:,-..,,:: M--WA ,,,,, ., -,...L,,,:,1Z,n,., - 1. , r ---"' ,r -1- my-, ,, , ., :,.m..,.Q.,.f,, ...wx j,,. -..,, .mwmf M---W--Www-mm R---Y--A---'mmf h--,Xy1 v-E X as N s 'Q 3 5 r -3.-1.5. 3 ' ' f 4, wf M QS! , W i 1 ij . A, s If . A -s X695 3- 3? ,am 5551 45 ,jg Q rg, LN, 5 ,wh N, '36 I wi 1 3 W , 'iff x yy 2? s Aj KX,- Q 1 ?....,,-., , ..M..,,,, .-" 'wmv ....,A,N,..,W.,,h. H. , ,. ,..,,,M. , , , ,. hw w.,q'W1.fy w3:em52fm':m:4-'wlkav wx . nf H , x- .czafz ,wx 7 J HENRY KUNZELMAN FREDERICK LEICH CHeinieD VVashingt0n CFritzJ Galion, Ohiu HRX' our iwmzlfilf' zzllzlftf, Lffzlivs nn' but nmflzf to XCIIII, In r1'ff1'!! .vfmrt ln' does folllpfftf. ,Jud not to rouflz the 11111111 of IIIIIII. JOHN LAUX C-Inlj Huffman Slow but .vurfff SIIVFIDL' lzff always willy his point. ELIZABETH LEVVBER IVIARY LONG CLiZzieD Ruskin fSl'lO1'tj'J E. J. Brown - To .vw lzer ix to rmlizf' fha! 1Uo1111111'.v Canflor is flu' sfzuwtffsz' lxllllflll of rrozcvlizzg glory is llrr lmfr. woman. L. IJINDAMOOD CLindyJ llcliinley Iffllfll ilzis boy pf1.v.ve.v through the hall, He nzows like 'lasses in the fall. 42 ..-... -,.--V ., - ,..... ,... ......,. . , . ..,... ..,f,--.. ,,,,,,, ,... , 7.77- .- 3 ',:7- g -,X 5 1,112 ' 55 1 , z 52 1 A .- 1 V . , ., jg, , ,..,, 21- .,: ,Z .1 -.- 1,-.'.,,: x X 1 2 1 1 .1 ' 1 S L 1 11 , 5 . 5 1, rs: gg iii 1 I 1 f 11? I 6 1111 ' 1 '-I? z.: x N 3,1 1? 111 11 ! gfl ' ?X if ,:,S 'H Q51 1 1 ' S 531-1 111 Gs Q3 1, . ,Z 1 lf 2 f 'E 1 2 1- E 1 wwf-1. ,121 E 5 1 ' A S 1 Q 11, gg 'Im 1 c1....,,,.,,.,..1.11,1N,..1,.,,,11.,,.1--w.m...W,,,M1,,,,,f' M-. .-.M M, . , ,, , 1.,.,.,.-1 is RICHARD LUUTH CHARLICS LYNCH CDickD RIcKinlcy 1131155 Yun Clove To 1111 1111-15 11111 Il 11111y's lllllll 1x 11l', H111 1r11'1' 1111111 1111' '1C'0I'1I1,H 111' B111 11 lllIl7I,S lll'111I 1,1 115 1711011 111 br. .v11f11111'11 lllflllflj 111111 11111 f1'11o1Ux 1111 111f11r11 111111 111111 lsllfflf' 111 Il 1'rf11c111. DICK LOXVICS CDickD Van Cleve 111 7U0l'.ff 1'111111'.s' 111 -1Uo1'.v1, 11 ix 11.11 111 115 111 11111ke 11111 b1'y1 of 11. HAROLD 1X'ICADf1C1 IQSTHER IXIQCANULICSS fM2lC1 Frzlnklin 1DickJ wV2lS1l1I1g't1JI1 S1111, 1110r111, 111111 s1111'.v forgot, 1111- T111' 1'11o-11111'111f1' of f7I'l"f71lI't'Ii 111550111 1011111 111711 11,13 ' y1Z't',Y 11t'I' 1111' 110111 111 111' llIl'l'I'j'. If 1111111111111 1'1111'1' 1.1 111'111'11 1111111111 011 111g11. RUSSELL MQBRIDIC 1Russ1 Ruskin l'xl'01ll 111111111 10 IINNL' 1111 1111111 111.1 1011-11, So1111'111111's s11111'1'. .YI1IIll'f1llll'.V fflly. 42 ..,,,h,.,.,,.-., .,,, , ....,,M... ,,., .-.LM -..- -,.,,-.,?.,m,5,.3,v,,,r,.1:,Wy. V..,. .,.,,.,,,..,....,... A, . , , , , .. V ,,.. , 1? ..,,,,.,6.,,.,,. , Q , 'V ' . - ,, V 'f . -, Li, leg. fuel:ggg.2:vzfyfa:,z ' f 1 .- M ' , ,f . "QI 3 iw H3 ., ..... ,ZZNM vvrr F ,,,, 2.7, KYVV , V Qxr, W, v ,, , in -. , ,..., Luv, Q ,Jil v TNQ V I fl I K 1 E xl f 'EQ ig-' 5 lv 3. 42,3 I. 15 4 'i ' xii. ,fb ,A, , "K -w f W. H f,,. '5. ,. 24 i' i ii ' Us if I 1" if: H Sw ' 3 a L wr 3 . 9 3 if Q 4 1 2. ,...,,MWMMWM,M.,. ,Mwmuw ..Wm.,-o WW 'mf-WW.M,,,,,,..,,M.W.f,,,.,M,,.um.v...,,W,.M. .JJ , ,,,,M.,,,,,,A..,,,,m.n.,..F.,.,.,.w..... m.,,,,..,.,,..,N., ' 1.92: ,. . , , .. . . . ..... A .M.,,,,L,,,, .,.,., -. L6-'MM fwffuv- NW 'f' Y' N ' ima 1. 1. -f HENRY RIQKNIGHT LEAH IVIAIRSQN fHeinic-:J lVIcKinley CLeeD Emerson dn urtisfs way,9, nnrl rzrti5t's fare, She zloey ewryflzing guiflely and clnzl plfnffy of will to do and dare. does it wall. LAXVRENCE IWCNERNEY llVIickeyJ Sacred Heart Small in XfIlZ'IlfF, but fniflzful in work. DONALD MARSHALL CATHERINE NIARTIN fLc-gsj McKinley CKz1teD Ruskin Inzuginafiou lfrizzgs fo me .lust as happy and flzefrful as her ,alll the fun that there can be. lost name would inrlifate. To prow this, I mn slzow fl sign: l'1fr cows grazing on my Burke outline. JENNIE MARSHALL K-IennieD Waslmington Szzrfffsx is uttainm' only by lzarzl worle. 44 4 2351 1 ' V K L Q51-, V 4 .17 I ,,,, Y-rv . -. .f" 1 1 .J - -.Z,. y.. ..z1 , -' ' 'g - . . .. .fvwir--'m. -- . """""""" W. .f QA 1 x , ff Y . 1 V X Y f 0 , 1 1 wr 1. Z 5? 1 3 5 S , ff L 351 ff' 5 F4 I fi' 3 -ag 1 3 ,,,,f , 1 ij 1 ,fn I 1. 15.5.2 3 3 as M1 2 1 3 5 Lk E.v'-w--....-.....,.-...,-,.,+,'.....-..,,w.......,.....,,. ..,,...,.-S" H'-fAM,,....... M..,,.,..w,-4.,.Y,-.f...,-1.....1.,,...,.g.,,.,..,.-,17-'J r RN-1 NA. ..., s .,....... ,,..,... . . -. . ,,.,,,,W,5 f FRANK NIARTIN DICK INIATTIQRN CFrankD E. J. Brown CDickJ Cleveland Finzznve is his greatest hobby. H711 fs fl 1fII'f'f7't'L', Illlfffl-l', 11111, You n1fi'1fr We llilll looking sad. FORREST MARTIN KRQ-dj Garfield He belongs io 11111 Co-op ring, Hfffv !ll'ZUll.1'5 in on 1f1'1'r-Vflzizlg. RAY MATTERN HULDAH IXHCYICR fR:1yD Lincoln CTeddyD Ruskin Qnifk 115 Il winfr, l'FIll1j' Ill' llllllll, Young llllll foolislz 111111 fulf of 'fun Ififlz his big buss llflllll 1112 grnres the band. ALBERT MAYER CBudD Elnersun lfrigllf IIS flu' .VfIlI'X.J Yrs our Jlbfrt is Xllfll, 1 .fs CI1F.VI1I' says, he fllinks to ll1Ill'lI- 45 w, G ,...,.....1,.W-.w.,1 ..4,,W L , ,,,,,, v.V,.. A., I 1 .,., . ,N L .,,..,-,1 ,..M I , ,A .,,, .,,1...W., N ,f 'W-X f' S Xegf af 52,5 Q V . M 5 5 2 A i 31? I Z1 I yy 5 514, 511 5 i I I 2 i I If I I 512. 1 MQ - .A-. 1 V..,, M . 1 Q Q M, Ljf, l I1 1152: 1 If 3 .... 1' L...-..w.....,,....,..........,.,1. ,,. .. .Y ,,-,,,,..V,. A . .1 " , ,, .1 .. ,,,..Y, IAIVAYNIC KIILES fvVIlyIlCD Van Cleve OLIVIQ IXIUIY EAGLE 1N11nnyD Linc1Q1In .111x1 11'11 11111 if Illll 1111 riglzff Sill' 111111111X 111111 5111119 111111 111111 v I 111'1'11 10 be 10111 1111111 Ilflj' 111111 111111 X116 is l'11f'l'I'14Il1 111'zc'11y5 ll1g1If. CHRISTIAN MILLER CDustyD Patterson 111' ll11l'kS 1111' .v1'11001 111 1'z'1f1'y1l1111y, Q11111' 101111 1ll'l' 1117115125 111' 1101's .v1'11g. CIQCI L MON TGOINI IERY JO H N M ULFORD 1RcdJ Franklin C-Iolmnicl Lebanon, Ohm If 1111111 1111' b!'I1'Z'6' 111f.v1'1'1z'11 1111' fair, 1-rl1l1A'l' V0111' fPl'lll't" 1111111 1111 1118 T111'11 Il 111'111'1f 0111' 111511 IIIF 111111 11111 11111112-1'.v A'I'FfJ 11117111 11111111 5111'1'1y yn 1111fr1'. 1901' 111110 1'-1111 fJ1'1'.Y1l1jP 11111 -1AI11lIl 115' 'IUl1llf 111' .v1'1'x 111 1111' 51111 IVIILURICD MORRY , 1IXfIiID Huffman T100 f7t'l'1OIlX 111'1' 100 s111 ll-1' ,' 1'11 l'llf1Il'I' go 1101111f. 46 111 Il II 11 1 or . 1 , 'W . .-X1, . 11 1 X- 4 . :V i,,,,.,,.,,,,.N,,,, ., .W . , ,,,.,, , ,, Maxx Vg , ,., ..,..-.,, .. ,.- N.. V ,xx t T51 02 .. M1 21 ,5 ge 9333 7 6 1 2 3 wg W H . 1. X 1 P2245 A 1 ,L '52 K i 2 E 5 wt, 2 P , :,: fzvzi A . Q . .ii 'V ' ' SYLVIA MYERS GEORGE NIQXVLAND CSHJ Allen QDOCD VVZISIIUIQUJII Lllllgll 111111 Ihr world lllll-C1115 with Long lllllhl' his p1"1'11111111'11f YUK17'l'. you, So let 11x just follow the 161111- XVILLARD NEFF fliucnlyptusj l'il'Z1IlkliI1 H175 1111 t'Ill'IIt'.Yf sI111f1'11f of 11511-1111- 0I!I,1', U'l1i1'l1 k1'1'px him up 11116 quftv frffqllcwfly. ELSIE A. NIEHUS ARLOENE NOBLE Clerryf Emerson NVQ-nl YViIlm'd IJIYI-1', my Oflilliflll lr! Il1t'yi1'l'. l1f'11lfll I5 noi my fjfllllf I I1I!'l'IIll.1 lIll7'l' fllllff so I'I1 Sl'f1I'l'lI for flu Ulljfl-1'IIll'l1f 'ZUllit'1l l't'.1'll1fJ. ARTHUR NILL CANE Belmont 7wlIl'l't"S 11111111111 ill fl 111111113 my 1011111 you will, fl lllflll lllflj' lu' 1fI'l'flf, 1110111711 llfy 11111111' fx Fvfff. 47 11112 W. N 5 ,M ,,,,,., .,,,,,,,,,x,.,,, .1 ,mem . , ,,....,, ,,,,,.,,,,.,, ,,,,',,,,,,,,,L ,,,,,,, ,,,t,, ,,,,.,.,,...,,,, ..,,, ,, ., ....f...w.,m mm! ,!4,.,.,.1,,.,. .1-..w-- ...mf Q.-w-f-ww' 11- -Q1-v-1-W'-'ff'--'14'-If-'--1-wa 'X r ' x , X Q - 11 V 1 ZZ' ' , :,. 5 1, 1 W 45 51, i, , 1 ' 31 R 3 ' R li 3 F 7 2,,,,v,,m,,., V..,, ,,,,,,, LMT., ..V., L ,mxf:,.-.,.,...e-fjjXm"-E:-- '--- 1- ------ -,,:,.:,n..-,.,,, I XX-eww I 1, ff? 1,1 - ,--- W ,, , V,,- - ".,f IVV11 " ' ' GESINA NORDHOLT HARRY CTBRIEN CGussieJ Irving CHarryD Lincoln 17l1t'l'I'j'-lllllkillg is for 11112 1111 Irish 1111111 mrries his " Hr!" in The Ifllllflhtfif kim! of Il hohhy. his hand. J . HARRY NOYES fNoise3 Cleveland .-ls for HllI'f,l' hffs the same, Quin' fl11' opjmsitv to his IIKZIIZP. LOTTIIC OFFICE MARY QVERHOLZER CLeeJ Emerson Uerryl McKinley H1'r'1' 111111' there 111111 f'7'f'I'y'ZUlll'7'F. L1'f's sprefld joy: it is the smile, That Nlflh'PX 1211111 hour of life worth - xXVhilC. MARTHA CTROURKEJ C ivlilftl VVashing1t0n So .Y'lUf'l'f 111111' jureffy: 'f'li1' his 11 of uihirh lh1' fmffts off . ay. t11111's 'ZLl'If1'. - ' , 48 ,,,,,, R D :M 'milf 1 2: 2 2 i 1 gf. E g i 41 2 if Q -4 15 1 2 Qi E 2 5 ff 45 .0 F V: 1 'N qv l 2 5 , fl 5 . N- f X 1 4 N v . 1 vfffj 5 E Q K' f GORDON PARENT EILICICN PA'l"IxICRSON W cTLll'klAy'J Franklin 'QEIICUIU Pxlttcrsun IIvlIl'I't"f'l' 1 gm, I do xml t'IlI't'f. ,J wrry -Il0lllf'Xfjl' girl ix .sin If I 11111-v .wil fifkflx wllilff 1,111 'Ywz 111i.s'cl1if'A1'o11s ay xlzr mn bv. tlzere. t . ESTHER PARSONS fBunnyJ X'V2lSlliI1gf1lII .4 lzmfw of jfllll zvoulrl rn'-iw' lI!lf3f7t'I1 if it 'ZU6'I'FlI'f foolisll. FLORENCE PAUGH CLARA PFANUICR CBx'mvnieD Nlascm, Illinois ffloj IXIcKinley Glory, H11lI1'l11jz1l1.f YM, nm! flufn uguin, no! Iffv IIIOIIIXIIDY again! Ifvlmt .vlmll I .N'llj'.9 CLIFFORD PECKGLT Cljcckj Patterson ffrvx ll llllllffl' of grnli flllllf, Alflllouyfll 111' m'z'z'r lfrfzzys IIONII' fmllm. 49 'Qs 7 5 is 4, F 557 375 -1 "" ? ' 7M 'z 'T?f15'V ' ' ' 2 '11 2 fi :K ,111 M U. 1 ,- ,..-.,. .. .. 1 ,., ,. . .,.n . . . . f 0 ,.,f"'43 W 'M ' '5' 11?11mi1f1jm,wQKmm11.Ma..s1,.,.1mmixfmm. ff A-Q-....,..M.mM.1-M-M.L.,.....,...,,, ,.,.-,,,,,,,N..,,.,...1,,W,,,W.1.-,m, , ,,,W,W.,,,,, ,L..,w,.,M.,,1. ,,,,,,...,,..n...,,, Xf Rx ff 1 .1 z , 5 5 3 E 3 QQ 3 Q 1212 1 1 I 1 1:12 5 Qi f 4 .Z 1 1 ajf ig it IX' 11 E f 1 5 H "-V' 3 I 2 1 K "fi ' 3 1, Q 1 11 , v S 5:8 Y 1-'ff 1 if? Q 2 2 fd 3 11 4 ' ,Q 1 if 2 3 2 5 cr, fu: 3 115 i ,V , , wt: 1....... ...,., .. ,...-.,..M.. ....1,M...,.. ,wwf A-.WN ...WM.,,,,...,1,,..,,V,,-.,.., VW, , , ,m,W,,,,,,M, 1,4 f 1 IRENE PHIPPS CHARLES POTTER Cliczlniel Irving 111111 1111x1'1111f1'011.v t'vl'l AX111111' S111' 111101111115 11167 day. 1 CCharlie-D Franklin 111111 Xllflllj' ,1 111111 Ill1.S't'1l1l'f IHITU 111111 f1lt'llV, 15 l'l'11S1ll'Il by 11111 !lf'Xf 0f 1111111 ALFRED POTH QI-Iuckj Wzlshillgton H6111 s00111'r .v'11'i111 111 fl S1lflI1A11 nook, T111111 g11f111'r 1311010101106 from I1 00012 EMMA PRESS FLORENCE PRINZ CEmD Ruskin Clflossieb Lincoln For 511115 fl j011y g0011' f1f1101U, IIA' Har r11.v1'1111fy 111011111 111111 life fo IIII-1 f"Z'f'I'j1'Ol1F klIU7.US. p1I1'fLU. IRMA PREIBISCH C EI'I11C, X'VZlS111Ilg'tlJI1 III l1'11111 111111 111011'1fst .Y1IllfP11l'11j', D0l11 x111' 1'.v1'1'1. 50 :J 1 V: 5,'11:,.,:g3,-' ,I 5:01 , gl 'gfvgi ""' ': 1' '5,Zw'g1c"' 1' 4 4- - ,..,,1,,-T -- ,,............. 1.11.1 .....-.. .......,.... . .1-, -..,...... ..-., ..-, in 11 117, wr V 'FW Y My l if 1 , 4 2 1. Q, 1 gg! 1125 . ix sw . il , 1502 EE 'S -1 1' .1 '1 ll 1? I rf' Sffv 'E 5 1 1 , Mjflx., 1 1 1 1 ' ' 2 IQ-1' . :,, lj. 3 1.11 ..,, , if NIARIQN P UTIQRBAUGH H ERBICRT REAVICR 1'll111,1tsD Jackson 1Sl111rty1 Allen H12 1111111 Il 511111113 1Ill'l'k, rf11r11111 111 1111111,v1f ,v1111111 111111-1' 11111y1f11 Il 11111'11, 1ll1fj1l1Al' 11111111- Clllll 1110.11 bv lll1l1'kS 11,1 6111110 111111 are xeezzi? HAROLD RANDALL fllilllflilllb Cleveland HP 11117711-1' f"1'l'l' 111111111 ll .v11111111,' 111 .W11111111 1110111 111111 1113.1 11r01111111 RUTH RIKE SANIUEL RODGERS Cjnckiej Centerville 11931111 Van Cleve 1JF0f71F 111110 111'1'o111f11.v11 lllU.Vf 111111511 111' 1'1111n1.v 11111 l11ffl1'1UI1vl', V1-1'1'l' -1140111 the 161151 noisf. 1'11l'1', Y1111 .Vl'l', ,111 f1I'zUf1jl,Y 1111.9 11 ".xf1111'1'." CLAYTON RINDICRKNECHT CCurlyJ Fmnklin 17111' 111111 111111111 1x 1111 11-P11111 1111-111. 111s Iyflflf 1s 11111', 701' 11l'1'1ll, 11111 111 1111' 11111, 'ZUt"I'l' .v11r1' 111 1'111111', His 1111114 .v1111111s 1111, y11f11'1'1111'. 51 'Q "V,f '-" T5 .,:' i?1 ""? "', 1 "":'- if 2"W""'M"A"M"""'M"W"' A"' ' 'WW'N""""N.k M"""""w""M"""M"w""" 'WM fig! ' 1' 13 W N5 5 Q? gig? 1 . X2 m fi 'mm ,.A. li ' 1 5 AAAA 5 Q 1 A fx 1 1M,m,,w ,, ,K,AX,,, nm ,A ,,,,.,,,,.,,M,,,,,m,,f-'A ,.,.1,.M.M,,.,,.1,.,1..W,...m.Wf NM,-..,....K..,.,..,M,-W..w.v...,...,,........,...,.: V ' T' 1 " CHESTER RGGERS XVILLIAM RQSSITER CChz1ppieD Whitticx' CBillD U. of D. Let l1'111'111f1's 11111 me f1m11s11, for 1 If III-1' fPl'01Il1SPS fllll bring 10111f0rt, llppll 1110111 1101. By 11111111.11 111111 pronzise 1111yt1zi11g.' VELOY RUSS CVCCD New Hope 11 Sllllllf, g1f111111 11I11111.vp111fr1P 111111111111 fl'1l'lIf1j io 111111 -f!'0IlI fill' 111111 1161112 EVELYN ROST JULIUS RUTTENBERG CNikkyD Ruskin CCaesarD Emerson 1 only 115k 11101 for111111f 1121111 19111115 are .v1'1111bo1'1z flzings. ,1 1111111 IIIOIY 1111111 1 11111 sp1f1111. XVILLIAM RUEHL CGoldcnD Ruskin 111' ix Il 11112, so 61111111 11111, yay, H12 111'1f1s fo pass 111111 111111 111U11y. 52 .., .,.N,,..m-.,,.,,..,,...M,. M w..,....,....,-.,,-- ..,,, ,...-.N K.. N 4- -- - ff - - , :1 M, , if:-' f1,'f"'-' lg ,A-'IAM'-'Q' -M-Q . EQ M g !r Z E , I 3 '3 in , Q l ! 3 41:-0 L Al llll l l , l lag, l ly! L HM ,UWM-MMM W . - A m mkw i V-my an d A V - A- .- V . ...l - .,,, - 1, LUCY SHINGLEDECKER ALICE SHULTZ CT00tsD Fairview QAILIXJ YVz1sl1ingtun Somf .my this world ix nzzulf' for IIvll!lft'T't'I' fluff' is Io lvzrrzu, flmf fun and froliv. slzall I kno-w NUIIH' flfzy. Ufell, so do I. MABEL SCHNEBLY fSnebJ Emerson ffm' llllllll is ll bIl.Yfllllff lziifff, Ifvllffl' ideas grow amf fllrf-110. ISABELLE SCHWANENGEL PAUL SICITZ USU McKinley Cpluviusj Huffman In .vpitf of all the lwzrmffl lmiv mizl, Tlzrrw fm' nine mul Illllffj' 'ZUII-l',Y ul I still my old opinion keep. Ill't'UlIIf?llS11lllfl your lrlboryf Jud flu' lwxf of all is tlzix-l'rf'fw one PQU1' upon your lzviglzlffn-x. ELIWER SCHXVICLLICR CRedD Clcvelzmd If xlzu fzsliv, this lllI.Y'ZUt'I' Irll 'rrz llvv 1lo11't kllffll' rm Srlluwllw' frllrr. 53 1 ' 5 s 1 1 'A 545 fr: ..,, Z ,7,: - Va,,g,V,.-,.,,,.,,.,-A, Y ,H ,AW --N-VMn.,...,.,.,, , ,........ ,,,..-....,,..,.W.-.W.M.W,.-,-M..1.,....1...f,..,1.--.M..v... 1 if 'xi 5 Q 1 fi 1 1 1 ' 5 ' ,. 1 4E 51' S E 5 ,. 1 fx, - 1 1 ,iz , .MW .341 X , Z kai if 5 1 gli' I 151: 15 5 5 1 11 5 91 5 I 5 1 1 i...,....,1,,,.......,...,,.1.M1m...,,,,f"?Yx-m.,1m...1W.W,..W,,..,.. ,, 1 , ,. ,.., 1 , ,, , A, 1' - -". JESSICA SESSLAR ROBERT SHRQYER C Iessj Fairview COswaldJ Wzlslmilmgtcmrl Q,ll1l'f 111111 llIIl15.S'IllIl1lIy 111 1111 5116 ,111 QOUI1-100k1IIg 1111'11 are not 111 11n1"s. 11111 111f.v1'1'fs of J1'11bi11. PAUL S H EVVNIAN CPzu1lJ VVez1ver T111' 11111sy 1111111 is 1111U11ys ill 1116 right, For bU1.S'fi'l'0llS 10y1l' o'11111'1'o111fs llll' 711116. ABE SHUSTERMAN CHESTER SMITH CSh1n'tyJ Altoona, Pu- CChetJ E. J. Brown I 115' 11-11111 p1e11y111'1' b1'1'1111,v1' f71l'flSIll't' Ilvllfll 11111 IIIIIDVS of thy fI'FFfI'0IlI 11111 1111,v IXFIIXFIX to p11111s1'. SOPHIE SKILKEN CSUGD Patterson IX't'l'7l 111111 ob,v1'1'7'11111, ,-1 1fl7'l'1-1' 111110. 54 II ll 111b11r1f11', ywlll' 11,111 of 11111 11111'111'1111' 611115. 11- 1 X xaedgkiz, 451. ' 'vm,f11f'x-'?15l-'?if:3y.fE:Q,', an 1. f 'EV-'f"6Cf?4 1 Lf .1 Q. f...M..M.,,..,,M - W.. . .W...W.,.,M...,,,,- f,,,,-,,,. ,-., , . ..,.,,,m- , M ,Mm . , ,MW , .,... Ng , gig ziggy' W 1 Y s 1,5 f i s 1 , 1 . ,. fa-1 , , , , , , JULIA MKII I If HELEN SNR DI',R fSx11ittWD" Clvwlzuml CSnitzD XVnsl1ingtun ,1 15111 1 S11 1'11111'l1-1115' 1r111y11o111 ,lyk llll' 1111 ffll1'Sf1f1lIA', for I 1111111 to - 1'o111'1z-111111 11 1'11111v. 1611 fibs- K J RAY SMITH QRayJ Lincoln ,l111f"I'l',,Y foo 111111111 b1'1111fy 011 flliy wzrtlz for 11111111' lllf'lI lo 111'111'. RUTH SOLLENBERGER, W'AL'l'I5R STICI N ISR CPeggyJ Ruskin CStcvc'J Franklin 1 Fllllllflf 1'lIl'l'k 1111! y11'11y11 blllyll, 1 11111 7'1'1'-1' -1111111 of 11111 11111111-I 11151 1U-1' 1'r11o1' 1'o1111'x 111111 gn1'.s',' l111'11' 111'1111t!l, 1l11f11' 111'111'111'v1', 111611 I r1'1111r11 fo 111yfi11gw' tips, AZ'1'Z'1ll'1f,1', 111111, 11l1o1'1' 1111, fl11'11 ,11111 .m1111'li1111fs io my 110511. .v111'111111. ELIVIER STANSBERRY CPQQ YVGCD Flllllklill Few things are 1111po.vxi11I1f fo dili- gf'lll'l' 111111 skill. 55 L 1 1, .Q 1 .,z,.a,-gray: LJ,-::,.....-r-Y W-.1W-.-...-M11-'ff-T-1 -W , :1 .w-W-w-- M- A vw f--' --1 --MW"-----W-if-A 8, . , '-.X 1 ' 1 .E g F3 ' 51 f f s, s ' L' i 11 ' J' 1 5 1 , ,W p 3 . Q E SS, 1 gy 2 -rv-1 E Q 1 A-A" E 2 1331 ' 1. if S 1, N 1 5 1 a 11 ' 1 1 M 5 1 ' f 1 1 1 1 go 1 1 1 is 1 V 1? 4 fb 'fs 1 . - ai 1 2 E 1 1 ik A E? 252 f ' 1 95 11 ,,.. in -71 2 AK ,ik 11 W' 1 , , ,. TY , , , Q.. V-V A... ..-. Y, 1 ,wwf YM " 251 vw-1--'H -M-an -1-1 1 M- -----M-Y------ V W - -Y---w W wfn.-.--,-,M,-.-,v- .,...,..-.-.'....,,,....,....,.1..,,..,..,,......,,,...,.....1 j,,. NIANIICS STEPHENSUN ROSE STOOLNIAN Climb Lincoln CTwinnie No. ID Emerson "Hr 'ZUf'l'Fl1,1 110 51111112 but 111 j1'11g- Heros I1I'05l' 111111 is 11of only 1'1'11,- 111e11t, but 10611-1'1f1111'. 1'11 fllll 711,17 111111111 1111111 Jim." PEARL STOULRQAN CTwinnie No. 23 Emerson '21 llIt'l'l'1llll11 lllllll, 311121111111 goo111y pF1lI'1S, 1111111 1oo1' no f11rz'111'r.', RIABEL STOUT NIARTHA SULLIVAN CMz1l1sD Ruskin CPz1ttyJ Springfield, Ohio SI111111' 111111 11111 x111' ll10'I'1'X t111'o11y11 H1115 1111 Il 1111151111111 io l'l1l'!'-17 about 1111 111111, 111111 I 1uo11111 llllll'11 sooner go with The q111'1f11 of Il t11ous111111 gr11c1's. our. YVILLIANI STRAUKAIVIP CBil1D St. Johns 11111111111 klI01US, 111111 knows 111' kzzows, B111 Jofszft 5110111 if as he goes. 56 1 1 1 4 ' 1 Y -5,15 Y 1' ,,.,...,.....,..G........-..,..,-......m.,,..H,,..........,,. ., ,............, . ,. . f NN ff' ' ' 7 'S-1 35 K x 1 ,SZ ,,,.. , Mi! 1 , v 5 az .. . 1,5 f 51 ' s Yu-,QQ 1 M1 W' , fi 11? :iff 1, 4 -Q23 fi 2 fx, 1 1 is 1 E gg,- ,AM 1 . Ei W 1? V 5' JAMES SUNDERLAND ARTHUR THORNHERRY Climl BTOWI1 QA1-ry Patrei-Sfm 11711111 101111 11111 g1r1s 111' is 501116 1.11 11111311 .v1op 111111 1101156 1116 5118115 ,' gffmy, Tllfnl' 1111 fIl11 11111'11, 10116771 1111'y IIFIII' 11111111 I 11111 111 tllfj 1101156 0-1'S1llIS. 111111 speak. ELIZABETH TEETER QBCUYJ Edison S1112 is 1111 wry f'jSt'llCF of 11f'111111ss. Co111b111r11 101111 joy 111111 .v'w1'1'1111's.v. EDVVARD TRANGENSTEIN FRANCIS UNZICKER flfddiel Ruskin 1UnZicD XVHS1'.iI1gt11ll B"1U11U1f 111 Sflll1,1'. frm? from G11'1x flfl' 1111 1151111 10 11l1llk 11110111 51111716 11'111'11 Xllrltt' 201111111 -Yfllll' 11611, P11111 of QOOIII 11111'er, 115 1111 11131 of 13111 11's 10111 10 keep 11111 111111115 0111 1115 mime. 11111011 you 1r1111111 1111111 1116 1111111. PAULINE TROXEL CPnulieD Garfield S0 f'-14'1.1lb1l'lIf 111111 -1vUl'l'l'fll1 111 f"Z't'7'j'- 11111111 111111 .v111' 1ll111t'I'fflkt'.S'. 57 1 ,X 1111 . 1 ew -ew L 1 0 ,Z fa igvv 1 5 1 + 1 v ' ff 3 ,fi 5 5:13 11 1 1. Q 1 ai My 5 ,,,,, , sez S ,, .,, ,Q , , 1 :TE , . , . we N . 6541 My 1 m.......,,N'x 1 f Le 11. 1' g wi 1 1 Z E 1. i 515 1 ap? 1 1115 1 ..b.,..M .,,n,N,.1,,,,,....,.i ANNA VALIQNSKY STEXVART XVALLACE CAnneJ Patterson CStew1 Van Cleve Si111f1111'it-1' of l'1lI1I'lll'fl'!' ix no 11111- Stew 1111111'.v 11111 b11111'11 jfl'0III St'l'f10II 111'11111'P to Sllb11llI1fY1' of Ilzouglzf. 111111, 111111 111715 1111111 11111111 111 fight Ol' fun. GRACE VALENTINE ljimmiej Huffman 1YUI1l1lI!f 1111 0111711 is 111o1'1' 1110111' In my 111'111'f, ywllllll to 1'1'1'111'e 1If'llIlI'j' 111 u'o1'k.v of IlI'1. FRANK NVALTER THORA YVALTENIATH fFI'21I1k1 Clevelzmd Crlihunderl Washingt1'1n Seek not for 11111 '1.Il'Z'0I' of TUQIIIFII,-' Lryzw jg ll d1,Vf'1Ij'F-bllf, pllfpr up! S11 5111111 you 41111111 it i1111ee11. Tlzere is 1111f11i11g t'1lI'0II1t' 11110111 if. R UT H XVA LT H E R Czeekj Patterson 011, for ll 1111112 f1111! I just 111111 111111 witlmut it. 58 is 4 1 1 Y 11 1 , 1 W Qu 1--L ff Mar fi , 2' 5 5 N v A , V V , 1, , A ,',. 1 - M f,- lrvv h if Zq. Af,' 'gf MARGUERITIC WASSER NURVAI, NVISLCH fliargl lWcKinley CNonnicJ YV:1sl1ington To Sflllly llllll to get rzlzwrd-11 Drnff bollzrr una' lfvhy t'lllI'l' you In this my pl4'YlA'llI'f' lim. ' see, if J fm just ny busy 115 I mn bu' f Q x, 4, KATHl2YiN XVEBICR lKa'y'D Cleveland Tlfe1'e'.v Il rruzwly for l'7't'!'j'flljlI!j, fhwrjwl l'llIktlfi'Z't'IIt'XS. GUSTAVE WELSH DORIS XVICTZEL CGUSD Phillippines fllqdcl XVZlSIlil1gjfllI1 He lmds Ihv SFFUIIII .wffiozl llunfll, E-N11 will: all hu' 111i,w'l1ir'f, ,Jud none mu .my he Illfkj' the Siu' mn ln' Xf'7'iUll3'- puuflz. RUTH VVICRTZ fDiz2yJ VVrlsl1ingtm1 fm 'UPI'-1' wisff, yr! -zwjr shy, ,Sfif'l'iIlHj' ivlzrn flu' boys pzm' by- 59 ,.,. .. .ST f 9.1-1.-.,1,l,,.V M ,...,...,-,wwr -V , ,-,,,,mL:W-,- ff.. , ,f ., .,,,,,...m.,,.,.W.,v..w.,... ..m..,..,,,.m...m.................,,........,f,.igE 1 I Eli 1 5 ff?" 552-5' 1 1 E "'f""'1 1 1 I 3 51 if l 1. 1 1 . 1 1 JE 1-ff' 'l-f - .:L.-....C,,,..,l.,.......,,Qg4v"' W----V f .-,,.,...,:,-,UT ,.,,...-J, f---'I X"'N-wrd , ,, ff-f,51.,:1 , 1" " ' -' wwvw-'21-2,.V:-Q Qs- ::Q.w.'A-fi.:-M, M 111 4 V. .1 -' " - -Niki: f 1142212211 'W ' " FLORENCE XVETZEL SUSAN XVINE Clfloptliyl Franklin QSUQD Ruskin I'll just href: on smiling, f',t'l1 Ilvtxfl' glazl thvrff is no law Ilg1llII.1'f though l lllll sinall: l1111'i11gfx111'l1 siciert lf'i111' as Susan. 7wl1l'I'6"5 no one i11 this wi11'P, zuizle 'zcforla' ran push 11111 to the wall. CORA XVHEELER lTc'dl Edison Thr IIUUII I fraziff ix of little 1natt1'r, I 'want only p12r111ix.vio11 to fhatter. HARRIET XVOLFE RTARION VVYKQFF CBonnetD Franklin CGol1lulerD Franklin Cmnff on! Lets fhasz' the gloom If you want to finzl something thafs away pretty had, flnzl let as all he bright 111121 gay. .last try to solifit a fall page ad. LUCILLE YVOODARD llmul Lincoln Life hath no a'i1n or lowly spot That 1111111 not in her' s1111xhi11f slzarf. 60 WJ. -1 . . 11. .. ., . . ,H.,L:vM UA ' Jaw U IAQ , I . E 1 111 if gi: :V 15' 321 ,N ,.a, S E12 Q1, 1514 1 , 213 ' if 11 ,E A 1 15 1' 1 1 1 3 gf 1 11 f . 3 , 'f 1 11 ? ' 5 I -X rf, -, . . 1 , ! E Q ,My ,.A,. 1 -1'A. BALLARD YATES DAVID YUUNGIWAN C-Iilwlwyj Huffman illzlw-1 XVllS1l1l1Qtf1l1 111 1111111 111111117 f1'11f1111.v, 1111 1'11f11111's Bvflllllff 1111-1'111 111111 I1 1'1'1111-1' -11111, 1111111 1117, U111111111 x11111'1'1'11' 111 1f11'1',' 1-11111 f'7't'I'j' 1111111 1111111 srek 1113 L'0lll- 11111 111111111 I'Ul11l1ll'Il 111111 up Il 1111 fllllly. 111111 111111,x'1'11 111111 up ll 11111. 1 31 16 5 11. 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Harold , Caniff, llfliltongi, Cannon, Claude Cohen, Ralph Confer, Leonard Cox, Emerson Cox, Joseph Cramer, lVIarthalon Crosley, Clifford Cussick, Harold Cussick, Herbert Dalton, Florence Davis, Hilda Davey, Kathrine Dellinger, Howard Deutsch, Rose Dilg, lVlJargaret Dilg, lVIarjorie Doody, Francis Dickerstein, Sam Dyer, Lucille lfckert, Alfie Elliott, lwarianna lilliot, Ralph lfnglish, Horace lfnsar, Howard liverhart, Uavelle lfenelon, Clara Finke, Suzanna Fisher, Laverne Fitzgerald, Fred Flegel, David Floridis, Gregory Folkerth, Dale Foster, Charles Foster, Kathryn Franz, Helen Fulcher, Roland Gahler, John Garard, May Garwood, john Glaser, lllarguerite Glick, Ellen Graeter, Paul Graves, Olive Green, Carlisle Green, Sallie Griswold, Florence Guie, Stanley Haag, Martiri Haley, Clarice Hanaghan, Ralph Hall, Rohert Haller, Sid Harr, George Haugh, Oscar Hawkins, George Hay, Amanda Heinrich, Will111r Henderson, lllaritia Herhruck, Virginia llerman, Charles llessler, Charles llild, Lillian llollander, Selma ilofferherth, Alvin Hoover, lltlargaret Hough, liula Bell lloward, George lllllflllllilll, Mildred lsrael, Alieronie johnson, Frank jones, Ruhy sludy, lrvin Kain, -Iaines Kaplan, Roy Kaplan, Sarah Kellar, Naoiui Kelly, Howard Kemper, Rohert Kennel, Louise Kenton, liyelyn Kern, lfdgar Kessler, Pilerial Kimmerle, laevina King, Clara King, Claudine Kinzig, Harold Klausmeier, ll'larga Koch, lVendell Kopf, Carl Kornman, lVilhur Krehs, Herman Kunz, Barl Krehhiel, Isabelle Kuhr, Sarah Ladd. Rohert LaFollette, lfrancis Lake, Blizaheth Larimore, Loyse Lauterhach, Nlary Layton, Luella Lee, Ralph Lehman, Devona Lester, Vane Linu, lllargaret Long, 'lihomas G9 ,.... . 5 , lt. f if 0 f I f'-Y LIIZIOTI-Cofzfffzfzcnl Lowe, Gordan Lins, Anna Lively, lllerile lVIartin, john lVIatusoff, Leon lwasters, 'llheodora lVlcAdoo, lVlary lllcliride, Dean lVIcCullough, Clara lVlcDaniel, Homer NlcDermott, john lVIcEnheimer, Grace lVIcKinney, Violeta llfladden, Esther Mzrbler, Ruth Nlann, Freda lVIayer, Mildrecl lVIeck, Adrienne llflehaffie, Mabel Merrrit, Elmer Meyfer, Alice lldeyer, Clara lVIeyer, John lVIiller, Harlan llfliller, Lillian Nlinogue, Abbie Moffit, Stella lldoon, Paul Monalian, Clara Morrisoxm, Charles Morrison, Fred Murrziy, Perry llflurray, Violet Must, Burton Myfers, Louise Nagli, Charles Ogborn, Dwight Olt, Williani O'Ryan, Florence Usborn, Robert Oscberwitz, Freda Otto, Ray Palmer, bflartin Parnell, Kenneth Patterson, Laura Patricoff, Jacob Peck, Aaron Peters, Bernard Perry, Fay Phillip, Hazel Raffel, Paul Rabi-er, blildred Ramby, Edwin Ramby, Seymour Racey, Virgil Rau, ,lack Reinick, Robert Reinmueller, Ernest Rhein, llflagdalene Richter, Harry Roehm, Eldron Roehm, Helen Rodgers, Virgil Rounds, Clearance Ross, Phyllis Russell, Trene Sammons, Daniel Sandmel, Sarah Shantz, Frederick Schear, Rose Schiml, Dorothy Schiml, Samuel Schmidt, Charles Schneider, Edward Schreiber, Mzrx Schultz, lVIelvin Schultz, Pauline Schwinn, Elmer Scott, VVilliam Sebold, Sylvia Sheeley, Fred Sherman, Lorna Shields, Howard Shutts, Bernice Sigritz, Gustave Slanlcer, Thomas Smiley, Strand Smith, Leona Smith, Gayle Smith, Nettie lVIay Sims, Ella Snyder, Gladys Snyder, Harry Snyder, Helen Spriggs, Carl Staehlin, Ralph Stachler, Robert Stansberry, Roth Steiner. Herbert Stengel, Agatha Stewart, Howard Stickel, Edwin Stoner, klosephine Stichweh, Chester Stiles, Kenneth Strahler, Clytie Stuck, blary Supenski, George Supenski, joseph Swartz, Ruth Sullivan, Ray Teas, llargaret 'l1endlar, Rose 'llhase, Dorothy Tidd, Emmett 'l'iedt, Gordon Tinnerman, lllarie 'l'olley, Virginia 'llruscott, Albert Van Scoyk, Elizabe Yogle, Lillian lValker, Adam YValters, Leroy lfVarner. 'llhomas VVestfall, Elizabeth lVhite, Louis lVhitman, Ester Vlfhitman, George lVieland, Sylvan lVeprinsl:y, Abram lVetzel, George lVhitacre, Arthur YVorst. Richard lVright, Ester Yates, Theodore Yeuger, Joseph Youngman. Clyde Zappin, lllorris Zartban, 'llhehna Zimmerman, Glenn th a 71 1 s i L y 1 w 72 0-C910 lllIj0l'.S' Bailes, Ceeil Craig, Paul Glaser, Joseph Christ Gregg, Burton Happle, VV1n. Harnish, Elwood Hartman, Edward lllatson, Frank hiTeCandless, Homer Barth, Edward Beekman, john Bozenhard, Charles Rostwieh, Edward Brewer, Edward De Long, Stewart Dungan, Floyd Geisler, Louis Harvey, Houston Heinmert, lllauriee Svrffofz I Nartker, Leo Otto, Elmer Penn, Yvilliard Poth, Alfred Reinieke, Theodore Roehin, Eldron Rohr, Carl Roth, Rohert Sanders, Paul Ser'f1'011 l I House, George Keller, Laurence lrloehwalt, 'liheron Hyll, Louis Kindle, lrvin Kenney, Charles Lang, Henry Loy, Elmer Neff, Paul Notz, lVilliani eds Schneider, lfred Slamlw, lVorrel Stahl, lVilliam Stimson, I-larry Tyler, Russell lvenger, lviley XVL'I'IlCI', Calyin Zepeiniek, Alfred Puthoff, Joseph Riehards, hlelvin Sakosliy, George Tyler, Russell Yike, Edward Zimmerman, Rohert VVerlcowitZ, John Diehl, hlildred Siguion, Alvin Hough, Blames 73 vii' Jlfemofy 0 bifdboocz' 66 EXVS must leave the town within twenty-four hours." Like a thunderbolt this order struck the jewish families of G' whose ancestors, as early as the six- teenth century, have made in this part of Lithuania their homes. But the Cossacks, badly defeated by the Germans, were merciless, and the order was executed with the utmost cruelty. That jews are spies, that jews are traitors, was a by- word among the ignorant Cossacks. The Jews must therefore leave. If they object, they will be shot down like the dogs that they are. Contemptuous of the fact that the population of the small Jewish town consisted chiefly of old men, women, and children, for the young and middle aged were torn away from their homes to defend that very Tsar who was now so mercilessly exiling those who remained. the Cossacks firmly insisted that the jews leave. Exposed to the midsummer heat, a long line of broken-down old men, crying women, and children of tender age, intermixed with wounded and bleeding soldiers, was dragging slowly and wearily on the uneven road leading from G. to R. It was in the summer of WIS. And l also, then a boy of eight, was stumbling along by my motherls side on the dusty road. l was as yet ignorant of the tragedy of a homeless nation. But l was bothered greatly by the all but unbearable heat and by the occasional explosion of a shell, for the Germans were advancing, driving before them the madly fleeing and totally demoralized Russians. In fact the Germans were advancing so rapidly that bullets began to whiz by un- comfortably close- A little village that was passed burst into flames. It was set on fire by the Russians who wished to offer no shelter to the advancing Germans. A bullet found lodging in the heart of a baby carried by its mother. Driven to insanity by the death of her child, the mother sat down in the middle of the road, saying that there where her only child had died, she would await her own death. The crowd was getting panicky, and it paid litlte attention to that mother, for more and more deadly missiles sped by. The pace was markedly increased. Screams of terrorized children and the groans of the wounded accompanied the devilish sing-song of the death- carrying messengers. The exiles approached a river. The bridge had been torn down, and no shallow could be located. The banks of the river afforded the only shelter from the ever-increasing number of bullets. And although the fugitives were at first pressed for room by the retreating Russians, still through they intercession of some humane officers, the fugitives were left to shift for themselves. The sun was setting, casting its final rays on the river, giving the water a crimson and ominous appearance. 74 lt was learned from soldiers that the Germans were solidly advancing while the Russians were giving way. hleanwhile the Russians began to "dig in" for trenches- The battle began to rage furiously, and thus a night full of terrors set in. It is difficult to be detailed. All the horrors seein to blend into one. Still I can recall some incidents. l can recall the death of an old Jewish man shot down by a soldier who accused him of spying. The man's son, a soldier in the Russian army, who through a strange coincidence chanced to be in that neighborhood, although he rusl ed up to the help of his father, was too late to save his life. ln despair he slew his father's murderer. He in turn was shot down by a corporal for taking the law in his own hands. I can recall the terrible scenes enacted at a crudely improvised hospital, where the supply of anaesthetics failed, for a shell destroyed the container. l can recall the look of agony and the groans of despair of a young soldier whose leg was zuuputated while he was conscious. It was a starless night, lighted only hy the burning peasants' shacks, by the red fires of the oxploding shells, by the many colored rockets, and by the fires of the distant field kitchens. The occasional glimpses offered by the fires opened on a scene of indescribable misery, on a scene where all the beastly and cruel instincts of man burst forth in all their ugliness- But what can be expected? 'lihat is war. That is the amiable means of settling disputes in our most enlightened and civilized twentieth century. lVIorning found the Russians in very much the same position. As to the fugitives who were cruelly expelled from their homes, only half remained alive. Those who died, gave up their souls, praying to the One above. hleanwhile transportation across the river was afforded to the few who remained alive. That night of horror was a fitting preface to years of untold misery and privation. As to my own family, we also wandered all over Russia, until, in the beginning of 1921, we landed in this haven of liberty and freedom. -Uvfflizlnz IIIYIIIIIF. 75 . 5, X 1 Q- A f Q7 ., A lf? 4, 560 ,Jeff iwf ,:: ' ' , ' S . ' J 'z , 2 4 .,:5 ,A-U14 :,.1-Vg 1- Q, Qvi W, ESX 'Z 1,'s215! -px: a 1,2 .,, ,Y f 1 1 M ,, WW ,.....,-..W..w,....,.. x t 3 ., 335: , W 34" . , 4, ,,.h.N..V:x, LW! Y , V' , :Z Q 353 Q " Q , ,, V455 'P 532 A,, ,L 1i A ,,,.,h 'SZ D I r f , 4 I , 7 5 . Ml 1 E mf? 5. ? 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Schmeiser, Anna Schultz, Ray Schuman, Raechel Schwinn, Arthur Semler, Shantz, Thelma Henry Shear, Tillie Shelly, Howard Sherman, Gertrude Shephard, Orville Sherwood, Edna Shilt, Elmore Sh royer Shultz, Smith, Smith, Smith, Snider, Snider, Snider, Snider, , lVIary Emmett Harvey Kenneth Rosamond Charles Joe John Merle Snider, Ray Snyder, Dorothy Somers, hflarguerite Somerhalter, Annette Sortman, Don Sortman, Louis Spahr, lVIildred Sparks, Williilr' Spivey, Violet Springer, Ellsworth Stahner, Ramona Starry, Emily Stater, George Stauble, Gladys Steherf, Rosamond Stein, Dorothy Steiner, Alma Steiner, hlelvin Strahler, Ellen Strawbridge, lklary Strayer, Helen Strickle, Doris Strobach, Otto Strobel, Carl Stoolman, Ethel Stutz, La Vena Swain, llflargaret Swanger, Thelma Tapper, Ralph Taylor, Verle Tegenkamp, Elmer Thoelking, Esther Tiedt, Carline Tonnis, Bertha Travis, lVIarie Treshman, Helen Trick, Norman 'llroutman, Catherine Udisky, Beatrice Valensky, Violet Varvel, Flora Vickers, Eva Voehringer, Edward Von Deran, .lolm Xvagner, llaryey W7agner, lVilliam VValdren, Francis lValtemath, Beulah lValter, Ellsworth lValter, Flora VVasser, Charles lfVeichert, Ellis lVeinstein, lkleyer lVells, Virgil lVerner, hlary Yvest, .lolm XVest, Ruth VVeyrick, Charles lVhite, Larry XVhite, lfVilliam XVigal, john VVilhelm, Donald VVilliams, lsabel Yvilloweit, Herbert XVine, Grace lyinget, Frank lVingirter, llvlary lfVinters. Nelson lvise, Helen YVooley, Ernest lVrig1ht, Claude Yvierstle lohn Zehring, Dorothy Zieginhein, Albert Zimmerle, Paul Zimmerman, Charles Zing, Ralph Zinn, Richard 87 were Qjivfzools O Greek schools differ from American? ln a great many ways they do. For instance, every Greek parent has to pay a certain sum of money in order to enter his children into any school. Separate schools for boys and girls are built if it is possible. The school is open for nine months. A pupil has to attend school six days out of a week, with a half day off, given usually on Thursday. The school starts at eight in the morning and it lasts till four, with two hours between twelve and two for lunch. Probably the greatest difference between the two schools is in the selection of a high school course. Every Greek student is required to follow the course arranged for him by the national bureau of education- A day's fork is divided into six periods, with five minutes intermission, and about fifty-five minutes to a period. Once in three months, or any time that the teacher chooses, a pupil may recite, sometimes as long as one whole period. The reports are given out every threeanonths. Some of the high school subjects are: Ancient Greek-two periods every day for five years, French-one period, twice a week for four yearsg Latin-same as French: mathematics talgebra, plane and solid geometry, trigonometry, etc.j-one period, twice a week for one year each: science Canthropology, chemistry, physics, etc.J-same as mathematicsg one year of Biblical study: three years of arty history Qancient and modern Greek, Roman, modern European, Mythology, etc.l-one year each, two periods a week. This gives an idea of how hard a Greek student has to study, with not more than three study periods for a whole week. At the end of every year a general examination is given on every subject for all the year's work. There are no monthly tests, but this final one is hard enough to scare anybody. About springtime almost every subject is finished, then the last one or two months are used for a thorough review of every subject that was taken that year. As to athletics, while English football is played, yet baseball and basketball are still unknown. There is a great variety of footrace games. Sometimes, if the weather was good, surprise announcements would come around the classes and in a minute the building would be filled with an uproar of joyful cries, for everybody was off for the country to enjoy the rest of the day. First of May is always celebrated in Greece, and all students go out in the country at dawn before sunrise. Such is the Greek school. -Gregory Floridis "25." 88 -P ' 52,0313 2 7 lk I If T Gmzclz, Hurry CMGUQEZHZ 1 x , A- " , i r"?',if "ff 1 I Z! I Yxlf J X X. is the tutor of championship teams. teaches full well, so it certainly seems and his men down every strong foeg , to the top offame's ladder will go. 89 Qin! 91 Qfclvedzzley FQGTBALL TRACK Stivers .... 37 Aquinas, Columbus --- 0 April ..... Stivers at Ohio State Relays Stivers u... 9 Bluffton ............ 3 April ........... Stivers at Richmond Stivers .... 13 Trades High, Columbus 0 lXfIay ............ Stivers at Hamilton Stivers .... 0 Hamilton- ........... 0 lVIay ..,............ Stivers at Troy Stivers .... 9 Springfield' ...,...... 0 May Stivers at lVIiami Tri-State lhleet Stivers .... -ill Doane Academy ....,. U lhlay .... Stivers at Ohio State Finals Stivers--..- 9 lVIiddletown --------- O Stivers .... 16 East High, Cincinnati-- 0 Stivers ---- 31 Bloom High, Chicago-- 0 Stivers -.-. 3 Steele .------------- 0 Stivers --.- IO lXilaury High, Norfolk-- O BASKETBALL BASEBALL Stivers ---- 26 Greenfield ------ ---13 April --- .----- Stivers vs Richmond Stivers ---- 23 Alumni ----.-.------ 22 April --- ---.--- Stivers vs Troy Stivers ---- lo East High Columbus---15 April --- ---- Stivers at Fairview Stivers ---- 29 Mt. Healthy -------- 21 April --- -----.-- Stivers vs. Celina Stivers ---- 30 Sidney --------- --- 9 Nlay --- ----- Stivers at St. Xaviers Sitivers ---- 30 Cambridge -- ---18 May --.--- Stivers at Cincinnati East Stivers ---- 25 Bloraine -.-- --- 8 lwfay --- -----.-- Stivers at lldoraine Stivers -,-- 27 lVIiddletown --- --- 7 May .--.- ---- S tivers vs St. Xaviers Stivers ---- Q Steele ---.--- ---22 May ----- ----- S tivers vs. Steele Stivers ---- 22 Springfield -- ---16 May' ---- ----- S tivers at Celina Stivers ---- 48 Norwood -- ---- Z1 May --- -..--- Stivers vs Fairview Stivers ---- 21 Hamilton -- ----- 20 May --------- Stivers vs Middletowvn Stivers ---- l-l- Steele -------------.- 15 lNIay ----- ---------- S tivers at Troy Stivers ---- 34 Roosevelt ----------- ll May --- ----.-- Stivers vs Steele Stivers ---- 31 lhlale High, Louisville-28 June --- ----- Stivers vs Roosevelt Stivers --.- 30 St. Xaviers ---------- 14 June --- --------- Stivers vs Steele Stivers ---- 32 Faculty ------------- 17 june --- ---- Stivers at Middletowvn Disirift Tourlizlnzent 'lime --- -.---- Stlvers VS Parker Stivers ---- I9 Roosevelt ------ --- -l Stivers ---. l-l Steele --------- --- 9 Stivers ---- 16 U. of D. Preps.--- --- 7 Stivers ---- 35 Springfield ---- ---17 Slate Tournament Stivers----15 Rayen, Youngstown ---H Stivers ---- 33 Kenton --,-,,-.,.,-, 15 Stivers ---- 43 lVIarietta -------,,,,- 20 Stivers ---- 30 East High, Columbus--16 001 fa!! Review H, the sad outlook at the opening of school for Stivers adherents. A new coach was in charge of the building of our football team. lt was a difficult job to build a substantial structure with no very promising material and only one veteran back from the squad of the preceding year. Hard toil, very hard toil, loomed ahead of the young coach and his green charges. VVonder of wonders, game after game was played, team after team was downed, and victory after victory was annexed. The green coach with only green material had developed a combination that was the equal of the best in the nation. One machine only that faced the Grange and Black played a game that approached the high standard of play that our boys had displayed upon all occasions. This team was Hamilton, who not only outweighed us, but had the advantage of playing upon her home field- ln spite of our high speed, and speed was the leading factor in the Stivers offense and defense, our warriors could receive no better than a scoreless tie at the end of the four periods of real fight. The committee that awarded the Rfliami trophy evidently considered the Stivers team superior to the Butler county eleven for they voted the cup to Stivers for the second successive year by the vote of four to one. Stivers and Hamilton were the only teams seriously considered. Thanksgiving day drew near. The interest displayed in the Steele-Stivers fray was of stupendous proportions. Not only the whole city, county and state were eagerly awaiting the outcome, but high school circles all over the nation had their ears peeled to receive the results as soon as possible- The day of battle dawned. Rain, rain, rainl Stivers hearts sank. The field was a veritable sea of mud. Yet the crowd at the game was a record breaker. Steele had the weight. Stivers had speed and shifts, of little use on a wet field. VVhether or not the lklain street crowd are more religious than we are is undeterminedg but it is a fact that our prayers for a dry field were unheard, while those of our rivals for a wet gridiron, were more than answered. Stivers had forgotten how it felt to possess the city crown for football supremacy. But we stepped forth to battle and battle as we never had before, keeping in mind Mr. lVleck's statement, "All the greater glory is to be gained by winning in spite of adversity." At the close of the game it was a glorious feeling to know that we were the city champs by virtue of the fact that we held the long end of an 8 to 6 count. XVe had stood in a cold, dreary downpour throughout the whole game. XrVhen Steele scored. our spirits were as damp as our clothes. The mass of human sponges on the side lines who aided by encouragement, should be patted on the back and have those customary words of cheer breathed in their ears, "Nice game, old boy for girll, let's go wash off the mud." The end of the season carrie and Stivers, with the annexing of the football crown, held the championship in all local sports. Qui' football stars were sent on a pleasure trip. The whole historic east was covered- lVashington was raided, and, combining business with pleasure, the strong Norfolk eleven met defeat at the hands of our men by the score of l0 to 0. The coast' team held the championship of three states and this victory was a fine additional block upon which to base our claim to the national title. At this time Scott High, of Toledo, our foremost rival for the national laurels refused to meet us. The real possessor of the title for national supremacy will never be determined, though our claim is as good as any other beyond doubt. XVe'll get Scott next year. VVait patiently, folks. wait patiently. -Conlon Parent "2-l" 93 -7 rx . YM? r :ffm A E5 A '4J""-L' x bl V Q ' , A fy ,,,-. 1 . nl - ia' ' " .3 f 13, 'vf ' Q 'mac-,u-:Y - . r- ' ':T'T K -1 P 47 A-' ' ,.. P L- 'ufx' 1i'f','-'.i'1'?.ii9555'l71w':f'f'?77- .' 13: '- - : J Fmmfcbfax.. -1 1 .iA',:4, xv-" 6 x x 0 N? 4 A FX N !l1 1' Q 9' J d A jf 7 0 Q J ' Q f 4 y Z 4- 11 1 v' 0 " 1 f as 4 I! N, s . 70 ,4 fn 111 . , 1 1 0 1 - - ' ma 1- k j 77 X 14 - . . 24 f' - ' Q yy 1 1 1 1 i A 1' Q ' f ff Y X 16 LJ N5 un 5" nf 1 H? X f :.. -1-1 -f 1iSr'.1 .nf -. 1-'13-'J--'Yi' -1-N' ' -A 'I' s,,,y'K..,u t, rv s ,,,, ,1.,v, I.. ,- n,'.n , 1 5 3.1! '51 in ' O , . g 5 l ' C - " "1-32" Jian' - 1"' -"-' 5.'. " 'H U-ui 1.v u I .Q ig y 'U' I 1 V' 5 , I g . Q v ' . 4 1 VERNON SCHVVABgGuzu'1l Captain '23 CBumD ,1 1111111 111111 l1ll1I1jl'!', 11111111 for'-.few ,1 111101 br111'e 111111 1'r111' 1U11.v 1111. 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He gets his nznn and r1'o1u11s him, too, As Stiwrs boys are taught to do. 96 GEORGE SUPICNSKI-Tackle fSuupj f1l'!'f'll1l'5' figurz' llfrz' is swell, ' ln yflllllllfff sfriff lu' ,vlrlnflx sz'rf'111',' Of' all gnml lnrklrs, 1ur'1'c flu' frram, In :urn likr flzix you sez' our imln. VVILLIARI ROSSITER-Center CBillJ Alllolzv mv, frif'11rl.v, our smlppzfr-bzlfkf ,lluwyy fnunfl lIl'lll'Illll ll .vfz1vl'. If will lu' luzra' his .vlmfzr to fill, For your fzfrprfrzwl, l1f'r'e'.v our Bill. JOHN GAHLER-Guard Clue Xvllglilih Hrrv wr fiml ll .vffzzmrlz stmlzf-wall, 1 llf'rf"s one Iliff KIIFIIIW1' wr must lmr, X lfur .lnlm is bail' lor nnotllrr ymr. I f Q if I wig? f Q 97 ,llyffzimt 'ZL'llll'll all tlmf frfzylz, just full 111 111'1'1111 'ZU1ZllI'I1 101' 5110111 to you, J H1711 .s'11111'1'11 if 0111' fl, flll' SfIlI'I'.l' b1111', 111 flll' y!'Il'Z'l'.K'f f11111'.v -11111611 'tis 1111' or llfl. 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HORACE ENGLISH-End flwulel fllost anything wolzld this lam' dare, To gain a win was his grmt mrf, ,lr firm as 510110, as fought as wlrf lfxviih fight and grit he'.v all Ilvl'i!'E. Hr .sfooil xtnlicwrf nnfil thi' 011114, llifn frrnn his him' lliry t'0lllIl'll'f l'l'IIIl. P' lf 100 ,wg gs ,, ,,5..,? IN, n -- , 3 va ik LQ? 'T W fe ,W vm n ,u BB! . ,Vi . n.'77Z+- ,A V, ,, 1 QS, A, gfrfww. Z w 1' -as 352 gg-57212 ' 'Q ' 1 1. 4 Vmh, I .4 1 W my 1: -fy' f le -z . .,.. 1-', ,Nz ., JN .W ix my S 1 Wi K' ' 942:43 XJ tx nl ,I " E S Z I 102 Zfzylgjefbflff elvierp l'fl..UUlYl does Defeat present his grizzled visage within the domains of the Tiger. hut just as the red cloaked English forces under YVellington defeated the wonder general, Napoleon, so did the red cloaked Steele forces under lievan give the wonder coach his first introduction to the grim monster hy handing him the short end of a 22 to fl count ahout the middle of the annual campaign. Une defeat did not annihilate the Stivers forces. Again the two great powers clashed and again the Lion out-scratched the Tiger. This hard fought game ended with the count 15 to H. Two defeats, which forfeited the city title for the first time in twelve years, were almost unhearahle to the proud Tiger and they served to urge him on to greater efforts. He asked for no quarter. No more defeats came his way- Some slight satisfaction was to he found in the victory over Hamilton who had twice defeated the powerful Lion. An Orange and Black force cannot he satisfied with such a state of affairs, however, and the Tiger snarled and waited expectantly for a chance to get even. He got it--. His great opportunity came when he clashed with the other aspiring rulers in the Coliseum at the Fairground which was in the same vicinity as his lair. All foes went down before his skillful and ferocious rushes. The Teddy Bears were trampled under foot for the second time that year in the first round of the tourney. ln the second fray, in which he engaged during the Southwestern championship fight, the Tiger clawed his ancient rival, the Lion, fourteen times and the latter was ahle to retaliate hut six. The Hawks who nest in South Park were next to he hutchered and were sent hack to their perches a good deal less confident than they left them. The Reaper-1 were the only other opponent that stood in the Tiger's way. He repeated a feat that he had performed earlier in the season, and the district crown was set securely upon his hrow. Unsatisfied with this honor, which was great hut not great enough, the Tiger sent his scrapping cuhs to the State Capitol to win the State crown for him. They suc- ceeded after downing some of the hest hattlers that can he found. Coluinhus lCast were the runners up in the tourney. A queer coincidence is to he found in the fact that the runners up in hoth district and state tourneys had heen met and defeated earlier in the year. A great hue and cry sounded throughout and roundahout the new king's lair for some time. Every eye was anxiously and hopefully watching to see if the Tiger would go after the national honors, hut it was not to he. The season had heen a hard one. the campaigns had heen difficult and so the Tiger kept his forces at home. The year had heen a great one. Regardless of the fact that ten suhstitutes were used in some of the frays the Tiger's total showed 061 and that of his opponents only totaled 370. VVhat would have happened if the strongest part of the force had heen in the entirety of every frayl Console yourselves for next year. l'Vith a veteran group at his heck and call, Trainer VVilhelm may take the Tiger cuhs to the national tournamentg and, then, watch out. Such an expedition was not feasible this year, hut every year the Tiger extends the limits of his forage ground. XVhere will he stop? XVho knows? CQUIYJUII Pzfrenf, "2-lu 1025 r Ta? rl 'mv ' f' P xXx -oaibr Q' ff-XXX 'ID , M K 0 X CC XXX' 1 Eillllllf Q 'H : f ff K S 1 f null-Wil , X 'X f A Q Q ff -. '!I!4... f RN wn-H ms 3 9 e Q -f ' 'Q' X PM ,fy was ctosw 6 My -5 t RT THAT ! J 0 : lv, mm a ' 1 947' Q K X X., re ff , X U 0 ,V I 1 ff I-1qqNxGHT --0 A -- H7 X I . X 10,0 :' :.c: : F J, :I ":' I '.a"q': 6.-6, gif. ll., .15 Q... xgzd:-.1 -'a at 'JE N 1 192-5 BHSKCUBHUL i924 l ' . . . , h :-f 7:12 " ff: rfb? 1. ive . X Q ' I I I 'ffl "s'rp' 4.l'.QV' I' ' 9 I ' ' 1. f .- . 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ENQU 57 'wwf' V 1 ., 4KWM5"wL fa KYQF K 52, f- ,QELVV V 19+ Y K' Sf- 'fgma 115 3-pw Fi -i x, Q ' f' -ff W ff G C717 ,WH 1 'ZXZLQQ Ajfffcf f0ff,f5AL1fi ij A- Eagwcz' 5AJ3,5 3 X- fifzfyy fbf 62 fihffi 116 , Y x 3. ,1 f Oy . bgfxx V-X S' X Qmmummu-Mug ,KVA M5 Q g1fb9,x'fE3 F4 JQir"1 z . V., M. K s-w..,4-Q.:-.-M CQW' Tiger Jlffzjci ls ereet, because ai. she stands tzill, :is if being hung by the heard, with chest high, waist- line flzit and toes pointing straight forward. Has no "wings" on her shoulders, beeznise zi. she rziises her :rrms sidewzird :md circles them, moving the zrrms at the shoulder joints, still keeping her posture of "head up, chin in." ls free :md easy, whether sitting or standing, because zi. she rzrises both zirms npwzrrrl :ind twists and bends in every direction. Adds more grace to her movements by 11. bending zilternzite knees to ehe-at. Never gets tired walking, beeziuse 11. she wezirs sensible shoes. b. she strengthens her :rrehes :mil ankles :md keeps them strong by 1. daily rzrising :ind lowering heels with toes straight. Believes in wholesome reerezition and plays :ill games with good spirit and enthusizism. lielieves in dzmeingj :ind dances well. -Jnne Pope Riley. 118 wmwfg K -4 . ggzwf. V A f. 14 , Y X ' 3 P E f i VIMLM. 5 S 5 F E 5 lun ,, ,Q K x X A w -391 4 , P. , ,zf I g: wswil . jf ye' 1 , , Z,-Q I V ' in Alfa S. ak x vs " f' 1 X ' f 4, Qqff 2 ffwvgfy I-Q AA X X 3 2' ' Q2 'F 53 ' Fez. Eff. r xv , yf,wvQw , ""!,. L erlicehv of Gl1z111zp1'011.rl11L0 Team! Stivers has been among the foremost of high schools for many years. Not only has she enviable records in scholarship, science and art but her athletic accomplishments are far above the average. Every school, no matter how great, envies the Tiger Cubs their privilege of pointing to such a powerful record. Stivers was born in the year 1907 A.D. Her birth took place in the best city in flhio, commonly known as Dayton. From the very beginning she was a promising and a very precocious child. The first football machine to fight under the Grange and Black banner was in 1908. YVillard llflarquardt, who later became the coach, who made such a wonderful record as the producer of championship basketball teams, played fullback on this team which lost but one game to Steele. The basketball team of the year 1908-09 and the baseball team of the following spring dropped no games except to the older Dayton institution. The season of 1909-10 was a repetition of the first year. ln 1910-11 the Stivers teams annexed every city title, trouncing their lldain Street rivals in football, basketball and baseball. ln 1911-12 the Tigers retained the foot- ball and basketball crowns, but lost the one baseball game with Steele by a score of 7 to 0. ln the first track meet between the two schools, Stivers was defeated by seven points- Because of the destruction caused by the flood, we know nothing of the outcome of the majority of the games in basketball and baseball in 1913, but we know that the football game with Steele ended in a 7 to 7 tie, thanks to "Scummy" Storck. ln the year 13-14 the football and basketball championships belonged to Stivers. Tom Herman and Lee Fenner, brothers to the two stars with whom we are familiar, both played on these teams. The next year saw the Stiverites lose the football crown, but keep the basketball and annex the baseball title. The football men of 15-lb got even with their rivals by handing them the worst licking ever administered by one Dayton team to another, -1-1 to 0. The first state basketball title was captured this year also. Stivers annexed three city titles the next year, but lost the track meet by a narrow margin in spite of the work of "Chuck" Klee who won the 20, 50, 100 yard dashes and tied for the pole vault honors. ln 17-18 the city football title was held for the last time by a Stivers team until this year. The city basketball crown was ours and we were third in the state track meet, the hlummas scoring all the points and winning mile, half mile and 220 yard hurdles. City. Southern and State titles were captured by the basketball team in 18-19. Second place was ours in the lVliami Track meet- The next year's basketball squad annexed city, state and third place honors in the national meet, losing out after Harry Schwab was injured, to 1fVingate, Indiana. City and state court titles were won in 20-21 in spite of a serious handicap when three Stivers men were declared ineligible at the last minute in the state meet. Stivers won with four men on the floor in one game and defeated the national champs of the preceding year. City basketball and baseball honors went to Stivers in 21-22. Another scoreless tie featured the Steele-Stivers game of 1922. The team lost no games on the gridirong it won the city basketball and baseball titles and annexed state honors in the latter. 1Vith all four city championships in our halls, we watched the year 1023 draw to a close. A Stivers' team without a championship would be like a Ford without a rattle. Harry VVilhelm, the second Stivers boy to return and coach his old school, won the city crown in football and-but what's the use? Just cast your eye over preceding pages. -Pflrpnf '24, 120 1 ,a A',A.q,,.ny1 .F ..4 I V - !-' "'-mf' , V y Y .yd T .H ,jfzq-V!! Q r'H-,ir-IY . 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Page Saine, Grant Trick, Norman 135 i -1' '- - 11 xi 1 1 1 E ... , , - . ..... irlslmq. .. 1' -1-" 3 l 'Q ,- - .- - - - - i Q' 1. Z 'Z . ... 'P. jf. -mfr' Kee ADVISOR if , ' A uf' , "7 -,-ff X, ' 1, 2 mf I1-'fx ,f'A"'y , ,V fjlv ,ff ,A aj A, ,f 1 f. 5 ' Ts .HJ -ff fr. .ff 3 jf' Q-if ff ' ,f I, ' A134 N Vmef, ben ers' I f, i pf' QM Egg ? K '? 1 Twenty-1"our A' - -"C.f' Beardshear, Lee Currie, Douglas Huebner, Elmer Nlulford, John Shroyer, Rnlwert T1L'FlIf.1"l?i7'F Ackerman, Paul Caniff, Nliltnn lwust, Burton Sehantz, Frederick Tu'f11fy-Six Snyder, Arthur -Jaw ,r J! My 'R 4 ' M y WLM mlm ff' xr if , WN W' ' - 1 .lxq W I X . , 4 AXA ,ff I RQ' :U 6 ll fc' ADVISOR f HIS Glas-wad - ,f M n 'AWS -,-, M' ' 138 .T Ng Twfn Anderson, Dorothy Andres, Edna Arden, Laverne Aring, Dorothy Bosron, Gladys ty-Four ff Aho Dieter-W, Hilda imc ,I H SiC Engle, Hazel Engle, lllildred Gehhart, Howard Harris, Harriet Hayes, lvlildred Hersh, Hugh Kline, Elsie Leich, Frederick Mayer, Albert Niehus, Elsie O'Brien, Harry Parent, Gordon Reaver, Herhert Rinderknecht, Clayton Shultz, Alice Stansberry, Elmer Steiner, Wlalter Weluer, Kathryn VVine, Susan Wykoff, lwarion Young, Bernard 7lZL'l'IlfY1'-Fi'Z'F Cook, Stephen llflayer, lVIildred lVlcBricle, Dean Rahrer, lVlildred Stansherry, Ruth Stengel, Agatha Tfwen fy-Six Albright, Grace Carr, Virginia Matterri, Virginia Robinson, Pauline Sutter, lVlinnie Taylor, Elsie VVykoff, Ruth J Q! YQ E f Qyflftlll uf. 'Dickron ADVISOR Af' ...QM .. , 4, ,, , , X 140 Twenty-Four Hohler, lllildred Teeter, Elizabeth Tufezzty-Five Hauser, Dorothy Hollander, Selma Klausmeir, llflargaret llfleyer, Clara Ramhy, Seymour Rau, Jack VVhitman, George Twen ty-Six Kornman, Edna Pitt, Irene Yvebster, Robert YVhitaker, Doris Wilson, Florence Twen ty-Seven Amann, Charles Brown, Edgar Cireele, Vonne Couneellor, Raymond Cusick, Thomas Jones, Arthetta Kruse, Anna Synn, Esther Matusoff, Esther Murlin, Juanita Pipes, Cecil Stutz, La Vena 73000 a' pow, ye -va fegos ii gvfllffl 73. Qfzlfohvgv A D V I S O R we W J' vw Z5 f :fy 3 142 1' my 'www-,w,. Bernice Fischer Augusta Foster Frieda Friesinger lVIary Goelz Kathryn Hamilton lylildred Hayes Alwylda Holsapple Virginia Hultgren Elizabeth Kastner Gladys Kirhy Elsie Kline LaVVayne Miles T7L'f'llf-1f'FflIll' Olive llloneagle Elsie A. Niehus Gesina Norholt Florence Prinz Ruth Rike Evelyn Rost lwahel Schnehly Dorothy Stewart Thora Wzilteiiizitli Doris Wetzel Florence Wetzel Harriet VVolfe Lucille VVoodard Hilda Davis Katherine Davy Suzanna Finke Beulah Fischhach lVIarguerite Glaser Virginia Herhruck Louise Kennel lllerrial Kessler llllargaret Klausmeier Twenty-Fiife lsahelle Krehbiel Elizaheth Lake Frances LaEollette Anna Lins lllerle Lively Adrienne llleck Sylvia Sehold Ruth Scheihenherger Bernice Shutts Esther VVhitman Genevieve Bare Georgianna Bowman Virginia Carr VVillnetta Coy 7"ZUl'lIf-1"Si.X' lwary Louise Eikenhary Ella Glaser Florence Grierson Dorothy Herhst Alice Black Mary Corkill Dorothy Faig Lois Giesseman Marjorie Gillaugh Julia Halstead Thelma Hill Charlotte House Janet Hodson Bertha Kastner Tiueuf Kfildred House Ruth Laymon Piccola Linville Sara lVIar,qaret hIcClellan Bessie Rentz Dorothy Schattschneider Florence Schneider Elizabeth XVikle ,l"Sl"Z'l'II Nellie Knull llrlargaret llrlclllaster Dorothy Pratt Opal Redding Anna Schmeiser Thelma Semler Gladys Staeuhle Thelma Swanger Beulah Xvaltemath llfary VVerner Kathryn Young 143 t,v-W -Jimvfiff A D V I S O R :aw f 47"f"Xv.fw?WsL12'--fer' 'W :Qc JL .vc .vc J: .vc .vc :QQ " 'T 3 RADIO STATION 7: 8 0 F This is a government licensed amateur station. In the future we propose to fi operate it as a broadcasting station. 'ff The equipment was used on a submarine Chaser during the World War. ,J lp 'I 1' AJ D gat .Jr jc jr jc 144 Twenty Francisco, Ralph Gossman, Harry Rogers, Samuel Schweller, Elmer -Four N 0 , Se , Q ,. ffl X ,Qld I '1Ul'llfj"1'1Z'F' X X Carnes, Charles Garwood, John Gregg, Burton Hockwalt, Theron Lang, Henry Lies, Arthur lworrison, Yvillis Notz, W7illiam Penn, VVilliard Randolph, Russell Slamb, W01'1'Cll Werrger, Wileyf VVerner, Calvin Zimmerman, Robert Twen ty-Six Bush, John Buvinger, Robert Christman, Harold lllorris, Richard Nock, Russell Reindollar, James Snyder, Irvin Staehlin, Ralph Stutz, John WVhite, John Tzuvrzty-Seem: Boren, Chester Casey, Robert Zinn, Richard 5 C1 . lRif'f1llfffJ07l A D V I S 0 R ...fm f f x , 1-. 14' Q ,. 0 f X ,X W: I 5 QQ X X 4 12 w X V f- 3 V QL -xv 146 Twen fy-Four Beardshear, Lee Dickerson, Hilda lWae Engle, Mildred Harper, Howard lVIulford, John T7L'FIIf-1'-l'li7'6 Ackerman, Paul Caniff, Miltoii Ramby, Seymour Tuifzzty-Six Albright, Grace Snyder, Arthur Tzuffzify-Smierz Werner, lVIary Qjafzzffcfzf Gy0l!l!I'!.f '1l'i!!if1w Nami ADYINUR wg2,,yg4l.,.-s'-g,L4.1 V ln .,,W...s," 9 "Wa i 4713 .M rw 1ff.3i'sEf'a, ,Q .sc 9? 42,2 Qgqysf f r ms VZ 15514, ij W ff V54 'gfqfi 15-Q1 mi, .5 Fi -s was - fx:-,K 'sw X as Q, J Q! ,Q Y N1 4, , me Wi: ' " .-Q Mem, A 2 r dr f ar WFWNW, ,,.,M... i,,,,,,, -QMS. r, UW, rf, 95Q.r,j,,,',4, j V , 1 gy V .,,.,:f.f1.c Beardshear, Lee Currie, Douglas Doody, Francis Frank, Zolmon Ackerman, Paul Alexander, Bruce Auckerman, John Brink, George Bube, George Caniff, lVIilton Cohen, Ralph Cox, Joseph Hensley, Clyde Hopf, Karl Krebs, Herman Q' 0 J' glee Kawai 'sy xybvx X Wy X X , , .Ma-ww c -,W M- ..,,.t, ,,,,,,-.Y ,vw ,.,l W., M,a.,..w,..m ,. , , , N , W1-A-"M" "., ,V ,Y 4, , ,Miva :ggi ,gmt ,, . A fm, A 1 ,i : , V Ffif' -- if 'E ,,Xm?k,jd,.,, ,QR K f 4 u , ,WI 572, 22,271 W",f.f'.-g7'W'5,0 K w .iwafa if p"f,.vf , :if fffay A, ft f,, my , ,ff ,. ,vaa.2fZ. fi V V 'i 1 '5 V rl' 5' bij 3f7,Vj'f'i'-'WW' lyk' 'E l:3'7i3vA"' HZ'-213 ' YT wt ct If si. iv PEAR?-K-lpiifviixf M' " f Tl- lEfl,:62'5?L3f"lJ. r f ' W F9 'iitwfiw 11524 , . V Q jywfzf , waz , ,f j aw, ,r Mm., ,y4y.,,g,e,s . My MWA 4, , , , If f A ,if 1 5 1 of , Q 2 f , nh L X , X f I h ,QA fb f . , , ,,, 1 1 X. ,, f f ,, 1 Vsmx, ,., as TU Q 4 1, rr QV" J Q 'aff fr 'Vi 3'7" f ,54't74v?" 1 f wr Twenty-Fo ur lVIcKnight, Henry lwattern, Ray lwontgomery, Cecil lllulford, John Yates, Ballard Truezzty-Fiw Dellinger, Howard Fulcher, Roland Houpt. Oscar Judy, lrvin Kern, Edward Cannon, Claude lklarquardt, Clyde lworrison, Fred Tzuen fy-Six' Mantilla, Victor Peters, Bernard Randolph, Russell Twenty-Seziezl Club Potter, Charles Reaver, Herbert Steiner, VValter VVelch, Norval Olt. Willialn Richeson, Servetus Rogers, Virgil Schantz, Frederick Snyder, Edward Tidd, Emmett Yates, Theodore Reindollar, James Snyder, Arthur Wliite, John Burrows, Dixon Trick, Norman Frech, Ralph Sain, Grant Harlan Haines, Jdziisor 148 C5110 eff QITX7 C'.fILl'll George Bolender Hazel Engle Howard Gebhart Howard Kelly Wendell Koch lllildred Barth Dixon Burrows William DeMarse Lawrence Kirk Caroline Helmbold Robert Buvinger Louis Hyll Mildred Engle William Baumheckel Walter Fishbaclc FIRST VIOLINS Vincent Kronauge Luella Layton Clive llfloneagle Charles Naugle Gesina Nordholdt SECOND VIOLINS Richard Leen hlary lWcAdoo Harry Miller Grace Rehme Paul Rench CELLOS Herman Krebs FLUTES Davelle Everhart CLARI N ETS Jerome Israel FIRST CORN ETS Robert Geiger SECOND CORNETS Carl Houpt Wesley Trimble 149 hlelvin Schultz Dorothy Thase Catherine VVeber Florence Wetzel Ora Rice Frank Rifner Jack Sutton Isabel VVilli:rms Esther YVright Josephine Stoner Earl Kunz Pearson Quinn Howard VValther Carlisle Green 'UG 521172195 Than ey 150 Jl'0zr1zzgif1g Fdifors Ralph Cohen Francis Doody 6?ffl'0l'ftl! Qyfzwr LSJIL 1- .U 6 1,5 9 . Davelle Everhart Rlargaret Klansmeier N .J - - Harry Snyder llflarie Gascho Kmgwpj Qgiczff lVIargaret Beyer lkflildred Huthman ,Lillian Vogel Evelyn Rost Sophia Feldman -y1'If1f6!ic5 Paul Ackerman Cjfmlzzres and ruff! Rlilton Caniff Aaron Peck Bzzsilzefy Gjhizgf Thelma Bozenhard Harry Becker Steve Cook llflargaret Hoover Janet Rosenbloom Lillian lVIiller Selma Hollander Claude Cannon John Auckerman 151 F! l:Z1lb8fZ?'jlfI'ft'Z't Anvihok I E 1 ! 152 Editor-i11-Chief Frederick Leich xlsso1'i11te Editors Mildred Engle Doris YVetzel D w Clayton Rinderknecht fizlzzztzf QSM J 1 1gllSilIF.l'S flI111111g1'rs lf1lUe7'l"19'27Z lwarion YVykoff Elmer Stansherry f9I'gIllIiZIlfi0II Editors Charles Potter Gladys llosron Albert lWayer LifFl'1lf-1' Enlitors Lucille VVoodard Leonard Broadstone Edna Andres Francis Doody lfVilliam Straukamp Alice Shultz Hilda lVIae Dickerson fltlzletir Editors John Mulfcard Gordon Parent Dorothy Anderson Art Editors Henry lVIcKnight Harry O'Brien llflilton Caniff Ballard Yates Frank Walter Frieda Friesinger Co-op Editor Charles Lynch A Typist Leah lllairson FlIl'Illf.1' 1JI1'i'i.Y0I'S lVIiss Frances Bruns lldiss lwartha K. Schauer lVIiss Harley Hanora Miss Helen Hultman The Illllllllll staff I1FSil'I'S to fll'klI0'Ll.'IFl1gF the flfjixffllflvfi of Loretta Biflfh 111111 Lottie Offife in t-vpi11g 11111te'ri11i, 117111 of H1f1'h1f1't R1'11i1f1'r ill 1'11ii1'1'ti11g SllllXl'I'if7fiOIIS. The staff is grateful also to those persons who, through the t'0Ilfl'illllfi0II of s1111pshots, lzrlpni to maize the pages of this book ilIfl'l'F.Vlillg KIIIIII 11rtisti1'. 153 MQ, RAMEN '- Mm, Qouwbs PRESRUENT A VICE 9F2Kif31DE'NT ir-,Q was Qaumv MQ. WQRST SECRETRQVV mf 'T'RE'..F1'-SSUQELFQ omgins OF Bwxvins Dir. A L lf? .' ll'ill Il He 11 S11r1'f'sx Ur 1'lNi,lll'l' Uvilll You." To you young people, emerging from the halls of learning, ready to enter upon the arena of life and battle with the difficulties and perplexities that beset the paths of our forefathers, the all absorbing question, once you have selected a vocation, is "Shall I succeed or shall I fail in my life's work?" Steadfastness of purpose is one of the most invaluable stepping stones to the at- tainment of success. The individual who is constantly changing methods, with no definite plan of action, drifting from one kind of business to another, is the one who will see the cold, hard, unchanging, discouraging ultimatum-failure. To overrate your ability to be successful in your chosen calling savors of egotism, and, when egotism plays a part, failure is the counterpart. Ability, coupled with an unsbakable determination, is sure to bring you the opportunities to advance to a posi- tion in the world that will reflect upon yourself. That kind of determination that, in the face of failure today, tomorrow and day after, will cause you to double, treble, yea, quadruple your efforts until you do succeed, is the kind that brings before the world men like YVanamaker, lldorgan, Carnegie, Rockefeller, and our own distin- guished Daytonian, the late John H. Patterson. lntegrity is another component part of success without which success could be but temporary. The soundness of moral principle and character, the uprightness and purity of the man inspire his fellow-men with confidence, and command the respect of all with whom he comes in contact- A dishonest man requires too much time to "hatch upl' dishonest methods, and to keep covering up and protecting himself and his vile schemes from the exposure which will most certainly result in his ultimate ruin. The same facts can be applied equally well to a woman. A genuine pleasure seems to infest the very atmosphere about those who conduct their business on the basis of the Golden Rule, and like magic, communicates itself to all men, and thus becomes a very important element in success. Success can be had, not for the asking, but by the judicious mixing of these com- ponent parts. Then, when life's work is done, you will have the glorious S-A-'1'-I-S-F-A-C-T-I-0-N of knowing that you have succeeded, and are ready for our Divine blaster to call you to "Enter into the joy of thy reward." 'ifjlll!'t'7It't' Rzllnlly. IX? 155 he Q571'ver5 Tzlrefzi- Tefzvlver uffJ0f1bf1'01z HE Stivers Parent-Teacher Association was organized about a year ago. ln fact, it is the youngest Association of its lcind in the city. The purpose of the Association is admirably stated in Article two of the Constitution-"The object of this Association shall be to bring into closer relationship the home and the school, that the parent, teachers, and others Working for the Welfare of children may co-operate more intelligently in promoting the best interests of the home and school and in the advancement of the moral and social condition of the community-H ln many respects we are closing the most successful year in the history of Stivers. The word co-operation has never meant so much as now. ln bringing about an almost ideal condition of affairs at Stivers, much credit should be given to the able president and his loyal and efficient lieutenants. At all times they have labored to promote the very best interests of the school. The Association has held regular meetings as well as numerous special functions. Not only school activities have been fostered and encouraged but scholarship and all other things worth While have received adequate attention- The Parent-Teacher Association has established for itself a permanent place in the future welfare of Stivers. 156 K x it? QX N 5 'Tj ,X , I 'NV E, ww' Q Q -1 'A -I ' 1 'Ji 'Q 1 f I V : x-'Z' f , ,, 1 w f' 4 , M 1 1 'J , avr. ' ' . , pf k -,V U5 I . 'Z - A .gm , ' ,1,- ' ' - , -1,4 J .hu H , - -1 .,, ' 3' 4 . , . W ff" , . . 1 -. . , ,A r, M f. - L md-00' - 1 vs 1 f l EW 1 j Us ' rf ' IN X x I aw ' M K gigsa 0 ' E A 1, Aa 77, x v! 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A Fi! f,f. 3 nw Aff: My wt, ., ,, W! , A255 472 , , iff WW ' ' 77W X x WQQQ ar , of 1.11 gun fa fl.lIII Lingua Latinalfniatei' linguarum! Ex euius pectore fecundo lingua Hispana fluida orta est, Gallica Copiosa. et denique hodierna Anglica clara, brevis, valens, Lingua Latina! Lingua Sonora, lingua quae deis idonea est, immortalibus Classicis scripturis Virgilii Ovidiique Vehiculum verum. Lingua Latina! In qua Pompeii et Caesaris Commentarii bellici et orationes Ciceronis paritei' bene exprinii possunt. Lingua Latina! Quae tempore gloriae Ronianae non regionibus Orbis terrarum sed caeli terininatur, lingua universa, lingua diplomatica quae fuit sicut lingua Gallica nune estl Lingua Latina! In qua etiam adhuc in ecclesiis carmina pulcherrima et sublimia cantantur. lmmo Vero Latina potest appellari mater linguaruni etiam adjutor h umanitatis. -Manuel Begovlch. ED 67 1111550 de gfpzziiol El eurso de espanol en "Stive1's High School" ge organiza en tres anos. Despues de estudiai' espanol un ano, el alumno -puede usar la lengua en hablar de las cosas diarias. El Segundo ano Conipleta el estudio de los principios de la gramatica y da a los alumnos niucha brzictica en la Conversacion y en el escribir de la composicion. Tenenxos tambien en "Stive1's High School" un "Ci1'culo Espanol" que so reune en junta el segundo y el cuarto martes del mes Calendario. Solamente los alumnos que 11-Ciben altas notas en todas sus asignaturas pueden ser lniembros de este "Ci1'culo." Los iniembros niismos se cargan de los programos que se consisten en leer el espanol a primera vista, en hablar acerea de la lectura, y en discursos impremediados. Algfunas veces para Variai' nuestros programos nos divertimos con juegos y Canciones en espanol. Nuestro mote es "Poco a poco, se val lejosf' El dia de accion cle graeias y la pascua de Navidad, el "Ci1'culo Espanol" envio a familias pobres ce-stas grades llenas de coinestibles. Selma Hollander-Doris Whitaker. 166 011726121736 190 oircf 6711550 ' U J fllilflllll' -Il y avait une fois un, deux, trois ourssnous Voublierons jamais. C'etait: LES TROIS OURS, la premiere histoire que nous avons etucliee. Nous l'avons lue comme les petits enfants etudiant leur premier Conte en anglais. C'etait bien ilrole mais bien interessant aussi, de lire ees Vieux Contes et Iiegzgendes dans une langue etran- gere, et en meme temps un bon exercice qui nous preparait pour les leetures plus clifficiles et encore plus interessantes dans la fleuxieme annee. Mais lout cela n'est que le dessert qu'on ne peut devorer qu'apres les mets plus forts: c'est a dire, la grammaire avec ses voeabulaires ses regles, ses exercises, et ses verbes interminables, car ce sont les verbes qui sont la bete noire de l'etude cle frangais-mais un mal necessaire. On dit que le franqais est la lus belle langue du monde et nous qui l'avons etuclie, nous le croyons aussi. Nous avons beaucoup appris, mais nous savons qu'i1 nous reste encore plus a apprendre si nous esperons parler un jour aussi eouramment, que no.: professeurs. Cela nous semble impossible, mais-vouloir est pouvoir. Au moins nos pourrons lire les oeuvres des meilleurs auteurs francgais, et un jour, peut-etre, nous aurons Voccasion de visiter nous-meme la belle iFranc'e et de nos y faire compremlre. -Dorothy Aringx. Wx HOME 9, 39 ll . ,J W. ' X Ji 1 , My s f sf- X if I - ' , ., Q If I 4151? I 3 1 i ..m,,M3'i 1 i, p 'JK 'I p 235 2... 2212 j 167 WFRWWE " uoeerren 7 LEAVE TOWN pgw k f 5576 Q, is S if X S xw S ff-X XIXXX Q E 'ai-X 6 Mx S- X X HC-x.,JI I-I-I in ffi "Q-":..?'g2 jllmglllll x ' 'fi Q 5-'lZ..i1-r . J' ,cgx-in jf-QV Q MQW? C X Ax: A ,ssxx I W If Q E, LN' K 4-...A I fl:-ii: ZR E ,fr 9' K' 5'-'Q bmi xg N-I. N6 E-EQ X K- " Ex x X5 X.. X fii MV2 IK iw QQ 'Q' N' X ,fff f9 fx,-R 'W' fH HWl mm kwa ,f5 x , 'Qs-V' 7,-J I , li- ""'1"i'1' X-I X or! 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C' xx.---H " "ELL "Hi ,I .....i X fu I 168 W1 111 zz fir Uifrf The dramatic season at Stivers, for the year 1923--1 opened with a pageant at lllemorial Hall. 1 s u Stivers was signally honored when The Central Uluo lcachers Association requested the presentation of this pageant, "The Crystal Poolf' at the opening meeting of their annual convention, on November 2. As all the visiting teachers could not be accommodated at tlus morning meeting, a second performance was given at tour o'clock on the same day. On the evening of November 3, the page- ant was repeated for Stivers students and townspeople. On December 1-1, two one-act plays were given at the Y. XV. C. A. under the auspices of one of the industrial clubs. These plays, "Figureheads" and 'lThe hlan in the Bowler Hat," were repeated several times at the school and for outside organi- zations. The program for the Christmas assembly consisted of a one-act comedy, "The Christmas Chime," and a dramatic interpretation of Kipling! "Christmas in lndia," presented by the Junior Class. On the twenty-first of hlanuary, the llembers of the College VVomenls Club were entertained at Stivers. "l"igureheads" was re- peated and a one-act musical comedy, "Cynthia's Strategy," was added. This pro- gram was repeated on the night of 1"ebruary 5, for the Harriet Stevens Club, at the N- C. R. Community House. On Marcli 3, a program was given for the Advance Club. "The Trouble at Satterleelsf' a one-act play, under the direction of lldiss Ganzer, was supplemented by panotomimes to i llustrate the work of the department. Perhaps the most notable event of the year was the musical comedy, "Going Up." This first attempt at musical comedy, combined the Work of the dramatic and music departments of the school in a most successful way. Stivers Auditorium was filled for five performances of this comedy, April -l, 5, 7, 8, 10. "Going Up" was given underthe auspices of the Parent-Teachers Association. The proceeds were used to establish a schola rship fund for needy high school students. The Senior Play, given by the class of 1924, was "The Cassilis Engagement," a four-act comedy, by St. john Hankin. This play was presented three times, Blay 10, 17, 19, with the following cast: lVIrs. Herries .........a........,........ - ....,..c.......,..... hflabel Stout The Rector .-...............,.......s..,...ssc.sss.....s.... Harry Becker The Butler ...................ss..s...,..,..,....s .L s..s,M.. Douglas Currie The Countess of Remenham .....e.,,.,....,...,e..,s..a.s...e lVIildred Hayes Lady lllabel Venning, Lady Remenhaurs daughter s....e...s,. Alwylda Holsapple Jane Cassilis, a child of ten T.................e....,e........... lWary Goelz Mrs- Cassilis ...........................e,....... W ,.,.. ...... D oris 1Vetzel Lady lVIarchmont, Ml'S. Cassilis' niece ..,..s,...,....,...LL.. Thora XValtemath Goeffrey Cassilis ....,,,........,-................,,-..,,.... Lee Beardshear Nlrs. Borridge .......s.....s..,....,.........,..,..e..,.. Frieda Friesinger Ethel Borridge ...s..L.....L................LLL.......s. Florenceada Gandre Dorset, M1's. Cassilis' maid -....,...-..........,a..,....c...... Helen Snyder Lord Marchmont .....A....L.,.................L...L,..... George Newland Lord Remenham .....,....L,...,..................,,.....,,. Francis Tloody Major Warringtoii ...............................LL..A...... VValter Steiner 169 v, 1 n 170 VV,4, Zfffifz' fl A N i 1 r 1 , , . . ' " "' '4 Q, E A L I W' - I X . I, ,, U , 2 P 4 W 1 li EL sig s L i I 1 3 s is I i P iw Q Q ! 1 I .1 ii I 11 4 1 3 L '- t Y' Y.""1, LT' M"m N"M M"wGUHN G TLIFPDU 171 'WEEE GBA SSULQSQ ENGAGEMENT 172 iff: ,. fm fi f :ii-2 X eggs, 'Ei ri i-A l " X . f 'lt -' ll!!- Q M - ff E. f T T 1 Y W V' H E ,'-NP 5 ' 5 y U' N pmlll Y ' X ' f mil W ' E 4' . E 4 E Tm: DETQEJY ALSO A005 TO MNC' 4' CQLLAQS gf THE MDTSCULTNE TYPE OE BEAUTY. r-me THE GO Ps L HO LIKE LOUD I X 7 LT' VEST? CAN Now .-. --- GET THEM . 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Stetson opens the year with an address, ac- cording to his annual custom. Senior girls feel very important sitting on the stage. Senior council elected to advise in the management of the school. Four Seniors, three Juniors, two Sophomores, and one Freshman are chosen. Pep assembly. Gee, We like our new coach! Seniors organize. Fifth period. General cry, "Where's Mr. Haines?" Senior girls lay aside their dignity and don the dresses of twelve-year-olds. Senior-Sophomore reception. Mfr. lldeck prophesies a big year. Columbus Day. Banks closed, but schools open. Let's do lWrs. Dieter a favor and say penalize. "lVatch the birdie!" Seniors start to have pictures taken for the Annual- Did you get your little orange and black cap? lldore birdies. We have a panorama picture taken at Bomberger Park. For what crime has Mr. Carmack been imprisoned -in the elevator? Stivers News makes its first appearance in real newspaper style. Wel1'e proud of our News staff. Heard in 223, in Mrs. Heitz' absence: "Calm down, kids, or We'll have a Spanish invasion-" George Newland has a haircut. All girls beg a curl. No school. Teachers go to be educated some more. Stivers Fall Festival. lVIiss Lange scores another success in 'lThe Crystal Pool." Can anyone tell what G- F. was thinking about when she sent her lunch to the laundry and brought her father's collars to school? Roy Snell, author and explorer, tells us of the Arctic regions. "Dusty Mille1',' addresses Stivers. Everybody wears a forget-me-not. Pep assembly. Post mortem held for Bloom High, Chicago. Wll2ltiS going to happen? Lucille Woodard is in school before 8:l4l Visitors' Day at Stivers. Parents visit all classes. The play, "lVIarcia's lVIanagement," featuring alummae and present students, is heralded with applause. We get keyed for the annual Turkey Day fracas- We defeat Steele, under the auspices of Pluvius. 174 Dec- Jan. Feb. lld a r. 3. 5. 11. 12. 10. 20. 21. 22- 3. 7. 8. 12. Assembly. Stivers is presented with the best team in the city, the best coach in the lVliddle YVest, and a pigskin covered with very recent mud. Team leaves for Norfolk, Va. lncidentally, some pupils spend an hour in 217. Dr. Carpenter lectures on "VVorlds in the lldak- ing," and brings us down a notch by telling us that we only live on the "VVart." Popularity contest. Juniors have a Christmas party in the Auditorium. Senior boys feature one in 205. lVe flourish our rings and pins. Christmas assembly. an. 2. Everybody celebrates. Seniors make the acquaintance of Burke. hlliserae bile dictul The first shingle bob is seen in the halls of Stivers. Groans from the gym: the girls are being weighed. Stivers is awarded the lkdiami grid cup for the second time. 1-1-18. Literary societies elect new officers. 20. 22 25. 20. 15 27 lvlany Stivers hearts are saddened by the death of Mr. Reeder. "Cynthials Strategyf' Uh, Lee, what a vampl Assembly marks the close of the first semester. We prepare to beat Steele in basketball-but-. YVe are snowed under by 22 to 91-and-. Steele cops the City Championship. Mr. lkdoore, Secretary of the Chamber of Com- merce, explains to us the ten year prosperity pro- gram. Senior and Freshmen girls get the Big Sister lVIovement under way. 29-Mzir. l. lVIiami 'l'ournament. VVe regain ground. 5 Faculty-Varsity game. There, there, faculty, don't you cry: you'll win a game by and by- 6. Juniors elect officers and prepare. plans for the year. 1-1-15. Tournament at Columbus. Joyful news. 19 20 28 Big Sister party. Prospective Stiverites from the grades visit our building. VVe hope they'll like us when they come to stay. lkionmouth College Glee Club entertains us liberally. Junior and Senior girls attend the Y. W. C. A. Vocational Conference. 175 is ' CED six , iiii X L fyiloxwf ii 25 , N ,HQ iv Gr f i A - Q ' . xx lf' Xmxs Q X .. 'N cfm S v X C2 -. K llzi llr.. He Hi Z Q f fi Qs . 9 a 7x i' 5551 f X ? 2 5 s - 1: 5 Khao - My llfaallm.. y 5 Q ' S wg ex 5 'p on 4' STATE 7 A ir g 0 JS' ff X X X ffflyl I 5 y . rsghne X Q f W vu r ix - . . gg F,-N ,I z E 'Z .Q jx lv at ' , J to t , , T R -A ,. N A ft April Up" grand? . L "Going simply JAY see just you it S WF' . , I X 0 Did VVasn t ll to t f .Q H-ZH. Lets take a week off. .' MX 5 X 6 , QQ' fi g A ks A -. Bly, oh my, the end is near. Do you hear the 's .2 orchestra practising L'Tannhauser?" EQ- - ' J' e 45369 At least the truth. President, at bemor class ,-.' 5 f so L1 . 'e . . . I '4 iilc f i meeting, admits girls to be smarter than boys. T K Vega "l3ahy Show-" XVhat those little folks can N ff fl 'Qfg :Zigi do. 55 .4 . V ff X , , Jeff wins over Springfield in debate. Q Xsml ' I , V , fyi ff - X -llflay 3. Boys' lVeeli. lfVisht we wuz boys. ,TM I :FV-7 i Ay . Q' ' l il , Many -lf?- rlhe green and whlte posters come true. The in 3 l'Cassilis' Engagement" plays a highly successful I V 'fg 4'm' Q11 'rr t ., - , -- gqbemen. f ' Everyody hrinffs posies. FAIQEWELIJ Q -may ' ' b Y 2 TJ No school. A foretaste of summer. u 4 - fe fb X 5' X .. ,c . Ig, ' A X .lune Class Day. Girls look sweeter than ever. i t Baccalaureate sermon, hy Dr. Geistweit, at the V it " First Baptist Church. ki 5 '--S ,, , HHH-DCE 6 .3 H Junior-Senior Farewell. xvlnhfb E Graduation exercises in a new setting at the N. . , T , C. R. Schoolhouse. f-mn t t -"" . . ., - funn l Q . Frlday the tlurteenth, but who says its unlucky? 11 mr-W' s f , 'N new " . - ul V 4 176 'Bw- 177 v ig 7 2 fp -:WM pri! 22nd, Q Q 'Q C '54 XJ f 0114-wow! J N. ,xa lu m, '42 K. K. , The N C R Schoolhouse has a seating capacity of 2500, a fully equipped stage, and one of the largest pipe organs in the world n Industrial Schoolhouse HE NCR Schoolhouse means something to every Dayton citizen. It is here for the benefit of our em- ployees and to help promote the things that will make Dayton a better place to live. Saturday morning entertainments are given for children from all parts of the city. Approximately 5,000 children attend the two entertainments that are given. The hall is also used for business men's conventions and civic meetings of all kinds. Free motion pictures are shown in this building during the noon-hour for employees. Health and educational lec- tures are also given here from time to time. It is our constant effort to make this Schoolhouse a factor in the growth and progress of the community as well as of our own business. The National Cash Register Company Dayton, Ohio 178 Uffmi D065 Tour JU Jlfavzlz To 7211 9 You are the resident of tomorrow- A great many plans and projects which are founded today will be acted upon by the residents of today, but their fulfillment will rest entirely upon you-the resident of tomorrow. Dayton. since it was founded, has grown and it will continue to grow. ln the past it was the unrestricted and haphazard growth of a rising commercial and indus- trial center which took place. with the result that many residential and industrial districts have sprung up with- out any sense of beautification of the city as a whole. Today we have a plan which will remedy this great fault in city building, but its successful consummation rests upon you. The Dayton Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring this great plan in the form of a Ten Year Prosperity Program, which, when completed, will mean that this city will rank as one of the most finely developed in the Nation. lt is important that you think of this great expansion movement for it rests upon you to see this project through. 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