Sycamore High School - Log Yearbook (Cincinnati, OH)

 - Class of 1939

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A151ref-1:.a.Jq.-f'.:f::,1:."-+L:-,. -iff f-:-'Er WE MEET THE PEOPLE BOOK ONE ,, STRIVING TO MAINTAIGN A HIGH BOARD OF EDUCATION Seated XXL mtloduce the membexs ot the Board of Edugatmn Although thev fue Ven bud xslth then own ouupdtlonw md profgsmom thu urx un elfixhlx dexote 1 Q'l9dtDOlI10l serum md hgttelnunt nt Cm Qchool D A BI OONI Cluk CLIFFORD HECK PIQSILIBUI. VK ALTER FLLIS btdlllilllg RALPH BACON L H JOINES X Y , ' . , , .- . . ., , . 2 'iff' Q 1-7 'I .' - hz Au vv v 2 0 '1 . ' -X of their time to the efhcient K, . v' , , E 3 V. 3 ' 'L - " I . . . I , X' : , ' ' 1 ' J 1 , ' .. Y :' 'G V uf' E R CLARKSON B S rn Edur-atron Ohro Northern Unrversrty M A Mramr Umversrty WAYNE W PHILLIPS B S rn hducatron Bowlrng Green Unrversrty General Scrence STANDARD OF EDUCATION Mathematrcs Scrence Industrral Ar ts Commerce SUPERINTENDEN T Mr F R Clarks n has just finrshed hrs s cond year as supe rntendert of the Sycamore School Strorg and determrned rn actron keen and rnturtivc rn choosrng hrs polrcres Mr Carks n has the admrnrstratron runrrng smoothly and efhcrently As the result of hrs efforts many new rdeas and organrzatrov-s have made therr appearance wrthrn our school A contrnuous and progressrve program cf currrculum burldrrg has been carrred out under hrs drrectron New courses have been added Increased effort has been made to gurde the mdrvrdual puprl to the proper course of study Mr Clarkson has drrected some of hrs erre gres to the rerovatron of the school burldrng It has had extensrve reparrs parntrng and refinrshrng We owe much to Mr Clarkson He rs always our frrend r ady to act in the manner whrch he sees best b neflts us We feel sure that some of hrs run councrl and trmely advrce some cf hrs effort to drrect us will result rn our pr rmanent contrrbutron to post rrty PRINCIPAL As prrncrpal of the school Mr Wayne Phrllrps for two years has been ardrng the students to find therr arm rn lrfe We all rem mber th se vrslts to hrs ofhce ard those rnformal drscussrons of our problems and hrs rnsprratronal advice In our Industrral Arts department we know hrs rnstructron has b en f-'ficrent and strmulatrng Surely some of the rdeas and rdeals we pass cr to you who wrll follow are the frurts of Mr Phrllrps earnest effort . 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C .,r . . . . . , b CHEMISTRY LABORATORY Our future screntrsts are recerxrrg therr first trarnrng rn the clenrstry d partrnent I'he students exn rr nc t vsrth the more srrnple types of expe rm nts at the b grnnrng of the course arrl Iinrsh up by workrng unknowns Thrs V1 Jes the pu prl a practrcal knowledge of Chernrstry INDUSTRIAL ARTS LABORATORY In'ustrral Arts Lab ratory sounds dressed up for the name of a shop but that rs what t s In Indust ral Arts Laboratory the boys learn to tlrrnk each problem t rough whethe rt b rn Mechan rcal Drawrng or VVood Shop Everyone learrrs to cooperate be corrsrderate arrd courteous to others Bsrdes th bry all p ove btneficral later rn lrf HOME ECONCMICS LABORATORY The Home Economrcs Departm nt rs that part of the school devoted teachrng Hrgh School grr's the nonre a ts and the home problems Thrs course has a great carry ox er to adult lrfe Most grrls sooner or later mal: homes and apply thrs knowledge to wry good adxantage COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Along wrth the growrng trerrd toward wocatronal and occupatronal trarnrng a commercral department was establrshed rn our school rn the fall of 1938 The sub jects offered under the supervrsron of Mrss Wrlson and Mr Phrllrps are Begrnmrref and Advanced Typrng Shorthand Busr ness Trarrrng Busrness Spellrng Busrness Arrthmetrc and Busmess Law These courses provrde trarnrng for the students who are forced to seek employment after graduatron and also furnrsh background and preparatory courses for those who plan to enter college or busrness school EDUCATION UNDER FAVORABLE CONDITIONS " ' ' ' ' ' . . 1, 1' ' e- A . 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D 1 3 - STUDY HALL In thrs room every puprl IS busy get tlrg assrgnments and preparmg lessons for the next class or for the follow mg day M st students are successful 111 budg tlng thelr txme so that they are ab'e to get two or three lessons and thus lessen the amount of work they wall have to do at ll0ITlF evenings LIBRARY The lrbrary two years ago was moved from the cffice to the study hall and after the czmstructlon of new shelves and the careful catalogumg of the books we can now be proud of thls part of our scho l Two llbrarlans each period un de th dlIECt1OI1 of MISS Motter super vrse the dxstrlbutron of the books Smc he schedules of the llbrarlans va 5 there are cften more than two gn s on dutv ror he same p6Il0d durmg dlfferent days of he week added to the lrbrary ard recently a nevx volume of Websters Unabrrdged Dlctlon ary has been purchased We are amrmg to add new books each year and provrde educatlonal as well as entertamlng readmg rnaterlal for all students ln hrgh school BUSSES These busses and drlvers are on the Job live days a week makmg two trlps dally The boys and glrls are picked up at thelr front door m the mornmg and are let off at the same place ln the evenmg The busses cover the entire school drstuct Wh1ch cons1sts of fifty square rnlles We are proud to own thls fine fleet of new busses and everyone IS dolng hrs part to keep them lo klng nlce Drlvers C Moore R Klanss M Lorah R L Dunlap Wm 1N1 bel C A Re d Roy Grlbben PROVES TO BE OF ADVANTAGE ,C . V . . 'I V . ,. V . - r- e ' - ' '. , - t ' " ' r ', A - I . ,Z , t I. 4. . t . This year a number' of books have been ' v I, . . . . - -' - . , . L.. . A. FACULTY. .THE GUIDING INFLUENCE MISS MISS MISS MISS ODER XX ILSONI FETTER LAUGHEY MOTTER THE HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY FLF KI' 0ln F ODEI B S IH ELIUCIIIOH Vhttenbelg College Ohm State UIIIVCISIIQ Muslc F1 QIIITVIX Aclube A B Degree Olno Nomtheln UHIVCISIIQ C lumbxa Uruvelsxty Commelce Physxcal ELIUCEIIIOII Semor AKIVIQPI RK HARD D FETTFR B S ln Educauon Ottexbeln College Scxerce Physlcal Fducatmn B S m Educatlon Bow mg Green UHIVE slty Ol"lO State Umversltv Hlstory Home Economlcs .Tumor Adviser IQABEL MOTTER A B Degree Ohxo Northern UDlV6ISlty English Latm Sophomol e Advlsel S , MR. . VIRGINIA VVILSON MARJORY CAYGHEY AND GUIDING HAND OF YOUTH THE GRADE SCHOOL FACULTY First Grade EUNIC E I ST KI T- I. Two Year Diploma Bow ing Green Unrwersrty Second Grade RUBY EDNA PRICE Two Year Diploma Bowling Green Unrversrty Third Grade FRANCES MESNARD Two Year Diploma Bqwlrng Gre n Unrvers tv Ohio State Urrversrty Fourth Grade KATHERINE GRIBBEN Two Year Diploma Ohio Northern University Fifth Grade DORIS SNYDER Two Year Diploma. Ashland College Sixth Grade GLADYS LEA Two Year Drplomm Bowling Green Unrversrty Seventh Gr ade VFI MALEE BUFSS B S In Education Ohio State University Eighth Grade NIARY V TUTTLE A B In Education Heidelberg College Ohr State Urrversrty Seated Miss Lea Miss Prrc Mrss Snyder Miss Mesnard Standing Miss Grrbben Miss Tuttle Miss Buess MISS Stalter .ta 1 , vw. . . , . r . . . r . . ' ' I 1 A A JL , , , Bowling Gr-een University P 1 A ' 1 - . A nv A . , . ' ' .' A ' - ' . . ' FIRST GRADE tlon Babcock Shell house Moran Clrng man Smxth Hedges Weaw er Row 2 Muller Young Barth Moy er Hamm Ingersol Zellner Gregg Norms Buxton Adams Mlller Row 'S VVIUKIIIS Hrll Glles Bogard Reed Barth Swerllne Klalss Hardmg Qhellhou s e Shook Muller Walton Row 4 Mrss Stalter teacher Holman Shrl der Geary Konkle Mann Luman Rledel Harper Shelt Bell Supt Clarkson SFKOND GR KDF Roxx 1 Mxers Daw son McFwen Murrax Toolew Lee Heck Mc Qulstxan Clmg m a. n Miller Walton Hou Z Stox er Phll lips Bell Waffner May Mlller P11 melw Shook Rledel Orr Solze Babcock Ron 3 Mlss Prlce Toolex Cram ford J Gregg Hufford Thomp son Parker FIRST GRADE The opemng day of school IS quite an excrtmg experrence for the cmldren who a e just b gmmnff therr school lxfe For some lt IS a trrne cf happy enthusxasm for others It IS a tlme of trmrdrty It takes several weeks tor all to entfr fully mto the spurt of scfrool hfe but rn tlrn al are gettmg alcng happr y together The mam purpose of our school l1fe IS to secure an tducabon SECOIND GRADE The second grade IS one of the finest years of trarnrrg for boys and grrls They have had enough taste of school llfe to make them eager to go cn and und out more about It They are anarous to have new exoerrences to see ard t y many drlferent thmgs They are apprecratrve of what rs done for them and show a greater wrllmgness ard desrre as they go about thelr work They have not become self consclous and have not yet developed the undesuable rndlgrant and mdtperdent attrtudes Thelr llves are strll very plastlc and fine threads of character wh ch help to shape therr future destxny can easlly and UPCOIISCIOUSIY me woven each day BUILDING A SOUND FOUNDATION l . 1 ,1 V - 1 I n - . , , I if v u 1 ' . . 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Row 1 - Orr McQnis- THIRD GRADE The thrrd grade boasts an enrollment of 38 nmeteen boys and nmeteen grrls Thrs group of youngsters IS very actlve and shows much promrsv of bkma an outstandmg hlgh school group FOURTH GRADE Tc the fourth grade goes the honor of havlng the largest enrollment m the school Twenty ooys and twenty seven grrls make up the class roster Fhrs IS an actlve mterested group whose members are proud to be a part of Sycamore Vrllage School THIRD GRADE Row 1 H a n n u m Buharp Hufford Stnv er Rudy Lundy Lkle berrx Roberts o w o 1 r Holmes Montz Brents Reed Jones Chester Walter Row 3 Solze Bah Lock Konkle Hushour Baker Has ner Beard Solze Geary Ludurg Orr Row 4 Phlllrps Wal ton Holman Cllngman Stuckew Bell Bofzad Shaffer Roelle M 1 S. s Mesnard teacher POI RTH GR ADF Row 1 Hamm Dretz C h e s t e r Hushour Roush Wnlhams Han num Reed Chester Connor Nelson klllen ou 2 D a xx s o n Lon Klarss Weln mger Wrllrams Trax e .swerllne Hetael McVay Kuncy Jacob-4 Row 3 Walton Dep pcn Ekleberrw Clark son Norrrs Mo Jer Blrmely Hlll Karcher a y m a n S t e x e r Karcher Ron 4 Gregg Roelle Trwcler Orr WPIHIDX er Alford Babtotk Shoo! Stex er Rledel Ma sh Shealx Miss I rlbhen teacher FOR AN EDUCATION SUPREME , . 1 ' ' 1. D , - 1 ..,. . . . . n v . v v 1 R, 2-N -'1s, .. , - .1 v .V ' 1 , , n AJ v , . v 'V ' LY 1' 1 I- 5, . n "v ' 1 ll. , , Y v - ' rv ' . - I V H v vs Y . . 1 .. '- - . , , tv v A v -1 i. ' . . hx. V ' . wg ' J , . DEVELOPING THE MIND FOR FIFTH GRADE At the begrnmng cf the school year forty two puprls were enrolled rn the rlfth Grade Thrs group won the P T A prrze an rllumrnated globe for havmg the largest percentage of parents members by December They also won ore of the one dollar prrzes for P T A attendance In Aprll fo the chapel program they presented the plav Mrstress Mary s Garden SIXTH GRADE The srxth grade class had thrrty one puprls at the begmnrng of the school year Durmg the follcwrrg months four new members enro led In January class officers were chosen to carry on the home room 3Ct1Vlt19S FIFTH FRAD1 Ron 1 Shrld r Mar graf Dans Blarl burn Babcock Phrllm noun E lx l e I t Blackburn How 2 Myers Fr:-,.,,., our Bell Snyder Roh t Dau son 1' r 1 Fefxrx Ron 3 Mx ers Stow cr Martin Mclmwn H 1 lien 'Vhller Orr VVal ton Stevt art Huilord Fx er hart Walt un Row 4 Toolex Lu man C a v a n a u g h Young Stex er M rtnl rs Phrlllps Fassler Pr ne In man Mxss bnwler SIXTH GRADE R 0 xx I 0 u n g Hedges Walton Hmmm Chester Row 2 Curlrs Han num Margraf Harper Bugard Rank Kun V Reed W S T C Shaffer Rucker 1 ass ler Parks C' 'rw for 'l Wagner Kxrby Dah cock Weaver Row 4 H u -3 h 0 ll r Walter Ventzer Mm ter Curlvs Clarnson Chester Parker . . - . 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THE HIGHER LEVELS OF LEARNING SFX I' NTH I R SDI- Row 4 Montz Wem p.,arclner Hr-rx ner Mrn ter Hax man Exe rh ut Mrlroy Pr.-vclrr I e trd Parker Rapp Row 3 Mr-.s Buess Dunlap Long, Babcock Rxckman Ennrs Con n e r Rredel Ludxxrp., Keckler Moran Row 2 Curlrs Hay man Close Gregory Walton VVagner Hers tand Jacobs Frm ncn Row 1 Krsor Keller Klarss Adam-, Prepfg Warner Hamm Huf ford Rucker Walton I' IGHTH I R KDI' ou n der Blackburn Mxers YVernrnger Beard le W Curlrs Hufford Koehl Row 3 Lundy Klarss Bers Mesnard Qhafter Corfman Qhe lenhelm Reed Wa ner Yentzer Mrss Tuttle Row 2 Hussex Frllrs H u s h 0 ur Hussew Ylarss Harbour Mar tm Reed Walter hes or Row 1 Knrerrs rrren Bell Shellhouse Iones blgler Walter Wilton Shedenhelm Hedhes SEVENTH GRADE VVe are the class of 1944 Wh n we enrolled rn September 1938 our num ber was 49 but now rt rs 43 Carl Mlnter IS strll a member of our class although Ire has not been able to attend classes wrth us srnce January He rs dorng hrs lessons at home so that he wrll be able to enter the erghth grade wrth .rs next year EIGHTH GRADE Tlrrs rs a very peppy group of forty ore boys and glrls who are lookrng forward to one of the brg events of the year the erghth grade state test Thrs group of boys and grrls should show up well both scholastrcally and athletrcally when they get ln hrgh school ,' . 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OFFICER S Presldent Helen Robv Vlce Presl lent Forrest Bacon Secretary Ivalene Wyqs Treasurer Dorcthy Jores Flrst Row Dake Hedges Corfman Bacon Kuncy Golllng Fadley Dunlap Second Row Keller Jones Walton Hufford K Stover Beald Galyon M Stover 'Ihud Row Roush M Curhs Klrby Wyss J Curhs Roby Mark ley Stxefel Fourth Row Wagner MCQUlStl0H Waltel Margraf Klsor H111 Campbell THE FRESHMAN CLASS Laet September, 32 eager Freehmen entered Syca to the notlon that newcomers muet be humlllated were gflven the ueual golng ovel before becomlng full fledged membere of the Hlgh School Although yet green and rather unaccuetomed to the ways of hlgh Qchool Qtudents, thev are an up and Lomlng group of Fleehmen They are takmg part ln most of the hlgh school 3.CtlXltl6S and are now lecog mzed by the uppel claqses ae memberq of the hlgh 'school GRASPING THE BASIC FUNDAMENTALS . .L N . A.. T I ' . Y ' l Y ' ' 1 I - ' n p. 4 L ' more High School. Soon this same lot, uncomplaining L f 1 - P as V I . ,, . V . . Fust Rcw Kappauf Vance Melroy Hussey Karcher Hufford Metzger Hartschuh Grummel Second Row B uner Brown Riedel Koehl Fox Everhart Moole Walter Welnmger Thxrd Row Blard Mlck Ryckman Osb an J Walton Bxbler Mlnter Heck D Walton Fourth Row Adams Van Gundla Badger Reed Mmter Stalb Hayman Rank OFFICERS Presldent Dwlght Vance Vxce PI6S1ClPHt Paul Grummel Secretary Marjorle Mmtel Treasurer Vaughn Brown THE SOPHOMORE CLASS The Sophomore Class IS one of the most actlve classes m Sycamore Hlgh School Members of the class have headed the hst 1n scholastlc 3Ct1Vltl6S, havmg tlalmed the Scholarshlp Tloohy durmg the entlre year They are also noted for taklng an actlve part ln athletlcs They have two members on the Vars1ty Basket Ball team and several on the Reserve team The glrls won the mtelclass tournaments ln Soft Ball, and X olley Ball A majorxty of the class IS represented 1n vauous clubs, and actlvltles, some holdlng down re-sponslble posltlons OF ADVANCED EDUCATION . w 1 ' "' 1 1 1 v 1 1 L v - ,v ' - 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 , . -1 1 1 N v - 1 1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . . 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PREPARING FOR THE SENIOR YEAR OFFICERS Presxdent John Thomas VVarner Vlce Presldent Neal Walters Secretary Cora Belle Kaufman Treasurer Loulse Curlls Flrst Row Fadley Davis Montz Young Mlller Cavanaugh Maskey Second Row Moran Heck Paul Shealy Dake Kaufman Bacon Tlurd Row Dunlap Harper Rledel Wood Everhaxt Stover Markley Fourth Row Chester Curlis LaRue Parker Hayman Stuckey Walters THE JUNIOR CLASS The present Jumor Class IS a hearty bunch they must be for when they entered hlgh school they were recelved royally shocks of electrlclty feedlng vere only part of what they had to bear Aftel thls xx as over, however, they went on Wlth thelr chlns up The rolls of orchestra, glee clubs, Glrl Reserve, H1 Y Valslty S, and varlous other school orgamzatxons w1ll show that every Jumor IS actlvely engaged ln some worth whlle actlvlty Of the 'ten men who made up the basketball team, three of them were members of the present Junlor class VHTIOUS partles are held from time to tlme, and each day finds them busy selllng candy to ralse money lor the Junlor Semor Banquet - V . 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Y each other marshmallows and riding in baby buggies ' ' ' K 1 H I LEAVING SCHOOL LIFE BEHIND 1939 SENIORS fb OFFICERS ROBERT TUTTLE Pre lderrt HFLEN KOEI-IL Secret ry JOCFLYN S'IAIB Trea urcr CLASS HISTORY In 1927 fifty adventuresome xwunffsrers boarded the good shrp SCHOOI IIFE bfund fo the land f Success The twe xc years x hrch followed thrs start rn SCHOOL lrfe were marked wrth fine adventures rn every port some ports some of our passengers left the Svcamore lrne for other lrnes rd srrrt mrsscd the boat when rt left port Then too passen gers from other lrrres Jorned our Sycamore lrne and those who had mrssed the preceedrng boat boarded ours The first port at whrch me topped was the Erght Grad s There we spent erght years vrsrtrng the Garders of the Three Rs the Hall of Scrence the Musfum of Hrstorv 1 d many cther gardens and burldrrgs rn whrch we le rnt 1 the wonderful thrngs of the wo ld y ttrday today and tomorrow We also losr some f our fellow travelers rn that port and otrers Jorrred us In September of 1935 th rty erght pas en ge-rs landed rn Hrgh School The first place xrs red was Breshmanvrlle The Upper Classmerr gave us a good gorng over anl decrdtd to grve us a trral for we proved that we could take rt S veral of our members rerrrcscrtcd the dear old Svcamore lrne on the Barr mg Cree-rr Drs trrct Scholarshrp Team The class xr as also wall represented rn atlrletrcs th glee clubs and other actrvrtres During our stav here vse lost some members but also garned some Charles Truax was our presrdent and Frle rr Mrrter our secretary treasurer A year later there me e thrrty ersfht rn our group whrch vrsrted Port Sophomore We chose Charles Truax for our presrdent a rd J ce lvn Starb for our trea urer VVe were agarn r p resented on the Bowlrng Gre n Drst rct Scholar shrp Team 1 all krnds of athletrcs rn the clubs the Glee Club orchestra band and rrr the oper etta An Old Spanrsh Custom We agarn lost and garned members The next year approxrmately tlrrrtx four xrsrted Junror' Rldge gu ded by new p ople Nlrss VVr1s n replaced Mr D naldson as our herd rrrde Robert Tuttle was presrd rt J celyn Stfrrb was s cretary and Imogene Fva s trers fl surer Our members were active rn the old actrvrtres and rn the new actrvrtres created The c st of the operetta Carrre Comes To College c armed many from our class As usual hrstory re px ated rtself for there were several new faces and old ones drsappeared We presented the play Nlora Nobody whrch was very Well recerved rt berng the first Junror play for Sycamore 'lowards the close of our vrsrt here vet , ave a sumptuous banquet at the Frrdlay Country Club rn honor of the Seniors And now we are about to end our vrsrt to Serrortown We have found five morf members durrng the year but have lost none There are but twelve of the original fifty who tar ted rn the first grade twelve years ago that stayed wrth us all the time and are graduating wrth thrs class Robert Tuttle rs agarn our presrdent Helen Koehl our secretary and Jocelyn Starb our treasurer We are strll prominent rn all school actrvrtres Our memb rs belong to the Grrl Reserves Hr Y Varsrty S Glee Clubs Athletrc Councrl and other srmrlar orgarrrzatrorrs Fhey were represented rn the operctta And from our class We also ventured rnto new fields Several of our members were on thc Drstrrct Scholarshrp Team agarn but we also had ten on tl e Senror Scholarshrp Team Vic have publrshed the first annual of Sycamore the SIHIS besrdes supervrsrrrg publrcatron of the Arrow our school paper The jurrors ban queted us Mlay 5 at the School Audrtouum Baccalaureate Servrces were held May 14 Com mencement May 18 and the Alumnr Banquet rn May 19 We presented our Serrror play Sprrng Fever May 16 and rt was ery well recervcd And row we are done wrth the good shrp SCHOOL LIFE As we leave rt ani separate for our varrous shrps to travel over the ocean 'mf Lrfe we look back and see again those glor rous trmes we had rn our earlier travels Some of us may board COLLEGE EIFE some Exper rence and others other boa's but vue are all salrng for the lard of Success Ton ght we lfrunclr where shall we anchor " F 1 . . . 5' 1 ' . . . . . il ' 1 , Y , , . . 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Plax 4 IMOGENF EY ANS Jean ee Club 1 2 3 4 V Pre S1h1s 4 Anovs 3 4 Glrl Reserx es res Orches ra Ofhte Asslstant 3 L1brar1an 3 Class Treas 3 Class V Pres Student Count1l 2 Clas Plas JACK GOLLING Glee Club 1 3 4 Basketball 2 B ball I Varsltx S 3 4 Pres 4 Athletlc Councll 4 ROY HARBOUR Croupy Basketball 3 4 Track 2 Var 1tx S 3 4 Anon 2 3 ln a mural Champmns 4 NOBLE BARE sketball 1 2 3 HiY' 3 varsnv S 4 Softball 3 Intra mural Champlons 4 EDITH M CAMPBELL S1h1s 4 Arrow 4 Glrl Reserxea 3 Athletxc COUDCII 3 Office Assnstant 3 L1brar1an 3 4 Class Play 3 4 Softball 1 3 BEATRICE DEPPEN Entered from Tlfhn ln Semor year Office Ass1stant 4 Gxrl Reserwes 4 Glee Club 4 S1h1q Staff 4 CLAUDE EKLEBERRY Happy H Y 3 4 Baseball 3 4 r tw S 4 Intramural Champmns ANNA JANE EVERHART Tatcr Clee Club 1 2 3 4 Home Eq- Club 3 Vlce PIGS Soft ball 3 Cla-is Plax 3 4 RUTH L HANNUM Ruthxe Home Ee Club 3 CHARLES G HECK Chuck Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Sec Treai 4 Basketball Manager 2 3 4 H1 Y 3 4 Varslty S 4 Operetta Pfmd 1 2 Orchestra 2 'B Softball 4 Intramural Champxons FULLY EQUIPPED TO COPE WITH 1 , , , : , Ba . . : - . 4: .4 -, 1 . : U : . :, 5 - I - J .1 .1 Gl , 2, 3, ee. 43 " " Hi- ., K4 Se". 1' 11' k 1, ' 3 Varl qi Yi' 'A 3 1 ' Ya- ' Sill' s 43 Op -It 1, 2, 3. 4: 4 - ' f' 4 S'h'. 1 r ' . 43 ' 1, 2: ' O - , ' , 2, 3, : t'- Council 3, 4 Pres. 45 Suftlmll 3, -13 1- gt- f g 3. . 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" ' ' 4: .. , 3 ,.. 4: SE IORS CLARA LOUISE HUSSEY Gee Club 1 2 3 4 Girl e serves 3 4 Office Ass1stant 4 Home Ec Club 2 NAOMI KISOR Slugger Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Secretary and Treasurer 4 Operetta 2 3 4 SlhlS 4 Glrl Reserxes 3 4 Omce Ass1stant 3 L1brar1an 3 4 Clas Pav 3 4 HELEN KOEHL ee Club 1 2 4 Pre G1rl Reserves 3 4 V Pres 4 Office Assl tant 3 4 Llbrallan 3 Class Secretary 4 Student COUHCII 1 2 Cheer Leader '3 4 Class Plas 3 4 Operetta 1 MARGARET MELROY Peggb' ee Club 1 2 3 1r e serwes 3 4 Home Ee Club 3 JACK MICK OSSIS Glee Club 2 3 4 Baseball Man ager I 2 4 Varsltv S 4 Oper a 3 4 Slhls 4 Arrow 2 3 B nd 1 2 Camera Club 3 4 Class Play 3 4 LILA MILLER Peaches Entered from Belleulle 1 D015 1n Semor wear Glee Club 2 4 Basketball 1 2 Operetta 1 SlhlS 4 G1rl Peserves 4 Office Asslstant 4 Class Ireas urer 2 Class Play 2 1 MARY JO MCVAY J0 Entered from Eden in Semor year ee Club 1 2 3 4 G1rl serves 1 Orc estra Cheer Leader 3 S0ftb3.l1 1 2 3 Class Play 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 VIRGINIA JANE KELLER Glnny Entered from Mt Zlon ln Soph mme year Glee Club 1 2 Otfive Asslstant 3 Home Ec Club Sec 3 Librarian 3 4 GERALD KNIERIEMEN Gee Club 1 H1 Y 3 4 Base ball 2 3 4 Track ELLWOOD LFADENHAM Clem Pee Wee Leady Glee Club 2 3 4 Varsltw S 4 Operetta 3 4 Slhls 4 Arrow 2 3 4 Band 2 Cheerleader 3 4 Cam er1 Club 3 Set 4 Pres Class Plax 3 MARJORIE METZGER Glee Club 1 3 Home EC Club 3 Libiar1an 3 4 RICHARD MII LER Dxck Intramural Champ1ons 4 OPAL EILEEN MINTER Splmter Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Llbrarun 4 C'1h1s 4 Arrou 3 4 G1rl Reserxes 3 4 Sec 4 Office .Asslstant 3 Home Ec Club 'S Llbrarlan 3 4 Sec Treas 1 Cass Plax BFTTY OREWILER Glee Club 1 2 3 4 SlhlS r w 3 4 Clrl Reserves 3 L1bra11an 3 Softball 2 THE WORLD OF BUSINESS I ' I v I - R - 1. - 1, 1. 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V ' V U H D ' ' , , , 3 ". 4: Ar- . 0 ', : 1' ' ' . 43 G1 , . , , ' Re- ' 5 ' , , 23 h 1, 2: HAVING DRUNK OF THE CUP OF EDUCATION SENIORS LEWIS WILLIAM RUCKER Lewle Hooker Entered from Upper Sanduskw m Tumor year H1 Y 3 4 Track 3 4 Sihls 4 Arrow 4 Softball manager 3 4 Intramural Champions 4 JOCELYN STAIB Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Operetta 4 Slhls 4 Arrow 3 4 Girl Reseryes 3 4 Ofhce Assistant 3 Librarian 3 Treasurer of Class 2 4 Soft ball 2 Scholarship team 3 ROBFRT TUTTLE Soapy Basketball 1 2 3 4 Captain H1 Y 3 4 Pres 4 Baseball 1 4 Captain 4 Track 1 3 VAISIIN S 4 Slhls 4 Arrow 3 Athletic Louncll 3 4 V Pres 1 and Pies 3 4 of class JACK SNYDER Big Boy Varsity S 4 Cheer Leader .1 Camera Club 3 4 Arrow 2 Intramural Champions 4 CHARLES V TRUAX Slugge Entered from Washington C ln Freshman year Track manager 1 2 Varsity S 4 SIIIIS Staff 4 Arrow Staff 2 3 Class President 1 2 Camera Club 3 4 Intramural Champions 4 Scholarship Team 1 2 3 FILEEN WAGNER Glee Club 1 Home Ee Club 3 Librarian 4 PAUL WOOD Sunshine Basketball 4 Baseball 3 4 Varsity s 4 Sxhis 4 Softball 3 Intra mural Champions 4 MAE RICHARDSON Entered from Upper Sandusky ln El'll0I' 3 ear Glrl Reserwe 2 3 Home Ee Club 3 Librarian CLASS PROPHECY One morning in 1949 I arose and glanced n the mirrol low and b bold I was struck with amazement Upon examining mv features I saw that I was not at all the beauty 1 had been ten years affo This was something I could never let happen and decided at once to do somethirg about it My first thought was to visit the beauty parlor I went to Genoa and entered the Genoa Beauty Shoppe and asked for the head cosme- tician who happened to be my former classmate BELEN KOEHL. She assured me that h could make many improvements. Although my head was throbbing and the permanent was baking I could not llelp but look through several magazines which lay clos by. I found one of vital importanc named T' Gossip which contain-cl some inttxesting in- formation about the 1939 graduates of Sycamore High School The following is a copy as near as I can remember of what I read therem MARY JO McVAY with hex athletic ablhty is very much settled ln h r position as physical education teacher at Eden Eden seems to still have some attraction VVonde' Why' ' ' RICHARD MILLER th provincial school sklpper is st1'l skipping He is st1'l trying to skip through college. EILEEN WAGNER is permanently settled as a cleik in the Clover Farm Store of Syca- more. NAOMI KISOR who was krfown in her high school days .s that sweet little headache is now touring the country giving lectures in Dont Lose Your Temper . Her list of causes for temper has been compiled after many ygars of experience. THEY SET OUT TO CONQUER MARGARET MELROY that dainty one rs running a reducrng school rn Hollywood to share with others her secret of hght weight Mlghty nrce of you Margaret CLARA LOUISE HUSSEY has turned down many opportunities but due to her love for the country she has settled down and started a first class duck farm She ac quired her abrlrty rn agrrculture cass rn hrgh school VIRGINIA KELLER the provrncral p ompter rs now teachrrrg rn one of our ladrng schools She rs one of the best that Ohro State has ever had rn rts employment For the past year the Hnancrfrl .rffarrs of the General Electric Co have been running smoothly due to the capable abr rty of PILEEN MINTER She rs head bookkeeper there row If you happen rnto New York you can stop 'rt the Cotton Club ard s e ELVVOOD LEAD PNHAM and hrs Revelers He rs top notch rn bands They say you can t stay on top forev r and its tru for Clark Gab'e rs down and JACK LJOLLING rs p In fact hrs manager c'arms that hrs prctures hang rn 20000 bedrooms Fancy that The Metropolitan Opera gets better every day and why not with WELLINIGTONI BAKER Europe at the present trsh trsh BEATRICE DEPPEN rs featured thrs week at the arena rn New York Shes a figure roller skater far beyond comnare CHARLES HECK IS at Irdranapolrs thrs year Hrs nest lrttle racer rs predrcted to wrn Yes he s strll drrvrng hke a shot out of a ,un ANNA JANE EVERHART has turned down many opportunrtres but she chose a profes sion after her leart She IS now runn ng a boarding house for boys at one cf or r lead rng colleges JACK SNYDER rs strll th same Jack Todav hes strll mrrkrng people laugh their blues away rn hrs all star comedy proeram on the radro Dont mrss rt Every Sunday nrght Station FUN at 8 00 PAUL WOOD is now playing wrth the Cleve land Indians He rs their b st hrtter VN rth hrs help rt IS predicted that the Indians wrll wrn the world series If by any chance you go to Ohio State Ur r versrty and ask to see the presrd nt of the col lege rt wrll be none other than ROE HAR BOUR II AH COFFMAN rs now president of the Grrls Natrona! Basketball Team The success of the team rs due to Ilah RUTH HANNUM mrsslonary rn Chma rs re turnrng to her native courtry for a short vrsrt That good natured auburn halred happy go lucky fellow rs dorng a fine busrness rn hrs grocery store rn Mexico Yes no doubt you ve guessed rt by this trme Its nom, other than THE RICHARD BISHOP JOHN DETWILER rs now takrng Robert Tay lors place rn the movres We all know that Robert rs gettrrg old You want to be care ful Johnny MARJORIE MSETZGER IS now very nrcely set tled on a large farm east of Sycamore Che and her husband are a very happy and pros perous couple LILA MILLER who was a heart throb rn her hrgh school days IS now dancing each eve nrng at the Cccoanut Grove If any of you people are rn Hollywood look her up CHARLES TRUAX Sycamore s Great Men tal Wrzard rs now brushrrg up on hrs pol rtrcs agarn preparing to run for president rn years to come YVe ll vote for you Charles GERALD KNIERIEMEN our great vwhrstler rs the class most elrgrble bachelor yet H strll has that cute lrttle wave ln hrs harr- JOCELYN STAIB rs now private secretary to Henry Ford but recently has announced her engagement to that prominent farmer and agricultural advisor John XVyss IMOGENE EVANS who was quret and reserved abroad for the last five years She 13 now on a concert tour of the Umted States EDITH CAMBELL rs now boss over fifty grrls rn the Tootsy Wootsy Trailer factory Keep up the good work Edith The head salesman of The Trade In Store rs nore other than LEWIS RUCKER He got hrs start sellrng ads for the frrst SIHIS PETTY OREWILER the nrght owl rs strll hrttrng them off Any nrght you can see her at the preview of the latest prcture She rs STILL escorted by Danrel ROBERT TUTTLE rs strll waiting ror a war He rs a dare devrl prlot for the U S Army and he rs always out for a thrill JACK MICK car' be reached any day by simply callrng Taxr Taxr He wrll take xou for a whrrhng rrde rf you care to go but rf you are interested rn an old agr penslon I advrse you not to go CLAUDE EKLEBERRY that shy and bashful boy rs row marrred and happily settled on a fur farm They say he rs qurte a success MAE RICHARDSON is also rn the realm of school teachers They say she wrll soon retue and devote her lrfe to the one how ever They say he s from Upper NOBLE BARE rs strll the same busy body that he was rn hrs hrgh school days From hearsay I guess he rs doing farrly well rn the chrcken busrness 0 0 v . v l ' , . , '. ' . l . . -I h , , V - . , . , - . V . , . . . I . . . . lx , . A ' ' ' l ' I " ' ' v . V I - . I v Q . . . - ' A . - Q2 . . . - l . . ' AA ll ' ' :A , .4 ' ' ' ' . ' - -' h 5 ' ' rr , u , ov' 1 '1 . . A ' . I ' v rx A . 1 9 il - . , L l - - AA U ,., - ' ' ' -' - ' ' 1 S ' 1 ' IA . H - r V , A , . . , , , V, .3 I . , . . M 1 e - Q A ' 1. n r - ' ' ' t. - - Q. - Hu ... ' . , , , - - , , ' . -' ' ' , . , l I L 1 ' rf in it. The social column says he's touring in her high school days has studied music 1 . . A . . ' H IV . A . .L . I . ' y - . . . I I . . . ,, ,, 1 ' ' ' ' L . U . 'Lf . ' ' . 1 L.. . . A., I' ' ,, . . . .' r . ' i - - , - 4 ' 1' - . l . . L ' ' e . V. ' ' ' ' , 1 ' ' ' ' . Q . D ' 1 . I . , I . . ' " . ' ' - : . . N' .A .,, . 7 . . v- - v y . 2 ' , ' ' 3 ' , . V- . V . , .. . . . ' ' e - . .. . ' ' - . . . . , . V I ' as rr - .J . I . ' ' U I1 , I THE WORLD AS A WHOLE CLASS WILL We the Senror Class of Nrneteen Hundred and Thu-Ly nrne bernv sound rn rnrnd and body do herebb bequeath the under cla. smen the lol lowrng CHARLES HECK hereby wrlls hrs croonrng habrt to Drck Hufford who rs tryrng to mas ter the art RUTH HANNUM bequeaths her quret ways to Madge Chester whose tongue rs sard to be loose at both ends We hope rt helps PDITH CAMPBELL wrlls her after school dutres to Florence Davrs who Would rather stay after school than roller skate O yeah' To Julra Osborne NAOMI KISOR bequeaths her excess werght Naomr agrees that the pounds should be more evenly drstrrbuted MARGARET MELROY wrlls her abrlrty to wheel the Whrppet to Bob LaRue who rn trmes past seems to have a brt of drilicrrlty To Evelyn Harper MARY JO MCVAY wrll rngly bequeaths her athletrc abrlrtres hoprnff that soon Evelyn wrll learn that strrke three means you re out' GERALD KNIERIEMEN wrlls hrs nrckname classrf-al to Paul Moore we thrnk Paul can hold rt down JACK SNYDER very unwrllrngly wrlls hrs affectrons for Kathlyn to Horace VS, ood per to Jrm Shealy who has just started to find hrs way around HELEN KOEHL wrlls her rnabrlrty to serve a volley ball to Ruth Everhart so the Sopho moles wrll not be able to monopolrze on the champronshrp IMOGENE EVANS wrlls her posrtron as Edrtor of the SIHIS to ANYONE who rs unfortu nate enough to recerve that trtle To Vrrgrnra Badger VIRGINIA KELLFR bequeaths her nrckname Grnny The same drffererrce JACK GOLLING bequeaths lrrs dads Code of Iron Rules to Don Heck Jack thrnks some guys have all the luck OSSIE MICK wrlls hrs abrlrty to Truck on Down to Jrtterbug Dunlap CLARA HUSSEY bequeaths her attractron for out of town boys to Helen kappauf who seems perfectly satxslied wrth one from the Home Town JOHN DETWILER wrlls hrs nrckname Bob Taylor and hrs Bob Montgomery fea tures to John Cavanaugh Flare! ce wants someone Just lrke Dudwrller to go to the 40 Junror Senror banquet SOAPY' TUTTLE wrlls part of hrs b ft 2 rn to Junror Walters O yes hrs firm founda tron too RICHARD BISHOP bequeaths hrs auburn harr to Laurel Krsor rn hopes that rt MAY tone Laurel 5 down a brt BEATRICE DEPPEN wrlls her scholarly ways to Zeke Campbell She thrnks thats one way to keep hrm occupred LILA MILLER wrlls her nrckname peaches and a boy frrend to Laurabelle Markley To anyone on the annual staff of 1940 LEWIS RUCKER wrlls hrs Salesman Sam abrl rties For further rnformatron just ask Lewre CLAUDE EKLEBERRY wrlls hrs shyness around grrls to Dwrglrt Vance who has lron clad nerve ANNA JANE EVERHART wrlls her desrre to go to Upper Sandusky roller skatrng to Ruth Paul who seems qurte rnterested rn the place Drd we say place? Jean Curlrs rs bequeathed to any 1940 Sen ror boy by PAUL WOOD Pauls only hope rs that hrs next grrl frrend doesn t lrve so far away ELLWOOD LEADENHAM wrlls hrs wrtty ways to Sprke Grummel Just as rf Sprke doesn t always have an answer To John T Warner C V TRUAX wrlls hrs desrre to study and carry books home Perhaps rf Tommy had a brcycle rt mrght help EILEEN MINTER bequeaths her love for book keeprng to anyone who takes the subject for gets taken 1 A desrre to study always helps WELLINGTON BAKER wrlls hrs track abrlrtres to Donny Everhart We hope Donny can contrnue to brrng home the bacon not Jun or erther BETTY OREWILER and JOCELYN STAIB wrll therr close companronshrp to Glorra and Helen YVe are not desrgnatrng whrch one IS to be the shadow Llt Glorra and Helen battle that out ROY HARBOUR bequeaths hrs Job as shade ad Juster to Mrss Caughey rt s not that he has a prck on her just the customary thrng to do RICHARD MILLER wrlls hrs desrre to skrp school to Jrm Shealy who rs almost always here before the first bell rrngs MAE RICHARDSON wrlls her pretty brown wavy harr to Jeanna Karcher suppose the B F would lrke her any better? MARJORIE METZGER wrllrngly bequeaths her trmrdness to Margre Beard We hope Mar Jorres plan rs successful for the sake of the school ILAI-I COFFMAN wrlls her trtle as Captarn of Senror Grrls Sports to any Junror grrl who rs lucky enough to recerve rt EILEEN WAGNER wrlls her krtchen dutres to Lucrlle Hartschuh We belreve there rs method rn her madness , - , A. ts . . , . . . . , R3 - 1 ' . , . . 44 n - r - ' ' l u n . - Y -' D . . v A. D . - - . 1. v ,V 1 - . . A - . . . r 5 I - V ' . ' , . . . . I. , . ' , ' - . . . I ' . A ' . . K, -4 - vu , ' u ' va - , rl, - uv ' . . H ' 'Y . . -In ' - , . . . . I NOBLE BARE wills his frequent dates in Up- ' tl n V - i - . ' . I ' ' ' -' J . . - , ' rl ' H I , . . , ,, , . . . . !v An ' . V! ' . . . ,, . . , . .-, - .. H Q . . ' r ' ' ' . . rr ' ..fr h . . , ' - , . - . . - - .. , . . . . . . . ., . .Y ' ' - ' , WE VIEW THE ATHLETICS BOOK TWO STUDENTS SHOW GREAT INTEREST BASEBALL 193 4 38 Standmg Manager Cavanaugh M11ler Bacon Baker Coach Fetter Ekleberry Kneluemen Welnmger Manager Moore NVood TRACK 1938 Pack Row Coach Fetter Koehl Wood Dunlap Tuttle Lee naugh Varce Manager Stover Fxont Row Everhart Walton Shaffer Baker Knlenemen Cava Seated-Golling, Tuttle, Warner, Koehl, Adams, Stover, Vance, BASEBALL AND TRACK TEAMS THE BASEBALL TEAM The 11z1xe11.111 111111111.1t1e xx111e 1a11e11 out 11111111y 1 111 11 00 N ll lf 111 1ep em 111 ' 111111 . 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VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM The boye who composed thls 5631 s Basketball team Uesene a great deal of credlt They prox ed after loslng then first game that thex could come back and wln half of the lemalnlng fifteen games Ex en 1n the games we lo t the boys always played a clean hard game holdmg, the lnterest and wlnnlng the respect of then large fol l0XVlIlg The seasons games Qhow a total of Qexen game xon fox Sycamole and nme for oul opponents The Wlldcat sp1r1t was nearly shattexed by the loss to 113.113 tex bx a score of 26 to 24 but due to the vsork of Coach Fettel and Captaln Tuttle the team Was able to bleak mto the wln column agaln As we approarhed the county tournament we 1elt th it we could vsm the champlonshlp We had defeated lmst N631 s champlone and gn en the better teams of the county xely cloee gamee Wlth thle ln mxnd we entered the tournament onlx to lose the first game to Whalton the undefeated Green Dragons In the COY'lS0l2ltlO11 pl is off we met Marsellles and defeated them The second game of the consolatlon wafs plax ed wlth Harp tu xx ho defeated us attel 1 hettlc battle LDDQI Sanduskx Melmole Scutth Alumnl Attlca Hazpster CAILV Eden New Wa VK e TheN 9 W halton Vanlue T12 M31SGlll6S bloomdale Salem f TOURNEY Haxpqtex Marselllee shxnf ton Wharton RESERVE BASKETBALL TEAM The Reseue texm was 1 Wllllllllg' one composed mostlv of Freshmen and Sophomoles These boxs vs ele successful Ill vwlnnlng., 10 out of 15 games Vie haxe omg great m 1te11al ln th1s squ rd 1nd we expect to put out 1 good te im fol neict season e They Eden New Washmgton Vanlue Nex ada Mal 8911168 I loomdale S :lem Upper Sandusky Melmore Lvkens 'VIcCutehenx1lle Alumnl Attlca Hal pster Carev 14 VK e Thy BASKETBALL SHOWS V .' VV lil' ' .' ' A I' 15 24 ' - ' 20 26 ' 35 11 28 26 Lykens 28 19 Nevada 25 16 - - 8 23 1 ' 41 24 ' 20 22 ' . , 31 32 ' -' 24 17 f 25 2.1 ' ' 1 1 26 27 1' -1. 22 34 - . ' 26 28 36 12 - ' . 28 21 ' . ' ,r 19 2-1 20 28 W ' 9 ' s 3 16 27 26 17 1 29 8 . ' 26 17 , s 12 9 20 13 1 - Y' 6 25 Y' 22 9 ' 17 44 ' '. ' , 38 11 ' 21 23 1 15 31 ' s 32 24 2 , 25 11 Y AR WIT! Inst Row Baker Dctwllcr Capt Tuttle Gollmg XR amex Second Row Coach Fetter XValte1 Wood Moole Bacon Xance Manager Heck Fnat Row Gxummel Reed Huifoxd Kr ICIIGITIGII Stox ez bccoud Row Coach Fettex LaRue Phxlhps Ex exhalt Haz muv Managex Shealy SPECTACULAR SEASON. v Y . K ,' . ir .' ' .Y I A ' ' y 7 .' 'U lu hr v I y v Y - RESERVE 'll ' . v '. 7- 'I . ' '. - v FUTURE STARS OF THE HARUWOOD COURT ll N IOR HIGH Sxttm Warner Hamm Slgler Lundy Yeltzez 1 Fcttez Huffoxd Beald Evezhalt Vkemmgel Myes b0F'l' BXI L Second Row Haxbou Heck P1111 lpS Dunlap M1l1e1 'lhud Raw Shealy Ewudlt LaRue Mortz Cwa h F Lt 1 U v,' V ' ' g-- ' ' . . 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IT S SOFTBALL FOR SPEED EXCITEMENT JUNIOR HIGH BASKETALL 'lhe Jllnlol IIl2.,l'l lows tlke glblt lntelest lll thls Sp0It It 18 the Llllk elcpellenle th It mlkes l good team ln l'1tel .XCAIS lnd thls gang, seems to know lt lhev won sex en out of elght glmes plax ed It must be l l'1'lQl'T1lJE,l9Cl th it the Vllslty ind RCSGIXQ squads used the D1 lctlce flool much ot the tlme NVe thlnlc the ILIHIOI Hlgh boxs h ue 1 xely commend lble ICLOI d Sl HI' DI I I' Oppor ents We They Lv kens Eden M3.ISQ1ll6S Nevfld 1 Lykefls Cflrey C uex 11 THE SOFTBALL SEASON Twenty lJOVs lesponded to Coflch Fettel s cflll 101 1 soft blll telm llst Septembel M lnx ol them YVLIL vetel ms hom p16VlO1ls ye lls 'md some NVBIG, 100kllN Attel 88191 ll weeks of pl1Ct1CQ the boys begln to sholx the Qmooth COOI'Cl1I1 ltlon that goes to make up 21 te2zm Phe seaeon wls rflthel llmlted because of bad xx Qdtlltl and as fl result only two glmes wele play ed The Ill t g'1me wlth Nevqdl wls fl fight to the flnlsh but the W1ldCdtS were defelted 5 to 3 The second and llst gflme wlth Iykens w I8 l lthel in e lsy one 'ls the te 1111 L,lIT1LlIl1l0Llf.,l'l wxlth flung colors wlth 'l SLOIC ot 4 to 2 Q Q . x . 1 . r 3 2 E r in . -XS . s '. 12 ' ' .I 1 " 2 'I 2 2 ls 2 f ' . c ' ' ' If 2-I .ll H rc ru .ll 2' V ". 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ATHLETIC COUNCIL 111 111.111 11ef111e 1110 411111111 111111111 has F11 1 'W121111Qlf1 111 11.11111.1 1 .1111 111 111e 111111111 1 .11111 ' IN 1111111111 IN 111.11 11 1111 11 111 1 1s1111 1 1 Pe 111 ' .11 11111 .1111 11 JICNCII .1111Cs 11 1.11 1 1 .111 .11111 te. 111 111 m.1111 .11 1X1 1 lx 11111111111-11 111111 1121111111111 1111 11 11-1111111111 1111 11.11 1111.1 1 11.111111 As .1 11su1t 111: 111 1 1111 11111 1111111111011 1111181111 111111411011 dLDfil11TIQ11 1111 11121111 1I61J81I11I f111111111.11111 11111-19111 1112 1.111 111111101 1111111 1111 11.111 111 11111 NC 1111 CHEER LEADERS 11 11111 1111s.1111 1.11 11 11111 Lz1mN 11111 ILN lx 1 .1111111111 .11111 1111111 of su1111o1 111 1111 1 111 111131 11.111 1111111 11 11111 1111 1 111111 ea 1111 1111 111c1 1 1 KNQ 1 -1 . 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T11 - 1-11 -1 ' 111-1111-1'.' 11'e1'1 .- 1't6l1 11' 11211' 1. 11 '11111 h'1'1 1 '1'1' ' 11-11 1111" 1' 1: ' 11 ' '1111- ' ll.. V, . - 1, . I. 1, ,S A ' . ' ' ' - 1 111' 11 111131 1 -1 s 1 1s ' 1 ' 11151 T11' , '1111' '11 11" 1 111' 11' 1' - 111" 1 -1- 1111- 1 - " 1 11' 11' .2 avi' v' 4 . , I 2 .t lx. .ft lv 1 1. 1 ATHLETIC COUIN CIL Stcond Row Vance XValte1s Warner Tuttle D6tW1l6I Gollmg LHEER LE -XDERS Koehl Mlck Leadenham Snydm FINANCIALLY AND MORALLY 1 1 First RowfHufford, Fetter, Mick, Wilson, Clarkson, Kneiriemen Sycamore may be well known for lts IH ramuial sports The boys have been playing much volley ball SIHCQ school began and many have become skilled at the game When cold vseather set ln the ping pong equip ment was taken from storage, and the game then started. Many of the school's students took advantage of the new tennis courts that were erected last spring, and some play a masterful game. Coach Fetter has introduced many new games to the physical education classes, and they have brought much amusement. Tumbling is ana other sport that has proved very popular during the year. Our new shuffleboard court in the basement offers a great deal of enjoyment to both boys and girls. INTRAMURAL SPORTS AT SYCAMORE BOY'S INTRAMURAL SPORTS GIRLS INTRAMURAL SPORTS Under the able superv1s1on of MISS W lson the gn ls hwe taken actlve part 1n many sports durlng the past year An opportunlty was QIVQH to every glrl IH school to paltlclpate 1n some spolt outsxde the regular physlcal educatlon classes Tournaments were conducted IH soft ball and volley bull The up and comlnfr Sophomores managed t In the 1nd1v1dual sports plng pong was popular enough to demand a tournament Shuffleboard was played late ln the year and tennls was popular ln season Thls IS the f1r t vear that a very extcnslve progr am of physlcal educatlon and recleatlon has been conducted for tfe glrls and we feel It has Justlfied 1ts place ln the school plovram The gnls have enjoyed the games and have evldenced thls bv thelr SJIYIIL of cooperatlon md sportsmanshm A VOLLEY BALL GAME VILLAGE GAINS IN POPULARITY 1 . - fl .D l 0 climb to the top in both tournaments. l LETTERMEN'S ORGANIZATION A SUCCESS 1st Row Mr Fetter DEUKIICF G 0 l l 1 n g' Wemmger Kmerlemen Baker Warner VS al ters Vance Tuttle 2nd Row Muck Har o u r Bare Lac n Phllhps Snw der Heck Everhart 3rd Row Grummel W o 0 d Truax Lax a n a u g h Ekleberrx Moore Shealy Stox er Knerlemen THE VARSITY "S DUIIHW the past year due to the demands of the etudents of our school a meetmg of all the lettermen was held and It was declded to olganlze at once Officers To become a membel of the Varelty S one must ill be a student of Sycamole Hlgh School C21 have earned hls varslty letter as prescrlbed by the Athletlc COUHCII and C31 haue taken a pledge of the club It lb desued bv the club to cultnate good sportsmanshlp brotherhood ldeals of cltlzenshlp and to Uwe proper lespect to the faculty and school admlnlstratlon Oflicers elected fol the year were Presldent lack Gollmg V108 Presldent John Detwller Secretary 'Ireasurer John Thomas Warner Athletlc Councll Rep lesentatxve John Detwller News Reporter Wellmgton Baker ,L b ' I. W . Y' 0: if 1. 7 I Z3 ' 9 were elected and the name Varsity "S" was selected. , ' as H 1 . , 1 ' , Q ' . ." . Q . 7 . u 7 Y 7 D 1 : . , f I y I ' . . . . 9 1 ' i Y I 3 WE VIEW THE ACTIVITIES BOOK THREE GROUPS SHOW TENDENCIES QII-IIS STAFF S1tt1ng LEWIS Rucker Typrt Welurdton Bak r' Athletlc Ed1tor Paul XVood Assxstant Ath1et1c Edltor John Detwller Assrstaut EJ1 tor Imogene Evans Echtor M Phrllrpe Adv1 sor Jocelyn Stalb L1tera1y Echtor Bettx O 0 wller Typ1St ARROW STAFF S1 rng B tv Orewler 'l o r Robe Tuttle Soorls Ed1tn1 Ex elvn Harper Assrstant Edrtor Jocelyn Stalb Edrtn M1 WVl1SO'l Ad vrsor John D tw1'er Assrstflrt Rwmess Mana gel Echth Lampoerl ty lst Stardmg Charles Truax Cmrculatmg Man ager Jack Mlck Feature hmtor Lick Golllng A sstant Busmess Manager Robelt Tuttle Bw ness Manager E1'een Mmter ACLIVIIIBS Eert r Ed1th Campnell Ass1 tfnt PKLIXIUCS E ltO Be tr1ce Depp n Asslstart C11c1,1at1n Ma ager Illa M11 er' AdV6ItlQlI'1g E111 or and Typ1st Naom1 Klsor Assrstant Lrterary Fflrtor Standmg Lewls Rucker Machme Opera tor John T omas YVarne1 ASi1StaDL Q1 orts Edx tor John Cavanaugh Macmne Operato Jack N1 k Buslness Mnnager E1lee Mrnter I1te1 ry Fchtm Imfm exe Evans AC11XltlC Edrto Co a, Belle K u'1nan Ass1stant Act111t1e Em to Florenc Dav1s and Helen Kapo uf Jek s and Features L A - , l L - . . . , ,. . 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A 1 L 4, . . .J . 1 1 Lf v ' v- . .0 - f, '. fs V., ., La. , -1 TOWARD FUTURE LEADERSHIP THE SIHIS STAFF L1st year the Jumors became mterested 1n the publlcatlon of an mnual Thls lntexest grew untll thls Nelr when Senlols thelr dlexms mltellllllcd A Senlol meetlng w 19 L llled ln Noxembel It whxch t1me It was declded to publlsh 1 ye xr book At 1 lzter meetmg, capable staff membexb wexe chosen to assxst oul advlsor M1 Phllllps The staff after much consxd eratlon approxed the nlme SIHIS suggested by Coach lfetter Phen for the next sexeml months plpers type NVI'lt81S cameras subecrlbers xdxertxsers btaff md xdueor wae kept busy When all wrxte ups XVQIL IH the proper form and ordex and all p1ctu1ea were taken the engravlnge vxele Qent wlth the dummy and other neces sary mfolmatlon to the prmtmg company to be punted After the book had been prmted It ww is sent to the bxndery And now fuends behold The that publlcatlon of THE ARROW STAFF Th1s IS the th11d year for Sycamore s achool paper Phe flret Vear It was known as the Syc a h1 The Qecond ye xr a more fittmg name Arrow was adopted as 1ts home 18 IH the m1dst ot old II'lCl11I1 terutory Phe paper w is much 1FI1Dl0V9Cl upon IH content tozm prmtmg' md Lnculatwn Thls year the Senlols declded to c nry on the pub llSl'1lIl0' of the paper Senlors hold the mam ataff pow 'IOHS w1th Junlols actmg as assxstants Our 9ClltOI' IH chlef was aseltant ed1t0l last year and our aeslstant editor thls year w1ll be promoted to the office of edltor ln chlef next ye xr The school board thought a copy ot each lssue should be ln the h mds of exery fdmlly lepre sented Ill school so thev :greed to fulmsh zll matellals md exch fam1ly each school bond member md mtcr e ted outs1ders IQCQIXQ a copv of the Anon 2. 4' . s 1 C C o s L . v 4 ' Q. 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' s z ' , a 1'- S Y' 1 v ' . c , 3 Q- y BOYS GLEE CLUB The txxentw erght membere of the Boys Glee Club haxe worked hard and accomplrxhed much durrng the season under the drrectron and Qupervrsron of Mrss Oder They haxe kung at the Crestlrne rnd Harpster' fc str xalq and hfrxe also t rken Dart rn the progr rms of Qex errl Parent rnd Terchers meetrngs The ofhcerx of the glee club rre Prexrdent John Detxxrler Xue Presrdent John Thomrx VVrrner Sure trrx Treuurer Charles Heck Assrstant llrrutor John lletxxrlcr lrbr rrrin Jack Wink GIRLS GLEE CLUB The Cl1lS Clee Club Lonxrstrng ol thr tx one mem grrrle hare worked xerx hard under the able drrectron of Hrs Oder' and hare progrewed r rprdlx Ther hare sung at Nexeral Parent and Teacherx -Xa ocratron meetrngs and haxe partrcrpated rn the fextrx alx held rt Creqtlrne and H rrpster Tne olhcers for the pr t xerr were Presrdent Helen Koehl Xue PreQrdent Imogene Exam Secre tus Trerxurer Waomr Kreor Assrstant Drrectors Imo gene EX ana and Jonelxn Starb Lrbr rrrana Erleen 'llrnter and Iourxe Curlr VOCAL STUDENTS FIND ENJOYMENT 9 v v . 1 ' v', L' Y L L K Y 1 1 - . 'sw -' 1 1 ' V. '1' .Nw u y by - L1 ' A 2 4 Q S if '- ' . C ' ' U 2 A ' ' ' 'Q . '1 z z ra - 'J' ' fc. ' .3 V 7- . 2 ' - w' 3 , .: , , 25 2. .:l ,..- 2 xv- 12 K. 1 3 -, I , L. 1 guyz- . ' - 1 1 -, Y I. ' l.' I 1 I ,'..' Q T h ll' .Y' A ' bers, has been very actrve during: the past year. The ' v K v N v - x v . V . fx . ' . ' A in 4 4 ' 1 'Q uf nz . Y v v . . w v , f - -7 w I 'I v , H . I v 1 Q I n I f n C A . ' ' as j 2 ' ' 3 , n Y' , s . v . , . , . , J- 1 -v- 1 . . - . ' ' - --'V 1 ' 1 c 8 c. , . L , .. . .,, - 'l v 4 1 Y r ' s I Ou v'g ' . n . . W . , 1 ., A f . r Q' ' S. 2 F BOYS GLEE CLUB Row 1 Mxss Oder Bland Hedges CUIIIS Bacon Golhng Cnummel Stover Rank Huffoxd Louxse Cuzlls P1 llilbt Heck Bakel Stucky Moore Row 3 Hussey Golllng Reed Caxanaugh yVe1n1nge1 Mwk Stover Fox Walton Fadley Knleuernen GIRLS GLEE CLUB Row 1 Mlck Jones Stalb Mxllel Kuncy K1sor Karchex Margxaf Kappauf Vkyss Melvoy Van Guncha Wdlfels Besud Row 2 Mxss Odel Osborne Mlntex Vkalton Cuxhs MQ Qulstxon Kuby Evexhaxt Evans McXay Mmtez MQIIOQ Koehl Parker Harper Deppen Ingman Row 3 Rledel Adams Gaylon Haxtschuh OFPVVIIQY itaxb Metzger Stlefel Dunlap Hussey Koehl Chester fbifman Curhs 'young Roby Heck H111 IN THESE FINE ORGANIZATIONS . . , . , 1 ' ' 'ie 4- 1K2 'L. ,ff."w. ff. L. ', ur' - e fy A 1, .. ., W N -.. 1 avi A r ,, I V .... ' ' I Y I 1- - . ' ' 'r 1 u 1 v v 1 lf - Row 2-Bibler. VVa1ner, Detwiler, Bacon. Montz, Everhart, v '- 1 ' M' . V , . . A . Dv 1 . . l 'hh - I . 1 I ' V- - ,- . , .,,. . . I Iv A v v ' 'W' I 1 v y ' A' 4 l .1 5 b v 1 ' v V Y H Iv -'X v 4' v ' V v v D - .MUSIC AND DRAMA FINDS THE ORCHESTR A Sxttlng Jones Grummel Hedgee Rank Nestol Evfms V-1nC,und1a Qtanclmg Ryckman Moore Heck Baker Blbler C Cuxhs B ll NTIOR PL -XY Stamllng Mlss Motter Cavanaugh Xvaxner Harper Mlller KDIEIIC men Heck Evezhart Curlxs Paul Mabkey Young Seated Moran Shealy Coffman LaRue F ' 47' v I v v 4, . 'v f A I v - Curlis. Detwiler, Miss Oder. I 'L A . . ' 1 r "' ' n v v - HEARTS OF THESE STUDENTS ORCHESTRA Many trmes durrng, thrs sehool you the orehestrr has entertarned rt x xrrous retrwrtres such as the P T A nreetrngs at pl rvs rn ehapel and the Communlty Instr tute One out st rndrng exent was the Countx Musre rl Iestrxal held rt Hrrpster rn whreh rt took 'rn retrxe part Mlss Oder should be eommended tor the Qplendrd svn rn whreh she hrs eorrdueted thrs group md the school ls proud ot thrs org, xml ltl0I1 THE JUNIOR PLAY The Junror fllss on December 15 1918 presented 1 three ret comedy entrtled Aunt Trllre Goes To Town lhe actron of the play centered around the eccentrre old mard Aunt Trllre who suddenly Wert modern The plot became xery complrcated as the plav pro ressed but rt turned out 'rs all comedree do for the best In the last ret all rssumed therr normal Ines The tollournge JllIll0ls under the drreetlon ot Mrs Nlotter presented the eomeds Exelwn Harper 'VI rdge Chester Je lnree Mor rn M rry Mfrskey Cora Belle Krut Robert I 1Rue lohn 'l W rrner James She rly John Lavanaugh Lourse Curhs Ruth Paul Aunt Trllre Lucrnda Talbot Pamela Marsh Lrzzre Prrson m Ellen Neel rnd Ron rld Howlrnd I uther I orrrmer Merwrn Tucker Charlre One Lung Mm Trllre Tucker Dr Hattre Brng, All ofthe Junrors helped the play to be the suec 1 s that ls wrs rneludrng the stage managers prompters ind those rn eh argue ot the treket sfrles k l xkw 1. 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THE HI Y The H1 Y of Sxc1mo1'e H1gh School has mst been -1 nexxlx fo1med o1g1n1zat1on eetabh hed agun afte1 1 IIDSQ of sex e1al xears The purpo e of thu mganlzatlon IS to cle 1te mfun tfun and extend throughout the school and commumty l1gh standardx of Chrlstlan Lh11'1Cter xportwman h1p nd school Splut The club ofhceu are ax follows PlGS1Cl9I1I hobelt 'luttle XICQ P1es1dent Jack Qtutkex Seuetux John Det111le1 T161 u1e1 Ge1aldlxn1e11emen Chxplun Paul Glummel 5xClXlSOl M1 Phllllps GIRL REQERVES e Gul Resene fllll ct SYLIYIIOIL H1 h S hoo 1 lx 0I2Idll1l8Cl Ill the l1ll of 1931 111 1 1 X 1121 ll I mn L 1c 111 111 thntx o memben 111 thl new dub e club lllilll ltx suoncl Xeu 111 thn llll 1 4 me membele The Clll Re tue C lub IS 1 lllX1N10H of the lN1t1on1l Ioung 'NK omnn Ch11st1 111 ASNOLlcIt1OIl It 1 IEjI1NtL1Lll 16 N ltlflllll ht ulqu utus 1 evs Xllllx 111 T 1 al 'Women l tu 1 C Ll 1 e epon o of t N 511 11fw1n111t1on 1 Qlulm ls groxelned lax 1 Contltu Ol v.11tten r1t1fiecl 1nd vgned bx the membux T e club ofhcnlx 11e IS follows Plexldcnt mo fene Exfms Xue Pluldent Hqlen lxoehl Suutux l1leen NI1nte1 TILiNLllbl Bettx OlbXK1lLF AllXlN0l we Laugrhu EACH INDIVIDUAL STRIVING TO . .- sv 2 . my 1. my . ' L' ' ' 2 ' ' . 's 2' ' 2 .2 Q .1 ' ' j ' S V . . . 1 2 , C. - , . :1 ' 1 1' 3 3 ,I ' 1 2 '. , S, 11 - s ' , 21 ' J 1 .Q F ' vin: v S' , TI 4 I L " - B-' v . V K 1 lv: I 1. I .x., ' v' . ZS . ., . 7 ' Q' I 2 2: v . , 1 . , . .. . Th " .1 'L 1' j'z '1 'gf fs. l .va 3 ' ' ' 1 'z .I ' "th Mk' 7' ' '1 '21 -Yilsc as th 1 club z l "nor, TI111 1 1111111 " Q- nc ' 1 s 1 ' 1 . Th 1 .1 Q 31' ja" 1 'z o' 19215 with 21 new ziclvisor. Miss Mz11'jo1'y Cziughey. and thirty- 1" s,11' T 2 ' 1 le ' z Y ' 1 's ' 'z ' . 's ' 1'1 at tl ' z 1: z' at N 1 1' 1' h1 loc' ' 'S 1i 1 '21'y '111 's th J s 1' ' ' hls f'1'ls' 1 5- 'zz ' . The 1 ' ' ' j 2 ' ti 1 h 1 "'2.'2'x2.' ' '1." 1 ,I - ire . " H: 1 , 44 ' 1 Q- A ' .1 .us ., .7 5 tv .1 ,- , 3 .' Mm. ,' 1-I. HIY S ated Heck Detw11er' Bare Bacon G Kmerlemen Baker Tuttle Shealy L Knlerlem n R Stover Second Row Ryckman Moore Stuckey Ek'eb rry Phxlllps VVood Mr Phlllxps Thlrd Row Rucker Glummel Hufford M111er LaRue Peed K Stover GIRL RESERVES Seated R1edel Everhart Mlck Heck Campbell Kuney Jones Secord Row MISS Caughey Deppen Klrby Paul NIcQu1st1on Evans Koehl Hufford Mlntel Parker M lrov Thlrd Row Maskey Adams CUFIIS Beard J CIHIIS Olewnler J Stalb Dunlap Stlefel Chester Kappauf .DHVIS CONTRIBUTE TO THE OTHER'S WELL BEING C f . . . I 5' 1 V 1 V ' ' V V ' b , . ' ' C , . . .. Q V - ' ' . i V X I V U V V '5' V ' N T . V I 1 . v V 1 ' V V Miller, Moran, Dake, Kisor, G. Staib. Hussey, Hill. A 'T I 1 V . V V - Elf ' V V 1 ' l . .V .V V e ' . T , , Q , , . I v . lv 0 . v v . v 'V 1 r ' .PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE I IPL -XRIANS Bust Row Markley Walter VanGund1a Moran Parker Huffod Evans B uner Second Row Mws Motter Rledel Walton Mlnter Osboxne Koehl Campoell KISOI Harbour Young get H111 Campbell OFFICE' GIRLS 141 st Row E Mmter Koehl M1l1er Husg y Markley Second RON Coffman M Mueter Beald Deppen CIIIIIS M01 an J I ,A Third Row-Keller, Chester, Maskey, Jones, Kirby, Wagner, Metz- "r 7 . ' , , ' , ee . ' . IS THE BEST TEACHER LIBRARIANS Ithmcl tht Lillllltbl xxn flllll txxo gnlx Q uh pumd xx ho p hx out books md H1lj.IlllIlt,N to the t11dL11t.s xx ho u fm htm 1s 0 411 x L 1 bookx th lt go out 111 111 thou ILIUIIILK A on xxlth thew dut1es thex must keep tht shtlxf clam the books 111 propu oldel md wsnt studentx lfl fllldlllff x IIIOUN 1efe1e11Le m1te111l OFFICE GIRLS H816 18 1g1oup ot tommuuzl xtudtnt xxho ut gettlng p11Lt1Q1l Ucpumnce htlplng xx1th tht xvmk 111 the 011105 Tha mb conslxtx ot 1r1sxxe1111ff the tglmphonc Qollectmg qhp tiklllo' d1Ltf1t1on txplng md Illlllllllff X"tIlOLlN euand I11 thl wfzx the guls m IX CIISLOVQI xx hethcl Ol not thu 'ue gomg to Pmox the XVOlh th It thu ut flttllig' thgm wlx ex fol for the tutu1e . . . 3 I l X ' X ' ' L ' ' . ' B' X2 ' I '- ' Z.',' 1' Z 2 ZH. 'f ' S ' ' ' :pk ' ' t 1 . It als th 1' ' duty' to ke-op 21 ro 'ord of all .' 2 .2 dz sz " '1l. .l gr s ' 1 ' ' ', 2 z .' 1 Q ' ' ' 5 'z " Q' ' ' 'I 2 "2 '1'.'z ' ' ' 1"'z 3 1 s ' 2" ' r 'Z - ' -2 1. 1 -' m - x 1 ' " 1 ' ' 1 ' 1. 1 ' ' Q 'z Q I 2 1 3. 4 A x . S, C ts 0 1 , Uv , 2 1 rx vt 1. N Qu Q 'S C v ' . A. 2 v 'S . v . v ? ? Q Q X , 1 - ' 4 ' v I ' ' 2 1 v 2 -x ' ' 1 - 5 4 v w - 3 ' . I COUNTY MUSICAL FESTIVAL For the past sey eral years the Glee Clubs from the yarrous schools of Wyandot County have entered rnto a musrc rl festrval Thrs year th1r'ty two members of Sycamore s Boys and Grrls Glee Clubs rourneyed to Harpster to partrcr pate rn thrs momentous occasron The County Orchestra composed of the orchestras from the varrous schools of the county also partrcrpated thrs verr Professor Ellrs E Snyder of Caprtal Unrversrty Columbus was qu st drrector of the choruses The afternoon was spent rn orchestra and choru rehearsal and rn the eyenrng the orchestra played and the boys grrls and mrrced choruses sang before 'r yery fine audrence SENIOR CLASS PLAY The Senror Class under the dlrectron of Nlrss 'llotter presented Sprrn Fey er a comedy ot three cts on May 16 1939 Mrs Spangler keeps a roomrng house at Brookfield College She ney er knoyys yy hether They re rn or out That s more than true on the d xy before Commencemf nt for rn addrtron to her regul rr college boy roomers therr grrls keep popprng rn and out a few parents nd an aunt occasron to call seyeral times Hovy thrngs hrppenl Sprrng fu er has hrt Brookfield' C -KST OF I HARAK TFRS How nd Plant fr senror rt Prookfield Jrck Collrng, Pd Burns a chemrstry student John llcty rler Vrc Leyyrs an art student Jack Mrtk lou Herron q rournalrsm student Edrth C mrpbell Mrs Spangler the landlady Anna Jane Ey erhart Anne Purcell Hoyy ard s heart rnterest Lrla Mrller Vryr rn Ceorgre Vrc s heart rnterest Helen Koqhl Henry Purcell Anne s father a rrch manufacturer Charles Heck Phoebe Purcell Anne s mother Imogene Fy ans Maude Corey Howard s sprnster aunt from Calrforrrrr Naomr krsor Professor Vrrgrl Bean of the 7oology department Roy Harbour Dr Drrcon Presrdent of Brookfield College W ellrngton B rker LATE EVENTS OF IMPORTANCE . . ., v ' 1 w . ' , I C Q ', ' - v ,,r . , . . . '. 11 V ' 0 Q I ' .Pia . I I 1 I ' 1 w . . , ' , s I L C a I H . j - '. , ., . K es ' - u 1 'I 1 7 , I 1' .7 ' - .7 ' , ,, . vqsy .:, r .. ' if ' 77 ' , . . . K, . . , . . 1 a rw v u I, L , . -, 1 s . ' 5 7, Y , ,K Y xc Vs, - , in f ' - ' aj V 3 , ' f ' ' . Q y Z , Uv .SY '- ,' L. ' ' I, 4 v L- H . . , S. , I! , , shoyy ur and the Prexv and Professor Bean find Y . f .7 ' ' ' .. 1 ' s z 1 . K . , , , . .S . I . or . , r , . ' 2 ' J " , f I 2 J ' . . . . . . 2 I I u S,' '.'j: X sy" ' I, I - - u - I 1 . - - 4 . - . . . I - C . " ,cl 'J J ,z 1 Il. I ' T Q, ' V7 . . .. . . . ' ' ' ' ' ' J , 7 ' YI' '. ' I . . . . . . . ' . X, . v- - I , 4 - v 1 2 I , , ' - I . . . . . . . ' , . 9 ' i . L, 1 , 1 v , I I I - I - I 1 . 11 C I I n v 1 I1 ' 1 I . .4 ' "fy . ' II , J .l A , K . Y' ' I I C THE NEIGHBORHOOD FESTIVAL Four years ago the Sycamore Glee Clubs rorned a group of schools rn an Annual Nerghborhood Choral I'est1val The schools represented besrdes Sycamore were Bucyrus Gallon Shelby Crestlrne and Upper San dusky Sycamore was host to the other schools that first year Srnce then Gallon and Bucyrus have been hosts Professor Ellrs E Snyder of Caprtal Unrversrty Colum bus has been guest conductor and crrtrc ex er srnce Syc 1 more has been wrth the group Thrs year on March 10th Sycamores Glee Clubs journeyed to Crestlrne to take part rn the festrxal agarn Upper Sandusky drd not take part thrs year Protc ssor Snyder made some very favorable comments on Syca rrrore s srngrng The groups made a very nrce appear ance and showed apprecratron of the mood of the songs Phe drctron was good vorces blended well acceptable vorce qualrty and there was a nrce followrnff of drrec tron Sycamore rs proud of these remarks as she rs much smaller than the other schools represented and her groups are electrve whrle the others are selectrvo AND IT RAINED' " The Mrxed Glee Clubs presented a two act operetta And It Rarnedl under the capable drrectron of the nrusrc teacher Mrss Eleanor Oder Ram washed the rarlroad brrdges out the trams had to be halted and the passengers were forced to stay result complrcatrons arose from changed names youth loved an old famrly herrloom was restored and two fathers turned over a new leaf and allowed therr chll dren more freedom However all were happy rn the end the mrrc ups were cleared and everyone was under stood and everyone Jorned rn the garety of the openlng of the summer hotel Solos choruses dances and hu mor of all descrrptrons added to the apprecratron of the productron CAST OF CHARACTERS 'VIr Wrse proprretor of the Wrse Hotel Ellwood Leadenham M lle Marre Caray manager of French dancers Evelyn Harper Uennrs Black returnrng from college John Detwrler Marzre Black hrs srster wrth S100 Jocelyn Starb Mrs Wrse boss of the hotel and her husband Naomr Ixrsor Marbelle Rrch on a specral errand bent Helen Koehl Iohn Rrch who follows and furnrshes the money Wellrngton Baker Curly Rrch brother of Marbelle Tommy Warner Steele Black father of Dennrs and Marzre Jack Mrck Jack Jark Golllng, Fred lack Stuckey AND GREAT INTEREST . - ' 1 . . 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