Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)

 - Class of 1926

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S af "' 'Jigs at A5393 'gif 15-Riff-ffff' M 1- fiffgw Y? :iw 7sg'5,5QQQ"H1w2 5' R aj ire. 413 M1 3 3- ,3 U ss- . . . 1. . .1 v 1 Y- 4 .- .1 1 fflfigci ,V .W wif ' f " f 1 " - , .H rg-W , M52 A 3 f- - . Af T ' - ' V. Q V, .5 , J. , gi? . . v. E. Ymfi A MW' f7'f.5fi ,, .s,"!,,:Zf+q ,K ,+,'e, ,4,.fJf.,w-Q , , ,.., H','f.-, .F'.f'f. . W , ,. ,1 U. H. 5. ECHO OF 1926 OF S UHRICHSVILLE HIGHS SCHOOL CPUBLISI-IED BY 'THE SENIOR CLASS OF ODY B TC S'I'UDICN'T' T H The Echo Contents Tille Page The Student Body Table of Contents The Staff Dediefzzion The Faculty S enrors Juniors Sophornores Freshmen A zhleftics Or ganizmfions The Alnrnni Johes A dverzfising QLTYLQ Echo Q The Echo Editor-in-Chief E iisiness M ana ger Williarn E. E foans Alvin Greenlee Seniors A thletics Organizations A lnnini Jokes Echo Staff lvlargaret Rite Richard Fiedler A SSO CIA TE A111 NA GERS Robert Conilon Rayrnond Gordon Ufilliant Rosel ASSOCIA TE EDITORS Margaret F orster, Jessie Waisner Nlilalretl VVilkinson, Lonnie F nrbay E lizalaetlt Plerrick Florence Mong 'fvlargaret R ornig, Loretta Cltiltote FACULTY COALVZWITTEE Mr. Slzirnp, Miss Russell, Aliss Srnylne and llr. Robinson ' The Echq . ! i W MR. H. B. GALBRAITH SAMUEL SHIMP Szzpf. nf Sfhooff Prmfipa! of the High Salma! M. ADFLLA MCCANN MARY A. MORGAN Geomefry Bookkeeping 10 ' The Echo A Afgebra am! Geograplzy ICDVVIN L. ROE JAIVIPIS R. ROBINSON l'l1yJiffx am! Sniefzce ELIZABETH SMYTHE BERNICF HARPER Stenogmphy Euglifh mzfl Hi.ft01'y ll The Echo ' ROSS YIRTUE HELEN BATES fIi.1-tory E 72 glixlz DEBORAH GEORGE MARCELLA GRIFFITH Home Economic: Efzglixh 12 The Echo ' NELLIE BARDGILL LORA WRIST Spazzisl' and Algebra Lapin HAZEL RUSSELL WALTER PABST English and Librarian Biology ami A griculturs 13 Ilyfhe Echo IQ Autographs T he E Ch 43 ,X U ,ff"'iv0, w m v f Q2 , M f ffl? 0 N rif f, N ' f X X N r X i 5' iiigrai AA ,siilfgqfaiil -was .Eg fy 4, -1:3 ' .Q EN IQR 5 Senior Class Roll The Echo Senior Class Officers President rrr..... ...... VX lilliam Evans Vice President er,ss.,... si.. . ., ..eiis Alvin Greenlee Secretary-Treasurer is... ssss C e Mildred VVilkinson Historian ee.,.....ire...eee.,eeer,,eerr....,. Richard Fiedler Sponsors-Mr. Edwin Roe, Miss Elizabeth Smythe, Miss Bernice Harper, Miss Hazel Russell Class Flower: Sweet Pea Class Colors: Nile Green and Rose Henry Anderson Esther Bender Forest Birney Nancy Buckinghan Joseph Chilcote Margaret Buffington Robert Condon Loretta Chilcote Roy W. Deitrich Juanita Cox George Dix Helen Davis William Evans Gladys Dooley Richard Fiedler Irma Dunkle Lonnie Furbay Margaret Dunlap Raymond Gordon Margaret Forster Alvin Greenlee Helen Freeburn -lay Guthrie Hollis Frizzell Albert Haskins Frances Gooding T. Doyle Hooker Clara Granville Harry Kinghorn Letha Hammond Arthur Kowars Elizabeth Herrick John B. Latto Geneva Heston Chester Long Nellie Jones William Lukens Beryl Lehew -lunior Matson Carolyn Nlaxwell William Nlattern Bertha McBcth James Maxwell Ethel McLaughlin Clarence Miller Florence Mong Harry Myer Opal Newton Ralph Pocock Ruth Oliver Thomas Pringle Bessie Ramage William Rosel lylargaret Rice Walter Schreiner Mina Rippeth Glenn Stilgenbaurer Margaret Romig Gerald Varner Helen l. Saurers Robert R. VVhite Grace Schwab Glen Ziinmerly Bertha Spring Jessie Waisner Margaret Wardell Mildred Wilkinson Margaret Wilson ' The Echo FSTHFR BENDER "I shall have fit-'ed L1 litlle 'while before I die forever." Esther is a Willing member of the class and is ever ready to back any enterprise. HENRY ANDERSON "He mrer not for the women." Bashfulness is no detriment to character. NANCY li. BUCKINGHAM Latin Club QZQ, Spanish Club Q4-Q, Glee Club QQ, History Club QZQ, Orchestra "ln her filenee, elogueneef' Nancy, because of her studious efforts is an example of good scholarship. FOREST BIRNEY li Club flj, QZQ, UD, English Club "Preaeh euirflom ufzfo him that zmflerrlfmzflff' Forest's record during his four years in High School has been exceptionally brillizmt. NIARGARICT BUFFINGTON Glee Club . "Kn0cc'!efZge if fbe 'IL'flIg.f frbereccilh foe ffy ro beaz'en.', c'Buffie,' is held in high esteem by :ill her classmates. JOSEPH H. CHILCOTIC Orchestra C-Q, Glee Club "Peace rzzfex fbe Ifzly when refzxmz ruler Me mind." Although this is Joels first year with us he has proved a worth while member of our class. I7 The Echo 26 HELEN E. DAVIS Glee Club Qlj, KlC:l7'Z'K.f her name 011 A611715 and not on 71mrf1fe." Helen is of a cheerful disposition and inspires laughter fespecially in detentionj. WILLIAM EVANS Class Pres. f4j, Foot-ball Squad MQ, Cheer leader QZQ, UD, Track C3j, B. B. Squad "My eye! Bu! i.f7l,If Jie 'LL'i.fB.lH "Bill" is our social bug and is always ready to enjoy a good time. LIUANITA P. COX Glee Club "Her gfofxy hair was c!zr,ffef"1! OIEI' fl brow' Lrighl with inlelligefzcef' Every graceful and generous quality of woman hood is blended in her nature. ROY DEITRICH "Friefn!Mij1 offen emlr in love Love in frienrlxlzip never." "Deit" with his support, has filled a niche in the class of '26 which no one else could fill. LORETTA A. CHILCOTE Glee Club CH, English Club Url, Spanish Club Q4-J, Echo Staff. "She ekawnerl mf once arm' tamed the hearlf' Lorettals Winning personality has gained her many friends. ROBERT W. CONDON Spanish Club QQ, Echo Staff, History Club 125, Basket-ball "Cemm'e if the tax 41 man peyx to the public for being 67llj7lE7Zf.,, No use to say anything about 'fBob,' as every one knows him. I8 ' The Echo W. RICHARD FIFDLER Glee Club Q4-Q, English Club Q4-Q, E Club QZQ, Class Historian QU, f3Q, HH, History Club QZD, Echo Staff, Moose Team "I hiiow my prieeg I am :worth iw worse zz place." With his foresight and ability Dick has proved a credit to the class of '26. MARGARET DUNLAP English Club "Fur 'tis all one to eiieowage highf' When Margaret sets her mind on a goal she works until she achieves it. LONNHC C. FURBAY B. B. Varsity QZJ, UQ, QM, Foot-ball Squad CU, QZH, Varsity UQ, Captain Q4-H, Class President flj, QZQ, Echo Staff. 'cGiz'e me for efmrt a fife of jwreffy young miner." ln athletics as well as society Furbay has :1 prominent place. IRMA R. DUNKLE "Her zfery silence and her patience, :peak for her." Irma is quiet and unassuming, a good student and a willing worker. RAYMOND GORDON Football Squad HJ, Echo Staff. "VVh0 hiioacf hui the fzcorlfi may emi lwzighff, "Bucky sells sweets to the ladies and is very uccessful in his chosen Work. HELEN FRICFBURN Glee Club "A miracle of iiohle u'oi1m11h00fZ." Helen seems bashful and demure to those who do not know her-"still Water runs deep." 19 The Echo 26 MINA L. RIPPETH lf Club 125, Spanish Club Q4-Q, English Club Q4-D. ' Somerhing atfemptcfi, Jometlving 1f0IIE.H To all Mina is a friend. MILDRFD li. VVILKINSON li Club fly, QZQ, English Club HD, Latin Club QZQ, Basket-ball QZQ, f3j, "She bay fran eye: ,ru mfr ami bro:c'11." "Wilkie" thinks a laugh is Worth a hundred groans in any market. JESSIF WAISNER Latin Club flj, English UH, Echo Staff. "Henri ou ber' Ziff, mu! Ztifhifl her eyeff, klessie is a recognized leader in social and class affairs and is a favorite with the class. MARGARET li. RICIC Glee Club QZJ, HD, B. B. Squad 125, UD, C45- linglish Club Q4-Q, Latin Club fill, Treasurer f3j, Feho Staff. "Her every tone is mmiolx own." Full of enthusiasm and with the ability to carry out her ideas, "Ricey" is a leader in class activities. A GERALD VARNFR Football Varsity UQ, C4-J, Moose Team Q4-H, Glee Club uVVf7i7ll! VVf5a111.' VVhaf a fmzwefozu mall VVMM a wry ielzzafvtabfy mawefous man klerry is as steady and dependable in life as on the football field. Just a good sport. ROBERT WHITE 'KP1zfie11f fun! ,diff Fu!! of good zcifff, Robert is inclined to be quiet but he believes that actions speak louder than Words. He spent his first three years in Tippecanoe. 20 ' The Echo A. ALVIN GREENLEE Foot-ball Varsity 141, B. B. Squad 131, Varsity 141, Track 131, Glee Club 141, English Club 141, Latin Club 121, Class President 131, Echo Staff. HHH was .vlwight and .vlrwzg fm! lzif eyer 'scare Line ar the .rumnzer nzfseiing of .fky and xeaf' "APS" personality and ability are bound -to take him far toward success. HOLLIS A. FRIZZELL '4Slze lmf zz voice of gfadncfs and u rfnifef' Always jolly and laughing Hollis inspires cheerfulness among her companions. JAY H. GUTHRIE Glee Club 141, Treasurer Athletic Association 14-1. "1 had rather :Zo and not promife, than promire and not dof' Jay is one of our most dependable class mates. FRANCES E. GOODING English Club "VVhy frzf about fonmrrfm' today be ,rzce.el.', Frances has a smile for everyone and that self-same smile drives away many a case of blues. VT. DOYLE HOOKER English Club "VVh0 rnnr away from f:'z'm'yth?1zg .f.eriom." Doyle takes an interest in menys souls 1soles1. CLARA R. GRANVILLE' Glee Club 121, Latin Club "Gently to hear, kindly lo judge." Clara is good in all her studies but excels in Chemistry. 21 The Echo ' BESSIE RAMAGE Glee Club nfl .rmile of herx wa: like an ect of grace, N or grave tlzrouglz pride. Another one of those quiet girls who everyone admires and likes. GLENN R. STILGENBAURER B. B. Squad "Deed: noi ':c'01'fl.f." Glen is a zealous and untiring youth who is always willing to lend rt helping hand. RUTH OLIVER "Whaf if life but fo love." We all feel certain that Ruth's future is assured. WILLIAM ROSEL Orchestra fly, QZQ, UD, HJ, Echo Staff, History Club. "Be ,rlill my heart mn! fifieiz For .czceef mm' yet annie I hem' the cciflful muxie Of William and hir flute." William and his flute are always in demand. OPAL NEWTON "Ili fvorfl fike in deer! Jlfemlfaff, VVlzat will you more, ace :ay?,' Opal believes in work before play, but finds time for both. THOIVIAS PRINGLE B. B. Squad HQ, Foot-ball Squad UD, "SbizzZ0'zw tztcay! I go fo play the 67ZliZ!67Z6l'.,, Refreshments are the most interesting part of any social event for Tommy, especially when olives 'ire served. 22 . The Echo ' HARRY KINGHORN "Not dlwdyf action .rhowx ilu: mmzf, Harry believes in acquiring knowledge even if he has to go far to obtain it. LETHA M. HAMMOND "Size if noblenf, being good." What ever Letha plans to do, she is sure to accomplish it. JOHN LATTO Moose Team "None but the brave 46567215 the fiarf' Apparently Johnnie is devoted to the ladies at least one who has seen him strolling through the halls between classes would be led to believe so. ELIZABETH HERRICK Spanish Club f4-D, English Club QQ, Latin Club QQ, Echo Staff. Q "Round her :Im made an azmosphere of life and gaietyf' Even though Betty is excellent in her studies, this fact does not keep her from thoroughly en- joying herself. CHESTER C. LONG Foot-ball Varsity UQ, Q-Q, B. B. Squad QU, QZQ, UQ, Varsity HQ, Captain HJ, Glee Club "Kn0zcledg.f: newer ZKIIIVZZIIZ of Jclloolfl We sometimes Wonder if our class could have existed without Chet's optimism and fun. GENEVA M. HESTON English Club "For I have many ihingf to myf, Bubbling over with enthusiasm and pep, Gene- va is found in every phase of our class life. Z3 The Echo ' MARGARET A. FORSTICR F Club flj, QZJ, f3j, Latin Club QZQ, Spanish Club QM, Glee Club 141, History Club QD, B. B. Squad QZJ, Orchestra 141, Echo Staff. "Bur tragedy is not for me And Pm eoutent to be gay." '4Foster" is a faithful member and an enthusi- astic booster of High School spirit. GEORGE E. DIX Spanish Club HJ, History Club "To fooe is to place my fmppineff 111 foe lmppinefs of another." HDixieU is a hard working student and the class predicts a brilliant future for him. F. ALBERT HASKINS English Club "Suriv mimic far ,fix Jtliflh before was never mafia" 4'AbU is our bashful senior. In what way? Not all ways WALTER R. SCHRFINER Moose Team and B. B. Squad "Young feffofcxf Milf be young feffo':c'.f. "Spucl,' does not boast nor make excuses neither does he knock. 24 ' The Echo MARGARET WARDELL Orchestra QSQ, "Simplicity in all things' -if the harder: Z0 be copied." Margaret, naturally of a sober demeanor, pre- fers to remain in the back-ground rather than ad- vertise her achievements. MARGARET VVILSON Spanish Club "fl life of honor am! of zcorthf' Margaret never complains of hard tasks nor long lessons but diligently attempts them. ARTHUR G. KOWARS Football Squad 135, f4j, Varsity, Moose Team i47- "I low rocielyfl As an all around good sport and fun maker K'Art', excels all. GLADYS DOOLEY "He1' fifej: busy and ear1ze:t.', lt is never necessary to ask for Gladys' co- operation because she always readily extends ir. I l 25 The Echo ' M. CAROLINIC MAXWELL Spanish Club "lu fife Me if Dimm elzaste, In ffllfll Peuefopef' Caroline is one of our Spanish students of whom we are Very proud. INILLIAM T. IXIIATTERN Senior Football Manager f4-J, Moose Team "Yet xii!! he crore his placid mzile, Ami 'JCIJLIBKZ mfmfy on Ili: way." Bill has proved himself a valuable member of the Moose team and also of our class. BFRYL E. LEHEW Lntin Club CZJ, Glee Club K'S11ceeff erofzwzs faflorf' Beryl deserves all of her many successes be- cause she has worked to obtain them. .L-IMICS R. MATSON, Jr. Latin Club CZJ, History Club QD, Orchestra UQ, f4j, Spanish Club "Hit fmzgue lfffljif wamza, and eonffi fzzafle Me fc'm'5l apitvear, The Letter reafwz, to perplex and daxfz ma- mreft eou1z.fef.f. junior is equally eloquent in Spanish and in linglish. NICLL K. JONES "Oh More dawning feet." Nell shines in social life. WILLIAM E. LUKFNS Latin Club KZQ, History Club 121, Orchestra 137- C45- "T6e1'e if a 'mire of mirfb Lelzetzlh his digni- fv U i Bill is quiet and unostentations yet enjoys fun -is much :is our more talkative Seniors. 26 ' The Echo JAMES M. MAXWELL B. B. and Football Manager 145, Track UQ, "To friendr zz friend." As manager of athletics, .lim has proved n howling success. GLENN ZIMMERLY HLdIlghf67' and sci! Flafbing 50 freef, Zimmie is the class jester. HELEN I. SAURERS "Sy.ffew if the key-note of meeerrf' Helen is not obvious nor obtrusive but retired, Ll most desirable quality. MARGARET O. ROMIG Glee Club QZD, "GraeefuZ eaxe and .rcveetnerf void of pride." Peg is jolly good company and has a host of friends. BERTHA T. SPRING OTChCSffll f4j, Glee Club QQ, "Af from thy presence Jboccerr a min of melo- fz'y.', , Berthn's musical ability has Won her n place in the orchestra. , GRACE SCHWAB "The Jtorfn relirer and fbe :fly g7'0'ZL'.f zrlear, When thy merry rtepr fZ1'lli'oL'J' nefzrf, Grace is always good-natured and therefore has many friends. 27 The Echo ' FLORENCE H. MONG Latin Club QZJ, Spanish Club Q4-D, History Club QZJ, Class Historian CZD, English Club 141, E Club, Echo Staff. "Our toflayf and yesferflayf are the bloekv with which ice Lziildf' Florencels ability Combined with conscientious- ness will carry her far on the road to success. RALPH POCOCK "He always ilid liif bert." Always striving for Z1 higher goal Ralph is bound to,succeed. ETHEL MCLAUGHLIN '4Ki1nl heart mul true, gentle afmfl jusff' l'fthel's ability combined with modesty ever makes her many friends. HARRY MYER Glee Club "Tomorrow comes and we are where? Then let HJ live today." Harry has gained great prominence with smil- ing countenance behind the ticket box. BERTHA M. MCBETH 'fWifhoul grief, zviflmuf maliee, Szceet Jiinpliaityfl Bertha is one of those quiet girls who is the mainstay of every class. CLARENCE MILLER "Youthful lze uw and tall." Clarence enjoys a good laugh at any time. 28 ' The Echo ' Senior Glass History VVe the class of '26 entered Uhrichsville High School in the year of 1922. As Freshmen we commenced work in the Uhrich Street Building, but in January of 1923 we entered the New High School Building which has been a great inducement for better work. We had the same trials as other Freshmen but succeeded in overcoming all of them. The Class Party was held in the Uhrich Street Building. Our Sophomore year we organized and settled down to a year of marked success. The class had lost a few members, about eighty-seven remained. VVe had representatives of our class in every athletic sport and many received honors in scholarship. The Sophomore party was held on St. Valentine's Day in the High School Gym. Our Junior year became more difficult. It was like a mountair which, on nearing the top, becomes so steep that one despairs of reaching its heights. Even with those obstacles to meet, our efforts were not in vain, for we made excellent records. The Junior party was held on St Patrick's Day in the High School Gym. The last social event of thc year was the Junior-Senior Banquet which was a great success. Our Senior year has come! How old and responsible it has made us feel to be called Seniors. All these years we have been laying the founda- tiong now we are ready to start the building-how large or how small each building will be depends on the foundation that each one has laid. Some have decided that this will not be the end of their school days, but will seek higher education in Colleges and Universities. The Seniors held their annual party the first semester and a Senior- Freshman party the second semester. Now we are looking forward to the Junior-Senior Banquet and the Alumni Banquet. Our High School career will close with the Baccalaureate sermon and the Graduation exer- cises. Allow us to express our appreciation by telling you how glad we are to have been here the past four years and how sorry we are to leave. May the friendships we have formed in our school days, the springtime of life never be forgotten. May the Spirit of Uhrichsville High School remain with us an unquenchable fire throughout our lives. A Richard Fiedler. 29 4- l A The Echo VV hen the Class of 1926 entered the Uhrichsfuille ffigh School, James R. Robinson entered also. He has been a friend and teacher since we were Freshmen and we wish hun the hest of good fortune in the future. 30 Qyfhe Echb jg l 4 . Q ,I U I. rn---if U 452, . J Fx ff X E x S K il 4 fir -11: ,. - . fi,-Y, -Y - Y ...ILINIUHE The Echo unior Class Gffieers P1'CSldCI1t .,.. , A7,,,,.7 tt- LLL Nedra Ramsour Vice President We, ,,,,,,, ,,,,- G eorge O7DO1111C11 Secretary-Treasurer .. , L ,,,,7, W Edith Vklagner HiStOri2111 .... . , L, ..,. ,.,. E thel Van Lehn Sponsors-Miss Laura VViest, Miss Adela McCann, Mr. Ross Virtue. Iunior Class Roll Margaret 1-lrthurs .-Xdolphus Barker Frances Bender Everett Bromwich Nlary Blunk Sam Brown Mary Bowser William Creager Lois Brakebill james Cross Ferno Brown Hal D. Cummings Helen Cary Jesse Dempster Hazel Cecil Arthur Dix Theo Clever Ralph Dix Margaret Condon Maurice Douglass Catheryn Dunkle Beatrice Furbay Harold Galbraith Margaret Granville Gerald Gross Agnes Gribble Charles Haskins lsie Hines Roy Haver Irma Hoagland Dale Herron Alma Hutchins Oscar Huebner Edna Kelly Oscar Lint Molly Kloth Marie Latto Ray Malter Robert Marshall Edith Wagner Helen Wardell Margaret VVollbold hiartha Loper James Mellott Kathryne Metcalf George O'Donnell Pauline Miller Frank Polen Thelma Miller Howard Porcher Elm Morris Benjamin Price Rozella Ong Bruce Ronald Eva Page Howard Russell Elizabeth Patterson Lester Russell Gladys Patterson Charles Scott Nedra Ramsour Roy Shamel Dorothy Rice Archie Stevenson Nancy Ripley Arthur Thompson Ruth Rippeth Joseph Tipton Anita Sciarra Howard Walton Hazel Siegrist Hartman West Edith Soules William West Dorothy Stevenson Charles Wigfield Ruth Taylor Maywood Wright Ethel Van Lehn Laurel Burdette Maxine Van Pelt Leonard Fauver Lena Williams Qyfhe Echolg 33 ' The Echo unior Class History In 1923 one hundred and five pupifls entered the race for education. The race was to be held at the Uhrichsville High School Building, and was to be of four years duration. Those keeping up the race to the end were to be awarded a 'fDiploma." 1 The first year was quite an easy one and few were eliminated. Hal Cummings was chosen as our president and the race began. Eight mem- bers of our class, who did especially well in their studies, were elected to the "E" Association. The Senior's gave a Hard Times Party in honor of the "Freshie" Racersn which was enjoyed by everyone. It was the only social event of the year. At the end of the year, a number had dis- tinguished themselves in studies as well as in athletics. The next year proved to be a more difficult one than the first. lylany became discouraged, and dropped out. Nedra Ramsour was chosen as our leader for the second lap of our race. This year our studies proved to be our most serious obstacle. For this reason many gave up. Only two of our class succeeded in remaining in the NE" Association. However our success in athletics helped counteract our weakness in our studies, for several of the class were valued members of the fotball and basketball teams. In April, all the survivors enjoyed a "Spring" Party. Then that year faded into mere memories. 3 The third year we reached the climax ofour difficulties. Several of the class failed to overcome them so we are only seventy in number. Nedra Ramsour was again chosen to lead us. The racers have established a record for earning money. In Athletics we played a very important part. 'We had our annual party, a kid party, which carried us back to our childhood days. Everyone is planning eagerly for the junior-Senior Banquet which it is hoped will be the best ever. Our third year will soon have passed and we shall think sadly of the day when our race will be complete and the chosen band shall receive their reward. Effie! Vim Leim. 34 ' Qyfhe Ech W The Echo ' Sophomore Class Officers President ..oooo.oooo . Scott Harrison Vice President sooo VVilliam Havei-field Secretary-Treasurer o.oo -c o,oso o oooo, Ruth Parry Historian .oo. o ,soo .c C, r Ruth Fowler Sponsors-Miss Nell Bargdill, Miss Deborah George, Mr. James Robinson. Roy Barr Margaret Babcock Frank Bender Katherine Bacca Gideon Benson lilizabeth Brunner Lawrence Besozzi Lillian Christian Charles Bobzien Vivien Copeland Robert Brown Laura Corredo Clyde Carrothers Dorothy Demuth Louis Conn Victoria Draghi xloe Coss Ruth Fckhardt Hollis Covert Mary Lou Fdic Bernard Devine Ruth Fowler James Dooling Lucille Frye Patil Ferrell Agnes Granville Robert Gates lidith Henthorne Robert Gooding Rose Herfert Scott Harrison Sophomore Class LaYera Heston Margaret Hilliker xfvllllillll Haverfielcl Margaret Johnson Samuel Hitchcock Margaret Lytle Delbert Huff Beulah Mehaffey Paul blones Pauline lVlathern Haldean Linsey Nlargaret Mazurie Robert Maurer Pauline McBeth Mildred Zimmerman William Miller Dorothy McConnell Fdwin Nloody Helen McDevitt Thomas Morris Lucille McKinney Herman Myer Margaret Miller David Nelson Lucille Milone Donald Noble Florence Moore Homer Reed Hazel Moore james Ronald Goldie Morrow 36 Roll Paul Ronald Helen Packer Charles Roth Thelma Packer lillis Schaeffer Mildred Page William Stoutt Ruth Parry Lena Porotti Taylor Van Vleck Ann Pyle kloe Visintainer Marjorie Robinson Mark Weiitz Paul Williams Nellie Roth Sidney VVo0d Helen Smpson Jenny Skelly Karl Brand Alice Smith Alta Spies Charlotte Stilgenbaurer VVilma Strauss Alma Vought Olive Welch Virginia Williailis Roberta Wilson Martha Wright QLT11e Echo QQ 37 ' The Echo ' History of Sophomore Class On a bright September day in the year of 1916, one hundred and thirty timid boys and girls were ushered into the primary halls of Uhrichs- ville, who, as the fates had decreed were destined to conquer. By the aid of able and patient instructors we mastered the alphabet and reading. Still a more difficult struggle awaited us that of arthmetic. That too was conquered. As the years passed slowly by, we were ready to enter the eighth grade. Everyone entered into the spirit with enthusiasm. VVith the assistance of our teachers, we were able to have a St. Patrick's Party. Then came the day in which we were to enter -High School. That was a day of great excitement and confusion. While in our Freshmen year, the Seniors entertained us at a Valentine Party, which was enjoyed by all. This year has been a noble one for Sophomores. VVe have grown in wisdom and stature. We have had our difficulties and conflicts, but through them all we have come without dishonor. So while our past is great, we trust our future will yet be greater, not only in High School, but in life's great school. All honor, then, to the Sophomores of '26, and the future Seniors of '28, Ruth Fowler. 38 Q1 The! Echo lg E FFQEEHW-W. 3 if X 'Ea- f f W V w , N M! 1 . 5 , KU' A The Echo ' Fred Barr Clarence Best Charles Brown Joseph B. Clantz Roland Copeland Raymond Dickinson Robt. F. Derry Martin Dumbauld Delbert Dunkle David R. Dye Eugene A. Ferrell Edgar Garl Allan Gossett Ralph Gram Walter Hartman William Hildebrand Orlin Hiller Deane C. Hooker David Iler Donald B. Jackson Walter S. James Glen Jones Paul R. Jones Jesse Kilpatrick Ralph L. Kinsey Leroy H. Klar Richard E. Lehew David Long, Jr. Robert L. Lukens Dario Manini foster E. Marty Donald Maurer William Meanor Crawford Mears Walter Melville Fwart P. Miller Earl B. Milligan Louis Moon Robert S. Morris Lloyd McClintock George W. McGuire James F. Narney Freshmen Class Roll Helen M. Ogilbee Louis Ong Raymond G. Patterson J. Ronald Pearch Earl F. Peter Craig Price Delmar F. Ross lylaynard Rowley Anthony Sarpolus Julio Sattario Charles Schambra Byron F. Scott Burton Scott Charles Snedelier Chester F. Shamel Martin Spring Tony Stucini lX4ax Tipton Robert Trogler Harry Vance Carl Watson Frank Winzenreid Charles Wires William Woods Helen Ackerman Ildreth Andrews Clela Atkinson Delah T. Armstrong Ida Boals Mae Agnes Bowe Frances Burdette Alta Mae Coen Mary F. Condon Mary R. Cooper Corabelle Carnes Dorothy Dalene Creel Clara Davis Mary F. Dooling Gertrude Dunn Thelma Feller Clarabell Graham Mary Kathryn Goodyear 40 Josephine Haskins Harriet Hiskey Wilma K. Hamman Helen M. Hutchins Martha Johnson Frances Jones Dale Knowles Rosa Kowars June Lehew Mary Long Evelyn Lytle Ruth Otto Mary Helen Maddex Pauline McClelland Margaret McCullough Thelma Metzger Eva May Morgan Margaret Morrow Margaret Oliver Evalyn Patterson Nellie Patterson Mary Peoples Cova Ramage Margaret Romig Fstella Roth Lavina Sciarra Martha L. Schoch Dorothy Scott Velma Schwab Grace Alice Simon Bertha Soules Phama Swaney Dorothy B. Stahl Dorothy Thrall Valma Vincent Fdna Mae West Lucinda West Louise Williams Sara VV'ilson Gertrude VVilliams Ruth Worstell I w Q1The Echofg 1 1 r i 4 -v Vw- i 41 U ' QlTheEh C Om 4 3 - ' The Echo ATHLETICS 7 , G Q 2 SU ' 5 X if ,ff l ff Y, f Z2 4 NNN fl W ,N X 4 Xi 4 12 Jfliifwf H119 nxmf in X ! U The Echo ' Athletic Officers Honorary President Arthur Kowars Honorary Vice President Mildred VVilkinson Boy's Coach, Football and Track James R. Robinson Boy,s Coach Basketball lidvvin L. Roe Girl's Coach Lora Wiest Football Manager blames Maxwell Assistant Football Manager Williaini Mattern Assistant Football Manager Bruce Ronalds Assistant Football Manager Llames Dooling Basketball Manager James Maxwell Assistant Manager Bruce llonalds Assistant Basketball Manager Willialn Mattern Assistant Basketball Manager VVilliam Haverfield Football Captain Lonnie Furbay Basketball Captain Chester Long Girl's Basketball Captain Mildred Wilkinson Girlls Basketball Captain-Fleet Lois Brakebill Basketball Captain-lilect Jesse Dempster Football Witli only two players of last years team. Uhrichsville High's prospects for a winning football team seemed anything but bright when the call for gridiron candidates was issued last fall. The first of the season was a difficult one for inexperienced men. By mid- season, however. the team was beginning to show the same class that has distinguished Uh- richsville teams of the past. Newcomerstown was the first to fall before the black and gold. The Visitors pre- sented a 'chuskyu team but they were unable to cope with the locals forward pass attack. The final score was 19-6. The following Saturday, Millersburg contributed a technical victory to the U. H. S. total. Commissioner Townsend of the State Athletic Association ordered the game to be forfeited to Uhrichsville by a 1-0 score. Alliance High secured ample revenge for their previous 35--0 defeat at Uhrichs- ville by handing the locals the short end of a 52-'O count. Dover caught the locals before they had recovered from the Alliance game and de- feated them for the first time in four years. The score was 20-O. Playing in a sea of mud, Coshocton managed to hold the locals to 0--O score. The slippery condition of the field hurt the passing game of Captain Varners boys. Fast Union High fell before a crushing line attack by a 6-0 score. U. H. S. made 16 first clowns to their opponents two but over anxiety and consequent mis-plays kept the score down. Varners line-smashing tactics and Bromwich's defensive playing stood out in the overwhelming 21-0 defeat of the strong Muskingum Academy team. Touted as one of the strongest scholastic teams in this section, the visitors failed to live up to advance notices. Dalton High was the Thanksgiving Day attraction. From the initial kickoff till the final Whistle U. H. S. played real football. The visitors were smothered by a 29-0 score. This was the last high school game for Varner, Furbay, Kowars, Greenlee, Long and Dietrich. 44 The Echo 45 The Echo i ALVIN GRlil'INLEF+E1zrZ Playing his first year -of football "Al" did his share in making the season a success. He was always there to get his man after every kick. He graduates this spring. FDVVIN MOODY--Tfzfkfe Besides making his side of the line a stonewall on defense, "Ep" opened holes that paved the Way for many a gain. Great things are expected of him in his remaining two years. ARTH UR KOWARS-Gmzrff "Art" was the guard every opponent feared. He was equally usavagew on either offense or de- fense. He has played his last high school game. HARTNI.-KN Wl7fST-Center Altho every game was played on a slippery er muddy field "Snakes', rarely made a bad pass. He should make an envious record for himself next year. HALDEAN CUNIMINGS-Tarkle lt was not unusual for this big tackle to get his man behind the line. He should make one of the best tackles ever developed at U. H. S. in his remaining year. ROBERT MARSHALL-Eur! This "Scrapper', was one of the two veterans on the team. He was a deadly tackler and a good receiver of the forward pass. He will re- turn next fall. 46 The Echo CHESTER LONG-Qmz1'ter!1a6K' Filling his brother HHud's" shoes at quarter- back was a big assignment, but "Chef, made good with a vengeance. His handling of a mud- dy ball in each of the last three games was es- pecially noteworthy. GERALD VARNFR-Fzzffbafl' facting captainl "jerryls" ability to get a yard when it was needed pulled his team out of many a tight place. This was his second and last year of varsity play. ROY DIETRICK--Half 'KDiet'l was the fastest man on the squad and figured in many long end runs. This was his first and last year of football. JAMES RON.-XLD+-Half Playing his first year of Varsity ball "Jimmie" more than made good. Mtich is expected of him in his remaining two years. MA URFR-Huff Although only a Freshman, "Chick" bids fair to outshine his illustrious brother, "Gig,'. His work in the lVIuskingum game was especially brilliant. RONALD COPFLAND-Half "Copey" gained the experience he needed this year to make a real football player. He has three more years in which to gain a reputation for himself. 47 The Echog ' CHARLES HASKINS-Tackle Owing to injuries "Hack,' was forced to retire in mid-season. His deadly tackling would have been n valuable asset to the team. PAUL WILLIAMS-Half When the line failed to open holes for this hard hitting back he made them for himself. He has two more years to play. JOHN LATTO-Cuarfl "Tubby" made a name for himself in the Alliance game, but injuries he received at Dover forced him out of the game for the rest of the season. PAUL JONES-Emi GJ. P." gives promise of developing into a valuable end. He gave a good account of him- self this year whenever called upon. THOMAS PRINGLF-Tuckfe Lack of weight was Pringles only handicap. He played his best game against Coshocton. EVERETT BROMWICH-Guard "Sandy" was in every play and received more than his share of hard knocks, but he always came back for more. He has one more year to play. 48 Qyfhe Echo i ' 49 D fri D O LD 54 I-4 v-1 KD D6 ft' r? ' The Echo 26 Boy's Basketball During the past basketball season Uhrichsville High Won nine of the sixteen scheduled games. Although losing to Dover and New Philadel- phia by close scores, We swamped our other county opponents, Dennison and N ewcomerstown 'by large scores. The Orrville game Was probably the outstanding one of the year. Neither team Was able to gain an advantage until the final quarter when a quartet' of field goals put the black and gold tossers out in froift. The final score was 29-20. The 27-19 victory over Cadiz marked the final appearance of Green- lee, Furbay and Captain Long in a black and gold uniform. SEASONS RECORD FIRST TEAM Uhrichsville Uhrichsvil le High School High School 10 18-Scio . ............., - .... . 44--Newcomerstown 8 Uhrichsville High School 6--Alumni c .... 22 Uhrichsville High School.- 10-Dover .,.. - 23 Uhrichsville High School... .c 26--Cadiz ..c. ,. .,....., 22 Uhrichsville High School ...... ...,, 3 O-Dennison ,.....,... - 6 Uhrichsville High School .... .. .... - 28-Newcomerstown V , rccc, , 15 Uhrichsville High School . ,. C 12-New Philadelphia .,...... 19 Uhrichsville High Schoolat.. .... . 26-Dover ...,,,.c,.c........., ,..c... 3 6 Uhrichsville High School cc.. , 14-Massilloii .,,...,,.,.. 31 Uhrichsville High School . ..... 10--New Philadelphia ............ c. 18 Uhrichsville High School-. . , 37-Dennison ..,,..,..,,.. ,,,. . , 15 Uhrichsville High School. .... c 19-Steubenville ........., ....,. c . -I--L Uhrichsville High School. ...... 29-Orrville ,...,. i 20 Uhrichsville High School cc.. . ..., . 33-Dresden ...... 16 Uhriehsville High School .... . . .... 27-Cadiz .,.. ., S. 19 A 324- 369 VVon 9-Lost 7 50 1 QLTINZ Echom Q e I ff? no - S I Q SC Q 4 O CD I nil n-'I 4 4 FII I-1 ' rf.. M ' CD ' The Echo ' CHESTER LONG-Captain and Forward Besides scoring his share of points "Chet" kept his team fighting from whistle to whistle, regardless of the score. This is his last year. JESSE DEMPSTER-F01-mm! Jesse was the "flash" of this years team. He led his team-mates in points scored and in addition played a good floor game. HALDEAN CUM MINGS-Camel' Although rather inclined to confuse the court game with that of the gridiron, "Hall" did show flashes of real ability and should show some real form next year. ROBERT MARSHALL--Gmini "Bob" is the type of player who puts everything into the game. Al- though smaller than most of his opponents, he was never outplayed. ALVIN GREENLEE-Center am! F01'za'rzrzZ C D i ' Al played the same steady, reliable game all the time. He was es- Heciall ' effective a fainst Dennison and Cadiz. He 'raduates this s nring. l Y 5 3 l e JAMES RoNAL.D-Ufzzify A Sophomore who plays the type of game that "Jimmie" did this year should prove himself a veritable whirl-wind by his Senior year. He fills either a guard or forward position equally well. LON NIE FURBAY-Guzml Sickness and injuries have interfered somewhat with the athletic career of Lonnie. He has, neverthless proved himself one of the most capable guards to represent Uhrichsville High School in recent years. f S2 The Echo '3 The Echo, Moose The Moose Team composed of the school's heavy-weights and coached by Principal Shimp made an envious record for themselves. Their one defeat of the season, at the hands of the Newcomerstown Seniors, Was due to a combination of circumstances, some of which Were beyond their control. Moose ..s,. 15--Treys 7 Moose olos, 6-Freshmen e ooo. .. isso ..ooo,,, - 5 Moose 8-Newcomerstown Seniors 16 Nloose olloo 1 1-Sophomores ..lool...sl....... o,.oos 7 Moose ,.... 1 9-Sophomores ..s.o, 19 5 9 5 4 VARSITY RESERVES The varsity reserves took part in only two games, losing both. They had several men who with more experience should be of varsity calibre, however. Uhrichsville High Seconds, oo., be S 6-Massillon Seconds oooo , 12 Uhrichsville High Seconds ,ooooo so 15-VVest Lafayette ooooo-o. - 33 21 45 54 The Echo MOOSE VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM 55 ' The Echo ' Girl's Basketball The girl's team had a very successful season, losing only two games out of eight. The first game with Newcomerstown was fast and furious but we lost. The Alumni and Cadiz games followed. In these we played real basket ball and Alumni was defeated by one point while Cadiz was a walk away. The New Athens and VVest Lafayette games were easily won. The last game of the season with Cadiz was one of the fastest. Each girl played her best and we came home victors. Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville High School 1 6-Newcomerstown High School 6-- High School High School 8-Newcomerstown New Athens ,,zcz -New Athens ..,cc High School.-. .r.c,c . 28- High School .. caaaa,c 33-- High School, c,c,c 18- High School. cc,ztctic 23- Cadiz ,,zi . c..,,z,... VVest Lafayette Cadiz ..ac . .,t....a,a - Alumni L ,,z, W ,,z, L VVith but two members of last year's varsity teams for a foundation our new coach Miss VViest did wonders. "Brakie" our second year varsity forward could dodge her guard and find our basket. As for her swift work with "Pat" she could not be excelled. "Pat's" hobby was field baskets. "RobbieD our star sophomore for- ward showed her metal this year. VVe expect great things from her next year. ' "Ricey" in her first year as a varsity player displayed her powers as a forward. "Fairy" Taylor as a guard was hard to shake. She met her VVaterloo at the West Lafayette game. However she proved to us that size is not every thing. Siegrest was always with her forward in all games, at all times. .lt was impossible to elude her. S6 The Echo GIRLS VARSITY ' GIRLS TEAM S7 The Echo Van Lebn demonstrated ber ability to block the path of the lall oi its Way to the basket. "VVilky,' our captain bas been a valuable member of the varsity foi two years and will always be remembered by her playing. Qui' Czmable Nlana 'er Nedra Ramsour deserves Credit for the many r 3 kindnesses which helped to pave the Way to our victories. So with almost a whole varsity team for next year, the Seniors leave you Captain "Brakie,' with our best Wishes for a. successful season, both for you and your team. Sli,-XSON'S RECORD U. H. S... I9-NeWcomerstown--.. U. H. 1-Millersburg ....., U. H. . 0-Alliance -e U. H. O-Dover ,..,. -- U. H. S... , O-Coshocton, .e..e W ,e U. H. S. .- 6--East Union .e.,ee, -e U. H. 21-Muskiiigum Acad U. H. S.-- -29-Dalton e,ee...... -W S8 T he Echo ' in 59 GIRLS BASKETBALL SQUAD r+ l Qyfhe Echo QQ A VVISE GUY w 1 Q f iq! 4 f Y! I .J Q. --2 o ce QD I W Qi Y L, 5"'Ef',g--'fw- chill-Aj : , . -"' , F ,,e'F"'f ""1 i f i' 'i ' . V ,- "lig- ' il Qyfhe Echo QQ 000 ' ! ,N f- 0 -Av 9 Ns- 47 The Echo RUTH SPECK WA UD The success of music in the Uhiichs Ville Schools is largely due to the ex cellent supervision and untning effoi ts of Mrs. 'Waud. The Orchestra The High Qchool Orchestra has become an integral part of the Uh iichsville Schools and holds an important position in the Chapel Service entertainments, and other activities. OFFICERS President i..., .. lllll.tl..tlvl C ...it..ll, ,. james Matson r Vice President t,tttt Secretary ..ttt. Treasurer to Margaret Forstei ,ttv Archie Stevensoi Hazel Seigrist Librarian ,.,.te..v,a.ettett ....eett.... ,ttett s . Paul Ferrell Qergeant at Arms ..eaa..,...tett, .t,. at Chester Shamel Members of the orchestra are as follows Pianist Assistant Pianist Violins Saxophone Trumpet Flute Margaret Forster Dorothy Creel Haldean Lindsay Hazel Seigrist Bertha Spring Ralph Kinsey Chester Shamel James Cross James Matson, Paul Ferrell William Rosel 62 Jr QJIITIIQ Echb if-Q ORCHESTRA BOYS CHORUS 63 ' The Echo ' Alto Horn Joseph Chilcote Baritone Paul Williams Orchestra Bells Nancy Buckingham Drums Archie Stevenson The first meeting was held on Wediiesday evening January 20, in the music room of the High School. Roll call was answered with musical anecdotes. Margaret Forster and Haldean Lindsay received favors in musical contests. The orchestra was entertained with a VVashington Birthday Party by James Matson, Jr., at his home on Maple Ave. A color scheme of red, white and blue was carried out. Following orchestra practice, appropriate contests were conducted by the host. Favors were awarded Archie Steven- son, Paul Williams, Nancy Buckingham, Margaret Forster and Mrs. Waud. GIRL'S CHORUS The Girls Chorus is one of the most important musical organizations in the High School. It is composed of two choruses, in which there are thirty members, and meetings are held on Wediiesday' and Friday of each week. In October the Boys and Girls Glee Clubs, combined with the Grade Schools and assisted by the orchestra gave an entertainment at the High School Auditorium. BOY'S CHORUS The Boy's Chorus organized for the first time this year, has proved a great success. There are twenty-two members and meetings are held every Tuesday and Friday in the High School music room. ENGLISH CLUB The English Club was organized in September 1925, with all English students who have a grade of "E" or above as members. The aim of the society is to make a special study of literature and authors, the programs are planned with this aim in view. 64 gimme Echoig cn F1-I cn 'D D4 O U: U up all E CD 1 65 ' The Echo ' Miss Griffith, Miss Russell, lvliss Bates and Nliss Harper are the teachers in charge. FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President ..esssssssse L Margaret Rice President ..,.....eTe L Richard Fiedler Vice President Nedra Ramsour Vice President .,SS.... Dorothy Rice Secretary ridr eeeeee Ruth Fowler Secretary , L ,ol,ll.,iiiiT, Nauey Rippley Treasurer ,,i., Y, Y Dorothy Creel Treasurer ,,ll,,...,, Florence Mollg The main feature ofthe club's work for the year was to present Oliver Goldsmith's comedy-"She Stoops to Conquer" on April 17th at the High School Auditorium. CAST OF CHARACTERS: Sir Charles Marlowe l,llll..,ll,,,, L ,lll ,, ,lel.,,lle Forest Birney Young Marlowe llll L l,o... Alvin Greenlee Mr. Hardcastle llll ,..e . Richard Fiedler Mr. Hastings ,.ll,,, . ,ll,, .,l. , ,,o. Doyle Hooker Tony Lumpkin .Mllll .r .lllll .L .ll., . VVilliam Evans Stingo CLanCllordj l,,ll L, A. eeri VVilliam Haverfield Simon .,l.,. . ,,.,l,.. , t,e, George O'Donnell Roger ll....o.l,..,.l.. - ,r.e .ll, t.,,. B o b Lukens Tom Twist lll,,M.... .ll,. ,. Louis Moon Mat Muggins l,... ll..l, e L ,,.,, Ralph Kinsey Jack Slang llll.,l,.l ,llll W alter Hartman jeremy .,lllllllllll,lll,l ,l,ll W alter Melville Mrs. Hardcastle .t,,,,,, Mildred VVilkinson Miss Hardcastle ,lllv, ,,ll..,, L L Margaret Rice Miss Neville ,l.,c,.., .,.. L - Nedra Ramsour Maid ,r,,r.r,,,rr.,,,ll,r,,llll,,r.ll,...,.. .wr,...ll, , ,tlll Ruth Fowler The success of the play was due in a large measure to the work of the various committees. STAGE DIRECTORS "Miss Russell" Chairman orrr rr,r,r L Betty Herrick Albert Haskins Lois Brakebill Arthur Ferrell Clarabelle Carnes 66 Qyfhe Echolig 67 A The Echo ' BUSINESS MANAGERS "Miss Harper" Chairmancl. .A , , , Jessie YVaisner Mary K. Goodyear Ruth Rippeth Dorothy Rice Ruth Parry Nancy Rippeth Florence Mong ADVERTISING "Miss Griffethl' P Chairman ,.,. ..ci c c cc.,c,..... Margaret Condon Elizabeth Patterson Louise VVilliams Grace Simon Loretta Chilcote Dorothy Creel Grace Dunn Mary E. Condon Gladys Patterson Frances Jones Margaret McCullough Alma Hutchins Sara VVilson Pauline Miller A Helen Hutchins Molly Kloth Ethel Van Lehn Geneva Heston Kathryn Metcalf COSTUMES "Miss Bates" V Chairman ...,.ll,llllllc.., i--Edith Wagner Rozella Ong Martha Loper Bertha Soules Margaret Dunlap Velma Schwab Agnes Granville EL CIRCULO ESPAN OL "El Circulo Espanol" is an organization of Junior and Senior Spanish Students Who have a grade of "G" or above. The club was organized in October 1925. . The Officers elected Werex- I President .....,cl..llll... .B .cclcc,l,,lll James Matson, -Ir. Vice President Margaret Forster Treasurer .,lc,l .,ll. N ancy Buckingham Secretary ..ll llll,l, lc,l.l... Florence Mong The programs consisted of talks, magazine articles, book re- ports, etc., pertaining to Spanish life, habits and customs. Under the able supervision of Miss Bargdill, the club has increased the interest in the study of Spanish. 68 Q1,Th e Echo 69 ' A T he Echo ' WEN Association This year the E Association consists of seven members. The Seniors are Florence Mong and Margaret Forster. Margaret Forster has been in the Association all four years. This is the second year for Florence Mong. The Juniors are Theo Clever and Margaret Condon. They have been in the Association three years. Ruth Fowler is the only Sophomore member. This is her first year. Gertrude Dunn and Dorothy Creel represent the Freshmen. Honorary mention should be given to Beryl Lehew, Forrest Birney and Helen Simpson who have all E's but one. 70 ' The Echo A ' SENIOR PARTY The Seniors held their first party at the High School Gymnasium Nov. 20, 1925. An interesting program was given which consisted of a play "Miles Standishv. Margaret Forster was given the prize for charades representing books. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. .I UNIOR PARTY The Juniors threw off their grown-up airs and held a i'Kid" party in the High School Gym, Saturday March 13. The gymnasium was cleverly decorated in colors of pink and blue together with Mother Goose characters drawn by Mary Blunk. After a pleasing program, the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. Refreshments were served. SENIOR-FRESHMICN PARTY The Senior Class entertained the Freshmen at the High School Gymnasium on Fri- day, March 20. The first feature of the evening's program was a vocal solo by Dicky Cummings, which was followed by a dance by Virginia Chadwell. Next was a contest between a boyls quartet and a girl's quartet. The last part of the program was given over to a play "Mrs, Sullivanls Social Teal' put on by the members of the Senior Class. ' CAST Mrs. Sullivan ,, ..... Helen Davis Guests: Bridget Scanlon W ,,,. Margaret Forster G v H N Maggie Hooligan tttc., Loretta Chucorc CM 1' M011 Hans Olson . ,,,, , ...,, Art Kovvars Mnfgllfct Dunlap Sophie Olson ,,,,, ,,... M argaret Romig Juanita Cox Mrs. Flaiznigan , ,,,,,. Margaret Rice Margaret Buffingmn Mrs. Mc Ioorty ..., , Beryl Lehew H H-, F- H Mrs. Scammon ..,,,, Nellie Jones O is N226 SOPHOMORIC PARTY The Sophomores held a party April 24th. JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET The Juniors gave the Seniors a farewell banquet May 8th, The banquet was served by the ladies of the Presbyterian Church. The latter part of the evening was given over to dancing in the gym which was beautifully decorated. ' Elizabetfz Hewifi. 71 A The Echoy Alumni "Should auld acquaintance he forgot And never hrought to mind? Should auld acquaintance he forgot And auld lang syne?" "We time hae run ahout the hraes find pou'd the gowans fine But eo.-e"ue wandered naany a weary fit Sin auld lang synef' "And thereif a hand my trusty fiere And gi6,.S' a hand o' thine And wedl talee a right good wtllie-waught For auld lang synef' 72 A The Echo Parents There is quite an unusual honor in the fact that either one oi both of the parents of the following members of the class of '26 graduated fi om U. H. 5. Betty Herrick-Mr. and Mrs. V. VV. Herrick-'95-'97 Margaret Forster-Octavia Ferrell Forster-'94 lvlargaret Rice--Jessie Speck Rice-'01 VVilliam Lukens-Olive Dempster Lukens-'98 VVilliam Rosel-Mrs. C. W. Rosel--'94 Junior Matson-Esther McCollam Matson-'04 Francis Gooding-Edith Robinette Gooding-'04 Alvin Greenlee-VV. A. Greenlee-'99 Margaret Romig--Mary Greenlee Romig-'04 Florence Mong-Eleanor Cummings Mong-'05 Glen Stilgenbauer--H. O. Stilgenbauer-'99 Marriages VV hom gentler stars unite and in one fate "But happy they, the happiest of their kind Their hearts, then fortunes and their beings blend. Fern Fisher '20-Ray McMasters Mary Guthrie '19-Harold Peoples Phyliss McClelland '21-James VVatt Mary Ginther '21-Tom Powell Nellie N abor '16-Leonard Whitehouse lvlargaret Pringle '23--Voris Bailey Gordon Hensel '25-Esther Robb Mary Alice Campbell '25-Harry McMath '22 Ada Carrothers '25-Langford Maurer Elsa Van Vleck '18-Edmund Siegrist '17 Mary Hillyer '15-R. S. Carter Helen Sciarra '22-Raymond De Vault Irene VVilkinson '20-Stephan Shilan '20 Margaret Curtiss '24-Jesse Wright Edna Gardner '24--Byron Jones '22 Irma Chaney '24--Arlie Butler 73 J! 19 The Echo ' Births "As living jewels, dropped unstained from Heaven." Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Aldenderfer QEmma Bender 'ZID Mendon, Micli. a son to which the name of Paul Howard was given. Mr. and lVIrs P. R. Romig fMary Greenlee '04 Lakewood, Ohio, a son by the name of Theodor Greenlee. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dunn QBertha Quimby 'IZH a son to whom the name Francis Mellor was given. Mrs. YValter Hamilton CMabel Ferrell 'ZID a daughter who was named Doris jean. Mr. and lvlrs. Roy Shipton CFrances Davisj of Uhrichsville, O., a daughter to whom the name of Jean Louise was given. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Aeschliman C235 a son to whom the name of James Earl was given. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mohn a son to Whom the name Kenneth Donald was given. - Musicians "Yea, Music is the Prophets Art, Among the gifts that God hath sent, One of the most magnificent." Mrs. June Elson Kunkle '10 supervisor of voice at Margaret Manley Seidel School, Columbus, Ohio. Miss Goldie McClintock '05 supervisor of music in Struthers school. Ethel McCollam '09, Frances Stowe '23, Alverda Rosel '21 have studios in Uhrichsville. Mollie Uhrich Goodyear, '99, Austa Speck McClave '08 and Ruth Speck Waud '17 supervisors of music in schools are well know vocalists. Miss Zoe Peter is a prominent violinist. Don McCauley '16 manager of a popular orchestra. 74 ' A The Echo ' Education The old adage 'CA little knowledge is a dangerous thing. Drink deep or taste not the Pyrian Spring" has indeed been heeded by a large majority of our young people, now attending the various colleges of our country. Firney Errington '20-Ohio State University, School of Nledicine Isabel Stevens '22-Ohio State University Ardath VVhite '22-Ohio State University Ella Carson '22-Granville Gerald VVardell '21-Athens Mildred Hillyer '21-Ohio State University Morris Moody '22-Ohio State University Pauline Shumaker '22-Ohio Wesleyaii University Charles Murphy' 23-Ohio Vvesleyan University George Hays '25-Dennison University Eugene Bowser '24--Kiski Elizabeth Viloodborne ,ZZ-Vvooster Lester Patterson '24-Chio University Lawrence Patterson '24-Ohio University Avalene Ferrell '24----Ohio University Ralph Spiker '21--VVooster Mary Buckingham '23-Ohio VVesleyan University Earl Kinsey '23-Bethany Ellen Kinsey '25-Bethany TWilliam Moody '23-Ohio State University Virginia Miller '23-Ohio State University Katherine Herrick '23--Ohio State University Ethel Roth '23--Oberlin Conservatory Dorothy Anderson '24-Ohio State University 75 The Echo Margaret Ackerman '24--John Hopkins Hospital Rachel Rosel '23--'Wallace Conservatory Mildred Lenk '23-Athens Nancy McCollam '23--Bethany Jane VVaisner '23-Massillon Hospital Franklin Shaffer '25-Ohio VVesleyan University Delbert VVaud '23-Ohio University Florence Bender '25-Ohio University Pauline Evans ,25-Hospital Training, Col. Lida Johnson '25-Ohio VVesleyan University Dorothy VVoodborne '25--VVooster Mary VVright '25-VVooster VVilliam lVlcCollom '25-Bethany Nora Gooding '25-VVooster Mildred Green '25--Bliss, Phyliss Devine '25-VVooster Henry VVilson '25-VVooster Florence Wlardell '24-Hospital Training, Col. Edna Kummer '25-Ohio VVesleyan University Edith Arbagast '25-Bliss Business College John Derry '25-Rose Polytechnic, Terre Haute Delmar Hollingsworth '25-Bliss Ronald Hillyer '25-Ohio University Lucille Yan Lehn '25--Ohio University Hazel Simpson '25-Ohio University i Marguerette Cameron '18-Ohio University Elizabeth VVoodborne '22-Cleveland Art School Clara Florence Moody '24-Ohio VVesleyan Mary Galbraith '25-New Philadelphia Normal Marian Marchand '25-St. Lukels Hospital, Cleveland 76 ' The Echo A Industry 'In every rank, great or small, 'Tis industry that supports us all." Roy VVesthaver '05-Hardware Merchant Ross Long '05-Bookkeeper McGowan Bros. Co. ' Arthur Cummings '08-Salesman Shaeffer Black Co. Ruth McCollam '09-Stenographer H. Snyder VVallace Haverfield ,O8--Bookkeeper for Ross Clay Co Fannie Taggart '09-Principal of Trenton Ave. School Faith Sproul '10-Teacher Trenton Ave. Bldg. Elmer McClave '1 1-Stillwater Sewer Pipe Co. Paul Stout '11-Our present Mayor Fred VVesthafer '97-City Editor of the Chronicle Robert Cappel '12-Cappel gl Roth Grocery Store Edgar Hillyer '12-Clay City Pipe Co. Daisy Lenk '12--Uhrichsville Ice Co. Arthur VVagner '05-Member of our School Board Paul Reed '10--Attorney W. P. Greenlee '99-Twin City VVholesale Co. Nellie Haverfield '04-Clerk at Beck,s Jewelry Store Lynn McCort '12-Clerk P. R. R. Shops Stella Taggart '12-Teacher Uhrich St. Bldg. Ruth Parks '12-Teacher Uhrich St. Bldg. James McCollam '12-McCollam 81 Son Bruce Demuth '13-P. R. R. Shops Jennie Waters '13-Teacher Trenton Ave. Bldg. Mabel VVardell '13-Uhrichsville P. O. Martha Chase '14--Clerk P. R. R. Shop Charles Greenlee '14--Greenlee's Store Glenn Maurer '14-Proprietor of Citizens Store 77 ' The Echo Blanche Spiker '14 Teacher Uhrich St. Bldg. Esther Taggart '14-Teacher Nlaple Grove Frances Dunn '16-Dodge Bros. Garage Lucille Patterson-Teacher Dennison Nlildred Hersey '16---Teacher Uhrich St. Bldg. Beyer Eckfeldt '16QClerk Buckeye Fire Clay Co. Ruth Lafferty '16-Teacher Trenton School Irma Hines '24-Teacher Ross School Loren Pfieffer '16-Greenlee's Store Dean Bush '17-Cashier American Vitrified Products Co Emmet Baker '17-VVhite Drug Store Marie Dooling '17-Clerk P. R. R. Helen Marshall '17-Robinson Clay Products Co. Earl Rainberger '17-Dentist Annabelle Stevenson '17-Clerk P. R. R. Shops Kathryn Gutenshon-Stenographer P. R. R. Ruth McCullough '19-Teacher Trenton Ave. Bldg. Josephine Moore '19-Clerk P. R. R. Beulah Renwick '19--Teacher Central High Bldg. Alma Stowe ,19-Teacher Trenton Ave. Bldg. Cornelia Uhrich '19-Sales lady Rosels Store Gladys VVardell '19-Clerk Uhrichsville P. O. Ora Bickle '20-Stenographer Twin City Chattel Loan Co Martha Harding '20-Clerk Fienbergis Store Mary Lenk '20 Teacher Central High Bldg. Adelaide Maurer ,ZO-Teacher Central High Bldg. Grace McCollam '20-Bookkeeper McCollam Garage lylary Kofsky '21-Clerk Twin City Fruit Market Margaret Stevenson '21-Clerk Rayl's Millinery Store Nlargaret Uhrich '21-Bookkeeper Uhrich Transfer Co. Frances Edwards 322-Teacher Tgenton Ave. Bldg. . The Echo A ' Gertrude Brady '23-Stenographer lVIcGoWan's VVholesale House Thelma Harris 'ZZ-Stenographer Evans Clav Co. Byron Jones '22-Clerk Taggart Shoe Co. Opal Long ,22-Telephone Operator Dorothy Lafferty '22-Clerk Perryls News Stand Leona lVIcDonald '22-Clerk at Disher's joseph Natale '22-Natale Bros. Co. Helen Ong '22-Teacher Uhrich St. Bldg. Hazel Patterson ,225-Clerk SerVison's Paul Robinson '22-P. R. R. Josephine Sells '22--Teacher Maple Grove Ruth Arthurs ,23-Commercial Bank Irma Carrothers '23-Stenographer Kopp Kandy Ko. Esther Combs '23-Teacher Trenton Ave. Bldg. Dortohy Derry 323--Stenographer Royal Sewer Pipe Company Ruth Heck '23-Commercial Bank Dorothy Lehew '23-Teacher St. Clairsville, Ohio Marie lyledley '23-Saleslady Rosel's Store ' Nlargaret McCrady ,23--Stenographer Lola Retzler '23-Telephone Operator Leone lVIcConnel '23--Stenographer Romig Insurance Company lV1argaret lVIorris '23-Proprietor of Peggy's Shoppe, Dennison. Lois Rippeth '23-Bookkeeper Crummy Plumbing Company Nlatilcla Spring '23-Teacher Juliette Conwell '24--Stenographer City Auditor's Office Isabelle Coppock ,24--Stenographer Ross Clay Company Ethel Daugherty 724-Employed at State Theatre Theodore Gutensohn '24-Teacher Irma Hines '24--Teacher Zelpha Hooker '24--Stenographer YY. H. Patterson Real Estate Ruth Horne '24---Stenographer Evan's Clay Company 79 The Echo, ' Katherine Maurer 124-Teacher Gilmore Jean Tipton '24-Teacher John Lehew '24-Clerk Steubenville Harold Reiser 124--Hutzler Drug Company Donald Stoutt '24--Chronicle Office Tinabelle Gower '25--Preston's Mildred VVeaver '25-lVlorgan's Madelon Herron '25--Servisoxfs Evelyn Jones '25-Court House New Philadelphia, Ohio General Information 1872 Kate Meyers, Cleveland, Ohio, proprietor of hlillinery Store. 1873 Mrs. W. A. Lacey, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mrs. Lacey is the oldest member who attends the Alumni Meetings. 1877 Mary Hoobler, Uhrichsville, Ohio, census taker for the Uhrichsville Schools. Mrs. Lulu Demuth, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mrs. Etta Oliver, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Miss Anne Nlellor, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1878 Mrs. C. A. Greenlee, Uhrichsville Ohio. Two of Mrs. Greenlee's grandchildren Alvin Greenlee and Nlargaret Romig are members of this years graduating class. Mrs. H. Beal, Urbana, Illinois. Mrs. Beal is spending the winter in Florida. The Echo Staff wishes to thank Mrs. Beal for her kind donation to the Echo. 1879 Nlrs. Frank Mazurie, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mrs. VV. D. Collier, Columbus, Ohio. S0 A The Echo 1881 Mrs. E. P. Uhrich, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mrs. E. Cummings, Milan, Illinois, assistant to Reverend Cum- mings. Emma Meyers, Cleveland, Ohio. 1 8 82 lvliss Nettie Scott, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1 8 85 Mrs. E. Keegan, Columbus, Ohio. Dr. A. lVlcCollam, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1 8 86 Reverend VVilliam C. Guthrie, Conoquenessing, Pennsylvania. 1887 Emma Brown, Uhrichsville, Ohio, teacher Central High Building. I 1 8 89 Eugene West, Uhrichsville, Ohio, Tailor. 1 890 Nettie Richardson Romig, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1 891 YT1CI1t Com Mrs. E. A. McCollam, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Miss Mary Morgan, Dennison, Ohio, , Uhrichsville, High School. 1 head of Commercial Depart- Mrs. R. E. Finney, Uhrichsville, Ohio Blanche Scott, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1892 Mrs. Eugene West, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1893 VVm. G. Bliss, Canton, Ohio, manager VVestern Union Telegraph pany. 1894 Nlrs. G. W. Blickensderfer, Lock 17. . C. F. Brooks, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1 895 E. S. VVoodborne, Uhrichsville, O 81 Mrs Mrs. hio. ' The Echo, 1896 Lottie Clarks, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Carrie Brown Shepard, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Margaret Rosel Cummings, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1897 Mae Blunk Mealey, Little Rock, Arizona. Mrs. Harry Klar, Uhrichsville, Ohio. - Minta Scott, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Lillie Shulze Pierce, Youngstown, Ohio. 1898 Elsa Storing Lamneck, Columbus, Ohio. Cora Kummer, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1899 Herbert Cummings, Danville, Illinois, Road Foreman of Engines C. 81 I. R. R. 1900 Mabel Bukey Romig, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mrs. Romig has the dis tinction of being the only member in the class of 1900. 1901 Emma Hunt Higely, VVilkinsburg, Pennsylvania Ada McCullough, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Alma Ross Pettv, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1902 lvlame Brown Browne, New Philadelphia, Ohio. become well-known as a dramatist of great talent. Dr. Tracy Haverfield, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1903 Bessie Long Haverfield, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1 1904 Clara Keepers VVoodbridge, Phoenix, Arizona. Lillian Kinsey, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1905 Gertrude Dickson Stewart, Salem, Ohio. I 4 Ethel Pheiffer Ritchen, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. Elizabeth Ripley Morton, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Ruth Leffingwell Kohn, Dover, Ohio. 82 Nlrs. Browne ha 1906 Bessie Oliver Penn, Lakewood, Ohio. Sylvia Nlazurie Roby, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1907 Zella Forster Hilles, Cleveland, Ohio. Birdie Hall Uhrich, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Cecil Hunt, Canton, Ohio. Esther LaPorte Smythe, Uhrichsvil le, Ohio. Rosa Lenk Muitaugh, Mount Vernon, Ohio. Nlinnie Speck VVesthafer, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1908 Dr. Allen Beck, Massillon, Ohio. Agatha Graham Lytle, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Margaret Lenk Hartman, Uhrichsville, Ohio Hazel Reed McCoy, Gooding, Idaho. Ella Wlesthafer Kelley, Steubenville, Ohio. 1909 VVm. B. Ross, Xvoodbury, New Jersey, Chemlcll Engineer Vacuum Oil Company. Royal Parry, Bowerston, Ohio, Superintendent of Schools 1910 Ruth Romig Beltz, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Stella Rutledge, New Philadelphia, Ohio, Teacher 1911 Frederic Exely, California. Mrs. Exely and family hate been mak ing an extended visit with friends in Uhrichsville. Florence Gordon Thrush, Uhrichsville, Ohio Inez Parry Beltz, Akron, Ohio. 1912 Ruth Brunner Reed, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Louise Coldren Hillyer, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Grace Eckfeldt Wiest, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Myra Stevens Disher, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1914 Helen Latto, Duluth Minnesota, Teacher. Rebecca Mitchell, Canton, Ohio, Teacher. 191 5 Emily Brown Wheland, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 83 The Echo, ' The Echo Louise Englehardt, Columbus, Ohio. Member of VVef.tminste Foundation. VVilliam Latto, Bethany, VVest Virginia. Teacher. Nannie Patterson Hall, Dennison, Ohio. Teacher. Helen Robb Greer, Mizimi, Florida. 1916 Mildred Brunner Baker, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mercedes Cummings Oberholzer, Dennison, Ohio. Kate Englehardt, Cadiz, Ohio. Eric L. Finney, New Philadelphia, Ohio. Uhrichsville Post Office Maryf' Harding Heck, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Achsa Nlinnich Bodenheimer, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mary Beatrice Minnich, Columbus, Ohio. VVelfare VVorker. Grayce VVilliams, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1917 Dewey lVlcConnell is taking Vocational training in Dayton, Ohio. Beulah Rhodes, Buffalo, New York. john VVesley Brwoning, Florida. Clara Carrothers Browning, Florida. Irma Guthrie Curtiss, Newcomerstown, Ohio. Edna Kennedy Barkley, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Julia Mohn Homer, Lakewood, Ohio. Helen Romig Buffinton, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Anna Dempster VVells, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Alfred VVarpel, Hller, Ohio. 1918 Dorothy Reed, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Josephine VVest Zimmerman, Uhrichsville, Ohio Irma Guthrie Cresap, New Comerstown, Ohio. Ethel Dunn Hiller, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1919 - George Herrick, Nlansfield, Ohio. Ruth McMath Armstrong, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1920 Grace Heck Taylor, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Anna Nussdorfer, New Philadelphia, Ohio. Teacher. Frances Rock, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Chemist. lla Stahl, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Lucy VVilcoXen Gatchell, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Sam VVelch, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Dairyman. 84 l ' 'Phe Echo 1921 hflargaret Browning Baltzell, Miami, Florida. John Hilligus, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mary Kofsky, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Josephine Maurer, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mary McConnell VVeaver, Canton, Ohio. Irene Zimmerman Fuller, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1922 Frances Davis Shipton, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Nora Furbay, Akron, Ohio. Teacher. Frances Henry, Uhrichsville, Ohio Olive Rippeth, Atwater, Ohio. Robert Cresap, Marion, Ohio. 1923 Mildred Hutchins Stocker, Uhrichsville, Ohio Paul Gower, Indianapolis, Indiana. Ardis Hutson, Uhrichsville, Ohio. James Peoples, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Dorothy Romig, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Orpha West Retzler, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Eugene Patterson, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Matilda Spring, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1924 Mildred Blunk, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Georgia Romig, Ashland, Ohio. 1925 Helen Forster, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Francis Dooling, Tampa, Florida. George VVentz, Tampa, Florida. Mary Harvey, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Julia Chadwell, Columbus, Ohio. Esther Ingalls, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 85 y' ' The Echo ' Lest We forget! "Out of the strain of the Doing Into the peace of the Done Out in the thirst of pursuing Into the rapture of Won. Out of grey mist into brightness Out of pale mist into dawn Out of all Wrong into rightness Into eternit 's Harvest Home." Y The Class of 1926 extends its sympathy to those Alumni who have lost some of those near to them. Nlrs. Octavia Ferrel Forster, mother of Helen Forster '25 and Nlargaret Forster '26. Dr. Ong, father of Helen Ong, '22. Isaac Romig, father of Laura Cummings Romig. Nlrs. Charles Cresap, mother of Robert Cresap, '22. 86 The Echo 13 flxdk I S .,f' 4-X 'ff 7 xx X ...LX X 'I 3 :fm I V, X ., .,: ff- :.2bf "" " ' ' , - X' 1, 1 ,X XX J :wg ' x X y 7' if fu -A L ' X ' The Echo ' Jokes lNf1iss Bargdill-"One thing, if you'd practice reading Spanish out loud at home it would help you out quite a bit." Jolin-"yes, out thfe door." Mr. Virtue-"Nedra, why did they build round towers on castles in medieval times?" Nedra-"VVell, so they could see around the corners! D Miss Griffeth-"Pd like to buy a new pair of Zippers, but I haven't any money." Miss McCann-"Oh, well, write a check? Mr. Virtue lreferring to Parliament's desire that Elizabeth marryl "jim, what did Parliament want Elizabeth to do?" Jim Maxwell-"VVhy er--step out and pluck herself a man." Mr. Robinson-f'VVhy don't they send cotton up to the North Pole?" Haverfield-"They have furs." Glenn Z.-"They had to stop the Covered Wagon in Cleveland." Helen Davis-"Why?" Glenn-"They had to grease the wheels." Virtue-'4Dietrich what are you doing in that seat?" 37 Roy-"Sitting in it. t Miss McCann-"Chester how many problems have you today?" Chet-"None" Miss McCann--"Well Chester, honesty is good for the soul." Chet-'4Yes, but not for the grade." ' Nell Jones-"Be your age Art, but don't crawl." Mr. Virtue-"VVhat caused the growth of the automobile industry in Detroit?" Art-"Tin," Zimmie-"I just saw a horse with a wooden leg." Ricey-"Where?" Zimmie-"On a merry-go-round." 88 A T 'he Echo ' From Spud to Jessie--The goat is white, The frog is green, Such love as mine Is seldom seen! Mr. Roe-"Greenlee, why does a team of horses have to keep pulling a wagon after they once get it started?" Nlrf was 800 Al-"To keep from getting run over." Johnnie Latto-"Why do you always have to call teachers Miss or J7 Bill Rosel-"Respect your elders, Johnnie." Mr. Robinson-"Students of today have too much money. When I young I started out a bare foot boy." Hal-"I wasn't born with shoes eitherf' Johnnie Latto-"Vini Vidi Vicin I stooped I laughed I felt a draught." Miss VViest-"Look at that half ruined castle. It must he at least years old." Dorothy Stevenson-"Believe me, they don't build such ancient castles these days." Mr. Pabst-"Now you must prove to me that the earth is roundf' Theo-"VVhy I never said it was." Mr. Pabst-"What insect lives on the .least food?" Ruth Taylor-"The moth-it eats holes." Bill Evans-f'Can I go over to 209 to speak to a fellow?', Miss McCann-"I know you can, but that is not saying that you may, Bill." here. Bill-'fOh, I don't know enough English to get what I want around 7, Edna Kelly-'fGive me a quart of oil." Garage mari-"What kind, heavy?" Edna-"Don't get fresh." Bill Lobb-"I know where you can get a good chicken dinner for 25c." Archie-"Where?" - Bill-"Down at the feed store." Waiter-"Aren't your eggs cooked long enough sir?" Mr. Roe-"Yes, but not soon enoughf' 89 ' ' The Echo. ' 'We may live without friends--we may live without books, But civilized men cannot live without cooks. He may live without love--what is passion but piningf But where is the man that can live without dining. . ' Little one-half credits Marked upon our slate Give us Seniors lots of joy Cause they help us graduate. Dot Rice-"Don7t sit on your thumbf, Junior Matsoii-"Why not?" KC P Dot- Because there s a nail. in it." Mr. Robinson-"VVhat is pasteurized milk?" Archie-"lt's milk you get from a cow that feeds in a pasture." Bruce Ronalds applies at Maurer's for a job. Mr. Maurer'-"I'll give you 53.00 a week. VVhat can you do, dress a chicken?" Bruce-"Not on 153.00 a week." J. Latto-"I want a new belt? H. Nlyers-"How long?" J. Latto-"I want to buy it you nut, not borrow it." lVlr. Pabst walking in Room 106 and seeing chair in corner-als this the dunce's chair?", Loretta-"VVell I don't know what you call it but that's where the teacher sits. D lVlr. Robinson-"Is.there any tin in a tin can after you take the paper off?" Mar aret Forster-'fSa Dot ou don't have enou 'h on. g , Y , Y t g Dot Rice-"Horrors, can you tell it?" Nlargaret-"Yes your face is paler than usual." Albert H.-"Say did you know that Johnnie had to have his picture taken over again?" Bill Rosel-"Yes he had to have it taken in sections. Carl Varner--"Pa I ain't got no syrup." Father-"Gerald correct our brother." n Q . y 1 v 1 Jerry-peering into his brother's dish--"Y es you is." 90 . A yThe Echo I ' Zimmie-"VVhat's that old hen eating them tacks for?" Doyle H.--'fPerhaps it is going to lay a Carpet." N111 Shimp-"VVhat Would you suggest to reduce the number of times you are tardy,'BettyF" Betty-"Ring the gong after I get into the room." Rice -'Klsn't it lorious to Wake un in the morning and hear the Y- A 8. ' P as leaves Whispering outside your Window?" Tubbv-'fltls all ri ht to hear the leaves whis ver but I can't stand , 3 I i to hear the grass moWn." Nlr. Roe-"VVhat is a circle?" Dougie-'CA round line." Dedicated to Miss Bai-gdill and Nlr. Pabst. They stood beneath the mistle toe He knew not what to do For he was only five feet tall And she was six feet two. Nliss NlcCann-"I Want everyone in this room to quit talking" Ciread- ing from Biblel "Make a joyful noise unto the Lord." Nlargaret Romig-"VVhat's a cure for Water onthe kneefn Bill Evans-"Try Wearing pumps." b Art-"Excuse me Loretta for foxtrotting when they were playing a one step." A Loretta-"That was all right Art, I was Waltzingf' 91 Qyfhe Echo QQ Qyfhe Echo QQ A fisim N i l 2? IQayS Q Q50 pzailamige - v2?f?sers The Echo, lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Bradshaw Printing Company 5 71 School Annuals' E Baptist Temple Opp. City Hall E Alliance, Ohio E This Annual is a Sample of E Our Work IlllllllllliIIIIllIIllllIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllIIllIllIlIINIIMIIllllIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII .M-.--4- 1 ...,,,,,,,,1.m....,,,...,,.-.m....i.1,.,.-,,,,-.m.-..,.1.,.,-ml.-nn, 1 .. .. 1 INDDXTEACKI Headquarters for Tea, Coffee, Spices, Baking Powder and Fancy Groceries J. W. Harrison, Mgr. 128 East Third Street 4. .... ----. -- -.,..- ..,. -i...-....-,...- .,.. -.,..-...,-....-..., ---. - - - 4. VVhen you own a PEERLESS you have all that automotive engineering can give you. Models 6-80, 6-72, 8-69 R.K.FURBAY,AGENT 4. 1---1---11 nu- iiii -nu-uuinu 1-----1- -- 1 4. 94 The Echo if ----- .-1.H-1.r.-..,.-...,-,...-,.,.-,.,.-,...-,,.,-.,.,- .Y., - .. - - -. - - -P The Twenty-fourth Anniversary Of Our A sranr as c'Your Photographer' Twenty-four Years in Same Location Fifteen Years Photographer for the New Philadelphia High School 'fDe1phian" and Second Year For "THE ECHO" H It will he to your advantage to know XVI-IY Whenever you may require photograph Work done-Portrait or Commercial-And Home Portraits. THE GREEN STUDIO 1-I-3 1-Z N. Broadway New Philadelphia, Ohio Phone 392-Y All Photography in this Annual with a few exceptions by HARRY W. GREEN 111 S. Maiii St. Uhrichsville, Ohio Phone 139 -1- ............ .,.. - ....-...-. .L 95 The Echo. THE BUCKEYE FIRE CLAY CO. Maiiufacturers of V ITRIFIED SFVVER PIPF Uhrichsville, Ohio 4. --- -1- 1,...1iir.1..:.1ii.1 1 1.1 1mi1m.1.....i THE DENNISON NATIONAL BANK Dennison, Ohio Member of the Federal Reserve Bank DIRECTORS W. A. Coldren Medical Examiner Penna. Lines Wesley K. Fckfeld President Buckeye Fire Clay Co. George W. Kelly Superintendent Children's Home M. M. Keepers Asst. Sec'y Savings Sc Loan Co. J. Quincy Law Farmer A. R. Lanning Lanning gl Co. Iic Ludwig Ries, Jr. Clothing Merchant Heywood Clark Merchant Edwin D. Moody e Pres. Dennison Sewer Pipe Co G. H. Oberholzer Merchant Philip A. Romig Contractor Emerson R. Van' Ostran Merchant and Manufacturer THE SAFEST PLACE FOR SAVINGS Resources ...................... ................. :51,500,000.00 111 1nn1im1uu1m.1,,,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1m.1.m1,..1 1 .,1,,,,1.,,,1.,,.1,,,,1....1. 1 1 The Echo 4- ---- ---- - --- 4' 155 SE ii f if Xl 3 sg 1 1 .. ... lun-nn-nn.-If-.1 1 - 97 The Echo LOOKING FORWARD Success in business comes largely through the development of the important ability to look for- ward-to sense the future conditions of business and finance-coupled with a certain degree of conserva- tive optimism. Here at this institution you will find an associa- tion With men of broad Vision, trained by study and experience in the Wisdom of looking forward. THE UNION BANK Uhrichsville, Ohio Aa G .15 Established 1874 Capital . .cccc ee cccc,ccccc is100,000 l'iXl'iCUTlVliS F. lf. LLIUO ,.,, ., .,,, . U , ,.,,,,, , . President lf. D. lVl00dy W , WW, Vice President C. lf. VVhCelnnd ,,,i,,,i , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, Cashier xi. R. Carson . ..,, ,,., ,,,,,. .f X ssistant Cashier DIRECTORS W. P. Greenlee, President Rust Ohio Building S: Loan Co. F. F. Lntto, President F. A. Mazurie, Merchaiit lf. D. Nloody, Vice President and Cashier Dennison National Bank Alexander Robinson, President Robinson 8 Sons Sevverpipe Co. W. B. Stevens, Attorney li. F. Utterback, President Citizens Building 8: Loan Co. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 111m-1.m1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,,,1un1, 98 A The Echo H1 1 1 1 1 1 .1.m1,,,,...,,,,1nn1...I1,m1.,,.1un1.,,,...-un-uu1,m.1.m.1, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Compliments PAUL H. STOUTT Mayor of City of Uhrichsville We believe in the Uhrichsville High School :md its teachers, and will always boost High School Ath- letics. Come in and see us. The latch string is always out. If you tarry it might prove costly. .5.,-,.,,... ... ..-....-.,.,-...,......- .....,.,-..,.-. -................-...... - ..,...-..,.--..- ... - .... - ...,......g. THE ROSS CLAY PRODUCTS COMPANY HIGH GRADE SEWER PIPE FLUE LININGS WALL COPING, BUILDING BLOCK, FIRECLAY CHIMNEY PIPE AND CHIMN EY TOPS I Q. I-ml-u 111-111--11---1-11-1---11 sfo 99 1 1 1 1 1 1....1M1,.,.1,,,.1,4..1nu1nu1nn1un1uu1nu1mi1lm1uH... 1 1 1 .1 I 'I' ------- ---------- ------- 4- A The Echo DODGE BROTHERS Sales Service DUNN BROTHERS East Second Street Uhrichsville 4- ------------------------- -sv THE CHRONICLE 1 Daily and Weekly Leased Wire Service The Chronicle is the Best Advertising Medium in Tuscaravvs County READ THE CHRONICLE 100 ' The Echo ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1H111H..1.....1nn1,,,,1.m.1,,,,1U,.1,,..1....1,,.,1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -N PEARCH LUMBER COMPANY First to Fourth on Wallace Street -4QHoQ Retailers Of ALL KINDS OF BUILDERS SUPPLIES AND LUMBER I 4. -.... .-----.------.-- ---------- . 1. 4. 101 IQITIIQ Echom +I- '-'- - '-'- - -1-' - ---- --I- '-'- - -hK- - --11 - -'-- - --1- - '-K1 - -l-- - .-'- - -1-- - 1-l- - ---. - A-1- - 1-1- - ---- - ---i - -K-- - -1-, - -.,- - ---- - --.- - .-'- - ---- - Kl-- -4- I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I THE RGBINSON 8,1 SQNS SEWER PIPE Co. I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I QIThe Echo IQ 3 I I THE DENNISON WATER I I SUPPLY COMPANY I I I I I I I I I DENNISON, OHIO THE DENNISQN SEWER PIPE Co. I I I I DENNISON, OHIO : The Echo ' 4. - - - - - .. - -....-.,..-.,..-....-..,.-..,...,.,.-....-....-..l.-..,.- .. - - - - - -...... 4. THE CONSOLIDATION VALE THEATRE PICTORIUM THEATRE Uhrichsville, Ohio Dennison, Ohio STATE THEATRE GRAND THEATRE Uhrichsville, Ohio New Comerstown, Ohio CITY OPERA PIOUSE Uhrichsville, Ohio ASSURES YOU THE BEST IN ENTERTAINMENT THE TWIN CITY THEATRE COMPANY .g.-....- -1-.- .. -.- .. -. ... --....-. -- ----- -I----:fe MILLER BROTHERS THE ALL AMERICAN RESTAURANT Uhrichsville, Ohio I -in -lm ----------- lm- .... -....-.m- .... -mf ----- . ----- .E 104 The Echo 4. - - .. - - .. -..,.-....-.......,.....,...-........,.,-..,.-.,,.-.,.,...,.,-..,....,.......,..- - ... .. - .. .. CERESOTA FLOUR Gold Bar and Silver Bar California Fruits Thistle Brand Canned Goods THE TWIN CITY GROCERY COMPANY Distributors 4. - .... ......- ....-..-... .. ----- . -. ....- ofa COMMERCIAL BANK A GOOD PLACE TO BANK ...i..1.-.---11.11-.......11..1.-1-1...1.1-11...1... 105 A The Echo -5. - - - - - -..,.-..........-....-......,...-....-,...-..........-,.,.-..- - - - .. - 4. Quality , Service TWIN CITY LUMBER COMPANY Cf' f ' ' ' T D VI 5 are NO! .Sa1'z5fzenZ Cnlexs You glre Courtesy Price GREENLEE'S STORE The Reliable GENERAL MERCHANDISE , P H Bell Phone 72 910 Trenton Avenue Uhriehsville, Ohio 'I' 'I' 106 ' A The Echo A ' 'f' -------- Iflv - Ilf- - Ivll - -lfl - flll - Ilvl - flfl - Illv - "'I - l--1 -- '-'1 - r--' ------ ' I - K"' - 'l' F. W. SHAFFER VVholesale and Retail Tobaccos Cigars Cigarettes 330 North Maizi Street Uhrichsville Pocket Billiard Parlor 106 East Third Street 4.-...... - - - - - - -........,.-..,.-....-..........-..M-....- ..... - ... .. ... - - - .....,.....g. TOWN CRIER The All-Purpose Fainily Flour THE MQGOWAN BROTHERS CQMPANY Wholesale Distributers 1"" ----111- 2 --1-+-------1---- 1 nf. 1 0 7 111111.11...-1.............111...1...1..-.-.-...L Q , TE? fe? , Q L! Everything Electrical Wasliers Sweepers A Irons Radiolas The Home of Good Vifashing Machiiies n- PAH the Latest Improved Types The Latest Patterns of Electrical Lighting Fixtures THE TWIN CITY ELECTRIC COMPANY H. O. Stilgenbauer Class 1909 C. Q. Romig Class 1909 Ive Serve You Best In Clothing, Tailoring, Hats and Shoes FLoRsHE1M shoes for Men GLOVE GRIP Shoes for Women We fit the hard to fit in "Nobby Footwear" TREADWAY BROTHERS 123 East Third Street Phone -1-94 4. -H.. --------..-- --.. 1- - - - - - 4, 108 The Echo A up - -....-.,.,-,..,-H..-.,.,........,.,.-...........-.....-.1..-.....-,...-..,......,.-,.i.-,...- -. - - - .- 'I' C. C. Schambra P. H. Perry SCHAMBRA-PERRY Drugs and News Service Stationery School and Office Supplies Books, Magazines and Seasonahle Novelties. Corner Third and Uhrich Streets Uhrichsville, Ohio 4. -l...-..i.- -..,.....,.- ..,. -.-.-...-.. i ..- -i - i-i - H- -1- WILCOXSON HARDWARE COMPANY The Vlfinchcster Sfore Everything in General Hardware Plumbing, Mill and Mine Supplies Phone 33 7 gf. 1-1---1---- nn-uniim--un-un 1--11--1 4. 109 The Echo C. W. ROSEL CO. Ready-to-VVear Garments For Women and Children Pretty C oats, Pretty Dresses Many to Select From Gossard Corsets VVarner Bros. Corsets Nemo Corsets Nlunsingwear Pigeon Hose Cadet Hose Dry Goods Rugs Draperies "The1fe's a Reason for Our Big Business" 4. --.. ,.,, - ,,,, - ,,,, .. .,,, .. ,,., - ,,,, - .,,. - ,... - .... .. .... - ..,. - ..,. - .,.. - .,.. - ..,. ....,..- ,,.. ... ,.., -,H--M. ofa DEVINE CLOTHING COMPANY For 1 MEN and BOYS 1 1 1 -1 1 1-nn1nu1nn1-uu1nu-- uiuu -nn---nn--nn1nn1-un1nn1 1 1 1 1 1 4. I IO The Echo A 1 1 1 1 1111111-11--11111nn...-11111uni111111m1n111nu11111111111 1 1 1 CLAY CITY PIPE C0. UHRICHSVILLE, OHIO -1- ---------------- ---- -1- 11 THE EVANS PIPE CO Newport Road UHRICI-ISVILLE, OHIO +- ------------------- - 4- 111 A The Echo l .. 1 1,mlnn-nn.-nn-nn.-uu.-uu-4.in-nn-nn--nn-nn-nu-1.n-nn-nn-- 1 1 -- - STYLEPLUS CLOTHES , ,rx-. D S25 3530 5535 ol. f fo' x Queen Quality Shoes for Womeii f V, 0 Y Emerson Shoes for Men X if X, i' PARR BROS. Sao fi Dennison, Ohio ,,, W- , , - ,. , , ,,,,-,- -,i,.,, ,,,i,,,, -,,- - - , - - , - - - ,,, CITY AUTO COMPANY CHRYSLER MOTOR CARS Distributors For Tuscarawas Harrison Coshocton Counties ..-. ----..--.--------- ---- Z -V-. 4. l I2 A The Echo A sfo .,-....- - .. - -....-....-....-....-....-,....-..i.....,.....,...,.,.....,.-.,..-. - ....,.-,.,.-,.,...., sfo Drugs Candy Books G. J. MoRGAN THE REXALL STORE The Best in Drug Store Goods The Best in Drug Store Service Rieek's Ice Cream Kodaks Cigars Sodas ofa -.-..-.. .......,.........- .... ......-....-.i.,-.,-. - .- - - - - - 4- HUNT'S N o Feat for us to fit Feet HUNT SHOE CO. Good Shoes for Style and Mileage 134- East Third Street Uhriehsville, Ohio -"-'---'--'E3-'-""---' The Echo W Qu ..-....- - - - - - - ..-..........-....-,...-,,..-.,..-...,-....-.,.,-.,.,....,.- - - - - -,.,.-.,.,..,.,....g. THE UHRICHSVILLE ICE COMPANY Pasteurized Sweet Milk Pasteurizecl Coffee Cream Pasteurized Whipping Cream Buttermilk Cottage Cheese ON ALL OUR XYAGONS AT YOUR DOOR EACH DAY ..1un....,.i1..-1.--.11-....--1...1.....-..-...i1-.min J. W. LYTLE Pool Cigars Bowling Seven Tables and Four Alleys Auto Accessories Get Our Prices on Tires and Tubes Phone 229 117 East Third Street n..,...1 ... ... 1 .- 1 .- 1 1 1 ... -W..-...,1.,1,.,.1,...1 1 -. 1 .. 1.,..1n,.i,,,1........ 114- l l 1 I I T Q4 s I 5 I E Q 1 A 1 l. l ls fl l il . .1 l F i --rf T he Echo ' -11 -- 1- 1 1 1u1nn1nn1un- 1nn1uin111n-uu-uu1un-un-.1111 1 1 1 1 1 1m1 ED. LUKENS . Clothes of Quality V Hart, Schaffnef gf Mafxf Michael Stern 8a Co., Suits, Stetson and i Schoble H9152 Stetson and 55525 I? :E'EEEE ii Uhrichsville, O. MICHAEIS-S'I1'RN fl,0'n1fS 4. H- .t.. ....-.--......-..------ S - --'- -4- You Will Always Find The Latest Styles in Mens SUITS TOPCCATS OVERCOATS NO MoRE NO LESS VVhen you find a garment you like you know its only going to cost you 352250, no higher, We invite com- parison. R. A. COX CO. 4th Street Dennison .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1...1,..l1,.,.1,.,.1,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -...1 115 lm., 1 ' The Echo, ' The Friendly Music Store Is Here To Stay E we are now at our new location with the finest Music Store. VVe carry a complete line of Grands, Players, Electric Players and Upright Pianos. Also anything in Violins, Banjos, Nlandolins, Guitar, Drums, Horns, Sheet Music, Player Rolls, Radios and Equipment. W. S. CUSTER MUSIC HOUSE 222 North Maiii Street Uhrichsville, Ohio NEW SYSTEM BAKERY Hobby Andrews, Prop. OUR HOBBY IS NEW SYSTEM BREAD Fresh Baked Bread and Doughnuts Goods Daily New System 219 Grant Street Dennison, Ohio I -I E -r- - A - - - - - - -ernlgfrlrl-I Q - - - - - - - - - 11111111.....111111.,.1-1,-.1un- QlT1'1Q Echo EQ 1 I I : ASR YOUR GROCER FOR , MICKEY'S FAMOUS Z 2 PIES CARES ROLLS I I lm--nl.-ml-.lmim.-nu11...-Hui..nllm1m.-.m....m.-.m- E CHEVROLET THE 1 BUCHER SALES CC. E Third and Dawson Uhrichsville QIT11e Echom '!"'-""- "" - "" - "+' - "" - f"- - IYI' - '-f- - 'll' -- "1' - Illv - "" - -lfl - '-" - "" - f-1- - 'f'f - '-f' - 'vu' - "" - "-' - '-" - "" - "" - "" - "" - "" - "" -NI' THE CLYDE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT T "EVERYTHING GOOD" I opp S AD ' oh' I I I I I I I I I 1 THE ROMIG CLAY Q PRODUCTS CD. I I I Uh h 11 Ch I I I I I Gdh Rd Q , , i, TE? iyiy f,W 9 When you Want the Best Gasoline GET HI-POWER It costs no more than low grade Sold by dealers everywhere through the Yellow Visible Pumps LATTO OIL CO. Uhi-ichsville, Ohio 11.1.1111111111111111111111111.,.,1 THE STILLWATER CLAY PRODUCTS CO. Maiiufacturers of Sewer Pipe Flue Linings Chimney Tops And All Kinds of Clay Products 1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1H1..,,1,,,,1,.,.1...,...m.1.,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 119 A The Echo 4. .-.-.- -5. Roy's Service Station A-A-A Official Garage VVe now have one of the largest wrecking crane outfits in the county. If you have an ac- cident call 40. Day and Night Service Tuscarawas, Ohio -mi1nn1nn1im1uu1nn1nu1nu1m.-im- m1un1uu--n F OR SERVICE U Drive to the Hi-Power Service Station Corner Fourth and Dawson Sts. VVhere High Grade Gasoline and Oils are Sold Gas With Us . .SPfig" ffshinev 'P U!nu-uu-uu-- inru - nunn 1 1nn1m1 n1.m1.1 ..,. 1 i,.. ...nn cfs 1..,.1,.,,1..,.1 1 1 -,- 1 1 1 1 1m1uu1n RADIO SERVICE SHOP J. R. Moiig 222 First Street Phone 89M-2 Uhrichsville, Ohio Expert Repair Service on All Kinds of Radio Apparatus Specializing on Super Hetrodynes Quality Sets, Parts and Supplies in Stock at All Times i.1..i.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.iii1.,., 1un..nn1.m1....1. 1 1 .1,,1 1 1 1 1 1,,, 120 The Echo 4. .,.-. - - - ... - .. -..........-,..,-.,..-....-,...-.......,...-....-...,..........- - ... .. .. - -....... 4. W. H. Patterson City Real Estate and Building Co. We Build and Sell You A Home Sweet Home Uhrichsville, Ohio At Your Service Cheer up its harmless Twin City Dry Cleaning Co. T. R. Rosenberry, Prop. Phone 495 Res. Phone 84-8VV Uhrichsville, Ohio 1.-1.........-11...--l...nn..ul ..-,,.... - - -.,..-.,..-.... .. .. - .. -..H-.... 'I' aQfX Dry Cleaning of but one kind, the best. Low Charges, Thoro VVork Eclipse Dry Cleaning Co. Uhrichsville, Ohio Wall Paper Paints VVindow- Shades Curtain Rods Gift and Art Ware P. G. Lanning Sz Sons 216 East Third St. Phone 427-I A Uhrichsville, Ohio 1un1,,,,1nn-. .- 1 .... 1. -. 1 .. .Uv-nv 4. .-... - -,.,.-....-H..-..,.......-....-.... .--. -9 121 19 The Echo ' DISHER CANDY Co. WE CAN'T MAKE ALL THE ICE CREAM SO WE MAKE THE BEST Uhrichsville, Ohio 4. ...,.. .......... . ..-.... ... .. ------ ml- 4- GALLAGHER BROS. FOR SERVICE 1.,....111111..--1111--..-11..111....-.mi 122 A The Echo CASH TERMS THE HICKS COMPANY Horize F 1l7'71i5l7E1'.S' for Fifiy Years Complete Home Furnishers Tuscaraws County's Oldest and Largest Furniture Store Bigger Values For Less Grant Street Dennison MCCOLLAM 81 SONS at THE UNIVERSAL CAR SALES SERVICE l Uhriehsville, Ohio ofa --------- -. -....-H..-...-.,., ---...-- - 1 2 3 The Echo 1:1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1nn1nn...nu11111111111nn1un1uu1uu1lm1..m1 1 1 1 1.1 1.1 Fine Suits and Topcoats Featured At 1 1 -25 2 5 . O O ADLER COLLEGIAN cLoTHEs 530-540 HILL McKEE COMPANY Next to the Dennison Post Office 4. -..,. -...--...-.- -..- --. ------- nfs Scientific Beauty Parlor Marcelling a Specialty Expert Barber Catherine E. Schambra 1172 l2.AThird St. Phone 630-J Uhrichsville, Ohio Elvin Battery Supply "Home of - Ufestinglzome -Batteries We repair all makes of Starters, Generators and Storage Batteries 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1N11m.1m.11m1.m1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 124 iThe Echo A ' ofa .W-im-....1.,..-..in-....-.i..1,.....,....-.m-....-.m.-....-H..-.m--...I1lm-.,..........-...1I...-.I.---.m-lm-lu.-.. if FRED FAIRALL CONSTRUCTION CO. Lumber and Builder's Supplies A Phone 742-R Planing Mill General Contractors 4. ...-..1.1-..K.-..,.-..,.-....-..,,-....-....-..,.-............................,-,.........-................-..........-....-........-.. 4. WATSON'S BAKERY VVe Bake It Retail Store 211 VVater Street -1- -1-- --1- - ---- - ---- - vlv- - vlvl - --ll - ---- - -1-- - ---' - '--- - ---- f -1-1 - 1--- - ---- - '1-' - 1--- - -vlv - ---- - -1-' - ---' - ---' - '--- - '-1- - ---- -In 4- HARPER METHOD BEAUTY PARLOR Shampooing Toilet Articles Hair Goods Scalp Treatment Mmeiiing ii Specialty Beauty School in Connection NEVA M. INIOLESWORTH Office Phone 368-R Residence Phone 25 4. ...-i.,.-....-.,..-,...........-....-.,........-....-....-....-..,.-....-........,.......-....-.,.,......-....-....-.....-,...-........ 4. FUI-IR'S BAKERY Bread I Cakes Pies Rolls Phone 14 4. ..........-....-...........-....-im-....-..........-...i......-,.........-..........-,........,-..,.......-.,.,......-.,.,-.,...-......... up TWIN CITY SHOE REPAIR COMPANY Expert Shoe Repairing VVhite Oak Leather Used Work Done While You VVait Shoe Shining Parlor 20626 North VVater Street Uhrichsville, Ohio 4. --.- ---- - i1-- - .--- - ---- - ---1 - ---- - ---- - --i- - ---- - ---- - 1--- - ---- - ---- - ---- - ---- - --1- - ---- - ---' - --IA - ---' - -f-- - ---' - '--- - '--- ---- -In ' ' SHOES All the Family from DAD to BABY For the Best Shoes With the Lowest Prices Uhrichsville, Ohio C. H. LINEBERGER H1 1 1 1 1my1...41m1W1,,,,-...N1yu...H..1....1,,,,1,,,,...uu1,,.,1,,.,1.1m1,.,.... 1 1 ..un1... 5 125 The Echo ELECTRIC SERVICE COMPANY Contractors and Dealers House Wiring and Fixtures 232 Water Street Phone 730 Call Us First -1- ------- I ---------- - ----- -1- STOP-ONE MINUTE PLEASE! If you have clothes to be washed don't hesitate-just call phone number 544 and ask for a One Minute VVasher. It doesn,t cost you one penny to have a ONE IVIINUTE Wash your clothes right in your own home. Heavy blankets or finest lingerie-ri single piece or a big tubful. Then judge the One Minute from every angle. Performance, speed, safety to clothes, cornpactness, construction, price and you as a house-Wife cannot help but decide that here is today,s finest electric Washer. TI-IE ELECTRIC SHOP 315 North Main Street Uhrichsville, Ohio 126 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1..,,1ym.-,,,.1,..,1.... 1....11111111111 Tennessee's Barber Shop Instant Service Sazfisfczclion Ufitlz Courtesy Three Chairs 215 North VVater Street Uhrichsville, O. Compliments of The East Ohio Gas Company l41 The Echo A 1nn1nn.1nn1nm1nn1uu-ml1uu...nu1nm1nu- 1 1 Miller's Union Drug Store Fourth and Grant Dennison, O. The Best Only Served at Our Fountain Eastman Films and Kodaks Special Attention Paid to Developing Im--Im-uuinn... 1 1 1...,-m1-....1,.'.11m- 11- Kleanall Kleaning Ko. Dry Cleaning and Pressing Ladies' Apparel, Lamp Shades, Draperies, Etc. 4 N. Maiii Street Phone 98 Uhrichsville, Ohio -Q. ......-...........-..,. .-.-.-... - Qu 127 ' The Echo ' -1- -m'- IIII - --'- - "" - -'-' - 1--- - ---- - -'-' - -'-' - -"- - -"- --u-m-- .-'- - - - -"' - -'.- ----- . ---,-1-- -I--I--1 D+ F. Mazurie 'Q Furniture, Darpets, f Maurer 85 V1CtIOa3S - S s P all E ' Dealers in I Fresh and Cured Home 4 lx el E Dressed Meat and ga-1Xinvl: : i : 1,3 Tl T as-i f - Prompt Delivery . M The Sv?C337ER.titCliZaitsS as it : Phone 18 e as 1 n - Electric Suction Sweeper ' UhfiCh5Vil1Cy Ohio Uhrichsville, Ohio 3. P "" " lll' 't 'Il' T "'l i "" 7 llll T "" "' 'II' "' llll i llll i llll T l"l T 'll' i llll 7 lxll TT llll T llll 1- llll "' llll "' llll i l"' i "'l TT 'l'l l llll Tl' 'Q' Z ' 9 Authorized Agency for - L annlng S Excelsior and Iver - The B155 Store , ' If Y B H Johnson Bicycles and E It is a forsu uy Tre. h - gone conc usion t at Tires - you will make many savings. i Good values coupled With Bicycle Repairing Children's Wheel Toys R. Smith 216 North Water Street Uhrichsville 1,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.10.1 l l l -i' liberal methods and straight for- ward dealing have made this store the Wonderful success it is today. Special attention given to outfitting girl graduates. T. Lanning St Co. THE BIG STORE 128 I.-..m.-m,1n-. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,.,1,,. The Echo 'I' II- ---------1- flfn 1 nn1vm--in -11-1---- -1 1 il-II Q0 The Romig Agency General Insurance and Real Estate Third and YVater Streets Phone 701 C u1,m1...,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,..,1.m.....,. lVIcConnell's Confectionery Schrafft' s Chocolates Eastman Kodaks and Thirty one years on a Journeyman Tailor's Bench Thats Why We can absolutely fit you. I have made them for Uhrichsville Hi Boys. Made Strictly to Measure Cahaney Tailor -.,.......-. .. - - .- ------ ....-H+ Heywood Clark Clur Cloes Meat Your Wagon 4 4' Way Films A Phone 299 T uscarawas, Ohio Dennison, Ohio -rw -N ----------- - -i-i - '-i, - -III - "-' - -i-- - i--1 ------- f ----1--- -1- I2 9 The Echo sfo .. .. - - -....-,.,.-....-....-..,.-,...-....-...,-..,.-.m-.,,.-..,... - - - - ofa FIENBERG'S The Lowest Price Leaders Everything in WOI11CI1,S, Misses' and Childrens Wearing Apparel Bell Phone 58 Uhriehsville, Ohio -1- 1--1--- 1-l- - -l-l - ,,-, - -l-l - - -1------- ---- -l-,- ----W-H-m-- 4- Compliments of THE BELDEN BRICK COMPANY ---.....-----...iEO..-------- 4. -..,.-..........................,.-....-,.u... ...- 4. ...1.,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,m...,m L. Spillman Groceries, Meats VVe Deliver Phone 712 Eighth Street ..1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,.,-.lm1m. M. A. Tweed Hardware Co. M. A. Tweed, Manager 121 East Third Street Uhrichsville, Ohio The Servison Co. Incorporated 5c and 10C Variety Stores Uhrichsville, New Philadelphia, Dover The Largest and Most Up-to- Clate Variety Stores in the County The Slores Tim! Safue You .Mrzney T. C. Severson, Manager ....:..-...,...........,-.,.,.-.,.,....,..-....-..,......... .,-,.........-..g. The CitiZen's Building 85 Loan Company F. Utterback, President VV. B. Stevens, Secretary and Mariager A Good Place to Borrow A Safe Place to Invest Union Bank Building 1.,..1,.,,.-...i1m..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1...,1.,. 131 The Echo A ' x ohn Maurer Sz Sons Meats and Groceries Phone 42 22-L East Third Street Uhriehsville, Ohio Di-R E 1 0 Rainsberger Dentist X-Ray S6l'UiC6 Zl5f4 East Third Street Phone 296-R E The Echo 1uu-nm i...1111111111111.l J. Marshall Barber Shop Three Chairs 234- Fast Third Street Uhriehsville, Ohio nu1uu1.m1m,1 1 1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 1ili.1i1ii1,, Beek's The Leading Jewelry and Gift Store Waltelies lewelry Silverware Stationery Corner Main and Third Streets Uhrichsville, Ohio 132 1m.1im1. 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1.,,. The Echo ofa -----.- .-.,.,...............-....-....-...-..-......,...-.... .--.- - ... - ofa I E. J, Beitler Dry Goods lOl East Third Street Smoke Double Dutch Stogies 1 1 1.1n1inii....m1uu.1m41im1.41u1nn1nu1mf-nu 'f' Hutzler's T he lfriendly Drug Store State Theatre Building SE UTZLER'S ERVICE AVS Barber Shop Twin-City Hotel Building 1.m1lm.Lm.1im..nn.1 1m-11ni.-,Ir-.mu1un1ml1un1...1m.1..,.1. 1 1 1 1 1 1. 1 1 T 133 H11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1-1111111nu1uu11m....m GRADUATES REMEMBER THlSLthe only thing ihat shows when you wear a cap and gown ut GRADUATION is your SHOES. Thais the biggest reason why your SHOES OUGHT to he RIGHT. How about the SHOES? All set with a snappy looking pair to make you step right up and get the old sheepskin? We can fix you up in ll hurry. Taggart Shoe 3 Company as-nn1.-H1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.m1nn Wm. W. Evans Groceries and Meats Dry Goods, Wall Paper and Rugs 101 N. Water Street Phone 233 ..11- 1111111111111 T he Echo .1,,.,1,,,,1..,,1....1,,..1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 Ridgeway Furniture Company Home Furnishers 313 East Third St. Phone 362-J Uhrichsville, Chio ..,,,,1m.1 1 1 1 .-- 1 1 -- 1- -In E. E. Milhoan Doctor of Chiropractic Telephone 3 9 7-J .1.m...1...1,,,.1,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 19 1,m1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,.,1,,,,1lm-.,,,,.1.,.. The Echo A uf. -....-....-..,.......-,.,.............- - ...- - - -....... Compliments of john Gardner Ieweler and Optician Dennison, Ohio Ludwig Ries, r. "The Sflmrt Clothes Shop" 3 13 Center Street Dennison, Ohio G. D. Haas Hardware Go. ' Dealers in Hardware Sporting Goods Motor Car Accessories and Fishing Tackle Grant Street Dennison -....-....-.,.. ... - - i-E-..-.-A--1---------p A. C. Sullivan Groceries "U"e .elim To Please" Quick Service Free Delivery Grant Street Dennison, Ohio -1- --- 1-f1 - "-- - .'-- - '--- -N -V -------- 4- 1,,.,1.-.111.1...1111 135 The Echo ofa im-nu-nn-nn-uu1nu1 nunu -- nuzn --1- -- 1 H- r---v 'fl 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1.m1.m.-...1 VVhere Satisfaction Is a Certainty Not a Promise Four Chairs Sanitary Barber Shop I. L. Potts l At Your Service 1mi1n-.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1,,,,1,. Twin City Greenhouse By Buying Your Cut Flowers and Plants from Us you are sure to get Fresh Home Grown Flowers. Phone 3 8 0 Say It Tflfillz Flowers P 4. .-...- .... - .... ---- - ------ I ----n+ -1- There's A Reason For Weist's Bros. Style Fir Wear At Popular Prices VVe Solicit Your Business Quality Service Home Grocery E. R. Aeschliman, Prop. Groceries and Meats Phone 645 Newport Road Uhrichsville, Ohio u.1...,1,,,,1,,,.1un1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1.,, 136 sf- uf- ..K1 ------------ . H. 4' FOOTWEAR For the Family Right in Style, Price and Quality F. H. Reid Shoes and Hosiery Uhrichsville, Ohio 'Q' L I 1 l l l I Union Drug Store Uhrichsville, Ohio Pure Drugs Sodas Kodaks Stationery Cwmelv Clzouolules Try The Drug Store First L. G. Ripple, Prop. 4' 4. ...,-....- .-.,..-.,.......-.........,..-....-...,-....-.,........-iq. u1uu1m1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1lm1uu J. E. Smith Fine Dress Goods and Trimnaiings Silk Underwear Gloves and Silk Hosiery 'Q' l l l l 1 -1' H. W. Westhafer 81 Sons VVC Haiidle Everything in the Seed Line Hardware Paints Seeds Fence Prices Always Lowest At Our Store 4, -,,,, -........... ........,.-..........-.... -.--- ---- . H.-H.. 4. X 137 The Echo ' The Echo n--un1un- -un1nm1nu1nn1nn-ln'11m-'mimi-nn "Rice Quality Shades for Closed Cmnt Chas. W. Rice K Company Special ists 'FEP - mm bhade and Drapery ialiwvisr u C .L i ' 'r u n Uhrichsville, Ohio Sperify "Rive Slzzzdesv for your Closed C af' .1nn... 1 1 1,.,.1.i..1,,,,1,,,,1 1 ...uu1nu1.in F. E. Gooding Co. Dry Goods Groceries Meats +01 First Street ,1,..,1 1 1 141,111 1 1 1 1 1 Reed 81 Reed Attorneys 1,,.,1.,.,1 1 1 1 --.1 1 1 1 11.4.1 Compliments of P. H. Miller Dentist ..,-....- ,... - ,.,. .---- - - - - - 4. 138 The Echo fo ..,...-......,.,,-,,,.-,.,....,,.-..........,...,.,......- - .. 5. 1.1 1 1 .-1 1 1 1 1H111m..1m.1im1uu1.m The Citizens Store Showing A Brand New Line of Spring Merchandise ,,1..,,.. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,.,.....i..,1,... Go To Ohler's For Your Millinery, Coats, Dresses Piece Goods, Art Goods Uhrichsville, Ohio NOTICE For the neatest and best shoe repairing in The Twin Cities Visit the . All American Electric Shoe Shop Reasonable Prices P. O. Waller, Prop. 323 E. Third St. ......-..,.-,........,...,...-..,.- -i,.,...,.,....i,-,,,.-,.....,,.,............g. W. B. Nicholls Specializes in Coffee Teas Extracts and Staple Groceries China, Glass and Aluminum Ware Uhrichsville, Ohio Phone 91 7-J -I' ---in ----- ------ I in-.Iil-lm-im-In--im-nn-nn- -w--un-m-- - - - 139 l 1 The Echo -is -.,.,-...,-....-....-....-..,.- - - - .. .. ..,...-.. -5. J. W. White Pure Drugs You Get What You Ask For North VVater Street u1im1.n.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u1nn....m Gappel 81 Roth Dry Goods Notions Groceries A Good Reliable Place to Deal -Q' l l I L l l 1 + Auto Storage Baggage Ed. P. Uhrich Livery Transfer Storage Call 45 Uhrichsville, O. Long Distance Moving iz Specially Airedale Terriers 1.m1.m-nn- 1 1 -- ----- Illw - Im-Info -Q' l l Groceries and Staple Dry Goods .,111111111111,.,1.,.. I 4- R. K. Lindsay Funeral Director and Licensed Embalmer Phone 512 Dennison, Ghio -1- - .... - ..ii -it-... --------- i.., - .L 14-0 , ' wa ' .., """ K i w ,, 1 Q " '-" ' :f f 'X 'w w 'l g ' ' " -' Ku.. 5 f , I l i. .1 I ,-v7 J. n' 1' 11, . wma firm vs' .tmqv1:-.sfgpgfeeg-g,.m1.-A5-. 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