Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)

 - Class of 1927

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E ?f QE- 1 -1 X I .H 7 if -: W N ,f 1:- 'E S U. H. S. ECHO OF 1927 Of Uhrichsville High School ff? CPubli5l7ed by The Senior Class of1927 i , Jw' ' ' Vw Contents Tifle Page High School Building T he Staff Dedimtioii The Ifizfiiffy The Clones qlfhlefifs Organization The A Ziimni Humor .'1fl'L'8l'li5i7'Ig f. f'5'5'T4-PK, 4,4 'gf' QQ X Ax it Fr? H Q :Rx 1' xii" , if , f'1'kf?. "is ' -N-f WJx,, 4 silgli' Echo Staff E ditor-in-C hief Robert Marshall Business Alanager Harold Galbraith ASSOCIA TE MANA GERS James lllellott ' Dorothy Rice N edra Rarnsour Archie Stevenson ASSOCIA TE EDITORS Seniors E dith Wa gner, Margaret Condon A thletics E verett Bronrwich, E thel Van Lehn Organizations Pauline Miller A lurnni F erno Brown, Theo C lever Jokes Elizabeth Patterson FACULTY COMMITTEE Mr. Shiinp, Miss Srnythe, Miss H arper, Miss Bates QXX4 Eu Q Iuvl Jghilllll Qlrinripal ,bam Glgv Qflzxss uf '27 Dvhirmfvs this "grip" Qin l'Pl'l'lglIifiL'lll uf ilgv 'lliujlg giiwn gig Ehfim hllfillg ilgv fum' ,ill32ll"5 nf nur glfiglg f5rlguul Qfuursv Qxssisizxxrrn' im fy aw KE GRI i 9 f w if QV ul ' H ,Qty A W 1, XSw QT? MR. H. B. GA-XLBRAITII S h. ape: nzfflnlfzzl of Sfhoolf ,nf ' , fist K5 ,xr U 1,-,L V, :vo 1: , fiik s if 4, ' u,-.-1 QQ' v 55, K' Qu 1 i ' ag, mf' A 111 1. Eg x i ,", SAM U liL SHIMP Nlount Union College B. S. University of Wisconsin Principal Uhrichsville High School 1915- 18, 1919-27 M. ADICLLA MQCANN lVluskingLnn College B. S. C. Ohio State University M. A. Nlzithemaitics Uhrichsville High School 1918-27 RUTH WAUD MORGAN Ohio University Chautauqua Summer School Supervisor of Music, Uhrichsville City Schools 1919-21, 1923-27 NELLIF BARGDILL Ohio VVesleyan University A. B. Spanish Uhrichsville High School 1925-27 47' X57 ,X KS " 4-x, , Al .- "N.-u- fi '-T W ' fi MARY A. MORGAN K. GUY CRICAGICR Scio College Heidelberg University B. S. lilllotf 5511001 v Ohio State University Eamon Actual Busmcss College Science Uhrichsville High School 1926-27 Lommercinl Uhrichsville High School 1913-19,1923-27 RUTH ALDRIDGPI LOVVHLL H- NICALLISTFR lowa State Teacher? College B. A. Nluskjngum College A. B- Physical Education Uhrichsville High Biology Uhrichsville High School 1926-27 School 1927 Ill w 1'lLlZABl'l'I'H SIVIYTHIC DEBORAH GICORGIC Oberlin Business College Ohio State University Spcncerinn Business College Home lieonolnics Uhrichsville School Stenography Uhrichsvillc High School 1924-27 1921-27 I LlCS'1'1'lR MILLER XS . 7 5 Rc xs M X IRTUL Ohio State University B. S. of lid. Nluskingum College A. B. Algelwrn and Physical lfducation Uhriclis- History Uhrichsville High School 1924-27 ville High School 1926-27 11 firm .1 .WF fi-lt v7f'15N ,B H., We ' "Ky i HELEN BATES MARCICLLA GRIFFITH Ohio State Univcrsityt B. S. Ohio Wesleyan University B. A. L.ngllSh UllflCllSVlllC School Uhrichsville School BE Nl E A ', R C H RPFR LORA WIEST Ohio Wesleyan University A. B. , , , Social science and English Uhrichsville Ohm Sm Un"'e'S"Y B- 5- of Ed- High School 1924-27 Latin Uhrichsville High School 1925-27 12 'ffilf' : :9?5,fF93? 55925 fi' 0 9 . 1 Q. .. mir. G 22 O Ib QD? 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X M.1f..,.m ::.:4aG7. . .. zbiikalzieiskjiiisbis -a:acnz'efaos.s4azvs:a' -ferszscaei-:?a3a2:s+ X v ,S fl: I X? , 'I ...U A favfxff . i1""hf' xfx fi, SENIOR CLASS ROLL Senior Class Officers President so as 4 Nedra Ramsour Vice President ..ss L ,. Robert Marshall Secretary-Treasurer , L .,.s L... L, Edith Wagner Historian .ss, .sss c s,., .sssss, Gladys Patterson Sponsors-Miss Nell Bargdill, Miss Bernice Harper, Miss Elizabeth Smythe, Mr. K. Guy Creager. Adolphus Barker Everett Bromwich William Creager james Cross Hal Cummings Ralph Dix .lesse Dempster Maurice Douglass Leonard Fauver Harold Galbraith Gerald Gross Charles Haskins Oscar Heubner Robert Marshall -Iames Mellott George O'Donnell Frank Polen Howard Porcher Benjamin Price Bruce Ronald Howard Russell Lester Russell Charles Scott Archie Stevenson Arthur Thompson Charles Wigfield Maywood Wright Margaret Arthurs Frances Bender Mary Blunk Mary Bowser Lois Brakebill Ferno Brown Helen Cary Hazel Cecil Mary Clark Theo Clever Margaret Condon Cathryn Dunkle Beatrice Furbay Helen Gartrell Vida Gartrell Margaret Goulder Margaret Granville Agnes Gribhle lsie Hines Irma Hoagland Alma Hutchins Edna Kelley Molly Kloth Martha Loper Kathrine Metcalf Pauline Miller Thelma Miller Elva Morris Rozella Ong Evva Page Elizabeth Patterson Gladys Patterson Ncdra Ramsour Dorothy Rice Isabel Raymond Corrine Ricketts Nancy Ripley Ruth Rippeth Anita Sciarra Hazel Siegrist Edith Soules Ruth Taylor Ethel Van Lehn Maxine Van Pelt Edith Wagner Helen Wardell Lena Williams Margaret Wollbold 1 1,1 ,, kj wh-fe' wma- Q fj "f52-1-ty 'H JESSE DFMPSTICR Football Squad 111, 1213 Varsity 131, 1415 B. B. Squad 1113 Varsity 121, 131, 141, Capt. 1415 Glee Club "To give my head room, yozffl but nu- roof rlzc home." "Jess" ranks high among our athletes. As for his scholastic ability ask his teachers. BEATRICE FURBAY-'KBee" Glee Club "So modext ami retiring you 'wozzlri ,rrarcely know .rlze 'zcaf theref' Whenever we think of Bee, we seem to hcar her merry giggle. HELEN GARTRELL Glue Club 141. "VVhatez'zr if zvorfh doing uf all ix ccorlh doing zcelf. Helen is another quiet girl from Lees- ville of whom we are proud. NIAURICIC DOUGLASS-"Dougie" Spanish Club 1415 B. B. Squad "Dougie': :lzining and pfaxterzfl lzair, Gert from the girlx an admiring flare." VIDA GARTRELL "Good-natural ax the :lay is long." Vida is from Midvale. She is good- natured and we know her by her jolly smile. 15' Igor f W at Fl ff I CL fj lr ,mn gig., ,+A t MC. f , W WILLIAM CREAGER-"Bill" "VVm'ry and I have never met." Bill is quite a talker and always manages to be absent when the Detention List is read. LOIS BRAKFBILLL-"Brakie" B. B. Varsity 121, 131, Capt. 141, English Club 131, 141, Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 141, Latin Club 141, Spanish Club 131, 1415 Science Club "A bofixter of our rflan, A leader in flze gym, Lair' middle name ix pep, In life, Juecen 1l7e'll win." FERNO BROWN Fcho Staff, E Club 1115 Spanish Club 131, 1413 Ifnglish Club 131, Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 14-1, B. B. Squad 121. "Happy am I, from mre Pm free. VVl1y are1z't they all mntentefl' like me?" Ferno is one of the best workers of our class, has a ready sense of humor and is a good sport. .IAIVIICS CROSS-"jim" Orchestra 121, 131, 1415 Football Squad 1415 Math. Club "The laugh that ?L'l7Z.f.,, "slim" is a true Scotchman and a jolly fellow. We are sure he will be a success. HELEN CARY Glec Club 121, 131, 1415 Spanish Club 141- UA bluflz if beautiful, bu! oflen incon- z'enie1zl." Helen is a jolly classmate and we are sure she will be happy in the future. HAZFL CECIL Science Club "We, modeft, frimmfi-tipped flower." Hazel is another one of us whose future we are sure will be full of happiness. 16 'flfffz l,..J ,,-wf'1QT if 'ffxfjsia 1153? if' .TLFYFX ADOLPHUS BARKER Orchestra Q4-D5 Glec Club "Will rlzou have mzuif? Harl'!" Adolphus and his saxophone are always in demand and helps on every occasion. MARGARET ARTHURS one ciub up, qzy, 433, 445. "Margaret ti'll0'Il'.f ax murh necc: AJ :he ir inrlze: tell. Arm' flirl you fcmtt a real good joke? Well, Margaret l'7lUfL'.f tlztem all." FRANCES BFNDER Glee Club QU, QZQ, UQ, Q4-Q5 Spanish Club "A funny lax: from tlze ltmrl of Sun- Mine." Frances is a quiet member of the class, but is always on hand for a good time. HVERIQTT BROMWICH-"Sam" lfcho Staffg Foot-ball squad QZJQ Varsity UQ, Capt. Q4-jg B. B. Varsity "The word impouible it 7101 in my rlirlionaryf' Everett is a good steady worker and one of our best athletes. MARY BLUNK i "An artist, let NJ my." Mary is always willing to use her talent to help her class. MARY BOWSER Spanish Club UD, f4j3 Class Treasurer QZJQ Glee Club QU, Q4-jg Latin Club "A sweet and pretty Min, coguettirlz and flemuref' Mary is well known and her quiet per- sonality wins her many friends. 17 45' XJ' ' TY- ffv ' ily, , ,, 1" f, T ij: :Allis l-mg' 122 52 if iff' .,f?3vQ,5rQf:i-17 si-ay? Nha 'L 319- hey' Ea." fi ' LIQON.-XRD F. FAUYPIR Spanish Club UQ, Q4-jg lfnglish Club C415 'llI'1lCli QU, "He calf 41 .rrhofizr .-lm! a righf auf! goof! one." Lemmurxl is quiet, well-liked and nn ex- cellent student. MARGARET GOULDICR "fl ,rfceel t1lfmfIif'.f: kim! of graft." Margaret is another worthy member l'roin Mitlvule and is very friendly. MARGARET GRANYILLIC Glee Club f2j, "She if liltle and petite And her rmile if wry m'eet.', -We like 'em that way. HAROLD GALBRAITH-"Red" llelio Stuff. "For "kwin .rzzfreu fre .ver :lf be illfglllff a florror to be." We will remember "Red" by luis untir- ing elilimts to benefit and boost our class. AGNES GRIBBLIC Latin Club f4Jg Spanish Club Q4-jg Glee Club flj, 'cnlgzley if jolly mm' newer' Hur, elm! to her friemlx eww true." Vve like Agnes, and we guess she likes us-cum'ng frmn Midrnle. ISll'f HINIQS "Si!r1n'r ix Leiter fhdll fmpty fb4Iffc'l'.H lsie is reserved and shy, but gets much enjoyment out of life in her quiet vvny. 18 ' 0 'mg gfgs 6:57 ,H ,fa K ,.-,gi A., ,T fafilfvtc rqflfw' V116 fi: Q5 ---rw fi uw? ,ll 'ri .14 fx. L 'ti' IX tt 5 HAL CUMMINGS Class President 111, Football Squad 111, 1215 Varsity 131, 141, Basketball Squad 111, 121, Varsity 131, 141, Track 131, 141. "No .f..llllt'l', yet fm mint perbapf 1fIlf+'Il'P!f, the faery Lett nf vhap.r." N Hal has made a name for himself in athletics, and is well liked by his class- mates. MARY CLARK "Sifet1re if tu grmt an art tu fpeerlzf' Mary came to us from Leesville and has proved a worthy member of our class. THEO CLEYPIR Iieho Staff, If Club 111, 121, 131, 141, Ifnglish Club 131, Glec Club 111, 1415 Latin Club "A barter :tuflent wie mu't fiml, But with il all, their not tl gri1m'." RALPH DIX Glec Club 1413 B. B. Squad "Vl'0r1!.f, 1'l'fl1'tf.f, smnfJ." Ralph excells in shorthand, and is a noted talker. MARGARET CONDON Echo Staff, E Club 111, 121, 131, 1419 Glee Club 111, 131, 141, Latin Club 141, linglish Club 1315 Spanish Club 131, 1415 B. B. Squad 121, 131, 141, Class Historian 1113 Science Club "Mt1f'ga1'et'.f rlzcery zfoife if heart! Mort any time of day. Sheff al'zcay.r talking, talking, Of thing: tlmt make you gay." CATHRYN DUNKLIC Glec Club "lt if not a crime to be xlzorf, in fart it if rather becoming." Cathryn is modest and retiring, but trust- worthy and dependable. 19 .yljft , .figs I Cy K' A-C A v .1--,,., f. 'Q V Qfawpggxs if K v4 M514 1 wi fra .fsza -.f - W1 ftviflf f J' l l .41 GICRALD GROSS Football Squad QZQ, Q3j5 Glee Club Gerald is always in for a good time and never worries. IRMA HOAGLQXND Spanish Club f4jg English Club f3jg Glee Club CZQ, HJ, 1413 Science Club "From her eyex .rparkle 11 mermge of youfh mn! jollifyf' A jolly good sport, a good friend and student. ALMA HUTCHINS Orchestra Q4-jg Glee Club 14,9 English Club "A thing of beauty if ll joy f0rer'e1'." Alma is quiet. a novel entertainer 1. pecinlly with her violin. CHARLES HASKINSF-"Hncky" Football Squad flj, f2jg Varsity UQ, "limi bleu the man :chu ifzzwzfefl deep." "H:1cky" never lets his studies interfere with his sleep. FDNA KELLFY 'lMllIiI' Mat gentle on the .fpirif liar Than fired eyeliflf upon fired cya." l'ldl'l1l has musical talent and is liked by "One" and all. MOLLY KLOTH lfnglish Club GJ, 14-jg Glee Club "A daughter of the Gnd: Jirifzely tall, Am! mmf fliwiuely fair." Molly is a good student, worker and friend. 20 C 1:55 fi , OSCAR HUEBNER "A quiet youth ecifh modext mienf' Oscar is very quiet and unassuming, but we are sure he will succeed in whatever he undertakes. MARTHA LOPER "Golden hair on .fhoulderr .rtreaming." Martha is quiet and precise, but there is a remarkable humor in her spirit. KATHRYN METCALF Glee Club 111, 13j, 1413 Spanish Club 14j3 Science Club "They laugh that win." Kathryn is a cheery girl, and her easy manner wins and holds for her a host of friends. ROBERT MARSHALL-"Bob,' Fditor Fchog Class Vice Pres. 14,5 Glee Club 13,3 Football Squad 11,3 Varsity 125, 13j, 14-J, B. B. Squad 1lQ, 12jg Varsity 137, 143- "Girl: love, girl: hate, hut famzol do 'srilhoul him. "Bob" is an athlete, a leader and a friend to all. PAULINE MILLER-"Harry" lhcho Staff, English Club 131, 14-jg Class Sec'y-Treas. 1115 Glee Club 1lQ, 121, 13j, 14jg B. B. Squad 12j, "The '!C'0l'!1f,.f 110 heffer eve ':corry, Life? no longer if we hurry." "Harry" has many friends, and is a noted High School Booster. THICLMA MILLER English Club 13jg Glee Club 111, 135, 14-Q. "IVorry and I have nearer mei." Thelma is an independent and carefree member of the class. Zi E vi it , HOVV.-XRD RUSSICLL B. B. Squad 4314 Track 431, Howard is quiet and attends to his own success. ANITA SCIARRA Historian 4215 English Club 431. 441g 421- 441- ' creef, study law. HAZICL SIICGRIST 4 tra 421, 431, ccMdiIl6ll fvifh fhe dark Lrofwr eyes." Basketball. LlCS'I'l'iR Rl,'SSl'fLI. "S1n'1'r2x,r f!'0".Il'll.f labor." ICDITH soemas Glee Club 411, 421, 431, 441. "An a11gel'.r viyimz, tall am! fair." excitement. 22 "He if a zcifc fellow fha! .fpeakx Hilfe." business. The latter characteristic foretells Spanish Club 431, 44-15 Glee Club 4l1, "Salim if ber fceapofz, Lui ,fhe': Ion dix- To rim dllllllf' run! li!! af all the Insert." Anita is very ambitious and expects to Glue Club 411, 421, 431, 441g B. B. Squad 411, 4215 larsity 431, 441g Orches- Hazel is good-natured and a success in Lester is another one of our quiet mem- bers, but nevertheless he has been a faith- ' ful member and a good booster of our class. Iidith is a favorite in the class and craves I' 'T' fsl'rW' C., .75 -vans? 5 'itiiffg '-" 5 R- 3 ff' f JAMES M14:LLo'r'1'---myam" Echo Staffg Spanish Club 14jg lfnglish Club 1353 B. B. Squad 14,9 Science Club 14-J. "He :could talk, Hou' he fallfedln "Elini" is one of our best workers, and also a good student. IYLVA MORRIS Glee Club 111, 1475 B. B. Squad "AJ good ar out of the f4'o1'ld ar out of flylef' X lflva is small and peppy, and an en Ihusiastic booster of H. S. ROZ ELLA ONG-" I'osy" English Club 131, 14jg Glee Club 143i Spanish Club 145. "Tru: to her fc'm'l', hm' :'c'm'd and lzfr fI'l8lIlf.f.n .-X jolly entertainer, and Il friend to all around her. GEORGE OlDONNli1LL Spanish Club 131, 14J5 lfnglfsh Club 13l. 1415 Vice Pres. Class "And :till they gazed And .ftill tlie 'wondew' grefc, Tim! one ,fmall lzead Could flI1'I':Y all lie ,l'f1ez4'." George is an excellent student, a steady and quiet fellow. ICVVA PAG li Glee Club ",4df'ife io perfom about ro 1lMII'l'j'- d0u't." In lfvva we find combined youth and fun. As for her life work-ask her. 23 If fx' Xu v 4944?-5 ,fic 5' if 565' 1 iii'-153 I? i ri 1-'fbi' ia: .... U ,-1, Gr! fa ,3 13.1 Jlexa-7 BENJAMIN PRICE-"Benn "The man echo lzfuflzes if not quite a brute." "Ben" came to us from Feed Springs. He is very quiet and does not bother the ladies. ISABELLE RAYMOND English Club "'TzvaJ the lovefiext lzair in the world." Isabelle has done creditable work. She came to us from Midvale. CORRINNE RICKETTS "Urzm1z.vciouf df the Jumlzinef' Corrinne is another Midvale Seniorite and is kind, gentle and gracious. BRUCE RONALD Football Manager 135, 14,5 B. B. Manag- er 13j, 14j9 Glee Club 131, 14jg F. B. Squad 12,5 Track 1lj,12j,13j,14Q. "Deed: nor 'x'0rd:." Bruce is well-known because of his abili- ty as a Football and B. B. Manager. NANCY RIPLEY English Club 13j, 14,3 Latin Club "So gnief-but what I1 bI'dilI.,,, Nancy joined us in her Sophomore year. She is friendly, and a steady' worker. RUTH RIPPETH English Club 13,9 Science Club "Let NJ be wha! ree are." Ruth's is a determined spirit, and she gets what she seeks. 24 f ,E f' Un 7.3 'J , w we FRANK POLEN-"Plink" Glee Club 141, Cheerleader 1413 Foot- ball Squad 121, 1313 Track "Pretty if as pretty dow." Our cheer leader. ELIZABETH PATTERSON-"Lib" Echo Staffg B. B. Squad 1215 Varsity 131, 1415 Spanish Club 1315 Glee Club 111, 121, 141, Science Club "Light-haired, light romplexirmed, liglzt- hearted and happy." "Lib" excells in Basketball. GLADYS PATTERSON Spanish Club 131, 141, English Club 1313 E Club 111, Science Club "My:teri0u: is a dark eye That flaslzer like a spark." Gladys has an attractive personality and is a brilliant student. HOWARD PORCHER Orchestra 1413 Glee Club 1413 B. B. Squad 111, 1215 Science Club "Let tlzy award: be few." Howard is a good worker and talented in music. NEDRA RAMSOUR Echo Staff, Class Pres. 121, 131, 14-1, V. Pres. 111, English Club 131, 14-13 Glee Club 111, 131, 1415 Spanish Club 131, 141, B. B. Squad 111, 121, 131, 141, E Club 111, Latin Club 1413 Science Club 141. "She if admired by all who krzozc ber." Nedra possesses the qualities of a good leader, and has done much toward making a success of the class of '27. DOROTHY RICE-"Dot" Echo Staff, English Club 131, Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 1415 B. B. Squad 121, 131, 1415 Science Club "By her giggle ye Jlzall lwocc' her." Did someone giggle? That's "Dot". Everbody knows her. 25 CHARLES W. SCO'I"I'-"Chick" "I zlerer flare fo be ax fumzy ax I 11171 "Chick is very witty, and he never vsor ries. He is well-liked by every' one. RUTH TAYLOR-"Sara" B. B. Squad 1215 Varsity 131, 141g Glue Club 111, 131,141g lfnglish Club ulllyhdff ignoraflfe if Hin 'Tir folly to be u'iJr." Ruth is care-free and witty, and a real basketball star. ICTH IC L VAN LIC H N lfcho Staffg llnglish Club 1315 li Club 1114 B. B. Squad 1215 Varsity 131, 1413 Histor'an 1315 Science Club 14-1g Glee Club 1l1, 1415 Latin Club "lu her eyef the mifflzief fi'l'fllkft'.f, :lf1c'r1y.f in for lots of full." lfthel is an all-round girl-talkative, ath- letic and witty. ARCHIF S'l'lCYI'INSON licho Staffg Football Squad 131. 14-1g Glec Club 131g Orchestra 121, 131, 1419 Treas. Athletic Association 141. "Dark hair, Mark eyex am! fllllllyj, MAXINIC VAN PFLT "fl light heart life: long." lVlaxine is a good friend and is not bothered with books. EDITH WAGNICR lfcho Staffg Secy-Treas. Class 131, 1419 Spanish Club 131, 1415 li Club 1119 ling- lish Club 1315 Glee Club 111. 121, 141g B. B. Squad 121, 131g Science Club 141. "Yer, Eflilh': very fafezztefl, Aim' rerlailzfy not lazy. Bur 'zclzen you ccvwl ideas- lfefl, lzwzr are rather hazy. 1llay.fy1 26 , fl 117 P me -'LXXW' fir- ,Milf '1g'f71b',ff-fi. -1f','Y'f9 gf T ffillfifgli :Elf-L, ti?l.flF.x' fllgg .ffgihfifi 'gl qffg., :, :- mf- gi , lil, Q. lvl if L. fr- -, lt2f.a,,V1 111' ILE 4' - to-f lf- QQ lj M - imp! -mm? Mgr., .gy 4 ARTHUR THOMPSON B. B. Squad "A nfl zchen a lt:1ly'f in the cafe You know all other thing: give place." Arthur is quiet and a friend not only to his classmates but also to a member of another class. HELEN WARDELL B. B. Squad 121, UQ, Q4-Q3 Glee Club QZQ, H13 Spanish Club UQ, Mfg E Club fljg Latin Club "She n1of'eJ a godrlefx, and loohr u Queen." Helen is a good pal and has many friends. CHARLES WIGFIELD "Oh how .va-eet if lover' young dreamln Charles is very ambitious and has manv interests in life-especially one. LENA WILLIAMS English Club Ujg Math. Club "IFJ love, it'r love that mahef the zcorlfl go round." Lena is a good talker and a witty one at that. MAYWOOD WRIGHT Glee Club H15 Math. Club Q09 Science Club "It if virtue, yea virtue, that mfzheth gentlemen." Maywood is a fine student, a good work- er and will be sure to win success. MARGARET WOLLBOLD Spanish Club Hfjg Glee Club QU, l2j, Q 31. " "Peg" if ahout The hex! in the freer. N 0 matter what happens She romex Jmiling through." 27 i r iz f s History of Class of "27" In the year of 1923 about IOS little boys and girls boarded the train "U. H. S" and started for their destination "Education", Their journey was to continue for four years, and they equipped themselves with their Latins and Algebras. The other classmen that were aboard this train called them "Freshies" and laughed at them and their many mistakes. This, however, did not last long. Hal Cummings was elected to guide them safely through their journey to the first stopping place, "Vacation',. The Senior Class gave them a "Hard Times Partyn and in this manner managed to bridge the gap between the two classes. The summer vacation soon passed and the train was boarded again, but this time as "Sophomores". Nedra Ramsour was elected President in order to lead them safely through the second year. A "May Party" was the only social event of the year. Many of the class were beginning to shine on the Athletic Field. Thus the year passed and the second stopping place was reached. The next year came in with a rush. Nedra Ramsour was chosen again to guide those that had boarded the train for the third time, for not all had come aboard this time as they had become so fascinated with the stopping place "Vacation,' they had forgotten to get back on. Many of the members were prominent on the athletic field. Among the football contestants were jesse Dempster, Robert Marshall, Hal Cummings and Everett Bromwich. The girls that were starring on the basketball floor were Lois Brakebill, Elizabeth Patterson, Ruth Taylor, Hazel Siegrist and Ethel Van Lehn. A "Kid Party" had been held in April which was enjoyed by all, and in May, that year, the juniors entertained the Seniors at the junior-Senior Banquet. This class can look back over that year with a glow of pride, for it was the greatest success of their three years aboard the train. Thus the-third year went out in a blaze of glory. And now the last glorious year with all it's trials and tribulations. But it is worth all of these just to have the lower classmen look up at us with a kind of awe. Nedra Ramsour was re-elected to guide the train to its destiny. The class proved its superiority over the other classes in many ways. The girls Basketball team with Captain Brakebill, Elizabeth Patterson, Ethel Van Lehn, Ruth Taylor and Hazel Siegrist on. It lost only one game. We entertained the Freshmen at a Hallowe'en Party which was intended to "break the ice" between the two classes. Then we held a Senior Class Party and everyone worked hard to make it a success, which it was. Now with great enthusiasm we are awaiting graduation and then we shall have arrived at our destination. -Gladys' Paltermn 28 frfiixd f Lrtxf- ,ff ,, , JT: f, ayrnxszbx 1 ' SFI, riffs! its su? .561 V4 rfi ' :MSU ' fir -: 'isp if gt? si, fly' 4' vi, f:'!i lsf F v.-At,,"1',,yl .N Ygggahf 0? H14 , 2'-'13 L4 'rr Q Q-F , unior Class Officers PI'CSident ............ .,sss, S cott Harrison Vice President ........, Ruth Fowler Secretary-Treasurer .s..ss ,.... M artha Wright Historian ...............,..,..ss...T.,..,ss..s..,,ss. Ruth Parry Sponsors-Miss Laura Wiest, Miss Adela McCann, Miss Helen Bates, Mr. Ross Virtue. Roy Barr Kenneth Bean Frank Bender Gideon Benson Edward Bobzien Karl Brand Robert Brown Sam Brown Clyde Carrothers Louis Conn Hollie Covert Bernard Devine james Dooling Paul Ferrel Robert Gates Robert Gooding Scott Harrison William Haverfield Samuel Hitchcock Delbert Huff Paul jones Haldean Lindsay Oscar Lint Robert Maurer William Miller Edwin Moody Thomas Morris Herman Meyer David Nelson Donald Noble JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Jack Philips Homer Reed james Ronald Paul Ronald Charles Roth Ellis Schaeffer William Stoutt Joseph Tipton Taylor Van Vleck Mark L. Wentz Paul Williams Sidn-ey Wood Garnet Zobel Raymond Fowler Margaret -Babcock Katherinne Bacca Eliabeth Brunner Mary E. Chandler Lillian Christian Vivian Copeland Dorothy Demuth Mary Lou Edie Ruth Fowler Lucile Frye Agnes Granville Edith Henthorne Rose Herfert La Vera Heston Margaret Hilliker Claire E. Hines 29 Margaret Johnson Florence Jones Margaret Lytlc Beulah Mahaffey Glenna Mathias Pauline Mathern Margaret Mazurie Dorothy McConnell Helen McDevitt Margaret Miller Lucile Milone Hazel Moore Goldie Morrow Helen Packer Thelma Packer Ruth Parry Ann Pyle Margie Robinson Nellie Roth Helen Simpson Jennie Skelley Alta Spies Charlotte Stilgenbauer Olive Welsh Virginia Willianis Roberta Wilson Martha Wright Mildred Zimmerman Hartman West Cm' 'EM r Wx? M1545 1 f 145- 'ix --fA "V: 4.1, A ,f 5 ' fX , Q., , vfs , 'i- w -Q f. WWE' with 44? ifQ'?if'f . +?if'f"" ,' in unior Class History Behold! Down the Highway of Education there come seventy-six young people, just passing through the junior Estate. Smiling and cheer- ful they recall with pleasure the autumn of nineteen-sixteen when the majority of the group first stepped hesitatingly on First Grade Avenue. They remember the guides who worked so hard to keep them on the Grade Avenue until they reached the Park of Eighth Grade Graduation. Here the group chose other guides who were to take them safely through High School Maze. In this territory the Subject By-paths be- came more intricate and more guides were required to keep the travelers on the right road. The group, then crossing Freshman Estate, divided into smaller parties and explored the By-paths known as Mathematics, Latin, English, Science, Literature and Athletics. In the last named, the group spoken of, known as the junior Class, has always been particularly adept. Once during each year of travel, the class assembles in a central park of High School Maze called The Gymnasium. Here they enjoy them- selves for an evening regardless of the different by-paths they are traveling. Some have remained to join the next class traveling down the High- way, others, who had traveled so far with former classes, haffe continued their journey with the Junior Class. Our class has always been considered good in regard to individuzdl scholarship, and we hope to complete the journey without lowering our standards. Ruth Parry 32 ' " 30 ,y W Sophomore Class Officers President ssss.. .ss. Robert Lukens Vice President ..... .s,s-.,,,,,s W alter Hartmaii SCCFCf21I'y ........ ...,, M argaret McCullough Historian ..VsV.......V.......,.e....e...,..s,,ss,,. Sarah Wilson Sponsors-Miss Griffeth, Miss George, Mr. Miller, Mr. McAllister. SOPHOMORE CLASS ROL Mary Besozzi Frances Burdette Corabelle Carnes Mary Condon Mary Cooper Dorothy Creel Clara Davis Mary Dooling Gertrude Dunn Elizabeth Engstrom Bernice Errington Mary K. Goodyear .losephine Haskins Harriet Hiskey Wilma Homman Helen Hutchins Frances jones Rosa Kowars June Lehcw livelyn Lytle Helen Maddex Helen Martin Pauline McClelland Margaret McCullough Eva May Morgan Margaret Morrow Margaret Oliver livalyn Patterson Nellie Patterson Cora Ramage Margaret Roniig listella Roth Lois Schoch Velma Schwab Lavinia Sciarra Dorothy Scott Grace Simon Bertha Soules Dorothy Stahl Dorothy Thrall Valma Vincent Edna Mae West Lucinda West Gertrude Williams Louise Williams Sarah Wilson Ruth Worstell Fred Barr Robert Derry Gerald Deeser Raymond Dickinson Martin Dumbauld Delbert Dunkle Raymond Dye Arthur Ferrell Edgar Garl Allan Gossett Ralph Gram Walter Hartman William Hildebrand Alvin Hiller Dean Hooker David ller Donald Jackson Walter james Glen Jones 33 Paul Jones Ralph Kinsey Richard Lehcw David Long Robert Lukens Dario Manini Stanley Mathews Donald Maurer George McGuire William Meanor Walter Melville Ewart Miller Lewis Moon Robert Morris Lewis Ong Raymond Patterson Ronald Pearch Craig Price Robert Rankin Ernest Ross Maynard Rowley Charles Schambra Byron Scott Chester Shamel Ralph Smith Charles Snedeker Martin Spring Alfred Tipton Max Tipton Robert Trogler Charles Wires William Woods '.N, x, 1, 'I' .XJ umm, Law- 17 1 4 iiyklki ti M14 fb!-cj ss. Sophomore Class History VVe can easily compare our four years of high school with the four seasons of the year. VVhen we, the Sophomore Class of 1927, filed out of the Uhrich Street School, holding our little report cards, about one hundred and twenty-five pair of bright eyes peeped into the envelopes with fear and trembling. As a great many grown people do when they read a novel, we looked at the ending first. I think without any exceptions we read "pro- moted to Freshmen." The pride and joy which filled our hearts could not be daunted by the wise shaking of heads, significant glances and timely warnings of our upper classmen. VVe knew we were in the springtime of our High School days but we also knew that they were only tender green shoots a few months before. Our Class entered the Freshmen year with determination. VVe had difficulties, as all Freshmen do, but with the aid of our worthy instructors these difficulties were greatly diminished within a few months. Our efforts were not all in Vain. Near the latter part of our school year we were noticed even by the Seniors, who appreciated our efforts to such an extent that they honored us with a party on St. Patrick's Day. VVe carried our honors with pride into the Sophomore year, with pride enough of our green foliage left to enhance the beauty of the flowers that bloom in the summer season of our high school days. VVe organized our class and chose Robert Lukens as president. Our class is exceptionally well represented at the monthly meeting of the "E" club. ' VVith promising athletes, musical talent, comedians, social leaders, with plenty of rain and good implements to promote the growth of the flowers and necessary plants that we started in the spring time, we are look- ing forward to the autumn or junior year when we shall gather the golden grain and gather the fruit which will be of great importance to carry us through our Senior year,-the winter and lost season of High School. Sara VVilson 35' 5 I i i FRESHM EN CLASS ROLL Floyd Andreatta Donald Armstrong George Bender Clarence Best Harold Bobzien Walter Brakebill blames Cecil William Clark -Ieff Creager Davis Lyman Roger Duggan George Dumbauld Paul Freeburn Glen Furbay Glen Gibbons Dan Hartman Lewis Hiller Edwin Herron Herman Hines Herman Huebner Arthur Huebner Paul Hughes William Hutson Leonard jackson Glenn Kinsey james Lauver Arthur Lindsay Clyde Malterer John Matsan Ben McCollum Flyod McPeek Samuel Mears lfarl Milligan Howard Morgan james Page Lowell Patterson Carl Peoples Robert Porterfield Paul Reed Floyd Richmond Philip Romig Paul Russell William Russell Stanley Sarpolus Jasper Simpson Howard Spies Robert Stevenson Rudolph Visentainer William Walker Charles Wallace Paul West Odean Alexander Clara Bacca P Stella Barnes Maxine Bartlett Elizabeth Besozzi Agnes Bowe Frances Burgard Lela Covert Isabel Cross Frances Daugherty Neidra Davidson Enid Dunlap Hazel Fowler Grace Furbay Margraet Gay Ina Mae Green Ruth Hammond Edith Heck Sylvia lelacqua Mary Kauffman Ferne Kettering Frieda Kloth Hilda Kowars Jennie Lahm Nelda Langdon Alice Latto Anna Mahaffey Beatrice Medley Margaret Morris Leah Myer Ida Jane Page Helen Pearch Wilma Quimby Nellie Quinn Mildred Reichman Betty Robinson Helen Ronald Mary Ronald Florence Romig Helen Russell Fthel Scott Martha Scott Fva Severn Wilma Sippel Beatrice Smith Beulah Smith Wilma Snyder Velma Starkey Betty Stout Hazel Thompson Helen Treadway Evelyn Van Pelt Virginia Watkins Carl Hartman Q62 l f' 'K' fi " 9 - A 1 1 1 W 'V X ' f 'f"9-- ..-ffm 1 f if-ri. Freshman Class History The first eight stops were passed without a great deal of trouble, a few of our tourists were compelled to drop by the wayside, but the majority still kept on however and with merry hearts faced the last four and most important stopovers of all the trip. These stops on School Highway are called High School collectively, Freshmen, Sophomore, junior and Senior respectively. One hundred eleven strong, the tourists arrived at the Freshmen stopover and were given a hearty welcome by the other tourists who had finished the necessary work at this stop and were ready to proceed on their way. The black tunnels of Freshmen, Latin and English and the treach- erous curves of Algebra and General Science forced some of the tourists to practice driving with great care in order to hold the car of education steady and assure them a safe journey to the Land of Knowledge. The Senior Tourists entertained the Freshmen Tourists at a Hallow- e'en Party which the Freshmen greatly enjoyed and appreciated. The majority of the Freshmen have overcome all obstacles placed before them and are looking forward with great pleasure to the joys of the Sophomore stopover. jack Matson as S 045. af ' X , .. ,A . Nh . W D , f . MX ' I ml' X Wu n ' L' jig "xl 'f I I X Q X N an , 1' Q N ,' .1-,f'ff,fff W' X, -- i f- R mi m 2'-se' rw Athletic Cfficials and Officers Boys Coach Lester Miller Faculty Mgr. Basketball Ross Virtue Faculty Mgr- Football L' H' McAllister Girls Basketball Capt. Lois Brakebill Honorary President Ed Moody Football Ca t Fverett Bromwich Honorary Vice President Lois Brakebill 1 P ' I Student Manager Bruce Ronald Boys Basketball Capt. jesse Dempster Assistant Football Mgr. James Dooling Asslstfmt Baslfclball Managers Craig Price Roger Dugan William Haverfield, William Wood Girls Athletic Instructor Ruth Aldrige Treasurer Archie Stevenson Girls Coach Miss Laura Wiest Track Track has been omitted from the "Echo" heretofore because the book has gone to press before the beginning of the track season. As it is impossible to publish an account of the current track season the Staff has decided to publish the results of the 1920 season, which is the largest one that the High School has had in ten years. A very enthusiastic class track team meet was held on the 29th and the 30th of April. The track team which represented U. H. S. in the Eastern Ohio district track meet was selected from the high point winners in this class meet. We secured fourth place in the district meet the standing being as follows:-- Cambridge lst with 37 points. Zanesville 2nd with 34 points. New Philadelphia 3rd with 33M points. Uhrichsville 4-th with 23 points. Steubenville Sth with 212 points. Coshocton 6th with 20 points. liast Liverpool 6th with 20 points. Barnesville 7th with 17 points. Millersburg 8th with 2 points. The point gainers for Uhrichsville were Cummings, second in the discus and third in the javelin. Total 7 pointsg Carrothers, tie for first in the pole vault and tie for fourth place in the high-jump. Total 6 pointsg Latto, second in the shot-put. Total 4 points. Lack of space prohibits a detailed account of the class meet but its results can be briefly summarized as follows:-- Scniors lst-69 lf3 juniors 2nd-34 2f3 Sophomores-29 Freshmen 4-th-8 High point men-Detrich 173 Varner 165 Greenlee HKU P. Jones 133 Car- rothers 135 Pringle llytg Cummings 103 Fawver 6945 and H. Russell 614. 40 329 T wffffww ' W KYGMM r lu-ihsnasuslnnnn u m ,..-..-.. if Y Ye Q we-J J 'hit-1,7 aff J ' u X wel! . Xxfv ,,', ' -ALJ .-D I1 al Cumming.: Hal was the fourth highest among the individual competi- tors at the Eastern Ohio District Track Meet. He captured second place in the discus and third honors in the jave- lin. He was also a point getter for his class. Cfyzle Carrolhers Clyde was one of the men to place in the track meet at New Concord. He tried for first place in the pole vault and also secured fourth place in the high jump. Besides this he is the highest individual point get- ter of his class. 42 John Lalfo Latto is the strong man of the squad. He secured second place in the shot- put at the big meet and many points for his class in the class competition. - ""f-M--..,,, vr ' lm Fgsfgjjjib A QV Gigi QL Cfffw ,,,D Xi A , WF? get 'sf ,Q has i stylist . api. -Slfiukilff-1 -ff' ig.: f mul -i Q59-4, ,jf Football U. H. S. opened the season at Canton. The lVlcKinley High team woefully defeated the Millermen 53-0. But the boys put up a good brand of football which showed they were made of the right stuff. The next week the Miller machine followed a complete reverse in form and handed Applecreek the small end of the score. At Minerva, U. H. S. met a stiffer opponent than the previous week. Each team seemed equally determined to win which accounts for the final score 0-0. At all times during the game the Millermexi looked the best but were unable to make the coveted dash across their goal line. The next contest was with Millersburg, in which U. H. S. showed their colors. This was no doubt the snappiest game of the season, U. H. S. being the winner of a 3-0 score. The following week the Black and Gold upset the forecast of the sport writers and trounced Nluskingum Academy 45-0. All through the game U. H. S. showed the old-time fight and spirit. N ewcomerstown proved an easy game for the Black and Gold. At no time during the game did they threaten to score. 'With three straight victories and one tie, Uhrichsville had big hopes for their next game with their ancient rivals, Dover. But in a sea of mud and water they were left with a 6-0 defeat. The Millermen fought all the way and showed better form than the score indicates. On the next Saturday, in spite of the fact that the field was very muddy, U. H. S. played a game well worth mentioning. Holding their greatest opponent, New Philadelphia, down to a score of 14-0. The season ended on Thanksgiving day with our team displaying one of the best offensive and defensive games of the season against Dennison. The large score, 45-0 left a good taste in every fans mouth. 44 xiii? FOOTBALL THA M FRICSH M ICN TICAM 45 DAVE LONG-Half Being small held no terrors for this boy. His best game was against Dennison. "CHICK" MAURER-Half Chick was the fastest man in the back field. His ability to ward off tacklers was uncanny. He has two more years in which his services will no doubt be valuable to the Black and Gold. M R. M ILLER-Coach This is Coach Millers first year as football and basketball coach. He has shown his ability by turning out a football and basketball team, each Worthy of note. HAL CUM MINGS-TmA'le This big boy was as effective on the offense as well as on the de- fense. His loss will be felt next year. XVILLIAM HAVERFIELD-Guan! The experience "Bill,' gained this year should make him a first class line man next year. 46 Jikfft whiff Xfafii' "L 'Simi 'L 1.- 117' ' 'ff-'ry 1,4127 .e.:Q1i?'7 fp' W rc - 'i'1.Ej'5- ' " 1 we "fly DEB HUFF-Center Bad passes were rare for this boy. Besides this he was equally as strong on the defense. He returns next year. EDWIN MOODY-Tairkle "Hd" Was the deadly tackler of this years team. It Was a common thing for him to tackle the approaching "back" hehincl his own line. He returns next year. HVRRETT BRO M VVIC H-Capnzin-G uaraf Sandy was our leader. On the defense he played a stellar game and he never failed to take his man out. His place will he hard to fill next year. PAUL JONES-Emi Paul's punting was a valuable asset to the team and his work as end is a credit to him. He returns next year. RED NOBLE-Guard This was Red's first year of Varsity football and he has more than made good. He will he with us next year. 47 ' f W 'iff PAUL XVILLIAMS-Ifullbark VVhen a yard or two was needed, the ball was given to "VVienie" who very seldom failed. BOB STHVENSON-Half This plunging half-back usually contributed his share of yards in e'very game. He is only a Freshman. JI M RON ALD-Qumverbark Besides showing good generalship, this boy's specialty was off tackle bucks, at which he excelled. He returns next year. DUTCH FURBAY-Emi Small but mighty. This little freshman has three more years in which to increase his reputation as a football player, which he will no doubt do. BOB MARSHAL-Em! This is Bobls third and last year under the Black and Gold. He showed that he had not been playing two years for nothing. 48 f5"!S.svP?dvrrEj':cFkjb- Wig qgiqhlfk N3 w Q Q- FOOTBALI, SQ LUXD H,-XSK l'I'l'B,AXI,I. SQ LUX D 49 'ar' K' fu Q' 'f .Mi 9 , fir f' , Lf! 1? A-Sly. ag iff ' J ll lf fm., 1 te Boy's Basketball VVith four veterans from last season, U. H. S. hopes for a good season looked bright. Although we came out on the short end in games, losing seven and winning five, we made up for this by coming out ahead in points. Such teams as YVest Lafayette, Strasburg and Newcomerstown were easily defeated. The Dover and New Phila games away were quite the reverse. The best and the fastest game of the season was against our old rival, New Phila, the score being 17-15. Our loss might be due to hard luck as we decisevely outplayed them during the game. But by re-doubling their efforts at the last minute were able to overcome our lead and take home the big end of the score. The Cadiz and Dover games were both fast and interesting, in fact they were so interesting that spectators could not keep out of the game. Dennison, triumphant over the score 14--20 that they handed us on their floor, were confident that they could repeat the act on our floor, but were sent home without their bacon, the score being 19-11. SECOND TEAM The Second Team played an excellent brand of basket ball during the season, and some were soon called to join the Varsity Quintet. SEASON RECORD llfirst Teaml Uhrichsville 36 lVest Lafayette Uhrichsville 29 Strasburg Uhrichsville 16 Alumni Uhrichsville 1-1 . Dover Uhrichsvil le 17 Dover Uhrichsville 14 Dennison Uhrichsville 30 Newcomerstown Uhrichsville 15 New Philadelphia Uhrichsville 21 New Philadelphia 50 4 .v:- BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM VC 1'ff"1"X wirxf' f 'L-we-. ...iffy ff fi. ,. ,-. i 'ss GWVJHZ "fi: X ffffz' if 9" " if -5' ii-.'.' 5 'Vi' 'Ali 'ev 'YW .152 Qi .ma iff ' Ll 1 it 111 HH- fs? '31 F ." "2 M Maw fd' ,, h:1fQfmf?'j '-Fi-I-17 Xsfiiiee fy my We " L12 Uhrichsville 19 Newcomerstown Uhrichsville 32 Dennison Uhrichsville 21 Cadiz Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville SECOND TEAM SEASON RECORD Moose Tuscarawas Lehman Juniors Moose Port VVashington Tuscarawas Lehman Juniors Newcomerstown Seconds Moose Moose Girl's Basketball 14 ll 31 255 11 37 15 11 23 16 18 13 14- 7 VVith a veteran varsity crew at the beginning of the season, our future looked prosperous even though confronted by a tough schedule. The season opened with our southern enemy, Newcomerstown. The game was fast and furious from beginning to end with the Black and Cold at the top at all times, leaving them a 17-14 defeat. Carrollton, Coshocton and New Phila proved no match for us at home or abroad. The Adena girls were rough and ready but they too had to fall. The only blot on the season was the battle at Newcomerstown, where they handed us the same defeat as they received at the beginning of the season here. As to the game the less said the better. Leaving one varsity player, we wish our luck to the next years varsity and to Captain Robinson. .XT-'ifgirs-B J!! fwfr? Q? 12551 ff .. 1. '4g5f"' -' if ' ,- Fe is" :fir v 'I' TZ' f-A X xv, L gsm' C7 N55 h X W' Q21 V' 'fi ul! h '-'25, M Kr" QQ, W J M973 LJ il adv GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAM '?5i95il ff'fLff'7 .7114-1-k','6' EZ? F1552 w T The Varsity Girls LOIS BRAKHBILL "Brakie" without a doubt, is one of the greatest basketball players ever turned out at Uhrichsville. Although closely guarded all season, she continued her scoring which has made her the girl of the team. Lois re- ceived the great honor of being on the team for three years. She was an ideal captain, keeping her team together and fighting every minute. Lois will be greatly missed both as a captain and as a student. MARJORIE ROBINSON Marjorie, next year's captain, finished her second year of varsity competition. She is very clever and tricky with the ball, and we expect big things from her next year. ELIZABETH PATTERSON "Lib" was the sensation of the Black and Gold this year. No guard could hold her down. She showed unexcelible ability in obtaining the ball and in locating the basket. This is her second year as our most dependable forward. RUTH TAYLOR Playing her second year on the varsity, "Fairy" proved a fast and furious guard. Few opponents were able to dodge her, which accounts for our opponents low scores. HAZEL SIEGRIST As a member of the U. H. S. Hazel has played her second and last year. of varsity basketball. "Siegie" made up for her size in her speed and fight. ETHEL VAN LEHN Doing her best in all games, made Van Lehn a valuable guard. She seemed to have no difficulty in keeping the score of her opponents down. 54 WWW! W r fffi fJ'A.f5"'f mf' 'MX ui GI RLS lS.'XSKlC'I'B.XI,I. SQL'.-XID W Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Season's Record Season's 17 Newcomerstown 44- Coshocton 28 Adena 37 Carrollton 30 New Philadelphia 31 Carrollton 28 New Philadelphia 13 Newcomerstown 32 Cadiz 33 Coshocton 293 Record in Football 0 Canton 45 Applecreek 3 Millersburg 0 Nlinerva 45 Muskiiigum Academy 0 Dover 30 Newcomerstown 0 New Philadelphia O Alliance 4-5 Dennison 1 68 The Freshmen football team played several games with the e grade, winning them all. 56 14 21 8 16 16 15 15 16 13 16 150 i 53 0 0 0 0 6 0 14 40 0 131 ght 3 5 BOYS Y.-XRSITY SQUAD GIRLS BASKlC'I'B.,XI,I, SQUAD 97 X if-ymgivf J' X ffzwrwfifm U W . , .. 'wp X M I , 3-531' El xy iw Y, , ,.. .Amff ., -4' nw ' l , 1 X 1 , v i n Y qh Y , V W 'i V i as W " 1 ik QL7 J 7 gf ggi" ' QW? WH' I f 9- fi 'fit' '!!'hWi2'Bl'd'l5'- 5vx'f"3Q"12Qs'1s'WS1'a W-3' 'WFQYQ .,gFE5f,. Q, i " N , ax, A-ffff.M'5wW' 1- 651, a 95? . . .,,,. H9 ws-1 M WQVAWN3 2 w, .., I ym -. nnraiai 7i'ii' -ll ! IT! IFE III' E5 HMM 'R .5 Emi? 33559 M? ,Kai 3 Eff. 'Q i sf lg 1 qw 'vgxff-Qs,-'P'-s.wfoJ2"'f'mm N qaapqag Yizgqib. fimxgm W ,swffff "fs',:"::'.s,fws.'fm5,,, lf. M5312 We 4355" lv -MJ Yfarr' mf- AW 'h.'v,w"" 49" fr N. ifi W J I ' 35. EW M9 A QW? Qi, 56512 fi' " Efgw K' ,- ,af iii? 5 ' H35 kj, 3, ,Q if ' H A - , , .-.' f- 1 -,,-- -wzfg .. , h w- Y- .-f.r,+m.1m-. 04. .-,,m k f- ,' ff, Egg? 55225 Y 4 4 ipfy fl? fir f .'l'ff,- for xsiail 4 Music The success of music in the Uhrichsville schools during the last four years is due largely to the efforts, and excellent supervision of Mrs. Ruth VVaud Morgan. The Orchestra The High School Orchestra holds a very important position in the Chapel Exercises, entertainments and other activities. OFFICERS President .c..........cc,.c..,cc ccc, ,,,.,,,, , .,,,,c, J a mes Cross Vice President .c..,., Archie Stevenson Secretary .c..,., .,c. cc.,cc.,. P a ul Ferrell Treasurer ccccc,..ccc... c,,c, D orothy Creel Librarian ,.c,c.ccc....,.c .,cc, G eorge Bender Sergeant-at-Arms ,c..,.cc.cccccccc,cc..cccc Philip Romig Members of the Orchestra are: Pianist Dorothy Creel Violins James Cross, Charles VVallace, Hazel Siegrist, Ralph Kinsey, Alma Hut- chins, Rosa Kowars, Haldean Lindsay, VVilma Quimby, Chester Samuel, Silvia lelacqua, George Bender, Phillip Romig Saxophones Adolphus Barker, Ina Mae Green Cornets Jasper Simpson, Carl Brand Trumpets Robert Gates, Paul Ferrell Baritone Horn Paul VVilliams Trombone Howard Porcher Drums Archie Stevenson 60 G .jfs W 7 if 6,1 1 5 Q 5 ORCH l'IS'I'RA-X FIRST GIRLS CHORUS 61 Boys Chorus The Boys Chorus holds their practice every Tuesday. They have commenced to take an important part in the musical activities of the school. They have organized this year. The officers elected were: President Bruce Ronald Vice President Jesse Dempster Secretary Wlilliam Haverfield Treasurer Louis Nloon Librarian Paul VVest "Girls Glee Club" The Girls Clee Clubs have a Very important part in the chapel exercises and in school entertainments. Each club has been organized this year. They hold their practices on VVednesdays and Ifriclays first and third periods. lfirst Period President Nedra Ramsour Vice President Rozella Ong 62 WJJLA mf 7 'Sfiygge 4 4 x 61952 if f fin? fi 9 ' .- .H fa 7 W Q Secretary .. ,,.. ... . ,A ,. ,.. .. .. . . Ora Roth Treasurer ..,,,, ,,,v... .., . . w, . Mary K. Goodyear Librarians L- c Helen Pearch, Helen Treadway Third Period President eeee .L . ee.r T eeee, .,.ee Edith VVagner Vice President L. -L eeeee Elizabeth Patterson Secretary L L ,,,e,,, Ruth Fowler Treasurer L e,eee - Lavinia Sciarra Librarian A, 4 VVilma Snyder "El Cireulo Espanol" "El Circulo Espanol" has been organized since 1925. It is made up of Junior and Senior Spanish students who have a grade of "G" or' above. The Officers are: President e,.ee,, . eeee ...L . eee. ,, ..ee.... Leonard Fauver Vice President ,eeeele . ,eee, Margaret Condon Secretary .eooo..., oo., ,.e,oo, G l adys Patterson Treasurer ee,ee,eeee ,ee,.e,eee.o leeeee, E l izabeth Patterson The aim of each meeting is to learn of Spanish life, habits and customs. The interest in the Work has increased through the Work of the leader, Miss Bargdill. The English Club This is the second year for the English Club. All English students who have a grade of "E" or above are members. The Officers elected were: First Semester President ...,. ,.v......,...................., Dorothy Creel Vice President ,e..... ....,.. P auline Miller Secretary .,....,.,.... ..,l...c.. ..cc... R 0 zella Ong 64 1i""T.sQ x Gfy qtfp CEN zvuvgxx' WF -6:'.f.af' T Q- .,, i ,mg -in. ,, '--' 1 b f-P 'gm ffm J -'-: if H ,Af ' V'1'i.2 if ,fi 83" L51 "" V,.3. .ng .xy ,Y Q!! -Q ip. wx-,A Q,- p J, my Zim!-1, gl SPANISH CLUB .. .lifamir 7g'gv'.i,f?m i5f:.?fPfss .iv-.: -.tp Treasurer ,r.r S. rrr,f . sa ,S Robert Lukens Chairman . S Ruth Fowler Second Semester President ,,ee ..fee e e.o,ee,ee , Dorothy Creel Vice President , S ,eee e a Helen Simpson Secretary so . Elizabeth Brunner Treasurer , C . Gertrude Dunn Chairman S se S l..se s..ss e u Anita Sciarra The aim of the Club is to learn more of the great writers and their works. The teachers in charge are Miss Bates, Miss Harper, Miss Grif- fith and Miss VViest. "Societas Romanasn The "Societas Romanasn was organized in October. All Senior, junior and Sohpohome Latin students are eligible who have a grade of "G" or above. The officers elected Were: First Consul S e scs, Ethel Yan Lehn Second Consul ,. C e . , e . Helen Simpson Censoi ',fc S Margaret McCullough Praetor . Mary K. Goodyear Aedile W Nancy L. Ripley Quaestor . e a C Helen VVardell The Club aims to learn of Roman customs, life and art. Under the able supervision of Miss VViest, the Club has progressed rapidly. 66 lfgziff f LATIN CLUB "mimi 2 iii? V. A 'Isp M74 Qs! msjaxl-J a1+,klJi-el HE" Association The "li" Association consists of nine members this year. The Seniors are Theo Clever and Margaret Condon who have been in the Association for four years. The Juniors are Ruth Fowler, who has been in for three l 3 J years, Helen Simpson, who has been in for two 425 years, Thelma Packer and Agnes Crannville. The Sophomore members are Dorothy Creel and Gertrude Dunn, both of whom have been in the Association for two 127 years. XValter Melville has also obtained the required grades. 68 7 fi. frykgf, F fk rf X 7,13 an EL A' .z,,q,. Q4-U. , . K, .ig Y r. ., ,- f . nf. 1-1--, 41 N kgs , -4, , 1 ,, . may 1'- L f,fp QW! 17 if A M M.-X'I'HliIVI.AYl'lC CLUB LYNGLISH CLUB 69 . .mi -, . 7 : -'im ,R-C v GN, .41 if -X .p ' is "Mathematics Club" This is the first year for the Mathematics Club. All mathematic students who have a grade of "E" or above are members. The following officers were elected. First Semester President D . - . Ruth lfowler Vice President . Gertrude Dunn Secretary - . , Helen McDevitt Treasurer .. . VValter Hartman Chairman s .- D. . . Garnet Zobel Second Semester President D . . . Ruth lfowler Vice President - . VVilliam Haverfield Secretary . Helen McDevitt Treasurer . . Agnes Granville Chairman . . Edith Henthorne The aim of the club is to learn more of mathematics and of the great lV1athematicians of the world. Each meeting is devoted to this work. The teachers in charge are Miss McCann, Miss Bargdill and Mr. Nliller. They contributed their help in making the society a. success. Science Club This is the first year for the Science Club. Members are made up from students of the Chemistry, Physics, Biology and General Science classes who had a required grade at the end of the first semester. The members are: GENERAL SCIENCE David Hartman Paul XVest Hermann Hines Howard Spies Howard Morgan jack Matson CHEMISTRY Dorothy Demuth Garnet Zobel Elizabeth Patterson VVilliam Haverfield Margaret Condon Gladys Patterson Homer Reed Theo Clever Ethel Van Lehn Dorothy Rice james Cross Edith VVagner XVilliam Stout Irma Hoagland Lois Brakebill Martha VVright David Nelson Nedra Ramsour 70 SCIENCE CLUB .. afar if Fifa- .sc as Hazel Cecil Aclolphus Barker Dario Mannini IVilliam Meanor BIOLOGY VValter Melville Kathryn Metcalf VVilliam Miller Howard Porcher George McGuire PHYSICS Ruth Rippeth Nellie Roth Anne Pyle Helen Gartrell james Mellott Maywood VVright "Senior-Freshmen Party" The Seniors entertained the Freshmen in the High School Gymna- sium with a Hallowe'en party, Saturday, October 30th. The program consisted of a dance by Dorthea Brown, saxophone solo, Adolphus Barker, "Horace,' by Margaret Condon and the Freshmen prophecy by Jack Matson. A one act play was given by members of the Senior Class. "GETTING RID OF FATHER" VVife i G , , . . . .o,o ,.,I,,,,.,...,,,aa, , .,.I,a,.. . . .,I.. . ,a,, aa,,.c,,,c,,o . Edith VVagner Husband . . aaaaa Adolphus Barker Father .. . , ,,.,,,I, ...,,,I,,,,,,,o., ,,,,. , ,II.,,,,,, , . .. , Ralph Dix Servant . . I oaaa,aa,c.,,caccI,.... a,,. .,.acaa,cI.c..,a,.aaacaaaaaaar,aaa,,I H a rold Galbraith Favors were given lsie Hines, Donald Harris, VValter Brakebill and Betty Robinson. Hallowe'en refreshments were served. " unior Party" The Juniors held their party in the High School Gymnasium, De- cember lOth. The gym was cleverly decorated in Christmas colors. The program consisted of a piano solo, a reading, girls quartet and a class prophecy. Dancing was the main feature of the evening. Refreshments suggesting the season were served. "Senior Party" The Seniors gave their last party in the gymnasium February 2lst. The gymnasium was beautifully decorated in the national colors. The program consisted of a pantomine, featuring Elizabeth Patterson Dorothy Rice Helen VVardell Lois Brakebill Frank Polen Next a reading by Rozella Ong, after which "The Last Will and Testimony of the Senior Class" was given by Gladys Patterson. Contests and dancing were the features of the evening. Refresh- ments were served. 72 X eff. +65 re "6?1jIfBQ S' V X ' ,,1 im Mf V Cr ii-fl, fiwjdx 7: ' 'P 115' 'll GYM CLAS f, . '5r5'5'iT'li . ' -img ,,- 445 571- ' lf, T 'L wif! t. n . , .,.,,., ALUMNI GONE ARE THE DAYS Gone are the days when we went to U. S. Cone are the times, the times that We loved best, Gone from the school into the world of strife, XVe long again for U. H. S. and school clay life. VVe long for school when life and strife have proved an utter bane For there in truth, did peace and quiet sometimes reign, You ask-were we sad when those doors on us did close? VVell ma be We were and ma be We weren't. I wonder who knows Y VVhat noble classes have passed that noble door! To what noble heights did noble classes soar! Be they ever so noble-this We don't bemoan, There's no class half so noble as this our own. VVere coming, were coming, were coming as of yore, To visit our old Alma Mater, just-once-more. Anita Sciarra 75 rail at tale-at '- fmt P 'QQ ii: Mm, Marriages Illarriage if rlertiny, made in heaven Florence Mong '26 to joseph Moeler Nellie jones '26 to Frank McCelland '24 Leona McConnell '23 to Howard Shipton Ruth Speck Waud '17 to Montford Mor- gan '17 Ralph Morris '24 to Fay Wilson Florence Morton '25 to ,lohn Roth Tina Bell Gower '25 to Raymond Wright Zelpha Hooker '24 to Harold Ginther '19 Ruth Lafferty '16 to Dale Stickrath Theodore Gutensohn '24 to Robert Lindsay Alma Stowe '19 to Fugene Weaver Grace Anderson '12 to Robert Kirkpatrick Dorothy Reed '18 to Dr. Richard Brandon Helen Taylor '18 to Frank Milliken '18 Clara Edie '18 to Raymond Robson joseph Ripley '13 to Bernadine Soissons Harold Long '25 to Hazel Moore Carl Bender '24 to Audrey Grewell Births .1 babe in the home if II :cell-.effing of ffearure Mr. Sc Mrs. Frederick Oberholzer fMerce- des Cummings, '16j a son, Hal Dean Mr. 8: Mrs. Rennison Mohn QRennison Mohn. '05, Amanda Browning '12j a daughter, .Io Ann Mr. SL Mrs. Kisti fMargaret Patterson, 'ZSJ a daughter Mr. St Mrs. Leonard Whitehouse fNellie Naber, '16j a son Mr. 8: Mrs. Roy Wells C.-Xnna Dempster, 'l8j a daughter, Irene Louise Mr. Sz Mrs. Gordon Hensel QGordon Hen- sel, '20 a daughter Mr. S: Mrs. Langford Maurer fAda Cor- rothers, 'ZSJ a son, .lames Langford Mr. St Mrs. Fred Brokaw fCatherine Ken- nedy, 'zap a son Mr. 8: Mrs. Samuel Shimp QMargraet Young, 'ISQ a son, Samuel -lr. Mr. 8: Mrs. George Herrick fGeorge Her- rick, '19D a daughter, Patricia -lune Mr. Sc Mrs. Ralph Mowls QRalph Mowls, '19j a daughter, Myra Maxine Mr. St Mrs. Kaiser Duinbauld Qliaiser Dumbauld, 'l9j a daughter, Mary Lou Mr. St Mrs. Duane Parks flluane Parks, '19, a daughter Mr. St Mrs. 1'aul Reed fl'aul Reed, '10, Ruth Brunner, '12j a son, Lewis Ted Mr. 8 Mrs. -lim VVarfell Kilim Warfell, 'l4j a son, -lames glr. Mr. ZR Mrs, Owen Greer Q1-1elen Robb, '1Sj a son p Education Finally, education alone can conduct us to that enjoyment which is, at once, best in quality and infinite in quantity. There are several of our recent graduates who are attending various colleges throughout the country. Gerald Waredcll '21-Ohio University Ella Carson '22-Dennison University l'aul Siegrist '22-Ohio State University Edwin Nussdorfer '22-Ohio State Uni- versity Helen Ong '22-Muskingum College Charline Hensel '22-Graceland College, lowa Charles Murphy '23-Ohio i Wesleyan University Virginia Miller '23-Ohio State University Katherine Herrick '23-Ohio State Uni- versity Nancy lV1cCollam '23--Bethany lulia Hamilton '23-Ohio Wcslcvan Uni- versity 5' f ,v f r gig is ' 'B' Waist 4' fl "illl'1v 1'-rsfiifv Y x: xr 'tc Egg, 'Ill Q G, Mildred Lenk '23-Ohio University Delbert Waud '23-Ohio University Mary Buckingham '23-Ohio Wesleyan University 'Benjamin Fiedler '23-Ohio State Uni- versity George Kummer '23-Ohio State Univer- sity liarl Kinsey '23-Bethany Kenneth Dumbauld '24--Ohio State Uni- versity Ronald Siegrist '24-Ohio State University Clara Florence Moody '24-Ohio Wesle- yan University Florence Wardell '25-Nurses Training Ohio State Hospital Eugene Bowser '24-Carnegie Tech lillen Kinsey '25-Bethany Pauline Evans '25-Nurses Training, Ohio State Hospital Dorothy Woodborne '25--Ohio Wesleyan University Nora Gooding '25-Wooster Phyllis Devine '25-Wooster John Derry '25-Rose Polytechnic, Terre Haute, Ind. lldna Kummer '25-Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Kenneth Robinson '25-Denison Univer- sity Geroge' Hayes '25-Denison University. l 77 Lida Johnson '25-Muskingum College Forest Myers '25-Muskingum College Henry Wilson '25--Wooster Mary Wright '25-Wooster Helen Forester '25-Ohio University Esther Bender '26-Ohio University Nancy Buckingham '26-Ohio Wesleyan University joseph Chileote '26-Ohio State Univer- sity William Evans '26-Ohio State University Robert Condon '26-VVooster Richard Fiedler '26-Ohio State Univer- sity Margaret Dunlap '26-Ohio University Lonnie Furbay '26-Bethany Margaret Rice '26-Wittenberg Alvin Greenlee '26-Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity William Rosel ,ZS-Denison University. Elizabeth Herrick ,26-Ohio State Uni- versity Albert Haskins '26-Ohio State University Beryl Lehew '26-Ohio University lames Matson Jr. '26-Ohio State Uni- . versity William Lukens ,26--Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity Helen Saurers '26-Ohio University Margaret Romig '26-Ohio Wesleyan Uni- versity .ivyfj 57. K ,Fix A Q 'fir' ,firigr ., 4' -xv' f fm ali. rqgei sta wiki , ,af -1.1, Pals..-. 2 flizygftzffff ff.. is Wlif' 9 As' 55513 "wmv ' H " ii' Alumni News 1877 Mrs. Lulu Demuth, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1878 Mrs. Emma Packer Greenlee, Uhrichs- ville, Ohio. Mrs. Greenlee's four child- ren have also graduated from Uhrichsville High School. Mary Hoohler has taken the census for the Chrichsville Schools for some time. 1879 Mrs. Frank Maxurie, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1881 Mrs. lilias Utterback, Uhrichsville, Ohio iMr. and Mrs. lid. P. Uhrich, both grad- uates of the same class, are living in Uh- richsville where Mr. Uhrich is in the Transfer business. Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Young also gradu- ated in the same class. Mr. Young is Chief Clerk in the Master Mechanic? Office. 1882 Mae Forney is Bookkeeper at Twin City Lumber Company. Nettie Scott, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1884- Mrs. William Parry, Uhrichsville, Ohio, has a daughter in the Junior Class. 1885 Dr. xl. A. McCollam has had six daugh- ters and one son to graduate from Uhrichs- ville High School and has another son, a Freshman in High School. Mrs. Mayme Keegan, Columbus, Ohio, visits here frequently. 1886 1.ouise Lineberger is a clerk in Line- lwerger's Shoe Store. Frank Foster, Prescott, Arizona. 1887 Emma Brown is a teacher in the Cent- ral High Building. Mrs. I. K. Patin, Uhrichsville. Ohio. F. B. Healea, Schoenbrun, Ohio. Ed. D. Moody, President of Dennison National Bank, is a prominent Uhrichsville resident. 1889 Mrs. Vinnie Young, Uhrichsvillc, Ohio. Mrs. Frank Foster, Prescott, Arizona. Eugene West, has a Tailor Shop in Uh- richsville, Ohio. 1890 Mrs. P. A. Rolnig, Uhrichsville, Ohio. William G. Smith, manager of the Twin City Lumber Company, has been touring the South the past winter accompanied by his wife and sister. 1891 Mr. and Mrs. Fd. A. McCollam were members of the same class and their five children have also graduated from Uhrichs- ville High School. Mary A. Morgan is a memher of the High School Faculty. 1392 Mrs. Ona Polen, New Philadelphia, Ohio. Mrs. liugene West, Uhrichsville, Ohio. 1894 Mrs. C. XV. Rosel has two daughters and a son who graduated from Uhrichsville High School. Mrs. G. W. Blickensderfer is County President of the VV. C. T. U. Nlrs. C. F. Brooks, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mrs. limma Siegrist has a daughter in this year's graduating class. Her three sons also graduated from the same school. 1395 Mrs. Blanch VVoodl1urn has two daugh- ters who graduated from Uhrichsville High School. Mrs. Dwight Bricker, Uhrichsville, Ohio. V. W. Herrick, Auditor of Dennison Sewer Pipe Company. 1896 Mrs. Carrie Brown Shepard, Uhrichs- ville, Ohio. Mrs. Bernice Haskins had a son in last year's graduating class. Mrs. M. M. Cummings has a son in this year,s graduating class. Mrs. Helen Craig, Wilkinsburg, Pa. Mrs. Analon Banker, Middletown, Ohio. 1897 Mrs. Harry Klar, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Mrs. V. W. Herrick is an active Alum- nus. Her three children have all gradu- ated from the same school. Ben D. Nicola is a prominent lawyer in Cleveland, Ohio. i Fred Westhaver has a Tailor Shop in Uhrichsville. Mrs. Flsie Ross Spione, Dover, Ohio. 12? ex-' ,.,ft l f.-.X 1 .rms-s fx. , s QG, ,f-, 5, ' ,- 'ffiwi--.f :rfb li, -ffiilil ifaiiisflf W i898 Charles Bliss, Superintendent of the Wolf-Lanning Sewer Pipe Co. 'Iessie Burke teaches music at her home on Trenton Ave. Mrs. Olive Lukens had a son in last years graduating class and another son, a sopho- more in High School. Dan K. Laporte, local furniture dealer. l899 Mrs. Fannie Randall, has been in the Philippine Islands for several years. Clarence Romig, Superintnedcnt of Den- nison Water Works. H. O. Stilgenbauer, Twin City Electric Co. Mrs. Mollie Goodyear is President of the Music Study Club. William P. Greenlee, President of Twin City Grocery Co. l90l Hal Dean Brown, Govt. work in Philip- pine lslands. Ada McCullough's father died last spring. Mrs. Alma Perry, prominent speaker in Uhrichsville. 1901 Mrs. .lessie Rice has a daughter in this year's graduating class and had another in last year's class. 1902 Mrs. Mayme Brown, New Philadelphia, is a well known elocutionist. Mrs. Lucy Wollbold has a daughter in this year's graduating class. G. T. Haverfield is a prominent local physician. 1903 Mrs. Bessie Haverfield, Uhrichsville. Mrs. Hallie Hobson, Salem, Ohio. Aurilla Parry, nurse, Columbus, Ohio. Ida Parry, nurse, Columbus, Ohio. 1904 Mrs. listher Matson, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Paul Mazurie, associated with his father in the furniture business. Nellie Haverfield, Beck's Jewelry Store. Zoe Peter is a well known violinist. Mrs. Mary Romig, Cleveland, Ohio. 1905 Mrs. Ruth Kohr, Dover, Ohio. Arthur D. Wagner, Salesman for Twin City Grocery Co. Mr. Wagner has a daughter graduating this year. A. Rennison Mohn, Secretary and Treas- urer of Twin City Wholesale House. l906 India Deems, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Ray Gibboney, city editor of Chronicle. Bruce Greenlee, Greenlee's Store. Katherine Parry, Assistant to Dr. Whit- taker, Columbus, Ohio. 1907 Lewis Anderson, Newark, Ohio. Cecil Hunt, Hunt Bros. Shoe Store. Rev. Taylor M. Van Vleck, former missionary, is now temporarily located in Uhrichsville. 1908 Arthur M. Cummings, salesman for Schaefer Black Co. Mrs. .lean Skinner, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Wallace Haverfield, Auditor, Ross Clay Products Co. Mrs. Margaret Hartman, spent several months abroad last year. Mrs. Austa Speck McClave is a well known vocalist of Uhrichsville. Harrison Wade, electrician at Twin City lllectric Co. 1909 Mrs. .lane Browning Fox, San Domingo lllthel McCollam, teaches music in Uh- richsville. Harry Robinette, Dennison commercial artist. D. Rayne Ross, Superintendent of Bel- den Brick Co. Fannie Taggart, Prin. of Trenton Ave. School. l 910 June lfllen Kunkle, noted vocalist of Columbus, Ohio, recently gave a concert in Uhrichsville. Claire Coldren, Canton, Ohio. Paul Reed, prominent Uhrichsville At- torney. Fred Shamel, Cleveland, Ohio. Faith Sproul, teacher in Uhriehsville schools. l9l l Nellie Burke, Electric Service Co. Lynn F. Lytle, Canton, Ohio. Elmer W. McClave, Sales Manager at Stillwater Clay Co. Mrs. Helen Stoutt Collette, Cleveland, Ohio. Mrs. Gladys Thompson Mitchell, Brock- way, Pa. Edith Nl. Williams, Cleveland, Ohio. if sf f' 'ir 1.52 Z r-1 'IF rf fyxvwl 575. .',, ,fx f-541' 5, ., j' f 5tg:ifv..1g:gt gfqtlke. .ffeajisrii I W.-:Q :lx -2 .fr .1213 S1 ff- bf t Yffrj g'ta:.,',Q,: Qin,-rf 'fir-F7 X-'fipff 'j 1'--I ,tx , Paul H. Stoutt, Mayor of Uhrichsville and editor of the Evening Chronicle. 1912 Mitchell Dawson, Pharmacist, Colum- bus, Ohio. Edgar Hillyer, Manager of Clay City Pipe Co. Helen Lynn, Denver, Colo. Ruth Parks, teacher in Uhrichsville schools. Harold Hamilton, Akron, Ohio Robert Cappel, Cappel and Roth's store. l9l3 Hon. Charles Greenlee, member of State Legislature. Donald McCauley, Buick Automobile salesman. David Romig, Insurance agent. joseph Ripley, journalist, New York City. George Reed, chief clerk for Ross Clay Products Co. -Iennie Watters, teacher in local schools. Mabel Wardell, employee of Uhrichs- ville Post Office. Mrs. Mary Van Ostran Green, Uhrichs- ville, Ohio. Clyde McMillan, McMillan Plumbing Co. 1914 Clare Crites, Tuscarawas, Ohio. Merl Crites, Associated with Evans Pipe Co. Alvert Goldsworthy, Canton, Ohio. Glen Maurer, Citizens Store, Uhrichs- ville. Rebecca Mitchell, who has been ill for the past six months, is at the home of her sister, Mrs. Charles Cull, Tuscarawas, Ohio. Blanch Spiker, California. 1914 James Warfel, Ellet, Ohio. Clifford Schindler, Coal Operator, Uhrichsville. Mrs. Mary Lindsay Roby, Canton, Ohio. 1915 Mrs. Emily Brown Wheland, Uhrichs- ville. Rodger Crites, Tuscarawas. Louise Englebait, Cadiz, Ohio. Mrs. Ruth Mitchell Cull, Tuscarawas. Mrs. Helen Greer, Uhrichsville. Vernon Thalheimer, New York City. Mrs. Margaret Young Shimp, Uhrichs- ville. l9l6 Mildred Hursey, Teacher at Uhrich Street Building. Raymond Brown, Clerk at Timken Rol- ler Bearing Co. Mrs. Mildred Baker, Uhrichsville. Francis M. Dunn, associated with Dunn Bros. Garage. Mrs. Achsah Minnich Bodenhamer, Uhrichsville. Beatrice Minnich, associated with State Division of Charities. Walter D. Temple, New York City. Mrs. Elizabeth Uhrich Brown, Pitts- burgh. l9l7 Emmet Baker, Prop. of Drug Store, New Philadelphia. Philip K. Banner, President of Imperial Finance Co. john W. Browning Uhrichsville. Dean Bush, Chief Clerk at Diamond Sewer Pipe Co. Marie Edwards, Teacher. Mrs. Esther Furbay Gardner. Mrs. Edna Kennedy Barkley. Helen Marshall, Stenographer at Robin- son Clay Product Co. Emmet Morris, Proprietor of Store near Midvale. Montford C. Morgan, Vice President Imperial Finance Co. Edmond Siegrist, District Manager of Cardex File Co., Canton, Ohio. Margaret McCollam, Missionary work in Cleveland, Ohio. 1918 , Leroy Brown, Superintendent Kresage Construction Co., Detroit, Michigan. Floyd Gatchell, Clerk Evans Pipe Co. Mrs. Truth Guthrie Cresap, Pearch Lumber Co. Frank Milliken, Minneapolis, Minn. Clara McCollam, Rainsberger, Uhrichs- ville. Dr. Earl Rainsberger, Dentist. Paul Nussdorfer, Chemist at the Labora- tory By-Products Co., Mason, Michigan. Albert Parrish, Canton. Mrs. Dorothy Reed Brandon, Dalton. Annabel Stevenson, Clerk for Pennsyl- vania Railroad. Leo Thalheimer, Florida. l9l9 Earl Aeschliman, Proprietor of Home Grocrey. fliltlffaalill Ct tilt x-,X , U .41 fsgfsal smear 135, Pg: jr Li 1 gg in it , t s 'A Kaiser Dumbauld, State department of Civil Engineering. Katherine Gutensohn, Clerk at Penn- sylvania Railroad Offices. George Herrick, Electrical Engineer at Ideal Electric Co., Mansfield, Ohio. Ruth McCullough, Teacher. Raymond Morris, Teacher in Cleveland, Ohio. Beulah Renwick, Teacher. Ben Sciarra, Expert Accountant Engin- eering department of Los Angeles. U l920 Grant Dumbauld, Proprietor of Furni- ture Store in Gnadcnhutten. Mrs. Lucille Edie Born, Stenographer at Stevens Law Office. Mrs. Grace Heck Taylor, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Helen Kobelt, Chronicle Office. Adelaide Maurer, Teacher. Anna Nussdorfer, Teaching Commercial in New Philadelphia. Mrs. Irene Wilkinson Shillan, Pains- ville, Ohio. l92l Ralph Covert, Superintendent of Tusca- rawas Schools. Mary Ginther Powell, Proplrietozr of Music Shop, Uhrichsville, Ohio. Virginia May, Teaching. Mildred McCollam, Bookkeeper for Lat- to Oil Co. Alverda Rosel, Music Studio, Uhrichs- ville. Ralph Scott, Whites Drug Store. Margaret Uhrich, N. O. T. and L. Ticket Office. 1922 Frances Edwards, teacher. Nora Furbay, Teaching in Akron. Thelma Harris, Stenographer at Evans Sewer Pipe Co. Francis Henry, Stenographer at Ridge- way Furniture Co. Byron Jones, Taggart Shoe Co. Opal Long, Telephone Operator. Harry McMath, Devine Clothing Co. Jane Waisner, Nurse's Training, Mas- sillon Hospital. Ardith White, Teacher in New Phila- delphia junior High School. 1923 Ruth Arthurs, Commercial Bank. lrma Carrothers, Stenographer at Koppe Candy Co. Esther Combs, Teacher at Trenton Ave. School. Dorothy Derry, Stenographer at Robin- son Clay Products Co. Bert Hartford, Manager of Twin City Baseball Team. Dorothy Lehew, Teacher in Central High Building. Marie Medley, Teacher in Uhrichsville schools. Frances Stowe, Music Studio, Uhrichs- ville. 1924- Dorothy Anderson, Teacher in Uhrichs- ville schools. Donald Stoutt, Sporting editor for Eve- ning Chronicle. Zelpha Hooker Ginther, Music and Stenographic Shop. , Juliette Conwell, Stenographer for H. O. Snyder. Margaret Patterson, Stenographer for Blackinson Staff Organization, Canton, O. 1925 Florence Bender, Teaching near Mid- vale. Gordon Hensel, Union Drug Store. Avaline Kaiser, Prominent Local Pianist. Mildred Green, Stenographer Ohio Serv- ice Co. Delma Hollingsworth, Pattersons Real Estate Office. Evelyn Lindsay, Stenographer at Twin City Wholesale Co. Ora Roth, Teacher. Hazel Simpson, Teacher. Lucille Van Lehn, Teacher at Trenton Avenue School. Carrie Wardell, Stenographer at Ross Clay Products Co. 1926 Helen Davis, Union Trust Company, Cleveland. Juanita Cox, McMillens Plumbing Of- fice. Mina Rippeth, Clerk at Watsons Bakery. Gerald Varner, Twin City Wholesale Co. Hollis Frizzel, Clay City Supply Co. Doyle Hooker, Proprietor of Shoe Re- pair Shop. Clarence Miller, Mazurie Furniture Co. l'.fXL'1, KIOHNSON MIDRI-ID SPROU1, Mrs. 1..xcy wus thu oldcst mcmlwr ol' thc Alumni from the High School in 1873. Milclrcil Sproul graldugllccl in thc yuan' ol' 1917 pulnlic schools, and was loved by all who knuw her. Paul johnson graduated in thu class of 1925. lllissunl by all his school mates. 171.1 1" ,, . . . .. . . lhuir lvrlghl lucs snuflccl out at lN.llll1iC5 lul Lifc, that sccmcd so swcut and prccious, gonc Gonc to that limbo of liorgoltcn thingsg '1'h.1t land of quicl, pc.1cc and nothingncss. '1'hcy imc not livccl in vain, for on thc lwright lfscutchcon ol' thcii' gXlm.i Nlgilci' '1'hcy hzuc loft thc mcmory of laluglltcr, licgiiilbv, Happincss, and work well clonc. A-X11 Sv Xssocl' ..ll1Ul1, graulunling Shu taught in thc 1'nu1's smilc is much lc-si, ilgl Sci.i I'l'.l Q 1 W.: As Hermann Sees Them XP ms . Q Q ' '-'-" "farms: . X if f Xi j 5 lf " Q foifgx ' QL : 1 -ing 0 1 , SRX I W' may A Freshmen fVcr'y lfrcshl 50Ph1'm0"C5 HVCVY 50160 Q X- . ..X W Mu! 5- L f 3 Q SYS mv Q M . Wg 5, glx xl ' J 'S+ - ' g H V A .Iunior :X Senior' Z5 3' , ryfrxjpaff x, jf' Wigan L . 1 , -- f . fe, ,f ,f .,-. ,. ' 1- I if L L' a ii. ff'ilifg'17r?'f', 41 jj U f'-,7 .alt Q :Q-E' isle'-Q L LQ "-f , ' Mill, -c 4' Y:- Our Calendar john Spendthrift was Old Man Spend- thrifts only Sun john was extravagant and spent much Mon So the Old Man kicked, and cut his allow- ance down to mostly ones and Tues One day John decided he wanted more mon, as he was about to Wed But the Old Man roared and said in a furious lisp, No Thur Now this made John boil and Fri To think how upon him the Old man had Sat SEPTEMBER Tues. 8th-School begins. Freshmen excited. Wed. 9th-Seniors wonder how fifth grade pupils got in by mistake. Fri. llth-Freshmen are learning that no means no, at least when said by Mr. McAllister. Mon. l4th-New teachers are a pleasure when one does not know their lessons, as no names are known. Wed. l6th-Three things happened to- day. Morning, noon and night. Sat. 19th-Seniors entertained by Frank Polen at Canton Country Club. Mon. Zlst-Chapel is now a required subject-teachers not excluded. Thur. 24th-Fair day. Although it rained, no one at school. Fri. 2Sth--The less daring pupils are dismissed to see the remains of the Fair. Mon. 28th-Rev. Wineland presides at Chapel. ' Wed. 30th-Mr. Virtue appeared with a new suit. Brown is a dull color but not when worn by such a bright man. OCTOBER Fri. 2nd--Hurrah for the guy who in vented Friday's. Tues. 6th-Charles Roth seen studying. Another good boy gone wrong. Fri. 9th-Mr. Creager appeared with sugar on his upper lip and declared it was dandruff on his mustache. Mon. 12th-Senior Class meeting. Wed. 14-th-Football game. First vs. Second. Referee Creager. Sat. l7th-Millersburg game. Not as easy as it sounds. Score 3-0 in favor of U. H. S. Wed. Zlst-Tests are announced. Ter- rible but true. Fri. 23rd-Beef Harris gained a pound. Heaven help us! Sat. 24-th-Muskingum vs. U. H. S. Easy work. Tues. 26th-Agnes Gribble fell upstairs. Fri. 29th-Pep meeting after school. Mr. McAllister introduces a new chant. Sat. 30th-Dover game. Senior-Fresh- men party. NOVEMBER Mon. lst-Football players display their beauty marks received in Dover game. Thur. 4-th-Report cards received. Another day of misery. Sat. 6th-Second team play Newcomers- tovvn. Our score on top. 26-0. Mon. 8th-New music instructor in Chapel. Miss Griffith enters her new position with much zeal. Thur. llth-Armistice day. School dis- missed at noon. Fri. l2th4Each pupil allowed the privi- lege of seeing the President and his wife. Sat. 13th-Phila game. More beauty marks. Mon. 15th--Basketball season now in. Girls call on Monday and Wednesday boys on Tuesday and Thursday. Sat. 20th-Alliance game. Tough luck. Thur. 25th-Dennison giving thanks that the score was not higher. Good reason as the score was 45 to 0. DECEMBER Thur. 2nd-Mr. Virtue acquiring a mus- tache. Fri. 3rd-Newcomerstown girls vs. U. H. S. girls. Pretty close. f?R9ei9Ef6W?l- Wikzfi A""' 7gFEQf?Kqj Tues. 7th-Hal grew an inch, new FEBRUARY doors please. Fri. 10th-First boys basket ball game. A good start. Tues. 14th---Mr. Creager appeared with- out his mustache. Fri. l7th--A good sale of basketball tick- ets. 8Mc a game. Mon. 20th-Glee Club sings in Chapel. Good applause when finished-Rather odd. Wed. 22nd-Everyone writing to Santa. Last minute orders. Fri. 24-th-Freshmen caught hanging up their stockings. Sat. 25th-Merry Christmas. JANUARY Mon. 3rd-It was learned that Mrs. Waud had embarked on the sea of matri- mony during vacation. Congratulations. Fri. 7th-Dover game. Wed. 12th-Semestersl? Thur. 13th-More Semestersl? Fri. 14th-Girls play New Phila. Nice work. Mon. l7th-Snakes West is enrolled as a student. YVed. 19th--lfcho Staff meeting. Mon. 24-th-Slickers and galoshes are now "the thing". Tues. 25th-It was learned that Mr. Miller had eight brothers. All athletes like himself. Fri. 28th-Newcomerstown boys vs. U. H. S. boys. Good game. Mon. 3lst-lVIr. lVIiller appeared with a new suit. Tues. lst-Kiwanis entertain football and basketball men. Thurs. 3rd-Seniors get pictures taken. Wonder why they were last. Fri. 4th-Phila game. The best yet. Wed. 9th-Fcho Staff meeting. Fri. llth-Big fight. Everyone curious. Sat. 12th-Phila again. Score the wrong way. Mon. 14th-Teachers learn their virtues CH by means of valentines. Fri. 18th-Dennison vs. U. H. S. Sweet Revenge. Mon. Zlst--Senior Party-Plenty of music. Two orchestras. Tues. 22nd-School dismissed. More great men wanted. Thur. 24th-Accidents will happen. Beef Harris leaves school after Physical education class. There's a reason. Mon. 28th-Lecture on liquid air. Marshall found to have cobwebs over right temple fseat of lovej. MARCH Tues. lst.-Senior class meeting. Wed. Znd.-Seniors select invitations. Be prepared. Fri. 4th-Everyone on the fence. Big Parade. Sat. Sth-Two Cadiz games. We re- commend Cadiz as an ideal sparring part- ner for Gene Tunney. Wed. 9th--Last basketball practice. Sat. 19th-It was heard that Dover won the State Championship. Sat. 27th-Fcho goes to print. To the right Basketball player as the Cadiz fans saw him. Bob Derry-ff-"See that truck? Look at him goln Miss a truck as 'him , Bob- truck." Roberta Wilson--"VVhat's an usherfu Iiva Page-"The guy who takes the leading part in Paul Russelfuls the dentist inf" Pauline lVlillerf"No, he's filling a cavi- ,iv U . xy Paul-"You Pauline- -"He's out to lunch.'l Nedra Ramsour-"Who is that fellow with the long hair?" less-"He s Nedra-"Oh, l've often heard of those Yale locks." l've often stopped to wonder, At fates peculiar ways, ' Griffith4"You shouldn't refer to , . . "Not this time. That was a mail Egg? Seb fi .ff jfea, QxX fwfr -al Sa il'7.,Jhcgdw-sv Xu. E lk of us we have a U. H. S. . n . . use her. U, the theatref' v fi .L me.inA- - ' I ff Ruth l"owler'4"Did you know that .loc talks in his sleep?" a fellow from yale. Lucille Fry--"No, does he?" Ruth4"Yes, he recited in class to-day." Kennith Bean-"Hey jack, your engine's smoking." klack Phillips4"VVell, itls old enough." For nearlv all our famous men Were born on holidays. ii- .-Xrchie Stevenson-"I wish l could re- vise the alphabet." Margaret Hilliker-"I thought that you . - , " ', ' . U took history last year?" HMI 51Cgflft'uWllF7 . ,, ' I nv I v . , ,l Polen "l did but the faculty encorcd "l'1h'L" ld Put L -'ml l Klmlf YU' mc." getherf' Freshman tat storej-"1 want a pound Hap,--1 ,wwf kncw min drops Could of mince-meatfplease take it from a nice 5,m,kC." Ymmg m"WL"n l.ois4"VVell, it so happens that they l' can't." Doctor---"Have you any organic Hal--"'l1hat's funny. Only a few trouble" minutes ago l saw them in hale." Dave Long carry ll tune." hir. Shimp' Deb H u f f ff" "No, Doc, l can't even 1..- Nlr. Nic.-Xllister7"VVhat kind of birds -i' are frequently kept in captivity?" if-"VVliv were you tardvfn llob Gates-"jail birds." I didn't get here on iime.' .1-- -i- klim lVlellot-"How does 'llom lk-lorris Here's to our teachers, sing?" Long may they live, lfthel Yan l,ehn-"Like he typewritesf' liven as long as klim-"How's that?" The lessons they give. l'fthel4"Can't hit a key." 86 ifxiig ' M., V4 14533 A I' L fifflrfly L, lc xi' Mary Kathrine-"Did you ever take chloroform? " Louis Ong--"No, who-teaches it!" On the registration card of Dutch Fur- hay, after the question--"Give your parent's name," was found this answer. "Mamma and papa." Haverfield-"I ean't swim." Charlotte Stilgenhauer-"VVhyt " Haverfield-"I ainlt in the water." Iidith Soules-"I always make a practice of saying just what I think." Moon-"I"inel we'll have a nice quiet eveningf' Margaret Lytle-"Oh Ifvelyn, Francis has swallowedthe ink. What shall I do Evelyn-"Write with a pencil, stupid." Q!! Lo: F ing Gir L s Pict U re shows Machi N es Smo K ing Ralph Kinsey-"What could be more terrihle than a man without a country?" Tillie-"A country without a man." Dot Creel-"What's the matter with your thumhfl' Homer Reed-"I hit the wrong nail." hlr. Shinlp-"What is iodine used for?" Margaret Condon-"For dying."-fij Paul jones-"just what are cosmetics?" Kathrine Metcalf-"Peach preserversf' Mr. Virtue-"What is the Japanese national hymn?" A. Barker-"California Here I Come." Helen Wardell-"Look at that dirt on Liz's nose!" Ncdra-"Don't he so indefinite." Marjorie Robinson-"This is our waltz is it not? " Maurice Douglas-"It's all the same to ti' if W f me." Marjorie-"Yes, so I've noticed." Miss Bargdill-"-less, for once in my life I would like to hear you keep quiet." C97 Bruce Ronald-"If a kid had eyes like it's daddy, what would you call itil' Bromwich-"Pop-eyed, I suppose." Miss Harper'-"Where is Berlin?" -lim Ronald-"In New York. writing a new song." Teacher--"I work with my head." Student-"That's nothing, so does a woodpecker." Glenn Jones tentering 2041-"Say, are there any seats up therefu Snakes West--"Yes, hut they'rc all taken." Miss Wiest-"Congugate the verb 'to shout'." Roger Duggan--"I scream, you yell, she hollers." Instructor-"In case of emergency, the first thing you want to do is put on the brake." Miss Geore-"Why I thought that came with the carl" Clara Davis-"I've kept account of all my quarrels in this diary." Maynard-"Oh I see, a sort of scrap book. U Miss Bargdill-"In Spain instead of say- ing 'She gave him the gate.' they say 'She gave him the pumpkin'." Hazel Siegrist-"Oh, in other words she squashed him." Mr. McAllister-"A biped is anything that goes on two feet. Name one." Deb Huff-"A pair of stockings." Bob to Pauline fwho is trying to make a fire on one of their numerous hikesl- "What's the use of trying to light a fire without wood, girl-why don't you use your head?" 87 , f.ralfvg-f ffgiiz. lqrqgwyaffall ark., 'sail ' lil-gill ,-1f'fJgl!3llf:,'4' " Q" Q'1f:sf?7'.i ffl 'lf Miss Harper-"What is the advantage of an automobile over a horse?" Polen-"A horse will die, but you can fix an auto." Ben Price--fWho believes a horse better than a carl--"Yes, but they don't change models every year." iss Smythe-"What do you think of the weather." Mr. McAllister-"Oh, horribleln Miss Smythe-"And how's your wife today?" Mr. McAllister--"Oh, about the same!" Bertha Soules-"Have you ever seen some butter fly?" Bob Lukens-"No, but l've seen a moth ball." fbawlj FAMOUS SAYINGS I don't know where I'1n going, but Pm on my way.-Columbus. The first hundred years are the hard- est.--Methusilah. Treat 'em rough.-Henry Eighth. Keep your shirt on.-Queen Elizabeth. Don't lose your head.-Queen Mary. The bigger they are the harder they fall.--David. lt floats.-Noah. You can't keep a good man down.- Jonah. l'm strong for you kid.-Samson. Mr. Creager-"Name an organ of the body?" Deb Huff--"The teeth." Mr. Creager-"VVhat kind of an organ is it?" Deb-"A grind organ, sir." Mr. Shimp-"How can you tell the dif- ference between carbon dioxide and car- bon monoxidefl' Plink Polen--"Why just let some guy inhale some." Ben Price-"Yes, if he dies it is car- bon monoxide, and if he don't it is carbon dioxide." Anita Sciarra-"Do you file your nails? " Thelma Miller--"No, I always throw them awav after I cut them off.". Mr. Virtue fgiving reasons for the loss of a battlej-"England had a large army, it had been standing for years." Margaret Condon-"No wonder, too tired." -lim Ronald-"Are you a trained nurse?" Lucille Fry--"Yes" .Iim-"Well, lets see some of your tricks." ill. Bill Stout tday before Xmasj-"All I can think about is the turkey l'm going to eat to-morrow." Edith Henthorne-"Well, l should say you are rather fowl-minded." Dot Demuth-"What did Franklin say when he discovered electricity in light- ning?" Charlotte Stilgenbauer-"Nothing, he was too shocked." Red Galbraith-"My car is like a rich mans' baby." Dot Rice-:How so?" Red-"It gets a new rattle every day." Miss Bates--"What do you know about the age of "Elizabeth'." Louis Conn fsleepilyj-"She'll be seven- teen next week." Ruth Parry-"Why is the milk so blue here?" Snakes West-"Because it comes from discontented cows." Scott Harrison--"What's the date to- day?" Margaret Mazurie-"I don't know. Why don't you look at thc newspaper you have in your pocket?" Scott-"That won't do any good. It's yesterday's paper." Perhaps these jokes are stale, And should be on the shelf, But if you can do better, just try it once yourself. Mr. Creager-"What is steam?" Bob Morris-"Water, crazy with the heat." 88 1'AA ' U1qf'.lwp'ff.:5g .',VV 1-f L, 1 , 'aff my 't-t. K, Margaret Mazurie-"They tell me rub- ber tires." Chuck Roth-"That's why it stretches, 5 ,fx XJ' as Xlxkuv Hollie Covert-"Did you have your hair cut?" Molly Kloth-"No, I washed it and it shrank." Charles Roth--"ls the pleasure of the next dance to be mine?" Mary Cooper-"Yes-all yours." Margaret Condon fVirgil classj-"jupi- ter had the headache, so they chopped his head open and Minerva came out." Nedra--"No wonder he had a headache, too much on the brain." Yes, llearch they make crazy quilts at the insane asylum. .less fhunting rabbitsj-"What would you do if you saw a bear?" Chuck Roth-"l'd climb a tree." -less-"But d0n't you know that bears can climb trees?" Chuck-"Yeh, l know that, by my tree would shake too hard." ' Miss Harper-"Give the present tense of 'cry'." Red Galbraith-"l am crying." Miss Haper-"No," Red-"Well, l cry." Miss Harper-"Go ahead." Miss Bates-"Give an example of a col- lective noun." Louis Ong-"Vacuum cleaner." silly." Ferno Brown-ul have an appetite like a canary." Marshall-"Oh yes. You cat a peck at a time." To see these track men run all day Tils quite a wondrous treat, 'luis wonderful, ti's marvelous, And only move two feet. Red-"l see a Ku Klux automobile." Ruth Taylor-"How so?" Red--"Can't you see it has a hoodfl' Dot Demuth-"What is H2S?" Bud Devine-"Mostly smell." Nedra Davidson-"Do you care for corn on the ear?" Martha Scott-"I don't know, l never had one there." Theo Clever-"Could you tell me how I could find the chemistry room? Edith Wagner-"Sure, ask somebody." Mary Bowser-"She slowly changed color." Fflva Morris--"Frightened? " Mary-"No, it was raining." Miss Haper-"Where are the Alps the highest?" Sam Brown-"At the top." Miss Bates fin English Lit.l-"What was Bacon noted for?" Tom Morris-"Mostly as aa flavoring for beans." Bob Maurer-"Don't smile so much, it's dangerous." Clara Hines-"Why so?" Bob-"The smile lights up your face and might set off the pow- der." Swim-jfffff QV K V4 'fm '?vQfi5' at '51 ff.-f ET' as ' as I ii iff lf 4 Martha Wright-"How many cigarettes do you smoke in one day?" Everett Bromwich-"Any given number." Teacher-"A fool can ask more questions than a Wise man can 1, answer. Student-"No wonder so many of us flunk in this subject." Betty Stoutt in one of our local stores asked the lady clerk for an empty box. "VVe haven't a thing in empty boxes to-day," the clerk explained. Bob Lukens-"Do your shoes hurt?" Eleanor Condon-"No, but my feet do." One dark and Willys-Kiiight a Pathfinder set out to locate where the Chevrolet. And on this Auburn day he was forced to Ford the Hud- son and Dodge Overland in his visit to make a Paige in history. He was struck by a Pierce-Arrow and knocked Cole. Scott Harrison-"What did you get thrown out the Glee Club for?" Gerald Gross-"For Singing." Miss Wiest-This examination will be conducted on the honor system. Please take seats, three apart in alternate rows."-Q E J Elizabeth Brunner-"Do the Siamese twins belong to any church?" Bill Haverfield-"Sure, they belong to the 'United Brethren'." Ep Moody-"How long do you suppose I could live without brains?" . Dot Rice-"Time will tell." Movieland in U. H. S. P I. The Quarterback ................ .. ..... .... . ..... .... .... . . . . Jim Ronald The Flaming Frontier .... .. .. Red Noble Campus Flirt ............... ..... . - ..... . ....... Dot Rice The Midnight Sun ....... ...s.......... H al Cummings Three Bad Men .... .... . Chuck, Bob and Deb The Big Parade -. ..s.,....,,., . ...... - Freshman Class The Love Thief ................. . ........ ..... D ot Creel Why Girls Leave Home .......s ..... . .. Don Harris Alias The Deacon ,......,,.,.,. ....... J ames Cross Loose Ankles .......... ...... - . ..... A. Barker Heleii of Troy .... ............ .... . . Miss Bates 90 f'11v 53 Lazy Bones ...., ,. .w,.. ,...A ,,A..,., ...,,,-,,---, -,,,,,- ,,,,,,7,7,, , w,7,, E p Mgody The Strong M811 ,. . .....v.....,....... ,M . .. John Paul Jones Sandy ...k -.f........ ............ ,, ....... , ... .. . .... . Everett Bromwich Sunny .-.. ee.. f-..f Veeee ee,. . . . . . eeeeee ,L ,.nV... ,Ll ,,.,,,,, Roger Dugan The Wise Guy ,,,. ...,. ,,,,,, J ess Dempster Summer Bachelor t.,, tt,.tv . - ...,tt. ..ttt, ,,,M, Bob Marshall The Great Accident . tttttt tt,tt.ttt,te ttt.. ....tt T i llie Zimmerman Little Eva ..., , .,........,,.,.,,..,..,,.t,,., ,,,,,tt,,,,,e,,,-, E va Page Gentlemen Prefer Blondes ..... ,,,,,,,,,-- P link Polen Treat 'em Rough ,...,............ .,., Mr. McAllister So Big eee.eeee eeeeeee . ee,. .. Cathrine Dunkle Hard Boiled ....e.ee.. . te.te. Mr. Virtue Fast and Furious vu,,,.,u eete, , ,. ,. Y,,, Chick Maurer The Blonde Captain .L ,.,, . ,l,,,l,,,-,,,,,-,, , Lois Brakebill Revelry .... .e...ee.e..e. u...,u --Freshmen-Senior Party The Little Spit Fire .e..,uu, ,,ee,..-,e,,.-,e...,,.... B ill Stoutt Bright as A Star ...uu,uu ,... . ......uuu,..,... Ruth Parry The Lady In Ermine ....u.. - ..i..,..,,...uu.,.. ..iuu, M argaret Mazurie NVVHERED "Where can a man buy a cap for his knee, or a key for a lock of his hair, Or can his eyes be an academy, because there are pupils there?" "In the crown of his head, what gems are found, and who travels the bridge of his nose?" "Does the calf of his leg become hungry at times, and devour the corn on on his toes?,' "Can the crook of his elbow be sent to jail, where's the shade from the palm of his hand?" "And how does he sharpen his shoulder blades, I'll be hanged if I under- standf' Would11't it be funny- If Pauline Miller had Hal's feet. If Bill Stoutt had Dot's giggle. If Hazel caught on. If Lois had a boy bob. If Miss Smythe was as quiet as Theo Clever. If Ethel Van Lehn had Red's complexion. If David Nelson walked like Archie Stevenson. If Miss George wore Mr. Virtue's glasses. If Mr. Miller had George O'Donnell's head of hair. If Chick Maurer was as slow as Maurice Douglas. 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Q I 9 fu sg ff SJ V, 'E Ei ffl Q, li !s - i iii FW E QQ 5 ff ig Q . ii E: sa is lx w 'Wi , QQ The Twenty-fifth Anniversary Of Our START AS "Your Photographern Twenty-five years in Same Location Fifteen Years Photographer for the New Philadelphia High School "Delphian" and Third Year For "THE ECHO" It will be to your advantage to know VVHY whenever you may require photograph work clone-Portrait or Commercial-And Home Portraits. THE GREEN STUDIO 143 1-2 N. Broadway New Philadelphia, Ohio Phone 392-Y All Photography in this Annual with a few exceptions by HARRY W. GREEN 111 S. Nlain St. Uhrichsville, Ohio Phone 139 95' ' ELECTRIC SERVICE CCMPANY Contractors and Dealers FRIGIDAIRE SALES AND SERVICE 232 VVater Street Ph011C 730 CALL US FIRST +.-.........-....-...- - - - - ... - ... -uu-,.u-....-......u..-....-.....,,,,,...,...-....-,.,.-...-..............-.. Frank Haidet Practical Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating, Sewer Building Plumbing Repair a Specialty Reliable Cabinet Gas Ranges 21 Grz1ntSt. Phone 155-J Compliments of . S. Hare Attorney at Law City Building Dennison -.4- -1- ------ - ------ ...-....--...- 4 -X 'KSIRH ' ' 765' ,fl " ' xg f-xf' -r ! - - I 7 X Dennison Service i WURIX-RUE Station 1 RADIOS ! , Open All Night Work i Veedol Sterling Oil i i Sinclair and Mobile Oils , - 1 Dennison I i Opposite Pennsylvania Depot Hardware l C O Dennison, Ohio Ornpany STOP and Have Refreshments Elf REISERS CONFECTIONERY Gnaclenhutten, Ohio 97 fx: .1 ff .'g- 5' t .I Q52 fly' 1,4 fri! , .,, ,Q -r l Twin City H. O. Snyder I Service Station 85 S011 l l Canfield Gasoline I Wm. Penn Mobile Oil INSURANCE l and i Corner Third and Dawson REAL ESTATE i i .,..-.. ............ ......,l.. .... -- - -,... - -, ..,,..-.,.,-,,,...,. WATSON 'S BAKERY VVe Bake It +......-......,,,,-....-..........-....-......,..-....-....-.,..-....-...-....-....-..........-i..-........-..........-i........-i..-..,.-........p Retail Store 252 Third Street MORRIS BEAUTY SHOPPE BEAUTY XYORK A SPlNiClAl,TY Toilet Articles Phone 634 q---m-- -.-. -.---- i-" -H - - -I-V---I--........ .... -,...-....-....-..........- .... -....-. .... -..i-i...-..,.- ...- -. .... -.N-.....-N...-....--4. 316 North Main Str et Phones: Res. 251-M7Shop 9l9 CLYDE E. MQMILLEN Plumbing and Heating lfliriehsville, Ohio Kohler liniunel VVnre Pipe .intl Pipe Fittings Dayton Waiter System. Bath Room Accessories 98 H. P. SHAFER Uhrichsvil le Sporting Goods Store 216 Vvater St. Bell 751-R Guns and Ammunition, Fishing Tackle, Tires and Motor Accessories .l..-..-...- - - - - - - - - .- -.,..- - ... - - .. .--u..-..- - -....-...,-..,.....-..,.-.4. Entertainment - Inspiration - Education State Theatre Vale Theatre City Opera House Uhrichsville Lincoln Theatre Pictorium Theatre Dennison Operated by THE TWIN CITY THEATRE CG. :QZTX lk w Ed. P. Uhrich Transfer and Storage N. O. P. Sc L. Agent ,1...-..1.1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Ambulance Service Phone 1056 Paul V. Offenbacher Funeral Director 326 XVest Third Street Uhrichsville, Ohio 1 1,.1..,, ,,4x, Kr 'Q' 1 1 Tuscarawas, Ohio 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 1 Barber Shop 5 i 1 1 Instant Servlce 1 Four Chairs I fl- 100 2 Reiser Brothers L Buick Sales and Serx ice i Phone 1079 1.11.1 1..1.lii-- -, 1 1 ,- Tennessee s 1 Satisfaction With Courtesy 127 VVater Street Uhrichsville Ohio -1.- . The Stuff That Makes A winner - VVho is the victor in the halftime race? It isn't the runner who makes a bluff at the start, but the one who has enough in reserve at the final sprint to step out ahead. It's the same way in life. The man with the most in reserve for the crucial moment wins. A Bank Account Is The Best Reserve You Can Have. Start Yours Now and 'Win Your VVay Through Life. .-lil , 1 l l THE UNION BANK CO. UHRICHSVILLE, OHIO ICXFCUTIYICS F, Ii, Lnrto . .. ,,e., . ,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,, . . . . ,.,, President R, D, Moody ,,,,,, .,,,, V ice President C. F. Whelancl .. . .. . ,,..f,. Cashier J. R. Carson ,,,, ,,,,, A ssistant Cashier DIRECTORS W. P. Greenlee, President Fast Ohio Building 8 Loan Co. F. li. Latto, President F. A. Mazurie, Merchant lf. D. Moody, President The Dennison National Bank Alexander Robinson, President The Robinson 81 Sons Sewer Pipe Co. W. B. Stevens, Attorney lf. F. Utterback, President Citizens Building 81 Loan Co. 101 .-,- ' Lf X If Xxfw J L. my 1. xv The Robinson 86 Son Sewer Pipe Co. l .rv iw: ,Q exe- , yy-ff' .C - L 1 e rf 'ii fifckjgqsgf jlkly l l'lllllAll.S'5IUUYl'laUfHf'S Clothes of Quality 'l im fy , , l Hart, bchafner 81 Marx, Michael .frfsf ifftfsf I .:... . Q - - - New 81 90-w mfs Sfefsfm and Varsity Shoes 215 East Third Street :FIl:EiE'5iiiiiifiEiii isfi f55E5?5f55? E'Ei5.'15252a2a2f2s25s2sz:eff2225fEf2. . . . Uhrichsvillf, OHIO -i--- f-" ----- - ------------- - - -------- u---+ You Will Always lfind The Latest Styles in Mens Suits Topeoats Overeoats No Nlore No LOSS XVhen You find 21 garment you like you know its only going to cost you 352250, no higher, we invite comparison. R. A. COX CO. 4-th Street Dennison ma , w i I 'INI A . A - -V X A , R Q 7-, Styleplus Clothes A n 'X " UH 525 530 535 W A AQ, f Queen Quality Shoes for Women 5 Emerson Shoes for Men Sasha- 'X ,Q ll PARR BROS. Dennison, Ohio +n1Iu1nn- 1 -111 1 1 --m1uu 1-11 uni-in-im-nn-..,,,,1,,,,1.,,, 1,1,1 ,,,,1,,,,1,4, J. W, LYTLE Pool Cigars Bowling Seven Tables and Four Alleys Auto Accessories Get Our Prices on Tires and Tubes Phone 229 117 Fast Third Street 104 .- ,'4- its ' "pig w Phone 37 Established 1884- J. PEARCH LUMBER CGMPAN Y Unincorporated Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES From First to Fourth on Wallace Street Uhriehsville, Ohio 105 'E' 1 1 1 1, Greeen S 1 INDIVIDUALI1 Y! ! Restaurant 1 1 The thing that makes Taggart's 1 Shoes distinctive 1 That gives them character 1 N ' 1 a' fd 11' '- Good Place to Eat 1 62,,1?I1iC3itiiL111ieS 1 Correct-invariably 1 Come in and see a pair on your feet 1 1 , Taggart Shoe 217 Center St. Dennison, Ohio 115 Third St. Uhrichsville, O. Compally 1 nlll1lw1w- 1 111 11-11 ww- 1 1-11 IIII 1mI1 1 1111 Ivl' -- - L Qln- -1111 ----W-un1u.1u'g 1 Eyes Examined Compliments of . - 1 Glasses Fitted i 1 1 Hayward and W s h 1 1 W J. 1 . e u tz hlpkey . . . 1 Eye Sight Speeiallst 1 Millinery-Ready to Wear Morgan Beck Bldg. 1 and Art Craft Phone 1053R 1 . 1 Third Street k L-ax-D 1 td f Bro en tnscs up lea e Uhrichsvme, Ohio 1 -i- 106 , 4 NEW SYSTEM BAKERY Hobby Andrews, Prop. OUR HOBBY IS NEW SYSTEM BREAD Fresh Baked Bread and Doughnuts Goods Daily New System 219 Grunt Street Dennison, Ohio .5...-u..-M.. .-...---.-------. - ---.... .- .... ....g. RADIO SERVICE SHOP J. R. Nlong 222 First Street Phone 89M-2 Uhrichsville, Ohio Expert Repair Service on All Kinds of Radio Apparatus Specializing on Super Hetrodynes Nlember Institute of Radio Engineers 1117 ,,-ff: fe We ein .- ef T w aa l Music and Records "Everything in Music" Public Stenographers The Twin City Stenographic 85 Music Shoppe Phones Business 362-R Residence 914-J General Collecting Mary Ginther Powell Zelpha Hooker Ginther -l----------------..-M- Compliments of Wiest Bros. 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 accident call County 25-F-3. Day and Night Service Tuscarawas, Ohio ml--I-1 1 1 -- i,11 1 1 1,1,,1,+ F. E. Gooding Go. Dry Goods Groceries Meats 401 First Street -i-4 - The First Methodist Episcopal Church OF UHRICHSVILLE 1 Q22 The Old Church for The Young People W. E. TILTON, Minister 109 wi W The Largest Ladies Wearing Apparel Store in Tuscarawas County Our Prices Are Moderate and Within the Reach of Everyone Exclusive But Not Expensive Our Cash Method Does It THE FASHION Watch Us Grow ul.-1,111 1iT1 Tiiil T L vuuinvn Phone 918 J 226 H. 3rd Sf. The Citizens Store Dependable Merchandise At Popular Prices Dennison, Ohio ---- - - -- -.-.... i-..-.4. Quality Shoe Shop 222 N. Uhrich Street Doyle Hooker, Prop. Quality and Service All Work Guaranteed Wy ,'1. if. .X:' f ' V1 v. u. gf . l Successor to F I E N BERCYS The Lowest Price Leaders Everything in VVomen's, Misses' and Children's Xxvtfilflllg Apparel Bell Phone 58 Uhrichsville Ohio 1...-...f-....-....-.M --------------- -,, ---- ,-,,,-,,,,,-,,-,,-4, Compliments of THE BELDEN BRICK COMPANY Ill 121651 'f K "bfi 1 Ll FUHR'S BAKERY Bread Cakes Pies Rolls Phone 14 -l---M- "1- ---------- 1-1- - 1 '--w-'-u- '-'- - '-'- - - '- ..,. - .... - .... ---.. . ,....-.4. DR. THOMAS V. GLOSSER Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon Evans Building Uhrichsville, Ohio +.........-,..1-,...-..,,-....-..,.-,,,.-,,.,....1--t...1H.......-1.H-in--.....-.im-w.-.m-mi-.ni-uu1m...w.-..,..----....-.,..-i..-i..-...lg For Real Bob, Haircut, Marcelle, Or Permanent VVay Try BAGBY'S BARBER SHOP Phone 41-J 215 Grant St. Dennison +--f-n-w-u--'-n- --lr - -lif - -i-' - ilii - .'-' - ---i - ---i -..---n--n-i-- i-.- - i-'i - '-'- - .--- -. .,.. -..-in-in-.........-u.-..-,......g. FRED FAIRALL CONSTRUCTION CO. Lumber and Builcler's Supplies Phone 742-R Planing Mill General Contractors .5.,.-....-,...-..........-..,.-m,-...,-....-.,..--.,..-..,.............-...-...-...-....-u..-...-....-...-.,..-..,.-.......-....-....-...-.4. TWIN CITY SHOE REPAIR COMPANY Expert Shoe Repairing-White Oak Leather Used Work Done While You VVait Shoe Shining Parlor 2062 North Water Street Uhrichsville, Ohio 0lv--H--Iw-w--w-lf--w'-- --II - III- - I-I- -HI--HH1-1w1I-w-lw-vv-Iw- lvll --I-11 -- -ifi -- --w1.-u-H--v1.1.1-W.-..---4. SHOES All the Family from Dad to Baby For the Best Shoes VVith the Lowest Prices Uhrichsville, Ohio C. H. LINEBERGER 112 .QTYT , , ,Q Ag -' TQA. . M, we ' '-xy THE CLYDE HOTEL AND A RESTAURANT "EVERYTHING GOODU Opposite Station, Dennison, Ohio :inn-0.-1111--.1111.11111 11111111 THE ROMIG CLAY PRODUCTS CO. Gnadenhutten Road Uhrichsville, Ohio ll3 When you want GET HI-POWER the Best Gasoline It costs no more than low grade Sold by dealers everywhere through the Yellow V isihle Pumps LATTO OIL CO. Uhrichsville, Ohio +5 .-........,......-...i......-I...-....-M...nl.-.........-....,nu-...........-....-..n-....-....,..-..H-....-....-,.,.-,.....,...- - gh THE STILLWATER CLAY PRODUCTS CO. Manufacturers of Sewer Pipe Flue Linings Chimney Tops And All Kinds of Clay Products ll-l f 1 f -'A ,"' "CW" , Y ' ii: - lvwxff G LLAGHER BRGS. SEWER PIPE DIES q----- ----- - ------------ - -.----. ..........-..g. Cash Terms THE HICKS CO. "Bigger Values For Less" Home Furnishings of Merit Ttlsearawas County's Oldest and Largest Furniture Store Grunt Street Dennison IIS Compliments of MCCOLLAM 85 SONS .. ... ...uu1.1ii1.m1...1n.i1-1.01--.nlunlnulnu..n.-.amiun,un-.iiii-.iiI.-m.1..........1....1,...1 ADLER-COLLEGIAN C L o T H E S The ONE real line for young men and their elders. All suits with either one or two trousers-525.00 to 535110- no more. High-grade and nationally advertised. H ILL-McKEE-COMPAN Y Next to Dennison Post Office 16 P, Qi? if V frf-Sig N, w e ee ' s' ' ' My When You Are in Need of Hardware I You Are Thinking of WILCOXON HARDWARE COMPANY Cor. 3rd and VVater Sts. Phone 337 , is .l...-..---W--I-.---. --------------- - ..... .,,-,,,,-,.,,.,....,l, C. W. ROSEL. CO. Ready to Wear Garments For Women and Children Pretty Coats, Pretty Dresses-Many to Select From Cossard Corsets Warrier Bros. Corsets Nemo Corsets Nlunsingwear Pigeon Hose Cadet Hose Dry Goods Rugs Draperies "There'5 a Reason for Our Big Bmiffexs 117 E Devine Clothmg Company For FN ,md BOYS M , ' Uhrichsville, Ohio 1. .---...- .- .... -......,......-,...-....-,...-...-....-...- ..,. .. ,,,, -,,,,-,,,- THE CLAY CITY PIPE C0. UHRICHSVILMQ, OHIO IIS ni I --ff Q THE EVANS PIPE CO. N cwport Road UHRICHSVILLE, OHIO -1..-ni.-...I--i..,i.u1,niM11,1uu--I-I-..u1nn-'pi'--.uni...inn-hun,u.1,.,,1,.,.1,,.,1,,,i..,,1.,,.-. WHITE HOUSE COFFEE The Cup That Cheers Distributed by THE TWIN CITY GROCERY COMPANY 1 -K9-'Eg 5:75 , . R ,, ' , 44 , ,-"' "-:lf "B S Quality Service TWIN CITY LUMBER CGMPANY "We Are Not Satisfied Unless You Aren Courtesy Price 1...1...1 1 1 1 1 luul.,H1..ni....1...,....,.1...,1,,..1..,,1....1....1....-,.,,,.,1....1 -..1...1,..1..1 .-. TOWN CRIER The All-Purpose Family Flour THE MCGOWAN BROTHERS COMPANY Wholesale Distributers l 'EW 9 2 '-lil 135' W COMMERCIAL BANK A GOOD PLACE TO BANK gg.-..1..1..1 1 .- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,..1..u1m..-,,,,1,,,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 GREENLEE'S STORE The Reliable GENERAL MERCHANDISE Bell Phone 72 910 Trenton Avenue Uhrcihsville, Ohio l I LAKE OIL COMPANY SINCLAIR DISTRIBUTORS FOR EASTERN OHIO Office City Auto Co. Dennison, Ohio np-..-..-.H-.. ---------- ....-..- ..-...-...-.....,,,,-,,..,,-,,,,,,-,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,l, Kodaks Books Drug Store Service Drug Store Merchax G. J. MoRGAN The Rexall Store Stationery Rieck's Ice Cream l idise Candies .fxfz , it f.-fied NNN, N X' may xml?-9-slimy ww Q Kelvinaters Washers Sweepers Irons Radiolas The Home of Good Yvashing Nlachines All the Latest Improved Types The Latest Patterns of Electrical Lighting Fixtures THE TWIN CITY ELECTRIC CCMPANY H. O. Stilgenbauer Class 1909 C. O. Romig Class 1909 q..-..-.--..- - ------ -..-...-...-.,.-,,-....-...- -.. - .. .... ,-,,-,.-4, VVe Serve You Best In Clothing, Tailoring, Hats and Shoes FLORSHEIM Shoes for Men RILEYS Arch Relief Shoes for Women IVe Fit the hard to fit in "Nobby Footwear" TREADWAY BROTHERS 123 East Third Street Phone -L94 1 1' Cris W HUNT'S A Perfect Fit for Every Foot HUNT SHOE CO. Good Shoes for Style and Mileage 13+ East Third Street Uhriehsville, Ohio 1 1will.I-.lm-.I.I1-Inim.,ml1I.-l1..u1u..1.ul1lm1....-m1nn1....1m..,,,,,,.,,,,-ml1,-u1u..1....1..,.1...,1,,,, THE UHRICHSVILLE ICE COMPANY Pasteurized Sweet Milk Pasteurized Coffee Cream Pasteurized Whilulving Cream Buttermilk Cottage Cheese ON ALL OUR WAGONS AT YOUR DOOR EACH DAY 1 4 -..g. W y f 4 f 4 THE CHRONICLE Daily and Weekly Leased Wire Service The Chronicle is the Best Advertising Medium in Tuscarawas County READ THE CHRONICLE THE DENNISON SEWER PIPE CO. DENNISON, OHIO 1 5' qu --- ---------------- -.. -..-..-......-..-...- 4. +int: p President Buckeye Fire Clay Co. G - W K -ll ' fr. .. ,i if -sm .sqm THE BUCKEYE FIRE CLAY CO. Manufacturers of VITRIFIED SEWER PIPE Uhrichsville, Ohio THE DENNISON NATIONAL BANK Dennison, Ohio Heywood G. Clark Pork Packer W. A. Coldren, M. D. Retired Wesley K. Iickfeld Quincy Law Farmer lfclwin D. Nloocly President Dennison Water Supply Gus H. Oberholzer Merchant eo. . e y Ludwig Ries, hlr. Sup't. Childrens Home Clothing Maurice M. Keepers Philip A. Romig Treasurer Romig Clay Products Co Emerson R. Yan Ostrnn Citizens Savings SL Loan Co. A. Roy Lanning resident Dennison Sewer Pipe Co. Merchant and Mzxnufacturer The Safest Place for Savings Resources over S1,500,000.00 126 Co w THE DENNISON WATER SUPPLY COMPANY DENNISON, OHIO MILLER BROTHERS The All American Restaurant Uhrichsville, Chic 7 w THE ROSS CLAY PRODUCTS COMPANY High Grade Sewer Pipe Eiiie Liiiiiigs, Wall coping, Building Block, Eiieciay chiiiiiiey Pipe and Chimney Tops 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...1,,,1,,.1n.-,.,,,,1,,,,1,,1 1,.1..1..1..1.. DODGE BROTHERS SALES SERVICE DUNN BROTHERS FAST SECOND STREET Umucus 18 -up .QNQXJ :FX , fs 43. 'xv A Tim , w For Service Drive to the Hi-Power Service Station Corner Fourth and Dawson Sts. VVhere High Crade Gasoline and Oils are Sold GAS VVITH US Cisprign "Shine" Phone 4--1-0-R 4...-.....-..i - .-..- -....- ,. ,- At Your Service Cheer Up It's Harmless Twin City Dry Cleaning Co. . T. R. Rosenberry, Prop. Phone +95 Res. Phone 848VV Uhrichsville, Ohio For Real Estate Values See W. H. Patterson .fX. Exits -.0 f ,fl J ' V W mm , 5 f 0 4,9 .4 , . ff iihfgm ' fi? ' QQ 65 gs X Q N. You es? 1-HE GIRL' WE HAVE THE HOME. . 4 . Real Estate Home Builder Uhrichsville, Ohio Wall Pa per, Paints Wiiidow Shades Curtain Rods Gift and Art Ware P. G. Lanning 85 Sons 216 East Third St. Phone 427 J Uhrichsville, Ohio n iiui-him--,,,,1., 11111, ,,1,,.-,+ .iizgkd , Tiwa ,G+ ,sf , , , 17, .fl ,,,, fm!! H gr, ,gf " N - V. f J- 5'-1,9 Q -In ,M Q The Heart of Your Business is reflected in That Bit More of Attention Service and Fairness Eclipse Dry Cleaning Uhrichsville, Ohio Clothes Do Help You VVin Dry Clean Them Oftener Scientific Beauty Parlor Marcelling a Specialty Expert Barber Catherine E. Shambra nvyi la. Third sf. Phone 630-J Uhrichsville, Ohio +.-...- -.. .. ... - - -.--- India Tea Co. Headquarters for Tea, Coffee, Spices, Baki Powcler and Fancy Groceries AI. XV. Harrison, Nlgr. 128 liast Third Street Il -f--i- - -- -. - .....-.q. C. C. Schambra Druggist Books, Stationery, Office, School Supplies, Magazines and Seasonahle Novelties Cor. Third and Uhrich Sts. Uhrichsville, Ohio ,glfjfl FI. 1 ,ff X- G. D. Haas Hardware Co. Dealers in Hardware, Sporting Goods, Motor Car Accessories and Fishing Tackle Grant Street Dennison 1 I I Ludwig Ries, r. I "The Smart Clothes Shop" I I 313 Center Street I I I I Dennison, Ohio 1 I I l I I I +.-.....-W.-. -.1..-.,-....- ------- ....-.....- - -.....---.5,,,...,.. ..... ,,.,,.,,,,-,,,,. I -4- A. C. Sullivan Groceries "We Aim To Please" Quick Service Free Delivery Grunt Street Dennison I I I I I I . E. Beltler I Dry Goods I I I I I 101 Fast Third Street I I I I I 'I' 131 Ax I- nz, Y i 5:5333 iff: 4 31 E QQ' F. 3 Qld 55522 L? tv' Si John Maurer 85 Sons T I 9 Hutzler S The Friendly Drug Store State Theatre Building Meats and Groceries SE Phone +2 UTZLER'S 224- East Third Street Uhfichsviile, ohio ERVICE .,..-.r-,..-..M- r.,i - i.i. - ,.i. - i.i, - i.i, - s.si - r,i. - r.i. - - i.i. - i.i, - i.r. .... , - - - -s- S- S- ii,. - ,-. -,, Furbays Tire Sc Repair Shop Smoke Double Dutch Phone 751-I Sf0giCS 122 N. Water St. Wise' -I ,Q M ,ev V ,V gg Where Satisfaction Is a Certainty Not a Promise F our Chairs Sanitary Barber Shop J. L. Potts At Your Service Wm. W. Evans Groceries and Meats Dry Goods, Wall Paper and Rugs 101 N. VVater Street Phone 233 iq gig, Aflfff iigifrfaf iligiff iii? L 'I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I -I- 133 Ridgeway Furniture Company Home Furnishers 313 Fast Third St. Phone 362-J Uhrichsville, Ohio Compliments of J ohn Gardner Jeweler and Optician Dennison, Ohio 1 - .- 1 -. 1 1.n1nu.1,.1. " .X if ,,- if 5 1f?',fi .'- -iii? f' .139 fm ,.-ef' Union Drug Store Uhrichsville, Ohio Pure Drugs Sodas Kodaks Stationery Grane's Chocolates Try The Drug Store First L. G. Ripple, Prop. Ti' H. W. Westhafer 85 Sons We Handle Everything in the Seed Line Hardware Paints Seeds Fence Prices Always Lowest At Our Store J. E. Smith Fine Dress Goods and Trimmings Silk Underwear Gloves and Silk Hosiery .-...-M- - - -....-..- .. -....- - -H.......-..... - ......-...-...........-..,- - - - -..n-,...,..4. Twin City Greenhouse By Buying Your Cut Flowers and Plants from Us you are sure to get Fresh Home Grown Flowers. Phone 380 Say It With Flowers Ja i Q3 :tres as -'ri' ' if'57 Kb: "ft-fe Dr. R. A. Rainsberger Dentist X-Ray Service 215 M East Third Street ti vi. uw- ' lf- my A I- Wx " V he J i' l 1 Beck's I I I The Leading Jewelry and l Gift store I l L Watches Jewelry I 5 Silverware Stationery I l g Corner Main and Third Streets Uhrichsville, Ohio l I t , 1----.i --------- 5 -. -....-...T...- .... - -.- .- ........ .,.,...,', i The Servison Co. The Citizen's 1I1C01'P0f21fCd I Building 81 Loan 1 Com an Sc and 1Oc P Y Variety Store R. P. Utterback, President Uhrichsville New Philadelphia Dover VV. B. Stevens, The Largest and Most Up-to-Date Secretary and Mallager Variety Stores in the County The ifogeidrghat Save A Good Place to Borrow O Hey A Safe Place to Invest T. C. Servison, Nlanager Union Bank Building i -5- 137 A4' ' MT? .f, W EQQPQ ,fag :Ji us ' U 447 H1352 M. A. Tweed Hardware Co. M. A. Tweed, Manager 121 East Third Street Uhrichsville, Ohio :Inn-un1u 4114411 -1111-1111 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 11 South 3rd Street il,-nqiuu.. ., 1' igy, 4Q ,ff ws. ,V "is 4- I The Romig F Agency l I l I l General Insurance and i Real Estate l l l I Third and VVater Streets 5 Phone 701 G i ! Q McConnell's Q Confectionery E . l Schrafft's Chocolates l 2 Eastman Kodaks and i . 1 F ilms l l l 5 Tuscarawas, Ohio I I -i- 136 -Hv'11In--..y.1,,,.1,.,,1 1.n1...,-uni..-ggi W r Heywood Clark Our Goes Meat Your Wagon Way Phone 299 Dennison, Ohio +-:un- --11 1 1 1 1 Lanning's The Big Store If You Buy Here It is a foregone conclusion that you will make many savings. Good values coupled with liberal methods and straight forward deal- ing have made this store the won- derful success it is today. Special attention given to outfit- ting girl graduates. T. Lanning 85 Co. The Big Store rv" 'Q' 1 g . 2 Maurer 81 Spillman Dealers in 1 Fresh and Cured Home 1 Dressed Meat and 1 Poultry 1 Prompt Delivery 1 Phone 18 2 Uhrichsville, Ohio 'I H- ---- - - - -- ------- H------+ 1 E Authorized Agency for 1 1 Iver Johnson Bicycles and Fisk Tires Bicycle Repairing Children's Wheel Toys l 1 l . . E R. Smith l 5 216 North VVater Street I Uhrichsville 137 lmixff ,577 ,. we xt xg' F. A. Mazurie Furniture, Carpets, Victrolas I I I I I The Hoover it Beats as it Sweeps as it Cleans Electric Suction Sweeper Uhrichsville, Ohio +n7unTmv-1.minn1un1niiTuu1uu1-iriguiui1 .1 1. Kleanall Kleaning Ko. Dry Cleaning and Pressing Ladies' Apparel, Lamp shades, Draperies, Etc. -H4 N. Main Street Phone 98 Uhrichsville, Ohio i"e' X7 '!' I Compliments I - I ol I I I I I I The East Ohio I r 1 Cas Company I I I I I I I 1 Elvin Battery I . I Su I I PP Y I I I "Home of Westinghouse Batteries I I We repair all makes of I Starters, Generators and I . Storage Batteries I I 'I' 138 D N icholls' Coffee and Tea Company Specializes in Coffee and Teas Ask your Grocer for the finest drinking coffee- Ohio Special 228 South Water Street 4un1nn1un1uu1un1uu1i-ni 1un1nu1nu1 1uu1 "Rice Quality Shades" fo Closed Cars iunt I' Chas. W. Rice Sz Company 4. ,sf am Shades and Drapei y 'CQ rlllll I ' X' , , . lthe MA . . . ' F blind Specialists Man Uhrichsville, IRB' ,ii I 0 I Ohio TRADE MA RK Specify "Rice Shades" for Your Closed Car Reed 81 Reed Attorneys un-M1 1 1 --qui..-.il-1 ....m.- 1 1 in-ii-1 Footwear For the Family Right in Style, Price and Quality F. H. Reid Shoes and Hosiery Uhrichsville, Ohio Wm. lVIcDonald Perfect Blue VVhite Diamonds A Complete Line of Iewelry and Gifts Wm. McDonald, Jeweler 214- Fourth Street Dennison, Uhio .... -.,..-.,..- - Cappel 85 Roth Dry Goods Notions Groceries A Good Reliable Place to Deal Groceries and Staple Dry Goods J. W. 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