Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)

 - Class of 1928

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Q Wx L3 O 0 av fav KL' wk Iii ei- Gln 5'HHis5 ffgernine Egarper 09111: 'ifezlclyzr emit glfaitlqful glfrienh The flllzrss nf 'ZS Qfiespeztfullgtg fshicatzs This Eflefwnily 'jgnlume uf "mhz Elfvzhnn 6 sxglllllllllll Illll IIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIHIlIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll 6 Hs Iilglglilg E 5 EES -7 Nw Krnn .....L..J .144 --H--r ,....g4........r 'WWW 3 -v--4-J BUT EABHEST TE-Ac:-u:n25 '5ElZf:Q BY vom-1 T , K li ' 1 P7 Ill I A ' ll Ill I IIOIII Ill lllll llllll llllllllllll Illllllll llllllllllllll I llllllll llllll llllllllll llllllllll kf MR. H. B. GALBRAITH, Superintendent of Schools 8 J ,V r r ff R "" 1 4 - Mn 'P' PRINCIPAL SAMUEL SHIMP 9 5 - LLL?" L , il "' ' s, iii? Qi fl fill . " ll lg l l ' M4901 sv L RALPH E. COVERT Illalzmei T raizzin g .4 lgebra "He attempts the end and never stands to doubtg Nothing's so hardg but he will search it out." ELLA CARSON Englixh "Sweet promptings unto kindest deeds Are in her very looks." K. GUY CREAGER Pliyyics Genera! Sfience "Who scattered around Wit and humor at will, Whose daily honfmots half a column might fill." GEORGE KUMMER E11 gl ish "The rule of my life is to make Business a pleasure And pleasure my business." EMERALD LAMME Coacli "I dare do all that may become a mang Who does do more, is none." RO SS VIRTU E Economic: H ixtory "Whose wit in the com' , bat, as gentle as bright, Ne'er carried a heartfstain away on its blade." 10 lil Ulllll 6 LOVVELL H. MCALLISTER Biology A lgebra "Cunning in science and the mathematics To instruct you fully in those sciences." NELLIE BARGDILL Spanish "Each one, pleased with what she taught, Will have this teacher in their thoughts." RUTH ALDRIDGE Plzyfical Education "For she 'was jes' the quiet kind, Whose nature never varies," - SARA FUNK - Mufic "Her very frowns are fairer far, Than smiles of other maidens are KATHERINE WATERS Domeftic Sfience "We may live without friends, We may live without books, But civilized man cannot live without cooks." " 11 9 lk lv i , I l L :il 0'mll' W'a ll Q' il' " it if rg- 1 . ff- ff ' . 5 ,. lsr lxl k4f 7-5 E MARY A. MORGAN Bookkeeping "She has left undone those things which She should not have done, and she has Done those things which she should have done." ADELLA MCCANN Mathenzatics "In her experience all her friends relied, Heaven was her help and Mathematics her guide." ELIZABETH SMYTHE Slenograplzy "A perfect woman nobly planned, To warn, to comfort, and command." BERNICE HARPER H ismry ' C iflibf English Geography "Deep sighted in intelligences, Ideas, atoms, influences." LORA WIEST Latin Englixh "She chooses always the way That seems the best, 1 However rough it may be, Custom will iender it easy and agreeable." 12 Wx KN my J X X A SENIUIIS IU! I W if 5 .,,,,. A , E5 ,E 1 1 PUSH OFE AND SITTINGWELLIN O EDEQ SMFVEA THE SOUNDINE Fom2r2ows, Fora T-fy PUIZPOSE To BEYoND THE SUNSET ANDTHE BATH5 OEALLTHE WESTERN 5TAl2S,UNTII.fljDlE.t ' y :rigs ,pt its, . 5 , wi! 6 'I "I 7, ,f t f' . ' 'U' H .QL 'if l ' I L ll x it 3 ,, Qtr ' I ii wks-if E ll lf 0 iv Ka' it ll if i Senior Class Officers President .s,,ss.. William Haverfield r Vice President .,ssssss issssssss.ss. R uth Fowler A Secretary-Treasurer .- ..,, .M Martha VVright Historian ..,.es,..se c ,..,e c ,....,... .,,, - - Edith Henthorne Spoiisors-Miss Elizabeth Smythe, Miss Bernice Harper, Miss Nell Bargdill, Mr. Ross Virtue. Margaret Babcock Elizabeth Brunner Mary E. Chandler Lillian Christian Dorothy Demuth Mary L. Edie Ruth Fowler Lucille Frye Agnes Granville Pauline Hand Edith Henthorne La Vera Heston Margaret Hilliker Margaret Johnson Margaret Lytle Glenna Mathias Margaret Mazurie Dorothy E. McConnell Helen McDevitt Margaret Miller Lucile Milone Helen Packer Thelma Packer Ruth Parry Marjorie Robinson SENIOR CLASS ROLL Helen Simpson Jenny Skelley Alta Spies Charlotte Stilgenbaurer Olive Welsh Virginia Williams Roberta Wilson Martha Wright Mildred Zimmerman Edna Keffer Sidney Wood Harry Workman Frank Bender Edward Bobzien Karl F. Brand Robert R. Brown Sam Brown Louis Conn Hollie Covert Jesse Dempster Bernard Devine James Dooling Paul Ferrell Robert Gates Robert Gooding Scott Harrison William Haverfield Samuel Hitchcock Delbert Huff Le Roy Hunt Paul W. Jones Haldean Lindsay Ray Malter Robert Maurer William Miller Edwin Moody Thomas Morris Herman Meyer David Nelson Homer Reed james Ronald Charles Roth Ellis Schaeffer William Stout Joseph Tipton Taylor Van Vlcck Mark Wentz Hartman West Nellie Roth John Hand Paul Williams Class Flower .... ,css S weet Pea Class Colors cc... , s.,e, Blue and Silver 14 if of nl lm it ll e '1 E MARGARET BABCCCK Glee Club 111g English Club "C0ni'1zge to endure and obey." Naturally of sober demeanor and earnest nature she prefers to remain in the background rather than to advertise her achievements. FRANK BENDER "Noi 'girlr hat grader lmwe been hir aimf, Frank never shirks his studies for no teacher has yet found him irresponsive. ELIZABETH BRUNNER-"Lib" Glee Club 111, 121, 1315 English Club 131, 141g Spairfish Club 131, 141g B. B. Squad 141, Echo Sta . "Size fittfe lzeedf the rigid rule, The dull restraint, the ehiding frozcng The weary training of tlze .velzool Cannot tame fzer Jpiritr down." "Lib" is everyones friend even if her thoughts are often "elsewhere". It is not hard to guess where, as her eyes often turn northward. EDWARD BOBZIEN "Gi-ve me harmony or give me death." Edward is quiet, dignified, and courteous. He has won a permanent place in the affections of his classmates. MARY CHANDLER Glee Club 111, 121. "Tnere'.r nothing ill that can dwell in meh zz temple." . Mary is so good natured all the time and so sincere in her school work that we can't help being glad that she is with us. KARL F. BRAND Orchestra 131, "Like ll quiet lake, unriiffled by the wind." Karl has been with us only these last two years. Altho quiet and studious he boasts many friends. a as e ee if 1 fn, ff ,N x ' i' ll' v fi s. li as ll' ll 1 in ill 146,11 K si ROBERT BROWN Glee Club 121, 131, Science Club 1315 Track 121, 131, 141. "Hi1n:elf alone and none ollzers lze re- fembleff' If you meet a fellow with a monstrous pair of glasses and a most genial smile, it's "Bob", and-the life of the party. LILLIAN CHRISTIAN Glee Club 121, 131, 141, B. B. Squad 141. 'cHer eye: are blue, :lx her heart is true." Lillian although quiet and reserved, is always pleasant-a true friend to all her classmates. SAMUEL BROWN "Tile mildest manner and gentelest heart." Sam has not advertised his qualities very prominently but he has been a relying factor of our class' just the same. DOROTHY DEMUTH-"Dot" B. B. Squad 121, 131, 141, Glee Club 111, 121, 141, English Club 131, 141g Spanish Club 131, 141, Science Club 1315 Math Club 131, Echo Staff. "liz ber eyer the miselzief tu'inl'les, i-llzvay: in for lot: of fun." She is an honor student, a social leader, and an athlete. Loyalty and elemental friendliness are the mainsprings of her character. LOUIS CONN'-"Louie" "To 'zcorry little, to ,rtudy len, Tlmff my idea of lzappinexxf' "Louie" portrays this saying well, but he has secured many friends in his high school career. MARY LOU EDIE "But smiling tlze brighter, The darkef the day, Her Jzmxbine would scatter the flzadozvs away. Mary Lou is one of our small girls who likes to laugh and talk. 16 al rift. 'rv 5 E RUTH FOWLER-"Ruthie" Glee Club 111, 131g English Club 121, 131g Math Club 1311 V. Pres. 131, 1415 Historian 1213 Latin Club 131, 1415 E Club 121, 131g 'iflvzfl none of the fhillgf fhou aamzf 1Ze.ri1'e are to be zrwzzprzrerl unto her." Science Club 1415 Echo Staff. Ruth's qualities of leadership and charming personality have won her many friends. To sum it all up what would we have been able to do without her? HOLLIE COVERT 'KHK if fu!! of g0OfZ i7lfEllfi0l!.f.,, Hollie always sees the funny side of every' thing. He has won many admirers by his smilf ing countenance. LUCILLE FRYE cies ciub 111. 'cl am af! fha flzzzzghlers of my home i-lm! af! Me brother: too." Lucille is one of our prettiest classmates. Her thoughts and eyes are always directed toward Newcomerstown. We wonder why? JESSE DEMPSTER+L'jess" "He .fpfefieflz by on the frilzgr of the morn, Wiilb 11 raflfizzg of boffr mn! tl 601115 of Me boivlf' AGNES GRANVILLE Glee Club 1113 English Club 121, 1415 Math Club 131g E Club 131g Spanish Club 131, 141: Science Club 141. "Ner'e1' yuizf, Q-1.er'er ffiff, flz":c'ayJ fllfkillg, faflt ,fha 'zcifff' Altho' Agnes is always talking and laughing she never neglects her studies, for she was in the E Club last year. BERNARD DEVINEs"Bud" Math Club 1414 Spanish Club 1314 Or' chestra 141g Science Club 141: Track 131, 141. "Laugh auf! the ccorfa' ffznghf with you, VVef:p ami you creep flf0llB.,, Bud loves an argument. He has always done his share to provide fun and entertainment in both social and class life. ii l B X - l' f BY! 543' .ff Qi ll fl' lt 'll ll U IAMES P. DOOLING-"Jim" Footrball Manager 111, 121, 131, "He know: Iii: place and purpose, Anil perform: liix duty well." "jim" is one of those rare souls who does his bit and does it well. He takes his pleasure in doing his duty and can always be depended upon in a "pinch". PAULINE HAND English Club 141. "She if prim, the if neat: She if plearant and .f'ZUB6f.,, Pauline has been with us only this year and has proved a good classmate, we are sure Port Washington misses her. PAUL FERRELL B. B. Squad 111, 121, 131, Orchestra 121, 131, 1415 Glee Club 131. "Every inch a gentlemanf, The noise Paul makes blowing his trumpet makes up for his quietness at other times. EDITH HENTHORNE Music Appreciation 1115 B. B. Squad 121, 131, 141, Capt. 1415 Glee Club 111, 121, 1415 English Club 121, 1315 Spanish Club 131, 1415 Science Club 1415 Math Club 1315 Historian 1415 Echo Staff. Edith is an all around girl, sharing in all the activities in high school. Athletics seem to be her main interest, as she has proved in many ways. But she will not look at the boys in our high school for her interest is else where. We wonder where? ROBERT GATES-"Bob" Orchestra 131, 141. "Ambition if no eure for love." Beware of love, Bob, for if you want to play in a "Brass Band" the fair sex is of little help. - LA VERA HESTON Math Club 1315 English Club 121, 131, 1415 Glee Club 1115 Music Appreciation 1115 B. B. 111. "A friendly heart with many frienzixf' La Vera is one of those rare persons who is gifted with a large vocabulary and knows how and when to use it. Success to you La Vera. 18 ei ll ll' lk ll Q "' E MARGARET HILLIKER B. B. Squad 121, 131, 141gG1ee Club 111, 121, 131, 1413 English Club 1219 Music Appreciation 111, Math Club 131. "Care: not a pin what they :ay or may my." Margaret is fond of excitement and a good time. She generally manages to find the form' er and have the latter. Nevertheless she has a fine school spirit and appreciates the more worth while things. ROBERT GOODING-"Bob" Echo Staffg Spanish Club 131. "My wit i: my :alwati0n." Here is our joke editor of the Echo. With' out "Bobs" jokes classes would be dryer than usual. Just the same "Bob" will go a long way in life. MARGARET JOHNSON "An opened hearted maiden, true and pure." 5 Another one of the dernure ones-that is until you know her. Then she is fairly bub- bling over with fun and high spirits. JOHN HAND-"Jack" Footfball Varsity 141g Basketfball Varsity 141g English Club 141g Math Club 141. "Hi: eye: tzvinhle in hi: head arighl, A: do the :tan in a fr0:ty nightf' "lack" always looks as if he were up to some mischief. But he is really a "good" little boy and a favorite of every one. MARGARET LYTLE-"Peg" B. B. Squad 121g English Club 131g Spanish 131, 141g Glee Club 111, 121, 131. "Ye G0d:, I aan hear that giggle yet." In this maid we find a wee bit of gayety and a great desire to gossip. Just the same " Peg" has been indispensable to the class of '28 in social and class activities. SCOTT HARRISON-"Scotty" Class Pres. 121, 131g Echo Staffg Athletic Treas. 141, Cheer Leader 1413 Glee Club 131, ".4h:enee of occupation i: not ren, a mind quite vacant i: a mind di:lre::." "Scotty" is always busy, holding down such a position as Athletic Treasurer doesn't seem to be so easy. We are glad our class had such a versatile fellow for one of its members. E at m c c B19 .g,,llifl.aw1i lla W 1 ce 'f ll' 401 l'-f WILLIAM T. HAVERFIELD Footfball Squad 121, Varsity 131, 1415 B, B. Manager 121, 131, 141, Glee Club 121, 131, 141g Science Club 131, 141, Echo Staffg Math Club 1313 Class Pres. 141, V. Pres. 121. "Y0u,s'e a hold heart, heep it .f0.', "'Bill" is interested in his studies, athletics, and last but not least, girls. He is going to be a doctor. Success to you, Bill. GLENNA MATHIAS "Nezfe1' eros: and newer mappy, .-llfcayr pleamzzf, alecay: happy, Brocrn-e 'ed ir! :he if indeed 5 . I'rufty friend an e-very need." SAMUEL B. HITCHCOCK-"Sam" "VV01'fh make: the mzmf, 'iSam" is quiet and interested only in his studies. He is absolutely "girlfproof". MARGARET MAZURIE-"Marg" Glee Club 121, 131, 141, English Club 121, 131, 141g Latin Club 131, 141g Spanish Club 131, 141g B. B. Squad 121, 131, 141, Science Club 1411 Echo Staff. "She if eafy to remember She if harfler to forget." Good looking, colorful and brimful of vitalif ty-that describes Marg. She is a popular young lady, but seems to prefer college "shieks" to her own high school friends. DELBERT HUFF-"Deb" Footfball Squad 111, 1213 Varsity 131, Capt. 1411 B, B. Squad 121, Varsity 131, 1415 Track 131- 141- . A "fl lifile 11011157116 now and then, If relirhefl hy the hex! Of men." "Deb" is one of our star athletes. He is alf ways ready for a good laugh but when it comes to athletics no one could be more serious. DOROTHY MCCONNELL Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 141g English Club 1315 Spanish Club 131, 141, Science Club 141, Math. Club 'KA maiffezz never hoffi, of Jpiriff xii!! am! ynietf, "Dot" by earnest efforts to acquire knowledge and her readiness to serve has Won the esteem of her classmates and teachers. 20 if 5 my 1. V 51, lf N I . U ru"llf . 1 fc sg HELEN MCDEVITT Glee Club 111, 121g English Club 131g Spanish Club 131, 141: Science Club 141g Orchestra 141: Math Club 131. "I have no other hut a fzmnnzfu reafon I thinh hiln so heeanfe I thinh him JU." But there is probably 'another reason, and we are quite sure it is quite satisfactory. Heldn's willingness in school activities has won her many friends. LeROY HUNT English Club "Of .f7lL00fh and Jteaflfart ntinfl, Gentle th0't: and calm rleJi1'e." LeRoy "hails" from Leesville. Altho he has been in U. H. S. only this last year it did not take us long to realize his artistic ability. MARGARET MILLER uI,77ZL'0ll.f6l074J ar the .funfhine Simply Jaceet and generous." Margaret has been so quiet during these four years and as yet we have not been able to draw her out. Still, she is a good pal, and with her cheery smile will make life worth while for some one. DAVID NELSON-"Dave" Math Club 131g Latin Club "If qnietner: infliwtefl rvirzlonz, He cvoulfl he tz lihraryf, "Dave" is one of our best students. He seems to have been endowed with that umathcf matical brain" as his teacher will tell you. LUCILLE MILONE-l'Sis" English Club 121, 131g Spanish Club 131, 141: Math Club 131. I "I zmrherl with patiemfe which if dlnmft pozcerf' "Sis" is one of those who perseveres and Zucceeds. But to miss a hearty laugh she never ares. HALDEAN LINDSAY Orchestra 111, 121, 131, 1415 English Club 121, 141. "I'Vh0 floer hi: hest, fireumitaneer allow, floer ant nohly. Angelf r0ztlzl,rl0,nr2 more." Haldean has done more than his share in makf ing the High School orchestra a success, He has proved the theory that a quiet boy some times can make a noise. Z 21 it N 1 c ll llr PAUL WILLIAMS-"Dogfmeat" Orchestra 111, 121, 131, 1415 Glee Club 121, 1415 Footfball Varsity 121, 131, 141. "There irmusie in the man." Paul will be remembered for his "wonderful" assistance to the orchestra and the touchdowns he brought U. H. S. HELEN PACKER "Life if fhort and Jo am I." Helen is small but full of activity and sociabif lity. She is interested in "boys" athletics for more than one reason. ROBERT MAURER-"Bob" Footfball Squad 111, 121, 131, Varsity 1419 B. B. Varsity 141g Track 131, 141. "Always jolly, reafly for fun, hi: admirer: are eafily won." "Bob" has the "stuff" all right. He dis' tinguished himself as a quarterfbackg many times he displayed the ability to think in a crisis. We're proud of him. THELMA PACKER Spanish Club 13, 1415 Math. Club 131, E Club 1315 English Club "A contented .vpirit of exirteneefl Thelma is another one of our E students. Her beautiful hair and her cheery smile adds sweetness to the class of '28. WILLIAM MILLER-"Bill" Science Club 131. "To he efficient in a quiet -way, That is my aim thru each day." Bill is an energetic class worker and a good student. He has been of great assistance in our class activities. RUTH PARRY Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 1415 English Club 121, 131. 1415 Spanish Club 131, 141g Class Sec.fTreas. 121g Math. Club 131g Echo Staff. "Never put off until tomorrow Ufhat you nan do today." Ruth certainly carries this out to perfection in both her studies and class activities. Always ready to do her share, she has been invaluable to the class of '28. 22 1 -1 N :ll Y Y up gilt- 1 , lllll? ly li V ei MARJORIE ROBINSON-"Marge" B. B. Squad 121, 131,'141g Varsity 121, 1313 Glee Club 111, 121, English Club 131, Spanish 1315 Math. Club 1315 Echo Staff. "Tomorrow do thy wont, For I have lived today." "Marge" is always full of fun and enjoys her nickname. Her kindliness to every one has won her an enviable place in Uhrichsville High, EDWIN MOCDY-"Ep" Footfball Squad 111, Varsity 121, 131, 141g Athletic Pres. 131, 141g Echo Staff. "Accident: will oeeur in the heft of regu- lated familiar." "Ep" ranks high both as to quality and quantif ty. Footfball is "Ep's" second name as his record has proven. Everyone knows "Ep". His popularity is deserved. NELLIE ROTH Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 141g Spanish Club 131, 141g English Club 131, 141, Science Club "F rom her eye: sparkle a menage of youth and jollityf' Nellie is of a retiring nature, but she is trust' worthy and always smiling. HERMAN MEYER Glee Club 131, 141g Track 131. "Care if an enemy to lifef' We are sure this is Herman's belief, but his art seems to make up for this. He's talented and altogether jolly. HELEN SIMPSON English Club 121, 131, 141g Glee Club 111, 131, 141g Math. Club 131, Spanish Club 131, 141g Latin Club 131, 141g Science Club 141, Echo Staff: E Association 121, 131, "Between laughing and talking her day if full." Here is our diminutive E student. She stands high on the books. A topfnotcher scholastically but far from a grind. Ability is the explanation. HOMER REED Glee Club 1413 English Club 121, Spanish Club 141g Science Club 131g Echo Staff. "The drug elerh :lands behind the. counter, Young dapper and dehonairf' Homer, altho working in a drug store always seems to have the time for class activities. His assistance has been priceless to the class of '28. Z nr Y Y, 23 gi cy l Ml' 40'1L l C' 5: 7' Twig ' ' NYEEFN Al:-' 1.1 fi 4-V . ' wifi? 1 P iir s JAMES RONALD-"Jimmy" Footfball Squad 1115 Varsity 121, 131. 1419 B. B. Squad 111g Varsity 121, 131g Capt. 141g Track 131. 141, "VVba1 55011111 ':c'e my: Hi: deed: exeel all u'01'd.f." ' Actions speak louder than words, We need say nothing. for we all know the asset 'LJim" has been to all our athletics. JENNY SKELLY English Club 121, 131. 141. "W"ixe fciffzouf lftlfiliflg, fair am! good." Jennie and books are the best of companions. To read is her chief delight. She has added much to the attractiveness of the Senior Class. CHARLES ROTH-"Chuck" ulizziff file fl 7llU5Qllif0, feng mm' fbinf, "Chuck" is one of the merryfmakers of our class. His motto is "a laugh is worth a hundred groans in any market". "Chuck" has many friends to wish him success. ALTA SPIES Glee Club 111, 1411 Latin 131, 141g Math. Club 131g English Club 141. "l7'a,r ever iz .fflllllff by fzaffg Sn pfefzfiug 115 11 .ffh001 girl: 1tlllgb?U If you hear a giggle and a great deal of talking it is Alta. She has time for many friend' ships, yet she never neglects her lessons. ELLIS SHAFFER "Speak if .fifwer buf .vifenre is g01r16?l.,, Ellis is another one of our quiet and studious classmates. . CHARLOTTE STILGENBAUER Glee Club 111, 121. 131. 1413, Music App. 111g Spanish Club 131, 1411 Math. Club 131g Latin Club 131, 1411 English Club 121, 131: Echo Staff. "She if Me H1111 of gif! you like to fee, pretty, gI'rlt'Bfll1, happy 111111 free." Charlotte is an all round girl with many interests. At present her major study is L'Bob" As an Echo saleslady she is unexcelled. 24 'L lb' Q2 EE cal I ll IW 5 OLIVE WELSH "Ge11l!e fmrfif 'where web were feec, Softening Name 'where blame am true, Pmixizzg 'zcfzere mmf! pfeife :car fizief, WILLIAM STOUTT-'LBill" Treasurer of Echo Staff: Science Club Q3lg Spanish Club "I am for peafe and Quiet, I am." This exactly describes "Bill". His friends say he is not so quiet out of school, but we can hardly believe this for he never makes any noise in school. VIRGINIA WILLIAMS Spanish Club' rn, 443. "To be effieiezif in zz yuief fzqay, Tfzfzt if my aim ff17'0Ilfh0I4f eaefi day." Virginia is one of the Quiet kind, meetinq all her tasks with a resolution and cheerfulness which we all admire. JOSEPH TIPTON-"Joe" Glee Club 141: Track CZJ, "He JUFI fc'lmtez'e1' be eau To prove he if tl fomiiig mari." Without Ioe's helo as a stafve mana-sfer mauv our our plays would not have been successful. Good luck. Joe. RoBERTA WILSON-L-Bob" cies Club 415, my HI am .fmbbenf with lauglzleff' When "Bob" once starts to talk, it is all we can do to keen up with her. Bob likes many thinvs especially dancing and laughing. could never have done without her in School. We High TAYLoR vANvLEcK Glee Club m. "VV!'zy 'rex aim' muff with 6!l1'5?,, Taylor enjoys a good laugh. He is a good student and a jolly classmate. 25.,. My 1 , ., , flllll' ' ll iiir QL. fm' il 1 lv E HARTMAN WEST-"Snakes" Varsity Footfball 131, 141. "Every man liar Iii: deoilisli momentxf' Care sits lightly on "Snakes" shoulders. He is happy-goflucky and friend to all his class' mates. ' MARTHA WRIGHT "Keen .veme and eommon tense, A nd .rome room for nonxenxef' "Seen but not heard" applies to this young lady. She has been a worthy and reliable student. SIDNEY WOOD-"Sid" "And when lie danced-Oli Boyfn "Sid's" motto is "on with the dance". His delight is to tread the fantastic maze on a waxed floor. f MILDRED ZIMMERMAN-"Tillie" Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 141g English 121. "Let': be gay while we may." "Tillie" talks on and on and never seems to pause even for breath. But we don't mind be' cause she's fun and we like her. HARRY E. WORKMAN-"Bud" Varsity Footfball 141g B. B, Squad 1415 Track 141- "Of friends he liar many Of foe: lza: lze any? "Bud" came to us just this year, but his per' sonality and athletic ability have proved his worth. D !! Q EDNA KEFFER "Courage to endure and obey." Edna came from Cleveland to join us for the last semester. We're mighty glad she's one of the class of '28. She excels in Biology, and we predict a brilliant future for her. 26 ,T i I I il Y 1 :X fl' ilk-, Y V E AWE 5 Y-17 af Oi . Tl, fl i ,f . . ll it V , oi- ' llif' ll ll J T Senior Class History Good-bye U. H. S! Uutward bound the class of '28 pauses to bid farewell to Alma Mater. VVe are leaving behind four years of intense activity, four energetic and adventurous and happy years, years which have proved the strength of our aims and established our heroes. The chaos of our Freshman year soon passed. The Seniors gave us a Valentine Party and the school accepted us. VVe had become a part of the group, our members took up their duties in all phases of school life. Heretofore mysteries became commonplace. The second year our class organized with Scott Harrisoii as Presi- dent. A party was held in the Gym. The stars of Edwin Moody, Jim Ronald, Paul Williams, Paul jones, Deb Huff, Bob Maurer, and Bill I-Iaverfield began to rise on the athletic horizon. As Juniors, our destiny had begun to work out itself. It was a dramatic colorful year. Jimmy Ronalds was chosen foot-ball captain. Scott Harrison was again elected president. The holidays brought us a joyous Christmas Party in the Gym. The Junior-Senior Banquet Was the climax to a series of brilliant memories. The marked success of the class duirng the past year has been largely due to the efforts of the President, William Haverfield. Ruth Fowler, Vice-President and Martha VVright, Secretary-Treasurer have been able assistants. We entertained the Freshmen at a Hallowe'en Party. Our class parties over, we are awaiting the last entertainments of our High School Life. First in school spirit though not in numbers the seventy-two have been leaders and loyal backers of the Black and Gold for four busy years. VVhatever fate holds for us, we will always remember the pleasant days at U. H. S. Edith H emlzorne. i 2 7 oo Qi UMM' mlm Lg J gg I3 To llzs memory of Dr. J. E. G1'oi'e:, echo forty year: ago Lemme ' zz member of Ike Boarfl of Education, who .feiwverl many termf df Prefi- ziezzt of fha! body, am! fzvlzofe loyfzffy to lke Ulzriclzszfille Sflzoolf if a fomfaizl ifzxpinztiofz. 28 A xxfw f 1 Jlfllilffh X SBK Q X 2 Xk 1 92 Q g J? X fi f X lf ZX YOUTH AND Some BEAUTY AND 6LADHE:S-S AND THE SHEEP Jov OE BOLJNDIHEJ L.mEE I 4 ffl ' f ' 4' E Q V N- Y- T ' A -- T l f' 1 fn , KN , fn' E ' WX. X2 2 ab d fif 11:71-if ff ,ADP f I A f 5 fl 4f,,,,,' ff ff' f y 'go flmmffl, '-J ,Dw E V 1 QB? wi IQ" , X E E - E M XX! W - . ' J X XE L , ,.x- X 1 .h Z I LE f EX f f- X Q: E K X4 . I 5 S ',:: rv! 5x fx X 1 1- 5, gf? kde gi f? fe 1-E --X '- :Q E f E E f - E ,ff KSWG 54' 7 ' 4 ' "4 , . J gl 6 IJ, - 3 ' W xl rg Y :fix - Q, XSQX' " X15 , E -, E -2 V Y 5 , ,a 'R I : I I X E ' li in' ill Q0 tt l ll 'S QE unior Class Officers PI'CSid6I1t ..sss.. .,ss. R obert Lukens Vice-President ..sss,.s. ,,ssss C lara Davis Secretary-Treasurer A,.... -,,,- D orothy Creel HiSt0ria11 ............s s,...-n.,,..,,, H, LL, Ralph Kinsey Sponsors-Miss McCann, Mr. McAllister,iMiss Weist, Miss Carson. ' JUNIOR CLASS ROLL Corabelle Carnes Mary E. Condon Mary Cooper Dorothy Creel Clara Davis Mary Dooling Gertrude Dunn Mary K. Goodyear Josephine Haskins Harriet Hiskey VViln1a Hommon Helen Hutchins Frances Jones Rosa Kowars June Lehew lfvelyn Lytle Margaret McCullough liva May Morgan Margaret Morrow Margaret Oliver Lucile Parry Evelyn Patterson Nellie Patterson Ruth Worstell Cora Ramage Margaret Romig Fstella Roth Lillian Russell Lois Schoch Velma Schwab Grace Simon Bertha Soules Dorothy Thrall Edna West Lucinda West Jane L. Williams Gertrude Williams Sara Wilson Valma Vincent Roy F. Barr Fred Barr Kenneth Bean Gideon Benson Robert Derry Raymond Dickinson Martin Dumbauld Delbert Dunkle Arthur Ferrell Edgar Garl Allen Gossett Walter Hartman ' William Hildebrand Dean Hooker YfValter James Glen Jones 30 Paul R. Jones Ralph Kinsey Richard Lehew David Long Robert Lukens Dario Manini Donald Maurer George McGuire William Meanor Walter Melville Fwart Miller Louis Moon Louis Ong Raymond Patterson Craig Price Robert Rankin Paul Ronald Charles Shambra Byron Scott Chester Shamel Ralph Smith Charles Snedeker Martin Spring Alfred Tipton Max Tipton Robert Trogler Charles Wires William Woods ,Q V, L, I I Y X 'lk K 1 y ,ow Xfw X ' A" 'N U "i 6 M J M We ,.,,., ..,,. Q , , K, Q , H QQ 'FS 5 X 5 4 f 'U A , ag. -f l t in ' - 5-9 rf, A V ' J, A A- 1 r " ",: b ' a ik' f ,f 3 . if f' 1 , X ' 1 .. ' f . f ' "fin g P " 4 S 52 m'h' 'JL' f f L Qlw h A r 1 ii! E .R m ug' A E A f.. . 3- , 5, W' f , J Y 6 S M ' . A W X 1 N . - -1 L -I U f 4 y A 'A if . i' i' -:Ying 1 - , ' - K " ' A 4' 1 'af i . Wf ' 1 J A . , 2 I A X 2 fb 5. 1 V 'E H ' 'T 1? ' A awk S, fu. , at 'P Q q Y '--f . ' 1 lr . E , T H N my IL I .LT-, 'I 2 if gy YN 5' .J "5 '.:1 9 if f f ., . , .ta , ' 'fi X my ,... h V Q 31 fn .f A all il li? . ll g g unior Class History There is, I am sure some traditional device of rhetoric for begin- ning a class history-something about "entering the portals of learning", and being a well-trained Uhrichsvilleite. I would not willingly deport from tradition. But, though I have searched through the library's supply of Echoes from the newest to the musty, all have failed miserably to yield an opening lofty enough to fit our noble class. We came to the U. H. S. in September 1924, having passed our light years in the grades, in a very hectic manner. VVe took our places with the upper classmen Clwhich mistake was corrected in due timej. The Seniors showed their appreciation of us by giving a party in our honor. We deigned to go and a thrilling time was enjoyed. Our Sophomore year came and, as we had established ourselves in the eyes of the school, we took up with heroic spirit the arduous tasks that lay before us. Scarcely an organization of the school but had felt the influence of our Sophomore members. The athletes of the class were represented on every team. The Junior year has been a busy one naturally with so many things to be done academically as well as socially and the upper classmen to be held in check. Modesty prevents my dwelling any longer on the noble achieve- ments of the present Junior Class. Forgetful of personal glory or gain we have given our all to the school and have left an indelible print upon the records of this institution. I have tried to show what our class is capa- ble of and there is no doubt in our minds that in the remaining year we shall carry the standards of U. I-I. S. to an even higher pinnacle. Most humbly, Ralph L. Kinsey. 32 l W .af J J' c-Nr:-J fm ' 2 ?w K4 go Q amd ff ,, Al all QU Q ws OFTEN tv-4 YOUTH Dao IFQEQUENT MASTER AND SAINT AND HEAQD 6I2EAT AYGUMENT V I .-1 ,A f U J . :J .. L I -r 4'1" I . 4. 1-1,139 ! X , Q ,?,,..,4 J, 7 w VV' gig E X! ' f A . HHH' , f 7, gig- .A ,J QW- , f 7 ' ,sr ,ga J j 4 ' 4 f f A F ' 1 i1EE5t4iL?fifliziE1 1 QgiiaiQQ-LifL11e',.iffg'fi f if 'ilififfff',fffflf' G - 53 F-L,M3,5,1, - ii I 2 - ' X G N X f Q .. - 4 SX K. 'SN Y. L 'Fivrffgv:nfl-Q21:.'!?1Lg,e-.fg:' - :Dpi-,2'f 11' 1 14 I ' 1551 p ' -541 122. ,, -'--125. jg .151 '+ -, Y.- fiif - K 4'1.3iQ2 ff Afxzgzf- X. r V ii-23' EW W ' " PM NL Wil' ' - , J 'N " '- Tug , l zi 7':fuffQ2 ' :A if 2-4 f.- .. .-if .- M 1?i:ff,QQ Wil-. , , JQQEQQQ5 vi V '55e'- 1,- NA Q 4 X f X 4 Q A X QE Q ,. . f 5 -Eli ll rl' ll' N all ll Q' E Sophomore Class Officers President ,i sssss,s L Vice-President Secretary ,o..H., Historian ....... Sponsor-Mr. Kummer, Miss Morgan, Mr. Lamme, Miss Waters. SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL Alexander Odean Clara Bacca Maxine Bartlett Elizabeth Besozzi Helen Branch Lela Covert Isabel Cross Nedra Davidson Frances Daugherty Fnid Dunlap Helen Fannon Hazel Fowler Grace Furbay Margaret Gay Ina Mae Green Ruth Hammond Edith Heck Georgia Horniek Sylvia lelacqua Mary Kauffman Ferne Kettering Frieda Kloth lda Mae Long Jennie Lahm Nelda 'Langdon Alice Latto Anna Mahaffey Beatrice Medley Mary Morris Leah Myer Ruth Otto Ida Jane Page Helen Pearch Wilma Quimby Mildred Reichman Betty Robinson Florence Romig Helen Ronald Mary Ronald Helen Russell Ethel Scott Eva Stella Severn Beatrice Smith Beulah Smith Wilma Snyder Betty Stoutt Hazel Thompson Helen Treadway Evelyn Van Pelt Leota Voshall Virginia Watkins Dorothy Hire Martha Jane Scott Phyllis King Floyd Andreatta Donald Armstrong George Bender Harold Bobzien Walter Brakebill James Cecil William Clark jeff Creager Lyman Davis George Duinbauld Paul Freeburn Glen Furbay 34 Glen Gibbons Don Dale Harris Daniel Hartman Fdwin Herron Lewis Hiller Herman Hines Arthur Huebner Herman Huebner Paul Hughes Leonard Jackson Herman Klar Arthur Lindsey Clyde Malterer John Matson Ben McCollam Floyd McPeek Samuel Mears Howard Morgan James Page Lowell Patterson Ronald Pearch Paul Reed Philip Romig Maynard Rowley Paul Russell Jasper Simpson Howard Spies Robert Stevenson Rudolph Visintainer William Walker Charles Wallace Paul West Roger Duggan J4 ' + W 4 fl wwf , Y 3 2 ? ,,.., ,, f----Q . QAQAQ 343 Agia n 5'-J WT-f ,fl it , W ' ii ll lf M' Q' ll l 'G' To The Sophomores 'W e Sophomores have a dreadful time, It really can't be told in rhyme- The Freshies say "They think they're smart," The juniors simply have no heart. They hang around the corridors, They loaf on first and second floors And even after school is out You'll see them hanging round about, They try to make us feel so small As if we didn't count at all . The Seniors, only, are our friends, And for the others make amends. VVe hate to think they'll soon be leaving, And that of course is why we're grieving. A course of studies we will give, It shows how hard we work to live. First comes Ancient History, Tells how other people lived, fought and dressed, We know about ourselves, VVhat do we care about the rest! The Geometry theorems confuse your brain- The teachers explain and explain and explain And we know nothing more than when we began, It's really a wonder we're not insane. The Latin translations take the cake VVe scribble them off at lightning rate Or else for class we'll be too late. P But we'll be Juniors next year, then They'll have to pay attention, when 'We strut around and do our "stuff" And show them how we called their "bluff," And when weire Seniors you will see S How very nice VVE'RE going to be To Freshies, Sophs, and Juniors, too- They'll all be sorry when we're through. Dedicated to XVilma Snyder, '30 . By, Her Aunt, Mrs. Steen. 36 f ffl X 1? Xxx ,HA E7 MM 'Tr-aus Ebaenms -E-'1E LABOL2 TUQNED To Enooo Ac,c.ouNT FOI? MAN N? ll l fl ,Hue w- -Sv ' R 'NA fl' lib Q I , I . ,, M.- 1 , ,Z s at 0 'r A' , , if J J . r is 1:54 .72 's J K fg ll ll g J .fx Y-L ll E U . Ag ' K alll' M' ll lv i Freshman Class Roll Historian C V . Robert Milone Eleanor Adams Edith Poland Lester Huffman Helen Armstrong Ruth Ashleman Juanita Barnes Bertha Boals Nora Dale Brown Bernice Burdette Mary Buxton Ruth Conway Ethel May Dallas Myra Davis Pauline Dooley Margaret Dunn Dorothy Ervin Alice Ferrell Dale Freeman Mildred Granville Ila Greer Elizabeth Hutson Opal Johnson Violet Johnson Agnes Kauffman Amy Knowles Elizabeth Kummer Dorothy LaTourrette Kathryn Law Mildred Lee Loretta McDermitt Mary Jo Mears Elizabeth Miller Emily Miller Helen Mitchell Jean Mohn Myrtle Moore Ada Morgan Lessie Nester Mary Otto Ardath Patterson Helen Pittis Ella Pyle Geraldine Quimby Ruth Reese Marjory Rhoacls Helen Roby Delite Ramoser Wilma Rosel Dorothy Russell llflary Saunders Margaret Scott Genevieve Servison Marie Stahl Agnes Stevenson Jewell Treacle Mary Trepin Alice Uhrich Margaret Vincent Margaret Welch Wilma Wilcoxan Alice Wilson Eva Wood Alden Allensworth Floyd Arbogast John Breeding Gerald Butler Theodore Carpentc Charles Cox Felix Dalcoma Russel Edwards LeRoy Furbay Samuel Garber John Gooding James Green James Greenlee Carl Grose Willis Harmon Robert Haverfield Robert Hines I' Glenn Hughes Rollin Hutson William Hutson Earl Johnson Harold Johnson Thomas Johnson Paul Kail Brice Kelly James Lauver Harry Lint Ralph Mahaffey Theron McConnell Carl McGrew Robert McQuaid Paul Miller Robert Milone Forrest Morton Allen Myer Robert Pearch Carl Peoples George Peterson Robert Porterfield Robert Reed Richard Reiser Herman Ripley Walter Ross Raymond Schaeffer Jack Shaw Earl Sippel Wayne Soules Harold Van Lehn neno Varally Kenneth Watson Ronald Watson Lawrence West Robert Wollbold DeVVitt Wright Carl Roden Sponsers--Mr. Creager, Mi'. Covert, lVliss VVatters, Mr. Kummer 38 , : -'r S XX tl ,I JI .Q- , X" ,f X 4? My f f lf f "' 4 fn x R 3 3' f 3' Q .A ,gi it V , . I ,K M W i w , v v mr. V . V -.,- K S I , i ii W K . 5 . . . Eff? , N, ' , .- ,.,1. Y Q 9 1 ,w lf lk, ,M a V 'Y 5 g rl 1 1, fi 'R we f Yi 4 if f ,X , A 'K K Q . F' ,K l , . f . if 5 q - f A . ,. i,,. f 4,4 K I V In Q' V K . - This Q 4 QF f- 53? .7 F ' A N I, qi? 3 b K , Y h 'ii 1 5 ' ff' 'gi' i f , 3 , . 'Q H ' il? -A f J L Wlrulull Quit lf Q. E Freshman Class History Having gone through eight rather strenuous periods of training, we were declared ready and fit to start on our four year conquest to con- quer the demons who roam around the wild regions known as High School under the titles Latin, Algebra, Science, etc. A few, fearing the conse- quences of this battle, quit our ranks and were left behind, but as a whole our company was very eager to get into the fight. Nlighty, although yet in our infancy, we started out trailing clouds of glory. In the fall of nineteen hundred and twenty-seven, with hearts beat- ing high, one hundred and twenty-three of us started our crusade. VVC became known as Freshmen for no better reason than because it is the custom. VVe were found to be very uneducated in the ways we were ex- pected to conduct ourselves as Freshmen and you may be sure that our more experienced upper classmen lost no opportunities to remind us of this greenness. On Hallowe'en, the Seniors entertained the Freshmen with a Mas- querade Party that served to break the ice between the two classes. This party was greatly enjoyed anad appreciated by the Freshman C lass. The majority of our company have overcome all the tests and trials of freshman and are looking forward eagerly to the second period of our campaign when our opposition will contain new and larger foes. VVith promising athletes and students we are assured of a brilliant future for the class of '31. Robert Mfilone. 40 HBH NTSC THLE TICS Music Foc2Tr-15 SOUL' 6vMmA5Tzc FOQTHE EBODYL 'f wllhfc it 5 'll lr c ll lf gl ' Track 1927 . The results obtained by the 1927 Track Team were best ever achieved by a U. H. S. Track Team. The final standing in the Eastern Ohio District meet was as follows: Zanesville lllll , ll.,. 74 f i Uhrichsville ,l,,l lllll, 4 9 y V T . New Philadelphia lllll. olll, - 28 Coshocton ,llll 26 Steubenville ll,. , T 17 T , Cambridge ll..l,, l.lo,, 1 6 1 J. RONALD R. MAURER Uhrichsville's high point men Were: P. Jones-second in 100 yd. dash5 second in the broad jump5 second in the 220 yd. dash5 total 12 points. Q Fauver-first in the 44-0 yd. dashi fourth in the Javalin5 total 7 points. Robert Nlaurer-second in the Pole Vault5 total 4 points. Donald lvlaurer-fifth in high jumpg total 1 point. Zobel-third in the High Hurdles5 total 3 points. Cummings-second in the Discus5 third in the Shot Put5 total 8 points. Bromwich-fourth in the Discus5 total 2 points. "Deb" Huff- fourth in Pole Vault5 total 2 points. Gerald Deiser-first in lVlile5 fifth in Half-mileg total '6 points. Jim Ronald-fifth in lVlile and Relay team5 IM points. 42 gg Ofllw if V 21. PJ' -IONFS There are athletes and athletes, but there's only one P. Jones. In track and field it is no uncommon thing for a fellow to excel in one or two events, but P. is brother Versatility himself. High point man at New Concord, he holds the O. H. S. A. A. gold medal for Eastern Ohio. And it does not in the least detract from his success to know that hard work, strict training, and self denial form the foundation for his skill. The Black and Gold is justly proud of him. 43 e ' A i me f r fll'M U The Track Squad A brief record of the Class Meet may be summarized thus: Juniors - .,e, s eee,e ee.. ,s s 58 Points Seniors .,.sss...,,s is ,ss, SOM Points Sophomores ,.,s so s. s,ss 36M Points Freshmen W s,s, ,s .s,,ss .s ,.sss ,s ,A s.s,s,.,,s,, 0 Points High point Winners: P. Jones, Junior-18 Points5 F21L1VC1', Senior 16 Points5 Cummings, Senior-I2 Points5 Huff, Junior-11 Pointsi Deeser, Sophomore-11 Points5 Donald Nlaurer, Sophomore-9 Points5 Robert lVlaurer, Junior-9 Points5 Bruce Ronald, Senior-7 Points. 44 l H549 ,! , ,, ,, 1 W 'L WMM W Yun Q Fixx YM my W MMI If UAD THE FOOTBALL SQ 45 QNNX q"' X 5' Q-, .7 11,71 Qwifrwp ry' Qi, g' X V3 I, Q1 gui cy 1 W' Q'Kx Qu 'QQ' 46 THE VARSITY gel O if lllkf Q'K I' LL E i Football U. H. S. opened the season with Flushing here. U. H. S. won 7-0. Jim Ronald scored the only touchdown. y On Oct. 8 U. H. S. was handed a 6-0 defeat by Minerva. The next week U. H. S. went to Alliance where they were defeated by a score' of 28-0. VVith one victory and two defeats U. H. S. evened things up a little by defeating Millersburg by a score of 43-0. The following week an interesting game was staged between U. H. S. and Dover, the score being 0-0. Urichsville's next victory was over Newcomerstown on Nov. 5. The outstanding features of the game were two touchdowns by Chick Maurer and a 50 yard run for a touchdown by jim Ronald. On Nov. 12 U. H. S. was defeated by New Philadelphia by a score of 19-6. "Jimmie" scored our only touchdown. New Phila's touch- downs were scored on passes. The next week U. H. S. played Loudinville and defeated them 38-0. On Thanksgiving U. H. S. ended the season by defeating Dennison by a score of 32-0. From the kick-off till the final whistle, U. H. S. played real foot-ball. This was the last High School game for Ronald, Moody, Haverfield, P. jones, Hand, VVilliams, R. Maurer, VVest and Huff. SEASONS RECORD Sept Uhrichsville 7 Flushing Oct. Uhrichsville 0 Minerva 6 Oct. Uhrichsville 0 Alliance 2 8 Oct. Uhrichsville 43 Millersburg 0 Oct. Uhrichsville 0 Dover 0 Nov Uhrichsville 1 8 NewComerstown 7 Nov U hrichsville 6 New Phila 19 Nov. Uhrichsville 3 8 Loudinville 0 Nov Uhrichsville 32 Dennison 0 Total Points 144 60 47 X i is--' pi My X T on U u f gli I Wll l ll' 'tl"l U -IAM ES RONALD-Half-Back 'fliininiel' has played three years on the Varsity and has proved himself to be of much aid to his team. Jimmie was in every quarter this year and scored 44 of his tea1n's 144 points. He was always there and fighting. F DVVI N M OODY- Tfzrkfe This year the team will lose a valuable three letter man-namely "Ep". Those who saw the Millersburg game will heartily agree. PAUL XVILLI.-XMS-Huff-Bank HlJOg111l31lfU played well in every game and when a gain was needed he seldom failed. He has played his last game for U. H. S. HARTMAN WTIST--Center "Snakes" has saved the team in many in stances with the aid of his accurate passes. Snakes leaves this year, having played two years on the Varsity. J. P. JONES-Em! VVhen HJ. P.', gets the ball he dashes right to the goal-his lengthy runs have been most helpful to U. H. S. Especially was he a valuable player in the New Phila game. 'KCHICKH MAURHR-Half-Earl: "The dashing, daring Halfbackf, Chick was the irresistable force of the back- field, and the most consistent ground gainer on the team. He scored S4 of his team's 144 points. He returns next year. 48' . gr: - 51 7 F ip A ,,y, f Olllifwktr 55 Dl'lI,BFR'I' IIL'I'F-Cefffrr "Deli, has played his last game of Varsity Foot-ball under the Black and Gold. Deb was one of the lwest Centers that L'hriehsville ever had. WILLIAM HAVERFIFLD-Gzzfzrd c'Bi11" was a dependable worker on this years team. A Senior, he has played his last game for U. H. S., he will he badly missed next SCRS011. LOUIS MOON-Fu!!-Bfzfl Louie's playing showed that size docs not have so much to dot with playing foot-ball. This is his first year on the varsity and we expect great things 'of him next year. GLENN FURBAY-Em! "Dutch" has fought for the Black and Gold for two years and has proven that he will make a strong player in the next two years. Ac- curate passing won "Dutch' much fame. ROBERT STICVFN SON-Umm! "Bulldog, has two more years in which to fight for U. H. S. He made the Varsity when only a Freshman, and has showed that he has not lween playing two years for nothing. DAVID LON G+lf11zX "Dawn comes from great foot-ball stock and possesses much of brother Chefs gridiron ability. Dave has one more year to enlarge his reputation as an athlete. ARTHUR FIiRRIfiLL+Gmzr1Z "Art,' more than made good in his first year of foot-ball. Great things are expected of him in his next and last year. , 40 - 0 ill' lla-'lc I Q f E COACH LAMM PI "Buck', came to us with a reputation of a star athlete of Ohio Wesleyan, much was ex- pected of him. He has fulfilled these ex- pectations well. Taking an unexperieneed bunch of players he molded Winning team. MARTIN SPRING!-Tafkfe "lVlonk's" ability as a tackle was a valuable asset to the U. H. S. He returns next year. JACK HAND-Guard Jack came to us from Port VVashington, and although it was his first year he showed won- derful ability as a foot-ball player. P. R. jonizswmuf This was Paul's first year as a varsity'mem- ber. The experience he gained this year should be of great aid next year. RO B li RT lNIA URER-AQzmrte1'-Back This was Bob's first year as a varsity mem- ber and he was certainly always there with vim and pep. Bob's ability at receiving the kick-off will long be remembered as he never made a fumble through out the season. HARRY WORKMAN--Ttzrkfe "Bud,' is another newcomer to our team, but he played a good steady game at all times. 3 VVILLIAM WvcjODSTTcIfk!E l "Skinny" has made a name for himself in his first year as a Varsity Player. He'll be a good man to have around next season. 70 5, Y W dj S EX lf, ' ' f, A i 1 T ' j 3 - ' , 1 . N 7 Yr X K X , - -4 -:gil , , ,ij 'I Y , ' , ' , S 'A' 1 QQ ,ii x Ml' Q' Ky fb' U ' RESERVES A ' FRFSHMFN 71 N il I ili' lit llgse f ' x, lzxy fl K alll lllllf' Q X -ff ll C U AE O fkf'lk l V Boy's Basketball This basket-ball season has indeed been a success, due to the untiring efforts of our new Coach, "Buck" Lamme and the commendable work of the team. The opening game was easily won from VVest Lafayette, but was followed by a defeat at Massilloii, the score being 37-20. Jimmie Ronald, our Captain, led in scoring with 13 points. Probably one of the most exciting contests was the game with Columbus East High. Things looked favorable for Uhrichsville up until the second half when Columbus came from behind to win 32-22. "Jim" again led the Black and Gold in scoring. Dennison, our old rival was easily defeated and the next game- Dover-which the "fans" had been waiting to see, ended with disappoint- ing results. The next night U. H. S. won from lX-'lillersburg which shows that one defeat doesnlt always lead to another. By far the most exciting and best played game this season was that of New Philadelphia which was waged in our Gym. Our team displayed remarkable ability throughout the entire game. "Dutch" Furbay outshone all in this game with his alertness. lVluch will be expected from him in his next two years of Basket-ball, the hope being that he may prove himself to be a second "Lonnie". Two of our heaviest losses occurred when Dover and New Phila- delphia defeated us two consecutive nightsg after displaying such unusual tactics in the first game with New Phila, our defeat was taken amidst much gloom. The last two games of a memorable season were first a victory staged at Newcomerstown and then a defeat at home against Akron North. 52 it iS Girl's Basketball Due to the fact that Class A Schools are forbidding Girl's ,Basket- ball U. H. S. was next to fall in line. But this has not prohibited our having class teams and in the turna- ment the Seniors were the victors. The scores of the games were as follows: Seniors 15 S SS se,s S S S , Juniors ll Seniors 18 S SS S . Sopliomores 15 Seniors 21 S S S S,SSSS Freshmen IO Captains for the teams were Ardith Patterson, Freshmen, Ida Jane Page, Sophomores, Evelyn Patterson, Juniors, and Edith Henthorne, Seniors. 53 Q me 1 fp ' 54 BOYS BASKETBALL SQUAD V ' , a 4 7 LII: Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville Uhrichsville ll ffl ai l . Season's Record 33 VVest Lafayette 20 Massillon 34 N eWC omerstown 22 Columbus East 48 Dennison 1 1 Dover 27 Millersburg 20 New Philadelphia I 1 Dover I6 New Philadelphia 33 Dennison 37 NewComerstoWn I I Akron North SECOND THAN1 RECORD 17 Massillon 44 Tuscarawas 19 Lehman jr. 16 Moose 15 Dover 13 Moose 19 Dover I 1 Lehman Jr. 55. 11 37 30 32 18 37 23 19 20 26 18 28 3 59 lf 34 10 40 25 3 5 X W -3-XX fl' L Q k V4 N ROBERT lVlAURER-Forttwni Another first year man, who proved himself a Valuable asset to our team. As a senior and splendid player, Bob will be missed. MAYNARD ROVVLI-LY-Fozrwmzl This is aDuke's" first year, but an accomplished one. He played especially Well in the New Philadelphia game here. Duke has another year to score for Uhrichsville. DELBERT HUl"l"QI"01'ica1'zZ The "slickest" player on the team and his cleverness caused his opponents no end of grief. NIARTIN SPRING-Center 'flVlonk", a new Varsity player, but one who has played like a Veteran. He has one more year in which to excel. 56 V - ---"' I l' . 'X x' ' xv- ' ' V Q27 N F 7 , ' l lllll' m'lks ll G' DAVE LONG-Fortmnl Another Junior "Flash" who was seldom' out played. KJllV1lVlIED RONALD-Captain and Forwmfcl "-Iimmien, the dependable, is always reliable and has led our team in scoring this year. He will not be easily forgotten among the athletic heroes of U. H. S. , A "CHICK" lVlAURER-Cenlcr ami Gumci As in foot-ball "Chick" played exceedingly Well in all games. GLENN IJURBAY--Gzmnl Playing his first year of Varsity B. B. "Dutch" more than made good. He should make an enviable record for himself in his remaining two years. ' i JOHN I-IAND-G mln! A "jack" came to us this year and by flashes of real ability helped gain many points for U. H. S. 57 lil Omlm K?'Q WWE? '58 AA, MU' W Ls' L, L' W WM ! WL ffm' LV! QQ' Z Q 4 ,F VAfE Mfg 'Q MSN fffp Mi JN H 1 I' ' ' " "LVI5IrrwIf QUAD S BALL GIRLS BASKET f l'4'f0-. ffkf A' fi' M 7 0 J A 'ij x-efikliiix fxj !lA QMMWW' M K f' X f QW F7 X-Q AQ MUS C Music, WHEN SOFT Voices DIE VIBQATES IN T-QE ME-Morzv ' . ' Nile 5 Q Q W 12 -. V1 -- 1 . 1 , 'QU' ' 2- PA5 - z 5 'a f., ' '5-.z!:14vW - , - N E r : X4 f 'f ' . V7":i ,, fr? l ?-1212 X L i- f- ' 'bgrigxifi'-X 'X""g,, i ,fa jx xglhx' P- i sf ,u V f - Y, '-5 0 NSE?-ji Ask f :J Q 4' .-. 'GE -. -. Kid- ,x . 'A A -n h I I q 4. lx 5 "6" x E" WO? -I 7? fi Tx -x f 1f f -Q, -Q S. V Q., X . x Q 1 X ' I 5 f ,E Y- 7 lx,-ggkx. --74 L -J , , :, -LE-- - ..:-IL:-L.-g Q .v H- N :-. -2 -aa , ....-- :. ,:.-3-:-:EE-:.?l..x'QA A X X f .ST 5545i-" L' :1I-ffi'X 5 g XNX N .- . x -1-- .1 24 A- -g'n-- .- , X 4 ., , ii:-" 5- ,.3,j,.n' --- X .- i f . -f f : -'T '-"' :' 1.. a:::-': :-::- :- -- :i 2' f , W i-3 'vp -'T' ,N '.,,p-Ea."-" -f 3- x -:XX , V, -..- 'G .-1,-i?.:"" xq xi? ,. fi wx? ' "' , ,:- , - i , - -Y -- , V ,y, J M W, ' ,sVng i --2 M fi- 'QW all Y' ' x -'Yi . . v 'ff fff'f:v,,, .nv . 1 H - E V1 Aff 'M f N 13 gb I J- f 2? YYY Y-XT N' A i ." ' afgj A, ifx f- - ' ' ,Z ? 5 I 1 7 nv ll M u si C Credit should be given to Miss Funk for her efforts in maintaining the success of music in the Uhrichsville Schools for the past year. The Orchestra The High School Orchestra held the most important place in the music organizations this year. The Orchestra of this year Was much larger than it has been formerly. It afforded music for the many chapel exercises, parties, lecture course numbers, and school entertainments. OFFICERS President L .... L tt...e..ee Haldean Lindsay Sec.-Treas. ,t... Chester Shamel Librarian .t.it .. ..., . Charles VVallace Sergeant-At-Arms . ..i,... ..v. , ..... L Paul' Miller' NIEMBERS: Pianist Dorothy Creel Violins 1-Ialdean Lindsay, Rosa Kowars, Phillip Romig, Ralph Kinsey, Paul Miller, Sylvia Ilacqua, Carl McGreW, Charles YVallace, Chester Shamel, VVilma Quimby, George Bender Cornets Jasper Simpson, Karl Brand Saxophones Helen McDevitt, Isabel Cross, Ina lylae Green, Paul Reed, Alden Allensworth, Bernard Devine Horns Paul Ferrell, Robert Gates Trombones John Nlatson, Herman Hines Bells Elizabeth Brunner, VVilma Rosel Clarinet Paul Hughes Baritone Horn Paul Williams Base Horn Howard Nlorgan Drums Arthur Lindsay The members held their meetings at their homes. Programs and orchestra practice Were en joyed. 60 Yi ' t uf ' 1 f .xx -if 1 ,,- - X, gy gi 2 cv My das E 61 THF ORCHESTRA gl li M0 CM: tk l gl L... Girls Chorus The Girls Chorus is one of the important organizations in the High School. It is composed of two Choruses. Meetings Were held each VVed- nesday and Friday of each Week during the past year. OFFICERS OF FIRST GROUP: President .,,o ,oo, ,S ,,..,,, , S o.,ss Ruth Parry Sec.-Treas. is Dorothy Creel Librarian . Helen Simpson OFFICERS OF SECOND GROUP: President ,oooo , os.. c- c s,oo c oosoo . Martha VVright Sec.-Treas. ,S Mary Goodyear Boys Chorus The Boys Chorus has become Very successful. It has taken an important part in the musical activities of the school in the past year. This is the third year for the Chorus. School Play The Glee Clubs combined with the grades and Physical Education students held an entertainment at the High School Auditorium, March the ninth. The program under the direction of Miss Funk and Miss Aldridge consisted of: Glee Club numbers by the High School choruses, Folk Dances by the grades, a 'cTumbling Act" by the High School girls and finally an operetta "The Pink Parasolv by the grades. 62 U aw f U ? 63 My ,'+, if ? - -1 64 ii gb LSL gmxcm A LSA Us i'E +g ij li llllll' ll all Q Associations ENGLISH CLUB This is the third year for the English Club, but due to its large membership it Was divided into two groups, the Freshmen-Sophomore division and the Junior-Senior division. Qualifications for membership require a grade of "E", Meetiiigs were held each month at the homes of members. Programs consisting of plays, readings, essays on the lives 6f authors, literary contests, etc., were carried out. The purpose of the club is to create a better appreciation of literature and to become more efficient in public activities. These organizations were very successful the past year under the auspices of the instructors, Miss Harper, Miss Carson, Miss VViest and Mr. Kummer. Officers of the Junior-Senior Club President cccccc, . T . . Helen Simpson V. Pres. W - Elizabeth Brunner Secretary c .. Mary Condon Treasurer .... ..., - -. .,.. Martha VVright Program Chairman . Ruth Parry Officers of the Freshmen-Sophomore Club President .c .... Q.,. - John Matson V. Pres. T - .i . . John Gooding Secretary -, George Dumbauld I Treasurer .c..... . Glenn Hughes Assist. Treasurer . John Shaw Press Correspondent ....... Howard Spies 66 .2 C9 H fam Q' Q, 0 M- K 2 E x E :Q. '1 ? 1iW H1 Us Q N Vyjmnn 5..?ll1f ' QU! 'M 5 il X ' . :'HM MPOSITION CLUB CO K 67 X W U 9 WL' Q0 QQ jf Q, gi 68 2 1-J p L- CJ ,- 5 9 F' 'F' C4 L2- L. I H" P-51 fi 61 SJ A L11 'J M" -l :ll J Mathematics Club The Mathematics Club was organized for the first time last year. It consists of hiathematics students who have a grade of MEN. OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER President I . S,,i, ,M .iii . John Matson Secretary . , Corabelle Carnes Treasurer ,sss,. Ben McCollam Press Reporter c. ,,,,s.ss..r...,s Howard Spies OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER President ts,,. .v.,s , s,s, . Robert hiilone V. Pres. ,. . Dan Iiartman Secretary ,s,es ,.s,ss. john Hand Assist. Sec. sest s,t,ss,t , Howard Morgail Treasurer .,..r.. - ,rrr.,rrr,. Paul Russell Press Correspondent ,r,rr T Howard Spies Assist. Correspondent .,r.,... .- r,..... Paul Hughes The aim of this organization is to learn to appreciate the use of Mathematics and to study the lives of those great mathematicians who have accomplished so much in this subject. The teachers of Mathematics who have contributed to the success of this organization are Miss lVIcCann, Mr. McAllister and lVIr. Covert. 69 fl 125 1 gh! ff ' kelryg' N 'I f :vb - 'W " Jw' f ' 1 4 . QV' 1 -C9 -Af 'gy W 3 QWQQQ ak- E 70 H ESP.-XNOL ULO D CIRC IC L . i i 1 "El Circulo De Espanol" Under the auspices of Miss Bargdill, the usual "El Circulo De Espanol", was continued this year. The association has been organized since 1925. Junior and Senior Spanish students who have a grade of "G" or above made up the club. OFFICERS President as .,ss, . ssss,,s s Margaret Mazurie V. Presa sssees s Dorothy Demuth Sec.-Treas. E , ,,s, 7 , , Agnes Granville Program Chairman ss.s e E Ralph Kinsey Meetings were held once every month at the homes of the members. Spanishsongs, stories and games are a few of the numbers that were on the programs. "Societas Romana" Although this was only the second year for this society it has progressed very rapidly. During the first semester all Senior, Junior and Sophomore Latin students Were eligible who had a grade of "G" and the Freshmen under the same qualifications were eligible the second semester. OFIFICIQRS First Consul E so ssss Margaret Mazurie Second Consul so , E- sa,Margaret McCullough Quaestor so s,s, , E ,s,.s ., S ,ssss a ,c,s,., E Ruth Fowler Under the leadership of Miss YViest the club gained much infor- mation concerning Roman customs, literature and art. Programs were carried out in Roman fashion and the officers performed duties similar to those of state officers in the time of Rome. 71 QWM WNW- J 72 H4 wwli ?L fi ' wr IMT 'wwf' ' 11 ,Qffiw LATIN CLUB WC MM' SCIENCE CLUB . 73 VE" Club Qualificatins for the "E" Club require a grade of "E" in all sub- jects throughout the year. The Club this year consists of nine members. I Helen Simpson, the only Senoir member has belonged for three years. The Juniors are Dorothy Creel and Gertrude Dunn, who have been members for three years, VValter Melville who has obtained the required grades for two years and Sara Wilson who is in for the first time. The Sophomore members are Howard Spies, George Dumbauld and john Matson, all of whom joined for the first time this year. The Freshmen class is represented by Robert Milone and John Gooding. Science Club Students of Physics, Chemistry, Biology and General Science, who have obtained 'a grade of "E" every month make up the Science Club. Through the encouragement of the science teachers lylr. Shimp, Mr. Creager and Mr. McAllister the members have shown much interest in this subj ect. Clzemiflry Dorothy Creel Mary Condon Gertrude Dunn Arthur Ferrell Sara Wilson Ruth Worstell Ruth Fowler Agnes Granville Edith Henthorne Margaret Mazurie Dorothy McConnell Helen Thelm Helen LeRoy David McDevitt a Packer Simpson Physio: Hunt Nelson MEMBERS Biology Estelle Roth Lois Schoch Lyman Davis Wm. Haverfield Paul Hughes Walter Hartman Roy Barr Beatrice Medley Rudolph Visintainer , 74 General Sfience Robert Milone Iohn Breeding Robert Hines Paul Miller Forrest Morton Richard Reiser Karl Roden i- f U K' F mm. , , 75 "E" ASSOCIATION ir: 7l I ii 1, lu- "' 4 A , ga p. T . -.tw J cf, A 1. Q Lk call nl ,UI gtg Q, gk Q tk EE Senior-Freshman Party The annual Senior-Freshmen party was held Monday evening, October 31st, The gymnasium Was a profusion of autumn colors and decorations suggested Hallowe'en. The program was conucted by Margaret Mazurie and included a pantomine5 a piano solo by Robert Brown5 the Freshmen Class prophecy by Paul Miller, and a play with a cast of Seniors. Favors Were given to Margaret Mazurie, LeRoy Hunt and Charles Cox. The remainder of the evening was spent in games and dancing to music furnished by the High School Orchestra. Refreshments were served by a committee assisted by the sponsors. unior Party The Juniors held their annual party in the High School Gym February 18th. The theme "A Kid Party" Was Well carried throughout the evening. ' The program consisted of a Welcome eXercise5 a piano duet by Margaret McCollough and Dorothy Creel5 the class prophecy by Dean Hooker5 Solo-"Mary Had A Little Lamb" by Mary Goodyear5 violin solo-Ralph Kinsey 5 and a solo "Among My Souvenirs" by Louis Moon. The remainder of the evening was spent in dancing and playing "KID" games. Senior Party A Washingto11's Birthday Party Was enjoyed by the Seniors, Feb- ruary 22nd. Their last party featured a program suggestive of our patriot's birthday, Which consisted of a duet by Martha Wright and Doro- thy Demuth3 The Life of VVashington by Helen Simpson5 a pantomine was given by several members of the class5 a solo by Scott Harrison and a reading by Agnes Granville. The party retired to the gymnasium Where the remainder of the evening Was spent in dancing and contests. Robert Gates and Marjorie Robinson received favors. Music was furnished by Brown's Orchestra. 76 45 4il'mQA Wg W f fl SEWING ROOM MACHINE ROOM 77 Mi' qi WK U 78 My N 3 K A 1f' m AIANIMUNYI E E ' J i' , ,fl . Q, ' ,kr :Y 5, wgl O ' lllll' KLQQK l 'V E ALUMNI Our yesterdays bring back to us the memories of school days, misn chief, affections, friends and teachers of our happy life there. These are the memories of U. H. S. Rufh Pzzrry. Marriages "To love, Lffze1'i.vh amz! obey." Ruth Oliver '26 to Ralph Humrighouse Helen Carey '27 to Earl Clouse Edna Kelley '27 to Craig Owens Lena VVilliams '27 to Clarence Brown Ronald Siegrist '24 to Kathryn McClurg Mary VVright '25 to Harold Braden Isabelle Stevens '22 to Lee Patin '22 Rudolph Nabor '20 to Nlary johnson Lida Johnson '25 to Forest Nlyers '25 Ruth Rippeth '26 to Harold Fisher Ardath YVhite '22 to Eddie Dostal Dorothy Lehew '23 to Harold VVilliams Frances Stowe '23 to Dr. Robert VVolf Juliette Conwell '24 to Carl Mitchel Births "Gifts of HeafUe11" Mr. and Mrs. Joe Moeller Clflorence Mong, '26j, a daughter, Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Long ti Harold Long, '25j a daughter, Norma Jean. Mr. and gMrs. Raymond VVright fTina Belle Gower, '25H, 21 daughter, Maxine. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McClelland CFrank McClelland '24, Nell Jones '25D, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindsay firfheodora Gutensohn, '24-D, a son. so r "l Y F riff' it . K f I J' gf ' it l . . ks' . il . .eee - if Q' if Wills ll ll 9 Parents There is quite an unusual honor in the fact that .either one or both of the parents of the following members of the High School graduated from U. H. S. Mrs. Lula Creel Dorothy Junior Mr. Edwin Moody '88 Edwin Senior ' Mrs. Alice Parry '84 Ruth Senior Mrs. Nettie Romig '90 Philip Sophomore Mrs. Alverda Rosel '93 Wilma Freshman Mrs H. Stilgenbauer '99 Charlotte Senior Mrs. Mollie Goodyear '99 Mary Katherine Junior Mr. Paul lylazurie '04 Margaret Senior Mrs. Edith Gooding '04 Robert Senior Mrs. Lillian Kinsey '04 Ralph Junior Mrs. Esther Matson '04 John Sophomore Mrs. Olive Lukens '98 Robert Junior Mrs. Bessie Haverfield '03 VVilliam Senior Mr. Tracy I-Ivaerfield '02 Robert Freshman Education 'S-lfifliriou I0 Ima k7Z0'ZL'181ZgE if d1!IZifi07l 10 human powern Richard Scott '23-Bliss Business College Delbert Waud '23-Ohio State University Margaret Ackerman '24-f-Nurses Training Marian Marchand '25-Nurses Training Katherine Maurer '24-Ohio University Lawrence Patterson '24-Ohio University Lester Patterson '24-Ohio University Ellen Kinsey '25-Bethany Edna Kummer '25-Ohio State University Esther Bender '26-Ohio University Joseph Chilcote '26-Ohio State University Margaret Buffington '26-Ohio State University 81 William Evans '26-Ohio State University Richard Fiedler '26-Ohio State University Lonnie Furbay '26-Bethany Alvin Greenlee '26-Denison University Albert Haskins '26-Ohio State University Frances Gooding '26-Wooster Margaret Romig '26-Oberlin Helen Sauers '26-Ohio University Jessie Waisner '26-Mount Union Haldean Cummings '26-Ohio University Harold Galbraith '27-Ohio University Robert Marshall '27-Ohio University ll l"lfi ll all U 7 Benjamin Price '27-Ohio State University Archie Stevenson '27-Ohio State Uni- versity Nedra Ramsour '27-Miami Dorothy Rice '27-Ohio State University Ethel VanLehn '27--Ohio University Helen Wardell '27-Ohio University Pauline Miller '27-Ohio State University Kenneth Dumbauld '24-Ohio State Uni- versity Clyde Cramer '24-Ohio University Lucille VanLehn '25-Ohio University Dorothy Woodborne '25-Ohio State Uni- versity Kenneth Robinson '25--Denison University John Derry '25-Rose Polytechnic Junior Matson '26-Ohio State University John Latto ,26-Bethany William Lukens '26-Ohio State Univer- sity Beryle Lehew '26-Ohio State University Mary Bowser '27-Ohio University Theo Clever '27-Miami Margaret Condon ,27-Ohio State Uni- versity Rozella Ong '27-Ohio University Irma Hoagland ,27+Student Nurse, Washington, D. C. Molly Kloth '27-Student Nurse, Colum- bus Elizabeth Herrick '25-Ohio State Uni- versity George Hays '25-Denison University B' ,E ,lil lik-. if ,i H X I ill Il KM, lk 151 Alumni News 1872 Amanda Noland, Toledo, Ohio 1873 James Smythe, Newark, Ohio 1877 Lulu Demuth, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Hoobler, Uhrichsville, Ohio Anna Meltor, Uhrichsville, Ohio Etta Oliver, Uhrischsville, Ohio E. R. Parrish, Alhambra, Calif. 1878 Ada Parrish, Alhambra, Calif. Fannie Beal, Urbana, 111. Alice Dent, Pittsburgh, Pa. Emma Greenlee, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1879 Nannie Peterson, Strasburg, Ohio Ella Hunt, Providence, R. 1. lennie Collier, Columbus, Ohio Cora Mazurie, Uhrichsville, Ohio Belle Welday, Steubenville, Ohio Olive Kurtz, N. Yakima, Wash. 1880 Lizzie Fulton, Canada 1881 Annie Utterback, Uhrichsville, Ohio Bertie Cross, San Francisco, Calif. Nellie Young, Uhrichsville, Ohio Charles Keepers, Denver, Colo. lda Bell, Canton, Ohio Emma Nlyers, Cleveland, Ohio Mattie Uhrich, Uhrichsville, Ohio E. P. Uhrich, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ada Jumps, Uhrichsville, Ohio W. V. Young, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1882 Lula Vestal, Uhrichsville, Ohio Dollie Ginn, Ashland, Ky. Mae Forney, Uhrchsville, Ohio Kate Booth, Xenia, Ohio Nettie Scott, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ada Powell, San Francisco, Calif. 1883 Ella Peoples, Uhrichsville, Ohio Minnie Kerr, Minneapolis, Minn. 1884 W. 1111. Ray, Cleveland, Ohio Taylor Furgeson, Tuscola, Ill. Max Allen, Redlands, Calif. Alice Parry, Uhrichsville, Ohio Cora Fllery, Portsmouth, Ohio 1885 Homer Anderson, Pittsburgh, Pa. Nettie Brooks, Uhrichsville, Ohio 'Dola Parks, North Carolina Ella Stewart, Baldwin, Wis. A. McCollam, Uhrichsville, Ohio lna King, Bellaire, Ohio Mayme Keegan, Columbus, Ohio 1886 Anna Kloth, Uhrichsville, Ohio Frank Foster, Prescott, Ariz. Louise Lineberger, Uhrichsville, Ohio Rev. W. C. Guthrie, Conoquenessing, Pa. Alice Dawson, Uhrichsville, Ohio Elva Morledge, Akron, Ohio Ella Romig, Uhrichsville, Ohio I Estella Wilson, New York City, N. Y. Georgia Whitcomb, Zanesville, Ohio 1887 Emma Brown, Uhrichsville, Ohio Harry Ganzman, St. Louis, Mo. Blanche Peoples, Cleveland, Ohio O. B. VVelch, VVilliamson, W. Va. Florence Thompson, N. Philadelphia, O. 1888 Rev. F. C. Anderson, E. Palestine, Ohio Hugh Beal, Chicago, lll. C. F. Brooks, Uhrichsville, Ohio - E. B. Healea, New Philadelphia, Ohio E. D. Moody, Uhrichsville, Ohio VV. L. Scott, Columbus, Ohio O. M. Temple, Los Angeles, Calif. 1889 Charlotte Parks, Chicago, 111. Rebecca Morhead, Pittsburgh, Pa.' Blanche Knox, Philadelphia, Pa. Ida Adamson, Carson City, Nev. J. M. Welch, Uhrichsville, Ohio Eugene West, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1890 Tessie Bryan, Dover, Ohio Jacob Lamburger, Pittsburgh, Pa. Jacob Lineberger, Dennison, Ohio Nettie Romig, Uhrichsville, Ohio W. G. Smith, Akron, Ohio 1891 Lulu Uhrich, Kansas City, Mo. Emma McColl-am, Uhrichsville, Ohio Leona Lahm, Dover, Ohio Irma Finney, Uhrichsville, Ohio E. C. McCollam, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Morgan, teacher, U. H. S. Boyd Nlills, Philadelphia, Pa. ..............J if Q -Cal' ll 1"1' ll 11 lg Florence Healea, New Philadelphia Ohio Kate Coll, Bakersfield, Calif. Blanche Scott, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1892 M. C. Forsythe, Uhrichsville, Ohio May Leiser, New Philadelphia, Ohio John Judy, Columbus, Ohio Iona Moore, Wheeling, W. Va. Rebecca Sproul, Dover, Ohio Nellie West, Uhrichsville, Ohio Kate Stewart, New Philadelphia, Ohio Ona Po1en,'New Philadelphia, Ohio 1 5 1893 W. G. Bliss, Canton, Ohio W. Krupp, Wheeling, W. Va. Alverda Rosel, Uhrichsville, Ohio E. H. Dickinson, Dennison, Ohio Mayme Harrison, Crawfordsville, Ind. Roland McCauley, Mobridge, N. Dakota Elizabeth Brooks, Uhrichsville, Ohio Emma Siegrist, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1895 Blanche 1Voodborne, Uhrichsville, Ohio Horace Dell, Dover, Ohio Lena Bricker, Uhrichsville, Ohio Emmet Forster, Martins Eerry, Ohio Eva Hall, Cleveland, Ohio Jennie Hughes, Dover, Ohio Beulah Judy, Columbus, Ohio Emma Dickinson, Dennison, Ohio 1896 Carrie Shepard, Uhrichsville, Ohio Lottie Clark, Uhrichsville, Ohio Bernice Haskins, Uhrichsville, Ohio Carrie Porter, Uhrichsville, Ohio George Parry, Youngstown, Ohio Margaret Cummings, Uhrichsville, Ohio Helen Craig, Uhrichsville, Ohio Eve Lee lnsley, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1897 Claire George, Uhrichsville, Ohio Bird Klar, Uhrichsville, Ohio Olive Cresap, Chicago, Ill. Mae Mealey, Little Rock, Ark. Jesse Herrick, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ben. Nicola, Cleveland, Ohio Minta Scott, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1898 Charles Blackburn, Wheeling, W. Va. Charles Bliss, Uhrichsville, Ohio Jessie Burke, Uhrichsville, Ohio Olive Lukens, Uhrichsville, Ohio Cora Kummer, Uhrichsville, Ohio Dan LaPorte, Uhrichsvlile, Ohi 0 Elsie Lamneck, Columbus, Ohio 1899 Eannie Hamilton, Uhrichsville, Ohio Clark McAdoo, Uhrichsville,, Ohio Clarence Romig, Uhrichsville, Ohio Herbert Stilgenbauer, Uhrichsville, Ohio llflollie Goodyear, Uhrichsville, Ohio William Greenlee, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1900 Mabel Rumi, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1901 Persia Susenguth, Cadiz, Ohio Ada McCullough, Uhrichsville, Ohio Alma Petry, Uhrichsville, Ohio Jessie Rice, lndiana 1902 5 Lucy Wollbold, Uhrichsville, Ohio G. T. Haverfield, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Webber, Dover, Ohio Charles Whitcomb, Zanesville, Ohio 1903 Bessie Haverfield, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ida Parry, Columbus, Ohio Aurilla Parry, Columbus, Ohio 1904 Mary Romig, Lakewood, Ohio Nelle Haverfield, Uhrichsville, Ohio Lillian Kinsey, Uhrichsville, Ohio Esther Matson, Uhrichsville, Ohio Paul Mazurie, Uhrichsville, Ohio E. V. McCullough, Columbus, Ohio Edna Petry, Uhrichsville, Ohio Zoe Peters, Uhrichsville, Ohio I Edith Gooding, Uhrichsville, Ohio Frank Speck, Arizona 1905 Eleanor Mong, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ross Long, Uhrichsville, Ohio Rennison Mohn, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ethel Kitchen, Pittsburgh, Pa. Elizabeth Morton, Uhrichsville, Ohio Roy Westhafer, 'Uhrichsville, Ohio 1906 Edith Gracy, Akron, Ohio Bruce Greenlee, Uhrichsville, Ohio Pearl Utterback, Uhrichsville, Ohio Sylvia Roby, Uhrichsville, Ohio Kate Parry, Columbus, Ohio 1907 Louis Anderson, Coshocton, Ohio Ben Greenlee, Uhrichsville, Ohio Cecil Hunt, Canton, Ohio Birdie Uhrich, Uhrichsville, Ohio Esther Smythc, Uhrichsville, Ohio Minnie Westhafer, Uhrichsville, Ohio :E Cl' fl Rev. TaylorAVanVleck, Pennsylvania Orvilla Hunt, Uhrichsville, Ohio ' 1908 Arthur Cummings, Uhrichsville, Ohio Agatha Lytle, Uhrichsville, Ohio Margaret Hartman, Uhrichsville, Ohio lfrnest Reed, Uhrichsville, Ohio Austa McClave, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Senft, Uhrichsville, Ohio Harry Wade, Uhrichsville, Ohio lflla Kelly, Trenton, N. 1909 Grace Carmack, Uhrichsville, Ohio ,lane Fox, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ruth Speck, Cleveland, Ohio lithel McCol1am, Uhrichsville, Ohio R. V. Parry, Bowerstown, Ohio Harry Robinette, Dennison, Ohio Rayne Ross, Uhrichsville, Ohio Fannie Taggart, teacher, Uhrichsville Public School 1910 ,lune Kunkle, Columbus, Ohio Arch Pearch, Uhrichsville, Ohio Paul Reed, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ruth Beltz, Uhrichsville, Ohio P Stella Rutledge, New Philadelphia, Ohio Faith Sproul, teacher, Uhrichsville Public School. i Florence Homrighouse, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1911 Nelle Shuc, Uhrichsville, Ohio Beulah Capes, Dennison, Ohio Florence Thrush, Uhrichsville, Ohio Frances Pearch, Uhrichsville, Ohio Alice Anderson, Uhrichsville, Ohio Flmer McCave, Uhrichsville, Ohio Inez Beltz, Akron, Ohio K Paul Stoutt, Mayor, City of Uhrichsville Gladys Mitchell, Uhrichsville, Ohio Edith Williams, Cleveland, Ohio A 1912 Grace Kirkpatrick, Uhrichsville, Ohio Amanda Mohn, Uhrichsville, Ohio Fdwin Botimer, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ruth Reed, Uhrichsville, Ohio Robert Cappel, Uhrichsville, Ohio Louise Hillyer, Uhrichsville, Ohio Faye Cahill, Uhrichsville, Ohio Grace Wicst, Uhrichsville, Ohio Edgar Hillyer, Uhrichsville, Ohio xlames McCollam, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ruth Parks, teacher, Uhrichsville Public School 6,119 tc iv i Bertha Quimby, Uhrichsville, Ohio Myra Disher, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ste1la4Taggart, teacher, Uhrichsville Faye Temple, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ethel VVilcoxon, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1913 Bruce Demuth, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary lfstelle Gooding,-g Gnadenhutten, O. Charles Greenlee, Uhrichsville, Ohio Forrest Green, Uhrichsville, Ohio Marie McCollam, Uhrichsville, Ohio Don McCauley, Uhrichsville, Ohio Clyde McMillen, Uhrichsville, Ohio George Reed, Uhrichsville, Ohio Jennie VVaters, teacher, Uhrichsville Pub- lic School Mabel Wardell, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Green, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1914 Gladys Allman, Uhrichsville, Ohio Beatrice Conwell, Uhrichsville, Ohio William Donaldson, Uhrichsville, Ohio Albert Dunn, Uhrichsville, Ohio Walter Kennedy, Uhrichsville, Ohio Helen Latto, Duluth, Minn. ' Glenn Maurer, Uhrichsville, Ohio Iona Patin, Uhrichsville, Ohio Nellie Patterson, Bowerstown, Ohio Helen Spiker, Cadiz, Ohio Fsrher Taggart, teacher, Maple Grove 1915 Emily Wheland, Uhrichsville, Ohio Louise Fnglehart, Columbus, Ohio William Latto, Springfield Y. M. C. A. Training College Nannie Hall, Dennison, Ohio 1916 Mildred Baker, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Beatrice Minnich, Columbus, Ohio Mercedes Oberholzer, Dennison, Ohio Kate linglehart, Cadiz, Ohio Q 1917 john Browning, Uhrichsville, Ohio Claire Browning, Uhrichsville, Ohio Emmet Baker, Uhrichsville, Ohio Edna Barkley, Canton, Ohio Anna VVel1s, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1918 , Dorothy Brandon, Carrolton, Ohio hlosephine Zimmerman, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ethel Hillar, Uhrichsville, Ohio ' V 1919 Ruth Combs, Uhrichsville, Ohio Nellie' Driver, Columbus, Ohio N . . F 1 if N ' ' 'R as t 1- 1 'll' f -ii-ot fe: -iii it 1" tv or cl it " Kaiser Dumbauld, Columbus, Ohio Esther Furbay, Uhrichsville, Ohio Harold Ginther, Uhrichsville, Ohio Gforge Herrick, Mansfield, Ohio Helen Laizure, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ruth McCullough, teacher, Uhrichsville 1920 Ferney Errington, Akron, Ohio Stella Elvin, Lafayette, Ind. Lucille Edie, Uhrichsville, Ohio , Pearl Kofsky, Uhrichsville, Ohio Hclen Kobelt, Uhrichsville, Ohio Katherine Brokaw, Uhrichsville, Ohio Stephen Shilan, Painesville, Ohio - 1921 Ralph Covert, teacher, U. H. S. Eugene Deems, Uhrichsville, Ohio Walter Hammond, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Kofsky, Uhrichsville, Ohio Josephine Maurer, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mildred McCollam, Cleveland, Ohio Hazel Williams, New Philadelphia, Ohio Mary Weaver, Uhrichsville, Ohio Alverda Rosel, Uhrichsville, Ohio Florence Greer, Maple Grove 1922 Robert Baker, lawyer, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ella Carson, teacher, U. H. S. Frances Edwards, teacher, Uhrichsville Public School - Nora Furbay, Akron, Ohio Marion Hibbs, Uhrichsville, Ohio Joseph Natale, Uhrichsville, Ohio Helen Ong, teacher, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ralph Spiker, New Philadelphia, Ohio 1923 ' ' . Ruth Arthurs, Commercial Bank, Uhrichs- ville, Ohio ' Pauline Guthrie, Uhrichsville, Ohio J Ruth Heck, Union Bank, Uhrichsville, Ohio Julia Hamilton, Uhrichsville, Ohio Catherine Herrick, Uhrichsville, Ohio Nancy McCollam, Bethany William Moody, Akron, Ohio Tom Potts, -Ohio University Delbert Waud, Ohio State University ' 1924, Dorothy Andreson, Uhrichsville, Ohio Avaline Ferrell, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ruth Horne, Uhrichsville, ,Ohio Edna McCollam, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ethel Roth, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ralph Dempster, Uhrichsville, Ohio John Lehew, Uhrichsville, Ohio Winifred Work, Youngstown, Ohio Frank McClelland, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ralph Morris, Uhrichsville, Ohio Donald Stoutt, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1925 1 Edith Arbogast, Uhrichsville, Ohio Julia Chadwell, Uhrichsville, Ohio Phyllis, Devine, teacher, Uhrichsville Pub- lic School. Nora Gooding, teacher Uhrichsville Pub- lic School Mildred Green, Uhrichsville, Ohio Martha Kennedy, Columbus, Ohio Mary Harvey, Uhrichsville, Ohio Evelyn Jones, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary Stoutt, Cleveland, Ohio Mildred VVeaver, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mary fWrightj Braden, Princeton Kenneth Davidson, Uhrichsville, Ohio . Gladys Pocock, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ora Roth, teacher , Jeannette Preston, New Mexico J Leona Zimmerman, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1926 Robert Condon, Uhrichsville, Ohio Loretta Chilcote, Columbus, Ohio Margaret Forster, Uhrichsville, Ohio Hollis Frizzell, Uhrichsville, Ohio Doyle Hooker, Uhrichsville, Ohio Clara Granville, Uhrichsville, Ohio Arthur Kowars, Uhrichsville, Ohio Geneva Heston, Canton, Ohio Clarence Miller, Uhrichsville, Ohio Bessie Ramage, Uhrichsville, Ohio Mina Rippeth, Uhrichsville, Ohio - Glenn Stilgenbauer, Uhrichsville, Ohio V Gerald Varner, Uhrichsville, Ohio 1927 ' Adolphus Barker, Uhrichsville, Ohio Everett Bromwich, Uhrichsville, Ohio William Creager, Newpon, Ohio Ralph Dix, Canton, Ohio Maurice Douglass, ' Uhrichsville, Ohio Gerald Gross, Uhrichsville, Ohio Howard Porcher, Uhrichsvi11e,.Ohio Frances Bender, Purdy Studio, Uhrichs- ville, Ohio Ferno Brown, Uhrichsville, Ohio I Martha Loper, Uhrichsville, Ohio ' Thelma Miller, Uhrichsville, Ohio Elva Morris, Servisons, Uhrichsville, Ohio Hazel Siegrist, Uhrichsville, Ohio Ruth Taylor Greenless, Uhrichsville, Ohio Margaret Granville, Uhrichsville,. Ohio Charles Wigficld, Uhrichsville, Ohio ' "'.---f-'if?'a-rx '!" -fi ,.-, M- . --1-V: M ' Qs RW N 7 X X! YW -avant QS' X n s , ','4g"f5?LkQ ,f 5 W W dl f " E X "1-'1K:Y?n' T ,X f X-NX 1 ix' h N ff xf ' C X , ,N ,E ' law flaw Vs- ZE U X, Calendar of '28 A SEPTEMBER 19th-Back to school once more-123 Freshmen enter. 21st-Must have been initiation week- Freshmen colors change from green to black and blue. f 22nd-Frequently heard in U. H. S. this week--"Don't know, I haven't a book'7 "Yes sir, I Will". 23rd-Two Freshmen boys must be tak- ing a UBachelor Course", they were found inthe Domestic Science rooms to-day. 24-th--Uf H. S. crushes Flushing in the first foot-ball game of the season. The score was 7l,0. - 26th-School ,has started its regular routine-henceforth we are to know our lessons! ' 27th-Senior class meeting--William Haverfield was chosen senior president. OCTOBER Sth-Uhrichsville' lost to lVIinerva-! 15th-'Nother defeat-Alliance. 20th-Don Harris falls in the hall? No damage done. 21st-Some of the Seniors find out they can't tear up paper in 204, as Mr. Creager hunts the guilty ones up! 22nd-Millersburg vs U. H. S.-WE WON! f 25th-Mr. Martin L. Davey, congress- man, gave us a very good address concern- ing forestry this P. M. 27th-Teachers Convention -- VACA- TION--donit forget to come back Mon- day! 29th-We tied with Dover-Hurrah! 31st--The Seniors entertain the Fresh- men with a Hallowelen party. We had a good time. How about the Freshmen? NOVEMBER Sth-Uhrichsville beat Newcomerstown. 7th---We had a lecture on electricity this P. M. The speaker caused two of the Senior boys to do some sparking! ! 11th-Armistice Day! Special Chapel and Half Day Holiday! Hurrah! Every one set for Phila game. 12th-Defeated by county seat lads. 16th--Moans and groans per usual cause. Report Cards. 17th-The girls in Physical Education classes are holding a volley ball tournament this week. 18th-Foot-ball rally-Beat Loudin- ville! 19th--We walloped Loudinville by a score of 38-0, Hip Hurrah! 21-st-Special Chapel services-vacation! We're prepared for the turkey and to beat Dennison. 24th--Last Foot-ball game of the season --Dennison-32-0. 28th-just thinking-basketball. 29th-Thirty-five U. H. S. lads go out for basketball. 30th---A freshman found to be growing tired of study hall asks a junior, "Where does time go the fastestfn Junior, "Dun- no Wheref' Freshman, "Italy, every time you turn around you see a 'Dao'." DECEMBER . 6th-The basketball boys are getting in preparation for one of the greatest seasons ever. 9th--Mr. W. R. Bennett, a very capa- ble lecturer, talked to us in an interesting manner this afternoon. 12-The first B. B. tickets of the year were on sale to-day. l6th+Plenty of water in Uhrichsvillc- sixty-six absent this morning. 22nd-Dismissed for the holidays. .IA N UA R Y Znd-Back to duties among new reso- lutions. Miss Wiest did not get back.- 3rd--Some one say cold! Well, I guess! Feels like Alaska. 4th--Some new calendars appear on the class-room walls with blue Sundays. Thev should have been blue Mondays. Sth-Our Senior "Buddy,, finds out he is supposed to bring his Spanish book lo Spanish class. 6th-Our boys won the basketball game with Newcomerstown. ' 9th-Miss Bargdill was absent to-day. No Spanish. ' . 4 if 1, ' ll if 12th-Another Senior, Goldie lVlorrow slips into matrimony-Congratulationsl l3tha-Friday, but it didn't prove unluc- kv for the basketball ticket sellers. All tickets for the Columbus game were sold by noon to-day. 14th-A-The largest crowd at a basketball game this year. Band an, everythingl The Fast Columbus tossers won a score of 33-22. Jimmie Ronald scored all but six points for U. H. S. 19th-Mr. lVlcAllister appears with a broad smile. He is the proud father of a new girll 20th--Nlargaret Mazurie officiates in Cicero class. Beat Dennisonl That's What lfVe Did! Zlst--The faculty enjoy Z1 chicken din- ner at Steven's Cottage. Many fovvls slain. 23rd--Mr. Galbraith does not talk in chapel for the benefit of our nerves- Semesters. 25th-Semesters. And say, did you ever see anything like that Chemistry? 27th--Our boys lose to Dover. 28th-But win from Millersburg. 30th-Announcement in chapel-No lives lost from the last Weeks trials but some are inserious conditions-cure feither get a job or VVQRK in schoolj. 3lstf-The basketball boys have to carry basketballs with them every where they go. Punishment for losing last game. FEBRUARY lst-Grade cards againl Grades hit the toboggan. 2nd-The football letters were given out to-day. The usual program with ora- tory was eliminated. 3rd-Someone must have broken the camera. Pictures had to be taken again. Our aim for many yearstTO BEAT PHILA-we didl Congratulations Coach and Boys. 6th-Basketball coach and boys form a grand line in chapel as the students and faculty cheer. i7th-The Juniors have their pictures taken to-day. 10th-Defeated by Dover. llth-Lost to Phila this time. ma' lk ll' 'E-' Q3 13th-Ep grows another inch. 15th-Mr. Shimp to Snakes West when the latter recited in Chemistry, "You can recite when you Want tog all you need IS a practicefl l 7th-Victory-Dennison. 18th--The Juniors have a "Kid Partv 20th--The Orchestra Went on a sleigh ride party to Tuscarawas. Ask them if they had a good time. 21st--We were informed that vacation doesnlt start until tomorrowl Testsl 22nd-Vacationl The Seniors enjoy a Washingtonls Birthday Party. Someone stole the cakes tho'. 24th-Our lads downed the Newcomers town players by a nice score, 25th-Defeated by Akron. 27th-f-Miss Carson absent, the Juniors think that they'll have a vacation, but they don't-a substitutel 28th--Miss Bargdill to Scotty, ' Stop taking those countries from the mapl" H has become some Hero. 29th-Some girls were thought to hive proposed to-day. ' MARCH 2nd--Beef Harris entertains in studv hall. f 5th--Announcements in chapel: School Entertainment and Basketball Tournament at Nluskingum for Friday. Sth--Senior class meeting. Choose class flower and colors. 9th-School entertainment-BIG SUC CPISS--Matinee in the afternoon and the usual night performance. Defeated at the meet. 13th-Miss Aldridge says the worst trouble with people is their heads f course she meant in posture testsj. lSth-Miss Harper absent and Mrs Shfppard teaches as a substitute. l6th+Lucille llflilone entertains the girls of the Senior class at a St. Patricks Dinner Party. 23rd-Fcho goes to press. UNF 3rd- Hliaccalaureate Sermon. Sth--Senior Class Play. 6th---Commencement. 89 . 7 lil li' ' in 0 lv t Some Characteristics of '28 "Deb" Huff ., ,,,,,, , ,,,,-R.,,,,,, The Liveliest Gleena Mathias , ,,,,,,,A TheVDarkest Eyes Nlartha Wright ,,.,.. Margaret Mazurien, The Most Optimistic -The Most Fashionable Homer Reed ,,,,.. -, ,,,,.,.,,,, The Druggist Roberta Wilson W ,.,,,,,. Almost Tardy? "Bill" Stoutt .,,., ,,,,,. ,,,,,,, T h e Quietest Ruth Fowler .,,,,,,,,,,, The Biggest Hustler Helen Packer ,,,,..,,,,.,,, The Smallest Girl ujimmiev Ronald .,......,, The Best Athlete "Tom" Morris ...... The Sleepiest Chuck Roth .,..l,,,,.,,..t...., Out of Luck "Marge" Robinson CC ' Y, ' ,-..,--,--..-- The Best Pal Sis Milone .,,,,,,,,,...... The Most Mature Thelma Packer ..,l The Most Studious Pauline Hand ,,...,.......,,, The Most Timid "Bil1' Haverfield ,...,...t. The Most Active Paul Williams .v,,,,,,,,.. The Most Musical Herman Meyers .,,,...,,,.,.. The Best Artist ll ' 37 Lib Brunner .......,...,,, The Best Dancer "Bob" Brown ,,,,,... "King of the Ivories" Charlotte Stilgenbauer The Most Efficient "Bud" Devine .,,,..,...,, The Teacher's Pest "Bohn Gates ,..,..,,,, The Most Indifferent LeRoy Hunt .,,,.. The Perfect Gentleman Helen Simpson .,,,,,,,,,.. ,.,..,. T he Sweetest "Dude', Nelson ..., The Most Digniiied Edith Henthorne: "Why did they make the hand on the Statue of Liberty elevcn inches long?" Sid Wood: "I don't know." Edith: "Well, if they had made it twelve inches long it would have been a foot." Lamme: "What do you mean by such indolence? Are you teaching this class or am I?" Margaret Hilliker: "I know Pm not." Lamme: "Very well, if you're not in charge don't try to act like a conceited fool." Bob Maurer: "Chuck, what's 'your average income?" Y Chuck: "Oh, about midnight." Miss Harper: "When has the Consti- tution been a detriment to us?" Bob Brown: "On the day of a Con- stitution test." 'jack' Hand ........,.,,,,.,.. TheHappiest Margaret Lytle ,.,,.... The Most Talkative Ruth Parry ....,,....,,,.,.,,,. "The 'iDictator" Edward Bobziend ....,,,,,,,. The Calm Wave "Bud" Workman The Most Backward Alta Spies ,,,,.l,...,,,.,..,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,, "Giggles" Lucille Frye .,,,..,,,, , ,,,,, ,,,,,, Our Blonde "Ep" Moody .,., The Most Popular Fellow "Snakes" West .,,...l. Edith Henthorne Louie Conn ,,,.,... He Walks In 'Circles The Man Hater The Most Aimlcss "Dot" Demuth .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.. The Frankest Margaret Hilliker P. W. Jones ,..,,,,,,,,, "B0b,, Gooding G -.,,-,., The Candy Eater The Best Track Man The Jolliest Bob Maurer ,.,.,....,.. The Jolliest Smile "Scotty" Harrison The Most Ambitious Sam Hitchcock . ,.,, . The Best Farmer Bill Haverfield: 'iWhen we get to the next bend in the road I'm going to kiss youf, Dot Creel: "That's going just a little bit too far." Miss Smythe: "What's the .difference between a stenographer and a confidential secretary? U Roberta Wilson: "You don't dare fire a confidential secretaryf' Miss Funk: "What is the matter with your singing? You are simply screech- in .U g Alden Allensworth: "Only hitting on one tonsilf' Miss Carson: "And what did the poet mean by "VVind along the'Waste?" Dugan: "Gas on the stomach, I guess." . ,Neale mg., Paul Ferrel: "Is there any difference in the meaning of sight and vision?" Bob Gates: "I should say so, my girl is a vision, and yours is a sight." Mr. Shimp fin Chemistry Labj: "Miss Granville you and Miss Lytle make more noise than all the rest of the class put to- getherf' Mr. Virtue fin M Sc M Historyj: "Dan, what was the occupation of the troubadors in this ageil' Dan: "VVell-er-oh, they spent their time singing of the knights of the days." Miss Harper freading from Swiftj: "Boiled, fried, baked or stewed, children under fifteen make a luscious dish for the landlordf' L'Jackl'.Hand: "Wouldn,t I make a good beef steakfn Virtue fin Eng. Historyj: "What is the name, of the Treaty We are studying today?" Jack Matson: "IfVell, I ean't remem- ber the name of it 'but it begins with ULD." Mr. Virtue: 'cWell, thats what they're usually raising over there." Mr. Shimp flooking at absentee slipj: "I see Marge Robinson and Tom Morris are absent again." Miss Carson: "Compare the word fli113,.,! - Louis Ong: "Ill, dead and buried." Mr. Kummer: "Name some famous women." Beef Harris: "Miss Smythef' Dave Long: "What must a man be to be buried with military honors?" Workman: "Dead.,' Phyllis: "You tickle me, Chuck." Chuck Sehambra: "My, what a strange request." Ruth: "What kind of a ear does Bob drivefv Charlotte: "A pray-as-you-enterfi' LADIES SKIP THIS Ladies skip this paragraph! It is really unfit for publication but it got in by some mistake, and I asked the printer to destroy it, or set it Wrong side up. , 'peoq req uo pueis 01 peq sqs Jrr Moqauios at pear prnom aqs mauii QM 'pear Apeaqe slaqs Lu:-Jod sup Aaulif ie O1 Hsu rr laffem Hcam MON 'moqs Jro pup! JSEQI :-up laq mir? noA ll 'MOIIQUIOS mo ll Pull IIPLIS will 1901 ues nofi Emouil O1 Jou Jqino Qqs Suiqlstuos sin fueuiom is satnom Surqlfiuu sc:-uaqi 51 Glenna: "All bright men are con- ceitedf, Bob Brown: "Ol I donit know, lim Not." I Glen Jones: "Say, Bill, I've got a won- derful seheme for making money fast." "Bill Wright: "Going to let me in on it?" . Glenn: "Sure, all you have to do is to glue it on the floor." Marge Robinson Qexplaining how to drive a Fordj: "If you know how to drive a gear shift car you can drive a Ford. There's nothing to it. The pedal on the left is the clutch, the right one is the brake and the middle one is the back up." Tipton: "Ihre had this ear for years and never had a wreckfl Barr: "You mean youlve had this wreck for years and never had a car." Miss Harper: "What does this poem tell us?" Sam Hitchcock: "It tells all about the sun setting in the East." Jack Shaw: "You can't make a monkey out of me." Ida: "Well, someone did." Teacher: "Give, for one year, the number of tons of coal shipped out of the United Statesf' Tom Morris: "In 1492-nonef' 'l .call iw all W E Deb: "I stood up for you yesterday." Maurer: "Thanks, I appreciate your kindness in not allowing people to slander mef' Deb: "The teacher was taking a vote for the dumbest one in the class and I stood up for you." Big Bill: "Is it cold enough outside for a coat?" Chick: "Yes, and pants too." Paul Jones: "That,s a beautiful black eye you're sporting." Hildebrand: "Uh, huh. And I'm looking for the man that started this silence gives consent stufff' Fred Barr: "I think Tom,s girl is as pretty as a picture." Craig Price: "Yes, but what a framef' Miss Wiest: "IVho fiddled while Rome burned?" Breeding: "I-Iector. Miss Wiest: "Nol,' Breeding: "Towser.,' Miss VViest: "Towser, what do you mean? It was Nero." i H Breeding: "Well, I knew it was some- body with a dogs namef' lklr. Creager: "Name some liquid that won't freezefl Roger Duncan: "Hot water!" Bertha Soules: "What do you call a man that drives an automobile." Margaret Hilliker: "lt depends on how close he comes to mef' - Bill Haverfield: "One kiss from you and I could die happylv M. Mazurie: "Well, here's your kissf, Martha VVright: "Oh, Bill! There's a cw oout in the front yardf' Bill Wright: "Well, dash out and milk it before it gets away." Gross: "Pye discovered the cause of QOZQ of all divorcesf, Shaw: "Remarkable, what is it?" Gross: "Marriage.', - Hazel: "Pm not myself tonightf' Lukens: "Then we ought to have a good time." Dave Nelson: "But surely you didn't look for escaping gas with a match Joe Tipton: "Ohl but this was a safety matchrf' pn Dorothy Tharll: "What did you say?" M. Morrow.: Nothing." Dorothy: "Of course, but how did you express it this timef' Mr. Shimp: "Wright, what do you come to school for?" Wright: "You got to go someplace to learn how to read these movie titlesf' Mr. Kummer: "Greenlee, what do we mean by the family circleil' Greenlee: "I don't know unless its the steering wheelf, Miss Harper: "Who was in command of the English at New Yorkfv Hollie: "I-Iovvlv Miss Harper: "Thats rightf' just A Song At Twilight-Allensworth had soup for supper. - Mr. Kummer says that to preserve do- mestic peace, you must keep that school- girl complexion off your coat shoulder. Porterfieldf' What happened to Page's old Ford?" ' Mr. Creager: " He traded it in on a new tire." Covert: "There,s VanLehn with a smile all over his facef' VanLehn: "Where else would it be?" McConnell: "I don't like thfse pic- tures' at all.. I look just like an ape." Hazel Neinniger: "You should have thought of that before you had them takenf, i llfliss McCann: "Little boy, it makes me sick at heart to catch you smokingf' Philip Romig: alt seems to catch me more in the stomach." ml' wk-, I 1 Q E cj F' WM' Kid' Em V BOYS GLFE CLUB 93 E Mu Kf'Q pt-' j is H' 4 MCKNOWLEDGMENT The drawings in this hook were made hy Mr. VV. F. Demulh-Ex '06, cmd father of Dorothy Demuzfh 528. 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Confectloliery Cigars Candy 105 Crant Street Cigarettes Tobacco SFQP ' and Visit Our Pipes Newspapers COW Liffle Swefff Shop Magazines . . ' ButterK1st Sandwiches and We'd Like To C. U. B. A. Popcorn Customer Of Ours Cigarettes Cigars Tobaceos 29 A"'4'5-T T: XJ' N fyf I " U , H M" ,B ,MQ ' ' E 5' ' , , MQ x M ' lL. OW fa' ma' K my 0 5 High Quality Products Only THE WHITE LILY OIL COMPANY Uhrichsville, Ohio 100 :id Y I'i'u ll ,Dix l I, ik?i J- 'K' X Y lm urn f ll f U lIlC2lfu1'CS At K-Hill Service Co. PRICE QUALITY SERVICE At The Sign of The "Boy and Slate" K-Hill Service Co. 828 Trenton Ave. Disher's Soda Grill Magazines Newspapers Candy Sodas Delicious Dishes of All Kinds THE BEST PLACE TO LUNCH Corner of Third and VVater "VValky" Disher, Prop. Hutzler's The Friendly Drug Store Buckeye Hotel Drugs Cigars Candy Stationery Sundries Beauty Aids Our Fountain Service Excels Furhay's Tire and Repair Shop Phone 751-I 122 N. Water St. K.A. I my I Yi f i! ith, .N e J. D. MITCHELL NEWS AGENCY Up-to-Date Newspaper Service Wholesale ' Magaziiies See Us About Any Newspaper VVhere Satisfaction Is a Certainty, Not a Promise Four Chairs SANITARY BARBER SHOP J. L. Potts At Your Service SEE THE NEW OLDSMOBILE SIX A finished product proved by a million miles of testing on The General Motors Proving Ground. At once the confirmation and reward of Oldsmobile's policy pledged to progress. See this fulfillment of Oldsmobile's cherished ambition to produce. "THE FINE CAR Oli' LOW' PRICE" THE GARAGE ON THE SQUARE CO. Dover I Uhrichsville Phone 2136-2137 Phone 323 102 J li lvlrm all U A Community Enterprise THE BUGKEYE HOTEL Direction Grenoble Hotel Inc. R. C. Hoerster, Res. Manager D For Service and Irlospitality A Good Place To Entertain Your Friends Coffe Shoppe Open Daily From 6:30 A. M.-8:30 P. M. Maiii Dining Room Open Sundays Prom l 1 :3O A.M.-8:30 P. M. Try Our Sunday Dinners H. Donahie's Buckeye Hotel Bootery Complete Line of VVomen's, Men'S and Children's Hi Grade Shoes Hosiery Too Bert ones General Auto Repairs Service Witll A Smile Phone 1066 We Carry A Full Line of Belts Uhrichsville, Ohio f 2 Q 41 U Q 41' M is 's 1 Lg 's EES 2:5 .I 1 3 E llll U' x ll G' Y , Statement of Gondition THE DENNISON NATIONAL BANK Dennison, Ohio December 31, 1927 Condensed From Report To Comptroller Of The Currency RESOURCES Loans and Discounts ,, ,,,,, S 755,746.40 Bonds and Securities , H.- S 703,750.70 LIABILITIES Capital Stock N ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,., S 100,000.00 Surplus and Profits , , ,,,,, S 105,848.02 'Building and Fixtures ,,,, S 23,000.00 Circulation , ,, ,,,,.. S 50,000.00 Cash and With Banks S 387,420.94 Deposits ,,,., , ,,,, ,,,, ,,.,,,, , 58 l,6l4,070.0l Total Sl,869,9l8.04 Total Sl,869,9l8.04 DIRECTORS I-IEYYVOOD G. CLARK Pork Packer VV. A. COLDREN, M. D. Retired VVESLEY K. ECKFIELD Pres. Buckeye Fire Clay Co. GEORGE VV. KELLEY Supt. Children's Home MAURICE M. KEEPERS Sec'y Citizens Savings 8c Loan Co. EDVVIN D. IVIOODY Pres. Dennison Water' Supply Co. GUS I-I. OBERHOLZER Mercharit LUDVVIG RIES, Jr. Clothing I EDVVARD ROIVIIG Romig Feed 81 Millirig Co. PHILIP A. ROMIG Treasurer Romig Clay Products Co. EIVIERSON R. VAN OSTRAN Nlerchant and lVIanufacturer HTHE SAFEST PLACE FOR SAVINGS" 5 5 I X I , ,S 'ig' Sf I' . I it I Q! IW T It U THE UNION BANK Ine. Uhrichsville SAFETY FOR SAVINGS Since 1874- EXECUTIVES F. E. LATTO . S SS S SS S SS S S SS President E. D. MOODY S S Vice President C. E. VVHELAND SS SS S. SSSSS SS Cashier J. R. CARSON S S Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS VV. P. GREENLEE President East Ohio Building 8: Loan Co. F. E. LATTO President F. A. MAZURIE Merchaiit E. D. IVIOODY President The Dennison National Bank ALEXANDER ROBINSON President The Robinson 81 Sons Sewer Pipe Co. VV. B. STEVENS Attorney E. F. UTTERBACK President Citizens Building 8z Loan Co. 106 ig, J In A NX P WMF if p I t 'J lr ill' el' ll, he U Strut Your Stuff With WALK-OVER SHOES Blacks and Tans and High UYALLERSU ALL HOT PEPS Your STEPS And HOW! Walk-overs lflyfzo PUT The "ITD in "FIT" Wiest Bros. ,f .fr ' xgt OAKLAN "Lf i pf The Union Auto Sales Co. i 419 N. Dawson St. Uhriehsville, Ohio Phone 1 1 10 R ef L .Q ' Twin City Shoe Repair Company Expert Shoe Repairing-VVhite Oak Leather Used Vvork Done Vllhile You VVait Shoe Shining Parlor 2062 North VVater Street Uhrichsville, Ohio Watson's Bakery WE BAKE IT Clyde E. MeMillen 316 North lVlain Street Phones: Res. 251-M-Shop 919 Plumbing and Heating Uhrichsville, Ohio Kohler Enamel VVare Pipe and Pipe Fittings Dayton lvater Systems Bath Room Accessories NOTICE The Best Place After All WALLAR'S AMERICAN SHOE SHOPPE MCI1,S Half Soles 51.00 and 551.25 Ladies Half Soles S .85 and S .95 Ladies Rubber Heels S .40 and S. 50 Football Cleats 2 for S .15 RAYL'S MILLINERY The Best For Your Moiiey Remember Always That The Recollection of Quality Remains Long After The Price Is Forgotten TWIN CITY HARDWARE CO. QUALITY -- SERVICE VVhite and Wright 235 E. Third St. When You Want The Best Gasoline GET HI-POWER Sold by Dealers Everywhere Through The Yellow Visible Pump LATTO OIL CO. Uhrichsville, --- Ohio 108 ' i , n C inf! 1 rm!Qx id ! A l' A gall hr. 5 " ,L -. EAT NOAKER'S ICE CREAM FOR HEALTH Scientific Beauty Parlor Marcelliiig, Finger VVaVing, Facials, Scalp Treatment lVlanicuring and Permanent VVaVing Ladies and Childrens Hairbobbing by Al. Ramsey C. Schambra I 1725 Third Street Phone 630 I JOY RIDING JAY PIDING I5 gf -.E ..f " 'Q N. f' Gyn ? X . gfviggll-SL A Rlfglfigis 'ro -me FELLOW THAT ISNT msunso! With W. H. Patterson Office 320 N. Water St. IO? ' 1.91 , - 4? WM, THE CLAY CITY SUPPLY COMPANY PHO E o. 1 Your Household Hardware Needs 213-217 Trenton Ave. ' pr sl-an s arfaffon I f VALLEY CHEVROLET CO. SALES AND SERVICE S 6Big2f-rm . . Corner Thrrd and Rx and wi UhF1ChSV111C, Dawson Better ,ffl Ohio -953 ' Qifiv 110 ED. LUKENS Clothes of Quality Hart, Schafner 85 Marx, Michael 3 ' , - , Stern ESC Go., Suits f lf I 9,9 . Q Y Stetson and Shohle Hats i X X NN Stetson and Varsity Shoes s d! b ' X ' 215 East Third Street Uhrichsville, Ohio F. E. Gooding Co. McConnell's Confectionery Dry Goods Groceries Meats i i 401 First Street Tuscarawas, Ohio 111 l Ti gef r of tii X . I N Devine Clothing Company For MEN and BUYS Uhrichsville, Ohio Ramsey Bros. Fuhr's Bakery Plumbing and Heating Bread Cakes Bell Phone 35-I F ine Pastry Residence 311 -R P' R 11 109 Third Street ICS O S ne 14- Dennison, Ohio Pho 11 ltlll' I 'I U G. H. OBERHOLZER Billiards and Cigars Daily Papers N Books 1 Magazines G. R. STALEY 8: SONS Staple and Fancy Groceries Bell Phone 536 J 834 Trenton Ave. Compliments of IDEAL DRY CLEANERS Phone 520 ' Dennison, Ohio E. E. ROBINSON City Shoe Hospital and Harness Shop Dennison, Ohio The Barber Home of the Student DENNISON HOTEL BARBER SHOP Pour Chairs Four Barbers Remember It Pays To Look VVell Mack lVIcCartney, Prop. FRED FAIRALL CONSTRUCTION CO. Lumber and Builder's Supplies J Phone 742-R Planing Mill General Contractors 113 -EHHF 5 I I I OK W "K-' fl? H i ' Q9 I ll ' , I f N ' f' I l IW ' - 1, g i J MQ, 6 It J II ffl If 1 THE ROMIG CLAY PRQDUCTS COMPANY Gnadenhutten Road UHRICHSVILEE, -- - OHIO WHITE HOUSE COFFEE The Cup That Cheers Distributed by THE TWIN CITY GROCERY COMPANY 4 W, , ,rv-wh K Everything in WO1HC11,S, Missefancl Cliildrcxfs Wearing Apparel Bell Phone 58 Uhrichsville, Ohio THE ROBINSON 8: SON SEWER PIPE CO. 1 l THE FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL C H U R C H OF UHRICHSVILLE W. E. TILTON, Minister Roy's Service - Station A-A-A Official Garage We now have one of the largest Wrecking crane out- fits in the county. If you have an accident c a l l County Z5-F-3. Day and Night Service Tuscarawas, Ohio Compliments of Baker Drug Store Emmett H. Baker, Prop. Drugs Stationery Soda Phone 177 108 E. Third Street Uhrichsville, Ohio H. Uhrich Sz Son Funeral Directors Invalids Coach Service Day and Night Also Cash Furniture Dealer Phone Co. 32131-1 Gnadenhutten, Ohio Bates 81 Covvins Groceries and Meats All Vegetables in Season Ice Cream and Candy We Deliver Phone 4-9 I Serv-U-Well Market Uhrichsville, Ohio x T ll it T all Us E Adler-Collegian Clothes Patterns and styles strictly collegiate. Our feature price-552850. Also a Very complete line at EE-22.50. To individual measure, 32500. HILL-McKEE COMPANY Next to Dennison Post Office Hamiltgn and LQPOITC 81 SOHS Dutton Tire Service Furniture and Floor Michelin Tires Ring Shape Tubes i Road Service Call-202 Dennison, Ohio Covering k, p Eureka Cleaners East Third Street I XNYPPAWX Y i fy' t 'A I V0 Gi favivm if ii f g GALLAGHER BROS. SEWER PIPE DIES THE STILLWATER CLAY PRODUCTS CO. Manufacturers of Sewer Pipe Flue Liniugs Chimney Top And All Kinds of Clay Products 2 v - .,. N my ,r-, H ,N nw, - 5 ! THE CLAY CITY PIPE CO. Uhrichsville, Ohio Compliments of MCCOLLAM 85 SONS f' nr J You Will Always Find The GIVE N ' M Pk, Latest Styles in en s Shaffers New Store Suits Topeoats Overcoats No More-522.50-No Less A CALL VVhen you find 21 garment you FOI. like you know it's only going to cost you 52250, no higher, We in- , me Comparison. I Clgars, Tobacco, COX CO. Magazines and N Confeetion 4th Street ' Denniso Entertainment-Inspiration-Education STATE THEATRE VALE THEATRE CITY OPERA HOUSE Uhrichsville LINCOLN THEATRE PICTORIUM THEATRE Dennison Operated by THE TWIN CITY THEATRE eo. N C ,- .. ,,,, A Ei l T it .1 A :ll ff fi Compliments of THE BELDEN BRICK COMPANY The Leading Ladies Wearing Apparel Stores in Tuscarawas County Our Prices Are Moderate and Within the Reach of Everyone Exclusive, But Not Expensive Our Cash Method Does It THE FASHIO Dennison, Ohio New Philadelphia, Ohi 1 ii: qw .pq ,f Q , Mi, ,il llll' KX'Ks lf lt. Phgne 37 Established 1884- J. PEARCH LUMBER COMPANY Unincorporated Wholesale and Retail Dealers in LUMBER AND BUILDERS' SUPPLIES From First to Fourth on Wallace Street Uhrichsville, Ohio J, W. LYTLE Pool Cigars Bowling Seven Tables and Four Alleys Auto Accessories Get Our Prices on Tires and Tubes Phone 229 117 East Third Street 123 Compliments of the WILCOXON HARDWARE COMPANY Corner 3rd and Water Sts. Phone 337 Cash Terms THE HICKS CO. "Bigger Values For Less" Home Furnishings of Merit Tuscarawas County's Oldest and Largest Furniture Store Grant SEICCE DC1111iSO11 1 4 www merry E THE EVANS PIPE CO. Newport Road UHRICHSVILLE, -- OHIO C. Wq ROSEL Ready to Wear Garments For Women and Children Pretty Coats, Pretty Dresses-Marry to Select From Gossard Corsets VVarner Bros. Corsets Nemo Corsets Nlunsingwear Pigeon Hose Cadet Hose Dry Goods Rugs Draperies "Tlze1'e's az Reason for Om' Big Business 125 Ollllv 6 Q 4 Quality Service TWIN CITY LUMBER COMPANY "We Are Not Satisfied Unless You Are" Courtesy Price T O W N C R I E R The All-Purpose Family Flour THE MQGOWAN BROTHERS COMPANY ' Wholesale Distributors 6 fl" COMMERCIAL B A N K A Gooo PLACE TO BANK GREEN LEE'S STORE The Reliable DEPARTMENT STORE -Bell Phone 72 and 1172 910 Trenton Avenue Uhrichsville, Ohio m atm' Q' tt tt 2 ifii' f J: , , M J K1 V 1 W I, 3' t . ' 'f 515'- g?l U H t ,O use Q K, W 1'f - li H U N T 7 S A Perfect Fit for Every Foot HUNT SHOE CO. Only Good Shoes Are Cheap 134 East Third Street Uhrichsville, Ohio THE DENNISON SEWER PIPE CO. DENNISON, OHIO 1 lii i I is as THE CHRONICLE Daily and Weekly' Leased Wire Service v The Chronicle is the Best Advertising Medium in Tuscarawas County READ THE CHRONICLE THE UHRICHSVILLE ICE COMPANY Pasteurized Sweet Milk Pasteurized Coffee Cream Pasteurized Vlfhipping Cream Buttermilk Cottage Cheese ON ALL OUR WACONS AT YOUR DOOR EACH DAY 131 ??' I V W X l Vi h I ' QA I wi A' IQ 'U' i U9Pfa'1LI Q A I MILLER BROTHERS THE ALL AMERICAN RESTAURANT Uhrichsville, Ohio THE BUCKEYE FIRE ' CLAY CO. Nlauufacturers of VITRIFIED SEWER PIPE Uhrichsville, Ohio U h '51 Ml' -" QQ, DODGE BROTHERS SALES SERVICE DUNN BROTHERS East Seeond Street Uhriehsville THE DENNISON WATER SUPPLY COMPANY A DENNISON, OHIO 92+ Fl -1 f' ,fx fx ,ln I Olllllv K i l Compliments of THE EAST OHIO GAS COMPANY THE ROSS CLAY PRODUCTS COMPANY A . High Grade Sewer Pipe Flue Linings Wall Coping, Building Block Fireclay Chimney Pipe and Chimney Tops 5 ' 1 i Elin ii"ii it "lvl if f ' gee CJllM Reiser Brothers B u i c li Sales and Service Phone 1 O79 Tuscarawas, Ohio clk ' E H. O. Snyder 81 Son 5 Insurance ' and Real Estate Twin City Service Station Canfield Gasoline Wiii. Penn Mohile Oil Tires and Accessories Corner Third and Dawson Green's' Restaurant Good Place to Eat 217 Center St. Dennison, Ohio 115 Third St. Uhrichsville, Ohio I 5 l ol l ll ll' ft f- 2' 3 .. it , . '-A'f J -.ey X, 1 N W AJ ml ,gl 4 J i The Clyde Hotel and Restaurant "Everything Good" Opposite Station, Dennison, Ohio The Citizens Store Dependable Merchandise At Popular Prices Phone 918 J 226 PL 3rd SL Eyes Examined Glasses Fitted J. W. Schultz Eye Sight Specialist Morgan Beck Bldg. Phone 1053 R Broken Lenses Duplicated Ed. P. Uhrich Transfer and Storage N. O. P. St L. Agent , NX fl' it , AES4 VI ,, r il , e i D L 1 394 -llr 'il ' lr fl U 12 x lf ral ll! Heywood Clark Hams Bacon Lard and Sausage Phone 299 Dennison, Ohio Kffft l E For Service Drive to the Hi-Power Service Station Corner lfourth and Dawson Sts. VVhere High Grade Gasoline and Oils are Sold GAS VVITH US "Sprig" "Shine', Phone 4-40 -R At Your Service Cheer Up It's Harmless Twin City Dry Cleaning Co. T. R. Rosenberry, Prop. Quality Shoe Shop Doyle Hooker, Prop. 222 N. Uhrich Street Quality and Service Phone -I-95 Res. Phone 8-I-8 VV Uhrichsville, Ohio All Work Guaranteed l 7 l 2 L ' Tl T Tw 177' M-, 1 , e iii-.,-Lf i 7 J M l 3 tl' SA Ji , N, Y 1 N ,YNY T lf ll'l?l r India Tea Co. Headquarters for Tea, Coffee, Spices, Baking Powder and Fancy Groceries J. VV. Harrison, Mgr. 128 East Third Street The Heart of Our Business is reflected in That Bit More of Attention Service and Fairness Eclipse Dry Cleaning Uhrichsville, Ohio Clothes Do Help You will Dry Clean Them curfew- C. Schambra Druggist Books, Stationery, Office, School Supplies, Magazines and Seasonable Novelties Cor. Third and Uhrich Sts. Uhrichsville, Ohio Wall Paper, Paints Wiiidow Shades Curtain Rods Gift and Art Ware P. C. Lanning 85 Sons 216 East Third St. Phone 4-27 J Uhrichsville, Chio Y fi. V, - Y D 'Nix mga, 052 -7' Heil, 'E l 'Ll ,r i ,J ll f J Y. 1 s N' 1. , ' I jl -ff? q as X ' r f'M r , , - ft LLL, x dll aw Wm. W. Evans Groceries and Meats Dry Goods, Wall Paper MQ' Q. l' Compliments of John Gardner Ieweler and Optician and Rugs 101 N. Water Street Phone 233 Dennison, Ohio E. Beitler Dry Goods 101 East Third Street G. D. Haas Hardware Co. Dealers in Hardware, Sporting Goods, Motor Car Accessories and Fishing Tackle Grant Street l Dennison 1 J iw it or g H. W. Westhafer 81 Sons Smoke We Handle Everything in D tl1e Seed Line Ou C Hardware Pain ts Du tch Seeds Fence Prices Always Lowest At Stogies Our Store Ludwig Ries, Jr. "The Smart Clothes Shop" 313 Center Street Dennison, Ohio A. C. Sullivan Groceries "We Aim To Please" Quick Service Free Delivery Grant Street Dennison llsti at , 9 41" M ll la, J Beck's The Leading Jewelry and Gift Store Watches Jewelry Silverware Stationery Cor. Main and Third Sts. Uhrichsville, Ohio Dr. R. E. Rainsberger Dentist 296-R X-Ray Service 215 1-2 East Third Street The Citizens Building 81 Loan Company E. F. Utterback, President VV. B. Stevens, Secretary and Maiiager fl Good Place lo Borrow Xl Safe Place to Infuerl Union Bank Building 141 J. E. smith Fine Dress Goods and Trimmings Silk Underwear Gloves and Silk Hosiery ,7 , Maurer 85 Maurer Dealers in Fresh and Cured Home Dressed Meat and Poultry Prompt Delivery Phone 18 Uhrichsville, Ohio L 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 wonderful success it is today. Special attention given to out- fitting girl graduates. T. Lanning 85 Go. The Big Store Twin City Greenhouse By Buying Your Gut Flowers and Plants from Us you are sure to get Fresh Home Grown Flowers Phone 380 Say It With Flowers M. A. 'Tweed Hardware Go. M. A. Tweed, Manager 121 East Third Street Uhriehsville, Ohio ,, W ,MM ' l X 1" it W ' X Q, My K l X il! .. , 1 for 'I My , ig im mg 1 J Reed Sz Reed Attorneys The Romig Agency M General Insurance and Real Estate Third and Water Streets Phone 701 I Mazurie Sz Son Furniture, Carpets, Vietrolas 12 X k' iffef-AQ? Q "iii S ni ' - H ,if to ee'e L ib Hur? ,4 1 I 'F ' W M The Hoover it Beats as it Sweeps as it Cleans Electric Suction Sweeper Uhrichsville, Ohio Kleanall Kleaning Ko. Dry Cleaning and Pressing 1 9 Ladies Apparel, Lamp Shades, Draperies Etc. 7 l 414- N. Maiii Street Phone 98 Uhrichsville, Ohio 14 - L, 5317, 'U' --.. Si 'll all Q 7 U l My A lily Q? mf Q f - Wm. McDonald Perfect Blue VVhite Diamonds ,ni 1:-Qiizfixilh I' 1 DX Ah 1 'Zi' 11 N 'j . . 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