Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)

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We also wish to express our gratitude to all of our patrons, ' bl' t'on of this whose generosity has made possible the pu ical "Echo," To MISS MILDRED LENK We, the Class of 1934, dedicate this Echo UHRICHSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL THE ECHO STAFF' Editor-in-Chief ..... ..........,.......... B en Westhafer Business Manager ............................. Albert Senft Business Staff ..................... joe Smythe, Bill Goodyear Editorial Stall ,.... Herman Gladman, Betty Medley, jean Mitchell, Laura Watson, jean Huffman, Margaret Rush, Rosemary Steen Faculty Advisor ...............,................ Mr. Shimp H. B. GALBRAITH SlIll0l'illI0lllli'l1t nf Svllonls Q e- SAMUEL SHIMP Principal of High School ,I H. G. GALBRAITH . SAMUEL SHIMP .. ADELE MCCANN . . RALPH E. COVERT VERGIE MANN . . . CHARLES APLIN . . SARAH MILLER . . . CLIFFORD BLAIR . JOHN RIFFER .... L. S. ROACH ..... JASON MITCHELL ,.... ETHEI. NICCOLLAIVI ..... W. B. CORY j. W. BROWN .... FACULTY A. B.,' Ll. B. Ohio Northern B. S. Mt. Uniong M. A. Ohio State B. S. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State Ohio .. ................... B. S. Ohio State . .... A.B. Muskingumg M.A. Ohio State ..................A.B.Otterbein . . . . . . . B. Ylhielg ohio state B A. Muskingum A. B: A. M. Ohio lfllilmingitong Oberlin . . . .B. M. Bethanyg Peabodyg Oberlin XWILLIAM QUERY .... ............... H EDYTHE HENTHOR MILDRED LENK. . . RALPH L. KINSEY ................ ...B. S. Wooster ...A. B. Wooster B. S. Ohio E BROWN. .A. B. Ohio Wesleyang Bliss Normal A. B. Ohiog A. M. Cincinnati .B. A. Woosterq Middleburry WILLIAM MILLER ...... B. S. in E. E. Ohiog B. S. in Ed. Ohio State D. E. GRECO ............................. Instrumental Music ,.+ LASSES fkq X f X. President . . Vice President . Secretary . . Treasurer . . . Sponsors- Andreatta, Leno Armstrong, Wesley Bagby, Francis Bear, Howard Best, Ralph Burns, Charles Colvin, Earl Davis, Keith Decarminada, John Dietrich, Harold Figley, Fred Freeman, Roger Gladman, Herman Goodyear, William Grubbs, Charles Hall, Raymond Harper, Joseph I-Iilliker, Charles Jones, Willard Kinsey, Duane LaTourrette, Robert Marstrelli, William McCarthy, Florie Long, George McMasters, Francis McPeek, Eugene Metcalf, Richard Miller, Ross Miller, Walter Murray, Charles Myer, Frank Orr, Harry SENIOR CLASS ORGANIZATION Nliss Lenk, Miss McCann, Poland, Raymond Quimby, William Senft, Albert Smythe, Joe Wenger, Price Westhafer, Ben Westhafer, Noile West Lloyd Wiers, Harry Woodard, John Aeschliman, Mary Albaugh, Annabel Alexander, Alice Ault, Jennie Mae Baldwin, Doris Bair, LaVerne Bean, Mary I. Bender, Catherine Besozzi, Julia Brakebill, Betty Conner, Esta Davis, Helen Dooling, Mary Jean Dumbauld, Emmalou Enos, Eleanor Evans, Geraldine Fisher, Evelyn Fowler, Elizabeth Fox, Martha Galbraith, Lena Helter, Mary Huffman, Jean . . Albert Senft Ben Westhafer . . William Goodyear . . joe Smythe Mr. Aplin, Mr. Blair Hunt, Elnora Jones, Mary Lanning, Louella Logan, Frances Medley, Betty Mitchell, Jean Morris, Hester Page, Gertrude Pedicord, Lillian Pettay, Katherine Rippeth, Sara Roberts, Miriam Ross, Evelyn Rush, Margaret Russell, Frances Sarpalus, Petty Schulte, Freda Schulze, Estelle Shaffer, Evelyn Steen, Rosemary Stevenson, Edna Stucin, Rose Swain, Jane Treadway, Josephine Tweed, Charlotte Van Pelt, Betty Wallace, Wilma Watson, Laura Wesley, Florence West, Elda Robinson, Dorothy LENO ANDREATTA Track Vars. 1353 Vars. U. 145. "Still w a t e r s run deep." Leno is capable of both fun and serious- ness. HOWARD BEAR "Howard is a. Dr. Jek- yll, Mr. Hyde, serious in school. but out-!" WESLEY ARMSTRONG Track Vars. 115, 125, 135. "A strong and silent man." JOHN WOODARD Glee Club 115: Biol. Club 1253 Class Officer 135: Football Sq. 135g Vars. 1451 B. B. Vars. 135, 1455 Vars. U. 1455 Track 127. 135, 1453 Pep Club 135, 1453 Hi.Y 125, 135 145. MARY AESCHLIMAN Pep Club 135, 145. "Mary is jolly and never blue, and to her friends she is ever true." ANNABEL ALBAUGH Glee Club 135, 145. "Ever bright and cheery, A real friend when you'rc weary." ALICE ALEXANDER G. A. A. 127, 133, 1453 G. R. 135: Glee Club 135, 145. J ENNIE AULT Glee Club 145. "I always let others say their say, And I re- main quiet in my very own way." RALPH BEST Hi-Y 121, 131, 1413 Football Sq. 131, 1413 B. B. Sq. 1213 Track Mgr. 131, 1415 Ath. Council 121, Pep Club 131, 141. CHARLES BURNS Football Sq. 111, 121, 131, 1413 B. B. Sq. 111, 121, 131, 1413 Track Sq. 121, 131, 1413 Glee Club 111, 1213 Pep Club 131. EARL COLVIN Football Sq. 1315 Vars. 141, B. B. Sq. 131, 141: Vars. U. 141. KEITH DAVIS Hi-Y 121, 131, 1411 Pep Club 131. "If success c r 0 W n s hard work, Keith is des- tined to be a king." DORIS BALDWIN Dramatics Club 141g Lat. Club 121, 131. 1413 Pep Club 131, 141g Black dz Gold 131, 141, Biol. Club 213 Glee Club 111, 131, 141. LA VERNE BAIR G. A. A. 121, 131, 1413 G. R. 1315 Lilee Club 131, 141. CATHERINE BENDER Biol. Club 1213 Pep Club 131, 1413 Glee Club 111, 121, 1315 Black as Gold 141. JULIA BESOZZI "Pert and cute- mighty sma'l, Has no enemies at all." JOHN DECAMINADA When his dark eyes flash, we know he is go- ing to say something worth While. HAROLD DIETRICH Football Vars. 131, 1413 B. B. Sq. 1413 Hi-Y 131. 141: Pep Club 131: V. Prcs. 1413 Ath. Council 1311 Vaxs. U. 131, 141. FRED FIGLEY Track Squad 111. "The hardworking, con- genial man is he- And a. success he is sure to be." ROGER FREEMAN "No sinner, yet no saint perhaps, But-well, the very best of chaps." BETTY BRAKEBILL G. R. 121. 113: Pres. 1413 G. A. A. 111, 121, 131, 1413 Dramatics Club 1413 Asst. Libr. 141: Special Glee Club 1113 Glee Club 111, 121, 131, 1413 Biol. Club 1213 Black 8a Gold 121, 131, 1413 Literary Club 111. ESTA CONNER "Whatever you may hear her say, Will be said in a very modest Way." HELEN DAVIS Pep Club 131, 141. "Better get up late and be wide awake. than to get up early and be asleep all day." MARY JEAN DOOLING Biol. Club. 1315 G. R. 121, 131, 1413 G. A. A. 111, 121. HERMAN GLAD MAN Class Pres. 1233 Lat. Club Pres. 1333 Orch. 143: Asst. Libr. 1433 Football Sq. 1433 Echo Staff. W'ILLIAM GOODYEAR Hi-Y 123, 133, 1433 Class Oflicer 1433 Foot- ball Sq. 123, 1333 Vars. 1433 B. B. Mgr. 133, 1433 Ath. Council 123, 1333 Biol. Club 1233 Vars. U. 1433 Pep Club 133, 1433 Echo Staff. CHARLES GRUBBS Biol. Club 1233 Glee Club 113, 1333 Hi-Y 1433 Pep Club 133, 143. RAYMOND HALL "He is a wise and likeable man, who speaks little." EMMALOU DUMBAULD G. A. A. 113, 1233 Exc. 133, 1431 G. R. 123, 1333 Cab. 1431 Black dz Gold 1433 Biol. Club 1233 Pep Club 143. ELEAN OR ENOS Glee Club 113, 1333 G. A. A. 123, 133, 143: G R. 1433 Pep Club 131, 143. GERALDINE EVANS Glee Club 113, 133, 1433 G. A. A. 1433 Orch. 133, 1433 Pep Club 1433 Black 8a Gold 143. EVELYN FISHER, G. A. A. 113, 1233 Exc. 133, 1433 Black 85 Gold 143. "An enthusiastic sup- porter of girls' athlet- ics." JOE HARPER Glee Club 111, 1213 Pep Club 131 141. "He greets you here, He greets you there. We like to greet him any- where." CHARLES HILLIKER Football Sq. 1315 Pep Club 131, 1411 Hi-Y 131, 141. WILLARD JONES Orch 111, 121, 131, 1411 Class Ofiicer 121, 131. "Fate tried to conceal him by calling him Jones." DUANE KINSEY Black 65 Gold 141, Dramatics Club 141. "One who never fails to see the amusing side of life." ELIZABETH FOWLER G. A. A. 111g Exc. 121, 1313 Pres. 1415 G. R. 131, 1415 Biol. Club 1211 Glee Club 111, 121. Lat. Club 121, 131, 141 MARTHA FOX G. R. 121, 1313 Cab. 1413 G. A. A. 111, 1413 Orch. 111, 121, 1313 V. Pres. 141, Pep Club 131, 141. LENA RUTH GALBRAITH "As unobstrusive as a summer wind-and just as refreshing." MARY HELTER "She is admired by all who know her." JEAN HUFFMAN Glee Club 411. 431, 4413 V. Pres. 4313 G. A. 411, 421, 431, 4411 G. R. 4213 Cab. 431, 4413 Orch. 4413 Pres 4413 Pep Club 431, 4413 Black dz Gold 421, 431, 4413 Cheer Leader 431, 4413 Echo Staff. ELNORA HUNT Glee Club 421, 431, 4413 G. A. A. 431. 1413 Biol. Club 4213 G. R. 421, 431, 4413 Pep Club 4313 Dramatics Club 441: Black Sz Gold 421. 431, 441. MARY JONES "A twinkle here, a. sun- ny smile, There's no one who can cramp her style. LUELLA LANNI NG "The way to h a v e friends is to be a friend." ROBERT LA TOURETTE Biol. Club 4213 Pep Club 441. "As a scholar he is good, As a friend he is bet- ter." WILLIAM MARSTRELL1 Football Sq. 4313 Vars. 4413 Pep Club 431, l4,Q Vars. U. 441. FLORIE MCCARTHY "Never boisterous, nev- er sad- Just a good all around lad." GEORGE LONG Football Sq. 431, 4413 B. B. Sq. 4413 Track Vars. 431. FRANCIS MCMASTERS Glee Club 1113 Orch. 111, 1213 Biol. Club 1313 Pep club 131, 141. EUGENE MCPEEK "The Wor1d's no better if we worry, Life's no longer if we huiryf' RICHARD METCALF Biol. Club 1213 Hi-Y 1313 Officer 1413 Foot- ball Sq. 1313 Vars. 1411 B.B.Sq. 131, 1413 Track 1313 Pep Club 1313 Of- ficer 1413 Vars. U. 141. ROSS MILLER Hi-Y 131, 1411 Pep Club 141. "Wise men are seldom heard." FRANCES LOGAN 11 Storms may roll Lightning Hy, I have my laughter, So what care I." BETTY MEDLEY Glee Club 111. 121,131. 1413 Special Glee Club 1113 Literary Club 1113 Biol. Club 1213 Latin Club 111, 1313 G. R. 121, 1313 Cab. 1413 Pep Club 131, 1413 Black dz Gold 131, 1411 Dramatics Club 1411 Echo Staff. JEAN MITCHELL Literary Club 1113 Glue Club 111, 121, 1413 Biol. Club 1213 G. R. 121, 1313 Cab. 1413 Ath. Council 1213 Pep C.ub 131. 1413 Black .Sz Gold 121. 131. 1413 Editor 1313 Dramatics Club V. Pres. 14-13 Lat. Club 111, 1313 Echo Staff. HESTER MORRIS Biol. Club 1213 G. A. A. 111, 121, 131, 1413 G. R. 121, 131. 1413 Glec Club 131, 1413 Pep Club 131, 141. WALTER MILLER "Though he goes his quiet way, He mingles with us all the day." CHARLES MURRAY Football Sq. 1333 B B. Sq. 133, 1433 Track Vars. 1333 Vars. U. 143. FRANK MYER Track 1233 Vars. 133. 1433 Vars. U. 143. "As merry as the day is long." RAYMOND POLAND Raymond is a quiet worker who will always Ht into his niche. GERTRUDE PAGE Glee Club 143. "Always jolly and care- free, A better friend could never be." LILLIAN PEDICORD G. R. 133, 143. "Quiet, smiling. full of fun- A kindly word for everyone." KATHERINE PETTAY Glee Club 113, 1433 Special Glee Club 1133 Lat. Ciub 133, 1433 G. R. 133, 1431 Pep Club 1432 Dramatics Club 1433 Black 8a Gold 143. MIRIAM ROBERTS G. R. 123, 133, 143g Lat. Club 113, 1333 Officer 143: Pep Club 133. 1435 Dramatics Club 143. WILLIAM QUIMBY Hi-Y 1435 Lat. Club 1135 Orch. 123, 133, 1435 Biol. Club 1231 Ath. Council 1335 Black 8a Gold 1335 Pep Club 133, 143. ALBERT SENFT Orch 113, 123, 133, 1435 Biol. Club Pres. 1231 Black dz Gold 123, 133, 143, Hi-Y 123, 133, 1435 Class V. Pres. 1235 Class Pres. 133, 143, Football Vars. 133, 143, Vars. U. 133, 1435 Pep Club 133, 1435 Dramatics Club 1435 Echo Staif. JOE SMYTHE Football Sq. 113, 123: Vars. 133, 1435 B, B. Sq. 113, 1235 Vars. 133 1435 Track Mgr. 113, 1235 Biol. Club 1235 Hi-Y 1235 Oiiicer 133, 1435 Pep Club 133, 1435 Vars. U. 1335 Pres. 1435 Class Officer 1435 Echo Staff. PRI CE W'ENGER Lat. Club. 113, 1235 Orch. 113. 123. "Of scholastic ability he has much, Yet, he doesn't lack a humorous touch." HARRY ORR Football Sq. 1335 Vars. 1435 Track Vars. 133, 1435 Vars. U. 133, 143. EVELYN ROSS G. R. 123, 133, 1435 G. A. A. 123, 133, 1435 Pep Club 143. MARGARET RUSH G. R. 123, 1335 Cab. 1435 G. A. A. 123, 133, 1435 Pep Club 133, 1435 Dramatics Club 1435 Glee Club 133, 1435 Black :Sz Gold 1335 Echo Staff. J OSEPHINE TREADWAY Glee Club 1135 Lat. Club 1335 Biol. Club 1235 Pep Club 133. PE'I'I'Y SARPALUS "Efliciency- A blowing curl, Need we ask more, From just one girl?" JANE SWAIN Foe to None, Friend to Many." FREDA SCHULTE Dramatics Club 1411 G. R. 131, 1415 Black 8a Gold 131, 141. ESTELLE SCHULZE G. A. A. 121, 131, 1415 G. R. 131, 1415 Biol. Club 1215 Pep Club 131. EVELYN SHAFFER G. R. 121, 131, 1415 G. A. A. 111, 121, 1315 Exo. 1415 Lat. Club 12.15 Biol. Club 1215 Glee Club 111. 1215 Asst. Libr. 1415 Dra- matics Club 141. ROSEMARY STEEN Glee Club 111. 121, 131. 1415 G. A. A. 111, 121, 131, 1415 Exc. 1415 G.R,. 121, 1315 Pep Club 1315 Lat. Club 1315 Pres. 1415 Black 85 Gold 121, 131, 1415 Echo Staff. WILMA WALLACE "Why fret about tomor- row if today be sweet." BEN WESTHAFER Football Mgr. 111, 121. 131, 1415 B. B. Mgr. 111, 1215 Vars. 131, 1415 Track Vars. 1315 Biol. Club 1215 Pep Club 1315 C'ass V. Pres. 131, 1415 Hi-Y 121, 1315 Pres. 1412 Vars. U. 131, 1415 School Treas. 1415 Editor of Echo. NOILE WESTHAFER Football Sq. 111, 121, 1312 Vars. 1415 B. B. Sq. 1215 Vars 131,1415 Track Sq. 1215 Vars. 1315 Biol. Club 1215 Pep C.ub 131, 1415 Hi-Y 121, 131: Of- ficer 1415 Vars. U. 131, 141. LLOYD WEST "Many men have accu- mulated millions mind- ing their own business." HARRY WIERS Glee Club 1215 Pep Club 1415 Hi-Y 131, 141. DOROTHY RUSSELL ROBINSON G. R. 12.1, 131 , 141: Eng. Club 141 5 Lat. Club 141. FLORENCE WESLEY Glee Club 115. "A pleasant, amiable lass, Jolly and of the true class." BETTY VAN PELT Biol. Club 1452 Pep Club 135, 1453 G. A. A. 115. ELDA WEST Latin Club 115 "The mildest manner, and the brightest mind." SARA RIPPETH Glee Club 145. "Her slow and easy Smile, Made our life really worth while." CHARLOTTE TWEED G. R. 145. "She is quiet, modest, sweet, and shy, But. a wealth of fun lurks in her eye." .aa :af LAURA WATSON Literary Club 1153 G. A. A. 115, 125. 1351 Exe 1453 G. R. 125, 1352 Cab. 1452 Glee Club 115, 125, 1451 Officer 1353 spa.-ial Glee Club 1153 Biol. Club 1253 Pep Club 135, 1453 Dramatics Club Pres. 1453 Black 8a Gold 125, 135, 1453 Echo Staff. EDNA STEVENSON G. A. A. 1153 G. R. 1353 Pep Club 135, 145. ROSE EVELYN STUCIN If laughter were infec- tious, Rose could start an epidemic. She is al- ways cheerful. FRANCES RUSSELL G. R. 125, 1353 Cab. 1453 Black 8z Gold 125, 135, 1453 Lat. Club 125, 1353 "E" Club 1353 Biol. Club 1253 Glee Club 115, 125. 145. FRANCIS BAGBY Francis has that C13- sirable knack of making us forget our troubles. President . . Vice President Treasurer . Secretary . . Sponsors-Nl Allman, Evangeline Allman, John Andreas, Irma E. Andreatta, Louis Armstrong, Clyde Babcock, John Beck, George Bender, Lillian Brown, Dorothea Browning, Cletus Carnes, Charles Carrothers, Arthur Clarke, Eileen Cole, Helen Conwell, Elvin Cooper, Susan Cotton, Herbert Cox, James Craig, Jack Craig, Robert Craigo, Faye A. Craigo, Helen Creager, Conrad Creager, Kelso Crites, Margaret Cummings, Richard Cutlip, Byrle Dalpiaz, Archie Davis, Donald Demuth, Paul Dodds, Elizabeth Doran, Richard Draghi, Pauline Dudziak, Anna Dunkle, Edith Dunkle, Clarence JUNIOR CLASS ROLL iss Henthorne, Mr. Riffer, Edwards, Vada Erskine, John Fairall, Eugene Feightling, Ralph Ferrall, Lula Mae Field, Ellen Fouts, Helen Galbreath, Charles Galli, Clara Gilmore, Bert V Gladman, Ella Goodrich, Frank Gray, Dorothy Hackett, Naomi Hall, Don Haverneld, James Hitchcock, Hugh Hollingsworth, Don Hooker, George Huber, Mary A. Hutzler, Helen Johnson, Veda Laner, Anna LaPorte, Jack Lindsay, Wesley Lingafelter, William Long, George Long, Floyd Lauver, Melvin McCauley, Frances McConkey, Margaret McDonald, Bessie McKinney, Walter McMillen, Ruth McMillen, John Metzger, Dorothy . .james Haverfield . .Harold Dutton Herbert Cotton . . .Helen Smith Mr. Cory, Miss Miller Miller, Jerome Morris, Herman Page, Eugene Parrish, Jack Peddicord, Elizabeth Pickenstein, Orelio Pickering, Geraldine Porotti, Levia Robinson, Joan -Robinson, Maxine Price, Kelly Price, Tracy Randall, Norman Rectanus, Earl Roberts, Marion Rosenberry, Robert Roth, Edwin Russell, Wilma Salmon, Earl Shull, Howard Simpson, Ralph Smith, Helen Spencer, William Stevenson, Charles Stubbins, James Tedrick, Gertrude Thompson, Helen Trueman, Dorothea Wagner, Robert Walker, Roy Ward, Ina Wineman, June Wingard, Doris Whitehouse, Mary Young, William Zavasky, Julia President . Vice President. . Secretary . . Treasurer . . . Sponsors-M Aeschleman, Elizabeth Armstrong, Deborah Ault, Alberta Barnes, Adelphia Barnhill, Armintha Best, Iona Bowditch, Helen Branch, Frances Bricker, Margaret Burroway, Verna Carnes, Jean Clarke, Dorthy Clark, Pauline Cordrey, Mary Cox, Betty Creager, Helen Dreher, Helen Edwards, Vivian Ellenbaugh, Viola Elvin, Frances Fairall, Ganell Ferrell, Mary Fawcell, Thelma Fouts, Rebecca Handley, Betty Hormell, Geraldine Herron, Mercedes Henry, Virginia Hunt, Alice Hurless, Virginia Jackson, Eileen Johnson, Inez Johnson, Kathryn Kauffman, Kathryn Keith, Betty Kilpatrick, Helen Kinsey, Irma Lahm, Elizabeth Law, Betty Long, Julia Marstrelli, Helen McConkey, Alberta McKee, Thelma Mackenzie, Kathleen Mitchell, Mary Moody, Dortha SOPI-IOMORE CLASS iss Mann, Nlr. Roach, Mr. Natoli, Jennie Patterson, Thelma Pearch, Shirley Peters, Betty Rhoads, Jean Romig, Phyllis Russell, Jeanne Senft, Alice Schulze, Hazel Schwab, Alma Sheehan, Florence Snyder, Betty Sproul, Marjorie Starkey, Willow Mae Sutton, Hazel Trepin, Edythe Tweed, Helen Veley, Vivian Walton, Freda Welsch, Wanda White, Helen Zavosky, Mary Bosio, Louis Butterfield, Carl Carnes, Robert Carnes, William Craft, Ernest Davidson, Carl Dawson, Woodrow Decaminada, Louis Devine, Robert Dunn, Donald Ebken, Russell Edwards, Harry Fisher, Carl Freshwater, Marion Furbay, Paul Goulden, Richard Gowins, John Gram, Earl Green, James Hand, Richard Hennis, Glen Hitchcock, Tom Howard, Walter Brown, . . . .Lester Price William Simpson . . .Carl Fisher . . .Alice Hunt Nlr. Mitchell Hurless, Roger Johnson, Ben Kleski, Stanley Lanning, Gail Lehew, David Lint, Wilbur Lopenski, Allen Marignoni, Louis Mathias, Ralph McCullough, James McMasters, Wood McPeek, John Mills, Billy Morris, Jack Morton, Paul Natoli, Egnazio Noble, Robert Norman, Robert Pancher, Gilbert Parker, Ray Petry, Richard Philip, Ralph Pocock, Earl Price, Lester Reed, John Ronald, Charles Ross, Albert Sampson, Robert Shamel, Fred Simpson, William Simpson, Richard Smith, Lloyd Smith, Russell Tedrick, Fred Thompson, Carl Tope, Thurman Vetula, Edward Warner, Harry Wentz, Robert West, Howard Wettach, Fred Williams, David Winrod, Floyd Woods, Charles Van Fosscn, John Freeman, Donald Andreatta, Alma Armstrong, Elva Armstrong, Margaret Armstrong, Mary Baltzell, Rebecca Barnhill, Clarice Beck. Nancy Birney, Anna Cappel, Geraldine Capper, June Carmack, Lida Charlton, Sarah Casper, Helen Crites, Betty Davis, Mary Devaul, Alma Ditcher, Iris Fawcett, Cleo Fisher, Jean Freed, Margaret Gerken, Carlene Ghezzi, Irene Gray, Dorothy Greenberg, Dorothy Hall, Charlotte Haney, Dorothy Hines, Viona Huber, Dorothy Humber, Dorothy James, Marjorie Johnson, Leona Jones, Maxine Keesey, Anna Kinsey, Gladys Kleski, Elizabeth Kleski, Laura Lanning, Melva Little, Maxine Litzlnger, Ruth Lytle, Frances McCauley, Neva McClave, Dorothy McCue, Hilda McGrew, Vivian McMullen, Mary Mehaffey, Dorothy Mitchell, Dale Peters, Wilma Porotti, Rose Pullie, Julia FRESHMAN CLASS Pyle, Betty Randall, Wilda Rapport, Ruth Reed, Helen Russell, Helen Schulte, Clara Shamel, Thelma Shan, Beulah Shivers, Dorothy Shuss, Vida Staneart, Beulah Tharp, Mary Thomas, Phyllis Tipton, Mabel Trushel, Clara Wanamaker, Lucille Welch, Bessie Wentz, Betty West, Marie West, Vivian Wilcoxon, Jean Yant, Rebbecca Baker, Charles Barnes, Robert Basles, James Beamer, Duane Beckley, James Bowditch, Dean Brown, Robert Burdette, Pershing Carmack, George Chapman. George Charleton, Joseph Cox, Thomas Craigo, Robert Cutlip, Herbert Dalpiaz, John Devore, Harry Dickinson, LeRoy Ditcher, Eric Dooly, John Dudzlak, Frank Dunkle, Harry Edwards, Clyde Edwards, Dallas Fairless, Ralph Fisher, Jack Fisher, Robert Foltz, Franklin Fuller, Earl Fuller, Merle Galbreath, Howard Galbreath, Roscoe Gilmore, Harold Green, Robert Green, William Greenwalt, John Harper, Carl Harshey, Albert Heck, Eugene Henry, Roy Herndon, Emerson Huffman, John Jackson, Kenneth Kinsey, Dean Kinsey, Robert Kleski, Casimir Long, Orie Maher, Michael Miller, Eugene Milburn, Homer Morris, Russell Morris, Curtis Murray, Jack Myers, Harold Naber, Henry Newton, Robert Newton, Marion Northam, Lloyd Orto, Ralph Patterson, Walter Peoples, Robert Poland, Robert Ragland, Richard Rhoads, John Robinson, Dale Romig, Donald Romlg, Sam Septer, Robert Shamel, Bruce Simpson, George Smith, William Sproul, John Steen, James Tharp, Donald Truman, James Visintainer, Edward West, Victor -Q1 ilf 1,3 -.18 ai-J' ,Q 2.91 M O' th in Iii? 51:5 MBV, QW. . QI' H1 , '-mv. mludk f giiitxiuf. Q is 4 H fiiyai 4 my i , rm Q , Rl-ix A is 0 'ff Hwf axaqr I . H HSL! , - L m , xx A sian Wi' X' if if U Q 4 Hx G 3 iii' Sie' Harb " Q fi sl W' 'lf IM 632' 8, ii ff' 3 0? ll 'sw iii' , Y ff .Q 'ik 2 ig no A ' aww if ' df? Jax: . Qi? A tw M Eu iam ff' Lk Q PS2 J- liefib U iiii ii, 11 , m u, . vu. fund , Q-Wgggj b x 'K L .,, ' tl ' A Q, IQ, Q, kfrkvqf , ' wig CLASS HISTORY When a raft of timid, wide-eyed, green youngsters begin a battle against such a monster as Depression, that's history. So that's what l'll call our entrance into Uhrichsville High School. In the year of good old 1930 we began our mighty battle. For four years we strove together to attain the goal, "Graduation" Ev- ery battle has its merit and we believed in the maxim. "To the victor belong the spoils." Maybe we were a little silly at times, but even at that we weren't so different from other classes in that respect. Not only did we enjoy our social times, but we also managed to attain some excellent scholastic standards. just ask somebody who knows. We won't be at all surprised, if we turn out some outstand- ing mathematicians, scientists, poets, musicians, writers, business men and women, architects, dress designers, and-well, what have you? lt certainly is a jolt to all of us that our high school history has come to an end. But here's hoping we will always feel just a little pricking within, as we think of the days when we were that pesky, jolly, tramping, howling gang-the class of "34". Laura Watson. RGAN IZATIONS GIRL RESERVE CABINET THE GIRL RESERVES Under the leadership of Miss Vergie Mann, the Girl Reserves have been organized for four years. The club aims to create a Chris- tian and wholesome outlook on life, and to set high standards among high school girls. OFFICERS President ....... .......... .... B e tty Brakebill Vice President .... .... l lean Mitchell Secretary ..... . . . Betty Medley Treasurer .,................................. Laura Watson Other cabinet members of the G. A. are: Martha Fox, ,lean Huffman, Margaret Rush, Frances Russell, Em- malou Dumbauld, Susan Cooper, Evangeline Allman. GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION G. A. A. EXECUTIVE BOARD THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSGCIATION Primarily, the Girls' Athletic Association strives to maintain good sportsmanship and clean athletics among high school girls. Nliss Mildred Lenk and Nlrs. KI. W. Brown are the club sponsors. OFFICERS President ..,.... . . . Elizabeth Fowler Vice President . . .... Evelyn Fisher Secretary . . . . T . Laura Watson Treasurer . . . . , . Emmalou Dumbauld BLACK AND G OLD ORANGE MASQUE ORANGE MASQU E The Orange Masque was initiated this year under the supervision of Mr. Kinsey. The purpose ol the club is to study, to write, to act the Drama, and to become familiar with the leading dramatists. OFFICERS Most Exalted Masquer .....i................... Laura Watson Exalted Masquer .........,.................... jean Mitchell Masquer .........,....,......,.............. Betty Medley Tl-IE BLACK AND GOLD The Black and Gold is the high school newspaper published weekly in the Evening Chronicle by a capable student staff Editor-in-chief . Assistant Editor News Editor . . . Copy Editor . . . Feature Editor . Sports Editor . . Exchange Editor Columnist ..... Facul STA FF try. A'd'vi55r54Nligg 'Nii'1ie'f'55d 'Min' ' ' . , George Beck , . . Helen Smith Dick Doran Frances Russell . Laura Watson .Harold Dutton . Rosemary Steen jean Mitchell Aplin , - , X "' H --if BIOLOGY CLUB THE BIGLGCY CLUB The Biology Club is organized as a means of developing interest and knowledge ofthe study of nature. Nlr. Roach is the club sponsor. OFFICERS First Semester President ....,... ................... D eborah Armstrong Vice President ...... ................ ...... A l ma Schwab Secretary-Treasurer ....,................ ..... A lice Senft Second Semester President ...................................... john Reed Vice President ....................... . . . Wood lVlclVlasters Secretary-Treasurer ................... ...... A lice Senft THE PEP CLUB The Pep Club was organized last year under the supervision of Coach Query to arouse interest in high school athletics and promote sportsmanship. OrF1cERs President .......... ....,.,...... .... H e len Hutzler Vice President ........ .......... . . . Harold Dietrich Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . . Dick Metcalf VARSITY U. CLUB VARSITY U. The Varsity U was organized last year under the supervision of Coach Query to cooperate in promoting better athletics. OFFICERS President ..,.. . . . ,........... ..... j oe Smythe Vice President . . . ...,..... t . . john Woodard Secretary ..,.. ..,. H arold Dietrich Treasurer . . . . . . . Earl Colvin Hl-Y CLUB The Hi-Y has continued successfully this year under the leader- ship of lVlr. j. W. Brown. The club, a branch of the Y. Nl. C. A., strives to stimulate high moral standards among high school boys. OFFICERS President ........ . . ........ . , , Ben Westhafer Vice President ..,. .......... . . . . , . joe Smythe Secretary , .,.. , Noile Westhafer Treasurer . .... ,... D ick Metcalf THE ORCHESTRA Under the direction of Mr. Greco, the orchestra has continued to serve capably at school entertainments for three years. OFFICERS President ....... ..t,...., . . . jean Huffman Vice President .... . . . Martha Fox Secretary ...... .... H elen Smith Treasurer . . . . . . Frank Goodrich Pianist . . . .... Irma Andreas GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Girl's basketball is sponsored by the Girls' Athletic Association. Teams are chosen and inter-class tournaments are played. GIRLS' CHORUS Continuing under the direction of Miss McCollam, the Girls' Chorus has produced fine results and taken part in school programs and special Chapels. Pianists--Irma Andreas, Betty Handley SCPOLA RSHIP TEAM SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM Twenty seniors participated in the county senior scholarship test at New Philadelphia, March 24. Those who entered were: Doris Baldwin, Catherine Bender, Betty Brakebill, Keith Davis, Emmalou Dumbauld, Martha Fox, Her- man Gladman, Elnora Hunt, Willard jones, Duane Kinsey, Robert La Tourette, Betty Medley, jean Mitchell, Bill Quimby, Frances Russell, Petty Sarpalus, Albert Senft, Laura Watson, Price Wenger, Elda West. Those among the Hrst twenty, who placed in order of rank are: Herman C-ladman, Willard jones, Albert Senft, Bill Quimby, Martha Fox, Price Wenger, jean Mitchell, Robert LaTourette, Catherine Ben- der, Keith Davis, Betty Brakebill, Emmalou Dumbauld, Q-ff 1-' -,L T xuirrlcs - V ' Y , 5 ,L, aid: xl , f Q f S 2' s X X l x f Q- X 5' 7 , 1 , h ' p w an T U I A , S , K ' 'N W Sli.,-N 4 WY X 'J Qxlxjr X J ll M1 Ssgg 44' ' F vi. ,, ,-if-.T ,-if . wf FOOTBALL lt was an inexperienced Black and Gold team which started the season here with only five lettermen in the line-up. U. H. S. received the small end of a 12-0 score against Coshocton. On the twenty-third of September the team journeyed to Cam- bridge and had the game won until the last few minutes of play when their opponents made a touchdown to tie the score 12-12. On the following Saturday the team redeemed itself by winning the Mingo game 1-0. We lost the fourth game, playing a strong Newark team here on October 7, by a 25-0 score. On October 14 the team tied Nlillersburg 0-0 in an exciting game played on the Holmes County Boys' field. This was the second tie game of the season for the locals. The game with Dennison was another defeat, but the boys played a steady clean game, the final score was 26-0. lt was Booster Day in the Twin Cities and a large crowd attended the game. The strong undefeated Dover team gave the local fans an excit- ing game. Moreover U. H. S. was the only team that scored more than six points against them. For the first time in the history of the school, Newcomerstown defeated the locals by a 13-12 score in an exciting game played there on November 7th, On November 11, U. H. S. closed her football season losing by a score of 40-0 playing New Philadelphia. This was the last school game for Senft, Smythe, Goodyear, Dietrich, Metcalf, Woodard. Col- vin, Orr, and N. Westhafer, all of whom will be greatly missed next year. FOOTBALL Colvin .... . . . End Metcalf . . . . . . . . End Senft . . . Tackle Woodard .... . . Halfback Orr .... Guard Haverfield .... . . . Halfback Goodyear . . . . . . Center Stubbins .... . . Fullback Peckinstine Guard Price . . . Quarterback Mc1Vlasters Guard Lauver ...,... . . .Halfback Smythe QCaptainJ .... Tackle. B. Westhafer ....... Manager Parrish ........ . . . End SCORES U. H .... 0 Coshocton .... . . 12 U. H .... 12 Cambridge . .. . .12 U. H .. l Mingo ..... .. 0 U. H .... 0 Newark ..... ..25 U. H .... O Nlillersburg ..... 0 U. H .... 0 Dennison .... . .26 U. H .... 7 Dover .............. 46 U. H .... 12 Newcomerstown ...... 13 U. H ..,. 0 New Phila .,... .40 BASKETBALL SQUAD BASKETBALL Even though our basketball team wasn't so successful this year we're still proud of it, for the way it took its beatings and we still have our fighting spirit left. Uhrichsville's opener was won from Sugarcreek by a 33-27 score. The Cambridge game followed next with U. H. S. losing 16- 20. The next week Coshocton handed the locals another defeat. The Dennison lads defeated our team by three points the follow- ing week. The Querymen again lost, this time to the Steubenville boys, 20-27. The undefeated Dover team handed the locals a 30-16 score. New Phila., our rivals, won the next game 27-15. Again the Black and Gold team was defeated by Steubenville. Dover won the next game 37-15. U. H. S. lost to New Philadelphia 26-20, although it was one of the scrappiest games of the season. Undoubtedly the best game of the season was at Dennison when Dennison lost to U. H. S. 18-15. The team journeyed to Newcomers- town to win 28-18. Things looked better in the next tilt. Score- U. H. S. 50, Nlillersburg IQ. The last game of the season was with Zanesville with a score 48-20, in favor of the Zanesville team. EASTERN OHIO TOURNAMENT The first section of the Eastern Ohio Tournament was held at New Concord. Uhrichsville drew Cambridge for their first game in the tourna- ment and were defeated in a fast floor tilt 29-40. l. BEN WESTHAFER ----- Guard Ben has played his second year at Guard. Characteristic of a Captain he always kept the team in a lighting spirit. For a genuine reliable guard-we recommend "Ben", 2. JOE SlVlYTHE ------ Center This was joe's second year of Varsity basketball and is our star center. joe is a Senior and will certainly be missed on next year's team. 3. NOILE WESTHAFER ---- Forward "Noie" is our quick forward and dead shot. He always plays a line floor game as well as keeping alive the fighting spirit. This is his last year. 4. JOHN WOODARD ----- Forward When an extra point was needed, johnny always supplied it. Playing his first and last year of varsity basketball, he proved a valuable asset to this year's team. 5. CHARLES BURNS ----- Forward "Charlie" has played four years with the local basketball team and we are glad to welcome him to the Varsity group this year. His lighting spirit will long be remembered. 6. HERBERT COTTON - Guard This is "Herb's" lirst year as a varsity member. He gave a good account of himself in all games. He is a junior and undoubtedly will make a name for himself next year. 7. JACK PARRISH ----- Forward jack is another junior in whom U. H. S. places high hopes. jack has one more year in which to display himself and we are confident he will keep up his high standards shown this season. 8. BILL GOODYEAR ----- Manager Bill is the boy responsible for the neat appearance of our team. He has charge of the entire team's equipment, which is quite a job. We are proud to present him with the var- sity letter. COACH QUERY This is "Coach's" second year in U. H. S. Little material made his duty a diflicult one but typical of himself his teams showed great lighting spirit and grit. VARSITY BASKETBALL SCORES Sugarcreek ..... Cambridge . . . Coshocton . . . Dennison .... Steubenville .... Dover ......... New Philadelphia Steubenville . . . . Dover ......... New Philadelphia Dennison . . . . . . Newcomerstown . Millersburg ..... Zanesville . . . Cambridge .... RESERVE SCORES Sugaicreek .... Dennison . . . Steubenville .... Dover New Philadelphia Steubenville .... Dover ......... New Philadelphia Dennison ..... . Newcomerstown . Nlillersburg ..... TRACK 1933 Typical of the Black and Gold athletics the 1933 Track Team was a very successful one. On April 22, against Cambridge and Coshocton in a triangular meet held in Coshocton, U. H. S. took second place with sixty-one and a half points. Cambridge was first with sixty-live points and Coshocton was third with thirty-three and a half points. The following week, April 28, the Black and Gold easily won for the Alumni. U. H. S. scored seventy-one points to the Alumni's six points. EASTERN OHIO TOURNANlENT At the Eastern Ohio District Track Meet held at New Concord on May 6, 1933, U. H. S. took second place by a score of fifty-nine points. The boys were beaten by Bellaire, 1932 District champions. Scores of the meet were: Bellaire ....... .... I 1 1 Uhrichsville . . . . . . 59 Cambridge .... .. 49 Coshocton . . . . . . 19 CHEER LEADERS just as important to school athletics as student enthusiasm are those who lead the student yells. This year's cheer leaders are: Helen Hutzler - jean H ujjfman - George Hooker 1933 TRACK TEAM The 1933 Track Team and the events in which they usually took part were: lVlcConkey-100 yard dash, shot-put, broad jumpg Hart- man-Shot-put, javelin, hurdlesg Peckinstein- Mile rung NlcNlast- ers-I-ligh jumpg lVlyer-Pole vaultg Goodrich-Pole vaultg B. Westhafer-Half mile, broad jumpg Nlargnoni-Discusg Woodard- Hurdlesg N. Westhafer-Hurdlesg Brown-440-yard dash, 220-yard dash, broad jumpg Orr-Mile rung Andreatta-440-yard rung Samp- son-IOO-yard dash, 880 relayg Nlurray-Relays, 100 yard dash. THE FIRST ECHO "The Echo" is a much older High School Annual than most of its present day readers would ever suppose. The earliest issue was found this year in the papers of the late Mrs. Maurice Moody, with the following heading: "The Echo" Uhrichsville, Ohio, Feb. 27, 1868. Volume l. No. l. Motto: "Take Care of Number One." Published by Miss Clara Keepers and 'Miss Mary Smith These two young ladies were then not quite sixteen years of age and three years later Miss Keepers became Mrs. Maurice Moody, and Miss Smith became Mrs. Emerson R. VanOstran. This first number is in neat hand-writing on foolscap paper, nineteen pages of two col- ulmns each, bound in Magazine form, which was read to the High School at the special exercises the last day of the school term. lt begins with a long four column editorial of welcome, apology, comment on school life, and ends with a humorous eulogy of john Smith, jr., fwho is still living at Q0 years of age in North Water Streetj for his alleged invention of "Non-explosive Candles that will save the lives of untold millions and make him world famous." The next contribution is a Poem entitled "Loved and Lost", by Mrs. Clara Forbes who was the mother of Mr. Charles Forbes on Par- rish Street, and who had quite a reputation for her verses. Some of the titles of other articles, many of which bring in the names of High School students and teachers are: "Early Friendships", "The Power of Music", "A Bachelor's Lazy Days", "Why Mr. Fribley must do the Churningn, "Dying for a Kiss", "Gossipping", "Plain Truth", besides many short verses, conundrums, anecdotes, and "Wise- cracks" reminiscent of later "Echoes", For example, "The following very good Rules have been adopted in the U-ville High School. No Tobacco Chewing in the High School, No Kissing the Girls in the Entry, No Snapping Apple Seeds at the Teacher, No Novels Allowed in the Schools". The members of the High School are not listed, but the following names are mentioned: Professor Harding, Professor Reed, john Smith, jr., Mrs. Clara Forbes. W. Fry, George Moor, Dave Watt, Kitty Giles, Ruth Bukey, Emma Dunning, james Stratton, Hattie Van Blarcom, Thomas Maxwell, Ida Redfield, Isaac Keepers, Lucy Ferguson, Mary Gorley, Forbes O'Donnell, Anna Fredenburg, Lottie O'Donnell, Mason Wilcoxen, joseph Maxwell, Mat Herrick, Saman- tha Burns, Emerson VanOstran, Albert Holmes, Mary Smith, and Clara Keepers. Of these names, many of which will be remembered by older cit- izens, only two are known to be living, Mr. john Smith, jr., of Uh- richsville, and Mrs. Ida Redfield Maxwell, of St. Louis, Mo. PATRONS Green Studio Greenlee's Grocery Greenberg Fruit Market Hill-McKee Company Hicks Furniture Company Dean Hooker Hunt Shoe Company Dr. F. S. johnson, D. C. johnson's Hardware j. H. Kirkpatrick K1Hill Service Company Kleanall Kleaning Ko. Kopp Kandy Ko. Kroger Store B. A. Latto L. and F. Tire Shop T. Lanning 81 Company P. G. Lanning Sz Son R. K. Lindsey J. W. Lytle Main Street Tire Shop Don Marshall j. R. Matson Maurer 81 Maurer F. B. Maurer Men's Shop, R. Roby F. A. Mazurie Metropolitan Store George Miller's Restaurant W. H. Miller Coffee Shop Dr. W. P. Mitchell Dr. P. H. Miller G. J. Morgan C. E. Molesworth McMaster's Beauty Shop M. 81 K. Store j. j. McCauley 81 Son McGowan Bros. Company Anderson Memorial Company Ashliman's Market Atlantic 81 Pacific Tea Company Dr. Anderson Baker's Drug Store Basle's Confectionery j. S. Beck F. j. Beitler Boca Chico Sugar Company Dr. F. A. Bowers john Browning Hotel Buckeye Cash Dr. j. W. Calhoun Cecil's Service Station Chronicle Company City News Stand H. H. Clantz Clay City Pipe Company Coco Cola Bottling Works Cooper's Dry Cleaning Company R. A. Cox Disher Candy Company Disher-Davis Milk Company E. C. Downes Grocery F. M. Dunn's Garage Evans Pipe Company Evans Grocery Fairall's Construction Company First National Bank, Dennison Friends W. R. Gallagher john Gardner H. j. Gibbs Robert E. Gooding F. E. Gooding Louis Green's Restaurant F. D. Natale Newton's Grocery Ohio Vitritied Pipe Company M. A. Hazel Ohler Pafundo 8K Company Parr's Clothing Store Peoples Store j. j. Pearch Lumber Company Henry Pittis Potts Barber Shop j. R. Purser Quimby Bakery Company, Inc. Dr. Rainsberger Mrs. j. C. Rayl G. W. Reed P. F. Reed Ludwig Ries, jr. Rentch Bros. Roanoke Grill Alex Robinson Herb Robinson D. Romig Insurance Agency C. A. Romig A. T. Romig Sam Rome's Grocery Rush's Barber Shop A. Schwartz Scott's Insurance Agency Dr. C. W. Sheppard 62 Taxi Company j. E. Smith H. O. Snyder 81 Son Spear's News Agency Spillman's Meat Market H. C. Spring W. B. Stevens State Theatre Dr. G. W. Stewart Stewart's Sea-Food Market Anna C. Sullivan Dr. S. R. Thrush C. H. Todd, Fraternal Produc fl0I'lS Twin City Dry Cleaning Company Twin City Greenhouse Tweed Hardware Company Twin City Electric Company Twin City Hardware Company Twin City Grocery Company Twin City Lunch Room H. xl. Uhrich 81 Son Ed. P. Uhrich Uhrichsville Ice Company Uhrichsville Music Study Club R. B. VanLehn Wade Electric Service Wardell's H. W. Westhafer 81 Son Western Union C. E. Wheland White Lily Oil Company j. W. White Company Wilcoxon Hardware Company G. W. Wiest Dr. R. A. Wilson R. E. Wolf, Nl. D. BOLONEY D. Metcalf-You look sweet enough to eat, Martha. M. Fox-I do eat, where shall we go? Mr. Aplin-I'm glad to see you've stopped talking, Noile. N. Westhafer-I-Iave patience, I'm only having my rest period. Freshman-What is an Indian woman called? Bright Senior-A squaw. Freshman-What is an Indian baby called? Bright Senior-A squawker, of course Mr. Aplin-joe, how would you punctuate this sentence? "I have only ten dollars-ten dollars and two cents, to be exact". joe Smythe-I think there would be a dash after the ten dollars. Charles Grubbs Qln Englishj-Who wrote the "Arabian Nights"? Mr. Aplin-The writer is anonymous. Charles Grubbs-Was he an English author? Miss Lenk-"Herman, will you please run up the blind"? H. Gladman-"I'm not much of an athlete-but I'll try". Freshie fin Home Economicsj--I-Iave some pie, Mr. Roach? Mr. Roach-Is it compulsory? Freshie-No, apple. Keith Davis fat B. B. game, when foul was calledj-I don't see any feathers. Willard jones-Sh-h-h, this is a picked team. Mrs. Robinson fat 3 a. m.j--Doctor, come quick, Herbie has swal- lowed a bottle of ink. Doctor Csleepilyj-Feed him a blotter until I get there. john Woodard-Nlr. Cooper-er-r-r, that is, I would like to-I mean I have been going with your daughter a long time. Mr. Cooper-Well! What do you want, a pension? A g Mr. Aplin-What was the knocking at the end of the murder scene in Macbeth? Albert Senft-That was Duncan kicking the bucket Ben Westhafer-I learned to dance in one night. Laura Watson-I thought so. Harold Dietrich tin Columbus?--Hello, is this the weather bureau? Uh, huh. Harold-How about a shower this afternoon? I dunno. If you need one, take it. Nlr. Blair-'When do the leaves begin to turn? Ralph Best-The night before exams. "Yes, sir, I have been on this bus for four years," boasted the driver of the Westchester Express. "Is that so," chimed in Thurman Tope. "Where did you get on"? Josephine Treadway-He's so romantic, whenever he speaks to me he starts "Fair Lady"- Mary jean Dooling-Oh, that's force of habit. He used to be a street car conductor. Teacher-"What is an octopus" ? Latin Student-"It's an eight-sided cat". Boy-Say, I'm just about to burst into song. Second Boy-Wait a minute and I'll give you the key. Earl Colvin-"Is the Boss in ?" Elnora Hunt-"Are you a salesman, a bill collector, or a Friend"? Earl Colvin-"All three". E. I-lunt-"He's in conference just now. He's out of the city. Step right in". , Ross Miller-It was a trout of enormous size. I tell you I never saw such a fish. I-larry Wiers--I believe you. EI-HIHEII " THRUUGH ll.l. aa wzoaounnnr I ,V , . , f f .. 1 .' 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