Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)

 - Class of 1935

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We wish to express our gratitude to the many patrons who have made this publication a success. no fxgiitggo' 1 53? t 3 -2- We, the Class of "35", do dedi this Echo to our "coach", ISIIJL CQIJEH SI -3- cate UHRICHSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL THE ECHO STAFF Editor-in-Chief .............................. joan Robinson Business Manager ....................,........ john Erskine Business Staff .... james Haverfield, jerome Nliller, Robert Wagner xEelitorial Staff ............ Helen Thompson, Evangaline Allman, Qww-7"Helen Hutz Tracy Price, Harold Dutton, Helen Smith, Susan Lillian Bender. Faculty Advisor .................... .... Nl r. Shimp -5 - fi H. B. GALBRAITH Superint endent of Schou! , fy ,, Y Q' SAMUEL SHIMP Principal of High School HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY H. G. Galbraith Samuel Shimp . Adela McCann . Ralph E. Covert Vergie Mann . . Charles Aplin .... , . Sarah Miller . . Clifford Blair .... john Riffer .... L. S. Roach . . . jason Mitchell . Ethel McCollam William Query . W. B. Cory . . . j. W. Brown . . Martha Thomas Mildred Lenk . . Phyllis Devine . D. E. Greco . . . FACULTY . . . . . . . A. B.g LL. B-Ohio Northern . . . .B. S. Mt. Uniong M. A. Ohio State . . B. S. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State , .,,.................. A.B.Ohio B.S.OhioState .. A. B. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State A.B.Otterbein ..... .. B. A. Muskingum ........ A. B. Thielg Ohio State A.B.gA.M.Ohio . . . B. S. in Ed. Wilmingtong Oberlin . . . B. M. Bethanyg Peabodyg Oberlin B.S.Wooster . . . A. B. Wooster S.Ohio B.A.inEd.Ohio . . . . A. B. Ohiog A. M. Cincinnati . . . . B. S. C. in Ed. Ohio State . . . . . . Instrumental Music -9- 51: V , gn-pi" ka It--nf" UHRICHSVILLE'S FIRST HIGH SCHOOL -10- -Hi SENIOR CLASS ORoAN1zAT1oN President .... .. john Robinson Vice President . . . . Helen Smith Secretary . . . . Ella Gladman Treasurer .. . john Erskine Sponsors-Miss Lenk, Miss lVlcCann, Mr. Aplin, Nlr. Blair Class F lower-Yellow Tea Rose Class Color-Blue and Silver Evangeline Allman Irma Andreas Shirley Barr Thelma F. Bean Dorothea Brown Jule Brown Eileen Clarke Helen Cole Susan Cooper Faye Craigo Helen Craigo Margaret Crites Elizabeth Dodds Pauline Draghi Ann Dudziak Edith Dunkle Vada Edwards Lula Ferrell Helen Fouts Clara Galli Ella Gladman Dorothy Gray Naomi Hackett Frances Hines Mary Huber Helen Hutzler Veda Johnson Frances McCauley June McConkey Ruth McMillen Dorothy Metzger Lillian Passeri Elizabeth Pedicord Geraldine Pickering Joan Robinson Wilma Russell Helen Smith Gertrude Tedrick Helen Thompson Dorthea Trueman Ina Ward June Wineman Doris Wingard Julia Zavasky Lillian Bender Katherine Perdue Clyde Armstrong John Babcock Cletus Browning Charles Carnes Herbert Cotton James Cox Conrad Creager Kelso Creager Richard Cummings Ernest Cutlip Archie Dalpiaz Donald Davis Paul Demuth Richard Doran Clarence Dunkle Harold Dutton Paul Edwards John Erskine Jerome Miller Eugene Fairall Charles Galbreath Bert Gilmore Frank Goodrich Donald Hall James Haverlield Hugh Hitchcock George Hooker Don Hollingsworth Jack LaPorte Melvin Lauver Wesley Lindsay William Lingafelter Aldon Lint Walter McKinney John McMillen Herman Morris Paul North Eugene Page Jack Parrish Orelio Pickenstein Kelly Price Tracy Price Norman Randall Earl Rectanus Robert Rosenberry Edwin Roth Earl Salmon Howard Shull Ralph Simpson William Spencer Charles Stevenson James Stubbins Robert Wagner Roy Walker William Young DOROTIIEA TRCEMAN C. R. 3, 45 G. A. A. 1, 41 lfx. 2. 35 Glu' Club 2. 3. 4. liYANGl2l.lNl2 ALLMAN G. A. A. lg lix. 2, 3, 45 G. R. 2, 45 Czlbinct 3: I lop Club 43 Glen Club I. 2. 45 Bin. Club 2: Black X Gold J, 35 Copy Editor 45 Iicho Staff: Dramatic Clubg Athletic Council. -IOHN RABCOCK "lf qllivtiiixm indivutvd wi.m'm11 John would 114- ll library." SlllRl.liY BARR fi. R. 4, "N0':'z'r rruss and rimw' .runfvffy Always sfwrf and nlvwiys lmfvfvyj lfmm 'l'iMvc'rnnne she is indvvd A lrusiy frirnd in c':'z'ry m'cu'." HERBERT COTTON Football Squad 2. 3: V il r sity 45 Basketball Squad I, 2: Varsity 3, 45 Truck 25 Varsity 3. 45 l'ep Club 2, 3. 45 Class Treas. 35 Hi-Y 3: Treas. 45 Athletic Council 1. 2, 3: Sm-cy. 4: Varsity "U" 3. 4, CLYDE ARMSTRONG "Life is short and so am I. But that docsrft bathgr me. All the boys that arg ml! say, 'If'.v slmrf. I'd like' to I1e.' " IRMA ANDREAS G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, 11. R. 2, 3, 45 Glee Club l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 25 Latin Club 25 Orchestra 3, 45 Pianist J. 4. CLETUS BROWNING Track 1, 2, 3, 4. "Cletu.v. ix. an. athlete proud, And always minglcx with the cro'wd." l.Il.l.IAN BENDER Pep Club 2, 3, 45 Dra- matics Club 35 Glee Club 1. 2, 35 Class OfHcer 25 G. R. 2, 35 Cabinet 45 G. A. A. I, 2, 35 Ex. 45 Scholarship Tc-am5 Echo Stall. 'I'I I IiI.NI.X If. IIIE.-XX lim lu frrcrzdx 111 vrvrv !l1'l' ufluh 'rnrv H1115 11111-I' lu' .mid uf filly." Vt JNILXII l'IIIC.XfiICR Qufvl .vHlilI' ami lu'1'r1lc- ling vyc-- Hf,l'fI' 414 mn' I I 'rx mr .nr rvlmf ll'I.Ii IIRUXYX 1 I I.. lx. 4, l., .X. .X. 4. 1 .: A 'uh I'up lIuIv 4 I lim KI I'rvs. 4' MIQL' Club 4 I 1 ScI1nI:u'- IIIJLCIX N I IIIII 4 ship Iczlm 4. ' 'KIKIINGS IiIt'II.XIxI1lL IK-In I'IuIn 2. 3, 4: III-Y I 3, 4, :XII mlvtir l'uunciI 3: IJr:1111:11ic t'IuIn .Ig 'I'r:1cIX Mgr, 3. I'.II.I'I'Y VI..-XIIIQIC A m I.. Ix. I 4, l'rp Llub J, 4: I-In-vKIuI1l2II..X.:X. , . I3 Inn. IIIIIU ll I.:Il1n lAI11Im J. IXNIICS S'I'I'IIIIINS I7. II. I 3 Varsity 2, 3, 45 II. II, .IZ 'IIl'1IL'Ii I, 3: Van'- sily I' 2. 3. 4: III-Y Z. I7IlRIVI'IIIE.-X IZRUXYN li. A. .X II Ifx 2, 3, 42 M. R. 2, 3. -IC I'L'p CIIIII 3, 42 Iiiulugy l'IuI1 23 UIUC iIx1Im I, 2, 3, 4. KICI SO FRILXISICIQ "Tn -:x'm'rwv lilllv, lu .rludy lvxx, Tlmlfv my imlvu nf lm,"l'lf 1n'.v.v." ICRNIQST II. VlI'I'I.II' ScImI:lrsI1ip IIQVIIIII 4. Hifi und Imld and full of Ilmnyflll. ln' lmrmav ull that Ill' ix Iuughi, and ivllvu his lL'lII'IIilIIl Iluys un' lflilll'-AVIIIL' fvlmlv fvillv rwu-ld llv will lmrm' funn. .XRCIIIIQ Il.XI.I'I.XZ "Ix'I'vu .wlrxc and rummmz svrzsv, film' .mrzrv .vclzxv room for 1mr1.wn.w. DONALD R, DAVIS "A little nousernrc More and than is VL'll-.Vllfli by ilu' In-st of men." SUSAN COOPER Scholarship Team: Asst. Iibr. 4: lj. R. 2: Cab. 3, 4: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 43 Glee Club 2, 3: Pep Club 2, 31 Bio. Club 3: Latin Club 23 lfehn Staff. RICHARD F. DORAN Bio. Club Z3 Sec. and 'I'1'eas. 21 Pep Club 2, 3, 4: Orange Masque 3: V. Pres. 33 Black 81 Gold 2, 3: Assl. Editor -lg Hi-Y 2, 3. FA Y E CRAIGO cz..'x.A. 1, 2,51 Ex.-1: G. R. 2, 3, 4: Bio. Club 2: Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Glee Llub 2, 3. .X N JOHN ERSKINE Hi-Y 3. 4: Pep Club 33 See.-'l'reas. 4: Black 81 Gold 3. 4: Orange Masque 3: Class 'l'rL-as. 4: Schol- arship Team: Echo Staff. HELEN COLE Bio. Club Z3 Glee Club 1, 2, 4. Eyes sky blue that :mile at you And a cheery heart tlml'.r .vtancli and true. PAUL DEMUTH "1 take life as it comes and if it doexrff cvznv, I lake it anyway." HAROLD DUTTON Hi-Y 2, 3: Pres. 43 Bio. Club 33 Pres. 2: Pep Club 3, 43 Class Pres. 25 Class V. Pres. 3: Black 81 Gold I, 2, 3, 45 Orange Masque 33 Echo Staff: Scholar- ship Team. PAUL EDWARDS Eyes of blue and a smile so true-- Paul would make ix hit with you! HELEN CRAIGO "Happy am I, from cuff' I'm free, I hope I can always, this way, be." ,IAM ICS lIAX'liRI'IITI,IJ lliAY 2, 3. -IZ Y. l'rc-s 3 XYZITSIIQ' "lm J, 3, 43 IR-lx l'lub 2. 33 'lirnck Nlgr. I 3 ll. ll, Mgr. I. 2. I, -I: I", li, Ynrs. 2. 3, -Ig l'l:1ss l'rm-s. .Ig lfulum Stull: Svllnml 'l'rl':1s YICIJQX ICIJXYIXRIJS 1lrrl'Iu1n in lwiyllzl. llllgll' in zlvliylll, Ulu' uf flu' nmxl f'lmr.vr'uy1 nf xigfllfx. lilililililf IIUCIKIQK l'1-In Club 7 I 4' lf ll, I.. Ill I-I-I IS.- lNIN,XI.lJ llHI.l.IN1lSWIIR'I'Il .XIl1. QHLIIICII I: lruclq I: lim. Club 33 Ii, IR, Sflllllll 3: Ynrs. 23 l'm-p Vlub J: Ili-Y -I. NI liI.X'I N I,.Xl'X'lCR If. li, Vzmrs. I, J. 3, 4 ll. li. Squml I, 2, .lg Pup l'lub 3, 43 Yllrs. "U" LZ, I, 4: llm, llub J. ':u's. -I: Y:u's. "lm -I3 ll. Ilxtllllllllxlfl ANN DVDZI.-XK 11. Ie. 3, 1, 4, ma. fx. ,x. 2, 3, -lg lliu. Club 2. k'Il.'XRl.liS C.-XRNIQS U-S1fl'l'f'I, is s1'lf'1'r but .vi- lwln' ix yulclmlf' If this IY Hu' mln' Clmrlvs ought I0 fIu7'1' lllllffl '!d'1'clHll. l.L'I.A IFIQRRIELI. ll. R, 2, .I, -Ig li. A. A. I, 1. 3, -Ig llcp Club J, -lg 1.11 l ' l I 8: ' in Clux -Q Bac: lmlml -li Hlem- Club l, 2, -I: SCllUlIlI'Sl1llI 'l'c:uu. ,IACK l..'X l'OR'l'lC 'l1I'JlCli 3. -13 ll. li. Squml 2: Vurs. 3, 4: liiu. Club lg Pep Club 2, 3. -I1 lli- Y I I 4' V'xr' "lm -I ,.., , us. . ll lfl FY If0L"I'9 44. fx. A-x. 1, 1, J, v. Inu. -l, ll. R. 2, .l. X. l'rcs. -I: Pep Club J, 3, 41 llin. Club 33 lllslclf X llulml -I: klnss Sec. 3. MARGARET CRITES nz. A. A. 1. 2. 5, 4. G. R. 3. -l: Biology Club 2: l'cp Club 2, 3, -4. lil'l1l?Nl? FAIRALL Tull mm' sum-v und lots of fun lfllflflll' luuglzs fill day ix douv, BICRT KEIIXVIORIT Hi-Y 4. Tlmuyh Her! has u studi- ous uir, Ilv has always u rlzrlvklf' or Iwo lu' vuu xpurv. l'AL'l.lNli DRAIZHI If lllflflllfl fu lrriglrt, Poul- lllt' lllokvx up for if fu uliurzu. DON HALL ll!-X 42 Pep Club 3, 4. lfVe'rz' Proud to lmrc' nu urlixt iu our group, und Ilorfs "il." JEROME MILLER Hi'Y 3: Soc, 43 Pup Club 33 V. Pros. 4, Or- ange Masque 3: Black Sz Gold 43 Biology Club 2, 33 Football squad 3: Vnrs. 43 B. B. squad 3, 4: Var- sity lf -lg Echo Stall. CHARLES GALBREATII B. B. Squad 2, 3, -4, Football Squad Z3 Vurs. 3, 41 Biology Club .ZZ Pup Club 2, 3, 43 Orcln-slrzl I, 3. l2LlZABIi'1'H DOIJDS Biology Club 22 filer l'luh 3. lllodest und swevl. Perf und uvut. FRANK IZOODRICII Hi-Y 3, -lg Pep Club 2, .lg Biology Club 21 Ur- chestrzl 1, 3: l.br. li Pres. 4: Vnrs. l' 31 Tf2lCk 31 B. B. Squad 2, 3: Alb. Council 2. HUGH HITCI-IC! JCK Hi-Y -lg Scllolnrsllip 'll-:uu Hugh .vhoulzl be I1 great scientist-He Im: found the correrf forruulu for zu IA.l'l ug A'nrm'Imlg1v and unuxcusv. Xlll XX' HSI IQY l.I X IDSICY lx umny lllcfl, su vm IIIIIIIJN, I wgwulv lzix 'urn fvuy. ,XLIJUX I,lN'l' l'n lu' Uffl-l'll'llf in ll qu way, lml ix my uim fllftlllfl mil t'llL'll ll'll'V.H 'l'llsC:lr':1w:ns l'.l.l..X l,I.AIJfNlfXX fly lvl ll- Ull CIIIUC 10 HS 1-f0llI zulu Club lg liiu. Club , Class Soc. 4, Asst. 1 I lb, I 3 Sclmlzlrsllip 'll-:uu. W .lflllx NlCKlll.l.l':N Scllulursllip 'l.L'ilIll A lilrlu xumrl, ll lilllv gm' fl .mrl nf Imlfrx umm. NXUMI ll.M'Kl'f'I"l' K., R. J, 3, l.. .X. A. 3, flu- llub l, J, .43 l'e1m llub J. NYIl.l.lAM l.lNlQ.'Xl7lCl.'l'liR lilo. Club 2, HLY 3, 43 VL-p Club 2, 3, 4g .-Nth. Llounuil 4. FLQXRA lI.'Xl.l.I Dlzrlc curls v.rfu'v.vx quiet f7l'l7Iltj', but :lurk uyvx lndfzkll' will: ll hint nf lrwvly wit. W.Xl.'l'l2R MCKINNDZY "l.ifv is om' fmlrtlz zmrls. and llzrm' fnurlhx fun. I lulcc rlzc tllrvv ftlllfffll' for my .vlmrv." DOROTHY GRAY Slim and win' with smil- ing 1'-VBS. Il0l'Ufllj"X c'l14'z'r-V XTx'4'1'l llliglllllit' Tal.-rx vuulz aluy llllUflll'V rrisv. HIQRMAN MORRIS Ili-Y 41 PL-p Club 3, 4. ll'llllI'5 lifz' is lull tl just." PAUL NORTH "lV0rry and I l11z1'e IlL"Z'U7' mot." Paul Comes from Ashtabula MARY A. HCBER Li. R. Z, 3, 4: Glec Club 2, 3, 4: Bio. Club lg Asst. l.ibr. 4. JACK PARRISH lli-Y 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Bio. Club 2: F. B. Squad 2: Vnrs. 3: Ath. Council 2: Pres. 4: Vzlrs. "U" 3, 4: Class Sec. 3: B. B. 2: Vzirs. 3, 4: Orch- cstrlzl 4: V. Prcs. 4. VEDA JOHNSON ".S'1'Jence is better Hum euifffy clmtter-am! dan? we all agree? KELLY PRICE F. B. Mgr. I. 2, 3, 4: WVrustliug 4: Ath. Coun- cil l, 3: Vars, "U" 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Hi-Y 4: Or- chustrn 5, Sec. Sz Treas. 4: Scholarship Tcruu. FRANCES HINES Full of sweet indiffer- ence. Ye shall know her by her smile. EUGENE PAGE Hi-Y 45 Pep Club 4. "Honor lies in honest toil." HELEN HUTZLER G. A. A. 2, 3, 4: G. R. 2, 3: Cab. 4: Pep Club 2, Pres. 3, 4: Asst. Cheer Leader Z: Hcad Cllcur Leader 3, 4: Bio. Club 2: Echo Stall. ORELIO PTCKENSTEIN H H , Vars. U 1, 2, 3. 4: F. B. Squad I, 2: Vzurs. 3, 4: B. B. Squad I, 2, 3: Vars. 4: Track Vzirs. I, 2, 3, 4. FRANCES MCCAULEY Joy is in lwr rosy fl1L'l'-- Laughter in her eye And she newer .vlmfus Il trace Of the faintrxt xiylz. ,ll'Nl'l MQVUNKICY IQ. .'X. A. I, 2, 33 llrus, . , . Ig I.. R. .L 41 In-p llulw 3 NIJRfNl.'XX R.XNlJ.'Xl.I. "I mu :ml nf ilu' hzllciuy .wrlg lur my flvmls .rf'v11.'.' jul' llll'. ll! IRI l'I'llY NI li'I'Z1 I ICR "lik llffx' In ln' mllurul 'IUIIUII hvnlfm' lmlnrullvv uint RI llllfR'l' RUSIQNIII-IRRY lhuslwtlmll -I: Ifmztlrnll I. 3, .Ig Vnrs. 43 Ili-Y 3, 41 l'cp iluln -I. Inl'.lf.'Xl.l,lXl'. VILQKICRINIQ I.. R. 3, 45 lk-p Llub 5: liiulugy Cluly J, .Ig l.:1lin Ilulr 2, 3, -I. 'l'R.'XL'Y l'RlL'lC .Xll1. Council lg lf. IL I squml I, -1 Vzlrs. 5, -I1 Biology Club 23 Lnliu Clulm lg HLY Z, 3, -I3 l'n-p Llulx 2, 3, -I3 Dru- mulxcs llulr A: Nurs. l 3, -I3 lllzlclf Sz Kmlml .I, 43 SCl'l0lIll"SllIll 'lk-:Img liclm Stull. Rl"l'll fXlcINlII.I.IiN lliulugy flnlm li lllw: flulv I, -I. "As uwrry as flu' day is fully." ICA Rl. RICCTAN U5 'fu lfurl lijl- is 11111 lllrvv tvords-l.i:'U. l.u1'L'. llllll' Lllllflll. lil.IZAlSli'l'll PICIJICORII ll. R. 3, -Ig l.ulin flulm jg Iliulugy l'lulu 33 Iilec iluln I, 2, 4. ICIJWIN RUTH A nmru L'0lIX4'l-L'IIfI'U!l.Y wnrlsvr .Y4'7'L'I' Could bv found, Ur ll mum' dcnmlnlc fer- .YUH 'IW ulivuyx lmm' around. JOAN ROBINSON G. R. 3, Prcs. 4: Class Pres. 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Orange Masque 3: Latin Club Pres. 4: Scholarship Texuu 4: Editor-in-chief.. HOXYA R D SHULL Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4: F. B. Squad. .ll11.r1'c, wlicn soft 'voicvs 1lir',,f'ibratuJ in flu' mam- ary. HELEN SMITH ti. R. 2, 3: Cab 4: G. A. A. 4: Latin Club 2, 3, Y. Pres. 4: Bio. Club Z, 3: V. Pres 2, Pep Club 3: Dramzltics Club 3: Glue Club 2, 3. 4: Class Officer 4: Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4: Black Sz Gold 2. 3, Editor-in-chief 4: Schol- arship Team 4: Echo Stall WILLIAM SPENCER Kno'zl'lcdge m'1'Ur learn- vzl nf sclmal. IIELIZN THOMPSON Ki. A. A. I. 2, 3, Ex. 43 G. R. 2, 3, Cab. 4: Dramaties Club 3: Latin Club 2: Black Sz Gold 2. 3, Lit. Editor 4: Bio. Club 2, 3, Pres. 2: Pep Club 4: Glen- Club 4: Scholarship T1-zmi: Echo Stall. EARL SALMON A quiet and 1l11LlSXllHllIlg lad of sterling wortli. WILMA RUSSELL tiles Club 2, 3, 4: li. R. 2, 3. Speech is sil'i'er,' Silence is golden. RALPH SIMPSON "Greater men than I lmwe lived. but I d0n't I1f'lier'c it 1" HERTR L' DE TEDRICK The lesx people speak of lllflif yrmlllzess the more :ep think of it. CHARLES STEVENSON Bio. Club 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Hi-Y 4: F. B. l, 3: Varsity "U" 4: B. B. Squad 1, 2, 3: Varsity 4. INA WAHI? . I . 11. ,X.1X. I,J, .I, 4, I111 ' 1 IIIIII -. 3, -I. II l1111 .111 TVN. ' 1' 1111121 .x'l11' 1l111'.v I4f1IlIilQ'l' WXGXICIQ 1:11111 LIIIID 3: II111. LIIIII " II1I .I, 41 IICII IAIIIII 2, I, -I: ITIICIQ .Ig In IE. s1111:11I 7 Q 1. I, 1 -..,-1. 1. . s41l111I J, 3. I I: Iiluck K 1111111 3. -lg N'I111I:11's ' I1111 T1-11111: Dru- 111:1lics L-IIIIIQ I-IcI111 5I:1II. liI1I'I'II I1I'NIiI.Ii 1-I lr1jl1' 111111i1'.vI, 11 I1'1'fl1' .Vfl'I', H111 .vI1ll 11 l11'1'11l1'l1' III! l11'1' 1'-1'1'," III I IAN I'.XSSIiRI "l"1'11' ll1i1111.r 1111- 11111111.1- .1'1'l1l1' 111 11'1'l1'111'111-1- 11111l .vA'1'll." IIII.I.I.XYX1 YUVNIQ "l11111fl If l!11'1'1' IIl4l-V I11' 11 II1111' ':1'l11'11 1'1111 1'1111'I " lx.-X I III:IQI NIC I'IiRIJl'Ii ".X'l11' 1.1 1,111'1'l, 111111i1'5l 111111' shy, H111 11 :1'1' 111 l11'1' 1'v1' 11lIl1 of fun l111'k.v ,I.-XM IES XY. COX "Il1' 1'1111 x1111'11' fc'I11'11 111' 1'1111'I .my ll f1'11r1i. H1' 1'1111 .v111il1' 1141011 hc 1'1111 11111 171' l11'111'1f H1' 1'1111 .YHIIVIC 1111y 11'1111'.' llllj' l1I111'1', 1111yf1'l11'1'v." DORIS VVINCARID G. R. 2, 3, 4: C. A. A. I, 2.3.41 IU.-p CI11I13,4g IJIIIII QIllIl I, 2, 3, 43 Glu' QAIIIII I, Z, 3, 43 III:1cI4 ii IIIOICI 4. ROY XVALKER "Tl11' 1111111 1111111 bl11.vl1z'.v I5 1101 q111'te tl br11I1'." ,I L'NIC WINICMAN L.. R.-1g11IecLI11I1 I. 2, ig Pep Club 43 Iliu, Club Z3 I.:11in QiIIlIl 2: III:1ck N G11I1I -I: SCIIOIZIfSIlII5 11-11111. ,ILTLIA ZAVASKY Bin. L'I11I1 2, ScI111I:1rsI1ip 'I'e:1111. I1 is 11'1'll 111 1111-Ill! wvll, If is 11'if'1'111' 111 111'l '11'1'Ilf' CIARIZNCIC IJLINKLH "R11fl11'1' s11111ll, ll sur! uf lL'1l.x'1'. TIIL' fyfu' 111110 11l71'11y.v Ir1'1'.v 111 j1l1'11X1'." JUNIOR CLASS ORGANIZATION President .... .. Betty Handley Vice President . . . . Mercedes Herron Secretary . . . Bill Simpson Treasurer . . . . ..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dick Petry Sponsors-Mr. Riffer, Miss Thomas, Nliss Miller, lVlr. Roach Elizabeth Aeschliman Alberta Ault Deborah Armstrong Armintha Barnhill Adelphia Barnes Helen Jean Bowditch Edna Belle Brown Verna Burroway Jean Carnes Dorothy Clarke Pauline Clarke Helen Mae Creagcr Mary Juan Cordrey Betty Cox Helen L. Dreher Vivian Edwards Frances J. Elvin Thelma Engstrom Thelma Fawcett Rebecca Fouts Bettv Handley Virginia Henry Mercedes Herron Geraldine Hormell Alice Marie Hunt Virginia Hurless Eileen Jackson Inez Johnson Kathryn Kauffman Betty E. Keith Irma J. Kinsey Betty Law Julia Long Helen Marstrelli Alberta McConkey Thelma McKee Mary Mitchell Jennie Natoli Shirley G. Pearch Betty Peters Helen D. Renneckar Phyllis Romig Jeanne Ann Russell Hazle Schulze Alma Schwab Florence Shean Betty Snyder Marjorie Sproul Willow Starkey Louis Bosio Robert Carnes William Carnes Arthur Carrothers Ernest Craft Louis Decaminada Robert Devine Russell Ebken Donald Dunn Harry Edwards Carl Fisher Marion Freshwater Paul Furbay Earl Gram James Green Richard Goulden John Gowins Dick Hand Glen Hennis Walter Howard Roger Hurless Stanley Kleski Gail Lanning David Lehew Wilbur Lint Louis Marignani Ralph Mathias James McCullough Wood McMasters John McPeek Bill Mills. Jack Morris Paul Morton Ignazio Natali Robert Noble Robert Norman Gilbert Pancher Ray Parker Dick Petry Ralph Philp Earl Pocock Leo Poland Lester Price John Reed Charles Ronald Albert Ross Robert Sampson Fred Shamel Bill Simpson Lloyd Smith Russell Smith Fred Tedrick Edward Vetula Harry Warner Robert Wentz Howard West Dave Williams Floyd Winrod Donald Freeman CLASS HISTORY OF 1935 We, the class of 1935, look back now to the month of September, 1931. We were at that time embarking on the sea of "higher educa- tion" by way of four years of high school work. We wondered, then, what lay in store for us during those four years. Athletics, clubs, social functions and study-we have met them all and found them to our liking. We look with pride on these years and have decided, perhaps in a round-about-way, that we are leaving the best years of our life be- hind. Surely we cannot hope for any fuller years than these have been. Yet we do not regret their passage exceedingly. We are proud to compose the graduating class of '35, and, as we leave high school to return no more, we can only wish the classes which are to come the happiness that we have had in our years at Uhrichsville High. Harold Dutton -26- RBS SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL M Sponsors-Mr. Cory, Mr. Brown, Clarence Barkley Robert Barnes Jimmy Basie James Beckley James Birney Harold Bowditch Robert Brown Pershing Burdette George Carmack Carl Chapman Tom L. Cox Robert Craigo Herbert Cutlip John Dalpiaz Harry Devore Leroy Dickinson Eric Ditcher John Dooley Frank Dudziak Harry Dunkle Clyde Edwards Dallas Edwards Ralph Fairless Jack Fisher Robert Fisher Thomas Foltz Earl Fuller Merle Fuller Howard Galbreath Roscoe Galbraith Harold Gilmore Bob Green William Green John Greenwalt Carl Harper Albert Harshey Eugene Heck Roy Henry Emerson Herndon Robert Huffman Kenneth Jackson Casimir Kleski Dean Kinsey Robert Kinsey Bessie Welch Marie West Evelyn Pickett Orie Long Michael Maher Eugene Miller Curtis Morris Russell Morris Jack Murray Henry Naber Bob Newton Marion Newton Lloyd Northam Ralph Otto Walter Patterson Robert Peoples Bob Poland Richard Ragland John Rhoads Dale Robinson Don Romig Sam Romig George Simpson William Smith John Sproul Jim Steen Donald Tharp Edward Visintainer Victor West Jesse Reese Alma Andreatta Elva Armstrong Margaret Armstrong Mary Lois Armstrong Rebecca Baltzell Clarice Barnhill Geraldine Cappel June Capper Lida Carmack Sara Charlton Helen Cooper Marie Cox Betty Crites Mary Davis Iris Ditcher Cleo Fawcett Ralph Otto Betty Wentz Jean Wilcoxen r. Mitchell, Miss Mann Mary Ferrell Jean Fisher Margaret Freed Gerlene Gerken Irene Ghezzi Dorothy Greenberg Charlotte Hill Viona Hines Dorothy Huber Anna Hunt Marjorie James Maxine Jones Ora Johnson Gladys Kinsey Elizabeth Kleski Melva Lanning Nancy Lehew Maxine Little Ruth Litzinger Francis Lytle Dorothy McClave Hilda McCue Vivian McGrew Mary McMillen Dale Mitchell Wilma Peters Rose Porotti Julia Pullie Betty Pyle Ruth Rapport Helen Reed Marion Domhofl' Helen Russell Marion Schulte Thelma Shamel Beulah Shaw Dorothy Shivers Veda Shuss Beulah Staneart Mary Tharp Phyllis Thomas Mabel Tipton Maxine Trushel Lucille Wanamaker Louise West Rebecca Mae Yant SOPHOMORE CLASS OLD IVIAIN STREET HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING :Ui FRESHMAN CLASS Sponsors-Mr. Covert, Mr. Query, Miss Devine Alice J. Allensworth Evelyn Aubiel Margaerite Bagby Evelyn Bean Dorothy Berkeley Lois Berkshire Mary Bufflngton Etta E. Burdette June Butterfield Mary I. Clarke Maryon Craig Dorothy Creager Nora Crosier Ruth Dietrich Betty Dunlap June Edwards Betty Elvin Mildred Erskine Frances Fantine Loretta Ferrell Ruth I. Ferrell Lena Genedice Emeline Gray Ellen Lou Green Jean Guthrie Virginia Harman Angela Herman Norma J. Hill Luella Hodkinson Maxine Howard Betty Howell Alberta Hutmire Dorothy Johnson Dorothy Jones Fleeta C. Jones Estella M. Kail Kathryn Kopp June E. Leidner Nora McCauley Virginia McKee Pauline D. Mahalfey Irma Ma rstrelli Mar aret Merryman E Isabelle Metcalf Luella M. Miller Mary L. Morton Helen Dale Plotts Dorothy J. Price Ella V. Reed Margery Robinson Theo Schwab Lillie Simpson Dorothy Spillman Thyra Stoner Alma Stucin Betty Taylor Marjorie Tharp Anna May Thompson Margerie Turney Dorothy E. Westhafer Dorothy Winrod Kathryn Witting Clarence Bacca David Baldwin William Barry Philip Beltz William Bender Bud Benedum Homer Bowsher Harold Bower James Branch Paul Bricker Donald Burroway John Cheney Byron Cox John Cox Robert Cox Eugene Dauterman John Deromedi Harold Errington George Fahner Pete Fantin Kenneth Gilmore George Gray Charles Griflin Charles Gowins Donald Gram James Harris Harold Heter Ray Hodkinson Lloyd Hooker John Huff Charles Huiford Robert Hunt Fred King 1324 Richard Long Walter Lyon Henry Manini Jack Marstrell Allen Maurer Angelo Mitchell Charles Morgan Harold Myers Tony Natali Gene Newton Glenn Norris Kenneth Otto William Page June Page Stanley Palian Ralph Patterson Donald Perry Doyle Price Charles Quimby Lee Ragland Edward Rankin Morris Rapport Roy Renwick Ray Ridgeway Robert Ridgeway Florian Roberts Robert Romig Roy Ronald Lester Roth Jackie Salmon William Schulze Robert Schwab Robert Septer Charles Shearn Harold Smith William Smith Lanceford Soulsby Arthur Sproul Melvin Staneart Eugene Treacle Louis Trepin George Van Dine Richard Veley Howard Walker Fred Walton Dick Werner Gail West Robert West FRESHMEN CLASS IN M ICMORI AM of ROBERT E. LUNG Our Classmate and Friend QEEEEEEE E X3 Kc, I-D+! f X ' MORYg GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION G. A. A. EX. BOARD THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls Athletic Association was established by Miss Aldridge to develop good sportsmanship and clean athletics among the high school girls. Miss Lenk and lVIrs. j. W. Brown are the present club sponsors. OFFICERS President .................. june lVIcConkey Vice President .................. Helen Eouts Secretary .................... Lillian Bender Treasurer ................ Evangeline Allman Other members of tl1e Executive board are: Helen Thompson, Doro- thy Brown, Betty Peters, Wilma Peters, Alberta lVIcConkey, Dorothy Huber, jean Carnes, Carlene Cerkin, Faye Craigo, jean Russell and Betty Snyder. L 37, GIRL RESERVES GIRL RESERVES CABINET THE GIRL RESERVES For five years the Girl Reserves Club, a national branch of the Y. W. C. A., has sponsored the social activities of its members and fostered high standards of character among the girls in U. H. S. Miss Mann is the capable sponsor. President ......,. . . , joan Robinson Vice President .... .... H elen Fouts Secretary ..... .... S usan Cooper Treasurer . .,.... ........... L illian Bender Other cabinet members of the G. R. are: Helen Thompson, Betty Handley, Deborah Armstrong, Hazel Sutton, Helen Smith, and Helen Hutzler. -39- BLACK AND GOLD BIOLOGY CLUB THE BICLOGY CLUB The Biology Club was organized three years ago to develop and encourage the study of nature throughout the school. lVlr. Roach has been the club sponsor. OFFICERS First Semester President ........ Eugene Miller Secretary .... ..... B etty Critcs Vice President .... Wilma Peters Treasurer ...... Harold Gilmore Second Semester President ..... . . . Sam Romig Secretary .. . . . .... James Steen Vice President .... Wilma Peters Treasurer ...... Harold Gilmore BLACK AND GOLD A capable student staff represents the literary achievement of U. I-I. S. with a section published weekly in The Evening Chronicle. EDITORIAL STAFF Editor-in-Chief .... Helen Smith Columnist ...... Shirley Pearch Assistant Editor .... Dick Doran Literary Editor. .Helen Thompson News Editor ..... Harold Dutton Copy Editor. . .Evangeline Allman Sports Editor ........ Dick Petry Asst. Copy Editor .......... Feature Editor .... Betty Snyder ......... Kathryn Kauffman -41- LATIN CLUB ROlVlANl HODIERNI The purpose of the Latin Club is to stimulate interest in the study of the Roman language, and also in the history and daily life of the Romans. OFFICERS First Semester President ..................... joan Robinson Vice President .... . Helen Smith Secretary .... . . Sam Romig Treasurer . . . .................,. Bob Huffman Second Semester President .... .............. . . Jule Brown Vice President Secretary ...l. Treasurer . . . Eugene Miller Helen Cooper . james Steen GIRLS' CHORUS The Girls' Chorus, under the direction of Nliss NlcCollam, has progressed greatly in the past year. This can easily be seen by their splendid work in school entertainments. Pianists-lrma Andreas, Betty Handley. GIRLS CHORUS SENIOR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM SENICR SCHOLARSHIP TEAM Twenty seniors took part in the Tuscarawas County Scholarship Test given March 23 at New Philadelphia. The test was divided into five parts: English, mathematics, so- cial science, history and science. Those participating were as follows: john lVlclVlillen, Robert Wagner, Lulu Ferrell, Ella Gladman, Tracy Price, Kelly Price, Susan Cooper, jule Brown, Helen Thompson, june Wineman, joan Robin- son, Lillian Bender, john Erskine, Hugh Hitchcock, Helen Smith, Harold Dutton, Byrl Cutlip, julia Zavasky, Helen Cole. Those ranking among the first twenty were: john Erskine, Byrl Cutlip, Hugh Hitchcock, Helen Smith, Lillian Bender, Harold Dut- ton, Tracy Price, joan Robinson. Again Uhrichsville High made the best record of any school that entered. GIRLS BASKETBALL TEA MS ORCHESTRA The orchestra, under the direction of lVlr. Greco, has taken an ac- tive part in all school functions throughout the year. lt is one of the essential organizations of the school. OFFICERS President ....................... Frank Goodrich Vice President ............... .... J ack Parrish Secretary-Treasurer . . , ...... Kelly Price Pianist ..................... . . . Irma Andreas HI-Y CLUB The Hi-Y Club has been successfully carried on this year under the supervision of lVlr. Brown. The aim of this club is to bring high- er moral standards before the boys of our school. OFFicERs President ....i..,.........i .... H arold Dutton Vice President. . . ,i.... A... . james Haverfield Secretary . . T , , , . . -lerome Nliller Treasurer .... . . . , . Herb Cotton if- 4 ag M , :J gg Mmge ,D LV 'ling J W 5 in ...Q -m.,,.,,,4 A L he , WQg ' iii'2Q' 1 va-2 K'5,,,,,n .M . X sw zz KE ' ag z y.- -J..L,.., Q1 ' ff. if Q 'Q 29 'Q mpxww . VL 8? TS! x. U' -va W 1 b ' 'A f 'YWQI 4? ,.. lie?-L4 Z " L 1 ,yum E321 E' QN E.la1f'i X 'Mx 1-,Bag Si ifyfilw V 3' 4 5 CLUB I-Y H El I1 A Tl ' ii - - - L. 1 ' - Q 5 :. :T E T S E' ,-: -1 2 1 i i i Q 2 1: 2 :- -E .1 .. i .- i Z - -i g 1 1 i 4- C 1 1 1 L i 5 f i 5 1 'W i- 1 -f ? Q 1 Y S X NK? ii 2 f wg P '77 mmf 3157? K' ? , X i hh J ' 1'?"'D" if 'I , 5 Q QNXGRTA LL Cl H VARSITY AND RESERVES ' BASKETBALL The 1934-35 basketball season will go down in the records of U. H. S. as one of the best seasons of a U. H. S. team. Easily downing Freeport and Gnadenhutten in the first two games, the Querymen found strong opposition in the form of the Cam- bridge Brownies. U. H. S. nosed them out 19-18. Tuscarawas then came to town to show their strength by holding our boys to a one- point victory. It was Tusky's first defeat. Bowerston left the U. H. S. gym with a 59 to 10 defeat hanging on their shoulders. Our boys then handed the hill boys from Steubenville a 26-24 loss and the next week squelched the alumni 27-24. The new year gave us victories over Dennison and Dover in succession. In january Steubenville drew first blood by stopping the Black and Gold 14-10. Undaunted, our boys showed they were still plenty tough by forcing Phila. to take 15 points to our 24. In a return match with Tusky the varsity turned in another victory 23-20. Dover was prepared when the U. H. S. ar- rived on the scene, and we had to accept a 18-15 defeat. The Black and Gold warriors consoled themselves however, by romping over Gnaden to the tune of 30-16. Now formidable were the Phila. Quak- ers to whom we dropped the second game, 22-15. Dennison proved easy pickings when they came across the creek, for they went home beaten 24-15. Then followed Freeport, Newcomerstown, and Nlil- lersburg, who were trampled underfoot, and the boys wound up the season with 16 victories out of 19 games. Showing the usual tournament luck, we drew Phila. in the open- ing round, but shut them out by a 22-20 score. Forced to meet Do- ver the next evening, the boys dropped out of the tournament when the up-county boys defeated us 24-21. The team amassed a total of over 500 points and averaged 27.3 points per game to the opponents 18. .-51.. Top-Parrish, forward: McMaster, forwardg Laporte, center Heck, forward: Cotton, guardg Pickenstein, guard. - 52- LAPORTE - Center "Barney" played a bang-up game at the middle post this year, and his loss will be keenly felt. He completely outclassed his opponents in scoring and stood second in the individual scoring of the team. . PARRISH - Forward "jack" was always depended upon for steady floor play and a clean, hard game. His position in the lineup will be hard to fill next season. P1cKENsTE1N - Guard "Pecky" was outclassed by no one in floor work and saved the game several times by timely action shots. This boy has also played his last game for the U, H. S. HECK - Forward "Gene" led the entire team in individual scoring with an amazing total of one hundred-seventeen points. He soon earned the title of "Sophomore Flash" and looms as our most valuable man next year. COTTON - Guard "Herb" gave all opponents lots of opposition this year. He showed plenty of skill in ball handling, and we regret that he hangs up his suit for the last time. MCMASTERS - Guard ' "Woodie" displayed ability as an auxiliary man for every posi- tion on the team. Especially helpful were his long shots in crit- ical periods of the game. Woodie is only a junior and will be counted on next season. HAVERFIELD - Manager "Gummo" was the man responsible for keeping the team's equip- ment in first class condition. His efficient management will be an example or future managers. COACH QUERY To Nlr. Query goes the honor of producing the best U. H.S. team of many seasons. Under his supervision the boys learned the true meaning of the word "fight" -53- FC OTBALL SQUAD The football season ended very disastrously with the Black and Gold winning but one game out of nine. This was with Cambridge, the final score being 13 to O. Those receiving varsity awards are as follows: Cotton ....... .,.,.... E nd Rosenberry ...,. . A . End lVlclVlasters ....... . . . Tackle Pickenstein . . . . . . Guard Robinson ..., . . . Center Dunn ...i. .... . . . Center Nliller .......... .... G uard Heck .......... .... T ackle Galbreath ..... ...... E nd Price ..,....... Quarterback Haverfield ..,...... I-Ialfback lVlcPeek ........... I-Ialfback Newton ..... .... I-I alfback Page ,.........k . Halfback Stubbins. , , , , , . , Fullback Lauver .,,....... . Fullback Kelly Price . . i , . . Manager -l 3... TRACK The Black and Gold track season of 1934, consisted of 4 meets. The Hrst was at Mansfield, but being outclassed by stronger schools, we failed to take a place. The 2nd meet was at Athens and again Uhrichsville came out on the short end of the score. The two re- maining meets were at Newark and the district meet at New Concord. Those receiving track awards were: Murray, Burns, Leno, And- reatta, N. Westhafer, Woodard, Pickenstein, Orr, F. Myer, Cotton, Lauver, and Best, manager. Wt? GIRLS BASKETBALL The girls' basketball teams, sponsored by the G. A. A. played their annual tournament under the direction of june McConkey, bask- etball manager, and Mrs. Brown, referee. The Class of '35, intra- mural champions for three years, this year lost the tournament to the Class of '36. L56- j. S. Beck johnson Hardware Co. P. G. Lanning 81 Son Robinson Shoe Co. Baker Drug Co. Robert E. Gooding W. A. Rectanus Basle's Restaurant McCollam 81 Son Chas. E. LaPorte Wiest Shoe Store Maurer 81 Maurer Dr. R. E..Rainsberger G. W. Reed G. j. Morgan Mrs. j. C. Rayl Uhrichsville Ice Co. Gibbs Chevrolet Sales T. Lanning Sz Company R. B. VanLehn Charlton D. Cole Herlis Food Store Disher's Candy Shop A. Schwartz Co. Snedekers Store Kleanall Dry Kleaning Co. Dr. F. A. Bower Men's Shop Disher Davis Co. Hunt Shoe Co. Rentch Brothers M. Sz K. Store H. C. Spring Dr. G. W. Stewart PATRON S Westhafer's Hardware McGowan Bros. Potts Barber Shop Latto and Conwell Buckeye Hotel Twin City Lumber Co. Ohio Power Co. Dr. Blickensderfer Purser's Food Store G. R. Staley 81 Sons Fred Fairall Const. Co. Lincoln Theatre Parr's Store Latto Oil Co. First National Bank, Dennison R. K. Lindsey The Schriener Confectionery White Lily Oil Co. Laurel Valley Oil Co. K-Hill Service Co. Sales Fruit Market Purdy's Studio Beitler's Dry Goods Furbay Real Estate Wilcoxon Hardware Co Twin City Electric Co. McMillen Plumbing Co. Miller's Restaurant Western Union Dr. R. E. Wolfe Wade Electric Store Wardell's Store J. Pearch Lumber Co. Ludwig Ries, jr. ..57- j. W. White Co. Louis Green The Chronicle Co. Don Marshall The Great A. 8: P. Co. Dr. P. H. Miller G. B. Maurer P. F. Reed Dr. F. S. johnson, D. Packer News Agency Dean Hooker D. xl. Cooper Sandry Shoe Shop Yamada Studio F. E. Gooding E. C. Downey F. Dunn Star Store C. 'QF PATRONS The Hicks Co. Twin City Greenhouse City Auto Co. Dr. W. W. H. Curtiss C. E. Molesworth The Evans Pipe Co. Stillwater Clay Co. R. A. Cox Ed. P. Uhrich Union Bank Attorney Stevens j. E. Smith Dr. Sheppard H. O. Snyder j. W. Lytle Twin City Dry Cleaning Co Dr. B. G. Anderson Dr. Tracy Haverheld CI-IUCKLES Dick Doran Qtranslating Spanish Novelj-"My heart is not neces- sary. Miss Lenk--"I'd like to see you get along without it." 21: bl! 714 lst Girl QEvening at Disher'sj---"I don't know what to order." 2nd Girl-"Why don't you get an all-day suckerP" lst Girl-"Oh, it's too late for that!" 252 Pl: Sl! Mr. Cory fin Physics classj-"Now, in this musical scale we have a tonic." jerry Miller-"If you have bad blood, study music, Huh!" :Za :1: :Ie Ed. Roth-"Art, what class are you really in P" Art Carrothers-"I'm not sure but I go to all the parties so that I won't miss the right one." ill 9.2 GIG Tracy Price--"I-Iow can I cool this engine P" Betty Crites-"Strip the gears." :Ze :Zz ai: Mr. Aplin--"Why does the government want to keep oil from steam- ers from going into the waterP" Roy Walker--"It smothers the fish." Mr. Aplin-"I-Iow P" Roy--"They can't breathe." M Helen Fouts-"Who's down there P" Voice Downstairs-"No one." I-Ielen--"I thought so." 214 :lf Pli Coach Qin Geography classj-"Which state grows the more corn Ohio or Indiana P" Radio Pickenstein-"Iowa." 214 FIC PIC Miss McCollam fplaying pianoj-"This is birds singing merrily." 214 Pl! Sli Mercedes I-Ierron fin Disher'sJ-"Well, since we're going on a hike we might as well pass bills." jimmie I-Iutzler-"Bill who P" Name Robert NVagner ..M.. Susan Cooper -- Kelly Price -- llelen Smith --- liill Lingat'elter-- Dorothea lirown llarold Dutton ...... Faye Craigo -- Jack Lal'orte -- Margaret Crites .lim Havertield ..... - Lillian l5cnder--- --- .lolm Erskine ...... - Evangeline Allman -. Tracy Price ........ - .Ioan Robinson ...... .l0I'0llll' Miller -- Helen Thompson Helen Ilutzler -- Nickname XVhang .,..... Susie --- --- Bud ..... Smitty .... ---. Linky -- -- Dot --- --- N Squirt -- --- Barney ..- --- Margie ....... . Haverpastures XVinnie -- --- .lon .... --- Vangie --- --- Jake -- -- Annie -- --- Jo .... -- Tompy -- --- Jimmy -- --- Lut --- --- Pastime Looking up dates Ought to be married NVriting Letters ----in Columbus Trenton A ve. ...... gagged arguing .... l3isher's ....... ---tap dancer a Spanish teacher eating cookies .... -a baker making up his mind-in love Sophomores ...... -taller practical joking ---- counting hours .... - detention .... ---- blushing -- - Mayor's asst. NValter XVinchell on time in town cilowning --- ----auctioneer dancing -- ---. cars .............. foolin' around .... . eating ....... divided -- ---- dates -- --- Freshman free mechanic handsome school teacher -Ruby Keeler Helen Cole-What is an operetta? Vada Edwards'-That's the girl that works at a telephone olitice. ' 4. fn qs :Za jerry Miller-l've had this car for 2 years and never had a wreck. Gilly Galbreath-You mean you've had a wreck for 2 years and nev- er had a car. Tracy Price Clndicaring a drawing on the boardj-That's a still l-aPorte-What still? Price-Be still. 4. -P - fitt- EI-HIFIHI " THRUUGH ILL 3 WI DU OUR FAI' Wu , -' ' ' - -, 4.4 ,., ,. 1 ,, - .--V.--1--' -1 ---,,:. .w-A f ....4Y.H':,'S'QM-:..'1,..-,,f..',-Q' 'gsm-.1 ' - ' 70051 01fM' P7741 3 6'0'0pW' lt! 0 ' ' ' ' g " wn ' . 'A ' 1: swgy ' f ' X. V '- uk: .. hx-AQ3,, ., V Tlvif Book Prmied af Dcmulgllass Print Shrimp UHRICHSVILLE, OHIO 1' Sr 62


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