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Page 71 text:
Casimir Kleski-What is water?
George Carmack--A colorless liquid that turns black when you put
your hands in it.
Mr. Cory-What is the most potent poison?
Donald Morgan-An airplane-one drop and you're dead.
Gene Heck-What is that lump you have on your head?
Sam Romig-Oh, that's where a thought struck me.
There are 3 classes of girls-the beautiful, the intellectual, and the
Pupil-When I sing I get tears in my eyes, what can I do for this?
Miss McCo'llam-Stuff cotton in your ears.
Mary Armstrong-When we walk out of doors on a cold winter morn-
ing and look about us, what do we see on every hand?
Freshman-Oh, I have an idea!
Some people are like blotters--soak up everything but get it all back-
Now-adays everybody wants to talk, but few want to think and no-
body wants to listen.
With Apologies to Longfellow
Lives of Seniors all remind us
We can make our lives sublime,
And departing leave behind us
Papers in the desks of time
Papers that perhaps another,
Toiling through the High School's four,
A forlorn and Hunking brother,
Finding, may hand in once more.
Perpetual motion is here
Yes! it's come,
just watch Rebecca Baltzell
Chewing Spearmint gum.
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lVlr. Cory-lt's the law of gravity that keeps us on earth.
Shamel-How did we stick before the law was passed?
Senior-My dad is an Elk, a Lion, a Moose, and an Eagle.
Sophomore-Gee! What does it cost to see him?
Teacher-Fools can ask more questions in a minute than wise men
can answer in a year.
Student--That's why so many of us flunk an examination.
Surely the man who said "There's music in the air" never happened
to be around room 7 when the boys' chorus was practicing.
lVlr. Cory fin Physicsj-Give the law of motion.
Frances L.--Every little movement has a meaning all its own.
lVlr. Shimp-What is your daily income?
Pete Basles-About ll A. lVl.
lVlr. Blair perceiving Robert Craigo to be sleeping peacefully, ad-
dresses a question to him. Confused and bewildered, Robert
Craigo bent his ear low to catch stage whispers of his friends
Mr. Blair-"Well, you ought to be able to answer with all the aid you
are receiving back there."
Robert Craigo-"Nlr. Blair, I could, but there's a difference of opin-
Eugene Miller-You haven't anything in the Echo about me, have
Betty Crites-No, we haven't started on the jokes yet.
Freshman-l think this school is haunted.
Freshman-Because lVlr. Shimp is always talking about school spirit.
Cleo and Bill went out into the country to pick flowers and Cleo's
mother went toog so they picked flowers.
Clara Schulte-Do you know l've never been kissed. '
Senior Boys-Are you boasting or begging?
Nlr. Aplin-Tomorrow we will take the life of Shakespeare, please
Bob Huffman--What do we call a man who keeps on talking when no
one is listening?
jim Steen-A school teacher.
Page 72 text:
EXTRA EDITION OF THE UHRICHSVILLE NEWS
August 12, 1950
Excitement ran high in Uhrichsville yesterday in expectation of
the greatest social event of the season. Notables from all parts of
the world arrived to attend the reunion of the Uhrichsville High School
At six o'clock yesterday evening the ballroom of the Fuller Hotel,
owned and operated by Merle and Earl Fuller, presented a gorgeous
scene when the orchestra, conducted by the world famous director,
Robert Craigo, began to play the high school song, and all the old
U. H. S. '37 seniors once again felt the thrill of seeing and talking to
Mr. Eugene Heck and his wife, nee Betty Crites, acted as host
and hostess. june Capper, private secretary of the Governor of Ohio,
Dorothy Greenberg, operator of a beauty salon in Cleveland and Mrs.
Eugenie Miller, formerly Helen Cooper, greeted the guests as they
The ladies were dressed in very attractive evening gowns, and
the men in tuxedos. A murmur of excitement was caused by the en-
trance of Helen Russell and Rebecca Yant escorted by Carl Harper
and Albert Harshey. These two ladies are very famous in the fash-
ion world of Paris. Their arrival was quite unexpected.
At 6:15 o'cIock, after all the guests had arrived, the master of
ceremonies, Mr. Robert Huffman, president of a prominent bank in
the city of New York, and Miss Dale Mitchell, manager of the Mit-
chell Book Concern in Cincinnati, led the grand promenade to the din-
ing room. This dining room is one of the most attractive in the State,
having been designed by Count Casimir Kleski and Countess Betty
Pyle. On the walls are two famous paintings by Alice McKibben and
Melva Lanning. One is a pastoral scene and the other a portrait of
the beautiful Metropolitan Opera Singer, Madame Wilma Peter.
The long table which seated about one hundred guests was very
beautifully arranged and adorned with large baskets of roses donated
by james Birney, a well-known florist.
At 6:30 o'clock the banquet began. The food was so delicious
that everyone insisted on seeing the chefs and were not surprised when
Robert and William Green entered with their white aprons and caps
made by Rose Porotti, who is the best tailoress in Uhrichsville.
Music for the evening was furnished by the orchestra consisting
of Sam Romig, manager of a Zoo in Chicagog Rev. Russell Morris,
pastor of the First Presbyterian Church in Buffalo, New York, Henry
Naber, Professor of Chemistry in Palo Alto University, Mr. William
Smith and his wife, nee Ruth Litzinger, prominent residents of this
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