Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH)

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As we leave our dear old school, we shall have this Echo to remind us of the many happy days spent among our friends, classmates, and instructors. We wish to pay tribute to our teachers who have by their kind efforts prepared us for our future life. With our high school days now over, we all join in saying farewell to our associates of U. H. S. DEDICA TI ON We the Class of 1939 CD0 Tedicate This Volume of the "Echo" To Our Friend and Instructor glflr.. Hughes CBarnes L UHRICHSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL -JE e L9 X - 1651, Echo Staff Editor-infChief .... .........,.,.....,...,,,,,.,.AAA.A...,.,..... , Kathryn Pittis Business Ivlztnager . ,,,, , ...AA...,...,,,,, ,,,.A.., , , ,,,,,, A James Baker Business Staff ..,..,. ....,,, J oe Daugherty, Glenn Hunt Charlotte Fisher Editorial Stuff ...,.........,...,, ,....l,l..,......, ,lll.,, ,.......... ,....,, . A ..... , , ..... ,,.,,,.,i.......,,,,,..,......,,.,. E l e anor Schneider John Wliire, Dorothy Allenswnrth, Bob Reed, Grace Miller, XXILITYCII Cecil, Margaret Staley. -54 H. B. GALBRAITH Superintendent of Schools SAMUEL SHIMP Principal of the High School HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY Faculty H. B. Galbraith .......... ....,....... A . B., L. L. B., Ohio Northern Samuel Shimp ...,.,.. 4........ . B. S. Mt. Uniong M. A. Ohio State Adella McCann ......... .......... B . S. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State Ralph Covert ,,A,v,,,,,, ..,.......,...,...,.............,....,..........,.,,...,. A . Ohio Charles Aplin ......... Clifford Blair .... john Riffer ..... Jason Mitchell ....... A. B. Muskingumg M. A. Ohio State A. B. Muskingumg Ohio State A. B. Thielg M. A. Ohio State B. S. Ed. Wilmingtong Miami Ethel McCollam ........ .................. . ..... B . M. Bethanyg Oberlin W, B. Cory ......... ......... A . B. Woosterg M. A. Ohio State I. W. Brown ..... ........... B . S. Ohio: M. A. Columbia Ruth Benson ...... ............... B . S. in Ed. Ohio State Mildred Lenk ............,.,,.... ,..,,....., A . B, Ohiog A. M. Cincinnati Anna M. Daugherty ................. ....... B . S. in Ed. Ohio State: Columbia Robert Wagner ....... ...........................,. ....... A . B. Woosterg M. A. Ohio U. D. E. Greco ....: f ....., .......... .....,........................... I n strumental Music Hughes Barnes ...... Mildred Hursey ......... Harry Willett ..... Jack Milgate ........... Robert Wiand ......... Harry C. Adams 496 Marietta College A. B4 M. A. Indiana B. S. in Ed. Kent State A. B. Dennison: Ohio State . in Ed. Ohio U. B. S. in Ed. Ohiog M. A. Ohio State A. B. Muskingum 1 l l l af NEW STADIUM AND SWIMMING POOL. 'I 9 if ' 525-'f i ' ? 1-, DEQ Mft if J Dwi P""' L Senior Class ORGANIZATION President .........,... .,,...,....,,............,........................... ---,--..-- G l erm Hunt Vice President ...,....... ....... J oseph Daugherty SecretaryfTreasurer Donald McBride Class Flower - Rose Sponsors: Miss Lenk, Miss McCann, Mr. Aplin, Mr Blair. Class Colors - Pink and Blue Allensworth, Dorothy Andreatta, Josephine Andrews, Thelma Baker, Dorothy Balliett, Gladys Berkley, Martha Besozzi, Teresa Craigo, Helene Creager, Mabel Cummings, Bertha Cummings, Jane Davis, Beatrice Davis, Evelyn Fairall Marjorie Fisher, Charlotte Fowler, Thelma Frye, Helen Garland, Josephine Gladman, Helen Harshey, Ruth Helter, Lois Henry, Grace Hines, Betty Huff, Jeanne Humrighouse, Verna Hunt, Margaret Johnson, Martha Jones, Evelyn Kail, Emmabelle Kauffman, Ruth LaPorte, Betty Laughlin, Irene Lehew, Marjorie Leidner, June Miller, Grace MacPhee, Shirley McConkey, Louise McCue, Ruth McCue, Eileen Gowing, Charles McMillen, Clara McMillen, Joan Narney, Marjorie Norris, Lucy Pittis, Kathryn Poulson, Dorothy Quimby, Janie Rose, Anna Mae Servison, Viginia Schneider. Eleanor Simpson, Esther Smith, Katherine Staley, Margaret Staneart, Miriam Taylor, Elizabeth Waters, Gaynelle Welsch, Phyllis West, Ruth Wetzel, Shirley Winrod, Dorothy Young, Elaine Armstrong, James Baker, James Barkley, Roy Barnes, William Beaver, Clarence Bender, Ralph Besozzi, John Brakebill, John Bricker, Harry Cecil, Warren Davis, Edward Daugherty, Joseph Dickerson, Robert Dunlap, Stanley Fawcett, Edwin Fisher, Joseph Gates, William Gilmore, Dean Greenlee, Charles Heter, Dean Hicks, Owen Hicks, Ray Hite, Robert Hite, William Hodkinson, Richard Hunt, David Hunt, Glenn Hurless, Vance James, Howard Johnson, Henry Kilpatrick, Eugene Leidner, Oliver Mallernee, Donald Marstrell, Robert McBride, Donald Metzger, Richard Natoli, James Newton, Gene Palen, Albert Parrish, John Phillips, Ross Postel, Terence Rapport, Morris Reed, Robert Reed, Edward Rogers, Theodore Rosenberry, Richard Ross, David Sproul, William Smith, Daniel Sowers, Keith Swaney, George Treacle, Edward White, John Zanon, Pius JAMES ARMSTRONG Radio Club Z: Botany Club 3: Zoology Club 3: Agriculture Club 4: Conservation Club 4. W DOROTHY'ALLENSWORTH Pep Club 1: G. A. A. Club 1, 2, 3, 4: G. R. Club 2, 3: Cabinet 4: Black fi Gold Staff 2, 3, 4: Biology Club 2, 3: Glee Club 1. 2: Choral Club 4: Echo Staff. , I P I "--- I l JOSEPl'IINE ANDREATTA Biology Club 2: Penmanship Club 3, 4. I JIM BAKER Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra 1, 2. Pres. 3, 4: HifY 2, 3, 4: District Scholarship 2, 3: Senior Scholarship: Echo Staff. ROY BARKLEY Biology Club 2: Agriculture Club 4. THELMA ANDREWS New Phila High School 1: Black if Gold 3: CofEditor 4: Senior Scholarship: District Scholar' ship 3. 4. '7 I ,, Mx WILLIAM BARNES Manual Training Club 3: Art Club 3: Agrif culture Club 4: Picture Club 3. DOROTHY BAKER Tippicanoe High School 1. 2, 3: Choral Club W'16 GLADYS BALLIETT C. E. Club 2: French Club 3, 4. CLARENCE BEAVER Biology 2: Debate 3, 4: Pen. 3: I. R. Vice Pres. 4g Basketball 23 F. B. 2, 3: Track 3, 4. RALPH BENDER Biology 2: Agri. Pres. 35 V. Pres. 4. MARTHA BERKELEY B E3 G 2, 3. 4: Chorus 1, 2. 3, 4 Elf' AKC TERESA BESOZZI il l Biology 2g Pen. 3, 4. .- P W,-riff JOHN BEsozz1 Biology 2g Radio 2g Phys. Ed. 2g Chem. 4g 5 Scholarship 4. JOHN BRAKEBILL Varsity U. 4: HifY 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 33 Glee Club Zg B. B. 3, 4g F. B. 3, 45 Track 3, 4. MABEL CREAGER Pen. Treas. 35 I. R. 4g C. E. 3g Biology 2g Senior Scholarship. "1 X. fl X THELENE CRAIGO Gia, Ox. 1. EX. B, 2, 3, 41 G, 15. 3, 4. Biol' ogy 2, 3: Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g B EY G 1. HARRY BRICKER Civics 2g Biology 2g B E? G 1, 2, 3, 4g B. B, 3. Track 35 Football 1, 2, 3v74g Varsity U. 4: l Pen. 4. ,.' 1, . ' . .x,,ff.J.JXw-2 .vvyuynxiqag jr 1 If 'V' Z, 4M,,.,,..,M, W1 'f WARREN CECIL I'IifY 2, 3, V. Pres. 4: Biol. Pres. 2: Latin Z: - B. B. I. 2, Var. 3, 4: F. B. Var. 3, 4: Var. U. 3, X 4: Black Ee? Gold 4: Echo Staff: Dist. Scholar' ship 2. N .KK N BERTHA CUMMINGS N 2 Biol. 2' Penmanship 3: Int. Relations 4. w IANE CUMMINGS X I Q Civics 23 B 55 C 1, 2, 3: Pep Ig Dram. 2, 33k XX G A A 1, 2, 3: Cvlee 1, 2, 3, 4: Choral 3. 4g Ath. Council 1, 2: Cheerleader 2, 3, 4. R EDWARD DAVIS E F. B. 1. 2: Var. 3, 4: B. B. 2, 3. 4: Track 2, ,fx 3, 4: HifY 2, 3: Treas. 4g Biol. 2: Radio 2: 5 Pep Ig Var. U. 3, 4: Phy. Ed. 4. 3 JOSEPH DAUGHER Y Pep Ig Math. V. . 2: Hif 3, 4: Drum Major 3. 4: Var. ' A E3 : Sr. Cla Officer: Choral 3, ff 1 . . M 1 Staff Biol. V. Pres. 2, 3. BEATRICE DAVIS Penmanship 3, 4: G. R. 4. EVELYN DAVIS Black Es? Gold 1, 2, 3, 4: G. R. 2. 3. 1: French 3, 4: Glee 1, 2. 3. 4: Dramatics 2. ROBERT DICKERSON Pep 1: Radio 2, 3: Choral 3. 4: Black 59 Cold 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: B. B. 3: Biol. Pres. 2: HifY 3, 4: Bot. Ei Zoology 3. STANLEY DUNLAP Radio 1: Science 1: Pen. 3: Motion Picture 1: Biol. 2: Agr. 4. MAR-IORIE FAIRALL Black Er? Gold 3, 4: G. A. A. 4. f fic. X959 . K? xg 1' , X 5 ff f XY! ,- f . rf Mir f' 3. I , A, . - 1'4 'ef CHARLOTTE FISHER G. A. A. I, 3, 43 EX. Bd. Z, G. R. 2 4: Fr. 35 Biol. 3: Dram. 23 Black E5 Gold 4 Echo Staff: Sr. Sch: Pep lg Dist. Sch I Glec I, 2. EDWIN FAWCETT Latin 23 Pen. 25 F. B. Mg1'. 2, 3, 4 B B Mgr. 3, 4g Var. U. 4. IOSEPH FISHER Biology 25 French 3. THELMA FOWLER Dram. 2: French 3, 4, Glee 3, 43 Latin 2 Me-L7 HELEN FRYE7 nag G. A. A. 3, 41 G. R. 3, 4, Glee Club 1 WILLIAM GATES rf' Pep Q 2- 'rl 2 Q -g. F. . DEAN GILMORE Black if Gold 4: Biol. Zg HifY 3, 4g 3: Physical Ed. 3. IOSEPHINE GARLAND G, A. A. 'lg G. R. 2. 3g Int. Rel. 4. .x I A. HELEN GLADMAN G. R. 2, 3. Pres. 4: Choral 3, 4, Glee Latin 2: Int. Rel. 3: Biol. 23 Sr. Sch Gold 4. CHARLES GOWINS F. B. 3, 4g Track Mgr. 3, 45 Varsity U V cs. 4. 4 M. ,fl CHARLES GREENLEE Pep 1: Biol. 2: HifY 4g Phy. Ed. 3: Black E3 Gold 4. RUTH HARSHEY Pep lg Choral 3, 4, Pen. 3, Dram. 31 Glee 1, Z, 3, 43 Black E9 Gold 2. LOIS HELTER G. A. A. 3, 4, G. R. 3, 4, Glee 1. DEAN HETER Biol. 23 Civics 3. OWEN HICKS Biol. 2g Agr. 3, 4. GRACE HENRY Q is , 34GAA23i'uBA12' Dram.1,2.,g...,,fgio.g Q, Glee 2, 35 Civics 1. If ' BETTY HINES Pen 15 G. A, A. 1, 2, 3. V. Pres. 4, G. R. 2, 3. 4: Fr. 3: Latin 2: Black Es? Gold 43 Choral 3, 43 Glce l, 2. 3, 4. x ,., RAY HICK5 , , W' R . 2 f7r,fY"f Biol. 2. Phy. Edjfi eb.l2f:-rick 3, 4: Cur. Ev. 4. E If I 1 If . . jf N' .1--' , 'A ,, .,, , H 1 ROBERT HITE Biol. 2, Var. U 3 4, F. B. 3, Co'Captain 4, Track 3, 4: B. B. 4. JEANNE HUFF Carneigie, Pa. High School 1, 24 Dennison 3. 417 VERNA HUMRIGHOUSE Glee 2, 3, 4: Dram. 3, 4: French 3. WILLIAM HITE Biol. 2: Radio 2: Latin 3: Civics 4. DICK HODKINSON Pep 1: F. B. 2, 3: Track 3. MARGARET HUNT Pep 1: G. A. A. 1, 2, 3. 4: G. R. 3, 4: Dram, 2: Biol. 2, 3: Fr. 3: Black E3 Gold 4: Sr. Sch. Team. MARTHA JOHNSON G. R. 2, 3, 4: G. A. A. 2. 3. 4: Choral 3,41 Glce 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep 1: Home EC. 31 Dram. 3. DAVID HUNT Debate 3. 4: S. Story 3' Latin 2: Radio 13 Dram. 4g Biol. 2: Sr. Sch. Team. GLENN HUNT Pep 1: Biol. 2: HifY 2, 3, Pres. 4: Wrucmdw. 3: Fr. 3: Glass Pres. 3. 4: Dist. Sch. 3, 4: Echo Staff 4: Var. U 4: Sr. Sch Team. EVELYN JONES G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Ex. Bd. 4: G. R. 3, 4. Dram. 2. V. Dues. 4: Pep 1: Black Ee? Gold 2: Glee 1, 2, 3, 4: Choral 3, 4: Biol. 3: Fr. 3. .A EMMABELLE KAIL ff H17 I Biol. 2: French 3: G. R. 4. ' VANCE HURLESS Motion Picture 1: Art 3: Agr. 3, Pres. 4: Choral 4: Glee 4. vf 4 A .4 18:34 N. I LA., K fi. .iff HOWARD JAMES Biology 2: HifY 3: Civics Pres. 4. RUTH KAUFFMAN C. R. Z. 3. Cab. 4: Pep Club 1: Choral Club 3, 4: Debate 4: Biology 2, 3: Black Es? Gold Staff 1, 2: Glee Club 1, 2, 3. 4: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4. BETTY LA PORTE G. A. A. 1, 2, Ex. Bd. 3, Pres. 4: Pep Club 1: O. R. 2, 3, 4: Biology 2: Pen. 3: Black E3 Gold 4: Glce Club 1. 2, 3, 4, HENRY JOHNSON F. B. 3, Var. 4: Track 2. 3, 4: B. B. 3: Viol. Club 2: Pen. 3: Choral Club'4g Latin Club? I f ,l f 1 I '-NL, 'fy'-AA MENE KILPQKI RICK Rziclio Club 2: Art Club 3: Int, Rel. Club 4: Agriculture 3. IRENE LAUGHLIN Tipiwecanoe High School 1, 2, 3: G. R. 4: S' ' ' S-h l b' , Lmoi L oars lp I lf. A10 1 Pun Club 1. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4: G. R. 2, 3,X 4: Biolofw 2, 3g.B1ack Ei ,Cold 2, 3, V4. Nj n OT.IVEE1Ff.EIl9NER,'iV 'J F. 3, 4: LanbafClib 2, , ology 2: Cuff rent EVCIHTSLQIX f if .f L17 if XX f l . DONALD MALLERNEE Biology 2: Picture Club 1: HifY 3, 4: French 3: Conscvation 4: Current Events 4: Pep Club 1. JUNE LEIDNER Hom: Ee. 2: Cur. Events 3: Int. Rel. Club 4. ---19 l 1 rf" ' ' i 5 i i If GRACE MILLER Pep 1, G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4, NG. R. 2, 3, Cala. 4, French V. Pres. 3, Sr. Sch., Echo Staff, Glee I, 2,, Dist. Sch. 1, 2, 3, Debate 4, Choral 4: Black Ei Gold 1, 2. ROBERT MARSTRELL Dover 1, 2. 714 L ONALD MCBRIDE F. B. 3, 4, Track 3, Radio 2, Sr. Class Ofhcerg B. B. 1, 2, Var. 3, 4, Varsity U 4, HifY 4. SHIRLEY MacPHEE G. R. 2. 3, 4, Cur. Ev. 3, Pen. 3, Black EH? Gold 4. 25 ' C7776 W ll LOUISE MCCON Y Black ED? Gold A.: G. A. A. 1, 3, 4, Ex. Bd. 2, Pen 3, Glee l, 2, 3. RICHARD METZGER Orchestra I, Radio 2, Penmanship 4. JAMES NATOLI Radio 2, Biology 2, Dist. Sch. 2, 3 g Fre 3, 4, Choral 3, 4, HifY 4, Agr. 3, t. Rel. 3, Sr. Scholarship. RUTH MCCUE Biology 2, Pep 1, Dram. 2, 3, 4, G. A. A. 3 4, i , Y! EILEEN McCUE ,M 'F Home Ec. 2, Latin 2, French 3, G. R. 4, Pen. 4. GENE NEWTON F. B. 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Var. 4, Phy. Ed. Pres. 3, Debate 3, Wrestling 3, Pen. 4, Radio 3, I'IifY 3, 4. -20 W -Er x. f 7 V5 -17 Ji X Q J M i If 1 If .5155-,'! , 1 ff'-W I ...f il! ,fy 4 A 'X F X, is ww ALBERT PALEN Biology 25 Art 35 Track 35 Conservation 4, Current Eventsr4. ' oqaccrn' ll!4lLq,-.,- CLARA MCMILLAN Latin 25 French 35 G. R. 45 Penmanship 4. JOAN McMILLEN G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. R. 45 Pep 15 Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Choral 45 Dram. Pres. 35 Penmanship 3. JOHN PARRISH Football 1, 2, 3. U ROSS PHILLIPS j Tippecanoe 1, 2, 35 Football 4. I ' f ., MARIORIE NARNEY WW 2451 MJ, ,fi . Black E? oGld 1, 2, 3, 45 Civics 1, 45 Glee l, .1 ff A 25 Pep 15 Biology 2. ,ii l?b"2fLLf, X L A GAYNELLE WATERS Biology 2, 35 G. R. 4. TERRENCE POSTEL "All I w?nt to do is skate nd sleep ' ' " ER REED B. B. lg Pep 15 Latin 25 Agr. 35 Hi-Y Secy. 45 Biology 25 Debate 45 Black E3 Gold 45 Echo staff 4, Phy. Ed. 3. I I KATHARYN PITTIS M G. A. A. 1, Ex. Bd. 2, 3, 45 G. R. 2, Cab. 3, 45 Latin 2, Consulg Pep 15 French 35 Glee 1, Z: Dist. Sch. 35 Sr. Sch., Echo Staff Editorg jr. Class Officer. 21- DOROTHY POULSON Latin 23 French 33 Home Ec. 2: G. R. 4g Art 3. I' fu! ' EDWARD REED Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Orch. 1, 2, 3, 43 HifY 4: Football Mgr. 1. THEODORE ROGERS Pep 13 Biology 23 Zoology 33 Botony 33 C0111 servation 43 Agr. 4g Basketball 3. v IANIE QUIMBY ,-ffr,w,c,C ' 1' W lil. G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, Ex. Bd. 43 G. Z, 3, 41,7-1-f1'f'f, Biology 2, 3g French 3: Dram. 4,.4-'Pf6S..yChOfH'I f x, 1 3, 4, Pep 1, Glee 1, 2, 3, 4. ' -g ANNA ROSE Latin 23 Hom, c. .23 Choral 33 French 33 Penmanship 4. RICHA -Y Football 13 HifY 3, 43 Pe , Int. Rel. 33 Radio EG? Science 2, Biol. 23 Botony 33 Black S? Gold 4. DAVID ROSS Biology 23 HifY 2, 3, 4g Phy. Ed. 33 Band 2, 33 Track 33 F. B. 3, 43 Var. U 43 Pep 1, Math. 2. VIRGINIA SERVISON G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. R. 2, 3, 43 Choral 3, 43 Biology 23 Dramatics 2, 33 Pep 13 Cheerleader 4. ELEANOR SCHNEIDER Pep 13 Clee 1, 2g Biology 2, 33 Math. 2: Black Es? Gold 33 CofEditor 4: G. A. A. 1, 3, 4, Ex. Bd. 'lg G. R. 2, Cab. 3, 4: Jr. Class Officer: Dist. Sch. 1, 2, 3, 4: Sr. Sch. 'I'eam3 Echo Staff. WILLIAM SPROUL HifY 3, 43 Pep 13 Biology 23 Zoology 3: Botony 33 Civics 13 Cur. Ev, 33 Conservation 43 Agr. 33 Radio 2. .NED DANIEL SMITH Football 2, 3, 4: Track 3, 4: Pen. 3: Nlotion Picture 2. ESTHER SIMPSON Pep 1: Dram. 2, 3. 4: Glee 1, 2: Special Chorus 3, 4: G. A. A. 3. 4. KATHERINE SMITH G. R. 3, 4: Dram. 2, 3, 4: Choral 4: Glee 1. 2. 3, 4: Pep 1. KEITH SOWERS Denninson 1. 2: Biology 2: Art 3: French 3: Current Events 4. EDVJARD TREACLE Motion Picture 'lg Agr. 3, 4: Biology 2 MARGARET STALEY Pep 1: G. A. A. 1, Z, 3. 4: Cv. R. 2, 3, 4: Biology Z, 3: Math. Z: Echo Staff: Black E? Gold 3, 4: Sr. Sch. Team. MIRIAM STANEART AA173GR734Pe 1G1et G...,-.:..-,.,:ps: 1 2 3 4- Pen. 4, Pres.: Biology 2: Latip Z: . FI-mkiga. Black E3 Gold 4. ciwmi 4. I L GEORGE SWANEY Gen, Sc. 1, Boxing lg Phy. Ed. 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3: Track 1. 2. 3, 4: Football 1, Z. 3, 4: Gaptain 4: Var. U 3, Pres. 4. JOHN WHITE Band 1. 2. 3: HifY 3. 4: Echo Stuff: B. B. 2. 3. 4: F. B, Var. 3. 4: Track 3: Varsity U 3, 4: Dist. Sch. Z 3: Sr. Scholarship. ELIZABETH TAYLOR G, A. A. 1, 4: Black E? Gold 1.13, 4: French 3. Pres. 41 P6 , ,gym s 1 rift' 3 I .J -1 fr' v IJ I- N.. I' LUCY NORRIS i-'-J-fCf'- French 3, Penmanship 4. -J PIUS ZANON Radio lg Biol. 2, Phy. Ed. 35 Art 3, Track 3. SHIRLEY WETZEL Pen. 2: G. A. A. 2, 3, 4, G. R. 2. 3, 4: Glee 1, 2, 3, 4, Special Chorus 3, 4, Art 3, Pep lg Black EG? Gold 4. PHYLLIS WELSCH Glee 23 Biology 23 Penmanship 4, Current Events 3. RUTH WEST I A W Home EC. 2, Art 3, Penmanship 4. Y DOROTHY WINROD, Biology 2g Pep lg Drum Major 4, Glee 2, 3, Dramatics 2, 3. ELAINE YOUNG Latin 2, Home EC. 2g Art 33 French 33 Pen. 4. MORRIS RAPPORT Boxing 23 Biology 2, W. History 2, Football 3g Phy. Ed. 3, 4g Track 3, 4, Conservation 4. f. .71 1244 I fs r I' W4 ZW' XWMQA! gig Ld W E bl F? X C QQVIQZXL XM QE UK QASJVJ S f +lIf ' E W L' K 1 President ...........,... Vice President ......... Secretary .............. unior Class Treasurer ............,..................,.,...,.... ,- ...........,,...,..... Sponsors: Mr. Riffer, Mr. Baker, Robert Beitzel, Raymond Brown, Howard Bussinger, Dean Cecil, John Chapman, Robert Coventry, Donald Cox, Robert Dalpiaz, Albert Fisher, Carl Frye, Clyde Fuller, Robert Cowins, William Hefling, Charles Hicks, Arthur Hunt, Raymond Jones, Billy Kobelt, Donald Kuecher, Eugene Langdon, Eugene Lanning, Earl Lewis, Foster Lindsay, Clyde Long, Robert McClave, James McClave, Sam Marigoni, Albert Marstrell, Donald Marstrell, Keene Maurer, Walter Miller, Roger lylorris, Harold Morton, Dale Natoli, Joe Newton, Dean Peoples, Doyle Peoples, Robert Rapport, Lester Richardson, Carl Roth, Ravmond Schneider, Richard Schreiner, Kenneth Mitchell, Miss Benson, Mr. Sentz, Steve Sinden, Francis Snedaker, Ed Starkey, Edward Swagart, Granville Thrush, Robert Tippett, Lee Veley, Robert Wand, Robert Welsch, Cletus White, Charles Willoughby, Doyle Wires, Donald Wright, William Anderson, Marie Anderson, Martha Andreas, Peggy Andreatta, Erma Andrews, Wanda Armstrong, Hazel Barkley, Eileen Beckett, Marilyn Brown, Emma Jo Bufhngton, Phyllis Burdette. Mary Calusa, Evelyn Carroll, Jeanne Cattani, Irene Cecil, Dorothy Clark, Ruth Cox, Clara Jane Creager, Ethel Dunlap. Merle Dunlap, Doris Dupper, Verna Durstine, Gwen Ferrell, Jean Finley, Romaine Fisher, Marguerite Galbreath, Betty Glass, Marjorie Hadley. Irene Barnes. Raymond Roth Lee Tippett Walter Maurer Sam McClave Haver, Faye Louise Helter, Virginia Henry, Nora Howard, Wilma Hutson, Martha Johnson, Dorothy Johnson, Vera Leidner, Helen Lester, Evelyn McDonald, Eileen McMillen, Faye Morgan, Blodwen Morgan, Jeanne Nelson, Mary 0'Connor, Jane O'Cuin, Neva Lou Iona Helen Cyster, Pavalus, Perkins, Jeanne Quil'en, Myrtle Reese, Kathryn Rectanus, Marilyn Ridgeway, Laverda Robart, Lenora Ruffini, Florence Schleoel, Betty Schwartz, Ruth Smitley, Betty Spence, Haldene Staley, Irene Stellarine, Florence Stoner, Eloise Tedrick, Marie Tocoian, Eileen Turney, Marguerite Vesco, Josephine Wagstaff, Eileen Watson, Betty XVhite, Vivian Wilcoxon, Betty Whitting, Betty Xenos, Saia JUNIQR CLASS Sophomore Class Sponsors: Mr. Brown, Mr. Milgate, Miss Hursey, Mr. Wagner. Abel, Sylvia Bacca, Grace Bagby, Virginia Barkley, Helen Brown, Berdetta Carnes, Betty Carr, Helen Lou Cash, Marilyn ise Cenedella, Geneviene Chapman, Ruth Chrest, Mary ,Ann Corra, Anna Decaminada, Anna Decker, Iris Fahner, Mildred Fiedler, Wilma Finn, Eva Fowler, Eileen Garner, Pauline Gowins, Dorothy Hawkins, Iennie Helmick, jean Holman, Augusta Holmes, Betty Hufford, Romaine Hutmire, Doris jackson, Rosie Mae johnson, Mary Kappler, Betty Keffer, Wanda Kelley, Catharine Kennedy, Helen Loper, Martha McClave, Ann Phillips, Edna Poulson, Mary Louise Riley Mary Romig, Lucille Ross, Clara Rogers, Esther Schreiner, Arlene Seiber, Thelma Septer, Geraldine Shaffer, Wilma Shinaberry, Margarette Simpson, Phyllis Sinden, Betty Sproul, Arline Terakedis, Thelma Starkey. Mary Vesco, Anna West, Marjorie White, Hetty Wilcoxon, Ethel Xenosf Sophia Albaugh, James Baker, Charles Baker. Harry Berkshire, Eugene Blind, Russell Brady, Wilbert Costa, William Cramer, Harry Davis, Harold Decker, Homer Deromedi, Joe Douglas, Harold Dudziak, Stanley McCue, Thelma Mahaffey, Bernice Mahaffey, Florence Marsh, Ila Masnaghetti, Norma Maurer, Mary Jane Miller, Mary E. Mosher, Kathryn Murphy, Marjorie Edgar, George Dunn, Norman Edgar George Ervin, Walter Ferrai, Bruno Fisher, William Fouts, Robert Fuller, William Furbay, Donald Natoli, Mariorie Page, Elizabeth Pettay, Beverly Petty, Betty Furbay, Jack Gilmore, Robert Gooding, James Hague, William -23- Haugh, Melvin Haverfield, Joe Henry, Vfilliam Hess, Robert Hite, Robert Humrighouse, Harry Humrighouse, Roy Hunt, Harry Jones, Edwin Keesey, Ted Kilpatrick, Robert Kinsey, Vernon Laner, Leno Lester, Herbert Lewis, Norman Lint, Kenneth Lytle, Robert McCauley, Birney McCauley, Warren McPeek, Howard McPhee, Donald Miller, Robert Mossburg, Glen Patterson, Wilfred Pearch, Richard Pittis, Robert Plotts, Dean Pocock, Carl Reed, Albert Rennecker, William Riggle, Charles Roberts, William Robinson, William Roeers, Roy Shaffer, Franklin Shinaberry, John Smetts, Jesse Smith, Glenn Smith, Robert Spenser, Herbert Swaney, Robert Swaney, Robert Terakedis, John Vandine, James Wallace, Clyde Wheeler, jack Wolfe, Charles 5, lj! SOPHOMORE CLASS Allensworth, Vivian Alwood, Betty Anderson. Shirley Bethel, Mable Bosetti. Ida Brown. Pearl Cattani, Sylvia Chandler. Wilda Clarke, Helen Copeland, Dorothy Daugherty. Clara Daugherty, Mary Edwards, Edythe Edwards, Mary Errington, Betty Errington, Roberta Fairall. Freda Farmer, Mary Ferrell. Vera Fisher, jean Fisher, Vera Gatchell, Bula Glass, Wilma Gossett, Neva Gossett. Shirley Green, Jane Greer, Margie Harmon. Helen Harshey, Grace Henry, Ruth Hines, -loan Hodkinson. Betty Hurless, Thelma Johnson, Helen Kappler, June Kilpatrick, Cleo Kinsey, Beverly Kinsey. Ruth Long. Mary Maple, Helen Marstrell, Margie Marstrelli, Irene McCort, Dorothy McCullough, Virginia McDowell, Maryann McMullen, Erma Miles, Shirley Miller, Mary C. Myers, Marian Natoli, Rose Newton, Norma Northam, Virginia Oyster, Ruthann Paige, Sophie Papworth, Ioan Freshman Class Patterson, Betty Rectanus, Norma Rentch, Margaret Roberts, Lois Ross, Martha Schlegel. Charlotte Schneider, Rose Shinaberrg. Madeline Singerman, Evelyn Smith, Wanda Smitley, Irene Starkey, Hattie Stewart, Nettie Stull, Ruth Tidrick, Anna Tocoian. Betty Visintainer. Edith Wagstaff, Betty Wilcoxon. Helen Williams, Margaret Zavasky, Helen Abrom, Mike Alexander, Ralph Barkley, James Barnes. William Besozzi, Louis Burdette, Byron Carnes, Harry Cecil, Harold Chapman, Kenneth Chrest, Sam Corpman, William Cole, John Coventry, Paul Creager, Harry Creager. John Crouch, Leroy Cummings. Floyd Dalpiaz, Louis Dickson, Sam Dunlap, Richard Dupper, Victor Dutton, Logan Errington, William Fairall, Robert Fewcett, Donald Figley, John Gardner. Harry Gatchell, Elmer Gray, ,losenh Hadley. Alan Hale, Duane Hall, Carl Hall, Charles Harding, Alfred L30.. Haverfield, Tom Heston, Kenneth Hoover, William Hunt, Edward johnson, Richard Lehigh, james Long. Ralph lvlaurer, Robert Maurer, William McBeth, Floyd McClave, Richard McConnell, Art McLaughlin, Raymond McPeek, Paul Merryman, Joseph Miller, .lake Mohn, Richard Morris, Ernest Mosher, Adrian Nicholls, Calvin Northam, john Qberholzer, Fred Patterson, Albert Patterson, Dan Peterson, Donald Preston, Robert Pullie, Edward Quillen, Gail Reed Richard Reiss, Richard Romig, Robert Rosenberry, jack Ross, Eugene Roth, Paul Ruffini, Joe Schwab, Tom Septer. Frank Sergent, Irvin Shinaherry, George Stewart, Ray Stocker, Robert Taylor, Iames Terakedis, Frank Thompson, Edward Tolloty, Eugene Treacle, Richard Ueltschy, Richard Urban, William Warner, Earl Welch, Robert West. Alvin Vifest, Byron Williams, Roy Winrod. Dean Wolfe, Charles Xenos, Steve ,mam FRESHMEN CLASS Class Will I, John Parrish, do hereby bequeath my booming voice which can be heard all over the classroom to Carl Fisher. I, Dan Smith, do hereby bequeath my smiling countenance and good disposition to Foster Lewi- I, Keith Sowers, do hereby bequeath my drawing ability to Donald Wires. I, Irene Laughlin, do hereby bequeath my popularity with the bus pupils to Mary Louise Poulson. I, Edwin Fawcett, do hereby bequeath my basketball management to Don Furbay. I, Ray Hicks, do hereby bequeath my way with the women to Junior Lindsay. I, Gladys Balliett, do hereby bequeath my reserved manner to Hazel Armstrong. I, Ruth I-Iarshey, do hereby bequeath my ability to ask questions which set the classroom into an uproar to Mary Nelson. I, Louise McConkey, do hereby bequeath my athletic ability to Verna Dupper. I, Shirley McPhee, do hereby bequeath my ability as Cupid to Vera Johnson. I, Kathryn Smith, do hereby bequeath my interest in New Phila to Betty Witting. p I, Miriam Staneart, do hereby bequeath my typing ability to Dorf othy Cecil. I, Elizabeth Taylor, do hereby bequeath my activities in French Club to Ruth Clark. I, Ruth West, do hereby bequeath my seat in home economics class to Dorothy Johnson. I, Roy Barkley, do hereby bequeath my mechanical ability to Glenn Smith. To Snuffy Smith, I do hereby will my tendency to be different. Ross Phillips M32... 4-Ai '17 Ti' Q c ' J - ax X ' x Q h if ii ylf X ' f f il? 6 J. ES ERV GIRL RES GIRL RESERVE CABINET GIRL RESERVE CLUB The aim of the Girl Reserves is to find and give the best. The sponsor is Miss Benson. OFFICERS President ..,..,.,.,r,,,,,., .,......,,.,.....,.,,..,....... ....,.... H e len Gladman Vice President ......,.,, i..,.,.. K atharyn Pittis Secretary ............ .............. G race Miller Treasurer .,............,..,,.,,,.,,,............,,....,.....................................................,,.....,. Ruth Kauffman Other members of the G. R. cabinet are: Dorothy Allensworth, Jeanne Perkins Eleanor Schneider, Charlotte Fisher, Mary Nelson, and Peggy Andreas. 7 N ATIO CI ATHLETIC ASSO LS CIR G.A.A,EXECUTHTfBOARD THE GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION The Girls Athletic Association is striving to make girls athletics a living thing in U. H. S. They are workng under the leadership of Miss Lenk and Miss Daugherty OFFICERS President ...i.......... ...,i,.,..,i...........,,...,...., ........... B e tty La Porte Vice President .,,.,,.., .........,... B etty Hines Secretary .,,.,,, ........ Katharyn Pittis Social Manager ............,........ Evelyn Jones Treasurer ........,.,, ...........,,..,,......,..........,....................,...i............ P hyllis Buffington The Sports Managers are: Martha Johnson, Isabelle Forsythe, Dorothy johnson, Dorothy Cecil, Kathryn Reese, and Janie Quimby, ,E37,E f' ' D-1 E g , VARSITY "U" CLUB Under the direction of Coach Willett the Varsity "U" Club is trying to create a higher type of athletics in U. H. S. OFFICERS President .....,,.................,, ,, .............,..................,.i......... ........,,. G eorge Swaney Vice President ..,,,,,,,,,.,,,rr,... ..i........ C harles Gowins Secretary f Treasurer ,......,, ..............i.,...... B ob Hite I-II - Y CLUB The purpose of thc I'IifY Cluh is to create and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The sgonsor is Mr. Brown. OFFICERS President ,i,.,,,r.,,i.... A, I... .,,...,.......... .....,.,., G lenn Hunt Vice President ,...... - ..... Warren Cecil Secretary .,,...... . , ..... .. ..,........ Bob Reed Treasurer ., , .....,..,,...,...,.. Ed Davis BQ ,, LATIN CLUB DRACOMTRA Dracomtra is the combination of three words: DrafDrama, comfComedy, and traf Tragedy. During the year the meetings have consisted of short plays acted by different members of the club, many reports, and important events concerning the theater. President i........................,.,.,....................................,.............,.....,....,.,............,..,.,.. Janie Quimby Vice President ,..........,........,,..... .,.......... E velyn Jones Secretary f Treasurer ..................................,............i..,...., ...,....., W ilma Howard Sponsor ....................,,,...................,,...................,.......,,..,.r,...........,..,. ..,..,... M iss Daugherty LATIN CLUB ' The Latin Club has been successfully organized for two years. Its aim is to learn more about Roman History. Miss Lenk is the sponsor. FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS I Consuls ..,.,,.... ..............,i....i.............,,.....,.................. I eanne Perkins, Martha Hutson Censor ........... ..................,.......................,....,..........,......,..........,...................... T om Forsythe Treasurer ....,. ............,....,,.............,,......i.....,,.......i........................,........................,.....,... B ob Fouts SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS Doris Dunlap, Ruth Schwartz Helen Kennedy Peggy Williams Consuls ,......... .....,.................,.......................... ..... ..,... Censor ........... ..,......,..,,.................i...........,,.......... Treasurer .,... .................,.........,.. A414 SHORT STORY CLUB CIVICS AND DEBATE CLUBS DEBATE CLUB The purpose of the Debate Club is to promote interest and to develop ability in effective public speaking and debating. Glenn Smith President .,,....,,......i....ii................................,...........,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ' ' Robert Smith David Hunt Mr. Wiand Vice President .......,,..............,.,.........i......... ..,,...,.,. Secretary ..............,..,.. ...... Sponsor ........,....,,... .......,..,.....,.....................,. . CIVICS CLUB The Civics Club studied and worked to promote interest in Civic problems. The sponsor is Mr. Wiand. President ......................., .....,..i. ......i.. H o ward james Vice President r...,..... .....,.,...... C harles Hall Secretary .................,. .............,.......,.....,.............. - .......... - ............... ......... W i lma Shaffer SHORT STORY CLUB The purpose of the Short Story Club is to give the members of the club a greater understanding of short story authors and their Work. Mrs Mitchell is the sponsor of this club. President i....... .,..,.,...,.iA....i........,....,,..,.i.........,........ ................. M a rilyn Cash Vice President ......,i..,.... .... .....,.... M a ryann Chrest Secretary f Treasurer ........ ..,,.,.... .....i...... J e nnie Hawkins -,43,,,, B LACK AND GOLD PENMANSHIP CLUB Legible writing is the aim of the members of the Penmanship Club. Mr Aplin sponsors this club. OFFICERS 4 A 1 President , ...... .,...,,, . ....,...,, , ............. ..,, , ., ..,...., ,,..... M iriam Staneart Vice President ....., , , ,....,. .......,.,,,,, , .... ,, ,, . Betty Galbraith Secretary f Treasurer .... , ,, ,... ..,.... ..... ..., , , , ,.,, , .,..... ,.., ......,,.. Y 7 erna Dupper BLACK AND GOLD The purpose of the Black and Gold is to publish a school paper which comes out Once a month. All the articles are written by the students, and the paper is printed in the Commercial Department of the school. CO-EDITORS Thelma Andrews Sponsorsc .r.,,,.,,.....,.. ,, Society Editor ,,,.. . Sports Editor .,.... ., Recorder , ,,......,.,, ,.,, . Circulating Managers ,.,, Columnist ..... .... ,. Assistant Recorder ....... . Business Manager Cartoonist .... .,,. , ,.... Miineograph Qperator ., Stencil Cutter ,. ,... Chief Typists ...,.., ,.,, f Eleanor Schneider Mr. Milgate, Mr. Aplin Evelyn Davis ,, ,, Harry Bricker ,, ,, Elizabeth Taylor Dezzn Gilmore, Charles Greenlee . .... ,...,..,..........,......,....,,........ M arjoric Lehew Marjorie Fairall Dorothy Allensworth , ,....... joe Daugherty. Marguerite Fisher NNarren Cecil Charlotte Fisher ,, Helen Cladman, Margaret Staley -lie f BIOLOGY AND CONSERVATION CLUBS BIOLOGY CLUB The activity of the Biology Club includes phrases of science which don't come into the classroom course. The sponsor is Mr. Barnes. OFFICERS President ...........................,,.. ...,..,...,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, A r lene Schreiner Vice President ...i....i........... ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, D can Plotts Secretary f Treasurer ..,..,... .,,.,... M ary Louise Poulson CONSERVATION CLUB The purpose of the Conservation Club are to give reports on topics taken from government bulletins, to take game census, and to make observation trips. Mr. Barnes is sponsor. OFFICERS President .............................. ,...,,.,,.,...........,........... ........ R o bert Fouts Vice President ..................... .....,.r., W illiam Fuller Secretary f Treasurer .....,.,... ....,........................ i...,,,,., A l bert Palen DRAMATICS CLUB The purpose of the club, under the sponsorhip of Mr. Mitchell, is to fzuniliarize the students with drama and dramatists. -H OFFICERS President ........,........,... ......r........,.....,.,.A........ ........... B e tty Wilcoxen Vice President ..,.r,. ,...,,.,......,.,..... D ave Hunt Secretary ,.....,.......... ....... H azel Armstrong Treasurer .....,.,,,, .......... L ogan Dutton FRENCH CLUB The purpose of the French Cluh is to promote an interest in French through conf versation and by the learning of French customs and habits. The sponsor is Mr. Wagner. OFFICERS President ......l......... ..................,............... ......,. E l izabeth Taylor Vice President ......l ....,............ R uth Clark Secretary ....,..,,...,.... ...,...... ........,. M Ei rilyn Beckett SCHOLARSHIP TEAM Cn April 1, fifteen seniors took part in the Tuscarawas County Scholarship Test given at New Philadelphia. Those participating were as follows: Eleanor Schneider, John White, jim Natoli, john Bessozi, Margaret Hunt, Glenn Hunt, David Hunt, Mabel Creager, Thelma Andrews, Irene Laughlin, Grace Miller, Katharyn Pittis, Jim Baker, Margaret Staley, and Charlotte Fisher. AGRICULTURE CLUB President ..........,....,...............,... , . . ,............,..... ........ V ance Hurless Vice President ..,...,..,.............. .,..,.,., R alph Bender Secretary f Treasurer .......... ......., R avrnond Roth Sponsor ,..........,,..,.........,.,,,.,,,.,.... .,,, ,,.,,, M r . Wagiuer M48, T c :1: 70 5 : Q17 4 E E-n I N Q rc Cf! "N 31 O O L- :U 31 Z u I SHSDHOHD CHORAL CLUB The members of this club are chosen from three groups of music classes. It was organized last year for the purpose of stimulating interest in music. During the year it has presented several wellfplzmned programs for chapel services and entertainments. On March 18 the group with Miss McCollam took part in the contest at Muskingom. They received superior ratings twice and excellent rating once, making them eligible to go to the state contest. Director f Miss McCollam Accompanist f Marguerite Fisher , ,49,,, UHRICHSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL BAND CBand The Band, under the direction of Mr. Dominic Greco, is a great asset to U.H.S. The Band Mothers have helped its progress by purchasing new uniforms and new instruments. Drum Majors-Joseph Daugherty and Margie Ann Rentch. Flute-Fred A. Bower and Dick McClave EF Clarinet-jim McCullough BF Clarinet-Ann McClave Clarinet-Edward Reed, Charles Hefling, Bob Gilmore, Robert Thrush, Tony Webf ner, Foster Lewis, Jimmie Campbell, Theoda Staley, Lester Telle, Leland Turney, Robert Van Lehn, Harold Heston, Carl Fisher, Fred Masnagnetti, James Ashleman, Dick Brinley, Jack Morris, Jr. Dunn. Alto Clarinet-Mary Jane Maurer Bass ClarinetvLucille Romig Gboe-Betty Schwab and Georgia Parhas Bassoon-Romaine Hufford 1 Alto Saxophone-Vera Fisher, Virginia Roby, jack Stneat, and Hudson Hillyer Tenor Saxophone-Vera Johnson and Mary Starkey Baritone Saxophone-Jack Furbay Soprano Saxophone-John Spear CornetaSam McClave, John Cecil, Tom Haverfield, Blodwin Morgan, Hetty White, Dick McClave, Duane Hale, Clara Daugherty, Dorothy Armstrong, and Gloria Berg. Trumpet-Ruth Carnes, Sam Shimp, and Robert Hite. Baritone Horn-Elaine Smith, Bill Renneckar, and Richard Lewis Trombone-Kathryn Mosher, Norman Lewis, Charles White, and Betty Petty. French Horn-Marguriete Fisher, Marjorie West, Ethel Wilcoxen, and Bill Bower Bass Horn-Marjorie Marstrell, Charles Baker, Dick Whitehouse, and John Brake- bill. Alto Horn-Peggy Schwab Drum-jim Beck, Bob Wade, Joe Haverfield, Charles Henry, and Jim Baker -51,, 1 ORCHESTRA Orchestra Mr. Dominic Greco is the director of the Orchestra, which has entertained us in assembly programs and other school functions. The personnel of the orchestra is as follows. Violin-John Cecil, Richard Schneider, Georgia Paihas, Joan Papworth, and Steve Xenos. Flute-Bud McClave, and Fred Bower Clarinet-Ann McClave, Ed. Reed, Robert Thrush, and Foster Lewis Cello-Charles Hefling Bass Viol-'Bob Gilmore Clarinet QAltoj - Mary Maurer Clarinet QBassj - Lucille Romig Oboe-Betty Schwab Bassoon-Romaine Hufford Cornet-Sam McClave, Hetty White, and Blodwin Morgan French Horn-Margaret Fisher and Marjorie West Trombone--Charles White and Katherine Mosher Bass Horn-Charles Baker Drums-Jim Baker Piano-Bill Renneckar CURRENT EVENTS CLUB This club was established for the purpose of discussing everyday problems of the nation. Miss McCann is the sponsor. OFFICERS President ........................... ,....,.........,.. . ..,............... ......... C . D. Lindsay Vice President ..,.....,....... l...... A drian Mosher Assistant Secretary .....,...... .........i. C alvin Nickels INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB The chief purpose is to bring out a better understanding of the foreign countries with which we have relationships. The sponsor is Miss McCann. OFFICERS President ..,..............,,,,.,i.,..... ....................,,,..........,., , ., .....,...l..... Ruth Clarlz Vice President ....................,.. i.i........ C larence Beaver Secretary f Treasurer ..,... ....,...,,. D oyle Peoples 7 i Echoettes Dean Heter-Careful! Une single move and this boat will collapse. Ruth McCue-Can I move my chewing gum to the other side of my mouth? Miss McCann-For what were the Phoenicians famous? John Besozzi-Blinds Librarian-This book will do half of your Work for you. Joe Fisher-Fine! I'11 take two. "Yeah," said George Swaney, "When I came here I was pretty conceited, but they knocked all that out of me-and now I'm perhaps the most popular fellow in the U. H. S. Mr. Simpson-lsn't it time you were entertaining the prospect of matrimony? Esther-Not quite, Dad. He Won't be here until 8 o'clock. Mr. Mitchell-What is a metaphor? Robert Marstrell -For cows to graze in. Mr. Blair-If you keep up like you are now, you'll be like Napoleon. Dick Hodkinson-How's that? Mr. Blair-You'll go down in history. Terry Postel-lf I'm studying when you come, wake me up. f 1 f J f Q7 0 Nj , f - M X fzrzr Q Khao k ,Vg -,:KA, ooo 0000 T - :-L.,,.-, rr ' 'J--f"..:c2 it uf-'Z NJ' JD TRACK TEAM - 1938 Llhrichsville's 1938 track season was started by meeting St. Clairsville in a Dual Meet. They were defeated 8448. Th next meet was an invitation meet consisting of seven schools held at the Uhrichsville Stadium in which Uhrichsville was outf classed only by Barnesville, who collected 64.5 points to Uhrichsville's 47. Next in order were Midvale, Dover, Denninson, Sugarcreek, and Mingo junction. The 1938 Eastern Ohio District Track Meet was the second to be held at the new Uhrichsville Stadium and was won by Bellaire for the tenth consecutive year. The class "A" results were as follows: Bellaire, 68.5, Barnesville, 43, St. Clairs' ville, 35.5, Dover, 29.5, Uhrichsville, 19.5, and Stubenville, 14. The Uhrichsville lads ended the track season by defeating Dennison 68f5O. Varsity awards were received by Charles Hufford, Bill Page, Kenneth Gilmore, George Chapman, Bob Cox, Bill Smith, Pete Fantin, George Swaney, Junior Hicks, Gene Newton, Jim Daugherty, John Brakebill, Robert Chapman, Carl Richardson, Don Furbay, Albert Reed, and Charles Gowins. SQUAD LL BASKETBA i FOOTBALL SQUAD Football Varsity With ten letterman back from last year the Uhrichsville Tigers started their nine' game season by defeating Carrolton 6fO. The following week the Tigers, although they played good ball, were defeated by Newcomerstown 2643. After being turned down by St. Clairsville 290, the Tigers made a comeback by defeating Millersl- burg 'Z7f6, and drubbing Magnolia 41fO. With a record of winning three and loosing two, 'the Tigers took a slide and were defeated the remaining four games by Dennison 43f6, Dover 37fO, Cadiz 18f6, and Canton SRO, ending with a record of winning three and losing six. Those receiving varsity awards were: George Swaney fCapt.j, end, John Brake- bill, end, John White, end, Henry johnson, end, Bob Hite fCapt.j, tackle, Ed. Davis, tackle, Dave Ross, tackle, Harry Bricker, tackle, Donald McBride, Halfback, Warren Cecil, quarterback, Don Coventry, tackle, Dean Newton, guard, john Kleski guard, Lester Raport, guard, Bill Gowins, center, Robert Chapman, fullback, Robert Long, halfback, Donald Furbay, fullback, Albert Reed, halfback, Joe Pickenstein, quarterback, Ed. Fawcett, manager. Basketball Varsity This year's basketball team had another unsuccessful season. The team was qualif fied with height and scrap but lacked ability to make action shots. This handicap lost several games. The Tigers won their first by defeating Coshocton Sacred Hearts 36-15, then lost to Midvale and Tuscy. They won the next two by defeating Newcomerstown 4Of29 and Gnadenhutten 3460. After this they lost eight straight. Then, playing the best game of the season, the Tigers defeated St. Clairsville 5244. They ended the season by losing the remaining two games. The Barnesville's game was cancelled bcause of a scarlet fever epidemic ther. The Uhrichsville Tigers drew Dover in the E. O. D. Tournament and were de' fcated in a close and exciting game 3961. The high point men of the season were: Robert Long, Albert "Speed" Reedj, and Donald "Bus" McBride. Letters were awarded to Warren Cecil, Donald McBride, john Brakebill, Robert Long, Richard "Stretch" Schneider, Albert Marigoni, Joe Natoli, Joe Pickenstein. Robert Chapman, Albert "Speed' Reed, and Ed Fawcett, Manager BASKETBALL TEAM Class Prophecy How did I, Bill Sproul, know that I would be a travelling salesman after I graduatf ed from U. H. S.? I've been getting around the country a good bit recently and I've met and heard a lot about my old classmates. There in Uhrichsville Dave Hunt is mayor, William Hite is postfmasrter, and Ed Reed ownes a drug store. Albert Palen is the leading jeweler, and Pius Zanon owns the largest hardware store in town. Howard James is the new editor of the Chronicle, and "Ace" Bricker is the star reporter. Most of my classmates, however, have settled in New England and New York. Virginia Servison is cofstarring on Broadway with Bus McBride in a musical comedy directed by Eugene Kilpatrick. Dorothy Baker is a prima donna in the Metropolitan Opera Company. Clara McMillan is her private secretary and Elaine Young, her personal maid. I visited Ed Davis's night club and he told me that Jim Natoli is a noted physicist in Vienna, Countess june Leidner was also visiting New York at that time. In Connecticut I sold school supplies to Anna Rose, who is principal of 'the fash- ionable Nassar School for Girls. She told mc that Evelyn Davis, Betty LaPorte, Emmabelle Kail, Margaret Hunt, and Teressa Besozzi are teachers there. In our nation's capital I visited Glenn Hunt, who is the head of the department for the care of Lumbricus terrestis fishing wormsj in the National Parks. Josephine Andretta and Martha Berkley are his secretaries. Out in Detroit, I stopped to buy my sister a hat from those world hat designers, Helen Frye and Lois Helter. I saw Verna Humrighouse, who is their expert hair stylist. Bertha Cummings is the beauty operator there specializing on eyebrow styles. Grace Henry, Marjorie Fairall, Mabel Creager, and Shirley Wetzel are sec- Letaries in the Ford automobile factory. Clarence Beaver runs a home for homeless orses. Still farther west in Chicago I happened to see Betty Hines and Helen Gladman, who are nurses in a large hospital. Out in Montana Ralph Bender owns a huge dairy. Jane Cummings is the head butterfmaker there. On a nearfby ranch, Eugene fCurlyQ Treacle, Henry fshortyj johnson, Ted fSlimj Rogers, and William QBuckQ Barnes are cowboys. On my way home, I stopped in Pumpkin Center, and there I saw Bill Gates, the champion pool player and tobacco spitter. There was a medicine show stopping there. The manager was Gene Newton. ,Dorothy Winrod and Morris Rapport, originators of 'the world famous Canary Dance, were actors in the show. Stanley Dunlap was the master of ceremonies and Cwen Hicks was the business manager. In Kentucky, I narrowly escaped with my life when Ollie Leidner attempted to shoot me for a "revenooer". Beatrice Davis, Thelma Fowler, and Josephine Garf land are welfare workers teaching the mountaineers the use of fingerbowls. At Miami, Florida, I saw Lucy Norris, the recognized authority on etiquette, who was being entertained at the Ritz Hotel by the hostesses, Dorothy Poulson and Marjorie Narney. Phyllis Welch, the noted sculptoress of mosquitoes, was vac- ationing at Florida also. Well, everyone seems to be famous but me and here I am selling slates for rthe Simple Scholar's School Supply Company. .-61- U. H. S. Cl-IEER LEADERS Hazel Armstrong, Virginia Servison, Bill Fuller, Janie Cummings, and Wilma Howard IDEAL SENIOR GIRL Hair like Janie Quimby Smile like Margaret Staley Nose like Dorothy Allensworth Eyes like Ruth Kauffman Hands like Gaynelle Waters Personality like Katharyn Pittis Disposition like joan McMillan Dignity like Thelma Andrews Wit like Evelyn jones Brains like Eleanor Schneider Complexion like Martha Johnso Popularity like Grace Miller Line like Margie Lehew Strength like Helen Craigo Height like Charlotte Fisher Il IDEAL SENIOR BOY Hair like Warren Cecil Smile like Charles Greenlee Nose like Dick Rosenberry Eyes like Dave Ross Feet like Charles Gowins Hands like Donald Mallernee Personality like -lohn Brakebill Disposition like Vance Hurless Dignity like John White Wit like Bob Reed Brains like lim Baker Complexion like Bob Dickerson Popularity like Joe Daugherty Line like Dean Gilmore Strength like Bob Hite Height like lim Armstrong Maurer 86 Maurer The Al Schwartz Company G. Morgan American Legion Auxiliary Cox and Romig H. C. Spring P. G. Lanning 86 Son F. B. Maurer Rentch Brothers Job Barber Shop Snedeker News Stand The Frock Shop Twin City Hardware Star Store Westhafer Hardware Reliable Clothing Store Hunt Shoe Company Johnson Hardware Company M - K Store Baker Drug Store Twin City Wholesale Company McGowan Brothers Company J. E. Smith Wilcoxin Hardware E. Beitler Miller Restaurant J. W. White Drug Store Evening Chronicle Dean Hooker Shoe Repair J. S. Beck Purdy's Studio Mazurie Furniture Company People's Building 86 Loan L. Spillman Wiest Brothers Shoes Twin City Electric Company Patrons The American Legion Ashlimanis Store Snyder Insurance Agency Greenlee Store Romig Insurance Agency Evans Pipe Company Beaver's Service Station Gibb Chevrolet Sales J. W. Lytle Dr. Miller Potts Barber Shop Dr. Rainsberger Dr. Sheppard Francis M. Dunn Clark Provision Company T. Lanning and Company Clay City Pipe Company Hick's Furniture Company City Auto Company Haas Hardware Company Disher Confectionery Cooper Dry Cleaning Company Buckeye Pipe Company jake Kopp Western Auto Associate Stores A. Fouts, Manager Spear News Agency Kleanall Dry Cleaner Pearch Lumber Company G. W. Reed Wade Electric Store Ed. LaPorte Fred Fairall Lumber Company Dennison National Bank Uhrichsville Ice Company John Brunner john ,


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Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH) online yearbook collection, 1941 Edition, Page 1

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Uhrichsville High School - Yearbook (Uhrichsville, OH) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

1943

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