Uniontown High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Uniontown, PA)

 - Class of 1926

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X- . :1 , - " - 51,-.gfgtf-N, ,Ax ix 2.4 X i :E io , 4- 'lk XL lu-1 "3" 4 ,095 ,j N x f JE ,c , Q X , fam, 7 N A Dedication This the first yezu' book of the Uniontown High School, is affectionately dedicated to one whose best effoits have alvt ax s been devoted to oui comfoit and securitx one who has helned us not onlw as a teachel but aleo bx hm inteiest in ill of us as City Supciintendeni of Schoole one xi ho has been oui couneeloi ind guide While vue h we been gaininff the foundqtion on which to build bettei things DOCTOP J H ALLFMAN Supeiintendent of the Uniontown Schoole '?'W T11 X .2 ls' x X x ul""'7 A I' .i' .15 4 26 5 . . ' , . : - Y 4 I v I . I . . , . . . I v I '1 . Y 1. I X1 1 1 1 L A n ' ' A , Y . . - . ' ' y A A C I Y X . . . . c C, c J x. . . YJ , , V. . . . vbff ' T 5 .' 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Jolly, carefree, with just enough learning that he may see the beauties of life without his gaze falling upon many of its ugly places, the high school student spends four incomparable years re- velling in the dawn of his career. It is for this student that his book has been published. The sole thought of the editors has been to assemble a picture of the period, to catch :yi breath of the spirit, the undefinable sentiment, that has pervaded throughout the days when Uniontown High claimed us as hers, and to pre- sent to the students both picture and sentiment so interwoven as they ha.ve been in the days just past. Whether they have been able to do this is left for the reader to judge. They have done their bestg thy could do no more. They have no apologyg they but ask the reader to remember that this is their first effort as journalists, and that they make no claims to perfection. To thank individually all those who have helped to make the-book the kind it is would be an endless task. The editors wish that they might start and finish that they might thank each and eveiy one who has lent aid oi support toward the work But after thanking the student body whose almost unanimous back ing of the project gave the staff both material and inspiration for the task and after expressing the giatltude due to the advertisers whose financial aid saw the book completed it IS felt that expressed appreciation must be br ought to a close Where the editors have been compelled to close howevel the stu dents may continue if they will show the same spirit of willingness to help by their patronage those advertisers who have helped 1n one of their en deavors as they have shown in their activities in the school A word about the rather novel art scheme of the book Coal IS the root of all material good in the county in which Uniontown High School students dwell They are fed sheltered clothed with the profits derived directly or 1nd1rectly from the vast beds of black diamonds which are de posited far beneath their feet And so to the mine and the miner they owe much of all they haye Is lt not entirely fitting then that this book the first it is hoped of many annuals should in some way show the source of the wealth which made it possible? At the time this was written it seemed very doubtful that the annual would make its appearance before the close of school To give excuses would be of no use the editors stop by saying that they are sorrv They ask that the readers remember that the staff IS composed of high school students even as they liable to mistakes As time wears on may the stu dents take the book for what it is worth not iemembei it as the book that was late For the editors hope that they have assembled here a lemembi ance of high school davs that will never die a book that will be read with enjoy ment not onlv for the book itself but for the many happy memoiies which it surelv will recall when time will have passed with her griefs and Joys and will hay e come to those days when memories mean so much F01 if the editors have done this they have accomplished their purpose UNT? , gym.. Ms vi 4' 'lm -,.,. P A., ...eau-A -Ill ' 1 Y Y : 1 2: . ' Y . Q . X . . . . 7 . . . . - 1 ' ' s : v ' ' . 0 s 7 . . - . 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V 1 1, " " 'f2f'f"- ""' IF.-Xf,-.- , . . . .- , JESSE A LUBOLD A M P1 lncxpal Umontown Hlgh School Lollege of A1tQ and QCIBHCGS Susquehanna Un1ve1s1ty 1915 Sc B def 1ee Craduate School Susquehanna Unlverslty 1919 A M deofree 1n Educatlonal Adm1n1st1at1on and Supe1v1s1on and Sclence Graduate School Columb1a UH1V61S1tX summels of 1922 and 1923 fu1the1 ffladuate work Head of Denaltment of Sclence Huntlngdom Pa Hlgh School 1915 1916 Head of Depaltment of QCIQHCQ Asnlnwall Pa Hwh School 1916 1919 lnqtluctol m Phx mea McKeespo1t Technlcal H1 h School 1919 1920 P11nc1pal McKeesport Jun1o1 H1 h School and Duectol of the Teachels Tralnmg School 1920 1924 Prlnclpal Unlontown Hlgh School 1924 FW as-ff -LQ fa-fu 1-NX puff' -1 R fs if 12 . , . . 1. . . . , u . . ' . , , , , , . , . ., J' ' ' ' 1 c ' 1 J ' 1 I ' ' a - . 1 . v 1 1 'U 1 Q 7 C ' - A ' , , - ' - K : - , 1 F, - Q . ' ' . , ' . g - . 1' ' 1 ' . 'U ' 4 . - ' Q 1: K l vw .H .C I 55 , ' i X - -T , Y V -- ,aiu JQ1 -- Y X A X A X I . 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' li 4- 1' 4 1' . . 1 Board of EdUCHtlOH To that bodx of Cl1l6CtOlS, gene1allx IGCOQIHIF d fm the school boald who bx xntue of then keen mtellect and foleslfvht uele chosen bx the Cltllens of 'Ulll ntown to 1161 ffllfll the task of cl11eCt1110 ou1 eflucdtlonal xx s tem, goes an QYUIGSQIOII ot hecutx thanks, and 6111131 ec1dt1on from the stu dents the faeultx and the Uat1c,nQ of the l1 Uh school WK lthout then Co ope1at1on we 11 ould haue been D1dQt1CdllX pow e1leQe to adx ance, 111th lt vue have attfuned success 111 mam hnee ol 1Lt1x1tx On theie d11GCtflS denende the 131031888 of ecluccltlon ln oul corn mumtx lhex establ15hecl ou1 xchools elected otn tef1che1 1, enfmced ou1 1ttPY1KldTlCH Inu and fllcl LNQINHIINQ xxlthln then poxxel to ,QIVC us, the iutule C1t178llS .111 UDDOltll'lltX to Llltil upon oul his 110111 lJette1 p1 epvuefl than xx ould OtllQlVl1QC llflXQ been nossllole -Xtte1 thmkmq uoon 1ll tl we tfnngs, 11 me1e th1111l1 mu seems Ktllklnglx IHACIBULIHJEQ N6V9ltllQlQ 5 as It 19 the onlv means we have of showmff the 1eC1l17e1t1on of oul lnclebtedness, we do thank 1 ou, membe1s of the qchool hoand vnth all ou1 l1e.11ts The pleeent boalcl conmsts of sex en membel s W huseell Call P1es1dent A D Jaquette T1e.1su1e1 A I1 V110 t Sec1eta1x 1111131111 lI1ss lxdthellne Vl Howell W AJ, '16 fax. ,X 421 171,152 F R 6 ' -, 1 4 N 1 11 1 K, A ug , 1, ,M ,, 1 An.. 1 ,-- 13 . ,. . 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X ' X , fm ', T K - FV ' 'F 'Af J 'ff 2 ,5.-' jr' J N ,iff ' , ,fy - K i i.- A B21 Q ,II 'lf' f' fuk' Fx X il' K W ' Zh 'VA xfxrf' ff' 5 L Qifi-- I-f ' 7 W x .1'+h' 13 7 I iff Z4A 'X !!1f.i,A' 'T f':if'L ig-.ffic-P-35: :Qg--L 5 A ,-J' 4.5 S 'A vans-.Z an ' X xi. .:' ,,, - ' 51 'Y fix " . .X ' . zfz .Y if .fg...,1ii' ' FH '. - J U of 1 Hg, Q' '- x ', N 'e ' Q J J W 1- GA : X xx Q, Ax- , ff , -' - " 3 -, .i-4 G1-' fl '- "" 'f '--f--:- -31,4135 .MJ ' .x'fT-',T'f" 'Q- .. :SO L-'ff ' ' -- V - H , " ' "" .-N 1 ,W fr f N 0 SENIORS!-WHO ARE THEY? QBy Ella Margaret Hollandj S- Seniors! Who are they. This is almost the first question asked by the Freshmen upon entering High School. Now why should they want to know who the Seniors are 'I It is because, during their elementary schooling, they are given vivid accounts of the treatment Freshies receive at the hands of the lofty persons who are about to receive their diplomas. So they come to the conclusion that Seniors ar'e not to be tampered with, and that they, as Freshmen, must run at their beck and call. Have you ever known a class of Freshmen in which none feared the Seniors '? That may be doubted for if they will not admit it they will show it at recita- tion time if a Senior is present They say the Seniors are concerted and think they own the school but after all havent they accomplished some thing of which they can rightfully be proud P And isn t it only natural that they should feel ownership rn the school when they have worked there for four years? But let us consider the Senior s version of his position He enters High School as a Freshman with the foregoing ideas concerning Seniors As he advances from Freshman to Sophomore from Sophomore to Junior he begins to experience the difficulties of a High School career and he soon realizes that things are not what they seem At last he rs a Senior but where is that high and mighty feeling? He has attained his last year in High School without acquiring the least bit of haughtrness and this is the reason He has reached the final stage only after passing the first three while experiencing a great many hardships Four years have in spired in him a frlial feeling for his Alma Mater, and when he begins to 1B Rah "-ul consider how soon he must part with the dear old school he realizes how much or how little effort it has cost him to attain his position. At this stage in a Senior's life his heart rs filled with delight for he knows he is going out into the world, a raw l'6CI'l.11t, perhaps to place his name among the renowned. Who knows 'Z At any rate he's going to make some place for himself in the world. On the other hand, the Senior year is the most difficult to pass lLll1'0L1gl1. 'lhe Senior realizes that only tll1'0l1gl'1 work can he get along in this world, so he puts away those childish toys and takes up the reins of life with a gr rm and austere deter mrnatron He tolls on and first one lesson, then another Lach one arms to place his name as high as possible on that list of honor students There is no time in the life of an ambitious Senior to think of tormenting the lower classmen More important is sues claim his attention Such is the spirit of a faithful Senior At last the great day the final day arrives Commencement in all its glory 'lhe great auditorium fills with spectators friends and loved ones of the graduates In files the long line of Seniors clothed in graduation robes each eager to receive that docu ment which will admit him to a higher plain of life and education The program ends and each is presented with his diploma his Alma Nlater s parting word After this last good bye they leave the platform to meet their parents, who greet them with eyes filled with pride a perfect end to such a course Seniors' Who are they? 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'- ?"' .1 ' 1 , - - OT 5: - ,, . - , ' ---i ,, - .., , .1 . , v.:,...--.-, . -f . ffl 3, y V , 'V . . T ' 1- ' TBI-av-' ff' -- +5-'fb ew - 25 if , - . X, ' fl xx eh- fx 'L' - Q" -' 4.. J'-A fa'-. 'v f '-3. ' " - '--I-:::!.'-.1 f7!'f.'5"fl ,II nt' '- '. - x XX , . - Y- -. , Q' 4 2 J I -- , -' fi., A - -, "--l..:!-.fzm.,','.g A 1 ' , :..01v.' - .-X--u , ef- A .,J-.-... ---f" , XX,-, 4. o'-- N ,4 xx! ,. .' 'a,, , at J? 5 wfsls I f 1' Z ki-nm., 'ia 7,7 R Q g s A l wx , L . l , RUTH BANE "Ruth": Classical Glee Club II. "A shy face is better than lwartf' a forward ROY BARCLAY "Baron: Techinal Inter-Class B. B. I, II. "Tomorrow comes, and we ar? len let us 1lV6 to daw' where ? SARAH BAUM Sally Classucal A B Club II Flench Club IV Dramatlc Club IV Honol Roll SGIIIOI Day lNonc but IIPISPH' can be hm pfuallvl GERTRUDE E BAUSCH Gertue' Commercnal She new Cl stops at Just a b1t Qhf puts her whole soul mto lt 9,5 ,gg AQ -,,,. 18 T 1 ' - 3 . " ll lv. ' - T . . . ' v 1 1 . - ' 1 V.. v J , , , ,, n u ' v . ' AA f - ' ' . v 5 . . ,, , .. l l l J?-!If"'i E XV. - . -l , " V. -' 5 ' M f. -. - W 'L - , .0 5 -' 'Q X, ' ' 1 . ru fag , -. x O T 1 A 1 . 4 " 7 Az - ,, , I - - . .- -".' - Q...erL- ,, ' . , f X: 'G I A, A 'N' X kk 1. I1 .xx J M" ,,-',15f. f'!w,.., "-5 'Q :wan-j-.1-, ,, CY? 11 'ml Ci T' ig! x, Q , ' '. s X -1 , -3 1 ,- r , .h,. if .-w:--.,-..-uh +1 ry - l-.-,Y -ph: 4, .1 A J .'. Q my .-xm Y 1 x i . Q I'-Lg, .,,. - Q, . 1,3 if --f-' y of, 3, 1 -, X -- -4-Li,-..::,,1 U 4ff9,, .5 lu, EJ I VI., ,- X- xxx My mn-A H J ,gen AA -.Q - W Q 'i 'J' fv.-4 i f 5 A- "3 ,, eg, .-- , " g:f4.I1:5:1-,,Lun.va:l. .s -:'::,1'f' .. :. .o 1-sf - -- V - v , f fs - .,,., ,, ..,, . 'U URJUQQEQIV ALICE BEATTY "Hopwood": Commercial "Speech is silver, silence golden." FREDERICK BIERER, JR. "Freddie": Commercial Commercial Club III, IV. "Quality-not quantity." CHARLES E BORTZ Happy General Klee Club II IV Oncheetra IV Operetta Ill IV Interelass B B II Boys Octette IV Senior Day And h1S blg manly WOICG Furning again tow ards childish tleble Pipes and whlstlee in his sound M ARY MARGARET BRATTON Mary" Commercial Vlixed Chorus IV Commelcial Club IV Like but oh' how different' Tae I 4? vi. ,,,. J xx A 5 nh 51 if 1,1 19 . , JR. ll 77: w w . . . . . I y y - - v , I ' 5-' - - I - 1 U . . Y . , . . Y . . Q , . 1 1 , .l . . , ,, , , . . . ll 1 ' . , 3 ' . ll Q , - , 1, vU7'c?-E in x -' ' ' r, N'-. . -K - 'L ' - -just , ,. 'ln : , ,. ,.fL. mu -a. 1 V: ' V W . JF h -1 re, in --v uf-. - L 'Ibn ' ' I' ' I X' ' ' --.1 ' f. . -1:4 '- f - ' X' sf . I r,-,, . , , ,Y , X- - - , I? T -T , 'I' ' ,.:: 1 ,J 3 ' .41 4 f ""-fi.-1' 5 '-I, U A g J '. 5' X 135 QQ N- - . T CX , - -J..- --M' -' ,- A14 7 ,. -ff' -1-., '-:iv-5,...-f...1 ' uf! J' 7 J - 'X X- s. E e- I .-ue. f-"' -Q - v an -vu - " '- ' '., 2- A- ""--1-wrl"v4'y': 1, nv. ,ns A- .I 1 ..4 .- - 1, 4 .,.-. I -5-..,-, - -.K I A .. -,Ave-' Y, x+.,,,:..:2 . I 5 -g1-y'. ."' - u I - '- ,.J'--f --'-- ' . .,- . ,, vu ' E ff, X thx X , ., X ,"-1 ul ' I ,'- ,,: 4 ver, I I ' lf," if t, tx .n ,.Qjf',1 ,QW -X t. Q.,.n rn kch I3 N X ve-"" 1-7 li q x ,Q 3.9 qi . N . V GLADYS HUGUS BROWN "Gaddy": Commercial Commercial Club IV. "The greatest victory is the triumph over oneself." ROSEMARY E. FIELD "Little Eva": General Girls B. i "Come xx 1 ath B. II, III. not within the measure of mv ARTHUR BROWNING Classical IV Boys Presldent IV PFQSI Club IV Business 'VIana,:,e1 of M 85 W Clee Clubl II Opelettal III IV ot F1 ench Club IV Flench Play dent ol Jun1orSen1o1 Dramatlc School Plas IV Presldent of Debating Club IV Debating Team IV Presldent of Beta H I IV Student Senate III IV Qemot Day Fleas of A B Club II Ambition iq no cule fol love EDWARD JAM ES BROZIK General IIQIICP IS deep as eterrnty Qpeech li as shallovs as time mv 31 V21- AQ LE ,ai :Hi-.-'RW' 20 . , H HArt!1u ' :' r . 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S 'KA K Af S A sf .nl LILITH H BRYSON Bryson General 'xx XXX! F? NIIXPII fll0IllS III IV VR 1th qos that look mto the very soul ught and I5 black and bllffllllg as coal Ns x QVKM MARY GRACE BUNDY Babe' Commerclal Commercial Contest Never ldle a moment but thrlfty thoughtful of others alld ESTHER M BURNWORTH s Pug Commerclal 4. CN. 'S 1 4. X XWVNX 'Ndkvivxw x www u ll Wl 5 WV xv I 4. Ilebatmg Club IV Commerclal Club IV Nllxed Chorue IV Senlor Day Commerclal Contest Honox Roll Vlan dellghts not me as-x. .342 xx fpnv 'xv r ROBERT WALLACE CATON Wallue' General Qtudent Patrol III IV He the sweetest ot all slngers w5Qz x1"N4'+i 'Nc SN: 399m Xe Q ' ANNA x ,il fff ' dl 3 if 2 5 ll ll.- r' I fl L fn 'V+ x i If-SNA"9v .908 '9 N 34+ Hinos 'VW .1141 21 . - , ' 5 5. -4 Y.-1' 1 , ' Z ,' al' ' UI . - fs' N' .11 . Lax E-.I "fc ' . iQte:2z-sm'-. 'i:5:r:2s.'fg4ce1:f::las.-."rfu:::2:erf:a.efs1xe:s :4 :r1.. ' ..l-11' A A-.414 if nw, M., f.-af fe. 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IIINIIIGIQ fan tall and WILDA CONN Wad General FIPIICII Llub Fluv as the needle I0 the polc 01 as the dlal to thc sun MARIE L CRABLE Rec" Commercial QOIIIIIIGFCIHI Club IV Quut to some to otlwlb gay Vlodeblly she xx ent her way ELLEN E CROSSLAND Ellen Commercial GIYIS Glee Club III IV Mlked Chorus III IV Operetta III IV Lommerclal Club IV Fhy modesty IS a candle to thy merit Vw .Q 4,3 no L l 'I V U :sub ":Evzzr f,4. H 22 ' .5 f H ' Ze Q g. 5 A fs Q IA H. ' 5: : v - . Q . ' , 3 g ' , IV3 5 xx, . 1 '- - ' I . A E 9 Elf 'ZH ii: ,- II - u. E 3 T: ' , ' . E: I., , 1 X 3, .2 . - , . H '22 523 '51 ':T. 21: Q? . J 5:1 1 ' FI: , , ,, 3 L . 'CE TQ a I 1 f , Q I IA ry: ' '1 ', 'T W' . ' . ' 5 1 , : ' I . I 'EI . 4 , - .-1 M - - rv 5 it . ' ' 15.90, f- I , ., ug, VL 5 '1 , "J :se L X .- if 2522 :sis Ae ,I ww 2' ,.-Zz. I., I ' ess- we I,f I f SIE: 52 Y. .... .... . 7 I g ' z A? 3 I ,. - - . -, V-. - - 4 if .Ely II - Y I l If X. A i ' 5 3 E X .Q ri -23 f s5'9:3:1135:S., ' F ". ' "Tx '1'55f ii? 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I, IIQ French Club IVg Dra- matic Club IVQ Glee Club I, II, II, IVg Oper- elta II Ill' Office Work IV' Room 5 pro- glam Senior Day A malden wlth bewltchlng snnle NK ho can the best of men beglllle JOSEPH DELMORE Joe ' Technical u med without that s mnocent with JULIA DIEHL Jude Classical Ottme Vloikl II Operettal III IV Sec netaiy of Room 5 IV Dramatlc Club IV lhamatlc Club Play IV French Club IV Senior Day Fhey have measuled many a mlle lo tread a measure w1th you on thls ground ff I F1011 '?'Ni' JJ,-C qa -a..,,,,,, 'H mu., ,....i.as -ll 4 -5 vng -xx. F,-f' ovary' -125 3 23 , , , , - '. ' 1 ' . v, M . Y. . . . ft, I , . ,, ll Y I ' ..' ..HsAvS 2 . ' y ' ' - ,. in H ., W ll u. ' . 'V ' Y ' ' , I , 1 Q ' gk 'A ' ' ' , : 3 " I Q . . ur . ' I H . .V H I 5: ..,:- Z, N I Q 4 I E2 .L-.-.-gl:-5-.-11.016, 7 4 . ,N vf 5' A , ' ll' 5 2' '1, ' " . f' Z -92 ,f-I AQ. 3, .5-2 ,- .-:u -T 7 ,Y fx .z'f'4 . . J n , JS A Qg- - ,Q -4 'Q I - A- 5.,'..-.-1 H , X 11 ' D" kk' " 'Sidi d a 'Is '3 ' i .ra-. 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Hu han hu mdIIU6I'4 all viho savi mn ed HAZEL DILS Toots' Commercial 'Vhxed CIIOIUH I II GIFIS Glee Club I ll Upeletta I Il Lommexcial Club III Countv Fypewxltmg Contest IV Second Honor County Vocal Contest IV For well she kept her genial mood EMMA LOU DUNN Emil' General Io meet hex IS to thlnk her quiet Io knoxw hen 18 to shale hu mlrth iff? ti '?'NQ .ago lk 'S' I AQ I i" ,. gy R ch 9 'A-N '7 , st Nt- at , A , ,, -L25 :L 3-l 24 '- 1 - ' -' , . . .K ' . . . Y ad. ' 1 U AA I 1 ' I - ' -' , 2 I I - ' ' y I 1 ' I . 7 v -' ' 4 - I , , J nl . ' J! 'x it ' v. uv! - ' 4 ' . ' . fy P' v v . ' 4 1 1 1 1 ' " 3 1 I P. I-rf e sw 5, - .T V' " hffl - 5 . A. A A .7 1 .I 1 ' 7--51 L- ' lui ,fc I i h ,R U ,L H - G Q R s I A I , -. ' " ' 'lu V I X: ,. J ' . .u 'T g . f Q". C- f' '- '. A ff f' x " 3 J Q f 5 f ' " -' ti ' ' I a ' 5' . -L --,ff "" -f - '. KJ -- x fat. TZ' " --2:3-3 by g 011344 Ia. ' I - x X. .. -I .-gee. -f -.Q Y" W -.-, -v-- , 4 1 f-.' -3 - I ------:::. .:-.1..r! ..--'fl ,J ,vl- - -' '- I N .X A -- ' . . 4 . ,. I -- , -' fs - fe a - '-fini.-r um- -- ' - ...1,. .'....-.1 Lv...-V A-..,, ,..:2 . ' ,,Q, ' i ' , . x. . 3, --f'Z' - f,,J4,. " f-144-QQ'-, H ,..'-.5N,..t ..... N- -7- . v- 'J ' J." .. " ..':. . ...JI'fl' 'r!In'Iif!h'iiJHl:!'1'5. fiifI55.Pi!i'H!ElfC5.l'.'i33Hl3A'!!!? SF F5 , Q. . I- . I l Jn L x ALI QD . :ll :wi ' " vi rl HAROLD DUNN Hotty" Technical 1 II Vnslty T I X Ihsket Ball Manager IV I on 181111-'lllP0fIT'lafl' MARY DUNN M Dunn" Classical X B Club II Maroon and Vlhlte Statf IV In-Hnch L nb IW Honor Roll 'llatchle-Qs hex pen V1I'tl10llSh9l lance Bold ln hel hits and fuendly her glance EDITH ELLIS Ede" General Talk non ol vsasted dftectloll attactlon ll xel was wasted RUTH E ELLIS Boots' General I lee Club lll IV Vl1X9d Cllolus lll lV Ile II md that hath made you fdlr hath mari: xou hood qv-ii. ff .Of -'ASK 0' 'IA ill? IA! 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Q... --- -Q 1,2 1 ':-- f . 5- "-..,, ' -V-its-is ,,,.!,,, . , , V rgwll kx I- -E. x. L - A -. - S 4.-ii ' - 41 - -ff, -- . ' --few1-5-.f'1w1L..-,-ra - ---:-7:-tr.. .- N- 7,-'1 ' ' ' I 9.4 fixnj -M f , . N. . 3, I - -- y,J.,, -L .-,ju I ' lLf,s 1 fl- gj,,, 5' N. ,K , N 1, ,Q N , J? ' ll ff Lf I ,- 1 -2 JOHN P. FARKALY "Johnny": Commercial ' "'l'Iie1'o is no art to find the mind's cou- struclion in the lace." i v JAN E FAFIR "Speedie": Commercial l'fm1nwrCial Club IV: Mixed Chorus IV. "I never, with important air, v In conversatioxl OV91'ilQ?ll'.7' JOSEPHINE FEE 'Jo' General xml I nus IV Q1 S B Fie-nch Club IV No lark mole bhthe QAM FEIGUS Classical I 'nut fJIdT011Cdi EIIYIIIUAUOIIS H lemplf AB Club II Debatlng Club IV ' IIOI R0 He vsae .1 scholal and .1 ripe good one exceedlng vuse fan' mpoken and persuad mg C L '?'XQ 4'-Q. -A ,F ,Haggi- 5: R L, L . 1 X him yn-"' A af -P-Q, I I X -5 .3 '71 lv 26 A Y 1 Mi I flu ' J ': 'irl. . B. I, Il, III: Q id , ,I ' J! I .. 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I Alu 4 ll 1 x lVl'CHAEL FIFFIK S lkes General 3 Il Upewlta u ISON llle- flblllf 1 SOPHIA FINGERETT S apy Classical imlt lb IV ITGIJH lllg Lluh unch C uh III IV ub II Foam :J Chape1P1oz1f1m S9n101 x kIC1l0 Roll Q Sul flu ALIIOII to the woul the vsord to xc ""ORGE FOSTEP Mor" General mtuue H ELEN FOSTER H Dummy General 1 ee l I l Ll ll lx vol I am what I appeal 02 :QD ?'W 0. AQ: ,J-A -1' " fl R lu .2 ' .5 QW self" 4 -ni-"' lv I X F 4. G-' 0 fv ,W ...v ,S cab .,- ff 27 ,--':"3l SJ . . ., J, .I F - M . ?a7 I ,. 1 , lx 1' .V ,- -- , A If l f - ,UW 1 'ZQ ' V.'-:laff.11222:If-12:-.rss-:Q22:1awansfas:::r:1s:2Qs1:f::sf:e::2:5ss:r:s:-:asfxo..11-2.14 . .wa . ., .I - I f, I-. ,N y: a ol X K ' ,, ' Q L - rl: . ' 74, 3.3 W :. 5. .. .. -s - 4 H- Y ...E ,. . . l fi A I - v 5? ' M jg: Irtviwzt YS I! I , 1 ', ' IV. A If , "Ile-. wh is hi' vu nd. is il 1" - tr ':, . r as -4 - .. N gg: :ul mon. . ., O H: - I? lm z iv Cl: 'Q t' ' IV: A Fri , IV: Girls B. B. III, 3 A-U K X v Q 5 , P . . K .. J ' . j 3 :aft 1' . 1111- I Atiou' za f 1 I I -:fi xg in L4 .- A If ' ' ij: 'fy "EVL'l'yOI19 is the architect of his own , 351 fl " .' ' 5:3 -:Q .- . 55: .. . Q VI 1 :un II. I ' una: ' 'Q I A . -A fl I F' 22: .,.. Q.. -V LJ mf ,I4 , W 93. :na gg. I Pg .... .... if - M- F ' P I HH my Q.: 9- :::: :::: fri f....,. '. 1-i---. 'ly 1 --I I .. ,A If f ll Q ,I X a f af ll? -Ji, - 4 'WI , 1 f , 45 Y X . I If ,Q ff I vfff?--NES" ' , 1. ' ' f.- .qt K . V 'L , 5 . 1 , lla' ' ' 3- ,- - J - f if-T I Q" -gwn Q. L, or I, -7-'V ' 1 5 '- 'lakh . It ' 1' 'KTA 'auf 's f ' lafff.-1 5' ' 'rl jifxz-u V' '1 fl if I Q if L-xv Q - I . f . - A.. -""' af. if '12 Y-S-. ' -Urs-1' J' 1' 4 ix- J . I.. LX :Sy X, xg., .::..f.'-. I 1. .A "' " ' ': 'Q f'.'4 ' - " "' -Q ' "' : 'f??5flf2:L..i" 7..r:TfJ " --'-5 .x..:'T,-,T-." , I.,Q1wi,1 .-V' 21 1 - -" .,-ga-, ---.1 " -QIQA . V Q I A m ,. -, ,,. Weamwwfd, flag' L Y I 'I 13 ' - 2 r HAZE L FRAM "Patty": Classical "A true friend is one ol' the most precious gills of Heaven." X l CARL GALLAGHER l "Cody": Technical r X Hi-Y Club. HN XXOIIII s Vldlldlll 101 hw welcome HARRI ET GALLAWAY Hat" Commercial L Olllfllklfldl Club Ill IV 'lleet tuals xxlth smlles and they vanish Fan c-me xuth A song and they flee ROBERT GLENN Bob' General One ol the tevi the 111111101 tal names lhdl xxele not born to die 'Va ,T lb vig A14 1, I i -1 Y lb ,. " 's x X lst qu--"" Av i., -L' f 1 ., 4 it ,,,, 1, K- 28 " ' v w I , U -.1 ' . ' . 1- ,, .. . . AA n ' 7 . 1' T 1 ' " , . K' 1'1 1 v' 4 ' 4 1 ' 1 ' A A ., . . H 1 " Y .. 1. .V . . . H ,, , 1 , - U l .. 1 -we-L? mm- w. " . fr X' - . 'K .' 'fl ' A r. ' ,-if - - - .: - I '. e -' 1"-. ' 'i I ' -. I '. 1v'1 -'f -T X P ' , ' , '.iL.i .8 1 . ers 1 . r . . h '1.l - I ,,.,,-.,-.--V , x PM Q1 'R Ji " -P 2 4. .23...ii:, L 52,1-',-. 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IVA CHRISTINE GOE r Goe Classlcal NI1Xed Chorus III FI9HCh Club IV Inele IS a gltt beyond the leach 81 ot blllllg' eloquently sllent MARY GOLDBERG P gg Commercial Nllxed Lhmus III Clee Club Com Ilwltlcll Klub IV Senlol Day He fu me ton I ulll speak OSCAR GOLDSTEIN Awk" Classical Inter class track II III Varslty track II III IV Football III IV Intelclass B B II III IV SGHIOI Day Patrol Squad III IV H1 Femple A B Club II Honor Roll A , XI nate-ver skeptlc could lnquxre for Fm ex eu xx hy he had a whelefox WNIQU 'v lt! Y x 92.41 M1IfQMUVdM8iW IH I 'FAQ -' AQ -.,-lun vlpJ'fAvl'J'5 ' 1? R L "' rn mm Q gn KV X X X , N X 1 1-vt" Lit.: 5 'iuqgw , 4 4:5 Q- 1 9 gf- x - If S '- ""-a. ,fe 5,1 'D Yi,-lui ,zr ' ,-51 " I -N J ' 1 , f '. 0 .-fuf'I'5f'J'I'2'2T'2'I-If-f-ffl'.'.'-'P-I-Ifvfo5?l'7'l'sl'7u"71f'4'C4" 1. . ITT' 5: ' - ' .f'l'T'5'1'-1I4'Z5f6'1 ' A , ff! ,QQ . 'F' V' . 7" '2 NA s W We-be L is 'H . 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'r, 'I ,' , ,. f . . ff ze I x 1 . K ----"' ' ' ' i " . . -. n ' ' 4 - . I , li gn 1, L I , ,A g. 4.-D -.--,...s--.,A,-nl, f,, ,uf I, -V .. bl. IAA, 'WI--I 5:...-- .X 'I ---- - A. . -Q .. Q- 2 5 7-.2 ' - " - ' ',, -25-, ..-Q, ' - - 7-':::17151-,f,h'Jf.',l.yJ -wg.-, ' ., :..01v.- .. -"'-21 ,- -f- .U--,., . A--rw -' . .,. . ,, , 1 1 9 P inf' QS9f'v"r H r. "Q l , i- le f 'H 'M - n'Z . ' -- 51 1 K :"1":':' 'iif' - N ' '1 kj' K ,,' -1' ' if ' iv Rah 1- 'lhx xx H gin v"' 4-5 . 4 X MARY EMILY GOODWIN "Red": Commercial Commercial Club. "Men may come and men may go, go on forever." but I HELEN PAULINE GORLEY "Polly": Commercial French Club III: Commercial Club 1113 1 Senior Day. "My thoughts are whirled like a potter's xxheel HARRY GREENWALD Harry General xul md '1 vs ay 01 make one JOE HACKN EY Pap Commercial Varsity B B Ill IV Captain Pennsyl xama Qtate Champs 1924 25 Senior Day The greatest happinese Lomee from the gieateit actlw ity xref' n XIX? .lgfdj 01.1 '- " .' I , Q Q 30 V , 'Y al sv. ,' ' lu ll ' " V. . ry , I ' l T 1 f. A4 U. ' 1 -Lf' . . I , 3 , , yn -1 K 1 54 - 2 I AL . ' 1 p . . . ' y' 'Y l l s N I R, ' X up, 9 N--. A - C- .2- V . ht V . ,. . . ,- 1 l 5 H, I Cv -e' --., "' . Lg "- -1 5" 49... 4.'.L.. JJ .-" i ' X J .,a-" " dl .. I I R --L ' ' - - A 4.4: - ff . - -1 Lx -A .. 1 . -- --'- .. ' X . 17,7 1 ' 'B t 'eQ.1.-1-:- Q Q - - Q- f- ' f.,.:.-L.- 2. 1 3 ff S 'f f, ,f C f . 2 '. M 1 . -- 1 sz K -- up--" .rw A, V 1 El -1 , Y : . .N -- uv -'Km M ' t a - 541 -5,-"'-' . Milf- f., TZ' ' '--l'::5.i- lbs' 0, 1 gil- ry nf ' :l'f.'T Xv?X X ff.. I-F! 'V' -- " ,L . .., "' 1 T 'i ':- 714 'C 47-1 "J-1 -196, 5 -" ::' ?"f49fZ4g.'frWfSf.7'VJ "'-"7 ml" '.N1,"T".T'-' ' . ifibieh- 10' V , "'7':" ff-J'- " ":"Jif" " ,1- ZJQN 1 ,W if ' 'D 'AL 'x.. Ls -1 Y .2 9 53515, xi m 'ful' IL- Tix --rg, . If I ,Wil , I ' I . 1' 'V 14 I! - e 2 X I. N. HAGAN "I, N": Classical Inter-class U. B. I, II3 Varsity B. B. III, IV3 Varsity Football II. III, IVQ Hi-Y IV. "He will escape the uphill by never turn- ing back." X I EDNA HARDGROVE t 1-Eur: Classical '- X B Club II French Club Honoi Roll Let llnowlf clge glow tioni mole to mole IOHN B HIBBS Deacon Classical Hll IV French Llub III IV And let llw mind taint healt ne ei vson 1 x LUCETTA A HIBBS Cetta Classical Fiench Club III IV Few persons have coulagc enough to dll pea: as good as they IC illy fue 'A .,,... -Q n-14.7 fb L J... I 1.-:ps J- 31 1 h . 1 . . , , - .. A , , I I , , -, , , .y X . in H. ' I , , A 1 1 ' I i - ' H 4 ' '.' - ' . v 9, lady fair." I ll ll: ' , . , . -- 4 Y K. 3 . .A 3 .. , , . 1 f . I . I. I, . 5. . . E - . . .H I I , , , ,. rt wav- ' ix. - A t Q' K - 'fl - ' Ex-3, , 1- L- W- X 5 X ' '- ffi ,A-Y--u. - 1. 17- ' I .. 1 . .. . . - - . . . , , ,G , V 1 .. .. '47 .- Y J. I ' J---M, 1 4 , f , Xl ,C ml Q, .l .16 I. Lk .L -1 .xg , gzjz: 4 --4 -i ".- ' .4 ,J 5 wx W i --tv. Q ' . J - f ' lo :yi --J--,- ,,,.,.1'- --" , -. -15.41-' H ' fx-,z rv 1? .f. -x - ,x 1- .- H -I - -- V S -.-. N.. O f rt 1 - ' A ----:.':..1 .1-1.-1 f, v - IQXX. 59, ,-...--1"" ' ' AJ-', Q-A I 4 -,f 1" . . , D '- X 'cv k x - , ?rff:l1:3Q',-fha-gif., nl A -- M--,,.:7,-'.- ., ...0,sf,f Q -- -.1 , A -Q...-. - Q hw? 'T it , 1 X EDNA MARIE HILLING "Kittie": Commercial V Commercial Club IV3 County Commercial Contest III, 3d Bookkeeping Ig County Com- mercial Contest IVQ Student Senate IVg Ma- roon and White Staff IVg Dramatic Club Play IV: County Literary Contest IVg Senior Day: Honor Roll. "Virtue is like a rich stone, best plain set." ELLA MARGARET HOLLAND "Peggy": Classical A-B Club II: French Club III, IVQ Dramatic Club IVQ Debate Club lVg Sec.-Treas. De- ' bale Club IV' French Play' Patrol Squad III lntei Class B B III IV Girls Glee Club III 'YIlXPtlf,ll0Il1!:,lll IV Opeietta III IV I ebate Ieam IV Maroon and While Pin IV I eep sighted in intelligences Ideas itoms intluences MABEL HONOROFF lvlaybelle Classical B III French Club Senior I ax Nothing gieat xx as ever achieved without PIIHIIISIASIII FRANCES E HOOP Fran Classical Xaiiels is the xeiy spice of life llt efius it all it s flavor 'PAQ 6 t., .1 ---J., -1, qi A if "" Q I 32 . ' - - - v v f , , ., r 1 4 1 ' ' 1V7 Al YI: ' Int:-r-c'as,: B. . g -, IV3 I I, ' ' J' VI 4' Y ' - . Y. 4 ' v' w'4 1 'V ll Fl- ' -- ' .' -, Y . A ' ' y . A 2" fx - , "-Bla-are ET' -as lr 'C ' ' " I' '- ' ' . ., - r 1 .g.: 3' fb-,-1 W, 4151 Q :La ' J I ' ' ' ' -4 -' -Z v 1 - ' , -Y fv--. .-.-. , .2 , J -, -.- -- 1- f X f , ,gm K I at ' . x 'O ' X 2,41 L---- "" '- ,- '. ff- f-H5 -,.-C ""'-:::-Q ,- ,Zn In ' :' - If ' tt.':...,..+1i-f-'--- V- " -' oi " 'f 'J 712 o 2- '-'-1 2 , ' " ' -f-'ffffriii'-'Ti'3i,fi-r'J - .--.-.f7fr- ' .t :..o:szf W --D v , ' 1- .fre-. . A-V1 Qhwn l I -da X ,mx .cv-" A l is 3- Q 'sae 'we' W ect i X ' A. VIRGINIA HQRNER ' "Gina": General County Commercial Contest II, III, lst Typewriting I, 2d Bookkeeping lg Inter- County Commercial Contest Ilg Senate IV: Dramatic Club IVQ Sec. Commercial Club IVg Honor Roll. "Her voice was ever gentle, soft, and lowg an excellent thing in woman." EDWARD ,s. HUGH "Eddie": Classical A' Hl Y Club Aye eveiy meh '1 king WALTER HU RST Walter Classical Dramatic Club IV High School Play IV French Club III IV H1 Y IV Honor Roll Fheie is no txue oiatoi who is not 1 llf-'10 GERTRUDE J HUSTEAD Gertae Classical Fiench Club IV Vlheie mole is meant than meets the VW 'J 04.4 J Ll .gif- 33 It It . I YY . , , 4 . AL 'll ' . C . C I 14,7 , ' , 1 Y 5 my I 1 , , , , 1 , H I l ll ' ,Tl . Ai V , . ' V J ears." I 1 i l 3 1. Vmuv. gb ! N - E 4, X r' , ' .K ' ' , f x x ,,- A , -, - . - ,:"'- H -' - -,-,- , J? - fu. 7, 77 ,' Q- ,, -1. ,ma ' " 1 4 '- ' X n-..-3:-" .V i-ffl' --O ' C f f 3"-" ..ll,..f,'- l Q ' J .QU -7 if - NT. ', ' I ' , ' ,.! x '41 ""' Q QQ' . 'Gia 'fx 'L 1 '-? ""hy ' --'-11-:::f.::,':pCG7"gW4 ,pl u'.'.' f, ,X y x. .. , 1 ,, :-- - -" . 5 . -N , ., 'cv - 1 -, ., -. Z .1...,,,L1y H, ' 'N'.x,":e""""' ..'J' " X' - 43 '. ' .-"-M ""7" 'fl'--'-- ' --. .- .x4-"fft- 4 . ...'q". -1 1 . .,- - , . I ,"AN.4x A X h li ix f' I ,'- . ,: Fx U f if -. 'Q' nj: N .:- 0 ,QN f ,"1 ' CHARLES HYATT "Midgit": Classical Football IVg Inter-class B. B. Ig Tennis II. III, IVg Varsity B, B. II, III, IVg Varsity B. B. Capt. IVg Invitation Committee IIIg Class Treasurer IVQ All-American Forward at Na- Dayg Room 2 Program. "He has a corner on pep they say, Whether it's in work or just in play." ELIZABETH JEAN INKS Shen' ' Commercial And still be doing newer done GEORGE CLIFFORD JENNINGS George Commercial 'Iomouovl xx 1ll be another day RAY A JOHNSON Senator' General Inter claw Track III Inter class B B A lion ie not 90 fierce aa painted , E-Q 'TAY -0 1 I IQ '- meh . 57 Q Q L , 10 x ,,,-ff A --Nw, X' ' .. 4 EE: V 34 ll Y H . . , -, ll ll: ' Ii - , , Y ,- I ly, ll l n '- .. 3 - . . I II, IH. U . . . , . ,, . I . . I . ' Il' .33 T ms: X u ,' 1 ' . . 'mv t , f. , 2' . .- i v- Y , W 'L A A. A i I P ,, 4 l S L 1 l . . gb f' , 4 , . ,..,.. K ' . - ra Q U' - .Q , .E - ! ,g , . N -f v , , ' XL 53 ' W 'S' A 'I 'SQ 'I 'i' i ..:fr- ff- -3-guag e ZW -L j4'f"'-"La '-. - if X I ,'-'Q' ' ' -' ' ' J ' C - ,gl -:Y-- "' Q' .- '. 'l Z" ,--ff' "- 74" "::34.x.-,:!...l . .. '-Af, i - 'JL Xi' ix xii .'h.--X6 -xx' 5g!" ' , " ' W 'i 'Q 712 if oz' '37' ,.,- "fe " 7"'5Il4g'fl"fZ,7,'.:J 2.1-5 x0,,,,:.:-2 . X :3..1,9., Y' ,.v . y I - ef- ,,,J',., R..-,ru ..u-,QVIJ .... - P- tional Tournament, Chicago 19255 Senior , , , , f to t 'Q' ' V Q7 0 l 1 1 X MARY LOUISE JONES "Skid": Commercial 1 French Club IVg Glee Club IIQ Senior Day. "Is she not more than painting can express, Or youthful poets fancy when they love?" X IRMA KATHRYN KECK "Keck": Classical French Club IVg A'B Club IIg Honor Roll. "VVhat sweet delight a quiet life affords " MARY LOUISE KEYS Keys Classical Maroon and VX h1te Pin IV I have no other but a womans reason I think him so becauee I thlnk hlm so CHARLOTTE KOBACKER Charlie Classical AB Club II French Club IV Dramatic Club IV Honoi Roll Oh darkly deeply beautiful blue As someone somewhere sings about the sky ?'Ne in Isla A E 's X VV - M :sh 5 ll Yln ' , . . .. , I . . , . . ,, 1 ll ' ,fn I - 5 Q " ' .l y ' - 1 Y Y I L' Q s 1 h 8 1 H l I .... a .-iff--I-N ws:- , Q. -,, lvl. . L- -. as 1 . -151 ' ,,,f..:.-Izi. -f . " -- ---.- "L .. -- ., , f tg :v 5' -q 'r 1 .- . -'l,'-, -'- 'L 1 .. VT 'H+ if J , -- X. 'Z VIH. h lt -1 v -,,,.:1 f ,. 1e,,-Q14 rpg,--1 ,,ll,,i--4, if A 1 - , 5' 1 . -51, 3 ' , I ' ijgy A J- j-'55 .'f',3,, - -- frfkfr. . f'-- - - I '- ---Jimi,,,,-.ff2m.Q'jff1 ,,f.I .--:.-I r X x X- .- , sv , - - , - -f 52 if - ,,..v-- I In--.,. 'X 1 .,ll.x,x E- A-F' -'I , ' 4.3, Q-, . Uv, H -,,.--,- 7,21-, -, V-5--, . ' I v-..x1.'Ty,,- . asf f 'Q ' . 1 ,. , f-xt4y , xx ,x Q 3:4 NI' v '- ,: ,..- rw. f f fy., X ,, I 'u ' , X Vx I is 'i Q 6 l z mas: 3 S 53 'Y s ll lil , g ji ," Q, 17 1 N ! ', I -,ix ISABEL KOUGH "lssie": Classical Secretary Class lllg A-B Club llg Secre- tary French Club IVg French Play IVQ Dra- matic Club IVQ Maroon and VVhite Staff IV: Debating Club IVQ Honor Rollg Office Work IV. "Her air, her manners, all Who saw ad- miredg Courteous, though coy, and gentle, though retired." DIANA KRONICK "Dinny": Commercial Commercial Club III IV' Frencl Club IV' 5611101 Day I vs as born to other things VERNA A KURTZ Dot General Opeietta 1I IV Glee Clubl II IV Mixed Chorus IV Happy am I from care Im flee VN hy arent they all contented like me? BERNARDINE LANDIS Bernie Classical Intex class B B II II IV Fiench Play Ill Flench Club III IV Honol Roll mats fearnle beauty but an alr divine Tmough which the mind s all gentle graces shine VX? JJ,-f l gl W-'Lilian L r 1 gi Q J V 36 lf , - 1 1 , .X nv LY . ' ,. ' -I , , , - vv UK . , . . if N XE ., I AA ll. 5 . . . . . . h ' s 1 f ' n v v f .1' 1 v .. , , , , gi? v , - H I I, 'I rl K ll ' YY, ' I ' , Z ' - "VVl ' ' ' ' ' v ' 71 ,. QZNVQ-T EC X , A, . - , -K ' . l 5 - . n ' Q .- .j 1,7 li C 5- l E . IR . P-1. fi ' 5 f l ' X , ,- - A . . ' ' " 4 er? gi: 143 .1 - .,,Q , I Y,--1,211-"' N I, 5 3- X5 'G f . , 1 - Q IX ik 4, -1 13 -:P ,g e , ,JL 1.31, s:a.4.g,, .3-,'4 :,.L-,."1..ALA,, 11" Q- 7' X ci 5 I X, x, I I ' ' - " -- ""' ' ' Ti r , - .. , -4- n L .4 - . ' - . - I 1 ' x ,em " - . -V-'f J-.ia f.-:F -'... , lq..:ns,g X, - .'- nxt' x X, X' .Xl-'X -if-' A "' ' ' i':. 75 A "-' '1' .. 64? -' . "' :-fQfl',g-g!.l'i11n.u.7- N a -. .-M:-2' .. :ve a-mf .. i -- V - w .--"fe - 7fJ'-- f- - . - .,. . ., - -pf ,' I I I ROY G. LAUGHEAD "Turf": General ' t . Fuolball IV: Varsity B. B. IVQ Operetia K mem-,, ' I. ll. II, IV: Senior Ilay. , "And Io his eye I There was but one beloved face on earth, .Xml that was shining on him." VIRGINIA MAE LECKEY X "Ginny": Clasasical In Girls CII-e Club lll. IV: Mixed Chorus III, IV: President Girls Glee Club IV: Operetta I Ill. IV. - "At the corner of Mill Street, when day- Iiffht 'mpc'u's Hangs 1 IIIIIISII that sings loud lt has sunt! for thief years CLARENCE V LEE Chuck' Classical I uh Llub IN Pootblll Ill IV Flack IX Met I'IE1CIx N r Ill Track I V c IV Patlol Squad Ill lnxit IIQIOIIS and Decorations Com nnttef III IX Seniox Day Uratoiy IV peifect dancer climbs the rope Xnd balances sour fear and hope EDITH S LEICHLITER Heavy General Elch glrll has its place Iiff' "" 'T'X? JJ,-L 'llc AQ R ca in -L- -O tx SCX A ,.--"' A -IWUQ, if 3-L :: 37 b a . , . . ' 1 .4 2 1 K. 4 Aa' L1 , ' X . K2 if A' .. ' 1 . ' . . . . . ' I41' -1 e : I , 3 " . gig l. ll, III, 'g I " " Ilg. : ' ' ' 'l Mez I 3 Inter-,lass B. B. II, III, 3 ' 2- L- . 3 ,- 2 ' A. . - , , A ' - . 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' .. :..o:v.- W ---M' v .-"""- ru-.- , gy . -- 1918111 s'V"" HARRY R LENTZ Techrncal 5911101 1141 11411114 1 +191 llly n1o 1 1101LJ111f,l1 1e11c'1 A DAVID LEPPE Tony Classical 19 11111 ls a 111111111111 111f111 11110 has A 1.0011 11119111111 311011 ,w""""'+-1 LILLIE A LEPPE Commerf-ual Cc111111111u.f11 Llub 11 1 1llL117 Kes 1111y 110 11s bfttu than L1VlI1g A 101 XM 11e1e made to bc glad not sful AGN ES L1EB Agnes" Commerclal s 111411 1 Re 1101191 ol QOIHIIILICIAI Club 11 L01Tll119l Clal QOIIUSI Ill HIDHOI Roll A B I1 F1e11Ll1 Club IV A ma1d thats lxttle but most entlanc 111g Vw ik AQ -1 kg: N 'L 4,3 10 11 :J a '45 V I m 1lit N? eff? A in i-""'Firg' 114 X ,. 43.1. --f ' 0 'I , '. 1 A x , 1 H N - ' - ff 'rx -1 QXN , X: lx H . , .'l ,rf-i .'- I7 ' : i ,f ' , I 0 !H :J ,K 1' S e 1-QT 1,,wMu Q 'e 5 ' K 1 R. f - 1 F 1 2. 'NM .W ,' -: 2 N, E' - 5 5 3 if S 'i 1-pf .- ,.. . t ,, , S ll 5 t c, ' 1: 2 Rai -n 'I I R I1 11 11: - 1 ,1 I"ll'L..' --.' , . 51 ' - ' '1 ' 141 sk .,, X '. ' V N Fi ,,t. RX 252 - 1- 11 Y 1 ' f 1? ., iz: uv. 1 1- 1 .- ' - 4. J - . 1 , ,r if ' X 1 , 1 3 4 x 1 ' L.. .W 12 Ei ug- zz: -7 ' 9.3 1 2 1 "1 M n ' 'I Girls B. B. I. I1. Ill, IV: Sevll' 11111 " 1 - - " ,--'- 1 1- 1 -, -. 1 ,. . . . , . . . ' 1- ' . 1. ' . , - 1, ' 1- , 135:61 1s. A A . -1. T , "iff ' " - , ' ' ,E fx ,,-,: 1"4'f-:HI 1 A Q 1 -.Az--.. vi-V- ",-Q I J in -n,f,',, , rv. 1 -" K ,I "Wm N' 2- D 1 "1 ok 'I '31 5 .ff "' 'Q 151'-fra T '-1 ' A 35 Fw' I f r: e ' .1 'I 1 1, ' Hx- V1 .at uw- ""g4' - '. if Y i- .-1.5, R -4.-' ' ' f- -:fs-3- -- "Zn 0, J ,' 1 W' . 1 ,l Egzxt-L -,4.....1 ,xy - 4- ',,, -ns - G 2 5 7-4 Y Y ol, .L-H .22 ,fit '- . !?g,H15fd.:VH1Z-L., I -- ,,F-.xf':,-,17- .. 1-01-.,f .-1--u , - 1- 114.-, .--,,--1 ' ,I 'Q 'jj V if I ,liars QQ . I Q X. , I ' , 1 f Tx Ag, S I I MERLE LIEB "MoiIe": Commercial VVi11ner of Ist place, Shorthand II, Inter- County Contest IVg Commercial Club III, IV: Library Work IV3 Representative of U. H. I S. in Shorthand II at Indiana Contest IV. "To follow knowledge like a sinking star, Beyond the utmost bound of thoughts." VIRGINIA THORNE LINCOLN I "Anne": Classical ' Operetta II, III, lVg Accompanist Boys ' C lee Club III IV Oratory IV French Club IV iuls B B I Patrol Squad IV Look then 1nto thine heart and Wflte MYRA LEWELLYN Myra General Maroon and Whlte Staff IV French Club IV Senate IV Glee Club II Honor Roll Senior Day She is pretty to walk Wlth And witty to talk with And pleasant too to think on J R LOVE Classical Orchestra IV Senlor Day The ladles call hun sweet Phe stalrs as he treads on them kiss h1s feet 1-rfffmss MQ H '4 v-Q., 1,,..4..l-ui F Rah Q L l V, U qs ,,,-f A ""-'-.,,,v' tx 4 .. , Q- i'1"'... ' 39 w . . Y ' y Y - W' - . , 1 . . , . H - - - n ll ,fu . . . I J 5 1 2 3 I H . . 7 y ' H! r , - x - . V HJ. R."2 ' I , I . , . I- - - 3 , . V . . 1 1 1, ' I I I I I I P ' N lg B Y. 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MARGARET LUMAN Peg Commercial ll LOIUIIIQICIEI Llub Ill Deb.-1 ng., ' lnb IN Honoi Roll Suong., axgnmvnts not fm loud l0lC,1 bum., conximion ROBERT E Mc-BURNEY Bob General tl Mais Football ll Class Sex. it Aims lll Studi nl nate llI IV Jpewttal IV Se Day Fearless minds climb soonest into clovlns rot Vx? ' i -Is, A .j' It 'Sq 'ii' f 4' 40 . v Q ' Ga ,. .. H: '- FH . u , A-ll 3 ' H 'c l 3 ' ll ' . 1. , ilk-1. ',,. L, . y'., .' Y 1 1 -' ' Y' K . el. 1 Q 1' . 4 . .4 H: lnt -'-class B.1!.l,ll: " 'sity B. ll. Ill, IV: 1 ' "z"S"'1 'P X Sv ' , 3 C ' ,' , ll, 3 mor ll . vw ' 1 ' ' v v u 7' vw xr. L E' I - " -mm .Ln 'Jef'-AS .M ov 'E LZLQ- I Q' 'J -I ig R ' .9 Q . 1 'L" "---, ls' ln- . -1-,-"" -f, ' . Q 1, 9' 1? pk- 5 1 ' . Q fx dy ' 'P 5 J V 7 g W,-4:3-- , gy- r-W. i -yn il - J: . V' Lvl :X x. .E-.fd . -1 35112. -"' ' y w' .. fl.: 'W ' 4'z""b..J " J --:4':::!,,?,u,f2!f.2fxfy H 'I ' '.--U1 x..-sf 7-I' "' ' Ex h I4,l.1Ixl,: ' '..- X- . y , 7:'f" 'L- J-.- , elif". A srlvx vxx ' vig ,, ea iq: dx Sv """' "' XX J- i I 452W :kg ' I f '-- -, .3 I Q1 if I gf WILBUR MCBURN EY '1Mac": General Uynwvlill I, ll, III, IV, Vg Boys Glve Club I, II. Ill. IV, V: Mixed Chorus I, ll, III, IV. V: A-I5 Club III: Senior Day IV, V. "Tho 111-ul I intend is great, 13111 wlml, 11:4 gmt, I know 11ot.'l Tl-IELNIA MCCANN "Tl1:!m:1": Commercial Vu CAIIJ I1: Co111n1f41'ciaI Club II. I low IIQINIIIIHZ hats od 1 old tml old 11111111115 bool-N olxl wma Oi l' 'V' f' FQNAN Geieral ou I1 In Iollow d and so falrly won ll P LC MPCOMBS lark Cla snr-al 1 1es1 I1f1L 1 X F16-ugh Llub IN qi-'IIIOI II S lundexb melt 111 mubxc F1 K x Q TAQ I L ' :E Q' H252 -bp I ff 0 .,, Q51 41 .1 H I " '11'vv ' tl' 1, 0:11 I'1'i1'1.cIs, ' os, 1 I", ll fi Q0 Jill' MSCI.. 1. "Babu: 1 '.'::"::I2j I"o:1Tl1:1Il I, ll, II, IV. i I-1101" f- ., 1' " - - v Iv 1. 5 E FI 'T' 'T "C ": s ', 1 Iii-Y K'11bIV: C':'cl. qt 'a III, IV: 'lc I3 If 0111-1111 111112 -1- 1' 'g I '- IJk1..'. "H:1:1vs- II " ' " ." V11 -Tu - . T. 0-KA - I .1 -' , 'Q' 1, , 'T' I ,41-'IQ qi. , I 1 ,ggi X ' ,L g:irf1.i5f5-'41 , ' ' -' -' .4 .- -"'i -' f X 'G . ' 'P ' ' .1 'I' -1. Q Q "- L'T1.a1-i..'1:, 5- .. I - -, f' If Fw 5 ae '-' ' ' ' I I I X51 -' '13-'f -" ,J-. W-. "M , if vfafier '-1' ' . , 1. .E yl vs , , --' .-, ri: ff - '-' " ' "" -:ff+'I15':1'fr ,Y 'f ' -,.--'V' " - " 'Lv' 'A ' ' ' --V41 ,- f " -fJ'-'- - '--- ' - A- .,--wt--." - ' ' '-' f I sl 1- K 4 I . , , . . ,,, I , , X 1 . 1- ' v , , S t ' W: I -- - ,H .I fl, , ., ,QI I'1n 0 l I 1-an sch 'aff' A Xt .i -if I MARY ELIZABETH MCCORMICK "Bill": Classical llrmnatic Club lVg French Club IVg Sen- I :le lVg Glee Club II. "Her smile is like a rainbow flashing from 21 misty sky." I RALPH McDOWELL - "Happy": Commercial I Orcliestra I, ll, Ill, lVg Senate III, IV: President Room 10 lllg Secretary Room l IV: Operetta IV: I Orchestra, II, III, IVQ Commercial Club IVQ Senior Day. "And music's force can tame the furious bm dst FRANCES McFADDEN Mickey Commercial Sf CIPIAIS of Senate IV President of Room l IV Debating Club Team IV Tha matic Club IV Patrol Squad IV Girls Glee Club IV Mixed Chorus IV Commei cial Club IV Opeietta II IV Phe things are few Qhe xx ould not do In fI1E'llLISh1DS name REGINA McFARLAND Jean' Commercial ilu tlub I II Commercial Clu Q me s all my fancy painted hel She s lovely she s d1v1ne W 1.13, 1,2 JY, v 42 x, , I, KK ' ,Yu I Y v 1 r r 4 ' V I X' , 4 , , I 1 1 1 ' " I I 4 Z , V. ' I 2 ,' , , . ll' - L V ,- - 1 H Al 7 I ' W 1 v 'u I I ' , , , IJ III. - I. I vi , , ' . a I y . . , S li v 1 1 s I . I ... ' vgewt? S" , .x ' Ii" ' , I ,. .- ., , : , -1 , V L .1. Q A ,vs sig- J? X F irq -I ' ,S vi . , I . - f5 1 f - lg - UT' - '- fl ' A 9 -"1 ft I - .iq , , '- 1. 4. 4- iff, A.. - f1'-- ' f ' , - ' X5 f . I UNM N6 1 s. 5 ILC , -N3 2 'in gs' .-JJ-isllli e, ,qsypi-L4,'C 4 igisi-L-if -11,5 51 2, Ei- It If X M I.. -' x. ,. I xy - .V ,. ,Q , -' in-...N f. 'F -- '---2-L . ..' 1 In If -f I 0' - I, . I , E, - -I--4 . - 4, -., -2, , . -,.-:::.....,,ln'.-..N, -I1 .- .kM,Lg!.,..- -- f-,- '- 5 - -' ' - ., I , -' Q2 -4 ga , --ful 40.1 rn I. ., nl .. 1' ---' - - X 4s'X- T1 ' A gb-I Q LNQI, -Q , - v . y . I, 4 - - J. ' -:-'.L, Q 1'-ze., .L . .,. - ., , , I -,i , . .- , - . TN lx ' rw' 1. Qix N55 L,. Q, d i Q GERTRUDE ELIZABETH MCILRAVEY I "lrish": Classical "lt is :mul 111 live- and learn." KATHRYN IVIADELYN MCINTYRE I '-Irlsh": General Give Club li, IV: Ujeretta lVg Senior Day. "The Lord loves thc- Irish." AN E Nlar'INTOSH Sweetheart Commercial 'N un NILIIIOIY Luntest Isl IlOI1OIb I AL ub Il Ccum 1Q11l Club III IV Of1C9 oili IX Stuclcni Senate IV Honor 0 UGCILIAIN liucm1 I III Louuty QOTIIUIBICIHI Lomas IX S 11101 my hood 'hiuzfs 1111 IVS come 111 small pack me LOUISE MARTIN Lou' General xc-fl flo lx IX Gills. Glee Club 011610114 IX N911 1 11 llllf hbolml so Pfunestly '?'XQ eb 'ii ,im U 12' .-.1 4 3 '-4' ? R w k I' '45 F l Xxx eu-'ff 49 111.1 ' i, ,V .igb Q- : """ . fu - elif' I W, 5, ff . 5 Tr ff Q . .34 x '. -f 1. Lf' 'I 1 n Qi" T. 1 .4 15 A Y' . -If ' -f..6'- ' ,, L .- .'1-'CQL ' ., I, la.. N V -, .1 V11-44 11" ' I. ' L 1 7' J 'I 111' Q '..-I T1 ' ,. , Ii. 1: ::af"i! ' pp. If '52 I co 11,14-1 I 1..:f- rr Agfg-3 l I- ' T V I , 4 1- , 1 1 , 1- . ' -- ax ' 1 ' 'Q A .f I H .1 ' - - - ,A I r. '. .5?',,1 '. 5 1+ U fb' f W 4 r .j t : . ax 1' 15,1-K 'V .1 . 'Till l-1-J , ", Q -- tl'Tf'1 A ,M ri B S fm! A, ,,g I ,UA li f . 'A .. . . hy, - ' 4 1' . I .:,' A- U1 .. .I-4 ,xr-J' i ' I lv A. ' -j lR1frv l , , ' u ,V ,rl B 1 . - A 4 1. 1 1 ,' , aff-nr.: -L Y' A I We-, 11 ' - .. ' 'v .3 - ' - 1"-Iwi " - v, , -ELISA, ' r'Ti:L.,,, xl' 3 YA A . .. - 1.-.. ., ,g A 43- 6 , 1:02. ' ' - . :U 'ip 11141 I ' "' 'E 'I T119 ' K, M 4 '..- . - N'--s L 5 -' . r V - , l 1 , f,,f 41- . 'V 'NX 5 ,FTSE 'QQ ,. f X Q.: I in ,jx JVQN F5 55,2 ' I ' ' 1 1 5 e I ' 1 ARTHUR MILLER "Art": General ' 01'1'l1esI1'z1 Il, III, IV. "'I'I1e1'v is IIO flltllI'9 pang Can deal that injustice 011 the sell'-co11dom11'cl l Ile' dvals 011 his own soul." ' DONALD GEORGE MILLER , "Don": General 1 "'l'l1v 1112111 that blllSll6S is not quite il brute." I IOE MILLER Joe Classical 1111411 ol thc 1VIdIO01I A1111 Vlhlts I-I011o1 Bull I+ iw fl 111th ilu clangel when the waves xv Ill high H+ Hilllglll the simms but foi rl calm unfit VX Ol ld stem to Illgll thi bhoals to boast hm V51 NATHLYN MOLANS NaLhy Commerf-nal ilu LIL I I lg to Stamp Gale LOHIIIIQICIAI C011 us Q III IW lst place F1ee lOl all Qhoithaud 311 plxce QI1o1tI1f1nd II IN SBIIIOI Day PIO LOIIIIIIQICIAI Club IV Oft1c1 Woik IX IIOIIOI Roll PIPIILII Llub IV When she 11111 talk good gods how -he 1 I lt M all 'D -'H at 1' lf! .S xx ,p-"' ,rv J' .Jw 'kv I' ' 4-6' 4 3 .H 44 .. 11. - gg ' - ' 1 A - - - 1 ' 1: ,- "l' 'I S' ", 2 ' ,', , 18 ' 1 ' I' , L4 ' 1 y. . li: . f . I ' ' I Q 1' ' 1 ' 1 "I." Ah I 7,1 ' . , CIpe1'e-ilu I. Il, III, IV1 I U ' lb ll, IV: 111'-1' 'A S' .' 3 T - A At L - 1 y 7: s 4 1 - , 511111112 ' ' " 1 J ' , T, , . 1. h 1 l "'A S v' 4 ' , : 'VII 1aI'." I l . 1 ' 1 I N - , view? EC" xx J - , - A '. C. x, . A ef- - .- 1' 1 .1 1 - :' ' . H- va-, -T - H , , . L , , iv K I .P gy ' . - . ,1.a .- - - --ffff -'?"""3 1 0 . 1 -. '3 -1 ,2 V -- 1 I- -.- . A, , 1 . 1 f ,F 4 .. -. 1 , - - , .. ,. X- .- Y. ' ' 1 'im 1 M m l.. - -' ""f'fi Q.. 17" 'vm-2', . .fi 1. W FY j' a 1' X- "R . 1-1-V 1 1 Iuglgx' 5.4.19-,-.A . 'J'-k LJ.-A - is .2 .P fi: -il-l ,,f, I- . f-z , " 'U - .-.::?::!-:,,,l,,,,WiZ,!,1 LR! :U 1. I IF,-N 1,-:vii-.1 . . :ggi . Lxn, - Q, 1, , 5, , rf tx : , 5x, Li4:,27h.:.u ns l S ,f iz' W 342' ff' ' J ,. :V -L if , I ch if ,S Ltr 1,7 k an .2 X vqtq v-""'7 :S - X KENNETH MOSER I "Midget": General I "A man of mark." I FRANCES MOSIER "Bobbey": Classical l French Club IV. I 'un sure C316 is an enemy to 1' MARGARET MOTSCO Maggue Commercial Vxe love ln othem what we lack ourselves And xx ould be EXPINHIIIIZ but what we are HELEN LOUISE NABORS Helen Classlcal Honon Roll Flellih Club III IV Phe sound of hel YOlCf must seem an who to the Qenee 7T'W .Q I -5 Q1 L 1 lq,.n I ir., 5 .Q .. , . , . C lfefy ' DC K' H ' H. ' ' ' l A. Y . I , , , , , , P 1 , . . ' , 91 H U- ' . , 1 , ' . :- . , , H l 5 - x 'AA Q 5 -lrfl-.FE ms:-v xx' ,x -1' I r ' 5.5.-4' ,. - 1 , - : - '-" - P ,-.l -4, ., -- 1 . A J: 5.1 7' 'Je I ' 0 f', vsf " -A ' 1, , 15 t , -- K' f x A ft 4 1 . , - ,"1 , I :H .. X -, , Q . X f - --- E M - - . K, ' E M . - Y, L -:.- Y ,- i -,-H ,-- fl ,t ' f, - Q-r:g,.,wN--.:,nJ 1 4 H' -f A Q- . 1, 1-Xxx 5 Xxzrvv , .- A. I ..- if , 5 5-L, 5 - 4 . U 6,2 , AXA . . . ?,H,,.15:4,:!,y3h',:,:j1 ,,.'.4. -' .,,--,N1-'7,-,t'- .. :..01x.,- i, .--f.,v I - - - ----.-,.-. H wif, x 5 f ' 75. ft . 1 I uf: wi , ,'. l' 7 . ' X ' f . , . E f ,Q K ORA LEE NEWBROUGH l "Pete": Classical Operetta IVQ Glee Club lVg Mixed Chorus IVQ French Club lVg Senior Day. X "Thou who hast gift of beauty." I A. ELVIRA NEWCOM ER "Babe": Commercial K Commercial Club 1Vg French Club IVQ It Mixed Chorus IVQ Patrol Squad IVQ Senior Day Nothmg endules but person ll qual1t1es JAM ES E NEWCOM ER Hiram Classlcal Senate IV Hono1 Roll Map me no maps S11 my head 1 a map map ol the vlhole world HAZEL L NEWMAN Honey Commercial lhe natural alone 15 permanent KYTYRK W .jjgl ch 111 hi, -A AQ R L , in A +- tx QS is Q 1 46 .1 - , , - - 1, , C , . ll ' YI: ' ,, ' 5 1 . ' . I , U 5 ' , , fl . ' v Y' 1 , . If ,Yu ' my , . , H I . N I . vw 0 an M A b T 2. V. :Z , ,. H A- . . 1 , -.Tn-11 L N . ,wh-N I w 4 X ,N -V 55-1 -, I , L -A , I 97 X . - . - A uf A- - . , fx c . , I i mg, Y gg I- Y -,g- VI W, U , X ff I - 1 x D Q ne 1551.-112 v2 v Q ,j:,f:1: 414.7 --Q ,..,, 1 . 1 L 1: 3 1: V ,f X' ,f fuxm X , - ,lx 3 0 i, ,4,-..---- .- Mu:-...4 -3, --...gr p 1,. ,7 , Y : , .- ., qt J... N--U l. 9. it yt ,ear 3 -- E if xii-'-'4'1"f,,, " , ,flg,'2!i5f7j lj ' 1 -,gy ' . Ju, ww.:-1!"" A " .,.-J, I. . . .1 gf' A v , - L -f ff, A' .t ' - gf::glQg.3n,l':y 1,1-,.v.. .v-u'.'.' " ..'.-.x,4:'Tf-t- . 1..l1N1,f u' f D , - f- - ,,.g-.- -415: 1' :,t I A Ll ,. I I .'- ' -I -. A Q' .. fi, 1 ,s . Q . Q fi' ' ,b ,' ,-!' 'ie Llxp 5 , 4 . 4. 2, r' 4 1g""""" R I3 X HSQN .-r X Q-':" M A T. 52 RUTH E. NICALO "Ruthie": Commercial f'0IIlIl1f'l'I'I2ll f'm1'e1st lllg Ilouor Roll. 'WVI10 mixwl I'l'2iSUIl uith pleasure and wisdom with mirth." DONALD NICOLAY "Nick": Classical Semoi D it C vhit next will llonftlrl to Anwtlunz just so ll s nc xx WILLIAM PARANSKY B Classical Qtudent Qendte IX Pdtiol Squid IV V es ol l+b IlIl,., Iltllfll Llu 4 Punch 'tw f llill 1 bps nr to dlspute ul t If it pmbthllitx ol IUIIXIIIPII JOSEPHINE PAULO o General In s 1 99 u wr Choiuw 1sPBIX FIIPI ll if 1 enoot on h I ly ' SIIIIIP in eu .5 'J' Al 'VW AQ I. ' 4.5 414 I, Ti ,,... Q ,,- 4' W 47 3 -- Jn, f 2 ' f " - is '2 Q K N . ,, . . Q Al illll: ' Pr ' E- 21' 'fiClLibIV3 f ' HIV: ' Preis. ol HI4'1ql'lll1ll' Club IV: "J ' Plfj 3, IVQ Glvl Club I, ll: Ss-1' 'I'z1y. "I think it .fl xl, 'lei'- , thv'-is 0 ' z 'J " fig." HJ H: C"'l.' Cl , Fl b IVQ Mif l T ' .' IV: , Gi -1.- ,, . 'I F1-1 1 Cl blV: 01 11-mu ui, i IV. . , i, "R 1' ' 0 im. lm. :1 ,' ' ' her an ' , .- .T X 7 ' ' 1, . 'Q' - 5 2' l'-3-ifil-, L - 4 e I f- -W 1- . K . " Q, 'T , ,X , . ,,.- nD'- 'av V N A I . kr '- 'xps txki 'I 1- 'Z Q B Q' U' " 1--il l G' 'Qi if 52 X' 'xl 4 'Wt Y ' h I 4 f ' . L :X """l-'q 'flffi f"'7-'s'L5""' " fri:-L 5' "X jfilg t , -," '. 9 Xt". -V -' "' ' 4 '13 1"-'4 i "' ' "-9-2 -' "" ' :fffl'! .'f1?W3i.- -7 H " .x1"7-'.?'f' ' ., :. .0 lxh' -Q ' -' " ' H .' " ff: ' L' --"f"' " fffffu ,X ' 'gi' Q3 ,fi -gy I ' b e I sf . V . N , IRENE PAXTON "Bridget": Commercial , Girls Glee Club Ig Connnercial Club IV: I'II'l'IIt'Il Club IV. "For I am nothing if not critical." X I JANE PEASE "Jane": Classical I Frvncll Club IV: Honor Roll. ' "Then on! then on! where duty leads IVI v UOIIIWP be onward Qtill " I ISIDORE M PERIL Izzie General xml I nus Il Boys Glee Clu I I1 lil Club IW IVIIISII Lontest IV SPHIOI J N soltlx Ins fll1g9IQ VIRIIIIGI 061 NIIIIIIII plinl Q oi the lvolv f JOHN PETKO Johnny Commercial Imck IV qemm Day Fo cllmb steep h1II-Q lieqlllmk. Qlow pace at fIIQf QAQ 5- X ah 'Q V10 'Q' y,,,4.A-In Q 1. --"' ,bv JK x V l -is 'Www' 48 I' fi- II ' YY: Mi." 'hc ' ,' I, 3 b 3 , . 'I'Pl'I T 'LI ' QI," J' A- I ug. 4 I. 4' " ' V ' 1 ' 1 v Q 7 1 J I I . . - 'I'Iu- ' sz 1 -2, ' , ' ', l0m'." K H 'QI , S I. H. - ' 'I I- n - ' . , I . . - , , -, ,, E . ..... I vE"X"'- E' Q'-. - , 'K ' "I r " ' . x ' S 1 - ' . 1. - ' ,, ., .i A -,ji ,r . lhvi- ,I P., ,Q ' ' I 1- f emi. -1 ll.. . . - . ,, - 1 v . A Q -.5 .--A -Y- . .A -U -- - ' , 9 1, J A - - Y ,-1 Y- - .-4 V.,, N -I f . ' -- I? mm " T, di " Q '3 ' i ,,..:fe'i5' 'JN 4 i"1'-5'-'H-L: "I, if I ,fi f I ' ff' 'f ,I . . . ..,.. F - ,. E- , -f, ' -.,:ff,.: . 1 I .. U ...V ' M. X? 'Il " U- - Q5 'K 'Q 'i F54 ""' '51 ""-' .Y 'kc' -J ff-:ff:ff2'6-271931,,---1 WH' ' X..-7, 7-2' ' , :Q-. I 1-2,1 ..' ' .- X- .v , --"Sf - 7..J-.- , -- ,-.': . - . .,. . ,, . iq , I 1x -- -V 'H ' ze 53 RYJIN J lmii-19 w'l1I"'lJ"Q-4 CAMILLA E PRICE Camnlno Commercial Cflee Lluh I II QOHIUIQICIHI Llub III 'iev xslwle Qlw come-. appdrelld llke t f spung WENDELL PRITTS Pr-:tts Classucal GIVQ me a place Lo stand and 1 w1lI move the woxld ALICE RAFAEL Allce Classical 1 ec .uv P s LL LIILIL B1a11La1s IN I+1+11cl1 Plavs Illanlatlc Llub Opewttx I II IV Qtudent beuate IV Ina matlc Llub Play IV NIIXQLI Lhorum I Il alth Squad IW ls B B :tam II IV XB Club Il HOIIOI 0 9911101 Ilax But lo we hel war, to Iowa hel Lowe but hel and low' IOIGVPI FRANCES E RANKIN Pam Pam Classical A B Llub ll F1ench Club IN Honox Roll Phe sauna: that beauty IS but akm deep IS but a skm dvep saymg. T' ' .gap ' If E YK- -, -- .,,-in l 1-1 - - , - --- - '-- 1, . .. . f l : - . ,- I 95" . , g.- MP- 9 , ' yfggfngiff 14,5 AA I f V KATH RYN RECKNOR "Reck": General Glee Club IV. "Take time enough: all other graces VVill soon fill up their places." HAROLD RICH EY "Richey": General Maroon and VVhite Pin I, II, lllg Inter-class Track I II Leaxmng by etudy must be vs on Tu as ne er handed down f10m sue to son MARIE ELIZABETH RIES Rue' Commercial Bookkeepmg I Lontest III COIlIIllG'ICIdl C lub IV EHIIIGQIIIPSQ IH the best glff of mental power lNEZ RISBECK Cleo' General The eweetest of all sounds me plalse it-9. VW N hr, .rv-"VL Q I 1' .fs U 'XX 1,15 1 1-""" 3 8-"Wy, 9 J X .5125 Qs- E 50 , . H . ' , ' Y 1 1 v . .' . . v n - 1. ' - w . . '. 1 v X H . . ', ' . . vr u 1 . .. , , ' . ' U vw 3 Q-. .. . T -lx? , . I, I I . I, - ' ,:V- . - ' I 2 .. - 4- 'Q 5 . "' -. ,, I " I- - 491 '- f ' fP 'aX .1- ., .M' '- ff -2 Q 3: 9 .1 -. Q ' I '. M '1 , If 1 ..::f gi' -efefff ' Q 5" - e--Q' p -.,, .v I Y I -. 1' 's .-xl I - X , - , Lgw, ----' Q- Y. -, 1,1 Eg, ,-..5. '-, -7:15-,j I J lly,j:14' Q' ,i - Q y, ,, .. xx ::2e,..f- -as V Q .At N.. i -' fa1'-., -3, , ----:::. ,,f,,Il,,j,,y.--'Ill ,VI - ', . ......- , .E - ,,- - ... 4 -qi ,Va 4...-,Inn --- -- 'N - N12-.L --1 ' fp ." ox 6 ' ' -V 4- - x. x .--':4- '- . '-l- A ---.. - 4,-s....- , 'v,,, Y 1' - J -rl'-Q ---.l .--.--5-.".' ..--- sr -f 1 '- filly all It X V :flux -44,33 ix A aQf?5?'1J9hifo'C gg. pgj2g,5w,'1gl f sch nl 'X 0v""'k A 'I ,, PATSY ROGERS "Patsy": General Operetta III, lVg Boys Glee Club III, IV: 'l'ral't'ic Patrol IV. ROSE RODN EY "Rosen: Classical French Play IVg Dramatic Club lVg Senior Dayg French Club IVg A-B Club II. 'Peace rules the day, where reason rules the mlnrl JOHANNA ROSENBERG Commercual Lommerclal Llub III IV Glee Club II Debating Club IV Senlor Day French Club 5tUllIOIlS ol ease and fond of humble thln s WILLIAM S ROSENIK B General Operetta II Semor Day xx oke one mormng and found myself flmous 'mm PAQ I- ' C' r fi"-n 1 HJ01lu ' ' 1 J II, Ill. hw ' . ' . . . . I ll iIIH: . 3 ' '. HI a v ' 1 1 " l . . vw T " , J, A '.-. - 'Q fr 1" I I ' A? Y 1 - ..... '. V '- . ,, . ei , - . 1, I ., e I el Xb :ff pa I .-, l n ., , 5,,, -.,-if-.,,.,V, x .f p fs U' , . I- K- A 2 - N ., .,, . 23-711 , S 'tw' -l',,...z- , .41 I lIr,1:i4,7' f., Q 'N X- . l. .2 I- ,JL f - -' -. .-+4 '-' 'ff '-4. -f-Z-'Uv ,f . 'X .l-1,x.x WN ,,, -. 4 -,ff Y .,,., ,.,.-f,, A .tri-U ,, V-,-., . . f,A,:7'.',-, A . :. ,o .--.1 - , I -- T,-l 'ia sch xnyh-1 A 5 M JENNIE RU BEN "Jean": Commercial Commercial Club IVQ Senior Dayg Dra- matic Club IVQ French Club IV. "VVe may despise the world, but we can- not do without it." CYRIL RUBLE "Cy": General Football IVg Track I, II, III, IVQ Senior Day. "Success consists of doing the common things in an uncommon way " ELIZABETH M SCHEICK Betty Classical Klee Club l Il Sec Clee Club Il Opel etta Il Senate III Fiench Club III IV Fl9IlClI Play Ill MAIOOII and VVh1te Stall III IV Cllls B B I AB Club II Dramatic Llub 1V Health Club III Valedictorlan The only Jewel which vsxll not decay is knowledge PEARL LOUISE SENNETT Pmkle Commercial Student Senate Ill IV Commercial Club III V And a sweet gnl gladll3.fP mth hel olden han ?'Xe AQ ..,,, gmt 'haw' ' 1 A 52 ll 77: ' w Y . w . .- I 1 1 K ' 3 ' a ' . ' , Q . . w- , , ' . . - . 7 Y I ' ' Y - I V - 4 V n 1 ' ' , , - ,. . . ,. Q I, ll ' ' YY' ' - , C , I . H 1 ' . . v' - g -,H I l .. I vflvn E" me K - Q . T -- ..'.. .5 , 2- - 7- - " :n--g. " - ' Z x ' J C! - h ' ' 'e f" -y J 3 ' ' 1 . -r ' f--.- Q. -' ' ,, ' : '5 's " +--., --Fe,Q.'!:f-bi? I fx ff Q '. 9 ff 1 Q ki Y. n Q ix kk ,E 11 -Q. V Y i 'Ani -: .Lf 4-N, ,, gag' pq-LA.. V -if ,D U h: F15 2 jr: x. R M X.- R I 2, ' -., ,,---L1 J .- -q ,Q-'D.,, "-'-"-f a--..sul ...,!f'u.4Uf77 9 I I W ' -' .... I.- 5-V . . 7' - ., -5- .. -ff,-Irfryf- I nv.. .u,.. - rg ' 5 XX. I.- ,,,e"' . - ,., - -, 5 ' f ..- 'V - - - L x 5.1-, f' 1. - - --Jag l,'JLf..,, A 1"- .. :. .0 1-ff .V -' - J , ' 7 - -we - f.. -+---1 - fifx if 3: -. 1. .,-5 K1 fx T " " IQMIJW 3150 ff CHARLES SHANEFELTER "Charley Boy": Classical -l Track IV. 'Conspicuous by his absence." ARLEY SICA "Sica": Commercial President Student Senate IVQ Student A' Mgr. Football IVg President Commercial Club IV: Vice President Hi-Y IVg Maroon and White Staff IVg Dramatic Club IVg De- bating Club IV' French Club IV' Inter-class hack I II Varsity Flack II Senior Day An aident mind prompt imaglnatlon and a copious flow of words SAM L SILVER Hick Commercial Boys I lee Club III IV Opetetta III IV 0Y'Ill'Il6'I'fldI Club III IV Senior Day Ye gods' the Jokea that boy has minted Vi e really ought to have them printe EDWARD L SITTLER JR E General xck II III IV IHIPI class B Vanity B B Squad IW NB Cub X II Freae ot H181 III Prea Alpha H18 IX Student Senate III Pies of Senate Dramatic Club IV Diamatic Club Plav fnculation Nlanagei Nlaroon and VI hlte IW Class Vue Pres IV Honor Roll Senlol llav Hen comes the man of comfort whose ad vice I-Iat 1 often etlll d my blawlmg discontent 3130-1- 7 H TA? - 105' 1- J 'B- l F R ! 41 cv I U K N W 5" """0wq,v if :L EQ 53 , , . , . I. ' 5 f .. - 3 . 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Haxe xou not l16'dlIl ll wud ott X xxomau nax doth sl md fm mt PAIIL STAMAN Af-hates Classical H1 lemple Klub Boxs hlee Club ll When A man lb NXIOIIZ and mont Rdlllll lt he usually Zets angry HELEN STEELE Steele Classical Pl9IlCll Klub lk ful mold hfue vu 'fs but ily IIUI vslleu we would 'FAQ IN J aiu..-,,,.-it as qFgt:,,,,,,.,f-FI ch R l"'s'7 V W xx'-A ' v-""' 4-P Mtg,.T ""' F if-' l i 4- ' ' 1' 41, ,Ll ,,.- Q N In 54 A' I - v 1 - ' 1. ' ' l ' 'S l' S 2 ' I 7" M 79. ' --H I . , . w 1 f' v 1 . ' 4 v u 1 v Y ' A - 1 - - u v 'l , , b . , . nl '7. ' 1, I - "J ' ' ' ss . ' "!..I.j ' ' ' " , x Y I. vw T Ex K rx . , .' I Q' :LA - li f- -...R sl ,E X . --- -, " . C iv tv . X I - -1.4 'Z . - 'fl 1 , m e , -f.- - Y. ,. ,U , X ,, 4 x ' 'X A , fn. W .V .u Q in JK it 0 Q, ,Q , J rj.: , - - 3 ii.-m,:.:,h U X ,- , is 5 X, K. . . ' ' 1 - l 4 .0, .-Y-"",,' . . -., A"-- .,s,.,.,:. ff '. 'Z ' A MIX X' X x X. .X ,la X.- geeenf-" ' W' 1 -J-4 f !z""A,f '-Q x- 'T ' -'--::'.:i.::.q!f'5 ifv ,FI , .Nz ., .Ja .' ' " X . 4 'K 1' 'Y ' - ' C " I 1' i ' '-' - "d f iii.-"5-', -K+? AY -.. W-..w.f V-.,- .D ,,,Q ,snf .' - .1 , -- --ag..-A Gle-Q Club ll: Operellzi ll: F1'f'l1l'll Ulub IV, "A lady. whose brighl eyes rain influ- . 3 , f-I . v ' .'- . ' - ' - 1 WILLIAM STONE "Stoney" President Junior and Senior Classg Var- sity Football II, III, IV: Capt. Football IV: Hi-Y IVQ Patrol Squad Illg Varsity Track II, lll, IV. "None but the brave deserves the fair." ' ' ANNA J. SUTAK "Little Annie Rooney": Commercial Lounty Commelcial Contest III Commei ua 4 lub III V Diligence is the mothex of good luck EDNA TEETS Teetsie Commercial Ottice and Libraiy W oik IV Commercial C lu Q III A pleasing countenace is no slight ad uint lge MABEL MAE TEETS Meb Commercial Lommeicial Club IV Senioi Day I haxe found by experiencing that noth ing is mole useful to man than gentleness and atfablllty Ol I TA? JA' - 5 ga gt ,,t1 a f" s- : 55 , I 1 , j , , . .- I E - ' . i ., I , , I . . .. - - - , H H ' Un ' 'I' . , . . . V 1 ' I ' A, . . . . vf 1 7' V f V . , I P H Un ' V . ' . ' , . , , . .. , - - - g . . ,, 35 ra- .X Sgr I is:- , ,, ,4' R v.,' r- 1. ' ' I ' " " ' I , 5 R f- uv . .V , -Y gg, X FA I l -,,, W, ' f1 'x' ""-- fe- . f t -- ' . - 1. 9 if H I 5 it Ax 4, -n g:-y. Q 5 usa? 4 .4-, Q gm..-..w,, ,I fmA E, .FY , I tl 1 . . . T A -1.. ., fr" - . - x -- , a -4, '--5:--1' -' iq' nur r .I V- . , tl ut X, gg, -,, , 5- ,Un 14,4 V ,, I ., , I . , f to...:.:::!,,,-,H,,f5,z.7,, U-Q1 .,.i. ,tum , ,, X 4,,.- V xi , k 1. ,i ,,u,,,H - .A :mpg-51,1 .- -:J , - -- - .,fJ'.-. -- --.- . .,. . , . . "' -I , ,Q ,-- Q,?5'fS1f ex '1Pref,mA '7 v lull W1 A lv 3'- L 9 VERNA TEETS "Teetsie": Commercial , Commercial Club IIIQ Office Work IVQ County Commercial Contest IVg second honors in Free-for-all Shorthand, a represen- tative of Free-for-all Shorthand at the Inter- County Contest at Indianag Honor Roll. "She would give at once, lest by delaying: she would seem to deny the favor." ANNA THOMPSON "Shy": General A maiden fiii a maiden jollv Opposed to all thats melancholy ADELAIDE BEESON TITLOW Tntlow Classical Opeietta III IV Secretary ol Student Senate III Vue President ol Dramatic Club IV Fieasuiei oi The French Club IV Dia matic Play IV Senior Day Vlit and humor belong to genius alone COLLEEN TOMASEK Kolena General S ee ub s Fiench Club IV A handful of common sense is month H1019 than a bushel oi learning vw ,jun .,-w V U 'rl-.-'NW' , , , , ., 'Z x .1 ' ' H ' IV. ' I . . ' I . . ' A' , rf: k '. ' . .' . .1 ' L . .. . 3 .I l , If l' ll YY' ,I A Girl. G1 Cl Ill: Girl: B. B, I, IV1 J ' ' ,I '. " 4 1 Q ' 1 v u , - , ' H , t O I .I K ' ' 'Ez' S IX t-:Uv is:- ?. h,N V , ', , ,, Q, . - I- . e -,ill ... ., , .4 A ,L , , ' x 'M L A ' "-4'-ff-- .--,, JT 'l C, 4, ...,,tf-.-'vv""7" " t , IT- Q' 'E Q f. di " 'Ir a -5 -Q:-Qfz..3-s,1 V437-M- " -L if .if r: :JM Y-P . K. .x 1. v -lla ' :Fw-' -: 'J41w,f,- 'f-.Z-, I'-eff-ff--RL-.1 .. fzfifwz '-1' 5. f - 15'-2fAx ., . . .2 V- ,- - i A l Z -frlssap i , YA" - y -: y f,-5-:K ga " e Q gQ f1f:E.?fl, xl l lnmfcv J lpwafggwwfgwv N X X '- ' -L-1-.-2-f--Q-:nz-4-ff.:1-4.-A--z 1.-1 .-':-.cg-.g-q.g.-.1-1-1-g,1:.1.54 ,.L1.:.,,-.-,:.,, . , Cm , CLEM WADSWORTH Waddy Classlcal lhu ue mole men ennoble-cl by study than bx lldllllf' XARISSA WADSWORTH Swssv G neral meal lhmux IN 118 Clem C Opemtta IN A face oelspleacl with lmpplncss ANNABE.. WALLS Commerclal c s 1 C 0lllIll9lCld. ub Llab Il Flench Club IV Honox Roll Ol tue Vlolk IX Llbraly IV Tls only lovely thought can make a lolely face HELEN LOUISE WALTERS Helen Commercial COI'llIllllfldl Club IW Beautllul b9hiiVl0l lb the flnest ot flne futs x AX Y r Zn Y K -vg L if 02311589 r 1 A 1T'W -Q .Qu -.'-Iv. ,pin 'akin 'S k L! ..,, ln - " ' -- "ww 4, V .53 9-9 qi-1 , . --2 Q Q ii Q 1? . 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A , 1 lf , -1. -H" -f . -, -l 4, f -P f- '-fr'--F ,, ln, :wi '-1 ' 'r v' -' Q N. .X K- X. - .- , -" ' W 'A '- f"4 " V ""., '33 4 1 """' 'ffl-'l'4".'-'ll -v . . , .. 4 . , -. , I -, -. -- , H55 --,.xX1e-M -- xt., ,fa I : U LQ, -4 .-v . u ,x"'- ' .,J'.-,, ---. - . .,- - - I , " 57 . . 3 ---.Nun Q I Q o - J ' W" sq f fn- WILLIAM J. WANDEL "BilI": Commercial f'tIIIlIII.'I't'I2Il Club Ill, IVg Senior Day. "Ut-1-asioxls do not make a man frail, but the-y show what he is." ESTHER WILHELMINA WEINSWEIG "WiIIy": Classical Irrznnatic Clulm IVL F1-enclm Club IVL Win- nm' ol' O1'z1to1'ir'z1l Contest in l'. I-I. S. and Fayvnu- County, Second XYIIIIIPI' in llistrir-t 3 fJ.'2Il0lIt'tIl Contest IVQ Honor Roll: Svniox' In lhes ut II deselw to have xx ho know the V NIIOII ext and NUIPQI sun to get IREN E WEISS Perle Commerolal n tlul III QGHIU Vllnlst xou seek new fI1GIIdSl'IIDS cultl no the old CHARLES L WILSON Happy General I uh I COIIIIIIQICIAI Qlum He ISIII much III a cloud but when V011 ,Q lum alone you d be QUIDIISQCI xr 'P W X 4.1! AQ I wwf' J...n Ei" -5 4 it ,,,. " rf.. " 8 ' ' I . . 5 9 . A . rf ni H" f -A, ,h. . . , . Y Y - , , Y " .' ' fill' ' .' '. " ' .. A ,,, - ' Conn '-1'c'iaI T J 1 L ' 1' Ilay. va I ." I Q - .. H. W, . ll GMI- T' Z f ' " ' l III. . L I y ' ii V 'T I ' - . ' ' . 'JIPII1'f'I'f'f1'1'l'.'I'1'ZA' V vw N S -,N N. T - . .A G' X ' - m V 'X'-f ..- 'TCX -- , f 'gl I '- " e mi -3- 'V 'I' 'H 2 ' fn, ,:l!i,F"' '-Q V - I 'Q- if 5 1 X: 'Q '11, Y ' . ' x ,Q ': ' ' . ' --"""'.. 3. 'fI'r:"' J., f- , ' ..H-.'-fs. ,I 1 J' 143' '1 I ., r. l- 5, x x. yt n,, . 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I M" ' E52 I . 4 .4 H , .' . : ff' I 'S L 1 R -. , .- ..j b E a I , K fs -.,- l ' ' MARY KATHRYN WOOD Mary Kate Commercnal Seuelfuy ot Room 6 III Senlor Day N1 ht attex mght I 4 sat and bledrc d her eyes wlth books CALVIN WOODWARD Ca General TI9dSlll9l IJldll1dllC Club IV Student Senate Nlfuoon and Xxhlte Staff IN Ed1 son qmenm Iluh IW Alpha H1X Ambmon has no rest VIRGINIA MYERS WRIGHT Gnggy Commerclal Lonlnmeludl Qlub III Semox Day Xnd tlohckmg glee was there Phe ml! to do and the soul to dare M IRIAM YEAGER Pokes Commercial Ihanmdtlc Llub IW Commexclal Llub III IX qenlol Day XR hat sm et dehght A qulet llfe affords 1T'XQ I L l 1 him """"'wp, ' H 59 l:'x ii' .,,.x 1-L, U O I," I'-A , M V' ' F ,I - , X I 4 , 911 9 214 H .. ai F-E if ', S 'I QjjlkiOIHCUQSHH.PMHHiiHHiSHHi3HI. Hi P! CW '.lL'. N TUBE. ' 'Fil PI. 3. HQ. 'Wifi 'I .p ,. fn , :.' , Av .va-.nf -if ' 4 tu XXX I n u 5 V3 Nm X AL 'Y 'Q' -41,1 ru e X an X It xr P 42 -P Q l., ,S 1h2..x l gs mb , - I vc"'7 60 1.11 ANNA ZEMO "Annu: Commercial Vibllllll rcinl Club lll, IV: Inter-class Girls , , "P'1ti1nf-Q iw bitter bu' its fruit is sweet " CHARLES ZACK Charhe Commercial llnlt uhxch lg ex embody 5 busmess Ib 0 h :dx S OUQIIIPSS Y rj.- x ,M ,,,. 3 -.H E ..- p 1' M.. '11, 4?,- ' rfb, -ef I '- I - A , i . . . m . '4 -fx " ' Si ' V g 'P 1. is if 4-1 'Lf Ei .. .. .. 9? r ' 'J ' 1. fi 2 ff jg 1 J? E2 A 35 ' 32 1 af: y i 'f 1: : 'Q' ,A 1' .1 a N -' ' - e: ef az N 2: Af :Zz ' U -e '. n 'Q A - S 54 .sf-1 ' f I f K , 2 Q ff .1 1 ' V fig m as 5:5 If ' " 1 ' :' ,'."'11' Q, V59 ,l NN IA ' L- A 'iqf Eg rf A I eg Q H! 3. 1 A :iii -I.: Ak V " . asia -' I '- f "WI 'J " .... ,... I f lj ll 1222 'Qs 2:2 . 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GRIFFITH "Grif": Technical 'But .1 in good time ' JOH N A HAYS Luttle General Varslty Track III OICIIQSUH II County Nluslc Contest IV Xml Io' as one dlaws nvfn He hvns sneer srl uns ol YIIIISII VIRGINIA HORSLEY Vnrglnla Classlcal 1T'Xv fhenrg k ,xiwgm L r f -ii' 24' 22.11 61 "If there be joy in this world, certainly the I I I X . I I I II V A pound of acllon IS month fx ton ot talk -N . ' ll .' ll ' 'ln . 1 . 1 . . , I' I ' 1' . '5 r . 1 r 1 a u A 1 -'Q 1' ' 1 u ' 1 ' , 4' 1 " 1 . . . . I . . . ll ' ' ' ll: ' I I 'I -1 I vgsjiw-.W gg., X I 1, I 7 .- . ' ,. ' '- ffif , ' '. " . 'I . "fn 4 4"-an 'Q 'T:r- 391 A 5 J ': , ' " . 'T 1 .- . "1 , - - Y A --'.L v' ' 5 . , ' 'Q 'Q . - -- ,. - .,.- , - ,, --V-.f ..- 2 1 L : -1 ' .1- 1 ' 7 - ----"" ,," l -f-"'1-:,4 N ' r - -Y' . -I U .7 FY : , IN. x X x ' x' K'-'X 'X 1 -" -'wg f,'7"5.,, "-- , n""'t F.--.:'...l' l".1!t'4," '- Y V' K I -5. .ra ' ' - Q , -,P 1 -' , . . 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K XXYRi"S."i?zsaSYI.E GRACE ELIZABETH WARES Xxxxlbixia Gracie' General should .um lf IS clwentulness 'x I 'ik 'Tb 1-.xxxw - J 'TAQ AQ -,..4" Gb F R lu -.4'N I X 1, nv" gi. x A f x f5.- 17 11741 63 Does well Nts noblx mgels fnuld do no If 111919 15 vutue xuthm thee at xx hlrh we N - 3' V4 j Q xx: A, u 1 nm ma . .11 w f 5 5 X 5 . , . . . . . , . j ' GQ 15? , ,, gg e ' r ,Q 1 W '14 i' 55' 2 6 5 .,, Q 3 fi A 2 32 I 2 Sf? ' 1 K, 24 fh 242 aw 255 4 E .' 2 : I i , ., f 2:35 " ': ' '- V Lf , - Im an ' V " 2,1 s . V 1-', I ... in 1 , Z Xa sign A41 ' X ' us- nu 'i ' av- 'H' N w E Y x ..2: 25:1 -7 if "'.i..,,- 1 4 t A T-.- 4- FE Z4 , ' ,-.. W... . '. '-EIL 9 'Q I " I " ' I ng- . 4 .f I L, '--'elsi f " Q ff fl :Q -f -:-:-my:-.-.-.W-1 72:-:sf :-:Y:- :-:-' '-2:-rs--. "::gf:-:-:-:f,,g.f:---1-.f 'p f' px! "' mse- .I 7 ' ' ..Y' 'Qi , 'u' . ' .-- ,-'X V, ,---:: .5-' x EU', E ji g 'Z , .. ' ' - -A 'X ' Q f 4 5:1-4.4 ' L i." '-'m- G' ' 'V 17 - if '61 f , X. 1 M- xv a . 44- if ff: "1, ' +1 .. .,,,,L --A-,. .: .x4.:.,.?.:2 In :-'fflshj - - u , E , 3, I , Yv,A --7, - '-iv-.Fil 5, f'l"'. easier jig Q1 ' I " f ,.A'g'2:f N fs A 13, , -' -a g ,, .1 S' '2 X 'SIT xx rf 5 ' i. 1 - - . ROBERT FEE "Roxy": General Senior Day. "No man is born wise." THEODORE HENDERSON "Teddy": General Track II, III, IVg Senior Day. "Worth makes the man, and want of it the fellow." ETHEL JUBIN "MIckey": Classical "By nature she's sober and quiet. H GEORGE JUBIN "George": Technical "He was never accused ot' being noisy." WILLIAM S. LUDWIG "Bill": Commercial A-B ll: Pres. Commercial Club lVg Stud- ent Senate IV: Hifi' IV: Debating Club IV, Track I, II, IV, Inter-class B. B. II, III, IV: Senior Day. "Of manners gentle: of affection mild: In Wit a man, Simplicity a child." JAMES LYNN LYONS 'fJimmy": Technical Football III, IVg Inter-class B, B. III, IV, Maroon and VVhite Pin III, Tennis Squad II, III, IV, Swimming Team II. "His conduct still right with his argument wrong." LAUMAN MARTIN "Professor": Classical Secretary Hi-Y IV3 Senate IV: Debate IVQ French Club IV3 Honor Roll. "Look he's winding up the watch of his wit, By and by it will strike." Class l-lrstory Long, Long Ago We were freshmen, green, of course, but rt drdnt matter as we were blissfully unaware of rt W carried four subgects and groaned under the burden We drdn t talk rn Study Hall tmarnly because ther made us study rn the audrtorrumi We neither chewed nor slept during classes Briefly, we were wrthout a bad habit thus the Joy of our teach er lll A Lrttle Later Though we ceased to be the de lrght of our pedagogues, we became the pride of our own hearts, and as such were constantly censured by everyone concerned and unconcerned However, we weren t noticeably affec ted by this treatment, for we thought we knew iealously when we saw rt Our Champions Then, now, and always were first organized this year under Coach s rn str uctron, and soon began to play the kind of basketball that won for the school the 1926 W P I A L supre macy We met Sophomore, Junior, and Senior alike rn rnter class scraps and we conquered each rn hrs turn Oh, vie vsere good' A Year Gone Gone, but not entirely forgotten I' rom the memorx of vshrch one of us can the scenes of those frr st har d, vet rrresponsrbly happx days ever fade' Certarnlx a picture worthy of a place on anyones wall of remembrance rs that of our freshman term Then There We Were Just full of pep as Sophomores big bullies vie were, probablx but tconsolrng thought! no worse than our predecessors Vie teased the freshmen and felt no pangs of con science Vie vsent to all the games and made more noise than the rest of the school put together Some of us studied and gained admittance to the A B Club and the rest of us Jorned the orchestra or the Glee Clubs or anxthrng else that would have us Yes, we were great Jorners, but, plarnlx speaking, we stuck x,XQ. -0 ' Vi -Q ,f ch - 1 ia ,du A, :xv S L 9 P, I U 15 Y eff! 4-5 1 x xxh EL ah 2... 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We had other athe- letes, too, innumerable, who kept up the record of the class. Greeted by a New Principal We entered upon our third year. Subdued? Yes, a trifle, but not to the point of disinterest. We were begin- ning to realize what this stage through which we were passing might mean to us later. We were beginning to see that life may hold pain as well as pleasure. But all this didn't dam- pen our' spirits and we went at the job of class organization with our wonted enthusiasm. Politics Naturally we had the disease rather a bad case of rt, too for not until the second election were we able to decide whom we wanted for our leaders lhose finally considered worthy of the honors were William Stone President Jean Abraham Vice President Isabel Kough Secretary Joe Hackney freasurer and Robert Vlcburnex Sergeant at Arms Our Accomplishments Ifrr st we entered w hole heartedly rnto Student Par trcrpatron, a new rdea and a good one we thought Then we put on a party the peer of which due to competent management and lively sprrrts has never been held rn the history of the school And last of all we procured the best looking rings that have ever adorned the proud fingers of any group of arro gant Juniors We had our pictures taken too however enough said' Of course lots of us are really quite good looking but then theres always the rest of us to be consider ed Whatever was lacking rn beauty though was fully atoned for rn brains thus mak rng a happy combination Our Invlncrbles Was what we called our grrls bas ketball team, for we simply couldn't be beaten, not even by the seniors. And this reminds us of how we eager- ly followed our varsity team from one victory to another until it finally landed at Chicago as the representa- tive of Pennsylvania in the nation- wide contest. Su1'ely our pride was pardonable. And Then Then we were seniors! We didn't feel a bit the way we thought we would. In place of the supercilious attitude, which our imaginations had led us to believe was always charac- terized in a typical senior, was a feel- ing of mingled hope and despair. We were ambitious, thus accounting for the hope, but we suddenly began to sense the existence of the endless ob- stacles which lie on the road to suc- cess In other words we realized that we didn t know so very much So we started out with the determination to make the most of the year ahead More Polrtrcs Our electron this year was com paratrvely peaceful, one meeting suf frcrng for the nominations Our presr dent was again William Stone Vice President Ed Srttler Secretary Alice hafael Treasurer Charles Hyatt and Sergeant at Arms Joe Hackney Under these effrcrent officers we worked together as one man all our senior year Our Teams Those of us who went out for foot ball basketball and track were pos sessed of sufficient skrll to bring home several cups one being sym bolrc of the W P I A L champion ship We also entered the rnterscho lastrc debating contest and the nation wide oratorrcal contest In general we were stepping out' The Omrssron Of accounts of many many happy times will no doubt be marked rn this record But as every single day rn our high school lrfe has been made outstanding by some incident worthy glw zfj 13 lin .5 ,f,,.LAil K n V- 5 , "' ff "'wp' 65 . , . , 1 . , . , . 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V -Q ' 5 1 3 F5 "Q ' '54, -1- '"'f"14"-"-'flf.-i..--'V "'--'- ',,J,, ' 3,491 1-2. -- N .Tr ,fa .' ', ,I X gf., .'L,y', . - v . .v I ""7' " - T, J-.- . 1- --JIU I' . ., . ., , V as '. 1-. ,s s- gr e QQ of remembrance, even though we were capable of doing so, we have neither time nor space to recall them all. But one of them will never be forgotten, whether set down in black and white or not- Commencement Our four years Weren't a lifetime after all, though they seemed so when viewed from the standpoint of a freshman. They were just four' short years gone, never to return. Just now we feel very thankful for them, and a little regretful. We're being grad- uated, and somehow it seems to mean so much that we had never thought of before. But xre've tried to do our best for the scrrool and we feel no qualms at leaving our unfinished work in the hands of the seniors-to- come. We know that they will do just as we did-their utmost for the strength, honor, and glory ot Union- town High School. The Class of Twenty-Six Gly llosemary li. Fieldj -Q V Now- 'Tis good-bye to old friends and old refrains Farewell to accustomed h runts Forth To where Time avr arts patrentlx With outstretched arms To welcome the eager pilgrim Bearing the cherished burden Of memories, Joining her struggling caravan Across the sands of hard labor And Lake Obstacle To Mount Success Who To serve as our guides But grim Perseverance And that noble dame good Faith Those- There will be To fall farntrng bs the rn aw side Others pursue false rdeals Or build their dwellings on the yr as But most will struggle on To the hilltop of Fame Thus The class of twent5 six goes forth To meet Life on her own terms Either to succeed or fail Leaving behind with regrets Our zealous rntsructors And precious schooldays lforeverf So- Wc must succccd XX c will succeed Shall ue bring 'No honor to our -Xlmr Nlatcr sh rll ne irll her c Vtrth honest pr use 01 thc cl rss ot tucntx sm? C Cdl lo xx hom or pass the torch lurid xxell rt s ilrmc llurrnf xour rcr n lt rs a sacred trust lh rt vie h ue cherished lor tour lrfrppx wars Come 1 ather up xour prcks seniors Let us be on our vs fu lo Nlount Success Or the Xallex ot l rrlure -Xg rrn I rr eu ell friends and teacher s dear Gr rnt to us xour blessings Xnd best urshes for tl e comrnf rournex e ln return Wrll uphold the school s pure honor And str rxe to do our best Y. .el XA? 'il ia ww ..-ff 11 " .1 :S 4 -'J 66 1 , , A 1 1 v 1 ' 1 5 v C l I X 5 X I , ' , . , , v 1 . . . V . . 7 K, I v -. T - V . ' . z . ' 1 i ' , ' g' , Or s 2 ' 1 ' Jars . .' . ," ,Lv .Q 'L1 " ' r ' U '-3' ' . D . e , 1 . . , -, . . . . , . . , ' 1 - - ' '1 ' . , I C A C .' V Y . . fu. ' 5 1 F1 ' ' 1 . 11 . - , 1 1 -1 . r r . , , . , C 2 7 I ' D ' b ' c . ' ' 3' K . ' 'T T1 1 ta - i F, . v 1 4 Y 1 1 . uw I I c . , , r . I S . .C I. ' ' v v v ' ' ' Y A S - . A 1 p 1 7 . , . , . I ' " Y 'Z . . . . C T J. A T2 . - . 1 . 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YOUTH High in some rosy tinted clouds Youth weaves a dream so fair And builds such great ambitions In his castles in the aii Up neai the tvunklinfl st IIN Phe castle tuiiets 11se VN heie youth has spanned thc Veais With biidges in the skies Clbllllllll Down on the lowly eaith Youth comes to rest at list, And finds theie oft his Cll9lHlQ ful filled When golden xouth is past Margai et G llollison 5, -PAQ J, 1-A4li.HQ,L1U Q R Q 'P .".a-'S I 4-'N-w hymn ,,,.,-f ,A-1 -ef' -ig'-. ff ' J 68 ,i v Y' , ' V , . . V I., n C x , . 7 1 . - . c T P, 1 . . C K l 1 .1 u 1 I ' k C L ' v ' I 1 ' ' I . -il . - I vffff "? EZ" S. J ,i 'f-L Q . 'K ' V ' ' wx W . -, ' " r 1 ka f:.w-.,u . i . K, fi -.Y , -e . G dl l , JF ki - Y if 'E' 5 ridhn' ru Q I '. .1 ii' .' ,.1.:, g..A-n ' 4, , l 'fl "N mf 13, GQ 'l To f- i .ifiz-iff A?" ' rf '. 'Qi Egg d. jllvu X: X , M xx! sun ,,. e. , Q ,. .h ,ggi aa .. ,fi :LJ X - :g n-:5:h -:Hq., ,p-api, X. 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" ff '-' ,- Yi , Q .X K J9 gkvgb! ,fl f Sy ' K I X A f Q, X 'fa 1 Q -. ff k if 1 " Q , J f f f4Q ,f , f 1 . 'Ubi , -'23 sz- , 5 . 7 .. ., Q ., A .uf , . N- 214 A ' -X ,.. , "' I . an H 1 D - g...-,-, 'Z , , "" ' J . mf' " '5, 41 " f e U nfilgf' "1 fm- ,, ff, 'f gg , f . ' .v 'f ma x -ff A - ' ' 9 2 if ". " f? ' Tf7' .- f x fl p 6 -- -K f z' 1 -. 23,1 WE JUNIORS fBy Julius Goldbergj There was a little man, and he had a little soulg And he said, "Little Soul, let us try, try, try! -Sir Thomas Moore. Although all of us Juniors may not be little and may not have little souls, yet we also can try, try try. We can try to make our class of 1927, the best class that ever has been grad- uated from this "dear old" High Schoolg in fact, make it the best that ever will be graduated. But to do this we must set precedents in all forms of scholastic athletic and extra cur rrcular actrvrtres Are we not now rn a farr wax to do tll1S9 Our class rs peculiarly fortunate rn that rt has puprls of hrgh scholas trc abrlrtv an unusually large num ber making As and Bs We have athletes of frrst rate caliber who rn another rear wrll mature into fully developed athletes and athletic stars Our students are also well represented rn all extra currrcular actrvrtres rn fact excellently represented Some may not know but at the meeting a lar gelv attended one that for good manners courteous attentron and rn tellrgent management of affairs we rr ere superior lf we want to continue as one of the best classes of this High School vse must continue to set hrgh stand ar ds and even better them rn our next rear There rs a sayrng Practice makes perfect and rf we practice dorng good work and setting hrgh ex amples of spor tsmanshrp we may be come an rdeal class wrth no loafers slackers hindrances or detrrments lowering our record of class work There rs also another srde to us Junrors our lrght and frrvolrous side. We ar'e happy and carefree and in some cases hearitly agree with Lord Byron in saying, "On with the danceg let joy be unconfinedf' We are still young, many of us in our early or' middle teems, and we need entertainment, diversion and recrea- tion. A few high school dances or social functions won't hu1't us and if vie do look form ard to these functions with undrsgursed rox and earnest ness are we the less wise" Browning once sard This could have happened once And we mrssed rt lost rt forever We do not vxant this to happen to youth and we need all the drver sron and recreation that we can get but not rn excess rn order to continue dorng good rn ork for All work and no play makes Jack a dull bov On organizing for the frrst time this year we elected a capable lrst of officers a lrst that rs serving rts class farthfullx and one to vshrch the xr hole class owes thanks They are Rrlev Lrtman Pr esr dent qamuel Flennrken Vice Presr dent Gladrs Hawkins qecretarv Jean White Treasurer Harold Cun nrngham Ser geant at Arms Our prrncrpal s oft repeated mottg Be happv rn your vsork And as hrs further admonrtron rs to obtain that happrness naturallv working sn hrle we vsork and plavrng whrle we play we feel that as qenrors we shall be more than reinforced for a true exrt from Hrgh Qchool M1 - in xiii? gh uk R Q .1--" 1 "" al A 4 :Hi J 70 r r . , , , k 1 - 1- , ,, , ' D , ' L . 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NIT- .. - Ache, Virginia Adler, Robert Alexander, Margaret Ashcraft, Charles Ashcraft, Dorothy Augustine, Daniel Augustine, Grace Axelrad, Irving Bailey, Olive Bailey, Vaughn Baker, Carolyn Baltz, Austin Barclay, Ralph Barton, Harry Beatty, Harry Berry, McClure Bierer, Donald Bierer, Leslie Bodnovich John Borlng V11g1n1a Boyd Mildred Bonlen Helschel Bradley Ethel Brayton Ed Brayton Kenneth Bieading Ruth Brehm Leroy Brehm Mary Brooks Harry Blown John Browning Ralph Bryan Biyen Buck Bessie Bumgarner Albert Burd Ruth Buigess Fred Bush Irene Campbell Lois Carloll Anna B Carloll J G Capossere Mollie Camey Richard Chamberlin Maly Claike Let1t1a Clement Genevieve Cotfin Fullei Coffman Kenneth Cohen Jesse Cohen Milton Conaway John Conn Howard eh '4 v-eg :sv X Q A w xxh G J UNIORS Cooper, David Craig, Anna Mabel Critchfield, lrene Crow, Clarence Crow, John Cunningham, Harold Daum, George Davis, Janet Davis, Leroy Dawson, Paul Dearth, Herbert Dollison, Margaret Dollison, Virginia Drabik, Margaret Drexler, Nettie Dunn, James Dusic, Emeric Dutton, Ruth I-'dentield Ernest Faikalay Margaret Fecek Anna Fell Clalence Festoi Helen Field James Fiftik Michael Fxke Robert Flenniken Samuel Foster Alonzo Franks Edna Gamer Frances Gandee Lyman Garbart Alice Galber Lucy Garrett Josephine Gebhard Mary Katherine Ghrist William Gladden Gladys Goff Marie Goff Ray Goldberg Julius Graham Dorothy Gray Helen Hackney Earl Haines Orlando Hall Edith Hall Mary Elizabeth Hall Virginia Hankins Natalie Hanmck Pauline Harpei Edmund Haught Ruby Gene We AQ -ELT- 72 12.-K If S fav xi, 1, A I '. I Hawkins, Gladis lleinhaugh, XYiIlian1 Helmick, Marlin I'I8l'1'Oll, John Hess, Harriet Hewitt, Ruth Jeanne,- Honsacker, Ray Hunt, Mary Louise Hurst, Ruth Hutcheson, Cll2ll'l0llf' Hutcheson, Florence Hutchinson, Mary Frances Inks, Donald Jenkins, Evelyn Jennings, Ethel Johnson, Harry Jones, Alfred Kamensky, Anthony Kerr Ruth King Floience lxough Pauline Kianiei Alllllll Kurtz Faye LaBa11e Cathellne IaCla1l RIHIJOIIL LaClan Irene Laughead Glact Litman Riley Lohx 'llfuy Loulst Long Joe Lucy Thelma Lutz Vlaigalet Ma11nell1 Patsy Maistellei Chnlotte Martin James Matvvax Anna McCollough Mau McCormick Ruth McCune Joe McClain Howard McDonald Hayden WICEHOW John McKnight James jll6Cllllll,2' Dorothy Medlen Ralph Millel Charles M1lle1 Jane Millet Flank 'llooic Marv Fhzaheth 'llorus Milton Mosesson 7ehman 14' Sli! QIC' U 2- ' 'H .N I 1 4 I 1 ' ' . ' ' . . Y . , - , p 1 y , , ' D D ,Y , - y y - . .Y . . , ' l ' v ' Y , ,. I, . 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I f-N'1-:sT-cE PAS" x lily Jack Craftj As a representative of that "So- phisticated Sophomore Class", I come before you today to tell from whence we sprung and the goal that we ex- pect to attain. At about 7:30 one bright morn- ing in September 1924, a group of white faced and quivering young men, apparently lost in the new sur- roundings and almost lost in the new long trousers which they were sport- ing, stood before the yawning portals of the U. H. S. That group was the piesent Sophomore Class we Sopho moles As Freshmen we enjoyed ouiselves immensely vamping the irls and scormng the grade school kids and if it had not been foi the Sophs vye could actually have had a good time As time passed we progressed both in mental and worldly knowl edge until we thought that there was little left to learn Howevei when the yeai diew to a close many pupils found out their mistake in taking high school too lightly Ah' That sense of freedom that one gets when he becomes a Sopho mole and that enjoyment one gets in lording it over the Freshmen' All that can not be described in plain yy ords and as we have no flowers we are speechless Just as a certain old ladv of 109 years attributes her old age to the fact that she is still ahve the Class of 28 attributes then success to the fact that they have worked and strug led foi perfection and are rapidly attaining it As a class we aie not egoistical but vye possess the ught amount of pi ide that goes to distin guish a Sophomore. We Sophomores are just getting our stride and we are finding that High School means more as we grow olderg and in fact, we are even beginning to dread that day when our school days will be over. Meanwhile we are developing many future "Charlie Hyatts" and students who will be credible mem- bers of the Maroon and White Staff. We are going to put the Dramatic and Debating Clubs on the map. Now, there's one thing we forgot. That IS that we are the best looking class that has ever been IH the High School and if there 1S possibly anyone vyho takes exception to thls statement vye yust ask that person to go to any Sophomore and ask him Of course none of the things l have said show any undue amount of pride on our part but we Just want to have it known that the U H S will be safe in our hands from now on In a few yeais when some of us go to college and othels fill the white co lar Jobs and others are successfully married we will remember that in 1928 A D we graduated from that grand old U H S with the greatest class that has ever been formed We as a class want to compli ment ou1 teachers too for having the privilege of teaching US We want to thank them for their noble efforts to induce knowledge to enter our heads We think the faculty IS all right and while they may take spells yvhen they do not think the same of us the time IS coming when they will be saying Oh if we only had an othei class like that glorious one of 28 N EST CE PAS? vw 1 4' lgjf Xntm ""7 A "'wz.-yr 76 , - Y L Q . . . 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It passes the lips a mere formality, as carelessly and perfunctorily spoken as many others of the meaningless, customary expressions of good will or of good wishes which the world has come to adopt. It is dropped with little more sincerity or thought, in the jubilancy of the day, than if it were being used as a so- cially accepted parting remark in any one of a thousand cases where the oc- casion demanded such. The significanoe is not graspedg we realize neither that we are saying what is in most cases the first important one of a long series of farewells nor what this one means to us. Today we have left an institution which has done more toward in- fluencing our characters than any other single factor outside of the home. We have spent the most impressionable years of our lives in this school. And it has kept constantly before us the thought that each one is to play an important role in this civilization of ours, that each one is responsible to himself alone as to the nature, if not to the possibilities and limits, of the part he will play. It has held before us ideals. Never has anything been set up in the school as exemplary but that the greatest teachers and educators would have approved. We have been hoped fo1', worked forg nothing with- in the powers of oui teachers which would aid in our advancement has been left undone All of this vie have taken as a matter of course True some have been appieciative and have stuven to gain as much as they could bv such oppoitunity more have passed through then whole school cal eei with as little effoit as would satisfy the goal which then mind had determined a fevs have seized none of the11 opportunities Be this as it may the dag of such help is past A fortunate few may fro on to advanced schools wheie in some degree the same course of training will be continued but for the most part we are now beyond the pale of such We are out in the world Sui ely a step which cannot be passed by without a moment s hesitation and thought, a farewell we have said which closes one of the outstanding periods of our life history Then theie 1S an equally important adios which we bid today that to our school day friends F01 even though the thought may never have occurred to us we have lost, when we stepped out from the last assembly of our class mates, many of our best friends All those whom we con sciously or unconsciously have grown to like to pave oi to admire and fiom whom we have received affection love or admiration will live from now on far more independently of their former friends They may draw away gi adually new fi iendships may be formed in the meantime and the change may lose some of its acrimony by the lengthy pei iod which is iequired for its consummation But the day will come when we will long foi t11ed and true friends of high school days from whom we are taking this unostenta tious departuie Less important but far more patent than either of these two con sideiations of our leave taking today 1S our farewell to the pleasuies of school life This may sound somewhat doleful all the happiness of life is not automatically suspended by the reception of a diploma and the assump tion of a share in the world s work Far from it Any observer of human nature can ieadily see that even the American laborer the man with the home and family, is or should be one of the happiest men on earth Well paid, well tieated, well piotected with a hand in the management of the Y-Q VX? -0.4- cb xg-:f",-'!d- x X It ""f A "' -r , 82 . 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' .V A - - ' ---'--. . . . ., . ,. ?fE 1 Tx' iq I K 'X if E JW 2 government under which he lives, the workingman is indeed fortunate and his lot unrivalled either in other times or in other lands. No, it is not that pleasures cease when we leave school, but the day when life was an endless round of joy, when our worries were reduced to the minimum, when our happinesses were limited only by the limits of time itself-that day, for the most of us, has gone forever. We thought we had worries when examinations were announced, we thought we had troubles when report cards were not to our liking, we thought we had grievances when we got into difficulties with a teacher. How petty these seem today, how much mo1'e so will they seem a decade hence. We have absorbed for some twelve years, a little learning five or six hours each day, and then only one hundred and eighty days each year were we even near the school. All the cthe rtime, gener'ally speaking, has been spent in gratifying our own varied whims and fancies. Now the day has arrived when we must leave this Elysian existance to take the share of responsibility and care that falls on man's shoulders. lt will seem a little cruel at first, so novei it will be, and we will be tempted to try iniquitous ways of relieving ourselves of our burden that we might revert to well remembered days of pleasure. But we will learn as have many others how many things are more pleasurable and at the same time more worthy than a mere idle existence Then too is not that of which we have the least more appreciated than that which is most abundant? But in our departure there are more 1mpor'tant things merrtrng thought than the consideration of what we have left behind us The con sequwices of a farewell usually mean more than its antecedants So it would s em irrational to discuss the lesser in import and leave unmentroned that which is far greater Man is a reminrscant animal he likes to think of the past to sorrow and delight rn things gone by But retrospectron must bv law of nature be secondary to consideration of the future The past is past a factor of the present indeed but the present alone makes the future and what but the future is worth the troubles of existence What is this future that lies before us? One might ask much more aptly what the future does not hold for a group of nearly two hundred American youths all of whom have yet to see their twentieth birthday What things we will accomplish' What trades and professions callrngs and careers will not draw from our numbers for their most brilliant workers' What heights will we not obtain with what honors will we not be covered vet to what depths will we not sink what disgrace and rnfamy will we not incur? We after all are but a cross section of that broad panorama of mankind we must have our wrongs as well as our rights our failures as well as our successes There must be some of us follow the more menral lines of labor as well as those who obtain the lofty goals toward which we have armed Why then would it not be better to consider how we can make a suc cess of life in that we make the most out of its advantages rather than lose ourselves completely as we stand today at the threshold of our worldly existence in dreams of specific triumphs over concrete obstacles which we see looming before us'7 For the material things we may gain will mean but little when someday we look back for the last time over the days we have spent here how much more will we be concerned with the state in which we have confined our spiritual lives the uses to which we have put our mental powers and the attitudes we have taken toward our fellow men Life is such a wonderful thing And yet how often do we shut our V5 .0 1 xfxx xnlm :v"' M .S :- 83 - J .1 . 1 ' . . i. . . - . t ' . 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Why man is not continually shouting that it is great to be alive is one of his most peculiar characteristics. It is this constr'iction of mental em- ployment that is bringing upon us all the sorrow and hardship with which we ,the earth's peoples, are loaded. Someday there must come a dawn and then a glorious sunrise, a day of intellectual triumph, and exultaticn of the mind of man. Perhaps far' off, it must comeg with what material evolution it will be accompanied cannot be even dreamed of by us of this age. But the mental and spiritual development with which history credits the human race cannot stopg somewhere lies the millennium. All the world's a stageg We have our exits and our entrances and must play many parts. But as we go out today can we not conceive, in the light of all we have learned, what lies in store for us, and how much more the broad field before us will yield if we can but tread its fertile expanse with uplifted heads? Vale l THE AMERICAN HIGH SCHOOL CB5 J A Luboldj Much has been said concerning the education of the xouth of the xx orld European Writers say the American High School and its ideals vsould not be tolerated in European Countries because of its freedom and its diver sity of or gan17at1on and curricula We max say that Fur opean sec ondarv schools could not be used in America because of the inflexible cur rrcula and rigid or ganrzatron While We are not certain that the European tvpe is better for Lurope we are convinced and we base our convictions on a century of American High School progress that for Americans living in a great democratic State the American H1 h School IS the type of second ary school particularly adapted to the needs of the nation s youth The American High School is the greatest single experiment in so cial democracy in all the world It opens its doors not to a chosen few but to every normal son and daughter of every individual within our borders and this without regard to race color creed or nationality The first responsibility of the high school is to develop loyal, com petent citizens capable and willing to govern themselves vusely to dis charge intelligently the duties and responsibilities of family life and to bear each his full part rn making his community a self governed and well governed social and political unit A high school education rn this genera tion is not a luxury or a privilege but a civic and social necessity yes a patriotic duty if America is to reach and maintain rts goal as the world s greatest and truest democracy In spite of the fact that many persons are cryrng up and down the land that the American youth are going to the dogs , and that the end of Democracy must come as a result of the depr avrty of the girls and the boys of our time we who work with an associate with the youth of today have the greatest confrdence in them We see a greater America ahead Less illiteracy less rncomptency, less unrelrabrlrty, and more efficiency truer devotion to duty, and a keener sense of the purpose and responsibility of crtrzenshrp will characterize the crtrzen of tomorrow That the American people have faith in their high schools is shown Q tha ,..--f f -ww 4 84 M? 75 7 ' '. i 1. . . . 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Vs ' -1 2 's .- x 1 I . s .i .T 4 ni A. . u-,..r:4..- vp-'Q ?.-4.4 ,YL - -...gy up-'LJ' ,Ny , J L., 4 Vx Y- 1 x. .E it yr IN ,.,u-.-'gf--' , W- 4.. -Q-1 ,,'1-'f-.4, - - '---'L---.::,,.1 .,,.5:q,-HN, J '15 ,s . ..,,,,,r-1---u -- -- .', . .' g, 2 2 1-- , . - . -f ff- - ' ffffillggl.-5Iu..r, ,,,-,,-:'7.- 1273- " ., :snr 1-ff .- r- - v ,- f ' .arf - A-Y --- by the fact that they ar'e more than wililng to finance and provide for the ever increasing number of schools necessary for the training of the Amer'- ican youth. If there is any one type of public building which characterizes the spirit of America, and which may be said to reflect the trend of the truly democratic spirit of America, it is the American High School. The imm-ediate task of the public high school is to formulate curri- cula and provide physical equipment, so that each student may secure that type of specific as well as general training which will prepare him to fill well his place in the work of the world, and at the same time realize the highest individual development. Our own Uniontown High School, with its picturesque past, and its ever improving present, is forging rapidly ahead and must continue to do so by enriching the curriculum and by improving, enlarging, and modernizing its physical equipment. Our' high school at the present time may be com- pared to a much overgrown boy who has been given a new suit of clothes which is too small for him. Among our immediate needs may be mentioned additional class room units, a large auditorium for both school and com- munity use, an enlarged industrial education department, enla1'ged com- mercial and home economics departments, an an additional large gym- nasium and a nearby athletic field which can be used for regular work in health education throughout the greater part of the year XR 1th these provided and with a teaching staff correspondrnglv in c eased and improved Uniontown High qchool will be able to send out its influence rn ever increasing and widening circles That man I think has had a liberal education who has been so trained rn his youth that his body is the ready servant of his will and does with ease and pleasure all the work that as a mechanism rt IS capable of whose int llect rs a clear cold logic engine with all its parts of equal strength and rn smooth working order ready like a steam engine to be turned to any kind of work and spin the gossamers as well as forge the anchors of the mrnd whose mind is stored with a knowledge of the great and fundamental truths of nature and of the laws of her operations one who no stunted ascetrc rs full of life and fire but whose passions are trained to come to heel by a vigorous will the servant of a tender conscr ence who has learned to love all beauty Whether of nature or of art to hate all vrleness and to respect others as himself Huxley Book love my friends rs your pass to the greatest the purest and the most perfect pleasure that God has prepared for His creatures It lasts when all other pleasures fade It will support you when all other recrea tions are gone It will last vou until vour death It w rll make vour hours pleasant to x ou as long as y ou lrve To achieve what the world calls success a man must attend strictly to business and keep a little rn adx ance of the times The man who reaches the top IS the one who IS not content with do ing Just what is required of him He does more Edward H Harriman rf' ca o ' ,. . . . . . . . . - ' cr . 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U SHN A I 'X 4 -:::h 'hwy' 5 so e a 4 ,Q s f" YF p e I f sa, f if ,D 5"if1T 17 4 Bigotry has no head and Cannot think, no heart and cannot feel. When she moves it is in wrathg when she pauses it is in ruin. Her prayers are curses, her God is a demon, her communion is death, her vengeance is eternity, her decalogue written in the blood of her victims, and if she stops for a moment in her infernal flight it is upon a kindred rock to whet her vulture fang for a more sanguinary desolation. -Daniel O'Connell. Govern the lips as they were palace-doors, the king' withing tranquil and fair and courteous be all the words which from that presence win. -Sir Edwin Arnold. 'lhe sole ailstocracy of today is the ailstocracv of wealth the sole 3.11QtOCl3.CX of tomouow will be the etei nal devine, beneficent ai istociocv of intelligence and vutue at 1tS highest, genius, but that, like eveivthmg that descends from God, will use among the people and labor foi the peo J e ill2l7ZlY'11 vw Ah 'A I ,.,r-'F' ck L , r 4,13 4 xx It - Q- .i':'. -f ' 86 W 4 -' 1 ' v' 1 ' v x . l , . Us - f - 1 V' v ' ' In - . 1 X . J .V . ' Q' - - - . 1 4 s ... vi-I 1 . . EI" c . 7 Qs, , a .' A ' 3 lun- '- ,. is s . . ,,- .,g-- vid- .anx iv l J. , AN - J? -, A d- ru Lid: ..- , ---Q A I, i 4 1 Q -',- V .- ' , F X ff Q R ' M9 tux z 0 .X Q 1- . ,- 4 Y ', -- - 11... x. f .2 ff F 'Q X' if 1' ' ' . " l' if 1 Ni x . s "":: V '7 4 '3f"'4 x g 'M iva ' nh' " D-'7 ' 1 .245 " I 1. i , - ,uh ,Y-, -55,5 I, ., i- , ,.-,.5. '-,-D ' -,f,f,.,Yx-slr.-.J I I . ' Q Nl- Xi--x xx x.l - VY he, .A XZ Q 4 -f ', 22 Y g" 71' '-'., -2, ' ..-Q, - - g.::gl3ji-:ZjfQ1,b.g:iJ in Y ,...N- e-.' 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'I Q 3:25 E "T bfilif - rp , H1 X I- 1:34 f 'Z2?+4f:'x 7 , Y , , , ' WY" 9 f -' X a - - v. -- - "" T-'Q 'ffQgL-- 9? J hz, .WX 1, Q1 , Q ,g , f 5 . i if 3 ' 'X i I ..xrffN--- an , I XT I WEN, E," . , 'Ll .L ,,-1141i Us A 51' .T -, .Qi r- ', ," ' ' .. . as . - I- Zvi -h,.gIY- , N O nf. ---... ... N,..L1 , , F W I - 'fx Q1 -1 '31 el --- .sz 'Y g.- 3-,,,-,fi' 1 ?f1l. if :U QR x Q. Ig -ja vi AQA. .'-- - ' ,QQ- -4. 1,32 a+- ,,', 7-, . ' '-2,2 "X - --:Iwi,:::f,,,4g.3wfZH41 U.-5.- 9 ' p...-911-H---" ' '-,- 1-Z' -' A+ ' X' :ff0':'.a.7 - - -- ' -- '- - v , "'f' ' xf r -i3r'-- "- STUDENT SENATE I The Student Senate vshlch assembled OCtOb91 J 1925 xx as the second Senate ln the hlstory of the Unlontown Hlgh School the fllst havlng func tloned the latter palt of last year The offlcers chosen vuele Ed Slttlel plesldent Pllew Lltman NICE pl esldent and MV13 Lewellyn S901 etarx These thlee offlcels xx lth the as slstance of Mr Lubold and the faculty advlsols made the attempt to con tlnue the good Work started bw the Senate last yeal The f1ClIll3W 3.ClV1S01Q f01 the semester wele Mr Malch Mlss Hol nel Mr Hlll and Mlss Jeffells After these offlcers VS616 chosen one of the Senate s fl1St measules was the constructlon of a deflnlte plan fol the home loom actlvltv p9l1OdS Q61 taln unpleasant condltlons pl evalllng ln studv looms were lemoved The vallous home rooms were encouraged ln thelr effolts tovwald puttlncf on chapel proglams and as a result the assemblles have been dellvhtfullx en tertalned Flrst ln lmportance among the accomphshments of the Senate was the XGIV notlceable change from the antagonlstlc class Splllt to the V91 v wholesome and helpful school splllt lNo othel change could posslblx bllng about as much lmplovement ln the school as thls one has However two maln accompllshments stand out the olganlvatlon of the dlamatlc and the debatlng clubs The adx ent of these clubs lIlt0 the hlgh school curllculum was one of the most lmpol tant happenlnfrs of the 5eal- The Unlontoxln Hlgh School had long needed such 01 fanlvatlons Vw Y Y L N - - L K , . 3 , ' . , . . . . . . 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G . ,. 2, ,ggi , V H N "Ja ,A Q- ,N I :,.,, -,J!:.l 9,5303 ,.-'Y--' , Qs,-7, 7-, - 45, N :Q-":,,'. ,.- - .1 ,- f.- - ,,.J'.-., . ,,. . ,, , 88 STUDFNT SFN ATF II I'he members of the Senate of the second semestel ue lwanccs NlcFadden Jean Maclntosh James Newcomer Nlan E N1cCo1m1ck -hlex Slca Pebok Pevg Pllex Lltman Austln Baltz Vlllllam Palanskx Lauman Nlartln Calvln XX oodward Marv LOUISE Jones Robert Show Grace Lauff head Charles Ashclaft ltlchald Carney Natahe Hankms John Conwax I 1Iex Nlantm Sam Flennlken Leshe Vhlson Thomas Huston Vllglllll NIC U19 fol Jean bcnnett Aldo NIa171ale Hafran Gates O1v1lIe Shoaf and lack ltoblnson The fn st buslness of the Senate w as to elect the offlcers so the fnst meetlnfr was a xerx enthuslastlc one The Off1C81S elected were P1 esldent -Xmlex Slca VICE Presldent Austm baltz Secletarw Frances NIcFadden I flcultx Adxlsors Mlss Marx IN rlght Nllss JuI1a I rooke and NI1 Dan lxo xal The1e w as a great xauetx of sulnects questlons and problems chs cussed duunff the telm Some of them were leorffanxzatlon of the -X I Llub Ol2'3I1l73.tI0f1 of a Cul s Club attendance scholarshlp honor sw stem school Splllt o1gan17at1on of an AthlQt1C Assoclfltmn tardlness and aw alds f JI the P1t1oI Squad In all the Senate had '1 xelx successful xear The CIISLUSSIOIIS 1n the Sen ite the loom profflams and the general SQIXICQS of the lepxesentatlves 1n then home rooms served to make the Senate thc most IIYlD0lt3Ilt Olg3.TllZdtlOI1 IH the Hlgh School vw 2511 -mc ' Q.-wife X 'gzn x ..--' 4 -F U 4 89 L I J A J r v W K 0 Z I Z X 'I lk' I , , , W , ' . 1 . . 4 1 1 1 4 . 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" -.-f " ' :B f'.'4 ' "' "., "1-:.,- " "'-4f1r..:,-4. .-.-ff wJ ...L --,.F.:t.. ..-- - ,N ,-': . ,MQ , . -. , X N 5 -Q1 ,- '-,g!,.-I' .y .. nl " . .,.'.xf .-',' ' . -'V .U CHN 1 -' ' ' J ,' f ' .pJ-.- 's .:'5'u U 1 if I- A 'io Aw r 2 i THEY STAFF The oldest student organization in the school, at most times the busiest group of students that can be found within the walls of Uniontown High, and the organization about which less is known by the student body as a whole than is known about any other in the school-these are the three superlatives which can be said of the Maroon and White Staff, an organiza- tion of seventeen students who not only have published this, the first year book ever presented to the stud- ents of this school, but also have given a great deal of effort toward preparing for publication thirty-three issues of the Maroon and White week lx a newspaper devoted to the inter ests of the student body The Maroon and White Staff was first organized in 1916 with Mar aret Cax as editor For a decade thereafter a magazine of a semi lit crarx nature was published under excellent leadership and very well re cerved and supported it thrived and rew until it was Judged one of the best in the country This veal however with the con trnuallv advancing interest of the students rn the Maroon and White it was decided to publish a weekly news paper and an annual at the close of the term which would be an 1llustr'1 ted resume of the school year Quite a task faced the staff Selec ted and organized to publish the old magazine its members found it quite difficult to learn all that must be learned to write for a newspaper The old literarv style had to be cast aside for the brief and crisp manner of writing required rn modern news writing The editors had to learn w hat constituted news and after the I :Q news was found, how to evaluate and proportion it. They had to learn how' to write headlines, how to reckon with all sorts of difficulties that arise in newspaper work with which the mag- azine journalist is never bothered, and, greatest of all, they had to learn how to do a great amount of work in a very little time. To say much of the Maroon and White Staff's triumphs would be to brag, to mention its mistakes would be of no use. But there were several things accomplished which should not go unmentioned. The staff published thirty-three papers, each of which ap- peared with its columns filled with clean readable material every Tues day afternoon The staff gave the students of the school not only all the important happenings within the building and on the athletic field but by special arrangement presented rm portant school happenings from all over the countrv and ave them as soon as thex were given in any news paper The staff gave interesting articles of great educational value written by persons well acquainted with their subrects Nlost important of all the staff gave the parents a means for the first time in the his tory of the school of knowln wh rt Qoes on in the institution in which they are so vrtallx interested The present staff hopes that the work that has been started will be carried on thev feel that it cannot stop with the consent of the students They retire feeling that thev have done their share Thev wish the suc ceedrng staffs all the success possible and hope that the paper rn vears to congle max be one of the best in the an VY: .-nun!! 17:1-ii lWNKlmiR'HrM-f Q, -2.-Wfiff 91 , - . v v v v ' - ,' . 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SFNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB Althouf h tht SGHIOI Jumor Dramatlc Club IS a Voung organlzatlon t 11 lS lCL0lTlDllillQd unbellevable thmgs s1nce Februarv 15 when Arthul I 1411111111 was elected 111es1dent Adelalde TltlOW VICE presldent Dorothy 6 1 1h 1m stc1et11x md Calvln VK oodvs ard treasurer Xl lun the club ua fnst 0l0'2HlZed those vsho were mterested ln d1a Ill ltlL xxo1l1 vue asked to 1o1n 'md smce the number was so large lt was mtess ll x to d1x1de the l"1lQl'I1b9l9 mto two groups The Senlors and part of the Jumm s composed one group undel the supervlslon of MISS Horner The l'IltIllbLlS of thlg club ue Anna L Carloll Letltla Clark Buell Whltehlll Stmlex Xl C188 Alfred Jones Walte1 HUlSt Edward Slttler Arthur Brown mg J mms Mclxmvht Puth hlCC0lI'!11Ck Adelalde Tltlow Julla D1ehl Edna lllllm X ll lllll HOIHQI F1ances McFadden Frances Gamer Sarah Currx fehm 111 Nlosesson holla Varndell Gladxs D1lS, Esther WGIDSWIQ Isabel km h S 11 Ill laum McClu1e Berrx Calvm VX oodward Dorothy Graham Ahc-L l af ml Mlex SICA Challotte Kobacker Soph1a Fingerette Mary C I1 llllbilllll l ettx Schenk Flla Margalet Holland and Marv Ellzabeth Mc QOllN1Cl Nlettm s vue held about once evely tvso weeks at wh1ch t1me busl 111 ss xx lk tn msactecl d1am'1s H619 d1scussed and studled and at two of the mtctm sl1o1t pl ns 11 ue p1esented hx d1ffe1ent members of the club Xixv 'Q -13 I,--fa J l vr""f ! 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N -, ' '-1 --,, - , - ,,. .A.,Y -4 A-I THF JUNIOR SOPHOMORF DRAM ATI! 1 Lllli At the beglnmnff of the second semestel the h1 h school students woke up and declded to respond to the call to alms ft request of N11 March that all students mclmed to dxamatlcs should meet m l oom , lftbl school The nesult of th1s fnst meetxng was that not onlx one Dl'1YIlltlL Club but two were folmed The Senlors and part of the JLIHIOIS V619 to COIHpl'1S8 the club undel Mlss Homer s supe1v1s1on the remfundel ot the Jumors and the Sophomores under BLISS Kmgs The Jun1o1 SODll0ITl0lQ Club elected the followlng offxcels lNI3.I'J0116 LaCla11 presldent P1 mess BTOWDlDg V1C8 presldent, Ethel Bladley secretalw Jack Cr ltt tle msulex It was declded to hold meetlnofs every other F1 1d3W aftel school lhe put pose of the club IS for mstructlon 1n the a1t of dlamatxc exp1 GSSIOH Varlous programs under the excellent superv1s1on of Nllss lump have been m every wav a success especlallx the comedles One tomedx was presented ln Sophomore chapel to the gl eat dellvht of the Sophomone A l1ttle nonsense now and then lS lellshed bx the best of men Tn? x, X mmm ,,.' t-Q X ,L I A' 93 1 1 1 A 'n 1 A , . 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'li llglf-AQ1,g'. ,.-"H -"3" 2.1.- , . . . , . - ,gy K DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY Come Out of the Krtchen a comedy rn three acts wrltten by A I Fhomas was the feature of the Junror Senror Dramatrc Club s work thrs year Such a play has not been presented rn the Unrontown Hrgh School for frve years The play was grven on May 20 The cast of characters was chosen entrrely from the members of the Club and those who saw the play agree that they were well sulted to thelr parts Julla Dlehl took the part of Ol1v1a Dangerfreld Alrce Rafael was Elrzabeth Dangerfreld the character of Mrs Falkner was represented by Adelarde Trtlow Dorothy Graham was Cora Falkner Edna Hrllrng took the part of Amanda Buell Whrtehrll was Burton Crane Walter Hurst Thomas Lefferts Zehman Mosesson Solon Tucker Alfred Jones Paul Dangerfreld Stanlev Werss Charles Danfferfreld and Edward blttler Pan dolph Weeks One of the features of the presentatron was that all the members xx ho had no part rn the play d1d somethrng towards maklng the entertarn ment a success by vsorkrnff on commlttees The chalrman of the Busrness Commrttee was Ella Margaret Holland propertres Letrtra Clark publrcrty Anna B Carroll stage Arley Srca ushers Isabel Kough 773 fb - n:""""'1'-Z-'L tx X, A ..,,,,mWr 94 l l x al 1 ' U ' I' . 41 , . 1. , Y I . . . , . r . r . 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U :Q-lqgxv ,- - J I - - - - ,,y,., ---.--p THE DEBATING CLUB In the COUIQG of the past X631 an Ol0'ElI1l7dtlOI1 known as the Dcbat 1nf Club whose need has lonfr been felt amonv much undeveloped talent came 1nto belnv headed by Althul blownlng Presldent Wllllam Puan elm Vlce Presldent and Ella M Holland Qecletalx 'lreasurel At the vallous meetmgs 1mpo1 tant toplcs w e1e dlscussed and algued flom all angles the most lmportant belng Should we Ol should we not have a Depa1tment of Educatlon headed bx a Secretaxw of Fducatlon to be appolnted bw the Presldent the questlon chosen for the Intel H10'h School debates Slnce Un1ontown H1gh School was enteung th1s contest fol the tlrst t1me an ellmlnatlon contest was staged The flnal selectlon flom the group of applxcants lesulted IH an af fnmatlxe team composed of Plla Malgalet Holland and A1thu1 LION nlng toffether wlth thlee alternates Chrlstme Lucas lsthel Bulnworth and Nlarffalet Luman and a negatne team Wlth Wllllam Palansln and Llu man Nlartln and then asslstants F1 ances NlcFadden I olla Valndell and Sam Felgus Membels of the facultx seued as coaches Dan P IXOVHI fo1 the negatlve team w h1le J G Nlalch and Phlllp Hxll advlsed the affnmatlwe 5-'W NT"I3 -f-lf Hr'-,max-I1 Nx wi """" n X .45 W 95 1 .L 5 Iv . .H A. 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A..----5 . ,Tl--3-." fi I' .31-1.1.1. w" - D , "' - " ,-,r-.-.,,-5 . .,. . , . - THE ALPHA HI Y CLUB At about the end of the flrst half of the school year the Umontown H1 Y Club found It necessary to d1v1de 1tself 1nto two parts 1n Older to ac commodate a greatel membershlp and render better SGTVICC SIX men we1e taken from the old club to start the new one Afte1 a t1me the two clubs voted to use the names Alpha and Beta to des10'nate the o11g1nal and new clubs respectlvely The faculty advlsor for the flrst part of the yeal was M1 Dan P Kovar but when the new club was folmed he devoted l11s ent11e servlces to 1t and M1 J G March was called to lead the Blble Study 1n the Alpha Chapte1 These two deserve a great deal of C1 edlt 1n helplng to make the Unlontown H1 Y Clubs the success they W616 th1S Veal The Club met every Tuesday evenlng at the Y Aftel the Bet1 Club was O10'3I'l1Z6d bus1ness and Blble Study W618 taken up separately and then the speaker of the evenlng a local bus1ness man or cle1Uyman ad dressed the two clubs 1n the Beta club room One of the Clubs accomnllshments thls year was the pubhcatlon of the f1rst Fxeshman Blble 1n the U H S Thls llttle booklet was 0'1VGI1 to the Freshman Class and sold to the thlee upper classes f01 the small sum of f1V6 cents Much of the cred1t for ltS success goes to Mr Kova1 who acted as Ed1tO1 ln Chlef and to Art B1own1ng the BUSIHGSS Manafrer An othe1 event of the gear was the very successful Alumm D1nne1 Offlcers of thxs year s club we1e Ed Slttler Pres1dent Alley S1ca Vlce P1es1dent Lauman Maltln Sec1etary and Sam Flenmken Treasurel vw ERD g,-,,,,.-f-it 'grzx ml .Q V a W :ian 9 l 1 v D ' o I . 7 1 , I L 7 ' W as H , I p C C I v . . , O - , . . . . . 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Q len- .-1- - M , - - A .H+ - -4- -+4 BETA HI Y The Beta Chapte1 of thls upbulldlng h1gh school organ1zat1on 1s an outgrowth of the ougmal H1 Y Club of Umontown It was not unt1l 1921 that Mr Qandow the Y M C A secretary of Un1ontown ca1r1ed out h1s long cherlshed plan of expans1on Several members of the or10f1nal club were chosen to put the new club on 1ts feet Throughout the school term Beta H1 Y has been act1vely engaged IH the welfare of the school The 1eg ular weekly meetmgs of th1s organ1zat1on have served to bulld up mole than ever the morals and l1fe of the school It IS hoped and expected that Beta H1 Y Wlll contmue to carry on ltS act1ve program and w1l1 prove a worthy successor to 1ts forerunner Unde1 Mr E F Sandow s excellent guldance and mterest the club cannot fa1l to come through wh1le the excellent help and d1scuss1on lead1ng carrled on by Mr Dan Kovar the club faculty ad v1sor are s1ncerely and gratefully appreclated The offlcers of Beta Chapter of H1 Y dur1ng the 1925 26 terms a1e to be compllmented upon the banner year wh1ch has Just drawn to a close they are Mr Dan Kovar Faculty Advlsor Arthur Brownmg Presldent XxVr1ll1am Stone Vlce Pres1dent AUSt1H Baltz Secretary Buell Whltehlll easurer l 773 T' uv-" 'lt , I, -"WHY J 97 1 . . . . . . .N c, . - . 5 . rg , . . . . 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THE HI TEMPLE CLUB Phe H1 Temple club was orgamzed two years ago under ausp1ces ot Temple Cente1 Club and under the leade1sh1p of Rabb1 Har1y J Stern fo1 the DUIDOSG of fosteung the co ord1nate sp111t of Juda1sm and Ameucan 1sm and to benef1t each member mentally physlcally and morally The p11ma1y purpose of th1S club was to organlze all J6W1Sh youths of h10h school age 1n thlS commun1ty and 1ts envlronments The meetlnffs of th1s club are held once evel y two weeks and are de voted entuely to the study of Hebra1c cultu1e cur1ent tOp1CS and d1scus s1ons whlch st1engthen and enr1ch the mlnds of all 1tS membe1s The club has 1tS own athletlc beams and also has several soc1al events tluoughout the season It IS a boon to all Jew1sh youths of H1 school a e and It 1S hoped that It w1ll be a permanent 1nst1tut1on 1n U H S Members of th1S club a1e JGW1Sh lads of H1 school age f1om U H b and nea1by hlgh schools They number about th1rty makmg lt one of the 1a1 dest clubs of U H S The 0ff1C91S of th1S club a1e P1es1dent Wllllam Paransky S6016 tary I1v1ng Axehad T1easu1e1 Sanfold Molans MN? 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U iii' ' - X' ' 1 ' 'K ' "J"' ' WT 'G'- . .,. - ., , COMMERCIAL CLUB lhe objects of the Commerclal Club ale to plomote mterests IH the buslness wo1ld to encoulage a soclal Splflt among Commerclal students by offeung opportunltles fo1 socxal contact to become convelsant mth modeln buslness methods and sy stems and to dlscover and se1ve the needs of the communlty B8S1dES the legular buslness meetlngs there were two speclal meetlnffs at whlch tlme the Commerclal students were addressed on Banklng by M1 Humbert from the C1t1zens Tltle and Trust Company and Coult Repoltmg by Mr Chamberlxn, who IS court leportel of the F ay ette County Courts Very lnterestlng programs were glven 1n connec t1on mth these talks They lncluded muslcal numbers readlngs, essays talks by membels of the club Phe offlcers fox the fust semester we1e as follows Plesxdent Arley S103 V106 P1 esldent Jean Whlte Secletary, Vlfglnla Hornel Treas u1e1 XX 1ll1am Ludwlg Selgeant at Arms Wllham Wandell and Reportel Agnes Lleb Second semestel offlcers are Presldent W1ll1a1m Ludwlg V1ce Presldent John Nabors Secletary, Annabel Walls Treasurer, Mary Wodalsky Sergeant at Arms Mae Rankln and Reporter Jean Bennett The Sponsors fo1 both semestexs were Mlss Smlth Mlss Johnson and M1 Ross I 'FAQ lg XS J' V , , . . 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X ,X .ist xy-in fig. 3 1 ,""::' .fig 131' o 1 5. -J -fglfpv A, --:.:::!,,-,,,ff231.1.:i'Z , I ' -V-,AH 1-2. -- N I ?.:'.- ' iggx :gl .':',g'Y 111 .- 'f - 31 I -""7' ' - 7- Jw- ' , -4 -L-L . .,. . , ,-, - - 441' 4 1-:dn 99 LE CERCLE FRANCAIS After pondermg a long tlme as to Just how she mlght further the French languaffe as a conversatlonal course for her students MISS Wrlght ln 1924 S61Zed upon the plan of Le Cercle Francals a French club 1n wh1ch French would be the Offlclal language The Club was f1rst organlzed ln 1924 and was composed of about seventy f1V6 members These membels were the thlrd year French puplls all Senlors and any second yeal French student who made A s and B s ln the French course Dur1ng the fxrst years eX1stence of the Club two plays we1e suc cessfully presented under the d1rect1on of MISS Wrlght Thls term the Club was organlzed very early and thus had a chance to have some veu lnterestlng meetlngs A few short meetlngs were held at Wh1Ch only bus1 ness was dlscussed and durmg wh1ch t1me everyone spoke French but at the more lengthy meetmgs a buslness sesslon was held flrst durmfr wh1ch all the members sang both the French and Engllsh natlonal anthems The offlcers took charge of the bus1ness meetmgs after wh1ch the remamder of the program was turned over to some one of the classes The flrst play glven th1s year was Les Deux Sourds presented by a second year class and charactenzed by Ruth McCorm1ck Buell Wh1teh1ll Stanley Welss and Zehman Mosesson The students w1ll never forget the1r mstructor Mlss Wrlght whose unt1r1ng efforts 1n dlrectmg the plays rendered Le Cercle a huge success vw W!"D- ffm If ,r""'1 An 2:-Ib 100 - u 5 u , q 1 , 3 . 2 r ' 9 ! ! 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'-fl,4:!-A-Mu.: -.xii-,1-J fQ- .. :sr-.N-ff -- " - M , - fe A .H+-.- LA POUDRE AUX YEUX La Poudle aux Yeux la DIQCQ qu1 etaxt presentee pal la classe de nancfus de lannee t1o1s1eme, etaxt la me1lleure depuls 1o1gan1zat1on du Cercle Xlallngeal le docteul, avec sa femme auange un mauave pou1 leul f1lle I mmellne et F1 ede11c un Jeune avocat, qu1 passe toutes les apresmldls chez les llI3l11'l0'931 Madame Malmgear tlouve tout les moyens posslbles pour rendre une 1mp1ess1on de grande rlchesse, 101 sque les Ratlnols leu1 font V1SltC pour la 1Jl6lll19I'Q f01b lun comme un malade et lautle en gulse d une locatalre Arthul B1 ow mng Joua le lole du docteur Mal1ngea1 et charma laud1to11e Flla Mawalet Holland, sa femme 1oua le role palfaltement Isabel Kouofh et Jelome Axell ad Jetel ent la poudle avec succes pendant que NX llll'1I'Y1 Rosemk etalt le p1 etendant parfaxt d Emmellne ou Belnardlne Lan d1S Wllllam Palanskx Joua le lole de loncle Robelt bou1geo1s, ma1s avec un bon coeul Sophle la CUISIHIQFG, Allce Rafael, and Challes Mlller f11ent les Domestloues dloles Dautles domestlques etalent Elvua Newcomer Rose Rodney Challes Bortz et Patsy Rogers VN .1 s . 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Af, , , 4 , . 4- - ,, , fs.. 2- a, , .fm...,-, " .F-,yf"f,j 1 - 'i .. . . .O ,wwf v - -I , ' - ' .,-J-.- , 'L ---.H :L -'-:Hb 101 THE ORCHESTRA Umontown Hlgh School can well be proud of 1ts school o1chestra thlS 5 ear It was a blg O1Ch9St13. but bettex than that It ww as a good one And t vsas falthful wolk on the part of the d1recto1 and the membels that made It good The flrst lehealsal was called ln September and from that t1me on not a week passed wlthout at least one practlce meetln It u asn t long afte1 that flrst rehearsal unt1l chapel assembhes be an to hea1 some 1eal muslc Latel 1n the year the orchestra began to appeal as chapel entel talners and 1n Aprll they played an 1mportant part 1n maklnof the Ope1etta a success The orchestra members were Dlrector M1 F W1ll1am Froehl1ch ou1 muslc supervlsor Accompamsts Lyman Gandee Puth WllklHSOH V1ol1ns Arthur Mlller Marlln Helmlck Ralph McDowell Jesse Cohen D3V1d Leppee John Crow Charles Brown Herman Buck Claude Frank housel Sanford Molans V1Ct0F Emanuel Maur1ce Jesel Hemx F1cks Ruth Jean Hewltt Frances Crossland Wella Easley I o1s Conn Flank Shenkmen Edward Palladlno Leslle F1 ankel Joe Bylne Claunet Haux Prooks Trumpets Frank Mlller Leslxe Wllson J D Spungel JI J P Love Charles Ruttel JI Ned Crayton R1chard Fo1n1l Qolon Qtone Saxo phone Clark Work Harold Bortz Amadee Balsleg John Hax es Mello phone Cameleo Ronco Trombone Clark McCombs F1 ed Rupe1t D1 ums Charles Francis Charles Bortz vw YD' IT.---r1"'Z'l N X nt 4-w""' I "Hwy 102 7 . 1 1 v Y ' 7 C . , , , . 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MUSIC CLUBS If the Umontown Hlgh School can be proud of 1ts Hlgh School orchestra It can be Just as proud of 1ts muslc clubs Thxs vear there were four of them the LIIXQCI Chorus the Glrls Glee Club the Boys Glee Club and the Boys Octet Of these the membersh1p was M1X9d Chorus slxtv flV6 members G1rls Glee Club-forty membels Boys Glee Club-e1ghteen members Everv member was selected by Mr Froehllch from the l1st of the best players 1n the school The result of the club electlons we1e BllX9d Chorus Presldent McClure Berry Secretary Ruth Wllkmson Llbrauan Howard Rhodes GIFIS Glee Club-Presldent V1Tg'1H13. Leckex Vlce Presldent Natalle Hankms Secretary Mlldred Renneger Treasuler Man Chamberlm Weeklv rehearsals bevan lmmedlately and contmued through the yeal All of these clubs appeared ln chapel a number of tlmes and ln Aprll manv of the members were selected bv Mr Froehllch to take part ln the Opel etta elther as UYIIICIDHIS or m cholus work Besldes merelv ap pearmg IH chapel the Mlxed Chorus the Glrls Glee Club and the Boys Glee Club p1 esented together the speclal Chmstmas chapel program the cantata Chllde Jesus M1 Froehllch acted as supervlsor and dlrector to all the clubs and the accompamsts were MlX6d Chorus Malv Chambellm Box s Glee Club Vlfglhla Lmcoln Glrls Glee Club-Mary Chamberlm I T,-DN' YA? I? Sqn "UFS 1...---1'-1"'-rl x . . . . . . . . . ' 1 , ' ' 7 9 3 ' . ' . . ' .1 . ' .. . , 1 , . .1 1 V . ' 1 I . . . . . . . '. J v 2 9 1 - . . , . . . . 7' . - J 1 . 1 . . . . 1 7 7 7 y . ' . 1: A I ' . . . . ' . s - . t ' ' ' ' ' 1 9 J ' A , I 1 r n ' yy i . . . . . . . . . . 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N-T.,-7.2.-v , .I za.,-f'.:,sz: vu' Y -U X' ,I y ,h .Qt - . , v if . 4" Sm R'5yf',, 'up H1115 fax-iv K9 MQJVD Wevweyy THE OPERETTA "The Belle of Barcelona" by Charles Poss Chaney was presented on Fridax and Saturday April 9th and 10th under the d1rect1on ot M1 F Vlllham Ploellch Supe1v1so1 of Nluslc 'lSSlSt9d bx M1 Dan I l'XOX31 of the H1 h School lracultx and M1 J A Lubold An BDDIGCIHLIVQ 1ud1 ence on both n1g,hts p1 onounced It one of the best the H10h School has QVQI poduced Those who took palt ale LUIS de Montero a wealthy plan tatlon ovs ne1 A1thur I rownmg Glorla de Montero h1s vufe an aus tocrat Mau Katherlne Gebha1d Nlar arlta an accomphshed dau h er Vllglnla Ieckey N1e1cedes hex s1ste1 01a Lee Newb1ou h F1 anclsco de la Vefra Chlef Inspec tal at the Custom House vxho clalms to be a nobleman Pobelt BICBUIHPV Pedro mana er of de lNIOIlt9l0S plantatlon Howard A Phodes Lm1l1o a toreado1 su1to1 of Mer cedes Ha an Gates Don Juan Pllex Ma1t1n Student fr1ends of BIYlll1O Don Jose McClu1e Be1 ry Dona l.hl2l1C9l3 Frances McFadden F1 lends of Ma1ga11ta Dona Anlta Xanssa Xl adsw o1th Carmena a dancer Julla Dlehl Martha Matllda Ayels an Engllsh Uoverness Adelalde Tltlovs Lleutenant Ha1old W11ght Custom Inspector f1om the U S Patrlck fPatD Malone Companxon of Hal W1lbu1 LICPUFIIGX Captam Colton of the c1u1se1 Hon tana Challes B01tZ Members of Cholus U S Maunes Spamsh Students LOIS Campbell Illen Clossland Natalle Hanklns Ve1na kllltl Illa Ma1ga1et Holland M Ill F 1 a n c e s Hutchlnson Lou1seMa1t1n Josephlne Paulo, Mildred Henninger, Alia Barre. Nlary Chamberlin Cha1lotte Marstel- le' Nathlxn Molans Kathlyn Mcln tue beatnce Oppelman Puth Wll kmson Iarl Glover Pebak Pegg Cedrlc l It nour Xl lllldm Posemlx Sam S11 J D Spr1nge1 JI H6lSCh9l lovslen F1anc1s Brownlng' A1thu1 luame Ha1old L1n1nge1 J Vt Mc Km l t Pastv Powers Polla Va1ndell Orchestra An orchestra selected f1om the 1 ula1 H1gh School orchestra a sls ted The followlng are the members of the school olchestra Vl'JllHS A1thu1 M1lle1 ludlllll Helmlc Palph McDowell Claude F1ankhouse1 Ruth J Hewltt Wllla Faslex Sanford Molans Herman luck Charles Blown LIHLIIICQ JQSSQI Hemx F1CkS V1Ct01 Emanuel Cello Arthul M1ller C'la11net Halry Blooks C Melody Saxophones Clallx Wo1k Haux Johnson F Flat Saxophones John Hayes DaVld Leppe Mellophone Comello Ronco Tlumpets Frank Mlllel Leslle VK 1lson J P Love Chas Rutter J D Sprlnofer Jr Solon Stone T1 ombone-Clark McCombs D1ums Charles Bortz Cha1les Francls Plano Accompamst Lyman Gan dee Puth W1lk1HSOD Allce Rafael Flectuc an lVI1Cl136l Flfflk Busmess Manaffer C Warren Brown Scenerx etc planned bx the Musl cal DlY6CtO and made by the Manual T1a1n1n Depa1tment under the su perv1s1on of G B VS hxtmoxer Gnls cmstumes made under the SUDQIVISIOD of Mlss Malgaret Rlt enou1 i 1 L.. -...f 105 W ' L , A , ' . 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THE OLD GUARD Iwenty -one teachers in our Senior and Junior High Schools were former pupils of foui teachers now of Senior High. Nliss Mattie VK right Miss Clara Qmith Miss Hannah Jefferis and Nliss J. Alice Horner look upon with the greatest interest the woi k of these disciples and appreciate the successful effort of those xx ho have been sharers in their Work foi some time and promise Good thinfrs of those just beginning. The teachers who studied undei The Old Quaid are' Nlaryiret Ritenoui Puth Johnson Julia brooke Lillian Zearley Nelle brey Patiicia Locke Mary Snider Claudia Stumpf Worth- inffton Luena Maize Helen King Orpha Becktel Gertrude Lyons King Frances Hey ser Ruth Hayden Frances Beeson Isabel Kee- ner 'ind lohn Carr Duff. 5.1.0, ' , i 1 l - Ti. . I-. :wk ,J f t N 41 ,V , --.. , LE.:- 106 'lnmwa . f my " 'N l , ,I L V' V I Y 1 K' 1 N 1 ' , K , i .. , A V . D b , 44 r1 , n 1 . la' 'r V 1 W' y rv 7 . v 7 ! 9 1? Y ' . 7 7 ' 3 . ! Alice Christy, Hannah Lyons, Helen Miller, Sara Chisholm, Nancy 7 1 V Y ! 9 q K I ,, 353' ms: 5.9 1 ? ' W , . 1 R 411 X U, 7- . Q , :X 'Pe - -1,7 -5. , . 1 ' 1 i Q, - 1 ... 4. -5 h,..1' S Q, , ' 'nw ' ,, I ' " X-:T " 'v-X '3v,sf -1-- 1 M -"""' 'FJ 1 0 A 'D .Aww ORATORY CONTEST Of no small interest among the contests of the 1925-26 term was that of oratory. In fact the contestants surprised even themselves with the ability displayed in the respective eliminations. And as custom de- mands the old U. H. S. brought back her share in the honors, which was made possible by the courage and natural talent of Esther Weinsweig, who was a Senior belonging to the Class of '26. The first in this series of contests was one held in the high school to determine, by the process of elimination, the representative who should enter the field for Uniontown. Those participating were Virginia Lincoln, Samuel Feigus, Clarence Lee and Esther Weinsweiqg and although it was rather difficult to render a decision the iudges finally gave Esther the honor with Sam Fergus second to serve in case of absence Of couisc that didnt say that the other orations were not wo1 th while for even had then subject matter not been as fine as it was the experience of itself was of great value The next contest held at the High School was the County Contest to choose the contestant for Fayette Countv As the result of this Fsthei came out with colors flying eliminating such hi h schools as those of Brownsville Georges Township and Point Marion all striving to lead the county The third combat was for that of the district leadership held at XR ashington Pa and lncluded Washington Green Westmoreland and Fax ette Counties Each vw as sincerely competing for the pr ivllege of represent ing the district in the contest to be held at Pittsburgh to choose the oratoi for the state and Fsther was forced to take second place to the Washington county orator who was awarded first honors Our winner s subject was John lVIa1shall and the Constitution and the many opportunities this topic offers together with Esther s virtues seem to have won her honors Too her stage presence poise and self con frdence proved to be of great importance nor was that all for her distinct ness of utterance and assumed mastery over her audience proved to be most effective Her review of the achievements and influnce of John Marshall xx as very clear and her eulogy to him was not overdone but stood out as a real tribute to a U1 eat and good man I 'TAQ Q W' -nf""' JA X nl X A-54qS"' 'ug,wuv 107 . . v . - v' ' ' 1. , L c , L . - . 4 ' ' v ' 1 . ' ' .. 1 1 s .N . . . . Y , . . i N Y ' Y 7 W n ' x A ' ' l ' , g .. . a 1 . r , . . . Y r -y s r . Y . . '. . I - J , 4. . v v I Y . . v. , . . . . . , . 1 o 0 1 1, , ,r , . 5 s Y ' . - - - s r . . . . an v T ' ' Y . w 0 5 1 .I 1 7 v lc u f . . 1 . - xr -' - , C . 1 ' pnrow 5-Ng . ' 1 's 1. " - 5- png. I A h .- 'Fr li 5-I-Q 'Q .. ,. , O , ' A 41' . f :,4r--- . , H I- ,,:. . . ' Q ' gg ,f - , - 4.3. ---' - , A, 't , Y-Q '.l',,.,'- pp ' , 1 , . , -P . r K . X 5 - .... , .- .. If-1 sf---e.. -. , . 'yu--.'s,,, 1 5 M. . - ,., I- ,A X Q 5 , qv.- - Y Y- - , X -4315 ..- , - - 7-.'.-:111,3f,f-:ffm,ft ..- 4'- 4'-.-x.:'T,-.fi 45, . g3'5Q1,,, -'V 1 .1 l - - ' - .,fJ'f-. ---...,, fs '11 f ff- , . . 2 1 1 Q biiywlw Em 5-,H CALENDAR flallllll tl1e files of the Maroon and White Weeklyl lI0Hd21YY Al1Il'llS'f 31- Wednesday, October 14- All students iejoice, for today school starts! u xturday, September 26W U. ll. S. battles Fairchance to a tie in the ope11ing game of the football season. 1 londay, September 28- Comniercial Club l1olds first meet- ing. l1lil'iV Octm bei Z lllgh Stl o ml Students xisit neu home of Cll1l76llb litle and liust Co 111 anx Q ituidax Octobei Uniontovs ll defeats hedstone 21 Mondav Octobei 5 'Qtudent Senate icoiganiles Sit tlei IS elected President Tuesdax Octobei 6 T h e MAhOON AND VS HITF makes 1ts debut as a weeklx H X piesents Handbook to Fresh men H1 Y holds f11St meeting of 1 e ll F1 iday October 9 Senioi Class elects officeis Bill Stone Piesident ld Qittlei Vice Pies Chailes Hxatt Treasurei Alice Rafael Secietaix and Joe Hacknex Qeigeant at A1 ms Qatul dax Octobei 10 Football team sustains its fl1St de feat at the hands of Younffvvood The scoic Younffxi ood 7 Un Professor Cravvford of the Tuske- gee Institute addresses chapel on "Keeping Close to God." tlztturday, October 17-Uniontown beats Scottdale in thrilling tussleg 6-0. Wednesday, October 21- Le Cercle Francais organized. Students attend performance of New York Symphony Orchestra it State l11da1 Octobei Z3 High School students eniox Zei be Coin Collection exhibited at Citizens Title and T1 ust Co It vias 111 educational tleat Fiiday October 30 New Patrol Squad inaugui ated Satuidav October 31 Washington tiiumphs ovei U H Q 6 0 A luckx bleak biought the V1CtO1X SQIIIOI Masqueiade held Best in xeais verdict of all pres en Tuesdax Novembei 3 F11 st Facultx Dmnei held XX ednesdax November 4 Orthophonic Victoila demonstla ted in Chapel tl1lOl1g'l1 courtesv of the Fiedeiick Plano Co Thui sdax November 5 Room 2 piesents delightful chapel piogi am batuidax Novembei 7 U H S wallops South Biouns iontoxnn 0 ville to the tune of 37 0 H W "W" N X R Q A 1 . w wwvr U r 108 I x I I ' A sq 1 C - 7 ' c x 1. . ., , . . 7' . ' l I 1 ' 1' 7 I ' 1 1 ' L l - ' Y -- Ye 1 4 . . Y . J . ' R . 9 ' si ' . '- . . . -J ' - ' , '. Y -1- Y , ' . ' ' ' Y ,. . 1 Y , - 2 ' 1 i 7 1. 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Fra .N iq 16: ff -A In Y N v, K K A, G . fagni? ,I 5 1' " ' K - e of 4 A 'D einem rd.. J Af Thursday, November 12- Tuesday, December 8- Mr. Ross operated on for appendi- citis. Friday, November 13- McClure Berry w i n s Lyceum Ticket Selling Contest with 64 sales. Charles Cox and Co. give first Lyceum Program. Saturday, November 14- U. H. S. conquers Donorag 7-3. Tuesday, November 17- "The Climax", a musical comedy presented to a full house. Was second number of Lyceum Course. Friday, November' 20- Annual Father' and Son Banquet of Hi-Y Club held Saturday November 21 U H S and Cokers battle to scoreless tie luesdav November 24 H1 Y holds its first education ser vice of the year Wednesday November 25 Poom 1 gives Chapel Program featured by Joe Hacknev s speech on the History of Thanksgiving Thursday November 26 Oh' glorious Thanksgiving vaca tion' Friday November 27 More of the above Thursday December 3 Arcadia Novelty Co headed bv Dorothv Dyer pleases large audr ence with a variety of beautiful music Fr rday December 4 H1 Y men headed by Srttler at tend Boys Conference at Beaver Falls T he MAROON AND WHITE Staff enjoys a brief but pleasant vacation. The paper of this date is put on the press by the stu- dents of Miss Horner's first period English Class. Freshman debate on prohibition-they ought to know. Thursday, December 10- All hail the Junior Thespians. The Merchant of Venice is pre- senaed in chapel. Buell Whitehill, "Alf" Jones, George Daum, and Vaughn Bailey star. Friday, December 11- Junior Shakespearean actors r'e- peat the above performance. Na- thlyn Molans wins Chr'istmas Seal Contest Splendid party held by Commercial Club Nlondav December 14 J Smith Damron moulder of pot tery and character provides an educatronrl number of lyceum Course Tuesday December 15 High School basketballers beorn practice Thursday December 17 Hr Froelrch and musicians pre sent Christmas Cantata rn chapel Mr Mosrer s Problems Classes vrsrt County Home Friday December 18 Christmas Vacation begins foo bad rt comes only once a year Ma roon and White Ca ers defeat Y team 36 25 Hagan and Hyatt star Satur day Januar y 1 Good resolutions are made by all good people Tuesday January 5 U H S chalks up an easy victory over St Vrncent 50 19 W I X -ldlili-15 T ,,,1..,-v-H gf A I K fn' .gat V U I q-0"" J XR 4 zi- 109 w I ' l r . if . . . . D , 1 I 1 ' . I s L L I . L 'X , - A' I y 1 i r I ' 4 rw , t , c . 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Friday, January 8- Edison Science Club reorganized. Tuesday, January 12- Another victory for the F i v e Horsemen, Fairmont is the victim this time 37-20. Friday, January 15- What a newsy day! Le Cercle Francais presents a fine play en- tiitled "Les Deux Souids". Juniors hold their first class meeting and elect Rlleg Lltman President Uniontown 23 Scottdale 19 this IS monotonous luesdav January 19 New Student Senate chosen And still more victory this time S Brownsville is the vanquished 45 Wednesday January 20 Mrs Hopkins of Amherst Mass addresses Chapel on the subg ect of Self Expression Thursday January 21 H1 Y holds second Induction of year Mr Roy F Seemore super visor of the third district of the boy Scout or ganizatron speaks be fore chapel His talk was packed with wrt and humor Friday January 22 Our cage men score their sixth straight victory Uniontown 29 Waynesbur g Freshmen 18 February 2 Arley Srca is elected president of the Student Senate We re sorry to lose Fd but we know Arley will 5929, Q1-A be a good man too. Our "little brothers", the Freshmen left us. Isn't it lonesome now? February 9- Uniontown High has a brand new Dramatic Club. Another step made forward. Uniontown bas- keteers beat Bellefonte Academy 35-29. Markie put up a mighty good fight but-the Five Horse- men know their oil. February 12- St. Valentine's Day. Everyone saves their valentines for the Val- entine party at 8:30. It was the BEST party. Hawkins orchestra goes over big. February 17- Students are introduced to the idea of an Annual The offer sounds frood February 19 Poom 5 stepped out with a patrio tic program Everyone admitted it was original instructive and entertaining February 27 Juniors meet with Herff Jones representative and they are his In other words the Jolly Juniors have at last selected their ring de sign It has a picture of old U H S in it too' Nlarch 1 Unnontown comes in like a lion at the first W P I A I elrmrna tron game and gets Butler s goat with a 26 18 score March 10 This old school wakes up to the fact that we really have a debat ing team' No wonder vshen we heard B111 Paransky and Art Browning harangue each other in chapel "s. XA? 'IQ ' 'Q' xmtgp-s22fQ""" ""Nwv 110 . Y . . . ' 1 9 . - r ' . I O . 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' -:Q --.fe-Q.: hz' ' ' ,,, - 44- .' - x X- .. -I yr .Lees - -7- f,-, fv--- -- "ad-. -4 -'--:-:ni -..4,.lf'.'.- 11, "1 J 9. an-,,,:"""' -- ,., - 4 . f tru Y A , - W 15-5-7, -4 4 ' y----IYL.5I.yh,Ly.Sc 1-,--' -' U-..,. 1.17. -Q'-. -4- l I :J-A Q ish. . - V - .V I ' -' - I, V 't - ..-jf", rf- x ,'i fl Q V 0.1 ' 'T' '1 ' z ,Hr ,' ' 1 .' l March 16- Congratulations t e a m! That's a real record: W. P. I. A. L. Champs for two successive years. I March 17- We have another team to be proud of also. Our debating team cops honors at Pt. Marion. The respon- sible persons are Dick Martin and , Bill Paransky. Members of Room ' 6 prove they know how to please the public in their program. XYe all admit Myr'a's a jolly good co- quette. Righto! l March 23- Mr. March journeys to Pittsburgh with his Buick to see the Basket- ball team play It's quite excit- ing to get lost rsn t rt? Joe Hack new proved the hero rn this case April 1 Sure rt rs Aprrl Pools Day loo bad those bright Juniors rn hoom didn t get to pull off that trick on Miss Horner April 6 Only the prrvrleged few get to go to court and Jail this year W can understand why Ed Srttler and Charlie Hyatt Want to go to court-but as for going to Jail? we never drd think they apprecra ted this freedom anv Way April 7 Rev Hodrl rs a welcome speaker rn chapel He makes us realize what a good thing Prohrbtron has been for the United States and for Apr rl 9- The Belle of Barcelona takes the school by storm Hagan Gates certainly made a strrkrng bull fitter , as that mad Irishman called hun April 12- Tickets for the Junior party go on saleg they announce that the big show will be in town Satur- I day. X April 14- Our Champs receive their letters and we wish 'em lots of luck. Hazel Dills sang us her prize win- ning song. l April 15- I Court is held in Room 4 all day, Some pretty embarrassing mo- . ments for' the criminals and also 4 for the jury-why did the attor- neys' have to ask the jurors how old they were '? 4 April 16- At last Room 2 enlrghtens the school with its super program It seems Mary I lrzabeth McCormick rs fr wicked w oman Jrm Ly ons rs 1 verx versatrle actor from r tr rmrnal husband to a nauvhty lrt tle bow There rs also a dinner at Calrfornrr tor the county contest ants Apr rl 17 Oh that glorious night' The Juniors stage a mighty fine party April 19 The Chemistry Studes revel rn movres VK e all want to take the I n t e r n a tr onal Correspondence Course rf we can succeed like Jim Aprrl 21 Rev P H Miller mrnrster of the Brethren Church who spoke rn chapel gives us a differ ent outlook on the aftermath of the xx ar April 22 Report cardsl Half the seniors are afraid to see them but rt was a relief and their were no fatal results The French play, La Vw R -Erin-x ,ilu -U lqx A J' nf xg 4 :D -v 111 . . , .. . 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' I, J .V ,n gtxfn, . r - h ,V , , wig - . "f , 4,1 ng f -4 4 . 1 . Aft -J E JM, f- i J' I 'TT' 1 V V Hair- J J? L ,. 1. . , - Q ,- ,- f , U' - ' A .1 - . . , ss, ' but -fr-gi Cu-1 A-sv ij 65 ,:1.,,faF-tk' f me 7 . W ' S F Poudre Aux Yaux," is a complete success and greatly enjoyed by the audience. Congratulations Esther Weinswig! Your Alma Mater is proud of you. April 30- Uniontown County contestants go to Pittsburgh to another chicken banquet, thanks to Pitt Univers- ity! May 1- U. H. S. walks away with the County Track Meet in spite of those 14 points. Shows we still have some pep even if Spring Fever has hit us. May 5- Circus Day! We get out for the parade and show Seniois are sup posed to have their pictures taken but the photographer didn t show up Pet the Circus Uot him May 6- Miss Wright IS the only one in Room 5 who saw the circus All explained they ie Going Friday May 7 Anothei circus dayl Movie in chemistry as a result the new watch woid in school is Nico demus pay the boy Way 11 Room 4 surely knows how to put on a ieal program Thanks Room Y . 5' 1-I May 13- Senior Day! Didn't we all look childish-at least we acted that way. May 21- "Come out of the Kitchen" every- one agrees it was a sure nuf suc- cess. Alf Jones said he didn't mind being Jude Diehl's brother only he wished Miss Horner hadn't "cut" his part in three par- ticular places. May 23- Baccalaureate Sermon. Lots of good advice from Rev. Jones but Oh! Those caps and gowns! May 25- Last issue of the MAHOON AND WHITE vt e e k 1 3 Eveiybody s sqiiw but the staff Nlaw 27 Seniois Ofiaduated at commence ment exercises Lai vest class on iecoid and who can say not the best Hay 28 Junior Senioi Dance is held at the Tiianvle Club Everybody has a gieat time both because of the paitx and because no one has to use at 1 45 next mo1n1n0' Nlay 29 School deseited except for Mr Lu bold Miss Kino and the Mouse in the C01 nei Even body f a s t isleep oi haid at woik i W 55 -Pliluqy,-ln, H . K 1 K X htm ,,.rf i-w i I 112 . 1 1 v - ' , . - . ' . u 1 7 ' ' X .V L . u 1 . , . . . 1' ' - , x t D . w - I H A 4 p L 1 A G ' 7 l n I A 1 . D . . . . , . . . - ? r I 1 . 1 . . , 1 . . N D . l 1 T1 1. I . . . D ' . . . , . - , r T 1 Y , ' ' as ' - 4. ' ,.,. 1 . . Q C. n , . 1, Y 1 - ' . f , - ' s cr . . . 4 . f A . 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The players, under the leadership of Coach Everhart and Captain Stone, spent one week at Camp Everhart, near Somerfield, before endulging in real football. While here the candi- dates for the different positions were given light preliminary training dur- ing the mor'ningS and afternoons and at night they were given the oppor- tunity to catch up in their sleep which they lost during the summer months. The week at Camp Everhart was enjoyed by all that were fortun- ate enough to be there After the Everhart Clan arrrved in Uniontown Coach had but a gen eral idea as to the make up the var sity eleven rt was a difficult task for him to fill the drfferent positions permanently even though there were always certain candidates who gave great signs of varsity possibility The season was officially opened by meeting Farrchance H1 h for hte first time rn our school history at the Elks Park on September 26 The result of the game was astonishing for the Maroon and White was held to a 13 13 score by our unfair oppon ents We say unfair opponents be cause they played players against us that were not elrgrble for competr tron Ray Miller our flashy back did the scoring for U H S by push rnv' over two touch downs through the ard of hrs mates and by his own clever work Uniontown drd not grve up their fr htrng spurt after this frame how ever for on the followrn Saturday Redstone H1 of Republic sent a foot ball team over to compete with Cap tain Stone and his gang The Red quarter they were heart broken at stoners did grve us a lrttle competr tion but at the end of the fourth it-ca HA? get gy-" X ,.-eff" A the final score: 21-0 U. H. S. Miller again scored in this game along with Ken Brayton who crossed the last white line twice. Petie Mc- Clain kicked goal three times. On October 10, the M ar o on and White journeyed to the railroad town of Youngwood to play their high school. We did play them but did not accomplish the best of results for the Red and White defeated us 6-0. We were minus our coach at this game, as he was called home on account of the sudden illness and death of his father. This defeat was turned into a technical victory, however, as the Youngw ood officials pla5 ed an ineli i ble man He happened to be the one who scored the winning points for Youngwood As the result of this defeat the Ever hart boys trotted out on the field with blood rn their eyes in their next game and defeated Scottdale 6 0 on the local lot The Scottres were confident of victory and were anxious to avenge the defeat that we admin rstered them the previous season at Scottdale An army of Washington rrdrrorr warriors advanced upon the local crew on the Saturday of October 31 and did rt rn a very harsh way for after fighting for sixty minutes on our own battle ground they defeated us by the score of 6 0 It was only through some smart work by Coach Day of the visitors that they came out on top In the third quarter of that hectic struggle he sent rn a clever substitute and as soon as the quarterback barked the first signal he broke through our line and second ary defense for a touchdovsn and vrc tory McClain came through this game The team Laughead and Lyons with flying colors in certainly drd enJ oy -114: X' 4 :wh 114 ' ' V 0' - U 1 1 1 il Z E 6 - i . . . . 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'.,,.u I YK- 5,15-, -L . . .,-.X.,v',1 ' " ' " ' Na Malmo themselves 1n the frame w 1th South B1ownsv1lle on blownsxllles fleld The 0'11d11OI1 w 1S a sea of mud and p10V1d8d many mud balls fo1 J1mm1e Lyons to tluow at the 01f1Cl3lS to duty the11 nlce wh1te clothes Oh yes We won 07 0 Ld L1 ay ton and et1e McCla1n dld most of the duty wo1k soft tlme the Maloon and Whlte boys had the DIQVIOLIS Satu1dav fo1 the Steel lVl1lle1s ffave us plenty of com pet1t1on Coach 1V61l13,1t h 1d fflven h1s W311101S speclal attentlon fO1 th1s frame howevel md a well ea1 ned v1c tO15 was the 1esult SC016 6 2 111 oul favol 'lhe gxme was hald f0l10'l1t thloughout wlth UHIOIIJEOXNII SCOIIHO he1 lone touchdown 1n the fn st two mlnutes of play and DOHO13 SCOIIHU' theu three 1JO1I1tS as a lesult of a pletty fleld goal bx Maltak 1n the thnd quartel Coach l velh nt sent lns team agalnst the Judd Speclal 111 the last game of the season at Connellsvllle and was gleatly shocked as to thc outcome of the game U H S plcked to Wlll by several touchdowns w IS held scoleless 1n the best schollstlc football frame eve1 staffed at Mud Island Connellsvllle was also held scole less and a t1e game 1esulted Nex 61 befole 1n the hlstolv of the school football Ladv Luck was wlth them and Black Cats wlth us lt seemed on that dav of battle Aftel havlng read the above tc count of ou1 1925 football frames lt can be seen that It was a fan season We won f1VG lost one and tled two Games Oul suppolt at the home frames was not the best that could have been recelved f1om our student body the ave1age attendance was nothmv to b1a0' about But as lt was the team was always flghtlng fol the ffood of U H S Coach EV61l1'l1t Capt Stone and the rest of the foot ball crew desel ve a world of DIAISL lol then excellent W01lx K, 'Q 1... E by 7 if vi . L f . ' E ' ' I X Y 41,1 , , ": - -114.541 ,, " If EL S il.:r?i . A , '? Rah - ? " .mt1 7 ' "" L" 'A' , ' 1 9 ' 'K 0 't 4 -P ' .. .f ans , - ' , s X T ',, ' X fi X 7 ,. 3 -2-- , 3'-W ff'4z"' i 'fb S "-... Y " 'f41'-if., .haul 0' ' li " ' Xl x 1 V, gulf X1 5 - 1 - " -.--" ' - 3 ."'s " - 'A' , 2 , ' --,- swf!-fl?-:jg N .. :Su':swF '-- V '- . -"Sq 1 116 ,as 'xx - 11' " - ,- eg f f . 5, K. , A1695 an - -11, ,o ,fu -fl: 1: ' ' ' 'c '45 1 ,. P' K l DK V. I 4 Q I Y . N, ' ' 7' , . . .... , . V D v' ' . we ,' 1 v, vz K 1 l v I l I l I 2 N , I . , , ' ' - . . ff D C . I . 1 . Y . ,, 9 ' J v .. V - , . ' . N V ' 'l- P . . . .Q I , 1 . I . The Donora game made up for the did the C0k91' CISVGH Play S9011 stood xc ' , sr U , , U - c W . . ' 'Z ' ' 2 C, ' ' 2 - 1 ' 1 V I ' ' . S 4 .1 .Cs 4' 1 V . . . y -L . , , . '. , ua 'i ' Q, ,4 . ' ' X . . i . -, . S h, A , 1 . ' , X , . I ,P ' n. O fl ' ' -1 I- ' i E 1 ID ' K9 ' J- ' K., . . . ' c ' , .J . 2 . K , , ' B , ' SK w - u ' I , - ' , L . . , K1 I ' , -4 lv. 1 4 1 'TAQ' Ai I? K r """'Z-.Fl iw 'Y W 'ii U ,sv 3-11 117 ... Y vw T me I 'Q E -. K X I X fix xk-, .1 .4 Q - I M' ,...,- I ' p v. Q - ' ' Q ' -' 1 -- 1-- - .-4 Q N f. . - X fl ..f.1 - x x. ,Xi , lfx 301.-X A 545-1 - 'v '....aS v --'-','-'. X f ,L -. - . X' f 1 15.-HH:-' H Aj ' 11157- 'L-f' -.4,"'.4.. : - 1 ,,'. 7- 4- " -'.flL.,'- H x 1- 3 f . N. . -.-.ww 1-" 4 x -.J -,'f- ':- - "'. '-Elwvv . f'f.Q.'-1- " - ' - -V - -- ,- ,J .. - . 1, f-Q 1- "-f-'ff 14f.'-.,uv',f ..v ' -'J-.-,, Ig: 2 Date Sept. 26 Oct. 3 Oct. 1014 Oct. 17 Oct. 2-1 Oct. 31 Nov. 7 Nov. 14 Nov. 21 Total r Composite Football Score ' 1 H. 5. Score 13 21 0 6 Open 0 37 7 O S4 Point After Touchdowns Touchdown 2 1 1 2 Miller Miller K. Brayton Miller E. Brayton McClain Miller McClain tThiQ 0"Lme wae later ffiven to 115111 lnehglble plax GIS 'XIIHLI McCla1n T' I 1 tx on lx lax ton NIcClain 1 McClain 2 1 McClain 3 2 1 McClain 1 McClain 13 Touchdowne Polnts Aftel Downs 610 VW 3-3 U-1 1-6 1-1 6-13 Oppon- Oppon- ents ents Score Fairchance 13 . Redstone - H Youngwoincl 1 X Scottdale H 1Y2iSll1I1g'1OIl 6 . I Ilrownsvillu H 110110111 U Connellsville Q o 4 - 26 '. U II S 'N the re-Kult of YoL1nv"'cn . if vi J jul 'R fv gl xx X w,,.ff i J Km 4 ii 118 - ,-,t 1 O . .x.ct 1 1,1-fd '. 0. . . . I 7 ' . 5 L , U. H. S. INDIVIDUAL SCORERS . .' ' . 'l'Q,t:iI Point-1 l 1 ' 5 2315 ' 3 - 9 21 u. Vzjt 3 IS '. R ' ' 2 172 x 3 3 fx . - J 4 1-,Xie f i- Ec- -. - -A 42' . ' 7' M -7454 L.: " ',-,- ' ' 1' 5 A ggi 3 i H 0:73 55.11. an .' .-9 in 2517- --- ---f. .-li-7rf.. Z L yr I? 6 -. 'it f '-P 'Z i ,,..:f.'- iw-:fg44'H 4 1"4'-F2'J..1- 7 'a 1 ' ff' gf? , '15, ,L- w ' 1 1. tx 5 .1 21 we J' s- - - .ft-fc., " - 12-1 -.J . X ri ft -' . !-A v, wx X " ga..-.-. X . 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Practices were held first in the high school gym due to the fact that the high school officials decided on playing all the home games at the Lafayette Junior High and it was not then completed. There was a large number of candidates out for the team and of course the survival of the frttest was the rule Hottv Dunn last season s Assistant Basketball Manager started hrs career as man ager of the team at the same time the plavers began to toss the ball through the hoop Coach put his new team on dis play for the first time when he trot ted them out on the Y floor against Frank Stansberry s quintet The Y crew was not of the same calibre as A J s and evrdentlx was knocked off Thus the U H S opened then basketball season with a well earned victory Season Officially Opened The new Lafax ette Gvm was dedr cated on January 5 with the U H S doing battle with St Vincent Prep The dedication was not ver y rmpres sive as far as the game was con cerned for Charley Hyatt and his Ofanv' completely mauled the college box s by the score of 50 20 Fairmont H1 and Scottdale fol lowed rn the foot steps of St Vincent by falling before the Everhart Boys on the 12th and 15th respectrvelx The former team was not so tou h but the Scottdale crew gave us plentx of competition This frame was unde cided until the last minute of play With the Scotties leading at the end of the third quarter, U. H. S. was forced to give their very best to emerge victor'ious. This they did and at the end of the fracas they were ahead 4 points, 23-19. On January 19 the South Browns- ville fans were given a real treat when they were given the privilege of watching the State Champs in ac- tion for only 25 cents. Of course we won, but the score we do not wish to mention. The going was a little tougher the following week when Greene County sent over a basketball team from Wax nesburo College Tl ex failed to accomplish that which thex intended They played a nice game but thex failed to score the points that were necessarx to win basketball games Eventually thex went home heart broken and Uniontown reiorced over the triumph The Niaroon and Vt hrte machine iournex ed to the mountain town of Fairmont on Tuesdax the 26th and plaved this strrn hr h school team The Fairmont plax ers are called the Polar bears and they certarnlx drd lrve up to the name for they almost skinned us after a close gfrme of which the final score was 27 21 Farr mont xx as leading at half time bx ten points but the big U boxs came out on the floor rn the second half deter mined to win Lx continuous fr ht durrn this period thex turned the tables on the West Vrrgrnrans The Fairmont officials said that the ame w as the best ever plax ed in scholas trc circles in that tovx n and rf we were to iudge from the lar e audience that was present the statement made bx the officials would hold very true After a slight let up in the next rme with Connellsvrlle Hr U H S began the tou he-st put of their schedule vw I- -I..-H, J A Teh V U 1 A .HW n ln ,E 4 li .T-ww' 120 . v . . ., v ' ' v 7 , A 1 ' ' . 5 . 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S. boys began the toughest part of theil schedule on the second of February when they met the st1onff Bellefonte Academy team on the local flool It was a vlctorlous affau f01 Coach Eve1l1a1t and h1s Cl ew for thev won 35 29 aftel f1 Ven gl l.16ll1ll0' contest 1n whlch mam lathel roufvh lncldents occuued Thls tough frame w as followed bx anothel onlx 1 l1ttle tOI.l0l'lQ1 The C3l1f01I112l Nolmal teacl ers thought thex would glV9lIll911 sounffel and smallel op ponents a t6l11flC lacmf when thex came to Dmontown the follow 1n0f Tuesdax But to the11 9111151189 ou1 Flxe H01 semen left them on the NllO1l, Slde of a 11 41 SCOIB It was a V611 fast and e1ce1t1n0 game ln fact lt was the best game plaxed 1n the l afax ette G1 m IlLl11Il0 the season lt tf1ol1 111 ext11 tue m1nute pe11od to declde tl1e w1nne1 but the 1esult was 1e1 nlavnlx seen and Well accepted fo Ch11l1 H1 1tt d1opped fou1 mettx baskets th1 u l1 the hoop d1111n thls u1t1a 1 e11od and put tl1e 111 e on 1ce c U I 'll e NI noon 1nd XX h1te stlll 11nde leated f0l the season plaxed the Nlountalne 1 lleshmen led bx Cece Connellx 1nd l es Cohen 1n tl1e11 next encounte1 The frame w 1s staffel at the Jumm Hwh and the scene of bat tle w as 1ammed fol the OCCZSIOH be c'1us 1 battle 101 al w as 1n stole llld 1 nsem uentlx much 111 oflt w as f0lI1 1 estment each 11e1 son made to w 1tIl9S9 It The St1l100lE' was anothe1 one of thos nm and tue affan s w 1th ne1the1 team l10lfl1f10 '1 commandmff lead at lllX on tlfllh of the game As tl e flnal w hlstle blew anothel v1cto11 w as ch'1ll ed un on the 11ght s1de of t we basketball ledffel fo1 Captaln HY att and Oanv The SCOIG ff11 th1s frame w as 20 28 The champlonshlp of Qectlon 8 of tl1e W P l A I w1s cl1ncl1ed when qcottdalt H1 went down to defeat at the hands of the Fve1h'11t WTIFIOIS ' Q- on the 17th of February. They came, they saw, and were conquered but had no alibies to offe1 as to the defeat. They admitted that they lost to a bet- tel' team and of course what else could be Sdld Heletofole the B1 own and NK l11te had 0'lV9H the llrl31O0Il and XX h1te close COI'IllJCtltl0I1 for tl1e lllgll honols but w1th tl11s defeat ma1l1ed up and no othe1 oppzntumtv 1n slght all hopes wele gone Afte1 1 llght let up IH the game wlth Qouth B1 ow nsvllle Hwh Capt H1 att led l11s chalffes agalnst the West Vuelma F1 osh at Molgantown 'l hls w s a sad t11p IH v1ew of the fact that Unlontown H1 lost thelr f11st frame of tl1e season bx the la1 ge score of 11 27 Thls w as no d1s0f1ace how eve1 fm we w e1e out of 0111 class and sm e tl e xl0llHtl1ll6t-Elb wele defeated on the local COll1t tl1e1 e w 1sn t a tlllllf 1 1eff1e 0111 16L01d was agam fnen an oth 1 1111 when tl1e stlong P1tt F1 esh men durll 1ted tl1e feat of thell VX est V11 1n1a IIN als at the new P1tt Stad llllll l1e follow IH fuesdax Although ll H S w IS leadlnv' at half t1me they could I1 t m11nt 11n tl1e te111f1c p1ce tt bx then Lld6lS 111 the closlnf mln utes of the 1me ln the l1st qua1te1 l'1lt tf1ol1 1 1 punt le 1d and managed 1 1 e p tl e ball 1n tllffll possessmn t1ll thc flnal wl 1stle w as sounded QCOIG 3 1 20 Phe le 1 ut se 18011 w IS lJl0ll l1t to 1 1,1 lllfl f1Ill'wl1 xt CUllllellSX1ll6 when the C3lx6lQ The SCOIQ was VGIN blll DVISIIIQI bemv 16 1 1 but the team d1d 1 t w1sh to exelt themselves as thex w 1e beln lJ11lTl9flfO1 the W P I A I Llll'H1llcltl0I1S th It w e1e to be plax ed soon XX 1th tl11s VlCtO1X Coach w ent tlnouvh l11s second 1 ea1 as a membel of the leaffue w 1thout loslng a league Game How d1d he do 1t" Thlouvh l11s own gleat 1nd1v1dual Work and tl11Ol,lg'l1 tl1e w ondelful coopel atlon and ablhtx of each of hlS plavels Of course C 1pt H5 att was the outstand 'Tas R Ei QQ-y ,,.,-' J -1- IV' 1' 4 226 122 . 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' "-' - '- ' ' - - -- " 'J , ' ,-J'.-, -1-43:-. -- .-x f Y .sv 'S . , Eos' .', 1 fx ,Q N C , QE P- -. -s-I X TBI s Lf 3 ing player on the Uniontown team and deserves much credit for his per- formancesg but it was necessary for him to have four other players to help him in the games. Hagan and Ken Brayton were the othei stars on the offense and Hackney McBurnex' and Laughead the stellai indixiduals on the defense As xou max aheadx know ou1 coach does not tuin out in dividual peifoimeis but a high Oiade of team wo1k Q0 let us not give most of the cledit to a few of the plavels but all the c1ed1t to all ot them Fllmmatlons TheW P I A L ffameswcie the climax of a basketball season xx hlch will fro down on iecoid as the second best U H Q has ex ei had The sei ies opened at the Pitt Stad lum on Mai ch 1 when Uniontown and Butler clashed Butlel was no match fol oui bovs for aftei duving to the Qmoky C1tx in the foienoon and lest ing up in the afteinoon at the Qchen lev Hotel nothine could stop the Horsemen Chailex Hvatt ianff up the fnst field goal in the eaily pait of the fn st quarter and from then on Coach Evelhart and his ciew weie being called W P I A L Champs bx the leading spoits Wllt6lS of Pittsbuieh The team Woiked togethei veix n1celV at all stages of the game and mixed the old flghtine Qplllt III all then plaxs Lutlel did not show passes and missing easv shots wfeie the featui es of thelr plav and conse quentlx defeat was the iesult Butlei IN Lefevi e Wolfgang ki ankot 1 evins Hfu pei Uniontown 6 Hx att Cohen K B1 ax ton McBu1 nex Laughead Refei ce ML Clennehan ' ,. . Q , . I X 0 Monessen Game The second victory for Uniontown was at the expense of Monessen lli. The lilack and White Passers had a 'ond tc ini but they licked the gnu' ind pep to kcep up with the f lst pace that the llniontown boys Wert stt- ting h 1 it tx welt lcil bx thicc points but it did not last onf -Xt the openine of the second h ilf IUOIILSKLII ciumpled it the on ht oi llxatt md hen liax m who scoied seven baskets between them duiin this peiiod In the mean tim the Lnlontown fuaids Mel ui nex ind I lu ht ld weie holdmf tht llatk ind xxhlte offensixt stais to loul ficld gods ind defeat H Wlonessen lIx ltt I 1 tu Hai in Is iho K Liax ton Giant NIcBu1nex backhofei I au lead Dcstatano xv PI x 1 Champs U H 5 ietuned the champion ship of the W P I A L is the iesult of deft itinf Duquesne in the tin 11s 96 17 The Flxe Ifightlnvf Pools w eie no match foi the Fixe Hoisemen in this setto Phe Nlaioon and Vxhitt to ik the lc xd tht xtix bef 1I'1lI1I'11 of the fame and held it tl iouvhout xx lnle the Duquesne team fou ht des pri itclx to ovelcome it I N Ha an pl ll td 1 xxondeiful game 'ind with inf combination of the ex en1n0 was foimed lmmsdlatelx iftei the amc xx hilt the tc im xx is in tht dI8SSlIl7 ioom the officials in chaiffe of the touina ment picsented Captain Hx att with the beautiful tiophx emblemitic oi the Cl ampionshlp This xx as the sec ond time that 1 U H S Ciptain xx is ixtn such a token and the fn st time that 1 te lm xx on the W P I A I th unpionshlp twice in succession F? 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If F G Duquesne-17 Minnik Kowallis Pohella Wentz Lenhart Flle Deteats U H S I 1161 Ist II1 II on the ught to iep use nt XX I sta I n PI nnsx lv 1111 I at St ite .Aw wma" College by defeating our Maroon and White Passers by the score of 32-14. The team fought hard throughout the battle but the Erie Five was playing a bitter brand of basketball and there- fore deserved victory. U. H. S.-14 Hyatt Ha an lx biayton Xlcbuinex I auffhead Erie-32 Downey Dowlel Clousel G1 amacki Sullivan CDQO"1'J'1 L H S BASKFTBALL IINDIX IDLAL SLORES IONltl0Il 1'1eld Goals Foul Goals llx Itt lx I1 IN I Hatknu Nlcbuinex III an L L1 as ton Laughead Cohen I ow ell Sittlel XIIIIKI ll LI I s lot II Tot al Total Polnts 42 66 2 22 4 1 19 28 lo 23 6 12 104 ISS 'S BAbKETBALL RECORD 0 I Y M C A bt Vincent Fanmont bcottdale 5 biownsville Waynesbui Faumont Connellsville bellefonte CaI1fo1n1a Nolmal XX VaU Flosh Scottdale S Brownsville W Va U Fiosh Pitt F1osh Connellsville FLIMINATION GAMES Butlei Nlonessen Duquesne E116 East Oponents 7. EI YA? ui -,..,.- U!- fl' .g,. r A ,f Q 413 1 25 I. 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The most notable events that occurred in the past sea- son were the entering of a U. H. S. relay team in the Penn Relays and the scoring of points in the Carnegie, W. P. I. A. L. and Pitt meets, other than those scored in the relay races. The season opened with the Ma- roon and White having the smallest number of candidates out for the en- suing year. Coach Everhart, the man who always makes a success with just a little show, got together a bunch of fellows that were capable of figuring in everj meet rn which they were en tered 'Ihe first great event to open up the season was the entrance of the U H S relay team rn the Penn Relays held at Iranklrn Field Philadelphia under the auspices of the University of Pennsj lvanra The relay team run ning against such schools as Nantr coke and other eastern schools came out on top after rt was learned that Nantrcoke had had an ineligible run ner on then team which had just nosed us out at the finish Coming back from this event Coach Everhart started prrmrng hrs fellows for the annual County meet held at Dawson driving park under the super vision of the Fayette County Athletic Association On Saturday Way 1 the entire squad of twenty five fellows went to Dawson and car rred off fir st honors for the sixth suc cessrve year The wrnnrnff of this meet was made possible by the excellent work done by Id Brayton in the shorter dashes and the relay by Sam Flennr ken in the quarter mile and relay, and by Ken Brayton in the high jump and dashes. In the hurdle races our end of the burden was upheld by Dunn, Lee and Powell. In the shot put and discus throw Uniontown was repre- sented by Goldstein and Sofish who had much to do in the winning of the meet which was a nip and tug affair throughout. Following this event the U. H. S. gallopers journeyed to Carnegie Tech where Ed Brayton, Sam Flenniken, Ken Brayton and Harold Dunn scored in the track events while Goldstein and Sofish did likewise in the field. The meet most longed for by Un- iontown was the W P I A L meet held at the Prtt Stadium It was rn this meet that Uniontown wanted to show that she had athletes other than basketball players As the final event was run off and the scorers tabulated the results rt was found that the U H S had lost the meet by the narrow margin of one and three fourth points to Beaver High School Our team drd not score a first place in this meet but by get ting a number of second third and fourth places they were able to star at the top The Prtt meet which IS a meet rn which many high schools of western Pa and Ohio are entered was the next event rn which the U H S runners competed The galloping horsemen met some stiff competition here but were able to bring some honor back to the U H S Making an rnventory of points scored by individual runners rt rs found that those to receive letters are Flenniken, Ed and Ken Brayton Goldstein Sofish Lee, Dunn, Stone Powell and Ruble W gs -0 vw. ,Jani -'- gala r atm' ""' J "www, 126 . . 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' -4' '- - f ' " ' --'- - ' - . -1-fri. .F-.,.:'y,--,-" -1- ,,.+,b1s.,- .-N'- M , - --',.- IHF TI' NNIS T14 AM Althouffh qettlnff off to somewhat of a belated start the tenms team showed the same ffood folm th1s weal that took them so far IH the season of 1929 The team encounteled the Pltt Fleshmen on Max 28 on the coults of the P A A and nlax ed a leturn enffagement ww 1th them on June 1 The best smvles man and the best doubles team of the Ma loon and Whlte squad represented the H1 h School ln the Countx Toulna ment the team and man to leplesent UHl0Ht0YKTl IH thls lmooltant meet wlll not be p1Ck9d unt1l a few daws befole the toulnament At the plesent tlme thele are matches pendmff wlth WdXl16SbUlg Hlgh Qchool Callfolnla Nolmal and Vtest V1lg'lH121 Fleshmen but 'ls yet there has been nothmg' defmlte decided about the dates I VW :J sm' tif? 41 f-'f1""-L L. IP vv""1" A J vo 4-.5 4 :af- 12 f 1 1 1 1 I 1 L 1 I1 . PS 5' 3 n . v l D , . 3 , . ' , . 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LETTER ME Football Captain Stone Lyons I'l2lf2,'2lI1 lllCCl91'H21I1 Sofish Zcmo Golclstoin Alton Cunninglnun Lee Boxdale Flenniken Laughead Nl1l1e1 lx 1,1611 ton I L1 ax on AlCCld1Il Pon ell 3101, N10 C fm nch I ve1l1.11t Bdsketb all Ilx att Hagan Cohen lx L1 ay to11 NIcbu1 nex Laughead Dunn, CMg1 J Tx Cl halt Track 1,1 IX I lennllten Dunn Slttlbl Lee Pon tll Sllflill Goldstem Ludxx lg A- 3 1 X-.., a, 'FAQ J ' Cin Ai if H!! 14.37 at R n.'., 4 --. rr X Q 'r-,.,f .L X X 4:9 -:fi ...- ' 12 A . ' 9 ., Y 1 J . lv Jt 1 'Z 1 1' C . W ' - . I 2 11 I 1 I Y. ' J . v , 1 . v 4 . 1 1 J ., , lu. , . K ton D ' Y A x ' .1 , . . . Y. f'r'K ' In Y vii S0 . 7 Vt N--.., , 1 A 'ff N 5 ' s - ' , . - ' . , - '42,-wixrfup .Sh ' , 1" 1: X r- ' any 1 '- . J' T .x - X - " - . . sh '-' I XP' -- W J f -T -rl FL -- ' 1 gg n . A I , K' Y W, . gi. eg -f ,X ff, f . . 2, 3 -s? 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Such are the words of wonderful promise which greet the eyes of five hundred red- blooded young Americans as they reach the portals of Lafayette Junior High each day. Every advantage is given these future citizens in the way of educational, vocational, and physi- cal training. In return, quoting Prin- cipal J. H. Alleman, "The pupils show a splendid attitude in regard to their studies." The school is noted for splendid order and system, and the faculty aims not for the spectacular but for accuracy and thoroughness lhe building rs an example of the advantages of all modern equipment for instance the manual tr arnrng and mechanical drawing rooms which for the first few months were not in readiness are now completed and under the supervision of John O. Judge. They are equipped with the most convenient and time-saving ap- paratus on the mar'ket. Once a week the girls receive in- struction in domestic art and science under the capable directions of Miss Nell Brey and Miss Ritenour. Mrs. Faye Seeley and Mr. Fred Keyser, heads of the physical depart- ment, divide their time and attention between Lafayette and Ben Franklin buildings The course consists of reg ular gym drrll and basketball and track trarnrng The members of the faculty 'rr rs follovys Loma Collins English Lay ola Hague Arrthmetrc Dorothy Long History Jennie Ache Geography Gertrude Ly ons Practical Arts Etta Rodham English Nlary Keenan Arithmetic lucy Brovy nfreld History Otto Younkrn Geography Nlary Drlls Spelling and Penmarr s rrp Puth Havden Latin I XX Knapp Science Flora Felton English Blanche Warman Algebra George Dumbauld Crvrcs John O Judge-Shop Faye Seeley Health Education Lrllran I' Hammrtt-Music if 5,-E 15- ri. ,,...J-f I get V' U F lfiltx A I '-' -ih- 130 4 bk: n rs- . as - . ,, . . . - - ' G . D , U c S ' ' ' Z. I I . . . I ' - ' ' A 'T . . v - X . r i v w- . , 1 . A ., , . xv. ' u V I h v ' . x v -- ' . , . . H . - 6 . Q . . 6 L . v 11- . . ' . - ' 41, I .- v .Pr yn. " . 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I ' N BENJAMIN FRANKLIN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Monday, February 1, 1926 the Benjamin Franklin Junior High School first heard in its corridors the quick steps and merry voices of five hundred boys and girls. In the sev- eral months that have elapsed since that significant day the school has been transformed from an impersonal shell of steel and concrete and brick to a living institution with established traditions and definite ideals. The Benjamin Franklin has entered upon an educational plan which has al- ready won it some recognition and which should at the completion of the plan entitle it to iank as one of the most progressive schools in the com- monwealth. The present success of the school is due in considerable measure to the enthusiasm and loyalty of the pupils and teachers. The present ninth grade has contrib- uted a large share to the splendid tra- ditions which will be carried on by grades to come. The building and grounds will not be completed in all respects until the middle of summer, so it is with in- creased interest that these pupils and teachers who are entitled to work in the BenJam1n F1 anklin next teim will enter upon the11 duties in September Phe present staff of the Benj amin lfianklln Jumor High School is as follows John C311 Duff Principal Miss Hannah Jefferis ninth grade mathematics Mis Eleanor Ashcroft eighth grade mathematics Miss Olive Byeis seventh grade mathematics Miss Helen Miller ninth grade Eng hsh Miss Eva Wilson eighth grade English Miss Orpha Becktel seventh grade English Miss Hannah Lyons CIVICS Miss Janet Nixon, civics and librarian Mrs Maigaret Burrell eighth grade history Miss Sarah Chisholm seventh glade h1sto1y I M Ciaig science and commercial a11thmet1c Mis Mary Detweiler eighth grade geography Miss Char lotte Haupt seventh grade geo graphy Miss Margaret Byers spell mg and penmanship Miss Frances Heyser home economics Miss Alice Christy Latin and ninth grade Eng lish Mr Harry Woods mechanical di awing and shop Miss Lillian Ham mitt music Miss Gwendolyn Burrle music Mrs Faye Seeley Health Edu cation Mr Fred Keiser Health Edu cation Frances Beeson secietaiy 'tain FN -111- 47 K I xhul """ "Nun Q . . 5 . . 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A' .fff--. ---. -X .fx I. if ,U L 1 The Junior High School---lts Aim And Purpose QBy Mary Dunnj Every educational system has as its fundamental purpose the accomp- lishment of seven cardinal aims, health, command of the fundamental process, worthy home membership, vocation, citizenship, worthy use of leisure, and ethical character. Al- though these principles are not con- fined to the junior high school, they are an essential part of it. Necessary for the realization of these aims are the radically new ideas for Union- town, at least, which are to be car'- ried out in their administration. For instance, the study of voca- tions is stressed Instead of thrust ing our graduates into the business or professional world with only a theoretical knowledge of the work ex pected of them the plan of giving them practical experience while yet rn school has wisely been devised Al though because of financial drffrcul tres sufficient apparatus has not yet been provided the mechanical draw ing manual training domestic art and science departments are already functioning satisfactorily Later it is hoped to offer training rn sheet metal vrork elementary electric wir rng auto repairing and printing Then too one hour a week each grade receives vocational guidance from a special vocational instructor It can readily be seen that the plan when fully carried out will do a great deal toward helping the sudent find himself to begin to formulate de frnrtely rn his mind an idea of what work he thinks he will be able to do best Another admirable feature of the work of the Junior high school rs the or ganrzatron and administration of student actrvrtres in accordance with the needs and interests of adolescent pupils regardless of practices prevail ing in the grades above or below. By this means there will be something extra to interest each individual stu- dent and to dispel any narrowness of view which might be the nesult of confident to regular study and recita- tio n alone. Broadmindedness is necessary for the attainment of any- thing really worthwhile. Therefore, its cultivation should start while the mind is still in the plastic state. Perhaps the most important func- tion of all those which the junior high school performs, and the one for which it was primarily established, is the bridging of the gap between the elementary and the high school Ac cordrng to the old order of things a large percentage of the eighth grade graduates went no further with their education For some reason rt drd not seem to them to be necessary And so they went through life handr capped by the lack of the invaluable training they might otherwise have obtained But by the new system a child enters the Junior high school when he reaches the seventh grade and re mains there untrl he has satisfactorily completed hrs freshmen year There is no abrupt interruption between the rades This is accomplished by the introduction of a little hr h school work in the seventh and eighth grades and the retention of some of the elementary work rn the ninth grad curriculum On completing the Junior high school Work each pupil re cerves a certificate for admission to the senior high school Thus any form of graduation exercises is dispensed with and the pupil is made to feel rightly that he rs only partrallr through with hrs public school educa tion vw R 5' f 'W A bn 'iam' 134 . - Q. . . 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R h " ' px Qmowo Tir THE BEAUTIFUL IN LIFE fBy Elizabeth Scheickl Now that we have completed our High School work and are about to re- ceive our' coveted diplomas, we begin to realize just what all this training has done towards making us good men and women, and to perceive why the various subjects were taught. The final purpose of schooling is to de- velope character which truly' deter'- mines our thoughts, our words, and our actions. But what is it that makes a good clean person? Surely it isn't the trivial things which we often place fir'st in our minds such as the desire for wealth, popularity, and pleasur'e, but the beautiful things in life which are crying out everywhere to be appreciated. How often we ignore them not because we can not but because we will not appreciate them Part of our education has taught us to see the beautiful and to recog nrfe rt is being beautiful but since this phase of our training really de termrnes our character it seems strange that more emphasis is not placed there not only rn our schools but also rn our community It rs not natural for men to see the beauty rn everything so rt is necessary to train the eye and the ear along this lrne A farmer while working in his fields saw nothing but har dshrp there but a poet who chanoed by grasped the beauty and wrote these lines Yesterday s flowers am I And I have drunk my last sweet draught of dew Young maidens came and sang me to my death The moon looks down and sees me ln my shroud lhe shroud of my last dew Nly breath 1S sweet as childrens prattle is I drank rn all the whole earths An artist expressed his vision of those same fields by painting rt on '43 la R canvas. We can not all be poets and we can not all be artists for they are born and not made, but we can see the beauty of nature and of man and al- low it to inspire our inner selves to do better' things. The first step we must take is to make our thoughts beautiful for our words and actions are determined di- rectly by our thoughts. To do this our surroundings must be made pleas- ing. The people of the world have de- spised ar't. This is hard to believe for there are art exhibitions miles long, pictures worth thousands of dollars and art schools and institutions. This is all true but it is for the sake of money and not beauty Men would fain sell canvas as well as coal and crockery as well as iron They care for pictures absolutely no more than for bills posted everywhere During the war beautiful pictures and build ings were destroyed and the only thing they thought of was the loss of all that money and not of the beauty which was lost forever Men despise nature that rs all the sensations of natural scenery The French revolu tronrsts made stables of the cathed rals of France and they have made racecourses of the cathedrals of the earth They have tunnelled the cliffs of Lucerne by Tell s chapel and have destroy ed the Claren s shore of Lake Geneva The Alps which the poets and artists have loved are used by men as sooped poles which they climb and slide down again with shrreks and laughter beautiful flowers are trampled under their feet and large forests are burned by careless camp ers who neglect to extinguish their camp fires before leaving th e grounds Men despise compassion which rs essential to a good charac ter This point can easily be proved by relating as article that appear ed in a newspaper A certain man known as Collins had died unexpectedly If' VW -04 ' 73 V' U x X 15 A J a- if ' 1 Q- """ 135 , 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1' 1 1 ' - ' ' 1 1 1 ' - 1 '1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 I c , ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' 1 - ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1, 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' 1 1 1 ' , . 1 1 1 1 ' I 1 ' v Y . . . - '1 1 ' 1 ' ' ' ' ' 1 D . 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 7 , 7 1 1 1 1 1 1 7 1 1 1 ' 1 ' ' 1 . . , 1 1 1' 1 1 ' 1 1 7 v V 1 Y . 1 ' 1 ' 1' U 1 1' 1 1 ' 1 1 77 Y I 1 0 1 7 . 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On account of the steady strain on his eyes Collins almost became blind and was forced to discontinue his yvork. He became weaker and weaker and finally died from the want of food. When the coroner inquired why he had not gone to the workhouse the son answered that they wanted the comforts of home life. The coroner was surprised and was quite cruel when he said that he saw no comfort in one room with a pile of straw in the corner. Relief for the poor is often made so insulting and so painful that thev would rather die than to ac cept charity of such a nature Thev are left so untaught and foolish that they starve for beauty not knowing vyhat rt rs not hovy to get rt And then yye sav we are Christians' Even our literature rs often disgraced bv trash that rs written onlv for monev and which ruins the minds of the people and music has been ruined bv 1az7 1a7z yazz Friends surely these thrngs our disrespect for art nature compassion good literature an d music are not helping us to have beautiful thoughts If our thoughts can be made beau trful the test rs a simple matter Our words will naturally be good then for mofanrtv and harsh words are ut tered only by lips controlled bv un clean minds Out of our thoughts and vyords grow out actions It takes not reasoning to knoyy that a crime rs never committed bv a man with a ra tional and clean mind John Ruskin sard He only rs advancing rn life yyhose heart rs getting softer whose blood warmer yyhose brain quicker yyhose sprtrt rs entering into Living Peace Members of the School Board Superintendent, Former Superintend- ent, Principal of the High School, Teachers, Parents of the Graduating Class, and Friends, on behalf of the Senior Class I wish to express to you our' appreciation for all you have done for us. By the expression on your faces I see you are rejoicing with us in the glory of our achievements. These exercises mark the close of the happiest years of our lives, but they also mark the beginning of new duties and responsibilities. For my class I wish to say farewell to our friends. who hove done so much for us, and whose sacrifices have made our achievement possible. Now that we have laid our foundation, for our edu- cation thus far is merely the first step in life we are eager to go on and real rze rf possible our dreams and our ideals Our elders may shed a tear because they know we are now leav rng the happiest vears of our lrves be hind us and because they knovy the hardships that await us in this cold and cruel vyorld But we must re member that while our parents are sad because yve are about to leaye our nests thev are proud to see their brood blossoming rn t o ambitious young men and women VVhen we pause for a moment and realize the step we are taking we too are sorry to sav farevy ell to good old U H S However the sadness rs overruled by our desire to go on and lrve up to ideals our teachers have challenged us to accept If in our efforts to reach our goal we become discouraged and drsheartened let us remember those inspiring yy or ds given to us by Tenny son O y oung Mariner Down to the haven Call your companions I aunch y our vessel And croyyd vour canvas And ere rt vanishes Over the Mar gin After rt follovy lt Folloyy the gleam 25116 Six? 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D.: "The doctor tells me it's eating sugar that makes me so lazy.' i Latin Teacher: "What kind of sug'ar'?" ll. lf. ll.: "Loaf Sugar." U. ll. S. 8 2 Much I often sit and medit8 Upon the scurvy trick of f8 That keeps me still a celib8, Oh, cruel f8. l want a 10 der maid sed8, To love me and be my m8l Aly -III 2rle is not so great l cannot W8. -Xnd when I ye 1 this maid scd8 lteliexe my awtul single st8 -Xnd when ll ye 1 this maid sedb XX e ll oscul8 I ieshman hills Ioi school Senioi it, thu i hill twice lluhhy comes hicoughmg home ml nittts some ont on the steps Iohn io ale y u VX ilt lm the dexil John I. so ll I alll Nlst I ROM WORSI4 T0 X I1 RSI' A I alender Romance Hui htio was the common soit, W he n all w as said and done llt woil cd his head off dal y n w as out o tt L NIOIN ras Ioi hi r nct was com mon pau tis Ill, y Qiofidx-X Ile tried to swell his salary I So it would suffice for- TUE. A And maybe that is the reason Why one day he lost his head, And falling on his knees he said, "Madam wilt thou"- I WED. lle may have thought this l But it seemed not so to her She lisped a quick acceptance And said, "Why Yeth"- - TIIUR. , liut when she w'ent to keeping house Ile feared that he would die I Ioi oh That modein maiden I ould nelthei bake noi TPI she L iuld not iun a hunb 1 ow e cn lun a o many sad occasions 1 I imstauiant y SAI' ill ht Ioigawe cyeiy uno s man has always done XX of n she piesented him one day X houncmo ia y SUN ix did you wt clischaigt d Iiom youu last pl1 e' flood Iiehayloi sn .ood it iavioi ow yo I lhex took two months olf my sen ll ncl UHS I ushmvl Xl u it pl ix ci oquet 7 w s its w 11 lied MQ QQ A Q' ,Lgihxyil X ' ls ! 'u C' 'I ,Q-f' af A -2' ""' X x , xi i i I 1 42-5 lf! av 138 I Am ' V K V . V' V ' 1' - f Y -i , 7 V ' V ' V . ' V , 3 A V 7 l K i 4 n . L' V . . V ll. ll. 5. Ur 1 ' ' flat J. . , . u I' I, i ' A I. -V S. . LV LV I. . 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Cop-What? Men, women, chick- ens or children? U. H. S. Have you ever been pinched for voing fast? No but I ve been slapped. U. H. S. He Does the moon affect the tide? 'Qhe No only the untred UHQ Just fancy Jim refusiny to marry you Ilrdn t you tell him ibout your rich widowed aunt' Yes And didn t that make my differ ence ' It did Jim s my new uncle UHS Heres vyhere I shine said the bootblacly as a customer hove into sight UH9 Iastus Vt yfo you all call you al Valspar'7 Irp Cause borlrn watah cunt turn er white U H Q Ile tAfter long .irgumentj yy onder what would happen if you and I ever agreed on any thing? -- I f ' ' Q Mother: "Adolphos, you've been in the jam closet again!" Son: "Well, mother, the door was open and I thought-" Mother: "Why didn't you say, 'Get thee behind me, Satan"?" Son: "I did, mother, and he push- ed me right in." U. H. S. He certainly left a good will. The kind old man. Why what was it. He left his entire fortune to his children on condition th it they use it to build 1 monument for him. U. H. 5. Blissful Moments bonny s first black eye qaturday night rn a Turkish bath Qhoyylng the rich uncle hoyy t play Mah Jon If When mother Got 1 box ot cindy from sister s beau vrny e vy er c name as you enter i rest iur uit yyith your best vrrl When papa told how he sat rn the boss ch ur yy hile he yy as out to lunch When sister rot flirted yyrth the first time by i fresh youn colleyt chap Xl hen the iutomatit restaurant broke doyy n ind the feed b ig was yy rd open Gornf up on the str e in Ierson to be on the committee th it checks up on Houdini Going up to the dcsl to report your first demerrt 'lelling 1 freshman to be suit to knock on all the doors before he tri ters a room UIIS 'Ihc yyoman rushed into the stolt Frye me a mouse trap quickly s ie YAY ., my ...ff 1-. ' ..q, W 1:1 5? R 139 L V ' ' 1 . 2 - - F1 I v , , 1 , L 1 ai , 4 L - - ' - sv y ,v - .V Y V . V s V . 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NI Dawes' ' Cal L Well I ll td one but I got dandiuft in the h in spiin ind ruin td It DHS Iiustei, vyon t you h ue some moi e lee eieam No mam oltlthei s IX s l don t yy int mv 111016 UIIS eiehei I otten think I ll isle 1 ceio in he lven some ot these thinf s I cm t explain to you Stude Nl ty be Licei o didn t wo theie le ILIILI lou ean ask him then UHS Dentist What kind of 1 tooth lJlL1Sl1 do y ou yt ant' Lummy Give me a bw one sn theie ue 10 in oui family UHS l1lb10l1'1 Oltllll tic Why so de nie' yia N hy is nil ht yyhen ot chilly he ni ide me 1CU1i,0fcl1lT1S NX ell my al nm clock ' .,e- woke me up this morning for the first time in three Weeks." Bob MCC.: "How's thatg did you have it fixed A?" Cy: "No, my dad threw it at me." IJ. Il. S. Carrie: i'Won't you have a piece of cake Cal: "Is it compulsory '?" Carrie: "No. Cocoanutf' 5277 U. H. S. I rof. M.: What is a gravity cell ? Sam I. tW1kin0' upjz Dunno new r been in one. L. H. 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V - F 1 1 STRAP WATCHES for the boy or glrl graduate T PRICES FROM S10 oo to xsso oo QIOBE 'Q' HALKNPY Diamonds CONTRACTORS Pl t J I a mum ewe ry Marriages I unerlle WALLALE WIILI ER Bfldges 8 Bell '8tm7 l W Wandell Street Jeweler Optomlst Opposlte Termlnal Why He xx as Late Is he1 fathe1 becule m hm DOSI tlou P You 1e an hou1 I1tGtII1SIDO1I11I1 You bet 'lhex xt put hxm m 1 John 5 ud the t t1IDE,l to I IS helpel stl ut mel et Yes I xx as Incl ed bx 1 home on H UN IMI 11919 The Supleme 53CllfIC6 You dn 110111 JOIH1 11x doxxn mx llfe fox xou' Vx ell xou see he Incl td me the 1lappe1 Yes but xx Ould xou pull othe1 xx ax up xou1 xoclxb' t ONGRATULATIONS- IO EACH AND EX ERY MEMBER OI THE GRADUATING CLASS OF UNIONTOWN HICH SCHOOL VIL EXTEND OUR SINCEREST QONI RA'1Ul A'l IONS AND I OOD VHSI-IES FOR X SUILESSFUI HXPPY IIPE FRANCIS WARKFI' tmnu South t lllltln Xxenut md List Mun Street Unlontoxxn P1 148 I V 1 W T , 4 s. J ' L ' P . 9 1 . 1 T ' f L .J 4 I - r 1 A-I ' J s I l v if - . . 1 . 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J 4 T3 '. . 1' .' 1 N , - J The Ncztzonal Bank of Fayette Counfy Establlshcd In 18n8 t ipxtal Surplus and Prohts 'llore Than a MIIIIOD Dollars OI-FICERS DIRECTORS M H Bowm n President Nl H Bowman W Russell Carl James G Blnns Vlce Presad t J G Plnns R M Fry Homer H Hess Cashier Clms S Bowman C F Kefover X-Vrn B Beeson Asst Cashier L our hlna S W Nletzler J S Conrad Asst Cashier D F C Robinson UNIONTOWN PA Statement 0fC0nd1t10n Aprll 19th 1926 Loans and Discounts S2 95371719 United States Securltnes 830 261 00 Other Bonds and Invest Banking House and Fax tures 194 000 00 Overdr fts 502 47 Cash and Due from Banks 1016 33148 S6 244 780 O7 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Cayltal Stock S 200 000 00 Surplus and Undlvlded Profnts Circulation DEPOSITS 941 570 20 100 300 00 4 990 245 24 S6 244 780 07 Whule the figures In the above statement show that the bank us qualufued to handle with satisfaction the largest money transactlons we want to make It plam th t small accounts are given the same painstaking care as those of the Ia qe flrm or corporatlon We want your busnness whethel laroe or small and wall take qood care of It Thus Ilxnlt l 1 'llembu of the Federal Reserve System I J ' I I ' 1 U u 1 .vi , t .' 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V 1 J o ' FOR GRADUATIOZN DAY And AND DAYS TO COME Our Character Footwear Styles as varled and as lovely as the flowers f prlng so brlght so dlfferent and so fasclrlatlngly smart Il1tlll1lV61W Collect' New Cltlzerls Bulldlng Unlontown Do x 1111 xx 111 t I1I61O'LL11 x ou 111111112 1 xx I x nt 1 1s111l11 1 tl xx 1118 1111111 111111 1111 I D1 S0111 I 11110111111 x ou noxx Puff x 1-1115 IS h21l11Ix the 11 IX 1 1 D1Llg1I'CQI O11 I dont nnnd It 1.1111 It II pl01Jcl1J1X Ilxen up 11613012 the end O O1 does IJ1I11S flt 111111 l1'l11 Xes but 1 tllile tlght Ulldhl tht 111115 don t xou thlnk ' I1oxx I1 111 1e I t1I1111fx those O1-110111 1110s 111 111110111118 C J U 1111 self s 111168 1 IX x1 x11LlCk I Ile 1 Q HFNRY I IOOPER TINNER AND ROOFFR I7 Stewart Axe Phone 797 J Unlontown P1 loo f " Y ' 11 1, .2 ' A lv Z 11112 x'e11'?" "Nu ', x'21 it tl 112-2 p Q 'isef' .' L1 4 lf. II. S. 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V Dear Graduates The Fohen Store extends to you our future patrons our congratula h t t wi hes for a bright and successful future We sincerely tions and ear les s trust that sou Will have no regrets for spending the four vears of the most lmport an' md mterestln weflrs of vour scholastlc llfe Iet Seruce to Whnkmd he your watchword Thu Sforl ll it Q FUE TQ lo As'-N WV W F Q J A . i 'itll' i ' A ' ' S ggkw 1 J 99 ,l N ,. . Y ,',, . I . I tl 3 V . 2 L ' , v A ,' ' 1 vs x . 1 Y X A n n A I - f ' 1 I - 1 1 a I L 9 Y 0- w - L D . . . . Y U. ' . N v , . ' . an Q " - 2 g' . '. Xxx nuff !!! uhm! . ,,,fv, . L., N - H, X . ., x f f ii. ,K 'L, A V 1 1 ,u f .- ' gl - .P , 'R . N" Pl .,, - f- 5 1. 'Ld rx! llllH":1 93 rl J I . - P '- 1-f::".?+':-1 -rj-'ft' Y .XZ 1 ,H-g.jQ:H 1 fp, ' u U 4 f' xg hir TQQW- "1 r ,I x-ff 'W ' X-zgx '- A . 1 r 1 K A 1 s ' ' - 1 . v. 1 1 . . v . , . . . V A. .. , , ,. S . U ' ' 2 L 1 ' i' 1. U ' . .pw ,- . , , - as A L A C o . . 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WORKMAN lOd1d91 Mls Muxphx tlns towel 18 m ful du tx Xlls Mulphx Don t et ugh tone Xou I6 the fllst of mx twentx bo udus tm complam thls xx eek xbout th It tow el Stlllglhg Fhes Fvso colored gentlemen xx ho had 1ust leduced the populatmn IH a a mer s henloost wwele makln awax close Laws Mose gasped Sam whv xou spose them fhes follows us so Keep gallopm H1091 sald Mose them alnt flles them s buckshot How more than ever occasional prlces are the vogue so many de ll htful room settings that are orlffmal and Interesting can be evolved with '1 good cholce of harmonlous smgle price ln exqulslte design You w1ll find here verlt l' able storehouse of chalrs ,Pd g 'Y tables book racks lamps Our stock lncludes artlstlc 'Amlhm prices at low prices hp'-Q UPHOLSTERED CHAIR Q39 30 Lox ered ln genumc mohalr and moss filled md moss edges loose pun filled selt Lush IUIIS N- IONG KI CONSOLE SET S15 00 UP Solid vsalnut Console Table and fine Mirror at a bargain Manx period stvles to select from Guaranteed s I I lo Y E 1 Y I A ., I s - I 1 I 66 99 l , . . . 1 I . r 7 , , 7 . - . .. . 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IIUI LAND B XNRERS X IIXIIL POR OTE 'I All One oi the 0IllI'S'l I!X'NhINIx HOISILS IW IIINIONTOWN Dzstznctzue Shoes for All Occaszons Campbell-Hatlwway C0. -, 12. f ,Nff---,:.-AT, mf I I. j, 9 1 , j T v 1 1' I. f f A . R ' "" I 1' fi, ' M", l..X.'.'. .ml 1 +' ."' " 'R If V1 7 , VY 1 Y Y 1 ,f I , I 1 nn 1 . C.: 2' .T ect ell .T' - T I c,Y ..J 'L A v V , I A L I ',4 If' ' IN A I, 'Q FOR ALI, l I S , v . . I O O O I I W W I ,I 1 159 rlght Nletzler Company OF UNIONTOWN Extends Cordzal Greetmgs to the Members of the Class of 1926 Unzontown High Schoolf AY the dlplomfa and the success It represents be trulv just the commencement of your Journey not the goal lhe vsaw IS dottccl with mole Important milestones of achlewe ment each an 1nsp1r1t1on to go farther on and on And we would offcr to each of you our watch word S F R V I C II IS a slogrln for your opcnmg doors to rlcher hung deeper satls ftctlon no matter what route through llfe IS token when school d'us are done The Store of the Friendly Sermce WHERF C01 n BOND smwnls sxvls 215 MORE' -x 160 I . . T - U C ' l H f ' . , ' . ' ' . . ' . ' y - . , - z ' s 'z ' ' . ' ' x v ' .. --"I, JV'-:Q ' .1 journey to success, for service is a keyword z ' . . . .S 1. S env ' u ----zo:-1 I O ' , I . S' . A .' , 'I l . I use me use - e I THF MAROON AND WHITF GCT B255 KNEEJ swf ,-UNCH I 4 mf, N' GERTRUDE 1 r fQf4LMco1Po WONXBELIEVE IT GOODOLD ESIIIQIW 1 Q, Jossmuneri E 8 DAULO 161 W Elm rf I 2 fb Q54 DY PCM A Q1 h 'e x K ,J , i 1 . A A YQ - F ' J + , A K ? Q H . . ' m H71 I U ' - 'x -', 1' . I In T 'fit Q ,Q -1 A Iv ' ' x Q . , Mk ' ' A X, . , KS , Y' x Q4 K ' A , .vx f Q55 lx " .'. 1' V ' yr. . ,. 0 'krQ2'.-A aj U ! -1. F ' ' 1 n ' , - 4 , M Q HPD! W 3K:.'f,f3"kvE3fwC Wlmzlmi ULN' M V A Y , LQ? , f?ANrww3uL- 1 l'T?' ' 'V I Al rr f - ,gud 1 -up A V, Y, N Q' 'L yi fx :Q . W I Q, QS ' Q . A' G -. Q ' xi, V WVU - alfa 1- 4. , , - . ' ' ' WOM 'P ,-'ikz I , , N 1. Al ,J ' A ' , AHA! , Y fnjfgw! N , L ' "Aff, f N ,fr ' ' uf A' ', 1 J 1 V K a K, ,V w . 5 A r+mvgf,f1 .15 - ' ' x K LZ, ,MW A Scotthmin woke one morning to find that in the ni fht his wife had passed awiy. He leaped from his bed and ran horror stricken into the hall. lXellie he called downstairs to the serx ant come to the foot of the st iirs quicl' . Yes yes she cried what is it what is it? ,oi only om. e ' ' ff 'broil' -s' he said. in ': you hid 1 fi 'ht W' your wife last nivht? Wh it w-is the trouble ? le i ig: Oh the same old think: ' Jing: Liquor? 'ijz . o Je "ed lm u couldn t. Temper-mental rithmetic 1 rn-nn plus 1 wife equals house worl' l nrm plus 2 wix cs tqufils worl' house. COMPLIMENTS REFD RADIO PLFCTRIQ LO IEANS SUMMER SCHOOL MISS JEAN Principal Teaches E. DUSIC L. LITMAN R MCCORMICK L 2 162 N U 2 . ' 2 2 1 J 51 So 2 2 gg 1th 1 g 2 .' g ' 2 2. X . - Ja L C KK 9 ' 3 1 . ' Q KK Y ,, SL 77 Y j Y i 1 ff ling HN 1 , tii to t Y 1 17 , vu 1 . f , x Y ff Y ff , ff 1 U. H. S. , K, i , 1 . , as , y li I 7' FD I 3 ll lc Xffli 1., 1 X L 1 X A c Vx J c L K L 1 1 w 1 1 J 4 J . 9 ow Q L L YW I ' L ! Adi..- .........- Q . E Warm Weather Suggestzons SHIRTS HATS HOSIERY C APS TIES BELTS Fig' GOLF HOSE SVVE ATERS PAJAVIAS C 1, to Dunn 5 Z K H XBERD XSHERY State Theatre Bulldm COMPLIMENTS HAGAN 8: LANDIS ATTORNEY AT LAW one Bell l 192 Derrltk Avenue Ihu stood on the Qtepo lt Hlldlll ht X U St I'he11 hpb wele closelx plessed um mv lh Old m m Me the S1 H U Spud one of the I old Dust huns e lht bulldog dld the wht Hele s ou1 th mee to mal e 1 de m mg U H S N C1191 on Sl ht Qeemg bus VK dih Othel Othm dom lephpd t he ton D home I POICCI t1awelle1 Is he I6'1IIX LK L um I i ONE YEAR SINCE M 8z W ASKED ME FOR AIN AD HOW TIME FLIES I Congratulate the CLASS OF 1926 H. S. CLARK DRUGS 16:3 ' I ' x gn . I L 1 L, U ,tm A , A. A' xx 'IJ .X ,A M 91 if W . A . , ,N - I A-rf-f . - . I f 'I 1' fl' I ' I Jkt , . w 1jE3,1'55:. X f I1 '97 I -,.'j.i:Ei:- ' , I 4' K I Q - - - - I A. . X Ph '- A rx , , ' ' . 1 . . - 2 2 , - 1 ' I ' . ' 1 1 . . v . f 1 I U l ., I . 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HP Al1TIEQ'l' LOW RAI ULAI IUNS Va el amle of Umxmtown High A pi s d tht test md 'Ire lbout to he launched Into Lollege or 1 bu mms c nur 1150 to those pupllq who ha1e been pro mf ted to hxffhel rafles Om 6 onqratulatwns Also Tn the Prlnclpll 'md Teachers of the Uniontown High School 11 ho h ne worliul 0 c0nec1Lnt10uQl1 1nd palnbtaklngls durlng., the pl t war to fit these muthful cltlzens for the battle of hit and to make them better and mole. canahle men and 110 man .7?a3enbaum If WWQWTQWHAQI FUNNILL Pal 170 L- J B W It ' X rt .' ' r i 'E I I I gi Es ' .. Q ,N 'i p 1 y 1 1 r 1 r 1 1 1 ' 'ci ,A K A I J A k , , ,F -PM . . . '.- . mul' W b ' s 's Who. having completed their full term, have successfully 19:9 1 .' . 1 1 2 , ' ' ' ' " v ' ' u' f , ,, ,, . B Y . 5 4, K 1 - aw 1 Q ' ' ' 9 ' I n 2 ' ' x 1 u 1 1 ' u ' ' ' - P o EJ , I ' ' I Q' - t THE MAPOON AND WHITF -......N:.'5 I f AE 5x15 AND SINX! 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I 1, v w 7 1 1 vw 9 4 I A K , I ' ' , 1. g , ,Wit Y av Gzfts forthe Graduate Perhaps you have a boy or glrl slster or brother sweetheart or frlend who IS a member of thls years GRADUATING LLASS And that brlngs up the questlon of an approprlate glft For most people lt lt hard to declde It need not be however Just come ln and let us show you the many beautl ful and appropriate suggestions we have fort this occaslon They are all useful Ulfts-glfts any graduate would appre uate We mention here only a few You will find many more when you come ln Fountaln Pens One of the most useful of all gxfts And we have the very finest pens made to select from SCHAEFER WATERMAN PARK ER pens and penclls Hnlsh Kodaks What boy or glrl wouldnt appreciate a Kodak for a gradua tlon present? A lastlng pleasure and happy re mlnder of Commence ment Day Tollet Sets Ivory or Amber sets Manlcure Sets Combs Brushes Compacts Perfumes and Perfume Atomolzers Tollet Waters speclal Gift sets of Powder and Shavlng Sets Hes shaving now or soon wlll be Buy hlm a GILLETTE or AUTO S'1ROP Safetv Razor brush and cup You can t go wrong on a glft llke this Statlonery Beautltul Glft Boxes for the Girl Graduates a. present any glrl would appreciate or she always needs fine statlonery Candy A box of sweets for the sweet Glrl Grad uate Beautifully ap proprlate gift boxes of Whltman Reymers Holllngworth and Llg gett Chocolates. FAYETTE DR G C0 Next Door to West Penn Terminal UNIONTOWN P-X 180 r 1 1 l i 0 nv . , . , . . . , , N . . . . . , 1 B. . - , . . ,. 1 ' Y n . . v ' 9 7 9 9 1' . I 0 . f - v 9 9 . I ' 9 . ' 9 ' ' I . in plain, gold, or silver Rouge. 1 . , . 9 , . . . H - . - I ' . s . . ' , , ' . K. . . Q , . ' - 9 9 - - s , . ' ' - O 1 Y 9 . . ' . . 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'+. -, W ', INTERILSI' WORKS AUTOMATILALI 1 Interest IS one of the Ureateet factore the world hae es er known for ll1Cl'02 91112 ITIOHCV lt works lutomatlcallw for vou when your funds are deposlted ln thus ink constftntlw Increasing sour account Fo fulls realwe the benetlt of this remarkwble force a person should malta re5.,ul'1r deposits We cordmllw sollclt sour ucount Rl' QOURL F9 OX ER 51 200 000 00 'lllt Rt ll NNPS lf MINFRS QTAI lt ll XNlx UNIoNT0wN PA lltdl1l6 fl ht llke helocs untll xoul goxxdel g,1x es out then lun On ac Count ot mx lheumattsm 1n thls leff I lt ld bettel strut nova UHS Some mothels should be 1l1f0l med t ut 1 ull l does not mem excel ent I I ddle So xou lt txmntx no IX u cont o 1 d ax ox Ll txxen tx one le Nell 1 x tllxGll Good neue of mx sclt LHS Jipfmese balm wanting Fnghslw tlade but not lxll0VK1Il0 hon to at It pu up tlns s1 n lhe ln est loa u IH IIORIO 184 T Y 1 7' J K1 ll ' y, L n 1 ' 4 7 3 ' . v L 4 K ' ' 'l. liz ', 1 ' ' If j . V ' . .1 1 1 v . J l 1 . 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A 192 ITS A PLEAQURE EVFN T0 WAIT' When xou 19 eallv for the show 01 lf xou 18 meetnn someone you won t mmd wcutlng., at the State Chances ale wou ll enjov lt Phlou hout the theatre ale lest looms and fo1 table seats sofas and dlvans QVGIXVWTIQIG cozx tornels he1e and thele that 1nv1te rest and lelaxatlon And alvs ays plentx of loom We ve made even vxaltmg a DISASUICY Dl1CCtl0U Penn State Amusement Co Inc OUR BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OI' 26 193 . 9 K 4 I N T 4 x v 7 . . I . ' 7 7 - . gm S I , . 1 . . lu 1 T 4 i 1 l I v , I . Y I 0' b I u C smoking rooms for men and women. Com- - . L1 f I ' -nv r - ' . . ' , , . v , ' Y - ' 1 I I ' . 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IUI IUQ LEVY UNIOINTOWIN S I EADING ONE PRICE LI OTHING HOUQE UIll0I'll0WI1 Penna XXIII dld 1 IIIIOXN th It 1 QI1 111 IX I alxwus IIIIIOXI the fnet match the fnst one 111111 IX II 61 11161 e 15 cl tlftx 1 IJIUDUSIIIOII II II NLIIL flftx 'rm 1newd1ess 1 1 nu DON T GROW OID Learn How to Keep Those Gnheh Lmes Call On Rosemarv Brownfleld Hagan Bulldmg Market Qtreet UHIORIOWH Pa Compllments Of Hugh s Flsh Market EDWARD HUGH Proprletor N0 469:18 Bay Blvd Whale Bass New Jersey 195 Q Y A 1 I J L A' I 'QL1 J A I , f J 5 ' 6 ll I ' . 9 N 9 . . " ' j ' 5111 ' ' z f'1'st 1 ' 111211 ' 2 'z,"?" I .4 ,, .S . - ' .. 1 , , away beczulse I've never been able to L light il Gig' on 2 j 'z-'." U. . S. ' II 'z Ma ' gg " ' " ' j-f'fty . " . i1 : .' U, 'z 1 fiftj for 2 1 1' hat! . v , , V "' 1 IATPST STXIP' Chirmmg Damples ANNA B I ARROLI Will Tell You Ham 'lhu Mn lie Obtuncd HII H SI H001 Sll DI N IH IRIN HI XR NI XlxllXI I ON I4 I OMPI IMI' N IS 01' Franus L Bron mug ROOVI 16 XIJUIULILN to WI N lohnson INHIDIXIHJIVANT THL BhST CAI L 5.30 For Ioe Wllller I F Larroll IHE QU XLI PY I eonard Bldg I,l1l0l1t0NNl1 L L E A N E R S Z0 Mor mtown Street 19 6 r 'WA' ' ' iii - ' -4 -- -W - A -- -L A 1 , 1 g A J 1 J. E 1 I ' 5 l 1 , 1 vr1 1 1 I A 1. I . . 1 4 6 I Y I ' 1 . L 4 A 9 14 J . 3 . V15 L A 1' I ' I 1 I , 1 . . . ' ' . '. ' ' I I Y 1 7 U I 1 1 1 171 ' 41 U1 1 I I 1 I 1A 1 1 1 1 4 . 1 1 rw 1 V1 1 lllm I 3 1 I Ol' 1 . 1 J 1 , f 1 1 I 1 1 . .' I 4 I I 4' , F ' Y. 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