Upper Arlington High School - Norwester Yearbook (Upper Arlington, OH)

 - Class of 1936

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' ' -. -- ,av -- '- -. -- . -if "-Y ' -'if' - nv .1--.1 f..,V . 11.155,-:'2i:, , . .f,,ga... rgL'.,.'v-iii,-..z33f' 'Pen a V-:Sf --fm-' h V' V HQFEZ-S-1-V.f2V-iV M5141-i:311FR!s'.91, . 'F "?"'V"3' 'f':'+"'?447-'f. X . ' "ig,-, .-I ,Q ' - "" "9'f' f:fv 4 JICANNE El.IZ.XBliTll SHAFFER-"Shaf" "All three L1ll!l1l'tlIL'J in one Personalily, ejicimzry, and fun." Class Secretary 25 Class Treasurer 35 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Torch 1, 2, 3, 45 Hi-Log Staff 15 Leaders' Class 3. 4 CPresJ5 Krazy Kapers 45 Norwester Stall 3 CGirls' Sports Editorj, 4 flfditorein-Chiefl. Denison University. DEAN WILLIAM PALMER "K0.rfi0ns1'bility walks hand in hand with rn- pavity and power." Class President 1, 2, 45 State Scholarship Team 1, 2. 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 CPres.J5 Krazy Kapers 45 llanrl l5 Torch 1, 2, 45 Football 1, 2, 3. 45 llaslccthall 2, 3, 45 Track 45 Varsity A5 Sen' ior Class Play, Glee Club 4. Ohio State. ll.XRGARET ANN SELLERSA'tl'eggy" "lu l1i'g1ic.vt esteem our .recrelary was hold." Class Secretary 45 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Hi-Log Staff 25 Leaders' Class 45 Krazy Kapers 45 Nor- wester Staff 4 t.Xrt EditorJ5 Senior Class Play. Ohio State. 4 , IPIX ORVILLE REEYES "The u11'r1'f1r of i'lI1!l'fL'.i'j'.H Football 1, 2, 3, 45 liasketlaall 1, 2. 35 rack 1. 25 Varsity .X5 Class Y. l'r:'siclent 45 Hi-Y 2, 3. 4 KY. l'res75 Krazy Kapers 45 Norirester Staff lC'irculation Blgitj 3: flloys' Sport Edie torb 45 Senior Class Play. Ohio Slate. aww? 1! will RO'llERT DREW ADAIR "'lloh" "At first l1i.r gremxtmmr wax not known Hut utwzcf his iilvilifgr lit' has .r1mwf1." Basketball 4 CMgr.l5 Varsity .X5 Track 45 Class Treasurer 45 Xorwester Statt' 4 illusi- ness lNIgr.J. Miami University. JEAN A LBERTA LOVE-"Lovey" " :Tis better to be small and .rliiuc Than to be large and ms! a .rluzrifm'." Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Associa- tion 2, 3, 45 Leaders' Class 4 ll'resj5 Krazy Kapers 45 Secretary of Class 3. Ohio State. ELOISE HUGE TURNER JU "She loves not many :words but har a snzoufli and ,rteadfuxt Iilillfllfl Torch 1, 2, 3, 45 State Scholarship Team 2. 3. 45 Krazy Kapers 45 Norwester Staff 4 Ql,it- erary Editorj. Ohio State. STIN RALPH JONES "Always ready for a bit of fun, But never rlzirking when warlrir Vl bc dorm." Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Tennis 2, Zi, 45 Varsity A5 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4 fTreasurerl5 Class Treasurer 45 Krazy Kaiirrs 45 State Scholarship Team 1, 3, 45 Torch 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 3, 45 Class Propliesyg Senior Class Play. Ohio State. Page Nia' M.XR'l'll,X LOL'lil?l'l'II I ll I R Nlfntx ".S'l1Ac' s alfvczys Nami 11111111 ,go 1d ll mul 1 f1'1'1', .Wm 1ir11zrc's, .1116 gldmm vuzzlu 11f'1m Uzxklzmsl High 1: .Xrlmg,t1111 P lf serves -lg Krazy lxapels 4 Ohio State. ' JAMES GR.Xll.'XlVI XX ILQON l1m "Tl11'1'f ix Ilf'fllllIQ Izk in 11 0 L1 Buy Scouts 1. 2. 3 ll1 luotlma illgnlg Varsity A I'mpl1esy. Denison Ulliversit 1. 3 VVILl.l.XM EDXYARD "An flflllffllf .vfar gram! .vta111l." Iluncl lg Orchestra Y. President 3g lxrizy l mms 2 H, 4 1Secret:1rylg flee 1 uh K, 45 Basketball 1111 F 4 Varsity A. N Ohio State. K1XTllI.liliN l.ORR.XI'Xl' l R XNlxQ xxv 'lllurk hair, .Yllilliilg mes ,llvrry lumzzw, sims a 11 llzaskethall lg Girls A IC IL 590014111111 Ji, 43 Girl Rcsers s 7 Pres Qheer l.e:11ler 3, 45 li1'a7 x11 ra Semm Play. Ohio State. Page 1.6711 JANET lil.lZ.XlIl-ITII KING "HY 111171' 1111117.11 Ja111'1 a long 1111111 mid 11111 A 1111r'1' 11 111'x1'1'11 10'1.'111m' 111'1' 111'11u1'.'i 1 lilac Vluln I, 2: Girl Reserves ig Torch 1. -1 ' Krazy Kapers 4. V 1111111 511116. 1 Ylx l1Il.l,UN liollllful-:1l" .ll11l' 'zu' l1f,'L'!1 IICIII' 111111 11.v1'11g 11." llaml 1, 23 lloy Scouts 1, 2, 232 lfoolliall 1, 3, 43 Ilzxsketlizxll 2, 33 Track 1, Z, 3, 4g Yarsitx X f N rox f "YU, 111' lmx fill! 5111111' nf :1'11, X l 1 5 irazy Kzlpers 4, llifY 2, 3, 4. Ohio Smit. EIJVVARIJ Sllllxiilfx XVUll.l.lf-"Illini" H1121 111111111 111,111 111110, B111 711' likv 1l1111." llamiltmi lligzh 1. 2, fi, .X1'lingt1m 4. Iifiami University. ll.XRKllfT MAYNARD Sllilf ".5'11c'x 1111 11 fl1m'c1', 11111 11 111r11r1, f11.v1 11 11.111113 all 111'11z111d ffirlf' Girl Scouis I, 2, 3. 4, Girls' .Xthlelic AQFoci:1- tionpql, 2, 3. lg Glee Club 1, 2. 01110 htutc, 724jA,Zfif1f' ,gf-4-4 'I .ff J! FRANK IIICNRY HOXVIC "l1111'l1 for .rf'1'C11 111111 1'111i111'11111'c." Football 1, 2, 3, 45 CCaptJ Basketball 25 Track 1, " 'rsity .Xz Vlass V. President 13 lresiclent 35 lli-Y 2. 3, -ig Krazy 3, 4g Norwcstcr Staff 4, Torch 4. KEEXAN l1liI..XM,XTliR "fix .rz111'1'1 a di5f10.r1'1i111z 115 l11lj'0lZC could iUisI1." A. N Xl. Consolirlatecl, Texas 1. 2, :ig Arling- ton 43 Girls' Athletic Association 43' Girl Reserves 4. Ohio State. l-IIZ,Xl2l'f'l'll TANE M,XRTlX-"RIartv" "ll'1'1l1 gr111r1' 111 'IUIVIL 111111 ,l1'Ill'f to hold." Class Secretary 13 Kilce Club 1, 2g Girl Rc- servcs 2, 3, Krazy Kzlpcrs 4: Norwester Stal? 4 Cfirciilation Mgrjg floss VVill. Ohio Slate. WMKQEZZW R EI D ALLICN 4'.hlf'l7lllf 111111' and 71111 if you 10011111 176 csfccimld 11x 11 man of 711C'l'11.H Glee Vlulm 15 llanfl 1: Orcliestra 13 Track 1. 4 13153.11 llaslcetlmll Zig lfrxothall 3, 45 Var' sity .Kg V. Pres. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. 1'ur1luc lhiiversity. Page Elczfcu X 1. ROIZICRT WAYNE NOSKICR, JR. "Holi" "His limbs were vast fin mhfzlv molll. lim- hardy sports and t'o11ft'.t!x lmlllf' Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, Ii, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4 CCapt.J3 Varsity .Xg Ili-Y 2, 24, -lg Krazy Kapers 4. Ohio XYesleyan. MARJORIE GENEVIEVE DEXIHJW'-",le1'i'y" "She is neither bold noi' shy, IIOIIKFX' or Quint, Slick just right." Orchestra 13 Glee Cluh 1, 2. 3, 4g Krazy Kapers 43 Senior Class Play. Ohio Stqte. r EANQE ISZVLER GARDNER "IJ1'g11ifcd as any senior xhoulll hu. Jeanne has made a fuvoluzblc 'l'IlIf'l'L'XXl-UI! zzfimi hcl' friends." Girl Reserves 25 Krazy Kapers 43 Norwestei' Staff 4 fCirculation Mgr.7. Ohio State. ROBERT HOUSTON RAYMOND-"Bob" "No sinner or no .mint perhaps. But well, the 'very bert of cl1aPs." Rocky River, Ohio 25 Arlington 1, 3, 45 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 15 Tennis 1, 3, 45 Track 1g Varsity Ag Band 1. Ohio State. Page ,Twelve IMOGI-INE CATHERINE ALBRECHT-"Im" "Come and trip it as you go Ou the light fantastic toe." Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4 CCahinet 354 Torch 2, 233 Krazy Kapers 4, Lheer Leader 3, -lg Senior Class Play. Ohio State. EDVVARD DAVID SCHORR, IR.f'lEd" "lfVo1'tl1. fouragc, honor, these indeed your szlslcizazzuc and bfrtlzrighf are." Roy Scouts lg Football 23 Track 3, 45 Varsity .Xg Krazy Kapers 4. University of Cincinnati. Cll.XRl.liS IQLSUN R.XRlfYf"ChuCk,' ",Y1ixall l-ll .vfafzlrv hut his .Statue looms large on our Xllllll.Y of lmuf' Band 13 Orellcstrzi lg lli-Y 2, 3, -tg Football 2, 3, 43 llasketlmzlll 3, 4, Golf 4, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Yzirsity .Kg floss XYill. Ohio State. ELIZABETII .XNXIC MORG-.KN-'4Detty" "Hers rmlltkv thot llf.vt1'1lg11z'.vl1Cd looking fw'r'.coJL Oh, yas, its l3t'lt3'." Glee Club 1. 2. Cl. lg Girl Reserves 2, -lg Girls' .Xthletic .Xssocizilion 4. Ohio State. l . .fl . - 4,-ll x-'Qt 1 I i ,4l.....-. ARTHUR BENJAMIN CLYMER-'I'Beuny" "lf :uc could lilrxorb 0710-lllllf of his k11tm'lcilgt', lflfc than might all go to college." 4 Football 2, Tennis 2, 3, 45 State Srlmlzxrslauu Team 35 lliAY 3, 45 Krazy Kapers lg St-nitvr Class Play. A Oberlin. www C ELIZABETH LOUISE FICKEl.l.!"llctty"v "Betty is one of the most friendly of our fr mills, Be acquainted with hor and sec." Girls' Athletic Association 3, 41 Girl Reserves 3. 45 Krazy Kapers 4. Ohio State. RL"I'II JANICE GRINSTEAIJ "Small and tlcmurc is Ruth," Girl Scouts 1, 2, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 45 Girl Reserves 2, Glec Club 1, Z. Ohio State. 4 ROBERT MICHAEL SCHWARTZ-"Rolf "Not very tall, not very small, But fair and lust and liked by all." Band 15 Boy Scouts 1, 2. 35 Krazy Kapcrs -1: Football 2, 3, 4 fMgr.j5 Track 4 Chlgxzlz Varsity A. Denison University. 'R I -lj I A' vvkg-ff I , . . 'L 'gcc' 'n21.,:':':' 71 .MARGUERITE JANE BEAVER a B, 1 " 'ight ax ihc sun tier eyes the gasers strike, And lilac thc .mu they shine on all alike." Crestview jr. Iligh 15 Arlington 2, 3, 45 Girls' Athletic Association 2, 3. 45 Girl Reserves 2, 3 lCabinetl, 4 QV. Pres.Jg Leaders' Class 45 Glce Club 2, 3, 45 Krazy Kapers 4. Ohio State. FREDERICK HENRY STAMM-"Fred" "l'l"itli his zoo:-ls lz1:'.r well vonleut xffcixtf' football 1, 2, 3, 45 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Varsity A9 Ili-Y 2, 3, 45 Krazy Kapers 1, 45 State Scholarship Team 1, 45 Torch 2, 3, 45 Boy Scouts 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. 45 Glee Club 1, 3, 45 Norwester Staff 4 Cllusiness Mgizlg Class Prophesyg Senior Class Play. Ohio State. me For his high .school days liaee been rrcll X 1 HERBERT EUGENE TODDf"llerb" "I f'I'I!fL'SS not talking only this Let each man do his best." Football 4, Track 45 Varsity A5 Hi-Y 3, 45 Ili-Log 2 Clfirculationb. Ohio State. ALICE MARINA GARCIA "Alice was not fortunate to share in all our days here, But we have enjoyed her company this past voor." II.'N. Academy, Tampa, Fla. 1, 2, 35 Arling- ton 4. Ohio State. Page Thirteen 8121111 MURl'llY RYAN-flue" lfi'l1v1z it comics to bring modern, Joe is right llicrc 4 Thi' .raid liz' rim do the Cliclrllxrfnu and ilzt' pole -rlmlt too." flass Y. President 15 Glee Club 43 Ili-Log 1, 7 LQ Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2. 3, 4g llaslcet- ball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4g Varsity Ag Clziss History. Ohio State. DORIS l'ERl.liY MANUEL-'iPerley" Yport is llcr hobby, The gymnasium lzcr lobby." asketball 1, Varsity Ag Torch 1, 2, 3. 4: State Scholarship Team 35 Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 4 Q'l'reasurcr 2, Presiflent 45, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4 CC21hinetbg Nm'- wester Staff 4 Cliusiness Mgr.J: Leaders' Class 45 Krazy Kapers 43 Senior Class Play. Denison University. - - V. s., 4' L4 . RU l ll FORREST -1- -' To play .rnniclime secured 0111-Vx1'fgllf,' S40 ieasing way liur gran! t17L'll'gflIl',ll Horace Mann Jr. lligh lg Arlington 2. 3. 4: Glee Club 2, 43 Girls' Athletic Association 4: Girl Reserves 4, Krazy lizipcrs -1. Ohio Stale. l I I ICN JANE Cll.XI.MliRS There arc' soma fwwple rulmm wr Inmrr mul zvlzain :cc fc'i.i'lz to lumix' ln'!tc1'." Xshlaml Hi li 1 2' Arlinvinn 34 4' Girls' .Xili- S 1 y 1- . . letic Assngizitinn 35 Girl Reserves 3. 43 Torch 33 lxmzy Kapersg Senior Class Play. llenison University. Paqt Faurlcen 1 'll f am Q WILLIAM EUGENE DURRANT-"Gene" "Take it easy, have your fun And let the old world flicker on." Boy Scouts 13 Hi-Log 23 Ili-Y 2, 3, 4, Krazy Ixapers 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 33 Track 1, 2, 49 Varsity Ag Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 Cfaptj. Denison University. VIVIAN ELIZAl!lE'I'H TRIPI'-"Trippy" Ufil'ZUl1j'S jolly, full of fun, She is liked by L'7'e1'y1111U." Girls' .Xthletic .Xssociatiuu 2, 3. 43 Girl RC- serves 2 3, 4: Torch 4. Ohio State. MARY LOUISE STEPIIAN "l1'ra7u'11 cyar lzux fllfs little 7lL!Y1'l1'L'Il, All nfiilz ,vpurl-l1'1zg lz11111ar ladcnf' Girls' Athletic Association 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl Rea serves 2, 3 CCabinetj, 45 Glee Club 1, 2. 7' 43 Krazy lizipers 4. Ohio State. 40 MARION LOUISE PORT "Sho speaks, .rlle IJL'l1af'U.v and avtx as slzz' 1111gl1l." tilee Cluh 1, 2. 3, 4g Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4: Krazy Kapers 4. Ohio State. 'W 1111- 1 ', ."'7'. I! NOEL DAVID NVORRIQLL- -"l1z1ve" "lz'4'.r 1111's to bi' 11111111111 r.'l1u11 j'01l,YC 11ut111'11llj,1 1llfL', Footlmll l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity IX. Ohio Slate. NORMA .XNNE LUEISKER 'f.S'il1'11uu is 1111111' 11111x1'ual 1114111 11113' .w11g." ' o lilee I lub 2. -1. Uliiu Slate. Xl,XR'l'll.X ROSE SNOLfl"l"lCR -"Marty" "Thr 1111'Ida.rt 1111111111'1' and llzc gv11fl1'.rt IIl'!l1'f,', Lilac l'luh 15 Girl Scouts 1, 25 Girls' ,Xthletii .Xss-Jciation l, 2. 3, 4. Ohm State. f , 1 LAQK, " 'f . f 1 Ol.IYliR NYliLt'll IIORD "'1l11- 111111'1' I ls1111w, I h'll0fi', I lrim I la1111:1', I lr1111u1 IIIC less." llasketlmzill 4 t5lgr.Dg Varsity lizipn-rs 4, Ohio Slate. ii' , Ag Krazy Page Fiftvwz F af XL 5? gl-,, . .,.m.N., , ' 1 I I ww gs' Sf.l'fUU1I aahlfdwm 37"""'L ..,,. " f 9 A ' x MEMOIRS OF DAVEY JONES LOCKER Since there is no more future to the class of '36 at Arlington, we take up the task of writing its history. Out of the forty who started in the first grade at Arlington only thirteen have received their entire education in these halls. These thirteen veterans are- Genevieve Denbow, Norma Luebker, Betty Morgan. Martha Snouffer, Vivian Tripp, Janet King, Jim Hayhurst, Oliver Hord, Reid Allen, Dean Palmer, Bill Schenk, Fred Stamm, and Joe Ryan. The following persons were officers during our sojourn in high school: Freshman-Dean Palmer, President, Joe Ryan, Vice-President, Elizabeth Mar- tin, Secretaryg Jimmy Walker, Treasurer. Sophomore-Dean Palmer, President, Frank Howe, Vice-President, Jeanne Shaffer, Secretaryg Jim Hayhurst, Treas- urer. Junior'-Frank Howe, President, Bill Schenk, Vice-President: Jean Love, Secretary, Jeanne Shaffer, Treasurer. Senior-Dean Palmer, President, Dix Reeves, Vice-President, Peggy Sellers, Secretary, Justin Jones and Bob Adair, Treasurers. During four years in high school, this class took its place very capably in all school functions. The girls represented the class in the G. A. A. and girls' basketball, which was discontinued after our freshman year. The boys upheld its honor in football, basketball, track, tennis, and golf. Both the boys and girls represented the class on the Hi-Log staff and on the Scholarship Team. This class also was outstanding socially. The first social event of our class was the Sophomore Hop. The next event of any importance was the Junior- Senior dinner dance, which, without a doubt surpassed any yet given. Next came Krazy Kapers, the first event of the Senior year, this too, outclassed those put on before it. The credit for this is' due to the various committees and those taking part in it, who worked tirelessly to make it a success. The Senior Class play came next and this too set a standard to keep future classes on their toes. Our last social event of high school was the Senior-Junior dance which was such a success that it will be difficult to equal it. Naturally, all the members think our class is far superior to any that has departed before us. Let us not forget the debt of gratitude that is due our faculty for the assistance they have given us in the successful completion of our high school course. ' JOE RYAN. THE CLASS WILL OF I'-736 We, the Class of Nineteen Hundred and Thirty-six, do hereby and forth- with state and publish these vices and virtues as our last will and testament, and solemnly bestow them upon our underclassmen: Jeanne Gardner wills her giggle to Shirley Overbeck. Jim Wilson bestows his genuine golden locks upon Helen Drayer. Oliver Hord leaves his loving-cup ears to John 0'Brien. Janet King bequeaths her Mae West air to Beverly Gabrio, Bill Schenk leaves his prowess in basketball to Hank Dowdy. Frank Howe gives himself to Donna Lee. Kay Franks leaves Pete Hershberger to those jealous Sophomore babes. Bob Snyder wills his "he gambled a three cent stamp" physique to Harold McBride. Page Sezeuteen Jimmy Walker will tell a car-load of second hand jokes to anyone who will listen. Herb Todd leaves his technique in beating the tardy bell to Lucille Risley. Merb Seely bestows her "come and get me" look upon Dorothy Hohenstine. Joe Ryan leaves his humility to Bob Howe. Im Albrecht wills her "beeyootiful" voice to Birdie Schmidt. Ellen Chalmers bequeaths the care of Willamae Payne to Sue. Bob Nosker leaves his cocky strut to Jack Sellers. Gene Durrant wills his form Cgolfj to George Kepley. Pete Albanese bestows his studiousness upon Ted Held. Jim Hayhurst might give Mary Ann his gold football some day. Ruth Forrest leaves her beaming countenance to Patricia Worrell. Bee Tripp wills Jack Younger to the Junior Class. Rutli Grinstead leaves her hot stuff swagger to Mary Mulholland. Peg Sellers submits her record number of boy friends to future generations. Justin Jones bequeaths his subtle sense of humor to Bill Dauben. Dave VVorrell wills his Miami tan to Ewing Boles. Dean Palmer leaves behind a mob of weeping and wailing females. Jean Sanborn relinquishes Bill to next year's football team. Fred Stamm bestows upon Sam Conrad his love for Lincoln Zephyrs. Phyllis MacDonald leaves her Irish brogue to Bob QOn the Maharroj Faught. Jeanne Shaffer wills her queenly tread to Jeanne Fletcher. Norma Luebker bestows her quiet reserve upon Jack Conard. Eloise Turner leaves her gray hair to someone who likes to worry. Bob Raymond bequeaths his ice skating to John Seidel. Ellen Mocbel wills her Virgil papers to Fergus Tbeibert. Ed Schorr leaves his courage in Civics class to another brave Republican. Bob Schwartz wills to John Kelley his hckleness. Martha Liter wills her dancing feet to Ralph Martin. Doris Mandel leaves her basketball ability to Ruth Smith. Bob Adair wills his curly locks to sister, Harriet. Jerry Denbow wills her sophistication to Mary Kay Balthaser. Ed Dodd wills his "Clark Gable profile" to Goebel Heusch. Jean Love leaves her hair ribbon to Dave Taylor. Marguerite Beaver wills her Big Brown Eyes to Kay Pack. Betty Fickell gives her freckles to Sam Clark. Elizabeth Martin bequeathes her Pepsodent smile to Bud Greer. Alice Garcia leaves the Florida winter to Columbus. Benny Clymer wills his antics to the first grade. Marion Port leaves her sweet disposition to Jean Stiverson. Reid Allen gives his blond locks to Bill Sanborn. Martha Snouffer leaves her Struggle-buggy to Ann Millholland. Rachel Delamater wills her perpetual smile to all of us who feel downin-the- mouth on Mondays. Mary Louise Stephan leaves her "Oh, kid-" to Francis Held. Harriet Sage bequeaths her horse-back riding ability to Mr. Jackson in case his puddle-jumper breaks down. Dix Reeves wills his gambling spirit to Evelyn Majeau. MARIBELLE SEELY, ELIZABETH MARTIN, CHARLES RAREY. THE UNFORTUNATE ENDING OF THE CLASS OF '36 lThe Class Prophecyl "All ashore thatls going ashoref' As the cry rings out we see Ed Dodd, Camel's Star Reporter, dashing up the gangplank. With one final leap he lands on the forward deck amid cheers from his former classmates. As you know, this is the fifteenth reunion of the Class of '36 aboard the S. S. Golden Bear. It is the year of 1951 and many changes have occurred in our former classmates. Ed steps over to congratulate Doris Mandel, the famous woman tennis player, on her latest victory. As we walk along the deck we see a group of famous doctors discussing the possibilities of the Hyperblosis Schlerosis theory. As we approach we see that they are our old friends, Dr. Ryan, Dr. Nosker, and that great woman physician, Dr. Sage, with her nurse Ruth Forrest. Striding down the deck, we see the Honourable Herbert Eugene Todd, Am- bassador to France, discussing problems of State with Mary Louise Stephan, the prominent woman Senator. A little farther down the deck we notice Jeanne Gardiner, President of the XV. C. T. U., standing on the rail lecturing to a small gathering, among whom are Kay Franks, Rachel Delamater, Betty Ann Morgan, and Jean Love, former chorus girls. Letys stop a moment and see who is present at the Trades Meeting. There's Jean Sanborn of Shaffer and Sanborn coffee, Cour old classmate Jeanne Shaffer being deceasedj, Bill Schenk of Schenk's Superior Sausage, and sitting together are Martha Liter of Liter Lamps, and Vivian Tripp, noted manufacturer of Stumble Stairways and Escalators. They are all attentively listening to Mar- guerite Beaver, the itinerant lecturer, telling of her trek through the Dark Con- tinent with Norma Leubker, the famous explorer. But enough of this. Let us turn into the Salon and see what's up. As we enter the door, our eyes are attracted to a group over in the corner. It's jimmy Walker, the Millionaire Playboy, learning a new tango from Senorita Alice Garcia while Imogene Albrecht, The Lonesome Cowgirl, croons Bud VVuille's latest ballad "Cartwlheels.', Over there by the radio we see Martha Snouffer, Marion Port, and Betty Fickell listening to Uncle Petey Albanese read the latest Funnies. There are our outstanding Arlington Sportsmen discussing the possibility of Tpana U. beating Hale in the forthcoming chess classic. Frank Howe is the Coach of the Tpana team, while Gene Durrant is a famous Golfer. Bob Snyder is the only Jockey to have won the Tennessee Top Hat thrice in a row. Bob Raymond is holding down the right wing of the Toronto Maple Leaf's Hockey Team. There's Dr. Rarey's Flea Circus. Let's mosey over and see who is watching it. There is Reid Allen, the gentleman farmer from Indiana, "Snoop" Schwartz, the Newspaper Columnist, and Dean Palmer, the Financier. Let's go out on the deck and see how the weather is making. My but it is getting cloudy. It looks as though it might storm. VVhy, there are Marybelle Seely and Elizabeth Martin, the missionaries, passing the tambourine while Ellen Mochel, the Latin Teacher, a dress designer by the name of Chalmers, and Ruth Grinstead, The Broadway Entertainer, listen to the Salvation Army Trio of Janet King, Eloise Turner, and Genevieve Denbow. fC071iff111-lfd on page 891 Page Nmefeen 20 21. 23 27 21 24 28 30 27 Page Twenty HI-LOG September Football practice began with a bang! Also a new coach. School started-Oh, dear, more new girls than boys. Classes have begun-two new English teachers, Miss Rea and Mr. Johnson. First football game-Westerville Qtherej. VVe won 26-0. "The new girls aren't so bad,', says Chuck. More classes-the freshmen are beginning to wonder who invented this "Yes Mami' and 'fYes Sir" stuff. By the way I wonder who's boss, Mr. Johnson or us? Groveport game-VVe won 31-O. Everyone got to play. Tony Aquilla paid us a visit today. October London game-We won 53-6. Who's afraid of the big black fullback? Say, wouldn't gold footballs look nice, boys for should I say girlsj? "Lover's Lane" is the new name which has been affectionately attached to the front hall. Wonder who got clumsy and broke his ankle? Nice going! Our backfield rated the Dispatch. Wonder what boy was locked out of his locker and couldnit prepare for one tough history test? CTo bad D. PJ Gahanna game Cherej. Victors again-33-6. Didn't Graf get the gang going? The football boys have organized a K'Booster Club". I guess the gals can't yell loud enough for 'em. Grove City game fherej. Another score on our side, 79-0. Boys! What did they do to Seidel's eyes? My didn't Mr. Jackson look nice today in his new brown suit! Hi-Y Hallowe'en Carnival at school and a good time was had by all. November Worthington game ftherej. Don't ask who won-who always wins? Score- 53-13. Yea, Arlington! Arlington football team again smeared all over the sport page! Grandview game fherej. And that long-hoped for victory was a reality! Amid the cheers of hundreds of spectators the Golden Bears romped to a score of 25 while their opponents came out with exactly 0. And say, how did you like that gorgeous little blond-you know, the homecoming queen? Cute, wasn't she? What's wrong? No Donna--no Frank? I wonder-did Mr. Jones clear the hall, I mean Lover's lane? Bexley game ftherej. The final game of the season and was it a grand finale! That score, 25-O meant one big thing to the boys-an undefeated season and with that, those dangling, glittering, pieces of gold molded into a football which come to only perfect football teams. Basketball practice has started. Mr. I-Ieischman, do your stuff! We're all about crazy working for Krazy Kapers and can our boys dance! December First basketball game-Worthington Cherej and the score was 46-o in Arlington's favor. Football Banquet-Bill Weigel's Orchestra. The banquet was top-notch but we're wondering just how long the boys will keep their footballs. fConfinuvd ow page 102D MELODIES OF THE MATES Ruth Forrest-"Let's Have A Partyf, Alice Garcia--"In An Old Spanish Town." Jean Sanborn-"Love in Bloom." Ellen Mochel-"Wl1at's the Name of That Song?" Norma Luebker-"Just a Blue-Eyed Blond." Eloise Turner-"A Little Bit Independent." Janet King-"Ah, But Iive Learned." Jeanne Gardner-"I Found a Dream." Maribelle Seely-"Was It Just a Summer Romance ?" Kay Franks--"Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder for Somebody Else." Doris Mandel-"Shooting Highf' Jerry Denbow-"Sophisticated Lady." Elizabeth Martin-4'Out of Sight, Out of Mind." Frank Howe-"You've Gotta be a Football Hero." Martha Liter-"Dancing Feet." Jeanne Shaffer-"Jimmy Had a Nickelf, Mary Louise Stephan-"Dark Eyesf, Jimmy Walker-"Night and Dayf, Herbert Todd-'KThe Gentleman Obviously Doesn't Believe." Bob Snyder-HThe Man on the Flying Trapeze." Charles Rareye-'KA Mile a Minutefl Jim Hayhurst-"It's an Old Southern Custom." Oliver Hord-"Bicycle Built for Twof' Reid Allen-'6Gotta Date NVith an Angel." Bob Nosker--"Love, Is the Sweetest Thingf' Joe Ryan-"P. S., I Love Youf' Ed Dodd-"No Other One." Bob Raymond-"Skaters Waltz." Bob Schwartz-"I'm in Love All Over Again." Bob Adair-"Contented." Rachel Delamater-K'Under a Texas Moon. Imogene Albrecht--i'I'm Singing the Blues." Ellen Chalmers-"Too Many Tears." Phyllis MacDonald-"My Wild Irish Rose." Marguerite Beaver--"Collegiate" Ruth Grinstead-"So Shy." Jean Love-"You Hit the Spot." Harriet Sage-"Crazy Over Horses." Peggy Sellers-UI Love a Parade." Bee Tripp-"I Faw Down and Go Boom.' Bill Schenk--"I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen." 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V ' . -1, . X 3 7. Uwe' WM '- ,:' "" 7 4,5 .X mam. '2 1 1 i-f f J l ' ' ' fu " A ' mfs! - -' f- g, ' A W., -'-- 1 ,sim 5.343 . X, '- V. ---- A , y d ' "" I f- . --,, .. . , r, fig, Uv .3' Vw an Nw . Page Twen fy-Sc FRESHMEN FIlasT Row-Barbara Miller, Ruth VVinders, Lana Sanor, john O'Brien, jack Sellers, Tom Wilson, Jean Hershberger, Marjorie Sanborn, Florence Parker, Betty Hall. SECOND Row-Patricia Robbins, Marian Burclorf, Amy Leonard, Helen Bloss, Ernestine Althoff, Barbara Milburn, Mary Louise Hutchinson, Susan Stoltz, Marjorie Garvin, Joan Hohenstine, Nancy Martin. THIBD Row-Mary Blackford, Helene Tefft, Marilyn Johnson, Hazel Fitzhenry, jane Ferguson, Virginia West, Julia Benbow, Jean Davis, Laura Lee Pfening, Frances Arant, Phyllis Gramling. FOURTH -Row-George Pack, Tom Wuichet, Ross Allen, Bob Deaton, Virginia Hunsicker, Carr Grossman, Willis Hodges, Bob Ives, Robert Naclaline, Raymond Hoddy. FIFTH Row-Jack Burket, James Allen, Foster Franks, Richard Bell, Kenneth Morgan, Ted Miller, Howard Nucld, George Heath, Dick Best, Bud Jaeger, Bob NVilson. SIXTH Row-John Schmidt, Ed. Zartman, Dick Raymond, Bob Reed, Pete Sayers, Fred Hall, Bus Gruesser, Ed. Sampson. SEVENTH Row-Charles Heath, jack Burrell, Bud Rinearson, Bob Faught, Owen Heusch, Guy Peterson, VVallace Evans, Reed McClelland, Keith Forrest. .ABSENT-Bill Nowe, Mary Mullholland. uw 7'rcr11f3'-Iiigylzi , .WT MMT Gm if 1 53? W K' s 'Y' Y 5 yi Q 'mm 'X' X? 2 ' -' H W Y -ku ' if S 1 fn is --,:- I A M 4 W A fp, M . 1 ,ga if 5 is N k I Vllb J W, a i ,. ..A.. 5 Q,.,, Q 1 "" '. K ,,.,,. M2 ,,, .. R ., by My A guy .AMW - S xg, A ,V f x , " ,Li ,i 'sm "' A! xv, an ,u w ' I if ' 14-pg.. 41 ' wwf M of' . ' , Q MWWK l'ug1v Y'iuw1iy-.Yilu v Tagc 71l1lYI'fj EIGHTH GRADE FIRST ROW-Bob Anstaett, Dick Folk, Bill Smith, Bob Crane, Mike Khourie, Dan Dupler, Jim Courtney, George McLure. SECOND Row-Rita Jeanne Brown, Joan Galbraeth, Marcia Overbeck, Joyce Tefft, Ann Beale, Shirley Arthur, Betty Grover, Mary Ann W'hite, Betty Nell Sanor, THIRD Row-Doris Huffman, Mildred Dawson, Mary Jean Tice, Nancy Howe, Patty Gardner, Peggy Par, Marian Brinstead,,Yirginia Forsythe, Marjorie Meuser, Martha Edge. FOURTH Row-Parmer Redman, Bill Knoderer, Kathleen, Lucas, Doris Smiley, Joy Fitz- Henry, Marjorie Mochel, Victoria VVood, Bob Hamlin, Bob Maynard. FIFTH Row-Ed. Shaffer, Frank Jarvis, Jini Andrews, Jim VVilce, Terry B'eale, Jack Folkerth, Charles Reading, Phil Miller, Cub Gardner, Bob Murphy. SIXTH Row-Jay Tripp, Eugene Milliken, Bill Heath, XVillis Fidler, Francis Held, Jack Schwartz, Don Casto, Cy Miller, Dick Lorey. ABSPINT-H3FYlCt Foreman, Georgianne Hawkes. SEVENTH GRADE FIRST Row-Billy Holderle, Bob McKay, Jim Baynes, John Parker, Hobie Munsell, Bill Kerr, Keith Johnson, Earl Isaly, Buddy Hoffman, Jim Harmon. SECOND Row-Martha Fletcher, Mary Wuille, Barbara Shain, Martha Edgar, Barbara Shipley, Marilee Carlson, Ellen Jones, Ann Shuttleworth, Joan Jackson, Marilyn Bath, Patty Ann Adkinson, Peggy Shaw. THIRD Row-Virginia Dowdy, Madalynd Maddox, Nadine DeNVitt, Nancy Grover, Sarah Joseph, Jane Palmer, Beatrice Sampson, Maryanne Fisher, Mary Anne Nudd, Jacqueline Benfer, Miriam McIntosh, Helen Anne Boles. FOURTH Row-Marguerite Hillman, Pauline Blackwell, Dorothy Starr, Gloria McDonald, Dorothy McCollister, Marilyn Gardner, Joan DeLong, Caroline Fisher, Peggy Moffett, Gloria Beckman, Genevieve Leonard, Nancy Xliood. FIl4"I'H Row-Malcolm Dodge, Bill Keiier, John Zartman, Warren Purduni, Carolyn Guard, Gloria Martin, Lois Pike, Margery Howe, Bob Mouch, Bill Calder, Andrew Scott. SIXTH Row-Jack Heath, XYayne Rittenhouse, Dick Barr, Paul Selby, Peter Held, Dean Postle, Bob Snouffer, Dean Axene, Harry Steele. ABSPIXT-RUdj' Bard, Jack DeHamel, Fred VanDuzee, Bill Crawmer, Kirk Schaible. Page Thirty-O11 Page Th irty-Two SIXTH GRADE FIRST Row-Albert Ives, Billy Hall, Pete Solh, Bill Bass, Jack Bolen, Gerald Graff, Jimmy Schuler, Jack Kight, Bill Davidson, Bob Mason, John Sanborn, Howard Gerlaugh. SECOND Row-Catherine O'Keefe, Emmy Lou Siebert, joan Hayden, Norma Taylor, Ioan Galbreath, Gloria Pqling, Mary Jane Charles, Jane Albery, Marilyn Darnell, Marion Taylor, Imogene Seiller, Wanda Taylor, Joan Barcroft, Martha Morris. THIRD Row-Miss Beery, Irene Icenhower, Marjorie Bell, Mary Jo Smith, Connie Park, Virginia Beale, Caroline Carlile, Joyce Donley, Kathryn NVest, Mary june Sammett, Marilyn Graf, Mary Lou Kennedy, Marilyn Heiss, Miss Symons, Mr. Davis. ' FOURTH Row-Jane Hamlin, Barbara Courtney, Ruth Fitz-Henry, Marjorie Almy, Annetta Albanese, Martha Liefeld, Marion Donham, Alice Jeanne Haworth, Madeleine Means, Anita Albanese, Marjory Raredin, Nancy Bottman, Christine Holderle, Marjorie Fauber. FIFTH Row-fCarl Bell, Warren Jones, Dick Schwartz, Bruce Carroll, Blaine Sickles, Jane iCha.p'pelear, Rosanne Wilce, Patty Gillespie, Evelyn Means, Edward Binder, Bill Schleck- man, Ralph Baker, Sam Moore, Dick Shank. SIXTH Row-Bill Somers, Dave Putnam, Jim Betts, john Setzer, Bill Leonard, Louis Halley, Fred Slager, Gill Brehm, Lloyd Stout, Dick Redding, Harry Miller, Charles Knowl- ton, George Mechling. SEVENTH Row-Guilford Gerlach, George Landis, Bob Miller, Bill Tou Velle, Dick Matchett. ABSENT-BHFDHFH Taylor, Sally Watson, George Simeon, Julia Fraher, Bill Best, Don DeWitt, Bill Ketchum. FIFTH GRADE FIRST Row-Jean Moffet, Aubrey Hamilton, Alice Parker, Phyllis Spangler, Roberta Stoltz, Cora Jane Baxter, Joan Rinker, Mary Ann Brehm, Shirley, Blackwell, Martha Long. SECOND ROW-Miss Schnieder, Mary Alice Hall, Kydie Meeker, Hazel McKinnon, Lillian Hiestand, Jiulia Gardiner, Lillian Brush, Martha Irwin, Barbara Hickman, Patsy Leonard, Miss Rickets. THIRD Row-Priscilla Smith, Lorraine Schuler, Myrtle Chamberlin, Judith Hawks, Mar- garet Ann Rittenhouse, Gloria Lovett, Ann Gruesser, Peggy Hall, Mildred Calder. FOURTH Row-Luke Green, Howard Graff, Keith Robinson, Nancy Wilcox, Io-Auda Saxbe, Eleanor Eckirt, Peggy Matchett, Jack Hood, Billy Bodenhamer, John Fauber. FIFTH Row-Dick Davis, Tom Brown, Billy Meuller, Bobby Blackford, Gordon Buck, Nelson French, Jack Woodruff, Fred Pfening, Bob Nowe. SIXTH Row-Miller Toombs, Lee Barnes, Robert Wilkin, Bailey Adair, Bobby Geohagen, Harry Postle. ABsENT-Marilyn Darms, Joanne Haydn, Jack Kight, Dicky Seibert, Blaine Sickles, Madelaine Means, Marjorie Raredin, Ennny Lou Seibert, Barbara Van Duzee, Betty Lou Ketchum, Lou Halley. Page Thirty Thfree age' Tlzfrfy-190111 FOURTH GRADE FIRST Row-Marion Sanborn, Bobby Shaw, Robert Gerlaugh, jack Leifeld, David VVil- liams, Russel Means, Peggy Parker, George Harkrader, Paul Smith. SEt'oND Row-Dick Taggart, Bobby Best, Lois Riubrecht, Gene Irion, Betsy Grossman, George Curtice, Martha Hobart, David johnson, Harry Richey, Mary Campbell, Joan Parker. THIRD Row-Mr. Henry, John Best, Ralph Khourie, Pamela Geohagan, Sally Lou Charles, Mary Lou Dumliauld, Patricia Mulligan, Harriet Morris, Nancy Lou Briggs, Mar- garet Bennet, Mary Pollard, Jack Jackson, Miss lXVorkman. FOURTH Row-Joan Peterson, jim Crane, Charles O'Brien, Dick Oderbrecht, Bobby Fidler, Jane Campbell, Nancy Lou Baker, Mary Louise Walker, James Donhan, Mary Boyd, Katherine Joseph. ' FIFTH Row-Sally Parker, jack Carruthers, Charles Meehling, Charles L. Lewis, Bea- trice Benfer, Dick Unclirich, Edwin Hamilton, Bobby Youngquist, Sally Miller, Polly Means. SIXTH Row-Robert Masters, Bobby Purdum, Doris Monett, Ann Fulton, Arthur Grambling, Gayla Gerwin, James Kepley, Dan Carmack, Nancy Ann Casto, janet Bailey, Billy Collins, Sybl Gramlich. .ABSENT-JOY Schmidt, Gwen W'atson, Sara Hemming, Susan Maddox, Kiehner Johnson. THIRD GRADE FIRST Row-Prudence Almy, Lois Sherman, Bliss Evans, Mary Yardley, joan Meusser, Virginia Tripp, David Pollard, Virginia Grinstead, Carol Grad. SECOND Row-John Rarey, John Selby, Donald Overbeck, Marjorie Reeves, Sally Ann Baker, Harriet Means, Elena Price, Nancy Evans, Sally Gabrio. THIRD Row-Io Ann Moore, Dolores Parker, Helen Harder, W'alter Burdorf, Mary Smith, Nancy Heistand, Roberta Myers, Rose Ann Johnson, Phillip Folk, Nancy Jean Saltz. FOURTH Row-Miss Smith, VVilliam Khourie, Teddy Binder, Tommy Seibert, Roger Berlin, George Brush, E.loise Edwards, Marilyn Barcroft, Janet Lany, Henry Landis. FIFTH Row-Willa Mae Guard, Tim Harrison, George Risley, Bill Dalton, George Eckelberry, Barbara Hoskin, Esther Pace, Billy Sims, Dannette Davis. Ned Green. SIXTH Row-Shirley Munsell, Jean Bonner, jimmy Jackson, -Ieretta Murphy, Nancy Lou Dawson, Robert Tou Velle, Jack Sampson. VVarren Howard, Richard Knell, Franklin Halley. ABSENT-RODCft Defenbaugh, Sue Smith. Page Thirty-Fir'r' Pugc Tlzirty-S1'.r SECOND GRADE FIRST Row-Billy Holland, John Schooley, Jack Postle, Jimmy Eckelbery, Henry de Hamel, George Knight, Robert David Steele, Brooke Calder, Bill Hanaford. SECOND Row-'Miss VVhitmer, Bryan Belcher, Dick Carlile, Bob Hamilton, Nancy XVolf- ley, Patsy Mechling, Jane Pohlinan, 'Carol Jane Gregg, Marilyn Moore, Robert Donley, Mack Haworth, Miss Coe. THIRD Row--Barbara Maddox, Marian Masters, Elaine Keller, Lucy Brush, Marion Fisher, Mary Alice Shank, Charles Chuler, Sylvia Adkison, Ruth Eillen Blower, Hugh Nelson. FoUR'rH ROW-Billy Jaeger, Kenneth Lisy, Robert Hood, Billy Guthrie, Sue Harkrader, Howard Downs, Lois Jean Overbeck, Lester Ostrander, David Galbreath, Joyce Love. FIl"'I'H Row-Dick Edwards, Jack Munsell, Virginia Bitzer, Mary Esther Park, Ellen Sherman, Beverly Arthur, Zuelle Toombs, Alice Baker, Madelyn Sickles, Dorothy Alden XVilce, Marian Elizabeth Couch, Kathryn Dowlen, Robert Reinhart, Charles Hamilton. ABSENT-Charlotte Taylor. FIRST GRADE FIRST ROW-Richard Britt, Bill Millhon, Paul Gerwin, Roger Smith, David Dodd. SECOND ROW-Patricia Redman, Nancy Nowe, Jane Maize, Russel Davies, Ann Pierman, Harriet Hobart, Tom Giles, Bill Groeniger, Johnny Hoskins, Marilyn Egel. THIRD Row-Miss Wurster, Dareth Axene, Jane Gramlich, Bea Helen Downs, Peter XVilliams, Billy Lewis, Carolyn Campbell, Bobby McKelvy, Cynthia Tou Velle, Virginia Brush, Bobby Setzer, Miss Shedan. FOURTH Row-Dickie Brown, Jimmy Johnson, Nancy Sanor, Doris Ostrander, Jo Anne Greiner, Marilyn Folk, Bobby Roberts, Jo Anne Edwards, Pete Gregg, Jimmy Price, Stan- ley Jones. FIFTH Row-Jack Gorskey, Tommy Frye, Tykel Blackeney, Jimmy Davis, Betty Jean Davis, Bobby Chamberlain, Judson Millhon, Eleanor Jo Cox, Howard Orth, Bobby Hoag, Carol Bailey. Page Thirty-Sc-vm Payv Tlzirly-li1'g11f THE LAND OF DREAMS COME TRUE The major project of the year for the third and fourth grades was an operetta, "The Land of Dreamsu, given on April 17th, under the supervision of Miss Lawyer, Miss Smith, Mrs. Worlciiiaii, Mrs. Davis and Mr. Henry. CAST OF CHARACTERS Betty ..... .... lk Iary Lou Dumbauld Bob .... ....... H enry Landis Peggy .... Paul .......... Mother Goose. . . The Old XYoman Bo- l 'eep ........ Jack Horner . . . Queen of Hearts Boy Blue ....... Miss Muffet .. Son -lohn .... Jill ...... jack ......... Contrary Mary .. Ninible .lack .. The Giant . . . The l'ieman .... XVho Lived in the Shoe .... The Crooked Man .... Old King Cole .... Three Fiddlers . Tom, the l'iper's Humpty Dumpty Simple Simon . . . . . . . .Shirley Munsell . . . . .Billy Collins . . . .Nancy Casto . . . . .Janet Bailey . . . .Barbara Hoskins . . . .Richard Unkrich . . .Lois Louise Rubrecht . ..-lim Crane Marion Sanborn . . . . . .John Selby . . .bl o Ann Meuser . . . .Philip Folk . . .Helen Harder . . .David Pollard . , . . .joan Peterson . . . .Kiehner johnson . .. .Daniel Carmack . . .George Harkrader . . . .Arthur Grambling, james Kepley Charles Mechling Son . . . ..... George Risley ....Robert Masters ............jack Sampson Included in the cast were choruses of Pixies, Playmates, Roses, Daisies, Blue Bells, and Gardeners. Page Tlzirfy-.Vina Page Forty For the first time in the history of the Norwester the children of the first six grades have ben given a place of their own in this book. The following ar- ticles are representative of their class and individual work. XVe, the editors, ap- preciate these contributions and hope that the greatest interest in the Norwester shown by the elementary grades will continue for the years to come. FIRST GRADE September 16, 1935 : We set sail today in the ship "Grade I", Seeking adventure in Work and fun. Captains Shedan and Wurster will guide us through Our hrst year voyage, till we board "Grade H". june 12, 1936: After many good times we arrive today At Vacation Port for a summer stay. VV e have learned to read and write and spell, To count and draw and sing, as well. All forty-seven of our friends so true Are ready now to embark in "Grade H". SECOND GRADE December 2 5: "Welcome to Germany," sings a group of children as our boat docks at Ham- burg where Christmas festivities are in full swing. f'Welcome mothers, fathers, and children," they all sing. "We're afraid we can't stay as we're on a long journey and can only look in for a moment." January 20: "Welcome to the North Pole," says the Eskimo wrapped in his sealskin coat. We must hurry along. March 15: A klop-kloppety-klop is heard coming toward us-Oh yes, it's our Dutch friends in their queer Wooden shoes bringing us bouquets of tulips and hyacinths and bidding us "W'elcome". April 25: 'Tis spring. Weire home again. What a good time we have had! THIRD GRADE Birds Birds of spring again are here, The ones that Hew away last year. NANcvLoU DAwsoN. january 20, 1936: Preparation for our voyage to Bird Land. Learning to rec- ognize birds and their names by playing games. January 27: january 29: February 4: February I8 : Set sail today. Sight our first birds, Cardinal and Blue jay. Sailor Evans saw a Crackle today. Downy XYoodpecker and Quail seen off starboard this morning. February 23 Bird Land can't be far. A Meadow Lark sighted this morning. March 4: Morning Dove seen by Skipper Overbeck. p March Q: Flicker and Cedar XVaxwing. Arrived at shore of Bird Land. March Io: Started to build bird houses. April 6: Building finished. Place material in yard for nesting. April 15: Jenny lYren decided to use Helen's cocoanut house for her home. April 16: Esther discovered a Robin's nest with four blue eggs on a April 22 : window ledge. Made a tour of Bird Land to find how many different birds we could recognize. FOURTH GRADE VVe have been midshipmen on the "Arlington" for four years. This year Captain Vllorkman took us on a round trip to Davy Jones' Locker. Instead of using a diving helmet or going down in a glass bottom boat, we decided to go down in the bathysphere which we had seen at the Century of Progress Exposition at Chicago. As we were lowered, we noticed that red and orange colors could not be seen. Next yellow was gone, and at two hundred feet green had faded. At eight hundred feet the sun still shone, but at one thousand feet below the sun had gone forever. C At two thousand feet we saw huge fish which were six feet long. These fish had their own traffic lights attached to long streamers. Vlfe saw viper fish one inch in length, others which looked like small airplanes, and still others which could throw out a blinding fluid. Some of the strangest fish live in this blackness. Some have big eyes, others have big mouths, some have no eyes at all, and still others have tail lights or head lights. VVe brought some of these queer fish back to the ship, but all of them died because the pressure they were used to had been lessened. After spending about three hours down at a depth of three thousand feet, we lost our fear of being water-inclosed. YV e found the Bathysphere Kingdom stranger than any other land we have seen this year. Page Forty One FIFTH GRADE Our Trip to Europe After Christmas was over, XVe started on the S. S. Arlington. We headed for England, Then on to France. Germany next with all its toysg On to Switzerland noted for cheese, Belgium and Holland little and lowg Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, sailors since the first. Russia, we can tell, is about the biggest on the earth. Spain, the art gallery in Madridg Italy, friendly people everywhere. CORA JANE BAx'1'IsR. SIXTH GRADE The Good Ship Arlington Two days out of Liverpool Wfeather: Stormy. Sea: Fair. The Sixth Grade Midshipmen have been using B. deck stage for their play about the Middle Ages. They have written it themselves about a stolen Hour Book. The Fifth Grade Midshipmen and passengers sat around watching it. This was their second experience, as earlier in the voyage they had given three Greek plays. They also made miniature scenes in geography and history. Two white rats got into the hold. One got into the milk supply and the other into the coca-cola supply. VVe found them both this morning. The one that drank the milk was much fatter than the one that drank the coca-cola. 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Jeanne Shaffer Make-up liditors .... ..l2llen Nloehel and Lucille Risley Business Manager ......... .................. D oris Mandel Assistant llusiness Managers . .. .Fred Stannn and lloh A-Xdair Circulation Manager ............ ..................... l Dix Reeves Assistant Circulation Managers... ..,leanne Gardner, Xlarihelle Seely, Elizabeth Martin Literary Iiditors. . . . . .Jeanne Orr and Eloise Turner Art Stat? ....... ........ I "rank llowe, Peggy Sellers, Beverly tiahrio. Dorothy llohenstine Sports lfditors. .. ............................ jean Sanhorn and Ted lleld MUTINY ON THE NORWESTER YYhen some one hit on the ship idea, we thought it would he smooth sailing. But it wasn't-it was mutiny. Mutiny on the Norwester. The lirst few weeks of sailing went along hne. ,XII the mates were chosen and assigned their posts. The eireulation of this log was the least of our wor1'ies. but the lwusiness end of it looked like the prorerhial deep hlue sea. That's when the mutiny started. The eries changed from "XYe want a ship" to "XYho Wants a Ship?". Not wishing to he annoyed hy the disturbing utterances ot' these naut- ically-erazed individuals, we threw them gently into the lmrig until they would comply with our inspiring slogan. 'Fail On". These choppy seas hindered our sailing for ahout three weeks. There were many times when we all wanted to jump overboard. hut some one always seemed to throw us a life-saver. liut now. at journeys end, although wt-'re all just a little sea-siek. we can look lnaek on that voyage as one of experienee, responsibility. and work-the same qualities any mariner must have for sueeessful sailing. hllaixxmi Srmififlzit. lltljlt' l"m'iy-Tlzrr f KRAZY KAPERS Fnesr Row-P. Matehett, M. Stephan, M. Port, J. Sanborn, J, Gardner. J, Love. Si-:coxn Row-P. Sellers, J. Shaffer, K. Franks, Ii. Chalmers, E. Martin. M. Seely M. Liter. THIRD Row-I. Albrecht. B. Fickell, IJ. Mandel. E. Turner, R. Forrest, M. Beaver, J Denhow. FOURTH Row-F. Jarvis, G. Heath, C. Heath, J. Ryan, P. Alhanese, B. Schwartz Jones, B. Snyder. Fnf'rH Row-Boh Nosker, D. Palmer, F. Howe, B. Clymer, F. Stamm, E. Dodd, G. Dur- rant, B. Schenk. SIXTH Row-Jim XYallcer, D. Reeves, J. Seidel, E. Schorr, O. llord, Bill Xosker. Dreams come true. :Xt least it seemed that way to the committee and those who were in charge of the Senior Class annual production of the Krazy Kapers. All who saw this year's variety show were of the opinion that the entire evenings entertainment far surpassed any in previous years-and were we glad! Much of the praise due the show belongs to the general committee of which Eloise Turner. the chairman, Kay Franks and Janet King were memhcrs. Roses to these girlsg through their tireless ettort the show was a success. This committee was well assisted hy the promotion and ticket committee of Jeanne Ciardner. chairman, Bob Schwartz, and Peggy Sellers. The tinancial success was the result of their ine work. These committees were greatly assisted hy most of the lnemhers of the Senior Class whose marvelous cooperation was the driving power of the show. Since this yearls production ended the life of Krazy Kapers in the school, the committee thought it best to have something ditterent from anything ever CCT0llfl.lllIt'tf on page 1075 Page Forly-l"o111' 1 ,J- THE SENIOR CLASS of UPPER ARLINGTON presenfs "GUESS AGAIN" DIRECTED BY s. R. JOHNSON THE CAST janet Moore fa college girlj .... .............. Bill Douglas Ca college boyj .,....,. Henry Grimes Cowner of the Innb .... VValdo Fitts Cporter at the 111115 ..... Mrs. Skinner Ca guest at the lnnj... Dora Mae Cher d3llglltCl'5 ......... . Olive Orclway Ca health fadclistj .... Marcella Jenks Ca reporterj ........... Lord Wig'glebotto111 Cfrom Ellgldllilj .... Bertie Bloilgett ffrom Englancll ...,...... S. H. CSoak-'Em-Harclj Pratt Clxankerj .... Renee Lamour Qfrom Hollywoodj ..,.... Lulu Perkins fa newspaper-columnistJ .... Sol Messer Ca movie magnatej ..,.....,. ...Peggy Sellers ....Jim XVilson ....Dix Reeves .....Justin jones ....Jerry Denbow . .Maribelle Seely ..Ellen Chalmers Imogene Albrecht . . . .Dean Palmer ....Fred Stamm . . .Fien Clymer .....1xay Franks . . . .Doris Mandel . . . . .Pete Albanese Page Forty-Five Page Iforfy THE JUNIOR CLASS PLAY 'iShirt Sleevesu, the first play ever to be presented by a junior class of Upper Arlington High School, was a huge success and set a high standard for future junior and senior plays. Mr. Samuel R. johnson, a new member of the faculty, did an excellent piece of work in the directing and staging of the domestic comedy. The cast of characters was as follows: Esther Rand ................,........... Theodore Rank. . . Diana Rand ..... Norman Aldrich . Franklin Rand .... Julia Rand ...... Kitty ......... Clarissa Scott. . . Midge NVaring .... Donald Rand ....... Richard Crandall .... Auctioneer ........ Elmer .......... liidder ..... Cashier .... Alpha ......... "Omega" ....... Margie Scanlon ..... Ist Baggageman. . . . 2nd Baggageman .... - S L1- .......jayne Flick ...........jack Miser . . . . .Carolyn Mylander . . . .Donald XYilliams . . . .Fergus Theibert . . . . . . .Jeanne Orr . . . Birdie Schmidt . . . . .Betty Irwin . . . . . .Kay Tice . . . . Dave Taylor . . . . Ilill Sanborn ........llill Dauben . . . . . . . .Ralph Martin . . . . .Mary Ann Dowlen .. . . . . . . .Carvel Telft . . . . . . .Janet Ingham . . . .Beverly Gahrio ........I1etty Lewis . . . . . . .George Kepley . . .Donald Postlewaite BOY SCOUT TROOP I2 FIRST Row-Dean .-Xxene, Bill Kerr, Cub Gardner, George McClure, jim XYilee, Bill Knoderer, NYarren Purdum, jay Tripp. SECOND Row-Jack Heath, Tom XYuichet, Ross .-Xllen, Dan Dupler, lVayne Rittenhouse, Bob Hamlin, Bill Smith. Bob Crane. THIRD Row-Jolm Parker, jim Haynes, Dick Folk, Bill Keifer, Bob McKay, Hobie Munsell, Buddy Huffman, Keith Johnson. FOURTH Row-Jack De Hamel, Bob Murphy, jack Folkerth, Ted Miller, Charles Read- ing, Frank Jarvis, James Andrews, Ed. Shaffer, Bob Maynard. FIFTH Row-Dick Long, Dean Postlc, Paul Selby, Buddy Heath, Bud Heath, Pete Sayers, Bud Rinearson, Bill Heath, Ed. Zartman. Al?SENT1Iqlldy' Bard, John Chamberlain, Walter Connolly, Jim Davies, Dave Faehnle, Carl Faehnle, Herman Lande. Dick Lorey, Sam Miller, jack W'ilee, Fred Slager, Andy Scott, Bob Mason, junior Grate. Troop I2,S activities during the past year were a lot of fun. NVe started the year with a line group of recruits, and ended it by putting on a good show at the scout eireus, besides being one of the best troops in the Northwest Division. The troop is very proud of its Scout work, having, at one Court of Honor, twenty- eight boys up for Second Class, First Class, or Merit Badge work. Ben Rmmnsox. Page Forty-Ssz'vn Page Forty-Eiqllzt GIRL SCOUTS, TROOP 46 FIRST Row-E. Means, J. Benfer, Mrs. E. P. Leonard, M. Mclntosh, H. B'oles. SECOND Row-J. Jackson, E. Jones, N. DeVVitt, G. Leonard, M. VVuille. TIfIlIzD Row-K. VVest, J. Palmer, B. Grover, L. Pike, S. Joseph, G. McDonald, B. Sampson. .ABSENT-N311Cy' Grover. This year, Troop 46 has been working under the direction of Mrs. Russell Means, Mrs. E. P. Leonard, and Mrs. William Grover. Many of the girls have passed six requirements or more We have one second class scout. We have had many interesting meetings this year. Mr. Knepper of the American Red Cross talked about first aid. NVe visited a maple syrup grove and saw how maple syrup is made. Also, we inspected the Bell Telephone Company offices. Some of the girls in our troop gave the play "Little VVomen" at the Art Gallery. Each patrol planned two meetings at which we did many different things. Our troop has a family which We take care of every Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. Our troop was two years old this spring and we hope to have many more happy years of scouting. GENEVIEVE LEONARD. GIRL SCOUTS, TROOP 45 FIRST Row-F. Parker, V. Wood, Mrs. B. VV. Shipley, Mrs. D. M. DeLong, C. Fisher, B. Miller. SECOND Row-M. lfletcher, B. Shipley, B. Sanor, P. Blackwell, M. Carlson, R. VVinders, M. VVhite. THIRD Row--J. DeLong, L. Sanor, C. Carlyle, J. Benbow, V. West, M. Grinstearl, M. Hillman, M. Smith. FOURTH Row-V. Hunsicker, M. Howe, M. Garvin, B. Milburn, S. Stoltz, H. Bloss, M. Tice, F. Arant, P. Gramling. Girl Scout Troop 45 was organized in 1929 and has been continuously active. VVe're proud to say that many girls who started with the troop are still with it and wish to remain members. About two-thirds of the girls have passed their second class work and are working hard on lirst class badges. This spring, every other Tuesday, the mem- bers who wish to earn their hostess badges have been going to the Bond Bakery and attending a demonstration on this subject. This summer we hope to continue our archery which we took up last year and as a result many will be able to get their archery badges. Early this winter, the Upper Arlington Company presented us with a "little house" which the other troops of Arlington also share. It was repaired and some furnishings were given to us by the Civic Association. BETTY NELL SANOR. Page Forty Nme Page Fifty GIRL SCOUTS, TROCP 5I FIRST Row-Patsy Leonard, Joanne Hayden, Mrs. John NV. Means, Priscilla Smith, Joan Rinker. SECOND Row-Aubrey Hamilton, Emmy Lou Seibert, Cora Jane Baxter, Mary Alice Hall, Nancy XVilcox. THIRD Row-Julia Gardiner, Madelaine Means, Margaret Rittenhouse, Marjorie Rarden, Martha Irwin. Mrs. J. XV. Means is our Scout leader and Mrs. G. N. Seibert is our Lieu- tenant. There are fourteen girls in our troop. XYe have done some of the most interesting things. XYe had one of the patrols give a play about the Scout laws so the girls would learn them better. The others guessed which laws they were. Every year at Lazarus! there is a Girl Scout Tea which is very enjoyable. Another important event was when a woman came to the Municipal Building and talked about birds and showed pictures with a picture machine. MARTHA JEAN IRWIN. GIRL SCGUTS, TROOP 47 FIRST Row-Martha Leifeld, Marilyn Heiss, Mrs. H. B. Donley, Mrs. L. A. Taylor, Alice Jean Haworth. Barbara Taylor. SECOND Row-Marilyn Darnell, Mary Jane Charles, Mary Jo Smith, Marilyn Graf, Mary Lou Kennedy, Nancy Bottman, Christine Holderle. THIRD Row-Joan Barcroft, Joan Galbreath, Jane Hamlin, Marian Taylor, Barbara Hickman, Marth Morris. FOURTH Row-Sally Watson, Patty Gillespie, Jane Chappelear, Rosanne XVilce, Joyce Donley, Mary June Sammet, Marjorie Bell. Aissisxr-Jane Albery. Mrs. L. A. Taylor, captain, and Mrs. H. ll. Donley, lieutenant, are the leaders of Troop 47, which consists of twenty-six girls. The four patrol leaders are Joan Barcroft, Mary Lou Kennedy, Mary June Sammet, and Joyce Donley. The troop scribe is Joan Galbreath, and the treasurer Martha Liefield. The troop is planning a Mother's Day party. It will also be the troop's first birthday. The girls are working on Second Class, and some of them have passed their bedmaking, cook- ing, table setting, and knot review. BARBARA TAYLOR. Page Fifty-One Wm' Alt' Ififl ORCHESTRA FIRST Row-Ruth Smith, Don Williams, Peter Held, Martha Fletcher, Dick Spangler, Frances Arant, Caroline Fisher, Bob Anstaett, Dick Best. SECUNU Row-Patty Ann Adkison, Betty Jackson, Ernestine Althoff, Paul Selby, Charles Heath, Sarah Dodd, ,lane Palmer, Ellen jones. THIRD Row-Jacqueline Benfer, Jim Hayhurst, Mary Louise Hutchinson, Joe Anstaett, John Schmidt, Bud Hayhurst, Joan De Long, Bob Maynard. FOURTH Row-Ross Allen, Bus Gruesser, Pete Sayer, Fredl Stamm, Francis Held, Dean Axene, Jim Courtney. Due to some new additions from the fifth and sixth grade orchestra, we had a good sized group this year. In spite of many difficulties, Mrs. Davis did her best to keep us together, and we came out greatly improved. VVe hope to improve even more in the future as we should, to merit Mrs. Dlavis' hard work, patience and time. With the kind cooperation of all high school talent along this line, We should have a really good orchestra in the near future. RUTH SMITH. BAND FIRST Row-Jacqueline Benfer, Dick Spangler, Owen Heusch, Don Williams, Bill Smith, Charles Heath, Carr Grossman, Willis Hodges, Bob Anstaett. SECOND Row-Bill Keifer, Ross Allen, Joe Anstaett, Peter Held, Wallace Hayhurst, Dick Bell, Mary Louise Hutchinson, Parmer Redman, Eugene Millikin. THIRD Row-4W'ayne Rittenhouse, Bob Maynard, Joan De Long, George Heath, Jim Hayhurst, John Schmidt, Bob M-urphy, Dean Axene. FOURTH Row-jim Courtney, Bus Greusser, Fred Stamm, jim Mechling, Harold Mc- Bride, Keith Forrest, Pete Sayers, Francis Held, Dean Postle. .-Xnsl-:NT-,lim Lemley, Cub Gardiner. Now in its eighth year of progress, the Upper Arlington Band is still under the excellent supervision of Mrs. Davis, our competent director. For the past two years Mr. Todhunter, our trumpet and trombone teacher, and a former trum- pet soloist with Sousays Band, has given us his untiring services during our Tues- day morning practice sessions. On May the second the band, along with three other high school bands, went to Lancaster to play in the yearly Band Festival. Although we did not play for football games this past season, mainly because many of our players were new and experienced, we will be seen in action in the coming years. JIM HAYHURST. Page Fzftg Three Page Ififfy-lfnzf , GLEE CLUB FIRST Row-Charles Carls, john Schmidt, Don Williams, jack Sellers, Tom Wilson, Ross Allen, Tom VVuichet, Jack Burket. Sscoxn Row-Frances Arant, Amy Leonard, Mary Louise Hutchinson, Ruth Smith, Betty Morgan, Marjorie Garvin, Ioan Hohenstine, Martha Crane, Ruth Anne Huff, Barbara Miller. THIRD Row-Mary Blackford, Betty Jackson, Mary Kay Balthaser, Shirley Overbeck, Helen Bloss, Marguerite Beaver, Phyllis Gramling, Marilyn Johnson, Helene Tefft, Vir- ginia VVest. FOURTH Row-Mary Louise Stephan, Lorraine Van Ordstrand, Mary Mullholland, Betty Gerrow, Barbara Milburn, Ruth Forrest, Jerry Denbow, Marjorie Sanborn, Lana Sanor, Ann Millholland. FIFTH Row-Justin Jones, Paul Seekins, Buddy Heath, Bud Heath, Bill Schenk, Ben Shipley, Keith Forrest, Fergus Theibert, Franklin Gruesser, Bob Reed, Dick Best. SIX'r'H Row-Bud Rinearson, jim Mechling, Harold McBride, Jim Hall, lVallace Evans, Dean Palmer, jim Walker, Fred Stamm, Bob Faught, Pete Sayers, Joe Ryan. ABSENT-Sarah Dodd, julia Benbow, Jane Ferguson. This year the Glee Clubs centered their attention on the cantata, iAROS3lllL1llClC,,, by Franz Schubert. It was presented May I5 in the High School Gym and took the place of the operetta given last year. Needless to say, "Rosamond" was entirely successful due to the tireless efforts of Mrs. Davis and the cooperation of the chorus. The Glee Clubs wish to thank Mrs. Davis for her help throughout a year of enjoyable work. TXITARGUICRITE BEAVER. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADE ORCHESTRA FIRST Row-Barbara Courtney, Keith Robinson, Christine Holderle, joan Galbreath, Jo-Auda Saxbe, Pete Sohl, Miller Toombs. SECOND Row-Martha Morris, Shirley Blackwell, Priscilla Smith, Madelaine Means, George Landis, Gill Brehm, Cora Jane Baxter, Bob Mason, Miss Schneider. THIRD Row-Lee Barnes, Howard Gerlaugh, Dick Shank, Fred Slager, John Setzer, Jack Hood, Billy Bodenhamer, Don De VVitt. FOURTH Row-Bob Miller, Bill Best, Bill Schleckman, Nelson French, Jim Betts, Billy Mueller, Sam Moore, Guilford Gerlach. ,ABSENT-lNd:yftlC Chamberlain. Our Fifth and Sixth Grade Orchestra has thirty-two members. VVe practice every VVednesday after school, under the direction of Miss Schneider, and our boys and girls have been very faithful about coming to practice. Some of us have been taking lessons for several years, but others have just begun this year. We are planning to give a program in May. This program will include four orchestra numbers and about ten special numbers in which dif- ferent groups of instruments will be represented. VVe are looking forward to the time when we can join the High School Orchestra. Page Fifty Fwe Page 171'f1'y-.S'i.1' GIRL RESERVES FIRST Row-Evelyn Majeau, Justine Carmack, Doris Mandel, Jean Stiverson, Marguerite Beaver, Kay Franks, Donna Lee Brown, Birdie Schmidt, Ruth Smith, Martha Crane. SECOND Row-Miss Rea, Mary- Stephan, Vivian Tripp, Mary Kay Balthaser, Jane Flick, Ellen Mochel, Betty Jackson, Jean Love, Margaret Wittmer, Miss Schultz. THIRD Row-Vivian Slater, Louise Bath, Lorraine Van Ordstrand, Ann Millholland, Marion Port, Rachel Delameter, Betty Lewis, Peggy Sellers, Carolyn Mylander, June Durrant. FOURTH Row-Jean Sanborn, Shirley Overbeck, Mary Ann Dowlen, Janice Hagerty, June Knowlton, Helen Drayer, Janice Simons, Betty Morgan, Ellen Chalmers. FIFTH Row-Lucille Risley, Jeanne Shaffer, Dorothy Kromer, Betty Tobin, Janet Ing- ham, Kathleen Pack, Jeanne Fletcher, Jeanne Orr, Betty Gerrow, Betty' Irwin. SIXTH Row--Martha Liter, Ruth Anne Huff, Dorothy Beaver, Ruth Forrest, Betty Igickell, Betty Reeves, Kay Tice, Im Albrecht, Adele Seckendorff, Mary Jane McKinnon, arah Dodd. ARSENT-Peggy Miller. The Girl Reserves began their campaign for new members with a skating party. The idea, as well as the campaign, went over grand. Many new members were taken in. Our program chairman, Lucille Risley, outlined a program which extended over a long period. By means of speeches made by club members, this program traced the life of an ideal high school girl at school, at home, and in all phases of her life. When this series of discussion was completed, Dr. Burkhart spoke on "Is Religion Passe ?" Gur first project was the annual Christmas party for the children at the Northwest Community Center. Gur annual bridge tea, and style show, which we held at the Y. W. C. A. on March 21, was, as usual, a success. JEAN STIVERSON. HI-Y FIRST Row-Mr. Cavins, Dean Palmer, Dix Reeves, Bill Schenk, Justin Jones. SECOND Row-Jim Davids, Wesley Shaffer, Charles Rarey, Jim Hayhurst, Wallace Hay- hurst, Bob Snyder. THIRD Row-Jim Wilson, Bill NVuille, Bob born, Don Postlewaite. FOURTH Row-Jack Younger, John Kelley, Jim Lemley, Joe Ryan, Don WVilliams FIFTH Row-Herbert Todd, Jim Hall, Fred Bill Nosker. SIXTH Row-Gordon Miller, George Kepley, ABSENT-BCH Clymer, Fergus Theibert. Rarey, Reid Allen, Carvel Tefft, Bill San- Gene Durrant, Bob Nosker, Frank Howe, Stamm, Jack Graff, Ted Held, Jim Walker, Pete Herschberger, Ed. Dodd. The officers for the Hi-Y club this year were: Dean Palmer, Pres., Dix Reeves, V. Pres., Bill Schenk, Sec'yg and Justin Jones, Treas. The first activity of the club was to assist the G. Rfs in sponsoring a Home- coming Day. A queen was selected but strange to say she was a member of the Hi-Y's, not the Girl Reserves. Anyway, the whole affair was a riot. The annual Hallowe'en Carnival came next. This aEair offered everyone in the community a good time and all the organizations a chance to increase their treasuries. The Thanksgiving program, carried out with the help of the Girl Reserves, was a huge success this year. Both the students and the teachers carried out the plans to perfection and all the families were amply cared for. Arlington's Hi-Y basketball team didn't fare very well in the preChristmas leagues, finishing about sixth in each league. CCOn'1inurd 011 page STD Page F ijt y-S even , ,V SCHOLARSHIP TEAM FIRST RHXY-XvlX'lHl1 Slater, lfllen Moeliel, ,lean Stiversnn, liillll Sanur, Louise I!atl1, Helene Tefft. Sizeoxn RU11'-TQ111 XY11iel1et. Marjorie Saiilwrn. Jean Siilllltlfll, June KHOWITUH, Ji-1lliCC Hagerty, Beverly Gahrio, Holm Hillllllll, Hob Anstaett, THIRD ROXY--162111116 Orr, Martha Crane, Ruth Smith, Eloise Turner, Jean llerslilmerger, Marjorie Garvin, llorothy Krmner, jeanne Sliaffer. FtwL'R'r11 Rim'-Ilulu Rarey, john Kelley, Joe Ryan, Dean Palmer, lfrecl Stannn, jim Lein- ley, Justin Jones. The State SCllUl2lTSllllb Tests were lielrl on May 2 at Ohio State I:1llVCl'Slty. Upper AA1'llllg'f0I1 was 1'eprese11tecl by the ftilltmwiiig stnclents: john Kelly, ,lim Lemley-Clieniistry: Bob ,'XllStZU3fl, Bob l'l2lll1llll-GCl1Cl'Zll Seienee: .loe Ryan, Frecl Sta111111il'l1ysies1 -leanne llC'1'Sl1l761'gC1', Tim XY11iel1et-.Xlgelura I: Louise Hath, Holm R21l'C5"PlZ1l1l iieu111et1'yg Dean llZ1lll1C1', Jeanne Sl1a1TerflX111e1'iea11 llistoryg Jeanne Orr. Ruth S111itl14XYcJ1'lcl llistoryg Marjorie Ciarvin, Lana Sanor -English I3 june K11u1vlto11, llorotlly l'iI'tllllC'1'lE1lgllSll ll, Martha Crane, Beverly G:1l11'io-liiiglislm Ill 3 Qlnstin jones, lillen Klotel1el-li11glisl1 IYQ Marjorie Sanborn, Helene Tefftfl.ati11 li lid Hall, -Ianiee Hage1'ty4Lati11 ll: Vivian Slater, jean SflVCI'SO11'lT1'CIlL'll lg ,lean S2llllJtll'l1, lfloise 'lil1l'1lCl'fF1'C1lCll H. Page Fifly-Eight n F --2:3 .-r...-' .,,g,,ii-wufhiq-.,,gp'.2.. , .. :Q 1 W - ,W I . ,A A L. 7r45'ig',:Ej'eE'5'i,:T-::- ":.1v"f". 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' ' ' , 4 ,, .gm ,Qty km! kf.HQg3i!f.e u X,1,-Q ,L ,rw ,, g ,m , , .,,J. y ,,, . - 1 f ,gh fiwigli g m ix. ?-"rf ,A ,2-5, 55 . ' XT, - af W. 9 W Page lfifiy-.Vilfc z I .1 1 1 ah., A. 4 . 1 Page Sixty FOOTBALL SQUAD FIRST RCJVViT'iCiSCl1IllEiU, Assistant Coach, Schenk, Dodd, VValker, Allen, Ryan, Durrant, liovve CCaptainl, R. Nosker, Reeves, XYorrell, Albanese, Cf. Rarey, Jones, Hayhurst, Larkin, Coach. SECOND ROVViSelivvartz CManagerQ Ilauben, Kelley, Hall, Trautman, Stamm, Seidel, Martin, Graf, Hershberger, Miller, B. Xosker, Todd, I. Hall, Tefft. Shipley, B. Rarey, XYilson fManag'erl. THIRD ROW'-Miser, Shaffer, Sampson, Sanborn, B. Ramond, D. Raymond, Dovvdy, Heusch, Forrest, Sayers, Grusser, O'I3rien, Anstaett, Reed, Zartman, Postlewaite. .XHSIENT-Garvin. MAXIMA CUM LAUDE How little this report does to convey to the reader the glowing. high-sung, spectacular season of the '35 football yearl Undefeatedl Untied! This might indicate a marginal struggle, until one realizes the tremendous difference in the totals of the scores. Instead, a supremacy, belittling all previous records of the school is gained, and its renown is sung throughout the state: Undefeated, untied, 336 points against 24, undisputed leadership of the Little Three, captaincy of all Greater Columbus teams. A season long to be reineniberedg a record difficult to surpass. The commencement of the football season was heralded by greater enthusiasm than ever before. Everybody seemed to realize in advance, that a wonderful chapter was about to be written. Did not the nine greatest letter men return to establish the record marred in the preceding year? XVas there not a powerful new assistant. a reinforcement, added to our already efficient coaching staff? The teamls reputation was spread before even a game had been played, and the oppo- nents awaited their slaughter in dread. .MTW E The hrst victim of the shambles to fall to our crown was the notorious Xliester- vill eleven. who, though not often so considered, rate among our most worthy opponents. llut alas! The famous "Drytowners" succumbed to the sterling efforts of our powerful aggregation to the tune of twenty-six to naught. Inspired by an accomplished victory, the team returned to prepare for the next scalp. A-X pouring rain greeted the Groveport game, making all expert ball handling almost nil. But rain or shine meant little, and the dexterous maneuvers of our capable group rolled up a 33 to nothing score. ,liven alittle XYillie Xoslqerv pounced on the slippery pigslain to chalk up a six-pointer. According to reports, a conhdent crowd of Londoners, led by their 220-pound quarterback, were preparing to snap our hitherto successful season. But their vaulting ambitions were drowned in a sea of humility, even the tirst half showing a forty to nothing lead. .Xt the close of the game the total had increased to fifty- three, though our tirst opponents' score was registered against us. Unlimbering all our tactics at the next home game, we met with but feeble resistance from the wretched Greyhounds. Facts show that the four hrst Arling- ton plays netted three touchdowns. l.ittle need be said about this game, except that everybody played, and that the goal was crossed time after time until a record for the held, 79 to O, was established, Gahanna met us in a rather patched up condition, because of an injury to one of our mainstays. Thus a makeshift baclcheld and a line, slow from a weelt's vacation, showed inconsistent blocking and ineffective offense. llence a score of only 35 to 0 appears on the board, showing a second opponents score. The season was now drawing toward the end, and the climax was swiftly approaching. For a seemingly practice game, the team met XYorthington with almost entirely second and third team players. Fifty-three to thirteen, therefore, shows little of what could have been done. lCi0IIffIIIlt'tf on page itil lkiye Sixty-One BASKETBALL SQUAD FIRST Rowell. Xosker, Hershherger, Keplcy, Capt. Schenk, Graf, Palmer, R. Nosker. SECOND Row-Hord tlwanagerb, -Xlhanese, C. Rarey, Adair tBlanagerl, Tumi: Row-XY. Shaffer, Kelly, li. Zartman, Sayers, Gruesser, li. Rarey, Rliser. F0l'R'l'lI Row-G. Miller, ll. lfaught, Martin, Trautman. UPPER ARLINGTON '35-'36 BASKETBALL SEASON The '35-'36 sport season not only starred in foothall, lvut also accomplished a highly successful, in fact. outstanding record is hasketlmall. .X team of experi- enced men, though lacking altitude, accomplished many things of unusual nature. among which was our first defeat of llexley. Totalling the season's games. eleven appear on our end to the opponents' four, These four unfortunate defeats seemed to he caused largely hy staleness, weakness on small fioors, and heavy schedules. Therefore, with the exception of these. the team. led by the highly efficient captain and 'forward Schenk. and engineered lay the versatile and effective Heischman, pulled through a season par excellence. NYorthington gave us our initial marker with fayoralmle results, allowing a 46 to IO count. This success was soon duplicated, when tlroye City, the next victim, was administered a defeat. go to 17. lly now the newspapers rated us as the upper hand, and Grandview. the under dog, For once they were right, and though a heated contest was maintained, we finished with a victory of 26 to 16, Now we were good-nay, even our footlmall egotism prevailed. llut why not? Christmas vacation merely pent up increased drive, which was unleashed on the lowly Hilliards, to the tune of 34 to lo. It continued the following day to down the powerful XYesteryille quintet. 30 to 21. London usually stands for greater things than they showg at any rate, they did not produce on this occasion, as the 42 to I8 score clearly points out. Strange as it may seem, .Xrlington has always fallen a victim to Bexley. But there is likewise a hrst time for every- thing. And this was the time. In a wild melee of arms, legs. fouls, thrills, etc., for once we rode on the long end of 41 to 26-the seventh straight victory. Page .S'i.1'ty-Two sf T, JACK Gini' Joi-2 RYAN BILL Seiiiaxic, Cuff. Print: llriicsiimgiuaitiiz Giaoiupic Iir1ei.i:Y Riu. Xosxeiz .X peculiar fact taken from the statistics of the experiences of many teams, shows that more undefeated teams fall on their eighth game than at any other time. .Xnd for us, this was also the ease. For Plain City. our eighth opponent, administered a ll to 33 defeat. because of previously stated reasons. To make matters worse, the reyengeful Grandview swept us lower with a I4 to io loss, a loss determined on fouls. The third game was the proverbial charm, and Gahanna Lincoln felt the sting of a 3Q to 20 setback. Canal XYinehester put up a close contest. and again small Hoors cramped our style. But the score showed that their style was even worse cramped. 26 to 19. lt seemed desirable to give Groyeport the next game for the sake of losing three straight: but at least they received a scare 'before the! were accorded a I5 to 16 victory. To complete the season, a thriller was staged, fast and fiery, and though we held onto the lead, the wild 'tllrytowners' pulled up to within two points before the tinal gun cracked- 24 to 3.2. cclflllffll-Iifd one ftlfjl' Tfij Page Sirfy- T11 rec FOOTBALL BANQUET The annual football banquet was carried off this year with greater splendor and enthusiasm than usual. An exceptionally large crowd of fans and supporters assembled at the First Community Church to celebrate the climax of a glorious season. Beautiful programs in black and gold at each place, displayed the events of the evening, a photograph of the entire squad, and the marvelous season's score, 326 to 24. The speaker's table with its galaxy of well-known orators and heroes gave promise of an entertaining evening, and the banqueters were not disappointed. Mr. Henry Howe was the chairman, and Mr. J. W. Jones the toastmaster. After the presentation of guests and presentation of the booster cup, a spicy and interesting talk was given by Mr. Fritz Mackey, Freshman Coach at O. S. U. The award of letters was made by Old Faithful Richard A. Larkin. Not only did he intersperse his remarks with bits of humor, but he offered some pertinent items in the life or character of each individual who received a letter. He was as clever at the table as he has been on the held. After the retiring captain, Frank Howe, presented Captain-elect Bill Nosker, Dr. E. H. Ryan responded to the subject "The Doctor Diagnoses the Case", with an original poem which treated historically the events of the entire season. His verses were received with marked approval. Football veterans from O. S. U., including Merle Wendt, Tippy Dye, and Gomer Jones, then presented the gold footballs which were received by Raymond Graf, Hershberger, Bill Nosker, Bob Nosker, Todd, Kelley, Hall, Trautman, Stamm, Seidel, Martin, Schenk, Dodd, Walker, Allen, Ryan, Durrant, Howe, Palmer, Reeves, Worrell, Albanese, Rarey, Jones, Hayhurst, and Managers VVilson and Schwartz. The celebration was closed with the usual dance in the school Gym. BASKETBALL BANQUET A splendid dinner at the Dutch Tavern was the beginning of the annual banquet celebration for the basketball team. Dr. E. H. Ryan as chairman of the meeting, introduced the toastmaster Supt. J. VV. Jones. After his appropriate remarks, Mr. Jones introduced the remaining speakers with his usual subtle and quiet wit. The senior members of the team were first introduced, and responded with short talks. They were somewhat less at ease than they have appeared dur- ing the season on the floor. They were followed by Alumni "Sin Lakin and jimmy Faught. Mr. Hershberger next explained some of the details of the plan for the new athletic program, which will be made possible as a result of the new building and Held equipment. And then Messrs. Larkin and Gulden spoke of the merits of the victorious basketball team. As a fitting ending to the program, Coach Heischman presented the well- earned letters to Bill Schenk, Jack Graf, joe Ryan, Bill Nosker, George Kepley, Pete Hershberger, Pete Albanese, Bob Nosker, and to Bob Adair and Oliver Hord, the year's managers. Mr. jones then turned the meeting back to Chair- man Ryan who made some fittting closing remarks. 'The banquet was a decided success. Page Stxty Fam' TRACK TEAM B 5gR.ST Row-D. Postlewaite, J. Schmidt, B, Dauben, B. Nosker, J. Hayhurst, B. Snyder, . . Lair. Sicoxn Row--R. Allen, F. Grnesser, J. Ryan, C. Tefft, B. Sanborn, J. Kelley, B. Schwartz, Mr. Larkins. THIRD Row-F. Thiebert, P. Sayers, D. Taylor, G. Dnrrant, B. Trautman, D. Palmer, H. Todd, K. Forrest. FOURTH Row-E. Dodd, B. Xosker, G. Peterson, G. Kepley, R. Aschinger, F. Howe. FIFTH Row-P. Hershberger, E. Sehorr, J. Seidel, J. Graf, G. Miller Aasaxr-J. Walker, Ed. Hall, John O'Brien, Ben Shipley. The 1936 track season was one of Arlington's fullest. The team had a schedule of eleven meets including the relays of former years, and two new ones, namely, the Mansfield and Miami. Because of bad weather late in the spring, the track team had difficulty in getting started as early as usual and were without the experience of their annual class meet when they made the journey to XYesterville. However, the season was opened in fine style despite the handicap and the end of the meet found Arlington with Sol points to NVesterville's 5075. This meet showed a strong team in most of the departments, the main weakness being the sprint events which were weak- ened by last year's graduation, but promised to grow stronger as the season progressed. The following week-end, the team journeyed to Mansfield where they took part for the first time in the Mansfield Relays. This was an open meet with no A and B classifications and our team was considerably outclassed, although run- ning in good time and gaining good experience for the following meets. The next NVednesday, the Larkinites moved to Groveport, where they took over the annual triangular meet with Groveport and Gahanna, the score being Arlington 81, Groveport 40, Gahanna, 20. ln this meet Arlington took eleven of the possible fourteen firsts and were at no time particularly pressed. fC0llf1'1l1lCd 011 page S35 Pagt 51LMFLe TENNIS TEAM B. Faught, B. Rarey, W. Shaffer, J. Jones, C. Rarey, B. Ives, J. Miser, G. Pack. This year's tennis team should have a successful season. Losses from last year's team have been filled by new members, and the team seems stronger than that of last year. Bobby Faught, who is ranked fifteenth nationally in the boys' division, plays number one man and should get more than his share of the points. Bob Rarey is another new member to the squad and strengthens the team as number four man. Returning members of last year's team are Jack Miser, number three, Chuck Rarey, number two, and Justin Jones. In tennis, as in golf, younger fel- lows are kept for future years. Some of these members of the squad are: Bobby Ives, George Pack, and Wesley Shaffer. Matches thus far include North, University School, Worthington, Bexley, East, and West. The team is also expecting to make a trip to Kenyon for a tournament, and one to the District Tournament. Only one match has been played to date and that was with North. Arlington easily won by a score of 5 to I. CHUCK RAREY. GOLF Z FIRST Row-Ed. Sampson, Gene Durrant, John Seidel, Bill Nosker, Bill Schenk, Ed. artman. SECOND Row-Bob Synder, Bob Raymond, Keith Forrest, Ralph Martin, Ed. Schorr, Jim Hall, Fred Hall, Bus Gruesser. A Great Team An increased interest in golf this year brought out seventeen boys for the qualifying rounds, and, after the elimination was over, the same four fellows who played regular last year, copped the first four places. The second four boys, com- posing the squad of eight, are Martin, Zartman, Sampson, and Gruesser, all underclassmen. Only eight of the twenty-three matches scheduled have been played, but these are enough to show that the majority are going to be wins. Of the eight matches played, only one defeat is chalked up. The first match of the City League was with Grandview. The Arlingtonites shoved them aside easily IO to 2. The next week, however, the League favorite, Central, was played, and Arlington was defeated S5 to 35. Gene Durrant was medalist for the day, though, so Arlington did make some showing. Next the team encountered Circleville, an outsider, and won I2 to o, but when they traveled to Circleville, the barel won 65 to 55. In the third round of the City League, . Y Y . . East High was swamped by our boys I2 to 9. Next the ancient rivals met: Bexley vs. Arlington. Our boys again came through 85 to 35 in a very thrilling match. Two other outsiders were also swept aside by our mighty swatters, Worthington 8 to 4 and Marysyille 75 t0.41E. The latter was really very close. Bill Nosker was low scorer against Worthington with a 78, and Durrant against Marysville with 77. If the team only continues to show as well as it has, it will be the best Arling- ton has had for six years. To give the golf team greater incentive, two trips have been planned. Western Hill of Cincinnati and Oakmont of Dayton are to be played a little later on. The team is still tied for first place in the City League, and if they can hurdle Academy and West, they ought to win it this year. Let's hope they do. GENE DURRANT. Page Swfy Se len A CHALLENGE To Whom H' May Concern Be it known so that the 'Champs of "Class A" intra-mural games do not be- come puffed-up, egotistical, self-centeed, gloating windbags, the Upper Arlington Faculty challenges said winners herewith to a game of basketball, time, place, and conditions to be stipulated. Mail armor, ball bats, bricks, iron knocks and simi- lar obstreperous and dangerous equipment are barred. Signed, Mr. john Gilbert Heischman, Capt. Mr. Rudy Vallee Johnson Mr. Paul Vlfhiteman Henry Mr. Jimmy Durante Cavins Mr. Fred Astaire Larkin Mr. Rubinoff Gulden Mr. Guy Lombardo McCollough Hear Ye Hear Ye THE REPLY To Whom H' May Concern We, the members of the Gym-Class Wonders, prospective champions of the "Class A" intramural league, hereby declare our willingness, nay, our desire, craving, propension, concupiscence, and appetency to confront, meet, and encounter the said faculty basketball team led by John Gilbert Heischman in a game of like nature to be played at the convenience of the said challengers. We insist that this classic contest be played under jurisdiction of all rules of the game, and that the administrators, officials, functionaries, referees, and umpires be competent, cap- able, adept, and adequate, in order that the faculty members in committing certain chronic and habituary acts of violence and obstreperouscity shall not be endangered by our natural attempt of retaliation. We further maintain that this is the only method of decreasing the number of lacerations, contusions, and abrasions received by said faculty in the encounter. We also wish to state the obstreperously, that should we by some unforseen and unprecedented accident be defeated in any of the forthcoming contests, we shall nevertheless accept the challengers or any and all comers, numerous and ferocious alike, and shall present our best efforts in all contests played. Signed, THE GYM-CLASS WONDERS CF. Henry Stamm, Page Sixty Eight THE GOLDEN BEARS In the middle of September, early this fall The Golden Bears gathered to start their football. The whole football squad was out there in line To practice and practice time after time. Captain Howe, Hershberger, the Noskers all, Graf, Ryan and Palmer, Albanese and Hall. Jones, Schenk and Rarey, Seidel, Reeves and Dodd, Durrant, Stamm and Kelley, Allen and Todd. Raymond and Walker, Trautman and Martin, Hayhurst and Worrell, each one a spartan. Then there were two who looked after the team, VVilson and Schwartz are the boys that I mean. We all remember at the close last fall, Only three points was the difference, that's all, Between a clear title and champion team But oh, those three points, how much they did mean. So this gang decided right then and there And each to the other did solemnly swear That this was the year they would all go to town And cover themselves with football renown. Well, did they do it? Believe it or not Good team after team was put on the spot, They bucked and they passed, they ran and they kicked Each team that they met was quite soundly licked. Why, even the papers all down the line Admitted this team from Arlington fine. They gave them some space with pictures and names And told how this team was winning its games. They Hrst went to Westerville, there to play A team that tied Central, cock were they. But when it was over, bang went the gun, Arlington twenty-six, they not a one. Then Groveport came here and played in the rain A dry or wet field, 'twas all just the same, For lo and behold at the end of the fight, Thirty-one to nothing, records show that is right. Next off to London to play a tough bunch, They were real dangerous, or so was our hunch, But what a surprise awaited us there, Fifty-three to six with them in the air. Page S ixty-N ine Page Seventy Gahanna Lincoln came next in the line A half way point for this team superfine. Thirty-three was our score after the mix VVhile they were given a small little six. Grove City came then, a nice looking throng, They could do nothing, our team was too strong. Zero was their share, while time after time Our team crossed their goal for seventy-nine. Then traveling northward to crack 'Twas just another game for the Orange and Black Fifty-four on the scoreboard, ours to be seen VVhile the other side showed unlucky thirteen. Now the team's serious, Grandview's at hand. They must win this game in order to stand High over Buckeye and cinch Little Three And gain sweet revenge, for them, you and me. Grandview played hard, trying vainly to score Before a large throng, two thousand or more Our team settled down with buck, pass and drive And piled up a score of just twenty-five. And when it was over, oh, what a shout Greeted this team that put Grandview to rout. By the largest score that ever was made In any of ten years the two teams have played. Now for the last gameg the great, grand finale NVill this team permit that Bexley to tally? Another big question on most every lip, Can the team go through with nary a slip? Through one long week of clouds, fog, gloom and rain For seven whole days this nerve-wracking strain, At last came the day with skies overcastg All treked to Bexley, for this was the last. Loud shrills the whistle, all ready to play Plunk goes the kickoff, the game's underway. First half is over, six all we did snag. We're still very nervous, game's not in the bag. Then came that great second, everything clicked Soon it was evident, Bexley was licked. VVell, were we happy to just be alive, Bexley had nothing, U. A. twenty-five. CCOnttiniuea' on page 101D if 4' Qf W 2 1' l,.,' , 1 3 w 4g3fSs Y V E f Za Q " 5 Q f, .N A L rig., Y V kia' . ' l. QQ W' if 'Q ' wi j 'A 'cl' ,,'? .,.-W" Page Seventy-One GIRLS' SPORTS As the Upper Arlington School Building grows in size, so does girls' sports at Arlington grow in importance. Now included in our program is almost every type of athletic activity, there being a suitable sport for every girl. The Girls' Athletic Association and the Leaders' Class, with Miss Ogan, their very capable advisor, have cooperated to make the girls' sports program one of the most suc- cessful of all. FALL SPORTS Speedball- Girls' sports started with a Hourish at the first gym classes of the school year when everyone entered speedball with much enthusiasm. Marguerite Beaver and Priscilla Sage were the leaders in this sport. The ninth and tenth grades played soccer and field ball, and the eleventh and twelfth grades played soccer along with speedball as their major interest. Tournaments between classes were held the latter part of November, and the speedy Freshmen team surprised the more experienced players by taking the honors as Winners. A playday was held at Grandview, with mixed teams from Arlington, Grand- view, University, and Bexley participating. The All-High Team for speedball selected by the leaders is: Kay Tice Louise Bath Betty Reeves Jean Hershberger Peggy Miller Laura Lee Pfening Betty Rinearson Marjorie Sanborn Sarah Dodd Jean Davis WINTER SPORTS Basketball- Basketball started in December but did not get fully under way until January. Jean Stiverson and Harriet Adair very capably took charge of this most popular sport. Two playdays were held, one on February 29 at Arlington for the Seniors, and the other one on March 7 at Grandview for the Juniors and Sophomores. 'Two teams, A and B, from each school for each class played corresponding teams in elimination tournaments. Four schools, Grandview, Bexley, University, and Arlington, participated. The Seniors came out winners in the intramural tourna- ments in March in the A section, and the Seniors and Juniors tied in the B section. Two All-High teams, captained by Doris Mandel and Jeanne Shatter, were selected by Miss Ogan with the aid of the leaders. An exciting game between the two closely-matched teams ended in a victory for Doris Mandel's team. The following girls were honored by being selected for either one of the two teams: Doris Mandel Betty Lewis Jeanne Shaffer Janice Hagerty Betty Fickell Louise Bath Peggy Sellers Marjorie Sanborn Betty Reeves Jean Davis Page Seventy- Two Those girls receiving honorable mention were: Kay Franks June Knowlton Imogene Albrecht Betty Rinearson Marguerite Beaver Jean Hershberger Donna Lee Brown Laura Lee Pfening Priscilla Sage Helene Tefft Dorothy Hohenstine Betty Hall Ping-Pong-- Ping-pong proved to be a popular winter pastime, and many enthusiasts played in the tournaments, which were finished in February. The winners were: Senior High girls-Harriet Adair Senior High boys-Ben Clymer Junior High girls-Rita Jeanne Brown Junior High boys-Bill Smith Wiiiiiers of the tournament also entered the Grandview matches. Ellen Mochel and Ruth Smith capably took charge of this sport. Volleyball- Volleyball was started in March under the leadership of Jeanne Shaffer and Peggy Sellers. The tournament, completed the latter part of April, was finally won by the Freshmen who tied the Juniors twice. The following girls were selected for the All-I-Iigh team: Betty Lewis Janice Hagerty Betty Reeves Louise Bath Kay Tice Jean Davis Betty Rinearson Marjorie Sanborn Jean Hershberger These girls from independent teams and classes received honorable mention: Doris Mandel Betty Hall Peggy Miller Laura Lee Pfening Sarah Dodd Helene Tefft June Knowlton Amy Leonard Marilyn Johnson Ruth Ann I-Iuff SPRING SPORTS Included in the program for Spring is a variety of sports with emphasis on individual, rather than team, sports. These sports and the leaders conducting them are: Badminton, Golf, and Outings-Martha Craneg Tennis and Paddle Tennis-Doris Mandel, Track--Ellen Mochel, Hiking and Horseshoes-Ruth Smithg and Baseball-Kay Tice and Jeanne Orr. Baseball is the only spring sport in which team games are sponsored by the Leaders' Class. A Seventh and Eighth Grade Gym Revue, consisting of tap dances, tumbling, and pyramids, was held April 29. Jean Sanborn was in charge. A playday in various spring sports was held at Bexley in May for girls of Arlington, Grandview, Bexley, and University High Schools. Spring tournaments and meets are held in all activities. In addition to these, matches with University High School in tennis and golf, and matches in track and baseball with Grandview are scheduled. Jean Love, the president of Leaders' Class, capably took care of the point system, by which a record is kept of each girl's activities. All-High awards for each sport and cumulative point awards of G. A. A. and A. may be earned by any irl. g JEAN SANRORN. Page Seventy Three LEADERS CLASS Fnesr Row-Miss Ogan, Kay Tice, lean love, Harriet Adair, Martha Crane. SECOND Rowwjean Stiverson, Ellen Mochel, .lean Sanborn, Peggy Sellers. Jeanna Shaffer. THIIQD Row-Ruth Smith, Priscilla Sage, Doris Mandel, Marguerite Beaver, Jeanne Orr. The Leaders' Class is a group of twelve girls, six Seniors and six juniors, who are chosen by the faculty for their dependability, scholarship, health, leader- ship, and sportsmanship, to direct the athletic activities for girls. Members of the class have conducted intra-mural tournaments in speedball, basketball, and volleyball. Tennis and baseball tournaments, and track meets will have taken place by the end of the school year. Besides these major sports, the girls also are leaders in golf, ping-pong, quoits, paddle tennis, badminton, outing activities, and tap dancing. Members of the class during the first semester were: Jeanne Shaffer, presi- dent, Ellen Mochel, vice president, Jean Sanborn, secretary, Jean Love, treasurer, Doris Mandel, Marguerite Beaver, jean Stiverson, Martha Crane, Ruth Smith. Jane Vtlainpler, Priscilla Sage, and Harriet Adair. A new class was chosen in February as follows: jean Love, president, Martha Crane, vice president, Harriet Adair, secretary, Kay Tice, treasurer: Jeanne Shaffer, Doris Mandel, Jean Sanborn, Peggy Sellers, Ellen Mochel, Ruth Smith, Jeanne Orr, and Jean Stiverson. We wish to express our appreciation to Miss Ogan, for whose patience and understanding we are all grateful. HARRIET ADAIR. Paqe .Se enty-Four GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FIRST Row-Martlia Snoffer, Betty Rinearson, Laura Lee Pfening, June Knowlton, Doigia Lee Brown, Imogene Albrecht, Kay Tice, Jeanne Shaffer, Helen Tefft, Marjorie San orn. SEeoN1n Row-Mary Louise Stephan, Jean Stiverson, Ann Millholland, Mary Kay Balt- haser, Louise Bath, Jane Flick, Harriet Adair, Marilyn Johnson, Beverly Gabrio, Jean San- born, Miss Ogan, THIRD Row-Jane Durrant, Betty Hall, Jean Love, Vivian Tripp, Florence Parker, Rachel Delameter, Evelyn Majeau, Jean Davis, Ellen Mochel, Edna Scott, Peggy Miller, Mary Blackford. FOURTH Row-Mary Ann Dowlen, Kay Franks, Betty Irwin, Janet Ingham, Helen Drayer, Nancy Martin, Dorothy Kromer, Betty Lewis, Peggy Sellers, Janice Hagerty, Mary Mullholland. FIFTH Row-Virginia Hunsicker, Frances Arant, Marguerite Beaver, Ernestine Altoff, gfarjorie Garvin, Helen Bloss, Martha Crane, Kay Pack, Jean Fletcher, Jeanne Orr, Marian urdorf. SIXTH Row-Ruth Ann Huff, Betty Fickell, Doris Mandel, Betty Reeves, Betty Morgan, Riuth Forrest, Priscilla Sage, Dorothy Hohenstine, Ruth Smith, Jean Hershberger, Phyllis Grambling, Dorothy Beaver, Susan Stoltz. ABsaNT-Julia Benbow, Jane Ferguson, Sarah Dodd, Harriet Sage, Ruth Grinstead, Amy Leonard, Lana Sanor. The Girls' Athletic Association is a club open to all girls, and has been organized to cooperate with the department of physical education in promoting good health, athletic and social activities, and in fostering the highest ideals of good fellowship and sportsmanship. The sports program of the G. A. A. is as varied as possible, so that each girl has a chance for participation in some activity. The individual sports include badminton, ping-pong, paddle tennis, hiking, cycling, horseback riding, track, tennis, and golf. Team games of speeclball, basketball, volleyball, and baseball are also played. CCOIIIIZIIZIIGLT an page 841 Page Sezenfy Fzz Boys' Sports lConf'dl FOOTBALL The day of the Grandview strife dawned revealing a crowd of 2,000 specta- tors who awaited the answer to a great question and an exceedingly important one. Would Grandview mar a perfect record, since even the best of teams sometimes fall, or would we crown ourselves with glory? But the battle was not even close. By our steady bucking, their line was crossed twice in the first half and twice more in the last. Try as they would, Grandview could not even cross our 40-yard line. So Arlington came off triumphant by a sore of 25 to nothing, after the most perfect functioning day of the season. Bexley came next, enveloped in mire and gloom. Our hopes were too high for possible defeat, and our opening attack commenced in the effective blocked punt by Schenk. Now the die was cast, and Bexley was trailing behind. Even so we only led six to nothing at the half, still far from safety. But immediately upon resuming the battle, two touchdowns were recorded, soon followed by another. And so, as in the preceding contest, the game ended 25 to 0. In our exultation the goal posts were felled, and in triumph the team rode out on the crest of a spotless season. Outstanding features and points in review of the year, show: the uncanny running, passing, and especially punting ability of Jack Graf, which netted him Captaincy of the All-City High teams as well as rating in the state, which latter distinction came also to Center Nosker and Guard Seidel, the high scoring of Robert Nosker, Howe, Graf and Ryan, for records of 84, 50, 50, and 48 points respectively, the expert converting by the educated toe of Durrant for 21 points, no serious injuries, and a perfect eligibility rating. These and other items that could be mentioned, show the great number of records established. Our great regret is the passing of so many of these players by graduation. But in truth, following years must not forget that such records are not 'habitual or even frequent. And if they were, the "undefeated season" would lose all glory and the outcome of games would no longer be anticipated or in doubt. BASKETBALL Enthralled by her success, Arlington opened up with a highly pronounced victory over Lancaster St. Mary's, a 31 to I7 vengeance over last year's defeat in the district tournament. Unfortunately our second draw called for another game to be staged on the same day, so a weary team put up a half-hearted fight against a far-underrated Danville quintet and fell one point short, 22 to 23, thus ending the season's worries. Leading the scoring attack was Graf, who collected approximately II5 points, while Schenk followed with 85. Among the other statistics of the season, the following are interesting: The most accurate foul shot was Kepley, with a per- centage of .588 The team accomplished an average of .733 for the season, through which it acquired the Little Three Championship. Thus another major sport has drawn to a close, pushing Arlington's prestige up another point. Page Seventy-Six SEA SCENES The sea before me stretches serene, While a thousand stars shine fair and calmg While the moon expels her radiant beams And the trees so softly breathe a psalm. Lightly, lightly without a trace Of Summers sweet sigh, The scene is gently erased And Autumn passes by. The sparkling waves jump high in glee, In radiant mood and sprightly dance, The ever-changing heart of the sea Wfith brilliant tempo all thoughts enhance. Grim and wild he now lashes the shore, His song roaring and soaring to the skies, Unrestrained and free he tore While a new year daxvns and the old one dies. And yet again the scene was shiftedg The moon in her majesty now arose, The trees stood there with boughs uplifted, The sea in yet another pose. For Spring came in all its beauty, .As month by month must always be Bringing yet another message To the ever-changing sea. PIIYLLIS MACDONALD. BITS OF BY-PLAY VVho were the lovers? VVhat was their courtship like? What was her answer to his proposal? XVhat time of the month were they married? From whom did he buy the ring? Who was the best man, the maid of honor? Who were the ushers? Who prepared for the reception? 'In what kind of a place did they live? What was her disposition like after their marriage? 'What was his chief occupation after marriage? Describe their first quarrel. What did their courtship turn to be? What did their married life turn out to be? What did they give each other? Who brought about their reconciliation? What did their friends say? CAn.rzvers on page 1123 Page Seventy-Seven THE FLY ON BOARD "The Flyu, with many another alias, was standing in the shadow of the mast on board the VVhite Star Line, watching Professor Lansing's cabin door. His evil eyes darted rapidly here and there. He dicln't want to go in. He felt that something, he didn't know What, was in there. The big liner rocked monoto- nously. The sky was dark and sullen, and on the first deck not a figure was seen. His lip curled. Why did he pick tonight, anyway? This job might wait- and yet again, could it? Maybe even on the morrow the formula would be safe in the hands of scientists. He shook his head. No, that must not be. He must have it tonight. The cabin was in darkness. He knew that the Professor had left and would not return for two full hours. He would have plenty of time to get that formula and yet, why did he hesitate? Usually his eyes, as well as his hands did not fail him-but tonight- well, tonight was different. VVas he not going straight beginning tomorrow? Another hasty look around, and he squared his shoulders and made for the door. He gently pried the lock off and entered. Taking a deep breath, he began his search. He moved slowly without any visible effort, with his hand as a guide. He was of medium height, with thin lips and almost cruel jaw. His black, piercing eyes took in everything with suspicious interest. What could be lurking in those dark corners? He wondered. He had never felt this way before. It was as if he had a premonition that his plan would be frustrated. 0 At this time tomorrow it would be in his hands and all thoughts of crime would be banished forever. Surgery was great stuff. He would accomplish wonders in that held, especially with that formula. Cautiously he turned on the flashlight and instantly spied the small, compact safe. His eyes glittered. With two mysterious tools, the knob fell into his wait- ing hands. Pshaw, this job would be easy. He looked in. "Where in-" He stopped suddenly and with his free hand, he slapped his cheek forcibly. In his palm was a large, hairy spider. He gazed at it in disgust and threw it away angrily. He leaned farther into the safe and this time his fin- gers clutched the precious papers. He straightened up-successful. Gosh, he felt queer. His head seemed to swim. He reeled. What was the matter with him? He passed a shaking hand over his head. His cheek. What was the matter with his cheek? It seemed to be swelling rapidly. He staggered towards the door. He had only one thought now, to get out. He fell against the wall while the papers Huttered slowly to the floor. Oh, he felt tired-so tired. He staggered on. Where was the door? Maybe he was walking around in circles. Why couldn't he see? He clutched a glass case for support. He was growing weaker. He knew it. His dimmed eyes took in the contents of the case. Something was crawling-crawling-crawling. He gasped. He knew it. He knew it now. The spider-God-that spider. He touched his cheek again. The swelling seemed to be less. Maybe it was going down. Maybe he could get out. He turned. At that instant he seemed to grow weaker. He was gliding into a soft, feathery cloud-going down-down. His eyes opened. That was funny. He was still by the case only--farther down. He stiffened. Staring at him was a small sign labelled "Tarantulas". His fast glazing eyes remained glued on it. The longer he looked, the larger and brighter the letters became till they fairly burned into his dull brain. Page Seventy-Eight jack Lansing. But that had happened years ago. Still the memory of it was vividly established in his mind. The whole story could be told in a few words. During all his early years, he had grasped all from -lack's reach, even to winning the girl, who afterwards became his wife. Jack had threatened him then. "The Fly" still recalled his words "I'll get you someday-for thisf' Lansing had left soon afterwards for Australia to specialize in the study of serums and once more "The Fly" had re- sumed his criminal career, where because of his elusiveness, he was dubbed "The Flyf, His eyes opened and a spasm of pain swept over his features. His long fingers clenched. Low, agonizing moans issued from the parched lips. His senses partially restored, he rolled to one side. He felt, rather than knew, that someone was standing nearby. He lifted one hand feebly. Jack Lansing, with arms akimbo, was staring fixedly at him. A smile Hickered for an instant on the well-formed lips. The hand that was raised fell heavily to the Hoor and gradually the man's movement's ceased. All was still. Taking a few steps forward, the Professor stood looking down at the dead man, smiling softly. "Aha. 'The Fly'-caught in my web." PHYLL1s ll'lACDONALD. THE SEA Iwifh apologies ro Gertrude Siienl The sea, the sea, see, the sea, lVaving, tossing, waving, waving, Boiling brightly, brightly but Serene. Beautiful sea Terrifying sea The seas, the oceans, the seas. Sailors, fishermen, sea men, sailing O'er the sea, through the deep, the sea Warring, fishing, exploring, sailing Happy men Sailing men The seas, the ocean, the seas. Icy sea, warm sea, blue sea, gray sea, We love it, we fear it, it, it, the sea, Lovely its beaches, its storms terrifying, the match of us O Seething Sea, O Calm Sea, The seas, the ocean, the seas. DEAN PALMER. Page Seventy-Nine Page Eighty THE WOOF-IN-PCOF I'll wager most of you have never even heard of a woof-in-poof. Well, I hadn't, either, till one summer when I was visiting on the shores of Lake Bide- a-VVee. Here, one could hardly escape knowing something about these unique creatures. I learned of them my iirst morning there when I was invited to go out in my neighbor's boat. My friend seemed to be rowing with a purpose so I questioned him as to his reason for being out in the middle of Lake Bide-a-VVee at ten o'clock in the morning fa very poor time for lishingj, with absolutely nothing else in the boat with us but a package of Swiss cheese. He answered immediately, i'Ketch woof- in-poofsn. Not wishing to show that I was destitute of knowledge on any such activity, I told him woof-in-pooling was my favorite sport. I was careful from then on not to show my ignorance by any false moves. I merely sat back and observed his every movement. He got out the Swiss cheese and 'cut onewf the holes out of it. This hole was fitted in an opening in the floor of the boat. The Swiss cheese hole had been there but a second, when something that had gnawed its way up through the Swiss cheese hole, landed in the bottom of the boat. I gathered that it was a woof-in-poof. ion,s face and he remarked happily, bait. Some people use the holes in th them." An expression of joy lit up my compan "You can't beat those Swiss cheese holes for doughnuts but I don't seem to get results wi I told him I preferred Swiss cheese holes, too, and he complimented me on my good taste. If he'd only known what a faker I was. we had Swiss cheese holes and then if I'm any judge of a fine catch of Woof-in-poofs. 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KENNEDY CONTRACTOR FOR NEXV BUILDING ELECTRICAL ENGINEER FAirfax 0729 565 Fairwood Avenue Columbus, Ohio Page Efghly-T ZUO C011zpl'i111enz'5 of the ARLINGTON BEAUTY SHOP TRACK fC0l'lfI7l1l-Gd from page 651 On Saturday of the same week the team went to Delaware to show at the Ohio IYesleyan Relays. This meet was very close and the team left Delaware believing it had Hnished as runner-up, if of a point behind Oak Harborg how- ever, a rechecking of the records within a few days brought us the welcome news that Arlington had beaten the defending champion.j On the next Tuesday, the team enjoyed a win over North High School by the one-sided score of So to 56. In this meet, Arlington had a well-balanced team, taking points in almost every event. The remainder of the season will become unprinted history, due to the fact that the Annual goes to press before the completion of the season. The meets to follow consist of the Ohio and Miami Relays closely followed by a triangular meet with Canal Wirichester and VVorthington and iinally the District and State meets. IVe only hope the remainder of the season will prove as successful for the team as that which they have completed. Eb. Doon. With the Compliments alndl Best Ufishes of the UPPER ARLINGTON PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION Page Eighty-Thre Compliments of MR. 81 MRS. RALPH W. SANBURN GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CCOntiuued from page 75D The officers for 1936 are: President, Doris Mandel 5 Vice-President, Donna Lee Browng Secretary, June Knowltong Treasurer, Kay Ticeg Faculty Advisor, Miss Ogan. Imogene Albrecht was president the latter part of the year, after Doris Mandel resigned. The one social activity of the G. A. A., the annual banquet, was held at the Community Church on March 26. Letters and emblems were awarded. PROGRAM Toastmistress-Imogene Albrecht. "Matinee", a skit-jean Love, Jeanne Shaffer, Doris Mandel. Speech-Miss Peterson. Accordion Solo-Miriam McIntosh. "Lessons G. A. A. Will Teach Usn-Dr. Burkhart. Award of Emblems-Jean Love. Award of Letters-Imogene Albrecht. The G. A. A., with the cooperation of the Leaders' Class, made this year's athletic program entirely successful. JUNE KNOWLTON. Complizizents of MR. 81 MRS. L. L. SNOUFFER Page Eighty-Four SMITH'S ROLLER RINK North Fourth and Northwood Avenue SKATING EVERY TUESDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AND SUNDAY NIGHTS SATURDAY AND SUNDAY MATINEES Every Convenience--Perfect Skating Surface-Popular Prices Good Music, etc. FREE INSTRUCTION FOR BEGINNERS AT EVERY SESSION "For Your H ealtlfs Sake, Roller Skate" LAwndale oo48 SAM L. CONRAD, CHEVROLET, INC. 606-8 South High Street SALES - SERVICE Columbus, Ohio ADams 8235 ADams 4114 A Klngswood 3971 ASPHALT DRIVEVVAYS ANDERSON HAULAGE COMPANY XVe Specialize in Building Asphalt Driveways-Also Ready Mixed Concrete 535 Sandusky Street Page Eighty-Five QD Compliments of ' BOWRONS PHARMACY 2108 Arlington Avenue Klngswood 0241 UVVHERE EVERYBO DY GOES" Page E1'gIlfj"Sl'.l' Compliments of MARY GLASS BEAUTY SHOP Kingswood 5213 HI-Y CC0llf1'Il1t!'t'l from page 571 The Club helped make possible improssive assemblies for the holiday season, aided by the Girl Reserves. Meetings the First part of the second semester were devoted to helpful talks which were of interest to all the boys. At the annual Hi-Y Frolic given at the "Y" Arlingt0n's representative skit was awarded second place having been nosed out of first place by the flip of a judge's coin. On April 18, Arlington collaborated with other Hi-Y clubs in the city and put on the Annual City-VVide Hi-Y Dance. It was held in the Senior Ballroom of the Neil House. During the week before Easter the Hi-Y and Girl Reserves held devotional services every morning, and though the services were optional the attendance was large. On April 2I the annual Fathers and Sons banquet, followed by the induc- tion of new members, was held with Mr. C. R. Roop as the speaker. The whole evening was considered a success. Officers for next year are Bill Nosker, Presidentg John Kelley, Vice Presi- dentg Carvel Tefft, Secretaryg and Bill Sanborn, Treasurer. The season was closed by our entrance into the city baseball league and a farewell dinner up along the river. We should like to thank Mr. Cavins, our advisor, and all the boys, for making this year one of the Hi-Y club's most successful years. DLAN PALMER. GQinplimc1zts of The Samuel A. Esswein Heating 81 Plumbing Co. 548 Vkfest Broad Street ADams 5115 Page Eighty-Sevkh Best Wishes to the Class of '36 MR. 81 MRS. G. P. MANDEL MR. 8: MRS. E. E. SHAFFER C ompliments of MR. AND MRS. ED. -D. SCHORR APEX MARKET I Klngsvvood II26 Klngswood 1616 2134 Arlington Avenue BETTER MEATS FOR LESS 4 Deliveries Daily 9-11 A. M. 2-4 P. M. THE CLASS PROPHECY QCOnfinuz'd from page lllj Let's go inside again. It's getting stormy. There is Phyllis McDonald, the Authoress, congratulating Playwrights Jus- tin Jones and Jim Wilson on their recent winning of the Pulitzer Prize. The storm is getting worse. Wonder if we can weather it. There is Dix Reeves, the latest Movie Discovery, suavely chatting with Artist Peggy Sellers, who is painting the stormy sea through an open port hole. What's that crash? l l WVe've hit something. The passengers are in the throes of a panic. Ship's Mechanic, Oliver Horde, runs through the crowd shout- ing that the ship is sinking. Captain Clymer has hit an iceberg. Steward, Bob Adair, is doing his best to calm the crowd and direct them to the life belts. Fred Stamm, Jim Hayhurst, Ed Schorr, and their Band play softly, "Nearer My God to Thee" as the great ship lists slightly to port and slithers silently into the sea. It's the end of Class '36. Prophets, JUSTIN JONES, FRED STAMM, JIM WILSON. Compliments of GEORGE GALBRETH Trustee of Perry Township Page Eighty-Nine Page Ninety Compliments of HERMAN LANE Trustee of Perry Township MELODIES OF THE MATES QC0llfl'1Z1lCd from page 211 Dean Palmer-"l've Got an Qld Fashioned Love in My Heartf, Bud VVui1le-"Theres an Old Spinning Wheel" Qpunj. Ed Sehorr-i'CarolinCaj Moon Keep Shining." Eugene Durrant-'Tm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter Marion Port-"Stay as Sweet as You Are." Martha Snouffer-"Tell Me Honey, Are You Making Any Money FH Betty Morgan-"Love Locked Out." Jim VVilson-"FreckIe Faeef' Dave XfVorre11-HIS It True XYhat They Say About Dixie." JERRY DENBOXV, JANET KING. Compliments of MR. AND MRS. HENRY P. HOWE BETTY--1932 FRANK--1936 MARGERY-1941 C pliments of THE UPPER ARLINGTON COMPANY l LOTS OF LUCK TO '36 THE ADAIRS PRIZE BONERS Etiquette is the little things you do that you don't want to. Fiction are those books which are placed on the shelf and are not to be movedg non fiction are not fixed and may be moved at will. Hersy is when one person hears something and it is passed around the Country that way. A martyr is something like a bachelor. An imbecile is a germ Hoating around in the air that anyone is liable to catch. FOR FINE FOODS Shop At The Deluxe Market KROGER'S IN UPPER ARLINGTON . wif. Q. gi -Lf A Page Ninety-Two Compliments of ARLINGTON BARBER SHOP 21121. Arlington Avenue SHOE SHINE PARLOR Open from 8 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. ANGELO DE PASO Saturdays-open from S A. M. to 8 P. M. Manager Compliments of CURRENT EVENTS! -and- MY WEEKLY READEIR 40 South Third Street HOWARD DWIGHT SMITH ARCHITECT Columbus, Ohio Page N inet BHJ,OWENS GULF SERVICE Starr Road and Lane Avenue ADains 3288 ADams 3289 THE BURKLEY Sz SON CO. General Insurance and Surety Bonds 51 North High Street Citizens Hank Building .lt Your 361"Z,'I't'C Lumber and Mill XVork THE GRANDVIEXV LUMBER CO. Phone Klngswood 1 I36 5-1. XY. Long St., Cor. Long Sg Front Columbus, Ohio Phone MAin 1636 Compliments of BHlJYOUNG Young Thing: Not only has he broken my heart and wrecked my life but he messed up my whole evening. Miss McFeely Cxafter reading a bit of modern poetryj: Bob, what do you get out of that? Bob Nosker: A headache. Page Ninely-Four L Comphments of anh Mrs. ilheh Sv. walker anh Mtn. M. I-I. lgalmvr muh Mrs. 61. 01. milznn anim Him. iK, E. Smith anh mrs. B. K. Bnhh v in THE COLUMBUS SHOW CASE CO. Columbus, Ohio 882 W. Fiflh Avenue W. E. Asclwinger, Presidenl J I. E. S. BETTER SIGHT LAMPS reduce danger of eyestrain Every looy and girl should have one of Jrliese new l. E. S. Beller Signl' Sfudy Lamps for doing home-work. Scieniifically designed +o give sliadowless, glareless liglwlr, Jrliese lamps prolecl young eyes, and lwe-ip llwern lo develop normally. INSURES EYE SAFETY 'Me Columbus Railway POWE Rf4llGI-IT CO. MSNIM St 'Idcphacc ADaJut5I'5l e .Y1'111'!,x'-S11 DR. AND MRS. W. P. SMITH MARTHA RUTH BILLY 172 5 Cambridge Boulevard Vlfeather forccast+Thunder showers Friday probably followed by Satur- day. The optimist says his glass is half fully the pessimist says his glass is half empty. ffozzzplzhzents of 1 l JAEGER INSURANCE AGENCY, INC. Fred F. Jaeger, Pres. Page Ninty-Seven BAKER ART S GALLERY again appreciates the liberal patronage of Upper Arhngton Senior Class of 1936 and hopes the future may have the measure of success in store for each of you as you have made it possible for us. Page Ninety-Eight A BLACK ROCK ASPHALT DRIVEWAY IS sMooTH, CLEAN, REsTFUL THE MARBLE CLIFF QUARRIES CO. S If you brood over your troubles you'1l have a perfect hatch. Ideal spot for a good time: just the right longitude and lassitude. Marriage: a ceremony in which the rings are put on the finger of a lady and the nose of a man. The truth will-Qouch. A Scotchman left a tip for the Waitress'he'd been eating asparagus. VVhen a stocking gets a run, itls on its last leg. The modern girl adores spinning wheels-she wants four of them and a spare. i Happy is the mosquito who can pass the screen test. An old-fashioned girl blushed when she was ashamed . . . the modern girl is ashamed when she blushes. Often a man's handicap in golf is his honesty. It seems as though this year the usual unusual weather has been more unusual than usual. SPANG'S DRUGS Page Ninfly-Nine MAin3916 JAY G. TRIPP, Optician 84 North High Street Columbus, Ol C07l'1f7lfll1L'lIfS of DR. AND MRS. EARL H. RYAN -and- MR. AND MRS. NED MCLAUGHLIN COH'ZPli11l,l?IIfS of A F R I E N D Then came the cheer which rolled oler the held A farewell to seniors who never did yield. A slight touch of sadness mixed with our joys, So long, goodbye, good luck to all senior boys. Now we will speak of those four lovely girls, XYho led the cheering by intricate whirls, All were quite faithful, worked hard every game, They were Kay, Imogene, Evelyn and Jane. Another thing to mention tonight at this feast, Some wanted the boys to play off with East Theylre not in our class, we don't feel the urge But welre willing to play the great Scarlet Scourge. The boys can forget their many hard licks As they gaze on their total, three twenty-six, XVhile only twenty-five was made by the foes, A record to keep future teams on their toes. Lest we forget as their record we scan The credit that's due a very Hne man, Who stood on the side lines seeing it all And teaching the boys how to advance the ball. Many long hours he worked this machine Till it was perfect, a sight to be seen Quick in the huddle then rush to the ball Snap goes the oval, in every play all. XVe,ve said it before so again we'll repeat, So good was this team it never was beat, Hitting all eleven, just full of hot sparks Hats off to the coach whom the boys call Larks. Even the big shot was out every night, J. XV. Jones could inspire them to fight Also a newcomer, Heischman by name Did all in his power to bring the team fame. Having reviewed their record from A down to Z The time's here to quit, we know you agree But please for a moment hold your repose For one more stanza brings this to a close. Tonight this glorious football epoch ends For the team, the coaches, mothers, dads and friends So welll close the season within these walls By awarding letters and golden footballs. Doc'roR E. H. RYAN. Page Ono Hundred One HI-LOG fC0llL'1.H1tCd from page QOH Grove City basketball game Qtherej. Score 30-17. VVhat a spirit after an 8-8 half ! Krazy Kapers-Marott's Orchestra. VVhat a showl It even topped last yearls-at least we think so. Aren't the boys gifted with dancing feet? The boys played the alumni in a practice game. Wie must meekly admit, "they were 'licked' " Grandview Qherej. XVe won 26-16. Hope we can do it again. January Hilliards game ftherej. just another victory-34-16. lYe saw our old friend, Miss Horst. Westerville ftherej. We won 30-21. Good game and now we have an idea of what our gym will be like. London Qherej. Arlington pulls down another game-42-18. Incidentally, their good guard didnit play. The basketball fellows made a place for themselves today in the paper. Bexley game and they bowed to us, the score being 41-26. Now I wonder if Bexley will quit bragging? Exams-VVhy study and fwhy notj? Still exams-I hope this is the end for the weary seniors. Plain City, a very harmless sort of town but with a wicked basketball team took the 'boys down off their high-horse by beating them 23-20 CO- "f:,l'l: ?-"'Oj And could we cry! February Grandview Ctherej. We lost 19-14. Boo-hoo! Do any of the boys carry a good luck charm? Did Graf or anyone else lose his? The ice seems to be an inspiration for a hockey team. The boys seem to be practicing. Gahanna fherej. The boys recovered their fumble and placed the high score on our side, 32-20. Canal Winchester fherej. Our winning streak seems to have appeared again. Score, 26-19. The senior gals treked down to Grandview today and showed the Blue and White damsels what's what in a snappy little game of basketball. Boys, follow suit. Our boys played North in practice today and the Polar Bears froze the Golden Bears right up. I guess itis too cold for the boys to get warmed up. Groveport Ctherej. Another game gone wrong with a score of 17-16 in the Groveporter's favor. Our alibi is that Nosker was out with a bad ankle. Wfesterville Qherej. Another win for Arlington, 24-22. So long Seniors, that was your last game. March St. Mary's was our first game in the tournaments and we won 32-17. So far-so good. Danville came next but alas, two games in one day were too much. lVe lost 24-23. Track has taken its stand in the sports world and also this calendar. Allen and Schwartz are the new managers. Page One Hundred Tivo I Compliments of ROBBINS' Sc TO 31.00 STORES 1297 Grandview Avenue 499 Whittier Street 2391 XV. Broad Street 2433 Cleveland Avenue 3317 N. High Street Cleveland at Iltll Why do the juniors go around talking to themselves-Oh, it must be their new play. Basketball Banquet-Boys were all girl shy. Schenk rendered a modest speech and Graf is Captain-elect. Don't tell a Senior his proofs are good. He can't believe he looks like THAT. Sure and the ice cream was green. The faculty challenged the Senior class champs today. It was a great game. The teachers showed some real stuff even if they did lose. Ho-hum! VVe've all got spring fever. G. A. A. Banquet. The girls got their emblems. Dr. Burkhart gave us an inspiring talk. April Junior Class Play-"Shirt Sleevesu. Congratulations to Mr. johnson and the cast. Hi-Y Frolic. XVe won second place Cnuts to the coinj. Congratulations to J. Jones and J. Wilson, the boy playwrights. Westerville track meet. Our first track meet and luck was with us or, I should say ability? CCoutimied on page 1055 HUDSON TERRAPLANE Compliments of A R G H L . Y O S T BOULEVARD SERVICE AND SALES I407 Grandview Ave. Klngswood 1400 Sixteen years of automobile maintenance in your community- Servicing all makes of cars Page One Hundred Three XVALTER H. VVHISSEN GRANDVIEW HARDWARE COMPANY Paint, Hardware, and Builders' Supplies Radio and Electrical Repairs-Glass Put In 1.295 Grandview Ave. KIngswood 4151 WOLGAMOT'S DRUG STORE I205 Grandview Avenue TRULY, A REAL DRUG STORE RELIABLE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE RELIABLE DELIVERY SERVICE XYHITBIAYS AND LITTLETOX'S CANDIES FURNAS' FRENCH ICE CREAM REXALL REMEDIES Call KI. 0243 ARLINGTON GARAGE, Inc. Towing Service Body and Fender Repair 24 l-lour Service "ONE STOP SERVICE" SAM A. WILLIAMS, Manager Free, pickup and delivery service I724 W. Fiflh Avenue Phone KI. ll47 Columbus, Ohio Phone KI. ll47 Page One Hmzdrcd Four C0111pIi111e1zz's of Plumbing and Heating 1678 VV. First Ave. KI. 4413 Mansheld relays, Class B's, lct's stay away from A's. Central Hi-Y Dance- Benny Cash's Orchestra. Things were a little crowded. .-Xt least, most people thought so and left. Hi-Y Father and Son Banquet--Oh, how the boys can eat! Groveport track meet tcold weather complicated thingsl. Boy Scout Circus-I think one of the boys got lost. QDon't know at which cage it wasj May Band Festival-Ooonipahl Ooompah! Mrs. Davis is rather excited. Ohio University Relays-State Scholarship Tests. llurdles, dashes, javelins, logorathims, poets, phooey! Miami Relays. Ohio VVesleyan District Meet. Senior Class Play--"Guess Again". More bouquets to Mr. Johnson and his cast. junior-Senior Dinner Dance. Grand time ,thanks to the Juniors. CCOIZHJIIIFJ 011 page 1062 FOR GOLF CLUBS TENNIS SUPPLIES FISHING KITS Come to Central Ohiols Great Sports Store THE CUSSINS 81 FEARN CO. 150 North High Street 649 XV. Broad 2489 Cleveland 2647 N. High 3510 N. High Page Ona Hzmdrcd Five oura BEST wnSHES TO THE CLASS OF '36 G. A. M. A. STORES Uviembersj i GRANDVIEW AVENUE MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION The Nor'i'hwes+'s Compleie Shopping Cenier June 7. Baccalaureate Services at the Methodist Church. Io. Commencement at Community Church. Senior-junior Dance. 12. Last day of studies, last day of school. Goodbye Senior friendship. Let's hope we meet again. PEGGY SELLERS. Complimenis of MILLER SINCLAIR STATION Corner Waliham Road and Arlingfon Avenue Page One Hzmdred Six COLUMBUS Sunday Dispatch Qi QNXQOHQQ 4 ffwepa X909 -f Q5 A64 I QOQQ ' columbus, ohm 1 March 15, 1936 55 OF COURSE EXERCISE IS THE THING THAT I LACK, BUT I CAN'T GET AWAY Enom THE OLD BEATEN TRACK LE OF JUST WALKING oowN TO THE DRUG STORE AND BACK. OF COURSE IT'S HARRINGTONS WHERE EVERYBODY MEETS EVERYBODY Page One Hundred Seven Whatever your Nisiey Shoes, made in Colume bus, are worn wiih seiisfaciion by cliscrimirmerinq women from coasr To coasi. QVZ To no AAAA To D White or with Brown Whether you Foliow the game or 53-95 +0 56 pfay it, have the sporting thing afioot, Smart on the green, cool 9 and Fresh on city streets. 5 1- H ' I QMW JM f5I'3,iZm'l?53 59C J if f Two Srores in Columbus l38-l40 N. HIGH ST. l23 S. HIGH ST. others to 56 O THE NEW WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA IQ XYOLUM las 9:20 Iixulas CJFF1 I4,000 Ii1,LUs'rR.x'r10Ns cially ,'X1517l'OYCCi by Ohio State Department of i':CiLlC2ItiOll Ohio Ofhcc DLE-NNE T.. TICE, Mgr. Tciephf me QXDILIHS 4025 85 E. Gay St. CCJI.L'Ml5lfS Page OMG Il'1111d1'Cd Ifiglzf , KRAZY KAPERS CConfinued from page 445 given before. Therefore, because of the lack of polished talent, it was thought that an amateur show could be successfully staged. In this way "Kolonel Knot's Amateur Hourl, was planned. The general idea was to gather what talent could be found in the high school and put it on in an hour variety show. The Senior class did this and it was a booming success. lVith the gym gaily decorated in Christmas mode, the lights were dimmed, a hush came over the audience, the curtain rose, and the attentive audience was cordially greeted by Kolonel Knots-Ed Schorr, to you-back-grounded by Bill Marot's band. After introducing himself to the crowd and pulling a few gags- wise cracks-he introduced the first number of the hour's entertainment. It was Binny Brown's girls chorus, dressed in snappy blue beach pajamas who gave us a rythmical revue worth seeing twice. The members of this dazzling chorus which started the entertainment in luxurious style were: Martha Liter, Mary Belle Seely, Jeanne Gardner, Elizabeth Martin, Marguerite Beaver, Betty Fickell. Ruth Forrest, and Marian Port. Then an aspiring youth, john Seidel, accom- panied by his mother, Mary Louise Stephan, gave impersonations of several of our well-known radio celebreties. So well did he give an impersonation of YValter W'inchell, that Mr. McCullough was looking around for a gun to end the life of that Snooping Sam, I mean Peeping Tom-oh well, thatls life. Then from out of the far, far lVest-just west of Fairfax Road-came Wrangling Pete Albanese. XVith a look of murder in his eye and a cap gun in his hand, he stampeded onto the stage and rendered a heart-wringing version of "The Old Gray Mare'. Kolonel Knots gave him the gong but he wouldn't leave until he saw that varmit from over the hill making off with his gal-and how he kicked up his spurs then. Next we were notoriously entertained by the Chesty Hale Girls who had just returned from England. But on the second look, we realized that they were just some of the young Lochinvars of the school giving a hilarious dance of New Yorkls East Side-and were they good-wow. This raz-ma-taz chorus was made up of Dix Reeves, Ed Dodd, jim XValker, Frank Howe, Dean Palmer, Bob Nosker, joe Ryan, and Bill Schenk. They really looked cute in their scant bloomer suits-yipee. Then our genial Master of Ceremonies, Kolonel Knots, introduced a real treat to his audience. It was the dance routine of the Heath Twins, those young Fred Astaires of the Freshman Class. They were followed by Frank Jarvis whose piano numbers brought ocean's of applause. He deserved it because Frank made the ivorys talk in the eloquent style of Eddy Duchin. At this time the curtain was lowered, but as it came up again, Bob "Klinker Konk" Snyder came flying out onto the stage. He had evidently been heaved out by Bill "Muckle Man" Nosker and Dean 'fBolder Bean" Palmer, the bar-bending men of the act. These boys brought down the house with their strong man humor and brawling. As the Kolonel was just about to explain the next act, Bob Snyder still want- ing to display his vim and vigor came out and did a Dance of the Elves, but was properly chastised by his man-handling partners, Nosker and Palmer. Having cleared the stage of its debris, the Kolonel introduced a trio composed of janet King, jerry Denbow, and Eloise Turner. These three girls warbled in such a soothing manner that the nightingales of South Carolina thought that they had relatives in the North-yes suh. Page One Hundred IVI11 The next act the Kolonel pulled out of the grab bag was a mountain band of hill billy lassies direct from the clifty crags of West Virginia. These girls, Jean Love, Kay Franks, Peggy Sellers, Doris Mandel, Jean Sanborn, and Jeanne Shaffer by name, had just run away from Pappy Luke's cabin and had wandered into the amusement hall to stamp out the Rooster Wheel, I mean the Checker Reel-oh well, what's the difference they were good anyway. At this point the famous singer-Im Albrecht to you-thrilled the audience with her rendition of two popular songsg namely, "Thunder Over Paradise" and 'Tm Sitting High on a Hill Top". Next the audience was greatly enlightened by the dramatization of "The First Crossing of the Olentangy River", a heart stirring historical play written by R. Isgrig Taylor, the eminent playwright of Ohio State University and all points West. The actors in this meler-dramer were Fred Stamm as Admiral Doe Nutdunker, Justin Jones as Joe Blow, Bob Schwartz as Martin L., and Gene Durrant as Eyegotten, the Indian guide. This skit was followed by an artistic ballet dance by little Peggy Matchett of the sixth grade. This diminutive little champion fdiver, yuh dopej held her own in the show with the older people. More power to you Peggy, you were great. Here Binny Brown brought her chorus back and with the lights turned down low, the chorus gave their Rapsody in Blue Routine which was a fitting end to the hour's variety entertainment. All thought this to be the end when from the right wing, a young, frazzled headed maestro stepped forth and announced that due to a Hat tire on their in- strument bus Calways a good gagj they, that is the Vancouver Vivacious Music Venders, were delayed. What is more, the brazen youth demanded to play on the hour. VVhat could the Kolonel do but let them play? So after a few minutes of arranging, the band, composed of such stellar musicians as Jim Walker, Frank Howe, Joe Ryan, Pete Albanese, Bill Schenk, Fred Stamm, Qthe only artist in the lotj Ed Dodd, and Bob Nosker, swung out a few bars of the Blue Danube Waltz. But it sounded so much like Alexander's Rag Time that the conductor, James Vincent "Beetle Brain" Vtfalker, became violently angry and the band re- taliated with eggs, seltzer water, and instruments. Here the Kolonel sounded the gong on them and the curtain was rung down, ending the show, but not the eve- ning. For the hours funtil 12-ratsllj very danceable music was given to the host of dancers, who remained in the elaborately decorated Gym, by Bill Marot and his orchestra. In closing, I want to give mention to those who worked behind the scenes and gave a polished and complete Hnish to the show. We of the Senior Class are deeply indebted to Mr. Johnson, Mr. Cavins, Mr. McCullough, and Dick Taylor who helped us with our rehearsals and gave us many helpful suggestions. To Benny 'Clymer and Oliver Hord we give our fondest regards, for they were the Pboys who handled the lighting so well. Back in the dressing rooms we find Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Howe QFrank's mother and dad if you didn't knowj, who did so well in making up the people in the show. Loads of thanks to you, Mr. and Mrs. Howe, for giving us your time, your energy, and your talent. Next we want to thank the decoration committee, headed by Ellen Chalmers, who did an enviable job for their beautifully decorated Gym. It added a lot to the show and the dance. Last but not least we want to thank those numerous people who helped with the stage, decorating, and running of the show. It was great fun and we all appreciate it. DEAN PALMER. Page One Hundred Ten CROSLEY RADIO AND REFRIGERATION Only Crosley I-Ias Ilwe Slwelvador Sleep Comforlalznly WHIW a Crosley Coolresf R. C. BOHANNAN, Inc. DISTRIBUTORS TI-IE NEW TOWN CRIER ICE CREAM IS SMOOTI-IER AND RICI-IER IT'S IN ALL YUMMIES, TOO COLUMBUS ICE CREAM COMPANY 987 Norllw I-Iigh Slreel-UN. 2442 Complimenls of 'rI'1e UPTOWN THEATRE PICCADILLY THEATRE WILMAR THEATRE ge One H undrea' Ele Compliments of MR. and MRS. LEWIS K. OSBORNE and BRUCE A moron is a person with a superiority complex. A mummy is one that has no education at all. A lyric is something written to be sung by a lior. The two genders are masculine and feminine. The masculine are di vided into temperateg the feminines into frigid and torrid. Teach: Pro is the opposite of con. Give examples, please. Answer: Progress and Congress. ARLINGTON THEATRE I8OO West Fifth Avenue AIR COOLED COMFORTABLE SEATS PERFECT VISION RCA I-IIGI-I FIDELITY SOUND For Real Comfort Visit the A R L I N G T O N Page One Hundred Twelve 30,000 People c:an'Jr be wrong .... and +ha+ is lhe number of cusfomers we serve regularly as dry cleaners. . . . versus. F E N T O N S 2072 Arlingfon Ave. Kl. OI39 IT COSTS NO MORE TO BE SAFE When you have a Prescriplion fo be filled. If cosfs no more lin many cases lessl fo bring if fo Kunlcler's-Arling+on's Pre- scriplion l-leadquarfers for years. l-lere.you may feel sure Thar il is compounded exaclly as your docfor has ordered, fha? only fhe freshest puresf ingredienfs are used. Thar is why an increasing number of Physicians suggesf fhal fheir palienls bring lheir Prescripfions here. Member oi Arlinqfon Legion Posl' and Velerans of Foreign Wars. KUNKLER'S PHARMACY 2064 Arlingfon Avenue Arling+on's Pioneer Drug Sfore Localion PHONES: KI. 0281, KI. O29I - U. S. BRANCH POST OFFICE - NOTARY THE COLUMBUS COFFIN CO. VVest End Buttlcs Avenue COLUMBUS, OHIO "MASTER BUILDER OF FINE CASKETS SINCE 1863" N. K. Snook, General Manager MAin 1354-1355 Pagf Ofzc' Hundred Tlzirieen Compliments ot MR. and MRS. JOHN A. KELLEY ANSWERS TO BITS OF BY-PLAY I. "Romeo and Juliet" 2. "A Midsummer Night's Dream" 3. "As You Like It" 4. "The Twelfth Night" 5. Merchant of Veniceu 6. "Antony and Cleopatra" 7. "Two Gentlemen from Verona" 8. "The Merry Wives of W'inclsor" 9. "Hamlet" Io. "The Tempest" 11. "TaminU of the Shrewi' 6 12. "Much Ado About Nothing" 13. "Love's Labor Lost" 14. "Comedy of Errors" 15. "Measure for Measureu CII 16. ulius Caesar" 17. "All,s Vtfell That Ends Well" lAxLICE GARCIA. FOR COOKING-FOR REFRIGERATION You can do the iob better at less cost with natural GAS. 346 QM Wm? ljzicjfys eo1o'E'ts"Njii. Lion sg C. . f r P A Y s fltil: Page One Hundred Fourteen PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Compliments of Dr. Thomas E. Rardin 2112 Arlington Avenue Compliments of Dr. L. A. Larrimer 2112 Arlington Avenue Compliments of Dr. H. A. Rose 2074 Arlington Avenue Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown 2327 Coventry Road Dr. Luke V. Zartman 1819 Roxbury Road Compliments of Dr. T. R. Fletcher Compliments of Dr. Robert W. Nosker 1908 Devon Road Compliments of Dr. Frederick St. John 2070 Arlington Avenue Page One Hundred Ftfteen Cwpliffwnfs of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Andrus Nancy Ellen Margery Lee 2454 Kensington Road Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Sage 2194 N. Parkway Drive Compliments of The Sanor Family DR. and MRS. J. W. WILCE JACK Bl LLI E JIM BETTY NELL RCSANNE NANCY DOROTHY It's always swear weather when good fellows golf together. He who laughs last seldom gets the point anyway. Some people are like taxi drivers-they go through life missing everything Space from which all matter is removed is called heaven. In mathematics Persia gave us the dismal Qdecimalj systemj. The Spartan boys were beaten to death just to see if they could take it. Natural immunity is being able to catch a disease without the aid of a physician. Farmers rotate their crops so that they may get the sun on all sides. One good road law of New Jersey is: Always keep on the right side of everyone. The man was asleep but he didn't sound asleep. Teacher: XVhy is the "open shop" more beneficial to the working man? Clever student: Because he gets more fresh air. The best riddle of all is life because everyone has to give up. Page One Hundred Sixfecn ji Y4'Ef'f' :5-EF'3'iif-igiiif-Q, . . ,, X , . . 1 , f,,4gph1:,:fsf-1O- ,,xg,,- f - +- . f ' f , ' ' ' ' '-.3 ' Z ".5f?25E- 'A f . 55'-J 3' H '-12 5 . , ' V in ,, A-. 45334 -. QE H ,I ,. xlbk 1 f ' I. , -F Y A' --ny rig? .v l -' ei'- M, A as " ' ' 1 ff 3 - Ja ' f" Kigfgzgmn - - .2 gg '- Q. M .. 'rv f, . M sr F ' ' 1 ,,-,gg ,iw X ,ff ,113 1' Wg: - -1 V KL, .5 1 Q. V .,:,,,5L '., at ,, A ,,, I kg- . V-Q-if yn ,W NJ-Ng? 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