Van Wert High School - Excalibur Yearbook (Van Wert, OH)

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EXCALI I3 Alumni MARGARET CLARK BETTY GLEASON MILDRED MATTHYS In order that you who have already been graduated from Van Wert High School and have no interest in current activities might have an interest in our Year Book. we have compiled this Alumni Record. We have attempted to give you information con As it is very cerning your friends and old acquaintances. diflieult to locate some of our graduates. any information concerning t-hem sent to the Editor of 1931 Excalibur in care of Van Wert High School. will be appreciated. Miss Anna Elc 1872 ock was the first graduate of Van Wert High School. Of a class of eighteen she was the only one to receive a diploma. Her home is in Van Wert but she spends the winters with her sisters in Omaha. Nebraska. 1874 Mrs. Ella A. Boole. nee Ella Alexander. of Brooklyn. N. Y.. is now nrional president of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union. Since 1913 M She has given her w She has received the degree of B. A.. M. A.. and Ph D. from Wooster College. 1880 iss Emma Alexander has been Secretary of the "Harriet Judson" Y. XV. C. A. in Brooklyn. N. Y. hole life to girls' work. 1895 XVilbur R. Humphreys graduated from Harvard lMagne cum laudej receiving an A. B. in 1901 and A. M in 1903. Since 1921 he has been Professor of English and Assistant Dean. College of Literature. Science of the Arts at the University of Michigan. 1896 Elizabeth Tudor is soprano soloist in the Lafayette Presbyterian Church in Brooklyn. N. P. She also appears in concert. 1903 Russell G. Jones graduated from Case School of Applied Science in Cleveland. Ohio. During the World XVar he served in the Aviation Corps. After he returned from overseas he carrid mail by airplane between Chicago and St. Louis. and Chicago and Cleveland. Then he aeceptd a position with th General Mo'ors Corporation. his working held having been in Dayton. New York. London. Japan. Java. Poland. and Bombay. He is now in New York Ci y as Aviation Manager of General James Kemper. ance work was in t high school. Charles Holzer Motors Export Company. 1904 of Chicago. is President of the Luml:ermen's Mutual Insurance Company. His lirst work in insur- he office of the Central Manufacturers Insurance Company. which he entered after graduation from 1905 is a surgeon at Gallipolis. Ohio. in charge of Holzer Hospital. which he built in 1917. He is very active in civic organizations of that city and is President of the Company organized to build a million dollar bridge across the Ohio River. Al Clayton McPee so he is a member of the boards of trustees of Ohio University. and of Rio Grande College. 1906 k graduated from Ohio State University and from Harvard. He is Professor of Physiology at Ohio State and also a very prominent physician in Columbus. 1907 Glenn Wilmore is a diagnostician in Cleveland Heights. He received the degree of M. D. from the University of Michigan. 1909 Alfred Scheidt Sewarm. New Jersey Ray Bowland. Company. Bertha Scheidt Miami University in Karl Holre is a sity of Pennsylvania Ralph Rothack Ames, Iowa. is Head Chemist and Superintendent of Plant for Electric Smelting and Aluminum Company at iVancouver. British Columbia. is Sales Manager and Director of the British Columbia Telephone 1912 is now serving as a missionary in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. Central America. She graduated from 1917 and from Moody Bible Institute in 1923. prominent architect in Toledo. Ohio. He graduated from the College of Architecture at the Univer- at Philadelphia. Pa. er graduated from Ohio State University and is Professor of Agriculture at Iowa State University at 1913 Otto Hankammer attended Wooster College and is Professor of Drafting and Designing at the University of Pittsburgh. Kansas. Allen. Carroll. . . Balyeat. Louis .... Bell. Ruth. Bevington. Nadine. Bienz. Roxie. Bonnewitz. John. .. Bowers. Lester .... Brandt. Harold. Brown. Earl .... Byer. Dewey . Carey. Helen .... Drury. Harold . . . Dudley, Ardeth. . . Dysett. Dale .... Early. Lenore. . . Gamble. Grace. . . Gifin. Doris ..... Gilliland. Dale .... Gleason, Helen .... 1920 Syracuse. New York . . . . . Van NVert. Ohio .... Lakeland. Florida. . . Indianapolis, Indiana. . . . . . Toledo. Ohio ........ . . Van Wert. Ohio . . Detroit, Michigan. . . Lorraine. Ohio .... Van Vlert. Ohio. . . Chicago. Illinois. . . Van Wert. Ohio ....... . . . Speneerville. Ohio ......... . . . Ohio Northern University. . . . . . Ohio State University ..... . . . Ninety-four Salvay Chemical Company. Balyeat Restaurant. Mrs. Paul Willard. Aetna Insurance Company. Salesman. Deceased. Deceased. Mrs. Earnest Blank. Murray Body Corporation Teacher. Monroe Cheese Company. Mrs. P, F. Kale. Mrs. Gordon Alspach. Mrs. Howard Bassett. Student. Personnel Work. of America Gottschall. Joyce, Greenewald, Richard, Handby. Mildred ,..... . . . Hankhammer. Martha ..,. . . . Henney. Frank ,.... Hertel. Ebba ..,.. Holtry, Gladys. . . . Holtry. Nellie .,.... . . . . I-loverman, Russell. Ireton, Harold .,.,. Johanrgen. Mildred. . Jones, Gertrude. . , . Kennedy, Alfred ,... Kiggins, Vera .... Knittle, Gale. .... Knodel, Edith ,..,. Krechbaum. Ivalu. . . Ladd. Irma ....... Lampe, Ralph ..,. Lunar. Russell, McClure, Helen. ..,. . . . McFarland, Robert. , McGinnis. Dorothy. . Miller, Luclla ..... Mohler, Thelma .... Moser. Gwendolyn. Moser. Zoe. Mosure. Bernice ..., Owens. Lorene. , . Prill, Clada, .... . Purmort, George .. Reidenbach. Ruby. . . Riggins, Ruby .,... Roberts. Leah .... Rumble, Frank.. . Rumble. Sarah. . . Sawyer, Mary. .. Shaw, Russell. , . Shorts. Phyllis .... Springer, Flossie. Stewart. Kenneth. , . Stowe. Roy. Stutsman. Lois. .. Tait, Clara.. .... Thomas. Ronald .. Thompson. Violet. Vnncil. Nicholas .... Wild. John .... Woten, Hazel. . . Woten. Homer. . Yoh. Esther. Young. Mary. . . Aglcr. Leona .. Albright, John. . . Ashbaugh. Cleota. . . Brown. Stella . . . Baxter. Donald. Bucher. Mary. Bri:tn,Medford. . . Burgocn,Robert, . . Brandt. Madeline. . , Cole. Thelma .... Clay. Amber .... , . Clark. Wilson ..,... Cottingham, Edythe. Cooper. Beatrice .... Davis, Darrell. Dougal. Norma. . . Dias. Berniece .... Duprey. Marie. Dixon. Emma . .. Dunson. Beulah. Evans. Kimball. . . Fowler. Lillian. Frick, Ruby .... Gribler. Martha. Goeke, Edward, . . Gamble. Roland . . . Gabriel, Geraldine, . . Hunt, Helen. , . . . .. Hawkins. I-larry. . , Hines. Claude ..... Hoaglin. Pauline Humphreys, Louise. . EXCALIIB Alumni Van Wert. Ohio ........ Van Wert, Ohio. R. F. D.. . . Forest, Ohio .. Van Wert. Ohio . . . Van Wert. Ohio ... Pontiac. Michigan . . Van Wert, Ohio . , . Van Wert. Ohio ,.. Azusa. California . . Cleveland. Ohio ...,, . Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. Van XVert. Ohio .... . . .Chicago. Illinois . . . . Kalamazoo, Michigan, . . Toledo, Ohio ,... . . Van Vlert, Ohio . . . SanDiego. California. Cleveland. Ohio . , . Fort Wayne. Indiana Van Wert. Ohio ... Cincinnati. Ohio . . . . . Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania Dearborn, Michigan .. , . .Mount Vernon. N, Y. Ravenna. Ohio .... Maumee. Ohio ... Tampa, Florida.. .., Milwaukee, Wisconsin . , .Van XVert. Ohio . . . Van Wert. Ohio . . , Van Wert. Ohio . .. Anderson, Indiana. Alhambra. California. . Chicago. Illinois .... Van Wert. Ohio . . . Van Wert. Ohio . .. Yonkers, New York ,... Van Wert. Ohio .... Toledo. Ohio ..,.. Van Wert. Ohio .... Van Wert. Ohio ..,.. 1921 Van Wert, Ohio . ., Alabama University. ,. Van Wert. Ohio , .. Van Wert, Ohio ... Lakeworth. Florida. Indianapolis. Indiana. Columbus, Ohio, . . Van Wert, Ohio . .. Lima, Ohio .. .... Hoaglin Township . . . Van Wert, Ohio .. Paulding, Ohio. , . . Toledo. Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio .. Buffalo. New York. Los Angeles, California. Fort XVayne. Indiana . , .Tampa, Florida. Van Wert, Ohio. .. Toledo. Ohio ..... Toledo. Ohio . . . Van Wert, Ohio Louisburg, Ohio ..., Detroit. Michigan. , . Ninety-jiw Cincinnati Northern Shops. Mrs. Dallas Poling. Mrs. I.. O. High, U, S. Post Olftce. Mrs. Alfred O'Brien. Mrs. Russell Underwood. E. J. Evans Wholesale Company. Farmer. Mrs. J. T. Wilcox. Mrs. Phil Margreth. Mrs. Ronald Thomas. Telephone Company. Mrs. Ray Clapper. Mrs, A, C. Sanger. Mrs. E. L. Shreck. Deceased. Stenographer. Curtiss Publishing Company. Mrs. M, G. Pugh. Central Mfg. Insurance Company. Mrs. Paul Webb. Mrs. Alfred Kennedy. Mrs. Darl F, Caris. Mrs. D. L. Dannembrinlr. United States Navy. Teacher. Teacher. 1 1 f Nils. Roland Gamble. Standard Oil Company. Mrs. Albert Kanan. Teacher. Farmer. Mrs. Clair St. Clair. Printer. Kemper Insurance Company, Mrs. Kenneth Gribler. Thomas Jewelry Store. Railroad Statistician. VJild's Meat Market. Mrs. Guy Garber. Main Tire Supply Company, . . . ,Mrs. Donald Cramer. Secretary to Supt. of County Schools Medical Student. Mrs, Arthur Osborn. Mrs. George Sells. Davey Tree Surgeon. Mrs. Charles Huddleson. Mrs. J. M. Collette. Deceased, Walk-Over Shoe Store. Mrs. Mrs Mrs. Mrs. W, E. Morgan. Arthur Leathers. Jack Williams. H. C. Springer. Evangelistic Singer. . . . .Traveling Salesman. Mrs. Gene Perry. Mrs. Harry Dunham. Construction Company Hines Drug Store. Mrs. D. E. Ciensler. Mrs. C. A. Wheeler, Perrine. Evangeline. Prudential Insurance Company. ,. .... Kenton. Ohio .... , . Hennerman. Lucille. Harmon. Irene. . . Jones, David .... Juillerat, Ida ..., Jackson, Paul. . . Jenkins, Edith, , , Jenkins. Ruth. ,. Jones, Leona. Kiracofe. Edna, Kreachbaum, Alice. Lindsey, Kenneth.. LeMunyon. Dedile. EXCALIBI I2 Alumni Marsh, Clifford ,.... .... McCoy. Marcile. . . Miller, Nelle. Nussbaum, Herbert. Osborn, Marshall. . Osborn, Eva . ...... .... Pennell. Dan ..... Perry. Helen. . , Potts, Hazel. . . Roller. Ruth. Roller. Roy ...... Ricketts, Wayne. Rogers, Margaret. . Roberts, Paul ..... Van Wert. Ohio ........ .Van Wert. Ohio,. ...... .Van Wert, Ohio ..,..... Silver City. New Mexico.. v5Q.'wQLf,Aoi1i.Q.' ' ' ' ' U Van Wert, Ohio ..,. .Van Wert. Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio .... .Van Wert. Ohio. Cleveland, Ohio. .Van Wert, Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio ..,. Van Wert. Ohio ........ .Van Wert, Ohio ..... , .... .... Montevideo, South America ..,. ..,. Van Wert, Ohio ......,... ..,. .Allen County, Ohio. .. .Fort Wayne. Indiana... Van Wert. Ohio. Riggins, Lawrence. . . ..., South Bend, Indiana. . . Sidle. Charlotte. . , Stuck, Eugene .... Stewart. Olive. .Van Wert. Ohio ..... .Dayton, Ohio ....., Schweikle. Virginia. . . .... Marion, Indiana... Steele. Gladys. Schmidt, Bernard. . Smith. Virginia. .. Sheets, Margaret. , . Shaffer, Mary ..... Tossey, Joe .,..., Underwood. Donald Uncapher. Mersene. Williamson. Charles. Webber, Myra. . , . Wade, Ralph ...., Webster, Sue ,... Williams. Laura. . , Agler, Eugene, . . Baxter. Ernest. Bien, Esther .... Black, Margaret. .. Bonnewitz, Paul, . . Brittsan. Esta. Brittsan, Geraldine. Conley, Paul ..... .Pontiac, Michigan, . . .Van Wert, Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio .... .Detroit. Michigan.. .Toledo, Ohio. .Van Wert, Ohio .... .Van Wert. Ohio ...... .Fort Wayne, Indiana ...,. .Long Island, New York... .Van Wert, Ohio .....,.. 1922 Van Wert. Ohio .,.. California. ,Van Wert. Ohio .... Van Wert, ,Ohio .... Winchester. Indiana. . . Couts, Clarice ..... . . . . Dustman. Mildred. . . .... Van Etta, Augusta. Evans. Eleanor. . Fort Fleck. Bernice ...... .... Gleason, Joseph. . . Greenewald, Thelma .... . . . Grove. Evelyn. Hanson. Helen .... Hester, Helen .... Hines, Mary ...... Hoover, Gertrude. Jones, Charles. Jones, Olwen ..... Jones. Gwendolyn. . Jones, Paul ..... Kear. Beatrice. , . Kisscll, Clara ..... Knowlton. Grace. . Koogle, Cecil . . . Leslie. Gaylord, . . , Meredith. Margarett J... ... McGurk. Forrest .... . . . Mohr, Sabina ..... Murphy. Kathryn. . Neel, Margaret .... Painter, Clifford. ,. Palmer,Fred ..... Penn, Morgan, Price, Elizabeth. Pruden, Myrtle .... Wert. Ohio .... Wayne, Indiana. .. Van Wert, Ohio ..... .Van Wert, Ohio .... Van Wert. Ohio, . . . .Oak Park. Illinois. . . . .Van Wert, Ohio .... Adrian. Michigan. . . .Venedocia. Ohio. . , Chicago, Illinois .... Harvard University. . . Fort Wayne, Indiana. .Detroit. Michigan, . . Van XVert. Ohio. . , 'Van Wert, Ohio. , . .Cincinnati, Ohio. .. .yah A Weir. oi1iQ'f.'.. Van Wert. Ohio. . .. Cleveland, Ohio. Van Wert, Ohio .,., mbus. Ohio, .. .. , .Colu N invty-six Bookkeeper. Mrs. Homer Bowen. Mrs. Carl Du nifon. Deceased. School Teacher. Needler's Music Store. Pennell's Drug Store. High School Teacher. Mrs, Guinn. Mrs. Gaylord Jones. Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. Mrs. Stanley Coates. Mrs. Paul Cartmill. School Teacher. . . . ,Mrs. Harry Kelly. Nisley Shoe Company. Kennedy Manufacturing Company. Delco Products Company. Kindergarten Teacher. General Motors. Deceased. Kindergarten Teacher. Hudson Motor Car Company. Teacher. Librarian. .Telephone Company. Mrs. Allen Wagner Schulz. Mrs. Clarence Powell. Bulletin Printing Office. Ohio Millers Mutual Insurance Co. Overall Manufacturing Company. Mrs. Day Stalker. Mrs. Burns Wyandt. Librarian, Mrs. Richard Greencwald. Central Mfg. Insurance Company. Mrs. Dale Dysert. . . ..Teacher. Fraternal Building I5 Loan Company .. . .Mrs. Carl N. Whitney. American Telephone 8 Telegraph Co. Mrs. John Hickman. Mrs. Lewis Ballard. Student. Teacher. Mrs. Em. L. Walters. Peoples Savings Bank. Graduate Nurse. Deceased. Teacher. Nurse. Farmer. .WAIU Radio Announcer. Deceased. Ucnnewitz Company. Rank. Fred ........ Richards. Mildred ..,. Richards. Ruth ...,. Richey, Gaylord ,... Rittenhouse. Marvel . Roberts. Melvin. EXCALI I3 Alumni Chicago, Illinois ..... Seattle. Washington. .. . . Cincinnati. Ohio . . ..Van Wert, Ohio. . .. .. ...Van Wert. Ohio. . . . Roggenkemper. Harriet, . . . . Middlepoin Rucklos, Marie ...,... . .Van Wert, Sawyer, Kathryn Schoonovcr. Frank. . . Sells, I-Ielen. Shaw.Coralie ...,. Sheely, Veda. Spayd, Margaret .... Springer. Corinne. . . Stetlcr. Mabel . .. Stewart. Olive. . Stitz. Miriam. Thomas, Dwight. Thompson, Kathleen. Todd, Violetta .,.... Weaver. Helen. Welch. Rush . . . West. Wilma. Yoh. Enoch. Angevine. Glenn. . . Bindewald. Edna.. Bowers. Harold . Brittson. Marjorie. . Busch. Lucille. Chilcote, Elva. . . Chryst. Mary, . . Coil, Marie .,.. Cramer. John ., Dasher. Dorothy. . . Dake. Edwin .,.. Deal, Miles Farnam. Jack. .. Feber. Fred. . . Frick, John. . . Fugate. Fern. . . Gamble, Neil. Giihn. Louise .. Glover. Ward .,.... Graven. Mary ..... Greenewald. Mary .. Hammen. Leo. Harting. Grace . . . Hofmann, Arthur .. Holtrey. Mary .... Hawkins. Robert. . . Hughes, Owen ..... Ireton. Josephine .. Jones, Edgar .... Kirkland. Nellie. . Klein. Elizabeth .... Kyle, Katherine. .. Ladd. Leonard .... Leiter. Wanda. Logan. Ruth. Long. Vivian .... McCoy. Marshall. McDonald, Marcile.. . Michael, Ruth ..... North, Dale. Parker. Eva ..... Rayer. Christine. Rucklos, Robert ..., Runnion. Dorothy. . . Shock, Dolph .... Showalter, Ruth .... Smith. Dale .... Smith. Irene. . . .. Staesel. Annabel . .. Steward. Donald .. Terpening, Myrl. Terry, Pearl ...... Uncapher, Nerma. . . Wade. Rhea ..... Walborn. Carlton. . . Wallace. Margaret. Weaver. Esther. Williams. Lloyd .... t. Ohio .... Ohio . . . . ...Van Wert. Ohio ,.. ..Van Wert. Ohio .. Van Wert, Ohio ... ...Van Wert. Ohio . . .. Yakima. Washington. . . . . .Van Wert. Ohio .... . .... Jackson. Michigan , . . . . .Van Wert, Ohio ...... . . . .Middletown. New York .. 1923 . .. Columbus. Ohio. , . .Albert Lee. Minnesota. . . . . . California. . . . Fort Wayne. Indiana . . ...Van Wert., Ohio... . , Chicago. Illinois. . . . ...Van Wert, Ohio... .. Van Wert, Ohio. . . . Van Wert. Ohio. . . ...Van Wert. Ohio . . . Mishawaka, Indiana . . Toledo, Ohio . . . . . . .Fort Wayne. Indiana . .Indianapolis Indiana ...Van Wert, Ohio... . . Florida. .. Jackson. Michigan.. . ...Van Wert. Ohio... . . . . Massilon, Ohio, . . ...Van Wert. Ohio.. . . Cleveland. Ohio. . . .Van Wert. Ohio. . . . Van Wert. Ohio. ,..Tdledot Ohio ...Van Wert. Ohio... .. . Blulfton. Ohio .,. .. Van Wert. Ohio. . , Chelsea, Michigan . . .Van Wert, Ohio . . . . .Van Wert, Ohio. . . . . .Van Wert. Ohio . ...Van Wert. Ohio .. . . .Van Wert, Ohio. . . .Middlepoint. Ohio. . . . ...Van Wert. Ohio... Lima. Ohio ...... .. Lima. Ohio . ... .. Van Wert. Ohio .. ...Fort NVayne, Indiana . . Van Wert. ,, Van Wert. Ohio .. Ohio .. ...Chicago, Illinois. . , . . . .Van Wert. Ohio... ...Van Wert, Ohio ..... . . .Fort Wayne. Indiana. .. .. .Massilon. Ohio... . . . . . .Van Wert. Ohio. Niriety-seven Interior Decorator. Mrs. Charles U. Anderson. Mrs. Roy Storch. Evans Wholesale House. Mrs. Herbert Sahie. Mrs. Asa Pollock. Bonnewitz Company. Mrs. Doyt Poling. Cincinnati Northern Railroad. Nurse. Mrs. G. E, Hallam. Mrs. E. R. Peters. Teacher. Deceased. Teacher. Mrs. Stanley Eikenbary. Automatic Telephone Company. Private Secretary. Mrs. Clifford Fowler. Mrs. J. V. Poling. Art Student. Mrs. Harold Ashbaugh. Mrs. Forrest Herlel. Restaurant. Nursing. Member of Military Band. . . . .Central Mfg. Insurance Company. .Telephone Operator. . . . .Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. . . . .Mrs. Carlton Walborn. School Teacher. Stenographer. Ofhce of Dr. P. B. Harris. Manual Training Teacher. Mrs. M. R. Longsworth. Mrs. Frank Mounts. Thomas Jewelry Store. Mrs. D. A. Walters. Mrs. Thomas Borden. Mrs. Clark. Mrs. Dolph Shock. Store Manager. School Teacher. Nurse. Western E5 Southern Life Insurance Co Y. M. C. A. College. Nurse. School Teacher. Mrs. Dale Smith. J. C. Penney Company. Allison. William. Wise. Harriet, Woodruff. Frieda. . . Mitchell. John .... Bayles. Edna , . . . Bayles, Eva ..... Bell. Gaylord. . . Bell, Wilbert .... Bennet. Almeta. . . Benson. Lillian .... Bien. Virginia .... Blake, Bcrneice .... Boham. Golda. Bonnewitz. Ruth. .. Callahan. Dan. Campbell, Virginia. Carlo, Luther ...,. Conley, Robert.. . . . Conn. Norman ........ . . . Crabtree. Marguerite Denig. Paul ..,.,, DeWitt. Lawrence.. EXCALIIEIJD Alumni . ,... Detroit. Michigan. . . . . .Mrs. Thane Albright. .Flint. Michigan. 1924 .Van Wert, Ohio. . . . Pontiac. Michigan. . . Van Wert. Ohio. .. Van Wert, Ohio. .. . . , .Venedocia. Ohio ...... Van Wert, Ohio ...,... ,Beverly Hills. California.. Van Wert. Ohio. ....... .Greenville. North Carolina. . . . .. Massachusetts .......... Van Wert, Ohio .... .Van Wert. Ohio .... Duprey. Grace. .... Eck. Howard ......,.. ,. . Eikenba ry, Geraldine. . . . . . Fryer, Mary ....,. Fugate, Gabriel. Goeke Charlotte. , . . . . Vera... ,. L dia . y . . . Gunn. Robert. . . Gunsett. Irma ...,. Harmon, Velma .... Hartzell. Myrdith. . Hertel. Heftel. Forrest.. . . . Vern. . . . . Hines, Robert ..., Hofmann, Pauline.. Hoghe, Lenore .,.. Ireton, Marcia. . . Ireton, Marcile .,.. Jackson. John. Koogle. Millard, . . Lampe. Mable . . Logan. Pearl ..... Lybarger, Arthur. Maxton, Vesta... Meyers, Willis... Palmer. Edith.. . Palmer. Regina. . Pennel, Dean .,,., Ptiddy. Richard. . . Ringer, Wava. .. Rumble. Alice.. . Severns. Mary, , . Sharp, Leland. Springer. Miriam, . . Starkey. Carl . . . Stutsma n. Elizabethi . Walters. Maurice. Werts. Leo. ..... . Wilson. Wilson. Helen. . . Eugene. , . . . ,Nurse. Nurse. . . .Farmer. . . .Farmer. Mrs. Coats. . . .Teacher Mrs. W. B. Anderson. . , .Mrs. Ralph Hennerman, Art Instructor. Teacher at Tuft's College. Container Company. . . .Life Insurance Salesman. Vaa Wert, Ohio .... . . .State Road Van Wert. Ohio ,... .U. S. Post ,. ........ . . ....... Deceased. .Van Wert. Ohio. East Lansing, Michigan. Professor. .Van Wert. Ohio ....... Beulah. Michigan ..... Van Wert. Ohio .... Van Wert. Ohio .... Fort Wayne. Indiana. Van Wert. Ohio. .. .Van Wert, Ohio, . . Van Wert. Ohio... .Van Wert. Ohio.. . . . .Van Wert. Ohio, ....... ,Van Wert Ohio. R. F. D . . . .New York' City. New York. . .,.. Van Wert. Ohio. ..,. . . . Van Wert. Ohio ........ Van Wert. Ohio. , ., Van Wert. Ohio ..,. Columbus. Ohio. .Corvallis, Oregon.. . . .Van Wert. Ohio. . . , ,Detroit. Michigan. , . .Van Wert, Ohio. .. Canton, Ohio, . .. . . . .Columbus. Ohio. . . Van Wert. Ohio ...... ,. Van Wert, Ohio ........ Ohio Northern University.. Van Wert. Ohio ...,.... Van Wert. Ohio ....... .Van Wert. Ohio. . . ,Detroit. Michigan .... ,. Fort Wayne. Indiana. , . Van Wert, Ohio. .Chicago. Illinois, .... . .Fort Wayne, Indiana. . . Columbus. Ohio .,.... 1925 Blair, Grethel ..,.. Blackburn. William. Carpenter. Victor.. Cole. Lorraine .... Conn,Ruth ,.,,... Coulter, Robert .... Crowe, Catherine.. , Dake. Ruth ..,..... . . . Dickinson. Marcella, Donart. Luvenia. . . Doncr. Paul ...... Draving, Howard. . . . . . Drury. Eugene ..., Duckwall, Vernon. Dunifon, Ethel. Edwards. Vera ..., Eirich. Evelyn. . . Van Wert. Ohio. ,Van Wert. Ohio.. ,. Wittenberg College .... Chicago, Illinois. . . Van Wert. Ohio... Cleveland. Ohio. .. Shelbyville. Indiana. Van Wert. Ohio, . . . .... Van Wert. Ohio. .. .. . Van Wert. Ohio. Wittenberg College .,...... . . . Ohio Northern University. .New York City ....... . . Van Wert. Ohio ....... Ohio Northern University. . Ninety-eight Inspector. Oilice. . . .Mrs, Robert Gunn, Mrs. Frank Knoste, .. .Mrs. Vachel Edwards. . . ,Mrs. Norman Conn. Stenographer. People's Restaurant. Ohio Powe r Company. Stenographer. Brumback Library. Young's Drug Store. Farmer. Central Mfg. Insurance Company. . . .Norris Coal Yard. Mrs. Philip B. Harris. Mrs. Lawrence Conley. Oregon State Agricultural School. Central Mfg. Insurance Company. Mrs. L. J. Welton. Armv Avia lor. Wilkinson Printing Company. Mrs. Luther Fold. Radio Station WAIU. Ohio Millers Mutual Insurance Co Auto Salesman. Student, Auditor's Office. Mrs. S. J. Mrs. Leona Young. rd Conn. Mrs. H. D. McNaughton. When Store. Y. M. C. A. College, Stenographe Heath Musi r. Wayne Tank Compa c Store. Standard Oil Company. Student. Y, W. C. A, Work. School Teacher. Air Mail P lot. I Mrs. Charles Stahl. Ohio Power Company. Beauty Ope Student. Student. Publishing rator. Company. Mrs. Ray Allen. Student. n l r I J .uifusn Bonnewitz Company. Eckenstein. John .... . - Farmer. Evans, William .,.. Farnam. Leo ..... Frick, Charles, . . Friesner, Mary. Gamble. Clinord. . . Gowans. Florence. . . Greulach. Clifford. , . XCALIIBL I2 Alumni . . Arizona. Lansing. Michigan .,.. i iVan Wert. Ohio... Detroit. Michigan. Van Wert. Ohio ..... Port Wayne. Indiana. . . Gribler, Francis Ann .... . . .Michigan. Hart, Dwight. Haughton, Madeline. Helman. Robert ..... .. Van Wert, Ohio.. Her-rel. Kathleen. . . Hester. Harold. . , Hofmann. Louis. Houltry. Clyde ,.... Howard, Florence. Humrickhouse. Vivian. Hymen. Kathryn. . . . Ireton. Mary Louise. . . . Jenkins, Gladys .... Jones. Thomas. . . Kiggins. Merle. . . Koogle. Paul. Long. Verl ..,... . McDonald. Norma. . . . . McGinnis. Beatrice. . McGinnis, Bertrand, . . . . . . Mathews, Pauline. Myers. Eva ....... Nickel, Helen, ,... Pomeroy. Virgil. . . Priddy, John .,.. Purmort, Marcia Rader, Pearl. Rager, Golda. Rank. Graydon. . . Rayet. Mary. Rice, Cecile .... Richey. Grace .... Riggin. Clarence. . . Ross, Dale ...... Sanders. Thelma .... Spahr. Thane ...... Spaulding. Winnifred .... .. Steinmetz. Helen .,.. . . . . , Stetler. Grace ...... Stewart, Virginia.. , Swaney, Everett. Warren. Ilo ..... Weidner. Mary ..... NVheeler. Bertha. Wise, Thelma Bernice. . . . . . Wise. Herbert. Wise. Kathleen M.. . . Wyandt. Bert .... Yoh. Carroll. . . Yoh. Harold ..... Yoh. Merle ....... Young. Marabell. Ackom. Dale ....... . . Agler. Leland ....... . . . Argenbright. Frank. . . . . . . Baker, Lorenzo ..... Barnes. Omah, . . . . Bates. Elizabeth. . . Beach. Jane ..... Beeler, Freida ..... Blake, Franklin ..... Bonnewitz. Lo ise l.l . . , . . Bowden. Jessie. . . . Burcaw, Helen. . , Cleland, Letha. . . Cleland. Loren. . . Conley. Fern ...... Cordier, David. . . . DeWitt, Marguerite. , . - Dibert. Mildred. . . Edwards. Kenneth. . . . - - ,GYOV Evans, Margaret Ann. . . . . . Fawcett. Robert ...... . . - Frantom. Luetta. . . . . Gaddis, Mary Alice. . . . , Gant. Dorothy ...... . . - Van Fort Wert. Ohio... Wayne, Indiana Colnmbu -. Ohio .... Ohio University.. .... . Boston. Massachusetts .... Van Wert. Ohio ...... Ohio State University. . . Detroit. Michigan. Oklahoma ....... Toledo, Ohio. . . . , Fort Wayne, Indiana Van Wert, Ohio. , . , , .Van Wert. Ohio. . , Van Wert. Ohio. Cincinnati. Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio ....... Wellesley. Massachusetts. . . Chicago. Illinois. . . Van Wert, Ohio .... Chicago. Illinois. . Lima. Ohio.. .. . Van Wert. Ohio. .. Van Wert. Ohio .... zWren. Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio .. Seattle. Washington. . , Van Wert. Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio.. Fort Wayne. Indiana Toledo, Ohio ..... Van Vvlert, Ohio... .Van Wert, Ohio. Ohio Northern University. , . Dayton, Ohio. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. . . . .Chicago. Illinois. 1926 Van Wert. Ohio ,,.., Van Wert, Ohio ..., Van Wert. Ohio .... Athens, Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio. . , Cincinnati. Ohio ..... Boston. Massachusetts. . Van Vilert. Ohio. . . . . XVert, Ohio. . . . . .Van Van Wert. Ohio... Van XVert, Ohio. . . . Van Wert. Ohio .... Delaware. Ohio. . . Van Wert. Ohio ..,., .Van Wert. Ohio ...,. University of Michigan. , . Fort Van .Van Wayne. Indiana. . . Wert. Ohio ..... Wert. Ohio. er Hill. Ohio ,... Wooster College . . . . Fort Wayne. Indiana. . . Van Wert, Ohio ..... Van Wert. Ohio. Indiana University. . . Nim'fy-nine Student. Radio Technician. Bookkeeper. Van Wert National Bank. Standard Creamery Company. Student-Concordia College. Ginn Publishing Company. Student. Teacher. Mrs. Leland Agler. Student. Traveling Salesman. Mrs. Charles Hofmann. Mrs. William King. Collins Grocery, Nurse. Insurance Agent. Student. Art Student. Nurse. Mrs. J, Merel Yoh. Embalmer. School Teacher. Kennedy Manufacturing Company. . . . .Van Wert Overall Company. Insurance Business. Monroe Cheese Company. Teacher. Mrs. Frank Siple. Mrs. Earl Westfall. Student. J. B. Stetson Hat Company. Farmer. J. C. Penney Company. Cincinnati Northern Depot. McKee Bindery. Cashier 8 Bookkeeper. J. C. Penney Co Mrs. Jack Thomas. Mrs. Harry J. Keebeck. Montgomery-Ward Company. Trelienger Greenhouse. Teacher. Social Case Worker. Telephone Oliice. Teacher. Girls' Industrial School. Bulletin Printing Oflice. Mrs. C. C. Alexander. Student. Mrs, Robert Fawcett. Humphreys Grocery Company. Student. Dudlo Manufacturing Company. Stenographer Motor Supply Company. Student. Gauvey, Marjorie.. . . Glass. Mary Kathryn. .. .. Gleason. Harriet ,.,.. Greenewald, Chester.. Gribler, Mary ...,.,.. .... Grill, Merwin ...,.... . . . ,. Harshman, Gwendolyn Hartman. Wilbur .... Hertel, Treva. Hoeken, Lenore. .. Hoghe, Albert ..... Jackson. Hazel ,..... Johnson, Mercedes. CALIIB Alumni Trinity College, . . " "'.'Cievennd, Ohio.. . Ohio University. , . Van Wert, Ohio ....... Kenton. Ohio .......... University of Pennsylvania Lima, Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio .,..... Van Wert, Ohio . . . Chicago. Illinois ..,. Van Wert. Ohio ..., .. . .Studenr. . , . Student. .. . .Studcnt. ....,... . . .Young Men's Christ ..... . . . . , Mrs. Paul Conley. fPittsburghJStudcnt. . . ......... Electrician. . . , .Mrs. Lynn Kennedy. ian Association. . . .Lake Shoe Company, . . . .Mrs. L. O. Walkers. Johnson, llflarguerite. . Jones. Carey .....,. King, Archie ,... .. Kohn, Walter. Leasure, Byron, . . Ludwig. Opal... Lytle, Chester. Martin, Mable .... Mason. Gertrude, Miller, Allegra. Miller, John ,,,.. Miller. Norbert. Moore. Bonita .... Norris. Thora ,... Van Wert. Ohio .... Van Wert. Ohio .... Cleveland. Ohio.. ,, Howell, Michigan.. Van W'ert, Ohio .... Columbus, Ohio. .. Van Wert, Ohio .... Van Vv'ert, Ohio . . . .Ollice of Dr. Trapp. . . . ,Radio Service Man, Gunsett Company . . . U. S. Marine. . , . ,Studenr, . . . Ollice of McPherson Oil Company. . . . Mrs. Gene Kintz. . . . Wedia Record Company. . . . .Van Wert Foundry. ,. . .Mrs. L, L. Herring. Nunemaker. Helen,. Palmer. Helen .,.. Poe, Julia ....... Priddy, Josef ....... Prishey, Asa ...... Raymond, Elizabeth.. Roberts, Naomi ...., Rumble. James ,..... ,,,. Runnion, Marguerite. Severns, Ruth ..... Shively. Opal ..... Sells. Margaret. .. Sinus, Marcella. ., Smith, Bernard... Steinmetz, Janet. .. Strothers, Judith, . . Welch, Neil ...., Wise, Roy ...... Young, Rachel.. .. Acheson, Maurice. ,, Arnold, Winifred .. Banla. William, .. Blake, Margaret . . Bell. Vaughn . .. Brown, Elizabeth ,. Busch, Reynold .... Chilcole, Pauline . . Clark, Russell .... Cobb. Delmar. . , Conn, Lois . , , Dilbone, Gerald? .. Drake, Forest, . . lidwards, Jane ,... Entlsley. Floyd, , . lfnglish, John, , ,. lfvans, David ..... Faller. Raymond. .. Iiatvcelt. llo .... Feber, Harold .... Fell. Faenella. ..., . Finkhouse, Glenn.. . lirick, Opal ..... Geary, Carmen. .. Gowens, Ellen .. . Gunsett, Luther ..,. Gunsett, Marguerite. . Hartman. Charles... Harvey, Donna, .. Harvey, Virgil . .. Hclman, Miriam .... llennernian. Alice.. Hofmann, Walter.. Jacobs, Richard , . . Jerome. Richard .... King, Doris, . ... King. Raymond. .. Kreachhaum, James, . . . .Ohio University .... . . . Van Wert, Ohio .....,. Ohio Northern University Ohio Northern University Van Wert, Ohio. .,.., . Columbus, Ohio ........ Alliance. Ohio ....... Ohio State University. . . Van Wert. Ohio. Lirna. Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio .... Chicago. Illinois. . . Van Wert. Ohio .... Jackson, Michigan. Seattle. Washington. . . . . ,Van Wert, Ohio .... ,.. Detroit, Michigan ...... Ohio Northern University University of Kansas.. . 1927 Van Wert, Ohio ,... Van Wert. Ohio .... Lima. Ohio. Van Wert, Ohio .... Cincinnati. Ohio . , . , Fort Wayne. Indiana.. . Van Wert, Ohio Van Wert, Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio .... Akron, Ohio ..,... Van Wert, Ohio .... Fort Vdayne. Indiana. Cincinnati, Ohio .... Van Wert, Ohio , ,, Ann Arbor. Michigan. Chicago. Illinois .... Van Wert, Ohio ..,. Van Wert. Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio, . . , Deland, Florida .... Van XVert, Ohio Van Wert. Ohio Van Wert, Ohio .... Chicago. Illinois ..., Van Wert. Ohio ..,. Fort Wayne, Indiana. . . Van Wert, Ohio .... Van Wert. Ohio Van Wert, Ohio . Van Wert. Ohio Detroit. Michigan . Ohio City, Ohio. Wittenberg College .... Hillsdale College .... Van Wert, Ohio, Van Wert, Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio ,... O uv H ll ml rr-rl . . . .Student, . , . . ,Mrs. James Swisher. . . . .... Sindcnt, . , . .... Student. Central Mfg. Insurance Company. . . . Mrs. Joseph Mitche . .. Mrs. Don Atha. . .... Student. Mrs. Roy Carmean. A...-.'Chicago's Art Club . . . .Telephone Oflice, . .. Sttdenr. . . ,.., Brumback Library. .... ...Proctor ii Gamble . . . ..., Student. .. ,..Student. . . . .Interior Decorator. . . . ,People's Savings Ba . . . .Bowers Drug Store. . . . Student. ll. College, Company. nk. . . , ,Western Union Telegraph Company. , . . .Auto Mechanic. . . . .Mrs. Ivan Johns. , . . .Container Company. . . . ,Painter. .. . .Mrs. R. G. Wood. . . . .Smi!h's Garage. , . .Conservatory of Music. . . . .Van Wert National . , . Student. . . . Chaulfeur. Bank. , . . .Bulletin Printing Oliice. . . . ,Ohio Power Company. , . . .Deland University-Student. . . . .Epp's Tin Shop. . . . ,Mrs. Owen Ainsworth, . . , ,Mrs. Gaylord Leslie. . . . Mrs. Ralph Hasfurt her. . . . .D. J. Gunsett Company. . . , .Nurses' Training Sc hool. . . . ,Fort Wayne-Lima Traction Depot. , , , ,Container Company. , , . .Container Company, . , . .Central Mfg. Insurance Company. . . . Mrs. Corliss Albright. . . . Student. . . .Student. . . . .Econ Gas Company. Harris. James. . . Leist. Clara ...... McCollum. Edith. . . McDonald. Mabel. . . Mankin. Agnes .,.. Marker. Virginia .... Marsh, Margaret. . . Matthews. Lucille. Michael. Maude. . . Mihm.. Rose. . . . Miller. Helen .,.. EXCALII3 I2 Alumni Van Wert. Ohio. ........... . . . . . . . . . .Van XVert Overall Company. . . . . . . .Central Mfgs. Insurance Company . . . Ohio Power Company. .. . Van Wert, Ohio . . . .Van Wert. Ohio . . . Van Wert. Ohio . . . . . . .Mrs. Gaylord Alspach. College for Women-Student. Rocbond Company. . . .Van Wert. Ohio. . .Ohio State University ..,. . . .Student. . . .Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania. . . . . . . ....VanWert.Ohio....... . .Van Wert, ' ...Van Ohio. . . . . .Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. Wert. Ohio.. . ... Miller. Minnie. Miller.Paul. . . . Miller. Ruby. . . Nloore. Wanda .... Nelson. Reynold. . . Nickey. Edward. Cechsle. Elmer .... Crt. Donald .,.. Osborn, Joe . . P:-Enter. Ibeal .... ...Van Wert. Ohio... . .Van Wert. Ohio. ...Van Wert. Ohio... ...Van Wert, Ohio... ... Van Wert. Ohio. ...... . . .. . . . Pittsburgh. Pennsylvania .... . . . . . . Corvallis. Oregon ....... . . . . . . New Haven. Indiana. Potts. Nellie ...... Pritchard, Percy. . Raudabaugh, Rosina. . . Ilucltlos. Richard ,... Sanders. Marvel.. . . ...Van Wert. Ohio. . . . .. . Van Wert, Ohio. . . . . .Van Wert, Ohio. ..Gary. Indiana. . . .Van Wert, Ohio. Deceased. Semer, Harry. Smith. Bernice ,,,. Smith. Euthema. .. Smith. John, . . . . Smith. Marcile. . . . Van Wert, Ohio. ...Van Wert. Ohio... . . . Van Wert. Ohio. Spayd, Marjorie.. . . Stewart. Harold. . . Stewart. Margaret. Stickney. Robert .... Switzer. Catherine. . . Thomas, James .... Tcssy. Helen ....... Weidner. Margaret .... W'eisman. Laura ...... ....Van ...Van ...Van ...Van ....Van .. ...Van NVilsi.n. Jordan .......... . . Van Worthington, Mary Jane. . . . . . . Van Yeats. George Harsen.. Ainsworth. Viola. Alspaugh. Neva. Alspaugh. Gaylord .... .. ...Van Wert, Ohio. . . NVert. Ohio. ..Lima, Ohi Wert. Ohio. . . Wert. 0 Wert. Ohio. . . Wert. Ohio. . . Wert. Ohio. Wert. Ohio. Wert. Ohio. Ohio... Kennedy Manufacturing Company. Balyeat Furniture Company. Mrs. Paul Dougal. Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. Coombs Shoe Company. Student. .Oregon State Agricultural College. Van Wert Telephone Company. Container Company. Telephone Oliice. Times Printing Oflice. . . . .Welfare Work. 1928 Van Wert. Ohio... .. ,. Baxter. D'Nelda .... ... . . . .Van Wert. Ohio.. . . . . . . . .. Bonnewitz. Mary E.. . . . . .NVestern College .... . . . . . . . . Bowers. Marguerite. . . . . .Bowling Green Normal. . . . . .. Bower. Lucy. Corathers. Dorothy. . . . . .Fort Wayne. Indiana.. . . . Counsellor, Lois .... . . . Van Wert. Ohio. . . . . . Courtney. Eveleen. . . . .Van Wert, Ohio. . . . . Dickinson. Trevlyn. . . .Van Wert, Ohio .... . . . Dorman. Louise. . . . . . Van Wert, Ohio.. . . . . .. Duckwall. Eloise .... . Laurel Girls' School .... .. Early. Mary. . .. . ...Miami University. . . . . . . Edwards, Austin. . . .Vanderbilt College. . . . . Eikenbary, Wayne. . . . . . .Van Wert. Ohio. English. Esther . . . .University of Denver . . Evans. Emmaline. Evans, Margaret .... Fleming. LaDoyt . . Freisner. Leonard. . . Fug.-ite. Esther, . . Gant, Robert ..... Goodwin. Paul .... Gribler. Harold. . . Hawkins. Alma. . . Hertel. Godfrey. . . Hileman. Pauline.. Hoeken. William .... Ireland. Fern. Jones. David. . . . Kesler. Virginia. . . Kennedy, Grace. . . Kennedy, Edna. . Kiger, Elizabeth. . . King. Clara.. . . . Klein. John. . . Klein. Miriam. . . Lane. Isabel ...... Mallory, Virginia. . . Mathews. Dale .... Mason Contractor. Kennedy Manufacturing Company. Dr. Holbroolis Oflite. Peoples Savings Bank. Kennedy Manufacturing Company. Sprunger Tin Shop. Student. Student. Kroger Ollice. Cloverleaf Creamery Company. Teacher. Cattle and Horse Business. Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. Student. Student. Student. Student. Student. Gunsett Company. J. C. Penney Company. ...Van Wert. Ohio... - - . . . Van Wert. Ohio ............ .. . . . . Van Wert. Ohio. . . . King's School of Oratory fPittsburghJ . . . . Indiana University. ............ . . . . . . . Van Wert. Ohio. . .Van ....Van ...Van ...Van ....Van ...Van ....Van ....Van Wert. Ohio... ... Wert. Ohio Wert. Ohio Wert. Ohio.. . . -- Wert. Ohio. .. -.- Wert. Ohio... .. Wert. Ohio.... Student. Student. Kennedy Manufacturing Company. Stenographer. Standard Creamery Company. Purmort Bros. Insurance Agency. State Highways Department, Balyeat Clothing Company. Overall Manufacturing Company. Montgomery Ward Company. Wert. Ohio. . . . . . Decatur. Indiana . Dennison University. . . . . . Van XVert, Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio... ... . . . .Chelsea. Michigan. Van Wert. Ohio. . . - - Wittenberg College. . . . . . Delphos, Ohio ..... .- Om' Humlrerl Om' Mrs. Charles Hite. Student. Klein Grocery. Ohio Underwriters' Student. Insurance Company Agent Fort Wayne-Lima Traction Co. McCollum. George. . . Medaugh. Beatrice. . . Mohler. Helen .,.,. Mosure. Gaylord. Morgan. Julia. . , Murphy, John. . . Murphy, Robert. . , LaValle, Helen. Parks. Florence. . . Pearson. Doris. . . Phillipy. Esther. .. Raabe, Helen ...., Raymond, Ruth. . . Robinson, James. Ross. Thelma ,... Roop. Beatrice. . . Rupright, Lois. . . Roberts. Julia . . Schultz. Robert. . . Schweikle. Floyd, . Sproul. Evelyn .... Stahl, Virginia .... Stemen. Doyl Stetlet, Loraine, . .. Spayd. Marcile .... Thatcher, Naomi. Thomas. William. . . Treffenger, George. . . Uncapher, Perry. , , Wertz. Karola ,.... Whitaker, Alta ,... Vlilliams. Mary. ,. Wise, Helen. Woodard, Elnora . . . EXCALI I3 Alumni ... Van Wert. Ohio... ,.. Van Wert, Ohio... . . . Marion. Virginia, .. ...Van Wert. Ohio. , ., . . . Fort Wayne, Indiana. .. . . . Toledo. Ohio . . . , ....Van Wert. Ohio,,... . , , Fort Wayne. Indiana. . .. . . . Wittenberg College. , . . . Wittenberg College. .. .. Van Wert. Ohio. ..Van Wert, Ohio. .. Van Wert, Ohio .,.... . , . Fort Wayne Art School, . . . . .Van Wert. Ohio .,... .. Fort Wayne. Indiana, . .. .. Van Wert, Ohio .... . . .Marian College. . . . ...Van Wert, Ohio .. . .Massilon. Ohio . . . . ...Van Y.Vert. Ohio . . . . .,Fort Wayne, Indiana .. ...Van Wert. Ohio.. . . ...Van Wert, Ohio. . ., ....Van Wert,Ohio ... Fort Wayne, Indiana. . . , . .Van Wert. Ohio .. .. .. Van Wert. Ohio, . .. . ,. Fort Wayne. Indiana. . . Worthington. Norman. . . . ,Van Wert, Ohio. Wyandt, Gerald , .... ..Van Wert. Ohio .. Wyandt. Harold ,... Alban. Thomas ,.,.. Arnold. Evelyn . . . ..Van Wert, Ohio .... . 1929 . . .Miami University. . . . . ...Van Wert. Ohio. ,. . . .Fort Wayne, Indiana, . . . . . Armentrout. Robert. . . . . Van Wert, Ohio. Beasley. Raymond. . , . , .Van Wert, Ohio. Black. Eugene . . . . . ,Miami University. . . Black. Evelyn , . . . .Van Wert, Ohio. Brake. Charles. Busch. Edgar . . Van Wert. Ohio . . . Clifton. Ted . Clifton, Vacilla ...,.. .. Kendallville, Indiana, Comer. Kenneth .... Van Wert, Ohio .,.. Corathers. Tennyson, Cordier. Mable .... Coverstone. Mary E Dias. Beulah ,.,.. . Donahue. Lester. .. Feigett, Paul Fox. Norton. . . Fugate. Gaede. Ruth .. Albert.. . . Gauvey. Richard . . . Gecowetz. Gerald ,. Geisma George. Good. n. Donald ..,. Bessie. Richard ..... . . Greilaeh. Margaret. . . Hawk. Norville , . Herring. Lucille .. Hoy. Floyd ..... Hurst. Marjory ..., Ingledue. Paul .. Jackson. Mildred. . Jerome. Robert. . , Jones, Dorothy. Jones. Marie. . . Jones. Pauline. .. Kouts, Naomi. .. Kouts. Virgil ..... Linser. Edward . . . Longwell, Richard. , . Marbaugh. Vera . . Miller, Margaret. .. Miller, Marian .,... Mohler. Moore. Morton Nichols Margaret . . . .. . Louise ..... . David. . . . Rex. . . Van Wert, Ohio .. Van Wert, Ohio, .. Van Wert. Ohio. . Van Wert. Ohio. . . Van Wert, Ohio. ,. Van Wert, Ohio. . . Van Wert, Ohio. . . Van Wert. Ohio. .. New York City ..... St. Louis, Missouri . . Van Wert, Ohio. Van Wert, Ohio. Miami University .... Van Wert. Ohio. . . Van Wert. Ohio. . . Van Wert. Ohio. Fort Wayne, Indiana. Van Wert, Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio. , . Miami University.. . Van Wert, Ohio. . . Wittenberg College. , . Van Wert. Ohio. . . Van Wert, Ohio. ., Van Wert. Ohio. Van Wert, Ohio. . Van Wert, Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio. . . Van Wert. Ohio .. Van Wert. Ohio. Van Wert. Ohio. . . Van Wert, Ohio. . . Miami University. . . Van Wert. Ohio. .. Cm' Humlrml Two Motor Supply Company. Oflice Studebaker Sales, Marion Junior College QStudentj. Telephone Company. General Electric Company. Simmons Wholesale Hardw are House. Central Mfgs. Insurance Company Student Nurse, Student. Student, Helyn's Beauty Shop. Student. Union Mill Flour Company. General Electric Company. Central Mfgs, Insurance Company. Student. Mrs. H. Van Ralston. J, C. Penney Company. Ohio Millers Mutual Insurance Company Nurse. Lutheran Hospital. Thomas Jewelry Store Treffenger Greenhouse. P. F. Uncapber B Son. Wolf Y5 Dessauer. The Morris Store. Evans Wholesale Company. Mrs. Forest Drake. Overall Manufacturing Co - I11 Cincinnati Northern Shops. Student. Arnold 'U Parker. Student. Farmer. General Electric Company. News Agency. Farmer. Balyeat's Restaurant. Container Company, Ohio Power Company. Cincinnati Northern Shops, pany. Feigert id Grenamier Clothing Store. . . . .Gaddis Ice Company. Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. Telephone Company, Student. Student. Montgomery Ward Compan Strand Theatre. Times Printing Ofiiee. Student. Fisher i5 Harris Grocery. Student. Zanor's Confectionery. Young Women's Christian King's Grocery. Dr. Conley's OfHce. Foundry Company. Cashier. Fisher E5 Harris G Student Nurse. Student. Young Women's Christian Y. Association. rocery. Association. Norris. Vernal, . . . Nussbaum. Willard. . . . . EXC LI I3 Alumni . . . . Columbus. Ohio. ..Van Wert. Ohio. Oechsle. Marguerite, . . .,.. Van Wert. Ohio. . . . . Palmer. Marjorie. . . . . , Kendallville, Indiana, . . Pennell, Virginia. .. ..., Van Wert. Ohio . .. Phelps, Sarah E .... . . .Fort Wayne. Indiana.. . Richey, Charles. . . ..., Van Wert. Ohio. Roop. Edythe. ., .,.. Van Wert. Ohio. Rucklos. Harry ..... ..,. T oledo. Ohio. Seharff. Henrietta. . . . . , Van Wert, Ohio. . . Schuster. Mildred. . . . . . Van Wert. Ohio. . . Sherritk. Joevelyn .... .... V an Wert, Ohio. Showalter. Carl ..... .... V an Wert. Ohio... Siegel, Margaret. . . Sinn. Harriette. . . . . . Dayton. Ohio .. Fort XVayne. Ind Smith. Dorothy. , .. . . .. Stetler. Bernhardt. Stewart, Echo .... ,, ...Van V-Vert. . . ..., Van Wert. Stickney. Margaret. Thomas. Lloyd. , , Thurman. Margueri Uncapher. Charles. Uncapher. Dorothy Walters. Pauline. . Nyeisman. Pauline. Wells. Isabelle. . . . . . . . . Van Wert. . . . ,.,. Van XVert. IE ...Miami Uni . , Van Wert. ...Van Wert. Varnficld. Cyril ..,. . . . Ohio State . . ,, .Van XX'ert. . .Van Wlert. ,, , Van XVert, Bowling Green St Ohio Ohio Ohio. Ohio . . .Mrs. Gerald Davis. . . . Mrs. Vacilla Clifton. ...Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. . . . . International Business College CStudentJ. . . .ScharlT's Greenhouse. . . ,Ohio Power Company. . . Post-Graduate Course V. NV. H. S. . . . . . , . . Nurses' Training School. iana ,..... . . . . . Nurses' Training School. ate Normal .... . . . Student. . . . . . . . . . .. . . .Mechanic Willys-Overland. ......... ...Drake's Restaurant. versity. . . , Ohio Ohio Unive Ohio Ohio Ohio rsity.. . . .Thomas Jewelry Store. . . . Student. . . .Kennedy Manufacturing Company. .. .Central Mfgs. Insurance Company. . . . . Student. . . .Central Mfgs. Insurance Company, . . Student Nurse. . . .Brumbatk Library. Whitney. Robert, . . .... Miami University. . . . . . Student. Williams. Betty. . . . .Van Wert. Ohio. Winans. John .,.... , . .Van Wert, Ohio. Woodruff, Margaret, , . .,.. Wittenberg College ....... . . Student. Xvright. Carl, ..... ..., P ittsburgh. Pennsylvania ..., . . .Salesman. Lawrence K.: "So you went out to meet your WITNESS VS. LAWYER girl's people and listen to the radio?" Max S.: "Yeh, but the reception was bad." ESSAY ON CATS BY CHARLES EXLINE "Cats that's meant for boys to Maul and tease is called Maltease cats. Some cats are reckoned by how quiet their purr is and these are named Per- sian cats. The cats what has very bad tempers is called Angorie cats, and cats with deep feelin's is called Feline cats. I don't like cats." TRY THESE ON YOUR FLIVVER "Vitaphord-you see as Well as Hear." 'Don't Laugh, Big Boy-This one's paid for." "I may be Shiftless, But My Relatives are Mak- ing Good." "Fifty Per Cent Straight Eight." uPay as You Enter." "I Rattle Before I Strike." "A-merry-can." "We call her Aimee because she's missing." "Me, too." "Breeze on: the cemeteries ain't half full yet." Mrs. Rounder: "I see the Hechaws have moved out of their apartment. I wonder why?" Mr. Rounder: "Animals are not allowed in it. Everyone says Hechaw's a jackass, his wife's a cat, his son's a puppy, and his daughter is a bird." Barbara Holbrook: "Have you heard that new Gorilla song?" Izzy Lasky, who hadn't been in this country long, was a witness in a lawsuit, and the lawyer cross-examining him began: "Lasky, what do you do?" "Ven?" asked Lasky. "When you work, or course," replied the lawyer. "Vy, work-1" "I know," said the lawyer, "but what at?" "At a bench." "Oh!" groaned the lawyer. "Where do you work at a bench?" In a factory." "What kind of a factory?" "BriCk." "You make bricks?" No: de factory is made of bricks." l'Now, Lasky, what do you make in that fac- tory?" "Fifteen dollars a veek." "No. No. What does the factory make?" I dunno: a lot of money, I t'ink." "Now, listen! What kind of goods does the factory produce?" "Oh! Good goods." "I know: but what kind of goods?" "De best." "Of what?" V Of dose goods." "Your honor," said the lawyer, "I give up." rt rt tt u ...xl Bob: "No how does it go?" A golddigger is a girl who thinks of the present Barbara: 'Gorilla My Dreams I Love You." and the sweet buy-and-buy. Om' Hum! red Tb ret' M T Xizwq i H X Behiratinn Ein the une mhn has en- heareh himself tu the heart nf euerp stuhent ani! ulhn has trulg caught the spirit nf Han mert High Srhnnl thuugh he has heen with us hut ax shnrt time, me, the class nf 1930, he ' te this the 12th uulume nf nur Excalibur-- - EE. Lf- illllnger - If X Neff , ff ml if BJ YN UQ Q2 :ww .2 it 401 . B '- 4 vaf x .fn T'-f ' Q 2 H ?Xk I K 3 XCALIB E Wish to thank all our advertisers, for Without their help our hook would not have attained the success that it deserves. May we repay them in a small Way by our patronage. "LIFE GOES THE WAY YOUTH FINALLY TAKES" -Herbert Hoover. Young Men's Christian Association YMCA OF VAN WERT COUNTY SEPTEMBER Monday, 'lf-Hi-ho, everybody, hi-ho? School starts with a bang. everybody is back and ready to begin. As- sembly. Got acquainted with the Faculty, Tuesday. IO-fReal football practice starts. Chorus Mr. Jones is trying to put his foot down hard. Wednesday, llfWe heard a speech by Alvarin Sn his prison life Oh. the life of a convict! Thursday. lZTSchool goes on as usual, only I believe Mr. Jones is succeeding. Friday, I3-Teachers all spring tests-more "baloney." Saturday. 1-lfFirst dav of rest Pl. Monday. 16-Same old grind-drag 'em out, First Y-Hi meeting Tuesdav. 17-f-Hello' Goodfbye' Wednesday, l8ffSome of the teachers have a grouch on today' -looks bad, Nominated class oflicers, Thursday, l9fSame old turnover. liriday. 20- frkssemblyfinformed on football tickets. start competitive work Nominated cheer leaders. Saturday. ll--'Nother rest day . Monday. 13-r-Y-Hi Freshman Partyfmore children! l'lifY Banquet. Voted for class officers and cheer leaders. Tuesday. 1-4-First Bank Day-Miss Crum talked about our crimpy banking. Our percentage was not high. Wednesday. l5+My gracious sakes alive? Thursday. Zfifljeople beginning to think of football game Saturday. Friday. Z7fAssembly-getting pepped up for big game tomorrow. Big pep meeting. speeches, 'nd all. Saturday, Z87Football game with Bluffton. We lost but our boys still have the old fight and spirit. Monday, 30'fShort meeting of Sophomores. Mr, Moyer shows us the cup which Miss Crum sent. OCTOBER Tuesday, lfSecond Bank Day. and hope we did wake upffpercentage up 2092-. Bob put colors on cup starts. ow On Om' ll ll Il rl rm for Sophs. Ring and pin committee met and decided on rings. XVednesday. 2'-Meeting of Senior Class to decide on Rings. Receive congratulations from Miss Crum. Thursday. lfptacticing for the operettafLouise Perry has lead, she's quite a yodeler! Friday. -lil-leap big assembly, Mr. Jones composes new school song. Lecture course program introduced, Saturday. 5fFootball with Greenville. lost 20 to 0, Remind the boys, our time's coming, Monday. 7-'Kenny Coombs appears at school with a lovely black eye. Tuesday, 8fBank Day. percentage still gaining. Sophs banked 96'Z, Teachers have banquet, a great suc' cess, Wednesday, 9-Junior Hi-Y meeting. Fire drills in the afternoon. Thursday, lOWgcrting ready for the game. Good graf cious. how it rainsf Friday. ll--Game with St. Marys. Oh my, we lose again, 20 to 0, Assembly. Art Week. appreciative talk. Saturday. lZ+By-lay. Monday. I4-fa'-Hi meeting. Tuesday, l5A-Shakespeare players present Julius Caesar, Bank Dayfsophs win again. 9711, XVednesday, I6-Hi-Y meeting. Junior Hi-Y meeting. Thursday. l7fNothing special. Friday. l8--Assembly. Play Wapakoneta, lose I2 to O fwtfre gaining. Saturday, l9i'Nother day. Monday. 2l+Assembly. Kenton Hi challenges us- we're going to beat them, Tuesday. 22-HiAY Banquetfmore beans! Wednesday. Z37First snow of the year-gobs of slush. Thursday. Z4-Receive letter from Kenton saying their per cent. was 88.6. Ours was 8411. Friday. Z5+We play Ada there-lost 6 to 33, No schoolfleachers go to Toledo. Saturday, 26--Hal Hal Monday. ZSYYAHL I Four EXCALIIB For the social activities in connection with the School Commencement for 1930 you will Want flowers, whether it is your daughter, niece or a friend that graduates. For the Junior-Senior Prom she will Want a corsage. For Commencement a bunch of roses in an arm bouquet. WE CAN CARE FOR ALL YOUR WANTS IN FLOWERS, WHATEVER THE OCCASION MAY BE Tvolzzfed Jblellzber Florisf '1't'legrapfJ 7Delit'r'ry eflssoriafion C. H. Treffenger Florist 402 GEORGE STREET VAN WERT, OHIO "SAY IT WI TH FLOWERS" Tuesday. 29+Bank Day-Sophs again win. Hi-Y Ban- quetfchili-more beans. Operetta. "Ghost of Lolly- pop Bay." Wednesday, 30-Room 9-Seniors-challenge the other rooms to 10092 Banking. Thursday, 31-Halloween. Ciobs of ghosts out. NOVEMBER Friday, I--We play Hicksville-score O-0. Saturday, l+First Saturday of November. Monday. 4-Y-Hi cabinet meeting. Tuesday. 5-Seniors bank IOOLH-. Assembly-some spirit. XVednesday. 6-Dr. Carroll Lewis from Cincinnati talked to YAHi girls after school. Thursday. 7-Nothing to cause head-throbs happened. Friday. Sfshort Assembly, Seniors challenged rest of the school to 100911. Saturday. 9--No more baloneyf Monday ll-Armistice Day. Short program in home room. Football game with Celinafscore 0-6. Tuesday. IZ-Seniors and Juniors bank l009b. Wednesday. 13-Parents and Visitors' Day at school. Thursday, 14-Short assembly-cheers for our team. Friday. l5fNloving pictures in new building. Monday. I8-Seniors elect Business Manager and Editor of Excalibur. Tuesday. 19-Bank DayfSeniors. Juniors. Sophomores -10075. Joint Hi-Y and Y-Hi meeting. XVednesday. Z0-Snow again today. Brrrfifs cold. Seniors decide to solicit for magazines, Thursday. Z1-Meeting of Seniors with Mr. Gray. Crowell Publishing Company rperesentative. Friday. Z2-Senior beneht dance, Saturday. Z3-Have a good time! Monday, 25-Nothing much. Carrying on magazine drive. Tuesday. Z6-Bank Day. Everybody l009iu. Assem- bly+for the Freshmen to tie their ribbons on the cup. Wednesday, 27-Y-Hi. Thanksgiving assembly. Dr. Reeder talked to us. Thursday. 23fThanksgiving vacation. Another foot- ball game. Friday. Z0fVacation. Saturday, 30-Doing anything? DECEMBER Monday. Zfhlothing special. Tuesday. 37Freshmen go down to 9601-. The rest of us stay 1001. XVednesday. 4fWe elect home doom representatives. Thursday, 5-All this excitement over a little mouse +Dueky XVebb-out hero' Friday. 6---Freshmen Ciirls' representatives to Y-Hi Cab- inet chosen. Saturday. TfDid it snow' Monday. 9--Excalibur Staff meeting. Closed magazine drive. Tuesday. l0fHiAYffeed. Wednesday. llfihssembly-'llifY boys give returns from conference. Thursday, IlfDay after XVednesday. Friday. 13-Excalibur Staff meeting. Basketball game --we win. Reserves, 27-10: Varsity, 33-ll. Sen- ior Girls tvin from Freshies. Saturday, l4fOh! These Saturdays! Monday, 16-Lyceum No. "Sun-Up"-a great suc cess. Tuesday. l7--Bank Day. XVednesday. l8-Christmas play--Bah. Humbug! Thursday, 194.-Xnother day over! Friday. 20-Vacation begins at 4:00 P. M. Saturday. Z1-Vacation! Monday. l3vY4Hi dance. Tuesday. Z4-Day before Christmas, Vklednesday, 25-'Christmas Thursday. Z6--Day after Christmas. Hi-Y and Y-Hi reception for college students. Friday, Z7-fStill vacation. Played Rockford-won. Saturday. Z8-Played Ohio City-won both games. Mondav, 30'--Still vacation. Tuesday. 3lfNew Year's Eve. Hear the bells, bells, bells! Om' H11 utlrrtl Fit 'z' i ,--,,,,,,,,1., -XCALIIB I2 l Constant, even cold, with ELECTROLUX, the Gas Refrigerator. l I Constant, healthful hot Water, Wlth the HUMPH- REY A ' S G W Heater. 4 I 1 I Q Constant satlsfactlon 1n cooklng, Wlth the Insu- lated, Oven Heat Controlled Gas Range. ' I i Th G L' h C e Van Wert as rg t o. lege. Are you going' Friday, NFA dumb dayfnot even an assembly. Wednesday, 1-New Year'sY Thursday. Z7Baclt to school. Everybody sleepy, 'spe- cially Bob Lehman. Friday, 3+Old graduates visit once more. Gene Black Saturday' ljfl-hinccn days lm Valcmine-S Day! Jppmrs gufglmg' Played St' Marysfwon both Monday. 3g'Nother Y-Hi whatchamacallit, l guncs' . Tuesday, 4--Bank Day again. Saturday, 4-Some more holidays! yvcdncsdayl 54AnOthL,r funny day' l Monday. 67School resumed againfmany tears shed to Thursday 6,And anothur l see our dear friends go back to school. More yellow Friday' 7'7We play Ccyina again' Now we mn HOW. l SHPSTM' E' M' get Om' , , Barbara gains some enemies. l Tuesday. 7-Bank Day. Junior High banks 100017. . E . ' . . , Saturday, 8 Another holiday. l Wcdncsday' 8TA'll' Tal? Sent Ou! of ms' pnlod Study Monday, lO+Life s too short for groping, says Bill y Hall7She will sass. Jenn 5 Thursday, 9iDay before Friday. T d 1 HHN h. .11 ' R p ' . Friday, 10-APlay Celina-lost 28-26. "Gunny" tears ujilsayi I K L ft OWS m ow appear in Over lining of Celina woman's coat in excitement1yea Wedngsdayv lzgyrlsscmblylifrlonor Brighti' is going Agnes! to be good. Samrdw' l1T'MorD work ,for Somel Thursday, l3fHi-Yfanother big feed. l Mondnv' l3TPlMlmu0n Smgus yodell' Friday. l4-Be my valentine? First night of "Honor Tuesday, 14-Seniors 1OO'Z1. Thats the old Gghtl Bright--Ysure is good XVednesday, 154A is for Anna, B is for Bob7Senior Saturday, 151MOrc phi' kngllsh IV knows what mf' mmm' Monday. l7fTom's back at school. Seniors win basf Thursday. l6-Still recuperating! kcrbau gtlme Friday, l7iKenton beats Van Wert. 32 to 28. Every- Tuesday lsriyhnk Day one goes wild. M. S.'s voice needs oilingfsome tears xvcdncsdgyl 19-Liszt Chscmbleiphnxy good shed' . , . Thursday. 20--Pass an Excalibur on to your children. Saturday 18-Our Editors birthday. - Friday, Zl-Day before Washington's birthday. Monday, Z07Doctor Stott gave tallt in Assembly and Sawrdw Zziwashington-5 birthday to English and Public Speal-ting classes. Monday 'Z41Y-Hi Cnbinn mgetingr Tflcsdny' ZITBMIQ DJYTSE'-'l9rs looql' Tuesday. 25fBanlt Day-not so good. Vwdncsday' ZZT-Nolhmg 'n P'nC'lc" Wednesday, Z6-Such an uneventful day! Thursday' UKJUS' 'mother Thufsday' Thursday. 27-Nearly the end of February. Friday, Z-lfixissembly. lnternational Collegeforchestra Friday Zgionc more assembly I-ASI day of February and glee club. WVHOW odd, H ' l Saturday, 25-Some of Y-Hi at Columbus. What i for? xl Monday. 27-Y-Hi. G. R. Sec. from Lima--tallts. Tuesday. Z8+Bank Day. Wednesday. 29fLaugh at your face in Excalibur. Thursday, 30fAssembly. Mr. Shipps talks about col- Saturday. lflnloliday. Monday. 3fY-Hi Cabinet meeting. Om' Humfrrtl Six EXCALII3 Standard Creamery Co. Jblafzzzfacizzrers 0 Velvet Ice Cream Blue Ribbon Butter Pasteurized Milk and Cream USE PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS Retail Store and Plant EAST CENTRAL AVENUE TELEPHONE 2390 OPPOSITE POST OFFICE Tuesday. 4-Hi-Y has more feeds! Guess I'll join. XVednesday. 5-Getting ready for the basketball tourna- ment. Thursday. 6-Assembly. Mr. Lewis suggests a plan! You know. Friday. 7fClown Revue practice. Saturday, 8-I don't like these days. Monday, l0?YaHi music program. Tuesday. ll-Bank Day-Seniors 10092, Yea Seniors. Vlfednesday, ll-S'more practicing. Thursday. 13-The kids sure are working, Friday, 147Clown Revue, Yeah Bo? Saturday, 15-Still clowns, Monday, l7AffYfl-li Cabinet meeting. Tuesday. I8-The old standbys make l00'Zy. Come on, Froshi XVednesday, 19-Junior Hi-Y. Thursday. Z0-Wasn't there anything? Friday. 21-Music Department program, Tommy toots his Sousa. APRIL Tuesday, lfApril foolf Vklednesday. Zf'Anne is in tears. Thursday, 3-Begin track meet-Seniors ahead. Friday, 47Yef Seniorsf Some class. Seniors win the track meetf Saturday, 5-Oh! the day after! Monday, 7+Good to get those college kids back. they pester us to death. Several rags disappear in Chem- istry Lab Tuesday. 8-Some more state tests. Xvednesday, 9-Martie Clark threatens Mr, Moyergifs too early to come at 8:30, Another college speaker. Thursday. 10-Math Club journeys to Delphos to ste the stars. Friday, ll+Pa-Ma-Me Banquet of Y-Hi. Saturday. lZfApril showers bring May flowers. Monday, l-3-Star gazing. Hi-Y Induction. Tuesday, 15-First baseball game-Ohio City. Yea! team. Wednesday'. 16-Junior Hi-Y. Thursday, l7+Rain-no game. Friday. lS-Another baseball gamcfwith Paulding, Saturday. 19-Seniors seek honors in Senior Scholarsihp Test. Monday. Zl-Pinching day for some people. Tuesday. 22-Bank Day. XVednesday. Z3fTwcntyfHve more days of school, Thursday. Z4-Some assemblyf Friday, Z57Another game with Paulding. XVC win. Martie "Stoops to Conquer," Saturday, Z6-Commercial Department contest at Lima. Van XVert first. Monday. Z8-Y-Hi election. Congratulations, Cleo! Tuesday, 29- Bank Day. Seniors still way up there. XVednesday. 30f"It's an ill rain that brings nobody good," MAY Thursday, lgDay before big event. Track meet at Celina. Elect May King and Queen. Friday, 2-We play Delphos, Eistcddfod. Tommy roots his "Susie" again. Saturday 3.fScholarship contests at Bowling Green. Monday. 5-Band plays. What an enthusiastic audience! Tuesday, 67Ohio City once again, Wednesday, 7-Such blank days. Thursday, 8-Marshall gets het up. Friday. 9fTraclt team all set for Ada meet. Saturday. 10-Ada track meet. Monday, I2-We wonder if it will ever stop raining? Tuesday. 13-Bank Day again. Come on, Seniors, I.et's get our names on that cup. Wednesday. 14-May King and Queen appear. Thursday. 15-I hope the 1931 Calendar Editor is more of a prophet than I. Friday. l6+Another game with Delphos. Saturday. l7fWe can spend Saturdays outdoors any- way. Monday. 19-Another week started. Tuesday. ZOfSeniors are looking at the cup with cov- etous eyes. Wednesday. 21-I hear the Juniors are beginning to worry. Thursday. ZZ-They're still worrying and working. Friday. 23-Senior Assembly. Prom-can't be beaten. Saturday, Z4-Day after the Prom! Monday. Z6-Won't be long now. Tuesday, 27-Some more money salted away and lots unsalted. Wednesday. 28fBesh wishes for next year. Juniors. Thursday, Z9-Commencement. Goodbye, Van Wert High School. Friday, 30-We hope you are on the top the rest of your days. One Humlrml Seven EXCALIIBUIQ MORE THAN A DEPOSITORY This bank is something more than a depository of funds. It is a place Where old friendships and associations are fostered and new ones are invited and formed .... a place Where certain ideals, principles and concepts of public service are followed. The "Peoples,' is recognized as one of service and one of the strongest banks in this section, the total protection to depositors being over Four Hundred Thousand Dollars. Peoples Savings Bank VAN WERT, OI-IIO - ALL-AMERICAN ELEVEN Graham Crackers Selection. "I have got one advantage over you still," said the horse as he looked at Keith Painter's Ford. "XVhen I'm worn out, I can be worked up into Left End ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,.........,......, Locke of Yale canned beef and gum-drops and you can't." -X- Mr. Nott Cto Sociology classj: "If I'm ever beheaded I want you to see that it's done by ma- chinery, and not by a man. Machinery is so much more sure." -X- Minister: "Young man, do you attend a place of worship?,' Lawrence K.: "Yes, Sir-I do. Er, er, in fact I'm on my Way to see her nowf' -X- "XVike" Hartzell: "That bird Richleugh must have money." Gertrude B.: "So must I. Introduce me, will you?" -X- "Pc.1nut', H.: 'My gal is so lazy she won't laugh when she hears a funny jokef' "Ducky" NV.: "I-Iuh! That ain't nuthin'. My gal is so dog-goned lazy she won't ache when she'5 got a pain." -X- Red Stickney: "Say, Tom, why do you always carry yeast around all the time?" Tom DeWitt: "For my school girl complexion, of course, and then, too. it raises dough." Left Guard ,,,,,,, ,,......... Bells of St. Mary's Left Tackle. ....... ,,..,,,, G irls of Manhattan Center ...., . ....... ,..,,,,,,... W estern Union Right Tackle ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, P uft, Rice Right Guard Y..,.YY, .Y,..... S panish, Maine Right End ,.....,... ,,,,..,,,.,,,, D ee, Bates Quarter Back ,,,,,,, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. Darke, Brown Right Half ,,,.,,,,, ,,..,,,,,,,,....,,.....,....,,.... E lgin, Knox Full Back ,...e..,.... ....... G eorge, Wasliington and Lee -X- Author: "This is the plot of my new story: A mid-night scene. Two bandits creep stealthily to- ward the house. They scale a wall, and force open a window. As they slip in the clock strikes one fi Thrillecl one fbreathlesslyj: "Wliicl1 one?" -X- Margaret Clark: "So you sprained your ankle just as you were going by the Medical College. Wi15I'1,C that romantic?" Martha H.: "I should say not, it turned out to be a Woi1ien's Medical College." -X- Miss Smith fBiologyj: "We will now begin naming the lower animals, beginning with John Allen." Om' I'I11mlrvil Eigbl EXCALIBUIQ Gruen Guild Watches Thomas Jewelry Co. 209 East Main Street EXCALIBUID LYE 'Il gg The ctoighuela Ilfg VAN WERT, OHIO HOME OF EVERYTHING IN CORRECT CLOTHES FOR THE MAN WHO CARES She: "I feel as if I were in the arms of an angelf, He: "Gee, and I thought I was getting to be a regular devil with the ladies." -X- Glen Bates: "Did you ever try taking chloro- form?" Galen Conley: "No, who teaches it?" -X- Mr. Katterheinrich: "There's a person in this class who's making a fool out of himself. Now when he's through I'll begin." -X- TOOT TOOTERIN' A tooter who tutored a flute Tutored two tooters to toot. Is it harder to tutor two tooters to tutor Than tutor two tooters to toot? -X- Mary E. Barbour: "Isn't Coach Klendworth the most absent-minded thing! Dozens of times I've seen him trying to light a match on the wrong end," Lee Gamble: "Is that why he's bald?" -X- "Children Sing for WBZ," says a heacl-line in a Boston paper. This goes Castoria one better. -X- Every man has a right to be homely, but he doesn't need to abuse the privilege. THE CALL HIM- Gas Meter-because he just can't help lying. Dandruff-he was always falling on their shoul- ders. Babe Ruth-he's such a hard knocker. Flour-he's been through the mill. Canoe-he has to be bailed out so often. Egg Bearer-he's such a good mixer. Browning-his line is so deep. Pigeon Toes-he's always ready to turn in. Bread-he has a lot of crust. Puget-the sound he makes when he snores. -X- There was a hold-up in Chicago and Betty Stet- ler, a young stenographer, was grazed by a stray bullet. Thinking she was dying, she dictated a farewell note: "Rush this to Harry," she whis- pered, "My own true love, my last thoughts were of you." "Carbon copies to Rosie, Gordon, and Vile." -X- Nott says: "Think of the thrill of telling a stranger over the phone that you're out but if he has a message for you, you will take it and give it to yourself when you return." -X- LaVon Pierce: "They say that scientists claim that each kiss shortens a girlls life ten minutes." Marcella Douglas: "Heavens above, I'Ve been dead 300 years and didn't know it." Om' Hnndrerl Ten EXCAICI ll UD When You See the Name Agler Think of Photographs When You Think of Photographs Visit the AGLER STUDIO We Were ibe Ojfcial Photographers For the Class of1930 COMPLI M EN TS Of Peanuts Inn C. E. HAMMOND, Prop. Congratulations are Extended to the Graduating Class of 1930 WILD BROTHERS Dealersirz QUALITY MEATS Jbfeezf Your Friends af Young's Drug Store Next to Bonnewitz Company 122 W. MAIN TELEPHONE 3254 VAN WERT, OHIO One H1llll1fL'll Eleven EXCAl.II3I.JIQ C. W. Williman Meat Market THE MARKET WITH QUALITY MEATS PHONE 3191 143 E. CENTRAL AVENUE Ewbank fin angerjz "Why didn't you run for a touchdown, you confounded idiot?" Tom Alberts: "Because I saw that the radio an- nouncer wasn't looking." -x Sunday School Teacher: Lord to give us our daily Graydon Elder: "Wl1y the big ualgh?" Don Dilbone: "A fellow just turned a corner." Elder: "Wl1at's so funny about that?" Don: "There wasn't any corner to turn." TXT "Why do we ask the THEY CALL HER- bread?', ,lim English: "Because We Want it ffcshln Antique-slie's out of date but expensive, -x- Chronology-it's just one dare after another. ONE SCOTCHMAN To ANOTHER Entomologist-she's always chasing after the big bugs. "So your son was extravagant and bought a Ten Per Cent-she gets all her perfume from slot bottle of ink?" machines. "Ay, mon, and We liven' only three miles fra Eversharp-she never runs out of leads. the post oEice!" Vacuum-she gathers all the dirt. "The Bllllk Wifb the Chimes" The F irst National Bank HOMER J. GILLILAND, President HARRY S. CONN, Vice-President JAMES M. COLLETT, Cashier. Our Hlnnlrcd Twvlw lfXlifAI .I I ll IJ 'mu-'OO COMPLIMENTS H. . Of Gleason VAN WERT, OHIO Louise Wall-rinson: "No, Bob, I c.1n't marry you, but I'll be a sister to you." Bob Cassidy: "Not on your life. I can't af- ford it. I already have one sister who swiped my collars, socks, Lies, and chewing gum." TX- "Lovely weather isn'r ir?" UUII? I can'L hear ya through than gum." "I don'L know but what ir's just as easy tu hear through gum as it is through whiskers." Mr. Spcitlfs philusnphy-Xvumen may be fools to marry, but what else can .1 v -N' man marry? ,lcanerre Conn: HxYilLlICl1.1 mean by Saying than Dan Helman wears Indian neclcwcar?" 5 ,lack Ferguson: "Bow tic and Arrow collar." -X- l Xlr. Howland: "Young man. du you know who i , I ami" Freshman: "GoshY No! vou're Lon Chaney. che actor! Now don'l lell me ,l If fs! :Q TfJe3"rc' Crying ll ' A fm ' 0 ,X ' X1 XVELKER'S MILK X I -'-A A .. S at NN I l - .9 3 l I X- 2 I , if ' Y - i 1, V 4 1. ,an A Y, Al-4 E PHONE L'2'1'5'll KE 'S ILK One H11 Izflunl Tbirlvrn ,rm f AC QQ Q ' as u'14,lf'f mfwwffif My 1,1 'ff' 1 91, f 'V'l' 5 411 ff f 33.1. f ' -5. -' P.-if f!Brher nf Zgnnkzs IL E112 Srhunl Grahuatra Huber-Grahuates Departmental Grains H. Stuhznt Eife Athletirs Clbrganizatinns iffeaturez EXCALIIBIJID CONGRATULATIONS! We wish to congratulate those of the graduating class and wish them suc- cess in their future vocation. J. C. PENNEY CO. 130 E. MAIN STREET V AN WERT, ---- OHIO Class of 1930 CONGRATULATION MARTIN W. FEIGERT INSURANCE AGENCY VAN WERT, OHIO The Good Tlace to Eat The Peoples Restaurant WE SPECIALIZE IN FINE STEAKS AND CHOPS BOB GUNN, Troprietor 145 E. MAIN ST VAN WERT, OHIO ' BETTY ANNE for REFRESHMENTS One Hundred Fourier EXCAIJIQI ll? CLEAN CLOTHES HELP YOU WIN Dry Clean Them Often Crescent Laundry and Dry Cleaning Co. 223 NORTH MARKET STREET VAN WERT, - - OHIO The Van Wert Overall Mfg. Co. 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Sporting Goods Company VAN WERT, OHIO for Economical Transportation -A Six in the Price Range of a Four- Serviee Thru' Counts Purdy Chevrolet Sales Om- Humln We guarantee every article we sell to be of dependable quality-the kind of mer- chandise that will give you the service you have a right to expect and, quality con- sidered, our PRICES ARE ALWAYS MONEY-SAVING PRICES Montgomery Ward 25 Company 'rl Eighteen ffXlQTAI Il?l Ili Eat at Y. W. . A. Balyeat's C Restaurant Cafeteria DON STUB Compliments COMPLIMENTS of of WALTER BLACK Huhn!S Can TRUCKING Y will Calls vlnswered Trompily EXCALI BUD The BGNNEWITZ C0 WN M s? 03 09 'Fo 50 xqwx 2? fa ,H A Store of Newer Fashions and Dependable Quality EXCALIIBUIQ GOOD WISHES and COMPLIMENTS Of ...THE... Morris 5c to 31.00 Store "The Store With Gian! Values" Bowers Drug Store A GOOD DRUG STORE 100 E. MAIN ST. PHONE 3105 VAN WERT, OHIO C I ' If mp ,mm S Crescent Restaurant Of CORNER MAIN AND WALNUT Elgin Kmg H O M E C O O K E D Confectwnery M E A L S and Lunch 111 WEST MAIN STREET One Hum WILLIAM SCHUSTER, Prop. VAN WERT, - - - OHIO fn-I1 Tufeufy- l FXFALI DUI? Dry Cleaning Trofvrfs fbe Hcvzlfb of fbc' Nnfiolz The Presserette ENERGINE CLEANING For Tboxv Who Curr EYESIGHT SPECIALIST "Where 73c'f1'c'1' Glasses are Q7XIr1cfe', LENS GRINDING OPTICAL REPAIRING DR. A. B. HIMES DR. W. G. BAIR OPTOMETRISTS CUT RATE DRUGS Every Day in fbe Weele WALL PAPER XVINDOW SHADES PAINTS AND VARNISI-IES PENNELL BROS. Van Wert, ---- Ohio The Fraternal Building Loan '35 Savings Co. VAN XVERT, OHIO SZ. PAID ON DEPOSITS F. A. MANSHIP T. C. WILKINSON S1'crehu'y P7'f'SIl1f'l1f Om' Iluml I Tzwnfyf lfXCALIl?lIlQ iigw' C0lIZpIil7Z6lZfS of 1 Wilson '55 Girod The H ara' zwzre 011 fha' Square PHONE 3392 VAN WERT, - - - OHIO Zanor s Confectionery For Fancy IC E C R E A M S For CAN OFCHSIOIZS Keep Your Srbool Girl C0112 p1C'l'iOlI CARA NOME AND DUSKA BEAUTY AIDS The Rexall Store C. J. HAVEN, iemp. Van Wert, - - - - Ohio Om' Hlmdrczf T I W '. I I 'e,': . BRIEFLY TOLD BRIEFLY SOLD QX1 Slylf fo Fill Every P11116 I' J Fell's Shoe House VAN WERT, OHIO :unity-lbrrr' illibe Scbnnl EXCALI BUD I This Bread Builds-- Bread is the food that builds healthy, robust childhood. QUALITY BREAD Your Terfeef ,Conf QUALITY BAKERY 229 SO. WASHINGTON STREET Van Wert, Ohio Quality Meats Lowest Prices LOETZ MARKET VAN WERT, OHIO FORT WAYNE, INDIANA DELPHOS, OHIO 103 E. MAIN ST. PHONE 5415 C. R. CJVERMAN, Prop. Pbone 2752 FURNITURE STOVES RUGS PIANOS RADIOS THE SIDLE CO. Complete Home Furnishers C. P. Bender 81 Co. THE OLD HOME STORE One Hzzrzdred Twenty-four EXCALIIBIJIQ Im, H ,f- .L M ' 3 .. 5 . y' .a,se,wg-f.E5.,,,':..faqpI -nr I YOUR ANNu AL I IS THE MATERIAL MANI. ' EESTATION OF THE CLOS- ING CHAPTER IN YOUR I 5 GRADUATION LIFE I QT t p a cl p'ct H cl if-- yst' FORT WAYNE ENGRAVING co. - FORT WAYNE IND. fffii ' PERSONAL SERVICE ' X I, f 5 IA--I Z 5 ag . A , fr 8 ,70 If ff 4 is I N. , f 28 il - Bo 11 ty? e n I uress oul be 2 f ct A 9 ,E artIst1cal19 arranged, C-I-he engrax7 E ,Q A? f :COD 12,5 mgs extraordmary, Servxce com i,. . J pletel a lSfdCtOI'9. ,xg Q 'Q , fs' . k I -REI if S- 34 M wlll enable 570 o HCITIEQE exactly PERM fhese results, econ:-mIcall37 If Qt! I .,Q,g,,,i,., , ,,.,,.A,W.w IIEI ERIE N PRINTIIN QEQM A VAN YWERT, OHQU PQ f .. MEEPQIQQD 5-QL ' 'Tiff ?Q ff Y Primers QE T EE A33 1233 Om- Hnmlrvd Twrnly-five N EXCALIIBUIQ QA Satisfed Customer Is Our Best efldUf'ffiSC'11l671f Purmort Brothers All Kinds of Insurance and Bonds Written D. A. WALTERS, Mmmager O. M. MCGEE, Mgr. Life Department PHONE 2622 OFFICE: CENTRAL INSURANCE BLDG. Van Wert, Ohio Van Wert Fuel and Builders' Supply Co. 116 S .LINN ST. PHONE 2233 VAN WERT, OHIO The Electric Shoe Shop 1162 S. Washington St. Service and Quality Our Motto Mopey Kouts went up for a ride in an airplane. When he came down he said to the pilot: "Thanks for those two rides." "Two rides!" said the aviator. "You only had one!" "No, sir," exclaimed Mopey, "I had two-my first and my last." -X... Friend: "Is your apprentice jack Merris going to make a real plumber?" Mr. Goeke: "Is he? He had to come back to the job today to find out what tools he'd gone back after." The Humphreys Grocery Company Wholesale Grocers 200-204 EAST MAIN STREET VAN WERT, - OHIO Every Day is a Gift Day Mollie E. Dettmer GIFTS GREETING CARDS One Humlrrd Twenty-six js IOXIQKI Il?l1l if' IT IS ALL UP TO YOU' You are the fellow who has to decide XVhether you will do it, or toss it aside. You are the fellow who makes up your mind XY'hether you'll lead or just linger behind: XVhether you will try for the goal that's far Or just be contented to stay where you aref, Real Opportu Tity comes only to the man with ready money Our Institution has just the plan for Ambitious Youth to help them toward success in life and also help to open the gate of Opportunity. Our Association is Ideal for modest thrift account. Safe-Favorable Earnings-Convenient. The Van Wert Building 25 Savings Company 117-119 XVEST MAIN STREET JOHN Sim E, Senvltzry VAN WERT, OHIO It Pays To Investigate! I want everybody to have a fair chance to put their teeth in good condition at a reasonable cost. I charge you nothing for examination and advice, and then, if you care for me to do your dental Work, I am at your service with modern and up-to- date dentistry at a price within reach of all. Dr. I-lt. L, Cress Dentist SOUTHWEST CORNER MAIN AND WASHINGTON STS. Otlicer Hours: S to 123 1 to 5. Monday and Wednesday' Evenings by Appointment VAN XVERT, OHIO TELEPHONE 29 8 8 Om' Ilzfmirril Tu'i'n!y-xrlen 4g,,,,,u EXCALI nu I2 it Ei SIGN IN BUTCI-IER'S WINDOW Sausage From Contented Pigs That Made Hogs of Themselves. ZX.. Vera Kesler: "How did Agnes Guncett manage to reduce so much?" Maurice Bernard: "Oh, her boy friend is out of town and she's been paying for her own mezilsf, ,-X-. Maxine Tice: "Well! It was duress when a man's wife told him she would cut her throat if he didn't get a new car. He didn't get a new car and she did cut her throat? Nott: "Well! Well! I don't suppose he cared a whole lot." Maxine: '1Yes! But she didn't die!" There is so much good in the worst of us And so much bad in the best of us That it hardly behooves any of us To talk about the rest of us. -X- Floyd Geary Qto Motherj: "Is it correct to say that you Water a horse when he is thirsty?" Mrs. Geary: "Yes! Son!" Floyd Cpicking up a saucerj: "I'm going to milk the cat then." -X- A Scotchman went crazy because he bought two tickets on a raffle of a 51,500 auto and won it with the second ticket. I-Ie worried over the money wasted on the first ticket. -X- A Scotchman when asked what brand of cigar- ettes he smoked replied that he was too polite to ask. TI-IIE MODERN MAN IS WlElLlL DRIESSIED CONGRATULATIONS Mrs Graduate A Q While this store is right up to the minute in styles, we're old-fashioned in our ideas of how we want ou to feel toward us. We're not 'ust a Menls Wear Store biddin for Y . 1 r A I . ' g your custom: we're neighbors bidding for your friendship. Suits and "f1xin s" enerall are the thin we Carr , but we deal in somethin far S g Y S Y g more interesting-in friendships. We honestly enjoy carrying into our business some of the things that make social life successful. For what good is a store without friends? What success we have had, or may have, we owe to our friends. This store stands a tribute to our friends. We should like you, Mr. Graduate, to regard it as your store. I 1 O ,f 0 I I I 1 'iQUALlTY".CLOTHINGA Om' Hundrrd Tzwrzfy-eight 0 EXCAIIIBITJIP THE JAMES CLARK SHOE COMPANY FCHTY YEIRS IN VAN WERT, OHIO Ill lfllllllllllllgifillfill lil,ifviliuiirliili T ',,i,'ll '..' Rf '- l a lll l i ig lllalffi ef ,gy . , lMiAmMaOm LAX' RWMS ' H, Erma-Jetticl.: Cindcrellas .el 'Pri f'f' for 6'z'ery Purse S5 - 57.50 - S10 STOCK MARKET REPORT Vacuum Cleaner-picking up. Automobile Tires, Inc.-deflated. Otis Elevator-up one minute and down the next. Wriglit Airplane-ready for a rise. Distillery Stocks-highly watered. Jello-very shaky. ,xi A well educated girl of today is one who crosses her "t's" but not her knees. ,xl The meanest Scotchman is the guy who presented to his wife on Christmas day .1 paper plate and an eraser. NO VUONDER HE FAILED There is .1 Freshman in Van Wert High who thought he could use ocean currents to make salt water tatfy, eat door jam, cut hair with an ocean clipper, sleep in a phosphate bed, drink Coco Cola through a jackstraw, shear hydraulic rams and cat mush from :i hyperbole. He also thought phlebiris was caused by the bite of a flea. that thc "W'his- pering Campaign" was a new song, and hunted for politics on a sheep-Oh! -X- "Gotta sweetheart?" "I did have one." "W'here is she now?" "Oh! I put her back into circulation T . IE UUNSEVTCQMFADY Extemidle Comgeaeuleitiome to the Clase, of 3.930 Om' HIlIIL1VFtI Twenty-fzim' EXCALIIBUIQ THE BEGINNER The time had come for Ned to start To go to school alone. But oh! How hard it was to part From mother dear and home. It was not easy for the boy To stay inside and learng His toys and playthings were his joy, For these he still did yearn. But soon he found that it was fun, To be together here With other boys to play and run, And then he lost all fear. Indeed, he soon became so bold As to annoy his class, And teacher had to watch and scold For fear he would not pass. And so we see with great surprise Some boys at hrst are shy, But after they have grown in size They rank as rascals high. Esri-ren BERGIEN, '30, SENIOR BOOKSHELF Bound to Rise , e..,..,,,,....,.,......,... ,.,,..,. R uby Endsley Chums GJ Carl Tomlinson, Marguerite Hartzog Donald the Daring ,.,,.......,,,,.,....,,,,, -L Don Devine Foolish Virgin W ,,,,,...,, ,....,. M arcella Douglas Great Expectations ...,.., ,.,. ,....,....... G l enn Bates Lad ,,,,,,,, - ,,,,,,,,,,, L ,,,,,.,,, L..- ..........,. Floyd Geary Laughing Boy ,,.,,,s. ......... .... G a le Fox Right of Way .,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,s, ,..i,,,.,, B e t ty Stetler Romeo and Juliet ..,, ,... s..s.,... .....,,.s., .,.. ,... . .. Tom DeWitt, Martha Humphreys School Favorite .,,.. ,,,,,.,,,., .,...,,,,.,.,.,, Ce l ia Evans Seventeen ,,.. ....,,... - .......,...,,,.,, ,,,.,,.,.,. H e len Feigert Steadfast ,.,.,...r.........., Maurice Bernard, Vera Kesler That Nice Young Couple ..............s,.... .,.. .... Dan Helman, Betty Gleason The Conqueror ......... , ...,.,,,,.. Martha Raymond The Good-natured Man .....,....,, Clarence Grunewald The Little Minister ,,.,,.,,,....,,.............,,.... Carl Fox The Miller's Daughter .,... ............, L ois Miller The Right Sort .,..,....,,..,.,,,,a....,,.,.. jack Ferguson The Romantics ...s,... L ......,,,... ,..,,s.s,,..... ,............. .,,..,..............Weikert Hartzell, Mildred Kreider The Sheik V- ,,.,,........,.,,,......,.,,... Karl Shingledecker The Silent Woman .,...,........,............ Helen Graham The Singing Man ,,,........,,.,. ..... - ..... B ob Trippy The Sky's the Limit ,,,,,...,......... - ......, Irene johnson Three Against the World ,,,,....................... ........ Georgia Heist, Jeanette Conn, julia Blake LIFE IS TOO SHORT What's the use to worry, You haven't long to stay, Why not take things easy As you pass along I.ife's way? 'Twill do no good to worry If things are going wrongg You may as well be pleasant- Meet reverses with a smile and song. There's none of us that's perfect, There's few of us that stay And never stray or wander From the straight or narrow way. So when you start to hammer Some poor person gone astray, 'Twill do no harm to pause and think You may lose your grip some day. What's the use to kick one Who's just about to fall? If you do not care to help him, Don't mention him at all. You'll find if you take notice That what I say is trueg While there may be faults in others There's a flaw or two in you. WEATHER FORECAST Of the SENIOR HIGH FACULTY Miss Armstrong ....,,................,..... .,......., M oderate Mr. Bowland .,......,.....,..,....................,.. Changeable Mrs. Cotner ..,..... No marked change in temperature Miss Ellsworth ....,...,.......,....,, Precipitation likely Mr. Ewbank .. ...... -.. . ...., .... L ocal showers Miss Fancher ,,.. ....,.......,....,.... C hilly Mr. Gallapoo ,.... ..,........................., .... ............ M i l rl Miss Grisemer , ,.,,,,,,r,r.,,,,,,,,...,,. Bright outlook Miss Hall ,,,,,.,.,,, ,,,,,,,.,. .... ...., ....., Generally fair Miss Hicks ............... - ....... .. .......... -Unsettled Miss Huggins, .... .. ....... .....,,,,..,.....,........... C loudy Mr. jones ......,....,........ - ,,,..... Storm warnings Mr. Katterheinrich ,..,.... Mr. Klendworth .,.,.. ......,....Th reatening ,..,,,,......-....Calm Mr. Lehning ,........ .......... . ..- .......... Cloudbursts Mr. Moyer ,,,,,,,, .,, ,....,...,,...... Prevailing winds Mr. Nott ,N ,,,,,,, L ,,,,,, ,. ..,.,.,......., - ...., Overcast Mrs. Nott .,.,. ...,.. - .... - ,.,..........,.., D oubtful Mr. Osborn ,..........,,....... A ............ Windy Miss Smith .....,.....,,,. - ............ .......... ........,...... F 3 il' Mr. Speith ................... - ...,,. .. ..... -...- ..... M ...,..,... Clear Mr. Wolf ,...... --...-...-......... "What is nothing?" .........Snow "A bladeless knife without a handle." Om' Hzmdrrzi Tbirfy 4 M . Mi' ,f , . if .Lg 2... 5 , x -1, . 3.1 W . ,U ,L.'.'A' , Ku 5 N, lp., 4 'Q T gk" .s. , -I .'.'4-- - X 1 -I?-N 'Q ' V f ,1 swf. 4 -, 1, ,- 'QLV' .r' ' W' ,A fe A-416, ' ' YL' 13, rl!" .9 , '-vw H- f I 2 ,x'n' L- . N.-,I ,,..A 'VV' N 3, ' "ff 91 A Y E21 ' V. 'f .Ag ', r, . if s lx. ..,f' ' Mjf--. 'NLE ', " .' . ' L,. 2 V Tl' A 1 -. X " V1 'V ff, 3' X K' 'I 7. I . . f ' r' . . ' 'J J , ,. ,, w. " '. ' ,- Ii ' A-L 'a A . Q 1 I-I L :mf 'if , .., 1 . 4 QV up . 'E l I. F1 .N st. 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A' ,Xxx X -RN ff A If Y' AA I A tl. Q .. R ,4 R .. iff G ,- - ,J 1 I r Q11 f,, Q -W fi q , at w, .. l M. ' Lf' 0 1, AN.-E06 h PM Awxl ,W AU ,NIJ-,ln ' . 1 Ujfeffa aff ,FQ Q ,V 3 i 5 .,-us awww , ,,,, 'xv'-h -53,3 ... ...NI f I I I -i' 1 X f Z 1 4 ax 'Q :::.':f3..N .-. - W- iw-xi EXQSIAILII-l I Board of Education FRAYLICK, FLOYD, President Mr. Fraylick has been a member of the School Board for six years. He is general manager of the Advance Machinery Company. CLARK, FRED, Secretary Mr. Clark has been a member of the Board for eight years. He is teller at the Peoples Savings Bank. ENGLISH, MILLER Custodian of the Perrin M. DePuy Fund. Mr. English is now serving his second year on the School Board. He is Credit Manager of the Van Wert Overall Mfg. Co. GANT, HOMER Mr. Gant completed his second year on the Board as Vice-President in january. He is General Manager of the Ohio Power Company in Van W'ert. FEIGERT, MARTIN W., Vire-President This is Mr. Feigerr's first year on the Board. He is an agent for the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co. PRICE, J. J. p Custodian of the john W. Standler Memorial Fund. Mr. Price is completing his third year on the Board. He is connected with the Central Manufacturers In- surance Company of Van Wert. 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A n thu hidden wut-ts ul thc Great Creator. this grant the hrnvc mould sull hr numbcrvd among thc tluvpl nmtvs Sail Un' Saul un' and on And on h hnvc xo .1huml.mnth' rnruchctl hlu, would not hu thv grcnl msn failrtl to take lhvir next stem. and lgnomnqc hml thmc great xacriticinl soulx rctnwtl to wc might gn on .ul untlnxrum 'lhunk ot thc low haul l-or mmm lt will munn nm- hm tw! t'mlv.1v.wr, lor utlwrx tt null mean mmtthmg clw, but whnthcrxocvcr YOU! P-Hhwfll hu tl-x not tml to mltt' thu ntxl slcp but prrw un .mtl nn to gtmlx of hnghcr nchncvrnwnt, "The hrights nl grrnl nun rtzxclwcll and lwpt XVvrc nm .1tr.1:nt-tl hy sudden flight P1111 tlucv whilc lhrlr XK't'rv tolling upward Rc Ylxftuu cnnwpnnitwns slvpt in thc night," spvctfully. U. E DIENER, Snpcrintcndcnl of Schwab. UL- fm My ryaghul tggp by tmp The lntldcr to tnmc ruws vcmcnt mnku thc next posublv Sxncc this 15 :t fnrcwcll -. Ikii x x V, .fl i x 'l ix. Ai ix ,i l'. ,, x ih 4 v x l ' J :A ,lg is f l EDXV.-XRD L. 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Your cxxxxpcr.xxxx,xxx Jnxl vxxur ctlxxrxx have helped ui nx.xlxr Y.xn KVM: llxglx bcrtcr They h.xx'c made mx' work xxxxxxr Thx- pon xwrx' npzlx' wxxwx-wxx xxxx rxxlxnp mncxrxxxng x'xxx.r 1-xxxxg xxx :hxxx lxrixx I 'Fricnllx muxx p.xrr .ind xxmngcrx nxx-sl, Tm lxu lxrxxlxun xh.xx xxxxcx- xxcrx' xwlxx Thingx xxxuxl clmxxgc trxxm old rxx new Anxl Ihr ln-xx or trxcixxlx muxr bxd Axlxru' My best wishes Jcccxmpanx xou. Sincrrclvx L l MHNIR Princi .xl of Hiih School B x bun rilx nz , . .15 -'msgs-i45s,se:.':Le:.-,:5i1LV. : A--M.L:.fi,::11rxL-1..,. QM..-V4.1 -Lug---r i Q ,-e,,,,,.,-..1.. lfXle 'A ll lf-S? el J l i l l l i Faculty Y l Q 5 LEIDY, NEILA i i Arithmetic Ohio Northern University V Bowling Green State College KLENDWORTH, O. A. i Science 1 Manual Training l Physical Education A Assistant Coach ! i W'abasl'i University 1 Michigan University l 1 Purdue University l L NSIUIY fbi' l'L7illl'5 plaljtn l l SPEITH, H. B. l Science Defiance College , Ohio State University 1 "Try lu lwclmu' owl' lbc'rc." NO'l'T, ENID PLOTNER Home Economics i Ohio State Universitv W i Columbia University i' "Ark Ellis." . i Q 1 RAMSEY, HAZEL l ' Geography Bowling Green State College EWBANK, WILBUR C. i Geography i Physical Education l N Athletic Coach I Miami University W Columbia University ' "Saun'l1m1'y'.t going lo ge! kivkuil oul i l GALLAPOO, RALPH History Economics , Ohio Northern University l X "This ix r'01'rt'fl." I I 3 GRISEMER, HULDA l Commercial ' Terre Haute Normal Y Indiana University 1 , "Cbilfii'rr1, do bv quid." l I ' i i Eigblwu ' 'A-lsX1 AI ll I I l u I i..T JONES, JANIES H. Music Ohio Northern University Marysville University of Chicago "Get illuel I !" SNIITH, ORTH.A Science Physical Education Athletic Coach Albion College Ohio State University "Fall iv." I-IUGGINS, XUCTORIA Mathematics Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University "WH-'ll Ivan' Ibis pmlvlrm Illl tu-mornin." lVlERCER, F. M. Mathematics Ohio University LEHNING. HENRY W. Manual Training Baldwin-NVallace Ohio University Ohio State University "Think -Yllliill rift illflllllllf fu in1vlbiu,Q?" ARLISTRONG, ETHEL English Mathematics Miami University Ohio State University "All 1-:glut unity li'f'i gel i1'nu'n to lmxirirxvf Hlclts, RUTH English Commercial Colorado College "Go to fbi' ufflirf' No'r'r, Euvooo E. Commercial College of Commerce, Madison, Vfisconsin Bliss College of Commerce, Columbus, Ohio Bowling Green State Normal Ohio State University "Tln'n"t tumrfbing ruilrn in DL'717II117'k," Nlm'tm.'u ljXff:kl ll5'lo'P L A l HALL, GRACE Latin Ohio Xvesleyan University University of Berlin, Germany "Wim ilmf fbi' ltlfllj' ln-ll?" 1 XVOLFE, LEONARD Music College of Music, indianapolis, Indiana Dnnsfs Music College, NVnrren, Ohio "S!riki' up ilu- l7illlLf.H FANCHER, CLEORA English Public Speaking Ohio XVesley.in University University of Michigan "Yuu'rr t'xt'1rxi'if." ELLSXVORTH, DOROTHY English French Marion College Clndinnai Indiana State Normal DePauw University XY'isconsin University Hsfmf 11p."' BOWLAND, ORRIN D. History Civics Ohio Northern University University of Chicago "Wh-Il, br' u-going." STETLER, MABEI, History Civics University of Denver Kenton State College COTNER, EDNA R. English Ohio Northern University "Any t11u'xlir1m?" OSBORN, MARSPIAl.I. Science Ohio State University "-tum' xo f0rlb." KATTERHEINRICH, I, G. Commercial Faculty Manager Athletics Auglaize County Normal Bliss College "Cir r rlt " 1--.. HANKAMMER, ANNA English Michigan State Teaeher's College Ohio Northern University Twenly Grahuatrs E X f A It I lf? l l li? WEIRERT HARTZELL Ar First his greatness was not known, But now his ability he has shown. MARCELLA DOUGLAS When she giggles she runs a scale: To find a chance she'll never fail. JULIA BLAKE A black-haired miss who's full of pepg She shows her pep in every step. TOM DEWITT He is I1 fair young athlete And so good a fellow he's hard to beat. GLENN BATES This boy is a favorite with one and all And never from our grace will fall. LAURA MCCONAHAY Both charming in her manner, And winning in her ways. BERNADINE BAKER A happy young lass is she, From all care and trouble quite free CARL ALEXANDER With all his work he's well content, For his high school days have been well spent MAURICE BERNARD When he takes his place among business men, We'll all sit up and take notice then. GERTRUDE DILTS The thing she cloes she doesn't regret, Gertrude's a friend we'll not forget. T1Ul'7lf:j'-f1U0 'Xl' ROBERT TRIPPY As a drum major he shows great vim: His singing voice we'll credit to "jim", MARCILE GAMBLE Brown of hair and stature short, Dancing or singing is her sport. RUTH MCDONALD Merit from duty never shrinks: Her cardinal virtue is-she thinks. KENNETH SMITH And hen-'s .1 nice fellow of excellent pithg Fare tried to hide him by naming him Smith. JACK FERGUSON "All good men are dead and gone and I'm not feeling well," Says jack our nrt editor who leads the High School yell. MILDRED KRETDER Much of her time in singing is spent: In our President's heart she's made a dent. RUBY ENDSLEY Brilliant in each line of work: The hardest duty she doesn't shirk. ROBERT MCGINNIS NVhy, oh. why, does anyone worry? My! I never even hurry CHARLES WILLIMAN In the business world his talents be: His aim is always to satisfy. Lois MILLER A disposition that's sweet and soundg A girl who's a pleasure to have around. V i so Alslle-I il Twenty-tbree " ,.-, 'X4 , Jw: 'lrkrf N , J GF l 1 ,N V ., , .,,4,, . ',',',l1,, :M ,N ffm ' -im ff.: 'X I rx A 1 41 -5. f?""1'3X, , I' - - H . V fi, J., X X 1- , :X L, -. ' ' 'N N , ' 'WRX . 2-.fl 1'i.4'i'f ' . if XR X . s X I AX ax , X. NR N NXXX .. -I . 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M 'T'-1 4 1 in "N, 1, . - "K - 5 ' , . 51.4 --, F X , f , . ,. v r - ' ya, 's ff" , , ' , ' k - 4 V 5 L '- 5 " , X ,- X, 1434 X - "rr 't I 4 -J' . f" f 1. ' I. X X . ,fi ', 5'-,N X.,X1XfQX wit, -AX:-,. ill' -' .J 44 'UYQL '-. . --.-.-.,...--..1 ...-l...1.-..--.- ..,. -...-, L' K ,z V5.5 IJ.. F" 4915 Hxf.V:5.1.f5.n"f1' ':'fi1Lf5"z wt? QF' " xi FYI ALIBUID VERA KESLER Sincerity, kindness, and sweet personality: These to her all add reality. GERALD MILLER Quiet and rescrvcd is he, A student of the first degree. LUTHER MCCOY He rose in the morning at 4:00 or so To get what he could on his radio. ISABEL BROWN This little lass is fair and good, And always does the things she should. IRENE JOHNSTON Tall and graceful as a birch Her lessons never has she shirked. CLARENCE GRUNEWALD A giggle, a snicker, n smile, But with all that, he's quite worth while THOMAS THOMAS From the country he comes, 'tis said, This bashful lad with hair so red. IVA CHILCOTE Iva the commercial Course is taking, So soon her money she'll be making. MARGARET CLARK Music and laughter are at her call: Lessons trouble her not at all. CARL Fox Is he bored Or is he shy? C:m't he talk or won't he try? Tu enly-four EXIXSLI DUI? HAROLD HAINES As "Terrible" he's known at school, But not because he's really cruel. MARCELE MONTAGUE Friendly toward all, with manner sweet: The kind of a maid you like to meet. CELIA EVANS In concert halls her voice she'll raise. Gladly then we'll sing her praise, REINHOLD HOFFNIAN And still the wonder grew That one head could carry all he knew. VAUGHN STARREY A very quiet dignihed ladg "Girls are all rot" is his prophecy sad. MARGARET COUNSELLOR She's modest and shy, we all wonder why, Her marks as .1 student are all very high. NORMA DRAVING Diligently laboring over her books, Many good grades in this way she hooks. GAYLORD Fox If brilliancy and wit ever bring fame Among the great will be his name. CURTIS STOLLER We hope it's only in his name And than he really hasn't "stole her". BARBARA HOLBROOK She is quietg she is shy, But :here's mischief in her eye. Tuff-nly-fire 'er 9v EXfALII3l I2 KARL SHINGLEDECKER Handsome, witty, full of fun, He's the friend of everyone. MARY ELLEN MORRISON Men great, men small, Mary Ellen would date them all. MARTHA HUM PHREYS W'hether she plays basketball or dances She always receives admiring glances. FLOYD GEARX' A boy uf stature small is he, A mighty man he's like to be. DON DEVINE When he came our Whole school shook For every girl his way did look. RUTH SCHUSTER Patiently working on Bookkeeping II, Is what this fair miss likes to do. FREIDA WEHAGE In ri modest, quiet way She passes through the noisy way. DAVID ROGGENKEM PER As a football player he is fine, Always striving toward the line. LAWRENCE KEsLER When girls are around he's very shy, But he'll get over it by and by. HELEN FEIGERT She's quiet and she's sweet, One whom all delight to meet . Twvnly-six AXCR III?-fl NIILDRED CHANIBERS Happy-go-lucky, fair, and frcc. Nothing there is that bothers me. CAREY WITHEROYYI' Fat. fair. .Ind funny, A goodly youth is llc. CARL TOMLINSON Of no m.in's presence he feela .1fr.1icl, At no IUJDQS qucstion look dismayed." MARGUERITE HARTZOG lillfllflll, loyal, good, and true, Mix them together .md we have you. GYYENDOLYN JEROME Always ready for A bit of fun, But never shirking when work's to be done. CARLTON KING A fellow well known in Manual Training, Following the IC.lCl'lll1gN of our "Pop" Lehning. LEE GAMBLE Asking questions in every claw Is Leek failing. Alas! Alas! MARGARET ALICE PRESLEY She! not very tall: in fact, sl1c's quite small: Sl1c's bright and jolly and liked by all. GERTRUDE BOXVER Sober, gay, as the occasion may bc, She is the kind you rarely see. LLOYD SMITH A loyal good fellow in work or fun, Hc'll help until the work is done. . Tlurrll-Y-s4'1i'r1 EXCALI H M E MARTHA RAYMOND 'Tis true she is much inclined, To flirt and chat with all mankind. 1 DAN HELMAN O work! You have no charm for meg I only care with girls to bc. JACK FECHTER As a High School sheik he is known to ELIZABETH GLEASON This girl is a very clever one, Lotsa pep and lotsa fun. MARAIORIE STEWARD She's never haughty, never proud But popular in every crowd. HAROLD GOUTY Nor too serious, not too gay, But a very good fellow in every way. PAUL FLEMING When joy and duty clash, Le: duty go to smash. MILDRED DERWORT Snappy, happy, full of zest, Always talking like the rest. ROBERTA EVANS You always notice her smiling faceg She, too, is in the commercial race. FOREST BREWER No sinner or no saint perhaps, Bur-well, a very worthwhile chap. TlL'L'l1ly-Eight Surely luck in love to him will come. SOITIC i EXC ANOLIA TATE Her disposition is sunny and fairg It is no lighter than her hair. GENE GILLILAND A little nonsense now and then ls relished by the wisest men. MAX SHOCK NVhen he grows to be a man I know he'll be in Sous.1's band. FLORENCE MANREN NYC hape that fortune will not mock, And that Florence gets her Shock, MILDRED MOWREY Yes, she has her share of wit, And we often hear her using it. PAUL XVYANDT Not teasing the girls as most boys do, For you see he's very bashful, too. MORRIS SAAM Some people think his hair is red, Bur he calls it auburn, so 'tis said. JEANETTE CONN Shels small, she's quick, she's full of fung If smiles were bricks sl1e'd weigh a ton. EVADNE NORRIS She's trim and neat, prim and precise, But notwithstanding-very nice. DON HIPSLEY And now they say-"I.et's take a ride"- NVhen Don with his Ford is spied. LIISUD Turzily-iziriu EXCAlll? I HARVEY BEASLEY Happy-go-lucky, free from cares, A grin on his face he always wears. MARJORIE WORTHINGTON Honest and patient, loyal and true, She's surely a girl we can call true blue. MARY SPAYD A girl that shows, when she's put to That she is equal and above the rest. a test, LEORA SPROUL For she is just the quiet kind, NVl1ose nature never varies. LAVONNE PIERCE Buxom, blithe, without a care, I.aVon is almost always there. RUTH MILLER Rurh's not the kind of a girl to crab, But she doesn't like to work in Chemistry ESTHER BERGEN She types and types 'til her fingers ache, And never docs she make a mistake. VIVIAN STUCK For men may come and men may go But I go on forever. MARJORIE LEV1NEss Quiet and demure is she, But just as friendly as can be. MILDRED MATTHEWS She goes around quietly, making no noiseg Getting her lessons she thoroughly enjoys. l Thirly La M141 ll Xl BESSIE BLACK A quiet, retiring maid, This morsel of stenographic efficiency. MARJORIE NVILLIAMS Always happy, never sad, Full of pep and never bad. FRANCES ABBOTT Her abilities on ten fingers I can't count, They total such C1 large amount. ANNABEL DANNISON She aspires to be a teacher rare, In the game of life she's playing square. GERALDINE CLIFTON Slipping, sliding, gliding, glancing. And oh, how this maid loves dancing! BETTY STETLER A merry smile for everyone, A rippling laugh so full of fun. FLORA CONNOLLY A happy disposition she does possess, And a catching giggle we must confess. AGNES GUNsETT A lovable girl, we know 'tis true. For no one ever saw her feeling blue. EULAH SMITH W'itli the answer always ready, She's a scholar true and steady. HELEN GRAHALfI She speaks in such a gentle tone: W'e're glad we claimed her for our own. .tl ll lil i i TlJirlj'-our liXl A Tbir! I- I If I F IQ' HELEN ACROM Welconme we smilc, Farewell we sigh. AMANDA KRUGH le lass, Such a pleasant litt Always loyal to hc r class. GEORGIA HEIST In basketball shc's May her prowess c a star, ontinue far. MARIE KINNEY A smiling, carefree girl is she More like her we would like to EDYTHE TINDALL Pure heart and high her aimsg b NVe hope her way will lead to fam ANITA SMITH Black hair and eyes are her fatal And a quiet, modest personality. IRENE WISE Wlieil Mr. Nott announces "A te Poor Irene ceases to rest. MISS VICTORIA HUGGINS Advisor Senior Home Room 17. Miss GRACE HALL Advisor Senior Home Room 9. RALPH GALLAPO0 Advisor Senior Home Room 18. y-Iwo ity S Y , FRANCIS ABBOTT From krnngwrllc, Indunq HELEN ALKOM From Unmn 'lkwuyuhrp 1 CARL ALEXANDER Sc1cnEQ4lul1 1' Trnvcl I lub, 114 BERNADINIQ BAKER Y-lll inmptirv, 'I' Cthmt ..r l.,11tp..p Bay' lnlct-clam ll-Mktxlull, 34' GLENN BATES "VM Club, 'lfl lxlusxc Club, 'lf IF Science Klub, IS Vaudivllltt. 'lf' Thrcc Prllx nn J Bottlcf "NloundfBurldcrx." '30 "A Christmas C.xrol.' '30 "XVny Down South tn Dixtcf' '18 cntr.tln.'url lTXl Alll I 'l. OUR BRIDGE Seminar Qernrhz 'Qlmxt nl lt-llvpup Batt' '30 Vlvwn Ruruv 'Nl Bhc im.-px tu 4 -wnqucr. 'WI l'3.ucb.xll, If 18 Fl Flmtbtll, If IH Ill lntcrrlduli.nk4tlv.xll F7 ll' 'lraclt 1" lxulxlwur Null. T41 llwmc R-mm l'rcudcnt. WU I'I.-XRYEY BEASLEY From lxntllm ESTHER BERQEN l-rum llcluutn, XVuE.wnnn 'Qlwxt wt lnllvpup Putt" 'FU Inter rl,u,l5.1Nkvll:mll. ll' Lxmlxhur Null, Ur BIAURICE BERNARD 'She Stoopx rn Vonqucr " '30 ".-Xdmtrnblc 4. rtchlnn. "IS Satanic Klub. ln, 2' Baseball, 'Il' l'l1-Y Poster Klub 254 News Yan Buff, 'lS. 'IU Inter-clam Bmltctball, '30 Excaltbur Stall. '30 Tlurf T -ffvrrr YW :if-' BESSIE BLACK Crhmt ol lnllxp-wp Bn, Chuldlwud ul rttrmrhr, Kluxnc 4 lulv. Ia, 18 JULIA BLAKE Clown Rrvllrf 'XO tmmmlm, fs, ':-1. M Lfartlpilrc 4 lult. '1- I5r:Arn.1txc llulk '25 Y-H1 News Y.1n Stall, IS GERTRUDE BOXYER '4il'71lnll'mml nl lll.Tw.xllT.l,' 'Bluunxl llnlllrlrry' 'ln 'ifluwn Rcvtlcf 341 lv1tur'tl.xss ll.ukclb.1ll, 'BU Pmtcr Klub. 'IS Klum: I lub, 1 Y-H1 FORREST BREXVER 'Chrtxtnmnx LArul," '30 Sclcncc 4 lub, 1' Trnvfl Club. '28 ISABEL BROXYN Must: Lluh. 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' .,A.1,0 1- 1 3,1 '-: " 'V -1',.."D:n-"VA 2' 1, . " " w. ',5gf+i1.3l4. yr 1 --r, , 1 V sp-1 We E" ' 'AYA1 " 1' ' 2"':v'1,"' v' 1 r" Y ' Y r , I ' ' ' lv .L , V1 1, 1 1-.- 1 ,1 1 - JL, 1.,. ' ,- Pa 11 ,, Mol' , , "Q IN 1'fv:'!Gv.- 'I V I N-' w.:1. , 1 ' 3 9:- 161 .H 'm TQ: AT' MILDRED CHAMBERS "Mound Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie. "Clown Revue," '30 Campfire Club, '27 Music Club, '28 Inter-class Basketball, '30 " '28 IVA CHILCOTE Campfire Club, '27, '28 MARGARET CLARK "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 'Mound Builders," '27 "Clown Revue," '30 Dramatic Club. '27, '28 Y-Hi Girls' Glee Club. '27, '28 Prom Refreshment Committee, '29 News Van Staff, '29 GERALDINE CLIFTON "Nlound Builders," '27 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 "Clown Revue." '30 Inter-class Basketball, '29, '30 Y-Hi Music Club, '27, '28 JEANETTE CONN "Intimate Strangers," '29 Vaudeville, '29 "Clowd Revue." '30 Y-Hi Dramatic Club, '27, '28 Basketball. '27, '28, '29, '30 Prom Finance Committee, '29 FLORA CONNOLLY "Childhood of Hiawatha." '27 "Way Down South in Dixie." '27 Camplire Club, '27 Dramatic Club, '23 Y-Hi MARGARET COUNSELLOR From Ridge High School ANNABEL DANNISON "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '27 "XVay Down South in Dixie," '28 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 Dramatic Club, '27 Camphrc Club, '28 Honor Society, '30 MILDRED DERWORT Inter-class Basketball, '28 Camphre Club. '27, '28 Y-Hi DON DEVINE "Clown Revue " '30 EXCALIISI I3 TOM DEWITT "The Flower Shop," '27 "Intimate Strangers," '29 Basketball, '28, '29, 30 "V" Club, '30 Prom Decorating Committee, '29 Social Committee. '30 GERTRUDE DILTS "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders." '27 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 Campfire Club, '27 News Van Staff, '29 MARCELLA DOUGLAS "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie." "American Girl," '29 "Florist Shop," '27 "Admirable Crichton," '29 Dramatic Club, '28 Campfire Club, '27 Y-Hi Secretary-Treasurer, '28, '29 Honor Society, '30 NORMA DRAVING "Childhood of Hiawatha." '27 "Mound Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," Music Club, '28 Camphre Club, '27 Prom Refreshment Committee, Honor Society. '30 RUBY ENDSLEY "Mound Builders," '27 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 28 28 29 JACK FECHTER "The Patriotic Magician," '30 "She Stoops to Conquer," 30 Travel Club, '27, '28 HELEN FEIGERT "Admirable Crichton," '28 "VJhy the Chimes Rang," '29 "Childhood of l'liaWi1Il'la," '27 Music Club, '28 Campfire Club, '27 Math Club, '30 Prom Program Committee CCh manj. '30 Honor Society, '30 JACK FERGUSON "Admirable Crichton," '28 Vaudcville. '29 "The Patriotic Magician," '30 air- "Way Down South in Dixie." '28 "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 Cheer Leader, '29, '30 Junior Hi-Y HiAY CPresident '30j Math Club, '30 "V" Club, '30 Science Club, '27, '28 Prom Finance Committee, '29 Senior Social Committee, '30 Excalibur Staff, '30 Honor Society, '30 PAUL FLEMING "Mound Builders." '27 7 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '-7 "Way Down South in Dixie." "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 Junior Hi-Y Dramatic Club, '28 Hi-Y "Way Down South in Dixie." 28 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 Music Club. '27, '28 CARL FOX Math Club, '30 . , Girls' Gite Club, '27, '28 Ej2fx'2fQ5,,'Z.'Q'8l329, .30 Excalibur Staff lEditor-in-Chicfj, '30 Hi Y Ring and Pin Committee, '30 Invitations Commitee, '30 Honor Society, '30 CELIA EVANS "The Lottery Man," '27 "Why the Chimes Rang." '29 "Rich Man, Poor Man," '27 "The American Girl," '29 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," "Ghost of Lollypop Bay." '29 "Mound Builders," '27 Vaudeville, '29 News Van Staff fAss't. Edito Music Club. '27, '28 Girls' Glee Club, '27, '28 Y-Hi fPresident '30j Excalibur Staff. '30 Prom Finance Committee, '27 Secretary-Treasurer. '28 Honor Society. '30 Eoorbaii, -gg, '-29 ROBERTA EVANS Track, '28, '29, '30 HifY "V' Club Camphre Club, '27 Dramatic Club, '28 Y-Hi Thirty-four '27 GALE Fox Vaudcville, '29 "Clown Revue," '30 Football. '27, '28, '29 "V" Club, '30 Athletic Club. '28 Science Club, '27 '28 Program Committee fHome Room '30 Prom Finance Committee, '29 ,,, '29 MARCILE GAMBLE "Clown Revue." '30 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '2 7 "Way Down South in Dixie." '28 Girls' Glee Club. '27 Dramatic Club, '27 Camphre Club, '28 Y-Hi LEE GAMBLE Football, '28, 'zo News Writing Club, '27, '28 EXCALI I3 FLOYD GEARY MARGUERITE HARTZOG "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 "Mound Builders." '27 Track, '29, '30 Junior Science Club. '27 Junior Hi-Y Home Room QVice-Presidentl. '30 Vice-President. '27 EUGENE GILLILAND "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 Football, '27, '28, '29, '30 Inter-class Basketball, '30 Athletic Club, '27, '28 "V" Club. '30 Glee Club, '28 Prom Decorating Committee. '29 ELIZABETH GLEASON "Admirable Crichton," '28 "Clown Revue," '30 Vaudeville, '29 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders." '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 Dramatic Club, '27, '28 Girls' Glee Club, '27, '28 Y-Hi fVice-Presidentl. '30 Prom Program Committee, '29 Excalibur Staff. '30 HAROLD GOUTY "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '30 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 Basketball. '29, '30 Baseball. '30 Science Club, '27 Athletic Club. '28 Boys' Glee Club, '27, '28 "V" Club HELEN GRAHAM "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 Campfire Club, '28 Travel Club, '27 CLARENCE GRUNEWALD "Admirable Crichton," '28 "Why the Chimes Rang," '28 "Christmas Carol," '29 Hi-Y Music Club, '27 AGNES GUNSETT "Mound Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 Dramatic Club, '27 Camphre Club, '28 Secretary Cl-Iome Rooml. '30 Excalibur, '30 HAROLD HAINES Football, '16, '17, 'zs Athletic Club, '27, 'zs '-V" Club. '30 WEIKERT HARTZELL Vaudeville, '29 Student Athletic Manager, '29, '30 Football, '27 Junior Hi-Y Hi-Y Math Club, '30 "V" Club, '30 Ring and Pin Committee. '30 Prom Finance Committee. '29 Vice-President. '28, '29 Invitation Committee, '30 President. '30 Honor Society, '30 "Rich Man, Poor Man." '27 "Mound Builders." '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 "American Girl." '29 Y-Hi Campfire Club. '28 Girls' Glet: Club, '28 GEORGIA HEIST Basketball, '27, '28, '29, '30 ' Camptire Club, '28 Y-Hi DAN HELMAN "Clown Revue," '30 "The Lottery Man." '27 Vaudeville, '29 "Admirable Crichton." '29 "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 "Way Down South in Dixie," 'ZS "Mound Builders," '27 Athletic Club, '27 Dramatic Club. '28 Junior Hi-Y Hi-Y Boys' Glee Club, '27, '28 Prom Chairman. '29 Ring and Pin Committee. '30 Class President, '27, '28, '29 Home Room President, '30 Invitations Committee, '30 Excalibur Staff, '30 DONALD HIPSLEY Science Club, '27, '28 REINHOLD HOEMAN Science Club. '27 Poster Club. '28 Honor Society, '30 BARBARA HOLBROOK "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 Vaudeville, '29 "Clown Revue," '30 Interaclass Basketball. '30 Girls' Glee Club, '27, '28 Dramatic Club, '27 Athletic Club, '28 Prom Decorating Committee, '29 Home Room Treasurer, '30 MARTHA HUMPHREYS "The Clown Revue," '30 "Patriotic Magician." '30 Vaudeville, '29 "Way Down South in Dixie." '28 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "She Stoops to Conquer." '30 Basketball, '27, '28, '29, '30 Dramatic Club. '27, '28 Girls' Glee Club, '27, '28 Prom Decorating Committee fChair- manl. '29 Social Committee fChairmanJ, '30 Y-Hi Excalibur Staff, '30 Secretary-Treasurer, '27 Home Room Representative, '30 Invitations Committee. '30 Ring and Pin Committee. '30 GWENDLYN JEROME "Admirable Crichton," '28 "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 Science Club, '27 Athletic Club. '28 Tbiriy-fire IRENE JOHNSON "Intimate Strangers," '29 "Mound Builders," '27 Travel Club. '27 Campore Club. '28 Y-Hi LAWRENCE KESLER Junior Hi-Y Science Club, '27, '28 VERA KESLER "Intimate Strangers," '29 "Mound Builders," '27 ' "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 Music Club, '27 Campfire Club, '13 Y-Hi Excalibur Stalf, '3 0 CARLTON KING Football, '29 Athletic Club. '27 Science Club. '28 MARIE KINNEY sunt Campfire Club, '27, '23 AMANDA KRUGH Dramatic Club, '28 Campfire Club. '27 MILDRED KREIDER "Admirable Crichton," '29 "Mound Builders." '27 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "American Girl." '29 "Way Down South in Dixie." '28 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 Girls' Glee Club, '27, '28 "Clown Revue," '30 Camptite Club. '28 Music Club, '27 MARJORIE LEWIINESS "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '27 Campfire Club, '23 LAURA MCCONAHAY From Napoleon "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 LUTHER MCCOY Football, '27, '28 Science, '27, '28 RUTH MCDONALD Interclass Basketball, '30 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "MOund Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 "The American Girl," '29 The Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '30 Math Club, '30 Y-Hi Girls' Glee Club. '27, '28 Athletic Club. '27 Camplire Club, '28 Honor Society, '30 ROBERT MCGINNIS Science Club, '27 Travel Club, '28 FLORENCE MANKEN "Admirable Crichton." '29 Poster Club. '27 Campfire Club. '28 MILDRED MATTHEWS "Ghost of Lollypop Bay." '29 GERALD MILLER Hi-Y Baseball, '29. '30 Intervclass Basketball, '30 "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 Lots MILLER Campfire Club, '28 Y-Hi RUTH MILLER "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay." '29 Feast of the Red Corn." '26 Science Club. '26 Athletic Club. '27 Camphre Club, '28 MARCELE MONTAGUE "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders." '27 "Clown Revue," '29 Y-Hi Dramatic Ciub, '27 Prom Finance Committee, '29 News Van Staff. '27 Excalibur Staff, '30 Girls' Cilee Club. '27, '23 Ring and Pin Committee. '30 Invitations Committee, '30 Honor Society, '30 MARY ELLEN MORRISON "Three Pills in a Bottle," '27 She Stoops to Conquer," '30 "The Mound Builders," '27 "American Girl." 29 Way Down South in Dixie," '28 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '19 Dramatic Club. '27 Poster Club. '28 Y-Hi MILDRED MOWREY "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '27 Inter-class Basketball. '30 Music Club. '27 Home Economics Club. '28 Refreshment Prom Committee. '29 Excalibur Staff, '30 EVADNE NORRIS "Christmas Carol." '29 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '27 Music Club, '27 '28 Y-Hi Honor Society, '30 EXCALIIB LAVON PIERCE "Intimate Strangers," '29 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," 27 Inter-class Basketball, '29. '30 Music Club. '27, '28 MARGARET ALICE PRESLEY From Franklin Y-Hi MARTHA RAYMOND Vaudeville. '29 "Clown Revue." '30 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders." '27 "American Girl," '29 Y-Hi Dramatic Club. '27 Athletic Club. '28 Basketball, '29, '30 Excalibur Staff, '30 DAVID ROGGENKEMPER "Christmas Carol.," '29 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay." '29 "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 Football, '27, '28, '29 Inter-class Basketball. '30 Hi-Y MORRIS SAAM "Clown Revue." '30 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders." 'Z7 Way Down South in Dixie," Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 She Stoops to Conquer," '30 Science Club. '27 Music Club, '28 RUTH SCHUSTER Intereclass Basketball, '29 Home Economics Club. '28 Y-Hi Prom Program Committee, '29 KARL SHINGLEDECKER "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '30 Radio Club, '27 Science Club, '27 Travel Club. '28 Prom Decorating Committee, '29 MAX SHOCK "Admirable CrichtOn." '29 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders." '27 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay. Excalibur Staff, '30 " '29 ANITA SMITH Campfire Club, '27 Athletic Club. '28 Y-Hi EULAH SMITH Dramatic Club, '27 Campfire Club, '28 Thi riy-Tix KENNETH SMITH Football, '28, '29 Science Club. '27 Athletic Club, '28 "V" Club. '30 Hi-Y "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 LLOYD SMITH Radio Club, '28 Football, '28 MARY SPAYD Math Club, '30 Honor Society. '30 LEORA SPROUL Travel Club. '27, '28 VAUCI-IN STARKEY "Why the Chimes Rang." '29 BETTY STETLER "Clown Revue," '30 Basketball. '27, '28, '29 Manager Senior Basketball. '30 Dramatic Club, '27 Athletic Club. '28 Y-Hi Prom Entertainment Committee. Excalibur Staff, '30 MAR JORIE STEWARD "Clown Revue." '30 "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders," '27 '29 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 Campfire Club, '27 Poster Club, '28 Y-Hi Excalibur Staff, '30 Honor Society. '30 CURTIS STOLLER Inter-class Basketball, '30 Hi-Y "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 VIVIAN STUCK "Childhood of Hiawatha." '27 "Mound Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," 'ZS Campfire Club, '27, '28 ANOLIA TATE "American Girl." '29 Camphre Club, '27, '28 Y-Hi Prom Decorating Committee, '29 Senior Social Committee. '30 Ring and Pin Committee. '30 Invitations Committee. '30 Excalibur Staff. '30 THOMAS THOMAS Football, '27, '29 Athletic Club, '27, '28 EDYT1-IE TINDALL "Mound Builders." '27 "Childhood of Hiawatha." '27 Campfire Club, '27 Home Economics Club. '28 CARL TOMLINSON Inter-class Basketball. '30 Hi-Y Home Room Representative. '30 "She Stoops to Conquer." '30 Bon TRIPPY "Christmas Carol." '29 "Admirable Crichton," '28 "Ghost of Lollypop Bay," '29 Dramatic Club, '27, '28 Hi-Y Ring and Pin Committee. '30 FRIEDA WEHAGE "Childhood of Hiawatha." '27 EXCALI I3 "Mound Builders." 'Z7 Campfire Club. '27 Music Club. '28 Y-Hi MARJORIE WILLIAMS "Childhood of Hiawatha." '27 ' "Mound Builders," '27 "Way Down South in Dixie," '28 "The American Girl." '29 Dramatic Club, '27 Newswriting Club, '28 Y-Hi CHARLES WILLIMAN Inter-class Basketball, '30 Junior Hi-Y Hi-Y "Clown Revue." '30 "She Stoops to Conquer," '30 Excalibur Staff fBus. Managerj. '30 Science Club, '27. 'Z8 Honor Society. '30 , we ,ui . Thirty-seven IRENE WISE "Childhood of Hiawatha," '27 "Mound Builders." '27 Music Club, '27, '28 Camplire Club, '27 CAREY WITHROW "Three Bears." '27 Music Club, '27 Science Club, '28 MARJORIE WORTHINGTON Home Economics Club, '27, '28 PAUL WYANDT Football, '29 Science Club. '27, '18 ' A EXCAICIFUD Sveniur Gllazz igiatnrg Slory of flat' Slerfzffr Green Sboofs QLnst Installmentj Springtime-and the slender green shoots which first peeped through the surface of a most cultivated soil on September 14, 1926, have blossomed! The gardeners are satished with their work and now these blossomed plants may be transplanted into the garden of the world to make it more beautiful and fruitful. In the center of our garden the first year stood the King, Dan Helman, with his at- tendants, Floyd Geary and Martha Humphreys, who remained throughout the season to guide and help the weak shoots to stay alive. In this garden the little shoots turned to different things. Those who chose to be seen on the Honor Roll were regular attendants through that season: Ruby Endsley, Celia Evans, Vera Kesler, Ruth McDonald, Iva Chilcote, Geraldine Clifton, Annabel Dannison, Norma Draving, Marcella Douglas, Evadne Norris, Mary Spayd, Marjorie Steward, Irene Johnston, Reinhold Hoffman, Paul Fleming, Weikert Hartzell, and Paul Wyandt. Some of the little green shoots chose athletics: Jeanette Conn, Martha Humphreys, Betty Stetler, Georgia Heist, Gene Gilli- land, and Bob Gribler. Those who chose dramatics: Celia Evans and Dan Helman. Some were musical and played in the orchestra and many lifted their voices in song falthough not greatly appreciated by the upptr classmenj. Some enjoyed the days so much that they remained for an extra forty-five minutes in Room ZS!!! Everybody has to have a rest and we took one for three months. When again wb showed our reads we noticed around us about 150 very little shoots, a replica of ourselves a year before. At last! we could now give to someone else those words that a beloved teacher gave to us: "Freshmen should be seen and not heard." Tbn-fy-i-igbf EXCALI BU IQ Dan Helman again had the prominent place in our garden and XVeikert Hartzell and Celia Evans stood with him. We began, without much trouble, to do the things required of us-sell play tickets and magazines, help pay off K. K. debt and Lecture Course tickets. And so this second season passed with all of us growing taller and straighter. Again we took a short sleep and when we appeared, people did not recognize us as the little green shoots who had seemed so very, very green two seasons before. We have our roots very firmly planted. Dan Helman, Weikert Hartzell, and Marcella Douglas stood in the prominent place. The names on the Honor Roll were: Francis Abbot, Gertrude Dilts, Marcella Douglas, Norman Draving, Ruby Endsley, Celia Evans, Marcele Mon- tague, Marjorie Steward, Weikert Hartzell and Reinhold Hoffman. Our stage artists in the class play, "The Intimate Stranger," kere: Vera Kesler, Tom DeWitt, Jeanette Conn, Ralph Ogg, Jack Merris, LaVonne Pierce, Irene Johnson, and Glenn Bates. Our athletes were: Tom DeWitt, Don DeVine, Harold Haines, Betty Stetler, Julia Blake, Georgia Heist, Jeanette Conn, and Martha Humphreys. To close the season with a bang we gave a promenade for the benefit of our older sisters and brothers. In our garden that evening, under the moon and stars and the spell of enchanting music, everyone flowered out in their brightest colors and made it a joyous occasion. After this hard but pleasant work we were given a rest and we realized as we took it that the next time we were to have such a rest that we would never come back to stay. Our pleasures and hard work are nearly over with the able guidance of Weikert Hartzell who, with Dan Helman and Marcella Dougles, has headed us in this last year. We have worn our pins and rings for nearly a year which, for the time being, is a reward for our merits until we have the long hoped for diploma. Our Honor Roll for this year showed forth as blossoms: Esther Bergen, Annabel Dannison, Gertrude Dilts, Norma Draving, Ruby Endsley, Celia Evans, Marcele Montague, Evadne Norris, Mary Spayd, Laura McConahey, Weikert Hartzell, Reinhold Hoffman, and Gerald Miller. Our last play has been given, "She Stoops to Conquer," with Martha Humphreys, Laura McCona- hey, Gwendolyn Jerome, Mary Ellen Morrison, Jack Fechter, Dan Helman, Glenn Bates, Jack Ferguson, Curtiss Stoller, Carl Tomlinson, Morris Saam, Paul Wyandt, Charles Williman, David Roggenkemper, Kenneth Smith and Gerald Miller portraying their talents. Our athletes were: Heist, Blake, Conn, Chambers, Mowery, Humphreys, Hol- brook, Raymond, McDonald, DeWitt, Haines, Gilliland, Bates, Fox, Devine, K. Smith, Roggenkemper, Wyandt, and Gamble. Our height is reached and all the Old Rose and Silver has blended, forming for 107 girls and boys the word "Success." Graduation is here, the class of '30 wishes everyone the success and happiness which we have had-would you care if we sent them to you? -HELEN FEIGERT, '30, Tbirly-nine fXfAllBlJI2 Senior igrnpherg "She was in a wauking marathon, Say, she was the whole show, And she hasn't stopped competing Although it was six months ago." As this song came over the radio, sung by the famous radio performers Gernadine Baker and Marcile Gamble, I thought at once of the famous talking marathon in which Annabel Dannison and Mildred Derwort were paired against each other. One talked for ten minutes, then the other talked for ten minutes. Finally after about six hours and both going strong, Annabel started talking about the Class of 1930 in which she graduated. Annabel speaking: "The other day I ran into Jeanette Conn. If what I hear is true, Jeanette gets alimony from four husbands. Well, anyway, it seems as if Jeanette had just returned from an alumni reunion. While she was at the meeting she met a lot of our old classmates, and here's the way she told me about the reunion. QOh yes, Tom TDeWitt was there. I hear that he's signing Anita Smith's Peroxide for the Hair. Yes, and so was Jack Ferguson. Jack was a Senator for two terms. He holds the record for the longest speech in the Senate. He talked for thirty-six hours. There were several other speeches, too. Ruby Endsley talked about her life among the Zulus. Julia Blake told us how she was finding romance in everyday life. Kenneth Smith was there too. He stood before the statue in the east end of the Study Hall and tried to find out if it was Homer or Socrates. Morris Saam brought his wife and eight children with him. Flora Connolly, the great chemist, gave an interpretative dance, while Forest Brewer, who is still girl-hunting, inter- preted it. Oh, time, did you say!J" And then Mildred started. "I was at the reunion, too, and I saw everyone. Charles Williman was there in a party which Bob Trippy brought. Charles has at last become related by law to the Trippy family. Bob Trippy is a very noted writer. From the notes that he took on a trip with Charles he has written a parady on 'Travels with a Donkeyf Vaughn Starkey, the big butter and egg man, was there, too. He sat next to me. I found out that the butter and eggs had come from his dairy and poultry farm. I also renewed my friendship with the two Ziegfield Follies girls, Leora Sproul and Frances Abbott. Eulah Smith, who is famed as one of the most successful evangelists, came to the reunion just long enough to say 'Hello' to everybody. She couldn't stay, because she was conducting some services at the Rev. Daniel Helman's church. Carl William Alex- ander showed up at the reunion quite late but he said that he was detained by business. He has a second-hand store in Chicago. Gwendolyn Jerome formally announced her en- gagement to Clarence Grunewald. I never saw any pair act more like love-birds than those two. Marcella Douglas and Georgia Heist closed up their beauty shop to come, but they left early as they had appointments. Carl Tomlinson and his faithful spouse Qonce Marguerite Hartzogj gave everyone tips on the stock market. Donald Devine was in a very jovial mood and told us all about his adventures as a prohibition oflicer in Ken- tucky. It was perfectly thrilling. Oh dear, time,s up and I just started!" Annabel beginning: "Jeanette also told me that Bessie Black and Isabel Brown were there. Isn't it funny that they should own the Black Sc Brown Dye Company? She also said that Carey Withrow, the pugilist, gave a demonstration. I had a letter from Helen Feigert today. She said the reunion was a grand success. Vera went with Helen. Vera Kesler married a Celina minister and then Vera's husband married Helen to a Celina man. I hear that they are still good friends. Helen told me that they danced a little and that Agnes Gunsett was the chaperone. It seems as if Agnes is always in demand as pa chaperone. From what Helen said, Ruth McDonald came only to look for men for her bureau. She is running a bureau for women that can't marry. Ruth promises to catch the husband. Norma Draving looked very tired indeed, Jeanette said. I hear that she Forly ISXITALI Bllll intends to publish her fourteen page notes soon and she is working extra hard on them. After taking ten minutes to catch her breath, Mildred started again. "Mildred Chambers came wearing an exclusive evening creation of the Humphreys and Holbrook Style House. Mildred is the head model in the firm. Harold Haines has grown a beard and is trying to spread Bolshevism in America. Lee Gamble explained how he taught football to his players. He turned out a wonderful team last year, never a defeat. Al- though peace conferences are very much out of style at present, Marjorie Steward told me that she holds them regularly to keep all her friends on peaceful terms. Betty Gleason told me that she formed Ll laundry ladies' prep school after sending her clothes to the laundry once. During the program the chairman read a telegram from Amanda Krugh saying that she was so sorry she was unable to attend but as she was making her debut in the grand opera, she was unable to come. I found out later that even Margaret Clark, the strict critic, was loud in praise for Amanda's voice. Mildred Krieder told us about her around the world flight. Bob McGinnis, the undertaker, whispered to me that she showed signs of being flighty long ago. Mildred Mowrey supplied all the speakers with new jokes. Max Shook and his inspiriation, Florence Mankin, are teaching orchestra in Van Wert. Gaylord Fox, the great Sherlock Holmes-oh dear, time again," And again Annabel started: "I saw Flora Connolly the other day. She told me that she was the professor of chemistry at Ohio State University. Donald Hipsley, she also said, was the professor of English there. I read in the paper that Carl Fox, the electrician, died from a shock. David Roggenkemper, I hear, is holding a class in home sewing. Oh yes, at a bridge party I went to the other day, I met Thomas Thomas. He told me that Betty Stetler married Karl Shingledecker and they are living on a small farm. Floyd Geary is their hired man. I always knew Betty's ambitious eyes would get her something lovely. I saw a picture of Glenn Bates the other day. He is an advertising man. He advertises Arrow Collars. Let me see-is there anyone else? Oh, Harvey Beasley. I hear that he is trying to please someone. There was Celia Evans, too. It is rumored that a bold bad man out west, where she was teaching school, has made off with her. I heard Gene Gilliland give a talk against divorce some time ago, but now since his marriage, he is no longer against it." Mildred's turn: "Mary Ellen Morrison was also at the reunion. I think she's still looking for a husband. Marjorie LeViness and Luther McCoy came to ether although it is rumored that they are now seeking a divorce. Marjorie told me that Martha Raymond with her cat and cup of tea -is spending her days at home among her souvenirs. Paul Fleming has also entered the famous state of matriinony with Clara someone or other. Gerald Miller tried to get us all to live in Scott. He is spending all of his time soliciting population for Scott. Geraldine Clifton was at our reunion, too. She is a very devoted Christian. She spends most of her time playing bridge or at a Ladies' Aid Society. Re- member Vivian Stuck? Well, she's a dancing teacher, she dances very gracefully. Lois Miller is the star student of the Plumber's Correspondence School. Mildred Mathews looked very worried to me, but I learned that she is worrying about those condemning shadows. At the end of the reunion we were told about those who have died. Let's see- I believe that someone said that LaVonne Pierce, after an unfortunate love affair, just pined away. And then there was little Irene Johnston who tried crossing where traffic was dense, has gone hence. And Maurice Bernard got ambitious and stayed awake for one whole day and died from it. Carlton King has eloped with a circus acrobat and hasn't been seen since. Oh, your turn now, Annie." And so Annabel continued: "Do you remember when Mr. Katterheinrich called Analia Tate, Anolia Tail? Well, she is running a tea shop which she calls 'The Ol' Tale.' At her tea room I met Helen Ackom, the president of the Typist Association, who told me that Esther Bergen had just lectured to them on 'Know Your Ancestorsf She recom- mended as references the Marmosettes and the Hamadryas. I also learned that Lawrence Kesler has joined the Navy to see the world, and seeing it he is-and how! Roberta Evans Forfy-om' EXCALIBUIQ has moved to another town away from Marcella for a masculine reason. Oh! and Rein- hold Hoffman is the Justice of the Peace at Ohio City. Weikert Hartzell has recom- mended to Van Wert City Council that our 'small Jordan' be detoured or covered as its slight odor is fairly offensive. Did you see the modern art Marie Kinney has done? She was placed in the Hall of Fame for her work already. Margaret Alice Presley, who made pajama suits popular in Van Wert High, has a shop which specializes only in lounge ensembles. Paul Wyandt has a tailor establishment on Morris Avenue, New York City." And now Mildred again: "Ruth Schuster has the only Rathskeller in America, im- ported from Germany. Gertrude Dilts and Marcele Montague are trying our 'Gertrude Bower-Cook Book.' Gertrude and Mafcele have a delicatessen store. Curtis Stoller is a trick bicycle rider on the Keith Circuit. Irene Wise is secretary to Dr. Laura McConahay the great nerve specialist. Frieda Wfehage I hear is selling used calls. Marjorie Worth- ington is suing for breach of promise. The case promises to be the most important of the year. I see where Marjorie Williams, the tennis star, was introduced to the Queen of England. Edythe Tindall, due to resemblance to the notorious Miss Smith, was arrested last week but was soon released. Edythe gave me all the details of her arrest. She was sure to let me know that even Iva Chilcote, who was doing Europe, wired her regrets and hoped she would be released. Iva's companion, Evadne Norris, also wired. Are you going to hear Harold Gouty when he comes next week? They say he makes his violin talk. Helen Graham is still a perfectly good stenographer. Ruth Miller is selling vibrat- ors. Oh, your turn again, Mildred." And so far, far into time. 1JACH FECHTER, '30. Seminar Cilaaz mill We, the Class of 1930, of Vas Wert High School, being in good health and sound mind, do hereby make, publish and declare this to be our last will and testament. To our successors, the juniors, we bequeath our front seats in Assembly and our dig- nity. May they uphold it with seriousness and as faithfully as we have done. The Sophomore Class is to receive our school spirit as shown throughout the years. To the Freshmen we leave all the pencils, erasers, or paper which we may have leftl behind in the mad rush at the end of the year. May they make use of them and may these impart to them some of our knowledge. PERSONAL BEQUESTS Eugene Gilliland bequests his new overalls to Clair Myers. Mildred Derwort wills her earrings to Rosalie Barnes. Georgia Heist's knack of handling a basketball to Bernice Stetler. Maurice Saam and Max Shock leave their musical voices to Harry Williams and Bob Gephart. Put them to good use, boys! Gerald Milleris ability to dress nicely to Eugene Hammond. Floyd Geary's latest book on "How to Kid Teachers" is to be put into the hands of Paul Roggenkemper. Don Devine wills his everlasting smile to Francis Schock. The quiet, studious disposition of Helen Ackom is bequeather to Barbara Harris. To janet Phelps, Julia Blake leaves her place as class tomboy. Dan Helman and Betty Gleason leave to Charles Exline and Dorothy Balyeat their wonderful companionship during high school years. Martha Humphreys wills a book on "How to Become a Good Dancer" to Mildred Morgan. Forty-lzvo EXCALI BUD Irene Johnston's proud disposition is willed to Helen L. Pierson. To Mary E. Holbrook, Gertrude Bower gives her quiet and easy manner. Carey Withrow leaves-Earl Rhodenbaugh still in school. Margaret Counsellor wishes upon Joy Mercer her quiet walk. To Marion Cassidy, Annabel Dannison leaves her studious disposition. Celia Evans wills her place as prima donna of the class to Inez Krugh. Martha Raymondls jazzie airs to Helen Fleming. To Francis Mathews Forest Brewer leaves his love for the girls. Mildred Chambers wills her freckles to Margaret Trippy. Helen Graham leaves her neat shorthand book to the school. To Isabelle Brittsan, Agnes Gunsett wills her Sunday night dates. Ruth McDonald leaves all her hats to Helen Sproul for all time except on rainy days. Don't forget the provision, Helen. Mildred Mathews wills her goal, Graduation, to the Juniors. Jane Lehman will receive Lois Miller's wave set. Maybe Jane doesn't need it. Mildred Mowrey leaves her love for a good laugh to any downhearted under-classman. David Roggenkempefs horse laugh to Galen Conley. To Fay Canny, Ruth Schuster wills some of her height. Mary Spayd leaves her store of knowledge to some needy Freshie. Betty Stetler wills her spike heel shoes to Irene Agler. Marjori Steward leaves her worn-out typewriter to a commercial student. Harold Haines' Ford is left for Mr. Bowland. Be sure to take good care of it. Helen Feigert wills her love for Chemistry to any unfortunate chemist. To john Evans, jack Fechter leaves his wonderful gift of memory. The mathematical ability of Bob Trippy and Jack Ferguson is bequeathed to anyone having hard luck in that line. ' Iva Chilcote wills her gracious smile to Geraldine Norris. Vera Kesler leaves her witty talk to Margaret Klein. Gwendolyn Jerome leaves a string of broken hearts. Carlton King wills a book, "How to Make Love in French," to Harold Linton. Bernadine Baker bequeaths her curly hair to Mildred Leviness. Gertrude Dilts and Isabel Brown just completed "How to Become a Flapperf' They leave it to Nell Dorman. Barbara Holbrook bequeaths her musical talent to Ruth Costin. Florence Mankin's charitable nature is willed to Bertha May. Lawrence Kesler and Eulah Smith give all their bookkeeping books to Harold Kouts. Could you use them, Harold? A Frances Abbot leaves her "A's" in business to anyone who canlt get a high grade in it. To Lucille Dorman, Marjorie Leviness bequeaths her diligence in her school work. Charles Williman wills to Chester Rickets his business air around the school. Irene Wise leaves her photograph where everyone can see it. Curtis Stoller leaves Marvin jones his quiet and calm ways. To Mary E. Walters Marcele Montague gives her ability as an office girl. Lloyd Smith leaves Lionel W'ebb his uncanny ability to get out of mix-ups, Marcella Douglas leaves the class treasury .... empty. Esther Bergan wills Marjorie Cook her accuracy and speed in typing. To Keith Painter, Don Hipsley leaves his love for reading stories in class. Bessie Black leaves all her notes she has received this year to Leah Thatcher. Luther McCoy wills some of his height to Oscar Olson. Tom DeWitt leaves his popularity with the girls to Cyril Bectol. Will you need it, Cyril? Paul Fleming leaves his French book to Eugene Schmidt. We're sure that Gene will appreciate it even if Paul didn't. Forly-lbrvf' U9 t. f A i - 7, ' lf 53 H' P1 1 'x f 4 -1 , v Lf If 1 EXCALIBUIQ Marcile Gamble wills her red dresses to G. Wherry. Gaylord Fox leaves all the money he has banked this year to john Painter. Mildred Matthys is to take Ruby Endsley's place on the Honor Roll. Will you keep it up, Billy? Harold Gouty leaves the school with regrets. Lee Gamble wills his art of painting and drawing pictures to Mt. Osborn. Flora Connolly's pep is left for Alice F. Stuckey. To Florence Black is bequeathed Jeanette Conn's happy and jolly disposition. Maurice Bernard leaves his place as football advertiser to Charles Keyser. Geraldine Clifton's love of underclassfmenj to Louise Strack. Margaret Clark leaves to Joanne Rucklos her ability to attract men. ? P ? Weikert Hartzell bequeathes to Albert Stickney his job as assistant chemist. Marguerite Hartzog wills a' box of face powder to anyone who has a shiny nose. To Vera Fox, Anolia Tate leaves her modesty. ? ? ? Leora Sproul leaves her neatness in her school work to Lucille Hipsley. Norma Draving bequeaths her extra credits to anyone who needs some. Carl Alexander gives his willingness to work to James English. Glenn Bates leaves to Charles Daniels a paradise fpair of dicej. Anita Smith and Mary E. Morrison leave to Mary E. Barbour and Maxine Masters their Celina Romeos. To Arlo Turner, Roberta Evans cheerfully gives her fairy laugh. Karl Shingledecker gives his ability to play the sax to Earl Smith. Kenneth Smith and Reinhold Hoffman leave the school-well satisfied. LaVon Pierce leaves her proficiency in running the mimeograph to any aspirant. To Cleo Jones and Mildred Richards, Mildred Kreider bequeaths her extensive ward- robe. Don't fight girls! Opal Carter is to receive Edith Tindall's love for Business English. Carl Tomlinson leaves his interest in Hi-Y to the boys of the High School. Marjorie Worthington wills her ability to make long shot baskets to Betty Borchers. Clarence Grunewald bequeaths his ability to get just inside the room fsometimesj be- fore the last bell rings to Cecile Hartzog. Marjorie Williams wills her curling iron to Evelyn Marker. Amanda Krugh's French reading to Mary K. Myers. Marie Kinney leaves her large tantalizing eyes to Evelyn Marker. Carl Fox wills his patience at typing to Robert Slusser. Thomas Thomas' abundance of flaming locks to Myron Mowery. Laura McConahay gives her giggles to Margaret Sinn. Frieda Wehage bequeaths her generosity to Louise Perry. Vaughn Starkey leaves his mustache to Dick Allen. Margaret Alice Presley's lovely curly hair to Ellen Uncapher. Vivian Stuck bequeaths her frankness and loyalty to certain freshmen. Harvey Beasley wills his rubber sling shot to Don Cole. Evadne Norris's patience in working bookkeeping to Mary E. Sampsell. Ruth Miller's sunny disposition to john Allen. Robert McGinnis wills his laziness to Lowell Hattery. In the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred thirty, we, the Senior Class, acknowledge this to be our testament. MARCELLA DOUGLAS, '30. NORMA DRAVING, '30. Parry-four Huber Erahuatez fm' ,Xl'Al..ll3Yl.ll? , Allen, John Allen, Richard Alberts. Thomas Aulr. Lillian Hailey, Margaret Barbour. Mary Ellen Barnes, Rosalie Bechrol, Cyril Bowden. Elizabeth Busch. Oral Farrer, Opal filarli. hlartha Conley. XVilfred Coombs. Kenneth Chsiin, Ruth Ciusier, Forest Daniels. Charles Dickey, Laura Dorman. Lucille Eels. Ralph Emerielx. Florence Cieeowets. Dick Gepparl, Robert Goff, Richard Grunewald. Clarence Hammond, Eugene Harvey, Harold Hipsley. Lucille Hoffman. lrma Jacks. Floyd Jones. Cleo Jones, John Kampf. Helena Kesler. Charles Keyser. Charles Klein. Eugene Knodel, Herbert Kouls, Harold Krugh, Inez Kuhn, Robert Lane. Louise Leviness. Marion Linser, Karl Mallo ry. Dorothy ,ll-i ' ' i is e W? . E My I ,aaa ag l ,s W : 1 1 "Qi ibill A 'Z' fl f w :sv if 1' x' ' i ' ii Li' 'ff A 1 ' v as ' Q. -.q. 'V ! gf.: JJ ,, V . -.Q .4 t l F I r . . " i L i 've A , i fir 2 z ' ,Q I --45 - 5 U I .. 'A A " ,Q . F , .-ig 1" ii .5 in . .. M X il , .3 . .. X i s , X, , Lb hzrfif- ' ' ' '- iri. 1 .3 lx yi i '2 4 it - iff' :fu .,,v fi '-A h i if ff as I F . ff" :rs -J :X J- Q up 1 sg. Z MT: , L9 . 1 Q ' .1 . .55 ll I ax 11:15 N - in W 1 i ' F ,junior Gllazsa Qin org as "Ahoy, Mates! The good ship "Progress" of the junior Class has once again cast anchor after her third voy- age in a series of four: namely, Freshman, Soph- omore, junior, and Senior. You may be sure this trip has been a very plesant one, one that all the crew will never want to forget. XVe had as captain on this trip Kenneth Coombs, who also piloted us through our Sopho- more cruise. He had for his first and second mates Earl Smith and Johnny Jones, who also served under him during the last cruise. These ofhcials carried their respective responsibilities to the advantage of the crew. We were also fortunate in having with us those sailors who endeavored to make our trip a success by offering their services in obtaining good grades as our course advanced. Those of the junior crew for the semester honor roll were Trev1 Stuck, Margaret Sinn, Mildred Matthys, and Delores Pflum. standard high by obtaining athletic laurels. They should be given mention because of their spirit for "dear old Van Wert High School." ., 1 u D Z., 7. . , . I -'gg' ' 1 . . I i M .- 4 A A , Q, V - Too, we had in our midst those who held our .iii V . 'A' l, Tir, Forly-sir Master. Maxine hlallhews, Ruth Nlallhews, Francis hlallhvs. hlildred Klav. Bertha Mercer, Jov Klerrrs, .lack Myers, Marv K Miller. Donald Moore. Ruth Nl-Jvrex My ron Painter. Ktiili Pease, Ulan l'rnnell. Louise Pllum. Delores Prreldv, Truman Rieliards, Xlrltlrerl Ringer, Harold Russell. Virginia Rush. Irene Naam kyilson bavnpsell XX'illiam glXIklIlll Schmidt. Eugene Sinn, Margaret bmilh. Earl Srerler. Bernice Stieknev, Albert Snack, louise 'Nlitlsximrtlx Freeman Stuck, Treva Tarlmn. Hours lice, Maxine iliindall l'lht'l ilhateher. lrah Thomas, Harold Uncaplier. Ellen Yuan Pwr rveu ks Walters, Nlarv Ellen NVr:avrr Jennings XYclls, Klavlord Xvilion, Urnah XYilliman Margaret xvfrghr, ltalwl Yoh. Ruth The juniors receiving varsity letters in foot- ball were Albert Stickney, Tom Alberts, Gene Hammond, Kenneth Coombs, Dick Gecowets. and Gene Schmidt. XY'e also had representatives in basketball. Three crew members received varsity letters-Albert Stickney, Harold Kouts, and Myron Mowrey. ln baseball and track we were also well represented. For the ship's entertainment the crew staged a three-act comedy. "Honor Brightf' with our captain, Kenneth Coombs. and Mildred Rich- ards as the leading couple. They were sup- ported by a very pleasing cast. All in all the play made a big hit. Xve also had a girls' inter-class basketball team with Isabel XVright as captain. Although this team didn't make such an extraordinary showing they fought for the best. Now that the captain's log is Finished. it is evident that the happy memories of the third cruise of the "Progress" of the junior Class will live as a glowing ember in the hearts of its crew forever. GENE SCHBIIDI' ,3 1. J Iimlx- f Xf is t ' ,: A' ' I I5 'K : i ' ,w -A X N x X i J I F 1 .4 - l lf JL. 2 1 N"' 1 --:,, si 3 fi , f, 'lm ' .9 ' s '-.i' L ifnili ' x": i -' f to sf -, ':" . i . 1 is ' ss- 5 , f' ,Q ,Q , -. if . X t . I as iss? t :am ' L i in a X fT..:, ...:1,::A: gr, J K it g QZAI X 3 a: I is-H at - vi :L , ...Q ' at ,IE if 1 Q Wa. A I k E as -f i " K I . 'ai' V V in W Q ' . .,.', 1 21 gf 4, ?L f 'xg i gt I h, I X Q L ' Y N ,- K-.,, 1 H, Al I lf! lc Agler, Adeline Agler, Irene Allen. Eleanor Allen, Madonna Balyeat, Dorothy Baxter. Oakley Baxter, Earl Bonncwitz. Janet Black, Florence Black, Anna Bess Blake, John Brittsan. Isabelle Brown, Hoyt Cassidy. Robert Chambers. Alice Clifton, Don Cole. Donald Cole, Doris Comer, Guy Cook, Marjorie Costin. Joan Cotterman. William Corathers, Cecile DekVitt, Gwendolyn Dnlhone, Donald Dougal, Rheba Dudley, Erwin Dunifon. Vern Elder. Graydon Emerson, Mildred l ,j Qi, a , English, Mary Evan, John Exline. Charles Felger. George P. Fleming. Helen Fox, Kathryn Gouty. Marcelline Greenewald, Dale Grove, Arhtur Gunsetl. Florence Hammond, Ida Mae Haines, XValter Harber, XVilma Harris, Barbara Harvey. Lelia Hatlery, Lowell Henderson, Harry Hofmann, Velma Holbrook. Mary Ellen Jacobs, William Jones. Marvin Kanney, Golda Keltner. Gladys Kennedy. Bernice Klein, Margaret Krcischer, Charles Lahrman, Pauline Lehman, Robert Leiter, LeRoy LeViness, Mildred English, James Sophomore Glleuaz Bisttnrg That "history repeats itself" is an oft quoted adage, so in some respects the history of the Sophomore Class of '29-,30 will parallel that of its predecessors. Sincerely believing "Lives of all great men remind us, we can make our lives sublime," our class, numbering 126, on September 9-19, '29, enthusiastically and jubilantly trudged our Way down "The Long Walk," up "The Trodden Steps," and over "The Threshold of Learningn worn by the footsteps of many former classes of "Sophs." We hearkened to the call "Let us then be up and doing," and the result was the following class organization: President, Robert Lehman, Vice-President, Don Cole, Secretary and Treas- urer, Helen L. Pierson. With a "heart for any fate," we boldly waded in "where angels fear to tread," into the intri- cate and unheard of realms of Geometry, Latin, English, etc. For weeks we boldly pursued and still achieved knowledge. Cur kind teachers had taken great and in- finite pains that we "learned to labor," and we soon found that Longfellow knew his "stuff" when he so feelingly penned the phrase, "Life is real, life is earnest." For!-3'-t'iglJl Ltnlon. Harold Locl-tard, Fred Louth, Richard McCollum, Ray Marbaugh. XVilliam Matthews, CliHord Marker, Evelyn May, Richard Mllheim, Xvrndcll Miller. Margaret Miller. Edith Miller. Ruth Nliller, XVilliS Mohler, Yada Montgomerv, Marcil Morgan. Mildred Myers, Clair Nichols. Ruth Norris, Geraldine Owens. Robert Perry. Louise Phelps. Janet Pierson. Helen L, Pierce. Jason Pond, Lucille Pond, Vernon Pontius. Burdette Radilwr. Harlan Reidenhaugh, Louise Robinson, Mildred e llXl KI Rhodunbaugh, lfarl Ricketts, Chester Roggcnltemper. Paul Rose. John Ross. Virginia Saltzgabur, Marjorie Sthumm, Carl Scott, Slotris Stott, Philip St-mer. Doris Sthoclx, Frances Showalter. Herbert Nummcrsct, Dorothancll bproulr Helen Stokes, Gladys htollrr, Nlildrvd Swartr, Geraldine Ti-rrv Aileen Thatcher, K harlotre Thatcher. Lflvile Trippy, Margaret Vetter, hlatgarvt XVt'rmcr, Alfred XX'crmvr. Glenn Whittington, Jean Williams, Harry XYilli.ims, Florence XX'illx. Edna XVllxon. Ruth Wvan-.lt, Ethel Young. Ray But the real results were shown by the follow- ing of our number on the semester honor roll: Eleanor Allen, Alice Chambers, Rheba Dougal, Mildred LeViness, Evelyn Marker, Helen Louise Pierson, Doris Semer, Helen Sproul, Mildred Stoller, Aileen Terry, Margaret Trippy, Edna NVills, Hoyt Brown, Robert Cassidy, George Poter Felger, Lowell Hattery, and Robert Leh- man, That some enjoyment and not all toil should be our "destined end," with "hearts stout and brave," also our muscles, we found ourselves far enough along to have the following members on the football and basketball teams: Don Cole, Robert Cassidy, Robert Lehman, Harlan Radiker, Fred Lockard, john Evans, Arlo Turner, Dale Greenewald, Donald Clifton, Francis Shock, and George P. Felger. We are also very proud of the fact that the Sophomore girls very nearly won the girls, basketball inter- class championship. We are further persuaded that "music can soothe the savage breast," so we were represented in the operetta, "The Ghost of Lollypop Bay," by Margaret Trippy and Vada Mohler. We have so far discovered "life is not an empty dream," and we hope to continue wide- awake during the next two, short years that re- mainu for us in high school so that we will achieve our goal, a diploma from "Dear Old Van Wert High," tied with Lavender and Gray. MARGARET TRIPPY, '3 Z. Iiurly-nun' 'T . Qi. iv' :iff A f .. TJ' Nr' K' it 49 ' . . ' -'S-' A 6 5 if ., .JD I vf , 4, If - fi.. is L' h V - al E' 'Qt .fx . I ,X vt -X A -r 1 J .ha-5, ' . i' l 69 l 1' '.,, 9 .5 . 'tx la - V Z1 Q g T3 r' . 'N . 'L . X' X ,LA 3' fi- 'W' i 'E fix' j E359 las-. r V, 4 X rf I f, ' I H ill ., . KA 1' I . Y- fd g A I up X - , V u s rg ., , .i 'J .F ' ' . l ,Q lXf ,KI Ili-ll ' .,..,-: g l T T L' V 1 'Q '1 M 1 V " ' . 1 - 1 , ,V.A . .,.. 1 l Q -, ' - i.vx A t . ' .4 A. . A f ,,,, 5-...er ' - . 'Rf ' Vi' 4' -V 4,-v it . A fe f 3 3' 5 ff if J I 'M 3, 1 X Q K w . ' ' f ' fi A Atl-iatz. Clifford Aglcn. Helen Agler, Edyrhe Agner. Berry Alison, Ethel Angcvine. Madge Baer. Kenneth Bell. Molan Bell, Virginia Bergen, Gerhard Bernard, Homer Blake, Malvern Borchrrs, Betty Bowden, Xvilllam Brandrnbugh, Sam Brown. Glenn Busch, Karl Cannv. Lillian Cartvr. Floyd Casxtdav. Marion Collette, Mary Collins. Fred Conley. Galen Conn, XVcbstcr Lonncr, Norma J Conwell. Alice Cook, Lowell Cordier. Olan Curtis. Gladys Custer. Edmind Davis. James Deal. George Dtfamp, Elizabeth DuMoss, Raymond Donor, LeRoy Dunilon. Mary Dorman. Nell Draving. Elmer Early. Margaret Edmiston. Dorothy M Ilmvrich. Mary Fcwtett. Dorothy Fowler, Romaine Fowler. Herbert Fleming. Harold Fox. Helen Fox, Vera Fraylitlt. Mary Jane Frirxner. Richard Q "' li 5 , '. -1 if 36, fvfg ,il -5? 2.2 :Q gi . Q 1 'SEQ av'-. 1 'i ae. h V- ' 'vh- V 3 . - i ' if 5 -V, I A . Q Ng. '-55 'T 1, t it Q ,T . , I at 'l gi S is li' Y S- ' 6' in i ' - .Lf " it tu ., xy gy 1 i , Q3 453 ' 'vt E ,H ,E W , 1 1 ,. I Li I ' , , 41.34 ,, . , - es' f rf A K A rf if if wg .ff - ar' . . .. i Kr i ., , Y 4, ' - - 2.3-'i3i t', . W., ' lung ,i E "W ,..,. Q., Gia new fl ' T52 "All mfs 1, A F- . - ee' :Freshman Gllaaa Zgiatnrg At last we were freshmen-in high school! How we had planned and dreamed for that mo- ment! But on that fine morning of September ninth we entered the shrine of learning with the modest sincerity of young explorers. When all had assembled, we soon discovered ourselves the biggest class in the school fwe then numbered about 1601 and were given the study hall as our home room. Here Mr. Nott aided our infantile minds in solving the trials and afflictions fwhich seemed insurmountablej of our "Freshie" year. After a few weeks we realized that, if we wished to continue our happy career, we must have a body of officers. So we proceeded to elect the officers who would lead us on through that year. Doyt Stemen was elected president and proved quite worthy of his trust. His opposing fellow classman, jack Hughes, was later made class representative, so all the evil results of an election were avoided. Olan Cordier was elected vice-president and Alice Siegel secretary-treas- urer. As the rest of the classes were also electing officers and cheer leaders, we made Lionel fDuckyj Webb an assistant cheer leader. He led us in assembly, on the athletic Held, and elsewhere in cheering UQ the opposing team and classmen. Not long afterwards we chose green and white for our class colors. Fifly Furman, Catherine Gamble, Josephine to IX! Hours, Catherine lehman. .lane Geary. Billv letter. Gerald Gecoivers, Grace Linscr, Ami' German, Margaret lippi, .-lrmaniliw Girod, XVanda Lippi, Danze Green, Audrev Mar. .lncqucs Griblrr, Gravden Mar, Nlargucrive Gribler. Doyr Mnwhere, Robert Gribler. Lawrence Nlel nllum. lfred Grlblfr, Pearl hlcllonald. Richard Haldy, Helen McNair Niarxe Haines, Robert McMullen. Gurdon Hardin, Harry .wl.zrlm. Samuel Hartzog, Cecile lklaillwws, Robert H-nltshcrry, XVillinm Klihrn, Rnvnwntl Hughes, Jack Miller, Glenn Humrritkhouse. Evelyn Mill--r, ll.i1cl Jester, Mildred Miller, l.mnrl Jerome. Forrest Monrgomerr. George Knodcl Dale Moore. l".1ulinc Knodel, louise Xlurphv, lowcll Knuder, louis Neely' Hugh Koogle. Treva Ni-nlwrrv. Hovt Ntlwn, Own: ,il llll Our class constituted a large part of the high school orchestra and band, and lustily helped to sing in the operetta, "The Ghost of Lollypop Bay," which was given by the High School chorus group. Considering clubs and organiza- tions of any kind, our class was well represented in the Y-Hi and Junior Hi-Y clubs. The school banking system proved hard to manage in our class, for we never seemed to be able to have a high percentage. Once the goal of 100'2 was reached but was lost within a week's time, much to our lament and the up- per-classmen's disgust. Our home room assembly gained much suc- cess qfrom our point of viewj , for the talents of music. of acting, and of reading contained in the class were soon revealed. We began to organize basketball squads when the season had arrived, both the boys' and girls' squads playing in inter-class games. On our boys' team were Olan Cordier, George Deal, Lowell Cook, Lionel NVebb, Chet Stittsworth, Elmer Draving and Homer Bernard. They overcame most of the upperclass teams and were recognized as real athletes. On the girls' squad were Marian Cassidy, jane Lehman, Louise Wil- kinson, Madge Angevine, Betty Borchers, Mary Elizabeth Sampsell, Genevieve Wfherry, Alice Conwell, and Helen Fox. They were a mighty fast squad, although not as successful as the boys, for they only lost and tied in the inter- class games. However, they survived and we still heartily applaud their efforts. Fifly-un Our honor .ac.cca,..-aee.lQYkI a 4 -4,1 4,p..5i" T . - A i . ' V 1 ' 5 7 .1 V f V hyvv R ea-QI iw h. g . 'U 'f Q as QQ'f',paQ yi 1 j ' 4 ,f'.x:S is J L ii. Ng .K x "" 1, . ., .f Q 5 kg if.:-.Q 1 , 43 V Q .94 ' f-,ax 'iii .,.. . T X ,mg . T as if ff ' li 1 I ti 'ri 'V ,ii 4 rv, A 5 9 . ' ,iii ' Qs.. A fgi. 4 s 'lf' . 1-if if F. ' as L? as V - ' Egkg i?a'5f ,P Rag ' Qfi f , . 1 A s- ' i A X 1 . A if' Q , ' f f' ,s ' . ' r N H3- I A iii ' f I 5 ' . F Q' 5 ' e L3 14 5 t f . '45, . -... 5 ,. QV, H . . ', WI Db, .A . vf- l . 'tt' ' if ty ll - T' 1 . L 'Zz 1 - ' f W . W - . ' I, Q I I' V iilffg ii 7 .illflWf11i11f"' Owen, Zanla Painter. John Parks. Marcile Partin. Parie Lre Pearson, Howard Perrin. Williard Presler. Clyde Rhodes. Helen Rhodes. Paul Rison, Lilha Roesner. Delbert Rucklos. Joanne Runnion, Norma Sampsell, Mary E. Schaadl, Erwin Schaffer. Kenneth Schuster. Lucille Stott, Kenneth Sells, Alice Sells, Gertrude Shaw. Lawrence Sheeran. Don Meyer. Florence Siegal. Alice Sink. Elmer Sluster. Robert Smith. Dale Smith. llarold Smith. Janice Smith, Merlen Sponseller, Valeria Stcmen, Doyt Sticlxney, Richard Slitsworth, Chester Stratton. Ruby Stuclty. Alice F. Todd, Rose Thompson. Ethel Thompson. Hannah Turner, Arlo Urton. LeGrnnde XVebb. Lionel XVright. llelen XVolf, Burton XVilliams. Gene XVillxin5on. Louise XVhcrry. Genevieve XVellwr, James NVelker. Betty Jane XVeclt. Selma XVermer. Isabel XVermer. Paul Mary roll students were many, number- ing as many as eighteen in one six weeks. For some vague, unknown reason the girls always outnumbered the boys on the honor roll by a large majority. Nevertheless, we are proud of them all and urge them to continue their ef- forts for the good name of our class. Upon arriving in the school building soon after the Thanksgiving holidays, we were con- fronted with the fact that "every-pupil state tests" were on the way. These were over in one day, however, so everybody quickly recovered and looked ahead to the Christmas vacation with considerable expectation. These happy days soon became a pleasant memory of the past to us, and we all looked for- ward with fear and trembling to the weeks fol- lowing, trying to acquire a scant knowledge for the semester tests. But it happened that no one was very seriously overcome so we began again the work and play of a new semester, remem- bering that we were the Hrst freshman class in Van Wert High School to begin anew in the Hrst of the "30's." And so many other eventful happenings have filled the remaining part of our freshman year. We leave the freshman class with the memories of a year well spent, and we are looking forward to becoming a successful class in our sophomore year. PEGGY GERMANN, '3 3. Fifly-Iwo ff Bepartmvntal Mrahez U9 t. f A i - 7, ' lf 53 H' P1 1 'x f 4 -1 , v Lf If 1 Sveuenth 6111212 GROUP I Brwzmm R-ni' Robert Marker, Richard XVilkinson. Ora Tindall, Glenn Fleming. Richard NVise. Maurice Lamb, St-cond Ihre' Don Tindall, Frank Kaduli, Robert XVilliman. NX'alter Moyer, Robert Lac. Evelyn Harden. Alene Pierce. Dortha Holtebrrrv, Olive Knott. Garnet Mohler, Esther Cox. Ruth Croghan, Annetta Phipps, Almecla XVilliamson, Louise Stripe. Virginia Obernour. 'I him' Run' Marjorie Richards. Nellie Kouls, Pauline Steinmetz. Leona Staley. Miss Ramsey. Gertrude Fair. GROUP ll Bollum Row Bertha l.eVtnes5. Alice Kesler. Helen Baxter. Carl Uncapher, Billy Roy. Theadon Shank. Faris Mover, Harrx' XX'herry St-fond It-nu' June Allmgham. Patty Gauvev, Margaret Longsworth. Hazel Roberts. Aileen Lawhcad. Third Row. Elouise Speelman. Marv XVhitney, Dorie Yarnfield, Elizabeth Fell. Dorothy Dipper-,', Helen Youlsey. Marjorie Balyeal. Margaret Kennedy, David Gaede. Junior XValter. Jack Ruclilos, Fifty-folfr l r 1 .i l v B3-fi' aa IX! ki ! Eighth Girzxhe wa GROUP I Burn'-nw Rum Carl McCov, James Saam. l.aYcrnc Tcrrx' Svcrmd Row Stewart Mohler, Truman Xlarrrn, Harrv XVrsc. Rcrra Andcrson, lsabcl Turncr, Elizabeth XVrlllams. Elrzalaclh Rcrchard. Ruth XVrlson. Elxrc l,ouclr, Xlrlclrcd Brscl. Thelma lilcrn, Emma Thompson, Vcra Krugh, Eleanor Ffrgcrl. Margucrrlc Conn. Jacquc Locl-lard, Frank Uncaphcr. Don Srcllcr Thrrd Ron Gerald Bcchtol, Nlarcclla Smrrh, Mrrram Craddrs, Marv Joncx. Rolacrr llolrsbsrry. Hubert lifrppcr. NX'ax'nc Ovvrman, Charles XVrsc, GROUP ll Bullom Ron' Lcola Kalmar, Jana XVarrcrson, .Xrlccn Llrfron, Marjorie Gcppcrt. Karhryn Blake, John Young. John Agler. Thomas Edwards, Melvin Monroe, Paul Alban. Ralph XVhrrncv, Gordon Dashcr Serum! Row Frances Counscllor, Jeanne Downs. Clco Trndall, Polly' Anna Drclxrnson. Bern' Fergus. Frances Horn Thrrd Rory XK'aldon Sherman, Melvrn Gardncr, Bcnjamrn Monroe. Lorena Drppcry. Ruth Smith, Leona Smrrh, Virgrnia Johnson, Duam Carpcnrfr. .lohn McConahcy, Fifty-ffl 5 is Ext All l 1 ll D l 1 i l P U 1 I l l l l Eighth Emile Qiztnrg "Onward, ye brave comrades," has been the cry of the Eighth Grade "Pirates" as they gaily sailed the sea of Junior High. New members have been captured now and then and have been made one of us. Only one has left to conquer new lands. Many of our crew have been on the Honor Roll from time to time Qand many have notj. On the semester Honor Roll we hnd Eileen Clifton, Polly Anna Dickinson, Har- riet English, Betty Fergus, Frances Horn, and Jane Watterson. Our athletic teams have had good luck this year, the girls' team doing equally as well in basketball as the boys. We are quite proud of our musical talent for about ten of our pirates are in the band and several more expect to be included soon. The banking record for Section One has been fairly good. They have had one hundred per cent each week but the first three. Section Two has not quite made the same record. Our leaders, Misses Stetler, Hankammer, and Ramsey, and Mr. Mercer have cheered us on more than once when our courage was weak. Mr. Diener gave us a very interesting talk in "Guidance" class on the vocation of teaching. We were all sorry when the period came to an end. We have had other talks by prominent speakers about the different vocations which some day a few of us hope to enter. Now as we sail along, the good ship High School appears over the horizon and, hav- ing heard of the great treasures it has stored in its strong hold, we ride on to meet it with stout hearts fbut quaking kneesj. - FRANCES HORN, '5 4. Seventh Grabs Qistnrg Let's go to the Seventh Grade movie now. The first scene is in the school room before school has begun. The pupils are reading newspapers, "The Cloak Room Riot," edited by David Gaede and Billy Ray, and "The Weekly Parrot," by Hazel Roberts and Dorothy Dippery. The second scene is after school has begun, with Banking as the center of interest. It has been hard to keep a perfect record but we have done well. Next we Hnd some of the boys at orchestra which is in its second year of existence. The fourth scene is in the gym, where they are playing basketball. The girls have had a good beginning under the direction of Louise Perry, a Junior in high school. The cap- tain of the girls' team is Dortha Holtsbury. The boys won the Seventh Grade champion- ship of the Van Wert schools. Donald Tindall is the captain of the boys" team. Several of the pupils are in the band, which is our next scene. At the first of the year it was all "do-re-mi" but now they are playing real music. Next we Hnd the Seventh Grade waiting anxiously for their semester report cards. 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'ei :N JF S a Fi! Q 3 H 1 1 ,! As 5 .Q In W0 W I! 44 ffff. 1: fx? yfzf Athlvtirz i' iXl, All lj lilq ,,., I . ',,fw2f9l-fe' Bottom Row' Wcikcrt Hartzell, Jack Ferguson. Barbara Harris, Duckv XVcbb Top Row: O. A. Klcndworth.. Ortha Smith. l. G. Kaltcrhrinrich, XV. C, lfwbank Glnarheia, managers :mil Cllheerleahers COACH KLENDWORTH Coach Klendworth came to us this year, and put the reserves through in fine shape to Hll vacancies on the First squad. He also had charge of all track men. A great deal of credit is due him for his loy- alty and hard work for Van W'ert High School. COACH SMITH Although this was Miss Smith's first year as girls' athletic coach with Van W'ert High School, it did not take long for her to gain the confidence and admiration of all the student body. MR. KAT'fERHEINRICH Mrl Katterheinrich took Mr. Speith's place as faculty advisor and had no small job when he tackled it. His work was taking care of the finances and business end of the athletics, buying new uniforms and equipment, and settling ac- counts. CoACH ENWBANK This is Coach Ewbank's second year with Van W'ert High School and he showed his ability in shaping a team to the best advantage for the school. Although we lost several letter men last year, that did not discourage him at all. The coach de- serves a lot of credit for his work. XVEIKERT HARTZELL W'ike played nursemaid. painter, water carrier- in fact, a "jack of all trades" where athletics were concerned. W'henever last minute bandages or wraps were to be put on, XVike was always at hand, ready to do his part where ever he could. JACK FERGUSON This is jack's third and last year on the cheer- ing squad. 'Pep" was jack's middle name, even the center on the varsity squad envied him his jump- ing ability. If it had not been for jack and his megaphone, things would not have been so lively along the side lines. BARBARA HARRIS This is Bob's second year with the cheering teams and she is to be congratulated on her hne work. W'hen the crowd was lacking in spirit Barbara made them sit up and take notice. DUCRY WEBB Ducky was jack's right hand man on the cheer- ing squads XVhenever the luck was against us Ducky never let up on the cheering but kept plugging right along, keeping up the true Van Wert High spirit. This was Ducky's first year and we expect big things of him next year. Sis ly -six -- . . . I Xl KI I Ill 1 11 ll Hs 1 1 1 1 m D 1 n 1 1 1 11 1 1 11 11111 X 1111111 k fN11m1 Alberts Tom Cnsndw Robtrt Cole: Donald Coombs, lxnnneth Drum Donald Gttovstts Rxehard Gnlhland Gum Hammond bene 9 Affunthull Squad! lutjvl Puvfmn P11x111' 10 40 4 30 0 -U 40 Y R T urG Nun: Sehmldt Gent Smknes, 'Xlbtrr Ragga-nlttn1per Dnnd Cumblt Lu Smxth kenneth fum ohn Lmkard Fred Radxlter Harltn bus W1 IQITI Posrllzm P1115 Pd 6 6 1 1 4 30 GorT B l 1 1 l l 1 I l N if , B11 -fm H1111 Alb- . G'g11xvcu. Sm ll. IM-'111c. 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Sul-'-i' rn Lehman, Robtrt N Turner Arlo 11 Thtrt vftre .1 lut ot ltllmu thu Jmxured tht hrst ull nr l11utb.1ll but they wen hnalls slfttd down thrte squads Tht Cou1.,.1rs sun bouktd t r sumt l'l1lj.,l1IW sutl uams thu sur .md surttd the stason by playnng utfum the toughest of thtm Thu were held stun us L11 Bluiittn 5 S Thu mxt plntd Qrttnullt 111 thur htld and 'lbllll vurt buten 'U U10 L St Xhrxs L,.lI'l1L mls .1 rtptt1t111n ul the BJYHL prtttdmg ll l Jung XJR Vert at tht short en ol t 1. store 70 to 0 .1p.1komL.1 mme our t11 X311 NX trt to hand tht Q11u.,1rs .1 dtttn nt l to U Another dti1..11 111.15 du X311 Wert 1.1l1t11 thu wen: our ru Ada to bt btntn lb to 6 Van Wert had 1 tpark tt hit left when Hnltsullt earnt our and planed nal iuotball up t1ll the hnml guneratk tung thtm U to U 1 Cthna tame mer nut tn 1,11 home xuth .1 um tram the Qougars 7 to 0 Ixtnton stand .mother utturx our us l t 0 but nn the ntxt 1.,1mt the Cougars redeemed themse ves N a httle Roekford tame our hen tonhdently but thu held them I to 17 At Dehmte four old rnalsj the ILJUI tuuld not get yung nor stop them from stonng .md runmng up the store 5' to 0 But just v1:11t untnl next yur vuth marlx all our lttttrmen b.1tk There are lug thmgs expetted of the Cougars nn the tutun 5 111 IXI kl-IDlllQi it ilinnthall Zliettermen TOM ALBERTS Whenever V. W. H. S. needed that little extra push that it takes to make a football player, Tommy was right there to hold up his end of the line. This is his third year and we expect bigger things in 1931. BOB CASSIDY When Bob got out on the football field he forgot every- thing except to crash through and get his man. This is Bob Cassidy's second year and he has two more years to play. Dick GECOWETS Dick played a good brand of football this season-noth- ing spectacular but good, straight, hard football. This is his third year with us and he will be hack next year. We will he expecting still better playing in the future, Dfxvm ROGGENKEMPER Dave played a good season, and he could be depended upon to play real football throughout the game. GENE SCHMID1 Gene had tough luck this year by hurting his knee sev- eral times, keeping him out of a few games. Neverthe- less, he kept the pep in the fellows, in or out of the game. This is Gene's third year as tackle and we will have him back next year. KI-.NNETH CooMBs Although "Kenny" had a slight handicap in height and weight, he was as is generally termed "small but . mighty," and it is Certain that most of the opponents who ran up against him found this out, This is Kenny's second year and we expect him back next year. Bois LEHMAN Bob played halfback and what he lacked in weight he made up in speed and Hght. He has two more years and if he keeps up the way hc has been going there is no reason why he should not be a star player. DON DEVINE Don held up the center of the line, and there was, we feel, no doubt as to his ability for quick thinking when the odds were against him. This is Don's second year with Van Wert High School. Sm ly-rigbi EX1f A ll DI Ill? Ilinnthall Elettermen GENE HAMLiOND As a guard Gene surely Filled the requirements. No mat- ter what the score was. he kept up the old Scarlet and Gray fighting spirit. "Peanut" will be with us again next year. Keep up the old Eight! DON COLE We think that those who saw any of the games know how Don put all he had into the game. NVhen he quit trying it was because the game was over. Don has two more years to play. PAUL VVYANDT Paul played a good game at tackle, but due to injuries he didn't play very much this season. He is graduating this year and we are sorry we cannot have him back next year. KENNETH SMITH "Smitty" played center when Don didn't. Kenneth didn't play so much but when he did he had plenty of the old fight. ALBERT STICKNEY "Red" played halfbaclt and he surely showed the stern stuff of which he is made. WU' could always depend on "Red" for the hard plunging, straight ahead football. This is 'zRed's" third year and we will have him with us next year. GENE GILLILAND Gene played fullback and how!! There were very few fellows that got past him, and he could always be de- pended on when Scarlet and Gray needed a few extra yards. Gene's leaving us this year. Luck and success in the future! GALE Fox When we mention Rosie's name there is no need for further talk, because we all know when he started there was something going on all the time. This is his third year but he graduates and his place will be hard to till. Sixlyanim' Fifi 'sv -te ' Swv m-....v- r , Qigflitvslgai .- Awanearkf , . we - .k mfwi' Ai, X" , Wt' ff if -ir, i 'ie ' x, YK Xl ! I 51 -""'M'p W fx Q S Top Row. Plates. Vvlillininn. Stoller, Devine, Bernard, Smilli, Roggvnlteniper. Gilliland, Seiond Rott" Holbrook, McDonald, hlowcry. Chamlwrs, Lovin lhird Rim' Blake. Heist. Humphreys, Raymond, Q llnterrlatma Basketball Svquzthz SENIOR BOYS The Senior boys won the interelass basketball tournament this year, but they were never ttrtun of victory until the Final game was over. For 1 while it was a toss up to decide who would win. Nlauritt Bernard and Kenneth Smith rotated as Captain. Bernard ,,,, Smith , . , Gilliland Bates ,, ,,,Center Forward Forward Forward S Xvilliman , ,Y,, .,,,. . Devine Roggenltemper Stoller ., ,, ,.., ENIOR GIRLS Guard Guard Guard Guard The season opened this year with the Seniors vs. Freshmen. It was a fast game. The second game was challenged against the juniors. Last but not least the Seniors played their rival sister class, tht Sopho mores. They tied them in the first game, and in their last game both teams went into the iight for tht cup and the Seniors won the championship. Heist QCapt.J Forward Blake ,... .... . ,, ,,,,,,,,,, Center Conn , i,,, ,,,, Chambers ...., ,,,,,, Mowery ..,., Forward Forward ......,Center Sei wily Humphreys ,, ,, ,. Holbrook ..,. Raymond ,,,, McDonald ,,,, Guard Guard Guard Guard V QGIXI klllll I tum nh Nu mi ru. rrx n I Ru 3 r arn nr ru I max nn thu lead and mm drnat SLhl'Hld Surrwurrh Prasa- Cusur lfnterrlazz Bazkethall Squahs JUNIOR BOYS e old saxxm, Thur Q mam hp wut rup an up :lun dmpped ghar nur of the prrrur w Guard Cgnnr Furv. ard Form ard Janus what un hzppnn Thy jumors wen hmng ughr srrarght games rurmng muon BL I 3 NX llwn bum JUNIOR GIRLS Guard Guard Guard The umors starud out bs dgnaum., hr buphonmru hx one haslut Thus was Il gnat emou an thex next md thu Fnshmen Thur last game was agunsr :hr Srnmrs vshr h gnded wat a I0 Barnes Rush Perrw XX mehr Forv. ard Form ard Guard Crnrer lk7 UU! PHum Bal A .mes Remr Guard Guard Srde Guard Forv. ard ragement store of It XI EAI ll fl ll Q X' QQ MCMA'-' 1 1 3 1 1 I 4 w I 4 I l J1 'limp Ron' Brown, Louth, Rose, .Ser-rrltl R-fu: XX'illi.1ms. Scott. Lotltartl, llldrr, Korner 'lhmf Ictlttw lioxbmilt, Aglt-r. Int-ugil, xxwllmmt. lluuflv Rout' llarlmr. llarris. Trippy, Terry, Cole, llnterrlama Basketball Svquahsa SOPI-IOMORE BOYS The Sophomores started out well but had some tough breaks, putting them behind later in the tourna- ment. They will be hard to beat next year for they have experience plus sile. lflder 1Cnpt.b ,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, Center Ricketts ,,, ., .. Forward Lockard ,. Forward Conner Rose ,,,,,,,,,,, ...,.., F orward Williams ,,,,, ,,,,,,, G uard Brown ,,,,,,,,,, H, , . . Guard , , .Guard SOPHOMORE GIRLS The Sophomores started their season with .1 bang. lt has been over a year that the Sophomores desired to keep up with the Seniors and they surely did this year. Vim, vig' ur, vitality were marked throughout the season. They had wonderful team work and used their heads. Terry ,, ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,Guard Holbrook ,,,, .,,, , , Guard Cole ,,eee,, ,,,e .,,...,, G u ard Trippy Costin , ,, Forward ,,,,,,,,Guard Harris ..,. , ,,,,, Forward Agler ,,,,,,,t ....., ,,,,,..,, C e nter Harbor , ,,,,,,, Side Center Dougal , ., -N ,Forward Willinrn ,, ,, ,, ,,,,, Forward SF1'r'lIfj'-fll'tJ .. 7 , . V in V V -a-.a---,--- I XI KI II lil , tau C Tun' Ruta lvraving Dual .Semnd R-tit' Bernard Lordier 5-tituwiirrh. Si-il. N librrd R-fu Nampscll, lahman lawidf. Xknllinx-in li-furlb If-,tt liox, l'nartherx, 1 Unwrll, XYherrv Axigixiiii' llnterrlama Basketball Svquahs FRESHMAN BOYS The Freshies had a rough season but when the tnurnament was river they had crime up to th ird place, beating the Sophs and making them take a bael-1 meat. They haw three years ahead of them, so big things are expected in the future. Curdier mCapt.j ,, Center llraving Furward Stittswurth Forward gink , Cuard Deal , , Forward Bernard Guard FRFSHMAN GIRLS This being their rirst year in High Sehuul the Freshmen were handicapped because uf lack r ence. ln two or three years this team will be une uf the leading teams of the cuunty. They essential characteristics for clean basketball. Angevine . , Forward lehman Forward Xvherry ,, , . Forward Cassidy , Guard Fox . ,, ,,,, Guard Xlfilkinsun , Center Ssmpsell ,, , Center Cunwell Guard Bnreliers Center if experi- have the Si'1i'11l5-Harm' , A.-' si a '., ,LI 1 g I: J 5555:-.... Glumpileh by iiluhg Enhsleg Ehitnr-ill-Uhicf Glharlvs lmilliman Eiusinzss emlanagrr km. - Y -1.-- NW- ..--..l-4. sf.: fir. l -dst ,g , ,. IXI il. llvl . , MW- no mugs' illareaitg Basketball Bollom Row: Shock, Cole, Ricketts. Lehmm, Siitkney. Xe-cond Row' DQXVHI, Gouty. Mowrey, Kouts, Gucowels. Third Row Klundworlh. Miller, Fulgrr. Fox, Key-ur. Clxflon. Grrcncwald. Ewbank, The Van Wert Cougars played .1 good brand of basketball throughout the season, winning ten games and losing seven. Practically the entire squad had seen service in former years, so with this experience as a background it set out and played a co-operative game. The opening game was easily Van Wert's when Union went home with the short end of a 33 to 15 score. But everyone will remember the game at St. Mary's. Van Wert and the Memorial High boys were tied during the whole game. Neither team could get an advantage. The time drew short while Van Wert was just one point behind. Kouts tossed a neat one from the foul circle. It hit the rim and rolled around-aroundf- around-and-out! The game was over and we had lost by one lone point. But what a game! And there was our tournament, too. The first game we won, much to our sur- prise. However, as in the last three years. the second game proved to be our "Waterloo." Next year the team will miss Tom DeWitt, Harold Gouty, and Carl Fox, who are graduating this year. But there will still be Kouts, Stickney, Mowrey, Cole, Lehman, and Shock, letter men from this season, who are going to take that Cougar howl to every cor- ner of the league. Severity-fuzzr ,f -1...- I Xl -il ll-I I n. dawg-- so "IH" Glluh . i Bottom Roux: Ferguson, Schmidt. Cole, Gilliland. Dunne. Harwell. Hammond. Haines. Fox. Kouis. Setond Row' Gvtowcrs. Gamble, Kaombs Thin! Row: DvXVitt. Cassidy, Roggenkemprr. Srittsuiirth, Smith. Bates l,clim:in. Slitlxncy At the beginning of the second semester the fellows in high school who were wearers of the varsity "V" formed the Hrst Van Wert High School "V" Club. To raise the standards of the high school athletes scholastically, morally, and physic- ally is perhaps the most important function of the club's program. The "V" Club took an active part also in the school's relations with its adversaries by promoting understand- ing and good will among the visiting athletes. Tom DeW'itt was chosen to head the club in its many activities. Tom Alberts as Vice-President, Weikert Hartzell as Secretary, and Albert Stickney as Treasurer, assisted Tommy in guiding the club throughout the semester. Other members were added to the club throughout the semester. Other members were added to the club roll from time to time as they became qualified by earning the varsity letter. ss At the end of the basketball season the "V ers sponsored a mixer for the entire stu- dent body. Besides giving the school a social event this mixer brought the club's treasury department into being and aided in giving a banquet in honor of the basketball players of both squads. Next year the club is going to do things in a big way for Van Wert High School. V 1 'I Write, 30 S tuli hir' I W fi if if 4 2, ik, is 2' 'a its fi F5 ... 'x ,. 5 . 599 ET' gg P3 lil ffff lm- if L . ,lf K- z '41 VA .1 '1 ll J L-7: 'I ,K lt' it B? 5 .. ' ' Av fl 1. LJ Tl' 9? . Fr rx' V-I HQ aakwee-A Wvev ees' be rr can c .rx i ii ,H EXCALIBIJID Baseball 'BU Coach Ewbank has only three letter men back to start the season with this year. However, he has some who played but did not have enough innings required to get a letter. The lettermen are Kouts, Stickney, and Stittsworth. The following is the batting order: FIRST TEAM SUBSTITUTES Clifton ..,, .. .-...-... ,...... - .... - .... -... Center Field Louth ,,.,.r .,......,, .,,..,,..,..,,.,.r, A v,,.,,,,,,., , . ..Pitcher Smith ...... - ,..........,,...... 1 ..,...,...., Third Base Comer ..,..., ........ . . .- ...........,., ,.,..,.-Catcher Kouts .....,.............,... - ..,... -- ,... -...- ...... Second Base Sampsell . .............. .-.H - ......r...,,.,.. First Base Stickney ,,.,,,.,.. -...-.,. ,,.,.-,- ....... - ,.,, ...Right Field Miller ....., ..... - ....... ...,......,, - .,..,.., . . .Second Base Cordier ,. .. c ,..... ,,,. F. ...,.,....,.,... S hortstop Greenewald ...,.., .....- ,.... - .... -....Shortstop Felger ..-nu ,.,.,. .- ....,.,,. . ,,,,., - ,,..,. L .,,,, -.-First Base Shock .,,,. ...,..... ....,,,, . . . ,.,...,.,,. c...m....Third Base Hammond .,..... L ,,,.. W..- ,,,, Y ,,,,,,,, Catcher Roggenkemper -.. N- .,..,,,, .L ,,... - ,...,.Left Field Elder ...,......... M-.. .,,,,, Left Field Miller ....,.............. ... ,,..,,,. Center Field Stittsworth - .... -, ....,. --.L ,,,,,,,, Pitcher Radiker -...- .... - ..,...... - .,,... ...-Right Field Fox ...- .... -... ...... Right Field The following is the schedule played by the Cougars: Tuesday, April 15-Ohio City Qtherel. Friday, April 18--Paulding fherej. Friday, April 25-Paulding ftherej. Friday, May 2-Delphos ftherel. Tuesday, May 6-Ohio City fherej. Friday, May 16-Delphos Cherel. With the material of this year and the experience of the players. Coach Fwbanks should have a real team. All they need is a little backing along the sidelines and they're re.1rin' to go. Eraek '3U Track Coach Klendworth had some material with which to work from last year. but the majority of the fellows were out for their First time. The letter men of last year either graduated or are ineligible for this year's meets. The following is the schedule by the track team: Wapakoneta ,,,,,.... .,,.., ,,,,..,... , . U-. ,,,,,,.. ...April 18 Lima ............... -. .,.. ........ .... L ....... . . . ..April 26 Celina .............. -..,- .,....... ....... M ay 1 League Meet .................................... , ......,...., May I0 Those who qualify in the League Meet will go to the district and if they are successful there, they go to the State Meet. This is Van Wert's second year with a track team, although they hardly got started last year. With this year's material and the experience of the track men, Van XVert should have a bigger and better team in 1931. Cole will probably throw the javelin, Stickney the discus, Milheim will pole vault and run the hurdles. Owens, D. Stickney, Scott, and many others will comprise the team. Gym 'BU The gym classes had a regular routine to follow this year, and it has benefited both boys and girls physically and mentally. The learning of new games and tactics created much enthusiasm among the rival teafns. At the first of the year the interclass indoor babeball teams played for the championships of their re- spective classes. When they were compelled to stay indoors on account of weather they had many indoor sports, such as basketball, volley ball, speed ball, working on the ropes, bars, trapeze, mat work, and many other interesting sports that created enthusiasm. Gym is required but there is not a doubt but that the majority of the students would take it were it an elective subject. 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A I 1 . :wig f ls. -.1 4. i 7-W il' if ei V fi W ii gi My 4' i 3 Q 4 ' M if gf 'ui rl I i, , 'j' 'JC x . g. Q ' i, , -, 4 A gy s - N r .fa ' , PQ. i' V ' i l r' M ' , 3 i will A 4 1 15115 ,. 1 . P f' ,. , 5. 9 IJ i' ' , '. 4 -F .i'Q1E,, , - -4 3 FA, Xl' . - 5' .FT-5 f 4.13 Vg, me-. , 1 , . ily- 3 H .L 1,1 lop llmt' Evans. Gleason, Trippv, Jones .-Xglcr, All-n, .Xngwinm l'1,1lvv.1t. llnrlwxxr, Barnes. Bonnuwilz. Psorchcrs .Milind Rf,-it Brilunn, lgissidv. K hnmlwrs, Clniiilnrs, Klarli. 1 lark, Kult-, l-inner. Linnwcll. Cioslin, foslin, llcrwnrt Ihird Ron' lirnving. Early, lfdmismn Iqiglixh, laucvir. licigcrl. Fox, Fmvliclt, German, Goutv, Gunsctt, Qiunwtl Ifiurfh Roni Haldv, Harris, lrl.irx'u', Heist, llollfm-wk, llumphrrvs, Julcr. Jolinsion, liampf, Kesler. liouls, l chman I-:nh Rott' l,inscr. Nlallorv. Marker, nlnxnrs, lxlaliht-wx, Nlnuhu, Nlcrtrr, Moore, Morgan. Morrison. Mc' nnahav. Mcllnnnld Sulh Row Owrn, Prnncll, Pflum, llwrson, Prcslvv, Rmvninntl. Richaitls, Snlugabur, Sampscll Niwrvilh Rim' Sinn, Smith, Stuclxuv, Tarllon, TAN, 'l'li.1ltlit'r, limlil, XVAllers. XVillxinson. XVills. XVr1ght, Wlrlghl. "Y-Hi"-When a girl hears that word she thinks of many things: "Friendship," "Service,', "Knowledge," and "Loyalty"-.ill of which are experienced in the life of ii true Y-Hi member. Our slogan is "To face life squarelyf our purpose, "To find and give the best." Our symbol is a triangle within a circle. The points of the triangle typifying body, mind, and spirit as touched by the circle which represents the world. The Misses Sarah Staffeld, Ethel Armstrong, and Ortha Smith and Mesdames Dan Pennell and C. Marshall Muir have acted as our advisers for this successful ninth year, together with the honorary advisers, Messrs. U. E. Diener and E. L. Moyer. BILLIE MATT1-ws, '3l. Sflfllfy-l'IlQl1f Swninr Qi-13 luh Top Rom Jack Ferguson, Paul Fleming. 4 arl Fox, Vlarcncc Crunuwald XVcikert llartzcll, Dan Hclman Surond Rott David Roggcnkcmprr Kenneth Smith Lurrus St-Jllur, Larl Tomlinson, Robert Trnppv, Kharlcs XVnlliman. Third Rou. Richard Allen Vvril licchtol, Sli lQwb1nlx, XYlltred lonlev, Kenneth foomhs Fourrh Ron Rav Snider Ralph lick, Richard Gemwctz, .John Jones Charles Kcvwr, Mr lfimm-'rman Fiflh Rott' NVilliam Klein. Robert Kuhn, liarl Linscr, .lack Merris, Donald Muller, Harold Ringur, XX'ilmn Saam, Liens Schmidt, Albert Stirkncv, Freeman Nittnunrtli Our purpose was: "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community, high standards of Christian character." Our four plant platform is: "Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholarship, and Clean Living." Our meetings were divided into three types. Religious resulted in many very inter- esting discussions led by Rev. Martz Snyder. The social consisted of many enjoyable ban- quets followed by fine speeches. The business meetings were very successfully led by Mr. Zimmerman, Y. M. C. A. advisor, and Mr. Ewbank, faculty advisor. The forming of open membership to our club was one of the very successful projects carried out early in 1930. Also we have asked to bring the 1930 Hi-Y conference to Van W'ert. CARL TOMLINSON, '30. Srl Flffj -mm' junior Qi-15 Qlluh 5 F -l i I i A l l i il :V '- i , 1, fm: 4 ,H 3-,1,.:4-1 - 3 .,,, - ' ' ., i I ' .Y 7 KK L ig: l g 15 ' .S r - ii , , V. ' in , , ' . A s . Q 4, lop Hou' Nolan llcll. XVrlliam liuwilcn. Lrlcnn I'wrmi'n. llnvl Pvrown, lilovd 4 artcr, Robert Qasxulv. Don Llllvlun, Don K ole 1 .Sr-toni! Rott' Olan lordicr, Raynionri Ihnrost. Llmcr Draving, ,lanit-s linglish. John Ifvans. George Porter Fclgvr. Harold Fleming. Dali' Cireenvwald Third Rott' Lrravilon Ciriblcr. lnwrll Haurry, Jack llughrs, Charles lirviwlicr. Mr Gallapoo, Robert Lehman, Raymond Klihm, Uttar Ulu-n, chester Ricketts lfnurlh Ruu' Paul Roggenlwmprr, Maurice Stott. Rev Muir. Glenn XV-rm--r. Mr Crrrrnewald, Cicnc XVilliams Harry XVilliams. The purpose and aim of the junior Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend higher standards of Christianity throughout the school and community. The three sides of our fi triangle represent Spirit, Mind, and Body. Our platform consists of the four C's: Clean ' Living, Clean Speech, Clean Scholarship, and Clean Athletics. l Our meetings during 1929 and 1930 were of three main types, namely: social, business, and religious led by Messrs. Gallapoo, Greenewald, and C. M. Muir. The pur- pose of these meetings was "to transact such business as shall come before us, to fortify our purpose through conference and Bible study, to strengthen the ties of friendship that bind us together, and to make ourselves of greater service to our fellows." ' s LOXVELL PIATTERY, '3Z. 'l Eigbly il N xt- 1-2. :LN ..,...:5i'E::,'-3. H , ,QL-f'xKg5iBiiL'X5E3friBE:u.u.':iti'i:i 'V' , tzfrngggj-Nga,-. ,, alfggd- t ' IX! ll iixrnlihur Staff 11 f sf aw 1-var? wat. : Yi. ' Y TW' Run. Rubn' lindwlcn 1 tlza lfvazf My 'rut Nr. ',v, itz Mr ff,i1'if 'X1' Mtutact litrcari 'rzarlca Xlaflmman Stcimi Ra.. Either Bagan Fxgmx fiurkttr Jael. Ftrg ra 'ftrg I-ml-r. Martel. X14 nraguv 'Iif-:rd Rau' :Km-alla Tart Mndrtti Xlwxtfx' lun lltlrvan '.lar:?11 lrlamrhtuw. Eliiahttlz 4i1viv"1 Fnurlh Rud Martha Ravmfind ltlinn liaise Mihirtd Matthai Mai: Shi-tl. Fittta Srtrl-fr Under the line leadership uf our faculty adxiier. Mr. Gallap -w-v. sw have tried to put into nur wnrk all the best that We had and this is the "wen: Editiir-inLhiuf. Ruby lindiley: Assistant kdllrirs. Celia Fvans and Marjorie Steward: Art, jack Fergus-+n: Faculty. Marcel: M--ntagucz Purmnalw. Martha Humphreys: Athletics. Glenn Bates and Martha Raymond: Dramatics, Vera Kesler: Music. Max Shucl-tg Alumni, Iilwabcth Glea- son: Photographs. Dan Holman: Snap-Shots, Agnes Gunicttg Juliet, Mildred Muwrcy: Calendar, Anulia Tate: Typists, Esther Bcrgan and Betty Stetler: Alunmr Representative. Mildred Matthys: Buainess Manager, Charles Wvillimang Assistant Business Manager. Maumee Bernard: and Faculty Adxiscr. Ralph Gallapufi. CILIA EVANS, '30. Igzqfvf-,-m1,' J A be -Xi XIII. .l . Borlom Rott' R. Trippy. F. Shock. J Evans. D Mallory, D. Summcrstu. P German, G Conley, G. XVilliams. J. XV.1llers, E. Rvlchard. Mr XVolfc. Seroml Row. J. Painter, C. Myers. M Grublcr. J Borchcrs, R. Gruncwnld. H XVhcrry. R. Matthews. M. Myers. M. Gardner. M. Monroe. Third llow. l,. Urton. K. Shingledvclwr. F. Nlauhcxxs, XV, Girod. G. XVhcrry. li. Smith. F. Lockard, M. Striclt, R. Marker. G Norris. J. Mercer. Fourth Row E. Dudley. G. Kanny. R. Sticltncy. R XVillimnn, M. XViIlimAn, I5 Rhodvnbnugh, M. Shock, J, Mer- ris, C. XVilliman. Z5tmh Although the history of the Band is short, it deserves much credit. Last spring a re- quest for all those interested in playing in a band was issued by the principal with the re- sult that many enthusiastic students responded to the call. Mr. Leonard Wolfe, of Celina, was engaged as Bandmaster and work immediately began. Out of the many students that wished to enroll in the band, five were already able to play an instrument suitable for band work. All the others started from the bottom, up the long and often weary ladder of practice and work. Lessons were continued through the summer months and new recruits were added as the weeks went by. On the day of the first football game .1 thirty-live piece band greeted the teams and fans. After this Hrst public appearance of the band many students at once applied for a seat in the organization. New students were added as the months rolled along until in the spring we had Hfty pieces playing in regular concert. To Mr. Leonard Wolfe goes much of the credit for his ceaseless effort and untiring patience. He has proved himself to be an all-round musician and accomplished bandmas- ter whom all the band students were proud to own as their superior. Efgbfy-1u'0 --v XM' as wr, Q In rw r s initn IM: r ummerwlr . ii sn . -I ,oi ' . , iii- tw, vis. t . if . . o c, ri i' ot. . c en t emldinc Norris, in 1. '. nm' r t lm 1' t ' ...ir t . L . 1 c ' ic c 'i mms, .ends hlilhs XVIIIJILI Perrin Gbrrhesstra The Orchcstrii this xear was midt up of .1 grcater I lrietx of instruments than it has ever been before. In this instrumentation .ire included violin, pinno trombone, baritone, clarinet, Cornet, flute, .ind bells. This .idded much to the richness of the orchestra The orchcstra xx is undci tht slsillcd diicctinq of Xlr XX olfc who xx is it the hcad of the instrumental music dep.irtment. It is through his efforts th.1t the org.1niz.1tion made such J Fine showing Following are the various concerts played this year High School Plu Iunior Cllss Plu bcnior Cliss Plas X XY C A Dinner Nlethodist l'1m1lx Niglit Dinner High School Optrcttl The orchestra 1Iso accomplnied the choruses ind soloists in the operettl Ghost of Lollypop Bay besides furnishing the music between acts This bodv as all the others in the music dcpartmcnt dcserx es much credit for thc fine brand of work that it has put out this year tl ! I I '- f ' 1- I- S I ' - i - ' C? --Mc " "'?33sf2M1V ' . ' Fan , N - -JMS-ff 1,4 . 'T V ., -M-il ' 'Q 2 Iffi.. ' . .wg gf fe A - . -- ' S Y Y V xx . . l,ufI to 'gf"! IIA -ld Ildrvn, lit ri XI-ixrr lM-n 44114 Iluk CV:-'Q-iutrf II-'rI'wrI INiiu-,Isl Yrrn IM lv , IhJ n II S . ful I mlm n, llir Id L :ix I'iu' RI I li ili liiri s 'Nlr XV II l uis Kn II HI Fix, G C Ili hi X II I n II mb lx Ixn X' It r lrwn is X1 ith us L Ii XX II I ll 'lrh. -- .f.. I . . . . W . - s I .- , 1- . -is 1 1 1 1 7 Y, - M . . . Y . T. . - - Q - 1 1. is , . ' , , . 1 i K - s s 5 s I - - s ' lfrqliti-Ifm'i' 9316 X 3 Q11 f 5, I 45' .' ' uv. 77' 'V jx, 6033 1 i A 7 f' Hw- The QEfraIihur 19313 llinlume NH Buhlishzh hg thv Svninr Qllass nf 1930 Hun mrrt igigh Srhnnl lilun mart, Qbhin ti! .ll 'T5,T:f7fu-45. 1 .. - Iitifliirn Rott' Rutklns, Lit-rman, Sluckev, lmugal, Pwritisan. Qioulv. Miller, Linser. Angevinr. lit-lamp. Trippy. XVills. llarllwg. Mohler. hlcllunald, Kreitltr, llulhmolv. iolr, Xlhllvlnsun. Risun. May Src-irui H-fit' Km'-glu, Pond, iharnlurx. :Xl-inlgomerv. Uunllwr. Spavil, liurgen. Mathews. Furman. l,.xhrman. Smith. Muller. Tliniiwpsmi, MeNuv, losiin, Rviduiihatlz. Liunscu, lionntwiti, Tau, Morrison Ibm! It--it' Trippv. Schmidt. Sliinglu-It-ckvr. Jaci-bs. Mchlilltn, Matthews. Priddv. Cirarv. llelman. Shock. Saain. lluggcnkcnipvr. llndlrx, livaxliv, Kuhn, Jvrwnw, lclgcr. Radll-,-Jr, Roggvnlunvper Iifurll' IC-ru' Xlcl ullum, Circvnrwald, llraving. l'reslcr, Painter. Fleming, llnllsberv. Montgiinicrv. Lvans. Fndsl-JV, llanlvison illliixeh Glhnruz SECTION ONE This year. instead of having the usual boys' and girls' glee clubs, one large mixed chorus of over one hundred voices was sponsored. This proved to be a pleasing change from the old method of carrying on, since it added to the interest of both the boys and the girls. This chorus was divided into two classes, thus enabling more pupils to take part The usual year's curriculum was carried out with many pleasing sidelines for variety Short programs were put on before some of the prominent clubs of the city. programs in churches. banquets, etc. These programs were enjoyed by those who had the pleasure of listening to them and were very much commended for the high type of work. To climax the year's work a very pleasing and ditferent type of program was put on before the weekly High School Assembly. This proved to be very interesting for the high school pupils, not only for the time consumed, but for the educational value, showing them that old Van XVert High still had a real music department in its curriculum. Mr. Jones gets much of the credit for this successful year of activity, as he has for all the other years that he has been connected with our school To Mr. James H. Jones we wish to express our thanks and admiration for the cease less effort that he has put forth to make Van XVert High School a better place for our academic pursuits. Not only has he aided the high school but the community at large, making it a better place in which to live. He has shown us the better side of life and the relation that good music really bears toward good living. We wish him many more years of success and happiness and hope that our lives will make life lighter for him as his has for us. Good luck, jim I gfli rn . . , .auf-L.- vw:,1: Fail-d?.B' 1 . t . -c t flu' 1 V -ffl' Tw T IXQKISII till x bn r i i 1 ix X irrx ixli W rm P s irl :nh ix r i i ir ..Jl11 mxxeh Gllgnrus SFCIIIOXT TWO The innull High bchool Listtddtod this stir consisted of both xoctl ind instru mental numbers. Van XVert High School succeeded in showing its competitors, St. Marys and Celina, what it could do. Our contestants proved themselves to be very worthy musicians. In short, we succeeded in capturing the first prize a complete library of musi cal books: Harmony, History, Orchestra, Band, and many others. First place was taken in all three chorus events as well as many individual events, and second place in band and orchestra events. Van XVert's entries in the contest were as follows: Male Quartet- ack Merris, Max Shock, Tommy Alberts, and Bob Trippyg Mixed uartet-Bob Trippy, Louise Perrv, Celia Evans, Max Shock, Tenor Solo-Bob Trippyg Alto Solo-Celia Evansg So prano Solo-Louise Perryg Baritone Solo-Max Shock, Soprano and Alto Duet-Louise Perry and Celia Evans: Sousaphone Solo-Tommy Albertsg Clarinet Solo-Paul Rhodesg Cornet Solo-W'illard Perring Piano Solo-Anolia Tateg Bartitone Solo-Carl Alexanderg Saxophone uartet-Don Cole, Francis Mathews, Gerald Miller, and Herbert Knodle Brass uartet-Francis Mathews, Max Shock, Gene XVilliams, and Willard Perrin. O chestra and band were under the direction of Leonard W olfe, and chorus under the diret tion ot ames H. ones The Ghost of Lolls pop Bu an optitttz bx Chirlts Wakthtld Cadman, was pre sented by the High School Mixed Choruses as the annual High School Operetta. The story was of the mischievous pranks of students toward the principals of their two schools both eccentric, middle-aged persons-well portrayed by Celia Evans and Max Shock. Th mysterious plot was centered about Louise Perry, Margaret Trippy Edna Wills, Vada Mohler, Robert Trippy , Floyd Geary, Glenn Bates, and Morris Saam. The soloists and the five supporting choruses of mixed voices were directed by Mr. jones and the speaking parts by Miss Fancher Ilgfify fiii .IW G 'Tl N 1 ' l , :I I i . -- if f, 3- , 2 733' A5 ?'l rO ,Lr 55 -f-E 1 L' V Z : L 5 E 1 i ' -4 ,, ' 2 " - f l ,O 75, 25 22' Q l 3 I ..F i Z l ' 1 :. ,- 5 l f' - f i ' 5' .' 3 f' l y "' if If 5' l r I3 '- : if I1 ' 3 N . :i Li, A i 4 l fe r , , 7 S 7 2' 2 I 2" . 'T I 2 . 3 4 53 . - , - , o F r 5 l . Z' i - , 3 4 : l : I Q 1 if A I 2 f .4 1' i V V V 1' f 3 ' 2 L Z ' 4 J 5 E: E 7' ..- ., 7 5 C, l N - , : L .1 , 3 5 r t P Z: 7' p , 0 , , F A 7 ii. ,- . 5 L - 4 ' ? i I f -4 . - Q 2- c 1 ff 1 S i . 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At this meeting a committee was appointed by the president pro tem to frame a suitable constitution. The constitution was presented and adopted and the following officers were elected: President-NVeil-tert Hartzell. Vice-President-Ruby Iindsley. Secretary-Mildred Matthys. Treasurer-jack Ferguson. It was thus that a club was formed which has proved very interesting and fascinating to mathematically inclined students. Since the Held of mathematics is so far-reaching and there are so many subjects in close relationship to it that should be studied, only a few of the high points can be touched upon by our club. Some of the subjects, strictly mathematical, which have already been taken up are the slide rule, mathematical recreations, and the three problems of antiquity-the duplication of the cube, trisecting an angle, and pi. On the Thursday before Christmas the grls of the club entertained with a mathematical lunch after which each member received a Christmas gift. A slide rule contest was held Thursday, March 20th. NVeikert Hartzell proved to have acquired the most knowledge of the slide rule during our study. Miss Huggins, who was made an honorary member, gave a talk on "Advanced Mathematics and College Requirements for Math." She afterwards secured for us Mr. Shipps, of Ohio Wesleyan University, who talked on "New Demands for Mathematics in Many Scientihc Fields." Mr. Moyer, our adviser, who planned many delightful meetings for us, presented several IUOSI interesting facts on a subject closely related to mathematics-that of astronomy. From these speeches We learned how closely related our chosen subject is to many other Helds of study and how very important and essential it is. We began to understand how great the Held is for studying and broadening our minds. TREVA STUCK, '3 1. Eiglilly-six T i i I Xl'Kl llll ll r U' v at 'ff-YI' Tow Row Wi-ikert Hartzell, lielia Iivans, Norma llraving. Miss brace llall, Mareele Montague. Marcella Douglas. Reinhold Hofman Serond Ron' Mary Spayd, Pfvadne Norris, Marjorie Steward, Ruby lin-lxley, Ruth Mrlionald. Annabel Dannixon. Helen Feigert Third Row .lack Ferguson. Mildred Matthys, Margaret Sinn, Delores llllum, Mary K Myers. Ruth Ciostin. Charles Xvilliman. a attuned Quixtar Society A chapter of the National Honor Society was organized in Van Wert High School in April-with this as its purpose: "To create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimuate a desire to render service, to promote worthy leadership, and to encourage the development of character among the pupils." Eligibility for membership was founded on four fundamental virtues, namely: character, leadership, scholarship, and service in school life. Character was determined by the willingness of the person to meet his obligations to the school promptly and completely, and his showing class and school sprit toward both teachers and fellow-students. Leadership was based on initiative in the classroom and extra-curricular activities, in holding of offices and committee chairmanship, and in exerting a type of leadership for the other students of the school. The most important requirement was Scholarship. The student was judged on his record made in the past years and on his seemingly initiative spirit in regard to his studies. The society is based mainly on this characteristic and is meant to stimulate the rest of the non-scholastic group of high school students not in the upper 2596 of their class. The fourth characteristic was Service, being the willingness on the part of the student to do any service assigned to him for the school or outside, to show courtesy to strangers and underclassmen, to be zi represen- tative in interclass competition, and a willingness to uphold scholarship and a loyal school attitude. The following students met all those requirements as judged by the faculty: Seniors-Annabel Dan- nison, Marcella Douglas, Norma Draving, Ruby Endsley, Celia Evans, Helen Feigert, jack Ferguson, Weikert Hartzell, Reinhold Hoffman, Marcele Montague, Ruth McDonald, livadne Norris, Mary Spayd, Marjorie Steward, Charles W'illiman: juniors-Ruth Costin, Mildred Matthys, Mary K. Myers, Delores Pflum, Mar- garet Sinn. Although the remainder of the school year was very short, a public induction was held for the charter members by an out-of-town organi7ed society. This was a step toward higher standards for the school. Crua EVANS, '30. fflglitry-ti'1i'n 1 52 s fl fl 1. il ya If I ii I 5 1 fl . 'ii 5:4 il - fXl'Al.!Iifll so L r v 1 31 li ii Q: SlENll40R 't I I 'i I Upper Leif. Stoller, Ferguson, Jerome. Helman. Fcchter, Humphreys, Morrison. Bases, Mrkfonahay. ' Upper Righl Bates. Miller, XVyandl, Saarn. Smith. Roggunkeniper, Williman, Tomlinson V- Ct-nlr-r 1.4-ll Humphreys, llelman Q 1 enlur Rig!-11 llrlnian, Humphreys, " 1,ou'er fl-ruler Top Row Miller, XVy.indt, XVilIin1an, Saam, Morrison, Slollcr. Smith, Tomlinson, Bottom Row- K, Ferguson, Jvronie, Fuchter, Helman. Humphreys. Bates, Mcffonahav. Roggunkernper Q 9112 Stamps tn Glnnquer , "She Stoops To Conquer," one of the greatest comedies ever written, was cleverly presented by the members of the Senior Class, April 25 and 26. The play opens with a scene in the Hardcastle home. Mr. Hardeastle fjack Fechterj loves everything 1 that is old: old friends, old times, old manners, old books, and old wine. Wfhile Mrs. Hardeastle fLaura Mc- Conahayj objects to being put in the category of old things which her husband loves. , Mrs. Hardeastle's son, Tony QGlenn Batesj, who has been spoiled from his youth, plays many tricks on his mother with his mischievous cunning. 4 - Sir Charles Marlow CCurtis Stollerl and Mr. Hardcastle have arranged for young Marlow fDan Hel- , manj to marry Miss Hardcastle 1Martha Humphreysj. iz Young Marlow, accompanied by George Hastings fjack Fergusony, who is in love with Miss Neville . CGwendolyn jeromej, arrives at the Hardcasrle home under the impression he is at an inn. Stingo, the l landlord of "The Three jolly Pigcionsn CCarl Tomlinsonj, aids Tony in this deception. i Young Marlow, who is very reserved and bashful in the presence of Miss Hardcastle, takes many liber- I ties when in the company of the supposed maid servant, who is really Miss Hardcastle in disguise. l , The part of Dolly was taken by Mary Ellen Morrison. The servants Clienneth Smith, Gerald Miller, Morris Saam, David Roggenkemper, Charles XVillim.m and Paul XVyandtJ aid in producing the comedy. ' The play was under the direction of Miss Cleora Faneher. 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The author, John Daniels, portrayed the spirit of Scottish life so vividly de- scribed by Burns. In a quaint old Scotch setting of the eighteenth century, John Ander- son, the cotter, his family, and some of his friends are shown spending a Saturday evening with songs, stories, and laughter. Beautiful old Scotch melodies, familiar to us all, made this one of the finest musical entertainments in the Course. "Sun-Up," a vivid drama of Carolina mountain life, was a character study built around the reactions of mountain folk to the forces let loose by the World War. Marie Pavey, the star of the cast, played the part of the "Widow Cagle." She portrayed the Southern mountaineer character very vividly. Other characters were Rufe, Widow Cagle's only song Pop Todd, Emmy, his daughter, Jim Weeks, the sheriff, the preacher and the stranger. Rare comedy was portrayed in the play, but as a whole it was intensively dramatic. Robert Jackson's Plantation Singers offered a musical production decidedly out of the ordinary. The Plantation Singers opened their program with a plantation scene. The lat- ter half of the program was devoted to negro spirituals, southern songs, and plantation melodies. Mr. jackson is an authority on negro folk lore and negro music. His Plantation Singers are genuine artists, who enjoy every phase of their work, having a variety of pro- gram material. "Roll, Jordan, Roll" and "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot" were included in their limitless repertoire, together with scores of other tuneful melodies. Lew Sarett, the woodsman poet, is one of the unique literary figures of America. His program was one of the very finest ever presented in Van Wert. It was scholarly, artistic, and intensely interesting. His likable and pleasing personality contained no sham or artificiality. His lecture, "Slow Smoke," was interspersed with readings from his own poems. Lew Sarrett is one of the most popular professors at Northwestern University. "Many, Many Moons," "The Box of God," and "Slow Smoke" marked by such power and beauty, have by the general agreement of literary critics established his supremacy in this field. The concluding and one of the outstanding numbers on the course was "The Liszt Ensemble." Building on Liszt selections the company presented compositions representa- tive of the great masters of many lands. The young ladies constituted an outstanding orchestral ensemble. Each member of the company was a solo artist of truly notable ability. Novelty musical arrangements were introduced to provide variety and entertain- ment. An unusual feature was the girls' string quartet. The program had a delightful appeal to all music lovers. Ninety ,V Jaff- I' 5'7- 'f?' fag: ll Heaturez EXCALIIE irertnrg nf the illllightg NAME NICKNAME HOBBY HANGOUT Francis Abbott ..., "Goldie" ..,... Kidding. . . . . . .Rural district. . . . . . Helen Ackom. .. Carl Alexander.. Bernadine Baker. . . "Shorty" 'Romeo' 'Bunny" .....Movies . ..., Whistling. . .. . . .... Writing notes. . . Glenn Bates .... "Bates". . . . Dreaming . . . . Harvey Beasley. .. "Babc". . ..,. Ladies . . . . . . . Esther Bergen .... . "S" .... . . . Crossword Puzzlcs Maurice Bernard. .. "Buck" ,,.,... Sleeping . . . . . .. Bessie Black ..,... Julia Blake ..... Gertrude Bower. . . Forrest Brewer .... Isabel Brown. . . . . "Betty". "Judy". "Trudy" 'Bertie". "Billie". Mildred Chambers ..,.. :'Mickey' .....Talking....... ......Teasing ......Stargazing . .. . . . .Cradle robbing . . .....Having fun .....Arguing ...Union.. ...... . . . Where'er I may roam 'Ome..... .. . . . School foccasionallyj . . . . . ....Wewonder?..... . . . Peanuts Inn . .. Home lwhosej .. Roaming . ... TownPump. .. ...Celine??? .. ... Fourth Ward .. ...Onthefarm .. . Punkin Center . Iva Chilcote ...... 'PeZSYii . ..... Chasing birds .,.. ... Ohio City. . . . . . . Margaret Clark .... "Peg" . . .... Receiving letters. . . . . . Campus Grounds . . Geraldine Clifton.. 'Jcrry".. .... Chattcring ...... . . . With ? ? ? .. . . .. Jeanette Conn .... "Connie" .... Catching "Shrimps". . . . . Implement Store . . Flora Connolly .... "Flip". . ...Charming snakes . ... ? ? ? ? ?. . .. Margaret Counsellor Annabel Dannison. . ' Peg "Annie" Mildred Derwort ...... "Mid". . Donald Devine .... Tom DeWitt. . . . . Gertrude Dilts .,.. "Bud" 'Tommy 'Gertie" . ..., Thinking . . . . ..... .Contradicting ... . . . . . Riding in Fords . . .. .Smoking pipes.. ... "Martie". .. .....Traveling. . .. ...Home .... .. ...V.W.l-I.S... The Place??? .. . . . Davenports. . . ...EastMain . . Near Decatur . . Marcella Douglas ...... "Duggie" .... .Giggling ..... . . .lones's. . . . . . Norma Draving. .. "Norma" ..... To be a wife . . . . . Alleys . . Ruby Endsley, . . . Celia Evans ..... "Ruby". "Cele". . . ..., To be better . ....Warbling. .. Roberta Evans. .. "Bert" . ..,. Ralph .. . . . . Jack Fechter ..,. "Jaclt". . ..,, Playing Romeo . . Helen Feigert. . . 'Helen". . ..,. Bairing hooks. . . . Jack Ferguson... 'iJack".. ..,. Bragging . .. Paul Fleming... "Paul". . . . . .Contradicting Osbo Carl Fox ...., Gaylord Fox .,,. Marcile Gamble.. . Lee Gamble ..... Floyd Geary .... Gene Gilliland .... Elizabeth Gleason. . Harold Gouty ..... Helen Graham ....... "Carl" . "Rosie" "Johnnie" "Speed" "Shrimp" "Josie" 'Betty". "Hank". 'Peggie" Clarence Greenewald, . . "Clancy" Agnes Gunsett. . . . Harold Haines ........ 'Gunnie" "Terrible" Wt-ikert Hartzell ...... "Wike". Marguerite Hartzog Georgia Heist ...,. Daniel lrlelman. . . . Mpeg.. 'George' "Dan" . Donald Hipsley ..."Don" . Reinhold Hofman . Barbara Holbrook . Buck". "Babs". .. Secretlll.. ...Notsosure ,. FloristShop..... .. ? ? ? ? ?.. ...Celina........ H1 ....Blushing ...Making bets .....Playin' . . .. . . . . . Being inquisitive. . . . . . .Dodging work. .. ......Being late . . . . .Playing with Brel? .....Flying .. ..... Reading scandal . .....Buggin'....... ....Celina?": ....Tobeasheik .....Mildred . . Making scrap books ..... Hiking .....l-landing our lines .....Escorting . ..... Driving .. ....Bob SoMany!!...... -iiiiOhioCity ... .. Hcrtel's Mule Barn . Raymond's. ..,. . ... Not quite sure... .. Church.. Between ?? .. Principal's Office .. . . . Fords fwhose?J. . , . Streets ........ . . . Theaters. . . . . Y .. .W.C.A.... Highways .. Cars .... .,.... . Maple Avenue . . . ......VanWert.. We ask you now Y ? ...Where next ? F? .. X-l .......... . . Near Women . . . . Fords or otherwise. COLLEGE Astronomy White House University. Angel College. Nut University. College to handle women. Barnyard College. School of Bliss. Home Management. Hard Knocks. Benjamin College. Celina Prep. Cosmetics Instruction. College of Turtle Doves. Grass Widow University. College of Ohio City. Wooster. Broken Step Institute. Paulding University. School of Five and Ten. Ridge Prep. Any Tech. ' Perkesville University. Upholstering University. African Mission. Poultry College Ohio State. Rattle Snake College. Bigger 'n Better U. School of Vamps. Butters University. Homemakers College. Wren Prep. Cartoonist College. Children's Colloge. Honolulu. N. Y. School of Betting. Clown Tech. Mt. Olive College. Ladies First. Clark's Institute. Puzzled College. Out of Luck College. School of Matrimony Old People's Home. Celina Tech. Sheik University. School of New Fads. Better Traveling U. Payne Tech. Haviland Prep. Convoy Normal. Mendon College. McGinnis Prep. is Peg Klein: 'You drive awfully fast, don't you? Lloyd Smith: 'Yep, I hit seventy yesterday." Peg Klein: "Did any of them die?" -74.- Mr. Bowland Qin American History Classj: "What inventions were made during the Rennais- sance?" Mary Ellen M.: "Fords" Mr. Bow: "What made you say that?" Mary Ellen M.: 'Why it says here that Marco Polo stayed in the Castle with the Khan'." -X- Some of those who turned over a new leaf the first of the year, seem to have used the loose leaf system. -X- The minister was horrified one Sunday to see the small Costin boy in the gallery, pelting the congregation with pebbles. As the minister looked up "Dicky" cried: "You just tend to your preach- in', ol' man, I'1l keep 'em awake." Tourist: 'I clearly had the right of way when this young man, who calls himself Don Devine, ran into me, and you have the nerve to say I was to blame?" Cop: 'You certainly were." Tourist: "Why so?" Cop: "Because his father is mayor of this vil- lage, his brother is chief of police, and I go with his sister." ,XT Mr. Fox treading six weeks' rcportl: 'Con- duct bad: English, badg Latin, History, Geometry, bad-bad! What is the meaning of this?" Gaylord: "I can't understand it, dad. 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