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ANNUAL

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SUNBURY

HIGH SCHOOL

SUNBURY, OHIO

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1915
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NOW IS THE

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"Star Brand Shoes"

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Seventeen years ago Star Brand Shoes were

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from the very beginning and no line of shoes

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--Womens dainty spring Gaiter Boots, button and lace, dull and patent

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Many Styles In Low Shoes

Showing the new Prim Pumps with small tongues and tiny ornaments.

The new Colonial and Savalere lasts, the new Cuban Louis Heel, pat-

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fords in the new shapes and leathers. Mens Work Shoes-Shoes you

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grey rubber bottoms.

Emma Lou for Ladies and Girls.

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Ask to see them.


Blakeley & Williams

Sunbury, - - - Ohio
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Established 1872

The Farmer's Bank

Sunbury, Ohio.

Individual Liabilities Banking Hours {9 to 12 a.m.

$250.000 { t to 4 p.m.

We receive deposits, loan money from thirty days to six months, buy and

sell, exchange U.S. and other bonds, Gold, Silver, Coupons, Notes, Etc. Do a

general banking and collection business. Also pay interest on time deposits.


Directors Officers

John Landon C.W Barton John Landon, President

G.J. Burrer J.J. Stark J.J. Stark, Vice President

Owen A. Kimball, Cashier.

C.O. Armstrong, Asst.Cashier

STELZERS CASH

MARKET

We handle a complete line of Fancy and Staple

GROCERIES.

Home Dressed Meats

All kinds of Smoked Meats, Fruits and Vegetables.

In fact everything good to eat.

Our Profit Sharing Plan

Is worth considering. Give us a trial and we will try

to please you. Phone 66.

J. F. STELZER'S CASH GROCERY AND MEAT

MARKET, Sunbury Ohio.


R.P. ANDERSON

DRUGGIST

SUNBURY, - - OHIO.

Headquarters for

Drugs, Drug Sundries, Copyrighted Books,

School Books and Supplies, Confectionery

Paints, Toilet and Fancy Goods.

Our line of Stationery is most complete.

Agency for

Eastman Kodaks and Supplies

Up-to-Date Soda Fountain.
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S. H. S. ANNUAL

ISSUE NO. 1. SUNBURY, O., MAY, 1915


STAFF


Editor-in-Chief--------------------------------LLEWELLYN DAVIS

Literary Editor--------------------------------RAY ELEY

Athletic Editor---------------------------------MACKLIN MURPHY

Advertising Editor-----------------------------CLARENCE UTLEY

Accounting Editor------------------------------KATHLEEN WIGTON


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CONTENTS


Staff------------------------------------------Page 3

History of School------------------------------Page 4

Class History----------------------------------Page 5

Class Will ------------------------------------Page 6

Class Prophecy---------------------------------Page 8

Class Poem-------------------------------------Page 11

Sophomore Notes--------------------------------Page 12

Freshman Notes---------------------------------Page 13

Athletics---------------------------------Pages 18 19

Junior Notes-----------------------------------Page 19
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History Of School

The Sunbury High School, which is now the largest high school in

Delaware County except one, had its beginning in the town hall in the year

1877. As the grade school was held in the building which is now the resi-

dence of Mr. Charles Utley, it was very inconvenient for one instructor to

supervise both schools properly, so it was decided to erect a new building

a part of which is now occupied. In 1902 the high schools of the state

were classified into three grades and the Sunbury school became a second

grade high school. In 1905 it was raised to a first grade school and has

remained that to the present day. In 1913 the building was remodeled

and a new high school room was added. At the present rate of growth

of the school a new high school building will be needed in a very short time.

A great many graduates from the Sunbury High School have are are oc-

cupying positions of honor and trust. Some have entered the service of

the government, while others have become professional men. Many have

gone back to the farm and made good.

The hopes and plans of the school board at present are to make the

Sunbury High School a greater educational institution and a higher factor

for good in the community.

The need for some form of industrial education is keenly felt. This

need will probably be supplied the coming year by the introduction of man-

ual training for the boys and domestic science for the girls.

The people who live in the territory surrounding Sunbury appreciate

the advantages to be derived from such a school as this city maintains.

A great many of the pupils at the present time are from the country.

"Where the child is, there also is the parent." This accounts for the warm

feeling which the country people have for Sunbury High School.

The future of the Sunbury High School is assured. The county board

of education in the past few months has greatly increased the school dis-

trict. This will bring to the people of the village and surrounding country

more of the advantages of a first-class high school. May the old high

school continue to serve and be a blessing to the people of this community.

LEO McCOY, '17
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S.H.S CLASS HISTORY


In the beginning we were created Freshmen in the year 1911. Our

minds were without enlightenment and void and darkness was upon the

face of each. And the spirit of the S.H.S moved upon the class and

there was light. And we saw the light that it was good and distinguished

it from darkness. And this was our first year.

And Prof. Hughes took unto him all those of the General History and

Latin classes, and when the failures of zero descended upon the heads of

the unlearned and unwise, he biteth his nether lip in vexation and divided

them, sending the sharks to walk thru green pastures, where a good recita-

tion in Algebra restoreth their spirits, while the flunkers must travel the

cheerless road to the cold and dreary regions of the dunce's throne.

And the spirit said, "Let them have exams and be promoted to a

higher class and let them be divided from the Freshmen." And we made

our passes and those who now saw light were divided from those who

were still in darkness, and it was so. And we were called Sophomores.

And the time was now the second year.

And the spirit said: "Let them assume the dignity befitting Sopho-

mores and let them reign supreme over the members of the Freshman

class." And it was so. And the spirit gave us grace to wade thru the

deep waters of the dead languages and mathematics, and we saw that it

was good.

And Prof. Kaylor spoke and the voice which they heard from the

throne of learning spake unto them again, and said, "Come and bring thy

little which is open before thee, up near thy master and translate from

the travels of Julius Caesar."

And the spirit said "Let them bring evidence of their knowledge in

Rhetoric, one theme per week, and let them search field and zoo in the

interest of science; also let them organize a basket ball team in the interest

of athletics." And it was so. And the time was now the third year and

we became Juniors. And the spirit breathed upon us and we knew the

lights in the firmament of the Heavens and the structure of the rocks upon

the face of the earth.

And Prof. Utley created great rules, which prevailed over the stu-

dents of the S.H.S., and his "why and wherefore" struck terror into the

heart of each member of the Geometry class and the expression upon the

face of each following the recitation in Agriculture was sufficient to call

forth a balance ration

And lo, the spirit said, "Thy sins shall ve visited upon thee, even unto

the fourth and last year, for thy last year's grade card keeps a record of

thy conditions in Botany, Algebra, Geometry, etc." And the time was

now the last year and we were called Seniors.

And Prof. St. Clair gave unto us a reed like unto a water stick and

stood, saying, "Rise and measure the laboratory and give the sum and sub-

stance of the rules in the metric system." And it was so.

And the spirit said "Let them be as lights shining thru the haughti-

ness of the Juniors, the naughtiness of the Sophomores even to the dark-

ness of the Freshmen. And let their barks, driven by their own favorite

breezes, though gliding thru widely separated courses somewhere and

some-when, all cast anchor in a common harbor, where the waters wash

the strands of gold.

GLADYS FORWOOD. S.H.S., '15 Historian.
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THE WILL OF THE CLASS OF '15

We, the Class of 1915, of the village of Sunbury, county of Delaware,

and state of Ohio, being of sound mind and memory, do make, publish and

declare this to be our last will and testament, to-wit:

First--All our debts and graduation expenses shall be first duly paid.

Second--We give, devise and bequeath to the Board of Education long

years of happiness free from the cares of the Class of '15, and the pleasure

of knowing one more class has completed the course prepared for them.

To the teachers of the past we leave our regrets that they should have

left the pleasures and cares of S.H.S

To Mr. St. Clair, who never liked to give a zero, we bequeath any

amount of gratitude and our sincere thanks and our deepest interest for

his success in any work he may attempt.

To Miss Huston we leave the good will of every member of the class

for her interest in our good times, as well as in our work.

To Miss Wilson we leave our respect for the order she always kept.

To Mr. Utley, our present district superintendent, and past teacher, we

give the credit for any knowledge we may now have of the mysteries of

mathematics.

To the Junior Class we give our seats in the recitation room, to be

cherished by them during the remainder of their high school life, then to

be left for the coming generations.

Individual members bequeath the following: Frank Hoover bequeaths

his mathematical knowledge to the industrious Junior Hobart Gray.

Evalyn Kathleen Wigton leaves her ability to write the beautiful,

charming verses of poetry to the class poets of the future.

Ruth Mary Utley bequeaths her ability to look far into the future to

Everett Perfect.

Fred Lamont Kempton leaves all his cares and troubles which he has

borne so manfully, hoping that no one may find them.

Riley Roof requests that his brother Harold have all his popularities

and orational ability.

Gladys Forwood bequeaths her great historical knowledge to the his-

torian of the Junior Class.

Bryan Longshore leaves his musical talent, and love for the fair sex,

to Clyde Barker, a shy and bashful Freshman.

Florence Perfect leaves with regret her many good times spent in the

laboratory to Hazel Comstalk.

Roy Philander Edmister bequeaths his knack of looking wise to

Ray Eley.

Nellie Strosnider leaves a medal she obtained for going through the

Sunbury school without having a fellow.

Jennie Dwinnell bequeaths her precise manner to Eleanor Venette

Granger.

Lloyd LeVan Pace, his many delightful little strolls after school to

his brother Clarence, a Freshman-to-be.

Wilma Osburn gives and bequeaths her good disposition to Hazel Holt.

Ruby McFarland leaves a good clear record to be an example to others.

Nellie Duckworth leave nothing, preferring to take everything with

her.

Harold Tippett leaves to Roland Sedgwick his duties of protecting the

Freshman girls from the admiring glances of other students.

As executor we appoint D.M. Cupp of this our last will and testament,

hereby revoking all former wills by us made.

In witness whereof we have herunto set our hand and seal this 25th

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day of May, A. D. one thousand nine hundred and fifteen.


Signed:

LLEWELLYN DAVIS,

GLENDON COMSTOCK,

MACKLIN MURPHY,

HAROLD TIPPETT, '15


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TEACHERS' ROLL


First Row (left to right)- A.D. St. Clair, Milton Utley, Roland Neilson.

Second Row (left to right)- Marguerite Wilson, Nellie Yeamans, Edna

McVey, Maidie Wilson, Eleanore Huston.
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CLASS PROPHECY


By prophecy we mean merely to foretell the future, or by divine power

to reveal the inspirations of the gods.

One stormy night the Senior Class had assembled at the home of one

of the members, after a short business meeting the subject of what each

had in mind for his or her future was discussed.

Each had some honorable profession chosen.

The president of the class suggested that one from among the sixteen

should be appointed to make a journey to some prophet or witch to find

out what the future of this class really is going to be.

I was the one chosen and went to visit the famous witch of Endor,

who told King Saul of his defeat and death many years ago.

Her home was a little distance from a city in a very beautiful cave in

the land of Palestine. She sat upon a tripod beside a great opening in

the earth from which one could see a bright flame and clouds of smoke

constantly moving.

She saw gods ascending out of the earth in these clouds of smoke

who seemed to tell her the future of all who asked of her.

First she bade me to believe in her. Then she related to me the won-

derful and prosperous future of the class of 1915 of S.H.S

And as prophetess of this class I now hold the papers which contain

the words of the obscure future and hidden honors of my beloved class-

mates. And I will now reveal them to you as they were thus shown to

me by this witch.

First, I asked her what Frank Hoover's future is to be. She looked

into the flame and said:

"Frank, one of the most brilliant students of the class, will be a pro-

fessor in mathematics at the Ohio State University.

"Bryan Longshore will become a very prosperous and successful

farmer because of his desire to study agriculture.

"Nellie Strosnider, who is admired for her quiet and sweet disposi-

tion, will be sent to China as a missionary.

"Roy Edmister, because of his successful life, will make a very good

United States Senator, and who knows but what he may become Presi-

dent."

When I mentioned Kathleen Wigton's name, a bright flame shot forth

and the witch said that, after having her musical talent improved, she will

become one of the world's greatest musicians.

And would you believe it? Harold Tippett, who joined us in his last

year because of his shrewdness and sagacity, will fit himself for a sturdy

and gruff lawyer.

Florence Perfect will lead a useful life. She will make a home happy

for a very nice young man.

Wilma Osburn will teach school in Cleveland and impart to others

some of the precious gems of thought that she acquired at S.H.S.

Gladys Forwood will become private secretary to the Governor of

Ohio, and will like her position very much.

Lloyd Pace will be remembered for his gentle and affectionate ways.

He will gain many friends and will become one of Ohio's greatest bankers.

Then upon another flame which was very glorious, behold! the witch

told me of Ruby McFarland, to whom honor and fame will always be due,

with her sweet disposition and good judgment will be an excellent trained

nurse.

Then still the witch said that Jennie Dwinnell, who has a very inde-

pendent way and is very energetic and has an unfailing good humor, will
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become matron of the children's home in Springfield.

Riley Roof, one of the popular members of our class, after some years

of training and experience, will be a prominent politician, and not many

years ahead he will be running for Governor of Ohio.

Nellie Duckworth has many friends in school, and the witch said she

will be a leading social leader in New York.

Then she told me that Lamont Kempton will make a very good detec-

tive for he has always been sly and cunning while in school.

After the witch had made known to me the future of all those of which

I mentioned, she asked if there were any others whose destiny I would like

to know. I trembled, for there was one name that I had not mentioned

and that was my own. The witch, speaking in a solemn tone and with

uplifted finger, said: "The destiny of each member of this class rests in

his own hands. If you cling to your present intention, you will make

yourself and others happy by being the mistress of a good home.

So for all the Senior Class we find:

That life is worth living, as is, oftentimes said,

If we bury the past, and let it be dead;

If you have gone in the wrong way, as men often do,

Turn out of that path and begin life anew.

RUTH M. UTLEY, '15


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JUNIOR ROLL

First Row (left to right)--Harold Roof, Marguerite Granger, Hazel

Comstock, Hazel Holt, Mary Whisner, Eleanor Granger, Ray Eley.

Second Row--Joseph Linnabary, Macklin Murphy, Richard Paul, Hobart

Gray, Glendon Comstock, Ross Beaver, Llewellyn Davis.
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SENIOR ROLL


First Row (left to right)--Florence Perfect, Nellie Duckworth, Kath-

leen Wigton, Ruth Utley, Gladys Forwood, Nellie Strosnider, Wilma

Osborn, Jennie Dwinnell, Ruby McFarland

Second Row--Lamont Kempton, Riley Roof, Bryan Longshore, Frank

Hoover, Roy Edmister, Lloyd Pace, Harold Tippett.
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CLASS POEM


Our high school course is o'er at last:

four years of study and fun;

Although it was a real hard task,

We wish it had just begun.


By eight instructors we've been taught-

Each one strict and very wise;

They said when for knowledge we sought,

"He will win who really tries."


Well, we have tried and we have won;

Other classes did the same;

And younger classes-just keep on,

You are on the road to fame.


Our studies-which were hard indeed-

Without doubt were well planned;

For we'll need them to succeed

In this great progressing land.


As Freshmen we were young and green:

Never yet by knowledge kissed;

But still we sailed along serene,

For ign'rance to us was bliss.


Fond mem'ries we'll have bye and bye,

Of our second year in school;

If we had fun in Sunbury High,

It was as a Sophomore fool.


As Juniors gay we had no rest;

In all sports we took our parts;

We studied much to pass the test,

But found time for winning hearts.


In our last year we each resolved

To cease our foolish play;

Although heartaches this involved,

We have our reward today.


"Into life's school, out of school life"

Today we ambitiously pass;

May we so act in the world's strife

To bring much honor to this class.


We the proud Seniors of '15,

Bid farewell to S.H.S.;

to the comrades who there were seen.

And our teachers of the best.

KATHLEEN WIGTON, '15
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SOPHOMORE ROLL

First Row (left to right)--Armand Patrick, Bird Townley, Everett Per-

fect, Roland Sedgwick.

Second Row--Pauline Glaze, Gaye Edwards, Lucile Cook, Nancy Walters,

Elizabeth Gorsuch, Opal Hupp, Nellie Brooks, Mary Bolton.

Third Row--Donald Main, Clyde Barton, Leo McCoy, Lehr Perfect, Cloise

Gray, Clyde Bricker, Harold Meeker.



SOPHOMORE RHYME

Lehr had a little horse

(From Anderson's, you know)

And everywhere that Lehr went

The horse was sure to go.

It followed him to school one day;

That was against the rule;

It made the children laugh and say,

"You bring a horse to school,"

And then Miss Wilson found him out;

She lectured long and clear;

But him, he could not do without--

To Lehr he was a dear.

"What makes Miss Wilson hate ponies so?"

The eager children cry.

"Oh they're unfair; they cheat, you know,"

Miss Wilson did reply.

SUSANNA SPEARMAN, '17
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FRESHMAN ROLL

First Row (left to right)--Justin Lane, Harry Ford, Ansel Wilcox, Clyde

Barker, Homer Fisher, Merwin Fisher.

Second Row--Cepter Stark, Cecil Ford, Chester Cring, Theodore Saunders,

Wendell Williams, Vernie Cline.

Third Row--Grace Fisher, Mamie Spangler, Ethel Furry, Catherine Wal-

ters, Irene Wormell, Lilian Gray, Mary Williams, Ruth Domigan, Leta

Speer.

Fourth Row-- Ruth Fisher, Gertrude Weiser, Florence Sherbourne, Verma

Perfect, Grace Domigan, Perle Wintermute, Eulalia Ross, Mildred

Boyd, Mable Gammil.


FRESHMAN NOTES

The Freshmen have stored up a great amount of knowledge this year,

but I shall not show this by writing down the few words of Latin we hap-

pen to know or by giving you the definition for a simultaneous equation

that Miss Wilson has taught but, but by a little correction in our speech

which the Freshmen must have learned this year.

Cepter Stark, in beginning Latin:

"Forte dux in aro."

"Forty ducks in a row."

Of all the classes in S.H.S

The Freshman Class is more famous than all the rest.

When we learn to become famous, "don't you know,"

And go into St. Clair's Botany Class all aglow.

IRENE WORMELL, '18
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BASKET BALL ROLL

First Row (left to right)-- Clarence Utley, Riley Roof, Ray Eley, Harold

Tippett.

Second Row--Harold Roof, Richard Paul, Hobart Gray, Macklin Murphy.

Third Row--A.D. St. Clair.
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BASEBALL ROLL

First Row (left to right)--Lamont Kempton, Wendell Williams, Justin

Lane

Second Row--Harold Tippett, Riley Roof, Hobart Gray, Ross Beaver, Ray

Eley, Harold Roof.

Third Row--Clarence Utley, Macklin Murphy, Richard Paul, Leo McCoy,

Llewellyn Davis.
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ATHLETICS

Athletics, the greatest of all outdoor sports, certainly has an enthusi-

astic supporter in the S.H.S., which stands for clean athletics and a

square deal to all contestants. Much is due to Mr. St. Clair for the inter-

est he has taken, especially as coach of the basket ball team.

Basket ball is our favorite game, and the 1914 team certainly deserved

our support, for it was one of the best high school teams in the county,

winning every game played with other high school teams.

The first game was with Marengo and was an easy victory for our

boys.

S.H.s M.H.S

R. Eley--------------R. F-------------------F. Salts

R. Roof--------------L. F-----------------W. Randolph

R. Paul---------------C-----------------N. Richmond

H. Gray--------------R. G-------------------L. White

H. Tippett-----------L. G-------------C. Cantlebarry


The second game was played at Marengo. The story of the game is

the same as the first, the second being 18-13 in our favor.

The last game of the season, which was played at Ashley, was the

hardest fought of any game that we played, but by hard and steady playing

we succeeded in beating them, even though in the last half they were in-

clined to rough it.

Sunbury at Ashley:

S.H.S Ashley

R. Eley--------------R. F.-----------------------Cole

C. Utley------------L. F.-------------------------Lea

R. Paul-------------C-------------------------Powell

R. Roof-------------L. G----------------------Whipple

H. Gray--M. Murphy---R. G----------------------Pittman

Score--S.H.S 17, Ashley 13.

Season's score--S.H.S. 88, Opoponents 34.


The Team

"Ray Eley," star athlete of the S.H.S and the best player on the

team, is one of the fastest forwards that ever played for S.H.S as

will be attested to by those who have tried to guard him.

"Stogie" Utley, who also played forward made an excellent mate for

Eley, he being about the same size and almost as fast.

"Dick" Paul, who played center, could not have played this position

better if he had been made to order.

"Pete" Roof, the manager of the team, used good judgment in select-

ing the team and used his weight to a good advantage when guarding.

"Hob" Gray made an excellent guard, for he was always in the game

playing his best.

Basket ball has in the past received mored attention at S.H.S than

baseball. The prospects this year are for a cracking good nine. There

is a wealth of good material on hand and a lively competition for places

on the team is promised.
Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 21)

Title

Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 21)

Description

[page 21]

[corresponds to unnumbered page 19 of ANNUAL OF THE SUNBURY HIGH SCHOOL]


S.H.S FIELD DAY RECORDS FOR 1915.


100-yard dash--11 seconds.

Running broad jump--19 feet 6 inches--Ray Eley.

Running hop, skip and jump--38 feet.--Ray Eley.

Standing broad jump--10 feet 5 inches.--Hobart Gray.

12 pound shot-put--34 feet 2 inches.--Hobart Gray.

Discus throw--82 feet.--Macklin Murphy.

Baseball throw--275 feet.--Justin Lane

440-yard run--1 minute 4 seconds--Lamont Kempton.


S.H.S Song


Well, here we are--well, here we are!

Just watch us rolling up the score.

We'll leave old Ashley so far behind

That they'll never want to see us any more.

We'll win the jumps--we'll win the race--

We're here to do or die;

So lift your lusty voices now

And sing for Sunbury High.


Osky wow wow, skinny wee wee

Alle ka zee ka zow, alle ka zow ka zee

Just a song for our High School,

Dear old H.S.---Sunbury High.



JUNIOR NOTES


When the Junior Class returned to school at the beginning of the fall

term they found the class considerably smaller compared to the Freshman

and Sophomore years, but the decrease in number did not lessen their

ability to compete with the other classes in the classroom, in literary work

and in athletics.

Macklin Murphy, our classmate, is an able assistant to Principal St.

Clair in teaching that smart Geometry class.

It's just a yell of the Juniors,

Who are we! Who are we!

We're the Juniors of S.H.S., you see.

We're the smartest class, you bet.

That ever met in S.H.S


ROSS BEAVER '16
Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 22)

Title

Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 22)

Description

[page 22]

[corresponds to unnumbered page 20 of ANNUAL OF THE SUNBURY HIGH SCHOOL]


GELSTON'S

CELEBRATED BREAD

FRESH DAILY

OOU MOTTO

QUANTITY - QUALITY


ROOT RESTAURANT

Short Orders our Specialty.

SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNERS.

Ice Cream Sodas and Candies.

Call on


C.A. Root, Prop.

Citz. 79 Sunbury, Ohio.



C.J. BURRER & SONS

SUNBURY, OHIO

Manufacturers of

High Grade Flour and All Mill Products.

Dealers in AND Jobbers of

All kinds of Feeds.

Agents for

BLACKFORD'S CALF MEAL.
Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 23)

Title

Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 23)

Description

[page 23]

[corresponds to unnumbered page 21 of ANNUAL OF THE SUNBURY HIGH SCHOOL]


---FOR----

Purity and Quality

THE FAMOUS

SUNBURY CREAMERY

BUTTER

Made in Ohio--Sold Everywhere

Not "How Cheap"-But 'How Good'


We the members of the Sunbury

High School wish to thank all mer-

chants who helped make the Annual

a success. We can assure them that

their money is well spent and that

all favors will be returned.

Members of S.H.S.
Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 24)

Title

Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915 (p. 24)

Description

[page 24]

[corresponds to unnumbered page 22 of ANNUAL OF THE SUNBURY HIGH SCHOOL]


Not only Have The Pupils

[line drawing]

Of this community learned

the various subjects well

but they have also learned

where to buy Nobby

Wearing Apparel

At Prices not dreamed of by

their fathers before them,

such as:

Clothcraft All Wool Clothes

For Men

Drew and Goodman Shoes

For Ladies

Perfection Clothes

For Boys

Lion Shirts and Arrow Collars

Pure Silk Ties for Men

Endwell Shoes for Men


EVERYTHING

THATS GOOD TO EAT OR WEAR

Clothing

For work or Play [line drawing: CLOTHCRA All Wool Clothes]

Bring the children in we will

fit them out and save you

considerable money.



THE SUNBURY RACKET STORE


WHERE THEY SELL IT FOR LESS.


THE SUNBURY NEWS

Dublin Core

Title

Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915

Subject

Delaware County--Ohio--Big Walnut Local Schools--1915
Public Schools--Sunbury High School--Ohio--Delaware County
Yearbooks--Delaware County--Ohio-- Schools--1915
Yearbooks--Sunbury High School--1915

Description

Annual of the Sunbury High School from 1915. Includes class photographs, athletic team photographs and ads from local businesses.

Creator

Editor-in-Chief Llewellyn Davis; Literary Editor Ray Eley; Athletic Editor Macklin Murphy; Advertising Editor Clarence Utley; Accounting Editor Kathleen Wigton

Publisher

The Sunbury News

Date

1915

Rights

http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/

Format

Yearbook

Language

English

Type

Still Image
Text

Identifier

30210312496549

Citation

Editor-in-Chief Llewellyn Davis; Literary Editor Ray Eley; Athletic Editor Macklin Murphy; Advertising Editor Clarence Utley; Accounting Editor Kathleen Wigton , “Annual of the Sunbury High School, Sunbury, Ohio. 1915,” Delaware County Memory, accessed June 25, 2024, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/148.

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