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Purchased in 1977 - from Raymond Bryant Antiques.

Frank Van Cruken

Hook Slaughery SHS '25]
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the

Delcoan

1925




Rutherford B. Hayes was born in

Delaware, Ohio on October 4, 1822
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COMPILED

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EDITED

R. R. BENSON

Pontiac Engraving Co.

Chicago


ARTIST

D BECK

YALE UNIV


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The cool haunts of the Olentangy

were his favorite playgrounds
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The annual year

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In his home, the unpretentious

brick dwelling on East William

St., he spent his boyhood days
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FOREWORD

Two-fold is the in-

tent of this volume-

to reflect student

life in Delaware

County schools today

and to depict the

life of a Delaware

student of a former

day who rose from

humble origin to be

twice Congressman,

thrice Governor,

Brigadier - General,

and President

of the United

States.


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His devoted sister influenced

his choice of literature.
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[drawing] SCHOOLS

In November of the year 1838

Rutherford B. Hayes entered Kenyon

College. Diligent, generous, retrospec-

tive, and vigorous, he applied himself

to his studies with his ideal placed

high. Four years later he entered

Harvard law School from which he

was graduated with distinction. This

same faithfulness to a purpose is re-

flected in the intent of the students

of Delaware County.
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Factors Determining Success


Although we may not agree as to the meaning of success there can be no disagree-

ment about its importance to the individual and the nation. Whether success means

supplying individual needs or rendering a public service its importance is recognized.

The question which is raised in all divisions of government from the largest to the

smallest subdivision of township and school district is, "What can be done to promote

the common welfare." Considered from the standpoint of the individual and the

group this investigation seeks to determine how all the people can be better served

through the ability of the individual to serve.


The question of individual and national success is centuries old and has resulted

in but one conclusion. America has only one answer to the question and that is

education, as embodied in the free public schools of the nation.


If success depends upon education, then, as has been well said, "education is the

most momentous as well as the most essential business of the human race." Education

like success has a variable meaning, but it has generally been understood to mean one

or more of three things. It may be understood to mean getting useful knowledge,

acquiring skill, or, shaping ideals; and should properly be considered to mean all of

these things. Education produces useful changes in the individual; a change in

knowledge, a change in skill, a change in ideals.


Our public school system represents one of the greatest factors in bringing about

these useful changes. The school represents the experience of all time as to the best

method of furnishing opportunities which will stimulate the effort of the individual

and bring about the desirable changes. The school makes the greatest contribution to

individual and national success, and is only little less important than food, clothing

and shelter.


On the billboards of the country we read, "They satisfy."--"The flavor lasts,"

and cheerfully make a national expenditure of five billions annually. Where shall we

emblazon, "Education the greatest factor in success," so that it will be less difficult

to make the property tax the only source of revenue for the support of the public

SEVENTEEN BILLIONS FOR LUXURIES AND ONE BILLION FOR EDU-

CATION does not indicate that we have rightly valued the factors contributing to our

success.


With the ever increasing demands of a complex civilization we can no longer hope

to make the property tax the only source of revenue for the support of the public

schools. Especially is this true from the standpoint of farming communities, which, to

a great extent have lost their former significance with respect to the nation's wealth.

Our success will depend not upon our ability to reduce expenditures for education, but

upon our ability to devise methods of taxation, which will draw revenue from the vast

and almost wholly untouched sources of wealth derived from private and business in-

comes. When these matters have been properly adjusted, a new day will dawn for the

public schools, and education, as never before, will contribute to the success of the in-

dividual and the nation.


Paul M. Lybarger
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PAUL M. LYBARGER

County Superintendent of Schools


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Ashley High School


[photo] MISS FLORENCE LEAS B.A. MR. WALTER YOUNG B.S. MISS GLADYS MUCHMORE

Principal Superintendent B.Sc. in Ed.

Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University

Mathematics and French Civics and Latin English and Book-
keeping]


The School Year


We are glad to say that this year there has been added another profi-

table era to the history of Ashley High. In reviewing the accomplishments

of the past year we should first note the Fall Festival.


It was one of the enjoyable events of the year. It was held in Novem-

ber in different sections of the School Building. A varied program was

given consisting of three shows in the Auditorium given by the grades

and a few high school students. A Ministrel Show, A Court of Justice,

Japanese Tea Room, Country Store and a Fish Pond. Popcorn and candy

were sold. The proceeds which were one hundred and fifty dollars were

used to secure bookcases and other needed articles for our school.


Our school has been well diversified by parties and banquets. Dur-

ing the pleasant autumn months weiner and marshmallow roasts were

held by the classes, but as winter approached entertainment changed ac-
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[photo] MR. WILLIAM OWEN B.A. MR. ROGER WARNER MISS BERYLE ALDRICH

Ohio Wesleyan University B.Sc. in Agriculture Ohio Wesleyan
University

Social and Natural Sciences Ohio State University Music

Smith Hughes Agriculture


Honor Students


cordingly. A party was given in honor of the winners of the ticket selling

contest for the Lyceum course. Then a banquet was enjoyed by the com-

munity followed by a Parent-and-Son banquet given by the agriculture

class. This spring a banquet was given in honor of the winning Society

in the Literary contest. We are now looking forward to two more impor-

tant events which are "The Junior-Senior" Banquet and "The Alumni

Banquet."


The Literary Societies, the Spartan and Athenaen have been very suc-

cessful this year in the accomplishment of their aim of bettering the

speaking as well as the writing of English in School. Many very enter-

taining programs, including one joint program have been given, consisting

mostly of plays, recitations, debates, songs and instrumental pieces,

through which much unexpected ability has been discovered. We hope the

societies will continue their work next year, for we feel that it is a great

asset to our school.
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Bellpoint


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Miss Morehouse Mrs. D. M. Harter

Science and Mathematics Music

Ohio Wesleyan B.A. '24 Ohio Wesleyan '22


Mrs. M. L. Harter

Supt.

Ohio Wesleyan B.A. '17


Mr. Guy Zimmer Miss Taggart

Physical Education Principal

Coach Ohio Wesleyan B.A. '23


BOARD OF EDUCATION

Mrs. Ida M. Fry, President; O.C. Hutchinson, Clerk; Van Piersol;

Clayton McCloud; Frank Patrick and Eldridge Rutherford.
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Bellpoint School


The Bellpoint School is continually striving to meet its ever increasing aims. Our

ideals are high ones and as we gradually realize them, new purposes arise to keep

us moving onward in this struggle for progress.


The school has many accomplishments in the various fields. Our triumphs in

athletics are to be envied. The interest in music is shown by our orchestra and ope-

rettas. Juniors and Seniors have become enthusiastic about dramatics, forming a

Dramatic Club under the direction of Miss Clarine Morehouse. The Lecture Course

and community gatherings have brought the people together and aroused a cooperative

community spirit. The interest of the community is manifested by the loyal backing

they give to all school activities. The successful operation of the school has been

brought about by the spirit of cooperation shown by all.
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Berlin

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MISS ALICE VAN BRIMMER, B.A. MISS DOROTHY FLANDERS, B.A.

Ohio Wesleyan University Ohio State University

Latin and French English and History

SUPT. M. V. THRUSH, Ph. B. in Educ.

University of Chicago


Our Year's Work


At the beginning of the school year the most recent course of Study from the State

High School Supervisor was put into operation. This called for three new classes, Biology,

Home Economics and Manual Training. The Board of Education voted liberal appro-

priations for these new lines of work. Much interest has been shown in the additions

to our course of study and it is hoped that through co-operation of the students and

the school patrons that this type of more practical education may be even more ade-

quately taken care of next year.


At the fall election the people of the district showed their interest in the welfare

of the children by voting for a continuation of the three mill levy for a period of five

years. The favorable vote on this measure enabled the Board of Education to purchase

some much-needed equipment. A reliable encyclopedia was placed in the high school;

about seventy-five volumes were added to the library; supplementary readers were

purchased for the grades; sanitary towels have been provided; and additional seats

were secured for the auditorium. These additions to the school equipment have made

our school much more able to render full service to the youth of the community.
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Center Village


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MILDRED FRESHWATER SUPT. W.J. HIMES PRINCIPAL G.M. PLUMB
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Brown High School

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Hubert W. Nutt, Ph.D., Univ. Chicago Lydia L. Lightring, B.A., D.O.

Supervisor of Student Observers Special Supervisor of Girls' Physical Training


George N. Thurston, A.M., O.W.U.

Supervising Teacher of Science


Winona C. Jones, B.A., O.W.U. Gladys M. Palmer, B.A., Ohio Univ.

Supervising Teacher of Home Economics Supervising Teacher of English


Our Friends


Early in the school year of 1924-25 the voters of the Brown Township School Dis-

trict renewed the three mill levy for a period of five years. The vote stood 316 for the

levy to 81 against. Confidence of this type encourages the Board of Education in its

efforts to provide the best education the Township can afford for its children. And

this, the welfare of the children, is the only standard by which any school policy can be

judged, whether it be financial or pedagogical. Dr. H. W. Nutt emphasized this in a

talk to the patrons of the district at one of the community meetings.


On Friday February 20th a conference on student teaching was held in Delaware.

The afternoon session of this conference adjourned to our school to study the type of

student teaching being done here. Among those attending were Professors of Edu-

cation from Ohio State, Columbia University, Dennison, Wooster, and Superintendents

and Principals from Columbus, Mt. Vernon, Troy, and Akron. One of these men, a

principal of a junior high school in Columbus, expressed the opinion that he had re-
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Brown High School


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David R. Smith. A.M., O.W.U. Judson C. Siddall, B.A., Otterbein

Supervising Teacher of Social Science Supervising Teacher of Mathematics


Emma G. Elliott Hayden Boyers, A.M., O.W.U.

Supervising Teacher of Music Supervising Teacher of French


William Blayney, B.A., O.W.U.

Supervising Teacher of Spanish


ceived more definite help from this meeting than from any teacher's meeting he could

remember. When the opportunity was given the organization to appoint the meeting

at some other place next year, they voted unanimously, on motion of Superintendent

Collicot of Columbus, that they would like to return for a meeting here in October, if

the invitation were extended to them. The inspiration that such visitation brings to

a school was clearly expressed in the hearty cooperation of the high school pupils in

doing well, and without affectation, whatever duties were assigned to them.


The Board of Education has just received a letter of congratulation from the State

Department of Education has just received a letter of congratulation from the State

membership by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools at the

recent Chicago meeting.


As we reflect on these things we remember that the ladder of success is full of

slivers for those who slide back. We can only reach the next rung by industry, courage,

and cooperation, qualities that have been exhibited by the pupils, the faculty, the

parents, and the Board of Education, in the past, these are our chief grounds for hope

in the future.
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Hyatts


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IRIS LOWRY ARTHUR S. POSTLE LEONARD UTLEY

Prin. Supt. Ohio University

Ohio Wesleyan A.B. '22 Ohio Wesleyan B.A. '20 Manual Training

English and History Science and Public Speaking


JEANETTE GOODING-HARTER LOUISE WHITTIER

Ohio Wesleyan Ohio Wesleyan A.B. '24

Music English, French and Domestic

Science


Nineteen hundred twenty-four and five marks a red letter year in the history

of Hyatts High School. Three new departments were added to the high school, namely,

manual training for boys, domestic science for girls and music for all. The School

Board, in making these additions, felt that they were supplying a genuine community

need. Their wisdom in making this move has already been borne out by the splendid

advancement of the high school students along these lines.


Mr. Utley, as manual training instructor, has worked wonders in his department.

Starting with no equipment whatever except a bare room he has, through the coopera-

tion and perseverance of his class of boys, equipped the room second to none of the

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For the girls a course in home-making has been instituted. Miss Whittier, in

charge of this department, has made of it one of the important parts of the school.

The first half of the year was devoted to sewing and along with the actual needle-

work went instruction in the selection of materials, patterns, and all those details so

dear to the hearts of women. By selling candy at basketball games the girls managed

to secure funds to equip their department with a sewing machine, pans, kettles and

other necessary articles. One day each week the girls prepare their own dinner. On

Friday of each week they serve a hot noon lunch at a nominal cost to all of the

pupils of the school.


Many are the commendations heaped upon the Board for their forethought in pro-

viding music for the school through the addition of Mrs. Jeanette Gooding-Harter to

the faculty this year. A large crowd witnessed the high school operetta, "El Bandido,"

a splendid production considering that this was the first year of any musicial training

for the cast of the play. Two grade operettas are to follow yet before the end of

the year.


__________________


SCHOOL BOARD


W.H. Kentner, Pres.

J.C. White, Clerk

A.P. Cruikshank, V.P.

Ray Baker

Sprague Jackson
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Galena

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OLIVER N. JOHNSON

Supt.

Ohio Wesleyan B.A. '21

Latin, Algebra, Literature, Business Arithmetic


MRS. OLIVER N. JOHN GEORGE S. HOUGH

Principal Ohio Wesleyan B.A. '24

Miss. State College for Women B.A. '20 French, Geometry, Physics, General

History, English, Civics and Problems Science and Coach of Athletics

of American Democracy


History of Galena School


Three generations have passed in and out of the same Galena school building.

Barefoot farmer boys have entered and have gone out fitted to take their places as

senators, financiers and artists.


Battered by the rushing passage of time the old building presents its unlovely,

loved visage to those who have grown old and gray in its shadow, those who are in

the full prime of life, to those who are just learning the ways of the world and to the

little children who daily come in response to the summoning clang of the old bell.


For three score years it has seen the town and its inhabitants change while it

changed only at the will of the elements. Staunch and strong it has stood and will

stand for the alloted one hundred year, then collapse as the "One Hoss Shay" collapsed.
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Orange


H.G. Southwick

Supt.

Ohio Wesleyan B.A.

Dramatic coach, English and Social Science


L.L. CANFIELD MISS LUCILE TIDRICK H.R. FISHER

Musical Director Ohio State B.A. Principal

Language Basketball Coach, Science and Mathematics


Orange School has been making modest but consistent strides toward the best

possible training both for present practical results and future pleasure and development.


The board has been cooperating and loyaly providing a new encyclopedia and

other library books for the pupils and teachers. They have also extended the laboratory

equipment so that we have a very good background for research in scientific lines.


We have had a four number lecture course consisting of the Duggin Trio, a Scotch

musical company of pleasing and human appeal. This was followed by Prof. J.H.

Dickason with an appeal for high ideals and clean living. The next number was

Miller the magician who entertained and kept guessing the children both old and young.

The final number was Abbot, an interpreter of merit who caused us to follow in jest

and earnest the little frailities of life as reflected by foreigner and Yankee in crowded

mart or secluded hamlet.


We have been pleased to have the community work with us and for us in giving

a farmers institute with farm instruction, an insight into the working of our state

legislature and with a talented program of fun and music.
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Ostrander

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A.O. LONG

Supt.

Wittenberg A.B. '18

Science and Social Sciences


VIOLA TRIMPLE C.E. HATCH

Ohio State A.B. '23 Prin.

Latin and English Ohio Wesleyan A.B. '23

Mathematics and Science


The Ostrander School has been recognized as a First Grade High School for more

than twelve years. During the past year many changes were made in the faculty.

but new members of that group have found a hearty cooperation from the community

in all their undertakings. Also there has existed the most friendly feeling among the

teachers themselves which has been appreciated very much by the new superintendant.

With this kind of spirit in both school and community there is no reason why the

Ostrander High School cannot go on to better and higher things in the years to come.

The school is badly in need of a good gymnasium and more and better equipment for

the teaching of Manual Arts and Home Economics. However with the present outlook

these do not appear so far away. In a community in which the school is so well backed

as in this such needs as we now have are only a matter of time and ability to acquire.
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Powell


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MRS. MARJORIE M. WILCOX MRS. GEORGE HOUGH

Ohio State '23 B.S. in Ag. Ohio Wesleyan '22 B.A.

Science and Home Economics Music


GRANT WHEELER

Supt.

Mathematics, Commercial subjects and

Latin


History of the Powell High School


By the laws of the state, on the 20th day of August, 1900, the Board of Education

in Liberty Township passed a resolution to establish a High School of the third grade

at Powell. This High School had a two years' course of study for seven months each.


On the 21st day of April, 1902, the school was moved to Hyattsville where it re-

mained until 1905 when it was returned to Powell and raised to a second grade high

School.


In February, 1911, the High School was made first grade and Mr. Edgar Law

was the first superintendent. In this same year the board purchased a new site and

erected a new building at a cost of $24,880, where now over 250 children enjoy the

advantages in acquiring an education.


This school has the distinction of being the first centralized school in Delaware

County, and also the first school in the state to transport the children to and from their

home in motor driven buses.


Mrs. Marjorie M. Wilcox
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Radnor Faculty


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PROF. JOHN T. MARSHMAN, M.A. SUPT. W.A. DICKERSON, B.A. H.W. NUTT, Ph. D.

Supervisor of Public Speaking Mathematics, Social Science Supervisor of Supervisors and

Student Teachers

ELLEN PUGH, B.A. PRIN. D.H. THOMAS, B.S. HELEN BAKER, B.A.

Latin, History, Mathematics Science, Manual Training English, Domestic Science, Music


LYDIA L. LIGHTING, B.A. W. HAYDEN BOYERS, B.A.

Supervisor of Physical Education Supervisor of French
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Radnor--A Demonstration School


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Radnor High School is very fortunate in being one of the demonstration schools

of Ohio Wesleyan University.


Under this plan several of the high school courses are taught by students of the

University who are majoring in education work, and have had special training and

preparation for high school teaching.


The student teachers are closely supervised both by the University and by the

regular instructors of the various courses in the high school. The purpose of all this

supervision is to improve methods of teaching so that the pupils will derive the greatest

possible benefits from their studies.


In addition to the benefits already mentioned, Radnor's cooperation with Ohio

Wesleyan has made possible the following: a course in French by which pupils may get

out their college entrance language requirement; a course in Public Speaking; a

course in Debate; physical education, as required by law, under teachers trained for

that particular work; well trained coaches for girls' and boys' track teams; a division

of the Junior and Senior English class, making for more efficient teaching; use of

University library books; free tuition for all Radnor teachers attending night classes at

the University; and furthermore it gives substantial financial aid to our school.
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Sunbury

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Sunbury High School

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Mr. Artz

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Miss Sinker

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Miss Huston

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Supt. McFarland
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[drawing] CLASSES


The wave of anti-slavery agi-

tation preceding the Civil War found

the young attorney, Rutherford B. Hayes,

defending the fugitive slaves in the

Cincinnati courts. The opportunity

of equal right for every boy and girl

was championed by this genius

whose character and thought

was fashioned in this community.
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Ashley Seniors


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RUTH GALE LEWIS MARTIN HACK NANCY HOLT

"Sophia" "Lewie" "Nan"


LESTER DETWILLER ERMA DAVIS LUCILLE DOWNING

"Les" "Jimmy" "Susie"


DOROTHY BUCK GEORGE BENEDICT ERMA CLINE

"Dix" "Benny" "Opie"
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Ashley Seniors


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WAYVE ROSECRANS HUBERT VANAUSDAL DOROTHY SHAW

"Doc" "Sorg, Grippe, Dave" "Dot"


ETHEL MEYERS BESSIE MYERS VETA REBO

"Jack" "Bess" "Dick"


RUTH KOHLER MABEL MILLER

"Bob" "Billy"
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Ashley Seniors


RUTH GALE WAYVE ROSECRANS

College Prep; Choral; Dramatics; Latin College Prep; Choral Class 4; Drama-

Classical Society; spartan Literary So- tice 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Classical Society

ciety. 2; President Athenian Literary Society

"Yea, despise me for I'm all the proud- 4; Orchestra 3, 4; Class Treasurer 1,

er for it." 2, 3, 4; Secretary of Class 4.

"A blithe heart blooms in its owners

heart.
LEWIS MARTIN HACK

Entered from Cardington 3; College DOROTHY SHAW

Prep; President of Class 3, 4; President Entered from Morgantown, West Vir-

of Agriculture Class 3; President of ginia 4; College Prep; Choral Class 4;

Athletic Association 4; Manager Boys' Dramatics 4; Orchestra 4; Spartan

Basket Ball Team 4; Foot Ball 3, 4; Literary Society.

Track 3, 4; Choral Class 3, 4; Drama- "As quiet and as good a girl as can be."

tics 3, 4; Athenian Literary Society;

Debate 3. HUBERT VANAUSDAL

"We often wonder what he thinks about." College Prep; Basket Ball 3, 4; Foot

Ball 3, 4; Base Ball 3, 4; Choral Class

NANCY HOLT 2, 3; Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Track; Spar-

College Prep; Choral Class 1, 2, 3, 4; tan, Literary Society.

Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Athenian Literary "Nothing bothers him."

Society; Latin Classical Society 2; De-

bate 3; Secretary of Class 1, 2, 3; Sec- GEORGE BENEDICT

retary of Athletic Association 4. Smith-Hughes Agriculture; President

"Studiousness dotted with wit--who of Agriculture Class 4; Choral Class 1,

could ask for more." 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Spartan

Literary Society; Foot Ball 2, 3, 4; Bas-

ket Ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 4.

RUTH KOHLER "Never do today what you can put off

College Prep; Choral Class 1, 2, 3, 4; until tomorrow."

Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket Ball 1, 2

3, 4; Track 2, 4; Athenian Literary DOROTHY BUCK

Society. College Prep; Choral Class 1, 2, 3, 4;

"A thing of beauty and joy forever." Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Classical So-

ciety 4; President of Spartan Literary

MABEL MILLER Society 4; Debate 3.

Entered from Magnetic Springs 4; Col- "You know I say just what I think,

lege Prep; Dramatics 4; Choral 4; Bas- nothing more or less."

ket Ball 4; Track 4; Athenian Literary

Society. ERMA CLINE

"Happy-go-lucky fair and free College Prep; Choral Class 1, 2, 3, 4;

Nothing there is that bothers me." Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Latin Classical So-

ciety 2; Secretary-Treasurer Spartan

BESSIE MYERS Literary Society 3; Vice President of

College Prep; Athenian Literary So- Class 3, 4.

ciety; Latin Classical Society. "Some little bug will get you some day."

"Thy quiet way befits thy peaceful

spirit." ERMA DAVIS

College Prep; Choral Class 1, 2, 3, 4;

Dramatics 1, 2, 3, 4; Spartan Literary

ETHEL MYERS Society; Basket Ball 4; Track 2, 4.

College Prep; Athenian Literary Soci- "Everybody smiled that met her, none

ety. were glad that said farewell."

"She doeth little kindnesses, which most

leave undone." LESTER DETWEILER

Entered from Ostrander 3; Smith-

VETO RIBO Hughes Agriculture; Track 3, 4; Choral

College Prep; Choral 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket Class 4; Dramatics 3, 4.

Ball Team 1, 2, 3, 4; Captain of Basket "Dates are fine but,--I like cherries."

Ball Team 4; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Drama,

tics 1, 2, 3, 4; Spartan Literary Society. LUCILE DOWNING

"If she will she will, you may depend Entered from Westerville 4; College

on't." Prep; Athenian Literary Society.

"A cute little maid with eyes so bright;

She does all things with all her might."
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Ashley


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Ashley Undergraduates


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Ashley Undergraduates


_________


Juniors


1ST ROW--R. Temple, F. Foust, T. Bartholomew, M. Hack, H. Shoemaker, J.

Powers, P. McCay.


2ND ROW--H. Pickett, P. Osborn. H. Osborn, H. Slack, M. Hurlow, H. Stanley.


3RD ROW--C. Martin, A. Barton, C. Haughn, P. Zent, J. McLead.


The present Junior Class entered high school in 1922 and naturally like all Fresh-

men they were green, very mischievous and disobedient altho they mastered their trials

and duties very well. They felt quite dignified to pass on to the Sophomore year. As

Sophomores they were very well represented in dramatics and athletics. They initiated

a large class of unruly Freshmen. The Junior year has been busy, gay and eventful.

We have proved to be excellent reporters and helped make the operetta, "Toreadors" a

success. Several members participated in the contest between the literary societies.

Other events of the year will be the Junior Class Play and the banquet in honor of the

seniors. We are full of hope for a happy and successful year when we shall be Seniors.


_________


Sophomores


1ST ROW--E. Gale, I. Osborn, M. Green, M. Downing, M. Evans, H. Wyant, T.

Hoffmire, L. Strait.


2ND ROW--A. Barton, L. Welch, E. Sperry, B. Babcock, L. Morris, H. Keifer, R.

Breece, and C. Claypool.


3RD ROW--W. Nicholson, C. Westbrook, H. Rathburn, M. Smith, M. smith, R.

Wood, E. Benedict.


In the fall of 1923 our class entered high School with an enrollment of thirty.

After many trials and disappointments most of us attained the Sophomore rank. The

class has been increased by the addition of pupils from Marengo.


We have shown our ability in many different ways. Our most interesting event

of this year was the initiation of the Freshmen. In Athletics the Sophomores were

well represented. Important roles in the operetta were also filled by members of our

class.


With so many talented and capable classmates we are looking forward to the time

when we will be upper classmen.


__________


Freshmen


1ST ROW--E. Ralston, H. McGonigle, P. Taylor, M. Kiner, J. Randloph, B. Bishop,

M. Jeffery, C. Wornstaff, M. Dennis, R. Buck, M. Holt, H. Martin, M. Hall, I. Hershey,

M. Williams, K. Barber, T. Burch.


2ND ROW--R. Haines, F. Hatton, R. Myers, R. Buck, M. Ligget, V. Whipple, M.

Strait, I. Richmond, A. Day, C. Dray, R. Thatcher, H. Cole.


3RD ROW--R. Liget, C. McClish, K. Zent, A. Myres, E. Vanausdal, C. Raines, L.

Temple, L. Snair, E. DeVol, G. Aldrich.


On the first day of September 1924, forty-six Freshmen entered Ashley High

School, and in a ffew days were known as the largest and worst class in school.


After we were over our first fright, we were entertained and initiated by the

Sophomores. Their talk was larger than their deeds. We came thorough unharmed!


In Athletics three of our members made the football team, eight the basket ball

squads. We were also represented in the operetta. "Toreadors," and best of all, one

of our members represented Ashley in the Oratorical contest at Delaware.
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Berlin Seniors

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LEODEMIA WEAVER HUGH VELEY MARY SCHANK

ROBERT OEHLER FRANCES JOHNS

LEONA B. FRESHWATER

CLOIS SMITH JOHN M. KENDALL
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Berlin Seniors


Name Usually Seen Ambition Probable destination

Robert Oehler Joking Farmer Hobo

Clois Smith Studying Lawyer President

Frances Johns Giggling More Dates Circus Lady

Leona Freshwater Primping Like Mary Pickford No one knows

Mary Schank Flirting Poetess Mrs. Somebody

Lodemia Weaver Talking College Graduate Old Maid

Hugh Veley Arguing "A Crook" Hired Man

Dorothy Colflesh Smiling Become Slender Doubtful

John Kendall Watching the Ladies Boss Gambler


Senior Activities


MARY E. SCHANK--"Topsy" HUGH VELEY--"Vealy"

English Course, Class Poet. Basket-ball '25, Class President '25,

"We are not to blame for our lack of College Entrance Course, "The pawpaw

sense." Thrower."

LODEMIA RUTH MARGARITE WEAVER-- "A Crook? No, just a false alarm."

"Deam" ROBERT OEHLER--"Bob"

Treasurer of the Girls' Athletic Associ- Class Treasurer '24, Operetta '24.

ation '24 and '25, College Entrance "His 'Chev' runs excellently--down hill."

Course. CLOIS SMITH--"Stubby"

"Talking is the activity I like best of President of class '24, College Entrance

all." Course, Librarian.

FRANCES JOHNS--"Brownie" "My heart to any little Girl easy to

Operetta '24, Basket ball '24 and '25, manage."

Commercial Course. JOHN M. KENDALL--"Mark"

"I always try to take it easy." Commercial Course, Librarian.

LEONA FRESHWATER--"Toots" "I warrant thou art a merry fellow and

Class Secretary-Treasurer '25, Operet- cares for nothing."

ta '24 and 25, Commercial Course, Bas-

ketball 24, and 25.

"Her deviltry is all a cheat."


Class Will


We, the graduating class of the High School of Berlin Township County of Dela-

ware, State of Ohio, being of full age, of unusually sound mind, and unsurpassable

memory and understanding, do make, publish, and declare, this to be our last will and

testament;


To the class of '26 as a whole we relinquish our observational seats along the

windows, and also the use of the dictionary, encyclopedias, maps et cetera.


To the sophomores we bequeath our success in books. Absorb the studious habits

which have been ours for four years and you too may arrive at the station of senior-

hood.


To the freshmen we get all of the old basketball shoes, chewing gum stuck beneath

the seats, rubbish, and any and everything which they can keep from the clutches of

the other classes.


To the following individuals we assign, to have and to hold forever, the herein men-

tioned items:


To "Skinny" Maloney, the size of Dorothy Colflesh.

To Neil Dunham, the studiousness of Clois Smith.

To Louise Furnis, the modesty of Lodemia Weaver.

To Chloe Anna James, the winning eyes of Leona Freshwater.

To Alta Ross, some of the height of Frances Johns.

To Marvin Breece, a goodly portion of the egotism of John Kendall.

To Laurens Davenport, a little of the wisdom of Robt. Oehler.

To Herbert Lackey, some of the trickiness of Hugh Veley in basket ball.

To Mildred Piatt, the cheerfulness of Mary Schank.

To the faculty, all of the many bright gems of thought developed by us in class

work and examinations.

In witness, we the class of '25, the testators, have here unto set our hand and seal

on this seventeenth day of March, one thousand nine hundred and twenty-five.


Signed, The Seniors

H. Veley, President
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Berlin Undergraduates
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Berlin Undergraduates

The Junior Class


TOP--Homer Sherman, Florence Weaver, Edward Griffith.


MIDDLE--Laurens Davenport, Florence Reeder, Mildred Piatt, Mary Sherman,

Neil Dunham.


BOTTOM--Glorine Boner, Alice Evans, Ruth Bukey, Chloe Anna James, Louise

Furnis.


We are the freshmen of 1922, grown into juniorhood. Now we are wiser and have

accomplished much in our three years of study. The entire school is proud of the

athletes in our class. Our class is well represented on both teams. We have attained

highest honors as the Berlin "cutups".


As each of us have chosen our ambitions early, I will list them: Neil, "to be a

clown," Bill, "to get through;" Glorine, "to be a musician;" Ed, "to be a preacher;"

Mick, "to grow thin;" Chloe Anna, "to grow taller;" Homer, "to gain speed;" Louise,

"to stay in love;" "Mary E., " to be an old maid;" Florence, "to own a beauty parlor;"

Ruth, "to have dates;" Alice, "to be a cook;" and lastly, the thirteenth of our class,

Dutch Weaver, "to get a girl."


The Sophomore Class


TOP--Leo Maloney, Herbert Lackey, Joseph Woods, James Hubbard.


MIDDLE--Geneve Bockoven, Louise McNett, Lucille Lackey, Mary Rodenfels,

May Davidson.


BOTTOM--Alta Ross, Florence Dominy, David Taylor, Elda Jones, Mary Yantis.


Mima Shade, the matron of the class, is followed by May that quiet and studious

little maid. Florence Dominy, Our giggling treasurer, chases in the pennies. Leo,

the "Sheik," was elected vice-president by the girls' vote. Alta Ross renders first aid

to the injured, While Herbert, the class sky-scrapper, is the star shot. Mary and

Geneva, our class beauties, charm and yet startle, "Jim" and "Pat" with their artful

complexions. Miss Lackey's "radio" broadcasts the news to all the class. David, the

president, won his popularity by ever-ready jokes and clever gestures. The class

mystery centers around what Elda Jones uses to make his hair stick to his head so

closely. Mary is writing a book on, "Why Ceasar did not Die in Infancy." Lastly,

Louise McNett is demonstrating the economy of buying powder in the bulk.


Louise McNett


The Freshman Class


TOP--Kendall Kennedy, Cecil Rice, Walter Davenpoprt, Marvin Breece.


MIDDLE--Laneva Collins, Garnet Evans, Harlan Hall, Winston Alkire, Annamay

Farmer, Marie Williams, Carrie Davidson.


BOTTOM--Beatrice McNett, Ruth Trigg, Miriam Fickel, Loma James, Kenneth

Reed, Betty Jane Kennedy.


We are eighteen in number, eight boys and ten girls. We poor tiny freshmen have

recovered from the fear which hovered over us until after the "initiation" which the

upper classes insisted upon giving us at the freshman party. We now feel at home

in the high school and have won the admiration of the "smart" sophomores, conceited

juniors, and wise seniors.


The first semester passed rapidly and the mid-year exams proved no obstacle to

our progress. We are studying hard and anxiously looking forward for the finals

whereby we will be able to prove our right to promotion on into sophomorehood.
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Bellpoint Seniors


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GERTRUDE ALDRICH--"Gertie" HENRIETTA VAN GUNDY--"Henry"

"To know her is a source of education." "Her unextinguished laughter shakes the
skies."

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Debate 2; Class Sec.- Debate 3; Orator 4; Toreadors 4; Track 3;

Treas. 3; Vice-President 4; Vice-President of West High, Columbus 1, 2; Dramatic Club 4.

Dramatic Club 4; Track 2, 3, 4.


GLADYS ANDREWS--"Jimmy" EDNA HEATH--"Shiner"

"If I continue to endure you a little longer, "If she will, she will, you may depend on't;

I may by degrees dwindle into a wife." And if she won't, she won't, and there's an

Basketball 1, 2. end on't."

Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 2; Captain of Basket-

ball Team 2, 3.


FREDERICK COX--"Coxy" WILLIAM HEATH---"Bill"

"So bright his father calls him son." "His hair was roll'd in many a curious fret,

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1; Debate 2. Much like a rich and curious coronet."

Debate 2, 3; Track 2, 3; Senior Play 2; Class

Vice-President 3; Dramatic Club 4.


MARGARET JONES--"Margie" GLADYS HEATH--"Glad"

"She's pretty to look at, witty to talk with. "They do best who make the least noise."

and pleasant to be with." Basketball 1, 2, 3; Track 2.

Debate 1 (3 at Hyatts); Track 2; Sec-Treas. of

Class 4; Sec-Treas. of Dramatic Club 4; Hy-

atts High 3.
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Bellpoint Seniors


[photo 1]WILLIAM MACKLIN--"Bill" [photo 2]STANLEY MOORE--"Rory"

"A bit of heaven from Ireland." "If I can't sleep nights, I sleep

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate 3: in class."

Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Toreadors 4; Senior Play 2, 3; President of

Dramatic Club 4; Senior Play 2. Class 3, 4; Sec. Athletic Associa-

tion 3, 4; Toreadors 4; Debate



[photo 3] MARION THOMAS-"Coddy" [photo 4]CATHERINE PATINGALE--"Katy"

"my only books. "Be thou familiar but by no

Were women's looks means vulgar."

And folly's all they've taught Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2;

me." Dramatic Club 4; Glee Club 4.

Pres. Athletic Association 4;

Pres. Dramatic Club 4; Basket-

ball 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate 3; Track

1, 2, 3, 4; Toreadors 4; Senior

Play 3


[photo 5] Reba Rhodes-"Bebe" [photo 6] DEAN PHILLIPS--"Dean"

"I just can't make those eyes "Women don't worry me, I have

behave." other troubles."

Mathematics 1, 2, 3, 4.





[photo 7] HAROLD McMILLEN--"Buster" [photo 8] HAROLD BEAN--"Did"

"Smiles, smiles, unending smiles, "Happy am I; from care I am

make radiant lines of miles, and free,

miles." Why aren't they all contented

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 1, like me?"

2, 3, 4; Toreadors 4; President

Athletic Association 3; Captain

Basketball Team 3, 4; Dramatic

Club 4.




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Bellpoint Undergraduates
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Bellpoint Undergraduates

JUNIOR CLASS ROLL


MOTTO--a Live Wire Never Gets Stepped On.

FLOWER--American Beauty Rose

COLORS--Robin-egg Blue and Silver

PRESIDENT--Orson Patrick

VICE PRESIDENT--Lillian Zimmer

SEC-TREAS.--Inez Smart


Frank Dewey Flora A. Patingale

Arthur Dunlap Inez G. Smart

Russell E. Dunlap Charlotte F. Staley

Lucile Easton Harley Thomas

Mildren Maudelle Jones William M. Webster

Frank Orson Patrick Lillian I. Zimmer


SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL


MOTTO--Love, Labor and Laugh

FLOWER--Orchid

COLORS--Lavender and White

PRESIDENT--Eloise Piersol

VICE PRESIDENT--Dorothy Robinson

SEC-TREAS.--Lester Dunlap

MOTTO--Be Brief; Time is life


Edna Maie Andrews Edwin Owen

Chlorine Butts Elosie L. Piersol

Robert E. Butts Dorothy Robnson

Warren Cooper Eugene Thomas

Darold W. Dulin Florence I. Thomas

Delmer Dulin Dorotha L. Young

Lester Dunlap


FRESHMEN CLASS ROLL


FLOWER--Ophelia Rose

COLORS--Gray and Blue

PRESIDENT--Amy Benton

VICE PRESIDENT--Gladys Ropp

SEC.-TREAS.--Margaret Piersol


Essie L. Ashley Mary Irene Jones

Amy R. Benton Margaret Piersol

Jeanette E. Fry Gladys L. Ropp

Frederick Jennings Jones Frances E. Smart
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Brown Seniors

[photos]


WALLACE C. SHEETS ALICE R. McMASTER

"Blushing is no disgrace" "I Choose to chat where'er I go"


AARON CHARLTON PITTMAN THOMAS EVERETT GRIFFITH

"He was a man, take him for all in all" "I am not on the roll of common men"


BESSIE MAE SMITH

"They think too little who talk too much"
ELIZABETH HUBER

FAUN MCDONALD "A maiden bright, witty and quick of

"But to see her was love to her" tongue"
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Brown Seniors

[photos]


EILEEN WILLIS DAISY EILENE SMITH

"Winsome, cute, and airy" "A Workman is known by his work"


VELDA MELISSA WHITE ERMA ERDINE SMITH

"A thing of beauty is a joy forever" "Never idle a minute but always thought-

ful of others"
VELMA MARIA WHITE

"Speech was given to man to conceal his RAYMOND S. TONTI

thoughts" "Bashfulness is an ornament of youth"
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Brown Undergraduates

[photos]


Junior Class


FRONT ROW (Left to right) Mary Nelson, Mildred Kunze, Hannah

Browning, Lucile Breece, Esther Wright.


BACK ROW (Left to right) Myron Gephart, Marion Pendleton, Homer

Cook, Carl Heinlen, James Leonard, Frank Elk, Harold Butters.


Sophomore Class


FRONT ROW (Left to right) Emma Nelson, Louise Carney, Mildred

Coover, Annabel Sheets, Madaline Smith, Kathryne Heinlen.


MIDDLE ROW (Left to right) Harold Wolfe, Paul Ward, Anna Marie

Link, Marie VanSickle, Grace Marshall, William Rodenfels, Robert

Sheets, Lester Rodenfels.


BACK ROW (left to right) Edwin Humes, Robert Scott, Harold

Chambers.
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Brown Undergraduates

[photos]


Freshman Class

FRONT ROW (Left to right) Helen Pool, Helen Roof, Evangeline

Ward, Nannie Belle Votaw, Lena Schilliger.

BACK ROW (Left to right) Mary Ellen Wright, Marion Zent, Hugh

Billingsley, Robert Cowgill, Velma Moore.


Junior High

FRONT ROW (Left to right) Philip Seese, John Ward, Edna Belle

Vinning, Agnes Nelson, Lois Coover, Donald Plunkett, William Radford.

SECOND ROW (Left to right) Mary Etta Ziegler, Doris Smith, Jean-

nette Humes, Darlene Snedeker, Florence Wheeler, Pauline Williams,

Rosella Billingsley.

THIRD ROW (Left to right) Mona Wornstaff, Inez English, Louise

Wright, Anita Havens, Bertrand Forsythe, Kenneth Freeman, Earl Ward,

Blanche Kent, Helen Sheets, Marcia Sheets, Margaret Spriggs.

LAST ROW (left to right) Lester Pendleton, Bernard Gephart, Peres

Ziegler, Paul Bricker, Edward Tonti, Walter Sheets, James Flemming,

Walter Roof, Garner Cox.
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Center Village Seniors

[photos]


LEAVETT BARNHARD

TERRY CAMBELL

MILDRED FORD

MARIE IRWIN

FLORENCE KIRLS

LOELLA MEIR

VIRGINIA MEYER

CLARABELLE McELWEE
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Center Village Seniors

[photos]

CARL REISELT

ARTHUR NEEDLES

GADYS SALSER

RUTH SCHOOT

FAUNTELLE STRIDER

DOROTHA TIPPY

RAYMOND WENGER

RUSSELL WAGGAMAN
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Center Village Undergraduates

[photos]
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Center Village Undergraduates


JUNIORS


BOTTOM ROW: Daisy Hill, Pauline Edwards, Florence Love, Ruth Gar-

rabrant.


Helen Bacheler, Clyde Haycook, Bliss Hoover, Donald

O'Brien, Irma Laymon.


CLASS OFFICERS


Clyde Haycook, President Pauline Edwards, Secretary

Daisy Hill, Treasurer


SOPHOMORES


BOTTOM ROW: Eva Dell Grove, Mary Clapham, Laura Fleak, Marsena

Sheaf.


BACK ROW: Barbara Agler, Harold Allison, Denver Salser, Frank Green,

Luella Wenger.


FRESHMEN


BOTTOM ROW: Hilda Bacheler, Anna Eberhard, Mary Meier, Gloria

Barnhard, Ina Perry, Helen Green.


SECOND ROW: Lawrence Ginn, Forest Love, Mary Conway, Martha Wick-

iser, Hazel Tompson, Alvin Sebring, Robert Stimmel.


BACK ROW: Don Needles, Norman Bailey, Marshal Pitt, George Hur-

sey, William Fleak.
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Galena Seniors
[photos]

[photo 1]PAUL BALDRIDGE--"Shorty" [photo 2] MARY BIGGS

BONNETT--"Hank" Willisonian Literary Society;

Philaephronean Literary Society Philaephronean Literary So-

'22, '23, '24, '25; Baseball '22, ciety; Secretary '23, '24; Debate

'23, '24, '25; President of Class '23, '24; Oratory '24, '25.

'25; Glee Club '22; Debate '24;

Senior Quartette '25.


[photo 3]C. HENRY BONNETT--"Hank" [photo 4] CURTIS T. BOSTON--"Jerry"

Willisonian Literary Society '22, Willisonian Literary Society '22,

'23, '24, '25; Glee Club '22; '23, '24, '25; Basketball '24, '25;

Baseball '24, '25; Basketball '24, Baseball '24, '25; Manager of

'25; Senior Quartette '25. Basket Ball '24, '25.


[photo 5]LAURIS C. COLE--"Chet" [photo 6]AREL R. CUNNINGHAM--"Fuzzy"

Philaephronian Literary Society Football '23; Philaephronean

'22, '23, '24, '25. Literary Society '22, '23, '24,

'25; Baseball '25. '25; Manager of Basket Ball '24,

'25; Class Secretary '23.


[photo 7]ALONZO D. FISHER--"Hook" [photo 8]FRED W. FRAKES--"Dutch"

Willisonian Literary Society '22 Willisonian Literary Society '22,

'23, '24'; Philaephronean Liter- '23, '24, '25; Baseball '24, '25.

ary Society '25; President of

Philaephronean Literary Society

'25.







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Galena Seniors

[photos]


[photo 1]WALTER B. GOFF--"Tom" [photo 2] OLETHA HUFF--"Leafy"

Willisonian Literary Society '22 Philaephronean Literary Society

Pres. '23, '24; Philaephronean '22; Willisonian Literary So-

Literary Society '25; Basketball ciety '23, '24', '25.

'22, '23, '24, Capt. '25; Football

'23; Baseball '22, '23, Capt. '24,

'25; Class President '23; Presi-

dent of Athletic Association '24;

Debate '24.


[photo 3]KELLY M. LONGSHORE--"Zoob" [photo 4]FRANCIS E. MYERS--"Fran"

Willisonian Literary Society '22, Entered Sunbury High School

'23, '24, '25; Glee Club '22; '22; Entered Galena High School

Baseball '22, '23, '24, '25; Bas- '22; Philaephronian Literary So-

ketball '22, '23, '24, '25' Foot- ciety '22, '23, '24; Willisonian

ball '23, Secretary of Class '24. Literary Society '25.


[photo 5]ROBERT PLATT--"Bob" [photo 6]CLARENCE TULLER--"Con"

Treasurer of Class '23, '24, '25; Basketball '23, '24, '25; Base-

Treasurer and Manager of Ath- ball '22, '23, '24, 25' Captain of

letic Association '23; Willisonian Baseball '25; President of Ath-

Literary Society '22, '23, '24; letic Association '25.

Philaephronian Literary Society

'25; Secretary of Willisonian

Literary Society '23'; Debate '24;

Baseball '25.


[photo 7]RALPH E. WATTS--"Red" [photo 8]ALBERT WOOD--"Windy"

Entered Brown High School '22; Willisonian Literary Society '22,

'22; Entered Galena High School '23, '24; Philaephronean Liter-

Willisonian Literary Society '23, ary Society '25; Baseball '23,

Capt. '24, '25; President of '25; Basketball '26; Glee Club

Class '24; Basketball '23, '24, '22.

'25; Baseball '23, '24, '25; De-

bate '24; Senior Quartette '25.





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Galena Undergraduates

[photos]
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Galena Undergraduates

______


Fourteen innicent and ambitious boys and girls entered Galena High school in the

fall of Nineteen Hundred Twenty-four. We were received in open arms and made

welcome in electric chairs. We were shocked 'tis true, but we started out determined

to overcome all difficulties and had no desire but to learn. Judging from our grades

and smiles of approval from our teachers, we are a promising class that G. H. S.

may well be proud of.


Arnold E. Buck, '28.


FRESHMEN


BACK ROW: Charles Evarts, Raymond Mullins, Thelma Harris, Paul Zimmerman

and Robert Goff.

FRONT ROW: Robert Van Fleet, Rebecca Wood, Arnold Buck, Margaret Bonnett.


JUNIORS

BACK ROW: Thelma Frakes, Hilda Hancock, Bernice Ballard, Melvin Hewlett.

FRONT ROW: Aloma Evarts, James Vance, Floyd Shaw and Florence Bailey.


JUNIOR


"Not what we were but what we hope to be," is the thought that is continually

revolving in the minds of the Junior Class as we tread the hard-beaten path of know-

ledge, moving step by step until we reach our senior year of nineteen hundred and

twenty-six.

We began our high school career as a body of ten Freshies, with a willingness

to endure the slams and rebuffs of the upper classmen.

About the middle of our Freshman year, we are sorry to say, we lost two of our

classmates.

The second year eight of our members returned and were glad to welcome a new

member, Jessie Williams.

This year seven returned and were glad to welcome into our midst again, Hilda

Hancock.

We have tried to make our stay here profitable and cheerful, and may we never be

satisfied with anything less than the best.


SOPHOMORES


BACK ROW: Clarence Boston, Lenard Totten, Kenneth Wood, Clarence Diebolt.

MIDDLE ROW: Mildred Rose, Dorothy Ware, Blanche Jones, Ruth McClure, Martha

Fuller.

FRONT ROW: Mary Platt, Harold Tuller, Clyde Whitney and Alice Frakes.


SOPHOMORE


The class of 1927 entered Galena High School with eighteen strong.

We passed thru our Freshman year with out losing any of our classmates, with

whom we had gone thru school.

In 1924 we entered the Sophomore year, very proud to think we had studied our

way thru. Now we are thirteen strong, and we all hope we will live up to our motto,

Onward, Ever, Upward.
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Hyatts Seniors

[photos]


Richard Taylor Ralph Lidner Mary Wright

Ruth Asbury William Bander Lawrence Evans

Bernard Ford Dorothy Hall
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Hyatt Seniors


Class President ------------------------------------ Ruth Asbury

Vice-President ------------------------------------- Mary Wright

Secretary-Treasurer ----------------------------- Richard Taylor

Colors: Lavender and Gold. Flower: Ophelia Rose.


Class Play: Seven Keys to Baldpate.

Motto: Success Awaits at Labor's Gate.

Commencement Speaker: Senator Frank B. Willis


____________

CLASS POEM

Four years have passed We thought High School better

In this dear old High: As farther we went;

Time has flown fast, That these ties we now sever,

The last day is nigh. We can only repent.


When freshmen we tried We thank all our teachers

Our new tasks to do; And bid them adieu,

We fretted and sighed, As we do all school features

Finally got through. And the friends that we knew.

Dorothy Hall '25


________________

RESUME' OF CLASS

RUTH ASBURY ---"Peggy" DOROTHY HALL --- "Dottie"

Senior Class President '25. Class President '24.

President Leonidas Literary '25 School Editor '25.

Senior Play '24, '25. Leonidas Literary Society.

"El Bandido" '25. Senior Play '25.

"El Bandido".
MARY WRIGHT --- "Mick"
BERNARD FORD --- "Philosopher"
Basketball '24, '25.
Debate '25.
Debate '24.
Leonidas Literary Society.
Vice President Class '25.
"El Bandido".
X L Literary Society.

RALPH LINDNER --- "Cow"
WILLIAM BAUDER --- "Bill"
Debate '25.
Debate '25.
Leonidas Literary Society
Leonidas Literary Society
"El Bandido."
"El Bandido".

LAWRENCE EVANS --- "Dude"
RICHARD TAYLOR --- "Rick"
Basketball '24, '25. Capt. '25.
Basketball Manager '24.
Baseball '23, '24, '25. Capt. '24.
Basketball '25.
Leonidas Literary Society.
Class Secretary '25.
"El Bandido".
Leonidas Literary Society.
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Hyatt Undergraduates

[photos]
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Hyatt's Undergraduates


JUNIORS

LOWER ROW: Chas. Penry, Iona Ufferman, Beatrice Macomber, Raymond Ford.

UPPER ROW: Arthur Ross, Berniece Kentner, Truman Bell. (Missing, Ward Johnson.)

Class President ------------------------ Ward Johnson

Vice-President -------------------------- Arthur Ross

Secretary-Treasurer ---------------- Berniece Kentner

Colors: Rainbow. Flower: White Rose. Motto: "Life is what you make it."


CLASS POEM

The Junior Class, as may be seen, C stands for Charlie Penry,

Is, after all, not very green. He courts girls in his Henry.

Arthur in Science quite excells, A nice little boy is Truman Bell,

This his grade card surely tells. Helen's his girl; now don't you tell

Johnson is our athlete, Raymond's hobby seems to be

For his size he can't be beat. Taking Charlotte out to tea.

Iona is studying domestic science Now Berniece says (aint it a pity?)

So she and Eddie can form an alliance. That she would rather live in the city.

You have heard the motto "Say it with

flowers": After these facts in great profusion,

"Say it by Beatrice" is ours. You can draw you own conclusion.

Berniece Kentner, '26.


SOPHOMORES

UPPER ROW: John McKinnie, Lloyd Steitz, Delmar Hall.

MIDDLE ROW: Russell Tone, Geraldine Smith, Charlotte Penry, Lucile Curmode,

William Winters.

LOWER ROW: Etta Martin, Leola Sheets, Kenneth Raile, Helen Stockdale, Nora Fay

Jones.

MISSING FROM PICTURE: Arthur Baker, Mary Cellars.

Class President ---------------------- Kenneth Raile

Vice-President --------------------- Helen Stockdale

Secretary-Treasurer ---------------- William Winters

Colors: Rose and Gray. Flower: American Beauty Rose.

Motto: "Launched but not Anchored."


CLASS POEM

We started with twenty-one members, We work very hard when we work,

But the way seemed hard and long; We play very hard when we play;

Bye and bye some fell by the wayside, When we try to do both together

Leaving us thirteen, wise and strong. We get in each other's way.


We are very wise in English, Of course we aspire to greatness,

And very mischievous, too, We would climb up the ladder of fame;

Sometimes we torment Miss Whittier We may seem to be going up slowly

Till she scarce knows what to do. But we'll get there just the same.

Mary Cellars, '27.


FRESHMEN

UPPER ROW: Rodger Baker, Joe Bauder, Ralph Hardin.

MIDDLE ROW: Russel Chapman, Herbert Marks, Eugene Ross, Louis Monska.

LOWER ROW: Harriett Poole, Gladys Hack, Elizabeth Knapp, Leahbeth Taylor,

Minerva Fraker.

MISSING: Gerald Augenstein, Harold Sheets and Ward Bauder.

Class President ----------------------- Elizabeth Knapp

Vice-President ------------------------ Russell Chapman

Secretary-Treasurer ---------------------- Ralph Hardin

Colors: Lavendar and Gold. Flower: Violet. Motto: "Step by Step."

CLASS POEM

Oh, we know that we're small, But please just go slow

And not very tall, And give us a show,

And as green as the grass on the hill; So far we've grown up in the woods;

We know that we're dumb, Just give us a chance,

Our looks on the bum, We'll make you all dance

And so crazy we cannot sit still. For we can deliver the goods.

A. Frosh, '28
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Orange Seniors

[photo]


EDGAR BAGLEY -- "Ted" RICHARD JOSLIN -- "Dick"

"Give thy thoughts no tongue" "No boasting like a fool

Basket Ball '23, '25, captain '25; Philomathean This deed I'll do before this purpose cool"

Literary Society, President '25; Class President Lincoln Literary Society, V. Pres. '25.

'24, '25.


MARY BOYD KENNETH FICKEL -- "Kennie"

"A phantom of delight" "A thing of beauty is a joy forever"

Basketball '24, captain '24; Lincoln Literary Lincoln Literary Society, Secy. '25; Class sec-

Society, Pres. '25; Vice President of class '24 Secretary '24 and '25.

and '25.


___________


The Class of '25 of Orange High School numbered fifteen upon entering the fresh-

man year, namely, Richard Joslin, Charles Joslin, Rolin Evans, Ruth Shultz, Mary

Boyd, Rachel Nease, Mabel Rainier, Thelma Rogers, Harold Morgan, Wallace Ingram,

Dale McCreary, Kenneth Sale, Edgar Bagley and Edward Salts. Then in November

of the same year we added another, Harold Phinney, to our class making it number

sixteen. During the year our ranks were thinned by the loss of Dale McCreary and

Thelma Rogers.


Our sophomore year proved better than the freshman year. We took part in Literary

and other activities of the school. The hill proved too steep for some, however, so they

consented to wait and pilot the next freshman class through its strenuous year.
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Orange Seniors

[photo]


HAROLD PHINNEY EDWARD SALTS -- "Epsom"

"Be not so poorly lost in your thoughts" "We shall never look upon his like again"

Basketball '23, '24, '25, captain '24; Lincoln Literary Society '25.

Philomathean Literary Society '25.


MABEL RAINIER RUTH SHULTZ -- "Red"

"O wad some pow'r the giftie gie us "Beauty is truth; truth beauty"

To see oursels as others see us! Basketball '25; Philomathean Literary Society.

It wad frae mony a blunder free us,

And foolish notion"

Philomathean Literary Society '25.


______________


When we entered our junior year another was added to our class, Kenneth Fickel.

A few parties were held which all attended and had a good time. All passed the mid-year

exams with fairly good grades. The Junior-Senior banquet was held April 11, 1924.


Only nine of the previous fifteen entered the Senior year with Senior standing.

By hard work we were able to give the school a lecture course that was a marked

success. Nothing of importance has marked this year except maybe Mr. Southwicks

quizzes, but we are looking forward to the great event of most importance--our

Commencement exercises and graduation after which we can say, "when we graduated

from Orange in '25, why ............."
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Orange Undergraduates

[photos]
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Orange Undergraduates

________


Juniors


BACK ROW: Doris Wells, Rolin Evans, Carl Evans, Charles Joslin,

Eselene Clymer.

FRONT ROW: Ray Phinney, Agnes Clymer, Gladys Brintlinger.


__________


Sophomores


TOP ROW: Vandy Green, Clifton Aiken, Dean Cassner.

MIDDLE ROW: Henry Rannebarger, Charles Taylor, Elizabeth Snyder.

FRONT ROW: Mae Phinney, Mildred Kuechler, Florence Aller, Ethel

Evans.

Not in picture: Birney McKee, Anna Gallager.


___________


Freshmen


TOP ROW: Welling McDaniel, James McCammon, Clyde Waters, Rob-

ert Gooding, Raymond Loop.

MIDDLE ROW: Thomas Bradney, Kenneth Neil, Harold McCain, Edwin

Roe, Maude Mitchell.

FRONT ROW: Ruth Schanck, Gladys Whetsel, Mary Capuano, Rosalie

Phinney.
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Ostrander Seniors

[photo]

MARY GLICK


[photo]

CLAUDE HUTCHINSON


[photo]

WILMA GABRIEL


[photo]

NINA GABRIEL


[photo]
L. F. KELLER


[photo]
WILLELLA FELKNER

[photo]
WRAY DILLON
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Ostrander Seniors

[photo]

LILLIE NOTTER

[photo]

STANLEY SMITH

[photo]

DOROTHY PHILLIPS

[photo]

IVADEL WEAVER

[photo]

THOMAS WINSTON

[photo]

ELIZABETH THOMAS

[photo]

VALETA WINSTON
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Ostrander Undergraduates


[photos]
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Ostrander Undergraduates

__________

JUNIORS


Enid Anderson Dorothy McBride Harold Freshwater

Irma Anderson Helen Whiteside Harry Harris

Edith Cranmer Mary Turney, Sec. Homer Howison

Helen Liggett, Pres. Walter Fish Burson Mills


In 1922 fourteen boys and girls entered high school as Freshmen. The initiation

the Sophomores gave us was a terrorizing affair but we all recovered. The operetta

"Windmills of Holland" was given and many of our class were in the cast. As Soph-

omores we received the Freshmen into the school and we did not "Say It With Flow-

ers." "In Old Louisiana" was given and again many of our classmates took part.

As Juniors we claim the prettiest girl, the best athlete and the best talker in the

school. As Seniors we expect to make an unbeatable record.


___________

SOPHOMORES


In the year 1923 the Sophomores entered High School with:

Helen Barger Gennell McPeak Victoria Van Skoy

Mildred Barger Elizabeth Miller Carrol Lamme

Avis Bell Grace Newhouse Stuart Larcomb

Edith Inskeep Mary Nunamker Vernon Mills

Armilda Johnson Ivaloo Smart Linnaeus Ponds


In the year of 1923 the Sophomores entered the High School with an enrollment

of fourteen, but due to failures by some of the pupils of the preceding years class our

number was increased to twenty-one. When we entered school we were full of pep,

but towards the end of the second semester we began to grow weary and four of our

members, who thought they had obtained all the knowledge necessary, left the re-

maining seventeen to travel the hard pathway alone. So this year we entered the

Sophomore Class with an enrollment of seventeen. The first event of the year was

the reorganization of our class. Next came the "Freshmen-Sophomore Banquet" in

which we all took an active part. Sorry to say but the next event which took place

was the Senior-Final Exams in which we did our best. During the second semester

we lost four of our members, but gained one giving us again an enrollment of four-

teen. The Sophomores of this year have shown their ability in dramatics as four of

our members played leading roles in the Operettas, "In the Garden of the Shah." In

Athletics we have also been well represented as five girls and three boys help make

up the Basket Ball Quintets.


___________

FRESHMEN

Marian Duncan Evelyn Slocum Paul Smart

Erma Fish Lester Dillion Joseph Smith

Christian Gabriel Edmon Freshwater Melvin Welch

Laura Mackan George Jacobs

Martha Poling Alfred Newhouse


On September 8th of 1925 the Freshmen entered O. H. S. with thirteen members.

We were looking for bad luck but we gained two, then lost two. We still have just

thirteen but "Good Luck" is our mascot. We had a meeting and decided on "Sweet

Peas" for our class flower, "Old Rose and Gray" class colors, and "Live and Learn"

for our motto. Laura Mackan, Evelyn Slocum, and Martha Poling were chorus girls,

and George Jacobs, Alfred Newhouse and Edmon Freshwater were chorus boys in

the operetta, "In the Garden of the Shah" Marian Duncan played the piano for the

operetta. A girl and a boy from the Freshmen class were on the Basket Ball Teams.
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Powell Seniors

[photos]

FLORENCE BOHLANDER ROBERT PERRY

"You're never young but once" "A bright but quiet lad"

Joke Editor; Vice President '22, '23, President of Students'Assoc. '25;

'24, '25; Sec'y and Treas. of Class

Basketball '22, '23, '24, '25; '22','23,'24, '25; Debate '24;

Basketball Captain '25. Basketball '25; Baseball '24, '25


MARIE BLANEY WILLIAM McKITRICK

"Modesty is the color of virtue" "Don't call me for breakfast, Dad, it makes the

Class Artist. day too long"

Basketball '24, '25; Basketball Captain '25;

Baseball '24, '25; Track '24, '25.



MABEL CASE RALPH WRIGHT

"You can't keep a good man down"
"Not simply good,
Class President '22, '23, '24,
but good for something"
'25; Sec'y and
Basketball '22, '23, '24, '25.
Treas. of Athletic Association '24;

Basketball '23, '24, '25; Track

'22, '23, '24, '25; Track '22,

Captain '25; Baseball '24, '25.
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Powell Senior Class History


In the fall of 1913 about thirty-five rosy cheeked boys and girls started their school

career with Miss Duffy. By her help and patience we passed, into the third grade

with Miss Pheneger as teacher. After two years there, we were promoted not only to

the fifth grade, but "up-stairs" which seemed to us a great leap on Education's ladder.

We worked hard for Miss Lucy and Miss Johnson in this room, and were promoted,

after two years, to Mr. Grace where we were prepared for a successful High School

career.


In the spring of 1921 only twelve of our number, six boys and six girls, entered

High School, and now as we are about to enter the College doors our number has

dwindled to six.


This period of High School life, we consider as one great step toward success.


Mr. Noble was superintendent the year we were Freshmen, then Mr. Wheeler

came and has been here through the remainder of our High School days. It has been

his patient hand that has led us to success in High School.


Our Motto is: "Our Aim To Win, Our Hope Success."


May it be so!

Mabel Case, '25


SENIOR CLASS POEM


We have six Seniors in the P. H. S.

If we don't study, I miss my guess;

For our wish is, to have great success

Though some of our meetings have been a mess.


Ralph Wright is our president, as we all know,

And when it comes to talking, he likes to blow;

On the basket ball team he is always fast

And played a good game up to the last.


In our class Robert Perry is at the head,

At eight o'clock each night, he's always in bed;

When a note flies by, we all look at Bob

To have good conduct he finds quite a job.


Bill McKitrick is always ready to tease

And in a class meeting is hard to please;

When in a difficulty, he will help you out

Smiling is his hobby; you never see him pout.


Marie Blaney is the artist of our class,

Compete with her? She's hard to surpass;

She whispers and argues, but gets a high grade

I suppose it's the way of this innocent maid.


Next in line we have Mabel Case

Attentive in class--and always in her place.

When she is questioned she rolls her eyes

And of course the teacher thinks she is wise.


Florence Bolander is another brave little girl

Who is always finding in life a new thrill;

Cross-word puzzles are her best delight

If she doesn't do that; she likes to fight.


This is our line up, as you will see,

Our aim is success, I hope it will be.


Florence Bolander, '25.
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Powell Undergraduates

[photos]
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Powell Undergraduates


Juniors

Dorothy Case, Laura Maddox, Carroll Thomas, Paul Perry, Marie Thomas, Velma Case


SOPHOMORE HISTORY

When we started with Miss Duffy we were a "big bunch" of little folks, but some

failed, others moved away, and still others gave up school until we had only twelve

left, when we entered High School.


At present we have the distinction of being the biggest Class in the High School,

and, we are striving to keep it so.

Lula Case


Sophomores

Darroll Jones, Doris Morgan, Harold Lacher, Maurice Smith, Charles Hayes, David

Rader, Edward Smith, Marie Bohlander, Lulu Case, Irene Kirkpatrick,

Alice Schmehl, Lillian Davidson


JUNIOR HISTORY

All the members of the Junior Class began their career together under the compet-

ent hand of Miss May Duffy. We gained and lost many of our members, but entered

High School with an enrollment of twelve. The work proved too difficult for some

which caused our number to be lessened. During our Sophomore Year our number

was again diminished by two. Our Junior year, so far, has been quite successful.

Our class play, "The Superior Miss Pellender" which was given on the nineteenth of

March was a great success. We hope our small number can cling together for the

remainder of our school days at Powell High School.

Marie Thomas, '26.


FRESHMEN

Leslie Clements, Martha Standish, Frank Johnston, Lillian Gardner, Bessie Blaney,

Lillie Weaver, Anna Howard, Ruby Maddox, Ruth McCord,

Lila Gardner, Alice Perry, Leona Glick


FRESHMEN HISTORY


The upper classmen jeer at me,

With Manifold derison.

I get into my classes wrong,

My feet seem huge, My legs too long,

I'm always in collision.


But even at that the Nineteen Hundred and Twenty-four class is not the greenest

class that ever entered the portals of P. H. S. we are sorry to say that we have not all

spent all our school days in the grades together. The work was too difficult for some

and others moved away. We all were proud to be featured in several cantatas and

plays during our grade work. We entered High School with twelve members and in

later years we hope to look back upon our first year in High School as a success.

Ruby Maddox, '28.
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Radnor Seniors

[photos]

LUCY HAYES DANE LOCKART

"Happy am I; from care I'm free "No case for me--Women--

Why aren't they all contented like me" I wouldn't give a penny for the lot.


DORIS CARNES

"If silence were golden,

I would be a millionaire"

ANNA BIGGERSTAFF EDWARD BUTTS

"And I chatter, "I know I'm dight

chatter as I go." I can't be wrong."


LAWRENCE ANDERSON HERBERT AUGENSTEIN EVERETT BAXTER

"He is not all noise." "Merrily he rolled along" Embarrassment he quickly shows

With blush as red as any rose"
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Radnor Seniors

[photos]

MIRIAM REED OLEVA ROBERTS

"A woman's heart, like the moon, is always "What sweet delight

changing, but there is always a man in it." a quiet life affords"..


ELSIE QUILLEN

"What she wills to do she does."


GEORGE O'CONNELL MILDRED OWENS

"I have the world before me. "The rattling tongue of saucy

I will review it at my leisure." and audacious eloquence


THEO MAUGANS VICTOR MILLER DAVID MORRIS

"I loaf and invite my soul." "Every man is a volume "School may a place of learning be

if you know how to read him" And still afford good times for be"

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Radnor Undergraduates


[photos]
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Radnor Undergraduates


JUNIORS


TOP ROW: Orion Lindley, Kermit Lockhart, Dan Reed, Kenneth Evans.

MIDDLE ROW: Geneva Kyle, Amy Butts, Mary Louise Gallant, Juanita

Reed, Freda Jones, Anita Griffith, Mabel Pritchard.

FRONT ROW: Sarah Biggerstaff, May Boster, Lucille Thompson, Georgia

Davis, Beatrice Hylton.


SOPHOMORES


TOP ROW: Carroll Osborn, Frank Evans, John Harsh.

MIDDLE ROW: Lester Thomas, Marie Owens, Sarah Morris, Lillian Pritch-

are, Ernest Harsh.

FRONT ROW: Martha Eddy, Lulu May Hilliard, Helen Graham, Geneva

Jones.


FRESHMEN


TOP ROW: Durward Evans, Ruth Carnes, Melia Kietzman, Norma Davis,

Margaret Coonfare, Dalesford Redmon.

MIDDLE ROW: Verner Boster, James Augenstein, Berton Roberts, La

Vaughn Thompson, Dwight Ronse, John Morris, William

Rowlands, Leo Lockhart.

FRONT ROW: Leah Rodefer, Gertrude Morris, Gladys Lindley, Anna Mar-

garet Anderson, Margaret Griffith, Lottie Cochran, Beatrice

Reed.
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[photos]

Sunbury Seniors


FRANK VAN AUKEN -- "Nauky" HERBERT DEERING -- "Herb"

Athenian; Track; Glee Club; Orchestra. Athenian; Baseball.

"I only sing when I must." "With odorous oil thy head and hair are
sleek."


DEANE BARKER -- "Skip" PHYLLIS FRASER -- "Phil"

Athenian, Pres. 4; Baseball; Glee Club. South High, Columbus '22; Athenian pianist

"Something between a help and a hindrance." '25; Glee Club; Orchestra.

"Love makes fools of us all, big and
little."

VIRGIL BLAINE -- "Heck"
ERNEST FIVAZ -- "Frenchy"

Philo; Debate 1, 2, and 3. Fulton High, N.Y. '22, '23, '24; Pi Kappa

"To the swift belongeth the race." Epsilion; s.H.S. '25; Philo; Basketball;
Glee

Club.
HOWARD CRING -- "Squire
"Up in Syracuse -- there's a lassie waits for me."
Athenian; Track

"The flower of meekness on the stem of grace." MASON HAYES -- "Rosie"

Berlin H.S. '22, '23; Debate.
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Sunbury Seniors

WALTER HARBOLD -- "Shorty" ETHEL MATTHEWS -- "Buddie"

Plainfield H. S. '22, '23; Philo. Philo; Track, Glee Club.

"His talk sounds like an alarm clock." "Laugh and be fat."


MILDRED LAHMON -- "Millie" FRANCES PERFECT -- "Bobbie"

Athenian; Sec'y of Class '25. Philo; Basketball, Capt. '25; Glee Club.

"A quiet old maid." "She who means no mischief does it all."


NELSON LAUGHERY - "Hook" RALPH PIPER -- "Bud"

Philo; Glee Club; Track. Athenian; Class Pres. '22 and '24; Basketball,

"Now my girl says, 'Learn love'." Capt. '25; Baseball; Glee Club.

"Handsome is as handsome does."


OWEN MEREDITH KENNETH ROOF -- "clumsy"

Philo; Basketball; Track. Philo Pres. '25; Baseball, Class Officer '22;

"One of the Seven Blunders of the World." "I may arrive late, but I always arrive."
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Sunbury Seniors


VIRGINIA STROSNIDER -- "Ginnie" WALTER WEISER - "Sherm"

Galena H. S. '22; Athenian; Glee Club. Philo; Basketball; Baseball.

"A soft answer turneth away wrath." "Wise from the top of his head -- up."


RUSSELL A'NEALS -- "Rusty RUSSELL WEISS - "Doc"

Philo. Athenian; Basketball; Baseball; Debate;
Class

"No corn grew on this cob." Pres. '25.

"Have I caught my heavenly jewel?"


BUNICE VERMILLION -- "Bunie" HAROLD WHITE - "Jim"

Bucyrus H. S. '23; Athenian. Athenian; Basketball; Baseball.

"A Beautiful girl is the paradise of the eyes." "Always would and could, but never can't."
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Sunbury's Seniors


Ralph Piper -- "Sniper." Here we have an active and energetic young man, who puts

work before pleasure. He has had a varied experience with Cupid, and can win fem-

inine hearts at any peril. -- Boyd Hoskinson. Here we have a man to manipulate the

spheroid in most any fashion. He has distinguished himself in Baseball and Basket-

ball, altho he pays some respects to the fair sex. -- Frank VanAuken. "Nauky" wants

to be different. He is somewhat of a "fusser," and likes to have the girls like him. He

sings beautifully, dabbles in athletics, and does some bluffing in class. -- Ernest Fivaz.

Altho "Frenchy" is of a quiet nature and takes life rather easy, yet he has the cus-

tomary amount of school spirit. He has lately come into prominence as a cartoonist.

-- Virgil Blaine. "Heck" is quite a lady's man, ie. it seems so. He has never been

known to miss a game or lecture unless there is a dance somewhere in or out of town.

-- Russell Weiss. "Doc" is our best known class president. Not over fond of study,

which perhaps has caused his slightly bad disposition, still he's might constant; -- ask

Bunice. -- Owen Meredith. Another of our quiet, demure Seniors. He has strong con-

victions on certain problems, and adhere's strictly to them. He has dabbled in Basket-

ball and Track, but only as a means of recreation. -- Walter Weiss. "Sherm" has quite

a bit of musical ability, and delights to warble melodiously. He also manages to get

his lessons with no more than the usual amount of bluffing. -- Herbert Deering. Some

people consider him slow, but they are wrong. When he does make up his mind, he

goes after thing with invincible determination. You never can tell about these slow

people. -- Harold White. "Jim" is a fine fellow--good in his classes and fine in ath-

letics. He has never distinguished himself as a "fusser" but treats the fair sex oc-

casionally. -- Kenneth Roof. "Clumsy" says, "Make it short and sweet, so here goes."

Give him a girl above all else, and plenty of time to primp. -- Nelson Laughery. "Hook"

is truly a scholar, but not a book worm. Girls and athletics never form a part of his

program. -- Deane Barker. "Skip" is a remarkable combination of everything, includ-

ing "lady killer." He is a harmonious boy with ruddy cheeks, musician's hair, and a

smile like a spoonsful of strawberry dope on a hot day. -- Mason Hayes. "Rosie is a

good gentle soul, who can always be depended upon to do the right thing. He devotes

his affectionate attentions to Galena High School. -- Howard Cring. "Squire" meets you

on the street with a smile, and speaks with that same smile in his voice. He has not

distinguished himself in anything unless it be pole vaulting. -- Walter Harold. "Shor-

ty" is a native of Sunbury. He is small but somewhat mighty. He likes English, but

shines in Caesar. He plays Baseball, and is always found on the second team. -- Mil-

dred Lahmon. "Millie" is a quiet, retiring girl but with a good deal of determination.

She is domestic in her tastes, and could make a home paradise for some lucky fellow.

-- Virginia Strosnider. "Ginnie" is a very quiet girl. We hope she will find the right

fellow and settle down near Sunbury where we can go and see her occasionally. -- Bun-

ice Vermillion. "Bunie" is one of our bright stars socially. She is graceful and tal-

ented. We do not see at present just how Sunbury is going to do without her, but

there will be a way provided. -- Ethel Mathews. "Buddie' looks as tho she never saw

the dark side of anything. She gets into things just enough to show the proper spirit

without being ambitious. She is one of those rare persons who stand for quality. --

Frances Perfect. "Bobbie" is interested in all that concerns the school, especially ath-

letics. She is always out for a good time. She distinguished herself this year in the

girls Basketball team. -- Phyllis Fraser. "Phil" says there are many ways to obtain

sheet music. Some folks buy their own, some have it given to them,--but suffice it to

say that Phil handles the piano like a Liszt. -- Russell A'Neals. "Rusty" is unsettled

as to what to do,--to go to school or to work, but he thinks it is the most fun to go to

school and live C. O. D.
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[photo] Sunbury Undergraduates


[photo] Back Row: Ed Lee, Percy Downing, Laurence Wigton, Franklin Sparks

Middle Row: Merrill Weaver, Clyde Cockran, [], Bill Lee, Burrell Patrick

Front Row: Eunice Feasel, [], Ethel Farris, Thelma Barton, Lila Stith

[photo] Back Row: [] Henry Stith, Kerfoot Morris, [], Ralph Clark, Henry Beaver,

Gerald Knoderer, Bob Fivaz

Middle Row: []

Front Row: [], Evelyn Patrick, Bernice Brookens, Carleton Burrer, Frances Stelzer,

Nellie Gunnett, Elizabeth Webster

[photo: Back Row: [], Owen Baker

Middle Row: Carl Perry, Fern Wringer, ?, Esther McCormick, Esther Frye, Ashton Perfect

Front Row: [], Mildred Searles, Lucille Kendrick, [], Nannie Snavely, []
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Sunbury Undergraduate Roaster

_____________

Name Nickname Disposition Favorite Expression

Thelma Barton Dick Changeable "Like me."

Lila Stith P.D. Funny "Say Kid."

Lawrence Wigton Wig Quiet "O, is it?"

Ethel Farris Et Good "My gosh!"

Eunice Feasel Rats High tempered "Bah!"

Franklin Sparks Sparky Independent "Gee Whiz."

Merril Weaver Weaver Very Quiet "Huh?"

Alma Barnum Scott Frisky "No."

Percy Downing Red Shy "Um-yes."

Laura Vermillion Sis Studious "Is that so?"

Clyde Cochran Cockie Fair "Gee."

Burrell Patrick Tuggle Varying "Lets play hookey."

Edward Lee Eddie Pleasant "Hey, come here."

William Lee Billy Jolly "I don't know."

Bernice Brookens Brrr Mild "Listen kid."

Carleton Burrer Cob Pleasant "Oh curses."

Henry Beaver Hen Peculiar "Aw!"

Mary Blaine Highpocket Lovable "Oh kid."

Ralph Clark Lengthy Winning "Hey guys."

Robert Fivaz Bob Kiddish "Get out."

Nellie Gunnett Nag Grouchy "Good land."

Gerald Knoderer Dutch Sleepy "!!! ??"

Freda Linnabary Freedie Changeable "Oh quit it."

Lloyd Monroe Heintzy Sweet "Aw dry up."

Hayden Monroe Jeff Amiable "You poor prune."

Ruth McBroom Ruthie Talkative "O Dutch."

Mae Miller Slim Modest "Say kid."

Kerfoot Morris Kerf Looney "Hey."

Olive Matthews Polly Brilliant "Charlie my boy."

Evelyn Patrick Pat Irish "Be quiet."

Frances Stelzer Frankie Conceited "O gosh."

Hoyt Whitney Fatso Mischievous "Ho! Ho!"

Elizabeth Webster Lizzie Silly "I dunno."

Okey Foulk Oky Fiery "Oh! Gosh."

Harold Longwell Longwell Cloudy "Ya!"

Roy Perfect Snip Goodnatured "Hey Guys."

Lula Robinson Peggy Lou Sunny "My Goodness!"

Henry Stith Ned Good "Ah come on!"

Owen Baker Pete Funny "Oh Gee!"

Lawrence Clark Prof. Quiet "You don't say!"

Louise Clevenger Irish Fickle "Aw cut it out."

Lewis Dixon Dickie Mischievous "I don't care."

Esther Frye Fatso Changeable "By Golly."

Lucile Kendrick Red In and out "Thunder."

Carl Perry Shiek Fair "Who cares?"

Ashton Perfect Stub Jolly "Wait on me."

Ralph Snyder Snipe Shy "Rotten."

Merl Robinson Jakey Whiney "Hasn't gotten any."

Esther McCormick Granny Meek "Gee I'm mad."

Robert McBroom Bob Studious "Wait and see."

Louise Knoderer Dude Tempermental "Oh my Lord."

Fern Ringer Dolly Pleasant "Hello, Lize."

Albert Meeker Crazy Devilish "Shoot."

Mildred Searles Milly Winning "Hang it."

Nannie Snavely Trigger Varying "Gee fer socks!"

Ella Rose Posy Good "O my yes."

William Vermillion Bill Frisky "Darn it all."

Merrill Matthews Grandad Industrious "Good night."
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Radnor Seniors

Name Nick Name Favorite pastime Favorite Sayings Size

Anna Biggerstaff "Ann" Talking "I'll 'jist' tell you kids" Very slender

Lucy Hayes "Ted" Breaking dates "'Git' away." Robust.

Doris Carnes "Jack" Whispering "Oh! Girls!!" Just
right

Edward Butts "Buttsy" Driving Dad's Machine "Oh! Heck!!" Manfull

Lawrence Anderson "Andy" Driving horses to death "That's a lot o' 'Baloney'! Oblong

Mildred Owens "Milly" You might be surprised "Any body got their French?" Just
about

Theo Maugans "Muggins" Sleeping "Too numerous to print." Heavy set

Miriam Reed "Monnie" Catching up in sleep "Oh! Kiddy" Correct

George O'Connell "Windy" Looking important "Yes! Honey" Giant

Elsie Quillen "Josie" Reading Beauty pamphlets Unknown Portable

Dane Lockhart "Locky" Smiling "I don't know" Round

Oleva Roberts "Oli" Listening "Oh yes" Tiny

David Morris "Davie" Rushing to and from class "Mornin' girls!" Athletic

Victor Miller "Vic" Driving hearses "Yes 'am" Great

Everett Baxter "Haxty" Existing "Well-now" Awful

Herbert Augustein "Herb" Finding the point in a joke "I'll be jiggered" Up and down

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[drawing]

Athletics

From a volunteer to a brigad-

ier - general thru sheer merit was

the record Rutherford B. Hayes made

for himself during the Civil War.

His inherent qualities of leadership

and cool-headedness under fire turn-

ed back Morgan's raid into this state,

July 14, 1863 at Cinncinati. This

same trait of grit and determination

is expressed by the athletic teams

of Delaware County in turning

back an adversary.
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The County Schedule


Probably no county in the state is so well organized in athletics as

Delaware County. Having twelve good high schools of about equal size

and all connected by a good road system, this county is well able to carry

on a well formulated schedule. Basketball is the major sport in all these

twelve schools, although football, baseball and track come in for their

share of honors. In the early part of the year the athletic committee,

composed of Arthur S. Postle, chairman, M. V. Thrush and Judson Siddal

made out a basketball schedule whereby every team in the county should

play every other team. This was to hold for girls' teams as well as for

boys' teams. Six county referees were hired to officiate at the games.

The committee is making out the schedule tried to arrange so that every

school would have half its games at home and half away from home and

in so far as possible the games to alternate one at home and one away

from home on succeeding Friday nights. All teams of the county agreed

to join the Ohio Athletic Association and to be governed by the rules of

that body in all contests.


A spirit of friendly rivalry prevailed among the schools. Never was

a basketball season so characterized by good-sportsmanship as the season

of 1924-1925. The participating teams to a man showed themselves to be

good winners or good losers as the case might be. Visiting teams were

considered as guests of the home teams and given every consideration for

their comfort. Probably no one factor has brought the embers of the

different communities together so well as the county schedule and tourna-

ment. May the county schedule games and the tournament long be a per-

manent part of the county school organization.


Bellpoint, last year's and this year's state champions, showed during

the progress of the county league games that they were going to be again

the strong team that they were last year. They finished first in the

league, winning all their games. Hyatts, with an almost green team this

year, came under the wire second, exhibiting in all their earlier games a

fast brand of basketball. It is their proud boast that they even led the

Bellpoint team in the first half of the Bellpoint-Hyatts game by a three

point margin.


Orange, placing third in the league, showed the first fast team from

that school in history. Small, unseasoned and inexperienced, they devel-

oped into one of the fastest and best passing teams of the county.


The County Schedule was a success in every way this year, furnishing

motivation for good healthy exercise on the part of the pupils, supplying

capital for the schools to equip their teams and renew their libraries and

such, and building up in every school that school spirit so necessary for

the successful school.
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Boys' Basketball Tournament


February twenty-seventh and twenty-eighth, in Edward's Gymnasium was held

the Delaware County Tournament. Every one of the twelve centralized high schools

had their team entered for the annual tilt. Bellpoint was, of course, picked as a prob-

able winner but the matter of the runner-up was not so easy to guess. Hyatts was

favored to come back to the District Tournament as the County's other representative,

since this team had finished second in the league standing. Orange and Ostrander

were considered strong contenders for the second honors.


The drawing for places took place in Coach Gauthier's office. Each superintend-

ent hoped to draw for his team one of the boys which necessarily would come in the

first round came when Sunbury eliminated the Hyatts team. The Hyatts bunch had

These teams went into the second round of the tournament without playing a game.


Galena and Radnor started off the classic with the first game. There never was

any doubt of the outcome of the game, Galena easily taking and holding the lead.

Bellpoint was playing Powell at the same time on the other court. Powell put up a

game scrap against their superior opponents but could hardly hope to cope with the

speedy red team. Bellpoint easily won. The only upset of the dope bucket of the

first round came when Sunbury eliminated the Hyatts team. The Hyatts bunch had

been handicapped by sickness and seemed unable to find themselves and get going

throughout the whole game. Ostrander took an easy game from Berlin to complete

the first round games.


Brown and Center Village, both drawers of byes, started off the second round

Friday night. The Brown basketeers easily took the Harlem township lads into camp.

At the same time Bellpoint was downing the fighting Galena organization. Galena

gave Bellpoint the hardest run perhaps that the champions had throughout the tourna-

ment but even at that had the score more than doubled on them. Ostrander and Sun-

bury fought one of the best games of the tournament, the west county team however de-

feating that from the east. Orange won from Ashley by a small margin.


In the first game of the semi-finals the seasoned Bellpoint aggregation doubled

the score on the Brown five. The lads from Kilbourne showed a good brand of bas-

ketball however considering their showing earlier in the season. Ostrander won the

right to play in the final game by downing Orange in one of the good games of the

series.


The final game between Bellpoint and Ostrander was a faster game than the score

would indicate. Ostrander entered the game with vim and determination and demon-

strated beyond a doubt their right to come back to the district tournament. Their

chances to down the champions were hopeless however. Bellpoint dropped in long

baskets that will seemingly and at time showed fine passwork in bringing the ball

down to their end of the floor for sucker shots. The game proved Bellpoint's claim

to be another champion team.


In the District Tournament at Delaware Ostrander fell by the wayside leaving

Bellpoint to win that tournament and later the State Tournament at Columbus. The

county is proud to have produced a team that has twice carried off the highest honors

of the state. Congratulations to the Bellpoint squad and to their coach, Mr. Zimmer.


Below follows a summary of the scores and games of the County Tournament:

FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND

Galena 20 Brown 28

Radnor 9 Center 10

Bellpoint 43 Galena 17

Powell 10 Bellpoint 40

Sunbury 16 Sunbury 15

Hyatts 10 Ostrander 21

Berlin 6 Ashley 10

Ostrander 14 Orange 13

THIRD ROUND

Brown 22

Bellpoint 44

Ostrander 23

Orange 19


FINALS

Bellpoint 44

Ostrander 16

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Bellpoint -- County and State Champions

[photo] STATE CHAMPIONS

McMillan, Captain, Macklin

Butts, Moore

Dulin

Dewey, Thomas

Beam, Cox
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Bellpoint -- County and State Champions

______________________


With all but two of last year's Championship team back and with an

abundance of good material to fill these vacancies, Bellpoint bid well to

repeat her last year's record of consecutive victories. The team was

greatly handicapped by illness but managed to run all their scheduled

games and entered the Tri-State Tournament at Cincinnati. Here they

were defeated in the fourth round of play. Not to be dismayed they set-

tled down to work for the State Tournament and handily won the County

and District title for the third consecutive year and the State title for the

second. In the two years' playing, 66 games were won and 1 lost. Mc-

Millen, Macklin, Thomas Moore, Cox and Bean are playing their last year.

Prospects for next year's team are not as encouraging as last year but

nevertheless the team should be heard from in County cirlces.


Games other than the County schedule and tournament are as follows:


B.H.S. 43 Canal Winchester 13

35 Cardington 7

32 Columbus East 30

35 London 9

33 Plattsburg 28

29 London 15

53 Plattsburg 16

42 Washington C.H. 16

Tri State Tournament

19 Cincinnati Withrow 9

22 New Port Ky. 11

24 Cincinnati Woodward 16

15 Logansport, Ind 16

Central District

51 Chesterville 14

28 Granville 17

37 Granview 20

38 Marysville 14 (semi)

42 Mt. Gilead (final)

State

24 Carrollton 17

35 Glenford 12 (semi)

42 Oberlin 24 (final)
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[photo]

Ashley, Capt. Haughn

[photo]

Brown, Capt. Gephart
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[photo]

Hyatts, Capt. Evans

[photo]

Radnor, Capt. Morris
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[photo]

Center Village, Capt. Wenger

[photo]

Ostrander, Capt. Winston]
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[photo]

Berlin, Capt. Dunham

[photo]

Orange, Capt. Bagley
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[photo]

Powell, Capt. McKitrick


[photo]

Galena
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Sunbury Boys' Basketball

[photo]

We enjoy a certain degree of pleasure when we review the basketball season of

1924-25. During this season the Sunbury boys played twenty-two games and won

sixteen. They scored 532 points to their opponent's 380. Their average was 728 per-

cent.


The following are members of the squad: Boyd Hoskinson at lg., was very reliable

in guarding his zone, good in recovering the ball and passing it out for fast offense.

His place will be hard to fill.


Russell Weiss was fast, heady, and a good shot. He was above the average when

it came to passing, for his passes were well timed. Weiss made all-county guard.


Our right forward was Ralph Piper, Capt. He was one of our main cagers. He

was alert in breaking for the open, and usually managed to cut under the basket at the

right time.


Probably no player on the team was as versatile as Walter Weiser. Walter could

adapt himself to the different methods of offense and defense with ease. Weiser put

up a great game against Galena and Hyatts as right guard.


Harold White, our center, was close and aggressive at guarding. He was one of

the main factors which put the vim and punch in the Sunbury offense.


Burrell Patrick showed marked ability as a guard. He was alert in recovering

the ball, and used good judgment in passing, and has good form in shooting.


Ernest Fivaz played center and forward. Ernest has the abilities and qualities

of a good basketball player. In the Bellpoint game his guarding floor work and passing

was above the average.


Altho Owen Meredith seldom played on the first team, yet by his alertness and

speed he was a very valuable man on the squad.


We can also appreciate the efforts of other second team men, such as Fivaz,

Whitney, Lee, Beaver, Fontanelle, Van Auken and Burrer.
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County Schedule Games


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Date Winner Loser Score Place Referee


Nov. 7 Bellpoint Powell 55- 5 Bellpoint Barnhart

Nov. 7 Brown Center V. 25- 3 Brown McNamara

Nov. 7 Galena Radnor 22- 6 Radnor Crist

Nov. 7 Hyatts Sunbury 18-16 Hyatts Shively

Nov. 7 Orange Ashley 27-12 Ashley Waldorf

Nov. 7 Ostrander Berlin 24-14 Berlin Hall

Nov. 14 Bellpoint Sunbury 36-12 Sunbury Waldorf

Nov. 14 Berlin Center V. 29- 7 Center V. Hall

Nov. 14 Hyatts Powell 30- 1 Galena Crist

Nov. 14 Galena Radnor 24- 8 Radnor Shively

Nov. 14 Orange Brown 41-13 Orange McNamara

Nov. 14 Ostrander Ashley 19-11 Ashley Barnhart

Nov. 21 Bellpoint Center V. (F) 2- 0 Center V. Barnhart

Nov. 21 Berlin Radnor 19- 8 Berlin Crist

Nov. 21 Brown Ostrander 23-14 Brown Hall

Nov. 21 Hyatts Ashley 30-24 Hyatts Waldorf

Nov. 21 Orange Powell 29-14 Powell Shively

Nov. 21 Sunbury Galena 22-11 Sunbury VanAlstyne

Dec. 5 Ashley Radnor 12-11 Ashley Shively

Dec. 5 Bellpoint Berlin 37-21 Bellpoint Waldorf

Dec. 5 Galena Brown 25-22 Galena Barnhart

Dec. 5 Hyatts Center V. 13- 7 Center V. McNamara

Dec. 5 Orange Ostrander 21-19 Orange Crist

Dec. 5 Sunbury Powell 29-21 Powell Hall

Dec. 12 Bellpoint Orange 22- 8 Bellpoint Crist

Dec. 12 Brown Ashley 36-22 Brown Waldorf

Dec. 12 Galena Berlin 11- 5 Galena Shively

Dec. 12 Hyatts Powell 36- 4 Hyatts McNamara

Dec. 12 Ostrander Center V. 21- 1 Ostrander Barnhart

Dec. 12 Sunbury Radnor 25-24 Radnor Hall

Dec. 19 Ashley Center V. 24- 9 Ashley McNamara

Dec. 19 Bellpoint Ostrander 15-11 Ostrander Waldorf

Dec. 19 Berlin Powell 31-13 Berlin Shively

Dec. 19 Brown Radnor 9- 8 Radnor Barnhart

Dec. 19 Hyatts Galena 16-12 Galena Hall

Dec. 19 Orange Sunbury 27-17 Sunbury Crist

Jan. 9 Bellpoint Galena 27-12 Bellpoint McNamara

Jan. 9 Hyatts Brown 22-11 Brown Hall

Jan. 9 Orange Berlin 23-20 Orange Shively

Jan. 9 Ostrander Sunbury 19-14 Ostrander Crist

Jan. 9 Powell Ashley 24-10 Powell Hall

Jan. 9 Radnor Center V. 15-13 Center V. Waldorf

Jan. 16 Bellpoint Radnor 37-17 Radnor McNamara

Jan. 16 Berlin Ashley 34-14 Berlin Crist

Jan. 16 Brown Powell 21-16 Powell Waldorf

Jan. 16 Galena Ostrander 19-16 Ostrander Shively

Jan. 16 Hyatts Orange 33-14 Hyatts Barnhart

Jan. 16 Sunbury Center V. 26- 4 Sunbury Hall

Jan. 16 Bellpoint Ashley 25-22 Bellpoint Waldorf

Jan. 16 Galena Center V. 18- 8 Center V. Shively

Jan. 23 Hyatt Berlin 32-15 Berlin Hall

Jan. 23 Orange Radnor 30-18 Orange Barnhart

Jan. 23 Ostrander Powell 28- 8 Powell McNamara

Jan. 23 Sunbury Brown 22-15 Brown Crist

Jan. 30 Galena Orange 18-11 Galena Waldorf

Jan. 30 Ostrander Radnor 37-13 Ostrander Hall

Feb. 6 Sunbury Ashley 35-21 Ashley Crist
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County Schedule Games


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Date Winner Loser Score Place Referee


Feb. 6 Bellpoint Hyatts 34-15 Hyatts Waldorf

Feb. 6 Berlin Brown 25-19 Berlin Barnhart

Feb. 6 Orange Center V. 32- 5 Orange McNamara

Feb. 6 Powell Radnor 20-18 Radnor Waldorf

Feb. 13 Ashley Galena 26-24 Ashley Shively

Feb. 13 Bellpoint Brown 46-19 Brown Hall

Feb. 13 Sunbury Berlin 19-17 Sunbury Barnhart

Feb. 13 Powell Center V. 18- 9 Powell Hall

Feb. 13 Ostrander Hyatts 16-12 Hyatts Crist


____________


Standing in County League together with games won and lost:


Team Games Won Games Lost Percentage


Bellpoint 11 0 1000

Hyatts 9 2 818

Orange 8 3 727

Sunbury 7 4 636

Galena 7 4 636

Ostrander 7 4 636

Berlin 5 6 454

Brown 5 6 454

Ashley 3 8 272

Powell 3 8 272

Radnor 1 10 091

Center V. 0 11 000


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Total number of games in the County Schedule 132

Total number of points made by winners 1666.

Total number of points made by losers 845.


Points made by: Made by opponents: Exceeds opponents by:


Bellpoint 336 ................ 142 ................ 194

Hyatts 251 ................... 161 ................ 90

Orange 263 ................... 191 ................ 72

Sunbury 237 .................. 213 ................ 24

Berlin 230 ................... 207 ................ 23

Ostrander 224 ................ 151 ................ 73

Brown 211 .................... 244 ................ minus 33

Galena 202 ................... 160 ................ 42

Ashley 198 ................... 274 ................ minus 76

Radnor 146 ................... 248 ................ minus 102

Powell 144 ................... 296 ................ minus 152

Center V. 66 ................. 223 ................ minus 157
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Girls' County Tournament

_________________


A County Tournament was held for the girls' teams of the county this year at

the same time and in connection with the boys' tournament. The tournament was

managed by Coach Gauthier of Ohio Wesleyan and was held in Edward's Gymnasium

of that school. Every one of the twelve county high schools had an entry.


There were four byes placed in the first round of games and Brown, Ashley,

Powell and Orange were the lucky teams, all going into the second round of games

without having to play.


The very first game was a complete upset of the dope when Center Village, after

showing up rather poorly in the county schedule, eliminated the fast Radnor team by

a margin of one point. Berlin and Bellpoint, the other two outstanding teams, came

through the first round successfully. Also Hyatts by defeating Ostrander, though

overwhelmed by that team in a scheduled game two weeks previous to the tournament,

won their way to the second round.


The second round was full of surprises. Brown defeated Ashley by two points.

Then the scrappy Center Village team defeated Berlin by a seven point margin. Ber-

lin had been picked by many to win the tournament. Efficient guarding and the

shooting of the tall center on the Harlem Township team dashed the hopes of Berlin.

The third game of this round was yet the greatest surprise of all. Bellpoint, last

year's champions and the leader in the county league this year, was forced to bow to

defeat under the fierce offensive of the Hyatts girls. In this game Hyatts first showed

the speed that was destined to win for them the cup. In the last game of the round

Powell defeated Orange in a slow game.


The third round, or semi-finals saw the defeat of the plucky Center Village team,

that had downed two formidable foes, by the Brown team. Hyatts easily won from

the Powell delegation.


In the final game in the evening the regulars of the Hyatts team failed to appear

when the game was called. One regular and three substitutes, four in all, were all

Coach Postle had on hand to start the game. Against such a representation Brown

started their scoring machine working and by the end of the first quarter had run up

a half dozen points while Hyatts had failed to mark. By the second quarter the miss-

ing Hyatts players had appeared and were at once enlisted in the fight. By the end

of the half Hyatts was trailing by one point only Brown failing to score again. The

end of the game saw the Hyatts basketeers leading by the safe margin of five points

and carrying the coveted cup to a resting place in the Hyatts archives.


_______________


GIRLS TOURNAMENT


FIRST ROUND SECOND ROUND THIRD ROUND FINALS


Center V. 8 Brown 9 Brown 11 Brown 6

Radnor 7 Ashley 7 Center V. 5 Hyatts 11

Berlin 10 Center V. 10 Hyatts 14

Galena 5 Berlin 3 Powell 4

Sunbury 3 Bellpoint 8

Bellpoint 8 Hyatts 10

Hyatts 11 Powell 7

Ostrander 2 Orange 4
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[photo] COUNTY CHAMPIONS

"HAY-I-" POOLE, "BEE" MACOMBER - CAPTAIN, "LIB" TAYLOR

"JIGGS" SMITH, "CHARLIE" PENRY

"OLEY" SHEETS, "LADY" JONES, "MICK" WRIGHT
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[corresponds to page Ninety-Four]


Result of Girls' County Schedule Games


Date Winner Loser Score Place Referee


Nov. 7 Ashley Orange 8- 1 Ashley Waldorf

Nov. 7 Bellpoint Powell 15- 4 Bellpoint Barnhart

Nov. 7 Berlin Ostrander (F) 2- 0 Berlin Hall

Nov. 7 Brown Center V. 8- 5 Brown McNamara

Nov. 7 Hyatts Sunbury 19- 4 Hyatts Shively

Nov. 7 Radnor Galena 6- 5 Radnor Crist

Nov. 14 Ashley Ostrander 18- 2 Ashley Barnhart

Nov. 14 Bellpoint Sunbury 10- 3 Sunbury Waldorf

Nov. 14 Berlin Center V. 16- 7 Center V. Hall

Nov. 14 Brown Orange 11- 3 Orange McNamara

Nov. 14 Galena Powell 5- 4 Galena Crist

Nov. 14 Radnor Hyatts 11- 9 Radnor Shively

Nov. 21 Bellpoint Center V. (F) 2- 0 Center V. Barnhart

Nov. 21 Berlin Radnor 15- 5 Berlin Crist

Nov. 21 Brown Ostrander 7- 4 Brown Hall

Nov. 21 Hyatts Ashley 10- 4 Hyatts Waldorf

Nov. 21 Orange Powell 8- 5 Powell Shively

Nov. 21 Sunbury Galena 8- 5 Sunbury VanAlstyne

Dec. 5 Bellpoint Berlin 14-10 Bellpoint Waldorf

Dec. 5 Brown Galena 10- 9 Galena Barnhart

Dec. 5 Center V. Hyatts 11- 9 Center V. McNamara

Dec. 5 Orange Ostrander 10- 1 Orange Crist

Dec. 5 Powell Sunbury 12- 5 Powell Hall

Dec. 5 Radnor Ashley 14-13 Ashley Shively

Dec. 12 Ashley Brown 14-12 Brown Waldorf

Dec. 12 Bellpoint Orange 17- 2 Bellpoint Crist

Dec. 12 Berlin Galena 15- 9 Galena Shively

Dec. 12 Center V. Ostrander 16- 6 Ostrander Waldorf

Dec. 12 Hyatts Powell 9- 0 Hyatts McNamara

Dec. 12 Radnor Sunbury 14- 2 Radnor Hall

Dec. 19 Bellpoint Ostrander 22- 1 Ostrander Waldorf

Dec. 19 Berlin Powell 14- 2 Berlin Shively

Dec. 19 Center V. Ashley 8- 3 Ashley McNamara

Dec. 19 Hyatts Galena 7- 4 Galena Hall

Dec. 19 Orange Sunbury Sunbury Crist

Dec. 19 Radnor Brown 18- 5 Radnor Barnhart

Jan. 9 Bellpoint Galena 12- 6 Galena McNamara

Jan. 9 Hyatts Brown 9- 5 Brown Hall

Jan. 9 Ostrander Sunbury 5- 3 Ostrander Crist

Jan. 9 Orange Berlin 12-11 Orange Shively

Jan. 9 Powell Ashley 10- 5 Powell Hall

Jan. 9 Radnor Center V. 12- 6 Center V. Waldorf

Jan. 16 Bellpoint Radnor 17-15 Radnor McNamara

Jan. 16 Berlin Ashley 9- 5 Berlin Crist

Jan. 16 Galena Ostrander 4- 3 Ostrander Shively
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Result of Girls' County Schedule Games


Date Winner Loser Score Place Referee


Jan. 16 Orange Hyatts 6- 4 Hyatts Barnhart

Jan. 16 Sunbury Center V. 5- 3 Sunbury Hall

Jan. 16 Powell Brown (F) 2- 0 Powell Waldorf

Jan. 23 Ashley Bellpoint 10- 5 Bellpoint Waldorf

Jan. 23 Berlin Hyatts 20- 2 Berlin Hall

Jan. 23 Brown Sunbury 8- 3 Brown Crist

Jan. 23 Center V. Galena 11- 6 Center V. Shively

Jan. 23 Powell Ostrander 7- 4 Powell McNamara

Jan. 23 Radnor Orange 17- 7 Orange Barnhart

Jan. 30 Orange Galena 2- 0 Galena Waldorf

Jan. 30 Radnor Ostrander 11-10 Ostrander Hall

Feb. 6 Ashley Sunbury 11- 9 Ashley Crist

Feb. 6 Bellpoint Hyatts 13- 8 Hyatts Waldorf

Feb. 6 Berlin Brown 21-10 Berlin Barnhart

Feb. 6 Center V. Orange 6- 4 Orange McNamara

Feb. 6 Radnor Powell 13- 2 Radnor Waldorf

Feb. 13 Ashley Galena (F) 2- 0 Ashley Shively

Feb. 13 Bellpoint Brown 15- 8 Brown McNamara

Feb. 13 Berlin Sunbury 10- 9 Sunbury Barnhart

Feb. 13 Center V. Powell 11- 7 Powell Hall

Feb. 13 Ostrander Hyatts 9- 4 Hyatts Crist


________________

STANDING

Team Games Won Games Lost Percentage

Bellpoint 10 1 911

Berlin 9 2 818

Radnor 9 2 818

Ashley 6 5 545

Center Village 6 5 545

Orange 6 5 545

Brown 5 6 454

Hyatts 5 6 454

Powell 4 7 363

Galena 2 9 181

Ostrander 2 9 181

Sunbury 2 9 181
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[photo] ASHLEY, Capt. Rebo

BELLPOINT, Capt. Smart
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[photo] CENTER VILLAGE, Capt. Edwards

POWELL, Capt. Bohlander
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[photo: BROWN, Capt. Nelson.

OSTRANDER, Capt. Smart.
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[corresponds to page Ninety-Nine]


[photo]

BERLIN

ORANGE, Capt. Evans
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[photo]

RADNOR

GALENA
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[photo] Sunbury Girls' Basketball Team


We are little but mighty--a team composed almost en-

tirely of inexperienced girls from the Freshmen and Soph-

omore classes. We were able to hold down veteran teams

of near giants, to very close scores. So far from being

ashamed of our record we are proud of our score books

(especially the backs of old letters that were used for the

first game.)


A team of fighters, playing for the love of the game,

and taking our whippings without a murmur, we'll blow our

horn if no one else will.


Just watch our step next year.
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Ashley

[photo] Football

[photo] Track

[photo] Track
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[drawing] ACTIVITIES


From the fireside of that little

brick house on East William Street,

where his widowed mother instilled

within the boy the modesty that grac-

ed him, where his devoted sister coach-

ed him in his studies, Rutherford B.

Hayes rose to the highest and most

honored position in this land, the

Presidency of the United States. Such

is the opportunity of every student

in Delaware County.
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County Orators

[photos]

Ed Griffith, Berlin, Ed. Humes, Brown, B. McCumber, Hyatts, L. Kellar, Ostrander

G. O'Connell, Radnor, M. Dennis, Ashley, V. Meyers, Center Village, M. Biggs, Galena

M. Phinney, Orange, M. Thomas, Powell, M. Hayes, Sunbury, H. VanGundy, Bellepoint

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County Oratorical Contest


Again the world is saved for another year. That is, if said world

will accept and put in practice the advice of the twelve budding orators

who dispensed the truth concerning the great problems of the universe at

the annual oratorical contest held in Gray Chapel, Friday evening, April

24, 1925.


There is no star too distant for our ambitious high school student to

attempt to lasso and harness to his oratorical wagon; no grandiloquent

utterance of a statesman, laboring under the stress of tragic events, that

he can not use for harness. And yet when we look over the subjects of

the orations and listen to the pleas of these effervescent young people, we

realize that their ardor is the ardor of those who have not been chilled

by the cold indifference of standpatism, and their candor, the candor of

those who believe, in their innocence, that the truth will make men free.


The contest was a close one. By rankings, Henrietta Van Gundy of

Bellepoint School tied with Beatrice McCumber of Hyatts for first place.

Only by referring to the percentage markings of the judges could this tie

be broken. This plan gave Miss McCumber first place and Miss Van

Gundy second. Mason Hayes of Sunbury took third place. There was

not a wide range in grades, from highest to lowest; all handled their sub-

jects very creditably.


Miss McCumber's oration was entitled "Legalized Murder," and was

an appealing plea for the abondment of capital punishment in Ohio. We

will stand aside and let the orator herself speak. "It is almost unbeliev-

able that we can live in the twentieth century, in a so called Christian

state, in the center of a Christian country and yet renounce all Christian

teachings to the extent that we, as a state take into our hands that ven-

geance which is God's alone. For 'Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord.'

It must be hard for the chaplain of the penitentiary to try to soothe the

condemned man by telling him that "God is love' and that thru Christ,

all sins may be forgiven; when the laws of Ohio will not forgive, nor

even give the man the rest of his natural lifetime to make his peace with

God. Christ, the Great Teacher, once had occasion to say 'he who is with-

out sin among you, let him first cast a stone.' What would Christ's stand

be toward capital punishment, were he an Ohio citizen today?" * * *

"Yet so long as we sanction the present law we are joint executioners

along with the one who actually does the killing. If we believe in Ohio,

and I'm sure we do, we will want it to be the fairest and cleanest state in

the union and a state to be proud of. To do that each one of us must

bring our influence to bear thru the home, the club, the school, the church

and the ballot, to remove from the future pages of Ohio's history that

stain of legalized murder, known as capital punishment."


And when we remember that all of the orations were on this high

plane of earnest thinking why should we worry about our young people--

more power to them.


In spite of the closeness of the contest there was very general satis-

faction with the result and the whole county congratulates Miss McCumber

upon her success and Hyatts school upon its product.
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Ashley Agricultural Class


[photo]


Agriculture


________


Smith-Hughes Agriculture is rapidly gaining in favor in the state as is shown

by the number of applications that are received annually for new departments. There

are now 154 departments in the state with a total enrollment of 3,900 boys; and plans

now under way will increase the number of departments to 200 for the coming school

year.


Twenty-five boys enrolled in the department at Ashley last Fall. The vocational

course consists of one year courses in each of the following: Animal Husbandry,

Farm Crops and Horticulture, Farm engineering, Farm Shop, elected generally in the

Sophomore year. One and one-fourth credits are given for each course except Farm

Shop.


The Smith-Hughes judging team, Merlin Martin, Curtis Martin, Marvin Hack,

and Blaine Bishop maintained the formes record of Ashley in the State Judging Con-

test at the State Fair. They won second place competing with one hundred Smith

Hughes teams and received $100.00 and a beautiful pennant as a prize. This makes

second place five years in succession and third place the first year. The Club judging

team, Curtis Martin, Marvin Hack and Blaine Bishop won the club judging contest

at the International Livestock Show at Chicago during the first week of December.
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Ashley Stock Judging Group

[photo]

Agriculture


Enthusiasm has run high in club work at Ashley. Lawrence Bishop, Martin

Hack, and Clifford Dray each won trips to the International as prizes in the Pig Club.

Malavon Dennis, Helen Martin and Mary Hurlow won trips to Chicago as prize win-

ners in the girls sewing club.


Mr. Hugh Bishop accompanied the local instructor to Chicago and assisted in

caring for the group of twelve that represented Ashley at the International. They

joined the 1500 other boys and girls from all over the United States and Canada and

had one of the busiest weeks of their lives.


The Community is to be congratulated on making possible this trip and showing

such a wonderful spirit of corporation by uniting the various community agencies to

make the trip possible. The boys and girls had the opportunity of hearing men of

wealth, industry, and influence talked in terms of things international in scope and

surely gave them a broader vision of accomplishing things worth while. All this

should result in more concentrated effort, even in their High School work.
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[photo]

ASHLEY
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Bellpoint Orchestra


[photo] ORCHESTRA--Chlorine Butts, Piano; Dorothy Robinson, Fern Moore, Violins; Gladys

Ropp, Saxophone; Robert Butts, Drums; Russell Dunlap, Trumpet; Edwin Owen,

Cornet; William Webster, Clarinet; Eloise Piersol, Trombone.]


OPERETTA--"The Toreadors" Jan. 27

Cast of Characters


Benita ..................................... Edna Maie Andrews

Juanita ....................................... Eloise Piersol

Senor Dictorio ............................... Harold McMillen

Juan ........................................... Marion Thomas

Pablo ........................................ William Macklin

Senor Swateo ..................................... Frank Dewey

Senor Whackeo .................................. Stanley Moore

Dolores ........................................ Dorothy Young

Maria .................................... Henrietta Van Gundy


SENIOR PLAY -- "A KENTUCKY BELLE"

Cast of Characters


Miss Mariah Douglass ............................................ Gertrude Aldrich

Isabel, her niece ............................................ Henrietta Van Gundy

Marie, friend of Isabel ........................................... Margaret Jones

Colonel William McMillen ........................................... Stanley Moore

John Cason Gordon .................................................. Marion Thomas

Dr. Blake ........................................................ Harold McMillen

Miss Madden, trained nurse ........................................ Gladys Andrews

Four Telephone Linemen .. William Heath, Dean Phillips, Frederick Cox, Harold Bean

Cindy ........................................................ Catherine Patingale

Henry ............................................................ William Macklin

Jane, friend of Isabel .............................................. Gladys Heath

Mrs. Gordon ........................................................... Edna Heath

Miss Gordon .......................................................... Reba Rhodes
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Berlin Activities

[photo] Berlin Orchestra

[photo] Domestic Science
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BERLIN
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Galena Organizations

[photo]

Philaephonean Literary Society

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Willisonian Literary Society

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11 Squad
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GALENA
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Time Table


7:59 Alarm clock rings, Janitor Cow comes to the school house and puts out the fire.

8:00 All town boys eager for knowledge appear on the school ground to play basketball and wake

the neighbors.

8:02 Country kid wagons swing into action. Cletha carries on extensive flirtation with Harold

as kid wagon passes Hales.

8:05 Henry Bonnett soundly sleeping.

8:10 Janitor starts victrola and again makes rounds, to be sure the fires are all out.

8:15 Albert Wood finishes feeding the cows and goes into breakfast (That's a little early).

8:30 Harold rings first bell while watching Martha Fuller arrive at school building--pleased

to know she isn't late.

8:40 Habitual early birds arrive: Debolt, Wap, Fat, Box Car--a hot rook game ensues.

8:45 Henry still slumbers.

8:50 Blanche Jones starts to school post haste (she arrived just after Caesar class).

8:51 Lemard and Kelley kick the last cow good bye and bearly miss kid wagon.

8:52 Jim Vance is called the fifth time for breakfast.

8:53 Chet rings up Bill's cash register for $5 (for pin money).

8:54 Aloma having finished breakfast grabs last burnt match, pencils eyebrows while

vociferously chewing Wrigleys.

8:55 Tom Goff sees Ruth McClure coming to the school house, so does Ralph, Jim likewise

perhaps Lemard.

8:56 Mary Platt gets off kid wagon on square for the usual thing--nothing.

8:57 Jim spills his Glo Co. and kicks a hole in the wall. Refuses to eat breakfast, takes

spite out on Ford on way to school.

8:58 Jerry tells Fat how to play Rook.

8:59 Clyde stops at barber shop to get two misplaced whiskers shaved--full price is exacted by
Coxy.

8:59 1/2 Seventeen girls and nine boys remove hats and coats in hall. Everybody checks up on
pencils.

9:00 Student rings bell, Mr. Johnson swallows last pancake whole, grabs hat and makes a dash

for the school house.

9:02 Dorothy Ware pretends she can't hear Caesar question. Roll is called, absentees, Windy,
Lotten,Tuller and Whitney.

9:03 The Genoa kid wagon is successfully anchored on the lab steps.

9:30 In French--Elle est si jolie se douce! Si blonde! ell n'y a presque plus de blonds;
et des yenx!

Chet becomes confused resorts to his thumb.

9:44 Henry arrives in French class so does Bob--they wouldn't let him work in the restaurant.

9:45 Seniors snooze.

9:50 Paul comes to life and cleans pipe.

9:55 Seniors in near vicinity slowly recover from "near asphyxiation."

9:60 Fourth book agent appears and the twenty-seventh reported missing.

10:15 Mrs. Johnson catches Shink Wood reading "Grimes Fairy Tales."

10:16 Lemard Lotten with all the airs of a perfume factory expounds the evils of "Shakespeare
Plays."

Says True Story is good enough for him. (Mrs. Johnson agrees March 27, 1999).

10:35 Seniors get to American Democracy in time to get 10 off!

10:36 Mrs. Johnson breaks up a heated dispute concerning farmers wealth, gives five "flat
zeroes."

10:40 Arel interrupts class by telling Mrs. Johnson where she can get a perfectly gorgeous
antique chest for only $150.

10:50 Backward seniors accompany the Juniors to French--Always writing out their French
sentences for them.

11:00 Mr. Johnson faithfully struggles to teach the wherefores of, sum esse fui, but alas all
Kelley ever learns is Amo, Amas, Amat.

11:15 The Sophomores insist that Napoleon and Hanibal were really cowards and that Queen Eliza-

beth was too smart.

11:30 Chet begins to think about the restaurant.

11:35 Everybody begins to feel empty.

11:45 Chet's hunger becomes intense, resorts to his thumb again. How extra ordinarily handy.

11:59 Freshmen and other feeble minded ones have to be reminded second time to put away their

books for lunch.

12:00 Ralph reaches Ruth. A mad rush for the rook tables at the barber shop--and a free for all

among seniors for the pool room to light up.

12:10 Pipes are laid away. Everybody goes to hash.

12:15 Tom rushes to school building--Ruth not present--former assumes hard boiled looks and

paces the floor.

12:16 Hilda and Floyd begin recession. Mary and Kelley do too. Social good times ensues.

12:16 1/2 Lone faculty member appears.

12:16 3/4 Social good time disensues.

12:30 Jawbreakers are rapidly consumed at Vernons.

12:45 Some villian flavors the water tank--the boys drink freely.

1:00 Freedom of speech ceases.

1:15 Floyd Shaw again tells us how smart he is in Algebra--Oh well, some one had to.

1:30 Chet copies Algebra problems at the rate of ten a minute.

1:45 Etta Barker goes home with pain in head--10th ailment she has developed today.

2:00 Mr. Hough succeeds in putting half his physics class to sleep. Spends rest of the period
admiring

the new part in his hair. Everyone pronounces it charming.

2:15 Mrs. Johnson in upper class room hears terrific rumblings, proves to the crumbling of jaw

breakers. (10 off again) Oh! what's the use.

2:45 Exercise records disappear. We all gamble on the green.

3:15 Juniors take "time out" to make plans for Charity Ball.

3:30 Mr. Johnson promises for the 90,000th time to return our Sept. test papers.

3:32 Asks us to kindly be more quiet.

3:33 Demands that we all "Shut Up"!

3:34 Springs a snap quiz in American Lit. Signs a fifty page lesson.

3:35 And tells us to "GIT FER HOME"!
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CENTER VILLAGE
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Kilbourne Boy Scout Troop No. 1, 1924-25


Kilbourne Troop No. 1, Boy Scouts of America, entered upon its second year in

scouting in February, 1924 with the same zest which characterized its action when

organized in the same month of 1923. Some 40 boys had had training during the year

and in the reorganization, seniors in high school dropped out and seventh grade boys

entered, the troop starting with 32 boys for the second year. The four patrols com-

peted twice during the year in points scored in tests and good turns performed. The

Lions and Foxes shared honors in the events. The program for the year in addition to

the prescribed scoutcraft included weekly meetings for fun and work, a summer camp

for 15 members some distance from home, a Lyceum course of five numbers financed

and arranged for the community, a leading part in an Athletic Badge Contest for the

School, demonstrations of flag etiquette and first aid work for community gatherings,

participation in patriotic celebrations, guest meetings for mothers and fathers, hikes

and attendance at the Columbus Scout Circus. The Citizens' Scout Committee and

School officials have endorsed the work for the third year and 30 boys from the sixth

grade to the juniors in High School have signed enrollment blanks for 1925-26.
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A Girl Scout Fair Tale


Once upon a time there was a little Girl Scout Troop. Now, as every wise person

must surely know, the Girl Scouts are very near kin to the fairies. The fairies have

a good queen whom they adore, but the Girl Scouts have a captain, to whom they tell

their joys and woes and whom they too adore.


Oh! but I've made a big mistake. This merry troop is no longer little. It has

leaped from a dwarf of eight members to a giant of twenty-four scouts in a truly

miraculous fashion. But although it is larger, it is still the happiest, thriftiest, friend-

liest, busiest, and most useful Scout Troop in the whole, wide world.


These Girl Scouts have a way about them of making a game of all their work,

so if you would hear them tell it you would think that they were always playing.

But they really brighten their corner of this jolly old world a great deal.


Of course it is a heap easier for any one to be gay in the spring, let alone Fairies

and Girl Scouts. Therefore the jocund troop has settled down to good hard work on

tests. Already there have been many pins earned. So now we will leave them, and

perhaps some other time I will have another happy tale to tell about the Gay Girl Scout

Troop of Kilbourne.


Butterflies and

Busy Bees.
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BROWN
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Hyatts Organizations


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XL Literary Society Double Quartett Leonidas Literary Society




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[photo] Orange




Lincoln Literary Society


Sec'y Kenneth Fickel Pres. Mary Boyd V. Pres. Richard Joslin


Philomathean Literary Society

Pres. Edgar Bagley Sec'y Agnes Clymer


Orange Literary Societies


When the Freshmen entered High School and found they were to participate in

literary societies they resented the fact to a small degree but through the assurance

and help of the older and more experience students they went in and showed their

hidden abilities to an increasing advantage. As entertainers in the musical line there

were a few outstanding individuals. In fact when the time came for the last literaries

we think the Freshmen really were looking for more worlds to conquer.


Such is the aim of our literary societies--not to be drudges but pleasures to per-

formers and others that listen and get help and instruction from what they hear.

After each program we had a critic who was rather severe on loafers but those that

deserved praise got it which encouraged them to go even farther and earn more suc-

cesses in the future.


Among the outstanding features in the course of the literaries were two debates.

One was "Resolved, that capital punishment should be abolished" another was "Re-

solved, that the city is the best place for a child to grow up." These were well de-

livered and interesting. Our debate teams were said by many to be equal to previous

county teams.
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Orange


Orange High School has been rapidly progressing in all literary line due to hard

work and good coaching by Supt. Southwick. Orange won both county debates. The

affirmative team from Hyatts, 3-0, the negative team from Bellpoint, 2-1 on the

question of the League of Nations. As there will not be any debates this year we

will not have the chance to do the same work and win as marked a success as last

year. Our orator for last year, Oscar Clymer, received second honors. This year our

orator is Mae Phinney and her subject if "Lift Thine Eyes."


Our literary work ths year seems to have developed better debates than formerly.

There has been evident a spirit of friendly rivalry between our literary societies thereby

insuring equal development for both. In the program which our literaries gave jointly

on March 13, 1925, ten were chosen from the Philomathean and nine from the Lincoln

society. However the Lincolns evened up the count by having a member of their

society chosen as county orator for this year. Those people picked for special work

on the program were picked according to the ability shown in the literary programs

of the year.


Credit in the program should especially be given to Mabel Rainier who showed

outstanding ability in her different parts in singing. Also Estelene Clymer was chosen

for a reading in the beginning because about twice in the past year she has proved

an effective pacemaker. Agner Clymer has proved one of the most versatile. She

merriment we depended about on the four High School classes.


Program Given March 13, 1925


High School Chorus ............................................... Double number

Reading--"The Swan Song" ....................................... Estelene Clymer

Vocal Duet--"Whispering Hope" ...................... Agnes Clymer, Mabel Rainier

Vocal Duet--"Ike and Becky" ....................... Raymond Loop, Thomas Bradney

Quartet--"The Quiltin' Bee--

Agnes Clymer assisted by Florence Aller, Mabel Rainier, Elizabeth Snyder,

Kenneth Fickel, Ruth Shultz, H. R. Fisher, Doris Wells.

Vocal Solo--"June Brought the Roses" .............................. Mary Capuano

Reading--"Ginevra" ................................................ Agnes Clymer

Girls Chorus ..................................................... Double number

ONE ACT PLAY--"A CASE OF SUSPENSION"

Cast

Professor Edgerton--suspended party ............................. Kenneth Fickel

Miss Judkins--Dean, of uncertain age ................................. Mary Boyd

Kathleen--Irish maid ........................................... Rosalie Phinney

Jonas--the girls' accomplice .................................... Charles Taylor

Mildred ............................................................ Mae Phinney

Dorothy--triple alliance of mischief ......................... Gladys Brintlinger

Alice ............................................................. Mary Capuano

Jack .............................................................. Edgar Bagley

Tom--causes for the investigation ............................... Robert Gooding

Harold .......................................................... Harold Phinney

This one act play was given to show troubles the faculty have in maintaining

discipline.

Some young college girls decide to give a party for their young gentlemen friends

in spite of the matron and faculty supervision. Kathleen, the Irish maid discovers the

girls plot and helps them out by lending a clothes-basket to draw the young men up

from the ground. Jonas, the janitor or handy-man lends a rope with which to pull up

the young gentlemen.

Prof. Edgerton discovers the basket, gives the signal and is pulled half-way up

before the girls discover who it is.

Life action is added to the party when the matron walks into the room.
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ORANGE
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OSTRANDER
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"In the Garden of Shah"

MUSICAL COMEDY IN THREE ACTS PRESENTED BY

OSTRANDER HIGH SCHOOL

Tuesday, December 23d, 1924


Cast of Characters

Lohlah (Zohdah's Friend and Confident) ...................... Ivalvoo Smart

Zohdah (daughter of the Shah) ............................... Lillie Notter

Nowobeh (Zohdah's old nurse) .............................. Dorothy McBride

Ted Harding .................................................. Burson Mills

Billy Cumings .............................................. Donald McBride

(American Freelance Mining Engineers)

Samuel Johnson Jackson ..................................... Thomas Winston

(Ted's and Billy's Servant from U.S.A.)

Perunah (The Shah) .......................................... Homer Howison

Somecraba (An Arab Sheif) .................................... Carrol Lamme


Class Poem


The Senior class with Vim and pep

Has gone throughout the years

We've always tried to watch our step

Amid the throngs of cheers.


The Juniors oh! so mighty good

Could not be surpassed

Although at times were very rude

They were never outclassed.


We now go to the Sophomore class

The wittiest of them all

Go try to find another

No other could we call.


We must not forget the Freshman crowd

Striving to do the best

At times they felt discouraged

But always stood the test.


To all ye classes, throughout the past

Have done the best that could be expected

When out in the world the work they do

We hope will never be neglected.


Valeta Winston, '25.
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RADNOR
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RADNOR Glee Club

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Miss Cherry Blossom

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Orchestra
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RADNOR Track
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Sunbury

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Glee Club

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Orchestra

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Baseball
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The Sunbury Glee Club


The Glee Club is one of the outstanding organizations in the school. It affects a

larger number of the students than any of the other extra curriculum activities, since

from its very nature a larger number can take part.


The success of the organization is due largely to the capable leadership of Mr.

Neilson, who has supervised the music in the High School for a number of years. The

operetta "Polished Pebbles" which was given in April of last year was one of the finest

performances that has been given here in recent years. Mr. Neilson is ably

assisted in his work with the club by Miss Houston, who is also pianist for the organ-

ization.


The Glee Club has been active this year, having rendered its services during the

special meetings held at each of the local churches during the winter. The climax

of the Club's season will come when they present the operetta "The Pioneer Papoose"

in the new auditorium sometime in the early part of May. This entertainment may

also be given at some of the neighboring villages if time permits.


The Club has worked hard, and deserves a great deal of credit for the work it

has done. We hope that it will continue in its good work, and feel sure of its success

while under its present leadership.


THE ORCHESTRA


The Orchestra also responds to Mr. Neilson's baton, which quite frequently takes

the form of a clarinet. It has helped out a great deal in providing music at our High

School exercises. We hope that next year a larger number may be enrolled in this

organization.


BASE BALL


Sunbury High School has long been recognized through out the county for her

championship base ball teams. Last year her team was as successful as of yore, de-

feating such high class teams as Johnstown, Galena, Hyatts and Centerburg. She

suffered defeat at the hands of Aquias High of Columbus by a score of 4-2. Similar

to all athletic teams she has a few outstanding stars who merit words of praise.


Hoskinson--Catcher--One of the best base ball players in our county. He is our

"clean up" man, and the best slugger on the team. He has that rare gift, "base ball

brains."

Clark--Pitcher--A find for the future. He has worlds of smoke, and plenty of

curve.

Weiss--Pitcher--As a High School pitcher Weiss ranks in a class by himself.

He has smoke, a fast curve, control and base ball sense.

Dearing--1st base--His lean and lanky build and fielding ability make him a

valuable player.

Roof--2nd base--The slow but sure type of player. Not a grand stand player,

but a fighter.

Barker--s. s.--Deane is fast, a perfect infielder, and the most difficult man to

strike out on the team.

White--3rd base--A fast man with a cannon ball peg to first. Also a good man

with the stick.

Weiser--l. f.--A sterling outfielder, and one of the most consistent hitters on

the team.

Piper--c. f.--To have a fly ball drop near center field is fatal, for in our memory

Piper has never missed.

Competition for right field is keen. Fivaz, Laughery and Patrick have the edge.
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Sunbury
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Sunbury High School Calendar


In this calendar we will endeavor to enumerate the most important events during

the school year of 1924-1925.

Sept. 8--School opened one week late.

Sept. 9--Registration days, and we find that we have an enrollment of 23 Seniors.

Sept. 27--Freshmen Initiation. This party given by Sophs was a decided success.

Green ice cream was served for dessert. All left for home early. Carleton Burrer and

Hoyt Whitney were in bed by ten bells. Ha!

Oct. 10--Another Freshman party held at the home of Marie Metzger. Everyone

reported a good time.

Oct. 17--Seniors invited Juniors to a weiner roast at at Alum Creek. Many

games were played, and the sad part was the theft of the marshmellows. The desti-

nation from there for some of the party was "Blue Mist."

Oct. 24--Basketball game, Orange at Orange. Lila couldn't find the way over.

Nov. 6--A stirring game at Hyatts, Jim White being put out of the game. After

the game we enjoyed a bacon roast along the Scioto River.

Nov. 21--A thrilling game with Galena. Galena bet their last penny and had to

go barefooted all winter.

Nov. 26--Homecoming. Alumni played High School, Boyd being only one booted.

A dance and games were enjoyed by everyone. Music was furnished by Miss Janet

Rogers.

Dec. 2--Banquet for Basketball teams and coaches given by Mr. Whitney. Speeches

were given by the coaches and Captains, Frances Perfect and Ralph Piper. Nannie

Snavely talked so much during the dinner that the candles were blown out.

Dec. 5--Basketball game with Powell. The girls lost, but the excuse we give is

that they had to "push" their way over.

Dec. 12--Basketball game at Radnor, Hoyt Whitney saving the day by making the

last foul.

Dec. 24--Glee Club gave program in chapel. An interesting talk was given by

Rev. R. Chadwick from Boston, Mass.

Jan. 9--All pupils wishing to see the "Pied Piper" at Grey Chapel, Delaware

were excused from school. Many were excused, four actually saw the play.

Jan. 16--Our first game in the new Gym with Centervillage.

Feb. 9--"Phil" brought Amelia Schmidt to school. Deane Barker of course made

tracks around her.

Feb. 12--The High School celebrated Lincoln's birthday with patriotic songs and

talks.

Feb. 20--Basketball game with Orange. Sunbury defeated.

Feb. 26--Rev. Smith from Bellview gave a very interesting talk in chapel.

March 4--The High School and Grammar Room had the privilege of hearing the

inaugural address from Washington by Radio.

March 21--Miss Alma Scott, Junior of S. H. S. becomes Mrs. Wallace Barnum.

March 25--Mr. Henry Miller of Sunbury gave a talk on the subject "Money."

April 3--The Seniors with the help of some Juniors gave the annual Carnival. A

Vodvil of nine acts were given in the new auditorium. There was also an auction at

which "Lengthy Clark" presided.

April 10--Junior Play--"The Fifteenth of January" will be a success we hope.

If it is not, it will not be Mrs. Sinkey's fault.

Commencement week, Congressman Thomas Brooks Fletcher of Marion will give

the class address.
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New School Building


Sunbury feels justly proud of her new Public School building. For

the last several years we have been rather hampered in our old quarters,

and we feel that now a new spur will be felt which will be to the advan-

tage of all our school activities.

On November 4, 1923 the Sunbury District voted favorably on the

project of a $75,000 bond issue for building an addition on the old High

School building. Mr. Porter as architect, drew up the plans, and the con-

tract was let to Mr. Hopper of Delaware. Work began almost immedi-

ately, and progressed rapidly with the result that on January 16 we dedi-

cated the new gymnasium by a Basketball game with Center Village. The

building is completed with the exception of some of the equipment for

the various departments. Most of the equipment has been purchased.

In addition to the regular recitation rooms the building contains a

combination auditorium and gymnasium capable of seating about six

hundred and providing ample stage room for all entertainments, locker

rooms and shower baths, a large study hall with library in connection, and

well equipped laboratories for Physics, Chemistry, Manual Training, and

Domestic Science.
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Hyatts Literary Societies


One of the outstanding features of this school year which provided

some excellent training and no little amount of merriment was the organi-

zation at the beginning of the year of two literary societies. They took

unto themselves the names of "Leonida" and "X L".

The Leonidas Society chose Ruth Ashbury as their president and

Dorothy Hall for secretary. No probability of finances made a treasurer

unnecessary. The X L society chose William Winters to head the group

and Helen Stockdale to keep a strict and accurate account of all pro-

ceedings.

During the year each side gave a complete program to which they

invited the other side as well as relatives and friends. On February 28th

the two societies gave a joint program to which the public at large was

invited. Some of the outstanding numbers on this program were: "The

Man in the Bowler Hat", a one-act play, "Some Whoppers", or the stories

you read about, "Choosing a Valentine", or a revision of the family album,

and a number of readings and songs that delighted the audience. This

program was the crowning success of the year.


Operetta--"El Bandido"


The big musical feature of the year was the rendition of the musical

comedy "El Bandido". This was a Spanish operetta and special settings

and costumes were used in the portrayal of this story of Spanish life.

Mrs. Jeanette Gooding-Harter, our music teacher was the director of the

play. Miss Whittier coached all the drills for it and the settings were

prepared by the manual training class under the leadership of Mr. Utley.

Below is the cast of characters of the play:


CAST OF CHARACTERS


Night Watchman ---------------------------------- Ward Johnson

Don Manuel, an Artist visiting Antiquera -------- Ralph Hardin

Juan, Don Manuel's Servant ----------------------- Truman Bell

Bartolo, Landlord of San Fernando Pasada ----- William Winters

Donna Cyrilla, Belle of Antiquera ------------ Nora Faye Jones

Don Lozono, Captain in Spanish Army -------------- Arthur Ross

Tona, a Soldier -------------------------------- Kenneth Raile

Jose Maria, A Famous Brigand -------------------- Ralph Hardin

Carlos, Cyrilla's Brother ------------------------ Russel Tone

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[corresponds to page One Hundred and Thirty-Four]


CAST OF CHARACTERS--Continued


Zaida, a Maid at Bartolo's Pasada ------------- Leahbeth Taylor

Don Grandeosa, Governor of Andalusia -------------- Eugene Ross


BANDIT CHORUS

Russel Chapman Delmar Hall Rodger Baker

Herbert Marks Charles Penry


DANCING CHORUS


Iona Ufferman Bernice Kentner

Dorothy Hall Ruth Asbury

Leola Sheets Beatrice Macomber

Geraldine Smith John McKinnie

Ralph Lindner Lloyd Stietz

Joe Bauder Arthur Baker

Delmar Hall Raymond Ford


SINGING CHORUS


Etta Martin Helen Stockdale

Minerva Fraker Gladys Hack

William Bauder Richard Taylor

Lawrence Evans Gerald Augenstein

Harriett poole Harold Sheets

Ward Bauder Louis Monska

Mary Cellars Benard Ford


Pianist -------------------------------------- Elizabeth Knapp

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IN APPRECIATION


_________


The Delaware County An-

nual Committee takes this op-

portunity of expressing their

appreciation to those who

have helped to make the Del-

coan for 1925 a success.
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OUR ADVERTISERS


_________


We wish to call the attention

of the readers of this book to

those who have so generously

supported the schools and

made it financially possible to

publish the Delcoan.


We ask that you in turn give

them your patronage when-

ever it is possible to do so and

to give them the support that

they should expect from the

citizens of this county.
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[photo]

Our Advertizers

Patronize

them
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[illustration]

Dependable Quality-Service

Pontiac Quality

and Service have

won for us a follow-

ing among schools

that appreciate

the value of having

the best that can

be secured in

engraving


PONTIAC

ENGRAVING &

ELECTROTYPE CO.

747 So. Dearborn St.-Opposite Polk St. Depot

CHICAGO, ILL.]
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[page 143]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Thirty-Nine]


"Look upon your present as the past of your future."

____________________________________________________


Boys and Girls

At this bank, we are always glad to welcome

you at any time.

We like to have you come into the bank and

see the place where fathers and mothers like

yours, are saving part of their earnings and

we want you too to have an account with us.


THE DEPOSIT BANKING CO.

"Your School's Bank"

Delaware, Ohio

____________________________________________________

"If you aim at nothing, you'll hit the mark."
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Description

[page 144]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty]


"You can borrow trouble without signing a note."

________________________________________________


THE BLAIR-KELLEY COMPANY

Delaware, Ohio

57-59 N. Sandusky St.

Same location for 25 years

The store famous for Quality

FURNITURE -- STOVES -- DRAPERIES

WALL PAPER AND

FLOOR COVERINGS

AT LOWEST PRICES

________________________________________________


PLUMBING HEATING

RUDY & JEWEL FURNACES WE APPRECIATE

PIPE & PIPELESS The school seating business

given us by the schools of
W. C. Shults
Delaware County
Quality & Service Guaranteed
DELAWARE CHAIR CO.

79 N. Sandusky St. Phone 2407 Delaware, Ohio

Delaware, Ohio


__________________________________________________

"Talking may get a job, but working holds it."
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[page 145]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-One]


"Life is not the holding of a good hand but the playing of a poor hand well."

_____________________________________________________________________________


A HISTORY

THE SMITH CLOTHING CO.

Delaware, Ohio


First started about 1866 in two store rooms, one on Sandusky and

one on Winter Street, by the late W. A. Smith.

1870

Moved to present location and known as Smith & Jennings.

Fall 1883

Mr. Jennings sold interest to J. L. Smith who moved to Delaware

with family, the firm being known as W. A. Smith & Co., later

changing to W. A. and J. L Smith.

Fall 1902

J. L. Smith purchased interest of W. A. Smith and the firm name

was again changed, this time to J. L. Smith Clothing Co.

1908

The firm was incorporated as The Smith Clothing Co. with J. L.

Smith, President, in which capacity he remained until his death

January 18, 1925.

A. Ward Smith, now active head of The Smith Clothing Co. with

position of Vice Pres. and Treas., having been with firm for 27

years.


Our Slogan: Remember "You do best at Smith's"

Our Motto: The Golden Rule

Our Guarantee: Satisfied Customers

________________________________________________________________

"When a man says he can't, he's right about it."
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[page 146]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-Two]


"The Bible speaks of 'gladness' fifty times. Of 'sadness' once."

________________________________________________________________

The O. K.

THE BEST PLACE TO BUY

HARDWARE & IMPLEMENTS

AGENTS FOR B. P. S. PAINT

"Best Paint Sold"

TOOLS -- "KEEN KUTTER" -- CUTLERY

CHINAWARE -- KITCHENWARE

THE O. K. HARDWARE

Delaware, Ohio

________________________________________________________________


The Best Place for DAD to Sell His

MILK and CREAM

THE BEST PLACE FOR YOU TO PURCHASE

ICE CREAM


OSCAR CASE CREAMERY

2416 Delaware 2238


_______________________________________________________________

"What a man does in his working hours goes into his pocket; what

he does in his leisure hours goes into his character."
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Description

[page 147]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-Three]


Have you read our "ten commandments"? See page 10

_______________________________________________________________


The Best of

CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS

at the

"S T A N D A R D"

The store of quality and service

_______________________________________________________________


PHOTOGRAPHS

of

MERIT

Since 1874

BODURTHA

_______________________________________________________________

"We are as young as our smile in the face of adversity."
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Title

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Description

[page 148]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-Four]


"Don't be a carbon copy of somebody else ... make your own impression."

_______________________________________________________________________


DANKEL & ANDERSON

CLOTHIERS and FURNISHERS

"The Store with a Conscience"

Delaware, Ohio

______________________________________________________________________

Main Road to Health SHOES

THE HICKLE Exquisite in Style, Quality of

"Mineral Crystal" the very Best and Prices with-

HEALTH INSTITUTE in Reach of All are the kind

you find at
It will cost you nothing to call and

have our system explained to you. We

treat especially Asthma, Diabetes, ___________

Hay Fever, Rheumatism, High Blood

Pressure, Nervousness. J. Windsor Cone's

We maintain separate parlors for Shoe Store

ladies and gentlemen, with lady and

gentlemen attendants. 4 West Winter Street


R. H. & J. J. MAIN, Mgrs. Delaware, Ohio

Tel. No. 8190 94 N. Sandusky St.

Delaware, Ohio

______________________________________________________________________

"Smile if it kills you and you'll die with a grin on your face."

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Title

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Description

[page 149]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-Five]


"Better not to kno' so much than to kno' so menny things that ain't so."

________________________________________________________________________


T. R. Griffith C. L. Owen


Griffith & Owen

HOME FURNISHERS

FURNITURE, RUGS, LINOLEUM, SHADES, STOVES

Telephone Number 2235 Number 6 S. Sandusky St.

Delaware, Ohio

Figure with me -- it pays you

Phone 2691 50-64 N. Henry St.

________________________________________________________________________

Russel D. Kissner

"Zip Service"

THE COMPLETE BUILDING SUPPLY YARD

Stucco -- Johns-Manville Roofing

COAL AND COKE

Roof Painting a Specialty

Blue Print Service Free Delaware, Ohio

________________________________________________________________________

KURRLEY & EVANS

QUALITY GROCERS

Sole Agents for Battle Creek Sanitarium

DIETETIC FOODS

Also Richelieu Brands of Foods which are supreme in quality

Two Phones 81 North Sandusky St.

301 Delaware, Ohio

_______________________________________________________________________

"March 3rd, 1847. Postage stamps first used in our country. Will your

face ever appear on one?"
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Description

[page 150]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-Six]


"We are as young as our unwillingness to carry grudges."

_______________________________________________________________________

Let us serve you with

QUALITY COAL

at

QUALITY PRICES

Why not practice thrift?

Pay Cash and Pay Less.


CASH COAL CO.

Rear 95 East Williams St. Phone 5114

__________________________________________________________________________

DELAWARE COUNTY EYES CAREFULLY EXAMINED

GLASSES PROPERLY FITTED
Famous for her excellent schools.

Ranks high as a FRUIT GROW- Jewelery--Watch Repairing

ING SECTION. Apples have taken

the lead decidedly, but
(Watch Inspector for
YOU ARE INVITED
Big Four R. R.)
to see the next peach crop which the

owner Exclusive representative for the most

E. E. RICHARDS excellent line of Mauran Watches.

Ask us about them.
hopes some day to show you in his

orchard just east of the Orange R. S. HARMOUNT

Township High School. Hotel Allen Bldg. Delaware

_____________________________________________________________________________

"Grow up to your Bigger Self! Don't be a mental midget."
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Title

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Description

[page 151]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-Seven]


"A 'go getter' does what we intended to do." N. R. s.

_____________________________________________________________________________

Cavin's Commercial School

36 1/2 East Winter Street

Phone 5419 Delaware, Ohio

Bookkeeping, Shorthand and Expert Touch Typewriting

Enter at any Time

Public Typewriting and Mimeographing

Under personal direction of C. F. CAVIN, Court Reporter and Office

Manager of Twenty Years' Experience

_____________________________________________________________________________


The McKenzie Lumber Company

LUMBER, SASH, DOORS, MILL WORK

Rex Strip-Shingles, Slate Surface Roll Roofing

Compo and Rock Wall Boards


Equipped to deliver lumber to any part of this County

Always in the market for timber


120-132 East Winter Street

Phone 2269

Delaware, Ohio

MILLS AT YARDS AT

Delaware, Ohio Springfield, Ohio Delaware, Ohio

Waldo, Ohio Ashley, Ohio Springfield, Ohio

Cardington, Ohio Waldo, Ohio


______________________________________________________________________________


EVERYTHING IN UP-TO-DATE HARDWARE

AGENTS FOR DEAN & BARRY'S

High Grade Paints

DELEWARE HARDWARE CO.

C. D. SIEGFRIED & SON, Props.

______________________________________________________________________________

"Many hurry to catch up. Few hurry to get ahead."
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Title

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Description

[page 152]

[corresponds to page One Hundred and Forty-Eight]


"We are as young as our enthusiasm for a new game."

______________________________________________________________________________


M A S T E R

Yourself at all times and in all situations

Know your own mind and success will crown your efforts

Back it all up with a substantial, growing interest

account in our bank


DELAWARE NATIONAL BANK

Original Charter 1845

______________________________________________________________________________


Thus saith the principal, Thou shalt not eat thy lunch in

school time, Neither chew gum, Nor munch the apple that is

in thy desk


______________________________________________________________________________


DIAMONDS POCKET WATCHES

GRADUATION GIFTS

-- at --

B. YEHLEY & SONS

JEWELERS & OPTOMETRISTS

WRIST WATCHES JEWELRY


_______________________________________________________________________________

"We are as young as our courage in a righteous cause."

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Description

[page 153]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Forty-Nine]


"A good tailor can't do much for you unless you shave regularly."

_______________________________________________________________________________

Your Teachers TRIM YOU 180 Days in the Year

Let US DO it Occasionally

"Russ" Jones Barber Shop


E. Winter Street Delaware, Ohio


______________________________________________________________________________


The historical nature of this book recalls to some of the school-

men a familiar figure in the high schools of the earlier days.

We are sorry that we can not present a picture of the quaint

old man with flowing white hair and silk plug hat who used to

visit our high schools in the interest of his textbooks.

Mr. W. C. Ginn, until his death a few years ago a resident of

North Sandusky Street, Delaware, Ohio, will be remembered with

pleasure by many of the alumni of the older high schools.


______________________________________________________________________________


illustration Everything

-- in --

DRUGS

Sheet Music


USE EUCALL JIGGER REMEDY, SURE CURE

Norwood Drug Co.


6 W. Winter St. Delaware, Ohio


______________________________________________________________________________

"If your boss doesn't see that you are worth more until another offers you

more, then you had better work for the man with the better eye sight."
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Description

[page 154]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty]


Supremacy


The Ultimate Result of a Properly Conducted

and Continued Effort


The Marion Star


is continually striving toward that supremacy in all things

that will tend to make the Star the dominating news-

paper of the territory within its field.

The circulation of the Star has never been forced. Its

continued growth is a result of newspaper merits, and a

tribute to the character and common-sense of the people

who are its daily readers.


______________

_______

Subscription Rates in Marion and

Adjoining Counties


1 mo. 40 c 6 mos. $2.25

4 mos. $1.50 1 yr. $4.00
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Description

[page 155]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-One]


"No religion is worth talking about unless it teaches a man to love his neighbors."

___________________________________________________________________________________


The

Delaware Savings Bank Co.

Delaware, Ohio

On the Corner -- in the Heart of the City


ROLL OF HONOR BANK

4% PAID ON SAVINGS AND TIME CERTIFICATES


F. P. Hills ............................... President

B. F. Freshwater ..................... Vice President

J. H. Buck .................................. Cashier

Robert P. Hills ................... Assistant Cashier

____________________________________________________________________________________


Thou shalt not write notes to thy sweetheart in the back of

thy spelling book nor conceal thy winks behind a Geography

as did thy father and thy mother in the days of their youth.


____________________________________________________________________________________


Maricad Art Shop

FOR

MILLINERY -- HOSIERY -- GIFTS

ART NEEDLEWORK

M. M. CADWALLADER

14-16 West Winter St. Delaware, Ohio

___________________________________________________________________________________

"Religion is to add to the happiness of man. Service is happiness."
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Title

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Description

[page 156]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-Two]


"We are as young as our interest in a new idea."

____________________________________________________________________________________


STRAND THEATRE


For Quality Amusement


DAILY MATINEES


Have you heard the new Organ?

___________________________________________________________________________________


Make one of you F. J. R. PFIFFNER

"REQUIRED STUDIES" DRUG STORE

the question of
38 N. Sandusky St.

S A V I N G Delaware, Ohio


Then let us help you. Headquarters for

Pure Drugs
The People's
and
Building & Loan
Drug Sundries
Company

Prescription work emphasized

__________________________________________________________________________________

"It is easier to keep up than to catch up."
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Title

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Description

[page 157]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred Fifty-Three]


"A frozen look doesn't cut any ice."

_________________________________________________________________________________


THE SCHOOL BOOKS

W. M. Heseltine Co. and SUPPLIES


DRY GOODS Have Your Pictures

READY - TO - WEAR Framed Correctly

HOSIERY A Fine Line of Wall Paper


Satisfactory Quality -- Lemley Book Store

Reasonable Prices W. Winter St.

Delaware, Ohio

________________________________________________________________________________


Remember now thy books, to keep them closed when the

teacher interrogateth thee; neither ride thou upon a pony in

the Latin class

_______________________________________________________________________________


EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE

STOVES, RANGES, and HOUSE FURNISHINGS

Manring and Kendrick


Phone 2588 Delaware, Ohio

_______________________________________________________________________________

"Don't walk under a ladder ....... climb it."
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Title

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Description

[page 158]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-Four]


"Smile when you fail and you'll die laughing at your success."

________________________________________________________________________________


CLEVENGER FUNERAL HOME

and

AMBULANCE SERVICE

Successor to

MORRISON & SONS

Phone 2381

92 North Sandusky Street Delaware, Ohio

_______________________________________________________________________________


Two Places Where Most High School Graduates Go Are

OHIO WESLEYAN

and

B U N S

The Home of Sweets and Good Things to Eat

B U N S

Phone 2520 8 and 10 W. Winter St.

________________________________________________________________________________


If it's Electrical THE STYLES


Construction in our Ready - to - Wear De-

Supplies partment are as appealing to

Appliances the youthful Miss as the

Radio Prices are to Mother and

Hoover Sweepers Dad.

Easy Electric Washer


Then --

THE ELECTRIC SHOP Morrisons


H. T. Bryan

62 N. Sandusky St.

Delaware, Ohio

________________________________________________________________________________

"Keeping awake days picks more golden apples than lying awake nights."
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Description

[page 159]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-Five]


"We are as young as our confidence in tomorrow."

________________________________________________________________________________


For Speedy Service

and Best Work

at the Right Price

Send it to the


Faultless Dry Cleaners


Successors to Schweitzer

CLEANING, DYEING AND PRESSING

"You must be satisfied"

66 N. Main St. Phone 6419

__________________________________________________________________________________


IT IS NOT EASY


To apologize.

To begin over.

To admit error.

To be unselfish.

To take advice.

To be charitable.

To be considerate.

To avoid mistakes.

To quit bad habits.

To forgive and forget.


BUT IT ALWAYS PAYS!

____________________________________________________________________________________


SPRING "Always something new"

SUITS and COATS

Complete stock of
The type of clothes young men are

wearing today and at prices lower SILVERWARE

than you expected to pay. CUT GLASS

DINNERWARE
SHIRTS and FIXINGS
WEAREVER ALUMINUM
The very Latest


WILSON'S ROYAL SOCIETY ART GOODS

C.J. NOVELTIES

of course

The Hotel Allen Block C. O. HAAS DEPT. STORE

Delaware, Ohio "Always Something New"


____________________________________________________________________________________

"Men are not what they think they are, but what they think ..... they are."
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Title

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Description

[page 160]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-Six]


"The prizes of the world go to those who are orderly, industrious, fair and temperate."

_______________________________________________________________________________________


LET US END


YOUR RADIATOR and WELDING TROUBLES


at


35 E. Winter Street


The Schaffer Welding Shop

______________________________________________________________________________________


Prompt

Printers

for W. H. Ford

Particular
Insurance in All Branches
People
Phone 2334

THE INDEPENDENT 13 1/2 East Winter St.

PRINT SHOP Delaware, Ohio

Tel. 2582 No. 9 E. William St.

Delaware, Ohio

________________________________________________________________________________________

"A friend is one who sees us perfect until we must become so."
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Title

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Description

[page 161]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-Seven]


"An economist is usually a man who can save money by cutting down the other person's expenses."

_______________________________________________________________________________________________


S E C U R E

YOUR BUSINESS EDUCATION

AT

THE MARION BUSINESS COLLEGE

Marion, Ohio

Up to date courses taught by experienced teachers

Special SUMMER TERM opens in June. Write for full particulars.

Plan to ENROLL NOW

Day and Night Session the year around

Books furnished free of charge

Telephone 2767 J. T. BARGAR, Mgr.

__________________________________________________________________________


Get Don't think for hours--

L U M B E R Say it with flowers.

for

THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS M. BARRETT

at the Phones: Green house 2666

McCULLOUGH YARD Store 2688

Cor. E. Winter & Henry Sts.

Phone 2374

___________________________________________________________________________

"It's hard to think meanly in the open air."
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Title

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Description

[page 162]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-Eight]


[drawing]

Facts Facts Facts

Prove the

Delaware Farmers Exchange

ARE LEADING DEALERS IN

Feeds, Grain, Fertilizer

Wire Fencing for every

purpose, Farm Supplies

of every description

at right prices


CUSTOM GRINDING ON HONESTY BASIS

HIGHEST PRICES FOR YOUR PRODUCE

Centrally Located

Delaware Lewis Center

_________________________________________________________________________
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Description

[page 163]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Fifty-Nine]


"No one can sit on you as long as you stand up straight."

__________________________________________________________________________


SPENCERIAN SCHOOL

3201 Euclid Avenue

Cleveland


Classes open every Monday -- day and evening sessions


COURSES

Bookkeeping Higher Accounting and Auditing

Shorthand (Prepares for C. P. A. examination)

Typewriting Business Administration

Penmanship (With degree B. C. S.)

English Commercial Normal

Private Secretary (With State certificate and B. S. in Education)

Spanish Evening Law Course

Cost Accounting (Degree LL. B. and prepares for the Bar examination)


You are cordially invited to inspect our classes and facilities for commercial training.

Office open daily from 8:30 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.

Founded 1848 Write for Bulletins

________________________________________________________________________________________


Thrift Should be Your Ruling Habit --

Thrift means the care of things

and their proper use.

The habit of thrift proves your

power to rule yourself.

If you are not thrifty, you are a

slave to circumstances.

A surplus gives you the power

to dictate terms.

Persistent, systematic savings for a

few years will give you a chance

for bigger and better things.




LET US HELP YOU SAVE. The Fidelity

Building Association

& Loan Co.

At 46 North Sandusky St.

Delaware, Ohio

_________________________________________________________________________________

"Smile at hard luck -- the fates may think you like it and quit."
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Title

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Description

[page 164]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty]


"What doth it profit a man to pray for the heathen while he quarreleth with his

neighbor over a breechy cow?"

_________________________________________________________________________________


Delaware County Headquarters for


VICTOR VICTROLAS

BRUNSWICK PHONOGRAPHS

VICTOR -- RECORDS -- BRUNSWICK


Our Radio Stock covers a wide variety to suit any price you wish to

pay -- including the famous

Brunswick Radiola R. C. A. Super-Heterodyne

Wave Neutrodyne Crosley Radio Outfits


E A S T M A N

KODAKS -- CAMERA SUPPLIES

SELBRO Photo Finishing SERVICE

Famous from Coast to Coast

Bring or mail your films for

EXPERT FINISHING -- "There's a difference"


SELL BROTHERS


Sixteen Years Service Means Reliability

__________________________________________________________________________


Commencement

"GIFTS THAT LAST"

See

OWEN JEWELRY CO.

Delaware, Ohio

Fully Guaranteed White Gold Wrist Watches

$10.00 to $50.00

___________________________________________________________________________

"Many a true word is spoken in jest."

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Title

The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 165)

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[page 165]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty One]


"Opportunities neglected are lost."

__________________________________________________________________________


We
VERGON'S
grow
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
our
"Where satisfaction is certain"
own


Oranges and Grapefruit in Polk Co., Fla. and ship them direct. You get them tree

ripened. Apples in Delaware County, Ohio. You get these fresh and free from waste

all the year.

__________________________________________________________________________


STEGNER AUTO SERVICE

CO. BROKE! sEE

PHONE 5113 IKE HACKEL

MAXWELL
Suits cleaned and pressed
CHRYSLER SIX
$1.50
Sales Service
Suits pressed -- .50

27-29 Spring Street
Phone 6446
3 Doors West of Post Office
122 South Sandusky St.

Delaware, Ohio Delaware, Ohio

Service that Satisfies

______________________________________________________________________________

DR. MARK A. BAUER

DR. ALICE POTTER-BAUER

OSTEOPATHY and PHYSIOTHERAPY


422-426 People's Building 67-69 North Franklin St.

Delaware, Ohio

"The Natural Way to Health"

______________________________________________________________________________

"Much water goes by the mill the miller knows not of."
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The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 166)

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[page 166]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty-Two]


"Pain is forgotten where gain comes."

______________________________________________________________________________


C. C. Dunlap & Son

Delaware, Ohio

Phone 2672


HARDWOOD -- SOFT LUMBER

SASH, DOORS, and ALL KINDS MILL WORK

BUILDER'S SUPPLIES and MULE HIDE ROOFING

_______________________________________________________________________________


[drawing] Studebaker ATTA BOY


Sales and Service
She'll be delighted with a box of
Open day and Night

PARISH & SCOTT chocolates from

Phone 2634

69 North Sandusky St. PAUL BIANCHI'S

Delaware, Ohio Also Hot Canines, I Scream

Nutts and Fruities

_____________________________________________________________________________

"Music helps not the tootache."
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The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 167)

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[page 167]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty-Three]


"Make not your sauce till you have caught the fish."

__________________________________________________________________________


[drawing]

Seiberlingo! THE CANDY

KITCHEN CAFETERIA

You'll never know the For

pleasures of motoring 'till Quality Foods

you've rolled

SEIBERLING CORD at


CANFIELD RUBBER CO. Reasonable Prices

77 North Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio

_______________________________________________________________________


JOHN K. FOSTER & SON

Wall Paper, Paints and Varnishes


Mary had a little house,

It stood upon a hill,

She didn't paint it once,

Else she would have it still.


"DON'T PUT IT OFF -- PUT IT ON"


Come in and let us help you with your Wall Paper and Paint Problems

Our years of experience are at your command


Our Slogan: "Get Our Prices First"


JOHN K. FOSTER & SON

R. B. FOSTER, Prop.

36 E. Winter St. Delaware, Ohio

___________________________________________________________________________

"In every pond there are some fish and some frogs and some mud turtles."
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[page 168]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty-Four]


out from under the sofa.

__________________________________________________________________________


H. D. JONES F. L. DAVISON

57 1/2 N. Sandusky St. DENTIST

Delaware, Ohio 69 1/2 N. Sandusky St.

Phone 4159 Delaware, Ohio

Over Blair-Kelley Co. Store

____________________________________________________________________________


WM. E. KNIGHT BERNE JONES

DENTIST
ATTORNEY AT LAW
X-Ray

Delaware, Ohio Delaware, Ohio

Over Starr's Drug Store

Closed Wed. Afternoon

___________________________________________________________________________


DAVID MORGAN HARRY W. CRIST

DENTIST ATTORNEY AT LAW

Delaware, Ohio
408-410 P. B. & L. Building
Office Phone 7119 Res. 7352
Delaware, Ohio
Opposite Hotel Allen

___________________________________________________________________________


DR. L. A. BUMSTEAD

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN HUMES & CUPP

Special Attention given to non-surgi-
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
cal chronic diseases.

X-Ray Diagnosis
Phone 7118 Delaware, Ohio
People's Building Phone 2705

Delaware, Ohio

______________________________________________________________________________


B. GORSUCH JOHN PFANNSTIEL

DENTIST DENTIST

56 1/2 N. Main St.

Delaware, Ohio Delaware, Ohio

Phone 5443 61 1/2 N. Sandusky St. Office Hours: Phone 5138

8:30 to 11:30 and 1 to 4:30 P. M.

___________________________________________________________________________________

Here's to the children

of the Children's Home

Let's remember them next year


Marriott, Freshwater, Wickham

& Marriott

___________________________________________________________________________________

"It is these little things in life that tell" said Mary Lou, as she pulled her little brother."
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 169)

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The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 169)

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[page 169]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty-Five]


"We are all Adam's children, but silk makes the difference."

___________________________________________________________________________________


for Economical Transportation


CHEVROLET


Sales and Service


C. A. WHITE & SON C. I. BENNETT


Delaware, Ohio Associate Dealer, Ashley, Ohio

___________________________________________________________________________________________


When you think of All Lines of Beauty Culture

INSURANCE Expert Operators


Think of
and

Walter S. Pollock Modern Equipment

Attractive Price
No place is exempt from cyclones and
on
fires are happening dangerously often.

Automobiles sometimes catch fire, PERMANENT WAVING

often are stolen, and frequently cause

accident. Consult THE BONCILLSA


W. S. POLLOCK BEAUTY SHOPPE

who also negotiates loans on farm

property.

Phone 7173 People's Building 6 1/2 N. Sandusky St. Phone 6421

Delaware, Ohio

____________________________________________________________________________________________

"None thinks the great unhappy but the great."
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 170)

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The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 170)

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[page 170]

[corresponds to page unnumbered One Hundred and Sixty-Six]


THE SULPHUR SPRING

OHIO WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY


Memory of Rutherford B. Hayes is forever linked with Ohio

Wesleyan University by the famous Sulphur Spring on the Univer-

sity campus where according to tradition he wooed and won Lucy

Webb.

Names of many famous men have become linked with that of Ohio

Wesleyan University since the days of long ago when the future

president and Lucy Webb "sparked" by the Sulphur Spring. Many

men and women who became leaders in the varied walks of life have

gone forth from Ohio Wesleyan's halls.

Many of these have been sons and daughters of Delaware County.

Graduates of Delaware County High Schools are especially welcome

at Ohio Wesleyan.

Therefore the importance of early application for registration is

urged particularly upon these "home folks." Ohio Wesleyan de-

sires to accomodate all Delaware County students who wish to en-

roll but due to the heavy demand for registration these students must

make application early if this is to be accomplished.

Girls should be especially sure to register early. Registration for

women closed this year in March; registration in the class entering in

September 1926 will probably be filled by January 1926.

For application blanks and information address


The Alumni Secretary,

Ohio Wesleyan University,

Delaware, Ohio

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[page 171]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty-Seven]


"He gains a good deal who loses a vain hope."

_______________________________________________________________________


V. J. Hopkins [drawing]


Architect and Contract STROHM will MEAT

WEATHER STRIPPING

Specialty you at

428 No. Franklin St. Phone 7533 12 W. WINTER ST.

Delaware, Ohio Delaware, Ohio

_____________________________________________________________________


You get both here!


When you keep your money at home you get neither --

When you keep your money in this Bank you get both --

SAFETY and PROFIT

Are you getting both?

We pay 4% on savings compounded semi-annually

FIRST NATIONAL BANK

Established 1857

Delaware, Ohio

_________________________________________________________________

"A wise man may look ridiculous in the company of fools."
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[page 172]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty-Eight]


"An early rise will improve your get-up."

___________________________________________________________________


STONE STONE STONE


[photo]

Contractors and Farmers


Lime Stone -- Substitute for Sand -- Saves Cement

Concrete Stone

Farmers sweeten your land with Agricultural Lime

Phone us for Prices -- We deliver Quality and Service


W. P. PENRY & SON

Radnor, Ohio

Residence Phone No. 2-16 Quarry Phone No. 3-16

__________________________________________________________________

"Fill your lungs. Don't be a flat tire."
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 173)

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[page 173]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Sixty-Nine]


"Thou shalt not commit geometry."

__________________________________________________________________


The Radnor Farmers Elevator Co.


Agents for


The Famous McCormick Deering Implements

American and Jackson Fence

Red Top Steel Posts


We also carry full line of hardware

Handle all kinds feeds, grains, seeds and fertilizer


[drawing]

___________________________________________________________________

"Thou shalt not covet thy neighbor's vanity case, nor her rouge, nor her

powder puff, nor her lip sticks, nor her eyebrow pencils, nor any of the

implements she useth to make a graven image of herself."
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[page 174]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy]


"Thou shalt not kill, except it be the fly on the head of him that sleepeth

in class."

___________________________________________________________________________

FUNERAL DIRECTORS

and

AMBULANCE SERVICE


Clevenger & Powell

Radnor, Ohio Phone No. 60

___________________________________________________________________________


W. R. Thrush

General Hauling

Live Stock Specialty

Radnor, Ohio Phone No. 43

___________________________________________________________________________


WM. R. SMITH EDWIN IRWIN


All kinds of Garage Complete line of

and Groceries

Hardware

REPAIR WORK "Boots" and Shoes

School Supplies

also Highest Prices paid for

Poultry and Eggs
Trucking and Moving
"If you don't trade with me"

"We both lose"

Phone 63 Radnor, Ohio Phone 40 Radnor, Ohio

__________________________________________________________________________

"Thou shalt not quit."
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Description

[page 175]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-One]


"Smile, and never let the sun set on your troubles -- set on them yourself."

____________________________________________________________________________


D. R. Thomas O. R. Jones

Thomas & Jones

GROCERS, HARDWARE and IMPLEMENTS

COAL SALT KOKOMO FENCE

Phone No. 1 Radnor, Ohio

____________________________________________________________________________


T. E. Drake Dix Bros.

Furniture and Undertaking DRY GOODS

Ambulance Service
Prospect, Ohio
Phone 41 and 57 Prospect, ohio

____________________________________________________________________________


The Prospect Monitor

Is

YOUR PAPER

Prospect, Ohio

____________________________________________________________________________

"Smile if you're thin -- laugh if you're fat -- and if you are neither -- just grin."
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 176)

Title

The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 176)

Description

[page 176]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Two]


"Your recitation reminds me of Quebec." "How's that?" "Built on a bluff."

______________________________________________________________________________


W. W. Wattring Fancy and Staple

Jeweler and Registered GROCERIES

OPTOMETRIST O. D. TRIGG & SON

Prospect, Ohio General Merchandise

Center Village, Ohio

_______________________________________________________________________________


G. W. GROVE & SONS

Manufacture C. R. Selanders

Drain Tile, Brick and Block
Horse Shoeing and General

We quote prices delivered to your
Repairing
farm or at factory.

Also Dealers in South Main Street

GOODYEAR TIRES & TUBES Prospect, Ohio

HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS Citizens' Telephone 2 on 68

Phone No. 7 Center Village, Ohio

_______________________________________________________________________________
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[page 177]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Three]

"To hold down a good job, you must first hold up your head."
______________________________________________________________________________________

FLORA LOUISE HESS
Florist

Cut Flowers

Blooming Plants

Floral Design

Shrubbery

Open Sundays Dod. and River Rd.

Member Florists Tel. Del. Coumbus, Ohio

_____________________________________________________________________________________

WE CAN HANDLE ANY OF YOUR BANKING PROBLEMS

Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts

Certificates of Deposit, Collections, and

Above all- We always give you safe Investments in any amount

The Worthington Savings Bank

10 Worthington, Ohio

Ask the man who does business here

______________________________________________________________________________________

PAINT HEADQUARTERS

Agents for

SHERMAN-WILLIAM PAINTS and KOOVERFLOOR

Call and get a free copy of the Household Guide when ready to paint

LEASURER'S DRUGSTORE

_______________________________________________________________________________________

"The benefits of an early rise are something you should wake up to."
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 178)

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[page 178]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Four]


"It isn't 'How many died yesterday?' -- It's 'How many are laughing today'."

_________________________________________________________________________________


Worthington Feed &

Transfer Co.

G. E. BUTCHER S. T. TODD, Prop.

AUCTIONEER and Feed, Flour, Poultry Supplies

LIVE STOCK Transferring

Dealer Moving a specialty -- all goods

insured
CATTLE, HOGS & SHEEP

Worthington Ex. 3468 Powell, O. Phone -- Citz. 335

Worthington, Ohio

___________________________________________________________________________________


W. I. WEAVER

Powell, Ohio

GENERAL MERCHANDISE

GROCERIES MEAT

DRY GOODS NOTIONS

FOOTWEAR

Phone 342-2 Worthington

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Samuel E. Corbin

AMBULANCE SERIVCE

Citizens' Phone 111 Worthington, Ohio

_____________________________________________________________________________________

"Let your birthstone be a baseball diamond."
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[page 179]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Five]


"Blame is the lazy man's wages."

_____________________________________________________________________________________


Otterbein College, Westerville, Ohio, founded in 1847. One of the oldest and best established

colleges in the state. Recent growth in enrollment, in financial strength and educational stand-

ards. Easily accessible from all points of the state. Just twelve miles from Columbus. Reached

by steam line, electric line, motor bus and private conveyance over good roads. Member of

North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, The Ohio College Association, the

Association of American Colleges, and is on the approved list of the Association of American

Universities.

[photo]

Next School Year opens

September 16, 1925.

Young people interested in

attending college should

write for catalog and other

information. Write

W. G. CLIPPINGER

President

Otterbein College


One of the large modern lab-

oratories in the new McFad-

den Science Hall.

_________________________________________________________________________________________


A. D. Strosnider

FUNERAL DIRECTOR -- AMBLUANCE SERVICE


Phones Office 67; Res. 16 Sunbury, Ohio

_________________________________________________________________________________________


JOHN WILLIAMSON & SONS

Chevrolet, Essex and Studebaker Automobiles

Farm Implements, etc.

Sunbury, Ohio

________________________________________________________________________________________

"A gentleman should have more in his pocket than on his back."
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Title

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Description

[page 180]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Six]


Thou Shalt not bear false witness against the team that defeateth thee;

moreover an alibi is an abomination forever.

________________________________________________________________________________________


In 1913 Our Sales were Sixteen Thousand Dollars

In 1924, Almost One-Quarter Million Dollars --


THERE IS A REASON

QUALITY GOODS


and


POTTER'S SERVICE

PROMPT SATISFIES


Our plant covers three acres of Land. We have almost twenty thou-

sand square feet of shed space and carry full stocks of all building

Materials.


THE POTTER LUMBER & SUPPLY COMPANY

Worthington Phone 40

_________________________________________________________________________________________


THE HYGIENE OF SUCCESS


"Get up on your toes."

"Put the best foot forward."

"Throw back your shoulders."

"Hold up your chin."

"Keep a stiff upper lip."

"Keep your eyes and ears open."

"Use your head."

________________________________________________________________________________________


THE WORTHINGTON COAL & SUPPLY CO.


COAL and SUPPLIES


Manufacturers of CONCRETE BLOCKS

Worthington Exchange 98 Worthington, Ohio

_________________________________________________________________________________________
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 181)

Title

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Description

[page 181]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Seven]


"Sing at your work and keep out of debt."

_________________________________________________________________________________________


Scott Bros. Garage


Kilbourne, Ohio


AUTOMOBILE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY

_________________________________________________________________________________________


Delaware County Fair

Powell, Ohio

SEPTEMBER 15-16-17-18-19

_________________________________________________________________________________________


All Schools in the County are invited to participate in the Educa-

tional Departments. Also the Boys and Girls in the Junior contest.

Write for Fair Catalogue

WALTER ZINN, Secretary

_________________________________________________________________________________________


In POWELL you can buy a FORD

POWELL MOTOR COMPANY

LINCOLN FORD FORDSON

The Universal Car

Buy a Ford and get real service

Phone Worthington Exchange 3428 Powell, Ohio

_________________________________________________________________________________________

"A silver key can open an iron lock."
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Title

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Description

[page 182]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Eight]


"Every mother should lower some fruit down her son's neck each day in the week."

_________________________________________________________________________________________


Dealer in

GRAIN, FEED, SEEDS

Before you try the rest -- FLOUR, COAL

TRY THE BEST FENCE AND

Striders Restaurant POSTS


Phone 215 Sunbury, Ohio The Condit Farmers

Co-operative Co.

Centerburg Condit Sunbury

_________________________________________________________________________________________


R. P. Anderson

Headquarters for

DRUGS, KODAKS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES

DRUG SUNDRIES

Phone 68

_________________________________________________________________________________________


Established 1872

THE FARMERS BANK

Unincorporated

INDIVIDUAL LIABILITY

Sunbury, Ohio

_________________________________________________________________________________________

"Apple sauce is stewed happiness."
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[page 183]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Seventy-Nine]


"The only thing that can live in the house all the time is a table

with wooden legs or a chair with a stiff back."

_________________________________________________________________________________________


THE SUNBURY

SAVINGS & LOAN CO.

Sunbury, Ohio

AN INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS

Safety, Profit and Convenience are embodied in our 5% Deposits

Not how we eat but how we live

Not what we want but what we do

Not what we seem but what we are

Not what we earn but what we save.

_________________________________________________________________________________________


HONEST, COURTEOUS SER- When in need of

VICE BUILDS OUR BUSINESS Hardware Roofing

LUMBER COAL Stoves Furnaces

and or

BUILDING SUPPLIES Fencing and Posts

SUNBURY LUMBER CO. Call and see

Sunbury, Ohio Strong & Stanforth

Phone 64 Sunbury, Ohio

____________________________________________________________________________________________

"Sleep with your window open and your mouth shut."
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 184)

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Description

[page 184]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Eighty]


"Winter underwear is not to be sneezed at."

___________________________________________________________________________________________


Root's Department Store

DRY GOODS and HOSIERY

BOOTS and SHOES

MEN'S and BOYS' CLOTHING

Our Motto: It Pleases Us to Please You

Sunbury, Ohio

___________________________________________________________________________________________


STELZERS

SANITARY GROCERY

and

MEAT MARKET

When Thinking of Something Good to Eat

THINK OF US


Phone 63 Sunbury, Ohio

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

"I'd rather be one gingerbread man than an army of chocolate soldiers."


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Title

The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 185)

Description

[page 185]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Eighty-One]


"Smile when you're mad -- and try to frown when you're happy."

____________________________________________________________________________________________


Ashley Co-operative Company


IT PAYS TO CO-OPERATE

____________________________________________________________________________________________


FURNITURE

Westbrook Drug Store Everything new in Furniture

Ashley, Ohio All the latest styles

DRUGS and MEDICINES Quality guaranteed

EASTMAN KODAKS UNDERTAKING

SCHOOL SUPPLIES and

AMBULANCE SERVICE

CLAUDE R. LEE

Ashley, Ohio

____________________________________________________________________________________________

Ralph E. Montgomery

LEADING BARBER


I make tonsorial work my specialty.

I study your face and cut your hair to suit your type.

Give me a call

Ostrander, Ohio

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

"Smile at the past and you can grin at the future."

The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 186)

Title

The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 186)

Description

[page 186]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred Eighty-Two]


"The greater the number of birthday candies -- the fewer the number of birthday candles."

_____________________________________________________________________________________________


THE PEOPLE'S STORE CO.

Cardington, Ohio

For Quality and Service

May we have the opportunity of convincing you?

THE PEOPLE'S STORE CO.

Cardington, Ohio

_____________________________________________________________________________________________


FRANK'S CONFECTIONERY

FRANK B. WORSTER, Proprietor

MOORES AND ROSS ICE CREAM

Lunch Sandwiches

Cigars Cigarettes

Cardington, Ohio

____________________________________________________________________________________________


SPRINGER'S MEAT MARKET

Fresh and Cured Meats


E. E. SPRINGER

Ashley, Ohio

____________________________________________________________________________________________


HOME OF DEPENDABLE MERCHANDISE

AT FAIR PRICES

CLOTHING DRY GOODS SHOES

DUNCAN, HOME CLOTHIER

Ashley, Ohio
The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 187)

Title

The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 187)

Description

[page 187]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Eighty-Three]


THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN

NATIONAL FARM PAPER

for

FARMER and FAMILY

______________________________________________________________________________________________


Phone 104

Frank A. Dalrymple

Lincoln - Ford - Fordson

AUTHORIZED SALES AND SERVICE

Ashley, Ohio


CARS TRUCKS TRACTORS





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The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County (p. 189)

Description

[page 189]

[corresponds to unnumbered page One Hundred and Eight-Five]


S U C C E S S


The high standard

of quality main-

tained by this or-

ganization and its

close cooperation

with the various

schools in prepara-

tion and layout of

their copy, is evi-

denced in this pro-

duction and has

won for us a follow-

ing far beyond our

expectations.


THE OHIO SERVICE

PRINTING COMPANY

LORAIN, OHIO
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[page 190]

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Description

[page 192]

[corresponds to back cover]

Dublin Core

Title

The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County

Subject

Ashley High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Bellpoint High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Berlin High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Brown High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Center Village High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook--1925
Delaware County (Ohio)--Big Walnut Local Schools--1925
Galena High School-- Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook--1925
Hyatts High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Orange High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Ostrander High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Powell High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Public schools--Ohio--Delaware County
Radnor High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook
Schools--Ohio--Delaware County
Sunbury High School--Ohio--Delaware County--Yearbook--1925
Yearbooks--Galena High School--1925
Yearbooks--Sunbury High School--1925
Yearbooks--Center Village High School--1925
Yearbooks--Delaware County (Ohio) schools--1925

Description

The Delcoan 1925 yearbook includes the high schools in Ashley, Bellpoint, Berlin, Center Village, Brown, Hyatts, Galena, Orange, Ostrander, Powell, Radnor, Sunbury in 1925. This item is in the Burrer Room at Community Library in Sunbury, OH.

Creator

The Delocan 1925. Compiled and edited by R.R. Benson, Pontiac Engraving Co. Chicago.

Date

1925

Contributor

Artist D.Beck, Yale University.

Rights

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

Format

Yearbook

Language

English

Type

Still Image
Text

Identifier

31067159

Citation

The Delocan 1925. Compiled and edited by R.R. Benson, Pontiac Engraving Co. Chicago., “The Delcoan 1925. The annual yearbook of the twelve centralized schools of Delaware County,” Delaware County Memory, accessed June 25, 2024, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/151.

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