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1935
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Published by

SENIORS OF

BELLPOINT HIGH SCHOOL

Volume I

1935
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Dedication

To Bellpoint High School, whose suc-

cesses have been outstanding and triumphant,

and whose spirit has been unsurpassed, we,

the Senior Class of nineteen thirty-five, deci-

cate this Annual.
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FACULTY

and

CLASSES
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Seniors

DOROTHY ELIZABETH ALDRICH, "Dot"

"We know not much of her as yet,

But like her? Sure we do, you bet."

Glee club 1, 2, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Basket ball

1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3.

JAMES BOYLAN, "Jim"

"A little nonsense now and then,

Is relished by the best of men."

Class president 1, 3; Dramatics 3, 4; Student

council 4; Basket ball 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4

LOUIS BREMER, "Louie"

"I like nothing better than to argue,

The spice of life is the battle."

Portsmouth High School 1; Williamsburg High

School 2; Belpre High School 3; Dramatics 4;

Basketball 4; Baseball 4.

DONALD CLARK, "Hotshot"

"He'd talk to a pump or a grindstone,

He'd talk to himself rather than keep still."

North High School 1; Class vice-president 4;

Dramatics 3, 4; Student council 4; Basketball

2, 3, 4; Baseball 2, 3, 4.

LEO DAVIS, "Red"

"Serious and well-behaved

Never any trouble gave."

Willis High School 2; Dramatics 1, 3, 4; Bas-

ketball 4; Baseball, 4.

VELMA GAREY, "Garey"

"Velma likes to take vacations,

Staying out of school is one of her tempta-

tions."

Class secretary-treasurer, 1, 3; Glee club, 1, 2,

3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Baskebtall 1, 2; Baseball

1, 2, 3, 4.

ELIZABETH HEALY, "Betty"

"This 'Miss' is better than a mile

With her charming ways and friendly smile."

Class secretary-treasurer 4; Glee club 1, 2, 3, 4;

Dramatics 3, 4; Basketball 1, 2; Baseball 1, 2, 3.

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Seniors

LORAINE MILLS, "Skinny"

"No trifling idles here hold sway,

Her work receives attention first then play."

Ostrander High School 1, 2: Secretary-treasurer

of Athletic Association 4; Glee club 3, 4; Dra-

matics 3, 4; Associate-editor of "The Pointer"

4.

BERNARD OWEN, "Put"

"We call this boy a flirt

Because he is attracted to every skirt."

FRANK PEIRSOL, "Frankie"

"Day after day I crab

Night after night I study

Test after test I flunk."

Glee club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4; Business

manager of "The Pointer" 4; Basketball 3, 4;

Baseball 3, 4.

HAROLD RADER, "Bub"

"For 'BUB' this world was built for mirth,

At least for him that's all it's worth."

Class president 2; Glee club 1, 2, 3; Dramatics

3, 4; Editor of the "Pointer" 4; Basketball 3, 4;

Basketball manager 2, 3.

JOHN ROBINSON. "Johnny"

"A boy with a great heart,,

In school always doing his part."

Class president 4; President of Athletic Associa-

tion 4; Glee club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatics 3, 4;

Student council 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Base-

ball 1, 2, 3, 4.

SAMUEL EVERTT STONE, "Sam"

"Sneers and frowns are not his style

He'll always greet you with a smile."

Glee club 1, 2, 3; Dramatics 3, 4; Basketball

3, 4; Manager of basketball 4.

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Junior Class

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BACK ROW (left to right): Mr. Scott, Miss Ross, Wray Sabin, Abe Kilbury, Miss

Fisher, Mr. Salisbury.

FRONT ROW: Gertrude Webster, Darlene Dunlap, Frances Freshwater, Esther

Thomas, Betty Rodgers.

The Sophomore Class

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FRONT ROW: (left to right): Jessie Andrews, Marjorie Thomas, Grace Prouty,

Dorothy Staley, Leona Mae Van Gundy.

BACK ROW: Harry Miller, Fred Sabins, Beale Fry, Mr. Scott, Harry Foreman,

Gladys Firman, Geraldine Firman.

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The Juniors have been an ambitious group throughout the past year and have

done their share in making it a year of success. Last October they gave a Hallowe'en

Carnival and dance in the school auditorium. In March they gave their play "The

Importance of Being Earnest," with the following cast:

Algernon Moncrieff...........Abe Kilbury

Lane Worthing, J.P.........Frank Peirsol

Lady Blacknell........Frances Freshwater

Hon. Gwendolen Fairfax.....Betty Rodgers

Miss Prism (governess).....Esther Thomas

Cecily Carden...........Gertrude Webster

Rev. Canon Chasuble, D.D.....Wray Sabins

Merriman (maid)...........Darlene Dunlap

The Junior-Senior banquet given at Old Chase Tavern in Worthington, April 12,

was also a big success. All present had a delightful time and feel that the Juniors

gave the Seniors a splendid banquet.

CLASS OFFICERS

President...............Gertrude Webster

Vice-President.............Esther Thomas

Secretary-Treasurer........Betty Rodgers

CLASS OFFICERS

President.................Jessie Andrews

Vice-President...............Jean Cooper

Secretary.................Dorothy Staley

Treasurer......................Beale Fry

The sophomores sponsored the annual freshman party and initiation this year as

always.

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The Freshman Class

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FRONT ROW (left to right): Maryalys Thomas, Eileen Webster, Mildred Shively,

Susan Shively, Albina Dunlap, Virginia Rutherford,

SECOND ROW: Mr. Salisbury, Rose Von Moegen, Clarine Moore, Vernon Geller,

Bernice Young, Mary Healy, Mary Freshwater, Miss Fisher.

BACK ROW: James Thomas, John King, Merle Macklin, Mr. Scott, John Miller,

Robert Thomas.

This is one of the largest and most promising classes that ever entered Bellpoint

High School. These freshmen were royally entertained and initiated by the sophomores

at the annual freshman party.

CLASS OFFICERS

President.....................Mary Healy

Vice-President...........Maryalys Thomas

Secretary..................Bernice Young

Treasurer............Virginia Rutherford

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Faculty

MR. SALIBURY, Supt.

Mathematics, Science, Junior high

MR. SCOTT, Principal

World History, Biology, Manual

Training, Boys' Athletic Coach

Junior high

MISS FISHER

Foreign languages, English IV,

Home Economics, Girls' Athletic

Coach

MISS ROSS

English I, English II, American

Problems, Junior high.

MRS. HEALY

Music Supervisor.

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Class Will

We, the members of the class of '35, of Bellpoint High School, make, publish, and

declare this to be our last will and testement, hereby vetoing all wills before made by

us:

ITEM I. We bequeath to our school:

1. All the chewing gum under the desks.

2. Notes taken during class.

3. Good times we have had during our high school days.

ITEM II. Generous and overly talented members of this class make the following

individual bequests:

1. I, Frank Peirsol, bestow my sunny disposition upon Frances Freshwater, my French

pronounciation upon Gertrude Webster, my little green hat upon Abe Kilbury, and my

ability to sleep in study hall upon Marjorie Thomas.

2. I, James Boylan, bequeath my periodical "days off" to Marjorie Thomas, my basket-

ball position to James Thomas, my interest in women to Abe Kilbury, and my care-

fulness in driving to Beale Fry.

3. I, Donald Clark, bestow my basket ball position and good-understanding upon Wray

Sabins, my noisiness upon the Freshmen girls, and my love for trucks and my little

red lantern upon Betty Rodgers.

4. I, Harold Rader, bequeath my position as editor of "The Pointer" to an unlucky

Junior, my ability to drive slowly behind big trucks to Abe Kilbury, and my musical

ability to John Miller.

5. I, Velma Garey, bequeath my succession of men to Betty Rodgers, my absence

from school to Abe Kilbury, and my school notes to Esther Thomas.

6. I, Leo Davis, bestow my basket ball position upon Harry Miller, my promptness of

book reports upon Wray Sabins, and my good manners upon the person who needs

them most.

7. I, Loraine Mills, bequeath my honor roll position upon Gertrude Webster, and

my work on both paper and annual upon the Junior class as a whole.

8. I, Bernard Owen, bestow my good looks upon James Thomas, my bashfulness upon

Abe Kilbury, my basket ball position upon Merle Macklin, and my ability in dramatics

upon Gertrude Webster.

9. I, Sam Stone, bequeath my fondness of Ostrander girls to Harry Foreman, my

gracefulness on the basket ball floor to John King, my Ford to Esther Thomas, and

my good grammar to the Freshman class.

10. I, Dorothy Aldrich, bestow my excellent reading of French upon Esther Thomas,

and my regular attendance at play practice upon Darlene Dunlap.

11. I, Louis Bremer, bestow my very apparent "attempt to bluff" upon John Miller,

my self-made argument upon Beale Fry, and my basket ball position upon Kenneth

Thomas.

12. I, Betty Healy, bequeath my ability to make pie crust to Betty Rodgers, and my

book keeping to Alice Easton.

13. I, John Robinson, bequeath my bass voice to Wray Sabins, my basket ball position

to Bobby Thomas, my basket ball signals to John King, and my position as Presi-

dents to the Juniors who are unfortunate in getting them next year.

Senior History

May, 1932

Dear Mickey:

Well, here we are at last--having embarked on the great event of our careers--high school.

We entered twenty-two strong, the greenest of the green. We became full fledged Freshmen

by the party that was given for us by the Sophomores. The first year was fairly uneventful, you

know Freshmen always are a little minor anyway, but the thrill and anticipation that always be-

longs to us lasted until the end of the year. We all feel a little better now since we know that

we will no longer be "those terrible Freshmen." So long until next year.

Yours,

Minnie

May, 1933

Dear Mickey:

Last year was an awful strain on our nerves but this year it was different. We could sit

back with ease, content that we had one class at least lower than we. Several members of our

class went out for athletics in a big way and we feel proud of our representation in those activi-

ties. Just give us time, we're growing in prominence.

Goodbye,

Minnie

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May, 1934

Dear Mickey:

We've been Juniors all year. People are beginning to recognize us because of the grand

party we gave them on Hallowe'en. We had dancing 'n' everything. Our class had nineteen

members this year which is only three less than we had when we started. Not bad, we say.

Our class play, "It's In the Bag," was a huge success and we realized enough money to give

our superior friends, the Seniors, a party with a grand dinner and dance afterwards. The old

tradition of getting class rings was kept by us this year and rings with tiger eye sets were

obtained. All in all, we had a very successful and eventful year, don't you think?

So long,

Minnie

May, 1935

Dear Mickey:

At last our dream is realized--Seniors! Do you think we stopped work though? Not on

your life. We won the subscription campaign for our school paper with the Freshmen, bless

their little hearts, right behind us. The Juniors gave us a wonderful banquet in April that was

followed by a more wonderful dance. We did one thing this year that we trust will be car-

ried on by our successors--we materialized plans for an annual. Our supervisor helped us and

as a result of hard work on both her part and ours, the first annual of B.H.S. is the result.

When we were those green Freshmen, we didn't realize what a responsibility it was to be a

Senior. But my, we have learned. Everyone worked so hard the last six weeks that we were

almost forced to call a few days rest period. Commencement activities, and particularly our

play, "Invisible Eyes," were a terrible strain on our tired four year old high school brains. Yes--

as a class we have accomplished much, and now we enter into a big-cruel world feeling sad

that our happy high school days are over.

Au Revoir

Minnie

Class Phrophecy

BELLPOINT PLAZA

BELLPOINT, OHIO

Entertainment and Floor Show Manager

Dorothy Aldrich John Robinson

May 20, 1950.

Dear Mary Eliz:

Well, here I am in Bellpoint making collections for my flourishing Lantern Man-

ufacturing Company. Since I have so much leisure time on hand--people here pay

bills readily--I have been reading our friend, "The Literary Digest," now edited by

Loraine Mills. There is, in this wonderful magazine, a two page article devoted to the

well know father of the sextuplets, Harold Rader. Also an article on "The Fine

Points of Basketball" by Coach Owen of the University of Illinois appears in this issue.

And boy! On the page, "They Stand Out In The Crowd," there were some

real outstanding personalities: first, comes Samuel E. Stone, (remember him?), who is

now an English Professor at Columbia University and an outstanding specialist in

verbalism. Second, Leo Davis is the president of the White Sulphur Limited, which

is using the latest type of Zephyrs. Third, Louis Bremer is an outstanding radio crooner

and dance caller, who spends a greater portion of his time trying to argue with the

microphone. And of all people, Frank Peirsol is the president of the most exclusive

club in Bellpoint called "The Gripers."

A whole page is written on the new scientific genius who has discovered the out-

standing chemical of the centuries. For, as I suppose you know, Betty Healy has

brought forth this wonderful "midnight oil" because she was forced to use so much

of it in her "night life."

James Boylan is now trying out his new auto racer in which he expects to attain

a speed of 400 or more miles per hour. He has written an article on "How to Drive

Curves."

Yours truly,

Diogenes.

P.S. Since the State of Ohio has abolished all Breach of Promise Cases and all ali-

mony cases, Velma Garey, the greatest of all hunt and dig stenographers, has been out

of a job, so she is doing this typing for me.

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From These Little Children

Grew Our Great Seniors

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[Row 1: left to right]

"Dot" Right "Frankie" "Put" Left "Johnny" "Hot Shot"

[Row 2: left to right]

"Red" "Jim" "Skinny"

[Row 3: left to right]

Right Who??? Left "Bub"

[Row 4: left to right]

Left "Sam" Below "Garey" Below "Betty"
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[photo of Basketball Team]

TOP ROW (left to right): James Thomas, Beale Fry, Harold Rader, Samuel Stone,

Louis Bremer, Harry Foreman, Frank Peirsol, Merle Macklin, Coach Scott.

FRONT ROW: Abe Kilbury, Leo Davis, John Robinson, Donald Clark, Bernard

Owen (captain), James Boylan, Wray Sabins.

[photo of Manual Training group]

In the picture, left to right are: Instructor Mr. Scott, Harold Rader, John Robin-

son, Bernard Owen, Kenneth Thomas, Samuel Stone.

[photo of Home Economics group]

TOP ROW (left to right): Frances Freshwater, Dorothy Aldrich, Betty Healy,

Miss Fisher.

BOTTOM ROW: Dorothy Staley, Geraldine Ferman, Marjorie Thomas, Gertrude

Webster, Betty Rodgers.

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Athletic Association

The Bellpoint Athletic Association is an institution which makes the athletic activi-

ties of Bellpoint High School financially possible. By this means all sports equipment is

bought. Membership is gained by the entrance fee of one dollar. Officers of the

association this year were: President, John Robinson; Secretary-treasurer, Loraine

Mills.

Basketball Team

BOYLAN--Snappy forward, quick shot and is he hard to guard!

CLARK--An outstanding center, excellent pivot man and an eye for the basket.

DAVIS--Smooth guard, snappy passer with splendid floor work.

OWEN--Keen eye for the basket, wicked man on defence and speedy floor work.

ROBINSON--Tough guard, smooth passer and a strong fighter.

The team has just completed a very successful year, winning twenty-two games

and losing three. In a race for the Delaware County Championship, Bellpoint came

out on top, placing one member, Jim Boylan, on the first all county team. Our other

forward, Bernard Owen, was outstanding by being the leading scorer for the team.

Manual Training

The manual training class has done considerable during the year to improve the

looks of the school building in the way of a book case, athletic cabinet, dinner box

benches, etc.

Home Economics

The home economics class has served meals twice weekly during the school year.

They have made enough money to carry on their work and have contributed a nice

sum of money toward the annual and the school paper.

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Student Council

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TOP ROW (left to right): John Robinson, Donald Clark, James Boylan.

BOTTOM ROW: Maralys Thomas, Ora Webb, Betty Rodgers, Gertrude Webster.

A student council was elected this year for the first time, and have done fine work

planning our chapel programs and other school activities. The members were elected by their

respective classes and the president of the senior class was an honorary member.

OFFICERS

BETTY RODGERS, Secretary

JOHN ROBINSON, President

JAMES BOYLAN, Vice-President

Paper Staff

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TOP ROW (left to right): Bernice Young, News Editor; Loraine Mills, Associate Editor; Betty

Rodgers, Feature Editor; Gertrude Webster, Circulation Manager; Jean Cooper, Joke Editor.

BOTTOM ROW: Beale Fry, Sports Editor; John Robinson, Alumni Editor; Frank Peirsol,

Business Manager; Bernard Owen, Advertising Manager; Harold Rader, Editor.

Glee Club

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TOP ROW (left to right): Frances Freshwater, Virginia Rutherford, Betty Healy, Mary

Freshwater, Clarine Moore, Bernice Young, Grace Prouty.

SECOND ROW: Esther Thomas, Gertrude Webster, Rose Van Morgan, Gladys Firman, Mildred

Shively, Susan Shively, Velma Garey, Loraine Mills.

BOTTOM ROW: Maralys Thomas, Albina Dunlap, Eileen Webster, Dorothy Staley, Jessie

Andrews, Betty Rodgers, Ora Webb, Leona Van Grundy.

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The May Queen

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Betty Rodgers

By popular election of the entire high

school, a May Queen was chosen. We hope

to establish a tradition which will be carried

on in the years to come by the students of

this school. The May Queen is selected for

personality from the junior class. She will be

crowned during the Class Day program.

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School Calendar

SEPTEMBER

4 School opens. Everyone eager to begin.

5 First assembly. Introduced to new superintendent.

19 First P.T.A.

21 Seniors have weiner roast. Parties are beginning.

OCTOBER

2 Student Council organized.

Class elections.

5 Baseball at Ostrander. Girls showed up the boys.

12 Freshmen are full-fledged high school members now. Freshman-Sophomore party.

Grange had big party at school building.

16 Seniors order invitations.

25 Black cats, and witches! Juniors have Hallowe'en Carnival.

26 Hurray, a vacation! Teachers' meeting.

NOVEMBER

6 Had a political brainstorm. Held elections in school.

9 Paper staff chosen. Now we can learn "Who's who" in our school.

Armistice day assembly program. Were entertained by Wesleyan Singers.

10 Received basketball schedule. Will we go through?

14 P.T.A.

23 Basketball season opens at Ashley. Hurray, we won our first game.

26 First edition of "The Pointer."

27 Close shave! Played Watkins and won by a point.

28 Turkey vacation at last. Thanksgiving vacation starts.

DECEMBER

1 Second edition of "The Pointer." It's getting better.

7 Tight squeeze. Won from Berlin by 33 to 28.

14 Easy going. Won from Orange 36 to 14.

15 Boys hit snag. Lost by one basket to Delaware.

20 Won from Galena. We're going again.

21 Christmas operetta by grades.

Room programs and gifts exchanged.

At last! Vacation begins.

JANUARY

2 Too bad but grind must continue.

4 The jinx is broken. Defeated Hyatts by five points.

7 Board of Education has oyster supper. We'll bet they kept the pearls.

8 Seventh and eigth grade boys play Ostrander basketball. Splendid, they'll be

good when they get in high school.

10 Juniors start play practice.

11 At Plain City, won by 21 to 9.

12 Going right along. Defeated Powell 35 to 10.

14-15 Worry, worry, worry. Semester exams.

16 P.T.A. Interesting talk by Judge Jewell.

18 Assembly. Temperance discussion by Professor Higley.

Basketball at Radnor. Our victory.

21 First P.T.A. minstrel practice.

23 Some excitement! Defeated Ostrander 28 to 25.

25 Look at the birdie. Group pictures of school taken.

FEBRUARY

1 Traveled to the other side of the county to take Harlem 40 to 19.

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2 Another trip. Won from Lancaster 35 to 25.

6 Another issue of "The Pointer."

8 Will victories never cease? Won from Sunbury 29 to 18.

13 Faculty gives P.T.A. program.

14 Home Economics class gives banquet in honor of mothers.

15 Won from Brown 20 to 9.

16 Another ride. Lost to Cardington by two points.

20 Juniors gave "The Importance of Being Earnest." Very well presented.

23 More excitement! County tourney begins. We won out.

MARCH

2 Hurrah for our side. Won the county tournament.

4 Sectional Glee club practice.

6 More practice. P.T.A. minstrel practice.

8-9 District tourney. Won out.

15 Too bad. We lost to London in district.

20 P.T.A. Minstrel. Did Sambo ever shine?

23 Senior scholarship day. Sent five representatives.

25 Sectional Glee club practice.

29 Joe Boylan comes to front by winning first place in 8th grade test.

APRIL

1 Last issue of "The Pointer."

5 We'll bet a lot of bird seed was consumed. County Music Festival at Gray

Chapel.

9-10 Every pupil test.

13 The fashion parade of the year. Junior-Senior Banquet.

24 Seniors attend court.

P.T.A. holds meeting.

26 Seniors and Juniors have another big day. Travel to Mansfield for survey of re-

formatory and factories.

27 Basketball season closed by banquet at school building.

MAY

3 County Baseball tourney. Rain. No game.

10 Semester exams for Juniors and Seniors begin. Finals!!

12 Activities begin. Baccalaureate.

13-14 Final exams for everybody.

15 Pre-school clinic 9:00

Senior Class Play, "Invisible Eyes."

16 Recognition program 10:00

Eighth grade commencement.

Class Day, 1:00

17 Hurray!! Last day of school. Alumni ball game.

8:00 Commencement.

After commencement senior reception at Mr. and Mrs. Salisbury's.

18 4:00 Too early. Senior Breakfast.

24 End of everything. Alumni Banquet.

Senior Activity Week

May 12.................Baccalaureate

May 15....................Class Play

May 16.....................Class Day

May 17..................Commencement

May 17..............Senior Reception

May 18..............Senior Breakfast

May 24................Alumni Banquet

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Autographs

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Autographs

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THE POINTER 1935

This page we dedicate to those organ-

izations which have helped make this annual

possible by their contributions of ten dollars

each.

Parent Teachers Association

Junior class

Home Economics class

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ANDERSON CLOTHING CO.

Delaware, Ohio

Compliment

of

DELAWARE MILK CO.

Superior Products

Compliement

of

BLAIR-KELLEY

DELAWARE FARMERS

EXCHANGE

Hardware and

Implements

Wholesale Candies

at

EVANS BROS.

Compliments

of

PEATS PLACE

Ostrander, Ohio

L.J. RICHARDS

VETERINARIAN

Hospital for Large and Small

Animals

Compliments

of a

Friend

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STRAND THEATRE

Delaware, Ohio

Delaware's Picture Playhouse

of Character

MARICAD GIFT SHOP

M. CADAWALLADER

Gifts for every occasion

Phone 6158 Delaware, Ohio

CHARLES MANN'S

RESTAURANT

Home Cooked Meals and

Confections

OSTRANDER, OHIO

This space is

dedicated to Phillip.

Phillip Who?

Phillip Space

Compliments

of

CASE SHOE SHOP

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When Quality Counts

Our Flowers Win

BARRETTS

Manchester Studio

Portraiture

and

Commercial Photographs

Frames Made to Order

Play Billiards

at

THE "CLUB"

Delaware Shoe Shining

All Kinds of Polishes

and

Best of Work

Graduation Gifts

at

YEHLEYS

$1.00 Watches

up Diamonds

Winter Street Drug

Store

4 West Winter Street

Telephone Delaware

2224 Ohio

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Title

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Description

[page 27]

[corresponds to page Twenty-six of The Pointer 1935]

Humphries Motor Sales

Cars Ford Trucks

27 W. William St. Delaware

Complete Service All Makes

of Cars

The First National Bank

Delaware, Ohio

Established 1857

Compliments

of

Veley Barber Shop

5 West William St.

Delaware, Ohio

F.H. COWLES

General Merchandise

COAL, GRAIN, and FEED

White Sulphur, Ohio

Banquets Served by

BUN THE BAKER

of Delaware

For Those Who Appreciate Good Food

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Title

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Description

[page 28]

[corresponds to page Twenty-seven of The Pointer 1935]

Compliments

of

Ostrander Banking Co.

Ostrander, Ohio

Peoples Store

Mens'

Boy's Sports
Phone
Clothes wear
6438
Shoes and

Work

Clothes

Bellpoint Motor Service

Phone 9995

Chevrolet Cars

Goodyear Tires

Exide Batteries

Gates Fan Belts

Sohio Products

Help Boost Our School

STAR THEATRE

R.C.A. High Fidelity

Sound System

Delaware, Ohio

When in Need

of a

Hair Cut

Come to

SCHANKS

Basement of People's Bldg. Loan Co.

"GIBSON"

The

Florist

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Title

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Description

[page 29]

[corresponds to page Twenty-eight of The Pointer 1935]

Congratulations

to the

Bellpoint High School Annual

Shively Motor Sales

Studebaker - Hudson - Terraplane

Chevrolet

TRY OUR SERVICE

Delaware Motor Sales

Compliments

of the

Ostrander Farmers

Exchange

The Independent

PRINT SHOP

"Prompt Printers for Particular People"

9 EAST WILLIAM ST. PHONE 2582

DELAWARE, OHIO

KINSEY'S

DRUG STORE

Corner of Sandusky and

William St.

Delaware, Ohio

S. E. OWEN

SERVICE STATION

White Rose Gasoline

Enarco Motor Oil

London Road

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Title

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Description

[page 30]

[corresponds to back cover of The Pointer 1935]

[blank]

Dublin Core

Title

The Pointer

Subject

Delaware County--Bellpoint--Ohio
Public schools--Delaware County--Ohio--Bellpoint High School
Yearbooks--Bellpoint High School--1935

Description

Bellpoint High School Yearbook 1935

Publisher

Seniors of Bellpoint Highschool 1935

Date

1935

Rights

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

Format

Yearbook

Language

English

Type

Still Image
Text

Identifier

22221041

Citation

“The Pointer,” Delaware County Memory, accessed June 25, 2024, http://delawarecountymemory.org/items/show/207.

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