Abraham Lincoln Junior High School - Annual Yearbook (Rockford, IL)

 - Class of 1926

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If life were only like your course- A beautiful, happy song. ' ELSIE MALLEY, am. GLENWOOD LAKE AND LORING CASCADE 12 f , X fwraiviwfinf ff. 'r WF l l " fl l l "l ll MMQ F:i4T?afflff5'3?1 " ' Q. A -, . JA:-f L 'K . ,. ----14:-'ge-. .. QQ QE.. -je A- 9' '- e ,-, .J 7l"1f' xJ1"'5L:x'i.ii 'f ..ff. , wffim Q '51 9. '- N' " " - i ' ' 'Ziff' ' m.,'-f,.s,,,x," "1'A:"":::C'?iEggf9f.?'f7i ,x-f ' .-.-N -. . , ,. W- -- f 'N-MJ ,.,... ---4, ...,, M -v-f - .--cue +P " f-453.5 1 53 Mef::e,.m:,,.:5e...e.,-pil -J Pr--fof' . .rfL::-:--- A if Oh, most wonderful tree both withered and old, Out of your history some pages unfold, And tell me a lale of the years gone by. While under your spreading branches I lie. A Iale of the Redmen who roamed the great wood, And under your shellering boughs so oft stood, Of the pioneers also reveal unto me. Their greatness their courage oh, wonder- ful tree. LILLIAN BRODY, SA. ENTRANCE TO GLENVVOOD PARK AND ITS FAMOUS ELM TREE OVER FIVE CENTURIES OLD' :wig 2'ffL..-,w -3 " ' Q if FALL' fiw LLIN LQNT MFE J W are ff Q -AES-A:-...Ql5ti:,f, jay?-.i?i 1, ,.L...,-rm..- -.,Yr 4. 1231-3-.f2f,,Iy4i3: If- - .... :fn -F.. ,rar . . ,, , . ,, ..,L,. -. ,.,, .,,, , ., .. ., X ,, H H . ,,,,'-W vw., 'sis 5 W 1 11 ' W- ---v-T ----ATT - - Y I F . 3,9-,..'f.15-f': 4 - ' -".p,.f-'L ' am'-:son .J , -E ! 1 F X QJf5Y'7T John Hd U -m ,aa- A,t , . , 'QT ' ' N , U. ...fu ug v E' U g gi Y.. fift h! iiigjltll-1-:ffm in 1 A i ,L in wx' ,. i .. -ur -2 N: ,, ..j.,Jg,. I - -V 5.9213 L V L'T'9'sNj' 1 1-1 - ' f' , QM' . 5 . in I- , X , ' AVN-V. V il JT Qi li "ig -- - - 1- i- I 1 4 f f 1"' r ' ' , . A. Iva Q 1 -1 I " 'fra -'f f' f af-za-f.-15595-5 N- I I Q , .. - . 1 Walla Pd OUR NEIGHBORS 14 .pq 9 -y, n 'l www 5 'Rf-19'w 4-algivfi 2-HMA? --...E-7 J: 4 Q. 3 I -' 4-. Q ' .... - " ' A , -- -1:52-HJ V pI.Hm13I 45.-gg?-H27 W 1!,..I.I: A as--" - - '?l -, '+ f by -- jh.: N , ul I yi - gl , www ,Al ,-- I jg-I QQ: . 'r .1 -. Q r .1 "" I ,.-mg .ag f 1, - V . f- 'fha gffagff' Wigbg , , W -' 'iv ' I ' A ' "' u kkk' .-5, 1- , . .1 Q 4. I Ai' ' -I-:'nie11:f'y?-fi ff? CONTENTS FACULTY CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS LI TERA 'PURE ATHLETICS FEATURE . , ,f-W-wm..w,.,-o...iW, -WW.. ,-,wwama-A-,..,.L,--..w-....,,.w-we-as -,ga ,-sw as-fgnssf-.:,,..-....., , . ,, :. 'w".g lf53'E'1hi' ,V iw W 'M CTN- "' J. WTC -n-:wi-35 S" Q" 'l ifwwf--?'a.. ' ""' ' " -H-' ' 1 '1'.:-,.Faf:ff+wJfQ31--" l ?g,f+2ws----...c. L .1 'rrzxe-ag, , H 1 , ,, . we 5 rs2fa??, . --fr sfEiQflg,1,X,, 4 , , ff '-:,., ..,:,, V. M- ,MQ f ' , EW ,CPG-5-. Qi I1 :1'2?.L1:,..w.-.....-fl,,,- ,M ,,,,mw,-7,.,,fX'::zxm.?.'ix"L:..1.5i1-ff ' "" 'J"' 5' JT 1r"s1F'..s ., . ....- .,,, A. A H g , . .,, , i if ii ,A.,.. ,,,....,.....,, ..,. W MMM. ' ,:6.' -IQ- 1,41 1926 ANNUAL STAFF Angeline Nelson, Snapshots: licn 'lSrooks, Featurcg Abraham Berman, Managing Editor, Mrs, O'Bricn, Faculty Adviser, Eleanor Taylor, Alma XVesterdal1l, Girls' Athletics, Zollie Stoller, Advcrtisingg Deana Harris, Freda libin. Artists: George Millar, Assistant Circulation Manager, Owen Berg, Circulation Manager, Alvin Pauly, Sidney Pratt, Artistsg Julius Davis. Boys' Athlclicsg Vivian Gill, Libby Gershon, Alice Miller, Adelle Ganrnd, Typists FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE Editing --... .,...,..,,......... ...,.. M rs. O'Brien Athletics.-- ..... ....., . .. Miss Fecly, Mr. Fischer Business ....,,. ...Y ..,,,. -.....- ,.....,. .,.lVliss Tice Scenic ....,...... . ......,..,, ,.,.,.,,,,,, M rs. Michelsen Art ..,.,.,, ,.., M rs. Deliorc, Miss McNamara Photography.. .,.....,.,.. ...,, M iss Carlson Snapshots ,.., ,...,...,, . . .,.,,,.. Miss Gunderson wc.. 12. , in 'Ti 7 r ' CIRCULATION MANAGERS Back Row-Fincgold, Lubctisky, Sclllimovitz, Stoller, Hoffman, Haskell, Stromgren, Berg, Ross, '.l.'a.ylor, Olson, Laulaxnen. Second from Back-Garelick, Loccff, Golrlsman, Engler, Laven, Kinnanrler, Hyster, Adams, Miller, Farrell, Carr, Silver. Third from Back-Grossman, Zatz, Mcrsky, Gershon, Fogcl, Schneider, Miss Tice, Magnuson, Haley, Idelkope, Lcvins, Koval, Noun. Front Row-Lax, Klein, Lcnske, Grecnhurg, Tilicker, Kliffcr, Holman, Dunn, Mandcll, Gross, Licht, Norgren. 16 Hxcufrv Q- udre us-IJ 1 7 ' J -a V. , "jf 5- ' Wm., Yr-1 ..,. L. ----:s-f:....:: "'A"::e1-,:...w. ' ' -g,,,:, , --Q -.1 k , -..,,,..: ' --W W-M 1 Q als? M 'W Y' is X s. v f si. Y S ., ..,. 'N J . Sf' f -. ,-. ,M - -, 31... .., .s f w -.ww 'J-". - 'ii.,i.Yf' W" V' ' '-3-X fi X .fifi-'-i:Aa'f l"Wf.5.1ii .QW3:1-:1,,,..f4:.,'v::r:-.-....-...,x M '1215-1 is-...ggj2C..i'i,:1f ., ,15.w,wi,.i M. N., - V. , '-Wiw' .M ' . si 1 . 55:52 A '. -. 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Top Row, Left to Right-Miss Yike, Mrs. Michelson, Miss Scllonebaum, Miss Tice, Miss Kirkland, Miss Kimball. Second Row, Left to Right-Mr. Schlotfclt, Mrs. O'Brien, Mrs. Koefod, Mr. Koehler, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs. VVeddel, Mr. Lama. I A First Row. Left to Right-Miss McDonald, Miss McNamara, Miss Neill, Miss Irving, Mrs. Moran, Miss Northcy. - . 18 .. x LiHfX""..Ff"?'f"'?1f' L Y ' 'L dj' 'H ' "L 3 'N' " Q L"':f.-'lf?f4EQr?5 , . 5521 2 "Fw 'W - . -, ' ' , " . - -"Sw" 1-:Yr " 35v:.1'Z:'- 2:55 LEN RNL -. . .f 'f .... . K -- -, 1 Q -. A " J- 24535 fs- '.w,:,.....vw., A .4 Gigsgijf-wfu 'Y A eva-MES. T971 5'rZ,3ef5" wy H' - ' ' ' AHL" 'klyP:::::u-:fW':3gf51a.f.....,..vll, "' "J "" ""::L"'ff-W .-iw.-k'::' 4ifm:5i'1:2g!f' .L P . . nf. - A 2 f , .. - ---,- N-V -,...fm...n- .73-pry----v ,. .,. .... ' ::-- --'- ' pg, ,, , , 5 ' ,. " 1--:L,...1' A--14 r- - - v"w"::'.2:z"v" . .1-:::M::: ,,,. r- F-.:,L..:::g..1 ,fr 1 N 19 .1 -. ....,...,. ,,,, ,,...Y ,, ,,...-.. .,-.,... .. . 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TT"'S 'I if I '- ,ggzs-:g1:T1Qi' f'r".,LF -11-'E ,..,. , ' Emi'-' ' 5 I . ll .,.,, "" 1 , ' - 'i ,,.,,??f,-.i. l T ' I - .... - V. l '43f!"i:Ql?f ' 'Tiff I. 'M '9ET,"3 'N'-'ij J"-'L . .... H i - "-" ,. ,..... . .wa .:.. fbi x i.: J, . . m z?s: i . I OUR PATRIOTIC CORRIDOR It is fitting and proper that the decoration of the foyer of the Lincoln Junior High School be dedicated to the building and preservation of our nation. It emphasizes good citizenship and outstanding events in American history. The walls of a light orange color are bordered by a hand-painted design. Entering by the frontentrance one sees on the right a picture of "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity," after the original by Edward Simmons in the Appellate Court Room of the Criminal Courts Buildings, in New York City. On the left is "The Fates," also by Edward Simmons and in the same collection as the former. The two correspond in color and arrangement. Entering the main corridor one is immediately impressed by a picture of Saint Gauden's statue of Lincoln in Lincoln Park, Chicago. The statue reveals all the characteristics of Lincoln. stability, tenacity, and reflection. At the left is "The Boy Lincoln," by Eastman Johnson. At the extreme left is "The Reading of the Declaration of Independence," by Edwin Austin Abbey after the original in the Pennsylvania capitol. Across the hall from this is "Washington Crossing the Delaware," by Emanuel Leutze. At the extreme right is "Willia1n Penn's Treaty With the Indians," by Edwin Austin Abbey. Over the doors leading to the auditorium are inscribed statements of prin- ciples on which our government is founded. Above the left entrance is the open book and the inscription, "Ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make ye free." John 8:32. Over the middle door is the United States shield and the words, "Government of the people, by the people, for the people shall not perish from the earth," Over the right door are the doves of peace and the scale of justice and the words, "Justice that God and man do equally adore." 20 I x N 1 CLASSE zgifziq., ,.-,..:-:-':::.....if1+ff::.m ---'f - .... Mmv-www-V-W1-1133.3 '::1..:+'1Nf::,ff '--- -:.:" ff:-1 j xiii? , A L- -j K Ar k-3 ' 5 -Q ,4::4f:-x--.. A 'cgi ' k .Lf-gi"X3'?' - P -- m--, ' ffm. . 1,9--, r-' f Q,f'e'gaQ:5fig 5 QE?i,.a,,g,,....-L-,-- .,l',:ff::-1373wi-ggggmivzr-N-4vf-Q-'T .gzgfdfgf-A vi , N.,,..R-gf X- wr-Jv..fsi.f,.:"1 FH:-mv' . U x. y9's5g1m1., 1, W 1 JH- f ffl- - MV-ff -- T , -R 1 ffm,-"Y, 9-Zh - Fm.. 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Mimi Mayflower ..A.,,,.s Arthur Kaplan Earl Miller Paul Jansen Coleman Goldenberg Irving Dachis Leo Medal Paul Haight Arthur Haskell Nathaniel Stillman Martin Lebedoff Aaron Abramson Harry Sandler .Rose Banick Esther Berg Bcdelia Norris -,, Thyrza Judson . Emily Snodgrass Mimmie Graham Mrs. Rogers ,,,, -,. Mrs. Bumpskyd. Evangeline Slater ,... - .... Elgie Blixt Viola Kerr Ruth Lauderdale Florence Schectman Elaine Rosenthal Annabethl Chapman Genevieve Plante Ida Flum Evelyn Grossman Beatrice Cohen Lydia Ruut Florence Friedman Gertrude Raskin Ruth Lenske is-W5v?:"i?' .gi -Guy, 'ev , L T' ,V - ,, . f.-HM--nf. ,fL5'f ' ?'f - 5 . W, ?ff2:.:-ff-QW:..-mxgzl QQ,-'..Q-1m-w.:-n,f-my , 'fG2S2"f5'34'"VIM'31'Qlim.1-.Q--r-,f-1.mmf-:1:4 193- - - r V' :N :H f' 1 4 NINE A I a NINE A 24 la.-.4l , ,, , 'fm , I Tn:rf-:M-M.:4.f.3,.'-.,4ggn--:f-.--- ,.. J ,, 4, 'if-Q ---1' A"A- ---ff: " ww: -fp Txfff- : . . , .-,r J, 'Jak f M. ,V-1 g g. --'A ff: ., , .iff .N fi Rr. 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',t'n-+'55g1r.GraiQ5f:.xxf55se egg.:-rs .M f ""' ' f' 'iff-f':gg,7f fer:-,L-rv, . "1-.,...-f .a- .f'E'..-.. ---- GIRLS' BAND 1. Leiderman, Schwartz, Larson, Mrs. Harper, Laulaincn, Klugzuan, Swatez, Ross. 2. I-fcrl-rms, Anderson, Tucnge, Harris, Maas, Margulies, Armagost. 3. Cohen, Ciirtplson, Aalhu. Nelson, Zoubcr, Rabinowitz, Manthcy. 4. Rubinsky, btrung, Oli, Muir, Berman, Leiderman. TTH3GHU5'BAND The Girls' Band was organized in March, 1924. At the present time there are thirty members of the Hrst band. Twelve more girls are now studying and practicing. They will no doubt be ready to enter the first band in Septem- ber, l926. At the close of school in June, ten of the original members will linish Lincoln Junior High School work. Our loss will be North High School's gain. ORCHESTRA Not so many years ago our schools taught the "three Rs." This was a great advancement over' the times only a generation or two before when the great majority of people did not have that opportunity. Now we have not only the essentials of an education taught but various cultural subjects 'as well and of these music and its various activities is the greatest. NVe are taught music all through our public music course and as we learn we are given opportunity to practice that which we have learned in a way to be of permanent value to us all through our lives. Lincoln's orchestra furnishes the greatest opportunity for the largest num- ber of pupils and we now have seventy-five members who practice and work regularly for their own advancement. This is not required but is a privilege that all may have who wish. . For those who try to make the most of their opportunities there is the smaller orchestra of forty pieces which plays at various school entertainments. As in all our endeavors through life those who try and work receive the rewards while the lazy, the quitters, and the indifferent are left behind. 33 . -1 si .mt .yew-1 fwiiisrw-.L Ns., H1 f' 11' 'fair -Hr. , -'W L" 5:45 ' E' L.,g,.:f..,...-f,.,,- ,, k ,- M:-M'11!'7 x "" .1:.F' ' '.:-.-N1.,.:: YtE5?RL'X:1':'i4:i,s .ga ' ' .,,a.'lm'.SaW :gift f ' ,,,,,'-3:T""?.i',1 f'L-- f "3 iflmfe,3,,lm::3l34Sf5i"Q 35:25 2: , - 'iffffill .LL . 14..- .N ,eax:2-1 1:-- rf A . ' ., ,...V - . , , ,, -.-......s...fw:.w.vm.w, --':..f.,'zff-- . ' --V ,,,,f,f..--- Q-'z-5-Af-,Le-MimH1vm.-:.-gwmmke-..-., Eff J l l GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Gallagher, Rauseh, Pinsky, Mendelsohn, Ross, Margolies, Lowen. Burke, Cohen, XVeinlJerg, Ackerman, Katz, Seine, Turchik Greenwood, Dufliek, Oliver, Spsrling, Schwartz, Plotnick, Reiter, Ambrose, Gershrnan, Chesler, Dahl, Hill Langer, Dunleavy. Lower, Saposnelc, Kolila, Carlson, Tolxernuin, ldelkope, Katroser, Saldoff, Moses, Monclsehain, Roitenberg, Shapiro, Day, johnson, llcauclmine, Dahlstedt Fink, Vermes, Klungness, Holafman, Dahlznan, llis, Roseman, Morey, Prirneau, Miss Culver, Berenherg, Schwartzman, Hoffman, Rosenberg, Sirotto, Gavern, Dahl, Miehlin, Erickson, Schanficld QW . l -f .. ' ' BOYS' GLEE CLUB 1. Fisher, Sorenson, luster, Katz, Patton, Denon, Rosenlielcl, Daoust,-Siems, Marcus. Blankenhorn, Berg. Rabutnik, Lunacek, Ienista, Epstein, Stolar, '.i'LlfClI'll2l1l, Greenberg, Iskowitz, Fisher, Buckwold, Mozofsky, Lenske, Gebert 2. Rosen, Steckman, Lane, Schuver, Lane, Drcitzlcr, Bndwitsky, Johnson, Lambi, XVallo, Reiss, Addis 3. Meltzer, Kern, Mandel, Haas, XVeisman, Kostaxno, Ocloms, Anderson, Pierson, Greenberg, Schuster, Meltzer, Bennett, Shaffer, Meyers 4, Lax, Gordon, Goldstein, Klein, Liss, Lubetsky, Lax. Fisher, Goldstein, Miss Culver, Ilolnick, Herman, Bolm, Gifis, XVenclland, Saposnek, Laulainen, Dndick, Cohen 34 , V V3 ,wfrf-1A.?-,ff 1213:-fr:-jg-.:gsmwwzzs.-4f:r...mmxmw.awLf-:ff , Jsvw---'-----'::,.,- .1-nada,-: --'qw ,Hff,c3:.-T1 ki 42' f .- ,V .- 4 4 - :Kilo 45: ,ns -.. Q., H 4 15 1' Q,5-jm:g',,--12424 1 13 ' F 'vi' '32 " L UN MFE lf 'gi M K Wx 1 ,S - A Ti lf if wr 1 -.-Y Q. N. , -.VJ - ,. ,, .. N..-- . -,. ,. .. as ll raiqgg --ictag, . 1, - --gc. -W A--5.33--C-L, ,...,....w -A -f-'-"M---1-1'-P 4322.41 l Q' -VE, X .Qf 4: 2 af g,gMQ,, wi r' QF11::r:'v.,N - A - f rf -lm Y , :53n?f-+?'GffL!LmY::gpgn A.. g..u.,.u.:g,rMfJ...w-mimwgm-' ' 'M' ""' 'fy' ' .. +-'femur-www? go if ,o' S LINCOLN LIFE STAFF CFTRST Sl:IMES'l'ERb Dncllis, Kennedy, Mrs. O'B1'lCl1, Carlson. llaiglxt Imlkins, lleckc-r. Grossman, Morse, Sucgcr fllzmdcl, llclzcr, Varsllofsky, Dudick, Iilstarl Crary. Glollur, Ormyzm, Lcnske, Racn, Swansnn LINCOLN LIFE STAFF CSECOND SEMESTERQ Ixeucke Iudkins, Varshofsky, Stromgrcn, Mandel, Haskell, Morse, Iacohson Chodas Hartstem Mrs O Bnen, Strauss, liccker, Clascn, Lasken, Crary, Rivers, Seeger, Lawrence, Rosunberg, Greller, Cooper 35 -'z-'55 bihl ' 'j ,F " iff y 21.23 A- ff- Q,- L Q - lg ', -.155 , ,f . I ,,,. 4321315-Aff- ,,'f'e,w'1ff'4xf - '2 '?1' l'ff.'f" ,. ffzklf . "Rafal"l'l""'iL7I.1.,..a?,:f:fr:aaf:s:f 4-552 ' ' DRAM.-XTIC CLUB Fine, Holma, Ralsinowitz, Segal. Blixt, Sussman, Honey, Plante, Mfrs. Cowling, Donaldson, NVise, Parker, Goldenberg, Itscovitz Cook, Anderson, Samet, Fjelde, Gill, Levorson, McKean, Runbeck, Bard, Gaviscr, Adams, Godfrey, Silverstein, Sorotsky, Schnitzer, Harris Schwartz, Dorfman, Nolan, Altagen, Konn, Wleher, Rosenberg, Kaplan, Bcrnhagen, W'einstein, Gross, Schwartz, Blindman, Pratt, Kcswin Saliterman, Martin, Duglas, Soho, Andersen, Ifgsovsky, Bassin, Figcn, Berman, Xllainstock, Grossman, appaport Fischer, Meyers, Sarempa, Rothstein, Revorcl, Shapiro, Nelson, Sanders, Lelinsky, Ertelman, Fleislier, Solendcr, Lorlwrbanm, Feinberg, Skoll l Goldfus, YVcinstcin, Kreitznian, Milluncheck, :lllkfSlll7CSllCl', Banick, Hcstncss, Diamond, Ostrln, Rush, Blindman, Phillips, Orcnstcin, Chesler l HBANISHMENT SCENE" "Rose 0' Plymouth Town" Elgic: Blixt, Coleman, Goldenbcrg Dorothy Wise Rose Banick, Bettie Parker Daniel McKean, David Gaviser, Paul Donaldson 3 6 l , -:ff-H.-W-V, ,- --fW'fwf'f1"'H'-""' "1 ' ' W - 'iff'-1 7 -T., ms TMTQI' me-235 'w we ,Gr Wwveb' Q- -' " Wayan f -fffffgug 22: QW! w 3 .:--as f',x 445. ru m-.y QQfiff,Q.' ":"f11::i-iff .AA--11--MwfwfLAeiq:5A,j34: --Zig-1, A :QQ .w J , fn .Q B3g3Q..55:iF:,:, f---nw gyih-:wwf ,. .,. J- V..-fa' -- 33,7 X-up al nr dr-a 'wa Av WWV5, fe emma., Y.Y..,,, ,,,,n.K5:,,:,, , YW'--fk.--N , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,......,,,: ..,. - .. .. .. ,- DRAMATIC CLUB CSECOND SEMESTERD Laulaincn, Siegel, Bliss, Mrs. Miclmlscu Ccoachb, Swentek, Raskin, Anderson, Gaviser Lisovsky, Gross, Grossman, Sussman, Heney, Iskovitz, Peterson. Skoll, Pratt Letinsky, Schwartz, Sorutsky, Bloom, Hoffnmu, XVeinste:in, Rappaport, lllindman, Fisher, Goldfus Hestness, Holtll, Rush, Rosenberg, Anderson, Salilerman, Kcswin, Bentley, Stoller A Scene from the "Pageant of XVar and Peace," given by the Dramatic Club. 37 mm:wm::m:m.---N ,szygkzaf-2gE3:tf,:-, 111: ' ' ,"' - ,fxgk-V-1-, wg '5qj'f11,a,- . f5.,.Q5?if.,f ,.f,-.gsm-,.-.. ..,. W. L 5 V. Eg., WwiQ9,:yasx my 53l:ff+5Y:fr1,'-Koi-1 Y N. -5355--iggwmf' GW .2 fsfeffiif - fi . 1 V, gf, :f?23wZQ?S?'gf5 5:i ' ' " . ,'if1PZL-bZTfIffiE?Z11513,Fi-iiiaflwf --H --- wwf- 'Q . X...m..,-.-.. V .-..Y- W ----,M . 'fx , -V -'--..!f.,,- A -- 4-fifwf-'af H1 ,,, .Q-- .-A-. J A M b- - , ,L Q P... pf' + ,fix-A.:r-.rpgxw ?g1g,?w.'2fmf wmsw 1 V.... .. V. , A-..,.,,,h.-.. . 4'-If ' W ,-, 'if ' -lu? 3 L, N.'y":f' . whiff?-Wtlel f 'YESLLLB .. ' 5,52 xiii! as 1 i 55 PUBLIC SPEAKING CLUB U Muoers, Kaplan, Ehin, Miss Caroline Barron. Michcls. XVahl, Berman, Marcus Malisow, Iinglmuscr, Kuus, 'i.Cl'CSi, Grodnick, Marek Thornton, Gill, Unssin, Gznlantcr. Cohen, Sabeswitz, Engler, XVciss Rovnur, Coopcr, Pass, Hn-rnmzm, XYaIlnch, Lnceff, Ruscnherg. Lchcdoff V if ,N - wxngirs, ra ' --'r-:wa 1 Lt: 'Q .1 I I , Q : L nl ' i l gi by Y! 5 E -.t dw as- I .,VA A CAMP FIRE GIRLS Uasain, Hilary, Lawrence, Fahr, Day, Sirrutt, Bcrgmark Miller. Feigen, Tankcl, Hinitz, Gross, xVCill5lCiI1, Dedrick, Brown, Zicvc Runbuck, Abramson, Roscmrm, Lcwis, Ida Yikc, Ilcrmzm, Schneider, Katz, Reiter 38 vwwe T, V ,,?eW,eEe:,..,-..M:mA,, ff, ,e - Y. - e--eff? V, ,-,AL my M, ,L 4 5.-r!'1,',..i'v.--" - , V 4 ":',f:?m-4 4-Y..--.4-fxa '-, :pq w.,..qf- - 1 ggqng' Q15-if ff?-.. ' " f""'7"f-"7"'--Q13-ff 9 '2.-- . 'Yin' -f . ' .ei ,, .,f3ap.?.:' ",.rN"' F -Ifllf .- . .,- . . ,Q 131- , Q' if-ff3"'kil'ffB"' "Ny, - fM?55753f:q::s1, .is V,-f.e+..P-!:?K,:?els ' ff-'Y-43 A' 'F . mi f " 1 nh YAAV g"'L"" 1,4 ' yi- - ,fi - -- f- fwa, , - w:,,,a...m.,.f3.,4.....,..,,.-nf Mn., - , ff---me -- Y--we 1 4 - l , if -tfflx . A F Es.: '29 E-.'f-2 :Q THRIFT CAPTAINS Figen, Iosephson, Illnmbcrg. Victor, Miss Kimball, Goodman, Sicg, Cronick, Salcloff Shancdling, Hall, Jacobs, Erickson, Herskovitz, Goldvsarg, Malmquist, Rosenberg, Kricdbcrg Langer, Madoff, Silvcrlieb. XV::incr, Berg, Carlson, Kaplan, Kumpula, Marcus Satz, handler, Auviucn, Hofmann, Zarllc, Olson, Carlson, Simon, Karol SONG OF THE SAVERS CTUNE: COLLEGIATED Earning, planning. saving .is our molto wiseg Every one can be a saver if he fries. Just think now of the good things Your savings can buy, ' Things for which you need no longer sigh. Savers! Savers! Yes! lVe are the savers! People fortune favors! Yes, sir! Bank books showing Fine deposits growing, Keep our Thrift Cars going. Save! Stingy? No, for we with others share, Ana' we'll hack our school when she is needing money. Saving! Saving.! Earning. planning, saving! Never, never wasting! We're the savers! Save! Save! Save! - ' FLORENCE KIMBALL. 3 9 nr- . U Q .c Q . Mu nn an - fr t, ,-. ' - 'il-w.-.-wa, 1-lt.. -.ss-1------H .- .ttf ' fi r ' ,, , ....-.,. 1, .f ,,,,,.. ,fqfi,.,..,.g . t. .,, , ,, ..,. R 1 wir 'nlrii 1 - f. - Pukiktllhrury i 11111627-I Branch 5-an GIRL SCOUT TROOP NUMBER FOUR S. Shore, I. Rothstein, M. Gross, Mrs. Brett Moran, J. Farsht, S. Dorfman, E. Baker, H. Connor B. Bain, A. Tankel, E. Berger, R. Bacal, R. Ilanick, D. Dulgas, Kaplan, M, Mendelsolm, B. Gordon, S. Glass, M, DuScl1ane, L. Grife, I. Sussman The Scouts of Troop Number Pour for the past year have been actively engaged in studying for their merit badges with the result that on March 20th, the following Scouts were awarded these badges in public assembly in West- minster Church. The 'ACooking" badge, Clara Kliffer, Evelyn Baker, Jeanette Rothstein: the "Dancer's" badge, Rose Banick: .the "IVlusician's" badge, Helen Conner: the "Health Winner's" badge, Ardel Tankel, For perfect attendance at every scout meeting, 100 per cent, the following scouts were awarded a "gold star," Jeannette Rothstein, Clara Klilfer, Helen Conner. For 90 per cent attendance, the "silver star" was awarded Evelyn Baker, Edith Berger, Jeanette Farsht, Lillian Grife. Besides studying, the Scouts thoroughly believe in "doing a good turn daily," and by "helping others at all times." The troop helped the Junior Red Cross at Christmas, by making calen- dars, booklets, blotters and giving jellies and canned goods to our brave Vet- erans. Thanksgiving they furnished a basket bountifully Hlled with "goodies," for a deserving family of seven. Later they put on a playette, and turned the proceeds over to the "C1irls' Band" in our school. Annually they hold their "Parents-Teachers' Get-Together" Meeting, entertaining them with music. a fine speaker, plays, drills, and refreshments. Mr. McWhorter, assistant super- intendent, was the chosen speaker this year. The Scouts are taught to take entire charge of these meetings both in getting them up, and in giving them. This is a time when the Captain, Mrs. Brett Moran, is a guest. -40 Jig . ., A... -Af,..,,-,W-L-,Y .-:ffmW,.,g:.,fa A.-,f 'fx-. 'X lv 'X W- 4 5533 is-'cs if 5,1 PNN.. 'Q-A -J. ' , :,. .. , -wan-wmv-br A f -1-'ri ,za-2, V9 5 ?f'T"W is ' fr- iff "-'l'?'c?illi:Q3i'f-M-"IT . ' 1 -'fi 1' ' 'jf' nf' . 'Jef' 5443-4 A -'-ffv"y:-- il. 132- f-.55 3' ,, , E - if -1 r if Y, .. , . 11, , ,V . 4- -1 I , - ,, H -1 - 1. I - ' S' Rf2?FA5i-if--1.5 f:""':11::jf33" Q?"-3-it:-azw.-. . .-. i K if---e f-J: . 'iielflaf - fn- ?":f - ii'-?'9"QR"'t':w" ill'-'H --- - . . Ti- r'-G ' '- ' ..e....g......., ""'af1"' . ,,f,.-3,-9-LY. ,--- -L ,ff 1, fi GlRL SCOUT TROOP NUMBER SIX Foley, l-latch, Cooke, Hyatt, Taylor, Seeger, Kcncke Sicg, Strauss, XVahl, Sherzcr, Nelson, Marek Lisovsky, Juran. Lctinsky, Goldberg, Savirlusky, XVcsterrlahl, Kaplan Darkow, Bassin, Skoll, Lisovsky, llacal, Vcrmcs Mrs. Troop Number Six of the Girl Scouts, under the direction of Mrs. Ger- trude Foley has had an interesting and profitable year. Two of the girls, Leah and Henrietta Lisovski, have become Second Class Scouts, and several others hope to gain that honor before June. Some of last year's members have moved away, but more than that number of new girls have been added to our ranks. The girls have worked diligently to earn merit badges, and there will be quite a few of these by June. In addition to the regular scout activities, they have devoted time to ballad and folk-song work, and are planning to have a Mothers' Day Program before vacation time. At Easter the girls made two hundred tray favors for the soldiers at the Veterans' Hospital. 41 1 af' ,, 2-"-f"' N4 Ji Ne ., 'fag-gf W I, ,. ' .--,sa 'L"""-",, ,-fkff4::'ffffF12?-22" Nd ,sw - V,, ,, A Af. I Q? L i GIRL RESERVES .Kusslei-, Moser, XVcbb, Saltzer, Zatz, Blumherg, Saldoff, Rapaport, Mrs. Kocfod Miss Alway, Pass, lVolk, Saltzer, Zalz, lllumherg, Saldoff, Rapaport, Mrs. Koefoll Zalz, Ackcr, Adams, Koefod, Herscovitz ,x V GIRL RESERVES Pauline Lovins, Della Brown, Mary Hartstein, Mary llcrman, Elsie Berman, Anna Fogcl, Freda Goodman, Bertha Allagen. Anna Zadle. Laila Puranen, Sylvia Herskovitz, Sadie Autonoff, Dorn Jacobs, Sarah Rovner, Mary Xlfainstock, Mollie Schwartz, Lillian Gordon, Helen Cohen, Esther Gordon, Rosa Konn. Clara Kleiner, Gertrude Metchnek, Rose juster, Rose Soho, Louise Rubenstein, Bessie 'Goldvargg Ruth Brounstcin, Freda Koritz, Leone Kline, Virginia Jackson. Lillian Brody, Sadie lllilluncliick, Bertha Gold, Anna Rubinsky, Minnie Swatez, Freida Feingold. Margaret Flynn, Beatrice Mersky, Ethel Riclker, Dorothy Bolinc. 42 "fIwT'-r"s5,gff.-- " M, 'N i14.,i'l'1'v-L' Q1r"'wr93i1f ,. E Z....iE,g,g..,,ij,.f,gf'g33 A-Q,ffbq,i9frs,,25?Fw,W,-, ., ,, 1 . , f:...,.-Aff 'mf' to ,vfff .- , Q :QM ' -bf 1 'f"11':7.7 M..-.5 X --A H--'bv-f1M112fli::.,lQ,-liiiigviifi NY, . ' '- D. 1 fn: ...dar N-,gq1ii'xx,3r:fQ .W 4"-' . 1 .V -.-M' 'A .15 ..., A , Q 'KL-A A ,rw-'far' , , -M?,ix,g,,ffg Ulm BOYS' L'1fIARAC'l'ER CLUB Cohen, Shlimoviiz, Fl'CLl7'l1FH'l, Golclenberg, Iaeche, Dachis, Lubedoff, Ahraxnson, Evidcn, Pauly, Haight, Donaldson Kaplan, Szalnuscwitz, XYcinstuin, Schanrielrl, lirtl, Kelly, Xlfisncr, Berg, f'm'nisl1 Kaplan, Rosunbcrg, Gaviscr, Solendur, Cl1HDll1Hll, Carlson, Rcimann, Martin, Haugen, Rasnicl: l'1e1'scl1, Leader, Goldman, Loceff, Laven, lVcincr, Gross Stoller, Stein, Falk. Larson, Kaplan, Kopansky, .l'ohnson, Numm PR1N'I'.lNG CLUB Frank Moocrs, Frank Callahan XVnI. Page, Meyer Lazerowitz, Haruld Dinwidllic Klux Berman. Geornc Tanskila. Mr. Schlmfclt Gotharcl XVcs!erluncl, Sam Labuwitz, Elmer Jnmlmack Alle Gulrlfcin, Holger Stein, XVU1. Hoban, lfarry Simonson 43 "" "... 5e.f1sH -- .. ..r-pf.V-.zzA:---ff-f---f-efeff"ef-'---1-1 ,,,,-'inf r , :L-f--we-1.::fg:",, ,.,. ,Y - WL, L -,- , '- qv uJ"KfT'igv.ua"1T"- .-S N' .t -5.5 ,Me , ' - - ' - ff- '-' r K- - - tat... . :ma ,N ,,,, .- , . .. we ,N F 1, , 4 1 X 2 r Liin otan MFE i a -ei i , , , - ,, 4. - . .wi ,174 -M - A 4 Q-.Wei .1 ,yur--xr,-. f V . ,vs A C 1 ' ' kd. an-grim-RM , MMM .,,e'2f.5,.x-e-W-1-'FX"" . ,. ,V -as -, , - .ie ie X I F'-X r tex in ' b J A Y ----. 'M ' Nr:-4.1 .. , -,. , , , ' --22. Hg- at at -.-we - '-'- or-ft ga .5 5, 5 N, l -I , 3. ..,,1,p,-f -.g,:,, f '. - - f- .. , - -4.4, f ' ,- ,iii-'ggggii,,,.-,si..:,..-f-.,- ,.. -,. xg. ..,. :gil --'T -r 5 1 ' ,Q X , r ww: X M n :ri sv av mee, . ,.,.. ., ,,..,.- .. .-,.,,, -. - Albrrvfrliizr, A Y- Nw, .,,. ew- -i -L LfL ,5Tr,-Tlfvg-ri-f . 4 Y , ff-, .T 1'----- , LINCOLN COUNCIL Swanson, Lehman, Szibeswitz, Cohen, Schwartz, Patton, Robinson, Morse, Robinson, Altagan, Lindahl, Rosen Galanter, Barlatsky, Bermzm, Grundy, Mooers, H?kella Chotlas, Gelmau, Hcrshkovitz, Silverman, Peterson, , oun er Falk, Rose, Steckman, Ripley, London, Golclsn1:.g1,l Leviton, Berman, Shink, Handberg, Erdman, Stock, c mu er Mumm, Cohn, Goldstien, Anderson, Chiat, Kopemsky, Lax, Sclmeidmau, Brown, Hoffman, Metclmek, Belzer, Lowen THE LINCOLN COUNCIL Girls Boys Vietta Morse ....... ......... P resident .......... ..... N athan Haskell Edith Rosen .,,.., ... .,.,, Vice President r,-,-Harry Lehman Georgiana Moser. ...v,.,.,.,...., ,. ,e... .Secretary ...e.e,ee - e.ee... ,,-,-,-. ,... Nathan Haskell "Self-reverence, self-knowledge, self-control, These three alone lead life to sovereign power." The Lincoln Council, though not organized until the beginning of the second semester, can be rated as one of the most serviceable organizations of Lincoln. It is composed of one girl and one boy from each home room. It was founded by Mr. Lewis for the purpose of maintaining and setting up new and better standards for the school. Under the leadership of Miss Feely and Mr. Fischer the council has done much to uphold the honor and integrity of Lincoln. 44 :"H'L1'Q , '- ' '-. i 'fr My jj,3K1ff.,'A H QJ X ascii-gilkaw TJ, L.,..g,13.-4 '-'kr ' 1. ,,..Qg-55321 . 3,4 .nf ,M '53 Q. a"'M K-hr.,- A"'.,f,Zi L f - ""'mz. , ' if 1, ' W-wr-V . -N . 4 M ' ,,,, " 12.--A ' f . ",':..,, ,, - M- ,V-MT., in .tgvi -K , ng'-K '.nKf-Walkie? f., fn, 'rg if 4:4 4 -JsQ3- ,ws 1,151 S55 -:Qld ""'f:,3- ""-if ., , 45 .,S?QiagxSi?1:'E5f'-TQ Tu C A ffw' 55 gi-5 iQ:5Ejr,'Ii5:l5T i .Qs I 7 Q A 'ff'WTF'?f?g55f,af' I sfjg, . ., 1E,'Q?g"5f3Kf3'25fsg5ff'i9..C17f' mera!" ,-.5 it 1 1'--. army- -fe -' , nl, V , gn.-yxfv ?X+51'.a1 - i lfi-2. 3-N ' S -1 L , '4'--M-M-alfxz-.1-' ,. 1.--4.--1.-,:f -reasmfi-Ewa?-14653 s rxeki L . .,,, ,.x rf M., M,-. J. new .. ...- ,.. ,Q - - X , .Q 4. A 3 v ff -af, y . .tx-:urea-.1-,.m,4, .ff ...,,,.',,- . -eyes-.-...,.s,f S p as-1,g-,Q-..s.,Ti3,' -aa.1 1a-.e.a.aa,,:..-,,.., .. . fawfff K :rf ga.,.aaa,.a.t.f.:a..,a ., . " LIBRARY The Lincoln library has somewhat over 2,600 books in its collection. Many more books than these, however, are at the pupils' disposal for four deliveries a week are made from the central library to Hll special orders, An average of l,OOQ books are in circulation each week. There are thirty maga- zines subscribed for and the room in the rear is used to store the back numbers. The bulletin board is an ever-changing source of interesting information. Chang- ing exhibits of pictures are displayed on the book shelves. The library is proud of its many handsomely illustrated books that they are constantly receiving. Miss Crosby, head librarian, gives library lessons on HI-low to Use the Library" in which she instructs the children how to use the library to greater advantage. Sixty lessons were given last semester. Our library is fortunate in having two trained librarians, Miss Crosby and Miss Upton. Miss Strom, the clerk, assists Miss Crosby. The library also has a borrowed collection of books in foreign languages which is changed from time to time, and a line collection of books on music. DONALD JUDKINS. 46 lf, ' I I fa 21. ff .5 Lf .Ji 27 " 49 . ..... 1' x ,I mx UTEKARV 1 5 4 A fi A I ' ii' ' "T ' 'ff ,,,, 'i j' 2 LIN EN , + '-MA X AJf1'JZ ' f THE FOREST FIRE I. The wind brushed softly across the Lake, and murmured among the pines. The small waves splashed upon the Shore, and helped erase the signs That timid little feet had made. The tiny lake was a deep, deep blue, Its waters cool and clear Vwlhile on its breast the gulls rock'd up And down without a fear. The little lake was fringed with woods Deep, and cool, and green Where rose the stately Norway pines, Their bark with amber sheen: Beneath the pines grew dainty ferns, Moss and wintergreen: The iron wood, the pin cherry, Maple, blue bell mild: The hazel nut, the wild grape vine. Cedar, ginseng wild: t The blue berry, the choke cherry, Sumac, tamarack: The raspberry, the small ground pine, Night shade and the oak, All these and many more Made up the lake's dark cloak. II. Some careless camper left his fire, glowing In the night And then the wind, at morn, 'tis said, lashed This forest's blight Into a flaming, roaring pyre, searing To the heart Of e'en the greatest of the pines. Shaming Pluto's art, It lept, it whirl'd, it hissed, and crack'd A scorching, charring, blast. Like an awful breath from Hades That left black and vast, A smoking, glowing, barren waste Where through dreary days The blackened stumps would stand like ghosts. A wild and grimy maze Of twisted brambles, barkless trees, Branches, brittle dry. And gone are all the singing birds, Gone the breeze's sigh Among'st the needles of the pines: Gone in half a night, What 'God has taken years to make, And left, a mocking sight. ,JOHN BLISS, 9A. 48 f f ,, rf: -amy V-,ri-r.,,,,-if-,ftp ,- .1 -. f- nf- r-5ft,f:sqs.3-V--ga ,-'.fr,w,sZ,"vX-f..' 1, , f-1 A--.-wiefs,rSa.ir- Q 915- .- ag Serta nf ' f -1-'-'Sr M, sf. A , ,f ,"":-tin?-,fvirifg .',fk-f:::T:.'ir-...xv ., H, .,.-f.,...:n.i,g...E'-35:5 X493 12-fy --an ' xr"d""':f " "tif'jfty-12:.:."'if-YK-'-A 7 ....,.e.r.,--we f.,7"'---sw' ,r,rt.,- ,.a, ff-fi, REMINISCENCES OF TI-IE FAMOUS I remember when I was- a little "shaver" just learning to read the news- paper. My mother had promised to take me to the circus if it didn't rain. The great day came, but it was cloudy and I was a very gloomy little boy. When my mother read the evening paper, she was greatly surprised to find the weather report neatly cut out. She found it in my pocket. It read,-"Rain tonight and Saturday." NORMAN LUNT. I remember way back when I, a dignified member of the male sex, turned female. It happened in this way. A dress, a present for my cousin, had arrived, and in order to be sure that it was the right size they prevailed upon me to put it on. I had just put on the garment when my friends ran in as usual at the wrong time. Seeing me clad as a girl was too much for them. Doubled up with laughter, they ran to proclaim my degradation to the world. JULIUS DAVIS, Among my hated remembrances CI haven't a great manyj is that of a black bow tie I wore with a sailor suit. The first few times I wore it I kept it in my pocket. One day becoming tired of that large bulge in my pocket, I walked till I came to a bridge I had to cross. Tying a rock to one end of the tie, I swung it around my head once and let it go. The tie was seen no more. ARNE RIEKKE. I remember way back when mother had a queer, old, funny-looking bag. It was a black mesh, and oh! how I did detest to walk down the street with it on my arm. Every day mother would send my sister and me down to the grocery store with that terrinc looking specimen. The worst of it though, was that when We got to the store, after taking out the necessary coins my sister compelled me to stay outside to hold this dreadful thing while she went in without it to get the groceries. VIETTA MORSE. Children, although I am now grey and hoary I can still remember that terrible experience with the famous wood carver of Lincoln who was known as Lama. Being young, scarcely fourteen years out of the cradle, my eyes were still weak. Espying one whom I took to be my chum refreshing himself at the sparkling "fountain of youth," I stole softly upon him and smote with all the strength of my fourteen years. Alas! It was not my friend that I had smitten. It was the famed wood carver who was known as Lama. Only a glimpse of him did I receive and I fell trembling to my knees. His heart softened. the anger faded from his countenance, he forgave me and bade me rise and go my way. So, children, I tell it to you! you will tell it to your children, and so it will go down through the ages how I once smote the famous woodcarver of Lincoln. JULIUS DAVIS. 49 f D is i ia-IN LN trainee .L 4, el"-5-.Nga . -fu ,. 'ff-i-51':f!1Q-- A'?q'v'-3-I , WCC -' ,4.Cz ' . ..Z -W 2-5511.4 .iz 4'-:fz,.', -1q,p..,.:,-.,.1-.,,,..,... y.......t..l':fJf5E':fIF'-1:-.ZX'A-123:-ff ' 'QQ-5' -, 731554 1 , .M ma ... iX-..,,,,,3,'5.,.,.Y- ,,,,,-pw ..,... N.,--N . . 451--. , - if-4' f . rzglritag A, I I ra '-' ala- , avi? -,a.a-I. ' t f FAIR SPRING'S GREETINGS Gone are Old Winter's banks of snow, His icy ponds and blustery ways. 'Tis dainty Spring has bid him go: She comes with bright and sunny days. Forth from brown beds, green grass blades show: They wake to greet gay April show'rs. Each little bud will thrive and grow, And give cool shade to birds and flow'rs. Robin and bluebird hop and sing, They're clad in coats of brightest hue. Mates have been won: wee birdlets will bring Contentment, joy,-new duties, too. So merry rain-drops, sunshine bright, Each leaf, gay flower, and bird on wing, Hearts full of joy, with love a-light, ' Give thanks again to gay fair Spring. 81-X4 CLASS. THE YOUNG TRAILERS The Brains of the Family was lost one day On a Green Timber Trail far, far awayg , Now this trail's on a place called Castaway Isle And 'tis from our country full many a mile: No one can get there but he who is quick For the island is guarded by Moby Dick. I-lelen's Babies, so clever, had heard of this loss And started to ind it on Parson Jones' I-loss: The horse got frisky and ran away, And the babies fell into the One I-loss Shay. When they came near the island, they had to flee 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. Until they came to the shore of the isle And rested after their nerve-racking trial. On looking around them whom should they see But the wonderful horse named Black Beaut-ee! The Last of the Mohican's chief they found, Who helped them and showed them all around: And when a clue the old chief gave, They found the brains in Cudjo's Cave. SIDNEY PRATT, SA. 5 0 'j """ A '..,- c ' W' " ' 'c ' " ,-.' '-me 5 Q I ' -. 1 . ft ff ' ' ' f mf -ffffv 1 " lfs?'?I1?:.'ra..i't ,gg ' -fc -f-5 ziiii? ' as -'tlffwsbv -as-'r '1 ea - ,,..:.fQ 'J'-at as. 13559 a Q ff .f '.'w-c.a5-,f-y- - ., 'N ,HX :QQQQ i X K ,K :EY 'xafikxnt I ' : 51' .11 --. .4 .V N A 43 tc.:- i i-xii tp , I ,gf ,jug-...v ,. V ...ef I' 5 Q I S A x. ab ' M, r ....,,,.,. es .. ,,.r,.,,,:,, ,'fff11'-25:18 egl' .1-f,,.:ffS.,.-Llsgltf A TRIP THROUGH THE PANAMA CANAL At eight o'clock in the morning we left Cristobal where we had been since the last afternoon. We had bought many curios in the Chinese and Indian shops. As we approached the first set of three locks which would raise us to the level of Gatun Lake, we saw on either side dense tropical vegetation and heard the chattering of monkeys and the call of birds. The ship did not go through the locks under her own steam but was pulled by small electric "mules," When we were in the first lock, the 'gate closed and it Hlled with water. In this way we were raised to the level of Gatun Lake. Going through the Lake we could see the railroad winding, as we were doing, near the shore. It is possible to go through the canal at night for the channel was marked plainly, with beacons. As we passed Culebra Cut, we saw two dredges at work repairing the damage done by a slide a few days past. At Miraflores CSee the Flowersj Locks we left the ship and drove with some friends through the ruins of old Panama City. Here long ago pirates took the gold from the Spaniards coming from Peru and burned the city in accordance with the pirate saying, "A dead man tells no tales." In a short while we Went to the dock and took a launch to the ship. As we left port and Balboa faded in the distance, we felt that we had seen one of the most Wonderful creations of man, and we were proud that it was all American. EMORY STANLEY, 7A. A FORGET-ME-NOT How free and delightful my life would be if I were a forget-me-not! Mr. Sun would bestow upon me his dazzling brightness. The soft, pattering rain would descend from the heavens to quench my thirst. My brilliant color would be as beautiful as the summer sky. Gay, beautiful Mistress Butterfly would alight upon my soft pretty petals. I would whisper to the fairies and join' in their sweetest songs. How happy I should be! There would be no room in my heart for anger and sadness. Swaying in the soft breeze. I would perform my dance of laughter and happiness to the music of the birds' songs. But, best of all, when very, very happy, I would whisper low my soft, sweet words, "Forget-me-not, forget-me-not." ROSE ZACKS, 8A4. I TOMORROVJ 'S DREAMS There are those who wait for tomorrow to come, To do what they should do now, There are those who sing that which should never be sung, "Tomorrow will show me how." I'm sure that today came hand in hand With Luck and Fortune fair, While Opportunity danced on ahead, To be caught by those who were there. We hear grumblers who say, day in and day out, "Luck has never knocked at my door," While in truth she knocked that very hour, While they dreamed what next day held in store. DONNA LAWRENCE, 8A 51 'A" "" iiz' A' A 'A" ' mgyv-H5 .,., 1 J' N' - A-" a . MNG LN- PRINT sHoP Old King Cole Was a merry old soul, J lm And a merry old soul was he. He called for his press, Jim' Ji He called for his type, 2 Now,-"Lincoln Life," you see. ,,,,,..m I SHEET-METAL SHOP , Rub-a-dub-dub, if V Three boys made a tub ff- T ' -7 -M Down in the sheet metal shop. i, S ' pf They pounded and banged. I ' ' 7 And said, "I'll be 'hanged'! ' V Till 'tis iinished, we'1l not make a stop!" O an . 'ev 5 3 Qw i QP ,, 5 - 2: XM AUDITORIUM ' ' -5 .9 Hey-diddie-diddie A N ff Sweet strains-of the fiddle, fi, Oil D7 Viola, and baritone, too. 234 our oiee Ciuifs at hand, - And Lincoln Girls' Band ,. 'Si , v ' WOOD WORK AND ELEC- TRICITY Goosey, Goosey Gander, Whither do you hop? XA X 511 I W h 4-'QI ' i 1 'A - . mn I '-s-' -,,- 1 Upstairs and downstairs 'M' O 9' J L I And into the Wood work shop. J 91 T - mn There with hammer, plane and saw .!l1!IW!'ill L' A house is built for Marjorie Daw. , : gzip ,D Vifith Windows, and doors, and wirings un-4 ' 5 Seen, L-4:5591 Sv And furnishings dainty, 'tis fit for a queen. N r K A-A f! GYMNASIUM ' Little Miss Muffet f iqx Sat on a tuffet mm ' In hloomers and middy trim. X , A No spider dismays her, lp ,I No problem delays her, I 1 She's ready for work in the gym. , X r X 52 .."' .": L 'fj.'f2'ff...,, ,..., iLiJ.'.2"'-21.21 '." . 'iff' " ,.,,::-M2553 "" 1, f, .MNG HLN MFE -15:1 - ..,,. -,,-.1.:y.1J,1.. W :I - ,, zv- ..fQ-f- '.... G.-smear ,W.,.1: zifllli-fQ2L1.i fi fi 'l ART ROOMS ig? lf. 9, ,iam , 5-i' fffgi , "Where are you going, my pretty maid?" ' ff' R. M? "Going to the art room, sir," she said. XR ivbkfi "There you'll see colored posters arrayed I X J SEL "Here also sketches and folios are made." M , QR "May I go with you, my pretty maid?" Nt I 'T I T "Yes, Yes, gladlYv sir," she said. ii . fig ll l COOKING ROOMS K M Three blind mice, see how they run Into thelkitchen bent upon fun. lf if , fy", t ere, pies an coo ies t e gir s ave ma e J 'X Th - d k h l h d ,' 'K-..1,- il - Upon the shelves in neat rows stand arrayed. -1 They sniff,-they exclaim,-"A great feast R iw,15 S XX is in store!" if 332,345.54 XX But along came the janitor,-their feast was 'TTTTTZQTTT 'T T T , l' X no more! 7 A g M,1 El X' T' 'j, -f. .TT N , l x X' Y i lj I i 4 LIBRARY f ' Simple Simon sighted our library , p , While sailing through the air. J A '- H " J Wired Simple Simon to the librarian, I , .-' "What is it you have there?"' lm- if Q ' g if l fd In haste she sent this return wire, i Igi il.i li ' "Three hundred books and more: '7 ' " OW" And if you would your mind inspire, I fy Descend, and read them o'er." ' 'Q fuff fm, f . , W .ll 'S O ,ullfllgli,' Tj SEXY ING ROOMS -4- fix Aff Ba-a, ba-a, Black Sheep, ' ' " Have you any wool? xr We need some in our sewing room. " You know, we sew in school. . , Mary's little lamb is ill, ' That's why we buy from youg . So do, our little bags please ill: XVe'll praise you, love you, too. re l ggg "tt ff- t i -Y t' Mi' A -ft" M sae . we X A :"'Qf,qQ?'f51igf391+4:51I- -agxigagzflaf-- L Q J 'il f-fi V :,, .fiififf 1.. .NA .... . , '1:'.1.I?l7Eif11. ........ : ..--QQ-,1.i..1.','--ff:-,aah . "9-'f"i5i"'?Q"'Z'ff'5ga:..f,:,e..g.a.:aV f H tir i n g! THERE'S SOME GOOD IN EVERYTHING "These old lessons make me tired," Quoth little Susie White. "I'm plagued by every teacher l don't think I'm treated right, "First there's reading, then there's writing. And then there's grammar, too. But yet some teachers seem to think We haven't enough to do. "Gee, I wish that l was living ln the good old Golden Age When only eating and sleeping Happened to be the rage." Now one day Susie's mother Called to her and said "Susie, please to wash the dishes And then you'll make the bed." Across our Susie's noble brow There crept a puzzled frown But suddenly about her face Smiles played up and down. "But, mother dear," cried Susie, l've so many lessons to do. First there's reading, then there's writing And then there's grammar too. ' "Goodness knows, when I'l1 get done, But I 'spect 'twill be quite late." And just as she had planned, of course, Poor mother "swallowed" the bait. And now Susie's eyes are crinkled By two sly little winks. 'Tm some smarter," says she softly, "Than anybody thinks." EDITH sTRAUss,' 9A. ANOTHER DAY TO GO Bright above the mountain The sun is rising slow: Are its bright rays thinking, "Another day to go?" On the shore of the lake The waves are lapping low: Does it also mean to them Another day to go? In the bosom of the river The fish swim to and fro: Wonder if it's just to- them Another day to go? Do we each have an ideal? A Some plan of life to show? Or do we just think aimlessly. "Here's Another day to go?" ALDEN ANDERSON, JAN. '26 54 W, 55 TT-attsvmamaa.aMm:1a,ss.5--Y-:m..1 --Q -:f.....mta - ji., . .5 Q-titt y, ffffwf-1.-.uf-f:'E"""""'--.. A A?-as "' 'H- .. , . as ,, , W. J,,.+3Qa,,.a, M i'13i31S?f?i f ..... ,, .... .. QFVW1:-M-.2 Y-tF?if 9 feel ,,. V -Mhgzlgshxsi qi Ls, .LS -,w,,,' ..y..fs. ..,.. .... .... ... ..... . .,... i, if -,Y L - -taxi T.5':e.l'wla-:farese:f..::smeaf:mt ----Mwwemta-,w.:.e.',.. ,, '42X9""':""k':-Z f',Qj,4,,,a,,,-2,::,,,i-,T,Nm Y .--. Tv., , B. A. A. . Haskell, Kates, Haskell, Colicn, Kaplan, Berg, McGraw, Ross, Gilbert 1'TIlll'l121.U, Kaplan, Goldberg, Gershenov-itz, Kaplan, Reiman, Ostrin, Benson, Kaplan, Star Davis, Haugen, Swanson, Glotter, Linnel, Gillman, Gross, Levy, Schwartz, Cllutter B. A. A. The B. A. A. held its nrst meeting on September 18, 1925. As usual we started the season by electing new officers. The president, Sidney Gillman was elected from the ninth grade, the vice president, Eino Linnell from the eighth grade, and the secretary, Harvard Gross, from the seventh grade. Various meetings were held in which the room representatives and the officers discussed Lincoln's sports. In basketball it was decided that there would be two classes, A and B. As the officers were preparing a basketball schedule, the B. A. A. conducted a golf tournament which was won by Melvin Benson, last year's champion. The club also ran off a volley ball schedule which was won by 226 in the ninth grade division, 2ll in the eighth grade division and 222 in the seventh grade division. In the playoff between the three teams, 211 was the victor. Then came the basketball tournament which proved even better than last year. Room 303 nosed out room 306 for championship in the A class, but the 9A's were not to be denied the privilege of being represented as winners. They won in the B class through 208. Our school team played in hard luck this season winning two and losing three games. The purpose of the B. A. A. is to promote interest in all athletic events and at the same time make the Lincoln boys better in spirit, body, and mind. Every organization has its purpose, and that may proudly be called ours. Owing to the splendid work of our officers and room representatives, we have accomplished much more than we expected. The nominal fee of ten cents is charged to each entering member. This money is used to purchase our various supplies. The room representatives have done much to better the sports by judging protests that occasionally came up because of misunderstanding of the rules. This was a great year for the B. A. A. 56 -1--:-, - ' 7----M G, ,,,Tr:,...A:-A-Y "-' -ers-feffwaamssr-ewgrf--naar.-Q-1,.-saga'.:4.., ' 'A"" g. xg: - .- ' -A ' -' ' J A1.. iii'-lffhii , Q, Tigifiifflg-4"t':3-41-K' ,-- ' . , . to ' 'sql '35 5g'ix2i ,... , "" -' ff r- -..,..1., -. -f-1+-ana-ZfNs1 'f,1:.x, -E ,. . 'X' ' gem.. -. . Xlrivgf x:.-- ,Q-.. f"""' T""'-...,Lg,f-'M 7.1 . ,..' A.. ef . VOLLEY BALL Cl'lAM'PlONS I Dudiek, Stanley, XVeisman, lilanlcenliorn, Carl:-on, Murman, Dunn, Greenberg, liank, Rubenstein, Schwartz, Reese, Block, Lazarus, Kronieldt, Kaplan, Goldstein, Star. XVinoker L. Goldberg, Scott, Reingvartz, Haskell, Levins, Kaplan, LoceFf, ,l'l. Goldberg VOLLEY BALL Our annual volley ball contests took place shortly after the opening of school and as was customary it was an elimination tournament, with the teams grouped into three classes, The 7th grades played in the first division. Mr. Fischer, our new physical director, offered another incentive for the winners in the form of a black and gold pennant with the letters of Lincoln Jr. High to be given to the winners who should hold it till the end of the basketball season. In the 7th grade division 71-Xl and 7B3 were to meet in the finals, in the 8th grade 8A3 and 8A2 had fought their way through to the last, while in the 9th grade the 9Bl and 9Al survived the semi-finals. After a long ight with the score alternating from one side to the other, it was not until the last part of the third game that it became apparent that the 7B's would triumph over their rivals. In the 8th grade the SA3 defeated the 81-X2 in two successive games which gave them the championship of their division. The 9th grade finalists, 9Al and 9Bl were more evenly matched, and it was soon proved to those present that a real battle would be fought before either would win. In the first game the 9B's got the jump mainly through the brilliant playing of Wallach and Kates and won the first match l5-9. In the second game the 9A's hit their stride and won by the count of 15-13. The following game was to decide who would Win the championship. The game started with both sides making brilliant serves and flashy returns with first one, and then the other side spurt- ing ahead. By final effort, the 9A's were victorious by a score of 16-14, giving them the championship of their section. ln the Hnal match the 9A's played the 8A's for the championship of the school. The eighth grade started off with a bang not to be checked once by the 9A's. The baffling overhand shooting of the 8A's which the 9A's could not solve resulted in the 8A's winning 15-l 1. The second match was a continua- tion of the first, the 8A's winning again l5-6 largely through the playing of Star, R. Kaplan and Lazerowitz. Goldberg and Levins starred for the losers. 5 7 - . -L.. , 1 e?igEf5'i5,g ff' 'lf--'N-'J ?"?:.4:.5- ...f c-gas,-...., ., -, ' fr 1, wx...-5, ?as.rksg2f1,--frazss,..l KN ,saga-is '.i:f"" 's -sm.-lJ":L.?E '.i+1Wi"z' ,Wea i ,gf Qfzr' .1 ,ffl ,-,-" ::-swift' - 'X -.-Fr "'fK":QfE3:f2ixi'3,lQfpL7..- .... 'JV---,....a"y",'-w:L:q'!fz'tffl'-5'-f2"'?A3. 5 -f :ffl-fl ' '. T at g -Q-f X 15' .Ml ..l BASKET BALL CHAMPIONS Goldfein, Sirott, Benson, Neville, Anderson, Berg Neubaur, Goldberg, Pauly, Kaplan, Barrick, Falk, NVent1and, Goldsman, Plitman, Sneller, Grouse BASKETBALL Soon after the volley ball tournament ended, our basketball schedule got under way. In all there were 53 games played, in which eighteen "A" class teams and seven "B" class teams participated. Rooms 303, 306 and 228 had mowed down their opponents one after the other, and now the championship games were to be played in the "A" class. In "B" class, rooms 208 and 204 had fought their way to the top and were now to come together to see who would win the championship. Rooms 303 and 306, who had been in the linals for three successive tour- naments but had not won championships, clashed. It was thought that 306 would now win the championship, but the critics guessed wrongly again, for when the game ended, 306 had done its best and waged a furious fight but was at the wrong end of the score for the fourth time. Room 303 through the bril- liant combination work of L. Kaplan, Anderson, and Pauly won the champion- ship by the score of 10-5. In the "B" class the 9A's were to play the 7A's. During the first half, the 7A's held the 9A's to three points while they put in a foul, but in the second half, 208 unleashed an attack that could not be stopped, piling up 12 points while the guards stopped the 7A's from putting in any markers. 0 Our elimination tournament started soon after the new term began with sixteen "A" teams and fifteen "B" teams entered, 30 games being played in all. In the "A" class 208, a new contender, came to the front, and followers of room 308, last year champions, were doubtful whether or not 308 would triumph for the second time. When 308 and 208 played for championship, 308 won by a score of 410-2. In the "B" class teams, 123 and 310 played. Room 123 was victorious but lost the championship because they played an ineligible boy. The all-star teams were: "A" Class "B" Class Kaplan ..... , ....t....,..,. .... ....., ......., F 0 rw ard Chapman ............, .. ............ ,--.. .... Forward Gershonovitz .....,.,..,,..... ......., P orward Noun ..... L .......... L ....... L ,....,,......... Forward Gillman ,,,,,,...,,,....,,, . ,,,, . ..,,..... ,,.,... C enter Benson ........ . ....,l..... . .... L-- ....,,.. - ......, Center L, Kaplan ......,,,,..,.......,,,,,.....,...,...,.,. Guard Brooks .. ,....,,,...,.. .. .... . ..............,. .......,. G uard Medal -.,,, ...,,,,-.....,..,...,.,,.,........... , ,.... Guard Glotter .... .. ...........................,..,......... -Guard Honorable Mention: Sandler, Chutter. The high scorer of the "A" class was L. Kaplan with 26 points, of the "B" class, Chapman with 36 points and Glotter, a teammate, second with 15. 58 Z. - -4,--Q"'V?' T" T'T"'m"' V TV' " 'T -a .-ee fit L. , "5 "Eff: . ' 4 O ff ,ff its 1 - -. ..' -- ef, ,V A . if 513' km , ga' W 'ifzqt ":f:::5'f4i,1a2e-.-1' A -- L' ,fl "' mg. -"'f1"'tMf1 f+2w::' ' 41 I . ' ' ., - 4 -. - , V. --V I ,, .,,,. J, .... ,gg . -.--f-- is an g rab Q41 In jg... ,, ..,,, .. 1,-a..wyaQvnaw.a5l-s-..::'-i.j'T""""i:"?' . ff.:-,V v -WL-, , :,.,f:'1A:,-ess:-r..,." 'f fd' SVVIMMING SWIMMING One of the sources of delight and also pride at Lincoln lies in its swimming pool. In this pool over live hundred boys swim every week. The pool is twenty feet wide and sixty feet long, the water is chemically treated and filtered making it as pure as drinking water. The majority of the boys at Lincoln go swimming at least every other week, the ninth graders having it once a week. The seventh andveighth graders who have the good fortune to have gymnasium three times weekly also have swimming once every week. Besides the regular swimming period there is a class every homeroom period Friday devoted to those who wish to learn how to swim, these boys come every week until they are able to swim the length of the pool. Throughout most of the winter any boy who wanted to, could go swimming every Thursday after school. In order to have a passing mark a boy must be able to stay above water. To get a "B" a 9A must be able to swim the length of the pool at least eight times and to get an "A" he must be able to swim the length of the pool at least fifteen times. A 9B to get a "B" must be able to swim the pool at least six times, to get an "A" he must swim it at least twelve times and so on down till the 7B who must swim the length of the pool at least once to get a "B" and twice to get an Our swimming relays are held in the middle of April, the team consisting of six men counting the two substitutes. All the rooms are grouped into three divisions the seventh grade in the Hrst, eighth grade in the second, and ninth grade in the third division. In the seventh grade there is a relay of eighty yards each boy swimming twenty yards in the eighth and ninth grades there is a relay of one hundred sixty yards each boy swimming forty yards: there is also a variety of individual races. .59 " to .. '- 'pw 5, aff fm Q NK TN LIN GLN MFE Mg? -. 4 X A xx , if xg.-2ai5CL 121: T" ,"',x' r f-if-1-:-vigixi' ir-?-ig,,T'f 3 Q A - ,. if sv w -- -,J , , - rf, 1' ,Q H fi!-3' - sv ,.. U-. 4 f:'QE-zg'1Ml55gl'f r I -...- .1 - gfffiw 25, 31 lie: 'lil-4--A 1-- - ..hf.........fg:f'A -f-f5ffif"TT 'i"f -ftaysi -Eff. 'hsieeg ' 1132 -W .-,.-.. was - -weve .c . .-,ff V . . - y- 4 , . , - M A . L fy ,.-11.-ue?--,,,: QQ..- , '::a1:,... .. ""31Y:"" V-.-......I.Ltw.,.,....ww.i......a.,.. . .. me , --1-Jaw, firms, Kir k s v :MA-p-p--Aj , 4 . ATHLETIC FIELD Before we had our playground, many complaints were made by the boys, because of the necessity of playing on a rough hilly field, partly littered with ashes and refuse. The Parents' and Teachers' Association sensing our plight started a campaign for the bettering of our field. The campaign was a success for now we can see a level field three hundred fifteen by two hundred eighty- five feet on which all sports can be played. No matter what time of the year, when school is out, the Held is occupied, Last spring although the field was not finished we were able to play off our diamond ball schedule. During the spring, diamond ball, service ball, track and field events are taking place. In the fall volleyball and soccer football are played. Also dura ing the first part of the fall and the last two months in the spring, classes are held outside with the boys and girls going through their exercises and after- wards playing games, and practicing track and field events. This year our diamond ball schedule will be a round robin affair because of the fact that four games can be played every night leaving more time for a longer schedule. Dur- ing class time We have played Serve Us ball and the girls have had their game on their sports' calendar for two consecutive years. It will be the first time that the boys try their hand at the game. Our track and field events come early in June as usual, the boys grouped into three classes, "A" class being boys over five feet two inches, and "B" class boys between five feet two inches, four feet eight, and "C" class boys under four feet eight. There will be relay races and individual races of varying distances, and the high and broad jump event. The winners in these events will receive ribbons, and the room winning the relay race will receive a trophy. In the fall when we come back we will hold our 'annual volley ball tournament which will be played on the field this year. The climax of our outdoor activities will be a soccer football tournament. Besides this the boys will play football and other sports after school, not under the supervision of the gymnasium department. Not only is Lincoln thankful for the field but the John Hay School also has found a safer place to amuse the small children, who had no other play- ground than the street before. ' All of the boys and girls of Lincoln have found the playground to be even better than was expected and wish to thank those who helped to get it for us. 60 if -M..:-,ef:.a..:n-1?new-.:rssaem,a:.yaQf,f,r:aM-.-feffu-va? 'A -' .. Q if C A -fl- f --f '-'f-4 - af., -T"Z2i.1sf454Q'l251t'Qii2i L a..-fyiflls-.Q ,am 'LS v- 3'T'i.'st il.-si 1. 5 1321.54-'A N- .f 2. 3.Hfa?f.11f L'-ef ' 1. ' A " -.H..... . - -5? ' ' my 'N -gg,-X.. -an - 1-2.,f,,,.i-55554, ,-.egg 1 -.- ...av ,,::.::::'f. . ,. .... ., - - - - ..,- A., .,-, W ,Z A5 M 'Y - gaeggfgflrgfjawkfign' :-faa.,,.ea.:,..a..,a.a...awW..,....d,....,-f - '--ff-f' . . .J ff ...- 2... wfeffr, 1- Although greatly handicapped because of the lack of veterans, Mr. Fischer, from green material moulded a tumbling team that is a credit to Lincoln. From the strong man, lsadore Kaplan, to the midget, Sam Banick, each member of this team has devoted long hours of practice in order to be worthy to represent their school. XVith the announcement of a performance given by the tumbling team, little did the school realize how highly developed the acrobats were. Going through a great variety of gymnastic stunts from the simplest somer- saults to the most intricate pyramids they easily proved to the satisfaction of the audience that they had sacrificed their time and energy for a worthy cause. With the graduation of the January, 1926, class, Lincoln suffered the loss of the two outstanding performers, Louis Noun and lsadore Kaplan. Although the majority of the tumbling class will leave, we are sure that a new tumbling team that is fully as good will be moulded out of new material. GOLF In the spring of l925 our first golf tournament made its debut. In spite of the fact that there was an entrance fee in order to accumulate funds for the purchase of a trophy for the winner, the turnout was tremendous. The tourney was held Saturday mornings and before school. Melvin Benson became champion by defeating the foremost contenders. In this tourna- ment Stanley Larson, a semi-finalist, was the first of the 7B's to win a letter. After the summer vacation and the fall tournament came under way, many new members joined the ranks of the golfers. History repeated itself once more, for Melvin Benson won the title for the second time with George Nelson once more losing in the iinals. ln this tournament, the champion proved his mettle in the first round. Losing by the score of three down and three to play he defeated Lex Hollenbeck in an extra hole match. In the championship match between George Nelson and Melvin Benson, Melvin won by the score of two up and one to go. SKIING Although Lincoln is three winters old, this was the first year that a skiing meet was attempted. The meet was held Saturday morning, February 13, from nine to one o'clock. The judges were Owen Berg and Cecil Pence both of whom have won fame throughout the northwest because of their skiing ability. ln all there were thirty-three boys entered in the meet, eight of whom took part in the "A" class, the requirement for this class being to jump off of the fifty foot scaffold. In the "B" class twenty-five boys entered and jumped off a small bump on the hill. In the "A" class, Gilbert Johnson and Waino Filby were awarded first and second place honors respectively, Gilbert Johnson having l9.75 points and Waino Filby with 16.25 points. The longest jump of class "A" was sixty-five feet and was made by Gilbert Johnson. Theodore Erickson won championship in the "B" class with a jump of twenty-eight feet. He had 15.93 points to his credit. Edwin Lambie came in second with l5.25 points. Even though we are living in a section of the country that is famed for its skiers this is the lirst year that we know of that any school has attempted to run off a skiing meet. We are sure that skiing will prosper at Lincoln and we need no more proof than the enthusiastic reception which it received this year. 61. , W, ,W , A.,,A AAPA 11 QLWWMFWNQ ,,,, J, ,ry V .:-FQ .J g'.ig...N...,,,,,, L G ., , X' .rllffff ' ff" .7 mf3lg5Q,qS,5,L, I V 3 3531 gri wgg nz -Jw 4' ef - .w.'-2-fw --- , .. ...1c"' .-.- . - ' - . - K 23YR"fJ?33Iii',f,tii?-1112-12'-"-A"-' 4 1A 'EgAf':n., --mr s-PQ 5-"9 --A5,5'g:rQ2.:,-:'.-..:" ,, . A .M 4g1:f,f'.j-HH , ,....,,............ 'V ' ' WW o XJ .- A 2943 3, 9 , 'si' X t' , H " ,gf ' 5. f ic 5 X A fl kk X 41 W lim Y! 4 ,Vik I -if . ., i if I V,'- -rg? J +1 fi ff A . f ! .L X A M? Q V " E QLV P If , K lrggfggi Q EADJJH UA! X 7 I F -' '72 -if O ,Z f"': , gjffshgigi 'f eisssgi 22:51 fi wif'-E: 0 Q i"II'. sw, -sg, X ' .Hill 1 , W 'A J I fi V in g V A fi W iki X wif 4 . Nj A al f ' ff ' YI II Sjiv ff- . va' X Li f , x , , , ev gf iw N ' ' 40 fl ' 3 Q 62 Q V l!f'far.ss45 , -, -AA- f A f L LN MFE .feel-,,,. by , ,. e ,N , I , ff. . i?flZ'ff?f he 1- t M-'re'-re 'egauzfiies 1 ' I if ways.-avf2f',s. 4v:53r.ts-' . -Y , -.-,,,,,.. I-"'j2---Niggas D V ,. ug lj-5 f rv 'tw -0, f L lg' 8 A-a. ,Q- i xo A l " W ' x at 19 K ., ' - A 4 , ,, til .3213 N 1" S. , ii . ENS ' 1. f l li ga, , i , s . ,L - 1. 1. L, 9 i gl at - 0 We believe that last year's officers are fully Worthy of mention in the annual. They were President, Viola Kerr: Vice President, Esther Berg: Sec- retary, Ida Rockler, Treasurer, Annabeth Chapman. The officers, together with the G. A. A. representatives, did much for the welfare of the girls in Lincoln. One thing We ,will always remember them for was the establishing of membership cards. No one could receive points without being a member of the G. A. A. During their term of office they had a very wonderful frolic which was the first of its kind in Lincoln. Our new oflicers: President, Lucille Michels: Vice President, Leah Lisovsky: Secretary, Helen Sieg: and Treasurer, Elsie Berman are following in the footsteps of last year's officers. Their fall sports 'were life-saving, hockey, serve-us ball, horseback riding, and tennis. Now they are beginning their spring sports: baseball, track, horseback riding, and swimming. G. A. A. Schekman, Morey, Herskovitz, Vkfeinberg, Ross. Schneider, Miller, Sorkin, Peterson, Barach, Dobbs, Sherman Hanson, Larson, Borgen, Slzragovitz, Becker, Marek, Grotsky, Nelson, Aalbu, Lawn, Turchick, Haar, NVrzos Rappaport, Markovitz, Katroser, Cormack, Nadler, Lisovsky, Michels, Sieg, Berman, Yeslowxtz, Quist, Hoffman, Goldman, Zieve, Feldsteiu, Gale, Peterson, Berenberg 63 u,.n.? ,-1, rfrjwzcrfpffr' 1 1 ' 'M-1 A - -' ' f' W Y' ' . H':.x'-his i,p..,y sz MN GLN MFE 'er ' AH. "' .,ff?'.t 1-.r , e I -X -, Vt- . 5 2 Xie. .- -1- .. ' e -- ' g , ,.-Y s -X1-r -'Q-l ,qhibfifti 3 if ' 1-si ' t-- 1 ' 51. N ,, "j.'1'1'f-'ji'-W - ,vtb ex 'T ' 'ffl f ..f.-vial' we N' -. , - . .swf 1 . ,wgfr 1.-gg v- .af 1. gs. :gg , T-gm V i , ,E V. , .,g5g:,,' "fS',,....gf :,1,,,y'- . -ff ' ".A,,"'-39313 . . gnu. ,. -. . . U., . .f.f?':1t.ZX 1-,V 1 . 'aagff , . ' - 5 dn," 'A 'T " i ' 1.1 M- if' 'K T " I . af ' Q45 Z' -it?-F w--4w:---'+-- G. A. A. FROLIC G. A. A. PROLIC Frolic! It was in the air. Every G. A. A. girl was breathing, dreaming. and visualizing this great event. On November 19, l925, Esther Berg, Vice President of the G. A. A.,.went to all the rooms and gave a cordial invitation to every one to be present at 3:30. The gymnasium, festooned in gay and lovely colors, was the scene of such strange and wonderful sights as to bewilder one. A ferocious monkey, Beppa, from the wilds of Africa, and his master, Spaghetta-then a flowery bower sheltering alluring Hawaiian maidens who sang entrancing melodies to the accompaniment of their ukeleles-a booth where one viewed a "swimming match," a "bit of old lace" and other phenomena-all these passed in bewilder- ing panorama. A bowling alley where the boys loved to tarry was the next attraction, followed by diminutive clog dancers. darky buck and wing dancers, and an animated marionette, who all kept time to the gay melodies floating from a music box. The sportive little clowns climbed ropes and did various stunts on the mats. It was not necessary to go to a riding academy to find an excellent horse, for Spark Plug and others were found galloping about. The last attrac- tion was a movie entitled, "School Days," featuring Gloria Swanson and Char- lie Chaplin. A great deal of the success of the entertainment was due to the combined efforts of the officers. representatives, and members of the G. A. A., who worked so wholeheartedly for the success of the undertaking. 64 'mm , 1-,V ., W..M.,A,,c.,,, ,, .If - , ,..,, T , ,f,1 .G -2-fcwtfjpw.- ,.Fm',52, in as '?:,25l'H1?i' Zifvlifk 'f N I "fe L Ltlxtr ntast MFE c c ,. ,Qs-55-:ff-g4G'1'A5'g1f'3w1e:si, "'- -4-, ffmzrl:-',5a:,9geLe ,, vt. , -, ,.,:3::C'4i- 7 Q' lvfwfsggsz' 4... if 'A''"'t"'tt"Q"f:f.f1?frfm':-trim :--- ' '11 P' 5 ELT,--.-,f,, -,-,.-..-N4"'f"1' ""':-15-P' ,-1sas-.-me--nf-L-W ---- 7 .,.if4x!Li.T,iT Tl-l E RIDING CLUB Left to Right-Misses Feely, Annette Hfcinberg, Helen Neilson, Jane Frederick, Charlotte Feldstein, Imogene Adams, Jane Acker, Jane Bernlmgcn, lieatrice Katz, Marjorie Klujnas, Harriet Webb, Lucille Webb, Georgina Moser, Constance Koefod. HORSEBACK RIDING Horseback riding, the sport so dear to the heart of the G. A. A. girl, was begun this fall. A club was organized with Georgiana Moser as secretary, and on Saturday the girls met down town with Miss Peely, and then went out to the Park Riding Academy where Robinhood, Jessie James, Raven, Top, Dandy, Sapphire, Energy. Comet, Going Up, and other horses were waiting impatiently to be off. Oh, the thrill of mounting for the first time. After instructions were given in mounting, holding the reins, and sitting in the saddle, the girls were accompanied by escorts to the riding ring at a brisk trot, and learned to post the trot. After the girls became fairly proficient in posting, the club would follow some of the beautiful bridle paths around the lakes and they would return feeling that no sport could be quite as lovely as one which allowed them to mount their favorite horse and to wander out under the trees beside the sparkling waters. Deep breathing exercises did not need to be encouraged here. and what exercise could be more invigorating than posting. The club has been reorganized this spring, with many new members added to the original number. Aileen Cowley, Margaret Theis, Sadie Cohen, Mary Bassin, and Helen Connor in addition to the girls in the picture, consti- tute the club. Mr. Lacey, the riding master, has promised us many happy times this spring, with real picnics as a fitting climax to some of our wonderful rides. 65 ..... , an .--, ..-,. r fr Jqwgq3+wamMamw..Mwa:4.::y::a-- -L ',-- 'w,ef'---- ..., f"- . Y-... -M--1a---zwsgase-:::-mfmfweaza-w-f,M-fgfcwrrzz "" -z--,znf-1-asa... ,wi 'A" 'Arc 'B -H 3,,153'f:2' lvl:-.-.. ' '1ftfffi-- 51 ' QSM. I W, .Mg-,,.,.1,,... --uw... ,, . L . - .. 4 .2: f' -e .. f... +vc ..iif.w.w- :'f6?2 w . . .Ml pyypggf, .ay gjy,f,ss,z::.-.1...a .. 'duh 4. ,,,:4,,:j.3L.jia,g?X.,55..,,f.fl .-t ., Qigkgzggwj A 11-ri'-':?'L'm" if" 'T ' fi'lE':Ji'r5'4T77f " ',f 1"': ' Bi' -4 55'-15'-if 'AZN .ar 'kai' SERVE US BALL I SERVE US BALL The Volley Ball teams of last year were replaced with a new sport for Lincoln, Serve Us Ball. In Serve Us Ball a larger number of players are needed. The teams consist of from sixteen to twenty members. They were divided into three sections of four teams for each seventh grade, eighth grade, and ninth grade. A Round Robin was played off in each section. The captains of the champion teams were Alta Nelson, Elsie Berman, and Ida Rockler. Sections one, two, and three played for championship. The seventh grade winning team members were Alta Nelson, Harriet Aalbu, Gladys Manthey, Ellen Sarempa, Sarah Brickman, Sarah Rovner, Marie Beauchaine, Ingrid Kainula, Sarah Barach, Alice Bailey, Florence Schaal, Ruth Belzer, Gertrude Rose, Mol- lie Swartz, Helen Runbeck, and Ida Supak: the eighth grade Elsie Berman, Hannah Saldoif, Beatrice Meltzer, Dora Duglas, Violet Spurzem, Katherine Nolan, Rose Sobo, Bessie Markowitz, Sophie Dorfman, Alice Sherman, Anna Pogel, Ethel Felman, and Marian Lepisto: the ninth grade, Ida Rockler, Adele Marek, Eva Hartstein, Lois Goldstein, Helen Sieg, Anna Knapp, Betty Parker, June Christie, Dorothy Hyatt, Clarice Savidusky, Mabel Elstad and Eleanor Taylor. The eighth graders were champions. 66 c L ir. LN tree saw ,N14:.'-gQLIfQ', arg Cy ,-' "1Q1jX'v.,j51" use .L , . ag:-fvvf..1i:f 'mqflyi-Y-fWE,f2-1f'i'21x.u1. . ...-..-:L-wL.e,.s3p4e..,ea13x--Zaiii. . 'Q 'ti Gi'4f'YiX5f1f??i'3ai532c'T.4'i3lg5:s.'fifvs'-.ages xg "Ur-::':f., . 1',l'g,1fsi,'f:::.,'.::wQ.5:':4r ,r,g',...,,,,g, "I . ,Z a-.,a.a...,a.Lf..a...r...,,....Ms..g-a -'--fr' ...4:....,.- .,,.,L,:-L.a,f,.fa, .P-L+ TENNIS PLAYERS Chase, Meyers, Sagcl, Galinson, Silverlicb, Rockler Briekman, Dudick, Sclineitler, Sicg, Bluinberg Lauderdale, Michcls TENNIS Through the efforts of a very capable and athletically inclined G, A. A. member, Ruth Lauderdale, the new sport, tennis, was introduced. Ruth took full charge of the tournament, in which twenty-two girls participated. All of the girls that took part in the first two games received fifty points and those included in the first three games received seventy-live points. The players of the final game received one hundred points. The semi-final game was played by Beatrice Blumberg and Esther Dudick, and Ruth Lauderdale and Lucille Michels. The final game was a very exciting and hard fought battle between Ruth L. and Lucille M. over which Lucille prevailed. In the final tournament Ruth and Lucille both won their own serves. The score for first half was a tie, but by excellent playing Lucille captured the championship with a final score of 6-8. The wonderful weather of the fall made it possible to play all but the last two games out-of-doors. The semi-Hnal and final games were played in the gymnasium. Games were played on Monday nights. The girls, full of enthusiasm and interest, gathered in the parks and playgrounds to play their games. Although not all of the girls knew how to play tennis, they all enjoyed it, for a good many girls learned how to play. Of the many new sports at Lincoln this one is rapidly gaining popularity. 67 , gfs5aefff"24-I '-'j1j'1ft1ff"" s' ""'- :J-, J ---" -Nw '-- ---. fr' , . ' 1 -,- fa sf 1 sv -.M -x -Q, ,mf ,s-.11-,.-..-.,, - ,. -vi I rwfaf,-' .-, swf "f w. 'NX 499242. -mi.. .. ,.r- 5. ---N -' na V- , ,l L- - fwfr ,. , , - ,fran U-,T." c.fi' . - . , Lg31fs5s.:,...1-.- N g3Q.tJjt1. ffsI. : .2 Lt, .aqfzk --- -' f- 4,5 Y.: ,W ,Q ,, lm-,,- ,,.,. - , -. V , . - -. . H: V.. - c-1 ff:'3g"'32- -W,-, ' f- fav1""-33--KT -'-Z . - ,.- pil -J U , it .Tl 1 , .an 'Al FIELD HOCKEY HOCKEY The new playground opposite the school furnished an ideal spot for engaging in a new venture in the line of sports. Field Hockey was entered into very enthusiastically this fall, only ninth grade girls being allowed to partici- pate. After a number of practice games two teams were chosen with Lucille Michels as captain of one, and Libby Sagel of the other. Four official games were played, Lucille's team being victorious winning three games out of four. The positions on the teams were as follows: No. 1 Lucille Michels - .... ---...------- Celia Cireller ---.. ..... ..... - ---- Pearl Silverleib --- Reva Silverton ....... ---. .........., Helen Sieg ............. - .....,.,... Mabel Elstad ............. ---- Rebecca Gallinson Center Forward --Inside Right-- -- Inside Left -- --Right Wing,-- ----Left Wing---- Sylvia Meyers -.,s...,. -. ,,,....... --Left Half,---- Ruth Orenstein ..... ........ Celia Cooper .... Esther Dudick ...,. ,..,c No. 2 ------- -----------Libby Sagel ----- -------Helen Brickman ---- --------------Esther Berg ----- ---------Ruth Lauderdale Evelyn Grossman -- Center Half ------- - ---.....-....-... Rose Zatz -- Right Half - ---.- ...--.... D ora Engal ------- ------------Ann Jackson Right Full Back ------- ----------------- I da Rockler Left Full Back- ------ -- ---- Henrietta Chase -- Goal Keeper ------- ----..-- E sther Stritman 68 fd ,fist .,,, 5 271, P - --v 'ff'f' ,N--:T Mtv GLN MFE l fdfi31isQn iew .:,A. ..,, . ifi'xWEEtr5f2r rr? ffQgfii?5'r! !5gi:33 M .. s 1 4 I, 1 , : J ' PM 1 nf H-,sr 'cf' A .4 'N ,fa ff , pq up vffq, ' U "' w .X " "' x 'm af 1 . . . 4 fail- 3- " -, ,Q 'Q .1 . 'Cyl -1 g fu ' f 2- + Q - SE2,Z:3fya'e5,2-:xeg5'f,Q1a:z,.-f-zaywf new A Y Kev ,Q frm, 3, . L? 1, REQ, u,,,,,, X ,A...,, .N ,, Y 1 .. wi ,., ,, , ,.,., W,-2 x In f 7.-...'::,f -..s. " ' ' A L SWIMMING Squeak !-Oooo-oh-Gasp! The mud hens sink into the limpid Water of the shallow end of the pool and then all together 4-l-2-3-4! Splash! Gurgle! Gulp! The Water babies dive from the side and begin a Wabbly crawl for safety. Stand! Swish! Ripple! The majestic life-savers dive from the board, seize an expiring victim, and carry her safely ashore. Such is the dear old swimmin' hole of Lincoln. With the end of the lirst term, Lydia Ruut, Bettie Parker, Aileen Cowley, Ruth Orenstein, Libby Sagel, Ruth Lauderdale, Anna Knapp, Evelyn Pierson, Sarah Glass, and Charlotte Feldstein were ready for the Junior Life Saving Tests to be given in the spring, While for the second term a large group of girls principally in the 9B's and 91-Ys have Worked up ready for the test. eqawgmgq yi' ,ga ,711 I , ,,r asQfWa, VV l ,- , N If WWWEF ISL! , 5 L I , , N r i, .1 4. V K-5, ll , ,.,, as- Q-D WC4at,f3Le+ ,,,-.vx...g.l ,..4.gyl,E,e g- , , gx 69 ..:: Q 'Q "-' ff----:::., NLM- ,.,, .,.. : --- A A"A "f::...3'--.LV X , K7 way J ' ,k L LN MFE .. ., My Qi iffli'f5fftQI3i'1fefIfI5?La..W.1-.--- ,....,, QM rx in -' +--:iii " s Q- fi? THE "LINCOLN LUNCH HOUR Between the third and fourth periods !l When we're hungry and losing our power, Comes a pause in the day's occupation Known as "Lincoln Lunch Hour." I hear the chambers above me With chattering noises fill, The sound of lockers opened, And voices loud and shrill, Piercing tones and then silence, Yet I know or at least surmise, That a teacher's gaze is on them And they are caught by surprise. Prom my locker I see in the dim light Ascending the broad hall stair, Starved teachers, and giggling pupils, And the principal "set for a square." There's a sudden rush from the stairway A sudden raid from the hall By the five doors left unguarded, They answer the lunchroom call. RACHEL SEROTTO, 70 81-X3 'E7xTuRE Svdney praif 71 if t tt Q T cttttcft ci c c t MNCB LN t LJIEQFEUEEQ. .:g r , ,.., ,WW ,.,A . 4 i'-" A.M, X X IV' 5' . Ht H f f ' I 1 1 if lll ll lm Wlllml W T llm lulllniew 0 O W l i Y 1'-' 4--I if x 0 WLl,""' , f""f"' LMC-aw l V f , at Q in J NW 2 9 1 -A2 ' 2 , .0 , .qt gf O 6 , f . ff . ,if a "., ,V 4 .- f - 14'w- i A TRAGEDY He must die. We sat helplessly around. There was nothing we could do for him. Tom was the guilty one, we knew, for he still had that deadly Weapon in his hand. The victim gave his iinal kick, turned his face to the wall, and died. Tom laid down his weapon and triumphantly addressed his fallen foe: 'Ain your death, old dear, this community has been spared exactly 131,220,- OO0,000.000,000,000 flies," VIETTA MORSE. AN INCUBUS Hungry demons surrounded her, gnashing their teeth in fury. The roof wavered and fell. The sun in its dizzy flight crashed into the moon with fear- ful consequences. All over the universe the stars gave up and went out. The law of gravitation ceased working and the few humans who were left among the ruins of the earth, tottered and fell off into oblivion. It was in the year of nineteen hundred and sixty and Mary Smith had made the obnoxious mistake of saying "ain't" in an oral composition. DOROTHY MOYLAN. THE STAMPEDE Bang! the stampede is on. Several stalwart youths vainly try to stem the tide. The herd. maddened by hunger and thirst Qthey have not eaten for four hoursj rush onward. No, this is not a caption from a western movie, but a pic- ture of our Lincolnites during lunch hour. ISADORE GANDEL. 72 A L. , ., ,,.-...,. . .,.. .,., nan... ...... .-.....,.-.. SE, ..:a...... 1 ..V. - -'-frank' A'-'---'A pw:-fr-'::4--z.-ww -A-aff c:--1-g -ga... .. . f' "' ' sr 1- 1 ,- "3 -,s'i.,.f' 0 ' " " '93 F1 rg- , We sf. ' ' '-spur:-f--It-gk--4 "'j"'fgf,:5Eg1.,..,. ...Am X ...www-ea. 1 2fa.?l,gi?.57 -ffm: Ll, , , A-. N-.. - -:ss .:- al - - I -- f , ,--ss---- , 1 :fm-ff'fA.,.,.,, ---.V .. -. 3.5.1. .4-. 4.-::a:.A..,,. K, F, .2 f mt' a ' ,,,:x:.,,.-gq,.,.,.---,quwgf ,--- .. 'T"'M':f52'T . ,frafxf 1 311' '.,:-1:12, ,,, "1 .. -1:14 ii " MY OLD SHOES Of my old shoes everybody makes fun. They say they were born in nineteen one. Maybe they were, but this I'll bet, they're good for many a long mile yet. They say they were once worn by a well known sheik, but .he threw them in the garbage can, because they squeak. No matter where I found them they are my pals, tried and true. For we've journeyed far together, and 'twill hurt when we are through. HILMA SARPPO. . A TI-IRILLING MOMENT She stood beside the motionless white form: still warm 'as if with life. No groan, no sigh escaped her. Suddenly she let forth a cry that pierced the still morning air. Again and again the cry was repeated. Then all was quiet. A new-laid egg in the vacated nest awaited the family breakfast. PAMELA RUSH. A MUSIC LOVER'S BATTLE "Beat time," said Mr. Giddings. Tears rolled down the dear little chap's rosy cheeks, Terrible gusts of sobs shook his tender young frame. "I can't! I can't!" he wailed. Thunder clouds gathered on Mr. Giddings' brow. The storm was about to burst. "Beat time!" he thundered. Our innocent hero turned his cherub face and spoke, "Please don't ask me to beat anything, sir! My mother always says that I should do unto others as I would that they should do unto me." MAURICE WALLACH. I ONE'S DIFFICULTIES When one's teacher tells one to write a theme one's brain can never func- tion as one's brain does when one goes to a show. Why is it that when one goes to one's favorite theater no matter how hard the picture is to understand one's brain concentrates and gives one an idea of what the show is about, but when one's brain must do school work one's brain rebels! LAYVE FRANK. THE CATASTROPHE He was slowly sinking. This was a sight too horrible to witness. Oh! if only I had the power to save him. Look! he is sinking lower, lower, lower. Oh! somebody please save him. Please! Please! Think of how you would feel if you were in his place. Be man enough to save him. Look! Look! he is gone. Your conscience will bother you, so that you will not sleep tonight. You let him sink before your very eyes. You are a heartless, selfish wretch. Ah! now we shall not see the sun for another twelve hours! THULE KNIGHT. SEVEN WONDERS OF LINCOLN l. Lucille Cooke's ability to giggle. 2. Benjamin Avin's vocabulary. 3. Abe Kates' attraction for the girls. 4. Charlotte Feldstein's efficiency as a jockey. 5. Sid Gillman's manner of shooting baskets. 6. The speed of Irving Feinberg's feet. 7. Harriet Webb's hair-cut. 73 J'i""'m' H eg, f" ,fN.' 5,5 '1ii.1:':J51w?2g4E 2 -fflffn--Q i FE 1 me fm--pf 6 M E 4, .,:: ,,:,, , L ,., ,-V W,qqW ' i?9ff5g?' if X - H ::Vf " .': -f '-., M' ,.-ff?-'-1 'Y ,, ...:,- .,,.,. ..... , .-11:1-4-: Y ,, "1'K':"""" 'L ofzafzz .... 1 .,., v' M N xi .X Once a Lincoln girl athletics did scorn, ,M ,139 And with cosmetics her face would adorn. jf l X She studied her reflection, v , I 'I Vllas pleased with her complexion: V-ff But at twenty she'll look like dried up corn. A 1 53? A1 Once a 7B of Lincoln School, Q--vie. ' Couldn't remember the "no um" rule. , jk 2 N-L-QL , C .X X, P LLL! He chewed so hard His teeth he marred And now he's parked on the dentist's stool. . J V' J Liu: 4' Hooray! Hooray! for our Girls' Band, fm ' . . . i fi 17 mv The onl Junior H1 h one in the land. i .i .1 Q Y g M. E..e5xr',l" ll When it plays for a show, K, li It's "Back, don't crowd so!" 7 ,gf 1 55" "'lI5-ijfg And, "Let me in, it sounds so grand!" f 'X C14 wh Y l -l xxx XS JS Ulf! 'iyiki' 5 A bfiiiiant boy just out of 61-x, VVXX' mx' e xf' i it - v 1: ry zz xr ' wi- 'of i Insisted he d up a down stairway, QQ TQT,llllflfj':,fs 1 1, get 'f7'2tvfIj7' wg But soon he saw stars, H 1 Both Venus and Mars, f49i5'fxKkff,fff iq' A councilor had shown him that haste doesn't ay xxx, szw., If P JW.. f' ' ' lfflff W NL, -' l f-of Q If I, I ., 74 " 022: i g? L' l N llQI ,, ,,,,.. . . . fffiilikl Y B1 ' .1 ' YQ , ""' ' ,,.,, ,, H- 123 :23 ' t -',, . 5' ,QM Q it J Q x ' if , , , L .. A pretty girl- in Lincoln School T' Greatly feared the swimming pool Q59 For once she dove in, X Saw gooseflesh on her skin- f , ' I "To make me a fowl," she cackled, "is crool." , A -, 54, - -jgfvrf M H . W ,,, Y, X, fs- P XD! , A , Xwryf' if There was a boy named Morris, ' 'E Who tried to lam Miss Culver's chorus. He was caught, sang so bad, His classmates were mad, Cried, "Miss Culver, have sympathy for us." g Q A 9A one day in the corridor strolled "' Where he saw 7B's newly enrolled, Said one to him later, e' "Where's the elevator?" is L , "Alasl said the 9A, "the seats are all sold!" I 1 . . , ,, Poor Johnny Jones slept with window shut tight W5 And duller and paler grew night by night. xxfjfsgi Slfgf For his scholarship rare Teacher gave him the air. ff Now each puff of wind Johnny hails with delight. - ,L - M l- -- Limericks by 8BI Class J Cartoons by Vietta Morse ,L 75 HW A , .2-Wai.. .,,. -:e3is..Q:.. W ir- . 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The Wearin' of the Green ...... Hum, Hum ....... - .................... , .... Oh Say Can I See You Tonight ........t... Charley Doesn't Charleston Anymore ,.r.. Those Scientific Blues ........ .. ............. 76 ------Miss Berg Weld ----- ----Mr. Alger Miss Neill Gunderson -------Mrs. Connery ---Miss -------Mr. Lama ----Mrs. Weddel , - e ,frvw-aff: ' V . ffl- -- 'J' ' ' 'f iv fl ' - 1 'C' 'vlff' - f ,- 4 . ,--,ffm--'4 ' 'r -rr. ' -.-"'7.,.f-.:l .f' vs +1-5-f - 'l.:'c-veg, , sw- few'-fc. .LZQTIV I A ,f og-SQ, , 'QE HJ ., . f .' f2E?5?:?.7 M' ' 94' ,. -EY Q QNE 2, 1, ,K :iff 4 " sl, N , 1 s . '55, 15.55 'Lis-7 Alf ,,. N 'fi " 'ir gtbf ..,... .. . .,.......ga....:2.T.-."J'Xi?L" . ,-.1-,W :ml V--em ffl' 5122 THE AWPUL YOUNGER GENERATICN 1. A grizzly ancient, tree-man Sat upon a limb, And, turning to his grizzly wife, Who sat at left of him, Uttered these immortal words That ne'er shall be forgot, "The world is going to the dogs, As fast as it can rot." So quoth this sage of bygone days And shook his hoary locks, And so has it come down to us, As old as nature's rocks, That every younger generation Drives us further on The road that leads to Hades For ever and anon. 2. On a southern Cannibal isle There lived a dusky king And when he'd view the boys and girls He'd raise his voice and sing, "My kingdom's going to the dogs As fast as it can speed! The boys will not cut up their friends, They're losing all their greed, They refuse to eat their 'unc's' and aunts, By gosh, they won't hunt heads, I've seen them working in the fields And half of them use beds!" So ranted this old dusty chief, And pulled his woolly hair And now a rnan can take a stroll In perfect safety there. 3. Now in the days when dad was young And bikes were all the go, Painting was a ladies' game, Quite proper don't you know! They Wore great hats to keep out bats. And sixteen petticoats: Their dresses weighed 'bout twenty pounds And looked like walking floats: Their waists they squoze and squoze and squoze Until they were so thin ' They had to stand in one place twice To look half like a pin. "Now today all this is changed," So lamenteth Dad, "The world is going to the dogs, How very, very, sad!" JOHN BLISS, 9A. 77 : :: .i i --5 ' ' Q 1 ' I . '- 'A "l I H f-'- h , mn 'i K 9 0226- gif f IZA Qc X I is-1-11 iii I li I . I ll ' mf w 1 4 E: .- ,7 Xe! lr' i Mrs. Good Cgiving a lecture to the 6th hour music classb 2 HI Wish that I could organize a class to teach the pupils just to be quiet." B. B. B.: "If there's no home- work, I'll join." Joseph: "Teacher, whom did Minerva marry?" Miss Barron: "Joseph, when will you get this through your head? Minerva was the Goddess of Wis- dom. She didn't marry." Mrs. Weddel: "Which is more useful, the moon or the sun?" Pupil: "Why the moon, of course, because it shines at night when it is dark While the sun shines in the daytime when it is light any- way." READING lS BELIEVING Mrs. Morrison: "Children, Hol- land is noted for its cleanliness and its love of truth." Audrey A.: "I-don't believe it: my book says it's a low lying coun- try." FINE SYSTEM Miss Yike: "How was iron dis- covered?" Hazel A.: "I heard pa say they smelt it." An old fellow named Miles Standish Once remarked in a manner offhand- ish, "John, my old pal. Go propose to my gal," Now wasn't his conduct outlandish? MARTHA BENSON, 8B. OH, ALL RIGHT "I is-" began Tommy G. "I am, not I is," corrected Mrs. Koefod. "I am the ninth letter of the al- phabet," Tommy went on. SOUNDED BAD Mrs. Weddel Cassigning home- workj : "Tomorrow start with lightning and go to thunder." FOLLOWING ORDERS Leila K.: "Oh! my cake is burn- ing and I can't take it out for five minutes." SCARED HIM Dorothy A.: "I always will be a sister to you." Alvin: "Not if I know it! My ties and sweaters go fast enough as it is." Mrs. Michelsen: "What do you call a man who runs an auto?" Philip M.: "Depends on how near he comes to running over me." New Reporter: "Is Mrs. O'Brien a hard boiled teacher?" Second Ditto: "Is she? Say, she's so grouchy that she gets sore if you put a period upside down." THEN THE COLD STARE Miss Niell: "Have you done any outside reading?" Isadore B.: "No, ma'am, it's been too cold to read outside." Arnold J. Cat swimming meetj: "That fellow is anchor man on the relay team." Lucille C.: "But wouldn't they go faster if they weren't anchored?" q - ' 4' 'L 'A' W "-i""' Y' ' 'L dim' m""L' ' '-' i?:iv:f:f eeiuef' 23. ' -34248 1-0:5 L .-P -'ff-sfi ' 'N if-,A 0 E Z,,..,..ff,'.x,Xx4 " 1i'i'L,z-ff", f' 'fiiii .,.,- , " 'T' Plc? ,f fixes --.-.fi f f 4, v:11iy:,..,: ww ,D WA, ,,,1,,,..,1,,,3:QhQi.:viT,2 LN ., Af. p it if I wg, , fe b-Q . . 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M1 4:-TJL-,BJ-.-..---..., . iz.,-nail., . -9 ,., , l . .................-4-...e--- . -1,21-if Compliments of LACHER PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. 1313 Washington Avenue North Ch. 7003 FAME OR THE PRICE Tenderfoot-Glee, isn't it great to be famous? Just think of all the prominent men who die and have their faces on a five dollar bill. First Class Scout-That's nothing. I'd rather be alive and have my hands on one. We have been renovating feather pil- lows and beds for 18 years. Can't we renovate yours and make them sanitary? We make feather pads and mattresses from old feather beds. National Feather Co. 115 Plymouth Ave. Ch. 3728 MASQUERADE SUITS POR RENT A. J. HURD 1615 Thomas Avenue N. Hyland 5 186 PRODIGALITY "Rafferty," exclaimed Mr. Dolan, "your boy threw a lump of coal at my boy!" "That's Rafferty for you! When he feels there's a principle at stake he doesn't think of expense." DR. R. W. ERTL DENTIST Cor. Emerson 25 West Broadway Ch. 3875 Minneapolis Costume Co. Costumes and Theatrical Supplies 76-78 South Ninth Street Minneapolis. Minn. E. P. Hilbert, Mgr. Atlantic 0200 MARTY'S CANDIES and Quality Brand Macaroni Products Made in Your Neighborhood. Ask For Them F. A. MARTOCCIO COMPANY a.ae::.r:a..Va. ,::. :, .,.a:.::,. r.r,m--if 5 eil., Q .,. p cr , .., Com liments f P O Examined Free CO. I!!! 'IN ff By Refracting Eye 428 Nicollet Avenue f A fg:f'?L1:2"G1aSEe5 i I: withpframe54' HIGH GRADE FURS i if p 1 . K5 55 A . , X N? f, J. Mallsow '55 I. Cell Contractors and Builders Reasonable Prices On All Work National Optical House 426 Nicollet Avenue Hyland Hyland 0220 Opposite Powers Main 2200 Open Saturday Evenings 15 THAT SO? people don't know what the word TRANS- Baseball Manager fto school printerj- Print on every ticket the words NOT TRANSFERABLE. Printer-It won't do any good. Many FERABLE means. Baseball Manager-Then print NO PER- SON ADMITTED UNLESS HE COMES HIMSELP. OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT AT THIS MODERN UP-TO-DATE STORE AND "DRESS UP" CREDIT COUPON Bring in this coupon and open your account. It is good for S150 on any purchase of 515.00 or over. ASKIN if MARINE COMPANY 3 2 8 Nicollet Ave. Minneapolis, Minn. M"Tf5T5x"37'y"i5WX'11'f7S'2"?''wrffvmn'-,:: p.:1': 'nv .n:g:x:'::: ., ww. .,,,,v.,,-,,, ,,.. .,,.... ,X,3gs3Q?pb,wK,- ..,,15g,Qgf,..,, -'M 1' ..,- .www-m W .us ei,,,....m,,,:aw-we-2-fmw,:- f - f-A nit 5-2: .-- -- i, 1' l"xa"af"mm:":t':7'd5??I" -. 5 Merino ,yu ' " X' ' " N ,., x 'Wi :uf-5Y:z:p2,m?J-Qfgf?' ' -V,-se ,L r '-,X-1-,:....,,,.g "5 ,-1 ff N Q13 1511" - . I of "X J 'lxgifx-iq:ff",-.'rQ , L . " ' -' ' 'fit 'L '?"'Q'-339-WN Hi 3' l. f f -L1 -f . ., -. C 1 f, f:.vf3'f'-4K5"'41 -, 'MH' i W v gig-ssl.. Q l-l.,v.w,. s..:.-..::t.,- ,va !eH.,x,1,,EM:i5 X .Biggs-X211 A .,.,,..5 -,i ,, ' -n-few-e-1-,-ff-4- .if--'ff.wn.,2-.,.i,,.,e.::lambs-, aaxrsffm-nf -- .ef X I A 'X' YQqh.:b2?4.-4149" M -' - yfilwsi H ,,3a.v, , ,FIX az .A . Z ll ,:fV':'3'11' l . w ma 'Hit .iw - f ragfar . Urilr ll -wrt. new V 1?n1I1lf,.3g..qi.-q, ,Q: , Av 1. M 1 1 .. wauflf-as .. S 'J' la' 'll Iliff '5E " "" -5 Playtime Summer holidays are just around the corner No matter how you plan to spend your vacation you want it to be a suc- cessful one-the right will do much to you make your for the summer out as you want to outfit help plans work them We can help you there. Sweater-sg bathing suitsg knickersg golf hoseg capsg everything that's best for sports and every clay wear is here. The largest, mrst complete stock in the Northwest here for you to choose from MAURICE L ROTI-ISCI-IILD 86 C0 Palace Clothing House WTNNEAPOLIS ST. PAUL CHICAGO Compliments of Maurice L Rothschild SLCO PALACE CLOTHING HOUSE Minneapolis 82 F ,. .-:aff 5--.2 e- 41- 4:--f.-een:-E-.. --fi'-V-eianerf lr,-r.l"if5'12SEr L. ,,.fF.q. , L QB LN Met E -.., 1 . 'NM-,..,r .iff 1 A, W .,, gr, '-,, .w Q..-5,5 5-I v f '--' "MONEY IS MADE OF PAPER. SAVE IT." Complimems of Call on us before selling your I I next accumulation of Waste paper. Franklln Co-operatlve Creamery Association PIONEER. PAPER ' STOCK CO. DupOHt 2371 Cherry 3335 620 Oak Lake Avenue N. Hyland 5555 Hyland 5556 Established 18 94 WAsN'T I-OAFING "Are you a German teacher?" "Bread, bread, give me bread!" David UNO' Why do you askyf' Gaviser cried, and the curtain came down with a roll. "Your marks are so low." MUN HING MANUFACTURING CO. The Northwest? Greatest Chow Mein and Noodle Manufacturer 719 Hennepin Avenue Atlantic 3060 MUN HING SPECIAL, CHOW MEIN LUNCH ........, .,.. .,.,........... . . -20c CHICKEN MUSHROOM CHOW MEIN Cthat serves two peoplej put up to take home ......,e.,r.....,,...,...,r.e. .,---., .,r.,.. . ..rr,..r..,c,.....,,,.......... --5 Oc THREE 'CON VENIENT LOCATIONS Store No. l-719 Hennepin Avenue, Phone Atlantic 3060 Store No. 2-1304 Fourth St. S. E., Phone Dinsmore 6047 Store No. 3-2936 South Lyndale Avenue, Phone South 5143 WHERE DELIVERY SERVICE IS DESIRED, PHONE ATL. 3060 Free Delivery for 25 Blocks 83 r ..-- o'?'r""rcc ' " WR" .gfka-i'i'i.'i32if'f.3Q.Ci5,3?T'-L MNG LN MFE ., . - - A ... " ,... " REBUILT TYPEWRITERS WHAT ABOUT YOUR BoY's EDUCATION ALL MAKES It won't be long before he be- gins to ask about college. The money will be ready when he is, if you start an educational fund for him in this bank. . 1- . Qafg sf ' 7? 'I'I'T'3.1Z2'... ': - 'ref:ss:::1f1+f'2'2:2'ff":1...-LQ-r' .: :' :ESV ' E5.,L.:L .v.s1,..1.rQv2Xwi2S ff.,-,-.ss..a-f-M-1 -aa.. .-,..,.,..-.f-.W wmv '-'-'.3.'.-wiv:':f'af?.:Y1.2?2T"',. .I .5......, X M. ..,..... ,..,.... Open An Account For Him Today Special Student Rental Rates Sold on easy payments NATIGNAL BANK Typewriter Clearing . Association AND TRUST CO. ll2 S. Fourth St. Geneva 7619 Resources S24,000,000.00 MINNEAPOLIS "What for y'all call dat mule 'Millionf Mrs. Wedell-"Now this plant belongs to aire'?" the begonia family," " 'Cause he's a cretter of a million bucks." Matthew--"Ah, yes, and we're keeping it for them while tbey're away." Stude-"This history test we just took I The absent-minded quarterback whispered was a song." l ' Student-"Yes, Isaw you using notes." the signals to the ball and kicked the center. NEW LOW PRICES Men's Suits or Overcoats Dry Cleaned and Pressed 31.00 and up Ladies' Suits, Coats or Dresses Dry Cleaned and Pressed 31.50 and up 0 C Ieaners-D yers-L aund erers NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Established 1845 Assets 5B1,149,47l,556.02 The new policies of the New York Life are the last Word in modern life insurance. There is no contract written by any company more complete. They protect you whether you live, die or are totally and presumably permanently disabled by disease or accident. They take the worry out of life. MRS. T. E. HAWK. Special Representative. Office Phone-Geneva 4601 Res. Phone-Hyland 3606 I -f 1 ' ,f-,,, '12,-:fr fl 1 M, ,,,,, -..-..,,:.zfl,Q 'inrzffrsffkzi x' S 12' 722' '1fi'fr'? si:-we ff' I 0 'H rl' ":3" -C-Mali,-,'Cf723,i-2 '-fjitsgx -- - rfiyj, b ,X .- - ' v,3.,Nj ' iv? -' f .,,'1"T 'v 'A' 'I'-..,gg',' : ,15E3..-f-'-- ,. vi- r -. M5 "1 -. i 'fiii m e' ' mf "l'5"' '-rf"mff....s, " ""uW':"QLfi T576 -aay5,n,,,A " 1:,a::::-,r'1e,e:fm-f..,..:.A-f-, f---.,.-se-,mfg if. :fi "W':7f"f3f' , .,...4mw-wwm.,,MwsWm.mmm...wmm. . . "' 'i' 35 Homewood Theatre S. G. LEBEDOFF, Mgr. Plymouth Avenue North at Newton The most refined and up-to-date Suburban Theatre in the Twin Cities MISS CLAIRE H. HAMACK Playing the nrst Wurlitzer Hope Jones Organ in the Twin Cities 'we Show THE LATEST AND BEST PRODUCTIONS Get the Homewood Habit . "My brother is the town's champion light- Teacher to Little Girl-Give the meaning weight." A of "unaware," "I didn't know he was a pugilistf' Little Girl-Unaware is the last thing you "He isn'tg he's a grocer." take off before you go to bed at night. Our workmanship is always. of the highest quality backed by 49 years of Honest Service GROSS BROS. CLEANERS-DYERS-LAUNDERERS 86-90 South Tenth Street 85 , T gh' r. 17 4 -f 13357. T1"5?lT:jL-rpabgwr are f Lmwvff- w--, ---'main fvwl-fill-1 f-- of . F' 3Z.MlfQLyQ.:'7g:L" La.. .Ag if- N :--' .TLIIN ILQN IfJI11F?'f"1EEQ. . : . , 1 .- 3' 1-..f-. ,. -- ,- .1 ' '..-,...,.. ,. ,Q AA-A .: fp-ff -2 w ,--- ' ' f--.fi X "'-1ff11X"' ' A' 4. 524 :z Q . A xvz'-i"'f',:'4-:,:,'-..w..:z .:. freeing 2333211 , , For Your Sfflmllng Drug C00 sUMMER's sHoEs Two Stores See Us PLYMOUTH AT EMERSON Hyland 2700 PLYMOUTH AT MORGAN Hyland 4153 B. ZIMMERMAN 1813 Plymouth Ave. SHOES AND HOSIERY Shoes For the Family K. LARSEN TAILOR 1807 Plymouth Ave. PINE SUITS MADE TO ORDER Dry Cleaning, Repairing, Pressing You choose your doctor carefully. Choose your pharmacist the same way. For Careful, Conscientious Compounding Rosoff's Pharmacy 1601 Plymouth Avenue North Miss Y.-"Name an island possession of United States." Pupil-"Huh? Why a-" Miss Y.-"Correct," HIS DEFINITION Teacher-"What is a hypocrite? William-"A kid what comes to school with a smile on his mug." Compliments of Rosenfield Drug Co. 2122 Sixth Avenue N. Granville 6692 Class Rings and Pins F. E. BETLACH CO. Wholesale, Manufacturing JEWELERS, DIAMOND SET- We Deliver Hyland 0344 TERS AND ENGRAVERS 243-44 Loeb Arcade C0mp1imGnfS Of To Show You is to Shoe You GLENWOOD ESTABLISHED 1694 2117 N. SIXTH AVE. Famous For Our GLENWOOD LINX Home Trade Shoe Store INC 2l7'223 NICOLLET Edmund C. Bates, Pres K fs ,....,. '.-..g.,e.:::.ea:z.,:,:::v:w-.,-:ee :,' fzazeewr-f.:W-M -::: E :ze-we ,S as ti' . t LING LN MFE 2 S. QQ ,,,. .,, - .,,. A' S is M " ,,, 1 fmo E fj Q . EM5A?lEE S- e 1 Vg, Save by Mail A Monthly Statement Plan l HIS is the modern, convenient and business-like Way of banking your Savings. Because pres- ent-day methods demand system and efliciency, f.. up - - - l.,l:',-gtg! We assume that you are setting aside from time l , - I to time a reserve fund, to be used for your life insurance, investments, taxes, interest, and for other purposes. The function of our Monthly Statement Plan is to gigi help you increase this fund every month. We believei that you will be interested in this plan, whereby you open a savings account and authorize us to send you a monthly memo reminding you to make a deposit. All of the transactions can be taken care of by mail in the same manner that you handle your monthly bills, that is 'by simply attaching a check and mailing to our Savings Department. Today, send in your in- itial deposit, or if you prefer write for our booklet entitled, ' 'Save-by-Mail. " THE MINNESOT OAN s.TaUsT Co S 405Marquet1e Minneapolis CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S2,000,000.00 RESOURCES OVER 518,000 ooo oo ll S S 3 87 f 2 1-" f v,i.-f1f.fa.'-- " tt., 'f' ,- 1 a a r -u27...,g xg- - 512- 1 -i' efiiffxfif 'SP'-iK"" 3 . .. f xgjqwff ,. ,L .., f, -V , sasfifffiif-is ffm lift-1 'f ' sa ., -f , x cw, --fs. Q:-5 ,if -1 Va. - , , f.a,..,.e7x:gf':::.iQf A e .?fi':.vsq,xeacfr"f9a.4 .w 1 ., :gas . 4, .anim 3,5 ggH:gf-rw ,i -a 11, -C. - u.. -,t....:.. ,,,., 1 :gofsgrqqxgggs f wa, iv if-f:,,R.3.:EisE .ex ,gA.,la?- M- '-11 "' " 'WW' 2 - - ' V'lLL..LTTIT'5F"'Z5: ' H' ::m+W" rf. "'2y:sXiNi."' '-Q'-,Q ...A , '-'-N '--' """' Q - ....f...M-.5:n,.e-..1,.feg,ff:taff.-.fx--2 ---- 5552 ' The New Day Jewett FOR QUALITY WORK H Six Sedan Call South 5725 5995.00 Factory V ROYAL LAUNDRY PAYNE MOTOR CO. Wet WSIST1, Hydro, 1400 Harmon Soft Finish, Prim Prest Minneapolis "Do you handle bread?" "Yes, sir." "Then give me some that you haven handled." Mrs. Kolfod-Name a collective noun? Sam B.-A landlord. 't Miss Cook Cin distressl-My car's stalled. Have you a spare plug? Farmer-Sorry, lady. l don't chaw but I got an old cigar I kin give you. Every family tree must have its sap. ATTRACTIVE PICTURES appropriate for School Memorials, reason- ably priced. We invite your committees to inspect our beautiful line at their earl- iest convenience. Lucrative results may be obtained by in- terviewing us concerning your School Memorial, From the House of a Thousand Gifls OHIO PICTURE FRAME CO. ll0 S. Fourth St UNDERWOOD LEADS ACCURACY AND SPEED Fifty per cent of the Typewriters at Lincoln are UNDERWOODS Use an .Underwood and get BETTER RESULTS --If-gliwrg 5'-Q-g,sc-:A Qjsrgrif :,1-1-:Heep --,ion-Axwszzfe-:me-fue:-r.::zz.::-f f:-re----- , , f,:-.:v:.4-.rxjg-L -' ir.-.jgQ5'lSLe14Sf M " I 'fs-s, I "fd 955' - 2 - A ,fy--1. ." i' -JI ii' 1, - ....-qrfiv,-2 " SEQ? wifi , XT ,, ff,is.,,.f.fS?ag.-?5ef'i Q s pi ke . 3QQ5E3C.r,.q1.3 if--.-:1::Y.5:.,:..V1. www un Y- nY:L'A:LdiEpg.5MS?j'Si::2 1 , . Q - -I .. 1 Y' .. ,M ys-f-f ----' ..'g:::g7:.v,r .. 1..::.fx..w...4---' -' 473.1--.,.,.::: S LW lvuun jj .: ms.-.a........t1.a.e., 'M'-'-Nffr' .Jw-1-fl f. .':-we-:ff -Y Cherry 5786 Turk 25 Froberg Hardware, Sheet Metal Works, Glass and Paints l 406-10 Western Ave. Minneapolis Compliments of Homewood Meat Market l306 Sheridan Avenue N. GERARD P. JEUB, PROP. D. and R. Grocery Co. 19th and Queen Avenue For Your Groceries in Later Life. NELSON PHARMACY Corner 19th Ave. N. and Queen We Deliver. Hyland 0181 Miss Linn-"What is a pronoun? Ruth-"A pronoun stands for a noun. Miss Linn-"Give an example." Ruth-"Mary milked a cow. The cow stood for Mary, so the cow is a pronoun." Pupil-"Say, the jokes in that last issue were terrible." Mildred S.-"I don't know. I just threw 21 lot of rejected ones into the stove and the fire just roared." BOYS AND GIRLS Get Your Compliments DOUbli:g595Cg3EltgZS Cones of a At SCHOOL FRIEND Pavlow's Apartment Grocery Tenth and Newton Compliments of Rockler Bros. Fur Co. l7l3 Sixth Avenue N. Hyland 7950 Corner Logan I Repairing, Remodeling, Storage and Coats Made to Order HOMEWOOD INN Next to Homewood Theatre Candies, Ice Cream Rich Malted Milk CHARLES M. MILLIGAN l925 Plymouth 89 he f eere J "" r,,,i , W . ,. .-:mm .!,,-.. - 'llfi ,,1,AY T if ,',11 e, 1515-Atlantic--1516 Cherry 3237 BELDEN-PORTER Portrait and Commercial Work 1 Picture Framing, Enlarging COMPANY Expert Amateur Finishing Heating, Plumbing, Ventilating I Rag Fuel Oil Burners 65 N. 17th Street Minneapolis C. HL GALBRAITH PHOTOGRAPHER 827 W. Broadway Minneapolis Sweaters, Bathing Suits and Other Knit Goods NORTHLAND KNITTING WORKS 1410 Washington Avenue South We Sell Direct to Consumer Why not wear your school colors in Sweaters? If not in stock we will knit them as wanted. Telephone: Atl. 5396 Telephone-Geneva 2291 Work Promptly Attended and Done at Reasonable Rates ACME Window Cleaning Co. Expert Wz'ndow Cleaning I Holberg Bros. 818 Hennepin Miss Barron-"They say Phaeton was Lenich-"How do you tell the age o killed by a thunderbolt hurled at him by turkey?" Jove." Heiser-"By the teethf' Pupil Cawakeningj--"She wouldn't let Lenich-"A turkey has no teeth." Heiser-"But I have." us use slang like that." fa BOYS I There is only one concern that can equip you properly for the camping trip Goldfish Chain Stores Stores Everywhere V 311 Hennepin Ave. 260 Marquette Ave. COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND I 90 A rQ,-,xY. My q,,:Abv????E,:?3.7.,:,.,,. .gm fxiiffz--e-ex A--g..:-- -:re W., f-:Ldv-mfs-4 fa- f' .ez-:Q :-23.5. .1 VV if' ' Linimca tin MFE 'mi 55 - if r iff' f. . .. , ,A ' "WP . z A' if-wmsxf ' -il. " pf: M T Tuma A ---,.T'Z7?'f'c':f"'f'-f4l11rf5x- AME! ...,. - ..,.,. - ...., cr .. 'J5fl1""""'l'J' "' ' fm... Y, gm N 55:-"'-'-:L-.---Q af' '--' -- --- --w-W NW'--V-, " V - 'W'-"' "W"-"-'c"' ' ' 'Y ' Buy Your Hats and Fur .Coats at Mrs. C. Berkowitz Furs and Millinery 912 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH Hyland 3987 GAYETTE BARBER SHOP 1250 Logan Avenue North MARY KRAM BEAUTY SHOP Hyland 1516 Our Compliments RIALTO THEATRE SUPPLY CO. Complete Theatre 35 School Supplies 56 WESTERN AVE. SALITERMAN FRUIT CO. Wholesale Fruit and Produce 73-74 CENTRAL MARKET At. 2062 Bill-"My girl friend at college must have changed her mind about basketball. She is evidently going in for something more use- ful." Tom-"How so?" Bill-"She writes me that she has made the scrub team." "Do you have animal crackers?" 'No, but We have some very nice dog biscuits."--Progressive Grocer. Mr. Koehler-"If you could see the mole- cules in this glass of water they would be moving so rapidly you could not see them." Compliments of CHARLES GOLDFUS COMPANY THERMIODYNE RADIO Compliments of PEOPLE'S BAKERY, 1 Inc. 1016-18 Sixth Avenue N. Hyland 4042 P LEANSE BROS. Complete House Furnishers 1001 Sixth Ave. N. Cherry 5367 Union Co-operative Bakery 718 SIXTH AVENUE NORTH ,'gQ37'E31?'-ff'-jf:::.1:,,g, ,A-ff-J.-.-e...wM --'-, ' - -1- 9 f Y T-,A Y 1 - avi! 1 KJ' . 5 3- 'X rQ56'3df:--'yeixlwv ---A -...W -3 .J fe? 1' 2444 L E . -- 1 . mi ,Q , . , ,.-,,..r.,f3':pf,f..w ..f-f9'nf,'1-fear fn. . A -f-.2 Aff'-f 1- xref,-:fa-M-,,,,.,.:., , dxf-W-Q R Y, ..L.,:-. ,Y aaa D. DAVIS 1523 Western Ave. Shoe Repairing Tailoring, Cleaning, 'Pressing Glenwood Tailoring Dry Cleaning, Pressing Suits Made to Order C. H. WESHBESTKY 267 Irving Avenue N. Clarence A. Froberg Hardware and Sheet Metal Works 1401 WESTERN AVENUE Hyland 1992 Try Our Drug Store First WESTERN- AVE. PHARMACY Corner Western and Irving Little Willie had gone to bring the new kittens in. His mother, hearing a shrill mewing, called out: "Don't hurt the kit- tens. Willie." "Oh, no," said Willie. "I am carrying them very carefully by the stems." Motorist-Yes, it took me about six weeks' hard work to learn to drive my auto. Pedestrian-And what have you for your pains? Motorist-S1oan's liniment. ' WEST-END BAKERY I Fresh Pastry Wedding and Party Cakes 1418 Western Avenue GRADUATION GIFTS DOCKMAN J EWELER 5 soUTH FIFTH ST. D. '25 D. SPECIAL It's Hot-Holds Well 89.50 Per Ton Don't Clinker-Few Screenings DeLaittre Dixon Co. Hyland 7981 NELSON E5 NELSON Manufacturing jewelers NEW LOCATION . 1324 W. Lake St. 1 block oE Hennepin We Specialize in Rings, Pins, Fraternity Emblems af1fwrttS'rfr":'ra?fi"'Tg"sfsfnr"O ' 'rf -ef A 2 at s' 't-wif" 'liifl i .. xi ' if s- ' '-ff f- . ff'-1-':.sf3i1'Hs+ ia A L ' f Q.: Ag? Q4iS+N5 aA,- Z-----"7f'vzJw,4 . as .K 1 . :We-' "' ' W ,-,,1,.a,,sa.'aii-w -Qff.f,:.t af ' ' '- 1- F- tug,-N, 3 gg..-5 - 3-f. 3,,... f"'-- . "- v.., --.yu .. ae-11.1 - -:,f,' U- 1s f53,EefEii'5-im,,ae.maa.,,..aa,.i,,.a.,.s...,s.,."',f -N-1'ff,:+ . - J-was ,,,,,,,, T i The Foundation 0 Good Dress V 49' . . J Perfect Fitting Undergarments .ii ' A l Made for men, women and ' children in a -variety of A 4 styles and fabrics to suit the I ,L needs of every taste and season. V N1 N.. n K sy n! sf Well dressed people are very careful in 'i"""" il their choice of undergarments, They realize they cannot present a proper appearance unless their underwear is smooth fitting and comfortable. Among these people Munsingwear has won tre- ,M , mendous popularity. lt is recognized as underwear of true quality and reiine- ment. Munsingwear may also be had in hosiery. Let Munsingwear cover you with satisfaction. . THE MUNSINGWEAR CORPORATION . M1NNEAPoL1s 93 i 1 .g,,:nf-..f::- ' ..::- ree- .g..',f, -,,:,. - W --:L-:wig ,,,y.,?w,-------H--7 -Viv .T Y-Qs: v Agfa ri-ig. I ., " - f .mf J- I' K e.ff'?if'..'liF' 'XELM J T UK' "'7""'Q'?vi 5-:ag-35 1 ef S----XX MQ, 5-Ee'QQ0?45a -5, as.. -,ax N -, ., f -, Va II!-R55 rf sir? 1,- . 1- "Lf S N' ff-uf.:-. U.-fefi inf? af- T513-5" '- ' ifff.:+ifif.?Q2f f,..a.ifiiaa.f.f.f.-- .. . E-'Yam-h-..,.:ys-.agfsgef . we--:fc s.. .- qfi' , 4.,...,'r-ea '::s:a:1f..:- -9aE:.e'V,'Q-,Z .f.4'f-'..M9e?ff':pX" " - - A -3 . . Zfe' - -'xi' :" A.t1 .. : Y,,YY ' "fri: :. W ,. ':1X":""' kN ' m v ' 554 PICTURES POR HOME AND SCHOOL The Beard Art Galleries A REAL HPINCH HITTERH A savings account will pinch- hit for you and buy almost anything you want-if you'll just keep it growing. Have you started yours here? NORTHWESTERN NATIONAL BANK COMPLIMENTS . HESSBURG BROS. f if WHOLESALE CONFEC- TIONERS 1203 Washington Ave. No. Atlantic 301 1 Have Your Eyes Examined C. C. TANKEI. CO. OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS I 520 Nicollet Ave. A school is not a farm. but goose eggs have been found in the teacher's record book. Who was the fastest runner in the world? Adam, because he was Hrst in the human race. A student should know that just because he has large feet it doesn't mean he has a good standing in school. Science Quiz-"Give an example to prove sound travels through solids." John-"Hold a watch to your head." FIRST NATIONAL BANK NORTH SIDE OFFICE Cor. Plymouth 8 Wash. 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