Afton High School - Echo Yearbook (Afton, IA)

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Volume -- III if an an an 1 Harold Had1ey-------- ----- E ditor-In-Chief Ada Groesbeck'---W ----- A ssistant Fhitor James Tr::i.ob1or--------'--A--'-Business LQd,iE1.g91' Arnold Gif-ippen---Asst. Business Marzager SuptQ C. L. hIcDowell----- ------ -Faculty Advisor 1 1? L EQMT H-H E A, Ho S, IE Q IHI O--A634 1 -,- --x , E-QA' A V. Af" f. -. 95? A EVA IM, 5 ' !,4k J'-7 V 1 if I 4 yffffs' 4 fl? Aff ffl: W aff A if I' 1,3 Q. .17 g i. fs. 07132120 rd AS mm: SHIP OF FATE SAILS STEADILY Ozmnn rr LEAVES AN ECHO OF THE PAST, AS A OONSTANT Pdnmlrmzim OF AFOON HIGH SCHOOL DAYS, IN ms .YEAR OF 1926 - 1927 ....,gf Py.,..j1 9 2 7....,gi 13k... 1 13:-Q-'H' IHI IE A. IHI. S. IE C IHI 0-0-rEf fl fix ff j X ,XT f ,Lg nf ' Y' Zi - 'Fix 'fn' V SLR or ff ' X . ' 3 N ,fffffdf ,- "N TTNQ, ff 7 xr I, 'G--N -- M K - KK-- Vr' , ' ji. f . ,y , 5,4 44 H A .J ,f 5 D ' igss ,I A is 11" x- f H , , f X. hx! 'AMI 4-T . f , ., ' un, l my XX l u 62?Qov1 A 'fifgf' . 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Gripp, lf, ll. K llx SCH 00I. BOARD COM MITTEES Supplies- l.m'ne Parks Dr. Ira C. Bro T. S. Spencer Repairs- 'I'. S. Spencer F. H. Kelly Lorne Parks Claims- F. H. Kelly Dr. Ira C. Blown Lorne Parks Finance- T. S. Spencer F. H. Kelly Dr. Ira C. Brown llldg. Sz Grounds- Lorne Parks Dr. Ira C. Brown T. S. Spencer F. H. Kelly Ira G1-ipp -....,5f lgn-Q-H Q3 2 7--0-pgf lgg... i.,-l.-.., 5 121-U--'ll' IHI IE A. IHI. S. E C IHI 0--'+3f f Prim. llnn A. I-Wistar, Mrs. Ile-ln-iw Melluwvll, SHN- V- 11- Ml'U"W"ll Luis Mvl'nIlm-ll, Mrs. IVI:ii'i-in do l"n:u', Lulu XXI:-Unlliwli LI ETJQQ .il If 1 1- 'f AFTON HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY C. L. McDowell, B. A. State University of Iowaf-Superintendent. Don. A. Foster, B. A. Des. Moines University--Principal. Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Lola Lois Marion de Paar, B. A. Columbia University, New York-Normal Trziiningr. Eunice Foster, B. S. M. Des Moines University-Music. Helene McDowell, B. A. State University of Iowa--Commercial. McColloch, A. B. Missouri Wesleyan, Cameron, Mo.--English. McColloch, A. B. Missouri Wesleyan, Cameron, Mo.-Domestic Science. -Q-61 13+--ll 9 2 7--Q-:jf B+- lg,....'H'11-HIE Ao Ho So EQH-l10-.,.,gf ... Irion L':ii'ter, Herbert Craig, Morrill Porter,-Joe Mc-Grath, Carl Otis, Owen H :lm s Myirs, Myrtle- We-stern, Marjorie Jzu-ohson, Crystal XVivk. ilvlu Allen, Clzlilalim- Juliiistun, B1-llc Hess, Grave Ulmsieml, Myrtle- liutlvr, XXI! 1 son, XVilm:1 Dcnly, Mildred LaFavx'e. Ulu Groosbvrk, Vern Hluir, Ruby Jnlinsun, Ruby Ami-S, Eva Butler, Susan . rind Myers, Supt. C. li. M.-Dowell. , 1 First Sem. Harold Hadley--- Arnold Crippen- - - Philip Kelly ...,. Joe McGrath- - - Vera Blair VVilma Denly Ada Groesbeck Marjorie Jacobson Ruby Ames Eva Butler Myrtle Butler Belle Hess Grace Olmstead CLASS OF 1927 Im1g.,sIm11 I It ll Iilor, H xi old ll ionnrd l-iwtvr, lhilip Ki Hy, Newton Purti-r, Arnold 4'ripp4-n, .lumes " - II u xx Second Sem. ----President-H ---Susan Longsho - - -Vice Pres.- - - - - - Secretary- - - - - --Eva Butler - - -Ruby Johnson Treasurer -----..---.-.--- Ruby Ames Class Sponsor-Supt. C. L. McDowell Normal 'Training Course Ruby Johnson Mildred LaFav1'e Susan Longshore Mildied Myers Commercial Course Myrtle Western Marion Carter James Treichler Harold Hadley Philip Kelly Academic Course Wilma Peterson Crystal Wick Arnold Crippen Leonard Porter Mabel Allen Lewis Myers Joe McGrath Carl Otis Merrill Porter Newton Porter Claudine Johnston Herbert Craig Owen Blalock --U-o5f 1g....-11 9 2 7-Mgjf iy.- TC -y I34.--"H'H IE Ao Hu So ECH 0-- . U- , . .Q ,l 'lllllllilll l,on,.,, Mnnlnxr lintlnl, Xlm. l,ung.I1me, XXIII I ipsum, liilly Ilnss, llll7lI'l0S Umvpml " mi' Wi--k, Floyd l45II'l'Clll Hun lim-stinc linder, Goi'irnfh- Hawkins, LI:-yt Mivlk--, Maury Jn Mcl':iIl, .inns IIHII x rude Iilnir, XVilI:l lnghnni, Arla Nlutcer, Mzulelinv .le-i'i'rvy, Zltzi 1'UllIl'Ul'l. Inns Mct'vvIlocI1, Dall' 'Nllllll x, XYiIlic- Slieplic-rml, l.:iwr4-nm- Myers, XYilIurd Wir I A hm ln, Bryson Kvlly. First Sem. CLASS OF 1928 Second Sem. Madeline Jeffrey--- ---President-U ---Lawrence Myers William Longshore--- ---Vice Pres.--- ---Willard Wick Gertrude Hawkins--- ---Sec1etary--- ---Norv-al Lehman Lawrence Myers .---.-...... Treasurer ---------------- Willie Shepherd Maude Blair Dale Smiley Madelyn Jeffrey Willie Shepherd Norval Lehman Bryson Kelly Zita Comfort Truman Long Class Sponsor-Miss Lois McCulloch Normal Training Course Willa Ingham Lawrence Myers Wm. Longshore Commercial Course Floyd Larkins Ada Mateer Charles Cooper Anna Hadley Mary Jo McCall Billie Huss Willard Wick Wilbur Wick Lloyt Mielke Gertrude Hawkins Ernestine Kuder Manlove Trotter Harold Thompson --asf law-H 9 2 7-Q-g ig..- mmm Eg...-T H E Ao H5 So E Q H U--wif 3- Tholmn Portvr, Maxine lflairly, Marie Rippvrger, Alvin P0l'tE'!', Sydney Long. Ch-oral Thompson, Pauline Young, Ruby Str-xvzirf, Mildred Detty, Granc-0 IJOIHIQI Wm Kvlly. Lola McColIm-h, Adzllim' Gunn, Josepliilu- Johnston, Clarvnce Porter, Hiowzlrcl Su mx Vlydo Killion. Wuyni- Blair, Furl NYilliaums, Kvnnn-th Seeley, Grulinxn .Iac-nhslm. First Sem. Alvin Porter ........ .... P resident Josephine Johnston-- Hazel Wilson ....... Clarence Porter- - - ------Treasurer-----U cu CLASS OF 1929 Officers - ---V1cePres.--- -------- ----Secretary---------- --- Class Sponsor-Lola McColloch Second Sem. --- -...-.-... Josephine Johnston -Clarence Porter -Adaline Gunn ------ ---Hazel Wilson -.0.!gf lgq..,-.11 9 2 7--Q-gf ... X14 X irgiq- Nyv, l'i'in. mn.-mniimmiiniI--mimum.-ml-nun ,L- ky...-THE A, HU S, IEQHU--1-if .- Rivlmrd lJl2llTlY'l"l2ll1S, .lov Imlmlmuv, Ross Ste:-li, Mzirivn Moffltt, Gladys lilulm-k, Grum- 'Gt'zitl1, Pnulini- VMI li-li, Virginia Gripp, Arlenc- Brown. Doris Tl'1'if'lllt'l', Elnorai Messer, Cvleste l'urt1x', View Thomas, Ili-rnitn .Xml-s, Murgzirih- vlmstnn, Mill'jl1I'lt' Parks, .Xlivv Hainlinv. 'Flu-lmzi llnlge-r, Enid Gultry, lllulzi lfauw- I,--mrslri-ilu, th-ursro Grm-isln-ck, l':uul 1'i'imwn, lion A. l+'I1e4ivr. tu CLA SS OF 1930 First Sem. Second Sem. Paul Crippen .... ....... P resident- - - - - -Geo. Groesbeck Pauline Welch- - - - - -Vice Pres.- - - - -Enid Goltry Enid Goltry ---- ---- S ecretary--- - ---Eula Faye Longstreth Treasurer ......--.--.- Paul C1-ippen Class Sponsor-Prin. Don A. Foster ----.g.f lgq...ll 9 2 7---.gf mm-uunmu mu: m-....umu-I--u 1- ..... l nn-umm . Ea-THE A-, H. so ECHO--wif -.---'-------. - ,N . Arnold Urippi-n, N01'v:xl'I.m-lllnzlll, Vl'ilIzu'rI XViCk, Marion Moffitt, XVilhur Wick, Dun A. Fnster. 1 XVillin- Slwplwrd, Philip K+-lly, Hal-old Haidlvy, Clyde Killinn, Iennnrml Purim-V, .lzunes 'I'reic-hler. lmle Smiley, Rl1'll2ll'fl Heunmuns, Paul Crippvn, l,'l2ll'4'l'll't' Pfvrtc-1', William K llx 4 4' A'. 1926-1927 BASKET BALL First Team James Treichler ............ Philip Kelly ..... Clyde Killion -- Leonard Porter Harold Hadley --- BOYS - - -Forward - - -Forward - - -Center - -- -Guard - -- -Guard Arnold Crippen Willie Shepherd Norval Lehman Dale Smiley -..gf Reserves Richard Hammans Wilbur Wick Clarence Porter Bill Kelly Coach-Prin. Don A. Foster Evo-ll 9 2 7w+E-f Marion Moffitt Paul Crippen Willard Wick ig... lg.-.-'II' H IE A, H, S, IE Q IHI 0--.1-rgf l-"e X1-ru Blair, Blill'-jUl'l9 .Inu-nl pson, Owen Blalock, lwlzmlnvc 'Prott x Eula Faye lmligstlw-tli, Km-nneth S6011-X. ill"'d Mfvs Nu" Jn lv "El.l'b1f"lDl6Tl llr IL' F: 111 5Lx,lll5 lnlll,Xncll lll ,Mica-1 .1 u Conch+Mrs. Marlon dl- Paar. 1927 DECLAMATORY WINNERS Oratorical Names Placed Mildred LaFavre --- .... lst Manlove Trotter -- 2nd Owen Blalock -- ............. .... 3 rd Dramatic Mildred Myers .................. ,,,, 1 st Eula Faye Longstreth .......... Marjorie Jacobson Humorous Mary Jo McCall -- ........... -- Arnold Crippen -- Kenneth Seeley --- Vera Blair ..... -wal ls'-ll 9 2 7-M51 2nd --,-3rd ----1st 2nd ----3rd ----3rd .......1Z m.vI. HIG ..m-. ...... -......4I.5. f . 1 IHI E A, H-H, S., E C H Kp--Sig h E C H 0 S 'l' A F F Sugr, C. l.. Mc-Duwa-ll, fl'ISll'llk'f-012 Ruby Anws, IC'v:1 Iiutlvr, Gramm- lrhnslvud, V1-ru Ii':1i1', XYiIm:1 lJ'1'l4'XASflll, f'l'j'!il.Il.xV'il'fk', Myrtle Butler, Susan I,ru11gsl1n1'1'. .lzllm-s 'l'1'l'iL'.lll'I', .xllil Gxwn-slum-k, lluruld I-Iaxdlvy, Mildrvj Myvrs. .XVIIUIL1 t'1'ipp4-11, Wm. Kelly, D.nl-- Smih-y. THE WAY IT IS DONE -. if-F-35?-n QP 2 71- -if'-"-'-'L gp-- yn i ig . Q !S ?- P-..' , Q ll g? ?jff,-g i:g '51 ' if, illifgiffpif - YP: 1? ,f - ,-'13, ffx -gg -.1 g- Q- ' J "3 5-5 51 TA I W-1 -W Z . A' iff 5 ' x-rg-A .,.,-f. I wg . ,, . 154, A ,.,. J 'qi u A,7Q1.,.l.5454" , - Ph ,"':f 34: ' '?':l'i':a"-i n -" rf, ,ji 1: if'a74., ,1as:'f.f12,g . fig M' 4.5 fvrfi,-If J.J,!uQg :1'b lv. 5: , . 15,1 R-'wzj d'-'r2s1,x 4, ,.-,L -5, '- . I I 5.4 . P+ 1 -,gf f . Sf '-f4iW'.3"i-TEQ5 , if , ..: '55 -, An L i ga, . ..' 4: . . ww Q 3 f 1- .. ' Q -fig' ' , ' EM." 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' L a n -l 11? gud 'EOLDSHIPU I hav! till old ships sail lib Inns :whey lquadthsvtlllpvhtchmaatulodltyro, Itth Inaba up ohreargoad, dipping dup 153'iSGlfnlWulO1'.1ltl.C3l11l mat ttngsb1aokOnmsdI.lzs1sbot.ttng Mid! than iwtpsnnoukidrnolbf thahsnhovoftvlth lpn mdnoiqgm, Qulttng balm ohms or lJr1l.n wills. no Gannon ' lazgmathattll tim' td-104 Hood. nur, fruit and canon up-tho hold. minor Shiv-web tho! 00617 P'bil1fv0lihOw'lQ1l1WQ'lhOl'OilO0 t' lull alttnaid :ish the vim and 51:00 ' hi I hun noun, Dining ha' chapel: muon 'tres-the 1 hd up habla ax s neo-nqi 251. Lanny nhtpatocnoyot olbrdqg Nm, vandals breath inbila, manga I-mlm han-who links-'hi in that U3 Qldhecup fklklllg patoheiw MI 'WWW butt!! blup--I Fu lin, 'mu-henna can at ruin punt again snails ll tbl url nu huh doarovimn alms, ninth gnu nu abmtixrqlluhln let ill an Imduva.. 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Q X,:"j'6x?XXfI X, ffkx . 1 'fgliifff-Z yqxyqn ,, X i,":Q'iF '-" "iv --' I LXR lf,- I .f H 'fi I Y 1: A- fwJ:Hgufvff,f f ,f .xxx A 'lf X X?.f!AL'Niv ?Y..:7ux I I yji-!'7,,k Y I f Q g+ Mggyfgw ff LJ f gg 1 MMw' fewifi f'Q r Nm fenf NJN" ' . H j f-f.,4.w' X P 1 .' - dl ,I ,gh IL! .ALJ VV Q t 1 r Qrv- I M0 fx 'if-f '-,' " ,Rm .rf-i ' W 'jf Y,T. ' fs. ,fx NF 1: Aix: Xumwrwmy wFff4X xv! .., gx 4 0, .1 f'L wwf ??Ii3? --.1 ff!-?f- - Q qx,l ?L9Q.-H Q3 2 7-.ce3.E Immmgywu SEPT. 6, Monday. 5.00 A.. M. Ughl I hate to Q get 'Io so earl3f.A.n6. just thfzic D gf nine vrhole mcntlis of X' FX der w33.5.t that new teacher will i' Q XL .1 1 gf FXX xx be lme? X ggxxsg! ITL- N - , ' '.',,-:, Q 'frm so rad. Therefs ix"igfiEj:gjiKihjL 5 Johnny. Wonder where he's been XR UV"-1-52 kwin' all simmer? Let's see where'd. Kr:3lIi:fMEfgQ4q?L' , he say to go, room twoor three. fw::o-:iff Have to follow the rest of the fxwh-w.VQ,tilg1iri bmmhuakearmvttmmehwdv 4 st.:--! Wh-I 5--N-, ,QQ5 men green?" 5-..ypgeWl4 1wn+f3.!- y.., - - '...-! ?V"iW -1n..-.f' ,Dr 'gws-T Shir. Y, Tuesday. - ,Q f,,Yf,,,NlI A-i' """"""' ' " lux Xxx State Fair exhibitback. ' ' First prize for second and, third grade grawings. First for free hand cuttings, and first in Typearriting. Second place for entire exhibit. Wait till we get first place next yearl SEPT. 8, Wednesday. Nothing happened all day. Fanny for A. H. S. SEPT. 9, Thursday. Another dull day. Goodness whatever will become of us! SEPT. 10, Friday. . fp 2 fH . . . J .-L , - Three calm days. Sometning ,gust must 52' - r .Q K . happen. Canit keep a diary if nothing 1-fl'.,k, l--k,,Ligw1'.'K happens! -- ejfu+Q lmm',em1',1:l m1mmfl's...-H QD .m-f f3....'1I' H-H E Ao Ho So E Q H U-..,5,f Eao.."H" H-H E Ao H-Ho So IE Q H-H 0-.1-sjf F4... me 13, MOnd3,Yo fr - 1 21-2? Mr. McDowell a e , - students whether or not, they wanted an annual this yea ' ve:fg-- did. -fThis is itj Two typing if" tes fl ' en out.one to Myrtle Butler for writing 27 . ords -1' 'n :ff . - vb to Crystal Wick for writing 27 wo 's per inu : bron -- dal was awarded to Pearl Blair for wri words r minu I A sm.. 11+ i,,i" L t ' A, A If at 4 1. Q, -I.-"1 4.-ti, , Ai A ,D-tax,-K 'jg' If I 'fs ad? ' S. QS'g23QQ?fL ?tot2,e1ectef', ffice for N ' Yjiglj fir! -semes't'e'f '- iz, . C 2Qeg?gsjMap1 fn . vi 'TF 'identg ead, Eif i z 's iiej , as" rs . i , L' "' Lori' A Tre is-5 -1, if' t:.- .--V- .xr X. , fi gl .1- ' as f -- 12" -A 4 ' .f-Te' , Q", Y W If 'L-" Q' U I I s "'.-. if Q , 'V K -- b . . ,.4, V . All 033. " S met WI'-th MI' 1. .95t9r Q'-'3'7?T f LP if L, i . 2 . g1f.f5f'?14 . 513953, .L v V -si' V,:5 ua. , I is Q5-"gf: f'?i3iFf'T if -,V, A- ,zzllvl I' -VZ' , V H .6 :IQQwa..TraY ,gr br ks o e Head Li "jp,-,,1vffV14I fi . ' fi Q' gs ffangi 'th9m'f' ' V . :!'Q:g?1'.. A..:. ? :Riggs ' .0 7 g, T.gfN. hold- A 1' toni s Hiatt schoolhouse. o th 'UIl'iprsf1iiB'1fefs',, X N 'lla' rg sewhichsound- ed ' ' 't ' '1 'of dejyeloped a taste for i' .b of the senior c Q' ' ' and f 'The blood tests ha e be s 'to Io eul' 'I 5 ly 1 vw- 'Z 5' er initation th' 'V".,' mselves to be wide awake y tot two of their "f 5p,f5px ",, lfqgbicez Dale smiley, " eta d ude Blair, Vic ldred Myer A ' elect ' Pr S ent and Mildred er- aff Q - L l SEPT. 1 U A Q ' A Li'b01'a1'y'1'f ci y vr gud d. under the supervisno A' K: Mrs. Marion de Paar. The-if llow g officer were ele g Wm. -,pig Crippen, Treasurerg Xewis i e ?eWai, . , - . , A program is ai2.ngec1f, eve differeniggs in the Society. Five onor pcmbs are awarded to those belongingto the Literary Society. ' ' -..ajg EQa..-H Q3 2 7-.0a3fi-11335.- Longshore, Presidentg es Trfein' if, VicesEEident,Q-iii-IQFQQQ-da"4"kgga SEPT. ao, Mon. g Another Students C111 ' cted Harold HadJey,Ed1tor in- Chief and James Trei e , :tt ta er of the 19 o Looks like we were goin 2 st prize an he State Fair. ' SEPT. 21, Tue. Seniors call ,Q'g'6Qfcf1ds's',me'e,t-i S me I at looking s brought up the -Iesfiqnfof-l'choo,si s .r' so the nerrplrevil- A dent Ha F ' H - ,keylegpointfed as, Mil m ers,Arn,eld 02351713 and J fx rewililer. 'n3.' a.1riQ -e . A -- , ... i ' ' ' " ' rf ' -ch ., , I . f . D . Y V .. o fu: ot . .V -' L 'G - 1...- .'.. . , J, A,:,. , -V .J f, ,- -.tk--A l Q.: '41 . x - -.g. - . - . : A , , 5 .: 11: . I -15":-aft ,, - V -s - .. -W -- 1- - - 5. . 1 - v-1 V , :I , ff Q. ' ..'--Q.. , ',g'- .' Y- uk .1 1 J . -:UML '. N Ig'--.. , ' . - .' .f Y-3.7,-sl' - V -I - ..'., r-Q. - rl. .l -, . . -e - I - , , ' '-" ' "L ' 31-'Lt . '- ' if "f:'U"' ' '. ri- 1.1, - . ni . - A ' .1 ' ' ' ' ' c ..-- 0 1 ' r v Q' , . n"" -C. . , . , . - ..- fr , ,T L, .a-5 --4, 2 . - . , - , ,tv -n, ' . V A ' . 1 ,,.t 'P 5, ,j ":'g- -. A- . -we ,115 ' . ' . Eff " .,..' 5 ' I. . - V My-,-.d,u.. '. f, 1 new I ey, Preside N '- 612. Vi 'I 12.-Phi H KS- Yin Se fetafyi 43251 Joe mg A : . ware. 'Q .'t?5i?34!515i-tA2'15 .. 1' ' 3 ' .- -123'--A in , it ,:!:,. i . -tZ.,:. V--341.11 J L, I tl IM. NZA,.'K xv, :"'i....11'l1"f ' ' "ff . " . V --'jf"'A',-,'Hi" st' 'Q '- c.oNcmi'r'g my a0esn't'5..t21atstiinqfffii74 But weiiianl'-t tg thatfvrfay until Mr. Foster turneasiiafioose n "Wef.re Loy il to.-You-Afton High. -.- I 3: , L-xi ' D ' ' SEPT. gl-Er 11,153 1- ig . I I 'vtj 1:-:fx - P! fl An lfl enother A S C 'Meeting Ue're getting b e d. My o 6 ' 0 - Q I 9 a- club. AThi ' it was abfjiixx theflionor 'An Socififfif decfiilixd' 7617 t Mk ... .5- . ,gli .. ,v : VV ,'.. A.. .Q 0 any , Qexfftv, is .1 , X 1 I aff I if- a I- A"-. :Q 'V - I. , 7 SEPTQ 274. Fri. - in TQQX tu: f lil . Q , - - Clement Par s and J e -'Ili-eiirliiug' told gfegtill about their western trip. Ge 2 "t as iziteregs h' . All out the queerro s in the Garden of e he Cave o' thejl' ds, the Geyser gn buffalo in Yellow 'tone k. ' P -" l F X 5 . Then they spent sev ral weeks ini. lumber camp u i 1 :L-1fhe'X, white pine district i I 0. Nei. went through the if Qjbeat country in Washington d o np- " See tle, f 'I S f fy' K X 40 1- o- 34' They sai ths.t,1::p i .- ' couv, ', Canada, everybody ed. to the left inst d offthef ght en they meet someone. Boy, I wish I ,o d go west next summer. I did.n'ts1ippose we had anything so int eating in the United States. , A 4 Q3 2 7--Qejf Ef,J... Q.. HHHE Ik, HH, Ei HEQZEHQDMsqmmmiiiiiiiiiiaiiimaigw. SEPT. 27, Monday. County Fair Exhibit came back this morning with three blue ribbons attached. Aftongwon first .prize for the best groups of typewritten work, for the best groups of original cartoons by one pupil, and for the best collection of raffia or reed work. We won seventeen prizes altogether,making a total ofseven- teen dollars and fifty cents. SEPT. 28, Tuesday. ' Geek The Seniors were strutting around this week. Guess the idea just struck 'em that they should act the part of their prominent position. SEPT. 29, Wednesday. sky I'm terribly scared the Seniors will knock the out ofplace with their noses. Sort of high-hatting the lower classmen again today. SEPT. 30, Thursday. Some of the girls budded out in new fall ndudsn. Looks like a fashion show. ffmhkf five ffii:::4fUf,Nf-aj !f"-7 ,gig f'- 71" g gf' rs X 5! 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E213 f X 'K"a ' ' ' ' " -.57f.,fi'. eT1fQ7fi.w'v-gliilig ' .Q .-jp, 5 ' Y , . w ,f"..1-ng,"-ig-1,J-,lAEfj1,:!, U Q ., Qfkiqi- I . I .- K 3 A, K x .1 j . , I '1-iz-2 K 'X 1 ' L.V 1-5 2 - 51 ' X., 4- - 1 , x ...WL-Q: -...,. Qf E3a..-T H E Ao Ho Sa E C H CUQ-..,.if Je,- ocm. 1, Friday. O. B. Emerson told us all about the schools over in Eng- land, how each pupil carvedhis name on the desks until there was no more room so theyhad.to put up copper plates aroundthe room so that all the pupils could leave their names in the r00mo I'm glad I don't have to go to one of those musty Eng- lish schools. A I6 ' vf, lf! wil 'E V ,I II '!l",9M 95.5, " lf! f Q ' I I lf' xt 'Ju U1 ,f sg 15 Q 'ZF ,zIZ.kqKsI A f 'Ns ' ' Nw-R "jf, F' s ' -' f tl -5 'TRW'-if !fCN'4PL ff -, lv ,,,.N -Q-AL TNQ.- mm' :MQW J---F' 'I 'lfffii' 'Z' ! :ff .- 5 J ff- 1 .. cf' ' M6 Wfg '7 X, , V , fA" f Cfij 'f pf"AZM2L I NX? I his W K He said that when they came home from England they came the Northern route and had a njollyn time dodging icebergs. ocr. la, Monday. No school today, Teacher's Institute. 1740 school teachers attended and the Normal Training Students too. They all seem to like it. J. W. Searson of the University of Nebraska and Dr. J. Boraas of St. O1af's College were the speakers today. OCT. 5, Tuesday. No school again today, institute: C. A. Fullerton who succeded in making song-birds of the whole same reason. Two new instructors at of the Iowa State Teachers College ZOO and Dr. E.L. Ritter also from Iowa State Teachers College whodemonstrated.the use of flash cards in teaching silent reading. OCT. Wednesday. Vffnx Drs. .I . Boraas H-. ' A W f lj ' NX f X5 ., W ,' 5 . T . and J. W.Searson gave the High School a taste of the institute this morning. If we had bet the whole high school would have been there both days. tif N if IWC, ' , M known what it was like Monday, I'll T 'A WX 'VVUJ4 , 1 ocr. 7, Thursday. ., F1 Y Q ff Mer Lf wwi-Qs 1 f- -riff Everyone seems the institute, But enthusiasm acquired is quiet. Oct, 8,Fr i.-ZX iff"-'I Y-"X.,,.,---f'-f li to be safelyover inspite of the there,everything day, the same, -..,i.f E,.,-H gg 2 7-....g.E 1gd.- f 33a.-T H IE A, Ho So E Q H-H 6--o63f 3U6 OCT. ll, Monday, Mr. Foster suggested that we gather a lot of pretty leaves, pumpkins, corn shocks, bitter sweet, etc. Sounds as though some- thing rather interesting were going to happen. ocm. 12, Tuesday. Can't tell for sure whether this is A. H. S. or whether I blundered into a cornfield or something. It looks fine even if the Freshmen and Lola couldn't find any of the blue leaves that Mrs Foster ordered. The two Mildreds' and Vera and AIn0ld dec- orated the Mimeograph room with pumpkins and corn shocks: and even Mr. McDowells', office blossomed forth gaily with oakleaves,corn- awoke, bittersweet and Ippumpkins. ocm. 13, wednesday. Well, first thing this morning Mr. Foster askedif we wanted an Honor Row again this year. .almost everybody must have hopes of sitting there this year because they all wanted it. OCT. 174, Thursday. O Hum! exams again. Don't know whether I'll get to sit in the Honor Row or not. And I never will get that bookreport done. Guess I'1l sell some subscriptions for the Ladies Home Jeurnal or something tonight. That's a pretty good way to make some money. OCT. 15, Friday. More exams! Mr. Foster learned a lot of new things in his, Physics class. For instance: WA liquid is anything that runs." "A solid is anything together or in a boar." The boys had their first Basketball meeting tonight. The prospects look bright with all of last year's first team back again: Philip Kelly, James Treichler, Forwards: Harold Hadley, Leonard Porter, Guardsg and Clyde Killion, Center: There was a - lot of others present too. Afton had a fast team last year and we are hoping to devel- ope a much better team this season. The team won the consolation iU111'D-ememt at Arispe, but were unable to place in the sectional tournament held at Osceola. Watch Afton bid for the County tournament this year. -..,3f f3Q....H 9 2 7--..3jf ?Q4.... 51 .yjli fgf-W-'H' H-H E A, Ho Sa IE Q H-II OCT! 18, We made 23 'bucks in the magazine selling campaignitohelp pay for this? Mildred myers and Marjorie Parks on the Blue side won the individual honors. . Grace Olmstead received her Remington certificate today.She wrote 35 words per minute. Freshman boys are experimenting with their new '- drawing equipment today. x X v N X OCT6 199 Tuesday. , xg. subscription to the National Geographichlag- Editor O. T. were gave H. S. a year's ezine. He surely knows what reading mater- T 'X fb-x ial we like. ' T Igutt ""' K The Sophomores are writing the lo- X if cals for the Afton Star Enterprise, due ki 5 a Af! is to the absence of the Editor. ga Nt ,ff ,,: 1 ,. 3 ,Q ,L f K 'bi 1 . OCTQ 20, Wednesdiayo X X X 1. f A great relief! The report cards fi E i HX were given out, enclosed in QDTOWTI en- Q' i R . velopes. All cards nnlst 'oe back to- Tl 4 ' n if Qi day noons ' l it i f I es that they had to use extra seats in a' ' I N! So many of the kids had good grad-'55 1 f V fm 1 . 5' i gf. 1 A the honor row. I Iviui N ...,x It gif' we 4 fi iroa f a4. .gf X x ' ' ' , '-,: "mf, .ij fa' X, I i'A. 1 H . " XX 3113 1" Q kk k, b ll., X ....:f: 1 '.-.,,,,. X 3. 1 dec...-,023 v . X if X ' lx-1 Nigjiiqfmyygxy M , e -Q-:gi f-3.-11 9 2 7-eqgf lgah ..-njf hJL..'11" H E Ao Ho So E C If-H Q-..-yQf OCT. 21, Elhursdaye Mysteries ,gre abmmding amd. jghe .hpiers 'begin to tlake on weird Nlooke. Somethipgfg, to hepgent, I"m .sure ,, OCTQ 22, Y miss Avis Grave, Sffazte N61'maTTfa,1,ni'ngkI:hspeetor eeemeato '---XX like Afton pretty well., awning the Sherri time she was ww .thie .nominee .. . J K ' ' Weil we earned our first quarter holiday , today and everybody used. it to get efpruced 6 A up for the Junior Ho11o1ve'en party. ' A A U The party was e, great success, and it if -e was interesting to see the clevercostume ' 'Q that Billy Kelly won first prize with. .X V Wg, 'W His lmees were bgre 'neverything and " X :ff peaks of paint and powder. 42 H ' if , , - - -- web"-mwxff ' M , o ,Q , l f Gimmrvl, They mgde us 1naz'eh,a11 thru -f g 51+ Hades and before the Judges, makingus 55 r jg feel uae fem. no harm done tlgol D. -5? ' 1'- L I , V fi 'g We finally get home after e. siege ga I gy ' of pzm6'h and devils-Food calif- 5' l I+ 1, f 1 1 h held and who will put ft on! If 'e Q 113' , it-is as 5006- B-S fha last 0110 V0 55 117 ' , will All be there! , -1:v.,- -' .ra--my . ,f - , h " 'Q' N4 3 f .- , - Q A N 1 1' X fi I JY5' mu: W. e . - w P sl 5 er-,Br-o ' ' ff "4- A- r- ,. m e 14 K. 'V4' A, . f F1-Nwi ar- J . , Q e 'if W, 5 o, J X r xr l x - f' -wgf fgq..-H 9 2 7-.if fyh ?, OCT. 25, Monday. Gosh! You can't open your mouth today, but what somebody hollers, " Give me your tag" or "You'said sure" or, 'Have got" or "Have sawn. This is once the bashful folks can shine. Mr. Foster got no pages ahead of the seniors in hisPhysics tnday, but they recited so nearly as .usual that he didn't learn his mastalce for twenty minutes. Three class meetings tonight Freshmen,Sophomore a.ndJuniors and there will be three new 'sets of office1 holders. ocm. 26, Tuesday. Another day has dawned, and still the fight goes on. Enid Goltry, Fred Searl, Gladys Blalock, Kenneth seeley,Pa.ulirBWel- ch, Ruby Stewart, Ross Steak, 'Virginia Gripp and Maxine Early have won red tags, which mean ten corrections each. OCTQ 27, wednasdabro Tags didnit change plce woften today. Either we're all learning to use better English or perhaps the "reformers" are growing wearye A new mimeograph has arrived. ,It has an automatic paper feed. ocr, 25, Thursday. The boys have been shooting baskets and getting ready for their first game with the Alumni Dec. lOth, - oem. 29, Friday. "Stick to school, stick to your courage and stick to your high ideals", said Professor Ganaway of Grinnell College this morning. Second issue of the Beacon, in Hallowelen colors, came out today in honor of Better English Week. Ross Steck won the Better English Contest by correcting 5U miStL'Jlt:eSQ Q The Literary Society and Mrs. de Paar went pinnicing this evening. Literary people seem to be proficient in using their mouths in more than one way. -..,.iif f34...-I1 9 2 7--..9jf 1.3.... . fic-Q--T H E Ao H., S.. E C H 0---uejf Be- 1191-11' 111 IE A1 111. S. IE Q IHI 111--9.11 I. 1'-xx H ' rf 4. K V ,fum ,M 1 , QYXWQQ. 1' 4 fl , ill' 'vfn ' I-LL QW! Xsu1H wx- 'f'11.,.x Ku- '59 I. ,KI 4.1" , . - m,q .1 ,.,n, ,W , .z.. -. .. 1 I 'L-ETX 1 ,-VV 1+ EXN 1.1 swf -1..1 l-.14-J Qi' , -if-I1 - , -Q l ien-H 9 2 Ej4..-'H'HE A, Hg S, IEQH-110--,gf NOV. 1, Monday. P. T. A. met tonight, Supt. Delfolfe of Creston gave a. bene- ficial talk on, "Why Every Superintendent should want a. P. T. A. in the school system. There was a. splendid program, too. NOV. 2, Tuesday. Tickl Took! Tick! Took! The new electric clock was ins- talled today. It was donated to Afton High School by Roper Bros. Jewelry of Creston. Many thanks Elmo. I keep look- ing e, that clock. It certainly is a. 7 ,152 goo f poking one, I'm not the only X-7 one 'Ko stares at it t1'1O'U.g1s K fl' :ha A. Q," A-q. Nov.3 wednesday. . ,sis ' ' A ---:24 501113 of th 'ff fl rule. Training Students. M5-ldfe K f" 1 ',,,.1 M-.Vera and Clan' a1ne,1eft for tn f "Y state Teachers convention it Wi-fs f l ijfifsljx-es Mo ines. in 211 Overland- Hoge X f' .0 Sir -22' X - CDC: l'---'. 1.' , We heardtlilgt ,C X -.RI I-ijgff'ffLthey I-an 1 I 0 3, ditch and ramo s f I yy' e it thajiix Vera. and Mildred roXde'X"'f' "' X' 'if ', 2-Q' i1 A ck to Lorimor frqmf I xExQ QE,,,e.,e':?ESf'i:hence took the afternoon - -1 Allljlfw rein. W Ive no vel-ificatio f MQ, 'lf Wgyyfj the stateme now- ever. if "1 ' GMX Nova ug Sd-ay! S 9.31 PU-Pi1S we Xxgiven H o Als today, A larger-"number, of kids are expanding the-1 -sehe , 1 oing in new a Vsilve or gold 7jA"f Nov. 5, Friday. - y The teachers have followed in the footsteps of thsI'.T.girls and left for Des Moines. No lessons until Monday. Our last years' Echo was on display in two differentbooths at the State Teachers Meeting. The L. C. Smith typewritersales- nan used it to demonstrate the stencil work that couldbe done with an L. C. Smith typewriter. -,,,,Ei l,3,,,,..H 9 2 7-...s3Q l734..- '3 2 -pgf fgs-.-'II' IHI E A, IHIQ S, IE C IHI 0-Q-yQff NOV. 8, Mo1:d.9:,'. This is Na.tiona.1 Education Week, Wonder if the teachers exa- pect to give us a years' ecmcation in one week? She assigmnents surely look like it. V ' , s lg 1- - 1 -- NOV: 9, Tuesday. , , . Eveigfbody is walking straight, with shoulders up preparing for the Armistice Day Parade. ' vii? K4 Nov., Hi'- , 1,'g'!aH1zu? f ' '. A , ii if 1 i - . , - . u1 gg " j,', f g 5.W1 eco in nonor of tize unznovm dead.. Un th0 S ' e q- if ,Ae 5 gmn lying in a 7:-Jilg of 135,738.39- side .1 l: 5:.,5Y5x:ixgSze x : - 1 if N : auan of th L gg, u.n.kzw:ng soldier. The gun 1 .. '-" ."" lon ee t 1 ' mf-4 1 VA 'PAI 9 is .iii .,,ki41'-.za ' S' , I' Q : 'VI A"-. I "f1"i1"f'3, if 5 i- ' i Novo 1 5 ,rf W , my A P .,4 x -T. A W -V in . R v A oke to us 1 , -. fm g xv .e out the World. A en hai, 'Z - 'over - 42" 1 : QE in- . 1 .H , . " ' " :gs4z 'Q.1: .: . - I ,'- ...4- ..+ x tereg .rl gnd 1. 4- i -I I A, ,, .M ,. U38 i pen d . e to X ,A., xx.: ,b., . 1 E, t McDmve1 ,,, w s .. ,M ali k s ac... Lui. lb N r 'lit l -.' . i, rfll- 5 '1 5 v CBP-941 . 1 . .:-4 when 11 . '. '-.4 . ' s ' " H 'H fi ded usp the st ,N -.af -m g a ,,,. agile jedi big' s col songs 1: gave every one a. good vie f ' -44,2 ,4 -F ,Z . , and 1- is ontents. 1 r 3 - ,,,- 1 " HW. 2 Friday. 'fbi me Literary Society Armistice Day Program was given today. It was a .patriotic program and van' instructive. Since this is Natiorml- Education Weekm are tryingto better everythiug we do., There seems to be quite an improvement in the studies as well as extra ectivitie g' 'i 9 2 7--Qsfjf l-34..- .i -l- NOV. 15, Monday. They Know NOV . -ef yzeewr H E A. no s. E c H o-we Afton BusinessGlu'b tested in arithmetic at meeting todayel proved to the people of Afton their ability inniathematics. more than we do in addition, it seems. 16, Tuesday. The High School Orchestra met tonight for theirweekly re- hearsal, and also elected the following officers:Her'oert Craig, President: Anna Hadley, Business Mgrs Philip Kelly, Sec. and Treasurer . The Presbyterian Ladies Aid Arithmetic' teet was .e great success. It shows they havenft forgotten all they learned school anyway, NOV. 17, Wednesday. Prof. J. B. Paul, of Irma State Teachers College, Cedar, Falls, talked to the assembly this morning., He gave us some very interesting information and instructions. W Q He also gave Arithmetic and Reading tests to the grade - pupils, at 'both buildings. The Normal Training pupils ccrrect- ed the papers for the experience. These tests are in - con- nection with plan sponsored 'oy the Union Co. Supt. and Rin- cipal' s Club. NOV. 18, Thursday. Everyone seems to have recovered from the tests that were given the two preceding days. I believe everyone is wiser for the interest they have shown in this work. NOV. 19, Friday. Rev. Howard -spoke to the assembly this morning. The pupils listened very attentively. 'A higher aim-mora1ly,spiritual1y , and edecationally, in work , in play and in life at large' ,washis theme. To reach this goal each must have energy, both mental and physical, and an individuality , which dares to be different. 'E' rf g MIN 1 Ni .... N --B-:gf Ee.-H 9 2 71-qqf fgew 54----3+ iQ4..-T H-H IE A, II-Ho So IE Q H 0--Npgf NOV. 22, Monday. Dame Fashion played a trick on the Seniors. The ancient cus- tom of extending the little finger was reinstated by these honor- able upper classmen. Like grape-nuts--there's a reason. Their class rings arrived today. The Parent-Teachers Association had a convention in Creston today. The faculty said there were some very beneficial talks. NOV. 23, Tuesday. A few swollen eyes appeared this morning. Methinks a minor- ity strained their eyes to see the good looking rings the Seniors are flashing. NOV. 214, Wednesday. Rev. Ploetz, of the First Presbyterian church,tali:ed to the, assembly this mornirg. Enjoyed by all. Ionian Society met on Wednesday, because on Friday is vaca- tion time. They had an unusual program, , I ,- NOV. 25, Thursday. H ' ' X , X 'i'11rl:ey'De,jr. No school. Ate so much lf! 1, ., 1 N dinner I can hardly stoop to lace IIW'ShOGS.,,.f, ,, X p Have Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to re-X X f, TT N X cuperate, though, for which I, can be 1 ppbw H , p thankful. 4 -3 3 +I-1 Nov 26 Friday O ff 1' fir . Q g ' 0 ,I - , 1 f, . 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L I A V 4 T- L' l IJ. If ., :JR z. 'A E-if .-.q'V,. , '75 '...-'fllifj "'. f -- ff 'ff--1 '2':44:"Hf-1 F -.,.,sf Q.Q,.jI QD '7--o.q'jf 1,g+.lm'-AL-Aida 1 .w-- A 1 L ....,..1' -v ,T T, ,K , ,, 1 . ' ' Y ... -4 f f" V w J . . ,.-,',w ' L,K"L . - - v ' -Y,,, 3 -1 ' hx!YNl 'U' IW lr?- ' I X , 1 ' X' ,nl V ,W 1 I I ' ' 1 5 f 1 'bill' O .S. 'X If "' M'1" '., A- C' L", , A x A, ,ffl'1.-fx! .K 1 "f'l'u"' x L Qlx 'Q ,4.l',,'a M 4 gh -I ,, invvl S lllxl ' . nh LJ -"1 . I,', , A ,Nr UI' W, 1lQ 'U Cha, 4, bl., 1 .. v . . Hn ,, WH-". f A ll 146 'X VA gg-. Q Ytgvf' "-'lv ' , .-7 1 rf ..,,ig VX I V .-, f , K 1 L A , i n 1.1 I V 1 f n X, . I I L7 I ij U -Q Q 7, Q 'iff .- 1 ,-,-,,, -,4,, -I e - 'ff DEC . 1, Wednesday. Sang the first twenty minutes this morning. Afton Hi surely has the old pepper. DEC. 2, Thursday. Afton divided honors in the dual Shorthand and Typing contest with Creston. Eva Butler, Liyrtle Butler and Joe McGrath in the typing class won theizgpert of the contest. While GraceO1mstead.. Harold Hadley and Ruby Ames, in Shorthand, had the right spiritand enthusiasm but they, wgge unable to pass the Creston artists.: " U The High School defeated ithe Alumni ll-7, in the first ZB.B. game of the season. The seconds played Kent and kept up thehonor of the school by winning 19 to 8. msc. 3, Friday. Bryson Kellyg, champion of the swat, introduced the future members of the ibnws iggflizo, the Society this afternoon. Ctrl Otis as master of ceremonies and each prospective member call his im- aginary hogs. DEC. 6, Monday. Big crowd at the P. T. A. meeting tonight. Close to 275pep- ple present. DEC . 7, Tuesday. Mr. Williams of the Capitol City Comercial College, of Des Moines, talked to the Assembly this morning. DEC. 8, Wednesday. The equipment from the Savings Bank ' was purchased to be used. in the Comercial Department. Probably well install a real school savings department. DEC. 9, 'Im-ursd-aye Vera. Blair, Manlove Trotter, Mildred, Myers andlawrencewsrs were elected as cheer leaders this morning, at a students club , meeting and pep rglly. DEC. 10, Friday. The Burple and White CONTINUED LUCKY in Basketball by de- feating Shannon 30 to ll! and Kent 25 to 12 this evening. -.if 134..-11 Q 2 7-Msfgf lgq..- fg4..-'H' H-II IE A, II-Ho S, E Q IHI 0--1--:jf -'ff me Q 13, Monday. lg....'11'If-1115 A. H, So EQIHlQ....,gf Only 12 more days until Christmasdhe Spirit is in the air. Teachers met tonight. DEC. 13-L, Tuesday. I Business as usual. Almost had a perfect day. DEG. 15, Wednesday. Sang this morning, Teacher said. we "done" better. DEC. 16, Thursday. QBIDS We are all set fornthe bi:gfwith.,Creston tomorrow night, 7 f Le DEC. 17, Friday. C! fl Took On our X' Ab."," neighbors in Basket ball game. 7 Lf ,N 'W X-igcreston seemed quite surprised .- ,hm Xwj, lu, -'jyfas the Afton , boys slippedup lg U X y ,gf gif on them andal most tookthe gzf-A-.T-.gQ-,A.BQ,', rf first games s their ovm.'1'he 5 1Qf,fj' final Score , was 19 to 20, v?d-:jH,...,,v.i- x 1'-Q ,,,,.-7 .. tax f- f f ff 3 U - I V: ,. W . ,v J" hi., Q 3 I .f .-3 . , X . I , , - . . w fx --'rtv-vunt I If X ,J,.b, ,. y 1. IX X 191 a f 1 K' 5 L , f ' I,-uf lr., i 5. I ff ' ,vw - 1 t K. if 1 4.-1 .- .,, , 5 f -1' ' ,. .5 CX T - ' ' ffil--235 'N' :if 'Al 1' X. ' J 1 1 s.fgf,"f1f-.,. .q.'v5f-.f.- . .' . ,M ' km.. f"w" i 4':"'1.5i:3 -'-' ' YL! , I3 3 ' . XX ,4i1'.lff'ji1f'V1:l 1.- 'N 'au' - 1 5 y 2 e ,f 5., "N t,--' ' " .1 . .gQ:.j,.qw -. , 1 K J " 'V' '77, time lf". Yr 'K Q 44, ysgif ff..-N 1 iff .testi XL ft P. L W .- , W9 s 5 N1 'Lg:fi.1.XfU.' I .'.' Y."'5fRg'i.f'J" 53.11 'I Q ,ful vi . 'f-322 f 'Q 'fax E .if . "' 5 ' -.. . '- . Q, A,'. Q51 4 .1 4-. 1 sw .115 .1 h '1 ' 1 1 rseuus ' ' '- ' ' - L ,vgxmwwv ' ' " ' i2:'21,:..e-A. - r N -'K x ' , - :- '3-7:-N 7.353-11,4-5' 2. ,. . .. , nfql .Q L Q., L, xy., Q 3 0 in 1 H D I ' '., . f" :. ,'w.jZD-wg. ,. '. v-'I 'A '- - ' ..-1. -- -- sux.: - q - nm.. . I. . A' R . . , H , '5E..,:'fz1.'- jx I-K ' K '. - .5941 U 1.1.- - .V'. , , , , V f ' I ...,.,gf l3,.H 9 2 7-..,..g4 Fy..- 1g4.....'11" If-H E Au H-Ho Sc E Q H-H Umsgf mc . ao, Monday. Very, very quiet. DEC. 21, Tuesday. - ' A. H. S3 presented the'Higu School operette 'The Bell of Barcelona", to s, large and ap- preciative a.u.dience.The hardwokk and self denial of Mrs.Foster and the students in the operette. was the reason of the great success. K ' OH! you Spanish maidens and 'bull fi? ters. IX . Mildred La.Favre the accompanist on thefjbiano levoted much of her time to help make the success of theffloperet a.. Music was furnished by the High Schociii orche is ra.. Mrs. Foster spent much time drilling the peoplef or thel operetta and instructing those in the orchestra.. 3 3, 'I DEC. 22, Wednesday. j f Sophomores are getting ready for the r parity. nmc. 23, Thursday. H ! f The H191 School was entertained royalalyj 'bf the Sophomoresin the Gym. this afternoon. games, marched by the victrola. and had jokesf of all kinds played. on us by the Sophomores. 1' ,'Afte?- the entertainment the presents were distrjbntedfry Santa Clause from the Christmas tree. The E y treated the High School with candy, in vef' ntce Christmas boxes. fff If School closed today for Ghristmas ll o- i t-V vacation. All of the Faculty left , for home yesterday. No mor Z IH ' until January third. f EI v Q3 0f Am ZFV E . :"5. f":'5?:9 --Q-sgf ?g4.....11 9 2 7---1-sgf kjc-.- 1 kwTmE,xfLSoEcH0 K , tl X- sl 4 5 II D QW .eo-'QQZ7 XU K , J QQ LN f f-f-fr1 f, X 'N ,- L M,,4,,JfMH9L7M1, M-M , - 4 mmmmlieo--I IHI IE A. IHI. S. IE C IHI lrxxgigis lx ' '7 Jin. 5, Ivlornay. :M Vacation is over. Everybody is back. Look happy and ready to begin '.'4 ff the daily routine of classes. Sev- 'Z v-' S' eral of the girls are wearing rocks. ! Freshmen have a new classmate - Mar- H Lgy! ion Mbffitt of Millerton, Iowa. I JAN. 4, Tuesday. I X M'Ql'gaf . -4-J..X.'3,ij. ',:' The new year is bringing visi- f 5921525 Q tors as well as new ideas. County A, ' 4 4, , Supt. Ella M. Day, visited school to- fjfw X WQQEC' day- , gif J 1 Normal Trainers working ondsc- EXX Q15 A g orations again. Oh my! sr I -X, J ' 5 Q Semester exams next week.??? s-- 1 Wonder if Physics will be easy? S , JAN. 5, wednesday. e X el I Seniors working hard on Physics EJ posters. Good thing they count on I! I the semester grade. E JAN. 6, imrsaay. QQQQZT '1' Twenty-six aspirants scramble , and fight for declamatory pieces in- night- Can it be possible there are that many oaators here for us to listen to. Mildred Myers, Mildred LaFavre, Mary Jo McCall, Arnold Crippen, among the would-be contenders. JAN. 7, Friday. Pep seems to be lacldng today - - - Semester examina- tion schedule occupies prominent place on bulletin board. No Basket Ball game for a change. Boys getting ready for the big game with Cromwell next week. Ionian Literary Society held their New Years' Meeting tonight. 'Twas very interesting. Funny in spots. Grace Olmstead read an original poem. what wasn't the funnyprt though., Q2 2 HE A., H. S. 1 J l 11 JAN. 10, Monday. Everyone is working hard and is excited over theHome Declamatory Con- ' test, which will be held in the near f future. Mrs. Nhrion dePaaris helping x 1: select the readings. ,. J f- Twenty-five definitely decided to speakg ten more thinking seriously of plunging. I f jp. , Q i Dlikfjfvl ' Yes, our ban.: has opened, altho- I ft 3 cf ugh there isn't any money in it yet, IL , there ia e. great interest around. :':' X f This banking department is one 1 of the new subjects offered for the u X2 - , 'X last semester. gl26?.x" J X1 JAN. 12, wednesday. v 1 54 X15 ' We are now at the end of a half , I year. Reach' to take over semesterex- K Q aminations today. ff A great interest has been taken 1 ' in e. "IBasket:y Class". Several out- 4 x siders are taking this course. There ' A will be 'no charges, 'except .the cost .it of material used. JAN. 13, Thursday. Exams are still going on. Almost over, No lives reported lost yet. CU JAN. 114, niasgf. 1 Tonight .Afton meetefdromerell here on the Basket Ball Court. A. hard game anticipated, ,judging from the fine shaving Cronwell has made in the past. . We won., 15 to 194. Pretty good at that. It was a. fast and close game. It is said to be one of the best games ever wit - nessed on the home eonzxrtf The eyes of Kelly, Killion , and Treichler and the close guarding by Porter and Hadley broughtvs another victory, QQ 2 7-..gQf l3gw JH" H-H 1E Ao H-Hn Sc E Q H-H U--.si lk JAN. 11, Monday. Three long six weeks have elapsed and the second semester is at hand. Everyone is anxious to take up their new subject. Just think! Only three more sir-week periods of schoo1.'I!nere has been some new courses offered this semester, including Banking Journalism and Basketry. JAN. 18, Tuesday. The T. N. T. Club met at the High schoolbuilding for their regular meeting. They discussed many interesting things and Mrs de Paar also talked to them a. while. JA-No 19, lednesdw. Normal Training examinations began today under the super- vision of Miss Mae Briggs. Nineteen pupils took them. JAN. 20, Thursday. Another day of hard. work on exams. Everyone seems to be, busy. Some arithmetic tests were made and applied to the gradepup- ils from the third to the eighth inclusive. Juniors and Seniors benefit by the practice teaching involved in giving these tests. if the pupils don't. JAN. 21, Friday. J ,oe Still one more days' toil , its Amr on the exams. and we are through f ' x X ' ,luvvf 3 1 I I i49".-A-1 M-1' for a while. 5 I I Q : x,'1'Qf-iiitlw 3 ,Q i u Today the bank opened with 1- , f- I L44 ' ' 4 H twenty-one depositors making a if QL, .13 H Z total of ss.6o.. vice-Pres-ment N 'PZ A f hm. l Emerson and Orville Linquist of l . ,P v 5 1 D' I - the bitizens Bank were here to fi? L' 11 1 th bu 1 f the All bins start e s ness o 1--'---'H I-5""'-T':""'-"f"b V The deposits are taken in A6OC'7?57?'D0'X here and sent to the Bank and l.. ' 3,67 , vp each account is entered on the J 'J books of the Citizens Bank. -- eng .muzzmsvrr1.z11Imm7111r:Lnr.n1::1Fao--H 9 2 7--we'Qg mm?Z9y- 15......T H-II E A, Ha S, IE Q H-II Uwsgjf JAN. 23-I-, Monday. Everyone rushed up town this noon to register their guess on the Basket Ball game with Lenox here Friday evening..The Brown Clothing Company are giving away a 310.00 sweater to the one who guesses the nearest to the 80033. Gee! I'd like to have that sieater. The sixth grade are tal-:ing a lively interest in a reading circle carried on under the auspices of the State organization, which was organized last September, for the purpose of bringing better books into the hands of Iowais boys and girls. and Miss Charlotte spencer won a dollar for being the first Afton pupil, to read four out of the required number of books, awarded by Supt. McDowell. JAN. 25, Tuesday. Seventeen pmpils are now sitting in the Honor Ro:vYThe s question in the pupils mind who sit there is, "Will I getto stay' CGlad I donft have to worryl. Would be kinda' nice though. Last semester one hundred and fifteen pupils had perfect records for punctuality and attendance. JAN. 26, Wednesday. The old mimeographing room is being converted into a rest- rcom. I hope I get sick soon, would like to try out the equip- ment. The Junior High Pupils have taken up two new coursesprhich include Domestic Science and Manual Training. JAN. 27, Thursday. Some students, unlike Solomon, seem to think that sleep is the only way to escape school. It is rumored that a few boys were sleeping in the assembly this P. M. JAN. 28, Friday. The Basket Ball game tonight with Lenox was a roaring suc- cess. The pep was exceptionally good, andthe game was won in the last three minutes by shepherd scoring a field goal. Mary Jo McCall won the sweater, We did'nt know she was so good at guessing. Maybe I'1l let her do my guessing from now Ono Q3 2 7-.,ajl E...,- E9,,,rH1 H IE A II-II. So E G H U -wg f"f.!Q54s,:,' G7 J x 'EMA gp .-,J xvfx . I .JU ww A L A tlil "jx fir M 5 f' Shy T F55 5 :- , afgqgsgf Q1 if M gs TA,A::ii V',' J, tx . i sy, zhnx -4 5 , ,,1,..,,' .wiv .,,. ,Tir ' ,ff ,I -XTR . - --,,,3v ,, fa! 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The winners were: Ora.to1'ica.Ii., Mildred LaE'e.1.f're, first: Manlove Trotter, second: and Owen Blalock, thiid. Qurfamaticr Mildred Myer!-S. firstg Eula. Faye Longstreth,second and Ne:'jorj.e Jacobson, third. Miss Melba Carpenter, of Osceola judged the contest andwill also judge the humorous contest Friday night. FEB. 2, Wednesday. H Mildred LaFa.v12e and giliflred Myers are still practicing on their selections whidh will be given at Arispe, February 10th. We hope to see some more. firsts come marching home from there. FEB. 3, Thursday. Fire drills were held this morning. It came as e. surprise, to the pupils, but they all mgrched out without much confusion in the lines. By a score of 15 to 9, Aftons' first team won the victory over Cromwe1l's first team tonight. They met with strongand fest opposition. The second team won an easy victory over Cromwell's seconds. FEB. lt, Friday. A - Hn, he, ha, he., humorous declematory contest was held to- night. The winners-were: "'!'I1'st, 'Ma,1'y'1'o'lMUCg3,'1'g"'- Second Arnold Crippeng and Vera Blair and Kenneth Seeley tied for third place. New officers were elected for A.'S.G. and for each class they are as follows: A. S. G., Harold Hadley Pres. Floyd Larkins, Vice Pres., Mildred. La Favre, Sec., and Trum.9,n Long Tres. while Alvin Porter was elected Asst. Treasure. Senior Class - - Susan Longshore, Pres., Eva Butler, V. Pres., Ruby Johnson, Sec. Ruby Ames, Treasurer. Junior Class---Lawrence Myers, Pres., Wilhrd Wick, V, Pres., llorvnl. Lehman, Sec., Willie .S1'l61J1lSl'd,, Treasurer' Sophomore Clnss-- Jo Johnston, Pres., Clarence Porter, V. Pres.-P, Adnline Gunn, Sec., Hazel Wilson, Treasurer. Freshman Class: -- George Groesbeok, Pres., Enid Goltry, V. Pres, Eulc. Faye Longs- treth, Sec. The first period was devoted to an impromptu program this morning, which was very good. Afton High School cortninlyhns the talent to make up a. program in just a few minutes. -..sgf l3....11 9 2 7-..ff fy.- fj4..-T H IE A, H-Ho So IE C IHI FEB. 7, Monday. An octetto of young lad ies of' the Creston Junior College , sang several selections at the Fo FK, 1, me-t1sz.'j L'.:11go't 6 The Dramatic Club also from the Junior 0oTf.?oef,e, 1p.,'fse'.M.e,.d the ylagg "Squaring It With The Bose." They were all 'WFJTLL given.. FEB. 8, Tuesday s Bill moved 300 chairs and desks Cmore or less! P. T. A. is a lot of nuisance the morning after. FEB. 9, Wednesday. The number of depositors seem to be growing larger every week. There were twenty seven deposited today. rss. 10, mmursasy. Back Again! The dcclamtory team came home tonight after Sub. County Declazmatory Contest at Arispe with first place in the Dramatic class, Mildred Myers the winner. Mildred 1Zt.'.Favre, spoke in Oratorical and lhry Jo McCall in Humorous. ms. 11, Friday. A Lincoln Essay Contest report this morning. The winners were: Mary Jo McCall, first, Pauline Young, second., a.ndSi.dney Long, third. Pauline and Sidney read theirs before the assemi- bly. Mary Jo was absent,- ill. The first and second Basket Ball teams went to Osceoleto- night. They took the small end of the score, which was 37-5 . Philip Kelly and J immie Treichler were both unfortunate enough to get hurt. Phil had to have the sid of crutches, but Jim just sprained his ankle, The seconds lost 11 to 6. me 12. Philip Kelly and James Treichler were unable to play in the Creston game tonight. The team played a hard game losing 18 to 174. Hadley captainod and starred. Seconds tied Creston Reserves after overtime period. This is the second time Afton has played Creston this year and both times were unable to score a vicotry. 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' Valentines today. Mr. Ingham also received 'Q fq,6f,.'- 1 6 A one. He dosen't know whether to take it as a. f s I q .. I - Joke ,r e. slam. .. 'a A ..f K 2 uk' , o is ' ' 1 J' K 3' 4 ,Nz 9- A55 - me 15 me 3 'Zio 0 , 1 0 5 sms b fx ff Y ' 'T L l M LEOQQ, . . SAO-gxff 5 ' Girls Pep Club entertalned tne Basket E mi, fb 4 5 Ball boys md tlge Facultgf tea Esmquelttonight. I 1 ,J-5, V The dinner was served in the Cfmnercial room 1 Q3 sua s fine program fouowea. A little pamplez Q ,ff Q24 . . 1 'sw Q3-a Q55 1 3 was fnade mth the menu, program, and the names fggeagm E Q, of tne Beslget Ball Squm-1.on it.It was decorated -Y, "1-. , I . ' 9 ' , - - ' I it 5- wlth na Valentine picture on the rront, and 1S X 1 Q 0 f- . 0- -A - 'E :.- A n . f a clever p1ece of work on the girls part. , eggipg 9595, e -Q P 5 FEB. lo, Wednesday. ' ' 4 Q P3 .sizagezazgfif a 'X W A 'X WU., .. ,AV V- A, ffggg-N5 ,, The Basket Ball Boys sein alive, t ' ANM l . 1 x 1 - Q " ' 1:NQ1:IfIi. AR 1 LPNQQCA, Q FEB. 17, Thursday. ' h . x Q-Q 9E R A -A ' A 'br Q 5 ' ' 57. f C3 QTJQQ , Q Mildred Myers won second place at the 5 hs :ESQ County contest at Creston tonight. Meets the ff: ,Q , Sa-me Person at Four School Contest next Fri. Q SFTQQ Af? Q Q ,, sz' shannon city. Csee Jeb. 25.7 . - .L 2 ,fTSfj74y'g,' 2 H ' K fel-zy11.ffs: 2 f 0 FEB. 13, Frid,-lgf, ' t ifigf ,ms t t r XT . n e e . f 'HJ X Nfifl ' fv H ' ' ' 1' QI! ff 'D gag! 6 beat. Alton 9 -- Arispe S. Seconds S 23 ffm? Q93 J Les l Colon auplm.-e. . . f .Q Q? - " W' fl-w: f--'iv'--- Aff: A 9 L". : g LA44 2 :ref--W' A. Nfl . 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'.'-.'.'f4,"x,'.-Q -,--:ff 1" A ' ,-'1",,11-1' X' 'if ' - " -. , J S- --' - T N l 'img X' ' -'1ooif5iEQ5?Rp12-M:,Q w..-N-?"'J-'3ff9-sefsdiff f? " "--' e'-- -'117-L4-f?f1 "0---"--'54'l1I'L-fc?X21-Qt'1+.'4qI-:Tj'i?'1.rx,11ggR,gjQirCAfi,:4::GC-ff ....,gf 134..-H Q9 2 7-.4-gf lge.. ly..-'H' H IE A, H, S, IE Q IHI CID..-.gi f-3.-Q FEB. 21, Monday. W it Everyone feels fine toda,v.EI!he first team won the Basket Ballgame Q from Arispe Friday night.lTow tha.t'a L. 'N ' quite e. feat out of the ordinary. I xl Oh! Shucks - Reviews. ! FEB. 22, Tuesday. 1 1 ---I si Review! Review! Yes, Ifll 51 X bet everyone gets an "A" in every one of their examinations. W W FEB. 23, Wednesday. ' More Review! Pupils are ! working to get into the Honor Row 1 next six weeks. L-L ' - x FEB. ale, Thursday. ' 4f -x ---- - 'W Six weeks exams today. Say that civics wasn't half bad. I wonder what physics, English, Algebra., Goemetry, and some of those other studies will be like. FEB. 2 Fri . 59 583 ff-xqxxx Mildred Myers came home anotheffirst place tonight fran Shannon, from the Four--school Declematory contest. Wemre all sure she ,would win, but were glad to-,hear that Mildred LaFavre, got second. in Oretoricel and Arnold Cfippen got a, vote for first in Humorous. -R 'VA' ,-- "' 'xx The Basket Ball boys beatd-orimor in the County Tonrnaznem: at Aris-po tonight, but were ungb- to score a. victory over the fast Cromwell team. Cromwell-"' ook the tournement, Shannon gained second. place, ff' X 1 i Six weeks exams progressing very nicely. g They seem to be holding their I , if we aren' t. X .I I ,x Q W Q, fgbywyf QD 2 7--.sjf 1Q+..- 2 -ig E295--T H E Ao Ho So IE C H X X '1 , 1 1 .,f' ,ASC 292111:-2 1 X is ming' ", . 1: ,. .. Wc,9.x. .-.xy ,, 34 xv , x.1 ' 74322751 ' SC 5 A 13' 2' Y? :c x' vii x zcxucii' x gg 13514 xx:-E,,z?"' Xa' 'c' " .4 gf-cg: 'I ifI3,c?x:c"Q'!l.4gr arm 2 . . Wg ififseggiiefsfmzi ' . Xffiffilfqhr . 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Xt f' 'ijtqewfq 1 . x r sift tl: Q Much excitementover re- ' Q xii: ' iftfkggiipf port cards. Honor seats are Ii . IF 5 21553 being assigned after a lot N Sim 4-F? wigxiq of deliberation on Lir.Fosta's 'z 4333 gl lung ffK5:,Par'G. It must be a ,job to ww A gi !1 j gfggfind the average of everyones t 3 ., 1 , 1 to Q tt-tt -fl-W-J Gm' ' I I t, rf t , x wi ,,. Qaxgfl QYQMARCH 3, Thrusday. ft .nt 4, Wt-aff . ff .dv ,X gf!! Gee whirl A lot of rabbits and f 7' as 'o,:.A R' 1Qf5"i i! ff ducks appeared today in every one if-ff? -'-.. fe ,'Q'-ggigivjg A.V-' I 1s.,QjI,ffjl'.f" of the rooms, and the Spring fever ffm seems to be present among some of the N ' most studious. Y. t The Thursday Literary society met and had a program. Elected officers, too. Lewis Hara and Joe McGrath received typing certificates , for writing 31 and 747 words a minute, respectively. Looks as though Afton might have some winners in the contest at Creston next month. mos Lt, Friday. The Friday: section of the Literary society metana elected their officers. A - Normal Trainers at that decorating again. MARCH 5, satm-day. Jimmy, Arnold, Harold and Mac ran off the "first stencil, for our 1927 ECHO. It seems that the ECHO is to be anexcegot - ional book this year. 'BIS issue this year is to include more color work and is being run on a new addition to our cornmerc- ial department--A No 'IS mimeograph with automatic paper feed. Another first prize annual for 1927 State Fair. -...,gf fg4....11 Q9 2 7--.-sjf +34.t- E4.....T H-H IE A, H, S, IE Q IHI - MARCH 7, Monday. P. T. A. met tonight. Report given by the playgzround. corn- mittee: Bovght Ocean Wave for Lincoln School Pupils, teachers paying for half. Committee discharged honorn.bl3.f. Creston P. T, A. invited to meet with us at the next meeting. After adjourn '- ment rush was made to the Domestic Science room. Refreslzments served, MARCH S, Tuesday. Spring is coming. Not only the girls,but also the school shieks are seen hatless. A chosen few seem to be afraid, C in old abej of a bald head, because of the old adage ngrass wonlt grow on a rece tra.cl:." MARCH 9, wednesday. 'Hip noel-1115 Rider"lOgt at the theater uonigQt.1r0 High School pupils present,f?Q MARCH 10, Thurs day. March winds--with too gentle showers. -This is hard on, Bunnies. MARCH 11, Friday . Mildred left for Indianola today. Contest postponed because of weather, MARCH 12, Saturday. "Angel's Wickedness and it's old pal, Mildred, reported, victorious. Ave Mildred! 3 1 'T 74.-I 4 .- - g-' 'rt '-: j 5 ' :f 4. ' Q -13.1 f'5-'C-7'1"-E51f.'QA C. ' .1 ,A if t 5? -C' -A 'NX' ' Y Meg 9241 if '-if X.xC---'-sQe-'N '-.- 41.31,-Lp-a- , C.-cwfxs-s -- a ... 'ii' Xllffi-L' T'-'rs i ,J ,QA C wax 4.1:--. - 120- --1 sci, I ' . '?' I 1 C,C C C C C C C C C csc- s.sn 9 2 7-...,jl' E,...- 13.-'H' H IE A, IHI, So IE Q H-H U-.Q-ygf yq. M1233 134 , Eiondfagf , "Blue Zvionnloqf? NDI ony." Bank officers cha: Q-od this week. ortunity of learning Le new obs. Hex: Treasurer James Treichler. I MARCH 15, Tuesdfw. fmakat Ball season closed. Gee, wonlt get to use any more games this year. ,.Qf'72k "XX 1" f , ' . ,nj X". If 151305 153, Hc2d21esrwg,f,,f' W " Lorne Parks presented us r.m0tf'v1 Cabinet todry for use in the Corn.:wfrc1q.l Dept., It's fine tiling- for the Echo materiel. LULRGZI 17, 'liz-:.x'sc1a,y. ,,.'----a 1 ST P.L'3ICK'S DAY. ff Grade pupils are preparing-g a prize exhibit forthe1921' f State Emir, x W g,,' X Tue 'lkwssdzagv clivision of the Ionian Societgfgot their K Iriah up mud put on a very appropriate St. P.-T.-triclds , fl :moe 124, Friday, Heard today that the Sub-District Doclamatory Content is to be held ,here Friday, March 25. A 19 deposits made this week io tho Afton School Bank. Total amount deposited 325.013, Q ,Agp The :mentor is increzesing so rapidly that we '77, : 'xheve had to open three more winclovrs on Wed- LW'mwU' WC fb ,119-'5f1'?-Yo '2,,H 'I Q, I j 'f ' Another group of Ionian: demon - ' 93 a?Ut1'ated their Irish descent, vs xxx" ,s " 4 ' 4, First Call for Track prospects, 'N' 'u Moved to street acrosa wars, called. , ' , . I d.0Wng -ee2f l34...H 9 2 7-.-:gfl'1-fg4-- I ?1 IE Aa He So C IH 0-vfef-1.g.:zt:' "r:'.11::m:1::1'm:mnT':x .uzzin '. MARCH 21, Monday. Therefs a. new prospect for ministry in town, Grant Edward Grippen. This makes a. male quartet in A.rnold's family. MARCH 22, Tuesday. ' ' M4 Mr. McDowell stepped out of the 61 " bridegroorn's shoes this time,but the 1 -. "Womanless Wedding' was given again IIXSZ' anyway. The Seniors ate and ate tonight at R Vera Blairfs home, where theyhad a favor- X ite Dish dinner at 6:30. It rained but appetites went on, all the same. . " f' MARCH 23, wednesday. t p The measles have driven many people away from school with flushed faces. wmm12u,mmnsuv. The artistic stage decorations that Allen Collier socare- fnlly planned and worked on, were finished today. Much credit is due Allen for hi originality along tin line of interior de- corating. Mrs de Paar and the Normal Training girls,aswe1l as Harold Hadley and Victor Smith had a hand in it tn." - wmmazi mins. h Many out of town folks in town tonight. Sub-district De- clamatory Contest. Mildred won first in Dramatic and will speak at Stuart April first, ' Representatives here from Creston,Lamoni, Shena.ndoahEssex Mt Ayr, Bedford, Weldon, Villisca and Afton compete. Normal Training Inspector Clara M. Wallace judged ati the contest and also gave the Afton School the once over. " Prof. H. L. Eells: Director I.S.T.C. Extension School at Creston this summer called at School this morning. , , area--aeT?1f,M R7 -, sv wlm.ll..i, HQQ7 N.ll,s. iiw.i g,i -Qqf lgq..-'H' H-H E A, H. S' IE Q H ...... 1 ,fiyll 1 J 1 i U :N 1 Q S ' f 'NX MARCH 25, Monday. :ax Aff 5 Junior class play 3111100110850 X AK! j In K 1 1, f F Theyhre decided on "The Freshman" 5, ' L- If a. story of college life. 'Jl 2 iz- Rx! A In A Miss Day visited Afton High ffm-',1 3' six A-.ff I g School today. ,gf g. ,fj!,1'Vi L Qxqjxifs fo, ,rf '- A I-iw ,li MARCH 30, Wednesday. 'Q MAX if 8 f A, Q, Seniors Normal Training clas f A U ' QQ' tl started their Model Rural Schoo1,, xx' ' ' field, ' in new quarters. Mildred M'y'ers XX flf, H5 X taught. .. ax 1 U fl- , N MARCH 31, mu-Bday. 1 Rain! . O School this morning,1:rnt not ki. G X' this afternoons The teachersleft W is A H at noon for Creston to attend the South Central Teachers' meetings . . A few Normal Trainers went too, I F, 411:35 I Q" X ,. ' V Q G. 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Although Mildred did not win first place, she came home a, good loser. - Today is April Foo1's day. Maybe that is the reason we did not win first place in the contest at Stuart. The roads , are muddy and it still continues to rain. APRIL T-L, Monday. SAID NEWS! The school just received the sad news that it is flat broke, The Citizens Bank failed to open its doors this morning, The Afton Student Club was dealt a severe blow, be- cause they have a considerable deposit ready to meet obligations Mildred and Mrs. de Paar told us of some interesting ex- periences they had while on their trip to Stuart and Mildred was awarded a Silver Medal, for second place in the Dramatic. APRIL 5, Tuesday. Miss Day visits Model Rural School, Mr.' Paul gives tests to grades under supervision of The Union Co Supts, and Principals Club. . APRIL 6, wednesday. ' Norval Lehman had the misfortune of spraining his ankle , todays Although he is not missing school, he has to have the aid of crutches. . A r Belle Hess was awarded a silver medal for writing5l words per minute for fifteen consecutive minutes on a Remington. - APRIL 7, Thursday, ' ' Willie Shepherd was presented today with a medal, A small gold basket ball, for third place sportsmanship, at the County Tournament at Arispe, APRIL 85 FI'lda,Yu Rain' EFef ?.i1Efg,SW?5 ,ls1wefS-" -,-r . QGi Ej::?o--T H-H IE Ao H-Ho So E Q IH1 CDD--:ei-5 kl!ITV'JZT'TtT7T'iI11'7,'7Z1ZZL"iZZm1'KITI1x11!.1"" APRIL ll, monday. It rains! P. T. A. met tonight. more were nearly 350 people present. Creston had a. delegation of 50. Nice enter- tainment and eats. ' APRIL 12, Tuesday. N, And still it rains! Will it never cease? APRIL 13, Wedne S 1. Sdayo I ' ' Report cards out! X i A 3 APRIL 11+ A typewriting contest was held f,,f,1l,i,ggff X y , before the assembly this morning to . X 'fe-A , ' X accustom the typists to spectator L+'i"'MV,.,1 ,Q , 'Ig f 'X ' ""'-. ,, 77.-. 3 APRIL 15, Friday. 57" 'H -fffqjf . . 54, .Q 9 Sun Sh1nes-- Easter coming SV, I ,K X ' I , ff A 17..,.f I 01? , 5 ' fp Q NX Q- L G "' -4,1 jf f., LIL' I we M A HX A 197355 A A efxa A I 0 A '1 one -' I 'ilxlf :'-- ', llfxlr.. . - " . A "'-' "-. - 'A A4 - Wk'.'W4.','l2,,, QQQgKTA5"'i1iV" . 'l , -L" I :ff . . j'V Y FY Yfgtuwf-s'UQ?L...4 ' St' ' 1 . ,A ' 'ffm' N-', Eglm-A.1f 1 -f lf?" Afwvitam fn y A- -I 3-"1 5'aa'f9"fQ1,f'f' Wbzkiii' Q'-'IW'-f"f'.If'1 '- ' WN I ' I Ti ' 'J'5"'Nf?77'H1-1'-N 4' Agni. '. . Y- . -.., :V-1 z A I x ' ,. 1 , . '. U M I ""N.,.' " AW A Aww 3' - .. , 1W...1'-A I - ' , , M mf, for . . .. . -.1 . A C98-.f,. . I .. , . Nluw ip' 4 Mfr' -an 1 I Q ' - ?,,-fps ,Z ASQSIQ 'Q It I 5 L,, 'J Q50 .fm 5 ,fxxllf X , .. I . -1 Inf-Pffsgf NA ' I 0' 'iii V4 A IN' ' U .31 1'2" IAN - ,diff ' f' . -jfliigif "f.-A ,.4L I Jef, . ,Y 7,-'X 2. L Q--I1 9 2 7--was---ew e H-H E Ao Ho So IE Q H-II U--neil APRIL 15, Monday. April is living up to her "wet" name.It 1YOU.1dIl'tS9Gm right if it didn't rain each day. .X , l9',rXTuesday. x' ' Wvfeirybody all dnlled up. Reason? Pictures for the Echo. A N X.,-.3-jissiflsabel Hastings "shot" the Seniors, Juniors,then Q-lxf-the,5Sophomores and Freshmen, Journalism class, De- wf3wfAff'.x"e7'A,f' clamatory group and Basket Ball boys. 9 . O t ,ff 41,5-f ,ff Row seats assigned at noon. 1 'D . .- '1-t:5d1t'?' 'lf f AGC , APRIL zo, Wednesday. ff - ff' QQ.: A' . .Q QF, I XX Plctures taken yester- n Yi' , f sk day were exception- Q-Npff' "ll X5 or all ood It is e 4 xt fa Y geese xr N ' Y Sncw- 'rilL,fQ3 HQE31wt3+fl YO xii iff A I es are falling ' V . b , W , around. . MLS! Xf V ., ' 6 I z' , APRIL 21, Thursday. Anna Hadley and wine Ingham xl received certificates in ty-ping, for Q writing 35 and 31+ words, respectively. 4 . Belle Hess was awarded a pin'a.nd certifi- cate for writing 140 words a, minute. V .'1'he model rural school, with Leonard Porteras teach- erQ was resumed this morning. - 4 d ur, memwell 'feed from e beak on letter-writing before th assembly. A . 3 I s APRIL 22, Friday. ' The Model P.ura.l School continues. Same teacher as yester- day. Again Mr. McDowell read from the letter-writing book. Of all the instructive facts that are in the book a student should. learn to write a. fine letter. ' 'Ina Junior play was presented tonigzt in a very comnendable runner. "The Freshzzmn' was a college camedy. With a laugdn every line. The actors show signs of future careers inactinge -..,sQl 3Qe..,.-11 QD 2 7--nejf 1gm v L--are IHI IE A.. IHI., S., IE C H fe APRIL 25, monday. tvpewriting certificates were awarded to Willa. Ingham Q35 words per xnimztel, Gertrude Hawkins 1355, Harold Thozpsonf32W llary Jo 1lcCe.11 1322, Claudine Johnston 1513, Floyd Larkine C271 and Marion Carter f28l. Joe McGrath received a silver pin for writing at a net speed of 51 words per minute. Aran. 26, mean. The Physics class and Mr. Foster went to tom this after- noon, visited the Ford G-9.1-e,ge, Ha,rt's Garage, and fheiftmstar lnterpriee office. The learned the art of cleaning greasefrae their clothes. Iva. Butler was awarded e. bronze pin for writing 162 Iorde net on an LQ ce wP6W'I'iterg LPRIL 2'l,. Wednesday. . me Seniors had e class meeting to decide on the final , points for their graduation. Freshmen entertained the High School and Faculty at ati!! leinetpicnic at Garfield park. ileinere rather scare but were mififltb' good. ' I Ann. as, nm-safe. Normal Trainers visited Rural Schools with Iles hw. Leonard Porter tried to bring a choir. EAPRIL 295 prim. r Q, -by gps' X , PQ'55j!111,' MSX?" Measurements for cape md, N6 I ' ,fl gone ure tehenxlldred Lf- 'Q ,f Inhvre chief tailor N1 A iff' r rm. of ug .na D J, XI Wg nmenea A X od. mu A 30.Sli111'd1lY- ' The . he State District A . County Commercial 1 ontest was held in Creston todwdbhose 35" ' entering in Novice Typewriting U werexllary Jo McCall, Claudine Johnston, , U kg 8: Lloyt Mielloe. Novice Siorthand, Johnsto ' 1 X Anna' Hed1ey,"Q 3'0-U 927--wif --"' '- Few .A.P.lfFL 30, Satur-iagy. Contestants from Afton: AMATEUR SHORTHAITD: Grace Olmsteacl, Ruby Ames, Eva Butler. AMATEUR TYPETFRITING: Joe McGrath, Belle Hess, Eva Butler. RESULTS: ,, 77. fs - " AMATEUR TYPEWRITING: Creston,Corning, 5 , A."' Q-ogfgsij-f,"f:.o ' rl, 'K 17. I o K - lf Q 22 ' Wlnterset Afton Bedford, Lenox. ,qlll-Hg:-B' .lofi f-s N ,fd-. ' - gl ul.,-tif J 'TQ' :ML 'gl' ' X.. XXDQJG' - ., . X jo , AMATEUR szloamomz Creston, Bedford, 'XX ,f' I' .,, H .,,, ,,-. 'If' Corning, X .XI . .,. X 1OJ'ICE TYPEWRITIMG: Creston , Bedford. ,-.flu-MXN , 3 Afton, Lenox. Rf T 1 1, JIS 'NJ -'I ? ft ' N 1 - ' ff' fi NOVICE sHoRcn11A1Xm: .X yy' f , '- Q llxlnf-S! I, VD f Q1-'.ffNg"'iix f"7 FH MS, 71541, Bedford, Creston,a.nd . '-ir --4-. Lf'T.21Ll,.5f.,a'S-4. 's 5f'i:Xff?rLg34gggj'- - - ----' - N -V . Earning. -.u.zjf ?g4....H QD 2 7-w-sjff ?34.a- HPS wwfef' 'Hz f Hx X ff' U N Y-. If-Ho go E Q H-H 13, Y :EX 3 gk Q- -- , 'J zi ,-si W X- - . . '- S xgiyx . , IS J I., N -xx ma- K. I X . ,.,,. ,Z .4-a A- Elf' ' -.11 - ',:',1.. 1 1- 1 547-1 f - X . 3' fdfv xx X f .31 xx " ff! -1 I, f - f' ' -r' ' A --.jvfr f A -.+V ',,-- ,-,, ,,1.,y.-7,3 ,. A.-1 11,1 3X,Xx'SiQ:. K N :xl In x, X! ff.gi:i fj 1 i"1"l'f I' ,' X , ,4 -1 2 , ,, . -'MEZIQIHTUTIEEIIZTIMTTTTY.!'TT1Z'ZD'KT1'TZ!'IEE:?o--H 9 7-M ii5Himi1LiTT'TZiL1IL1lII111TTIIHTT!1i1'J.II71'I'nEZ6H-- SX MAY 2, Monday. The last P. TT. A. meeting of the year yn..-wr H E A. IHI. s. IE c IHI o-asf -L-1 I 1 - - - ' tnis eve.11n6.,m5 Rev. QL. E. Crippen was elected President, Mrs. S. R..Brow1fQ"'! Vice Presidentg and Mrs. Maude Delay Secretary--Treasurerg If- 'S tooo ' Senior announcements arrived much excitement.. Nice Y' County Supt, Elle. M. .Da.y,,ta1ked to II. T. Seniors 'f today. MA! 3,-Tuesday. lfiss Day talked to lT.- T. class again. "The Freshme.n",s CJunior Pleyj presented toniglt. Slim crowd.. Senior Glass Play announced, "Clarence"- Cast starts work--Carl Otis takes the lead. MAY 74, Wednesday., Moth 'ballll Seniors ransacked their at suitable costumes to be worn on "Fortynincrs , ff' ' I- 27 f' I ln if , Ili! .iii W vi V1 fl! J' fi UG'-51511 ff 5 ,7 ff M fy" If "QQ ff 7 X56 rj I ' -L " 1 1 'iff I f X f l 5 ff" Kg' X" 3 - : ff . 2 Q.-AA? 1,1 ' I ics and trunks for Da,'y"', They broke the antiquated custom of "Kid Day", and anpeared in oldfashion- ed reghlia. At noon a. company of maiden ladies and old gents, appeared at Gripp's Cafe for a. party. Cinnamon toast and teas served. ft, ,I MAY 5, Thursday. fr' ,,'x:"l .:QQf5-e-?fff:u-4'.- -'92,--, , S0ni0r exams. Ssygif ,,f,Zff-fn A Qyfff work! worm 3 9, g, gg: ' .- -. .---"1 4-L., .- h , ,X xr , Q, in This is their last week, of '31, :A WC 1. '-Tj' w iff, fy-A .Ig qM..y,f regular classes tnough, so w mf- 1.5. f' .K - ' s "1 1' iff" k 45,1 wor is in order, Iv' 1 MAY 6 Friday. f?"w1-'Nr - , 0 if 71- ' I f",fw. if 'Packs of good luckfor '-lil,-ff' ? the Seniors", was the wish, 1, .'5',15i':gj4r5gL'.qf1 fx' of the speakers at theannual I ,f in 7" Ji. Junior-Senior Banquet, to- .,- ,-Q.. 2...-." - - . , . . . , ...WM 3, W, .12 gi X t IMF, night at the Civic League gi giyi' ' x ' ' Room . s :Lu . - g, 4 g 'sir A, ,W 4 ," ,J -1 'ji - j ez 1, sf" gg eq ,P . . "- ' We s " E7511dLt3l'?fLx1zi'eOver 60 there. ...o.,gf l3,...H 9 2 7-...,3f l34.... HIE A. IHI., S., IECH If-H MAY 9, Monday. ' Foucheks' Studio, the Seniors are found today Having , fatheir pictures taken. And some of the Rose-sl licfaces Qfurned heavenzvard, e. few suppressed smiles, and the Senior jfs' class pictures will be ready. ,SX Practise teaching in the model rural school has X l, been resumed, ' ! '. lxxl ' ff KX MAY 10, Tuesday. xkxx xxx ' 3 U XX- QXX X me Echo was assembled today. Seniorsare 5 t'4, N still ":e:.-chin ., Eirervone else 'ous reviewin to W , N x Q "Q Xf take the semester exams. fri -' w X , x ,X X.. --'N U ' . 'W v. Xw YN h i E Q: l x +43 ,si l--, .eclnesc-"jf, 6 . X YQQVAA f. ,xx . l . 1 2 lv 1 In - Rev1.e':fI Da.cm't .-mow f-1: had one over' so 4 I 3' - N. . . - 1 V. . 5 1 fx, .L -135, :trwcv-. I never dmc snow: semen :rfbout Geometry and r x . . 7 - ' i , Yi, Wgtm. 1EtlldlC'3 G.l'lQ,'1'lOT'?. - f x 1-. . 512, . 4 r. x , , ,., X, ' - ,, 3 r11e'7:z::t cg: "Cl:-.1-ence " is working unc-ensingly. Just two d.a3,f:: more to vvorlz it, - Q . . ,f -sk , galrll lr , ,L.J.'lP.,d.a.,,'. . ' ' . . . s Clarence, Dinah, Viblef, e.nc1s..,the I'0St'.,Qi the lineup steg- ecl a dress rehearsal at the House. I. believe the play is to :f5'5'Lf be an interesting one, 'Xxx CYWX '59 " , - Xss9.?2' if' MAI 13, Friday, 1 . A X xi - " 1 Friday the 1391- What Sf 5.9-.Y 'kh1J1,,'lf-- 'NV' 'lf' "1 5 for the Senior class piayl fiici' fm ' 'f 2 ' 'I ' ll A - I .- . - o mas W 'f It was well presented toe. full fig-71,7 , 4 tf fs ff' xx? house. The characters were cs- ff," QQ . 'A ' , , I. , , . - 4 . 1 peezslly well cast and tndmrparts l,fsqr,,..'ff H 1 were played to perfection, A t ,X 5 ff , A' ., f ,' I , . y ,,sgs'.'-f-, ,A X11 MAY g 55 N-51, "MX , I' V "fl" VA -Sir -. -X, M' ' ', Rev. L. E. Erijppen dolivorczl tes Be.cc.:lc.u1'cextte Ad-'ross at the Li. E. Church, tonight, Rev, Hofrfmrfi nzsistintg. -,,e35 ll3,4,,H 9 2 7-..e3f Efvk-e- ?Q4...-'1I" H-11 E A, If-II, S, IE Q If-H U----sjrf ly.- mu 16, Monday. MAY 16, Monday. Wheel regular classes today for all. Review, and then, exams. :nr 17, Tuesday. Juniors, impersonating tho Seniors, staged Junior dey be- fore the assembly. Very cleverly worked out. Senior commencement this evening. The program consistedof speeches and songs by the members of thc graduating c1o.ss.There were 31 graduates. Ads Groesbeck, veledictorian. MAY 18, Wednesday. Senior day! Class Will, Prophecy, History, and Poem were read, and e few musical mnnbers, presented before the assembly. Gave lots of advise to Juniors and other classes. Put in o. few last licks at Faculty, too. Juniors and Seniors te-.king Normal Training Exams. MAY 19, Thursday. Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors still working industrious- ly KU on exams. Seniors took theirs two weeks ago. A Few of them are wondering around, taking their lest farewell look at old Afton High. More Ilorrnnl Training exams. for Juniors and Seniors. Eighth grade graudation exercises this afternoon. Party givenby Seniors, I entertaining with ball ga-mel. It was different than the usual parties. Bats were fine. MAY 20, Friday. Beck for report cards. Guess Illl give my brain a restfor three months, now. Oh Hum! what to do? 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Afton Opera House L or O Q I 5 1 ACT I JOHN WORDEN------ -------- Lawrence were 'Ine University Campus CThe Freshmanj "PICAIJILLY" JEROME-----Manlove Trotter -- ---- - - - fS0phomoresJ A "BUGGS" STEVlHIS-- ----- ----Norval Lehman ACT II Cofl "OWL" GRIGGS-- -------------- Wilbur Wick Professor Locke'sGarden fLakeVi1leJ "TINY" MCGRATH -------- --Willie Shepherd -------- CUniversityJ PROFESSOR LOCKE-- ------- H arold Thompson LGT III CProfessor of Mathematics 8: Astronorryj HOBLCE-3----f----------Bmjyson Kelly Portion of theilstrononv CCo1ored Servant, oldest ilmhabitantb Lecture-hall. MARY LOCKE---- ----- ---Gertrude Hawkim CD8ughter of Professorl --------- JUDITH BLAIR-------------Zita. Comfort C'Ihe President's daughter! ACQS MISS PORTERF----------Mary Jo McCall COf a very old familyj 'It happened at Afton VIOIET--e-----.efff .1L1oyt Mielke Jet." Whose mother keeps a boarding housel ' U U 5 1 I U "' ' Marion ynropsy Evan the ACCOMPANIST - - Mildred Laravre Duncan Sisters' Ulnna. 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December 21, 1926. 9555. 2.11 H .- IUIS IE MONTERO, . . a. wealthy plantation owner . .Owen Blalock GIORIA DE MONTERO, . . his wife, an aristocrat. . . . Ruby ,Ames MARGARITA, . . an accomplished daughter . . . . . . .vera Blair mcmsgo Q ther sister. 0 0 0 c 0 0 o o o t 0 9 QAHD-3.HB.d.1ey FRANCISO U LA VEGA, . .Chief Inspector at the Custom House, who claims to be a. nobleman. Herbert Craig PEDRO, . .manager of de Monterfs plantation . . .Merrill P0I'f91' EMILIO, . . a toreador, suitor of Mercedes. . . . .Wilbur Tick DON JUAN AND DOE! JOSE, . .student friends of Enilio,Crippen and Willard Wick: DORA I.iA.RCELA AND IDONA ANITA, friends of Margarita u . . . Willa Ingham,Ma1'y J 0 McCall MARTHA MATILDA AYELRS, .T ,. an English governess . . Mildred myers LIEUTENAITT HAROLD WRIGHT, . .Custom Inspector from the United States .. . . James Treichler PATRICK CPATD 'MALOIIEU . companion of Hal . . . .lawrence Myers CAPTAIN COLTON, . . of the Cruiser Montana. . . .Leonard Porter CHORUS OF U. S. MARINES Truman Long, Richard Henman, Graham Jacobson, Manlove Trotter, Bryson Kelly, Norval Lehman, Floyd Larkins, Paul Crippen, Ross Steen, William Longshore, Willie shepherd, William Ke11y,George Groesbeck, Dale Smiley, CHORUS OI' SPANISH STUDENTS Celeste Pqrter, Marjorie Parks, Claudine Johnston, Crystalwick, Pauline Young, Gladys Blalock, Maxine Early, Marie Rippezgeg Doris Trelchler, Marjorie Jacobson, Myrtle Butler, Josephine , Johnston, Lloyt Mielke, Wilma Denly, Enid. Goltry, Paulineloung, Eva Butler, Grace Olmstead, Ada Groesbeck, Gertrude Hawkins , Arlene Brgwn, Elnora, Messer, Celora. Thompson, Ruby Stewart. DMKETOR - Mrs. Eunice Foster ACCOMPANIST - Miss Mildred LaFavre -' 'i ?Qee--H Q7 2 7--eejf ?Qe,.- v EM-T IHI IE A. IHI. S. IE C H'II 0-"'5f l'3"" ff f ff f QCD ' fl ,f ff ,' " 7" 'lf , , f ,!,af V- -If f j,....,' A - ff f I I 'AW ,I Aff ff 1 117. fb ff t 'If' rl, '79, ff ' ffffl, 5 'l- HJ' Q 7 fZ'?fCZ wLQfb:Mf4,ILfe 42-'7-' rw- --f.-..-. .., .... A All .-,. 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ANNUUNCEi..DoneiC Blair. egwztfl A HE' .4' -W .I 10 f ' .. - I 1 ,.xj, 'Qu N'-14., THE smom' ffikff ' +Qf,lQf?',l -,fl I li -' fi A, . ' .,' , I' Cinderella I-. L-21 1 be Xl fi 3' f ACT. I. Scene 1, Woodland I ' lj' , Dubch Chorus f' U ACT. I . Scene- Z., Kitchen in Cinderella wffff 1' home' 9' UT i . Schtch lads and lassies Xl' f ACT. II. Scene 1. Ball Room at Palace A-CT . II. Clowns ....,5f 1,gq.--H 9 2 7--wif Scene 2. Parlor at Home of Cinderella.. B+.- THE IONIAN LITERARY SOCIETY Organized 1926 111.153 .imsslsl President ---------- W rn. Longshore Treamer-------Arnold Crippen V:Loe.Pres.-"--'-James Treichler Critic ---- ------4-Ad,a Groesbeclc Seoret:.ry-----------Lewis Myers Ser. Of Arms----Herbert Craig 2.IWEl92Ll Mabel Allen, Vera Blair, Maud. Blair, Owen IBlalock,.Arno1r1Cripp- en, Charles Cooper, Herbert Craig, Maxine Early, Ada. Groesbeok , Anne, Hadley, Gertrude Hawkins, Willa Ingham, Marjorie .Jacobson Wm . Longshore, Josephine Johns-ton, 'Bryson Kelly, Alvin Longstrsth, Tru- men Long, Norvel Lehman, Susan Longshore, Mildred Laltvre, Lawrence Myers, Lloyt Mielke, Lewis Myers, Mi1d1'9d Wars, Mary Jo McCa.l1par1 Otis, Alvin Porter, Wilma. Peterson, Tlerrill Porter, Kenneth Seeley, Ruby Stewart, De-le Smiley, James Triichler, Manlove Trotter,VictcxSa Vickers, Wilbur Wick, Willard Wick, Crystal Wick, and Pauline Yourg H951 Ia692'Q.9.r.a Ruby Ames, Grace Olmstead, Claudine Johnston, Eva Butler, Myr- tle Butler, Brnestine Kuder, Adeline Gunn, Harold Thompson , Hazel Wilson, Cleore Thompson, Billy Kelly, Marion Carter, Wilma Denly , Graham Jacobson, Myrtle Western, Willie shepherd, Floyd Lerkins. MAG. Celeste Porter, Marie Ripperger, virginia Grtpp, Marguerite- Johnston, Arlene Brown, Elnora Messer, G-rece McGrath, Doris Treich- ler, Leonard Porter, .Philip Kelly, Bernita Ames, Gladys Blalock , Marjorie Perks, Enid Goltry, Grace Donner, Paul Crippensidner Long. mfl....EC91' iss mmm Session President----w---e---Q-----Q-----1-------Maud Blair Vice Presidentw------vw----f--Menlove Trotter Sec, 8. Trees.--e-ew-,---1-w-Nw--H-Kyenneth Seeley Cr it ic----------------- ------ -- --------- -Mildred .Laramie argent--of .lrms--------- ----- ------- ----- ---Willa Ingnam ,Qifjgggs io-:gg 13 igg f gestion President ------- -----------W ------ ----- ---- Mary Jo McCall Sec. as T:'eae.,-M ---------- -------- -----Eule. Faye Longstxdh Critic--W-M A--M ----- ------ ------------------ Wilma. Peterson Sargent of A.rzns------ --------------e-------- --Wilbur Wick --oejf ?j,k.,-11 9 2 7-.-yjf 1.3.,- l,.i U.FT F L -Ee-D--T IHI IE A., IHI., S. IE C IHI 0---f-s5f 1,,+ iiklklkvllvklliilffklllbklllvk Y AETOI + 1 l' 'V C-ng' ETEDWJT AJVD Sklikikfklkfkvlfilfifilrikvkilf 0 'ill pupils of Afton High School are membersof the AftonStur It was for their benefit that it wasorganized in 1927+ under the supervision of Mr. C. 33. McDowell. Since it has grown in Idea, Membership and Financal standingreexceptwhen Cf' ,dents Club. the banks close. Officers for the first Semester of this year were: Pres1dent.............. ..... Vice President D000 Ol Secretary.......... ... Treasurer....... Assistant Officers for viola Treasurer....... second Semester of President.......... . Vice President Secretary....... Treasurer....... COO! GUI lla nv 50000 Q Assistant Treasurer... 1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 q 1 1 1 ' AFTON PARENT TEACHERS - ill .Arnold Crippen Manlove Trotter .Grace Olmstead .....Belle Hess ....Truman Long this year are: ..Haro1d Hadley ..F1oyd Larkins Mildred LaFavre ....Truman Long ...Alvin Porter 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ASSOCIATION - - ' ilkilfiilikilfvkllflllllilfilfllilfilffkillilivkililfillllillil he organization in Afton that enables the teachersin the lfggiflfmblic Schools and the parents of the pupils to join hands in helping the dxild to do his -level best in schoolandon of school is the P. T. A. The first Monday of each month, P. T. A. holds its re- gmlar meetings. The time at these meetings is divided between a business and a social hour. The programs given at these live gatherings are made up of talks, music, drills, and dramaticse- lections. 1926-as R. O. Treich1er.... .... MI-'SC I n n a o 0 a Mrs. Maude De1ay.... ... OFFICERS President. Vice Pres. Sec. Tres .. ....Rev. L. E. Crippen .. ....Mrs. Bessie Brown o u n o n u oM1'So Maudg --Q-pjf 1.3s...11 Q1 2 7-..sSf 1i3... L J l W? I ,"' "1 I- X ZZ, I I ..v XX z' z- X . -X - Y . .. Z I Xxx i1XlsCAlIHDAR OF CLASS CF 1927 ACTIVITIES ,fib six ,ffl .2 N Zz' X f. NX! . WJunior Senior Banquet - Friday - 8:O0P.MJEW'6th,'2Y nClarenceU'--Class Play - 8:00 P.M. May 13th,'2T Baccalaureate Sermon - 8:00 P.M. Sunday . May 15, 1927 - Delivered by Rev. L. E. Crippen. Senior Day - Wedncsdoy, Moy 18, 9:00 A.H. Afton High School Auditorium Junior Day - Tuesdiy, May 17, 9:00 A. I. Afton High School Auditorium lk p ,K ... 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W CLASS COLCRS CLASS FLOWER Old Rose and Harding Blue : Lily of the Valley CLASS MGTTC UDo not stare up the steps of opportunity but step up the stairs.n 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ir -wellfiiiiiiiiiniiifiiiiiaf325,l,H gp Q2 j7-n4Qfieiiiiziiifiiiifiieeriiii- f V aQ.l,4i2ii3E:3i3pWTHHE A.HHQSQHECHHO-ei:Z3i13jT" ,,.- ... 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Q39T4Y' E 1' " I t, 7 i, T- g COMIMJCEMENT PROGRAM P Tuesday - May 18, 1927 f Invocation. ........ . . . .Rev. C. W. Howard Commencement Song. . Greetings .......... Valedictory Address Vocal Solo ..... .... Dramatic Selection. Violin Solo. ....... A Senioi-'s Outlook. Song. . . . so .- .n no no so QI . . . . . . ..Class of'27 . . .Susan Longshore . . ..... Ada C-roezinek . . .... . . .Vera Blair . . . . . . .Mildred Myers . . . .Claudine Johnsim . . . . . .Arnold Crippen . . . . . .Wilma Peterson Grace Olmstedd Marjorie Jacobson Mildred Lalim-e Myrtle Butler Vocal Solo. ............. ..J-ames Treichler "Good Bye Alma Materf' .... ....Cla.ss of '27 Distribution of School Honors Presentation of C1ass..Supt. C. L.MDOwell Presentation of Diplomas. .Pres. Ira Gripp Benedictionu Q Q Q U --.. o e 0 s .Rev. La-Ea Crippen on Q-.-.- L - Z, Y - ,- ---- Ee -,D-:lf- l 0... , -l-5 H 9 2 7-4-:ll -l..l . OS l 5290-THE Ao Ho So -A 1. fr wa .f'Q fI,IL1B,qx7 Q. ',.. '-xvixwv. 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L-If X15 ii U S 5. lj xx g,.---jg,.4f7 f X, , f j , l,'. xx 1,11-,,, SEN TOR STUNT DAX - - MAY 11, 1927 5 173-ff-H 9 2 7--oejf f2+D- ,, HB4-H-'H' IHI IE A. H. S. E Q in o-.Q-.gf . A'u'1fl'K -'Vg' -P A ,- lfilfrxf' u 2 'e...fd6'1f.:-Q 021 FE VA? Q ... 2 Bei to AR --at the--- AFTON OPERA HOUSE Friday evening, 8:15 p. rn., May 13, 1927 Under special arrangement with Samuel French of New York. - CAST Mrs, Martyn: ......... ---,'Marjorle Jacobson lMr. Mr. Wheelezf 4 I, X..--J Mrs. Wheeler .... Bobby YV1zcs1er...-.-,. ..-.:.zn.z:.- S3C.'1':uE11'2'D ------.....-,-Leo1:2.rd Porter -l' pzgsiaicss izzanfa ----T-.--,--..---Ruby Ames -.. .,.... .---Arno1d Crippep fihe cxpzgael son, aged 161 F Cora Whec1er..m-,.. Violet Finney C13rencc-.....-- -,-----,-.-.----Ruby Johnson 11.19, caugglitcry -.---. -.-.--,-.-..Ad2. Groesbeck Qlhe govarnfssj --------------Ca::l Otis C .llto 1723 in tae c.:'1'13'N Della ........... .- ........... ..-Mildred Myers H Q 5 iliausamaidl Dinwidche ........... - ......... Gwen Blalock '3ut1er2 Hubert Stemm.-. .... L ..,....... Harold Hadley .Grass wiclowcrb Director - - Marion de Paar , SCENES e Act. I.-Theuanfzcrcwzx ci Mr. Whee1er's private office, New fork. P . Act EI.-Living room of Mr. Whes1er's home, Englewood, N. J. Act III.-The same. Thai: evening. Act IV.--The same. Next morning. Admission 25 :Sz 35c FT I ITA! IIYEIPIIII Q5 2 7-.,.e:i gg..-'H' rn E A, 11-11. s. IE e H o-'oszf yaw JUNIOR - SENIOR BANQQUET fp4v4,- -Q--N-xi"-. K ff, l""""" "t May 6, 19 '!,1"""'- XQVIC League Room lxf B 3. -9- X X X xo X Toastmaster. . . .J ove Trotter XX f . . ... ... . N 1 Welcome to Seniors. . Lawrence Myers Reception. . . . . Susan Longshore HBV Gonen Days. . . . .Ruby Ames I "Gone By" Days. . . Wm Longshore. X Now Degfs Luck. . . Carl Otis Junior Luck. .Mary Jo I-.ZcCe11. What we Hope For . . j X Prim. Don Foster f What Will Come . . X Supt. C. L. Z.ioDowel1 I f aa-me-rm an-cms-use -r-:mms-u M E N U Cocktail Chicken Croqnsttes Cendied Sweet Potatoes Mashed Potatoes Creamed Carrots 61 Peas Radiehea Coffee Sour Sala-.cl Celze -.. .355 Olives Parker House Rolls Cheese St1C1'S Ice Cream ?gf...11 QD 2 7..-.ggi Y- lililif -, 'B -- 'J fi lm lf W-. .A 'K j , ' 'T '75 'fifffff-A rf", t' ,:g1:::,:3Lg, Hg. 1534-Q gm ,L H44 yoxlmkgbgi ILSLJI 'ii-2-m-i-W-I---if 1 C o M M E fa u 1 1. .Q sr a 11: s I 1 1 w m w w a x i-fziigmi-3.5-5 1 w 1 1 1 v CERTIFICATES SUM ER SCHCOL T. C. Sgith Co. Typewriting -shy Ames H M classes Qva Butler X 7 le Anna Hadley 1 LUTt19 Butler V! none Hqur 3 Dayn -- dur- Willa Ingham VX, ing month of July. 65 Belle Hess lv pupils enrolled from Lewis Myers -If Afton, Arispe, Cromwel III James Treichler I5 Creston and surround . Gertrude Hawkins F' ing com unity. 1 X Bgglgglgg If uLearn to typewriten A tho slogan. U Ruby Ames . XX Eve .Butler c. L. Msooweu, X Grace Olmsteod 'W"jT' la, Instructor. g:QN Myrtle Butler Vtiifbfpz--'tel' ing, agp.. ' ,:xj'T ,,. -Ltf-, ide-M,..E-F:-l""4p"n: 0-7. Gertrude Hawkins " ff! 'xx F 'Xf- Harold Thompson Claudine Johnston Mary Jo McCall Floyd Larkins Joe McGrath Belle Hess Ruby Johnson Marion Carter Hnderwoogq Joe McGrath Lewis Myers Anna Hedley Ruby Johnson Eva Bugler KRLL--""""'! yrs , L2-C. Smith Co, Underwood Grace Olmstead Eva Butler Eva Butler Joe McGrath Belle Hess Harold Hadley Remington Claudine Johnston Lloyt Mielke Belle Hess Willa Ingham Joe MbGrath YIIYUFQFFYUFYYWYYWYYYXYIYFFYW W Awards made during school your 1926-27 Y Eva Butler Gertrude Hawkins E' W Holono McDowell, Typowriting Inst. ' iilifiliflilfifillikifflflfllfilfkillllklli Lo s McColloch, Instructors 1 ' Mary Jo McCall Clarence Porter Charles Cooper Har01d Thompson Graham Jacobson MYTt19 Butlef Billy Huss Floyd Larkins Lloyt Mielke Willie Shepherd lfwTT7f???E?:f?ewH Qilife William Kelly Joe McGrath Anna Hadley Truman Long Alvin Porter Howard SGQ1Gy Manlovo Trotter L.. ., . ., W V, o -5 emmmmmqwTHEgMHLS,EQHOwFmmEmmm-- lt? 5:5 itil' 7?Ni7LW fff5fw,'f If:wQf'qrffMffLfi3197flTfu 3? Ufk 5:9 Ali N9 AA-2 N4 gNxQUflfhHN 5'r"1l.QJ CL., LL,,47XE:.f'4 : Q, I X ,Lrg 'gy 5:3 -' A5531 II, .f"-: .LX-Jil-7 'R 1 , '7 f. ' '-, 13 fm! X0 N .J 'x rin . : fn' -L V - ,... .x ..- .., --.... --.- ... -H--A -----W---. ---. e X, J in ., . 5 fr rf., . 5 U - fl it ,lt 1 Ci?:g-Ygfg ne hundred honar points are required for a silver WAN ish, A mintmnn of fifteen points in scholarship, ten attendence and punctuelity and fifteen for extracurri cular activities. A Sold WAV is awarded fortwoinundredpoints The swme requirements hold true. Wilbur Wick Ruby Johnson Gertrude Hawkins Willa Ingham Norvel Lohman Willard Wick Crystal Wick Ruby Ames Maud Blair Mildred Myers Ada Groosbcck James Treichler Mildred LaFavre Mary Jo McCall Ada Groesbeck Silver UAW C100 honor pointsl Lloyt Mielke Maxine Early Myrtle Butler Willie Shepherd Wilma Peterson Eve Butler Pauline Young Clarence Porter Marjorie Jacobson Gold UAH C200 honor pointsl Greco Olmstcad Leonard Porter Arnold Crippon Harold Hadley Bello Hess Anna Hadley 9CSpccial Certificatej 300 points Harold Hadley Leonard Porter MildredMyere -- Q9 2 2 13e.-'H" H IE Ao Ho So IE Q H-H U-eqQf IQ v no of 5'-'-7f2?ff'ff'-"M 7 1-2-1 0 Sfg-ex? 1 Gui I 5 I 3 1 1 1 inns 31 1 1 14 . . ' . i Ill Afton vs Alumni 1 7 at Aftong Forwards F B9 Afton shanno 12 Afton X Janes Treichler '27' 9 Afton Crest n 20 Greston 'Philip Kelly '27I 5 Afton in-is e 18 Arispe Njvillie shepherd '25, 3 Afton Cro ell 12 - Afton nold. Crippen '27 8 .Afton Leno 16 Afton 15 Afton Cro 11 9 Afton Gunrdg D 6 Afton Osceol 36 Osceola 5 5.34 Afton A - Creston 18 Crest Leonard Porter '27 I9 Afton A in-iepe Af Harold Healey '27 2 Afton , Lozfimor 16 ispe William Kelly '291 O, Afton Cromwell 1'-A Arispe Dale Smiley 'ESQ 6 Afton Arispe 19 Arispe Q 7 Afton Creston -E .f"XL0g'il'I10I' Qenterg 1 23 4 WON - 7 LOST Y X7 Clyde Killion '29' Q , ' A ' Norval Lehman '28 XX 4 Q B 1 533.1 1 .11 .S 1 11116 shepherd '25 19, Af-uf Kent 9 at oecefne old. Cripjpan '27 30' Afton n 13+ Afton e Smiley '28 ," 8 Af-ton--Q ' pe 2 Afton illiam Kelly '29 f 19 Afton Cro ell 2 Afton ,orval Lehman '2 15 Afton Cro all 5 Afton. Willard Wick '2 21 Afton Murr 27 M11rra,v: lzmence Porter ' 6 Afton Osce la 11 Osceolag ayngupleir I -'29 , 3 Afton Ore on 3 Creston! Iprysozrtellyf - '28 Afton Ar ape -LQ Aftonj 'f' '3 I 31 g 5 wo-51osm-3 mm-1 1 , . 4-sw. ' I 5 I' Af' ! 5 ooAoH----g--e4- -I-noN.A.1'osmm 3 f 2 A -U-ajf l-Qg.e.H 9 2 7-0-5f ?j4... I IHI IE AQ IHL S. IE C IHI O--He1if lS+ gi '-H- -:'., :'. 14- .,1.'."A- .2-efffati , J -, if C '1"- :rw JM- 9' Anne. Iiadlef' 1 - N 4 V-.f'Qlqrence Porter Belle Hess A--my eo nge e 3 ffiieelma Bvleer Harold He.c11ej" w'f:"'-of 'f I l J -Virginia Gripp um-y Jo uecan xx? X QQ! -Q51 J' ulirgorie Parke U9-Ii-30 39-T13 First 'feelgg GertrudeHa.1rki.ns Pauline Young b lah Longstreth George Groesbeck Ada Groesbeck llande Blair ' Second -Sl-gg Weeks K - Wilbur flick Mary Jo McCall Willard, Wick Anna. Hadley Gertrude Hawkins Clarence Porter Pauline Young Lawrence were Virginia Gripp Ma. Groesbeck Maxine Early Crippene Howard Seeley Marjorie Parks Leonard Pcter Willa Ingham Belle Hess Qgird. 515 Weeks Leonard Porter Pauline Young Harold Hedley Eule. Faye Longstreth Clarence Porter Willa Ingxam Newton Porter e Maxine Early Willard Wick George Groesbeck Howard. Seeley Anne. Radley Laurence were Belle Hess llefdde Blair Ada Groesbeck 11117112 'liek Egurth 5-L15 Weeks Anne. Hadley Belle Hess Willard Hick Glu-ence Porter Harold Hadley Marie Rippcrger Maxine Early Ada. G1-oesbeck Lloyt ltolke Howard Seeley Leonard Porter Kerry Jo 10:00.11 'Lila Faye Longstrcth Virginia. Gripp Pauline Imng George Groesbeck Marjorie Park! fifth 5-ig Weeks Ada. G-roasboclc Clarence Porter Willa. Indian Hfxold. Hadley Anna Hadley Pauline Young Arnold Crippen Willard Wick Howard Seeley Leonard Porter Bula Faye Longstreth Me-ezine Early Lawrence Myers Marie Ripperger -.Q.3jf E4...-11 9 2 '7--Q-:2f f30- ..- .g.f 134...-'1I' H E A, H, S, IE Q H 0--0-,gf 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,K COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT -rvsmxmxxkvxxwassmswwxxx:-karat-r-rxarar-rwf:r Elementary Trpewriting Alvan Longstreth, Claudine Johnston, Madeline Jeff rey,Willie Shepherd, Gertrude Hawkins, Harold Thompson, Ernestine Kuder,1.Zary Jo McCall, Manlove Trotter, Charles Cooper, Elnora Messer, Floyd Larkins, Norval Lehman, Lloyt Mielke, Ruby Johnson, Willa Ingham, Zita Comfort, Bryson Kelly, Truman Long, Ada. Mateer, Maud Blair , Anna Hadley. Teacher--Helene McDowell Advanced Tyggewriting Newton Porter, Philip Kelly, Joe McGrath, Belle Hess,Marion Carter. 1 Teacher--Helene McDowell Elementary Shorthand Teacher---Eunice Foster Claudine Johnston, Alvan Longstreth, Madeline Jeffrey, Belle Hess, Gertrude Hawkins, Ernestine Kuder, Willie Shepherd, Anna. Hadley, Lfanlove Trotter, Myrtle Western, Mary Jo McCall, Norval Le , Lloyt Mielke, Bryson Kelly, Truman Long, Ada Mateer, Carl OtiSu Bookkeeping Teacher-Lo is McColloch Gertrude Hawkins, Manlove Trotter, Willie Shepherd, Harold Thompson, Graham Jacobson, Mary Jo McCall, Myrtle Butler, Charles Cooper, William Kelly, Joe McGrath, Anna Hadley, Eva. Butler,F1oyd Larlcins, Trurnan Long, Alvan Porter, Lloyt Miellze. gtenogfraphy .83 Qffice Practice Teacher---Supt. C. L. McDowell Eva Butler, Ruby Ames, Myrtle Butler, Grace Olmstead. :James Treichler, Harold Hadley. --H 9 2 7-- eif Ee1-- +:f 1--be--r 1111 IE A., H., so re c rm o--ez5 1z+ 8iiikiiilikikiillfkiillIkildliklkiiikllfllilkikllikdillkfiliklk 4- A. H. S. NORMAL TBAINIIEC- DEPARTMENT we iillvkiltllfrllllfkikilifilllkvkikvkfkrlrlkvklkvkiklkllriklllkililllli Nornal Training Critic------Mrs. Marion dePaar OE ICERQ QE, 2.11. 1. CLUB President............. .... .. ..... Mildred Myers Vice President. . . . . ...... Maud Blair Secretary. . . . .... . . . . . .Dale Smiley Treasurer. . . . . . . . ......... . . . . .Mildred I.-aFavre SEIIIQI3- MEIQERS OF 2. N.. 2. QLUB Mabel Allen Ruby Johnson. Crystal Wick Vera Blair Arnold Crippen Wilma Denly Billy Huss Willa Ingham Periods lst 2nd jrd. Nth 5th 6th 'Ith Ada Groesbeck Susan Longshore Claudine Johnston Marjorie Jacobson Q-'QNIOR mx-JIBERQS QE LEQ- 1.1. H. 2. Lawrence Myers Madeline Jeffrey William Longshore , .. . , gfi. , - , ' ' -, gn- Y 111334-XRIANS IM Armor HIGH sonoor. FIRST SQQALSTER Marjorie ?arks Thelma Porter Susan Longshore Marie Ripperger Grace Olmstead Ada Groesbeck Belle Hess Merrill Porter Leonard Porter Wilma. Peterson CLUB Willard Wick Wilbur Wick SECOQQ SEMESTER Susan Longshore Marjorie Parks Marjorie Jacobson Wm. Longshore Marion Carter Maxine Early Marie Ripperger Clarence Porter CHIEF PUPIL LIBRAEHAN---Susan Longshore FACULTY SUPEBVI 3'ORe-+-Miss Lola McCOl1cc.h -.Dsjf lQa..-H QD 2 7--Qaj.f 1Qc-Q- fy..-'II' IHI E A, If-H, S, IE Q II-H KID-mpgf fgp 14132851113r1rik2-Hkllrifllllllikfkikikifvlliflkiflk-'lIiif'll'l"l"l'3' 1 D E C L A M A T O R Y C O E T E S T S x Hklkvsiiiilflkwhilfiwir-Hffkifkvkiillfikvlflkllfllfilikwrrlfirrkvkvkiklli HOMES CONTEST' held at the Afton High School Building, Feb. lst,3-ith Qra-toggealq N- 1. Mildred LaFavre 2.r Manlove Trotter 3. OwenB1a- lock, Maud. Blair and Marion Moffitt. ---- l. Mildred Myers 20 Eula Faye Longstreth 3.IE1rjo:'ie Jacobson. Myrtle Butler, Anna Hadley, Arlene Brown,Virginia Gri o.. Mildred Qoett" Llc t Eiielke and Gertrude Hawkins. Pl , J Q H 9 TiQ ---- 1. Mary Jo McCall 2. Arnold C1-ippen 3. Vera Blair and Kenneth Seeley, Marjorie Parks, Alvin Longstreth,Ha1-old Thompson, Padline Young. Enid Goltry, and Crystal Wick. SUB-CCQEFE CONTEST At Arispe February 9511. 1-. Mildred Myers Dramatic, Mildred 'LaFavreOratorica1., Arnold Cxippen HiLT.QTI'OllS.4 Coznpetingg towns: S113.I7.IlOI'l1. Afton, Arispe, and :uOl3"f.ZlOI'.- COUNTY At Creston February 17th. 2, Mildred Myers Dramatic. Coanpeting towns: Shannon, Afton, Creston, Cromwell , and Lorimor. FOUR-SCHOOL COIITEST At b'he.nnon Fe-brua:'y 25th. 10 Mildred Myers. ilrarnatilzz, 2-, Mildred LaFa.vreOra.tor- ical, Arnold Crippen Hunoifzuso Competing towns: Afton, Arispe, Shannon, Creston. PRE--TDI STRI CT At Ind ianola Lie rch 11 , 1. Mildred Myers Dramatic, Competing towns: .A.'E'con, Osceola. Norwalk, Weldon,St. Marys, Truro, Winterset, lvlaclzsburg, New Virginia, S'J3-DISTRIQ2. At Afton Mann 2'jtLr1c 1, Mildred myers aromatic. Competing towns: Lit, Ayr, Essex, Shenandoah, Afton, Lorimor, Weldon, Creston, Villisca, and Bedford. Qisgnlg-Q1 At stuart April ist, 2., Mildred Myers Dramatic.. Competing towns: Afton, Creston, Smart, Bedford , Audubon, Adel, Walnut, Underwood, Missouri Valley. Alloman. -..,gf 1g....11 9 2 7-o-r3f 13+-'- -..,gf lgg--11 9 2 jqqf L 2 Ei ? tg W O11 m O E 3 5 as 25555333 s 5 5 - 3 P - 5 8398.-5565 -55 'ia .. 's g was 23448 S- 45 .s a2355e f w35hnm'i' 332. Sana 2 5 5 5 Ef5E!ZZ'f..."sQ+' 9d",4:Z'f3og5b"'Ag3 QQEH g 5 3.5 Egmg ggga 5 3 S g af8f 1 fiJ :j,?2'Qg?:,'-?iff.53 ,gfwggiiklg-E5 3r'2.sL,e.Esa.2 va E E 5 5- wing at mtl?-0 Ibm. M1113 Favre llildrad. IE... ll HN WIS? Intuit-fltto latter thq desert 8 U3 14 S C3 la 0 :Q M 'S 3 iningblmnitl 101' 'Ira D- den Jug Invef s ga: Rabi. Ruby Ames 34 5 53 N 5 I-0 cn 94 'H E I Q4 53 2. 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