Akron High School - Torpedo Yearbook (Akron, IA)

 - Class of 1924

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'sv -' 1 " l' '.,'7. N ' Lf S gk x 9VA0W5.:v.11:-1'.."rAJ T 0 R P E D 0 Hliras?-Qssxswllf THE TORPEDO 1924 AKRON HIGH SCHOOL S www xl,, ,f:Mff:gf xp ':Aq Wm lh, -MW A X N 1 1, V .M AVQ4 Tu 1? 0REwoRD EQ l,lC2lSZll1t thoughts zmcl hzlp- VA X 7 lDl'l1iI1g'S with thc High Sch rmmw l K friends :md facuhy, mm' scem- , ingly imprcsscrl upon thc miml will g'1':1fl11:1lly tzulc :mul pass, s M X M ffxl In lbflllg' buck and p1'vscrx'c it thvsc nu-murics for smne fu- 45 ture mmncnts of L'lljUyI11Clll is 1 tht' wlmle 1J1ll'pUsL' of this hook. 1 imwf ffr - ' T 0 R P E D 0 Emu! QRDER0 'mm I I F.AXCUI.TY Il CLASSICS I II .XTHLIQTICS IX' I-'URIENSIC K x' ,'XCFl'lX'l'l'IliS YI Fli.AX'I'L'RIiS YII ,ms A -A 1' - 4 1 ,J ' 1153 , " Cl -f Y ,.,:- '1lf:,l'? '." P in V . ZA -f m. Q,. i -1i ' f vm. ..,- .,,.--. 2 f -,,- :4-v V V-5-,, ,1:f 1- - --'F-. g:.g -'f,f fs-grqwfzf-.3 4' -fm' ll' .,.f:fQE.::r- "' -"1 Pi 'N Q' -Q-:X , -- E agua, .-ffh.b,.,LlQm.w-g,ffEZ?H,..,L '- ' f. "" .f .. ,f uf My-A X "if S 3VAQV ifAvT .1 TORPEDU ' A VA' X Hi W Jk. X? K Q ' fi- ' I :I !l.hlTl!gi 2, J SPM! A 1, 'qw YL MMR wiv -l rl 'Wifi si ' v 515 3 It 'X r. ,H R5 -sr E ns -si x' wr ' ' T' 'iff ' W .5 A ' V u f ffm " " 114, B . f . mp 0,6 I NN ' ' I . or 1"- '- H ' P H. ..,, 5 L JN JW, ,.A. ,. .,.i. --!" F' Aa .Q-M ,....:u.. EDICATIO X- X 1 5 xr XXX our of nur appreciation we xxx XX if 1 clecllczlte thxs book to N X Professor B. L. Troup, Q X QQ who both as class instruc- X .x . , tor, zmcl advisor in mak- ing this book Z1 success rx has pruvccl himself our MX true friend. J AS Il Co11c1'ete symbol Q MN wa. ,X fixg 5 or -For ,ff N U , X A 5, arp ZVAWWQ' . 'MAG fy 1 1-f X 'Wy iggqi . 9mWWe.!L4 'fSJ T ORP E D0 RZ 1mQgm'DA'A'5V A3444 N ,,,.1,, , A1 N -,,. 11 I L-31 Mxtu-.niiv u T 0 R P E D 0 'Sh11ef5gms'WA'At hw THE BIG SIOUX "liver L'hZll'1llil10'. ever new, when will the lzmclscape tire the view?" vfilb-31 EDO 'NO X 'W fl ZVAQY7? - '.?'? AKRON PUBLIC SCHOOL You may not like rlcmerits Nur to mind the golden rule, But let me tell you, fellows, 'l'here's no place like school. will-?'7' ' WVTKIUFQ 1 f-ff xv X mf- amuwfazanw f f f nf fr . X X X , av40Wga!fiK4 WAvA'P F A C A U L T Y f f ff I W4 IJ lf, ,ff N f W '-'1'.i0xh-"- - B. L. TROUP, B. A. 5ll1JL'lAil1tCllllC1l1 State 'Teachers Cullcgc Morningside JZ JI :il EDITH L. GILLET, B. A. l'rinci1J:1l linglish lla-s Nluincs University Q. .4 ,N MRS. LYLAH T. COOK, B. A. linglisll Latin Sulmlmlxlmo SIMIIISUI' l'ppcr luwzl University ,-2 ,-z .,-z JEAN PADEN, B. S. AlIlthCll12l'fiCS blunim' Sponsor Drake Lfniversity .,. V . '-1-" , Q - . ""' X 1- - L-.cz I? , i- .. , K: L .. z -. z : A -' ' F- , nf QIWX X 'Tff 5 5 N 9m0V f e .l.. ...'v 1s 'wA? F A C U , L T Y IRENE COONS, A. B., B. S. Educ. Sucizll Scicncc Senior Spmmsm' Drake LvI1iYL'I'Sity Lvl1iYC'1'Silf' uf C'hicz1g'u .4 A8 JZ WORTH L. CONDER Iwllillllll .Xrts .Xg'1'iL'llHl11'C ' .Xthletic luim-W F1'6ShlNCl1 Sponsor Iowa 'l'cz1cI1e1's College at .-z .4 LUCILLE AILES Music licncrzll Science XYl'S1CI'I1 State Nurmzll XL Sp1'iug'field Nurmzll 50110111 f4 -1 f b- C' or D as Q -.1 xii 3xAWW5s-QQ?-..'v iff 'A TORPE 0 tESWA'Lf' OUR JANITOR This page we gladly dedicate to: "JIM" MYERS . .. An Irishman's Prayer Two lrishnien were ship-wrecked off the coast of Seattle. They had been floating around for 18 hours or so when Mike said to Pat: "Pat, don't you think you ought to pray?" llat: "No, l don't think it would do any good." Then after they had been floating around for about lS more hours, l"at said to Mike: "Maybe it would do some good if you would pray." So Pat got down on his knees and clasps his hands, closes his eyes and lifts his head to heaven and prays: Uh, Lord Heavenly Father and Creator, l,ook down on us with mercy and content, For here we have been floating around on this big rolling pond for at least 36 hours without anything to eat or drink. Now Uh, Lord. have mercy on us. If we only set our feet down on dry land once more I swear before You and Mike never to be caught in such a position as this again. Now come yourself, Lord, don't send your son, for this is no boy's job. Amen. jim. 4 F. , . uf Ziff! X df 'S 'a x axmwfma mmm I I ,X , Q x fx U - 0 ' Q Hu L2 In I si? f' if "Z 472 X :lf -X 'xx x awww? . - " " " A A .?, gg is 'WA? S E N I 0 R S 5- 0? x"fnZ-X GICRALIJ SMITH RICHARD KLAUER Zi-tall-athi-n Souiutyg lfootball '23, '24, Alpha Society, Basketball '22, '23, '24, Haskc-tlmall '23, '24g Flass Prosiileiit '2-4: Football '23, '24, Track '233 Operetta School Play '21, '22, '23, '2-1: Opvrvtta '23, '24. '24, "Playing is his toil, work is his re- "Whc-n joy ami cluty clash, creation." l.m-L cluty Qu to smash." li ESS! IC BEN N E'l"I' Glee Club '23, Declan.ato1'y '23, Alpha Societyg Operetta '23, '24, "We just mlon't know what to say about her." ' ICRMA WA'l'l'lRlillRY GENEVIEVE CHRISTENSON Alpha Soc-ii-tyg Declamatory '22, Glen Beta Societyg Declamatory '21, '22, '23, Fluh '2l, '23, '24, Oporctta '24, School Play '24g Operetta '23, '24. "An industrious girl, with a smilcf "A quiet dignity possessed her." L 5 T , '-kv Q! W -l -J. , ' 9' l Q P , fl Q i, " ef ,,.l 'M ', ' ' .2 ,Y ' Niki ,1 'C 4,5 "f gfffqggkj -' 'fray --bg 1 , , , ..., ,,-s,-if, f . 'xig: ?"s"5i2"'fg A " 2"" ,,., ' .za , , i .. ' ' 4 - ' , " :"":"3""3""" "vi '- ' 3VAQV f -l' .r-..., ...'2 .4 T ORP E D0 3, , , ,?. g:i s 'm'AJ S E N I C R S NORMAN DAHL BARTLEY OGDEN Entered from Sioux City '22, Beta So- ciety, Glee Club '23, Editor Torpedo, '24, Treas. Athletic Asso. '24, Operetta '23. '24, School Play '22, '23, '24, Class Vice President '23, Yell Master '23. "There may be greater ones than my- self, but I don't believe it." HILDA HOSCHLER Alpha Society, Business Manager Tor- pedo '24, Sec.-Treas. Class '23, '24, Glee Club '21, '23, Football '24, Operetta '23, '24, "And still they gazed, and still the wonder grew, Tlhat one small head could carry all he knew." Zelateathen -Society, Basketball '21, '23, '24, Class President '23, Yell Mistress '23 "Generally speaking she is-generally speaking." RUTH BROWN MARGARET BURKE Beta Society, Basketball '21, '23, '24, School Play '21, '22, '23, "My ability, Oh that just comes na- tural." Entered from Catholic School, Zetalea- thean Society, Basketball '22, '23, Oper- etta '24, Glee Club '24, "I dl0n't care how you spell my name, I'll change it some day anyway." .S 3mv 7 .4 T ORP E D0 S E N l 0 R S Q gil ' tt! , H JESSE BROWN Football '23g Alpha Socictyg School Play '22, im, .1 DONALD FROSS Beta Societyg Basketball '21, '22, '23g Football '23, '24g Track '23. "Live while you are living, because "Will argue with anybody about any- you are Lffllllg' to be a long time dead." CARYL McCORKLP. thing, whether he knows anything' about it or not." Alpha Societyg Secretary Alpha: Vice President Class '24g School Play '23, '24. "She is little and she is wiseg She is a terror for her SIZE." DICSIA WA L LIN Beta Societyp Basketball '23g Glee Club '21g School Play '24, "Life is a joke, and all things show it, l thought so once, and now I know it." DOROTHY JOHNSON Entered from Alcestel' '23g Basketball '23, '24g Zetaleathean Societyg Treasurer Girl's Basketball '24, "I should worry and have a wrinkle. Me for a laugh and have a mlimple." tg! 'Y E '45 ' -s ' , -.,nw. ., ' 3 X- ' :gg ZVAWW A M -'r 152.4 T ORP E D0 S E N I G R S ,C ,QVKXX e m ' Wikia. . QUIGLEY FLETCHER HAROLD CLARK Beta Societyg Football '24g Track '23, Beta Society. "He fears the wiles of maiden's "Eat, drink and be merry for tomor- smiles." row we may have to work." EDITH JOHNSON MABLE KJOSE Entered from Alcester '23g Zetaleathean Zetaleathean Societyg Basketball '23, '24. Societyg Glee Club '22, '23g Basketball , , , "If sllence were gold, I'd be a mllhon- '23, '24g Operetta '23. airef' "None but herself can be her parallel." - 1 av v f ! - -112.4 TORPEDO N i' YE CLASSE HISTORIE ln the eventful year of nineteen hundred and twenty, a class thirty strong marched into the halls of Akron High School, planning to take it by storm, yet when it came down to the real facts we were timid and shy, but willing to learn the ways and means of this great institution of knowledge. The first few months of that first year was spent getting twisted about, losing our way to different class rooms and finding out that the four subjects that were selected for us were somewhat harder than the eight or nine that we had been taking in the grades. That was the debut of the present class of 1924. Since the time of our first entrance to the present time the num- ber has dwindled down to nineteen. Since the advent of our entrance many familiar faces have disappeared. however many new ones have entered. The class of '24 has always held a prominent place in all lligh School activities throughout its career. In ath- letics we always had our share of men on the team. The girls of the class won the lnterclass Basketball champion- ship for both 19.23 and 1924. The boys captured the Inter- class Tournament in their junior year. In 1923 they took the lnterclass Track Meet by a large margin. ln socal activities the class of '24 has held a prominent place. They were always original in their entertainments and parties. In llramatics and Declamatory they have always been well represented, making up about two thirds of the cast of lligh School plays and taking first in Declamatory con- tests. tlur lligh School career has been a most pleasant one. No matter in what direction we may take after graduation we can never forget the good times we have had in Arkon lligh School, and it is not without regret that we take our leave. AI H N CLASS OFFICERS lresident, Gerald Smith Vice President, Caryl McCorkell Secretary-Treasurer, Bartley Ogden llower: American Beauty Colors: Red and NVl1itc Motto Nullo vestigia retrosiem QRetrace not your footstepsj 1'A0V f ! f'T 15.4 T ORPE D0 Q PU l LOOKING INTO THE CRYSTAL There appears a slight mistg it gradually grows darker. Something seems to be darting across the sphere. It is everywhere at once. It upsets everything else. Upon looking closer it reveals itself: Donald Cross, ath- letic coach, dictator of sports, Ruble Iowa. Far up the street a resturant, Alma Anderson and Mable Kjose, pro- prietors, home made pastry. Next door is the office of the "VVeekly Disturber," Bartley Ogden, editor. Above the office a beauty parlor, Mlle. Desia VVallin, proprietress. Cliart has a real permanent wave.j ln the same building, that terrific brunette stenog, Caryl McCorkle, the terror of many a business man's wife. g A little farther down the street, Gerald Smith, commercial operator. CgSlasher of many a concert.j The scene shifts to a dark overcrowded district of tenement and board- ing houses. Looking into the window of the upper story the living Iidgar Allen Poe sits in the form of Harold Clark, a genius, struggling with his art and five cats CPoe used the family cat for a foot warmerj. This scene fades, Iowa City hoves into view, Richard Klauer has at last realized his life's ambition-college-after patiently teaching for the past fifteen years. Also, Bessie Bennett is a modest principal of one of the city's schools. Bobbed hair intact, Dorothy johnson, fast star in the All State basketball team, now instructor in girl's athletics, University of Iowa. Hilda Hoschler, Iowa City's heart smashing nurse. Bad business except for Dick Hauck, furniture dealer and undertaker. On the beach, a vast expanse of water, Spike Brown and Spuds An- derson, life savers, "My Hero," "Oh Boys." The Great Out Doors: Peg Burke, foreman on the ranch of Runt Ross, a three powder-puff woman and a two gun man. Back to habitation, Genevieve Christenson has successfully run a coun- try school without the demerit system. Somewhere this side of the Rockiesg Ruth Brown, authoress of the world famous "Roughing It on Mars" is making coffee over an open fire on the plains of Canada. Pierpont Morgan's bankg Edith Johnson has won, through the co-operation of VV. I.. Conder, world renowned agriculturist, and is depositing the 310,000 cash prize offered by the Department of the Interior for answering the question, "Why do you feed beef cattle ?" Again the scene shifts backs to little old Akron and what have we here? An addition to the original Dahl store conducted by the honorable Norman, minety stories have made almost a skyscraper. But, listen, Doc Fletcher has made his air castles a reality, he has constructed the "City above the Clouds." 1975. -Ruth Brown. " via-vZ'z Art -.1 was ZVAWYV'-5.12" fi. 2,4 TORPEDU LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT XVe, the class of 1024, of the City of Akron, County of Plymouth, and State of Iowa, do make. publish and declare this our last Will and Tes- tament, that is to say: Firstly, l, Alma Anderson, give and bequeath to Toodles johnson, City of Akron, my knowledge of the study of Physics. Secondly, l, Mable lijose, give and demise to Margaret Murphy, City of Akron, my Domestic Science accomplishments. Thirdly, I, lidith -Iohnson, bequeath to .Iunice Nasland, City of Akron, my school girl complexion. lfourthly. l, Donald Cross, give to Darrell johnson. my ability to kid the coach. lfifthly, l, Desia XYallin. give and demise to Veda llucket, City of Akron. my classy style. Sixthly, l, Genevieve Christensen, give and bequeath to Muriel Talbott, City of Akron, my dramatic abilities. Seventhly, l. Bartley Ogden, give and bequeath to lra llammer, City of Akron, one good Ford, no parts missing but the engine. Iiightbly, l, lierald Smith, give and demise to Verle Allen, City of Akron, my latest success, "How to Wfin and llold a NVoman." Ninthly, l, Margaret Burke, give and bequeath to Valda lirickson, City of Akron, my affairs of the heart. Tenthly. l, llilda Hoschler, give and bequeath to Viola Maynard, City of Akron, my experiences after 3 A. M. lileventhly, l, Caryl McCorkell, give and bequeath to Uma Ogden, City uf Akron, my powers of keeping a straight face. Twelfthly, l, Richard Klauer, give and demise to Donald XYaterbury, City of Akron, my tendency toward bachelorhood. Thirtecnthly, l, Ruth Brown, give and demise to Bernice Burnett, City of Akron, my "Reveries of a Bachelor Maid." Fourteenthly, I. Quigley Fletcher, give and bequeath to Karl Young- strom, City of Akron, my profound imagination. liifteenthly, l, llarold Clark, give and bequeath to Chester Bean, City of Akron, my poetical temperament. Sixteenthly, l, Norman Dahl, give and demise to Robert Brown, City of Akron, my fast business like manner. Seventeenthly, l, 'Iesse Brown, give and bequeath to Fahy Replogle, City of Akron, my llart. Schaffner and Marx form. liighteenthly, l, Bessie Bennett, give and demise to Eleanor Paulson, City of Akron, my imported curls tSouth Sea lslandsj. .?1 ., it .amen it X www Nineteenthly, I, Dorothy johnson, give and demise to Harvey Talyor, City of Akron, my rippling txvhite cappedj laughter. Twentiethly, I, lirnia XN'aterbury, give and bequeath to llerbert Cun- inigham, City of Akron, my sudden inspiration in laboratory work. Twenty-firstly, All the rest and residue of our property, real and person- al, and mixed of which we shall pass out siezed or possessed, we give, de- mise and bequeath to the Akron Public School. Txventy-secondly, NVe hereby nominate and appoint the 1924 Torpedo to be the executor of this will. Twenty-thirdly, We hereby revoke any and all former wills by us made. In testimony whereof we have hereunto set our hands and seal this first day of April, in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and twenty- lour. Caryl McCorkell Dorothy johnson Quigley Fletcher Norman Dahl Harold Clark Hilda Hoschler Iidith johnson Bartley Ogden Donald Cross Margaret Burke Desia VVallin Gearld Smith Erma Xkfatefhury Genevieve Christenson Mable Kjose Richard Klauer 16556 Rroxvn Bessie Bennett Ruth Brown Signed, sealed, published and declared by the above class of 1924, and for their last will and testament in the presence of each of us, who in the presence of the class of 1924, at its request and in the presence of each other, have hereunto subscribed our names as Witnesses: B. L. Troup. Irene M. Coons. Subscribed to and sworn to in my presence, this first day of April, nineteen hundred and twenty-four. CSea1j NOTARY PUBLIC SVAWWAL'-E-2r.."' fl I .4 T 0 R P E D 0 XSWNAC' ' vfilhi-3 ' 5 P3-.shin i avmytyi fa TORPEDO US Gerald Smith is the radio fan. lle does for his class whatever he can. lint when it comes to the Annual Staff VVhat little he does would make one laugh. Ruth llrown, the scholarly girl, Wlhen it comes to Physics, shels a whirl. ller daily dozen she never fails to take For her beauty and her health's sake. Norman Dahl is not a handsome man, lint if he can't date 'em, nobody can. lle's business like and smart, XVith him the class would surely hate to part. llesia W'allin with dimpled cheek lt isn't her way to be timid or meek. She's known as "Honey" for many a mile, She has everyone captured by her pleasant smile. liartly Ogden is handsome and keen, lf ia fives him the "ack" he finds his own tueen. is lle's secretary and treasurer of the class, Ile keeps our money and records our past. Bessie llennett of speaking fame llopes some day to have a great name. She's got good sense, she's smart and witty, Real modest and quite pretty. Quigley Fletcher is jolly and good, lle does his work well as evryone shouldg And on girls he doesn't dote They seem somehow to get his goat. lirma XVaterbury is soon to be teaching school, ller greatest aim is to keep strict rule. She's had her hair bobbed for quite a while, ln order to be in the latest style. ' r f 1 -" " il' X X13 5 ZVAWW SQ -M -" if .4 T R E D0 XNWNA8' Jesse Brown is not so slow As first appearance might go to show. He's been going to High School for so long, NYe're beginning to think to the faculty he must belong. Richard Klauer is "slow but sure." For his bashfulness he needs a cure. He is athletic and makes his grade too, That's more than lots others can do. Genevieve Christenson is happy and gay But she always wants to have her own way. A school teacher she fain would be, How cross she is, we'll wait and see. Donald Cross the football star. ln basketball he's up to par. An example he'd be for one in despair To keep on trying il you want to get there. VV'hen it comes to basketball Dorothy Johnson beats them all. lf you see Carrie, Dorthy's sure to be near But if you don't see her, her voice you'll soon hear. Margaret Burke with golden hair .Had it bobbed so it would take less care. As a pianist she has become famous, Her other qualities make girls envious. lf length of time measures the merit of the job, Harold Clarke would be the smartest of the mob. As the knowledge of the Seniors is on the same plane, lle must have spent his time in raising cane. To see what Alcester lost in '22 At Edith Johnson take a view. In Civics class she takes the cake Cn the good recitations she can make. Mable Kjose who comes from the country to school, Has never been known to break a rule. She's always studying and is a good scholar, To know how she does it would be worth many a dollar. with-3' AV X win Q2 ZVAWW - .- A" If .4 T ORP E D0 XSWNA. l.ast but not least we've llilda to greet. ln the dance hall she's light on her feet. She was the president for '23 She made a good one, we all agree. Hut, before all this eoines to an end l,et others speak of the one that never pretends. Caryl, though of a reserved and quiet disposition ls always there when the elass needs a composition. -By Caryl lNlcCorkel1 ,4 ,sz ,-z VARIATIONS ON A THEME T11 ICM I-I "No matter how fast a fish may swim, lle never perspiresf' I As Chaucer might have tampered with it, long ago: Xvhan that the fishe through the wattre cutte He goeth quik yette never do he sweatte. II As old Hill Shakespeare might have told it: .N fish that swiftly through the surf may speed, XVill never sweat, although right strange doth seem: ln such a way do cows oft. III .Xs R. L. Stevenson might have told it: The fish are swimming all around, They swim in every seag lf every one of them would sweat flow horrid it would be. IV As XYalt XYhitman might have put it: Uh, shad! Oh halibut! Uh, piekerel, mackerel, cod! Salmon, bass, and perch- Uh, whale! Uh, herring! Oh, paddock! Uh, baked fish, stewed fish, fried fish, poor fish! Uh, Shark and Iiel and Seal- llail ye all and to my story hark. No matter how fast a fish swims--I wish To tell you that he never perspires! v-"win--6 "1 QV oxnase v 3vAOW g:wA - T R P D 0 Svbxege-:.xs'WA'A8 my TER ABY ff HRTOG iii K HY "SN w X'- o EOUNDT X--1 Rg,0N QE F M N-' Y 'r ul: Y. NXTTI 115 T 'gym mms l SME? V Q J 9' D nfmmf. ,,, 9 O Guaz:N." ' i - ' KN-xmgnuaunj ff. , l' gf 'AXP' X 'fflr 'i -TS amfkibgga rv M m' MID-YEAR CLASS OF 1925 , '4 -Y-'W' ' - A1 l l X76 l l T l l 5 f' l l he My ' RICHARD HAUCK Class lhcsiclexit '22, School Play '22 '23, Uperctta '24, Basketball '23 '24, Football '24, Beta SOCi6ty. Dick leaves a soft spot in every girl's heart. A 3 A! LESLIE ROSS Operetta '24, Alpha Society. Runt may he little hut, he can get away with a lot. .4 tsl ,s SPERLING ANDERSON Alpha Socicty. Spucls is a good sport. and a woman hater. ,IE 3 ,fl ALMA ANDERSON QNot presentj ,. , , ,Y nf 427. X ,Sf 5 xr , 3vA0V fim .., ....'z mmm fx TN which Couple? r!,,, MQW!! T 0 R P E D 0 ei slwm J U N I O R S .l E - WILLIAM HOSCHLER EVELYN HOSCHLER "A little child will lead them." "She talks, then talks, and still she talks." OIVIA OGDEN DARREL JOHNSON "I will net let my Studies interfere "If he could talk as fast as he thinks, with my education." he could tell riddles to the Sphinx." CLIFFORD JOHNSON ORA TALBOT "A m0fl0St lad-" "Speech is human, silence is divine." VIOLA MAYNARD "Thy modesty is a candle to thy "A dashing young heart-breaker." merit." HARVEY TAYLOR LINNERT ANDERSON "Hold the fort, I am coming." 4mWi ' f 1 TORPEDU A' f , . .W X ' s . 1 hs- -I so r 5 1 4-J L. 4 il 9 J U N I O R S 'flaw .t':1::12TET.S-- ..-ai.. ,ln ... ' BERNICE BURNETT TED CUMMINS "An interesting person, of whom it is "Ask Bernice." said, She likes many things, especially Ted." CONRAD RIELY CARRIE AKERS "The wind bloweth, but T10 0119 "If wit were wisdom, Ye Gods, anoth- lisvtenethf' er Solomon." LYNN BOOTH PEARL HENDRIEKS "A budding author." "In her quietness there is charm." MILTON ERICSON ' I IM - "Ten thousand Swedes ran through OAIIHER Cl MINS the Weeds, in the battle of Copen- "Aw, come 011, take my advice, never hagenf' bother your Cranium." V il ' 'la Il'9 s1 'N Zmwffmi-5-.'f lla TORPEDO -..:,ytNDA'Atl A-B-C's OF THE JUNIOR CLASS A Stands for A. ll. S. lt's old, yet it's new, For this year it belongs To the .lunior crew. B ls for llerniee. Sueeess and long life Rest in late years ,lfrom all turmoil and strife. C Stands for Coons So little, but mighty Nothing will pass llut an average of ninety. F Stands for fun. l'll bet you a treat In the long run The juniors ean't be beat. I Stands for Ignorance Something unknown To the pupils here, As they have plainly shown. L ls for l,innart. XYho seems so meek and quiet, Hut when things go wrong, There is surely to lie a riot. Ols for Order Our teachers keep. But my, how we tremble Down in our seats RStands for Runt. lle's a very nice lad l'le's seldom good liut never bad. V ls for Yigor NYith which we all work, No one around us ls allowed to shirk. Z Stands for Zero So round on the slate, lf you get many of them, You'll flunk sure as fate. -1 V'-if -if it SX 1-. CLASS OFFICERS President. Uma Ogden Yiee l'resident, Carrie Akers SCCTGtllfj'-rlll'6ZlSl1I'CT, Clifford johnson l'ilUXX'Cl'I Sunburst Ruse Colm: Royal Blue and White BuTuzvm CLASS HISTORY ln the fall uf Wil, vve, the bluniur elass, first entered upon nur High Sclippl career. liarly in that first year we elected 'llllt'lMlll1'Zl Yeatun for nur president. livelyn llosh- ler nur secretary-treasurer. and Miss Zinnnernian class sp11nsur. Our first party vvas held at the Ogden home. ln our Slllll1lJlllOl'C year we elected lierniee liurnett president. Iivelyn llnshler vice president and Uma Ogden treasurer. XYe vvere nut very active during our S11pl1mnore year, due nmstly to faculty regulation. VVe have advanced again and are nmv juniors. This year vve elected Uma Ogden as president. Carrie .Xkers as vice president and Clifford Johnson as treausrer. VVe have alvvays taken part in all school activities, and have alvvays heen strongly represented in must of them. CLASS POEM XYe're lllll of hits of knowledge. NVe're full of lots of pep NVe know what KYC.l'C here for XYe like ourselves you het Wie feel so surry for the lireshies lt's just hecause they're 1n11sh. The Suplimiitwes are so simple XYe've never seen the such. The Seniors. vvell we can nut say. But still we knmv for sure lf vve ,luniurs have our way NVe'll he as smart as they some day. amwamav Tffg TORPEDO M,,,ife.g:xs'WA'Atl viimifl TViRdMi i T 0 R P E D Os .e etstmit THE CHASE Ile hugged her to his lmreast, and ran, lord how he did run. XYould he ever get her there in safety? My what a chase. Ilis pursuers closed in upon him. XYould he ever make that haven of safety that lay hefore him? The lifeless hurden in his arms heeame the sole ohjeet of his endeavors. hut of what use was she to him, panting and gasping for hreath himself? lle wondered why the air he knew to he imprisoned in her hosom did not force its way out in that moment of strain and excitement. lle ruhhed his hand across the skin he loved to touch. ll was cold and elammy now. Perhaps he should open the tight laeings ahout her lmody. lXlayhe she would hegin to hreath again. Une gasp and a shudder and she closed liniply to his emhraee. Should he drop her and flee from that mad moh hehind him, leaving' her to her fate? No. he would never do that. Sooner would he fall into the hands of his foe. for he loved the limp form that rested in his arms. They would fall togetherf he decided. Now they were almost there. XVith one final plunge he had gained safety, hut one of his pursuers got him and they fell together. Hut he didn't eare now, for he had carried the now deflated foothall for a touchdown. 3 .4 .93 JUNIOR FAILINGS tlather Cummins ,,,,, Flunked Latin Viola lNlaynard.,. ,..,......... Giggling Yiolet Crow .,,,, li high's Uma Ogden .... ..., . Studying L'onrad Riely , ......... .,......... L iift of Gab Sperling .Xnderson ., ,, Dodging' VVomen l.ynn Booth , ,,,,,,,,,. . ......,,...,, liluffing 'l'ed Cummins .. . VVomen lfvelyn Iloshler ,..,,,,,,,, Latin Leslie Rfwss .........................,......... The Teachers -Evelyn Hoshler. f-- M , N YN 'i 5 s L C KX: UWL E... Z9 ff N XT' W R X ?,J'1 WN '1 4f'A,K EVE H ff! f CX N Bw I XXX! X X X- NN N fb, ifififwrf V N h p,! Wm MM Vwnu ff' 5" X 1 M f 1 X ,, 1 X H X! X lljqwfwix ,fjhbfmjywfvxxg lj! J 1 Q fc ' YQIHH? QT 1 -51 NUT! w ff I I. ' V WU? X with I x QVAWW-ff...-gag-1".. A A ,JM A 0 R P E D 0 SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS Presizlem, Karl YHl1I1Q'Sll'Ull1 Vice l'l'CSiilCIll, llmmlml XYz1tc1'lm1'y SCCI'L'tZl!'j'-'lq1'6ZlSl1I'C1', Ulive Hzxfslezul Class liclitmy Karl Yuungstrmn Flmxrr: A-'Xstcrs Culurs: Purple and XVl1itc Motto There is no trait umrc striking than CUIIIIHUYI sense 5vAWWas.,v -v agtwgvjfl SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY ,X poet has saicl, "Happy is the nation that has no history." ancl, when it is consiclererl that the history of many nations ancl organizations con- sists usually uf a recital of its troubles and strife, the truth of this comment cannot be rlisptitefl. This class is especially conspicuous in that-in the aforementioned sense-it has no class history. lt is as remarkable for its peaceful recorfl as for the brilliant acoinplishment of its members. ln nineteen hunclrecl twenty-three. this class Ito use the slang expressionj "showed its stuff" in the following manner. They won the inter-class basketball tournament. This same year, even though Freshies, they took a second in the inter- class track meet, the junior class of that year tak- ing first. .Xnother peculiar but happy turn in their his- tory was the marriage of two of their members, both of them lvatsj. This class also contains some of the best ora- tory ancl athletic ability in the high school. The result of intelligence anrl ability. combinecl with their unshalien belief in thc saying that, "ln union there is strength," this class succeeclecl in making thus far a most brilliant ancl unusual recorcl, anfl no other than an illustrious future can be preclictecl for this to be class of '26, -.X Sophomore. f ns l fl QYQYP? A TORPE DO Sl' ?"j9'T'4yAvAj A SOPHOMORES SOLILOQUY Once upon an evening dreary, I was wrestling weak and weary XYith some Geometric problems I had never seen before. 'l'hinking idly of Miss Padcn, By whose edict we were laden, O, Geometry's a bore. As 1 sat some rule repeating All my soul within me burning, l decided to wait the morrow, And try Civics for a while. XVho is governor ol the state? When did he become a candidate? U, l can't recall the date, ln my brain its not on file. Long I, sat there madly yearning, All my soul within be burning, Longing thinking thoughts no student liver dared to think before. O, begone all demonstration, How I wish my education And the hour of graduation, VVere a memory of yore. But at last my soul grew stronger, Hesitating then no longer l take up my linglish classic, And l o'er its pages poured. This is my only salvation, So l make close application, l will a demonstration NN'hen I. enter that classroom door. But why be so melancholy VVhen so much in life is jolly? For a Sophomore it is folly To think of work alone. ln Athletics we're excelling, ln Dramatics we're compelling, All the classes now are telling 'l'hey've never seen the like of us before. -Yalda liricson I '-'-Z "Z 577. X 'ff as y T 01" 1!"'f,'f' fVA TORPEDO N 11 KX if ff S 'wi f 1 , W 7 V 1 lb-3 'L TV AX xii 7 T 0 R P E D 0 M'lExQ5XSWl'M FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Vrcsiclcnl. lfllrcrt Ym111g'st1'm11 Yicc l'1'csirlc-nt. Lester .Xznlfs Sca'rctz11'y-'l'1'n':1s111'c1'. lflmlmm Hflltlj' Class i'.cl1tm'. lxlflun lirzuly Flower: XYl1itc L':1rn:1tim1 C'ulm's: Green and NYl1ite M.,u.,1 lmmfm 11, rise ' y IL JQ 1 f' viilp-C 1 - S1 was 1 9vAWW.La14..-J:-,.'r S'A1as1111:11s'WNM l IN MEMORIAM JOHN FRANCIS MARCH 1 910-1 923 IRENE BURKE 1910-1923 lX1XX'Zl5'S the 1c1111e1'cs1 1111115 they 121146 1,111'C 211111 1111'e1y 211111 1111116111611 11'11c11 ll gift 1111111 111111 1111-y'11 111:1kc. .X111':11's 11111 1'111111' fm' 11111 111110 c11i111. - -.'X11Z11D1Ct1. 3vAWWeift-gi-.it 25.4 TORPEDU RSWNA, THE FRESHMAN CLASS Un September 3. WIS. there entered the .Xkron lligh School the won- der Freshman class of 30 strong. From the first we have tried to take part in the school activities and we have been very successful in the attempt. In Athletics we came out strong. Two of the Freshmen won foot- ball suits and made a good showing at the game. The only man that didn't miss a practice was a Freshman and we think that that deserves honorable mention. Three Freshmen received basketball suits and we have a feeling that before another year is over, we'll be the backbone of the team. In Dramatics we again came out strong. The mid-winter play claimed two of our muuber for important parts. ln Declamatory we made a fine showing, getting second place in the contest. ln tilee Club and Uperetta the Freshmen lived up to their reputation. Our first party was held December 22. and it showed that as a class we could have a fine time together socially. XVhen sleighing was at its best it did not take us long before we were enjoying a bob sled party, FRESHMEN POEM XYe are the Freshmen tried and true, XYe stand for each other, we're all true blue: XXX' fight for the right, we're sure to win, XYe tackle the odds with lots of vim. The Freshmen come out for every game, You sec wt-'re striving for undying fame. lint if we can't win it, wc won't cry or snort For wc are good losers in every sport. lVe Freshmen are a lively bunch, For now and then I get a hunch That the time is drawing nigh XYhen we'll be the life of .Xkron lligh. You can not fathom the mystery Of the Freshmen of today, Till we've written our name in history, And have it there to stay. -Clarence Baldwin. f' 'v-'ill-i-315' elif TX 1 o Y v 9VAWW.b1?'.."AJ TURPF-D0 A ..,i, Q 4WNA! THE MANUAL TRAINING CLASS In manual training class our skill surpasses, Our ability to learn in other classes. There are some that's regular sharks, But I'll not make any remarks. If you don't put away, brace and bit, Conder cruelly recites some ready wit, And the fellow at whom his frolicking tongue is aimed, Tries to look like he was wrongly blamed. Sometimes we get to playing, just two or three, Then Concler yells, "To the assembly with thee. XYhen you start a tray," he says. "weave it tight." Next day he says, "Take it apart its a sight." And it don't do any good to rave or foam, For he won't get mad or send you home. Sometimes he goes in and lights the glue, Then he comes out and says to you "Now go in and glue your board up right, Then we'll leave it stand over night." Hut in the morning you look and. lo, lt's warped into a perfect rainbow. Now if Conder reads this and doesn't get mad, llll tell the world l'll sure be glad. -Clarence Baldwin. l ,:' 1 'Y "Ir 5.175 X TNF 5 'T' x WWW T 0 R P E D 0 Bxkh ize,--Q m- 'DAM JUNIOR HIGH SCHUUL FACULTY FACULTY ANNA SOLBERG HEDWIG ZIMMERMAN l,I'il1Ci1JZ1l llenvcr L'nix'ersity ljfilkl' l'nix'0rsity Imvzz Stats rIii'ZlChC1'S College .4 .-z .sz EIGHTH GRADE K iuwffi-r -..'f A T ORP E D0 i stwml SEVENTH GRADE The Seventh Grzule organized the Outluuk and Prugressive Societies in October. These literaries, given every Friday. consist of current events. read- ings. and discussions on certain tupics. Parlimen- tary drill is taught and each pupil is encouraged to express his mvn individuality as much as pos- sible. l,I'C'SlflClII. ,,,, . Secretary .,,,.,.. l"residcnt , Secretary .,,,,... PROGRESSIVE OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester ,. ..,,, Dean Hammer. ..,,.,, , .,,,,,.... ..... l lavid Nall .,,,,,.,.,,liC'lI 1mlcle11,..,,.,,,,., ,..,,CZl1'l .Xndcrson OUTLOOK OFFICERS First Semester Secund Semester .,,......l'em-I .Miclersmim ,Sarah Uroff ...Lloyd l.unherg....... ,,....Russ Snyder Zuma-121.4-..'i QT. ., a, IRSWNAK TO THE EIGHTH GRADE Dear lfighth tirarle Class of twenty-four, Your junior lligh work soon is o'er. lfor many mlays l'x'e with you heen :Xml taught you with both tongue ancl pen. I know you as you're known to few just what you ean and can not :lo ,Xml now with hut the kinclest thought 'l'o you this poem l have hro't. l"an1e's lamlfler some will elimlm. I ween Tho' that remains as yet unseen -lust as l see you now l write .X few kincl worcls ancl then "Goodnight," Ralph, our llistorian, first I see :Xml his friencl ,lake a 'Rloetor to lie." No noliler llttfl eoulal boyhood have, Than healing siek ancl making glad. Hur musician and artist next we meet. XYith hearts so true and smiles so sweet. llazel ancl Uliye always right there, 'l'heir motto is, "I'll clo ancl flare." Llust give Nellie a title, she'll clo the rest, ller story. they will he the lmest. lfayetta lets her this honor take Hut in her a name she'll make. lie it clark or he it fair Frientl XYillie says he rloesn't care. If all almout him start to worry lle says. "lie ealm ancl clo not hurry." The girls tlo never shirk a clot lfrom morn till night they're lment on tho't hlosie aml tilatlys clo their best They always work. nor think of rest. Russell ancl l'aul are next in line Their frienrlship incleetl is very fine 'l'ho' different in their tho'ts are they XXI- hope Dame Fortune comes their way. ywifb-?'i P it ix XI? v 5x4W4.ei-1-2-..H 124 TDR EDO -.:-5Xs'WA'A8 NYith nothing but smiles does Constance greet ,-X girl like her we fain would meet, ller brother Clifford improves each year And so for him we need not fear. Letha and Gladys are new to us all, Coming to Akron just last fall Both are hoping Freshmen to make .-Xn interest in their work they take. lf absent. we miss l"aul's sunny face If well he's always in his place 'I'he rest of us like to hear him deelaim l.ike lloward he says, "l,et's play the game." Gilbert and Lloyd, so quiet are You know not if they're near or far Hut if you ask, you hear reply, "l'm answering. this is I." In making baskets Julia will show The opposing team that she's not slow .Xrta's another whose willing to do ln work or play she's kind and true. If for something' original in art you ask Call on lya or Lloyd they'll do the task ln ideas of their own they're sure to excel NVhat they'll draw next we cannot tell. Our llolland Miss is sure to please And put you at once entirely at ease Friend Garvis should get the idea, "I can." XYe feel he'll make a fine young man. lflmer and Royal not least, if last. XYith much of good may their lot be east Morning and noon never late are they lint steady and prompt from day to day. Now Freshman Class of Twenty-five Ile this the good for which you strive. lie kind, be true and do your best Then surely, you will stand, "l,ife's Test!" v-Q15-31 l' 6-unify i TORPEDO s..,,f.,.gxs'm'A8 f , ,M l ' . Q fs s as H f f 2-:fill 'Mix G E 1' xg' l ' 1: , In f xy ' . u A ' , 'i V -x -A fi 'X X lf ' lx fi,i"1,,f ,X If f X -,ii 'XXX W Q O l 1 wg , il 2 Q il' i' lm? .L "" llifli 2 ' l V A N , V fx- if fl, '- il 1 R1 X l -Q A . , l M 1 3 , ' 4 vkx, - "' . Jaw A W ,- .1L... i ' s Y l':1ul ll.: "l c:m'1 mzilcc my clruwiiig ul' :i rzllqlmit luuk like :mytliing lmut 21 fluuilu-5' lyi11g1lum'11." H .4 3 lluring Mifl-wintci' tl-st: "XYl1:1t's thc matter. Willie?" XX'illic: "l'm stuck, l Cilllll gn fm'xx':1i'rls or l1:1ckwarcls." L4 L4 .59 ' Miss Zinnm-riiizinz "XX'l1:1t wus the name given to the Spanish fleet?" Ycrnmi: "'l'lic inviszilmlc .Xrmzulz1." L4 3 8 Miss Sulslu-i'g': "Name sonic inmlern inventi1ms." lliiwzmlz "XX':igmi zmrl lTl1gg'y.n 8 .Sl JF fllivv: nXYll2ll'S that lwump mi ywui' llCZlCl?H .Xrtriz "'l'l1z1t's wlu-rc Il lliuuglit struck nu-f' ,4 ,sz ,4 XYli:it l'UUlll can nu mic UHICI'?--A-lXlllSllI'00lll. 3 N -.35 Miss Ziiiiiiicrmzmz "lluw was iron cliscm'erecl?" Olin- AX. lmisumlcrstzmclingquestimil1 "'l'licy smelt it." 'iyl , F, A, 44" 1. iff, X fffzf 5 5 x 9m0Wfs.E4-a-...- MMM f' XX 'X X11 f'WUfQ3fw, ll V if 1 H , ' A . gJ UA'A Name 'lf f.llIlHllillS llzzuck Y,,,,,,, DI, KIZIIICY, Smith, R. Klzuu-r Unlcbvin, Metz ..... .. Clark, . XV:1tcrbury, . Lloxsw ,..,,, U. Cummins f4ll11I1i11g'hZllN if Tlzmck ,w.. Ii. Ogden- M. Ffricksmm Reiley '.,, ., ., I!!l1N111CI Neskc FOOTBALL LINE UP Position Games Played C. Cl. G. T T. RIC FB LE QR RH LH Sub Sub Sub Sub Sub THE SCRUBS ..MxWfh.xWxVfz...lWxM..A'U Wm...lWxM.""'A -1 QVAWV E L.. . il? .i giih l-3- :N m'A' SCHEDULE Games Date llersfurd ,,,,,,,, ,7,,..A x N. ....,7,., -X. H. S. ,,,, Sept. 21 0 Orange City ,AA, ,,,,... x 's. ...A,,,,. -X. ll. Y,,, Sept. 29 ..,,,,,, lf? LeMars ,YYY,,,,., ,,,.,., x 's. ,,,,.,,,. K. H. S. ,,,,.,.. Oct. 5 13 Yermillion ..A,. ,,.,AA. x 's. .,,,..., A. H. S. .... Oct. 12 ..... ...5-l Elk lluint ...,.. ....... x .,.,..,.. L X. H. S. ........ Oct. 19 7 Huck Valley ,,,. .,.,,,, X 's. .,.,.... A. H. S. ....,,., NOV. 2 13 llawarden .... .... x ......., A. H. S. ........ Nov. 10 29. lflk Point ...... vs. ........ A. H. S. ........ Nov. 29 31 AKRON vs. BERSFORD The first of the season was played with llersfurd, S. D., on the home field. The squad put up a real fight making it impossible for the opponents lu get a score. The game ended with the final score of 0 to O. AKRON vs. ORANGE CITY The High Scliunl eleven niet the Orange City team on the home field Friday, September 29. The game was played on a muddy field, which was a set hack for both teams. Three intercepted passes won the game for Or- ange City. The final score being 19 to 0. THE TEAM f vi - A . l Cross, Metz, Cunningham, U. Cummins Baldwin, Smith, Hauck, T. Cummins, J. Klauer R. lilauer. Clark vin.-31 p A Ile 105.-new T OR E D0 AKRON vs. LEMARS The loeal aggregation met the fast Lehlars team Friday, October 5 at Lehlars. The game was a hard fought battle all the way through. Cun- ningham starred for .-Xkron my making a 45 yard run for a touchdown. The game ended with the score at 13 to 6, in favor of LeMars. AKRON vs. VERMILION Friday, Uetober 1.2, the high eleven met defeat at the hands of the Yer- milion squad. Akron was outweighed 20 pounds to the man. They gave the heavier team a stiff fight. AKRON vs. ELK POINT The local team defeated the Elk Point squad October 19, by a score of 25 to 7. The game was an easy victory for Akron, being featured by long end runs and line smashes. AKRON vs. ROCK VALLEY The lligh School team was defeated by Roek Valley Friday. November 3. The game was played on the home field. The final score being 13 to 0. AKRON vs. HAWARDEN Akron lligh Sehuol met defeat at llawarden, Friday, November 10. The final score was 29 to 0. AKRON vs. ELK POINT The last game of the season was played at Elk Point Thanksgiving day, It resulted in a defeat for Akron, the final score being 31 to O. -Hilda Hosehler. m0W" !- - I TORPEDU ,?fTi'wA Y -N. 'T 's W- -X i K N ' I .J 5. 1 , up J THE THANKSGIVING GAME Thanksgiving day dawned bright and clear, We thought our second victory was near. XYe went to Iilk Point gay as larks, Thinking we'd eat them up like sharks. We went to the field, lined up like we always do, But they took the ball and pierced our line thru. XVe stood in our tracks and watched them go by, Then we raised an awful cry. The referee had good stuff under his belt, But the result of 'his stuff was keenly felt. He had a bad habit, he'd open his mouth wide "Fifteen yards, Akron off-side." They finally got lucky and took it across, But we didn't feel yet that the game was lost. This game was no joke, as we thought before, So we resolved that they would do it no more. It began to look hopeless sure as could be, For they made two touchdowns and then got three. At last we seemed not to be playing at all, XYe just let them run around with the ball. The game ended at last, we went to the showers, And believe me our friends didn't say it with flowers. But next year give another chance, And we'll die in the attempt or make those birds dance. BUT That game was entirely lost. The lesson we learned was dear. Other teams have learned the same, So let me jot it down here, "Don't be over-confident." THAT lesson will never be forgotten, NVe'll remember it till we're dead, It proves just how perfectly rotten, A man plays when he's got the "big-head." --Clarence Baldwin. ZMV EZ-.a f 1? .4 T ORP E D0 w BASKET BALL Stnmling: Kluticr. fruss, fillllllllilli Smith, lizllclwiu. Sitting: Kicly, l. Hzlmiiicr. R. llztuck, .-Xzllfs, tcuziclij Lfqndq-r If, ll mi im-r, L. llnurl i K lzuxc r 77,,. R. llztuck l russ ,,,, Vtiiiiiiiiiis I. llzmimcr lrctnm 'P .Xkroii ll IYCUIII ll Akrnni IU i.ilmcrty 25 .Xkrmi 5 LINE UP SCHEDULE XYcstficlcl 19 Akron 20 Liberty 9 Akron 11 XVestfiQld 9 Akrmi 34 Liuzircl ,. Ciuzlrtl Center I"m'w:11'1l Fm'wz1i'cl Merrill 11 :Xkruu 23 I,cM11rs 26 ,-Xkrou 10 Morrill 25 Akron 14 V 4 rf - 'fs - 1 Qu W 'r ,fa TORPEDO R211 -...,.t,,is'DA'A8 The basketball season opened on the Akron floor when Ireton gave us a hard battle ending with the score in our favor 9-12. Despite XVestfield's two by four gym the Akron team played a winning game, 19-20. The clever Merrill team came over to show their talent at basket tossing. They displayed some hidden talents at the game, but not enough. At the final whistle the score stood in our favor, 23-11. The return game with Ireton was played on their floor, january 18. They were out to revenge their first defeat and meant to do it either by fair means or foul, it seems they had to choose the latter. The end came with a score at 10-11 in their favor. January 25, the Akron quintet squeezed themselves onto Liberty's floor and tried to do justice to the game in close quarters. The outcome was that we squeezed Liber- ty out with the score, 9-11 in our favor. LeMars met the Akron team on their home floor. But in spite of Akron's hard fighting l.eMars added another game to their credit with a score of 26-10. On February 1 Liberty 'came to revenge their defeat, and they did a very thorough job of it. VVhen the referee blew his whistle for the last time the score stood 25-5 in their favor. Westfielcl came to Akron to try to win a game of bas- ket ball, but in that they were not successful as the final score stood 9-34 in our favor. Merrill also came to revenge a victory, which they did very nicely. The game was interesting and good play- ing and sportsmanship featured the game. The final score was 25-14, we receiving the short end. The basketball men who are entitled to monograms are: Cummins, Cross, R. Hauck, I. Hammer, R. Klauer. THE TOURNAMENT At the Morningside Tournament Akron was pared to meet Rolfeg we beat them by a small margin. In the next drawing we got paired off with Sheldon but lost to them with the score of 18 to 10. At the District Tournament held at the Sioux City High School Akron drew Sergeants Bluffs. The teams were well matched, but Akron came out on the short end of the score after an extra five minutes of hard play, the final score being 23-20. JVM. ?.MxM3l"xVA '-.W WT1IAE" A TORPEDO ' 2 x , - rise-QNUAKY QQ Hammer Klauer Cross M.--lMxb:..:M9i'..!'!".10A!1.iX I I- 4 0 QV X N e u 3 YAWW.LL'iy33'v 15 T ORP D XNWNA8 BASKET BALL MEN COMMENTS lilauer. Klauer was strong' nn the guarcl, letting few men tlimiigli. llammer. Drilulmling and passing was a main factor in the Akron vic- tory. Cross. 'l'l1e center that always gets the tip off. Cummins. Shooting ability was the feature Of many games. llauck. Mastering his passes and floor work in great style. helped win many a hard battle. .V i, 1 nf m. X if X 7 , , znew s-Q -4 -it ,F A TORPEDD .ii.? ge+is'mvAe GIRLS' BASKET BALL .-Xlthongh we were defeated liy teams we felt we should have lieaten. every student will agree that the season was a success lmeeause the games were plavecl taix' and square. lfveryone was lmaelc of us. the second team. the sulms, the rooters. and even the lmoys, who were sometimes seen along the side lines can say with a clear conscience that we were "good sports." liesides the first team we had a fast second team. There can never lie a first team without a second and those girls showed pep and boosting the lCZll11. Akron ,.,.,.. ,.,,., 2 3 ,Xkron r,,, A ,,,, ,I3 Akron, ,,,.. ...... f 1, .-Xkron, ,r.... 7 lreton Merrill lreton Merrill i,e,....15 e....l6 .W20 R ZWAWWE..-ina T 0 R P E D 0 M WA? 1 VARSITY Standing: Ii. I'Ioscl1lcr, Kjose, H. Husclmlcr. Rur- nett, ohnson. I Sitting: Paulson, Neal, Ogden, Maynard. LINE UP johnson ....,.... .,....,,,Y.,....,.,,,. P 'orward Maynard ...., ,,.... F orward Ogden .,,......Y ..,.... , J. Center Burnett ........... ...VV... S . CEIVECT H. Hoschler .,... ....V.. G UZITCI E, Hoschler ...... V... . . G1121I'fl .n'ZxM-.xVfX'm..l.WV1..xU1924 T ORP E D0 w wkf Xw 3 f TD f U M Nairn.: R1 .'S,! ,. ' 1- .. 527. X 11.5 X .S .. x WAWWQE4-2-:.." wma' URENSIQQ 3vmW c .,... ...': .iH, S'WA'Att GIRLS' GLEE CLUB 'I'hc tiirls film- Vluh wus urgzliiizr-rl curly lust fall, hut was not almle to rnvcuiiiplisli mucli, thu- lu thc illm-ss nf thc nitisic insti'uctm', Miss l':I10'lC'- 5 hurt, wht, haul tw rcslgn slum :ittcr sclimml uvitiiiiciictwl. .Xt thc lit-giiiiiiiig ut' thc sc-cmirl st-iilcstcl' thc cluh i'Qm'g:mizCcl unclcr the tlirvctimi ul' Misra l,ucillt- Nilcs, with :1 im-iillwrship uf twenty-six. 'l'hc girls :uluptt-rl :1 llllll-tJ1'lll rlrc-ss uf Il whitc mimlrly :mtl hlut' SCTQC slcirtg this :ulflt-fl mucli tu thvii' IllJtK'Zll'Z111L'C. 'l'ht- first IlIJlbt,'Ill'Illll'C til' thc tilvc' Chili was :lt thc llumv Ut-t'lz1ii1:1tu1'y tkmtcst. 'l'ht-y gain- twu mimhcrs, which w'crc given :mtl ztpprccizltccl .Xt tht- pre-sc-nt time they :irc wurkiiig' on :ui tIllCI'CllZ1. "The Gypsy Rover." whivh will hc given that svtwniml wrkcli in .'Xpi'il. Ihr- ttillmvtiig' ulticws wc-rc' clcctvrl: I'i't-siflcht ,Y,, , ,,.. , QiZlI'I'iC .-Xkcrs Yin- l'1't-siclciit , Vt-zlrl llcmlricks 'l'1'c':1st1i'cr llcrnicc litirnrftt gllcriiicc llurnctt. WNW" if A T ORP E D0 XSWNA 5:4 "W 5. l',A. y C u ,A 1 - v , i Y l DRAMATIC S P...-N fi 'C 1 1 can -vwuf, 5,41-.ww-l'+' ""',-.-,-gN- pi AGATHA'S AUNT CAST Zada Finch ..,... ......,,Y. C lenevieve Christensen jim Doolittle ........ Y,,v....,,,,.... orman Dahl Deacon Wliggins ...... ...,. C ierald Smith Pheome Tidd ,... .DDoDw,, C 'arrie Akers Agatha Kent ,,,w,, o.ooo C 'aryl MQCOI-kell Burton Forbs Do.o. ,oo,,,, J ames Iilgmer Howard Kent .,w.,,, ..tt. C jeorge Buswell Ridge Wiaren ,vw. CY,,,, i Xrthur Dahl Mrs. Knox ....... i,.,,V . .. ..... Desia XVallin julia Stuley ...,,.,..,,..............,.,,............Ai. Lenox' Boclen "Agatha's Aunt," the mid-winter play, is said to be one of the best productions ever put on. lts originality and the splendid work of the actors brought a great deal of praise from an appreciative audience. Caryl McCorkell and james Klauer carried the leads and interpreted their parts in a highly skillful and amus- ing manner. The play centers about Agatha's Aunt, a young woman about 20 years of age, who has been left an old ram- shackle country mansion and a lot of debts. She decides to earn some money by taking in summer boarders. After several vain attempts to get boarders, a young blind millionaire from the city, thinks he has gone to the home of Agatha's great aunt, and she has to play the role of an old lady. She falls in love with him and in the end they are happily married. Much credit must be given to Mrs. Fry, who coached the play, and was responsible for the success of the pro- duction. .MXH--:Vfk'z...l.W'H...A!f Sg.,,lMyH,,,.U'M, i sies believing Meg and Marto to be his par- wggs-41 T mr be-.nun i ZVAWW H - f-'v 1.4 TORPEDO .-..a..4:is'WA+! WTHE GYPSY ROVER" CAST 3 Meg .ee.. ...e..,....... .,... Q 1 aays Huff Zara ,,.., .,.. C arrie Akers Marto .Yv.. ...... l ra Hammer Sinfo .... .w,... . ., Richard llauck Rob .,Y......,.......,...., .... I fahy Replogle Lady Constance ....,. ...,. I iernice Burnett Lord Craven ..,.....,....,ee,,... .... N orman Dahl Sir George Martendale ,....,.... Gerald Smith Nina ......,..........VV...w....e,......, I'earl Hendricks Capt. Jerome ..,.. ...,.. j runes Klauer Sir Toby Lyon .,,,,..,.A,,,, ....,.. l iartly Ogden McCorkle ......,................,........,... Verle Allen Chorus, Gypsies, Dames, Squires, etc. Time: About 1778 in the reign of George Ill. "The Gipsy Rover" is built around the character of Rob, later known as Sir Gilbert Howe, of English nobility. Rob is stolen when an infant, by his nurse, Meg. who later becomes the wife of Marto, a gypsy. Rob grows to manhood amongst the gyp- P ents. lt happens one day, while riding with her fiancee, Lord Craven, Lady Constance Martendale becomes lost in the woods. They wander to the gypsy camp where Constance and Rob meet and they immediately fall in love with each other. l.ord Craven objects by Sinfo and Marto to tell Sir George that act two Rob goes to the home of Constance to clope but are overheard by Craven who to Rob's attitude, but is made Rob is a charming fellow. In and serenades her. They plan informs Sir George, and plans are made lu capture Rob. This is successfully accomplished and Rob is thrown into prison, but later escapes. Lo - Two years elapse and Rob has come into his estates, his idenity having been proven by Meg. Ile becomes a successful composer. a friend of the Prince, and a social lion. Constance has remained true to her love for Rob and on his return to lingland, he woes and wins her for his wife. The untiring efforts and enthusiasm of Miss Ailes, who is responsible for the entire production and the splendid cooperation of Miss Coons, made the operetta the outstanding musical success of Akron High School. f TORPEDO Ql-Qi-m1?vy,,v NUMQBQ KZlt?mMLM -,Wg -ff 1 ff1,,,,+a3,, ,V V.. I in BBW? ' f 1, V- 1- VV.. ,Shim DECLAMATORY Akron High School Declamatory Contest Friday, February 7, 1924 The Gypsy Camp - Italian Folk Song Girls Glee Club DRAMATIC The Coward - - - Enipey Fahy Replogle Angel's Xkfickedness - - Corelli Lanore Boden Just David ----- Portor Bessie Bennett CDecision in favor of Fahy Reploglej In the Gloaining - - - H21f1'iSO11 HUMOROUS Bill Smith - - - McGill Darrel johnson Minnie at the Movies - - Bowler Edith Heeren Absentmindedness of Priscilla - - VVilson Margaret Murphy He W'anted Ivory Soap - - - Loomis Ora Talbot Over the Banister - - - xvells Carrie Akers CDecision in favor of Carrie Akersj judge, Miss Gould ?WMEMMEMMEW Wgmwgwmumu- will-vi ' 5 I' 6-.zu avmw sw- f-it if .4 T ORP E D0 i fwk' SENIOR CLASS PLAY "WHAT HAPPENED TO JONES" Cast .lones tvvho travels for a hymn-book housej ........,S,..... Norman Dahl libcnczer Cioodly Ca professor of Anatomyj ....,.. ....,., G erald Smith .Nntliony iioodly. D.D. tliishop of Ballaratj ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Bartley Ogden Richard lleatherly Cengaged to Marjoriej ...,.,,,....,,,, Richard Klauer Thomas Holder ta policemanj ...........,..............,.,.,.....,.,,.... Donald Cross XYilliam liigbee tan inmate of the Sanatoriumi .....v...,,...., jesse Brown Henry Fuller fsuperintendent of the Sanatoriumj .... Quigley Fletcher Mrs. Goodly tIibenezer's wifej ............,.,.,r.,................ Caryl McCorkell Cissy 1libenezer's wardj- .....,............ ....,..,., D esia NVallin Marjorie tlEbenczer's daughterj ....w,,,,e,. ,......,..,,,, lN 'Iargaret Burke Minerva tl'1benezer's daughterj .,.,.....r.,..., .......,.,v,...,,,,,r,,, R uth Brown Alvina Starlight CMrs. Goodly's sisterj .....,,.,,,. Genevieve Christenson llelma CSwedish servant girlj ,,................ ............... D orothy Johnson p Synopsis The plot of the story is based on mixed identity. jones, a traveling salesman, is presented as the Bishop of Ballarat, and brother to Ebenezer Goodly, a professor with pure tanacle ideas. The real bishop in turn is mistaken for Wlilliam Bigbee, an inmate of a sanatorium, who thinks he is an Indian. ln the interest of science, Ebenezer and Richard attend a prize fight where libenezer gets a black eye, much to the concern of his wife. jones appears on the scene to escape the clutches of the law, having attended the same light. ln order to deceive his wife, Ebenezer presents him as his brother, the bishop. The situation becomes more complicated with the appearance of the real bishop. The unraveling of these difficulties afford the opportunities many an amusing scene, not the least of which occurs when Alvina Starlight trys to remind jones. who she thinks is the bishop, of his mission, namely to marry her. Finally libenezer proves the identity of the real bishop and all ends well. The following members of the Senior class contributed materially to the success of the play: Erma XVaterbury as mistress of the wardrobeg Edith Johnson, advertising managerg Hilda Hoschler, property managerg Bessie Bennitt, manager of ticket sale, Harold Clark, stage manager and Mabel Kjose, program. The success of the play is clue largely to the coaching done by Miss Irene Coons. m v ? T ORP E D0 Qwnc? K 1 ' Xa- I I LX-Xi.,fE,iI " ' f V A I f A 'fi 2 ff fyf 1 1 ff v , f ,Q f 1 xx ,f 44,y,i+Q L. VX iff ' ,f XX! f X P I, Ariy ld !, if Lyxxggyf. - " "" - A In .f I 32 Z!! NV- XIX X , X f ,ff X f f , f 5X R N ' f fy f 1 1 AIM J w Z rf ff, 7 Vf,, X' ' x ' 5 - f I ff 'QV I 1 W X -' 1 ' X 2 Q1 I lj 1 V h ily K A lil I 1uWf, Jw , H ltlmlmm .MM WW. ' Mm f ,H AaMLKVfj1yIf,f,Mjfl M , -:Q-ms, f + if Q I g ' . .-' f? T Q jf?-I fi' X gig? f 'fd-,4 L- b ,1- ,gs-2'1" .f"" 0 ' 5 K E Q E0 x Q Q if ah' Ll , 47' nl' X S -:ss x N, awww T ORP E D0 ....? yi s'BA'Ati SOCIETY FOOTBALL BANQUET The annual Football Banquet took place Monday night, October 20, at the home of Gearld Smith. At seven o'clock a delectable three course dinner was served. The rest of the evening was spent in the telling of stories and listening to a radio concert. About ten o'clock everyone reported having a good time and re- turnedf?J home. A SOPHOMORE HIKE The class accompanied by Miss l'aden and Mrs. Cook. Time-third Wednesday in October. l'lace-Down by the river on the Youngstrom and Ross farm. Drove out in cars. Took some pictures for the Annual. XVeiners popped and pop sizzled, along with some twelve dozen buns. Upon returning to town we were informed of a fire on a farm about a' half mile from our picnic grounds. XVe went out and watched the fire, but unfortunately we had no more weiners and pop. Thus ended a beautiful day. MASQUERADE PARTY XVho shall forget the night of the Masquerade Party in the gym on Octo- ber 29. .-X conglomeration of brains, airplane rides, skulls, screams, noise, etc. Proposed entertainment of firecrackers, weddings, radios, farces and trying to kid ones self into not recognizing the mugs through the madeup clowns, bears, witches. bums, lumberjacks, Indians, Dutchmen, cowboys, and monkey masks. The party broke up early and everyone wandered home or started the evening over again. TOURNAMENT BANQUET The High School and junior High, losers of the Basketball Tournament, gave the winners, the Seniors, a feed. It was held in the gym, VVednesday, March 2, at 6 o'clock, and proved to be a very great success. liefore the supper all the girls suited up and entertained the Seniors by playing basketball, which ended in a football game. .Nfter supper, basketball was played again till about 10 o'clock when ev- ery one lcft for home or somewhere else. ' unv k-2 -7 .4 T ORP E D0 'P THE JUNIOR CARNIVAL The presenting of a Carnival seems to have become an annual event for the junior class, but it will be noted that the class of 192-1 started the cus- tom. As a usual thing the money obtained from this event is used by the Juniors to feed the Seniors at a banquet that is given every spring. VVe are told that the carnival this year will far outclass the one put on last year, but only time will tell. There are to be many and interesting attractions, some of which are to be side shows of various sorts, fishing ponds, fortune telling and the like. There is to be a stage erected, we are told, on which will be given a series of peppy vaudeville acts. Refreshments will also be there in abundance, awaiting some unheeding purchaser. Hot dogs are to head the bill of fare, while pop, pop corn and candy will come a close second. Clowns and "Cops" will be found there, doing their duty, kidding and arresting poor innocents that are brought before them. Last but by no means least on the schedule of entertainment, we are told, is in the shape of a clown band. This band is to furnish both jazz and high classtfj 'music for the benefit of the patrons of this carnival. THE JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET The Junior-Senior banquet, put on by the junior class, will be held the first week in May. This banquet is the big social event of the school year, and is looked forward to by every class that enters High School. Each class tries to put on a better banquet than has ever been put on be- fore, and as a result, this event has become one of the main events of grad- uation. The Juniors claim, as every junior class has done, that this year the banquet will be the best ever put on. The entertainment is to consist of toasts by the various members of the two classes, music, and a short program of stunts. w i f f '5 Alt X X15 9VAIWi.l+.i'gk'l Q' as TORPEDO ytstu " CURIOSITY Near a little village in the Ohio Valley stands a house, almost in ruins. lt was once a fine house owned by a very wealthy man, but after one mem- orable night when the whole family had been found dead in their beds the house had gone to ruin. It had not a window glass in it and the shingles and weather boards were nearly all gone. Certain lights were seen and shadows of persons paced back and forth. When the wind blew the old house groaned and swayed like a huge spectar. Everybody in the village had been dared to explore it but through all these years it had not been ex- plored. Une day at sunset a boy, new to that region and the legend connect- ed with it, was walking home with a newly acquired friend. His name was Dual McDowell and his chum's was jack Dinsmore. "NVhat is it about that old house that keeps every kid in town from going near it?" asked Dual. "lt is haunted," tersely replied jack and turned to watch his chum's face. "Rot," laughed Dual. Do you mean to tell me that everybody in this town is scared of that old house? W'hy a ghost would laugh himself sick if he were asked to stay in this house all night." "just the same it's so," returned jack. "Uh, say. l've got a great idea, let's go through the old house tonight and then we would have the laugh on the rest of the people. There aren't any ghosts in that old house. VVhat do you say?" and Dual watched his pal's face slowly turn white below the tan. "C Jh come on, there isn't any ghosts in that old house and we will prove it to the rest of them. XVhat say?" and he argued and haggled until Jack finally gave in to him. A "Fine," beamed Dual. "XVe will take a lantern apiece and a good club and no ghost will molest us." And they both took separate paths to their homes. That night about an hour after dark the two boys went back of jack's father's barn, went over their equipment and started out. Jack led the way up to the gate and then Dual took the lead. They made their way through the weeds which were almost again as high as they were. and soon came out into the little clearing around the house. They lit their lanterns and started forward. Dual opened the door and they went in. They paused in the middle of the room and Dual whispered, "better be care- ful how you walk on this floor, it don't look any too safe," and jack agreed with a nod of understanding. As they started to move forward there was a sharp crack and the floor beneath them gave way, and they were pitched into the cellar. Neither was hurt and Dual came to jack whom he had located by his voice. w wf f f-7 172 TORPEDO V "Well, let's find some way out of this pesky cellar," grunted Dual. "Light a match and see if you can see any opening in that direction and I'll look in the other dirertionf, The match was scratched and burst into a flame. It showed different sights to each boy. Dual saw a door in the dim flare and whirled as a cry of terror came from Jack. He beheld a sight he never would forget. A tall sheeted figure stood facing them, the ruffling of the sheet blew out the match. Dual lit another match and advanced with a club in his hand. "VVhat do you want F" he asked the figure and then suddenly burst into a laugh. "It's some barrels covered with a sheet." he explained, "now I wonder how they came here. That sheet could not have been here all these years that this house has stood vacant. Did that old fellow have any wine in his cellar," "No," replied Jack, having regained his courage on finding out the truth "He hated liquor in the worst way." Dual turned and wandered around the place taking everything in and checking up on every detail. "Wish I could find a lantern," he mumbled, and as if in accordance with his wish he saw it lying in the corner unhurt. He lit it and heard a sigh of relief from jack. "So you've found the lantern," he said, "that is one good thing." just then Dual lifted his hand for silence and the sound of voices came down to them. Dual extinguished the lantern and taking Jack by the collar, propelled him into a corner behind some boxes and followed. The voices came nearer until the owners were in the same room as the boys. A "That floor was awfully old," said one, "it must have broken by itself. No one would even have guts enough to come into this place." "I guess you are right," came the reply, "but let us get to work." "Alright," and a light flared revealing to the boys two heavy set men with heavy black beards going into a door in the hall. "Come let's follow themf' whispered Dual, and jack nodded assent after seeing the men were actually human. They entered the tunnel and followed the men to a room filled with barrels and kegs. Here the boys halted uncertain whether to go or to remain Dual soon made up his mind and started on, jack following, for he would not have deserted Dual for the world. They Came at length to a room with a maize of long pipes and a roaring ire in the stove where they were. f' ' . . .Mk A -lVfX'z..1UxW1..xU TL-Mm-JM-Jyh. - - . 1 1? Filing ' I i Aix 5-.315 ZVMW EQ- f-'f 11. as TURPEDO ......f.....is'WAfl The third man came out later and received such a knock on the head that he lost all interest in worldly affairs. The boys tore their coats in strips with which they bound and gagged him and shoved him behind some barrels. "jack," whispered Dual, "you run for the cop and I'll hold them until you get back, but for gosh sakes, hurry." After 'Iack's footsteps had died away, Dual searched his prisoner and found a pistol over which he was much pleased. He sat for some time think- ing and then stripped the prisoner and changed clothes with him. Pulling the old slouch hat over his eyes he walked into the room. The men spoke to him but did not notice him farther and he went over and fed sticks into the stove. Suddenly he was hit from behind and pulled around. Dual knew what would happen if he were captured, so he twisted and with a heavy stroke broke the capturer's grip. lle had hardly gotten loose when the other man jumped to help the first and the three men fought up and down the room. Dual finally got a heavy club from the pile and swung it knocking one of them out but be- fore he could swing it again the other closed in and clamped his fingers upon Dual's neck. Soon Dual's lungs began to smart and streaks of lightning seemed to flash before his eyes. just as he lost consciousness the fingers loosened. Dual awoke and found himself in bed, the sunlight pouring into the room. "So, you are awake, are you son ?" roared a deep voice and Dual looked up into the eyes of Dr. Gray, the family physician. "How do you feel?" demanded the doctor. "l'd feel better if you'd let me up," retorted Dual. "So," laughed the doctor, "after a mix-up like that last night and almost getting the wind knocked out of you. you're ready to clean up on me," he laughed again. "My boy," he said, "you have been the instrument of the capture of a gang that the authorities have been unable to take for a long number of years. Besides making moonshine whiskey they are wanted for counter- feiting, forgery and a dozen other things." "The reward that is on them amounts up to five thousand dollars which is all yours." "Five thousand dollars," echoed Dual, "my gosh, and it all started be- cause I got curious. That sure knocks that proverb, 'curiosity killed the cat,' in the head, don't it F" -Lynn Booth. 1 PEDO verve-vvwyv 2 1 ' 'W X ,lg T x QVAUH-'F..".E'.5? A blizmqsxsillf THE STAFF 1924 TORPEDO EXECUTIVE STAFF N1jI'1l1H11 Dahl ,,,,,7,A,,A. ,,,,,,,,............,,7. I iflltlll'-ill-Clllfif Bartley Ogden ,A,,,,,,,,,,......,,.,.,,,,, l3uSi11CSS lllimager B. L, Troup ,,,,.....,.,.,,,.,.,....,.,.....,...,..7,........... Advisor Departmental Editors Gerald Smith ,,,,.,,,,.,.,.,..,..Y...,,.v,,,t............ Art Editor llilda lloschler .... Athletics Ruth Brown ..... Activities Carrie Akers ...,.... ..,,. 1 features Caryl McCorkell .,.......,,......,Y..,,,.....,..,,,,,,,, Class Poet Evelyn Hoschler, Karl Yullligstmiii,Class Editors Ira Hammer, Bernice Burnett, George liuswell Snapshot Iiditoi-5 WAWV V' - 'XJ T ORP E D0 ' me -, mei 1954. 1 .., 1 fi f S l .amino mm a .ff 1:2-3-x rf- 'aww To f-iasi'fQs' i. .,., IG Class of 1904 Walter Mellon, Akron, la., Book- keeper, First National. Chester Adams, New York City Salesman Firestone. Nellie Muhe, Sioux City, la., Mrs ll. Chanilmerlain. Jennie Mellon, Los Angeles, Cal. Milliner. Geo. Cilly, Long Beach, Cal., Sales- lllllll. Anna Gleason. Akron, Ia., Mrs. james Traut. iclith llarlmer, Merril, la., Mrs. King. Ainy Smith, Akron, la., Mrs. tl. A Agnes. XVillys llosted. Mary Bartlet, China, Missionary. Minnie XVallin, Los Angeles, Cal.. Teacher. filarlys llonny. Conrad. llennit, Grinnell, la., Sec 'l'reas. Morrison Kicker Mfg. Co Leo Douglass, Storm Lakc.l21-. Clothing Store. Lola llernett. Sioux City, la., Mrs XVm. lleverly. Class of 1905 lfay Ross. Calas Rell. Mont., Doc Iol'. Curtis llarris, Deceased. Medie Johnson, Ruhle, Ia., Mrs. Marhach. Cora Knudson, Sioux City, Ia. Mrs. Pollock. Bertha Wescott, Deceased. Laura Barbar, Los Angeles, Cal. Class of 1906 Emmet Cilly, Long Beach, Cal., Civil Engineer. Vance Wise, Akron, Ia., Farmer. Freeman White, Akron, la., Drug- gist. llela Kimball, Bozeman, Mont. Clerk. liva Adams, Sioux City. Ia.. Mrs Harry Christy. Stella Kimball, Red VVing, Minn. Mrs. McElligot. -loy Merideth, Deceased. Lela Brady. Class of 1907 Rollo Baker, Akron, Farmer. Margaret johnson, Storm Lake, Ia. Mrs. I. Larson. Adie Hilliker, Akron, Ia., Mrs Hanson. Victor Hays, Chicago, Ill., Doctor Frank Nelson, Great Falls, Mont. Wm..1MxW...:UM...10!T awww .- .s.. i' .4 '1' ORP E D0 x smn" Class of 1908 Orlan Moore, Akron, Ia., Lumber Dealer. Rex Smith, St. Louis, Mo. Ada Jenkins, Akron, Ia. Earl Elliot, Akron, Ia., Farmer. Ardon Ross, Tulsa, Okla. Chas. VVaterbury, Chatsworth, la.. Farmer. Lional Eustace, Akron, Ia., Mail Carrier. Benj. Tucker, Heading. Minn., Teacher. Ralph Nelson, Sioux City, la., Car- penter. Class of 1909 Andrew Tillotson, Akron, Ia., Farming. Silas Moore, Deceased. Pearl Butcher. Elk Point, S. D., Mrs. H. Sargent. Jessie Meridith, Vermilion, S. D. Glayds Button, Deceased. Bessie Smith, Los Angeles, Cal. Blanch Johnson, Boston, Mass. Guy Ross, Akron, Ia., Farmer. Class of 1910 Wm. Beverly, Deceased. John Martin. Carrie Moore. julie Tresler. Vioa Tresler. Maude Fry, VVestfield, Ia. Gladys Fry, VVestfield, Ia. Anna Papritz, Akron, la. Florence XVaterbury, Akron, la., Mrs. L. Spinger. Melvin Smith, Akron, la., Postmas- ter. ' VValdo Hilliker, Akron, Ia., Me- chanic. Paul Williariis, New York City. Adolph Papritz, Chicago, Ill. Draftsman. Harvey Strong, Long Beach, Cal. Mechanic. Emily VVay, Vermilion, S. D., In- structor of Music. Clyde Meridith. Fern VVaterlJury, Akron, la., Mrs E. Greenleaf. Girtha Lyons. Deceased. Nellie Shaw, Sioux City, Ia. Class of 1911 Elmo Putnam, Mitchell, S. D., Mar- ried. Evelyn Lillie. Maude Beverly, Chicago, Ill., Mrs Dr. Moore. Grace VVade, Sioux City, Ia. Ida Martin, Akron, la., Mrs. B. A Fredell. Ora Coffin, Bridger, Mont., Mar- ried. Maude Miller, Sioux City, Ia. Agnes Bixler, Minneapolis, Minn. Geo. Johnson, Sioux City, la., Phar- macist. Clifford Witfielcl, Sioux Falls, S D., Hardware Business. Earl Smith, VVinner, S. D., Mason Royal Hays, Akron, la., Salesman Ralph Smith. Vern Swift, Akron, Ia., Mail Car- rier. Floyd Nelson, Eugene, Ore., Stu- ' dent Government School. Ester Johnson. Council Bluffs, Ia Class of 1912 Lowell Burrill. Akron, Ia., Cloth- ier. Flora Serles, Jefferson, S. D., Mrs Bernard. iowa' T ORP E D0 ' Katherine Xvhite, Akron, Ia. Nettie VVay, Sioux City, la. Class of 1913 Glen llammer, Sioux City, Salesman. Clare McCorkell, Akron, Ia. mer. jay llanlmer, Los Angeles, Store. l.loyd Nelson, Sioux City. la pcnter. llelen Cobb, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Adams. Cecile liennett. Akron, Ia., I.yle Strong. Class of 1914 'v Mrs. la., Far- Cal., Car- Vint Mrs. llobert Ross. Akron, Ia., Farmer. .lean Meridith, Akron, la., Nurse. Ruby Knudson, Sioux City, Ia., Mrs. Klipple. Class of 1915 llelen Hinton. Ruth llays, Chicago, Ill., Nurse. lilsie VVilliams, Akron, la., Mrs. H. Koch. Olive Smith, Deceased. Nell Searls, St. Paul, Minn. Roland Mellon, Cedar Rapids, Ia. Ruth llrady, Deceased. Fern Adams, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Floyd Rice. Class of 1916 jesse XVade, Sioux City, Ia. lidith Stotenburg, Akron, la., Stu- dent, Madison. Alvin lily, Los Angeles, Cal. Elizabeth Meridith, Akron, Nurse. Ia., Class of 1917 Mary Smith. Los Angeles, Cal., Nurse. Faye Bradley, Buffalo, Minn., Mrs. C. C. Coles. Ruth Hauck, Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Marshall. Julia llammer, Mrs. G. Taylor. Vera Peterson, Madison, S. D., Teacher. Joy Brady, Iowa City, Ia., Society Editor. XVm. johnson, Sioux City, la., Salesman. Alice Harris, Akron. Ia., Teacher. llernice Harris, Sioux City, la.. Mrs. VV. Snyder. Russel Ross, Des Moines, la., E. Engineer. Katherine Papritz, Akron, la., Teacher. Harold Strong, Akron, la., Me- chanic. Dorthy Knudson. Sioux City, la., Mrs. McBride. Class of 1918 Ruth Anderson, Akron, At Home. Muriel Bennett, Akron, Ia., Teach- er. Margaret Brown, Akron, lowa, Nurse. Edgar Fletcher, James Port. Mo., Construction Supt. Clifford Kenedy, Akron, la., Stu- dent Iowa U. Neoma Klauer, Akron, Ia., Student Iowa U. Amanda Meske, Mrs. Rev. Lang- holz. Mildred Roher, Bozeman, Mont. Leo Wise, Akron, la., Attending School. 5? . l 75' - Wz...lUfM..nUfM...m0x!.n. ' MW N L -IHA T ORP E D0 X QWAQ Class of 1919 Helen Edgar, Hartington, Nebr. Florence Hammer, Sioux Falls, S. D., Mrs. K. Hauser. Neva Jackson, Akron, Ia., Teacher. Gertrude Klauer, Akron, Ia., Teach- er. Ruby McCorkell, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Herzig. Iva Nygard, Akron, Ia., Mrs. B. Crow. Percy Ross, Akron, Ia., Student Iowa U. Grace VVenterstein, Iowa City, Ia., Teacher. Victoria Peterson. Harley Lewison, Akron, Ia. Class of 1920 Edna Aalfs, Akron, la., Teacher. Stanley Burrill, Akron, Ia., Stu- dent Iowa U. Blanche Cummins, A.kron, la., Teacher. John johnson, Akron, Ia. Margaret Johnson, Akron, Ia. Astrad Johnson, Sioux City, Ia., N. B. Training. Esther McCorkell, Akron, Ia., Mrs. J. Clare. 'Wesley McCorkell, Akron, Ia., Far- mer. Ilatty McKillips, Sioux Falls, S. D., Clerk. Nellie Hammer, Sioux City, Ia., Mrs. Duey Landick. Ralph Smith, Akron, Ia., Farming. Russel Replogle, Akron, Ia., Stu- dent Ames. Gladys Prewit, Dead Wood, S. D., Teacher. Muriel Fletcher, Akron, Ia., Stu- dent South Dak. U. 'TRWQL .:UAh. 4031. if Victor Johnson, Long Beach, Cal., Student for Ministry. Maude Fletcher, Akron, Ia., South Dakota U. Nellie Johnson. Class of 1921 Carl Hammer, Akron, Ia., Asst. De- pot Agent. Bessie Stotenburg, Akron, Ia., Stu- dent Madison. Viola Rossback, Akron, Mrs. G. Kanago. Arthur Montage, Akron, Ia., At Home. Lucy McConvill, Akron, Ia., Mrs. A. Greene. Evelyn Edgar, Akron, Ia., Clerk. Blanche Cunningham, Akron, Ia., At Home. Carmal Coyle, Akron, Ia., At Home. Leslie Martin, Mail Carrier. Loreta Boden, Akron, la., Bookkep- er. Elbert Kerr, Akron, Ia., Tire Shop. Birdie Keetch, Akron, Ia., Mrs. El- bert Kerr. Class of 1922 Burtyl Hammer, Sratford, Ia., Stu- dent Morningside. Loreta Smythe, Akron, Ia., Student B. College. Mildred Way, Akron, Ia., Student S. Dak. U. Ethel Thompson, Elendale, S. D., Mrs. James Austin. Ruth Talbot, Akron, Ia., At Home. Lora Snyder, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Carl Hammer. Kirkman Paulson, Akron, Ia., Farming. ' uav ff.-E-m f .4 T ORP E D0 QDNA blames Austin, lflensdale, S. D., Student I,aw. Alta lNlcCorkell, Akron, Ia., Clerk. Iiordon I.ewison, Sioux City, la., Insurance Agent. Bernard Klauer, Akron, Ia.. Stud- ent Iowa U. Porter lllaynard, Akron, la., Stu- dent S. Dakota U. Ina Iianago, Akron, la.. Clerk. Iiarl Kerr, Akron, Ia., Farming. Iidward Klauer, Akron, Ia., Pop Corn. Gladys -Iohnson, Akron, Ia., Book- keepper. Clarke lluswell, Akron, la., At IIon1e. Class of 1923 Philip March, Akron, Ia., Student Iowa U. Anita lllaynard, Akron, Ia., Student Madison. Edith Nelson, Akron, Ia., Student - Iowa U. Izeta Kelly, Akron, Ia., Teacher. Lovina Allison, Wlaterloo, Ia., Stu- dent Cedar Falls. Orley Hauck, Sioux City, Ia., At Home. Richard Kyln, Akron, la., Farming. Gladys llarris, Akron, Ia., Teacher. Elsie Johnson, Akron, Ia., Teacher. Inez Colvli, Akron, Ia., Student S. Dak. U. Muriel Iiradly, Akron, Ia., Student Madison. Clifford Aalfs, Akron, Ia., Student Iowa U. Sibyl McCorkell, Akron, Ia., Clerk. fl ff X rlli T T' s 3vl0Yf T 0 R P E D 0 Sklmasfmxswllfl POPULARITY CONTEST The best laid plans of mice and men of't go astray. S0 did the plans of the staff for the popu- larity contest go astray. Each boy and girl was asked to vote for the most popular people in A. H. S.. the reward he- ing that the pictures of the victors were to be printed in the Torpedo. But to the winners no reward is claimed, as the contest brings again into the pages of the hook the pictures of two of the staff. Presenting: Carrie Akers. Norman Dahl. Be it ordained that in future year book con- tests the annual staff be barred. will--3 'L p ii ' Q-ents 5 T OR E D0 Exams-fqxs'WA'A' MQW?" T 0 R P E D 0 R SWNA? M may ' V V g ' TORPEDO ' gp Ham! hd! .gy ,a-l,,,, -HM -,... 1 f 1 4. ' fy , Pau" N 1 4, "love mr I-on "rDo4' 'ii- H 1 rf 'Inu' 'Nag Ute I .. fm," Qs ,,Ll:M1'9h,4 lin PW-r V, 1f1f,',,,. 1 u f gs, M n C harm ,- C I-.owned I 1 . bm a H' .N U 1' Y '1 4 ., Jmsry sh! M? A ' woods 1705 "Y nmr Q '04 rs," Imrl-5" - 'f"rHy .Y I ' wif, fy. gf? Q L' 5: ji ng' ! Q9 dfflllhi N: '. N5 4 E' J, 1 F fr 3 nkwfi 'F' D! 1 nk E 5 ' h I- ' Qs 1 51 'f if S' ' X um.-s dfnndlfah ZVAWW Q' 'J if .4 T ORP E D0 The Assembly Room is Miss Gilletts' domain. And 'tis right pitiful to see how very supreme she does reign as she hands that slip to me. The Gym where many a battle raged. The place where many a basket is caged, The Junior Carnival, parties and all, Prove that our gym is not any too small. f' vfifbi-3 RP E D Q 7 51 3156 - qi avmw v 11 A SLI el t , MWA: Here the lfreshmen lmys have lalmrccl, Have lenrnerl tu use lmth tools anal lJ1'Zlll1S. Here Mr. Cnncler Z1 few has fz1x'cn'ecl, The rest get caught when raising cane. The l'l1ysics lzllv, where stuflt-nts try to learn, Wlmih- Mr. 'l'rnnp's ques- tiuns in their cars flu lmnrn, 'l'l1c Uf.ll2lIl1lll'l' nf llnr- l'Ul'SH it is cnllecl lmy smnc. W'l1il0 utlu-rs claim it is such fun. Here the High Scluml maiclens Learn tu cook ztncl lmzlke, So when they find tlleir Ronteu, lle'll live thank gund- ness, cloncha know. 4vA0Wm.4-..-.': lx4 T 0 R P E D 0 W s A ' ' 1 .. h dv WS? kg I 5-en ' fXAWff',iT iii.. TORPEDO 1--...,i,.jlSlWN 'T JOKES lf you can't laugh at the jokes of this age, then laugh at the age of these jokes. 'AU .H A The Staff may dig and work L'ntil their finger tips are sore .Xnd then some sap-head's sure to say: "l've heard that joke heforef' ,Nl .4 3 l.ittle Mary: "Mamma, I don't have to eat this egg do 1? It doesn't smell good." Mamma: "Mary, how often do I have to tell you not to complain about ytllll' food? lilll that eggli' l.. M. tafter a lmrief pause? : "Mamma, must I eat the little beak too?" .H ,Nl ,st Leap Year Yietim: "No, No, Nora." 3 .4 J' wad?" "How did you get that cut on your l llie-mustav-hie-hit myself. , V. tiwan, how could you hite yourself up thele. "Musta 'stood on a ehair. .53 .3 3 lf ever they reach the planet Mars, liy shooting through the air, l hope hy all my lueky stars m't find flappers there. They ch ,sl L4 .53 Can a girl he said to he heating it about the hush, when she mushes it up with a whiskered man? Q93 .55 J' So beautiful she seemed to me 1 wished that we might wed, Iler neck was a pillar of ivory- But alas, so was her head. 'A' .59 J There are three classes of womenAthe intellectual, the beautiful. and the majority. .99 5 1.99 Mother: "Margaret, aren't you getting too hig to play with hoys F" Margaret: "No, mother. The higger l get the hetter I like them." Q Wifllmb A V vfifh-itil ii' TX xfw 5VAWMiAb2ik" .4 T 0 R P E D 0 QUIK? DAY BY DAY SEPTEMBER 3-Registration. X -l-Return of all prodigals. 1 5-First real classesg Freshmen go to Eng. Lit. class. lf' 6-Yacationg everyone sad. G ll-Pupils on east side of assembly room jump at the first tap Vipnx of the bell. Dick takes the cake. "' Q 12-Spuds forgot to wear his necktie. .F A 13-Miss Gillet had a tooth pulled. A Fri-5hmanl7-New teacher arrives, Miss Coons. 18-Veda absent. lflitiun Shy Red got called down for walking heavy across the floorg poor boy, 'taint his fault his feet are big. 2-l-Blue Monday. .Z7fRichard recites perfect lesson in American Lit. OCTQBER l-Spike is wearing his father's shoes today. ll--W-Half holiday. Picnic. I2-Test. test. test. 17Y'SCl1lU1'S, rings ordered. 19--Football game with Elk Point, our game. 22-Dick and Runt went to Sioux City, To buy themselves some clothes, But when they got home, what a pity, They got a demerit, not the hose. 23-Disagreeable weather-also teachers. Z4-High School out of sortsg must be the result of Swede's party. 26-Don Cross had a close shave. Z9-Masquerade party in the gym. Spooks and everything. 30-Halloween. '17 Pk --Pill 31 ..t j. ,. NOVEMBER 1-Blue Monday. 2-Engraving contract signed. 5-School. 6-Robberies in town. 7-dllilda carries money in her shoe for fear of being held up. 9-Mr. Troup takes day off to explain to Physics class about the hard les- sons they will have in college. 12-School house coldg what's the matter with jim? N. ivmwi f .4 T ORP E D0 ....?. T 'WA'A'3tf JOKES Laugh and the world laughs with you, scowl and you live alone. 3 3 .90 "'l'hat's a load off my mind," said the woman as she washed her hair. dl ug 8 An apricot is a red headed prune. Let Us Sing l'nt away the tweezers till our eyebrows meet again. N 3 N lle was driven to lns grave. "C if course he was. llid you expect him to walk?" A9 N 3 Karl Y.: "That man playing' forward will soon be our best man." .lunice N.: "Uh, liarl, this is sudden." 3 ti! at Spike: "She's a corker." Spuds: "XYho?" Spike: "XN'hy, the girl who works in the bottle factory." L59 3 -.4 Traffic Cop tto Peg driving in the cityj: "Come on, what's the mat- ter with you?" Veg: "I'm well. thanks, but my engines dead." .4 3 .4 .X woman is old by her looks, a man is old when he stops looking. 8 .55 ,SG Yes Gladys, when he called you Miss Chesterfield he meant that you satisfied. .M .3 M llid you ever stop to think how absence makes the marks grow rounder. QM .Sl V59 She: "'l'hat firl looks like llelen Black, doesn't she?" S lle: "XVhy, that dress ain't black." 3 .4 J Conder: "Your recitation reminds me of Quebec." lra: "Home come?" Conder: "Built on a blufffl dl ug Q9 n ' , , ,, , , . I ,fx ' DU Did you excr get a proposa , . untie. Aunt: "Yes, indeed. .N perfect gentleman did once over the telephone ---but he had the wrong number." ev! QS J Senior: "My brain's on the blink. I forget everything." lunior: "You should get some one to re-mind you." Al' ZVAQV 7 '1' 0 R P E D 0 1 -a X SWNAC DAY BY DAY 14-Seniors get their rings. Keen, Oh, Boy. 15-Tryouts for mid-winter play. 21-Nothing extra today. 23-School house cold again. XN'here in 1 U is jim? 23-Tomorrow is turkey day. No school. DECEMBER 5-Pep meeting. Not much pep. 7-Girls' and boys' first basketball game with lretong we beat. 10-Snow. ll-More snow. 12-Snow stopped. brrrr cold. l3-Dress rehearsal. All catch cold. 14-Mid-year play, "Agatha's Aunt." 17-Last week of school this year. 20-Students restless, no school after tomorrow for the rest of the year. JANUARY 7-School starts again, Scully must have given a New Year's party. 8-Scully back again. ll-Basketball, Merrill 11, Akron 23. 15-Thirty below, Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr. 18-Basketball, Ireton ll, Akron 10. 24-Printing contract signed. 25-Bernice and Peg attend a hog sale. 28-Herb kicked out of Agriculture class. 29-Report cards out. 30-Verle must have cut Viola's hair. Sl-Chester had his face washed. FEBRUARY l-Why Miss Paden's hair must have grown out over night. 4-Bernice had her hair bobbed. 6-Darrell entertains the Declamatory people in the gym. 5-junice and Karl drop, both have colds. Looks bad. 7-Declamatory contest. Carrie and Fahy win. 8-Everyone attending school again. ll-Ted must have more sleep. Results of the Roof Garden. 12-Lincoln's birthday. Norman has a tooth pulled. Ouch O"'g:.?-Ct. 13-Popularity contest. 14-Valentine Day. Change of seating in assembly. 15-Mr. Troup surprised Physics class. No test. " Li'i':l TORPEDQ QI 1-53197 7 Zmwffma-..'v EN D1zzY ZX Srllf-5 IMA BI-RD Q.F.T H-IN by QQTE D!! j 2 A PRLTTY Ma H Nic BE ARNE-,AFTER ii!naiP" Moiiiawlhi Q .4 T 0 R P E D 0 DAY'BY'DAY 18-Annual Staff tries to help meeting, impossible. 19-Plan inter-class tournament. 20-Reorganization of Athletic Association. 21-Inter-class tournament. Senior girls and junior boys winners. 22-XVZlSlll1lgtOI'1,S birthday. Z5-Annual finds another joke. XVonders will never cease. 28-Bernice's seat is changed from in front of Miss Gillet's desk. Miss Ciillet doesn't like onions second handed. 29-Leap year day. Chance for the teachers. MARCH 3-Another Blue Monday. 4-Photographs taken of the assembly. 5-Test blooy t?j"1 g :-":-gj? 6-Boys come to school with their hair marcelled. Beware, they will de- merit thee. 7-Boys' basketball tournament Sioux City. 10-Many absent, measles or chicken pox?? ll-First real operetta practice. 12-Basketball girls' banquet. 13-Freshmen class meeting. l-l-Must be Runt's birthday, he generally celebrates by wearing his new suit. 17-St. l'atrick's Day. Lots of green neckties. Ted takes the celluloid stove poker. Merry Xmas, Ted. 18-Gerald's first operetta practice. 19-Miss Coons threatens History class with test. ' 20-Subscription sale of annuals, 98 sold. .21-Same old grind. Ellis draws a cartoon for the annual. 24-Seniors decide to wear caps and gowns for graduation. 25-Seniors order commencement cards. 26-Teachers go to Sioux City. No school for two days. Quite a relief. APRIL l-1924 Torpedo goes to press. ll-Operetta, "The Gypsy Rover." MAY 9-Junior-Senior banquet. 18-Baccalaureate. 2lQSenior class play. 23-Commencement. -Carrie Akers. w q I f "5 Ali ix xiw f. , I. v. ' ,Ki,!"?. X 'iw N x HVAUW:-..i:4' .4 TORPEDO MBNA! JOKES lt's a long lane that has no ash barrel. 0' 5 .99 Mrs. Cook: "I shall be tempted to give this Latin class a test." Class: "Yield not to temptation." .bl al el The happiest moments of my life l spent in the arms of another man's wife, My Mother, God bless her. 8 .Al U59 lly his loud voice the man you'll spot XVith information small. XYhile one who really knows the facts XVill scarcely talk at all. 09 .5 .52 That Popular Ditty You can't tell the age of the bath tub by counting the number of rings. V4 8 V53 Little Mary latter the quarrelb: "I forgot to ask you to come to our picnic-will you come?" l.ittle XVillie: "lt's too late now, l prayed for rain." .50 N .5 Some girls are so dumb that they think the Mayflower compact is a new kind of rouge. J .8 J "Shall I brain him P" cried the hazer- And the yictim's courage fled. "You can't. lt is a Freshman. just hit him on the head." .99 JI at "How long does an engine last asked the inquisitive old lady of the engineer. "About thirty yearsfi he answered patiently. "Uh, I should think a tough looking thing like that would last much longer than thirty yearsf' "Maybe it would, if it didn't smoke so mueh.' V59 cl J Commencement to me seems very queer, lt means the beginning, liven though, in our High School career, lt comes right at the ending. fit ' is i at N xww ZMWW EQ- -'I 1,4 T ORP E D0 DAY BY DAY APOLOGIA Some people are born to be editors and business managers of high school annuals. others get there by hard work and pull and still others have the jobs thrust upon them. NVe belong to the latter class. It was our duty to be original enough and possess enough business ability to make this annual pay. That has been our goal, but whether we have attained it or not, it is for you to decide, not us. There is no need to go into details of work. burning the midnight oil, etc. VVe have worked, "Nuff said." XVe hope that you will find as much pleasure in reading and criticizing this an- nual as we have in putting it together. But please remember when going over this book that 'fThe wisest make mistakes, its the fool that blunders not." Sincerely, The Staff. .95 JF 1.9! APPRECIATION These business firms have been largely responsible for the making of this book possible. They have shown their interest in our affairs through the hearty sup- port they have given the 1924 Torpedo. It entitles them to our highest recommendation, and we sincerely hope that the readers of this book will show their apreciation by giving them t A. Metz, Shoes and Harness. Swenson's Garage. Paul Wexiclt, General Merchandise XVeidenfellers, Mcat Market Klauer Brother, Hardware and Furniture. Dirks Motor Co., Ford Garage. Ole Silkebakken, General Merchan- dise. L. Uroff, Groceries and Meats. Clydes Place, Confectionary Cunninghams, Hardware and Fur- niture. Cooper Sporting' Goods, LeMars, Iowa. i March and Thorsons, Drugs. L. J. Cross Co., Ice cream and pop factory. heir regular patronage. Harry johnson, Fancy Groceries. Dr. VVooton, Dentist. Edward Sork, .lxlCll,S Furnishings. Variety Store. Gift Shop. Moir Motor Co., Garage. Silverberg Bros., General Merchan- dise. A Ray Smith, Job Printer. First National Bank. Bureau of Engraving. VV. VV. Burrill Sz Sons. Clothier. Swan-Dahl, General Merchandise. Cobb and Greenleaf, Drugs. Edward Klauer. Pop Corn. Akron Savings Bank. A. L. Yeaton, Lawyer. Empress Theatre. bi I iixismfiyvpq T 0 R P E D 0 ' . 'Q .. 9 Cl r Pg. if 'fi' SN-Kb? lx v 1 lf x XNN -. .A ,' 1' NXH. X , 'LIE V rf' ,gulf - 1 ' fyflf 'xx' is f 1 X ' x if N ' TH E . .4 5' DON'T ASK FOR SIZE just say "Herc's my foot, ht me." It's up to us then and We are here to satisfy YOU. Shoe Fitting Our Specialty Students, make this your headquarters Au M E 'I' Z AKRON, IOWA Miss Paclen: "Always love your teachers." Dick H.: "I tried that once, hut she got mad." N Q3 JI lflclcm: "Manima, do Cats go to heaven F" liis Mother: "Of course n0t.', Illclonz "XVell where flu the angels get their harp strings? vb' J! ,st A peach came walking clown the street, She xx as more than passing fairg A smile. a nod, a half closed eye, And the peach became a pair. SWEN SON 'S GARAGE REPAIR WORK GOODRICH TIRES TRUCK HAULING AKRON, IOWA Phone 54 Many a true word is spoken through false teeth, PAUL WENDT ' GENERAL MERCHANDISE DRY GOODS SHOES GROCERIES FIRST IN QUALITY AND PRICE Telephone 21 AKRON, IOWA Hilda: "Are you from Alaska?" Gerald: "No, why." Hilda: "You dance like you had snow shoes on." 3 .S 3 She tightly clung about him, The dainty slender thing. For he was a wooden top, And she, a long white string. .99 ,M .3 I'rof. Troup: "W'hen do you think about air the most?" Spike: "When I have a flat tire." ug al Q99 Freshie: "What is an oyster?l' Soph: "An oyster is a fish built like a nut." .X Q99 299 Don Cross: "I have quite a reputation as a lady killer." Dorthy "Doubtless you bore them to death." J .Al .99 Spike: "I wish to ask you a question concerning a tragedy." Mr. Troup: "NVell?" Spike: "What is my grade?" QUALITY MEATS AT LOWEST PRICES WEIDENFELLER'S THE WHITE FRONT MARKET Phone 47 Akron, Iowa Hardware! Furniture! Undertaking! KLAUER BROTHERS Latest Patterns in Congoleum Rugs Day Phone 59 Night Phones-340 - 115 - 216 FORD FORD TRUCKS LINCOLN FORDSON TRACTORS We carry a Complete Line of Ford Parts for Cars, Trucks and Tractors DIRKS MOTOR CO. Phone 240 AKRON, IOWA OLE SILKEBAKKEN Dry Goods Groceries Shoes School Supplies AKRON, - - - IOWA Phone 19 'll-ml :mrl Dick coming out of ling- lish: HGWZII1 yzlkiclclen P' "S'fnct yuczmaskerf' "Wz1sl1cnu bout ut?" "lJ'nu tl1:1sw:1tsl1esccl." "X'Venzit Cl1lIllllUff?n "l'st-t-l-1-t." lullllilziil 0at's me-mx "Nutslowecl somun ewrus "Cotta shakalegf' "Sl4mg." Groceries and Meats L. UROF F We do our own delivering AKRON, - - IOWA Phone 39 Some women have clepthsg the brains of others are merely excavations 1 CLYDE'S PLACE Cunningham's Light Lunches Everything in Candy Hardware and Furniture Magazines Victor Phonographs Latest Music Latest Records Undertaking AKRON, - - IOWA Phone 101 Phone 51 Which Is Worse? The keenness of the Seniors when they're keen? Or, greenness of the Freshies when tl1ey're green? Ur, ineanness of the teachers when they'rc mean? J? J' ai Scully: "Gee your lips are just like rose petals." Uesia: "Really, Scully. l must say goodnight now." Scully: "l,et's say it with flowers." J S 5 Nose Froze So's Toes 3 N H Found in Joke Box: Desia wants ,to take an Ain. l.it. hook home No. R 23. Carrie. Q4 J' al "1 wonder who he's kissing nowfl-liilcla. 55" 51 if Miss Coonsz "Name one thing of importance that we have now that we did not have a hundred years ago." Bessie: "Me." ' Eve lieing a spare rili, has naturally had a lot of roasting. Dick llauck was heard murmur- ing to himself with his Latin hook open ht-fore him: "All are dead who spoke it, All are dead who wrote it, All are dead who learned it, lilessed death they earned it." ,Sl 98 Al Swede to Bartley O.: "Your sis- ter is spoiled, isn't she F" Bart: "Naw, that's just the per- fume she uses." .53 dl 14 Conder in Agriculture Class: "VVhat is the price of corn?" Don: H5150 a pint." WE HAVE Wilson Equipment For Every I SPORT COOPER SPORTING GOODS CO. LE MARS, IOWA Western Agents MARCH AND THORSONS Prescription Druggists Golf Supplies Fountain Pens Eastman Kodaks Edison Phonographs Ice Cream, Candy, Soda Water REXALL STORE AKRON, IOWA Flappers do what old maids think. L. J. CROSS COMPANY Manufacturers of IDEAL ICE CREAM AND POP SHERBERTS AND ICES BRICK ICE CREAM ARTIFICIAL ICE Phones-23 - 116 AKRON, IOWA FOR MEN ONLY -119111111 911s 11111--1110115 se 9.11111 se sum 9115 '1JeaL1 .1911 110 pums 01 111:11 QLIS II ',1101191110s II O1 193 111110.11 9115 1191151 91111 111:91 .i111za111z SBLI 911s 1119011 S1111 's111u11B110p O1 511111011 1911 O1 3111111.11 9.113 9111 ',x1011s 1: 10 1s0113 1: 11911125 11 211011911105 1110 11 111111 11la11s 1961 9.11 puy 'A10u:1 1011 1113110 QIIS 112111 1112111 1911921 1110 1Ju11 O1 s9:111 11121110111 I2 ,SIIIIIIOII SI 91911111 HARRY JOHNSON 1898 1924 Fancy Groceries DR. WOOTON and Candies Dentist CASH AND CARRY Phone 158 Phone 33 fun- i Q SCHOOL SUPPLIES TAILORING CANDIES NOVELTIES FOR THE and PARTY GLASSWARE MEN'S FURNISHINGS GIFT SHOP Edward Sork VARIETY STORE Phone 6 Mary, Mary, slightly airy, llow do thc fashions go? Short hohhed hair, shoulders hare And vertebrae all in a row. sl 3 al Mrs. Cook: "Did the examination questions bother you? Norman: "No, but the answers did." 14 A J "How stunning," remarked the victim as the holdup cracked him Over the head. MOIR MOTOR COMPANY DODGE BROTHERS AUTOMOBILES FISK TIRES Second Hand Parts for all Makes of Cars Handle All Repairs Prompt Service Work Guaranteed Phone 37 AKRON, IOWA "l'm all set," said the sun as it disappeared over the horizon. "Thank goodness that's over," said the drop kicker. Silverberg Brothers Company We own five big stores and buy our goods in large quan- tities. 'l'herefore, we can sell on a smallcr margin of profit. Xl'e want your trade and we can save you money. THANK YOU READ THE Register-Tribune for the News of Akron and surrounding territory. 82.00 Per Year Our job Printing Depart- ment is equipped to turn out anything in this line. RAY A. SMITH Editor and Proprietor FIRST NATIONAL BANK of AKRON, IOWA Capital and Surplus S7 5,000.00 START AN ACCOUNT TODAY STYLE QUALITY PRICE Characteristics We have acquired through 31 years of business in Akron. Style Headquarters for STUDENTS HABERDASHERY VOGUE SUITS VAN HEUSEN and ARROW COLLARS ENDICOTT-JOHNSON SHOES COOPER UNDERWEAR W. W. BURRILL 81 SONS SWAN DAHL Groceries - Dry Goods Men's and Women's Furnishings Best Quality - Lowest Prices COBB 8L GREENLEAF PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS are still in business Watch 'em Pop and hear 'em crack Popcorn and Peanuts Five cents a sack EDWARD KLAUER "No, Gelievicvc, a bridal party 1 nothing to do with horse. TI-IRIFT Is a part of a child's education. Regardless of what particular calling they may choose or be best suited in for future life, it is cer- tain that they cannot escape the problems of Finance and the necessity of thrift. Every parent that has the welfare of his chil- dren at heart should encourage the thrift habit in their early age. 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