Akron High School - Torpedo Yearbook (Akron, IA)

 - Class of 1925

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Q E E R NTU 1925 by Q ..1.L4u 1? 275 SCHOOL GH I H ON AKR I I 4 ! I 4 I 1 I 4 I 4 ! I I 4 4 ! 4 4 4 I 4 4 5 I I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ! 4 I 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I I 4 4 I 4 4 4 4 I 4 I 4 I s W , - M hal?-:QD 5 V ,- Q I i N My xagln vis K fd' Three 4. ,mln "' E lLLflLQUlllQl fly Tfllgi-E9 P,-F3326 II ipripnlllrnpnnpg I v E 5 5 5 5 I I I I I I I I I 5 I Q I 5 E I I 5 5 v I I 5 5 g 5 f 5 5 I 5 5 4 H I n T I I s FOREW QRD 3 I I f NVe are glad to be able to present this third I I third volume of the Torpedo. The spirit of loyalty I I I I and co-operation shown by various members of the I I school and particularly by the members of the E I Senior Class has been of immense help. We also I s wish to expressour sincere appreciation for the in- Q Q terest and kind advice of Miss Galman and Mr. g E Troup our Literary advisors who have worked so E 4 faithfullly for the success of this book. ' I In the years to come, may this Annual be one of s I the memories, the olden reveries, to be looked back I 1 g 5 I upon with fond thoughts. We sincerely hope that s I the spirit of the school has been resented in such a I I P 1 s way as to recompense you one and all for your co- I I operation. E I I I I I I I I 5 5 4 I I 5 I I I v 5 5 5 5 5 I 5 5 5 5 5 W lv x 1352 , Four ORS BO OF ER D R If fm 7 I FACULTY II CLASSES III ATHLETICS IV FORENSIC ACTIVITIES V VI FEATURES " 'mn' I 4 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 5 5 5 4 . 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 f 5 4 5 f 5 5 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 I 4 5 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 4 ADS VII E Iliff!! 4 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 5 4 4 5 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 5 4 5 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 4 4 4 5 4 5 5 QlQl11SY 1i1511iititt1xxx51itt.iiii1ltti1ZLQi. 11111111151 1QQQQQ QQSQQQSCQ 11 jg xuixxxixxxih Af .LAI ' Ton, Epo.. Kia- LL I"Lf.4....F f Q, Qsl DEDICATION ln appreciation of her loyalty and l1Ilt1l'1I'l LffO1'tS in our belnlf. VVe the Class ot 1925 do most respectfully dedicate this volume to our aclvlsor HARRIIITT A. GAT M MN 1 , A 1 fl 1: Y ffg 1 HLQ- . , f-.X e .xp - il 5 .ge 1 QQ: Six QHKKQSQSSHHQHKXiiiQSQSQHQQQHHKQHSQQKIQHKKYXXQIKQKQSSSSHSQSSKKQQQQIQKQKHQXHKHKQQQQKKYQKQXXN X11 el N X N N X N N N N N E N ' x E N . I I I,?i31' - . l 1 . f' I R 4 x N I x . - UQ l l Xl lx!QQIQQQQQQQQQQQSQQQQQCQQ1QQQQQQ2QQQQQQYQQQQIKQINQQHQQCKiii!111SQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQHQYXQW W, ff777 -TORPEDO ..,i ll 17 ll l1l7l!l'Lj77,LLLLLLfl ll I .,,-,,,4.v- Y :Iran , ., W ,e ' '...w,n...-J HARRIETT GALMAN rf x ff X K J , IIfIIIIIIIIIIIIIII'II QSC? 2 N 1 fl 3 Seven I XX 7 A QQQQKXQKSXQXXQIKQ YQKSQSQQSHKHQIKQQQHSQHHQQQQQQQQ XXI 1 V 7, 1111111171 MLM, LL!! 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Principal Mathematic Drake University OOO English Senior Sponsor Morningside OOO BESS GREEN B. A. Latin Domestic Art Junior Sponsor Teachers College E HARRIETT GALMAN B. 4 15 N' Mix U - ixgfgltv - Q Ten 7 HSSHSHHHKKQQQQKKSKXHXX QYSXQQQSQQKC1KXQQQHSQQQHQQQQHYQ111lilQKSXQXSQKKQKSSSSSSSKQSKQQQQ Xl '11 'JP PU p' CU '53 o CI r: IU F, 1- 'D P n P 'A -C l E f-ffl -+oIlPgEl,- 1: ff 'Y' Ziillll ag r E 5 E 5 F A c U L T Y - 5 - ee a 7 5 5 f 5' K 5 K 5 ' I s If GLADYS GIBSON B. A. E E K History Q i K Freshman Sponsor E E Drake' University g f 5 I 4 E KN 0 0 0 E g HAROLD BRYAN B. A. E 5 ' A Mathematics f s D Manual Arts E I Athletic 1 ' . . I g Mornlngslde- 3 v z l f 5 f ' A T F E abr 2 0 0 0 s p I 9 H , . 4 g LUCILLE AILS E I . I I Music 1 g Q General Science g E XVestern State Normal g g X Q Sllringfaelfl Normal School E l V 4 N , I E M fi? 5 I ' ' g 4 i ' ' r n X f A g , ,ix ,f 5 4? L - f . 1 I 5 if K J it g 4 fx " X i f 5 4 53 J F I 5 1 ig I A 2 .SSS ff 5315. 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X 36 X s f LW- Wfyjwwx l E m 4? 7, ' X' N QQ xkh E X3 5 5 - .xii E I 5 E fr? 7 T . hh-teen fffffff4.Lu flllfflflll 7-ORPEDO K 7:91111 ff1ffffLZL,,gL,g, 11: iv,-7-,4gSf Zan.: I EVELYN HOSCHLER Blondy Assistant Editor Torpedo 25' Basket B 23 24 5. If Blondy is unable to 'recite She s probably thinking about last night. O O O LYNN BOOTH Boots Athletic Editor Torpedo 25' Foot- bal 25' Track 23 24. Lets kill ll cat and celebrate. O O O VIOLET CROW Giggles Calendar FdltOl Torpedo 2 Glee Club 23 24 25 S cretary Treasurer Entered from Chatsworth ln 23 I 1eyoice in on well developed faculty for bluffzng OOO CLIFFORD JOHNSON C iff Glee Club 24 25 Operetta 24 25 I dare not be as funny as I can as as 7 Y , ! all, ' , ' , '2 4: , K ! ! I! ss as ! 7 , ! 19 , 7 ! , 7 y ll 7 i7 as - as J ' ', , ' 5: 1 J s -, ,x r 9 a u ' ' Glee Club, '25g Operetta, '23, '24, '25g ' 1 H G . . . ' L7 fs as 1 7 , 1 v 7 ! Y , 7 Y ' 4: , ' u - ff! f X' X ' J A7ffffffffl4fff1!71f-ff 7 ,fg v J Q Y . V I I-Lfllg QQTORPED -,ix , 111LL11Z77lllQ llllilig 2 I g -L-at y fbi? , I I 1 s g I f E ,.,.,-,.,,,-,... 5 ,,,M,:X,?::,4A,w-7 ' E fm X 34 E I 5 I I I DARREL JOHNSON ' "Da'el" E I Joke Editor, Torpedo, '25g Declama- i g 'C01'y, '22, '23, '24, '25g Track, '23, '24. I I "For they can conquer who believe they l eau." 1 ' I I I 0 o Q I I 4 I E OMA OGDEN ulkgyv E E Assistant Business Manager, Torpedo, g ' '25g Declamatory, '25g Class President, g s '24, Class Secretary-Treasurer, '25 g g 4 Basket Ball, '23, '24, '25, I I "She's not cz flapper, noi' by far is she I s dumb, H g - 5 Just Oma, I guess, and evei'yone's churn." 5 I I I . 4 I I I 0 0 0 I I I I 1 I I I I I E WILLIAM HOSCHLER "Bill" E H "Fm just the dickens once I get started." E 1 I E I 4 o 0 0 I I ' I I . I I f I I I I I I I 4 I 5 VETA HUCKERT "Huck" 2 I Ubi "Oh maiden, maiden, let down thy hair : I - I R that I may climb without a stair." I 5 7 N ' 1 X f ' Ly, N, 'V 5 I xx 'iq ' - K we 1 n ,iv f 1 I T I 4 ,Y if . fr ' f ' f, XJ xx 5 i 2 ' I w 1 x, 3 N r -Q ff ffm' fi K gcf , 1 .5 Fifteen T x A-7. 4, , Ll f 144411741 T?R8?-Dqif 542411 11 11 11411111-T7 4177715 LQ, 1? "1 ! I 5 4 I 5 5 E a AXKYQ' ss' 4 s f. 5 1 E g if CARRIE AKERS "Irish" Q . I g tx Editor, Torpedo, '25, Class President, g s 4 ' '25, Declamatory, '24, '25, Play, '24, g g Operetta, '24, Glee Club President, '24, l 4 L K '25, Yell Mistress, '23. ' g 'X "Could you to eyes of blue be true, f If eyes of brown should smile on you?" f s X f 4 I ' 4 1, p '1 W , o o o I 4 ' 5 xx , g f Xl 4 Q MILTON ERICSON "Swede" f g X Business Manager, Torpedo, '25, Foot- 1 I nl ban, '22, '23, '24, Track, '24, Glee Club, ' s f '23, '24, '25, Operetta, '23, '24, '25. I "He's fine if you know him, I 'Q 1 x But at times misunderstood. 5 i If jazz were a trade I E lx We're sure he'd make good." g F . 5 o o o 4 I E THEADORA YEATON "Billie" I Art Editor, Torpedo, '25, Class Presi- E dent, '22. E "Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit." E f I ! , I 3 I ff A O O g fy 0 4 I " 1 4 V A! 4 : ' 4 ' 4 4 5 4 4 UN l LINN ART ANDERSON "Andy" 5 E g I "He never did nothing to nobody." 5 4 4 I 5 1 J I ' ,kt i ' xxx J l 4 4 5 ! 3 A 933 if 551 ' fri . ff-I - Q3 ,. x.-g ' f sq: r Sixteen .c. QQQS Qiiiiiiiitxxxxstili li QQIQQQQQ QQ QQQQQQQ QQ 11 QKQQQ QQQ Ig xhixxxxxxxxi ..... 4fff41ff4.44Lfffff1ff'a1 C'LToRPEDo iafffffffuffu.L1.fJ244LELLlZ" mug- 5 .sr VIOLA MAYNARD "Vi" Assistant Business Manager, Torpedo, '25g Basket Ball, '23, '24, '25. t'Q11iet manners and ll serene face, Gentle and pretty in every place." O00 '33 I SPERLING ANDERSON "Spuds" Football, '24, "If love is insanity, Then I'm crerfainly irltellectzfalf' O O O BERNICE BURN ETT "Beany" Vice-President, '25g Society Editor, Torpedo, '25, Basket Ball, '23, '24, '25g Glee Club, '23, '24, 25, Operetta, '23, '24, '25g Secretary and Treasurer Glee Club, '23g Class President, '22, "In speeches she's a whiz, In plays she's It olandyg In most anything we had, Benny was handy." O O O HARVEY TAYLOR "Static" Assistant Business Manager, Torpedo, '25g Glee Club, '24, '25, Operetta, '24, '25 "He's quite but he delivers the goods." , N m A QKKXQSQHSHKQHKKQQQHKKHHKQQQHKKQQSQQXXQIKXQXXQKKQKSSKSXKSQSKQHYQQHIQKSKHQHHKHSQQQHQKQKKKQXX X11 -4 ' ,Z f fini? ff? I ' '777' , 'A ,ew ' - 27:252- " pf v 1 a -,, Seventeen ff? XY n 4 4.4f4l114.44.L4,g1114f11'11.! ' s A1 7-QED., Y 3 IIYI 1 1 Z 1,4 6213-6333! ' ' ""'? 5 E 4 5 ' 5 4 ,,,fM-ww,-s,,,,.,-,,,,-N - , ' 'I XX, f 4 - X 4 5 6 S' X 4- ' - 4 4 r f ' 4 4 I 5 4 f i f 5 5 a MAE JOHNSON "Johnson" E I Basket Ball, '24, '25, Q g "To be modest is her aim, I E She alwlllls Plays her part in the game." g 4 5 4 4 4 4 , 0 0 0 , 4 4 ' I 4 4 f , s I PEARL HENDRICKS "Pearly" E 5 fl Pperetta, '23, '24, '25, Glee Club, '23g E s if if '25g Vice-President, Glee Club, '24, g 1 rn. E 5 "She is a 'maideh so quiet and shy, E s And on her lessons keeps a studious eye." g ' I 4 4 5 l 4 I O O O , I 4 l 5 I 4 4 E I ORA TALBOTT "Just Ora" E 5 Glee Club, '24, '25g Operetta, '24, '253 g l Declamatory, '23, '24, '25, : 5 "Quiet and demure to those she knows, f l A fazthful love she always shows." 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VVe will admit it has been a long hard chase during which many changes have taken place Our first year was spent mostly in getting acquainted with each other and the ways of High School. About the middle of the year, we moved into the new building and had to learn the ways to the various class-rooms all over again. During our freshmen year Evelyn Hoschler was our class president W'e were not very active during our Sophomore year, but this was due mostly to faculty regulations and not because we lacked the pep. Bernice Burnett was elected class president this year Our Junior year was a very busy year as it was up to us to give the junior-Senior Banquet. VVith the cooperation of the whole class and the help of our sponsor Miss Paden, we succeeded in putting on a Carnival in the Gym XYe have taken part in all school activities and have been strongly represent ed in all activities. During this year Oma Ogden hlled the important position of president. Now as Seniors as we stand ready to go out in the world, we look back upon our four years of high School as successful and happy CLASS PROPHECY Ten years after our graduation from dear ald Akron High, I was seated in an open chair before a fire, I picked up a newspaper hoping to direct my mind from the problem of the day. As my eyes wandered over the items, I happened to see this passage "Milton Ericson, the well known Professor at the University of Illinois has been offered the chair of Literature at Har vardf' VVe, his many friends join in wishing him success in his newpostion As I read these lines from my old town newspaper, fond memories of the days of Twenty-Five drifted back to me. Watcliing the fire I noticed it held me as if by magic, revealnig to me my old classmates as if they were present. One flame seemed to spring up from the rest, bringing with it a picture of my pal, Carrie Akers, with her wild firey broncho out an a large range in Arizona, where she has space to expand her lungs Next to my surprise, appeared Harvey Taylor, as a famous actor, taking -s Q r 6 'L K ' "' . s SQA' I CT: -. 1 .4 5 Twenty YYSQSSHQQKCQIKQQCHHQQQHQQQQHHQQHQQXXQKKXQXXYHKQKSQSSSKKQSHQHYQQQKQKQKHHHHHKKYQQQYQYKYXKXXHS A .. I Fi 1 I Q. ci -I 'lah N Y 11111111 ffl gQ7'7D QTO E - , f7777"LL1l77n IIIII I 1111111 Z k I gy 1 52259 1 9 E g the place of Rudolph Valentino in the "Shiek" with Ora Talbott as his lead- g g ing lady. 4 g The scene in the fire now changed to Rome, and there I saw Leslie g g Ross making his rebut as a violinist. Crowds surged and tossed to gain ad- Q g mittance to the great auditorium to hear him play. E g I was now becoming enthusiastic over the scenes and was much interest- I f ed in seeing Evelyn Hoschler living on a farm raising melons. Just then Q s there was a sharp knock at the door and on opening it greatly to my surprise Q I there stood my classmate Theadora Yeaton. She was informing me that she E E was starring in, "The VVays of Holding a Husband." ' I She asked me if I knew that Linnart Anderson was lived in my city was g Q driving a taxi, and had driven her to my home. He told her that he was Q ! working for Lynn Booth, the wealthy owner of the Booth Taxi Co. f Q She also told me while playing in New York, she had met Bernice Bur- Q E nett who said she had been studying dancing and had taken New York by Z , storm, and was now living in the "Bed of Roses." I g Bernice said she .had received a letter from VVilliam Hoschler who had E I becoige F1 lgaderlof the Metropolitan Orchestra in which Viola Maynard 2 I p aye tie axopione. At a dinner party one night he became intoxicated E and married a cook of the hotel, an extremely pretty Irish woman. After E f her death a few years later he married a former sweet heart, Violet Crow. E g Theodora said while on her way to the theatre in Chicago a large lim- 1 5 ousine crashed into her taxi and who should it be but Pearl Hendricks now 5 g the wife of the well known cartoonist Clifford Johnson. Pearl directed her s I chauffeur who was Gaines Mitchell, to take them to a hospital. Another sur- 5 E lgrise awaited them for who should the doctor be but Sperling Anderson and I j tie nurse Mae johnson. I E th gust then ggilliegsn cacgfcarme andllve parted happy that we had learned E , e or unes o ie ass wenty- ive. 4 I I I I l I g I s -1 + f ' CI ASS WILL AND TESTAMENT 5 4 I E 1 E I VVe, the class of '25, while standing sound in mind and well in body, in I bodv, in order to dis no of ll rthl nd cherish l oss sg" s before we I g , 1Se .a eavya .ecp esion ' ' embark on our voyage of life with the uncertalnty of eternity before us, I E do ordain, establish and declare this to be our last will and testament. I I E ARTICLE 1 E I Bequests to the Faculty - 5 To Mr. Troup our Superintendent we will and do bequeath the wonder- g W r 5 1 Q s , I f 2 1 1. ! be ,. x x -gif Ifffflllllflfflflllfl Q5 L 5 .. 1 4 V J Twenty-one I lfALLf 'fjixreno " ' " ' I ful rules of discipline we learned in school. To Miss Galman our advisor we will all our mistakes in English and leave with her as a fond remembrance, all the worries we have caused her. To Miss Paden we leave the satisfaction that when we enter the As- sembly of Fame we will be greeted by her faithful warning "lf you Wish to visit, go to some other room and talk." To Miss Greene we will bequeath our Caesar text books, ponies not included. ,To Miss Gibson we bequeath a bound copy of the Special reports given through out the year in Civics. To Miss Ailes we bequeath the Glee Club and Operetta books in hopes that she doesn't over use them. r ARTICLE ll Bequests to Undergraduates: To the student body we leave our choice seats in the Assembly room. To the juniors, we bequeath our Caesar Ponies which they surely will need. To the Sophomores we will our originality, our resourcefulness, our dignity, our conceit, and our fond hopes for success. To the Freshman Class we will the pleasure of finding out all the many forms the little word "amo" can take. ART1ci.ia 111 l, Darrel Johnson, bequeath my extra height to Paul Poppcnhcmier. I, Violet Crow, bequeath my curls to Helen Klauer. 1, Harvey Taylor, bequeath my red tie to Arthur McConohie. 1, Clifford johnson, bequeath my ability to copy to Paul Stoll. I, Lynn Booth, will my seat in the Assembly to Muriel Talbot. 1, Pearl Hendricks, will my voice to Constance NVynia. I, Sperling Anderson, will my pipe to Long Ted Ericson in order that his growth may be stunted. I, Milton Ericson, bequeath my remedy for overcoming sleep to Jack Cummins. A .l, Gaines Mitchell, bequeath my studying ability to Royal Metz. l, livelyn Hoschler bequeath my stubbornness to Olive Akers. I, Liiinert Anderson, bequeath my Knowledge of Caesar to Oather Cummins. l, Leslie Ross, bequeath my package of Camels to Jake Uroff. I. Mae johnson, bequeath the first seat in the next to the last row to George Snyder so that he may never be lonesome. 5 w 02 'gif - Jive " Twenty-two 7 A 5 A Y I If 11111 1111 ToR'EEo ' ' 'V 2 1121.4 --- or sri' E V I l . F I 4 I, Carrie Akers, bequeath my job as liditor-in-Chief of the 'llorpedo to E s anyone that wants it. I H I, Veda lluckcrt, leave my secret recipe for curly hear to Violet Jacobs. E g 1, Uma Ogden, will my dancing pumps to Muriel Talbot. I g l, Alina Anderson, will my Diamond Dyed hair to Clifford Metz. 5 : I, Ora Talbot, bequeath my "French Rolls" at the back of my neck to f s the insatiable appetite of james Klauer. ' I Q I, Bernice Burnett, will my ability to tickle the ivories to Howard g I , Manning. I I, Viola Maynard, will my well trained and lady like sneeze to Clara I I johnson. . . E I I, xvllllillll lloscliler will my bell bottom trousers to Donald Waterbury. p I 1, Theodore Yeaton, will my radio boots to Myrtle Oakes. I I I, Mr. Bryan, will my knowledge of Math. and Agriculture to Sophomore E I Class of 25. I I I E 5 ' 5 I I I I I 5 I 4 I E E I I I I g 4 I I I I I I ' E I ' 1. 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E I g OLIVE HOFFSTAD EDITH HEEREN I I "An active mind, ideas clever "Edith, the keen little blond, s g Full of fun and jolly ever." Of boys 'tis said is very fond." g ' I 5 JAMES KLAUER VERL ALLEN 7 E "A dashing young heart-breaker." "Why let women bother you." i s x,, F .Sb -x Q A - 5 ,rn fr Ig 5.1 f 3 -Q47 QU: its - Q 1 Thirty v 4.4 J QQ 5 I ,IVIZ7 ig ll 11 1' 411 1f772 If ' 11:11: 43 I E s 5 ' J U N 1 0 R S , 5 E I is n I ! I I if . , g 9 iw , . 4 I W I I Q A Zh , Q I I 2 I 9 5 ' I 4 n 5 5 4 s 1 4 p I 4 I , I 4 I - I F 5 I A I K I 4 A A I A I ' v I 1 I I I I 4 5 I ' . I I ' I i Z I I I I I I ' 5 n - - , 5 ! I I I I I Q IRA HAMMER WINIFRED HUFF I I "I wish I was 'rich instead of so darn "Modest, quiet, sweet and kind, g I good looking." Winnie with keen wit and mind." S I VIOLET JACOBS I 5 "I will not let my fun interfere with 5 I with my Latin." . : g EVAH STINTON DONALD WATERBURY I I "She hath the gift of gab." "His 'recitations are built on a bluff." g g V ELINOR PAULSON I g "A studious student." E E F . , I 5 5 W -W 1 s D . 5 I N fr cl-l'f'.'5 I :ee A , v qv Thirty-one lx!QQQQHQQQQQQQQQKQSQQCCQQ1QCQQQQZCQQQQQSQQQQQBKHKQQKIQCQQQSKS11l1QQ1QilQQQQiQQQi1l1x 4 L11 C Jkfjgzno EZ IE-E.4...r I ROBERT BROWN BERNICE BOYD One of the Jzmzoo Shzeks Just we and my Fmd VALDA ERICSON The gul with the giggle THEADOR ERICSON GEORGE SNYDER He fears the wzles of mazdens srmlee Im Jzwf as good a Shzel ae Bob FAHY REPLOGLE CLARENCE MESKE What 'Lf I am a clown I dan t not smde upon the dameels seem fo enjoy 'Lt Twould breal foo many heart? Q 2 Q flaw. fy, 1 in 1 Q53 nl .- kgfcl - Thirty-two HQHKXHKXIHYQSHKKQXHKXN YK 1111111 Ki X QQKQSQSQQISQKKQQQ HQQQHQQQQHHQQQ X11 1,7 V QgJs'l'oR9EDo ...ri v ' I Z I exif? E I F 1 5 9 5 I THE .I UN IUR VOYAGE 5 s - E g We, the trustworthy, energetic class of '26, commenced our I E 1 voyage on the boundless sea of advanced education when we were 5 E assigned our places in the High School assembly, September 1922, E 4 Our ship was successfully piloted the First year by Arthur Dahl, Q g the second year by Karl Youngstrom and this year by Ira Hammer. H l E . As every voyage must have it's rough waters and then it's g f clear skies, so was our trip during these three successful years. Co- g g operation and remarkable guidance have so aided us that we have I g attained a reputation that others envy. E i I Our vessel has been so provided that nothing was lacking when Z f even emergencies arose. When we arrived at that point of our jour- s g ney which required basketball men, we found several worthy fellows Q g to give praiseworthy assistance. In our First attempt on the Island Q g Basketball we completely conquered all opponents and claimed the Q g tournament as the first fruits of our voyage. E 3 As we set out again we saw looming upon the horizon another E Q island which was to be conquered by Dramatists. Several embarked Q g and carried off some of the most coveted treasures from that island 5 s called Forensic. After battling with the foes for a considerable I : length of time, we captured high honors in Operetta, Plays and g 4 Glee Club. 4 I 1 H VVhile a number of strong sailors were struggling for the special : g goals, all were engaged in their tireless respective duties, endeavor- s E ing to attain the common goal of sailing the vessel successfully into g g the harbor of Graduation. I F 4 g In spite of our laudable ambitions we tarried several times dur- g g ing our voyage on pleasant islands to enjoy ourselves by means of 5 g parties, picnics and hikes. These never-to-be-forgotten diversions : g renewed the courage of our crew and served as oil to the troubled I 3 waters in the sea of education. E g In another year we will reach our journey's end, already the g g beautiful harbor of "Graduation" canbe seen in the distance. It is g I our earnest wish to safely pilot our vessel over this last stretch of Q Q water, and land our entire crew safely in this promising harbor. I E Verl Allen ' E 55 ' 2 1 KNLI- - ffre nge! - 2753 1 : - , Thirty-three ' if Y 3 Ill 4.4! lgllfd g Tfnrrg-39 ? 5 Q CLASS OFFICERS g President ,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,.......,........ IFE-1 Hammer g Vice President ........... .....--,...-,------- G ladys Huff s Secretary-Treasurer .................... Fahy Replogle g Flower: Purple and NVhite Asters g Colors: Purple and White s MOTTO-"Labor plortam ilperitf' I iWork opens t e ga e. f I f l i E WHERE PEP ABOUNDS Q Listen, Pep abounds in a class like this. I just an ambitious and spirited class like this- : VVhere the teachers assign the lessons hard E NVe answer "Yesl' with ambition free, g To handle with nerve the hardest thing, I XVithout waiting for the tomorrowg 5 VVhen Heeing hours had long 'ere sped ' That's Pep, NVhere? In the junior Class, see? E All love to attend a class like this. 6 just an active and peppy class like this g Where in everything we do our bit I In words "VVe will" with suden hunch I Of actiong without any time to spare I We voeiferate in harsh words g VVhen others leave the task in their way g That's Pep, "VVhere ?,' In the Junior Bunch E People look upon a class like this, I A talented and successful class like this ! XYher the right goal in view is shown 5 To aid our class by throwing roses, 5 Instead of rocks and knocks and bluffs I We're boosters now come and join us please g With team-work we're sure to win, before E The happy Junior Class Days closes. g Then let hopes be for a class like this g just an unselfish and happy class like this Q Where Weill greet you with a smile g Altho' rough the road may be to pass g If you like to have success, but think g You can't its a cinch you probably won t 5 Unless you grit your teeth and do Hght W The battles like "VVho did? The Junior Class Kffnip. -x s A 4 Thirty-four Q 1 5 l I N U 3 I l l I l 5 l I xxxxxxxd QQKXQKKXQXXQKXQKSSSSSKKSSXQHYQQQKHKQKHKHHKKWIKQQQK Q1 QQHHKQ HQ QQKXQQQHKHHQ QS QQSQ 1191 I - - " ' -- 1 ' 1 5 ' I .. E . Q3 N. m. '1 5. P VI O 3 Qi MV' Xl I 'mb' 27 'A .Sci ' , Thirty-five Q HKKIHHKIQQIQQQQYQQQQCQQQXQQQQQQZQQQQ11Y.Q1xxxii!XxulllQCHQQSKQQQSQQQQQ QQQ1 QQQQQWXXY E up - N 1 fwwgzwzmzwfwmcggsszsaf . FD -'T3 7 '- "" '-- .... 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X I 5 1-1 .--,,,,, a W E - 5x 175 'ff fri Q- . gil 1 ' GQ r, v X Thirty-seven 'ii Q, 1-, x L!f4ff1f1,f4'gffffL4ff'fff ' Tonpgbb v1 1 1 I 7 ,gfff ,,., "- omg, ,I ' SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS lresulent Eldon Brady X lee Ireerdent George Buswell beuetfuy lrumsurer hvelyn ETICSOU Colors Maroon and Wllrte MOTTO Tomte ue launeh XX here 511111 we 'mchor IM-MEM We-f i E QYSXQQQSYQKH1IXQQQQSQQQHQQQHHHQQCQQXXQKHXQXSQKHQKQSHSKKSSQSQKSQQQIQKQKQQHHIKSYQQQHKKQKHXM X11 f 1 .' 4 J i . S 3 at 5 Flower: Vkfhite Carnation . N JU ,el A6 . X 'X W 7 A i Y ,, ' ,"' ' c 1 . W W -x x ,- ,fa 13 N ff 3 fvffxlggjfffff ,f f'fl'4ff4f1f!!44fl Ly - 1 : Q 5 Thirty-eight 1 Y' K, 911111111 II ' ' A I g Tjgpgn ' I . itccg , g , , . g SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY E - I E H- s I E When the present class or Sophomores entered the first grade, I g ten years ago, there were about thirty of us. E E All the teachers we have ever had and probably ever will have, E g think us the best class going. I : W When in the third grade we knitted for the soldiers, which goes A ' g to show what an industrious and patriotic bunch we are. g I E Miss Starr, our sixth grade teacher also thought us a fine class,- E 4 in a different way. She seemed to think we had too much pep. s E Ask Ellis if the paddle didn't have ii pleasant sting. 4 I 5 The first part of our seventh year was spent in the basement I I Christian Church, as the new school house had not been completed. Q ' 0 The last half of that year we spent in the new school building, but we f g must confess that the newness has worn off. E I . . g We turned out a winning basketball team 111 the eighth grade. a s The team represented junior High but was madefup entirely of 5 g eighth graders. E I We entered High School in high spirits, but believe us, we I I lost this right after entering. The upper classes llhade our first few g A days very humiliating but we knew they had passed thru the same g ' thin ' ' g- - I , I I During our Freshman year, two of W most popular, and n E brilliant students, Irene Burke and John Francis March, passed g j away. Not only our class but the whole school felt the loss of g ' these students I I 1 ' ' I 5 Our class was rather inactive dllfing the ninth year. We gave F I Ida Mintzer a farewell party and had a class picnic at Riversioux g E Park. This was the extent of our social activities. E g Evelyn Ericson, Margaret Murphy, Roslyn Hoschler, Junice Nas- E g land, Lambtrt Jeffers, Arnold Brundeen, and William johnson, f g added pep and numbers to our class. 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Q s If you come to our classes Q f You can't help but say, 5 g "I wish I was that way," E E But we'll answer "Nay", For E 4 5 ' Chorus ' l E We are the Sophomores, 3 I The Sophomores are we, g I We stick together : g Like sap to a tree, s g We're like a snail a g l A little bit slow g 1 But when we start going g F Oh boy, we sure go, : g Sometimes we grumble g 5 Like all pupils do, Q I After the grumble, O Gee! : g We go to our class g s And maybe we don't sass, g g I mean the Sophomores, By Gee! g i E f i A E lf, X Ili! I 0? 1 gil! 1 Forty-one! x x ii N X X x x x Q x Nl l B' , za Y In U o N N l I I xxxxxxxxxxvaxxxxxxxxxxxxx! N 1'L.4g,.f ,gf fx' QHQQQQQQQSC1XKQQQHSQQQCQQQQQHQQQQQKXQHKSQXXQHSQKQSSYSXYQQHQQQQQ I X 4 s KKK Q! L mlb, 5 ...J n...1?,,.,k 'Z , 5' 2 xg ' ff? f ffl ... 'J W ffffffff 111141777 Ill ,,, 1 N Wx! v rf WN 1 "5 Forty-two IXIQQQQHKQQQQQCKQSQSQQQQQQQQQQC1CQQQQQSQQQQQCQIWQHDHQQHLQKSSQQSQQQQQ i1QiiQQ1lQHiYSY 1 77227 ToRPEDo 41-41- -E-Gi-f I' A 104' .... 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H a Zel Allen s Vice-President .4 S, 4..,, I so , Olive Akers E E Secretary and Treasurer , , ..,S,S, S, .S..,S,.S.,S,,,S..., Arta Anderson E I ,se as ,-z Q I Flower: Wfhite Rose s 65 3 Q55 E I I Colors: Green and VVl1ite f g 4 3 A3 N 5 MOTTO E 4 , , g , "Success 1S our goal' ' 5 5 W 'W E u If ll ,jiji7fffff,'ffL777ffffj7!lfg QQ -sf :N 7 1 Forty-four 1 4,-ui' Y Y I LLLIf 7.1 Qi-TORPEDO ..... ' , 177' ' J ll IIIIJIJIHHIJIHIQ' f I fu- 1 5 THLL ---.J g 4 E i E I E THE FRESHMAN CLASS i 4 4 ...l... . I 5 4 g On September the eighth. nineteen hundred and twenty-four, the Fresh- Q g man class entered High School, rather green but willing to learn. E 9 . f In athletics we came out strong, one of our members, Letha VVaterbury E s playing on first team. : I . I The Freshman girls were pronounced first class cooks and it is supposed E 3 that in about eight or ten years from now, some lucky man will be getting g 5 the benefit of it. g l . F Five of our members took part in the Declamatory Contest. and although E g none of them placed even third or fourth all did very well, Q 4 . . . f 5 Again in Glee Club the Freshies showed their skill, the pianist being f s one of our members. E E Although green and white were chosen for our class colors, we think 5 s we will make just as good Seniors as the Freshman class four years ago did. g - I g Here we want to thank the teachers and Mr. Troup for the help they Q g have given us during our first and most embarrassing year of High School. g E I Fayetta Grant E n .4 at .se ' ' ! E FRESHMAN POEM Q On the first da ' of Se Jtember f 1 3 I . 4 f In nineteen twenty-Five' 4 I ' ' I g Thirty eight young Freshies, ' I : At Akron High arrived. : I i 4 : Although we did look green, E g And almost scared to deathg' I g VVe showed the High School Students, g g That we could stand the test. E 4 v s Now that we've had a real good start, g E We know that we will beg s In school activities just as smart g g As juniors, Sophomores, Seniors three. 2 E -Gladys Bennett. g l l 5 t r W N x 5 N fr? rg, ... P3 125' ' , 5 Q ' Forty-five 3 -x ff f4Ll-LLLLA4! g V ffl, l ffl! Y F C1-A - 4 , 4 Y vm g -""'1.w4 Ah-MQ'-0' lnlllr g N '1 ' ? 5 4 4 1 5 4 , 4 . F , ' 4, Lmfw, 4 4 1 A w 4 g Ln 4 Q 5 : -4- f E 4 f 4 4 -MH 4 4 4 4 4 a I ' I g m N H Muigg V . 5 4 A MM, 4 4 L V 1 M Q 4 W' an r 4 N: w 4, 4 ,A ' 5 4 A - N : 2 424 i 1 " E 4 J ---fl W w i 5 4 f ..-J 5 4 i f 3:4 , may 4 4 1 Q , ' f M m.,w,,,,,MW g ' wan "R V 7 V K - , 1- . ' F VV KKLV I lg. Tiki .,,V ll k , 5 Vw 'Q,,,, f g F 4i : 44. I I ' 'TIE Q , f L ,jg Y l f -.W V-uw J , s H-f Ln s g ""-- 4 4 4 4 I J 1 E E I 4 H f 5 4 ,l 4 f ,ggwvm ' HMM 5 Il- 5 4 Xapaj K 4 g " r r "' : 5 Q 4 5 f fin N Smfzfn ix gjgwffff g The X . K ,Ml 4 g Q77 L, 4 h I , ,fl Q ! 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The Officers were chosen for just it short period of time so inure children would get the opportunity of leading the meeting. XX it ti 'r Il ' If I it it 1 2 gi! -X fN , Forty-nine li QQQXQLQSQQSQHKXQQQHSQQQQQQQHHKIQ KKKQXSXQXXQSKQKSQHSKKSQQHKQQQH XXI : wi K 1. 1? ... , . -, ,F ,ii -13547-fffff 1' f ffl!!! 114411111 l1.I..L.Z.LL.LLL1..L.L.L.l.LL4LL4L.5.Lz.'.Zf QQ 34 nl x , xi " """ " 7 7 " 'C .Lf fl.LlfLL.-Lf-' fflfilfflddl C ALY+:R,gD YF , f77'7 ZLL, ll 1:t1:Il:11l:111f g A-7 s'-59 5 I 5 s I I I I 5 cc 79 o ' E g IN 1935 we , I 4 I -, I ! , . 5 g The shades of night were falling fast. A voice from the shadows seems g 5 to say, "Follow me." .E Q 4 . f 5 I am carried thru"the air and placed in a large store. Some how, the E : proprietor,s wavy hair has a familiar look. The voice says. "Yes, that's g 4 Dean alright. He's so good-natured he has to keep on enlargingihis place I E of business because they all want to trade here." E E Across the street is the sign, "Arnold Baron dealer in General Merchan- I g disc." Yes, Arnold would be on the job of course. , E E The clang of forge is heard and I read the sign "Lundberg and Son, 2 s Blacksmith." Lloyd, business, as always. Q . . ' I g Speeding thru' the air we next stop at a large business house in New f g York. The glass plate on the door bears this inscription, "Carl Anderson, I s Privatef' But before I can ascertain the meaning of the word "Private" a E I girl smilingly asks me what by wishes are. As I had nothin to sa I turned I I g Y I g away but a second glance reveals Pearl, willing to help, as usual. Leo is seen f I at a desk, evidently drawing something. f I . . ' g Playing happily on the school grounds are a group of small children. g g The rosy cheeked teacher seems the happiest of all. Who is she? Dorothy Q ' Cross of course! I . . . I s 'Ihe sound of a piano is heard and as the player turns, Amelia greets I g the eye. She is now a musician in great demand. ' : F The voice says, "Lets go to the vast spaces for a while." Here I ought I E to find some of my lovers of animals. V E I Yes Eiline and Jack approach, each driving a spirited team of horses. g g The ranch in the distance is owned by David, I am told. g I E What a well kept farm! Who is that coming toward us, whose voice : g when he is so calm? Ross? Well! I have known. Conversing with him are I William Koch and curl -headed Everett I I Y - n . . I E Back to the city and we are in the realm of Electrical Supplies. Here g g I'll sure see Mervin. Yes, there he is, hatless and coatless, oblivious of every- I : thing. Didn't even know some one passed. 2 I . . . I E We pause at a hospital and Sarrah, trim in a cap and gown, is helping I her brother sooth those in pain. ' 5 . I ,N x 5 s. 9. 15 -.. 0 E 1551 - , Fifty ' ' ' -,,. gfirlrlzrrnnunzlil ll 'prgnggfqr :EJ . 1 E I E I I v I Has Vivian, had her dream realized? There she goes with a happy smile E : on her face. Vinian, the writer. g 5 Side by side at their desks are Helen Ross and Dorothy Klauer. Before E g 1 can find out what they are doing I am whisked away again. Anyway I Q 1 know they are doing their best. Q A r E August has followed his father's profession. His motto is, 'Tm always g s working, never shirkingf' E E Trudging along, merrily whistling, Willie Tresler, as ever willing to do E his bit. 4 I I I 5 Sweeping the walk of a trim little house Velda is seen. Before she closes' I g her door she sends a greeting to her next door neighbor, Pansy and Helen E I Marbach. I I I E .Just returning from her work in a department store Evelyn pauses E 5 a minute at the door to take one more survey of the street and it's inhabitants. E Q Looking lovingly at his handwork and talking busily to his friend, Roger f s who has driven in from his farm. Lenard is displaying a beautiful cabinet. E E VVith a sigh and a smile I realize I am again in my room. A sigh that E g I am so soon forgotten in this busy world and a smile that all are so prosper- I 5 ous nd happy. I 1 "PLAY" I E On jan. 21st. Jr. High presented the play "Hiawatha," A song and three g , announcers stated what the parts of the play were. There were eight scenesg : : depleting Hiawatha's childhoodg his adoption into the tribe, meeting with Q s Mudjekeewsg talking with Nakomusg and the wooing of Minnehahag the : s feasts the famine, the coming of the white meng and Hiawatha's departure. : I Vivian Root I I I I 5 I I 4 I I l I I I 4 I I I g . as i. g f I 5 I v 4 I n I ' I ' I I f I 5 E EY ff? fi wo- r' lgifl 1 27:5 ' e Fifty-one Qfj TQRPEDO w QLZEYLI Irzga 5 E HLB JUNMH HHQH if -s -s A O Babrbr 'Ik NA f 11:3 -1- if f N Fifty-two 7 9 KSKHHHHISHRHQQKKHKXKKXN SS 1511111 N A lk ,, r A E x N , X 2 I - N . --,,. . 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Q ' The Varsity bucked up against Beresford in the opening game l F and the result was score of 9 to 6. ,-'Xkron's favor. The team I E played good football and were aided by Herb Cunningham's drop- E f kick. ' 1 g The team next played Vermillion, and are very sorry to report E E the score of 33 to O, Vermillion's favor. The team kept up the old g s tight and Leslie Ross played a good game making some very good f 3 takles. 2 g Our game at Orange City was lost through hard luck. Two j back-field men were ineligible. Orange City took the honors of the ' s day, score being 8 to 0. E Q g The next game our team played at Elk Point. VVe lost, but by E 5 a narrow margin. The score was a tie until the last few minutes, g H when Akron opened up on passes, and Elk Point by an intercepted g I and lucky run, finished the game. The score was 6 to 0. I I Alcestor came over here and met our team on our own field. g I Our boys romped on them badly. Team-work was evident in g I every play. Jack made his long gains around end and through the 5 g line. Ellis made two long runs. Everyone played a good and heady s E game and the team was handled in good shape. The score was 44 : ' to v E The next game was played here with Elk Point. We would like g I to have won this game, but were cheerful losers. Jack played a E 1 good game catching passes and making long end runs, almost at 4 . 5 g will. Herb also played a good game. We were defeated by a score g 4 was 26 to 0. 4 f The following week our team went to Rock Valley. Rock : s Valleyis team outweighed our team by far, but our team put up the g I old fight and showed them that Agron wasn't a quitter. The score E I was 26 to 0. I E Next our team met Ponca on our own held. After a hard Fight, 5 s Akron won. The game was fought on even terms until the very last. I I Good team work was displayed, Ellis making two live-yard smashes. 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Guard Burnett a Guard N f f Igilayfffff,f,'fl77ffff4v1f14fg is :N 7 2 Sixty fffff1lffffQf!fffff'f1j ' TORPEET ?t , ffff11ff,'1ff4L7l1f1fl1fffflfff S++.,--,g,..r...ip--.1 ,. f I itqg , SQUAD The .-Xlcr1111 girls playc-1l their lirst game 111' liasl4111l1:1ll at M1-rrill. 'l'hc f game Slllfllfll lllll with PCIJIIY lCZllll'XX'Hl'liQ .Xlqr1111 s11c1'c1'1l1-1l in vagiiig Il l1aslct-t X al11111st lll1lIlC4ll1llCl5' alter thc whistlc l1l1-w which sta1'tt'1l thc' game. .Xlcrmi was still lll tht- lca1l at 1111-1-1111 111' tht- lirst hall. Dm- t11 thc last 11111111-w11rlc 11f the ,Xlifllll girls wc sllrrt-1-1lc11l i11 w1i111111g' a x'i1't11rx' 11x'cr thc I'1sl Xlcrrill lL"lllI 1 . . 1 wh11 hail 11111 lwcii 1l1'fcatt'1l iii thc last thrt-1' vcars 'l'l111 sc11r11 w'1s ll t11 ll 1 - . . . 1. . 1. 1 . l. lic Morrill girls 1lavt-1l ll1CIl'l'L'llll'1l 01111112 lll'l't'. 'l'l11: st-1'11111l 11111111- Ill- tht' 51 , TN Fu s1'as1111 11r11x't-1l that thc Iirst gaint' was lllll w1111 hy luck hut hy g11111l l1asli1't sh1111ti11g. M1-rrill was llCl.C2llCll in il spc1'tz11'11l:11' gz11111-. This game 11r111'1-1l t11 l1c cu-11 faster than the lirst aml thc .xliflill girls Carrit-cl till. thc l1ar1111 with 21 larger margin than l1cf11rc. S1'11rc, 22 t11 15. 'l'h1- llCXtQ'Ill1lC was 1ll!lj'C1l at Uraiigc' City. The .'Xlil'UIl girls wcrc hamli- 01111111-1l 1l11c t11 playing 1111t-111'-l11111111ls which lhcy wort' 1111t Ill'CllSll1lllL'Kl 111 Zllltl because thc 11111111sii1g team was warcls was unable t1.1 play. The in the lead all the way tliruugh, 111ucl1 licaxicr aml larger. llllt' 1114 lllllh l"11r- ganit' was rcfcrcccl closely aiicl Orange City succcctlcrl in defeating us in a game' iiiarrvcl by numerous fouls. Score, 19 to 5. s -1 , 1 : Y ff? A ll f:'i,"'.fffff ','f477fff!7f1f4ff "ls Z x Evil ' --- - 7 6:1 IS L , .f ., Siwty-ozw f l a-fri' , .Lf 111 icy -TQRPEDQ Aft? 1 111 1 1115111111111 2 ILA- -.1-f. e ,nr 'L' g 5 5 5 s I The next week Orange City came here for the return game. VVe entered E I this game with hopes of winning but our hopes were shattered as the Orange I 5 City team came back even stronger than on their own floor. The Akron I g girls put themselves into this game strong but eouldn't overcome the lead Q i taken by Orange City. We extend our congratulations to the Orange City 1 s team, for although we don't think they had a better team than ours, they won E I and won fairly. Score, 14 to 4. 5 I The Akron Girl's team went to Elk Point and on a dance Hoor a little I : larger than a cracker box, played the Elk Point girls in a rough and tumble E E game, refereed by an inexperienced official in which the score was 5 to 3 g 4 Akrons favor. I I I 1 I 4 Q ' V95 V59 V9 I I 5 I 4 2 THE TOURNAMENT ' I g The girls ended the season by taking part in an invitation Round-Robin E I tournament held at Hinton, flowa. I j I 5 They played their Erst game at eleven o'clock A. M. with the strong E g Bronson team. After a hard fought battle, the girls succeeded in winning this 5 I game by a score of 7 to 5. f I I I The next game which was with Hinton took place at one o'clock. At the 5 I . I I end of this snappy game Akron again proved to be the winners. Score 8 to 6. I 5 5 1 The Akron-Merrill ame was called shortl after this, about three o'clock. g n Y I ' In this game Akron Girls were handicapped by being forced to play three 5 I amesiin succeession while the Merrill team was comparatively fresh having I , g I I Jl aed onl one ame. Merrill won this ame bv a score of 12 to 6. I ' l Y Y g g . I I The last game was played with Dakota City at five o'clock. Akron easily I E succeeded in defeating this team by the wide margin of 9 to 0. 5 I I Thus by winning three games out of four and having the highest score, E : Akron received the honor of being awarded the Silver Loving Cup, signifying g g first place in the tournament. 5 I I v j I 4 I I 5 I i v g 5 4 5 5 5 Q I I I 2 lf-f uw N- fr? ftkfgilfi 1 CS:-lt? Sixty-two mfl,'!'I!IliiIlIlI'l!ll M Illini!ff!I!IfIlfl,I!II'!I,'I,II',ilnllgill illlitlilfllilillgflnllifaiff N y Z Cx I I AX W I EEA 5 V 1 U W I W H KX H Am fnk f K X21 qui xwplymsxif J lk 0 N AH X We J 5 Jr 3 nt R W M W L v BMIEAQK W W Q Au Q M ti-' ff N I wi- RWM N- M Law Q ,M md fwwnxmvk Q W M mm Q 1 Zh . 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' Ll they were on I mg' Orgamzed th.1 7 Q I A I C6 started the If 362111 but 1 ' , f exnonstmtion Y Y HCC0mplisl1eq1 - g I ww th as to what thu' co 1 1 A great dom I It Y eY t - ' uc fl , ' 1 1 U 5 Blosq U ook part in the O .0 was shown in the I I -Om. Pperetta nh . I I Y 1158 Che - I g xry ' f K 5 I 537 I 1.1 g ff? N' ' Enix ijs E 7 , 0? -TX ' 3 Sixty ,ite 1 f 'fx E 'N 'LSL-:np 'SW 1 1 x ' x x I-4 S-4 , "3 Q Q, I 'JIT' W 57 'N 0 m 3 O na ' O 3" 'X W U1 -1 -1 3 5' PT' 'C O "' FD SU -s 3 rn '1 ' 8 m 3 kq I E Q 5 P' 'TJ na C x 1 4 ox Q O :S l :U f x I SU ,- m v-g I T N' I D "' C f-f ke 1 'V UD x 1 Q, 5 -1 FO '1 1 N 5 'D qq 'S' P' Ui 5 C WE' E S 5 :-'A 5 E 5 ' 1 Q Q UE' 3 ,':,' : : Q J I ,Q E 2 2 5+ 35 P' 1 5 E T "' ' I I ,. Y : : : : 5 5 7' 5 5 : : A I I : I ' W r' ai :D - W :YQ f Q ii I , N - EK? vp Ze? No .4 l HQ S DU 'fr T "'- I Q , . E E 5 3 5 t-4 A E: 5 5 in C A 2 1 FD "1 'T I 5 in FD N . v-g ,- P-' : I ' 1-4 E. AF : 55. ei. 33 gg EQ O 5 4k4 U3 Q W Q 2 2 I 0 E ca Q. 1' 5 FU 'D E1 so ,.. w UQ W FD 5 N 5 -' SD m -I 'U D. N - 5 Q: rr in E 5 2. 2 Sl fb O E 5 'i 9 3 Q -e f-+ :S 3 -s :S rn w fy :X , uw..w- I I . , ., . -., , . , , 5 If xl 'uxxxxxxxxxxx1xxxxxxxxxxxxxilxixxxixxxlxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxlxtixxxxxxxxxxix xtixxxxlxxxii Sixty-six 1 , KX!HBKHIQIQQQKCQQXKSSKQQH11111111QQtiilitiiiiiliiiiiihxlixxxxxttixiii!! A tint 11131569 511 ILLLLLLLLALLLLLLLZJ ..-'qui' ' E9' Y .. . in , DECLAMATGRY XX'ith the beginning of the school year '24-'Z5 interest in the Declamatorv started off keenly and continued as pre- paration for the different contests went on and increasing as contests were won by Akron students. Under the coaching of Miss Gibson, preparation for the Home Contest. Dec. 17-18, was made by seventeen students. This number being so large it was necessary that two con- tests be held. On the evening of Dee. l7, llumorons class was represented by Carrie Akers with ".Iane": Margaret Murphy with "At the Matineef' Olive Akers with "Naughty Zell"g Hazel Allen with "VVho,s fXfraid"g Constance XYynia with "Conrting Under Diffieultiesug livelyn Spears with "The Mourning Viel"g Valda Ericson with "Honor of the Familyng Edith Heeren with "The Dernonstratorug Ora Talbott with " Being Neigborlyf' Miss Blanche Wztrren judged this contest and the First and alternates chosen were Carrie Akers and Margret Mur- phyg in the Humorousg Fahy Replogle and Uma Ogden in the Dramaticg Karl Youngstrom and Darrel Johnson in the Oratorical, ISHHHHKKSISQHQKKKKXHKX QQQXQQQSSQHHHIXQQQ111111QQQHHKQQQQQKXQHKXQXXQHXQKSSSSSKS YHQKQQ t ll g :Li ' T rl Q.. fha' 5,4 Q V I Aft Un' l 7- ,Q :N - Kfli 's Sixty-seven y 11 1 C C 5 C10 H? , !77'LQ-Lf Y 1 If 11111119 Z I 1 Qi.. , L I e E f 5 I 4 I I ' F 5 f 3 State Pre-Sub-District I E DECLAMATORY CONTEST E I f Friday Evening, February 27 Q g Christian Church Akron, Iowa Q E PROGRAM E I -' I : Invocation Prayer .......... .................. ......... R e V. E. C. Davis E 5 - fr ! A lil I g ORATORICAL CLASS 5 I Plea for Patriotism .........................,...........................,.,... ,............ L Ouis Croston s Q Immigrant Speaks ........... . , ..................... Earl Klenk 2 5 Slaves of Tradition ........ ..7....... A gnes Laddusaw I 5 Character ..,,,..,,,,,,,,,.,.,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.... ....,.r.. K a rl Youngstrom I I I I g DRAMATIC CLASS 5 I just David .......... .........,,.,..............................,...,..... ............ C a roline Casper E g Arena Scene ....,....................... ...,............... M ary Eyres I g Number Six .,,.,,,,...,.Y V,..,...,..... ..... C l oyce Hasbrooke Q E A Correction of the Records .........................,.............. ...,........... F ahy Repl0glC E I I ' HUMoRoUS CLASS I I I : jane ,,.A.,,,,,.,.,...,,,,,.,,,.,,,,r.,.,,,,,,,.,,,.......,,,.,...................,..... ........... C arrie Akers I 5 The Aspiring Dishwasher ....,.. ............ E na He6SCl'1 Q 4 jane ,,,,,,....,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,,,,,, .............. I nez Hauff I ' Humble Partition .,.,.... ,..........,.. ................... a m es Kelly I K 4 I I f M s I I E Readings of the Rankings .......... .................. .....,........... C h airman E I I I I I I I OFFICIALS ' p I 5 Chairman ...,..... ................,.i,...i.,...........,. S upt. B. L. Troup, Akron I I Time-keeper ..... ....,...,..........,.......... lN Irs. H. H. Wetzeler, Akron. g E Judge ,.,.,..,... ....,. lN Irs. F .C. VVeaver, Morningside College I I I 1- I I 5 SCHOOLS REPRESENTED E I Akron, Hinton, LeMarS, Union Consolidated I E Karl Youngstrom was the only Akron Contestant who took iirst place. Q W He represented Akron on the Sub-District held at Cherokee, Iowa. On this I' :Contest Akron School placed second. K , X ixfgiw Sixty-eight 1 .4v J fn E FIIIIIIIIIIJJJIJIIXJ111 ToR'EDo I ' ll IIIIIIIJIIIIII Z I l 4 ' 5 5 SENIOR CLASS PLAY 5 s "AT THE END OF THE RAINBOW" E E Cast. g f Robert Preston QA lawyerj ..,.....,...............E ......,..v........vw. L innant Anderson g g Douglas Brown QA football playerj .,,.. .......,...,..,...YE,..... Milton Ericson 5 g Dick Preston QThe groomj ......,...,.....,.........,,,,.,.......................... Clifford johnson 4 p Stanley Palmer QThe butlerj .,...l,.,.,.,...,l,l.,....l.l,,.,..,,,,.............,,.. llarvey Taylor f f Ted XYhitney QCaptain of the 'Varsity team'J ..,..........,...,.,...,....,....... Lynn Booth 5 I 'lack Austin QPreston's Secrctaryj ..,.............,...,............,,....,.... VVilliam lloschler g g Marion Dayton QA ward of Prestonj .r,. ..... .... .....rr...... Z ...,...........r,. N 7 i olet Crow g I Nellie Preston QA bride-J .,............,...,.............. ......................rr, l Sernice Burnett 4 E Louise Ross Qlinown as Miss Graysonj ...........................,....,... Pearl Hendricks g I Phyllis Lane QA football enthusiastj ................................................ Oma Ogden 4 5 Kathleen Knox QChairman ofthe rushing committeej .....,.......ll. Viola Maynard g : The lmp QA frgihiganj ....,.,...,........ ...........,,.V..............,............Y..... l ivelyg Holschler g Emil f lilliot 'it a Conscience ..........,.....................,....................... ra 'a not I E .lane ,QA Maiql with a Tastef flor Liferaturej ............................ Theclulore Yfaton 2 Mrs. Brown QStep-mother o Doug as Brownj ..,.,....a....................., ay jo nson f E Polly Price W filfna Apderson E 15153 Ernest , Q inor au son E Marjorie Arnold Of the Theta Phi .... ..w....l..........V....,..... lioletljzgcobs E 4 Marie Swift l QIVCI lo Still g I Moll Bruce . Larrie Akers 1 s The scenes are laid in a small college town. liuthusiam runs high in the E f town and college as the day of the final and most important football game 4 g of the season approaches. Douglas Brown an expert at the game had entered f 1 college but a few days before the coming event. Through the Flirtations of 1 s a group of sorority girls, Douglas is induced to play. Phyllis Lane while f j playing this winning role creates a love romance with him. 5 F Marion Dayton, eighteen years of age and ward to Robert Preston a g I lawyer of forty summers has woven herself into his life and becomes a partner s s in the law Firm. To Marion he intrusts all. In his safe is a packet of valuable 4 I papers, including a second will which will disinherit Mrs. Brown, Qstep- f g mother of Douglasj and her daughter Louise of the Brown estate. g ' A plot is laid to get possession of the papers in Preston's safe, at a mask s : ball given by Marion, Louise wears a costume identical with that of her 3 l hostess. She deceives Preston, learns the combination of the safe and with 1 g the aid of Jack the Secretary of Preston, she secures the papersg not knowing 5 I however that they had been substituted for the original and are therefore I s worthless. The "lmp," a freshman recognizes Louise in her flight. Preston 1 i enters and believing jack to be robbing his safe upbraids him. Marion ap- : j pears and to shield jack, assumes the guilt. The "Imp," establishes Marion's 1 g innoccncy. Meanwhile the game has been won through the brilliant play f 1 of Douglas. He realizes that he admires Phyllis even though she has trifled K s with him. I s The closing scene is impressive of the manner in which age looks at g l youth. Preston and Marion realize that the pot of gold lies in the same g E path for both, "At the End of the Rainbowf' f I 5 E W ,Q X rfag- gr? ' 1 Sixtyimfne 4.,4i"" . llllfllrllllll ' Tokpgbo flfl IHHLZL-I "1-"" ' 1v,,-,.,.-4 1 a . 11:1 , .M- Harvmeif Galt-nam Harold Br an G ad S Glbson can Paflen X Q Bess AG-ygey-Lg C kiles 5 N4 11? , , if 'r,gi,'i11111 ,'1"f ll4f7!l!l 4,27 ' :N 1 2 4' I Seventy xxxxxxxd HSKKHKHIHSKQQHHKK . 54 V sw . , 'Wm' - C4 X W' M ,wg X 3 "Q, . NX X VJ -.1 Q ,.A, ff X f I ' in ' . V .i.. , ' f! 111111IKYQQQHSQQQHQQQQHHHQQQQKKQKSXQXXQHSQKSQSSKKSKHKQKYQQ 6 XXI YHKKQ 1 -ni-if' ,,,,fU ' ,117 ll f ,343 4, ToRPEE-- E ' I E '-" 5 5 N E s R a 4 NX 4 I f E I I f ' 4 5 M 2 I , E ff ff E I ' 4 X 5 E f 5 E Sm UM Z I 4 - nw: 5 Q YT: O 14 s 4 ' 4 8 5 I L-E' , I 4 . Alrmmff 2 """-- X yn' 4 V I ' l 5 x W Q ' s E ff ' M 5 v 4 4 I p n I' I 4 ' I ,F 4 I I X f In 5 4 A, E 2 7 fl 5 If E ,-- I 4 E 0 A-"h- AQA- 0 ff! f W E f - V j f I I , f 0 4 I E I Q f f 4 I ff 3--' 7 V I I 0 YA" xv, ' I 2 Z i ' i N ! 4 , I I Tv 5 . 5 I 5 5 . Y 15,5342 K: "J ' 1 , . e 11 'On Seven l F41 I' 4111147 'E!2- II 1, P 11111117 9 I lbnumg .1 g I Q 5 g p GLEE CLUB PICNIC E g The girls Glee Club picniced at Riversioux on September the twenty- 4 5 third. The High School teachers acted as chaperones. s di The afternoon was spent rollerskating and joyriding. The last did not g I prove so enjoyable due to the fact that while two couples were joy-riding, E 5 they got stuck quite a ways from camp. Luckily they had part of the lunch s s with them, and they made good use of it. They returned in time to get in on 5 I the hot dogs and lemonade. The mosquitoes were thick, but the picnic proved f I a success and everyone left for home at seven. Q ' I I 4 at at an s I 4 I I I I I 1 JUNIOR PICNIC I . . . . I I The juniors overwhelmed with enthusiasm, decided to have a picnic on Q E the twenty-eighth day of October. About twenty "gangsters", sponsored I s by Miss Green, left for Sargent's Lake at four o'clock. After arriving there, Q s the girls sought amusement on the lake-front, while the boys gathered wood I I for the fire. E g The crackling of the fire soon announced that the weiners were ready to s 5 be roasted. Everyone enpoyed a delicious supper, namely hot dogs and pop, Q I supplemented by marshmallows as a desert. , g g After supper, the rest of the evening was spent sitting around the bonfire, E 5 singing songs and telling stories. At seven o'clock, everyone left for home 5 H with a few exceptions who went for a short joy-ride. The picnic proved to be A s I a fine day of adventure and sport. 4 I I I I I as at .sv I 5 I 4 , I 4 I I JUNIOR-SENIOR PARTY I I I I A Junior-Senior Halloween Party was given at the home of Fahy : E Replogle on November the first. The house was very artistically decorated g I with Halloween colors black cats owls witches and um Jk' s I ' , ., . , , , P 1 IH . i I The evening was pleasantly spent playing various games. Miss Galman 5 g and Jack played a very heady game of Bridge with Miss Paden and Don, but I g Miss Galman completely lost her head when she played Animal Game. She : g also lost out on the Poker game. Ora and Billie proved to be the Poker g 4 sharks. I I There were a few unexpected visitors on the front porch, but they soon E s learned that they were not invited. E s Lunch was served at twelve o'clock and the Orchesra played while the 5 : witches and ghosts strutted their stuff. The party broke up about one I 1 o'clock, when each departed for home or another party. ' E I ' 2 F Q ' G : Y ff: NPL? f fa s as ' 5 E Seventy-two 7 ' v X N Y pllililzillnilllll AZ' ToR,igDo i il v Ali: 1? f L'-" "re I 4 I 4 I 5 g COUNTRY-GENTLEMAN PARTY i E 5 The pre-arrangements for the Country-Gentleman party began in October f I with the coming of Mr. Donovan, subscription agent for the Curtis Publishing s I Company. At that time he was given the opportunity to present to the Q g High School students the plans carried out by the publishing company, in I 1 promoting a subscription contest in high schools. Then the high school was E 5 given the opportunity to vote on the proposition, and voted it to be carried 3 I out. Mr. Donovan then proceeded to the election of officers. Carrie Akers Q g was elected Business Manager. Then he divided the school into three teams, I I the school electing a leader for each and each team represented by different E g colored buttons. Oma Ogden was chosen leader of the "Orange", Evelyn g s Hoschler leader o fthe "Greens"g and Oather Cummins, leader of the "Reds". I I These teams were to secure subscriptions in the locality and a party given by f g the losing teams to the team having secured the larger number of subscrip- Q : tions, the losers furnishing the feed and the winners the fun. E E The Financial end of this contest was promoted for the benefit of the 5 ' Athletic Association, which resulted in a sum of forty-eight dollars, twenty- Q s four dollars being taken in as the share of the school for that purpose. g f The "Orange" team was the winner of this contest and the party was held E I in the gym on November the fifth. The whole High School attended. They 5 I met in the Commercial room where each one was taken separately to the gym f g door and given a name of an animal which they were supposed to represent. 5 I They were then admitted into the room and made to cross the floor imitating i I the animal which they were representing, and to kneel at he foot of the I F throne on which was seated the Business Manager. Next came the peanut : l hunt in which the "Greens" were victorious. After this came many original g E and iptferesting games. A delightful lunch was served and everyone de- E g partec or iome except the dishwashers.. g I ' X I E O O 0 E . i I I I I I I f JUNIOR FALL FESTIVAL I E The Junior Fall Festival, on the evening of November the twenty-first, E g was the scene of a singing, chattering, swarm of people from eight o'clock until I 1 past the eleventh hour. I I The musical stunts by the Junior musicians, "Chicago Orchestra," with E g the leader dressed in Paris costume, and the sparkling eyed "black boys" Q I thrilled all. The appeal of the Gypsy girls was too strong for Herb and he fell g E to "Who's Who" only to hear the "VVhoot" of an old owl. Mr. Bryan who E IL! Q X 5 '4 . 1? 'xgifjv " 7 Seventy-three "5 . -1 ...gf 44.Ql'4 l14411'4g 4' 4L41i 1 111 1111111111 IE f I I 4 5 E I I expected to 'Take XYalk" with Miss Galman suffered defeat by being given I I . I I a piece of cake to walk around the booth with. Mysterious and spooky were g E the "Irish Twins," "The Strong Familyf' and "The Head VVithout a Body." Q I From the Vaudeville sta e came the "Doodle Doo Do It". And the eats, f 4 g 4 s candies, cookies, pies sandwiches, pop and coffee were ever on sale to Hll some 5 I ones em t capacit . Novelties, were on sale for noise and souvenirs. Every- I , P Y Y f s thing to help out in one grand evening of perfect enjoyment. g : The Juniors were complimented by many for the success of this carnival. E F 4 ' I I E as at .ai . E 4 I 4 . 5 E BOYS FooTBALL BANQUET g I The Boys Football Banquet was held on December the eighteenth at 1 I . . I g the home of Herb Cunningham. A delicious four course dmner was served 4 f and the evening was pleasantly spent playing cards and working cross-word g E puzzles. Herb Cunningham was chosen football captain for the next year. g I f I E V9 tb' J E I I I I I I GIRLS BASKETBALL BANQUET E I The Senior Class in order that they might show they apreciated the 4 ' fact that the irls brou ht home the Silver Cu from the tournament, gave ' I g 3 P g G a banquet in honor of the Girls Basketball Team at the School House on 4 s March the twelfth. I g A delicious four course dinner which had been prepared by members s I of the Senior Class was aptly served by six Freshman girls. : E - The tables were prettily arranged and attractively laid. The Silver Cup 5 5 occupying the place of honor in the center of the table. g I During the Course of the meal everyone was pleasantly entertained by a 5 I Radio Concert, after which followed an interesting Toast Program, which con- I I eluded a very delightful evening. . ' I 4 it 4 I I 4 e f I av an at I I 4 I 4 I I I Q JUNIOR SNAP SHOT PARTY E Q The junior Class having won the Snap-shot contest were the guests g 5 of honor at a party held April the 15th at the home of Milton Ericson given E by the three defeated classes and entertained by the Annual Staff. 4 After all the guests had arrived, each was given a slip of paper on which ' ll." "-T N 4 ,- 2 -3 -. 5 I WA If '-- P5 29311 - cm 1- rv 1 'J Seventy-four ' 2 X in., IIIIIIJJIJIJJDII IZ 6?-TDRPEDO ...--: K ll-1-1-I . .Zf ' 1111111 S 'i E -: - E 5 E 5 5 5 was written a stunt which he or she had to perform. We enjoyed Miss E , Greene's solo very much. Then followed a number of guessing games and s E various games such as "Going to Market", "Seeing the Show." g g ' At about eleven thirty a delicious luncheon was served after which Q 1 everyone departed for home declaring it was a successful party and well worth : working for. Q I 5 ' I Q at av at g I 4 l 5 THE JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET E I ' . . . 4 On the eighth of May, a group of about fifty prettily gowned girls and I . - I , sedate-looking men from the "upper" classes and the faculty gathered at the I E Methodist church to participate in the annual banquet. E 5 As the clock struck seven, this group with the honored guests leading the Q 5 way descended the stairs. Classy music rendered by an orchestra served as f , an accompaniment. The music seemed to express the eagerness and fluttering g g anxiety of the Senior hearts. They then passed through a gate into the E i banquet room which had been changed into a Garden of Nature. g g i The sight that the Seniors saw at that time was sutficicnt to open any Q s childs eye. The ceiling and walls had been covered with green branches, 5 g leaves, and fernery. Amid the green, Howers of all kinds were tucked. In a I I small adjoining room which served as an orchesra booth, the ceiling was E s lowered by means of greens and flowers in such a way as to form a canopy. f 1 japanese lanterns and paper-covered lights hidden among the green sent soft s R shadded rays to all parts of the garden. Small tables arranged to seat four g g were set around in the garden. On these the ornamentation consisted of small s g Maypoles: The streamers of these -in blue and white, the Senior color, were : s wound about half way down the pole. Then they extended to each plate : ! and were held in place by a small doll dressed in blue and white. By the : late a sunburst rose the Senior flower had l l 'l i ' P ,Q . , , ieen arc. 5 'I he Seniors, recovered from their astonishment, began to "scramble" E g about to End their places at the tables. VVhen all were seated, the girls of the g I Sophomore Class arrayed in charming blue and white uniforms began serving 5 1 the dinner. They daintily served the following dinner' I l 6 ' I g Strawberries a la Naturalle : E Creamed Potatoes . Chicken Croquettes E Rosette of Peas g E Radishes ' I Pickles Q 3 Hot Buttered Rolls g I Sunbonnet Baby Salad XVafers ' I . E Ice Cream Angel Cake E I Coffee 13,317 I a 'J Seventy-five lx!QIHQQQQQQQQQQQYQQQQQCQQQQQQCQCZQCQQQQYQQQQICQNQQQSHQQH1515QQQQQQQQQHQQQQQQQQQXQKQKY Ing- - - ir The program which consisted of toasts and humorous stunts was carried out between courses. Ira Hammer, who efficiently acted as toastmaster littingly introduced the first toast "Sophomore Sophistriesv by Mr. Troup. Mr Troup told of the graduating Senior Class as he had found them when they were Sophomores and what he would do if he were graduating. In response to Mr. Troup's toast, Oma Ogden, a Senior, gave "A Guardian Presence" at the end of the second course. She told how Mr. Troup had guarded her through her high school perils. Between the third and fourth courses, Ira gave a Junior the opportunity for displaying his wit. This was very cleverly done by Fahy Replogle in the toast "Junior -Iollities". Lynn Booth was next allowed to give the toast "Innings and Outings". He told of the victories and defeats that the Senior Class had experienced. In completion of the toast program, Clifford Johnson gave "futures Features". The future of the class as a whole was shown in this toast. Then members of the class read pro phecys' of the Seniors and the Faculty. Various other jokes were played that were very amusing . At eleven o'clock the guests wended their way homeward after a hearty exchange of good wishes for the future. Violet Jacobs -s N '5 5 u If 5 f' 'J' i1'j7ffffLLff 1422211 Q3 - it V :: Seventy-six 7 ' J YKSSQSSSQQKQIKXQQQHSKKQHQQQHHHQQQQQKXQHKXQXYQKXQKSSKSKKSKSSSSKQQQ!QHQKHQHQKKKQQQQKKYKQXYXXXK XXI N N N R N N, N Q Ti BV 5? 'ml U, 9 ll I. . 2 s E l 5 E I , , I l I -E -.1-4--. s LfflUl.LflLL1!!!Ufflll ' g TORPEEW 7 ff1vl IJIILLEI A 'g I 4 I 4 I I 5 5 ' as s I I I 5 5 ' 5 5 A f I , 5 4 I 5 5 I I 5 5 I I E I ! 4 5 5 I I 5 E 4 I 5 p I I I I 5 5 5 g 5 I I I I I I I 2---Y . I E- . - , ,A A 'Sr' f 5 5 I I cc as g THE STAFF ' I g I 5 1925 TORPEDO EXECUTIVE STAFF t I E Carrie Akers ,,,,,,,, YY,.,A,Y,,,,,,,,,. l Cclitor-in-Chief I g Milton Ericson ,....., Y,.,,,, l lusincss Mzlnagcr I llarrictt Galman ,..,, Y,,,,,. ......,,, ..,,, ,,,,.,....,. . 5 ' Xclvisor , E ll. l.. Troup ,,,w.,.w,.A...,,.,,....,E.....,w..,r,,..,,,E,,,.,,., 7,,r, , Xclvisor : g V Departmental Editor g Tllcoclora Ycaton ..,....,.,...,,..,,E..,.,,,,........,.rr.,. ,,r,,,, A Xrt Editors g l.ynn Booth ...w..,,..... .,Y,.,, . -Xthletics g licrnicc llurnett .Y,...., Activities g Yiolct Crow ..,.,,..v.,,...,,..,.,,..,.,..,,...,,,,,,,,. , ,,,.,,t..,,,,,,,, Features I Uma Ogden ...,.,, ,...,,...t..,,...,..,,..,,.., .,.,,,,,..,., ,,,,A,,,,,,,,,. C ' l ass Poet E Iivclyn lloschlcr. llarel johnson, Assistant liclitor I E Viola Maynard, llarvey Taylor, .-Xssistant Business Manager. Fw llazel Allen, lflclon Brady. Ycrle Allen, Class lirlitors. A sw Y fr? ,lfggijz . Q52 7 ,fv Seventy-seven A-ui' , I7' 11' Y 4.5, Y 3 K 1777111 II 1 Iflf 1111111 ef fe 'sf-+:tf,f'..-ff'-? g I ' 4 ! 5 f l T g 5 ALL MN1 5 l ' 4 I Class of 1903 Q Class of 1906 A E g 'Z Vkfalter Mellon, Akron, Ia.. Book- Emmet Cilly, Long Beach, Cal., Civil Q g keeper, First National. EHg'i116C1'. f f Chester Adams, New York City Vance Wise, Akron, Ia., Farmer. Q s Salselnan Firestone. Freeman W'hite, Agron, Ia. Druggist. g g Nellie Muhe, Sioux' City, Ia., Mrs Bela Kimball, Bozeman, Mont., Clerk. a H, Chambefigiin, Eva Adams, Sioux City, Ia., Mrs. 1 Q Jennie Mellon, Los Angeles, Cal., Harry Christy. g Q Milliner, . ' Stella Kimball, Red Wing, Minn., E g Geo. Cilly, Long Beach, Cal., Sales- Mrs. McElligot. 4 s man, "-, joy Meredith, Deceased. E E Anna Gleason, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Lela Brady. g I 5 Fimutlxli 'l it M 1 F E C"SS'f1907 g 5 img ar Jer' erm ' rbi i i Rollo Baker, Akron, Farmer. E g Am Y Smith Akron Ia MR J A Margaret Johnson, Storm Lake, Ia., g g A Agnes i ' " ' i :ri - Mrs. Ii. Larson. Q I Willis Husted, Biiiwii Lea, Nebr., Ache Hmlkef' Akron' Ia", Mrs' 2 : Druogiqt Hanson. g 5 - ' . . E Mary Bartlet, China, Missionary. glut: lliaffs' ChgCag?'1E,Hii Dfixitori E g Miiiiiie XVallin, LOS Angeles,,Cal., fan Gsm' rea a S' On' g E Glrreacher' . Class of 1908 g ' adys Bonny, Marrled. b i 4 I Conrad Bennit, Grinnell, Ia., Sec.- Orlan Moore' Akron' Ia" Lum ui 5 E Treas. Morrison Ricker Mfg. Co. Dealer' U ' : I Leo Douglass, Storln Lake, Ia., Rex Smith' St' Lows' MO' ' I Y ' Ada enkins, Akron, Ia. 7 I Clothing Store. I I Lola Bernett, Sioux City, Ia., Mrs Earl Elliot' Akron' Ia" Farmer 5 I Wlnl Beverly. Ardon Ross, Tulsa, Okla. I g Chas. WaQterblury, Chatsworth, Ia. 5 I Farmer. g E Class of 1905 Lionel Eustace, Akron, Ia., Mail I I Fay Ross, Calas Bell, Mont., Doctor Carrier. g E Curtis Harris, Deceased. Benj. Tucker, Deceased. V g I MCCllC .lOll11S011, Rllble, Ia., NTFS Nelsgn, Sigux Ian Cari 3 f lllarbach. penter. f g Cora Knudson, Sioux City, Ia., Mrs g g Pollock. Class of 1909 g E Bertha VVescott, Deceased. Andrew Tillotson, Akron, Ia . ' Q Laura Barbar, Mrs. A. W. Bartel, Farming. n 5 Browian, N. D. Silas Moore, Deceased. 5 g w ff? l 1? -.- . r, 19? - , V ' J Seventy-eight Y j A-sunt" l111I1111111 II 171 e--T RUE, -4- , f1f 11r::1::::11111q' Z I ,lf -.I-0 .--I in E I 5 s 3 5 g Pearl Butcher, Elk Point, S. D., Ida Martin, Akron, Ia., Mrs. B. A. g g Mrs. H. Sargent. Fredell. g g Jessie Meredith, Vermillion, S. D. Ora Coffin, Bridger, Mont., Married. g g Gladys Button, Deceased. Maude Miller, Sioux City, la. E 1 Bessie Smith, Los Angeles, Cal. Agnes Bixler, Minneapolis, Minn. 5 E Blanch Johnson, Boston, Mass. Geo. johnson, Sioux City, Ia., Phar- Q g Guy Ross, Akron, Ia., Farmer. macist. Q p Clifford Wllfaelfl, sims. Falls, s. D., 1 1 Class of 1910 Hardware Business. 5 I , 4 Earl Smith, Winner, S. D., Mason. 1 4 W ln. Beverly, Deceased. . 4 , . Royal Hays, Akron Ia. Salesman. f 4 john Martlrl. . i i 4 f . , Ralph Snnth. 4 1 Carrie Moore. Vern S .ft Ak I M .1 C' . p : Julie Tresler' W1 ,. ron, a., - 31 arrler. g 5 7. ,. Floyd Nelson, Eugene, Ore., Student I 4 X103 lresler. GO S h I g I Maude Fry, Mrs. Cyrus Knopp, . vemment C OO ', I s Westfield Iowa Ester Johnson, Council Bluffs, Ia. E I i I I Cuflewy la' Class of 1912 " E ' Anna Paprltz, Akron, Ia. I - f 4 Florence Vvaterbury, Akron, Iaul Lowell Burrill, Akron, Ia., Clothier. g E Mrs. L. Springer. Flora Serles, Jefferson, S. D., Mrs. E I Melvin Smtih, Akron, Ia., Postmas- Bemflrd' U Q E ter. Katherine White, Mrs. Chas. john- g I Waldo Hilliker, Akron, Ia., Mechanic. Son' I 4 Paul Vtlilliams, New York City. Q : Adolph Papritz, Chicago, Ill., Drafts- Class of 1913 g g man. Fowell Burrill, Business Mgr., Akron, 5 I Harvey Strong, Long Beach, Cal., Iowa- 3 s Mechanic. Glen Hammer, Sioux City, la., Trav- : I Emily Way, Vermillion, D., IH- eling Salgsfnan, 1 g Stfuctol' Of Music- Clare McCorkell, Akron, la., Farmer. s I Clyde Mefidifh- Jay Hammer, Los Angeles, Cal., Bus- g I Fern Waterbury, Akron, Ia., Mrs. inegg Man, g I 'E' Greenleaf- Lloyd Nelson, Sioux City, la., Car- g E giqtllagiayons, Deceased. penter. E 5 6 le ' aw' Slow' City' Ia' Helen Cohh, Akron, Ia., Mrs.W Vint 5 Q Adams. Q I Class of 1911 Cecile Bennett, Akron, la., Mrs. Lyle f s Elmo Puntman, Mitchell, S. D., Mar- Stfflllg- g g ried. Ethel Vifintcrstein, Harrisburg, S. D., g 5 Evelyn Lillie. Mrs. J. XVallcnlnerg. E I Maude Bever ' Chic Ill M 4 5, ago, ., rs. I E Dr, :M001-e, Class of 1914 i r . . Grave Wade, Sioux City, Ia. Hobert Ross, Akron, Ia., Farmer. 5 i,, 1 A Q 9 :I N gr - ' 1 ,- ff? l11I11111111111II111l1 - KY .1 Seventy-nine X . Lf f4.LllLLLLL!fffCLff'flf 'fgkvgb ,?f11LL11!7'7f 1 1 1111111111111 Z T' f.a:9ff'i:f"" ' p r l 5 I I 5 E s jean Meridith, Akron, Ia., Nurse. Katherine Papritz, Akron, Ia., Teach- I g Ruby Knudson, Sioux City, Ia., Mrs. er. I g Klipple. Harold Strong, Akron, Ia., Meehan- I g ic. Q g Class of 1915 Dorothy Knudson, Sioux City, Ia., E E Helen Hinton. IVIYS. INICPJYICIC. g I Ruth Hays, Chicago, Ill., Nurse. H E Elie LNilliams, Akron, Ia., Mrs. H. Class 0,1918 E oc . 1 E Qlive Smith, Deceased- Leslie Martin, Sioux City, Iowa. I I Q Nell Sears, St. paul, Minn. Ruth Anderson, Akron, At Home. I 4 . I , Rgland Mellon, Cgdaf Ra ids, Ia' Muriel Bennett, Akron, Ia., Teacher. I P . . I Q Ruth Brady, Deceased- MargaretIBrown, Souix City, Ia., I I Fern Adams, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Floyd Mrs' C11ff0fdKffHHedy- I I Rice. Edgar Fletcher, james Port, Mo., E Q Civil Engineer. 1 Q Class 0f1916 Clifford Kenedy, Office at Cudahy E I Jesse Wfade, Sioux City. Ia. Packing House, Sioux City, Ia. I I Edith Stotenbur , Akron, Ia., Stu- Neonia Klauer, Akron. la., Teacher. I v g Q ' Q dent, Madison. Amanda Meske, Mrs. Rev. Langholz, g I Alvin Bly, Los Angeles, Cal. Kansas. E E Elizabeth Merideth, Akron, Iowa. Mildred Roher. Bozeman. Mont. 5 , Nurse. Leo Vtfise, Akron, Ia., Attending I ' c L OO . I s Class of 1917 Ethel Keer, Akron, Iowa, Teacher. E ' Mary Smith, LOS Angelee- C31-, Berdice Keech, Akron, Iowa. 4 I N N I g Ufhe- Robert Keer. 4 s Faye Bradlcy. Buffalo, Min., MVS- Loretta Boden, Mrs. Leonard Lam- R I C- C- Coles- oureux, Akron, Iowa. I I Ruth Hauck, Chicago, Ill., Mrs. Mar- s 4 shall. A I Julia Hammer Mrs G Ta l Class of 1919 1 ! , . . y or. I H Vera Pe'fe1'S0U, ' MHCHSOU, S- D- Helen Edgar, Hartington, Nebr. E f Teaehef- Florence Hammer, Sioux Falls, S. D., : H Joy Brady, Iowa City, Ia., Society Mrs, K, Hauser, 5 I Edltef- 1 Neva Jackson, Akron, Ia. Teacher. 3 Q Wm- IOITUSOU, S1OUX City, IH-, 5H1eS- Gertrude Klauer, Akron, Iowa., 5 l man. ' Teacher 1 I Al1ce'H21fY1S, Akron, IH-, Teacher. Ruby McCorkell, Akron, Iowa, Mrs. g 1 Bernice Harris, Sioux City, Ia., Mrs. Herzig. I s W Snyder. Iva Nygard, Akron, Ia., Mrs. B. Crow. ' E Russell Ross, Des Moines, Ia., E. Percy Ross, Akron, la., Student Io- 4 Engineer. Wa U, g I" xx I X K Ilan fir'-IX x ' 1 1. Eighty - . 7 I If :JI Ill! gf-...fokpguo fi? f - -1- V . Y --7 Z- 5 WSDL:-:U I 5 l f g Grace Wenterstcin, Iowa City, la., Arthur Montage, Akron, Ia., At f Teacher. Home, I ViCf01'i8 PCUEYSOH. Lucy McConvill, Akron, Ia., Mrs. A. g Harley Lewiston, Akron, Ia. Greene. f Evelyn Edgar, Akron, Ia., Clerk. ' Class of 1920 Blanche Cunningham, Akron, Ia., At s Edna Aalfs, Sioux City, la. Teach- Home. , er Carmal Coyle, Akron, Ia., At Home. : Stanley Burrill, Akron, Ia., Student Leslie Martin, Mail Carrier. g Iowa U' Elbert Kerr, Akron, Ia., Tire Shop. E Blanche Cummins, Akron, Ia., Tech- Biliglie Keetch, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Elbert i er' eff. E John johnson, Akron, la. Class of 1922 : Margaret 'lOhnS0n'.AkrOgftIa' Ia N Burtyl Hammer, Stratford, Ia., Stu- ! ASU-ad J?h.nS0n' Sioux ly' " ' dent Morningside. s B' Trammg' Loreta Smythe, Akron, Ia., Student 5 Esther McCorkell, Akron, Ia., Mrs. B College . b . I J- Clare' , M'll 1 W 1 Ak 1. Std r Q VVesley Mrcorkrn, Akron, io., vor- Silk Sl' mn' 3' u rn V mer . M l i - 1 ' . , , Mrs. James Austin. s Hatty MCKIHIPS' Sioux Fans' S' D" Ruth Talbot, Akron, Ia., At Home. E Clfffk' S. Ct v Ia Mrs Lora Snyder, Akron, Ia., Mrs. Elmer , Nellie Hammeric ioux 1 3, ., -- Hammer. , 5 Duey Lfmdlc ' . Kirkman Paulson, Akron, la., Farm- : Ralph Smith, Akron, Ia., Farming. ing. , Russel Replogle' Akron' Ia" Student James Austin, Elendale, S. D., Stu- ! G1ArineS'P 'r Dead Wood s D 'lent Law' , a YS few' ' ' ' " Alta McCorkell, Akron, lo.. Clerk. ' Teacher. K G I V' V 7 I I - E Muriel Fletcher, Akron, Ia., Student iiilfglglcgexgizll' mm' 'lti' a" n g ,South Dlilk' U' L B 1 h C11 Bernard Klauer, Akron, la.. Student E Vlgfofl If fnsolff. .Sing we ' ' " S. Drrkora U. uc en or ini ry. . - 4 Ethel Thompson, Elendale, S. D. g Maude Fletcher' Akron' Ia" South Porter Maynard, Akron, la., Student g Dakota U' S. Dakota U. g Nelhe Johnson' Ina Kanago, Hartford, Ind., Mrs. g VValter Young. 3 Class 0f1921 Earl Kr-rr, Akron, Io., At Home. g Elmer Hammer, Akron, Ia., Clerk. Edward Klauer, Akron, la., Pop Q Bessie Stotenburg, Akron, la., Stu- Corn. E dent Madison. Gladys Johnson, Akron, Ia., Book- 5 Viola Rossback, Akron. Mrs. G. Kan- keeper. ago. Clarke Buswell, Akron, Ia., At Home. Q 1254 . 150- .gffff E 1 A ff Z7 'A Eighty-one 1111111111HXKXHYQHKYIKKXKXYKQ YSSXQKQHRQKS 1KXQQQQSKKHKQQQHHHHQQQQKXQHKXYRXQXKQKSSKYSSYRRKHQYQ KKK KX!QQHQQQQQQQQQQQKQQQKQCQQ1'QQ1QQC.111QQ1QKQQQQQQQHKQQQHHQQHQSSKSiCQQQQQHQQQQQQQQQQQQKQYTY ,V 741-,A-' Ulf! if:--Toarsoo ZiE'lZr.....re- -1- " Class of 1923 . lehillip March Akron, Ia., Student S. Dakota U. Anita Maynard Akron, la., At Home Edith Nelson Akron, Ia., Student Iowa U. Izeta Kelly Akron, Ia., Teacher. Lovina Allison Waterloo, Ia., Stu- dent Cedar Falls. Orley Hauck Kingsley, Ia., At Home for teacher Cedar Falls. Gladys Harris Akron, Ia., Teacher. Elsie Johnson Akron, Ia., Teacher. Inez Cobb Akron, Ia., Student S. Dak. U. Muriel Bradly Akron, la., Student Madison. Clifford Aalfs Sioux City, Ia., Stu- dent Morningside. Sibyl McCorkell, Akron, la., Teach- Class of 1924 Gerald Smith Akron, Ia., Student, S. Dak. U. 'Ti'a:?5 Bessie Bennett Akron la. Student S. Dak. U Richard Klauer Akron Ia. Clerk Erma Vtfaterbury, Akron, Ia., Teacher Genevieve Christenson Akron Ia Teacher Norman Dahl Lincoln Nebr. U Course, Siouix City, Ia Quigley Fletcher, Akron, Ia., S. Dak Edith Johnson, Alcester, S. D Teacher Mable Kjose, Akron, Ia., Teacher Hilda Hoschler Akron Ia Bartley Ogden, Akron, Ia., Studying for Teacher Cedar Falls Ia Ruth Brown Akron Ia. At Home Margaret Burke, Akron, Ia., Teacher essie Brown Akron Ia. At Hom Caryl McCorkle, Akron, Ia., Clerk Harold Clark Akron Ia. 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Hot Shot Because more people w alk on that slde of the street .3 AT SCHOOL Mlss Gleene asked the young lady vlsltor what lb the strange odor thls roonl? Is thls a Cl1C1TllCdl laboratory INo lny dear young lady thls 1S a Latln class Of course' How foollsh of me' I 'llw ays knew Latln ll as a dead lan guage 1.3 GENEALOGY Bobby Mamma am I a lad? Mamma Yes Bobby Bobby And IS my new papa mv stepfather? Mamma Yes Bobby Then am I hls ladder? vb' I6Ql1C Say dld you know there w 'ls 'l Illllff er at the hotel today? Uma No was there? Leslle Xes a paperhanger hung 'l l701flCI' Oma Maybe It w 'Ls only a TOOIHCI' .99 THE LIMIT Vlolet acobs was golng to V1S1t some f1'1CI'lClS and left the follow mg note for her nearest nelghbor My dear Irene VVould you please put out a llttle lood for the cat I have been fCCCll1'lg' thls XVIHICI'-I It wlll eat almost anythmg but do not put yourself out .23 ames VVhat ls the matter? Edlth I swallow ed a feather and Im lust tlckled to death 0' .152 59 M155 Alles How was lron ore CllSCOVCI'CCl? Freshle They smelt lt -s ,? Y ff? I L Q I go-e r' x Ninety u N 'J 4. rv YSSXQSQSSHSQIKXQQQHXQQQHQQQQHHQQHQQKXQKSXQXSQKKQKSSKSKKSSSSQQYQQQ!QHQKHHHHHHXSQQQQKQKQKKXXKQ X11 sl , p - - V A'-I ' A I i : :UPS : 3 . . QL4 I 11? - I " YJ Y 'A , I I EI I I I I f 'A 2 I 1 ,M , I I ' - - M I . ' I ., ' , I' I' :I 4 Y' ' ' ' 1 4 A. ' f I I I . I X ' ' -I ah 1 . H 'I . ' - I -. 1 . I' A '- as ' 2 2 . - lg - 2 ,- II I Q .. lg U 2 , l ag is , sg ' I I ' . - ' III y . H . W I , A ' ' I I S fy - 4 . .1 I . 3 N . . N I 1 ' ' A ' : X -.-r -. I . l l u 3 X X IIIIIIJIJJJJJIIIIIII Il " T9g gpg 5? . alll., Z T 253 5 g CALENDAR E -... 5 SEPTEMBER 1-Enrollment, 110 present. Q 2-Get acquainted with our new teachers. 5 3-Classes begin in earnest. Rain, Rain. Rain. g 15-Country Gentle Man came. E 22-Class Officers elected. 3 24-Senior Class ordered class rings. Q 26-Staff elected. g 29-First staff meeting. g 30-Glee Club Picnic at Riversioux. George and Bcany managed to get their E car in the ditch and scared Miss Greene pink. I 4 OCTOBER g 1-Tests Tests Tests E 6-Blue Monday and the teachers cross. f 10-Football game Akron vs. Orange City. E 14-Oma told the Physic's Class to memorize their reasoning. 16-Pep meeting. E 18-Everybody skips school.Q It was Saturdayj. 5 Z4-football game at Elk Point. I 28-Contract for Engraving. I 31-Hallowe'en! ! ! ! ! ! I NOVEMBER s l-junior-Senior party. f 5-Country Gentleman Party. l 10-Contract for printing of TORPEDO. p 14-Herb slept today as a result of the Movies. I : 16--Junior-Senior class meetings. g 17-Oma and Violet were sent back to the 2nd grade. 5 18-Individualpictures were taken for the Annual. I 19-Speech by Rev. Davis on Education. s 20-juniors getting "Gym" fixed up. 4 21-Junior Fall Festival. g 24-Fahy thought he was a Senior. g 25--Mr. Troup surprised the American Literature Class, No Test. 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They are surely a sleepy looking bunch. 3 s 24-Orange City gets the big end of the score in both the girl's and boy's Q g games. 5 I Z6--Miss Galman absent-Vaccination must be working. 1 E 27-Oma declares in Economics "All work and no play makes Jack a dull E boy." 4 E 28-Lynn insists on taking physical training with the girls. Too bad Lynn, 5 g but it can't be did. 5 Q Z9-Shorty got his seat changed. He now sits up in front with the rest of g Q the good people. Glad to have you with us Shorty. Q s 30-Gerald visited us today. Q g 31-Orange City played here. Girls lost 14-4 and the boys decided not to E I play. f f FEBRUARY 5 g 2--Bessie visited Physics Class on blue Monday. Q : 3-Harvey got a bawling out from Miss Paden for talking to the girls. I f 4-Today the tryouts for the school play Adam and Eva were held. F E 5-Eighth grade County exams. start today. People from rural districts E come in to take them. E 6-Basket Ball boys lost their first game in the tournament at Sioux City. E l 9-Carrie declares that the movies are interesting and educational, for ex- g s ample the Historical plays we had last winter such as "When Columbus : g Crossed the Delaware." E I I 10-Popularity Contest today. s : ll--Uma confuses Physics and Physical. Training class today. g l 12-Senior Class small today as most of them went to Canton. l E 13-Basket Ball game with Orange City Academy tonight. Girls and the E 5 boys both win. ' I 5 I 16---Begin laboratory work in Physics today. : ' 17-Anita visited Physics Class today. g g 18-Beany. looks so thin because she hasn't had any candy since Monday. g g 19-Oma and Violet again spend the day in the 3rd grade. g g 20-Basketball game between Elk Point and Akron both teams, at Elk Point. g g Girls won but the boys lost. g : 23-Harvey decided to take a vacation in Economics Class. f : 24-Seniors enjoyed a nice test in Caesar. i E 25-Miss Gibson said in class, when you come to a cross word puzzle turn E right on over. 1.- W 5 N ff? 215347 1 Ninety-three r 1 i 1.-ui' Y F I I DI V I Tgnrigo Y 1 Iflilfllllllfg 5 E 5 E 5 CALENDAR , a - a g 26--The Declamatory people are working hard hoping to win in the Sub E I District Contest which is to be held here in Akron. Q : 27-Cliiifford got a bran new Press and Fahy sports a new pair of shoes. 5 E Where did you get them boys? E E MARCH 1 E 2-The Basket Ball Girls present the silver cup to the High School, which Q f they won at the Tournament Sat. at Hinton. s g 3--The Bookkeeping students show their love for the work by staying g : until six o'clock. E g 4-The High School listened in on the Radio to the Inaugural Address of 5 g Pres. Coolidge. g s 6-The B. B. Boys attend the Tournament at Le Mars. f 5 9-We we have a new Freshman enrolled today. Q s 10-Juniors elected Annual Staff for 1926. E j 11-Everyone worked as usual. Will still reads his Whiz Bang but Lynn 5 f got caught. Q E 12-The Senior girls work in the Kitchen for the Basket Ball Banquet to- E 5 night. p f I 13-Friday the Thifteehfh. Where's the black est. Q I 16-The boys are wearing red ties. Whatis the big Idea? 1 s 17-Green! Green! Green! Everywhere you look but fakes takes the cake. Q j 18-Beany, Evelyn and Oma slept all through Bookkeeping. Result of the : g St. Patrick's dance. I Q 19-Telephone demonstration of how "Sweed" talks to "Beany." It was 1 E given by the Bell System. I I 20-Pictures are taken of the members of the Operetta according to the E 1 groups in which each are in. l I 23-Hilda visited Physics sh blue Monday. I Q 24-Meeting of the Annual Staff during which Carrie proceeds to bawl us 2 Q out for not having our material ready to type. 1 s 25-The wind blows inside and out. I g Z6-The Glee Club Girls are getting ready to enter the Contest at Le Mars. g g 27--Clifford got a bran new Press and Fahy sports a new pair of shoes. E 4 l 5 APRIL 5 E 6-No lessons to study so everyone is busy reading magazines. s g 7-Class meetings to decide on the Junior party for the Snap Shot Contest. E 8-Gerald came to school today to renew old memories and hardships of E ' -we -3:47 ' 1 N inety- f our ,l,,. 7 III IJ If 1441111 Q-reaping V Aj , ll 1LL7 11777772 1 11111111111 43 g ze?-53 E I I 4 I I I E E 5 CALENDAR , 5 I I 5 -' I I boys after every girl. Art insists on taking physical training with the girls. E f Physics. ' Q f 9-Lester Alfs visited school today. s s 10-Bessie B., Inez C., Maude F., visited school today. 1 I 13-James, Paul, Oather and Harvey sleep right after dinner today. Sun- I I day must have been a hard day. I I 14-Miss Greene said she didn't know what she'd do with pupils that Q 5 could'nt talk English. Those that do know are hard enough to teach. I : 23-Senior girls have a meeting and decide upon dresses for graduation. g g 24-TGRPEDO goes to the press. s 5 E Violet Crow E 1 4 E 5 f I 4 I I 5 I I I I Q I , I g I 1 I I I 1 I ! I Mi His I I lfial I , E , I I I I : E I s E I I I I I i 4 I I I I 4 I 4 9 I v I I I I I I I I I I , I g , 5 E W X I 2 4 as 3' ff: iw - , Ninety-five gli" - -lf - 1 4-' f ' , 711 G-T R959 V 3-Y. ,?f14L,LL4fl'7!, I I IJILZIZJIIII, Z mfg? -:-or f' 'F' E g . s I I I E E , J 01415: s 5 I I 5 , I g Oma-Shall I mark t11ne with 1ny feet, sir? ' f g Mr. Troup-Did you ever hear of marking time with your hands? E E Oma-I understand clocks do, sir. g I as as an I : "He says he loves me!" g "Then marry him, my dear. You'll have at least one thing in common." : 5 .Q .9 an E g VVife-John, what do you mean by coming in so late in the morning? f I Her Husband-Ish not sho late, dear. 1 just heard three clocks strike f I I E one very distinctly. a f Q99 .3 Q99 4 . . I E A man was found sprinkling pepper over the floor of the United States g g Mint. When approached he whispered: "Shi This'll be peppermint when 2 4 I'm through." ' g av .se V4 E s "Understand that Bernice Boyd went out on a picnic the other day and Q' I got ptomaine poisoning." f v Q I i "Do you suppose he left the food in tin too long?" F E "VVel1, it was laying in the back seat of his Ford all afternoonf' g ' at as as 1 I 5 "VVhat'd you get for your birthday?" ' E 5 "VVell, have you seen those new, long, racy Cadillacs ?,' g I "Yeah," 1 E "VVell, l got roller-skatesf' E l .3 .3 09 ' : Milton Ericson was in court charged with exceeding the speed limit. g g What's the matter with you?" asked the pudge "Didn't you read the E I signs along the road?" f E "Sure!" replied Milton, "They read 'Fine for Speeding'." E I v g Bernice Burnett-It is written, "Man proposes, but woman disposes?" g g Evelyn Hoschler-I do not think it will be necessary. 5 I Oma Ogden-It was not necessarf. I 4 5 I I Theodora Yeaton-I am not yet prepared to state. p Q I Violet Crow-The end justifies the means. g Q ts as an E Karl S. Qto Paul Stollj-Where did you get your musical temperament? Q ,V X au xx as Jorn in a it W P l-I f 1 ' A fl t. ' : N. , 5 JBL.. V53 s Efcf N CG 2 ' 7 4: N inety-six f C 4 To nv , l - - ---f I - --LA!-. fax? AQ + E ff N wif v yd Wk' REQQK H ID S TF Q 95 Lp ,fp,L4,,37mC,,,,.T,,,,7,,,,,T,,.,,,Z C 9523 N H1 ,'.,,., Lf fLCL!fff4L111 144117111 Ci' -I-gat?-E9 fffflf 17-if 1:::: 1 IE F E 5 5 I I 5 ACCESSORIES g ' I I -4- I ' I Q Firestone and Oldfield Tires and Tubes E , . 4 5 ALEMITE EQUIPMENT 2 I I E HERCULES GAsDLINE Q I A 1 E PYRAMID GILS and GREASE Q f e Q FREE AIR and WATER 3 I 5 5 " W. L. MITCHELL 5 I E Telephone No. 200 Akron, Iowa E I 5 TT I Q DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE I E 2 v I I ' I E 2 g v 5 Eg? 'W if If Rim F Ninety- ht SQQQ Qililixf i1K1iitiiix1xxxt11xt.iixi ,. ig xxxixxxxxxnxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxxnnnnxixxxxxxxtl 'L 4ff7'.44L44414..ULLLfffZ Q?-Tokrrggq - ' I'Lr.,.r- A ar WE WANT YOU TO FEEL AT HOME At this bank the officers are accessible and ap- proachable, and are always glad to give their time to the discussion of sound business proposals of a nature which will promote the interests of clients with out in- fringing on the bank's invariable rule of "Safety First." AKRON SAVINGS BANK AKRON IOWA BARBER SHOP Prompt Service, Sanitary methods, and courteous treatment. Ladies Haircut a Specialty Boden Sr Montange AKRON, IOWA 'X A ff fillin- N ff Evelyn:-"There is a new ape in the zoo that can say 'papa' as plain as anything." Jack-"Well, he had better not say that to me." 143.58 Bill-"My grand-dad started the big game yesterday." Harvey-"How come ?" Bill-"He kicked off." FFF Ellis was a credit to his school. He owed everybody. ,sv ,az as A date saved is a lesson learned. ,- fn 273 N inety-nina f' 52 Y -: -I I' XKKHIL Q HHKHHKIKKHSHSQHHKYYKXHXXX QIXQSQSQHISIKKQQQHIRSHQQQQHHRQQKQQXXQKKXQXXYKXQKQSSKKSKQQKKQYQQ ,4l" ' LLZALLLLLLJVI llllf-Lllrlll ff ILQLZ II 1 1 11111112 Z - Kiran ,' a I 5 4 I ' E 4 . I 5 I I 4 I ' I g WE HANDLE MEATS 5 E 3 E I I I I f We aim to keep the cleanest up to date Meat Market E 5 in Plymouth County. Always open for inspection. A Q g good assortment of meats. 2 E Yours for Business I 5 5 5 '- E v 4 I 3 A. W EIDENFELLER 2 5 Akron, Iowa Phone 47 2 I 5 4 r g I s 5 I I 5 I I I U . . . I I - h l l k k k I WE STRIVE FOR THE ra W y is ove 1 e noc mga g g BEST man in the head ?" Q f Evah--"They both make the E E --- World go around." I : I . I . . A 5 E Best ln Service and 111 .se .sz as E I - I E Quahty A nice little maid from Siam E E Dry Goods and Groceries Once said to her lover, Kiam. 5 g You may kiss me of course, I I But you'll have to use force E E 81 D Thank heaven you are stronger f I than I am. 2 I ' a s 54' Q One Hundred ..-.. 1 I A 47 V 3-3 x 1117 1711171112 I If ' Z 452417 TORPEDO.- FQL g 4 I I 2 a ' 4 7 I I 5 I 5 5 2 ' 4 g METZ SHOE Co. 3 E T . I I I A I E RELIABLE and STYLISH FOOT WEAR. E I I E OUR SERVICE MEANS THAT WE EIT THE E I I E FEET. YOU ARE WELCOME IN OUR E I I E STORE AT ALL TINIES. 2 I I 5 I I 4 5 I 4 ' 5 I 4 F 5 I I I Dr- W00t0n Wife-"John what do you mean I I by coming in so late in the morn- g I ing ?" 4 7 - Her Husband-"Ish not sho late, I I Dentlst wife I just heard three clocks strike : E i- one very distinctly." g I Office over National Bank 3 V, Vg E I Phone: Office 1583 Res. 90 5 : Joe-"How come this hair is in I I my ice cream?" 4 g Harry-"Must. have slipped in E 3 Swellson Garage while I was shaving the ice. - g E Repair work, Goodrich if If tw E Q Tires, Truck Hauling. Liza-"An' when dat robbah man I 5 VELIE and McCORMICK fifdgalggl, up yo hands' what did 2 5 DEERING TRACTOR Rams-"Me? Ah Jes' laffed at I I phone 54 Akron, Iowa him, Ah already had 'em up." 5 5 I if 'w rg T pfx 159 - , One Hundred One ltilitiiiiitmtittxxxxtrii111111111Qtiithstltitiiiliririxxxxixminsxtixgtiiilttiik11111133 -1-091' . A !LLQllQf T9RyE9qi i'jfffuLuf1f I'L.4...r- ir ,. 1' lu, I Moir Motor Compan DODGE BROTHERS A AUTOMOBILES FISK TIRES TRUCKIN G REPAIR WORK PROMPT SERVICE WORK GUARANTEED PHONE 37 AKRON, IOWA 5? R -TN x taxi lfllllllllflll 1 ' IF, if -' N - 1 Une Hundred Two Silverberg Bros. Co. We own five big stores and buy our goods in large quantities. Therefore, we can sell on a smaller margin of profit. We want your trade and we can save you money. THANK YOU AKRON, IOWA E l l sl Kd Father-"What does this 60 mean on your report card Herb '?" Herb-"Oh! I guess that is the temperature of the room." 3 759 A Bill-"The ladies are better look- ing than the men." Lennart-"Naturally." Bill-"No artificialityf' A 5 ug Ques.-"Why is Bernice's mout like a Ford? Ans.-"Because its always go- ing." KKHSSIIKKSHQHQKKKKKXHXX YKSQQQQQHHC1KXQQQHKQQQKQQQQHHQQQQQKXQDSXYXSQKKQKQDHQSSSQQHQIQQ1 Qi rn! S X Z ll is -27 F., Q: u lx!-IQQQ1Q1 1i11li111QQ11511111QQCQQQYQQQQKHWSQQSHQQHiii!iiiSQQQQQCQQQQQQQQQQQHQYTW Y SLOWLY BUT SURELY People are learning the Wisdom of looking over our offerings before buying CLOTHING 81 FURNISHINGS Prices moderate, quality consistently good. If you will come in, we'l1 be glad to show you W. W. BUBBILL SZ SGNS AKRON IOWA KLAUER BROS. FURNITURE 81 UNDERTAKING Brighten your house and make it a real home. We are prepared to show you some remarkable values in the very newest designs of furniture and rugs. Store Phone Residence Phone AKRON, IOWA r N Wax Ll G5 1 1 One Hundred XXl R1iXQiiiiHl1IKXQQQHHSQHHQQQQHHQQKQQKXQHHXQXXQKKQKQSSSXKSSSKSHSQHHIQHQKQQHHHHXYQQQKKKQYHXXK 5 'ln 11 -sum E A l N 11Q1lQ1lmQil1iQH1iSSQ1QSQQQQQQQQQQYLDQQQQQKTYY '1 Q11 Q1 X 1 xxxxxxxxx 4fff441fu4L1fff ffl! ' TQRQEDQ WHEN IN AKRON Eat at the Pantry FIRST CLASS CAFE Home Made Pastrles AL SANOW Prop Akron IOWA BOOKS and SCHOOL SUPPLIES Teacher Herbert you may re Herb I don t know where to be 1n Teather What 1n the lesson lm pressed you most Herb The length of It V99 Mother Don t ask so many questlons chlld Cur1os1ty once k11 ed a cat Sllkey What dld the cat want to know? ICE CREAM and CANDY I MARCH Sz THORSON -x Q A - if giwfflfl ,fff!.Ef4 112774411 K : Q One Hundred Four 7 7 REXALL and REMEDIES WALL PAPER AND PAINTS TOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMES Xll l1Xii11iQi1IKXQ111111111111QHQQCQKKKQKKXQXXQHSQKSQSSKSSKQHDKHQQQIQKQKHQHHKHKYQYQYKYKQXHXXXK, ?-.-ii-QW i A 4 f ' j 'i ' wx! 17 1 1:1 11111 gi-iggrff , , 1 ' - lrzrg b 1 i--.V .' as - - n Clte. K6 7 - g' ,Y , ca ' ' - ,Y LC ' Y, . eb' U99 ca 1 y ' ' . rv , . . . H . as ax' f fr- 22, ,, ' 52 ,Q fi 'm .J fa! iuxihtxxiititiiktixxxxixxxxxsnuxxxxxx xxxxxxxnxxxxivim QQQQQ11 IXIQQQQQQQQQQQQCQSQQQQQQQQ1 A--if" 3 , ' -Tonpgri---, 11f'ffLL4!1 ZZ'." For a Good Clean Evening's Entertainment Attend The EMPRESS THEATER TH EHOME OF BETTER PHOTOPLAYS AKRON, IOWA OLE SILKEBAKKEN . -L Akron Variety Store Dry Goods Groceries Fancy China, Dinnerware, Shoes , Cut Glass and Stationery School Supplles -- Phone 6 AKRON, IOWA AKRON, IOWA Phone 19 -N 2 14 I '1 . 5131? .. Irate father-"I'll teach you to kiss my daughter." Buzzy-"You'r too late. I've learned how already." JF .JF vb! Stude-"Changed your bed linen yet, Roomie-" Roomate-"Heck, nog 'taint Worn out yet. XXHIXYKSXQSSKSHHHIKXQHQHSKHQCQQQHQHHQCQHKXQHKXQXXYHXHKSSKSXXHSSKHSKQ111111111HXHSSQSQKYKKYXHXXN N A , n N ffg r C52 1 '45 One Hundred Five 9 If fff2Jl'7J1L.L!flf!f1f'ffj 'ffnxf-E0 Y Y 1 V 1 'I ' I Iii! 5 5 a e I I 5 5 I I 4 I 3 AKRON CLOTHING CO. 5 I I '-' I E YOUNG MAN BUY YOUR CLOTHING E I Where you can save money and also get clothing I 1 that is absolutely right. E I Phone 282 Akron g 5 -- I I I g HIGH CLASS FURNISHINGS E I - -- s 5 ED. soRK, Prop. g I I 5 5 5 5 , A I 4 5 5 5 I Harvey-"There I kissed you on the cheek." E E Evelyn-"Whats a poor aim." I I ,-z is ,se E I Clifford-"How would you like a pet Monkey ?" I g Pearl-"Oh! This is so sudden? I I ,sz ,-z Q-z E I Veda out playing-"I'rn not going to marry and I'm going to bring I Q my children up the same way." I I 5 I 5 I I E I I 5 J . W. HEDGES 5 g ' G R A 1 N 5 4 ..-.- I E Meat Mealg Oil Mealg Saltg Oyster Shellsg Crysco E I Shellsg Ton Gors Butter Milk Feed E I -- I 5 AKRON IOWA 5 I E 4 4 Q g W -we I Kg: Z l?r-EK f ik ?g,A7fffff ,f ffmlllfzwllf 1 , One Hundred Six .r,. Al f7' 11gfUW Tpgpggl--Y f,,lE-?TWu '?Zfl'I11I"a 4 5 4 I ! r' " 5 I 1 5 I 5 E 1 A A - 1 1 J, B. CUNNINGHAM 81 SON 5 E ...B 5 1 1 I E HARDWARE, FURNITURE 8a UNDERTAKING E i E RANGES, STOVES, RUGS, VICTROLAS 2 s A a 4 5 E Call on Us for Anything You Need in Hardware Z I K AKRON, IOWA 2 E s 1 ! H 5 I 5 ! I F F I I E E ' I 5 COBB AND GBBBNLBAB 5 ' 1 E A large and complete line of Druggist Sundries, Toi- E E let Articles and Stationery, Paints, Oils, Brushes, E g Glass, Wall Paper. f 1 I 1 1 a H A E ICE CREAM AND CANDIES E 5 AKRON IOWA 5 1 I 5 g 1 e 5 s ! 1 I f' -51.7 gg'-5 1 1 xzg One Ilundred Seven ,qv J 1 L4.L1.l.4.4.2,4.4.LL1fff4,4ff7ff T?RS F-go? i LLL II 1 1 - ,1 'fig I 4 E I ' I I l l I i I I E Drop in at Q 4 - . - , - I I Hltzeman Sl Klewell 4 E Dr. C. R. Lanphere E E D t, t For First Class Service. E 4 en IS - -.T n E AKRON, IOWA Ladies Invited E 3 Haircut Any Style g f We Guarantee Work E 1 4 1 I I ! I ' I I, I a Here's to the kiss E f Here's to it, from it and to it ' g g May he that gets to it, g f And then doesn't do it C I p r g Never get it again. Q I I ! I v I I I I I I I ' K 81 K I E CLYDE'S PLACE I E l Cash Grocery E i HOME RESTAURANT --- E : Everything in Q I Phone ss Akron, Iowa GRocER1Es,FRU1Ts so I E CLYDE PoLLocK, Prop. 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