Albia Community High School - Screech Yearbook (Albia, IA)
- Class of 1930
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JOHN S. CHAMBERS
University of Denver
University of Nebraska
College and High School Science
Mount Morris College
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University of Iowa
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Kansas State Teachers
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SCIOTO M. HERNDON
High School History and
FRED H. GlfNlfY,X
High School Physiology
University of NYashington
University of Illinois
High School Latin
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High School Arithmetic and
University of California
DONALD O. SMITH
Ohio Northern University
Des Moines University
High School English
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S4-I1-1-cl: Stull' : Class Prvs. - -1 : Class
View-l'r'w4. 1. 3 Slullcnl Umuncil - l-Z. l
l4'rvnc'li Club 2-Sl : Comnwrviul Club Il-4 Z
C' A A l " 'S l' C' R l " 'l 1 ' '30 'W
l's-p Club: llrzunntir' Club ll: Girl:-1' Vollcy
llnll: Girls' lluskctlmll.
lllf l'll.XX'lllfl. U'll.XR.-X
llzlskvtlmll l-Z1-25: Vullvy Bull l-2-33
Bus:-lmll 1-2-3--1: Coxumorvizil Club - Zl-
41: G. R. L!-Il--lg O. A. 'l'. 3: G. A. A. V
l-LZ-Il-Il: Vic-0-l'i'q-s. -1: Ilrzinmlic Club -1.
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llnskvllmll 4: Varsity .13 Class Basket-
bnll I-Z!-Il--1 1 l"uotb:iIl 1 : 'l'l':u'k 2 : "Mrs.
lhunpsu-:ul l,vig:h" -1 3 "Polly With Rl
l'usl" 4: "l'uir nl' Siu-s" 223 Ib':u11zxlic
Cluli 11: Cumnmrciall Club .1-CZ, Suv. fl : Illi-
30 l'op Club 41: Sc'i'm'cli Stull Assistzini
lflclitoi' 113 Sa-nim' Class, Soc. 4.
Gln-0 Club l-2-Il--1: l'rl-s. -1: G. R. I-2-
3-4 3 G. A. A. Il-2: "Aw You :I Maison?"
"Sylvian" lp "Ji-rry of .Im-rim-lm Road" 121
U0llllll1'l'l'l1ll Club 1: llrmiizuii- Club -lt
lfuollmll 2-Sl-.lg lli-Y 2-23--1 : Cmnnicrcinl
Club Z!-11: Sill-K0 Pop Club.
L'lfl'll. Nl.XlC .XXIJIQRSUN
30-IW l's-p Club --15 Glve Club l-2-Il-43
"Sailor ,M:1inls" lg "Ji-rry of Jericho
Ruud" Ill llzisulmll l-2: lluskotlmll 1-2-
fl: Vollvy llull 2: Many lfvlu l-2-fl: G. R.
l-2-3: C. A. A. 2-35: Cmnnwrviul Club -
Il-4: "Holly Lou" Al: Basketball Class
Serin-s 43 0. A. 'l'. Club Pros. - -- 4:
Svlvvvli Stull' 'l'y,pisl -lg Ilvzxmuiif' Club
'SSI 9 128-
Hi-Y 1-2: Junior Cullum Football 4.
M.-Xli l.. .XNINCRSON
C. R. 1-2: Glvv Club I-2-3-43 Sigma
Delta Phi 3-45 "Belly Lou" 4.
Orchestra 3-41 Hi-Y 233 Manual High
School 3 Yrs.
M.-X RC.-X R ICT lil l.'l'l'1 R ill A N
Glee Club 2-3: Volloy Ball 23 G. R.- 1.
G. R. l-2-Il-4: G. A. A. 45 Commcrvinl
G. R. L13 Haydovk High School R.
,,,TAe SCREECH 1930,,,
Volleyball 1-2-3-4: Basketball -1-2-3-4:
"The Meal Ticket" 3: G. Rf 4 g Commer-
cial Club -3-4: 0. G. A. Vice-Pres. ---- 4: G.
A. A. 1-2-3-4: Glee Club 1-2-3-43
30-30 Pep Club 4: Dramatic Club --4:
"Sailor Maids" -l 1 "Betty L0u"- -4: Base-
ball 1-2-3-4: French Club 3.
Commercial Club 3-4: 0. G. A.- 3-4 g 0.
A. T. 3-4: G. R. 2.
lilX'lM.'X M. FICRCUSON
G. R. -2-8-4: Commercial Club ---- 3-4:
Hi-Y- 1-25 Commercial Club-3: "Jerry
of Pcricho Road"---3: "Sylvia"--1: Glee
ICV li Rl'1'l"l' Fl NDLEY
Orchestra 1-2-3: Band 4: Hi-Y 3:
Normal Training Club 3-4.
OLGA ll ROZOXTCH
Dramatic Club---4: "Sailor Maids" 1:
Glee Club l-2-3-4: Baseball- -I-2-3: Bas-
ketball -1-2-3-4: Volleyball l-2-3: Student
Council 2: G. A. A. 2-3-4: G. R. 1-2-
3-4: 0. G. A. Trcas. 4: 0. A. T. 434:
30-30 Pep Club -4: "Betty Lou" 4:
"Jerry of Jericho Road" 3: "Mrs, Bump-
stead Leigh" 4.
-l:XlX'llCS L. CALHOUN
Hi-Y - 1-2-3-4: Hi-Y Basketball 2-
3-4: French Club 3-4: Commrrcial Club
MARI LUIS CASTLICS
G. R. - -1-2-3-4 Tres. 4 3 Cabinet- 3-4 :
Dramatic Club 4: French Club 4: G. A.
A. 3: "Sailor Maids" 1: "Sylvia" 2:
"Jerry of Jericho Road" 3: "Betty Lou"
- 4: "Mrs, Bumpstcad Leigh" 4: Glen
Club- 1-2-3-4: Orchestra 1-2-3-4: 0. A.
0. A. T. Club---4.
l'1LL.'X MAY COMES
Student Council 1-2: Glee Club 1-2-3-
4 : "Sailor Maids" l : G. R. 1-2-3-4:
"Sylvia" 2: G. A. A. 3-8-4: Sigma Delta
Phi 3: 30-30 Pep Club -4: "Betty Lou"
4: Devlamatory Conte at 4: 0. A. T.
Club- 4: Commercial Club 4.
Hi-Y 2-3-4: Cabinet- 4: Glee Club 4:
Student Council- 1-21 Junior Class Vice-
Pres. 3: Tennis 3 1 Basketball 3: Frenvh
Club 3-4: "Betty Lou" 4: Class Series
3-4: Dramatic Club 4: 30-30 Pep Club A
4: Hi-Y Basketball 4.
The SCREECH 1930...
"Sylvia" 2: "Jerry of Jericho Road"- -
3: "Betty Lou" 4: "The Mummy and the
Mumps" 4: "Mrs, Mumpstead Leix.!h"- 4:
Class Basketball 1: 30-30 Pep Club 3-4:
Dramatic Club 4: Commercial Clul: 33
Hi-Y 2-3: Football 2-3-4: Orchestra 2-3-
4: Stud:-nt Council 1.
G. A. A. 1-2-zz: 1-'i-mich Club 3.
M ICRRI.-XM GIBSON
Sigma Delta Phi 3-4.
Student. Council 1: Class President li
G. R. 1-ZZ-3-4, Pres 3, Cabinet 2-3-45
Dramatic Club 4: Glve Club l-2-3-4:
"Thu .Meal Ticket" 3: "Poly With a Past"
4: "Mrs, Humpstead Leigh" 4: "Sailor
Maids" l : "Sylvia" 2: "Jerry of Jericho
Road" 3: "Betty Lou" 4: Dcclam. 1-2-
3-4: Debate 3: Scrcech Staff Joke Edi-
tor 4: 30-30 Pep Clulzv 3-4: French Club
l'.'X'l'RlCl.'X CIN ICNS
French Club Z!-3. Treas 2. Pres. 4:
Scrcech Stall' 4: Junior Class Play- -3:
"Jerry of Jericho Road" 3: "Sylvia "-- 2:
Voleyball 2-3: Pliirll School Play 3: Glee
Club 1-2-3-4: G. R. 3-4: G. A. A.---1-
1.-3-4: Dramatic Club 4.
NVANDA BLKNCH lf GRlMlfS
Glee Club l-2-3-4: Sigma Delta Phi 3-
4: G. R. 2-4: "Gold Dust Twins"-- 2.
-assi If ie-1
IQUIZICN If H.'XR'li '
C'ass Series 3: Hi-Y 4: 30-30 Pep Club
4: Band- -4: Football 4.
XV.-XLLACIC R. H A XVX BY
Freshman Play: Class Series l-2: Hi-Y
---1-2-3-4: Orchestra 1-2-4: Band -4.
Track 1-3: Hi-Y l-2-3-4: Glee Club
2-3-4: "Sylvia" l 1 "Jerry of Jericho
Road" 3: "Betty Lou" 4 : Dramatic
Club -4: 30-30 Pep Club 4: Basketball--
1-2: Class Basketball l-2-3.
YIYIAN L. HUNTER
G. A. A.-1-2-3-4: Dramatic Club - 4:
Commercial Club 3-4: 0. A. T. Commit.
tee-4: Basketball -1-2-3-4: Volleyball--L
2-3-4 1 Baseball -1-2-3-4.
Q MADIIQ ISAACSON
G. R. 3.
.. The SCREECH 1930...
Ili J RUTH Y MO RRONV
G. R. l-2-3-4: G. A. A. 1-2: 30-30
Pep Club 3-4: "Mrs, Bumpstead Leight-
4g Dramatic Club- 4: Screech Staff 4
French Clubl 3-4 .
Sigma Delta Phi 3-4: Treas. 4
Clem-'Club 2: "Sylvia" 1: Football 2
3-4: H1-Y -3-4.
Track 1: Hi-Y 1-2-3-4: Pres, 4
ketball- -l-2-3-4: "Meal Ticket" :sf
matic Club- 4: 30-30-Pep Club-- -3-4:
mercial Club 4: Cheer Leader 4.
,ILL-XNl'l',X A. MCCRACIQ HN
Avery High School- 1-2: G. R. 3
mercial Club- 3-45 0. A. T.- 3-4: 0.
A. 3-4: Dramatic Club- 4.
Melrose Hitzh School 1-2: Sigma Delta
Phi---3-4: G. R.- 3-4: G. A. A. 3-4: 30-30
G. R. 1-2-3-4: Cabinet 2-3-4. Pres. 4:
G. A. A.--2: Basketball --1: Volleyball 4:
"Sailor Maids" l : "Mrs. Bumpstexul
Leigh" 4: Honor Student 1-3-4: "Jerry
of Jericho Road" 3: "Betty Lou" - 4:
Glee Club -1-2-3-4: Hand 4: Orchestra ---
3-4: French Club 3-4. Vice-Pres. - 3:
Screech Staff Editor: 30-30 Peqi Club 4-
3: Dramatic Club 4: Student Council- 1.
Sigma Delta Phi 3-4: G. R. l-2-3: G.
A. A. 2: 30-30 Pep Club----4.
CLA R.-X KARSO
Basketball - - I-2-3: Volleyball 1-2-3:
Baseball---1-2-3: Commercial Club 3-4: G.
R. -1-2-3: O. A. T. - --3-4. Vice-Pres. 4:
0. G. A. 3-4: G. A. A. 1-2-3-4: Orches-
tra 4: Student Council 2.
"The .Meal 'I'icket"- fl: Band -- 4 1 Orches-
tra 2-4: Class Series --3-4: French Club
3-4: Dramatic Club 4: 30-30 Pep Club
3-4: Hi-Y 1-2-3-4: Basketball- 4: Tennis
Student Council 2: Glee Club 1-ZZ-4,
Treas. -2: G. R.- 1-2-3-4: G. A. A. Club- -
1-2-3-4: French Club 3: Dramatic Club
4: 30-30 Pep Club -4: 0. A. T. Club 41
Sigma Delta Phi 3-4. Vice-Pres. 3:
"Polly With a Past" 4: "Betty Lou" 4.
M.-XX B. LOFB
"Mrs. Bumpstead Leigh" 4: "A Pair
of Sixes"- -3: "The Meal Ticket" 3:
"Jerry of Jericho Road"-- 3: "Sylvia" 2:
"Sailor Maids"- 1: Hi-Y - 1-2-3-4: Basket-
ball- -4 : Cabinet- -2 : Tennis 3-4 : 30-30-Pep
Club -3-4 5 Student Council -1-2: French
Club---3-4 : Dramatic Club --4 : Cabinet---4 :
Glee Clulr--1-2-3-4 : Secy-Treas. 3: Scrccch
Statf: Assistant Business Mgr. 4.
...Tfze SCREECH 1QjO...
MARC.'XRl'I'l' MlfLLlCli A W 'T
G. A. A.--1-2-3-4: G. R. 1. Vollcy 5
Ball -1-4: 0. A. T.--3-45 0. G. A. 4: .
Commercial Club 3-4. I
G. R. 1-Z-3-1 G. A. A. 1-2-3-4. Pres.- -
45 Commercial Club 3-4: 0. A. T. Trans.
4: Basketballl----1-2-3-45 Volloy Ball 1-2-
3-4: Dramatic Club 4.
G. R.--1-2: G. A. A.--2-3-4: Commercial
Cluli-3-4 : O. A. T. Committee-4: Basket-
hull 2-3: Volley Bull f2: "Meal Ticket"-
Zip "Mrs, Bumpstead Leigh "-- -4: Dramatic
G. R. l-2-Il-4: G. A. A. 4: Commer-
cial Club-3: 0. A. T.--3.
liA'l'H RY N MOU Rlf
G. R. Cab. 1-2-3-4: G. A. A.--1-2-4:
Glee Club l-2-4: Dramatic Club -4: Com-
mercial Club 3-4: Student Council- 1-2:
30-30-Pep Club 4: Volley Ball 43 "Sailor
R.-X Y MORGAN I '
I-I ICLEN MCCILYREY
. . .M . . .. , . Sigma Delta Phi--3-45 Treas.---43 G. A.
A 3 G R 'R
' MILDRIZD MCINNES
Glee Club---1-2-3-4: G. R.-l-2-3-4: G. A.
A.--1-2: Sigma Delta Phi 3-4, Treas.---3:
30-30-Pep Club--45 "Sailor Maids"-lg
- "Sylvia"--2: "Betty Lou"---4.
G. R.--1-2-3-4: G. A. A. -2-33 Glee Club
--1-2-3-4, Vice Pres- 43 Commercial Club
-4: O. A. T.- -4: O. G. A. Pres.----4:
Student Council---1-25 "Betty Lou", 45
"Meal Ticket"--35 "Mummy and the
Mumps"---4: "Mi-s. Bumpstead Leigh"- -4:
Vice Pres.--15 President--3: Dramatic-4:
30-30-Pc.p Club Pres.-4: French Club-3:
Hi-Y-2-3g Sec. Glee Club-2-3: "Station
YYY": A. Club-3: "A Trunk from India:
Student Council-13 Jr. College Football-
4g Minstrel Show---2: Second Childhood:
y Yell Leader-1: Student Council---23 Hi-
Y--1-2-3g Orchestra-1-2-33 Basketball---L
. 2-3-4: Football---1-2-3-4: Bumpstead
. "Sailor Maids"-1 5 Fo0tballA1-2-3-4 5
Varsity-3-4 1 Hi-Yv3.
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Yhe SCREECH IQXQO...
G. R. l-2: Sigma Delta Phi 3-4.
G. R. l-2-4: G. A. A.- 2-3-4: Commer-
cial Club 3-4: 0. A. T. 33-4: 0. G. A.- -
3-4: Volley Ball 4: Dramatic Club 4.
MXRY ,l.XNli S'lXXNHOUSli
G. R. l-2-3-4: Commercial Club 3-4:
Dramatic Club 4.
G. R. 2: G. A. A. 2: Declatn. 2-3.
.X. ftl.XRlqXN S'l'l.'Ml'
G. R. l-2-3: Glee Club 2-3-4: G. A. A.
Il-4: Dramatic Ciub 4: French Club---CL
4: Dcclam. lg 30-30-Pep Club -4.
Uskaloosa High School 1: G. R. -3-4
G. A. A. Zi-4: Sigma Delta Phi 3-4. Pres.
4: Ba-eketball 3: Volley Hall 3.
ANN.-X MAY l'lCKliRlCl.l.
Sigma Delta Phi 3-4: Vice Pros. 4.
Football-2-3-4: Varsity 3-4: Basketball
V 3-4: Varsity 4: Hi-Y 2-4: Hi-Y Bas-
ketball 4: "Mummy and the Mumps 4:
"Betty Lou" 4: "Mrs, Bunipstc-ad Leigh"
- 4: Dramatic Club 4: Cnmmcrcial Club
Il: Glee Clubl 4: 30-30-Pep Club 4.
Girl Reserves 1-2-Il-4: 30-30-Pep Club
4: Dramatic Club 4: 0. A. T. Club 3-4:
O. G. A. 4: French Club Il-4,
French Club 2-3: Commercial Club 3-
4: Girl Reserva I-2-3-4: G. A. A. 2-8-4:
Student. Council 2: Dramatic Club 4:
:zo-:so-Pep Club 2-3-4.
G. A. A. 12.1-4, G. R. 1-.Z-3-4
30-30-Pep Club-4: Basketball 1-2-3-4
Volley Ball I-2-3-4: Baseball 1-2-3. Cap-
tain --2: Commercial Club R-4: 0. A. T.
Sect. -4: 0. A. T. Senior Committee.
--Stl 14 129--
The SCREECH 1930...
"Ml's. Bumpstead Leizhtn-4: "Mummy
and the Mumps -V4 1 "The .Meal Ticket"-3:
"Betty Lou "-- -4 : "Sylvia"---2: "Jerry of
Jericho Road"--3 5 "Sailor Maids"-1 3 Hi-Y
--1-2-3-4: Hi-Y Basketball - 4: Student
Manager- -3: Tennis. -3-4 1 Football'-2-4 :
Varsity--4: Basketball--4: 30-30-Pep Club
7-3-4 : French Club--3-4 3 Student Council-
1: Dramatic Clulr-4: Glee Club-1-2-3-4:
Screech Staff: Athletic Editor-4.
G. NORMAN TOM LINSON
Hi-Y--1-2-3-4 5 Dramatic Club-4 : Or-
chestra-2 1 Band-3-4 3 Student Council-2.
G. R.--1-2-3: Sigma Delta Phi-3-4.
HAROLD ROBERT TYRREL
Student Council-1: Hi-Y--2: Hi-Y Bas-
ketball- 2-3-4: 30-30-Pep Club-4.
LUCILLIC K. VVILKIN
G. R.-1-2-3-43 G. A. A.-2-3: Com-
mercial Club-3: French Club- 3-4: Dra-
MARY LUCILLI2 WILLIAMS
G. R. --1-2-3-4, Cabinet ---- 4 : Glee Club-
1-2-3-4: G. A. A.--1-3: 30-30-Pap Club-4:
Declamatory-1-2-3-4 : Debate Team-33
Dramatic Club-4 : French Club-2-3-4:
"Polly 'With a Past"- --4: "Betty Lou"---4:
"0n the Hiring Line"-2: Commercial Club
---4 : Screech Staff-4g Honor Student.
-'SSI 15 IE--
G. R.-1-2: G. A. A.--4: Commercial
Clulr-3-4: 0. A. T.-3-4: O. G. A.--3-4:
Volley Ball-45 Basketball --45 Dramatic -
G. R.-1-2-3: G. A. A. -2-3-43 Commer-
cial Club -3-4: Volley Ball -4: Dramatic
Club-4: Basketball--25 0. G. A.--3-4: O.
A. Tr -3-4.
Hi-Y--2-4: 0. A. T.-4.
0. A. T.---33 Volley Ball--25 Basketball
G. R.-1-2-3: G. A. A.-1-2-3-4: Com-
mercial Club--3-4: "Betty Lou"--4: Glee
Club-4, Sec'y Treas.-45 Dramatic Club-
4: 30-30-Pep Club-3-45 Volley Ball-1-2-
3-4 3 Basketball-1-2.
"Sylvia"- -2: "Jerry of Jericho Road"-
3: "Betty Lou" --4 5 Glee Club-1-2-3-4 :
G. R.--1-2-3-4 g French Club -3-4 : Dramatic
Senior Clary Hzktory
In the fall of '26 a large dirigible carrying the class of '30, started out on its tour of
education. We faired really well during our First two years under the leadership of our
most able pilot, Mr. Haliburton. just a few of the passengers were lost because of
lack of self-confidence, while others forgot how to manipulate their parachutes.
In the springlof our first year we presented our dramatic production, "The Freshman
Vaudev1lle", which helped to buy the stadium seats so as to enable us to watch those
who were getting efficient on the gridiron.
In the next round of events we were successful in catching some scholastic and
VVe had now reached the height of our tour starting on our Junior year. This being
the case, we changed pilotsg trading for Mr. Hartzell fthe fox wizardb. He carried us
safely through, save for a few knockouts, called blue admits. This last year has been
quite successful, having two Firsts in the Declamatory Contest, also two members on the
Debate Team, on the gridiron, presenting the play, "The Meal Ticket", giving a May
Pole Banquet, and other innumerable honors.
We are now on the home stretch of our tour, having made this the best year of all,
because of our many successes. Our "plane" book, The Screech, is the best that has
ever been produced. Our play, "Mrs. Bumpstead-Leigh" is the best stunt ever produced.
We can truthfully say that our class has been the "biggest and best" class that has
ever graduated into full Hedged pilots.
Mary Lucille VVilliams '30
Evelyn Newell '30,
Mary L. Williams wills her boy friend to Jane Babel.
Winifred Giltner wishes to leave her popular locker to Marjorie Shaffer, hoping that she
will have as much good luck with it. -
Marilois Castles bequeaths her golden voice to Ella Margaret Hess.
Dorothff Morrow's personal interest is with the Junior College so therefor has nothing
to cave. -.
Zoe jenkins bequeaths her sweet temper to John Watkins and she is confident that he
will reap great results.
Helen Carlson wishes her beauty to be willed to Mary Potts.
Leila Stump bequeaths her aristocratic poise to Helen Robinson.
Lucille Wilkin wills her demure ways to Marvel Scott.
Alice Worth's numerous boy friends to Nora Carrington.
Marian Stump's "steamer" to Howard Humphrey.
Threasa McDonald bequeaths her gentle expression to Kenneth Asher.
De Chantal O'Hare's baby eyes to Marjorie Wilkinson.
Isabel Phillips bequeaths her Spanish ways to Lupe Velez.
. The SCREECH 1930.
Evelyn Newell leaves her weakness for out-of-town boy friends to Lois Gay.
Vera Washburn's neat personality to Raymond Crall.
Mary J. Standhouse's "Parson College friend to Viola Walten.
Anna Miletich wills her A-plus ability to Larry Sylvester.
Margaret Samuel bequeaths her "keen eye" to Lucille Freed.
Emily Mock and Anna Boden wish to leave their boy friends to whoever wishes to
treat them nicely.
Mildred Mclnnes' sweetness to Sophia Brozovich.
Max Loeb leaves his style and culture to Jimmy Smith.
john Murphy bequeaths his blue admits to John Woods.
Edward Patterson wills his weakness for blonds to Larry Sylvester.
Kathryn Moore leaves her weakness for robust men to Ethel Hupton.
George Clarkson wills his "perfume" to Matt Karpan.
Mr. Everett Findley bequeaths his absent mindedness to Prof. Donald O. Smith.
Bill Forster wills his likeness for small bits of feminine frills to Robert Lamb.
Patty Givens leaves her Scotch meal ticket to Dorothy McBride.
Dale Pilkington's fickleness to Frances ,lane Ingram.
Bill Henley doesn't own much so he will take all his with him. Miss Giltner might
need it later.
Arlo Conwell's ability to keep in good with Mr. Fasold to Roland Hufford.
Cecil Anderson's typing ability to Margaret Miller.
George Teele's hard-luck-to-win manner to Harold Lott.
Isabel Richter leaves her weakness for Melrose to Ella Cain.
Bill Forster also wishes to leave his adoration and devotion for his steady to Halbert
Ella Mae Combs bequeaths her fascinating ways to Ottumwa.
Clara Karso wills her midnight rides to dances, to Paul Revere.
Marie Kolling bequeaths her appendix to Doc Sylvester C?l.
Homer Armstrong's pictures to Lloyd Miller.
Margaret Bilterman's "Big Ways" are to be left to Fatima Follman and Ruth Kirby.
jane Bowe's long tresses are to be left to Mildred Breckenridge.
Anna Mae Pickerell wills her boistrous laughter to Edith Gibbons.
Mr. Chamber wishes Clover Robnett to know that married life is wonderful.
Norlan Nelson's love for dramatics are to be had and practiced for another year.
Ernest Muffin bequeaths his ambitions ? ? to Wilfred Magie.
Vivian Hunter's boyish ways to Doris Scott.
Furthermore Max Loeb wishes his eyebrow brush to be left to Mr. Coffman.
Mary L. Williams bequeaths her "Past" to Polly, desiring her to take good care of it.
Olga Brozevich's visits to Peck's room to Rose Cooley.
Ruth Williams wills her love for spelling to Millie Miletich.
Verna Miscko leaves her highly arched eyebrows to Rose Sherman.
Margaret Mellick's meekness to Ellen Winslow, with a note to please keep up its high
Robert Wilson bequeaths his glasses to Viola Peterson.
August Schmitz wills his love for physics to some poor unfortunate person who acci-
dentally takes it.
Lloyd Owens bequeaths his high grades to David Kellogg.
Mary Winslow wills her ability to always be doing the right thing to joe Crane.
David Adams leaves his love for Alma Mater to Marvel Scott.
Clyde Anderson's football career to Claredine Carrathers.
Olive Mosby bequeaths her place with the farmerettes to Eunice Chedister.
Mae Anderson bequeaths her black-heeled hose to Alberta Deaver.
Homer Armstrong wills his violin playing to the girl who likes it best. Please let there
be no conflicts.
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James Calhoun's likeness for the High School Vamps to Russel Smith.
Grace Derby's morning walks to school to Lois Bunch.
Emma Ferguson bequeaths her fascinating blue eyes to Mildred Bohy.
Lloyd Findley wills his size to John Reeves.
Lucille Forsythe wills the money she lent her boy friend to the person who is so lucky.
Merriam Gibson wishes to leave to Mary Lahart her place in Pardee's room.
Wanda Grimes leaves her numerous Senior pictures to the Junior Class boys.
Eugene Hart bequeaths his bruises and black eyes to John Wilson.
Wallace Hawxby and Ray Morgan will their driving ability to John Watkins. Please
stop at all stop signs.
Madie Isaacson's good nature to Louisa Hickman.
Florence Johnson and Mildred Mclnnes will their walks around the square to Marjorie
Shaffer and Gertrude McDonald.
Charles Kelley leaves his "Mutt" to "Matt" Karpan with a few changes.
Juanita McCracken bequeaths her golden locks to Maxine Myers.
Helen McGilvery wills her ability to get a school to Katherine Cernich.
Pete Paviglio gives his business abilty to Homer Powell for a grocery business.
Maxine Rhoads wills her impish and black eyes to Margaret Nelson.
Truis Tarbell bequeaths her brilliance to Marjorie Wratten.
Norman Tomlinson wishes to leave his rides with his sister-in-law by marriage fetc.J
to the Avery tribe.
Ruth Turner wills her chatter to Margaret Lott.
Geneva Bates wills her "Hardrock" to Susan Miller.
September 25, 1950.
My dear Miss Miller:
Now that I have just returned from my trip abroad, I will relate a few of the events,
knowing that you will be quite interested in them. I left home on June 12, 1950, and
boarded the train for Montreal, where the steamer was docked. I was on the train for
several hours, it seemed that it just crawled along, so several members, getting restless,
the party began to explore. We started at the engine and went through to the caboose.
In the engine car, much to my surprise, I saw a large man shifting the levers who
was no one else than David Adams. The man that was helping him was Wallace
Hawxby, the fireman. From there we were taken to the mail car, where I mailed a
letter, handing it to Eugene Hart, the scrappy half back on our football team. Journey-
ing on in the many cars, I met several of my old classmates. Charles "Mutt" Kelly
was the first chef in the dining car, Pete Paveglio the head waiter, and Marie Koiling
the cashier. Touring back toward our own quarters,-we were taken through a beautiful
private state-room, which we later learned was occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Henley,
are president of the Ofiicial Railroad Board. The bride will be remembered as Winifred
Our train stopped for a short while in a little fishing town of Michigan. We got off
and walked around the end of thc lake, it was a beautiful place and who should I see
fishing but Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Anderson. They were here on their second honey-
moon. The bride will be remembered as Theresa McDonald, the girl from Melrose.
We stopped in at the station and turning around, I saw De Chantal O'Hare. Our
conversation held many of the class of '30, She informed me as to the destiny of
several of my class mates, it surprised me very little because she always did know every
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bit of gossip. Among the things she related was that Florence johnson and Mildred
Mclnnes were old maid school teachers and roomed with Anna Mae Pickerell, who was
married to Robert Ferguson and owned a fashionable hotel in Detroit, Michigan. She
also told me that Marian Stump and Grace Derby were down in Texas, nursing a bad
case of blood poison that Bill Foster, Jr., received when playing with his father's pet
snakes. Bill Forster is now the owner of a large circus and his wife was the blond of
the class of '30, namely, Kathryn Moore. She told me that August Schmitz and Norman
Tomlinson were on his staff of clowns and his chief lion trainers were Cecil Anderson
and Olga Brozovich. Just at that moment in the midst of her story the whistle blew
and I had to leave immediately.
I again boarded the train and amused myself by reading a magazine until I reached
my destination. Among the things that attracted my attention wa sa large photo of
Dorothy Morrow, who is one of the social leaders of New York, advertising Sealy
mattresses. I recognized her at once to be the wife of George, Teele, a big banker.
The train reached Montreal on Friday morning about ten o'clock, and we started to
sail for Liverpool on Saturday evening. During my stay in the city I stopped at a
hotel that was managed by George Clarkson and his wife Helen Carlson. I had quite
an extended visit with them and they told me that Margaret Samuel was their principal
bookkeeper and stenographer, also that Everett Findley was a good bellhop.
The steamer docked in Liverpool the following Tuesday, and the party disembarked
going immediately to London by airplane. The most able pilot was our handsome
Ernest Muffin, he told me that he was married to Emma Ferguson, our flashing farmer
maid. We arrived in London on Wednesday morning, and after breakfasting with
Maxine Rhoads, who is now proprietress of an elaborate cafe, we purchased a news-
paper and much to my surprise, I noticed that Edward Patterson is the new Chief of
Scotland Yards, having in his force Dale Pilkington and John Murphy. I also read that
Max Loeb is the new editor of the "London Times", having gotten his start in journal-
ism by working on our Screech. In the evening we went to the opera and who should
escort us to our places but Verna Miscko and Margaret Mellick. VVhen the curtain
arose, soft strains of the violin were heard and Homer Armstrong appeared before the
footlights. Later in the program the star appeared and guess who-Emily Mock, the
greatest soprano singer in all England.
On Friday we crossed the cannel into France, and the first thing that attracted my
attention was an old cathedral, being restored to its original splendor by the nationally
known architect, Robert Wilson. His wife was formerly known as, Wanda Grimes.
We traveled to Paris, the wonder city of the world, and while visiting the Latin Art
Quarter we saw the budding artist, James Calhoun and Mae Anderson, sketching their
graceful models Margaret Bilterman and Geneva Bates. While still visiting in the
Quarter I saw the beautiful vender of violets, Ella Mae Combs. After leaving Miss
Combs we purchased two originals from the brushes of Madie Issacson and Vivian
Hunter. The following evening we visited the famous cafes on Le Rue. We selected
the most intriguing one in which to have our fling. Lloyd Owens was the most popular
giglio of Paris. He informed us that Evelyn Newell, Isabel Richter and Francis
Sinclair were the best known night club hostesses on that street. Leaving Paris we
suddenly decided to visit Spain there perchance to Find romance, of course. We visited
the arenas in order that we might see the famous bull fights. There we hoped to see
Arlo Conwell the famous Matador, emerge victorious in the contest of wits against the
ferocious bull. The scene offended our sensibilities so we desired to seek romance in
some other place, namely the eyes of the dashing senoritas. Moonlight in Spain!
What could be more romantic! Guitars softly strummed by ardent Spanish lovers.
High above the noisy streets, in the balconies, sat Isabelle Phillips, ,lane Bowe and
Clara Karso with their ever present Duennas, Truis Tarbell, Ruth Wilson and Leona
Williams. It was with a regretful sigh that we cast our last backward glance at Spain
and started for home.
Marilois Castles, the Mayoress of New York City, extended to our party the keys
of the city. Zoe Jenkins and Patty Givens were her chief aids of staff. We decided to
visit the Agricultural College while we had the opportunity, and who should we meet,
but Olive Mosby, Juanita McCracken and Helen McGilvery, able instructors all in the
art of Home Economics.
Finishing our tour of the college we met Vera Spencer, one of the most brilliant
instructors of history the school had ever known. She showed ns the handwork of one
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of her former pupils, Mary Jane Stanhouse, "A History of the VVorld Up-to-Date,"
soon to be adopted by all leading High Schools. Leila Stump, the professor of English,
had just won the short story contest with her skit, "Moderns".
The trip by plane back home, was quite uneventful, with the exception of the fact
that Alice Worth and Lucile Wilkin, daredevil fliers, enlivened the montony with hair
raising stunts. But to Mary Winslow, the reliable navigator, we gave our sincerest
thanks for making the trip without mishap. And Oh! Weren't we glad to meet Harold
Tyrell and Ruth Williams co-staring in that new and yet ever old drama-matrimony.
Now I must close because I know that you have been nearly exhausted hearing so
much about your former scholars, and my disconnected missive of my journey abroad.
Mary Lucille Williams '3O.
P. S.-Oh dear, I almost forgot to tell you of my visit to Hyde Park, London, where
Dorly Findly and Merrian Gibson were holding forth eloquently the value of Com-
munism. Also while sojourning in the Y. NV. C. A. building in Cologne, Frnce, I was
introduced to a very celebrated teacher of gymnastics, expressly Lucille Coulter.
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Top: lbickx, Humeston, Brown, Dicks, HZll'l'lS, Humprcy, .lolms0n,H11lTurcl, Hn-imzmn
Swoml: lluplou, Frccml, Mcllridc, lngrzun, Floss, lfzlsolcl, Babel, Fulvcy, Gzxrrillgtml
Gilmlmons, l,ox'c, lxlurdy, Simzumski.
'lllxirdz Lott, Clxiclvstcr, Hl'0ZOVlCll, Billings, Cay, l,2ll"l21l'l, Turner, Shaw, Boyer
:Xlmcl'l1z1tl1y, l7cz1x'0r, K:u'p:xn, Britton.
Twp: ,llll0IIlllS, Mmvison, Rohm-rlson, Polls, Powell, l,ClL'l'Slbll, Grzw, Millcr, l7ullcrl0n
Klrzlllzun, O'N1'il. '
Suomi: Mafollxlms, Millm-l', Nvlson, XVclcl1, XYill4in, lXll'lXlllllK'll, XYilli:u11s, Scglzu'
R0ll1'lAlSllll, l'n-turson, Sillrlzlir, VVOOllVVIll'Cl, Crnll, Maw.
'lllIll'KlI l'.llllL'l'lOll, Rolmiusml, W'uslllJ11rn, Sllll'IlllL', lxlClJOIl1llll, llrvclu'111'iLlgv, Sllzlilcr
Nlllkinsong Rlcllonulel, Mimlvrs, Holly, Smith, LlllClL'!'2lllOII.
l'.Ulll'lllI Nlourc, Rcvws, Mcllonulml, Sylvcstcr, ,'XSllCl', Klllfllll, Miller, Yilluin.
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lop: Mzltlis, llcM0ss, Glass, Harper, jzuncs, l:l2lll2lg.fElIl, Carrulllcrs, Cozzul, lloffmzm
'Condi flilmh, flilmsmm, Dolls, Coolvy, Hvywzlrcl, Millcr, lliclcmzm, lloyvr, Clliclcstvzu'
lljort, Lirlflicozlt, lfoslcr, Humcston, Hay.
lllllflli lliltcrmzmg C2ll'lIlL'1lll, .'Xml0rson, Bennett, Cray, Xclcoclx, Czxrlsmm, Cain, llnvif
Bunclm, licllogg, Lott, lJ2lYlNOll.
lourlhz Crime, Calhoun, liillough, Acllcr, Lzunh, llickcrson, liws1111u1, Moore, lfmmclucr
Imp: Schultz, Nicmzmls, Svolt, Murlin, XYillXin, Nlzngiv, Mila-ticll, xxvlllllllllr, xxv1lllilllN
Smith, S?lllI2lllSliy, Patton. 4
cconcl: Remy, lllorgggrm, Rolmvtt, XX'1nslmv, Stoll, lXll-ill-v, ,lllll'llt'l', Nlnfhn, SIJt'lll'l'l'
Moorv, lldllillllllit, Turzm, XYz1lt0n, Mnrhn.
llhirrlt Nl-il, lxl2llllCV, liowlvy, Rlllliill, Slllllllltllllb, Lewis, XYvl11m'v, l71ll'K'llZ2l, Sllvrxnzum
Mosley, l,:u's011,' VVL'lSll, Robinson. H
l0lll'lllI XNils0n, Ruhinson, RlCll1ll'flSOll, Yvrty, 'l'lm1'p, 'l'nrm'r, 'llI't'llNll1lNY, l':u'cy,gliu
'I'op: ltcvcttv, llcttis, Gillztspic, lUztlc, Della Ycdovc, Lamb, Lztpsy, Htnnphrc
'llhirtl: ltotv, llrztlmin, l.:iM:1r, l,owc1', Combs, Coclfrcv, .Nncln-rsoii, Cztntz, Crnhisich
FRICSH MAN CLASS
llrozovivlt, Grinws, lngrznn, l":tlvCy.
St-uomlt Stovall, Contlms, llzttvincn, Brown, llztrpor, .'Xngrcn, Cosncr, lltnncston, Cordan,
Long, llocliing, llztrris, lilolmnztli.
l,atnt'iztl,'llcrnstcin, Hull, l,ll'llL'lll1llC', Ccrniclt, liflgington.
lfottrtlt: llriincs, l3c'llzn', Hoincrin Clzivct' Host Love, Cztrrntltcrs, Lvztrlt, Barnett,
, Y ,
llvnlwns, liztrpztn, Collins.
Top: johnson, Stcnoish, lXlCCOllllJS, xvilllflil, Potts, Thomas, Nlfarncr, Gillaspic, O'l-lxtra
Scconcl: ,llllUtll2lS, Morrow, SCott,S1nith, Sclturtz, l'avcglio,M:1tthews,VVatson, Moffatt
Xlkvoclztrcl, Nlcllick, Scott.
'l'l1ie'cl: llt-ss, liztlwl, Miller, NYoocls, NYilson, Smith, Tlionipson, Sliztlian, VVilson, Vance
Fourth: Sinclair, Loach, Ronsc, Tcclc, Sinclair, Robinson.
FRESI-1 MAN CLASS
li . .A A. .
Top: l'llIIIlIDlII'C'y, llerlxy, l,2lSliY2lIl, X'Vl1itecl, Mnrlin, lVl2ll'Sll2lll, 'l'uCker, .X4lznns, Rohn
Serontl: 'lla-rril, Mila-tirll, Szunnel, Ronip, Smith, Srliwzxrlz, XYorley, Kingery, Reevew
Morrieon, U'Nc-ill, Myers, lNloll':1tt.
'lllnrrlz Miller, Morrison, Roberts, Owens, Morgan, Xxvilllilllli XYilrox, XYilson, XYilkin
lvlNlCl'Zlll0ll, Mrllonzllcl, Sloan.
lst Row: Powell, Claclson, Cozzul, Yan New, Reply, Carter, Sinionctto, Baxter, NYeller
Zncl Row: Miller, Yolie,Sa1nuel, Lott,To1t, Carrington, Mcllonald, Raltcn, Stevcnsrm
Mnrfin, Neal, Dc- Bates, Kellogg.
3rd Row. Salyer, Billings, Bernstein, Menfee, Ruben, Mzitlis.
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Editor-in-Chicf joke Eclitors
ZOE JENKINS NYINIERED GILTNER
QORGE CLARKSUN l'l1olog1':1pl1y
U I'.'X'FRlCI.X GIYENS
XRLO COXXYELL 'Ixypigl
CECIL .KN IEE RSON
MAX UWB A1-1 Editor
Local Editor 1wc1Ro'1'H Y xmmzmx
I4i1w'11fy Iidiiof MR, H.-xR'rzr2r.L
lxxlxm' I.. w11.1.1,xMS , miss xrrum-:R
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GI RIXS ATHLICTIC ASSOCIATION
Top: ltlorrison, liolling, Bl'OZtlYll'll, Robertson, Ccrnicli, l'otts, Stump, HOlllCfil1,
llnntcr, xYllli2lI1lS, Moorct.
Svcomli Slinllcr, Carrington, lfalvcy, Billings, Lalmrt, Conltcr, Sainncl, l'0tcrs0n,
SlM'ItCk'l', XYilson, 1XIcl70n:xlcl.
'l'liir4l: XYyniorv, Guy, .Xnclurson, Carlson, Milcticll, .-Xnflcrson, 0'Hztr:l, Richter, ll.
Carlson, Combs, Klisleo, XYilllZllIIS
Top: Swartz, Sznnnvl Hull, ,llll0Ill2lS, Gibb, Anderson, Murphy, Romp, Brown, Mellick,
Scconfl: Wilson, llztvis, Robertson, Srott, M. Scott, NYinsl0w, DnTcn1ple, Spencer,
XX'ilson, Roberts, Owens.
'llliirnlz llcywzlrcl, Turbcll, XYllli2iIllS, Robnctt, XYinslow, Morgan, Karso, Newell, Wil-
kin, XYilcox, Morrow, M. Morgan.
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Top: Hic111:11111, Lott, Vowvll, Nclson, 81110111113 QiOI1XX'i'H.
Svvcvlulz Raw. M111'gz111, M111'11l15', Rt'll111:111.
Top: Nic-111:111t:+, I3:t1'11ctt, I"t1l1crton, Ccrnich, Scott, Tyrrcl, .Xdams, Miller, Rouse
S1-001111: Potts, l'0wcll, Moors, Vztvcglio, Cozzul, C111110, M111'11I1y, 'I'l111111z1s, Vztvcglio
Huwxlmy, I'AO!'S1l'l', l11grz1111, Liddivont, -Iul111so11, M11rpl1y, Rolmi11so11, C:1lI1o1111.
'lxl111'cl: llt'i111:11111, liclly, L01-lm, Cunwcll, Tcclv, Bcll111z111, l'll'IlL'f', Htttkfortl, 1011115011
Hurt, Huy, li11111cst011, I,:1111l1.
I-'1111rll1: l'4US1l'l', Sinrlair, Fztlvfy, 'I'u111li11so11, Lott, ll0tt'111z111, lFl0IIlL'I'tIl, 'l'rc11fl1:1w
Pillxilljqlllll, Nclsou, XYilso11, XV1':1ttc11, C1llX'Cl', Cz1ll1111111, ROIHIISOII, l'IllHIl'5lOll
l"it'tI1: M:11'sl1z1lI, Brown, Smith, Patrick, NYz1r11c1', LCZICII, Rulm.
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Girly' dtlzleiic' fYJ.v051'atz'0fz
At the beginning of the school year the Girls' Athletic Association was
re-organized with a large membership.
The purpose of this organization is to further an athletic program which
will provide some activity for every girl in school.
The point system has been changed so that it will require more than two
years to win an athletic letter. Letters are Won through participation in
various sports and unorganized activities. Interclass Series are held inrBas-
lcetball, Volleyball and Baseball.
The officers of the organization are:
President . ..
Vice President ,
Treasurer , .
fi- Y Club
Hi-Y Club, the high
at the beginning of the year
President ..., .. .. ,
School Adviser .. , .
Secretary and Treas. ,
club plays basketball
for the coming year.
very good programs
Anna Miletieh, '30.
school division of Y. M. C. A., was organized
and elected the following officers:
,. Verne Heininan
. Rev. Morgan
Mr. D. -Bellman '
every other week and plans many other social
every VVednesday in High School study hall,
are given and everyone is welcome.
Dale Pilkington, '30.
Max Loeb, '3O.
First Row: NICIIIIICS,Sll11tifL'l', Vctcrson, Nelson, TIIUIIIHS, Rolmcrtxmt, Rltoclt-s, tlitntmn
XX tlktnxon, hay, tnlmsmt.
Sccomti Mcllonzlllt, Millm-l', Sinclair, f1:u'1'i11gt0l1, l"11lx'c'y, Bl'L'Ltlik'ttI'ttlgk', ,lxllI'llL'I', Tzu
bell, l'xl'k'l'd, COIIIIDS, Ccrniclt, Billings,
'lxlnrtlz Moorc, SllL'l'IIl2lIl, Czmrlmm, .'XdCOCk, Brown, tliu-ns, -In-nkitw, H'Xcil, Lantciul
f:0l'll2llI, 1,z1M:lr, Conltcr, liulling.
l'A0lll'lllZ lliltncr, Gfilllillll, Hcyxvzlrcl, ,FIIOIIIIISOIL Uxx'L'x1s,XYiliwl1, Xtillxin, Scott, Uztwtlw
tfirwt Row: Potts, Coolcy, Murtin, Brozovicll, Szlmuul, Rump, Mock, Umlcn, H'Ilz1rt
Ncwull, Ilmnvrin, S1JL'llK'4I', Vztvcglio, Ilcllzx Ycdovat.
St-ctmtl: Italo, Smith, NV. Smith, Gzmtz, SCIINVHYIZ, xXln'l'11z1tl1y, Xlillvr, X1clit'isIt', In
grznn, Murrow, llcss, Gray, Rt-nnctt,
'l'Ilird: Robertson, Lzuwaon, Ccrniclx, Spcnccr, Huwc, XY01'tl1, Xytllillllli, Vnsoltt, M001
Low, Stzmhousc-, Clliclcstcr, Humeston.
FOIIIAIIIZ SIZHIIIOIINU, Dottw, Humpllrcy, XYilCux, Miller, Hjurt, llztwis, I.:tllzu't, tlrintw
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'l'op: lllgflllll, liasolcl, llascoe, Miller, Harlow, Givens, VVillia1ns, Miller,
Second: Miller, jenkins, Garrington, Castes, Moore, Gilmer.
XviCk'-l,l'USlllk'lll Margaret Miller
Miss Miller, Miss Pascoe, Miss Harlow
The Girl Reserve is the High School branch of the Y. XV, C. A. lt was or-
ganized in 1025 by the Chariton Girl Reserves and has increased in size each
year, until it now has a membership of over seventy-five girls.
'l'he meetings are helcl twice a month on XYeclnesmlay, the eighth period.
All girls are eligible to become members.
l,ast vear the Club sent Patty Givens and foe lenkms to
Confereince at Lake Olioboji. i
the Y. XV. C. A
'llhe Club has grown in many ways, thus proving we have liveml up to our
purpose "To find and give the b
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30-30 Pep Club
l'n-xialvxmt lfvvlyn Nvwvll
fu-l'1'nwl4lv11l l':1lly fllYL'l1i
Sn-vrvt:11'y :xml ,llI'k'JlSllI'l'I' Klux l,m'lm
XX'ill1 :ln cyc nn lmiggcr Illlll lrcllcr pep in um' lligh Svlnml, tlmc clulm was
Iufrgzulizcll curly 111 the srlnml f'CIlI'. NYC slzmml l'm':l11yll1lx1g, lmustix1g':1ll1-
I I l ' I ' '
us, try t v lH'CSClIl I cppcry l up :XlCCllll,,1'S wllll the llL'lIl ul tlmrcc vcry unp-
nlvlc ycll lczulcrs. Nnnlcly: Myrtzl 'lllllillllli lmuisc Nl1vr1'is1+11 :xml -Iulm
rplly. Putty Givens, 'SIL
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Top: Kelly, Sinclair, Conwell, Calhoun, Brown, l-lufford, Loeb, Heitnann.
Sccond: Givens, jenkins, Giltner, Ingram, Castles, Fasold, Babel, Mcllonald, NVilliams,
Third: Robnelt, Scott, Sltafler, VVilkin, llavis, VVortl1, Rhoads, Slninp, McBride, Hess.
"Farley-vous francais?" The members of "Le Cercle Francais," Albia
High School French Club will answer, "Oni, Ouif' for membership in this
organization means a student of French. The study of the French customs,
art, and literature make the monthly meetings very interesting.
'llhis year has been one of the most successful' in this club's history, for
Miss Davis has proven a very able director,
Patty Givens President
Verne Heimann Vice-President
NVinifrcd Giltner Secretary
Margaret Miller Treasurer
lVinit'red Giltner, 30.
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Top: Boyer, Moseby, Gibson, Williams, Semanski, Findley, Minders.
Second: Piekerell, Tarbell, Shaw, Turner, VVilkin, McGilvery, Johnson, :Xnde1's0n, Mr-
Third: Sinclair, Turner, Hupton, Kolling, Mellonald, Pardee, Laharl, Murdy, Me-
Szgma Delta Plz!
Anna Mae Piekerell
., Helen Mcflilvery
'llhe Sigma Delta l'hi Club is composed of junior
Training Students. Ten years have elapsed since this
ized, and during that time we find that many of our
graduates of this department. XVe hope to uphold the
and Senior Normal
club was first organ-
efficient teachers are
records made hy our
XVe are under the direction of a very capable critic, Miss -leanette Pardee.
Our meetings are held once a month in the auditorium. These meetings are
educational as well as entertaining. Social functions are also held during
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Top: Breckenridge, Carrington, Miscko, Combs, Hunter, Coulter, Samuel.
Second: Miletich, Carlson, Clarkson, Newell, Karso, Brozovich, Anderson.
The Commercial Clubf
The Commercial Club is composed of two sections, the O. A. T., or the
Order of Artistic Typists, and the O. G. A., or the Order of Gregg Artists.
Although the club has been organized only three years, it is one of the
most outstanding clubs in the High School.
These clubs are under the supervision of Miss Fatima NV. Follman, and
consists of students taking shorthand and typing. The purpose of the Com-
mercial Clubs is to bring the members in closer contact, socially as well as
in a business way.
The otlicers for the year are as follows:
O. A. T. O. G. A.
Cecil Anderson Pres. livelyn Newell Pres.
Clara Karso Vice-Pres. Lucille Coulter Vice-Pres.
Margaret Samuel Secretary George Clarkson Secretary
Anna Mileticll Treasurer Olga Brozovicli Treasurer
Helen Carlson Mildred Breckenridge
Vivian Hunter lilla May Combs
Yerna Miscko Nora Carrington
These officers of the clubs are very active and interested in the welfare of the Albia
High School Commercial Club.
Helen Carlson, '30.
George Clarkson, '30.
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..fT!1e SCREECH 1930.
lb. Morrnw Giltner lf. Morrow
ln tleclaniatnry this year, we were very well pleaserl. XYe had a new
teacher, Mrs. Seiuta l-lernclon, ancl she put nut some very well pnlishetl
tlramatists. In the oraturieal, we have XYinilretl Giltner. In Dramaties there
were, Mariluis Castles, Thelma lljnrts, and llurutliy Mnrrnw. ln hunmrnus,
it was Roy 'lleele, l,imla Ruttan, Frances Murrow, Marv I.. XYllll1l1llS, XYeleh
Rieliarmlstm, lilla Mae Combs, Marjurie Gantz,an1l Maxine Owens, who niacle
lirnm the home cleelamatnry contest, XYinifrecl Giltner speaking, "Garheltl's
Re :lv to lawn f," llnrutliv lXlorrows1ealqin Y, "lJa1lclv Uwe," anml Frances Mur-
. , is . , Q vs. . 1
row speaking, "At the Dramatic L,untest,' we sent these to lliteman to enm-
'l'hen XVinifrecl Giltner went tn Melrnse, ancl there repeated "GarFlelcl's Re-
ply tu Lung."
XYe hope that Mrs. llernmlnn will have as much luck next year.
lfvelvn Newell, '30,
--Sit 56 lif-
The SCREECH lQj0...
'llopz Gillncr, lllisko, lrlvnlcy, l'l1illips, Ncwcll.
Sl'L'0IltlI Sin1'l11i1', ,llk'L'll', Xxlllllilllli flivvns, Cllztrltsmx, l,n0lw.
'lll1i1'1l: Slllllll, Klillcr, Billings, llnll'01'1l, lngrnni, Nlcllri1lv, llcrnmlon.
'l'l1c p111'p1isc11l' thc ljflllllllllk' Clulm is 111 give its mcinlwcrs Sl lll'tl2lllCl' know-
lcnlgc ul' tlflllllilllt' wurlc. 'llhis Clulm w11s Ul'g'1llllZCll 11t tlic lmcginning 111' the
sclnniml j'C1ll', lllltlCl' thc 11l1lc s11pc1'1'isi1n1 of Mrs. llcrmlwn, thc 1lll'CL'UbI' uf 1ll'1l-
matics. l'l1c liHlltllYlllQ' 11Hi1'crs were clcctcil for the cmiiing yc11r:
l'r1'si1l11nt Rolnncl l'lnlTo1'1l
X'i1'1'-l'i'csi1l1'11t vlilllk' lllgflllll
Crilit Sl'k'l't'l2lI'j' llorullxy Klcllriflu
Rc1'or1li11g S1'1'1'1-1111'y lXlt11 Billings
,lll'l'1lS1l"l'l' lll2ll'Q1ll'l'l Nlillcr
illlic stuclcnts were tlicn 1liy'i1lc1l into eight gfruiips. Une uf these gmiips
gzwc il 'pI'Ug'l'illll, consisting' uf il 11110-111't play illlll 11 rcucling or Z1 slietlcli, 11t
Cilfll of the incctings, which were liclcl on the sccinnl Zlllll forth Klinnnluy ul'
e11cl1 month. 'l'l1e llllllll events 111' the yCZll', unclcr the llfllllllltlk' Clulm work
are thc twn high sclnml plays, "Polly XYitli Z1 l'11st." Illlil "The Munnny Zllltl
the Mnnipsf' wliicli were lmutli ycry s111'1'cssful. 'l'l1c fulluwing plays 1ll'C to
lmc tlic Scniin' l'l11y, "lXlrs. llllllllJStC2lll-l,Clg'll,H 11ml blnnim' l'l11y.
,Xltliinigli this is ll Clbl1llJ1ll'1lllYCly new 1:rg'11niz11tim1, wc 111'c CtlllllllClll tllill
it will 1-mitinuc its gnuil work ncxt your.
Rolzmcl H ll ff1 mrcl, 31.
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, ,The SCREECI-I IQ30,
'llopz lngrani, Hufforll, Hninpliry, liarpan, Nclaon, Sinclair, Clarkson.
Scronml: Wlillianis, Kolling, Babel, Morrow, fliltnvr.
Rcx Yan Zilc
Mrs. Yan Zilv
Polb PWM A Pay!
llmlcr thc clircvlion of Mrs. Scioto llcrnclon
Mrs. Clc'1nc'ntinc' llavis
l'r0nticc Yan Zilc
STA lf l"
Klary lawillv xYllll2illlN
Roland H ullorcl
Makeup llircctors Max Lovlv, llorotliy Nlcllriclf'
lilcctrician lilnicr Smith
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Rolancl H nllorcl, '31,
. The SCREECH 1930.
Mummy and the Mumpf
Under the direction of Mrs. Scioto Herndon
Sir Hector Fish
.laines Slammon Qllackerj
t-set 39 BS--
.. George Tcele
. Bill Forster
oore, Marilois Castles
NVinifred Giltner, '30,
. .Tfie SCREECH 1930.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY
Under the direction of Mrs. Scioto Herndon
M rs. Mumpstead- Leigh
Violet De Salle
Mrs. De Salle . .
,lustin Rawson. .
Mrs. Stephen Leavitt
Mr. Stephen Leavitt
Pete Swallow .. .
Kitson . .
Property Managers .,
Stage Manager .
Makeup Committee .
. Winifred Giltner
.. . , George Clarkson
.. . .Max Loeb
. Edward Patterson
, Zoe Jenkins
. . George Teele
.. .. Bill Forster
.. Dale Pilkington
Mary L. Williams
.. Alice Worth, Charles Kelly
. .. Pete Pavigleo
Olgo Brozovich, Anna Miletieh
Evelyn Newell, '30.
JUNIOR CLASS PLAY
The Houfe 0 f the Flaflzing Lzglz!
Under the direction of Mrs. Scioto Herndon
Mr. Li . . ..,, . . .. .S . . Roland Hufford
Lavina . .. . . . .. , Margaret Miller
Louise Bashford .. . Mary Falvey
Stella Faver . Marjorie Shaffer
Dot Faver. .,.. .. .,,..
Eva Harper. ,.,, .,
Phylis... ,,,. ,.
Pedro ..,,..,, . ..
. Pauline Adock
.. .Jane Babel
.. ..... ...Matt Karpan
Assistant Director . .... .... . . Jane Ingram
Property Managers .. .Blanche Fasold, Marjorie Wilkinson
Stage Managers . ..... Howard Humphrey, Homer Powell
Makeup Director. .. .......t .... ,...,t. ...t.. . . . ., .Ella Margaret Hess
Electrician .....,......,..... ....... . .. A .S ........,...t. .......Harold Lott
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Tfle SCREECH 1930,
Top: Humphrey, Smith, VVatkins, Karpan, Henley, Forster, Richardson, Conwcll,
Second: lngrain, Hess, Trenshaw, Sinclair, Thomas, Pilkington, Teele, Tucker,
Boyy' Glee Club
The Boys' Glee Club of the Albia High School, was organized under the
direction of Miss Margaret Thomas, at the beginning of the school year.
Many new faces were seen in the rank of the nightingales. The following
ofhcers were elected:
President Dale Pilkington
Yice-President Paul Trenshaw
Secretary and Treasurer Bing Ingram
The main event of the school year was the operetta, "Betty Lou," which
was an astounding success. The Boys' Glee Club did some fine work during
This year closes one of the most successful seasons for the young amateur
Bill Forster, '3O.
Roland Hufford, ,3l.
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.flfze SCREECI-I 1930.
First Row: Miller, Thomas, Morrow, Washburn, Babel, Worth, Winslow, Newell,
Stump, Combs, Anderson.
Second Row: Moore, Billings, Mclnnes, Anderson, lngram, Coulter, Castles, Jen-
kins, Ciltner, Givens, Welch, Wilkinson.
Third: Kolling, Fasold, Brozovich, Phillips, Thomas, VVilliams, Hess, Freed, McBride,
Ceczfian Glee Club
President . Isobel Phillips
Yice-President Evelyn Newell
Secretary and Treasurer Mary NVinslow
The Cecilian Glee Club was established in '20 and has been going strong
ever since. lt was reorganized last September with the above officers. Only
junior and Senior girls are eligible. NVe display our musical talent at Bac-
calaureate and Commencement services but we shine most in our operettas
when our contralto, alto, and soprano voices are blended together with un-
usual harmony in the sweet strains enchanting in song.
Miss Thomas, our able director, has instilled in us the love and apprecia-
tion of better music and we owe our success to her helpful instructions.
Ella May Combs, '30.
.Tfze SCREECH 1930.
First Row: Goodman, Larson, Moore, Cooey, Rowley, Lindquist, Manley, Murtin,
cond: Miller, Scott, Morrow, l-leyward, Combs, Dotts, Robnett, Hickman, Mosley,
Combs, Vtmslow, Scott, Anderson, Harper.
Third: Schwartz, Bennett, Robinson, Angrren, VVeleh, Phillips, Thomas, Gibb, Sher-
man, NYilliams, Miller, Roberts.
Oplzelzkzn Glee Club
President Margaret Gibb
Yice-President Louise Miller
Secretary and Treasurer Martha J. Dotts
Even though we sing many sharps and flats where they shouldn't be, we
want to please Miss Thomas very much, before the school 'year is over. And
though many complaints may be registered against us for disturbing study,
we claim to be the best Ophelian Glee Club that Albia High School has ever
, ,The SCREECH 1930,
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i A - . .
Top: Hawxlwy, Tomlinson, Hart, Powell, Killough, Kelly, Smith, Tncker.
Second: Armstrong, lforster, Davison, Finclley, Xvilkinson, Marshall, Robinson, Fos-
Third: xviltillllllfll, Karso, Castles, Gantz, Lott, Homerin, Miller, Jenkins, Goodman.
Orclfeftm and Bam!
The lligh School hancl and orchestra are two of the greatest lmoosters in
the entire school system for all junior College and High School activities.
They consist of:
Flute and Piccolo
Leader-Mr. Nobby Wilkinson
.Xlthough this is the first year for the hand
good feeling' at the games.
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Hom er Powell
spires us with pep ami
Marilois Castles, '30
Margaret Miller, '31,
Tfze SCREECH 1930
Zin illlvmnfg nf
QBIII' Svrhunl Mainz
ROBI RT IABSI
ffass y 1931
. Y - N X
'N J I 1
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AMVIH ILIUTII ES
.. sb., 1 ,x W Q., . - ,
Top: Miller, Clarkson, Magic, Cernich, McDonald, Patterson, Adams, Sylvester,
Samansky, Liddieoat, Fancher.
Second: Mattis, Humeston, Lamb, Teele, Paveglio, Pilkington, Murhn, Trenshaw,
Third: Hartzell, Heimann, Hart.
On the first day of school, fifty brave and loyal sons of Albia High responded to
Coach Strong's call for football practice.
ln glancing over the material, one sees Pilkington, lh'llll'l'-IU, Paveglio, Brown and
Sylvester, members of last year's team, ready to fight another season for Albia High.
There were also many promising but inexperienced youngsters anxious to battle for
a place on this year's team. The outlook was bright for a successful season. Five
weeks remained before the first gameq not long to whip a team into shape but by
a lot of hard work under the able leadership of Coah Strong and Captain Pilkington,
the boys winded into shape rapidly.
ALBIA 33-SIGOURNEY 0
The first test was with Sigourney, who sported a classy outfit and was doped to get
revenge for last years' defeat. But the Demons lived up to their name and romped
off to a 35-0 victory. Thus, with a flying start, the Demons opened the season of 1929.
ALRIA 0-OSCFOLA 6
Due to sickness, Coach Strong was not able to accompany the team to Osccola,iMr.
Hartzell taking his place. The two teams were about evenly matched, but in spite of
the old Albia fight and pep, Osceola managed to slip across our goal for one lone
touchdown. The game was a hard fought battle and the score edned 610, Albia trailing
'-Stl 47 ISS-1
. The SCREECH 1930.
ALBIA 0-FAIRFIELD 14
Coach Strong was forced to resign, sickness finally put him down and spread a
cloud of gloom over the prospects of the season. 'Mr. Hartzell with his many other
duties consented to take charge of'the team. Using a little different style of play than
Mr. Strong, Mr. Hartzell had a difficult job ahead of him.
Fairfield came down boasting a strong and fast team. This is the first game with
Fairfield since 1926, when we played a scoreless tie. When Fairfield came on the field,
we could see that we had a stiff battle coming up, especially on the muddy field and
with Fairfield having the heavier team. The game, true to expectations, was a hard
fought battle, all the way through. The game Finally ended with Fairfield having the
big end of a 14-0 score.
ALBIA 6-KNOXVILLE 9
Knoxville started off with a bang, scoring three points with a field goal. Knoxvlile
took advantage of a momentary slump and slipped across for a touchdown, making
a total of 9 points.
Albia bucked up a little and held for the rest of the half, although they played
The Demons came back after the intermission with more fight and scored a touch-
down. The last quarter they were really fighting like Demons but time stopped their
march to the goal. Had the Demons played the whole game like they played the last
quarter, we are sure the score would have been different, but any good team will have
a slump once in a while.
ALBIA 0-BLOOMFIELD 20
Last year Albia and Bloomfield played a rainy day game to a 6-6 score. This year
we went to Bloomfield determined to bring back the bacon. Bloomfield had a heavy
and fast team, with the aid of several good breaks, they kept the bacon to the tune
of 20-0. The score really doesn't indicate the type of game that was played.
OTTUMWA 20-ALBIA 0
The Demons journeyed to Ottumwa on November llth, primed for a big fight with
the Blue and White Bulldogs. Ottumwa boasted a team without a defeat, the Demons
were determined to change that record. From the first whistle to the last, the Demons
fought the Bulldogs but the more powerful, heavier team won out with the long end
of a 20-0 score. The Demons left Ottuwma without the bacon but they brought the
respect and admiration of all who saw the game home with them.
CENTERVILLE 7-ALBIA 0
Still smarting from the defeat of the last turkey day game, the Demons journeyed
to Appanoose county determined to get revenge and lots of it. The field was sloppy
from the snow storm, this was a distinct advantage to the heavier Centerville team.
The first quarter was even, but during the last few minutes of the second quarter, Cen-
terville blocked a punt and scored the lone touchdown.
The game ended 7-0 in favor of our Southern rivals, but the fans came home well
satisfied with the old Albia fight and pep that the Demons displayed.
Here's to the Baby Demons, the little devils that will make big devils next year.
They deserve much credit for the making of our varsity this year, without them, the
varsity would labor under a big handicap.
The Demons played two games with the Chariton reserves, Chariton winning one
by a 6-0 score, the other by 8-0. -
George A. Teele, '30.
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The SCREECI-I IQ30...
First Row: XYilson, Smith, l'leimann, Smith, Clarkson, Sylvester, llaveglio, Magie,
Lamb, Coach l'arisho.
Second Row: 'llucker, Ltddicoat, Samansky, Leach.
Albia faced the basketball season without a single letter man, not much CtlC0llt'2lgC-
ment to Coach Bill l'arisho, recently imported from Drake University. But a goodly
number responded to his call and preparations were started for a hard season.
llhe season opened with Russell, it was a rather slow affair, neither team quite sure
of themselves, 'llhe Demons recovered first and came out with the long end of a 24-19
seore. The next game was with Bloomfield. 'l'he Demons displayed a better brand
of basketball in this game and took Bloomfield into camp with a Z1-14 victory. On
january 11th, Chariton invaded the Albia gym with a rangy and experienced quintet.
Albia started with rush and had 6 points before Chariton could get started, but when
they did, they went and how-by the end of the game they had 23 points while the
Demons found the hoop for a small 15. But it was a great game, l'ilky and Heiman
starring for nklbia. lfour days later the Demons journeyed to Moravia, expecting to
bring home a nice slice of bacon but the basket tossers from Moravia out-shot the
Demons and it was a nip and tuck affair, 16-14, scoring the winning basket in the last
minute of play. Heine and Smith were the bright spots for Albia.
'l'hen came a battle-royal with our ancient rival, Centerville, 'llhe Appanoose boys
led at half time, 13-10, but the Demons came back and played a fighting game that
held the opponents scoreless. 'llhe last quarter gave Centerville 12 points to our 7,
Cohn, tall Centerville center going on a rampage. Thus the game ended Z7-17, Cen-
terville keeping the bacon.
'l'he Demons journeyed to Osceola minus two regulars, l'ilky and Sylvester. Osceola
got hot and ran up a Z3-9 score. Smith and Lamb were outsanding for Albia. On
january 25, Knoxville presented itself as a victim. The Demons were reorganized and
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...The SCREECH 1930...
from the first whistle, ran wild against their rangy opponents, scoring 8 points before
Knoxville knew what was taking place. Before the Gnal whistle blew, the Demons
had piled up 39 points and Knoxville 26. Heine, Smith and Paveglio made baskets
from all'angles, Clarkson starred at guard. Several of the reserves had a chance to
display their wares in this game.
The next game was with Keokuk, a team boasting 14 victories and no lost games
this year. They played a stalling game, making it slow and dull. The score was 22-16,
each team geting 7 baskets, but the ability of the river boys to sink 8 out of ll free
throws won the game for them, John McGilvery, an ex-Albianj now coach at Polk
City, brought a fast and hard fighting team down to give battle to the Demons. The
Demons started off with the first whistle and by the end of the quarter, had a 19-5 lead.
Heine was running wild, making baskets from all angles. jimmy Smith got hot also,
trailing Heine by one point. The game ended 38-29, Polk City taking a spurt in the
last quarter but was successfully held down by the Demons. Over a thousand fans
witnessed this game.
Next the Demons duplicated an earlier performance, taking Bloomfield into camp to
the tune of 27-23. This made the 12th time in five years that Albia defeated Bloomfield
without losing a game. Heinc's accurate shooting and splendid floor play made him
the outstanding player of the Demons.
On February 12th, the Demons journeyed into Marion ounty and again defeated the
Knoxville cagers, this time by only one point, and that on a free throw by Sylvester.
Sylvester was the outstanding star of this mix. Osceola was the next invader. They
came, saw, and conquered by being able to outreach the Demons, not by out-playing
and certainly not by out-fighting them. It was anybody's game to the close of the last
quarter. They won, 32-26. Sylvester and Paveglio starred for Albia. Next the
Demons journeyed to Ottuwma. They played good ball and fought hard, but the Bull-
dogs presented a heavier and more experienced team and had little trouble in win-
ning, 24-10, both teams missed several set-ups.
The last game of the- season was with our ancient enemy, Centerville. Again the
Appanoose cagers came out ahead in a hard fought battle, winning by two long shots
in the last minute, taking the lead by two points, making the score, 21-19. This game
was broadcast by Station WLLS, but no announcer could describe the fight and pep
the Demons displayed in that game. Smith was high point man for the game, scoring
The boys were all primed for the district tournament at Chariton. They drew a bye
in the opening round but were eliminated by the winners in the second round, to the
tune of 29-17--Chariton doing the damage.
Considering the seasons from all angles the Demons had a very successful season,
lots of good experience was gained that will be useful next year, when we are looking
forward to another good season.
George A. Teele, '30.
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A. H S. Temzzlf Team 0f1929
Tennis was organized for the First time in Albia High School by Mr. Hart-
zell and Mr. L. E. Strong. There were many candidates for the team, but
the four boys picked were Robert Pabst, Roland Hufford, Max Loeb, and
Verne Heimann. The season was very successful and the victories well
The team played four matches, two with Centerville, and two with Ot-
tumwa, winning three of them and losing one-to our old rival, Centerville.
livery boy who was on the team played with the makings ofa good player.
XVe expect to have an excellent team next year with all members back ex-
cept Robert Pabst, who was one of the best players and sportsman Albia
High School has had.
Max Loeb, '30.
Verne Heimann, '31.
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JWIUNIHDIQ INDI! II IFQEIF
A Ll, COLLEGE CLUB
Hack Row: R. lfoslcr, .X. Casllcs, .'X. Crawford, lf. llarlxison, ll, Gilliland, ll. Cameron
.X. llarrn, M, xl!llllk'S.
.lril Row: ll. llarlwr, N. liissirlq, .l. lallirvll, ll. llnplon, lf. l,yucli, M. Clark, lf. -lolm
SUN, R. lllfiflllll, .l. I.altimcr, L. l,21llll3L'l'l.
Zml Row: l,. -lonus, Nl, Gray, M. llatcs, lf. Harrington, R. Cc-lmnliar, M. Leach, ll. lluf
foul, R. lfailvvy, Nl. licslvr, .-N. l"alx'vy, lf. Clark, A, l"isln'l'.
lfront Row: .X, .Xng0ll, ll, lfostvr, .X. llonavaii.
llack Row: R, Miller, H. Mclnncs, G. Richardson, Newell, L. Roper, G. Marshall
YI. Ni-imants, l. Newell, NV. Tate, R. Martin.
Zncl Row: R. Nelson, XV. Monroe, C. Ott, L. Morgan, XY. Powvrs, A. Stafford, R
llliaris, ll. Ncwcll, XY. Moran, R. Mcffnnc.
lfirsl Row: H. Wilson, bl. Sexton, .I. Robertson, M. McCloud, R. Nlfoodard, M. Moran
M. IXIcGilx'cry, R. Moore, li. Samansky, A, Srribncr, B. XVard, T. Williams.
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The SCRICECI-I 193
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The ,All College Club
'l'he All College Club is composed of all the members of the Junior College.
lt was reorganized at the beginning' of the school year with Louis Lambeft,
presiclentg XValter Moran ,vice presiclentg Geraldine Ott, secretary anal treas-
The purpose of the organization is to back ancl boost all college endeavors
such as basketball, football, plays, operettas, and the College Dinner at the
eml of the year.
One or two parties are helcl under its auspices which the whole college
An organization of this type is and has been proven successful and helpful
to the social anal extra-curricular life of the College.
Foster, I-Iullord, Ingram
Foster, Robertson, Monroe, Cameron
Moran, Ott, Lambert '
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.Tae SCREECH 1930.
Class Vice Pres. '29, '30, Literary
Club Vice Pres. '30, Chemistry
Club '20, '30, " Pickles", "The
Rlitll NA FALVIQY
Literary Club '30, Chemistry
Club '30, "Pickles", Clec Club '29.
Class Sec. and Treas. '30, Liter-
ary Club '29, '30 Pres., Chemistry
Club '29, '30 Treas., "Pickles",
Basketball '29, '30, Gym Exhibition
'30, "The Fool", "Suppresscd De-
sires", Glee Club '29, '30, I. C. Edi-
tor of Screech '30, "The Lucky
Chemistry Club '29, '30 Pres.,
Football '29, Boskctball '29 Liter-
ary Club '29, '30, "Pickles", "You
and l", Class Pres. '30, Golf '29,
'30, Glee Club '29, '30, Speech Con-
lNlLLl.'XM ALBlfR'l' C.-XS'l'LliS
Chemistry Club '29, '30, Literary
Club '29, '30, "Pickles", "You and
l", Glce Club '29, '30, "The Lucky
Jade", Golf '30.
Chemistry Club '30, Literary
Club '29, '30, "Pickles", "You and
l", tllce Club '29,
Chemistry Club '30, Literary
Club '29, '30.
Chemistry Club '30, Literary
Club '29, '30, "Pickles", "You and
l", Glcc Club '29, "The Pool".
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.ine SCREECH 1930.
Literary Club '29, '30, "Pickles",
"The First Year", Glee Club 'Z91
"The Lucky Jade", "Suppressed
Desires", Gym lfxhibitiou '30.
I ittr'ir Club '29 '30 gee -Tre'1s '
. X I y t ,. . . ...,
Basketball '29, '30, "Pickles", "You
and l", Chemistry Club '29, '30,
Glee Club '29.
All College Club Pres. '30, Foot-
ball '29, '30, Basketball '29, '30,
'The First Year", "Pickles", Chem-
istry Club '29, '30, Literary Club
'29, '30, Speech Contest '30.
Literary Club '29, '30, Glee Club
'29, '30, "Pickles", Basketball '29,
'30, Gym Exhibition, "The Maker
of Dreams", "The Fool", "The
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Chemistry Club '30, Literary
Club '30, Clee Club '29, '30, All
College Club Vice Pres. '30, "The
Literary Club '29, '30, Glee Club
'29, "The Fool", "Pickles",
Literary Club '29, '30, Glee Club
'29, Chemistry Club '30, "Pickles",
"The Lucky jade".
Melrose High School, Iowa State
Teachers College, " Pickles".
.f7!1e SCREECI-I 1930.
Back Row: L. Roper nl. Lattimer, VV. Tate, B. VVarcl, T. NVilliams, l. Newell, A. Harris,
H. Gilliland, J. Neimants, F. Harbinson, E. Newell, G. James, R. McCune.
3rd Row: A. Slatlord, M. Clark, R. Wooflzircl, L. Morgan, M. Hates, li. Carrington,
M. Mcflilvery, R. Moore, G. Ott, A. Fisher, M. Gray, A. Scribner, R. Nelson.
Zncl Row: M. Moran, M, McCloud, R. Pharis, H. Newell, ll. Cameron, J. Robertson,
R. Foster, W. Monroe, L. Jones, R. Hnpton, lf. johnson.
Front Row: J. Lultrell, R. Martin, G. Richardson, lrl. Wilson, .-X. Crawford, .'X. Angell,
R, Miller, A. Donavan, G. Marshall, U. Barker.
The Freflzmam Clays
VVith the graduation of the class of '29, not only from Albia but from Mel-
rose, Moravia, and other nearby towns, Albia junior College took on a new
group of students, ancl also a new spirit of college life.
XVe are proud-and why not? Haven't we contributed our share? XVe
have given our Cameron, Monroe, Luttrell, Harbison, and our Foster to say
nothing of our Robertson and Tate. In the college plays and the operetta
we have given the talent of Miss Moore, Miss Bates, Miss lxlorgzm, Miss
Pharis, Miss Ott and many others.
Really, everybody, we are very foncl of A. il. C. XVe feel a glowing pricle
in everything that she does anal, believe me, we will all be back next year
boosting everything she does and wishing her the best of luck. XYe challenge
any class of the past, or any class of the future to rival us in school spirit,
loyalty, and sportsmanship.
Ethel Carrington, '3l.
.Tie SCREEICI-I 1930.
"You am! 1"
"You and l" was the hrst junior College drama presented by Mrs. llerndon.
XVhen the call came for tryouts, an unusually large number of would be
'llhespians answered and the choosing of the cast proved to he a most difficult
task. XVhen the cast was finally selected and rehearsals were well under way,
the announcement was made that the play would be given on Friday the
l3th. All superstitions were immediately aired and good luck emlmlenis carried
around, but the jinx got Neil Kissiclc, the leading character, and he underwent
an operation on the day the play was to he given. George Marshall took the
difficult role, and three days later the play was given to a good and apprecia-
Bill Tate '3l.
.The SCREECH 1930.
Back row: D. Barker, A. llonavan, li. U. Smith, A. Harris, G. Richardson, J. Lattimer.
Second row: M. Gray, R. Cebnhar, li. Clark, Fi. Sainansky, R. Moore, j. S. Chambers,
G. Ott, R. NVOodard, A. Scribner, R. Hupton, L. jones, R. lfalvey.
Front row: H. Scribner, M. Kester, U. Hufford, A. Castles, N. Kissick, R. lngram
L. Lambert, H. XfVilson, VV. Moran, H. Foster, A. Falvey.
The members met and reorganized the Chemistry Club, which was organs
ized first in 1927, with Robert Ingram as president, Albert Castles as secre-
tary, and Dorothy H utiford as treasurer. The purpose of the club is to make
a closer study of science as it is applied to our every day lives, and also to
unite the students and instructor in a "Good Fellowship Club". The meetings
are held once every two weeks at the homes of the members, and one party
a year is allowed at which everyone is well-repaid for joining, if for nothing
At the first of the second semester the club met and elected officers who are
to hold office until the hrst semester of the year 1930-31. They are: David
Barker, president, Ruth Sheehan, secretaryg and Geraldine Ott, treasurer.
, , . . . . .
lhe subjects reported on are very l11tCl'CStll1g'1lI1ll practical and provide the
members with many helpful bits of scientific knowledge, which make the club
very worth while.
David Barker '31,
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Back row: R. Miller, A. Castles, D. Barker, J. Neimants, H. Gilliland, G. Richardson,
I. Newell, J. Sexton, J. Robertson, B. Ward, D. Cameron, H. Foster.
Third row: NV. Powers, M. McGilvery, M. Moran,- li. Garrington, li. Samansky,
R. Moore, R. VVoodard, A. Scribner, R. Hnpton, L. Jones.
Second row: L. Morgan, M. Gray, R. Pharis, H. Newell, F. Clark, M. Bates, D. O.
Smith, G. Ott, R. Cebuhar, M. Leach, M. Kester, D. l-lntford.
Front row: WI Monroe, A. Crawford, N. Kissick, R. Ingram, L. Lambert, W. Tate,
H. Wilson, J. Lattinler, T. Williams.
At the beginning of the school year, former members of the Literary Society
met and elected Dorothy Hufford, president: Hoyle Foster, vice presidenti and
Neil Kissick, secretary and treasurer.
NVith the view in mind of promoting appreciation for the higher and finer
things in literature, the Club meets the second and fourth Fridays of each
month. The programs that have been given at each meeting have been pre-
sented, exclusively, by members of the Club. Such an interest was shown in
one-act plays that Mr. Smith, sponsor of the society, succeeded with the help
of Dean Harlow, in organizing a triangular competition in this field of activity
between Chariton, Bloomfield, and Albia Junior Colleges. The casts of the
one-act plays were chosen from the members of the society, and were origi-
nally presented before the Club. lt was a new and interesting experiment
and we are proud to have won, of course, but doubly because the competition
grew out of the interest evidenced by students of dear old A. Cfs Literary
May the Literary Society live long and brilliantly uphold the high standards
established by pioneers in this venture.
Ruth Moore '3l.
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.The SCREECH IQ30.
First rowi Sainansky, M. Moran, VV. Moran, Nelson, liissielf, Nieniants, Gilliland,
Sexton, NVard, Richardson, Cebnliar, Newell, ltliaris.
Second row: Givens, Ott, Mcflilvery, Hnpton, Hales, SllC'l'llll.l'l, Mrs. llerndon, llnfford,
Scribner, Leaeli, Richter, Morgan, Moore.
Third row: Ingram, Robertson, Castles, Laltimer.
This happy group just had to have an outlet for their "glorious feelin's"
so every Tuesday morning they met in the auditorium, and under the leader-
ship of the eapalmle Mrs. Ilerndon burst into gleeful song. NYC did enjoy
For our officers we elected George Richardson, president, ,Mary Moran,
vice 1JI'CS1tlClltl and Alfred Harris, secretary-treasurer.
ln May we will present a musical comedy, "The Lucky jade", in which We
will disclose our talent to the pulilie.
Mellma l,eael1 '3O.
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Toe SCREECH 1930...
'llop row: Coach Geneva, McCune, Andcrson, Wilson, Foster, Lambert, Owen, Newell.
Second row: Roper, Angell, Harbisou, NVard, Harris, Monroe, Sexton, Cameron,
Review of the Football Season
ln their second year of football competition the Pirates won the unofficial junior
college championship of southern lowa, and acquitted themselves favorably against the
best team in the northern lowa conference and the crack Chillicothe outfit, which won
the Missouri State College Conference race. The season's record reveals four games
won, two lost, and one tied against this severe opposition. The team's defensive ability
was unquestioned throughout the year, but their scoring power was uncertain until
the close of the year, when the backfteld began to function effectively. "Peck" Ceneva's
first team was an unqualificl success and, as he loses only one regular and will gain a
great amount of good material front the high school team, the door seems to stand
open to a state championship next season.
l'lRATliS l3-MlSSOURl VVliSLliYAN 6
The Cameron, Missouri, boys came here for a practice game as they easily defeated
Albia last year, but were considerably shocked to find themselves outweighed and out-
fought in an exciting game. The only score in the first half was the visitors' touch-
down, registered after several fumbles and bits of careless play by the Pirates. Some
fireworks must have been on display in the dressing rootn between halves, for a differ-
ent Albia team took the field for the second period, The first local touchdown came
after a steady march down the field on passes and was marked up by Foster on a
smash through guard. A pass to VVilliams made the score 7-6. Another touchdown
was added on a run around end by Vtfilliams . Foster, playing his first game of football,
made a Hue impression, while Sexton and lrlarbinson led the work of the line.
PIRATES 7-VVASHINGTON 7
NVashington's first football team had a big line and a hard hitting baekfield that
outplayed Albia throughout the first half. A fumble gave the visitors the ball on our
five yard line, but the line held. A few minutes later a pass by Mclnnes found its way
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into the hands of a visiting halfback, who ran to our three-yard line before Ward
hauled him down. Two plays gave them a touchdown and they also secured their
extra point to lead 7-0 at half-time. In the third quarter the Pirates offense began to
work and Foster marked up his second touchdown of the year. He also went through
guard for the tying point. Neither team was satisfied with the result and the return
game promised to be exciting.
PIRATES 0-FORT DODGE 20
Fort Dodge annually turns out fine teams and this year won the championship in the
northern Iowa Conference. Our team went there to surprise them and the game was
close in spite of the score. Perkins, the opposing quarterback, was one of the cleverest
passers in the state, and the Pirates weakness in pass defense betrayed them. The first
score came with only a minute to play in the first half and the score was 7-0 at thc
rest period. Two more scores, both made from' passes, came in the third quarter.
Albia's offense never seemed to get under way, against a team of all-state high school
men, but the line won a great deal of praise from both players and fans of Fort Dodge.
'Rhe tancanny passing of Perkins was about the only difference between the two teams
t at ay.
PIRATES 0-CHILLICOTHE 24
Chillicothe Business College, a school of 2000 pupils, had a football team which
placed five men on the Missouri all-state college team. They had three teams, all of
which outweighed ours by a decisive margin. They were held for downs inside the five-
yard line three times in the opening minutes of the game, but the second quarter was
disastrous, for 'the Ducks made three touchdowns. The Pirates fought hard against
fresh opposition in the last half, and held the home team to one touchdown. No one
can feel bad about a loss to a team of such high calibre as the Chillicothe aggregation.
PIRATES 7-CLARINDA 0
The first meeting between these two schools was an excellent game. Clarinda played
old fashioned football, smashing the ball at the guards and tackles almost exclusively.
This type of game made little headway against the astute Albia forward wall, and as a
result they gained little ground until the final quarter, when they resorted to forward
passes. Wilson recovered the form that characterized his play in high school and
dominated the game. He made a number of long end runs and repeatedly slashed
through the tackles for gains. Foster smashed ten yards through center for the touch-
down in the second quarter and Wilson kicked a beautiful goal from placement.
PIRATES 12-WASHINGTON 2
The return game with Washington was as exciting as the first. Washington gained
more ground than Albia, but were always held at cruical moments, while the Pirates
made several long gains on passes from Wilson to Cameron and Angell. These passes
put Albia in position to score twice and they took advantage of both opportunities,
Wilson going over once and Foster once. Washington's safety came on a fumble
behind the goal line by Wilson in the closing minutes of play. These games estab-
lished Washington as the Pirates natural athlethic rivals, a thing they have needed for
PIRATES 13-GRACELAND 0
The strong Graceland team had a fine record, having played scoreless ties with
Chillicothe and Central College. The "breaks" favored Albia for the only time during
the season, and they took full advantage of all their openings. The Grst half was
scoreless, but a drive placed the ball on the one yard line in the third quarter, and
Wilson took it over in three smashes at the line. A real break came a few minutes
later, when a Graceland back, standing well behind the line for a punt, let a bad pass
slip through his hands and over the goal, where Sexton and Angell fell on it for a
touchdown. It was an ideal day for football and one of the largest outdoor crowds
ever to assemble in Albia witnessed the game.
The excellent record of this year's team and the quality of the teams brought here
went far to establish football on a firm basis in the Junior College. The organization
of the Blackhawk Conference will do even more for the game. A real championship
team is next year's prospect.
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l,ambert, Monroe, Foster, lYilson, Pilkington, Lnttrell, Crawford, NVard, blames,
Cameron, Sexton, liissick, Coach Geneva.
There can be no praise too high for the l'irates of 1030, as they were probably the
most outstanding athletic tcam ever tnrned ont in .'Xlbia. Romping through a seven-
teen game schednle with the loss of only three encounters, they went on to win the
ehamiponship of the lllIll'lillZlXVli Conference and the state crown as well. Their record
of twenty victories and fonr defeats was amonng the best in the state, and their scoring
record of exactly 40 points per game was eqnalled by none. They clearly proved their
snperiority oyer every jnnior college team in the state with the possible execption of
llnrlington, with whom they were Very evenly matched.
R ICKEUIAX R SEASON
The tirst ganie of the season was a defeat by Grand View College of lies Moines.
lt was a very elose battle and was decided in the final moments on a basket which made
the score Z8 to 20 in favor of the visitors. The Pirates showed mnch promise of what
they were to accomplish later.
The team next began a victory string of nine grtmes which was not halted nntil early
in lfebrnary. They defeated Graceland .34 to Sl in a game featnred by the Pirates' last
period rallyg they played excellent basketball in beating Chariton 52 to llg Mnscatine
tell -ll to 29 in a very well played gameg Osceola was beaten 42 to 14 and Bloomheld,
-ll to .223 Creston had a good team bnt was defeated 32 to lfl.
The l'irates met tough opposition in XYashington and won 46 to 41 only by a last
minnte spurt in which llon Cameron led the way. The game was one of the most
thrilling played on the local floor all season. They then went to Burlington and beat
the lfllll state champions 2.3 to 18, after being behind most of the game. Lambert's
floor play featured the contest. They won a second victory over Bloomfield 40 to 21
betore the victory chain was snapped by VVashington.
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Washington took an early lead over the Pirates, who outscored them by thirteen
points in the last quarter. The game ended 42 to 39 after the Washington boys had
been given the scare of their lives. The team went on to Muscatine and played poorly
to win by only 24 to 22.
The game with Burlington on our floor saw a crowd of nearly 1.000 in attendance.
Albia led at the half 17 to l4 but they could not hold it against a desperate last half
rally by the visitors who won 37 to 30. Lambert again played a fine game.
The next two games were the most one-sided of the year, Chariton going down 59
to 27 and Osceola being beaten 64 to 7. It was in these games that "Hap" Luttrell
distinguished himself with his scoring activities. He had a total of 43 points in the two
The last two games were also victories. The Pirates beating Creston 45 to 30 and
Graceland 29 to 23. In these games the defensive work of Ward and the basket-shoot-
ing of Cameron was the feature. ' .
No small amount of credit is due Coach Fred Geneva who in his first year here has
given Albia junior College two of the finest athletic teams in the state. He knows
athletics and methods of coaching and should have a successful coaching career. He
and ten of his players were given gold basketballs at the close of the season due to their
victory in the state tournament. Those receiving the trophies were: Don Cameron,
John Sexton, Neil Kissick, Andrew Crawford, Bill Monroe, Burdette NVard, Louis
Lambert, John Luttrell, Glen James, and Homer Wilson.
- Robert Ingram.
After tying for first in the Blackhawk Conference Tournament at Burlington, the
Pirates went to the state meet at Maquokcta, March 14 and 15, as the dark horse of the
affair. The boys and the few local supporters at the tournament were the only ones
who gave them much of a chance to carry off the title. They started their victory
march with a 43 to 29 victory over Fort Dodge in the first round. The Dodgers led by
eight points at half time, but "Butch" Monroe dropped in several long ones at the
beginning of the second half and the rest of the game saw the Pirates increase their
margin steadily. . Creston fell in the second round by 42 to 23. The game was an easy
one, as Creston had an unusually small team. Maquoketa's victory over Burlington
smoothed Albia's path to the title a great deal, as the Maquoketa boys were unable to
repeat their excellent play. The final game was close during the first quarter, but the
superior class of the Pirates began to tell and they led by 22 to 10 at the half. The
final score was 49 to 26. which about represented the ability of the teams. Kissick got
eight baskets to close his junior college career in a blaze of glory. Cameron, Sexton,
Monroe, and Crawford were placed on the all-tournament team.
ln the first game of the round-robin meet, the Pirates obtained revenge for a previous
defeat administered by Washington by overwhelming their opponents 43 to 18. Coach
Geneva and the players agree that in this game they played their best basketball of
the year, as both defense and offense worked almost exactly as designed. It was the one
night of the season on which the team had no star, but functioned as a unit. The
second game was the third victory of the year over Bloomfield by 38 to 18 and
Muscatine fell in the third round, 52 to 2l. Burlington had lost to Washington and
needed a victory over Albia in the final game to tie for the title. They played inspired
basketball and left the Pirates far behind in the second half to win 45 to 25. This
forced the meet into a tie, but a drawing was held immediately afterward, and Albia
was selected to attend the state tourney. Burlington also won the honor by defeating
Washington later. Sexton, Crawford, Lambert, and Cameron were placed on the all-
The SCREECH 1930
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School days, school days. Again the
class mates mingle.
First Chapel. Hartzell is so wound
np, Chapel lasted for an hour.
Starting to get acquainted with the
teachers, and making room for the
lCveryhody's up on their toes ready
to start a new week.
Chapel, and along with that comes
the G. R. cake sale.
The merry golden voices of the
Cecilian Glee Club girls can be
heard seventh period.
Henry P. gets the first blue admit.
Teacher's pet without a doubt.
Another chapel and more crumbs
from the G, R, cake sale.
October's bright blue weather, and
a lot of dull studies assigned.
Exams! NN'here do the teachers tind
lt can be noticed that the boys are
finding the most attractive lockers.
Chapel. The refrain from "Indian
Love Song" is heard. lt could be
no other's voice but that of "Lone
Nlarilois Castles finds that she needs
assistance up the great stairs. None
olher but Verne could answer her
Circus in town? llartzell has on a
new brown suit in chapel.
Screech stall appointed, More wor-
ries and gray hairs.
XfVhoopeel liverybody welcome!
High School Carnival. And the
l1obblins'll get you if yon don't
xfVC2I.lllL'I' is colder than a molher-in-
And then "Polly had a Past". Mary
L. NNilliams turned into a lireneh
woman for a few minutes. lNell
Such perfumes were never known
before. Mr. Chambers seems to be
a wow at making rotten-eggs.
S 'l' L' ll Y. Six weeks exams, and
expect no favors.
Raymond Crall says he has the most
wonderful lford in town, but he
doesn't seem to be able to keep it
away from the telephone poles when
he has the lfast end girls with him.
Let's get fat together, is the fl. R.'s
ery. They'll take your money, and
you can pick out your own cake.
The SCREECH 1930
Flags are outl Parisho arrives.
just take your time girls. He'll be
here for the rest of the year.
Turkey, stomachsg football games,
and cold feet. Bad football game.
French students are getting humble.
They act the role of the Maid ex-
ceptionally well. The men also look
Such weather. Keep your collars
up and your skirts down.
NNhoopeel ,lane lngram manages
to get a date with Kike NVard.
l'oor tl. R.'s., it's the last sale they
can have until next year. Take pity
l'lard-hearted teachers give hard
tests this week. Please use discre-
Yacation and house work. VVC won't
be back until l0.ltl.
Anderson and l'arisho like the New
Yr-ar's NYhoopee Party at the
XfVe won't have mueh studying to-
day, takes too nmch time showing
off the Christmas gifts.
:Xml it is still cold.
Mr. llartzell feels slighted. His
wife took all the attention in chapel.
lle still insists he is as good look-
ing as she. NVe all have peculiar
The walks seem to come up to meet
Miss liollman falls down and goes
l've heard some mention of four of
the High School vampers being
"personally interested" in the Junior
College. Maybe it is a good thing
we have this college.
lf you like to know the definition of
"HOT", just ask Mr. Hartzell or
liverybody is going around school
with their hands on their cheeks,
tonight the play "Mummy and the
Mumps" is being displayed.
The boys chance now, Miss Ains-
worth decorates the upper Floor.
The French students seem to like
the night parties".
G. R, "Grub" sale. Every penny
Gym lfxhibition. Miss Anderson
surely knows het' "onions".
Home-lleelauu. Seemed to be a
familv affair with the Morrows. And
of course a declam W0uldn't be a
declam without a Giltner. l wonder
what they will do next year for one?
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Senior Class party. It Hows, it
Hows. NVhat Hows QXJP
Basketball Class Series. Of course
the Juniors won.
How come? Bill Forster goes one
way and Kathryn Moore goes the
Comes in like a lion and
District Contest returns. Cold sure-
ly had effect on the speakers, but
then VX'inifred Giltner would keep
G, R's. are still at it. No wonder
we don't have any money.
C-R-O-1'-Pl NVQ-'ve all got it.
Not much happening today only it
is still cold.
Prof. Smith seems to have forgotten
tllat there is such an hour from 10:20
to 12:00. Too many worries. Mar-
"Suzanna" is the theme song in
l saw a tear in Marilois' eyes today.
Was Verne contrary last night?
Goes out like a lamb.
Teachers have been exceedingly
good the last few days. Reelection
junior Class present "House of the
Something different today. Bananas
don't go so well.
The l'arson "S0ngsters" are here to-
day. VVC must admit they can SlNG.
Reverend Cronk and Barry Halden
explain Americanism in chapel.
Miss Thomas presented her "night-
ingales" in the form of "Betty Lou".
Another good month gone. W'e
Hnd ourselves just a month older.
High School Picnic. Also Kid's
Day for the Seniors. John Murphy
thought ahout hringing his hrother.
'lnnior College Operetta. The High
School hand also preside.
The school doesn't seem so crowded.
The dignified Seniors have gone
home to prepare for the worst.
Still Seniors take the exams. VVith
Thanks Juniors, for the hanquet, we
had a very nice time. lt was never
hetter with the exception of '29,
Sr. Chapel. Goes over with a wow.
Senior Play, "Mrs. Bnmpstead-
llacealaureatel Caps and Gowns.
Cards and the end of another year
of griefs and pleasures.
. Tie SCREECH 1930.
Myrta T-"Are you still in love?"
Mary P.-"Say, there's nothing still about
me when I'm in love." A
Mr. Chambers-I had great luck this
morning, I founda S10 bill in my pants.
Itfiiax L.-Why, I thought you were mar-
rie . '
Verne H.-Between the two of us, what
do you think of her?
Roland H.-Not so good. But alone-I'd
Marjorie S.--"You're the first-I've never
hugged or kissed a boy before."
Edward P.-"I believe you. If you had
any experience, you'd keep that powder off
my lapel." .
Hartzell-tawakened by phone from deep
sleep at 3:00 A. MJ Hello!
Norlan NJ-"Is this Mr. Hartzell?
Norlan N.-"Well, what are you doing
up this late?"
Miss Miller-"Pete, find Mississippi on
Pete K.-"I'm sorry, but it isn't shown
nowg tl1ey're having a flood."
Mr. Smith and his wife were at a theatre
for the first time. The wife noticed the
word "asbestos" on the curtain.
,Wife-Donald, what does "asbestos"
Mr. Smith-Be still, darling, don't show
your ignorance. That is the Latin for
When John M. was studying mathematics,
Miss De Kalb told him it was true science.
"For instance, "said she, "if one man
builds a house in 12 days then 12 men can
do it in one day."
john answered, "Then if one ship can
cross the Atlantic in IZ days then 12 ships
can cross it in one day. I don't believe it."
So he stopped studying.
"Our Fruitful Language"
A girl shows her raisin' when she makes
a date with a prune for whom she doesn't
care a fig. She may be the apple of his
eve, but she hands him a lemon, although
she may have a cherry disposition. It is
plum wrong and if her name be Anna he
ought to ban Anna. By this time he would
realize that his efforts had been fruitless.
Max L.-"Wanta neck?"
Maxine R.-"No! I've got one."
Cafe Proprietor-How can I keep fish
from smelling in warm weather?
George T.--Well, you could cut off their
Jane B.-I play the piano just to kill
Ella M.-You surely have a good weapon.
Matt-Has anyone seen Pete?
Matt--Petroleumg Kero-sene him yester-
day but he hasn't ben-zine since.
Wayne T.-When I was very young, the
doctors told me I would become feeble
minded if I didn't stop smoking. g
jim Smith-Well, why didn't you quit?
Blanche F.-"Max Loeb has a nice com-
plexion, hasn't he?"
Jane I.-"He ought to, it's been worn
Doctor-Where shall I vaccinate you?
Winifred G.-Oh, anywhere its bound to
Students' 3 C's-Crib, Cram, and Copy.
Heinie-"Your father is Scotch isn't he?"
Heinie-"Then I'd better turn out the
Arlo C.-"My shoes are just killing my
Blanche F.-"They're killing mine too."
Helen C.--I maintain that love making
is just the same as it always was."
Nora G.-"How do you know?"
Helen C.-"I just read about a Greek
maid who sat and listened to a Greek lyre
Howard H.-"Since I bought a car I
don't have to walk to the bank to make my
Elmer S.-"Ah, you ride there."
Howard H.-"No I don't make any."
Bill Henley-"Father, I've a notion to
settle down and go in for raising chickens."
Mr. Henley-"Better try owls. Their
hours would suit you better."
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One way to stop harsh words from pass-
ing your lips is to talk through your nose.
Miss Hoover-"What is the interest on
S500 for one year at two per cent? Jack,
Jack Pottst-"For two per cent I'm not
Bill Forster-"Father, a little bird told
me you were going to buy a car for my
Mr. Forster-"Hum-that bird must have
been a little cuckoo."
Marriage is like a monsetrap: easy to get
into, hard to get out of, and the husband
is the cheese.
Miss De Kalb-Can you prove that the
square of the hypotenuse is equal to the
sum of the square of the other two sides?
Nate Reuben-I don't have to prove it.
I admit it.
Miss Ainswortli-What month has ZS
Bing Ingram-All of them.
"And are you any relation to Pat
"Onlv very distantly, Oi was me meoth-
er's first child and .Pat was the thirteenth."
John I-I.-Has anyone commented on the
way you drive?
john W.-Yes, one fellow made a brief
remark, "Twenty dollars and costs."
Max Loeb-Would you marry an idiot
for the sake of his money?
Maxine R.-Oh, this is so sudden.
Peck G.-That chicken I bought yester-
day had no wishbone.
Poulterer-He was a happy and contented
chicken, sir, and had nothing to wish for.
Miss Davis-State what Hudson did.
Arlo.C.-Dad's did 65 yesterday.
Clara K.-Hello, old top, new car?
Vivian H.-No, old car, new top.
Property Owner-Don't you see that sign
marked "Private-No Hunting Allowed?"
Ed. Patterson-But I do not read things
Evenlyn N.-"What makes the leaves turn
red in the autumn?"
Clover R.-"They are blushing because
they have been so green all summer."
Believe It or Not
A wasp can lift a man three feet in the
air without the least trouble.
Lady tIn a pet storej--"I like this dog,
but his legs are too short."
Salesman-"Too short! Why madam,
they all four reach the floor."
Cou1dn't Fool Him
"So your name is George Washington?"
the old lady asked the small colored boy."
"And do you try to be exactly like him,
or as nearly as possible?"
"Why, like George Washington."
"Ah kain't help being lak ,Iahg Washing-
ton, cause dat's who Ah is."
A MARRIAGE license is a
SLIP of paper which costs
YOU S2 down and your
ENTIRE income for the
REST of your life.
How About Defeat?
Rastus-I-Icre am a telegram from de boss
in Africa. He says he is sending us some
Circus Owner's Wife-Lions' tails, Ras-
tus? What are you talking about?
Rastus-Well, read it yourself. It says
plain-"Inst captured two lions. Sending
details by mail."
Poetrv, Not Mathematics
,lohn W. "Next to a beautiful girl, what
do vou think is the most interesting?"
Dick H. "When I'm next to a beautiful
girl I'm not worrying about statistics."
f'Conductor, help me off this train."
"You see, I'm stout and I have to get off
the train backwards, the porter thinks I'm
getting on and gives me a shove on again.
l'm five stations past my destination now."
Ethel-There's a selesman outside with a
Mr. I-Iartzell-Tell him I have a mus-
Dale P.-What is the greatest water-
power known to man?
Bob Lamb-Woman's tears.
Landladv-I think you had better board
Welch R.-Yes, I often had."
Landladv--Often had what?"
Welch R.-Better board elsewhere."
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.1 A Note to Teacher
"Dear teacher-Kindly excuse ,Iohnnie's
absence yesterday. He fell in the mud. By
doing the same you will greatly oblige his
Has High Hopes
Charles K.-tStopping at the lunch coun-
terl-Two ham sandwiches please.
Counterman-Will you eat them here or
take them with you? V
Charles K.-I hope to do both.
Valentine C.-The marvels of electricity
have set me thinking.
Evelyn Newell-Yes, isn't it wonderful
what electricity can do?
Joseph Crane--I started out on the theory
that the world had an opening for me.
jim Smith--And you found it?
Joseph Crane-Well,,rather. I'm in the
The instructor in an evening class com-
posed entirely of immigrants started to call
the roll when he sneezed. Three of the
class rose to their feet and shouted "Pre-
Maybe It's a Blimp -
Clarence S.-I just got a set of balloon
Rose Cooley-Why, Clarence, I didn't
know you had a balloon.
Believe In It
Blanche F.-Do you' believe in clubs for
Arlo C.-Yes, if kindness fails.
Why Teachers Like tot Marry
Question-"What are glaciers?"
Answer-"Guys who fix windows when
thev are broken."
Question-"What is a peninsula?"
Answer-"A bird that lives on icebergsf'
Question-"What is a volcano?" -
Answeri-"A mountain with a hole in the
top. If you look down you can see the
Question-"Why does a dog hang out its
tongue when running?"
Answer-"To balance its tail."
Question-"What is steel wool?"
Answer-f'The fleece of a hydraulic ram."
Question-"What are the Christian na-
Answer-"Those that use cuss words."
Question-"What is etiquette?"
Answer-"Saying 'No, thank you', when
you mean gimme."
at so le'
Just Joshing Herself
A young girl came to the late Father
Healey of Dublin, and confessed that she
had incurred the sin of vanity. "What makes
you think that?" asked her father confessor.
"Because every morning when I look into
the mirror I think, how beautiful I am."
"Never fear, my girl, that isn't a sin-it's
Wants Too Much
"I have spent nearly 525,000 on my
daughter's education, and now she goes and
marries a young fellow with an income of
only 31,250 a year."
"Well, that's 5 per cent on your invest-
ment. What more can you expect in these
Kathryn M.-"Can you see what the card
says it is the band is playing? It sounds
like something from Wagner."
Bill F.-"No, I think it's the "Toreador
Song from Carmen," but I'll go look. No,
we're both wrong. It's the 'Refrain from
Russell S.-"Now, Jimmy, suppose a man
gave you S100 to keep for him and then
died. What would you do? Would you
pray for him?"
jim S.-"No, sir, but I would pray for
another one like him."
Mr. Coffman-"Joe, come and sit down in
Joe Crane-"I can't. I'm not made that
Mr. Ingram-Jane, it seems to me that
Kike should be more conscientious.
Jane-Conscientious! Why, he just sits
and worries himself sick because he doesn't
go home and study.
Fat Crall-Boy I sure got a load off my
Eugene H.-What did you do, wash your
Max L.-Do you think its unlucky to
marry on Friday?
Maxine R.-Why should Friday be an
A Scotchman became engaged to a girl
who got so fat he wanted to break the en-
gagement. But the girl was so fat she
couldn't get the ring oFf, so he had to marry
Note on Mr. Geneva's door-"If I'm
studying when you come in, wake me up."
,,,The SCREECH 1930...
Same Old Trouble
When Noah sailed the waters blue,
He had troubles, same as you,
For forty days he drove the Ark,
Before he found a place to park.
Kathryn M.-"The photographers never
do me justice."
Bill F.--"You want mercy, not justice,
Josephine C.-"Nip, dear, am I the first
girl you ever kissed?"
Nippy T.-Yes, indeed. I learned to do
that from a radio lecture I heard the other
Pessimist-My father was shot. He was
mistaken for a deer.
Optimist-But think how you'd feel if
he'd been mistaken for a rhinoceros.
Hardrock H. Cto grandmotherj-"Let's
walk down here grandmother, I want you
to see our football field."
Grandmother-"Oh, how sweet. I've al-
ways been anxious to see a field of foot-
balls in full bloom."
"Did you ever stop to think that most
men are led to Lhe halter?"
Mr. I-Iartzell-The names of your parents,
Charles Kelly-Papa and mamma.
Girls want a man with a million rather
than the man in a million.
The girl with a line usually catches the
Howard Humphrey-"Thou art the sun-
shine of my soul. Thou drivest away the
murky clouds of despair. Thou wilt always
reign in my heart. Mv love for thee will
never grow cold. Wilt thou-?
Ethel Hupton-Say, what is this, a pro-
posal or a weather report?
Mr. Chambers-What is a phenomenon?
james O'Neill-I can't describe one: but
if you see a cow, or hear a bird sing those
aren't phenomena: but if you see a cow,
sitting on a thistle singing like a bird,-
that's a phenomenon.
"'I'here's no use keeping this up," said
the suspenders as they snapped.
Mrs. Watkins-But, sir, do you think my
bov is really trying.
Mr. I-Iartzell-Yes, madam, your son John
is the most trying boy in school.
Jake Harris-This liniment makes my
Mr. Coffman-Why not rub some on your
Mary L.W.-Halbert kissed me last night.
Rose Cooley-How many times?
Mary L.W.-I came to confess not to
Loeby-How much did it cost you to take
your date our last night?
Loeby-Is that all?
Pilky-Ya, that's all she had.
Ed. Patterson-What detained you?
Geo. Clarkson-My conscience bothered
me a bit, so I flipped a coin as to whether
I should study or go to the movies, and
would you believe it, I had to flip it Z7 times
before it fell right.
Bill Davidson-Do you cheat in exami-
Bruce Carruthers-No, but the guy next
to me does, and I copy off of him.
,Iohn M.-"VVhoopee! I own hell."
John M.-"My girl just gave it to me."
Neil K.-I've got an awful headache.
Patty G.-lt must be this rainy weather.
It gets in the bones.
I-Iufford-What do you say to a little
Jenkins-I've never spoken to one.
Every bride is beautiful--question is
where do all the homely married women
Pauline--"-and Matt Karpan said I was
the most wonderful little girl in the world."
Mary F.-"Gee, he ought to patent that
before it gets around.
Jack Potts-f0n phonej-NVill you please
put Nora on the wire?
Mr. Garrington-What d'ia think my
daughter is-a tight rope walker?
George T.-Where, did George C. get his
girl for the banquet?
Dale Pilkington-I don't know, but it
must have been in one of those blindfold
Martha Miller-"What is the most com-
mon impediment in the speech of American
Bill Henley-"Chewing gum."
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Wayne T.-How much is that hat?
Bill F.-Ten dollars.
Wayne T.-Where are the holes?
Bill F.-What holes?
Wayne T.-The holes for the ears of the
ass who would pay that much for it.
Evelyn N.-"I-Iavea cigarette?"
Miss Kissick-"What! Smoke a ciga-
rette? Why, I'd rather kiss the first man
that came along."
Evelyn N.-"So would I. But have a
cigarette while your waiting."
Homer A.-Whatcha been doing?
Charles K.-Taking part in a guessing
Homer A.-But I thought you had an
exam in Physics.
Charles K.-I did.
Mrs. Conwell--Come here, Arlo, I have
some good news for you.
Arlo-Yes, I knowg my brother is home
Mrs. Conwell-Yes, but how did you
Arlo-My bank won't rattle any more.
A Ford is like a snake, because it rattles
before it strikes.
Mack-My wife throws a fit every time
I come in late.
Jack-Lucky dog. my wife throws pots
and pans. 1
Making It Clear
Confused Shopper-I want a pair of spec-
rimmed hornicles-I mean spron-rimmed
hectacles-dash it! I mean heck-rimmed
Floor Walker--I know what you mean,
sir. Mr. Brown, show the gentleman a pair
of rim-sporned hectacles.
Edward P.--What would you think if
you saw a boy with egg on his chin?
Marjorie S.-I'd think he was wasteful
A Killing joke
Arry-Heard of the latest in poison?
Plane-No, what is it?
Arry-Airplane poisoning. One drop is
We've Recognized Them Several Times
If Adam came back to earth the only
thing he'd recognize would be the jokes.
A Cutting Reply
Barber--Is there any particular way you'd
like your hair cut?
John E. Petterson-Yes, shorter.
Circumstances Alter Cases
At the student council last Saturday night
my suspenders broke right in the middle of
And weren't you embarassed nearly to
Well, not very. My roommate had them
The bear went up the mountain
To see what he could see.
17 auto camps,
56 filling stations,
76 orange juice stands,
ll garages, and
11,987 unshaven tourists.
Was all that he could see.
Mrs. Smith-Does your husband stutter-
ing bother you?
Mrs. Chambers-On the contrary, it helps
me. He'd much rather help with the house
work than say no.
Trusting to Luck
Bill H.-What'll we do tonight?
Max L.-We'll spin a coin, if it's heads
we'll go to the movies: if it stands on end,
Waiter-fObserving diner's dissatisfac-
tionj-Aren't your eggs cooked long
Jimmy S.-Yes, but not soon enough.
Mr. Forster-My boy, think of the future.
Bill F.-I can't. It's my girl's birthday,
and I must think of the present.
Teacher-johnny, if your father could
save one dollar a week for four weeks, what
would he have?
Modern Child-fPromptlyJ-A radio, an
electric refrigerator, a new suit, and a lot
Olga B.-Is my face dirty, or is it my
Cecil A.-Your face isn't-I don't know
about your imagination.
His Way to Elude Satan
Pat's last request was to be buried in a
"And why?" asked his astonished wife.
"Well," replied Pat, "the devil never will
think to look for an Irishman in a Nor-
Anna M.--Did you enjoy your hike out
into the country?
Verna M.-No, we had to walk most of
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U. S. Meant Something Else
"Jim, I see your mule has U. S. branded
on his right hind leg. I suppose he was an
army mule and belonged to Uncle Sam?"
"No, suh-dat U. S. don't mean nothing
about Uncle Samuel. Dat U. S. jess a warn-
ing. Dat U. S. means Un Safe!"
E. Humeston-May I borrow your new
Trenshaw--Surely, but why all this for-
mality of asking permission?
E. Humeston-I can't find it.
A Comforting Thought
Hostess-My daughter got her singing
voice from me.
Guest-You ought to be happy that you
have gotten rid of it.
Evelyn N.-What is the difference be-
tween a lemon and a head of cabbage?
Mary Winslow-I don't know.
Evelyn N.-You'd be a nice one to send
Buck Nelson says his car is the fastest
in town, but he can't start it.
Said the friend to the proud father of a
college graduate who had just been awarded
an A. M. degree, "I suppose John will be
looking for a Ph. D. next?"
"No, he will be looking for a J. O. B."
Harry Thomas-What is an opportunists?
John Murphy-One who meets the wolf
at the door, and appears the next day in a
"Goodness me, Zoe, you've got your
shoes on the wrong feet."
"But, Kathryn, they're the only feet I
Martha J. Dotts-"Do you believe kissing
Mary L. Williams-"I've never-"
Martha J. Dotts-"Never been kissed?"
Mary L. Williams-"No, never been sick."
After the game is over, after the shout-
ing is done, the date that grates on me the
most, is the girl who says, "Which won?"
A small girl asked her mother, "If I grow
up will I have a husband like papa?"
"Yes, my dear," mother replied.
"And if I do not get married, will I be
an old maid like Aunt Susan?"
The little girl thought for a moment, put
her hands to her head and said, "Well, I
am in a Ex."
Marta T.-Have you ever been up before
Louise M.-I don't know. What time
does he get up?
"Why don't you bob your hair?"
"I can't decide on the style," answered
Olga B. I don't know whether to have it
look like a whisk-broom or a feather dust-
Marilois C.-She is a woman who has
suffered a great deal for her belief.
Dorothy Morrow--Indeed! What is her
Marilois C.-She believes she can wear
a No. 4 shoe on a No. 6 foot.
The only mid-night oil burnt now is
Wife-You seem disappointed.
Husband-Yes, I answered an ad for a
device to keep down coal bills and they
sent me a paperweight.
I've heard that a stuttering Scotchman
could be cured by calling him long distance
George Clarkson's letter to his father-
"Where is the money I wrote for last
Mr. Clarkson's reply-"In my inside vest
Russell Smith was visiting at Welch
Richardson's country home when his father
saw the two lads fighting.
"Here, here, what's all the fuss about?"
"Well," answered Russell, "It's all
Welch's fault." -
"What's Welch been doing?"
"He showed me a pie-plant, and an egg-
plant, and a cowslip, and some horse-radish,
and I let him get away with it all right-
but when he tried to tell me about some
milkweed, I just got mad."
Joe Crane-fTaking flying instructionsj
-What happens in case the parachute fails
Instructor-Oh, bring it back and I'll give
you a new one.
The Freshman is grassy and grows.
The Sophomore is sassy and crows.
The junior is brassy and glows.
The SENIOR is classy and knows.
"Pat, I am sending your waistcoat, to
save weight I have cut all the buttons off."
Your loving mother. P. S. "You will find
the buttons in your upper left pocket."
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To those who have been so Willing to help us publish this
annual of 1930 either by advertising or contri-
bution we wish to take this opportunity
to again thank you.
Following are names of contributors ranging from 84.00
Mrs. D. Paveglio
Max Loeb's Sons
E. W. Ewers Sh
Darby 8: Wood
L. L. Smith Piano Co.
Tobey 3: Becket
Weir Tire Shop
Dinsmore Drug Co.
to S .25
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Be Style Right
and Value Wise
Albicfs Thrift Store
South Side Square
ALB I A ----- IOWA
Our Prices Attract
Our Quality Convinces
The Thrifty Shopper
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.The SCREECH 1930.
i ' i
T0 THE CLASS OF 1930
We know you are happy in possession of your diplomas as graduates
of Albia High and please know that Albia and its citizens are as
proud of you.
In this connection we want to thank every member of the class for
the many courtesies and favors you have thus far shown this store
and pledge our sincere and earnest efforts to merit the continuance
of your consideration.
Dry Goods Ready to Wear
Consider this your store
for you helped to build it.
Phone 51 John F. Stout, Mgr.
.. The SCREECH 1930.
. CLEANING PRESSING
The C.C.C.C. next
"Finish High School, Then
Get a business education." i
This is the advice given young i
people by thousands of experi- I
enced educators. We invite mem- I
bers of the Class of 1930 to get . M-BM' 'CWA
our free catalogue before decid- I Opposite Clark Hotel
ing what to do next. ,. .
Commercial College f
Des Moines, Iowa i Dying Repairing
ALBIA GRANITE COMPANY
F. M. McLaughlin, Proprietor
Monuments that Last Inscriptions you can Read
The Great Atlantic 8: Pacific Tea Co.
Quality Groceries and Meats
D. L. Callen M, V, Tate
Grocery Mgr. Meat Dep't Mgr.
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1-4 ml II ' f- - ,-
mm N I g s, N, ' . I 5 .,
:sy in fl ri, I' I . hm R l ii p .
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L K 5-m,oGM,,,E,, 'rstscnuvnzn BANNER Riggs-,L, Mnmcen SQSQQLE, WD'
ll 1 1
The School that places Students
CHILLICOTHE BUSINESS COLLEGE gi
X CHILLICOTHE. MO. F5
- 'S -in . A"e S "L- if "'.gj' F' 'T' -I
-A W - - ..,-X 'A " Q'e,'f ' I ,.,4 1 ' I- rs
HIGH SCHOOL I! OUR FIVE BIO BUILDINGS
I Albia Iowa
Anderson 8: Perr I . . .
L Om y ip I W1II1ams 8: Galllers
HW ce p Auto Company
South Side Square Prompt and Courteous
A good place to have your
Albia - - - Iowa p, car cared for.
.I If I I I II I I I I ,I I pf
Charles Miller Fred Everett I ,
I Thos. Hlckenlooper
L Offi f
. aw ces 0 Attorney at Law
Miner Q- Everett Office over Armstrong
Townsend Building I' Drug Store
I Northeast Corner U
Albia Iowa i Albia ----- Iowa
, I I , , L. , ,A , I I
Are any Albia High Graduates Out of a Job?
If so, consider a civil service course in the
Iowa Success School. Starting salary S1440
IOWA SUCCESS SCHOOL
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I DWei I I I I IZNe
l Dye Will
Albia Phone 345 Iowa
Ice 82 Coal Co.
Office 722 Washington Ave.
G. H. Ewers 8z Co.
Shoes 8: Hosiery
Geneva Meat Market
Phone 449 Albia, Iowa
I. G. A.
Shop the IGA Way
Teitel's Dep't Store
of Beautiful Dresses and
Diamond Point Hosiery
Albia - - Iowa
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The Lumber Men
"Where Hits Are Hits"
TALKING, SINGING, COLOR PICTURES
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W. T. Richey Pearl M. Richey
Richey Floral Company
Cut Flowers for All Occasions
"Say it with Flowers"
512 N. 3d Street Phone 194
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McDOUGAL'S fr, ,
STUDIO 1-,Q ' ' .Q
West Side D Young Men's Clothing
Kodak Work Solicited Phone 146
Geo. D. Miller
P DR. L. T. OTT
The Rexall Store I I Dentist
l Albia A Iowa
My name is "Bill", I rebuild shoes
To suit the public taste:
A customer I never lose,
Who brings shoes to my place:
I've learned the art of HOLDING trade,
And not to let it slip,
By doing work of highest grade,
And EXPERT workmanship.
BILL'S SHOE SHOP, South Main Street
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J. C. Mabry, President Roy Alford, Cashier
J. J. Cairns, Vice President F. A. Wilkinson, Asst.
First National Bank
By careful attention to the Principles of Good Banking
our Bank Provides Positive Security to its Depositors.
Members of the Federal Reserve System
WILKINSON 82 LONG
Fountain Service Novelties
Pleasing Particular People
Boosting for a New Field House
North Side C1 Albia, Iowa
Bert Tatrnan C. B. Dearinger
Headquarters for A. H. S.
and A. 1. C. Boosters
Phone 366 I Albia, Iowa
.Tie SCREECI-I 1930..
At your Service in
Groceries and Dry Goods
Cash Buyers of
Bayard Cream, Poultry, Eggs
Minden E. S. GANTZ
New Sharon I ,
Shelby Albia, Iowa
, D I I I I I O I I D S C
In Business Over 50 Years Everything Electrical
Moon 82 Co. Pollng Electric Co.
I I lst Door North Nat'l Bank
Dry Goods l ,
u D jay W1lk1nson, Mgr.
Fabrlcs of Quality Albia ..... Iowa
Groceries ll- a a ea
Pure Food Products iw N I I f O I
Attorneys at Law
32 Ph 33 N W
'mes or Mabry 82 Mabry
ALBIA , IOWA
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Peoples W F Alexander
National Bank SupplyCompan
South Side lj
We are always interested in the N Feed Fuel
welfare of students of the g F I 1
Albia High School arm mp ements
Our very best wishes H V
l "If its Hardware its here
attend you-Come often
Phone 24 Albila, Iowa 4 y Phone 95
New Funeral Hom
218 South Main St.
All Phones 187
Free Delivery . Phone 35 W Albia - Iowa
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Groceries Meat Dept
TULLER'S I 9
Battery and Electric K A R S O S
Sefvice , Best Quality and Service
for i i Ice Cream Cold Drinks
All Auto, Electric, phone 67
Battery and Ignition I I e I S e
Troubles r s s rf s e is
General Tires Shaw 82 Mock
Willard Batteries The Ferndell Store
I Where Economy, Quality and
Opposite King Theatre Service are Assured.
Phone 190 Albia, Iowa
We Hereby Extend Om
Congratulations and Best Wishes
Class of 1930
Iowa Trust 82 Savings Bank
North Side E Albia, Iowa
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We pay highest prices for
Poultry and Eggs
Wishes Class of 1930 such success
v as their efforts put forth
to attain same.
Jack H. Bickert, Mgr.
Phone 94 Albia, Iowa
The Advertisers have helped to make
it possible to publish this annual . . .
We're Always Backing ALBIA HIGH SCHOOL
and her high school activities
Dorman's Grocery 82 Market
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E. A. Sloan 8: Co., Inc.
Abstracts of Title for all
Real Estate Farm Loans
Mark W. Duncan
West Side Cl Albia, Iowa
Headquarters for Kodaks
Films and Developing
Leading Brands of
Perfumes and Toilet
Northeast Corner II
West Side lj
Monroe County News
Albia Union Republican
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