Ames High School - Spirit Yearbook (Ames, IA)

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————— В № Bi 1 = d 7 1 1 | : | E. 2 — | : | MEN ad 3 | О | 5 E. | 2 | с N = | A | йе: с. | 5 | | Е | E Er Т і Й = n 1 м а ا‎ — — — — — — 9 ni Qa ت — — — — ل‎ | — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Foreword D oO O FELLOW students, faculty, friends, and alumni of Ames High, this volume of Ihe 1927 ' Spirit " is presented in the hope that it will serve as a pleasant reminder of our student life in Ames High School during the year 1926-1927. We have striven herein to give an accurate picture of our activities, an unprejudiced ac- count of our successes and failures, and an interesting portrayal of the year’s achieve- ments. т OT п — —— — e + — — — — — — т-ве тт аа а а но — — — фе 7 Ae 4.” г A B " $ - n ١ - — — E ке, н . — : موك‎ Sag ыы ويم‎ eR ed УСНУ — — BUE c ы) БЕСЕ DX — “Ж”. AMES HIGH SCHOOL LÀ + | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | + ГО MRS. ANNA YOUNG, in grateful recognition of her services to Ames | | | | | | | СЄ е a | | | High School during the past years, this | volume is respectfully dedicated. | | | | | + ipm на i м ee м e سس‎ —-ҤСҤС:С-—-—- — --—.—.- UU а а» — — — — та — — Ө. — — == v - мли мА, MP MAE 4 B лу аа, У ANS, М аб‏ أو M у ر y».‏ та Rac и ““, „уч (ж m Lo ves “ SPIRIT START Edward Kilgore - : : - : s : Editor Russell Kintzley Business Manager Weston -Jones - н - : 5 Advertising Manager Raymond Shipman - Е n - Е Assistant Editor Donald Fish Е И Я Assistant Business Manager Fred Hagen - - - Assistant Advertising Manager Ruth Raymond : : я Е - - - Literary Ruth Waener : : : : Organizations Otto Richardson : : Р : - : Snapshot Jean Guthrie - : - Е : й : г Art Rosalie Kelso : Е и 5 2 - Assistant Art Bovd Young - - - - - - - - Athletic Margaret McLeod - - - - - Assistant Athletie Jake Gottfried - - - - - - - = News Helen Gretter - E - - : = - Society A. Lee Gladwin : А - Р : - - Humor Frances Middleton - = - - : Proof Reader Bernice Kunerth И - - A Assistant Proof Reader Marjorie Cunningham Е = - E - Exchange Mr. Lare : 3 И : - R Financial Adviser Miss Petersen - : : : - Literary Adviser Miss Waters : - - - - - Literary Adviser REPORTERS Senior - р : : Mary Beyer Junior - : е В Robert Brown Sophomore 5 3 5 Frederic Battell STENOGRAPHERS Marearet Gamble Exa Langford Charlotte Skortman І | | | | + a —‏ ا و ر ا اا ها ااا ا اا واو ن ا لوا اا CB má‏ Contents Administration Senior Junior Sophomore Activities Representative Student А thletics News Humor Advertisement фа. ПП Ef || ПІН ----- |||! i LT | A HS | | | — — (9 — 4 HAT m E E |Н | — — — إا س || ال‎ || — — () ) — Й) | они | — |) Й] — — a — — — — — — — a — — — — — — O e. A з т | a 1 т " n ч а a " a л а ” n e | к | | = n з | = | ж з я = = | с (и Сат) рт PRESTR SPRISSLER AAI. I оно и Bt M am AO Ea at P. L. DAVIS, Principal. B.S., Fremont Normal, Nebraska; B.A., Western Union College; Grad- uate, University of Iowa. M. G. DAVIS, Superintendent of Schools. A.B., Indiana University; M.A., Uni- versity of Wisconsin; Graduate, Col- umbia University. BOARD OF EDUCATION F. H. MANN, President W. H. MEEKER A. J. MARTIN G. J. SNYDER FRANK B. HOWELL, Secretary PARLEY SHELDON, Treasurer а 5 — — 4 - — — ag ати Ти EDNA BOWER, fourth vear Music B.M.. Simpson College: James Millikin University; Graduate: American Insti- tute in Chicago, University of Iowa MRS. ORA ANDERSON, seventh year Mathematics B.S.. Parsons College: Graduate: Uni- versity of Chicago, Iowa State College. JOHN E. HARLAN, third year Mechanical Drawing and Physical Education B.S., Iowa State Collere MARTHA A. NAUMANN, first year Librarian Cornell College, University of Iowa, Chau- tauqua Library School. MRS. DAISY KILGORE, first year Home Economics Ph.B., University of Chicago; Graduate, lowa State College HARVEY P. STEARNS, third year Manual Training Iowa State College , ж” r ”“ o “Ж. 7 ПА в , T uc “ EM ж а аа Гу а Ў. — — Ur a w | GAYLORD CAMPBELL, fourth year Director of Physical Education B.S.. Cornell College; Graduate: Univer- sity of Illinois, Iowa State College MRS. MARIE T. GARO, third year Latin and English B.A., Augustana College; Graduate: Uni- versity of Iowa, lowa State College HOWARD C. LAKE, third year Science B.S., Ottawa University; Graduate: Kan- sas University, Iowa State College SUSANNA KINNIER, first year English and Music B.A.. Bellevue College; Graduate: Uni- versity of Nebraska, Iowa State College ELIZABETH PETERSEN, second year Commercial B.S.. lowa State College; Graduate, Iowa State College, Capital City Commercial College MILDRED B. CODER, first year B.A., State Teachers College Physical Education for Girls 8 LE і | | | | а й = 4 1 b ы - “ MARJORIE LYNCH, sixth year English, Fubhe Speaking, and Dramatics B.A., Penn Colleze; Graduate, Iowa State Colleze ARTHUR M. WETTACH, third year Science B. . lowa State Colleze; Graduate, lowa tate Colleve 2077 MRS. ANNA YOUNG, fourth year Commercial! lowa University, Waterloo Business Col- lege, Gregg College of Commerce, Drake University, lowa State College ETHEL L. SEAMAN, third vear History B.A.. Drake University; Graduate, Iowa State College HELEN WATERS, first year French and English B.A.. University of Arkansas; Graduate: University of Wisconsin, lowa State Col- lege MADALENE CANVIN, second year Commercial B.A.. Grinnell College: Graduate, Iowa State College, Gregg Normal tC Бейіс...‏ اانا туль, ==. — - “” Minds Сы e PL к я " m " ЖАР ЕЛЕС” X oe 95 Е к... КРКУ НЕ " би чию», -“...... Y ” ж. “ж” » — LOCI ҰТЫСЫ» Жасан «ке n A T б . fut, Mo AAT S LISI d 2 9 —X — D ! mtf y , umm m м), - — vu i mr uo Ж T " е м А » Vv» 2 D Me مو‎ каа ұғ 2 CURTIS EIKER, second year Political Science, History, and Athletics B.A., Grinnell College; Graduate, lowa State College EDNA LEWIS, first year School Nurse B.A., Oberlin College, Chicago Presbyterian Hospital; Graduate: Oberlin College, lowa State College SARAH GOVE, third year History and English B.A., Grinnell College; Graduate: Univer- sity of Utah, Iowa State College, Uni- versity of lowa HERBERT SWANSON, 2d year (Agriculture) Agriculture B.S., Iowa State College; M.S., Iowa State College. 1. 5. VANDERLINDEN, third year Mathematics and Debate B.S.. University of Iowa, Central College ; Graduate: lowa State College, Univer- sity of lowa, Upper Iowa College " — Э 4pm 4 У ч у yh Ў Ў, Aa EDYTH ADAMS “м” Girl Reserves, '24, '25, THURSTON ADAMS ' " " Thursty " Hi-Y, '24. '25, '26, '21. Hi-Y Cabinet, " 21; Mixed Chorus, '27; Stage Manager of Operetta, '26; Business Manager of Op- eretta, '27; Band, '26; Football, '25, '26, б '2T; Basketball, '24, '25; Class Basket- | ball, '27: Track Trainer, '26; " A " Club, '26, '2171; Carnival, '24, '25; Senior Class | Play, '27; Honor Society, '27 VERDENE ANTHONY “Burr” | Band, '24, '25; Orchestra, '24, '25, 726; Track. (247 '28-. Ну '24. '25. 25; " Z4. Hi-Y Cabinet, '26. '27: Football, '25, '26, 27: Basketball, '25, '26 ; Basketball] Cap- tain, '27; “Spirit” Reporter, '25, '26; - Class Treasurer, '25; Boys' Glee Club, '26; Business Manager of Class Play, '26- ''A " Club, 2 1 » : 6. '27. Tennis, " 27; Class Basketball, 727; Class Wrestling, " 27: Bank Day Discussion Leader, 327; ' " Off Duty, " '26; Senior Class Play, ‘27; Honor Soci:ty, 27. GEORGE AKIN LAURA ARNOLD 4 Sheldon High School, '25, '26; Ames High: Glee Club, '27; Mixed Chorus, '27;; Dra- matics, '27; Girl Reserves, '27; Debate, '2 " : Bible Study Club, '27 ; Operetta, 727; Volley Ball Team, '27; Assembly Board, " 97: ВапКег, " 27. JULIA BAKER Girl Reserves, '25, '26, '27; Dramatic Club, 4 " 26, 727: S»nior Class Play, " 27. Тар» аға смс” жсста Р» СИНЬОМУ ны она IRL, Am oa cc JOHN BALEWIN " Baldy " Perry High School, '24; Ames High: Foot- ball. " 24. " 25, " 26: Wrestling, '25; Ten- nis. " 25: Carnival, " 25; Class Wrestling, = 6:377 " 25 " 26 Class Basketball, " 25, 127; Сіазз Track, '25, 726; Business Manager, Se- n.or Class Play, '27. ELLEN BAUGE Girl Reserves, ». - з. - » , 25. 726. " 27: Dramatics, '21. CLARENCE BECK Glee Club, '25, '26; Judging Team, " 25; Ні-У. '25., " 26: Вапа, 5. 726 J Or- chestra, '25, '26, '27; Football, '26; Stu- . » " 2 “әт dent Council, GU Senior Class Play, аё EVERETT BENTLEY Ні-Ү 25, 26: Boys’ Glee Club, '25, '26; Mixed Chorus, '27: Band, '25, '26, '21; Orchestra, '25, '26, '27; Operetta, '27; " Off Duty, " '26; Boys' Glee Club Treas- urer, 775: А. Н. 85. Quartette, " 27; Solo Contest, 727. MARIE BERG Girl Reserves, " 26: Glee Club, 724, 725. MARY M. BEYER Girl Reserves, " 25, " 26, " 27: Сіг| Reserves’ Cabinet, '27: Latin Club, '25, '26; Vice President of Latin Club, '26; Dramatic Club, '25. '21; Bible Study, 5. 126: " Spirit " Reporter, '27 ; Chorus, '24; Car- nival, '25; Girl Reserve Athletic Team, гу“ — „су - - Senior Class Play, " 27; Honor So- c - 7 +” ciety, -4. 4. " у - Fon) Pad Фа ee я я», — « - М жатты =“ е Бай IRE: مس nof m щей Я = RE — " n T ОА Py — е 8 Фе у + v Б 3 -- 6.2 ж » ға Pp. ж ““ и КЕРЧЬ оС IA So EN N 5 а а шк я m ае %, ж m Е 7 e. 0 ч м min AM “ d “ы " 4 ME | BEATRICE BRADLEY Maquoketa High School, ‘24: Ames High: г " iy Girl Reserves, " 25, " 26, 727. DONALD €. BRADLEY " Don " Maquoketa High School, ‘24; Ames High School: Orchestra, " 25, " 26, " 27; Ні-Х 25, '26, " 27. Football Trainer, '25; Foot- ball, '25, 96”. РАЎ” Сіпі, 725, 26! 721 Gra.n Judging Team, '27; Class Basket- ball, '24: Wrestling, '26; Senior Class Play, " AE MAXWELL BROCRMAN " Silo " Football, '24, '25, '26; Spring Football, " 25, °96- Wrestling, '25; Hi-Y, 726, " 21: Basketball Trainer, " 27; Tennis, 7327: Запа, '26, '27; Orchestra, i. GRACE VIRGINIA BROWNING Girl Reserves, " 24, '25, '26, '27; Girl Re- Serves Cabinet, '25; Student Council, '5: Dramatic Club, '24, '25, '26; Dra- matic Club President, " 25; Operetta Cast, '24. '25, '26, '27; Girls' Glee Club, " 24, " ОБ. '96. '97 1. Mixed Chorus, '26, 27; Girls " Glee Club, '24, '25, '26, '27; Mixed Chorus, " 26, 27: Girl Soloist, °26; Girls’ Trio, '27: " Spirit " Staff, '25; Declama- tory Team, '24, '27; Junior Class Play, " 26: Honor Society, “27. MAX CAMERON NORMAN CARR Orchestra, 25, 726: Ні-Ү, °25, 725. E عد‎ ж „АВЕ — m —] — HERHERT CARR " Herb " Basketball '24, '25, '26, '27; Class Basket- ball, " 24, " 25: Captain of same, '26, 27; Track, '25, '26, " 27 - Class Track, '25, " 26; " 27: Football, '26, '27 : Hi-Y, '24, 125, 726; “Ағ” Стар; 26. 741. MAURINE CLAY Girls’ Glee Club, Se Dramatics, 26, 2; Howling “47,” 725. 736: Girl Reserves, 25. 720 , — OPAL CODY Chorus. '24: Girls' Glee Club, '25, " 26, а Dramatic Club, '25, '26, '27; Girl Re- serves. '24. '25. '26. '27: Girl Reserves Athletic Team, '26, '27 ; Operetta, '26, '21. BERNITA COFFMAN Jordan Consolidated School, 724: Ames High: Girl Reserves, " 25, 726, 7497; Girls " Glee Club, '25, '26, '21; Mixed Chorus, 26% 24. RICHARD K. COLE “Diek” Wrestling, '25, '26, '27; Wrestling Captain, 726: State Champion, 1605-Ilb. Class, '26; State Champion, 115-lb. Class, ‘27 Track. 724. " 25. " 96, 727: “А?” Сыр, " 25; '26, '21; Basketball, " 25; Class Wres- thng, '25, '26, '21; Class Track, '25, '25, " 27 - Class Basketball, '25, '27. .) — " ROBERT COLE “Bob” Wrestling, " 25: " 26: Basketball, 724: “А” Club, '25, " 26, '27 ; Class Wrestling, 726; Yell Leader, '25. 5 Ж يه‎ “ж қ 1 2 " м x e. عه‎ [A 1,4! Vw» о H р A - Ree he A Л НР ВЕ ғғ» — ы. YA м 4 я 4 , ” P ny. VELMA COUNCE Chariton High School, '24, '25: Ames Hizh: Gir] Reserves, " 26, ‘27: Girl Reserves Athletics, °26, " 27. PAUL CROCKETT Manhattan, Kansas, High School, 124, 725, “ ‘26: Ames High Debate, " 27: Hi-Y, 727 | ROWENA DAMON ы a Elmore, Minn., Hizh School, " 24. " 25 ` я Ames High: Girl Reserves, " 26, '27; Girl Reserves Athletics, 727. - STHEL B. DAVIDSON Class President, '24; Vice President of Stu- dent Council, '24; Girl Reserves, '24, '25, " 26, 727: Girl Reserves Cabinet, '27; De bate: (25. " 26 А ОБ “25. (26. 721 " A " Club Secretary-Treasurer, '26, '27 Dramatic Club, '24, '25, 727; Dramatic Club Secretary, °26: “Spirit” Staff, " 26 Girl Reserves Athletic Team, “25, " 27 Assembly Board, 324. с Я | | | | EDNA MAY DAVIDSON Girl Reserves, 726. VIOLA DICKERSON | Girl Reserves, '25, '26, '27; Bible Study | Club, " 25. " 26. " 27. MERRILL DOGGETT “Moco” Football, '25. '26: Glee Club, " 23, 726; НІ-Ү, " 25. " 96: Basketball, " 26; Track, '26; Wrestling. " 27: Class Basketball, 7125, " 26 " OF: Class Track, '25, " 26: Class ” Wrestling, " 26. MAE EDWINSON “Red” Mixed Chorus. '27:; Operetta, '24, '25, 26, ')1 Glee Club President, '27 ; Dramatics, 24. 795: Gir] Reserves, '26, '27; Girls? Athletics, " 24. " 25, '26, '27; Student Council, А; AMEL EGEMO “Еретпозез” AUDREY ERICKSON " Audy " Football, " 24. 725 726. іта A2 Club, " 24. 25 796, « " 27: Vice President at UA. Club, '26; Track, '24; Track Trainer, " 25: Ar. Minstrel, " 24: Vice President Student Council, '26; Basketball, " 25, 726, '51: Hi-Y, '27; Class Basketball, 724, " 25, J 7 '96- Class Wrestling, '27; Class Track, " г сс ом т Я LUCILLE FOSTER .Independence High School, '24; Ames High: Carnival, " 25: Banker, 726; Girl Reserves, " p " 25, " 26: Discussional Leader, 27. ЖООДО ЖОКЕ СУ: w . ра, ч“ „ма Iez " РИМ аа —— B аду» 3 5 Е BJ MARGARET GAMBLE " Peg " Girl Reserves, '24, '27; Dramatics, '27 ; Vice President Dramaties, '27; " Spirit " Sten- ographer, 727. Lj Е ФА 0 3 я ГЕЈ 5 7 7 B ارم‎ os » 5 ل‎ T ы ж ш = Е и a ДУМ , xa «рі „эму, { ж а а Е лу р " аа o d й “а м е 24 Хм к A ж 2 A Ы К - 77 ай AS 8 - — — е ы amm ap. M Bep alos ee 2 ча À " тт а v SR SS ха уа аа е р Я 5% т. ж 74 М г, 23 — —e c = -- - ә 2 3 ` Рк, e e APIO — жох. DM — каса ана — — ж و‎ = ы p m Y У» е “ХА afe eo “ж 5 m WILLIAM GERNES " Bill " Hi-Y, 24. " 20° Golf, " 25; " 26, 21. ARNOLD GLADWIN Student Council, " 24; Ні-Х, 7252, Ze; Glee Club. " 95, '26; Debate, " 25, " 26, " 27; , Latin Club, 25; “Spirit” Staff, '27; Ju- nior Class Play, 726; БіМе Study Club, 26 " Zl e JAKE GOTTFRIED Orchestra, '24, » ‘sr 97: School A 95. '96, '27. " Spirit " Staff, nior Class Pla ffairs Committee, " 27: Se- y, 27 21; Honor Society, “27. GWENDOLYN GRAVES Dramatic Club, '24, '25, '26, '27; Girl Reserves, '24 '25, '26, '21; Latin Club, Б. '26; Bible Study, '25; Inter-class Athletics, " 26. HELEN GRETTER Mason High School, '24, '25; Ames High: Student Council, '26; Girl Reserves, '26, 'U7: Girl Reserves Athletic Teams, " 26; " Spirit " Staff, " 27; Dramatics, 727; Se- " зу " ? nior Class Play, " 27. HARLEY GRIFFITH inch ға» МБ c 3 т ы ыы енені тн лы нн ОДЭРА Ж Ж АА чанына — JEAN GUTHRIE Gir] Reserves, '25. '26, '27; G. R. Cnbinet, " 25: Dramatic Club, '25, '27 ; Bible Study, 25, 726, 727; " Spirit " Staff, '26, '27; Girl Reserves Athletic Team, '28; Basketball and Volley Ball " 727; Теппіх, " 26, " 27; Declammatory, “26, “27; Home Hygiene, 27; Latin Club, " 25, °26; Honor Socie- ty 32: ROBERT HANSEN Class Secretary, '24; Class President, '26; Student Council, '26, '27; President Stu- dent Council, '27; Hi-Y, '26, '27; Foot- ball. '23. " 24. '95. '26: Wrestling, '25; Track, 26. " 27: Dramatic Club, 727: Ні-У. " 26. 7427: HEY Cabinet, " 26: Dra- matic Club, " 27: Junior Class Play, " 36; " A " Club, '26; Vice President " A " Club, к” 27 - Debate, 127. DONALD HEMSTREET " Hemstitch'' Hi-Y. '24. " 325. " 26. '271:; Orchestra, '24, '25, " 26 = Band, " 26: Boys’ Glee Club, " 26 ; Boys’ Glee Club Play, '26; Basketball 725; Football, " 25, °27: Mixed Chorus, ”. Operetta, " 27: Carnival, " 25: Tennis, Trainer. 7426: “А” Club, " 26, 727: Boys’ Quartet, " 27. EDWIN W. HINER Monita High School, '25; Ames Hirzh; Hi-Y, '26. '27- Wrestling, '26, 77: “А” Сияр, 127; Dramatics, " 27: Bible Study Club, он 27; Spring Football, '26. ALBERT HINER Declamatory, '24, '25; Debate, '26; Wrest- ling, 726: Track Trainer, '26; Baske-- ball Trainer, " 27: Hi-Y, 726, ”27: Basket- ball, '24, '25: Class Wrestling, '26. '27. ELIZABETH G. HORNER " Jack " Leon High School, '24, '25; Ames Hizh: Girl Reserves, '26, 727: Mixed Chorus, '26, '21; Glee Club, '27 ; G. R. Athletics, 726, '21; Athletie Association Work, '26. жж” ” Ж, -. V г " 4 A N уы ААҚ SA і 2% a жары iot nt i SOR жук, АА к — emm DA расу т ар уў чт Є І Oe AE ы” vanne ty кави Жж”, ў " JN oo 7. X —— iA n — іч» " а c DEOS eur uc oC ERAT. ара аа " Ак , 3 T MARCELLA HOWELL Girls’ Class Basketball, '24, '27; Captain of same, '24: Girl Reserves, '24, '25, '26, " 27: Ц. R. Cabinet, '26; Dramaties, 24, ' " 5: President of Dramatic Club, " 26; Class President, '27; Student Council, '26; Secretary of Student Council, '27; Yell Leader, '25, '21: " Spirit " Staff, '25: Carnival, " 24, " 25; Senior Class Play, ' Honor Society, '27. JOHN HUGHES Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26, 124. Hi-YX Cabinet, '25 '26 : Tennis, '24, '25, '26; Treasurer Dra- matic Club, " 25: Operetta, 725, 726, 727; Cast, '25, '26: Mixed Chorus, " 26, 727; Boys' Quartet, '27; Senior Class Play, '01: Latin Club, '25; Track, '26; Foot- ball, '26: Boys' Glee Club, '25, '26; Stu- dent Banker, 126; “А” Club, '26, " 27 Debate, '25, '26, '27; Bible Study Club, 26. HELEN JAMESON “Ніеп2” WESTON JONES ' " Jibby " Glee Club, '24, '25, '26; Dramatics, '24, " 25 '06: Operetta, '25; Ag. Mainstrel, '24; Junior Class Play, '26; " Spirit " Staff, " 26, 7427: Football, '25, '26; Debate, '26, '27: Assembly Program, " 24, '25, 726, '27 - Bible Study Club, " 24, '26; Hi-Y Cabinet, '26, '27; Boys' Glee Club Play, " Off Duty, " '26; Track, '26, '27;. Саг- nival, '24, '25; Mixer, '26, '27; Student Banker, '24; Homecoming Entertain- ment Chairman, '26; Basketball, '27; “А Club, '26, '271; Honor Society, " 27. EDWARD KILGORE “ка” Central High School, Kalamazoo, Michigan, '94- Editor of " Spirit, " '27; Assistant Editor of 'Spirit, " '25, '26 ; Student Coun- сі, 727: ' A " Club. '26, '27 ; Mixed Chorus, ‘27+ Latin Club, 725, 26:; Operetta, 27; Carn val, '25; Tennis, '21; Basketball Trainer, '26; Hi-Y, '27. DOROTHY KINGSBURY “Dot” North Grant Consolidated School, " 24, 725; Ames High: Declamatory, " 26; Girl Re- serves, 726: “Рерру беуеп” Gym Team, " 26: Athletic Emblem, " 26. — M— — — — — — — — — — — — RUSSELL KINTZLEY “Ruck” Basketball, “24, '25, '27; Football, '25; " A " Club, '26, '27; " Spirit " Business Man- ager, '26, '27; Track, '27; Junior Class Play, " 26: Dramatic Club, '27 ; Hi-Y, '24, = " oy tm 25. " 26, " 27: Junior Ring Committee, " 26; Latin Club, '25: Carnival, '24; Assistant Stare Manager of Operetta, '26 ; Debate, " об LES DOROTHY KUHN Glee Club, '24, '25, '26, '27; Mixed Chorus, 26. '?1- Girl Reserves, '24, '25, 7226. 21; Girl Reserves Cabinet, " 25; Operetta, °26, " 21: Band, '26:; Girls' Judging Team, '24; Declamatory, '24, '25, 726, 727: Declama- tory Team, '27; Dramatics, '25; G. R. Athletics, '26, '27: Association Athlet- ics. 26: Carnival '24. '25. Honor So- ciety, '21. MILDRED KULOW Girl Reserves, '24, '25, '26, 27: Dramatics, 27. KATHERINE LANGE North Grant, '24, '25; Ames High: Girl Reserves, '26. EXA LANGFORD Glee Club, '24; Girl Reserves, '25, '26 ; Dra- matic Club, '27; " Spirit " Stenographer, Pl,» VIOLA LIVINGSTON Girl Reserves, " 25, 126, °27; G. R. Athletics, 724; Basketball, 324, 726; Volley Ball, " 25, " 26: Carnival, '24; Bible Study Club, " 25, '26; Dramatic Club, " 27. ` Fe У» = . уа ESAE — M 2 — NS ESS E RE ee ا‎ A УДА 1 es L Ў | Й 1 Ke HOWARD MecGRIFF т " ١ Dramatics, '25; Class President, " 25: Stu- dent Council, '25, '27 ; Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26. ':21; Hi-Y Cabinet, '24, 25, '26. " A' Club, '25, '26; President of " A " Club, " 917; Football, '23, '24, '25, '26; Basket- ball, " 25, " 26, ”27: Track Trainer, Zo: Track, '26, '27 ; Class Basketball, '24, " 25, " 26, °27: Class Wrestling, '26; Class Track, " 26, 727: Honor Society, '27. — Ы 9 " I " zm MARY MADSEN Гэ Spirit Lake High School, '24, “25: Ames High: Girl Reserves, '26, '27; G. R. Cabinet, '27: Dramaties, '26, '27; Girls’ Gle» Club, '27; Mixed Chorus, '21; Ефес ваного LM А Girls’ Trio, '27; Captain G. R. Teams, 17 " 26; Discussion Group Leader, " 27; Cap- 1 і tain G. R. Volley Ball, 727. - JOSEF MANSFIELD “Toe” Orchestra, '23, '24, '26; Hi-Y, '23; Student Counc l, '265. FRANCES MARTIN Declamatory, '25, '26, '27; С. К., '24, '25, " 96, " 27: G. R. Cabinet, °25, '26, ‘27; Dra- matic Club, " 24, 725, 726, 727: Уісе Ргезі- dent G. R., '26; President G. R., '27; Ju- nior Class Representative, '26; Student Council, '27; Home Hygiene, '27; Junior x Class Play, '26 ; Baseball, '27 ; G. R. Ath- о letics, " 26, '27 ; Carnival, '25, '26; Honor Society, '27. ROGER MARTIN " Abe " Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26, '27 ; Boys' Glee Club, " 25, '906: Hi-Y Cabinet, '26, '’27; Student Council, '26, '27; Junior Class Play, '26; Operetta, '25; Football, " 25, ”26, 797; Dramatic Club, '25; Basketball, '25, '26, а '21; Football Captain, '27; Track, 26; Class Wrestling, '26; Class Basketball, '24. '25, " 26, '27: Class Track, '26; Bank Day Discussion Leader, '27; A " Club, 27: “Of Duty,” " 25. VIOLA MENTER lowa Falls High School, '24, '26; Ames High: Girl Reserves, '27 ; Dramatic Club, " ay " m - 27: Girl Reserves Athletics, " 27. | | HATTIE MATSEN Goldfield High School, '24,:'25, 726; Ames High: Girl Reserves, " 27. FRANCES MIDDLETON " Spirit " Staff, '26, '27; Girl Reserves, °25, 25, “27; Dramatic Club, '25, 126, 727; Bible Dramatic Club Secretary, ‘27; Study, °25. " 27: Glee Club, '25; Honor Society, " 727; Latin Club, '25. JEANNETTE MILLER Glee Club, " 24, 795, 726, " 27; Mixed Chorus Pianist, " 26, " 27: Girl Reserves, " 24, 20, " 26. " 27: G. R. Cabinet, 26; Operetta Cast. 24, " 25. °26, °27; Pianist, " 27; G. R- Volley Ball, " 27; Basketball “Sub,” 725; А’ Club, '25, " 26, " 27; Declamatory Team, '25, '26, '27: Dramatic Club, '24; Tennis, '25 ROSEVELLE MILLER " Rosie " Glee Club, '24, '25, '26, '27; Mixed Chorus, " 97- Dramatics, '25, '26, '27; Operetta, " 24. 795. " 25, 721: Сігі Кезегуез, 724, '25, =, - б » ‘96 °27- Girls’ Barketball, ‘24, °25, '26, " 97- Volley Ball, °27; Baseball, 727; Bible Study Club, '25; " Imp and Pep " " от Team, " 25; Senior Class Play, '27. GLADYS MILLER " Happy " Dramatic Club, '25, '26, '27; Latin Club President, '25; Vice President Junior Class, '26; Student Council, '25; Glee Club, '25; Operetta, '25; G. R. Cabi- net, '27; Bible Study Club, '26, '27 ; Car- nival, '25. JESSIE MILLER Girl's Glee Club, '24, '25; Girl Reserves, '26 ; Bible Study Club, '26. й 3 | à ARKLEY MINERT Girl Reserves, °24, " 25, " 26, 21: Glee Club, '27 ; Operetta, '26; “Mary's Lambs,” '26 ; Pep Team, " 25; Mixed Chorus, 26: Bible Study Club, '25. RICHARD MIXA “Dick” Orchestra, '25; Band, " 25, 126: Ні-Х, 725 SJs 726; Boys’ Glee Club, " 25, 726: Mixed Chorus, '26, '27 ; Tennis, '27; Bible Study Club, '27; Operetta, '25; Carnival, '25 „эь RUTH MORRIS Girl Reserves, 125, '26, “27: Dramatics. " 26, °27: Student Council, °25; “Spirit” Staff, ‘26: Carnival, " 25. sy? TOM MURRAY Roosevelt High School, Des Moines, 723; South High, Denver, Colo, '24; Ames High: Hi-Y,. " 27. BERNARD PAYTON " Bernie " Peoria High School, Peoria, Ill., '24; Rock- ford, Illinois High School, '25; Ames High: Football " 26: Wrestling, ‘27; Hi-Y, '26. '27; Track, °26. HELEN PECK Girl Reserves. '24, '25, '26, '21; Dramaties, " 27: Student Council, " 27; Vice Presi- dent Senior Class, " 27: Home Hygiene, " 97. G. R. Athletics, " 27; Carnival, 24, „сут ша, є MARION PETERSON “Sleepy” Mixed Chorus, '24, °26, ‘27; Band, " 26; Hi-Y, '25. '26, '27; Operetta Cast, '25 т Operetta Chorus, '25, '27; Junior Class Play. '28; Track, '25; Tennis, '26; Boys Glee Club, 725, '26;:: Assistant Picture Operator, “26. | BLANCHE PLESHER і — Girl Reserves, " 24, " 25, 26, 37; Dramatics, 27: Operetta, “26; Mixed Chorus, 126: Glee Club, '26; Basketball, 724. VELDA RANDAU Basketball, '24: Girl Reserves, '24, '25, 72 Orchestra, '24, '25, '21; Dramaties, Pl. ELMER RATH North Grant, '24, '25; Ames Hirh: Basket- ball. '26, '27; Football, " 27; Judging .» Team. '27; Class Basketball, 27. RUTH RAYMOND " Spirit " Staff, '24, " 27; Girl Reserves, 125, 726, '21; G. R. Cabinet, " 26; Саг- nival. '25: Latin Club, '25, ‘26; Treasurer Latin Club, '25; Bible Study Club, '25, '26:; Chorus, °24: Girls’ Glee Club, '25, '26, '27; Junior Class Play, '26; Student Council, '27; Mixed Chorus, '27; Oper- etta Chorus, " 25, 726: Operetta Cast, " 27: С. В. Athletic Team, " 26; Honor Society, o OTTO RICHARDSON Football, 724, " 25, 726, '27; Dramatics, '26; Hi-Y, '24; Wrestling, '25, " 26, " 727; Сар- tain of Wrestling, '27; Boys' Glee Club, " 25. 26 5 Mixed Chorus, E 726, " As “off Duty, " '26: ''Belle of Barcelona, " '25; " Once in a Blue Moon,” '26; ''Pepita, " 21; “Spirit” Staff, '27; Class Bask:t- ball, " 24, " 25: Class Wrestling, ‘27; Track, '27; Assembly Board, '25; “А” Club, " 25. °26. '21: Carnival, '24, '25. ТЕНЕ ПЕНЬ РРА АНИР mmc mt ————m — — TRES. а RO a ж” 5 т” » oO SR oe oe ы re м) » У P i чо НА 4. a, x е “” 4 NT S ١ AUN Te " % у Ж : 6 е; v A і . a‘, du М ХУ E і e а Е ee ж T$ г y і” — 07 ا y 1‏ Ps 222 ху 4 EN S. 244 хе? S А «Р? » ١ D т 0 v nem aA ee 1 y‏ + وو يي AS‏ SEA аў дас й — жа vA 0 Е Pa Е — S e STHEL ROLL Girl Reserves, 724. LYLE ROUPE " Fat " Wresling, '24, '25, '26: Track, ‘25, '26; Football, " 25, '26: Class Track, “23, 24, = © т 25. 126 " " А " СІпр, " 24. " 725. " 26: Ога- matic Club, 20. 26: Student Council, 25 ''Spirit " Staff, " 23, 724. 725. IRENE RUTTER Girl Reserves, '25, '26, - Home Hyziene, '7- Glee Club, 725; Basketball Team, 27: Bible Study Club, '25, 726, “27. от - Їй JOHN SCHARF Waukon High School, '25, '26; Ames High: Track, " 27. RUTH SCOTT Girl Reserves, '24' '25, '26, '27; Dramatic Club, '24, '25, 726; Girls' Glee Club, '24, " 25, 726, 21; Secretary of same, '26; Mixed Chorus, " 26, '21; President of same, '27; Operetta Chorus, '24, '25; Operetta Cast, '26, '27; Tennis, '25; Bible Study Club, '24, '25; Declamatory, " 24. '25. '26, °27: Student Council, 727; с” Girls’ Trio, " 27; Нопог “ ” Carnival, " 24, 22 Society, Ё HARRY SEXTON ‘Fuzzy’ Ні-Ү, '25; Band, '25, '26; Tennis, '26. C „Ġa d HAROLD SHERMAN “Cackle” Track. '24, '25; Tennis, '26, " 27; Basketball, 114 125. 726, " 27: Assistant Business Manager of Junior Class Play, 726; Chairman, Schoo! Affairs Committee, 127; Class Basketball, " 24, '25, '26, " 27: Class Track. “24. " 25: “А” Club, '27; Class Wrestling, " 27: Hi-Y, " 24. " 25, 726, “27 -... CHARLOTTE SKORTMAN Girls’ Glee Club, '25; “Spirit” Stenorra- pher, " 27: Home Hygiene, '27; Girl Re- serves, °24, " 95, 126, " 27: Bible Study Club, 727: С. R. Athletic Team, 326; С. R. Baseball, " 27: G. R. Basketball Team, " 27: G. R. Volley Ball Team, 727. GERALD SILLS Basketball] Trainer, " 265; Wrestling, Track, 727. CASS SMITH Hi-Y, '24. " 25. '26, '27; Band. '26, 217; Or- Chestra, '26, '27; Glee Club, '26; Golf » 0 Team, '26; Tennis, '27; Football, 726. GLENN L. R. SMITH Band, '23, '24, '26:; Carnival, '23; Football, .'24. '26: Orchestra, '24, °27: Judging Team. '26- “A” Club, '26. '21:; Class Wrestling, " 27; Bank Day Discussion . Leader, 127 MAXWELL SMITH " Mack " Football, '24, '25, " 26; Operetta, '25, '26, '21; Student Council, " 27; General Treas- urer, '27; Solo Contest, '26, '27; Mixed Chorus, '26, 271۰ Boys' Glee Club, '25, '20; Class Treasurer, '26; Debate, " 25, '26, '21:; Boys' Quartet, '27; Basketball, '24- " А " Club, '26, " 27: Class Basketball, " 04: Ні-Ү, °24: A-M-E-S Quartet, '26; OE 37 Carnival, " 25; Honor Society, °27. | | | | | жол АССАМ n x " nw Е 5 vou н. ар " TAT Girl Reserves, " 24, 125, 726, 27; © " ж та " гы А 3 19 A “4 A у 1 OARE R CONRAD STEPHENSON “Steve” Student Council, " 27; Athletic Treasurer, ‘27: Operetta Chorus, ‘25; Operetta Cast, " 26, " 27: Boys’ Glee Club, °24, " 25: “Off Duty, 26; Board of Awards Committees, 91 H'-X,. " 24, " 25, °26. 27'2 Hi-¥ Cab: net, " 24, °25: Mixed Chorus ,'26, '27 MADONA STILLMAN Girl Rezerves, " 24, " 25, " 26, 727 ath. V " . سد‎ б а RALPH TAYLOR Basketball, '24; Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26. FLORENCE VAN NICE : irls’ Glee Сор, '25, 26, " 27: Сһогив, 4; Mixed Chorus, '2?7; Student Council, '25; Ваз- ketball, '24, '25; Operetta, '24, '25, 26, у гу” 27; Operetta Cast, " 25 FERN VANSCOY Girl Reserves, 124 " 25. " 26. 721 Mixed Chorus, '26 : Gee Club, " 24, 795, 726: Сігіз” P asketball, '24, '25, '27; Dramatic Club, 27; Operetta, 26. $ Е DOROTHY VICKERY Glee Club, '25; Girl Reserves, '26 е » " | LIS a 7 гр расада dn. Ti же. aa 3 ew 0 , UISS حك‎ СМА es — - — лғы; S t ” ES MOST 24 RUTH WAGNER Girl Reserves, '25, '26, '27; Glee Club. '24. 25; Latin Club, '25; Dramatic Club, " 25, 20; Bible Study Club, '25. '26: " Sp:rit " Staff. '27: Class Secretary- Treasurer, '27; Senior Class Play, '27: » Honor Society, '27. CURTIS WOODRUFF Suro Band, '25, '26, 27; Orchestra, '27- Hi-Y, 25, “26; Boys’ Glee Club. '25; Senior Class Play, '21. ANABELLE WHITE Gir] Reserves, '24, '25, '26: Mixed Chorus '26; Dramaties, '26. BOYD YOUNG „ " Or Orchestra, °25, " 26: Boys’ Glee Club, 725, ‘26; Operetta, '25: “Off Duty.” 726: Bas- ketball Trainer, '26; ‘“‘Spir:t’’ Staff, 727. Н1-Ү, ”25, 26: “AV Club, " 26. " 97. ERUCE C. GUNNELL E-iscopal High S:hool, Virgin a, '22, '23, 'а ‘25, '26; Ames High: Basketball, " 21; ТгасК, " 27: Hi-Y, '27: Discussion Group Leader, '21. EARL SMITH Central High School, Washington, D. C., " 29, '24, '25; Ames High: Hi-Y, '26: Football, '26; Track, '26. Ж” 7, IN MEMORIAM September 1, 1915 June 3, 1927 “SENIORES”? Mr. Seniores, one of the greatest statesmen of all ages, died yesterday. His demise affects the city and state; and even the whole nation expresses sympathy tor the bereaved. The exact cause of this great man’s death is not known, but his attending physician believed it to be a brain attack. Less than a week ago, he appeared in his usual health and enjoyed the banquet which his sister, Mrs. Junior, eave in his honor. Mr. Seniores was born in Iowa, where he spent the greater part of his life. He received his elementary training in kindergarten and later graduated from various schools of higher learning, namely: Welch, Central, and Ames Senior High. In the good old davs when boys wore short trousers and the girls had long hair, he began his career as statesman in the community of Ames High Sehool. At first, he was a green, bashful, gangling youth, showing little promise of his future greatness, but as the years rolled slowly on, they brought the re- wards of virtue and all the fruits of wisdom and friendship. The most talented of men was Mr. Seniores. He was a statesman well versed in the intrigues of polities. His political bosses, or in more exact terms, his managers, the Messrs. M. G. Davis and P. L. Davis, with the aid of their lesser shadows, directed and guided his career through the shoals, shallows, and sandbars. Besides being a statesman, he was a scholar ot no little merit. He had considerable literary ability and was, at the time of his death, writing his autobiography which his sisters promise to complete. Many of his literary efforts were published in the ‘‘Spirit’” magazine. As an amateur musician, Mr. Seniores was unsurpassed. He played in several noted bands and orches- tras besides singing in Mixed Choruses and Glee Clubs. Mr. Seniores was considered the ereatest all-round athlete of his time, for he was outstanding in football, basketball, track, tennis, and wrestling. Surely this is an unusua! record for one mere man. Mr. Seniores is survived by his two sisters, Mrs. Junior and Miss Sopho- more, to whom hosts of friends Send their deepest sympathies. For it can be truly said of Mr. Seniores that his ideals were always of the highest and his works remarkably thoroteh. Mr. Seniores passed on, surrounded by many friends im his large mansion on Clark Boulevard, murmuring these words to his watchine sisters, bless- ings on thee, sister Junior, and sister Sophomore, and all that shall come after ее. Mary Bryer, 27 Ұ і — يجو ° CLASS WILL Py Jean Guthrie and. Weston ل‎ Beine near the point of exile to Clarinda, because of the strain of over- work in the aforementioned institute called “Brain Factory,’ we, the above elass of Ames High School, break all ties to the institute of learning, and be- queath the followine virtues and vices, with the utmost regard to all con- cerned. To the Sophomore (‘lass. We leave the privilege ot dusting Minerva. " To the Juniors, we leave our honored and revered station to be upheld hiehly. 1. Edyth Adams wills her roller skates to Jay Muller. 2. Thurston Adams leaves his sports-writing ability to Loren Counce, 3. Verdene Anthony wills his popularity to Gorden O'Neil. 4. Laura Arnold leaves Sam for anvone wishing a motoreyele ride. э. Julia Baker wills her Economic erades to Ас ‚е Ago. 6. John Baldwin wills his noon ear rides to the West twins. i. Ellen Bauge leaves the bench in her back yard to Blaine Iler and Louise Jones. 5. Clarence Beck wills his Ontario grain elevator to Carolyn Carter. 9. Everett Bentley leaves his Caruso voice to Eugene King. 10. Marie Bere wills her wild ways to Karyl Parno. 11. . Don Bradley leaves his History notebook in the wastebasket. 12. Dorothy Vickery leaves the Rest Room mirrors to Mable Langtord. 3. Marion Peterson leaves his peroxide bleach to Vernon Erickson. 14. Velda Randau leaves her date catalog to the publie library. 15. Elmer Rath leaves his long distance basket shooting to Gordon Stiles. 16. Ralph Taylor leaves off chasing the girls. 11. John Scharf leaves his plus-fours to the next woman-hater. '' 18. Maxwell Brockman leaves his reducing tablets to Levinsky. 19. Maxwell Smith leaves Mildred—never. 20. Bruce Gunnell leaves his southern Rs to anyone who can find them. 21. Ruth Raymond leaves her boyish bob to Tippy Briley 22. Western Union Jones leaves his brief case and debating abilitv to the next Western Union loud speaker. 23. Jean Guthrie leaves her blotter to the next lone-suffering Art Editor. 24. Mary Beyer, being Scotch, leaves nothing to anybody. 25. Ethel Roll leaves her dates to Elizabeth Е ish—she likes them. 26. Lucille Foster leaves High School for a happier life. 27. “Мосо” Dogeet leaves his cauliflower ear to Ray Truesdell. 28. Bob Hansen leaves his broken rib to Don Fish so Fish may become a debater 29. Paul Crockett wills Margaret Gamble to anyone who will call her up. 30. Howard MeGrif wills his gas-man s overalls to Bob Boyd. 31. Diek Cole wills his state title to Dale Arnold. 32. Jake Gottfried wills his A—'s to Clinton. Kelley. 33. Dick Mixa wills his ten typewriting breast me dals to Rees Paine. 34. Russell Kintzley wills his basketball playing to Raymond Shipman. 35. Cass Smith wills Fred Hagen and Derral Kooser the franchise for col- Jeeting and selling the eum under the study hall desks. 36. Florenee Van Niee leaves her wooden shoes to Ruth Hansen. | a " Ml. du " PP Gulf P ad me Ы М. 37. Mildred Kulow leaves Smithfully. 38. Viola Livingston leaves her tomboy skirt to Edith Cox. 39. Mary Madsen leaves her pleasing plumpness to Hilda Templeman. 40. Dorothy Kingsbury leaves her farm to Otto Richardson. 41. Joe Mansfield leaves for the college library. 2. Abe Martin leaves his Dad's Buick to anyone who ean get it. 43. Franees Martin leaves her ballet slippers to Bill Nunamaker. 44. Hattie Matsen leaves her college dates to Katherine Amlund, 45. Frances Middleton leaves her ‘‘drag’’ with Miss Kinnier to the lowa State Highway Commission. 46. Jeannette Miller wills ' " Ruek'' to Dorothy Nelson. 47. Ruth Morris leaves her Physies grades to Oran MeElyea. 48. Tom Murray leaves his sweet tooth to Frank MeLaughlin. 49, Bernard Payton leaves Lora at the front door. 50. Helen Peek leaves her shorthand notes to anyone with a good imagina- tion. 51. Otto Richardson, deciding to settle on the farm, wills his Radio Station to Ephriam Jenson. 52. Lyle Roupe leaves his track shoes to Niles Meltesen. 53. Irene Rutter leaves her former Latin grades to LeRoy Daubert. 54. Ruth Seott leaves Dick Mixa to Margaret Thurber. 55. Harry Sexton leaves period 8 History class in 1)—? 56. Gerald Sills leaves Miss Seaman to the Junior Class. 57. Glenn Smith leaves his debts unpaid. 58. Fern Van Seoy leaves her basketball playing to Florence Farber. 59. Ruth Wagner leaves her undivided attention to Boyd Young. 60. Curtis Woodruff leaves his Ontario estate to his gardener, Joe Norman. 61. Boyd Young leaves his marcel to Howard Erwin. 69. Georee Akin leaves his " Tripp '' at the college. 63. Graee V. Browning leaves her Freneh A's to Bob Boyd. 64. John Hughes leaves his big words to anyone who can pronounce them. 65. Bernita Coffman and Madonna Stillman leave their locks to the hair net industry. | 66. Rosevelle Miller leaves her laugh to Peg Thurber. 67. Charlotte Skortman leaves her complexion to Ruth Carr. 68. Connie Stephenson leaves the dry goods department to Anatred. 69. Katherine Lang and Jessie Miller leave hand in hand—as usual. 70. Harold Sherman leaves his basketball pants to Jay Miller. 71. Beatriee Bradley leaves her ebony dip to any desiring peroxide blond. 79. Мах Cameron wills his famous eartoons to Herman Eriekson. 73. Herb Carr wills his long legs to Norman Levinsky. 74. Norman Carr wills his beaming countenance to Farwell Brown. 75. Maurine Clay wills her boisterous voice to Camilla Muller. 76. Opal Cody wills her mareel to Pauline Bills. 77. Bob Cole wills his angelic looks to Lynn Richardson. 78. Velma Counce wills her night in ‘Dreamland”™’ to Frances Stiles. 79. Helen Gretter wills her DeMolay date to Dot Kingsbury. 80. Dave Damon wills his €. M. T. €. training to Dan Hayes. 81. Rowena Damon leaves Miss Gove to Click Oberg. 82. Ethel Davidson leaves her Home Economies biscuits for paper weights. 83. Arnold Gladwin leaves ten second-hand languages, all self-invented. $4. Viola Dickerson leaves her Senior books to Dad Fisher. 35. Mae Edwinson leaves her erowning glory to Lora Cheney Lynch. 86. Amel Egemo leaves Dot Kingsbury to Otto Richardson. ST. Audrey Eriekson leaves his “Happy ways—never! 35. Marearet Gamble leaves her typewriter to Gilly McDonald. s9. William Gernes leaves his ‘‘Bostonians’’ to any Junior with fallen arches. 00. Gwendolyn Graves leaves her talkativeness to Howard Erwin. 91. Harley Griffith leaves his milk cans to Karyl Parno. 92. Don Hemstreet and Viola Menter leave their locker privileges to Fred Hagen and Eleanor Dannatt. 93. The Hiner boys leave their wrestling tacties to Derral Kooser. 94. Elizabeth Horner leaves her height to George Akin. 95. Marcella Howell leaves ! Fat " to Ruth Anderson. 96. Helen Jameson l eaves her ‘57 Varieties’’ to the Fair Grocery. 97. Edward Kilgore leaves Mrs. Young at 6 o'clock. 98. Dorothy Kuhn and Arkley Minert leave their modest and retiring ways to Laura Kooser. 99. Exa Langford leaves Mable without a chaperone. 100. Gladys Miller leaves her Boone route to the Bus Company. 101. Blanche Pleshek leaves ‘ the motoreyele’’ to Ray Shipman. Growing weaker, more destitute, and more wobbly in the knees, we must close this last statement before we go beyond, some with tears in their eyes, and others with joy in their hearts. (Sioned) THE MORTAL CLASS OF 1927 A. D. Witnesseth: Miss Ethel Seaman of Drake [SEAL | Mrs. Anna Young of Cedar Falls CLASS PROPHECY By Helen Gretter and Boyd Young Last night as I lay in my little trundle bed, I dreamed a most wonderful dream—it was all so wondrous that I thought it was real; indeed, it was so strange that I will undertake to relate it to you. I arrived at my domicile almost at midnight last night, and after retiring І heard my little chime clock strike the bewitehing hour. I dropped off into a light sleep but seemingly awoke five minutes later to the realization that there was an undefinable something in the room with me. " Who is there? '' I ealled. “I,” replied a sepulehral voice. “And who might “Г Бе? " І queried further. " І. " came the voice in majestic tones, “I am I—the Supreme Ego, the mysterious agency that relates the past and foretells the future. I am I— Fate—the inexorable; there is no escape, but you needn’t be afraid, I will not hurt you—tonight. I have appeared before you tonight to inform you as to the future of the Class of 27. But before I start, I must require one thing. I reveal what is to come only to believers: Are you a believer?’’ “А believer in what, may I ask?'' I parried. - ö— — — — —— — — — ТА y — Á 1 7 СГА 44 ' Never mind !' thundered the voiee, Answer mie, yes or no, ARE YOU A BELIEVER?” " Yes, " | managed to answer, " ІТ believe in everything but oil stocks and second-hand flivvers.'' " Very well, I suppose that will have to do, " eame the voice. “Now, whom shall I begin on? " " Well, " I answered meditatively, there's Edyth Adams.” ' Ah, yes, she would be there, well—let me see, what is she doing? Now І һауе it. She is taking tickets over at Dreamland, she wears a mask so that no one will know her. Next? " “Thurston Adams is next, ` I replied. “Yes, yes. Thurston is now a sports writer on the Chicago Tribune. Shall I go on down the line?” “Please, if you will be so kind. I would surely like to know about all my classmates of the Class of 27, " said І. “АП right, here goes: Verdene Anthony is the sales manager and 'sub-assistant editor of the ‘Prep Athlete.’ George Akin travels with Ringling Brothers Cireus as the shortest man in the world. Laura Arnold was unable to decide between the Ace and the Harley- Davidson, so she took the middle course and now she has an electric ear (Ft. Dodge, Des Moines and Southern) at her disposal through the courtesy of her fiance, William Gernes, who is now superintendent on that line. Julia Baker has become an assistant of Sir Amel Egemo, the greatest livine painter of the age. John Baldwin is a noted racing driver who is chautteuring for John D. Van Roekabilt between races. Ellen Bauge is suing George Willmarth, of the Willmarth Aeronautic Company, for damages resulting from the recent accident. Clarence Beck originated and developed Sheepless Wool Growing on his estate near Ontario. Everett Bentlev, who was a guide and vodeler in the Alps, now manu- faetures holes for Swiss cheese. Marie Bere is the matron of the Asylum which she founded Tor lame and friendless eats. Mary Beyer is very famous because of her wonderful book, “The Com- plex Psychology of an Egyptian Scarab.’ This was the fifth of a series by the noted Eeyptologist. Beatrice Bradley was Private Secretary to President Kilgore when he was in office. Now she is court (and courted) stenographer in the Supreme Court. Maxwell Brockman has risen from check room attendant to head-waiter in the Blackstone Hotel, Chicago. Grace Virginia Browning finally settled down. She is now a farmer’s wife, and lives at Ontario, Lowa. Max Cameron is now working as a high-pressure salesman for Dunlap Sales Co. He is selling broken-down wheel barrows. Herbert Carr lives happily (?) with Gwendolyn Graves in their little house (?) by the railroad tracks. «аш - Ж p " | К 79 a 4 мас» “ы Norman Carr has advaneed his latest theory that the warmth of the sun's ravs is due to some hypothetieal souree of heat loeated in or near the sun. This theory is startling the scientific world and it is causing a furor. Maurine Clay is the wife of a Montana rancher. She was the champion rope-wrangler of the Annual Round-up in Cheyenne last year. Opal Cody is a star toe dancer in the Sandwich Village Follies. Bernita Coffman. and her colleague, Madona Stillman, have formed a league for the prevention of long hair. Richard Cole is social secretary of the Extension Department at I. S. C. It is said that he is very efficient in securing rooms for ' " " shorthorn'' girls. Robert Cole now teaches Commercial Law in Ames High. His methods resemble those of Mr. Eiker very much—now I ask you, how come? Velma Counce is a neglected spinster with no one to love her but a black cat and two parrots. Paul Crockett has won renown as the best basketball player and coach in the Missouri Valley Conference. David Damon is in the South Seas at present, trying to organize the electric eels into a Railway, Light and Power Company. Good luck, Dave. Rowena Damon and Elizabeth Horner jointly conduct an advisory de- partment for stricken lovers. Ethel Davidson is still wraneline with Bob Hansen as to whether he shall со to Nevada or not. Viola Diekerson has beeome very wealthy beeause of her great human- interest novel, “The Alley Back of Main Street.” Merrill Doggett was the World’s Champion Typist for six years. He lost the eup last vear beeause the oil line on his machine clogged up, and, there- fore, he was forced to quit beeause of a burned out main bearing, after leading the field for six laps. Best record: 4.1178!5 words per minute for 1 minute with 167 errors. Mae Edwinson is Freneh maid for Viola Dickerson in her Fifth Avenue mansion. She “‘speaks ze Enelish—oo, zo parte t.' Audrey Erickson is star gazing at the Twinkle Observatory. What's that? Of course that is Gladys Miller by his side—she is always with him. Lueille Foster and Ethel Roll are still daneing. Margaret Gamble, because of her long training in Geometry under Mr. Vanderlinden, is now occupying his place in the old institution of learning. Arnold Gladwin's Spirit’’ Staff training has proved valuable, for he 1s the originator and editor of the “LAUGH THAT OFF” Department featured in all the leading newspapers. Helen Gretter and Jeannette Miller are floating in. the Moonlight on the Ganges. " Jeannette has her fiddle and is playing “Hi Diddle Diddle.” Harley Griffith ’s latest eraft 1s a method of extracting the edible portion of a peanut by a ‘‘erackine’” process (similar to that used in the refining of petroleum). | Jean Guthrie is noted for her ' Confessions of a Heart Breaker'' series in " True Confessions. They are all true and her own actual experiences. Robert Hansen is working in Iowa State College’s steel fabricating mills, bending girders and plates into proper shape. | Donald Hemstreet still makes pills down at Bosworth s, but he owns the place now. | тав г , ү, й Fo» A y 2 4 ow A Albert and Edwin Hiner are bell-hopping in their own Hiner Dime-in- the-Slot Chain Hotels in order to save money to keep the bright lights burn- ing on Broadway. John Hughes is the naughty nautical engineer on the U. S. S. Esperanto. Marcella Howell has rescued ‘‘Shorty’’ Clark’s Ford from the dump and now sits in it by the hour, thinking over her High School days. Helen Jameson is the exclusive agent for Jameson’s Giggle Remedy’ for slim people. Weston Jones is president and chief stockholder in the Eastern Onion Radio Telegraph Company. He refuses to retire as head announcer because he is peculiarly well fitted for the position. Edward Kilgore was candidate for President of the United States three times and won election the third. He was in office only three months as he was impeached for corrupt political practices. Russell Kintzley is now married, has three Kintzleyites, a second-hand Ford, and a collie pup. He lives in a suburb of Ames and is president of the Squaw Creek Bank. Dorothy Kuhn is farming out east of town. She is so capable that the men are atraid of her and so she 1s still single. Katherine Lange is still working in the 10-25¢ store and has almost won the good-looking general manager. Viola Livingston is married happily to Merrill Doggett, heretofore men- tioned, and 1s International Shorthand Champion. Howard MeGriff is a noted historian and teacher. He is the author of the famous books, ‘How I Came to Love History So” and “The Trend of American Tariffs and Why.” Mary Madsen has finally obtained her ideal of " Home and Happiness and is contented. Josef Mansfield is now conducting a revival meeting in North Woods. Frances Martin is in the employ of Arthur Murray. She teaches anaes- thetie dancing by mail. Roger Martin, with his characteristic ability for oceupying the limelight, is at the present, head janitor of A. H. S. Viola Menter resides in the jungles of Africa and is taming and convert- ing the natives by her winning wiles. Hattie Matsen is still the most popular girl at the Varsity Ballroom. Frances Middleton is at I. S. C. working in the foods laboratory. Нег latest discovery is a method of feedine the three blind mice. Jessie Miller is happily married to Elmer Rath; they live quietly at home. Rosevelle Miller is certainly getting up in the world; she runs the eleva- tor in the Eiffel Tower. Arklay Minert is a heavy wielder of the willow for the Halt-sox, ' the first All American Women’s Baseball Team. Richard Mixa is a big butter-and-ege man. In the fall and winter he takes over Mr. Eiker’s and Miss Seaman’s jobs as a pastime. Ruth Morris was a notorious bobbed hair bandit. She was caught by sheer accident, and sentenced to ten years in prison. Her term will be up a week from next Thursday. Bernard Payton is an oculist in New York City. His sign reads: ' Bernie Payton—Oculist—Only Blue-eyed Damsels Need Apply. ` Helen Peck has been graduated from four courses at I. S. C. She is still interested in that fascinating Campus Lab. Instructor, Don Bradley. | = — — — п т С п el — — — Мы ы i a حنم‎ `ъ чь МСА Soe ИМ © Лү е е A Marion Peterson is a wonderful pianist; he has taken New York, London and Berlin by storm. Не is especially noted for his ability to accompany a certain ‘cellist. Blanche Pleshek is patiently waiting for Sam Harter to finish High Sehool. Velda Randau turned to school-teaching after her many love affairs, but even there she is capturing the affections of the Principal. Otto Richardson, Insulting Engineer for the Eastern Onion Radio Tele- eraph Company, is married now, ої course, and his old flame. Dorothy Kings- bury, resides by his hearth. Ruth Raymond is a farmer's wife, living in the outskirts of Washine- ton, JG: Lyle Roupe, poor fellow, participated in one too many machine gun battles in Chicago and now his troubles are over. Irene Rutter stumped the country for President Kilgore in his campaigns and was appointed by him to the office of Secretary of War. John Scharf is Superintendent of Ames Publie Schools, still a jolly old bachelor. Yes, you guessed it, Exa Langford is pounding the keys for him, and (s-s-s-sh) they DO say there is romance in that little office. Ruth Seott has gained renown because of her volume on ‘‘ Einstein Was Right’ in which she proves by mathematics that relatives cause all the trouble on this earth. Harry Sexton is the champion eorn raiser of Iowa, Missouri and Nebraska. Harold Sherman is now selling barbed wire tennis raekets to the Eskimos in southern China. Gerald Sills has secured a position as manager of the Bedlam Insane Asylum beeause of his ability to understand the inmates. Cass Smith and Charlotte Skortman wish us all a share in their happiness. Maxwell Smith married Mildred Kulow—’nuff sed. Conrad Stephenson now owns his father’s establishment in Fourth Ward. where it is claimed that prices vary inversely as the beauty of the purchaser. Ralph Taylor has established his Funeral Home at Kelley, Iowa, and has a fine business. Thomas Murray dives for jellyfish to keep his jelly-bean factory in raw material. Florence Van Nice is the buxom Dutch cook down at the Savoy. Dorothy Viekery now has a patent on her hair dye, runs a beauty " shoppe'' and 1s erimsonime other people's tresses. Fern Van Seoy has re-established the Van Seoy Transfer Line and is ex- pecting to follow in the footsteps of Helen Schultz, the bus queen. Ruth Wagner is our little Cinderella. She still sits in the chimney corner waiting patiently for her Prinee Charmine. Curtis Woodruff still plays on his trombone. He was recently in jail for six months because he mutilated the atmosphere with his " Melody of Mis- takes. Annabelle White is now the School Nurse in Ames. Her home hygiene students are noted for their thorough education in the elementary principles of keeping house. Boyd Young's mind failed him, poor fellow, after ten years of hard work on his unfinished book, ' You Can Always Tell a Teacher, But You Can't Tell Her Very Mueh. " Letters addressed to Cherokee, Iowa, will reach him some- time, if not sooner. 7 " There, now, I guess that is all of them, " said the voice with evident satisfaction. “No, it isn’t, I corrected it, “you have left out Jake Gottfried.’’ “Horrors,” shrieked the voice, “I can't stand it, I tell you, I can’t! АП I see is fire; fire and flames; flames and fire. I can’t stand it! I must go, GO! Farewell to thee, my friend, farewell.” A MESSAGE TO AMES HIGH SCHOOL We. as the members of the graduatine class of 1927, wish to extend our farewell ereetines to Ames High, and our gratitude for friends and aequaint- ances, the periods of learning of whieh we have made use, the good times we have enjoyed, and the various activities in which we have participated. We, as a class, have gone far in earrying out the school motto: Ames Hi Aims High " and. we are sorry that we have no more time to spend in sehool in forwarding its ideals, but we shall always strive to carry them out wherever we may go. We have eontributed readily to all the organizations in the sehool. We fully believe that we have more accomplishments to our credit than any class before us. But we are cnly one group in many to go forth from this splendid institution; and although we do believe ourselves to be as yet the eroup with the greatest merits, we do expect and have a right to demand that each eraduating class in the future be more advanced than its predecessor, that each vear Ames Hieh shall become higher in its standing within the ranks of the schools of the nation, and that its members shall continue to make it famous for its deeds when we shall have been forgotten. We desire for our sehool a high place in the records of educational institutions of its type and we know of no way to bring this about except by the students themselves. Here is our wish for the future. May each class leav e this school better than it found it; may no class be a discredit to those gone before it, and to those which will follow; and may Ames High, because of its output of real American citizens, mean more to the nation each vear. But time is passine rapidly and pressine us that others might take our places and still others theirs. All we wish to add 1s, “Ат hich for Ames High, {ocd luck and vood bye.” ПОС ee ا‎ m нана — кк нк Инк —————————7— 5⸗— — 71 k + у | 1 Ир! LATI TE. же " n M г 24 1 7 РА Га 4 Vy я THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE CLASS OF 28 High School. The class of “28 entered Ames Senior High School on the day that Prineipal Davis made his debut. It seems fitting that the history of the class should be given in two scenes: One at the end of their second day in Ames High, September, 1925; and the second, on a day in March, 1927 SCENE I 3:31, September 8, 1925. Second day of school. P. L. Davis at his desk, looking very much disturbed. His office girl, Ila, at her desk, holding her hands over her ears. Loud noise, cat-calls, and tramping heard from below. Mr. Davis: What does all this mean! Nothing like this ever happened at Oakland. " There's some exeuse the first day, but this is the limit. Па: It’s the new Sophomore class on the first floor. They re a live bunch. Mr. Davis: This must be stopped. (A noise lke two machine guns is heard from outside. ) Mr. Davis: Hm-m-m. What’s that! (Goes to window.) П а: It’s Howard Erwin and Gilmour MacDonald with their motoreyeles. Mr. Davis: Neither the motors nor the mouths of that class have mufflers. I wonder if we ean ever do anything with them. (Curtain ) SCENE II 4:00, March 18, 1927. Teachers’ Meeting in Study Hall. Mr. Davis: It’s a shame so many of the students are flunking. How about the Junior class? It certainly looked hopeless last year. Mrs. Garo: It’s the brightest class I’ve taught. The first six weeks of this year fourteen were on the First Honor Roll, which is four more than both of the other classes had together. Mr. Davis: Are they still noisy? Miss Gove: Well, you can’t keep them still. Howard Erwin, Sam Harter, Don Fish, and others are perpetual talking machines. No wonder they are good debaters. They get plenty of practice. Mr. Eiker: It’s not all talk. In the wrestling meet last year they placed second and this year first. Mr. Campbell: Six of them made the first squad in football. Mr. Vanderlinden: Three of them are on the debating team. Mr. Davis: They’ll do. I’ve noticed they give all that they have, and any class that does that is bound to succeed. They ll do better yet next year. (Curtain) ROBERT BROWN, 25 Top row: Everett, D. Cole, D. F sh, Poyd, Erwin, Haven, Harter, Devor2, Alm, R. Brown, Griffiih Bowman. Second row: Andrew, Carter, Duitch, Herrmann, Edgerton, Apland, Maxine Beard, Mary Beard, Davis, Flickinger, Beckman, R. Anderson, Elliott. Third row: Barger, D. Brown, Gates, V. Anderson, Briley, L. Anderson, Hansen, Dannatt, Brindley, Forel, Horning, Aplin, BE. Fish, Beck. Fourth row: Collins, K. Herren, Axelton, Baldwin, Day, Counce, Banks, Cattell, Acheson, Carpenter, Diemer, Foster, Er’ekson. Top row: D. Second row: Third row: Fourth row: Arnold, Davis, Hayes, Evans, F. Brown, Alexander, Coe, Batman, W. Flickinger, Ransome Brown, Deal. Brownfield, H. Erickson, Ball, Berg, Gilbert, V. Erickson, Daubert, Durrell, A. Edwinson, Havens, Harvey. Burnett, Agg, M. Dunlap, Allen, V. Dunlap, Gray, Cunningham, Clapp, Blliott, Battell, J. Davidson, Goodwin, M. Breen, Hall, Farber, Bence, C. Brown, Esval, Hoon, Bills, Amlund, R. Carr, Hooker, J. Hagen, Haigler. Hiner. | я . ; - — — — —— — — — й « І " s مس‎ ад е 0 — À —‏ — یی ب ша‏ پو وه 2 " 5 з -‏ — — — 85 a 5 “аа E — Top row: Truesdell, Pickett, Malcolm, H. Van Scoy, T. Woodru(ff, E. Kooser, C.Oberg, Walatka, MeWhinney, Second row: Kelley, Nichols, Reid, Nelson, Sill, Worsing, Lynch, Knudsen, Redlinger, M. Olsen, Kinderman, Third row: 'ackard, Madsen, A. Stephenson, В. Kilgore, Kelso, К. К ratoska, Sutton, М. Shehan, P. Shehan, Swenson, H. Jensen, W. Morris, Templi man. Fourth row: S. Olsen, Pettit, L. Richardson, Tripp, Starbuck, Harry McGriff, O'Neil, Meltesen, Nunamaker, Lundy, E. Jensen, Knight, H. Miller. Fifth row i Jorgensen, Roland West, Knuths, Robert West, Levine, McLaughlin, Lloyd, Vanderlinden, Paulson, F. Oberg. | | | | тр ж “- ЖЖ” гла СЛ % Ж | | ec 7» 4 ЖЖ. и е еа Л ЕИ | Ж 7 K д Г Ф 2 2 pl), РА‏ و " 5 Top row: Erwin, Hayes, Maxwell Smith, Howard McGriff, D. Kooser, F. Martin, M. Edwinson. Second row: C. Beck, R. Martin, D. Fish, E. Kilgore, C. Stephenson, Peck, Raymond. Third row: Agg, Howell, Miss Petersen, Robert Hansen, Mr. Vanderlinden, G. Briley, Scott. STUDENT COUNCIL President 5 : 5 5 Е Robert Hansen Vice President - - - - Howard Merit Secretary Р 1 Е - - Mareella Howell Ever sinee it was first oreanized, the Ames Hieh Sehool Student Council has well proved its worth. Many student problems have been handled this year in a very commendable way by the Council. The sponsors are Miss Petersen and Mr. Vanderlinden. Iu c À————'—— A ÓGÜÀÀM!ÓÜÁuÁ—— 9 H—— — — —— — — | ! 11 Top row: Walatka, A. Hiner, Boyd, Truesdell, Jay Miller, R, Olson, Maxwell, Maxwell Smith, D. Bradley. Second row: T. Adams, D. Kooser, H. Erwin, D. Fish, Kintzley, Pickett, Howard McGriff, F. Brown, M. Axelton. Third row: Robert Hansen. O. Richardson, A. Erickson, Jeannette Miller, Browning, Davidson, W. Jones, R. Martin, Anthony, ЕК, Hiner. President - - - - - Howard MeGritt Vice President - - - - - Robert Hansen Seeretary- Treasurer : 3 3 Ethel Davidson Historian - - = - Grace Virginia Browning Winners of the “A” in football, basketball, wrestling, track, tennis, judging, debate, or deelamatory are elegible for ‘A’ Club membership. This organiza- tion alms to promote better чеһоо! spirit and to make the winning OL AN ALL one of the greatest honors obtainable. 4 Тор row: Davidson, M. Madsen, B. Fish, Beyer, С. Madsen, McCarthy, Sill, G. Miller. Second row: F. Martin, Miss Coder, Shupe, Mrs. Anderson, Ruth Hansen, Miss Seaman, G. Briley. GIRL RESERVES President : - - - Franees Martin Vice President а А - - - Elizabeth Fish Secretary А - - : - - Mary Madsen Treasurer : : - - : Ruth Hansen The Girl Reserve program has been one of worthwhile meetings combined with good times. The Friendship Conference, eone!uded by a Mother-Daughter Banquet, which was so successful last year, was a major part of this year's activities, The irls have been working for athletic emblems in hiking, volley ball, basketball, and baseball. The members of the cabinet are: Membership, Elizabeth Fish; Program, Mary Beyer; Social, Glendora Briley ; Social Service, Mable Shupe; Ring, Ethe! Davidson; Music, Gladys Miller; Publicity, Carrie Madsen. 1 9 Е.Д... г (ue дел жайы ы ——— — —ÓÁÜ€—————— m—mÀ———M————— 9 Top row: D. Fish, T. Adams, Anthony, Long, Robert Hansen. Second row: Howard McGriff. R. Martin, Mr. Vanderlinden, W. J. Jones, Hagen. President - - 2 : : К Lewis Long Vice President . : г 5 : Donald Fish Secretary - - Fred Hagen Treasurer n . - : Я Howard MeGritt [n addition to its regular meetings this year, the Hi-Y has eoóperated with the Girl Reserves in arranging joint meetings, in sponsoring an all High School mixer, in giving a Childrens’ Christmas party, and in introducing Bank Day discussions. The boys had a Vocational Guidance Conference, which was bene- fieial to many of them. The members of the cabinet are: Program, Thurston Adams; Membership, Robert Hansen: Student Council Representative, Roger Martin; Social, Weston Jones: Reporter, Verdene Anthony; Bible Study, John Hughes. $e я ” , л АСА Р? лм. Top row: M. Axelton, Heggen, C. Woodruff, Miss Kinnier, F. Jones, M. Olsen, E. Kooser, Battell, Harvey, G. Morrison, D. Morrison. Second row: C. Beck, Knight, McMillin, Randau, R. Carr. Bentley, C. Smith, Andrew, Ruth Hansen. Pettit. Third row: Е. Jensen, Redlinger, Gottfried, Knudson, Hooker, D. Damon, L. Jones, Levine, С. Axelton, Jorgensen. ORCHESTRA President = з - - : Norman Levine Vice President : Е 3 Е = Willam Dale Student Council Representative - Frederie Battell The orehestra, with Miss Kinnier as director, has been able to provide very eood music on numerous occasions. Anyone that knows anything at all about musice will say that there 1s no lack of talent im Ames High. — — — — — — E 8 анн — Top row: E. Kooser, Brockman, C. Smith, Miss Kinnier, Woodruff, Long, M Second row: M. Axelton, Redinger. Moody, ller, Bentley, €. Beck, D. Third row; Norman, Jorgensen, Levine, Havens. . Olsen, Andrew. Morrison, G. Axelton. BAND President : 5 : - : Curtis Woodruff Vice President 5 5 с а Сізгепсе Beck Librarian : : - А : - David Moody Under the direction of Miss Kinnier, the band has progressed. Its purpose is to train its members in concert work. We have been favored by the Band programs several times, and each number on the program sounded like more. — — — — — — — — Top row: Edgerton, Herrmann, Minert, Cody, Orning, Miss Bower, Cunningham, M. Madsen, Haizler Reid, Rubey. Second row: Horner, Agg, Nelson, Van Nice, Briley, Browning, Parno, R. Miller, Wood, Edwinson ١ First row: Sill. Scott, Arnold, Coffman, Apland, Raymond, J. Miller, Kuhn, Gray. GIRLS’ GLEE CLUB President : - - В - А Mae Edwinson Secretary-Treasurer : - : Garnet Edgerton Librarian - - - - - Rosevelle Miller The Glee Club has had a splendid year and has accomplished a great deal. Miss Bower is a very capable director, as anyone who has heard the Glee Club, can easily judge. The Club has several members with a great deal of talent, қ and the whole group is of no mean ability. тн жә г ony ---- ⸗ — ——C ] — — — — X ——— A. t 21 X 0 0 0 2 у 4 4 0 у қ хе » EA. MT “М A AA AU lop row: Morrison, Pettit Bentley, M. Peterson, E. Kileors, C. Stephenson, T. Adoms, O. Richardson, Maxwell Smith, D. Hughes. Second row: J. Hughes, Nelson, Van Nice, Browning, Owen, Miss Bower, Dunahoo, Mixa, R. Miller, A. stephenson, Griffith, Jeannette Miller. Third row: Horner, E, Fish, Scott, Arnold, Cotfman, Apland, Raymond, M. Madsen, Kuhn, M. Edlwinson, A. Edwinson. MIXED CHORUS President z - : - - : Ruth Seott Secretary-Treasurer : - : 5 Elizabeth Fish Librarian а : 3 И ы А Maxwell Smith There has not been a lack of material for Mixed Chorus work this year. Many have signed up for the work, and under Miss Bower’s capable direction, the chorus has made a reputation for itself. It has sung before assemblies on several occasions. At the State Music Contest held at Iowa City the mixed chorus won first place in Class B. | IS S م а‏ " З A‏ РУ Zo lop‏ Ж rM‏ S ص » 4 А “. -—- ١ 3 DEZ WA Ae Fe — — — — — — — — — — —M а — — — — — — — — — — — —— ——— — M JS Гор гом: D. Kooser, Harter, Erwin, Beckman, Kellenberg, V. Dunlap, Brindley, Dannat, Anderson. G. Briley, Kratoska, Parno, Kulow, Templeman, L. Jones, McCarthy, Jewell, Gater, M. Horning, E. Lanford. Second row: Miss Kinnier, Miss Lynch, D. Brown, Bence, Durrell, Peck, Bauge, Craven, Davidson, Leaty, Livingstone, Lynch, Thurber, Gretter, Guthrie, Graves, Arnold, R. Miller, Kopf, Cattell, Neeman, Cole. Third row: Cody, Davis, Е. White, F. Stiles, Gray, Burnett, Agg, Rapp, Rubey, Randau, Hall Р. Shehan, M. Shehan, R, Morris, М. Clay, W. Morris, Canady, Morrissey, R. Carr, Carter, Schmidt, Fourth row: Welke, M. Langford, Maitland, Aplin, Ruth Hansen, McLeod, Pleshek, Van Scoy, Middleton, Beyer, Gamble, Martin, Miller, Baker, Hooker, | Nichols, Hoon, Shupe, Turner, Kennedy, Hiner. | Fifth row: Allen. McElyea, Banks, Levine, McDonald, Hiner, Foster, Murray, Everett, Thoreson, Kintzley, D. Fish, Robert Hansen, — — — — Kuhn, Miller, Miss Lynch, Browning DECLAMATORY Oratorieal Я - = Е - Dorothy Kuhn Dramatic қ Е : Grace Virginia Browning Humorous : : 5 А : Jeanette Muller Our declamatory representatives have won numerous honors this year in the contests in which they have participated. One of the triangular contests was held at Ames. Miss Lynch is the coach, and to her painstaking work, the declamatory winners owe much of their success. DRAMATIC CLUB President - - - - - Derral Коозег Vice President - - - - Marearet (Gamble Seeretary - А 1 : : Franees Middleton Treasurer - - : : : : Laura Arnold Program Committee (Chairman ) - [rene MeCarthy The purpose of the Dramatic Club is to discover talent and ability in its members and to give an opportunity for training through active participa- tion in planning and presenting programs. The programs, given at the weekly meetings, are varied and interesting. They cover such things as plays, stunts, music, and talks on using make-up. Every year the Dramatic Club presents a play at an assembly. This year, “The Lie That Jack Built,’’ was given. The хропхогх аге Miss Kinnier and Miss Lynch. Top row: Maxwell Smith, Harter, Kintzley, Gladwin. Second row: Collins, Crockett, Erwin. Third row: L. Arnold, Mr. Vanderlinden, W. Jones. DEBATE Mr, Vanderlinden and his team of debaters have had a very full and sue- cessful season. The question for debate was: ‘ Resolved: that Congress should enact legislation embodying the principles of the Haugen Farm Кепе Bill, constitutionality waived.’’ We are proud of the splendid work done Бу them this year. Mr. Hamlin, R. Olson, Mather, D. Bradley. JUDGING TEAM The judging team has been very successful imm its work this year. It won first place in the Story County Contest, both in live stock and in grain judging. It also entered the state contest, held at Iowa State College. жғ- у 7 f ЖҰР, 4 Жжл Bentley, Maxwell Smith, J. Hughes, Hemstreet. Ио? — - | - й L 2 7 , MC y U Аа KE ( 5 Ж ў” 3 7 ж” ff 79 г А LZ " L А (cec d КОЛА. 7. ١ “ BOYS' QUARTET Ames High School has always been proud to be represented by its quartet. This year the boys have done some especially outstanding work. At the State Musie Contest at Iowa City, the quartet won second place. a I P а C A 2,7 hy АДРА 4 Ж w THE REGIMENT OF “29 The thirteenth of September dawn’d bright and clear, but a martial sense filled the atmosphere, Апа soon the word spread from mouth to mouth That wisdom had thrown down the gauntlet to youth. Many persons, to answer the summons, came forth, But several., reluctant, were drafted, of course. They got all their weapons down from the shelves, And soon, to this camp life, accustom d theniselves. When but a few days of training had gone, The reeruits chose leaders to urge them on. ‘Take wisdom alive, we don’t want a ghost, v Shouted the general, Dan Hayes, as he took his new post. ‘Yes, alive by all means, " eried Marjorie Sill, The subordinate, —yes, she has a strong will. 4 But who ll keep our money, and file all our books? “Miss Marjorie Dunlap,” replied the recruits. Of course the elub offices, someone must fill, So in many a ease, a recruit filled the bill. For several weeks, little fighting was done, But on the sixth week thine started to hum. Most fought in four battles, a few fought in five; At the end of these battles, most all were alive. And at every six weeks, to renew that event, A reunion was held, a reunion well meant. Things ran remarkably smooth in their course For а while, then the enemy came in full force. So their think-eaps they donn d for when fighting a foe Like semester exams, they need them, you know. Ф They won this great battle, tho’ the foe wasn t killed, And our doughboys fought on ‘till excitement was still ’d. A rather heht skirmish was held now and then To keep up the spirits of our fighting men. So they toiled, and they labored, and plodded, and fought. And ‘tis quite plain to all, hardships were their lot. Our soldiers were fast @ettine restless and stale From hard fighting so lone in this bellicose pale. So a parley was held, and they deereed that soon The great final battle should be held in June. Then followed a period of hard preparation. ч For the first time, acquaintance with arms was begun. Then the battle was held. And it took quite a week Ere the foe did eive up, in a manner most meek. Tho’ our boys won the war, they lost several men— ‘Tis too bad that those few must fight over again. Our regiment won with a laugh full of glee, For next year, the most, tough veterans will be. FREDERIC BATTELL, 29 с. аф аа аа, ана. аа. аа, ан аа, аа а ص‎ а Browning, Scott, M. Madsen 7 МС СА. 2 і p Р - — E же) { € [ = bem { C t 4 a, CAAT 4 — Г GIRLS' TRIO The Girls? Trio, whieh Miss Bower has organized this year, is an innovation in Ames High School, but it has already proved itself to be an entire success. Ames High may be forgiven for being proud of it. The Girls’ Trio was awarded first place in the State Music Contest held at Lowa City, although competing against the largest schools in the state. —— 7 у T " . Й H 4 ж, JUNIOR CLASS PLAY Richard Howard.............. Derral Kooser James моле... Donald Fish Robert Ca§Well................ Oran McElyea Мт: 21 -Francis Jones Charles Gilmore...............David Moody 0 а Steven Bingham............. Robert Brown a) ANN oe — — Joseph Norman Elaine Foster .............- Irene McCarthy Mrs. Howard............ Margaret Thurber Elsie Howard.................. Carolyn Carter Жж May kennedy " The Big Idea, " a play in three acts was presented by the Junior Class under the direction of Miss Lynch. The play, itself, was unusually fine, and the trick of having the two leading characters write the play they were at that moment acting, lent an effect of pleasing bewilderment. Nothing was lost by using the cast selected, for all played their parts admirably. OPERETTA Pedro, an Innkeeper....Everett Bentley Felipa, his Daughter............ Ruth Scott Carlos: an Outlaw.......- Maxwell Smith Pepita, a Mexiean Maud................. yer pa Pn CQ Grace V. Browning Romero, a Smueele Henry Hepworth, an American Mil- Dignare e Donald Hemstreet Jane Hepworth, his sister-.-......... - ا ب‎ а Ruth Raymond Wilson, his Valet....Conrad Stephenson r.. Roscoe Donahoo An unusually fascinatine musical comedy was ''Pepita, whieh was pre- р | о sented by the Girls’ Glee Club and the Mixed Chorus. The scene is laid mm Mexieo and there you have infinite possibilities for romance, most of which were utilized. The production was directed by Miss Bower. SENIOR CLASS PLAY Bernard 00815. Clarence Beck Eunice Іпсейі5.................... Ruth Wagner Noel Derby.............- John Hughes Deo Daye == — Curtis Woodruff Клойамсы а сос Helen Gretter Я МИСС и Магу Веуег Elliott Kimberly... Mrs. Bradley (Granny )...Julia Baker HUSH IMAG 0 Donald Bradley Ronald Murdock........ Thurston Adams Поле Cs Marcella Howell Bradley Ingals..........Verdene Anthony Daemar Carroll.......... Rosevelle Miller — Jake Gottfried “The Goose Hanes High,” a comedy in three acts, was presented by the Senior Class on May 31 and June 1. A family of thoughtless spendthritts are halted in their mad race for excitement because the father prefers to lose his position rather than his honor. They uphold his stand, and their sacri- fices bring them happiness., 3 N | КертесчгіаНУ% LEONNEIS Е a EU Dci E. " Fe Я ть ы 177177: YF 22 о ыы ы. ж-е? 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FOOTBALL Ames 0------ North High 9 Ames 2-------- Jefferson 12 Ames 13 --------- Colfax 0 Ames 0--------- Newton 0 Алпан а TTS NEVA 0 АЗ СЕ ЛАЦ ре о ВО Û Ames 113 - - - - - Marshalltown 0 Ames 0----------- Colo 25 Ames 41 - - ----- Story City 0 Ames 2---- Valley Junetion 15 Taking everything into account, we may say that Ames High has had the most successful football season this year, that it has had since the champio n- ship days of 2I. Considering the seoring end of it, we outscored our opponents 25 points. The totals were: Ames 96, Opponents 61. Our team seored in every possible way sanctioned by the rules committee. Touchdowns, points after touch- downs, place kicks, drop kicks, and safeties were found in our scoring column. Although there were seven letter men available at the beginning of the season, there were never more than three veterans in any game, due to paren- tal objection and injuries. Therefore, Mr. Campbell was working with prac- tically a new team. When arranging the schedule for this season, Mr. Campbell did not pick and choose; consequently, we played tour of the strongest teams in the state. They were Colo, Valley Junction, Newton, and North High. Each of these teams lost only one game during the entire season. Seven of the teams we played outweighed us and only three were “our size, " but our men made up in speed what they lacked in weight. Coach Campbell declared that he has never handled a better team in speed, weight, and intelligence in his nine years of coaching experience. The battle, with these four strong teams, reduced our pereentage to .555; but even at that, our team did better than we expeeted, considering the strength of the opposing teams. They deserve all the praise that they received. Sixteen men won their major letters in football this vear. Richardson, end. and Erickson, halfback. won their third letter in football. Four others. Hansen, Oberg, Fish, and MeGriff received their second letter im this sport. Martin, Truesdell, Cole, Hemstreet, Walatka, Anthony, Daubert, Rug Arnold, and Kooser each won their initial monogram. Pettit and Hagen failed to complete the required number of quarters, but were awarded minor letters. oles, Maxwell Brockman and Thurston Adams were also given minor awards for their persistence in coming out for football practice for three years, although they made no regular berth on the team. A good football team cannot be possible without good trainers, and the vood work of Axelton, Bovd, rown, and Pickett in keeping the boys fit. had a great deal to do with the success of the season. с? 1 “а =” Anthony, Richardson, Martin, Fish. VERDENE ANTHONY " Burr " Епа A small plaver—but, O My! It was impossible to catch him asleep, and he was a constant menace to the opposing teams on the recervine end of Passes. OTTO RICHARDSON " BIG BOY " Lineman Was out part of the season, due to injuries, but played consistent football while he was in the game. Played anywhere on the line with equal excellence, and was very proficient at opening holes for our backfield. Won his third letter in football this усаг. ROGER MARTIN (Captain) " Isadore' Center and End A fast and aggressive player. Was responsible for many of our victories because of his swift and sure passing of the ball from center. DONALD FISH “Shrimp” Tackle Won his second letter in football this year. A shifty player on defense and a plunger on the offensive. Has another year with A. H. S. Hansen, McGriff, Erickson, Truesdell. LeROY DAUBERT “Handy” End Excelled in snaring passes. He will be available material for two more years on the team. DERRAL KOOSER “Barefoot” Backfield An efficient 'ball-toter " and his runs were good for gaims almost every time. Heisa Junior, so will be back next year. FRED HAGEN " Pedro " Backfield A clean player, always on the job, and willing to do his part. He was so fast that he had to ‘‘air-cool’’ his legs. Another Junior. He failed to play long enough for a major letter and was given a minor monogram. ROBERT HANSEN " Iron-man' Center Bob was out of the eame quite a bit because of an injured rib and also a Г broken wrist. A fighter from the word go.”’ o t i — — Walatka, Arnold, Cole, Hemstreet. HOWARD McGRIFF “Мас” Backfield Piloted the team to vietory from his position as quarterback, А good general and triekv in running the ball down the field. AUDREY ERICKSON " Audey " Backfield " Audey " ' hit the line like a locomotive and was generally good for a gain. He also won his third letter in football this season, RAY TRUESDELL " Tiny " Tackle An excellent addition to our team. Had speed enough to make his weight felt, and generally got what he started out after. Just a ‘‘Mere Sophomore.’ JOHN WALATKA “Johnnie” End and Tackle Another speed demon and not a fly-weight, either. He will have two more years of competition in football. 4 77 LA 47 yuo” BER Ruggles, Daubert, Kooser, Hagen. DALE ARNOLD " Bugs " End and Backfield A neweomer this year, and a valuable player both on defense and offense. DONALD COLE " Donny " Guard A strone point in our line. He never needed reinforcement and always “Got his man. " Another sophomore; come again, Donny. DONALD HEMSTREET " Hemstitch " Tackle Don not only played taekle; he also tackled them. His length and reach made him difficult to avoid. This was his last year. FRANKLIN PETTIT “Chubby” Center Alternated with ‘‘Isadore’’ Martin at center when Hansen was not present. He also has two more years left in this school. He failed to complete enough quarters for a major letter but was given a minor monogram. ИН» a ней | | |» | ١ бар банкке agg бин ن‎ OOOO EE EOE Ee EO EEE oe — = - e + am = - 1 ал Pettit, Adams, Brockman, Oberg. CLIFTON OBERG " Click " Guard " Chek " ' has won his second letter in football, although he is only a sophomore. THURSTON ADAMS “Old Faithful” Guard Did not play enough to secure a letter but was awarded a minor monogram for coming out for football for three years. MAXWELL BROCKMAN “Silo” Guard Also awarded a minor letter for being on the job for three years although he had no regular berth on the team. Boyd, Axelton, Pickett, Brown. TRAINERS FARWELL BROWN A very capable and obliging trainer. He was exceedingly quick on the dashes between lockers. ROBERT BOYD Coach Campbell's office boy—one of them ment. Always willing to help out. and a wonder at applying lini- MARVIN AXELTON Another speed demon in the locker room. His time was a trifle faster than Brown's but he oeasionally made a mistake. Still we all do that. LLEWELLYN PICKETT Coach Campbell’s other private secretary, The trainers had to do all the dirty work and so they deserve more praise than anyone would think of giving them. Top row: Brockman, Stephenson, Kelley, Coach Campbell, Jones, Carr, Pettit, Sherman, Thoreson, McGriff, Cole. Richardson, Erickson, Arnold. Martin, Anthony. Ames 19 - A И R Marshalltown 15 DECEMBER 10, 1926 Due to their ability to hit the basket from the ott line. our boys emerged victorious from this first eneounter of the basketball season. Ames caged five out of seven free throws while Marshalltown secured only four. Seorme from the field was even up to 14 points each. As a whole the game was very ragged. At times it looked like a basketball game, but then again football tacties pre- vailed. Ames 16 , : - - Е Nevada 23 DECEMBER 17, 1926 Although the scoreboard spelled defeat, the boys showed up very ereditably. Their ‘‘ball-handling’’ ability was greatly improved and their team play was «ood. They were unable to hit the hoop consistently. The most pressing need of our team at this time seemed to be about five pairs of those mysterious things known as ‘‘basket eves.”’ | " m 0 = ١ п Ames 9 - - - - - - Boone 24 DECEMBER 22, 1926 The third trial is proverbially lucky but our Little Lady Luck failed us in the third game of the season, It is no disgrace, however, to be beaten by a stronger team, and the Boone five clearly out-played us all through the game. Ames 1] Е - - З е д Grinnell 25 JANUARY 8, 1927 This game was so soon after Christmas that the referee was still playing Santa Claus, and consequently he allowed our hosts a number of shots at the basket from the gift line. These free throws decided the game in favor of our opponents. Our boys tought gamely to the end, but were unable to throw off the jinx which they seem to have acquired in some strange way. Ames 15 Е - = - - : Newton 410 JANUARY 14, 1927 Our ‘‘hoodoo’’ was still going strong. The invincible Newton aggregation administered to us the severest drubbing an Ames High School basketball squad has.ever received. They scored 34 points from the floor and six from the foul line. Their offensive play was brilliant and effective and their defense, im- preegnable. Ames 12 : - : - - Oskaloosa 30 JANUARY 15, 1927 Rather disheartened by their overwhelming defeat of the night before, our boys received another beating. Oskaloosa out-played them in the first half, and although they pulled themselves together in the second period, it was too late to save the game. Ames 9 - Е - : : - Nevada 23 JANUARY 21, 1927 In this game, our offensive play was dashed to pieces by Nevada’s veteran guards, Briley and Schilling, Anthony and Martin played effectively on the defensive but were unable to withstand Nevada’s repeated onslaughts. Ames 9 - - - : - - Boone 25 JANUARY 22, 1927 Опсе again, Boone triumphed over us. In the first half we gave Boone a great deal of competition, but in the second half our opponents had everything their own Way. Ames 12 E А : : - Е Newton 30 JANUARY 29, 1927 Newton eame to Ames and onee more defeated us by à wide margin. Although they almost duplieated their feat of two weeks before, they were unable to add the extra 10 points to equal their former score. | | Ames 20 - 5 = С 5 Story City 19 FEBRUARY 4, 1927 The seoreboard showed the eloseness of this game. Until the final whistle, the outeome of it still remained in doubt. Story City seemed to have the edge on us during the initial period, and they lead us by four points at the half, but in the second stanza our boys regained their stride and evened the score. From then on it was nip and tuck. Although Story City scored only four field goals during the entire game, their proficiency at the foul line made them dangerous opponents, Ames 9 : : - : Marshalltown 14 FEBRUARY 12, 1927 This game was very ragged. Each team's passing was faulty and fumbles were frequent. There was little seoring in the first half, but in the first few mo- ments of the seeond, Marshalltown sank two long back court shots and then they secured six more counters to win the ваше. Ames 23 - - - - = Story City 15 FEBRUARY 18, 1927 Due to infractions of the training rules, Coach Campbell was forced to re- vamp his whole squad just before this game. This was the first game in which the old Ames High pep was evident in our playing. Ames 17 - - А : : Grinnell 13 | FEBRUARY 19, 1927 To show that their victory over Story City was not a fluke, our new combina- tion took Grinnell’s measure by a 17-13 score. This was an entirely new team, but they counted seven field-goals to our opponents’ six, and three free throws to their one. Ames 10 : : : E и А Oskaloosa 19 FEBRUARY 25, 1927 Our fighting five held the “Bologna Brigade’ on even terms during the first period but went to pieces in the final period. Superior weight and strength was responsible for our defeat. DISTRICT TOURNAMENT AT BOONE Ames 12 - : - - е : Boone 24 In the first round of the district tournament at Boone, we were eliminated by the strong Boone quintet. No alibi is necessary, as they were plainly the better team, and playing on their own floor gave them a slight advantage. Top row: Doggett, Payton, Jones, D. Fish, Brown, McElyea, Devore, R. Baldwin, Malcolm. Second row: King, McCurdy, Morrison, McGriff, Lloyd, Damon, Hiner, Mr. Eiker, C. Fish, F. Baldwin, Cole, Richardson, Pickett, Truesdell, Ruggles, Murphy, Foster. Ames 10 : а й я й Eldora 92 JANUARY 15, 1921 Our old rivals triumphed over us in this, the first encounter of the season. We were handicapped in the lighter weights by lack of experience. Cole, Richardson. and Rueeles won their bouts, and Fish wrestled to a draw. Al- though we were defeated, the prospects seemed bright for the season, for we made a very ereditable showing. Ames 15 : 5 - 2 - Marshalltown 12 JANUARY 21, 1927 In this meet, King, a husky little newcomer, started our seoring off with a resounding erash when he threw his man in 50 seeonds. We were vietors in four other matehes and wrestled to a draw in two. Ames 15 : 1 г - - Clarion 15 JANUARY 28, 1927 Clarion gained a comfortable lead in the first two bouts, but forfeited it in the 105 lb. event. From then on, the score fluctuated considerably and finally ended the meet with a score of 15 all. TUR UTE cae cmm (rw ФТ М ГК |е | | | | m LM - T | е Ы » Ames 29 : з : Eagle Grove JANUARY 29, 1921 Eagle Grove went down to an overwhelming defeat before our grapplers. Only two matches were sacrificed to our opponents. This vietory was a boast =] to the morale of the squad. Ames 8 1 = - - - - - Eldora 22 FEBRUARY 4, 1921 Just as we began to feel quite confident, the boys from Eldora came over and trounced us soundly. Their veteran team seemed to be improving by leaps and bounds. Ames 12 - E : А : 5 Clarion. 127 FEBRUARY 5, 1927 Again we were forced to submit to the whims of fate, and Clarion once more tied the score. Victory was within our grasp several times during the last match. but “Tiny” Truesdell was unable to defeat ‘‘Hagie’’ of Clarion. The mateh ended in a draw, and this tied the score of the meet. Ames 21 - = : к - Marshalltown 12 FEBRUARY 11, 1927 We administered a most decisive defeat to Marshalltown in this parley. We allowed them only three matches, while we took three falls and as many de- c1S10ns. Ames 253 - - - - - Eagle Grove 2 FEBRUARY 12, 1927 The feature of this eneounter was King's match with Stryker of Eagle Grove. King went 10 lbs. over his weight with Strvker, and sueceeded in throwing his opponent in 50 seconds. Eagle Grove secured one match in the 125 Ib. division whieh gave 2 points. STATE HIGH SCHOOL TOURNAMENT All of our men except Ruggles, Richardson, and Cole were eliminated in the initial round. Ruggles succumbed in the second round but Otto went through to seore second place in the 135 lb. class. Dick Cole emerged as state champion in the 115 lb. class and Ames took sixth in the state, with a score of 6 points in a field of 18 contesting teams. This ended our most successful wrestling season. Top row: Richard Cole, Howard McGriff, R. Martin, T. Adams, H. Carr, Kelly, Allen. Second row: Moody, Kirchoff, W. Jones, D. Fish, Anthony, McLaughlin. TRACK Last season's track was fairly successful although nothing sensational was accomplished. At the Drake Relays, Ames was one of the first six Class B schools to qualify, and placed third in the preliminaries and fifth im the finals. At the Grinnell “G” Club invitation meet, we placed fifth in a field of twenty teams with 12 points. Each of the four teams above us was from a Class A school. At the district meet held at Marshalltown we placed third with 2245 points in a field of twenty. We qualified three men, Smith, Roup, and MeGriff, to send to the State meet, where we placed seventh with fifty teams competing. In the Story County Triangular meet we scored just a fraction over halt the total points. One hundred and fifty-three points were possible and we were credited with 76 5 6 of them, Fifty teams from all over the state competed at the interseholastie meet at Iowa City, and with only two men entered we took seventh place again. AY “ Ines TRALEE ELLIE} АТЕНЕ [| È | «7 — — 1 2 به — — = d K GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION OF AMES HIGH SCHOOL " Play for all, and all for play. " " That's the slogan of the Ames High School Girls’ Athletic Association, and it quite reveals the purpose of such an organiza tion in Ames High School. This is a new project and it has been accepted by the girls as a needed and very welcome organization. There is only one disap- pointing thing about it—the Senior girls will have no chance to earn awards, but, of course, everything must have a startine point. All Ames High girls are associate members of this organization and may become active members by earning one hundred ponts and paying ten cents semester dues. Senior girls of this vear may be elected as honorary members by a two-thirds vote of the aetive members. Both aetive and associate members may take part in any aetivity sponsored by the Association, but only aetive members are eligible for eleetion on the Athletie Council and have voting privileges. This Council regulates the activities and membership of the organization. The girls’ athletic instructor and the principal of the High School have the power to veto its actions. Two girls are elected from each class, at regular class meetings for organization, to act on this Council. The awards given are letters, class numerals, and pins. To win a minor ‘A’, six hundred and fifty points must be earned, one hundred points in sports, one hundred in health, seventy-five in physical education work, and three hundred points in outside activities. To win a major ‘‘A’’, one thousand points must be earned, one hundred and fifty points in sports, one hundred and fifty т health, one hundred and ten in physical education work, and three hundred 1р outside activities. These points carry over from year to year so a great number of active members ought to eet either their major or mmor A's. " We are sure that the girls will be delighted to find that they can now earn letters. It was a creat disappointment to many of the girls who came into High School when they found that there was no way for them to win these, and that their work was done solely for the pleasure that they themselves would derive from it. All active members are entitled to wear the Association pin, the design for which, the girls will work out. For two or three years people have paid little attention to girls’ athletics and have not seemed to realize that girls are just as anxious to earn, and are just as proud of, an ‘‘A’’ as boys. The class winning the high- est percentage of points each year will be aw arded a class numeral to be placed on a G. A. A. banner and will also be entertained by the Association. But the winning of awards is not all that this organization offers to eirls. It offers an opportunity to show better sportsmanship, cleaner playing, and a pride in self, and since there will be both personal and group honors awarded, many girls who know that they alone cannot win awards, but can aid a group in doing so, will be encouraged to participate in sports. This organization in our High School will help to bring girls’ athleties and physical education work to a higher standing in the community and to arouse the рана of more girls in this work. The desire of the Association is to have all girls become active members and to do their bit in making the G. A. A. a lasting success. AVES BOOST EOR G A A A7 BASKETBALL Basketball was the second and most popular event in girls’ athletics. The eames were played off in the form of a Round Robin Tournament, in which the Sophomores again carried off the high honors, [n addition to the elass teams, in this event, a special team was formed of oils from the three elasses. The points in basketball were awarded just as they were in volley ball, but it was a much harder proposition to win them because of the number that went out for this sport, The results of this event were: Sophomores 39 - - - : Specials 14 Specials 22 - - - =| 1s, - Seniors 25 Sophomores 37 Р : - Seniors 21 Seniors 94 А - I - : Juniors 10 Sophomores 25 - - | - Juniors 19 Juniors 32 - А : : Е Specials 19 55%%%%%%%%5 VOLLE M BA LL The first event of interest in girls’ athletics was the volley ball elimination tournament, which the Sophomores won. There were three volley ball teams: Sophomore, Junior and Senior. Each team was composed of girls from the respective classes. The girls who made teams and were working for their Girl Reserve Emblem, received one point toward winning it. Those who did not make a team but who attended all practices, were awarded one-half point toward their emblem. Members of the winning team received one point extra. The scores of the games were as follows: Sophomores 52 5 : - : Seniors 24 Sophomores 32 - - - - Juniors 24 А BASEBALL The last contest, in which the girls’ teams will participate, will be the base- ball tournament. A much smaller group is out for baseball than for either volley ball or basketball. Baseball does not seem to be so popular a sport as basketball or volley ball. Perhaps the reason for this is that it calls for a great deal of skill in handling the ball, or that it ealls for a considerable amount of muscle. On the other hand, the tennis eourts are in fine order an dthe weather (when it doesn't rain) is just right for tennis; and this, instead of the reasons stated above, may be the cause of the shortage of baseball players. Let us hope that either the Seniors or the Juniors have some good luck and a few good ‘‘swatters’’ so that they will be able to defeat the Sophomores, who have won both of the other tournaments. | (be — c— Á—Á —À مس‎ din а nn 1 — 3 1926 Sept. 13. 18. 6 .) = А Осі. 2 М 9. д 13. $ 16. " i 22. 4 2 2. 29. + 30. Хоу. 4. Ме 4-2. ІШЕ Hn 20. Dec. 6. " E — 14 МА 22. “е 24. to Jan. 1927 Jan. 4. 6 . 11 i 12 - 13. 14. l9 A 15. A 21. 235 22 THE CALENDAR The grand rush for (or is it from?) knowledge started. The football season started with Ames thrown for a loss. Ames 0; North High 9. Ames High mixer. Thirteen proved to be a lucky rather than an unlucky number for Ames. Ames 13; Colfax 0. Ames took a rest and grabbed only two points, but allowed none to Nevada. Howard McGriff won the 92-yard dash for a touchdown. Ames 14; Marshalltown 0. " Spirit " Staff pienice. The Staff didn’t send back much cider! Атпев “тап ауау” with six touchdowns, and beat Story City 41-0. The Girl Reserves served tea to their grandmothers. Jefferson took the game by a score of 12-2. Ames High became ‘pepped up”’ for the Homecoming event. Ames High tied Newton 0-0. Зоопе was humbled by a 21-0 seore. The Teachers’ Convention allowed us a much needed vacation. No school today. The Colo boys went home with a 25-0 victory. We were defeated by Valley Junction 16-3. First basketball game of the season: Marshalltown 15, Ames 19. Our debaters lost to Newton. The Nevada ‘ Basketeers”’ took the game with a 23-16 score. Boone said ‘ Ditto’’ and the game ended with our team on the short end of the 24-9 score. We were sorry to leave school to take our Christmas vacation. The new stage curtain was dedicated. Ames bowed to the Grinnell cagers and presented them with a 20-11 victory. Our affirmative debating team beat boone. Тһе ЗА " Club initiated its new members. Ames, Eaele Grove, and Iowa Falls argued it out'' in a tril- aneular meet. The Ames negative team took first place. Basketball: Newton took 40 to our 15. The Eldora wrestlers took the first match 25-10. Ames lost to Oskaloosa in a 30-12 basketball game. Basketball: Ames 9, Nevada 23. Ames grapplers defeated the Marshalltown wrestlers 15-12. Boone reaped a second victory in a 25-9 basketball game. бұла яға як «ене т-- -------. ---- о - — — — — — — — — — Feb. Mareh .- b Аргії 25. 29 90 4. 4. +) 10. at I Clarion tied our wrestling team with a score of 15. Ames High mat men downed the Eagle Grove team by à seore ог 29-І, The Ames High ' " basketeers " were outdone by Newton in а ol-12 game. The Ames Hish cagers located the basket and defeated Story City by a score of 20-19. The Eldora wrestlers gained 25 points to our 8. The Ames and Clarion grapplers again tied with a seore of 12. Ames High won the Triangular Declamatory contest with Ne- vada and Story City. Junior Class Play, ‘The Bic Idea,’ was presented. The Marshalltown mat men went down in defeat in a 21-12 mateh. | The Ames High wrestlers proved superior to the men from Eagle Grove. The result was 23-2. Marshalltown took the basketball game with a score of 14-9. Our affirmative debaters lost to Webster City. The Ames High cagers again defeated Story City; this time by a 23-15 score. Thirteen was unlucky for Grinnell, especially when our ‘‘ Bas- keteers ` had seventeen. Richard Cole won the State wrestling championship in the 115 lb. elass. Otto Richardson won third place in the 135 lb. class, losing first place on the flip of a coin. This basketball game went to Oskaloosa, the score beine 19-10. Our Declamatory team lost to Jewell. Dorthy Kuhn took sec- ond place. The Ames High wrestlers wrung a 31-1 vietory from Jordan. The last basketball of the season went to Boone: the: seore was 24-12. Triangular Declamatory contest between Ames, Boone, Newton. Ames took cne first place and one second. The Ames Affirmative Debatine team won an argument from Perry. The Perry Affirmative team again weot the worst side " of the argument. Drake Debating Tournament. Ames was eliminated by Center- ville. Solo tryouts were held. Maxwell Smith and Ruth Raymond were awarded first places. Richard Cole deteated Cyril Mitchell, 1927 National champion in the A. A. U. wrestling meet. Music contest at Jefferson, Maxwell Smith, soloist, and Girls' T к. I TATE бе 27 хз ) 8 = à | rio, consisting of Grace Virginia Browning, Ruth Scott, and Mary Madsen took first place. The Girls’ Glee Club was placed second. ad s cmd ней بيبا يبب ا ے‎ ран — — — dc нам ланы i аа e — а Е: 2 = ڪڪ‎ ad == — — — — — — T —————— ы ы % — — — — — — -e لعي‎ - — — 2 " + — — — — — ER سم‎ 4 DL а — ЎР 4 7 7, 5 » Ў ЖУР, % 8 M April 18-20. Senior Class Play tryouts were held, is 23. Triangular Track Meet held at Ames with Story City and Neva- da. Ames won by a wide margin. May Yo. Senior Breakfast and Assembly, | 26-27. Senior Exams. | А, 28. Junior-Senior Banquet. ў 29. Annual Class Sermon. 30. Decoration Day. Hurrah, no school! May 31- June 1. Senior Class Play. € June 2. Senior Class Night Program. | 1 3. Commencement Exercises, is 3. Last day of school. Freedom dawns! HONOR ROLL ай Betty Beckman Mary Brindley Garnet Edgerton Elizabeth Fish Jean Guthrie Ruth Hansen Louis Havens Bernice Kunerth Margaret McL eod Raymond Shipman 0 а 4 7 2 4 а А МЕМОКҮ ВООК 15 JUST THE THING + | | | | | | | | | | | Keepsakes of the Happy Days—snapshots, pro- | | grammes, clippings, athletic records, personal j | cards and autographs of your classmates will stay | | with you thru the years to come if you put them | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | e in a Memory Book NOW. | See our special High School books | REYNOLDS IVERSEN | Ames News Stand : —————————————————————————— — а ано —t — — — — — — ç — — — — — — — — — — — — — еа ао 1 г AN IDEAL Every individual has a goal. For years this Bank has had an ideal. We believe you will find here that which you would expect from a sound, conservative bank- ing institution. ., К " ч, м [o P 7 V э є —— -I بم‎ Мг. М. С. Davis was at his first baseball game. During the game when he was lookine away from the game, a foul tip hit him on the ear and knoeked him senseless. On comine to himself, he asked faintly, What was 1??? “А foul only a foul. " " (Good heavens! " he exelaimed, “А fowl? Ithoueht it was a mule.’ AMES STORAGE BATTERY CO. Brintnall and Philco Batteries Dorothy Kuhn: What is that old Electrical Service proverb about the moss and the roll- ing stone? " Jibby Jones: “A revolyine frag- ment of the Paleozoic age collects no сгуртосатпопх vegetation. N. J. BRINTNALL mm س‎ аа — Stanley Collins: “I wish I had monev, I'd travel.” Mr. Lare: ‘‘How much do you need?” Masonic Bldg. Phone 418 I il e — — 1 1 e Hn — — — — — — — “а‏ س وا G — — — Ф‏ س — — EE le ls Ee | fe | he | Se‏ 00 — — — — о ا ا س‎ ў] нн ЇЇ U‏ — — — — — — — س HIPLEY - PEDERSE .Satisfaction Assured T DEDICATED TO THE MIXED CHORUS AND THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB The tenor sang in Spanish; The basso sane in Dutch. Had [ the hang of what they sang? Well, not so very much. The baritone sang Russian. He really seemed to be An awful hit, though I admit [t was all Greek to me. At 611116171119 music I’m not so very good; But, bless your heart, I like the part That I have understood. Whether it be DRY GOODS READY TO WEAR MILLINERY ART GOODS NOVELTIES و к‏ و و و ف و اا а‏ و و заь, аа аа» дн.‏ Otto Richardson: Аге vou vood looking?’ Ruth Scott (coyly) : ‘They tell me І ат.” Otto: “Then go down to the study hall and look for my pen. I lost it. " As we have served the Girl Graduate thru her school years. may we continue to serve in the same satisfactory manner in the years tO come. ل A SH me‏ سے ا i i‏ اه دا مله ia m UO m М9 ————— «в ——— 0 9 —— ои —— ое س الل س‎ (са а а па = nl — — — — — — — — — — — — — ir OO am e — — — — — — — — — 00 A. H. HAGEN Hardware, Paints, Cutlery, Sporting Goods — — — [ooo D р + — — — — --- — t i Phone 389 | 211 Main - - Ames, Iowa к rs ы — — — ا س‎ سس و‎ tt settee В i HEDRICK'S | і Campus Toggery Youne Men’s Furnishings Campustown о س س‎ ١ مک — — — — 0 — — ٠) ٠) - ж-,! . м.‏ م || 4| ست إ) | س || «кене Қ‏ )| )|( سس ۽ ois Ra Ct Ra a a a a a | + Ames KURTZ CAFETERIA 6th and Grand Liberty Bldg. Des Moines ا — · — او س ھا س اا م س i ee‏ Om ee наа " фе FF № Ү diia : j ] % Е e In going through the records, we find an old essay on cats composed by Boyd Young. ' Cats made for little boys and girls to maul and tease is called Maltese Cats. Some cats is known by their queer purrs—these are called Pur- sian Cats. Cats with bad tempers is called Angorrie Cats. Cats with deep feelin’s is called Feline Саїх. Our Freneh correspondent says this of the English language. " When I diseovered that if I was quick I was fast, and that i£ I was tied [ was fast, 1f I spent too freelv I was fast, and that not to eat was to fast, [ was diseouraged. But when I eame across the sentence, The first one won one dollar prize,” I was tempted to eive up trying to learn English. " + — — — — — — (С V — 1 Oh, have Fields do it Operators that know their stuff LeMur Beauty Shopp Phone 1069 ا — س ل —i — n‏ — 2 — — .4“«— — 4 س مل — — — » — 4 | | | | | | | | | м — — — — — 4 + — — — — —— — — — — — — — — LITTLE BROTHERS REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE Property near College a Specialty. Farm Lands, City Property, Insurance of all kinds 322 Main St. Phone 196 ee e s — — — — — — — — — — — — 0 — — tt i " ч. — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 The Union National Bank and Union Trust and Savings Bank Ames, lowa Largest Bank in Ames and Story County. A safe Bank for conservative people—also progressive. The Bank with the chime clock. + — ..-- -.-..-.-.-....................-.........әз--н----з- сл өр — — — — — — cmm Mmm ў] Д] «нан» 8. (ў «нан» (ў АЎ «нана 4] 1 «ане ў] (7 «ане (Ў 7] чана» (Ў (Ў a — Й 4 «кене» (8 4) «кене» |) o RÀ ÓÀ o Й) | синю — — — ў] (ў «нашае ў] (уу — — — —‏ | 0 — — — — — ووس سا سوا | | | | | | | | | | + Miss Seaman: ‘ Give some quota- tions you ve learned from the Bible.’ Stanley Collins: 'And so Judas went and hanged himself. " Miss Seaman: “Good, vive an- other. Stanley : “(ао thou and do like- wise. Ames' Leading Fuel Mer- chants extend vou con- sratulations Ruth Raymond to auto salesman: “Yes, I understand about the carbur- etor and all those other parts. Now please show me the depreciation. I’ve been told that it gives more trouble than anything else.’ AMES GRAIN « COAL COMPANY Exclusive Distributors Once upon a time an absent-minded professor came home, put his cane in bed and stood himself up in the cor- ner, ate his shoe strings and tied his spaghetti, washed his hands, threw the water in bed and jumped out the window. " Carbon King Coa! " “Oul-o-matie Fuel Oil” Pure Oil Products + — سو الى‎ NO — НВ (М (П OR روم‎ O U IN O OG QO O O gg س‎ G 1 ES ОЧ чен па на а н таннае — — 11١ || ою П] [Й чанне اا ا‎ i и ин и и и п ўў — — — — — — — — — — — — т T m И TAT da Жы” + | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | + КАТ аї PURITAN І. W. SMITH I — — سے 0 0 ان سے | ل‎ в — مس | لز‎ — — — — — — ў ў «ане бр — —— — і 1l аа аа а ан Я ана рф Of the beasts familiar to us 1n our early grades two at least have be- come extinct. One was the 'eonse- crated cross-eyed bear we used to sing about in Sunday school; the other that creature of wonderful speed and endurance, the " equator, | or ‘“‘menagerie lion’ that ran around the earth, Cireus Man (after runaway ele- phant):; ‘‘Have you seen a strange animal around here? " Farmer: “I have that. There was an India rubber bull eating my ear- rots with his tail. " | A canny young firsher named Fisher Once fished from the edee of a fissure. A fish with a erin Pulled the fisherman in— Now they're fishing the fissure for Fisher, Shott shot the first shot, and the shot Shott shot shot not Knott. The shot Shott shot shot not Knott, so Shott shot again, and once more the shot Shott shot shot not Knott, but the shot Knott shot shot Shott. so Knott won notwithstanding, Here 1s a letter the Editor recently received and his reply. Dear Editor—I am in love with a homely girl, but she doesn't seem to eare for me, while a pretty girl, with lots of money Wants То marry me. What shall T do? Answer—Marry the one vou love, and send me the name and address of the other one. We've , decided that} this) Spirit’s dumb prize should go to the girl who went to a tonsorial parlor to have her tonsils removed, Safety for Savings Assets over $1.280.000 Invest any Amount at any Time Ames Building Loan Assn. A. H. MUNN, Pres. CHAS. B. ASH, Sec.-Treas. СЯ ja — EE н ан о MÀ — — — — — a — 6 6 «кн» ag — 68 — ˖ · —· —4 س ннан анна‏ — — ا س ووس و — — — — — — — — — — اس ا الست اا ست | (EP — — — — — — — — — — — Ў der án n — — — — — — — — — — —⸗ Do. Every High School Student Should | Cultivate Thrift and Savings And the best way to do it is to buy a good life insurance policy, The NEW YORK LIFE has arranged a policy for every boy and girl from 10 years of age upward. You, too, can estab- lish an estate at once, and should your death occur, your family has it, and when old age comes, you have it for yourself. We also have a plan for teachers and sal- aried women, with a monthly life income for yourself. Before buying elsewhere, see what the NEW YORK LIFE will do. EARL V. FISHER, Agent EARL V. FISHER 220 Main Street, Ames - - - Phone 42 The New York Life Man нан ee ae s s s o o o o — —— — — m n n — — ١ d И ни а в е и Й) |) se th — — ll FF FF Fs $ — — — —⸗ سمس م ——— dar a ео ао —— —— SUPERIOR Reeently the Seniors handed in the lists of their activities. Неге are some of the aetual atrocities есіппі1і- ted : Mixed Chorse BARBER Кезі те Tenis SHOP Athletie Treasure Opretta Student Counsel Now where are all the Seniors’ claims to seniority rights? 324 Main St. — — — — — — — — — — — — — 4 — a — я 4 —À 9 — ар — — — 4 р ee ١ مسي‎ The Frenchman did not like the 1 n TE looks of the barking dog barring his way. “It’s all right,” said Gale Morri- son, “don’t you know the proverb: ‘Barking dogs don’t bite?’ ’ ' Ah ves, " said the Frenchman, ° I know ze proverb, vou.know ze proverb, but ze dog—does he know ze prov- erb? 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There's a man downstairs; I'm sure | heard a noise that sounded like a yawn.” ‘Mr. Vanderlinden: “Оһ, со to sleep. What vou heard was probably the rubber plant stretching itself. Cop: ' Come on! What's the mat- ter with vou? " Frances Martin: “Im well, thanks but my engine's dead Lora Lynch: +I never could see why they eall a boat ‘she’.”’ Conrad Stephenson: °° Evidently you never tried to steer опе.” Mr. Vanderlinden: ‘ Do you think class 1s a Joke, young man? " Russell Kintzlev: ‘‘No sir, I’m not laughing at the elass.” а” % ا Ее”;‏ w‏ , ғ‏ й‏ 4 з, ; у, g т يو ° Howard Erwin: “I bought a mo- toreyele here last weeek and you said if anything broke, you would supply me with new parts.” Salesman: “Certainly, what do vou want? " Howard Erwin: “I want two del- toid muscles, a couple of kneecaps, cne elbow, and a half a yard of cu- ticle, and I want them at once.” Paul Croekett: Did. you see those motors skid?” Margaret Gamble: °“ How dare you са] те that? 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А | | | | | | | | | di - д а жь рина : Ч — жены CM һе минн c oem co ле (і “д , --- Ce “ана — + Brannberg Alm Footwear for Every Occasion Youthful Stvles Prieed to fit vour Purse BRANNBERG ALM Shoes and Hosiery " As You Like ПУ” 7 0 — — — — — — — — اا‎ — — — ————— ————— кі + в ннн ل — — — — — — — ⸗ — سس إا لا سسس إا يا سه إا إل سه لا لا س إا از مس إا‎ Marion Peterson: ‘ Noodle soup. veal with tomato sauce, and a cream рой.” Waiter (who has been at the front) ‘Bowl of submarines, camouflage the calf, hurl me a custard erenade. Ray Shipman: “Бау Ноуаға you re all wet!” Howard McGriff: ‘‘ Well you aren t ary vet behind the ears yourself.” Farmer: ‘‘Samanthy, do vou want me to brine you anything from the city today ?”’ His wife: Y es Si. you might bring me a few jars of that traffic jam 1 see advertised in the papers.’ Arkley Minert : ‘ I saw a hie police- man take a tumble on a banana peel. " ' Mae Edwinson: “I see. A fall in copper security.” | P " m. 1 à `- Me Че ИМТ д Pre Ж. ١ 3 | == К: Richard Mixa: “I understand thai there are several women in congress.’ Miss Seaman: “Үсек, suppose all congressmen became women. What then ? " ' Richard Mixa: ‘‘Why, then іі would be a house of Miss Representa- tives.” Harold Sherman : ‘° HOW (10 Vou like hamburger balls?”’ Helen Peek: I don’t know. I nev- er attended one.’ Ethel Davidson: “Why did they hang that picture?” Sam Harter; Perhaps they eouldn' t find the artist. 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Davis: Any abnormal stu- dents in your class?’ Hiker: “Yes, indeed, two of them have good manners.’ “I hear your son's at college,” LED, " How's he doing г " Pretty good, I guess; he's taking three courses. I've just paid out ten dollars for Latin, ten dollars for Greek and a hundred dollars for Seoteh. Elizabeth Fish: I have paid my tare.” Conductor: “I dont recollect it.” Elizabeth : And you won't re-eol- leet it either.” Mr. Wettach ‘ ‘What happens when a lieht falls into the water at an angle of forty-five degrees?’ Herbert Carr: “If roes out.” A Mr. Cobb has married a Miss Webb. He knew that they were meant to be joined ах soon as he spied her. 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Two cats were about to have a duel. " Let us have an understanding be- fore we begin,’’ said one. “About what?” asked the other. “Is 1t to be a duel to the death. or shall it be the best three lives ont of five? " William Gernes: '' You ean't тор a man from thinking.” Helen (yretter : " NO. the difficulty is to start him. Clarence Beck was going out to the college in his саг. He approached a corner on which stood Frances Martin. " Gome my way? " asked the over- anxious Clarence. “Why, ves; which way are you go- і по? " | " Why, I am going the way vou re come.’ “Then vou are voimme north?” SNES " " Well, eive my regards to the Es- quimaux ! Јаке Gottfried: “Тһе undererust to that ehieken pie you brought me was abominably tousgh.'' Waiter: “There wasn't any un- dererust to that pie, sir; it was served in a paper plate, and vou ve eaten Lian . к--- = --- |2 же.) ж. — Ls cm Do cm ТУ cm |) |) cm (i) m Dm m |) Mathison Motor Co. Lincoln Fora Fordson CARS-TRUCKS-TRACTORS Authorized Sales and Service 416 Main St. Phone 37 د‎ Ames, Iowa — — — — — — — — — — — — — ф---»-- اا کے 0 ل سے س ا ا‎ ١ سے ااا سے‎ и G + — — — س | ا‎ M — a =- —« 0| — — — — — — — — س — — — — L. C. TALLMAN JEWELRY Kneraved Cards to use with vour Commencement [Invitations SPECIAL PRICES 236 Main St. — — — — — — — — سد سے acc —S ( і”‏ ا سک + ЕЧ = = ж - = = ж = = | = = c - = = 2 = = = = = - Class C'oats Pennants Hats and Caps Athletie Blankets سے ل سے — и — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — | — a‏ — — — — — — .- Miss Gove: ' Now. what's the next word that comes after cheese? Gordon Stiles: A mouse.” " How is the pig, Pat? " ' " Faith, an he's a reat elutton. " How is that?’’ " Be Jabbers, he drank two pails full of milk, an’ when I put the little rascal in the pail he didn’t half fill IUa Observant youngster: ‘° Oh, look at that funny man, mother! He's sit- tine on the pavement talkine to a banana skin!”’ Eiker: ‘ Yes, they sometimes laun- der the soiled money at the treas- шу Francis Jones: 'Can you tell me where they hang it out? " Ат Í T I ҮС. - F b e e v — — — — In ll M — — — — س‎ — — — — — р p PUT PEP INTO YOUR CLASS BY USING T. M. C. MERCHANDISE Pick out the items from the list below and call on your dealer for your needs: Trophy Banners Pillow Covers Gym Suits Memory Books TILDEN MANUFACTURING COMPANY AMES, IOWA “л ——=4— М Й —— D Laundry Cases Laboratory Aprons Laboratory Coats Monograms иии иии et i i i ALLEN MOTOR СО. MOTOR CARS TRUCKS Ames, lowa 222 Duff Ave. Phone 395 — — — — — — — — — — — — ---.. E‏ ا س ии ни‏ اوسا یدوا 6 i и пл пищ — — — — — — — — — — — — — Salted Nuts, Candy, Sundaes, Sodas and Cold Drinks Always Good at Howard's We appreciate your patronage HOWARD ADAMS — — — — — — — — Й — · — — — — مه سس —— — ———— Oe on a a i аа а ее ж E. H. HAIGLER Staple and Faney Groceries Haviland China—Crockery Fresh and Cured Meats Phone 257 - - 112 114 Duff Av. —— ——— — —— f — — а а جب سس تيبي‎ —— аә — — — ⸗ — — — — — — (д ші + 4--------- coa — — — — — — — — — — Smith Jewelry Co. For all that is good in Jewelry First Door East of Woolworth's — — — — ٠ سے د‎ | — |) | ee “і — — — | سي ١‏ م fo р‏ ا س س ا س ا س ا س اس او س او م Mr. Vanderlinden: “Сап 7 you find something to do?’ Bernard Peyton: ‘Gee whiz! Am I expeeted to do the work and find it too ? Stump Orator: “I want reform; I want government reform; I want labor reform: I want— `’ Don Hemstreet: ‘‘Chloroform!”’ Mildred Kulow, before cooking her first meal (on phone) : ‘‘ Hello, Jones’ Suteher Shop? Please send me a pound of minee meat and be sure it’s а пісе voung mince.’ Mrs. Garo: “Get out of here be- fore I give you a piece of my mind.’ Tramp: “Don’t do that, lady. Save the pieces and maybe you can have the bloomin' thing fixed. е | = Має: ‘‘Does he know anythmeg about athletics? Coach: “Not a thine. He thinks the pole vault is in a bank at War- Saw. OUR IDEA OF AN IDEAL TEST— Placing the answers on the board and asking the students for the ques- tions, Eleanor: I wish heaven had made теа тап.” Fred: It did ; here Гат. Overheard at Senior Class Play Tryouts Miss Lynch: “Are there any girls here who can come tomorrow night instead of tonight? Paul Crockett (absently) “I ean. " Fr و‎ В سسس || إا سے || اا‎ |Ң || س ا ا سے || س‎ Da — GÀ He Got the Job A young man once applied for a position in an eastern bank. “I am not well acquainted in this city,” said he, “but I have my savings de- posit book with me. The banker examined it and found that he had made regular de- posits over a long period. Even though the amounts were small, the principal was still there. On the strength of that book he got the job. And has a better one today. Just another reason why you should have a savings account at the Commercial Savings Bank “A Bank for all the People” AMES, IOWA +. — — T а а 4 4 ------ 6 5 ee |) |) б'ю Й «кке» Áo س‎ ç — 8 4 ----- ЫП ----- Ұй — — —4 + —:: — aa m LN чанне (ў E Án m o n 7 a. Ж)” 9” А 7 ШҰ) 77% We Carry --- а --- Complete Stock qu HG Paint and Glass H. L. MUNN LUMBER CO. — — — —————— ——————————————————— " —— —— Т | | | | | COMPLETE LINE OF SCHOOL | | SUPPLIES | | i Conklin, Parker, and Ingersoll Fountain Pens | | $1.00 to $7.00 | | | | | | JUDISCH BROS. DRUG STORE | | Рһопе 70 і | | | | | iue A e ni » ыы ызы са Саты А Сы ==; + ж” " y 7 РИ 7 7 ц 7 4 ГА, Й, „© BIA, FIVE Russell Kintzlev, who claims he virorout pointed : 3 ; eva comb saw a submarme in Philadelphia last Long, well- mom summer, has asked the committee ghaped АЕ, which is putting on the Squaw Creek revatta, to include a gondola race among the events, “The other ceon- testants wil] пої ре able to see me for dust once 1 oet started up the ктер,” he stated eontidentially to the eommittee, when volcine the sugges- tion, back Plenty o body to put on meat and а fat Sam Harter, president of the Ames High School chapter, League of American Wheelmen, is planning a membership drive to start early next month. All bievele riders are re- quested to attend. Mr. Harter has Larre, stron: bones Just off the prepared a speech on °° After Eduea- range tion— What? " which he will deliver at four а A months At the time. The Ames Hi wheelman Is also associate vice president of the League of American Wheelwomen. Jake Gottfried has invented a small machine eonsisting of two pad- dles, A and B, with whieh to kill potato bugs. Said bug is plaeed on paddle A and struck firmly, but gent- ly, with paddle B. Mr. Gottfried an- nounced that he may decide to locate his factory here if the proper induce- ments are offered. (Hatched February 2, 1926) Barred Rock— " AMES QUALITY CHIX” that sold at $16.00 per 100 Chicks from January to June off all Leading Breeds Verdene Anthony reports that the lightning bues are so thick around his home that the licht shining in his eves prevents him from getting а «ood nieht 's sleep. This, he зау з, is a sure sign of something or other; he forgets what. Custom Hatching a Specialty The Ames Hatchery Phone 1025 123 Kellogg Squire Weston E. Jones wore a small bouquet of bleeding hearts in his lapel vesterday. F. E. MIXA, Manager + — ee — 4 — sr ماک اا اا ل‎ || || ff fH ET С [ў аш — — س || اا ست | ا || س || ال‎ || || — — — — — p ў, 1] Sn маў — — mnm miii ii — — — — І! — — — — — — — — — — — — — — 9 — чиир о ŞO “SOD чернь LL нн Je T yp Н р Dd - — — — — — — — — — — — — — CRANFORD COFFEE SHOP The Best Place to Eat Private Rooms tor Banquets and Parties 2408 Lincoln Way مله — — — اس ا ںا — — — Ф‏ — — — — — — — — — — — — — ١ . — — +. — wo o — — Ff e go нна — — — — — — — — — — — و وکو FINEST FABRICS Come from STEPHENSON’S Opposite Campus Voene and Home Journal Patterns ' الاس‎ а А — — — — e 0690 — — —— 04 — الى سام سوم هو — — — — — ao emo f Io (Fan f — — | | — — — — — — — — — — — — — DAHL VULCANIZING TIRE CO. J. L. Dahl, Proprietor Best Equipped Vulcanizing and Tire Shop in Ames Our motto: “Service” Phone 560-W 412 W. Main St. م س — — ااا س ااا س | ا س | ا ا ИИ‏ + سس ياي سي سي يوم سيم هيو سوج epe‏ — — — — — — — — — — — — — ы. — — — — —— — — — — — — — я Gifts for Graduation at GODARD’S Gift Shop — ў Й س‎ — — |١ - р о ge — LEE SIL MIL Dil i Lond. ld я. = A An Ideal, Keen, Clean Sport AMES CYCLE CO, В On н — ры ро о о — — | | | | | | | | | | | | | + There are a few thoughtful people left in the world, it seems. The Home Economies irls sent to the office a sample piece ої cherry pie which they had made. The cherry, in some way, was lost from between the erusts on the way. Richard Mixa has started work on the pink doilies whieh he is to give away at graduation time. p Little Bobbie Hansen must have «aimed the wrong impression, for the youngster hung up his stockings by the fireplace the night before Easter. (Christmas, not Easter, is the time Santa comes, Bobbie. Miss Petersen recently purchased a ticket to a lecture on Fools. " On the ticket was written, “Admit One.” Ё 7 of سوس‎ 0 LIE 2 n LL + G. H. HUMPHREY, D.D.S. X-RAY Commercial Savings Bank Bldg. Phone 80 = if 3‏ — — —— — — — س — — — — — س )سے اس ا ا لے اس ا )س ا ر سس | -4 et tt — — — — — — — — — — OUR EYE SERVICE Careful Examination Correct Glasses DR. F. E. ROBINSON Exclusive Optometrist Ames, lowa T — — — — — — — — 4 ee © واس و‎ nt re ә س‎ — — — — — — — — — — — — — ١ — — — — —‏ س —⸗ — — — — سس | ا DR. V. J. CRAVEN Chiropractor Little Bros. " Building Telephone: Office 94; Res. 1058 Complete Х-Кау Laboratory и 1 — ці [і — —— 4 р de‏ سس سي سس سيا سس سس هولع — — — — — — — — — — — — --- Е | | | | | | | | | | | | Ames Shining Parlor Quality and Service о аии — — и и анаи — —— 4 | | | | | | | | | | | | | qn m. ; T Russell Kintzley, who was sojourn- ing in the East on his summer vaea- tion, says he rode up Bunker Hill in a sight-seeing bus; and that, he claims, 1s more than the Kevolution- ary heroes ever did. Howard MeGriff says there is no reason for swimming the Catilina Channel, as the boats make regular trips. Mr. Don Fish, after much practice and self denial, is now able to op- erate his Ford while hanging by his toes from a trapeze hung in the top of the саг. Clerk: “This book will do half vour work.” Dale Arnold: quiek ! ' «(Give me two, + | | | | | | | | | | The Fair Grocery, Inc. G. W. BALDWIN, Prop. We have one of the most up-to- date grocery stores in the state. You may serve yourself or be served, We want you to feel at home. We invite you to compare our Price and Quality with others. Fresh Fruit and Vegetables at all times. " Big 3 " Brand, Gallon Fruits and Berries our Specialty. Phones 296-297 Free Delivery p. — مس و و س ل از‎ 4 RÀ — й «---- нн ---- ИИ ----- سسس لا ل‎ G— — — — — ---- 6! ---- с. — a — dl н PH EH е И ўў — — — — — У (і 4 — — — — — | | | | | | | | | | | we ун” аце г тя гц са wv " е " Had! Haul! " I heard a poet sing, " Thy charms unveil! Hail, Gentle Spring! " And “Gentle Spring?) Her eharms unveiled And hailed and hailed And hailed and hailed. Mr. Wettach: ‘‘What happens whwhen a man's temperature goes down as far as as 1t ean £077 John Scharf: ‘He has cold feet, SII. Dale Arnold: “Can a person Бе punished for something he hasn't done? " Mr. Vanderlinden: " ОЇ course пої. " D. А.: ' Well, I haven't done my eometry yet. " ir = | | | | | | | | | | | | HART, SCHAFFNER MARX CLOTHING And a Complete Stock of Furnishings JAMESON'S — — — — — — — i ee ee ا‎ “ғ — 2 — на А — 4 т ищи 1---и. — --..-.-фф оаа м — m, р a = ELS Че МТ. ВО тр М — ў! (І ин «шша te oe‏ —— — — — — — — — سي سي سس بن سس مولي | | | | | | | | | | | | | + — ES саю ,.- г | С Tell your feet to take you to Bauge Son’s store for your next pair of Shoes. BAUGE SON Shoes that Satisfy AMES, IOWA fois — ss g ee — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — ٠١ Paulme , Bills: “What is etl- quette? " ' Don Fish: “ІП 18 saying thank vou when vou want to say gimme.’’ Ruth Wagner: " " Г see In a paper that three persons were killed in a feud. " Edward Kilgore: ‘‘Those little, cheap cars are dangerous. ”’ Mr. Davis: “Why are yon late, Te 227 om ? Tom Murray: ''Beeause the bell rang before I.got here. " Evidently the villain was a gentle- man—he preferred blondes. Mr. Lare: “Now, class, we have finished oxygen, and tomorrow we will take arsenic.” ИРИ в HN 5 2 " m s 7 + | | | | | | | | | | | | | Watehes Diamonds C. W. Dudgeon Jeweler Ames - Е : 3 - Iowa " ———————————— —— + IF ee ee 6. |) س‎ — — — — — — — — — — — — — ١ | | | | | | | | | | | | | Telephone 360-W 323 Main St. Pianos, Phonographs, Radios, Sheet Music and Band Instruments AMES MUSIC COMPANY “Everything in Music” 3 س س ا س ن س — ا ااا ل اله аф‏ — — — — м — — — — .! Oran MeElyea: ''How far were vou from the correct answer to that Chem. problem ?”’ ёт Gilmour MaeDonald: ‘‘ Two seats.’ Teacher: “How did vou find the Initiation ?”’ A Club Neophyte: ‘ Didn’t have to find it; just stooped over and there it was.” Max Brockman skidded on a ba- nana peel in front of a store and sub- sided gently into a crate of eggs. The polite storekeeper came out to assist him to rise from the crate of hen- fruit. " Ор, І do hope that I have not broken them, ` said Max. " Not at all, sir, " said the polite storekeeper; ‘‘thev re only bent а little. THE STENOG'S VACATION (Sung by her boss) Му tYpust is o1 hor vaeution, My trvpist's awau fpr a week, My trpudt us in hwr vaearion, W gile thse damu kews hudge and seek. C3oras Oy, brene boxk, bting bzek, Brung bee mu bOnnie ti my, tp mr; 3( ne b$xj, bong, biex, Pine bozk m% beinino-o mx; eh helk ? Dick Paulson (translating °°“ Rex fugit ')—' " ' The king flees.” Mrs. Garo: “No, vou must use ‘has’ with the perfect. Dick Paulson: “Тһе king has fleas.” 2 ----- — — — — — — — — — — — — ١ MADSEN AND SON Merchant Tailors 2134 Main St. Cleaning and Pressing оо нан аа аа аа аа аа паа aa аа a aa aa aa sa a sulle قو سے هول سو‎ ..--01.--- .4-:-- в ---ө»-- -әв---4.4---.4---......--а4 - -ws-—— ». —— ә СЕС 5 8 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ل — — — — — — — —— — — — — دمل Complete Line of Drugs Foss Chocolates Walter Pharmacy фреон — ‚д, 9 В fe yn — — — — — 4 — i з — — — ست‎ — — — — — 7) | — — — — — — — — — — — MUNN-MAYTAG CO. Maytag Washers Electric Aeeessories " —————————————— + — u П а нн Ф П а ай нн سين سس ا سس بي‎ всё ١ — — — — — — — — — — — — — " Mv daughter, " and his voice was stern, ' You must set this matter to right ; What‘time did the Sophomore leave, Who sent in his ceard last nieht?” ' " His work was pressing, father dear, And his love for it was great; He took his leave and went away Before a quarter of eight. " Then a twinkle eame in her bright blue eves, And her dimple deeper grew ; ' " Tis surely no sin to tell him that, For a quarter of eight is two.’ There was a little girl And she had a little curl, That dangled in the center of her brow. But we hear that she was thought to be No better than she ought to be, And society don't recognize her now. ІК. - „5 $ Miss Waters: “I wish you had a little more push. You are always be- hind. " Robert Boyd س‎ Well, how could | push if I wasn’t behind?” The hand that rocks the cradle Used to rule the world, they say, But the foot that steps on the pedal Cuts a lot of ice, today. " Presence of mind is greatly pro- moted by absence ot body. " ( How about Broekman ?) Miss Gove: What are vou doing --Івагпіпе anything?” ‘Useless’? Devore: “No, ma’ am: listening to you. The first football game played in the United States took place in 1776 between Harvard and Yale. аннан на ваа A CHANCE FOR YOU TO MAKE REAL MONEY Cut out this ad, bring 1t 1n to us and receive ten percent diseount on your next pur- chase of Footwear. Good un- til June 15th. AMES BOOTERY OT SS ا‎ || |) (4 «емее |4 (і «аш У — — — — — — || i Ml [ў ў ч—‏ — — نھکم d — — — Й ії ١ — — — фо‏ — — — — — سس — — لس — —— DUITCH BROS. Hudson—Essex Rent a Ford 327 Lincoln Way . Phone 1000 + — — — — — — и — ملله:‎ фо ir же |. || жәе» р Кж | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | ч 4 به‎ .-- de سمه‎ чака. бачан п Р —— -e e — — — — — — — — — — - — — — — =- {= — — — — т —— — — аа аты اسم‎ — er Чо — — — at — —— —— — —— УА — — — — дынна. 3.249 | | | | | More Milk Means HEAL I H—Health Means | | HAPPINESS —Buy PURE MILK and | | be Healthy and Happy : | | | i Quality and Service Our Motto | | | і DAVIS BANKS | Sell Pure Milk Only | Phone 369 | | | + tt tt tt tt en i سي‎ Hp — — — — — 4 фа а а-а аа وو ور و و‎ = -- If it's done with heat you can do it better E. M. Kooker, Prop. | with gas | | | | | i Master Cleaners and | Dyers. Quick and Ef- | ficient Service. Phone | і 2 | | | | 31. 410 Douglas Ave. EE Е lowa Railway Light | Ames, lowa Corp. At Your Service with a house full of brand new furniture for spring trade, featuring standard quality lines. Henderson Furniture Company Oe ١ — سے ا ی سے ا‎ Ма سے و سے ل ا سے ا ی‎ ўў а Б аа —— — ры T et 48 — · — — — 4 — — — — — — — — — — ⸗ — — — Ray Shipman: ‘But surely, if 1 pay the fare for my dog, he will be treated the same as other passengers and be allowed to occupy a seat?” ‘Of course, sir,’ the conduetor re- plied politely, ' provided he does not put his feet on it.” A tree toad loved a she toad That lived in a tree: She was a 3-toed tree toad, But a 2-toed tree toad was he, The 2-toed tree toad tried to win The she toad’s friendly nod; For the 2-toed tree toad loved the «round That the 3-toed tree toad trod ; But vainly the 2-toed tree toad tried | He couldn’t please her whim; In her tree toad bower, with herV-toe power, The she toad vetoed him. Jeanette Miller: six million dollars worth of churches in the last two years. Joe Norman: ''Holy smoke ''' 18 We hurned пр Gerald Sills: °““Do they call that thing a beefsteak? It makes me laugh. Waiter: “Tm elad to hear it, sir. Most people swear.” ‘Potassium iodide and sulphur, under slight pressure, give an ex- ceedingly Interesting result, as fol- lows: KI + 2S5 = KISS This experiment is dangerous, as the above result may not be aecom- plished and instead the action may be very violent. Therefore this ex- periment should be tried in the ab- sence of light, and when few (usually two) are present. кі س ا ل ل ل ل ل 1 سے ا 9 — — — p‏ 5-Е-К-У-І-С-Е Heating Plumbing Company Masonic [Temple Bldg. Phone 100] Price means nothing, until you know what the price means ———L——QÓLL——P TE Ii — — М 6 d d n 0 ووس‎ ae + | | | | | | | | | | | | — — — — —— Va an a бо 9 7078 fco 8 " т HOLOGRAPHS ell the Story OF HIGH SCHOOL DAYS met = “үу ў Art Panels in this book were designed and made, together with all accompanying Photographs, by “The Biggest Little Studio in lowa” — Over Fair Store S TUDIO Phone 1225 — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — — Д а — u — ў! To the Students of Ames High School + | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | There is no business organization in Ames more inter- | | ested in your school activities than ours. School news | і always has and always will command an important place | | 1nour newspaper. Our commercial printing department — | і strives to execute your various orders promptly and sat- |! | isfactorily. We are particularly proud of our part in the | | production of this issue of the SPIRIT annual. | | | | | | | і | | | Tribune Publishing Company РРЛ. 7 ды Р í Ё [ў “ 2 p Yn, ” Ша»! + | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | T Thomas Katt: “Га give my life for you, dear.”’ Maria Meow: ‘Cheap skate; nine or nothing!’ A green little chemist, One bright summer day, Mixed some green chemicals In a rather green way. The green little chemicals Gave off green smoke, And the ereen little chemist Began to choke. The green little grasses Now tenderly wave O’er the green little ehemist 's Green little grave. Raymond Shipman came into the Sipirit office and sat down absently on a broken chair. As he picked him- self up he observed: ''I never got a let-down like that before.’ — — — — — in M — и MÀ | س‎ — — — — — — — — — “— — — — — — — — — Suits for Graduation and After, $32.00 Good appearance is an asset that every young man ean make his own, Good clothes increase your confidence in yourself as well as inspire the respect of others. And it is not always necessary to pay high prices for good clothes, The price depends a great deal on the store that sells them. Our feature group for May at $32 is a good example of what сап һе done in the way of value-giving if a store is ‘‘on its toes.” and earnestly tries to make friends with big value. For Graduation Day you want a new suit, Afterward vou ll need one. See these 32s while selections are complete. IILDEN'S STORE FOR MEN | ef ff ET |) | | ff | Ll i | 0 4 س‎ 08У 015 | lf I )ا س‎ |) — —+ Ф.--.. ee — Áo o 8 Frances M.: “How do vou like Audrey s new mustache?’ Gladys M.: ‘‘It tickles me.” The manager of the Sheldon-Munn saw Albert Hiner kneeling down in the hall and polishing a pair of boots that had been left outside a door. " Haven't I told you not to clean the boots 1n the hall, but to take them downstairs?” asked the manager. | ‘Yes, said. Albert, “but this fel- low 1s a Scotchman, and he’s hanging on to the laces.” Mrs. Garo: “I want some canine pills.” Druggist: ‘What’s the matter with the dog ? " ' Mrs. Garo: ''See here, my hus- band is a gentleman! " The druggist put up some quinine pills in deal silence. en | ا لا ست اا اا س إا ا ت إا لا ست اا ل س‎ 9 À а иаа аа The SPIRIT of our Clothes attracts voung men Featuring Adler COLLEGIAN Two-Trouser Suits at One-Pair prices and a complete line of Clothing and Furnishings for young high school men. Something New Every Day” THE COLLEGE SHOP Olmsted-Brysch Co. Where Quality and Servi ce Prevail о н н н д 252 Lincoln Way Phone 21 | e -- — — — — — — — — — — — — — e “Мап wants but little here be- low, ` said Sam Harter, recent arrival in the lower regions, removing his Overcoat. ` Florence Van Nice: “Сап І get in through that gate?” Diek Mixa: ‘ Guess so; I just saw a load of hay EU through.” In a recent movie, one of the ac- tors was a chimpanzee, " Oh, look at the bamboo!’ ex- claimed Margaret Thurber. “Go on! " said Шага Lynch. " " That's a boomerane ! Rags make paper. Paper makes money. Money makes banks. Banks make loans, Loans make poverty, Poverty makes rags. | — ' a ® 9 а. ) ] " I і o EJ E. ы” IN 1 ° Him: ‘‘ Why do blushes ereep over eirls' faees? " ' Her: ‘‘ Because, if they ran they 'd kick up too much dust. | Dale Morrison (in Laboratory): " Mr. Lare, where do you keep the diluted water? " Mr. Davis’ son: “What is the penalty for bigamy ?”’ Mr. P. L. Davis: ‘‘Two mothers- in-law. Mr. Wettach: “Now, ehildren. I shall show you something of the in- ternal anatomy of the frog. (Takes something wrapped in oiled paper from pocket, opens it, and discloses two ham sandwiches.) That’s pecul- lar; I could have sworn that I'd eaten my lunch this noon.” | EJ | з і — | Е і к | с | 2 | з | a | 2 | з - = | MARGUARITE SHOPPE Permanent Wavine and all Modes of Beauty Culture Campustown Phone 207 a — Я (і —À € — (і — и |) — и 9 c T —Ó à a — a — әр т ж т 2 ж - т і т = = = 2 = - ш E m ж ж ж я і ж + ща ъ " " 0 9 ан ў — — — — — — — Call 43 for Quality, Service and Price NELSON ELECTRIC CO. · — ˖· — · — v— — Io n MlM ——— н — О «аш б б — — — · · a — · · ade — «й " m " — — — — ен Бе %- — m = ы т, - $ ж - ak wt fha " fta " A. — ТА», L ета мач a س — — — سسا — — — — — — — — BEN J. GOLE General Contractor Nothing too large or nothing too small. Let me build for you op. е п о В а и — — — — — — — — — — В RS 1. +F — — M ll «--- ің ----Һ-- ее мн ур, ожил اا س‎ i es ge — — — — — — — — | | — — — — — — — — — — — — — Meet Your Friends at the Lincoln Candy Kitchen tor Drinks and Treats Fresh Fruits and Candies Phone 1128 ие d — r ne dl фа. " .---(.-.-.-..----(.---..--- رس ست ل ل ل سے ا سے“ — — — — — re — Your Name Stamped Free on all Leather Novelties D. E, PARSONS Opposite Sheldon-Munn ---4( ---.%---4 ---..-.--..:---.. — — + 4 — سس — اا س ا ا — — سس || ]و سسا + — — — — — — — — — — ١ ота i, ц. “ аа - j E Ж ІМ 2 mm ف‎ аи STAR CARS 476 апа 6% + Firestone Tires and Accessories Dunlap Motor Co. Ames, lowa — 11 11 — — — — — — — — — — — ў! Г] ат шт — — — “ — | fo 1 — tate — — — — ا‎ и سے ا ر‎ = 2 — | з г n | = | е | © | т | - г = = = п | | = — — Ң ---- C — — — — — — — — — т. KNUDSON SALES COMPANY County Distributors for Nokol, Ray and Quaker Oil Burners Copeland ice Machines Distributors of Distillate and Fuel Oils Expert Repairing and Service 105 Fifth St. Е-е-е мң----- м — — d n — + d — — иж: — + - | 2 | ЕЧ | = = = | = | = о ж | = ч 2 a = | 2 = = “Ts this a fast traim?” Jay Miller asked the conductor. ' Of eourse it 1s, was the reply. 'I thought it was. Would you mind my getting out to see what 1t 1s fast to? " — — — — ' Can you Пер?” ENEO ' " Come on, then, you scoundrel!’ ‘J INE annuals, like brilliant victories, are brought about by the co-or- dination of skillful generalship and trained effort. The Jahn Ollier Engraving Co. is America s foremost school annual designing and engraving specialist, because in its organization are mobilized America s leading cre- ative minds and mechanical craftsmen. THE JAHN OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. Photographers, Artists and Makers of Fine Printing Plates for Black and Colors 817 W. WASHINGTON BLVD.. CHICAGO ES) | | | | г BUSINESS DIRECTORY Be familiar with this direetory so vou mav patronize these advertisers, who . “ , aid us greatly in the produetion of this annual. BAKERIES Melbure’s Bakery BANKS Ames National Bank Commercial Savings Bank Story County Bank Union National Bank BARBERS McCurdy’s Superior BATTERIES Ames Storage Battery Company BEAUTY SHOP LeMur Beauty Shop Marguerite Shop Боок STORE Ames News Stand Student Supply Store CONTRACTORS Ben Cole CHIROPRACTORS Dr. Craven CLEANING AND PRESSING Ames Pantorium --- COAL AND FEED Gilchrist Coal and Feed Company Ames Grain and Coal Company CONFECTIONS Howard Adams Lincoln Candy Kitchen DAIRIES Davis Banks O'Neil's Dairy DENTISTS Dr. Humphey DEPARTMENT STORE J. С. Penney DEUG STORES Judisch Drug Store Lowry Theis Walter Drug Store ELECTRICIANS Nelson Electric Company ENTERTAINMENT Ames Theatre Company ENGRAVERS Jahn-Ollier FLORIST S F. J. Olson FURNITURE Henderson Furniture Company GARAGES Allen Motor Company Ames Cycle Company Mathison Motor Company Dunlap Motor Company Duitch Brothers Minert Auto Company GIFT STORE Goddard Gift Shop GROCERIES Haigler Grocery Fair Grocery United Food HARDWARE Bullock Hardware Hagen Hardware HATCHERY Ames Hatchery INSURANCE Harry Brown Karl Fisher Little Brothers Lynch Ash JEWELERS C. W. Dudgeon Smith Jewelry Store L. C. Tallman LADIES’ WEAR Shipley-Pedersen Stephenson’s LEATHER GOODS Parson’s LUMBER Hanson Lumber Company Munn Lumber Company MANUFACTURING Tilden Manufacturing Company MEN'S FURNISHINGS College Shop Heddrick's Campus Toggery Jameson's Tilden Store MUSIC Ames Music Company | OIL STATION Gamble Oil Company OPTICIANS | Dr. Robinson PLUMBERS j Service Heating and Plumbing PHOTOGRAPHERS Griffith Studio REAL ESTATE Ames Building and Loan Little Brothers RESTAURANTS Cranford Coffee Shop Kurtz Cafeteria Puritan Cafe SALES COMPANY Knudson Sales Company SHINING PARLOR Ames Shining Parlor SHOES Alm and Son Ап се і 00їегу Bauge in't Son Brannberg and Alm Roup's Trueblood's 'TAILORS Madsen and Son TIRES Dahl Tire Shop UTILITY Iowa Railway and Light Corporation WASHERS Munn Maytag Company 2 % e J ] т - Le " RU ifs” е 3 — — — — и Г — — — — — — — — 00 E Е AUTOGRAPHS ١ (ә M е — 1 i I e ‚+ CN , т К ыл. 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