Anderson High School - Indian Yearbook (Anderson, IN)

 - Class of 1924

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"The Fire Prince" "The 1-ire l'rinee". an opcretta in two ants, was the annual dw matic proflnc- tion of the Music department this year. XYith the untiring efforts of Miss Ashbau- Ci1C1',I5ll't't'l4'bl'0l13lllSll' and the dramatic coaching of Misses Niemann and Gore the Glee Clubs and Choruses made the presentations on January 24 and 25 an entire success. The scene ol' the story was in Pantnullia. The Crown Pri'n'e,. Prigio, was a clever young fellow, and was very unpt-gmlar he-cause of it. Everyone in the liingdom. except ltrigio and his mother. believed in fairies. A great heat scourge fell upon the land. which was said tri be caused bv a Firedrake. The Firedrake was a mvthilogical reptile that was suizposecl to breathe flames, lt was Prigio's place to tight this creature. hut he w-.'sn't superstitious and he didn't believe there was a Firedrake. llis two brothers fought the rehtile and were killed by il. The King disinherited Prigio and moved the covrt to Falkenstein. Prigio was left alone. Prigio had met and fallen in love with ltosa, the Spanish Amhassador's daugh- ter. The fairies had letit Prigio some magic gifts at his birth, and he now decided to try out these gifts. His seven league boots took him to Falkenstein and here he remained undis- covered by means of his magic cap. Prigio made himself known to Rosa She exnressed a desire for the horns and tail of the Firedrake and Prigio went immediatelv to fight it. Prigio killed the Firedrake and brought its horns and tail to Rosa. He restored his brothers to life by magic and he received the King's pardon. Rosa and Prigio were married and as the fairy tale goes: lived happily ever after. Prigio, the Fire Prince. was very realistic as portrayed by George Turner. The part of Rosa, was very ably done bv Miss Georgiana George. Kenneth Ritter was well adapted to his part as the King. and Paul Newbern as the Butler was never once out of character. 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The Athletic Board is the guiding hand of all athletic activities in A, H. S. During the past season it has again brought football back into the athletic realms of A. H. S. after an absence of almost twenty years. The Athletic Board's biggest aim has been to promote cleaner and better sportsmanship in A. H. S. athletics. It is striving hard to procure a better class spirit by fosteringa Track and Field 'meet each year at the close of the school term. The first meet of this kind was held last year and a silver loving cup was awarded the Freshman Class for win- ning first honors. Now that the precedent of holding inter-class track meets has been established, it is hoped that this new venture sponsored by the Athletic Board and School ath- letic officials will continue to receive the unbounded support and enthusiasm of the students of A, H, S. The first meet' held last year at the Athletic Park was a complete success. Anderson is known for its true sportsmanship and will strive harder each year to obtain further heights. The officers for the past year were :-Paul Newbern, Pres.g Earl Schmidt. Vice- Pres.g Harold Jones, Sec. The Faculty members were Mr, Brinson, Mr. Cook, Mr, Sharpe and Mr. Maier. l 26 Anderson, 47: Bedford, 43. Ns Basketball 5:1 .wigg- -' A finderso n. 33, Acadia, 10. The 1923-24 basketball season has been the most successful A. H. has witnessed for several years, Coach Staggs had but four men left from last year with which to build this year's team. In the past years Anderson has had only one team which was its superior such as Franklin and Vincennes but this year A. H. lead tl1e field according to the sport writers of many Indiana papers. Anderson defeated every team she met at least once during the season. The standard of sports- manship attained by the fans helped the team to achieve an en- viable' record. Although A. H. S. loses live members of the team by gradua- tion the prospects for a winning team next year are very bright. The schedule and scores for the season were: Anderson, 37g Bedford, -11. ' Anderson 34 Brownsburg, 27. Anderson, 533 Manual, 20, Anderson, 51 Lapel, 21. Anderson, 41: Connersville, 32. Anderson 23: Broad Ripple, I7 Anderson, 471 Huntington, 27. Anderson '-RU Yineeimes. 37. Anderson, 68g Marion, 24. Anderson 20, ,lt-fi' of Lafayette, Anderson, 42: Vincennes, 24. Anderson till Connersville, 30. Anderson, 523 Kokomo, 37, Anderson, 64 Marion, 14. Anderson, 43: Logansport, 37. Anderson 39 Kokomo, 26. Anderson, 343 Huntington, 30. Anderson 65 lliontmorenci, 26. DISTRICT ' The district tournament held in the A. H. S. gym on February 29 and March 1 was a success with many good games on the schedule. Ten teams of this district were represented, namely, Pendleton. Summitville, Lapel. Markleville. Elwood, Frankton, Vlindfall, Tipton, Alexandria and Anderson. The outcome was never in doubt but the contest proved thrilling in the extreme in many instances, And- erson mct Lapel in their first game, then Pendltton, and Alexandria and lastly, defeated Elwood in the final game on Saturday night. REGIONAL and STATE - Anderson had easy going in the regional meet held at Earlham College, Rich- mond, March 7 and 3. Anderson's two opponents were Stoney Creek and Mt. Com- fort and the scores were as follows: Anderson 45. Stoney Creek 14: Anderson 28, Mt Fomfort 12. The State contest was heart breaking. Anderson went to the State in high hopes and not without reason. Slie was .ll?fl5FCfl bv leading sport critics as the best team in the state and was given first in many big ten lists. Consequently when she was defeated, she fell hard. although the old Indian spirit never was lacking and although she was defeated in basketball. she was victorious in spirit. In the initial game of Anderson's scheduled round at Indianapolis the fighting Indians met defeat at the hands of the Bedford five. 35-24 on Friday afternoon, March 14. lniuries which our team were nursing at the time was attributed by many as the cause for our defeat. However, ouoting Staggs, "XVe do not offer ali- hiesf' The score savs we were defeated and that is all there is to the story, but that famous. never-dying spirit lives on and will continue to live. Next year will find the Anderson High School basketball team maintaining that same fight and loyalty to A. H. S. 'We, the class of 1924, wish our Alma Mater the best of success is this field of athletics and pledge our everlasting support to the Red and Green. 92 FIRST TEAM SECOND TEAM f'Y f'l 5 'tx 7 'X X. ., , x ? X. 'SQV71 3 .1 l -N 2 A Q si eq H .gg Q, N if Q'.' er h e .img , Cheer Leader 2'n fl' -, I " +R, N, ty, r ALI-'RED .lugiisox "Jack" "Jack" has been one of Coach Staggs' main stays, for four years and his loss will lie greatly felt when the Call for basketball Candidates is made next year, Eviimzri' CAMPRIELI, "Camel" Campbell was another of Coach Staggs' diminutive forwards but his eye for the basket Could not be exeelled. He could always be depended upon. Cnizssm, Gmsur-r "C11ef' Chet was the "sheik" of the team and a regular lady fusser. "Chet" was the small- est member of the team but his playing sure did Count. This is "Chet's" last year, Nl.-XL'lllCE S'r,xnn "SInrrie" Starr is the boy that always seems to be taking things easy. He is a hard fighter and never stops until the last Whistle. This is Starr's first year, Hsnuv STONE "Sto1zie" "Stonie" is that guard that everyone ad- mires, He was unable to enter the fray the first semester but when he did he made up for lost time. rg., -.i Q-i1Fv"V A."n .,.,.--..-,.-..f1. wt X ,Xl l iw -sf I , x . X X., 5 1 I we-as-1' X Qi Ll 1 ., I 9 y -A Lf s 'IV ,J L. 5, f ri . X .' N 1 . ra- jkige i X ik X N l Cheer Lear 1-' 94 Manager CARI. ADAMS Adams is the young fellow that made many hearts flutter at the State meet when he shot in two long field goals in the Bedford game, He has one more year. Rox' SHr:'r'r1.lz "Butch" "Butch" is one of Staggs' "scrappers" that will be back to uphold A. H, laurels again next year, He has been one of the main stays of the team for the past three years and great things are expected of him next year, EARL NTAHAN This was Earl's first year to play with the lirst team and when he got into action he showed the real tight and spirit of an A. H, S. warrior. This is his last year. JOHN CH1Lnlas "Johnnie" Though small "Johnnie" was a fighter and made up for his diminutive height. This was his first year to play with the team and he showed up well, John leaves us this year, Gnonon XVILLIALIS "Squeak" George is the tall boy who is always smil- ing and was one of Staggs' most consistent players. He could play forward when it was necessary but his position was center. 'uv' - x Eff "ls X ml V X . , , Y l A fl . ,- ,Tu- Asst, Coach Acknowledgement e To our sponsors, Miss XVilson and Mr. llakin, we the Senior Class of 1924, ack- nowledge our deep debt of gratitude for their faithful. thoughtful and untiring service. Through deep valleys of depression and great deserts of despair they have led us carefully and cheerfully, keeping a watchful eye on all the pathways to find the smoothest and the most comfortable, Yes, they have led us, and led us ever upward, always upward towardf that highest mountain peak of success toward which we gaze so yearningly, And now as we gaze with enraptured silence upon that glorious sunrise that Life has placed so enticingly before us, as we go forth, prepared to seek new fields of conquest, we linger with their words of encouragement still beating upon our senses and look back longingly as we bid them a fond farewell, and leave with them our best wish- es for a bright and happy future. And so we leave them, our teachers, our sponsors, our friends, and go forth on our path of Life, thanking them in our hearts and with their influence, as writ- ing upon a waxen tablet, indelibly engraved upon our souls. 7 e f ' . - . - Q 1' . ' W 'Y Q' . ' I Track . Track is becoming more popular in A. H, S. each season and it is hoped that in a few years track will have as big a following of fans as basketball now has. The largest crowd that ever witnessed a track meet in Anderson turned out at the open- ing of the season when A. H. S. and Elwood held a most interesting dual meet. Heretofore track has not paid for itself but it is gradually coming into its own. For the last three years A. H. has had a most successful team, having lost but two dual meets in the three years. Anderson has sent representatives to the State meet for a number of years but as yet she has never won a State contest. This year Roy Shettle, low hurdler, Alfred Jackson, quarter miler, and Earl Mahan. Hussell Bowers, VVarren Carpenter, and Charles Anderson, 1nile relay men repres- ented A. H. S. at the State meet which was held at Tech. of Indianapolis. Coach Staggs experienced much difficulty in developing a team this year as graduation reaped the C1'L'2l111 of last year's team. A number of the team members this year are freshmen and it is evident that a winning team will be turned out again next year. The question of having a suitable place to stage track meets, since the new gymnasium being erected west of the school does away with our former Held, has been worrying track enthusiasts some, Anderson expects to have a winning bunch of thinly clads next year and consequently will make the necessary provisions for an athletic tield. A complete schedule of meets for next year has not been made but several thrilling contests may be promised for those loyal fans who always support And- erson High School, Athletic oificials have been very well pleased with the co- operation and support of the student body to the track team this year and urge them to continue to be true to the Red and Green thinly clads and help boost track as a live institution of A, H, S. 96 4 .5 A--x x . f. r -I . 1,-V --sr f 1 J Z 'uk 'Q s .H . ifmul . S All H551 PM ff b , JL LMI , v--'f k- X f , I F 3 . ? .nik , . .V.'- 9 b 'B ,' if l ff M ' , n f IACK Lx 21' . "J ' 5 ' .fl "4 b -. , W mssssf,-:fs s-mono mm ig 5 - I gr, ' Q , '3 5 . , -. 2 Hamm-4' Tn' PII-L :' 'Q . . ' gi Tscumfbv ' :fE. +A- ".' J QQ 1 XR SHORTY STANDARD BEARER5 I ,.,' . ft if WM' To Go - rn. I I ' :" ' .Q A A 5ErTlN 'sm OFF . ' TK, ' 1 1 -- . , at-J, ,fag Q 15 K A ,N vu' STEPPINJ Hi gg -fx X xx Fi if '20 FK HLJH? X X Am 'fgi JJ K xx x f X 3 f 4 A HONG THE CLOUDS 5 . va W urb- sf V4 R H mencum "' A,.I,oUcH,,,' em or: Y ' 1 y , . pgs I are-S 0 , le " f- EARL- 'PETE fm W . Q5 9 ff 5AfN"f ,Vg HQAEQAQA My ., I Y ,E YNY., ,,.g , ,- , r g g D. -5, ' I F ' ' e 1 i 1 I ., . . 'RELAY CHAN P5 ? ,F STAGG5 Q ,X V' ,M M A '- ,M GRAB IT A2 HUN .. if Ab if , 33 W5 3 WHO ' cl' IZ.ffj'P?9f- IN ACTION ' 7? YAN X Q. 9 V1 2 Q gi Q y JOE is 'J ,,-.fra f.- , 3' CHEER H-EADER 97 xxx f L an 2 OVER THE 'TGP 3 ' N o:r'f': ..:, 1 x -5 ' N 2" . 1 " 3 Nt- , ,li W- . f -,.-, ,. Jie, " 2 , .. M" "' "1 x..-..b,..f , by., V 'ml in-f,......g?.g,Qwi, we-..,..4r . 4 -.....4...... -..... . 4- A.. Football Football was again ushered into A. H. S. when Mr, Carman, head coach, made a call for candidates on the first day of school, Forty- five candidates responded to the call and the process of whipping a team into shape was put underway. Only a few of the boys knew the fundamentals of the game so it was a hard grind from the start to the finish. Much credit must be given Coach Carman for the untiring effort he put forth in teaching the boys form, From 3:45 until after dark the thud of the pigskin could be heard at Athletic Park, Owing to the fact that the team was formed from green material the season may be considered a suc- cess, A schedule of six games was played during the season A. H. S, won one, tied two, and lost three. Coach Carman is holding spring practise and it is evident that a much better team will represent A, H. S, next fall. The re-establishing of football as an institution in A, H, S. is of great interest historically. Before the last season, Anderson had not been represented by a football team for more than tlfteeu years. 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George K.-"Well, a sign down herein "Wtll, what has a sign got to do with it'?', "The sign saidg 'School Ahead: Go Slow! " My girl is from the prairie, And iuaybe she-'s a hick, she's the girl to marry, For candy makes her sick. But The editor used This in a pinch-- needed exactly Another inch She "Zip" Mc.-"How are you getting along in Elaesar, lileanor'?" Iihanor C.-"l"ine. Caesar and I rode through the Gallic wars together on a pony." Paul Newbern flocking at decrepit horse and unstable wagonl-"XYhere yu' goin'. Humlmly. to the glue fac't'1'y'?" "Nope Hauling a nian to the hospital that made the same remark up the street a piece." Nora S1nith's idea of a fanatic is the Inan who was eharintd by a garden hose which he thought was a snake. "lid" Horam says he knows how it feels to he a "dignified senior". Mr. XYisef-"What are pauses?" Claire ifallk"They grow on cats." BRIGHT 'tBob" M.-"YN'hat would you do if a robber would hold us-up out here?'f "NVinnie" P.-"I'd ask him if he would let ine pay back that ten spot I owe you before the proceedings went any further." FAMILIES OF THE HOUR Carl Donnelly and Georgiana G. were arguing over the relative nierits of their families. "Lissen," Carl said, "I gotta great-grand- pa who was a minute man at Cambridge." "NVe.ll, niy brother is a ten-second man at Yale," replied Georgianaf' HOW AEOI T IT MIR. SHIELDS? A certain sehoolteacher had a great deal of trouble in making a boy understand his lesson and when he finally succeeded he drew a long breath and said, "Well, if it wasn't for nie you'd be the biggest donkey in the state." . The meanest nian in the world is the one who proposed to an old maid over the telephone and then told her he had the wrong number. Dontt run after one girl. They are, like street cars. Tl1Q1'G,II be another along in five minutes who's just as good. 0.. . . . .-ffi?-g e? 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Its loyal E E helpful workers in all departments have helped E Egg to make it known as the Store of Smiling Service E gf and unfailing Courtesy, and they will continue E E to make shopping for the people of this eom- E EQ munity as pleasant and profitable as possible. iii EEEEEEQEEHSEQESEQEEEHE 'QEEEBEBEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEBEBEEEEEES EE EE EE EE EE EE EE HE SE EE SE SE SE EE EE EE BE EE EEE EE EE 5 55 EE HE EE 55 ES 5 5 SE SE BE EE EE EE EE EE EE BE EE EE BE EE fi EE E .EQSQQEHEEEHEHEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE THE F IR Department Store ANDERSONS GREATEST STORE Ll tl tt f'x Z' t K I . TX Y 5 .Nam T 11 t hx' ii'-' 'l'-" H i Ek IQIKX. Xps f ' f E Eh .-1. , . "l"ll never get over what I saw last nightf, "NVhat's that?" "The moon." PAGE MR. WEBSTER Last summer two travellers were in a train going to Chicago. As the train drew up at a station one of the travellers opened the window, and, drawing a deep draught of fresh air, turned to his companion and exclaimed: "Isn't this salubrious?" "Yes," replied his friend. "I think it is exhilaratingf' "Beg pardon," ehime,d in the conductor, "yn-'re both wrongg it's Kalamazoo." INNOCENT! Judge-"Did you, or did you not, strangle this man to death?" Robert Gilpin-"Not guilty. your honor. In tne scuffle he cut himself on the chin, and I wrapped a torniquet around his throat to keep him from bleeding to death." "Love makes the heart light". observed Bernice Crook. "And the parlor darkf' added "Bus" Bronnenberg. Mrs. E.-"Didn't I see you- sitting on that young man's lap last night?" "Jo" E.-"Well, you told me that if he tried to get sentimental, I must sit on him." DAMAGED llus. Forkner tells about a ti11 roof of a Kansas store that was torn off and rolled into a compact bundle by a cyclone. Having a sense of humor, the owner wrapt a few strands of baling wire around the ruin and shipped it to Henry Ford. In due time tanxe a communication saying: "It will cost you 548.50 to have your car repaired. For heaven's sake, tell us what hit you!" An English tourist in Colorado was blown from the wagon seat by a tremendous gust of wind that swooped down through the canyon. Picking himself up and brushing the dust from his clothes he remarked, "Do you know, I rather think you overdo thg ventilation in this country? THE UNKINDEST CUT Ed Boram-ifinding a piece of rubber in his hashl-"There's no doubt about it the auto is displacing the horse everywhere." f I 5 , :W 6 .. I U - f' S555 1 'tlltxxsv A i i Q 'L 5 1 -- H , to , : ,U-tl-tletll -: S E jg - A 1 - E .... -fe? -. : MotherW"So you've been fighting again. Can't you remember always to turn the other cheek?" Bobby-"That's all right, but Timmy Do- lan smacked me one on the nose." 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GL O Q Cn efswfeaeaeaeaeaeaeseaesea 5555555 Tl F7 PU O O U1 35355555 55555595555 55555555525 Wear Diamonds Look Prosperous Square Deal Jeweler Two Stores SE 551' EET E EE Store No. 1 Hotel Stilwell Block EE Q Store No. 2 1034 Meridian St. E EE EE HE EE SEER EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE SE BE EE EE 55 EE EE EEE EE EE EE EE 5 EE 553 EE EE BE EE EE HE 5 EE EE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE HE EE EE BE SESS "Love makes the heart light", observed "Won't you come into my parlor? Bernice Crook. Said the spider to the fly." "And the parlor dark," added "Bus" Bron- "Parlor nothin'-getta flivver!" nenberg. Was our modern fly's reply. EEEEEEEEBESEEFEEEEEEE Fw EE 55 EE BE BE EE EE EE HE EE EE 55 EE SE EE EE EE EE SE EE H 55 EE EE EE BE EE HE EE BE SE HE E5 EE: EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE BE HEEEHEHEEEEEEEHEEEEEE garage 'UE Em me wc no EEE mo Qe ea Ee wi rn Em nc: ATU 555555 Uncle Zeb Says- I HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF MODERN BATH ROOM EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE55 EEEEHEEEEEBEEEEEEE FROM. Make u Change in the Homee- YOU CAN BUY PLUMBING FIX- TURES THE SAME AS ANY OTHER MERCHANDISE. HE EE EE EE E Anderson Plumbing Shop Q 55 R. Ritter EE EE Phone 3219 740 Main Street gg EBEEEEEHEBEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEUEEEEEEEEBEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE ' I Ei f t ' F I ,Q a ni: 5 an ' DD ' -, IIIH E7 U Ragga U 0, UU ffl - U 0' O 0' f !!l .. Eiglliflil Z ...-1 5 L gxjl 5. 5 -mail! , - Eeltiezll 1 5 -lIllll I E.lhl:lI . '- SIP-llll ggi: --'el I 'V ,X .Ln .K Z wanna . I WK ' ' , KNN '1Q A CHECK ON THE CHECK "Flop" P.+"So, that's your new overl- eoat?" "Hair Pin"-"Yes, this is it." i'Flop" P.-"Isn't it rather loud?" "Hair Pini'-"It's all right, when I put en my muffler." SOME THINGS I NVOFLD LIKE TO SEE IN THE MOVIES Cecil B. DeMil1e produce his version of "l'nelt To1n's Cabin" without importing five hundred dancing girls from Burma, two leat loads of elephants, twenty-four croco- diles and ninety-four Paris gowns for the star. A Mack Sennet comedy where the comed- ians do not wear false moustaches. are not always falling over and do not chase each other over roof-tops and through revolving doors. A play without subtitles for the witty ones to make puns on for those less favored with sac-li precocious intelligence. An Educational comedy without a chim- panzee, a goose, a trained ostrich or mud turtle and a baby occupied with an a'if-ky fingers. A debutante party which is not an Orien- whieh the fair ladies kidnapped, baby pre- all-dayw sticker or its tal orgy or one in indulge in champagne baths and mock marriages. Mr. Black-Jack, I believe your face is not elean. Jack K.-Aw, that girl I just tried to flirt with gave me a dirty look. SMALL SPORT "Come on," said the first flea, as he hopped from the brown bear's left foreleg, "rome over and join me at a short game- of . -v golf. "Golf!" exclaimed the second flea, has- tily taking a bite of hyena, "where in the realm of Barnum are we. going to play golf?" t'Wliy,,' said the first flea, "over on the lynx, of Course." A worried mother living in the East Side of New York wrote to her boyis teacher as follows: "Please do not push Tommy too hard so much of his brain is intelleck that he ought to be held back a good deal or he will run to intelleek entirely, and I do not desire it. So please hold him back so as to keep his intelleck from getting bigger than his body and injuring him for life." Imagine getting home from a date With a girl in Alaska where the nights are six months long. Consider the fish . . . If he didn't open his mouth, he wouldn't get caught. II J t vw , . MIA 'lllflllllfllllllnlll' 2 Q x Q9 Z inn., ECONOMIC INFORMATION A teacher in one of the grammar-school grades was telling her class the story of how our money is made. Holding up a two-dol- lar bill, she dwelt at length on the. many things which were engraved upon its crisp surface. "What does this '2B' stand for?,' she asked Jimmy, who had been an attentive listener. "Two bucks," was the ready answer. Qagzeaesgagagagagaeagsesssssasg 5,1 QE Qs ea es 5 5 5 5 as 5 5 as as es si es as ss ea ea ea as es Qs 5 as es 5 as as es 5 5 es es ea ea 5 5 55 ea 5 'ea 5 5 ss 5555555555555555 55555 55555 555555555555 5 5' O 'C CD H- 5' Q3 d- ,Cf H: CDN! m 555555555555 E555555555555555555555555555555555555555555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5555555555555555555555555555555555555555555 Congratulations Seniors Path Will prove Interesting and Smooth o 2? ii Reeves Photo Corp. 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Q52 E Our hosiery is positively beauti- E E ful and beyond comparison E E and the shades are the exact E EEE match of the slippers. E EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EEHEEEEEEEBEEEEEEE EEEEHEBEBEBEHEEE EEEESEEEEESEEEEE 555555 E5 EE BE SE .EE EE E EE EE EE BE EE 5 55 EE' EE SE HE .EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE 5 EE EE EE Ei SE SE EE HE SE EE SE EE SE EE SE EE EE EE V EE HE EE 555535 Berkebile Sz Netterville E555 EE EE EE EE EE 55 HE 5 EE EE 55 H 55 EE S5 EE EE EE EE SE Em? 55 HE EE EE BE EE E5 EE 55 5 'ii 55 HE 35 EE '55 55 55 5 EE EE EE 55 EE EE EE 5 555 555355555 D11 Ph 14 E an 55 Wm En- o 522 "Uv-4-.UD -fm E72-1 mplnm FFQ-Cn 255' 5 F' lil ng!! Q.: 0 ...mc PPWS ganna Hs: QQ? :- F!- an rm? an E55 P+ a' an P+ 25255535555 E555 BEER 55555555 :P "I 2 5. 2' so U 'K r: an U3 f'Y o 'W cn I-P D' na FY' Q- o fo U2 5 o PY U1 on o E. C3 o cn .Q C 93.- :J '4 5' "1 'U I1 o 9 55555555 55555 as R 3 S5 'S 1'1- E. B E B Sf 'I 'Q Q 55555 555555 555555 Central Pharmacy BEA EE E Phone 412. W. C. Roush E 5 5 5 ' ' 5 Radio Supplies E Q Athletlc Goods and Flshlng Tackle 5 SE SE 55 EE 55553555555555555155EEEEE555555555555555155555555555555EEEEEEEEEJEEEEEEEEEEEELQEBEHEEEEEQEEEEEEE Colne gaze upon the Iiille moth Some fellows use Ihis GI'88SllIIl Who pals no meat nor rolls T0 keep Uleil' hail' d0lUI1 flai. .ind lives 011 :fro cents a day Bllf 1 110117 Dine 10 S68 mine shine For all it eflls is holes. I Simply USC my haf- EEEEESEEEQESEHEWEEEEEEEHEEEE55E51555555555555555EEHEEEEEEEEEEEQEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEQEEEEEEEEEEEEEE 571532251 SEQRES 55 5 lf- .H 5,5 Eg its Sporting Goods 5 - EEE 5 Radio gg SESS SEER Hardware E Electrical Goods E E Mill Supplies E Eg? Auto Tires 5 5 Accessories Q H555 5 5 5 c: '11 Z. :D Z. UD 5555555555 595555 SESS 555555 Have It 555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555555 Administration Mn. Mc INIAHAN School Board A. B., A. M., Indiana Uni- versityg A, M. Columbia Llnivc-rsilyg Diploma in Ad- ministration and Supervis- ion, Columbia Fnivcrsityg Harvard Sulnancr School. D. E. VVEIDLEB Principal Dfljwfipwul A Mas, MILLSPAUGH nn. .mxns 1 School Board School Board 4 Mr. Donny, has cvcr hccn faithful in his scrvice to thc Anderson public schools. He has workcd untiringly for thc bcttcrincnt of Anil- 0l'SOHlS cducutionul facili- lies. W. A. DENNY l A. B., ,x M. l Supt. of Schools , L, l, . N I ff , ' ' W4 lf 1 l 1 ANNA B- LEWIS H. W. ROBERTS ASSY P1'iUCiD2l1 Vocational Dir. l 555555 EE EE EE EE EE EE EE 55 EE EE EE EE 5E Ei 55 EE EE EE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE 5 EE '55 EE EE 5 EE 5 55 BE HE EE EE EE HE EE EE E HEEEEJE 5555555555 SE fs S Qc: 16' 0: . co EE Q5 co QS "':: Em SQ Q 5 Sm QW Fw M54- iii in 5555555555 EEEE B555 555555 2 gi D12 O-4 EO ZC1 me O IDE gm 355 ZF? CT?-E will EZ Q,-I OZ EC? .-12 OUR OH EEE ...E ZZ ' cn P 555555 and HQEEHEEEEHEEESEEEEEEFJEEEESEEEEE EEEE5EEEEE5EEEE5EEEEEE5EEEEE5EBE'iE 555555 3 5. 5. 'E F: m S. 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E Anderson News Company E gg , -e- ee as Q Sportlng Goods E E E EE EE 5 PARKER "LUCKY CURVE" EE 555555 555555 FOUNTAIN PENS saesesgasssaenesfaagaeisaeaesenen E 3 51 N 2 S' e E' 3 SQ 'U E 'U s 5 2 Qneneaeaeseaeaeafsaeaeseeeaeeesea 5555 HE 551 HE EE SE SE EE EE HE EE EE EE .HE EE BE EE HE EFL: 55 EE E-E E71 HE EE EE EE 5 EE EE EE EE 55 EEE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE F1 EE EE EE EE SE SE EE EEE Corner Tenth and Meridian l gn '31 f.,W .u 'gl X 1 r - - '57 L 'Er '. 5 " "Mme ff It " H 33 me Z J uililmml 6 ,F q? 4' 1 K ' L""" Ili Ullllllil iv 5 Q , """'f. N . ' ' l' Y ANOTHER ANIMAL STORY It was at the dog show and Evelyn Blizard was examining a dachshund, to which she had taken a fancy. She turned to the owner, who was trying to sell the dog and said: "Cute little thing, isn't he? But before I buy him, tell me, is there any- thing the matter with him?" The owner hesitated a moment and then answered: "XVell, ma'am, I'll tell you. He's really got two flaws." "Dear mel" said Evelyn in a surprised voice, "two floahsl Why, he looks more like a bungalow." BY SENIORS IVE MEAN- ' Checkered shirts. Moustaches tif possibleh. n "Dirty Hands--Dirty Face! Flashy clothes. Hand painted complexions. Dolls and doll clothes. Big feet. No ambition. Sophistocated women. Bell bottomed trousers. Senior advisor--"Always love your teacher." "Joe" Letzkus-"I tried that once, but she got mad." Friend-"In what course do you expect your son to gI'Elfl!lflIC?U Father --"In the course of time, I expect." COLOR, PLEASE! Johnnie Clooking from winclowl-Many ma. there's some, girls on horseback, and they've got those funny looking clothes on." BIHIIIIIIZI-uxvhiltl knickers?" .Iohnnief"Oh, no, mamma-they are white people." IN LATIN CLASS Miss Nagle-"Now, Hariett, will you de- cline the verb amo, please?" Hariett W.-"Yes, ma'am, I'm afraid Pl! Valentino hair cuts. have my Polished hair. l Army shoes. Lovable nature. K X Many hued socks. fro Ear "sinkers", X QA! Sophistication. N "Q" Bobbed hair. X .tl!"'S X if QV N Loud talk. ft! A 'E Lop-sided sense of humor. f- f ,W,,m1,.1,,,,- . Blasel Blasel Blase! g 'M X ,,,,,,,,,,f,1ww1- Dignity? p 1 Qi .V lfm I we tilfiliiiiiflm' I A BY JUN1oRs WE MEAN.- A ' f Dirty white hats. X Russian boots. I, -'-SWL Green! Green! Green! Cracked and changing voices, I love me. ASK ROSA Poor grades. Rotten excuses. Bleary eyes. Rheha Pasho-"Is the editor particular?" George Kelly-"I'll say she is! She raves if she finds a period upside down." 55555 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5555 S., 55555555 5555555555 5 5 5 5 5 55555 5 5 . 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Ind EE E 55Q5 5 5 5 5 5 55 5 ,gunn 4, 55 "Anderson's Most Exclusive Men's Store" 555 5 5 5 5 5 55 55 55 55 55 5 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 55 EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEBEEEEEEEBEBEEEEEEEEEEEEEWEEEEESEEEEEEEWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE - EE 55 f f X ig EE Q K ,X X x You WILL ALNVAYS FIND E E W it A Real Fashzon Show - Q 55 , 7 8' . . EE E 47 of Mzllznery E er. .llllltv - ff' as E I' -, at E E l E Q The Hilhgoss E L EE e L lj - - e e yi Milhnery e EE EE E "And0rson's Most Exclusive E gg? W Jlillinery Store" E BE . EE 55555555553555555555555555EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEHEEEHESEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEQEEE EEEEESEEEEEBESEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Harold K.-"You know, that girl reminds Don't run after one girl, They are like me a lot of a magazine," street Cars. Thc-rc'll be another along in K. B.-"XVhich one, 'Popular'?" fivt, minutes who's just as good. Harold K.-"N0pe. 'Everybody's.' 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NORTH SIDE SQUARE PHONE 89 E E E E E EE EE EE EE EE BE EE EE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE HE SE SE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE BE SE SE BE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE E E5555555555555 5E555 5 HEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEE EE SE BE EE EE EE 55 HE EE EE EE EE SEI BE EE 5 EE '55 EE EE EE EE EE BE' EE EE EE HS EE EE EE HE SE 3 HE HE SE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE 55 E EFUHEEEHEQEEEEEEEMS 555555555 -fe? CD CIJ 9.2 QD . :vi w st "t o 'A :s 5555515555 Reed Drug Company 'KAt Your Service" EESEEESEEEEEEE 5555555555555 Exclusive agenzs for Elizabeth Arden Toilet Goods EEEEEEBEEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE Phone 1994 E 37 West 11th Street Opposite Post Office E E E EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEHEEEEEEEE555555EE5555EE555555EEBESEEEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEE "Leave your valuables with the night To get the, exact value of 100 German clerk for he will get them any way." marks write down the figures "100." then "Guests wishing fine board will find saw- erase the one and rub the rim off both dust in the kitchen." zeros. 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"So you like my doughnuts. do you?" "No, Mum," replied the truthful tramp, "taut me and some friends down in the holler wants to have n game of quoitsf' THE STVIJENTS' CREDO. The teachers would have us believe-- That That That That is easy we get what we deserve. there is no romance. Latin isn't dead. all tests are fair and every question That the fire drill dot-su't mean teachers' pay day. That those conferences are really good for us. That they would like to teach school on Saturday. That teaching is a profession. That they love to teach for teaching's sake and don't give a snap for the money. That we really should keep moving. we are naturally dumb. Caesar was CIeopatra's husband. That That That they love children. That Santa comes once a year, THE TEACHERS' CREDO The students would have us believe that- There is no justice. They all deserve Ats and 74 is a passing grade. They love us. All mules have long ears. They like poetry and Caesar. They were not sleeping but only play- ing like it. They don't chew gum in class. They go to the library to work. They believe in Santa. The maps they hand in were not copied. They really had a permit but lost it on the way to class. Mr. Weidler couIdn't unlock the locker for I5 minutes. The theme is really up in the locker but the Ioeker key is at home. H. S. HI'MOR "Bus" B.--"Dad and I are great stock- holders on a big cattle ranch? "Arhie"+"That so?" "Rus"--"I'h-huh! I hold the stock while dad milks them." 1 : I .. 5 - ' ,A :ch- 53 I :W 7 2 : -. f.1l1J11.vmt.dL de , A f f lit I ' F EI I f i ' , I I A CASE IN THE SHORT CIRCVIT COURT A chap was arrested for assault and bat- tery and brought before the judge Judge tto prisonertkuwhat is your name, your occupation and what are you charged with?" Prisoner-"My name is Sparks, I am an eIectrieian,and I'm charged with battery." Judge-"Officer, put this guy in a dry cell." 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E1 DJ :J cn F' 55555355 EEEEEEESE EE' HE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE 55 5 EE EE 5 EE HE EE HE EE EE EE EE ESE PEE ESE EE HE EE EE 'EE EE EE EE EE 551 EE HE: SE SE SF: SE: SE SE EE: EE 5555555 BEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEHEEEBEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEE55552595EEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEBEQEQEEEEEEEEEEE5555555555EEEEEEHEEEEEBEEEEE'5EEEEEEEE5iEEHEEE?iE5E5 WE VVISH TO THANK THE SENIOR CLASS FOR THEIR PATRONAGE THIS YEAR AND NVE NVISH THEM A PHOSPEROUS AND HAPPY FUTURE M Herff- Jones Company JEWELERS AND ENGRAVERS - u SEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEWEEEEEEEEEEEEEHQEEEEEEEEEESEHEEEEEEEEESEQEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEHEEEEFFEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE' EE EE HE EE EE BE EE EE ISE ES EE EE EE EE BE 'SE EE EE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE 5 EE HE EE Bi Ei EE EE QE EE EE EE EE EE EE' HE EE E 55555555EEEEHESESEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEIEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEHEEEEEEEEEBEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEEE E555 7' Z ,Q .J The office boy made a slight mistake, and his boss was now finishing a long tirade on his general inefiiciency. "You're a fine kid, you arel" he howled. "Here I've taught you everything I know and still you don't know anything!" CIRCIQMSTANTIA I. EVIDENCE Howard Witt-"We have a new dish washer at the restaurant." Durward Beall--"How so?" Howard-"l' noticed the difference in the finger prints on my plate." Mr. Shields-"I don't beliexe you've studied your geography." Helen Sharpef-"No, sir: I hetllll dad say thc map of the world was changing every day an' I thought I'd wait a few years till things got settled." ANATOMICALLY SPEAKING Keith H.-"How was that girl you were out with last night?" Ed. IS.-"Dt-ad! How was yours?" K. H.-"Buggyl" A man living in San Francisco received a telegram, collect, from a friend in New York. After paying the money he opened it. It read: "I am enjoying perfect health." After reading it he got a large hat box and, filling it with bricks, sent it by ex- press, C. 0. D., to the New Yorker. In it was a note which ran as follows: "This is the load that fell off my heart when I received your telegram." DELVING IN DATE DICTIONARY Class 31-Type L-Parts hair on side, wears 4-inch teakwood around neck, green tie his aunt knitted, pink shirt. Talks about his dog and does card tricks. Told him my shoulders were cold and he wanted to go down' and fix the furnace. Grading-N. Class 52-Type K-Comes from South Philadelphia and cultivates southern accent Sings when dancing. Wears "P" watch- fob. Asks riddles and goes into hysterics over them. Trolley car. Movies. Studio. Grading-N. Class 74 - Type W - Ultra-collegiate. Chaplin pants. Five-button suit. Yellow tie. Good dancer-he says so. Doesn't like to dance. Fairly sofa-sticated sofa- more. Grading-P. Class 1-Type A-Taxi. Ritz, Theatre. Grading-D. Hasn't appeared outside of dictionary yet. Q , fe f r h ' ' 1 O Z AJ, .All. 01, L . .. 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EE E What Would Lzfe Be Without Loyalty? 5 .nl EEE OYALTY is the finest fibre in the human breast-il awards gg? gg alike the humble and the great-makes the small man big gg EE and the big man bigger. EE E Take LOYALTY from the heart of a saint and you have the E EE likeness of a devil. EE E The greatest thing in life is 11'l21ll.S loyalily to Illilll-flllill E gg heart quality of true manliood-that innate stamp ol' fair play gg at which prompts us to hand out the square deal instead of the E double cross. EE EE EE Let us congratulate you graduates of the Senior Class. and EE E may our wish be that your pathway will be strewn with lilk-'s E 55 sweetest roses and that success be attained. 5 E Q 7 E gg . Lj ill' ' 5 EEE 'HOME-Of Htrrzi fwwvlr : ,. -ffl". 5555555555 EF: BE: EE HE EE EE EE EE BE EE SE EE EE HE HE EE HE EE EE HE EE HE EE SE HE EE SE EE SE SE SE EE EE EE E tiki EE 5 55 it Hi .ii EE 55 fll MS5mEEEi'i5E5E A WI. ',. X In I 1 ? 2 l 'Of' 11 QI oo -1- 5 . mr. 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APPENDIX TO THE COLLEGIATE DIC- TIONARY ASPIHIN, 11. 1. A 111-:nrt 111-press:111t, Ap- plied to C0111-ge 111111111ri1ies 111111 selfish XVOI11- en. BLVHB, very 1'111111n1o11 11111111. A creature XY11O leaves 1111- 11111111 i11 21 deadly fog. See 111111116 or Yu! l1'1'e. D111B,11. An :111s1-111-111111111111 prank of evo- lution. See wel. GINCH, 11. The fen111le of t11e spieesg i11- formal usage. Girl, 1111. tGir1, Girled, Girli11g.J A hunt- ing ter111. GRAVE DIGGEH, 11. A joy crasher or pocket rainstorm. HACKING, part. See petting, necking etc. HAMPING, part. To send two Weeks al- l11wa111-eg hence, to week-end in Northamp- tom LOVE-LETTER, 11. A 'varsity letter giv- 1-11 to a 111111-athlete. 1.1'MPlSH, adj. Syng Plodding, uncons- cious, V6l'L12l1l1. Nli1'Tl1AL, 11. One of N31Ll1'6'S blank car- tridges. A wash-out. l1lil,1C, 11. Applied to faculty members 111111 other 121112-V1C101'1Z11'1S. WAHP, 11. A rora avisg a lame duckg a w1-ir11. WILLOW, 11. This season's successor to l111pp1-1'. ZIZZY, 11. S2lI1L11JLl1'g211Il term of complete disgust. Applied to grasping creditors, 111111111 wo1111111 211111 heavy rivals. WHAT THE DICKENS 11111 B.-That d1111ee1' ren1inds me of a 1-11111'111't1-1' from Dickens. H1-r11 G-Which one? H111 B.-Oliver Twist. My girl thinks 111111 l111se1111l1 fans are things wit11 which 111 keep off hot air. 111 11111 11 -1 1 1 UWM 11111 fxfc-Hu 1 1 1 1 -111 11 11,1 1, KW-:L Z TO OUR HAROLD Ile kissed her in the garden 11111011 the moon was xshining bright: 13111 she was Fl lllllfble statue, and Ile was drzznk that night. 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'EE SE E 55 Hi E EE EE -Q5 SE T55 '55 55 EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE EE EE EE SE EE EE EE EE BE BE EE HE EE EE EE SE 55 SE EE E EEEEEEHEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEHE lg INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA 222 E. Uhio Street 55555 EE BE BE EE EE HE EE EE BE EE EE EE 5 5 SFI' EE HE 5 5 EE EE HE EE BE BE BE EE SE' BE BE SE EE EE 5 HE EE EE EE BFI 5 HE SE EE EE BE BE E 555505 SEQRES : : 7 'U 1' . f-'L cn va 3 11 en Z cn na m Q : an :- 5 sa: :I :. I : T E e T sr :ra : as T as : I-I' en en a 555555 EESEEEQEEEEEEEEEEEEEBEEEEESEEEHEEEEEEE EEEEEEHEEEEEEFIEEEEEEEEEEBEEFIEEEEEEEE 5555535555555 5555555555555 Piano Moving, Crating and Packing Phones 1477 and 1230 BE EE EE E555555355555555HE5EE55EEEHQEEEESEHEEEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEEEi5E5EEEEEEE5E5E'HE5E55E5E5EEE .loc Hupp to John Hurleyful say, old "Bob" G.-"What's your favorite tobac- lop, lct's get I1l8l'I'iCd.u Co?" .lohnf-"But who'Il have us, old dcah?" "Kenny" R.-"My Chllll1,S., 5551? E 55 E5 EE EE SE 55 EE EE IEE EE EE EE EE BE 55 55 55 ESRI HE HE EE BE EE HE EE EE SE EE HE HE EE HE EE EE EE HE 55 HE 55 EE EE EE HE QE HE HE 5 555525 5555 E555 Q " FT- 'j A Thru- importzlnt part about ll E E 5 . +5 Gooo pl-infer is his SERVICE 55 'F I BE EE I ' - . EE . ' I SERVICE IS oI'R MIDDLE NAME AND E Q "K" ' VVE'liH CDNILEITED ENOUGH T0 DE- 555 55 IJEVE NVE ARE GOOD PRINTERS. E EE EE BEER SESS 5 . . HE E Commercial SGFVICQ Co. E E Corner 5th and Chestnut Streets E 55 EE PRINTERS gg, RINDERS gg gi EINIBOSSERS HE Y ENGRAVERS 55 5535555 5 EE EE Hi EE EE EE 513 52 511 Em SE 5 55 52 Em H 55 55 EE EE EE EE EE EE HEI' EE SE E HE HE HE HE SE EE sm SE SE EE HEI 55 EE EE EE EE EE EE E MEEEEEEE G 'Y T li 1.3 '4 fe gi 'il f 1 1. J i ! .1 4 .9 11 1 1 4 v X I ,I I i x 'iQY-, . 5 , AA. "J .1.,.,. 5 "' kg K ' 'if 74 1 1 ' -rv Q-rf - 21.-:.x g- -J - N., Miss Day Miss Gore S Mrs. Gqss Miss giiilgiillll ,4 ' u - N Miss Harris Miss i'ii1l'iIIl.!I1 Mr, H01-ton Misa Janney -v Mr. Julius Mrs. Leaclgman Mr. Maier Marti n 1 Nw -.N M1 s . ---VX Vf ,VN i 4 N. , - PX. K Mr. McClintock 'Miss McFarland Miss Mclton X M5 Y - ,A .-,J '. ,.-. 1-. ,W '55 X X-we f K ,.4 , ,,. Y W , , W L I :+FTf?.Lii 1 -, ici' ' ' ' gli' ii 32 V K' 11 E9255535EE95555555555EE5555555555EEHJESEWEEESEHEEESEEEEEEESEQEEEEEEEEESEQEE EE EFS y EE 5 55 55 . EE 55 SE Ei 55 Ei EE 5 555 5 EE Ei HE 55 HE Bti 55 E51 EE HE EE E 55 551 EE 5 EE HE EE SE E E EE5555555555555555555555555EESEHEEEHEEEEEEEHEEEHESESESESEHEHEEEHEEEHEEEEFJEE The Colonial Candy Shop Is the home of Excellent Soda Fountain Service and Delicious Candy South Side Square Phone 302 'TWAS EVER THl'S George T.-"Why the fleuee do I struggle with this piffling job?" One of his niany-"Don,t he discouragedg think of the mighty oak-it was onee a nut like you." A TliAGliDY .Iohny hung his little sister. She was dead before they niisst her. .lohny's ullus up to trix. , Ain't he eute?-he's only six. .lohn has gone from had to worse, Now his fathers in fl hearse,- Snieurefl him with il loud of bricks. .Xin't he Cute?-he's only six. . , . . . ,lohny saw a buzz saw buzz Like at bike, and thought it wuzz. .lohny's eorpse is full of nieks. Ain't he eute?-he's ent in six. LOVINGLY DEDlC.Yl'liD TO K. E. A magazine writer tells us that a dog fills an empty space in zz man's life. This is espeeiaily true of at hot deg. The The The The The The The The The The The The The The 3553555555555555535SESEEEEESESEEEHEEEEEBEEESEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE EE EE SE SE EE 55 EE EE EE 55 Eh EE HE EE EE SE SE EE EE SE EE SENIOR CLASS handsoinest boy- "Ed" VVe,llington. biggest talker- "Sid" Cleveland. most undignified- "Bus" Bronnenberg. biggest joke- "Ed" Greenlee. sehool pest- "Kenny" Ritter. brightest boy- Ralph Ring. heart specialist- "Herb" Call. woman hater- "Ed" Boram. ITIOST ll INJSUHI- George Kelly. biggest sport- "Bill" Steimer. dancing fool- . Paul Newbern. cutest boy- ".loe" Letzkus. busiest- t'Bob" Moore. biggest flirt- POST OFFICE CAFE "A good place to eat" Home cooked foods served courteously within pleasant surroundings 16 W. Eleventh Street PHONE 115 O FU o "1 cm Q H : :E 'D 5555555 5 EE SE SE EE SE HE HE EE SE SE HE . SE SE EE HE lj 'SE BE BE E 5555555555EEEEEEEEEEEEHEHEEEFSESEEEELESEEEEESEEESESEESHEEESEEEEESEEEEEEEEESEEE Joe Lf-"Charlie boasts that no living man c-ovld forge his name successfully to a check and get it cashed. Has he such a very peculiar signature?" Fap B.--"No: hut he hasn't any money in the bank." One day in school the teacher said: "Micky, give me a definition of salt." "Shure," Micky responded: "it's the stuff that makes potatoes taste bad when you boil 'em and don't put any in." NVashington may have been an honest man, but just the same they close all the Pranks on his birthday. Ed Wellington-Mrs. Burrows, is it lunch time yet? Ma B.-No, it is only eleven o'clock. Edf-Then my stomach must be about an hour fast. "lt takes a good man to do this," sang the candidate for Heaven as he entered the Pearly Gates. It doesn't take a musician to play the green horn. E555.35555E555EEEEEESEEEEEEE1EEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEIEHEEEEEEEEHEEESESEBEEEE EE SE EE EE 55 5 th BE EE HE 53 EE EE 5 HE HE EE SE HE EE EE SE EE EE SE EE SFU EE SE 555 EE Em EE 5 EE SE SE E E 55EEEEEEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEHEEEEEEEHEEESEEEEEHEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEESEHEEEBEBEEEEEHEEE The c Sweet Shoppe i Is best for American and Chinese Foods Our Candy and Soda Fountain Dainties are pure Enjoy pleasant surroundings during S Teas, Parties, Dinners EaaaeaaaaaaaesassaaeaaaeaaaeaeaeaiaeaeaeaeaeaeaasaeaeasasaeaeasaE aa ea aa ea ea fa as a a ea S ea E E aa ea ea ta iii E E EE ea . ra 5 E E as aa ea E E saeaeaaaseeaaasasasaeasaaaaaeasaaaasaaaaeaeaeaaaaeaaaaaaaaaeaaat 34 ' '42 zgfc .'vQ-. Tfgfsgg QW.,-.-:1 Q. 5-D" 1"'.'Z'..,, Mm t'Dd,q Eg: :Steffi 'D'-,j"' ,ern 'E': ffm 5' so GQ ,O 2.3 3:2 :1 'LEE 53 :JZ 3. 329 S- Z-,Ep-4 Bm 3-'Z PQ. 32 we Ewg :gg ro Q-gg SD-P-l EI Sm ' P+ as QQ. :rn Spurgeon-Baum Co. Quality Furniture The store that undersella Opposite Post Office Anderson A doctor's report would probably come under the head of the news of the weak. A GOOD LOSER Maurice Starr ffumbling through pock- etst--"l'm afraid I've lost my ticket." lrate Uonductor-"NVhat do you mean, lost it? You couldn't lose a ticket a yard long." Maurice Starr-"I couldn't, hey? Say, you dontt know me. I lost a bass drum once." Guy Ross-"Charley, did you hear that joke about the Egyptian guide who showed some tourists two skulls of Cleopatra-one as a girl and one as a woman?" Chas. H-"NO: let's hear it." 5555554555555EEBEBEEEEEBEBEHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESEEEEEBEEEE EE EE all HE EE HE 55 HE EE HE EE EE EE EE EE EE E '35 E 555555555555EESEEFQEEEEEEEEHEESEEEEHEEEEEEEEESEEEHEHEBEEEEEE 555555 Q Q 9E M E CB G Fl'- '41 3 o O G 9 555555 "We do the job righti' WEESTINGHOUSE BATTE R1 E S Electrical Contractors -- -m -.........-,Q -- O D. F 5 Q Q - 52555555555 53,00 :gogeasea 70' l:"1"":n JE 5-'mt-:yrs-E1E,:"f2f-WEN 3:.,Ef3.m.4Pgu:tEg 5 .., ,...,... migw mfvioii'-,EE m.,.5f'UI":l?'.f.'.,."D-Bragg 3',DEI.,3fDg3'I--IDQQE , N :WUQDTQ-0 we-as r W :gg '...-.-Fm 'Jim C... ,.. OOOQHQE f:-:D--J 00:127- -zvi fu .-:YD EE .7-'37 2f:.i""2 sam: Q-J..-EE gig-,vz UUOJQ g':a.ZDT' 9-'f+.4 EE . -..- vl Wg, 00512355 2 ' sw2.':.SFH 0 Q . E ., ,H 40 5:15 Q 4- g-.gwqaa f-. -J , "' Ffa ...SHE . 5, 2-D: og " an "ZH 5 Q3 zgfflifsgi t.. O' :T 1,35 O 22. Bm 75 O 'LS r'n""f5 'D .., .3 t-4 5 .-"Ian "EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL" 531 Main Street DAMP DRY Patient Parent-"What on earth is the matter now 'P' Young Hopeful twho has been bathing with his bigger brother? -"XVillie dropped the towel in the water and he's dried me wetter than I was before." HOW INTERESTING Martha H.-I went street-ear riding the other day. Isaac K.-And did you see anything of in- terest? Martha-Oh, yes. A Hebrew money-len- der. THE LONG AND SHORT OF IT They stood beneath the mistletoe, I-Ie knew not what to do, For he was only five feet tall, And she was six feet two. Teacher-"Johnny, how much is three IIIIISS three?" Johnny-"Nine," Teacher-"That's pretty good." Johnny-"Pretty good H-, it's perfect." ALI. THE COMFORTS OF HOME A very attractive spinster was once ask- ed why she had never married. This was she answer.-"I do not need to get married, I have a monkey that chews, a parrot that swears, and a cat that stays out all night. Kathryn R.-"I almost had a frat. pin last night." Sara Q.g"Did you refuse hin1?', K, R.f"Who said I refused anybody? He caught 1110 taking it." SESEHESE EE EE EE 5 5? H51 Bti EE HE HE EE EE EE 55 EE EE EE BE EE SE E 555555 El E 55555555HEEESESESEEEEEEEEEEEEEHEEHEEEEEEHEEESESEEIEEEEEEBEEEEEEIEEE SE EE E UU Q QD a W E CD 55 I 'PU SE I-l ' nag y H- ,JU gg. CD BE E E5 E555EEEEEEBEHEEEEEEEEEHEEEHQSEHESEEHEEEEEEEEEHEHEQEEE55555955555 Bakeries Better Bread Pies Rolls F PHONE 284 TRY OUR HOME-MADE A T HOME No. 1. Store-1032 Meridian No. 2. Store-8th and Cottage Park Place THEN THE STORM BROKE "Betty" C.-"It looks like a storm, dearg you had better stay for dinner." Durward B.-"Oh, thanks, but it's not bad enough for that." The seniors were born for big things, The freshies were born for small But nobody knows the reason why The juniors were born at all. THE VICTIM "Yes, my 'usband's laid up, a victim of football." "ButI didn't know 'e even played the game." " 'E doc',sn't 'E sprained 'is larynx at the match last Saturday!" A eat has nine lives, but a'frog croaks every night. I Q 2 2 ca ca o 2 2 'U CB V9 : :D : :fungi-w f'DmV"-'ru r::1"'0:: Irgl FUINQT I-552 Z 53,215 319: 24:10 EQ-S3 5:sO"' wigs ':bn:':g aw Q POF' . ag 5 E.-5 E U : Q t... 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'DET'-0-:Z 'Umgom '4'-s 5-1 '-UQ5,-acre 'E -Ni OFOQ f-w-l"5v-1- I,:5f-U -..fa H:-ai ITD--: S2 F af- 5 -,.. Q ,D . 532 2 mfg o 9.1 E. OQ- Q.. 5:31 ' o '-1 : E 'cs m 5 4 -1. '4 5 O : CI '4 T5 62,1889 8.63 DRY GOODS, READY-TO-YVEAR CLOTHING and SHOES Vernet Turner is so dumb that he thinks, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" is a foot- ball picture. fWho made you fall, then let you lay? Your girl. Then taunted you with laughter gay? Your girl. And who came with you to the prom, And flirted with your churn, Tom, Then petted him while you were gone? Your girl. XYho broke your heart with words untrue? Your girl. And also broke your bank roll, too? Your girl. With sweetest words that e'er were pen- ned , VVhat girl at last will prove your friend, I And stick right with you to the end? .- Your sister, . ef!! , x , Q 1 ,N ' Q -5 'J X, f- , I X fxg,.f L ' AS they will Sign their checks , 1 ' X L Q.- ,f -X, ,- fi f 'if 3 , r ,f T ,Q "Rm Z' , HJ f J V - fx , lf, Y Q fc! 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"With a fascinating look and wimung smile, She szls high in all peoples' hearts." l N ' LYLE SOUTHARD Science Club 45 Coinnier-cial Club 3, -lg Student Council 23 1 Honorary Society 3, 49 Girl lieserves 2, 3, 4g becretary Class 35 Vice-Presi- jf dent Class 4. Q "Her eyes are stars of twilight fair, like twilight too her dusky hair." Q rg JOSEPH LETZKUS-"Joe" Sergeant-at-Arnis Class 4g Yell Leader 4, Track 3, 45 Football 4, Class Play 45 Science Club 45 Tennis Club 3, President fl Advisory 45 Hi-Y 4, Junior Class Reception 35 Daddy Long-Legs 4, Q '- "He has no specialty? .Ah, it may be dramaticsf' ARNOLD BRONNENBERG-"Bus" Spanish Club 35 Basketball 3, 4, Business Manager Class 45 X-Rey Staff 2, 3, 4,1 Track 3, 4. "B stands for Bus." -ffl...-.:.v, .. M. .V ,i 'f f t -AM-1'1.4l.u1al.1r..'n .A v,..-1 1, 1 . . 5v...1, ' 13 . lx I ,. 'I 1 .u I 1,4 Boosters Club 4, Latin Club 4, Vice-President 4, bcience Club 4. I ,X 4? 1,-fr-,img-'ff' if l A A asf" ' ' ,'W-Y 4 -' VT H, - -- -- W 7- i'i1,E1J:-vG'.'1f:f',?, fir. - 4' 5 5 Y- w XL N 4 w 1 ui-152, :i1ij".5kJLff:'1M" PV. "X L ' N 14 FRIEDA BADGLEY Coniinerciul Club 3, 45 Girl Reserves 4. "Not stepping OYCI' the bounds of modesty." PAUL ANDERSON Band 3, 4, "I know him by his gait,- He is a friend." PAULINE B.xoo1,EY Coniniercial Club 3, 45 Girl Reserves 45 Chorus 4. "Who mi.z'ed reason with pleasure. And wisdom with mirth." CH.inLEs ANTRIM Spanish Club 3, 45 Booster Club 15 Track 3. "He is a welt made man who has a good determination." HELEN B.xnNEs Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 French Club 2. "Very pleasant lzast thou been." liA'rHnx'N BLACIQ Boosters Club 45 Dramatic Club 45 Girl Reserves 35 French Club "As a flower of the Heldg so she flourishethf' ALBERT ARBOGAST Circulation Manager X-Ray 3, 45 Circulation Manager Annual 4 Vice-President Class 25 Student Council 25 Senate 2' Advisory Basketball 45 French Club 3. "The business of the man looks out of him." HONVARD BAUM-"Gus" French Club 2, "A good heart is worth its weight in gold." EVELYN BLIZ.-XRD 25 Girl Reserves 45 President Advisory 4. "Oh Music! which on our ear is laid, Friend of Pleasure, Wisdom's aid." ROBERT BING-"Bob" Hi-Y 3, 45 Senate 1, 2, 3, 45 Junior Class Play 35 Science Club 4 Daddy Long-Legs 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 4. "Just ask the ladies." 5 l 9 l X-Ray Board 15 Dramatic Club 1, 45 Latin Club 3. 45 Orchestra S -3 ,., . -1 354 I - i ...ii 16 J, 1 l 1 . 1 .dl W. .1 'TR U., Jr ,YC-14's il? 2 .-'frykryau , V -, ,- -- 1 aiamewwfs 2 1 N Qwigej, '. .151 f 'f g'?f'l l 3 ' ww- A -A sf RosA BLACKABY 541 Assistant Editor X-Ray 3, Editor-in-Chief X-Ray 4, Girl Reserves 3 4 fb Honorary Society 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Editor-in-Chief Annual 4, Latin Club 3, 4, President Class 2, Student Q, Council 3, Bill Reader 3, Oratorical Contest 4, fit Boosters' Club 4: President X-Ray Board 4. "Shall I compare thee lo tlSlIlIl'l116I"S day? Thou art more lovely still." 45 iii DALLAS Bevan-"Dub" "Oh! A farmer's life for me!" VELMA BnoNN1sNBEuG Glrl Reserves 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, French Club 2, fl", Science Club 4, Chorus 1, 2. it "A maiden bright and cheerful J' With a kindness in her eye."' HAL BL0UN'l"-'ARIISIUU ' K Football 45 Senate 1, 2, 3, French Club 2, Science Club 3, 4, gf Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. "The brave deserves the fair." ESTHER BIuDEN'rH.xLAUJacky" F39 Glee Club 3, 4, Latin Club 45 Boosters' Club 4, Girl Reserves 1, jP CllOl'l.S 1, 2, 3, 4, X-Ray Reporter 4, Coinniercial Qlub 4, Gypsy Rover 3. "Happy i11 her own nsefnlnessfi 55 CHAnLr:s Boxcuz Spanish Club 3, Assistant Coach 4. "Believes in legal rights." 3? ,il Lum. BuuN1s'r'r Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Chorus 2, 4, Spanish Club 4f11DI'2lI1121tlC Club 1. 'tBeuuty'sz self she is." 521 RUSSELL Bowen Track 3, 4, Student Council 3, Science Club 4, Commercial Club 3. "A miniature general." NILAH BYHUM Science Club 4, Senate 1, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Dramatic Club 2, Chorus 1, 2. EQ? "Thou as Heaven art fair and young, Thine eyes like twin stars shining." Q5 MARTHA BURNETT Chorus 2, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Spanish Club 3. gg "Fair as a star when only one Is shining in the sky." Si5bl5':it1H53fi'!Ei5.f2Jiflf?-1'i5lf'Jif"fS':i9.5i-tilitiiii-ifi-FEEEL"W-2'' 'si' V 17 " t, 4' .. A 4., it-,Wag 1 1 i I I 4 1 V I' f I U v 4 I I a L I 5 r L R I i 4 . LW., . A! V Y - , K V Ni. I 18 ' if J" Lite , 7, JF it ,le .ft L 1 I . 1. L 1' L t x r 1 Jw 1 In 1 1. u t ly.. . LU X- J 1 51 itz bl 13. .. .ex J Li' 1 1 .G Q41 li ii J. t- :JL it jk 't L flii nn - iff: :J ii 31 i J -' Jn ,L l 1 . un V.: Q an Lf at 1. .E .10 in , up aan. Ni ra 1 . I' .5 Eli ii -L Uf' in L .1 .m 'il of ,711 J V' ith yr .1 ,Jr .214 1 , nf 11 Ja 21 A35 yr, 4U En. ffm . tu?Q'7 .r .:?i'l, .ax ref: L. HLy1i.rL'i1n.b1Lw L n Y 19 Rjxx k -' 'ig-AV? f,f"'4Y V W .1 !1c,Lu.E,. 5 1 u ct Y. Y -" H' U gg- 'aff -W 1' '-Q1 1'aENE BYRUM Honorary Society 3, 4g Science Club 4g French Club 4g Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatic Club 1, 2. "Her every tone is Mnsic's own." ED BORAM "Strictly business." lVIARGUliRITE CONGER Girl Reserves 4. "Her voice is sweet as any nightingale's." VIHGIL BRONNENBEHG Latin Club 3, 4, Secretary and Treasurer 3g Chorus 4. "A silent partner." GENEVIEVE CONGER "We wish she had come to us sooner." FOREST BYRD-"Birdie" Orchestra 4g Chorus 4. "Fine feathers." B'121:N1cE CONRAD Girl Reserves 1, 23 Senate 1g Science Club 4g Chorus 1, 2: Class Play 4. '24 charming "Corinthia" all will agree, With a charm and a manner delightful to see." En BHODHEADYUEIIU Student Council 4g Annual Staff 4g X-Ray Reporter 33 Hi-Y 1, 2. "A sprightly fellow who can talk readily." ELIZABETH Cox-"Bettina" Girl Reserves 2, 4g French Club 4, Secretary 43 Daddy Long-Legs 4g Science Club 45 Senate 45 Glee Club 4. "Is she not kind as she is fair?" HERBERT CALL-t'H6Fb,' "Absence makes the heart grow fonder" . i-,.1,!, L -N' .V-"w,-fr i iw!-.X 1, 2, 1 Vieke--11-r CHQ. ,,.,,... ME ?Df 'ul-2 'Lp me ml ,jp F52 IV? ,wg ,mu ' l!j ' 5 if ,. . EN 5. E' " N pl: an ': gulf, .Fiji Fam .. 5 M: X .il U L-- ,Q 5,115 5 K AJ . ' I. lj 3 " iff me '5 'TLT VCE J EFA UE r aw, . as ' M fy, Eff C L51 9 'fi GJ 'I E? Y ff-E r YM, N 5 L' Q fl ,.:3 2 Q5 an v. S ' E. '? 2- A T, I, . ,Jr .MI !1 '14 il 4 v . ,gg 1 dv aj: if me V3.1 iii .XY V-"E Iii? F 55: ET? ' N. in F "3 .L- EST' -' ga .. sie: -L is Ed ,ZW EFS H1 Y 1 , x ,I-,,,,.E, W ,V w , H1143 'ag , .. J BERNICE CROOK Editor Annual 43 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, President 4, Cabinet X-Ray Reporter 3, 4g President Advisory 3, 43 Student Council 3, 4: Senate 1, 23 French Club 2, 4, Sec- retary Class 3: Dramatic Club 43 Bill Reader Student Council 4. "Blessed with u temperate will, Endurance, foresight, strength and skill." Dixvm BllRNETTfl'DUU6,' X-Ray Reporter 4. "A good lllflll possesses the world." GETTRUDE D.-XVIES Science Club 43 Spanish Club 4, President -lg Girl Reserves 43 Orchestra 4. "Her eyes are sapphires set in snow, R6SCI1'll7lllIfj Heaven hy every wink," CLAIRE CALL Orchestra 43 Hi-Y 43 Science Club 4. "With his bright and cheery smile." Dnmnns DixoN--"D" Commercial Club 3, 43 Chorus 4: Girl Reserves 3, 43 Spanish Club 4. "For she is hen! and she is sweet, ,lnd at fllllfllllfllllfl she cmft be heat." Ev12m2TT CAIVIPBELL Basketball. "I am not in the role of com-mon men." P.'XULINl-T D,u:L1NG-"Darli11y" French Club 2: Boosters' Club 4: Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves 1, "Her f'1lfl1'll1S are many." Sinxlzv CLI2v1-tl..-xNn-"SirI" H.-lll IUIICIIOIUII mulddy -- C sickness." Donornv DELPH "Never worry and get wrinkles, Cheer up and get dimples." JOHN CHILDES Basketball 3, 43 Football 31 Track 4: Vocational Squad 2, 33 Spanish Club 2. "Thinks he is a crzzrenmnf' 1, f . ., .Y 'su' --',:.S. . ,.,,. - . .ff-1" J ,A 2"-1. , 4 1 A - -",'- ,fl . Er" .L ,I J 1 - ,1 :-' '41, . ,1'.' 6, A .P Q X , 1.: , . ,Q ' , . ci ' ,-N" ,x.',A V. P-J -,J . , ,X . ,,',,-Xu, , f xg, ,, . lx' 3 f ,, I , It V, '. - auvw-xi 4 , .,., , ,If ...5 4, ' 1 '4"' -."v'fy2. ..,r, 4 his, ' 1 '. ' , -., ' . J, X . M 7, 'Cyn . 5 g'. V 4 .- 'Lf A ,ffif - . v: ,M 1 'V Q,-5, MQW .,4 . ,f , 5. J. I ., , X , s 41 . ,H 1 1 . U .. .,-x. A . ,Mr ' w ' 'r'7:.4I 1 J- - 1 fx Y fq"x"' ff "Xxx Q: - ,f f mfweelm'wwf'-ixffgwiffe1 1fd1Ma14s4ssu1U1S5 L., Q 1 1 - ,Q-1 LL., af, H , YY-W M ,,.,., ,Q-1-.11fa:fw,i'rN..:'-JL,,.Ju4rag, .L-Hina' if g-,,1-f- 1, Qu- 'T , f Y u i l I A i Y N L i , 5 1 ' B g P i : i K :if ' ' , rv N 42:1 .Jx JI J' 'Jw.'.,,1 -Ji J fn 41' ef 4114, Ll'V .gr fm . 'UT pn ,J ,n CJiQ?Qn1.f min Ci gi rl? pi? ,, N43 lm Jw L 22 LLW nm- ,ff w 'JE LPL 5, 15' V,- if ui 1 ri ui ga .iw , -,L K 71 :ug Qnfi lk ' 7, ,Li '41 FJ fi 79? f YK yi :gg- 5 rf , EI! if Lai Q9 ii gl '1 W 5 31 V-522, 3 ir in Zi. ii gi, 511 it 17. LT , ' ru 55? gi. . -iq 1 ang' wx f.,,, Lg 6,51 ,qrr 350 ?'5 P55 'TQQ'-f-T.'El"if,':I'.LIFfLl"'E7, ',"4,f"5'L F : F 'Af F""r'1.Cf'fX "Vi,',Lf'Q, - i' L ' " K. LVL V" ,ki ' L f ', f".Ef'S.? ,Jai 1 1 U .. ' T-xx no V. A W i r"'1"' R- - if ff' .. , 4' , ,,,. ,aww q,...- is '. Q.. . MAHIAN DRONBERGER Chorus 1, 3, 45 French Club 2, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 45 Honorary Society 3, -lg Science Club 41 Dramatic Club 4. "Her honest fame shall live, Within the mouth of man." THEooonE CHAIWIBERS "A victim of the opposite seat." EMMA EDINIUNDS French Club 1, 4: Commercial Club 4. "Silent and chaste she steals along, Far from the wo1'ld's gay busy throng." HARLAN COLLE Science Club 1, 4: Commercial Club 4. "Has he nothing to say? "Then 'tis not he." .TOSEPHINE ELLISON-HJOH Dramatic Club 3: Spanish Club 43 Chorus 3, 43 President Advisory 4g Glee Club 3g Class Play 4. "A creature not too bright or good, For human IlClllll'8,S daily food." GEORGE COLVIN Science Club 4, "He is not happy who knows it not." LEANNAH FADELY Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4g X-Ray Reporter 43 French Club 2, 33 Chorus 2g President Advisory 3. "Beauty is as beauty does, So beautiful is she." RAY DANFORTH Dramatic Club 2. 3, 41 Commercial Club 4. "An unassuming fellow but willing to be friends." DOROTHY F,mMEn-"Dot" Girl Reserves 4. "Her noble l1eart's the noblest, yes And her sure faith's the surest." RUTH FEIGLEY-"Dudy" Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Association 3g Dramatic Club 1, 2. "An equal mi.rture of good humor and sensible sensibilify. L - .....,' .. .. , .., Lx I H ll Jer' 1 f 'Vf-f. ,X i 'XJ ' -1-"-sf-'-,,L,1.1.1.u.L,--1.-W1u,1,L,wf,w1.:i, 'JJ-,ff nu Q ,WY -Y -WY-V-Y , Q f "Q"-451 7'4" Q' gh 5 .9-f -vgwpf wp -..-f tn- 1 ' ' 1, 1, ff , L ,L E7- 1,1 ,I VE 'fi' if I-w. 'EE ' FL' 1 r,- rI"' -J: aw' if gm ni -31 Q., V ' "Vila .iiii ilk ,L 7351 ZEN' 1 N' f A 'H -If Y v- V 'Ns , Alt' NX-xo ff "'..,...-.-., ' U- uiv' In ' fue' '-1 'F F' - " we ,, .-111: , fir, ' - Q -gs ii? g ng., linlQ"il'ulinlgrnzrfwli lbwzlvxlf-nlfglw., '.l vl l LJ L2 155 J-ff Q: ,Q ,lf is 'l- .rg an EE ,fi IJ? JU HE if Q? Ti M 1 YE 'aw If an 3. E eo' 5 92? QE , ru ge ,W Ei ,E .Q L 59 ri if . ,Z ef QE fl? ii ii E L31 2, 1 , F ,4 'L le ET ii if .552 l fe J' , 'E ZS JE 21 if V E Ti Q w ,E Q' 1, E? Qi GE 3 1 'F H4 J' 55 lui' gp. TIE :UZ ' ri im E5 95 5? 5 ' NEv.x Furla Drzunatic Club 3g Spanish Club 24 Honorary Society 4. "Here abidelh brains, work, and counsel." J013 CUMBIINS R, L "He is rich who desires nollzing more." L HOH'1'ENSE GREEK-QHTGIISGH Girl Reserves 3, -lg Glee Club 3, 43 Fire Prince -lg Gypsy Hover 3g COI1lI1lCl'Ciill Club 2, 3. 4g Spanish Club 2. "ll'I2ose litlle bldg lodged an active brain," Mrnorl DRULEY Science Club 43 Spanish Club 4. "We Izale lo see Izinz leave." L1LLx' Jlxc1isoN-"Bifly" Drzuuatic Club 2, 'lg French Club -1. "A fianlv and open nniz1re." Hisnnitm' GWINN-"Herb" Science Club 4g Track 3, 4. "Whatever is worlh doing at all is worth doing well." G:iu,xLmN1z GUSTIN "For pleasllie was inode for one io enjoy." li.XROLD E'reTiIsoN-"Elf-11" X-Hay Sales Stuff 3, 43 Science Club 2, 33 Student Council 2, -lg French Club 2, 3g Advisory Basketball 3, 4, "Well, I liflllll lclzozuf' VERA GRIFFITH Girl Reserves 2g Science Club 4. 'Taiiezzi and still And full of good mill." LAXVHIZNCE l-.'m'soN4-''Lf1rrie" ' Science Club 43 Hi-Y 4. "He keeps company with cheerfulness and mirth." 5 S HA , ,, C if WQVLQ Ulf fcf f ML IJ ur-rr if when ' ' ' -u ' eg gl? get flEf"gf'flv 'X1 f-jg-F cr Q35 QEQH Qii'Ef1'iE19.f.f15l. ' N ' l " .iilirwil l ei LZ' 355 Q3 irwiii QT iii, 33 i "iii: is 53 l .Q l L K, 1 s- l ui ww L fl 'IL FLW r, E ,E r,,rL, 11' 11 P iw z n l "rf Ri ,,, 'L ' J. , .., fall Ku' X yr 3 .A-. gpg., Q N ,, .., an I l.f?r7..'5f,:'g f., if 27 , ,:a,,u Y 4 , . 1 sv - VERNA, I.Exv,xnK Girl Reserves 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 Commercial Club 3, 43 President Advisory 4. There is a garden in her face where roses and white lilies blow NEIL HUFFMAN Champion horseshoe pitcher 3, 4. "Willing lo talk and lie talked to." REGINA LYNCI-I-HGCIICH Girl Reserves 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President Advisory 4. "Is she smiling? No? Then 'tis not she." Aumam' l'l0l,LlENBlECK-UAlldu Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Hi-Y 2. "Variety is the spice of life." I.mTH,-x Mvizns Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Commercial Club 43 Chorus 2, 3, "She is a quiet litlll- girl with a quiet little way." JOHN HL'iu,lcv '24 good fellow to know." hiILDRED Moons Girl Reserves 1, 2, 43 Chorus 2. "To judge this maiden right, Right well you nz-:ist know her." Amman .IACIiS0N4HJflC1Cy' Basketball 1, 2. 3, 43 Track l, 2, 3, 43 Football 43 Student Council 1, 2g President Class 13 Junior Class Play 3. "Who can hold his swift foot back?" EDXVINNA MsNv11.I.E Girl Reserves 1, 23 Glee Club 2. 3: Chorus 1. 2. 3: Spanish Club 3, 43 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, "Queen violet and queen rose in one." Hsuom JACKSON "He hath a brother, 'Jack' ." "fx, KM? 555 J N-. f it V CATHERINE HARTUP-"Katy" Girl Reserves 45 X-Ray Reporter 4. "O1'dai11ecl to C1lClI'I1l'.H RUSSELL FOLIIQNER-"RUS" Senate 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 15 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 25 Coininercial Club 2, 3, 4, President 45 Science Club 4. "Men ,some to pleasure, some to business take." BIILDRED GUs'r1N Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 President Class 15 Treasurer Class 25 llresident of Advisory 15 Student Council 45 Gypsy Rover 35 Daddy Long-Legs 45 Dramatic Club 4. "Her ways are ways of pleasalltizessf' hu EIVLINGER Dramatic Club 35 Dramatic Club Orchestra 35 Orchestra 1, 2. "The heavenly notes ascencl lo the sky, And heavenly joys i1zs:pi1'e." BIARTHA HUFFlN1AN Dramatic Club 1, 25 Senate 25 Science Club 35 X-Ray Reporter 25 Boosters' Club 3. "Graced with the power of words." Fu.4N1iL1N FoL'NTA1N-"Fra11k" Band 3, 45 Senate 35 Dramatic Club 3, 4, "Toot, toot, Fm coming." C.x'rH13n1NE HiGG1Ns-"Kitty" Girl Reserves 1. 45 Glee Club 45 Fire Prince 45 Science Club 4. "An artist of poetry is che." PAUL GENDA4'iGiIZ" Latin Club 35 Science Club 4, Vice-President 45 Hi-Y 45 Daddy Long Legs 45 Annual Staff 45 X-Ray Staff 45 .lunior Class play 3. "Who never puts oil' until tomorrow what can be done today." .IEANETTE Ho'rt:Hii1ss-"Ja11" Dramatic Club 4: French Club 2. "A heart and head of gold she bears." GERTRUDE H.-XRL.-KN Girl Reserves 4. "Her ways are ways of yentlenessf' V ' :W - 23' xv- X 'iff' 1- : f X 1- 1 r: ,:, 4-' -4. -1 .av -- ,-xxx -fr -..-V Q11 ' w J- .:. Xu ,1. ,J .f . 1' W. ,ur me .1 .- ,W - ,fi hh: 'vw ': 9 -mp' 3, 11 Vswwl-ny 1'-H5 E,- ,A Q. ., ,. .-., ..,. .-.,,..,, . 1-W' ML!! ---J ' Lil , . 'L ' L? LFHQP F' 'FLPLP .."' IN x I ' 1' ' -' ' '-f'Y'F.'i"J'k"Uf'VPN' 30 ff: 4.5 515, . , 1? qi' .YE gr Ju A35 5: ,gg f ff, lf! gli ?Q FE J . 5 S Us 3.5 v 11' LT 1-SC TE li .31 U TT' .,Y. .: 5 is 33 .az QF. 1? : U ii JSE, it E". 5? ,gf ,N .IX ,5 -, ,Qi -1 7,5 JL ii E , 'gi if 5' , FH ii ii 3:5 LE U SN QE' 33 ji V 'E 311' Ufi TP: 515 155 E F4 ,,-. as E - RITTA HAM1LToN-"Pete" Dramatic Club 1g Glee Club 3, Girl Reserves 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3. "She's little but mighty, .-ind her eyes speak." ROBERT GILPIN-HBObH Senate -tg Commercial Club 3, Track 3, 45 Football 4, "Success to a diligent worker." LEFERN DENNISON Girl Reserves 3, 4, Senate 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Science Club 33 Class Play 4, Chorus 3, 4. "Such beauty as this is rare." CARL GOBLE Chorus 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Senate 4. ss "A II"'Qf polite young man. RUTH JONES "The quiet kind whose nature never varies." PAUL GWINN Science Club 4. "Let each man do his best." KATHERINE EAST Dramatic Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Latin Club 44 Girl Reserves 4 "Pleasure and action lllttlfe the hours seem short." Onv1LLE GWYNN Band 3, 45 Hi-Y 1. "Wherein is lodged a little dynamo," MARY HOWELL Honorary Society 35 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President Secretary 4, Dramatic Club 2, Girl Reserves 3, 4g Stu- dent Council 3. 4g X-Ray Reporter 3, Annual Statf 4. "Puts her best into everything." MYRTLE JONES "Her eyes say, 'I am carefree and happyf " 3 1, f . ., .Y 'su' --',:.S. . ,.,,. - . .ff-1" J ,A 2"-1. , 4 1 A - -",'- ,fl . Er" .L ,I J 1 - ,1 :-' '41, . ,1'.' 6, A .P Q X , 1.: , . ,Q ' , . ci ' ,-N" ,x.',A V. 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Y LH:- EJKJ bi. fi Y I , , YL- fig Eff Q15 ' J fliw , " V fx rg: QE gif " vii .1- Q? .45 if 125- Pm 2- we QE :In ,fy , -P 'E' 53 Jr. me w JJ 55 55 if ff! '85 1 'hi E' . 11 as .mV my s,': 26 .ug :JP A151 551 fvis if Liv 53 543 571- A 55 991 wg 2-7.1.1 1 15" Ff' LW , . :fs "ig-,.'51:'Lg .gffgryu--vk,-. ... Mm W YY A - Y Sf - mf x +fa1ea: fg2 , ' '- ' V w W 1 " f-1'-H+ ' -' 'f',f'w1f:' :mmf N .QM .- . V N ' vJ5Ui.w5v-159-1p3gQf'iE'kSHq.i1L,gLa'z,5-Lg. QW- U, , 7, Qi' .5 . . .. ,vumnglgryjglSQLENSHQ5, ---P 32 EVELYN KUCH Girl Reserves 1, French Club 2, Chorus 2. "Une petite fitle charmantef' hlAllRIOT'l' CHEER-"Ted" Scnulc 1, Athletic Association 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Coinnici-cial Club 3, 4, 5, Student Council 4, 5, SC1'Ql32lI1t-Elt-Al'IllS 4. "A mighty good scout too." CwuNuoLx'N JONES Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, X-Ray ueporler 4, Cnorus 1, 2, 3, Science Club 4. "1 tlL'I'6 be none of Beautg's daughters with a magic like thee." VEAHL H1LL1Goss President Advisory 4. ' Hg his true friendship we judge him a worthy man THELINIA KEHRER-"Bebe" Student Council 2, 4, President Advisory 3. "A mind at peace with all the world." KEITH HOFFMAN-"Keet" Chorus 3, 4, FireAPrince 4, Band 3, 4, Science Club 4, Glee Club 4, Track 3, 4. "Study hath charms but lone hath supereharznsf' CHARLo'rTE LAMEY Dramatic Club 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3. "With gentle get prevailing force, Intent upon her destined course." LAVINIA LEHMAN "Y 1.0 general voice can mg spirit cheer." CLARENCE I'IANDY-HBLICIH Class Play 4, French Club 2, Track 2, 3, 4, Foot- ball 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, Student Council 3. "Fleet of foot and mind." MARTI-IA LAUGHLIN Commercial Club 4. "She came here to graduate with a good Class." , ' '-e1"'5ff-sv 51:23 9 34 i 1 wx " 3 itil - 3'::' 52- E. .. ' ETHEL MOYEP. Dramatic Club 23 Girl l-Reserves 2, 3, 4g Chorus 1, 2. "Folks with brown eyes are always staunch and true." CAsL15u H.x11N Band 3, 4: Orchestra 2, 3, 4. "Always willing lo learn solnelhing more." Vlsnxs Moonn Latin Club 4, "Let her own. works praise her." AIRTHUR KEM-"Kem'my" Band 3, 4. "Here is a friend tha! stielceth closer than a brother." XV.XI.'l'l2ll .Kniis.x1.1, Band 3, 49 Concert Band 4, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Athletic Association 2, 3. " 'One flower is juiresl of lhenl- a l', says l1e'." RUBY Molloy-"Tillie" Student Council 1, 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3g Dramatic Club 2, 3g President Advisory 13 French Club 3, Honorary Society 3, 4. UAl6'l'6'l' idle any day, Finding time for work and play." PAUL LABIEY--'iPl'l6H Science Club 43 Senate 2, 33 Track 2, 3, 4g Football 4. "I intend lo succeed in all lllld6l'lIlklIlgS.,, JACK IQING Senate 1, 2g Fire Prince 4, Chorus 3, 4g Tennis Club 39 Dramatic Club 4g Athletic Association 3, 4. "He wields a wicked eye unmng lhe ladies fair." liirnns PASIIO--uSIll'lHl,' Spanish Club 4g Girl Reserves 49 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, COIHC Out of the Kitchen 33 Class Play 4. "She pleased when distant, But when near, she charmed." VERA BAUCH Student Council 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, Senate 2, 3, Drainatie Club 1, 2g Scien-re Club 3. "Laugh and the world laughs with you." l l l ll ,li l lg: -I Q1 1 1 24 i I L 4, ith? , KATHERINE REDD Commercial Club 3. 4: Dramatic Club 4g Girl Reserves 4: Spanish Club 4. "Her very frowns are fairer far, Than smiles of other maidens are." JAMES LANTZ "A little nonsense now and then, Is relished by the best of men." ELENE ROSEBERRY Boosters Club 4, President 4: Girl Reserves 1, 23 French Club 2 "Bonnie, blooming, straight, and tall." CHARLES LUGENBELL "Can hold his own with the best of men." EDNA SIINERTHORNE Girl Reserves 2, 3: Science Club 3, Vice-President 33 French Club 2, 3: Glee Club 2, 3: Dramatic Club 3:Chorus 1, 2, 3. "Her beauty twinkleth like a star, Within the frosty night." GEORGE lllORGAN-UBECIHUH French Club 4: X-Ray Salesman 3, 4: Athletic Association 2, 3: Boosters Club 4: Football 4: Band 3, 4: Concert Band 4. "Happy is he who knows his follies in youth." CATHERINE RosE Student Council 4: Dramatic Club 4: Science Club 4. "A charming miss we'll all agree, No fairer flower there is to see." J. "EDDIE" MOORE-"Eddie" Dramatic ClI1b 4: Orchestra 4: X-Ray Staff 4: Assistant Advertising Manager Annual 4: Class Play 4: Student Council 4: French Club 4: Senate 4: Football 3. "I am very fond of the company of ladies." IRENE SAMPLE Chorus 1, 2: Honorary Society 5, 4: Latin Club 3, 4, President 4: Student Council 4. "All vice she doth wholly refuse, and hateth idlenessf' Nona SMITI-I-"Judy" Honorary Society 4: Daddy Longlegs 4: Girl Reserves 4: Senate 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 4: Annual Staff 4, "Full of fun and lots of pep, Clever alike with tongue and pen." 11'TfL'vjT',r ,nN-1.1 . W1 L,,.- , Q: ,Q ,-. QW . 4. 1 jirkgfx if 43.31 Y, iv 'rp Yr,j,i5Yf,5,,,i Hr, r, f- :EFI ' 0.1 EJ-X X fffv, ,, YM.,.-,,lQA,,-,,,,,1..,Jj5.T ,. -- .V H -Pr, ' 5 xX'+'Q' 1,4 .Q hiv 11' eu! if f K: - :.-- . ' " ' " '.. Q Q L., , Ywik..a.1: fr f M' f 5"" '-fr-1-f 1 W ww, Q 'Q E i ,ju ' 1 .A. Gi flat QL- .N 'sb if -.Q if .5 'L .,, ,,, ,V NELLIE STOTTLEMYEB-"Punch" Girl Reserves 2, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Student Council 2, 3, 4 President 3, 4: French Club 4, Vice-President 4: Science Club 3, 4 Secretary and Treasurer 3, 4: Senate 3, 4, Secretary 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: President of Advisory: Editor of Manual 4: Honor- ary Society 3, 4: Annual Staff 4: X-Ray Reporter 3. "Esse quam uideri-To be rather than seem." Emu. hi.-XHAN Basketball 3, 4: Football 4: Track 2, 3, 4. 'tHe tackles a hard job with a will." RIILDRED SHARP-"Mil" Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3: Dramatic Club 1, 4: Student Council 4: Chorus 1, 2. "Much mirth and no madness. All good and no badnessf' .lmuss ML'NsoN "Young fellows will be young fellows." AvA SHOEMAKER Colnmercial Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves 4: Spanish Club 4: Chorus 2, "She was a phantom of delight, When first she glcamed upon my sight." Romair M00RE4'tB0b', X-Ray Board: X-Ray Staff: Assistant Business Manager 3: Business Manager 4: Annual Staff Business Manager 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club Orchestra 3, 4: Director 4: Orchestra 2, 3. 4: President Dramatic Club 4: Band 3, 43 Junior Music Study Club 4: Saxophone Soloist 4: Commer- cial Club 4: Spanish Club 2. 3, 4: Boosters Club 3, 4: Junior Minstrel 3: Vice-President of Class 3: Business Manager 3. "He knows what pleasure is for he has done good work." INGEBORG SCHLEYER-"Inky" Girl Reserves 1. 2. 3. 4' Honorary Society 3, 4. Treasurer 4: Commercial Club 3, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4: X-Ray Reporter 4: Daddy Long,f-Lees 4: Science Club 4: Student Council 3, 4. "Little gentle, sweet and true, Characterizes this maiden for you." JOSEPH MCMAHAN-"Joe" "Who said energetic?" YVILINIA ST1NsoN-"Bobbie" Girl Reserves 43 Dramatic Club 4. "A tho't ungentle canna' be the tho'l o' this maiden you see. n Im. STURGEON Basketball 1, 3: Spanish Club 1, 2, 3: Commercial Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3: Dramatic Club 3: Stu- dent Council 3: President Advisory 2, 3. "An energetic miss who is always in a good frame of minl. n 'u I . MJD.. 4 lm. +.. A...+,-,.,. Am - ,-W.,.-,,. 1 lNl,xnGAn1aT SYLVESTER Girl Reserves 1. 2. "Your heart's desires be with you." GORDON ODELL Band 1, 23 Orchestra 1, 2: Track 3, 4. 'tHis industry never lags." Zona STEVENS Dramatic Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Science Club 4, President Advisory 4g Girl Reserves 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. "Graceful and useful all she does: Blessing and blest wher'ere she goes." PAUL NEWBIQRN-"Kid" Band 3, 4: Concert Rand 41 Orchestra 1. 2. 33 Science Club Athletic Board 4. President 4: Fire Prince 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3: Chorus 1, 2. 3: Drum Corps 3, 4: Assis- tant Business Manager Annual 4, "With a manner full of dignity." VIVIAN THURDIAN Girl Reserves 4: Chorus 1. "Behold, there was brightness and beauty." DXNIEL OLSEN-"Dan" "No scorn of fellozumen he shows." Plxcimzn Tmzrisns-"Polly" Girl Reserves 1 .2 .3 41 President Advisory 3, 43 Student Couric Athletic Association 33 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3g Commercial Club 2, 3g Chorus 1. 3, 4. "A very sh'-wer of lteauty is thy earthly do1ver." CL.Axn1zNCn PEYTON' Science Club 3. 4: Senate 4: Snanish Club 4. "Tall and stately." Emu VAN Hoon Science Club 3. 45 Latin Club 3. 4: Dramatic Club 1, 2g Girl Reserves 2, 3, 41 Student Council 4. "Her ready answer and modest air, Show her as misc as she is fair." lvl.-XRGARET VAN ERMEN Commercial Club 3, 4. "Gentle tho'ts and calm desires kindle never-dying fires." 3: il 3 F,-,- .Y,- Y..--V-Y-+1----Y -4 vf- '-"i-"J " A 1 --, . ,, . ,...,...-' .,.,...L.. i it lil .. M- 1" - ' RHEA VERMILLION Science Club 3, 43 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 French Club 2, "Always tho' tful, kind and untroubledf' lllETHEREL PR.-xRcE4"FIop" Science Club 3, 4, President 4g Class Play 43 Daddy Long-Legs 4 Come Out of the Kitchen 33 Athletic Board 23 Dramatic Club 2, 3: Senate 3, 43 X-Ray Stall' 3g Hi-Y 4. "With an individual charm all his own." THIQLMA VAN METER Dramatic Club 3, 4g Gill Reserves 43 Chorus 33 Glee "A vision pleasing to the eye." MILTON ROMINE "His purpose must be to please." ROBERT RHYNEARSON Football 4g Track 3, 43 Basketball 3. "The irrepressible spirit of mankind." NlARY XVHITEHEAD Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4g Dramatic Club 2, 33 Chorus 1, 2g Glee Club 4g President Advisory 4. "Her gesture, motion, and her smiles, Will follow one for many miles." EARLING ScHLEYER4"Skinny" Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 Senate 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4 Treasurer Senate Manual 43 Science Club 3, 43 Librarian 33 Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 4: Junior Class Play 33 Daddy Long-Legs 43 President Advisory 4. "With a will all his own." KENNETH RITTER-"KBH', Gypsy Rover 3g Fire Prince 43 Glee Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Humane 01 2, 33 Commercial Club 2: Spanish Club 3: Hi-Y 2: French Club 23 Dramatic Club 43 X-Ray Reporter 4: Annual Staff 43 Double Ouartet 1, 2: Boosters Club 2, "Ah! the enthralling charm of song." 4. CHRISTINE WHISTLER "Who does not like a happvl disposition?" RALPH RING.-"Fat" Science Club 43 Latin Club 3, 43 Student Council 4. "Speech is great but silence is greater." Club 3. vartet A wifi?-.g A . I 44 rl:-3.5 fi, '- '- BEA'rR1cE xv.-1Y'l'S-'IBECU Girl Reserves 4, Dramatic Club 4. "Happy am I, from care 1'n1 free, Why 'aint' they all contented like me?" VALoRoL's iiEc'roR Science Club 4. "With eyes that see and ears that hear." DOROTHY WH1'r'1'ENRERGER-"Dol" Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 4, Boosters Club 2. "A merry heart malceth a cheerful countenance." HARRY S'roNE!"Sto1zy" Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 4, Athletic Association 2, 35 Secretary Advisory 4, "Out of the way, 1'm coming," VAN SM1'rHf"Dutch" Latin Club 3, 4, Science Club 4. "He gains most who is honest in his efforts." ELIZABETH VVERTZ "A genius is silent." VICTOR STANLEY-"Vic" Science Club 43 Athletic Association 2, 3g President Advisory 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Track 4. "One whose absence would be noticed." EVA WVINSLOW Girl Reserves 4. "Willing to work, willing to play, Willing to do what others say." XVARD SNVINFORD-HDfClCU Chorus 2, 3, 4g Fire Prince 4g Glce Club 3, 4g Band 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. "He weathers the rough places with remarkable ease." GEORGE SHROYER-"Dick" Orchestra 1, Drum Corps 1, 23 Dramatic Club 3g Treasurer Class 3, Chorus 3, -lg Glec Club 4: Hi-Y 1, 2, 4. "He speaks for himself." 3 "D 1 l 1 . l 4 l 1 1 F I 2 4 v 1 5 ll l L 5 ...,,...,q 46 GEORGE TURNER--"PGH Cake" Senate 1, 2, Hi-Y 25 Science Club 4s Advisory Basket- ba1n2, 3, ag rire rrim-e 4gJu.1.0I' C.ass Play 55 Track 3, 4, X-Hay Advertising Manager 4. "How angel-like he sings." VVILLIAM S'l'EIMEH--"Bill" President Class 35 Advertising Manager Annual 4, French Club 23 Student Council 4, Senate 1, 25 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Gypsy Rover 35 Junior Class Play 35 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3. "A good and steady worker: And as solemn as a bat?" ELBERT Sl-IlHLEY4HBlldU Science Club 4g French Club 4, X-Ray Salesman 4. "I am not in the roll of common men." EDWARD VVELLINGTON-Hlfdn Class Play 43 Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club Orchestra 2, 39 Fire Prince lg Drum Corps 2, 3g President Class 2. "He has made himself known." MAY MOBLEY "This lass so neat with smiles so sweet, Has won our right good will." ELDON HANDY "With a poel's understanding." HAROLD MOISWHUN "Good nature and good sense must ever join." GEORGE KELLY Senate 2, 3, 4, President 2, 35 Student Council 2, 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 44 Science Club 2. 33 .lunior Class Play 3, Direetorg Athletic Association 2, 3. "A-ha! I see fairies dancing." GUY Ross "With his head amoung the clouds." A fy FRANK THOMAS "Man wants little here below, Nor wa.nts that little long." HQBERT TAYLOR "A friend in need is a friend indeed." PAUL XVHELCHEL "Music rejoiceth the heart." N'EnNE'1' lxUliNl:IR Senate 2, 3, 4, Presiucnt 45 Student Council 35 Science Club 3, 45 111-1 3, 45 Uraniatio Club 4. "vor every why he had a wherefo1'e.' y IQATHLEEN YOCUM Chorus 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 2, 35 Girl lieserves 3, 45 Latin Club 4 "lf she will, she will, lj' she wont, she won't." GEORGE XNILLIAIVIS-HSQIIECLIKU Basketball 1, 3, 45 Student Council 15 Vicc-President Class 15 Hi-Y 3 "He uses his brains to advantage." ANNA BIARIE YATES Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 45 Honorary Society 3, 45 Secre tary 45 Connnercial Club 4, President 45 Secretary Advisory 2. "The half of thy wisdom was not told me." BLONDON W1-IE'rsTONE--"Shorty'' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 3, 45 Coiicert Band 45 Orchestra 45 Athletic Association 2, 35 Gypsy Rover 3. "He hath an ear to melody." MARY HELEN VVATTS "With smiles that win, and tints that glow. n LENA ZWICKEL Dramatic Club 3, 45 Chorus 25 Spanish Club 1. "Her cheeks are like the blushing cloud, That beautihes Aurora's face." Survival of the Fittest INFANCY In the fall of 1920 the portals of the Senior High School were opened wide to receive the Inost brilliant class ol' students that had ever entered that institut.on of knowledge. Our tdignified and austere?l countenances showed that we were, indeed, a precocious class of youngsters, Mildred Gustin was elected our iirst President. The officers for the second semester were: President, Gordon Sapp: Vice-President, Anna Marie XVL-ddingg Secretary, Mary Cherringtong Treasurer, Albert llarnesg Sergeant-at-Arms. Roy Shettle. Miss Grace Roberts and Mr, Clark Arnold, were elected sponsors, A wonderful party was given. XVhat a time we had! Velma Bronnenberg gave some touching readings A horn pipe dance turned ont to be a scream. This was our only social event ofthe year but "it was a grand and ge-lorious feeling" to really take part in the great social activities of our school. THE AWKW'AltD STAGE XVe fell all over ourselves to get back in school in September 1921, for did we not have many new fields to conquer? We started to work hard so that our re- putation as the most intellectual and intelligent class in the high school might not suffer. And did it? NVe'll say not, because we gave the most valuable weiner roast and skating party that was ever staged by a high school organization before or since. We elected as ofliicers for our second year: President Rosa Blackabyg Vice- President, Albert Arbogastg Secretary and Treasurer, .lane Heedg Sergeant-at-Arms, Sidney Cleveland. Black and Gold were selected as our class colors, We were sad when the close of the school year separated us from our classmates and our studies, but with eager eyes and happy anticipations we awaited the com- ing of our Junior year. THE ACME OI-' DIGNIT1 And bow proud we were, NVe began to take a really active part in school ac- tivities, Our officers were: President, llarold Kennedyg Vice-President, Josephine Ellisong Secretary, Bernice Crook: Business Manager, ltobert Moorcg Sergeant-ab Arms, Sidney Cleveland. VVe were 'confronted with the All-American problem, how to make money! After much discussion we decided to present "The Passion Play". Over three hundred dollars pure profit, was realized from this motion picture. As a Junior Prom was prohibited us. we gave the Seniors a show at the Grand fheatre. George Kelly was in charge of the program. The members of the .lun- ior Class displayed considerable talent. Our Junior year was very successful and we had the "makings" for a real Senior Class, MEMORIAL Anyone who has ever worked on our stage knows the delapidated condition which it is in. The stage equipment and facilities were very insufl'icient and notlr ing could have been more appropriate than the gift of the graduating class of 1924. YVe gave our money for the improvement ol' the stage and for new stage equipment. There are always several dramatic productions given by various school organ- izations during each year, and we thought it altogether titting that we should aid such a worthy cause. 50 "Adam and Eva" "Adam and Eva" a comedy in three acts written by Guy Bolton and George Middleton, was presented by the Senior Class to the public on February the four- teenth and fifteenth. The show was a complete success. James King, a wealthy, middle-aged man, was forcefully portrayed by Edward Moore, who never once got "out of character." Uncle Horace, a funny old man and a dependent upon Mr. King, acted by Metherell Pearce kept the audience laughing whenever he appeared. Pearce's acting was worthy of a professional. - Eva King, the younger daughter of Mr, King, acted by Rheba Pasho, was a most charming young lady. Miss Pasho's acting was of the first water, Adam Smith, Mr. King's business manager. who loved the simple home life and was disillusioned by the King family, was very realistically played by Joseph Lctzkus. Clarence Handy as Lord Andrew Gordon, a Scotch nobleman, was well adapt- ed to his part. Julie De XVitt, King's elder daughter, was delightfully enacted by Miss Jose- phine Ellison. Clinton De Witt, Julie's snobbish, blase husband, was very naturally portrayed by Edward NVelling1on. Dr, Jack Delamater, a would-be son-in-law of Mr. King, as acted by Bob Bing was sufficient. Aunt Abby Rocker, King's sister-in-law as portrayed by Miss Lefern Dennison, handled her lorgnette in an admirable fashion. Bernice Conrad, as Corinthia, King's parlor maid, was all that a maid should be. With the direction of Miss Ashbaucher the following boys put on a stunt be- tween acts: Paul Newbern, Bill Steimer, Jack King, Kenneth Ritter, George Morgan, Jim Lantz, Ed, Boram, and George Turner, They sang "That Old Gang of Mine" and "Tumbled-down Shack in AthIone", Balloons were given out as favors to the audience. The following departments were instrumental in producing the play: Mistress of the Wa1'drobe, Elene Roseberry assisted by Miss Gore: Master of Properties, Bob Gilpin, Master Electrician, Earling Schleyer assisted by Mr. Daking Stage Manager, Arnold Bronnenberg assisted by Mr, Carman and Crook, Art VVork by Ralph Rigsby and Paul Massey assisted by Miss Balyeat. To our sponsors, Miss VVilson and Mr. Dakin, the Seniors were indebted for production of the play. Miss Wilson worked long and faithfully with the cast. 51 Copyright 1924 by nosA D. BLACKABY, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF AND ROBERT P. MOORE, BUSINESS MANAGER Suruzval of the Fzttest SENIOR CLASS MINISTREL On May the first and second, the Senior Class presented a Minstrel Show. This show was a "stupendous, extravaganza de luxe." Under the' able direction of Hr, Guy Martz and Mr. "Hump" Pierson the cast blossomed forth with much expected and unexpected talent. George Turner gave some especially good numbers Mr, Gordon Julius did some very clever dancing. Others who had special numbers were: Kenneth Rit ter, Alfred Jackson, "Bud" Handy, Paul Newbern, Evelyn Blizard, Ritta Hamilton, Vera Rauch, Martha Huffnian and Catherine Higgins. , , SKATING PARTY A skating party was staged by the Seniors on the evening of May the sixth at the Mounds Park skating rink. As a special concession Miss Lewis permitted us to go to the park in machines instead of one special car. A good time was had by all of those present. , BACCAI..-Xl'REATE Baccalaureate services were held on June the first at the Central Christian Church. Reverend Ilull gave a very inspiring address. BREAKFAST PARTY Oh! it was six o'elock in the morning, and a sleepy but happy bunch of Sen- iors were eating breakfast out on Rever's farm. That breakfast sure was all that a breakfast should bc. The committee in charge was very efficient. - . . .II'Nl'0R-SIENIOR CIRCVS The Juniors entertained their superiors, the honorable Seniors, June the third with a three ring circus in the gymnasium. The entertaimnent was greatly appre- ciated by all wlio witnessed it. MOTO RgTH IZATRE PA RTY On Wednesday morning June 3. the members of the Senior Class started out to Indianapolis on their motor party. The class attended the Murat Theatre, SYYIMMING PARTY Thursday we had a swimming party at Falls Park. At noon a picnic lunch was served. Much to our surprise we discovered that some members of our class were really ducks, fish or mermaids in disguise. COMMENCEMENT On the night of June 6 was graduated from this school the largest class in the history of old A. H. S. As our speaker we had NVilliam ll. Saltiel of Chicago. Mr, Saltiel is a very prom- inent attorney of Chicago. He has no sympathy for anyone who is not interested in the betterment of our government. Mr. Saltiel spoke on "Lectures on Problems of American Life." He has traveled with the Redpath Chatauqua for the last three years. Immediately after the Commeucement exercises we said a sad farewell to our Alma Mater and looked to the future with hope and wonder of what Father Time has in store for us. 52 . 'Lt::u:g::.1r":. 'bl 4- : 3iif"1"Ws' it -' rf M' "A ' . V fl ' A 'rff1"1s-1,2 ' ia 115' in i . 1 3 tr ' qi-if "'- geij , any-:gs use P 52:1 , 2 V . .. , I ft if N N '. E-:-1. ' , . - ' 'sm' 3,'f.gf,:: ' 1 . V . , 1 ' , :sg M ' ...wp-., J 5 - ' .' Q xs:55.+4na+x'+f ,-Ns Q L. it ea... -. Y 4 . 'Q 1 ., . - 431 is ' ' ' i P .. 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' ' S Mardi Gras As usual, the 1924 .class of Seniors had to be different and instead of the regu- lar Old Clothes Day and the annual bouquet of onions we had a Mardi Gras. The committee in charge of the program was: George Kelly, chairman: Mildred Gustin, Nora Smith, Pauline Teeters, and Edward XVellington. A program was given in the auditorium, much to the delight of the unde1'-elass- men who are always eager for anything that will keep them out of their classes. Metherell Pearce was Tempus Fugit and announced the different numbers on the program. Our three visitors from Indianapolis tEddie Moore, Ed Greenlee and Bob Bingl displayed their charms before the audience. Eddie Moore looked as if he had been in a bomb explosion, while Bob Bing and Ed Greenlee appeared very charming in their feminine apparel. Martha Huffman, as Helen of Troy, displayed the face that sank a thousand ships. Bitta Hamilton and Evelyn Blizard sang a charming duet "School-days" Paul NVhelchel as Nero, played "Yes, NYe Have No Bananas". George Turner sang his comedy hit "VVhy Did I Kiss That Girl?" and the audience yelled for more. Many other famous characters such as: Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, Betsy Ross, and Jesse James were seen. . Many serawny-limbed little girls and boys were to be seen roaming the halls and eating suckers and stick candy. The famous Smith Bros.we"e here in person and advertised their cough drops as a sure kill or cure for any disease known, One ofthe novelties of the day was old Dobbin hitched up to a spring wagon hauling that dignified Senior, Paul Newborn, around town. The Dh0fOgI'apher came and took our picture, then we were ordered by Miss Lewis to go to our classes, This order was obeyed by some of the Seniors. 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Mrs. Moore attemptccfto scalp her husband when she opened a letter. written to him by La Fern Dennieaux. her former chum: Mr. Moore escaped from his wife and rnu from thc house lolluwcft by Mrs. Moore. Patrolman Marion Campbell, hearing screams, ran to the rescue in time ln see Mrs. Moore slash- ing at Mr. Moore. After rt fight, In which Campbell was seriously injured. Mis. Moore was handcuffed and taken to headquarters, ' Mrs. Moore states that Miss Dennie- nux has written her name on the collar of every one ol' lwr husllumI's shirts, aml has eaust-tl Mr. Moore. to be two lninutcs late for dinner every evening. The lthvores recently iimvt-tl lu-re l'rom Antlcrson. Indiana, where Mr. Moore owns a Mah Jungg factory. whivh makes prneil sliarpi-uers and lfoulinnrd on Page Four NILLIDN FDR HDSPITAL Mrs. ltrooks Short, Iormerly Miss Gellruilt Dax ies. has tlonateil 95l.lKllI.000 for thc "Lost Hope Hospital" fund. Mrs, Short, a grass-widow, who has been ilitt-lwsled in one ot' the doctors and his scheme for the past tive yeals. has tlnnatetl this sum providing that the hospital shall be named for her and this doctor. WILLIAMS, EVANCELISTIC SPEAKER HERE Dr. and Mrs. George. Williams tformerly Miss Emma Edmundsj will conduct evangelistic scrxices at the Spiritual Temple corner of Squeak and Squallauiew Avenue. Airs. Williams will be assisted by Miss Lennnah Fadely who has charge of the c.hildren's meetings and games. The subject for the first night will be "The Fireplace of Purgatory" Miss Kathleen Yocum vocalist, will lead the sin 'ngsanrl Carl Goble. Earl Mahan angllohn Hurley will he the personal both' guards of the evangelist. VAN HDDK SUCCESS- FIIL PRESIDENT The celestial towers ut' the euiulol city were rocked tonight when Miss Erma Van Hook was declared the suc- cessful candidate ol' the Anti-Mule Sul'- frago party. "I have nothing to say." said Miss Van Hook when interviewed by s re- porter. "except that the men had better watch their step. This country is going to have magnunimuus xicissitudes in policy as well as appearances. Men ave been given the whip-hand for too long: it's t e time for action and the Anti-Male Suffrage will now take the leading role on Lhe American stage. Thoug I've really nothing to sexy." Miss Van Hook will not bother to secure another cabinet, but will use her own familiar "kitchen-cabinet." The election of Miss Van Hook sig- nifies the exalted Jnosltion women now occupy in the pls ormrot' our national politics. Kentucky and North Carolina ntTerf-d the most heated opposition but ln the remaining states t e Anti-Male Suf- frage party scored remarkable sue cess. 55 I I LOCAL MUSICIANS ELOPE "Carry Me Back To Old Virginia," was probably thc keynote ol' the sere- nade that won the heart of Irene By- rum, local violinist, who at last suc- t'umlu'rI In tlu' lilvlutliuits ulealstirrs ol Exerelt Swain. and cloped. The couple left on the Cupid Special for the"'Land of Make Believe" where they will reside until they are called for n European tour. They have taken rooms in tie "Double Bar Flats," and. though they have not yet secured the blessingsol"'p.iti'ran1ln1ater"Byrum who allege that Slit-ilt Suzliu stole :i- way tlu-ir rlaugliler from the "Love- Ntsui' Tit. it-I...-,......,.. ,.t-.mist-s In ll.- "Swcet and Low." NDTED LECTIIIIER ARRIVES Mile. Bernice Crook. noted lecturer. will appear lretore the "Kuitrlit-l'kiek- ill" Cluli S A. M. l"rlIru:iry Zltl. She will give a series ol' illustrated lectures be- fore this club: the topic for the first' one being "Tm-mpers All." Mlle. Crook has studied extensively in Paris, where she thoroughly mas- tered thr' Science ol' Talkology. The Masters in Physiognomy have declared her a prodigy in her line of work. She will Arrive in her private plane, accompanied by her friend and travel- ing nmnager. Mlle. Catherine Hartup DEFEATED CANDIDATE LEAVES Ellll EURDPE Miss Nora Slullh. the deft-alt-tl eau- diclate for presidency on the Socialist ticket has left for Iiuorpt- ou tht- ' litm- shevi" where she will reeuperate bc- fore entering on another caiupaign. Illiss Smilh In Good Spirits "l am not cxtinguislu-tl. mt-rt-li squelehed for the time being. Yes. I'm feeling fine: never do anything on an empty stomach but eat." Clarence Peyton. Miss Sluitlfs valu- paign manager, remained in the States. whcrckhe will arrange for the future Clllllpillgn. SPEAKER DF IIDIISE DISIIECARDED Parliauienlury law und uustcrity were abandoned early yesterday after- noon, when Speaker of the House, Ver net Turner. attempted to call the session to order. "CnooK4i.ow unnwAueMocn,t'r" were some ot' Lhe complimentary appella- tious hurled at hint from the House llliss Ruby McCoy, noted leader of "0ppri-ssmcnt of Men." lcd the riot which gave way before t.he powers of argumentation displayed by Miss Mc Coy. "Friends, enemies and followers, lend me thy shoes. We come here'nol to pow-wow before Tumer but to make hint bow-wow for us." After calling in the aid of Patrolrnen Ffaul Newbem and Valores Rector, the not subsided and the regular order of business was resumed. Conir'bu1'k Ftcpresentative McCoy had a nome- bldl. when the bill to prevent men from laboring in the factories, was passed. A! the present time the number ut wnmen representatives has l'nr sur- passed that of the men nnrl many nther worlhdy laws ure, expected to be eu- force . B GIRL BANDITS Girls Get Payroll of Odell Rubber Company PILOT COVERED BY SISTER Odell has slated that unless the girls' are caught before they can hide the The Z S mail plane was held up money, he will be forced to go into :intl robbed at 2 A. M. this morning by I1'I'nkrui'Ll'y' I iw.. girls lmntlits, tleneview .uid Mar-I ljvrmvr Anderton Girls gan-t tlonger. tVlule Margaret covered the pilot anrl his mechanic with a beehc gun, tivnevieu' rohlvt-tl llu- luiggagt- romu ut' the payroll of the Odell Rubber Com. pany. Charles Antrim, pilot, and Ifmwst Brytl. mtvllanic. wi-rr smptis- itl hy thi' hzinthts who Izintlvvl ou thi lop ot' the plane in a Ford glider. .tutrim was forced to land his plane in-.ir Yorktown, The payroll which was stolen alnounletl lu ahout 5171.81 -lt was the only thing taken and was evidently tht- cause of the holrl.up. Mr. Gordon EXPERIMENT CAUSES TIIDUIILE Much eomuu ut has been eaitvn it suit-ntihc circles due to at recent myster- ious tfxpt vnut ul Itlua X't'i'iiiiIlum' Laxney declared that her husband, Paul "Pen" Lamt-x. uoultl not olijvel to lit rt going with :inyone whom she might choose. Mr. l.:mu-y agreed. pertorce, ancl promptly al'2:2itl I' Sl.. tlis. l,.mu'y wns seen to leave the house in the com- pany with Mr. Jack King. A hall an hunr lnlllr. Mr. Iimq was taken to Lhe Hospital from Palace Tilt-.iti't'. autl Mrs, I.amt-y was lunriwl- ly truust'errcd to her home in a taxi. A nt-u usher, llu- s.iiiii-"Pi-tt-" l,:iuu-x' resigned lus position as usher :itlt-rktlie .itl'.iir, 'liliv nznnu- ut' Iiing's assailant was not It-.ii ut-tl though Mr I.:tmt'y was st ut to hunt for him. 'I lu' nt-xt uuusu.tI .ispeel ut the :it't'.uir is that, though Mr. King consistently re- Iuses to shake li.intls with Mr. Lamey, the latter has not t-xpn-sserl any uluvc- tiou to the rt-eenl affair. Chief-ot'-Ptr Iirt- timulrell. is on the trail :intl thr- mystery promises to be speedily solved. It is saiil that Mr. Lnmey, influenced mt mt-l....l Ill timipli.-11,111 un- rt-cent --lretion. ILEMIIRIIIIBLE DISCIIVERY MADE That two things can be in the same sparc has been the remarkable dismv- ery of Edwartl Greenlee, noted scient- ist. His prool' lumevcr, includes only lovers at present. Mr. Greenlee, first began to develop the theory when on the wav home from a party with a young lady of his ac- quaintance whose name at that l.ime' was lngelxorg Schlr-yer. In spite of his recent discovery. Mr. Greenlee. is a bachelor. CLEVELAND BANKRUPTCY ANNIIUNCED The Cleveland Rubber Company was declared bankrupt and applica- tion was made for receivershxp this lnorniniwlien it was discovered that Sidney . Cleveland, Democratic can- didate for the presidenc '. had been de- feated. Mr. C cveland had mortgaged the factory beyond its real value in or- der to advertise, and has been able to save a small amount in real estate un- der his wit'e's name. As soon as Mrs. Cleveland can sell the propertyhthcy will leave for a Eu- ropean tour. Mrs. Cleveland was for merly Miss Pauline Teeters. I H Genevieve aurl Margaret were ident- ifled by the pilot when shown the Bielurvs in the Itogue's tiallt-ry as th.- nnthts. Several years ago the girls were eonvielcd ot rlisobeying the Sil- vertliurm- Tollaeeo .NCL In me raught in the act of smuggling the drug from Canada. Wife uf .llamilaclurer is Suspect IIIr5.A04lt'Il, formerly Miss Charlotte l.:imey,.lt-It ht-if hushantl immediately st.iling.lh:it lleiwraultl lu- unable to support her tlue to the loss. She re' eeully t-ull-I'm-tt a flivoriei- tomnlaiut .against her husllanrl. Iiul recall:-tl it Slit- mm states that she will not rt-turn. Due to thi- extraordinary :iltllurle lalctn In Mrs. Odell, she is suspected of lu-ing iu Imagine with the bandits. Iflurl Suffers Injury Cm.-I-.Il imiitv.-.,4i1..i.-.I mu. situ. I-I-it .I lflomly no-.e when he attempted to lil-wk tht- path uf Mrs Odell when she all-iuipxttl I.. It fit. tp- limp., ,,,,,,,...i. ...ll-li .tm-sift: I.. r. tml sin- .s...pt-it Dflf-fliw Cult On Trail Detective Hi-rh Cirll was placed on the trail ot llit ll.mil:ts :mtl it is ex- pected that the imlibers .lull Mrs. Odell uill he tziught soon. 'lille girls rtevutly' visitt-tl with Miss . nrtt nse tl- It r. supi x inlt mit ul ol schools. who is now being held as a valunhlv uilntss. Siwral lwxrs ln'- longing to the girls were taken to a rlescrted t'ai'iii-luliistv simu- dats ago intl tl is llunught that the glider was uaeketl in these. lt is expected that the task will be easy. although both girls have grad- untvil from an Axiatrlrs Correspon- dence school, LIICAL PEDPLE IN SWITZERLAND -Nr. and Mrs. Vent-I l-lilligoss, of this city. are visiting in Berne, Switzerland. Ht'rea1nirlI'aniuus snimllt-rs .iuil pulii ticians, the happy young couple are suffering from blisters gained while tnliboganing. Mrs. llilligoss was lion-'nu-1'Iy Alias Verna Lbnark, Slit- is intt-rvstt-sl iu the young Prince Cash-r Hahn ol' lmlia. and it is thot that in spite of her ap- parent marital happiness shi- is emi- lemplaling another of those famous Reno alT:iirs, with which comes Fame ant! Fortune in society They tthe couplel are staying at Yor lectial Inn. Mr. Hjlligoss is United States skating eluimpion, having shal- t-cl thri e shnrt str-ps sucecsslullv. with- out a break. ' They will return in the near future, IIDDDNITE. KISS CAUSES TRDUDLE Omission of the usual oodnightkiss caused the runaway og Billy Jones from tht- l,.unh's Asyluin curly this mommg. "Ma Gustin did-n't kiss me good- night and she never did do that be- fore'f, was the wail from Billy as he was ushert-tl into the presence ol' the Approlmtion Officer, Gertrude Har an. . Miss Mildred Guslip. matron ol' tht' orphan's home. arrived soon and Billv Jones was hurried back to Lamb's 'A5F'luui wlu-re hc' received his good- night tkiss7l. I I I I I. QI r 4' I II In I ,J II I I I I. I In I It I 1,1 IL t I I II ll It II I II I I IL ltr If E. Ii I. I I I IL II ll I: PAGE rwo V 'ri-us stw.du'Ass. EGYPT. us. A, ' THE SPY-GLASS iNo1' To Bti Tnusrnnl , Edited, Publtshed. Printed end Read by Women On y. Enteredas classy matter at the post- otficc of tliisloity. Accepted at reduced rates of postage by Aer or Conuness Sec. U03-342 K4l7 Subscription Price . .All we can get Enrroa uw Hmm CHEESE. . 'NEI-LIE Ev.-.NuELiNr: S'ro1'rt.Ei.ivEn A CALL TO ARMS Citizens' To arms! The lawless ones of our country are CHl"'D'm8 BWHYA In their arms the fair datasets of our city- Tgkc 'em yourselves, boys: To nrmsl It is a disgrace to 'ct a foreigner get 0ne'nf our girls. Take two or three each, guys. and don't let a Yorktown fellow haile any of 'ein Shortly. a young Elwood fellow was found on the front porch of :: Well' known citizen, actually hugging tI'1l'C0 girls. Terrible! He was Alan the Three Arnied Guy ii: Lhc Zippy Circus. Such atrocities! Young' men. don't read "Adam and Eve" so much-be Adlani. Dun'l be bnshful. be bold. ,She likes cave-man s!utT. To armsl Carry on war within your own territory. don't go outside. Build your en-trcnchments within tltc hearts ol the fairrsex where only the guns of time und age can tenr them away To tzrtus' OUR SCHOOL SYSTEM Our public school system is corrupt- ed-politicnlly as wt-ll as mentally. Our children. in spite of our splendid manner of bringing tltent up. in spite ot' tht-ir wonderful bttckgroundf are taught to write notes. shoot paperwads. play terrible practical pokes. he and USC words like "doin' ". etc. Terrible! Never in our school career did we do such :t thing. Ylhat can this mean" The world is going to the ltuv'-wvows, ' , Think. my friends. of the good old days tthat never nerej. VVben did we' match pennies. roll bones? Tell mc' l say, The World ls Going to The gowxvnwgi Arts and Letters Clarence "Bud" Handy has taken a position as tuilur's dummy Ln the cloth- ing store of a near-by town. The man- ager has stated that Bud is a real find. since he has so much natural talent a- long those lines. "Drag 'em InfKnoclt 'ein Out" is the latest book by Miss Anna Marte Yates. noted author of stimulating art' icles and editorials. It is expected to scorn :t sensational success in literary circles. Miss Gwendolyn Jones. has recently been secured ns at model for l.avinki's lntcst portrait, "A Breath of the0'rient." "ln and Outs ot Etiquette".Ahas been placed on the marlret. ,.M.imiNtlah Byrum, the author. is well equipped and authorized to publish a 'book of this calibre. H Miss Martha Laughlin. has just tin' isfcd a 'treatise en Modern Education. its assets and defeats! A remarkable success for it is anticipated t ' Mrs. Hal Blount sprained ber hum- erus when she sat down on the bridge- tablc instead of her husband? lap. Miss Margaret Conger, was sulicring 'from it severe attack ol' the mumps but since she participated in the mail- plane robbery. there ain'l no more news. Mr. Myron Drulcy. has been cough- ing pretty hard during the last 'few days. If it was "old days" we'd say he had n cold, but thal's out of style. LOCAL ARTIST RETURNS FROM TRIP ABROAD Edward Brodhead. artist ol' this city. has returned from a trip in Eu- rope whcrr he designed ornaments and nccouternn-nts lor her Majesty. Queen of Slnvunika. lVhilc tn Europe Mr Brodheatl. received no small renown and pntrof nngc and returns to the States to builtl at new home It is rumored-tliat he is contemplating marriage Mrs. Clarence I-luntly. visited thc Grelncl and Swain Tonsorial pnrlnrs here recently. Miss Gwendolyn Jones. will he pres ent at the Jonquil Club next week. Mr. Edward Greenlee lt-ft town'l:1sl night on a rail running south. with at few ot' his friends. Mrs. Brooks Short. is attending a meeting of the Grnmma Garlucien Spnrtanica Association at Uticnl Grease. Mr. Earling Sclilcyer was slightly in- jured when his aeroplane engine failed nt an altitude of 24, 907. 627 feet. His left arm was bruised and his left :tn- kle broken. Miss Dorothy Whittenber- ger. who wasriding with him. kept him rom being seriously injured. Ed Bornnl. will return from Monte Carlo. on the freight this evening where he is crap-champ. Mr. Hamid Kennedy. and of the most doniesticatcd of the species. will ac company his bride on their honey- moon. Mrs. Melherell Pearce. visited n few ot her friends at Oshkosh. recently She will return to 'slay there perman- ently unless conditions at home im- pmvc she has stated. , George Williams. Jr. has an'ivcd to sncnd a short time with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. George Williams. He has been attending Home Military Ac- adcmy. Harry Stone. checker champ, is suf- fering from kinglingilitis at his home Ilottenmarro Avenue, due to his hav- ing swallowing his parln:-r's last king Mr. Charles Antrim. ts sufferine from Asphasia as a result of the mnilplanc robbery. He thinks that be is Nero 'Lucky dog l Miss Elene Rcseberry ls suffering a nervous breakdown during this leap year. Lucky for Mr. Bing. ' coppazgrmin "Medieval and Modern Love Mak- ing" has just' been released from press ind is expected to make a hit with the public. Miss Neva Frye, the author.. is new livihg in seclusion. Personals ' Mr. Paul Getjtdn- has returned to this' city lo get ruatrricd. Mr. Genda will luke his'wilc' to the Women's Home nf Correction, nnd will. himself. reLurn to Sing-Sing. Miz' Bus- Bronncnbcrg, will leave slturtlyjo spend ti long time. Nr. David Copperfield. 196 died of indigestion at -his home iu the attic of 'hc public librairy leaving all his for' tune to Paul Whilchel. violinist. Mr. Music Schnnl. Mr and Mrs Lawson will rw at home Sept. -ll. The uWhip-Poor-Will" orchestra consisting of Ira Eniinger. pianisti "Bob" Moore and "Ed" Wellington. saxophonistsp Paul Whclchel. violinist: Franklin Fountain and Caster Hahn. trombonistsg will play for Lbe "Catch Me" Revue al the Lonesome Luey Theatre. Ln Superbe Ritta I-lamiltun. a world renowned vocalist. sang for the "Lost Dog" Association in the T. NIT, Hall. Miss Evelyn Blizard. her accompan- ist. She. we bear. is wntcmplating marriage and has lately composed st new song entitled "Spliced for Life" written in B tbroke excuse usl B Flat NE-W STAR "Eddie" Moore. who has studied long' in diFfercnl cities. has made a "St:reecl1'- ing Success" with his execution of "Yx'inc and VVonien" POPULAR SONGS "Say Listen Here"-All the married men know it's a girl making her first proposal. Excellent to case uvct' a dif- Hcult alT:iir :it the office. "Mandy Lou"-'Ht-'s lust his pay cn- vclopc in a little ll'lah Jongg game. A it-ry stormy piece Suitable for wife to play when she has a cold. "I Don't"-Vtte know it. Rather Snappy. "My Wil'e's Left the Clocks Oli' Her Stockings. But Now She's Putting Watches On"-A stylish piece I Weddings Huffman- -Southard The announcement of the marriage nf Lyle Southard. daughter of Mrs Ch:ts,Southard.1l05 Madison Avenue. to Neil' Huffman. son of Mrs. Alva Young, Lafayette. Indiana. was made nt nn African, Golf party last night when the lucky young .couple opened the pair of loacletl dire in which there wns u tiny 'golden bell. They were nmrricd zz week ago at the Sacred Heart Church in New York. The brirlr- at the v edding was attircrt in a yellow sport suit. with it black hustle and black stockings and shoes She carried n bunch of sunflowers tied with black crepe to carry out the color scheme. Mrs. Huffm-in is insured for 8100.000 in the Daft Insurance Company. Huffnmn-Greer The marriage ceremony of Miss Hor- tense Greer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs W H. Greer ol' Tcxicana. California to Keith Hoffman, of this city was pro- nounced at the Sales Pavillion, corner of La Rue and Smith. The bride wore ft charming onttit of blue velvet and rerl flannel. and carried a bouquet of Touch-ivle-Nots and Cow: slips. The couple will go to Canada on their honeymoon and will return to their new home on Jenkins and .Iones by August 13. Minor. Lawson-Cherrington Thc wedding of Miss Mary Cherring- ton and Lawrence Lawson. was solem- nized at the Yellow Prune Spiritualist meeting held by Myron Druley. Mr. Druley brought a white'clad spirit min- ister to perform the ceremony. This is the lirsl time that a license has been written in invisible spirit ink. After .the wedding a spiritnalist sup- per was served consisting of drinks fa ta spiritl- corn cons twith spirits' in- visible tornp fried humming birds' ton- gues ta colored spirit's henroost collee Xvht-lrhel. has never hecn able to for .linnl with applm ta la t'idFIlA Thmlgh 'gel his clear friend. by whom he was taught to read. Mr. Copperfield will be buried in Pnuper's Cemetery. HYDE-JEKYLL The burial of Dr. Jekyll and Mr l-lyde,will be made- in the William Bones cemetery tomorrow at 12:01 P. M. Dr, Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, were killed in anfexplosion brought about by a gtidniicnl experiment in Jekyll's labor glory. - ' the bride left tbebanquet early and the hridcgrooin was taken home in a taxi- plane. thc banquet was stnenjoyable allair. At the ceremony thc bride wore a white error dress. with while silk hnsc and a silk veil. She carried Ellison msgs lg:-own by the famous Joe Elli- son . ' . The happy couple will live in the Ellison Greenhouse on Rocky Avenue They are spending Uteir honeymoon on the "Haunted Steps" of Anderson High Yes You Bez Bv Einox R. Hlsnv Now listen' I'm ncxprophet. l'm a total loss. But I obey the orders issued bv mv boss. I Lhnnk you for the encore l know l'lI get. So now I'm going to "do my stuff' i "Yes you bet." First l want to tell you 'bout our youn gcr class. Hui! of inspiration and we sure has:- plenty 'brass" If you haven't met us you've not mel nobody yet. 'Cause we're l.be main attraction here, "Yes you bet." The futures cotning rapidly the past ts left behind. The wind blew up 'the river our will oats are ycl to grind. We look ahead to greater things lik clerking, rooms to let. The Cno-C00 warbles sweetly nwt "Yes you bet." Lady fortune smiles on some. Al the rest she laughs out loud. The Sun just parks behind a tree And leaves us in a cloud Tomorrow will be Sunday if it ram it will be wet. Regardless of the price of things we'll be there, "Yes you bel." KID PARTY The Salamandefs Aid Club mel Thursday at the home of Mr Paul New bern, at a "Kid Parry" in which the otrl cr ladies present were called by then maiden names. During the exerting lllr. Van Smith. proposed during the "Starlight" waltz to Miss Ruth Feng ley and she accepted in a twinkling An olficiol :announcement will be made later. Rattles and All-day Suckcrs were given as favors. Milk bottles with .ill the necessary Laraphernalia ner.- used. as placccnr . The following guests attended - The Misses Pauline Darling. Delores Dixon. Lena Zwickel, Mary Helen Watts. Vivian Thuminn. Elene Rose berry and 'Evelyn Kuch. Messrs loc Cummins. Ray Danforth. Myron Dru ley. Charles Lugenbell, Harold Money hun, Milton Ronnne, and Orvill- Gwynn. "MEN WHO THINK' Sophisticated Sheik Kenneth 'Ken ny" Ritter entertained the "Men Who Think" Club at an open tneeung to which the members invited their wives During the evening light refresh ments were served by the celebrated Tripping Trio and Mr. Ritter favors-ft the assembly with his latest vocal re creation entitled "The Last Spasm" The guest list included: Mr. and Mrs Blondon Whctstone. formerly Miss Beatrice Wayts: Mr. and Mrs Victor Slanlcy. formerly Miss Zora Stevens' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hansen, forutcrlg Miss Vera Rauch: Mr. and Mrs. Dau iel Olsen. formerly Ava Sliocumtt.-r CLUB NOTES A clogdanec will be Given .tt tht' Kwitchercusin Hnll by are Etetumh Club next Sunday night On .recount of the existing blue Inns. all ladies .irc requested to wear necks in their dress- es. . Manager "Al" Arbogast. will gnu- .1 solo on the kitchen Dishpun. Ductiratut "Har" Etchison. has decided to go ln' fore the audience to sing ti solo. unlt-ss the audience goes before he does Dat-1 Burnett. the Lloyd ofthe companv. will :ttlcmpt to give at selection which ht' has written hiniself., The title is o secret Duc to thc fact that her pagtnntc was lost. Mis Elcne Roscberry. was umvhl- Coltlinued on Page Four S6 THE SPY-GLASS. EGYPT. U. S, A PAGE THREE World Spo W News FOOTBALL Musicians down Furrners hy 360 -- fl score mit Ctuwlund. Dallas Buvcr and lfrnnklin Fountain. starring fur the ftmllmll vli-vun of thu niustcxtl ncntluxtty ut Sing Sing, pluyt-ll it xxhitlu of at gztxm List uct-k .tgnttlsl thu lugluly-touli-tl Lu- prusy Svxifu ul' tht- County I'tmrwF:trtn l'hc tntllll.ul4-il lrtullt-Q uf thu l':trtttu-r tt-.lm wt-ru rt-nun.-it uni' by uni- until. .tl Ili. --ntl ul tht' grunt-, only fnul' rc- n..l.,...1 t.. will mt- tialv -if llwwufl .X ltnnwttt.. hits lx-1-yn :rppuilllvll lt' stun.-tt nn. ut... nusfmg bullies ol thy Itptnsx Nun n.tl't Little hupc is li- lil lift Ili--it nl-in 'ti .ts tl is lhoughl lt..-v ui vt- pinttiui lu pulp in thc strug' gt.-I ixt.. ti...l.tt ut-it umm.: .ntwnit-d athuut the gui.: were ..t uit .tt-it quttrt--r XYOMAN TEACHING MICN HOXV TU h Pl,.-XY POLO l Thnt men have lust their inherent lluxlcrilv fur gntxlns nl :ull sizvs nutl nu- lurc, hats hvt-tt :imply llcnmnslrntcd by Miss Mildrrtl Shatrpu. couch uf the Hair Raising llulliuns, Chzttnpiun Polo players ol' the world. lt was merclv ai wnlk :truuntl for the Rullinns in thcfntatlvh lu-lil lnfrt- recent- lv. und Cmlch Ytutrl lrltlligtwss uf thu titm Burt Blnck Slwrplmsullnutlt-rltl1:il men must rrcugnizt- tln-ur supuritirs in women. CHARLES BONGE NVINS 'lillll "JAILIO" CUP Grcgwexcttcmcrit mnrkt-tl the limit round of thc nnnuul mud stinging tnurf namcut at Pendleton, Intl Thi- l-nnttst originuted in 1898, is pmnuuneutl by townspeople us being tht- yt'.ur's grunt L-sl spurt event. ' Charles Bm.-nge dell-.ated Russel liow- ers in the Iiuul round :ind prrwidcd grunt excitt-nu-nt for the spectators The contest held by the inmzttcs of the Stale Pcnilentinry at Pendleton, wus very close and Lhc winner was u mutter ul' iloubt until Mr. Bongt- hit upon the itluu to Hllvr some writer from While River und usu as at missile. This idea wins good for on thc lulluwing day a well utmcd shut cnncludcd the contest, bringing him thc- coxclcd Jnilio Cup. SllIlll.EY WINS ALTO CLASSIC Elin-rt Slurtu nun u nxttmnnl hnnor yt'slcnl.iy lay alt-It-utittg thu c4vuntry's nmst null-rl mul-rs in tht- Inilt.tn.tpnhs Auto Clztssxf Slnrlty th-sigttctl :md hutlt :in :iultmt-ihilt -if his own :md In mg surprm-ll :tl its spt-rd. decided to 1-ntl-r tt nt tht- lzicl- 'l ht- Lmltlt- uns hard lbught giutl Shnlt-y uns l'-irct-rl inlu fourth plntw- .us tht- rnci' nt-.tn-Ll thc Iintsh lihurv xii-rv just two hips tn go nhtn the i-ngtnc fcll nut tif Sltirlcy'5 cur. Thi- cztr umm-lli.ttt-ly pickcfl up slit-t-cl :ind passing thc rvlhi-rs one hy one gninvtl Iirst plftu' :xml cunning in sun-r.tl ynrtls :ilu-nil ul' the dust-sl clan tt-nth-r llOllSl'f'SH0lf ACCIDICNT Herb Gwinn is slrtlctl In lul'.tl vnurl lor involunlatry inzunslnugltlt-r :ts tht' result of an titvnll-nl which ncrurt-tl nl thc State Horst- Shoe Tout'n:nncnl nl lndiunnpuhs The gztmt- wits prngrvs sing Mwst rt.wr..11ty will-n tmnm .mei dently marie :t sluublu ringer nn his np pour-nt's noel-t. The tluccust-fl, Mr. Russel lfurknur. was awarded thu gntnc. winning hun lhe championship. Thu cup was bur- ied with him ns uure tht- lmrst-slim-s which hurl lwcriltic so Ltltaiultcrl its tu make scpnrtttmn impossible ll0R"'E RACING John Hurley, who has just rvturut-rl from ai visit with lhu Prince nl XV:ilr-s reports that tht-rv is nulhing likt- htvrsc- racing Mr. Hurley, who hats ln-rn lu- turctl by the Princr has nlrl-:lily t':tlIun nllfliis horse Bftcen limes. breaking si-ve 57 vrnl bones An unfurtunnlc incident occured lust month when Mr. Hurley entered a cross country hursu race. Mr Hurley, hoping to gain un advantage utlzichcd at lmllcry with accessories to his horse. Nunr the und of thc mee Mr, Hurley. turned on thc current and tht' hnrsv easily won the rucu. The tmuhlu came wht-n the switch got trsiught .mtl mntlc the hultinqc of lhe lnirs-y itttjnvssililt' A few wot- s later Mr lluiltfy. uns ht-:lrrl frnni in Auslrn' lt.i saying his lmlll-ries had run down ItUt.l,S SEVEN STRAIGHT WINS ii t ummm lsr.-tml Bituk Afrut-:ui Gull Good For Middle- Agvtl Mun lid Huruni. ulias King Tut broke thc hunk tif Munlt- Carlo, at Monte Curio. llttnmco, Saturday June l7, l9l0 accord- ing to report received herc toduy, uflcr playing four solid hours. Burnln, hud --nly l irtcen chips when he begun tu win. Guy Russ. an American tourist. hnd close to two thousand chips nt this lime: Howard Baum. thc English champion: had ll50, while Arthur Kem, the Australian, hud ncurly 2300 King Tut playing 1u..t1. tunic, who claims Egypt :is his home. rullud seven un his first roll, Annthcr lcu were played. Boraxm making li his pumL on tht- fourth roll King Tut asked that thc lltnil bc r:tlS.s.-el lu 75 chips stating thut he might us well lose :II on ons Lhrow as nut. Boruni rolled lin- .ind six the first lime. llc thun h.itl 303 chips in fuur rolls. Hc bet 300 of Llxcse ut ont- linu- .iud was :vgam sucwssful milking his point un the seventh throw. Thus his umoul.tt was incrcusoll lu 1203, Thu nut throw was for seven hundred Borum made a 5 and 2 on his lirst Lhrow thus pulling Baum out of lhu game. AnoLhur 750 were played Burant mulling four und Il. Ross acknuwledgr cd his defeat. Kem had only 500 chips. Kem placed his lnst 500 down very calmly stating that to win sm-rn Limos sLruighl wus impossible. King Tut pondered lung what if hc lost? He picked up tht- dice shtiok lhcm and threw. A 5 the other continued roll ing. Oh' for at twti ur st-vt-n' A sigh ttf rchcl'-S'x. CllECK.l'll MATCH DNAVV Stunt' wins Finul Score-Tying Gnntc Hurry Stone, Tinislcr County ehump :ind Alfrcil .Incl-cson. of Hlghwtml Township. plnyutl to :t drztw at Nostlvd- nu in11spccml:trr:tngvtlclwckt'r clmtn' ptonship duel The final scart- was. Stone 2. Jackson 2, :ind ll lictl guinea were plnycd on thu first day, Jackson look the lirst game. but the next fiiur games were played :ts draws. Thr sixth game. played the following night uns .1 druw. Jackson took lin' sevt-nth g.tm4,- :mtl was taunting 2 games lu 0, with liw tu-rl games. Stone czmu- inli- Im :mn :ind lurik thu eighth gaunr Score. Jztrkson 2. Stunt' I. and hw rlrmx s. the lust twin gnim-s of tht' own tug ut-tw clixiws The following cien- mg mu. mt- rim four gmtttbs f1r..wS,tt..- scmu stmnl .lxwl-tsun 2. Slum- 1. tlrnws ll. with only one ganna In ho plzwrrl Tun tmrlcs curly ln lhv llftvvnth giunu' ..-tn...-.1 nu- t.t.t..1,.-r uf mt-rt lu to .1- piece. Aflt-r st-it-rztl nwws. Jnckwn surl- .nt-it h'.n4lr Th lims nt.tn -.lugm Stunc in at twliffurhnt- Q men wt-rr Lllvitli-rl :ts lul- .l.tvl-tsnn ll, Stone 8, XVtlh :I unc' 1.-mt, .lwksnn ti.-gun In rom- Sumt- lu truth- until lht- men stood .lzlckstin I. Stunt- Il AI this staigi- there atppvnr- --il ut-ry rt-.usmt to lxvlit-vc that Jack' gnu uuultl win lhl- clmmpionship, wh:-n 1. tt.-mt, me t-xpinfiftt in his imp.-S s1.m.- tt..-I ,t mm. in .ts trrigmnl pmt- in lht- tlnnlilt' cnrnt-rs :tml one diagon- .tlly tn front of this Hu trnrlt-tl nnt- nntl lln-rvforr tuck one in turn Thi- ntvn nnw stuotl Jutksnn 1. Slum' 2 Grvul applause followed fur Slonc After li moves thc game was uncirnt history with thc final score Stone 2, Jackson 2. draws lt. The promoter of thu mulch, Earl Mahan stated lhut he would try to nrrnngc another match in a few weeks. BOXING Lulc dispatches from Jersey City inf form us lhut "Kid" lCluruncuj Peyton. the Tulsa Terror, was knocked nut tn the fourth round of ai scheduled lun- ruunal bout by "l3ull' Elchison, lltc Killt-r of tht- XVQSI. Pi-ylun wus nulclatsscd from the be gitinittg :ind cuultl nut dt-lend himself' from l'Iluhison's barrage uf blows. Hu mnnngcrl to kt-vp on his fcct, however. until tho fourth round when thc "Bull" delivered it lvrrillc hill' nn thc lvfl hind qunrtcr of Pt-ylun's upiglotlis which knuckt-rl him for at row of draped cuf- fins. ll wus nflt-ru-nrtls discovered that thc "BulI' hull un nesortment ul hard- wnre in his glows but ns the "Kid" weight-ri twctity-flw puunlls more than Elchtsnn, thu im-itll-nt wus overlooked. CAMPHI-Il.l, HAS ORIGINAL NAME FOR GOLF CLUB l.rnt't- it ln bull plttywrs lu coin numt-3 fur nnything they ure not conversant u ith. Gulf rluhs hatvc lil-cn Callvtl Ivy ntosl Qntiyllitng stnlnhlt- tu print in tht- ln-st 'l'.imiIy itrxuppiprr Ht1ll'fvvrvltCump- II:--II. uhnst slit-nking nt-qunintttncv '-.nth pull' uns g.unt-tl uniy through l"mt-r tht- lmck Itnrl-" cuml-rsutmn iltnh nt. ttmttt-.1 t'..tm.- for Originality l'lxrwugIt prznrlirc t-:urly uni- tluy, sm" uxtl ul lin- l,.tmlz pitchers t-luctvd to plny .1 hlllt- gum on tht- links. Catnip- t.tu uns num-ft :tnrl t--.mt-di..tuty ut-- tuunl- inqumml-. "Hum much :Ines il Dost lo play?" quiwrvrl Campbell, "Crm-it Irvs .irc Wil." ltt- was told. "Clmup rnougltf' replied Everett "but where run l get slum- ntnllcls lu hit tht- hull with?" lu- atskcd, as he look' ed from one lu nnulhcr for thu desired information Bulltnn HEX l'l-Ililil-Ill lIl'Sl'4AND llOliIlYlNG HARD livnry Illinmgel, .tlms Hamill Jnck- sml. nrtgtnsnlotg nl tht' "Ht-npuckl-tl ts", has lngun .I nl-it pr.ii'lnt- .ill tht Ill-nrgs .Irv lu ltvlltm s lmlihgxng. sclwrlull- Is :is lullnus lluhlii uhtrh l'h.tt i Thi I Arlst- :mtl ilu nvslltrtlc thinning " l'r:lt'ttt-4' tut.ul li-ssun Il. Szittsly Ii-:ming tmx.trll Ihc airl- Nllf. l. Vt-gt-l:tri.tll's lunch. .1 lltkv. li fittltlt. 7 Box N I ight opt-rn 'P Light :hunt-r, tw IH.. try und bod. g nmtlt- clllfttiinnlt' by circum- Ntnin-is .intl lrivml will-, Ht-nry rx pulslutlt'u'lnItlila:tt'lISllC:l51!ll1tll0lts In liilililvs lt. in gr up mining. tlluntlnntt-d fnct-s trnilrsnig .t vlwirt- lawn :tml vit-ws tht ir grail-t-Inl aurtnuxs :is they clmst-th tht- "built-u-fly"-suglu. fur ilk tmlv thi- Iil-nly llt-npcrks lhihbymg llnrtlv lf tht- vuunnunilv c'lmttrl'tli tu sri' zu li uf l l'lll'lS BA'lvl'l.l'1'5 0PlNlON ON XVHlST Hi Cnumss Lum Mrs liulllv was ont- nf thnsr itll-:tl purltivrs fur :i gztmu ul' hrirlgc tlml ynu always ht-:ir :ibnut hut nov:-r Gnd Whrn t-ngngi-tl in n game shi- gnvc it hvr lull :tllt'ntmn. Shu dvluslcll thnst' pvrsnns who do not ubjcct to playing but merely play tu multi' up at gunn- wttlmul tiny that of winning. Sho did not like the idea: of only lwn culurs. YVhy nn! hnvc Your? Thr marks would still distinguish thum Shu ncvt-r luuk unfnir arivnnlngi- uf :nn upprrncnl, ns wh:-.n hc would :tcci elrntly drup om- nf his cnrds. or wht-n the ill-:alt-r should cause one of the curds to turn over in dealing. l YES' HE ATE THEM' iDOWNS TIIIRTY-THREE HANANASI Robert Rhyncurson. world's cham- pion lmnnna calcr. easily defeated his lille tu-day ngninsl Ted Chambers, his youthful chullt-ngcr. When Luc Arm- strong, ri-farce. handed them their first. live bunnnus, both appeared lo look all them ravuguuusly. Chambers. haul ul- ri-:Jdy rece-ivcfl his second bunch of live. when Rhyncnrson Iinisllud his fifth. Chambers hurl slztrtvil upon his svn-nlt-1-nth when lihyncnrson. rucciv- vd his fourth bunch. Al this time Chnnlhvrs. bt-gain tu slow up lmliccztli- ly Rltym-arson. jumped mln tht- lead' ing wlicn lu- :llc his twenty-third hamst- nug whilu Cltzitillicrs, was finishing his twl-nty-swmlitl. NVht-n llltynt-nrsun flnishrd his thirlu-lh, Chnmbl-rs was strning th-spurntc-ly and was :tdvtst-ll to slup lhc mulch llhynualrsun, :ili- one more for gland mcnsurc bufnrc stopping. Rufurct- Armstrong. lhcn nwerdvd the tttnlch to Flhyncurson. thi- flnnl scum- living Hhyni-ursun 33. Chaun- bvrs 27. ANDERSON NVINS MAJ JONGG TOURNEY NVilh Paul Anderson in thu lead. ln-duy's MAJ JONGG luurncy was call- ed UH in the second half nn account of min ln spilu ul this. thc sc-cond an- nunl tournnnil-nt, was qutlc exciting I On thc- limi. NVulIvr Kimball threw in an touchdown which frightened And- 'crsun into making hmm- run The ex- icttctnrnt increnst-tl, Kimball look his tnpponcnts king. knock--fl 11 first hnse- xmun, who was carried off the game- board. Thu litmvs ul-rc thrown again and Andi-mon lied. The rucquets were ex- chungul for clubs, but the first sol end- crl n love-gains, hir Anderson. Two sets lnllnwetl. thi- trumps bt-ing hearts. Anderson won, with hiqh low, jnck. :ind wnn with htgh free lhruwa Ht- won thc Gimbcl prize. Funeral Parlors , The Best In Town!! I Kursch 8: Cox's i Super-Equipped Ambulances and Hearses We ndd the finishing touches to all domestic differences .Q w. Take ssmim to umm In our superb nebu- rr ' rr - '+l- vt i The Paris Beauty Parlor For All Up-To-Date SHEIKS I Hairgreasing and corrugating at moderate expense. All The Latest Sheik Necessities Paul Genda Sole Prop. Lady Asst, PAGE FOUR THE SPYAGLASS, EGYPT. U. S. A. I, I , 4--- f i e I f - FOR SALE manager. Mr. Dave Burnette, ,and used, Servzinfs cami? from all parts of A - -i -iii ig was very embarransing when he town,to carry home employers ind '-34- i' FOR SALE-Fine bungalow-by man who asked me ycvzrdxy why I never friqmjsv WANTED' is about lu die of loneliness. Apply were thcmA They are we only iA'A.N1'Eu-Suit of armor by two-weeks E' Greenlee ' 'WW I can End that mach m hridcgroom. Apply to -Ed. Brod- head. Fon sur,-Rolling pin, flat iron. and kittle by widow, Apply M. Burnet! WAN'I'E-1-Pa!ients, big, small. wllile. or blank. Silverthorne Sanilanum. wAN1'f.b-Cement mixer in make hul- leriu dairy. Nice clean job, Apply to Dennison Dairy. wnm-so-Jnb.'by able-bndied man. Ex-prize flghmr. Wqgld like to have job leaching pet goldlleh the lafezt llrnkes. , f , Fon SAE-1912 Ford. 'Owner hz! bought bicycle. Apply kxxvrence Lawson rim SALE-Good megapllone by new in- lrinlc of deaf and dumb school. Ap' sly .Inc Letzkus mn sAua-Delicious fresh. health giym ing water. 51.00 per bucket. Apply Bzlb Bing, nt Luke Mich. wun-so-Gaod fat reduce: that will bring resullst Apply Lena Zwirskr-L wAN'nm-Man who will supply me with alibies for coming home lain. Apply Geo, Colvin. wAm1:D-Ex erienoed ment cutter. Apply the ghirley Hospital. wwren-Two dozen eggs of ancient character by Crystal patron. Apply Jack King. mn SALE--Good cow that has recently gnu-2 dry. Will make cm Hue orna- ment, Apply at the Bronnenherg Farm FG-1 sllu:-Rabbits, cheap. Apply Kelly Pon ami,-Magpiiicenl -daudelious. 'Will make Hue beverages. Apply J. Cummins. WANTED-Three well-lmiued vslels hs feud my goldfish. Hon. E. Schleyer. i Goob RECEHPES wfnmsn-A job , by wel!-bred cake- enlcr. Would prefer easy job, such as cxcrcising ladies' dogs in lhe park. Apply Edw. Wcllinglon. VYANTED-oid or dead horses. Apply The Handy Hash House. WANTED-Good, rr.-liable husband. pre- ferably first lmnd. Apply Z. Ste vena. WAN11-.11-To do all your gas work. Special mic lo ex-Senatus of A. H. S. Apply Vernal Turner. wmftnfslrny dogs. Will pay up lo 50c apiece. Apply Bowers' Ho! Dog Shand. WASTI-Ln-Gentle, home-loving and husband-loving wife. by slowly recovering widower, Apply E. Box- nm. FOR RENT mn iuznrr-Svl of false teeth, Person is on sofl diet lcmporarily. Apply Lrniha Myers. FUR RENT-GODd undertaking eslablish- mcnl, Busincss is luo dead for me al present. Apply A. A. Arbogasl. mn REN1-For Fi5.0G is day. good horse blnnket, Ornngc and biuck check- ed. Apply Geo. Morgan. Pon REN1-Pcrfeclly, gnod beau. while I'm nwny on vacnlion. Mnsl bc kept ln good cnndilion. Apply L. South- nrd. ron nz-:NT-Chrwing gum by the day Apply lhx- Baum Loan Co. mn nam-Sui! of clothes. Cwucr has small pox :md cnhnol use same. Ap- ply Pnul Newbern, Fon new'-Gund 1016 Ford Cnupr, Owm-r has lusl fiance and will hnvr nn use for cur lill lnler dale. Apply D. Burnell. ron RENT-Gond limmic. crow-bar, blow torch and gun. while I sc:ve mytefm ln Sing Sing. Will rent cheap lo rlghl parly. Apply K. Huffman, Spaghetti and- 120 rds. spaghetti 5 capus fcul 'emi 5 red peppers 1 gal. cider s irilia I whole ham dou'l It-.iiiuce Boil s ughelli and peppers. Trim ham wits spaghetti. Put lhe cider in the cellar. Cul lhc tapers after you cut il you need 'em, Snail Salad i cup onion 11198 Tommy's loes 2 gal. snail! ifrcshj 'asf Mix 'em and eat 'em while reading this receipe. EXTRACTS A laggard in love is n laggard in war bul he who gets married is both. A list in lhc hand is worlh lwn in lhc jaw-if you're an insurance agent. Wise men arc. till they know il. Bcuuly in dny llmv is "mud" nl night A wom:1n's age is her own sccrcl. but a mun's nge is the world's. XVIFE SCALPS HUSBAND AFTER QUARREL Cuiililuu-d fnrln Page Om' K cuff links. Mrk Munro uns fornicrlyl Marian Drunbvrgcr, of that city. Mrs. Moore sliu'-wil lliu lcllgr lo ncwspnpur wpurlcrs and asked them their opinion The lcllcr is as follows: Mr. Robert Moore: Would you bc klndwnough to rc-li.rn, ul onw. llml panrxnl silk siavkings which you look lnsl 'l'liur'14lny'?'l'hm-y urr xcry vulunblv as they were given lo me by my camisole. and say Kid. NEB!! 'ELL Your Fern. Mrs. Moore wus released under 510. 000 bond, 'ven hy George MOPEHB. a friend. Shi. will al once smrt divorce proceedings against M1 Moore. and hc will me a cross complaint. Mrs. Mcofe and Georg: Morgan were partners in The "BAS FUL DS." 'Ven reoengg al Lhe Palais Theatre. Yi is exgenl llml they will bc married inune ialcly after Mrs. Moore gels ber divorce. SOCIAL Continued lrom Page Two Addifionml Sports , HIGH DIVING , 'Earl Mahan rebenlly acquired lb? World? 'Cup 'for his? The mules! tool place al A antic Cily. The lolal height of U1-3 diwelwas A mile mid one eight, Mr. Mahan madr H wonder ful swan dive and entered Ihr: waler v.-it.h hardly xx ripple. When reaching the be-Mom however his head hecpme' Exed in Um rock and saml COD' struction and salviaging crew wasiim- mediately pu! In work nad Mr.xMahaf! was soon righied. He appean noni lhe worse for his experience. ' l'SE OUR WANT ADS: WE NEED MONEY lo find her reading in hcr book, and was forced to permit her rivnl. Miss Evclyn Kuch, to lake her place nl the Quadriinnnus Club. lust night. Miss Rosolwrry, was given the pag- inulc, ui the close of lllc meeting by Miss Kuch. she hnvmg Fivcn the read- ing on lhe Cronolngirza History ol' the Hibiscus Family and Hidalgos. Dill pickles and sour cream with inlurdcnonmnulislic cakes were served. Due' to this hvn guests were injudicax- ble. MISS DELPH ENTERTAINS . Miss Dorothy Delph cnlcrluincd n year ago Za-day in honor of Harry Stone. her nc-icc's cousin's huslmmI's uncle, wilh a hccbic-gccbic pnrly ul her home nl XVninscol and Cciling Avenue. Due lo Ihr fncl llml the rr- lutive is of u goriunndizing nature Miss Delph run out of rcfrcshiilvntsw including aqua spirilis irunu-nli. The guests lisl was kvpt sc'c.rcl duc- lo lhc fact that so many lnxis worn I 1 ' BORA M'S BARBER SHOP ,'v4LTTWV ,. Don't Kill Your Wife With Work! l Give her some of our l patent .medicines "Killer Cure" Or marley mm-are 1 Druley's Drug Store 1 DARK PLACE , su noimu, mor.. We Elihxinate Aqcuracy 1 For Speed- l Give Us A Trial And , Inf.-:vase The Doctofa Busins , Expert Surgeon fn if Attendance SHAVES HAH! CUTS ! l:..---?,, V41 ,-. -- ' 1 . i- l "Donft make your I wife wash- Let us do her dirty Work" Huffman'S Sanitary Laundry Anderson, Indiaria + 1 , . l Stog taking Cascara and other habit FOR RENT-Base hurncr. in good condi- llon. Owner has mnrrierl and wife keeps things hot now. Apply Robl. Rhynenrson. FUI! RENT-A good nnme. Prefer bland. Must be genlle. Apply W. Swinforrl. Bachelor Apartments. Pun RENT-Go-ad aaskel. Never been used. Palicnl has recovered lem- pornrily. Apply Hal Blognt. M D.- FOR SALE ma sux-Buggy. nenting capacity two. in good condilion. Owner has joined Bachelnr's Club. Apply P, hamcy. mn MLB-Husband. cheap. Answers in nunu- of Ikn- Apply Mrs Kursch Knee Cox! forming drugs See us instead and save money by it Nqwbern and Turner "The Peoples' Doctors" b RA BB1 TS At Bargain Prices Bring your old and discarded articles to us and we will change them to rabbits for you at a moderate fee. Kelly and Colle "The Rabbit Men". '-"" 'V THE ANVIL- GARAGE We wreck your can and then reggir it' at mod- erale cost ROBERT MOORE Jackson Park S I , Us 58 rpg ' I.: 31-"Ulf" V , ' ' Mr. A-. r , ,X - l'f'mQ fy' r Y . Q, , ,,-Q ii .T 1' , , '- by f f..-, ' ' -infq ,, .,..f x ' ' ' ,K , . -' ,. . 5 fs, 1.4 'g5"' l I h ' . rl F .. ...Jf.:,m-gt-.gjfmjgnwwafx'WxM .'.,,, , ofiijiffl gifiifffffl .. V - . ' 'jimi' A ' ' : ' , M Gig fj91,,q1,,Q1,twv..wq , A 1 ' .' i ., .. thzsv-qtqsiw X. . . , .' M F .aug j3?.?wD,,?-Lgwmn f t I r V V 5'E-'ili2.'l'i'5fJ5?-2:-' " . .. 1 L .A ' i - A! I I V ' " Y My: la XA f ff lg J' ' 1 525? 'I A g. 1 ' .1 QV!! if A F fi , , ' A g p - f vw- if . 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' 1 3 Q If skmhyy ON THE FENCE LONG I-YNU 5-H0197 VEWEQ-5 77pULy SL'IPPERfs 59 1 M JAX lf? l 01 JSDAY iw 'll Q, 'i Q W KG' fm .,L ,, R -1. .Q Vi", 7 l w vgiwzfefww g W ,fl 4,1452 g . ,f-'N y - - x. f -X., -- ' - "if I : 1 i E X. , QQ-. Junior Class' Melvin Bronnenberg . Pauline Bronnenberg . Joseph Thurston . . Jessie Helen Bronnenborg Robert Stone . COLORS . . . SPONSORS W. . .111 . . . . President Vice President . TI'6ClSI1I'8I' . . . Secretary . Se1'gc'a11l-af-A rms . Black and White ' Shields and Miss Gore Junior Class4!A to K Junior Class-L to Z :E 'fm i 5' Sophomore Class Russell Hudson ........ President Ruth McDonald . . Vice President Jeanette Neff . . Secrelalry Barbara Miller . . . T1'ea,s111'er DOIl31d SkeOCh . . Se1'gea1zl-al-Arlns COLORS . . , . Green and White S1'oNsons . . Mr. H. Jliller and Miss Tykle . 5.,x ond.. s .... we ' Sophomore Class-A to K Nl SODIIOIHOPU ClassfL to Z "Q, Freshman Class Carl Gilpin . . ....... President Elizabeth Gilmore . . Vice President Amy Arnott . . . Secretary Gus Anton . . . . . . TI'Cf1SllI'eI' Randolf Covington . . Sergermt-at-Arms COLORS ..... Crimson and White SPoNsons . Mr, J. D. Miller and Miss Graham Frcshman Class-A to K Freshman Class-L to Z , Y 11? l ' 'Z ,I.' , , , , fm" " i'f:gif3'1 '55, ,'e ming- - gl, V '4 .. - W fs' 'wg W4 L f inf r . " , 1 ' ' , , '?' A-NV lf- 4 l . ' 'QB ' X N I , " , 4. ' Q .V c-,, x-QQQF3 wx I -L X V. ...ASE QR !.,, 6 M . . ' 2" 3- . . Ak .Sky ' ' 4 A .f 4' I . ' ' ' 1' fY'...f'?ff:X'.-Vfzf-'?" 5i"?i-:.4 QIZZW' '9' 'Q I . MR 3 Us ' N 5 L - EL wooo V, A 5 f N .. A if--f ' ' E "" X .Q ' -. CD15 .A . , K ,DOT 1, , .- X 1 X A, k V . E V .- 1 ,E , 'O 'so' ix . ' 2 ri ' ' "Q Ai . I . 'fi.2:15ga - Q BOY H mocna-our -' , T iff fffff'-2'H Qooo Doa V. . + ' . - K WMHN, 'Fog' WHO? V A LKTTLF, fvi E , 1 ,-fo 7 I an N X 1 gm 53 t 70L.EON S T, . - .ff A-x 2 5 s. J, f -X", " A 'f E," NA' . Q I . 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'FAQF- QVOUNG Cowen v'30NGE- ' ' V Q35-V MHDT1N 1 U A V ,L Y, kgs 'ee 845 - wma ' .lvily sf .r . ,au ,- LL?-H p ' 'fs Q MMM M. si ,il -we A wf fum 3. , ,X 45 Y A 7 A , W j 'T 4' ,MTA .. Aff ,r ii, W, N 77.417 ..L:,,,. gi-1 3' fi i -' -3.11- we ,, an .r . X 1gUinS'?f.Q- isjgiyz, H L5 - r ff:f7'X- 'wp' eww- -,-If.. Mm.,-,V gf --v,vQm1,,.,- ,. 1 ,, E 5.1 A-. ,. I Q '-fffi 3.110 .,'f:'1.,W-al mif5'UiZ51Q:C35n'Mm' ' RQANHZATQ QMS 'V' x .. dm., , .. . M. 1' -,Jap .fy-:'1'g 3 'vw-,fr .-'1'-- ff: ,,-:V L, ,W .. ..gq.. -1-1 iw, N -A f, gm V- Q , X L +1 ' ' wi ---4' . -.v:..14.vaiak'135.a.N:- an-'ff' f fa . I ,L,. 7 I 6 4 , be J cf' I ft., Q 1 - ' v Nfzfffy X ,F5"""f fl.. .ff 4 My X .Lx ,lf "jf:-My Sr ' Wm, Ny .f V.. K -'fl' mrkgi '42, . ,, xmuzsmw ,M A " i Y g M r J V A A 2' 1" Z:5'N'N if ' ,: lb if 51 1 - -K lb .gg-""" 1 Y -. ' 1 A-:gl ff . s 11, 2 1. v 1 -1 ' 1 . Q '.7!'4 ,Eqivax-cs Dkgarxeag 1 i fa a Name .ssoru-:Mew 4 bca-nice Ctlooli AYIOOIAVC 5017015 Tbbexkk Moore 50-YNEAU' MAMAQEIZ. Qfmcf ARE Aearron. PIEOFHEC Y 310' pdlll 063106 efoaeq.-wwf' ' NOl'd nslillulf 0:04 rw zaruvr 1' .- .L 'C . I G K gg . fzwkfmzuim ,W x15:1y Q-txqgzw I-.R es-W.--ws. vmtttw, ,M X - 1 'Yr "dw" ll zz 1 A m Ll rt i ,ttf '- 1-'rg-'gf f- ,zu 'S-.-s..u4,., ,saws . -+,. :x,3n:r. . - e - - 'W' ' s -v im THE BLACK AND GOLD BY ELDON H. HANDY Again the senior ebb-tide leaves its mark Receding, taking ones who now must go Out from our halls wherein they learned to think, It takes the Black and Gold that they love so. The Black and Gold, their standard-colors-hope They beekon them, as seniors they must go, And with the tide that's going out, they go To fight their way across life's troubled sea. Through devious means they seek their paths to light, By different roads they seurry from the fold Yet, though they all are drifting far apart They still will love their colors Black and Gold, '.::Ma,Iw'zf Nt' 1 '...'fi'5u"1" - Q , - f-F JAH' 1 ' ev, -fe.f.fx1:f.x21eaw2f.i1e.1fe-ff: .-1 sag.. rx: -- v ' - Editorial Comment Well, what do you think of our book? By the time your eyes chance to rest on this page you have already received an impression and are ready to express your opinion. Of course we hope you like it, but we have no apologies to make, for we feel that we have produced the best Annual possible under existing circum- stances and have given the students a book of high calibre which truly reflects the activities and spirit of dear old A. H. S. We have earnestly endeavored to pre- sent a true picture of our Alma Mater in all her glory and to record in these few pages the things that will suggest pleasant memories in years to come. We believe that we have accomplished our aim. However, that is not for us, but for you, to determine. ' We are indebted to a great many people for assisting in the publication of this book and we desire that everyone who has contributed to this Annual in any way to feel that his efforts were duly appreciated. At times the way was rough and the editor became a bit discouraged thinking that probably it was not worth the effort expended. But due to the splendid .cooperation received by the staff from various departments everything has come out in fine shape and we feel re- warded for our many hours of time and energy. To the Art Department is especial credit due for their part in the work. Miss Balyeat has been an invaluable aid to the staff and has worked untiringly in behalf of this year book. She has cooperated with us in a manner that is worthy of praise and has made many helpful suggestions for carrying out the lndian idea through the book. Before any definite plans were made we decided that the lndian would be portrayed from cover to cover in keeping with the lndian legends and lndian spirit sponsored by the followers of A. H. S. The Art Department, under the supervision of Miss Balyeat, has been instrumental in carrying out this original idea. The artists, themselves, have spent no small amount of time and we desire to thank them for their services. Ed Brodhead spent many hours on plates and in- serts and supplied many good ideas. Kenneth Snyder has devoted his school time and also considerable overtime working up snap pages and -cartoons. "Ken- ny" was too bashful to have his picture taken for the staff as was Pauline Reeves, who did some good work on inserts. FINANCIAL Arifixms Financially, the X-Hay has had a most successful year. Starting with a deficit of two hundred twelve dollars f35212l, we soon overcame that and after paying all expenses for the year have a neat sum of approximately S250 yet in Olll' treasury. Although we did not issue the full quoto of X-Rays due to existing circum- stances, we have so arranged our financial policy and so conducted our affairs, that the X-Ray is left with a neat balance. The new plan of selling the X-Ray and Annual on a cost basis has met with favor in the Anderson Senior High School and elsewhere. The money taken in during the year was as follows: X-Ray sales, 3183.241 Annual sales, 357003 advertising-X-Ray and Annual, 5943.275 cuts in Annual 2l2314.90gmaking a total of 32141.-11, The X-Ray is indebted to the student body for their support during the year and hope that A. H. S. will coutinlue to cooperate with the staff in the future. A '.- N . . M A. ,.. . ,1,.:1:i.': 1- .:. 1' , . -,,.. .g.......,.,1.,l,,..,y,...1..a. . ,y..-..,.-.t....:....:.-e...t.e,.,.,..,. 68 qs 4 . an I5-Sk HSE? 3-9.'5f5?.hNi56:FH5'tt9l:'5eEl"E'5'55'- ff "' - 3' ' s. , El' 94 'al E-95!F+5'59':55T-tiki 33 5,551 5? El .,,-- " Q., "' nd Rosfx BLACKABY-EDITOR-IN-CHIEF ROBERT BIOORE-BUSINESS MGR. The X-Ray has undergone a number of changes during the past year, credita- bly accomplishing the feat of breaking away from certain unjurious precedents. For years the activities of A, H. S. had been "in a rut" so to speak. Each year merely meant a repetition of the year before until the class of 1924 came along with the idea of being original and upset the equilibrium of some of the old-timers by changing the scheme of affairs just a little, The X-Ray has kept in pace in this new movement, in fact it was one of the organizations of A. H. S. that "started the ball rolling." A new policy in regard to Annual sales and X-Ray subscriptions was adopted. early in the year. Previous to this the X-Ray had been sold for five cents per copy, the surplus profit going to pay for the annual, for which the students only had to pay thirty-fivd cenlts 13.351 but which costs 81.50 in production. According to this plan, X-Ray pur- chasers were paying for an annual when they were buying the X-Rays, however, many of them did not secure a year book. On the other hand those who purchased four or five annuals but did not buy the X-Ray were not really entitled to the annual X-Ray. The plan-adopted this year in order to make it fair for everyone put both X-Ray and annual for sale on a cost basis. Two cents per copy was charged for the paper and one dollar purchased an annual. The X-Ray staff feels that they have benefitted the school by this change, In addition to the regular editions. a tournament extra printed on cherry stock was issued on Feb. 29 during the District tournament and other interesting features including a picture of the team were publshed. '5'l53i :aeSsH:fssG:re.S ' i f ia1 ifs5egf'.ff , . sw, fr 1 H '1 'U if lk if' x. 'F If 15 QQ. 'gl 17 if is iw, lx L! if 5: ,l 3? 2 , . Q L .1 Pit fs . 1 :jr fu - f ijt It ii. :PQ its ff. 15 I V' iff ag. fl r .T . me E.. ,u ..,, Z Q . -7-. ag 'fr Lt. gt it Ek as it 'Ui QQ ie: . ,Ll rw 15 1 ,, W -- v- . -4 he " K pan., Jw, ,f:'w.x gf X?:9jg',' ' A ,f Ewa-?Q:T::.::g 55-3 ,WE . Q ff' A ix '- X xii A ' xx 44 AX-RAY REPGRTERS N, ..- M X-RAY SALESMAN 'Hf'Wftt'.11?-woficg - -iff- ceeo FF, siafsfzrafsissfenwsrsssswm Print Shop RECOGNITION The X-Ray greatly indebted to the Journalistic and Print- ing departments this year for the splendid way in which they have cooperated with the staff in securing a creditable annual and a weekly X-Ray which would embody thc activities and re- echo the spirit of' A. H. S. Mr Barner, as printing instructor, has devoted his time and effort to the publishing of the year book in a manner that is deserving of praise. All credit is due the Print Shop this year for the printing of the annual in two colors, a feat which necessitated twice the number of press runs and' consequen'lj,'much Ii'OI'Q work. This is the first time in the his-tory of Anderson High School that the entne year book has ever been printed in a two color scheme, Mr. Dakin, as head of the X-Ray and instructor in Journal- isln, has ever been "on the job" and has kept his corps of news writers hustling after snappy. up-to-date news that would put some life into the school paper. Journalism is practically a next' venture in A. H. S. having been instituted shortly over a year ago at the instigatiou of Mr. Dakin. The News YVriting class has replaced the bulk of the X-Ray staff, which has been reduced to seven members this year. This class furnishes an excellent opportunity for students who desire to work for the school paper and at the same time receive credit for their effort. ' X . V 33?53'?l'3T'?fFl5f27ifF57f5!5E5l'5l'f3''5'55.' , W-'-Y4i4'ii'11"-PGYEFEFS Y- T 5- 'Y w I. YV :gy T, Ji .5 fi - 5 1 f 33 ,ff sv' 'e if 7 5 21 1 R 5 3 gs 3 5 SZ 5 . T. k 5 3 x QE 'ii an E' 3 Qt QE .gg 5 S 15 .L :S - 1 JS if is fi ii 'si 'lt xt Az' ffvfliwfsfwwwnvw f'X ifd sswnumwuwfvwuwmwmu SVS K- 3 ...fy "-rev -4 M5WWQmN'H gwswf: xi if,AQ?5'A Q x , 5 A' WWHZEQW' ,CPO ..x, JQQJMKQHWQJSJQWEQE' ' 73 'Nu , . 1 If I v '-s 'v 's -s nh an :Q nf- ,X A, 5? '4 'T 111 in 1: I v K I Y , f. i s Us S Fr 'E 1 ..K V? e s ilgifx - -'12 ... ff 'Qfx 'N .fi as-. 4X Ya-, Senate OFFICERS Leon Harris . . . President Nellie Stottlemyer . . Secretary lsaac Kursch . . . Vice President Robert Daly ..... Treasurer Norman Cook ....... Reading Clerk That the tongue is mightier than the sword, or that arbitration is more effec- tive than brutal force, probably induced Oswald Ryan to organize the Senate under the supervision of Mr. J. C. Blalck. It was modeled after the plan of the United States Senate, and as a result of arduous study of parliamentary procedure, has at- tained the present state. There are, at present, sixty members enrolled, most of whom enter into the spirit of the various discussions. Among the bills brought up for debate during the season were those concerning: Capital Punishment, Immigration, Repeating the Eighteenth Admendment, and the National Educational Department, Various parties and banquets were successfully staged dur- ing the year, among which are: the Thanksgiving feed, Valen- tine party, a weiner roast and a skating party. The main social event of the season was the annual banquet. During the existence of the Senate, various plays and public demonstrations have been given. thus drawing many new members. Much appreciation and honor is due Mr. J. C. Black, the Sergeant-at-Arms, and Miss Mary Wilson, the English critic, who have guided the Good Ship, Senate, safely through many radi- cal, heated discussions back to the harbor of moderation, 'N -QE ,YYY 1 Lf X 5. 1 f . lp , . 1-' I l , 5. 9 p i 5 a - .' gy .1 Vg , H, s wx,- Senate Manual OFFICERS Nellie Stottlemyer .... Editor Leon Harris . . Business .llazzager Clarence Peyton . Associate Editor George Kelly . .Circulation Manager Earling Schleyer ........ Treasurer Looking to the Past from whence came the precedent, the Senate turned again and revived the custom of publishing a Manual. The last Senate Manual was pub- lished in 1919, but the -custom having been discontinued until this year. ii WHS H new and untried project for all. The Senate elected Nellie Stottlemyer as the editor-in-chief, with Ralph Bid- dle, business manager, who later resigned, and Leon Harris, was elected in his place. Other positions appointed were:-assistant-editor, ClarenccPcytong treas- urer, Earling Schleyer and circulation manager, George Kelly. This staff Worked swiftly and silently until the Manual was sent to the pub- lisher. The high school print shop being conjested. the material was sent to the Bulletin Publishing Company, where it progressed rapidly, The manual went on sale for the small price of ten cents. the main expense of outside printing having been covered by advertisements. Almost four hundred copies were sold in Senate and around school, leaving the remainder for ex-senators and alumni. The Manual, bound in brown imitation leather, contained fifty pages and was so arranged as to interest not only the Senators but also members of the student body as a whole. Having once been revived, it is hoped that the practice will not be discontin- ued. 75 -'Ax 4 mi. - 2 Zi m, wsfvsfalwwmfem- -fs ,,,, ,Q ,F ,,,, ,sfzams-4Q, X HQ ..-wa., sgmq JCSSC U cmfzfm 4 , ' x ,Qpj M135 motte, H 40YIJ'0R.'.' ,. XXX:-1 -- - rl ' .- A .:.- .Sf X- ,L 'V '76 lx , r Yu -A 4. .. an ' -1 ik Li It R7 91 vi ,V ,. 5? L7- 'N ii ix 5, Ts qv ... AY 'v Q: wx if iv if -. :S fm ,TQ rx -A. Q SE QQ tx if if LT if ai iQ -s .x in 1 .xr .A 951 PF :,w 'ir 1 1 .lv 1-- P -.f.:ufe--.- ff gN"'N.,Q"' G15-V 7 nr.--.r "-I-fi '.-' 'f-4.-f.sC.r.n.' .i 1 H 1.135.31111'.1'.1'.1ni".i5.1. ,U Y A - - ,, ,rc 1 .xiii -Sf-3.'.'5.'.A'.f1'.?.'.,g..,.'-...vv.f.i:i.gg gpm-' ' tv' 3- ' x S ,Q yu' LL. , 5 . I g 1 I T! ,-,, he-1-4, ,e -, .B .- l 5 .il 1' e 1 cr qi 1-. .Y :xv if ar lil" . .1 E , xy f v X5 F: Y f. . , J, , . , f Girl Reserve Q A NEW EARTH God grant us wisdom in these coming days, And eyes unsealed, that we clear visions see, Of that new world that He would have zzs build. To life's ennobleinent and His high ministry. -John Oxenham A G. R.--HSN.-XPS!! One hundred forty G. Rfs enabled sixty children to view Christmas with hap- py hearts, One hundred eight-five dollars was realized from a very creditable perform- ance of "Daddy Long-Legsf' which was coached by Miss Gore. Nora Smith, clev- erly enacled the role of an orphan, Judy Abbot. The Hi-Y Club assisted in this Q play and Durward Beall took the part of "Daddy Long-Legs". A Mother and Daughter Banquet was held May 14. The cabinet enjoyed a house party to make plans for the year. Kltemeinber A the farmerettes in the hay mow! BROADCASTINGS FnoM THE PROGRAIVIS A clever program was presented by Rosa Blackaby, as Madam Gazalgo, a world f- L renowned crystal gazer, who foretold the future of many G. R.'s, . . Two tableaux "The Spirit of '76" and "Clara Bartonn, were presented. Eva Lg' Winslow, Virginia Hudson and Jewel Brandon, were in the former. Nellie Stottlei' myer sympathetically portrayed the Red Cross Nurse. The sponsors, Misses, Nagle, Gore, Hartman. Perce. and the cabinet members. Jw Bernice Crook, Nilah Byrum, Jessie Helen and Pauline Bronnenherg, Erma Van jf 'Ji Hook, Lyle Southard, Barbara Miller and Mary Cherrington, have donated their un- tiring efforts to the interest and successful achievements of this organization, 4 3' 5.5-?fjSa.i:R:.f.:+.iiE:5:.i1f.:is,i:.fae1 ' h ' ' ' ' Q-,sae-ip -f 4. 1.: The X-Roy 1924 PUBLISHED BY The Senior Class Of Anderson Senior High School ANDIHRSON, INDIANA 5 E f t 'Q' 3 , - e e W ,- , -v Hi-Y OFFICERS Durward Bt-all . . . President Earling Sehleyer . . Secretary Russell Hudson . . Vice President Robert Daly ..... Treasurer Paul Genda ....... Sergeant-al-A1'mfs The Anderson Hi-Y Club sponsored by the Y. M. C. A, and the high school prin- cipal, was organized three years ago. It was re-organized, a new constitution drawn up, and a different form of admitting new members into the club was intro- duced last year, The purpose of the club is "To create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character." The four fold de- velopment plan is earried out through the club, "Clean Speech, Clean Living, Clean Athletics, and Clean Scholarship." To become a member of the club a candidate has to receive a two-thirds vote of all the members present at the meeting when his name is discussed. Two essen- tial requirements areg a fellow must not use tobacco in any form nor obscene lang- uage. Any member refusing to abide by either of these requirements can be drop- ped from the ,club by a two thirds vote of those present. The Hi-Y pin is a sacred pin and is to be worn by the members only. He can not let any girl friend wear it and may only secure one for her providing she will stand for the same ideals and principles as stipulated by the club. N 78' igmwcfy 4, iz, v 1 itil 7, , 3 4U 'l 43:- Dramatic Club OFFICERS Robert Moore .... President Winbnrn Pierse - . Treusnrez' Edward Wellington . Vice-President Elizabeth Bayless . . . Secretary Paul Vandyke . . . .... S tuye illrnzuger The Dramatic Club, altho apparently inactive, has held some very interesting meetings this year. The attendance has not been large, but those who were there were deeply interested. A new feature which has developed this year was "A Walking Rehearsal." In this the parts were not committed to memory, but read from printed slips. The main object in this was to give everyone a trial in the club to display his dramatic ability. All the plays were good that were given. The following are the plays which were given: "Two Crooks and a Lady" by Eugene Pillot, coached by Miss Perce. "Spreading the News," an Irish folk play by Lady Gregory, coached by Miss Perce. All enthusiasm would presumably have been lost if it had not been for the devo- tion, and untiring efforts of Miss Perce. Miss Gore and Miss Wilson, to the club. Robert Moore, the new president. was most worthy of his office. XVhen every- one was asking, "What is wrong with the Dramatic Club?" "Bob" showed them what the Dramatic Club could do. 79 t. 7 1. J,-1?:s.fI-eiiisizixi:Es?:5a'?s?:i!fif':E!'ifi fi 95 QE 5? Y ei 5? ie ,E 52' 5 ,- is fi fe fi 55. . V ga? A - Sczence Club OFFICERS Metherell Pearce .... President Paul Genda - . . . Vice President Nell'e Stottlemycr . , . Sec1'elu1'y and TI'CflS!II'EI' "Variety is the Spice of Life," might well be adopted as a motto for the Science Club. Different in purpose, different in organization, and different to the n th degree, it stands out as something aside from the daily trodden highway of hard, gi mediocre facts, l'ts purpose is to present scientific facts in an interesting manner, and so shed J' a disclosing light upon heretofore intricate "ologies." gf- The officers for the first semester were: Metherell Pearce, Presidentg Edna Sil- :Q verthorne, Vice-Presidentg and Nellie Stottlemyer, Secretary and Treasurer, After starting out with a bang, the club continued to run on eight cylinders, and thus attracted the attention of the entire school by its new motion picture pro- ject. Under this plan, educational pictures were shown on XVednesday mornings. and at various times during the school year, special programs were given. "The Fall of Babylon" and "Cinderella" were presented during the first term, and "The Battle of Gettysburg," to which all the veterans of the Civil War were invited, was 3-ff shown during the spring semester. The club is deserving ef much praise in that it took over this gigantic problem, if and after fitting out and repairing all necessary apparatus, it made a huge success ' of rendering the student body an instinctive and beneficial service. Great credit is due Mr. Horton, Science instructor, who has sponsored the club ig since its origin. His efforts in cooperation with the president, Methercll Pearce, have been responsible for the remarkable success of the club this year: ig ai f if i'-fl-A ' -wi :if .11-4 mglfilffLffgii1zZf.i-fflii11-55w.:f-.2t ,.,. p, fait f" x, fi .. 54?-Y Student Council OFFICERS Nellie Stot.lemyer . . 'President Georgiana George . Sl3l'I'6itll'!l Mary Cherrington . . Vice President Harlan Colle ..... Treasurer The Student Council was organized in 1920. The purpose of this organiza- tion is to promote student government and to form a group where the student body shall be represented. The council decided upon a plan of student government this year. Elections vy ere he.d to elect the students who were to fill these positions. A bill was passed to have all the clocks, fountains and any thing around the school that wasn't running right, repaired. This was a good bill because some of the clocks and fountains had been out of use for two or three years. A few years ago a Clean Up Day was held in the school. The students washed the woodwork, the statuary and the walls around school and cleaned up the lawns, This was a great help to the appearance of the school. This year the Student Council decided to have a Clean L'p Day. Everyone participated in this event and again things shown with cleanliness around old A. H.. S. The Council assumed an old debt amounting to about seventy dollars which had been hanging over. A motion picture, 'The Lamb". featuring Douglas Fair- banks, was shown to raise money for this purpose. The picture was presented in the high school auditorium May 23. Mr. J. C. Black, the sponsor of the council has been faithful, patient, and nn- tiring in his efforts to guide the council and the members wish to extend their love and appreciation to him, and hope that he may be able to continue his good work for many more years. ' 81 i"', - -A af, Fm, be-.. M- ix? .-...-,. -.t...-mm-4.-. 4.-......,u....t-nn...-.....1..' .--A .'- Latin Club OFFICERS Irene Sample . . -Presiden! Gretchen Miller . . . Secretary Mary Cherrington . . Vice-President Majorie Rieliardson . . Treasurer This organization, for a long time desired by the Latin students, was made a reality last year, under the name of Sodalitas Latina. The purpose of the club is to create interest in the life and customs of the Ro- man people. At the meetings many talks have been given concerning the Roman methods of living such as: Homan homes, meals, roads, theatres, and games. There are at present twenty-nine members enrolled in the society. The programs for the meetings, which are held every other Thursday are ar- ranged by a committee, which the president appoints. The meetings are very in- teresting and include talks on Roman life, given by members of the club, singing of Latin songs and playing of Latin games. Three special programs were given this year, where refreshments were served. At the October meeting Hallowe'en colors were effectively carried out. There was also a Christmas exchange party. On Valentine day a surprise party was given the club. The success and advancement of the club in the two year's work are due to the untiring efforts of the sponsor, Miss Fannie Nagle, the officers, and th.e hearty co- operation of the members. .. An interesting feature of the Latin Club was the faet that the menus for refresh- ments were written in Latin and taxed the wit of the best Latin students to deter- mine what they were really eating. The eats were usually furnished by members of the Club and Miss Nagle but sometimes money was taken from the treasury for this purpose. 82 k Q. - 'var 55--' . ,ls French Club ' OFFICERS Durward Beall .... President Elizabeth Cox . Treasurer Nellie Slottlemyer . l'iee-President Mary Phelps . . . Secretary The French Club is the youngest of all the high school organizations. It was first organized in February of the 1921-22 school year by Miss O' Brian and Miss Bentegeat. Last year there was no French Club. This year the club was again organized. The first meeting was held at the high school in November. At this meeting the followinlg officers were elected: President, Durward Beallg Vice-President, Nellie, Stottlemyerg Secretary, Mfary Phelpsg Treasurer, Elizabeth Cox. The constitutional committee was also appoint- ed in order that the club might have some set rules to follow. At thc second meeting, two weeks later, the constitution was formally accept- ed and a social committee was appointed, This club and the Spanish Club gave a Christmas party together in December. There are twenty-seven members in the French Club. It is rapidly becoming popular and is expected to take its place among the foremost of the school activi- ties before many terms have passed. The club is indebted to Miss Bentegeat for her assistance during the year. Untold possibilities for expansion and advancement are noticeably evident in the French Club. Members see a roseate future for the Club if the series of so- cial and educational programs now in a nebulous state materialize. ri .hi .i. 83 Spanish Club OFFICERS Gettrude Davies . . . President Mary Howell . . Secre1'U1'y Anna Marie Yates . . Vice-President Paul Newbern . . TI'6llSllI'6I' The year 1923-24 has been a busy one for the Spanish Club, Membership com- mittees have worked hard to swell the membership and the meetings have been very interesting. An event to be long remembered by the Spanish Club members was the big Spanish Club-Commercial Club Hallowe'en party given in the Junior High School Annex, The next notable event was the Spanich Club-Commercial Club theatre party which was enjoyed by a number of students and the sponsors of the two clubs. The Wednesday before Christmas vacation the Spanish Club spent an enjoyable evening with the Freneh Club. The program consisted of music, ex- changing of gifts, and the serving of refreshments, The meetings of the spring semester have consisted in plans for parties and hikes to be held in fine weather, interesting and puzzling contests and talks on Spanish subjects. The purpose ofthe Spanish Club has always been to promote interest in Span- ish and to give social opportunities to its members. Everyone is eligible who has had one year of Spanish and is making a grade of at least B. The dues are twenty- five cents each semester. Under the eareful supervision of its sponsor, Miss Graham, the club has had 3 very successful year and it is hoped that next year will find it even more active in school affairs than at present. 84 ltifil a ' Commercial Club OFFICERS Anna Marie Yates . . . President Doris Kehrer . . Secretary Zora Stevens . . Vice-President Harold Lineherry . . . Treasurer Two years ago the Commercial Club was organized by a group of commercial students, assisted by Mrs. VVilliams, head of the Commercial Department, at that time. The purpose of the club is to promote interest in problems concerning busi- ness, and to increase the interest of the students in their commercial work in high school. There are at present forty members in the club. All students taking the com- mercial course are eligible to membership and any accdcmic student having two of more credits in commercial work is also eligible. Ten cents dues are paid by the members each semester. This year one of the District shorthand, typewriting, and penmanship con- tests was held at Anderson. The Commercial Club had charge of the affair. The contests were held in the morning, after which everyone went to the Y. XV. C. A. where luncheon was served. In the afternoon a one-act play, "Overtime" was pre- sented by commercial students. After a motion picture comedy the results of the contest were announced, Several shorthand and typewriting contests were held during the year to enable the students to realize what would be expected of them in an official con- test. Many interesting talks by faculty and business men were additional features of the programs, The club owes a great deal to the efforts of the commercial teachers, Miss Mar- tin and Miss Harris, who have sponsored it. 85 ff , II'- ,V P- , f Q Jr V' A -6-Y ' -..:,: ..f,., ' --f1"'1' " Orchestra A The orchestra this year has been the largest in the history of the school and has furnished music for many occasions. notably: the ,Girl Reserves play. "Daddy Long-Legsng the motion picture, "The Fall of Babylon", the operetta, "The Fire Prince", and the Senior Class play, "Adam and Eva". The selections played for these performances have been superior compositions which were well interpre- ted under the capable leadership of the director, Mr. Wise. Great credit is due him for his able cooperation and direction of the orchestra during 1923-1924. The personnel of the orchestra is as folloxvszg First violin, Everett Swain, Irene Byrum, Edward Moore, Claire Call, Thomas Clem, and Russel Storms. Second violin, Virgil Quebbenian, Simon Schuster, Vernon Daily, Delilah Hot- zel, Rachel Rayl, Gettrude Davies, Alice Merrick, Boehler Smith, Van Pothemus, and Harold XVeavel. Viola, Grace Hulse. First cornet, Arthur Chenowith, and Robert Shelton. Second cornet, Horace Rogers, and Blondon XVlict::tz,-ne. Trombone, XValter Kimball, and Caslcr Hahn. Saxophone, Robert Moore. Clarinet, Thelma Schuler, Dean Ambrose, and Margaret Reynolds, Horns, Etta Kirkendall, and Alden Higgins. Flute, WVilliam McCaslin. Drum, Harvey Current. Piano, Pauline Groves. , -,SG


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