Arlington High School - Rambler Yearbook (Arlington, IN)

 - Class of 1926

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' , f 1' w : -,u , MA.. up-, - 545 ' wa. 'X Q, A A.: Hifi , . uf ,, Q, - ' Qwsgfg ff? , lQpV'3 1 ' ,,1L. '53 , flu I: ' , ,fr k -6 :S , . f ,. u ftt . 5" if? "K 5 53 Q 1,5 xr Q 3 affe- . Wi. .4 ! :gk 1 . , , 'Wil-V , D ' ' , 33.911 - 11 1, , ,, M D :v 1. , m 62. Q x I 'rue 1926 RANB LHR Publijhecl D15 Senior C1666 AP1incjT or1' 0 Hiojh School AP11nqTor1 Ind. 5 f , Ee: Q fQ.,,,sn . 0 t OTCWUT Qjfb This boots represents b" v the co-operative ef- !! ' t tort ot' the graduating if class of - Along Q V with the support ot ' the students and . the community X -i C751 g , . v . 2 A I ! 5? " , 4 5 gr , ' ,.,. V sy ' 15 ff ' x' ' ffsg ffiff Ls. at , ' 'K ' . :AS-'fgffsifii-' e-Q' ' g - 21 W M? 8 .x'I4'-ba PQGMV-,' 1 DQ-fin. up A 1 aff-A,-f 1' 71 Af:-'ig J' ' A . , 3 ' i he ' . ' 155,51 bi vi, A if Rambler ' - Kf ' V 'il ' 3' Lifes, ' ' -.H-4 -,Q " ff, 38'i.+i1s'd..a."f f N . t , 1 1,61 AL , .. il .. .11 'z C To t Dedication ' Qjfa ' 9 To our parents whose p unifailling aid has been of a source ot' inspira- I tion to us in our iff quest tor an eoln- ' 0 I I catnon, thus umoolk if is dlerllicatedl T714 'Y f' El , its W 3 nl Q f-QQFINIAX Q31 , W 'ff ' ,' 210.15 5 Kami' V' Q ' S its --Q ,, A' .:,,,f" U . ,Y' of -- -FI J .. Tllilif 6qf.5q?l'1?133'5i-31 il1Q'Q"f.fjj.1r:QE Kg: 5 ' ', 'rd u-,.4c35'Q ::f,,QQq, .A a lv 'q'W+w"'.m' ll 5 ll '32-3 'UL-' ,Rh , "Zi ,A-fl -fn, - ' --dv 'Qi 1 yf:3f:.g, fi n ' ' V fi, Au" L fC' , I K V x lf LFW V., x 'A x , 1,1 WA 43- ' l:-PNRY 11.3 xy .wr -, QL X have ,GLYEN fllwlmv N, R dnnllw lem Fall There is silence: the cleacl leaves Fall and rustle and are stillg Heats no flail upon the sheaves, Comes no murmur from the mill. A 4' t IA .. W-, i- .,.., V , - im KA f .--vw.,- Q aff'-1+ g'f1'++ .2232 f?-f1iii5fEIrFl+f-iifl-3+f Fivfairi A 19 5" f5i4"-W3 '+4'Ei :"i'?f1,f'iiiil 5? l l 1 Winter Thcrc was never a lcuf on hush or tree The hare houghs rattled shudderingly Thr- river was illllllll and could not speak For the weaver W'inter its shroud had spun. 'A Mf flffn , A ' XA! ' Q, q . ? Q - ,,'- f" ' 11926 l .N M531 mf --wr. ' ., L'f.5g..'M., ax , M QW, .- ' .-,,'FiqW9,5 R., . w ' wr. .J KT W3 h, J 532231 4' 04' A"7'9'A MP ' "P"1 Spring Now is thc high ticlc of tho your, And whatcvcl' of lifc has chhccl away Comes Hooding husk with zu ripply rlu-or Into cvqgy hare inlet :xml crm-ck and hay. Haig? gbx X. X, x gg' 9f?33'?.,1 X b , if H - W" 'W ffl if 5. " .X NQI 423 , A 1 " h 5 , I .,,f-3, A, , hw A Q Rdmblherlv ' 4 . ilfgrfggja -Q gqfvagff J O W v XX-x 1 '- 4 .li- ly l ,gif-7 ,fff , Adminisimcmtiom 4 4 A Q1 Our Trustee Mr. J. Hampton Reeves, our town- ship trustee, has proved himself to be an earnest and a consistent Worker in the cause of education. His sympa- thetic response to all needs of the school and his splendid spirit of co-op- eration are appreciated by school and community alike. Our Principal Mr. Goode has been our most faithful servant since he came to our school, as x principal, three years ao. In that time f ' we have had lots of fun as well as im- -3' proving our school life. His co-operation with us has made our Work easier and has enabled us to appreciate the value of a better understanding of those with Whom We work. at 'GPG' Tr. fggzg l ' -- F- '.s':.: x -Vx ' 2 H' in l ,-Ly n v '- aff: 1 , .', -1, 'X' . -a g 27' gl In vs I 1 'K If ,--,--5.94 1 T' I A I 7 N - ,- , X fvz -K, , f " , -7'-' 1920 lellr f - + M523 3 tt 'ff' rf'-M Q W +215 if.-if 'LE1'fL!3"'.?+f'? t Miss Ruschaupt came to Arlington High School after the term had started. She soon became acquainted with all of the students and has helped us to prove that life is not so bad after all. Mr. DeMunbrun first came to Arlington in 1919. The five years We have been in his classes have been pleasant and profitable. We hope that on-coming classes will come to know and respect him as have the out-going classes. When we return on our visits we hope to see him here. .1 Mrs. Woods is completing her first year as teacher in High School with us. We first learned to know her in the grades. Last year she was an assistant in the English Department of the Muncie Normal College. She has worked faithfully in helping us through our class play, chorus work and through the depths of Emerson and Shakes- peare. , 2 James L. Hyatt has been our athletic coach, and companlon for .'3?f'5g, ' . . . "'zQ?1Q,,. f four years. In that time he has coached our teams to many victories. 'E 1' Ng, X' 7 , . . . . . . M : X3 It's about time for baseball practice and going sw1mm1n', UJll'DlTll6lH ggrxs Q. FSA t . 'hw ff, . ' . ,meta .ff - , Q, F1 '- ,,'. A - x- , 1 rg gi-1 l gl ii! nv v l llj lyn' X2-,1' V-gywx-at he A K, Riminndblleirn W as t nr' v r +-ff.-za.-fi.:+1szsz'1Elfr3: ef-Ffgfff--ifesfcfisz-T +144 f-:fy-v lle-:sf..fgs1.-af--1: 'gal Miss Rigsbee is a graduate of Technical High School, Indian- apolis. Last year she was a member of the Carthage Faculty. This year she is teaching the fifth and sixth grades here. She has shown many good qualities and we hope that next year she will be still a member of the Faculty. Mrs. Cox is teaching grades three and four. This completes her second year on the Arlington Faculty. Mrs. Cox is not a stranger, as she taught here a few years ago. The school's interests are her inter- ests. This makes her a valuable member of the Faculty. Miss Addison was a graduate of A. H. S., in the class of 1906. She has taught in this school for several years. She has won the good will and admiration of all of her pupils. She helps the little folks get started on the road to be Seniors. Miss Allison is the head of the Kindergarten Department of the school. She graduated from A. H. S. in 1920. This is her third year as a teacher of this department. It is her task to get the little folks to enjoy themselves here so that their future school work may be , a pleasure. Miss Allison succeeds very nicely in doing this. flap. 'W f ei iiifflx t' Igfltzbyf it 'K 1- .M ll 1. 123, 31,12 ggpiyi ,fi bl . . 'AQ .5 ,gm f Zfi, fy- f fa zfff' 'S 1- . A, if logo .yi i I FW Write ' lirl 1't?ffEEEE1:a EE-EEQifiEIEi937iEi9i3?QfirEti fill? 1V5.EFlf-??l1554-1 -er.a'f' was .frtff are l'2'l HISTORY OF ARLINGTON HIGH SCHOOL The Arlington High School was accredited to do the full four years of work in 1905. The first class was graduated in 1906, just twenty years ago. At i that time there was need for more room. A new building was construcled three years later. HE school rooms during the Killian!! school year of 1908-1909 consisted of one large room tions. Up to 1905 all stu- -af divided by curtains for parti- 5 .. 4 dents wishing to complete high school were forced to leave the township. All of the district schools were well attended. Most of the pupils quit school upon comple- tion of the eighth grade. Today the school, is crowded somewhat the same as twenty years ago. More room is needed to provide for the expansion of the school program. This summer an addition will be built to provide the necessary room. The addition will contain a community hall, a li- brary room and three class rooms. It was the intention of the school officials at the time the present building was completed to retain the one-room schools. The community gradually saw the advantages of complete consolidation. The last two district schools were abandoned in 1924. This complete consolidation crowded the building beyond its capacity: hence the necessity for the proposed addition. During the last twenty years the school has been organized on the 8 4 plan, i. e., eight grades making up the elementary grades, and the four upper grades constituting the high isfactory arrangement. The result is the 6-0 plan. The leading educators over tie country have accepted this new arrangement as being superior to the old 8-4 plan. It is now being generally adopted. The State Department of Inspection has approved the Arlington school for this year for a commission under the 6-6 plan. Commercial work was not offered during this school year. Because of the high cost for instruction, brought about by the limited num- ber that can be enrolled in the course, this special work will be offered only on alternate years. There is an increasing demand for per- sons trained in commercial subjects. After checking over the vocations of the graduates from here, it was found that a large per cent of these students continue this work when they leave school, thereby justifying a continuance of this department. It is hoped that plans can be formulated for more extensive work in agriculture, manual training and home economics after the comple- tion of the addition to the building. Since this is primarily an agricultural community, and our boys and girls will be called upon to operate the farms left by their parents, the responsibil- ity falls upon the school officials to furnish a more extensive program in subjects that will fit these young folks for their life work in JQ5' . fe. Eng ,F . - f X r I X . A ' 1 H, 3, 1 . . 3i'fJ9,Qgg?,g S school. In recent years much research work has been done in an efifort to find a more sat- Posey township. , H X. f'?f"tf1:'gi.?. 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Loxu-ll liillvr, livryl XX'ivlw1', ll2lj'IllUllll Ux'l'1'ln-1'sl'. Third ll'llXYff.IUNQ-'PII Mm'l'ny. Lua-ilo Sigh, Le-um lkitlvr, H2ll'U11l Mulfzrlrim I"nurth Huw---.Iolm Gmnlv. Stzlnlvy XYilIiz1ms, Ml-4. XYumlQ, liflitur-in-Chivf .Xssisizml liditnzr Ilvsincss Mzmzxgcr .Mlx'0r1isil1g5 xl1lllllQ0l' , - .-N ssistzmt .-Xclvcrtisillgr KIZIIIZIQICI' fDI'j.fLl11iZlIl:Ull liditor .Ml1I0tic liditur C2ll'UlUlliSf - . Czmlcmlnr ,luke lfclitur Suuicty liclitor l"zncuIt5 fXmlx'ism' l:2LL'llIlj' HllSil1L'Sri Klilllllgfl' Staj Officers ffl Q , ff cf' 0- Luv. Stanley Willizmms I,L'ul11 RiilCT - Lowvll Rittcl' RIIXINUIICI Uvcrlm'Cs0 Mary lg1lIllI'idj.fC - Virgil Ronan Iizxrold x1CFZlfYid1.fC DIUSCIJIT McCoy Ruth Ramsey Beryl NVickcr Lucilm- Nigh ,, Mrs, XfVo0ds ' ,lohu Gouda' . - 43, - f sr 5' :-QQ? .J 7" - "7"'17 H 11920 A -rfwlz L L A . , .4 . ' .Asif ,4l,,w-v ,hui -m 9-c.,,e, A- wr 1-pviqvw., ,r ,w'p. , . , Y 3, 351, A - 1,5MR,,..,,: V, Q i 5' n- 1 7' . 1 , 53, 11 , 5. R, in V , A ia 'QF 'f 1 i K 'BM Q, -L 3!Q5,f,W 1: r f ' si ft 1 STANLEY WILLIAMS - "RADIO" .,l , Attended Common School at Shelbyville and Homer. ' , Attended High School at Manilla and Arlington. ' Sir 4Archibald Craven in "The Gypsy Rover." Bert Allisongin "His Uncle John." John Erwin in 'fContrary Mary." Editor-in-Chief of Rambler. A 1 LOWELL RITTER -l "MARTi' Attended Common School at Orange and-" Arlington. - Attended High School at Arlington. Class Secretary and Treasurer 1923. Class Secretary and Treasurer 1924. Class President 1925. Class President 1926 Business Manager of Rambler '26, Rob in "Gypsy Rover." ' Frank Warner in "Contrary Mary." g L! ea A sv Y! af J. JL .tt 3 ni vi o K . f ,':4"z , 4 'tfifffe .v1.,1,Qr . .V ., iris: 1 tfvesrfsf. X um ff- Y , s:,1Q 1" . gf.,- -qy sr, 1 ' ,gi '.,t,45.' 2 A, it .ggi 12, I , N f,l ll, Vg. 1.3 'LW gm, 7, " f i ,f .Q .A 3 . S s q, v Ng " H tig J,,,M ,. F Q. g T5 ' M Q . Q.. . n U . 4. , A. ,Y 6 . A lv. .tn . A wg. X J . as k v f I ' fi f av . ' , r '. 15" Q Y: , . 'L if A wir. -. - 5 O . x, Q Y 's I --Q' . ad!-.sg 4 31.9 2 N c 1 - ' V . ' 4 .fi - : 'fi -.L , av 3 . .eq v' X . ts RUTH RAMSEY -- HRUTHIEH , i Attended :Common School at No. 9, Rush Countyg Washington County and No. l, ' Shelby County. . Attended High School at Arlington. C Member of Glee Club '25, ' Calendar Editor for Rambler. Meg in "The Gypsy Rover." ,gg Teresa Murphy in "Contrary Mary." - . A i , r -t VIRGIIQ c. RONAN -' "PUD" 'A X Atnended Common School at Arlington. Attsnded High School at Arlington. I ' "ri organization Editor of Rambler '26, Mr.-- Fairfield-Fairfield Stevens in "Contrary ,Mary.y! LUCILE NIGHT - "PERCILE"' h ' . I ' gl ' Attended Common School at iGwynneville and. 5 . 'W' Arlington. 5 ' 1 I Attended High School at Arlington. Member of Basketball Team of '24, '25, Q Member-of Glee Club '22, '23, '24, '25, ' xiii ' Vice-President of,Class '25l ik. Secretary and Treasurer of Clals '25. Q Treasurer of Class '26. Society Editor of Rambler. Off Miss Jones in "Contrary Mary." ' V F sl QW . sv.. Q is . . ' 955 me-L aqixl -if, ,144 ,- 17 f 2"fAf7Z?' ff 7f Y' 1 , Q .I , V 5.1.13 if . -V - ggi- -,kia ' 'X 'fnlf' A ein? . I if-:Q ' .. 3 , 'Psi ., ' if " ' ' 4-5 . ' Gnd N I ' ' far. 'a . 'Q' , ff 5 --f"Vf",- 1 . 1 Wil' 'ff -' cj 'M w3n. '5'5. -197' I' ' ' , - ' 11 ,mi , V., I ,L Xa . 7 V . V 5, , N vlvV.,:.p? fi' gf, 1' 5 - L T U , , A 5 - " ' ' P ' ,F 4. + . ,.:lg:Qfr?1f:.s-,,5. . L- v K I is N HAROLD McFATRIDGE -- "FAT" Attended Common School at Arlington. Attended High School at Ar ingfgon. 59 Chorus in "Polished Pebbles" '23. i . , . 4' i. 1 - i i 2? Member of Basketball Team '24, '25, V Member of Basketball Team '25, '26, K3 Athletic Editor of Rambler. Sir George Martindafe in "The Gypsy Rover." i ft' Mr. Trowbridge in "Contrary Mary." H. HBERYL WICKER - "BILL" Q 2.1 A Attended Common School at No. 1, Shelby . .F :. ,qt County. ' Attended High, School at Manilla and Arlington. - Member of Chorus in "The Gypsy Rover." ft V Barbara .Drew in "Contrary Mary." -.-'1 joke Editor for Rambler. 'S 2 4, JOSEPH A. MCCOY - "MAC" Attended Common School at Arlington. Attended High School at Arlington. ' , Y- Vice-President of Class of '23. ' Member of High School Orchestra '23. Cartoonist for Rambler. A Capt. Jerome in "The Gypsy Rover." . X 1. L31 ,. . ul '..ei.i-' t Y X5 Second drayman in "Contrary Mary." fi ' ' r i F' T MW . 1 'ii iii e -H ,-11. - J. .lgggx-:,.g,"- 'EC ' .. ."- 1 I, s , 7.ilw.f?? im , . V X ' qv Zxyijfrv 'iq 2 The T emi.. 7 . g -Rambler e 'ef , 4 i . . veils.. Y fit.-1 it fe ,, -. 4- . l . . . , . .- A . f Q U C Y. ,v. , rw 4 H h nf , W , , 1 . . .L , , a ,, 1 Ve V . , ,, 'gs' QR , H , 1 ,v x I 2' LEOTA RITTER - f-LEoT". N Attended Common School at Orange Arlington. Attended High School at Arlington. Member of Glee Club '22, '23, '24, 25. - and Chorus "Gypsy Rover." Jund in "Contrary Mary." Joke Editor '24, '25, l Secretary of Class '25 and '26, Assistant Editor-in-Chief of Rambler. l , l . RAYMOND OVERLEESE -"RAYM11-2" N Attended High School at Arlington. Advertising Manager of Rambler. Marto in "Gypsy Rover." ' ' ' First drayman in- "Contrary Mary." ' 'fi Attended Common School at Arlington. Attended High School at Arlington. President of Class '23, '24, Vice-President of Class '25, '26.i A P Member of Orchestra '23, '24, '2S. chorus "Polished Pebbles" '2s. '-r'i?iiiFr . Attended Common School at Arlingtoni MARY BALDRIDGE - "FATIE" ' .ll NAL. 6, ' iflilff Page A-,F 1 ,KV W tm Ll 2,513 ,ir V 1.73 I 43 . :sa KL, ti. ff .al Q nf we ,, ff :fi . ,. y A A+. 5 , - i 'f .r W. f-.J 4 vt, . 5 1 E tl A ff .fat lax M' if I 1 Q1 S if it . ,iv 1 Assistant Advertising Manager of Rambler. - Chorus in "The Gypsy Rover." Mary in "Contrary Mary." ' 95' zz F rf' I R Gzlfrszi-an 1 'se' 5 W quasi X 4, ff! xv.- ? f 7 MZ' ff s 17' . til 1 W. , gqfv.. 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President - Vice-President Class Ojicers Secretary - Treasurer Class Editor - ,luke Editor - Class Sponsor llermun Bundy Florence Houston Merle Kemplc' Miriam VVOorls I He' ,W ev - Helen Collins "Srl - Nliss Rusclmupl 'Q CLASS COLORS--Red and Wllifl' CLASS Fl,CJVVER-fXlll6l'lCHll Beauty Rose CLASS MOTTO "UT" A . f " ff' 4-i 0 .i'-im!-,ef figgq 51? .imp ' ' , -' ,',r-avg r' N i nu . -, ,A pf ' ' , , 4 , 47? 0 f fi? 'fy iz. f M3526 UGG yi-u JUNIOR SNAPS , .x..xx.. xx.x ,....,.x,. . ,,x..E2fQf ....,...x... JM-W XQH-fa'-IQ ...- - N-.EK rg arg--, 1.1! -I' ,r' I . I -Q S2-'ZW - + P+2S fb+--1+- -Vw-fra -f+12Q1+2f1H-23 SOPHOMORE CLASS l+'ir4l lluw- Viraril Vpllillllili, Roy Ku-nm-ely, Vivian N4n'tl1:1m, Phyllis Nnhlv. Sem-und liuwwliutlxryn Alurslmll. .Inlm Iizx1'm11'ml. liutlx Stout, T. S. Mm-y. vw- lhnwl Row---l4I:1l'l Slm-4-th. l'zu1l lllillvr, .lulm lvlvllzmivl, Jzum-s l,. llyallt. l'rcsiclvnt - - - - - X'lCC-I,l'CSlfll'llt Secretary - Tre Class liclitor ,loke Editor Class Sponsor llSlll'0l' - Class Ojicers ,lolm McDaniel Vivian N0l'tll1lll1 - - 8 Katlmryn Mzlrslmll Kathryll Marshall james l.. Hyatt CLASS COLORS-Blue and Gold Cl..-XSS IPLOXVER-Pansy CLASS MOTTO-Semper Paratus -Jff. .7 Z ' - Paul Miller Qing QE? fflf CD 1926 , 1'-'Img is ' " fig- V ' . 1 Q :ig :El ly ,.-. ' .y .A V ll ? -5, fl Ng Q? , x r? lu' il I w. ' ?i!?7f1., -ll? ' .. ....,,.... 2 SoPHoMoRE SNAPs JMR X J!- an-J ' ...f G-if ...r. wg' , . fQ1y ++- -4+ -aw. -4+ -5+ ++ Vw - +4-4+ --w-+++ 4+---r we w -+4444 44.44 E1 FRESHMAN CLASS First liow-ldvolyn XYim'lu-V, I.z1x'zxuf.fIm Rysv, l,zu'01'1w Iluuwlmm 1'-url l"u'w1-in, Alan-.imwiv Mzxvy, 3l:11'g'llv1'ite Addison. Sm-mul H'UXYf-l3ill'l'4'l Ntbllilllh Iluxvzlrml 'l'l'ilb1l0Y, l'l1zu'lu1l1- 121-Qtm-llim-, llmydmy Alulfntl-iq f'llZlI'l0S Privv. 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XVz1lle-1' IQUIIIICIIX, I-'Hulk Yu lgw' 11np.:', I"l'2lIlli 'l'1-ihlwv. l'rs'simla-111 - viCL'-l,l'CSiilC1l Class Editor Alukv Editor Class Spuusm Class Ojicers l':YUlj'l1 NYivkc'1' I - Ru, SL-crctury - 'l'1'c:1s1x1'cr C CIUXSS L'Ol.URS--l'urplC and XVhitc CLASS FLOXYICR ---- Violet 'fslwv l"zu'luw Mzn'jm'1c Blum' 2ll'gl101'ilC .Mldis 2ll'.QllCl'il0 .Xclrlis Ull O11 ml lun Lillzlrlcs llc' M1 V L'l.:'XSS KIU'l"l'O-"U11il1'4l NVQ Stand, Ilivirluml XYC Full" Z' fa ,- , rf A-,v ,fyff f ink , ,M 'B 4.5 Q1 ,aw 132 QP mmfwvf ,ff gf' I 'jay q Y 1, Wx 7' 'c A ik 4 "ISI, 9 , - 15, ng' na, y gl 5-.A hx 5' -'X ' A 'K' -. . x K. f,,, A 2,3 - 5 OJ 1926 Q Q, M1 ' Y--'1 -x Q IQ, V W -232741 Zfffff' ',:,,gQ5, , ,.,myk,,,f,1 f'N 0 ev 'QL ' yum .. ., ,.,.,. ,,x....1x -,-1x... . ...A x - wx-A J J!-13 XJ!-'01-I lil HEEIYHSILSIEIKZIEIIH E fm 6 3 HTH ex vrH GRADFS Ohh! NJMQ-'AX , ,xx,,x., i ..x..xxx nl X E kai l ..,. - S X Lf' ' .13 . 'H' ' . '-nw-ss . -4 ,,.f-,mfs ,,E?'?sm A ' Q 4 i , r '1 2 sf G 3, .Q -ev si S rl A if + E .. fi' fi Jil ,, fl v N l I is 4-f fi si f -L ,pl ,..'y, A E is :lf gi t .41 First Row-Marshall Gardner, Eileen Macy, Evelyn Kemple, Wilna Woods, Joy Downey, Merle Stout. Second Row-Crystal Macy, Alta Addison, Cyrus Winkler, Fred Thomas, Marguerite Mc- Daniel. Helen Copher. Third Row-Erwin Brown. Howard Bogue, Clyde Rucker, Dorothy Stewart, Emerson Itce, Margaret McDaniel, Clarence Gahlmer. LeRoy Moore, James L. Hyatt. Class Ojicers President - .-.- - Merle Stout Vice-President - - Evelyn Kemple Secretary-Treasurer - Eileen Macy Class Editor - - Wilna Woods Joke Editor Marshall Gardner Class Sponsor James L. Hyatt l CLASS COLORS-Old Rose and Silver 1 CLASS FLOWER-Violets CLASS MOTTO-Success Is Our Goal First Row-Paul Sharpe, Max Williamson, Constance Pierce, Marjorie Tribbey, Samuel Webster, Kendrich Meyer. Second Row-Florlne Sharpe, Vera Hauk, Helen Long, Evelyn Hufferd, Mary Marshall, , Mary Bitner. Third Row--Verrollton Shaul, Franklin Addison, Ralph Stout, Howard Earnest, Miss Ruschauvt. - Fourth Row-Paul Rlddlen, Orville Brewsaugh, Ora Addison. Class Ojicers President - - Howard Earnest Vice-President - Franklin Addison Q Secretary -Treasurer - Mary Marshall 1 'll I, i I l ,."srYx!9'fQ3' Joke Ednor - Mary Marshall , ., W... l ' ,J Class Sponsor Miss Ruschaupt 'i3'.Jm9qff4!i I s 1Q'v'g,-' V 'v 7.'-, fig.:-n nnlI'hl5 ,.. Q iff5:s'eif'e"?'sa.f9?far,. .Z-33293.11 gi' I "" ' -fsyxgif-4. 5.266 V 3 .N rw -5 ' .'it?ff"' r 3. f.. 4151?-"il 'Mn 'AQ 'Q' . -Ya lifom fe - 9' fb- so rf -37 'Arsxss f 1"',1f'-ig ff, , Crue- fe, A dmbler K f 2.5. ' U- HR, F? 'l -, f '- .- . ' ' A 1' , 1736 f " L x r C L x., I I A 'N , gm. 4: I N , K ' --- w'-.T"- 'l , - - Y W ' - Z A , ill?" . JF, 1 V I Activities 5 -1 I +1-++ --2-4-Q ,view fear frail exif Page be-+41frii-5lIE1?3f?+:'3?-'FH rifle Girl? ??f5g2-1 EEEEENEEEEEE E El Z 1 X! "THE GYPSY ROVER" H E E L MWNWMWEEEEEEE!!EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE x ri HE High School Chorus was organized at the beginning of the school year of 1925-1926 and gave early evidence of its talent and ability by successfully presenting the operatta, "The Gypsy Rover," a romantic musical com- edy, on November 19. The story is concerned with a gypsy band in England. Rob, the supposed son of the gypsies Meg and Marto, is really the heir of a noble house, stolen in his infancy by Meg for revenge, and growing to manhood among the gypsies. He meets and falls in love with the Lady Constance, daughter of Sir George Mar- tendale, and fiancee of Lord Craven. She returns his love and they plan to elope. Their plans are overheard, however, and Rob is captured and thrown into prison, from which he later escapes. af of ty A www, . tact, The play included all members of the High School. The character of Rob was ably presented by Lowell Ritter, Lady Constance by Mir- iam Woods, Nina, her sister, Evelyn Wicker, Sir George, Harold Mc- Fatridge, Lord Craven, Stanley Williams, Meg and Marto, Ruth Ramsay and Raymond Overleese, Zara and Sinfo, Helen Collins and John McDaniel, Captain Jerome, Sir Toby Lyon, and McCorkle by Joseph McCoy, Herman Bundy and Hugh Kennedy, the six gypsy children, Carl Carwein, Lavern Houston, Graydon McFatridge, Wilna Woods, Eileen Macy and Evelyn Kemple. The members of the High School Chorus appreciate very much the patronage of the community and the warm reception which they ac corded the play. W 5363? Q ,Jill as 21211191 32 R' 1' 3fiQ,?g S. f f" A f ff? gr 17- f of 19126 'VN' ' Q Q Y W Q 3 W 4 B111 Z VA? 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The interest of the play centers around a young bride, "Contrary Mary," and her efforts to rec- oncile her independent spirit with her love for her husband, who is very obtuse regarding money matters. There is a second love affair running through the play, while the element of comedy is furnished by an Irish cook, a Swedish janitress, an offended dressmaker, and two lively dray- men. The cast of characters is as follows: A .,' --I nTAt'RffS'l K x W , wt . if U f, Cpu gait f 4' Ao John Erwin, a successful business man Stanley Williams Frank Warner, his friend, a lawyer Lowell Ritter Mr. Trowbridge, Mary's father - Harold McFatridge Mr. Fairfield - Fairfield Stevens, a beau - - Virgil Ronan Draymen - - A Raymond Ovherleese and Joseph McCoy Mary Erwin, the bride ---- Mary Baldridge Barbara Drew, Maryls friend - Beryl Wicker Theresa Murphy, 'a privileged cook Ruth Ramsey Juno Jergerson, a Swedish janitress Leota Ritter ,A Miss Jones, a dressmaker - Y Lucile Nigh B , A of? ' 7- ff' fi"f loan ' ' '+ ++'4'- "W "'4" ++41' 0131. First Row: Mz1l',im'ie Macy, Marguerite McDaniel, Evelyn XViCk01', Charlotte Pasterlinv, Lztvonne Rysv. Se-vom! Row: Furl Uztrwt-in, llownrll I-lziywooii, llowaril 'l'1'iblxey, llermaxn liumly, Mrs. Lettie NYooflS, Laverne Houston. Primus Latin Club The Latin students of 1925- 26 organized a Latin Club under the direction of Mrs. Woods, at the beginning of the school. At the first 1 meeting Herman Bundy was elected president, Evelyn Wicker, vice- president, and Marguerite Addison, secretary-trearurer. The name, "Primus Latin Club," was the name given to our organization. The motto chosen was "Semper Paratusf' The meetings are held the last Friday of each month. The programs consist of readings on the life of the Romans, Latin picture slides, and contests or games relating to Latin. We, the charter members, hope to see this organization continued V ,K 5,5 - e, wi ,mf from year to year. 24-'aifwfr' e li f CH 1 Ilyfi' "lY'Zi'll,1 'WE 'M .- 'f'l?5,Fa rg is JF X lm-Wi ,QW i ff ' il ' if -sf' .," " 'vwxx-':x , ' XX ll'llmG? A N--X, Rcmrnlblein T T 'X is 3 ,,,,j.f.g.:i,i.g:fr .Q prggs vz ssrggjf fzssieffssraf fsfzr 4--1:1-+4 xii-'W JH Q-.4- 'Eli First Row: liavzluglin Ryse, Marguerite Addison, Hazel Ruschaupt, Evelyn WVicker, Charlotte t'aste1'line. Second Row: Marjorie lllacy, Phyllis Noble, Viviun Ntllfllillll, Kathryn Marshall, tllutli Sloutgzibscntl Domestic Science Club A The Home Economics Department is an established part of the school curriculum. The work emphasizes "The relation of home economics instruction to healthful living, thrift and community ser- vicef' The aims of the course can best be stated in quotations: l. 'CTO give every girl a well rounded idea of the many things contributing to a worthy home-makerf' 2. Not only to help the girl when she is in school, but also "To help the girl when she must leave school, to live her daily life more wisely there, and to find her place in the working world." The girls use keen interest in this work. They have an opportunity to learn the principles of cooking, household management, marketing QQ sewing, applied art, costume designing, interior decorating, and etc. T sim J if . b- ,JIIZ-IM Class Motto: 'tUse your head and save your heels? - 3 '? S51 4 f 1 ' Q R , i 1? ' f iff e TI, ff? e, l W Ph: Q, rf, c.9:cgf:4 + "f -+221 + "+'r::,sQ:u f1 ber 1ffsfcE1.+ 4fEis-4 'bf-'34 -W4 .r+'l4' re if Limericks 'fits ,-'Ty ws. - waz y A certain young lawyer named Bert Had a great disposition to Hirt, He squeezed girls so tight That such was his plight He burst out the sleeves in his shirt. There was a young farmer named River, Who thought he could manage a flivver He was flying almost When the car hit a post And all that they found of him was his liver. There was a small urchin named Ted Whose mother had sent him to bed. When he did arise To his great surprise She had fixed him some jelly and bread. I know an old man named Hood, Who wondered if alcohol would Relieve him of his ills, So he drank a few gills And decided that alcohol wood. There were two young men from Alaska, Whose wives they named Ruth and jamasca: -f. s - They took their fair dames, is :Egg In search of great fame And now they all live in Nebraska. 5:-" - iegfgpff 5? gi if . frm A -lf' ' ? l IRQ CTMQ T , XR, c X A Rambler T4 f' i 3. fe-+V '-5971. -311 544, f' f1+3L!'ff2eQf1 ff :?f?Qf5ffQlQE?V5f59:?'rif Ts-'J' fi: 'N 5' 4 lfi' J ' 4 wp me e Hbiqel- 4- F H4 z-page - Q viriqel' -lr - " 4-rv er 'Libs-f 3: I The Senior Class cordially invited the community to attend a Weiner roast and marshmallow toast at Offutls gravel pit, Sep- tember 25, 1925. The Class appreciated the help of everyone there, which gave them a start for their coming year. The High School Chorus gave an operatta entitled "The Gypsy Rover," at the Gym, November 19, 1925. The Chorus was very much pleased to see the large audience that greeted them. The audience not only enjoyed the operatta, but also the entertainment between acts. Marshall Gardner gave two readings, and the third would have been appreciated. A trombone solo was given by Frank Tribbey, accompanied by Miss Piersol, our County Music Supervisor. Miss Alice Piersol, our County Music Supervisor, also fav- ored us with selections on the piano. Who said we cou1dn't put on an operatta? On December 22, 1925, the Primus Latin Club had a holi- day party at the home of Mrs. Woods. Various games were played and then refreshments were served. The party ended with an old-fashioned sleigh ride. Everyone reported an enjoyable time. The pupils and teachers of the High School drew names for Chrstmas gifts a few days before Christmas. On Thursday, De- cember 24, a box was provided for the gifts to be placed in, and then the gifts were given out by Mr. Goode, Mr. Hyatt and Mr. Demunbrun. After the gifts were distributed we were entertained with pictures on "Yellowstone National Park." On dismissal we were treated by the teachers with apples. On February 22, a party of students from the High School, accompanied by Mrs. Woods, attended the motion picture play of George Eliot's "Romala," which was given at the Princess Theatre in Rushville. Credit for outside reading was given on a review of the play. I English Seven held a Valentine party, February 12, 1926, sponsored by Miss Ruschaupt. The curiosity of everyone was ,iff vb- . T- 1' . ,ga -I1 Sociezyf fi -ek 'W 6 isis? 3 arfflnzli A 'vlictfc 'Z 1 li- ' Q5 1 ,LQ fi' A ' .. I. ,, L A ,V-'C' I fffeva. f 72? ir' f of B llliiil lb il we- TV15 fs- 1--if? ff? E -Sl lllll ll ill' flllf,f" " it :Q-lm' Soeieljf .ay fs, I K mlvym, Ewa 5,ar 8' eg X. Y 4 E W,- G.. aroused by the sight of a gaily decorated box placed on the desk. Several students were seen to haunt this room before the party who quietly slipped some mysterious loosing objec,s into this bright box. The great moment came when the valentines were distrib- uted to the members of the party. These were often accompan- ied by furious blushes of some of the pupils, especially when some of the other members spied the message or signature. Everyone was in a happy mood and all entered into the spirit of the games. Rivalry was very keen in confusing the "blindfolded" member so the target would be entirely missed, and then hilarity broke all bounds. The Primus Club held its last regular meeting in the school building on Saturday night, April 10. Each member had invited one guest, and members and guests were entertained with a three- course dinner. With the president of the club, Herman Bundy, acting as toastmaster, each member gave a short after-dinner speech on the general subject, 'fThe Relation of Latin to Practical Lifef' Marguerite Addison, secretary-treasurer, gave a short history of the club. The organization then presented the school with a framed picture of 'fThe Roman Chariot Race." When dinner was over, everyone was directed to go to the hall on the upper floor, where the club members presented an original play, "A Roman School Room," and sang some Latin songs. The remainder of the evening was spent in social games. The Primus Latin Club has been one of the live school or- ganizations this term, and its members hope to continue it in the future. The Junior-Senior reception was held April 17, at the High School building. The Juniors entertained the Seniors and the Faculty, and Mr. and Mrs. Reeves. The Assembly' Hall was prettily decorated with Wild flowers and the Senior clss colors, Silver and Blue. The "Funeral," a stunt on the program, pro- vided by the entertaining Juniors, was greatly enjoyed by the Seniors. The "Track Meet," another stunt, was a decided suc- cess also. Good music was enjoyed throughout the evening. In- teresting toasts were given by class members and by some of the Faculty members. in A 1'?-,WXH " A v iii,- ag., .i Amf, may f . gtg ,H '1 .7 KV M X21 t mrs' v, ill h .rn ,gas ,fy It 1, av-' 71",:-.uyffliqgq z- 'A egg, -,, 3 --T -. FJ - I f .. ,XA P iv 6 ,1-,Hg 'gow gm- ' 7 " z Cline " Ratrrrlblfere ,- Vx H i TNQ-X, , , x Y V47 S ru v nfism H .:.sv':gg?57,7???3?y,5+Qy5gfgQ,3,r3-,Qrf: gm - - ' ' rg' 1 A I X Ayn: iv ,N . , pri. -',vnlgwfgyfrgasgf1.3a-f,Q'1:-3:fv,?Q,,f .f I v I N r O , J f X 'N ur rf 3 xff E.. 8 , Q xx , 17, . x U X , ,Ml h I 3 W NV w 1 , . Rc. ' -f A . . I U A , . - 14"- ! -"' A Y Q -1 gn- r 1' Athletics 'W M, X w v aj? iff. 'fjiffaqw ,Nz Q 1 y J... 9 5 x . M44 2.2. . ,I r cf' idx . 'W -., 5 - gif, . 4 .-QA, 1- . ,Jn A 5, 'L f X., . Ma '4 'fiwgrw V +2 1 lf-1 fr-+1-Y. 'fl-'Af .zfffw '24-fg, Pflff fp+z1+ff+fl+1..:rf1e .31',1tf,:ftl-f.1'l,:?1+ fr-fxfjfrxr -+1--91:5-ftf' ffi'fi 1 -Cel JAMES L. HYATT GRADUATED from Milroy High School, 1917. Attended Earlham College, '18, '20, '21. Coach- ed Westlake High School, Westlake, Louisiana, in 1921. Coached Arlington High School, '22 - '26. Mr. Hyatt has put forth his best efforts in order . to make a team even more effective than the year before. And also to put Arlington in front of all county teams. Here is the proof: Year Won 1923 1 1 1924 6 1925 15 1926 12 We appreciate the attitude Mr. Hyatt has shown in the interests of the school. Here's to you, "Jimmie," for success. This season, the basketball squad seemed to offer plenty of material for a winning team. Soon after the team was organized Weldon Stanley, back guard, left school, and a new man had td be found. Miller, a sophomore, was tried and he proved to be one of the best men for the place that we Lost 11 16 10 10 have ever had. Joseph Readle, after a few games, became ill and has had to stay out of school for the rest of the year. The boys had been depending on "Red" and "Beef'l to help them win games, but when they had to iight for themselves they proved that they could be one of the best teams in the county. Only one of the team grad- uates, so next year a real team may be expected. 'W am -V -gpg-,. , -x .ff I Lfigjkf? - 44- - -34+ - - if -Y "32'7A+4 -f - -sv 454' 5537 --:J37"7a:l3f'H-54' :s WW' Ti M View 5"ul3l' iii' K ' gig I Q as lie.. I 1' K fo-all , . . K4 V . 242494. ' , VM U . la I,vQ3"l: ?.':Z.':.9,'?g1-'vfg ,g f fi' H 'fra 3 fin Ab! 'Al .I fgizlli I ,f l l fav x M-.,: 5- you CIFIHQ j 2149 Herman "Boobi' Bundy played his second year as a regular, mak- ing the all-county team. He is a dependable player and was captain of this year's squad. "Boob" has one more year, and his experience should make him valuable. Hugh Kennedy was high point man, with a total of 315 points. The opposing teams were always closely guarding him, but, Hugh came through with more thanihis share of points. He, too, will be on next year to give the opponents plenty of Worry. Here's to you, Hugh. Paul "Shorty" -Miller is our big Sophomore back guard. He cer- tainly was a Wall of defense. At center he always got the tip-off, and with another year's experience he will make the best back guard the Purple and White ever had. john 'fjohnnyl' McDaniel, although a sub, helped the team out of many a tight squeeze and made victory possible. Next year, watch out for Ujohnnyf' A fz.-3,7 ip 1 YK, W Ratimlalein 'R Z i S , .1179-.'?':? i'4'1L,.."3fL.'. A, 'iff -243 1.4. ,I 45. " -W B -1+ f f ' 4 N -ffl 1' P ' -f new as:-favfffffffrffifve-fe 1 + A e S he ew Harold "Fat" McFatridge is the only player lost by graduation. He was a forward that came through with the points when they were needed. He was especially hard to guard, clever in dribbling and handling the ball. Welll miss you, "Fat" Marlin 'tDing,' Sharpe-one of those red-headed players that are always good. It made no difference how exciting the game, "Ding" was always there with the goods. Great things from you next year, t4Ding,H Merle "Shorty,' Kemple, true to his name, but filled in very nice- ly for Readle, who went out due to illness. "Shorty" could always be depended upon for a score, and when it came to covering the floor, he was there with the goods. Next year we'l1 have a star. Cedric "Cessie" Carwein, one of the subs, but could be depended upon for a field goal as Well as his free throws. 4'Cessie'l should make some of those regulars step for position next year. 1105 "7 Pqglxli p 221 ,fd flll A as LQ 'l'i't1'n fi ' ' . , .. Egg sg -55.5 i 2 ss. is-,sf---Q., AQ ' ,Y si, i 1 i 'Tfvf ...,.:+.f , 5 , , - -wp-v , a.t...., jr I. 4 REGULAR SCORES Arlington ...F.-- ....... 36 Center ...,.............. .. 17 Arlington ....... - .... ... 26 I. S. S. O. Home 54 Arlington ............ .. 28 Carthage ...- .......... -. 25 Arlington ....... ..... 1 19 New Salem ............ 7 Arlington ...- ..,........ 32 Moscow .......,.. .... . 15 Arlington ..............,. 35 Webb ....... ........ 3 4 Arlington .........,...... 36 Manilla ........ ......... 3 3 Arlington .....,. ........ 3 7 Milroy ...........,.,...... 45 Arlington ...,.... ....... 3 4 Sulphur Springs .... 21 Arlingtbn ........... -... ss Raleigh ...............,... . 37 Arlington ....... - ....... 23 Morristown ..,......... 43 Arlington ................ 36 New Salem ............ 12 Arlington ........... , .... 28 Moscow ...- .......... 30 Arlington .........,...... 37 Morristown ............ 60 Arlington ...- ....,...... 63 Sulphur Springs 20 Arlington ................ 25 Milroy ............... 1 -..-. 37 Arlington ................ 27 Webb ....... ....,. 1 9 Arlington .......,........ 31 Raleigh ........ -..-... 37 'Arlington ................ 30 Manilla ........ ......... 2 7 Arlington ...C ........... 17 Carthage ......,..... 41 Rush County Tourney Arlington ...,............ 20 Milroy ........ ........ 3 1 Sectional Toumey Arlington ................ 15 Manilla ......., ........ 2 5 Kennedy ........,........ 147 21 Readle. ...... - ...... McFatridge Kemple ......,...... B un dy ........ Sharpe ....... ,flmgzqitr i CPM Yi'f'Z?.n, McDaniel "F fwqq. s 'WN 'H' 12 " igfxu X v. 4 ," -'I 'in I ' .. ., .- if M 0-ujpyrf 1 ,, 1 3 5 " 11651-Q .-X' I V 7H3,.'h -. f J: .1 .?'ffT3"1'f'-"'--1'- - gs. --4.1,-. ,Hi kg. 4fgI?i'i!: ",,:1.'E' 1557: - N ,va-,-,Jr . ....,,p" ' .,,1.,i,L ,vvfh I ,q X .Q 1.3, 1,1 273.4 ., g , f- 1 dy,-P .i,.',u,x:f xy :""gf'w - A If ,, v . K ,, - 4 .. , 5 ,. -1 f f s- 14. as iw t -1 A A . -'W 1-'11 A f 7 7,1 iii '17 If 7' Carwein ........ Miller ............ Individual Scores Field Goals Foul Goals Total 315 36 14 86 31 24 86 38 7 83 25 19 69 15 4 34 5 0 10 1 1 3 0 0 0 The 7 'ex-W, C , ,swf . Rambler 8' '-123' , . ,J by . -,,.f ,R 'xS,,, Z 5 'Eiuz:.'1::'1 '1.::m 'mwlfrzzzrn 5122232213231 " 1' 3-'BIII1 131 1.116 If M- , -,,--- :- scufauisgig -E,-71? Seffflmb 99 oo ' Quad i- ..sY ALG Q MDUYNL -' HOME-FCINK Se -f 7 fp A111101 5 U OCT f' 1' E':2ft-,'.i.-: I I I I Jfns. A, Macy. ass. 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For X1-'1nsVAcA1'foN. - l - i - - I Q - - is-E Sch-w75::'1 HIE- H-we EEE ii- 11- r L-1 -ii ' .Lpec.g.4, X E 13- jiAcLf'fl4MEfgs. -- 1-3: -1.2-i:-T ' " 'i:1t.fk lE1i w 1 a4"l qu- " - 1 an A 5: 1: -- -'E 1.- E: 5 U2s.A.MCCy -,E'i,.s1- Semesfm- EXAMS Dec,2,2-23 Nm: 5---Xliss lfzitic :iiiiimnicccl hor clv- Dec, l -ficogrzipliy clztss czmiiut elm-ciili' pzii'ti1i'c lfriclziy. lt zitlcvtccl thc DO- whore frost lights first: mi thc hill iiivstic Sciciicc Ulziss worst ufztll, NYC top or iii thc valley? 'l'lw fzirt is wt-rc :ill sorry that shc hzul to leave. that they tlmi't know. Nm: lfi- Nlmitlzix' is El rom' tiiiic for tests llvc. 'I--littciwstiiig l'livsiuloQx' tivclzty. . l . . . hut 1it'x'ci'tltclt'ss wc' :irc fzlvrvrvcl with Mr. lJChllll1l7t'l1ll sziys im mic ruiilrl zi fvw. Klorc 1mt':ia'tit'c on "The tiyp- cluiit thtir wiiiclpipcs, if they ctwiilcl hit si RlTX'0l',U thc High Sttliool CJIJCIV tht-iii, :incl tli0y't'c not irmi citlivr. cttzi. ,, . , IR-C. ltl-l.owcll :mtl X ivizxii ltmckt-tl iii tht Nov. IS-fsllclcii Collins thinks .'Xt'liiig- Lilvrziry :it mimi tmlziy. llwt llziwgf tiiii hats swim- rzihhit liiiiitvrs lic-vzitist' Mr. ll5.itt thought lu- lizul it swix-i ul' tht- wziy thcy thrcw cortt culus :lt to t0ll hor. Yiwu vain iivvci' tt-ll lim' zirnmtiiifl tht- Coriivt' though. Nm" -25 'S4'lllf'l'S lfllff' Will? Sl1Ul5 fflf D042 l5-llfliiiiiiiig i'm'x'it-ws fur vxziiii Jxlllllllll. XYCll1lYClUlSlIfl'l'2ll150505. i,m1i,m, ami ttwy MTU, M, in. HTF lizislct-tlmll zit Rlziiiillzi tuiiiglit ziitcl we 51l'L'I1lIUlI5, limit worry, tlir gtftci llilw' 5"l'll' 'WW 3'l'll5- SU l4'l5 U59 thcm wr gvt :1 wcllfc:u'iit'rl v:ic:itimi '14'::'3' tht-iii QQ,-.i is.. ' Q. . . . , , llcv. .Z-l-lllSIY'lll1liIllll ut Lliristiiizis prvs- fXm', .ttlflli-s. 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T- A- 'Liv ' , .-" in 11' 2' l '- , , ' W I W -L. - ,b 9 .J7 , "', gr' :Qi N X. ,- y 1 iv. if 'X-,fs 1145 U 7, 1 ., . , , 7 X ff? 1 fy' ' lQ2b ' i U , A mxtx its s v X Q sg V Xl' was if X Fx: 535 wi F" -A-X , ?..f5.Z., - Q' W will.: l .- G , l il ' C f'l' C gn gn A 9 ' 1 .' - f F - .. A rw., . N o.4 Wki'-2f'L. f":rf2'A- Nlztrch 5-liztsketlvztll tonrnunient. Not very many at school today. March 8-Seniors begin to practice on plzty. They are fearful thztt they will not get ont of linglisli, hut they hope that they can :tvoitl work at any cost. lil-lnniors serving lunch toclay. Klztreh . Several are :thsent from sehool. March I7-Yisitors toclzty. More przte- tiee on play, Not ninch stntlying as nsnal. .Xpril 3 ASeniors sending coinineneement invitations. Oni' school clztys seem short. .-Xpril ll-Dress relieztrsal. The Seniors Q. T, Next .'h?,":7T9W'h tg.'-3.1-N: '-,. .-1 wa A . A " "Viz i'iXE.'CQA .:?N.'Mtx:x! ul: 1'-' ,f.w. ii "tr f+rl.3:w:p- " x "t'54gl.E .. 5 lie Q sl si. vw 'F F-Twin' f-H: ajtffte, 1 -f 'lx tgA.4x.s - M I .A ,Q y ,kgbx A633 hge, .. !1 ..,iv',,. ,, Q. 1- S kiinmjk ,Wig R rtimjt it lleif are very nervons. Two more przte- n APR. K - 1 i sl it ,' I l .N I Q- I I ll Buebmll ' .... Sean . 68 ,sl .- -aff. 1 ' i ra - --.A W ij 1 im. 'll 1 SW. -,,-1-Q ' - fx - . ni. V4 ' I QQ .ill 1 'ill f 0 'nm 6 I K Q-J l .1 5 , gf- H' .fl . 'Skt-nr Fl 5 3 1 Q 'gf 3 fix -, 0 A cm Cf xlx An: tg f SPPNNQ Fever. April 15-Seniors pres- tntetl plftx' Conf 4 Mary" last night. trztry April lt:-juniors getting reztcly to give the reception for the Seniors. .Xpril l9-liztceztlztnreate lust night. The Seniors attenrlerl in El hotly. .Xpril Zl-lixztminations, The Seniors snre eztn synipztthize with the lfresli- men. XYe wish them sneeess with the rest of their exztnlinzttions in the future. .Xpril ZZ-Seniors rlelivering .Xnnn:tls. XXX- feel proncl that the Rztniluler was good. .Xp , ,twshxt ril Z3-Coinineneenient Seniors in rlonlmt :tho life. E - V--R W... ,- tonight. 'l'he nt then' pztths ol 57' 1-f?m"""' . if .. - X fv if-if in -' . , . 31,,,.fS?X' FW, 4? 1 1 .1 . I , , X nw , , V. . LU. .MS Q N 1 Q 1 1, N.. 'N lx Six , r ,N xx N. . .. , V , I I VX xv, n- . - , 7 2 K.- A. K X. s 4 2 P f c 5 5 ' ' ' C -Wg 3 ffpf c I 5 I 2 , f Q I V 7, Q f 1 Af . M I uh w A -gh hx., . ' Z V ' RC. - V l,F x VA - , ,KX N ' 1 -as l l"""+ + MlMEllidlilISU511IIQINTLX'iiiDilEMTIRIliD12D11DGiiiECliDCNBiIliINTIXFIBCDTRIXRIXISZIXDEBUIFllillfliibihrllfililrd F 55 tail ri M W Bl N Dj lx' Dil Di M lx! M l ,XIIXIIXIPGMPS1Bll!llilBDUXllrilllil.lil31136BlQKDUQQPillKI.lilAQ!XlBBQEU2533QUfkillklfilllxliillXlfXl.Ml.11!ilQ.?fl.?XlDfiikil Front Row: Gernie Si x'41 in, Flossie Addison Huck R 1vNX' I Huy Swain, Zulu llllllillilll The editorial staff decided to vary from the custom of former classes in the preparation of an alumni sec- tion. Since this is the twentieth year in the existence of a four year high school in Arlington, this section will be limited to the Class of 'O6. Prof. J. L. Shauck first came to Arlington in September, 1905. Because of his efforts here the school was accredited. to complete the regular four years of high school Work. In appreciation of this service, and in memory of the iirst graduating class, the staff gladly allots this space to a report of his recollections of the Class of 'O6. ? fi, ii I I 4,4 X .-" f' ,afar We Wm 'X A l Q 5 ff 'Tug Ol 53 1926 we1-.sse2fs3fEi'2f+2f+faf feeds ess: peas: fssw-S241 was LM: M11 H14E454PZiiEiiiB'iBEiimlliiIiilIil!Ii'l1lf!llE'Ei1iZiE1EiElPlltllillrl!lillll!Ili?B!24l24'lZ41lZl E11 nl Ki CLASS OF1906 'Ii L4 E E3t2i4E44i24i244Q244s34t244244312245241+24l24:i24ir24'i24-1i24:H42'i241E4'r24t2f24rB424l24 O, yes, this class I well remember, Ralph's hair was light, his eyes were blue. Nineteen-o-four, the month of September. But why should I say this for you? They all came in with stately tread, - I just recall as I remember With swinging arms, looked straight ahead, How these folks looked in that September. They glanced at me as on they went, They came to learn, they did their work: Then took their seats, their souls content. In that quintet was ne'er a shirk. Next came my chance, I took a look: O, yes, of course they loved each other, Their heads bowed down, each had a book. Each boy to each girl was a brother. Quite cautiously I moved around Those Addison girls I'll not forget, With nerves on edge, and not a sound Their gentle manners impress me yet. Came from that row. As I looked there And Gernie here and also Roy They met my gaze with even stare. No teacher e'er did they annoy. Trembling, I said, 'Tm glad to meet you. Right here hard work will always greet yo So place your names right in this book." ' . They noted well how my voice shook. U, '- Riff' I sat me down and read each name. Two pairs of names were just the same. Two Addisons I noted here, Two Swains, one Munden did appear. When I looked up a boy aroseg , "You want our full names I suppose? I think all here, yes, let me see." ' He took his seat and looked at me. "H,ere's Zula, Flossie, Ralph and Roy, And Gernie, too, that big tall boy." I learned to know them soon quite well, if - , i And loved them, too--that's not to tell. Four heads of hair as black as night, x i' i::"'- . .. . N, Eight piercing eyes, and always bright. s '.lWx,l.-gulf , 3. 3 , A - :f,a,'xe'p.a'llll za. Qga' ' W 23, fre-s,,,s f 1"l1I,7 p The fx., Ralph's goneg his memory is with us still His young life ended-'twas God's will. And when our class shall have its meetings, And we have formally exchanged greetings, We'll think of Ralph as one of us, So it may be said on none of us That we forget one of our number, E'en tho he's gone to his last slumber. They all seem calm, mature, sedate, But they're the First to graduate. So give them honor here today, Give flowers to them while we may. I've said enough, and now farewell. I've mentioned all. I wish you well. May you enjoy a prosperous life Without itrouble, without strife, I wish with you that I might talk But thg is all-just . . . J. L. Shauk 4 Rambler ff 2 v 1 ' bf " ' L, - 5 ,Y X , n . . 1 I 'Q , am X E gg--f , t , - ,H IA . h Q . I N fi . ,lf J . k v I 'N L Q , Q. ku? X v C 'x 5 , PC .'7 ' . ",r s f I g-5 - Q Advemis ments J 'J' 1 x H X N . O K x ll 1-:sta rts :.t1f-itfffmiri-tflozi-:tf1uziiitffee 3131 ff!-31:12-if f-'g??:+ +1tfg,ef1f 732341 j I BZ -is ig li THE BETTER BUICK rl ir 'K ll rl li AR rm 4, .nm lr if A ri Qu IQ l e lk yr lil el: if ll p Buick Standards six sedan 5 Pas. Model 27 Ni' Wlfen Better Automobiles Are Built Buick Will Build Them i r p is lib John A. Knecht, Dealer r 3 lg RUSHVILLE, INDIANA lil , zz i ""i"445' -W-+1--1 ff-4+ w++- P+' +- 3 . rv l X ll . ll l ,, , . . V ll' 3 Your Busmess up lm- Hmm Ol 5 jp Appreciated ll? Quality Merchandise gl -ln l-332 gl? Coupled With Gi ll in 'gf . Cl" r GRAIN Q 3' Reasonable PFICCS rw HY nr l if li lil ll lr . FEEDS R li M Q S pw ell SEEDS 1 ' 1 l. Three Floors of Q59 3 FLOUR gr Dry Goods 'gh iff Shoes Q3 T ' lg Floor Coverings rg lil' Hutchinson H Son l Ladies' and Childrenls i Lowell Hutchinson Apparel gl ,S UWNER pi RUsHv1LLr:, INDIANA px if ? if e lf? '+f'4+-ie -we lsr --bv-Q V-a+-we M-41 ' .Em XK2fs j? ' ' ,ff f ffaf r iff' f 0 l ,nh 5 f .'.':,-tfetffifti, re f ff-if rf-El. if-31:23.-aid. Mrs. Woods-Have any of you any furni- ture at home that was made in some foreign country? Raymond, after a few minutes of thought--I think I have a shoe buttoner at home that was made in Germany. Leota-Of what is Carnation milk made? Joe-Carnations. Mr. DeMunbrun-VVhat is the shape of an unstriped muscle? Opal Bundy-Not round but almost. A question concerning the degree of action continuity of the three classes of muscles was asked on a Physiology test. Mr. DeMunbrun found the following answer on a paper belong- ing to Lucile Nighg Striped muscles-next to , 55iff5 u.,gf. !'5T1 W Q -45241 '.f'elQ'- A Hugh, just before Physiology class4I believe I'll play "I don't know" in class today, Lucile-Oh that is nothing, I play that every day. Steward on steamship-Your lunch will be up soon, sir." Seasick Student -Yea, so will my breakfast. Stanley, can you give me the first example of the electric light? Yes sir, Noah's arc. Opal Cwatching pole vanltj-just think how much higher he could go if he didn't have to carry that stick. Lucile, just look at your waist. lt's all next most: unstriped muscles-next to most, rumpled, and cardiac muscles-most. Why, dearie, it's just been pressed. ve?f5.fS?ii:i?5iirE1ir1efggiee.1EeEef,i-ft 'P lf - lggl lll 5 X JR Q? yn l, HE production of a year book is the ul' H? JL! 'ff X . lag Ml timate result of hard work and much 1 l az 5,4 eg . , A!Q, , thought on the part of any Senior lil A ffl' ev if . . 'ill lf, Class. The Daily Republican, at jl wa Rushville, takes a great interest in the Schools of lil I Rush County, and especially in helping the Senior ljjl Class get rid of a large part of their worries by plan' ll -qi li . . . . C '2- gmy' lv ning and helping with their annuals. 1"L'n i Wi' ' fi ll l 'ill Q A 4-3 ln . . lvl l K ' 'ii' M ll' url - n ll ' - .. ..a..g.gg g.gg... ,gg .f----a. .- -,. .. .. . -ll "essl-viewer:-sf-,are-lffe,efeafgef.ef3vfi.:es eeffsieeee.efvzeeaae-'f we we-f 'ef-ef were -1 'Q ' -', "-'5"4 ' ' ff, 12? 1 t V .mia , 'nl 1 ' lb K ,m W x, .9 ki- Crue Reunollollelri 5-gy ', ,- . 5 Gilt. l x r Q' Irv- H -fx l -2' I ee-+47 P1534 'ff"?f11 . .i?3i'fEli4i-EQEEIQQ .ieiii V.i?tf""l.?'E'?ili"g z'e zgifffiz g+f.'?'i.Ei'Ef?i.E5j'1E'i lgfil Herman-Helen, give me some chewing gum. Helen, chewing gum-This is all I have, and I'vc chewed it for three weeks. Miss Ruschaupt, in English class-You may work on your notebooks this period. Charlotte--May I get my fountain pen? Carl C.-Oh, they are having class in there. Charlotte-No. I guess not in my coat pocket. 555525 ' Alta Addison was riding a bicycle. Mary Baldridge--Those tires are Hat. Alta-Well, they won't be when I get off. Phyllis-How high is your ambition? Vivian-He's about four inches taller than I ani. Lucile, a short time before Christmas---Will stockings hold all you want? Mary-No, but socks will. Herman to Florence-Do you want me to learn you to Charleston? Florence-You mean teach. Opal B.-You could learn her as well as you could teach her. Frank T. and Helen C, were standing in the Labratory talking. Alta Addison walked i11 and stood between them. Carl C. remarked: "I see Alta is the receiver for that corpora- tionfl Her birthday cake was heavy, but the candles made it light. My horse never misses the sunshine, because he's used to the rein. Miss Fatic-Graydon, will you please take your seat? Graydon glanced around and saw that it was occupied by Darrel Ronan, then he suddenly exclaimed: "Why, it is filled up." 2-was I-wi We rece pf-ff, bee. .ffekglpgwl wr PEE523ESeE1fgs++ SeS. isw l vi . W is 'll' 'll' . il?-N is CONGRATULATIONS ,z ji I Compllments Of :iw lt wi it is CLASS OF 1926 4 we GWYNNEVIU-E 013' ' i , is pl ll STATE BANK l V . v l ,J K Flin Castle- Prmcess E :l Gwynneville, Indiana ll' I ' All I Th Canes E-EEZarea-gQQQl3a1liii-I-SE.QSEEQQ-ii? 'l A RUSHVILLE it wr ' W 1? ' 'if 7 5 lil Best in Pictures and Ill, ,H HAX E YOUR SHOES lil L!-fm I I vm. li' qv Vaudevzlle I5 5 , ly It ' A: tl CON ROY S lil W it Theatre Parfles it SHOE REPAIR SHOP Eff A . it A 'Ill flu-62 O u r S p e C 1 3 1 t y el 126 West 3d Street iii 3 RUSHVILLE, INDIANA ,il at ?m'05 53' .:'?i:' -ev 1' ,Y -ri ' gs K, 'l I 'Z' 'iivi if L SA? . O f ff?fg, 1,1 f 77? -,j5fef'W Q lwfffzffss "f,i!L+"'+' H--1+ hf .f+--ff P+-T-ifoffhffff :+1:sof. ofsa,, -+al?i:-ff -'ff :Mo 1-'Rf of 4 i m - i n i i jg Ford f Fordson f Lincoln fi I WALK,QVER CARS 9 5 PQLLPARROT and ik TRUCKS i ii BUSTER BROWN Wg W I l TRACTORS ig ig SHGES ir E R ' ' ,ff i Xpert epamng M is For the Whole Family bi Gas - Oil - Accessories ZIMMER if Phone 30 5 H 0 E Morristown Sales Co., S T O R E E MQRRISTQWN, INDIANA RUsHvILL12, INDIANA Ah nzzg m m i ig . hi il is 'l T At the sign of the Palette Photographer F071 jig- Rushville, Indiana Arlington High School Milroy High School if - Center High School 3 New Salem High School if Moscow Hi h School .- -'vo , g fa Raleigh High School E, . 3 Webb High School - v 1.4 17, X ,lzeiigayiwflzwl ' -f- , f o o ' ' "'- 'iq ff -"W f ,hos -of--wh-4+ 1+oef++ of--foi,f+--fofohfh 4+ of A++-of 1 'hglxf 1, ??6,: V iii ,Q 4, 1711 !-mf Al Q, in 7459 ' 1 'Sow The 1 . S Rambler ' Sf 'll' ,ik ii W 'W my HOW INEXPENSIVE GOOD 4 X, lg? Geo. C.Wyatt8l Co. Vai . y ij 'ffl ' l fg+f-ff' gf? i?i?ig.i?f'F, rftiiiifi-ii33Eg glee?- Qr?-T Qfti e'f++ :5f1-ff S-f.iEE+'ifi5f37 54157 Testi li-3 It r er- -'P ,- f - f f wi i A Mr. DeMunbrun-Explain your solution for this first problem. Clarence-I didn't get it. Mr. DeMunbrun-I-Imn, that is a very good answer. Beryl-How far do we take in History? Herman--As far as you want to read. Beryl-If that is the case, I won't read any. Raymond-Was that frost or snow that fell about 11:30 last night? Mrs. Woods-I wasn't out that late. Darrel--I multiplied the denominators to- gether and got the new denominator. Mr. DeMunbrun-Oh that is like cutting your bread and gravy with an ax. Mrs. Woods-If you should go to church, what would you be? Mary Baldridge-The congregation. ,WL ..4.1.a.g.g.s,a..' aaiaqij ws.. Ls .. r ,.s4a.?g1i. ft. 15' " ' A 'W ' " ' A """' "' --A-L... wr I . V FURNIT RE fa' .ll i 1 1? . , Wltich must be renewed every . few years is expensive ' Q at any price 'if Our Most Moderately Priced Suites are Substantial and will I iii 'lk mi' Ah KA if it vi 'li' it serve you faithfully and well. LET Us PROVE TO You if pi 'I Iii I' ii Ai ' FURNITURE REALLY IS ' ' RUSHVILLE INDIANA fi 1.tgfllf.1ga-ei-saaf4ia-fff-iiasf,.fs.a4- fiefiff- .Q Mr. Hyatt-Tell something of the character of Peter Stuyvesant. Heleii-Well, he had a wooden leg. Alta-I'm going horseback riding this after- noon. Mr. DeMunbrun-Poor horse. Lucile was looking for the city of Bath in the encyclopedia. Virgil, handing the hook to Lucile--Do you want this? Lucile-What is it? Virgil-Bath. Lucile-That's just what I need. Mrs. Woods-Now, as soon as you are through talking, I will tell you what to do with these maps. Mary Bird, not paying attention-Do you want us to put the names of the countries on this? Qf?ils':t33?6Z5'3iE-414 ET-347544, 4-'395 7 - SQQE it ai, fi . it llih Compliments ill Of Ii' M, Charles F. Taylor it 1,9 .5 Company 3 55 it di FORD DEALER if if - i M Rushville - Indiana 3' i efiii' il? Q ?g3Q Yi':':.f' . ali ' ,fm f 34,3 if ff fIVif' 4f 0 1920 ifitfsifie riffs' eiefee F 16 ,, -,1fiEE3IZE3j -gee? P9541 l el lleiliefs -series-1-ff-++ :n 3W ii Y ul 'X ll fr ii if wg- .Age Rushville Mays Compliments of Pinnell - Tompkins Lumber Co EVERYTHING to BUILD ANYTHING We Are Not Satisfied U less You Are wi 15? it 'fl fl if ,334 41. 4- , it ? gl'+e'gi.1i'it' ,. ,. b :Y ef ef -1 I l 4 'wx lv All x ri W ll' 'tl' it 'V' L ,n -ir See the Monument You Buy The SCHRICHTE Monument Works it In Business for Sixty-seven Years We have the largest stock - of Monuments ever car- ried in our show rooms. You will save money. I :L V gil Come and see these bar- H My gains. 1 Montello Rock of Ages 13,1 Barre Granite l ,tl The Best i ,Q 117-121 South Main Street Qi, if ll 'Eli '-s e iee ee ff Eel it ' I 9 l rgjai l 'K' ir l ii' if 'ill -ii si 'fl' 'il v 6 K u- 'll' 'll' u 45 Aki 14. n y 1 in W wi iii fl' i "ll E131 - as ffifeggf --ee ee-'ee lf3?i3e:-5:15 iliellf5?E3i:gtet'?FEL1'33' eemeif 'B ' .g 9-" e e 'eegiieele 54 I6 We Want to Be Known Q You W1ll Find the Best it W For the Values We Give iii' V5 and Most Complete Line V if ffl 1 Callaghan Co. it is Seeflenefy it A ' All if Glass 'Pl wk JL v . . JL it me nr House Furnishings 4 M H. S. Havens Mu. + 1 inery A 11' 'F wk fr ,tl DRY Gooos - SHOES ,E Qi Garden Seeds Q, it 1-,Qt it -AT THE- gf e' North Side Court House YY' ir, I wr was lla 4,51 ll' 99C Store -34 1'-' im' if R h 'll Q l Q ED R Us V1 e lg ij "Where You Always Buy If i . ' Phone 1014 Butterick Patterns 4: 135 f07' L6SS,, A X ' Ci' bw 'li' VX' i 'ii' 1 is my if pl :e mE 1 Lz gg- .gg:'iEf.wt Fei' .I ill 3 1,2120 41, fs' lx' TMC Rambler I 'K e' ni 2' il gl il ll' ii 10- A 41' l l W I l ,il l l 'AVN .n. l 'll' A 'C' 5 'i?i9??:"?11?f5i..f'5"' 3?fiiEiE ,:Qt'-i,ieEQ.,Eff i1trg.Qiiiif?'57'?' 5"ig.itif 4451. E93 if -1 w- l l X b cf , a 4- f -1 7 4 xv 4 4: 5 za , A Leota--On what day did March begin? Ruth--The first. Mrs. Woods-What are some internal in- ventions invented since the time of Washing- ton? Raymond-Bicycles. Ruschaupt, I've caught the season. tMeaning Ruby Robbinsj ' Mrs. Woocls, in Geography class-Why do Southern part of the state Cyrus W.-Miss first robin of the the people in the plant their orchids on hills? Virgil-Because that is all there is down there. Mr. Hyatt-If anti means against, and Jeff- erson was an Anti-Federalist, what was he against? Herman-The Federalist. Opal B.-Are cyelones harmful? Opal E.-They are if you get in the way of them. Mr. Hyatt-What has Congress been doing this week? i Miriam-They have been having a vacation. Lawrence-What is the difference between a walnut tree and a butternut tree? Charles-One has walnuts on it, the other, butternuts. ' Mr. DeMunbrun, in Physiology class-What is the difference between a callous and a corn? Mary Baldridge-Pain. V Miss Ruschaupt, in discussing the parts of a business letter-Which is the more important, dear or sir? Marjorie-Sir. Miss Ruschaupt-Yes, in this case. llgwi wav-wi :sew page-i f-ess aI1fffwfsiEs42-2' 5-2-2+ P241 .ff.'ifP4f'Vil'5"l .il if ll lg MI- JL In V I IF You NEED soME 1 I . lf? lg H 3 Comphrnents of ll il I I , ggi For a Short Time Loan FIGHIC WIISOH E53 Let Us ll I I I ' ' . l A mr it I . lin Accommodate W Men s and Young Men s W W if V HH ' lg You fr jg CLOTHING and IQ if il il The American ' FURNISHINGS I It I H Se-curitg Compang I if wr if I ' S If it rg- . . TL . fffg2"f2 li RUSHVILLE, INDIANA I I, Rushvllle - Indlana , lil M ,I I renew -bw at-as-1 fem sfs2"2fse ueiaciaflisif at 151 Q ?i-1:0 ai' ff" Qqqjsrib? ei. Q 4 S In . - f'fffe efef"ief7f?i lQ2b i53!i3:iiQT ??,if5-1+ ?'P""T5"1"' -f+9EEi5'E55'3F +P-sire -fei7 '3Tf?5r+vf:'?755?f-71 3'5E3f :+Fi4?7"+43?l559ll 695+ 4- ffi-if lea-3+ f-if-4-+1 '+ 'i'?'1f2'l r Qian ff- ,ff-4+ if -we ff - 15 15551 , x - L, Q ' l ww l - 1 v 4 l 1 1 it . . ali l l r Allen A. Wlllnnson ry, lg ,gg A . ll' 3 Th ni n t te Bank K' 3 Lumber Company l 6 U O S a 5 lik . . all Morristown : Indiana 'X' 135 We Furnish One Plece 1-,P 5- 3 or Carloads Kelp it if Vai it l 4: Ei Phone 29 A+ :iii '17 in l l . 'IJ' ' to li 'P if . ,V l ' n if X Get Our Prlces for R X Twenueth Ce wry Ig 5 A ml A Cleaners and Pressers , + W . . . . V W ir Everything in Building X lg Rugs and Carpets IE lg Mat6r1alS Q 531 Dusted and Cleaned .Q 3 . . gl gl Phone 1154 E gl Morristown - Indiana ,Q ,H BALL 31 BEBOUT, Props- 4, :X li Rushville, Indiana Ii A l ,g vt if E+-w e Fiilfffffeifi 13-ftfilififffi siffrfe-inf:-1f"t eeee-'B MPEH IL E H ill i if fill! W e P a y 4 'Kp o n iw xi Gary Es? Bohannon 13 all ,, 4 5? J Time Deposits lf F 4 pg, lg Attorneys Ali lm lil 3 Q lil , ill: ga Rushville - Indiana H l I l 1 4. lil i ,W 9 yi-'li AMERICAN li?5l f+s,lQQ'9l"4 1:-fffffvffg-f1f4ff"55dlitl' nl' W il' + 33 i NATIONAL Q3 Sift nl ilk rl' Compliments of 2' BANK is in s I qm'Q?:y,,,! wi Quahty Bake Shop it v 2- wr W i " fu' -,tm R l . . , . . 'll' x '-,J Rushvllle I .Indlana Rushvllle, Indlana K D ' "1 nw ESX' :V lil in nl r ,..g-f rr f fePEiEfffif,5f+- P+'-er P+ : 3+ ff- ZIBZ ZS SE EE '13 'Ka ", L,-fIr,,!Ju,',' M5 . iw l "' f 'fe l aff y fine on H Mx, B p r Rambler x .V K, ,S I-PM eff 3:51 fxeii Iii' ffl? 53249 Pe-1' fi Qfiiif 5-?e'.'fei?f4 .felt i Tix' fe if. T325 I' 4,,.,'gsa 41 4+ -f ea xi 5 514' 4f'1i Lavaughn was putting on her fur when Beryl asked: Is that fur from a leopard? Lavaughn-Yes. Beryl--Oh, you will have the leprosy. Mr. Hyatt-Clyde, where was the most of the American warships at the time of the war with Spain? Clyde-On the sea. Mrs. Woods, in English class-Give the principal parts of the verb, knit. Joseph--Knit, knitted, knitten. Herman-What is the cheapest way to go to Madison? Virgil-Go insane. Mr. Hyatt-Champlain did not discover the St. Lawrence. Who did? Frank D-Champlain. 1531.5 The-ear-+e+1-l 2-ee:-lfvesf , ee l? E 3 If .A , it ljil Knecht s 0. P. C. H. if My When You Think of . THINGS TO WEAR l'll"' . I THINK OF Us! fgf 3 ll We Announce 5 fin . is Society Brand Clothes 3 1 I li For the Graduate lg 4k lg ffl fe-+-if-+-Qs.:-sa-ef-1seaLassfgief.sff gfifgf REQ Mrs. Woods-Is the sentence, "Lowell is more popular than anyone in the Senior class" correct? Howard H.-It is 11ot. The Young twins were fighting in the hall. Mr. Goode went out and stopped them. Some one asked who won. Helen-Mr. Goode. , Miss Fatic-Give one use of the comma. Fern Young-To abbreviate words. Mrs. Woods-Lowell, can you describe a fiat boat? Lowell-Well, it is just a Hat boat. serene . Merle holding up pencil-Has anyone lost this pencil? Raymond -Why, that is the one I threw away yesterday. i' ' . we -++-T219-samssiaiw-saw .gig 5 D. M. McMurray Harry Logan 'll' Phone 11-82 Phone 130 ii, it in .3 Compliments of 1-ii 'lt 45 Q, McMurray Es? Logan it 5? G A R A G E il " iii A Full Line of Ford Parts Q, Phone 12-82 'HAI 17 1+ 3 GWYNNEVILLE, INDIANA iw , . i Enarco and Polarme Oils Q fr Wrecking Service 4 . p I it Day and Night . "Courtesy Always Pays" tl 2 times -a we-Trial-++e 1-QQWFS IQEJ B- ' Vela- 6 "1 is-L- '..."'. i as ff ' li I .Qld I " ' 'liars 3?-fl pi it . 1 I l ,ref f 17- if 0 1920 In-21IfEi1iEfE?Ifi5++ - EEEQYEI-5+ lil-EQEfE?2ii':5:e fffti2+ '+i.1f 2 -Qffiiirf-1 "2-26.44 er? fir?-ff I--el if gn ' 1r nw Vealfee- +2125-1-+v e SH v ' Y ' 1 ur' U' Y i E See W C E Wh' X: S 'i wr wr K i 11' Q or in . . 1te on 48 159 The New Chevrolet Hg, 3 5 42 new W e ,Ly ' XJ, 1. in Improved- K im HARDWARE and M 'Zn EH IMPLEMENTS M W n 4462 i' ii' My . if gg? QTY All Kmds of Coal QQ A Geo. C. Alexander 81 Co. if ei- W in RUSHVILLE, INDIANA , Carthage, Indiana 3, Comer Second and Morgan Sts. fi A if ef 1 lim Phone 1216 W' in Phone 67 or Eli l if Qi! .ffiif g eff fffiiiefsfffi ii:-252551 eeeffi- iD'1l EISz3EfQ?EEE f-vi? filer? M QQ:-feffoiif-fe-2 Page-Q mmmaggg M H .Zi li . i qg H5 iw V H111 Gram 86 Coal Co. H COl'I1pli1'I16IltS Headquarters of Ll A Q GRAIN, COAL, TILE g' 11' Of 355 'H' and FEED HH 411 in HB . uw 'ij E N Truckmg By Contract U, Capitol IJllIIlbCI' Hsin' CARTHAGE' INDIANA I+, ,T Phone 38 ei , fe or eel Com pa n Y n n un W4 3 3? iii Ei "Service and Satisfaction" in L. L. ALLEN, Grocer ,gg 3 ng 325 N. Main street if A . . 5- 1 ' ' ' Q, RLlShVlll6, Indlana lf!! RUSHVILLE, INDIANA .ffl ,fwfwf vii mr 12 JH f' ' 'M'-' ff Phone 2127 if Hi " ij Q ' V W5 hw 'gg Q9 M Phones 1420 - 2472 M 'X' My 4 fi: ff! W 4' .il ,.4, 9: If h V V Agni , T Y YW YW W 4 wa' K- my L ' .413 :L ig 75. . 4 A 5' We Wie ' f 2 A X, Rambler i A 'eff K .+I .ie-ff 21- .eaifaie-t..f:5LSt ii?f1.1fE'i.lf1i...T . -a .,f,.,..-. 3.-av ww. .Y-a -,a-f-- -a -Vi' I 1 Q a 'G++ f N l I 4 ae.-sfgiiefzf +v e-+134 re-s:fa..faf1.-:+.zf-fa 3-fl Mrs. Woods-Give a quotation from Emer- son's "Compensation," Cedric-Love and you shall be loved. Ruth-My mind is a million miles away. Beryl-Oh, I didn't know it was that far to Columbus. Mrs. Woods-What is a Non-Conformist? Virgil-Con what? Florence--What makes Chicago the largest city along the Great Lakes? Raymond-People moving there. 2955525 Mr. Hyatt--What became of Joan of Arc? Paul Miller-She was burned to a stake. Mr. Hyatt-What occupation did Jackson have in Tennessee? Cedric-Several of them. lied gy Compliments of l .L . it l Geo. L. Todd 6 A l 1: 66 Company all FURNITURE if larfltl lg STOVES Q 'll' Vi RUGS and it Funeral Supplies l. Rnshvilla Indiana 1 Miss Fatic-Tomorrow we are going to have oral composition. Darrel-Do you want us to hand them in? Miss Fatic-Why is it that you wrote your last composition in ink and this one with a pencil? Darrell-Cause my fountain pen blew up. Mrs. Woods-What, caused the rocks in Quebec? ' Virgil-Cold weather. Mr. Goode, in Botany class-What do bac- teria eat? Fred H.--They eat what they live on. Mr. Goode-Are we parasites-do we eat things that are alive? Fred H.-We eat hogs. Mr. Goode, No, we generally hutcher them first. rpaal.:eQf2 W-in +++f+ffa-ef afiaiila fnil -511 fi PITMAN so WILSON ,gl I41-' . Ill 'i Druggists p l all liif it I Prescriptionists l f THE REXALL STORE lil? Q U Ffa Physicians' and lil Sick Room Supplies 5 Biological Products Kodaks and Eastman 'lt I Photographic Materials iii H . Rushville, Indiana j I ' . 4a'T.5F - 4 31 IQlif?4iEaQ'.if.Ta2Q.Z1.g gfiligae ,.4 v 4- -'QQAAO w FV ,git Zlfnfffnqbn - fi ,,, az P 0 f ff if 7 KH Ioan -1+ +ve eff--++e. ew- A+- A we fff-Swv-1fe,, -3s.E1:f+ffi1f 'l593?E+?'1T'f+4-f I I in l 13' ll nl ll ' it ?1i:ffiT?5::1agaQ-5++- "'l""1'4" '7"'4'4" +P of The IRVINE GARAGE -FOR- + Dayton Tires and Tubes The Worlds Best Motor Oil-TIOLENE Battery Charglng and p to Date Road Servlce . GWYNNEVILLE INDIANA 5 If ll ,Qi ' y Qgjul All A H? ey. . 9 . in l I l W ' v If U X 1,3 V ull, 7 X1 1 ' M 1 A 5 ' legs ll A YQ lease ,--H:-ffrwva eff' I++--+1322-1-.1l?Gl E2 E I Automobile Storage Open Day and Night Russell B. Kirkpatrick Garage 120 South Morgan Street Rushville, Indiana orristown Phone 1 on 118 Phone ' 'M V W ' T QE' f'l'+'FF?9'-frf+++f?5'3?5FF-15919-EA W 7553? :i?4fE15-1+ ta9lQa1w A - e+: ++4+ if-?fF F5-ff P E it le Tel Al I BURL KENNEDY Lei The Regal Store .I I , leg-l eg in I Grocerxes GROCERIES fi! Fresh and Cured Meats H A W ARLINGTON - INDIANA ll MEATS ll A if . GQ- ff- Phone 4 av Fruxts and Vegetables ,el Iv , .. " DIY' , , Rl - will4:35233-31,2f:iT1??Ql69:l?EQieifffitf- if ' wr ,QI l l 'ln A 31 35 A Real Economy Stow 5 M Res. Phone, 1598 ofaee, 1102 4U :ll-I A I - A, it en QQ W, CHARLES' s. GREEN H ' v P . e--x, ."x,,! E ropnetor lg: 5 134 East Second Street mAI',.qlQ7ifa2 +, ARLINGTON, INDIANA l T I RUSHVILLE - INDIANA Ergo mlm 'I H' . g li Li"-13?g ,, ' A I an-,AAN do-I M I wgglglf l ii-f+11f'ffg-E-grriffl riagafi ef- QP-+1-F5- tif IiQ 6,A'.fe:J X -:wa I wx: gl AVL- 4 N na g x ,hi it Q, ,, ,gm I ,.,, XSS, I R Gunnb lem ' s .S 'I l ! ef-A-+4-' 14534 1 1:95. fe+if1ff'+?l P4155 Eb".-?'. I were i'?44f95ie?iIIifE-15 'rf-+593?3+ 5353i E-'e'3755e9fiii 'Ei . Roy, in composition theme-The beautiful girl made a fighting Cflttingj bride. Mr. Hyatt-Laurence, what is horticulture? Laurence-The raising of horses. Howard Tribby---Well, I ate a live bug once. Mr. Hyatt-To whom may we compare King William I? John McDaniel-tMeaning Victor Em- manuelj Victor Enamel. Lavaughn Ryse wrote a note to Rigsbee Farlow which read as follows: "I like you as a friend, but I can't give up Roy for anything. Cyrus--Why one boy got 325.00 a bushel for Mr. Hyatt-Who was Catiline? - Vivian N.-He was the wife of Octavius. Opal E.-You had better keep your eyes open tomorrow. Hugh K.-Why? Opal E.-So you can see to get around. Mr. Hyatt, in History Class-Who was the leader of the Germans? Cvrus-The Crown Prince. Mr. Hyatt-Who was the Crown Prince? Cyrus--The leader of the Germans. Evelyn Wicker, reading a biography of George Elliott-Why, this is surely not the right one, because this is talking about a woman. his corn. i MiSS RUSCh3UDi-Well I'd I'HiSC C0111 fOF6VCl' Mrs. VVoods-Give an English derivation for that. from the Latin word, possum. Alfa'-Gee. I Wglgiolir Herman B.-Opossum. I mla +15-n-fe-ei wie--I wee- - rifii' :fame ' 34 ri' sell.- eePf fil lf ff iiz f 5439 Pirie lfffl 2 . . I ' im' P713 I l .ri .49 Rushville Implement ...L vp For Commencement lg 0' i' Qu! ... ll' , Company f lg- my Presents 55 ll lv 'V - E - V RUSHVILLE, INDIANA . He S E Qi .3 phone 2323 115 w. First st. 3 5 Abercrombw Bros- il lk 'ilk' . AGENTS FOR 3 lf For El W' . . . 'P' ll. Diamonds W li-Gil McCormick-Deermg Llne oil us Watches lfgf wi Tractors, Tractor Thresh- if ,wi . 35 . I ., i Sllverware ., I A ers, Farm Power Equip- wr it . wp , r , Q- le Fountam Pens ffl lu ment, Farm 'Machlnery .I tl ll it 6 Jewelry at fr for all purposes. ,Ay Y. M at . . I. Abercromb1e Bros. 9+ nl' Repair Parts Our Specialty my ,yu W Q 9.4, it at if JEWELERS ,tl . RUSHVILLE, INDIANA my Rushville, Indiana ti , 52""eLg ll. nt if P iii 9 lf Yi' . ' y 1 SQl?1': iifflEi5:Iii++G.i5e W h it' itirfffs' g2flQii4W7 '?+79+'5?+-lreffiffsiie 4-fi lifleblp, as , j 52:31 ,saga req -,fr-1. ' l 1' .af f' l'.f55.j' g Ka t i a ' i f .ig S' it 'I' ef .V A A .fl U , f ffybgqgov , 0 f ,irf ff? tetee I igfnjr-,faq-e,a 4+ JQQQ asgvpz-:T-ily-Q-sa iifxefs- 'ht 4 4: 44' 4 x- 4 es 4 -vb 4 V:-SQ? final 13' A v , fi 1 ,AL Y lf lga 13,331,533 'P -fe i ,iv V' 1 ii - . AQ gk Haul: 86 Irvine 4 if ii 4 Garage and General pr , v 43 Repair Shop if iw Radio and Radio Supplies I l' . . 1 . A 1' Electrical Contracting . ll IQ Q, All Work Guaranteed fl NH' wg A ,.,. - - A Telephone ff - XZ - 195 lil' lily W . . all iv Morristown, Indiana All v v ll . I lifqffifilia- 'ear-iw H5534-i are-44 '95 l '.,, ii' ' l il . . li ,V Compliments of Q lil' nj' . W. T. VANDAMENT all ri M. D. fir il - ' All 35 Carthage, Indiana ,lla QQ 5 5' i-+14-N A++--+4-f pf--as il, ' if 'tl' -'rj V3 CARMONY BROS. ,pg -IK . N T Funeral Directors iii my iii Efiicient Service Xi 5 Considerate Charges in g"' W'-If at can Morristown 7 - so ii cf , i Or Arlington 3 -43 if i ali F' 5+-2g3?f2eTw+1Qf2f1+2 3 fi -:ffm 3 fox-. x m ,:u4 71'-5, 171'-2 J 7 X EWS, Rambler 6 if 9 Y 'E' -P Q l all ll il all if 'il' JL Ill' 10-1 3, " fi A 'Ei' .133 IPS. 'L . Compliments of GWYN N EVILLE ELEVATOR CO ww-A as-4+ Psa.. rw - ff- Sl 4 'lf ia i if lr fl i ' i if 'Il' T 2 i... .4 i l l - ae A l A Gwynneville, Ind. ll . A r l X Standard Uil Company dpi Gas, Petroleum, Oils ' Greases LEROY CATT, Agent l Delivery Promptly Made ,T Call 65 Arlington Phone A' L. V. HAUK 1 Funeral Director g Ambulance Service A Phone 164 Morristown, Indiana 11. i l 'II' 'll -X3 l vi 9 42 if if it E gig 1 ai I 1 W A i .-. l Aff- lei: Hi if ll? Q 5 ' fr . ll QL l fp ll. Q9 'R Q. il rf 4 ' i EQ - S , S 1 1.2-fa-1:mee.gr:ff,,:.z+fn..1+:-siaffkiff-1-'Paar-ff'ef:-++.-fs1++gg4+,1-rg-gffagsfefefs are-'ff verse- ff--1-Q UI 4. 1 ir 1 w 1'-'Wi 21TE'Ef:?Eii'Ql?i'1EEEfE'51KiflfEl? fa " " ""TFf'4" 'Pf'4+' ?""4"" "? 't"P4?'1.1!' "A '-if if 1 i E Y-Q , 'ii if '45 ,1 D. M. Baldrldge 1, If 'ff W We 1. il 1515 Al We have zt- it pf . 4' - H For All Kinds of K 19 I f we have if if ii It's in Style. 4 -ny 1 1 1 it Hardware lg ll 21 . l 1 l ' it f Coal E mmm we 2 IM l IFS-f l 11 1 1 I l A . mp ements i Ni , , A W li P 1 M Ph ll by 211 Stoves it au - 1 IPS ' - 'N Et. . . 1 ,Q Palnts, Etc. L39 135 Rushv1lle's Leadmg Store li' 'W if A. if For Men and Boys 1 3 ARLINGTON, INDIANA '41, I 1f Phone No. 24 W J Rushville Indiana Nl' lf' 'il 'il' 'l' me i f-wisest 'giirieiieaaiif ew le WM- if-+411113:i Wi '- +H? '+fw11 '4+ +4--4+-we +1-'W t VET il N F 1 E L D s' il if A I , 4 . . Z4 W I Q gl Business Is Calling ! l if if l iv Til' Grocery and 53 The demands of business are 'lf Meat Market 115, many and constant. When your jf! 1 i INDIANA QQ, 'QU general education is completed, 11831 1. LARTHAGE' . W., add to it a definite, specific bus- V H H Phone 8 D H iness college training, if you de- 'gl ff on the Square sire to enter upon a business if g W v career. Such a course will span fl "'3Ali?7fi1f"fEf'l t'9'gl'3'flQlVl35iiE'f':' 'sift 'ti' the space between your present ' :if 515' situation and a desirable, prom- :il gif! ising business position. . . I 1 ' , it DI. Jos. K1HS1HgCf vii For full particulars, write or 'fi V -ir N 'ar ir wr l see iv OSTEOPATHIC 1 1 1 1 if HYSICIAN it l FRED W. cAsE, Principal 'gil 'if' P Ev ' , 11 ' '. H I dn Wi Central Business College '51 ix Rushville - In iana 'rx I INDIANAPOLIS, IND. Jw W 5,1 t1 .5 I ' 1, it 1 fi i q 53319 SE' 2?-'12 -,, 1 -.' ,, . 2 .v L1 Y .L 'v -Q' C- 5,1 ii, F . e334...ps1..i. , ff 'g,,1 f,,:? . fm I X X 'jd f 92, l fy f 1920 l16'l,L?i!f. "V r'!iIf"4" "iffy ffl?" , Wifi Fifi, ??f?'4A fiffo 4fI + 'ii 5134 ""??f57 9543 i?"F57"P4'1 1135 Ill i?f. fi,1?53l1f'f1i'?""' E EE Ql fe :iaffIIff:fi1ieiQ15+fE+?I Pei? I - : I I if I II I If gif WELCOME lr fr I Il li Come In and Look Q l' The Home of JH li l'?'l "' ' ll-H ARMO STORE gg LX Hart Schaffner E99 Marx l,g,l ill' CMai1 Order Prices Every Dayj wk 'ffl M li RUSFIVILLF lvl Ill CLCTHES l'll', jr East Slde of Mam VK 195' ll Al lil . . . 'EY M? Lunch Room 'H Ii H1gh Grade Furmshmgs H f'- ln! I Soda Parlor IV I - QI? I-If 111' 7 ' I M ,, 35-I All The Men s Shop H MAC ADDISON Iv 4, Q l "On the Corner" lg' E RUSHVILLE Ill 'Al Al HH 1,3 ARLINGTON, Phone No. 72 +I W W' C' Hall P- E- Th0'Pe ll, '-f+-+QeIf+'-ff+1ff+-bf4- +eMf-wrifygafgwess 'legal 4-I-4 lwlleii fe A-ggitjfmf., was-A SH Qi . li I SmithfHasslerfSturm Q QI A lg rw jf Il lg Company lf, 5 ll l - ji KI Compliments QQ Ii, Q11 YI-II AN 3 A Real Sporting Goods EYLX1' Ii I of L Store Q M - Crty Restaurant new wr AI 'll GZ I HIGH SCHOOL Ii la 1 I X f 'I T WP fi SWEATERS fig E V" ll 5 WI l rf.. vl .N 3? - 3 lg KRUSHIIILLE, INDIANA 1141 Wi' "l' '- I ' W g f in or WX 219 Massachusetts Ave. JRC FQ .5 A M n x 0313 XA 'M , 4' F 3 If INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA I IJ il . Y W' w ll' 'Vi " H, I , I A rl gl dl ew- eel e-'fffw-++I I+-r l I 1 . l XI .wx Qcfsirrk n' 'F' Q' fy 55,3 7 "IQ i , i fm N x ,.,Iw4: Riga ' 231' ,sg flfhe l 'd I Rounnlb lem 'E , J, . 5 1 I +-snafrzffina-++,:+:-is P+--f+ ,+I .P+ + :rfb-affirm-serv 'ew-31- f"'t+ ?f1f' .efn fifz-s'+lIlg2:i ul axis a via "' 1, -fx I OLLEGE and High School Annuals have p come to be recognized as an institution. - 5 A A ll lg- ance and number. They are growing, too, N 3, , in beauty and character, so that many high 'W rixxl 1' who 4 L1 school annuals now excel the books issued from colleges a few years ago. In this ad' vancement we have had no small part. For more than twenty' ive years we have been helping create representative annuals for schools thruout the middle west and south and thru our help' ful cofoperation have won a position of recognized leadership among annual engravers. Last year three of our annuals won four Hrst and second prizes in state and national contests-a testi' monial to our service of which we are proud. This is one of I54 annuals, published in eleven states, that bear the Indeeco imprint this year. Not content to rest on laurels won we have worked out plans to make our service to 1926 staffs more helpful than ever. Editors, business managers or faculty advisors are invited to write and give us opportunity to explain how Indeeco Service can help them publish the best annual they have ever had. I., 7' Q ' .ll f 0 fp W at Ll Jil QQX l . . . Ei 5 X, Year by year they are growing In import- x ' ,514 Q' Lal INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING COMPANY zzz EAST OHIO STREET A 439. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA ,G ,,, '? fafi a ,,f"7'7Z!???,-wiv xi? . X 153' l ir' f JL f if of lQ2b Jfaavfdw H, ,Q-f?wmmf1iesg.g:4:,Qf 23,1 11f:,gQf5gl4,f1 if , Aw. 1' wrimffgl fel.-gf Aw? , a. ' -1.23532 '4 -rv,,,. 1f4 af',, z,fgM? - -. .A .- . . 1, my -. - - , f I . ' N .. 1: , V - -- . 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