Chandlerville High School - Marugolia Yearbook (Chandlerville, IL)

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59 1, E E 3 5 E fa- it S fa 2 5 ii :S E 3, E E 5 35 E 52 5. 5 E E E Fl fi ' ' " . . ,EY-f3ES9.wXi2'fi34i1-'XXXL ' ,. ', vi Qibe illilarugulia if 'ug Published by THE SENIOR CLASS Ni ofthe 1 W3 Chandlerville Community Sf 'xg High School W Xa ,Ye 'ef Ni 'Q Mi , ,E 5' ff' 5 1 5 I .4 . Q Volume V. 3 1929 THE MARUGOUA cAEk DEDICATIGN i To our class advisors, Nina Henry, Ardeen CLinderJ Walker, Helen White, and Maurine Brock, vvho have patiently 'piloted us through high school, we, the Class of '29 gratefully dedicate this volume of the "Marugolia." "'m"' , 1 ,9 2 9 om' ,z ,X ,, THE MARUGOLIA FGREWURD In this book We have tried to bring to our readers fond reminiscences of days gone by. The old pals- the old scenes, that take us back to the golden past, the happiest days of our lives. May you for- get the monotonous routine of daily toil as you delve into the pages of this book and go back with us to the little red school- house on the hill. X15 1929 Page three THE MARUGOLIA A-" The Schoolhouse on the Hill -.l When Sol begins his daily climb Far up into the blue expanse, He sends his first rays o'er the hill To caper and to coyly glance Among the ivy vines which climb On its brick walls so Worn with time The schoolhouse on the hill. When farther still his course he runs And warms the earth with welcome rays That 'ancient steeple bell tolls out As it has done in by-gone days And calls us there with our consent Where many happy hours are spent The schoolhouse on the hill. And when his rays begin to fade. Again we hear the bell resound We come from out those schoolhouse docr And turn our faces homeward bound Then as the sun sinks in the west Those last faint beams seem to caress The schoolhouse on the hill. . It may be forty years from now That hill will hushed in silence be There may be naught but ruins left Of those brick Walls which now we see. But memories, like sunbeams bright, Will bring that building into sight The schoolhouse on the hill. S -JS29 ,lf ...... ,E ...... M, 1929 ...... y, ,Q ..... ..,. Page four THE MARUGOLIA 1 9 2 9 age ve' THE MARUGOLIA Y UZUUSCHQQL ourxqnmcf T Name Lnsfunargxvrs 'fr n H L-I nav LITEYHYI1 H cunmn, wa i l .' 9 41 Q ',5,s , - . lj , 'Q 1:5 Kylix., Q 'lla' 17245, .5 5 -n 5 he .,"W t , v M Y fi..'2:.f-:Q 'b y ,.,,,,,.,...lw"' 19.,, Af " f fav-STWND "Lim, -"xl "'1Yf'FX P4 af - 9 FYaP:c.Tws Hangs 1 9 2 9 Page six AIDMUNIGSTTNGQN 71,71 X nk! f k.z 6 '4 'J' I f YN-Q--an id --7 2 y"fxX 43 XsXx,-R. .fijfg v Q. S' Q? 'CDS' THE MARUGOLIA "SEA FEVER" I must down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky, And all I ask is a tall ship, and a star to steer her by, And the wheel's kick and the wind's song and the white sail's shaking And a grey mist on the sea's face and a grey dawn breaking. I must down to the seas again, for the call of the running tide Is a wild call and a clear call that may not be denied: And all I ask is a windy day with the white clouds flying, And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the sea-gulls crying. I must down to the seas again, to the vagrant gypsy life To the gull's way and the whale's way where the wind's like a whetted knife: And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover. And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over. -John Masefield ...... E, 1 9 2 9 J, Page eight THE MARUGOLIA The Board of Education Dr. J. G. Franken A Dr. J. L. Kirchner, Secretary Dr. H. B, Boone, President A. L. Johnson John Vollmers ...... ...... ...... 1929 -,E ...... ...... QA Page nine THE MARUGOLIA J. HAL CONNOR, A.B., A.M. University of Illinois Principal "Beware the fury of a patient man." gp ....... 1 9 2 9 ....... . ,2 Page ten THE MARUGUUA GUY N. MAGILL, B.S. "To those who know thee not, no words can paint, and those who know thee, know all words are faint." McKendree College History, Science, Coaching BARBARA E. SMITH, A.B. "The fairest garden in her looks and in her mind the wisest books." University of Illinois English, Science 1929 MAURINE E. BROCK, A.B. "Who mixed reason with pleas- ure and wisdom with mirth." University of Illinois Social Science, English VIRGINIA E. TEMPLE 'KI have heard of the lady and good words went with her name." Northwestern University Mathematics, Music Page eleven THE MARUGCUA gk. - . Julia HBYHGS Jack Garner Busincss Manager Editor-in-Chief Maurine Brock .,.,.. Thomas Oleson Vernon Garner Irene Ainsworth . MARUGOLIA STAFF .....,.....Advertising Manager Ass't Advertising Manager ..L..A....Circulation Manager Jeanette Scott ...,... Literary and Class Editor Katherine Nollsch .......e................... Society Editor Louise Crumrin ..e,. ,,t,.............. S napshot Editor Ruth Smith .,....,. .... C alendar Editor Louis Clegg ..,,...... ...... H umor Editor Dorothy Smith ..,,... Alumnae Editor Kenneth Cook ....... ..........,,..,.. S ports Editor Ethel Johnson ..,..,, .....,..........,........ A rt Editor Lenna Ishmael ,....., .......... A ss't Literary Editor Beulah Gerdes ..,. ......... A ss't Alumnae Editor Alice Dillow ..,.... ..,..... A sst. Alumnae Editor Frank Sheedy ...,. ........, A ss't Sports Editor 1 9 2 9 Page twelve CLASSES 5 4 - s., 5 j Xxx xx XQNA T NN NC X x x Q Q- xx N 5 AIX X X X K K7 x is ,X 1 X K X K Q X ff -f:.i ' Q X X x 'fax X iff i X S-KJ N F Xi 'Bag- Q J J 5 QY Xi? Q X THE MARUGOLIA "MEMORIES" How often do we, in the course of the day's routine, lay our heads upon our desks and glance back over the past? Those reminiscences, rip- pling over the sands of time, thrill me as I see them now in a different light. Memory brings back those scenes so that they seem real. I can see again the old gang playing king base under the street lights on those clear summer nights. And how distinctly I remember the night we sneaked out of bed to go fishing by moonlight. Those golden days were the happiest of my life. But they have slip- ped by, even as phantom ships in the night, that leave but gentle ripples to mark their silent passing. -J. G. '29 Q., ..-.... EP Q. ,.... .wx 1 9 2 9 gm ...... ya Page fourteen THE MARUGOLIA ksikcik JACK GARNER "He trudged along unknowing what he sought And whistled as he went for lack of thought." Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Class President 1, 25 Chairman Social Committee 3, 45 Stu- dent Council 2, 45 "Second Childhood," 15 "Windmills of Holland" 15 Stunt Show 25 "The Whole Town's Talking5" "Miss Cherry Blossom" 25 "Now Adolph" 35 "Gypsy Rover" 35 "Cyclone Sally" 35 Negro Minstrel 35 High School Carnival 3, 45 "Foi1ed By Heck" 45 St. Patrick's Concert, 45 Editor-in-Chief Marugolia 4. LOUISE CRUMRIN "If all is fair in love Where do the brunettes come in?" Class Treasurer 15 "Cyclone Sally" 35 "Irish Alibi" 45 High School Carnival 3, 45 Student , Council 45 Snapshot Edi- tor, Marugolia 4. JULIA HAYNES . "In arguing too, the woman own'd her skill, For e'en though vanquished she could argue still. Class Secretary 15 Class Treasurer 25 Class Secretary-Treasurer 35 Winner, Extemporaneous Speech County Meet 35 "Cyclone Sally" 35 High School Carnival 3, 45 "Don't Shoot" 45 Cheer Leader 2. 3, 45 Pepperettes 2, 35 Chairman, So- cial Committee 15 Carnival Queen 35 Business Manager Marugolia 4. RUTH sM1TH A "For she is just the quiet kind Whose natures never vary." Glee Club 1, 25 "Windmills-of Hol- land" 15 High School Carnival 45 Cal- endar Editor, Marugolia 4. 1 9 2 9 ,skjipsi A" A'- ,la ,... THE MARUGOLIA ...... ...... .Eg Page sixteen DALE KING "The more you worry the sooner you're dead. Glee Club 1, 25 Basket Ball 1, 2, 3, 49 Class Treasurer 43 "Windmills of Hol- land" 13 High School Carnival 3, 43 Ne- gro Minstrel 33 "Foiled By Heck" 4. ALICE DILLOW "It is nice to be natural when one is naturally nice." Glee Club 15 "Windmills of Holland" 15 High School Carnival 4, Assistant Alumni Editor, Marugolia 4. PAUL VOLLMERS EZ! El El "My only books are women's looks, And follies all they taught me." Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Basket Ball 1, 2, 3, 49 Track 3, 43 "Windmills of Holland" 1, Negro Minstrel 33 High School Car- nival 3, 4, High School Band 4. BUILT JULIUS NOLLSCH "Happy am I, from care I'm free Why aren't they all contented like me?" Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Track 4, "Miss Cherry Blossom" 35 "Windmills of Hol- gandg ig "Gypsy Rover" 3g High School an . ...... Q., ,Q ...... B, 1 9 2 9 ,li.....,,.g ,M .... .Er ,li......, Q THE MARUGOLIA KATHRYN NOLLSCH "A merry heart maketh a cheery countenance." Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chorus, County Meet 1, 25 "Windmills of Holland 15 "Miss Cherry Blossom" 35 Pepperettes 2, 35 High School Carnival 3, 45 "Cy- clone Sally" 35 Society Editor, Maru- golia 4. EIIEIIE THOMAS OLESON "Well Versed in Knowledge." Basket Ball 45 Class Secretary 25 High School reporter 25 Class President 3, 45 Student Council Chairman 45 "Cy- clone Sally" 35 High School Carnival 3, 45 Negro Minstrel 35 "Levi Beginski" 4, Chairman Social Committee 25 Adver- tising Manager, Marugolia 4. ETHEL JOHNSON "A strong advocate for wo- man's rights." Bath High School 1, 2, 35 High School Carnival 45 High School Band 45 Art Editor, Marugolia 4, JEANETTE SCOTT "Do you not know I am a wo- man?" When I think I must speak." Glee Club 1, 2, 35 "Windmills of Hol- land" 15 "The Whole Town's Talking" 25 "Miss Cherry Blossom" 25 "Now Adolph" 35 "Cyclone Sally" 35 Chorus, County Meet 1, 25 "Gypsy Rover" 35 High School Carnival 3, 45 Pepperettes 2, 35 "Foiled By Heck" 45 Literary and Class Editor, Marugolia 4. r I 1 9 2 9 Page seventeen P k1i, THE MARUGOI-IA DAMIS VAUGHN "I am an ardent politician my other habits are good." Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Track 3, 4, Basket Ball 3, 45 Manager of Basket Ball 53 "Windmills of Holland" 25 "Miss Cherry Blossom" 35 High School Carnival 4, 55 Negro Minstrel 4, "Curses What a Night" 5. 52? lil if? LENNA ISHMAEL "True to him as the needle to the pole. Or as the sun to the dial." Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Chorus, County Meet 1, 2, 35 "Windmills of Holland" 15 High School Carnival 3, 45 Assistant Literary Editor, Marugolia 4. IRENE AINSWORTH "She attains whate'er she pur- sues." Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Chorus, County Meet 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-President Class 35 "Windmills of Holland" 15 "Miss Cherry Blossom" 25 "The Whole Town's Talk- ing," 25 "Gypsy Rover" 35 "Cyclone Sally" 35 High School Carnival 3, 45 Pepperettes 2, 35 Chairman Social Com- mittee lg President of Glee Club 45 "Curses What a Night" 45 St. Pat- rick's Concert 45 Circulation Manager Marugolia 4. KENNETH COOK "It is not, good for man to be alone. ' Basket Ball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 45 "Cyclone Sally" 35 High School Car- nival 3, 4g "Curses What a Night" 45 Sports Editor, Maugolia 4. gig ELE 1929 ...... ....... E THE MARUGOI-IA ki J' Q' 'P DOROTHY SMITH "Cheerful by disposition And friendly by nature." Glee Club 1, 25 "Windmills of Hol- land" lg High School Carnival 4g Alum- ni Editor, Marugolia 4. FRANK SHEEDY "Life is a jest, and all things show it I thought so once, and now I know it." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 2, 3, 45 "Second Childhood" lg "Now Adolph" 35 Negro Minstrel 35 High School Carni- val 3, 45 St. Patrick's Concert 4, Assis- tant Sport Editor, Marugolia 4. LOUIS CLEGG "Not lazy-just don't feel like work." Glee Club 1, 2, 3g Track 45 Vice-Pres- ident of Class 45 "Windmills of Hol- land" 13 "Miss Cherry Blossom" 23 "Gypsy Rover" 33 "Cyclone Sally" 35 High School Carnival 3, 49 St. Patrick's Concert 45 "Foiled By Heck" 4g High School Band 4g Joke Editor, Marugolia 4. EYE ll? BEULAH GERDES "I hate nobody, I am in charity with the world." Glee Club 1, 3g Assistant Alumni Ed- itor, Marugolia 4. VERNON GARNER A "What shall I do to be forever known And make the age to come my own?" Glee Club 1, 2, 33 Basketball 45 Vice- President of Class 13 Class Treasurer 45 Winner, Extemporaneous essay, County Meet 3g "Windmills of Holland" 15 "Miss Cherry Blossom" 23 "Gypsy Rov- er" 39 "Now Adolph" 3g Negro Minstrel 35 "Cyclone Sally" 35 Irish Alibi 4, As- sistant Advertising Manager, Marugolia 4. ,E ...... ya 1 9 2 9 ' gk Ja Gk Page mneteen THE MARUGOLIA What the Seniors Want for Graduation ..... Irene Ainsworth ,,.,... .,.... ....................... B r adley moved to Chandlerville Jeanette Scott ..,..,. .........,.o............,.......,........ P apa G6H9,S COIlSeI1t Ruth Smith ,,,.,.,, ,,,..,.,,,,,,.,,,,....,,. S olitude and a good book Dorothy Smith ,,,.,,, ,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,, H ow to reduce in ten lessons Beulah Gerdes ,....... ....... P osition as teacher of Anderson School Kathrine Nollsch ....., ...,......,.....,............ A carton of chewing gum Ethel Johnson ....,.. .........,......................,..l....., A real Cave mall Julia Haynes ...... Alice Dillow ......,. Louise Crumrin Democrats in power Position as milk maid Lenna Ishmael ,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i.,,....., A Chandlerville High Athlete Jack Garner ........ ....... N othing to do and plenty of time to do it in Vernon Garner ,,,,,, ,.,....oe,,...,,,.....,.......,...... T 0 be like Patrick Henry Thomas Oleson ,,,,,, ,,,,..,,,,,.....,,.....,............ C hance at Presidential chair Kenneth Cook Louise Clegg .,.... Frank Sheedy Paul Vollmers A top for his Ford Food-and more food new bridge and hard road to Mason County Stenographer to attend to his love correspondence Dale King ...,,....... ...,......,............................,e.... A nother year to throw chalk Julius Nollsch ....,... e,......... .,.....,.......,.... F a me as a musician Damis Vaughn ...... .....e..,...........,, P osition as Coach J. H. '29. Childhood Ambitions of the Seniors Name Ambition t Is Now Irene Ainsworth ...... ......, t o be a piano player ...... ....,....,.,... a lmost Louis Clegg ,........., : ......,.... to be thin ,,..........,....,,...,,,........,.,,.,, not yet Dale King ............ ...v.............. t or be tough ...,,...........,.....,..... very gentle Paul Vollmers ..... .........,.......... t o be a man ........ .... y oung and harmless Kenneth Cook Frank Sheedy ,e,. to be a baseball player .....,,......... be comical star track man ,.,....,...,............nsuccessful Dorothy Smith ........................ to keep her figure ..,.... .............. d oubhng it Ruth Smith .e....... ........ t 0 mind her own business .cec..,..,....re..., very pleasant Alice. Dillow ....e..,. .....,........... t 0 be a city girl ...........,.... still on the farm Damls Vaughn -,eee-- ,e........ t 0 be a king ...................,.. without a kingdom Beulah Gerdes ........ ............. t or be loved .e,....,................ awaiting a lover Jeanette Scott .................,...Y.......... to see life .......,,............... looking around Louise Crumrin .........,,. Ethel Johnson to be a high social leader a good student to stay single ...,...........cforgetting her ambition Vernon Garner .....................,.. to be president .....r.,......,.,ee.....,... still hopeful Thomas Oleson ................ to be a second Babe Ruth ...,............ disappointed Kathrine Nollsch ....,i...,............,. to be a good cook .,,.....,........i,...., improving Lenna Ishmael ................,............... to be short ...,...................i..,. far from it Julius Nollsch ..,. Jack Garner .,ec.,. to be the answer to a school teacher's prayer c,.. the an- swer to one's to be a man of leisure .....,.,..............., just that Julia Haynes ....... ....... t o be a musician ..i...........,...,. ask her mother J. G. '29 .... , .2 ,Q ....... 1 9 2 9 2, ,...... Page twenty THE MARUGCT-IA SENIGR CLASS HISTORY Log I. Sept. 1, 1925- Started on the first lap of our four-log journey with a lively crew of twenty-six. Sept. 2- - Held first meeting with crew. Jack Garner chosen Pilot to be relieved by Vernon Garner. Louise Crumrin and Julia Haynes-assistants. Sept. 14- Lost two passengers. Koehne brothers became seasick. Oct. 19- Rather rough sailing. Paul Woodruff, Thomas Dillow and Orville Murphy reported missing. Nov. 22- Calamities increasing. Lloyd Armstrong fell overboard. Dec. 22- Festivities aboard ship. Jan. 13, 1926- Encountered terrible storm. Crew badly frightened. Jan. 14- Storm somewhat abated. Fred Larch swept overboard by a wave. Feb. 23- Everything going along nicely. March 10- Athletic contest held on board ship. Several members of crew showed skill. April 19- Plan to stop for rest at end of next month. May 28- Tried to get our ship ashore but had difficulties because of rocks. May 31- Terra Firma. For several monthsivacation. Log II. Sept. 1, 1926- Started on second log of our journey with same jolly crew-now twenty-two in number. Several new members picked up to replace the old. Sept. 2- Jack Garner again chosen Pilot assisted by Thomas Oleson and Julia Haynes. 1 9 2 9 'Page twenty-one THE MARUGUUA Nov. 26- All going well. Entries in diary few and far between because of hard tasks inflicted on crew. Dec. 14- Lost another member. Lucille Cook decided to board a passing ship. Jan. 14- Ran into usual mid-year storm. Came through with sails somewhat tattered and torn. March 5- Saw a terrible sea monster. Feared for the safety of our ship. April 17- Making vacation plans. May 27- Landed in harbor for another three months rest which was needed badly. Log III. Sept. 1, 1927- Again gathered our crew of twenty-one. Our former Pilot troubled by failing eyesight so Thomas Oleson was installed in his place. Sept. 10- Made a resolution to slow up on work and obtain more pleasure from our journey. Oct. 14- Resolution taking effect. Nov. 22- Decided to save more money as funds were getting low. Jan. 20- Mid-year storm less dangerous than in former years. All our crew safe. March 15- Money piling up in treasury. Making plans for grand celebration to be held at a later date. April 3- 7 Decide to invite crew of another ship to help us celebrate. May 15- Big day tomorrow-decks scrubbed clean. May 17- Entertainment a huge success. May 31- Stopped for a short time before continuing on last log of our journey. 1 9 2 9 Page twenty -two THE MARUGOLIA Log IV. Sept. 1, 1928- ' Started on last log of our journey. Our crew still numbers twen- ty-one. Mildred Phelps transferred to another ship but was replaced by Ethel Johnson. Sept. 3- Thomas Oleson re-elected Pilot. Assisted by Louis Clegg and Vernon Garner. Sept. 3- Decided to publish a complete official diary of our journey. Jack Garner chosen as editor. Dec. 12- Repaired several parts of our ship. Jan. 28- Again survived mid-year storm. March 12- Settled down for two and a half months of peaceful sailing before reaching our destination. J. S. '29 . .y3 gm -..-.. 193 1 9 2 9 E ...-.. hp gm .---.. wg gm----.Ms Page twenty-three THE MARUG07-IA FSENICR CLASS WILL We, the Class of 1929, in twenty-one individual parts, being about to depart from the present fields of education, once and for all, now and for- ever, being possessed of human understanding and mental capabilities, hereby bequeath our worldly goods and possessions for the benefaction and glorification of the lower classes and classmen. Therefore, we the Class of '29, do ordain this to be our last will and testament. Part the first. 1.-The Senior class being of unusual sex appeal, does hereby dis- tribute this among the classes. 2.-To the Juniors we leave our option on the Senior room, to be kept tidy and free from Freshmen. 3.-To the Sophs we leave our enviable habit of paying our monthly dues. 4.-To the Frosh, we leave our wonderful athletic abilities. 5.-And lastly, we, the Class of '29, bequeath to the Faculty most everything for which we have no use. Part the second. Furthermore, we the departing sailors of C. C. H. S. Flagship No. 29, do hereby make the following individual bequests. 1.-To Harry Lee Plunkett, Louis Clegg leaves all his surplus weight and energy. 2.-To Pauline Gebhards, Irene Ainsworth leaves all her interest in-her studies. 3.-Dale King bequeaths his kit of burglar tools to William Neff. 4.-Julia Haynes agrees to place all her arguments with the teach- ers in the hands of Pauline Murphy to be carried on. 5.-Alice Dillow bequeaths her smile to Alice Marie Greb. 6.-To all the boys, Frank Sheedy bequeaths his interest in mathe- matics. 7.-To Gerald Garner, Thomas Oleson beq'ueaths his oratorical abil- ities. 8.-Paul Vollmers leaves to all the boys, a pamphlet explaining his power over women. 9.-Kenneth Cook bequeaths his athletic ability to Kenneth Upp. 10.-Katherine Nollsch bequeaths her marvelous gift of eloquent speech to Nina Carlock. 1 9 2 9 Page twenty-four THE MARUGOLIA 11.-Dorothy and Ruth Smith leave lots of good advice on behavior to the freshman class. 12.-Damis Vaughn bequeaths his afternoon naps to Edgar Wise man, to be used to the greatest advantage. 13.-To Vertis Abbott, Vernon Garner leaves the red "poppy" in his coat lapel. 14.-Ethel Johnson leaves ffor the benefit of all concernedj a new saxophone, and we don't care where she leaves it. 15.-Lenna Ishmael bequeaths her excess height to Hazel Phelps. 16.-To Carrie Bell Abbott, Louise Crumrin leaves her interest in the Vaughn family. 17.-Jeanette Scott bequeaths her powder puff and vanity case to Ethel Barrett. 18.-Beulah Gerdes bequeaths her books of romance to Jessie Blair. 19.-Jack Garner leaves his dramatic ability to Virgil Alcorn to be used in the Junior class play next year. 20.-Julius Nollsch leaves his musical ability to Ruel Eichanauer. We, the senior class of 1929, hereby declare this to be our last will and testament, and appoint Miss Maurine Brock as witness and executrix The Senior Class. J. G. '29. SENIOR CLASS MOTTO "Tonight we launch, where shall we anchor ?" SENIOR COLORS Scarlet and White. CLASS FLOWER Red Rose. ...... ...... ...... 1929 ...... ...... Page twenty-fiv THE MARUGULIA I OUR SENIOR CLASS TOMORROW fd O A "5 . f R Il .,- an , ' V' Y X X 1- -I N 1 : 'H' ' A X 2 2 X 1 . I- X X' Jun: ns vu ..,,-'-1.m AND! RNS NSY Q., 'JJAJ balwwm .N 3. Xuxuettn J..lu Haynes L,-V, VQHNUN chzrueiri 'NE l'a""":S K wc fi if FE:l3i?i5+ -Q ' V ' .' ' af ':, W QR!! Qi, X' - f 2 A Q24 ,vvf . 9 4. fb ...X H, ' J , ' unun, -X. J ff '6 1 ' 2 ' RJ I.r ' 1. M Kd A X R i:!!!!!!! I f f- T75 - X , L- . 2-"-Z f' N 3 ' on is A M Rug My ,Q W QW i 5. t ff X 'X' ' I" l V k Q: amgmn no Tru omit fc""b K Nsnugnvfgg ,b 2' f 1' Im ggjiuf egndng 4"75 -a: w f A . , - 4 ,,,,' ff f X 4 X 1 ,a f M- x XQ,,,, M XS! ef!! S Mes Lad! RUN LMM V N1 3 . F. . 6, 4' . lm an Vhc N.1vyNaW-xx DALE KTNG -6' v-- , M , lulgwuyv x 'T- . xr " ,,w 1-v--ze.Qmmmn-A x5 Nvw- MRxe.VALJC,xxrr Elf. He ne. 1 'W a R-. -.. 1 Swcci -5e1.A.,'fvc cwest-aff R,,ci :S N4 W I .4 ' xx , sim X Q53 uri fr CE' , 4'f""" ,.. -iJ 2' f f , .:l,. M.. ,TQ 4' cu-dis? Q "WJ Sw , X A K X I ,- I T A mx N11 Ma V, Lent ' ' ' V144 -'yuan SKeLcf..,,+"' av' k,,U,e-I-,, Cook V4 H M PC baths QLCGQBOV' LM41 I5h""fj-S" ,-gWf'4L R' + Q 'U V W-db U L FW E Mx "' 'If L" A4 Q w.3f.f'3 'Rf , f x -J xW 'N f,- ' 1 I 5552 iff? ha '. HA Q ,lu 1 ., " - .M Y 1 ' Q I .l 'f 'N x XA 4 x 4 X :L .7 -X 'f , 'M 'MS N-if ' 25-'Q 'f M The Mferwen Dv-we hun Tv nga," f-Pau-Tv fy- L, er' I a hw? A X- M -111.15 NoLLSclx,.9 lfqfnmfnvp N,,1J5Cr,-f' I 1 ,Il sifting-iiwi-,C ., ........, . qi ..... ,lf ...... iv, ,li ...... BP ,E ...... hr ,lf ...... 29 ikxgixfc 1 9 2 9 Alex fc Page twvnty-six THE MARUGULIA Senior Farewell It was only four short years ago A ship set sail on the sea. A gallant ship with as gallant a crew As ever did sail had she. The sea was rough, the waves were high But she weathered many a gale And safely rode thorugh every storm Though it seemed she would fail. Now, one more toast to the '29 Her journey's end is nigh. And one more toast to the sailorls life, Before we say goodbye. J. S. '29. 1 9 2 9 Page twenty-seven ! THE MARUGOLIA ...... N I 'K VX L, ui , ,1 f , 3, ,F 1 1, . fffdxf ""w "2 N" 5 Q? Ms 1 9 2 9 Page fwevzfy-eight - THE MARUGOLIA JUNIOR CLASS ROSTER Favorite Expressions Zelda Williams ..,... .................... ' 'My COW" Dorothy Huffman ...,. ...... ' 'Oh, you Would" Lucille Garner .,,,...,,,,, ....,............. ' 'My VVord!" Pauline Gebhards ,,..,e,e.. .............i....... ' 'HeCk, yes" Alice Marie Cooper "You'd be surprised" Jessie Blair ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ....... ' 'Don't be like that" Imogene Dietsch ,,,,,,, ...,.........., ' 'Gentlemenln Helen Miller ,,,..,.l,,,,. ..,...... ' 'Well and How" Elizabeth Nollsch ....... ..... ' 'Boy, I'll say I do" Dortha Miller ....., .,.,............ ' 'Boy, Howdy" Velma Miller ........ Faye Watkins ..l..., 77 For Heaven's Sake "Well of all things" Isabelle W1lh1te ,..,.. ...........,....... ' 'For pity'S Sake" Norma Ray .,,,,,,..,.., ..,.,.......................... ' 'Oh Daddy" Paul Woodruff ,,..... ...,.. ' 'You're a little out of line" LaVerne Eilers .,.,.., .,.,..,..,.,,...,..,.... ' 'I'1l never tell" Gerald Garner ......... ....,..................,.........,. ' 'Gosh" Paul Henry ............. won't be long now" Ruel Eichenaeur ........ ............... ' 'Aw come off" Joseph Turner ....... .,,,......,......,....... ' 'Who said so ?" William Neff ............... ,,,,.,.,...,,,,.....,...,. ' 'Now 'Waggie' " Woodrow Williams "What do you know about it" Donald McArthur ...... .,,,,,.,,.,,,,,,,,.,,,,,............ ' 'Aw Heck JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY On Sept. 1, 1926, thirty-four green freshmen boarded a ship that was bound for a distant country where High School Diplomas are kept. Howard Fielden took the wheel for the first lap of the long journey. None of the crew or passenegrs were used to the rough sailing we experi- enced on this trip, but only one of them became seasick. Fae Garner was not able to finish the journey with us. This was the only mishap that occurred during the first lap of the voyage. On the second log of the trip which began Sept. 1, 1927, we were known as Sophomores. This time LaVerne Eilers was chosen pilot. Thomas Dillow and Virgil Alcorn did not show up for this trip and 1 9 2 9 Page twenty-nine ...... 3, .li ....... THE MARUGOLIA Woodrow Williams decided to board another ship bound for the same des- tination. We picked up three new members, Omar Hager, Dorothy Huff- man and Georgia Davidson to take the places of the three sailors we lost. Everything went along nicely for a while. Then Alice May Wilkey met a good looking sailor and eloped with him. Pauline Henry was lured away by a big paying job and Gertrude Hobbs,- Pearl Smith, Esther Ug- den. Everett French and Mary Duckwiler jumped overboard and were nev- er seen again. Although this was the most unfortunate journey of the ship, the passengers were still determined to reach that land of High School Di- plomas. Log III. On the third log of the trip, LaVerne Eilers again took the wheel. Omar Hager, Georgia Davidson and Howard Fielden failed to show up but Woodrow Williams came back to join his old comrades again. Despite the fact that the number of passengers is greatly decreased, the remaining crew are still on their way to that long sought for island. W. W. '30, Here's to the Seniors, first in line, Who are always thinking of a good time. They're smarter than the other classes by far, But not half as smart as they think they are. Here's to the Juniors, that old class of ours Who have ruled the school by unknown powers. We are only a class of twenty-three But a mighty fine class you'll have to agree. Here's to the Sophs, a class full of fun Who soon, half of their course will have run. Though giddy and boisterous they may be They'll make their mark in the world, you'll see. And the last to sail the ocean blue, The class of nineteen thirty two They're rookies now, that is no lie But they have the spirit to do or die. We must remember the Faculty, too, For they are the ones who have pulled us through. They scold, they urge and they look distressed, But in spite of that, we know they're the best. L. G. D. H. '30 qi ...... hr 1 9 2 9 gl: ...... his ,li ........ , ,l:r.......,2 Page thirty THE MARUGOLIA WHO TRAVELS THE FARTHEST TO SCHOOL? LaVerne Eilers lives eight miles from school. He ridesa horse that from its looks, is some relation to Spark Plug. Sixteen miles a day. Whew! I'll bet that horse deserves his oats. When LaVerne stays for basketball practice, he doesn't get home un- til about midnight. Then he has to get up early in order to get to school on time. About 9:45 o'clock you can look at the old tick-tock and say,"It's about time for Eilersf' W. W. '30 JUNIORS Put shoulder to shoulder, each boy and girl, And the banner of progress above us unfurl It's up to us comrades to make our next year, The very best ever for the old school here. CLASS COLORS Green and Silver. ,M ...... he 1 9 2 9 ,E ...... M, Page thirty-one THE MARUGULIA A-"' GUR CLASS The Sophomore class is a great place to be And we all have fun if we do get an E. It's in History class every day we begin But it's always in Geometry class that we end. "Bud" always starts all the fun for us And the next to join in is usually "Russ." Grace and Ethel are the studious ones, They can read and write and do their sums. Tho' Carrie and Vertis from Mason come They can keep the schoolroom on the hum. "Red" is the lazy one as you can see He never makes a grade above a C. Edgar keeps all the girls in a rush But it's funny he always has to blush. "Andy," well he blushes too. While Upp sits around with nothing to do. "Babe" and Nina make whoopee all day And all "Violet" does is sit and play. Pauline and "Possum" the Irishmen are And for better Irish you'll have to go far. Elinor sits with her powder and puff It seems as though she can't get enough. "Mid" is the girl who thinks she's got "it," Tho' she giggles and flirts, no one cares a bit "Bob" and Morris are the ones who are shy But they look up when a girl goes by. Now with Dickey and "Marj" the list is complete Is there a class in school that has this one beat 'I A P. M. M. 1 9 2 9 "'- jzc Page thirty-two THE MARUGULIA SOPI-IOMORE CLASS First Row: Juanita Jordan, Mildred Finch, Carrie Bell Abbott, Paul- ine Murphy, Mr. Magill, Advisor. Second Row: Grace Oleson, Ethel Dillovv, Marjorie Amant, Russel, Sarff, Walter Blair, Gilbert Vaughn. Third Row: Vertis Abbott, Kenneth Upp, Sherwood Daniels, Edgar Wiseman, Ewell Brauer. Bottom Row: Morris Samuell, Elinor Gebhards, Nina Carlock, Rob- ert Garner, Virgil Alcorn. OFFICERS President ...................... ......... V irgil Alcorn Secretary-Treasurer ,.... ...... C arrie Bell Abbott Advisor .................... ........................................ ll lr. Magill Council Members .... ,, ......, Marjorie Amant, Russel Sarff 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-three THE MARUGOLIA SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY LOG I. On September 1, 1927, our crew of twenty-four boarded the C. C. H. S. "Freshman" We were on the first lap of our voyage to the land of Graduation. We had for our pilot, Russel Ogden, and with him were his assist- ants, Pauline Murphy and Marjorie Amant. Mr. Love was placed on our ship as Captain and was a great help. On this first lap of our cruise, Woodrow Williams and Thomas Dillow asked to be transferred to a liner, homeward bound, as they were sea- sick. Marie Updike, also left us later. After nine months of steady sailing, we stopped for a rest. LOG II. We started on the second lap of our voyage September 3rd, 1928. We were transferred tothe C. C. H. S. "Sophomore" and felt quite digni- fied because of our new position. On the beginning of this voyage, Russel Ogden was again given the position as pilot with Carrie Bell Abbott as his assistant. Mr. Magill was chosen unanimously to act as Captain. When we had covered about half of our distance, Russel grew tired of his position and decided to take a life-boat and head back to shore. We appointed in his place, Virgil Alcorn, a new member. who has served faithfully. We are now two logs nearer our goal, and our good ship is steaming ahead with full speed. P. M. '31 "SCHOOL DAYS" Then here's to our school days That have silently fled Beyond us unnoticed, The future ahead- We thought not of present The days have slipped by, The best of a lifetime For both you and I. S0 now in the future Let's try not forget. And leave this old High School Without a regret. G. V. V. A. '30. Page thirty-four sink-" 'K THE MARUGOLIA Sophomore Voyage We sail on the sea of knowledge, The shore is far behind. And when it comes to sailors We're the best that you can find. We're altogether twenty strong And all are seamen true, But We're usually sitting idle When there's other things to do. We have our lessons daily When it comes to A's, we're there. Our attendance, it is perfect And our conduct it is fair. But now, dear High, we're going To say a fond adieu. To take a long vacation, And then come back to you. R. 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-five THE MARUGOLIA There's Nothing Like- The keenness of a Senior when he's keen The meanness of a Junior when he's mean Or the leanness of a Sophomore when he's lean. But better than all of- The keenness of the keen Or the meanness of the mean Or the leanness of the lean Is the greenness of a Freshman when he's green. 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-six THE MARUGGLIA L , 7 FRE Sl-IMAN CLASS First Row: Louise Glick, Hazel Phelps, Helen Eichenauer, Florence Hobbs, Leona Murphy, Marie Updike, Mattie Clemons, Miss Temple, acl- visor. Second Row: Carroll Anderson, Robert Boensel, Louise Neff, Alice Marie Greb, Dorothy Finch, Eloise Cherry, Edna Garner. Third Row: Remus Armstrong, Francis Sample, Gary Osborne, Wil- lard Sutton, Edgar Duckwiler, Harry Lee Plunkett. Bottom Row: Willis Griffin, Raymond McArthur, Ethel Barret, Ruth Briar, Effie Ogden, Elizabeth Turner. oFF1oERs p PFeSident ......,.............. ........ro E dgar Duckwiler Secretary-Treasurer ..... or ,c,,,,,,cc, Harry Lee Plunkett Advisor .....,,,.................. ..,,,........i.....,.,..,,.,,, l Vliss Temple Council Members ..... ,.,,,. E loise Cherry, Gary Osborne 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-seven THE MARUGOLIA FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY On September 3, 1928, twenty-six boys and girls boarded an old-fash- ioned, green-painted ship, which we called "Freshman" for a perilous journey through the waters of C. C. H. S. We were on our way to the land of graduation. Miss Virginia Temple was chosen as our Captain, with Edgar Duck- wiler, Pilot, and Carrol Anderson and Harry Lee Plunkett as First and Second Mates, respectively. Irving Eilers was the first to leave us. He became sea-sick and in his effort to swim ashore was drowned. Mattie Clemons and Willard Sut- ton thought our ship might spring a leak so they boarded another. Fran- cis Sample fell overboard one night while trying to count the stars. When the first lap of our journey was about to end, we found our- selves in need of provisions. We were all rather tired of sailing so it was with a happy spirit we stopped at the Island of Vacation. H. E. '32. AT SEA We are out on the sea of Knowledge, On waters, rough and deep. But from our course we'll never budge Until our goal we reach. The days are often hard and long And 'tis hard to see the way, But we are all both young and strong And, all sunshine wouldn't pay. The teachers are with us as guides, They aid in storms and strife, And warn us of the coming tides Out on the sea of life. Old C. C. H. S. is our ship Both true and straight she'll sail, For in the days that have gone by, She's pulled through many a gale. R. B. '32, 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-eight THE MARUGOLIA Yea Maroon! Yea Old Gold! Fight 'eml Chandlerville, Fight 'emi We've got the pep W e've got the steam We've got a coach And a ripping good team. We're loyal to you, Chandlerville We're Maroon and Old Gold, Chandlerville We'll back you to stand ' 'Gainst the best in the land For We know you have sand, Chandlerville Rah! Rah! So smash that blockade, Chandlerville Go crashing ahead, Chandlerville Our team is our fame protector On boys, for We expect a victory From you, Chandlerville! . E ....-. wg qi: ...--. yy gm ...... ya 1 9 2 9 ..y3 qi -----. ya QE ..--.. TM, Page thirty-nine THE MARUGOUA 3521 W lr x buf A CHERRY M , 1, 5 if il ' 5 't . 'Q . senmisj GN JW , x 'Y if C40 159 me V Ja 4 3 E il ,, M .r 6' fn 3 - li.-.N ,Vg X 1- ,L . Y I '-'sijviqp-v,:g,:1:s Mk , A .' , KM.:,7' ?U 1W,Ji's'2'.'??. A -4 .X "'ruaav, HARRY cuzcas so 1 9 2 9 -'K Page' jorfy TIHHLJETUQ F2 U ff f QQQ "' 45- ifi f Q ff ' A-147, sg 7-DX-. 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Magill, Damis Vaughn Coach Manager PEP Vigor, vitality, vim, and punch That's pep! The courage to act on a sudden hunch- That's pep! The nerve to tackle the hardest thing- With feet that climb, and hands that cling, And a heart that never forgets to sing- That's pep! To say "I will"-for you know you can- That's pep! To look for the best in every man- That's pep! To meet each thundering knockout blow, And come back with a laugh, because you know You'll get the best of the whole darned show- That's pep! 1 9'2 9 age or y- ref 1 THE MARUGOUA 4' xx Ag' s I T' Page forty-four - Frank Sheedy Frank finished, in a blaze of glory, his fourth year as a member of the C. C. H. S. squad. His phenomenal speed and his accurate passing made him one of the most respected players in this section of Illinois. He was a great as- set to the team and his departure leaves a gap that will be hard to fill, H .. .. N .. .- Dale fDagoJ King "Dago" came into his own as a regu- lar performer at the opening of the sea- son, and was thereafter an indispens- able cog in the machine. He was a valuable defensive player, a classy drib- bler and a scrapper from the word Ngo." His graduation will cost the C. C. H. S. a good player. Kenneth CSlickyl Cook "Slickyl' also completed his fourth year of service for the Maroon and Gold. He was elusive, fast, and had a handy eye for the basket. On a fast dribble he was almost sure to score a basket or make the guard foul him be- fore he could be stopped. He will be sorely missed when the roll is called next fall. Jack QJ. Oliverl Garner When Ogden was lost to the squad Jack was shifted from center back to guard where he played a spectacular game the remainder of the season. He would compare favorably with the best back guards Chandlerville has had in recent years. He also had a very ac- curate eye for the basket and he would occasionally jolt the opposition by sneaking up past center for a counter. 1929 THE MARUGOLIA k k Russell CRussJ Sarff Russell is a player who will make a brilliant name for himself if he keeps up the pace he showed during the lat- ter part of the season. He is an easy, natural player, has plenty of height. and handles the ball beautifully. He is a comer. is .' 0' .. .,, .- Paul CKrautJ Vollmers - Paul was a man any coach would have been glad to have on his squad. He was a high class utility player, and he turned in a neat game when called on to perform. At the close of the sea- son, he was hitting a stride that threatened to cost one of the regulars his job. Here's hoping he has a col- lege athletic career ahead. E If 3,1 LaVerne Eilers Eiler's lack of experience was a handicap to him but he should develop into an A-1 hoopster by next season. He is strong, aggressive, and fast. As a member of the second team he was outstanding both offensively and de- fensively. We predict a big year for him in 1929-30. .., .v .A N -.I L., Russell CLicketyJ Ogden As the regular back guard during the first half of the season, Russell played a hard, aggressive, and heady game. He could be depended on to con- sider the basket he was defending his personal property, and to prevent tres- passing by the opponents. 1 9 2 9 sikikcsik THE MARUGULIA REVIEW OF SEASON'S GAMES Nov. 27-Chandlerville 35, Meredosia 21-there. Meredosia was defeated to the tune of 35-21. Enough said. Dec. 7-Chandlerville 26, Manito 21-here. A hard fought game all the way, but the outcome was never in doubt. Dec. 14-Chandlerville 40, Bath 30-there. The Chandlerville fans got their money's worth at this game as it was easily won. Dec. 21-Chandlerville 22, Ashland 29-there. The Chandlerville crew being off form and the basket shooting abil- ity of the Ashland team were two of the good reasons for the Ashland victory. Jan. 2-Chandlerville 49, Bath 13-here. The old team. was back in the old form. Everyone was in his right place at the right time, and it was just too bad for Bath. Jan. 4-Chandlerville 10, Beardstown 32-there. Beardstown was our jinx and we lost our second conference game to them by a big margin. Jan. 10, 11. 12-Bi-County Tournament-Beardstown. We met our old rivals, Ashland, again but this time on a mutual floor and we downed them to the tune of 23-17. The second team wasn't quite so fortunate for they lost a hard fought game to Beardstown 17-20, after being Bi-County Champions last year. In the finals of the tournament, we played one of the fastest and most thrilling games played on the Beardstown floor. With but fifty sec- onds to go, we held a three point lead, only to see it float away to a two point defeat, 29-27. 1 9 2 9 l'agc'f01'ty-six THE MARUGOLIA Jan. 16-Chandlerville 31, Virginia 22-here. Our opponents were downed in a well-played game. Jan. 19-Chandlerville 28, Athens 33-here. The Athens quintet came to Chandlerville for the first time in the history of our city. What a thrill it was to see Chandlerville hold an eight point lead, and then what a disappointment to see the score cut away by every shot of the Athens men going through the hoop. Jan. 24, 25. 26-Ashland Invitational Tournament. Chandlerville was decidedly one of the under-dogs of this tourna- ment. By drawing a bye, we met and defeated Petersburg 28-24, thus winning our way into the semi-finals. Again we met Ashland and trotted onto the floor at the half eleven points behind. However, we gave them the scare of their lives before they defeated us 26-23. We met Beardstown in the consolation game and were downed by them, 28-21. Kenneth Cook was selected Captain and Forward of the All Star team and was awarded the individual trophy for the most valu- able player to his team. Jan. 29-Chandlerville 18, Petersburg 17-there. Chandlerville, stalling the last five minutes of the game, gained a one point lead. Feb. 7, 8, 9-Rushville Invitational Tournament. . Versailles afforded us little opposition in the first game. Chandler- ville took the victory with a score of 31-21. The second game was with Beardstown. The game started off very slowly, with Chandlerville playing a stalling game and keeping the score down to a 6-6 tie the first quarter. In the third quarter Beardstown's forwards ran wild and took the score to a 28-10 victory. Chandlerville won the third place trophy by downing the strong Ipava quintet in the consolation game. In the last minute of play, Chandlerville took a four point lead, winning with the score 20-16. Feb. 11-Chandlerville 15, Meredosia 12-here. Chandlerville played a slow game which bewildered the opponents. The score was tied many times during the game. 1 9 2 9 Page forty-seven THE MARUGOLIA Feb. 15-Chandlerville 33, Virginia 30-there. For the second time this year, Virginia was defeated by the Chand- lerville five. A great many fouls were called on both teams. Feb. 20-Chandlerville 18, Havana 16-there. This was expected to be a hard-fought game, for Havana was out for revenge from the previous year. Although the roads were bad and no fans were able to follow the team, Chandlerville came back victorious. Feb. 22-Chandlerville 22, Ashland 24-here. The Chandlerville boys played a good game but the Ashland loopers brought their good luck with them and were able to keep the lead most of the time. Feb. 25-Chandlerville 22, Beardstown 20-here. After being defeated four times during the season, the flashy C'ville quintet defeated Beardstown in a thrilling game. The score at the half was 12-11 with Beardstown in the lead. A few field goals gave C'ville the upper hand and a two point victory. Feb. 27-Chandlerville 21, Rushville 13-here. Coach Love's team proved to be a tough foe during the first half with a lead of 9-2. C'ville then hit their usual stride in the last half and took the undisputable lead of 21-13. The gym was crowded to see the last home game of the season. Mar. 2-Chandlerville 28, Athens 25-there. The Maroon and Old Gold quintet traveled many miles to reach Athens, but were repaid by a hard earned victory. This was the first time C'ville had ever defeated an Athens team. March 7. 8, 9-District Tournament-Rushville. As in all previous tournaments this season, Chandlerville drew a bye. Our game was played with Bardolph, and after an overtime period we were forced to take the small end of the score. King made the point that tied the score, and a long shot made by Garner after the gun was Enot counted. Chandlerville was counted out of the tournament with a score of 32-30. 1 9 2 9 'age or y-eig THE MARUGOLIA 1' S l Oleson, G. Garner, Abbott Duckwiler, Vaughn, Upp. SEASON'S STATISTICS Total games won ................,...,................., 2 Total games lost ...,........... .... 7 Total points C. C. H. S. ...,.... ........ 1 26 Total points Opponents ........ ........ 1 62 SEASON'S RECORD Dec. 14 at Bath ,.............,..... .......,...............,........ C .C. H. S. 18-Bath 19 Jan. 2 at Chandlerville ........,......,...,... ............,............ C . C. H. S. 14-Bath 9 C. C. H. S. 13-Beardstown 24 Jan. 10-12-Bi-County Tournament ..........,C C. C. H. S. 17-Beardstown 20 Jan. 4 at Beardstown .C...,C..,....,...,.,.....C.......,. Jan. 19 at Chandlerville ...C,..,......,........ .......,.. C . C. H. S. 15--Athens 17 Jan. 24-26-Ashland Tournament ..... ..,..... C . C. H. S. 9-Ashland 5 Feb. 22 at Chandlerville ..........,,.,.... ...,,..C C . C. H. S. 10-Ashland 14 Feb. 25 at Chandlerville ...... ...... C . C. H. S. 17-Beardstown 23 March 2 at Athens ........... .......... C . C. H. S. 13-Athens 31 1 9 2 9 Page forty-nine THE MARUGOLIA f ,.:.as . RSX Rf, 151-ilii ne w R A SEASONS TRACK RECORD Frank Sheedy: W. I. H. S.-Second Place, Running Broad Jump. Jack Garner : W. I. H. S.-First place, Running Broad Jump: County meet-Second place, Discus. Julius Nollsch: W. I. H. S.-Third Place, Running High Jump. Carl McDonald: W. I. H. S.-Second place. Mile Run: County Meet- Second place, Mile Run: W. I. H. S.-Third Place, High Hurdles: District Meet-Second place, Mile Run. Kenneth Cook: W. I. H. S.-First place, 50-yd. Dash: First place, 100-yd Dash: First place, 220-yd. Dash: County Meet-First place, 50- yd. Dash: Second place, 100-yd. Dash: Second place, 220-yd. Dash: Forrest City Meet-First place, 50-yd. Dash: First place, 100-yd. Dash: Rushville Meet-First place, 100-yd. Dash: First place, 220-yd. Dash: District Meet-Third place, 50-yd. Dash. Russel Ogden: W. I. H. S.-Third place, Mile Run. Glenn Salzman: W. I. H. S.-First place, Shot Put: First place, Discus: Second place, Javelin Throw: County Meet-First place, Shot Put Knew recordb : First place, Discus Throw: Second place, Jav- elin Throw: Forrest City Meet-Third place, Shot Put: Rush- ville Meet-First place, Shot Put: Third place, Discus: Havana Relays-Second place, Shot Put: District Meet-Second place Shot Put: Fourth place, Discus. 1 9 2 9 Page fifty THE MARUGOLIA GYM AND LEM ,lf ...... ya tu ...... ya ,li ...... H5 sb: ...... iz? Page fifty-one THE MARUGOLIA . Q," A if I -gf. if - f ' uw.-un. Q 'V' I k I U .Q -1 'i ' l, J 9-5' vj' ., 9 1 A C s . ' H 1 Mft ' 'JN A ' 6 zooa.oeY,nvKFRs z ' ' Ak 'I L 513231. 1-H. 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There was confetti in everyone's mouth, hair, and eyes: and there was rouge and lipstick on every boy and girl as they issued from the Beauty Parlor. Many a sucker was pulled from the Fish Pondwg and above all the bedlam rose the strains of "Home, Sweet Home," played most beautifully by our incomparable musicians, "Pat and Mike." In case of hunger or thirst the Tea Room beckoned you. Toy Balloons gave it the appearance of Virginia on the glorious "4th." Everyone young and old forced himself into the spirit of the Carnival and a huge success resulted. SECOND NIGHT The second night of student jollity introduced five new acts of vaudeville. "Levi Beginski," in the person of Thomas Oleson made a clean breast of his troubles, domestic and financial before the huge audience. When the laughter subsided the "Irish Alibi" was presented, followed by "Foil- ed by Heckg' "Don't Shoot" and "Curses, What a Night." Beyond a doubt these playlets were so chock full of mirth that even the most grouchy were forced to smile. The vil- lains were most vile and the heroic heroes made love quite on a par with the Barrymores and Gilberts. Yes, it was a great entertainment-all of them. J. G. '29 "- Ami' 1 9 2 9 Page fifty-four THE MARUGOLIA Top Row: Marjorie Amant, Pauline Gebhards, Louise Crumrin, Eloise Cherry. Middle Row: Russel Sarff, LaVerne Eilers, Woodrow Williams. Bottom Row: Jack Garner, Gary Osborne, Thomas Oleson, Mr. Connor, Advisor. STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS Thomas Oleson ssYsssss..ss.ss.s .......sss...,.,...s....s,...,...s.ss...,.,s P resident Jack Garner ,.,.sl.. ,.s,.sl S ecretary 1 9 2 9 Page fzjty-five THE MARUGULIA GIRLS' GLEE CLUB First Row: Jeanette Scott, Lenna Ishmael, Kathrine Nollsch, Paul- ine Murphy, Mildred Finch, Carrie Bell Abbott, Lucille Garner, Miss Temple, Dortha Miller, Alice Marie Cooper. Second Row: Nina Carlock, Elinor Gebhards, Marjorie Amant, Irene Ainsworth, Helen Eichanauer, Dorothy Finch, Marie Updike, Jessie Blair, Zelda Williams, Norma Ray. Third Row: Juanita Jordan, Effie Ogden, Ethel Barret, Mattie Clemons, Edna Garner, Elisabeth Turner, Elizabeth Nollsch, Velma Miller, Faye Watkins. Bottom Row: Louise Glick, Hazel Phelps, Eloise Cherry, Alice Marie Greb, Louise Neff, Helen Miller, Pauline Gebhards, Imogene Dietsch. 1 9 2 9 Page ' ty-six THE MARUGOUA GIRLS' GLEE CLUB CCNCERT Miss Temple-Director Pauline Murphy-Accompanist Daybreak ..,... ,....,.......,......A,...............................a.,..,.. aaa.. C . F. Wilson Girls' Glee Club Reading ........... ..,.........,.......,.,.,......... . . ., .......... Betty Connor Baby Sister Blues .......,.........,..........,.,....................,.......,.... Henery I. Marshall Marjorie Amant and Lucille Garner Our Bungalow of Dreams .....o,,.,................................,........,, ........ J oe Verges Jack Garner and Louis Clegg Neapolitan Nights ..........,...............................................,...,. T. S. Zarnecnik In The Garden of Tomorrow ....... ........ J essie L. Deppen Mighty Lak' a Rose ..,..........,..................,.,.......,...... .,... E thelbert Nevin Girls' Glee Club When Irish Eyes Are Smiling ..,........,.....,.............................. Ernest R. Ball Ethel Barrett and Lucille Garner Bohunkus and Josephus Making Whoopee ................,..................,................ Louis Clegg, Jack Garner, Vernon Garner, Paul Woodruff, Frank Sheedy St. Patrick's Day ........r.,..........,..,...,............................................... J. A. Parks Polly Put the Pepper in the Tea ..................,,...,.... .,.... H erry C. Eldridge Girls' Glee Club Mother Machree .....,.. ,.....,....,.......................... ..,.. C h auncey Olcott LaVerne Eilers Father Machree ....,...,.......i.. ........................................ ....... G e rald Garner Whistle, Mary, Whistle .....................,....,...................i.......... ........ ........ .,...,., Irene Ainsworth and Eloise Cherry Hours of Dreaming ................, J. ,..................,,,................,,,,,,,,i,,, Franz Schubert Anchored ...........r.,., ....,.............................,....... ..,,.,. M . Watson Girls' Glee Club 1 9 2 9 Page fifty-seven THE MARUGOLIA BASHFUL NIR. BOBBS Carefully trained for the preclicaments of a bashful young man's life, the Junior class presented the three act comedy "Bashful lVIr. Bobbs" to a large group of loyal Chandlerville play-goers. LaVerne Eilers, the bashful young man found himself in many em- barassing situations because his cousin Marston Bobbs, alias Donald Mc- Arthur could not get by with having two fiancees. Dorothy Huffman, as Jean Graham, with the aid of Kathrine Henderson and her husband, Zelda Williams and Paul Woodruff, succeed in winning the bashful one and turning Marston over to Celesta, Pauline Gebhards, his first love. Gerald Garner, as Obadiah Stump, successfully kept Mrs. Wiggins, Lucilge Garner, from 'jumping on him" long enough to win the love of the French maid, Imogene Dietch. CHARACTERS Katherine Henderson, A young Wife .,..,.....,,... .,..,... Z elda Williams Frederick Henderson, Her husband .....,..,c.., ,,...,. P aul Woodruff Mrs. Wiggins, The landlady ....,....,..olo,.,.......,.... ..,....... L ucile Garner Obadiah Stump, A fresh country product .,..... .,..... G erald Garner Frances Whittaker, An athletic girl .,.....,..l,... .............,. J essie Blair Rosalie Otis, A society bud ............,.........,... ..... A lice Marie Cooper Mr. Robert V. Bobbs, The bashful one ....... .......,...,.. L aVerne Eilers Jean Graham, A Delaware peach .....,.,..c. ......, D orothy Huffman Marston Bobbs, Anything but bashful ..... l,,lo,.o.. D onald McArthur Celesta Vanderpool, Of the "Movies" .......... ...v. P auline Gebhards Julie, Her French maid from Paris, Ky. .... ....... I mogene Dietsch Directed by Barbara Smith Time :-Day before yesterday. Locality:-Any suburb. Time of Representation:--Two and one-half hours. ACT I. Was he a Burglar? Late afternoon in June. ACT II. A Human Butterfly. Nearly night. ACT III. Thieves and bridegrooms. That night Kas they say in the Moviesl. 1 9 2 9 Page fifty-eight THE MARUGOUA if sfo Q29 Q9 S as K , . n Q , - Q AH ....... ,Q ,AM .. .... ,, A3536 1929 giliiil Page fifty-nine THE MARUGOLIA SOCIAL SEPTEMBER 16 The Seniors started the social activities of the school year With a hike and Wiener roast for the benefit of the Sophs. Under a full Septem- ber moon, they hiked to a secluded grove in the hills Where a camp fire was started and games were played. Over the dying embers of the camp fire, Wieners were roasted and eaten 'mid unusual jollity. Supper over all UD trekked home. SEPTEMBER 16 The Sophs entertained the Freshies with a Wiener roast and hike, to introduce them into the proper school spirit. They Were rather timid at first, but Were soon induced to join the fun. In crossing the creek sev- eral of them accidentally fell in and were drenched. Hot cocoa revived them and the party continued. A short cut through the hills added to the Frosh's enjoyment. They arrived safely home. SEPTEMBER 19 The Juniors and Sophs next renewed acquaintances with a hike to Maple Grove. The eats were transported by motor bus to the front line trenches, whence the Sophs' imperial guard held off the attackers until reinforcements arrived. The hikers, after amusing themselves by climb- ing Devil's Night Cap, returned to camp and disposed of sixmelons, a quantity of Wieners, and a huge container of cocoa. SEPTEMBER 20 The next night the Freshman class entertained the Sophs at a Wiener roast somewhere in the hills. The usual routine of games, eats, and songs was followed. The curfew spoiled the party, for the Sophs were sent home to bed. OCTOBER 19 The Sophs furnished the real treat of the early season when they invited the Seniors to a "Whoopee" party in the gym, on Friday night. Everyone came dressed for the occasion, the faculty setting the best ex- amples. Special games were played, speeches were made, songs Were sung, then the eats, and Boy! what eats they Were: sandwiches of all kinds, pickles, cake, ice cream, and cocoa, and plenty of it. Then came the sham battle and then-we Went home. 1 9 2 9 Page sixty THE MARUGOI-IA NOVEMBER 9 The Sophomore girls decided to honor their class boy friends. with a taffy pulling party at the home of Juanita Jordan. The revelers were mostly concealed by taffy before the evening was over. Indigestion pills were greatly in demand the next day. NOVEMBER 21 The Senior boys, high school champs, were given a party at the home of Irene Ainsworth, by the Senior girls. The most delightful menu of the season was consumed rather easily. Card games were played, Louise Crumrin and Kathrine Nollsch receiving the prize, a delicious box of can- dy. The refreshments: Sandwiches, pickles, hot chocolate, fruit salad, whipped cream, cake, and candy. Luckily everyone found his way back across the river befone morn- ing. Yea, Seniors! .MARCH 6 The Seniors. thinking spring had come, betook themselves on a hike and wiener roast. Old man winter rolled back and everyone hung close to the campfire. A thoroughly chilled bunch of Seniors came home on party schedule this night. MARCH 9 . The Sophomores took advantage of a spring day by taking a hike to Virginia Hill. Refreshments of wieners, buns, olives, and marshmallows were served. Wonder' what became of the rest of those buns? 1 9 2 9 qi ...... hr qi ...... wa qi ...... he . Page sixty-one THE MARUGUUA LITERARY "THE OLD CHANDLER HOUSE" It is only 2:00 P. M. Outside the wind is moaning and a cold mist is falling. I am all alone and wondering how I shall pass the remainder of the afternoon. As I gaze on the surrounding landscape, something sud- denly catches my eye. It is the old Chandler House, or what now remains of it. What a flood of recollections it brings to mind. My first thought is of a young man and young woman in West Wood- stock, Connecticut. As we look at them we can see from the expression on their faces, they are happy, and they have a right to be for a baby boy has just been born to them. The date of his birth is July 2, 1806. We watch him as one birthday after another passes until, we see him leaving his home to enter a medical school at Castleton, Vermont, from which he is graduated with an M. D. degree in June 1827. Another big event oc- curs this same year, for he is married to Miss Mary E. Rickard. We fol- low him, after his marriage, until he locates in Scituate, Rhode Island, in 1829. Then like all young men of that day he is seized with the desire to go west. He withstands that desire as long as possible, but in 1832 he. with his wife and little daughter, Jane fMrs. Shawl sets out for Fort Clark, now Peoria, Illinois. He is stopped at Beardstown by the Black Hawk war and finally locates on the Sangamon River, in Cass County. Here we see the young man, being so charmed by the lay of the land, the richness of the soil, and the thrift of vegetation, enter 160 acres of land where Chandlerville now stands, and before the summer of his first arrival passes, he has built a comfortable log cabin and a crop of buck- wheat is blossoming at his door. His cabin is well erected on the spot where the Congregational Church now stands, and his plow is the first to stir the soil within the limits of the village. We now see the young man Cwho, of course, is Dr. Charles Chandler! with the help of Abraham Lincoln, lay out the village of Chandlerville. 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-two THE MARUGCLIA In the year 1834 or '35, we see Dr. Chandler building a blacksmith shop, and the following year, the first store. If we will now glimpse into Dr. Chandler's home we will see five children, Mrs. Shaw, Mrs. Gen. C. E. Lippencott, Mrs. Frackelton, Charles E. and Harrison T. We see sadness visit this little home in 1840, for Mrs. Chandler passes away. But happi- ness again enters the home in 1842 when Dr. Chandler marries Miss Clarissa Child. Three children came to bless this home. We watch him as he builds the first frame house, 10 by 12 and one- story, ever built in Cass County. And then the present large residence on the Chandler Estate in 1836. A few crumbling walls are still present to mark the site of his last residence. Y. But what is that noise? The clock is striking five. I have been awakened from my day-dreaming to find the wind still moaning and the mist still falling. But a long lonesome afternoon has been passed, and as I gaze on the ruins of the old Chandler House, it conveys a new thought and meaning to me. I. A. '29 "NEW YEAR'S EVE" The snow with soft and lustrous sheen, Like ghosts in clouds of serpentine, Unlike the winged blast of rain. Enshrouded cloaks o'er hill and fane. With veils of snow enshrouded deep, While eddies of snow in whirlpools leap. The ice appears in crystals bare, Like peerless diamonds that nature wears. With rain and snow the seasons entwine To mark the eve of the year, '29. T. O. '29 1 9 2 9 age szx y- ree THE MARUGOLIA "MY OLD PAL" I watch him as he travels up the dusty railroad track With a bundle of his clothing, swaying freely at his back, With a small bouquet of daisies swinging limply in his hand, And a walking stick he borrowed from an old umbrella stand. It seems to me I know him as he ambles up the track, Yes, we were pals in High School, memories are coming back. Seems he never had a lesson, for he didn't even try, He simply took life easy and just let the clouds roll by. Folks are bound to think I'm crazy, when I tell them, this is sad. He was sure the brightest student that C. H. S. ever had. How distinctTy I remember how the cow flew in the gym, But no matter what I think of, all my thoughts go back to him. So when time relieves my troubles and I amble up the track, That leads to the hereafter, will he be there at my back. With the same old antique bonnet, tilted slightly o'er his eye, And a grin of satisfaction since he'd told the world "Goodbye ?" J. G. '29. " DAILY ROUTINEH' In the assembly every morning Come the same old angry cries, "Get to work and stop your whispering Or I'll give you a surprise." "Get to work this very instant Haven't you a thing to do ?" "I'll send you to Mr. Connor He'l1 tell you a thing or two." Then we all begin to study With a will for work, you know. For if you get your teachers angry, Believe me you don't stand a show. So with scolding. then with praising We trudge on along the way. With our teachers' patient training We shall reach the goal, some day. D. M. '30 Page sixty-four THE MARUGOLIA g, EVE RY -W K .DAY SC EN E ' i Q f----fl , ., ....-..,v- ,, .. .. , . ...,.......-..-...-...V A.....m... AMW 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-fi'z'v THE MARUGO'-IA 1928-MARUGOLIA CALENDAR--1929 AUGUST 27-Registration-record breaking crowd. SEPTEMBER 3-Dr. J. G. Franken doffed his hat to 94 students in assembly this morning. 4--Full schedule. 5-Election of Senior Class officers. 6-Wieners and marshmallows !-hike-yes, Seniors and Sophs. 7-Five bells summoned us to assembly today. First but not last time. 10--The Sophs cheated us out of initiating the Freshmen. 11-Dr. Boone made us a call-not professional either. 12-Russell Ogden quits ???? geometry class. We decided to publish the Marugolia or it wouldn't be here. 13-The two Freshmen council members get lost in the Senior room and don't show up for council meeting. 14-Smith sisters entertain assembly with guitar music. 17-Seniors elect Marugolia officers. 18-Ouch! Who put that sand-bur under me ? ,Junior class decides to put on play. 19-Juniors took the Sophs on a hike out to Maple Grove. Misses Brock and Temple initiated. Mr. Connor absent from school. 20-Mr. Connor still sick. Sophs are guests of the Freshies at the Vir- ginia Hill. 21-Mr. Lawson of the Capitol Engraving Company speaks to the Seniors about the annual.-Talk about love! Paul V. surely loves his pet mouse. 24-Mr. Connor returns to his duties. "Lem,' builds a fire. ---Seniors launch subscription campaign with special Marugolia as- sembly. 26-Pauline Henry visits school. 27-Those who are failing in their studies beware. 28-Frank S. quits?? Student Council meets and elects Thomas O. President. 25 OCTOBER 1-Jack G. elected Secretary of Council. 2-Alumni just can't keep away. Herthaand Faye visit C. H. S. -Sophs go hunting?? Oh, yes: for butterflies. 4-Mr. Magill takes his turn at laughing-What for 'Z At Sophs disagreeing over their party. 5--Council votes to put on a carnival Oct. 24-25. 8-Some scramble-Thirty-two new volumes arrive for the library. 9-Mr. Connor reads a number of poems to the students in the assembly. 101-Examinations. Oh my. 11--Those brilliant grades in Physics. Too good for the grade book. -Teachers all leave for the week-end. -Blue Monday. But thank goodness those tests are over. 9 U 12 15 1 9 2 9 'age six y-sm: ...... ...... THE MARUGOLIA ...... .... 16 18 -"What did you get ?" I didn't get an A. I don't see why." -Practice for carnival plays. 19--Sophs entertain Seniors at a party. 22- Dr. Boone gave a talk on current events. 23-Carnival preparations. The schedule changed. 24 Why is everyone looking so happy? Oh yes. Tonight is the H. S. Carnival. 25-Students are enjoying themselves. Teachers Institute and the vaude- ville looked forward to. 26-Carnival voted a success by everyone who attended. 29-Basketball practice starts. 30-Everyone dolls up. Going to have their pictures taken. 31--Junior Connor speaks "Little Orphan Annie." 1- Seniors order invitations. NOVEMBER Seniors winners of class tournament. 2-No eighth period classes. Ogden quits school. 5--Hot I'll say. Political arguments that's why. 6-Glee Club learns new song. 7- -Students sleepy because they sat up late listening to election returns. 8-Mr. Connor and Miss Smith pick Junior play cast. 9-Mr. Connor displays his world war relics to students. 12-"You're going to let me have one of those pictures, aren't you? Lick- ety returns. He's worse than a bad penny. 13-Mr. Connor pleads for better conduct and loyalty of C. H. S. stu- dents. 14-Junior Class begins play practice. 15-Just November days. That's all. 16--Rain keeps country students at home. . 19-Preparations for more Six Weeks exams. 20-Six Weeks exams. 21-Senior party. 22-State H. S. Conference at Urbana. 26-Student Council meets again. 27-Our first B. B. game won. And how! C. H. S. vs. Meredosia 35-21. 28-No one eating much. Saving up for tomorrow. 30-Thanksgiving over and no hospital cases reported. DECEMBER 3-Junior play practice. 4-A few buttons found around hall. Ask Bob Boensel. 5 -Since it is near Christmas the teachers decorated the report cards in red. 6-Dale K. leaves part of his necktie. 7-Too bad, Manito, but turn about is fair play. 26-21. 10-Student Council meets. 11-Juniors have dress rehearsal for play. 12-Wasn't the play good? J. Oliver leaves before schedule, at Coach Magill's request. 13-Frank decides they need him no longer in algebra. 14-Wheel Another game won! C'ville 40-Bath 30. ..-.- yi .---.. GQ ,..-.. 5-E .--... gg sq .--.-. ZCX Page sixty-seven THE MARUGOLIA 15- 18- 19- 20 Seniors vote down proposed Alumni banquet. Mr. Connor starts a series of talks about his travels in France in 1917 and 1918. Freshies discovered writing letters to Santa. -Miss Smith entertains Junior class and play cast. 21-Our Christmas program, and did you see those presents the teachers 2 3 41 got? ' JANUARY -School opens again. The new year started off right with a victory for us over Bath, 49-13. -Miss Smith must have had too much vacation. The doctor sent her to bed with the flu. C. H. S. visits B. H. S. 7-J. G. loses his Social Problems book again. 8 -Mr Quaintance of C. I. P. S. gives us a very interesting talk on pre- ventable deaths. 9-B. B. boys get sick before tournament. 10 11 14 15 16 17 18 21 22 23 25 28 29 30 31 1 4 5 6 7 8 11 -Mr. C. gives another travel talk. -Chandlerville beats Ashland at Bi-County. 8 out of 21 Seniors at- tend school. -Faculty sets Jan. 28 and 29 for semester exams. -School goes on as usual. -Mr. Love accompanies Mr. Cox to the Virginia-C'ville game, and C'ville wins 31-22. -Junior English class observes Franklin's birthday. -Usual classes. Pep meeting for the Athens game. -Conn Instrument representative comes to organize a school band. Forty sign for instruments. -Mr. Connor gives another travel talk-this time about cooties and rats in the trenches. --Reviews start. Students talk examinations. -Final day of review. Chandlerville plays in the Ashland tournament. -Semester exams, and you should hear some of the answers that the teachers get. -Teacher's war cry "They shall not pass." -New semester starts and the new schedule is tried and approved. -Teachers training class and the solid geometry class each have five members. FEBRUARY -Louis Clegg goes to sleep and talks in his sleep in the assembly. Sen-- iors discuss the Marugolia and set March 20 as the final day for all copy. -Willard Sutton transfers to Beardstown High School and Russell Ogden goes to Canton to work. -Mr. Connor explains war terms to the students. -Miss Smith forgets to quiz the botany class. -Mr. Connor describes more War experiences. -Mr. Jenkins and Mr. Chambers arrive to further the organization of the band. Students have a pep meeting for the Rushville tournxa- ment. Mr. Connor is the cheer leader and Mr. Magill the spokesman. -Chandlerville defeats Meredosia 15-12 with Cook unable to play. 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-eight ga --..uu if gq --..-. F gen- --wa gg .-n--. wx GE ..-. -.F 12-Mr. Magill presents the third place trophy to the high school. The students observe Lincoln's birthday in the afternoon. C'vi1le defeats Petersburg 18-17. 13-Mr. Connor makes another talk on shell-shock. 14-Miss Brock called home because of her father's illness. 15-Chandlerville defeats Virginia 33-30. Some more of the band instru- ments arrive. 18-Seniors begin the copy for the Marugolia. 19-State Inspector Hood drops in for a friendly visit. 20-C'ville invades Havana and brings home a score 18-16. 21-The basketball team arrives home on the ten o'clock train. 22-The basket ball and track pictures are taken for the Marugolia. Henry Blair, Hershel Stuber, Elmo Saye, Watson Trowbridge and Kayo Mullen visit school. 25-C'ville defeats Beardstown 22-20 but loses to the second team. 26-Have a pep meeting to give the team and the coach a glad hand. Seniors have a class meeting. 27-Have a pep meeting in honor of the retiring senior players. Cook and Manager Vaughn make speeches. Defeat Rushville 22-17. 28-Glee Club practices for concert. MARCH 1-Bad roads keep Mr. Chambers away. 4-B. B. boys come back from Athens game with red whoopee caps. Mr. Harbison loans the high school a radio so we can hear the inaugural address. 5-Paul Vollmers brings a live mouse to school. 6-Seniors rush the season and take themselves on a hike. 7-Dr. Boone advises us to be vaccinated for small-pox. Lights are being installed in the school building. 8-B. B. boys go to the Rushville District tournament and lose an over- time game to Bardolph 30-32. 11-Glee Club postpones the concert because of small-pox. Students and Faculty get vaccinated. 12-New Berlin invites C'ville to a basketball tournament. 13-Seniors send out the engraving work. 14-Students and weather indicate spring fever. 15-Country students unable to get to school on account of the rain. -Junior girls start plans for the Junior-Senior banquet. -Sophs take a hike to the Virginia Hill. -Mr. Connor takes us through the Armistice. -Teachers visit schools in Springfield. 22--Root-toot-toot teacher's institute. 25-Track practice starts. Moving pictures are made at the high school. 28'-Basketball boy's banquet. 18 19 20 21 APRIL 17-Girls Glee Club gives a concert under the direction of Miss Temple. 23-Junior-Senior Banquet. 27-Cass County Track Meet at Ashland. MAY 30-Commencement. 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-nine THE MARUGOLIA MEMORIES Oft I remember those whom I have known In other days, to Whom my heart was led As by a magnet, and who are not dead, But absent, and their memories overgrown With other thoughts and troubles of my own, As graves with grasses are, and at their head The stone with moss and lichens o'erspread, Nothing is legible but the name alone. And is it so with them? After long yearsg Do they remember me in the same way, And is the memory pleasant as to me 'Z I fear to ask: Yet wherefore are my fears? Pleasures, like flowers, may wither and decay And yet the root perennial may be. tliongfellowl 1 9 2 9 Page srrucfvzty THE MARUGOLIA .XP- Q, Q59 f"?:I:': fx. TV V. ,M B ""'1'3..g - ,.n A , s? -.. "' , W ?,xAI, L -BCE!! 5: . X il F35 5 -if . 1 9 2 9 age seven y-one THE MARUGCLIA CLASS PROPHECY CF 1898 New York, New York May 25, 1905 Miss Annie Morse, M. D. Dear Old Friend: Yours of a few days ago was very gladly received. I had been won- dering what you were doing. Am very glad to know that you have reach- ed the top of the ladder in your chosen profession. But to think of you as a doctor is almost too much for me. You who used to faint at the thought of a mouse and go into a swoon at the sight of blood, to now daily face the horrors of lung-fever, small-pox, and broken limbs. What changes time makes! I suppose when I see you again you will be going around in the soberest of faces and the plainest of dresses. Thank you for your kind wishes for myself. I have been more suc- cessful than I ever expected to be. I little thought in those old school days at Chandlerville when I used to waste my time Cas the teacher thoughtl in sketching the boys and other things that it was more than a pastime. I expect to sail in a few weeks for Italy for five weeks study. I shall be very glad to call on Marie Loomis when in Venice, still I hardly think she will be lonely for I understand Will Taylor is also there studying music. He has been traveling with a famous band for the last two years and was considered quite fine and now after a few years' study abroad will certainly take America by storm. You asked about Tilden McDonald. He did study law, was admitted to the bar in one of the western states, hung out his shingle and practiced for a short time. Tilt was entirely too quiet for a lawyer and an indoor life did not agree with him. He turned his attention to baseball and is now pitcher in one of the league clubs. I witnessed a game- that he pitch- ed last year and must say that his curves are perfection itself. At Washington, D. C., last winter I suddenly ran into Fred Neill. He was there attending a C. E. Association. He is a minister now. With him was a very nice-looking lady whom Rev. Neill introduced to me as his wife. While there also saw Charles Amant. He is a senator from Illinois now. He was very busy at that time trying to get a bill through congress to appropriate money to dredge and straighten the Sangamon, so that river steamers may run up to Chandlerville. With all his new found dig- nity Charles doesn't forget the interest of the home-folks. He informs me that Harry still drives cattle with John Kruse. I saw Edgar Read in his circus role not long ago and he informed us that John Vollmer is a professor in a new college lately established at Saidora. Says John has acquired the addition of spectacles and is grow- 1 9 2 9 Page seventy-two THE MARUGOLIA ing somewhat baldg thinks in a few years John will be a full-fledged pro- fessor. Q You asked about my brother, Ern. Oh, he's a preacher at Anderson. You remember Anderson Station don't you? It has grown up now and is almost as large as Jacksonville. I expect to run back here once in a while and will be glad to accept your invitation to drop in and see you. Am very busy and will have to close. I remain as ever your friend, John Spink THE MEETING OF THE SHIPS When o'er the silent seas alone, For days and nights we've cheerless gone, Oh, they Who've felt it know how sweet, Some sunny morn a sail to meet. Sparkling at once is ev'ry eye. "Ship ahoy! ship ahoy!" our joyful cry, While answering back the sounds we hear, "Ship ahoy! ship ahoy!" what cheer? what cheer ?" Then sails are back'd, we nearer come, Kind words are said of friends and homeg And soon, too soon, we part with pain, To sail o'er silent seas again. -Thomas Moore. S i if A5 .,, gq .---.. wa ,E ----.. H, GE..-...yi 1 9 2 9 'Q .---. ...... t 1 Page se venty-three THE MARUGOLIA ALUMNI CLASS OF 1886 Emma lBowenJ Sinclair ................,,...,...,.,..,. ....,.......,...... U nknown Ethel iMetzmakerJ Milstead ,....... ..,S..... M t. Sterling, Ill. Mary McDonald ..,..,,........i,.i,,........., iiii......,..,,..,... .....,.,..,.... Q D eceasedl Veffie Metzmaker ............iii,...,......,.....,.ii.,i,......,i,.,. ....,..,.... 1 Deceasedl CLASS OF 1888 ' Otto Metzmaker .,,O.,,.,.,.....,iOOiY..,,..,iS..........,.,..... .,O,........ C Deceasedb Stella CPendletonJ Lyles .,,,..,..........,.....e............,.. ...,...,...,,e.,,,.. V irginia, lll. CLASS OF 1889 Bessie CAinsworthl Pilcher ......,.......e..............,1......... Oklahoma City, Okla. George Armstrong, state employee ..,.....L.,,.L11.,. ,....LL L...,.... J a cksonville, Ill. Howard Boone, physician .,e.,........,.,.... .....,L1 C handlerville, lll. Ethel CDysonJ Metzmaker .,1L.11..,..... L111 , . ..L.........,,. fDeceasedl Frank Rickard .....,...,1.,..,.,...,.........,.,,.,.cc..........., .1,,...,. C Deceased! CLASS OF 1890 Emma fDysonl Horrom ., c.....,,.cc...L,c.......,,,c..,c., .,..i.,,,,.......,. C Deceasedl Lydia CGoodelll Wellenoighter .,c..... ..,..Licc J acksonville, Fla. Claude Johnson .......................................,.. ,.,.1... .... . . ..iDeceasedl Nellie fL.eeperD McDonald, teacher ,.....1c...,,. .,......Chandlerville, lll. Robert Pllcher, express agent ,,.......... ooc.........,oc ,,...,.......,... S t . Louis, Mo. Anna fSmithJ James, government employee CLASS OF 1891 Oliver Buck, Metal Wheel Works ....o,........occc Clyde Carr, teacher ...,,...........,.,......,.. Charles Harbison, teacher .,1,.,.,..,., Daisy CWheelockl Harbison .....cc Jennie Lee .......,...,.....,............,........ Mamie fMcCarthyJ Mullen ....coc........c Mary fShoreJ Williams ..,..,.............,... Chas. Skaggs, editor and publisher ..,,.. Robert Rigler, M. D ..,..,,...............,.o..cc......co..,,.... CLASS OF 1892 W. E. Ainsworth, cashier .,i..c,.,.....,..........,,........ Anna Cromlich, milliner ,..........,. William Goodell, lumberman ..,..... William McDonald, salesman ,LL.L.......c,..............,. A. M. Pendleton ...,....,,,.......,.......,...,........,,,,.,,.,.,,,,. CLASS OF 1894 Lena CAmantl Fielden .........,.,........................ Daisy Ballinger .,.,,.,...... . .........,..............,........,.. . John Goodell, county surveyor ....., Emma fMcDonaldJ Ross ......,..... ...Washington D. C. ..,........,.....Havana, Ill. ..........,.Chandlerville, lll. ...,,.,.London Mills, Ohio ......,.London Mills, Ill. ,,.........,.,.,...1'Deceasedl ........Chandlerville, Ill. .............,,.CDeceasedl ,..,.,.,....,.Pekin, Ill. Louis, Mo. ....,. Mason City, Ill. ..,.Los Angeles. Calif. ...............,...CDeceasedl ................Peoria, Ill. .fDeceasedJ .. fDeceasedl ............CDeceasedJ ....,..Beardstown, Ill. ., ,fDeceasedl 1 9 2 9 Page seventy-four THE MARUGOLIA Eula QMetzmakerJ Weaver ....,. ,,,,,.,.,,,,, O range, Calif, Laura fRiglerl Sorrels .....,,......,......,.......,....,.,,. ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A shland, Ill, Anna CShoreJ Nelson ...................................., ,,.,. .......... C handler-ville, Ill. CLASS OF 1895 W. D. Leeper ....,.,....................,......................,...... .,.. ....,.,... C D eceasedl Emma CRethornl Schewe ...........,.......................,... ......... B eardstown, Ill. CLASS OF 1896 Bertha Dyson, seamstress .........,......................,,. ..A..,. C handlerville, Ill. Birdie lFisherl Rickard ..,...,..,.......,,,. .,..,..,... M iami, Fla. Ethel fLeeperj Lehman, teacher ...... ............Eureka, Ill. Daniel McCarthy, accountant .....,..............,...... ....... H ammond, Ind. Nellie fMcDonaldl Silker .................................... l..... C hester, Nebr. CLASS OF 1897 Claude L. Fielden, merchant ....................,.......... ....... S pringfield, Ill. Nina CGoodelll Fielden ..............,.,.,,............o...... ..... S pringfield, Ill. Edith fHenkleJ Vollmers ..,... A. L. Johnson, farmer ....,.......... fDeceasedy .......Chandlerville, Ill. W. W. Mullen, teacher ............,..,...... ...... . Chandlerville, Ill. Edward Staley, bond salesman ......................... .......... N ashua, Iowa CLASS OF 1898 Charles Amant, merchant ........................... .... ....... C h andlerville, Ill. Harry Amant, physician .................. C. Pearl CArmstrongl Rethron ...,.. Clark E. Bowman, jeweler ......... Sally Ann CCookl Bair .............. Archie Linter, mail carrier .... . H. Marie Loomis, teacher ........ Arthur Linter, teacher ............ Caroline Market, seamstress ......, Leo Neff, merchant ............................. Fred W. Neil, druggist ............................. Oliver E. Reid, farmer .............................. John E. Rethron, assistant cashier ....,,,. Irvin Scott, Insurance agent .................. ..........Springfield, Ill. Chandlerville, Ill. Harbinger. Texas St. Louis, Mo. Chandlerville, Ill. ..............Hinsdale, Ill. ..........Petersburg, Ill. ..........Chandlerville, Ill. ......................Illiopolis, Ill. ..........Downers Grove, Ill. .............Winchester, Ill. ..............Chandlerville, Ill. .........Cedar Rapids, Iowa Charles Scott, electrician ..................... ................ P ortland, Ore. Ernest O. Spink, insurance agent .................. ........ M ilwaukee, Wis. Nora B. fWingJ Russell ...................................... .............. M ax, Nebr. CLASS OF 1899 Jeptha Armstrong, farmer .............................. ............. C handlerville, Ill. Maude 1BuckJ McCormick ...... .......... L os Angeles. Calif. Winifred fCarrl McNeil, ................. .......... C handlerville, Ill. Clara B. Elliott ........................................ ................... P eoria, Ill. Emma Mae fHashJ Schoonover ............... ............... P eoria, Ill. Kathryn Louise Uohnsonl McNeil ............... ......... S eattle, Wash. Douglas Porter Lucas, superintendent ....... ........ P unte, Calif. Anna H. 1McDonaldl Lynn ....................... ............... I Deceasedl Carrie fMuchl Ellrick ........................... ........ B eardstown, Ill. W. A. McNeil, insurance adjustor ........ ....... C handlerville, Ill. 1 9 2 9 Page seventy-five THE MARUGOLIA Mary S. CRethornJ Harris ,....... V .....Beardstown, Ill. Bertha QSchraderJ Lynn ....,.. , ,,.,,,,,,,,.,,, Bath, Ill, W. H. Taylor, barber ..,........ ..,.... P etersburg, Ill. Dorothy Alice Zorn, nurse ............................,,,,,,,A, ..,.,,,, S pringfield, 111, CLASS OF 1900 Edna E. Beviel' ..............................................,......, v...... M arshfield, Mo. Maude CBevierJ Kirk .,....,.................................... .........,.,,,,..., Q Deceasedj Louie Boensel, poultryman ...... ......... C handler-ville, Ill, Frank H. Fredrick ............e.. ,,.., ,,i..,,,, Q D eceasedy Myrtis CSOurSD Mullen ..,.., ....,.......,.................. .iv.,.Ae. C h andlerville, Ill. CLASS OF 1901 ' Martha fBowmanJ Hash ......,......................,...., ,,..A.,,... C herokee, Okla. Sallie Ann CCampbellJ Samuell ........ Della E. CDearingJ Scheler ........... Nancy fForceD Hanssen .............. Martha fMcDonaldD Schultz ....e... Arthur G. Patterson, salesman ..... Sarah M. Rethorn, teacher ..,.le.. Faye M. fSpinkj Ward ....,...,.. .........Chandlerville. Ill. ........Carlinville, Ill. .............Carroll, Ia. ...........Virginia, Ill. .........Champaign, Ill. ..........Decatur, Ill. ........Springfield, Ill. Alma N. CZornJ Cherry ............,....................,.... ...,.... C handlerville, Ill. CLASS OF 1902 Alberta fBullockJ Howard .....,.............................. ................ I Deceased! Carl Henkle, lumberman .....,....,............,..,........,. ..,...... C harleston, Ill. Lizzie CGebhardtJ Turner ..,.,, Celia Uohnsonl Daniels ..........., Charlotte CMcNeilJ Achamire .,...... Ethel CShoreJ Selecter ......,.,.,.... ....,......Virginia, Ill. .,......Detroit, Mich. Sweet Springs, Mo. Wayne, Ind. Frieda lVollmerJ Zorn ..........,.......,................... ........ C handlerville, Ill. CLASS OF 1905 Lula fAlticJ Fish ................,................................ ...,..... E ast St. Louis, Ill. W. E. Clegg, bond salesman .,.... ............,.,......... P eoria, Ill. Mae CDearingJ Hyatt .............. ,,....,. E ast St. Louis, Ill. G. Benj. Dodson, salesman .,... ..l......,..,,....., P eoria, Ill. Ewell Franken .............,.......,.... .....,........,..... f Deceased! Chestina fKeemleD Haynes ...,.,,.. Edna fLeeperJ Kirchner ..,..... .........Chandlerville, Ill. ................CDeceasedJ Alice W. CPilcherJ Rice ........ . .............. Chicago, Ill. Elsie fRethornJ Chilton .....,................................... .,...... C handlerville, Ill. CLASS OF 1907 Walter Ainsworth, bond salesman ......,.,....,.......... ......,., S t. Louis, Mo. Fern CCulpJ Ingersol ................................,.......... ................... E aston, Ill. Kathryn CHumphreyJ Clegg .....,,.... ........ C handler-ville, Ill. Beaulah B. Keemle, milliner ...... ................ M oline, Ill. Mamie Leeper, musician .......... Eula L. Rethorn, teacher ...,.., .............Virginia, Ill. .......Kalamazoo, Mich. Flossie CSp1nkD ........................ ................... U nknown Ella fSuttonJ Kriegbaum ....... .......... D ecatur, Ill. 1 9 2 9 Page seventy-six ,H ...... 25, THE MARUGOLIA ,M ...... .... CLASS OF 1908 Noah Fairow ...................,...........,........,................ Eva fJohnsonD Clark ..........,... Viola CDodsonD Schaeffer ......... ........Unknown ............Unknown CDeceasedJ ' Ill Elsie S. CHashD Lynn ..................... ............,... P eoria, . Ella M. CHurtD Griffin, teacher ......................... ..,..... C handlerville, Ill. Roscoe G. Linder, teacher ..................................... .,......,.... M acomb, Ill. Ruth Leeper, teacher .L..l,.................................... ............ P otomac, Ill. Grace CSoursJ Murphy ,,,..... ...... Sylvia CHolmesJ Lilliquist .......,. . Loeta fDamarinJ Dickerson ........ .... Hazel Keemle, nurse A... ........ ...,Chandlerville, Ill. ....Chicago. Ill. .,..i....Waukegan, Ill. .............Chicago Ill. Cora fDav1sJ Mitchell .......,...........c...,..,..........,.... .....,. E ast St. Louis: Ill. Chalmers Hurt, salesman ...,..........,.........,.......... ,...,.. C handlerville, Ill. Roscoe Milstead, farmer ...................................... ,....... C handlerville, Ill, Esther Uohnsonb Daniels ................................. ......,..,.,, D ertoit, Mich, Otis Blair, veterinary ........... ....... C handlerville, Ill. Clyde Henry, butcher .......... .................i,..... P ekin, Ill. Tillie fWilliamsJ Cook .................................... ...,...... C handlerville, Ill. Rufus Murphy, farmer ...............,.,........................ ......i, C handlerville, Ill. John Fairow, lumberman .............r..................,.. ....... P etersburg, Ill. Hazel CLinderl Oest .....,....... ............... B ath, Ill. Margaret Fielden .....r......,r.,,,. ............ I Deceasedl Blanche Pierson ........................ ............... C Deceased? Marguerite fSnelll Schaad ....... .......... I owa Citv. Iowa Dena fDietschJ Blair ..,........ .... Verdie fAndersonD Baxter ..... ..rrr Marie CHarhisonJ Hall ......... Gretchen CFrankenJ Anev ...., .... ....Chandlerville, Ill. r...Chandlerville, lll. ...,......Galesburq, Ill. r..,Chandlerville. Ill. Gerald Carr. city salesman ....,........................... .....,.,.....,... A kron. Ohio Leo Milstead, farmer ..............,....,.................. Horace Goodell, student ....r,... ........Chandlerville, Ill. . .................Ch1C32'0, Ill. Hilda fHurtJ Mays .............................................. ......i. C handlerville, Ill. Mildred CLeeperJ Buracker .......r.... Virginia, Ill. Fern lLittleJ Marsh ...Y............., ......... S outh Bend, Ind. Fred Kirchner, farmer ....... ........ C handlerville, Ill. Claude Williams, principal .....,..,.....................,...... ....... L ancaster, Ohio Ada fLinderJ Drake ............,......,.................,........... ........ C handlerville, Ill. Ewell Gerdes, teacher ......................................... .................... O akford, Ill. Beatrice CDysonJ Carnes .......,. .Washington, D. C. ,E ...... 21, ,E ...... kr ,E ...... 29 1929 ...... ,li ...... ki, Page seventy-seven THE MARUGOUA CLASS OF 1915 Fannie CLewisJ Lynn ....................,,..........,,.......... ..,..,..,,, H avana, Ill. Doris QAndersonJ Watkins .,.. ,,,,.,,,,,,,., L ebanon, Ind, Bernice Baker, clerk .....,...........ii Chandlerville, Ill. Mildred Hash, clerk to e.....,.,,ee,.....,,,....,.,,,..,,,,,,,i ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,i. P eoria. Ill, Marguerite QLintnerb Thomas .,.,......v..,e...,.,4,..e eeA..... C handlerville, Ill. CLASS OF 1916 Grace QTrowbridgeJ Pschirrer ,,,,....,.,..e.,,,,..,,,., 4,,,,,,,.,,,. C anton, Ill. Nellie CFieldenl V Kirchner ....,Ye..e,,.......,........... .el4.... C handlerville, Ill. Euna CLintnerD Lynn ,.,.......el.. .,.,,,,. C handlerville, Ill. Alice fPilChe1'J LOWe ..,..,,,.,,,,w,,,,Yw,,,,,rrr,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,, ,V,,,,,,, S t, Louis, M0 CLASS OF 1917 Harland Marcy, mail carrier CeCCeCee.,C,. .,eeC,......,,. .... CC...C.C C h a ndlei-ville, Ill CLASS OF 1918 Brooks Boone, musician ooooc...,v,,.or.,..,,...,,,,,,o, .c... , .,,,,,,, S pringfield, Ill. Lena iBairJ Miller ..,..,..,,CC........,.....,,oooe.r.....,,,,A.. ,,.,,.o... V irginia, Ill. Lorena CHiermanJ Edwards ,...o ,,,,,.,,.,,,, A shland, Ill. Inez Gebhards ....lol.......A..,...........,. Chandlerville, Ill. Elizabeth CHenselerJ Perkins ....,s,s.,......ooos.,.,,,,,. ........,, C hicago, Ill. CLASS OF 1919 Pauline iPilcherD Kirby ....o,Yoa.o.,........,,,oo............,o., oo,o,.., P etersburg, Ill. CLASS OF 1920 John Martin, Jr. oo,o...,.ooo, oooo,.o,..,......,, ............,,o,.,,, ..,............ 1 D e ceasedj Mabel Uohnsonb Beck ..o...LL.....,o,.............,o,i...oo.. ....... B eardstown, Ill. CLASS OF 1921 Bessie Uohnsonj Peterson ,,,,,oot.....,..,oo,..,...,,..o,, ...,,..,..... V irginia, Ill Lula Lovecamp, bank clerk voo,o o..o. ....ooo.,., ........ C h andlerville, Ill Sophia Guernsey, teacher .ooo. ,. ,........oo.. Tallula, Ill Gertie CLippertD Fletcher .,...... ooo.................... B ath, Ill. Harold Murphy, clerk ,V,,......,,,.,.,oo ...,w.o. C handlerville, Ill Gifford Mullen. engineer ..,o, , L ,.... ..........,.,Y,.vo .Yv,........ S p ringfield, Ill. Eva CSheedyJ Daniels, teacher ....o,o,w.,o.....,...o,o.,o. ,oo,r, C handlerville, Ill CLASS OF 1922 Greta fNollsch5 Kirchner ......oooC.,....ia..aC.....,.oo,.........oi......o..,.o.....o.a, Havana, Ill. Harry Stuber, ass't to registrar of University of Montana, Missoula. Mont Eula Daniels .........o ,........,.o..........,.....,..,....,......,.i............,.. . 2Chandlerville, Ill. Neva Baker, clerk . . ioo.o L .........,...i,. ....,o,...,,..., o,o,o.....,...,,...... C h andlerville. ill. Paul Abbott, assistant cashier ., t,t..... Chandlerville, Ill. Mable Armstrong, teacher ........... .........,...... E aston, Ill. Rosamond Abbott. student ,.,.....l ........... N ormal, Ill. Blanche fTrowbridgeJ Wilson ..t.,i,.,........t o...,... ......... F a irview, Ill. CLASS OF 1923 Velma CZeller5 Murphy ,tt.....t,tt...,t,,tt,ti....ttt..ttt.. ........ C handlerville. Ill. Thelma CKirchnerJ Richards .....tt.Vt,t. ................. V irginia, Ill. Donovan Alcorn, mechanic ....... ........ C handlerville, lll. 1 9 2 9 Page seventy-ezght THE MARUGOLIA Elizabeth fBarretJ Reeves ....... .......... C handlerville, Ill. Stella Burns, teacher .............. ........Sweet Springs, Ark. Ill Maurine Jones, ..,................. ..,....... C handlerville, . Hertha Mullen ......,.......,.......... .,........ C handlerville, Ill. Glenna fSamuellJ Eckard ............,.4...,...,l.......,.. .,....A.. J acksonville, Ill. Irma fCarlockJ Wilson ...........,...............,............. .......,. S pringfield, Vt. CLASS OF 1924 Robert Armstrong, salesman ................,......,,...... .................,. P eoria, . Herschel Wilson, farmer ...,......s.......s.....,l.......... .,..,..... C handlerville, . Maude CSappD Alcorn .....,....... ......... C handlerville, . Miles McDonald, mechanic ...,....... .......... C handlerville, . Faye Lucas ...,............,s.....,s,.,............. ......... C handlerville, . Lucille Schrader, Stenographcr ....,,..V..Bloomington, . Ivan Linter, undertaker ...,..,,....cc, Althea Gebhards, teacher ....,,.. Blanche Drisko, teacher ........ Walter Cook, teacher ............ William Cook, clerk ..,..,.... Morris Byus, student ..v.... Thelma fByusJ Betty .,............,,.. ..,,..,..rChandlerville, . .........,Chandlerville, . ,.......Philadelphia, . ....,..Springfield . Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill ,........,Chandlerville, Ill. Ill Ill Ill . Ill .. .........Jacksonville, Ill. Ill ............Mattoon, . CLASS OF 1925 Evan Garner, teacher ...,,..... .r....,,....,..........,......., ,,....,... C h andlerville, Jeptha Armstrong, Jr., farmer .........,Chandlerville, . Bueford Harper, student, ..,.......... Eugene Vaughn, printer ....r.,r... William Garner. clerk ......,.. Frank Trowbridge ........, Robert Hewitt ............,..... Lillian CTaVlorl Blair ...... Mabel Drisko, teacher .,...,... Gertrude CZellerJ Lane ..,,. Glenn King, farmer .......,........ Glenn Colburn, student ,cr.,.rr.... Richard McDonald, collector ....... Joe Linter, undertaker ...,..., ....... ...............,.Urbana . Ill Ill , Ill ,,........Chandlerville, Ill. ......r..Jacksonville, Ill. .......Chandlerville, Ill. ..........,.......Ashland, Ill. ,.........Chandlerville, Ill. Ill. .,.......Chandlerville, Ill. .,........Chandlerville, Ill. ......,...Springfield, Ill. ..........Springfield, Ill. . ....,,. Chandlerville, Ill. Il Clinton Johnson, merchant ..,.....,........,................. .......... C handlerville, . CLASS OF 1926 Harry Anderson. clerk ........., V . Helen Abbott, student .,...,..... Florence CBlairl Colburn ....... Giles Carr, student ,.........,.. Maizie fCarlockJ Mehaw rr...... Walter Garner, clerk Burdett Harper, student .r...ere, ,....,.Chandlerville, . ..,...,..QChandlerville, . Ill .........,..,.......L1nc0ln, Ill. Ill ................Urbana, Ill. .,.....Springfield, . Ill .,....,Chandlerville, Ill. ........r,,......Urbana, Ill. Ill Ill Ill Violet Hohlmer .......................... ........r Chandlerville, . Dorothy Haynes. Statistician ,,,... ...........rr...... C hicago, . Edna Mae King ..........,...,..........r. ,..,.....r C handlerville, . Thomas McDonald ..........,......, ,,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,. F lint, Mich, Lloyd Miller ,.............. ....,,... C handlerville, Ill. ...... 29 1 9 2 9 ...... 2 Page seventy-nine THE MARUGULIA Florence QPhelpsb Blair .. Alma Salzman ....,lll.... ,. Addison Vaughn ............... Mildred Samuell, teacher Robertine Wilson, teacher .....,..,,Chandlerville, ........,,Chandlervil1e, Chandlerville, '''i.C.C.'f,'f,chandierville, ,c....Chandlerville, CLASS OF 1927 Watson Trowbridge .i,,o, .,..,vo....,ool..,...,,,,o,i,..Yo Yoo,o. Y , Chandlerville, Bernita Marcy, clerk c o,....,,.,...,..,.,,,.,...i.., .,.,.., C handlerville, John Mullen, student r,i.,li ,.....,..... P eoria, Blanche CAhbottD Cook ..,.c cc...,cccc, ,.,.. . . Philadelphia, Victor Daniel, teacher SSSS,,,,cci,..,.,,,,ccc..,,,.. .Chandlerville, Glenna Daniels, telephone operator c .c .......... Chandlerville, Arthur Crumrin ..,.,.,,..c,,c,,.,,.,...,.l........ Chandlerville, Helen Murphy, teacher .,.. C .....cc,,., .Chandlerville, Forrest Largent, clerk .,... ,,V,,.i C handlerville. Davidee Amant ,.,.l.c.,,,,.......,, Chandlerville, Herchel Stuher, student .,.,, ccci ,c..,, P e oria, Edna Marcy, teacher ..,S....,cci.,S..,,iVcc.l.,.,cci,ccl.,,cc ..,,,, C handlerville Dorothy Wilson, student .,c,.......,,,,,,c,,....,i....... ...,.V.l,,... Eureka, CLASS OF 1928 Carl McDonald, student ,,cc cc..,, c .,.......,cc.,i... ..... . Gladys Samuell, student Vera McArthur. clerk C Edward Gehhards, clerk ,ci,cc Joseph Koch .,.. c ,,.,. i D Marie Zeller, clerk ....tcl.c,, Hazel Chilton, student Glenn Salzman ..,,,.,....,.. ,.... Elmo Save . .... ....... . Henry Blair cccccccc... Vera Daniels .,,. ,,,.c ..,,.,..,..Eureka. ,......,,Jacksonville, c,,.Springfield, ...,,..Chandlerville, ..,..,,,....Peor1a, Chandlerville, . Jacksonvile, ..,...i...Chandlerville, ..........Chand1erville, D, Beardstown, ,,,Chandlerville, Tmogene Wilhite ctcc. ,,c,cc..YV C handlerville. Raymond Carlock A .,,,..,.... Canton, Russel Phelps .,.,c.c,,,,.. Chandlerville, Winona Armstrong .,,c.... c ,,.,,.. Chandlerville, 1 9 2 9 Page eighty Zz THE MARUGULIA X ""Q's.. X52 I Q Re hi of-H 'Z -50 Y. ..,..,,,,A.wf ax 'n 1' 7 Q- 2 'S :r 79 A R 'xr- C' .dp I o S ri 3 fmt., S " GY 'T' Hx ---.ask fax Eva 0 geaffl - X 'i 'mf' 2 uv' 'D 1' . V9 Hv"l -4' U -c. 3' L 'X G 9' Q Y, t rw 1 an ...... ua gl: ...... hp gl::... 1 9 2 9 Xxsxgsglt age ezg y -0711 THE MARUGOLIA SALUTATCRY CTaken from the first Annual published by C. C. H. SJ Following the custom of many of the best schools, the Seniors of 1907 have decided to issue the first "Annual" sent out by the Chandler- ville High School. But it is not simply for the purpose of following what others have done that we attempt this work. We wish to put in conven- ient form for circulating and preserving among our friends interesting data concerning the public school and public school life. We wish to leave something besides our glorious C?j records as an inspiration to succeed- ing classes and students. And, in addition to the benefit derived from the preparation of such a work, we wish to put into permanent form some- thing which will serve as a souvenir of our experiences, which will remind us of our struggles, of our hardships, of our successes, of our failures, of our seriousness UD, of our ridiculousness-of all the different phases of our school life. In order that this Annual may be of great interest to the community and to the teachers and pupils of the public school, We have thought best not to make it a High School number exclusively, but to insert material pertaining to every department of our public school of our city. At this point we will suggest that future classes attempt some enter- prise of this kind. Let them begin early in the year to gather material for their publication. This will relieve them from the burdens and errors of rapid work done just at commencement time, and they will profit from our delay and our mistakes. Finally, "with malice toward none and charity toward all" we sub- mit this, our first "Class Annual." With the hope that it may meet with a kindly reception and with a liberal interpretation and with the hope that it may help to create and to foster a good school spirit in the community, we bid it go forth. Seniors of 1907 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-two JGDKES , , I 55 KN .-1 5 F 511:45 Qg:,9 THE MARUGOLIA r............................... ....-u.---.-u.m..1.m-H.I-IInI-I-4.-4-In-mumInInI1.mmm-ummm..'ummm ivptetb btuhin ann ummm Shop Portraiture by Photography 24-HOUR SERVICE ON FILMS 15 West Side Square Jacksonville, Illinois Send Us Your Films Phone 245 1 9 2 9 'P Page eight y-jam In.mmnm-mmnInunnnm'ummmmmmmm-H nlI.Iinmnnmmunmnnlmmnmumu ...... THE MARUGOLIA Dr. H. B. Boone Dr. J. G. Franken Physician and Surgeon Office Hours Physician and Surgeon 1:00 to 5:00 P. M. Chandlerville, Illinois Chandlerville, Illinois The Physics class could never be accused of having a lapse of memory at examination time. A lapse of memory never occurs when one never knew in the first place. Q. 0:0 0:0 Miss Smith-What was the difference between the boys and girls of the colonial times and those now? Louis C.-They had to take them in buggies then. Dr. W. C. Harper - DENTIST La Crosse Lumber Phone 72 Office Hours-8 to 123 I to 5 : Co. W. D. UPP, Manager Over Amant's Store Chandlerville, Illinois mnlunuunnununnmmmmnnnnumum Everything in the Dr. J. J. Schenz Building Line Optometrist ' American Bankers Bldg. Opposite Post Office Chanalervilie, Illinois Jacksonville, Illinois 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-five THE MARUGQLIA Lereh's The Barber Shop Home Bakery BERT LERCH, Proprietor GUY DANIEL, Proprietor Chandlerville, Illinois Chandlerville, Illinois Mrs. Newly-wed Cprobably Lennaj-Have you any nice slumps this morning? Butcher-Slumps? What are they? Lenna-I don't know, but Kenneth is always talking about the slumps in the market, so I thought I'd try one. .Io 0:0 J. Teacher-What is a Ballad? Freshie-One of them things you vote on, ain't it? numummmu mmmmmmmunmn1ininmmnmnmnmn mmm Withouth Thrift It Is Not Possible For Man To Thrive. CHANDLERVILLE STATE BANK CHANDLERVILLE, ILL. The Home Bank for Service 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-six THE MARUGOLIA JnuInIuIunn1u1nnnunnnnnnulnnuumnlInulnununuunnuumnunuuuIuI1nnnnmmnunnnunmlnunmmununnannuinunnnnunnnnunu Loyal Supporters of the Marugolia Chandlerville Sangamon Valley Seed Co. Co-operative Grain Company Markert Bros. Hardware Store George Crowell Garage Fred Herrom Insurance George Blair Groceries H. J. Anderson Shoe Store M. C. Aney Drug Store C. W. Johnson Groceries Myrtle Leeper Hat Shoppe Beardstown Huss's Clothing Store Deppe Bros. Dep't Store Fred I. Cline Furniture Store Blountis Shoe Store Von Fessen Bros. Dep't Store Fry Motor Company Garage J. Phil Ruppel Shoe Store C. F. Schroeder Clothier Ellis Fashion Shop B. Sz B. Shoe Store Jacksonville Hopper 8: Sons Shoe Store Bassett's Jewelry Store Mr. Charles W. Chaney Phelps 8: Co. Dep't Store The Emporium Dep't Store 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-seven THE MARUGULIA EZZA VAUGHN Dr. E. T. Tucker Contractor and Builder Havana, Illinois Chandlerville, Illinois Eyes Only Helen M. tto the Coach at the Junior class play!-Gimme six dimes for this fifty cents. Coach-"All right." And he did. o Q Q 4.0 0.0 .3 Miss Temple in Algebra class the morning after Thanksgiving vaca- tion-"Raymond, go to the bed." EAT Compliments "Lucky Boy Bread" of for Pep and Vitality Ideal Baking Co Jacksonville, Illinois ELECTRICAL Eat at COMPANY The Star Restaurant Beardstown, Illinois Jacksonville' In' 2 9 Page cfghfy-cfght THE MARUGOLIA BUY PORTMAWS SPORTING GOODS EVERYTHING FOR EVERY KIND OF SPORT G. N. PORTMAN CO. 122 N. Adams St. Peoria, Illinois Telephone 7433 OPPOSITE COURT HOUSE Wholesale Prices to Schools and Colleges The Jackson-Keenan Co. Peoria, Ill.- Equipment For All SPORTS i Wholesale Retail Real values and prices : on Basketball suits Boys and girls TllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllullllllllllllIllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll I-Iarbison Service Station Tires Batteries Atwater Kent Radios E. F. HARBISON Proprietor Frank Siltman, Mechanic Chandlerville, Illinois lllluni lIIllIIllIllblIllllllllllllllllllllllll IllIlllllllllllllllllllllllxll 1 9 2 9 A" Page eighty mne THE MARUGOLIA nunnununnnannInnsmnnummnmnmnunummunnunnunuIInnnnnuumnumuuu BEATTY HARDWARE CO BEARDSTOWN, ILL. TEL.155 J- 118-120 MAIN ST. Hardware Ranges Toys Pumps Bolts Paints Glass Tools Oil Stoves Belting DEALERS IN Rubber Packings Garden Seed Oils Washing Machines Cutlery Room Heaters Kitchen Utensils Rope Vigro Fertilizer Brushes CONTRACTORS IN PLUMBING Hot Air-Steam-Hot Water-Heating Sheet Metal Work Agents for KLEEN HEET OIL BURNERS and Have Florida Weather At Home Estimates On All Work Furnished Free Our Work A Credit To Your Home funnunnunnunnuunulunnm1nnnunn-nmuumnunmnu aummnmnmnm nmumu-mnu-u nunmuunn 1 9 2 9 1- A Page ninety THE MARUGOLIA ILLINOIS COLLEGE Co-Educational 1 JACKSONVILLE, ILLINOIS One of the Oldest and Best Colleges in the Middle West Maintains strong faculty and highest educational stand- ards. A fine athletic field, a well-equipped gymnasium, with a first-class athletic coach, make the College attractive to all who enjoy athletic sports. Famous literary societies, inter- collegiate debates, strong Christian Associations, active musi- cal clubs and a dramatic club help to make life at "Old Illin- ois" varied and happy. Freshman class limited to 150. DEPARTMENTS-The College, A.B., A.M.g Expression. For Catalog, address President C. H. Rammelkamp. ulnummnmmnnnmmnumnnummnu CAN YOU IMAGINE- 1. The entire Senior class passing? 2. Jack Garner on time? 3. Louis Clegg feeling well in his classes? 4. Pauline Murphy with straight hair? 5. Mr. Connor not tardy? 6. Robert Garner angry? 7. Paul Vollmers short? 8. Gerald Garner dancing? 9. LaVerne Eilers with a shoe shine? 10. Juanita Jordan's notebook in on time? 11. Paul Henry satisfied? 12. William Neff an athlete? 13. Dale King not hungry or sleepy? 14. The Senior room warm? 15. Mr. Magill shabbily dressed? 16. Hazel Phelps Weighing 200? 17. Ruth Briar flunking? 18. Robert Boensel at Work? 19. Kenneth and Lenna separated? 20. A new school building? 1 9 2 9 age mne y-one THE MARUGOLIA nnnuninnuumnunnunuumumuunaninnuummfmmunnnm.u.umunun nm:nmmuummnmnnnnnmummmumuuu P. VOLLMERS ESTATE Dealers in Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions Highest Prices Paid for All Kinds of Country Produce. Phone 702 CHAN DLERVILLE, ILLINOIS Rock-a-by, Senior, on the tree top, As long as you study your grades will not drop, But if you stop digging your stand- ing will fall And down will come Senior, diploma E. C. Trowbridge CONTRACTOR AND and all. BUILDER Waltlfli W' I-10041 Estimates Given On Dealer in DODGE Application Motor Cars and Trucks - Riverside Pavilion in 5 connection llancimr every Tuesday night Chandlerville Illinois Skating, Wednesday. ' Friday and Saturday 5 BEARDSTOWN, ILL. 5 5 1 9 2 9 Page 'ninety-two THE MARUGOLIA Collegiate Cap and Gown Co. Superior Service - Approved Apparel Serving Your Senior Class Champaign, Illinois unun1nnmnmuumnunnnnnnunnininnnulinn1nnn1xnnnnmnnuummnnmmnnnunnnmuu Dedicated to Vernon Garner, Senior Treasurer Lives of students all remind me Honest toil ain't got a chanceg Every day there grow behind me Bigger patches on my pants. On my jeans once new and glossy Now are spots of many hues All because my classmates linger In the payment of their dues. Come, now, folks, be gentle with me Pay your taxes, one and all, Or when winter winds are blowing, I shall have no pants at all. .5 sg. .g. Tub-I was shipwrecked once and had to live for a week on a can of sardines. Damis-You didn't have much room to move around did you? -2' 'Z' 4' Vernon G.-They can manufacture things cheaper than they can raise them on the farm. Jack G. fabout half asleepl-You can't manufacture a potato. 1 9 2 9 age mne y-t ree THE MARUGOLIA f X Builders Build Dreamers Dream YOUR FUTURE V """" N2 Opportunity knocks every day NN """' 3 l Mental Q to the person that is prepared. E Enter , S Power Q The unprepared must waiti any Monday l l for 2 for fate. Brown's superiorl Day 2 I Executive I training develops you to grasp or Night I l'0Siii0l1S E and hold responsible posi- School 2 ,,,,,,,N,, tions, paying good salaries. L,,,,,,,,,,,l BROWIVS is an Accredited Business College Founded 1866 Jacksonville, Ill. D. li. HARDIN. Principal C'l'his Ad was Written by The Advertising Class of Brownsj QZZRD PSALIVI UP-TO-DATE Miss Temple is my teacher: I shall not pass. She leadeth me to ex- pose my ignorance before the class: She maketh me to work equations. Yea, though I study until midnight, I cannot understand Algebra: for equations and fractions bother me. She prepareth problems for me in the presence of mine classmates She giveth me a low grade: my Work runneth over. Surely zeros and twenty-fives will follow me all the days of my life and I shall dwell in the class of Algebra forever. -The Freshmen Class. Marie-What answer did you git for that problem 'K Helen-83 Q. Hazel-12. Marie-I never seen a problem have two answers. 1 9 2 9 Page ninety-fem' THE MARUGUUA E. S. PILCHER Eat At dealer in Woodruffs Cafe Fancy and Staple Confectionery Groceries and Ice Cream Parlor Roszell's Ice Cream Chandlerville, Illinois Chandlerville, Illinois nuinnunnnnnnnnnnnunnuunuunuuuunmumuunuunnnmu Fi-ininmnmunmnnIinmmnmlnnmnnunnmnunn Donald Mc.--What do you expect to be when you graduate? LaVerne E.-Squirrels' bait. o o v of 0,0 :xo WHAT TO SING AT SCHOOL Before Exams Save your sorrows for tomorrow. So blue over you. Sorry for me? Having my ups and downs. During Exams Remember? You don't know, it seems. That's all there is, there ain't no more. You don't like it, not much. After Exams It's too late to be sorry now. You forgot to remember. Here am I--broken hearted. After my laughter came tears. -H. M. '30. E. A. SCHOEDSACK u J. W. CHERRY : 5 Dealer in WOIIKS I-Iarness, Collars, Saddles DIY Cl03I1iHg,.DY0il1g Neatslene Harness Oil and Pressing Repairing Phone, Illinois 388 Jacksonville, Illinois Chandlerville, Illinois Page mnety-five THE MARUGOLIA - II-II1IHI.4.II.4IIninnuInInIII1:i1I-1anunmnimmmn-Hmmnm .-Iin.-1I1IinIIIiniiIInHummininmuummmmnnmnmmm'mmm.-mnnun HENRY HURWITZ Cleaner Sz Tailor A Modern Plant in Operation It Pays to Clean Your Clothes PETERSBURG, ILL. Local Agent at Chandlerville, Also Truck Service Once a Week uuuummmmmm.-in ISAAC WALKER HDW. CO. Wholesale Jobbers PEORIA. ILLINOIS Teacher-Accuracy is acquired by repetition. What do I mean by repetition '? Soph.-Well if a fellow Comes to school, and he's a good basketball player and heys an awful good basketball player, yes, a good basketball player, then people would think he was a good student too 'Cause he had that repetition. Marie U.-ller and Ethel- Miss B. tinterruptingl-Her and Ethel-? Marie-NVell, Ethel and her- Miss B.-That's still worse. Marie-Well, Ethel and Miss Grab then. .g. 4. .g. Miss Brock to Miss Smith-Does Mr. Connor take the English Jour, nal? Mr. Magxill-Did you lose one? 1 9 2 9 Page ninety-six THE MARUGOI-IA JnnnannnuInInununininananannunununnnnnnunumnunnunnunn unannunnInulinnununnmmununnnnnnnlnmuumnnmunnnmn - Dodge SI Asoher INCORPORATED Manufacturing Jewelers 35 E. WACKER DRIVE CHICAGO, ILLINOIS A RIDDLE There's a bustle in the High School Students running everywhere All are nervous and excited And their hearts are full of care. They pass on to their classes They have no time for play But look up at the blackboards With eyes full of dismay. Then they go to Work in earnest What can it be, you say? BROWN'S Business College ALTON, 1LL1No1s For High School Graduates only Positions guaranteed for graduates Prepare for the higher positions Secretaryship and Reporting our specialty : Trade at the City Meat Market C. W. ZELLER Well, I'll tell you, it's the Freshies proprietor On their first "semester day." -E. T. '32. Willis G.-What is Turkey noted Chandlerviue' Illinois for? Harry Lee-Thanksgiving dinner. 1 9 2 9 Page ninety-sefven THE MARUGULIA X Teacher--Francis, what is on Francis S.-Fingers. your right hand? Dorotha M.-I feel like I am going to faint. Paul H.-Oh, don't do that, I wouldn't know what to do. Dorotha M.-Well if you don't know what to do then there isn't any use for me to faint. o .3 Q Q 0.0 -4. Paul Vollmers ttalking to a Freshiej-Aren't you crazy about bath- ing beauties ? Ifreshie-I don't know. I never bathed one. J. . 0 v 0.9 3. Halfpint-Why is our body like a jail? Ducky--I'll bite, why ? Halfpint-Because it is made up of cells. 0 o 0.4 .3 Teacher-What is the difference between most and almost? Smart Senior-Al. II-mmmn-In--mi--1-Inum mmm New Farmers State Bank Capital SL Surplus 5Sl50,000.00 W. E. Ainsworth, Pres. C. W. McKnight, Cashier MASON CITY, ILLINOIS Page ninety-eight FRY MOTOR co. Products Beardstown, Illinois 1 9 2 9 THE MARUGOLIA Go Hand in Hand Follow the impulse to take your Kodak Take your films to ANEY'S DRUG STORE or send direct to the Manito Kodak Finisher MANITO, ILLINOIS nnununnunn:nnnunnuuuInunnnuuunnnmuuunnuIn:mnannI1unI11Imnnnunnnumnnunun:mununnumnnnnuuuu nun-nnuunmnnnnnnunan1nuIInn-mmumummumnnmmmnnnununnnInunnlunuuunnunuunnnnnnumuununmmnnu CLECG INSURANCE COMPANY CHANDLERVILLE, ILLINOIS Representing the HOME INSURANCE COMPANY NEW YORK , E Henry Dorr W. F. W1S6m3H 81 Co. for FIFTY YEARS PL MENT the IM E S HARDWARE MAN PLUMBING of HEATING Chandlerville, Illinois Fair Prices and Chris Nelson Courteous Service Dealer in Telephone 562 Coal and Ice Chandlerville, Illinois : - Chandlerville, Illinois 1 9 2 9 Page 'ninety-m THE MARUGOLIA THE CHANDLERVILLE TIMES Your C0llllllLlllity Newspaper We steer clear of sensationalism and crime headlines, but we try to present, in a dignified and unbiased way, Pthe news of our community. We take this opportunity to thank our patrons for their support in this undertaking. T0 THE SEN IORS We wish you a safe and prosperous voyage on the Sea of Life. Ora Shankland, Editor Dining Room Suites Living Room Suites Wallpaper and Shades Rugs and Linoleum FUNERAL DIRECTOR A. L. LINTNER Phones 932 and 722 1 9 2 9 Page one himdred THE MARUGOLIA Professor fin biology classl-Now children, it is hard to realize but the whale shark has 24000 teeth, set in eighty rows of 300 teeth each. Voice from the rear-Oh my goodness! Wouldn't it be awful if he had pyorrhea! Doctor-Have you any organic trouble? Paul W.-No, doc, I can't even carry a tune. use 0:0 ofa Miss Temple fpointing at Francis SJ-What is your name? Francis S.-What's my name! Don't you see my name signed on that examination paper? Miss Temple-I do. That's what aroused my curiosity. Q 0 Q 0.4 0,0 o.. Geometry is hard, English is deep But why should "Tub" worry, As long as he sleeps? 'S' 'I' 'E' Nurse fannouncing happy eventl-It's a boy, Professor. Absent-minded Professor Cabsorbed in study!-Ask him what he wants. Mr. Wayback fvisiting his city niecej-I planted thirty acres this year. City N iece-I must come and see you after they grow up. You know, I never ate an acre in my life. .za ofa .24 "Tub" Clegg scanned the bill of fare very closely. "Oh, I don't know what I want. I'm not really hungry," he said to Mr. Woodruff. "I guess though I'll have a broiled lobster, a double Welsh rarebit, a couple of side orders of vegetables, and a mince pie." "Will you please write your order and sign it," Mr. W. asked respect- fully. "We always like to have something to show the coroner." ...... ,li ...... M, 1929 ...... ,li ...... M, ,M ...... B, Page one hundred one THE MARUGOLIA ,.. - muh? Own CZAPITCL ENCBEAVINZ ZZIHPIKIIY .m.m..W. .LW .- Page one llzmdred two THE MARUGULIA mek, X 2 1 E E prlh D1 E 5 BE1N?'Ig5fN 5 5 REVIEW SHOP 5 E Fowler. Ind, S 5 2 2 45 ,E ...... ty, 1 9 2 9 gummy, Page one hundred three THE MARUGULIA FINIS We are all like tiny sailboats Drifting onward 'cross the seas Time and chance the mate and pilot Of all human destinies. Lonely lies the seas before us Home and friends are left behind As We sail beyond the harborg Threadbare sails bared to the wind Watching, waiting for the dawning Sailing on into the west, Fighting onward thro' the darkness To find home and peaceful rest. J. 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