Elmwood Community High School - Ulmus Yearbook (Elmwood, IL)

 - Class of 1925

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'hr 351111115 1525 Ehe Annual nf Efhv iilmmunh Qlnmxnunitg liigh Srhnnl lguhliuhvh hg the Svvninr anh Zluninr Gllewaw Elmmnuh, Zlllinnin ilinrrmnrh Many years ago when Elmwood was first laid out on its present site, the town received its name looth he- cause the old Phelps homestead owned lay the founder was widely known as Elmwood and because of the many elms which still are the principal marlt of loeauty of our town. In this looolt it has been our purpose to carry out a theme in which the old elm is the predominant feature, as well as to record the leading events of our school life in 1924-25. The Editor o Mr. Edson Smith, who has been our most loyal and generous benefactor for many years, the Seniors of 1925 dedicate the thirteenth volume of "Tire Ulmusu as a token of their appreciation and respect. Uhr 1925 Hlmuz l'fdit0r-i11-Clzivf .,.7 ,.,7,7,7.,.. ,7,.,,. H 1 GLEN HART 1f11.vi111'.v.s Awnlzagm' ,..,,,. ....,, 1 XLIUE SHAYVVER .1.9.s',t Bus. Jlalznger ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, I iLADYS IJEFORD I"!l!'Illfy ,'l1lz'is01' ........ ,,,,,, . I. H. FRANCIS Lif1'I':7I"U CVIIIVIIIIIII' 41 rf ..A,..,, JrM'f's .A,,... Sl1IllISll0fS ,7,,,RU'1'u NICHOLS ,,,,,.I,ICON1C IJEFORD ...H.KA'1'111wN RIAHER .,..I.lCON XVHITNEY Dononiy NELSON Enarim nf Ehumtinn iiigh Srhnnl IP,-ff.9idpp1f ,,w,,,, Y,,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,A. . I. li. SMITH Sl'f'l'f'fIlI'1I, ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,7..,,7,,7,,,,,, H . M. KII,l'A'PRIL'K Ml-I M BH RS XV. XV. DAY Du. D. H. NIORTON XV. B. C'I.1Nc'11 Lirahv izvrhnnl l,I'!'Sidl'lIf ,.,,,.A .....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..A.,...,,,,,,,,,, . Y. H. SM1T11 Sec1'f1fz11'y ..,,, ,,...,.,,...,,,,,,..,,,, H . M. K1L1'A'r1uL:K MEBIB1'lIiS CIIAS. Bowmas D. A. JAc'Qr'1f:s DR. H. R. SIMKINS Du. D. H. BIon'roN F. C. Bock 531 mmmmmmmm amp lammug mm KATHRYN CLARK, B. S. Ass1s'rAN'r PRINCIPAL History University of Illinois, 1918-1922. B. S. mIDI HHHD EIGHT 1925 E? J. H. FRANCIS. B. S. SVPERINTENDENT MHf,L6mHtiL'S Knox College, 1913-17, B. S. cifllfilliltfi School, University of Illinois, 1921. DDED W ww mm Hlmun mmmmmm E. 01. E. in Zllurultg RUTH DARLING, B. S. REBA RIDDLE, B. A. LANGUAGES ENGLISH Hedding College, 1920-21-22. Illinois Ivesleyan, 1918-19-20. University of Illinois, 1922-23-2-L, B. S. University of Ill., 1920-21-23-211, A. B. HOVVARD STINSON, B. S. JAMES HERRIOTT, B. S. AGRICULTURE Science Hedding College 1916-17. Knox College, 1919-20-21-23-211, B. S. University of Illinois, 1917-18-19-20, B. S. VV. S. CAMPBELL Music EDNA COULSON GLADYS CLARK, B. S. COMMERCIAL Sewing and Science Brownis Business College, 1918. University of Illinois 1920-21. VV. I. S. T. College, 1922-23-241. Lombard College 1921-24-, B. S. NINE qgg i1E VA. MYm I ll P 13 I 11 Z mmmmgmmmUT'inf EiiilgiiQiu Z f 'llmmnnh Eugalign lfllinwood High. O lilinwood Higgll Fziitllful to you wcill llc. All our liopcs :incl :ill our fears XVill lu' for you. just you: Sluclious days tlll'0l1QllOl1t em-li yi-:ir Have lim-pt our In-.11-ts :aglow And until tllc und wi-,ll be loyalists :uid friends To tlu' scllool tlmt We lovo ilu' lmust. if 524512. ' Ip' ,w A 0393 1 -if f eff.-Z ', . l 'Q ri .A -5. V259 - l f' iii .' qw! jim ' Ms . il 5. 1 . -.,. . if 6 L ' jf' I '?f.Q'!fiL," 'M il Q." .iv-5 f .1 Y . 21x.n':' Q. 1 ,nl up I .. 2- V gf 1 ,1.,J,. .Al flll "-- - N., ff .jf-,' ew 5 :- v . ,f-"ffm, .. gf 5 , J fx 45 -2 f . - gl' ,, ,ry-T,--..,v V - VI 3 , -,I Vl.. " '- , ,fl Q 5, di.,-1 v weft" - V gl - ,.,. A ., - x . . l,, , l , ri . C61 0 m. E. 5,9 l'l. C. H. S. Wm' will L'lll'C1' for you For tliv right to do cycrytliing for you. YVc'l1 go in :incl wutc-li you win tlu- gains You will luring us fume Raln?Rnl1! Halal Iinllf Orungv :uul tlu- black wa-'ll prouclly wear, Huy our colors l'l1'l' Hy. Vicitory coinvs wliile wc sing. llluny tropliim-s you will bring. 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I.l'lONl'l DIQFOKD 'II,w11wey" Girls' Cllwe Vluln 1. 2, Ei. 4: 4'rImnwrm-lzll Contest 513 AIl1l.lin's l, Z. II. 4: H11-l1vs.1'a1 l. 2. fl. 4: All-Llwni Iliwr- xry Sm-ix-ly ily Vlsxss Sm-vmIaxly-'l'l'e-Hslllvx' CI. :If l'i.w Huw llmf .wlw ix 11111611 in1'Ii111f1I To vlzil and rlml willz Nfl nzrmkfnrif' 1,lXL'Rl'1Ni'l'l MUHXN UDUIIIWICSQ7 Ag'1'II'11'1111'v I'lulx Z. 33 XVl'igl1Iul1i:xu llill?-x'zI1'y bnvif-ly I'.Yr'Z'1f1"j'14fiyff Il mm: by lzix divx! 1'r1wm11l'ff. if Hlflff In' jillrfrl willl lm! Mir." f'0KNl'll,I,X DAY "6'm1nie" Girls' Illm' Club I. 3, Il, I: Girls' Qllaxrlvl I. 2. 3. I: Ymwzxl Uunlvsl Il: 131-4-lwsllwl I, II. Il. Ig A.l1leIir's 1, 2. Sl: NX'!'iy,'ll1m1izln l.iL:-f1':u'y Sxwlx-ly Il: X'i4'v,I'1':-sislmlxl uf Hill! file- Vlulw. I. h7'IIl4','!'.N fl lllllrf III! nf lrixlz in hrfr rf'lfr'.v." RI"I'II NICHOLS "PicklCs" Girls' Glow l'lulr I. 2. fl, -Ig l"l'l-ncll t'lL1lJ ZZ: Alvlhuni IllIvl'Q11'y Smivly 3g llilm,-1'z1x'y Ewlilm' Of l'lmL1s 43 Presi- mlwul of Girls' tile-P I"ub I. "Tim prick of Ivisflolrz ix IIllU'Z'f' l"11lfirf.N'f' 12W TWELVE X '-------'- -- ---'-------------- --------------------------------- Uhr lmun mmm LOREN HAR KN ESS "Harkness" Agriculture Club 1, 23 Wrightonian Literary Society 33 Class Treasurer 4. 'II d0n't talk much, but I think a lotf' HELEN HART "Irish" Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Quartet 1, 12, 3, 45 Oratory Contest 35 French Club 33 Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Aletheni Literary Society 3, Editor-in-Chief of Ulmus 4. President 1, 23 Secretary Glee Club 4, President French Club 4: Captain Girls' Basketball Team 1. ffl can be convinced bwt ifs a hard job." KATHRYN MAI-LER "Phoebe,' Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Quartet 1, 2, 3, 43 Vocal Contest 2, 35 French Club 3, 4, Wrightonian Literary Society 31 Orchestra 2, 31 Athletics 1, 2, 4, Art Editor of Iflmus 4, Class Vice-President 21 Librar- ian of French Club 3. '1Ne'ver ready, always late, but she smiles and you wait." LEON VVHITNE-Y - "Dick" Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3: Declama- tion 1, 25 Aletheni Literary Society 31 Class President 4- . "Ma, give me a penny, I -want to be tough." fun. Igqp .Q ,.'.,lq..lllq..,.,.., lggllglplllpqllulppnl ltglpgllnu nnnulnnuunnllllllllllnl n ulnull 1 llnuunlnnulnu 1 9 2 5 THIRTEEN K ------ H -------- --------------- ---------------------------- El hr lilmnn mmmmmm GLADYS DEFORD K'Gladie" Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Quartet 1, 2, 3, 45 Piano Contest 2, 3: French Club 35 Wrightonian Liter- aryf Society 35 Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 45 High School Accompanist 2, 3, 45 Assistant Business Mgr. of Ulmus 45 Class Secretary and Treasurer 25 Captain of Girls' Basketball 'Team 15 Vice President of French Club 35 Secretary of French Club 45 Secretary of Vlfrightonian Literary Society 3. "As usual lim right." ALICE SHAVVVER "Sophie" Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Declamation 35 Athletics 1, 2, 3, 45 Aletheni Literary Society 35 French Club 39 Business Mgr. of Ulmus 45 Captain Basketball Team 3. 4. "If silence were golden, Fd be a begywrf' HOVVARD BERGER "Hardie, Entered from Yates City High School 33 Boys' Glee Club 3, 45 Boys' Quartet 35 Declamation 35 Ath- letics 35 Aletheni Literary Society 35 Orchestra 3, 4, 'fBre'vity is the soul of wit." LORING JARMAN "Jarman" Wrightcnian Literary Society 35 Athletics 2, 3, 4. f'Give him time, he'll get there." 59 1r--I--ll--IIII-IIIIIl--IlI--l--l-I-l-I-l--Ivlrl llllll- umm IJIEDIUIIHIIIIIIII gg DOROTHY NELSON "Dot,' Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Piano 3, French Club 3, VVrightonian Literary Society 3. "Sweet and considerate of others." VERNA METZ "Bobbie" Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Aletheni Literary Society 3, Captain of Girls' Basket- ball Team 3g Class Vice-President 3. 'Fm not a flirt, Fm just good natural." GEORGE MOORE "Skinny" Boys' Glee Club 3, 43 Agriculture Club 2, 33 Ath- letics 3, 43 Ale-lha ni l.i.erary Society 3, Class Secretary 4. 'fG'ood -when not otherwise l-J" RUTH CLINCH "Clinchie" ' French Club 3g Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 VVright0nian Literary Society 3. "She's amiable to everyone-fit's just her durposi- tion? FIFTEEN OPAL RICHARDSON "Richie" Entered from llliflfl'et0wn, Ohio, High School 32 Vtfrightonian Literary Society 3. 'She has read much! she has even red hair." MILDRED VVILEY "Middie'l Declamation 2, 3: Athletics 2, 3, 43 XVrightonian Liu-rary Society 3. 'tNot to sober, not too ga-yg but a real girl in every -way." NEV.-X HIGGINS "Bill" Girls' Glee Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Athletics 1, 2, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 3. 4: Aletheni Literary Society 3: Captain of Girls' Basketball Team 23 Secretary of Aletheni Liter- ary Society 3. "She knows what she kno-ws most thoroughly, in- cluding her own, mind." DANIEL FRENCH "Dan" Athletics 2, 3, 43 Aletheni Literary Society 3. "What a strange thing man is !" umm pu1nnnm1nuuuInmumunuuunul I nmmuum mumllulnllllnll lmlullllllulllll SIXTEEN r ' Uhr 151111115 EVPERETT BOHRER "Bohrer,, Boys' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Agriculture Club 2, Ath- letics 1, 2, 3, 49 Wrightonian Literary Society 33 Class Vice-President 4. "But study is at -weariness to flesh." FRANCES WICKWIRE "Fran" Girls' Glee Club 1, 23 Declamation 2, 3: Athletics 2, 3, 42 .Wrightonian Literary Society 3. "When one is truly in love she not only says it, but shows it." BEULAH MCCLURE "BilP' Girls' Glee Club 1, 23 W'rightonian Literary Society' 3. "Quietness is her loudest feature." KATHRYN GOLLIDAY "Kate', Entered from 'Yates City High School 4. "She looks like an angeh and acts one too, But you never can tell what an angel might do." SEVENTEEN QA ,Q-inn.. LOREN SHELTON "C1arenz0" Glee Club 3, 43 Fo0,ball 4g Agriculture Club 33 Mgr. Basketball Team 45 Vtfrightonian Ligerary Society 3. 'fl am sure careis' any enemy to life." NORMA HUBER. 'tNorm" Wfrightonian Literary Society 3. f'Work first and then rest." GEORGE MONTGOMERY "FelixM Entered from Yates City High School 25 French Club 3: Agriculture Club 25 VVrightonian Literary Son-iegy 3. "Blessings on thee, little man? LOIS HENRY t'Squeaki' Girls Glee Club l, 2, 33 Vocal Contest 1, 35 Declama- tion 13 VVrightonian Literary Society 3. f'If hot air were 'music ---." EIGHTEEN rl, 'mf Uhr lilmua mmmm Senior Class History One bright September day in l913, a group of six year olds found their way to the old brick schooli building. Those who started together and have remained together are: Helen Hart, Alice Shawver, Kathryn Maher, Loring Jarman, Neva Higgins and Mildred VViley. All through the grade school this class was the envy of both upper and lower classmen. Although many formidable stumbling blocks rose before us, they were all overcome after a little eHort on the part of the class. VVe do not wish to take ali the glory in overcoming these difiiculties, for without tlie aid of our instructors, everyone of us feel that we would not have gone far. In the fall of 1921, we entered the Freshmen Class, our enrollment numbering forty. Many of our number came from thc country and the surrounding small towns. XVe were not long in making ourselves known and also in distinguishing ourselves. Vl'e took leading parts in all social, athletic and business activities. Our uppierclassmen soon became very envious of us, but at the same time they had to admit that without us the school would be a complete failure. VVe organized early and elected oflicers: Helen Hart, President, Dale Threw, Vice- presidentg Billie Lapsley, Sec.-Treas. Vlfith these efficient officers, we felt sure that we could get along fine. Our Sophomore year we made an even better record. VVe were somewhat astonished to find the rest of the high school allied against us, in an attempt to squelch us, but such a thing just could not be done, and in spite of the odds we came out victorious. This year we elected Helen Hart, Kathryn Maher, Gladys DeFord to hold the respective ofiiccs. We entered our Junior year with much confidence in ourselves. Now this may seem a little conceited but far be it from us to claim such a virtue. There is an old saying which reads, "The world thinks of you as you think of yourself," and we were simply carrying this out. This year we started out in our social activities with Henry Schulthes as President, Verna Meta as Vice-President and Leone l7eFord as Secretary-Treasurer. This was really what we called our big year as far as activity went, for it was our honor and pleasure to give the reception for the Seniors. VVe were really proud of ourselves after the reception had been given, and it is our belief and hope that everyone had a very nice time. Do not think that because we were socially active that we neglected our studies, for it would be a wrong idea altogether. Leaving our Junior year with many pleasant memories, we entered Olll' Senior year. Realizing the position we had acquired, we have done our level best to attain some dignity, but unless you have tried it you do not realize just what a dimcult task it is, but we think that we have succeeded fairly we-il in our attempt and hope that others feel the same. This year a very unusual and equally mysterious thing happened. The election of class ofiicers was secured by boys. Leon VVhitney, Everett Bohrer, George Moore and Loren Harkness were the lucky or shall we say unlucky recipients. To balance this all members of the Uhnus staH turned out to be girls. Many heads have pondered over this strange coincidence, but we fear that it will never be soiived. This year we: are well represented in both Glee Clubs, Or- chestra, Athletics and Social Activities. VVe have in our class the High School Girls' Quartet, of which we are extremely proud. They have brought us many honors, and we feel that this opportunity should be taken to show our appreciation of them. Some of our members take no part in any of the above mentioned activities, but nevertheless without them our class could never have gotten along so well nor been one-half so successful. It is with a feeling of sadness and also a feeling of gladness that we look forward to Commencement, when our High School career will be ended. As a class we have worked well together throughout our four years, and as a result, have become attached to each other. VVe sincerely appreciate the efforts of our teachers in aiding us through this period. VVe hate to part and wish we could go on and on as we have started, but the tim-e is coming soon when each person must work out his own career without the help of some guiding hand. As we turn the pages of this book in the years to come, it will be with a feeling of joy, as we think of our mutual joys and sorrows. L. D., '25, ' NINETEEN our Hlmua mmm Senior Class Will We, the Senior class of nineteen hundred and twenty-five, being of unsound mind and infirm body, realizing that our last days are drawing nigh and wishing to make our exit from this world profitable to our under-graduates, do hereby bequeath and bestow our en- deared treasures. SECTION I VVe, the Senior class do give and bequeath to the Faculty, peace of mind forever. Vlfe, the Senior class do give and bequeath to the Junior class our superiority and judi- ciary power in all matters. YVe, the Senior class do give and bequeath to th-e Sophomore class our dignity and our knowledge of when to go to bed. VVie, the Senior class do give and bequeath our ability to bluf the teachers and cut up cleverly in the study hall to the Freshmen class. SEc'rIox II I, Leon VVhitney, do give and bequeath my ability to argue to Harley Fleisher. I, Cornelia Day, do give and bequeath my rosy cheeks and good nature to Ada Hoyt. I, Ruth Nichols, do give and bequeath my compact to Lois Challacombe. I, Leone DeFord, do- give and bequeath to Alta Fuller my ability to vamp Yates City bovs. I, Lawrence Moran, do give Ellld bequeath my sheik characteristics and dimples to Thomas Miller. I, Gladys DeFord, do give and bequeath my interest in deep literature to Mary Martin. I, Loring Jarman, do give and bequeath my hilarity and good spirits to Louise Shawver Qwho hasnlt anyj. I, Norma Huber, do give and bequeath my failing for worrying to Clarinda VVasson. I, Helen Hart, do give and bequeath my interest in Hiteheoekls garage to Susanne Smith. I, Lois Miles, do give and bequeath my shyness to Stanton Moore in hopes he will profit bv it. V I, Daniel French, do give and bequeath my glossy pompadour to Harold Redding. I, Lois Henry, do give and bequeath my winning ways to Eva Adams. I, Beulah McClure, do give and bequeath my athletic ability to Dorthea Bowman. I, Frances VVickwire, do give and bequeath my marriage ability to Adell McVey. I, Howard Berger, do- give and bequeath my interest in the orchestra to Doris Dobbs. I, Kathryn Maher, dow give and bequeath my dates with Junior boys to the less fortunate. I, Everett Bohrier, do give and bequeath my knowledge in Physics to VVard Sehori. I, Neva Higgins, do give and bequeath my long curls to Frances Yerby. I, Loren Harkness, do give and bequeath my wild ways to Ruth Demick. IN, Dorothy Nelson, do give and bequeath my sentimentality and emotional qualities to Virginia Miller. I, George Montgomery, do give and bequeath my popularity with girls to Owen Hubbell. I, Verna Metz, do give and bequeath my diamond ring to Irene Maher. I, Loren Shelton, do give and bequeath my careful driving to James Foster. I, Alice Shawver, do give and bequeath my static snapping ways Qaccording to Leon XVhitneyj to VVilda Hoyt. I, Mildred VViley, do give and bequeath my ability to write notes to M'ildred McCann. I, George Moore, do give and bequeath my playful ways to Corinne Zinn. I, Opal Richardson, do give and bequeath my unsurpassed knowledge in Latin to Kath- leen Manock. I, Ruth Clinch, do give and bequeath my cute little grin to Mabel Dawson. A. S., C. D., L. VV. TWENTY Uhr lllmua mmm 'Cb Elmwood Gazette it Vki, lllinois, Juiie l9,ilg-ll VW NumbeL? LOCAL GIRL MUCH HONORED Outclasses Helen XViils Interest in the M'orid's Tennis Title contest has been running high in Elm- wood this week, due to the fact that an Elmwood girl, Miss Neva Higgins, has been the leading contestant against Miss Ilclen YVills of California, the former hofder of the title. In a fast and furious final match, Miss Higgins displayed her marvelous ability and came out the win- ner with a score of 6-5, 3-6, 6-0. DIVORCE GRANTED Mr. Edwin Vliatkins was granted a divorce by the court Tuesday, from his wife, formerly Miss Frances VVickwire, also of Elmwood. Mr. VVatkins charged that, due to her interest in athletics, his former wife neglected him and her home duties until it became unbearable. FIRE DEPARTMENT CALLED OUT The city was aroused early Thursday morning, by a terrific explosion at Brown and S0n'S restaurant. ln lighting the new hydrogen stove, Verna pushed the wrong button, causing a cross cur- rent, which resulted in the explosion. Mrs. Brown was not injured, except for the shock, but her husband is in a seri- ous, though not fatal condition, Their only child. Verna, eight years old, was not harmed. I. W. W. LEADER DEPORTED News has been received that the Ellis Island officials have decided that Miss Mildred YViley, former Elmwood girl, must be deported, because of charges of I. NV. NV. agitation brought against her. Miss YViley has been very active in vari- ous l.abor Ynions in the East. FACTORY COMPLETED The new factory, owned by G. E. Montgomery, the world's greatest and wealthiest horse-radish magnate, has re- cently been completed, The building is modern in all its improvements, one of the newest being the new automatic digger, which digs over the whole thous- and-acre tract in two weeks. RUINED SPECULATOR RE- TURNS HOME I.. R. XVllllfI18Y, the much-talked-of-ex- millionaire, who recently lost his immense fortune in an unexpected financial dis- aster, l'l3tll1'IlE'Il'lU Elmwood last week to begin his fight for regaining' his lost position. He has made a brave start by purchasing the Parkside Billard ltoom, owned by VV, E. Talley. His many friends in this city, join in wish- ing him success in his new business ven- ture. RETURNED MISSIONARY SPEAKS Miss Opal Richardson, lately returned from Africa, where she has been doing an important missionary work since her graduation, spoke Sunday evening at the Baptist clmrch in Farmington. Miss Richardson speaks several African dia- lects and has t1'anslated several books into African. Her lecture was attended by a very large crowd aml a spiendid "African Fund" was begun. NEW INCUBATOR INSTALLED At the huge chicken farm, owned by Miss Norma I-Luber, a new incubator has been installed-the largest in the world, accommodating fifty thousand eggs. Miss Huber has achieved fame in the chicken world, by discovering a powder which causes the hens to lay two eggs per day. SPECIAL CHAUTAUOUA PRO- GRAM TONIGHT Shakespcare's famous comedy, "The Taming of the Shrew," will be drama- tized tonight under the "Big Brown Tentf, The part of Kate, the Shrew, will be played by the wcll-known actress, Miss Helen Hart, and that of Petruchio, by the director of the company, Mr. Thomas I.ee. It will be a realistic pro- duction because the actors are well adapted to the parts. A large crowd met at Mrs. Verna Brown's last Monday, when she enter- tained the VV. C. T. I'. The talk wa.s given by Miss Ruth Nichols on "VVhy Milk is the only VVorth VVhilc Drink." kb IU TWENTY ONE lmnnliulmummum mmU.mmmm1mm1mmcmm THE ELMWOOD GAZETTE THE SMELTING SPOT The One Vvorth VVl1ile. "Any girl can be gay in a nice coupe, In a, taxi tl1ey all can be jolly, But the girl worth wl1ile Is the girl who can smile XV3hen you're taking l1er home in a trolleyf' CAN YOU ANSWER THESE RIDDLES, 1. VVhat has a girl in l1er stocking? fnot footj. 2. VVhat is commonly associated witl1 pork? 3. VVhat part of a novel do most girls read first? 4. YVhat was tl1e first lo11d speaker made from? 5. Something you pull a11d hit tl1e apple? 6. An inexpensive kind of sinnmer coat? 7. Something to watch in a restaurant. 8. VVhat did tl1e Swedish girl take in tl1e red automobile? 9. Something to do witl1 cetera? 10. IVhat kinfl of niuiz' is snoring? BOOTLEGGER ARRESTED I.. P. Jarman, noted desperado and criininail, was arrested and imprisoned at Joliet, Illinois, last Monday, on boot- legging charges. He has bee11 jailed several times before, usually for some petty theft, once for a loaf of bread to sustain l1is life. ELMWOOD COUPLE ENJOY GREAT TREAT Mr. a11d Mrs. George Moore fformerly Ruth Clinchj returned yesterday from their airplane trip to New York, where they saw MIIIC. Terese Amelita i11 "The Golden Pheasantf' This play l1as been tl1e crowning success of tl1e Broadway season. Mme. Amelita in private life is Mrs. Owen Hubbell, formerly Kathryn Maher, the most illustrious l'l'lCII1lJ61' of E. C. H. S. class of i25. Mr. a11d Mrs. Harry Stotler QCornelia Dayj l1ave left for the Fiji Islands, where Mr. Stotler has signed a contract to equip the islands witl1 telepl1one ser- vice. Mrs. Stotler is prominent in the native society because tl1ey are at- tracted by tl1e unnsualness of her flaming l1air. TWENTY TWO SOCIETY ITEMS Mrs. Milliard Day entertained a num- ber of guests at an afternoon bridge party VVednesday. The aifair was in honor of l1er sister, Mrs. VVilliam Schenck of Los Angeles, wl1o is spending a few weeks i11 Illinois, visiting numerous rela- tives and friends. She is accompanied by ll61' little son, VVilliam Junior, four years old. Tl1e DeFord sisters were prominent members of the class of '25. Mrs. Clare Baggs of Trivoli, spent Tuesday in Elmwood, witl1 Mrs. Everett Bohrer. Mrs. Baggs, formerly Miss Alice Sl1awver, has just recovered from a. serious illness of several Weeks a11d tl1is is l1er first out-of-town visit. Miss I.ois Miles announced the engage- ment of l1er frie11d Miss Beulah McClure to l1Etlll'Cf1C'C Moran at a bridge tea last Friday. Mr. Moran is a, very well-known cartoonist, tl1e originator of the "Sappy Series." Loren Shelton, famous tackle for tl1e U. of I. eleven, at tl1e time wl1en they were champions, l1as bCCI1 chosen man- ager for tl1e world-famous N. Y. Giants. Tl1e Chicago changed owners. Tribune has again Mr. Lore11 Harkiiess, former graduate of E. C. H. S., has bought out l1is partners. Mr. Harkness will continue the success of tl1e paper, we are sure, for he started at tl1e bot- tom, selling tl1e paper Wllell a boy. Elm- wood is proud to claim l1im, and he is a shining example for all our ambitious boys. CHARITY FUND AIDED Miss Lois Henry, who has WOII for herself great fame witl1 her exceptional voice, has consented to return to Elm- wood S0lI1CtlIIl1B next lIlOIltlI to sing at a charity fund concert. Miss Henry, a 1925 graduate of E. C. H. S., l1as studied in Vienna Hllfl Berlin and is conceded one of tl1e world's greatest artists. Our reporter tells ns tl1at the real cause of the strenuous argument as to wl1ose l1air l1ad the deepest roots tl1e other night, was that Mrs. Verna Brown heard Mrs. Alice Baggs remark tl1at the little Brown girl must l1ave been vac- ci11ated with a phonograph needle, she talked so much. amp aalmng mmmmmmmmmm REE mmm Uhr lilmuz mmmimimmmimmm f v i ELMWOOD GAZETTE eauty Parlor I have just returned froin Paris with several t'z1n1ous beauty recipes and so- licit the pzitmiuige of all true beauty seekers. 'I'elnpni'a1'y llarcel lVaVes DIzule-to-order Coniplexions 'tliezuityl' Mud IIIl'Ci1I'IllCIlIS IRNA RUTH NICHOLS WANTED ! 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Gladys DeFord shall, hereafter, instead of dreaming away her life making plans for Knox College, devote her thoughts to becoming an old maid country school teacher. Her sister Leone shall be forced to destroy all letters postmarked California, even though they be harmless, for it is not fitting for a member of the Senior Class to cherish old memories. Many devices have been attempted in prying apart the paths of Ruth Clinch and George Moore, but all have failed thus far. Loring Jarman is entailed to .separate them, if possible, by some unknown and bewitching wilcs which he possesses. He is already bringing to bear certain hoo-doo charms, which are depriving Loren Harkness of his cave--man ways. A great deal of coaxing has induced Kathryn Maher to promise to appear in public occasionally, something which she has positively refused to do heretofore. In like 111anner, after much persuasion, George Montgomery has consented to abolish his hair tonic and face powder, and instead to use axle grease and flour, this being more economical and hence more beneficial to society. Ruth Nichols has positively refused to part with her vanity case and coquettish ways, so this matter will be taken up by the Supreme Court, namely, E. C. H. S. Faculty, presided over by Chief Justice Francis, at a later date. Legal procedures may necessitate their being removed from her by force. Daniel French shall be imprisoned for life for criminal intent, if he does not succeed in proving that loaning his pencil to Helen Hart three days .successively to work cross-word puzzles, was not the direct cause of her being sent to the sanitarium at Bartonville as a re- sult of a severe mental collapse. Norma Huber has adopted a resolution not to worry here- after about her grades, the tragic experience of our unfortunate classmate Helen being fresh in her mind. It will be necessary to change the seating arrangement of the Senior class, in order to stop the flirtations of Lawrence Moran and Dorothy Nelson. If the scandal should become public, our class reputation would be ruined, and Everett liohrer has made a statement in private that for personal reasons he demands a change. This alteration will undoubtedly be effected in time. Beulah McClure has been influenced to accept the attentions of a young man southeast of Elmwood. She reports he1'self quite happy. Such induence .should be cultivated. Leon VVbitney shall be ejected from the Assembly by Miss Clark if he does not stop eating peanuts. Miss Clark says it is all right to eat peanuts in school, but it shows a high degree of ill manners to throw the shells on the floor. Mildred VViley and Neva Higgins must get more sleep from now on. They must be in by twelve 0'clock at least three nights each week, and they must not be allowed to rise before four o'clock except on Monday, Vilednesday, Friday and Saturday mornings. VVe hereby agree in declaring that Alice Shawver shall not .see Clare Baggs over seven nights a week, the remainder of her time being divided equally among those poor unfortunates whom she seldom. deigns to notice. A unanimous vote has decided that Verna Metz move into a restaurant on Maine Street, but Cornelia Day is not so fortunate. She says she does not care for a roving life, so she must wait patiently until Harry comes home. Having turned over a new leaf, Lois Henry is trying to learn to use slang, and we 1'ccommend Opal Richardson and Lois Miles to her, as her present instructor, Loren Shelton, is no better versed in slang than she. Lois made a New Year's resolution to alter her con- ventional ways, and Frances Vtlickwire, although doubtful to the outcome, has finally given up her formal speech, and joined Lois in her "skimming exploratioiisji as she herself terms it. A body of self-sufficient and competent students have stood before me on this day and sworn that these amendments shall be carried out to the best of their ability. L. R. W., '25, TWENTY-SIX ?i3L3A!EEU 1E'fEQ3lf1FmEEmE.-mK.1E31mmmmmmZmm Cl 11 P HH 1 111 LI Z pl 1 n' It X nhvrgrahuaivn fx 'Q I f 0 - 0 x My , I I , Vim," 7:11 . " .. fir. 'l N :xx at-E5 L 1 ' '12-. 'I-'lx ff ' :':7i?s,,0 - ff? "..32,Y'.5 .?'Qa 1 ,-JL? yy' '?3g.f'.. 'r Z 'f:+f.SrM. 73" L '2'S'i'1.'6fY xE'Q!f:,Nff WF.-'fig V . 'xnxx Q..-L X' .,,,W.,,5 H-'Wk ... 2332?-1 .. , cl -H ' F ".U-f-,L,i'z- Lx nl., A. W A""'?' -T - Q TWENTY-SEVEN Bottom row: Bertha llalton. Ada Hoyt, Adell lVlcVey, VVilda Hoyt, Doris Dobbs, Mary Noggleg End row: Milford Kirlcbride, Dallas Vvlllll, Lester Hartley, Harley lfleisher, Thomas Lee. DeForest Hitchcock, VVa1'd Scliorig 3rd row: lileanor Martin, Clarabel Herbert, Irene Maher, Ruth Cullings, Caroline Kruse. Julia Dwyer, Dorothea Bowmang Top row: Owen Hubbell, Carl Scragg, Thomas Miller, llale Runyon, Dean Proctor, Raymond Metz. unior Class History After a happy vacation we met once more at E. C. H, S. to begin our work as industrious Juniors. Under our new teachers and the others, our class has pro- gressed splendidly, each doing l1is part. VVe are well represented in the activities of school life, leading in basketball. Our boys show their loyalty toward their school by taking all the honors in Basketball as well as helping in football and on the track. The cheer leader, too, is always prompt and puts vim into the team. He is a Junior, that is why. Our girls, too, are represented in the Girls' Basketball team and show a splendid attitude. In the High School glee clubs we are represented in big numbers. This year we are building air castles with diplomas on the top, as graduation will be our next step. Already we see great possibilities for future life, although there are stumbling blocks alzead, the Junior class will come out on top. A. H., ,za TWENTY-E'GHT Y! Uhr lilmuz mms- - Bottom row. Lois Shellacombe, Francis Shiveley, Oral Gallagher, Ralph Montgomery, Glen llelford, Leonard Heller, VVallace limerick, Mildred Gibbsg 2nd row: Rosa Miles, Cleo Ileliord, llelen Buxton, Lucile Murphy, Marie lileisher, lfva Adams, Elizabeth fragg. listher llolt: 3rd row: Georgia Richardson, Mabel Dawson, Corinne Zinn. Yelda Seragg. Julia Patten, Yelda lfubanks. Ada Hohrer. Louise Shawver. Louise Blcliinty. Irma Flickengerg Top row: Raymond Hicks, Lynn Faggotte. Leo XYindish. Louis XYindish, Lloyd Graham. Louis Ilauin. Tlleodore May, Glenn Hall. Harold Redding. Sophomore Class History WHAT MAKES THE wonrn oo AROUND? sornoxioursi In the year 19241, we entered Elmwood Community High School, forty-two in number. Sorry to say we were inclined to be the least bit green, but we were energetic never-the-less. Due to changes of residence and withdrawals from school, we register only thirty-six in number this year, but our capacity for achievement in scholarship and social activities has not decreased. ln school organization our class is represented by the following: Lynne Fag- gotte and 'Pete' Hall are on the basketball squad, Louise Shawver is president of the Girls' Athletic Association. As freshmen the girls, basketball team defeated the Juniors once and we organized again this year with high hopes for an all-star team. ive are also represented in both boys' and girls' glee clubs and the orchestra. lVith- out being too presuming, we do feel rather proud of this beginning of our High School career and we are ambitious to improve our records. Our social spirit has been appeased by two parties, the first a wiener roast was held at 'iDead Creekf, but it had no connection between the name of the place and the party. The second was held at the High School Auditorium and it was by all means a success, where the faculty were given "the third degree." , . ". and L. y27. Our motto, "ive Came, we saw, we are eonqueringf, NI I TWENTY-NINE , Uhr Hlmua mm Bottom row: James Foster, Kenneth Sprout, Kathleen Manoek, Inez Smith, Elizabeth Steer, Virginia Miller, Gale Emerick, John French, 2nd row: Louise Hill, Marie Terry, Mary John- son, Mildred lNlcCann, Frances VVhiting, Susanne Smith, Helen VVasson, Clarinda Nvasson, Bernice Piersong 3rd rowi Alta Fuller, Mary Martin, Deloris Hall, Genevra, Zink, Bernice Corbett, Helen Moran, Florence Kauffman, Isabel Hoyt, Frances Yerbyg Top row: Marie Ek- strand, Edith Clark, Stanton Moore, Rolin Searle, VVilliam Proctor, Joseph Mailander, Lucy Kauffman, llernita McVey. Freshman Class History The Freshmen of E. C. H. S. started out this year with a good sized class, thirty-six in number. Although we hate to say it, we all could show remarkable talent, but as We do not want to make anyone jealous, we are not showing' it so much this year. At the beginning of the year, we elected Elizabeth Steer for our class President, Susanne Smith for our class Vice-President, and Junior Mailander for class Secretary-Treasurer. We also chose as our class colors lavender and white, our class Hower the violet, and the class motto, i'Be sharp, never be Hatf' Five of our number started in the Elmwood School and to that number we have added until we have reached our present number. Sixteen were graduated from tl1e Eighth grade of this school. Although We were quite "green" the first few days, we soon found our places and now think E. C. H. S. is the only school in the world. G. z. and E. s., es. THIRTY Eighth and Seventh Grades Bottom row: Juanita Tiohrer, Xwaltl-r Gibbs, Elon Steer, John XVeeks. Gladys Heller, Leland Simklns. Harold Hicks, Yirginia .Xtherlong End row: Thomas Cooley. Arwine .Xl'Cl'llll2llll, Cath- erine linwers, Beth Shively, Ruth Jarman, liayle Phares, Paul Hitchcock, Ralph Grahamg Jirrl row: Izola Yates, Pauline Hitcllcuck. llelen Zink, Thelma Scragg. Sarah hlZlllSClll5ZHlgl'l, Alice Redding, Gertrude Holt, Grace Carlson. Teacher: Top row: Elmer llaum. liugenc llonrgoln, Harry Tlirew, James Robison, Robert llramlenlnirg. lidwin Saunders, .Xlva l.air, l.eo llill. Sixth and Seventh Grades Bottom row. Lucile Hitchcock, Edwin Bock, Ralph Gayman, Kenneth Bane, NVoodr0w NVurley, lfdwin Shively, John Pierson, Mary lledtleng 2nd row: Cornelius Vance, Roger Tarpy, .lessie I.eMastress, May Anna VVfeher, llelen Vl'eeks, Mildred Reed, Justine Zink, Norman Ilarclay, llaniel Maher, Mildred Church, 'l'6ZlCll6l'Q Iird row: Gerald Yerby, Mary Herbert. Lois McKown. Margaret Swartz, Elsie Vartington, llernice Hall, Vivian Robinson, Kenneth llavyg Top row: Earl XViley, Paul Fussner, llean Lucas, Milo Harkness, VValter Clinch, Gerald Yautine, John art. THIRTY-ONE mmm Glu 351111115 m mmmmm Fifth Grade Bottom row: XYilden McKown, Glenn Dalton, Harrison Patterson, Vl'alter YYhitesell, lilwood Pharesg 2nd row: Altah Johnson, Teacherg Helen G1-iftltll. litlxcl Hill, Helen Troth, Signell Kauffman, 'l'hora llolt, Margaret Millerg Srd row: Ophelia lluxtahle. XVilma Frame, Earle Smith, Robert Datum. Clifford Atherton, Jeanette XVor's-y, Frances Dobbs: Top row: Harry Mclfall, llowartl NYelJer, Ralph Hall, Dana Gallagher, Gerald Yerby, Roger Barnes. FOLlI'tl'l Grade Bottom row: Ruth Tarpy, Howard Quinn, Howard Pierson, John Shaffer, Richard Vllilltinson, Bessie lloltg 2nd row: Thora XYileox, Teacher, Artie Frame, Pauline XY'indish, Thomas Kauff- man, Ruth lletltlen. Frances Ann Armstrong, John Grover. Annie Partington, Richard Ather- ton: 3rd row: .Ivan Voorhees. Eleanor YV'aibel, Russell Reed, Eugene Daum. Merle Ularke. YVilma Bohrer, Iilla May Kelley. THIRTY TWO Uhr Imuz Tliird Gracle l llottom Row--lTolJlJy XVilcux, l'aul Shaffer. Mary Cilinch. .lolin Blclfall. .Xrtllnr llasselbacller, Charles Patterson, End Rowflfditli Jarman, 'l'e:ncl1crg .lean Barclay, l.aYecla Miles. VYilli5 Conver, .lack Miller, l-ldwarcl llcl"cn'd. Keith Lucas. Maxine Huber, Helen fillllZl.gllCl'. Iird Row- Cyril Vllliitcscll, Catherine Zink, Dorothy Trotli, Leila lloyt. Catherine Snyder. litliel McK0wn, cQlycl?3Smitl1. 4th Rowflilcla Danni, .lack Brown. Owen Vl'aihel, Hcrschcl Iimcry. llomer Daum, wail wen. ' SeCOI'ld Gracle 'lop Rnw--llmrard Coleman. Laurence Hall, XYi1lis Dalton, Laurence llall, .Iusepli Craggf, Recd Sliawver. Junior Cnwlcy. llonalfl Jolinson. 72n1l Rnwfklyrtle Kaull'n1an. Nlary File, Helen Dwyer. Doris Harkness. Mary Ruth Chain, XYinifrc4l Juni-5. Gwendolyn Slcvcns. Julia Carroll. Marie Smith. lluttom Rl,xrf.Ic-an ftliermn. XYmulrow Yant'ne, Ralph llarlrncss. Susie Rob'ns:r11. Gnrllun Jints. liill.t Jarman. lilizalzetli Short, llmmtlmy llaum. Harry Snyder. THIRTY-THREE f First Grade Top RowfCharles Hicks, Gerald Martin, Philip File, Trueman Larson, Raymond Seltzer, WV'i1liam McQuistou, Max Sporrer. 2nd Row-Earl Morrison, VVilbur Lee VX'hitesell, Alice Libolt, Shirley VVinn, Pauline Bourgoiu, Alice Ciolidge, George Petty, Dorothy Crews. Bottom Row-Alice Kauffman, Sarah Louise VVilkinson, Sarah Heden, Mary Louise Deliorcl, June Gibbs, Marguerite Jones, Elizabeth Patterson. To Joe DGBQCPEI' Here's to Joe DeBacher May he never grow weary, And let the school house Grow dirty and dreary. May he always prosper And wear his broad grin, Ring the bell late So the kids can get in. May he always be happy And remain ever snappy, For in all these 29 years as a worker Heis never once been a shirker. ' lllll lllll I I llll I III IIIIIIIIII II Ill I IIIIIIII IIII II II I I II III THIRTY-FOUR No. g F5112 lilmun mm M E. G. S. Faculty EDITH JARMAN Third Grade PAUL KEMP First Grade HARRIET XVALTON Second Grade MILDRED CHURCH Sixth and one-half Seventh Grades GRACE CARLSON Eighth and one-half Seventh Grades ALTA JOHNSON Fifth Grade THIRTY-FIVE Wlltvtyll, ,, X Illlwlltlt. .M .l1,ly1,r,lIl'4f , lf it Qytif-li:'lli'llil1m':iIfliillllr- ., ylll'li'Kf" ml fl: llllllf1-'f.l.'7ll'W5'l'fl flafllllliw-'1,flair ll-'f:1'1.':'fl HV''f'1'f"i'llll'l'fflffrllliwt Mg,"-"ll rl, lm, lllmlf' l 4, 1 l , .'Q,:,.lQQnl tlwfglyl' will llllw'lg'l'5lz"' will-l ,lil 'itil ' fl .f fffwl inf, 1j4ffQ"I21fl,59f 'fy w,.K1'fSQwlNlt jilllwlm g ,M-M y I ulnl 1 I A 'mflmfflmw,ll!1l,f1y'f'a'1,lr,4g!, , 1 Ill IYI l -i f if ll t'l'll'll-'W'lliltl I f f 1 f I I f sy ' X f f'r ffffffll ill lillilxl l liihiir f' lf! Sl, f V, Y, l!'ZWg,l,'Z!m,I u 1 , ,f A , ,Q ,W R l' fi ' ' f M ff' dill!!! . X dow N XFX ' S 1 E-CH' Y . 1 S It Q 0 GJ o V , TUVG J . D , 'fir 'SV MQW wh K ' V iv ':U1'-.3e'fAg:l2? r,f- . A 'L -'rv- Thc: tirst n-lass grad- 'l'he following' is a list of the graduates of Elmwood High S4-liool lvy classvs. ualed in 1872. ULASS OF 1872---H. U, Allensworih, Pr uf. M. M a ihows, Hattie Maggie J. Brain, Mary E, Hopkins. Lida S, Hurburt. Hattie E. Keene, Liza A, Parsell. Minnie Rogers, Stella J, Rose, F'ora EL Smith, Ella R, VVoods, Edson VLASS OF lNT3f.Iaxnes M. Grl-vlt-yi Prof. Laura Y. Ramsey. UL.-XSS OF 1sTlf.lam--s Lottie Bartholonmow, .lose-ph Tlwilliamson. RI. Kelly, Prof, CLASS OF lXT57.Ian14-S Alive Biggs, Rosa Ryan, Florence XV'hilne5'. CLASS OF 1876-James No graduatvs, Ki-lly, Prof. FLASS OF 1977-.Ta1T1eS No g'l'3IllJ3ll'S. Kelly, Prof, Greeley, Prof, F. XWa,llon, llogg, Hulxurl Marshall, Cowan, Nellie VVil0y. CLASS OF lSTNfJ. M. Crow, Prof. Lois Brown, Ed Egan, ULASS OF 1875!-J. M. Crow, Prof. George N, Brown, Asa M. Brown, Balhena Noon. Florence Darby, T3el.'e Ke Lillie Purcell, Flora MuNay. CLASS OF 1880-J, BI. Crow, Prof. Mattie Barrett, Iletlie1f'oon, Minnie Puri-vll. CLASS OF lS81-J. BI. Crow, Prof. James Les, John Pheifer, Mabelle Ryan. CLASS OF lSS2fT. B, Bird, Prof. Evan Slaughtvr, Ella Flanegin, Ida Patterson. CLASS OF 1S837'I'. B. Bird, Prof. Nettie Kightlingur, Lizzie Pulsipher, Lida Dinan, Arie Purcell, Maggie Mo CLASS OF 1SS4fC, R. Yandervort, Prof. Orie Bartholomew. Kate Fallister, Lura Lohaugh, Fran k XVhitney. CLASS O Ed. Clingan, Frances Daniels. Fred F MSSQL R. eric-ka Mathex CLASS OF IXSQSSVV. Laura Hn-lvn Bartholomew, Harriet Jonls, Harry CLASS O F 1887-VV. Anna Enright, Minnie Lawrence, Edward Siegel, CLASS OF INSSSW Luman Royce, Howard Sp Vandervort, Pr vson, Frank XVi J. Pringle. Prof Tompkins, Ed l J. Pringle, Prof oi. dmeyor. '. Slayion angler, Bertha N'Vheeler, , J. Pringle, Prof. Edson E. Dalton, Kate Hurff, Ernest Lobaugh, l-'red Patterson, Sam Tidd. THIRTY-SIX we lilmua o mmm CLASS OF 1889fWV. J, Pring'e. Prof, John Bitner, Ed ll. Henry, Milo Ketchum, E Fred Pratz, Charles Pratz, Jabtz Slayton. dith Kightlingvr, Howard. Kirkpatrick. Philip Phares. CLASS OF 1890+VV. J. Pringle, Prof. Charles Burt. Sadie Clinch, Fred Darby, Bessie Ewalt, Orrie Snyder, Es.elfe VVasson. CLASS OF 1891-WV. J. Pringle, Prof. Emma Anderson, Gt-rtie Davis, Eve CLASS Harrison Dixon, Charles Farnum, Slayton, Leilia Vllilliamson. Fred He CLASS Ora Currlings, Frank Higgins, Asa Anna Vandervort, Esther Nvasson, Katie VVeibel. CLASS OF 1S94fS. B. Ethm-l Cullings, Charles Day, Bertha Denning, Reba Smith, Myrtle Slayton, Rose NV'ood, Mae Smith. CLASS OF 1S95fS. B. Anna Anderson, Laura Bodine, George Davis. Car Kemp, Daniel Ketchum, Harvey Lott, Edith Patterson, Mary Rose, Vifinifred Vlfheeler, Hortense VV'alker. OF 189373 B. Allison, Prof. Kirkpatrick, Ha ret Kemp, Lillie Vlfheeler, Frank VVing. OF 1892-W, J. Pringle, Prof. pstonstall, Edna Lawrence, Ne'lie A. Perrine, Fred rry Macy, Emma Putman, Sanford Sc-hriers, Allison, Prof. Herriott. Charles McCork,'e. Bert Riner, Anna Allison, Prof. Ennis, Edith Jones, Bertram C. A. Vance, Minnie VVoods, a Duth, Bessie CLASS OF 1S96eL. E, Flanegin, Prof. ' Fanny Bourgoin, Eva Clingan, Grace Farnum, Martha Hoit, Stella Mina. Miller, Marie Regan, Emma l-lint-r. Nallie Slayton, Rena NVebster, Kirkpatrick, Nellie Mannock, Lavarre VVycoft'. CLASS OF 1R9TfL. R. Flanegin, Prof. Mable Denning, Rosa Douglas, Samuel Gar'ri Hubbel, Leo .lohnson, Mary Kinnear, Sadie Lott, Jessie Mannock, Effie VV'ells, Ernest YV'heatcroft. son, Gertrude Hardenberg, Ortha Heptonstall, Emma Mathis, Ethel Runyan, Harry CLASS OF 1898-L. R. Flanegin, Prof. Frank Armstrong, Charles Clinch, Harold Herriott, Henry Jarman, Roy Kightlingcr, Ethel Cullings, Nettie DeBacher. Frank Eslinger, Blanch McCann, Alice McCullough. Anne McDermott, Es.her Nelson, Harry Rose, Bertha YYvi2.ib61, Myrtle VV'ebsty. CLASS OF 1899-L. R. Flanegin, Prof. Leslie Anderson, Anno Armstrong, Ada C. Buell. Anna DeBacher, Pearl Greenough, Myrtle DeBacher, Lora Hart, Elliott E, Head, Harlan Hubbell, Harlan Jones, Nellie E. McCabe, Nora E. McCarty, 'Fessie A. McDermott, David H. Morton, Margaret M. Nelson, Edna L. Patterson, Nora Nelson, Margaret O. Powell, Nellie M. Regan, Margaret E. Stewart, Blanc-h Swigert, Harry Troth, CLASS OF 1900iL. R. Flanr-gin, Prof. Archie Miles, Harry Richardson. CLASS OF 1901-L. E. Flanegin, Prof. Edwin Brown, Marion Brown, Mellie Earing, Lloyd Graham, Earl Henry, Allan Higgins. Amy Hotchkiss, Dean Jay, Leroy Kershaw, Florence McKerrow, Albert Van Patten, Neva Wlalton, Clifton VVycoff. CLASS OF 1902-J. M. Martin. Prof. Mary Bowers, Maurice Grumfey, Mable DeBacher, Ross E. Cullings, Fannie E. Remmele, Everet S. Cathcart, Mina Morton, Bert Conrey, Nina E. E. Snyder. CLASS OF 1903 Fred Martz, Earl Vance, Nellie VV'ells, Belle Harry Quigley, Edson Kinnear, Margaretta Jay, CLASS OF 1904 Sylvia Zoll, Nellie Wlheatcroft, Merle Snyde- Leia Cathcart, Lottie Bourgoin, YVill Bolin, Evali CLASS OF Earl Horsley, Paul VVestbay, Laice Orv Bowers, Lelia Armstrong, Lottie Armstrong. is, Cha Palmer, Charles E. Smith, Elsie M. Philhower, Dale -Charles Stuart, Prof. VV'ilbur, Raymond Troth, Jamc-s Turner, Maude Smith, Rea Harkntss, Marilla Cooper, -Charles Stuart, Prof. r, Monica Smith. Mary Humphreys, John Grumley, na Brooks. - 1905-Charles Stuart, Prof. rlfs Grumley, Florence Gabriel, Anna Booth, Charles CLASS OF 1906-Charles Stuart, Prof. Gertrude Bowers, Orral Conver, Glennie, Tyler, Gertrude VVaibeY, Mildred Bowers, Ina Learned. CLASS OF 1907-Charles Stuart, Prof. Irwin Dalton, John Boswell, Bertha Graham, Gilbert Lane, Raymond Lyons, Cara. Nelson, Essie Rynearson, Florence Walton, Paul VV'e.lls, Ada Mfheatcroft, Dale Zink, Iantha Zoll. CLASS OF 1908112 S. Henry, Prof. Frances Jay, Edna Learned, Clifford Lott, Liilie Mannock, John Troth, Frances NValton, Katherine VVhite, Marie Zink, Wilda Armstrong, Miriam Potts, Agnes Morton, Wallace Snyder, Edna Parr. CLASS OF 1909-T, S. Henry, Prof. Margaret Schori, Florence Criger, Henry Kessler, Alice Lott, Harry Niece, 5- THIRTY-SEVEN DIIIIDEJDIILIDJIEIIUJIDIEIJJIIIIEIJIDJ CL XSS OF l9l0fT. S. Henry, Prof. Clarence Shissler, Lola Fish. Mable Schori, Mabel Higgins, Raymond Nibbelin, Sidney Cullings, Goldia Booth, Louella Booth, Ffoyd Gooding, Arthur Dalton, Sara Convor, Samuel Conver, Ella Oakes, Walter Manock. CLASS OF 1911-T. S, Henry, Prof. Jennie Phillips, John Stevens, Ella Van Pelt, John Bowers, Eleanor Schlots, Hazel DeBacher, Frieda Korth, Mabel Brooks. CLASS OF 1912-T. S. Henry, Prof, Raymond Dikeman, Harold Shissler, Chester Lyons, Neal Higgins, Viflilliain Criger, Newell Reed, Florence Seltzer, Alice Tolbcrt, Lois Nichols, Ethel Reed, Florence Lyons, Bernice Noel, Frances Bowers, Thora Morton. CLASS OF 1913fC. C. Condit, Prof. Leroy VVatkins, John Schultz, Ralph Kilpatrick, Oliver Gregory, Howard Schlots. Ellwyn Troth, Laura Brown, Vivian VVhiting, Estelle Whitney, Vvilhclmina Taylor, Bernice Goliday, Hazel Seltzer. CLASS OF 1914fC. C. Condit, Prof. Louise Condit, Frank Schultz, Esther Nichols. George Shissler, Hazel Atherton, Roy Gore, Evelyn Humphreys, C,lifton Humphreys, Mabel VViley, Olive Troth, Edna Brooks, Eleanor McCann, Margaret Smith, Margretha Friedrichs, Blanch Oldknow. CLASS OF 1915+C. C, Condit, Prof. Lillian Van Sicklc, Louise Shissler, Grace Barrett, Charlotte Johnson, Georgia Taylor, 'Una Nelson, Maude Adams, Eva. Holt, Marie Kelly, Elsie Lyons, Lena Seltzer, Leona Higgins, Edwin Kilpatrick, Leonard Lang, Gilman Davidson, Logan Nelson, Jessie McCann, Myrtle McKown. CLASS OF 1916-C. C. Condit, Prof. Merle Threw, Charles Dooley, Mary McFall, Naomi Vlfaibel, Leonard Higgins, Margery Strufe, Almetta Maher, Frank Allen, VVinifred Kelly, Ruth Zink, Roscoe Redding, Esther Kortli, Veda Holt, Edgar McDonald, Gladys VVootcn, Earl Kelly, Fern Humphreys, Margery Schenck, Lcona Day, Maude King, Howard Redding, Edna Foster. CLASS OF 1917-C. C. Condit, Prof. Max Wasson, Catherine Stevens, John Kilpatrick, Frank Johnson, Lulu 1NIcKown, George McKinley, Russel Schori, Marjorie Bowers, Hugh Nelson, Donald Niece, Elmer Miles, Henry Tully, Clifton Conver. CLASS OF'1918eC. C. Condit, Prof. Lucile Kelly, Harold Herbert, Frances VanSickle, Ruth Ireton, lsaac Barrett, Helen VVhite, Mildred Peters, John Schori, Mary Threw, Nellie Schvnck, Charles Tidd, Lora Flanegin. Marguerite Gregory, Howard Atherton, Gladys Lindzcy, Leola Burt, Leslie MacDonald, Leah Thatcher, Dorothy Condit, James Cusack, Mary Davis, Margaret Gmahle, Elmore Brown, Nan Johnson, Grace Carlson, Thomas Dwyer, Pearl Dragoo, Opal Kelly, Roy Harkness, Naomi Johnston, Edna MacDonald, Patrick Cusack, Gayle Weeks, Russell Fuller, Alma Lindzey. K CLASS' OF 1Sl19+C. C. Condit, Prof. Richard Schenck, Maude Miller, Edwin Miranda, Lauretta Tully, Rosanna Stevens, Margaret Vfiokwire, Mark Brennan, Verna VVooten, Wilda Threw, Elma VV'asson, Louis Miles, Rowena Wasson, Horace Demick, Margaret Phares, Ada Boice, June Bandy, Leroy Andrews, Gladys Proctor, Francis Zink, Mona Snyder. CLASS OF 1920-C. C, Condit, Prof. , Gladys Archibald, Ralph Bacher, Howard Carter, Marianne Clinch, Mary Cusack, Mary Dwyer, Harley Green, Anna Grumley, George Gutshall, Hazel Gutshall, Birdella Harkness, Adrienne Herbel, Mildred Higgins, Rachel Holt, Gerald Jarman, Alta Johnson, Roy Keeling, Helen Lindzey, Owen Lind- zey, Frances McCarty, Verna Miles, Bruce Mullen, Elva Peters, Forrest Reed, Genevieve Riner, Mona Ristine, Doris Shively, Harry Stalter, Louis Stalter, Ruth Thatcher, Dean Threw, Anna Trowbridge, Ferne Threw, Harvey VanSickle. CLASS OF 1921-C. C. Condit, Prof. Mabel XVOI-ley, Ralph McKown, Ruth VV'ooten, Fred Schlots, Ruth French, Clare Bagg, Ruby Was- son, Albert WV'olford, Margaret Sporrer, Dean Condit, My'rta Martin, Chester Miles, Edna Clark. CLASS OF 1922-C. C. Condit, Prof. Herman Shelton, Everett Redding, Ensley Strapp, Edith Jarman, Roma Shively, Roland Hitch- cock, Florence Phares, Arthur Dragoo, Ruth Caldwell, Harry MacDonald, Margaret Kilpatrick, Loren Oakes, Mary Whitney, Edwin VVatkins, Elora Burt, Russell Remma-le, Daniel Tully, Faye Hoyt, Kathryn Callister, Bernard Mullen, Earl Schenck, Florence Threw, Lawrence Harkness, Leon Carter, Clyde Hendrix, Erma. McKinty, Walter Redding, Grace VV'ickwire. CLASS OF 1923-C. C. Condit, Prof. Leah Maher, Floyd Brown, Earline VVeeks, John Cullings, E'lsie Manual, Millard Day, Mary De- mick, Harry' Stotler, Elva VVolford, Margaret Seltzer, William Schenck, Ralph Melville, Dorothea Young, William Jaques, Margaret Ekstrand, Cornelius Kemp, Cecil Coon, Lucile Flint, Paul Miles, Everett Epley, Pearl Clinch, Nvalter Dalton, Doris Colvin, Lester Turl, Kathryn Cusack, VWil1ard DeFord, Della Brown. CLASS OF 1924-C. C. Condit, Prof. Nina Threw, Iona Rambo, Etta Vohland, Edith VVlorley, Ruth Shively, Agnes Kelly, Myrtle Flickinger, Opal Lindzey, Lorena Fleischer, George Fleisher, Jeanette Coolidge, Jessie French, Louise Macey, Ruth Eslinger, Paufinc Jarman, Chester Patton, Zelda Perril, Leonard VVindish, Minerva Carlson, Lela Murphy. THIRTY-EIGHT K 1 Q 3 'ii fb Cwrganiza- 9 7' F M fl 'Ill mm Uhr Hlmuz mmmmm ff A-I 5 , 'af '. I , Im x f Tuma ,fig s a+ r 1 by 1. P A. . , ...ab - 1925 -1--lli Uhr ltlmua mm llottoin Row-Miss llarling, lilizaheth Steer, Doris Dobbs, Gladys l3eFord. Ruth Nichols. Kathryn Nlalier, Genevrn Zink, Cornelia Day, Virginia Miller, Inez Smith. 2nd Rowfllelen VVassou, Mary Johnson, Susanne Smith, listher llolt, VVilcla Hoyt, Ada llohrer, Dorothy Nel- son, llernice Pierson, Clariuda VVassou, Neva Higgins. 3rd Rowe.-Xlice Shawver, Mary Noggle. liertha Dalton. Helen Hart, Leone llelierfl. Corinne Zinn, Ruth Cullings. Girls, Glee Club One noon about the eighth of October, Miss Darling gathered together a num- ber of the High School girls in the auditorium to test their voices. A few days later, the names of the twenty-seven chosen for the Glee Club were read in the assembly. VVork soon started in real earnest. Regular practices were held every Thursday night. In January, they received their first opportunity to show how much they had accomplished in this short time. Mr. Kilpatrick asked them to sing at a meet- ing of the Undertakers' Association. Suflicient proof of tl1e girls' success was shown by tl1e number of invitations, which they afterwards received, to sing at various functions. It has been the custom every year to give an operetta together with the Boys, Glee Club. This year tl1e girls are not only going to do this, but have already planned a concert to be given sometime in March or April. G . D., 25. FORTY ' Glhv Hlmua mm Bottom RowfNYallaee limerick, Harold Redding, Thomas Lee, Harley Fleisher, Dale Runyon, Lloyd Graham, Owen Hubbell, Glenn ltelford. 2nd Rowflaeo VVinflisl1, George Moore. Leon Wlhitney, liverett llohrer, Loren Shelton, VYarcl Schori. 3rd Row-Leonard Heller, llill Proc- tor, Dean Proctor, Ilclforest Hitchcock, llale Threw, .loe Mailander. Boys, Glee Club A goodly number of boys answered for volunteers issued by Mr. Campbell the first day of music. A few of the boys were lost by graduation last year, but for the most part the old glee club is back again. So far this year about all the glee club has done is practice, but the county meet is coming, and in this there is a contest be- tween the glee clubs of various schools. Of course, the boys expect to win-perhaps. The boys are grateful for the help of Miss Gladys DeFord, who acts as pianist for the glee club. The following members belong: FIRST TENOR Thomas Lee, VVm. Proctor, Dale Runyon, Harold Redding, Leonard Heller, Jua- ior Mailander and Everett Bohrer. SEr'oND TENOR Glenn DeFord, Howard Berger and VVard Sehori. FIRST BASS Dale Threw, Thomas Miller, Harley Fleisher and Loyd Graham. SECOND BASS DeForest Hitchcock, Dean Proctor, Loren Shelton, Leo VVindish, George Moore and Owen Hlubbell. O. H., ,26. FORTY-ONE on imma H1 mmmmm Left to Rightflnez Smith, Louise Shawver, Cornelia Day, Aflell hLcYey, Leone Delford. Gladys Delforcl, Doris Dobbs, Miss Darling, Direetorg Thomas Cooley, Howard llergcr. E. C. l"l. S. Orchestra Tap Tap! Tap! l'm the stick Miss Darling uses to direct the orchestra. VVho is Miss Darling- Vlflhy sl1e is the director of the orchestra. Sometimes l lay on the stand while she plays the cornet. Here l am now, so llll tell you about the orchestra. First Vll tell you about our violins. See that little curly auburn haired girl? ThaL --1.1. and right next to her sits Leone. They're our best players and sur . 0 The next girl is Louise. Her hobbies are talking and playing the violin .. V shels good at both. Next is Doris. She may be little, but we couldn't along without her. Do you see those boys over there with those long wooden things? They are Howard Berger and Dale Runyon and what they are playing are clarinets. They are right there when it comes to playing the clarinet. Now over there at the piano sits our little Gladys. She's the nucleus of the orchestra, with her playing and sheis always on time. Now this is all our Hrst string orchestra, but we have some others too. See those three in the back row? VVell the little girl is Inezg the boy is Leo Hill and the other girl is Adell. They're good players, but not quite good enough for first company. Now that big boy over there with the cornet is Ted and the other one is Carl. Thomas Cooley comes up from the grades to help us. Now last but not least come the saxophones. The big boy with the curly hair is Lloyd QFuzzyj. He has a C melody and that is the reason he and several others are not with the big orchestra. VVell as live introduced you to them all, goodbye for the day. Come again. T. l.., ,26. FORTYYTWO Kathryn Maher, llelen Hart, Gladys DeFord, Cornelia Day. E. C. H. S. Girls, uartet They organized in 1920 during their Freshman year, and during their four years in old E. C. H. S., have been one of the most active organizations of the school. They are always the first to get into action at the beginning of a new term. About the second day of school they might be heard diligently practicing the hard spots of "Big Brown Bearj' or perhaps, "Old King Colefl Practice is never interrupted by a false high note, as Kathryn is able to hit high Hel' unfalteringly, wonderful?-VVhy it fairly makes you stop thinking t' 'I-ern. Slow?- Well I guess not. Theylre so full of pep that they seldom stand sri' cially Gladys, who keeps time for the girls by tapping her heel. 1 The girls had the misfortune of losing their former accompanist, Miss 1...n1I.fl V'orley, who graduated last year, but have filled her place with Elizabeth Steer, a Freshie wno 1 ...' 1 already proved herself worthy of a place in this renowned aggregation. During their four years, the Quartet has been a forward organization of the community. They have delightfully entertained the Kiwanis Club on several occasionsg they have sung at school functions and home talent plays of the community, as well as the Fall Festival. But most important of all was the concert of quartet numbers, readings, solos and instrumental duets. It furnished a delightful evenings entertainment for the community, the proceeds of which went toward the "Ulmus" fund. Now come the questions: What will E. C. H. S. do without this quartet, which was always ready to help out in any entertainment? NVhat will these girls do? Break up after four years, or take another name and go on to assured success? That is yet to be seen. H. F. B., '25. FORTY-THREE fm Flhe 151111115 mm Bottom Row-Thomas Lee, Irene lvlaher, Ada Hoyt, DeForest Hitchcock, Leone DeFord, Miss Darling, Owen Hubbell. Zucl Row-Kathryn Maher, Dorothea llowmun, Cornelia Day, lllaflys DeFo1'd, Ruth Cullings, Helen Hart, Ruth Tidd, Clarahel Herbert. French Club The French Club was started shortly after the mid-year holidays, under the leadership of Miss Darling. This club was organized for the purpose of promoting the interest of French among the French students. The Club is made up of both the first and second year classes. The French students of the first class are: Ruth Cul- lings, Dorothea Bowman, Leone DeFord, Clarabel Herbert, Ada Hoyt, Ruth Tidd, Owen Hubbell, DeForest Hitchcock, Thomas Lee, Irene Maher and Cornelia Day. The members of the second year class are: Gladys DleFord, Kathryn Maher and Helen Hart. The first meeting was held at the home of Helen Hart. The evening was spent in singing songs in French and also talking in French as much as we were capable of. Refreshments were served later on in the evening. This was our first, but not our last and we hope that as much interest will be taken in the following meetings. L. D. AND C. D., ,25. m Ghz Hlmuz mmm ,Pa -- kiqqfr W ' Athlviirz Q Ml 1,548 1 'QQ 4 g E 4 4 A Q HIS 1925 Boys' Athletic Association Tl1is year a boys, Athletic Association was started. with Owen Hubbell elected President and Coach Stinson as faculty manager and treasurer. The progress in track last year was not so good as in some former years. YVe placed third at the County Meet and made points at all other meets except the Stagg. ln tennis Neva Higgins is our star. Football was started again this year. Although we won but one game. tied one and lost two, we were very successful considering the ma11y ditlieult problems to be faced, and the inexperience of the new. llost of the team will remain next year and we should be more successful. lve shall meet such teams as Canton, Averyville, lVyoming and Chillicothe, so we expect some good games. Basketball took the center of the stage when the football sesaon closed. VVc were successful in about two-thirds of our scheduled games. Harley Fleisher was elected captain, and about a dozen boys have attended practice regularly during the season. In the county tournament, we beat Chillicothe, but were defeated by Averyville in the semi-finals. Vlfe wish to express our appreciation of the efforts of ltfr. Herriott with the Football and Basketball teams. Wie lose but one man from the squad this year, and should have a very successful season next year. ' G. M., '25 AND T. M., '26. Cl Girls, Athletic Association On October 26th, Miss Kathryn Clark called a meeting of all the girls, for the purpose of organizing a Girls, Athletic Association. Louise Shawvcr was elected President. No other officials were thought necessary. Miss Darling has acted as business manager. The association now has as as active members. thirty. all interested in the chief sport, Basketball. The last week in February a tournament was held. the four classes contesting. The Freshman team, Bernita lfcVey, Capt., Helen YVasson. Virginia Miller, Delores Hall, Elizabeth Steer, Genevra Zink. The Sophomores: Marie Fleisher, Capt., Louie Shawver. Ada Bohrer, Velda Eubanks. Esther Holt. The Juniors: Ruth Cullings, Capt., Bertha Dalton, Clarabel Herbert, Doris Dobbs, YVilda Hoyt. The Senicrs: Alice Shawver, Capt., Verna Metz, Leone DeFord. Francis YVickwire, Ruth Clinch and Helen Hart. All these teams have Hsubsu too. The Sophomores "brought home the bacon,', defeating their opponents by many points. After the tournament an all-star team was chosen, the following girls having made it and receiving letters: Bfarie Fleisher. Helen Wvasson. Louise Shawver, Helen Hart, Bertha Dalton and Velda Eubanks. Vilhen spring comes, the girls plan on such athletics as tennis, volley ball and track. This is the first year the girls have taken lively interest in these sports. It has been proven by regular attendance of the members to practices and thru the ability of our instructor we have enjoyed tl1e season very much. Wie hope the teams will show as much enthusiasm in these as they have shown during the Basketball season. hi. F. AND L. S. ,27. FORTY-SIX lllinois lnterscliolastic Three ears of contestants and rooters left Elmwood Thursday noon, and arrived in Cham- paign about seven at night. Most of the boys stayed at Fraternity houses. Vlfe spoilt must of Friday morning looking over the Armory, Stadium, Campus and other places of great interest to us. The preliminaries were held Friday afternoon, and the finals Saturday morning. The following competed: Dean Proctor, Glenn Clark, Owen Hubbell, John Holt, ltay Metz, Everett Bohrer, Loring Jarman and Thomas Miller. The results were as follows: Dean Proctor-tied lst-Pole vault. Glenn Clark-4th-Mile run. The other Elmwood students who attended the circus and meet with us were Harley and George Fleisher, I.eonard iVindish, Milford Kirkbride, Charles Condit, DeForest Hitch- cock, Coaches Elder and Stinson, also Helen Hart and Kathryn Maher. NVQ- saw also a dual meet between Michigan and Illinois, in which such stars as Brooker, Brownell, Hubbard and Kinsey participated. YVe all started home Sunday morning, coming by way of Springfield. Some of us visited the Lincoln Monument. We all enjoyed the trip very much. T. M., ,26. Bradley lnterscliolastic The following boys represented Elmwood at this meet: Glenn Clark, Owen Hubbell, Dean Proctor, Raymond Metz, Everett Bohrer, Loring Jarman, John Holt and Thomas Miller. Helen Hart and Leonard VVindish spokes in the deelamatory contest. The following were the results for Elmwood: Glenn Clark-3rd-Mile run. Thomas Miller-3rd+High jump. In this meet we ran up against the stiffest competition in the state, and all of the team did well. A number of rooters accompanied us to the meet. T. M., '26. Military and Knox Track Meet A fine day, a fine place-and well, a fairly good showing characterized these two meets which were held together. A good crowd came from Elmwood to back the boys. The meets were held at the Knox Athletic field, which was in perfect condition. The boys who went up were as near as I can find out: Proctor, Miller, Clark, Condit, Mletz, Jarman, Holt, Hitchcock and Hubbell. Avon took first and received the trophy at a banquet given by Knox College and here also the following received medals. I MlI.I'l'AltY TRACK MEET Clark-1st.iMile. Miller-3rdfHigh jump. Proctor-3rd-Pole vault. Holt-3rd-Broad jump-100 yd. dash. KNOX RELAYS Hubbell-3rd+Pole vault. O. H., ,26. Lomloarcl lnterscholastic The following boys competed in this meet: Glenn Clark. Owen Hubbell, Dean Proctor, John Holt, Ray Metz, I,oring Jarman, Everett Bohrer and Thomas Miller. The following were the results: Glenn Clark-3rd-Mile run. Thomas Miller-3rd-High jump. John Holt-tied 3rd.-Broad jump. VVe were all entertained at a banquet afterwards, where such men as Joie ltay, Harold Osborne and Ray iVatson talked to us. T. M., '26. Staggis lnterscbolastic Meet Tlmrsday morning, May 29, we left for the largest Interscholastic Meet in the United States-the Stagg Meet at Chicago. It was about six-thirty and it had rained all night, so we did not anticipate a very delightful trip to the hard road, but luck was with us and we reached it without any trouble. Our ride was not very enjoyable, for it rained on us all the way, but FORTY-SEVEN any ialmug mmm Uhr 351111115 m mm nevertheless, we reached Chicago about four o'clock and were assigned to our rooms at a Frat. house of the U. of Chicago. ln the tryouts Thursday, the boys passed very successfully. Friday was the real Meet and all the crack athletes of the United States were there. Records were broken in every event in which our boys were entered, but while none of our boys placed, they made a good showing in their events. Sunday morning we drove through the "Loop"-the business district and also to Lincoln Park on Sheridan Road. On the way home we stopped at Starred Rock. After leaving the hard road we again struck mud, and on account of this did not arrive home until late Monday morning. Dean Proctor, Glenn Clark, Thomas Miller. Mr. Stinson and DeForest Hitchcock made the trip, Dean, Glenn and Thomas being entered in the meet. Every- one enjoyed the trip in spite of the rain and the nmd. D. H., '26. Peoria County Meet The Peoria County Meet was heid in Princeville. May 25, 19.24. lfllmwood had bad luck and only received third place with 52 points. Jolm Holt was high point man for lfl. C. H. S. The following points were won: TRACK Holt-Ist., Broad jump-2nd, 50-100-200 yd. dashes-ith, Low hurdles. Miller---lst, High jump, height 5' 8" Qnew reeordj. Proctor-2nd. Pole vault-3rd, High jumip. Clark-lst, Mile-Half. liohrer-3rd, Mile-ith, Quarter. Metz-2nd, Javelin. TENNIS Boys' doubles-Holt and Hzell, -Lth. Boys' singlesillolt, ith. Girls' doubles--listher Holt and Pauline Jarman, -Lth. Girls' singles-Neva Higgins, lst. M USIC Piano--Dorothy Nelson., 3rd. lJl'lCI..XM.X'l'l0N Bernice Colvin--ith. N. H., '25. Macomb Track Meet On Saturday morning, May 12, two cars loaded with track men and two or three specta- tors left Elmwood and started for Macomb. They had high hopes of coming home victorious, although their star miler Glenn Ciark was absent with a cold. They made the seventy miles in good time and arrived at their destination shortly before noon. After eating a light lunch and resting awhile. the track men went over to the VVlestern Macomb Normal gymnasium and dressed for the meet. The day was not a very good one and before the meet had gone very far it began to drizzle. However it didn't rain enough to hurt anything and the meet proved to be a success. Elmwood placed third in a field of 23 schools. Those who made points were: Metz-lst, Javelin. Miller-3rd, High jmnp. Holt-2nd, Broad jump. Those who made the trip were: Mr. Barclay, Mr. and Mrs. Stinson, Mr. Elder, Helen Hart, Thomas Miller, Owen Hubbell, Raymond Metz, Everett Bohrer, John Holt, Loring Jarman and Dean Proctor. D. P., '26. "Little 5" Elmwood. Trivoli, Vmlliamsfield and lirimfield competed in this meet. Elmwood won by a close score of 56 to VVilliamsfield's 53. John Holt was the star of the day. As an exhibi- tion Carter and VVatkins, graduates of li. C. H. S., demionstrated their skill in the shot and javelin respectively. lflmwood won 3rd in the Relay. Many enthusiastic spectators witnessed this meet. T. M., '26, 7ge---- our imma Bottom RowfRaymond Metz, Dean Proctor, Di-Forest Hitchcock, Evert-tt Bohrer. Lor- ing Jarman, Owin Hulihell, Dallas NVinn. 2nd Rowfl-larley Fleishcr, Carl Scragg. Coach Herriott, Louis Daum, Coach Stinson. Loren Shelton. A Message from Eric Liddel, World Record Brealcer VVhile in Paris it was Mr. Barclay's good pleasure to meet Eric Liddel imme- diately after he lowered the worldis record in the 1100 meter dash. The Paris papers claimed that the race was one of the most spectacular ever witnessed. Liddel is a student for the ministry in the Presbyterian Church, and is planning to go to China as a medical missionary. He preached in the Scotch Presbyterian Church in Paris, where Mr. Barclay heard him and later in the day received this personal message for Elmwood's athletes. "In the dust of defeat as well as in the hour of triumph, remember that he is truly crowned who is conscious that he has done his best."-Eric Liddcl. FORTV-NINE Tennis Tennis has always been one of the chief sports of the Higl1 School for both girls and boys. Neva Higgins, the star player of the girls, has represented the Elmwood High School at tl1e County Track meets and brought us fame. Neva now has four medals to her credit and we hope she will add another to l1er collection this year. The school will suffer a great loss this year as Neva graduates. No other will be able to take her place and win the glory and fame for E. C. H. S. which she has done. E. H., '27. There is one in our midst whom we feel sure will someday get his name in re- cord for violating the law of gravity. This one is Tommy Miller. He is going 5'- IOMU and l1is height increases with time. Through a mishap Tomrnyls picture does not appear among the track team, but he has done such good work that he de- serves individual mention. Tommy is also a good all-round athlete, having run the hurdles last year and is valuable as a basketball player, but his main point is the high jump and his greatest ambition is to exceed all previous records this year and we are sure he will. R. N., ,25 FIFTY Uhr 151111115 11 lmmlmii 130110111 Row: llitvlicock, tupt. Ind Row: L Shelton, Mgr. DL-an 1,l'U4'llbl'. Milford Kirklrrinle. 'ua Lynne Ifuggolie. Ilailzxs 1Y'ir1n, Owen Hu1vb.l1, Huriuy 17191511912 ll I 1 l Basketball Sciweciuie Elmwood-Yatcs City ,,,. 1" 1 Elmwoodffforpus Christi R1mW00dfKn0xvi1lv ....,, E1mw00dfVVi11i:1msficlr1 ..,, ..,, ,,. . Elmwoodf I rivoii ....,,,,... 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DEFOR l'iS'l' H ITC HCOC K "Hitch" held the very difficult position of fiool' guard. He was a human whirlwind, seeming to be in every corner of the floor at the same time. His facility at making goals combined with his speed made him a player to he depended upon to be at his place at all times. Rah! Rah! Rah! Hitch! DEAN PKOCTOR Dean gave everyone a surprise on the basket- ball floor. WVe had no doubt as to his ability in track, but we had not expected him to show up in basketball. Dean played at standing guard and believe us he sure stood. VVheu they bumped into Dean at the back line they got no farther. "Stone- wall" Jackson had no-thing on him. Come on, Dean. YEA ELMWOOD! I.ET'S GO! FIFTY-TWO H any imma DALLAS VVINN ' VVhen "Buttercup" took the floor with his fascinating grin, he captivated all the girls as well as showed a superior brand of basketball. Dallas played at forward and was a whiz on baskets. His high mark was 18 points at Fair- view. Daily! Dally! Dally! THl0M1AlS MILLER "Wfeno" of course showed at center and he overtopped even his tallest opponents. Tom never missed a tip-off to our knowledge and was a real stand-by. Tomi only started toward the end of the season but he wasn't all day making his mark we're here to say. Atta boy, Tom. OWEN HUBBELL "Hub" believes in luck and we believe that we are lucky to have him. He plays his strong card at forward and sunk some badly needed ones when they weren't expected. He took the credit of saving the day at Corpus Christi popping baskets right and left in the last few seconds of play. Rah for H,ub! YEA ELMWOOD! LET'S GO! FIFTV-THREE Glhe lilmua m mm Bottom RowfNorman Barclay, Ho,g'1-r Tarpy. Cornelius Vance, Kenneth Davy, Elon Steer, XVoodrow W'or1ey, Daniel Maher, Ralph Gayman. End How-Paul Hitchcock Faint., John Vkfei-ks, James Robinson, Coach llitc-hc-of-k. Robert Dl'i!lltl9Ill3l1l'H, .lean Bourgoin. Leland Siinkins, Grade B8Sli9tl38ll The grade basketball team this year did all that could be expected of them. They were handicapped by their size in some instances, but most of the time they overcame this handicap by their speed and basket shooting. The first of Novem- ber they started practicing with DeForest Hitchcock as their coach. They had a bunch of sixteen out at the first practice. This however, as the year went on, dwindled down to about ten. The first team was: Paul Hitchcock Capt., John Hart, Leland Simkins, John lVeeks and Eugene Bourgoin. At the county tourna- ment Paul Hitchcock made the All-Star Team. Elmwood ...... 7 Trivoli ....., ,.... 3 Elmwood ..,.... ...... 7 Brimfield ..... 5 Elmwood .....,, ..,... '7 Trivoli ,,.c,. ,,,,, 6 Elmwood ,...., 141 Knoxville ......., 11 Elmwood fi Hanna City .... , 6 Elmwood ..,... 9 Brimfield ..... ,,,,.... 1 4 Elmwood ...,... ...,.... 1 0 Trivoli ...... .,....,, 5 Total.. .,..,. 57 Opponents .,,,., .,,e,.,.,,.,.....,,A 1 -9 L. and P. H 1925 FIFTY-FOUR GI I1 19 1111 115 ign3ig1i15lmi1iglgQ1ilgiQL5iu11fguga1miT' Y 1 l'ii's. Ilhxx fffl,ui1is-- Fhuxx ver. Hi-lon llurt. 12:11-li liuxx IS:-H1111 lln'1mi. Muiiv lflvislier. llvlfu XY:issm1, Yvlwlzl liiilmiiks. Miss lizlrlinif, t'u:u'l1. Girls, All-star Basketball Team Bl.Xlill'l Fl.l'llSlllili-l'e1ile1'. It SVZIN e-Viclvnt from thc- shirt lhul Nlilfll' wmilcl make llw .Xll-Shu' frmu hui' 5lIIN'l'lUl' clegrvc uf work. XYhill- in hvr Illhlllllll :ns uviilvi' shi- is il model uf ?xll't'2lQIlll :xml skill. She has lwu more yn-urs in whivh hr l'UllSlllIll' hs-1' pzimimi fur luzlskvt- hull. lll'll.l'lN XYXSSONV Sitlf- l't'IllCl'. As Sicle Cf-nh-1' llvln-ii is :in 0x2lllll5ll' of wlmf thc- Frvslimvll win put mil. Alllicixlgrli small she is Nlll1'l'K'N just thx' szulw. llurzihilily Quill lciun work :irc lll'l' lwu spwi:ullivs. She has tlirce mum' years ln-furc hm-1' hr show us mum- nf ln-r "wh1l'f." Yl'll,l7.X l'll'l3,XNKS Giizlnl. This was lhv first yvui' of Yvlclzfs 2lI5lll'Zll'Zllli'k' un the flmw. llcr lllllllll has lwvh ull tliruugli the year Nllezuly hui not l'0llQIll.u Ill-r long: pussvs lmvv lwlpccl to plll' hcl' wln-re shi' is. S110 with thx' ollwi' lwu Hoplmiiimws A-xpvcl lu "luring limiw thc- lmm'mi" in lhc cmiiingg two years. Shi' has lu-cn lil'lli'l'll,X l7.Xl,'l'0N- -cill2ll'il. "Sticker" i-4 thx- um' wurrl lhul 1-lzlssifivs hvr. lorturv in hvr uppmienls hy her exc-vllelii glliurmliligr, :mel has lH'Ull:Sflll hcl' lc-:im lu vi1"mi'y lllillly lima-s. Nvxl yl12ll', Surry to sexy, in hr-I' lust yl'2ll' wilh us. lll'll,l'lN ll.Xli'l' l'llPl'VV2lY'll. YVhen it uoinvs to lmslivllmll, llvlvn is ll rm-giilau' whirlwllicl. lla-I' quickm-ss :incl :ilcrtnv-s un the flour, has plucml hm' :inmng thc' lu-wi of Nu um- 1-milll mliwpulu lu-1' plzlve on the lvzun. This is hm' lzisl yn-:ir :xml wl- Vvry much. tlw furwzlrrls. will inixs hex' l.Ul'lSl'l Sl1.XXYYlili---l"urWz11'1l. "liilly'A is El rcglilzlr Qlilillilllll' U'lll'll fi l'llllll'S lu play- ing' lnmlu-llmzlll. 'l'wu greail K'll2ll'ilC'tl'1'lSlll'S make- hm' si liiilllllllh playa-r. 'lllll'Nl' :iw ll "sure shut" :xml ngmml Sl!lll'l.-Q lt has liven an plwlsiilx- hi play with or ilgfillllil hm' to cw-1'vii1iC who wax zlffurclvrl flu- opixmfllliily. Shv has fwu inrnrl- f'1'2lI'S tu play :incl you mm lwtt she will :always "vent 'vm up." Nl. l. l". :xml l,. l'l. S.. '2T. " grin! FlFTY-FIVE Cfihe Hlmua mmm Bottom Row-Milford Kirkbride. Lori-n Shelton, Everett Bohrer, Thomas Miller. 2nd Row-Dean Proctor, Owen Hubbell. Lowell Redding, DeForest Hitchcock, Capt., Loring Jarman, George Moore, Louis NYintlish, Top Rowft'oach Herriott. Daniel French, Dallas XV'inn, Carl Scragg, Raymond Metz, Harley Fleisher, Ilynn Faggottv, Foach Stinson. Football This being our first season of football we did not schedule very many games. Most of our time was spent in practice. Those of you who have practiced football with about twelve or thirteen men, know that it is a very tedious task for the coach as well as for the players. . Our first scrimmage was with the town team which was composed of a bunch of veterans. This game ended with a score of 6-6. Our next game was with Corpus Christi. In this game we were victorious and defeated them by a score of 54-0. 'We then journeyed to Cuba to play our first and only game away from home. This game was lost by a score of 32-13. VVe ended the season with a game at home with Averyville, in which we were defeated 12-6. lVe considered it a very successful season as it was our first year at this sport. A great amount of our success was due to the help of the business men who bought our suits for us and the rest to the patience and hard work of the Coach. D. and D. H. Ghz lilmua Qlalrnhar A We ER 843011001 starts. Everyone gt-ts acquainted with the new tear-hers. 'Feat-ln-rs also become acquainted with us. ft+4'lasses start in earnest. 10-Mr. Uampbell! makes his first appearance. Things seem more like olden timt s. 12wWe are visited by members of the Alumni. Senior elass meeting. 15flf'ootball prat-tire going good. 141-bvnior Wit-ner Roast. .,., ...--'I'wo Frtshmen tltwitle they would like to attend Amerit-an llistory Ulztss. Soon vhange their minds. .55-f-All vlasses are given a t-lass advisor. Meetings held to elert otiit-ers. lhxys have upper hand in Senior Class. 210-Seniors meet for Year Rook. Staff elected. Some battje waged. Girls victorious. 30-.luniors taktn in on l'lmus. Pommittees appointed. Fire drill. Miss Darling herds the Freshies out the window, x ,. is QCTQ ER 1iSenior boys appear in blue f-ortluroys. Z-Leone informls the assembly that no ont- loves her. Selilnnvrmtl High plays tirst foot-ball game. Score a tie. ti-G-irls receive a lecture in assembly, boys in Physirs L 8fSJix weeks exams start. NVhy so sad? ltjfli. H. S. defeats Corpus Christi 54-0. 13-Miss Darling puts dirt in Anatole Franctfs ears. 1TfSadder than ever. Report Cards given out. 22-Helen dreams. 24+High Sehootl gives team a send-off for Cuban game. 2Tf'I'alk on ro-opt-ration with athletics. 31--lk-p mt-1-ting held for football team. NQVE ER 3--Avt-ryvillv wins 13-ti. Some game. ti-Everyone is getting the 'F1u'. 1T+'l'alk un Uonstitution. 1SfSale of li. lk. Tickets start. a bora t ory. - :Liam . ' iff? KP: ' t up , '- ' -jg, wg, . 'fi N.' ' 'lf f- f' 'l'fl.tt.l'Q !9:! , Qs A 154,- 207'I'it-kel sale progresses. 21-Exams start, Everyone solt-mn. 2tZ4l'ep met-ting. First Basketball game. Elmwood wins ltiftr. Nine rnhs for tht- tt-am. Thanks- giving vfmzttiott, FIFTY-SEVEN 5 SJ 10 13 15 19 20 23 5 8 12 14 19 23 26 27 28 29 7 13 16 17 18 19 27 -Mr. Herriott tells a girl to stop talking in school and discovers that the 0 'F .9 - ' EEQE ER VVv beat tlorpus Fhiisti 20-11. Cornolia vmnes to sc-hool looking like n Fiji lsluntlor, Mr. Stinson forgets to go to r-lass. E, C. H. S. beats Knoxville High 14-1. girl is Miss Clark. lN'illiarnsfielt1 beatt-n 12-T. 'Frivoli wins l5-10. Vavatinn s.arts. .ifftttitti if -School opens. Everyone rwports a happy Vztc-ntiun. fl'arent-'l'ea0hers' Meeting' in autlitorium, -Elizabeth Steer sees white paper owls. FINALS. "Oh Lord of Hosts bt- with us yet Lest wt- forget, lest we forget," Owen Hubbell makes a graceful fall but as Kahhryn is nowhere around who slid he fall for? VVe are entertained at Pep meeting. -Seats changed! De-Forest and H+-lf-n lay in complaints bevause they can't sit by each other. Helen and Dean write notes. iHe1un and Dean at it again, -Loren Shelton informs tho Fivics Class that ht- is an "infant." Ruth Ulinch shows us a nvw way of gvtting at-quaintvtl with the ich. HELEN AND DEAN AT IT AGAIN. H so FE RUARY fSusanne Smith "O that rut, shi- was bitten." -Girls' B. B. Tournament started. -George Moore canned from Commercial Law. fGeorg't- Moore canned from Commert-ial Law. -GEORGE MIOORE UANNED FROM t7OM1l'llCRPlAI, LAVV AGAIN. fMr. Fram-is back. Gladys fails to work, she thinks the llanlhtlau Phi houst- is qtmrantined. fE. CT. H. S. loses to Brimfleltl, but wins from Trivoli. lv FIFTY-EIGHT f - Uhr 1H1mun mm MARCH tifflluys !0z1vv fm' 1'zm1m1 'I'mxrnzmwux lvl-.luninrs working' haul un In-L-vlmlif nl, 1NfSvni01's are vurimls lu see mln- Aunlilmium, 151-Senims amd I-'umllly arm- ruyznllp' t'Ill9l'lilillOtl zu the Hoc-mlvlion. Slffmnlurwl Burwn frnm Ilznnvill-', Ii4n.m-ky, speaks In-'fm'c Asst-mbiy. Jfhxst of Vlmus rozuly for press. 11-Duul Meet at Yun-s Pity. IS---Lilllo Five 'l'1'z1m-k 31991. 23f-I'rim-x-ville Duzll AI-wt. X v X xxY X x N X X L A , A 1 AY J 3, 4 gf ' W A. f M M lfllilimry Meer :xt GalQsim1'g:. Z2--lirzulley Meet. Ufxlilldlllilh Meer. 15-lliflllinnis Inlvrsc-l1ul:1sliv, 1Tfl5zxn-L-:l1uu1'ezLle ut AI. IG. 1'h111-wh. lfvavluss Day. 20--K'mnmvnu-mm-nt. Z1----Tennis Pr'elimimu'i4-S. 2lf22--Umlnty Meat at Iilnlwnml. tw-fSIa1g'p:' Mn-et, 1'l1ir':lgu. FIFTYYNINE Tflottom How?FraneZs Fhively. James Foster. Kenneth Sprout, lleonaiil llell--r, .lohn Freneh. Gail limerick, Oral Gallagher. Lind Row--VVilliam Proctor, Holland Searle, Uiven llall, Louis llaum. l.ouis Windisli. Daniel French. lilr. Stinson, Teacher, Top Ron'-l.loyd Graliam, Fred Stt-ck, Dale linnyon. lbcan Pioelor. l.owi-ll Itediling, Iwo Yi'indish. Agriculture Class The Agriculture department consists of two classes, the Agronomy or Soils and Crops and the Animal Husbandry. The former class is made up of Freslnnen boys, who are vitally interested in practical farming. They have made a special study of wheat, oats, corn, barley, rye and legume crops such as red clover, white clover, sweet clover and alfalfa. Calls from the local farmers who desired spraying, pruning: and seed corn testing done have been answered to their satisfaction, and the class is working now for an 800 ear corn tester which will be more satisfactory, sinee it will keep a uniform temperature. In the spring soil will be tested for the farmers who want to grow alfalfa and clover. and an analysis will be given, helping them to determine if the soil needs limestone. Several cars of limestone will be ordered resulting from this work. The Animal Husbandry consists mostly of farm boys who are interested in stock raising. Special instruction is given in feeding and management of the stock. Trips have been made to various farms around the country and great good has been gained. The annual Peoria trip, Saturday, Feb. 21, took in the stock yards, Yifilson Provision Co., Peoria Creamery Co. and the Farrow Chickeries. Lloyd Graham was awarded State Champion for all-round pig club work during the sca- son. He won first prize on his litter of four pigs and second on his gilt in Peoria Co. He also won lst, 3rd and 8th on gilts in the National Pig Club division. For this he received two medals. He was selected as one of Peoria's judging team and in the state contest where the team won 41th place he was high point man. Altogether he won 6 ribbons and S1465 00 in cash. Later 21925.00 was given a tribute to go to the International. Another member Leo VVLindish won on his pigs, 1st on litter, 3rd, 4th and 5th on giits in the-Co. class and 2nd and 3rd on boars in the National. He was selected by W. W. Dav, supervisor, to attend the state fair. He won fi ribbons and 21455.00 in cash. ,X club of twentv members has been formed for this year. ' SIXTY erm lawns .mmm Junior-Senior Reception On March 19, 1925, the Juniors entertained the Seniors, Faculty and wives Quo husbands as yetj at a banquet served at the Ml. R. Church. After all were seated the welcome was given by Eleanor Martin and Leon VVhit- ney gave the response in behalf of the Seniors. After this we were served a three course dinner consisting of fruit cocktail, chicken patties, mashed potatoes, gravy, rolls, coffee, beet pickles, jelly, lily salad, brick ice cream and angel food cake. The pillars of the dining room were wrapped in blue and white and rose and blue. The place cards and favors were blue and white. Professor Francis acted as toastmaster, and the toasts were as follows: "The Architect',4VVard Schori, "Raw Matcrialn-Loring Jarman, "The Foundationuflrene Maher, uThe VValls,'--eThomas Lee and "Decorations'4Helen Hart. Each of these was compared to school life and the faculty and the unrolling of our careers. Mr. Francis made life miser- able for those around him during the banquet, promising us all a chance to show our talent for extemporaneous speeches, but we manged to escape by making a number of rash promises. About 9 oielock we left the pretty banquet hall to ride or walk to the school building. The auditorium was also artistically decorated in the Junior-Senior colors. The center of the room was bare, while about the outside, furniture and rugs gave a cozy appearance. The walls were decorated with designs in color representing the faculty and both classes. The lights were draped with crinkled crepe paper. VVe all found chairs and lo! music issued from apparently the roof. After long examina- tion we discovered radio, the loud speaker of which was hung from the middle of the ceiling. Then, Tommy Lee appeared on the stage in the garb of an old man. He was seeking a husband for his daughter, Fanny. Owen Hubbell comes in wanting to buy a horse, whose name he believed to be Fanny also. After many amusing misunderstandings, they discover that the letters they had were a mistake. After the poor daughter has been discussed as a horse, an undertaker, Harley Fleisher, appears with a letter stating the death of Fanny. Again the father believes the man wishes to marry his daughter. The conversation was highly en- joyable. At last the horse-buyer returns with the discovery that it is April 1st and that they are all April fools. At this time, our favorites Russell Remmele and Ruth Eslinger, appeared to furnish tl1e dance music. It didn't take long for us to get started and nearly every- one stepped out for a while. Even Mr. Francis tried to do a one-step with his crutch. Those who didn't dance played card games. About 11:30 we said "good nighti'-everyone tired but happy. This, the Junior-Senior Reception of 1925 was more formal than heretofore. May those in the coming years be as fine and as much enjoyed. s 1 :X-s.'35:.,, N5 ,www .,f.,,,'f, ,I 1 '. ffsieffsxvwkx. fx s f .-.e ww 5. X X X :El SIXTY-ONE Uhr Bilmua 'vw- DVS SIXTY-TWO i1i1 ' """"' """ G UP 151111115 mmmmmmu nmnm 5 'el , K WM ' ,y 151 g? I 3111 'M ,N W km X 'H15 w X L I VY' H 5 J, we - Lax an Q r miflgf "'K'b X 03 " Q fmmmm mmunmm mummlmmm '3 Helen II.--"A ring on thc linger is worth two on the phone." yu sn 91 IC fl J Lois Henry---"Give me victory or give me an alibi." '! M 1 , . - if 1 9 Miss Darling-s-"VVhat does 'Pax in hello' fmeaning peace in warj mean?" 1 5 up Junior Mailanderg I reedom from indigestionf 93' SE 95 Pupil violently waves hand in class. Miss Coulson innocently, "hello," 9: 95: 9: Helen H i'l'ee Hee! "Gladys has to kiss a hoy in the class play." Kathryn NIZIIIK'l'---UrllllZlt.S nothing, new, is it?" 9: es 9: Mr. Herriot in Physics-'Tomorrow I will have a shocking machine here and I'll shock you all. -Q pl uf pa IJ fl If Fresliman-"ln case of a flood, one class would he saved." Sophomore4"IIow is that?" . . . .. Freslnnana"'l'he Seniors ean float around on their lflmersons essays. 95 95 95 - - - Pauline II. Qafter Helen Hart had made a face at herj-"You can make the worst faces of anybody I ever saw." George Moore-"Any wonder, look what a start she's got." az 95 95 Miss Kathryn Clarke-'tWas there a shortage in coinage recently ?', George Nloore--Y-"I should say, 'cause I only had a nickel." 95 95 95 Miss Darlingful learned to swim with wings, hut now I've lost the wings." 95 95 95 Kant wrote an essay. The professor, upon reading it, asked him if he really understood it. Kant replied, "YVhen I wrote it God and I were the only ones that understood lt, now God is the only one." 95 92 95 Miss Clarke in Civicsw-"NYl1at is elastic money ?" Laurence Moran+"Oh! it is money that will stretch like ruhher when you pull 1t.' pl yu pl fl 4 li Ruth Clinch fwashing her handsj-"Turn on the water for me, I want to wash my feet." M 22 93 Georgia II.--f'VVl1ere can I get a hed-hug for Zoology?" Velda Iiulmankse"Search me.' 32 96 95 Dc-Forest to Miss Darling-"I left my imagination at home." 95 95 95 Good Car4"Pa, does the Lord own a Simple Six, too?" "Great Scott, no, son. VVhatever put that into your head ?" "Well, at Sunday School we had a hynm that went, 'If I love Him, when I die, he will take me home on high."il,iterary Digest. ZZ M 93 Immigrants wanted.iMrs. Reilley- "VVhat makes these sardines so high?" Grocer-t"I'hey're imported, nmmf' Mrs. Reilley-"I'll take the domestic ones-'them as had the brains to swim to this country."-I.iterary Digest. 92 93 95 Sat upon--Dad-"Stella, who sat on that newly painted bench in the garden ?', Stella-"Harold and If, "VVfell, you must have ruined your clothesflioth of you." Stella-"Not hoth-only Harold'sf'4I.iterary Digest. 95 if RZ Useless Iflxpcnse-The Mtlllfgil paid a guinea to a palmist yesterday. Slhe described you exactly, and said we should be married within a monthfl The Girl---"How extravagant you are. I could have told you that for nothing! wI.iterary Digest. M 95 95 Deadly all aroundiuls it true, doctor," asked the gushing young lady, "that you ill'K' a lady-killer?" "Madam," replied the doctor, "I make no distinction between the sexes."-Literary Digest. SIXTY-FOUR T mmm Uhr 151111115 I I 1925 one imma Ellie linpular fllilunir iRark 1. Three O,Clock in the Morning .,,.. 2. Barney Google ......,,.,..,,,,,,..,..,..,...... 3. I Love Me .......,......,,,,...,,,....A,Y.....Y,.., 4. VVhy Should I Cry Over You?... 5. Jazz Baby ...............,............,........... . 6. Nightingale ......,,...,.. 7. Beulah Land ....,...,,,....,,..,.,..,..... 8. XVhose Izzy Is 1-ie .......,.,..,.,...,,,,. . 9. Vifhereis My Sweetie Hiding ,,,.,,,.. 10. Charley My Boy ..,,..,,.,......,............, 11. Illll. Drifting' Back to Dreamland ........ 12. Go 'Long Mule ...........,.........................,.. 13. Darling, Iim Growing Old .............. 14. All Alone .................................... 15. Chickadee ,...,.,.....,,,,........... 16. That Red Head Gal ,..,,,... 17. lied Hot Mamma ,....,,.., 18. Oli, lNIabel ,,....,,,,,,..,,,,.,,. 19. Dear One ....,,.....,........,.. 20. Runnin, NN 11d ........,.......,. 21. Home, Sweet Home ..,...... 22. Hot Lips ..,....,..........................,.................................................. -- .AA-- -- 23. The Sheik ...,.......,.,.......,......................................................................... --.. . ty the Sweetie I get ..,...... lgnpular literature 24. If I Ca.n't Get the Sweetie I want, I pi 25. California Here I Come ............................ 26. Linger Awhilc .........,..................................,.. 27. O Gee, O Gosh, O Gully 1,111 in Love ..,,.. 28. Mama Love Papa ..........,.............................. 29. Adoration ................................... .................... 30. He's a Devil in His OW11 Home Town ,..,,,, 1. Ben Blur ......................................... .- 2. The VVhite Sister '...... ........................ 3. The Last of the M. E. Deacons ,......., 4-. Three Men in a Coat ......................... 5. Faint Perfume ...................... 6. To a VVaterf0wl ....................... 7. Adrift on the Hard YVood ......,. 8. The Ponies of Bostil's Ford ....,.. Sl. The Moocher Schrmhnaster .,..... 11. The Crisis ....,,.,..,,.................... 12. The Covered VVagon ...,.,...,. 13. The Little French Girl ...,...... 14, The Only VV'oman .....,.,........ 15. VV'eaker than a XVOIIMLII ......... 16. He, VVho Gets Slapped .,,....., 17. Peter Pan .................. ........... 18. So Big ...,........,.......,..,,................. 19. Commercial Flaws .,,,.,.,.............. 20. The Daily Message to Knox ....... 21. How to Run a Garage ............... 22. Ten Nights in a Barroom ....... 23. Who's VVho in America .....,... 244. How to Drive a Car ..,.,.,,,,. 25. Falling Hard ,,,,.,......... SIXTY SIX DDDL ........,....,......Dallas VVinn .........Milford Kirkbride ....Helen Hart .........Alice Shawver ..........I.ouise McKinty Henry ......,...Beulali McClure .......,,.Ovven Hubbell .......George Moore ..............HEll'l?f' Fleisher Threw .........DeForest Hitchcock ,,U,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,clHI'l Scragg ..............lilltl1 NiCl10lS ......I.owe.l Redding .,.............CUl'IlUllH. Day ..,.....Clarabel Herbert .........Mabel Dawson ..,,,,,.,.....li1itl1 Clinch ...,..,,,,,I,oi'i11g Jarman ..I.oren Harkness ........Sl1S2l,llI10 Smith .,..,....'TlllCOil0l'6 May ....,...,..,,....lNTarie Fleisher ,,.,..,,.,,.,.,I.eone DeFOI'd ..George Montgoinery ..,.,......I,ois Challaeombe Frances NVic-kwire ,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,NIary Martin ,,..,.,...l.eon Whitney ......,,.Harold Redding ,,,,,,,,,,,,Helen Moran .,,.,...,,,,...,..'l'hon1as Lee ,,....,,,,..,,,Stanton Moore ........George Montgomery ,,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,I.ester I-Iartley .,,......Basketball Team .,.........Ciee1'o Class Stinson .,,.,,.,,....,.,,,,,.Kathryn Maher ...,.....Geo1'ge Moorc's Ford ......,....Lnis Challacombe ........Opal ltiehardson ,,,,,,,,,,,....clH,l'l Seragg ..,..............,Imwell Redding 1.,,....V....,,.,,I.aw1'L-nce Moran ,....,.,.Freshie.s and Miss Clark Tug, Skinny and Dick ..,..........,......Gladys DeF01'd ....,,,,...,,.....Helen Hart ..............,..I.eon VVhitney .......,.DeForest Hitchcock .......,........S1lsanne Smith ..,,..,,,.Owen Hubbell Uhr lllmua mmmmmm g SIX Elizabeth Cragrgs Qln linglishj--The man sent some goods to the woman that was not 95 LZ 95 Miss Darling fat Orchestra, practicej-You lady violinists lean hard on your bows. HE 95 95 Miss Riddle QTaking the rolljflf you people don't keep quiet, I can't see the class. in lj! li! .. DeForest-Look out, Dick, or I'll snnack you. Helen--Oh, never mind, Dick, he says that all the time. 15 95 95 Miss Clark-Vllhat are the trade winds, Inez? Inez Qabsent mindedlyj-O, they do it anywhere. pl pf yu IZ 15 K Miss Darling-The other day I went upstairs and opened the 2l.llCllt0l'lllll1 door and it was locked. 52 95 95 Miss Riddle4John, I'll give you just two minutes to wipe that smile off your face and settle down. Jack Holt fwatchiugr the clockj-I can't. I didn't bring my handkerchief. 95 95 95 George Moore-During the Civil VVar, General Shcrman's army bent raliroad rails around s. Frances VV.4H0w could anyone do that? Lowell-Aw, now, Fran, There's a lot of people stronger than Eddie VVatkins 95 2-if 95 tree Miss ClarkENa1ne one of the important events of the Spanish-American YVar. Everett-The Battle of Tippecanoe. 95 LZ EZ Miss lJ2ll'llllg'-17111 gctting so fat that every time I chew gum, I bite my cheek. 95 95 95 Miss Clark-This is the key to the problem. Bright Freshie-Now unlock it. 95 95 95 Virginia M. Qto store keeperj-I want some wrist braces for my ankles. 959595 Miss Cluirch-lVhat did the Pilgrims do whe Pupil-'l'hcy got off the ship. n they landed? 95 95 95 Miss Riddle-Ruth, why did Ivanhoe disguise himself? Ruth+So they Willflfllllt know him. HZ 3.5 95 Fourth Grader-Is Miss Coulson any relation to Dr. Everson? Freshie-Not yet. 95 95 if Mr. FrauciswVVe once had a horse in our family, and we used to like to jump on its back and lead it to water. 95 525 95 The boy stood on the R. R. Track, He heard the engine squealg The engineer climbed slowly down, And scraped him off the wheel. 95 95 ig Owen Hubbell-Mr. Lincoln was in a box when he was killed, but they shot him off the stage. Mr. Booth was the cruel man. 95 54 95 DaughteraFather says there are times when he onvies the furnace. M other-VVlly ? Daughter-Because it can go out when it darn pleases. 95 95 if Gladys-Something is preying' on Helen's mind. Kathryn-Don't worry, it will die of starvation. TY-EIGHT Uhr lilmun mm ADVERTISEMENTS if!! QWXD 'M j-xlf' ' 'Nszfzfe ' fp 5 Q 1 ' -Q-' We Lllihgi JD L, rl Aff f CLLEGE and High School Annuals have ? gn: S come to be recognized as an institution. - , 76355 1 Year by year they are growing in import' M ,Q ance and number. They are growing, too, h ! in beauty and character, so that many high I1'5 'nh ll school annuals now excel the books issued ' ' from colleges a few years ago. In this ad' vancement we have had no small part. For more than twentyf ive years we have been helping create representative annuals for schools thruout the middle west and south and thru our help' ful cofoperation have won a position of recognized leadership among annual engravers. Last year three of our annuals won four Hrst and second prizes in state and national contests-a testi' monial to our service of which we are proud. This is one of IS4 annuals, published in eleven states, that bear the Indeeco imprint this year. Not content to rest on laurels won we have worked out plans to make our service to 199.6 staffs more helpful than ever. Editors, business managers or faculty advisors are invited to write and give us opportunity to explain how Indeeco Service can help them publish the best annual they have ever had. INDIANAPOLIS ENGRAVING CoMPANY 222 EAST OHIO STREET INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA G D THE FRENCH CAVALIER, the beautiful fourfcolor process engraving on the preceding page, is our own product. Many national advertisers use Indeeco Service regularly and engravings from our commercial depart' ment appear in national magazines every week. Hm Ellyn 1HlIII1IB YOU WILL WANT TO LOOK YOUR BEST WHEN You GRADUATE I n : --and the best Way to be cer- I tain of presenting a good ap- : pearance is to Wear clothes that come from the B. 8: M. 1 I We know the problem of : the high school boy-We'Ve n Specialized in apparel for over l 35 years. 1 T l I 1 . l l .,.... , .... 1925 mmm Uhr lilmuu mmmmmmmmmm ""----'-"'-------------""---'-""-'Ng' I I as i X ly l fll X 4 , glut I! I rfil W4-it P fwfff?-i f I I I eff ,. Img, X I 1 , Z..-- M'-e, 5112 - ,M P- 'P'-ff:-fe is 'M' 4..sf-ffifwf mwti' ' E ll PENN 4,75 f l l ..4W ' :ji ' :I ' fd! T ..-f' 1. jf' f, 2 .x , 51 , Y ' 2 1 I I-IISTORY tells us that when the customs inspector checked over the tobacco shipments and came to the barrels marked HG. VV.', he passed them without exami- uatioug he knew that Geo1'g'e VV2lSl1l11g'fOlllS word was i good! SO VVITII BREBIER CLOTHES! 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ILL. , l GALIQSBURG -2- REE mmm Zifhv Hlmun m q..........-.I.,-....-....-....-,.,.-,..,-I,,-..,.-....-,,.,-....- 4. un-:III-my ,mi i 1.,.4-,,,,1....-..,,1,,I.1.mimi-.,,,.-...It,,,,.. Pianos, Players and Grands Matliusllck. Brunswick Phonogrziphs I E Jesse French 8: Sons, Lngonda Roc-ords and Racliolus 5 BUY FROM YOUR NEIGHBOR I CZ. IJ. !XfI'Ii Ell 'I'CJ li - ELMWOOD, ILL. 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I ELMWOOD, ILL. i---m-----W-M-----Hi -'I' "" "'- K"' I"' "'- "" -"' '-'- "'- 5----m-w-m--m--w-m-M-w- -"' "'- "" '-'- "" 4...-I..--w.--..--...-I.--u.I-..-.-m.- IIII -w- -I-- - .f.I - I... -w- I--. - Ilf. - -I.- --.I- I... - .-.. - II.. - I... - ...1 - -..- -II.-m.--m-II-- GALEsBURG's BIGGEST, BEST AND BUSIEST STORE Q THE0.TJ0H.NS0N C0- ' EVERYTHING TO WEAR 1 EVERYTHING FOR THE HOME +I- ---- - -.-- ---- - I1 ---- - I-1f - -'--- - -1I- - --I- - IIII - I-1f - -I-- - I-f- - M- II-- - I--' - 'f-f - "-' - -I-- - -1-- --I ---- -I.- - --I---p 1925 mm S9 .i Uhr Hlmua T T 7 -nu 1-1-1 un-uuiun-uni vlau 1 ruvn 1uu1nu1uu1nn1un-nu1 xlxl 1 lrll 1uvI1nII1nII1wI1 1 1 1 l1lN1-In? VVhen in Peoria meet your friends at Goodrich Tires S STORAGE - ACCESSORIES W- VVASPIING ' llfodern Car lVashin Y E ui 111ent 2'-i fl P I Opp. Court House on Hamilton Street 211- Hour Service Crank Case Service Free 2 -l .... ----------- 2. .fa-H.. ---.------- ..-.--2. l T L l T l l T l He failed in physics, flunked in! T Chem. T T T They heard him softly hiss: T , . Y W . T 2 T I d like to catch the guy who said E T D0n,t be what you nirftg T That ignorance was bliss. I , . . f E . es be what you 1sg T T For if you is not what yam, T T Then you am not what you is T T I T I I T I T T If youire jes' a little tadpole T A lady named Mary Magui-ah T Donyt WY to be fl frog? Had trouble in lighting her ii-ah. T If You .lesy 3 httlf' fail, The wood being green T Donyt try to Wag the dog- T She used gasoline T I She has gone where the fuel is T You can always Pass the slatc T d1'V-Fill. g T 1 X x . g - I 3 If you cant exhort or preach, T T T If you jes' a little pebble, T ? T Dont try to be a beach. T T T T Donit be what you ainit T TO VIRGIL Jes' be what you isg T If there should be another Hood For thetman who PTTTYS Square Then to this refuge fly IS gomg to get his' Z 'Tho all the world would bc sub-T T : merged T This book would still be dry. Z L 1 L ! i L 1 1 1 Q. ..-.. .------ ---- . ..-nf. .i.-u.-..-- - -. ---- - - - --.--iq. EVENTY FIVE 1,,,,1,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1,.,,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1,,, my aaumm mm Y7ze Farmers State Bank ELMVVOOD, ILLINOIS Capital Stock-5B60,000 Surplus--37,000.00 OFFICERS M. T. L0tt .......,,,. .......,,,,,........,......,,,,,,,,,.,,,....,,,.,A..., P resident C. IL. Clinch ....,....,,,,.,...,,,,....,,....,...,,,.,,,,,,,,..,,,,..,.,,,,.,,,,.. Cashier C. VV. Lott ......,......A.,.....,,,................,A,,,,.....Y,. ' Xssistant Cashier BOARD OF DIRECTORS J. E. Smith, Chairinang VV. A. Clinch, R. L. Carter M. T. Lott, VV. J. Threw, C. E. Clinch The Business of General Banking Under Safe, Conservative and Accomrnodating Bfanagement Three Per Cent Paid on Time Certificates, Deposits and Savings Accounts 1,,,,1.,.,1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1H1lm1,,..1.m1,...1.,.,1,,.1.,.,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1..,,1 1,,,,1,,,1W1,,..1,,,,1,,,,1.,,,1 1 1.,n1,m1 1 1 1 1 1.,,.1.,,,1,,.,1.,,,1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1 W Two jlfoos Pure Food Grocers 52 95 95 VVe Hariclle the Best of Everything in Our Line 93 ig H35 VVEDDING RING CANNED GOODS BARRINGTON HALL COFFEE OCCIDENT FLOUR ZEPHYR FLOUR Telephone 1 I 1,,,,1,,,,1,,,,1m,1.,..1,,,,.... 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ..,...1 1925 1.,..1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,,.1.,,,1...,1,..y1 1...1.,,.-n..1i..,1,,,,1...,1.,.,1..,,1,,..1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,.1u 1 gypy 11111 III4 1 llly 1 u ,,1 llyl 1 .lll 1 yly4 1 ,lil 1 ,lll 1 .lll 1 1.141 ...4 1 1 1m1,m1 .l,l 1,1 1 1 1 1ym1,,!. I I Kodak As You G0 i And Let Us Finish the Pictures b I L L I N I This trade mark on the back of your Q prints stands for the highest quality , U '- c obtainable. A eff l 1 L e v is - - i IT ER U Q 0 I Y S llhnms Camera Shop T Cialesburq, Illinois Agency for Elmwood: Everett G. Iveeks -.,, .... . ...... ...-...- .... -,,.-...-,.,-,..- .... .. - -,- - - - - .. -...-..I. -un Q1-11111 uii1l-111.111nu11:I1n-:-lu1nu1-mn1nn1uu-a - 1 - 1 - L - 1un1ngo I N 4 y A , I ui gem I Zf13E24E1iSL1QXL1LSTf1l GALESBURG, ILLINOIS I For the Girl VVh0 Desires to he I'roperly Styled I in the Newest of Smart Ivearahles I New Ensemlnles New Sport Clothes I 9329! New Coats New Dresses i New Millinery ll If 9: E 9: Our Prices Are Bfnst IICZISOIIRIJIC-cllll' Styles BIOst Ifnnsnal- Exclusive lint Not Expensive i 'i' any lilmua mmmm 1,.,.1.,..1,.,,1,.,,1 1 1 1 -..mi..-,.,,1.,,,1,,,,1,,,.1IH.1,g,.1,..,1,,,,1..,,1,,.,1....1,,,,1 1...1,, KODAK HLMS 1 K, You want them developed correctly, printed fi l properly and returned promptly. That is the i l N i1 1 kind of Kodak 1'llIllSlllIlg Service we 1't'lldC1'. Have U, ly' us develop :1 roll :md you'll know. Q' --Lf ' 1' ' '7 1'5flw1i,,g Bert Powers Camera Sluop 523 Blain Street, PEORIA, ILLINOIS CC 1u 1 1uu 11' 1 1 1nu1mv1,,,,1,. ,1,,,,1,-,,1:m1..,.1...,1,,,,1,,,,1...,1....1M1,I..1.,,.1,,,,1m.1,,,,1nu1nu1 1 1,, 1 11111111 1 1vm...li1.1.1111in.11,,,,1....1,,..1M1.,.,1,,,,1,.,,1.,,,1,.,,1,,,,1...1..,,1,..,.-u......,. Cb Pik Sllldi QOpposite Niagara Hotelj Peoria, Illinois Photographs ofthe better Sort" 1 1 1,,1.,,,1....1....1u...-M1111.1inil14m1nn1m1mi1m11im1..n1i.1 1 1 1 1 411.11 SMART STYLES IN YOUNG MENS CLOTISIES UP-TO-THE-TMINUTE HABERDASHERS Jacobi Bros. 85 Mack GALE SB URG ... 1 1 1 1 1,.,.1.,..1m.1,,..1,.,,1,,,,1,,.,1,.,,..,,,.1m.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ...yn .11 Wm 1. 1 1 1 1 ,1 1.,,.1.,.,1mi1,,,,1.m...m 1 1 1,,..-..,1.,.,...,.,.1,..,....,1,.,.1...1.,.1,... 1111111.11-.1,,,.1.. a 'W 1 1 111111 un..,...1,.,....un1 M.-,,..1m.. ,,,.1 un one lame mmm 1.,.,1.m-yi...-,,,.1.,.1un1,,,,1un1mi1.m1uu.. ,1mi1 THE PALACE GARAGE 'Phone 86 ELMVVOOD, ILLINOIS 1.,,,1H111I...1,.,,1,.,.1,..,1i.,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 15011 1 ,,..1,.,,1...e1,.,.1.m1,...1..,.1.,.1.,,.1W1 W1 M11 1 1.1.1 The Waibel Electric Company Ie do a General Electric and Radio Business. Vve Carry a stock of Radio Batteries, both wet and dry. Also :1 complete line: of Radio Sets and accessories. Our experience :ind service at your command. Call and vxnrninc our line. Phone 97 JoHN A H E R Barber Up-to-date THIRD DOOR SOUTH OF SQUARE H1- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1,, 'Q' I 'P ,.1,,,e1,,,.1,,..1,.,,1 .1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111 i 5 1 L T ' E I I 5 1925 -i- 4...-..,. ------- e- - -...-....-....g. Elmwood Teieeleeeee Exchange 1 I.OC'AI. AND LONG DISTANCE SE RVICR Elmwood Illinois T 7 ,V n-nn-nu-.m1nn-nn-ml1m if' I-un11111-nun-lm-un 11-111, i-11.--.1 Q, l -1- .g..,-.,.. -----. 1 4 On the Q Watch i to save Q you 1 money -,.,.1 1 1 1 1 1 L- ..., ------ -yn-,...---...-.. 1 1 1nn1n:n1w.,1-rm1..n-nu1uu-un-nu-nm 1 CU3IPLIM,lf1N'l'S OF QM, JW. THE STORE Fon MEN 525 MAfN ST, Pfopm ,nwauaugysfm 91889 . JEWEIRY Gt OPTICAL cv- . 315 S.ADAMS ST. PEORIA . ILL. EIGHTY We buy for cash. You can buy here for less - 1,,,,1,,,,1...1....1,..,1,...1,.,,1,,,.1,...1,,1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,....,m1.,.,1....1,..,1,.,,1..,,1,,,,1,..,1.. 1,..,-.m.1.-1111111111-11111111111-..1,m1,. 1...,1.,,1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1..,,11...-.,,,.1...1.........1..,,1.,1.,,,1,,.,1,,,,1...1,.,.1.. 1 1 1 1 1 1...1.. 1,,,,1.,,.1 1 1I..1un1.,,,1.,,,1H.,1,,,,1M1M1M1M1.ul1..,..1,.,.1,,,,1..,.1,,,,1....1,,,.1nn.- 1 1 1 ...m1,. 1lm1pm1 1 1 1.y,y1.m1ml1uu1,m1uu.-111.1un1uu--ml1ml1gn1llll1gg.l.-11.11.1111i,,y1nm1 11 1 1ylyl.-pi. 7DeF0m' 35 Sampson l The Barbers I Under the Library Elmwood, Illinois -I 54 4 u 9: 9: k 'Q' I Clean and Sanitary Grocery QUALITY MERCHANDISE i I vs vs vs 1 I I KOZEE IXX BEICCIAINUT - IIEINZ EACO CHASE Sz SAXBORN I vs vs vs I www 1 Charles R. Bowers I I 'P 'E' I HARRY ARCHIBALD GENEIML A UTO 1f1fP,111e1NG I1 N11 WELDING Goodrich Tires and Tubes i Day and Night Service Phone No. I5 Taxi Service ELBIIVOOD. ILLINOIS Star and Durant Cars - .... -.... ------. ,.,,-. .... - .,.. - .,,, - ,... .. ..., -..,... .... - .,,. - ..,. - .... - .... ........ . ,..-...i. NE mm 4...-....-....- -...,...,.,-.,..-..I,-..........--....-....-..........-,.,.-:...-,..........-...i...'..-....-.,..-..,.-...1-i..- - - -....-.. -Q l 3' i l 2 O I I I Kzrlfpatrzck Brothers Groceries and Meats T L , I - Phone 116 Elmwood, Illinois ii- l.ll - ll.l - llll - lll. ......... I ....... llll - .- -I - llll - llll n lfol -M fu- ---' ------------------- I -------- '--- - I -1- E re Heptonstall f FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO, VVINDSTORM ' I - I1SllI'aI1CS i Q AU'I'OMOIsILE, LIVE STOCK, LIFE AND Q LIABILITY l j PHONE 97 ELMWOOD, ILLINOIS T -9- .-., - --.. - -,I- - II-- - III, - --.. ---- ----- ---- -I-, - .-.. - --.- - ---I - -II. - KII- - -I.. - I--. - -1-. - II.. - -.-- - --I- - --.- -I--1 "- "" ------------ "" - "" - ' ------------- "" "' ' 'Q' Buy a - Central Illinois Light Company j PREFERRED STOCK L 6.4-80k Z VVith Safety I PHONE 43 ELMVVOOD, ILLINOIS ai.- .... - ,.,. - .... - .... - .... - .,,- -.I ----- .I-. - .... - ..,, - .,.. - .... - .I-. - .... - .I., - -... - .... - ..I. - .... - .... - I... - ..-- - I.-- - ...- - ...I I Ellie lilmua m mmmmm g Q 1995 mmmmm Uhr Elihnma mm mmmmmmm .3...-,...-,,..- - .1 ..,...-....- -..,.-....-...-.,,.......-....-.H.-,.K.-,..,-....-....-...... - - - .-....-.f. I F. L. I-IITCHCOCK I AII'I'I'IORIZED DEALER I L1Nc:oLN FoRDsoN CARS - TRUCKS - TRACTORS ELMVVOOD ------ ILLINOIS l 4- 4.......-.,.- .. - - - -...-,...-...-,..-..,-,,- !.-....-,...-.,.-...-....-...- - - ... - .. - -..... F. C. BUCK L Clothing L Furnishings and Shoes I L I Phone 56 1 HART sc'1S1A1f1fNER sl MARX CI.o'1'1111f:s VVALK OVER sHoEs i Annow SHIRTS +1-m.1,.1 1 1 .. 1 1 1 ..1m1.m1......m1.1..1.w..1m....M1m.1.,..1 1 1 .. 1 1 1 1....-nu-up ,1,,,,1.,.,..,..1...,1.m...m...,m1,.,..- 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11.1 1 1 1 1,.,,1..,.1nn1,,,,1,.,,1.un1.,,.1 4.,.-....-,..... - - - -,..,-,..,-..,.-....-...,-,,..-..,.......-..,.-...,-....-,...-....-..,....,.,- - - - - ..i,.-..,.-.q. The Elmwood im, I G. H. VVYCOFF, Proprietor A Good Place to Eat i ,,i.i...m-mi... 1 1 1 -un-nu-mi1im1uu1.nn1.m.1im1mi...,,,,1.-111.1111im1im-.m...,...1 1 1 1 1,,,,1im..,,,!, 4...-...,-.,.... -..,.-,.,.-,,i-,.,.-in-....-....-..........-i.,.-..,.-....-.,,....,...- -,...............,......-....-..,.-il.. ..,...-....-4. l EDSON SMITH 81 SONS 1 soL1c1'r YOUR PA'r1ioNAo1+: Fon QUALITY L T LINES or' MERCHANDISE l l Hardware, Household Appliances, Heating Stoves, T 2 Ranges, Washing Machines, Vacuum Cleaners I I E f I I Pipe and Pipeless Furnaces, Ilot VK ater and 5 L Steam Heating Plants l Plunibing' by Registered Plumbers L : Complete Equipment for Installing Pumps L and Erecting' 'VVindmills I 5 l Vile aim to give service and courtesy I f 3- -1- ,1.m1mi1 1 1 1 11m1n:.1.mq1.m1.1.-1nu1,,-,1,,,.1..1.,..1,.,.1,.,.1 1,...1...,1.,,,1,...1 1 1 1....1...,1,. nQon1uu-iui- - - 1 1 1nu1iui1uui1nii1uu-im-im-.m1im-W1i.u--ini1im-nu- - 1 1 - 1IIrI-lI1I1v'f' I T 1 Elmwood Drug Co. i l uReal Drug Store Services, i A DRUGS PAINT g SCHOOL SUPPLIES VVALL PAPER i sUN1JR11+1s l ,. 'I' T 'I' .1....1,,i.1, 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 1,,,.1mi1....1,,,,..,,,,1,,,.1m,1.. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1,,..1,. EIGHTV-FOUR 1....1..,.1,...1,,,1....1..,.1,..1..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,1,.,,1..,,1...1,,,,1.,,.1.,,,1, 1,,,.1..,.1.m1....1....1....1,,,.1,,,,1,.,,1,.,,1,,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.,,.1...,1, 1un.1...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,..,1 1 1.m1....1,..,..,,,.1...,--.H1 1 1 1 1:1 1 1,,,,1m11-,P 1 my .-. --- . fe'-1 " , Blue R1bbon A Sure Found- L Food Products 4f A f -," . fr '1": ' "' 'L A ation for a 2 ,ii i Good Table Oakford 81 S ,V ,l , l . . . S Fahnestock K pp S + Peona, I111r1o1s T ' 1 1111,-lm1.m11mq1n'1.m1-M1131.41 1 1gm.1nl1m11mq1,m1.,1 1 1.41m1nn1nnq-uq1lm1l .-.m1.,,g1,lg!g 1141.1M.1m,1,,..1u-.1.,.,1,,,.1,,,,1...y1,.,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1.,.,1W1,,..1,,.,1...,1i,,,1,,.,1....1,+ Phones: Ilotel 9217 Restaurant 6380 I ROOMS 5.75 and 1.00 l -1 1 1. 1: 2: T H. B. Meek HOTEL AND RESTAURANT 316 Fulton Street Peoria, Illinois T 'i' 'Q' I You Can Win- in business if you are well trained. l BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE training prepares for the best positions. 5 1 Catolog on request. C. J. 1.131-vey, P1-in. Mgr. P601-ia, 111. 4' llll -'Nl lll' T llll - lll' i' l"' 1""T""T"'T'llT"'i l'l' Tl T1illTiiTTl lllllllli lll' 1'll"l"'l""'.i' Q P - ,.,. ------- I ,.. - -, - .,.. - .,., -iv qw- X... .- .,.. - .,.. - .... - H- ..,. - .... -.i.- - - --i-i-m-- rovfnle 4 . A. SIIHWVCI' a e iRELIABLE .II+1VVRI,I+1H 5 I 1 2 VVatches RUSZELIXS Dianionds and ici: ciiiicaiii Jewelw I 1 Fine XVIltCll Repairing and Fine Candies and Engraving Cigars , P' F I All IVork Guaranteed BLMWOOD, ILLINOIS 1 Iillniwood, Illinois I 5 N1.m..,,,,1un-nulunlim1im1imliuiliin-.,..-.,.,.1., +-,,,,1,,.,1...,-M.-,..,-.Hi-.im..,,,.-,.,,1,,,,.-,ml ,mi.. -mi- 1 1mi-nn-im--nn-im-- i- vuuinniIn1.im1uu1nlu.1iui1iul1nil-l:il1 1 -un- 1.1 .- ...uu-mi- IIE Other day I was a guest at the honie of a friend. I took delight in watching the great pains to which both host and hostess went in making nie conifort- able. Not because it ineant so much to nie, which it did, but because I saw in it the unselfish spirit ol' people putting forth earnest effort to please someone. VVhen I say that this is the spirit ot' our store, I inean that this is the very thing we a1'e trying to do, day in and day out, for everyone who crosses our tln'eshold. lf If ll ff: lf: Z H. M. Kilpatrick ELBIVVOOD, ILLINOIS FURNITURE, CARPETS, LIXOIIEUM and RUGS -.Illini-my-ui.-im-i...-..i.- -ii.,-im-ni.-.iii-im--m- -im--im-im-im-.in-im-un-ni--nu-ii-I-mi-im-im- mn-nm um-mm mmmmm mm aanmug - mm .pi-.,..-..,...,,..-...,-..,...........,..-,,........-.,.............,-.... General Auto Re airino' I b i Expert Starting-I,iglitiug--flguition : XV01'li-l32lttl'l'ii'S Rt'l'llklI'U'l"llf 1' l Riepzlirc-ml-Storage l T i l'l1WOO I El d Garage l . LLDIVVUOD, ILL. L I Satisfaction Guaranteed or lNIoney Refunded i 1 Warman 81 Crews K Proprietors E Phones: 011100 72g lies. 280 .i.- .-.- -. - .-., -1 -i- 1.-. - 1--- -- ---- --H---u-H Tgliilnlu -un1un- inn- vnnn -un1nu- nlul 1un:uu-nn- t PORTMAN'S l SPORTING ! l l i FILL EVERY NERD ONCE ee ix1.w,xYs l ' Baseball. Track, Tennis, Golf, E Canoes, Bathing' Apparel, Fishing T Tackle, Croquet. Football, Basket- - bull. Duxbak and Kampit Outing L Clotliilng. Guns :ind Ammunition. N. Portman Co. I QOpposite Cuinrt Houwj I lvliolesule :ind Retail i 122 N. .Mlzuus Street i PRORIA, ILL. I ,i'-,,.,1,, T lm-.nnun..,,.,...,.,,, .-.m1nuT 1 7,0111 Q +I- -'-- ----------- L 1- ---- -1' 1 5 1 L 5 I 1 T Li+:'r 1 i I : L L i - l T l I 1 5 l 3 L Carlson L 5 i Z ! I I l Do Your L 3 CLEANING AND 1 I PRRSSING I l . i Over the "VVhite Store" I 5 5 l Q J+:LMWoo1J, ILL. i l i i l i -1' -x'-'--- '-" ----------- ' ---H+ Q- 1----'H ----------- -'-in--g l l , l , l i l i 3 I S 11 1 5 c u z E f I l i i l rocery 1 I I 3 'P I I Blotller Hirtls Bread i 1925 Blue Ribbon C':mned Goods lied Robe and l":1rri11gtonyS Coffee T Tllomas 8: Clurkeis Cracker and Cakes College Inn Food Prod ELDIVVOUD, ILL. i E.- i.i, -M- .iii - .iii - ..ii -i-.- .iii -i- -1- S ucts I -N--Hi EIGH I'Y SEX EN 1nn1H1 1 1 1 1 1ml1un1m.1m.1,,.,1,,,,1,.,.1,,,,1,,..1,...1,.,,1....1,...1 1 1 1 1 1 1 .1.m1,. vuu1v 1 1 1nu--nn-uu-uu-un-nu--nu-vm-1nuvnu-nn-un-nn1nn1nnlLlnn1nn1unvnn- 1 L - u-nuvnig l Mar Orral Convor i Y 1 Supt. Vtlomcrlls Dept. P ilI1ISS2lCl1llS6ttS Bfutual Life IIISIIFZLIICC Company Sixth Floor, I,CllIH?ll1ll Bldg. PEORIA, 11,1,1NoiS 1m.1,,!1 1,1 1 1 1 1,,..1,..,1,,:,1.,,,1.,..1..,.1,,,,1.,..1.,,,1.,.,1.1..1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1....-.....i. 2' l TRY L. sl R. 1+'1RS'r Sporting Goools i VVHULlCSAI,1+1 TO T Colleges 3HCl Schools T L 6: R Sporting Goods Co. flippodrome Building 1 PEoR1A, 11,1,1No1s 1m.1m 1 1 111: 1 -1nl1mm1un11m1m1.4.11m1.m1,,,y1m41ym11m1.m.1g -1 1 ,.14m1lm14m1 l1:,q1i:a!1 1 ,.i1 - ,,., - ..i, - .K,. - .Ki. - .... - .... - ,.i: -. ,.., - ,.,. - ,.,. - ..., - .,., 1 .,,. - ..., -..,- .,.. - .,i. - ..i, - ,,,, - .K., - ..,, - .i,i - ..,. - ..,. - ..i. - .,.. - .K.. -...,. Nevvest Spring Readyfto-Wear FUR BIEN, VVOMEN and CHILDREN You can always do better at K L E I N ' Q tv l 222-21 South Adams Street PEORIA, ILLINOIS u 1,,,,1,, 1 1.1 1 1 1...1.m1W1.m1,,..1.,,,1.m1.,.,1.,,,1.1.11.,,.1,,A.1.m14:..1 1 1,1 1 1 1.m1uur 1nn1 .. 1 .-1-Im-.-mi1uu-...I..nnilm-nun-mf.-.m1uu-'iii-W-M11-nn-vu1ni1--.lm-IHI1 - 1 -un-u .-mi-nn-im-mi......-.i,....m,m.....,i-im-lm-un-mi-.m.-.n.-im-...I..-mi-mi-..I.i.....I.-mi-u..--mn-m.-.m-.ln-I.n1iQo I 5IIimt 513119 ani! Ssaningn Think nf Iilnununil ELBIIVOOD - - - ILLINOIS CAPITAL flS2.3,000.00 I A General Ig3I1liIIlU' Business 'lll'2lIlS3Ct6ll ' 2' I Interest Paid on Time and Savings Deposits I Deposit Boxes for Rent I I O if 14' I CICRS I D. A. .Iuqnm-s. lJ1'CSICll'lll BI. F. Tarpy. Vice--l'resi4le1it 1 N 1 . T L. L. Seltzer. Caslncr 1.1.11 -.. 1. 1. 1 1 .1 .. .Tunllmllin.-myT..H1,,.,T.nl1uIl-im, ... T511 T T51 .- limiiqqg -,,.,.....,-.,,.-..,,-.,,,..i........-,..--,...... .. .. -. - M- - ,- I.. .-,.i,.....,-,...-,,,-.,.-....-,...-..i.-.,,,....,...,,g. LYNN J. S'I'RICKI.l'IIi BLAIR H. ARMSTRONG I Strickler 6: Armstrong FINE QUALITY CLOTHING AND SHOES Prices Always the Lowest I I I I EIQMIIVOOD, ILLINOIS I -the IIonse of Knppenheiinei' Good Clothes -I- INE QPU- "" - '1" ---- I H- "" - "" - "" - "" - "1' - "" - "1' - "" - "" - "" - 1"' - 1"' --------- I 1'- 1 i EVERETT SI-IISSLER I Licensc-cl liczll Estate Broker I ALL KINDS UI" REAL ESTATE A I Phone No. 2" Elniwoocl, Illinois I- .,.. - W... - .... - l.,l - .,., -i .............. ,... - l.,. - l,.. - ..,, - W... - ...l - ..,. - ..., - ,,.. - ofon-- nvnn 1--1- nulu 1 fnnn 1 lllm 1 1 .lll 1 l-wl 1 III1 1 .VII 1 llll 1 .lll 1 lllf 1 llly 1 llll 1 ..4. 1 ylll 1 III1 1 ,lll 1 lwll 11111 - i 1:1 1 DR. D, H. MoRToN I I ELINIIVOOD, ILLINOIS 5 Phones: Res. 1153 Uliice 160 I 'if .5......,.,.-. -..,.-....-,.,........-.,..-,,,,-....- -.,,,-....- -,...-.,,.- DR. V. V. EVERSON I I 0S'I'EOPA'I'IIIC PHYSICIAN 1 E. R. A. Diagnosis and 'Il1'CLltlllCI1JE Phone 131 Elmwood, Illinois I vin- .... .. .,.. -,.- ii.. - .i.. ----- 1 - ---.1 -------- ii.i - iiii - -.-- .i.. - ...- - .1., -H.--I nfnu1 lule -u 1---1 Ivll 1 lxll 1 llll - nlfl 1 llil 1 llll 1 IIII 1 IIII 1 Ivll - vlll 1 III1 1 rlf- 1 lvil 1 IIII 1 vlrl -- -lil 11111 Illl 1 I v H1 I i DR. Ii R. SIMKINS VETERINARY Plione No. 71 Elniwoocl, Illinois vim- .i.. - .-i. -- i..- - iiii - -iii ----- V --------- .1 1,m1im1.,,,1.,,.....,.,1,,,.1,,,,1,m.-uu1u NIN - .1,.,.1,, 1 1 1 111 1 .-m.1.,...,11m1,...1 1,,,,1,,,,1,.,,1,,,,...,,.1,.,.11,.,1 1 1 1 1 1mi1,,,,1 uu1un1nu1M1un--nn1uu1mi-uu1nn1 1uu-mi1 'I' DHXH fn- ---' - -A-- - "-- - '-'- - ---- - -llf - 1f-- - --'- - 1-1f - 1f-f -1- '-1- - ---f -1- -:f- - '--- - -f-f - -1-- - -"- - A-'- - -vfv - ---- --- -1-' - ---f - --1- - ---- - '-A- ---Q Kodaks VVl1lJflllEIll,S Candies Chi-Naniel Stationery T 1 G. C. GEARIEN I I l 271.3 IMP' 3 Parker Fountain Pens, French Ivory, Sherwin-IVilliains Paints Hess' Stock Foods .i.-........- .... - ,.o. - ,... .. .,z, .. .,,. .. .1s. - .k,. .. .s.. - .,,. .....- ..e. - .Ks. - ,.,. - .,., - .,.. -.,.-..- -. -----. .-...-..,: 'F'-' "" -"i-:- - - "" -'l'- "" - "" -"- "" - "" - "" - "" "' "" - "li " "" - "'f -' "" - "" - "" ----- ' '-""-'Q' I I i S A Y F E L L O W S! T 1 1 A I what will Hshen think of that new suit. Youlll know itls right if you get it he1'e. The niost beautiful new shades, 21 pe1'- feet fit insured by our own tailors, and style thatlll make 'ein sit up and take notice-and above all, sensible prices. Ask to see our 329.45 two-trouser suits. Others at 9518.95 and up at I 2 1 L 1 1 2 2 s T A M M s GALESBURG, ILLINOIS I -i--11---1 ----- -'-- '-'- - i-" - f'-- - '-'- - IAI- - '-'- - '--- - -fi' - IIII - fli- - '1-' -11- ---- -------- 1 --I--ri .g..-...-1.,.......-....-...-1...-1...-1.... ..,. -1..-,.,.-1...-...- .... - ,.., -.1,.-1..- .... - .... - .... -....-.1-11-11.-..1.-..,1-..,.-...-.Q. Q h - L 1 W'25l'1?15,'1l12HT TI-I E P 8: M BACG?315'11I5'TSSFER 1 f STORAGE GARAGE l AT IGALESBURCJ1 f IS THE OFFICIAL ILLINOIS HA.A.A.,' GARAGE i Opposite Q. Depot E ,!,,,-.,.,...,.,,- .. -1111-1111-1111-1111-1111-11-1....1111-111.-11.1-11.11111-.1..-.1,.-..1.- A - - -. A .. 1 1 -...,..11 Efi -11 E T Q111 151111115 mm g 4eu-vu-Im- :- - - -.m.-w-.:n-m-m-mI-.m.- ...m.-m.,.m,..n-m.,nn- - .. .. ... - - -ml-ui, I W. H. Schleifer l HARNESS, SADDLERY AND HORSE GOODS I l ELMVVOOD, ILLINOIS I L I 4 ,.-.In-.,.,.. - .M ..,....,...,.,....,,...,:,.,..,,,-,,....,,,...,,.,...,..-.,.,-.,..-,...-.,..-..,.-,...-,.,.- - .. - -.,.,-,......,..!. 4...-,,...-m.- .. - .. ...m..u.....,m......... - - .. - .. - .. - - - - - .. - - - -.,,..., , Q 2 u I The mwoo T I Elevator Company f I I vzcorporaoted I 1 GRAIN, COAL, SAND, SALT, NAILS T I VVIRE FENCING T i Phone 48 I ELMVVOOD - - - ILLINOIS ,f,.-.m-.m..m... -W-W-.uf-1-u,nn-m.,n,.- 1 - .. - .- 1 - -nu-.,..-.,.,-.,..-,,,,-,,,.-,,.,-,.....,,.,-.,.i. 4..........- .... - ..., .- .... ---- I --------------- .... - . H..-.m-lm--.nl-ml-I l . m C. Grover S. F. Halligan 'E' l Elmwood Produce Co. I Highest Prices Paid for Poultry and Eggs : L 2 ELMWooD, ILLINOIS ,i,.,-....-...,- ... - - - ..,.............,.-..,.-....-...,-....-Im-un-H..-HH-.,..-....-....- - .. - - -..,..-....-HQ. mm 1925 N . -1- - ----- ---- - --Kl - - -"- - ---1 ----- - - '-f' - '-" - - - 'K1' -- ---- --I1-I-I---sg I . 9 I Summer Has Arrived at Bergner S I I I I I I I I I ounters and shelves piled high i with light sununery wash fab- ries, IKCZUIY-'.ll0-VVCZII' racks filled with Visions of sununer loveli- ness4all go to show that this store is ready for the sununer shopper. I To shop thru this store will he a de- Iightful trip thru la11es of everything wanted a11d eorreet for the seasonls wear. I Stocks were never more complete. A deIig'htf'ul tea roon1 is at your ser- vice with cooling, palatable drinks I after a warm round of shopping. The mezzanine floor is a cozy and cool place in which to rest. Shop here while in Peoria. I I I I I I I I Bergner 5' Company I I ---.....,-....-------.I-.-.--....-.W-sq. 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In this Annual we believe We have produced a School Year Book of the best craftsman- ship and one that deserves your approval. 129' M Personal attention is given to all details entering into a good Annual. M' 12" Your patronage is solicited. 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