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

 - Class of 1927

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'5?.g?3,.w:?.s3'w.3f5kF'fqwfifiww. f??'1,M,--:..', J' ' Y I. " 125: i A ' :L 1. v . W' , A ...m.V?,a...1 ...fy-'152275f'fl-SWG .. .- ', if 1 Q 1 H w ,gg , f 8 uf Al" Q ' -1 Jhxjfk 4. H ' . r A 9 1 N r , L 1 q 2 7 THE ULMUS -3 IT' FD UI 'B 51 me '-x .Q C9 an un 5 . E 5 -- ,xi-i-fe ,II5 m 1- 4 "Elmwood Communitj High School Elmwooci, Illinois 1 .5 . V Mil JOSEPH DeBACI-IER our faithful janitor i i Q As a token of appreciation of his thirty i' i years of untiring efforts in behalf of ! our school, anci his willingness i to assist at all times, We, L the Senior Class of t IQ27, dedicate this 5 1 E fifteenth Qolume of v V V cc as T1-112 Lluvius i: w W i 1 5 A 11 , l ...sf F V R E Q l WV R D f.'. K iw t iaLgQahQkaQaQaQaQsaQaQsagigatg3atts, , WMV. My - gap I' It is with pleasure that -the class o IQ27 has lahore to pace this, t e teenth volume of THE ULMUQ in the hands o those Who are inter- ested. We realize it is not per ect, ut we trust it will he a source o joy and a chest of memories to the patrons, pupils, Alumni, and all I' i V f swf. ' l 1 35' l I ' A -. X: " 0 I Q I A' 'X in .Q v . 2 E x 3 H N :gli ' Q Pio f '-t L f " 1' ' f' v 1 1 v an ur 1 f Y www- -.apic vnu,-,,J:.iavr1'1 H, r ..-,sg am.,g.sag4,11'pM,u.,,,,rW, ,W i "1-me 11 ' wr 1 is -.. 1 1 ,X-rgwq t 'XL' .v tqglggs it ,Aga-Mrk if! r ,FNS 4 K 1 ff af: 1 . ., W fs. a af? 'vt- Q wr' 1-Q ,ir its ,asia ., 3 5 f M N H M if 1, K f Wasggxi 'lag 1 My is "f 4 M. 1' new' xxx. I N " mam Na ! ,K Y 1 ,C , ' cl l 11 2 N T: V X 5 f fi it 1 1 li A l v ' lb f E i l ,gk ri? friends of our school. ln sending forth this annual we 'believe it represents in part, afair and unlaiased record of the activities of the school year of IQQ6-1927. We feel that pleasant thoughts o your Alma Mater, and strains o loyalty will accompany your stud o t is copv of THE llmvius 5 xx"-.S-- l ' i 9 f hi , 4- N .iff , ltss, tr., s- e s aflww' ,ia, Assets, i,y, assess H e . r ' if:,g.,.4 ..l, in 1 2, N' Z i Q .-.- - lrr ' V-.,y Af , .-- , iiix f , ' , qy, '---c.. Q xXx Mwaawa riff -f..,.,, ARYRQQEM 1 3S 2 'Che Staff Marie Fleislier Clyde Wheeler Ada Bolwrer Lois Challacomloe Lucille Murphy Tlwelma Callis Francis Slwively Louis Windish Julia Patton . Corinne Zinn Louise lvlclfinty Mr. Downing Ada Bolwrer Lloyd Gralwam . Editor-in-clwief Business Manager . . Asst. Bus. M8H8gGI' . . Jolie Editor . Literary Editor Snapsluot Editor . Society Editor Atliletic Editor . . Art Editor Calendar Editor . Feature Editor Faculty Advisor . . . Typist Class President NTS School School Building Board of Eclucation Faculty Classes Qrganizations Clubs Musical Dramatics Athletics Features Joltes Snapshots Calenclar Ads FT-he School :XX XX ff , if X' X- +- X. f ' ,LE 4,-. ,Q f 122, L-"fF1 s ' X "' is X f N X "X 1 f I ,ff I WNQX X -x I, f I fb- XX, ' 1 I IW. . 5 'X l lf" X If I 42 ,ff , J ik - - Qliim w E WW HRW 42 W EEE? 'f!1iW '!!iW iii " 'IBEW 'WW 43155: 'El ' "535W" f3il1H' 'W ' "' i "" IJ?FfQ I EV i l fu, f" 4 SE Q L .. : EE r 'I YI YI T1 QE YI l Q . ' 1 S 'naw vnzsaaw 'saw .nam A --iF:-77 " 5 'f g- V, I-V School V 3.3 , 6.ggfg..,, 'f f4gE!: .i K A , , A , . . X - - x , , . IW 4 kfwk 'A?'f6 vw f lla? ., 4 X' 13 f J: B B fi FE .-:I -. P.: I E U E E 9 L U U l U l B B B U M U l V v u B E H 4154541455414 Q The Ulmus Q 51'5i5Z5'55."Jn51'5 XV. H. B. CLINCH YV. YV. DAY High School Board High School Board J. EDSON SMITH H. M. KILPATRICK Sec. of Grado School Board Sec. of High School Board School Board Pres, of Grade Pres. of High School Board DR. D. H. MORTON Grade School Board High School Board DR. H. R. SIMKINS D. A. JAQUES Grade School Board Grade School Board F. C. BOCK C. R. BOVVERS Grade School Board Grade School Board iidgaiiiaiiziis o IC927 0 Azizszvfuzozszl TWELVE -1-l1.-1 -1-1-1-1 M Egg J A Q Q xf U W ' 27:4 A if if V M Q E fx... . K IC. IC. DOVVNING SUPERIXTENDENT Jlathematics University High School Southern Illinois Normal University of Illinois, B. S. Grmlimte School, U. of I FOURTEEN WWW? an 6,492 'HM' fm. Mr CJUSSIP M. DOWNING Ass1s'rAN'i'1R1Nc1PAL ' History and Euglis-h .-. Vienna Township High School. A. Southern Ilfinois Normal lfniversigy of Illinois, B. Q. 1- Graduate School, IT, of I. ? BEULAH DARLINIG g' Englifrh I' Bottineau High School N Hedding Col ege University of Illinois. B. S. F Q RUTH DARLING 2 Languages 5 Hedding College Academy C-C-liI.1Z-If-'ii'-fi-4'-C4"w-4"-64" fm' HOW ARD S l INSON Agriculture Buda High School Hedding Qollfge Yniversity cf Illinois, B. S. MKRH GENE STILFIEID I Music and Pub.in Speaking Peoria High School Bradley Co lege University of Illinois, A. B. GARNET BABBITT Sewing and Science Abingdon High School 'H ' o ..- .,, .b H,,.,,, Il, .IV ,,, ,.,, ,,, .,, -uv -.H .,,."-1,1 -VY-l -.Vvwr wrdxi , A jIA'AOlQiQ.4'As4.iQ.AAZXOAQA T H E U L :M U S V .AQA.!AvA.lAl.1lAl.1A-Ol-1 il 5 X '71, ,tm l .,,, Yf.w ,vlh ,V,, W A L' 11""""f'Q'7l7, 1 ,.V,.V, , Q , . , ,,L,,,, , ,L., ,, ,,,,.,o,., ,, ,,, l ,.. 1 XM ll E g 1:21 - ,.., i . I W 4331? ' 1" ' Ei '-:.w ' . - .1 . .. ..,'- ll. a - if lss pf , , B - . 1 t , 'lll V QQ .g f Q. ' E g A Q 1 251 a-.riff ag ifv 1 ... ' K ,D F ,. , 3 . M K4 r 5 ' WW., .,,l.,l .,il,,.lo,ll .. ,..,,..,., .,...,l. ..,.., - me ,M.., ...W ,,..,, ., .,l.,l . ...,ll.,,l .WWW A A., .l..l ,i...m...... ,.,..l.WMW, W., 1 ,.,, fffw .,,' ' QfQffQf.....,l ffl, ..,.... ,.,,..,, ffl .,....l.,,.., ffifffifi. ..., G 4 i L . . x 1 ' . Q . G x Q 'I Q l , f - . G 6 1 l Y G Vniversity of Illinois. B. S Gale-sburg High School ?. Lombard College, B. S. ROY MCK. MANN EDNA C. COULSON AW Science and Athletics Commercial K Kirkwood High School LaHarpe High School ' Monmouth College, B. S, Br0wn's Business College VV. I, S. T. College 'Q , ,- 'E l 7"2"'i..,,,.. V' .v ......-A-...,, A . Q - ' ' ,m.m.9.m,iw:Qs4 simplyQ7w,9.w,Qmnmmy,:4.9,mQ,Q.o:Q.Qxav.QeiK2Q Q , x 1, g FIFTEEN 'R f ' - "'- 41 - .y1u"w -1-' fi- U-1' w -li i '4 I' 'ua 'li vw 'uv -in -I v-ur fu- -It ' Q: rms ,A-.o.2.9.4-.-.o:Q.'a.a-Ao.Q.: T H E U L M U S s1Q.cLfm.a.Q.ol4.Qio.Q.':t1l.?k4L Q cl I . Q 5' 1 n u L N N Elmwood Commumty Hlgh School W , , ,L . ,gf E Is for Elmwood, a place well known to all, and dear to Qt, Q1 the heart of both great and small. L Is for loyalty, that binds us together, no matter how sunny or dreary the weather. M. Is for moments that are lost in one day. 5' VV Is for wisdom which we store up to stay. 0 ls for order which is instilled in our school. O ls also for obliging which is our golden rule. D Is for duty which to our teachers we owe. 7 4 5 C Is for courage wherever we go. 1? is for opportunity wliicllz we rfiulsf lgrasp. ?' s or our motto to w ic we io ast. 'Q NI Is also for merit which has won for our school a name. g s for unison which means success and fame. N Is for nothing but which is noble and true. X I Is for improvement all along the way. Ki T Is for tokens of our work, not play. Y Is for Year Book we are making anew. H ls for hearty co-operation in all we do. I Is for independent in the future to be. G ls for great things to comprehend and see. H Is for honor and truth to obey. S Stands for stop, when tempted to stray. Q C Is for college in future years. H Stands for heartiest and loudest cheers. O Is for orthoepy, the base of all learning. O Is also for orthography, for which we are yearning. L Is for last and loudest praise for our dear old Elmwood High School days. V L. M. C., 'mx ' 1 9 f ' fo f, 'G Ml -I X " W L , " nj H , Q 5 -. Elmwood Loyalty ? U if . 3 Elmwood High, o Elmwood High Faithful to you welll be. All our hopes and all our fears Q Will be for you, just you, Studious days throughout each year it Have kept our hearts aglow Q And until the end we'll be loyalists and friends A K To the school that we love the best. X 4 it fa I 'u ii ' I 7' - o - - v , , , , : l' - "Z"--lays7m:o:m:u:Q1QisfmrofzovrwxormQimzqzwmimzofmtozo.otmrmgezf 'fb If - J SIXTEEN lx X 4 1 f 42 f'2fJlQ ' it EX Q n X W T7 . if f 5Em ncw2f.es 'B 5... , f I Qi A-.o,mo.4'.-.ox:Ja.4-.nm-.1 T H E U L M U s biQmm0.Q.o4awLo.Q.'zglgL ' In xl N 1 I '14 ,Q 5 I v HFI EN' BL XION Iene Of envy tlmpei natmalfy good OR AI U XI I AUHER Pd H1-r are qmet steps 0 dleamlaml I LCII I IE. MURPHY Cllle I ve been a good lzttle girl VS ALI XCE L'VIhRICK VS ally He talks' He talksf Ye Gods how he talks all fd IN 9 :ii 3 , , . ,I , . - Q Q V S xg -1 . - ' . . ni 9 3 .1 - g fc E . 1 , ' ii . r ' I Y A 4 v ca - vs ' ri gf . Q f I' A Z . I I- K1 4- :Q ' I. , , , , , -I ', ' "Q."'5syQrm:o7w:m:Q1we'stmzwe'Qxwowwpmy:Q3m'9:Q:9:.woto ,o1Qga1ev.Q's2i.N?4i"fg 4' " J EIGHTEEN I EON XRD HEI I ER Heller IRIVI X FLICRINGER Irrme She says shes bashfful .1 GLEN HAI L ' Pete . .5 High erected thats seated in the heart o conr- , A 5 4 tes' L - 4: , v J 2- Q , v S. , ,, A i MABEI, DAVE SON Mah 9 1 . , . I Extremely busy, but quiet about it. U W 8 iq x I t . .V gs 'N W 'B 5 ,f .,,. ,, ,H ., ,.,, .S .1 ' - N 0g,x 4f.ozm1za-rafvsfsmsioiwa T 1-1 E U L M U s s:fs.4m2a.Q.a1mxa.Q.':.,415 QI 1 N A R If I I 1 I 'L ,f 'QE 'Els ri 'O ' T Q .1 Q Q A I 4 A A 4 65 'Y The 'world knows nothing of its greatest men. Pi N . EQ 3 3 Q- ? Ki 3 Q a 3 C 51 G Z Q 9 1 E ,, ' 2 I 3 Q e f 3 G ff. 0 Q I P Q o r 1 E ? 6 9 Q o x v ' S 9 N I ' jyy' ' x . . , , . . , . . .. , . . . .. .. ..,n - ,. .V ,V wr -.1 'ik-if , ,l-'ii!QIQ9I9Ts2tQ.s'g9.Q1!49.35.9WeQ.s29t.Q.h7,.QY:9!.Q!,s':99.sA.Q!.1a.Q.v.l.v.!.w:z.Qv . .I x 4' ' NINETEEN -L , 7 ,J Q ' v , , v 'H , , K 'Q'-.x'gwIf1Q.4iQKVQGA"Q1 T H E U L M U s S'Qs'f.nQom'oQ':1l.?h , 'Q ADA BOHRILR Ade Character zs the bans of success of ezewy kzncl QI H DE VS HFELER VK heeler Of ladzes Im fond of books I z1a1y Really you know I m quzte contrazy IOIS CHALLACOMBE Flossy The world belongs to the eneiqetzf LOUIS XVIBDISH Lewie - 11 1 When a lady .s' in the case - You know all other things yin plave. - 'X I 1 92 :V Ill lx l 1 7' Im'Qtmzozmawqzwe'stm:9'vmtmTQ:9.livp1Q:Q1Qpm'9'.:4:o:,mt I!AQTQ,QTk7.Q9Si'-1 'Q x df - ' TWENTY 'B . K , fi 0 'yv -1- -, ,lf v nf N -X -- U- cw- w -u '- I- -m -1 wiv- -U --1 -1 v-vw -v-- -11 V ' Ulgrf,x, 4-.mN.o.4'.-.o1Q.'a.4'.+.o.a-.1 T H E U L-M U s -A S1f:.smlo.Q.ofmioaxfzg-.124LX U cl x .I N, - N if ' b - I , . 4s - 'L -fl 'S I 3 - 4 - . Ei Q 5 3 FRANCIS SHIVELY "Bud" i Sweet'-tempered, full of fu-11, and square, A friend to have and keep forever. 5 Q! - Q T! Q -, 1 2 ?i 3 7 - Q THELMA CALLIS S'Thelmie', When one is truly in love she not only says it, but shows it. gf - K W . A 65 -Q U u IQ F '1 4, 6 it A GLENN DEFORD f-Pelew Just at the age t-wiart boy and youth. pf 3 5 ' 9 , P' ' 3 -4 li if LOUISE MCKINTY "Maudie', S Give me a lantern, I'll find an honest ma-n. A. bi 3 'F 1 , G t ,X U 1 1 S I 1 'I N . I '- "Cz-'Jimrmzoratcmvxn:Q'stmtbw'Qrsawzsvnwemy1Q1miQ',:4z9:mroroU XQgQ:s2vgQ'G 'g l If ' 1 TWENTV-ONE 9 I 'H , . . 1 'F f " -A. -- .pu-nf .- nf- .H v-IA nf -v V ' -' 'fx 'H' 'V 'H' 'WW ""' "" "" ' w i 0Q,x 41mega.av.-.o:Q3a.av.m-.1 T H E U L M U s SifN.sm1o.Q.oJmio.Q.':1Il4L ki N1 . K I ' L . , ?L:.AL IAA LALXAL x4Lz.An.LALiAL1A4 L 1 'hxhv 7 'Q' TRA6' N .rg V , if 3 e I Q , : o , fi , I 5 5 LYNNE FAGOTTE "Pud', ' Any school prizes su-rlz as you. . 4 D E! 3 -1 . .G 5 Q D1 . S . 4 Q CORINNE ZINN '6Zinny" 2 r ' p So nice and prim, she cloeszft have a special him. 1! 5 Q 3 ,4 r , ' i E LEO YVINDISH HvViI1diSll', I never felt a kiss of love, nor a maizlen's hand in D 9 mine. Q i E e ' 5? Q 'Q -Q Q2 ' - G f E! E2 S P ' F T , U ,, 1 5 JLLIA 1 ATTON Pat g Accomplishment is natural to her art. 'C 95 'ix a i X ei Sv 4' EN I. : 1 "2."'.-Jsy'Q:m:9:m:u: ..!.'s7m19xmrw:Q:9.wgmza3Q'.mi9',:4:9:wQtQ.Qtmmgsy 5 fo TWENTY-TWO N 4 B lc.f,x,-"3goao4wA'aa.woQ1 THE ULMUS FQa'fnoQo'4wloQf:-Zz, D N ELDA QCRAGL1 Scragg Qmet reserved and Qhy She let? the 'zcorld go by HAROLD RLDDING Ch1ck1e Small towns are fzne but me for the brzght lzqhts I LOX D GRAHAM Fuzzw I wwe men were judged by feet Id be a Solo mon F VELDA EUBANKS "Eul.1V' G Q It ms tfranquzl people who aceomplzsh much 6 4 C G C Q Q 5 9 Q 'Y Q ga sl F , - , A 'funlglnvvfin 4.u-fuAn H866 s E 9 5 VN? 3 2? QL K X X 1 K K E L 3 5 fe sv ' ' " 'v ' "v 'own' xov.o'wvo"ov evwow' 1 v .v w. -, www .1 -mv wo-1' w -1' 'lf' 'wx 'lv 'WI' 'H "I " Y"' "" "Y s"A', 'alA.'lAAA..'A.A A..A...A4.-x QI Q N O b -S4 'O 1 9 eeee e 5 eeeee e . ,5 1 - H e fs ee e e , ' , - f e e lg 1 ' - e eeef i e e eee E! ,e e , ,, ' 1 Q 1 as - ' as , , W, , ,W 1 S Q - 3 5 ,Z Q 9 Ti J 7 Y A it ,Y7 ' f - f e , - Q! 1 E! 'I I is k Z . C' 'K6.'..-siteuxoam-vpzwfss v. ,i.v..e iv .s fi, i Nov. ,.,'fQs'7Si'P xx k I 4. J TWENTY-THREE N! rw ,A 'B f 0 I" "' 41" H' -' 'I-' 11' UW' U' 'V' I 'T-1' +1 - -1 - L. - 'I 1 lt mx, Q ' ,14-.o,w.o.w.o:Q.'a.4'.v.o.4-.1 T H E U L M U S Sif5:dEfmd:Q.6.'a2NilQfwlskff i il rg' T,- lf' 3 2! S Vw Q Q1 3 Q 1 G 51 Q Qi K X Q! 9 l! 3 ,S S 9 ! 'Q 3 4 4 Q Q 'I 1 Q 1 4 -2 MARIE FLEISHER Tlentz 'f'To be an editor means brains and pluck Personality, 'wisdom and luck." RAYMOND HICKS Ra Life is no joke, girls either lu I 'I F i ' - "C45lsmrm:om:Q:m:Q1we'stmtym'Qtmfirmlimama:Q1miQ',:4:9:mfo1v wmv Q Wim 1 I I TWENTYAFOUR S 'B f , ,r , V , P -Q ,: l- - ww iv- , - lv U- '-,- ,V -,, .K,. .M ,W . .M ,,, .H ,H ,,,, .lf vi . X 9 sx 1. .0m.0.w.o1d.l.4'.xo.o.1 T H E U L M U s sif5.aifnlQ.Q.o.4Zsio.Q.f:?,?k4L ,Q ci lf' 5 -fl N v 1 ,K 6 J 5 I -4: 'Fe -as F Q k 3 Q i 92 I . . .-- Q. 4 . I if Y? 5 2 og 51 N l ! 5 gi i - 5 4 Li Q 5, if Left to Right. Top row: lfrunr-is Sliively, Mabel Dawson, Corinne Zinn. Glenn Di-Ford, Clyde 5 , WVheeler, Leonard Heller. Heli-n llurzion, Yelmla Scragg and XVallace Emerick, 6' Q Next row: Raymond Hicks, Harold Redding, Oral Gallagher, Glenn Hall, Leo XYindish, Louis W XVimlish. Lloyd Graham and Lynne Fagotte. , s IQ Bottom row: .lulia Patton, Asia Hohrer. Yelda Eubanks, Irma Flickengvr, Lois l'hHil2iC'0l1llJS, 9 a Louise Mm-Kinty. Marie Iflcishl-r, Luci-Ile Xlurphy and Thelma Callis. ' . 5 G 47 3 3 9 .Vg . . Q 1 Semor Class H1StOf9 if w Q . G ?e 'C 2 f 1 I l w 5 ui In the fall of 1923, we entered High School, our enrollment numbering forty- two. VVe soon organized and elected the following ofHcers: Lynne Fagotte, presi- dent, Glen DeFord, vice- iresident' Louis Windish secretarv and treasurer. VVC .Q I , J ' ,i adopted the motto, "VVe Came, VVe Saw, VVe Conqueredgi' the class flower, "Lily- of-the-Valleygu and the colors, "Blue and Goldfy Our Sophomore year we had only thirty-six members. 5 lVe entered our Junior year, thinking it the big year because we had the honor S of giving the Seniors a reception. Q in Q ll e had only twenty-six members in our Senior vear. VVe elected the following 4 1 . Y . ' ' 3 officers: Lloyd Graham, president, Vi allace Emerick, secretary and treasurer, Rav- ' mond Hicks, vice-president. Vi'e have taken mart in all social, business and athletic 'Q ,. I . 2 3. activities during our school year, and it is with a feeling of sadness that we depart, 9 but we leave to do reater thin s in life. 5 .Q g g r : xii M. D., '27. F 1 M iq Q I fi li 4' :El I I' IN ' -,.-.J - :yQ.sE9.h2.Q,s'49,QlQ9,159QQ.Jf.9l9.sv,m'99.01.99O,Ke.Q!g9.0,Q.Q.Q,91s2v.Q9 igl .1 J TWENTY-FIVE 'fi 'E if v B 5 in 3 I S The Class lil We the Senior Cliss oi 97, of E C H S Elmwood Illinois being of sound mind and considering the uncertnntv of tl11s frail llie do therefore make, ordain, publish and declare this to be our last will and test :ment I Glenn Hall do gne xnd beque ith ms boisterous ways to John Hart I'ranc1s Shnely do gne ind bequeath mv babv stature to Iouise I'urner I Mabel Dawson do gnc ind bequeath mv good Historv grades to Cora Miller I I I I I I I I J Iouls Vlfllldlbil do gne ind beque ith my Altona dates and mv loxe for autos and petting parties to John Mathis Julia Patton do gne 1nd bequeath mv curly hair to Kathleen Nlanock Leland Slmklns Ada Bohrer do gne and bequexth mv intelllgenee and winning personalitv to Esther Schulthes Ravmond Hicks do gne and bequeath mv timid laugh to Pauline Hitchcock Per haps mv fascination for the weaker sex mfn be improwed Leo TT1I1d1Si1 do gne ind bequeath my wild ways to Helen Horan Corinne finn do gne ind bequeath mv quietness and dignity to John VI eeks Oral Gallagher do gne and bequeath mv unlimited fountain of learning to Alice Redding VVallace Emerick do gne and bequeath mv bashfulness and unwillingness to create a disturbance in the assembly to Paul Hitchcock Harold Redding do gne and bequeath mv adoration for Chicago girls and nn latest novel The Vtass of a VVo1nan to Junior NIa1lander Velda Scragg do give and bequeath mv undisturbable composure to Elon Steer Leonard Heller do gne 1nd beque ith mv different wavs of asking for dates and my cfneman ways of taking refusals to James Foster. Marie lfleisher, do give and bequeath mv popularity among the boys to Eliza- beth Steer. Lloyd Graham do give and bequeath my cherished letters from Bushnell to Virginia Miller. Velda Eubanks do give and bequeath my compact and pug nose to Francis Lindzey. Glenn DeI ord do give and bequeath my unusual studious inclinations to Vir- ginia Atherton. Lois Challacombe do give and bequeath my gift of gab and burning desire to become a missionary to Grace Halb. Irma Iilickinger, do gne and bequeath my abilitv to vamp all the boys to Susanne Smith. A Helen Buxton, do give and bequeath my disregard for the rules in the assembly to Izola Yates. ' Louise McKinty, do give and bequeath my ever-ready funny story and my last words to my neighbors in the assembly after the bell rings, to Paul Fussner. ,J 'B 'B 0 i f. V W, M, I, .I.. M, ,.,, ,V .,, . ,. ., .W .,, .H ,M .I ,W .,,, .5 ,Z ' . X . f-AX, , ,J1.ff9.QA'4'.lfQ.'l.4'AQ.Q.1 T H E U L IVI U S sif5LCi'RfQ.Q.QfGQLQQREQQLig i ci I N J . . l 4. k 'F , . . , . , . , , . . . . 'S 2 A i, . , 2 1 . . D, . 7 5 . v ' Q I Y. I . T X 5 K I . .V . Y A . . J I E if L ' ' . ' - , - Y , , . . , ' , f . ! Q 1 . ' ' . . P - 3 I 4 1 I K 5 ' . I W , ' ' Q Q , J ' 1- -. , -Y , , ,, , , , , ' . Q Q . . ' . 'f A1 I Clvde W'heeler do ive and becueath mv nianlv bearln and raceful walk to ,. 1 V 1. 5 8 l . . 3 g .l 5 . ' , 11 4 " . . Q Y . . I . . - ki 1 f- ' 1- 1 . f - K' 1 l . . v I' , ' . Y z - . Y . . V , W 91' ' , ' . ' . . . ' . ' . E 5 3 I , 1 Q A . ' . Q I . . v x . . qi ' K . ' . j . h I, . , . v t . . 04. 'Y 1 V x .. Y -7, , ,, . A . i 4 1 v w w s Q 1, f ' , E G 2 C I , . : : Q G K b .. ,, . ,, , E J Y 5 3 , 2 5 I, , 4 , , I 1 Q I, 3 ar 5 G ' I . , 0 5 , ' Y . f 2 6 . 1 ' 5 G 9 f I 2 ,1 G I g Q , Lynne Fagotte, do give and bequeath my athletic ability to Walter Clinch, so it E that the High School will not lack fame when I am gone, S I, Lucille Murphy, do give and bequeath my ability to make the most noise at - Basketball games to Alfred Miles. ' I, Thelma Callis, do give and bequeath my bashful ways and ability to get along 55 with men to Beth Shively. 9 , D1 ,WI WITNESSES: '-ii H. W. Stinson fi' K E. E. Downing Signed: y R. McK. Mann THE CLASS OF '27. X Q l as ti 4' 'N ' j' - v v v v -P '- 'Misa'crmrotwrmzezsa'sims'm'97m:Q:sv,w9me1Qzm'9'.:4197mf IQ,QTQj!Ih9lQF T5Q5-fl 4, - , TWENTY-SIX 'H f v 1 C '- .- . vs , 1' .- uw 1.--.V -.- -1. -1:-' 'e it "1 "U "' "' I ,x .-.o,Q.o.4-.-.o.QJa.w.o.a-.1 T H E U L M U s sif5.a.fn.o.Q.o.m.o.Q.Q: .,411 9 cl Q e Class Prophecy ' Th V i . 'ig' It was a sunny afternoon in April, 1937, when Harold Redding, editor of the Chicago Tribune, happened to glance at the Elmwood item. He looked once, gasped and looked B.g'2l.lI1. He saw several names of his old classmates of '27. He took the paper, went to his office, slouched down in his easy chair as was his fashion, and started tohread. . U Dr. and Mrs. Paul Hitchcock spent their vacation with Dr. Hitchcock s parents in Elm- wood. Mrs. Hitchcock will be remembered as Marie Fleisher of Elmwood. It .seemed that Q Marie had spent her time going to school and teaching, while Paul became famous as a i doctor in Chicago. . N ? - Mr. and Mrs. Verr Clark have just returned from tllell' honeymoon, from the Hawallan Islands. Mrs. Clark was formerly Thelma Callis of Elmwood. They will reside in Elmwood, ? where Mr. Clark will assist his father-in-law in the printing tlradei I ' t- H Lloyd Graham a great chemist was burned very severe y wien me was expernnen mg on a new chemical,to remove red cuirly hair. It seems that he must get rid of tlus hair bc- fore a former classmate will accept his heart and hand. . 9 Lois Challacombe has resigned her position of teaching III the Edwards schools, due to 3 her health. She plans to travel through the west during the sunnner. She has been a suc- W cessful teacher since 1928. 31 "The VVarring Sex," a wonder picture, will be shown at tthe Palace Theatre Saturday night, May lst, featuring Glen DeFord. It seems that Glen left Elmwood for California K1 immediately after graduation and at once entered the movies. . Lynne Fagotte, a graduate of Elmwood, refereed the Basketball game last Thursday if' night. There was a large crowd, as all of his old friends wished to see him. He is coaching at Lewistown, where he has developed an excellent team. . 1 iq All the friends of Irma Flickinger will be glad to hear that she has accepted the position of cashier at the Myres Cafe of Brimfield. I I . L' , It is rumored that Velda Scragg Police Matron of Peoria, has succeecem in causing 61 the arrest of several bootleggers in the surrounding country. 2 Leonard Heller and VVallace Emerick bade their wives good-bye at New York last week and left for Africa, where they expect to secure some wild game for their museum.- : . Miss Mabel Dawson has just returned from Paris. Her lovely coloratura soprano voice has won her much popularity in that country. U . I I ji The many friends of Clyde VVheeler will be glad to learn of his being appointed major at VVest Point, beginning September 1, 1937. Congratulations Clyde, upon securing this - , position in your Alma Mater. . I V ' Q Ada Bohrer, the most popular and celebrated dancer of the Ullegfield Follies' will ap- pear in her home town theatre at Elmwood this coming week in the "Dance of the Angel," H All who are acquainted with her can readily forsee the fame which will follow her acting x1 the part of an "angel." 2 Velda Eubanks was taken to the hospital today. How badly she was injured is not Q known. She was hurt when her airplane crashed near Elmwood, her home town. She was Q doing stunt-Hying for the Foster Circus company. I l Oral Gallagher, the greatest statesman of the age, has given lus consent to run for 2 Senator on the Republican ticket in the campaign this fall. H . ,C Lucille Murphy has been chosen cheer leader of the Gallihope College in Wisconsin. G Miss Murphy taught school after graduating, and has now decided to take up a gymnastic Q course at Gallihope. U Louis VVindish is now the head of the College of Agriculture at the U. of I. He and -Q his wife have just returned from a visit with her parents in Altona. l Q Leo VVindish has completed his missionary work at Singapore. He says he enjoyed Q his work, but prefers to remain in the C. S. A. now trying to convert some of the 'wi c Q ones" here. I Z Corinne Zinn, who has been acting as bookkecper for the Governor, was on trial at Q Springfield, being charged by him for muddling his personal account. She was acquitted. Q Francis Shively has been on a singing tour of the world. He came back with a little Z French wife, who calls him "Baby Face." He is scheduled to sing tonight at the Palace Q Theatre, where his classmate Louise Mcliinty will play the piano for him. Louise has taken a "Beauty Course" and expects to find a prosperious business in Elmwood. Q Helen Buxton is running the Buxton Hatchery at Peoria. She has been very successful in her chosen work. F Julia Patton is engaged in drawing pictures for the "Photoplay Magazinef' She can S sure do her "stuH" as will be remembered when she was in High School. Glen Hall has just received the position of Chief of Police of Douglas, Illinois. He has ii been given instructions to round up the gang of bootleggers operating in that country. ' The inhabitants of' Edwards expect a visit from their former resident, Raymond Hicks, ,Q who is now president of Harvard University. Sighing, Harold folded the paper and said, "Sad indeed to leave such a wonderful classfi Q L. Mc., '27. 1 95 I I ,i'7y7"-.. .. .1 qxxf - , :Q Qfx'19.0.s9 Q.s'4V.Q1Q 9.3129 Q 1.59. 9. 59.1.99 MQ! A27 0 s4.9.!5.Q.U.l.Q,!.F:V.QP1ii3 I X 4. L TWENTY-SEVEN 'B f' f, . u,,.,,, , .,, ,.,. .,,,.,. ., ,,... if ' , - 1 0G,x,, , ,fi-.Omooau-.olQ.lmv.0.Q.1 T H E U L M U s SV5.4ifmil.Q.oJaQiQ.Q.':15'gkgLis xl iii - S , A Freshman Gul S lcleas of the Senlors g s L ' .f' lj "FUZZY GRAHAM" 'KLYNNE FAGOTTE" With his pretty curly locks he rouses un- Lynne is an athlete nf great renown . , k I, common interest among the girls-unt1l A Student Worthwhlle We IHOW' they find that this pretty boy isn't for sale. A1351 asf- pa-I Yolfr Joys to Slam, Q lheres none with him to compare. 'I' ffLoIs C XI L"XCOMBE" S 'Th h q t Iii! A IA f A 1 t I k "GLENN DEFORDN F . en ere s o iois. wmose very as oo T - F Q We suspect will be spent in spotting a book? himiiefger 12332 Effefoifngofiilhard work m "MARIE FLEISHER' MVELDA SCRAGG' VVhen it comes to giggling, her ability Always ready and glad 'EO aid, stands out two-fgld. Of such stuff, friends are made. I 5 "VVAI,I,ACE EMERICKI' N I' LOUIS VUNDI-SH I If you want to know horses and Swine A otnng Crooked about this tall upstanz- Or how to make a Cream test, mg young tree' OYAZEYWIE in she 13113 'SLEONARD HpEI,I,EPa' E .,- a a e, me nows mem. , . M 'i ,1 I wasn t built for speed x A , re HGLENN HALIR, But somehow I manage to getvthere. A man who to his business tends, H-IULIA PATTONI 2 And careth not for female friends. Don't east your eyes on me, br Cause I've got a steady. vi ,xi . .2 2 "LOUISE M 'KINTYW --e G L , f-1.130 VVINDISHH Q 5. She would rather talk with men than v , Q angelg am, dm, VI hat are troubles to me: .1 " ' ' ' I'm going to be a bachelor free. "HAROLD REDDINGF' HQRAI-I GALLIXGHERV9 G Org hour a day to study No eupid's darts for me. F' ne hour in which to eat Two hours to think how tired I am, HRAYMOND HICKS' And twenty nnnrs fe Sleell' The world's no better if We worry, X EI D X LUB XNKS I,ife's no longer if We hurry. 3 Ei Yi A I I I 77 That she is popular, there's no doubt, HLUCILLE MURPHY, X: And all are agreed, that she's a capital Lucille WC all CSUSCIH 1 good Scout. VVith her happy smile and ready wit, That she is loyal you'll quickly admit, 'KADA BOHRERH VVhen you hear her yell for the Senior 1- . . . Team. P ' 'Q Cheerful, hght-hearted and gay -S I But with Smile for today. I don't talk much, but I think a lot. 'KBUD SHIXYEIAH-'vs Shes ZINN" F1 . . ' r, ,'- gvuletdlitgli felleril , th Shees not a Pearl, Z .Ou n now es ere . . , She's just a noble, all round girl. Q T111 he scampers past agrmnm. ' ' UTHEI MA CALLI ,, UMABEL DAVVSONH 4 S For when e wemen win, she will W Never ready, always lefe, . You may depend on it, ,E But she smiles, and so you walt. But if She Wonft, she Wmpt, 3 And that's the end of it. 'SCLYDE wHEEI.ER'f 5. le Sober of looks, but mischief lurks be- 'SHELEN BUXTONU li neath. The price of wisdom is above rubies. lx K M. P.. M., '3O. ' x 1 I- 1 ls if ' N ,!l7W'b.., ,,., ,.,, ,.-, .... .,.. ,, ,,, ..,"igx-fit - !1x!Q,s2Q...Q.Q.S'49i.Q1QSli!QQ.S29,...9..Q.?.19Q.Q.l.?.:V,,M.,.95.Q,U.Q.Q,Q.w29.QF . ,i x lf TWENTY-EIGHT i 1 X fff V4 Xp' 'FT MV KW X f Nl J fy!! X t if f fp QQ Lf' : TZ , wflm J, fx xl 7 Q X' !WXf ffkxg Ugg X-Xf X xx gg! x A X MQ I -X K N NX , f Dfw QDX , iid ff D M K 3 5, -X -lil ww N. f. l I fa r 5 ' 1 5 2 Q 4 0 ff! , v -mQ , jan 1 AA A A A A . left to Right Bark ron Junior Mailander Roland Se-alle John Ryan Stanton Moore Gail Emerick Second rovs James Foster Frances Clernmer Delorls Hall 'tlarle Ekstrand Helen Horan Kathleen 'Uanock Isabel Hoyt Be-rnleee Corbett Marlon Harper Bottom ron. Inez Smith, Bernlere Plerson lsllvabeth Qteer Nirginla Millar Mxry Tohn son, Gonevra Yink, Suzanne Smith and Francis Yerby. umor Class l"l1stor Three years agoAah how long it seems-wwe were Fresh- ,1nen, green in the way of school life. We struggled thro the first year and studied, studied, studied. We started our second vear knowing more of school life, and enjoyed seeing other "Freshiesi' greener than we were. Now, we are actually Juniors, with Mr. Stinson as adviser and Virginia Miller, Inez Smith and Stanton Moore as officers. VVe have passed another successful year in our school life and in another year a sheepskin will be ours. Here's luck to the class of '28. W E. S. and V. M., es. . f N, 5- "'O9.0.w.02Q.'Q.f''.O."'A T H E U LM U S SlNL6lfrS2O.Q.6f''AlQ.Q.+1i2'1, Q , iD t ' l -ss' 9 :I S QQ ! Q L! 9 ! it ii i . . . Q .D ' , f ': ' , ,, ' , . , f , Q J . . , J , l, , , C . Q G C G 2 G ' . . L' 57 1 Q G ' ' f , G C G . A I4 f77""-.'..--..-. ,.- , - C4."'-,yQm.osm.mQ.msimpleQtm9.smmp,m.mozsmmtervlozmvmgeeia? 4' J THIRTY aw XS ,V Qu I ,591 ,... x H53 Sw ZW ffffwfngj iq gfffgiflf Q L Qec.ovfx BHv1'vFuL.1 M X Foy - 3: 1111 Fv mesa s ' 2' Eff! buuD1F'Arv2 Q ' 3 ' F' C KL ,Q mc. ,f ,S 4,1 ar ML mvgyfws . 5'-1 UPJIIFV Q HX Y K Yiir 1 irrrv f vvieqiyj Mm ,f 4,0 I X 4 , K N ,lf Wf,9q- fri-IYWC X A S H C A N 5 'wig K 1 ,MJ E X Ti V? w R I fg x X 'B 'CJ' -' V ui--.V .- -.H .i -.,. J A .. -. --.. --T ' EW 05x i-.o.n.a.iv.-.m:4.4,s.m.Q T H E U L M U s s:fs:cm:m.41Mews?-'hee,Q , il ' V 1 l 4, V I l N .fi 'b I 1 ' 1 Q l ' Q l - 4 ' l ' 9 l 54 59 . 1 - f i 3- S 4 ' - Q1 ' 5 l 4 Q BQ 6: 1 Q Left to Right, Back row: Hugh Nixon, Leland Simkins, .Iohn Mc-Kimy, Jesse lioire, John F - Mathis, Elon Steer, John VV'ecks, Howard Foster and Harold Hicks. ' i Q Next row: Sanford Coon. Kathryn Blowers, Ruth Jarman, Esther Schulthes, Audrey Coon, TQ Marjorie Coulter, Frances Lindzey, Ruth Phillips and Leo Hill. 91 Q Bottom row: Juanita D4-iGroot, Alice Redding, Thelma Seragg. Juaniia Bnhrer. Gayle Phares I Virginia Atherton, Cora Miller, Lucy Johnston, Florence Kauffman and Helcn Zink, I ' 1 1 . 1 , - 4 2 l 5 ii h 1 ' ' Q SOP OITIOYS C 855 H1StOfy Li . VVHO MAKES THE VVORLD GO AROUND? SOPHOMORES! 'l C In the year 1925, we entered E. C. H. S., thirty one in number. Sorry to say 5 we were the least bit green, but nevertheless we were energetic. Due to changes of residence and withdrawals from school, we registered only twenty-eight of our old members this year. John Mathis and Armin Lischer joined our number. Our E capacity for achievement in scholarship and social activities has not decreased. John Mathis is our president: John McKinty, vice-presidentg Elon Steer, sec- v . if rctary. - Q A 2 Our class is represented in Athletics, Glee Clubs, English Club, Orchestra, and all social events. WVithout being too persuming, we do feel rather proud of this E beginning of our High School career and we are ambitious to improve our records. g . bs 5 3 1 i . Z N il Qs :El I In :I 7, 'IZSFQfsEQf.is2fQfS'4WQiQ'9l3:.Vf,YA'QlN2WQlfl.IYAVQQYAlY:V,f,fAl,f!gYQfQ.YQIQYQVQQZF Q, I THIRTY-TWO CN , x Vxiaxjxfvk I Q Xjj J Q I WX, V J ff 1' J I 711 if I L ' -1- , X Q, 1 3' 2 ix - XX Xl u ll f X Y Q4-M f grllruru, III HI I If ' Q x x fj wx L PM UQ ' - uv '-4, I 'IQ X I Qtlgv 7'3" Wkxlxqwxb xx Aid' 1 'lf Rx I l"l X K LY! -Z g V ,ff Q .5 ' fn f , .V , 1 - , , .- 1- x i-vw .p 'ny-' 4-- U-' 1- Al- - 1- -.1 - .- -is -k ---. - -. -lr -1, .1 0 lem, , ,4.-.o.Q.o:4'.-.omamiokx-.a T H E U L M U s Smdifnlote.614a41b.Q1f:gZg,, Q f - - -Q. 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F' ' Oi C -2 . . 9 U' . l -. 1 . 3 Hlstory of the Freshmen C ass Q : . G 1 2 F - O' C . --E J - . ' v , Q Do we remember beptember 6, 1926? Well, I should say we do. x . . . ' ' i Q It was the day we forty-seven freshmen slipped into the door of E. C. g 7" , v - Q H. b. and wondered where to go next. When the hrst day had ended 2 we had fully decided that High School was no place for us, but by the I . 5 5 end of the second week we could really find our way to the right class- 2 room at the right time. ive began to like our studies and by the close of I . , 4 the Hrst semester we found that we were losing some of the usual 5 W H - . ,, ' 5 H ' PI'C9lll6 Greenness 95 : 1 . . . . . 4 E Our class President is Eugene Bourqom, Vice-Pres1dcnt, Carlos 5 . - f Haines' Secretarv P.:1ullne Hitchcock. The class colors are rose and F . 3 .. 5 5 Ki' 0-rav' the class flower rose. Our class motto is 'iClimb thouffh the rocks '91 1 5 , s 9 ra QA H F ' be ru0'0'ed. ' PD X , I ' lm. Bock, 30. I X . p. 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A -f 'R V 1 .QkxgwlQ1Qf44'QQ'Q4A'oQ1 T H E U L M U s we'fnoQnVA64v: I ll .41 O11 Grade SCl'lOOl We xre xerv proud of tl1e work ot our Cxrxde bchool YY ll1lC our enrollment 18 more tlllS re 1r tl1a11 lt l11s been for sex er 11 xexrs prlor to tlus It IS set small be mg onlw 011C hundred 11111ets Clgllt rlllS number dnlded 11110110 the ewht grades does not burden anv teacher, and m1kes lt poss1hle tor mach Pllpll to recent Ill chudual attent1on, 1f neeess try Our tr 1el1ers are tramed espcc11llv tor tl1e vsork thew 1re dorng We 1re for tunate tl11s xear to l1 ne ln each room, teachers tl1 It hare h 1d urperlenu YI e une not f00llSll enough to tl11nk that LXPCTICHCC 1lw ns means success, howex er 1f all other tlungs 1re equal we are qulte sure that It 18 a gre It asset to 1 te xeher 'Ihe e11rr1eulum IS xerv s1m1lar to most of tl1e Gr 1de Schools of the state or we follow III 1 large measure tl1e State Course of btudx As IH all COIHll1llIlltlCS su haxe p1rt1cular problems tl1at ean be met better, bw local changes I11 these lll stances we 1nst1tute ehxnges we tlllflli necessary to ht the SltI1'1t10Il In add1t1on to tl1e regul1r academlc studles sucl1 lb readlng, 1I'ltllII1Ct1C, geographt, lustorw, ortl1o graphx, phw s1ologx etc, we offer sewlng mus1e md publlc speaklng as a part of tl1e revul xr program In tl1e first tl1ree grades muslc IS gn en but no pl1l3llC speaklng IS offered lllltll the I+ourth Grade Beglnmng wlth tl11S grxde we alta rnatc music and publle spcaklng lb a part of the regular program Sewlng lb gnen four dns ses en, and suen and elght Phs sleal tra1n1ng IS mcluded IH each te xehers dulx program IS a part of the 1nstruct1on 1n hVg1ene The Gr1de School IS fortun1te IH havmg 1 Board of I4duc1t1on tl1 It lb IH l11r monx Wltll the progressne mowements 1n educatlon Tllls Board consrsts of s1x members 1nd '1 presldent who are rcpresentatne busmess and p1'OftbSl0Illl men of tl1e commurutx Three of these men are also members of tl1e Communltx Hlqll School Bo Lfd Thls 1nterlock1ng of members IS werv deslr xble where the two sws tems are IS closelw related as IS tl1e case 1n Elmwood In tl1e management of the schools, the Board IS alwaxs conslderxte and thoughtful Ill 1ts 1ct1ons keepmg fore most 111 mlnd tl1e eftlclencv of tl1e school In the p1ges pr1or to tlllb vou have re1d so1r1etl11ng of our lllgll sehool and 1ts actnltles Vte reahze that there 18 much xet to be done ln b0tl1 schools, howes er we also tl11nk there IS mucl1 of wluch we should be Justlw proud As our Grade School tunctlons better, our lllgll scl1ool vs1ll also beeome better An org lI1lZ 1t1on tl11t runs through twelse we1rs of t1me as tl1e SCll00l does, beeomes more eflielent as e uh cvcle of the machxne 1mproxes 1ts 1IldlWldL11l part Tl11s 1mprovemcnt I tl11nk IS on foot now 1nd let e 1eh patron of tl1e school work Wltll the teachers that we m nw send forth bows and glrls tl1at w1ll be real men and wome11 Hour school IS one of tl1e blggest assets the commun1tv has, and no part of lt can be neglected Wltll out the wl1ole belng somewhat 1nJured Remember tl1at educ1t1on IS most exactlng IH ltS demands, most f1r reaclnng lll 1tS lnfluence most s1t1sfx1n1r 111 1ts returns The greatest seruce tl1 xt can be done for the ehlld IS to te lCll l11m to tlllllli for l11m self Judge for hlmsclf do for lumself make l11m self Ttlllllt Our pob tl1en IS to bulld for tl11s educ'1t1onal ldeal III tralnlng the Clllldl'6l'l lll our cxre IA: 1 wv,,,,,, .V I, Y, .,,,. .,,, .,, V., ,, 1, , , -2 , .......... 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X 1 IN - - g-.4 "C..-iamrmzozmrmzn1Qrs:mow'Q1sw:Q:sv.!tm19:amezmzofmfarw.QtQg91mgev:Lt'N5 fl x 4' Q f J - THIRTY-SEVEN .4 H A fr 0 I .ki K - Q XX 41 'AUG 'ONQGBOQQ T H E M U S b'AC'fnDlQQG'2OQ'2 ,11 , Q 'Vim AL JAAA -s:-r:-n:-q':-cZ-Q:-I:-'-:-::-:,:'-g-g.'if.il-t-Ai Gracle School Facult AI 'IAH VV JOHNSONT IORENA I FLEISHER Flfth Grade Fourth Grade EDITH JARMAN Thlrd Gride GRACE CARI SONI Elghth and one half Sew enth Grades v v Q b Y ER'VI X C MLKINIY Flrst Grade 'VIILDRED CHURCH S1Xth and one half Sex enth Grades MRS HARRIETI' WALTON Second Grade v v v 1 v A I 1 I I I 5 I vvArv v A vI-nv.-nz . v v v v ' I II - I 1,52 IQ' n I N 4 I ,I f' ' pe 1 ' 0 , A A , 11. J.. :I ar LI 'IL' LI , U L "XVI: I: I: Cf 'III' It .1 Af,-L , I Q If I :QI N no no - ,.o,..,, W- ,1,, mmm., U ,.N, ,rrre ,,.. ,,..,,. I I Q Lv' -v, I, A 'V -' "' I' "'f M I A w ' I , J L V , Wu . ,qrk A W I . , A H . ,, , V, W : WWW k w a ga, Y 'ff I :AAV A L 9 .. l 1 it 5 ,,r' I , I M I I A , V B. 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Thomzns l'l4-mlnei' H'-ln-lx XVQIQRS, lmis Alrliuwun, liprliil-ww Ilull. Mary llmlnln-n, llniwefy lluins-s, llnxx':x1'ml XX'4flw1'A First linxx'--Imnin-l Xlulwr, lim-ilv lliln-liwwl-Q, Iivllx' ,Xi'msx1'ung', .luslinv Zink, lll-li-ii 'l'r0lh lie-in-V11 Mathis, I"1':1m'1-S llolilus, l"i'um-4-s Hllllielnl. lleilvn llrillilh. llllhf-l llill. SIXTH GRADE AND ONE-HAI.l4' 01" SEVENTH GRADE Top Row. I,--fl In Iiight-,leans-tlv lVorle-y, flplu-lin Huxtahln-. NYilnm lfram-7. 'l'hm'u Holt, Kznlhryn Smith Signl-ll Kauffman. Hlwmul Phares. llnnu Gallaxglmr, li:n'pl1 llull, Sm-oml Rfxwf-Miss Nhurch, Mary liuullmlalmugh, IC:u'l Smith, Lonely Mills. Adeline lirvivv, NX'ilina 1ZnliI'vi', Hichzuwl Atlivrlrmri, YValter K1-nnvcly, Thomas Kuuffmzin, Artie- l4'r:umn-. Third R0w+lluwuI'ml Pierson, lfrunc-is Arnlstrwnng, John Shaffor, Elf-almn' Xvailiel. Tlarle-y tiurren, Hurry Hnkef. Muhlv llewivkson. Rim-lm:-cl XX'ilkinsfm. lluxvl Plumb. First Howfhyle Talmage. Rush 'Furimyi Bessie' Hull. 1Tiil','I8l'l'I Mill:-r. XYilli:un ,Xi-n1sLi'm1g, NYil:len Mc-Kownn 121-rulll Yi-rlvy, Huy Johnson. THIRTY-NINE PTFTH GRADE Thirtl How. Left tu liiglix-Owen Wuilmel. Betty St-hulthes. Merle Clark, Altlzih Iluuxnn, K4-ith Currier, Esther f'l91Ylll'l9l', .lurk Brown, Doruthy Truth. Second Row-Ruth Hetltlt-n, Roh:-rt XVilc0x, Helen Gallagher, Kay Mosher, Maxine Huber Herschel Emery, Gayle Owens. flurry Rutledge, Altah Johnson tTeacherl, First How-Edwztrtl Ilelforml. Katha-rine Zink. John McFall. I,a Vt-da Miles, Lt-ilu Hoyt, Mary Clinch, Arthur Hassilbzu-ht-r, Jztt-lc Miller, l'uul Shaffer. I FOURTH'GRADE Top Row, Left to Right-Miss Fleishor, Clyde Smith, Jack McCabe, Lawrence Hall, Milford Mosher, Dorothy Plumb, .lean Mertz, Billy Jarman, Gene Atherton. Second Row-Ethel Mt:K0wn, Keith llucas, Myrtle Kauffman, Marie Smith, John Ruudahaugh, Gerald Talley, Lawrence Hall, .luninr Cuwly. Bottom Row-Susie Robinson, Margaret I-Soice, Grace Rutledge, Mary Mae Orren, Ralph Hark- nese, Doris Harkness, Gwendolyn Stevens, .Tulia Uarroll. Helen Dwyer, FORTY TH IRD G RADR 5'--1-mul Huw F Miss .lzirm:ln. Sziruli llemllleii. lluruihy Vi---ws. Xluida Stevens. Klux Simiww r. lmuuld lihnsun. Alix-Q 4'1mlimlf.:w, Iiulhi'yn 'l'zilnmgv. liairl Morrison. lfirsl liuw--llurnlil lfurrl, l':1i1lim-1 l5uv'g'niii. ShirlPy XYirm, Ravmrmll Seltzer. liuwurml Volv- uu. S41-:ah lmuisl- Wilkixisun, Juni- Gibbs. liiigvm- Plemm.-r. William BlcQuismn, Mary lmuisl- De-lforll, SECOND GRADE First Iimvflslowurll 4lui'i'vri. .lurk Sl-fir. Uharles Mann. Norman Ford. I.ufyille Zink, Phyllif Orrell. Earl Nash. Hurulml Smith, Rolieri Slayion. Secnncl linwfhlziry Stunv. Virginia Gibbs, E'rriPstine- Rock. 3I?1Xii'l9 Rnhrer, Eluinv Mullen, Mildrn-nl I lll', M:i1'g:i1'e-il Rlvlfflmlclpii. Blilllrml llfvnnlingg Alive Kziuffinan. , FORTY-ONE v K. 'B or if , .,,.,.,, .,,,. .,,,.,, .5 - . e CGA T7241.om.o:za+1w:d.wgmole.: T H E U L M U s s1Q.em.o.Q.o.4.QLo.Q.':1lZg4LQ . xl Q' I X FIRST GRADE l 4 1 i I J si i 1 Q a Q Q E Q 'A :- 2 4 lb 6 , . rg .., 9 if . .- gf :. . O2 G b i i 'I'hirnl Row-Miss Alcliinty, Gladys Yin-kt-ry, Donald Metz. Dorothy Metz. Jack Crews. Bobby 5 . Collins, Ms-onzx Fmine, David Lapsley. - Q Second Iiowflloris Clinch. Helen Green, Ervin Petty, Helen Conley, Pearl DeForr1, Arthur Q Dixon. Billy llve Grover, Viola Bum. Q Q First Row-John Jarman, John Gallagher. Clifford Uoxvley, John Hn-dden, Max Smith, Hubert ' 1 Derrickson. Q 9 6 3 ' 3 3 Q Q . . pl S T Q he Pup1ls 1n the Grades 9 , . . 6 5 Vi e pupils in the grades, come not to school for pleasure, if G But are striving hard to do our best, l 1 . . . b' Q In spite of storm, or shine, or cloudy weather 3 To gain some knowledge, that will stand the test. W . . Q Success is not reached by a single thought But step bv step great thinfrs are done. Q .f 3 21 Q There's thinking back of everything thatis sought, So we must reach u hiffher until we have won. L. M. C., '27. 1 -f 5 12 if QA 1 f ' A Q l i 2 , I' 51 .fi if 'S Es R l I 7 - 7'Z'..-Sm'Qrmzormawq2Qsim:9'm'Qrev:Q:m!im:mm'.m'o'.:497mrQ1o.o:QgQ1mgQ:i?x"'f x 4' - FORTY-TWO 'B fr 0 l . . . . . . .1 I YW .1 -V . lv l- - -' ll' -- lp ll: -ll v lg l, fl. I, v -it .I -1 '1 O ra, , 1.-.o.e.e.aa-.o:eJa.41'Lo.as T H E U L M U S m.aLw.o.Q.o.m.o.Q.e ,gl Q r f vp S A 'i 'fl . 5, N L' G d ' ' . lSt O T8 uates ' . ' lk ' if - V 'i 7. CLASS OF 1843-James M. Greeley, Prof.-Laura Y. Ramsey. Q CLASS OF 1874-James M. Gree'ey, Prof.-Lettie Bartholomew, Joseph Williamson. , CLASS OF 1875-James Kelly, Prof.-Alice Biggs, Rosa Ryan, Florence VVhitney. Q CLASS OF l876vJames Kelly Prof.-No graduates. CLASS or 1877-James Kelly, Prof.-No graduates, 'K Q CLASS OF 1878-J. M. Crow, Prof.-Lois Brown, Ed Egan. i CLASS OF 1879-J. M. Crow, Prof.-George N. Brown, Asa M. Brown, Bathena Coon, Florence fx 7. Darby, Belle Kellogg, Huburt Marshall, Lillie Purcell, Flora McNay. CLASS OF 1880-J. M. Crow, Prof.-Mattie Barrett Hettie Coon, Minnie Purcellj f 9 Q CLASS OF 1881-J, M. Crow, Prof.-James Les, John Pheifer, Mabelle Ryan. . D: CLASS OF 1882-T. B. Bird, Prof,-E'van Slaughter, Ella Plant-gin, Ida Patterson, Q CLASS OF 1883-T. B. Bird, Prof.-Nettie Kightlinger, Lizzie Pulsipher, Lida Dinan, Atic Purcell, Maggie McGowan Nettie Wiley, E CLASS OF 1884-C, R. Vandervoort, Prof.-Orie Bartholomew. Kate Calllster, Laura Lobaugh, Luman Royce, Howard Spangler, Bertha Wheeler, Frank Whitney. V 3' Q CLASS OF 1885-C. R. Vandervoort, Prof.-Ed. Clingan, Frances Daniels, Fredericka Mathewson, Q1 Frank Widmeyer, Q CLASS OF 1886-W, J. Pringle, Prof.-Lura Helen Bartholomew, Harriet Jones, Harry Tompkins, 31 Ed C. Slayton. CLASS OF 1887iW. J. Pringle, Prof.-Anna Enright, Minnie Lawrence, Edward Siegel. ri ig CLASS OF 1888-W. J. Pringle, Prof.-Edson E. Dalton, Kate Hurff, Ernest Lobaugh, Fred Patterson, !f 1 sam Titld. F1 CLASS OF 1889-VV, J. Pring'e, Prof.--John Bitner, Ed U. Henry, Milo Ketchum, Edith Kightlinger S Q Howard Kirkpatrick, Philip Phares, Fred Pratz, Jabez Slayton. 41 CLASS OF 1890-W. J. Pringle, Prof.-Charles Burt, Sadie Clinch, Fred Darby, Bessie Ewalt, Orrie ,Q Snyder, Estelle Wasson. 5: 1 . . '- CLASS OF l891-W. J. Pringle, Prof.-Emma Anderson, Gertle Davis, Everet Kemp, Lillian Wheeler, 1 Frank Wing. p' I CLASS OF 1892-W. J. Pringle, Prof.-Harrison Dixon, Chares Farnum, Fred Hepstonstall, Edna Q Lawrence, Nellie A. Perrine, Fred Sl'ayton, Leilia Williamson. CLASS OF 1893-S. B. Allison, Prof,-Ora Currlings, Frank Higgins, Asa Kirkpatrick. Harry Macy, :Q -Emma Putman, Sanford Schriers, Anna Vandervort, Esther Wasson, Katie Weibel. :Q ' CLASS OF 1894-S, B. Allison, Prof.-Ethel Cullings, Charles Day, Bertha Denning. Reba Herriott, Q Charles McCorklc, Bert Riner, Anna Smith, Myrtle Slayton, Rose Wood, Mae Smith. i CLASS OF 1895-S. B. Allison, Prof.-Anna Anderson, Laura Bodine, George Davidson Cara Duth, :G Bessie Ennis, Edith Jones, Bertram Kemp, Daniel Ketchum, Harvey Lott, Edi.h Patterson. B Q Mary Rose, C. A. Vance, Minnie VVoods, Winifred Wheeler, Hortense Walker. CLASS OF 1896-L. E. Flanegin, Prof.-Fanny Bourgoin, Eva' Clingan, Graco Farnum, Martha Hoit, Iii K' Stella Kirkpatrick, Nellie Mannock, Mina Miller, Marie Regan, Emma Riner, Nellie S'ayton, P lr 1 Rena Webster, Lavarre Wycoff. . be , CLASS OF 1897-L. R. Flanegin, Prof.-Mable Denning, Rosa Douglas, Samuel Garrison, Gertrude . . Hardenberg, Ortha Heptonstall, Elmer Hubbel, Leo Johnson, Mary Kinnear, Sadie Lott, Jessie 'J of Q -K1 Mannock, Elie Mathis, Ethel Runyan, Hairy Wells, Ernest Wheatcroft. li CLASS OF 1898-L. R. Flanegin, Prof.-Frank Armstrong Charles Clinch, Harold Cullings, Nettie 3 G DeBacher, Frank Eslinger, Blanch Herriott, Henry Jarman, Patience Jarman, Roy Kightlinger, .S ? - Ethel McCann, Alice McCullough, Anne McDermott, Esther Nelson, Harry Rose, Bertha Waibel, 91 3 Myrtle Webster. D ': CLASS' OF 1899-L. R. Flanegin, Prof,-Leslie Anderson, Anne Armstrong, Ada C. Buell, Anna DeBacher, Pearl Greenough, Myrtle DeBacher, Lora Hart Elliott E, Head, Harlan Hubbell, Q Harlan Jones, Nellie E. McCabe, Nora E. McCarty, Tessie A. McDermott, David H. Morton, nj Q Margaret M. Nelson, Edna L.SaPattersoInf Nor? Neilson, Margaret O, Powell Nellie M. Regan, 3 1 Margaret E. Stewart, B anch wigert, arry rot . ' T 'C D. Z CLASS OF 1900-L, R. Flanegin, Prof.-Archie Miles, Harry Richardson. 5 CLASS OF 1901-L. R. Flanegin, Prof.-Edwin Brown, Marion Brown, Nellie Earing, Lloyd Graham Q Earl Henry, Allan Higgins, Amy Hotchkiss, Dean Jay. Leroy Kershaw, Florence McKerrow, v 2- - Albert Van Patten Neva Walton Clifton Vtfycoff. f J Q . . 2 Q CLASS OF 1902-J. M. Martin Prof.-Mary Bowers, Maurice Grumley, Mable DeBacher, Ross E. gf- Cullings, Fannie E'. Remmele, Everet S. Cathcart, Mina Morton, Bert Conrey, Nina E. Palmer, ,J Q Charles E. Smith, Elsie M, Philhower, Dale E. Snyder, ' N CLASS OF 1903-Charles Stuart, Prof.-Fred Martz, Earl Vance, Nellie VVells, Belle VVilbur, Ray- Bl 3 mond Troth, James Turner, Maude Smith, Harry Quigley, Edson Kinnear Margaretta Jay, af bi Rea Harkness, Marllla Cooper. 5 2 CLASS OF 1904-Charles Stuart, Prof.-Sylvia Zoll, Nellie VVheatcroft, Merle Snyder, Monica Smith xl, Mary Humphreys, John Grumley, Leta Cathcart, Lottie Bourgoin, Will Bolin, Evalina Brooks. lk CLASS OF 1905-Charles Stuart Prof.-Earl Horsley, Paul Westbay, Alice Orvis, Charles Grurn'ey, F Florence Gabriel, Anna Booth, Charles Bowers, Lelia Armstrong, Lottie Armstrong. 7 CLASS OF 1906-Charles Stuart, Prof.-Gertrude Bowers, Orral Convcr, Glennie Tyler, Gertrude Waibel, Mildred Bowers, Ina Learned. X Q I- 5 I 5' 'N l I. 1' l 7?f"b.. ... ., ,,. ,.......... .f""--it - f m ov.'.:o.a.o.urQ.m wasQQ:av..o.w.Q.mmmm owl.mfoio.otmtm.eis g n 5 ' 1 FORTYVTHREE HL 'n K, Q - 1 hw ' gf ' """'9l0?4a+gwww .A A' "l- . . .Avg ll ., X 1.0411 T H E ' U L M , CLASS OF 1 U S L R 907-11 I , 'l. YYQV -111 1 Dslymropd 1:1'1ar1eS S 5A...Q.6l,vQI, .hx 1.1 -4 e yo . fu- -A 1 4 C A n cl A A '15 LAS Ink 5' C N1 P . 1 .A :li rk. S OF 1 ' Iantha' ara Nels roiflr I 'A, - L . C Nlortoil 1-ances' e1q1-y P Yngarso 1 .lghn B - .11 ' , LAS 1 Wa WVM ' rgfl- Y1, F1 osw H' G S OF 1909 Mace QUEEN, Kath Franpes Oreflce MVBH1 Berth 1 H .' 1, ' 1 . e ' P J 2111 ' a 3 CLASS Garry Niecg. S, HQHFL11 Ednarlggrxyhit3Y1ME'd11a Le on, Pam giaglam Gilb ,fl :,- F 191 ' Y, Prof Y. ' Erie Z, 9-Tngd C V S, All 911 LA R Q Igfgiimongig, S1 He "'lWI111-garet S 1nk1 VVi1dsUi0rd Lott I a VVhea1Cj:fi1 6, 5. ' t ibb . Hr gh . ' rm 1 131 1 1 CLAS OH. ga elm ,Y1 P on Strom lle 11 . S OF ra C0 ' 51d rof--C ' more g- Mn- ' ann p . 19 nv Hey ' la ' nge ,N V 11111 Oak, Q CLAS Eleanolglsig' S Samuel3E"'Hg5en1Ei,1S111SS1e, Crlger' Hen In Potts' fgxglgln 5 -' - c - n 1 ' ', , r , 3 S QF 1919 lots- Hgxy' Prof-T er' Ella 3? B0OthL01a Fish Y Kessler es k f ' gms -,-T, S 1 DQB - Jen . keg, WA' Lou 1 Ma ' Allen ,N 51 F ' VV111- - H1 2101-1 Ule P . .1111 ella bel Lot , lor lam 1 '-nr er, F . hl11- er M B0 Sch . t1 -y 1 C enc C Y, P 1' 1 . an 0111 orl X R1 LASS e L rlge mf leda K Db, ,J oak 1 F1 1 Ma bp, r - 011- Y0nS B F1 Ne , --Rav orth Uhn S 1 Oyd G bel H. V 'Q LQ 191 ' er - "ell 'mo 1 IV tev ood- lg rx ., H 3-. nlc , R Hd . Iab en ln glrl E, CLAS Or, B Ots 13 11 Pr H065 B' Ce S91 ' ' f1r01d ' Pelt S OF errlic ' 'lwyn Of.-L Owpr 'Her S111 f John 1 J 5 19111 9 C'0lid Truth effly W ' S' Tho ' Alice ' Ssler C Bow 5 1' Ha. 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Hlgg- Nels an S1 fgrelh phfeys 101101 '1 O, ' Le 916-C , XAUU1 IV ms- E 'gn' M lckle 3 F' '.Mab S- Ge- 'G 1 ggggloael-dRIg:ggiL1g Cianditylixle Mciqvggn Kgggfrigidglhflsilugi Shgslsiliilchsy ei3!XYLi1iy,:gEVZhjrSS1er, CIAS rn Humldlng 'E' argery 05-Mar - 1 Leonarfl Holt 1 Grace ldkno ruth, ,Q -. 1 1 5 OF phre ' sther Struf le Th d La 1 Mari 1 Barre w, 191, Ys, Ma Kon C, A1 Few ng C, 9 Kel tt, C ,J L so l-C rge h, V mett - Ch. I 111m 'lyy D . ham ,. Q CLA Nilglj 611111111 Mhfgdfhondit itSchenckffdgeouoitvMgl11e,'fr1filiagi?01ey M an Da,11gQj11e ,agile 5 SS O , mer M. ' 1 G96 Of,-M Ha. D gar M A11' ary M ' ogalll P, if IS F 1918- A UPS H rge M fix W ay, Ma CDOH 9111 W1 . CFQ111 'f L- a C ' en CK1 9'Ss , Ude . alll, nlfr ' N . S Eidiig 1DE1:J?:tLCHSg1f1de5: Yin-gully, lgfiiloguggglcfgglgerine 5:1131 H0f5J3?3'SRi?r0ItiZlL3'?0?LtS1Vaiibe1 ' ' eS1ie F1 H h- A-L . Ton ' Ori ' Vens Edd' 1 Ea ink, 5 , Gm MKCD anegin Re. lxl' uclle K Ver. ' Mafjo - ' J0hn K. mi? 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G1 N, New e, Rut 5 g . 3,350 Steven fondit P 1 Edn arlgon es Cu adys L1 S SQhC h het Li LQ Band H1 Lou- S1 Ma ' Fof- , 9' Ma D' Timm Sack 1 Uldze, HCR, Ch OU1 ,A 7, CLA yy Lex' ls MHP rgaret .W1:1lchard C onald as DW' Mary Dy, Leola ay-163 , 1' S SS OF 1 Oy And S' Row 'Ckw- Schen ' Patri yer- Pe aViS, M Burl M min 920-C fews Glena Waqlre' Markck-1VIaud Ck Cusa an Dra afgar ' r - ' ' - - k E00 ef , Gutqcr' lwar C' C0nd' adys Proson' Hoy- BI-enn B lwllley- C ' Gayl ' Opal '5 5 - 311 .Y C lf, P Cfor, ace ap, V 'Ed 1- Q W 92 5 Sita J0i1Blrde11gSf'gk, MarF0f.-Glad Francis Effmlckv gina Wvfjln lvlirand 9ekS1 Stgice Muilfon' R0y igknessy ADWYer yi1AVC1-lib Ink' Molmargaretoglfs' Wilgl Laurett S s ter, L 6311 El eell ' drip ' arl md. R Snyd are Ll Th fl Tun, ni C1-JASSV3'USiQk1e0U1s Su:ie13eg?irSl?g15OHel6gn'iiIg5rl?ZrtGgEen, aillh Bacherer- S' Ada ggffg 3311112 4' OF 1 ' ' uth West R Zey ' ildred na G11 ' H011 ' ' une 7 ' R 1 92170 Thatch eed' G ' Owe - His ' umley, Ram C 1 '5 gf Mgr? French C- Cond. er' Deajnevievg Igflndzeglns' Rachgeorge Eater. Mar. ij mcg' 1922-C - Chester ziggy Ruigllabel W0 I una Troizbflistine lgtarty'eQr3lld Jarr:Zel 7' U, R . C A eg E Vva T ey Tidg ' 01115 ' erna En, Q pi MMD Uma Shg Condit ' dna C1 Ssony A' Ra1ph 91 Fern Shivel Mues - E: IEUSSQRHPECIQ Mg-Iggy' Rolafgoi-Her ark' lbert Wvoikvgslgown R e Th1'9xvy'HTla!'1-Y, 2 f 10,-en" emm Bret K, Hit man F , M' uth W ' rvey 1 P- R .Ce Th 9101 D . Uval 1 Chcock Shalt A afgar Dole Q CLA eddmg, G reW1 Laamel Tmflck' Lor' F'0re,12n' Everet ei Sperry! Fred S bg 5' SSEOF 1923 race Wiclgvvfygnce 1351 Eaye go oakese gllhares tARedding 1. Dean gillots, P ? " ' - 1 1 F yr ' ' rl E . nd' 1 5 Manual C' .C0na11re' MSS' Le0'nKgthfyarfyCW?itEE5 Dfagggley Sfrap lt' 5 Sornglglils Sihgnlggllard ba5r0g4fLQah after, Cgggifery Bggwin' Svlglttlgr Caqafqfth Tar 1' ' R 1 ' 1 H a- ' 'Q , ' ' . .1 ! CLAS futon. Doremp, Ce ?'1Ph MMZQTY De Maher endrix ld ,Mul1e:lnS1 Elor Harry ,1 7 S 0 15 C ,- C11 elvll m1C ' F10 Erm 1 E . 3 Bu 4 F 1 Olyl C00 le k H Yd a all ft 1 Q Shive1?,24"C C O 111 Lesterni, Lucile Qgfothea aglry Stlgaown Ea 1 MCKlntySC3Vf?nCk' ?'- - A ' ' Jo - Url int Ou Sr ' Tin ' a1t' S A. Jeanett gnes I Hdlf P ' Kath 1 Pa ng, Wg E1Va e We er , L r. lon S cool. ielly rof.LN, Fyn Cu U1 M116 llliam Wolfo eks J Q CLASS 'Zelda Peldge Jeg Myrtle A Ina 111 Sack W.S1 EV Ja fd, 111 Chu 11 , .1 F 1 . - ' F . U 11 1 1 eret flue V - al- full - Q Lgri 1925-J rm' Le0UiifdF1ff.nCh,1lf1kl'?gg1sW'0I0f'a Ra l lard DQFBEFIQY? Plfargafiret Sellrrlif' E Izfjowgrglagklfleig' gfancis P lndishywiie Mace? 1?-clingrgg? Eltta V i1De11a B335 Clincfkigandw 3 9- pa I er . , me 1 ruff erva 1 uth , LO 0 13 n, 1 ah - .4 N, VViCLx:ECha1gC?g6nL0ri:11gHJa1't1 1qag1e0rle DQF Ca'r1S0n, Lgslingeieng Flgiiqelsdith W0 I er 'if som 6. B 1 Mild arma ryn M Ord L Mur' aulin T' Ge Y ey R , 1 CLAS ery, 1 -eulah fed U- D0 aher ' 'lure Phy, e Jar Orge 111' uth ': S O 4015 H Mccl VV11 Toth 1 Le Hee 11 man leish .3 1 F 11, ent ure ey, N Y N91 On W1 . Iora ' C1195 er 1: ford -25-J y. 1 Kath eva H. son V hltne n, C0 ter P 1 Y. ' Ki - H Yyn lg ' l ern V' G1 rneli af- P Q Harm rkbrid - Franc, Cond Sins' D a Met adys D a Da bl DW ey' D0 e' Clar IS' Prof? ay' L0 aniel Y-Z' Geo 9F01-d y' Ruth . 'ag yer, Adeflugylizi, B?11xL1f9rbg,tAdS Hoyt H ren Shelt1ll,2Qngh1 rg1i?,egVI?olleAgfiClft S1g1fvl201s1 ey, LUX H. Th ' elalor ' ana ' - Orma 9 c Bl lm 01. 'en T 1 VQ11 Omas , 9St H. Y F161 Hub Ohrer f Inch . 5 A Reddin Lee W ltghco lsher er, G 1 Fra 1 .. g, ' Ck, ' D - eo YIC - 5 I 'I Mary Na:1rSg1SQh0riRL1th fglilT1nDObbS 0 rge Monif 3 , ' 1' ' .' F Q' Wayne ene Blass' Bertxven Hubb - 3 ' , . 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'Z 03 Hou to 1 iss ahh ll 1nl11 o1r 111111111 ua umm toon 'X 11 19 lltlllli ist lion 1111 c 11 us 1 1 111u1111e uth 111111111 and Cort Xl111e1 Sewmg Club 'Ihe SL-Wino' Club was orqrinized the first semester under the direction of Miss B-ibbitt. Tl1e club is composed of those Girls who are interested in lefxrnino' more about sewing. 'Ihe members of the Club had -1 meetino' to elect ofhcers and to choose -1 motto. 'Ihe following officers were elected: President Audrey Coong Yiee- Presidcnt. I'r'1ntes Lindzevg Qecretarv-Tre-isurcr, Iuanitfi Bohrer. Our motto is A btittli in I'ime Saves lNine. On December 22 we created -1 Christmas spirit before our ten drxv V'1C'l' tion, by giving :1 program consisting of a one-:ict play Christmas stories, carols and a piano solo. After the program, gifts were exchanged. Every Monday, We assemble in the :111ditorium. We have made various articles durifw the year, and each time we resolve to do better work. The Club, in its first year, has been sue-cm-ssf11l and has laid a foundation for a strong organization in the years to come. Due Credit must be given Bliss Babbitt for her untiring efforts in our bvllalf. llay we always have such :1 capable advisor. J, B,, '29, X -5 ,: J: 1 .fa it fr 0 I, .Q H , I, I, .I. 1,,,.,. U, ,U .i, .A ,W-.,, .ll .,,, .U ,.,, .,, .5 ' ,Z . W Q f,xxA , ,.411.o.Q.Q.m.off:3a.4w.0.Q.1 T H E U L M U s bil5gQ.fm26.Q.o.4Qi0.Q.fz!g'gk4L Q1 N I N. gat X . I . +' 1 2. 1 ,Q 3 If N gs Q il :O -G F' ' Q 5:4 ie A Z4 - - 3 9 L Q :G 1 Q . 1 E nf' E Q L . L . ! jolt- V'I' .1 xl-4'. Imft 1i'ghl7I1I':. B' i . .I uz ' 1 I1 1 er, " 1 1 S gg. A 'aj ' , 112 '- ' Fi +8111 Mans-11132 L gh. Fran A , L11 11m-v, Iris her r - S. s ' 2 P Q E 2 2 3 9 G - 0 Q 1 G 0 1 , , , P sq . F, nf , Q r Q 1 f , . 3 g , 2, . , F , L K ' 9 4 , " , 3 C ' y G 1 . 1 e . . . 9 Q 1. 1 , , T ,, 5 w C 1 1 1 D 2 I 4 a 5 9 Z 1 2 '1 Q B F " 5 4 9 ' e ' - v - v P : ' k -UV sm'mzozmrwrqzQ'stmtwa'ormiorsvgeimire1Q'.m'o'.:4zo7mtote1.o:ogQ:wgev:i?M'tg X lf ' J FORTY-EIGHT 'B lyme, , ,1..o.9.0343-.o:434.45v1o.m T H E U L M U S Sifsidmlole.ofmio.Q1':gl4L Q f V - - ' X- Q Y 5 57' s . W! 4 Y l V I -if 25s f, gi ,1 . - Q W e - v 3 9 LC . 4 za Q 3 ' 4 :W Q 3 5 Qi 5 S4 ii .1 A 9 9 v Q N : . 1 .a 5 S f fl Si 54 3 v,A if' l Q l bi .. . . , Q N 2- 6. A - B211-k Ilowl lmfl lo Iiighif -liuyinonnl Ilir-ks, Miss Darling. flnstruetorl. lie-r'ni1'v Pierson. lm Z E . Flllllll. Aluru- l'IUlsl1er, Iiuthlm 1 n Mzxllouk. Louise Mc-Iiinty, Yilginiu Miller and Junior Mullumler. 3 lfronl llowfflsuln-1 lloyl, lilizulwill Steer. Helen Moran. Lucille Murphy. Genevru Zink. Nlllrin- F4 l':liSll'2lll1l :xml lil-ruin-Q 1'1n'lyl-ll. I' : S E iQ 'Q if ! , - I '- S Th F S e renc u 1 .O P 4 1 l Q rl F' ' UI ' V - ,,: 'llw l'I'1'lli'll Club was organized :xt the beginning of the year at the suggestion Q of Miss Ruth Darling. The membership was limited to the Ifreneh Classes. The following ofl'im-ers were elected: President, Louise MeKintyg Vice-President, Geuevrn Zinkg Secfy. l,uf-ille Murphy: Trezxslirer, Inez Smith. 9 ' v . V , . . . . . . 'Q Q lhe l'reneh Club is :1 com Jaratlvelv new or zuuzntzon. but the C0-0l0I'Z1tl0Il ot 'j .4 , L l 1 t'IlCll member has alrt-:xrly made it il success. A meeting is he-ld each month :lt the home of :1 inenibvr. A committee, appointed before each meeting. plans il program which is interesting both from an entertaining and :ln intelleetilul standpoint. Some 'Q one is also :1 1 minted to Jlll0llllCC the meeting: bv Jlaein r :1 Joster on the bulletin board. Q Q . . l 5- l . A v - . . . . , , D' The purpose- of tlus 0I'g1ilIllZ2itlUll is to learn more about 1'r:1m-e. l'reneh people, 3 their eustoms, education. art. :uid lite-rat111'e. Some of the members are corresponding with l'r1-ueli girls :uid hovs. and in this wav thev :ire wetting: first-lmnd lill0Wll'1lU't' 'Q . . . , v ' . - - f' ,- 2' - -. about hte lu l'l':lIli'i'. W e feel that much good has resulted from this Club :ind hope that it will be continued through the siieeeedilig Years. '4 is ct '-fs. l 0. l I . Z I- I fa 'Q N I 'lu iw ' 7 W' ' v h. - , r v - . - , , V , . . .. . . . . , . . , . , v 0 f ' - ...E - Z D?,Q,QQ,..Q.Q 5191134 QlfiwflQQlS2?Q.BYQ.k9Q.QIlfivfM.QNLYQ,Q,.fQlQlQQ.QF f. , .1 J FORTY NINE 0 'A fm 0 - V1 K . . , F V.: .i 1 -.VY H- wi -1 1' .U vw- iv -li . ,. ., .,,. ... .W W., ,.,, .,,, .HA , w It .x a.o.Q.o.4.x.oJQJa.4.w.m.1 T H E U L M U S SYHQllHfQ,Q,Qj4Q1Q,Q,gQlLC! Q In X ' 'A i N v 1 W ,um 6 it . :W-M E T' is l , IEI E:,, ::, MR ,M ...,....,. ,N -',:-- V - S -is Q " bf -Q1 4 .Q ' 3 9 Q 4 .Q 2 Q ? 2 Ps :"' O ,Q U Pe -' i Q, sf 5 S . F Top Row'-Phillip NVesL. Jam: s Vooi hi es. John Mc-Kinty. James Foster. Eldon Wiley, Dennis S Dwyer, Ralph lllontgomf-ry. ,Q Second Rowflaeo Hill, Charles Livingston. Alfred Miles. Donald Gold. Cecil Trowlmrirlge, Robert .2 Q,. England, Charles lllanoek. Sanford Coon, Mr. Stinson. ,Q First Rowafiail Emerick, John Ryan. Jesse Tioice, Norman Clark. Harold Redding. Harry Threw. 5 Q 1-tolen Searle and Carlos Haines. J 6' 3 'Q 5 Agriculture Club VVith the beginning of a new school year in 1926, twenty-seven members were Q enrolled in the three divisions of agriculture, and a lively interest was taken in the work and the carrying-on of the various projects. O . W . . . . . Q On April 22, the members of the Judging teams went to Pekin to Judge live- stock and grain. The following members placed: Q Sheep, Stanton Moore, fourth, individual. 2 Sheep, Stanton Moore and lVilliam Proctor, fifth as team. Poultry. John Ryan, third, individual. Q Poultry, John Ryan and Gail Emerick, second as team. Q A judging contest was held at Galesburg, January 8, by the Dairymanls Asso- S ciation. There were twelve teams in the contest and the Elmwood team placed third. 3 The following boys were members of the team, Louis lVindish, Leo VVindish, and l g Lloyd Graham. L: Q On March 18, the Animal Husbandry, and the Dairy Husbandry classes, went to Peoria to go through the stock yards, Peoria Creamery, Farrow Chick Hatchery, ' f d Roszell's Ice Cream Plant -e F in , ' o- ? lfllmwood was well represented in the Pig Club work in the County this year. Several members received cash prizes and ribbons for showing their hogs. The Agriculture classes competed in a basketball tournament. The Animal f . Husbandry class won first, Agronomy, second, and the Dairy Husbandry, third. A i vl G. E., ,28 AND C. H., '3o. 7.77-'ti'-'v vv-v v'r vwvy vv,v ..... 1,--: - ' ,y.Q.m.o,m.u.Q.m atm.:QQ.eu9.M.Qmso.Q.m.97,m1wo:Q.o:ogm:mgfwL1?X"'g 4' C 1 ' ' J FlFTY n ,IZ , Yf1 f M Q5 ff if ' I! 'QA 4 ' Eg AV" ' f Q If W , 7 946' mf? - ,W Q4 p 224 If f 5 S ,i..-.7 iii-fi AE, rg! 'R Cris ""'?21-.Omit4'.'.Q.f5.'6A3'.0.Q.1 T H E U L M U s Sifsidmloa.of4aNLo.Q.':?.7h4L,Q . Y X, , J - .. vp Ki I N Y :9 . p pl J 1 K .ff 75, Q 59 Q 2 L C :' ' if of E 1 v 5 5:1-. O- L! Fr' i V Q, Q Q 4 Q., S1 l , .4 1 Sf I T . 5 5 , V G Back How, From Left to Right-Corinne Zinn, Ada Bohrer. Bernice Pierson, lnsz Smith, Eliza- is beth Steer, Susanne Smith and Gladys Heller, -'S S Second Howe--Miss Darling, CDiren-tori, Lucille Murphy. Marie Fleishvr, Gayle Vhares, Alice Redding, Ruth Jarman, Kathryn Bowers, Thelma Callis and Juanita Bohrer. DQ Third Row-Virginia Miller, Virginia Atherton. Helen Zink, Pauline Hitchcock, Genevra Zink, 6 Margery Mathis, Grace Halb and Mary Hnrbert. f '1 51 G .4 5 - Q. at 9 G' ' l I b 1I'lS ee Ll - Vg If 1 1 . . ' fSing to the tune of 'gHark the Herald Angels Singh Hark I hear girls' voices sing, Pg. Listen to the echoes ring, It's Girls' Glee Club practicing 3 Led by Miss Ruth Darling. Nothing seems to interfere, 4' Cause they're almost always here. -5 5 '1'hey've got work to do, and say! It won't wait another day. ,A At the first of the school year, tryouts were held for the Girls, Glee Club, and seven new members were taken into the club. These new members were initiated into the Club at Q a party which was given by the old members. S Miss Ruth Darling is our director and Miss Beulah Darling, our accompanist. CThe girls think themselves lucky to have such capable and patient "Darlings', to direct themj. Q The officers of the club are as follows: President, Marie Fleisherg Business Manager, Thelma Callis. One night each week was devoted to practice. During the first semester the girls sang at a Parent-Teacher Meeting and the Fall Festival. On Christmas Eve their voices could he heard on various street corners, where they sang lovely Christmas Carols. At the beginning of the second semester, plans were made for a concert which is to be Q given February 15. Miss Darling is spending much of her time and patience in directing the girls, and they are doing their best to make this concert a success. 'Y After the concert, efforts will be directed toward preparation for the County and Sec- 4 tional meets, in which we expect to gain our portion of the honors. the girls of l+l..C. tl u H. S. always have as good direction and training as it has been their pleasure to enlioy I , this year. V- A-1 ,29- X 1 l at S' ai P I . 7' " ' ' ' v 1, - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 - . . . 1 . . - 1 - ' 1 1 - - - ' ' ' ' "gi , ' sy.Q.!1v.9.s2.Q.s'4v.Qm9TI:h.9.!4!.GA9.s?.!.h99.Q.l.mQ9.9.55A.Q.QTQ.Q1m.Q3: 3 Ji FIFTY-TWO 'R .gig , JJi'-'19-..4'4'.QfQ.fA'AQQA T H E U L M U S Si'5:.i'hi..Q..iQQi..Q.'t. - l 1 ' g- 4 P xl 5 -5 X x N N i fs Y. L 3 ss y lf' 'G 9 'i S 'Q r' 5 5 3 - Q n: - 5 5 5, K L id F ' Z Q P4 A. ri L! i T 9 61 be s- - H Hack Row, I-'rom IA-ft to Right-fYVallace Enierick. Elon Steer, Ileo Hill, Carlos Haines, Leland W Q Simkins and Edwin Rock, 3 w Second Row-Virginia Miller fl'ianistl, XValter Clinch, Junior Mailander. Glenn Delford, Clyde 5' NS healer, Leonard Heller and Miss sliliield tllirecftorl. - If First Rowe-Raymond His-ks, Role-n Searle, Harold Redding. Paul Fussner. Leo VVindish, Lloyd Graham and Louis Windish. F4 E S 5- . l' ' 5 .ig ' ID ff Boys Glee Clu E r . D, uf The Boys' Glee Club was organized at the beginning of the school year, under the leadership of Miss Mary Gene Stilfield. Virginia Miller is our accompanist. Tryouts were held and the following new members were taken into tl1e club: Ray- l mond Hicks, Clyde VVheeler, Paul Fussner, VValter Clinch, and Edwin Bock. E A meeting was held during the first month and the following officers were elect- ' ed: President, Glenn DeFordg Vice-President, Clyde Yvheelerg and Secretary-Treas- urer, Louis Vifindish. ' y . . . 3 A hard time party was held at Brownie s Hall ln October. At this tlme, each Q 9 member invited a girl friend. Dancing and games made up the evenings enter- tainment, after which cider and doughnuts were served. 'Q The boys sang at the Armistice Program given in the Auditorium of E. C. H. Later they appeared in the programs sponsored by the Senior class. Miss Stilfield 1 is planning for the Boys, Glee Club to give a concert near the close of school year. L. G. YV. rx Fx l Q I l l S " . l l A 'x v ll, F v - i I- ll, A A ,!i?fQiQQi9iSYiQf S1711NYTQYLWQYAfQis2YfQlM!ff.:9iQiQily:A',ifAi,f!:YQQ,.fQIQikYiQP ix-fi' 4' 'W A " J FIFTY-THREE ,r l H A m., '1 5 :1 2 Q 4 E S fl 'R Back Ron Lmft to Right N1ar5 Herbeit Leo H111 Tumoi Nlaillnder Walter Clinch Thomas Cooley Lloyd Cflhdlll XIXXIYIG Arnhibald and Miss Ruth Darling fD1T6CtOTl I' t R 1 T E1 ab th St r fP1amst1 Xir 11113 Atherton Kenneth Bane Lor ron ou oulse urner IZ e ee g nellus Xanne W 0011109 XX oiley Roger Tarpy and Dlnlel Xllhex Qrchestra Nlusic hath charms to soothe the savage breast, says an old adage. To have done this to our frolicsome orchestra members is one step in the progress of 1926-97. Of the iifteen members of the organization, under the directorship of Miss Ruth Darling nine were members of the orchestra last year. Each member has been re- quired to practice at least three hours a week. The orchestr-1 has appeared in various programs given by the scl1ool and com- munity organizations. The Orchestra and Girls Glee Club gave a joint concert on February 15, at the Palace Theatre. This was exceptionally well-attended and was very wcll received. With the proceeds, a drum outfit was purchased and we are proud of it, for the purchase of it was one of the definite aims of the year. We hope to continue in the success of this organization in both new instruments and new members. Letls get in and push! . L. T., '30. fr Q ' !. ,, H ,l,. ,, , . L, 'T M. ,U 4 . V .U .mv , W ,M .H vw .H W? ,- Qtexxi- A--0190.m.04Q.l.4'.'.Q.Q.1 T H E U L M U S SIQg6gfm6.Q.o.m4o.Q.f:-6341 QI A Q 1 1 6 Q Q 51 is v 9 ! Q: u '4vw'v.1.'vv,, .' zA,A.: uh . , ,, 51 si Q G 3 G 1 1 Q Q nl 1 ' r 4 H Y c Q - 2 . Q 2 ' Q G . o , Q 'G 4 , l. I xx 7"'r.......,.....,..........,,,,, ,,., 'f- V 'syom.o.Q.o.u.QmwasQQ,w.Q.sv.Q,m:wmvo:4,9,m.o.en.m.mm' FIFTY-FOUR A ,- I! be yx i5.O2Q.O1KZ'LI?SJl.459lOl9352! T H E U L-M U sr Siwidhvnid:vz16:4as1Ugm::Z, D Dramatics Realizing the importance of being able to express what o11e wishes to convey, our school has endeavored to stress "better speechn this year. Two classes ill public speaking were started at the beginning of the school year and regular time is given to these as is given to any other academic subject. VVe have not coniined dramatics to "better speechn in the classroom, but have emphasized it in extra curricular work. Our high school has become a member of the Illinois Debating League, which is an organization of high schools for the pur- pose of training i11 the art of debate. In order to debate intelligently one must study both sides of a question, and in this way much information may be gained. Our debating team was assigned to meet Averyvilleis team twice this year. The question of the league is one of national significance which is as follows: Resolved, That a Federal Department of Education should be established with a Secretary in the President's Cabinet. The first debate was held on the night of March 10. Our aflirmative team met Averyvillc's negative team at Averyville, while Averyville's affirmative met our negative team here. The judges decided against us in both instances, but consider- ing the 'inewncssu of debating, our boys and girls did very good work. Owing to withdrawal of some schools in this section from the State Association, it is neces- sary that we meet Averyville again this year, but the date has not yet been decided. The English work in high school is especially directed to train in dramatics. The plays that are given throughout the year are not only entertaining, but have a particular value in training the individual in expression and poise. The English Club and the other clubs in the school are valuable assets in the develpoing of cor- rect speech and proper poise before an audience. The high school is not the only place that we are trying to maintain "better speech." As is listed on a previous page in this book, we give public speaking in the upper four grades of our Grade School alternating with music. This is our first year with this combination and we are not yet able to see all its merits. VVe believe, however, that dramatic training has been neglected some in our rush in try- ing to teach children to read rapidly and understandingly from the printed page. VVhile this is important, it seems advisable that enough training in oral speech should be given to pupils to assure confidence of action to those wl1o will be leaders. .vm 4, ff at ahif "?4."".-Isa'Q'm:o:a:o:m'Q:Qfs7m:9'vm7miQ:v.newmy:Q'm'o',:4:9:mfo1Q. :QgQravga'e'i3:'i I -If FIFTV-FIVE N, L 4 3 I. V 9 I Buk R011 left to Right Edvs n Bock Ine Smitl xithiy NK anl 111 iigeiy M this t 1 1 1 field QInst1ueto1J aul Vus ne a y II s l I lnond Hicks Debatmg Teams 'Ihe first debating teams in the history of Iilmwood Community High School were organived in the fall by Miss Stilfield. The followinfr teams were chosen -ifter several tryouts: NEGATIVE TEAM First Speaker ,...................,.......i,,,.....,,.,....,....,..........,.. Raymond Hicks Second Speaker ..,......,......,,,,..,,.......,........,,....,,,,,...,....... M-xry Herbert Third Speaker ..,..............,.......,,....................,........,..... Bernice Pierson Alternate ..w....,.,......,,.....................,,...Y,,....,.......Y.....i...,.,., Paul I'ussner AIIFIRMATIVF TEANI First Speaker .,...t,,.,...,.,..............,.............,.,,.......7...... K-xthryn Bowers Second Speaker .,.,...,,,.......,......,..,.,.,...,...........,..,,,,.,.....,.... I' dwin Bock Third Speaker ...,,.......,.....................,.......,..........,.....,..,,....,. Inez Smith Alternate ,..,........,.,.........,.......,..................,............,.,. Margery Mathis Elmwood,s debating teams are entered in the Illinois State High School De- batinfr League, which is composed of some eighty of the leading high schools of the State. The subject chosen for debate by this league is "Resolved that United States Department of Education should be established with :1 Secretary in the Presidents cabinetf, Elmwood meets its first opponents on March 10, when the Affirmative team will debate Averyville there, and the Negative team, Averyville here. Elmwood has high hopes of winning the District Debating meet this year. R. A. H., ,272 I h I is A 'Z IGN, , ,41-.o.mom.o1Q.u.4'.1.m.1 T H E U L M U s Sif5gomiQ.Q.of4wLo.Q.f:1Il4Lis xl 1 I Q :gil , , 1 4 4, ' N 1 ' E K i ? ' ll Q 5 1 . . Q s -1 ' ' ' ' Q iq 'i 3 KJ ll 'Q Q 5 1 K Si 1 ' ', 1 ' - 'i , Z 1' ' 1, I'1 "n Bu 'ers 4 2 ' ' at 9 lfron R111'-M'ss St'1 ' . ' ' , P 4 as r, M r 4-rhert. Bernice Pier, on am iay- F 2 4 f 1 . 3 i ' . 1 Q I K1 I Q 1 , - - , - I i G , , , ' v Q 4 7 U L 9 G L - ' C 1 1 F' ' D Y 3 G Q 1 4 , 1 0 Q , . 2 W - w Q . 1 Q . 1 1 K 4 G 9 ' 2 I 2 r- v v I, - 7 - "2."'-Samtmrotmfuzq1Q's1m:9fm'QZm:Q:w.wrwzo3Q1m'Q',:4:9:mto:a.o:Qgs1mge':2E?'?",'g l 4' FIFTY-SIX 'Z fs - v'. ,,,,. ,, ., ,.,. I . .I-,I -..-ii .. --.i -I' 3 1 .3 ' - " ' -N '.f:9L.lK'1.QlQ.f.GAO.QA T H E U L IVI U S W Sld.Ql'A'DlQ.Q.Ql6'DlQ.Q.'2.,mga il Jl ' f ,, , -M l, l I 'g 5 I I if Q X ' Q 7 ' Q 2, C 4 - Q Q 5 L Q 'J if D1 Q! 9 9 3 nd . K ' ' T K Q 3 ! 6' Q Raek How. In-ft to Iiig:,'htfEIizabeth Su-er, Varlos Haines. Stanton Moore, I,loy1l Graham, Susanne B g . Sniith, Clyde YVIies-I4-r and Ia-land Simkins. - g S Front How-Vvlmla N-ragg, Corinne Zinn, Margaret Swartz, Virginia Allwrton. Inez Smith, Lois 5 Uhalleeombe and Miss Sxilfie-Id 1Direetorr. S id W Q cc 1 9 as d cc . as P a goers an Bargain Day On December IIA, an entertainment consisting of two one-aet plays and Several l musical numbers was given at the Palace Theatre. The names of the plays were :Q "PIaygoersl' and "Bargain Day." "Playgoers', is a strictly English play, taking place between the Master and Q Mistress of an English home and their servants. The ignorance of the servants is brought out and affords many good laughs. 3 exsr or e11.xu.xC'rr:Rs Mr. Dorrington ..,,,,..,......,....,,,,.....,....,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,..,,,,..............., . . .Lloyd Graham I: Mrs. Dorrington ,,,,,,r.,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,......,,....,.,.,,.....,,.,,, ...,,, I .ois C'lialIaeon1he The Parlor Maid ..,.,,..............,.,,.,,,...,, ,,,,v...,,,,......,,,,..,,,, .......v.......,..,..,,.., I I Hel Smith 3 The Useful Maid ...,.....,,,.,,,,,..............,,,,,....,,.................,v.,..,...,,,, Virginia Atherton g The Ilouse Maid ,,,.,,,.,...,,,,..,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,...,,,,....,,..,..,.,.... N 'ellla Seragg '? The Uook ..........,,,,,...,,,.........,...,.,....,...,,,....r,,...r..,..,,,,...,,,.........,,..... Margaret Swartz Q ,I The K itehen Maid ..i,..,,,,...i,,..,,,,,,..i,....,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,... .,...,...................,...... l 'orinne Zinn 1 The Old Man ,,,.,,........,.,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,......,,,,.,,,..,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,..,,,,,,,, Stanton Moore 1 3 . . 'Q "Bargain Dayu is another laugh provoking comedy about a man who thinks his wife would not attend a bargain sale, and his wife who has just returned from a bargain sale with hair dislievelled and dress torn. After much argument about the bargains. it is discovered that the baby was left at the sale. There is much E excitement caused by this episode until a messenger comes in with the baby. CAST UF CHiXIi.'XC'l'ERS xii Hamilton lYIeDovvell i,i,,,,,i,i,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,, C 'Iyde XVIlC0lCl' FA , Nellie Mellowell ,,,,,,i,,ii,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,iii,,,,,i,,,,,,,.,,, , , S usanne Smith Q Messenger ,,,,,,..,..,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,. ,, ,. ,,........,,, ...,,,,,.............,....,.,... I .1-land SIIllliIIlS Q f V. S., '27, . Q X p. I l lg l 4 g i I I- -I 1 "C4."'-Samzmrozntorywqzan'9tm:9'Q'Q7mfQ:sv.M5919:Qpm'o::4itmtQtez.Q,QgQ:evgQelI""'f J x .1 FIFTY-SEVEN lhird Ron Hugh Nixon Leo Hill Junior Nlsulander leo Vvindish Lucille Mulphy Mary John son N1 nic Tl lsher Raymond Hicks Leland Kimkins Llon Qteer and Harold Hicks Second Row Lloyd Claham Florence Kauffman Alice Raddlng Francis lindzey Susanne Smith WILF19 Ekstrand Gayle Phares Yirginia Atherton Ruth Jarman Helen Zink Kathryn Bowers t First Row-Miss B. Darling, Marjorie Coulter, Juanita Bohrer, Elizabeth Steer. Virginia Miller, I F ' Inez Smith, Bernice Pierson Ada Bohrer, Lois Challacombe Cenevra Zink and Louise McKinty. F I The Enghsh Club V The English Club was organized last year under the leadership of Miss Reba 'f I Riddle. Miss Beulah Darling is the adwiser of the Club this year. One of the first , things we did this year was to draw up a constitution. There are thirty members .1 5' in the English Club. To qualify for membership, a candidate must write a paper -: on 'Ihe Value of Good English. The merits of this paper are determined by the 'E English teacher. The purpose of the Club is to teach us more about English and as P other topics concerning English that are not discussed in class. Our aspirations - f are to speak better English, think more about English and encourage other people 3 5 to use better English. The Club meets every two weeks and we usually try to dis- 3. cuss one particular topic or a renowned man. Some xery interesting reports have Q been git en to the Club this year. We also had a meeting in which we discussed -2 music and the lives of certain composers. . The Club loses eight Seniors this year which leaves place for eight Freshmen to gain our ranks. Q OFFICERS OF THE CLUB President .......,......,..............,....................,...,,.................... TNEZ SMiTH , P zce-President .........,,,..............,..,......,,.......,.............. RAYMOND Hlcxs f 1 , Secretary ........................................,.,.......... ,..... ....... V 1 RGINIA BIILLER L f I. E. S., 28. . Q 'gl ls' 'B I A, , ,fi-mm.iv.-.m.'a.4-.-.om T H E U L M U s Nifs.cm:o.e.aImio.Q.':s3Q4Lig f 'n xl A Q, 591 x f , N l lk J' .M f . lb 91 N 4 3 E if Q P ' 3 S Q- 61 L5 1 ge T E 5 1 , , I 9 G Q ' l S 9 ' D ' 5 G Q Q 5 E Q , y 2 9 P' Q .. . . ,, 3 3 , 4 O 3 9 f , Q lg 7 Q f 1 W 4 ' 9 e 5 9 7 - 7" smrmzozezoxuzqm'97m:9'Q'91w:Q:v.mime:Q1mio',:4:9:mte1o.otmzmgew '43 x 1- ' ' FIFTY-EIGHT . ,WD ii jg W 'j L f7' 5117 l K I VVVV ' N Jx, N A Xig ,g X f i f!f -- -,'- ' -'-r a vsfww-' f AW . . 7 7 x ff! I l 7, li' . v Ng A T ix P ff! F1 f Second Ron Loach Hoy Mann Rolen Seftrle Iames Robinson Haiold Pedding Jesse Boite Leo Vtmdish Lloyd Crahanfi louis Viindish Stanton Moore Llyde Wheeler Raymond Hicks Eugene Bouxgoin Man iger Howard Qtinson First Ron 1 irlos Haines Robmrt England Paul Hit hcoek Clen DeFord Lynne lagotte Iohn Mathis Cecil Troxxbrid e Lelrnd 51!1'1klUS Ilon qteer and John Hart . Football at - Coach Mann issued the call for football practice the first day of school. Twenty- f eight answered the call for about three weeks. Then the number finally de- .i F-' creased to sixteen or seventeen. .q ' Starting the se-ison with two letter-men from last year Coach Mann developed Q a well-balanced team. The team turned in a fairly good record for the season- '4 5 three victories, one tie, 'md five defeats. Llmwood High should make a good show- .3 a ing in 1927, with seven letter-men to begin the season. Thirteen men receis ed let- -E ' ters this year. Those who received letters were: Captain Ifagotte, Df-:Ford Louis '-1 5. VVindish Niathis, Wlieeler, Leo Windish, Robinson, Graham, Hitchcock England ' : - French, Moore -and Captain-elect Boice. The following was the line-up for the year: f French or Hitchcock .,..........,l.,l.,,,.., Left End . Robinson .............A...........,,......,,.l.,., Left Guard Graham ..........,............,.,...,............ I eft Tftckle 'VIoore ..., ....,........ .....,,,.,............,,,.,..,....... C e nter Leo Vtindish .....r.....................,....,.. Right Guard Oc Q I ouis VVindish .............o. Right Tackle Boice or England ,..,r..,...,..........,,,,, 'Viathis .......,,,..,.,,........... YVheeIer or Hitchcock .,,.............,.. DeFord .........,..,,,,..,,,..,,,......,..,......,,, Fagotte Captainj .,,,,.....,.............,..,,, Fullback FOOTBALL SCHEIJULE Corpus Christi ...,... Here ......,,, T .ost ' Oct. 22 ,,,, Media .,,....,,,,..., Here. .Right hnd Quarterback Right Half .Left Half VVou 53 Oct. 7 ,,,,., Abingdon ,,..,............. Here .,,.,r.. Lost Oct. 30 ..., Chillicothe ...,..,,,,...... lhere ....... Lost Oct. 15 .... Washington .............. Here ......,, Tie Nov. 5...Farmington .......,...., There ..,.... Won Ni- Oct Avcryville ................, There ,,,,,,. Won Nov. 12...Bradford ...,....,......... There Lost l Nov. 244,..Blandinsvillc ,..,. ...,.. '1 'here ....,,, Lost -t L. C. F., '27. 3 L. E. VV., '27. l k l 1 gi 4 I. v Ag ' - "Zl'-Sam:m:o:e:9:m'Q:m'stmzpw'QIQWQIm!imxQ:m4.mibfezofmmo.o:QgQ:avgov25""' x If - ' A A B H f -.... - H taxi-Ji1.mgoLaa+1w:vs.'agaa+1o:aa T H E U L M U s Siwidmldio.ofmio.o.':gQ,Li f la S if v 1 .1 l N re Qs :1 34 4 L1 bf 2 21 ll P' L 1 ' Q l 31 EI c T fd i , ' g , : . , u . . . W i Q 1 3 G Q 9 . . 5 c ' - 3 1 C j Q Y 9 2 f - 9 G ' ' . 7 A J J 3 G A I I 5 2 2 E 1 'f ' Q 3 1 we r 3 4 A V 1 Q 9 Z C ' 4 4 9 0 f 1 9 O SIXTY 'R B rurgoin anl 'XI nn ng, sun r 1. R x 1 m1 s 1 1 1 111 F lgott o n Wllllll nnl Xlnion Har er Basketball The l'1st week in November Coach Mann issued the call for baske tbfill. About thirty-five turntd out for practice the first few weeks. later the squad was cut down to the ten who were carried on the trips. The first few weeks were spent in learning the fund-imentals of basktb-ill but after that we 0'ot down to real prac- tice. After gettinv' 'iw-my from a poor start by losing to Yates Citi, 'ind lqarmington the team began to sn-up out of it, and our winning streak beg-in. Ihe second semes- ter our team was strengthened by the help of Harper who time from Iarinington. During thc Holidays we met 'ind were defeated by the Alumni. composed of former I'lmwood st'1rs. fhe team was composed of Hubbell. Hitchcock. l'leisher. Miller. Van Sickle and Tidd. I'he week following we took revenge on Yates City by defeating them by '1 score 19-1. E. C. H. S. attended the County Basketball Tournament held at Bartonville, February 25-26. meeting Averyville the opening game and defeating them by a score 23-17. On Saturday afternoon Elmwood played the stronfr Princeville five in the semi-finals and was again victorious. Saturday night saw the gym packed to see Elmwood and Trivoli battle for high honors. E. C. H. S. ' ly a sec , l'1--10 ' a fast and hard fought game. Tl is is the first time in seven years that E. C. H. has copped first place honors. E. C. H. S. was also well represented in the "Little Fifteen C0Ilfl'I't'1lC6.H w iich was sponsored by the Galesburv' Evning Mail. with six victories and no defeats. At the District Tournament Elmwood met defeat when tl 'y played the fast Canton outfit. Canton later won the District Championship. Prospects look good for E. C. H. S. next year, as only two of thc regulars are lost by graduation this year. Much credit is due Mr. Mann. who worked so patiently la N 1 'VI P . f .7 K X .3 -1- I-.V .1 V.,-.lv--w-.1 fp--. -.' -1..-,v- --W -. Qxyx , ,1..0,2.614'.-.Q.Q.Q.aalba. T H E U L M U S S.'N6VhI6.Q.6J44il.Ql': -, gif Q ' - A , . if 'K f - L Z. j , Second Roxy'--V-l'1+a1-h Roy Mann, Philip W1-sl, Glen llE'F0l'1l. Glen Hall, l'ly1le VX'h1-eler. l'lllg0Il1' r ' ' 1 . z 1 '1-1' S ' son. Fi s ovflnnis VV' lirh, Pail Hit 'l e 'k, Vaptain 'k V 1-, .l h . 1 is 2 1 . L " ' 'D '. 1 , l 1 1 1 H 1 V q Y . Y V 1 1 1 1 7 1 Z5 1 A 1 g . . . . ' " . '. L., , 1 1 , 1 ' 1 I l ' xl 1 1 Q i1 l Y Z, V . . I I . 1 s 1 1 1 ' rs 2' 2' WOII ll lf? lll I 1 S l 2' ll v . Q x.,9...m,..vv-0-yy...'.vy,f..'...,,...V'.,A,...'...,A,...,...,A,. 1' ,Y ,,,. .,l yy K ...gm ..s-4,. M. ,.,-f. .x-A.. v....xu. ..s-f.. ..s.n,, .s-A,v.O,.v,!.1a4.Qvi.i-5 I , 1 SIXTY-ONE Wlth a green bunch to produce one of the best balanced teams ever to represent Elmwood Hlgll E C H S scored 409 polnts to then' opponents 335 w1nn1ng 18 games and loslng 8 Date Opponent Place Nov Dee Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec an Jan an Jan an an an an Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Mar EEEEEEEEEEEEEUIEEEEEEEE Colson Yates Clty Farmmgton W1ll1am field Br1mfield Wash1ngton Alumnl Yates Clty VVash1ngton Farmmgton KnoXv1lle T1lVOl1 Gllson Morton Vlorton Brlmfleld Tr1vol1 Knoxvllle Wllllamsfield Canton Onelda Onelda G1ls0n Yates C1tV F armlngton Elmwood Brlmfield Elmwood Elmwood Elmwood vV3Sh1Hgt0H Elmwood Knoxvllle Elmwood Morton Elmwood Elmwood Tr1V0l1 Elmwood VV1ll1amSfield Canton Elmwood Onelda PEORIA CO. TOURN VNIENT-BARTONVILLE . . H. ....................,.... Averyville ,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,.,,,,,,.,. . . H. ............,..,......... Princeville ,,,,,,,,,,,,-,-.,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,- we . . H. ......................... 3 Trivoli Finals ,,,,,4,,,,4,,,,,,,,,-, DISTRICT TOURNAMENT-FARMINGTON Ai . C. H. S ............,............ Canton ,,,,,,,,,..,...4,,,,.,,,.,,,,,.4,,,,,, Total points E. C. H. S., 4109. Opponents 335. ' -5 . E. Y . . 3. fn .. Y f '1""1: 'l'l'Y"l' 'H "H '41 "U "" "l IQ, , 11.asm:'1a1:w3.wg11+:o1a+:1 T H E U L M U s sie.aaf.f1.o.Q.a.5wio.Q.':g-Z' 9 il Q 1 ' . s .... ' ' , . 21 ........ E. C. . S .................... 10 ' .............................. 3 ' . 3 ........ E. C. . S .................... 3 1 ' ...................... 5 'W Q , 13 .,...... E. C. . S .................... 11 - ' .......,...,.......... 19 ' . 18 .,.,,... E. C. . S .................... 20 ' ' 5 .................... 11 . 21 ......,. E. C. . S .................... 21 ' .......................... 17 - . 23 .....c.. E. C. . S .................... 20 ' ...................... 9 Q . 30 ........ E. C. . S .................... 11 ' ......,..............,,....... 26 J . 3 ........ E. C. . S .................... 19 - ' ........................ 1 - . 3 ........ E. C. . S .................... 1 ' ..............,....... 14 ' JA . 11 ........ E. C. . S .................... 3 ' ...................... 10 3 . 15 ........ E. C. . S ..,.,.........,..... 12 ' .......................... 10 ' J . 18 ........ E. C. . S .................... 21 -' ' .............................. 13 Elmwood 5- J . 21 ......,, E. C. . S ....,,........,..... 11 ' .............................. 12 J . 22 ........ E. C. . S .................... 16 .............................. 14 ggi J . 27 ........ E. C. . S .................... 20 1 .............................. 16 b. 3 ........ E. C. . S .................... 20 ' .......................... 10 b. 5 ........ E. C. . S ..............,..... 17 ' ' .............................. 32 ' ' 1 b. 3 ........ E. C. . S .................... 10 ' .......................... 7 Ki b.11 ........ E. 0. .s ....,............... 14 '- ........,,,,..,,,,.. 9 ' - b. 22 ........ E. C. . S .................... 5 ...............,..,,...,.,,.,, 13 b. 23 ........ E. C. . S ........,,.......... 15 ' ,,,,..,,,,..,,,,..,.,,,.,,,e,, 8 . 5 ........ E. C. . S .................... 22 ' ......................,.,,,,,, 11 ' F4 .91 Q B Q 1 1 5 2 E C S 23 17 o 4 E C S 21 11 9 Q E C S 11 q 3 10 f , o Q 9 Q E 7 22 E Q r e 1 5 g L V, ,27 9 51 Z 3 4 9 C f' I ,, uuunmxmlmlllln lun ll -un xnunlnmmun I' .qnmummmmm um, mn 9 Q x 1.1 111 will 1 11.1.11 W 'mann IIw:I51111f,l1W 2 1 K", 4 . Z 3 Q1 ll 1' 'I-'Q 1 '61 q 0 Q W, 1 , ! 9 li 1 f V Al V Sl 1 1- ' - - - ..s 2 "Clamrmzormawoz32'stmpfm'QVQTQMQZQQQ:wpm'9m:9:mtQ1o.o:Qga:mg0's2?x5 fl X 4' " J SIXTY-TWO l. nne lzagotte Our Footloall Captain Baslcetlvall Captain, and Grade Basketball Coach, 1926 27 K 1 :., - 1 I S Q 'Q P-is Q U-is 3 D-is I F -is Q A--is L Gfis 5 . Q 'Q Q Ogis L T-ls Q T--is Q E-is I. ls I II T for for for for for for for for for for llc Prudence, he surely has a lot. Usefulness, always there on the spot the Daring our Captain "has got." Fight, he knows what that means. All-Star on our County Team. Grit and Baskets to gain. Over and Over again. Talent, here nothing he lacks. the Team which Pud always hacks. Energy of this Champion of ours. greatest of all our athletic stars. Y Q 'B Cys, 1:.o:w.o:aawx.wgaafiom T H E U L M U s siwgdmoQam1oQ':'5h1, 9 ca E vi v . it TO I9 . 2 Y G O Y G C ' - "C.f:.'sm'Qrmzoxzoxwre:Q'stmtowirwiirmeimv1Q:Q1Qm'o::4:91m o ef o cf e v Q ,iw l SIXTY-THREE ,YY ' V fy' 'If '. 4'W'u' .1 ' 1' 11' 01' H' 'U Oyk g ' ,A-40.Q.034'.-,o2d3AA'.v.0.m 'R 1 T H E U L M U S weUfm:0:vs1w14vs6:fs:+s!Z1, D i 7,' S ?"-gi ' f' file. Q " 'v rg. N 4.4:-A 'lf' Q3 f '1 '-.. gG i lii S 4 1 V it -Q 5:25 S? S. si sjfs as if-Ir r Sy , FY 1 ff w 35 if A Ki ..: ' C fd izz Qizf 3 , 19 ' '12 S fs S f X w is Q- :-rg hi' 4 X y X pi S X ' 393 mga. + we ' 9 migasgg r N 5 . were as as 2 Q jp 13 K , . 2,5 S Q 2 X. mb 'F ! iii 'A" , 12- . ', i gifzfsfiss 3 2 - lv ' :fi S ' 'Jai 1 1 f. la I 'I MARION HARPER-Center Harper, our star center, who hails from Far- mington joined the Squad tl1e second semester. By showing excellent work on both the ofense and defense he has proven himself Worthy of the position as Center on the "First Five." Harper was placed on the Second All-Star Team in the county. VVith him in the line-up next year, pros- pects will look bright for E. C. H. S. PAUL HITCHC OC K-Forward "Little but Mightyi, is Casey. His eye for shooting baskets and perfection in dribbling the ball into the opponents territory assures the team of a valuable player. Hitchcock was second high point man of the County Tournament, making the Second All-Star Team. Three more years of experience will make him a player that E. C. H. S. will be proud of. JOHN MATHISfGuard Mathis proved himself worthy of holding the position of running-guard by his determination and strength in working the ball down the floor. His great defensive Work and cool headedness have .convinced the fans that he is a "snappy playerv this year, and a "demon', for next year. ,If '-"5".8smrm:o:m:m:Q:Q'pimpin'mrvxirsmimirazQ4.mi9'm:9:mo:Q,oxogszevgeviiu g SIXTY-FOUR UI LNNI H Xll Forward Pete another waluable player his seen ic hon in many games prnmg, his tbllltw as a basketball player His fast floor work md drlb bling haxe caused mam opponents to feir hlm His lllllltt to fill any position on the te un has won him a place with Llmwood fins 'Vluch tm our sorrow, he wlll not be with us next weir I OL IS V INDISH hu lrd Funney at the position of baek guard has proxen one of the most lmpoltant Cogs of the team Because of his powerful defense and ae curate passing Tunnew is rated as one of the best One of the problems next year will be to find a man capable of filling his position He was Lhosen as the All Star back guard m the Peoria County Fournament. Tunney will be an exeel- lent player on any College team. GLENN DEFOR D-Forw 'Lrd Iele although not playing, regular broke into the majority of the games. His floor work and basket shooting have helped put the Home leam in the lead on many oeeasions. He show ed his ability in shooting baskets in several games. VVhen the team was badly in need of points to tab 'mother victory he was always there. 4 'Z . 1 .Q3,y A-.O,9.O.4'.'.6lQfO.6x'.O.QA T H E U L M U s s1f5.dm.0.Q.o1aisio.Q.':.,ggi ,I qi 6 I ' ' 4, it 5 'Q . L l 4 A if ' " " ' " ' ' ' tl A 2 '- . . ' , t,.r'.A':..tv's, ' 1 V . V I . - 4 2 5. f 9 i 5 N , 5 ' T V Av Al - 1 2 .. - - . . , . . P- Qa,::, Rs , f s f:- ':, 'si I K , K K t ....:, I S I . . 4. . I -,ggiwf F: :': . .K ., A . l -5 if '::'-' 2 V - - . .. ' 9 , 9' ,g A 0 9 Q M I- Y 9 O P 3 9 9 , O fl B .. , .. , 1, g' ' O ,. f , 5 U 5 9 5 D9 3 ? ul F Q lx i fe :I k ' ' f4."'.ii2'QTi'1'9IOTs2IQI 3491!IQ419T!:M9'Q'A'QTQVTQIMIIHVXQZQ1QIk?f9'M9f.Q5TQTsV .OIQLQTAVQ 17 ' J l 4' SIXTY-FIVE Q 3 O .4 l Q l Y 'Z f 0 '17, P ,u,,.,,, .,,. U, ,.,. ,,. .,, ' ' . ,. ., , ,. .,,, ., ,.,, .,,, - , w lgfaxil ,A-.O,9.O.4v.y.OlQ3Q.4.,w.O.Q.1 T H E U L M U S SflyjdfmjQ,Q,gjq,Qjg,Q3g3klLCQ J 'p xl Q ffl 1 5, tl I . N :ef 'fx 5- ,y .1 5 , 5 . 4 . Q 7 E 2 ? 54 3 24 PQ TG 1,5 L : D+' x 9 5 5 f 1 LT ' Q T p Ron Clifford lerby Harx ey Haines qupt Downing Coach Fa otte Harold Johnson NY ood 3 Q O .-A A - . f 4 y , - L' K K I , - - v g , 5. V V , 5 Q low YVorley. Bottom RowfJohn Pierson, Thomas Clemmer, Kenneth Davy, Cornelius Vance, Samuel Haines. X P 3 Z ig Grade Basketball 4 . ij REGULAR TEAM SUBS Q Davy+Center H. Haines Clemmer-Right Forward Yerby Vance-Left Forward lVorley S. Haines-Running Guard Johnson if Q Pierson-Standing Guard Gayman 'C G fi F C H s 2 d 5 , ra es ......,,...,.......,..,..,.. ,,...... 1 3 4. ,. . . 11 team .......... ....... . 'E Q Grades ..,,..... 5 Freshmen ...........,,..,...,...... ..... L1 Grades .......,., 9 Freshmen ,,.,.. ', Grades ......... 4 Freshmen .r,r.. 9 S Jan. 11 ................ Grades .......,,. 5 Farmington ,.... Q . Jan. 18 ................ Grades .......... 9 Freshmen ...... ' 5 E Feb. 4 ,.........,..... Grades ......,., 4 Farmington ,.,,,,,. Grades .................................r,........ 15 Freshmen .,..r........... Grades .....................,,.........,.....,.... 9 Agriculture Class ..... rg S ELMVVOOD COUNTY TOURNAMENT 3' Feb-. 25 ,,,.,,,,,,,,r,,, Grades ,.,............. .........,..........,..... 1 1 Avervville ....,.,.,.....,.............,... ...,............ 1 3 - : v' ' ! VVe played the Freshmen and E. C. H. S. second team for practice. W'e took Z our share of the beatings and gave them theirs. Q The first game with Farmington was played here and the second one there. VVe lost both games. Midget Vance and Clemmer starred at Elmwood, while at Farming- ton, Captain Davy made all the points. 1 The County Tournament was played at Bartonville. Owing to Averyville's Q g 2 stalling, they heat us by two points. Midget Vance starred for Elmwood, also Haines and Clemmer brought us closer to victory by sinking two baskets. S. Haines . made the all-star team and Pierson the second. f' All these games won the approval of the people and we hope to do better in I K future years. R. T., '31. X 1 l 1. N ll fs 'N 1 ,I ll , -c , 77"'H-.-.---..-. , . , Of-- 7 ,y,Q.m,o,a.9,m.,Q.m atm.QmQ.mQ.m.Q.em.e.Q.m.Qass'atQ.o.o:e.Q:m.aei?f'F 4' ' Q ' SIXTY-SIX 7 ,U . NJN, .N U, -T H, .U .W .H mv., ,H .H ,.,,. .,,, ' ,LY . .G-.xf5wA5.O.Q.f.6'1.QfQ.'Q.6x5.O.Q.1 TfH E L M 7Uf S Iifxflfrbil.Q.QAQlQ.Q.'kQgLQ xl Q Q 3 ,I if l s .ri 'Q 7 - wb 3 'G Q We -. 5. Q S , 9 3 f Q 91 T! 9 ! if lf' 'Q S S K S1 Q 3 P4 gi 2 S R Q Q g Sec-ond Rowfvelia Armstrong. Deioiis Hall, Izola Yates, Alice Redding, Hn-th Shively, Juanita 3' 'Q Bohrer, Audrey Coon, Pauline Hitehc-ovk, Margery Mathis and Miss Dariing H'oat-hr. First RowfX's-Ida lduhanks, Julia Patton. Ada Hohrvr. Thelma Failis, Marie Fleishvr, Lois Dx' fhallacombe, Luvillv Murphy and Fram-is f'lf'IY1IIlt'l'. 9 S 6 rf' pf . 5 -1 . 7 j Glrls Basketball Q .4 if 1 r- . . . . b Q Early in the season, Miss Ruth Darling, our efficient and peppy coach, named Tuesday and lvednesday as our praetice days. Twenty girls signed up for Girls' Basketball and thus a 'reed to attend everv iractice unless some food excuse was 'Q w 3 . l 5- f - mresented. There were six Freshmen, three So mhomores four Juniors and seven uf I , Q2 L1 Seniors. L1 3 Z VVC worked faithfully for many weeks, always looking forward to a game. This game was played January 27. Miss Darling chose the teams with llarie Q Fleisher and Lucille Mur hv as ca itains. Althou h the score was 28-12, in favor of ! - . P . 1 3 , Q Marieis six, it was a good, peppy game and very helpful to the girls. Q Although many of our fast players are leaving us this year, we hope to develop 7 v . . . . T Q a fine team next year. We also want to thank Miss Darling for taking so much 2 interest in our work. 7 5 'S I IVF UP 'I S , . ,- E Center ,,,,. H , ,,Marie Fleisher Center .,,.,,, .,,,,,,,, I .neille Murphy 9 - Forward ,,,,, ....... , ..., X da Bohrer Forward ., ,,,,,, Francis Clennner 1 C 1 . '- 7- 1'orward ....r.,, .,,l,ElUl'lS Hall Forward .....,, ,, ,lilizaheth Steer and " 1 , Q Q Cruard ....,, ..,,..,, , ..'l'hehna Callis vs. Julia Patton 5 N3 Guard .,,,,.,,,,.. Xliee Redding and Guard .,,,,..,,,. A... , ,Cecelia Armstrong 75" Juanita Bohrer Cunard ,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,. M 2 lr 'ery Mathis 'A 1 s. Y 5' - f Q Side Center, ,,,, ,,,.,.,.. I zola Sates Side Ce-nterh, ,,..,,,,,,,,,,,, Sarah Nlaushaugli ' I W M. R. M., ,30. X Q i I. 51 li ' ' - , - . l '- "2."'-Im'Qrm:o:Q:Q:m:Qrmsim19'm'Qrw.iQmmwn:Q:Q1m'9',:4zo::r,fatw.o:Q,a:ewssl'x5 fo X , SIXTY-SEVEN c 'H . 1 , f F " ' 'V' 4- ' ir v iv '.w"l1?'i-1 U-1' vw 'ii , - i- -i -iv 'i' 'ir' -ii 'i v-rr wi rn. v: ' E lG.xg :i'.o,Q.o.w.9.4144-.+.m.a T H E U L M U s SmemIo.Q.o1mLo.Q.':gl,?3g4LQQ ' I ' 'P . xl N I N 7 N V . . f 1 ll 1 P it ' LN ? 1 is 9 3 s A Q tl H . P 1 ii -f c 1 is L E4 .Q 1 . i fir iii Qi Li 65 Q4 ai ' ': aa. S rf Q . c L U 51 . T ri, A 2 .A1 5 ' Track 3 51. On account of the activities in track being late in the school year, makes it necessary i to report the previous year. VVhile the prospects this year look reasonably promising we report the 1926 track and field events. NORTHVVESTERN INDOOR MEET CHICAGO This being the first meet of the season, only three boys from Elmwood participated. Those taking part were Hubbell, Proctor and Miller. They were accompanied by Coach rg Stinson. Hubbell placed first in the Pole Vault at 11' GN. VVhile Miller won first in High Jump. In this event Miller set a new National Indoor record of 6' Z". Q FORREST CITY RELAYS Elmwood was well represented among the twenty schools taking part. Five trophies 5' were iven, four to winners of rela s and one to the winner of the meet. Elmwood won first 'f Q 84 y Q in the track meet, but points were counted for all the relays so we did not receive a trophy. The placings were as follows: Z Miller lst-High Jump QNew Recordj. Broad Jump and Hop step and Jump. Q Winn 2nd-Javelin, 3rd Hop step and Jump-3rd Pole Vault. Hitchcockkiird Javelin. 1 Q Hubbell-Ist Pole Vault Qtiej 111' 3"j New Record. I Proctor-1st Pole Vault Qtiej C11' 3"j New Record. H ILLINOIS NVESLEYAN MEET BLOOMINGTON Matched with some of the best athletes in the state, Elmwood won fourth place, re- ceiving a beautiful shield for her work. The meet was run in a beating wind and rain, Q2 "1 making record breaking impossible. FA ' Follownig were the results: t' 1 Miller-lst High Jump. Proctor-3rd Pole Vault. I f Hubbell-Ist Pole Vault Qtiej New Record Q11' 3"j. VVinn 2nd, Javelin. R ' x i 95 ' 'N' ,IL - ' ' v , , ' - "Z"-Iamrmzormrmmzmrstmrpfzaqtmiizv.Q:mme:Q1m'9'.:41o:mto1Q,QtQga1avgQei?""tg . 1 I, ... 4 G f SIXTY-EIGHT " . P f' . '. , , ,,,,, ,,. ,.,, .,.. .,,f .,,,,,r -., .-., -.l - 1 I l9f.sx r.o:Q.o14'.y.o:Q.'a,4w.o.a.1 T H E U L M U s bi'bAL'm6.Q.0.miO.'ivA.,315 xl I, P P BR XDI l Y MEFT PFORIA I' C H S vy rs agam well represented ln the meet at Bradley rankmg sc-cond among a field of one hundred and twenty schools Tllden Tech of Chicago, won the meet by a half p0lHt margin lllden I'ech 16 Ilmwoocl 15M In I lterarv the 1+ lmwood chorus won first, recelvlncr 1 handsome trophy for their work 'lhe Results were as follows Mlller lst Broad Jump Mlller lst Hlgll Jump 6 215110 Yew Record Proctor lst Pole Y ault 11 'YA 'Nlew Record Hubbell 3rd Pole Y ault t e MILIT XRX IR KCI' XND FIEI D MFEI' The Mllltary Tract and Field Meet was agaln sponsored by Ixnox College The day was good and yust rlght for record breaking Elmwood placed fifth among 15 schools Elm wood was hmdered ln placlngs 1n more events by bemg allowed to use only one man ln each ey ent RFSULTS Proctor lst Pole Y ault new record 11 4 Mlller lst Hlgh Iump Qnew record 6 1st Broad Iump DISTRICT MEET BLOOMINL TON' This year a new rullng went xnto eHect One must quahfy by wlnnmg lst or 2nd In an ey ent m the Dlstrlct Meet ln order to quahfv for the State Meet Thls bemg the day after the Mllltarv Meet the boys were tlred and onlv two were able to quallfy Those qualifying were Hubbell ln Pole Y ault and Mlller ln Hlgh Jump w1th a rump of 2 9 STATE MEET At thxs meet Flmwood was glftecl wlth a World s Champion when Thomas Muller proved hls ablllty as a lugh yumper by clearing the bar at 6 3 5X8 for a new State record also txemg the Worlds outdoor lngh yump record VVh1le Miller was tlelng the M orld s record Owen Hubbell won 2nd 1n the Pole Y ault SIAGG MEET CHICAGO Thomas Mlller was the only one to place ln this Meet He placed tlurd In the lugh Jump, there being twenty elght States represented 1n tlns Meet Those makmg the trap were Mlller, Hubbell, Proctor and Coach Stmson IOWA CITY MEET Thls vear the Flmwood Record Breakers fMlllCF Proctor and Hubbell , were mvlted to a track meet held for Hlgh Schools at Iowa Clty Thls Meet was held before the Blg Ten Conference Meet At tlns Meet two of our bovs broke two Iowa State records Ihey were ln the lngh rump and pole yault RESULTS M1ller 1st Hugh Jump fnew record Iowa State 1st Broad Jump 21 11 Proctor lst Pole Yault new recordj Iowa State Hubbell-3rd Pole Y ault PEORIA COLNTH MEET The Peoria Countv Meet was held at Elmwood tlus yenr I'he clav started out hue all went well untll about 4 30, when lt suddenly started to ram Hoodlng every thing I'he Meet vyas finlshed two weeks later at Peoria Hlbll The Meet was won by Chllllcothe, lflmwood 2nd, PP1HC6VlllC 3rd In tlus Meet polnts for llterary and declamatlon were counted wlth the track events Track and Field Results Mlller 50 yd Dash, 3rd 120 yd Hlgll Hurdles, 1st Broad Jump, 1st Hugh Iump s , new record Shotput 2nd Hltchcock 100 yd Dash 3rd Iole Yault 3rd Iayelm 9nd Dlscus drcl Proctor Pole Yault, Ist new record 11 SA Jayelm, .3rd Hubbell Iole Xault 2nd Hugh Iump 3rd Mlndxsh Mlle run 5th 880 yd Rel my Elmwood 2nd Hlgll Hlgll High Hlgll Grade Grade Grade Grade IIT14 RARY EY ENTS ulcu scuoor School Chorus 5th School N ocal Bernice Plc-rson 3rd School P1 mo N 1r,,1n1a Mxller 3rd School Decltmatory Ioulse Shawyer 1st CR me SLIIOOL School Chorus 2nd School Yocal Betty Xrmstroug, 3rd School llano Sarah Mauchb1ug.h 3rd School Declunatory Jack Mlller drcl ffl ,gf .' 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Who trles the most to look sweet? What boy has the most cheerful d1spos1t1on? What glrl has the most cheerful dlbP0S1tl0l'1P Who IS llwuys serlous? Who lb newer SCTIOUSP Who meets all the trams? Who recen es the most letters? VVhat glrl do the boss l1ke best? What bow do the glrls l1ke best? What box do the bovs l1ke best? What glrl do the glrls l1ke best? Who IS the woman hater? Wlho IS the man hater? ..ll..................,..........,.,......... Q Mane Flelsher Lynne Fagotte Lou1se WICK1HtY Louls Wlndlsh Harold Reddlng Lols Challacombe Ralph Graham Llovd Graham Jumor Nlallander Carlos Hames Beth Shn elx btanton Moore Bernlce Plerson Corlnne Zmn lohn Hart Darhng Slsters Juha Patton Margaret Swartv Paul Hltchcock John 'Nlathls Vlrglnla Nhller I eo VvIHdlSll .....Eli7abeth Stur ,Q -1. , , gg g?? , :El if , ll . ,lil--1. fv ' A Z ' ' ,,,. .,,,-,. 4. v-., -1 - ' - lG.xx 4I.QLmo?43+1w5.Wg434161641 T H E U L M U s S1045ifmioa.o.'4Qio.Q.':gl4L1 . f I, bll X X r 7 . xf F Ls -f n 10 . 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N sq Qi OE 3 ' 2 xx, 9 1 QE, Q QA Y if I Q v . 9 xzl , vi L W Ji! .7- IW' b,9...nvv..v...'.', .v, , A , , , ' ' Q I v I ' . b I :I X b xr. . x-4, M ,s-f,QM 9.3.9.0G4Q,x2V.Q.x9 Q,?:9!,Q!.s'g99,!4.Of,G5fQ1Q 9fQgQ1,gyQi,g' xv - .1 J W SEVENTY-SEVEN I ll 'B I -y . . . .. ,., -iI"11 'vv'U-.- -nr "'f 'I Y"I "" "l' -' Y ' H lQ,.,, i1.m.oLaa+:c:vx.'agaasLo:an T H E U L M U s was:f.w2o.Q.o3awio.4v:1'ZreLcg xl ,I Q if s I .1 ' N ., v Q 2 2 2 P 2 I 4' 3 za W Secovnd Rowflfrances Shively, Raymond Hicks, Leo VVindish, Lloyd Graham, Glen Hall and Clydliirglthifdixrl-Bliss Stiliielrl, Louise Mcliinty, Velda Scragg and Thelma. Callis. I' Q S was 3' Th S ' Cl Pl 9 T ' 101' HSS 8 L g 9 en 1.7 In the third week of February, Miss Stilfield had try-outs for the Senior Class Play. There were five boys and three girls chosen for the cast of "His Uucle's Niecef' This is a comedy about a young man who, in order to gain a million, had 'Q to dis uise himself as his Uncle's niece. It was iven the first week in April. It . 1 g , g Q proved a great success, due to Miss Stilfleld's ability and the characters' display of talent. The proceeds went to the Year Book Fund. S - Q i CAST OI' CHARACTERS 34 P - Q Richard Tate-A rising young lawyer .,i............................. Clyde Wvlleeler Francis Felton-Cause of all the trouble .ss.................i..... Francis Shiveley Dora Hale-Very much attached to the "Cause,' .......i.... Louise McKinty 3 Alice Malcolm-A close chum of Dora's .......,,...............,..... Thelma CalliS I4 ' , 1 lNIrs, Sarah Ann hlullen-A Woman of few words .,w. ....... V elda Scraggs Simon F. Felton-Frank's Uncle who never makes a mistake Lloyd Graham Philander FilmorefTerrible, but wise .............................. Rayrlwnd Hicks Timothy Hays7Gardner at Happy Valley Function .............. Glenn Hall Fi 1 Silas Sicklemoore-Constable at Happy Valley .....-....4....... L60 VViI1diSl1 y G. H., '27. Q n w ,' 'N I ,. 5, fi lx I F l, , - , . . -5 I 7- 77,,.4iYQfQ9f9ls2fQflWQIf4'QYLYQTQ'QK29iQfW.li5':9lQiQ19:9fQ',fAl,f!:YQIQ,.YllQK27QQfPgx XS f l I SEVENTY-EIGHT 'H fr Q 7. .,, ,,,.,,. I, , ,. P, ,.,. H, .,, . ,. ., . I. ,,, .W .,,, .X .,, .,,. ,., ' . N Owexx?"'wi-.o.xNgo.'4'.'.o1f5.u.a'.w.o.a.1 T H E U L M U s S1f5:dm2o.Q.oJ42yio.Q.f: 4LcQ f A -I7 . xl y lf A ,fl N . v l l .ri if ry IC f. 1 ri I Hello, Central, am dis you? Central, I wants to talk with Mistuh General lluhlic. You Q says just a minute? .Xll right! I'll wait. llcllo, am dis yuh Puhlic? Dis hcah pusson Q talkin' is Mirandy an' I wants to tell yer all wot de lfllmwood High School has did dis yeah. Z Dat is ahsotively and posilutely de mos' activatinges school I evah knowed. Activities am Q wot dey is de mos' activatinges in. 3 Vivell, fust yuh know, d'gy had ter do a little ahganizin! De Seniahs, Juniahs, Soplunoors and Freshmen elected a l'residuuip, xYii'6-I,l't'Slillllllll an' a Secumtary-Treasury. Des heah gf ofticiahs was den 'sponsihle foah de ofliciatin' in dere classes. E No honey! Dat am hardly a hegfinning. Dey nex foluned some o' dese heah Cluhs. .Xn wot I 4 mean dey sho did cluhivate! Dere WVEIS de Singfin' I - A Cluhs, one foah de hoys an' one foah de othahsg a , 34 ! . Girls' Athletic Cluh, where dey went to the gym and 7 played PaTkfiftl1all.t tl tellnyuh honey, th.ni di-.re 5 cenia is mac ce mes eam. ev was a wavs a rea m ' 'Y uv de otahsg an' den dey had an.l'lnglfsh Cliih wot met A , every two weeks. Inez Smith was de Presizlmu i of b, Q 0 dat dere cluh. Sho now honey! Yuh remeinhahl dat , dere little Smith girl. Dey sho did Cluhivate! ' Qf Shoot yes, chile! Ilow yer IQ would a laughed to a seen dem ,-Q S Q Dey .s-lm' did elubivate kids de night of de Girls' l Glee Cluh Party. Dey had de hest tune. Dey ate an' ate till dey could eat no moah. Den de new ' memhahs had to perform foah de old ones. Dey played games an' ' den listened to a man, wot went through de war, play his fife VVot PQ G music we nevah heard de likes of hefoah. Den de ol' memhahs oh de P: Club sang a few selections an' my how good dey did sound. Soon dey 1 5 . departed foah their respectful homes declarin' dev had nevah had a het- f " ter time De V' ' 1 - 'v ' - ' ' ' 'X ' V, . K am a real hunch oh liye wires. All de classes did honah to Hot Dog Barhecues an' Pup Roasts. G Dey went out in de woods an' dey did not know which ate de most, de I I mosqulters or de people. Den dey had try-outs foah de plays. Mos' gh dean were outs as dere were forty people foah nine parts. De X bi . unia s an' Senia is done went an' got heat in de ticket sellin r contest, .g so dey had to giye a party foah de othahs. It was de hes' paijty oh de g Tizlsoikdlt was in de .form of a tkids yahty. Iflyerypne dressed! up like 5 e 1 e evenin was spen in cancm ani ea in'. en rev fave v- ' - v . ' 5 5 out halloons which all de kids hlew up and squawked. VVhat a itiime bmym 'fum Q I dey did have! Deli what foah dis month am notorious came along :Z an' every one was thankful foah turkey an' a vacation. Specially Z ' ' : dey was all a progrressin' somewhat! Q De Foothall season endin' wid a hang' de hoys heggun to do a little practisun in Baskethall. Dey sho am a fast punch on faire feet.l I nevah seen dc likes. Dc rig ant ta ioys, cey stopped de hztll when it ' 5, Z come dere way and den all took shots at de hi 1' ' Q loop which dey called de hasket. iq Q Den noise hegran to he heard ovah head. On ,.- ,, A Q "1 inquircn around we found out dat Sant aflause ' . in 1 was goin' to colne. On the day spcciiicatcd, all ' 1 de pupils marched up to de auditorium foah de ' i Z f'lrri.vfn1as I'm'f,1l Christmas I,I'0,fl'I'ilIll. l'lach grade put on a stunt. Pup Ronxfs N I If hi 5' S1 777' ' s. . . . . ' f--.il - QYQYICBQ!fs'49,fQ.!4'9!?:ViQiQ QKQYQIMII592129Il1s':?f9',!4i,f,lYQlQ .QK9Q!is2VQQ9' sxx f Q1 1' "" - SEVENTY-NINE N- 'B f -I . , , ,.,. , ,, ,T H, .,, - -- -. -,V--.N -.V ...i--. v-.V -in at ' - ' W OG.y 14-goiogom.61d1l.4'.x0.Q.1 T H E U L M U S Sldloifmloa.ofawio.Q.': .,.ggg4-is il i 1 l ' An' honey! Yoh should have seen those little kids. Dey sho was a sight foah sore eyes. Dey 'A I ' sung songs and spoke pieces. Den Santa Clause came an' he gave all ob! dem a bag ob candy W ,f an' then honey! We went home' foah de hollerdays. Dat sho was de swellest Christmas pahty Ley evah I heard of. Q VVhen de hollerdays continued till next yeah, dere aw- ul ful expectations was realized with a blotter. Dey went '99 into de assemblage Hall and Wrote all dey knew and rubbed Q S j out all dey didn't know. Dey sho was a sorry lookin' bunch Er' t do end ob de week but dev took a fresh hold on knowl- . 5 if Zwla fl . i V . . w ,1 ed e and dey sho did stud foah a few minutes. 1 Ifot Dog Barbecue g Eats? Yeah Honey! yI'm comin, to dat. It was a box suppah. No! dey didn't eat de boxes. e girls fifixed up a pretty box an' put lots ob food in it an, then fi de boys bought iem. De Seniahs were lsponslble ' foah it. Dev made de mos' monef. You know de X W ' 'J 1 . 5 . - - E - .. Y , 4 Y QB c Q i. professah! VN ell dey say he bought three boxes. M JN' 5 1" Nah! dat was to help de Seniahs get money. . 1' L 1 I 1545: - 4 S Yoh know, honey, it ain't no fun at school un- " Z, 1 I " N35 lei? lfoutggves something to someocne Else, so toni: , E. J e a go e meas es ant gave 'em o a fe res oi ' Q ' 4 ,g de kids. Dey sho had a measley time of it. Y Q A F' All dis time de Argufying Club an' de French i 7 A Club was a goin, on just de same. De Argufying .L' ' Club was working on a subject, "A Department of Basketball Boys Q Education in the Presidentls Cabinet." An' when 1 I b. t dey had learned a deficient numbah of big words, de extinguished demse ves in a lg 'spu e with Averyville. How dey did chew de rag! De French Club was made up ob those dat 35 took French. Louise McKinty was de Presidum. Dey met once a month at one og Se 34 membahs homes. After de business was all disappeared, light refreshments were serve y QQ do hostess. De time foah dis heah basketball contest, called a tournament, came along any de E. C. Q H. S. was so incited dat dey could hardly comtrol themselves. Dey went down dere to Bartonville an' day sho' did win dat tournament, EfA-S4Y. Dey brought home one ob Z those big penants and dey hung it up in de Assemblage Hall. 5 To show his preciation to de football boys, who rubbed noses with Mother Earth to win dem games ' an' de basketball boys who won dat County Banner, Mr. Downing gave all ob dem a six o'clock dinner. De boys say dey sho, had a swell time. ' Perce tion a bi shindi was held in honah ob Q .V 1 P s gl gs - .- de Seniahs, de Juniahs doin' all de wohk. It fvas Q i f' some scrumptious affair. De suppah was server at , 5 one ob de churches an' den a big dance was held at :Q a hall. De entahtainment was superiah an' de in- Q freshments were disappearial. Final exams came roarin' in with a frown an' 3 all took part half-heartedly exceptin, some ob de Seniahs who knowed everything! De caps an' gowns were fust worn by de Seniahs an' de Baccylaureate Q ' surmon Considerin, de difference ter what dey was usen to, de boys handled dere skirts perty nifty. Den was de time foah de Quitation Exercises, which put de finishin' touches on de Seniahs as Q fah as which der associations with E. C.dH. Si pert! P " P 5' 1 d. All bl s ted wi a si o S WFP mn iitrlisfiewhicli saiys Kfiiii ids? E: Eiibw honorablypdis- Z charged from de seat of learning'. Q Sniff! Sniff! Shoot Yes! I smell my pie burnin' so I cain't talk any moah. Iill call you up again when Tm not so busy. Good bye! C- Z , 527- P - U? E s A I 0 X ' X i I' N ' ' la :N ' I N u f I. J li ' - "C2"'.-Say!m:om:Q:u:Q:Q'97m19fQ'Qtev:9:w.limaze:Q'.miQ'.:4:9:mtQtQ .Q1Q.a:mgQy:2:?f'Y'fo ' A EIGHTY lr , ,- .i B -YV Y 'F '-1 iv vw' '-I 'I -' w vu' ll' -ii Y 'l 1' 'll-' 'I l'U'l' 'll' 'ul' 'I vm' 'lvl all -1 ' Y lga , , ,11.0.9.1av.-.ofQ.l.4'.xm.1 T H E U L-M U s My bifN.aLfm2o.Q.olmio.Q.':1Il'h4LQ xl .I 5 ,r Ng .1 I u o n 1 , unior-Senlor Reception ,J Q The biggest social event of the lligll school year took place VVednesday even- ing, March 30, when the Juniors entertained the Seniors and Faculty at a banquet. a A 6:30 oyclock dinner was given at the Methodist Church. The following menu was 5 Z , . J 3 served. Q Q Cocktail Chicken Patties Mashed Potatoes Creamed Peas and Carrots Rolls Pickles Q Salad Ice Creanl and Cake ' Coffee Professor E. E. Downing, acting as announcer of radio station E. C. H. S., had charge of the following program: VVelc0me ...........,....,..,..........,,.,... ...... .e..,......,.....,,.... V i rginia Miller , Response .,.....,.......,..........,.,.,.. .....,...,.,.......,.....,....,..... L loyd Graham L ' ' ' fe ! Music .,............,......... .. ......., Elizabeth Steer, Marlon Harper O Q High School Life ....... .................,............. L ois Challacombe 'd - 9 . . Music ,..................,.,...... ,...,..w, G enevra Zink, Virginia Miller, , Bernice Pierson, Susanne Smith i Horoscope of Seniors .....,.,......... ...,,...e,,.............. J unior Mailander The Lure of College Life ............,...........,.,................,,,.... Ada Bohrer Music .................v.......,...............................,.. Ruth Eslingeris Orchestra 9 After the program, everyone went to the Woodman hall, whicll was artistically 5 S gd decorated in Blue and Gold. The first room was attractively furnished and lighted 6 Q for playing cards and here many enjoyed themselves. The main room was parti- A r- s - 4 A tioned off by a lattice work of crepe paper, and one end was furnislled to represent a little Spanish garden lighted by paper lanterns. A great arcll covered the entrance to the dance floor, where the couples trod the light fantastic to melodies played by Q Ruth Eslingeris Orchestra, which sat in a little bower at the other end of the hall. All departed at a late hour, and so passed one of the most enjoyable events in the school life of any Junior or Senior. J. M., '28. gg Q . 9 T N "1 . T Q T x , 1 . E E' . . l "P bi J x ' P in I Q ' ' V., 0 vt 4 ' X ff if X W 9 x F .fi Z! E 3 'J' B: xii if F, 'Q J A l 7. I A N . gg S1 l'l l' 1 777329rmxozawrlwqzQ's7m:9xw7m:Q:smtmom1mvfQ',:4:9:.mtoto, IQQ!Tk9JQF Q i I, , EIGHTY-ONE M,- 'Yi P P2 4 E 3 Q 'Q 5 S Z gi I I , D 9 .4 2 Q :- Q D ,. A Q U 5 I 'E 1 v-A , f . A ..,- ' " 'v' ' WQ'T'W5lNl'1 -- ll . fgxxxf-Hi3.O2Q.O1'4H'Il1'.'Sfl.6'n.O:Q.1 T H E U L M U S mA""M'A . M A .K Q :gl Q , -:J . W I . Zh i i! 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I H Central Ill1no1s Llglmt Company j 7 ' l 1 f : PREFERRED S1 och IZ, VVith Safety y, Phone is ELMWooD, ILLINOIS am f -iu---..--I---.-u---i---- ---------- -'-' - --II - --'- - 1.'- - -------- -1-f - ---- - ---- -----'-u- ---- ------------S I Q N l ' -D v v - 7 ' "'l-IagoIm19597079.9107Q'wmtbfm'QZQVIQIMIiiMiiiswzmymiifmfoia.o:QgQ:mgQj2' ffg EIGHTY-SIX 'B G t sx I1.ozw.o:aa+:c:vs.w1mum H E U L MeU s S:vs:dm:w:mfmw:wf+: , A1144 QI E 1? N tt- 1111 - 1111 - . - 1111 - 1111 , , e 1111 - 1111 - 1111 -,f-.--.-k 1111 Q , - 1111 - 1111 - 1111 - 1111 H 1111 -It , + Phones: Hotel 9217 Restaurant 6330 ,A Rooms 8.75 AND 951.00 gs h 2 ! I I I g 5 ! 7 H. B. M E E K P . Q F Q HOTEL AND RESTAURANT 1 2 I g . . . : 'i 316 Fulton Street PCOTIH, Illmoxs it- 1,1t - tt.. -I.-I.n-I.,-I.-.I.-.t-.I. ............. tt.t - t.-I.M- 11.t - 111. - 111. -t.-.q. . 5 9 QM- tftf --------- I --------------- - - -,-' - "-' --2' l ! rd L L I - -1 I 0,171 0ll'D0 CI' Lo formerly MULFORD'S, Inc. 7 315 Main street 3 -4 2 z P, PEORIA 2 t 5 I I Stein-Bloch Clothes 3' I I I j' I Dunlap Hats 1 I l 1 5 Q Q Nunn-Bush Shoes I 1 EARL JOHNSON Q 3 formerly of Elmwood Vassar Underwear ! ! E +-1--.-- -:-- ---I---1-'-n---n--------- --1- - - -- ---- --n- --1- --'-- ---' - ---- --'--'-n-----------H---A---H----I---'+ IC nj K N- ..,. --- -.-- - --,- - ---- ----------------- E -z--- ,.Q- - ---1 -I t C A R L S 0 N I DO YOUR PRESSING Over the 'cVVh1te Storen 1, ELMVVOOD, ILLINOIS f ....... .-.,.-..n...,.- ,,,. - .... -,.u-..n-..,.. ..,. -..n- .... - .... ..,., ..... -..,.-..,......,. Q X ' 2 if I I l v , A 1 I 1 '- "?."'.-Rayafmzotmfurqzm'91m:9'Q'Q7wiQ:mQ:mv1Q:Q3Q3mi9'm1o:sefrotuotmtmqtsiil ff , ,':2't EIGHTY-SEVEN 'R I Q x,Ti?Jif.ozw.o?4a-10.251 mimi T H E U L M U s Weifn1d:fzLw:4av1u:4si+:g-.3 ' Qi Q fs X I ' fu- --'- ----- --'1 - ---- - ---K - - 1---------- ---- - K-'- - ---- - ---A -'--- -'-- -----u-'----------'-- --'- ---- - -K--it--wg , THOUGHTS OF MARRIAGE 1 and you first think of furniture, rugs and draperies for the new honie Our Liberal Credit Plan VV ill Interest You I I Qiiwiiusngme .rm I 218-20 S. Adams St. Peoria, Ill. - I I S- im- oooo - ooo. - .o.o - oooo - .o,o - oo,o - ooo. - ooo. - ooo. - ooo. - ooo. - oo.. - oooo . ,o,o - ooo. - ooo. - ooo, ..... ,o.1 - .o.1 - ooo, - ,ooo - o,,o - .o.o - oooo - . if. 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J: 2- "" " "" "" "" "" "" "" ' ' I "" "" "" "" n ' "" ' ' ' ' ' ' 7 9 1 iiii mi.. iii, - iiii - i,ii - iiii ....,s I I WALK-oVER sHoEs Q for MEN-VVOMEN I P I 37.00, 38.00, 310.00 I W I I ALBUS WALK-OVER STORE 3 'A 327 Blain Peoria, Ill. if 4 iii. - iiii - iiii , ,,,, I ,,,, .....ooooo.o1ooeo, ,,,, , iiii , ,,,, I ,iii P ,,,, I ,,,, , i i, 3 , :X 'V ve ' v :I 7 "Z-'..f-:syntmzormruremistmtnw'qxwzormQ:ummpnmozmxvfmtota.o:Qg9:mgfzjei?' 5-5 EIGHTY-EIGHT 'B f' . -I ', .I I ,I ,,,, I I .,, ,.,. .,...,,, .,,,,-,,. -., --..- -.I -:I ' - lg.xg'gI-Inmate.-.QIQJAIamm T H E U L M U s m.am.o.Q.o.mio.Q.f:sg?Z4L I QI I Q if Q I N 'a!au1uu ----------- -I-I..-Q. .g..... ,'.- .- .... -I..-W.-I...-...-.- ..,. - .... - .... .-..,.-....-.....,!. I , I I I I I I 1 M. II'yk0fI' P, II, Wright 'EN d "Pauly, I ITIWOO I I I I I I I I I - I I 2 Qp OHQ I Bzgger and Better I I I I I Exchange I IQIIALITYI I I I I af III I I I I Bi R I I I e s t a u I' a n t I Q I I I I Q W i Local and Long T i 5, " I ' I I ' J , ' I Distarlce Where Inverylnody Lats , Service I Hours from 5:30 :II m. to 1:00 a. In. if S I I I -4 .4 3 I I 9 ' I I I I ' 1 , 5 2 E 5 I I I I " ILIJ- 4122 Fulton St. Phone 4-6736 II I 1 I PIIORIA, ILLINOIS I un-Im f---------- nu-u I off--m--m- III- - III- - II.. -uu- IIII -.m- III- -.m- Ily. - -III--I I. I. I I I Q .!...--m-m--u-mI- llfl - --na- IIII - .v-I - -III ---lu.-Im-,Q ,f...-mI- - IIII - ..I. .-m.- - IIII - IIII - -I.- -I..-...II-2. I I I I N C The Two II D cl The Barber . 2 g : g ' Pure Food Grocers I1 I , I I I I VVe handle the best of everything ' V in our line I I I 5 I I I . I I L L Weddlllg Rlllg' Canned Goods I 3 I I IBa1'I'iI1g'ton Hall Coffee I EXE 5 5 5 N ' 1 3 u 5 I I Town QT161' I4 lour I I Occident Flour -A I I I I "iq + Elmwood, lII1no1s I Telephone 11 I f' , I I I I ' I IIII I IIII IIII I IIII IIII I IIII I IIII I IIII I IIII I I . I 9a Q' , ll. v H - :IN I 7- "' sy'Qrm:o:Q7Q:u:Q:In's7m:9vm'Q:w,iQ:mlimezmxvgzmzvxmteto.QtQg9:mgszg:2'x5'f I EIGHTY-NINE ' -n 1 . , 1 V 't K-x iA02anoLaa+:w2vs.waa+:om T H E U L M U s 6161692316161614asaw:4s:+:g-.fi L i QI I N ' ,I Q 59' ' 'i---- -'-' -1- ------- - ------------------ 1-----'Q X . . i i .y , 1 1 4 I b h' I T Always Remem er T IS - - - T , r ' E : 9, f" . . if E Before buying things for yourself or the s. . :Q 1 honie, find out the price at I i T - ia E . E if I P D G d ' E eoria r oo s T I ompan I . .... T This is one of Ainericais largest Chain Stores, Buying and Selling for Cash. VVe have no Credit Bookkeepers, A ' Credit llffanagers, Collectors or Bad Debts. T y Naturally not having this added ex- pense We do sell quality hier- fi 5 . Il chandise for Less llloney y 2 g 1 Q I I Q L 21 9 l l Read our ads from day to day, l y buy the things you actually need, E' , . lf Q pay CASHQ and to your surprise L 2 you'll have a snug amount that was accumulated through shrewd buy- I ing- i 4 l I l . 1 . X si- iii. -ii ....- --------------------- ifii - . is X 9 ki I' :N , 5 -. ' v v - jx I 'L "Z-"'.-isy'Qfmzozmswqzm1stm:9foz'Q1mfQ:sv.wivznm:Q'.m'm:o7.mto:Q.utmrmgsw Ffh NINETY -be 7 ' M O . V m , 3 f ", .lv -, Wy-uf .- A .- ,,, ..,. H, .,, - n- -1 . -yy wi -ui -or -I 7-nr rw' 'In- lels, ' A-.GANG.4'.'.Of'S.l.Gx'.O.QA T H E U L M U s Sifdlhmli-Q.6l4wiO.Q-'A..4714 2 5 3 , J ,,, Y ,, K p fl .M N ,rr-r.r,,, ,,,, , -,..,... ..,. ..... . . .- .-..-...-. I ' : v I - I' I M' Dry Goods, ff T ' " ' Sh 3' 'rig : 1 Y . . Q 095, ,1 I W . . Mir ,' ' ' Q i - I . I- Ready-to Q - . ' -i . ',V' Q K i ."' ' ii V. '- d 5 I MFE plrnrnswcf "WP ' i I , Illmols 2 Q i ' if - s .4 +,-..- -..H-..-...-....n.. ----- ------ -------- - - 53 5 Miss Beulah Darling: was explaining in Junior English one morning' about the aneient Q lover. "VVho," she said, "went about with shoe strings hanging, hair disheveled, and gener- 3 7' allv untidvf' This was to show that he was in love and thou fht of nothin exeept the much - 4 ,1 . . 5- 3 Q loved one. Q Junior M.: "Maybe that's why Miss Darling forgot her glasses this morning." 5 Q ll 5 ll jg ic 54 k ge 7' Z Q Prof. Downing: "Now I wonder where we ean get some horses for the sledsf' Corrinne: "XVe have a sawliorsef' ' 95 BE 95 9. In lin flish Club: i ' 1- I Q Inez: "All in favor of paying for your money, signify by standing." i I 2 YVhy should soldiers be rather tired on the first of April? Q. Beeause they have just had a Mareh of thirty one days. .. 7 - 'Q Ceeil: "A rain gauge is round with straight sidesfi 3' I,ois: "I thought it was eylindrieal." S f Miss li.: "Mildred Krisher, in what direetion do eyelones whirl?" Pa Mildred: "They whirl around." 9: 94 9: il ' ' ' 5 Ii Miss IS.: "Grace, when is air said to be worst?" Grace: "I didn't eateh the muestionf' b' .' I V 5. . .1 ,rf kg 'V 4 G P if K - 9. "Are you Owen Smith?" Oh, yes I must be, I'ni owin' everybody." I M by are teeth like verbs? .- 5 They are regular, irregular and defective. S GOING SOME! 3 4 Orchestra llruunnerz 'AIQIII the fastest llliill in the World." li Violinist: "Ilow's time" Drununer: "'l'iine flies doesn't it?" Z Violinist: "So they say." f - Drununer: "IV:-ll l beat time." D Q l pf ,u pa ': - ' 1: 1: f: Q 6 H Miss llarlingr: H-llIllll'S, do you know l'oe's 'ltavenf' aj lied Foster: "No, what's the matter with him?" if ' ze L! 95 - n ll M r. lililllll fin Vhysies Classj: "You van push a building over if you push long' enough.' X Q s I is I f'u. 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Tarpy, Vice-President gi L F Seltzer Cashier 3 " "" " "" """'-' "" ' "" ' ":' ' "" ' ' "" ' "" """""' "" " ' ' I I4 5 IP -2 S '5"'- "" -"- "" - "" -H"-Im "" - "" - "" - "" ' "" - "" - "" - "" ' "" ' "" - "" - "" - "" - "" -' "" - "" ' "" - "" ' "" ' "" " "" ""'!' I I I 1 I SUNNY SIDE ELECTRIC SHOP I I I I 2 . . . 2 Q' I . Electrzc Repazrs and Ewtenszon VVQVL' I l j a Specialty First Door South of First State and Savings Bank Q-Q E 5 it I I - E II I +I- -..- - -i-- ---------- ---, - ---- - - I- ---- - ---- - ---. ----------- ---- - - --so 5 -I--- ---- - ---- ----- ---- - --1- - -f,- - ---- - ---- - '--- - ---- - --'- ----- --l- - ---- - ---- -- ---- ---H-m'- ---- - '--- - ---- - -K-- - -x-- - ---- --- ---- -I--I I EL1v1wooD BAKERY I I Fresh VVh0les0me Bread I We also handle orders for fanc f astrv Q I I P v I Phone 32 Ni" 2 , 5 'ia 'I Patronize Hoine Trade ,- I I ' f -i-:-- ---. -------- - ----I-- '1-- - ---' - ---' - ---- - -"- - '--- -w- ---' - '--- -I -------- I I hz I fs 'Q I , , :I ' 1 7",-er'-Iam:m:o:m:Q:u:Qm1s7m19xmrmiQ:9.Qzwpzvznxmiizmzsfmtota.o:m:mgW2':?'x?".'Q I 4' ' X NINETY-TWO 5 f,. ,J Ln , rl Omww f. ooow.-owaanoaa T H E U L M U s S'fS5'fn'oQom'oQ':'lZ,1 D VER seeking, rmcrxc' 'md mtlsfy has been ind shall conrmuc t m hm the guiding spmt of the organxntlon lu wh um x mu entrusted the ruxnL f rhx mnul Peorla Engravlng Co t 2 - f HT - -1 I 4 A I VWNETY-THREE ' - Il, fy!:QQIQZSQQXEQIQIgdsffiwfvfd'QINEYTQIQQZVAVZQIQ!lQ9f,g6':,ffLYQ:fl 1. 4' ' ' J N--1 1 .51 ' G xC""'f' 0904 ofmanm T H 1-3 U L M U S b"bd'm6'b6m'O'b KZZ 1 107 South JCHACISOH Sheet PLORIA I1 I INOIS Opposlte N11g,1r-1 Hotel The photogmphs fO1 thls ULMUQ also last X631 s and V631 bCf016 was all made bx thls Stlld10 VVhat 111016 can 01 need be Sald - Portrazture of the better sort i . 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SURPLUS 3101100 1 1 ARIS 1 Q fo IIOARD OF Dim-:c"1'oRs J. H. Smith, Chairman Q 1 i- : NV. .X.Clincl1 li. L. Carter M. 'l'. Lott VV. J. Throw C. li. Clinch C. VV. Lott Q N., - -1 . I 111. T. 11111, 111111110111 011111. E. Clinch, Cashier I I 4-.-....-..-.1.......-.1- .......-11-..- - -1- - - - - - - -.,1.. ....-..-...-...-.,.-1.-..-. l N. Q' 4 M M E .Q ,1 I -B 'V I I, .U , ,,1,. , .I 1. U, ,.,. ,,, .,, . ,, .W .,,-'-, -,,. 111, 1, 7-1,--1.1 wl -4 ' OQQXX 1-.mmiw.-.aJQ.u.av.o.QA T H E U L M U s SImam!o.Q.o.'mio.Q.f:gl.'2h'4L 1 il N I N. 2,1 , Q..-.1-.1 --..---- ..-...-..-...-..-..,-...-...-.1-... ---.----- ..-11. 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I in Personal attention is given to all details ps . . . ' 5 entering lnto the making of the ' E S Annuals which we produce. tn Your patronage is solicited. ' Q i 5 .. 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