Fort Madison High School - Madisonian Yearbook (Fort Madison, IA)

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' Y.: 4 'fi Y H'-L '-- '- SP-A' ' 'D'-'Fl'-'1-"l""' ' A?'f7"f7"t' 4""l e o 5 G Bargaras ra s11ght1yUsedPranos lil We have taken in several good upright pianos on player pianos lately and will sell them at great oargans among them We have 1 Kurtzmart 1 Kimball 1 Luo. Wlg 1 Kramer Bros 1 ixehn or Campbell Our stock of ne w pranos 1s v ry large and our prrces are as low as can o had any where We wrll grve you a square deal Make your Xmas selecuon now SHEAFFER 8r. SAUNDERS 726 Second Street THE PLACE T0 SAVE MONEY Cn your Chrlstmas Purchase IS at 726 Second Street There you can buy 1847 Rogers Kmves and Forks for S3 35 per set. A 10 year F11led Case W1th Amencan Movement S5 00 A 20 year Frlled Watch for S7 50 A 7 jeweled Elgm Watch for S3 75 15 jeweled Waltham Watch for S4 75 rn fact we could name hundreds of ar t1c1es on wluch you make a great avmg Now 1S the tune to do your shoppmg whrle we have tune to W311 on you and wh1le our stock IS com plete Every arhcle guaranteed to be just as represented w A SHEAFFER, Jawarzn 726 Second Simi Watch IRSBBMGIA T 81,3 F Ry Furl Madlsnn, IDVIZ I IK 5. ' 3 k. 1 -L 1 , ., , 1 H a - E -1 er -- 4 " . , - gr- rx s B 1 mx 1 . 1 n , . , .f . , . ... N, 5 - J YJ U 1 T Y 5' , 3 5 ' . Q . 1 L, ' , 9 A I I U . , I ., I 5 I I I Q n ' 0 Q I I 1 - Q ' u . , L .4 -1. . ,V"!'.' I NMR, , , - -. 7, 5' n 1 4 ' S . I I C I 5 I A I ' 5 I Q Q . I n . V ,L ' ' . . I . x V ii I 7 A? 1 l n n noe mas fl Thats the name' T 15 the flavor of Fern dell Coffee and 1tS full ll-'I ll- ll dellcate arc ma that ap peals to the dlscrlmlnat mg coffee drmkers Roasted and blended wlth the greatest care untouched by the hand you Packed ln sealed molst proof cans Can be had only at MARTIN For a Neat Fu Try a paur of Walkover or Ral stons Health Shoes for Men or a Dorothy Dodd or Hannah Shoe for Lad1es Jul1us B1ttel 943 FRONT STREET or J - L , T P N , y " ...s l X ' N - .- from the time it is roasted until it reaches le lv ,I 1 ' . h all Q 1 . 9' 'Z r Hx .. 'A J BENBowl A E GLAZIER WOOD AND COAL SPORTING GOODS fh B Komxxs Bunnrr LEATH 1 d P pfly ER Pu.Lows AND ALL Kmns OF NOVELTIES ART PICTURES B 5171 lIJU6Fr0n1 IBB I O11-II G cl b d th l g t plot CUURTRIGHT S S1 UDIO A T HELLING .IUHN UUWNS STAPLE REAL ESTATE AND FANCY INSURANCE GROCERIES I AND I I I7 FDURTH STREET NEW YORK I I I I I I All ' e est Grades of , - Coa Delivere rom , Oflice Phone ell - Sl T Residence 929 Fourth St. Bell Phone 192-M l 1 I N 'N N 1 f more appro- priate or appreci- a t e y y 0 u r frien s an a nice y ot en up 1 0, such as we make. Especially for the Holiday time. Come early for your sittings is ' Q O1 1 , up I I I V .f J fc-mm E' I I f I Y 1 I if 'N fl bw X f For Chustmas we have many useful I art1cles smtable for men folks Come 1n KRAFT 81. MILLER 1 I l u RAY E GERBER WHULESALE AND RETAIL FLOUR FEED and SEEDS AGENT Fon GOLDEN CREAM GOLD MEDAL KANSAS BEST FORYFR 'IHIRD AND VINE: S'IS PHONF BELL 234 .I FORT MADISON IOWA NEED II PLUMBEII'-' JIIHN L PRIGIIETI PLUMBING GAS STEAM AND HOT WATER FITTINGS i I - I 1 3 - I gf, , I We . if ' I ' T ' gg 72. ,U FII I I, ' N m ggi "4 I 'L -Y". . --If I" ' LTWIQ + I P , I ll! N +5 5 .ff 'L LID' X' , Iv I If II --- I , 'If X I ,ff 3. I I C I IW' J I,- I qw gf O 1' "Iwi ' -,IW ' 1 ,ll f 7 ra' 4 I 7 GOLDEN SHEAF L . ,ff Z fa ' 'f f 5 A Z -- W y I L . I I I . I igiff v .- Q , 3 W - ., 1 , 1: E 'E 'S I . Z .I fi ',-. I I 772352552 'C If ' IL npyngh! Har!5rh:nTnc'A fn.: . xJ 11.1.11- I I ' I I I I ' I I Glothlers and Furmshers 8 I 9 GO to the Busy Bee Confectwnery FINE CANDIES PGST CARDS FRUITS PGP CCDRN AND PEANUTS 815 SECOND STREET FORT MADISON IOWA G0 T0 823 Second Street Fort Mad1son Iowa TWIN RUBBER HEELS A SPECIALTY T R Y 0 U R GEORGE YACKEL B B B B I nEALEn IN UANNEIJ GUUUS T A R E E I N E AND --- TINWARE ED. T MEYER -- The Market Shoe Repair Company I I HEY YOU CANT HELD A CANDLE T0 IT 5 The orclmary gas burner can no HHH? be compared w1th the Welsbach L1ght than a candle can w1th gas 1ght 'The VVeBbach lnght g1ves a steady soft wvhne hghtthais de C1dedly agreeable to the eyes thatshomm everything u11istrue cokns thatsrnosteco normeal 1n gas con sumphon tams the m1n1rnum of any art1f1c1al l1ght of the ultra violet rays that are som jur1ous to the CYCSI ht Drop 1n and see the l1dht for yourself FORT MADISON GAS LIGHT COMPANY We furnish your home complete Cash or Payments S I E M E R S Furmture Store Grand Display of Holiday Goods at SCHNEIDERS JEWELRY smmi St fHtP C yG1tC t SCHNEIDERS 619 Second Street l' . P t - - 1 I 1 .m.1.. I I l ' Diamond and Pearl e Lauveliers ' Diamond and Pearl Set Brooches ' The We1SbFlC,h Light COH' Fine Line of Fancy Back Combs I . . . . , Fine Line o a ins - ' - - Fine ut Glass ' ' 'g ' , Fanc i lock ' 'b Musical Instruments, etc. , a XMAS CANIJIES 'THE BIG DOUBLE Hugh Grade STORE A11 g d B B HANUSUME LINE UF M UllflSlIllHS NUVBHIES f A bgl UIUHKS Hlltl Furs yth b mm msn I neuuceu Pnnes N GANIJYKITCHEN lJuhnZerr8tGo We are keepmg our full l1ne of Hardware Cutlery Sherwm W1l l1ams Pamts Q1ls Wh1te Lead Varmshes Brushes Etc up to the pomt That 15 you get almost anythmg you call for Customers cheerfully wa1ted upon Yours for more business 604 Second Street Both Phones WHEN YOU WANT 'ANYTHING GOGD - I Lowneys, e retti and l --1 Gunthers, all famous I Chocolates an on ons. ' I Cur line of Home ade 10C Candies are the best in the ci y. i ine of I Xmas Novelties, and fan- AT cy boxes. Onl e est I , a e I l 9 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 '1 ' 1 - 1 Deposlts on Decelnber lst Famh X ear Lindsey clothes are built to keep their shape and retain their good looks as long as you wear them. Good assortment of patterns on hand all the time LINDSEY TAILORING CO 211 213 Pine St Fort Madison, Ia Tha Fart Madison Savings Bank Fort N'I"ldlSOIl Iowa 1 Invites you to open an account The deposit need not be a large one to begin with Small accounts are welcomed just as much as large ones and will be treated with the same care and courtesy Here is the way Deposits grow in this bank 900 1901 1902 1904 1905 525491005 32609263 35686882 46194888 46740261 t Hlf Ud qttSp 1906 1907 1909 1910 DI ll D ll 347425452 51131827 55527084 56210936 0 1 I , O I 7 n L I . g 'd , ' , . , , , . ' , : 1 . ..................... , . ......... ........... . , . 1903':iiiiiiiiiii:i:i::iii 392:887i18 1908' """"""""""' 530'530'03 Asse s Over a i ion 0 ara n er . a e fu ervisiou and Exnminat QOQSA -:eww we-vwQ3 EZ A if W fe! 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Y I . . 2 1. . , , 1 Till' IIIGII SCHOOI TI VIFS The two S1,'lLlkSt11C11 passed nto the tent S 11111 f 11OWlllf tt 1 fathers beck Flrst the men talked of tr1de and then of po11t1c 11 1t'f111s Herod the new governor of Jexusalem who was fast galnmg a reI11t1t1on for OPPYCSSIOH and harshness was freely dxscussed 'lhe general news of the day was the next tOp1C and Mehmed Ben A111 told h1s fr1e11d th tt two days before 1n the town of Bethlehem a beautnful boy Clllld l11d been boln to some Nizarenes WISE men of the East had come to VlSll the babe saymg they had been lei there by a brnght sttr an 'l haft 1n no1nted llllll declarmg the ch1ld to be the Messxah the Snvnor of Men and then of the lovely wh1te flower and could not but beheve that the blossom and the wonderful ch11d at Bethlehem were IH some wly con nected Thus pondermg he fell asleep The next mormng somethnng seemed te call to Selllll and ms he rode toward the sprmg he thought of the news brought byMel1n1ed Ben A111 and could not understand how such a beaut1f11l g1fted qhxld eould he born of a despxsed Nazarene 1n a town of such 111 repute as Bethlehem Then om1ng to the Bower and seelng that a pure Whlte bloom could blossom on 1 plant of such repulslve aspect he understood th1t the new Mess1ah the Sav1our of Men llllght 'also come from a N warene of Bethlehem As Sehm looked at the Hower whnch resembled a wl11te 1086 yet was many t1mes more beaut1ful he wondered for the hundredth tune what 1tS name could be He had been to the noted gardens of Damas cus many t1mes but never had he seen anythmg nearly so dazzlxngly beaut1ful and pure as thls flower ln the desert Then aga1n he thought of the analogy between the blossom and the Chrlst Ch1ld how they h nd been born on the same mght both of parentge as Sehm thought unworthy of them and 1n surroundmgs 111 fitted to two such wonderful natures and he named the beaut1ful pure whnte Bower for the Nazarene Boy and called It C11l'lStS or the Chrlstmas Flower KA111AR1NP 12015111415 6 L . 1 Lf -' : '. 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THE CHRISTMAS GQBLIN SS N there stood a great bug goblm a starm her an th face in he sez Whut s llttle g1r rls lolke ye doln out so late on a nnght lonke thlsf Downt ye know ut we ate slch llttle uns7 'lhe ten chlldren of Mrs ORnIey a poor Irlsh w1d ow hstened IU breathless wonder for the termmatlon of Good souls latest adventure for the1r mother was tellmg them their weekly story But they had to let er go she contlnued cuz no char rm of the1r own wud wur rk on Chrlstmas Eve Whut s Chrxstmas Eve? asked Mike bompm good to ate? asked ravenous Pat k.,h1ld1r ch1ld1r downt ye know whut Chrxstmas Eve IS, Falth an It s tolme ye were larnxng' Then she told them of the httle town of Bethlehem of the Chr1stCh1ld horn so long ago and of the bells that chlmed so merrxly to welcome the blrth of the Savzor on Chrlstmas Eve Har rk' an there they be now and the chnldren hstened ln awe as the bells pealed forth thexr halleujah Down on yer knees chxldlr she commanded and they obedlently followed her example and she offered up th1s rather broken prayer Plase Lord Jesus born to nlght stop pullm the cats tall Nellne bless us an be stlll Bridget gxve us a better dmner to morrow than whut we had to day an fMlk2Y stop un lacm yer shoesl hellup us to be better than Pat stop teas1n thut dorgl we have been amen' She broke off abruptly for a knock sounded on the door behind her and b1dd1ng the chnldlr be quiet she answered It Out ln the yard a group of boys and gurls dodged about seekmg places of shelter whxle Jack Anderson the largest boy clad ln a su1t of green made espec1ally for thms oecaslon and wearmg a mon strous whlte beard stood on the doorstep a huge basket nn each hand and an xmprovlsed note stuck IH h1s hat Merry Chrlstmas samd he I have brought you a present from the Chnstmas goblxns' We hope you w111 accept them and accept them and well good nlght A gxggle came from behlnd the hlac bushes for he had forgotten a very elaborate speech prepared for the occasnon As the astomshed 1 S 1 . 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UP IN TI-IE AIR NLY four days untnl L,hx1stn11s' Hurrah' Who would belueve ut' We the k1ds of Fort MldlQOD Hngh ex cla1n1cd'lhursday nlght when told that we need not come to school the next day not unt1lJanua1y second mdeed Iv F I tthered fo lr books 1nto my arms wlth a Slgh and started for home determmed that I would not put off studylnff untll the next mght fhe first three even xn fs I progressed rapldly wxth my studles and hved up to my good resolutlon so well tlmt I had completed all L lSSl55I'll'l1CI1t9 except my hnghsh but IH thus bes1des my of re ulxr dauly lesson I hnd numerous papers to make up especlally the report on lhe M111 on the Floss whnh was a week overdue lhm. nnght before cfhl'l5tlllZlS I composed myself for thmk of some school 1nc1dent and closed the book w1th a yawn saymg to myself that I would hmsh It to morrow nlght I stranghtway fell to thmkmg mbout school lxfe lI'1 general when someone knocked at rny window and inquired an 1 rough volce W Lnt a ride In my a1r shlp bonny I was mcensed that anyone should call me sonny me an honorable l'l1l,ITlbCl of class of 1913' I was about to reply m the negatlve but the lure of tn axrshmp 11de was too much for me and tellmg hlm to walt until I donned my overcoat and cap I clambered out the wxndow and up 1 rope laddex to 1 huge aeroplane Ill whxch the motors were buzzmg 'Ls though beggmg to be off lhe word of command was gnven and wlth long sweetlng Lrcs we ascended 1nto the alr leavmg mother earth far below us I looked about my surroundmgs wlth mterest for thls was the first tnue I had ever been xn 'Ln a1rsh1p Besxdes myself there were two other occup1nts of the 1'l1'l.Ch1l'16 one I 1mmed1ately recognwed as Old Krnss Krlngle and the other as hls assnst mt On my rxght Krxss was bl1SYl11'l.l1'lgl'I'1g the stcexmg Lpparatus whlle on my left the asslstant was lllllllllllllg a few lmes of I wonder Who s KlSSlHg Her Now whlle he w as peerlng at thus cyhnder oxhng that one and holdmg h1s ear to stall another all wlth an an' of deep concexn I was about to ask hum EE EE l I . . . 2 . , - 45 I Q2 L S ' I ' ' ' ' lx ll I Z I. . .. . . . 1391 b .I . - fb N10 5, K . i . 2 I I. I A 7 ff z ' ' . : , 5 .I I I I ll . ' ' V study and was soon half way through the lesson, when I happened to sf . ' 4 L Q l , . . , . . . 2 , . I . . . 5 . 1 , yy N - ' 1-1 I . - . 5-L l - ' . ' ' 1 K ,Q 'f' ' , " ' ' ' ' 1' 2 ' S ' ' , ' ' ' 2 . ' ' I , ' ' 1 ' ' 'S 10 THIL HIGH SCHOOL TIMES why he was so far bCl1ll'1CllI'l the musncal lme when he volunteenzd the xnformatlon asklng what the latest was and sayang he we1y seldom V1Slt6Cl thls lower world of ours Krxss lnterrupted our conversatlon by askmg where I w1shed to go I told hlm I was not partxcular but would rather llke to see Fort Madx son from such a height Accordmgly we shxfted our dlrectlon a tr1fle I went over seated myself bes1de h1m and asked What has become of your re1ndeer7 Well my boy I had to keep up wlth the tlmes and Im rxght glad I dld because now I can come rxght from my home at the North Pole ln just one fifth the tlme and am comfortable too he replzed We swooped sxlently across the rnver and nearlng Iowas shore I saw nn the dlstance a group of skaters We gllded sulently overhead and by the axd of a fire on the bank I recognlzed a few of the boys and glrls from Hxgh School but by thus tlme we were ascendmg to escape the sky Scrapers We were dlrectly over the clty of Fort Mad1SOH stretchmg pent along the banks of the MISSISSIPPI Rlver wlth the prlson a huge mass of dlstlngunshable lxghts as 1ts head We were clrcllng sllently some elght hundred feet above the clty and Krlss was pralsmg the new Santa Fe depot when wlth acry of horror the asslstant turned towards us wlth h1s awe strmcken face and in falterlng accents told us the gasolnne was about out and the supply tank had sprung a leak allowxng the precious Hu1d to escape We were doomed The sh1p was smkzng Wxth a sudden lurch we started on our downward course falhng falhng Heavens' would lt never cease' As we neared the earth I plcked out a square of cement s1dewalk whlch seemed softer than 1ts nemghbors and determxned lf possxble to land upon It The blur of llghts was rushlng up to meet us Wlth a slcken lng thud and a loud crash we I sat up yawnlng and rubbmg my eyes an overturned cha1r explam ed the crash and feelmg of my head where a lump was fast appearmg I determmed that lt more than exp1a1ned the sxckenmg thud It had all been a dream I had dropped asleep and was awakened by fallmg from my chaxr and stnkmg my head upon The M111 on the Floss whuch I had laid upon the floor PHIL BERTSCHI 13 I 1 v . Y s V 1 ' V I- I . . l n, . 1 I 4 1' .. . . , . . . . . . . ' ,, . - , . 1 , . . .N ' . its twinkling length of full three miles, and winding like a monstrous ser- Y I , . . . . y . . ' I , . , . 1 1 v'- - l f V 1 m . . g , . - 1 I I - Y V . . . . ss . ,, . , , . T111 111G11 SCHOOL Tl MES OUR FRBSHMAN CLASS Our lncshman Class lb verv large And brlght as you may know And lf youve seen a better one Youll have to show us so And when we t1ke the floor The other teams are frald of us For we know how to score Agam wc have our Philo stars For our glrls know how to sung They also can good storxes wrlte And debate on anythxng We are some good in glee clubs too And smg luke other folks We help the H1gh School T1mes a but By commg lots of Jokes We oft txmes make nustakes tis true But soon well better learn So jumors sophs and sen1ors too Our hrlghtness may dlscern RUTH EMBICK 14 .. f . . ,, . . , , We have our stars in basket ball. . ' ' .. . . ,, . . . , . , ., . , , I 51112 Mrgh Srrhnnl 1111125 Publ1sl1ec1by T111. Port M 11115011 1-11 11 5111001 'Innes Assoe11t1o11 FIVE, N1l!ll13LTS A1111u1lly O tolxr D LLI1l17L,1 14917111115 h.1sle1 111d L,o111111L111L111e11t Subscr1pt1o11 P11ce 60 Lents PL1 YL1r 51110ls, Lopu, of Re ular Issue 15 Lents E11tered it 1111. Post 0511.1 11 F011 M'1d1so11 Iowa as Seeond Ll1ss M 111 M1ttL1 4 hlllllldl 'Utah MARION GASTON 11 WILLIAM HEISING 12 ESTHBR SECIUIN 11 RUTH SCHAPER 17 ELSIE ERNST 11 GLADYb PARKER 11 MARY CASEY 11 LETTA ARIZ 11 IEIOYD NIGGAMYER 11 KATHARINE ROBERTS 13 4Iia11.1u11111 Emil VICTOR HURT 11 HERBERT KISTLhR FIORENLh HOPLEY 17 THOMAS LONRADT 13 RUSSELL HOPLEY 14 1Kr11111X11r111l 2:-71111 RUTH NEWKIRK ESTHER BENBOW VILURA BARNES I ALAN STEWART LDNA EMBILK 1 HELEN WEIL Ahlliiillfli Qtlllllllllfill' MR A L MATHEW5 MISS CATHERYNE c,OoKE y MISS MARGARET LUMMINGS 1 Merry Chrnstmasl Merry Chrxstmasl 12111101 lll Llllbl Asslst 1111 loe 11 AsS1St1111 Alllllllll 11 xclnnge L111,ra1y bocnl A1l1l1.11C A11lSl Bus1111,ss 1111111 Ll Asmsf 1111s .1 1111101 501311011101 1. Pr1,sl1111111 lllO1ll'll11L ll1 C1111111I'111 Ass1Sf 11118 O11 the twenty Q:,hf151m,,1l, f1fth of th1s month that greetmg w1ll agam be 111 gen eral use not only 1n th1s country but 1n all C111'1S1l3.I1 nat1ons A feelmg of good w1ll and good fellowslup w1ll pervade e1ch and every comrnumty But why should th1s be the case at just t1l1S parhcular t1me of the year' Because many years ago a great rel1g1ous prophecy was fulfllled, Chr1St, our Sav1our, was born 1n Betl1lel1em of Judea The event at th1s t1me was the cause of much rejo1c1ng, but the G O . I , . ,, 'L' 1 C 5, 1.2'T ", ' 'Z", Z' '12 ' " ' " S s ' '.5 ,Q , h '. . ' 5 1 ' I 'il ' 4 .' , 1,'f." Z 2 'A an Z 1 ' ' - ' 1 , , . , 4. :X-.L - , , I , 1 . , ' 1 -1 . . Y V. 2 gg, , - 1,11 N -- - , , A 1 "' 1 .,., . 1 Q y V' ...c 1 1 1 ' 1 1 - . - . Q L I . . D' ,. Il . . 1 . . 2' 4 - 4 Qffi C .1 . . .. D , , - . . . . ,. . - . 4 - 1 . . . IHA5 H1611 SCHOOI Fl WLS in st te1ta1n tx ues ol the Chrxstnnas fest1vala1e not found untll the t1me of EIIIPSFOI Lommodus What a dltfelence Ill the celehr'1t1ons of that tune and those of the pzesent The people then h ld no certain d ty lor the Chrlstmas fCSt1Vl tncs nor were they free to celebrate as they hked lhose who persxsted 111 observnng the d xy were often cruelly mxstleated Durmg the rexgn ot Dxoclehan for mstxnce one of the most horrlble events was the burnmg of 1 church ln whnh '1 number of people had gathered for the purpose of observmg Lhrlstmas But 1n splte of all oppos1t1on the re llgxous teachmg contxnued to spread Gradually the persecuhons be came less severe and hnally ceased ent1rely Now we can celebrate a peaceful and happy Lhrlstmas wxthout any fear of persecutxon How thankful we should be to those early Chrxshans for thelr courage and persever mee At present the thought ot Lhrlstmas always brmgs to mmd the Chr1st tn all prohabllxty were added to mcrease the mterest and dehght 1n Chrxst mas tune especltlly tmong the chlldren Fill? mtermmghng of soc1al pleasures and forusn customs however has not changed the or1g1nal meanmg of the CClCbl'ltl0I1 It as the greatest rel1g1ous festxval of the year In accord inte w1th the spmrlt of the tlme the staff wlshes ltS patrons a Merry Chrlstm ts and 2. prosperous New Year WM Hush-:G Ihe best school work can be acconnplxshed only when 9'h"1'l studyns made 8H4CCtlVC by concentratnon Comparl Tmurk t1vely tew students re1lly know how to study True study IS the vigorous appllcatxon of the mmd to a subject for the satxs factxon of a felt need Llose appl1cat1on to the work ln hand whatever lt may be accornplxshes wonders Study whlle you study and play whlle you play his become 1 ftvonte l'l1'lXll11 w1th our prmclpal Try It fellowstudents It us worth your whlle Nothmg can help you so much as bemg methodlcal Ill your work tnd concentratlng your mmd upon one thmg 'lt a tnme A lxttle d1sorderly work IS often more tryxng " ' ' - ' 1 ' 13 4 I - . ks 1 ' s 3 p 1 2 ' ' 2 ' ' '- r .Q ' 5 I I A 1 ' , z . 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M 11001 should be Shown b mlnv the dns-, ILLlIlf,l0IlN and oign 1J1Of'f!'iIllS of ilu. hxgh School 0 w xuh thc, julwlm IS Jlw nys WL1pO!l1l, MARIQN GASION must 1lfCll!X woxk md musm secme to be on .gl lntdu g nclp uc 11 x uc to nudge by the number f studgnts th lt I1 lve liken up work of thle, knld ind by 14, mucus ui unui A t1INll.1l,1f.Ctl1H0tbClOl1Q untml the Fort Mfnnim Son H1 h bchool wlll tmke 'thc flue should hke Qunong the bchools that U th n In ilu vx I5 of pulwlm spg 11-.1115 1 Good gun has been madc DCl1lt1I1Q ind declim ltO1y work have been benun lfl addltlon to whit 11 19 bc.o.n thy nqbul u lxtcr uv work of thy School up tc thls 111110 1 vog 11 musm the xdv Luce 1115 been equally gritlfymng A Gnls Glec Llub L Boys Glue Llub and 1 H1gh Sgllool 21101 us hive been O1LlI11LCLi 1nd Lrc domf exgcllcnt WOIk lhe tilcnt 19 11616 FOTtMlL1liO11 li dmplx Lble to gompcte w1ll1 my lugh school 111 these legdldb uid rl IS gr. Ltnfymg to feel th lt the Qtudcnte 'ure beglnnmff to ICLOgI1llC the latent qbxlxty of the school However let us not be sfatxsfmd wnth 1 good be funnmg there 1-. Qhll much th xt the Hlgll School gan do Il L do ll th xt Huy Qchool cm do lf It lb Wllllflg to make an equal cffmt SU: 1 QQ HAII TH 5 fill .' , A' 15 Ol ' Hlcllds. limi loyalty pun 1101 f' . " ' 'i Heian ' ' ' ' "3 if ' 51.1 ' if ' 'i fsj -1 ' VV! ' :L J ldtll ' 1 lci is dil 'ul -.l ' ' i ' N " 2 1'- sn 1' Agjh Sch 'vol more linux hc ml ' -ss I , J fll, liiwlm f ' 'f 5 - sllwlc fo" the l'L'llll1ltEUH wi tin' aclg l. zum I ' I z vc n 'ig '11 'r tl1i1 Q that will luring di if upon tha " z ' n. J I " t - g' 3 ' nz' " ' 2 '- Vufzw' --nga - 'Q ' 11A in 4- , I -' ' '21, " ' xx 1 -Z ' I , ' ' - -1 - " , t ' ' J in 1 x ity, :S ' 3 , . ' f . I' 'g zmtlcmizlncc :lt mass meetings. foot hall games. and the 'l1llZ1I'1kSgiVi11g ' ' jj": , H 'z 2 ' 2 ' M 2 .V ' Q fa " - d- - A 'V gif' . "-' ' ' ff 3 . y viy' 'lg - ' S 1 K' ' 61 i f 'L , .t Int' in ' 'z 'j ' z 5' i , Z' y-1 -I tlvi "1 N vc . ' -' ' O w Q ' 5 1 1 1 ' " ' 2 , tl ' i z z' ' . i l 'z " 1 t' ' ' ' ' '- . ' 'g x ' 2. 5 Az ' it i . ' ' ' ' 'Ki i ' 'z ' " J 'z " Af: S , M' ' 1 ' A . 1 1 ' S ' ' ' . 2, " ' "f z' ' ': ' ' ' ' . I1 . 1 . . .1 , ' .2 'S' ' ' Q .' . 4 ' ' ' J . 'fs " ' If 2 N f 1 ' ' ' H ' " ' ' 2 ' . ' ' . . , ' ' " ' 1 - S' ' j: . ' 1 ' ' . 'nn 11 2 4 5 2 . . .4 . . - -I FHL HIGH SLI-IOOL IIVIPS LL P The I-hgh Sthool I 1br11y 1112. been 1d1111ttccl to lllLlll bersh1p 1n the State I'I1StO1lC'll Souety of Iowa I ont qrlhrarll .Macllson has three other members of th1s socmty Cattermole MBIIIOIIHI L1hrary Supt h. P Schall and Mr J P L1 ll k shank The State HlStOT1Cal Souety was organwed ID 1857 ind Ill ldc a state 1nst1tut1on 1n 1872 The state allows 512000 lnnually fo1 the sup port of th1s SOC1Cty Wl1lCl'l 15 loc Lted at Iowa C,1ty1n the H all of I 1ber 11 Arts H1stor1cal research and pubhc Ltlon are the dOll1lI1lIlt tunttmns It endevors to COl'l1Pll6 pubhsh and clzstllbute ALLLII ite SClLI11lf'-1C hw tor1cal hterature and 'urns to make the IIISIOTY of the St mte 1ccess1ble to all The work of h1stor1ca1 research 'Lnd 1nvest1g ltlOl1 IS done lirgely by spec1al1sts under the d1rect1on of the supermttndent It IS the um of the Soclety to make every 1nVest1gat1on exh1ust1ve As soon 'ts the support of the Souety w1ll pernut the CSlQll'WllSl'lll1CIlt of a burc H101 h1stor1cal research both at Des MOIIICS and at Washm fton D C, IS con templated The SOC16tY mtends to SCIVC LI'OI'l1Ptly 111 leg1t1m ttf. zequests from the c1t1zens of the State for hxstt r1c1l lI1lO1'Ill'11lOl'l Sxnte lts estabhshment It has mamtamed a llhr 1ry of books pamphlets and man uscr1pts for the use of those 1nterested 111 the study of Iowa 'md Amen can H1story as well as for the beneht of those engaged 111 SCICIIIIIIL. IC search In 1909 the xnventory recorded t1t1es accesmoned 35 000 and bound news papers 1943 Bes1des the collechon of t1tles bearmg upon the h1story of Iowa and the Un1ted States the L1brary cont uns the var1ous oHC1c1al and sc1ent1fic p11bl1cat1ons of the Umted States gOVLl n ment pubhcahons 1ssued by the authouty ofthe State of low 1 the l1ws of the Terr1tor1es and States of the MISSISSIPPI Valley and the pubhca hons of the var1ous 1nst1tut1ons of the whole country The pllbllC3tlOl'lS lssued by the Soc1ety may be grouped under the followmg heads 'Ihe Quarterly The Publlc Arch1ves The Iowa Bmgraphlcal Ser1es The Iowa Economlc I-I1story Ser1es The M1scell1neous Pubhcatuons and the Bulle tlHS of Inforrnatlon The membersh1p fee IS one dollar per year for l1brar1es and the advantage of membersh1p IS that we rece1ve all of the above pubhcatnons Mmuon Gz1s1oN 16 , 4. .w M, .. , ,. " xw ' f A -1 1. - ' . . - -I . . . .. 1 e C tx - L T L. 4 - ,-1 ' , '. . ', - . , . . ,- , . . . . . . 1- . ' . 1 Q ' . . - , 2 . ' Q - , C z ' 2 - 1 , 2 z ' c. 1 - 1 - I 1- - 1 s ' C . ' z 2 . . . S 2 . z , I , . . . 1 l . 1 .Q .T C. - T .' ' , ' 5 1. 'N 1 f . . N . . . . 5 , . ., . - , . ' 1 1 . . . ' , , . ., ,. - ,, c 1. ' . , - . , - - 1 1 -- w v , . , , ., . . V - . , -. 1 , . . - . llll llll ll SLIIUUI fl III S Vlfc seldom have the nrrvrlegc oi knowrng what the idunuu oprnron ol rlumnr students rs reg xrdrng Ihe Hr ll Sc lrool Irmcs Suggcstrons and crrtrcrsms from them tre cslecrally if llLL1llLI het ruse there rs 1 strong bond of syrnpathy between those who lr we p lk-'SLL1 from the port rls ofthe rnstrtutron out rnto the varrous walks of lrfe ind those who are strugghng wrth rts Lctrvrtres and but tusc thcrr knowledge corrccr mug the edrtrng of fhe Hrgh School 'I mms w ts uncd by cxperrcncc The Iollowrng note was certarnly encouragrn tml nr ly serve IS a sus estron to other aluurnr However adverse trrtrusms wrll he gr xlefully rccerved because they help us tow'ud rml rovement Rochester N Y Nov 10 1910 Nlrss Nl rr ron fr xstorr hdrtor I-Irgh School Irmes Dear Prrend I 'un rust rn rucrpt of the Hrst number of Phe Hugh School Trmes 1nd wrsh to expr ess my it prov ll of rt 'I he staff and therr leader deserve much credrl for putting out 1 frne p If er The cuts are great the whole arrangemerrt rs good incl the hter try work as far as I have had tune to dup rnto lt rs up to 1 ood stand rrd I .fun fflad to see the staff so full I thrnk the Irmes now has the rrght ruler of 1 school p tper 'I here rs and alwiys wrll he a wum spot rn my heart for old F M H S and rts rnterests Please tccept my hcartrcst conbratulatrons both for yourself and for 'rll members of the st rff ul on tlrrs nr st rssue of the Trmes and recerve as well my best wrshes for 1 contrnued prosperrty Qrnccrely yours Joram A Jrssur 10 Erstwhrle edrtor DPI-luluatunl We wrsh to commend the char 'icter of the Declama tory Lontest grven 'tt the Oper 1 House on December Innrk 6 under the ausprces ol the Southeastern Iowa Short Course More ol such entertarnments would be benehcnl to the com munrty because they st1mul'1te an rnterest rn school actrvrtres and are rn themselves rnstructne and uplrftmg All of the speakers were force L - 1 . 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'L . . , x . . 4 , - .. , - 1 - , ., . 1 . .. , , ,y . . u fill IIICJH SCIIUUI fllfll N full yet ple lS Lnt Ill the dehvery ol then seleetlons xnd lelletled honor upon the schools whxeh they represented Mlss Helen Wzllxrd who won second place for Fort M1LllSOll IS 1 repxesentttlve of whom we may justly be proud She not only won honor fol herself md for the school but leflected much eredlt upon the c1p tble ll'l'stFllCtlOl1 yven hcl by Mlss Byram Although these contests h we been held rn Iowa even ye ll for some tune Fort M tdxson h lSl1CVCl bCfOILl3L4.,l1 mepxesented We have long felt the need of tralnlng 1n deelxm Ltory woxk Supt Sehtll sald to the school it the b65NlI'1l1l1'lg of the ye n Om Hlgll School his yet to chscover 1ts ab1hty 'dong the hne of puhhc spe llxlllg A grett ad v1ncen1ent 111 th lt work IS bexng made undex the L,XkLllLI1tSIILWCIVISIOD of MISS Byram She IS thoroughly efhcnent and h is lmd mueh suceesslul experlence 111 her work We 'Lrc lIldCE,ll fortun tte ID h LVIIIR her wllh us th1s ye xr Mmuow hxsnm an 07111' and IH the prevxous one? Wlmy not read them md iafdhffg learn to know the hve busmess men of the town those who are mterested 1n the success of our school and our p1pe1' Such men deserve to be patronlzecl In our husmess relttnons w1th them we have recelved the most courteous treatment It IS thelr hberal su port that makes the pubhcatlon of our paper posmhle Fort Nlwhson xs 1ndeed fortunate 1n h3VlDg such rehable 'md progressive bl1S1HCSS men among xts cltxzens Wm HPLSING L L 4 1 .I-!'l'i1El'I"Q:"l:f.h-,DT 18 ' -5 ' N - ' , ' ,f if I2 .'l h , 1 ' 1 D. ' k' L h ' 4 nf. Z 'N I ' ' 1 l W I s I I .' b 'V' ' . 2 1 ' ' Z 1 . ! 2 'k EL ' 1 1 x x - - lb' I I ' . ' ' ' ' z 2 ' . S , ' 1 2 i. .i . .i ,5 ij r . . . . L , . . 5 2 V. , Z - c ' 1 ' ' I 1 ' - w - 1 n K- - . . I I . , 2 I . 2 . i l , t . z . - Have you read the ads in this issue of " l'he limes" . . 1 2 L e -1 ! t . 'f , C 1 ' . I p ' ' ' L ' ' . 1 ' f 'if - 1 -1 ii- -Sig 'f. . .MV r ...e ff 111 , A V ' : 'vnu' I 1' .a J' V "re -. ',ef-,f'1- 4. - -1 -I '. 4z1,f'-J.'f- r , -- f , ' r -1 " 3? f ' N N xx urls, U-Fm: I A X3 -Pad T f 1g'gqwf.!!.wy A H, lt " " A 1 X fn mm Y L F fx, X I w-1--F -J, -Q! ev P wgpah M1ss Glldys Parker 11 spent her Thanksglvlng vacatlon nn Argen txne Kansas OsearSt1ne 1 former member of the Semor class VlSl1Cd school October 20 M1ss Gertrude Dinan 12 vlslted ln St Paul Mlnnesota for several cl lys Muss Hillne Upshaw w1s out of school several days th1s quarter on '1CCOLll'ltOf 1llness MISS Ecllth Wnld spent hen I1hankSg1v1n5 vacdtlon at St Joesepll M1SSOllfl MIQS Ethel Ne tson 1 former member of the class of 13 VlS1tCd school November 30 M1ssesZellaGneene and VlVl'1H Vertrees of Mornmg Sun spent the Thanksgwmg vac xtuon w1th Mzsses Martha and Esther Benbow and lttended the footb All gune Mlss Chtheryne Looke spent her Th'1nksg1v1ng vacatxon at her home L1Clede MIQSOUII Miss Fmnle Hmes 14 was lbsent from school several days on 'Lccount of lllness A number of frlends of the school attended the Thanksglvnng pro slillll Wednesday November 30 They were Frink Kllne Robert Salxnder Conradt Hasse Edwftrd MTTSIITI1 Ruth Bueter Mary Bueter Helen Huffhes Margaret Gxst Helen Weber Rhea B1rry Mrs M A Jack son Mrs D Is Kern Mrs L H Lurrey Mrs M L Bowen Mrs F H Weber Mrs I C Mayor Mrs J 'I Monlson Mrs G NI Hanchette Mrs A D1nan,Mrs A L B1lderback,lV1rs G Barnes, Mrs L R Traverse, Mrs J A Burton, Mrs H C Hennes, Mrs H H Masden, Mrs F Park, Mrs C, G Klme, Mrs G A Parker, and Mrs W H Brayton 1.':'ff'e-:.:,5 if 'A A ' dw ,V gxi5,3gt X1 . 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SLl1UOl llvll S MISSCS Lookc, K11oeptle1 LLIIIIIIIIIWSXS L uret LH ljyl 1111 1111 Messrs SL,l'1lll Mltllews lnd D1ck l1'tL,l'l1lLL1 the lclchcrs Lo11ve1l1o11 held tt Des Momes Iowa 1n November M1SS lzsther Bueter 14 wis llWSl,l'lt from school two 11131511115 quarter on lccount of sxckness MISS Zella Byrml spent I'l111ksf1v111g v1c 1111111 at 111 1 1. Galesburg Ill1I1OlS MISS Merle Cooper 12 spent the Ih 1l1kSQlVlllg vxc itxon lt Buckhn M15SOLlT1 On NOVCIIIDCI the fnst the p1el1111111 111 det 1.1111 xtory 101111.51 W15 held 1n tl1e lLlL1ltOI'lllll1 ot the I11 fl1 school At tl1IS tune HLlen W1ll lftl M1r1e VVebe1 Mi.T1Oll biston QTCIILVILVL I+ll1ott Esther Benbow 11111 Flo1ence Hopley were chosen to 111111.11 on the p1ogr 1111 Decembex the second At the second contest Helen W1l1 1rd w 18 IVCH F119-t pl :ce 1.111 M1f18 Weber Lnd Lrenev1eve l:,1l1ott the 51110111 ind tlurd pl1cf1s YL spectlvely All of the contestants rxnked lugh 1nd zevealed the w 11k that h1d been lCCOUlfllSl1Cd bv tl'1CIllSClVl,S 11111 the l1lStlLlL.tOI' M155 Byram l'he judges were Dr b1111o11ds of l,11lesb11rg MCSSI5 1-l D1 Keal and R K Lorlett of Burhnston low 1 lhe l11l1SlC was f11rn1shed by the H1gh School Boys blee Llub Mllh uutet Orchestz 1 11111 k71IlS frlo A large ind app-rec1'1t1ve tudnnce w1s present Mr D1ck Lncl M155 Knoepfler spent L lew d us t the r homes 1 Cedar Falls M155 L1lll1H Bruene1 111111101 111 the Q,l1llllL,Otl1C H1011 School vxslted school w1tl1 Lou1se Slllltll All the g1rl5 who ongmilly entered the decl 1111 1tory contest e11te1 tuned the Denm lrk Vl9ltOfS lt '1 sp11 ld Lt M 1111. VVCDBI s l1OlHC afte1 the prel1n11nary contest DCCCIHDEI second Lurhne Sneath wls lbS6l'1t1-IOIII school 1 week bec111se of 111111.55 bhe 1115 chscontnnued two of her stud1es on account of 111 health John Fr1.nc1s w is 'lbsent from SCllOOl seven ll cl ays K'1.ther1ne Roberts was absent from school October 17 on account of 111ness Dorothy Roberts was absent from school November 16 Lnd 30 be cause of s1ckness M155 Irene Lombard v151ted school w1th Lou1se Sm1th on November fxrst 6 20 . f. Y Y . . 1. 4.. 4 I x 4 .1 45 51' 1 ', '11 11 ' . 2 d "1 . 1 1 1 . 11 , ,1 , 1 1 1 . . , . 1 . 1 . ,.- , 1 ,. 11 1 1 1 4 1,1 1 1. 1 1 1 1, 1. . ' ', ' 1 1 . 1, 1. , . 1 1 1 , 11 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 L 1 ll 'JS ' z'1 1 1" 1o111' 111 . ." 1 1' 1 " 2 ' 1 , k " . . . ' ' . ., 1. . . 1 ,. . . 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 A " . 1' ' 1 . 1 Y . 1 1 , .l D 1 . -i X 1 , 1 1. , - , ,1 1 . , , 1 1 . ., . . 1 . . 1 . ' ' ' 1 21' Q " 2 zz 1 1 2 f 1"' 1 1 ' 1 "- . 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HIGH SCIIOOL TIMES M1s-ses Helen K1stler and I:.mm'1 Gruendyke spent their Thanks glvlng v1c1t1on ln Nlarcehne MISSOUFI SI he followtng 18 chpped from the report of Mr Sxmonds of Gales b xrg one of the jud fc tt the prehmxnary dcclunatory contest The artncle prmted ln Ihe Evenlng Democrat The s1x young women who took part were perfect IH the commlt ment of thexr selectzons and exhlbnted an unusual degree of ease and self possesswn It was a dufhcult matter to decxde upon the ments of the respective contestants and there was conslderable dxverslty of op1n1on among the judges 1 fact whlch IH xtself speaks for the general excellence of the contest as a whole Mass Wxllard g we The Slgn of the Cross by Wllson Barrett her work was sympathetlc and finely toned throughout Mxss W1llard dls played an mtellxgent conceptlon of the characters cons1derable reserve power and a f:1DlShCd style M1ss Webers selectxon was Mark Twams thrxlhng narrat1ve The Death Dusk a story of Cromwells txme It IS a piece wluch calls lor great dramatxc powel and Mlss Weber was very successful partncuhrlv 1n her xnterpretahon of the character of Abbie the llttle herorne The auchence followed her portrayal of the pathetlc scene wlth deet est mtcrest Whale all the contestants are worthy of 1nd1v1dual praxse especlal COITll118IldclflOI'! should be gxven to the work of Genevleve Elliott who reclted the scene between Jean Valjean and the Blshop ln V1CtOF Hago s gre mt romance and to that of Florence Hopley who gave the pretty story lhe Fmddle Told by Nora Franklm Whxle these two selectxons lacked the dramatic 1ntens1ty of those already descrlbed they had the charm of naturalness and feehng Mlss Gaston and Mlss Benbow llso deserve great pra1se for thelr excellent work and wxll be heard from 1n the future One evening of the South Eastern Iowa Short Course held ln Ft MAQJISOII was devoted to 1 decl tnlatory contest 'l he followmg schools wele lepresented Wluttler Academy Salem Denmark Academy the hugh schools of Ft Mtdxson Keokuk Mt Pleasant and Montrose and Samt Joseph s School of Ft Maduson The first prlze of S25 was glven to Bernard Dxelker of Denmark Academy the second S15 to Helen Wmllard the bt Madmson Hugh School representatxve the thxrd S10 to Cecxl Smith of Mt Pleasant and the fourth S5 to Rlchard Fahey of Sa1nt Joseph s School 'l he contest was a very close one the first place recelvxng a mark of 93 2 3 pen cent and the second 93 1 3 per cent The large and apprec1at1ve aud1ence enyoyed some of the best amateur dramahc abxlnty ever dlsplayed ln thls sectlon of the country Muslc was furmshed by both the G1rls and Boys Glee Clubs The selectxons were well rece1ved and reflected credlt upon the superv1sors M155 Nlanne Welch and Warden J C Sanders ' ' 7 ' ' J 21 - . - .. - T ' 1 , - 1 . . , . . 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I 1 1 , . , , . . , - ' Y . . 1 ' Y Y ' I 'AY XP Q Q rf T XJ 5 '-'-xXjjLlXl X XX The sophomores enjoyed a Htllowe eu cl rss puty it thc, home Esther Benbow on Monday evenlng October 31 The house wls ap proprmtely decorated ln the hlgll school :nd class colors one room being scarlet and black and another green llll gold Pumpknns were scattered about ln nooks and out of the way corners A delxcxous lunch was served by three junlors and three freshmen The B M Club met at the home of Gladys Plrken on Htllowc en to take advantage of the spxrxts walkmg tbro td on th tt mght and to le trn thelr fates Llgllt refreshments were served The nt uds dep u ted it alate hour glad that there 15 a t1me when one may clearly see he1 future On the evening of November 22 a group of hugh scho ml students Chaperoned by Mlss Byram and Mr Pau Picker dlove to Denmark to attend the declam rtory contest held at the Acvlemy Ihxough thc kxndness of Warden J C Sanders the party were taken 1n hns carxy ill After the contest wh1ch the g1rls thoroudhly enjoyed they were lnvxted to the home of Mrs Goss where a lunch w as served md 1 vexy pleas rut social hour was spent The members of the party wexe Mlss Byram Mr Packer Genevleve Elhott Florence Hopley Esther Benbow Mule Weber Helen Wlllard Martha Benbow Elma Colvlu Irma Huebner Helen Packer Nellle Yound Elonse 'lraverse and M1r1on baston The semor class enterteuned the juniors and members of the he ulty at the Marquette bu1ld1ng Saturday evenxng November 12 at an ID door track meet Among the contests of the evenmg were the com put the needle race and the foot ball game the latte: played by senlor and junmor boys wxth empty egg shells the semor belng vnctorlous After these games dltferent songs were sung and the me nbers of the Glee Club favored the crowd wlth several selectuons Supper was served ln the evenxng by members of the Sen1or class after whxch xmpromptu toasts were glven by Mr Mathews M1 s Byram Ruth Schaper, Helen Packer, V1ctor Hurt, Julna HOf:f.HlC1SlBT Harvey Cregan, and Dell Scott . .. , I I C ,bl FSS f -5-2, . ,5 Zz- 'L M, X 1 , 5 it gun -WM QP 4. 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The Phxlomathein Soclety met on October 7 and the followmg program was QIVCH Musrc Nelhc Corrxgan recxtahon Bess1e Tucker story Helen Weul speech Lomparxson of Tennyson and Brownxng Mary Cxsey deb 1te Resolved fhat Tennyson the poet lnfluenced England more th in D1ckens the novehst afflrmahve Gladys Parker and M1ldred Le uy l'16dilIV6 Marlon Gaston and H1zelRokhar solo Bess1e Tucker essay Tennysons Late K1tt1e Glaha story Marletta Kanefl recxtatlon Marle btemple The whole program was very much appreciated The ard wh1ch the Socmety 1s :vm the gurls was shown by their excellent program A pr ugram COl1SlbtlI1g mostly of selechons for Hallowe en was given on Octobcx '78 lhc Orxgm of Halloween by Gladys Parker and Halloween in Other Countrles by Kxttxe Glaha were humorous and mterestmg The recntatnons of Hazel Wellmgton V1lura Barnes and Esther Beuter sl1ow that our freshman members possess no httle talent The Society was flVO16d w1tl1 ongmal stones by Mane Stempel Han n 1h Rasmussen Lnd Hxllue Upshaw A qualtette consxshng of Bessxe fucker Haael Welhngton Lomse Smxth and Marlon Gaston rendered a most ple Lsm f selectlon Marlon Gaston gave a speech on Medmaev 11 Gmlds and Modern Trusts The questlon Resolved That trusts and monopohes are a pos1t1ve mjury to the country Hnancxally was deb'1ted The Ell:'l:lI'Ill21tlV6 was supported by Mary Casev and Bessxe Tucker the negatrve by Helen Well 'and Manetta Kaneff The R1ley program whnch was gzven on November 11 was especlally lnterestmg Hazel Rokhar gave Ruleys Our KI ld of a Man Marie Dansys renderxng of Old Aunt Mary was espec1ally flne The open program gxven before the Assembly on Thanksglvlng was for the most 1 - a . 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Tllb HIC I1 .SCIIOUL TI 11145 part the work of members ofthe PllllOl11ltllLll1 Soclety Seven ll se lCCt1OHS from outs1de sources were supplemented for the lI'Ogldl1l lhe Boys and Glrls Lrlee Clubs rendered b6lCL,l.lOl15 cspecnlly pleasnn t everyone The only musncal number furnnshed by lnyone not m school was the cornet duet by Messrs Sanders and Stevenson acconnpamcd on the P1 lno by Mxss Pruell nge We hope th tt thxs w1ll not be the only tune that they w1ll favol us w1th then' SplBlld1dl1'lLlblC lhe point deb Llc given by the boys and glrls was one of the best features of the program Although outslde of the Pll1lOll1ltl1L U1 pro runs verv little mltenhon h ts been gxven prevnously to the debatmff everyone feels th tt our school h good talent for that hne of wolk Other mexnbel s of the school who wele on the program alded gre ltly 111 m xklng at a success lhe Deb :te R solved That all lllgll school students should be reqmred to carry two ye u s of some forelgn language xn older to graduate was very tbly d1sCL19S8kl b B83ff1CC Carxoll and Lou1se Smith lHlll'l1'ltlVC Marle Wcluer and Klttll, Glaha negatlve Storles by Gladys Paxker 1nd Mary Clsey wexe splendid Everyone engoyed Nelhe Corrlgan s ess ay on Person ll Tramts and Anecdotes of Rlley We were favored wnth 1 Voc 11 duet by Vxlura Barnes and Hazel Welllngton Bess1e Tucker gave a most lll terestxng paper Cornparlson of Flelcl and Riley Marnetta Kaneffs and June M1llers recxtltlons both poems of Rllcy were well gnven lhc. story of Rlley s hfe was read by Halhe Upshaw lhe progr un closed w1th a plano solo by Beatrlce Carroll 9 45t'g'9 yt, zt,4,dfvI6'l'9ffl! 4 A: ,"?7c P W lg? lk +3gl5gx'R:i ra Y' if To Q 1, 5 4- mm I gg , ,ti gg ,jf nb-awk' I """" A E RQ' ig' 1 f l g I K 47 Z Ifflfllfllg l L 24 A ' I ' f' QQ ', I ' 1 'z " . 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N' 1, gk is , ' W' - ., .J J - t ' L, .. 5 " ' fb T f4,S,,,,, 4-'J V V has been called otlfand that a healthy mascot IS ln hls shoes We need the mascot we can survxve the loss of the Jonah Followmg the Keokuk game we won from the Alumnl by a score of 10 6 ln a ragged game Cal thage came here and the score was 0 0 011 Salems grounds we were defeated 15 5 Followmg that Carthage de fe Lted us at Ltrthage by a score too large to look well m prmt A ray of sunlight came when we defeated Salem on our home ground by a score of 12 5 The 'lh2l,Uk'SglV1Dg game w1th Keokuk played here sulted ID another defeat of 12 0 Th1s battle was waged amld the great est cnthusmsm ever wltnessed on Madlson Fleld Too much can not be sa1d of the spurnt that permeated the student body It was clearly shown upon the Slde lmes of the field dur1ng thls last game that even the F M H 5 wh1ch has been cla1med by many to be decldedly dead ID sp1r1t xs st1ll among the lnvmg and ls only waltlng for an opportumty to dxsplav the same beldom IS lt posslble to stxr up enthuslasm to the hugh pntch that was obtamed by the two mass meetxngs Thls IS started now so let every one be a booster for all athletncs IH the school and Ill a short tlme we can poant wxth prxde to our teams The outlook for next season IS very encouragmg as we w1ll lose but one man Capt Ekms Several good players w1ll come mto the hmgh sehool fl om the elghth grade and several of the freshmen are de veloplng lnto strong men A revnew of the work ofthe mdxvmdual men brlngs out some lnter estmg facts Fred Eklns semor was elected captaxn the first of the year At full back he played an excephonally strong game and was a good hue plunger In tlght places the team always looked to hlm and v --f. -. , M, '- . 1 3 ", N' fl 1 1 c H f if , no A f il 1 1 ,fa I 1 'f If R ' W l 1 , , A V 1 'Q 1 1 '-4.1 l l p 4 A Q 1 I :lk Al 1 fl Al l A Ali M' lg AL .1 J -J? " With the close of the football season for 1910, is it hoped the A'Jonah" . 1 - . ' , ' ' ' re- THE HIFH SCHOOL TIWIFN he never f'uled them Klme at r1ght half played LH excepbon ally ellcct uve ga ne IH defensnve work only two touchdowns bemg m ide mound the Tl ht end l-le wts supported by Fltthead Watknns who pn wvcd to be one of the nerv1est men on the team hls work on fol w'u l p uses bexn one of the features of h1s game Conradt left htlf pl tyed 'tn un usually conslstent game for a new man Ilette 'lt quarter was one of the s'ars hxs lndxvldual work be1ng ofa spectacular chlracter Dell bcott semor 'Lt left end received 1nj.1r1es at the fir-.t of the sem-.on whlch prevented hns playmg ln any of the h3.ldfOl1gllt unes Rncl mond ajun1or at center or left end showed the most ie felopxnent of my man on the team Although hns Hrst year he was the best centex developed durmg the season hxs defensxve work ln the Thank glVlI'lg game bemg one of 1ts strong features Hansm an at left tackle was one of the strongest lme men Hxs offensnve and dcfenslve work was of that efhclent character so essenhal to a strong team Spxnk Pmrk and Mc Clurg gwe excellent promuse for next yea: s team M1ll61 right tackle proved a very speedy man and a ground gamer It rs expect ed he wlll be ID the back field next year Wahrer center ,layed a very strong game untll he recelved lnjurnes ln the last Czrth nge game wh1ch compelled hlm to stay out of the remalnmg games Lomb ard 'mt r1ght tackle played a strong game the entlre season and would sulely h we made the back field had he not been slow un startxng P urrex sub end wnll be one of the stars when he develops Tucker I-lentzmnn Han chett and Lans1ng are all strong men who wlth another ye :rs we1ght 1nd experlence wull prove up mn good style At the meetmg held at the close of the season Ilette was elected captaxn for next year The followmg have been awarded monogr :ms EklDS Klxne Conradt Ilette Watkins Hansman Pxrk and R1chmond The basket ball season opened wxth above thxrty Fzve men out for practlce under the dlrectlon of Mr Mathews Everythmg polnts wnth favor toward Chances for a very fast team and one that wlll be hard to beat Although class games have not been arranged It 19 expected they w1ll begun before long The gxrls are workxng 1nto fine form and already have a schedule be fore them but xt w111 not begm untll January The first and second teams have practxcally been chosen and al though the date has not been set the class games w1ll beg1n before long The gnrls have every pOSS1blllty of makmg thxs year s team a strong one and a team well fitted to represent the school Z6 I 1 L4 ,. 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XCHANGE Red and White Iowa Lxty Iowa your paper IS good 1n all de partments Oracle Bangor Mune you are one of our good exchanges Your p Lpcr coald be improved by TCUIOVID f the table of contents from Rustlex Freem ant Nebraska ns among our best exchanges Advance Orc tt 1 Lahforma your annual w ts splendld The paper shows the suppmt ol your school but one needs only to turn to your 'tdvertxsmg sectxon to see that you have also the support of the bugmgsg men of your clty Pebbles Marshalltown Iow 1 yours zs a very c1ed1table paper South bnde Stevens 15 1 good story your hterary department IS hardly hrge enough lly addmg another story Gong Escondxdo L,al1forn1a we enjoyed your annual It was very cl1ssy Argus Mltcllell South Dakota we were gl ld to hear from you 1g'un th1s yeal Couldn t you find a better place for the names of the members of your staff th an on the page w1th the table of contents7 Comment Keokuk Iowa your stones were both fine A few more departments would mmprove your paper Ink Spots Mason C1ty Iowa IS a very attractlve paper Q Qmncy Illnnols we are always glad to hear from you Hon J W Caesar Mayor of Rome IS an especlally clever story Casls Reno Nevada your paper IS good but we hardly thunk that the advertxsmg department IS the best place for jokes School Mxrron W1lbur Washxngton your humorous department needs a few more pokes I .I QN'f','-I ll .,f, , n 5 If I - 3 L af I ..5A-7 A , 2. V ' l' J' lx: I A ' 1 3 .' K VA al rw .1 h 4 I'-IEW - . X- ' 7 '1 ' f' , T ,J ,M , , V fy v5 - - ' af. , K' 'X I lx V4 n - M if r 1 ' 1 I ' .I ., , A . A I - lT' I Z D ' v I I l I S f the cover and adding a few more cuts. .. Q .,, V . , X 1 1 v s v - . .. , ., , 1 -r . . I Q . L gf. L . N 1 x- ' Q .. ,, b 1 I . 1 . - 1 f - 1 1 1 I - . .. .. D ,. - , . . . . . , . g . , Q . . I .. Y, . - . . . - - , , . . . . ll 'Y , L .qui 1 .. .. . . . 1 , , 1 . . . ' . .. ,, , . . , , - 0 u ,, . - - - 9 - 1 1 - .. ,, . . . X. . , . - - 7 ,, . . . . . , . . ns . ,, - . ' 1 v 1 1 .. . . - . . . THE HIGI1 SCHOOL TIWIFS O Osktloost Iowa a paper of well developed dcputments Our criticism is that you mix the ads with other matte1 Newtonn Newton Iowa the work of in thle l is showi your paper The joke column is clever and the cuts especially origin xl Aurorin 1. fine p1per except that you m tke the common mistake of putting ads in with the reading matter Tatler Grundy Center Iowa although small you are interesting throughout Clmtonion Clinton Iowa is a brezzy paper showin the loyzl sup port of the school Echoes Council Bluffs Iowa the best fe1tures of youx p iper ue your original cuts Your Thanksgiving stories are also good Spectator West Waterloo High School we scir ely ipprove of continued stories for a high school paper Otherwise your piper is good Tahoma Tocoma Washington do not put tdvextisements in with your other departments The reading m1tter should be of gre wtcst im are clever and the stories great We are grateful tor the receipt of the following p ipers Y ile Alum ni Weekly Daily Iowan Drake Delphic Southeln Letter Knox Student Iowa Agrlculturist Cosmas Unit Purple ind Grey Pex haps SAARC!-I LIGHTS PROM ABROAD High School T1n1es displays a competent editorial staff Red and White Iowa City Iowa High School Times your commencement number is ce: t'unly hne Your stories are great especially Circumstances Alter Cnses Peb bles Marshalltown Iowa High School Times Where did you get the ldei of h'lVlIlg your Exchange column tucked away among the advertisements? The head mg for the josh column is clever but your jokes are not O1s1s Reno Nevada We accept the latter cr1t1c1sm cheerfully but plead not guilty to the former accusation Look again you are mistaken High School Times you have a fine commencement number Crocus Mitchell South Dakota Better late than never but Fort Madison Times your ithletic de partment made a good showing your jokes were fine and as a whole your commencement number was a classy edition Clintonian Clin ton Iowa 28 . ,S " 1 ," , , 2 1 stall 5 1 in 4 Mc 1. , Q . 1. . . 1 - - in r ' 4 l I 1 I .I i - , 4 . , 'L c 1 1 I 1 1 - ' 1 I K I Q c ,Lu ' - portance. Aside from this, your Ozone number is splendid. The cuts z 5: 2 - - 11 r - 11 -I - 11 - . 11 H v 7 Y 1 5 ., .. .Q .N ,, .. ,, 1. . ., .. t ,. .. 4 1 1 1 1 K i ' ll ,, - . . f, . ,, . l I , . sn .S l L l , . c . . . ' ,1 1 Y ' , . . . . . - I 541' . ,, 1 ' I I I V n I ' I r a . . Il yy n 1 . . H 4 . 7 . 1 1 1 4 ' 7 1 1 . , . . ,, .. . , ,, . . , ' , . SPLASHES It IS e my enough to be ple lSlI1t When hfe flows LlODg l1ke a song But the 111 ln WOIl.ll wh1le lS1hL 1111111 who Wlll '-1111116 When evely 1111116 goes de ld wrong .ELLA WIJLLILLILR WILCOX P1 1nk Mc Clurg 111 freslnn in En 11511 Ol the two paths the longer 15 the Sl1Ol1CI' AN ODI' IO IHE CLASS OF 14 O 1llustr1ous ellss of 14 M Ly your honors never 111111 M lv vou never need much exhortmg lo get to the top 1nd Wlll M LY youl number never lessen Of the class of 1914 And 11'-. welfare dl llllx Ruth Schaper to M195 Byrarn 111 CICQTO Now whxeh l1ne are you 111' Prmk Gxoce 1n pl1ys1c1l geography W11at page IS that rock on? r D1ek It s on the ground not on the page A fat 111 ID s hugh IS 11611 ty A th1n man s l'1udh IS h'1Ie But the muth of a httle C1Ogg1C Is measured by h1s tale X Mr M1thews IH assembly There has been some complaunt about your 1ur1r11ng thlough the halls Now tlllg can be aVO1dCd by wall-ung Bflght jumor 1n Towers store I would l1ke to look at some s1lk Clerk Do you want colored s11kf Jumor No I want p1nk Mr D1ck 1D COI11l116I'Cl3l geography It IS much easxer to F3158 cane thas beets I HEI ' 1 ' I EE 4 " 'S ,Z h- V , f 1 .1 gl A 2 ' ' ' fn 1 ' ' mi 0' ' Z -H Y. -I i . 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H SCI-1001 F1141 S A lxttle 1ron 1 eunnxnd Lllll A box of powder a pretty N111 A llttle 1 un iw xy xt goes A homely blrl wlth 1 freckled nose Mr Stndexs Phe trouble as Vou u sxn better before th tn Lf LI t'lklI'laL, dinner Dlscovered lhe North Pole loc'1ted Lt the south west corner of the lllgll school blllldlllg A hunch ot 111 fh school xrls Mr Dlck rn Commereml g6Ogl"lplly Wh tt would you consxder tht food stuffs Fred Ekxns Well lt would be h Ly or o tts Wtmmxltlnt lt I-IaLel Kennedy prefers beott to lll other ruthors The Fort M'ldlSOH 111 fh school h as ldopted a new system of tmmc I A M L11 h school tlme 15 five nunutes liter than the tune used by t1e Fort Mad1son people At 1 30 the lllgll school t1me 1s five mmutes too fist quxte 1 pr'LCt1c Ll method Mxss Okell ln En0'l1sh l What do xou thunk of P:Lsc1ll1s descrlp t1on of men? Ernest Smxth I thxnk th tt she just w lnted to tllk' Flrst freshxc. Where 19 Carth xge meanxns 1 clty IH Afrlcv. Second freshne It s oven Ill Ilhnous somewhere Football boy What do you e'1t +o keep ln football COlldltlOll'J Coach Trick meet Esther Ixuxther 111 L ttln He pl Lced the sold1ers ln the horn wxng MISS Cummlngs tn ILflgllSl1 III When you were freshmen what kmd of d1scourse d1d you study? Ruth Schaper Faxry tales Mass Byram rn V1rgnl Begln there MRFIOH from where you have Feacher Whit three words ire used most lI'1 school' Freshxe I dont know Teacher Correct Ex Mr Dmck ln physxcs Why does henghtenlng the temperature hasten evaporat1on'P Fred Ekxns Because lt makes It warmer , . 7 N , , 1, . I x 4 r 4m ' L ZS ' , 'W ff ' 1 'z , 1 2 si 2 s - - A . z ' , 1 cl 1 S g - - '- 1 2 t' ' . i . ., . . . ,. , 1 ' . z ' ' A ' . . ' ' il ', -. 0" .l tm -5 t , , ' 2 z , 1 ' ' 5 ' r 3,- ' 3. , L ' z 1 , " ' N " . , , , . , . . . E S S B. . 1 V- 2 , X, - ' 2 .U . .i . 1 r V . I . , . 6 r - . 2 . 2 . z . , . . Z . - zs ' , X 5 ' IY . ' 2 5 F z 1 '. . . .. . -,, . , . . , '. . . r . 1 . 2 . , . . . . 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' il . .. . . ,. . . 17114 HIGH SCIJOOI TJWIHS John Fr1nc:1s when he I1 td hm eold asked NI15Q Cunlnungs 1n the voxee of lcllll P1110 e Ill try W111t11o you want' MISS Llllllllllll I w :nt you to qlllt squeakmg ms Byl un Ltt n 111 wlll you please open bo 1 those wmdows Ha11yISI1ne S1r I stole 1 k1-.s the other nz ht My eonsmente huxt xl uk I thunk Ill have to go IODI l1t And put the hl uned thmg, bac 11 M1ss CZLIIIIIHIDSS 111 l1'll1Sll I1 Loume what defeetb 111 Scotts h ll 1eter1 Iouxse Snnth I-Ie was lune Two freshman 01113 COl11llll1l'1lL'lf1Ilg about football Esther Bueter We have 1 dame here Ihanksdwmg w1th Keokuk Hmlhe Upshaw O tl11t IS nght rlldIlkSglV1I1g' comes on Saturday tlllsn yeal LCVE S DREAM 1 1nd I just you ind WCIC wandermff on together And you ind I lust you lndl Were lovers true forever And love s young dream Lbout us IWIHCCI A knot whleh none eould sever lhen you ind I just you and I Would lovers he forever 12 MISS Byram IH Vrrgll Florence what does crudeles mean? Florence MOFTIGOU You cruel as the rest MISS Byram Thank you MISS Ckell pronounung spelhng words Swab Frank Mc Clurg Is the WO1d squatv In PIIYSICS MHTIOD Gaston I thmk that demonstrahon IS Much A do About Nothmg Mary Caeey I thmk It IS M1d Summer N1ghts Dream Gladys Parker Fo my mmd It IS Loves Labors Lost When was Genev1eve s Dollar Daw J - ' ' - 1 - 31 ' , '- , , , '. - , - '. ' , ' I u 7 I - ' ' ff 1 N 1 7 'II 1 6 1 . , 1 . ' 1 - D ' tif I' Y v ' 1 A 'll I bs. 1 , L IVI "1 111 2 1 I., Hz "y I' " Q tl ' . J.. 1 .. , , 1 , . . . 1 , 'U' . 1 .. 6 . , .4 1 . . f g e 2 1 1 1 kf'-1:3 '. . fi. ,ld,i .. qi. ,Q 1, , 5 , .. . 5 V .1 - 1, 'll 1 . 1 1 . 1 , .. ,. . 1 ' . ' 1 2 . 1 4 b 1 1 ,- , 1. , 1. V . . . ,, 1 . 5 15 . 2 5 . 1 1 1 , If yon 1 . 5 ' 2 I 1 A . : . 5 2 1 . , . , 1 1 1 . 5 . . . . . 1. 1 . ,, . 1 1 4 1 . 1. ,, . , , . .N 11 ., 1 1 . . . . . .1 .. 4 ,1 l -,, . . 11 . . . . 1. 1 - 1.1 Q 11 . . . 1 . . , ,,, , . . . . 1 , , ,, 1 , . I . , 11 v,,, THE I-IIGH SCPIUOI FIHFS SOPHQMORIL JOKLS Helbeit H 111s111 xn 111 Creolnetly A I1 lbOll1S rx ht Mlss LllIIllllll1gS to Lzextxude Weleh who wa st 111111ng,.poet1y But C1ert1ude you h went my feet I:,sther Benbow spe xl-11115 oi bmsket l11ll loekexs Well how do you get 111 them hdna Rue ln Medl iev Ll I-hstory lhe OVLYIOI d s t lstles 111 nic. the land obeohent Esther Benbow 111 bopholnore Ellsllbll lhe entxrc. lllllbldf., sprung up w1th men Lurllne bne Lth 111 IVled1aev ml Hlstory I he t 1 us ldexs lllll oduted many I1l3HllflCtU1'C'l goods such as w 1te1111elons Qrertl ude Welch IH Lzeolnetry lhe two lanes ue 4 ut by the ldvels 11 transversal Nl1ss Qlllllllllllgb 111 Enghsh lhe el iss IS so IIOISY to day why 18 Cllnton Fuuer Because lt Z9 so st1ll Ol1tS1d6 M155 Byram ln Caesar What IS the meanmg ol proleussentf Isabelle Downs To throw up Allen James ln Geometry A straxght l1ne IS the strsughtest sl1ort est llne that C111 be drawn between two polnts Harold Mastien 1n h1story He wls less able to 3.LCOI1'lP.llbh thus on account of Rxchard I of England fallmg mto lus h inds Mar1e Weber translatlng Caesar lIhey promxsed from ll1lS number SlXty thousand p1cked men Ruth Hasse What does that mean? Mane Why lt means chosen men Ruth Oh I thot It meant what you do to chlckens A sophomore Germ 1.11 student WI1 lt 15 the meanmg of leuchen 'J MISS Knoepfler To lmght out Charles HUCk111S 111 lustory Nebuch Ldnezzer bullt the gardens of Eden The man led for 1 he :rt The ma1d for a d1amonli phyed Her father Came down w1tl1 a club And the sexton used tl1e spa1d Ex 32 . 1 A - Q f ' 1 f 1 - " xi ' 1 '11 1 1 . . 1 6 . - " ' ' , es :'z 1 - - , . . . - H vs L II K I C I .1 , ' 'XI7 1 r N I- I If 1 I III! s - I- ., 1 - 7 , -, . . I I xr I 1 I- , I- IIII 1. w. -. .1 I - - p , , l , , . . .. l 1 " l" . ' ', ff I - ' . Sltf , . , . . I I - I - - ' . . , . . .. . - II f 4 f . H , . , .. . , . , . . . .. . ,, , . f 1 I I I f I 1 97 ll C v . 1 - Y ' I! F1-IL HIGH SC11OOL TIML5 lnquulng freshman Who 15 tl1 lt person Wltll a lug badge on Wwe semm O11 he IS 1 JLIIIIOT 1ust got a new class pm Ask Flossu. I-lopley why she dnl not go to the Enghsh III November M1 Dlak Ill Pl1ys1Cs Work 1t eisy Plmenee MOIIISOH 111 Vllgll He followed l1er Iulilllllg w1th h1s VL3lk I Lflll IS IOLIA 1 L1t1n 19 lou l And I have about got Lxtln enough All nc dead who wrote 1t All shall su1ely dle who le 11n1t Blessed de mth tl1ey earn It x Plossle I-lopley to Genevleve Elhott tzlkmg about reserve energy I wonder 1f I should slap my cheeks long enough 1f they would he full of LHCIEYD Geneweve Iillmott No but you would have more cheek than you 11 we now All l11story repe 1ts1t self A proverb says Ive heard But when 1n class lm c llled upon It never says .1 word Ex SCPHOMORE NOTES Bwon I-Ie1tzman has a new pau' of shoes MISS Gertrude Welch has rece1ved hex long des1red wlsh new saxlor su1t All the guls 111 the class would l1ke to hnd out Edna R1ces curl remedy 1f she has no objectlon There IS great need of a note carner for certam young sophomores For convemence we would hke to have some freshmen rlng the bell to let some of the sophomore glrls know It IS tlllle to stop speak1ng The th1rd and fourth perzod assembly teachers would lxke to have LOUISE Smlth Ph1lB3ftSCh1 Herbert Hansman Gertrude Welch Esther Benbow anda few others make themselves known 1n the assembly room . . - , 4. . 33 .. .X I . p , .J., . . , . . . 29. " J: ' ' fl. 2 ' '. gy 2 ' f 2 ' f . z " ff ' ' . All are dead who ever spoke il. 6 . . ' ' 'z ' ' . ' 2 . ' E . I ' ' , 1 ' . . , . . X 1 . i h Ai -1. 1. . . 5 2 . ' 3 ' A fe , l . ' ' ' 'z . I ., ' 3 ' ' .' ' .-a .. . . . . , - . I 1 . . - - 1 . 1 . . FIJE I-IIGH .SCHOOL FI VILS We 15 LelL55 should hke to l-.now when the list een5us tl Port M1dl9OD W'1S taken Henry SCl1lCI' IS very gl md th at the loot bill se lson 18 UNLI het Luse he felt th it he w15 not xble to enduxe xt longer There 15 one tlllllg xn the lllgll sehool I'h1t eaeh one hke5 to do To whlle aw ly the moments When they e every thmb to do The tune we all enjoy I5 when vaeatxon Comes Fox there 15 nothmg th lt IS like For a re5t from bOPl1Ol'l1OI'3 5tud1e5 And I gues5 from lI6Shl'l1 ln too To the xrtlstle wolks Ill knowledge In the note book number two The 5h'1des 'Lre worked together As nf by 11 tnst 5 h ands And when It LOHICS to p11nt1ng5 There 5 no bettel ln the lind For nts wxth the greitest pleetsuxe And mn event looked forw1rd to By the feuthful hxstory te1chers When they begxn to lefmf them through M W 13 One mght last week up nn the gym A 1n uden brought some Candy ln Twis choeohte and tw 15 car unel too And when we ate the score 1u5t flew One of our SOPllOfI'lO1B clissmites W15 always go1ng to C1155 late One day he got called and then he bawled But there was no more qolng to C1155 hte Lew' Lew' tlus will not do M155 Cumnungs stud one day III a stew You ll have to wolk you einnot plmy If you want a grade from me each day 34 ' ' N ' 4 if 1 L .2 -2 -. X. ' . - 5 , lk- 1 l - k- ,' ' L -5 Lei I 1 ' ': ti: I 1 V , K Suzy- rs -' --L X-5 ' z 2 ' 2 'N ' A' ' 'V ' C b W r I K 1 ' 1 ' X "J - 5 . 1 ' ' 1 I 1 ' ' 1 " ' it Wllerl one is in Search ol fun. 2 'J " ' l ' f . N K. -O C , . 4 K l, . 1, . l . 1 - - x . , L , 2 . L I D Y L , 2' ' . V 1 4 , 4 . . L ., 2 3 1 ' , . . I L x. 4 ' ., 3 1 - . K . 1 I 1 .. .x . ,, J' ' 3 IK 1 A . c Q , ,.. TIIL HIGH bC1JOOL FIMES lhe PlCSllI1lLl1 yell Wllh 111 tl1e1r1111gl1t In o111 Oxe lt 111 us IIIQCUIISS W1tl1t1ut then ,md we eould not do ll the 1 IIIILS our te uns ue he llllig inner llly spL1k1115tl1e 11 esh111e11 '11 Alf, wl11l' hens.11lly -ape Lkllls E x IHIL SGI ILOQUY OF 'IURKILY Oh gxohble Sola gohble I s M I Il not e lt 1111111 next k,llI'lSl.I1l 18 day lhe turkey th lt s round Is wolth two lmts 1 pound l1s 1 had t1111c, of year lo get g'1V lhe turkey that struts 'tround valn Before Chrxstmas day oft gets 1 paln Bet Iuse of hm bO'lSf1Ilg He s P1Ck8Cl for L ro'1st1ng And l1e wont ever do lt lga I1 A tlun tu1kcy shy 'is a mouse Who lndes out behmd the woodhouse M1y peek through the Cracks W111le tl1e fits get the ax To prov1dc the dr'1nd Chrlstmas carouse A lug Chr1st1111s turkey s 21 plIk'lC Io tl1e farmly that slts down hes1de A table thats xound But the turkey th tt s sound Is the one thats at dmner outsxde L EDVOI A lIl'Ud611 wl1o dwells 1n tlns Clty Wrote these hmerxcks and more 1S the pxty Forgwe her thxs once And the poor httle dunce Wlll never more try to be wltty 13 P ,V . , .b.: Ib, ,A I Sz A 'z 'z 11. 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ALUMNI DIRECTORY EE 1879 1910 1 1111111 1 N 1 11111111 1 1 1 13-.111 1111111 1 1 G-'IN S Cl '1Sx 111 118 16 g x 1 1111111 111 CLASS OF 1879 911 N P ls sw 1 1X CLASS OF 1880 ss X11e11111L ' ll 1 11 N61-A 111 18 CLASS OF 1881 11111 91 I S N LC L QS CLASS OF 1883 ss 1111111 ix x 11 N '11 1111 14 s - I bf! 1 e sa 1x1 1 1 A 111 1111 11 hull 'N 111 1 0 A 1 oie 1'o1t NJ CLASS OF 1884 ssXo11X A A 1 5111 Us A 111115111 111 111 1 0 IS 111 1 N is 1 1615 " 1 HH S111 11 N 11 N011 NN CK11111 Bolt 11 N011 CLASS OF 1885 1 N 1,., 11 1105 1 S11 1101111 1111 A 1110111 1 s 1 s ss 11119 11 1 N X iw 111111119 013815 F011 1111115011 Ia 1e1t N1 P3011 os 1,, La ss 1.1110 111 xx 11 1 H011 i EE i - i EE I "SI '21l1L11' 111:11 11 1111111 111 :1 1i11111sz11111 11111111- S11 ii1'1'11 111 t1111- 511 l1111g." '1'111- Al1111111i 1l11'1'1'101'j' 1111.' 11111-11 i11-1-1-usa-11 115 5i:.11-11 111111115 111' 1111- 1'1:1sf C11 Ni - -1 1111111111111 111111 '1'111. '1'111? "111111z11'11111-111'i 115 11-1111 115 "'1'1111 '1'1I11"S" 11111 -1111: 11111 "1 111111111115 11J11111'A1l ' .XSS111-i1111011, 111-1-:111s11 1111-5 11:111- gz 1111-11 S1l1'11 1-:1111111 Ill r11111.'.', 111111 to 11115 l'1:1s.', 111-1'z111s1- 111113: 1111- 11113 21 111111 411' 1111- 11 1111- .Xs-1111111111111 Again, wc' 151' 111 1fve11'y .-X111ll11l1lS 11111 1.fL'1 :it 11111111 111 ,41'11I1 115 i11f'111111:11i1111 1-1111' 1-1'1'11i11g 11111 1:11111-s 111' 1111 -rs. U'1'111' '1'i1111's" will 111-11111110 1-0111111111111-11.: 111 :1111 111vp:11At1111'11l4c1'-11 1111- s1111.'1-1'i111i1111 list. XXV 111111- 111'11l1- :1111-11 1'l11111g1f 1111111 1:1111 5'UE11'v:Z 11111-1'1111'y us 1":1111111' '1'i1111- 1111s 111-1'111i1I1-11, 11111 11 11111' 111' 1J111111k'11. Hllliikf' 11111 A11 ' IC '101'. S2111,' M. F1151-y 111111-..1.'1-111: Mi .'.' 11, 11. NY'1w1111, S2111 F111111-is1'11. 1':1l.1 Mix 1':1111l1i1 1.1.1011 112l1'1'1'1 1111-1'1r1151r111. 111 .'.' 1 zi 1 A. 11111z11A11, Ny1'1', N. YJ 11111. 11111111' 111111111111-111i Mis. Vi 1:1 11I'1l'1iE21'11'18.' 11" -111-1: 111.: 11, .1. 12111111111-11 1 1 11-111111. B. 1.. 110ff Vst ', F111 31i1111.'11I1, 111.: Mis: 1':1I11111' .1. 1I11Z1'1111i511'1, 1'l1i1':1g0, I1I.. Mrs. G11 '- 1. :111--H111-1'1'i11g, 191111 B11111is1111, 1115 Alisa 11121 Sl'112l1'1'I'. l1'111'1 N1:11lis1111. 111 311.1 . 11 '1 1l1f.1211.', 1'1e111'1k. 111.: 1111. 11:1t1i1- 1. 1 - -f-A111-is, fl111111'f1'. 111.: Mrs. A1i1111z1 1101'f1111+i.'1111'-- 11111:1s1111. 11'1:111111511. 1'1'1111.: 1113 1Y11i1'1'1111 1'. 11211-'1S. ' 1111-1- v'11 , 31211113 1112 .1. M, C1 F111 31z11i,'1111, 111.: Mis. N1-1 SI: 1---'1'111l5' 1111" '-:.r- 3 5111. 11111 S1'1l2l1l1'I' S1-1 112. Sr. 1.1111is. N1 .1 A11 '.'. 1':11111i111- .1. 1191111-1--f 310 '. ' ' B11111i.'111, I21,,ll1l11l11 St11111111r1. 1!11111111i11gI1111, 11111. 5115: -' '1 '. .111111is1111. 1'I11st 1'1111r.'ti111-, 111110: .Hips 1i1'111 1Y11111111z11'11. 1"111't B11l111' '01, z.: Mix' 1,z1111'11 1'1it111z111. F011 A1z111is011, 111.: Mrs. 191111 31. XYi1s1111-- :111 em- O'N1' , C1"1g, 111.3 M 1.".'.i11 V1"111e+1,11i.'1111:11', 1'1111'2lg0. 111.: N1 k:11111i1 1101 .'0tt11', 11:11111i11a1, Alu.: 111 .',' S' 1'1 1'11.'11y, F111-1 111 li. . 111.: Ali .'.' 1111121 Ui 1 , ' ' 5111.13 , 111. 1111121 J. .1l2l111'11l 11181'6'21L'1'111l L11'I1"'f:' S. 1l1111etl, Mi 116521 1i.'. A1'1111.l M1 '.'. '1l1.11 W 'z ' - 11 ' , F1111 M:11i.'o11. 111.: l"1':111k A1, 1':1tt11':1111. C'11i1':1g11, 111.: 1J1'. 1. R. Cz1111p11e1l, f'1111'2lgO, 111.3 Ali .'.' U' '1', 111110, No ' Y0'k1'ity, 1'. Y.: .1':'.' . ' '. .1. H ' . z , .3 A11 ' . . 11 1. .' A11f1-1 C211.1 Mis: ,"1 ' 11. 1-'1't 111111: , 111 m ,Q HOTOS Nothing more suitable to g1V6 your fnend for Chr1st mas than your Photo THE IDEAL STUDIO NY MAN WHO GETS A Chrnstmas G1ft from you w1ll be glad to see the Ste venson mark on lt an assurance of best quallty of real value of cor rect style of sat1sfact1on guaran teed Thms 1S the Chrlstmas store for men benszble practrcal glftS are not only more appreclated but they emphasxze the good ludg CHOICE HAMS AND BACON ment of the glver no man s ward OF OUR OWN CURING can use somethmg else Theres no place hke a mans CHOICE KETTLE LARD store for Chnstmas for men HIGH SCHOOL PENNANTS ""'jg,S,2g' Bldg Sf 608 2nd SHEET I030 41h Street I I Q I 1 ' 1 I I . 3 I n 1 1 ' ' ' I . . . I ' ' v A I I ........ ' 1 - I .l robe is so complete but what he ' I H I Stevenson ., evenson Cor., 2nd and Pine If you are not gettmg I hr QEPIII Qlug you are not gettmg the news Handsome Comm u p ple m e n Every Saturday 'I he Fern Cafe Sl CUND Sllll l Wlll occupy the New Crown The atre Budding about December 20 1910 We xnvxte you all to call and see us rn our new home REGULAR DINNER 25C SHOR'l ORDP RS AND LUNIC HFS OHS FERS ANY SI YI h A full lme of Xmas Cand1es The best ever yet Banquets and Theatre Partzes a Speezalfy Open after all shows and dances y h 1 E yth n C ea I lu S nut :rw H1 st nur llll A Cllaruung New Punlp N o strap Black Suede A popular leather A satlsfactory leather A new arrxval from our CIHCID natl factory "The YN orld S Stalldard Watermans Ideal We 1nv1te your crltlcal lnspec Fountain Pens tlon of thls and other new thmgs ln foot wear and Ink Th1s pump wxll please you and brmg you back when you need another pan' Price is S-1.00. Eitlnilll Shoe Store l Pythian Printing Cn. i H. W. DODD, MGR. . 1 V c J I J ' H123 cz J 1: 121' I - ' 1 32 I I Q ' Z i I , h y ' ' l... ,pf 'N I H - . I va." ' I S t '-"'- Ever I izg New vcr i g' I n Y Y Y U ' . z z Q z 4 Q I 0 F Y I . . 99 ill . 1 I . i THL HIGH SCHOOL YIMES CLASS OF 1887 A 1111 1 sou 11 ll 11 o s lJoll1e 51116116 S11e111 I I S S I 0 1-1 11111111111 1811 oo11 BIIIIX lXX 11 s 1 1 ex 1 111919156 I XX CLASS OF 1889 S N 111 1 1 1 S111 IJ11 2-. 01111 1-.A ex e wter 1 1 XI1s 111'-.le 11153118 Xhtlees Ixeo llx K. 1 0111 11 Cl 111 011 Xl1s X 11111 lJf.a11111de Ixe1se5 1 e l CLASS OF 1890 S 1 1 1 1 S1111 111 lg A S 1121111 il'lhl.H C llI'10 XX Iloelr 1.1,11s1 1116111 1K XI1x1c'11 Xlles X11gg.,1e I beklew Cluci 0 ss 'Ill 111111 Il 1 KO A Xl 19 X1 1le1se XX'1 1e1 IB 11111111 'l1x1s X11esOtt1l1e 111o1111s 11111011 X1 1 111A gxlllll Jemee IlubI1..11 1111191110115 Xllllll ss -X1 ll CLASS OF 1891 111 1 11 1 A 1X 91111 T118 auto 11111 1115 Xllggxe Young 51111111 r1111e1'-.e1l1 'Xlxbe lomse I Rmer C111 lgO ll1 X115 Ph 11113. Xoung Reno Ni-'X'1C1'l Xlles lJ0111e Scoxlll FOIL Xiadleon I Xlre Iomse Albllght 1111111 11le1'e.1se111 111118 1511116111 Ke1n C 111111 Chleago 111s I I1 1 X11Ko1 lJ11e11 xg111s1 'allentes NILXIKU X11ss X1 ibel Xlbxlght 11011 Xladlson I1 Mre 119138661 Pattelson St11ts111e1n BllI11DgtOH I1 Mrs.. Lena B'1rte1l I11'1cker Sentle XX1sI1 Xllss Ida G Schlapp Llucago 111 Xlrs DHISX 'l SL 1 1 XI 111151111 1.1 Xllse D 11ey XX 1Iters Fo1t Xladlson a CLASS OF 1892 XIISS X11It11lF11l2,6ll111 Q11i1115 Ill X11K Nl11Hl6133X1H Conlex f1l111gO 111 Xl1s Aelhe Hltch Ilfuex E011 XIad1son Ia Xlrs Nellle Jolmson-Gruendwke XX1l1ov1b111ok C 11 XI1s 11ear1orI111k1e H1tcI1 111ece1e.ed1 X115 Nellle X1cC1eI1a11 B 11ku1,lI St Joe Io CLASS OF 1893 Xl1s Iflele Iloerz Bennett los Angeles Cal X115 lOld h,gg1eeton Schne-1der 1011 XIa1l1s1m XI ss 111116 Potts Hall South 1111-101 Xllss Iena SCl11'111 F011 XI1d1ko11 es llllllf 111111111 P011 XI.1d1s01 l Ioeeph R FId19 Port Mad1son I Xlre Gertlude Ixern OIIXGI Chlcago Ill Cllfton Kmsley fh1C1gO III Xlre 113119 Sc-11111111--Cardne1 FOIt 11186115011 I1 X115 Gextrude 1'11t1l1ett I1a11111ton Braenen Chicago Ill CLASS OF 1894 MIS Belle Beard Weed Peoria Ill Xfhe Belle Stone Robems Anamosa I1 XI1Q Flo 1,1b11o11e XIa1t1n 1xa111.'1e CIIX X111 X11ss Sadle G1s1o11l F011 X1ad1 son 11 Mlss 111111111 Potts Iort XI1d1s1111 I1 Mxs Beeme Proctox M1nekeu1e1er lxdnsab Litg X10 CLASS OF 1895 'Wise 111e1la X11 on I1e111e1 Lolo Xllse IOIIIG Lllalt F011 X1ad1bo11 1'1 S111 neg M 6111111019 P1115 'lcxw M15 Iflwa I'11kso11 Sl1'11p hast Iibe1ty Ohlo 'Xllss Xla1y Westphalen I'Olt 11111115011 la X111-,e hxelgn XX'1h1e1 '1X'1lla1e Idaho ' ' - 37 N11'.'. Xlury' Il - 'y--11111: , Ft. I' ll'1s, C 1 .3 M111 ' S: - " - ' - Lig, Fo '1 A111 11.'llll. 111.1 Mr.: R111-11111 .1l1!'O1PS' '11'l'1?l1lI1H.J1, K'l1i1'11g , 111.1 IX1 . 1 ' Sl '-. --IJ, j, Sz y 1 ', 111.1 3111: 11211111211 NO1'1IIlZll1iB1 je' .-1: 1112 XV. U. XX'1l1', Ne York City. N. Y. 111'l'11t'1'1 Imvis, I'o1'1 XIz11Ii.'1111, 111.3 N111 S11 1' 1 1,11 '01".1i1g11" -11111, .'1 ' 1g11, f'il1.I Mis: 1. ' - C'1'o.'.'l 5. XX' ,11.' ' 'it,', 121.1 . . ' 1 ".', ' k l', 111.3 3111. II -1 1 B wkerflloli, F '1 31111115 , 111.3 . ' . 'z 'Q 1 1- ' .' ', S111 Luk City. 'tf1lI. 3l1'.'. 1':Ill11j' Di'1'ie- 1111-11, Fo -1 AI:111i.' . 121.1 .lol 12. Ur' t. 7 ' -is, K2 'Q 53 7 '. -' , .1 ' .' -1 '1 zu. . I." 3 . . 1 " 1, I Q, T ' zg , 111.1 3115.1 51.1 -1 F. S ' 1. S11 F":1111-is' , Cal.: Mrs, 'zll' . . y- '.11' ', Q1 , 'rz.'3, ' " as, 1,",. i1'1.3. '.'. z ' '- "d, 111' 2 ':, . ' .3 Mis: 1411.121 1-Z. IQ1'11'i11. . 12 110511. Iii. A111 - UH..'10l' . Fort. Ala lison. lil.: M121 Nellie AI. IJ: 'i1l.' !fFi111a1r, 1- '- I1' .. .3 . . 1 ', -43 ' wha: 3 . 1 'Q 1. " 1 , .' '- 1-z , .3 . z ' , , .3 .". ' - " , ' ' . '. , al: A .4 A 'sl .-i L- A.. . L. 9 . ' 'E I. -ji , I 'U , 111.3 . .en ie . zu IW 1 z -. ' . 1 " 3 1 .Nz 1 " , ' ' . 1' , 2.3 '. :zz ' ' -' ' . " , 1.3 '. I'll1z11't-f- '1'21X'8l'.' ', "11'1 Q 2 ' , ' .3 . 'J' 1 " 'z , ' 1 ' ' , I . -- Ia 1 '- , ',. . -, A . 4' ' . ' , 111.2 . '. , . 1 1 21: 1 . . . 111, ' ' 1 1 . 121.1 311.5 F1 '1 C' 1 . ' t . ' 1. fl.: . . . " 'l Y. ' ' 1 H-L 1 '- ' ' - ' ' '- ' ' . -9 ' ' ', I ' .1 , .3 . 1 . " 2 I 3 ' - ' , 1-Z 1 ' - ' ' 2.3 ' I 1 . , W .1 ' , 1.3 1. .-.W 1 '- ' 1 ' . '. K. . v ,, A . A , , , Y 1 . A K . I -C A. ' . . 1 1 Y 2 . .' 'C . ' . THE HIKIH SCIJOOL TIWII S CLASS OF 1896 N 1 6 S ul N 111 1 u 43.11111 0 ss S wg son u Ln N IN 0 lu KX ebb uwtel N 1 s u ,., 1 xanax uh wx um HN 1 4 xx mn 1 N Xlw XIIN as ll x rr CLASS OF 1898 1 1 w 1 e L 1 1 1 ls s u Ixuc L Je 1 hXtI SUII Q II NK X x U CLASS OF 1899 H l Kfl I S 0 X 1 me IXKIIEL -.X mm -. I 111 51S N U H U IN IOII I 1 S 1 N 11 mm SN x Ilbll u 1 xusco ss 1 u xx 11 S kltllzr 1 oem 111191011 nm nl xx s xwch ll Ltel 1 15,0 Il nm mn PL md u 12.011 -,H Nexus ui 1 1 u CLASS OF 1900 S lx 5 Itl '1 IN bl ex CLASS OF 1901 nelcll VLIIIIX 0 1 e xc een ph Jtteu Xl Illlllf cn JR. 0 lc f 1 xx 'ottel 5 hugenn XI 01111 Nlx wuz gust Sou hug N1 lu 1211 If nt I1 N 111111111 Stempel P oiussol ot Nlltlullmtlcw L 1 xg II M 1 llllnols 'ltel XX 1301191 C uk me Slum rm Q 1,115,011 ' all Hells N115 A ' N I-'XQIS nt X ll on as Iiulvke n Ahstr ut Office lx mms Cltx lxmsn cth IJ N s .A L 101 hug Fmt son 19 Caxhmzgh Irs E. X Klum 0 nl Hllen D ntll A temlmt Fmt NI"U11HOIl 15,1 et 1919-011 X 5 X1 boule -X511-,ll Os Xlexuo 1011156 Tones Tefu hcl A 1 Ulf!! 1 L xemlcrly I 1 1 on IW 011201 s fllllbfllj.. Xxlflllffl Ivms IS Glen Benbow UIIINQFSILW Plus Publlshlnz to Q llllblldgf' Stella. Barnett At Home New bhuon Ill Geolge Nhtuhgll IQIIIIONI Offife S A cw 1 Hass 38 i . ij All '.'. Xlillllltw' livll--Mit-ll Il, Lus A115-.mln -.', Czllg Mrs. l'v1'i1w-Illzm 110114-Vs Mills: Pe 'iz1. Ill.: X"l '21 S-" ' , Arg , lll.g Migg .'11.i' 1 .lnlmp I1I"C'2.'xlil1 . N l '- ' -K H: ', Im: City. 121.3 A1113 f'ilI'U1ill1' Y i-'I -Ure idx, I.s-41' 5 vultlz XYQQ .1 Mi .'.' Flol'vm'0 St -, JXIIHIIIOSII, ln.: Mi.: Sulif XYilll:l111s. Few! Mzurli on Isl.: Mig: i.zu'i11z1 f:llI'l'h'II. Fort Rlzlrlisoll, lz1,: Hrs, llvlvu Svg ' -Iiuulvx, i7b'llXtl 1'Jlu,g Ur. H. .X. f:I'i't'Il, L'1'c.'Im1. Iz1.g .1 l.llC'il1' Ne"1.' XX' -qt, St. I, nic. Mrs. Ul'Zll.'tf Mm' livexl1:1I1-H liy Irs, S1-alllnr, XYz1.'ll.3 Mrs. Nvllie: I:lll'lilllll1lt'l Fun mau, Um' -umm, I 1: hog li. ISL-rt Y: ll 11' fllC'l'C'2.'0l131 RI1'.:. l"l'2lllQ'K'S li vlv- ' l'l XY- ' la: 1112 f'1l1'l XYilllI'L'1', I-'fart Mauiis . 121.1 I'. Yi -lv .lz 1:-, 1.11 Yl'I'I1l', I1 Iiuj .lm-l'sol1. Lal Plulzl. M . Miss Vi't0r'izL Noll lin-:lm-115, Vlillfllll, lu.: GIIIIIPI Sli-'l'l'. 'l'I1u-+- Furlx, All M111 Irlzx I.. Sn OL'-Cqlilll 1, Sha 1, Ulilu.: Ali ,'.' Eu' I SIOXVGIIW, lirlron. x szsg Nlrp. lfltxlllllll' Alillf' llll l4Ul'.'fl!'l', Furl Bl: l'.'un, lax.: Miss .-Xmas: XYUIINS Det' ' , 1 i -h.. Mrs, ll: ist' .lol 1 :smx--f1'Ix':1l1s. Ilws Mc' vs, l:1,g Mi .1.' L'l:11':1 lll va -"V, Su l"'2lI " ' , K'ul.g Mig: Ilulil 3 Heh .'.1 0, Roc-ki' rrl, llI.g Nlrq. 'Q x IJ "--Ala 1 , C'lQzu'nm11t, C':1I.g I4'1'1-cl U, XX'i I :,'e1'. Klliilllil, 1111.5 Mr.: G1 Ill, V1 - - a , Clicz ' , Ill.: Hu' R, Smith. Mi -upulis, Al' .5 1-'vcd M. , rlul , lfurr Ala 11' , lug Mi .',' .' W Fill 'lllg'I', c1hi'llQJ, , lll Mi '.'. 1.0111 31 -l zxig--l'l'irn-I1-'tI. Fort AIZIIHFOII, In. Mr.: Lottie Y0iSCl""'1'ill'Ii'l'. St '-z tor, Ill. 111 '1 U2 'is, Pu 'tal C1 , 'kz C'1l.il'2lgO, Ill. Se' 1 . ' Ar H mi. .-XlJ1'l . S. IJ. R111 I . , . a- ' 5 Sh gs I' Soutl ,-ru l':u-itiv, lirfxmxvll, Cul. B11 I '. Ml". ' 1 . 117 , . 121. All' S -' ' , . 2 2 X' f,VE'I'giliU'I' Fm' Wy, Fr M: lifcm. lu. Wal 1 2' 1 , 1' W .'.' ' ' . : 2 ' 'x i '-rs' y ol' lllixmis, l'1'Ir NV. I ' 'Q -' J, 'l - ' '. NVhoIe." I S , Il us r. iU1'Illlll1l, 'z' , le ' '. .P..I,' '.',Ff' .lzlis .Iu. .Ie-sv '- , .' 'z- ' . ': .':.' T' 'z sas. lilizalm :Vi , Mrs. Xlxglls Sc ' ' , ' ', Madix , lu. Vall' f ' ' V , B C'. O. 'tIe,'. f 'ng , Ill. Ed 2 zz , 0 z t 2 . ' ' . . . la. Ivlz1"z 1' Hem ..I1 '.'. C. .. ' .. t . . . . 1 ' I: u. Dell: I' A , A rs. A, ll. Ilvil, Hurling! , lu. R: j " ', Mrs. 2: ff, ' C . '. ' ' - ' ' - . 1' ' 1 -1. Lo: . ngflv, Fzl. TIJE HIGH SCHOOL TIMl:'S' CLASS OF 1902 1 1 lf S 1 111k KI 1 S011 L11 s 1 1 1 1 'N 11 1111 1x111x.1s IT 1 If N 1111 ,. 1 11 11 H Ilf I l11NlJl1 11 1 1111 s Sl 1 I1 1111 5 S 13131 11.,111111 11 1 1 1 1 11 1111 11 1 1 11 1' .., N 111118011 1111 1 0 R 1 1 s X 1 -1 'X 1s1111 11 1 1 1 100 s 11 N011 ll 1 11 N x 1 I INUII 4 CLASS OF 1903 1 0 H l-1 N KIRK 11X1111 1 111 1111 11111111 11 1 1 1 1 11 11111Q11 1 - K 1 I1 N 1 1 111111 1 KX 11 1 11 1 'X X1 1 1 s IL 1 XX 9 I1 fl s 11 1 Ivxw N N IJ 1 'X 1 1116 11-N 1 1111 P1 H 11116-'S 111 1 11 1 C 1 1 1 Ill 1110 111191 11111011 Ill 1 s 11111111 CLASS OF 1904 1 1 1111 ' 1 1 11 rl 1 111 1 11111111 Nlason l'ea111e1 1Il V1111111 511100191 F011, Nl 1d1son I1 1111 1 S 15 1 S ' 1 111111-1'l S1'111'1'l, 1111111153 F111 31: li.'1111, 111. I1:1if11' A111-11, Mrs. 111111-1't. Sf- 11. l"111't M:111is1111. 111. 111111111 1:1-1111111-., .111 ll 1111-, l-'111't Nlulix . 111. I'1j l11'1'.'t.11-1', l1'z11'1111-1', XV111-1' 12:11 112111 IJz1'is, A1111'1J11Ii1-1- I11sl1'111'1111' i11 S:111t:1 191- S11111s. fc- I . ': H1 11 I1i111E1+1'. 'I112ll'l11'I' 111 I'11111111 S1-11111lf. I-'111't Nl: 1i.'1111, 111. 11111121 C' 111s. NI:111'1-1111: f'1l1C'2l!l0 'l':1111 111111 1111111-1 C11., f'l1"ilf.1 . Ill. .l11+'i1- ll111111.i1'11. Mrs X. V. Imvis. N1 '1 Yil1i1l1lll. 1Vz1s11. 3111111 1.1-11, Mas. .1111 . 111-111119. Val. .I11l111 S1' 1' -1. l 1 11.11, I111i.'- C'1l,', 121 . 1'fll111l S11illlYS'1', .X11'.'. 1I111'11111'1 .T1-1111-5. 1"111't 11z111i51111, 111, 1,1 '- W: 1 S111 'l'1I1IS'1lI11'llL 1':1 111111 'l'1-I1.-11l111111- 1'1., Pf1'1'2,1 11 11111 111111112111 1C11g111:111, 311111111113 I. isi:11111. M . M111 1"i111111. Nlz11'1'i1'1I, ,I1111'Ii1111. 11111, A1111 11'11e111inf', Mrs. C'l1'1l11 Sl"1.' . IJ11 ':1'. '111. lI111'11 1I1'i:w11l11, 1C11111111y1111 111 L'a11'1'i:1g11 1'wZl'1J1'Y, St. 1.1111i.', 3111, 1':1:a11y 1I11111i111111, 1121 111-1', 111111 111-111'1-s1-111111111 111 f1011'l'll1 iXS.'UIll1J1j-', 1"111't . 1N'2 . 1':lll1l12l 311111113 v-liC'?11'1!f'I' 111 I'11111i1- S1 l.', 1"I11'I R11 11: , I:1. II1-11-11 11111111111-11. '1'1-:11-111-1' i11 I' 11111 S1110 lx, F1111 Mz111i.'011. 121. N1-11 li11111J1'1s. 151131111111 I'111' 1,f1!'1f1l' 15115 111111 I1Zl1-1't1'i1- Vo.. S1111 I'xl'1i1ll,'151'O, I 1l 1111111111111 Sf'111HIl1l. IDIPII N1:11l1s1111 Gus UO.. 1"11'l Xllll'-' . 111. l1l:1 111111-115 l111,11'11:1H1'1ll. Xvillll XN'i11iz11114, Sl '1111g1'z111111'1'. 171111 K1z11lis1111, 141, N111 11- .I 111-H. 111 '.'. 1!z111s1+11. Iii1"svi1I11. 3111. 111-sxiv 'I' 'elx A1 111111111 F1111 M:11'.' , 1:1. 1'11:11'li11 l5ill'01', 111111111 jed by C011 1' Co 1: j, 111.3 New 1111. 1'11'l'11 Hunt. IC11111111y1111 i11 I'1I'f'1gl1f 011119. 31: r'111i11'. 31 . II:1z1-1 All1X21l?l'll'l', SI- . 111111111 1'11i':1g11, 111. 1111s.'i11 S1Vl1'1'j'. M111 1i:1ste11. 1.1111-11 . .'111. R11j 1' ' 1, C'i1il 1':11jI111l"flI'. Sz111tz1 F11 H. R., 31211112 Ariz. St11.z11't I.:111111. S1121 113, 'a 1 11 -1'. 111111 'x1'11111l Falls, .Ii1111. 12111111 1' -1 I1 11151 Mrs. Nate 'l'l'k'1'. ' 1'-'. 111. Ai!-111 S11j'I1PI'. INI1':. S1l111Pj' 1111 11111-, P1 Vis. " Q: 112111111 llill. Mr.: .I IJIIFSI, li:111sz1.' Pity, M . f11'2l 'e H11111'121'. Mug. XY:11111-111111' S1-1 1 -1: lv1'1l21I1Zl, 111. IIz11'1'y .1011.'011. 11-1 't '. IDP: 111' 111. Gr: -1 A11-lick, S1911 gr1'z11111-1', 31111 11:11. NQ1. I.o'1'z1i1111 M '11y. St' g'ij1 '. A1 1-12. , S. IJ. 11111 1 R011 111, Mrs, Willvts, XIi11111':11111lis, 1 ' . l!1111t1'i1-1- 11?1I- g, 'l'1-:11f11111' 111 I11l11i1r S1:l11111ls, F1111 INl:111isu11, 111. 1511 -111 fD111 Z1 , Rigs. XY:11L1'1' l.z11111. F111 M1 is111, 111. : Z1':1l11, 1l1'.'. C'111'1'y, 111 'z XY1-511131111 l'11iv111'.'i1y, All. 1112151-lllf, la. THE H11 H SCHOOL FIMES 1 111s Steno 111181 'I ope 1 lx 1115 1x 1111191 Res 11 S P111 5161111 111111211 IS 11111 S1111 xes N111-. te f ' 1 ,.,o 911111 1 1 oo IS 1 1 1 I 1111 1 -XIIIIJOITI S1e11og1111l1e1 5911119 XX wh 1 1 I-31111111011 11o11I 11ee1111 f 111 1 1111119 111 1 sf-.11 11 111111 1 1 we 1 -. Ste 11 I'1ll611l1llg Xlu 1101111 111,911 Font Nl11l1s1111 I1 IW Stem NI s Pl s t1 XX 111915 N11-1 N1 11 lxme H 111118 KX 1111 r11 e LC It e111 16 11. IIIETS 'NI1s X son NX ll 811 111 1111111111111 1 '11e111e 11011111111 1111121s1t1 01 11111 go C 11111 I 111191119 NI1111L,11 11 Cl X11 116 leeue. 11 112' CLASS OF 1905 111ew 111111 1.111 111119 XI1f.,P ew FOIGIICG 1101111 St1te XOIIII 11 C pe 1 11111111111 X 1 1 11111 1 ' x Helen S1111111 T141 hex 1x10I111l1 1 -111111 Be1gt11o11l 1'll1llS1 141111116 F1111 NI'1111s1111 I '1 D fI1g,hfS11OE S'11es111111 101 1011111111 111111 I 1111 1 Clxde Hlghtshoe Sa1e's111e111 101 14111111111 S11e111e1 11 111 tt E. L Nlorneon QIIPSIIIHI1 101 I hll 1111 1 P11111 to L '1 tel 11115011 119111161 1 1l1l1s I-red Prellgh ldeceieedj 1311111 F1ee111 111 119101161 111 131111111 S l100le 11111 XI1111s111 1 111111 I1'11pe1 Te 111191 11111 1111s111l1 L1'1r'1 lamb At Home Bolt 'NI21f11so11 11 011. HQIIIIAII At Home 1011 XI1d1son I'1 11111121 011111111 NIrQ Iwneet 1 me 1' F1 11 11.1111 Iessle Cole Teachel Walcott I Cuson Nlurdy Ph1s111an AIISXCIEGII S IJ 11 Heek NI'111 C 111191 F It N1l111S011 E311 Benbovs Puneeton LIIIYEISIIQ 131111181011 'N l 51111 Dawg A11p1e11t11e l11st11111o1 101 Sillfl 141 Topeh lx CLASS OF 1906 P39111 Ne11111111 -Xt School 1111111111101 1.11 Fred Xkdhrer Rush NIed1e 11 Qollege C1110 11,11 III Stellw xKlll6tS N115 Lwnn 1J'111s Topeka lv111s1s Ann1 Co11111dt Clerk 7611 S Stoxe Font NIf11l1s1111 11 a111e R191 'KI1s C1111 1311111 Ios Angelee 1 I1nn Lauthez At Home Savnel Ia Ted Okell Te'1c-her 111 PuI1111' S1hoo1Q. 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A' 1' YI, -lv 1, . , 1,1' ', - ., '.2'.' .11. 1 I J 1-1 , I , . ' 2 1 -I., . A I X. v . t TH11 HIGH SCHOOL TIMES 11 1 1 K N I 1 Pho 1 s If 011 N1 UIISOH 1 1 wan wx ll L 1 5 S n 4 eg I xx ' lH1 1 4 1 1 1 1115011 0 1 H9114 is Penn 0111-we dll IIHIQI xx 1 t 'N 4 -I ms f. IH X lush uvlpc 'N l ll and 'X U 11., xlmn Oiflbb 1'o1Llu1d IL ul,.,: 1 Ills S m mt m xllhl 1 x II1g'lHS Boolxkc epex lllmms Kentr 11 C h1cdg,0 Ill Ill xc s 1 e s xc an 1 U ll on gf ph llilll NS 0 6 umm 1 1 uns: g.,e n s X 0 I ue lou 1 NVes ex 111 Nlt PQIEHQIDT 1 he nvuddw 'Vila CLASS OF 1907 xc ll lk .um X911 U Ill -w in l 101118 1 0 ll lil lop 111 0 nun me rw me n u is -. 1 lll xl I' NIM 1 u Q S 1 1 X 1 1s n :lux I'lllk'bllIl,., Xl ec H02-lil Hom P0 1 xllp Sch lpp 0 Xhfhlg A1 A N11 nm 1 Ox ll mx Ill Puhllc 511100 S Fmt N111 ISOH mm Welch 1 ox ll Nlus. 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ALUMNI LOCALS MISS Edna Hazen 01 has returned from 1 two months VlSlt rn Pennsylvania and Ohlo Margaret Benbow 07 has gone to St Joe Mo where she accepted a posltlon as Domestlc Sc1ence teacher ln the pubhc schools Loulse Sallander 06 spent Thanksgxvlng vacatlon at home Clementine Sheaffer 07 IS spend1ng the wmter ln Chlckasha Okla homa Clarence Hull 09 was home during Thanksglvmg vacatlon Grace Fruehlmg 08 has gone to Luscaw Arlzona to spend he winter Harnngton Pollard O9 Sabert Hammlton 09 Fred Sallander and Tressa Mltchell 09 of the S U I were home for Thanksgwmg M1ss Nell Kennedy 99 ofC11nton Iowa was at home VlS1tll'lg her parents durlng her vacatlon Marle Schaper 10 spent her vacatlon at home nery Store Hazel Foreman 10 Marguente Hoffme1ster 10 Robert Herrlng 10 Harry Kammerer 08 and Emerson Wllkms 10 have been v1s1tors of the hxgh school Joe Ehart 06 and Albert Young 09 of ulncy Busmess College spent Thanksglwng vacat1on at home The Times extends congratulatlons to Earl Corrxgan 07 who was umted m marrxage to Mxss Jessxe Paulet of Wmfield Kansas Nov 14 1910 Moll1eCruxkshank 10 of the Art Instxtute Chicago Ill spent her vacatxon at home Lou1seSallander 06 Hazel Foreman 10 Da1sy Nelson 10 and Pearl Schner 10 attended the Thanksgnvmg program gxven at the hxgh school Rolla. Amborn 07 of Oquawka spent Thanksgwlng at home Mlss Mayme Welch 07 spent her 'I-h2l.I'lkSg1VlI1g vacatlon 1n Chlcago Ill Glen Benbow 01 was umted nn marnage to Mxss Frances Breht at Newton Mass Nov 30 1910 Congratulations from The Tlmes . , ' I , . . . 1 f r . . - , -. . , , . . . , . . . . . I V 4 - ' , ' 5 ' . ' : . '08: , Y , . . ., . , , . . . . I 7 ' Vera Patterson. '10, is learning the millineryu trade at McCunes Milli- I I 1 1 I Y 1 7 V 1 . . . . Q . ll i H! ' ' 9 I 7 1 r 1 ' 1 I Y U " Q I 7 Y ' 1 1 , , . . . . 1 1 1 1 1 l n - . , . . . . . 1 Y I . , I . . . . , ., . , . - 0 - H PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY J P CRUIKSHANK R N JOHNSON QBAI ES'1 1 AND LAWYER ANLI ACIT J M CASEY M D PYFHIANI PRINTING E PR TE 5 M PYTHIAN PRINTING C0 FORT H W DODD MANAGER PPINII ITS XND Sl XTIUNI lnS AO JOB TOO SMALL FOR OUR CAREFUL ATTENTION OR NONE TOO LARGE FOR OUR FACILITIES 114 MARKET STREET M A D I S 0 N , IOW I L J . .AME - ' ' AL 1 lN'I' 7275 Second Street I U t ' ' 1 CO. FIN ' IN K ' 72715 Second Street 114 arkei Street I I , YY i 41 J 1 I Y ,l L 4 se A L N r 1 Y 41 J T1 L. A L A L r PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY W H GRIMWOOD M OCULIST AND AURIST Fort Madnsou SIVIIIQS Bank Blllldlllg DR GEO P NEAL Omce Hours 10 to 12 a m 2 to 6 p 216i Plue Street DR E E COURTRIGHT DENTIST Rooms 13 14 Lee County Bank Blllldlllg F C ROBERTS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Democrat Buxldxng A C RICHMOND M D 2701 Calxforma Street DR J R WALKER Marquette Buxldxnq HAMILTON 85 HAMILTON LAWYERS Hi' RMINGHAUSEN 86 HP RMINGHAUSI- N LAWYERS GEO B STEWART ATTORNEY AT LAW Lee County Sxvxngs Bank Buxldxug W A SCHERFE INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS DR E P I-IAZEN DENTIST Lee County Bank Blllldlflg 1405 Front Street HOPKIRK BROTHERS INSURANCE AGENCY Room 8 James Bldg DR J C MALONEY W S Hamllton DENTIST I M C Hamllton Hesse Bumldxng J S Ham1lton E C WEBER T B SNYDER LAWYER LAWYER SUlt8 1 James Block Hesse Buxldlng . . , . D. Q M Q 1 . ., . m. , , 3 - v - - J. J. RIGGS, M. D. 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