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' 72 " ' .....,....,....,.......,.,,,.. . .71 BOARD OF EDUCATION F0121 MADISON PUBLIC SCHOOLS DR J R WATKPR PRISIIHNI Q W W AMILK i KFNNPDY L R IRAVT' RSL SIDNFY SMITH Ii SRIA . . . ,'1. 13" 2. , , ' A.l. ,. ,. T 'IEL, Ami 1'3" uv HIGH SCHOOL FACULTY E. F. SCHALL. SUI'liRIN'l'IiNlJEN'I' VINNIE GARRETT. M11'1'111f1v1A'1'1cs H L THORNTON P1z1NL11A1 SELMA SIEMPFL 1191011511 ANNA STEWART LNQ1 1s11 ZLLLA BYRAM LXIINI ANNA TII-LDE L111z1w1xN ZOIL SKINNFR Mf11111MA11Ls QLPNN OGDPN H151o1cw R I VAN VOI IINBPRQH SLHNL FTFA HIIL DOW1ISlIL burww H D REPASS MNNUAI IKXININC E F SCI-IALL H L THORNTON SUPERINTI-NDLN1 OF SCHOOLS PRINCIPAL HIGH SCHOOL SENICR CLASS OFFICERS BY RON HEIFZMAN Pres ient P IHBT HFNSHAL V U. Pres dgnt MCTTO We Can Begause We Thznk We Can CU! URS Green cmd Gold FLOWER Yellr w R096 ' S ' , 'Siu ' 15' I., - X , i"- Y Ji ' ESTHER BENBCW, Sefretary KITTIE GLAHA, Treasurer , b J f nn - 1 .' .' J . THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES if BYRON E HEITZMAN ESTHER BENBOW KATHARINE ROBERTS Presxdeni 12 13 Oreheslra U9 10 Secretary 17 13 V1eePres1d1nl 09 Valedxctornan Innes Stali 09 10 ee Lluh 10 11 Yell Master 11 17 as e al an e c uc Ass Fdutor 11 12 Pdltor n THOMAS G CONRADT Busmess Mgr 'Innes 12 11 Stal 12 13 Presldent Madlsoman 0 1 Class Play Sylvla Sa ula 13 Sec Athl Assn 11 12 Sec ol Society 12 13 Class Play Sylvla torlan ophonlon Soclety 12 13 Composed Class Song 13 Class Play Sylvla dentZetet1c 12 13 ETHEL HENSHALL HERBERT HANSMAN LORA SCHULTE Vlce Presndent 12 13 Glee Club 11 Basket Ball Class leam 10 11 Basket Ball 09 10 Allcem WN ond 12 Madxsonlan SOCICQY Class Play Allce m Wonderland Sepretary erland 'lhalxan SOClCfY 12 13 Class Sylvla Madnsoman SOClE1y 12 13 Honors 11 11 17 C,lassPres1dent 1U 11 e Ireasurer Athl Assn 1213 Pres 1-r Q I, .- , -, kg , 1 K , -, z , ,--. ,I -, ,, l , , , H - , Zn... ,, -, 4. , . A.. -1 ,, , -, H ,wi Cl N ' -' 1 ' ' r' -Q '10: H k 113 l '10. 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U ' lr.-Af ' ., ' -E - - vw' A A 4 J 4 u THE HIGH SCHOOI TIMF9 HENRY G SCHIER NELLIE CORRIGAN MARIE, WEBILR Ll IN'ION FURRI4 R Baske1Ball 09 10 Capt 11 and 12 P 1om1thean 09 I0 10 ll I1 12 l'h1lo1n:1lhea11 ITQISIIFCT 09 Sec ot Ii1ll 0 IZ Pnsketlia Capt ClassTeam 10 Boys Glee Club Basket Ball 12 1? lelehc Souely 10 Pres ll Glee Club 09 10 Biblx 1 ll Glec Llub ll fetetm Souety 17 09 10 Vxce Pres Class 10 11 ll 12 12 13 B 10 ll Ileclmnutory Cont st ll IW V1Le Pres1de11t VICE Pres Athl Assn 10 11 Pres an 12 nes a 12 13 Pres Thahan SOCl6fY 12 13 Sec Alhl Ass a 1 Somety 12 13 Lhss Honors Class Play Sylwa LUCILE ARNOLD CHARLES STARBURG EDNA RICE Glee Club 10 11 Alxce 1n W onder Class Honors blce Club 10 11 Class Honors Gle Llub 09 1U Col land, Z8fCf1Cs0CICfY 12 13 1hal1a11Soc1ety 12 13 opho111a115oL11ty 12 13 ' ,' Q .' ' 1 b'l . ' -' 3' .' 5' 1 ' l " 21 X I' . II-'Q ri '1 .'11.' 1 4 ll'l0, ' . . l . ' -' 5 . d ' 1 "Til f' Sl l'f'1l-'12, '12-'ljg ' -' 3 . ' ' ' 3 . .l b, l 'nl '12-'l3g 'l'l1' li an 1,111.1-:-lf 1 l A- 1 I - PHE '-HGH SCI-IO5L FIME5 HOWARD PARKER MURIEL GASTON GLADYS CUNNING LEW WATKINS Ottumwa Debate 11 Foot Ball 17 Basket Ball 10 M3dlSOI1l111SOC1C1Y Freshman and Sophmore years at Glee Llub 09 10 Foot H111 09 10 Basket Ball 2nd leam 1? Class Play 12 13 Ahce In Xtanderland Marteltne Mo hhsket Batt 12 13 11 Laptam 17 Basket Balt 09 10 bytvta 1hal1.xn Soe ety 12 13 Letet1cSocxety 17 1: ass eam Altce KN onderhnd Vtce Pres lhaltan Socxety 12 13 P1"9+s GI' RTRUDE WELCH WALTER HANSMAN LOUISE SMITH Glee Club 10 11 Basket Ball 10 11 Football 09 10 11 17 Basket Balt Phtlomathean 09 10 10 11 11 12 12 13 lhahan So tety Socxety 12 ass team 10 11 st 1mm asket B111 09 10 Captam 12 13 13 Sylvxa 1n Class Play Madnsontan Souety 12 IJ '1hattanSoc1ety 17 12 , I . X , , . W , ,. ., , .K , ' fl .1 . W ' 1 V 1 ' A , , . , , , I , . . . Q 1 , , I . , 1 , -, . . - . . . . HKS I HI V.. Lk: ,J :H , I, Ll. 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I . , . 11 1 11 1 1 1 I - 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I V . I . . I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 I 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 I - 1 the 1 1 1 - 1 2- 31 - . - 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 . I . I . I 1 . I H ' ,11 . I I . 1 1 1 1 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES EARL HAMILTON .Ln KITTIE GLAHA LEAH DAVIS HAROLD PARK ewiirer 09 10 10 11 ll 1 Basket Ball '09 10, Alice in Foot Ball '10 11, and 12 Bas et at Muskegan Mich 'Innes Staff 13 Urchestra'09 10 12 13 'lin s Wonderland lctetlcboculi '12 13 B111 Llass 'leam 09 and 10 First Ass't Business Mgr '12 13 flee btaff l1'1l 'U 13 Philonmthean Class Play Sylua Imam 11 and 12 bleu Llub 09 10 Society, 10 11 WIad1son1nnSoc1ety Pros 6 lass 11 '12 '1nnLs ' Staff 1 12' 13 Pies Colopliomon Soc1ety'12 Freshman and Qophmnore Xears Olub 11 '12 Zetetic Society 12 '13 ' Llass Play bVISl3 HELEN KISTLER Class Honors'Colophonian Society '12-'18' Class Play ' Sylviu. WALTER KIEL Times" staff 12-'13' 'Alice in Wonderland: Composed Music Class Song' Colophonian Society 12-13' Llass Play "Sylvia. 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V :Liza " I ' , O' ' ' CQ f , 7 " ' L , -av' f G - 7 ', lg ,I 1 , I A g - , ' , V - Q- . , , , WCMEN IN PUBLIC AFFAIRS KAIHI- RINI1 EGGLPSTON Rom-RTS VALhD1cToR1AN HE real work 1D publlc affalrs done by women of the present day Blume. though scarcely reallzed IS be g1nn1ng to be much apprec1ated R Judgxng from cartoons and news paper artlcles one m1ght eas1ly xmagme that the present socxal and economlc actxv1ty of woman IS an IHDOVHIIOD But lookmng back about sxx thousand years who fxgured more prom1nently mn the affalrs ofthe day than Mother Eve? You dont hear half as much about Adam A true descendant of Eve was Hypatla the famous Greek phxlosopher and lecturer of the fourth century about whom gathered students from all parts of the East and whose mfluence was so great 1n mould1ng pubhc OPIDIOD that she aroused the jealousy and opposltxon of Cyr1l of Alexandr1a who at length caused her to be murdered In 1429 It was the mxlltary gemus of a mere g1rl .Ioan of Arc spurred on by an 1ntense patrlotmsm that saved France from rum Turn to England that country never had greater prosper1ty than under the re1gn of the brzl llant and capable ueen Ehzabeth a woman who re l1ed entlrely upon her own knowledge of pubhc affa1rs and condxtrons Under Marma Theresa agrlculture manufactures and commerce of Austr1a flourxshed HUAHCIHI reforms were made the natlonal revenue greatly mcreased the burdens of her subjects d1m1n1shed and by treat1es and al11ances much valuable land was added to Austr1as dom1n1ons As a po11t1cxan reformer and promotor of educatlon Catherme II of Russza was pre emment It IS still w1th1n the memory of lmvlng men how the noble work of Florence N1ght1ngale lessened the horrors of the Cr1mean war and la1d the foundatlon of that great charlty the Red Cross Assoc1at1on The C3p3b1l1t16S of the present day woman are excellently exemphfied 1n Jane Addams Aroused from a per1od of absorpt1on and theorxzlng Mlss Addams and her fr1end Mxss Starr began to search for a su1table place 1n Chlcago where they m1ght try the 5, g y , K - 1 gtfngoyiggcq . . E . . . 14 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES socxal settlement experxment How they found Hull House and how the work of savlng the masses grew under thelr wnllmg hands has often been told In the words of Mlss Addams themr arm was To provxde a center for a hlgher cxvxc and socxal hfe to mstltute and rnalntam educatlonal and phllanthroplc enter prlses and to mvestxgate and 1mprove the condltlons ln the mdustrmal d1str1cts of Chxcago The good she has accomphshed ln carrymg out these mtentlons and ln rousmg the mterest of other women ID s1m1lar matters has not only benefited Ch1cago but has served as an example to women throughout the land Stlrred by her enthusxsrn women began a campaugn agamst unsamtary condltxons m general A part of th1s campaxgn was to obtaln pure mllk and proper care for the children of the poor Every year over two hundred thousand babnes under one year of age d1e ln the Umted States and xt IS estlmated that over one hundred thousand of these deaths could be prevented by proper care and good pasteurxzed and modlfxed mxlk D1spensar1es were establlshed for tlus purpose The Unnted Charltxes put up hospltal tents m wh1ch to care for the allmg babxes But thls was not enough and finally nurses began gomg 1nto the homes of the poor to mstruct the mothers Chxcago saw the good done by these women and now the nurses have passed from the pay of phxlanthropxc socxetxes mto that of the Cnty Health Department Jane Addams addressed the Chlld Labor Commxttee when Senator Beverldge s b1ll to regulate chxld labor through Interstate Commerce Acts was before Congress and the passage of that b1ll was due m a great measure to her efforts In regard to M1ss Addams recent alhance wlth a pohtxcal party she says In Jommg a polxtxclal party I merely followed the varlous phxlanthroplc undertakmgs whxch th1s party s platform had declared to be matters for pohtlcal actxon The present s1tuat1on m the Juvemle Court of Chxcago IS a good lllustratlon of the result of a of Hull House were much dlstressed over the cond1 txon and treatment of boys and gxrls brought to the pohce statxons for petty offenses One woman who was especlally mterested gradually gave all her txme to helpxng these delmquent chlldren Whenever practxcable the pohce JLISIICCS of two near by statxons paroled chlldren to her care Later when the Juvemle Court was establxshed she was employed as first pro batlon officer wlth twenty one other persons asslstmg her For smx years the officers were pa1d by the vol untary assoclatlon known as the Juvemle Court Com mxttee and a detentlon home was supported through whlch passed yearly twenty slx hundred chxldren who would otherw1se have gone to the pohce statmons along wlth hardened crlmmals In connect1on w1th th1s home . . . , . 1 1 n Ll ' a 4 1 V . . . . . - . , . . 4 w 1 - . . Q a th 1 u 1 . . . Y I . . . . . . ,, . . . . . . . . . . . . ,, ' 1 woman's initiative. Several years ago the residents . ' . . 1 y . y 5 . n I I V - . , H ' I - ' ' 1 . Li 1 ' ' ' 11 - I Y 1 Tl-IE HIGH HIGH SCHOOL TIMES tl1e Ch1ldrens Hosp1tal Soc1ety supported a med1cal cl1n1c and It wls found that n1nety mne per cent of tl1ese errmg clnldren were 1n need of med1cal atten t1on All th1s work started by women 1S now taken over by the publxc To Ellen H R1chards IS due much of the suc cess of the movement for sc1ent1f1c tra1n1ng1n the schools of EIYIS for home l1fe The efforts of Maude Younger called the Helen Gould of San Franc1sco 1n behalf of workmg g1rls wa1tresses ID part1cular are worthy of the hlgh6Sf P13158 Born and ralsed 1n the Cl'1V1I'OIlIllCIltS of of her less fortunate sxsters To ga1n a practlcal knowledge of cond1t1ons she left her comfortable l1on1e and worked 1s a wa1tress 1n many hotels from New York to San FTZDCISCO a1d1ng and encouraglng those w1th whom she worked Then resummg her own pos1t1on of l1fe she put forth all tl1e strength of her powerful personahty and wealth 1n an endeavor to ga1n leg1slat1on 1n favor of the workmg gxrls of Cal1forn1a Though opposed by many of the pol1t1ca1 bosses of the state she at last succeeded m gammg I11l1Ch of what she des1red Supreme among the chem1sts of today stands Madame Curle who d1scovered the wonderful sub stance rad1un1 not by acc1dent but by expenment and pat1ent reasonmg from cause to effect The aclnevements of the var1ous women s clubs and assoc1at1ons of the Un1ted States are remarkable At the meetmg of the Federat1on of Women s Clubs 1n San Franc1sco last summer twenty four resolut1ons were passed 1nd1cat1ng the d1rect1on 1n whlch then' work IS to be turned 1n the next two years Most of these resolut1ons dealt w1tl1 two subjects wh1ch v1tally affect the welfare of the nat1on pubhc health and the stablhty of home l1fe fhese women mtend to courage medxcal atte 1'1on fox scl1ool Chlldrell and to provlde out door scl1ools for those wl1o 11eed them They also endorsed the Whxte Slave T1 affic Act of out more st11ctly than heretofore 'lhe moral and soc1aleffect of the stage be1ng very great they w1l1 attempt to 1nculcate h1gher 1deals for th1s nat1ona1 ln st1tut1on and w1l1 endeavor to bzmg about a conference wlth the leadlng newspapers suggestmg concerted effort to e1ther d1scont1nue the com1c supflements or altez the1r character by subst1tut1ng really humorous and art1st1c matter All these and many more thmgs for the general good are be1ng accomphshed by women who are tak mg a promment place 1n publnc l1fe Are men accom phshmg a great deal more? The work of the women IS needed for man 1f not g1ven an 1mpetus IS too 1n cl1ned to plod along m the same old road He needs the shmulus of woman for woman IS the consc1ence 15 ln - 1 - ' 11 . . . , ' 1 1 1 ' I 1' . ' . ' 1 ' ' .1 . . . , . . . en- . ,, . . . , . 1 . l . 1 1 - 1 - wealth and luxury, she became interested in the lot June 25, 1910, and urged that its provisions be carried . , H . 3 r , . , V . 1 K 7. X . Q' . . , . Y . . . - 1 1 .I 'r . ' ' , V l Y ' 7 . . - . q 1 . . , V . . - , . , . , . . . . . . . . v . . 16 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES of man Surely she who understands so well the econom1cs of the home IS capable of understandmg the economlcs of the commonwealth The traxmng of men who are to have charge of the v1t1l affaxrs of the natzon IS and 1lw1ys has been IU the lnnds of women Women have entered the profess1ons and the remun eratlve vocatlons and as 1 result no londer regard marrnge as an 1nst1tut1on necessar11y to be entered mto to prevent starvatlon but is the consummatmn of an ldeal that ms the hlghest ln lufe All arguments ag nnst the woman m pubhc l1fe have been answered by her successful achlevements and that whxch men have called 1ntu1t1on has been 2 FN' gy mx Wai!! proved by the best acadenuc and pr 1ct1cal tests to be sxmply the power of qu1ck and log1c1l FCHSOHIHB That faculty accompimed by wonmn s natural energy and ab1l1ty to do thmgs 111 lkes her 1 power 1n pubhc afllurs w1th wlnch to be reckoned S1nce she his shown herself so unselfxsh nn her 3.Il1b1t1Ol'1S so unquestlonably at least the equal of man IH copmg w1th socnl and econom1c problems and so 1nd1spens-able 1 futor 1n the mdustrnal world surely every mstruxnent should be placed ln her hands that can be wlelded for the betterment of soc1ety and every encourmgenlent offered her ln her noble work of uphftmg humanmty , fa' 'l""llilwmfC-g7- q XllIl1.,L 4 'T 3 "fs,- . . 2 L T L ,- . . . 5 . ,i . , . f . . . . . T , 2 . L 1 L L 5 C e I c . C X e ' . ' I Q . . . . L , b . 1 - - - K . - C , . , . v . C C L - ' 2 L , Q 1 ,ff ,. ... ggi 4, k , y ""' ll ' i .. Z' If ', . r Y Q .- . I 4 1 -SST Sf: QS35 ff I V sg? ss ,f as 50 Q! T 'L 5 Ss 51, f , ,g - -f V 4: A , E' ,f , f -, 1- 1-I. F ' -1 1 -V- AL--.l X ggi- 1 'f- S - , " ' . . , -7 ' la ' , S- , -Q XA K ' ,fn if f V , f- "' - A - , D THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES Tendenc1es Toward Practrcal Educahon Esrnuz Dxmxh Bhmsow SAIUTAIORIAN E are proud and Justly so of our splend1d pr o g res s 1n both the sc1ence and art of educat1on But iw Watt Olin J! P we are glad to say that we are begmnxng to recogmze that wh11e sc1ence and art are a great part or the modern educatlon yet they do not lnclude even 1n the1r w1d est sense tl1e need ofthe ch1ld and of the young people of today And s1nce we see the lack of the pr1ct1cal tl1lI'1gS and that those thmgs wh1ch we have do not supply what the chlld needs we naturally must take up w1th what we know w1ll be useful and pract1 cal to the ch1ld through all h1s hfe Th1s tendency toward practxcahty IS not a th1ng of the last five or even ten years but lt 1S a very very gradual develop ment Away back 1n the M1ddle Ages there was the feelmg of the lack of the tlungs whxch the chlld most needed Th1s feehng xncreased slowly but surely and lt has crept down through these years growmg stronger and stronger first to the Academxes of the New England States and thence to us There rs much d1scuss1on even today as to what IS meant by practxcal educatlon but SIHCC educat1on1s to help a ch1ld to make the most of h1s Ulllld and body surely a pract1cal one IS that wh1ch t1a1ns h1m to make the most of them IH the partxcular lxne whzch he fol lows for h1s llfe work The most 1mportant bus1 ness of the chxld IS growth and lt IS educatxon s duty to ass1st that growth It IS all r1ght to g1VC a ch1ld a certam amount of O1l'l3.I'11CTltdl educatlon but he should have at least two thlTdS of h1s tune left IH whmch to recexve a pract1cal one lust IU the last few years the growth of our pract1c'1l educatxon has been tremendous We are realxzlng more and more that we should not tram the few r1ch who l1ve more or less upon the labor of others but that It 1S the duty of the schools to tram the great mass of humamty who move forward thxs great natlon of ours IH 1ts progress and do the work of the world When we come to cons1der just what the term a pract1ca1 educat1on covers we find that 1n It w1dest sense lt 1ncludes Manual Tramxng Domestxc Sc1ence Phys1ology Phys1calTra1n1ng Agr1culture A Busmess Course Pol1t1cal Economy CIVICS and vocat1onal work When one thlnks of most of these he allows h1s mmd to adopt h1s tlrst 1mpress1on of It wxthout look1ng 17 - - - - ,, I , 1 Y 1 . . 1 . . .1 gg E l ' D I ' A I A I ' - xl-D Y 7 5 . V . V . . - , 0 . V4 , , l . . . .- N X . , an 'N -A ll A ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' l lj 'KC J U . , . . . '5i!'1'l YT, if ' ' . . . ' , U ' . . . h , , c 1 I 1 N17 r K, . d 4 ' C ' Y - . . . . . . ,, , . ,, . . . Q , v . . . 1 . . . 1 . V , , l . . 1 . 1 ' - v THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES further into the subject For example take Domestic Science Generally speaking if some one mentions taking Domestic Science one 1mmed1ately thinks of cooking and sewing and that IS 111 How few people really know the value of Domestic Science to the st11 dent Tis true that she learns cooking and sewing but the most important part IS the theory to know exactly why everything IS done Tllell there IS the economv View of It Surely it is of great worth to know how to save on our food ind yet to have the same nutritive value In the sewing one not only learns how to sew for indeed that IS but a small part but why each stitch IS used where it IS Domestic scale and Home Decoration and Economy in Buying These things surely speak fOl themselves Ill their value and importan e The Manual Trammd is also an economy Those who take the work can make th1n0s for their own homes and save in this wav The Manual Train ing 1S also closely related to the mechanical draw1ng and draft work The honor and rewards of this world are coming in the future to the intelligent crafts man the man who does things w1th his own hands and brain the man who can think out a plan and then show others by his drawino' Not all boys have the opportunity of going away to college and they must have our help toward their greatest good We must not direct all our tlllle and energy to those who cm have a college education but we must also prep tre for their life work the hundreds wl1o cannot go Another important study whose value we far underestimate IS Physiology What can be more llll portant than to know and to understand the workings of our body? And yet we study this subject for one semester and put several years on others that w1ll never be to the student of any practical use If each person had a thorough knowledge of his own body what an economy in doctors bills alone It would mean And where can we get this knowledge if not in the public schools? with Physiology The one teaches us what condi tions the body demands and the other helps us to at ta1n those conditions Every well equipped school ought to have an excellent course in physical training Let us also consider the study of Agriculture The number of boys who go onto the flrm with no further training than their High School course IS countless Think what a benefit it would be to them to have received at leasta general if not thorough knowledge of the science of farming for indeed we all agree today that farming is a science The Business Course includes Type writing Book keeping Stenography and Short hand These courses should be offered in the High School Many 18 . . 5 C r . Z I . L 7 f I . . , 6 V L "" . , ' r 1 1 1 ' 2 V I 7 Science and Art often include Millinery on a small The Physical Training work is connected close- ' , . c . ' ' ' . - ' l 1 ' f I . 1 c l I . k b S ' , . 1 ' ' S ' . aw - I . - Z ' . . . 6 . ' ' ' ' - y . . . v S - .. ,' " l 1 1 ' - THE HIGH HIGH SCHOOL TIMES gnls must go to work in ofnces and for lack f training are inefficient Would it not be better to offer to them a course WhlCll would fit them to go into the world well equipped? After four years prepara tion 1n the High School ought they not to be ready to enter their hte of work w1tl1out takingaspecial course? If we make our school system truly practical it should offer Sl1Cll a course as this to all those who wish t Then there are those students who must be trained to meet the great problems of the day that zrise and are continually ar1s1ng They need Civ s standing of the bovernment and to help them to see mist zkes th tt have been made 1n the past and to prof it by them in meeting the present problems Econ omics teaches the student to reduce the high cost of living and tl11S lS something that would effect every citizen of the United States We have now a course 1n each of these subjects but they are only semester courses and should without doubt be widened greatly As the schools are now conducted there is little to assist a boy or girl in deciding upon his or her vocation The school IS certainly the place for this Since the vo ations cannot be transplanted mto the schools the students must be put into the vocations Vocational teaching has up to this time with few ex ceptions been very slight indeed but now work has been started 1n th1s direction by the Continuation Schools 1n Germany by the Shop Schools in con nection with large trade institutions in England and by the Cincinnati Plan 1n the United States In all of these methods the students attend school and work in their vocations part of the t1n1e Under the plan that IS carried out in the United States students following the same vocation are paired in school and 1nthe1r positions and while one is working at his trade the other is attending school and they exchange places in alternating weeks and months These systems have the same fundament tl principles First under the actual conditions of life second this ex perience places plainly before the student substantial motives for study Allof these studies can be carried on excellently in relat1on to home industries but the kind of in dustry that exists in different places detei mines to a great extent how far this relation may go In an inland place where the agriculture occupation is ex tens1ve the school work could well be carried on with the farm work and in a railroad town it would be very beneficial to have the shop work in connection with the manual training Such a co operative plan as this has been tried many t1n1es but the best known example IS perhaps McComb MISSISSIPPI There the boys work alternating days in the shop and ID the 19 . . ..,. .. . . ' .. ' o 5 - - is . . . ,, . . . . . 4 . ' 5 I l I . f. . 2 '. ' ' ' ' . ' ic .2 ' 2 f ' ' . ' . and Political Economy to give thema thorough under- the vocational work is made real and is carried out , f. I I d 4 4 A . 4 I . . I ' . , , . . . . . , . - . 1 V V . . . .' THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES school It has proven that under this plan the boys c1n do twice as much in school as the average student It ni tkes their work in both places so attractive that instead of wantmb to quit when they Complete the grades they want to continue until they gmdu xte md many boys in McComb h we gone bick to High School and have graduated after h wing been out for several years Another advantage of this system is that the boy receives from S15 to S20 per month and thus fulfils the desire to work on account of which manv boys quit school It dives the railro :ds bettel the High School work more effective md sxves the boy about three years on his apprenticeship tor the railro lds regard his work as equivalent to that much time We must all agree then that our present school system is unpractical Railro lds hive tound th at boys who come to them fiom the public schools are deficient in pr ictical knowledge Phe un mnnous verdict of professional and business men is the sune Let us then make it practical The citizens now must pay to send their children aw ty in order to get the Sublects which thev want when by increasing our school curriculufn not a gle it deal it would be possible for them to get the equivalent of 'lt least one ind per haps two or three years in college in their own town United States Do not then put aside this gre lt prob lem which confronts you but Give it your careful con sideratlon and turn the education of today from u unpractic 11 to 1 practical one EEEE KES Mlllgel 20 ' . . 1 . ' . ' 3 . c . ' . ' ' , ' 2 . . W 2 . K . 0, . . . 2 . l , I . S ' . . ' N ' ' . 2 ,z ' , ' ' , ' z . - C i I- I I Q D- I . l L . I ' ' ' .' . ' " so ' C ' 2 - apprentices. costs the community nothing extra, makes This would be an economy to the citizens of the A ' 2 .z ' . . z.' ' z - ' I L I . ' ' ' ' ' ' I ' g 1 . ' ' 1 C . ' . : 55 ...-.. gl ' ll 4' ,. 5 22: -" H I " iii -3 : '- ,.., Q TI-II: HILII-l SLI-IOOL TIMES Class H1SlOfy, or the Construchon of an Engme H A PARK N 1909 F M Myers became Master any It ,gf echunc I the F M H Jw Machme Shops underE F Schall YU X 4 I jfklx lf fylyflkl Supeuntendent ofMot1ve Power Shortly after tikmg 11131118 new S1tll'lllOll the tonstructlon I' new langlne was begun The plans for 1ts CODSlIAllCtlOI1 were smular to those used mn the erechon of foxmex en glnes yet 1t w ts to have all the lltest lI'I1pTOVClH8DtS M1ssL1theryne Cooke was nude Apprentlce I structor to iSSlSt Mr Myers as sl1e had a thorough knowledge of the h1story of such constluctxons L R Wooctward was 'lppolnted Erectmg Foreman and spent ptrt of etch day xn the Sclence Laboratory worklng on 1ts complehon Because she had 1 famlh arlty w1th German structures Mlss Knoeffler was made General Foreman M1ss Cummxngs havmff the necessary knowledge of the Anc1ent Latln methods was selected as Shop Foreman Before the structure was timshed she took a tr1p to Europe to recover from a nervous breakdown caused by too large asslgnments 1n the pr1nc1pal parts of valve sets Durmg her absence her place was taken by Mrs Evernnffh im Mlss Mabel Mxles wis m ide Foreman of the Amr Department md put the lfnbhsh Meehan msm 1nto excellent wolkxng order mostly woxklng She was asslsted by M1ss Rea who llliCWlSC a1ded Mlss Looke lhe structure was very cfflclent and the seventv seven puts worked wxth but xery l1ttle f11ct1on It wts pxloted on 1ts f1lSttIlp by Don Ilette who brou ht 1ts lllp to a very successful close After three months ldlLIlCS5 lt w ts found th tt varlous parts had completely rusted out and needed rep mzng A L Mithews had now taken M1 Myers place under IL F Schall and wts assxsted by Mlss Cooke Mzss Zella Byram had succeeded Mrs Everlnf ham md Mlss Cummm s had taken Mxss M1les place ass1sted by Mmss Okell Mxss Vmme Garret now floured out the xn fles and curves of the constructzon and Robert Dlck had succeeded Mr Woodwud A the work had not been quxte successful heretofore owmv to the lick of blue prmts I-I D Repass was assxgned th1s work Instead of 1 smgle cyl1nder mt was dec1ded to make lt a double cy11nder engme The parts now numbered forty three and much 1nter nal fr1ct1on had been done away wxth Thomas Con - N .- 21 QE, N . . 3 ' ' Z, z . '. ' ' .' if z ' S M 1 ' 0 . . , s. ' f 2 2 ff - X est ' - A - . ' l,..Y : Efzgilllff. A c ' I . L Q I I t 'Y We ,wh t I . I ' ' . ' ' ' I im , ,A 1 r s WU "Q 445 .',1,f1:X L . . ' . o a . - ' z ' ' lltllh .fm WVU' It - . . . I . . . dpi, X ,ff yin J, 53 A 1 , L y l . . I 2 x. K, . 1 ' ' ' U' ' " ' " ' 4 . 6 , .. . . L ' 2 n- . . 2 1 ' . 2 . '. J ' S. . ' z ' . ' . . . ' ' . , , ' f . , . . . . Z, L . 4 I X ' ' ' 1 I ' 6' ' ' L I 1 6. 2 z ' ' I I . ' ' ' f ' ' - ' 2 ' ' '- 5 2 lg ' 1 --S Y I L ' . 2 ' . S . . ., 6 ' . 1 . F' ' . V . . - , f .. 1 . . , 2 . v . y s u ' - THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES radt was it the throttle and the years trlp wasa decxded success In 1911 H L Thornton became Master Mecha mc and declded to make lt an engxne of trlple expan snon and to Econonuze at the same t1me Mlss Stewart who had been 1 rnachlmst xn the F M H S Shops some years before became lnterested 1n the structure and was appomted Machnnlst 1n Enghsh Department Mlss Selma Stempel had now taken the place left vacant by Mxss Cummxnffs Mlss Carol Scott htd taken Mr Dlcks place and MISS Lllv Robmson had Mlss Knoepller s work mn the uuddle of thxs year One pxece was left out of the englne and nt had become much easter to govern The wnter englneered the run durmg thxs year Thexe was st1ll some IrI'lLI1OI1 wh1ch at one t1me nearly caused a head end colhston wxth engme number 1912 In 1913 the shops were cons1derably enlarged and the force mcreased It was declded by Master Mechanlc Thornton aftera consu1tat1on w1thSupt Schall and the Trustees of the Company that the eng1ne should have a thorough overhaulmg after wh1ch1t was to be released for good The englne up to thls t1me had been of compound constructlon It was declded to change It IHIO a sxmple quadruple expanszon engme Mr Van Voltmbergh pomted out the defects IH the boller so xt was converted 1nto the superheater type Mr Repass made the blue punts and the fmal work was begun As the lubucmtmg of the mechanlsm h td been pool Mlss Stewarts olly Enghsh was brought mto pl ty Mxss Garrett md M1ss Sk1nner the successor of MISS Scott now figured the necessary angles It was also found th tt the fuel wh1ch they had been usmg was ne1ther samtary nor econonucal Mxss H111 was secured and tn the Domestxc Sclence Labaratory worked out thls dllficulty w1th apparent ease Wtth such competent machmxsts after such prev1ous expermments xt IS no wonder th tt the most perfect englne ever turned out of F M H S was run from the old shop on May 29th On the green colored tender were the large golden Hgures 1913 It was now re tdy for servlce havlng made lts trlal trlp dr1ven by Byron He1t7n1an Now comes an seemmg contradlctlon 1n the wr1ters tale Thus splend1d new engxne was to be dls mantled unnledmately If 'tn eng1ne IS buxlt for servxce why should thts one be made useless? The answer IS thus Each part has been so shaped and perfected ln the four years that 1t w1ll do 1ts part ethc1ently 1n any engme wherem xt IS placed W1ll the parts ofthe engme of 1913 be parts of englnes that make successful tr1ps through the road of l1fe or w1l1 they permlt themselves to rust out ln the valley of 1dleness and pleasure 22 ' 1 ' ' .' . ' I 5 5 1. 2 I V ' ' '. . . 6 ' 2 . ', s . 2 C ' Is- . V ' 'T .T 1 1 taken Miss Cook's place. Miss Anna Tiede took up ' 1 r 1 ' I . In 4 I ' ' ' , , . . . . , . - . 2 ' . . . . 3 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES R1p Raps Of the Ll tsses wh1ch have spent four years In thls well beloved Hall The class 13 wh1ch I shall tell Youll agree ms best of all Of boys we now h we just fourteen Of gxrls there s twenty one And each one of the thlrty hve ls bflllllllllig full of fun Kltharme R tho very small Has braxns of goodly s1ze At least we judge thxs must be so If there her knowledge hes Another flldld IS dark and charmmg And can show grades qu1te alarmmg Our Esther who w1th Sllllllllg looks Is ever pourmg o er her books Leah IS a gentle lass Who now four years has graced our class Her k1ndly manner and wmmng ways W1ll always w1n her frrends and pralse Of goodly slze fine vo1ce and act1on E1 HIHL HPNSIIALI Walter Knel wnll be qunte an attractxon If he 1eaches the stage where hrs fondest hopes l1e On wings of fune h1s name wxll fly Another Walter we have w1th us Who IS tall and th1n but deterlnxned and strong We knew the enemy could not last long Mar1e Weber IS a genxus we re told And excels other members of the Green and Gold In many thlngs but we cant let xt pass That she laughs first and then laughs last Gladys Cunnlng xs very qulet Thus grew to malden hood And tho she says but a very few words She IS most kmd and good Mar1e IS always giggling Never knowxng when to qult Keeps us ever ln good humor W1th her sweetness and her w1t - Y I ' ' - In the game when e'er he bucked the line, . , ' , ' . . . . . . , . . , 3 1 1 1 1 ' l G . 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C L c 1 , -A I MH , c 'A ' l 1 'IHL HIGH SLHOOL IIMES W1ll111xtolu1gl1 1nd IC zdy to Sllllle No matter how deep 111 Ruths p 1th troubles Pl C Oh yes tl1e11 there s Lew ind wl1 lt sl1 ill I tell Ol tl11s brwe cl1 xp whom LII l1ke so well He s not vuy ltrge but we xe pzoud to sly Mme th lll once 111 1 ball game I1e s won us tI1e d ly Unk of I1 III 1nd evcs IS sl1e Iexes eel sp ukhn oer Wlfll glee Knowms WIICII to speak and when to be st1ll Mllllel s WOI1 lI1lI1yI!IlCI1dS md mlways w1ll H trold Masdcn deems It WISE Io scratch IIIS head when e er he tr1es O11 my d1flfICL1lt problem to thlnk We bel1eve tll1S IS wl1 lt has made l11s h ur k1nk Of tl1e lasses 111 our cl :ss lv1 IS 111CllI18d toward curls O11 sun11y d lys they CI"lI'l1p l1ke sprmgs But alas' when It rams they hang l1ke strmgs Alas and alack there s one I fear Well not have w1tl1 us by the end ofthe year Howard we know loves tl1e Jumor class So we wont be surpr1sed 1f he doesnt pass We have a 11a1d by the I1 une ol K1tt1e Who 19 qu1te cl11rn11ng5 1nd llldtbfl wczy pxctty She plays 1 VIOIID 111 1 manner we I6 told Wl11cI1 qulte surp1sses111us1t1111s ol old Lhtter cl xttel what s tl1e 111 ltter' Geltrude Welch 15 txlkmg yet Oh 111y de 11 l1ow I fe lr To stop some d 15 youll fornet lhey say qmck ten1pe1 tccoxnp 1n1es red I1 ur And the two we know Ill zke 1 1 1tl1er hot pa1r But Luc1le one 111e111ber Wltll led l1a1r blessed ls of a te111per not possessed l11 our 1111dst a Rose bud Orew And qu1etly ope11ed out to v1ew A qmet n1odestt11111d flower Sheddmg sunslnne evezx hour u1et but qmte fond of dxess l1ene most xlways has the best But sl1e s not proud were glad to tell Altho sl1e dlesses .lust real swell TIS very seldom tl1at you find A boy wl1o IS at all II1Clll'I6d To hurt l1lll'1SCIf by studymg 111uch However Charles IS 0118 of such 0' Z g 2 .2 . 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L n ' ' ' ' 1 Y .. 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 - IHE, HIGH SLHOOL TIMILS One d unsel fur I most for ot The hrst on deck when there s work to be A tllllln xt would not p IX to do done For Edn 1 s lub enough IOt1lIlS1l Me mf she only chose to Of lnyselfl sh 111 swy ind let 111 else p iss Now fox the presldent of bold md Lneen I un not the poet of the cl Lss But h we wrxttcn these few hncs by ICQLICSI Phe very best le tder you ve CVC1 seen Of the Senxor C1 iss who thou fht lt best The hlst III p16lSLlIS the hxst in fun A The Last W11l of the Class of 1913 Ll nsucw FURKLNK Srmx- or Imm Ll-11 LOL Nur Know all men by these presents that we the members of the Semor Clxss of 1913 of the Fort Madxson H1 11 School be1n of llwful ade and sound of mxnd and memory do m xke pubhsh and declare thls mstrument to be our 11st w1l1 and testament as follows We do g1V6 ClCV1SC and bequeath to the fol lowmg persons all property of whatsoever kxnd and descr1pt1on gwmg to them an absolute tltle xn fee slmple thereto To the .Tumor class as our successors we leave the greater part of our possesslons and 1nterests to w1t Fnst lwenty hvc of the most restless se1ts ID H1011 School Second Our places as cluef officers on the st1tf of the Hxgh School Tunes Thlrd Out studlous 11 Lblts md our helpful notebooks 'accumulated duxxng thxs ye tr Fourth Our champlon footb 111 team 11so our excellence ln 111 branches of athletlcs Flfth Our dramatlc and Hll15lCl1 d.b111t16b so they can produce 1 Sernor play next year Slxth Last but not least we leave to the .Tumors our superlor scholarslnp and our excellent behavxor To the Freshmen we w1ll our mus1c box and 1 few more toys wlth whxch to play unt1l they w1l1 be 26 fa - .a N, X , , d , I , ,, , 4 . g b , . , 6 cl . . if D 'Z. 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' - f- v v v . c , ' q 2 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES come accustomed to the ways of the H1gh School To the Hzgh School we g1ve our first years salary to swell the endowment fund forthe new H1gh School a large stereoptxcon our 1nterest ln the tenn1s courts and our large football p1cture Next we w1ll Mr Thornton a megaphone so the peope all over the assembly can heal h1m a book on Farmmg as a Sc1ence prepared by Mr Van Volt mbergh and Harold Masden and a debatmg team We w1ll to Mr Van Voltenbergh Ben Goldman to take Htrold Masden s place We also leave to Mr Van Voltznbergh a book on How to Crow Tall by Walter Wxebler and a yard st1ck w1th whxch to measure h1s assxgnments To the boys of the Hxgh School we leave a large green sward upon wh1ch they may have thexr plpe dreams We w1ll Katherxne Doerr Paul Shreves and Mr Repass each a palr of gum shoes so that they w1ll not knock all of the plaster off of the ce1l1ng when they walk across the assembly To the exchange ed1tor we leave a lock and key so that all of the exchanges do not stxck to the fingers of the pupxls To W1ll1am South we w1ll a permanent breath klller xts purpose unknown To Dale D1nw1dd1e and Ralph McCartney we leave a nurse to brxng them to school We w1ll to Charles Hucklns and James Maloney each a box of axle grease to stzffen lns obstxnate pompadour Walter K1elw1lls to L1ll1an Hanchett hls studlous hab1ts and good grades To Arthur Lansmg Charles Starbulg w1lls hxs great popularlty wlth the gnls To Walter Wxebler Harold Park w1lls hxs 1n dxscrmbable walk Fmally 1n general havmg decxded that the followmg people want thexr names 1n the w1ll of the 1llustr1ous class of 1913 we w1ll To Raymond Weber fame as a stellar athlete To Clarence Smzth a new method of workmg the teachers guaranteed to relleve h1m from the ex amlnatlons and 1nsure h1m hlgher grades To Lzlhan Hanchett and Catherme Stebbms an automat1c excuse wrlter To Emmet Murphy a B1g Ben alarm clock so he can get to school by n1ne o clock To Howard Parker a plcture of hxmself to put ln The Txmes as the class dectded not to have the baby pxctures Fo Fanny Hanes a large assortment of hxgh school and class p1ns To the Domest1c Sclence and Manual Trammg departments more apparatus and more room ' ' 1 , . . . 1 1 . . f 1 1 ' 1 - . . 1 I , 5 , , , . 5 1 1 1 I i A . 1 v r ' , ' ' c ' . , . , ' 1 1 , . 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' ' 1 1 - 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 - PHE HIL H SCHOOL TIMES Chester Gross 1 lzrge plrt of ou1 Good be All lHtCICQt IH the Jumor cltss not herern spew hlV1OI fled we 1et'11n for ourselves Russell Hopley some collected thouohts Howard Ptrlter Charles HuCk1IlS an hour for study the future dehitmg te un success ind ln op ponet l'o Fred H tnchett and Cltrence Snnth the two front se its and to Or mde Judy md Edw 1rd Tueker two luck seats IH the Senxor rows To Tunes Morton Kttheune Roberts knowmv sald Molton to be a very StL1d1OLl5 young man be To the hterary socletxes we le1ve a book on publlc speaklng Signed F lrl Hmulton Fo the Vxtt riph Motxon Puture Company we w1ll W llter Kxel ls suhstxtute for John Bunny To lll who follow our lllLl'utI'1Ol1S w xy 111 the future we beque 1th a. strong d6tClI111Hl1lOI1tO equ Ll our time IH school and to tppro lch our own estnn lte of our unportance to pubhc work In testnnony whereof we the sa1d Semors have Iowa thls twenty Illlltll day of lVl1y 1913 Semor Class of 1913 ff' I i U 28 ' E ' To ' 2 f 2 ' S - ' ' . ' ' 1 ' ' 5 "- z ' '. ' 1 ' To . 3 5 . ' z ' 'FO ' Q' . K 12 2 To . ' z . . z - ' 'ag L ' " '. . z 1 ' 2 , . ' . 2 L 2 ' 1 2 ' S ' S z ' : 2 z 5 ' z 2 N 1 2 ' 5 ' ' 2 l . 2 , . 2 " , ' S ' - I ' I? I N c v ' A v D I - V queaths her place as valedictorian. set our hand and seal. to this our will, in the State of 5'-2 I I ,E 1, ri: - "lg y .Train :N e. V 1 :fire A Eff 1 , n N- -'SST'-il: Q si x: " 21451 C' THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES 29 SENIOR CLASS PLAY SYLVIA A SPLENDID SUCCESS CAST Sylvla Gopruxol betrothed to De Lacy Gertrude Welch B tty lAltoD betrothed to W1ll1am Katherxne Roberts S1r Bertram De Lacy lTenorJ Court Poet Walter K1cl Wxllxam Uiarxtonej an honest farmer Byron Heutzmau Prmce Tobbytum lBar1tonel man of eonscqueuce Harold Park Axabella llVlezzo Soprano, a lady m Wii1tlHQ at court Ethel Henshall Arammta fMezzo Sopranol her slster Ruth Haase Farmers Daughters frnends of Betty Polly Marxe Stempel Molly Mane Weber Dolly Helen Kxstler Robm a country lad Howard Parker Chorus farm lads farmers daughters and haymakers H 11 1 1 '- , 1 - 1 L 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 Q ' 1 . 1 1 1 A - 1 y 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 v , . . 1 1 ' 1 1 ' swu- Axnold Iuexle Beubow hsthex Llinew ltene Lonrwdt Thonns Lorrx III Nellxe Lllllllllltl Glidys D1v1s Le1l1 Dmerkel Rose Furrer Llxnton Giston Mnuel Glahx Kxttle Hdase Ruth Hamxlton Eflrl Hansmwn Herbert Hansmm XV1lter Henshull hthel Jwcobs Pilllllle Kxstler Helen Kiuetf M1r1etta K1el Wllter Misden Halold M1wo Iva Parker Howxrd Park Hirold Rxee hdui Roberts K1tharxne Smxth Lou1se btempel Mine Starburg Llnrles Sehulte Liura Scluex Henry Watl-uns Lew Welch Gertrude Weber M1r1e IHE HIGH SCHOOL FIMILS Census of the Class of 1913 R lll Hmxsr 13 Lmsns Tama hx NXNH Xlikfl-R Red hs Mxekw Loonev Lmkw L Sweetlxe nrt Blhv Skeet O O K1 Duteh H un HLll7lL Sweed I Jikev Honev Ettv Fx M nsse Ill Guns Hip Puks Rusty Bobs Snutty btelnp Bunny Lollxe Hank Fl1t Bounce Dottxe P 1e1y Se 1el1 mt Htppy xo lneky Loutteous Tunxd Unpretenhous. 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' WJ z" H 'V'W . , V H "'f'j , .MH NH ,,,, Togo T' ' ",'.HH ,HW,,mm THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES Prophecy for Class of 1913 I had wxshed that all were gltdness For my classmates but Im wrong As Ive been IH consultatnon Oh so long' Wxth the fanrxes and the w1tches And the prophets trxed and true And have found wlthout a doubt What must come to each of you I know you all are anxlous But Hrst each one must promxse To belleve lt every word For to get my mformatlon I must creep out of my bed Just at the hour of mldmght By an unseen hand be led Through the dark streets of our clty To the brldge that spans the rlver W1thout lookmg to the rlght or left The thought just makes me shlver I called aloud for the Queen of Spooks In th1s dead hour of nlght And as I drd before me came Many glasses filled wxth drmks Mmm- Wr BI K All the colols of the ralnbow T1s the fate of the Senlor l1nks Pour three of these together For the future of the boys And rn turn youll see the1r future The1r sorrows and the1r joys Well' thzs work was gettmg traglc I could erther laugh or cry Sald a volce from out the shadows Courage mald the green glass try I obeyed Twas Ethel Henshall A muse who s served us well And scores of SPICY Jmgles Our magazme drd sell Many the books she s wrltten And great was the demand But her wxtty rhymes 1n the H1gh S In prommence stxll stand chool Tunes I thought how brnght was her future And I felt a httle more calm So gently I ralsed the red glass And a taste I took there from Loulse Suuth stood before me . 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' THE Addressxng a mxghty throng My place IS on the platform And Womans Rxghts my song lm m wlth Mrs Pankhurst Susan B Anthony IS my style The lad1es all d1d cheer her As they marched out smgle file Whlle the few men almost falnted As she d1d her theats repeat Some scrambled out the w1ndow Our Edna lxved on Easy street Amongst the bzrds and trees A mxllxon some one left her To do wlth as she pleased Soon after thxs good fortune Amusmg to relate She d bought out every pxcture show In thxs part of the state Next came Katherxne small but mlghty Who obeyed the Golden Rule And won the hlghest honors In the hlstory of our school Now she graced an artlst s Sanctum Across the deep blue sea Nor Duke nor Earl attracted her So happy there was she HIGH SCHOOL TIMES My next v1ew was a rxver town A huge slgn swung m the breeze Attorneys at Law I read wlth a sm1le And wondered what semors are these? No other than Masden Knel and Co A prosperous firm they made As lxttle was left for the cllents share After expenses were pand Oft as we gxrls had walked to school And talked of what best we could do Wlth Leah and Ruth twas a problem What course would be thexrs to pursue Wlth eagerness now I watched for thexr fate And scannmg them drew a deep slgh When I saw them showmg a Domestlc Class How a sprmg chxcken should fry Then for a taste of number mne Twas Luc1le s fate to vxew Tho not what I expected lt Nevertheless twas true There ln a SPRCIOUS castle Dwelt a fnxy fussy mamd W1th her tabb1es and her pug dogs Here only a mmute I stald The parrot was shoutmg so loudly My head began to ache So for a change the three I m1xed . . I . . g ss 1 H - - ls 1 - u H 11 - 4 I , . . I 1 . . , ,, . . . , . . , . A V , . . , . 1 1 I Y Others hid beneath the seat. . , 2 V . , , , v ' Y I . . V - , Y . . 2 1 Y TI-IE HIL I-I SLHOOL TIMES Ant 1 ave xt 1. he utx shake Then one of the boys stepped forward Twas Ham shi htly sprmkled w1th Ort Just gone to housekeepmg he rem lrked Has such h lppmess come to stay I couldnt ICSISI the temptitxon To take a ten yeaxs liter v1ew But al ts' I wlshed I h tdnt For the mud th xt had stood beslde hmm Was twav 1 comnuttee to meet Hls mother ln law was hOldll1g the fort L1us1ng h1n1 h1s pr lyels to rc pe lt In thls worlds great held of labor No two would choose the same Au a nussnonary s help meet Our zealous Iva came Her splrxts rapt devotnon Leadlng her to lands unknown Found no barrxer m the ocean Nor the trxbes of the torr1d zone An American art1st of great renown Was he next one to appear As master of the v1ol1n Her fame spread far and near The marked respect all pa1d her Was sure akln to awe As thev how low before hex Our M td UIIOISCIIC de G1 th 1' Her p mth IS strewn Wlth roses Her pmlses each one smffs bhe ll be ln angel Over there Hue all she needs IS Wllldb The dltss from wh1ch I next dld s1p The Slgll of prxnter dlsplayed And I sure was not d1s1ppo1nted In the record that Thomas h td made When I slaved fol tl1e Hlgll School Tunes Quoth he Th1s h lblt upon me grew And tod my I un turmng out Annuals Of Nxneteen th1rty two Merle G1 ldys md M1r1ett1 Had taken three cl ums ln the West And hved 1n 1 qucunt httle cottage Everythmg lookmg xts best These bachelor glrls grew lonesome As the w1nter days drew neu For they mlssed thelr summer pleasures And the elements brlght and clear Near by three lads were homesteadmg Who watched them w1th lovmg eye And they growmg lonesome 11kew1se Strolled over then' luck to try It was sxmply the old old story I t 3. 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'- 1 I C 1 1 1 1 7 V THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES Of Lupmd and hls bow They chan ed thelr names combmed themr clanns Such bhss few w1ll ever know As a cl rss we thought that Helen Would st tr 111 the game of lxfe Would make her mark IH the world of books Regardless of care and strlfe To get her V1rg1l lessons Now on a revlsed ed1t1on She was w orkmg wlth a wxll Wluch would take much less gray m And yet requlre one s skxll The fate of Nell1e was next m l1ne But she was breakxng the rule To my great supr1se I beheld her Conductxng a dancmg school So happy there I left her To v1ew an unknown treat A Ft Madlson TTBHSIHISSIOH plant Located on Des Momes Street Paul1ne was the stenographer They found her good as gold Years and years she d served them T111 an mterest she controlled ltter Now tell me of our Plesldent And hxs pronnsmg C31 eer And my mmd turned back to our Sen1or play When hls volce rang loud and clear He had left the staffe and the footllghts glare Back ln h1s flft16lll year And had hung out a slungle on wluch was the name He1t7 man the Auctloneer l'ho h xrd our path wlth many a thorn Our class has found a Rose In onr Junlor year her eloquent tongue E en rlvalled Cxcero s Her pltce she took mn the Hall of Fame Wluch she no doubt w1ll keep For well she plays the studlous game W1th a w1l1 you cant defeat Only one 1n our class asp1red to teach And that was Esther B Insp1red by the love of hte rature She d acquxred 1n Englxsh III So fond was she of Mllton s works W1th L Allegro she begun And translatmg xnto three languages She d memor1zed every one The twenty tlurd glass was Lora s Fate had to her been kmd N - . v .. . . 6 . . . . . . 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' - 1 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES She s spent the best years of her life In the betterment of mankind ln the slums of a great city This ministering angel dwelt Tending man with heart of pity Since e lch one s needs she felt With great pomp and ceremony I reviewed 1 xrand ptr ide And from the royal chariot When from the dark mysterious deep Came a gentle voice serene Es ist die deutsche Komdin Sweet studious Irene Behold' a man of consequence With titles a hundred and one Boniface Augustus Parks The Prince of Tobbytum' Since he mingles with the royalty And sits on luxurys hp He has long since forgotten Ft Madison s on the map For a moment I sat thinkmg What a record we had made When our petite Dr Parker Showed me he was not in the shade With the air of Sir Bertram de Lacy He presented his cird to me Heart Specialist lo attractive young lmdies My services are free Twas Walter who next appe ired to me As I shook the twenty eighth glass He said Im a crusty old bachelor But he happiest one in the class I can do what I please whenever I please E en smoke my pipe of clay And be merry all the day Twas rumored great treasures weie hidden Deep down in the earth of Braz1l So Herbert Charles and Henry Started out their pockets to fill Watkins the world renowned palmist said Boys they are yours if you will And the last that h ms been heard of them They were puffing and diggmg still In a secluded forest beneath a great oak tree Lay M Valeria Stempels Autobiography She had stolen away for a drink from the brook This much I gleaned from the first page of her book My uneventful existence dates back to ninety four ,Q . . 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I ' ' , Li ' ' 'IHF I-IIFH SLHCCI TIMES All these years Ive SI ent on the Mlssmsslppx shore I entert uned the nexghhbors wlth my Illld mght serenades Sang on w1thout an encore m these youthful escapades Nor among our fourteen gallant boys He ne er was known to break a rule On enteung the portals of our Hlgll School Whenever trouble seemed to brew Hxs share 1n It ne er rose to v1ew From bemg a Stdl on the football field Wllere he a mlghty arm d1d w1eld A Bxlly Sunday he became And preflxed Reverend to has name The brown glass next I emptzed As cool as a drxnk from the well It matched our Gertrude s ha1r so near I knew twould her future tell Upon the matrxmomal sea Thrlce tlus fa1r ma1d d1d saxl And there she stood before my eyes Future and past to bewa1l The first one was so happy He dled from over joy And I saxd I beg you name h1m She answerec A Senxor Boy Number two for l1fe had IH med He very mysterlously d1sappeared And we trust he s ln the sky The thnd one had deserted her And so It came to Lass That she who d so many husbands Was the Griss w1dow of the class One more glass' Then lt was fmxshed My sentence I knew was there I longed to know xts contents Before I descended the staxr So I raxsed It to my eyes IH haste Just to take a hasty peep Behold my glass was empty And my future lost 1n the deep lllfllbelf 1 . 1 I ' 4 37 "Skeet" is the one who deep thinking enjoys: Decidedly too high- ffffgzw Qf 445 -'ff W ,uf gc? ,Q-J Wien 1 1 III VT Lmmm ....zz,.M-J ply ,Aw ww-4-,Ffh I I I I zviwzd. 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A 1 b - . - - 1 V 6 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES t1tled How to Manage tl1e Farm fro1n the safety of a nearby tree If such stormes aroused l1er f1gl1t1ng blood they aroused her adm1rat1on as well so she was ID qu1te an annable frame of m111d when she saw h1m commg up her walk late the next afternoon Now ye may as well know first as last that I n1 not go1n to buy none o yer books and spend yer t1n1e on someone else she Sald open1ng the door a t1ny crack and shoomg at some 1nqu1ns1t1ve H168 The young man walked up to the door and 1n serted h1s toe 1n the crack Instantly two ofthe larg est slzed flxes flew 1n and M1ss M1randa was afer them Too bad sa1d the agent syrnpathehcally I guess Id better come 1n So when she returned pant1ng bu V1CtOI'1OLlS he had gracefully seated h1mself and was say1ng th1s you see 1S absolutely 1nd1spensable to farmers and gardeners g1V1Hg adv1ce 1n the cr1t1ca1 pemods thus doublmg or even trebhng the y1eld Yed better move on sa1d M1ss M1randa 1n a dangerously soft tone at the same tune tak1ng h1s arm and leadmg h1m toward the door I dont a1m to have agents 111 my house Very well then Ill just Slt on the porch thank you he responded as 1f he had just rece1ved a de lzghtful 1nv1tat1on Now as I was saymg bes1des doublmg every crop It also Szt there as long as ye please she crxed losmg l1er customary self control S1t there t11l dooms days and yell never sell me a book I never take dares he sald Ill szt here 11ow t1ll you buy the whole set MISS M1randa hooked the screen v1c1ously and went off about her work When she returned at suy per txme he was st1ll there readmg one of hxs books w1th qlllel enjoyment She ate her supper put every thlng that was alreadv 1n order 1n order agaxn and then went o 1t1I'1lO the garden to water some vegetables wh1ch needed ur 111 She came to the house at dark and to her surpr1se he was st1ll s1tt1ng there She looked at the clock He d been there three hours She sat down by the small o1l lamp to read the v1llage paper but her consc1ence troubled hen somewhat IU Splte of herself When she had read the paper from cover to cover she began lockmg up the house Be ye go1n to spend the I1lbl'1tth81'8' she asked when she came to the front door Ill be able to make myself very comfortable Wlth these cush1ons I th1nk By the way you haven t happened to change your mmd No I havent she shouted and closed the door w1th a bang She went to bed but the thought that someone . 11 7 I 11 ' . . . . sa . . 1 . , , , ' ' 11 ' 1 . . 41 1 .1 . . 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' I 7 Y It 1 ' ' . , 1 H . . . - I ! 1 THE HIGH SLI-IOOL TIMES w1s Slttlfld down there not s1v1ng 1nyth1n0 but just s1tt1n there 1n1de her nervo11s She dre1111ed that she w1s at her own gate laden Wlth ll'1I'QC pack of bt oks and that the 1 ent w1s IIOICIIII 1 bushel sack 1nto wlneh she w 1 11nw1ll111glypo11r1n0 1 stream of Gold dolltrs Once she looked to see 1f he were 5t1ll there He w1s sleepmg 1e11ef1lly wlth h1s head on a set of How to M1111 e the F11 1 MISS M1r1nda went bick 1nd wond 1ed wl1 1t tl1 I1 1 hhors would thmk tloout her and they would t1ke tdx tnta e of It Sl1e rose e'11ly the 11ext l'IlOI'11ll'l0 A5 she opened the door tl1e went w lkened 1nd 51111l1n0 ex ten Ied one of 111s books to l1er What do vou spose the ne1 hbors ll thlnk to see you s1tt1n0 hele th1s way? sl1e 1sked Im 5ureI dont know I111 lxeep1n 111y IIIIHLI on the fact that Im 0111 to sell you one of these sets of volumes only three dollus md tb olutely M155 M1ra11da departed h1st1lv After an hour n1en bed 111 to pass the house and to stare curxously it the went sleepmd there 1n the sunshme A Clty fr1end telephoned that she WOL1ld be out to spend the day Thmgs were growmg des perate Id have h1m out of l1e1e ln a mmute 5a1d M1ss M1randa 1f It warnt for the looks of thlngs If I could get tum out 1n the back yard Id try It Two wo111en p155ed and at tl1e s1gl1t of the went hefan to tilk e'1ffe1ly th1t w15 tl1e l1st st1 IW She could 1111 10111e what tl1ey were s1y1ng She sat down O11 tl1e b1ck steps and tl1Ol1'l1f l111d 1nd lt ltst dCCldCd O11 he1 course She d 111 1ke l11111 thxnk tl1e house w1s burn1n0 The 5111 ll of s111oke would 111 tkc my slne person 1nvest10 1te So she put a sl1ovel of coals on the cl111r 16 house began to f1llw1tl1 smoke Not l1vely enougl1 she thou' ht 1nd she p1led k1ndl111g on the co 115 and reckle sly pou1ed on in extravagint amount of kero se11e Wl1en M155 M1r1nd1 p1cked herself up a few I11lIlL1t6S ltter she fOl11Cl that a greasy black sn1oke h1d filled the l1ouse 'md stalned tl1e wtlls The can of ke1 osene l1 ILI t1pped over She herself w ts 1111nu5 eve brows 1nd front ha1r She rushed to the door to see the effect on her v1ct1n1 He wasn t even awake Sl1e looked at the stun on the walls wlnch only fresh punt would cover She thought of the wasted ke1o5ene and tl1e numberless cakes of soap wh1ch would be requ1red to take the sta1n from the floor She looked 1n a m11ror at her oddlook1ngf1ce There wis no telhng to what desperate means sl1e mxght re sort They m1ght be even more extravagant She took her purse from 1tS h1d1ng place under the clock and went to the porch zi .' 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' ' i I ' 17 u ' ' THE HIGH SCHOOL 'IIMES How much dxd ye say them books were' she lflqlllfed Only three dollars sud the agent who was Sulpllllgly w1de awake on th it sub1ect And for that money Ill uazantee th mt theres no better or more elegantly bound book on the market one so filled She counted the money mto hzs hand Now get out of here she sud Itll be better for you lf you dont come 1ga1n So he went aw ly texfectly h ippy he had sold mother set of books But although Mnss M1randa says she mntended to buy the books ill the tune and only lntended to JCWl1l1'll down xt IS the oplnxon of the ne1ghbors that M155 Sprxggs has lost her knack for sxnce then she h is often patronlzed book tgents Our F1rst Rattler MILLIP SMITH 16 T was l bught sunny day about the nnddle of May when all nature L Kim, seems most heautlful My l1ttle +7773 s1ster and I were herdmg cattle on the plauns of western Okla ij homa At one tmme there had xl f AJ X4 been a creek not far from our home but now lt was dry and brakes extended from both S1dCS of 1ts banks for a qua1 ter of a m1le It was m the shade of these brakes th tt the fOllOWlHg lncldent occuxed My s1ster andI had been playmg and had let the cattle wander farther away from us than usual I told her to stay where she was and I would go dr1ve them back closer to the brakes As I was domg so I thoughtl he 1rd a rattlesnake near me and as these were Very numelous there I became frx htened Turnmg around I saw 1 large one ly1ng1n a bunch of sage glass I shouted to my s1ster and told her I had found a snake That was enough she was soon at my S1dC w1th her apon full of rocks that we had gathered from Varxous places for thxs purpose Crack' went one rock whlch struck 111111 not far from hls head He was now enlaged and the more rocks we threw the more enraged he became I sent my sxster after a new supply of rocks and she had just retulned when the vlper coxled and made a leap for her I was wlld wxth frrght and hardly knowmg what 1 was domg grabbed her by her arm and threw her down mstead of pulhng her back out of the road is ' , 'YI V 1 Y' , 1. 1 ' 1 Y' 1 . 2 lv 3 - Z lv., , f - H , J' , ' - - L - 1 2 , , ' z ' 1 1 . 2 -1 -. 1 ll 51 . 1 Z j , I , 1 g Z ' f 1 j , Zu - 1 -l - 1 - , . 1 7 u L ! 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' 1 . . . . l 1 ' , , l . , A 5 . - Q 2 . . . 1 l 1 . , , THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES as I intended It was a dangerous place for her but the action had caused the snake to miss his aim She was hardly on her feet when the snake coiled again and with a hiss md a rattle dived at me But my sister who had not let loose of me since she was get ting up pulled or rather tlung me to one side Things were now getting desperate The snake was coxlmg again I grabbed a large rock and at last hit him on the head with it My little sister then pelted him with every rock she could find My blow had stunned him so that it was not 1 hard Job to kill him then After he was dead we took a good look at him and then hung him on a soap weed bush He was larger than a broom handle and had seven rattles A Day from the Log of a P1rate RAYMOND WEBER 16 EADMANS Harbor April 18 1820 Aboard the Prancmg Polly This morning dawned bright and clear in Skeleton Harbor shipping water and nothing worth telling hap GQ GJ G pened unt1l noon except Pink Whiskers parrot whose wings had been clipped fell overboard and was rescued by Earrings Yaller Mustaches also finished embroid ering his pillow with lovers knots on th port and sta board beam and started on a tidy for the cabin table About noon we finished taklng on water and set sail for Havana Cuba us having heard that the Spaniard had arrived and that she would make a r1ch prize The men couldn t see no use in taking on water as we took thirty six casks o rum from our last prize But I must uphold my reputation as a cruel and blood month As we rounded the mouth of the harbor on a port helm and a N E by S W slant o breeze Yaller Mustaches who was s1tt1ng on the forcastle hatch em broidermg his tidy up and yells back at me on the poop deck where Iwas a darnin sox Swish guzzle my marlin spike my threads all tangled Why cant we capture some keel hauled females an make em do the Sewing? Iwas just goin to argue th pint with him it not becomm a pirate to agree with anyone when 44 Q l If -Q 1 - I l ' - ' 1 - l i Q 1 . . A I . ' e N - Q ' 7 with little or no wind. We were thirsty pirate by making them bathe at least once a t 1 L l l ' P u . ' , THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES Earrmgs who was wash1n h1s handkerchxefs over on the larboard quarter looks up an yells Sa1l Ho' I dropped those dad ratlxned sox and sure enough there on the port bow just makm headway under full sa1l was a b1g beef eatmg Enghshman Yaller Mustaches dropped has ttdy 1u the excxtement an xt took h1m two hours afterwards to untangle xt He lnvented a lot of new adjectxves 1n the progress I ordered the Jolly Roger to be h1StCd to the m1zzen gaff and the how1tzers o1led and we gave chase We fired a shot across her bows and overtook her easy th Prancmg Polly bemg faster even than the up along sxde the crew preparmg to board th enemy but we had no sooner touched her when here comes a mob o females pour1n over the bulwarks as would scare a Bluebeard They had hat p1ns IH the1r hands and murder 1n the1r eyes Great Caesars hawse pxpes but them was awful They commensed jabbm w1th the1r hat pzns and as soon as the men saw what we d run mto they beat lt below and closed the hatches so that Pmk Whxskers Earrmgs Yaller Mustaches and myself was left on th deck w1th three dozen ragln females tearm up thmgs proper Iwas up the ma1n mast tn two jerks of an anchor rope w1th Earrmgs at my heals I glanced forward and there was Yaller Mustaches gom up the fore mast and Pmk Wh1skers hangm on to the end o the bowspnt Then I looked down Our decks was 1n possess lon of all them women wavln hat pms and trym to force open the hatches 1n order to get at those below decks Let me tell you I sure was nervous After awhxle they calmed down and held an mdlgnatlon meetxng I and Earrmgs was gettm nughty cramped there 1n the mam top and Pxnk Whxskers was havm a hard tune hangln onto the bow sprxt w1th h1s sta board wmg his port one havxn been wounded IH the fray A bunch o females was wav mn hat pms at me from the deck I looked out to sea on I guess our Jolly Roger had made her nervous and she was beatm It Fatty my second mate ot ened the mam hatch a b1t and peeked out Instantly all of them females pounced on hxm and crowded below decks Then there was an awful racket down there and the men came flyxn on deck w1th pxeces of furmture flyxn after them lhey beat It aft and the females cornered them IH the stern Fatty went overboard him bemg so fat he couldn t smk but the rest of them went down on the1r knees The females held another counc1l of war and motxoned for us to come down We came The leader spoke up Brutes' she says and glares at Pxnk Wh1skers untll he blushed He always was kmd o modest luke was Pmk Whxskers and I 45 r r .L . ,, . , , . . - . . . , . . , T 5 . . , . I 7 ' . . . . , . - , , - - N ' I . ' 7 , . . . , . I ' C Marblehead Clippers ye hear so much about, I ran and there was the Englishman with all sail crowded 1 - ' Y ' Y , ' 1 ' Q l .. , , , 5 I ' 7 ' I . . I 1 ' 1 I I 1 ' ' ! ' Y I l I , I . 1 5' Y! , , . . , . , v . . . , - v ' ' ' ' , ' 1 1 THE HIGH SCHOCL TIMES never saw hun look so uncomfortable Then she pro ceeded to lay down the law Cowards' she spouts How dare you attact a band of helpless women' She sa1d so much I cant remember lt She glares at Pmnk Wh1skers some more and wound up by saymg We women wxll occupy the cabms below deck and you v1le thmgs can stay on deck untxl w are taken back to our sh1p I looked around for the sh1p Suddenly she smffed I smell rum' Another snrtf Demon rum' Lead me to 1t' She prodded Earrmgs w1th her hat pm good and hard and he went and took the cover off the mam hold There was those th1rty SIX beaut1ful casks o cr1tters ho1st lt out and she took Yaller Mustaches by the ear We holsted When we had set the casks on deck all IH a row them females made us take belaylng p1ns and knock 1n the1r heads Heads of the casks I mean not of the females Then Im floundered 1f they dldnt make us empty lt all mto the sea Earrlngs was crym He always had such a strong xmadm xtlon d1d Earrmgs We set the casks back on deck By tlus t1me xt was gettxng dark and we got supper for them urged by hatpms There was th1rty slx females and exactly three dozen o us pxrates not count1n the parrot so hat pms was plenty After supper they made us hardened plrates s1t along the deck IH 1 row whxle they le tured us as how rum weakens the braln and makes you wobbly Then they went below for the n1ght md closed tl1e hmtches We was just preparm to sleep on deck all mght when P1nk Wluskers po1nted over the lar board bulwark There dun and 1nd1st1nct 1n the moonhdht was the Endhshman about a quarter of 1 m1le away and becalmed Pmk Wh1skers pomnted at the row of casks on deck then at the Enghshman The tlde was settlng from us to them To cruel and hardened pxrates such as we are h1s meamng was perfectly clear Punk Wh1skers went to h1s sea chest wh1ch was bon from the supply he carrles for h1s whlskers H gave each of us a length and we softly pulled back the hatch and looked down mto the cabm There they were s1tt1n ln a half clrcle wlth thexr backs toward us hstenxn to the1r leader lecture on the duty of convertrng us p1rates She was fac1n us and as we sw1ftly decended the compamon way ladder she drew her hat pm and yelled I-lat pms Gxrls Charge' But we were too qmck for them Most of our brave crew had the hands of them females tled beh1nd them before they knew what had happened Brutes' Cowards' D1sgust1ng Thxngsl they cr1ed at us We ascended to the deck each carry1n a female and each of us thnrty sxx p1rates placed one 46 ' ' . . - ' z ' Q at H K . u vl - r . . . 6 ' .6 1 6 .K C . .. ,, . - , . . , . 1 if 1 yy , n rum. "Disgusting stuff!" She says. "l-Iere you lazy standing on deck and unwound thirty-six yards of rib- . iq . . v,, X 5 L . . . U 6 - - c ' I U . . . , , ' 1 - - v 1 L L' , , . ' ' 1 1 . , . . H . xv ' ' A- . , . . . ' , rf - I G 2 , ' ' L 1 1 V . , . ' . - I ' 1 ' U 77 QT 17 ' ' ' 77 , , . . . . , . . . v ' ' 1 THE HIGH of them th1rtys1x wo111en 1n each of the thlrty SIX ctsks We ftstened lmghted candles to the br1m and lowered them over the port bulwark The cqsks floated lngh m the water and as set wls ctlm md ts they went navlgatln over the gentle swell Ill the moonllght toward themr own shlp we 111 he wed 1 Slgll of rehef We saw the Engllshman p1Ck up each bobbmg SC HOOL TIMES hght then put about and a hght breeLe hlllng our szuls sped on 1n the moonlnght to Deadman s Harbor I called the men aft and we all repeated solemly to gether No females m mme' These are a few page from the log of the famous captaxn Spanker He roamed the Spanlsh Mann IS hxs szuhng ahlp the Prancmg Polly for about twenty years and was consldered one of the most blood tlnrsty p1rates mn lustory 47 ' I . A 'X I l - - v 1 I , I I , I . 1 , , H ' - - Y Y rr - f 1: L . . . , . . there was no wind, the candles burned steadily. The f 5 1 2 . 2 2 2 ' ' ' ' ' f . 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Offzce Fort Zlladzson Iowa Subscrzpfzon Przce Pcr Year 60c Sznfflc Copies Regular Ibsues 15c Commcnccmcnf Number 25c EDITORIAL STAFF KATHARINT ROBERT HAZEL WELLINGTON RUTH HAASE 13 HELEN HUGHES 14 YVALTFR KTEL 13 RUTH EMBICK KTTTIE GLAHA MARIP WEBPR HAROLD PARK 13 BYRON HFITZMAN 13 CHARLES HUCKTNS 14 ORANGE JUDY 15 EdltOl In Chlef Asvstant Llterary Aimstant A9S1St3I1t SOc1al Alumm Athlehcs Exchange Art1st Asmstant MANAGING S FAFF THOMAS LONRADI 13 Busmess Mwnaffer EARI H:XMIITON 13 RUSSFIT HOPLT-Y 16 Assxstanti JOHN AMBORN 16 REPORTERS EDNA B1-DELL 14 Phxlomathean ESTHPR RICE 14 WIILTAM HOBBS 14 MARGARP1 FORT-MAN 15 EMMPTT MURPHY 15 VERA NEXNELL 16 ROBERT CASEY 16 ADVISORY COMMITTEE H L THORNTON MISS SELMA STEMPFL MISS ANNA STEU ART l I . 0 '1 - - 1- 1 I 1 1 - ' 1 V ' 'U' 1 ' 1 ' r 4 I ' ,5 1 1 N - - 1 1 - Au- '- . . 4 , , , ' I l I l vu ' 3 I ' N ul 3 I 2 5 ' 1 r 1 3, -1 I I 1 K 7 , , . ' A17 ' ' 3 ' S, 13 ........... .,,.., f -- - A ' -----"" -A4"--' - - 1 A , , - ' .'. 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STAFF OF THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES . rw f mas? as Xa Edztwzw se M tl., ,tvi'3l:2f"fi'f-bfi 4 ikLlXr,,5 8 A Suggeshon The alurnm of an 1nst1tut1on IS a most mm portant factor IH the well bemd of the school Thms IS true espec1ally IH the case ofa pubhc hlgh school s1nce so large a proportlon of the graduates become res1dents ln the commun1ty and patrons of the school The schools of any c1ty are judged largely by the efTic1ency and standmg of the h1gh school Node partment of school work throughout the state and country has developed more rapldly e1ther1n numbers or 1n breadth of work than the h1gh school Greater and greater demands are be1ng made upon xt from year to year and 1n response to those demands the work has expanded to a surprnsmg degree A h1gh school that stands stnll for even a year 15 behlnd the t1mes Whxle Iowa ranks 21st among the states 1n educatlonal ment, accordmg to the recent report of the Russell Sade Foundatxon on State School Systems It stands 9th as to 1ts h1gh schools Although our own h1gh school h1s made pro gress from year to year lt has not been as rap1d as could be w1shed and there IS st1ll much needed to enable It to take 1ts proper rank among the schools of Iowa It needs better equ1pment more general attendance and the hlghest posszble moral tone It has been suggested that the alumnx assoclatxon could do much toward creatlng publlc sentlment IH favor of all these th1ngs When a school has exxsted for a long txme 1ts graduates so permeate the commun1ty that they become a large factor 1n shapmg the pohcxes of the school Both the pup1ls and teachers of the Fort Madnson Hugh School greatly app1'ec1ate what has been done and w11l apprec1ate all that can be 6341? -, X ,-H4 S' 59' -Y it ,s'x,:1fY fr 11 -:A , 4 ,K , V, - , V W Y, K if f fTf:4,gCQ!i,5'- jffs .,q 1' ,N 6 AX - T, '1133 ' Q," , A X Tx' I " - V "" N X-f"":TT ff . 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L f - 1 . - . , , . 1 THE HIGH done to shape sentiment in favor of higher ideals and to encourage more general attendance The school has not yet fully come into its own Let us all do our utmost to make it what it should be to our community E F SCHALL Farewell Seniors ' You now depart from us to hold your places in the world for which you have been preparmg your selves and for which many of you will prepare your not say we shall be glad to have your faces absent next year neither are we sorry that you have accomplished four years of difficult high school work We congrat ulate you upon your accomplishments And may you continue improving as time goes on graduating virtu ally from one position to another still higher as you have done in school up to the present May you suc cessfully put the knowledge you have acqu1red to a practical use Although now we bid you farewell let it be only Au Revoir Let not success render you SCHQOL TIMES forgetful of the Crimson and the Black Farewell' HAZEL WELLINGTON 14 Parents and Schools How many parents are really acquainted with the school to which they send their children It is true one may hear many criticisms and complaints from the parents but on what are these complaints based Many of the fathers and mothers are with out knowledge ofthe subjects taught but even those who have this knowledge evince little interest in the stances mistakenly regards the teachers as natural enemies so do some of the parents regard the whole system of education as anecessary nuisance which deprives them of the assistance of their children at home If parents would manifest more interest 1n the education of their children visit the schools get ac quainted not only with the teachers but with the methods used there would be much less friction and better results The instructor seldom hears from a 51 . . . . ,, , H V ' 4 . . . 3 . 7 . 3 . D ' 1 selves still furthur in colleges or universities. We can- manner of teaching. Just as the pupil in many in- : ' ' ' . 1 1 ' ' 7 4 D - . . . y . . , - 1 . t . 1 1 . . . .r . .,, . THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES HD THIS. HIGH p1rer1t except to hsten to 21. complamt that a cluld has been 1111rked too low or IS not m.11k111g proper pro fxess Then the fault 15 la1d on the tedcher It never o1c11r11110 to the parent that home mfluences are to he hlwmed 111 111 my mitances The proper relat1on of parents to the scl1ool IS th It of 1ss1st111d tl1e 111struCto1s and th1s cmnot he unless the1e 15 full comp1ehe11s1o11 on the part of the puents of the methods and requ1rements of the sthool the 11ecess1ty of an CdL1C3t1OH and should t4ke suff1c11.nt lIltL1LSt 111 that educat1on to be Able to assmt ID every 1oss1ble Wu KAT11A1c11w1 Ro111e1s 13 The Llterary Soc1et1es For xears our h1gh school 11.15 held 11 h1gh pl we ID Swutheastern Iowa 111 Athlehcs and has puhhsheri a pa1er of h1gh standard But the one thmg wl11ch has been nevlected somewhat IS l1ter.11ry work whmh hclds a promment place 1I'1 many other schools 16 pan mtroduced lately of d1Vld1I'1g the entzre h ,Sh SLHOOI I IMI1 S 1o11l cessiul LH lip 1 1 c 1,11 Il E: uly 1111 1 been Lllllflll KC 1 tl1c1c e st11i1 nts 1r11fr1111s S 11111 s1c1l y efnl 1 e k1111wlf , ,jr1111s 1s1 1 If w 1rf 1 1 Good hy: 5 PITI4 1 4 1 1 I 1' . 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', Q'2"' THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES brought us mn contact wrth nts stall' and contmbutors and glven us 1. much wlder 'mcquamtance w1th the ent1re personnel of the H1gh School than would other wlse have been possxble Thxs opportumty IS taken to th'1nk all for thexr wlllzng and unv1ry1ng support thexr ass1stance and above all for the1r fmendlmess and enthuslashc en couradement whlch have made our connectxon w1th the H1gh School T1mes an ever to be remembered pleasure The officers for next year w1ll be Ed1tor m Chxef Hazel Wellxngton Ass1stant Margaret Am1ck L1terary Esther R1ce Assxstant Lo1e Glaha Local Ruth Embxck Assxstant Soc1al Alumm Athletlcs Asslstant Exchange Artxst Busmess Manager Ass1stants Mary Atlee Mar1e B1lderback Helen Hughes Rob1son HOl:l'H161StCf Everett Newell Edna Bedell Charles Huckms Orange Judy 14 Margaret Foreman Fred Hanchett Garhard Downs John Amborn 16 May the success of the H1gh School Txmes lncrease wxth the years to come Q Q KATHARINE ROBLRTS 1 3 54 Lb, ' I U Assistants .......... ........ ........ 1 , ' -' - ' ................ ........ 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' '15 ' ' THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES 'ff?4"f,fl ff' Ei? , of ' LD Ali ,HQ 'Q 5' ew 'l ff? r ,Qi-' M1ss Stewart represented F M H S at the con ference of Hlgh and Secondary Schools at the Unxver s1ty of Ch1cago Aprxl 18 and 19 M1ss Beatr1ce Carroll has dxscontmued her post graduate course 1n H1gh School and accepted a pos1 t1on w1th the Sheaffer Fountaln Pen Co All of the Hxgh School teachers attended the Southeastern Iowa ASSoc1at1on wh1ch was held 1n Fa1rf1eld Iowa Apr1l 4th and Sth Supermtendent Schall was Pres1dentofAssoc1at1on Prmcrpal Thorn ton had charge of the round table of the Hxstory sectlon M1ss Tlede and Mr Repass gave papers rn German and Manual Trammg sectxons respectxvely Fred Hanchett spent several days zu Chlcago durmg the latter part of Aprll M1ss Scott formerly Mathematncs teacher rs 1n Deshler, Ohro, and was actlve 1n the rescue work for the recent flood sufferers The Grammar grades, under the management of thelr prmcxpal Mr Squ1res held a declamatory contest May 3 at the Hxgh School It was dlvlded lnto three classes dramat1c humerous and oratorlcal M1ss Byram expects to spend her summer IU the East Vera Newell dehghtfully entertamed a few of her classmates at a d1nner party Aprxl 7th Lou1s D Hartson Professor of Educahon at Grlnnell College and Dr D Hurt Presndent of Lom bard College gave splendxd addresses before the assembly room last month The Normal Trammg G1rls took the first exam 1nat1on for State Normal Course May 9 Frank McC1urg 14 has d1scont1nued hxs course of study ln I-hgh School due to 111 health M1ss Stewart w1ll chaperon a party of gxrls on a European tour th1s summer, Sailing June 17, from New York for Naples, V1S1t1Dg the prmcmpal European c1t1es r' "' " ' ' ' ' " ' 'm' fm- --V- -V w 1 - , , V. . . 1 .:. 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Tl 1121611 Lzufae Sr1t:'?1 H111 ,1 ,:r,:.ei he lg ' :,. 1 .1, ,fat :1" I, WL: '81 elliftcn, re::tat1Q.1. fl" ye Ljxttgn: farie, F--We THE HIGH SCHCOL TIMES MEMBERS GF THE PHILOMATHEAN SOCIETY THE HIGH SCHOOL IIMES On May 5 the last program of the soclety was gxven all the members havmg completed the requxred work for the year essay Gladys Lytton story Luule Lytton recltatxon Elda Ekms essay Helen Schulte story Mane Dancy rec1tatxon Els1e Krehbxel story Irene Thurston One of the events that w1ll be remembered by Officers of the New At the orgamzahon of the four new hterary so cxetxes the officers of each were chosen as follows THE ZETETIC Thomas Conradt Presxdent Marle Bxlderback Secretary THE MADISONIAN Byron Hertzman Presldent Ruth Haage Vxce Presxdent Herbert Hansman Secretary the Ph1lOl'l13fl'lC3I'l gxrls was a Slumber Party at Sutton s shack on May 16 On May 24 Marxe Dancy and Hazel Welllngton recemved the Phulo pm an emblem of three years work The pms were presented at a receptxon to whmch the parents of the members were mvxted L1terary Soc1et1es rms 1HAL1AN Henry Schxer Presldent Lew Watkms Vxce Pres1dent Mane Weber Secretary Everett Newell Sergeant at Arms THE COLOPHONIONS Harold Park PTC?-ldellt Vera Newell Vxce Presldent Katharme Roberts S6C!'Ct3YY Walter Klel Sergeant at Arms ' M 59 , . : 1 l v ,l ' ' ' 1 1 1 1 Q , Q V Q . t. . ,, . ' Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 S T , 1 - 4 . I ' i - 1 ' : ' ' Clinton Furrer ......,................. ...., ..... V i ce-President smlf7UZE,jfgg7ujWt r Fort MHLTISOXI Hufh School defeated Wapello I-hgh School February 28th 111 the last basketball game of the se :son at Wmpello by a score of 30 to 10 The game was played 1n the gymnasulm of the new H1 h School and was featured by fast plzymg on both s1des Armstrong for the Lrnnson and Bl1ck plav mg at guard and center played the best ame of h1s career holdmg h1S man to two field baskets and m tk mg five for h1S team Tm GAMP FOR1 Mamsow WA11H,1.o Dunlap RCC1H11lC Park r Hueser Gross r Thomas H8fT1Ck Crocker Wnght Lansmg Sl1bSt1tl1t6d for Armstrong who subst1 tuted for Hueser Armstrong s g F1eld Baskets Armstrong 5 Park 4, Redm1le 3 Thomas 2 Dunlap 2 Hueser 2. Gross if Foul Blskets Park 2 Referee Spmk of FortlVlad1son Umpire Wmght of Wapello 'l he athlet1c: record fol th1s ye ll 15 tl1e best th it the school hws wltnessed for a number of yea1s I football eSpec1ally the school 11 ts 1 record of Wl11Cll to be proud Althoudh It has not been Off:1Cl zlly award ed FortlVl1d1son H S has the best Clclllll to the Southe tstern Iowt Football Chtmp1onsh1p fi urmg c'omparat1ve scores md number of Games won W1th out 'any colch pratxcxlly unuded 1 Cll'1l'llplOIl5l'1lp team was developed Only one Same was lost dur1n the year and th xt to Mornm f Sun under clrcumstances wh1cl1 cause It to lose s1ffn1f1cxnce The prospects fol 1 team of equtl 11 not better c1l1ber next ye mr are fme notwdhstandmd the fa t th tt slx of th1s years team Captam Watklns lllete Klme Hansmtn Furre1 and Park w1ll not be b tck Excellent 1H'l.tCI'l ll comes 1nto I-hgh School ID next years Freshman class Th1s added to the present veterans should make a hard 60 ,fl - - , , I A , 1 , 1 1 , 1 - , , ,Lf 535,11 1 ' .ft -1 -. f 1 1 at QlU7'f,, ' 'YL-1" A r 47 fl H J C ' ' 'st' Xi- ,, ' va' ' 4.1 , ' is i-I xx ' ' L' X X , ta fi to 1 'rx' Q V1 157 1 igi - Q , .X V 1 1 - f , ' -' 1 , 3 X2 ' ll f W1 f' N f U- sg: 1 - '11 X ,A . , ' x M 1,1 Mix or-1 q"'U f --N - f 1 Q A -- lg V Q a is- . 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I I I I rv 7 x' ' l ,- . . 5 L 1 . . . , ' 1 . . 1 'z THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES FOOTBALL TEAM, 1913 Fort Mad1son THE HILJH bxnch to beat Ike Armstrong pl tymg hls second wear on the re ular te un w ts elected ctptun for next years team Th1s Fort Mad1son Fort Mad1son Fort Mad1son Fort Madnson Fort M tdlson Fort Madlson Fort Mad1son Fort Madxson years 4 2 5 3 184 football record IS 'ts follows Mornxng Sun 0 Here Burlington O Here Mormng Sun 20 There Wapello 0 Here Mt Pleasant 13 There Carthage 0 Here Mt Ple isant 0 Here Opponents 40 In basketball wh1le not so successful the boys SCHOOL TIMES thls years te tm and no lttlc czedxt IS due to htm for the splendld showm made by the te tm Bw next year he should be tbl to dcvelu 1 tllunpxonshlp team Here lgam ts 111 foothtll three of the reffultr team Schler Hansman tnd Park ne lost by br tdut the Gramm tr School 19 exceptxontlly good htvms played and won a m'11or1ty of thelr gtmes Thls w1th the players now ln school should develop mto a speedy team The season s basket ball record lb 1 sfol lows made a record of wluch no team need be ashamed The team was crlpled tn every game except the first by the absence of at least one regular player Cap tam Schler partlcularly had hard luck bemg able to play ln but three full games and part of a fourth As xt was the team won five and lost three Next years team should do a great deal better Prof Van Voltmbergh a graduate from Drake coached Fort Mad1son Fort Madtson Fort Mad1son Fort Mad1son Fort Madxson Fort Madxsou Fort Mad1son Fort M3d1SOH Dallas Clty 17 Here Keokuk 2 Here Dallas C1ty 12 There Mt Pleasant 44 Here Keokuk 25 There Wapello 5 Here Mt Pleasant 61 There Wapello 10 There Opponents 196 g 2 2 ' z 2' K ' ' g 2 2 . A' ' . '. ' J L ' 2? fi 2 3 1 tp 2 sz ' 3 ' ' 13 ' , , 2. ' ' 2. ' .1 , ' - 6 2 ' 0 ' , , "', ' ' . 2 2 ',2 ' I if 2 2- F0I't M2iLllSOH 14 C3-Ytllilge 7 There tion. The material coming into school next year from ' 7 ' 2 ' '. ' ' 2 , 2 ' f ' ' 2 2 ' 2' ' ' 2 .. Q ' z ' 6 . 2 ' X ' ' 1 2 . ' ' ' "2 - ' 1 . 2 ,5 I -0, , .i 42 V . ' ' 24 , ' 5 ' ' 18 ' . ' ' , I 22 . . ' ' ' 18 . . - " 50 ' . . Y . Q . , - 17 A ' , I ' 30 2 . . ' 1 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES BASKET BALL TEAM, 1912-13 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES L X DMIMFL' kj!!! L-i-- Qi? or 1 ffl vii tfw Q.. to Aa Nt To Muskegon Hxgh School Muskegon Mxch Acopy of your paper Saxd and Done was re celved a short tmme ago Thxs bemg a new exchange we were naturally xnterested to see what you had 1n the form of a Hlgh School paper Our perusal only confirmed our op1n1on formed at flrst glance an excellent magazme The House of Representatlves rs somethmg umque We hope you w1ll favor the school agaxn next year by placmg Ft MadlSOH Hrgh School on your ma1l1ng 11st To Central Hugh School Cleveland Ohlo e have before us The Central H1gh School Monthly whxch we cons1der as ranklng among the top notchers Your departments are arranged xn good order and everythmg put where It belongs We presume that the students take great lnterest ln the paper To Cedar Rapxds Hugh School Cedar R8P1dS Iowa In lookmg over "The Pulse" we were lfll pressed w1th your system of otfermg pr1zes for stones ln the llterary department Thls surely brlngs n good materlal Your school must guve much of lts attentxon to the dltferent organ1zat1ons We would be pleased to see your exchange department enlarged To Fremont H1 fh School Fremont Nebr The Rustler IS cons1dered one of our best ex changes and we are always pleased to see xt on our readxng table Your payer IS full of good rnatenal and well arranded except for the fact that your cuts are scarce We cannot help dwelllnd on thls 1tem of cuts They add much to the general appearance of the tublxcatnon Your ed1tor1al department shows ood thoudht and clear express1on To Bangor I-hgh School Bangor Mame In placxng your paper The Oracle along Slde pubhca tnons from much larger schools, we are glad to note that you rank equally as hlgh We w1sh especlally to comment on the excellent stor1es you have ln your hterary department The edltormals also are good ... 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THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES 65 To The Broadway Hxgh School Seattle Wash If one IS lookmg for a neat and well ed1ted ex change your paper wlll certaznly satxsfy h1s desxres The cover desngn xs sxmple but attract1ve and the cuts throughout are of an artlstxc nature It IS read1ly seen that the Wh1ms has the support of both faculty and students You are mdeed fortunate to have a Student enrolled wlth you wzth sucl1l1terary ab1l1ty as has Zellox Mottar To Tacoma Hlgll School Tacoma Wash Your paper traveled a long dlstance to greet us but lt ns mdeed a worthy messenger We Gnd your Tahoma as usual mterestmg from cover to cover The cover deslgn IS unxque Athlet1cs we see play an nmportant part m your school Dont be too br1ef 1n your exchange department Your poets have benefited from the balmy sprxng breezes To South Hxgh School South Omaha Nebr When we read The Tooter we are remanded more of a regular magazme than of a school paper But at the same tune the dltferent departments are so arranged as to represent the ent1re school To publxsh a school paper bl weekly IS certamly a great accomphshment The lxterary department IS very mterestmg 1 - ' s v v - ' 1 v ' H - 11 , , T H u - . . . . , , , . , 1 , .T , . . . , . . . n ,, . . ' , . THE HIGH SCHGOL TIMES :Yi f, af Cty' Fail f Ewa? l ru-rx X-fp-553 -4 cr PM 1 frlllgilf I your M1ss1ss1pp1 r1ver very much larger Mr Thornton IH CIVICS Mr Ham1lton what than our Thames' asked an Enghsh lady of .4 are some of the dry states Me Lmng dry ln the western v1s1tor prohlbltxon sense Larger? answered the westerner why ma am E H New Mexxco and Arlzona are pretty there axnt enough water 1n the whole of the Thames dry f h E to makeagargle or themout of the M1SSlSSlpp1 x Luclle A In Commercial Law Wlu W Aunt Mary hornfled l Good grac1ous Harold' contmue on ln Commerc1al Law for tomorrow? What would your mother say 1f she saw you smokmg Mr Barbour 1n Semor class play Walter cxgarettesf tk K th ll d Harold Shed have a fit Theyre her You mug ISS a ermes an K R Where does he do xt? cmgarettes If s1lence IS golden wxll some one kmdly analyze Leah DEIVISU A tlmxdhttle Freshman To the Txmes box dxd run And qu1ckly dropped hxs penny IH 1t Customer Have you any 1nv1s1ble hair p1ns7 Then falthfully walted for the gum Ex Clerk Yes June Mxller ln German III ftrmnslatmg The Customer Let me See them please butler Stayed af home" Wh1ch IS the eas1er, poppmg the questxon or Thomas C ID Englxsh IV "The oxen pulled questioning the POP? hxm along w1th vegetable 1erks" The near sxghted mlnlster at the weddlng 66 C mv .' r " "1" -"" L . ,, ,".,1,.l? ' . ' , 13?-3' 3--fiffiv H I I s 0 , -is 1 H. by - . r if G 25:3 2 so O -I - , , welll A K --1 f ,LV ,K ,gy A 4, , .. tru -2 M 5' 45,214 I I ry a 7Z'4l'llCfr IFN, l l'l V Y I vw.: 7: I Y I ' I . 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THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES open1ng the p1ayer book 'xt the wrong page Father folgwe them for they know not what they x W1ll1e very sleep1ly saymg h1s prayer Now I 11y me down to sleep Ipray the Lord my soul to keep If prompted 1118 Mother If he hollers let hun go Eeany meeny m1ny mo x Gertrude W was so unfortunate as to b1te her tongue the other afternoon The pam was terr1ble Studx Dont you ever sweep under the carpet' Jan1tor Yessah I always sweeps everythmg under the carpet x Mr Thornton 1n CIVICS How long has lt been s1nce the pres1dent read hrs own message to Con gress'9 Ruth H I beheve not smce the txme of Adam Adams Sa1d a bald headed man to a wautress bold See here young lady my cocoas cold She scornfully answered I cant help that If the blame thmg s ch1l1y put on your hat Ex Teacher Who was Columbus! Fresh1e The gem of the ocean OLD BOOKS AND SONGS BY NEW AUTHORS A Lonely Mard E1o1se T Too R1ch Ger trude W The Knockabout Club Justamere Club ueer Llttle People Edna C and Russell H Wooed and Marrxed Mar1e B and Howard P H15 Great Self Tom C Woman Hater Chester G Baby Days Freshmen The Domgs of a Dear Lxttle Couple Clmton F and Gertrude W Pecks Bad Boy Ham The Well Bred G1rl 1n Socxety Kath arme R The Man Who Spoxled the MUSIC Skeeter Mar1e D B1tter Sweet Kathryn S Common Sense About Women Harold P Shadows of the Stage Walter K1el Two Rlvals Emmet M and Cra1g S At Partlng Irene T and Chas L DIVIHC Harmony Mar1e W and Henry S Cradle Song Bern1ce S T111 We Meet Agam Margaret F and Everett N Robert Idol of My Heart Gertrude B Dr1nk to Me Only W1th Thxne Eyes Henry S Mxss Hxll Gertrude have you drawn a Ch1Ck en smce we had a lesson about chxckenf G W Oh no D1d you want the front or sxde v1ew7 Ethel H When I go to housekeepmg I am not gomg to buy one of those beds that has w1cker at the 67 Q ' . 1 I cr in H . ' 1 ' ve -1 1 I . do." E . ' ' Q ' ' ' ,lm ef 1 11 ' I rf 1 11 V ' 1 1 1 ' U I cf 11 I 4 1 1 1 1 W-11 MQ - 11 I ev 1 - - 1 U 11 - ' 11 - Y I ev ' V ' 7 ' 1 nl . I , 11 I ff 11 I ve 1 1 1 1 1 7 l ' ' 11 I er 1 1 .H E . I 9 11 ' , rv 1 I 1 1 1 . 11 ff I I11 1: ' 1 ' 11 - I I 1 1 1 . . ' I ff ' - 11 11 I11 1 , , She c uld not alk for three whole minu es. - O t t "A Young Savage," Emn1et Mg "Who? When? What 1" , H , f I fr ' 11 I vc ' 1 1 1 ,H l 11 I rf 11 , I Y Y ' ff ' 77 ' . I II Y 1 I I I I . l N - 11 I re ' - 11 ,, E , . . , , I ' ' I H 11 ' I ' 7 1 V I . 1 1 : H 1 tt I I ,7 I I ' I ' ' ' , fe 11 , fr ' 1 1 1 ll ' - 11 . ii 1 - . .. ' ' I N - - . . I11 K I I 'III u a 1 'T ' . I . . , . sl 1 11 ' ' I" 7 1 ' il 7 I ,Q . I 7 ' 1 ' 1 ' 11 ' ' , . . THE HIGH SCHOGL TIMES TV 1' 3 1 L. Q L -Q .,- , ' ,A ' H" ' f .-.,,,, - - -15 f' .'-21' ab ' ' 425. ,, -'L f' K, . - , -. . . 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Q , THE HIGH SCHOOL IIMES head becase I un LII nd my he td wxll go through Wanted A l1bo1e1 and a boy wxth grazmg fOl R E My you must be 1 pmhead Mr Barbour You never smg w1th your throat you always smg wlth your mouth and bra1ns C F No wonder I cant smg Turn fa1lure 1nto vxctory Dont let your courage ftde And nf your get a lemon Just make the lemon ade Ex Walter K I shall szng befoxe I dte remember that Gertrude W Yes and the folks w1ll dle after you Slllg How was It the thxeves got away wxth that roll of carpet' I suppose they beat lt x Prof Thornton tln Economxcs speakxng ofa needle factory That IS where they have thmgs worked down to a fine polnt STRANGELY W ORDED ADVERTISEMENTS Just Recemved A f1ne lot of l1ve Ostend rabblts Persons purchasmg the same w1ll be skmned and cleaned wh1le they walt No person havmg tr1ed one of these coffms w1l1 ever use any other two goats both Prostestants When the baby IS done drmnkmg It must be un screwed md lald nn a cool place under a tap If the baby does not thr1ve on fresh mllk mt should be bolled For Sale A bulldog W1ll ext anythmg Very fond of chxldren Wanted A fl1lI11SI16d room for a smgle gentle man lookmg both ways and ventllated Wanted A good glrl to cook one who w1ll make 1 ood roast or broxl and w111 stew well Wanted A young man to take care of a pa1r of mules of a Chr1st1tn d1spos1t1on Wanted A boy to open oysters fifteen years o Lost Lost near T1ppe1ary on or about Tues day mornmg last a large plg Had no marks on h1s ears except a short taxl and a sllffht lnnp 1n one leg x Heard 1n Domeshc Sc1ence And he Sald he was w1ll1ng to d1e for me' Not exactly IH those words but he saxd he was ready to eat your cookmng any tune you saxd the word Ex Harry dld you gxve your brother the best part of the pear as I told you to asked mother , , , ., ' . 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I'HI1 HIUH es 111otl1t1 sul urv 111 e IIIIII seeds He L L11 pl mt them 11111 I1 we 1 wl1oIe on I1 ll d o wbx d tl e l1d1 Ill the stxeet w IW 1 Ollt xou 1-et up md f11ve YOLU se tt to YOUI ltther Does11t1t SIVC xou 111111 to see IIIIII 1e1eh111f1 fo1 the strtp' Not 111 a ear sud Bobby It does lt l1o111e Femther Younv 1113.11 do you study 11l1f1e11tIy sehoo Sou N1w there llllt no such eourse them I love to wr1te of Sweet NI1r1e For knee ind tree 1nd bee 11111 tle And see ind Gee md l1e md te And me 'ill lhyllle w1tI1 Sweet IVI1r1e S1g11ed H P I-Ie lrd IH C1v1cs BIIIISIQIIIIQTII HIGTHS thit LOHQISSS e111 metal 11111 mike money out of It Wl1en in lllefl has been IH tl11Q. COL1IltIy fiv weirs l1e C111 t1ke out 1115 CIVIII7 IIIOU p1perQ' SLI-IOOL IIMILS 11d Ill If 0 1e s IWPLI 1 old 111 1 Ilked to 810111 y1111s w1tI1 1 IUIOWII md w1111l1lL1i ftee F11e11d I11 what comsf. d ms vom son expect to DI'lLIl1 IIC' Ftther I11 tl1e COIIISL of t1111e I-IOIH the looks of thmgs X M1 Velll V lll Phy-.1es Lnve 1114. 111 exlmple W I-I A IOOSIQIS eve M1 V411 V usmff .111 pump IH Physus to G W Dont com so close s111ce you ire sO sm LII It 11110fI1t dr tw you lll 1ss B 111 Lcttm I Bern 11d whut tense 'should be used III tl11s sentence' B L1 Ihe Iuture p1eQe11t tense The VISIIOI Why ure you here 111y Il1lSQ'LllCICd fllelld I'he PFISOIICIA Im 1 Y1Ct1l11 of the unlucky number 13 II1e V1s1tor Indeed l1ow s that' The Pr1soner Twelve jurore md A judge Ex 70 , 3 , N ,. I "Y 11 1 'fl Sz 'I I-I: ' . "I '. v ' tI1e He: ' ' ill '. II, "Tl 1 1 '. 211 111 1 A 5 , - . -. . , . .. . . 7' ' . ' , . . ' , . , .' , , . ., 'f "B I jf' S111 1 1 1' ' .1 '1 car. " I 1' " 1 : " 1 1 . 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I - N M cf , - - ' . v e ff . . -. 1Q -19 L L s 'i' . 1 ' 1 1 1 , 1 , v - rv - I 7 ' , 11 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES SGMK f E 4 Q M fjwjfh X M Wah Q -M f ,ff Q' 3 l ll gOTHE.RS ffjigf M1ss Beatr1ce Carroll 12 has accepted a posx t1on as stenographer Wlth the Shaeffer Fountam Pen Born to Mr and Mrs Bra1dy 96 on Apr1l 15 1913 a son Mrs Bra1dy w1ll be remembered as MISS Carol1ne VOlgt On Apr1l 10 1913 occured the marrzage of MISS Florence MOYTISOH 11 to Mr Cleveland Oats They w1ll make the1r home 1n Taylorsv1lle Ill1no1s Mr and Mrs W A Sheaffer have announced the engagement of the1r daughter MISS Clementxne 07 to Mr Waldron of Oklahoma C1ty Oklahoma The wed dmg w1ll take place somehme 1n June Mrs Edna Rollet W11l1S O3 and chxldren are v1s1t1ng at the home of Mr and Mrs George Rollet M1ss M1ldred Leary 12 has taken up steno graph1c work ID the Fort M3dlSOH Savxngs bank It 1S YN 1th the smcerest regret that the Alumn1 are called upon to record the death of M1ss Rena Woodward 84 Alumm D1T6CtOIy CLASS OF 1879 CLASS OF 1880 Sabert M Casey, fdeceasedl MISS Adela1de A Pollard MISSIOHHTY, New York C1ty M1ss B M WIISOD, Goldfield, Nevada N Y Mrs Emma Layton Barret, fdeceasedl Ed Doerr tdeceasedl 71 Q' "' " """ " E ""' WWW' X i " xx X 1, i .1 I Y , X11 Y, l, I ' A W .vi W if O Y? 4317. 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THE HIG Mrs Vxola Brxcker Hayes V1ele Iowa B J Campbell deceased CLASS OF 1881 B L HOff'HlC1StCT Guardl S P FortMad1son Iowa M1ss Emnhe J HGH-HICISICF Los Angles Cal Mrs Grace Leshe Herrlng Fort Madxson Iowa Mxss Ida Schafer M1l11ner Fort Mad1son Iowa CLASS OF 1883 Mxss Jenme Ingalls Keokuk Iowa Mrs Hattle Rollet Anders Oregon Ill1no1s Mrs Mmna Hoffmelster Gleason Chxcago Ill Dr Wxmfred P Dav1s Boston Mass Mrs Nellle Staub Tully tdeceased Mrs Ida Schaper Schultz St Louxs M1ssour1 Mrs Carolme J Becker Moore Fort Madlson Iowa Mr Guldo Stempel Bloommgton Indlana CLASS OF 1884 Mrs Nora V Jamxson W1lhelm Salem Ohlo Mlss Rena Woodward deceased Mlss Laura Extman Fort Madxson Iowa Mrs Etta M Wllson Truesdale ONe1l Chlcago Ill Mrs LIZZIG Wllde Lexsher Ch1cago Illmoxs Mrs Emma Robers Yotter Hannlbal Mo Mlss Sallle Casey Fort Madlson Iowa Mxss Dora Blethan Fort Madnson Iowa H SCHOOL TIMES CLASS OF 1885 Mxss L1da J Rankm fdeceased George S Rollett L1bertyv1lle Iowa Mrs Ruth Woodward Amborn Fort Madlson Iowa Frank M Patterson Chxcago Ill1no1s Dr I R Campbell N1agara Falls N Y Mxss B1rd1e Hale New York Clty N Y Mlss Mmme Robers Fort Mad1SOD Iowa Mr Albert M Doerr Pasadena Calxforma M1ss Grace D Hexsey Tea her Fo1tMad1son Iowa CLASS OF 1886 Mrs Mary Henry Dodson Fort Collms Colorado Mrs Dolhe Scherfe Soechhg Fort Mad1son Iowa Mrs Rachel Jacobs Fr1edman Chncago Ill Mrs Amanda Sherwood Denny R F D Fort Madmson Iowa Mrs Hannah Fordman Meyer deceased W O Wolf ldeceased CLASS OF 1889 Herbert Davxs Fort Mad1son Iowa Mrs Sad1e Unverzaugh H111 Los Angeles Cal Mxss Lottxe Crossley M1lwaukee Wxs Mrs Jos1e Ingalls Matless Keokuk Iowa Mrs Lena Becker Dodd Ft Madxson Iowa Mrs Valhe De Mude Kelsey Portland Oregon 72 . - ' , . , . . . ,m m I . , . , ' 1 7 . . I - I l I . . , . . ., , . I I I . . . . , I I . , , . I ' 7 I I I a 4 I 1 1 1 l . I , . 1 . V I ' ' . . I I . I , I C I I . I I I I I . . . - , , . Dr. J. M. Casey, Fort Madison, Iowa ' , ', f . - ' 1 1 ' ' 1 J . - . . . . , . . ' ' v - 1 . , , . ' , . . ., ' ' ' v 1 ' ' ' F K J I 1 ' . ' ' ' . . I . I . I . I . , , . . . . . ' ' , , . . ' , , . I . . . I . I . I . . . , I , I . I 1 q ' y I 1 I ' 1 7 1 . . I . I I I I I . I I . , I I . I I . I I I I Mrs .Iennxe Mason Doerr El Paso Texas . 1 - , . 1 , . ' ' , ,d . f H , Q , . b , . , . I V ki I , . . . . 5 . . -- - , c,, . . 7 . . . . , -' ' 1 . . ' f - ' 1 . .. r . . . .. , - - ' 1 1 - - . , . . . -' ' - 1 - . - , . , . . r , . . . , . ' . . , . ' .. . ' , . ' . , . , . , . I . K , 1 , ,l . , , . - q 1 . . , . . . . - . ' , . I V q . . , ' . ' . ' ' . . . 1 1 1 1 . - . - I A A . ' 1 - . . ' , , . . . - . , . . - , , . . . . . . ' ' 1 1 - , , . . . I 1 - 1 - . - , , . . I I ' ' ' ' . . ' ' 1 1 - . , , . . 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THE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1890 Mrs Emlly Dck1e I-Ixtch Ft MlLllSOU Iowa .IohnG G11 gs St Franc1s Kan Cuno W Doerr E1 Paso Texas Mrs Madg1e L Eckley Desmond M1ss Mabel F Smxth San Franczsco Cal Mrs Vzllle M Helsey Walker Beaumont Texas M1ss OIIIIIC I'homas Fremont Nebraska Mrs Anna Janse Hubbard Ft Mad1son Iowa CLASS OF 1891 Andrew Gaylord Ft Madmson Iowa Mrs Ne1l1e M D1v1dson Fndlar Terre Haute Ind1a Mrs Maggle Young Sm1th deceased M1ss Lou1se L Rwer Arneson ChlC3gO M1ss Phama Young Tucson Arxzona Mxss Dolhe Schovmll Fort Madlson Iowa Mrs Lou1se AIbr1ghtDoerr fdeceased Mrs Ameha Kern Camp Chxcago Ill MISS Mabel Albrmght Fort Mad1son Iowa Mrs Rebecca Patterson Stutsman Burlmgton Iowa Mrs Lena Bartell Loacker deceased M1ss Ida G Schlapp Ch1cago Ill Mrs Da1sy Ehart Traverse Ft Madzson Iowa Mxss Da1sy Walters Ft Mad1son Iowa M1ss Martha Fxtzgerald Quincy Ill Mrs Nannxe Davls Conley Keokuk Iowa Hd Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs M1ss TIMES Nelhe I-I1tch Davey Ft Mad1son Iowa Nellle Johnson Gruendyke Sxerra Madra Cal Eleanor D1ck1e I-I1tch deceased Nellxe McClellan Blackwell St Joe Mo CLASS OF 1893 Elsze Doerr Bennet Pasadena Cahforma Lora Eggleston Schnelder Ft Madlson Iowa Carolme Potts Fox Storm Lake Iowa Lena Schlapp Ft Madxson Iowa M1ss Fannle E1tman Ft Madmson Iowa Jos R Fra1ley Ft Madnson Iowa M15 Gertrude Kern Ohver Streator Ill Chfton K1nsley Chxcago Illmlos Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Marxe Schlapp Gardner Ft Machson Ia Gertrude Pr1tchettBrennen Ch1C3gO Ill CLASS OF 1894 Belle Beard Weed Omaha Nebraska Belle Stone Roberts Omaha Nebraska Flo G1bbons Martm Kansas C1ty Mo M1ss Sad1e Gaylord Ft Mad1son Iowa M1ss Emma Potts Ft Madlson Iowa Mrs Bessle Proctor Mmckemeyer Kansas Cmty Mo CLASS OF 1895 M1ss Luella Mason Denver Colorado M1ss Lottxe Ehart Bookkeeper Express othce Fort Madxson Iowa Mrs THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES M1ss Mary Westphzlen Ft MIKIISOH Iowa M1ss Evelyn Wahrer Teacher Seattle Wash Mrs Elva Jackson Sh up Sldnev Gumore Keokuk Mxss MISS Mxss Mxss Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs CLASS OF 1896 Sus1e Johnson deceasedl Sad1e Wlllnms Ft M1d1SOH Lavxna Garrett Fort Madxson Florence Stone Maud Bell M1tchell Los Angeles C Nell1e Webb Keester Carollne Voxgt Bra1dy Lon Beach Helen Segum Hunter Denver Colo Luc1le Nevlous West St Louxs Mo ll Cahfornl 1 M1ss M1ss M1ss MISS M1ss Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs CLASS OF 1899 Nell Kennedy Chnton I1 Euroth Stew lrt Anna Wolters Detrolt M1Ch1g3D Clam Ellwanger Mamlla P I Id xlene Hesse Rockford Ill Id 1 Snook Ch lppel Ch1c Lgo Eleanor Malcolm Belstler Ft Madxson Dalsy Johnson Evans Kansas Clty Mo Katherlne Doerr Mad1son Los Angeles Cal Grace Knoch Hattel Chlcago Ill Garnet Snyder Seattle Wash Fred C Wlndmayer Musxc Store Atlanta Ga Burt R Smmth Kansas Cxty MISSOUFI Fred M Ber thold Ft Madxson Iowa 74 ' . 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K V X . 1 . . 1 ' ' ' 1 - I , 1 2 , W1ll1am Segum Denver Colo Dr R A Green Creston Ia CLASS OF 1898 Bert Yotter deceased V1e1e Janse LuVerne Ia Dr Carl Wahrer Ft Mad1son Mrs Francls Buck Kudebeh Ft M3d1SOH Mrs McKeehan Byers Seattle Washlngton Mrs Nellxe Burkholder Foreman Orena Idaho Mr Ray Jackson CLASS OF 1900 Mrs Lora MCK31g Prlchett Ft Mad1son Mrs Lottle Yexser Carter attendmg Clncago Uuxvers 1ty Streator Ill Pur1DJ.v1s fdeceasedl CLASS OF 1901 M1ss Serelda Murdy Aberdeen S D Ralph Otten Machmest Rosev1lle Cahfornxa August Soechhg German Amerxcan St ite Bank Fort Mad1son THE HIGH Mis Muy Pottei McConn Minneapolis Minn Mis Pe ul Wells Meyer Ft M xdison Mis Bessie Duis Soechtig l"t Madison Mis Vallie C11 lv tu li Etlex Anamosl Iowa Mrs M11 net Heiderson Soule Ane L1b1a Pueblo Colo Mis Dellt Kennedy Heil Burlington I Mis R Olixer K 1 tnbergs IN zldeinu Stenipel Plot' St ite College Penn W Lltel W tbonei Poltlind Oregon Glen Btnbow Piess Publishing Co Cunbridge Mass Miss Stell 1 B ll nett Ho111e Mt Ple ts mt I1 Miss Jessie Bulklns K ms ts City Mo Miss lldni Hazen Dentxl Attendant Ft Madison Miss Louise Jones le tcher Atlanti I CLASS OF 1902 Roht Scovel Dentist Ft Madison Mls Dusy Atlee Scovel Ft Madison Miss Edith Benbow At Home Ft M1kl1SOH Miss Ruth Bindei leachei Ft Madison Rav Belstlel Fanner Wever Iowa Din Duis lnstructo1 of Mechanic Newton Kan Rolli Cowles Chicn o Tape 84 Label Co Chicago Ill Mrs Jessie Hopl-.uk Dtvis North Yakima Wash Mis A1111 Lee Johnson Berkley Cal John Scovel Dentist Philllpines SCHOOL TIMLS Mrs Ethel Shauvei ScolesA1kans1s City Ark Dowe Wagoner Chief Cleik in Mo Telephone office Ktnsas City Mo Mrs Hann th En fin in Kellner EIP1so Texas May F1ncl1 Mis Alina Fruehling Stevenson Sinta Fe N Mexico Hurd Griswold Fai mer Viele low 1 Casey Hamilton Ltwyer Ft Madison Miss Emma Miller feachei Pt M ldison Miss Helen Riefn ich Teachel Ft Madison Miss Ida Willetts deceased Ned Roberts hngszneer fox Pacific Gas and Electric Co San F1 tncisco Rudolph Schlapp Gas Compiny Ft Madison CLASS OF 1903 Chas Baker Mining En 1nee1 Ely Nevada Fred Hunt with Santa Fe Newton Kan Roy Kline Civil Engineer Winslow Ariz Stewart Lamb Stenographei Albany Oregon Harry Johnson Undertaker Des Moines Ia Miss Bessie Tower At Home Ft Madison Miss G1 ice Melick Stenographer Omaha Neb Mrs Loraine Murdy Kerns Neola S Dakota Mrs Nellie Jones Hansen Kirksville Mo Mrs Bessie Sperry Kasten Burlington Ia Mrs Edith Kennedy Tucker Wever Ia ' ' 75 1 ' '- ' ' . 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THE HIGH SCHOCL TIMES GIRLS' BASKET BALL TEAM M1s Mrs Mrs Mrs M1ss M1ss Mis Mls MISS Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs l'HE HIC I-I SCHOOL IIMES Axleen Sllydbl Gumole Keokuk I1 Ethel HCllDL1lSt Dunsmulr Cal Glace Hoovex Stempel State College Penn Edna Rollett Wxllls Duluth Mmn HaLel Auw 1erter dece tsed CLASS OF 1904 Beatuce Lehnmg Te1che1 Ft M1d1son Buen 1 Ohm ut Lane Ft Madlson I Ida Zw1ld Clllly Pt Madlson I1 Ved 1 Bucholz L em C1ty Ft M ll1SOll Ia Plum 1 Shreves W 1 onex Eugene Ore Bertha Lxdhtfoot B lrrett Poplar Bluff Mo Stell1 Pruehhng KO1SChgCH Ft Macllson Zetta Walters Davls Newton Kms is Irene W1lletts Wllson Mt Sterhng Iowa L1nn1e Reeves Doern M1lwaukee W1s M1ss Frank Davls Stenographer for M xster Mechanlc Newton Kan M1ss Laura Amborn Stenographer Seattle Wash M1ss Mamle Ward At Home Wever Ia M1ss L1ll1e Jacobs Stenographer Chzcago Ill Arthur Lawrence Tallor St James Mlnn John Ham1lton D1str1ct Cla1m Atty Ft Madison Dr Saml Reeves Los Angeles Cal Clarence Hopk1rk M D Ch1cago Mrs Bessle Bullard Brown Deel Lodge Montana Mrs Mazy Stem Wh1stler Glendlve Mont CLASS OF 1905 Sldney Hyter Attorney Los An feles Cal Flolence Boltze Ieacher Ft MltllSOIl Lxlhm Snuth Te icher Pt Machson Helen Smxth Ieacher Keolxuk Ia Annx Bergthold Muslclm Orpheum Ft Machson Rei R I-hghtshoe Szlesm in for London Farm Imple ment Co Cleveland Ohlo Bartlett Sc Co Clnca o Ill Jos MOTIISOII Sllesman for John Lucas Pa1ntCo Chlcago Ill Waltel Wllson U1llV6TS1fy of Mls ou11 Columbla Mo Fled Frehxh tdeceased M1ss Edna Freem tn Teachel Ft M3d1SOIl M1ss Anna H1rper Carbondale Ill Mrs Clara Lamb Pelsky MHTCCl1IlC Mo Mrs Juanxtz' Ohmart Lane Ft Machson M1ss Ola Hellman At Home Ft M2d1SOH M1ss Jessle Cole Dr Cirson Murdy Aberdeen S D Earl Heck M111 Carrler l t M3dlSOU Earl Benbow Mmlster Olwem Iowa Lynn Dav1s lNIach1n1st Needles Cal ' 2 ' H J 77 'f. 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THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES CLASS OF 1906 Pearl Newmm C1Vll En meer Keokuk ll Fred Wahler Stlte Umverslty Iowa Clty M155 Ann 1 Conradt leacher Ft Mld1SOH Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Stell 1 Wxllets DlVlS Needles Cal Carr1e Iilel Be U1 Los An eles C11 Llnn Lluther Burke Wuer Iowa Emma Andexson E1dson Ft Mlkl1SOI1 Anna Schlapp Slemanlte Cmaarron New Mexxco M155 Loulse Sallander Domesttc Scmence Bedford Iowa Te teller Joseph Eh xrt Garage umcy Ill Lloyd Shreves Supt R R office Portland Ore M155 Mtry Atcluson Stenogx tpher Ft Madlson CLASS OF 1907 M155 Clementme Sheaffer Ft Ma l1son MISS L1llllH Fr mklxn Ft MTLIISOH Mlss Anna Schler Te lcher Ft Madlson Mary Welch At Home Llttle Rock Alk M155 Fern Hxnneman Ft Mxdxson Iowa M155 S1gne Korklan Teacher Ft Madlson ow Mrs Ella Dudley Hayden Ft Madlson Ia M155 Olxv1a Di1lqlllSf Teacher Ft Mtduson M155 Ida Fruehlm f At Home Ft M1d1SOI1 MISS Ted Okell Ft M lCllSO11 Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Letha Malcolm lhomas Slhley Mo Gertrude Gates Saar Ft M3d1SOH Valhe Foreman Llghtfoot Farmmffton Ia Lenne W1ldl1aber Smth San Bernadmo Cal Verna Sm1th Stewart Indlanapohs Ind Madge Watklns Thorne Cl1nton la Alpha Jackson Holmes Flyette MISSOUII Florence Knoch Hunt Henr1etta Mo Nola Korschgen Davms Ft M3d1SOD Ia Edward Bartlett Mmlster Grand Vlew Ia Franklm Paschal M1Ch1H1St Mohne Ilhnoxs Chas Sal1sbury R R office Muscatlne Ia Aubrey Ingals M155 Laura Lofgreen Ft Mzdxson Iowa Ph1hp Schlapp Post Graduate Course Ann Arbox M1ch Chas Zwald Ft MTLIISOD Iowa Bert Malze Clerk for Santa Fe Lubock Texas L6Sll6SII11th Cxty ELIIIOT Democrat Ft Mad1SOD Rlchard Pennartz Clerk Ft Mad1son Iowa Allen Howard Fru1t Farm Hanulton Flor1da Harry Hull Clerk Anthes Hotel Ft Mad15on I Mrs Harr1et D1edr1ch Hopk1rk Ft Mad1son Ia Mrs Eloxse Ebmger Hayden Marce11ne Mo Mrs Sophxa Fruehlmg Ho51er West PO1Hf Ia Mrs Mlnerva Kxstler Sm1th Marcehne Mo M155 Ol1ve M1tche1l Stenogr tpher Ft Mad1son Ia M155 Loulse S1monson Stenographer Ft Madxson Ia l 2 , I lf , Q , . . . 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I 2 I I I I ' 1 ' 1 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES M1ss Margalet Benbow Don1est1c Sclence Teacher St Joseph Mo Wtlter Stempel Sllesman for The Nebraska Payer and Bag Co Lmcoln Neb Rolla Amborn Sc Lttle W ish las C1rroll Brakenl ln Clulllcothe Ill Henry Bl xt T1cket Afent DSITVLI Col Elrl Corn an Smlcsnlan I1cobDold Packmg Co WICIIIIH Kan Mxss Q lldys Murdy Stenogrmphm Aberdeen S D Nelson Klll1111CIL1 D1 lftlng wnth Ingersoll IVI1ll1n IVI1ch1ne Co Rockford Ill CLASS OF 1908 MISS Hxzel Amhorn At Home Fort IVIad1son Iow 1 MISS Piula Ernst Stenoglapher Democlat Office Folt Mwhson Iowa M1ss Beulah Art7 Te lcher l:"ortIVIad1son Iowa Mlss Llla Dawson Home Fort MddlSOU Iowa Mlss Marb u et Lalrd Clerk Fort Madxson Iowa M1ss Lena Mmrtm Home FOItM1d1SOD Iowa MISS Edna I-Ielslng Stenographer Fort Machson Iowa Mlss Sarah Starbul Teacher Fort MHLIISOD Iowa Mlss B1rd1e Schulte Clerk Fort Mad1son Iowa Mxss Ted Scluer Stenographer Fort Madxson Iowa Mxss Georg1a Dav1s Stenographer Detro1t M1ch MISS Grace Fruehlmg I'e cher Bat 1v1a Iowa Fred Sallander Iowa State Umversxty Iowa Cmty Iowa Wm Harper Student Howard Unxverslty Washmgton Olhe Buchholz Tel Opel ttor Clnllmcothe Ill Prcd Newk1rk M3Ch1lllSI Fort Madlson Iowa Herbelt Lansmg Physxcal Trammg D1rector McPher son Kan Huly Kunlnerer Machxmst Divenport Iowa Mxlton Lehnmg Clerk Fo1tMad1son Iowa P1111 Hoffmezster MACIIIDISI Fort Madlson Iowa Hlrold Lanszng Student at Dxake UHlVCfS1tY Des Momes Iowa EKIWIU Dudlex Telegr lph Oper ltor Carrolton Mo Mlss Hazel Benbow Busmess College Cedar Rap1ds Iowa Mxss Marguente Atlee Kmdergarten Teacher Holly wood Cal Mrs Lucxle Crouse Schroeder Fort Madlson Iowa M15 Irene Jackson Wadklns Kansas Clty Mo CLASS OF 1909 MISS Lorra1ne Dman At Home Amanllo Texas Mxss Iowa Saunders At Home Ottumwa Iowa M1ss T ressa M1tchell At Home Fort Machson Iowa Mmss Eva Armstrong Student Fort M1d1son Iowa M1ss Laura Korklan Stenogxapher Fort Machson Mlss Buenna Newberry Teacher Hlllsboro Iowa MISS Leah Walters VlOI1HlSt Portland Ore Ernest Rxchmond Student at Ames College Ames Ia . i A . . , . . . 1 L 1 - C 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 . . , . 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II-IE HIFI-I Clarence Ha1ll Home Fo1tM adlson Iow a Hlfflll ton Pollard Student atl S U IWWILIIY Iow Gale Elhott lnle mph Opu ato1 Needles Q al Altred Benbow Student 1tLoe Colle e Ledn R1p1ds Iow 1 D Youn Student 1tI S U Iow1 Crtx Iowa Albert Youn A t P111dc.nt11llns Lo FOlt IVILJISOII Iowa M1ss Gp al W lfl'xlIlS Teatl1e1 Fort lVI lLllSOl'1 Iowa SCHOQL TIMES MISS Helen W1lla1d Student at 0Xl,OILl GXIOIQI O MISS Bessle Goldon U of MlLll Ann A1 bot MISS Ma11e Sthaper Ho1ne Folt MlLllSLWIl Iowa MISS Mugueute Hofflnuster Raul leach 1 I'Olt Mad15on Iown MISS Pe UISCIIILI 5tLHOgIA3.Pl1CI Fozt lVIld1SOl1 Iowa M15s Hettne Com 1dt IZLII al fe leher West Polnt Iowz MISS Ve1t1nge1 Ru1alTe teher Fort MltllSOH Iowa MISS Do1 1 VN me oner Iellldl I'e 1ehe1 FOII Madason M1ss Bertha W110ht 'leacher Ashton Mo Mlss M1r0uer1te Stouvenal At Home lu t M IRON Mrs NI1 5 Mrs Mrs M1 s M1 s Mrs Iowa Etta Breen Etka Ra1ne1 XA ash Hazel Hunt I'l1o'111s W aco I'ex Laura Iowner Webb Powellton Ill Helen Johnson Lowe Fort M ld1SOU Iow 1 Ella Snuth H 1ye5 Fort M1cl1son Iowa Len a MOIIHC Brayton FOItMlk1lSL3U Iowa Helen Robmson Dav1s Fo1tMad1son Iowa Sabert Hanulton Student at Busmess College Fort Iowa M155 N1nn1e Br1tton Teacher Fort Mad15on Iow CLASS OF 1910 M1s5 Da1sy Nelson Stenoffrapher Fort MlLIlSOD Iowa M1s5 Moll1e Cruakshark Art School New Orle ans MISS Hazel Foreman SICYIOQYADIICI Des Moxnes Iowa MISS Vera Patterson Home Welln1 m Iowa Iohn Jessup Repo1te1 fo1 Gem C1ty FOII Mad1son Iowa Theodore R1Cl1l11OIld Student at Bu51ness Colle e umey Ill h,ll1C1SOI1 Wllkll1S COIXIXIIISSWFY T11111 Dana Ill Robert HCIIIIIT Fqlllllllg FO1tMlkllSOl1 Iowa CLASS OF 1911 M1ss M1r1on Gaston Student Coe College Cedar Rap xds Iowa MISS Gladys, Pazker Post G11duate FOII Machson Iowa MISS Myrtle Armstrong At HOIHC Fort Machson Iowa M155 Hazel Rohker Post Graduate Fort Madxson Ia M1ss Helen Wlel Post G1 aduate FO1t Mld1SOIl Iowa M155 Letta Art7 HOH18 Fort MldlSOU Iowa M155 L1ll11n Boltfe Home Fort Mad15on Iowa M155 Mary Casey Studentl S U Iowa C1ty Iowa .1 - - 80 1 1 1 , . 1 ' ' . 1. 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'1 ' 41 L . , ' , 1 THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES M155 Margaret Ehart Stenographer Fort Mad1son Iowa MISS Els1e Ernst Asst L1b1ar1an Fort Mad15on Iowa M155 Jenme Harper Western Un1vers1ty umdaro Kan MISS Esther Segum UDIVCTSIIY of Denver Denver Colo Fred Ekms MACDIUISI Apprenhce Fort Mad1son Iowa Herbert K1st1er MdCh1DlSt Apprent1ce Fort Mxdlson Iowa V1ctor Hurt Wlth An1er1can Fork md Hoe Co Fort Mad15on Iowl Floyd Nrggemeyer CIOIIIICI' Carth tge Ill Harvey Cregan Book keeper Detro1t M1cl1 Mrs BCSS16 Pucker Horn Fort Machson Iowa CLASS OF 1912 MISS Merle Cooper Busmess Colle e Omahi Neb MISS Lou15e Amborn UD1VC1S1ly of IIIIHOIS Cham pa1gn Ill MISS Mary Breen At Home Fort Mad1son Iowa M155 Ruth Bowen Ferry Hall Lake FOI est Ill Ray Bullard At Ho1ne R F D Fort MddlSOIl Iowa MISS Martha Benbow Iowa Vllesleyan Mt Pleasant Iowa MISS Elma ColV1n At Home R F D Fort MALIISOH Iowa MISS Anna Dalqulst At Home Murtaugh Idaho Wesley Dobson At Hon1e R F D Fort Machson Iowa MISS Isabelle Downs At Hon1e FO1t M1d1son Iowa M155 Edna EIllD1Ch Rural 'Ieacher Fort Mad1son Iowa M155 Mary Htnchett Lasell Sennnary Auhozndale Mass M155 .Iul1a I'IOf:IIl116lStCT Rulal Teacher Fort Mad1son Iowa John Howland Prmtmg Cfflce Kansas Clty Mo MISS Floxcnce Hoplex Adv mce Agent Por Lyceum Bu1e LU Fo1t MILIISOII Iowa XNIIIIHUI Husmg Clerk For Mad1son Iowa MISS Hazel Kennedy at home Ft Mad15on Iowa MISS Dulc1e Kennedy at home Ft Mad1son Iowa LCWIS K1stle1 Knox College Galeshur Ill1no1s MISS Helen Klll ht Iowa Weslexan Mt Pleasant Iowa MISS M1ld1ed Lea15 Johnsons BUSIDCSS College Ft Mad1sor1 Iowa Arthur M1ller Book keeter Ft Mad15on Iowa MISS Luc1le Masden Post braduate Ft Madlson Iowa M155 Ruth Newk1rk at home Ft Mdd1SOU Iowa MISS Florence Ottowa at l1on1e Ft Mad15on Iowa M155 Helen Packer Teachers College Cedar Falls Iowa ' ' 81 I' 'A 1 I I I' I I ' r I 1 1 I I 1 I , .... . . . - 1 - ' 1 1 . . 1 . w . 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A4 'NINCKISON I "sa, JAMES C.BCI1WS'I"QK V "-I' J. A, S. POLLARD, Cashier W, I-I. ROSE, Asst,CasI1. A, M. LOWHRY, Avt. C: -I. CAPITAL and SURPLUS S60 000 00 MADISDN SAVINGS BANK Interest Allowed on Tlme and Savings Deposlts Safety Deposlt Boxes to Rent Assets over THREE QUARTER MILLION DOLLARS t 1yM St tA d tl L JOHN BOESCH COMPANY BURLINGTON'S BIG STORE Leadmg and Largest One Prlce Cash Store 111 Southeastern Iowa dq Dry Goods Cloaks SUITS M11l1nery Rugs Jewelry Cut Glass SIIVCIWHTC Curtams Mens Furnlshmgs Chma House Furnlshmgs Etc 412 416 418 420 422 Jefferson Street BURLINGTON IOWA , . . , . Hea uarters for n 1 1 ' 1 7 Y ' . ' - 5 n 1 ' 1 1 1 . , . Government Postal Savings Depository OfIersE "yAiva t, ' of a Proqessive, Up- o-d.t- B. k' ' I ft't t' , C 'vvative auaged audC d 'tfi - Y T - I ' ' ccor ance wi a 7 A LIGHT AND POWER SERVICE That w1II Ioe an asset to Fort lVIad1son 1S our object Our servrce w1II Ioe courteous reI1aIoIe and The dommatrng factor of our pohcy 1S a Greater Fort lVIad1son FORT MADISON ELECTRIC COMPANY equal to that enjoyed Ioy the ,larger cities. E R S N 0 O K MACHINE SHOP SPECIAL MACHINERY A General .Iobbmg Buslness Done CORNER VINE AND WATER STS FORT MADISON . IOWA KARL BOLL mek? Cut Flowers and X Funeral Decor ations Roses and Carnations A W Smith CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER For Rugs Stoves and Furnlture Slemer Furniture Company 14 716 SE OND ' . I A ,M ' for If Designer and Builder of KX I ' E tof Prison Fort Madison, Ia. Bell Phone 105 Y Number 425 Front Street 9 ' GO TO ' 7 - C ST. The Chestnut Street Barber Shop Evcxythm Modern and Up to date Four Balbers Always m Attendance HESAR Sleam H01 W3lBf 31111 WHIII1 All Heilllllg Ir I1 Wo k of All Km is U A WOOLEVER 607 F1 ut Street FortM11s n lawn. Boot Tlme ls Past Youll be glad we remmded you when you see the new low shoes Button oxfords spec1ally modlsh thrs yea1 Pumps fashlonable for more dressy wear Black tan wh1te Eltman Shoe Store 717 Second Street Wncn a woman n 1 lon er znds aa!! 11 zth hu husband she s a widow When a man nr lun mais azzlf M1111 hrs clufhes he s a Lzndscx czzsfonzcr 211 213 Plne Street Fort Madlson lowa Every boy and glrl should have a bicycle and kodak Inspect our large new lot of latest novels just the rlght sort of thrng for a grft A E GLAZIER Tl-IE FERN CAFE, mst a swell place to eat 832 SPLCND SI' 1: 7 I 1 Sf J' J . . . A 2 I QQ" f' ' f " I JK" JVK' I K' lv, 5 AQ' J 'I , I O C Stewart Stoves and Ranges. Light and Heavy Sheet 0 r ' 1 . . ' . 1 - r 605 'o ' ' ac i. o . c C 4 A . . I 1 ,S I r ' I N T LARSON S e gg i gys 2,3561 Courtrl ht St Y g 0 ly J Hamllton, Prop als Soo 1 te ll come to S fo fne photos ASK FOR 6 6 H Our carbon photos are the F ERN BRAND Hnest photos made Chocolates and Candles d by 81 809 FRGNT STREET BURLINGTON, IowA ' Th "The Hf:zz.se 0 ual!! " . . The m st complete lin hgh d Cla a er ood in 'y. g u We get our quality by good work- manship and b usin n high . ' ' class and pure materi . ner or a ryou wi us. 7 r 1' ma e SLOCUM ICE CREAM Manufacturers and Wholesalers KENNEDY BROS Grocery S F MISS L Bruegenhemke M1l11nery 2515 SANTA FE AVE KX QW Grower of Choice Cut Flowers Q' c 'W Pho 566 J M AUGE Florlst Bergman Plano Store Be g Sells the Best P1 o fo the Least Mo ey Pla o T 813 SECOND STREET Abel Grocery Company F cy G oce es D yGoods d Men s Eurmshmgs 1337 FRONT ST PHONE 173 exe snca ' as , rg' a,'r gi ,, 1, 1 f 'A ng.. , Et . 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Di 1 I S SCHRAMM COMPANY W hen You Come to Burlmgton Be Sure to Call and Look Through Cur Large Collectron of Dress Goods, Sllks Whlte Goods, Wash Goods, Lln ens, Hoslery, Gloves, Underwear, Laces Embrolderles, Neckwear, Etc OUR READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT on 3 d Floo D splaysthe Latest C eatrons n Coats, Sults, Dresses, Costumes, Walsts, Skirts, Etc Yo W 11 always H cl odd lots lt clos1 Q out p C s l I 7 ' 1 , 1 You will always Hnd Special Attractions in Every Department r r i N r ' i u it n 2 'nk ri e FREE TRI TO CALIFOR IA HE ORPHEUM THEATRE w1ll award three free tr1ps to Cahfornla and return to the ladles of Fort MHd1SOD who rece1ve the largest number of votes by June 21st 1913 These tr1ps w1ll 1nc1ude three f1rst class t1ckets to San FFHHCISCO and return and S120 OO for expenses and stop overs at any POIDLS gomg or returmng 10 VOTES FREE w1th every pa1d adm1ss1on Help yourself or Free Trips to Callfornla ORPHEUM THEATRE EveryIJocIy's Doing It Everybody Is favormg us wlth thelr electrlcal work Everbody 'I hat IS CIOIIIKQ It IS gettlng good lesults POPULAR ELECTRIC CO STOP AT THE HOTEL FLORENCE C G HURT Prol, netor I I 5 I lm I Izlllsvnlx W Opposlte Both Depots Reasonable Rates ' - And it doesnt matter what they want, they get the , . , result just the same. ' 0 , . one of your friends to win one of these I , ,Ez " ff 1 , ' UUFI ' ' ' I15 it 'I' I Q i V,-1 I B III I air ' :V - .gg rg, .Ji pi., Q' .v.""' " I GRIFFITH AY Sell vozzr I-IAIVIZWER and hav cz HORN GRIFFITH IS manager of The Busmess SCTVICC Co Crechts Collect1ons Aclvert1s1ng He IS mterested 1n a Greater Fort MHd1SOH Are you w1th h1m7' Thanks ROY L GRIFFITH Sulte 5 James Block Phone 525 J best creamery butter at EASTER S POPCORN CAR Cholce Peanuts Blanched Jumboes Sp'l.I11Sl1Cd Salted Best Ice Cream Cones and Cold Pop L 1 d s d sf opp 1 1 KIENER BROTHERS FOR FRESH AND SALTED MEATS 836 Second St Phone 13 ESPECIAL ATTENTION V 1S called to the aclve1t1se ment of Cornell College Mount Vernon Ia one of Iowas oldest and best colleges .l l.. Prlchett Quallty Plumblng and Heating Phone 198 J 216 Chestnut St 5lP11Il1PI'1I Sc 1111111111111 Funeral Dlrectors Phone 194 J 721 Fnont Stleet 0 . Q ,, ll . V A . i ,- l l I I -1 f l 1 1 1 ' , ., V ' . . . H . .1 ' U H You can get the best Popcorn, seasoned with , . . 7 C . O 1 1 1 4 . 1 ' a e on econ ., osi e Lee Coun y Savings Bank ' ' SOMETHING NEW I We Have Added to Our Eqmpment A Prlntograph Machine WI11ch IS especually adflpted to p1oduce Natural Lookmg Typewutten Lette1s at small cost We IHVIIQ you to g1V6 Punto xaph Letters a tr1'1I Samplee sent on request DODD PRINTING CO , Fort Madlson, Iowa I . I O . . . an . ,, c . an . r ,, . - - .. g C . . . .. 0 0 THE KEEN KUTTER sToRE g 5 MQNS KEEN KUTTER Better hardware 1S ne1ther made nor sold Every plece IS fully guaranteed We ask your patronage Our PFICCS wxll meet w1th your approval 725 SECOND ST Dr. Maurice WIll11'Cl', PHS. W. F. T1 -. A: 't, C' at John Shephard. Vi '- PIKZ9tLJCllt E. T. E' bt. je' Abit, C: l H. J. Kennedy, C it ' -' German American State Bank Cash Capital S100 000 00 Addltlonal Llablllty S100 000 00 Combined Total S200 000 00 Loans Made on Iowa Real Estate Interest on Savings and Tlme Deposits Open qaturday Evemngs from 7 to 8 o clock HAS HH TM LMK AHK ty 3 , IM Q, ' l Q . - , . - , . ,......... C959 ....,.... . rooms - , . . . , I , Lf A B' I I S H DIRECTORS- Dr. Maurice xVZll1l'CI', John Shepl ' 1, B. B. H Jr., J, J. Datiu. . . Jkyles, A. . oustou, E. . c , . . aser, . . euuet . RMORY ROLLER SKATI G Rl K fHCpen Tuesday Wed nesday Fr1day and Saturday mghts, also Saturday afternoons f1lSkat1ng partres a speclalty ARMORY BUILDING Market Street Lake E re Boys Camp Wah pe on Ou Lake Erie N ar Ashtabula Ohio Real camom Swunmxng Boatlng lilshl 12 Hlkes Athletlcs Tutorlng ll stolects espcclally fo lllhh school and college entrance examl natxons Expert Leaderslup Ld me send you mv Illustrated Buoklef C A DUFF Ashtabula Uhlo e lnformed About Plumhmg Wl en lu li g you bu ld for any years e tnent y ies re good at pea me t reasonable cost D rab l ty con ven e ce ani economy u to e ies red C 1 1 teei fixture ani a o gh nethoi of nstlll ng We sh 111 be ple msei to ake yor an tl ate ree EDWARD VOLLERS, The Plumber ' 7 5 - - -t . e , A - ka ' - , ' , -I l ' 'I -A I '-f . I ' . . . 1 m a 1' h ', f r 0 L iv 1 7 , K. 8. , - - - , . . , , . t . 1 5 i L in i nl' .. perhaps for a life-time. If building for an inv s 1 . 'ou L ,i , ' w .r- ar El '. ' . , u ' i i . - i n ' L ll are 111 ch b Q ,i . ruz r. n 4 S Q ' thor- llt 1 L i , 2 i . . 1 2 Q nl' 1 es- 'm f . , PRGFESSIONAL DIRECTCRY N I 3 EYE EAR NOSE AND THROAI' Port Madlsoxl Savlngb Billk Bulldlll I xW I HESSE BUILDING HESSE BUILDINC' II Xl Nl LAWYERS N l IIU DENTIST Sulte Pour FOII M 111118011 Sax 11lg'x Blllk Blllldlllg I D DENTIST I-IESSE BUII DING INSURANLE JAMES BLOLK OSTEOPATHIL, PHYSICIAN 679 Tlllrd Struct INSURANCE DFNTISI' Lu, Lollllty Billk BIIIILIIIIQ LAWYERS DEN FIST J M Q Hhmulton J 5 Hamlnon Rooms1314 Lu: Loullty Billk BlllIdll1Q lJl:.'.q,C'11cl5,1u'flf ll X IIICINIICIIS IW. .I. HBS xllli. I". VAIID Im. S'r.xlu' '-IA'I'lIl'IH, M. IJ. ml' MM" NNY W' A' S'f'U'3'U"43 lplglpqllilgyg1p,.3N:,-,W Ii. .l. IIHPIIIIIK IPR. IIAAICN Ihcmlm: A ,EN X IllUlII,'l'1lN I IIlUIII.'I'HN mg, If lg. f'UI'l1'l'lilHIlI lll':1cl1lxullll1's11:j v I 1 g b A I E V K - Y x A K A S. li. IEA lilitllli Texxchex' of PIANO AND VOICE 529 Tlllftl bt Phone 142 LAWYER JAMES BLOCK X Hill N S LAWYER 727 beeond Street Olhcc IDll.1'. I. IMIIICY OSTEOPATH and RusIde1I'u 811 Second Over lroj I B10 Stote Phone, 260 SIN: ' AFFORNILY A'I l AW James Blo k DILNTIST 7 Sect nd SQI T U Sh lm t l".1'.liHIil'Ili'l'S. Nl, ID. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Dexnomat Blllldlllg OFFICE 727 SECOND ST I s NJ REAI l:Sl'Al'l- AND INSURANLP l 1. Countx Bank lilllltllll HE chsastrous fire that occured 111 uncy Feb nary 17th damaoed o Ir plant so that It was nec essary to seek new quarters and start all ove1 agam Phoemx hke we have rlsen from the ashes and are now fully re eQIIbIIS1Iea bener ,Iepmd G Q than ever before to turn out hI fll dass drawmgs X h Ilftone 6l'lgf'l.VlIl s 7lDC etchm s md coloz pl Ites Wr1te fOl simplex Ind pnces DESIGNERS, ENGRAVERS ELEGTROTYPERS FIFIH AND MAIN STREETS QUINCY ILLINOIS 11 .Lv . - . N , -X Av' Z , . 5' ' ., X . . , .I. II, I-'mII.I:I' "1-' ' W"t't"1 J. 3l.1'ASICY, AI. II. 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Y D BRAINS A D CHARACTER UCCESS CGRNELL COLLEGE has been for Q1XtY years 1n the busmess of developmg bra1ns and character Wlth what success IS 1nd1cated by the constant and wonderful growth of the college and the record of 1tS graduates All colleges have some em1nent a1umn1 It IS the percentage that tells Fmest locat1on xn the state Best state record nn lntercollegxate de bate Amon' the first ln all mtcrcollegxate contests Record 111 con test relat1ons w1th the best collelfes 1n tlus and four adjomlng states Equxpment and resox rces kecpxng pace w1tl1 the best colleges 1n the country One hall M1ll1on Dollar campaugn successfully closed last nas1um and a modetn L1brary blllldlllg w1th 37 O00 volumes two m portant features of a well equlpped college The attendance last year was 746 from twenty states and four forelgn countrxes About 1650 1u the alumm '1 HI' GYMNASIUM The hte at Cornell IS dehghtful The expenses are lower than at ualxty above uant1ty the motto most Colleges of the first rank and In larder slum Investngatmn 1uv1ted Fullest 1nformat1on gladly g1V6D Cornell offer a scholarshzp to that graduate of every accred1ted Iowa F1rst semester Fall 1913 begms September 15tl1 I-hgh School who made the best record 1n scholarslup Address PRESIDENT JAMES E. 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