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

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GUUJIEI I 'null tllltl 'rf fl' f 1, , H1 ': RHI 'llIll'l'l.L'llIl l:t'llIlfwX' ICHN1 'wf 'QA' 511 UA, vtfr FRED HANCHETT Bnsnness Manager The Tlmes 1913 14 Presxdent Class 1910 11 V1cePres1dent Athletlc Assn 1911 12 Football 1910 11 12 Boys Glee Club AIICC Ill Wonder land 1911 Pres1dentZetet1cSocxety 1913 14 Presxdent M Club 1913 14 Presldent Athlehc Assn 1913 14 Bassanxo m class play Mexchant of Venxcc Upto Date Toast Master Junior SCIIIOI' Banquet 1914 HAZEL WELLINGTON Tunes reporter 1911 12 Asst Edltor nn Clnef 1912 13 hdxtor 111 Clnef 1913 14 Presldent Plulomathean Socxety 1912 13 Debatnnf Team 1914 Thallan Souety Can tata Ruth 1914 Farce A Case of Sus pension 1914 Class Play 1914 Honor Student CLARENCE W SMITH Class Pres1dent Second Semester 1913 14 Glee Club 1913 14 'lhxlxan Soc1ety Alnce Ill Wonderland 1911 Cantata Ruth MARIE. BILDERBACH Tunes Staff 1913 14 Secretary Zetetmc Socxety 1912 13 Gnls Glec Club Dnrector of Orchestra 1913 14 Operetta Sylvm 1913 Alxce ln Wonderland 1911 Cantata Ruth 1914 Farce A Case of Suspen snon 1914 Composed words ot the Class Song Narnssa nn class play Merchant of Vcnnce Up to Date ARCI-IIE D CAROTHERS Tunes Staff 1911 12 Vlce President of Zetctnc bocxety 1913 14 boot ball 1913 V1Ct'2PI'CSldClll Class 1912 first semester Plesldent second semester 1913 Alnce Ill Wonderland 1911 Gratnno lll class play Merchant of Venue Up to Dute 6 ,zf fr' CHESTER GROSS Claw Presndent Fnst5uneS1er 1913 14 VlLLIlCS1dLllt M Club 1913 14 V1n.e P1eSnds.nt Athletle Ass n 1113 4 Pool ball 1912 13 Basket Hill 1912 13 Track 1914 RGBISON HOFFMEISTER Vue Plesldent Clues 1911 12 Class Ples ldent P1141 SemeQtc.r 1912 13 Vice Plei :dent Chex 1913 14 Pusxdent Colophonun Soexety 1913 14 Bnsket Ball 1911 12 13 14 F001 ball 1913 I'x1n,k 1914 M Club 1913 14 Boye Glen. Club Cantata Ruth 1914 Farce A Case of Suipensxon 1914 Txmes Stafi 1913 Atlxlehc Edntor 1913 14 Antonio 111 dass play ML1Llldll1 1 VCIIILB Upto Dxh, HELEN HUGHES Valedxctormn Secretary Class 1913 14 Literary Editor 1912 13 Alumnx hdntol 1913 14 Colophomau boueiy RUSSELL J HOPLEY Chw Pmsndcnt 1911 12 Llnss Treasurer 1912 14 Athldac A9511 Ileasurer 1913 14 Pxuldent Mdd1SOII13ll SOCILAY 1913 14 Sylvm, 1913 Ruth 1914 Shylock IH class play, AAMC1Llldll1 of Vemce Up to D116Y,ASSlS1I11l1 Busxnew Manager, Innes" Staff, 1911 '12 13 Boys Glu: Club EDNA BEDELL hxclxfmm bdnton 1913 14 Vxcu Pres: deutPlulomat1x1.u1 Sonny 1912 13 Pres1 dpnt Plnlom.1tlmu1Socnety 1913 14 Presx dLl11GLfll1dll Llulv 1914 becxntxry Zs.tc.t11. Socmty 1913 14 Poxtu 111 Llass Play 1914 Declmmatory Lontgst 1917 PIIIIOITIJIIILTII 1 y I Ll 1 s 1 11 1 1911 Honor btudeut PAUL C SCHAPER P1034 Glu, Llub 1911 Allu, Ill Wonder and 911 bylvu 1913 Foot ball 1 Trgnsmu Ilmluu bnuety 1913 RUTH EMBICK Local Edltor 1913 14 Tnmce St'1fI 1910 11 12 13 Secretary of Llass 1910 11 Sec rutary Athletic Assn 1913 14 Gnls flee Lluh 191112 M3d1S0llldll SOLILIY Clam Play 1914 bylvna 1913 Honox Student ALBERT PHILLIPS SecrctaryTrez1QurLr M Llub 1914 Sec retary Clam 1911 12 1'ootb1ll 1911 12 13 Tmuk 1914 L.olopIxou11uSou1.,ty Bas ket Ball 1911 ESTHER RICE S1lut1tor1an Lxtuuy Edntoz 1913 14 Reportel 1912 13 Sucletary Llas 1912 13 Colophoman bouety , 1 , . , . -, I . .- .- ' ra ' 1 1 - ' ' 1 ' 1 A ' I I 1 pf I ' I 1 ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 - ' . ' 1, I , , 'Q 1 I K -1 I 1 . ', ' Q . . 1 Y 'Y " 1 1 : z -f, -g ' '. I .1 , -u .. . v 1, , . V, U X .11 - - 1 1 ' I 111 , .11 V, 11 , 1 , 913, I 1 .1 1 F Y 1 .L ' ' , , - 1 ,ll A 1, 1 ' 1 + ' 1 ' 1 1 . , , , I . 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V . 1 ' 1 -"1 ' 1 Wt! wx K fa'-Tr 's41'X Gil v PHYLLIS HAMPSON Flrst three years. at Lake VIEW Hugh School Clncago Madnsoman Soclety Gnrls Glee Llub Lantata Ruth 1914 Farce A base ol Suspenslon 1914 Llass Play WILLIAM HOBBS Glee Llnh 1914 MAAIISOIIIQII Socxetv Lolllpowd Musu: to Llass bong MARIE DANCY 14 P1eQ1d1.nt P111lon1atl1e.1nSouety 1911 12 Basket Bill 1910 11 12 13 G1rlQ blee Llnb 1914 Alxce lll Wonderland 1911 Class Play 1914 Lantatl Ruth 1914 lunge A Crue ol Suspenmon Claes Prophet Gununtlub 1914 Declanutory Lonlest 1917 CECIL LYEN Secretary Colophoman Socnety 1913 14 Foot hall 1913 'l1.n.k 1914 M Llub Llass Play VILURA BARNFS I'1meQ Staff 1911 Phxlomuthean 1911 Bfmkei Ball 1911 Ahce lll Wonderland 1911 Lnrls Glee Llub 1913 14 Zetehr bo Cxety L.1u1t.1ta Ruth 1914 I-" '11-fe'r"' ' - -8 'f I l a ' -A 1 v,-1 S! Y . 1 4 J 5 In fx 4 4 ': r ' Q 1 1 1 1 1 I ' , E1 ., Fl .x ' X . A I A -I , I. A 1 X ' 4 f 1 A 1 ' ' 1 . -151 -" 9 in' Al 1 .N . ' qi H A n, . A 1 'll' - V A 1 . v1ce.Pfes1de111 M11111S0111a11 Society, 1913- l l 4 l K , 11 l ' - l 11 , - ' . 1. . ' , H I' . 1 ' 1 1 '1 1 1 1 ' 1 -- 2 " ' 1 3 ' ,' 1 .... . . '., . . U 'Y ' . ' , .. U 1 - I 1 I I I ' Lt yn' ,,, . ,, . . A ' ' Y 1 K 1 I j 1 1 1 1 l Q 1 ' Q ' ' lk i 1"-A CHARLES H HUCKINS Txmcs Arhst 1911 12 13 14 Poo! ball 1914 Track 1914 Sylvxa 1913 Boys Glee Club Madlsonlan Socxety Cantata Ruth 1914 Farce. A Case of Suspensxon 1914 Class Pl'1y 1914 EDNA CROSIER Gxrls Glee Club Sylvn 1913 Madlson 1anSocnety Cantata Ruth 1914 ORANGE JUDY Tnmes Assxstaut Artlst 1912 13 1913 14 Colophoman bocnety Track Team 1914 Debahng Team 1914 Class Play FANNIE HINES Colophoman SOClCty Gxrls Glue Club Sylvna 1913 Cantata Ruth 1914 LEO WELLINGTON Class Wxll Boys Glee Club Thallan So clely Cantata Ruth 1914 Class Play JUNE MILLER Plulomathean SOC1BtY 1910 11 German Club 1914 Basket Ball 1910 11 1911 12 1912 13 Colophonlau Soclety Gymnastic Danclug 1911 12 GRACE BRAYTON Zetet1cSoc1ety Cantata Ruth 1914 LURLINE SNEATH School Orchestra 1914 German Club 1914 Honor Student MYRTLE STIDLEY Thalnan Soczety Basket Ball 1911 12 ymnastxc Daucmg 1911 12 Cantata Ruth 1914 NAOMI AZALIA HARPER Madxsoman Socxety Cantata Ruth 1914 Secretary Thalian Society, 1913-'14g High - S a S G 4 2 . s 'l 3 ll II 4 if N-A 'A-1'K 4 ll KATHRYN STEBBINS Class Poet G1rls Glee Club 1914 Alxce 111 Wonderland 1911 Presxdent Thallan Socxety 1914 Cantata Ruth 1914 EDWARD TUCKER Captaln Freshman Basket Ball Team 1910 11 boot ball 1912 13 1913 14 M Club Boys Glee Club 1914 Presxdent Thahan Socnety 1913 Track 1914 Cantata Ruth 1914 Class Play GERTRUDE BODDEKILR Freshman and Sophomore years at St Josephs Academy Ottumwa Iowa Zetetlc Soc1ety,I-hgh School Orchestra 1914 Bas ket Ball 1913 14 Glrls Glee Club 1914 Class Hlstorxan Phxlomathean Socnety Cantata Ruth 1914 ROY W HUETT Madnsoman Socnety Class Play 1914 MARGARET HOWARD Colophonxan Soclety, Sylvla 1913 Alxce m Wonderland Class Play 1914 Accompaulst Cantata Ruth 1914 Gnrls Glee Club 1914 Class Census fake: Honor Student C :Wm lK0Qr'QyJrrl3rlr' x!-A .axz l.-I!-lhl ...I xJ.a.a..ax.1...l .J -...I HHIHN Hucms VAIFDICIORIAN ERY few of out c1t1es have been properly brought up Bri g! Most of them just Qrowcd llke Iopsy but we must remember that Topsy w as not noted fol hex be auty For a long tune the hlghest llIll71llOI1 of the cltlcs was to be bug and thenr rapxd growth w as dasastrous to beauty Then when thus l.Illh1tlOI1 was lethzed there came a sw1ft react1on and people beg an to study how to make the cntxes better and more attractxve Elabor ately decorated bL1llCllIlg9 here and there statues or fountaans IH lmproper places or broad boulevards leadmg nowhere but CXl9tlI1g merely for the sake of thenr appearance do not make a town or c1ty beautlful But when all the dxfferent parts are m harmony and each xs a perfect part of the perfect whole thas xs the 1deal Of course lt 19 practxcally lmpossable to change our present day c1t1es to meet every requuement of the 1deal But 1f a plan for the fu ture growth should be adopted and all later changes made accordxng to thxs It would greatly sunphfy m attexs Some of our Amerlcan cltles have adopted plans hke tlus 1n the1r early hxstory One of the most successful 19 Savannah Georg1a where the pr1nc1p al streets run parallel to the raver Every other street IS sa wlde one wxth parkmg and tt the xntersectlon of the altern ate cross streets there are small parks Some of the Furopean COLIHUAICS have gone futher mn the m atter of beautlfymg then c1t1es than have the AI1lCI'lClU9 In Pans m any of the streets have broad strxps on each snde or xn the center planted wlth grass flowers and trees The elevated raxlways of Pans have a sohd roadbed supported by ltrge columns set ftr .ap art lhese columns are often concealed by trees or shrubhery In Berhn much the same xdea xs followed wxth the result that 1n both these places the elevated :all way IS the very opposlte to what It IS 1n Amerlca We are not tccustomed to thtnk of South Amerxca nn connectnon f JU 4-I, 4 , . .. - --, . , , , , 2 , , fl 2 . ,. , 5 0 ar av f . . fr .vw yr! .v a ' Q A 1 ,f 5 Q 1. 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'. - 2 2 2. 1 I . 2 THE H H OOI IM wrtlr crvrc rmproverrrent but Rro de Jmerro has been called the first Arrrerrcan crty beautrful She has the adv urttge of 1 wonderful srtu 1 tron and clrrnate but her attractrveness does not he rn these alone The streets are lrned wrth trees even rn the busrness part of the crty and the very lamp posts are works of art The srdewalks and streets are kept perfectly clean not onlv are they swept but even scrubbed It rs hard to belreve that only ten years ago thrs crtv was a sleepy fever strrcken town wrth rll paved streets The lessons rn sanrtatron taught at Panama have been so thoroughly learned and applred that the puprl has outstrrpped the teacher and Rro de Janerro can bear close rnspec trorr wrthout losrng any oi her charm so thoroughly rs she burlt Now the crtres of the Unrted States are wakrng up to the fact that they rre behrnd the trnres All over the country socretres for the rm provenrent of crtres are berng formed md the crvrc prrde of the people tw lkened A notable example of thrs movement rs Kansas Cuty About 1890 tlrrs crty had approxrmately one hundred twenty frve thousand people and was wrthout a foot of ground used for a park Then George Kess ler the landscape gardener drew plans for rmprovrng the crty As soon rt rorned forces llrrs opposrtron party was composed marnly of those who had rnlrerrted tracts of land whrch had become valuable through the crty s growth or those who had bought land when rt was cheap On the other srde were the small property owners or those ownrng none 'I he last two classes were rrr tue nrajorrty but therr success came only after 1 long struggle Frnally the crty was grven power to burld parks ind drrveways On the west srde opposrte the Urrron Depot was a dreat yellow clay bank Now thrs lr ts been transformed by terr lces mto a beautrful puk llre wrld north bluff wrtlr rts great forest trees wls changed onlv by the constr uctron of drrvcways Throughout the crty more con verrtron 11 parks 'md playgrounds were made and rn the rnajorrty of Q tses burldrngs were removed and streets and alleys oblrterated to make room lor tlrerrr lwenty years tfter the campargn was begun Kansas Lrty had over two thousand acres of parks and twenty srx mrles of boulevards lhe cost was srx rnd one half mrllron dollars but the peo ple feel that rt has been 1 profitable rnvestment About erghteerr years tgo George W Cable the novelrst started a. rrroverrrerrt for better gardens rn Northampton Massachusetts and prrzes were offered for the best results People of all classes and ages I G S C H , 'l' E S 21 as there began to be talk of carrying these out, the people who opposed g. 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V 1 L lb 1 E HICH SLHOOL TIM began to take an interest all over the little town hundreds joined the competition Now Northampton has wonderful gardens that brighten the whole city and put something of beauty into the lives of the poor The vacant lots are often the despair of the c1v1c worker They are generally used as dumping places or are over grown with weeds One solution of this proplem has been worked out in Philadelphia under the leadership of Samuel S Fels who is president of the Vacant Lots Cultivation Association The owners of the lots loan them for as long a time as they do not wish to build upon them The Association furnishes the seeds plants and rough plowing Each gardener is charged a fee of one dollar the first year two dollars the second and so on to pay for the supphes furnished him Last year between Hve and six hundred of these miniature farms were cultivated within the limits of the city md as many families were supplled with food which they themselves had earned It is said that in one year over thirty thousand dollars worth of vegetables were raised on these lots by unskilled labor work mg at odd hours But the vegetables are not the only gain A feelmg of neighborliness is developed between the gardeners and healthful ex ercise IS provided for grown ups and children In some cases the ex perience gained in these gardens has opened the way to work on a larger scale Bill boards are another nuisance which stand in the way of civic be muty All through the cities wherever there is sp ice these ugly signs may be seen often next to some beautiful building or plrk hven in track sometimes extending continuously for a quarter of a mile or more These cannot help but give to most people a bad impression of the re gion which allows itself to be so disfigured In many places movements have been started to do away with these nuisances Groups of women have pledged themselves not to buy anything ldvertised on bull bo lrds This somewhat limits the buying but is said to be very effective The Woman s Club in Evanston Illinois has co opelated with the city ofhcxals and has done several things of some importance Back tllies have been cleaned up milk and air tests in v1rious places made and the inspectlon of bakery and grocery basements has been setuied In Cuthbert Georgia the women in one year have planted two hundred trees in a public park medical inspection uid sanitary drinking faucets have been secured for the public schools and mtexest unused in 1 sewerage system which is now being built 'I he magannes of to day are doing 1 gre at dc tl to liclp the move 22 T I-I 1 S S E S Q . . . , . 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' ' .' , - 2 ' z ' 1 'z ' - Q l M ment for better Clt13S In one msttnce a large monthly ln 1906 pub hshed photographs of some of the neglected spots xn Memphls Tennes see In 1910 the magavnne gave pxctures of the same places after the cltuens had gone to work to rnd thexr cltv of these evesoles In our own Clty there ns plenty of xoom fox nmprovement We have the vacant lots used as dumpmg grounds b1ll boards are ln evn dence 111 many places and some of our streets are anythlng but beautx ful especxally where all the trees have been cut down Most of the al leys Lre stdly xn need of 1 thorough cle :mug to make them respectable Fort Madlson has great possxlulltles for beauty On the south there lg the gre xtM1ss1ss1pp1 Rlver Wldl ned at thxs pomt mto Lake Cooper and on the north and east the beautnful bluffs rlse Wntll these natural ad vantages there ought to be a general movement for cnvlc progress One thmg whlch has been done recently along thls hne IS the extens1on and mlprovement of Rlver Vlew Pzrk lh1s park takes the place of the coal sheds and ramshackle boat houses whxch usually occupy the rxver front and thxs mnovatlon glves the traveler 1 favorable hrst IITIPTCSSIOII of our clty And now whlle we ire tlylllg to make FortMad1son Flrst ID other respects let us profit bv these examples of other C1tl8S and m tke It first nn be iuty llso 192 VFR V' sz 9, 'l'l-Ili HIGH SCHUOL 'l' ES 23 its-1 rig? 'L' My h U xr, Y A 'ff lt YH l .' X. T"""Tl"'l"l'-"""l An .Eng Qemmc-snr .1 fl Lslucarl on Eslmx Riu- SALUIAIORIAN HIS IS '1 perlod of r1p1d lfldllgfflal development :ll 'CQQXW over the world Never before has compet1t1on been ll , ,, 2 , 2 X, y W p it y, p p , ii I Q' 2 lf- Q' H' " rf -' 4" ii' I Vi , I a , , y 5 , I , .V I A Q , Q 2: 1l L J 4 Q jg :uf g.- , , Q, E.-kg g sp- , ' 7' , ,4 ' so keen, or the cry for ethclent workers so strong. 'EX . . . fl I: 4- rv ,' 5 - 1 I a f , ' la N 6 1 , . 3 , ' 2 , ,ff . . M- 2- . . ' ', ' 2. 2 ., 2 . 42 ' ' . 2: ' , - 3 2 2 , 2 ' ' 2 . '. 2 Z . . . S , I . 4 I I 1 C . I I ' . . ' ' . ' '2 " . 2 2 ' Condxtlons are changing constantly and one ofthe most serlous Cl"lt1ClSIl'1S of our modern schools us that they are not 'tccommod ltmg themselves to these changes The puplls leave school wlthout bemg re1lly educated and the vast fIl3.JOI'lfY of them leave school 'ts soon Wx A as the compulsory educatxon laws wnll pernut They have no motlve for golng to school In Gary lndmna they thmk they have solved th1s problem by the mtroductlon of vocatxonal tralnmg Gary has been so wldely dnscussed durmg the last few ye xrs that xt IS hard to real17e how lecently xt has been bullt About e1gl1t years ago the Umted States Steel Corporatlon began thelr great steel mxlls on the southern end of I ike MlChlg3D When the vtst armles of work men moved 1nto the newly buxlt c1ty Gary was confronted by a dnfticult questlon A school system had to be bullt whnh would accomodate the thousands of forelgn chxldren wl1o had come 1n Clllrlllg the f1rst few months The laborers had very llttle taxable property and the mllls ol the bteel Corporatuon were much undervalued Accordmg to the st ate ltws approprxatlons for school purposes tre made on the basxs of tn enurnerttxon taken 1n the PFCVIOLIS Aprll So some of the leadlng men erected and rented to the c1ty 1 moderately lalge and fanly equlpped bmldxng which to then mmds solved the educatxon tl problem entirely But when the pxesent superxntendent Wtlh un Wnt tppeued he lefllbed to C.0l1SldCI'tl1lS as mythzng but t temporaxy subshtute lox the kmd of school whxch iccordmg to h1s ldeas was needed m such a E H G SCHOOL TIM cosmopolitan city namely tl1e Emerson school which h ms been c1lled the educational center of the United States One of his ideas is that lt IS a great waste to allow the capital in vested in school buildings to be idle for two or three months of each year so the Gary schools run for twelve months of the year and six d xys of the week The pupils and teaches may take their three months vacation at any trme of the year they choose and the attendance on Saturdays is voluntary All subjects are repeated every three months School opens at eight thirty and has been closing about five oclock but the intention is to continue the dav until six for M1 Wirt says that the only way of preventing the child from undoing all the good he has learned at school IS to keep him off the streets and alleys But no child sxts through all the hours at his desk Indeed no child has what the superintendent calls a straight jacket desk They move from room to room as in the high schools grades The children in the lower grades have about three hours of formal textbook study about three and a half hours of special work 'md the rest of the time is spent on the play grounds under the direction of the teachers trained for that purpose As the children grow older their play time is decreased and the time given to regular lessons mcreased regular work another is taking special work and another is on the play ground This plan increases capacity of the building and explains the treedom from crowded conditions in Gary It has other adv mtages too If 1 child has not understood his lesson for the clay he may cut short his time on the playground and repeat the class And if he is more id vanced in one subiect than another he may enter a higher class in that one study lhis develops the individuality of each pupil The children ire phxsit rlly benefited by this plan for their long hours on the play dround .ue wisely directed A child who is not able to take his regular work may take only his special studies or none at all Tl1ere are several reasons for the superior work of this school lf ach teacher is a specialist in the subject she teaches She knows the work md is capable of presenting it in the most interestmg way The vocztnonal teachers are prepared to make their courses practlcal and even the playground teachers are specially trained The building which contains all the grades from the kindergarten through the high school is very well equipped The regular teachers have every device necessary The vocational teachers are well supplied with tools The T H l H ' E S 25 , ' Q 1 . . . 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' ' I If HICH SLI-IOOL TIM chemnstry teachers have all the necessary apparatus The xnstructors nn llterature have a branch of the pubhc lxbrary m the bu1ld1ng The musxc teachers have pnano players and vxctrolas and there are stere opt1can lanterns and motxon pxcture machmes The teachers plan thexr work so that relatnons between thexr subjects may be seen For 1n stance those xn charge of Chemlstry and Domest1c Scnence plan that the g1rls may work wzth fermentlng materxals nn both classes In the pr1 mary classes the chxldren learn geography and readmg from the same game and from keepmg the score they learn addxtzon The prlmary rooms are placed next to the hlgh school rooms and there are long glass doors between It IS the old theory of the younger puplls learn mg from the older ones Mr W1rt reahzes that lf the vocatnonal work ln hxgh school 1S to be practxcal nt must be recogmzed by organxzed labor So at the head of the trade departments he has workmen who are regular members of thexr trade umon When a boy leaves school the tlme spent 1n the school shops IS counted off hxs apprent1cesh1p Phe head of the manual tramlng department makes has work very practncal I stead of g1v1ng the boys pleces of wood of the exact shape and sxze needed for the artxcle they w1sh to make he glves them rough blocks of wood In most manual tralmng classes half the work IS done before the pup1ls begun Thus class makes a great deal of the school furmture There 1sa class nn pamtmg and varn1sh1ng The puntmg office as a very busy place for here all school papers and pamphlets are prmted Many of the boys and some of the gnrls w1ll follow prlntmg as a trade The commercxal classes are m charge of an expert Graduates from th1s department usually get posxtxons at once The Domest1c Sc1ence gnrls serve lunch every day and the gxrls prepar1ng and servmg the lunches are paxd a share of the profits There IS a store IH the bunldmg run by honor puplls wh1ch keeps all kmds of school supphes lhe bank has a set of real officers and check books and deposxt books and It does a good bus1ness nn real monev the money bemg depos1ted xn a cxty bank each day For older people the school IS open from seven to ten each even mg Some come to use the gvmnaslum some the readmg roo1ns and others who have not learned the Enghsh language or who have not had educatlonal advantages early nn l1fe attend the n1gl1t clas es Appxen t1ces often spend an hour or two of the evenxng 1n the shops lhe school IS the soc1al and xntellectual center of the commumty Another thmg wh1ch helps the school IS the lthtude of the bus1 26 T H 1 1 l , E S - ' V - 1 ' ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 . 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M ness men They realwe the nnpoxtance of the school nn tlammg workers and co operate heartlly wlth Mr Wlrt They place at h1s dls posal posltlons 111 the office for commercml graduates and posltxons of less 1mportance for the boys who get tlred of school and RDXIOUS to get out mto the world and earn thelr own lnvmg Although the 1n1t1a1 cost of tlns system 18 greater lts mamtenance IS no l1Cd.V1CI' burden than that ol the regulal svstem Fewer teachers and bunldmgs are requxred Much epa1r1ng may be done by the puplls m the trade cl lsses and much of the school furmture made It IS a plan pr1Ct1Cal lor almost any clty ll1e Gary system has been 1 successful expenment Ihe schools htve made Amerlcan c1t1zens out ol these llttle lorelgners and have re ponded to the call for tramed workers lhey are trammg thelr puplls to eaxn thelr llVlIlgS wlthout entermg the ranks of unskmlled laborers and to l1ve a better and broader hte And IS not tlns the true end of all CdllCdtlOll ' 'si E UIQ WT 'l "'lllll1nnsvrCV,!"'Q.'-A K, fxll 1505 , , Q- lZ' 'I' H li H113 H S LI ll 0 Q l. 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Lrl :annum MARIF BODDI-KPR ROBABLY the most eventful tlme 1n the hfe of each of the members of tlus class was the day upon whxch he or she first entered thls assembly room In spxte of the fact th it xt has not changed lts dunen slons It seems four txmes smaller than It dxd then QV 'gi Our hue too has materlally changed smce that first day of September 1910 The shade of the Emerald Isle would have been pale ln comparlson wlth the breen that marked our youthful appearance Fverythmg seemed to go wrong at first Our feet li were too bxg our hands always Ill the way te zchers names and faces were confused and we entered the wrong class room all much to the amusement of the upper classmen But xn tlme we began to get our bearmgs and only now and then dxd some unoifendmg Freshue call forth merrxment from the older mem bers No lOltCI'l1'1g m the halls or strolhng as down lovers lane was seen those days A dlrect headmg was made for the assembly for per haps Mr Mathews our Prxnczpal mlght accidentally say a word to us makmg a dewdrop trmckle down the cheek of some httle lad or Iass1e Some of the teachers who helped us on our way were Mxss Byram as Latln mstructor whose motto was Venr V1d1 VICI M155 Cooke so dearly loved by all Hlstory Mlss Cummmgs Enghsh and MISS Knoepfler Deutsche Lehrerm We sang ou1 do re mn wlth M158 Welch as she waved her baton above us Mr Repass gmded the blow of the hammer and the cut of the saw for xt was that year that Manual Frammg was mtrocluced and many of the boys enthusxashclly took up the work MISS Garrett taught us the langulge of x plus y 'md also how to use the awful compass Mxss Okell was Engllsh teacher md Mr Duck had charge of the Scnence dep lrtment Parly 1n our career we oxgamzed unto a class and chose our 2 l l l r ll: l l l l l r r r fi.. 1- Ml l r , r , H' lu M rl Y H , U ' ,.,, , u r, 1 1, ' ,N ,- , ,,, pf! 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I ' ' ' z 2 .' 1 , ' .S , .,- . - ' sz z . ., , ' lv I ,-,' , .,K ' ' - I-11 . . ,si . v f 1 I ' ' I ' L . . . lf llM class officers and preparahons were made at once for socxal occas1ons However nothmg took place unt1l H tlloween We all assembled at the home of MISS Stewart to mount the wagon wh1ch carr1ed us to the beauhful country home of M1ss Hughes The W1tChCS seemed to find our pathway for lt was dreadfully muddy and we were compelled to walk part way But that d1d not matter a part1cle w1th such sturdy fo k But the p1cn1cs md nuttmg part1es gave way to the advancement ot Kmg W1nter One hne l1lOOl'll1gllf evemng lll Jtnuary 1 bob party was g1ven When ou1 desne tox lldlng had been SltlSf:l8d we went to the home of Arthur Lansmg where we spent the rest of the t11ne 1n smgmg games and m xkmg c mdy Once agaln the outdoors 1nVlted us and toward the end of the ve tr we were dehghtfully entertamed by the Senxors of 1913 at a plcnlc on Black Hawk He1ghts Kodak pxctures were taken and when tw1l1ght deepened we grouped together and sang our old h1gh school songs The echoes rang from h1ll to h1ll dymg away 1n the d1stance On class day we collected a number of musxcal 1nstru111ents such as tm pans cow bells and drums then paraded the streets of the c1ty wxth banners afloat At last we took an auto r1de to fmally fimsh the sport No harm was done IH the deal as had been 1n former years and our class rece1ved spec1al pra1se last June for our good clean clqss sp111t the best shown here 111 years I'he graduates were royally treated to 1 banquet by the Jumors M1 June the second lo on lookers lm sure 1t n1ust have seemed l1ke .1 funct1on on Kmgs Hmghway Th1s put mn end to all study and vaca tnon was mgh The old bell 111 tl1e tower called us 1nto tl1e blllldlllb once 111ore 111 the fall of 1913 It seemed as 1f we never were so happy before We occup1ed the Sennor seats and walked about w1th 'ill the d1gn1ty th at one should possess I-'ach year there ue some change 111 o11r fmcultv Agam the Sc1ence teacher was gone Mr Bell stepped 1n 'md Mr Mcblure took the place of Mr Rep rss fhe lngh school hnd been tonstantly nnpzovmg and 1 busmess course had been added lll charge of M1ss Dougl rss ll1e pup1ls Ill my now be seen playmg tunes on the typewr1ters M155 Ter11ll carr1ed on the work started by MISS T1ede 30 THQ HIGH SCHOOL M ES l. 1 .M - .' C A ' ' . vt L. ..d I' IM In the early autumn a number of young people of the class Jour neyed over to Ill1no1s for an evemngss emoyment wlth one of thelr members It was a mght when the goblms were busy md they dmd not return home untll the moon was smkmg, low A masquerade was held IH the upper hill of the bmldmg dulmg the spooky season of the ye tr The place was decortted w1th LOIII shocks and black and orange paper and everythxng corresponded to the tnnc A umque fortune teller s booth w IS arranged xn one cornez Durmg Chrlstmas vacatlon the Alumm held thexr mnual banquet and we as Senxors of course attended One of our boys responded to the welcome address I-hs response was deemed worthy of pralse Glee Club work had often been started but had never been vers successful untll under the dlrectmon of Mlss Morr1son A mus1ca1cantata Ruth was gxven at the brand Opera House ln the month of March and proved that we possess special talent 1n the llll1i1Cd.l hne The leadmg solos were taken by several members of our class A debatnng te un was org uuzed ax d as usu ml we were represented nn thxs The opponents were often shown ouz or ttorxcal ablhty and made to feel thexr mslgmficance Each of the llterary socletles has a Senxor for xts presldent Does not thxs speak well for our executlve power and show the esteem ln whxch we are held' I am sure that everyone 19 sorrv to see us leave ln fact we know ben ause Mr Thornton and our Superlntendent Mr Schall who has been w1th us the four years wlll stay no longer smce we re gomg Four of the earths revolut1ons about the sun have been made SIHCQ our fxrst hugh school day and half joyful and half sad we are now about to Sdll forth on the deep blue ocean of lxfe Some may anchor others toss on the waves but we all hope to go steadily onward Underclassmen get w1sdom from the experzence of your elders md learn the secret of success TH1H1GHscHooL'1' 31 if ifgzg .oi if X 'L-L.. ,- 'L- 11- I N.. 1' 'xlx I N NN I QWARD C MIXRLIARLI IE S I0 S L, 0118 ll ,.. 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'Of L4 15 .- J' .-1 H s avo rd11po s l should b bb e lare 1ce C h JD Her lessons C 631' t LL er Domest c Sc e Y K Tutt -fruit 1s Kathry 1 ebb St co 1rt repo ter ,.. .- I-4 .zz O J7 tc'1 11 the track ecord o 1 1ake a T T T T T I' T ut h s feet OP id lgapacet F P-' ed Magazine C ed tor of some ter OYCS To become .1 f 1e1to1 O 0 H11 'IILFOUS To COITIB ,.. .. C Say g1r azel H ngton I 1 gs -l .1 N1. . L' NFL- A ff-IN f --" ' 0 5 ' Lens' S Q- -tale C also Q.: -sie-J. 1C NAMH '- ' 451411111151'r111BeLA'1'1oN AIR cAs'r1,11 .1rnes. Vilura Goodness Ca11't have her ow11 way.. 0 b 11 ' l 1, . edell. Edna Jin s! Ca ching l1e ii 0 b 1 .S .. .. ilderhach, Marie Why, Cl1i dren! Lack of time 11 f 11 . ' l - 1, '-'1' 1 l1,l1! . i ' ' ,, my 11, 1" ' h,l ' ' ,ii 1 l 1 .1 . , 1, 'aro hers, Archie lsn' i tl1e ru 11? 'l' ie girls ' ll . . . . , 'rosie1', Edna M ' 1 11 . . . ancy, Marne ,. , Why, for ever inure! Behaving , o be l1e Hrst woman president o tl1e U. S. 'n1bick, R11 l1 You An, el! O era ing two s rings 21 once ' 1 11, s.. ., . Gross, Ches er Oh, l1e darling! Staying a school on warm days o b 1 . : - -1 i . . ,. a1111pso11, Phyllis Yo11 bean! Fear ol ca ching l1e small pox o e a second Ella Ewing . .. .1nchet , Fred Yo11 poor silnp! Ge ting adds for The Times ' o 1 'l 1 - l 'l ' tri i . arper. Naomi Oh, gracious! Hasn't o11r more subjec s ' o b "l 1 1 . .... . :, illi' 11 I , .1 ! is kinky hair o be 21 band leader .,. otlnieister, Robison By-gar! Get ing to School on i111e, or o herwise 'o b' " i 1' l t- :ll ' 1 . 1 l' , 3 'll My p 1' h rv! tii . i '11 i l ' .Ji 11 ' li . .. 1 . l, .r' , ! inj i11 Vti i 1 ' 11 ' ' t A .. uckins, Charles You poor fish! o keep rack ol 11 cer ain Senior girl To become 11 amous ar ist . uet . R y h, pittle! eepin his hair cu ,. To . f ,. . ughes, Helen Good-night! . h ught o l1e Valedictorian speech To o something wor h wl1ile in .. 1111i ' -:! ' 11 F '. ' ' 11 0 1. - in - ii l ' '111 i J , 211 S' 1 J! 1 e l i11 if 11 1' o b tl1 1 l " ir l1 " Ly 111, 'i y! 1e girls . o e an Eng isl1 Grannnar eacher, ill , 1 l 5 l ! i1 ' l 1 11 l . 1 ' . . 11111, 11- 1 i! H 1' 11 .,-11 - -1' -f ic 1, . ,.. Oh cracky! The way she tips he sea es 0 . . ii ' , fchaper, Pau A Bonehea ! ' rying to cover a block in o11e step o o o For Madison . . Smit , 1 . 5 i l ! , i. i is , A o ive in New Orleans . Snea h, Lurline D 111 !, .. . , o e L1 German teacl1er , . ' - i1., 1 i ' i . eeping her 11air curled o appl 11 . i ' i'n '- 'tidley, Myrtle , gee! . hat she is11't a toot a l o be a 1 1' . . ucker, Edward Gos il .. . , .. i1 ii, 1 i. -' ' o n 1' 1 .1 . el i , ' , ' li 41- Not enough 0 do.. ., 1 .... ' o be i 11 wt ' ' X e lin, to11, Leo ,.,, Good-nigh ! ' 1 1 . t 11 1 i 1 . ' ' . The Lass Will or me Gloss f ,Lol I Lf-o Xxfl-IIINLION STAFF OF IOWA Lee Lounty We the lllC1ll1'J6.lS ol the Llass of 1914 cf the Fort M1d1son H1111 School nn oldex to lexve 1 more perfect Hlgh School est tbhsh Justxce msure student tl mnquxhty provlde for the common needs promote the educdtxon 11 welfue and secure the blessmgs of gwmg to ourselves and our posterlty do ord11n and est mbhsh tl11s our 11st w 11 md test1ment for the Semor Ll :ss To Superlntendent Sch1ll we gxve our he1rtfe1t th1nks for 111 he h as done tor us lI'1 the tour ye trs we have been Ill the Hxgh School H tvlng used the se1ts In the last two rows for one ye u we now QIVC the use of them fox a year to the present Jumol Lltss m lCldlt1OH to 111 of the xmpmtmt pl1ces on the Tlmes St1Ff We tlso desne to le we 111 of our P1lYS1CS note hooks to the Jun us wxth the hope th tt they wmll get IS Qood gllk18S 111 Physncs ts we L. lt We Qxve to the llhox ltory 1 Blhcock mnlk tester and funds lol coverxnv the bxetkt e OLCllll1Ild on our tccount o the School Board pl ms fol 1 new Hlgll School blllldlllg lo the school ln general the exchanges and mag limes left 111 oul desk mt the end ofthe ye lr For the students use ten 1111111011 p lper drnnkmg cup To Mr Ihon nton 1 pOSltlOll on one ofthe l6lL'1lI'1g newspapers nn Fort M1d1son lt the Boys hlee Llulw some gOOl1Sl11f els to tlke our plue 'Io Mlss By11xn :dozen Vxrful students lo Muss 1'er11l1 enouoh photogx tphs Lf herself to suptly tl e whole school so th lt he wnll not have to pose before lClI11C!'l evely d xy ,I 1 , - 4 j 5 1 -',a A .I ' . 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O IM P1ul ns lem Uld lanky And slow as slow can be rox hun school has no 1tt1 ictnons As l1r IS we 1 1n see A tl1t t sh 1rp my key you strnke M1rg1ret can play xt just the w 1V you llke Whxstle xt hum It or sung the melody She can play xt off so It sounds quxte heavenly Fred IS .1lw 1ys on the hump He s qlllte 1 busmess man If e ev you Iul to get in d Send Fred I 'un sure he 1 In Ifdn 1 Bedell a strnkmg young llldld She shows m herself 1 declded art And 1ets III 1 most charmmg way Auhne who h lS IIIIIOSI desertel out Ll nss Dlshkes to leave I fear But then there IS no need of thus Why he can be a Post brad next ye Is thene anyone as busy As Hazel Wellmgton' It seems she works from morn tlll n ght And yet IS never done Iwlw ard IS 1 mee young Chap And qulte 1 foot bxll stu Ihe way he handles both men lllxl w Is known both near and fu I love to he 1r the gentle run Be lt on 1 Ioof of tm It m1kes me thlnk of Lxertrutla Pl 1y1ng on her vlohn Lecll Iyen 18 very reserved And LS 111111 IS we have tlmetl Hls very worthy fmendshnp Al1s' we have been demed 'I' II IQ II I tl H S C ll 0 I. 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Q ,. . . . . 1 , . 1 '. 1 " ' ' , ' 1 - 1 S 1 'g M ' ' S 1 lull, . 1 '. 1 2' 1 1 ' ' , - 1 1, M You have heard the saylng of old Sllence and modesty are the best orn lments of women Illllllle IS one foltunate lllald Io WI10lll these glfts were dlven Roy IS stocked wlth knowledge From papers and from books Perhaps you have SUFIIIISCLI thls Merely from hls looks Ruth IS 1 very ch lfllllllg glll WI1OS8I183ltl9 ever III l whlll She possesses wonderful blalns Whlch accounts for the grades slle ltt uns Wllll 1111 IS blessed Wlth talent He s not only popular wlth Senlor glrls But has captured 1 few Alurnnl Myrtle ll IS won the honor As tallest glrl lll the class Although she doesnt talk mucll She ll 19 a grln whlch I9 unsurpassed Albert Phllllps you can plalnly see Wlll never be satlsfled Ulltll he has bullt that bungalow And has Addle by hls slde lls hard to wrlte a stan7a lllat would flt 1 glrl llke Grlce Pol she has so llldlly good features Wltll whlch we can t all keep pace N loml ls qulet and peaceful She recltes day ln and day out Hel IIISWCTQ are always forceful So you can bet that slle wlll wln out As fOl nlvself I have trled lny best 'I o compose a sultable rhyme But lt seems I have used all of Webster s words And to coln nlore I havent the tlme THE HIGH SCHOOL Tl ES X9 V1 . 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He is quite a butterfly: Lletss .raw f aaeey MAICII Drama All ' Hold thy pe ue Prophet' ff , Phe unknown spe aker 'appeared suddenly before qt' sq those assembled to hecar the class prophecy and w1th authorrty she comm anded Drsclose not now the fu tures of the 1914 ers of the Fort Madmson Hlgll School I who speak 'am the Mother Nature of North Amelrca' I am 1n earnest' For decades I h ave been provoked 'and grxeved at Man s rncre asm f rndependence of me and 'at has dxsregard for my laws all of whrch has been proportmon al to hrs gr ow mg wasdom so called' Ihe graduatron of thas cl'ass caps the chmaax am goang to drscrphne you' All' of you' Shortly and qurckly I wall ch ange thas Fort M adason terrrtoxy to nts natural cond1t1on of 1. century or two ago Senrors ce ase the com motron' Remfun here or hasten home as you please' Prophet come wrth n1e to a commandang vaew pomt on Black Hawk I-Ierghts' Here we are' Don t tremble but w atch' W1tl1 perfect assur ance Mother Nature looks out over the land scape and commands the grgantac forces whrch have been subrect to her for ages Ihere as an mstants mrghty srlence Ihe earth trembles So does the Prophet I'hen there rs an uproar of norses bag norses small noases thousands of norses' There are blastmg howhng whlrl WIl"ldiICI'lLl1l'lg Fort Madrson fhere are crashes shouts lxghtnmg, flashes and thunder echoes' It as almost dark Ihe Prophet chngmg rn terror to Mother Nature and nearly olmded by wand blown dust shrleks out 111 angursh Dont oh don t' YOl11l6 destroyrng Fort IVI ad lson' You are kllllllg people' Stop' No cause for sorrow 'assures Mother Nature It rs for a short tlme only Iook agarn hven now Fort Madrsol has drsappeared See' The halls valleys 'and trees of the past hafe crowded out the burldrngs and paved streets of the present Notxce the wrlderness quxet J. .F h -I , .r- r--I 1' ' fi, J' ' , I 4 I4 ' 4 , N Y Y 'H 3 1- Y .M I Y I , Y , W " I Q 71 . 4 . . bvaggvy , 4 c 4 4 4 '. 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' 4 .S I Z4 .2 Z' . - 1 2 4 24 Z' SLHO TIM and the forest fm llllk.C lelt to vxew by the xetrettmg havoc Hear the strange sounds Once more Like Cooper IS the Father of Waters of old and those :re not lzunches ndmg the surface but Indlan canoes WlIlkl1Dg tr uls woxn and deep le td to the 11ve1 Now I sh tll tstomsh you wlth an unknown truth' Tlns terrztox x whexe Fort M8dl5Ol1 w ms rests mbove an in 1ent underground like hed cnrcular ln form half a xmle across and untxl now largely dry The low roar whmch you hear IQ the M1ss1ss1pp1 fillmg the lake through a new made openmg 'lhe lake must be full for the 1oar1s Cl1I1llI11SlllI1g See the land at the foot of these Helghts and all around the edge of the un derground lake ns cavxng m' Now the Fort Madlson terrltory lb a -freat cxrcular lsland almost afloat afloat mn shmv shppery mud wlnch IQ also shallow 'md tl11n The lililld moves' shouts the Plophet Yes the M1SSlSSlpl5l 1s strlkxng the protrudlng pOllltS of the xsland and IS tllflllllg It slowly l1ke a mammoth upset w tter wheel Oh Mother Nature It s a wonderful natulal merry go round hall people' My frlends' My classmates' Where ire they' Weep not Plophet Fverythmg w1ll be restored Nothmd of Fort Mlt1l90I1 IGIIIAIHS now but your classmates Although attxred 1I'l ClVlllZCd gr tdua tlon clothes they are scattered round the edge of tlns wllderness xsland where they were stopped IH the1r terror Hnghts by the suxroundmg waters As the lsland turns past you w1ll d1scover them You w1ll prophecy thexr futures by the way they are adaptmg themselves to thelr new surroundmgs Ishall wa1t wlthm hearmg dlstance If you need me clll Oh' CTICS the Prophet there s somethmo Ill that tall txee at the top of that hxll' Why xt s Paul Schaper robbmg 1 turkey buz7ard s nest and the old thmgs are fightmg hun' Paul' He s got hold of then legs and they re flymg away w1th h1m Down they go slowly slowly There' They h mve landed safely Paul oh Paul' You re gomg to be an av1ator' Well the 1sland has moved htm away What next? Say Marne' Marle Bxlderbach 19 that you makmg wxllow wlustles down there by that frog pond7 Makmg a p1pe organ dld you sayt Fme musxc' And the frog chorus 19 great' You re destmed to become a great organzst lll a famous cathedral' Good bye Mane Here comes a hlgh clnff and and Ind1ans camped behmd' Mercy' .1 wlnte lady m tkmg up wlth those outlandxsh httle papooses and those T H IQ H I G H ' O L E S 41 L . -. .3 .1 . ' ' , l - 1 l ' . 2 ' ' ' 2 ' ' z . 1 " '. YC , , , ' ' I 1 . . 1 , , k' - rv - " 1 1 ' .' , z ' 2 C' -S 5 . L L . s C 1 - .T K . ., ' .N 6 ' I, ,, C Q fl' 5 I . H 1 1 ' ' A ' ' . c I at mile across and surrounded by water! But the homes! The ' . . lv" '- , ' . . ' . , A ' Q ', . 1 ' l ' ' A I I I 2 ' - b '. ' c V '- ' . . I. 4 ' . in 6 I I I e . , 11 .. ,, . ,, ,K . , - V V . v , . . . , g ' ' Y 7 ' I 7 , . . . , ,, r . . . , . . H . . i . . N , , .. . b IN sullen old sqaws It s Gertrude Boddeker' Bew ue those husky braves bert Wont hurt you? All frlends ot yours! Ihen It s soclal settle ment work for you md you wxll make Ill my people h1pp1e1 becuxse you are ahve I beheve the lsland IS turnlng faster now Wh mt s that tall ob ject lnovlng upwald 'unong the tleesf Iknow Its Cec1lLyen st1ll growlng He s too long for any use when he stands uprxght md too short for any use when he s doubled The pretty httle short lady speaklng to Cecxl IS Phylhs H tmpson fhey are pl mmng the org mwa t1on of 1 co partnerslnp play entntled The Long 'md the Short of It Oh Lyens I-Iampson success wall be yours forafew seasons After that the lady w1ll become a l'IlOV1l'1g plcture actress of note 'ind the gentleman 1 clrcus tall man and later a phllanthropmst Such beautnful trees and sweet bxrdsongs Hark' Who L ills my name? Fanny HIHCS 'md she s crylng and lost 'md lonesome but I cant descend the bluff and cross over to her Fanny deal thru the wllderness of hfe you w1ll need a stilwart partner to gu1de and cheer you 'md you shall have one The future pronnses no smgle blessedness for you Ouch' Who upon that lsl md dares to stuke the P1 ophet wxth Muller There June I see you on that level table land teachmg an Indlan lad to be vour golf caddxe Smce golf bills and clubs are the only thmgs you rescued from our late clvlhzatlon and slnce you ire tldllllflg even now you cannot help but become 1 ch unpuon golfel lnd youll go to Engl 1nd too W1 w uns ClIllpflICS w ll whoops Indl ms Vvhnstl SI arrow from warrlors at target practtce lxghts H611 me I-Iozrors the tirget xs Kathryn Stebbins who lSl8'lI1lI'10' agamst a lxrfe tree fr1ght ened and speechless But they re not shootmg at her they re 1ust see mg how close they can drlve thexr arlows W1thOIlI hurtmg her Lupld s mrrows southward bound' Kathryn you w1ll go South md meet your ftte perhaps a southern country gentleman W1fCllll1gtll8 Indian target pr ICIICC IS one who would llke to be Dr Albert Phllhps Albelt you h we been un able to cure the spruned ankles the brulses 'ml the scratches sustalnet nn thls uncultxvated regxon 'md thexefore you w1ll not be a doctol However you have succeeded ln selectmg pure and satnsfymg food from the n ltlV2 supply 42 THQ HIGH SCHQDI. 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' Q ' FIM oIInd1an turnrps acorns pond lilies and chrckweed Your quahhca tions for a pure food inspector :re great In coming years you will vigorously prosecute vrol :tors of the pure food st rtutes md write tech nrcrl rrticles on the subject What s coming For w trd over the tr ul which was once a city street comes a huge putting creature driven by a partially c1vrl17ed In dim Chreft un who says Ho' Ho' Clear up tr ul Make um he rp good highway' Its Chester Gross Though hot and exhausted he continues to stamp the trail solid 1nd to bat aside interfering hrnbs vines and weeds Its hard work but Chester likes it Chester you will become street cornnnssioner of 1 city as large as Fort Madison lhe island turns faster' Well well' Here comes Grace Bray ton heading a squaw suffragette parade with torn tom drum and mrlr ttnt How you must have changed Gr rce And Esther Rice rs assist in you because she is a veritable man hater Will it always be thus' N Grace you will study agriculture and own and rnanagea large farm Your sister will 'rssrst you there to prevent the employment of that rnuch dreaded creature man Esther poor soul will become so thin durrnv her public career that she will be alarmed and will retire public will not see so much of her xt will hear more for the best rnaga zines will clamor to publish her stories Wlrats makrno that Yow yow norse7 Who said Sc rt' sc lt' kitty! Archie Carothers climb down from th tt tree and le we that wild ctt alone' Strokrng his back the wrong way to see the sparks flu Still wrnt to be an electrical engineer and I believe voull succeed Orange Iudv if you don t stop sketching such good lrkenesses ol Archie 1nd his mad wild cat vou ll become 1 gre lt cartoonist Charles Hut kms what are you making Oh Isee Designing and erecting 1 house for the three of you and your pet c rt You re 1 budding architect The world will hear from you Edward Tucker where did you come from Whv ue you going up the wild cat tree mth that rope noose'9 Going to pull the critters teeth out' Edward you h1ve all the reqursrtes ol 1 first class dental surgeon and that s wh1t you re going to be' Whence those sounds of Irgunrent' A llw suit on the merry go round Island So Russell Hopley rs suerng Fred Hanchett and Clarence Smith for 'auto racing in the Hopley forest Stand by your rights Mr I-Iopley conserve the trees md some day youll be a U S Forester I eo Welhngton counsel for the defense you ue studying THE HIGH SCHOOL ' ES 43 I 4 - v ., ' I 1 . c 4 . 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' . i IM ld o w11t e c1se Lt youi 1 uments ue. wetlt You w1l stil we studying law ten years from now and will eventually succeed Here come the defendants now And they are racing e1ch 111 his 1uto 111 provised by I1ltChlDg together four huge turtles I'I1e cars are steered by twisting the tails ofthe largest tultles to the right oi left 111d fuel consists of flies and gnats Hopley has won the suit With tl1e help of future CIVII Engineer Roy Huett Chief Racer Hanchett and Mechanical Fngineer Sn11tl1 are building 1 graded automobile road 'lhe 1sland still turns Evening approaches Theme is 1 sign on '1 I1rge bark roofed buildind wh1cl1 reads Ind: tn Lodge School Hazel Wellington Pr1nc1pal Fox the benefit of the natives and the edifica tion of tl1e nnrooned 1914 ers '1 recital IS being given Beaut1fully above all other sounds rises the sweet charm1ng voice of hdna Crosier gieat opera. singer to be I'he little Indians gaze and listen IH wonder as 1ll tl1e world will g1Le and listen in d tys to co111e LIIFIIUC Sneath strument here but is rmging haimony from 1 corn stalk fiddle She is playing the classical Indian music composed by Margaret Howard who used to delight us by sitting at the piano and improvising Indian love and war songs As surely as Beethoven s Sonota improvised in the moonlight became famous your Indian serenades will move tl1e world WIIIITHI Hobbs actmg as chor1ster is teaching Indian youngster-51115 musical compositions 'md drilling them 1n etiquette Yes B111 you are a d1sc1phnar1'1n and not many years from now you w1ll be managing a n11l1tary school for boys under fourteen How str 1nge this put of the 1sl1nd looks' It appeayq 15 If l Illllltltllfle of people are standing about in groups on tlldt clearing Why there IS Helen' She is stooping down ovei the ground 1nd thezc are about fifty httle braves crowded about her also very much 1nte1 ested in the ground There a few of them have moved in front of I1er and I can see that she IS holding a short st1ck and is making characters in the sand Why they are figures Now she has given her stick to one of the httle red n1en and is showmd him how to mutate her own figures Helen IS even applying he1 beloved mathematics here on thlS Indian isle Some day one of our large universities will be clummg you Helen as an efficient men1ber of its faculty Just a httle distance away there IS another group sitting 1round 1 tiee and standing in the middle IS Vilura In hex hand she is hold ing sever 11 small eggs 111 different At he1 side IS l1e1 1ss1stant sw 1rthy Ind: 111 who is instructing httle young Americans how to 44 'I' H li HIGH S C ll 0 O L 'I' E S ha' t '1 I1 :J , bl ' :rg ' 3 1 " 1 '. 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' ,' -5 Q V ll L L lM ftshron bird houses from twigs and grrsses Vilura your interest in the welfare of birds rs le tding von to lll tke 1 serious study of ornrtho Ogv ok' next is I t ut cns rc first to he se here llre rnstructress here ls se tted on 1 tree stump lIldl5tlllCddl1l' 1 pine needle with dn almost invisible strip of soft birch bark Now she is explunmg to the erger rspirrnts the use ofa buttonlrole and rs following up her expl matron with in exhibition of of her h md work on the rough Arrment of one of her pupils Yes Myrtle you shall sit all Cl ty md sew 1 fine se rm Well Ill declare I didnt see Edna on the other side of you Why Fdnl Bedell is th tt your own opera co it that you .ire giving Myrtle to cut up? It rs for the most intelligent of the fur rn1rdens' Well Ill be Oh you want to try your hand with the fin rl effect Well you 1re destined to become 1 costume designer Puls will hear from you look wh mt :de ll little tepee stands oxer there bv th lt frove instructions ts to how to care for 1 home how to nr lke 1 bed correttly md to arranoe the home 'l he person rnstructinff these little seekers of knowledge is Nromr You will be L m1tron in 1 girls home md you will tc ich L gre tter nunrber in the S'll1'lC way you are now doing with these five lhe island has been turning for 1 long t11ne now and the rest of my cl lssm ites h1ve not 1ppear ed Here comes astream and oh there is l.1llSllC bridge xcross it l1lllSlS the most beautiful part of the rsl url There lre lovely vines 1nd trees everywhere rn profusion Th tt looks like 1 summer house but it is only 1 nltur ll rrbor Well I wish you d look who s calmly sitting inside' Ruth' ind seven stalw1rt wouni lndrin lads who ue wooing her with so much fervor that thev 1re red in the ftce Ruth is ftnnind herself with little concern hesrtatrnd whether to Choose one or to encour lge them all Thus it will be with you for all time Ruthie Cnly you will .accept one after the other and tire of them tll until It last vou will find 0r1ss widowhood to your liking Why wh tt h is lr rppened The rslrnd doesnt move my more uid it is rocking like 1 bo rt' Mother Nrture oh where ire you Mother Nxturet cries the Prophet in gre1t rl rrm Mother N1ture is 'almost rrnmedutely 'tt the Prophet s side Do not be terrified oh Prophet H rs my experiment been 'I' H li ll l G H S ' H 3 O L 'l' li S 45 , ' - ps' 'nf I ' I- I : 5. .' 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SLPO Mb successfulf Hlve you been able to lr ure out for whrt rll ol your elrss rn rtes 1re destrned' Yes oh Mother Nlture you lr we tultrlled Lll the expeel ltrons ol 1 prophet but how lb rt oh Motlrer ol All th xt one h rs been nrrssrngj Dui I fdrl to see Rob or w as he left out lor 1 purposeJ He w rs x loyrl supporter of the Mlroorr and Whrte Wh lt 'lm I to prophecy for hun' Do not h lsten my plans Prophet I have grven thrs one rn structrons to be re rdy wrth hrs rnedrcrne e lse to rdnrrnrster to e meh ol the classmates lS they lerve the rsl md lhey wrll srmtun nr my 1 wound ind brurse rs x result of such 1 sudden ch mge Do you know wh rt th rt rrre urs Indeed yes Hrs hopes md unbrtron to become gre tt rn the rnedrcrne world wrll be fultrlled md he wrll brrnv glory to the M rroon md Whrte thru hrs pr utree Are you re rdy then to return to your home oh Prophet Mother Nrture rem uns on Blick Hrwk md by the tnne the Prophet descends the hrll Fort M mdrson 'lg un 18 lyrnff rn rts pe lceful valley jyeyvell, ollgmr. .vcnoolf Hfxfrr WM 1 melon l I ASI' eomes the tune to us Senrors --I--I When s idly yet gl idly must we Jrd 1 list flrewell to our Hrgh School And Alurnrrr it llst eorne to be We re Qld when we thrnk of deprrtrng From cl lssrnates and comr ldes so de rr l rorn the pl ice of youth s Jovs md sorrows l'ronr our Alm 1 Miter thrs ve rr But gl ld too ire we to be forn f I rke conquerors out rrrto the world ls strrve for rrfht truth love md rusr Wrtlr the b rnner of eour age unfurled So now fue thee well dem old Hldll School A l1st xood bye rs rt seems We must xrve to you now de nest behool lhe pl we of those sweet future dre uns 46 'I' H If H I G H 2' ' r O I. 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IH 'IIM Several d nys later I stepped from r Jeweler s store wrth my new ly rcqurred property ttt lched to my clr un d rnvlrnv wrth every step rrr vrew of 111 the world No mother ever felt prouder of her Grst born thrn I of rrry m rgnrfrcent gem sp rrklrn rn the sunshrne as rf to outdo Old Sols radrance lhe passers by looked and I looked and oh' what Joy' what exhrlrratron' Blrthely as a meadow lark I whrstled and walked more slowly to show rt Presently 1 Chrnese lrundrym an emerged from a d trk passage a hu fe brskct of clothes upon hrs head nearly upsettrng rrre there upon the street but lo' as he bowed to apologrze hrs eye fell upon my charrrr Such absolute astonrslrment such awe as was expressed upon hrs coun tenance can never be told rn prrnt Down came the basket scatterrng collars shrrts and all rudely upon the wtlk wlrrle he hrmself d irted buk rnto the gloomy passage md drsappeared Sonrethrng told me that a storm was comrng but I h rd no fear for the street was frrrly well lrned wrth people and a polrcerrr tn stood on the opposrte cor ner rdly swrngrng hrs club I hid gone but a very short drstance when all of a sudden I wrs danrp from the darkness of many years Up steps down steps through torrrdors and dark dungeons I was shoved and pusned and flnallv lrke an ab mdoned crrrnrn rl w ts cast rnto a cell whose walls were decorated wrth the rrrost horrrble blood curdlrng frgures that could be rmagrned lhe stones were clarrrmy cold and the arr that came rnto the roorrr w rs absolutely drsdustrnv and nauseatrng How long I lry there I do not know but I was br ou ht to rny senses bv 1 dusky Lelestr 11 who came through the rron gatewty urd prodded me roughly wrth a great ra7or sharp crmeter bearrnd on the blade 1 lrrge dragon engraved and rnlard wrth precrous stones A shudder ran throuffh every bone as I ga7ed at the glrstenrng thrng and thought of the terrrble possrbrlrtres rnvested rn rt Lorne' he sard and led me rnto an adjornrng roorrr where I w rs stupetred by the srght th rt met my eyes There at a table sat a Chrna mm wrth the long Orrental nrustache lookrng from beneath hrs shaggy eyebrows wrth hate glearrrrng from hrs slantrng eyes and a wolfish srrarl curlrng hrs bloodless lrps Srx men each holdrng 1 knrfe exactly lrke the one of my gurde sat on hrs left wlrrle just before lrrrrr reclrned 1 beautr ful grrl who gwed rt me wrth prty shrnrng from her lustrous eyes Lrke rn rrrrmal at bay I took rn each partrcular There was no escape' Suddenly out of an rnner pocket the fellow at the table drew my THI HIGH SCHQOL ' ES 49 ' . f , . . , ' J, ' 1 ' : 1 r 1 . 1 g g - r ' 1 2 " r - 2 A ' ri ' w ' - ' . .. 6 . , c f , , 4 I . . 2 ' . 2 z g ' f ,- K , c . 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K 2 1 5 2 4 Z . . . . 5 D . 1 1 7 4 50 IHI' HICHSL O Nl tll um and d angled nt befoxc my eyes Wh lt anger semed me at that moment IS I beheld the precious stone in the hands of that xrch fiend who gunned at me with glee while he gently sw tycd xt' The primitive instinct Wlthln me boiled and fumed' The blood rushed to my head md I plunged forward for the ruby but seven curved knives gleamed with anticipation md the dragons upon them seemed to smlle as I dropped back exhausted with great beads of sweat standlng on my face Motlonless the others sit staring at me with fierce h itred Mv tormentor slightly leaning forward spoke to me in an even fiow ot English but this fact I did not notice so fascmated was I by the sight of the gem that hung from his fingers hke a bill of l1qu1d f1re Sn he said you have outraged the gods You have wxltully lngered Confucius From emperor to emperor it is to be handed down to show their appointment by h1m There IS but one course to pursue The gods demand Justice and we must obey Prepare then for your doom Having spoken nn his n ahve tongue to the gurl at his feet he con tmued to addless me Phat vase do you see the vase And asl looked I saw the g1rl bring forth from a secret panel a vase of ancient style decorated with green figures and marks There rests your fate 1n two pellets one of pmk and one of whlte Should this woman draw forth the pmk you shall be blinded and your tongue torn from your throat and finally you shall be ast into a pit from whlch no one has yet returned alive Should the white pellet be drawn your fate shall be decided by ballot An unutterable wearmess overcame me and my he td fell upon my hands as I thought of the doom that awaited me But hope was still fiuttermg wlthm my heart as the girl reached into the vase Slowly she ran her hand into the narrow neck and fumbled about for an un bearable length of tlme My eyes burned my head throbbed cold sweat ran down my forehead and my heart pounded is mf it would burst As she drew forth her hand my heart stood still but there be tween her fingers rested a whlte pellet The man as he saw the result of the dr nwmg h alf arose clrcled the terrlble knife above his head '1 moment and then hurled lt at the girl strnkxng her just at ove the heart As she fell my strength returned I leaped to my feet and rushed at the madman but e er I reached hum there was a sickening rush and I felt my self dropplng mto space When consciousness returned I felt myself being drawn slowly down into the clutch of death by a kmd of quicksand Its surface . 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Y . . . . . , IHP HIKHSLHOOI IINI wxs covered w1th 1 musty slnme whxle the wills bespoke many years of dalkness Somethxng Iill pxst mem the unky blackness whxch proved to be a rat Soon I notued that there were several then that the number was fast mcreaslng Clutchlng at the uneven wall I was able after consxderable work to drag myself up out of the quxcksand a few mches enough so thatl could feel about the wall much hngher up As mf by mxracle Ifelt a rusty ch un danglxng from above and then I knew that I had been dropped mto an old abandoned sewer many of wh1ch are found nn that part of the clty The welght that had formerly hung at the end w as gone provlng that the man hole had not been uncovered for years Only after havmg chmbed hand over hand to the top dld I reahze the mmpossubxhty of ralsxng the hd wxth my own welght upon the Cham So feelmg about as far as I could reach I found a place where the wall had crumbled and fallen leavmg an open space of rather large propor tuons After restmg here a mlnute I explored further and found that other uses had been made of the sewer than were mtended for back through xt I found some tools and several small boxes lymg ln my path way As best I could I fumbled about the debrls finally laymg my hands upon what later proved to be a counterfelter s outfit Wxth part of thus I contxnued on and on sometlmes crawhng sometnmes walkmg untxl after 1n extremely long and tedlous Journey I reached the end of the tunnel and found myself breathmg fresh a1r once more Very dlrty I walked 1nto the pollce statlon where I g'uned the servnces of several good men and together we explored the house of terror Not a trace could be found of the men though we looked hugh md low In our searches we found much counterfelt money wluch proved that a desperate band of crxmmals had been broken up For many days the chuef kept careful vugnlance over the place but to no avanl It was some months later whlle readmg the danly news thatl learned the fate of my stolen gem Followmg a brlef lustory of the gem and 1ts dxsappealance many years before from the Chxnese Royal PAITIIIYS possessnon the wrlter gave a short account of 1ts sudden re turn through a Lelestxal who had dlscovered lt 1n New York Cnty That settled once and for all the poss1b1l1ty of my ever regalnmg possesslon of the Lnvmg Ruby as the stone would now be watched wnth lncreased vxgllence Nor could any sum of money buy the sacred gem whnch rested safely nn the hands of the Chmese Emperor I Z . , 4 ,. 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'I 1 Uhr M1311 Svrhnnl 6111195 I IIIIIINIII ml U1 lohc 1 D1 1 Q mln I l'c lnrnznx and N an llx ilu lor! xllllllH ll Hugh S4 huul Inna H Xumn luhuu S Iv LllI7fl1TZ Ping Par Yun S111 IL Lupus nf RL zzlur IssllLs S111 IL Cupzc of Annual 60 Canis I 7 Cenls 25 Ceuta EDI 1 ORIAL STAFF fur Wr IINKI MXhbAllPlAN1ILh 15 IH! z U Rum Pmnsmx 14 AKY Alllr Mxmr BILDI-RBACH 14 RKWISISLWN HOHMHSLIHR 14 .f1,VPRI'1lNPXXPII 15 I-I I1-N Huoms 14 I'IlNA Bron! 4 LHARLIS HULKINS 14 ORANGI JUDY 14 MARGARH Foxx MAN 15 Edxtor 1n Chlef Asqxstant Llterary Locals Ass1stant Socxal Athletxcs Assxstant Alumm Exch mges Artmt Assxstants RAYMOND RQHKAR 16 MANAGING STAFF Fm-D HANCliP1T Buemess Manager Gr RNARD DQHNS Assmtants Jonw ABXBOKN REPOR FERS EVA COULQON 15 JI NNIP M1L1oN 15 BIODSNIN WIILIAMS 16 Rom-R1 CASEY 16 ANNA MLKIITRICK 17 Louis KOCH 17 ADVISORY COMMITTEE H L THORNTGN Miss SP LMA S11 Ml FI Mlss ZH I A BYRAM Q 6 D 5 5 5 1 '.. , : , ,.' ,,, ,.. ', .S AI 3 I h 1. A . 0 . L.. ,.. 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L , . 1. 1 Y 7 Y 1 'O if 'lm S ixmas '1 he illillliflllh yk-garL,rIllrii-19,51 -I A thorough edut ttion not only enables the possessor to obtain better wages th an by h zrd muscular labor but it brings m the best of everything else I'he well educated person obtains more enjoyable woik better food more of the wholesome luxuries and pleasures of life fiction of being worthy of the respect and confidence of his fellow men True many of the shrewdest and wealthiest men have grutl' selfish dispositions which make them disliked by all there are many college bred people enyoying most unwholesome and immoral pastimes But these people are the exception Education in its real sense means the development of man not only intellectually although that IS mdlspensable but also physically and morally in other words nt IS the full training of the head the hand and the heart This means the full and harmonious development of all the powers of the mdlvidual as a preparatlon to live completely so that by his living he has made the world better and happier HA7l'l WPILINGION 'Phe 9.1 DJ .md Cro wins The last two classes graduating from our High School certunly deserve credit in wearmg the caps and gowns and thus defying the growing pr ictice of the elaborate commencement costumes Phe public school should oppose the extravagant tendencies to ward 1 practice which places the griduate from a family in moderate circumstances in a position where to keep pace with the extravagant display the cost is more than can be afforded The rich graduate sutters is much ms the poor in distorting the value of things in pl icing the ., , """ " '-' vm '+-1 fl ' ' r l D - .5 i , , A Vffffff -, A 4- -' 'VJ l H - ,hr U31 F' f-all ' Nz... ,.....x.,:...4 'af 1- 2:2 . 1 z f 2 , ' ' ' A 1 1 1 . 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I T F HIGH SCHOOL TIM S emphaszs upon the dress nn whxch the D1ploma xs recexved and glvmg too lnttle concern to tl1e mernts and ldeals whxch go wxth the twardmg In an eastern state the wr1ter v1s1ted some fr1ends ln a clty whose graduates have even gone farther toward slmple graduatxon There each g1r1 IS compelled to m1ke her own dress and can only pay a certam amount for the m xterm 11 Perhaps this ns a Ixttle farther than we would care to go but the classes of 1913 and 1914 certalnly deserve credit 1n tikmg the first step away from extravagance by wear1ng the caps and gowns MARCARII AMICK " ruvjrg, rhgja f-flfj-.gj:,r-gjggl fu., -.3-qjhjgl Qrl We have had the pr1v11ege durmg the last few months of hstenmg to many enjoyable and lI1t6I'CSt1Dg talks by people whom we should feel Among the speakers was Rev F A Gageby former I'lllIllSt9I' of the Presbyterlan Church of thls c1ty Before departmg for Washmgton Iowa he gave us a very lDtCI'CSt1I'1g talk on the subject lhe Aesthehc He showed the value of possessmg a sense of the beautuful the pleasure a love of nature can gxve to everyone Mr C Davls 1nstructor of apprentlces it the Santa Fe shops of tIl1S clty rendered a speech whlch was of speclal mterest to the boys I-Ie explamed the apprentxces work and the value of learnmg and be commg protlcxent 1n a deflnlte trade For those lnterested 1n machxnery md not mtendmg to go to college learnlng to be a machmlst IS a very practual pl1n There are great advantages to be had ln gammg hlgher learmng Ill the college and the unlverslty but fox those who tor any ze lson are un able to go there rs one advantage at le lst nn apprentl e slnp over schoohng In the former good wages are earned durmg the tour years of learnlng the trade whlle ln a college money as contmually p ud out the advantage commg later One speaker whom we all enjoyed exceedmgly was Mr Cleasby Federal Game Inspector of thlq dlstrlct I-Ils top1c was Bxrds and Bnrd Lxfe and 1 most 1nterest1ng hour was spent ln hstemng to h1s descrlp H 2 E 57 . . V ff ' 1 ,, , , f' 2 '2 . ' ' ' ' , f. 2 I 2 rz jf ,. J.. uf... fl 2 -rw .-', fl -J -I ,V , - -r- ,, --J. 3 . L .Ly in - e ---le X 5 s .Las 'f jew complimented to have had with us. . I' 1 - 1 v 1 , . . ,,.. . ,, . . 2 ' ' 2 ' 2 , . I . , Q . f . . . ' If 2 2 , " ' , if , ' ' 'c - .I I I . y . 2' , ' . . . . . . ,, . . . ,,, 1 . . . . . . . h Sk.lO IV tlon ol numerous buds pnetuzed on Chnts l Imn ol then vmlue to the f1rme1 IH deetroylng hxrmtul Insects tbout their ple tsure glvmg songs wlthout whlch our Qplnngtune would Indeed be quxte dull 1nd how oul Clty md om homes ue lllltli mole l,lClSlllt by the PICSCDCC of the bxrds I am sure ne1rly 'Ill ot us h ave m 1de bud housee and have 'it tempted to m lke trlends w1th the httle lemtheled songsters Qlnee M1 Lle 1sby 9lI'1t8I'CStlI'lg 1nd ll lCtlL 11 tnlk to us nbout them Dr L D Ludden 1 vert Cleve: sI,e1l1er from Llncoln Nebrasl-11 gtve ue 1 moQt lI1tCl9SllllL' t1lk Ill whxch together wxth much good 11d VILC about t1k1ng '1dv1nt1 e ot our OPPOI'tllI'lltlC9 were mlxed Ill 1ny mnth provokmg yolees llld llllllSll'l' meudents The Close tttentoln of the entlre Qchool w1s held thlou hout the t1lk lnd xt t1kes only the COIlll'l18l'lt9 of the Qtudents of the Hnxh 51 hool to know th at xt w 19 thor oughly enpoyed Some tune lgO we emoyet 1t1lk by M1ss Pvt ludgtte 1n ev 1n gehst who for lfew weeks held meetings 1t the West Pnd Methodlst Church She took us on 1 trxp thi vu h Europe md we found tI'lVLllll wlth her most mterestmg lhe p1CtLll'CSQl1C scenes of tl1e Rhme the grqndeul of the Alps the nntexestmg 1nd l1lStOI'lC c1t1esoflt1ly were portriyed ln 1 XlVlkl mmner whuch made us 1ll deslre to t1ke 1 zeal trlp tbro 1d wxth Mlss Iudg1te XIIWINI DQD lflfl-U llhexe seems to h we been durmv the ltst term lill let lntereit ID debatnng work th 1n there has been for 1 good many ye us M1 lhoxnton ever smce he h is been Pr1nc1p1l t Fort 1Vl1d1son Hugh School h1s been lttenlptxng to 'lrouse the pupxls l.lOl'lgtllltl1l1L md unke them ipprecl 1te what thus work would me 111 to them During the p 1st ye lr there h ls been regul ll tTllDl1'IQ'II1 deb mn, ln first year Enghsh Ihxs culmmated m 1 debate on the questlon of woman suffrage between Mme Byrflm S 'md Mms Terrll Q dlVl9l0Il9 Muss btempel s chss 1n Enghsh II debated the questmn ofthe rel1t1ve vtlue to the tommunxty of the Plly9lCll.l1 1nd I awver ,, - 1 1 1 , .. 1 . 58 IH lx Hlhl-l 1 , 1. 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I e I 7 - ' ' 1 1 - 4 v ' ', 1 f . , O IV ll1e two CIIVISIOIIQ oi I'Co11o1111cs lllldel MISS Douglds md My ll1o111to11 held 111 111te1est111g deb1te on the lqdllfl queSt1o11 Dllllll' M11 w lS l1el1l tl1e Deb 1te between D1ll1Q .md Polt M1111 son l-l1vl1 behool ou the LllltSllOll ol Q1over11111e11t Ow11e1sl11p of R411 xouts We hope tl11t next veu Deb 1t1110 w1ll bet1ke11 up st1ll 111o1e ex lSlVLly e 111 some 1es 1111 kl e1e11 Q 1ss llllS Cl1sso woxk ou' l1t to be 111 Ill the gl 1des so tl1 1t the pupxls ILLLIVL 801118 ex weruuee of tl11s kmd befoze Llllellllf the Hlgll Qcluol lt llltel H1 11 b1l1ool 1leb1tes ue co11t11111e1l tl11s would p1oxe 1sple111t11t p1el1111111ary tl 11111111 111d 1111l1e poss1ble tl1OI0ll5,l1lX Lqlllppid te 1111s wl11cl1 would l 1111 glo1ytotl1e Lr1111so11 11111 l3l11l1 111 A111111 flzfll'-Qi I' l1ll6lC 1s 11otl1111k w111cl1 so ll1CICl9CS the mterest md lb of so Illllgll v1lue 111 l1lSlOIy SllbICCtq 'N the studx ol c111re11texe11ts FOI tl1e p1st term there has been 1 re 1t de 11 of tl11S WOIk done ll 1l1ffe1e11t br lIlCllCS of Qtudy lllC study table 1s lull of Good lhulx l lPCli 11111 such 1111101111169 IS Llllllllt W1111111111 1 Il He 1111 xex s Ft Besu es llLNL tl1e HlStOIy md CIVICS elmses take lttle 1111t1v 11 l cunent eve11t XYIPCIS I'l1e benehte of t111s work cannot be 11xe1est1111 1ted lt mere mes tl1e mtexest md u11derst111d111g of tl1e HlStOly subletts l6S1Ll9iglVlll0 tl1e pl1pllQ 111 the l1test 1111portant news 111 l1I1CQ ot Q1o1e111111e11t CllSCOX 111es s 1 1ce 1 1111 ltLI'1 1 91 1 C. wl11el1 11111 ell 1 tl11 s ll dents 11e 11ot very eue1 to hunt for tl1emSelveQ But tl11s l1oweve1 helps to develop t1ste 111 tl1e Choosmg of those events vslueh Sllkwulli lp 1e1l 111ost to pupnli md IS 111 111Cent1ve to 111d1v1du1l 1ese'11Cl1 oz l111owle1l e MARC A1111 A1111 11 'l'll li ll lil H SCH Ol. 'lll lliS S9 .' 5 2 , 2 1 , , , I 1 s - I . 5 ' 1 1 1 . l . - z ' I 'z ' 1 ' S ' 1 - - ' - . tel 1 ' i11 tl1 liter: 'If J " t' 3 1 t ttf- ' t 'la "1-S. H " 1 f . ,' .ff ' 1 j-- ,. - . ' , ., ,,' , , A 5 k . , . , 5 - 1 , , .s 5- -1 1 A S 1 ' K 5 , ' .- 'g 'z' ' gl 2 2 ' ' L' I' ' ' ' -1 3 ' 1-' g ' - ' ' 9 1 z M.-11.11111 1 'g G-mfg ggi "Jef :mis ' ' ' ' 1 ' ' ' 1. f ' . : " ' 1. S " 1 g 2 z '. ' i the 'z .' , '. M 5 ' I- Q S 'l .' jf V 1 9 ' 'tsl - ai ' k ' ' . l-'te 'z ry DQ st, C1111 ' ' t li' ltf. ic. 'l 3 l-'f - "1 " 12.1. ' - i -' 'i:111 " -- H U .x 1 I S . 5 . . K , 7 V 4 .5 7- .'C'6I '. Zl'f. 1 t l' 'ntlre-. llject. A' 1 :j1 'ty wt ' it - f 1 ' ' sg ' . .. ' ', S2 -Q . . ... 2 fl ' 112 N . 1 llv lM IF -Q-in-, Dr :rr rgf I N, Ihe lOll0WII1f5Il1Cl1llUCISlllV8 been Lhoeen to the IQIUILS staff for 1914 1915 ILd1tOI 1n Lhlef Mlrgaret AIlllCk Asslstlnt Iidltor Joseph lllOlI1 lS Busmess Manaver James Maloney Asmstant Buwnesi Mm zger John Amborn L1ter1ry Allen Kreyn1er AQs1st1ntL1terary R zymond Weber Locale M lry Atlee Asmst mt Locals Katherme Doerr Soclal Kathryn Sneath Llterary Socxetles Pauhne Drollmger Mumc and Art Mabelle Stowe Athlehcs Everett Newell Alumnl Jenme Mllton Exchange Ellen Dxlqumst Artmts Bernard Gl 1111 and Raymond Rohk ll l'1'12 ,arm gn There has lztely been organuecl ID our I-hgh School a German Llub consxstmg of about thurty members from the V3.I'lOll9 German claeses MISS l'er11ll the Ge1n1 ln mstxuctor IS to be commended for her endeavor 1n fOI'I11ll"lg th1s orgamz mon and renderlng It the Success that t We hope that lt w1ll be contlnued next year Meetmge ire held every two weeks wlth a form 11 program at each followed by songs and dames everythlng sud or sund bemg ln German l'he purpose of the socxety IS to promote a free 1nd eaey speakxng use of the German language as well as to have 1 ple 1S'1ntsoc11l t1me Foo often the Ger man learned 1n the clasa room lb not mutable for exeryday nee It IS to be regretted that 111 the German pL1p1lS are not developmg a pr1ct1c'1l uee of thus lm fuwe by jommn 1nden1oy1ngtl1e benefits of thm new or QlI1l7'ltlOl'1 HAIFI W1 1 um ION I0 'l' H H H I G H S C 'l 0 l. 'I' li S QA... F p-Jql -H-I 41' ., fa ,I v -I '..l .. .l Le' - ala... .. f.. Lil..-J-'..1' - ,g ' ' -' ' , z ' ' : z ' ' , " zh: 1 g , . 1 -' , z ij , 1 ' 2 , I 1 ' 1 1 3 ' 1, 2 : . Sz , ' Q ' . I ' ' ' . 5 I . , : ' ., : ' - ' ' 3 ' ' . ' 1 : . 2 . f z '. 11- J .. J-l.. -I J 5-3 Q L...E.E-E..CJ. -Jn . .G , 4' v I Z -Q l v D i is. ' ' ' - ' '2 1 ' Z 1 ' .5 ' ' 6 ' ' . . 2 2 z.. 'z ' . ' - 1 . ' ' . ' , 2 g fc g: . 1- . - -5. 1" . N 'QIQ uf-2 ff' ' mug fa me K. 41 W ' .- 1 QAFK 1 5- w' Per.. I! , fi Q . 1 1 gs! ' 4,-L. ,W 54- if vs? X-.. . 16 '1Q'4k' Q, . xi: 1 1 W . IIF11 -him-IEEE 1.111 0LLmItl'B'WWuc.1q ll Xvltll few exceptxons the hvc 1 ltcr ny Soc1et1es of tl1e Hugh Sch 1 ul I1 1v1 111Qtreg311l111v LVLIY two weeks 111111115 the ye ll md 1 gener11p1 1 1111 1118 be 1 IVCI1 before the Assembly o11 lllbrll 1t1n weeks 1111 11 18 been 1 1 l1lll31L ex11e11L11c1. OI 111 w11o 11 ue p 11t1c11 1 et TH1' DA11 AS DFBA 1 ES Pu 11 1ps 11101111114 of g1e ltcst 1111po1t111ce Wlll 11 developed fro11 d 1X evemn Miy 15 '1 dull contest w ls held b tween the Hmgh Schools ot D1111s 111111018 md Bolt M 1d1so11 the 11c 1l1vc tc 1111 of e1c11 school 11.111 lllllll it home 1116. ql16Sl1OIl Ll1SCLli'sLd w ls ove111111c11townersh1p ot r11lw1ys For Olll sc11oo1 H ucl We1l111 ton F1 111k Hcuser 1r1d Ben L1o1dm111 upheld the lffll 111 ltlVL md Nl uqlret Amlck Lawrence Ander son md O1 1110e Judy thc, 11egh1t1xc Both tc 1111s were coxched by Prmcl p 11 H L 1'11or11to11 llhc I1Cglt1VC tc 1111 111 e'1c11 cxse won by 1 two to one klCClSlOIl L.1Ol'lSla1LI1I1 the 1111o111t ot CXPLFILIILL our people 11 1vL 11 1d then work 111d LSPCCI 11 111e1 It Such contests should be encour lded so IS to lwecome 1 p Lrt of LVCIY we ll s 111051 1111 '1 HF PHILOMAI HPAN PLAY 01 Ap 11 2 tl e 1118 of tl1e P111lon11the'1n Socxety QlV8 two Very c11,ve1 fnc s lt the Hlfll S 11001 Al1LlllOIlL1ll1 About S30 w1s cle11ed most of Wl1lCl1 w1ll be used to purchise eq111p111e11t for the scnool 115 3? 1 -X Y 7,7 1,7 11:1 3141? ' ' .1 1 jg 7 11 ,f 'tial 11 L l I " h Y, . K 1 I E 1, 1 s I ' . 1,-,, vl ' 1' J-I,-A - I L , ' - 'l ' L ' B ,' i 1 ll ' , " 34 ,,,11, 11- .f :jj 'I ,' "' 1 -'J 1 -, ds. ,, ,Dc ,Lug W xv! f Y, ,V - 1 3 1 1 15 1 A 1 1 - 1 1 s- -' 5 1: -'L 2 1 L -J- , g ': If 'el g' ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' gf 1 M fa 1' '1'111 ' 'f '1 1" 1"",1t'1. - - 1 ' ' g ' 2 ' -1 'c 1 the t1':1i11i11g received 111 the societies was the D11ll11S debates. O11 Fri- 1j - ' ' Q. 1 ' .1 1 1 - e ' . ' , . 1 ' '1 , ' . . A . 1 1.11 ' 1 ,. , - - 1 1 ' ' J , 11 - ' g , '1 1 3 ,z ' 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 'L'z ' 1 - 1 . ., ' Y 1 11. ' 1 1 1' 1 ' - ' '- : . . ' . ' 1 1 ' 1 ' . 2, 2 'N-' . ' 1 -' 1 Z dl ' 1 ' 1 - 1 1 Z 1 1 . " 1 '1 " . ' J . ' 15 1 if ' 1 1 - ' I' '1 ' f '1 . 1 1" . 1 Q' 1 5 ' 1 1 ' K1 ' ' 1 1 ' W fc ' " . 1 ' 1 5 , , ,I i ,.- ,f 3 E i N-I ,,,.1 1 'Vx I l..E.E1r.m.1?ivD Dvbinifing Pemn G N DQ2111'V'D Evbullng '.FD'11..fr1 ll i X' ' l . . '16 V A QQ Hi 2, 'I .Ai dlfffg iff' .-s, ' 1 if ' 1: ,Q , .,.' 3-5 . 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S fi., Mlss I-Ioxtense R lVLIlSCIOlI vxsxtcd school on M xrch 4th w1th Ava W ttkms MISS Lora Wmn of Muscatme Iowa VlS1t6d our school on March 5th wlth her szster Helen Wmn 17 Mxss Esther Lauther Vl9lt6d school wlth Fsthex Rxce 14 o l1llllISd ly Mirch 12 On Monday March2 Mlss Wmmfred Boddeker of Nxota Ill vnsxted school wxth her sxster Gertrude Boddeker 14 Rev C W W Amlck VlSltCd school on Thursday March 12 lune Mxller 14 was ibsent from school Malch 12 on account of sxckness Mlss Edlth Gerhadt of Nlota VISIICCI school Apr1l24 wmth her SISILI Sylvll lrerhardt 15 Fred Hanchett 14 was absent from school Aprxl 23 to May4 on nccount of slckness Cn Fr1d1y Aprnl 10 durxng sprlng VlC'1t1Ol1 the followmg h1gh school boys spent .1 very enjoyible d1y 111 Wever Iowa. Lawrence Andelson Junes Maloney Chas Hyde Gardner Culson and Gerhard Downs Mxss Esther Young of Rock Island Ill vlslted school Apr1l 23 with Eld 1 Plums 15 Mlss Gextrude Gndner vlslted school Frxday Aprll 3 wxth M1r gsuelxte DIVIQ 16 Mtrg1retForen11n formexly a member of the cl1ss of 15 h ts KIISCOIIIIHUCLI her stud1es m our school and moved to Des Mo1nes where she wlll make her future home Mane Dancy '14, spent several days durmg sprmg vacatlon wlth Ruth f'l'Ill'71Ck, '14,1n Burlmgton M1nn1e Perry '15, spent a very enjoyable sprmg vacatmon Vlgltlllg I'ClflllVCi 111 La Plata and Marcehne Mlssourl A K -- PTWK. ,Myrna --.FW ., ,mn . Q ff, A MK' Y H l ' '- f f 1 A- 1 .. bl.. , ,J ' K x ,. -- kr' . ' --c, -, I . 1 all ,JH L .I I, X, I, . , ,4 , 1' 'ff .. -v-. A -v ,J ,f J ' K ' , K , Y- lf,,lx.,f-'- 'PN , I ' Q, fx -V, I Vex l ff- '2 , V x 21, fx., . f I, is I f--f- ,L at. ' - w ' ' -- .Syl f X, f' 3 st- , 'W ,441--r.,,f . Im, ....,l. I , ' . f ' . Z ' .' ' ' . 1 l ' 2 . . . . , . 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S zturday February 29 Cr ug She tffel entert uned elght couples ln honor of h1s cousln Vlncent Saunders and fr1end Otto Van Schrader of Ottumwa Muslc and games were enjoyed untll 1 late hour when re freshments were served Saturday afternoon February 19 the Nu Alpha Slgma Sororlty met at the home of Mlss Louxse Carothers Three new members MISSCS Vera Newell Florence Martm and Ardella D1etr1ck were 1n1t1ated Hlgh School frxends enjoyed a party at the home of Mlss Kathryn Stebbms Fr1d1y evenmg Aprxl 3 MISS Helen Stebbms of Keokuk was the guest of honor March 20 M1ss Lo1e Glah 1 entertamed a number of her glrl frlends at a farewell party for M1ss Margaret Foreman who left thus clty to make her home 1n Des Molnes The followzng people enjoyed a slumber party Ap11l20 at the home of the Mlsses Kathryn and Lurlxne Sneath Gertrude Boddeker Mlrlam Howard Phylhs Hlmpson Marne Dancy Ava Watklns Mabelle Stowe Florence Hopley Irene Thurston Eva Coulson and Margaret Howard The Mlsses Douglas Terr1ll and Skmner chaperoned After 1 dehghtful supper served pxcmc fashlon all went to the plcture show The remammg tlme was spent ID games and muslc After such capers ts sewmg one mother ln bed tymg knots ln thexr clothes 1nd dressmg lS burglars and enterxng to frjghten the chaperons there was httle txme left for sleep Nevertheless the glrls looked qulte fresh md charmmg when they appeared .mt school the next mornmg A number of young people assembled at the home of lidward Tucker Monday evennng Apr1l2, 1n honor of h1s nlneteenth bxrthday .mmversary As xt was Bud Day. 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' 1 z N1I'.ZlIl1' 3.1"1.1'l1 ' 1 ' " Z,f2'1C11' - 1 '1 .':1z 1' . 1 '. . ,' 1 ' 55 'ff'1.f-15.11. 112-f 259' 1111? 5511 . if X pgs. f ff 1 P2 '54 ' 11 111 1 1 'X 1 1 use 934.1 Llzcls -H -1 C. :U .5 J ". .M 1Q"f1Qg'zflztfW1 em -44.4" .-nil-nh lhe Owl from Fresno C1hforn1a 19 1 next and 1ttr1ct1vep'1per The Exchange md L1ter1ry Depxrtments are espec1ally well wr1tten 111415171116 tl1 ln for a Hlgh School p1per If you1 paper were cut down 1 httle 111 sue lt would rink among the top notchers North Hlffll Oracle Des Momes Iowa Your paper could be 1n1 proved 111 sever 11 ways FOI mstance your Exchange Department IS unonf the t' d1tor1als and the lable of Lontents IS lackxng Vocahonal t1lks IS 1 good 1dea and your Jumor stones are good The students m your school ce1t11nly have a hngh standard of punctuallty 99 per cent T l1e Blue md Whlte from Perry Iowa has a neat and appro p111te cover It cont uns qulte a number of poems but tl1e maccuracy Ill prmtlng spolls the looks of vour paper ll1e Hlgll School Lhtper Monmouth Ill1no1s You have very 111 terestmg Ed1tor1als but your L1terary Department IS rather small Why not p1 ofit by the cr1t1c1sn1s made by your Exchanges such as Where IS your l tble of Contentsf Your Letters ofa Japanese Student IS a clever ldea Lrocus M1tcl1ell South Dakota Cuts needed' There IS not one IH your ptper Your L1terary Department IS good especlally tl1e bohloquy of a FIVC Year Old Boy But the story A M1dn1ght M xssatre us almost too sensatxonal Your Exchange Department could be nmproved by COIllI1lBI1flI1g on IDOY8 of your Exchanges The Sa1d and Do11e from Muskegon M1ch1gan always has novel covers and somethmg d1tTerent each tlllle All thru lt IS a tasty and 11t1st1c paper and co11ta1ns some good poems Athlet1cs seem to be a vntll subject 1n your SCIIOOI judgmg from your Llterary Department One ClltlC1Sl'Il we would offer about your Exchanges you have made As Others see us of first 1mportance and placed your few CI'1tlClSII1S lS Booster, B1ggsv1lle Ill1no1s Your lnrls Number IQ good and bette1 111 p1opo1t1o11 than some other papers whuh are not pubhshed , T 7 'TTT -' YQ, f.'fTQyTTn V fffqwifwn'-' T' T ' '- " .xv l - wwf,-f X11-fy 31 1 ff?" ,Nm I L --rx i, ,WJ -f - 1 "1 T IW? 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Bl I1 I . 1 1 . 2.1 2. 1. 2 11 . r K, Z , A .X X hi: .22 x , V . , THF HIGH SCHOOL TIMES 77 and the pr1nt ns too small Wllat Llterary materlal you have IS good The Owl Rockford Ill Your Alumm Number IS qulte mter estmg especxally the letters from the Graduates We would suggest some cuts to put hfe IH your paper THE 'I IMES MIRROR The cover of The TIHICS IS the most un1que affa1r we hawe seen and the l11'lt6I'l'll msxde IS worth readmg Hxgh School Chpper The Tunes IS most mttractxve both 1ns1de and out Llterary IS by fax your strongest po1nt One S1de of Chr1st1nas IS so dry xt IS funny Exch mges ue good Come agam Innes Owl Fresno Cahfornla The T1mes Your SIOTICS are dandy your jokes good and you 'Ire an all around good paper Crocus Mxtchell S Dakota The Tunes Why l'I11X your cartoons up wlth your advert1se ments'9 In our op1n1on the better place for them would be under WISE and Otherw1se Oracle Bangor Mame We do thls Oracle to call 'lttentlon to our advertlsers The Tunes By far the best exchange we hive recenved Its general appearance ns th lrnung all the art1c1es are wr1tten up ln an m tercstmg m mner and :ll deputxnents of the paper are well developed Your busmess manager deserves a pat on the back Maroon and Whlte Austm Hlgll School CIIICI o '-:sex fig-f"ff"' 44 'Bef ie Z NX Quai 1 mm va :'- x?li!1.:.52' T' 5.Z'. fW't"'?' 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The year just closmg has wltnessed 1 falrly successful season for F M H S Consndermg the enrollment lack of gymnasxum and general athletlc faclhtles the record estabhshed by our boys has been very good W1th comparatlvely few men to work wlth Coach Bell succeeded ll'l credltably representmg our school nn football basket ball and track The football se lson w as ushered ID Septem l ber 9 1913 when about fifteen men responded to the call From then on the boys practlced every nxght ram or shme on afield th itwls far too small fox effectxve skxrmlsh The first game was wlth the ill star alumnl te nm The alumnx te un had all the skull and expermence of several years playmg and the game w ms hard fought 'ill the wly through 'Ihey were not equal to the task how ever and had to take the sm 111 end ofa sux to noth mg score Followmg thus game came the Mt Pleasant Wapello San a Fe Apprentxces Larthage Farmmgton Burhngton Carthage Wmpello and Wtshlngton games Out of the ten Pt Madlson won sux wtth scores totahng 196 to 71 BASKET BALT A falrly good swed squad of men turned out for bmsket ball and a wmnmg team was promxsed but after two weeks of pract1ce th1s sport had to be lbandoned The hlgll school s gymnaslum IS not sufficlently large enough to hold a g mme and we could not rent a hall m town Outslde teams refused to schedule for only one game and consequently It was dCC1dCd to let thms sport drop Such cnrcumstances as thxs wxll we nken the best of CDthL1S1clSIIl md make It dmfficult to canv on mv lane of 'lthlCtlC sports TENNIS Pushed by the M club tennls found Its place ln our hlgh school sports Several courts were flxed up 1nd mterestmg games scheduled ,I V Y - i , V S, ill!!! .W l if ll ff 9 'l ' l ', lA- Ar rv V1 , , X ' ' f ff-3,3 T- A1 V - , Av.. 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HIGH SCHOOL TIM Prob tbly the most xnterestmg was the xnterclass meet held May 14 md 15 for Wllltll there were one hundred and fifty entr1es TRACK Due to the Lllltlrlllg efforts of Mr Bell and backed by the M club an excellent track team was developed The fmrst event was a cross country run of two and one tlnrd mules Three prlzes for first second 'md th1rd places were awarded by the M club The first pr17e a large penn mt went to Allen Kleymer a Jumor whose txme was thurteen mm utes seven seconds Smaller pennants we1e awarded to Oscar Schalle Sophomore who took second place and to Slmon Schlueter also a Soph omore Followlng thus event was a meet wlth Dallas Czty Illmoms Lonsxdernng the cond1t1on of thenr tratk whlch was one of thexr streets the te un dld excellent work Dunlap rn :de the dxstance of nmeteen feet md eleven lnches 1n the broad jump wlth comparatlve ease H was not forced to llllllp hlgher than nme feet to wm the pole vault event ind he let It so at th tt savmg lns strength tor other events The standing hlgh md bro td jump are not practlsed IH Iowa and the fact th tt our te tm took first Ill the broad lump and seven In the hlgh Jump tvent that the home boys wele sure of wmnmg and consequently the meet was lost to Dxllas As tms was the first meet experlenced by our boys they cert unly do not need to feel dlscouraged Followmg are the events 1n wluch out boys played F1ttv yard dash won by Dunlap of F M H S ln the fast tlme of 5 md 3 5 seconds brace of Dtllas 2d and Phxllxps of F M H S 3d 100 yald dash wts won ty Gross of F M H S ln 11 sec Grace ofD1ll1s 2d and I'IOf:I'lI16lStCT of F M 3d Ihe runmng lugh Jump won by Beeman w1tl1 a jump of 5 ft 41n Martln of D1llas and Plulllps of F M H S tymg for second Runnmg bro td jump was won by Dunlap of F M H S Jumpmg the good chstance of 19 ft and 11 xnches Beeman and Ferguson of Dall ts ttkmg the last two places In the 220 Beeman placed flrst wlth tlme 24 and 4 5 sec Hoff melster of F M H S second and Gross of F M H S thxrd 'Ihe pole vault was taken by Dunlap of F M H S Armstrong of I4 M H S and Hull of Dallas tymg for second Hexght 9 feet Phe 440 taken by Ferguson of Dallas Eckhardt of Dall is second md Heuser of F M H S thlrd T1me 54 and 4 5 seconds Ihe shot put was carr1ed by Vaughn of Dallas Eckhardt second T H Ii E S 79 I . K . r 5 . I 1 . f' I . . ' ' YY 71 , F I L V , ' ' if . V i . - 7 re 11 I - 1 c. F ' 4 1 z ' K ' . 3 ' . ' ' - . -T ' T 1 I I . 1 . I. - i . q . Y . . . n e , 1 2 ' f 1 3 ' ' H ' 55 C . . I 2 . Y . . 2 2 ki . I. S . . . rathertook Dallas' breath. Dallas refused to run the half mile relay. an 5 A. 5 S ' ' 2 . ' ' ' .... . 3 2 K , I, . . . ' ' 1 ' , 0 I , . . . . D . 1 A ' . . . . . I 1 2 , 2 ' . -- Y . ' - I ' ' . 2 . 1 Team Tiana Fgofot ESQ! A 'Qt' 'Y li: -v1NYy 'J A 494 ,su 5 W X A I1 HIGH SCHOOL TIM md Hrrestr of F M H S th: 1 Drstmce 38 feet 11 rnches Ilrt h rlt rrrrle wrs won hy Beernan of Dallas rn 2 25 Ferguson second rrrtl W rylrnd of l' M H S tlrrrd .Iunrprrrx nrne feet three rnches Lyen of F M H S took first pl lee wrtlr O H wen rnd Grrce of Dill ts followrng Vru lrrr of Drills won the drscus event wrtlr Hoffmerster second and Heuser thrr cl Drstance 96 ft Iireyrrrer of F M H S runnrng on an uphrll track ran the nrrle rn 5 I0 M mek md Sclrrrle of F M I-I S tred for thrrd place Total pornts won hy Dill rs 63 fotzl pornts won by Ft Madrson S4 FAIRFIELD MEET The TrrSt'1te meet at Farrfield whrch followed the dual meet wrtlr Drllrs was not strrctly speakrng 1 huge success rf we were to tlrrnk merely of the pomts won However rf we are to tlrrnk of the ex perrence garned by those who entered rts value to them cannot be over estrnrated Consrderrn the fact th tt we entered thrs meet wrth about three weeks tr rrnrnff and that we were prtted rgarnst somethrng Irke one hundred and thrrty of the best athletes of Iowa Illrnors and Mrssourr we drd well to qu rlrfy for the firnls re mrrn rrres rn rl the events wrth exceptron of the mrle and half mrle were run off rn the forenoon and thrs of course was a decrded drs rdvrnt rgf. to the loc als wrtlr therr short tr rrnrrrg season Hoffrnerster who took second plrce rn hrs he at of the 220 yd d rsh was compelled to trke hrs turn rrnrnedr rtely rn the drscus prelrmrnarres rn wlrrch he pl tced tlrrrd I'Irrs w ls followed hy the shot put and natur rlly he was not rn condrtron to do anywhere ne xr justrce to hrmself rn thrs event Ag un Dunl rp rmnredrately after runnrng hrs heat of the hundred had to trke hrs turn rn the pole vault rn whrch event hc qualrfred as well as rn the bro ad Jump whrch followed Perhaps our lr rdest luck carrre rn the hr flr jump when Plrrllrps rn hrs first trul at 5 ft th herdht neces ary to qualrfy for the fin rls wrenched the tendons rn hrs knee so severely that the te un has lost hrs servrces for the rest of the year Ihe Ir llf mrle relay wlrrch was the last everrt of the day was the most excrtrrrff for us of the whole meet rs rt seemed we were sure to pl tce However whrle all the fellows on the team whrch was made up of Durrltp Heuser Arnrstrorrg and I-Ioffmerster runnrng rn the order named ran a gr eat race the best efforts farled for place by a scant one foot nmrgm Another tlrrnf not to be forgotten rn connectron wrth the meet 4 nj- 4 Q .A .ir . . . . .e, rt. .. , . 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L... . . 1. 4 . 4. . . if , 6 I . 1 ' s 1 1 , , . it . , , '., ,. , ,' 4 . . . , 1 1 . as . . . . l .5 e K Juv sag F-9 .v-'ii y f J ,frm Q 434.-1 Mr L OL IM s the llOSPlIllIlX lni QOUIILQY shown by the llII.Illgt.ll18flt ind w the pet I le ot I lIIllLll. nn entextunmg the v1s1t1n xthletes Every one who cune h ul the best e ure md we ire l1OplIlg for the prxvxlege of e CI'1l1" un next ye H M B PORT MADISON VS HAMILTGN In 1 fmst meet en'tcted on the home tr lck M1y 16 H Lmxlton sue ceeded nn Q uzynnf off the lonx end of the score Agun the ltck of ex pexnenee Ind tx unmo nnde ltself 'apparent On 'tceount of the poor condmon of the tr'1Ck no records were broken Pllty vud d1sh Johnston of Hanulton 1st MOITISLUII 2nd Gross Fort Mnlmson 3rd Txme 6 15 H1 I1 jump Uhllk md Wllson of Hlnulton tled Tuekex of Fort M ldnson 2nd He1gl1t4ft 11 lil 100 Yxrd dish Morrlson 1st Johnson 2nd I-Iunllton Gloss 3rd Fo1tM ulxson Tune 10 2 15 qt'lIlCllI1Q l'5lOlkl jump Uhlmk lst Crowe 2nd H tnulton Dunl mp 31d F'ortM1d1son dlst mee 9 ft 9m 440 Y'1rd tl ish Huesel lst Fort MlLllSOl1 Johnson 2nd Wxlson 31d Himllton 'l une 65 2 5 Shot put Nleel 1st MOITIQOH 2nd H unllton Newell 31d Fort M1LllSO!l Dlst Lnce 39 It 412 Ill RllUDlUg bro ld Jump Wllson 1st Uhlxk 7nd l'l'l.I1llltOl'l Dunl lp 3rd Fort MdLllQOD Dust mee 19 ft 312 III Mlle Kxeymer 1st M lck 2nd Fort Ill 1d1son H unmond 3rd Hsumlton llllle 6 5 2 5 In thxs event KT6Xll1CTtlklDQ the le ld w ts never forced to qulck en hxs p lce Pole vlult Uhllk ind Wllson of H umlton tled for lst Dunlip of Folt M ulxson 2nd H lfht 9 ft 5 220 Yud d tsh Morrlson ot H lnulton 1st Hoffmexster 2nd Gross 31d POlt MlkllSL5H lune 23 4 5 Both the mlle and h llf null, rel ly rlees went to Hamnlton HOME MEET The Home 'lx ack Meet st 1584.1 bflkl my 'afternoon .nfter school M my 22nd on the H1 ll behool quilter mlle triek w1s tlken bv the Sopho more cl :ss wxth L tot tl of 56 poxnts L 'l1IlSt37 by the SCIIIOFS 26 by the Jumoxs md 5 bythe Freshm mn Ihe contest w ms keenly Iouxht from , -- . . . , .. -. 54 IHI1 HILIH 5 H HL I Eb w'1.' 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' 5 if ' ff hi llM start to fimsh Gwmg to the poor condrtron of the track the tmre of the rrces was 1 httle slow There wrs an excellent turn out of the students md no lrttle CI1tl1llSl zsm drsplayed especr llly by the members of the Junror class who headed by George Fmch presrdent of the thrrd year students wrth 1 sn ue drum nr ide a partde iround the trrek rn nr uclrmg array The cl1ss colors used by the grrls III L ecorxtron and the cl rss bmner were grven fittrng promrnence m the clvalc rde Urged on by hrs cl tss nr rtes Frank Hueser took the bmner offered by the faculty for the rndrvrdurl IllllilI1 the greatest number of pomts for hrs cl rss He rn rde a totll of 25 pornts and was closely fol lowed by L1 trret Dunlap of the sune class wrth 24 RESULTS 50 yrrd d Ish Dunlrp Soph Arnrstrond Jr Hucser Soph lucker Semor lrme 5 2 Shot put Hueser Soph Dunlxp Soph Newell Jr Henkle Soph Drst rnce 39 feet 9 mches 100 yrrd dash Hueser Soph rnd Hoffrnerster Senlor tred for Hrst Armstrong Jr and Judy Senror frme 11 4 Mrle run Kreyrner Jr Seharle boph Mrek Soph and Judy Senror rlflle 6 9 Pole Vault Armstrong Jr Dunlap Qt ph Tucker md Morton Senrors tred for second Herght 810 220 yard dash Hoffmerster Senror l-Iueser Soph Judy Senror Rohk tr Soph Trme 244 Hrgh Jump Tucker Senror Dunlap Soph Hucser Soph Arm strong Jr Herght 410 440 yard Dunllp Soph Hueser Soph Armstronf Jr Judy Semor Thrs event was rn reahty won by Hueser who fmrshed wrth a good lead on Dunlap but became rnrxed rn the lrnes stopprng rt the end of the hundred yard pole rnstead of frnrshrng ten feet farther up As a result no tune was taken Drscus Hueser Soph Hoffrnelster Senror Newell J Dunlap Soph Drstance 85 feet 41nches Broad Jump Dunlap Soph Armstrong Jr Hotfmerster Senror Tucker Senror Drstance 17 feet HZ mches Half rnrle Wayland Freshman Kreymer Jr Schleuter 'ioph Hue ser Soph Hueser Soph Trme 2 36 The half mrle relay whrch was the last event of the meet w ms won TH fron seHoo1- ES 85 . - . t 2 f ' 2 . 2. e ' ' S K 1 x', - A 1 I, ' . 4. , , , r . . . ., 1 . , , . f , e . . 1 W , . ., , . . , , . , . 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K ' Z. 86 TI-Il' HICHSLHOOL TIM by the Semor team coxuprlsed of the followmg members Morton Judy Tucker and Hoffmexster agamst Mack Dunlap Rohkar and Hueser for the Sophomores The prospects for next year are very good In football and track although we lose Phxlhps G1 oss Hanchett Tucker Lyen Judy Car ruthers and HGH-H1Cl9t6f by graduatlon the mater1a1 already m the school bCSld6S some excellent materxal commg from the grammar school IS SllfTlClCl'1t to make a w1nn1ng team Alumnl when you read thus resolve to come out next fall and gxve your old school s team some valuable scrxmmages The loss that w11l be felt most by all was caused by the res1gna hon of Mr Bell He had become a very close frxend to the boys and though we hate to see hlm go ave are glad he 19 gomg to a better posxhon Here s wxslung you the best of luck and prospemty Mr Bell CAPTAIN ELECT NEWELL - Q - 1 ES 1 1 1 - 11 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' I I - 1 . . , 1 , I . ' . . , .. , . . . . . , . . 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Alvlimzmgl .willfully MAJ., u- in -Q -'ie w ,W ZWWWWW Anni Dilqulst 12 who h 19 been te'1Cn1n0 school III Idlho IS vxsltlrg home folks m thls Cnty M Lrxe Weber 13 IS teaclnng the sprmg ten m of school wt Jefferson Center dlstrzct ne nr Velle Walter Hansman 13 who has been cr1t1C1.Ily11I for sever ll weeks wlth typhomd fever IS well on the ro ld to recovery LEWIS Knstler 12 who IS 'tttendmg Knox Collegxe v1s1ted at home Aprll 26 Mrs Harry Waldron formerly Mrss Clementme Sheaffer 07 h1s Mrs W llter Wagoner and two chlldren 'ure VlSItll1Q Mr md Mrs B F Shreves of thls Cnty Mrs Wagoner w us Mxss Pluml Shreves 04 Mlss Edna Fmblck 12 vxslted school Aprll 30 MISS H lzel Rohk xr 11 Vlblfed sehool Aprnl 22 Mrs J lr Thorne 'md daughter Nmcy ure Vlgltlllq Mr md Mrs W ztkms of thus cxty Mrs Thorne was MISS Madge Witkms 06 X-Luigi: rl-L -Dy-af rgvy Arrwnged by Lum lNl' 'im Am CLASS CF 1879 Slbert M Casey deceased MIQS B M Wllson Goldheld Nevull Mrs hmma L1yton Barret ldeee msedl CLASS OF 1880 Mzss Adelude A Pollard MIQSIODITY New York Cnty N Y Pd Doerr deceased Mrs Vxoll Brxcker Hayes Vlele Iowa B J Campbell fdeceisedl 1 f XQX - f 7 1 ,W ' -' 1 ' 4 pf , , A T E- , V 1 , 6' AJ I. ig I y -:ff -nl " . 5 if ff. ,ter , , 1 ,Wd X cs , 1 E--1-llvlwa' 2 n , , 2, 4. 6 f 2 . . . . , . , . 1 . , , , . . . . . , 1 . 1 1 1 ' - - 4 1 . 4 , , I 1. , v , 4 returned to l1er home in Oklahoma City, Oklu., after zu visit in this city. . z , ' ,. 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Mrs Lnule Lro msn Schroeder Port M 1d1son Iww Mrs Irene Jukson Wulkms KUISIS Llty Mo LI ASS OF 1909 Mnss Lolrune Dlll 1n At Homo. A111 111llo lex IS MISS Iow 1 SILIIILIBTS At Home Ottumwi ow MISS IresQ1NI1t1hell l'o1tM11l1son low MISS hv 1 Armetrong Fort MlkllSOU Iow MHS L11111 Korkl ln Fo1tM1d1son Iowa Mxss Buenn1 Newberry ILICIILI H1llSl3OIO Iow Mlss Le 1h W 1lters VlC7lII1lSf Poltl md Ole Ol Ernest RlCIlI1lODLl Ames Lollege Ames Iowa Llarence Hull Fort Mldmon Iow1 Harnngton Pollard U of I Iow 1 L1ty Iow1 Lnle I-Ll1ott Ielegr1ph Opel 1tor Needles L11 Alfred Benbow Teacher Alhu Iow1 D Young U of I Iow'1 Cxty Iow1 Albert Yound Agt Prudentx 1l Ins Co Fort M111 MISS Op1l W l.tklI1S Te ILIILI' Fort M UIISOII Iow 1 M155 Bertha Wr1ght Te1cher Ashton Mo Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs Mrs lson Iow 1 Mirguerlte Stouven 11 Poppe Blllllllgtklll Iow Etta. Breen Etki RTIHCF W 1511 Huel Hunt IIIOIUIS W 1co I'ex Laura Fowner Webb Powellton Ill Helen Johnson Lowe Fort Mxd1son Iow Erh Smlth I-hyes Port M 1d1son Iowa Lelll Molme Br1yton Fort M1kllSOI1 Iow Helen Robmson Davm Fort M 1d1son Iow1 Sahert H multon I' ort M1d1son Iow 1 Mrs NTHDIC Brltton W1lson Bl1fmd1nsv1lle Ill CLASS OF 1910 Mms Dfusy Nelson Stenogrwpher Fort Midnson Iow1 IHI1. Hll H SLHOOL I tub ,. ', ,- 1 ,, "1 . 1 . , .- Q. A 1 J , 1. 1 . 1' ' 1 5 . 11. . . .' - ..1 T '. .' 1 ' .I . 1 1, 1, 1 ' '. 1 1. 1, 1 . 1 '. 1,1 1 . . '. . 1' " . 1' . . 1. 1 . , 1 l 1 . 1. - ' . 1 . .1 .1. " 1'1 - 1 1 . . 1 1 1, , 1.1 11. ' 1 ' 1 S , 11. 1 1 1. 1 S . 11. 1. 1 '1 1 , ' 1 J . 1. 1 , '1 F ', 11. 1 1 5, '1 , "Q 1. 1, x f . 11 , 1 1 , r. . , 1. 1 1. 1 1 1 , K 1 1 , ., 1, 1 ' 1 Z. 5- . , . ., 1 , 1. 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M unes Iowl Vex 1 P1tte1son Wcllm 111 Iowx Helen Wlllni Stud nt 1t Oxford Oxford O Bcsme holdou U ol M1cI1 Ann Arbor M1cI1 Mnrne S l11pcr FortM1I1son Iow11 M ugsucxlte H WIIIIILISILI Fort MlkIISOH I1 Peul SLIIIQI Fo1tMui1son Iow1 I-Iettue Lon: Lit Ie1CI1er West Pomt Iow1 LI111I uttc Vblllfl cr Leach Fort MIQIISOII Iow 1 D11 1 W1e mer Fo1tM1d1son Iowa Jessup Student of RocI1esterUn1vers1ty Rochester N Y Iheodonc Rnclnmontl Repwrter fox hem C1ty Folt MJLIISOD low 1 Izmerson WlIklHS LOIIIIIIISSKIY IIr111n D1n1 III R 5I3C,III"ICIllI1 I"lIII1lI1S Fort M ldl'aOIl Iowl Mxss MISS MISS MISS Mlss M1ss MISS Mlss MISS MISS MISS MISS LLASS OF 1911 M ulon Guton Student Coe College Ledir R11p1ds OI ulys P1rke1 Rurll Iemher Folt MILIISOII low Myrtle Armstron Fort MILIISOD Iow1 H17eI Rohk1r Rur11I IIeacher Fort M1d1SOH Iow.1 Htlen WICI R ll 1I Te 1cl1e1 Fort NIMIISOII Iow 1 Lett 1 Artz I"ortM21d1son Iowa L1II11-111 BoIt7e FortM1d1sor1 Iowa Mny Lxsey Studentl S U Iow1 C1ty Iowa M11f1retFI11rt Fort M 1d1son Iowa Elsle Ilrnst Asst Llbfaflan Fort MIQIISOH Iow Jenme I-Idrper WCSICIII U l1ll'Idd.IO Kan Fsther Segum Un1vers1ty of Denver Demer Colo Flcd Fklns Fort MWLIISOU Iowl Herbert K1stIer Fort Madlson Iowa Vutor Hurt Iow 1 Tool Co FortM11d1son IOW11 Floyd Nvfgemeyer CIOIIIICT Larthage III I-I1rvey Lregan Bookkeeper Detro1t M1ch Dell Scott Tmvelmg S1Iesn1 m Qumcy Ill Mrs Bess1e Tucker Horn Fort M1d1son Iow'1 LLASS OF 1912 MISS LOUISE Amborn Umversnty of Ill Ch 1mp'11gn Ill II II Ii H I tl H .I C H BO I, III M E S 99 I' I I I 1 . . . 1 II , 1. 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I , . .- .I.II 'I 1 L I. 1 C: EHIGH S HOOL MPS MISS Merle Cooper Wltll Scheiffu s Fount llll I en Comp 111 Fo1tM1d1son Iow 1 MISS M ny Breen Fmt MILIISOII Iow1 MISS Ruth Bowen Folt MTQIISOII Iow1 R1v Bull1rd At Home R F D Fort M lkllSOI1 Iow MISS M'1rtl11 Benbow Iow1 We5ley'1n Mt Ple ms mt Iow1 MISS Fl1n1 COIVIH At Home R F D Fort MlkllSk3ll low M15s Ann 1 DlIqlllSI I'e lLl1CI' Mllftdllgll Id 1110 Wesley Dobson R F D Fort M1LllSOH Iow1 MISS Is1belle Downs Port M3Ll1SOH Iow'1 M155 bdlll. hlnbxek R111 11 fe'1Che1 Fort M MIISOII Iow 1 M155 IVI 1ry H mchett PortM1d15on low 1 MISS Jul11 HOHQIIIBISICT Rur 11 Tewcher Fort M1d15on Iow John Howland Busmess Colle e Fort M1d15on Iow1 MISS Florence Hoplgy Reporter Democr lt Ft M11l1son I1 MISS MlTgLlCFlt6 I-I lIlllItOIl Clerk Fort M 1d15o11 Iow1 W1ll11111 HCISIIIL Cle1k Fo1tM11l1so11 Iow1 MISS I-I17el Kennedy Fort M111 on Iow1 M155 Dulcle Kennedv FOlt M 1 l1son Iow 1 Lew15 K15tIer Knox Collebe b1leslu11 Ill MISS Mlldred Le xry Ft Mll'llSLWI1 blVlll s Blnk FOIIMlLll 5011 Iow 1 Arthur M1ller Fort M ldlSOI1 Iow1 MISS Luclle Mlitiell Rur1l I1ClCI16I Fo1tM11l1son Iow MISS Ruth Newknk Fo1tM1d1son Ivwl MISS Florence Ott1w1 Iow1 We5ley1n Mt pISiSlI1f Iow M1ss Helen Puker Ie1el1ers Colle e Cedn I' 1lIs Iow1 Fr1nk RlCllll1ODd AQFIC College Ames Iow1 MISS Ruth Seh 1per Downer College MllWlllkCC WIS MISS E.lo1se Irdverse 5fCl10gI'lPllLI l'ortM1d1son Iow MISS Nor1n1 WIIIllII1S Clerk Fort IVIldlSOIl Iow1 MISS Nellle Young Cedar F1115 5tltC Te ICIICFS Colleg CLASS OF 1913 Byron Hentzman AQFIC Colle e Ames Iow1 M1s5 I"'StIlCl Benlvow Iow1 We5ley1n Mt I-'le 151111 Iow1 M1ss KllllLTlDC Robe1t5 I S U IOWILIIY Iow1 Iho11115Con11dt R F IJ We5tPo1nt Iow1 MIS I"tl1el Henslx 1ll N11r5e St1te Melhodlst Hosp1t1l De5 Momes Iow1 ' ' .l- . 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MISS S A ch1cken bone and one of SUSICS hngers C S Thit makes two ch1cken bones doesnt 1t' MISS S 1n Phys1ol What IS an 1mperfect Jomt Florence M Oh th tt IS when 1 ch1ld l1 15 bow legs MISS Dougla5 1n Econom1c5l Fell the d1fTerent steps 1n e product1on of wool Ellen D In tl1e f1r5t pl ace It was 1 plant MISS Sten1pel Ill Eng 3 I5 that a good love story' Everett N No there are too m any peot le IH lt MISS Sk1nner Locomotor 3,tZ1Xll IS when you havent control of your feet Florence Oh yes you th1nk you 'xre goxng forward when you are gomg backward M155 S What are the dxtferent lnnds of persp1rat1on'9 Ellen D Sen51ble MISS S What IS the oppo51te of 5en51ble E D Senseless Mr Thornton out w1th the agrxculture c1155 to an astomshed old lady We were just Vlewlng your garden Lady You cant see much It 15nt up MISS Douglas f1n Econom1c5 How old does an 1nd115t1y have to be before lt IS not called an 1nfant7 James M Twenty one Why d1d everyone laugh when Mr Thornton pronounced ellXlr 1n 5pell1ng7 Say lt yourself and see A newlywed placed a p1e, whlch she had made, on the back porch to cool for supper Along ca1ne the dog and ate xt When the husband came home, the Wlfe sobbmgly told h1m the trouble Consolmgly he 5a1d. 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A nd when l1CUIIIeS to S11CklI1 round E B es 1 as anvc o Mlss 15 14 ng Helen you have onntted the Ill nn pirt WFLI KNOWN LASES IN OUR HIGH SLI-IOOI Phu-e w as I1-ill' Iumor nwmed Melvn Who wus 11wayQxnC1med to be shy But now she le gay I mufst tell you Sxnce de'1r Iunei came Qtrolhng by I'he1e as 1 boll Senmor called Archle Wl1o was never 1n love so It seems But now he s Ill deep wlth a Freihm in Of whom he Contmually dreims Fred Hanchett has been quarantmed And the Senxorn weep for sure For the L lse he 1113 wnth Phyllvi 1 he doctors cannot cure Oh how Qld oh how troubled how mournful 19 he' Al Phnllnpe our dear Semor but what' dont you see' All your troubles w111 end xf youll llsten to me Just hke '1 Poqt Cwmd courie mn C'1mpus try Tw1s on '1 dark 'md Stormy mght The sun was shmmg brught A young mald with se11ed Ilpe Crled out wxth 111 her m1ght Shoot K1ll me now But spare my hfe The vxlhan firSt blew oh' her head Then kxlled her wxth lns kmfe THQ HIGH ll OOL H ES 107 " . 1 -1 1 , I ' ' K ff "1 1' . gt : ' '- - H ":4regu1:u': 'z I '1 fl-c. 'Sf Z 1 l . ll: U . I 1' 1 ll. W: "Oh. did 1? 1 guew I left it out then." , h 1 K . . If 1 I A young 111 m L une tI!pPlI1g :long Hs. w lS old md bent wlth yn US A Lnlle Slllllt, w as on h1sf1CL And hm eyes were fllled Wlul te lrs HL I'LCOL.I1l7Cd the dymg glfl And Cfled 1loud Who IQ she. 'I he dymg gurl r used up hgr he ld And Q ud Good mght lts Judy Y' xxx x Q7 1 108 THQ HICAH SCHOOL HINIES i E 'iw If fi? ON ' I N ,nvgxk NNI 25."ff,,fn?T I, fig qi A ix KM D V'?x5,' ,, J-7-VL .. , 'N-1 f 'AKKQ " ,fl ' 1 ' X f, f f ff 4 N MF LW , 'lE?'5?.54'l:k 41 x , ' f V 1 , U '51 '3Z5f'Fi f , ' ' " -F 'f ' ,. ., 5fiK 'ff' f ,' f 'M aff' ' Mr X jg ,rf'f " V ,I ,X I 1, X - :gr ,1 l , W , W ' 4 lv , I, U We MV if ff- H W 3 H7 W 'I I QV' ' ' ' ' 1 .-A+ ' .f' f J X x ,l. , 'Ag if ' W X 5' 4 ' K Lf I . f ' 1 f ' KN- ' 3 If I X Z: 'll' f All V! V ,X if f I l V. iff I ff!! If , , 'Af , ,y iff' f v 'LJ f ff , f' " ' J -Q 1-Y f- -, 'j'Wftf,f f ,f gff ixw' - - ' ' ' " f 1 nl fx, fly? I fn if " 1 . 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II ,I x. 1,1 Read them advm t1sQmenIs and pit rcmze 'I Mem I I E I I I I i I ' ' ' Ml - z Ii - - x f x C II I , , , 3, I Y 1 L I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I E ,-,+-A- To the Advertisers in The Times In behalf of TheT1mes start of the Fort thank the business men of our city and vicinity who have advertised in The Times It was only through your gen erous response to our call that we were enabled to get out this magazine which means so much to the students e sincerely hope that you all have been repaid for the inter est you have shown this past school term Our book has been a success in every way and is growing larger each year and we ask that you may keep up your interest and support for the class who will take up the work the coming year Very sincerely FRED R HANCHETT, Business Manager x BUSI , N SS ' ' 66 ' 77 Madison High School, I wish to take this opportunity to . . . I W Commencement Advlce If you have not al- ready commenced you had better et started to wear mg the r1ght kmd of clothes T f h If and at that you cant beat LOFQUIST 8: FRAY Anthes Hotel Blllldlllg P 5 X o O - 5 ha 'st e only ind we Sell , C our prices anywhere :: 1: hone ZZ- Wedclmg ' lts W A 1. X D ,n l X X 41 QAM E ivy that please and that w1ll be ap prec1atecl all the more m after years can be found 111 11ch stbundance at tl11s The Weddmg Glft Store A wonder ful 3.SSO1tI'1'1CI1t of the newest m Sterlm S1lVCI Fme uallty Sllver Plate Rich C rt Glass Clocl s Cutlery etc are here for your lnspectlon See our elaborate dlsplay of Chaflng Dlshes Mirror Plateaux Baking Dishes Sandmch Plates Percolators Water Sets Casseroles Salad Forks Coasters Fern Dishes Tea Tiles Chime Clocks Almond Sets Chests of Silver Tea Sets Punch Bowls Carving Sets Sugar and Creams Bread Trays Vases, etc A Pleasure to Show Goods PAULE JEWELRY COMPANY 313 JEFFERSON STREET : : BURLINGTON, IOWA ,azhequnxix 1 ' CE, -. 1 ' 'V 5 .X , ,-on , A ,. A - ,C Tx N5 E ', .X , ,449 list 0 X rx ' Y ' ' ' f' '3'1 f'P'l',F'Egy:,,--I.,. .,r-"'rv'1w ary. ! Zhi.-' xv M 4 P tif- ew sir- rw-r1"s:M rf.'s2s!.-M:-4-f we M .,, 51 Q , 1. 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DODD PRINTING CO Prlnters, Blnclers and Statloners Prmtmg of Any Kmcl Promptly Done Bmclmq of Pamphlets Books and Stationery and a General Line of Offlce Supplles Correspondence Statlonery Special Attent1on Gwen to Sch ol and Catalogue Work K 9 Loose Leaf Covers, Etc. . , . . 7 . . , O LARSON S QUALITY FOODS BAKERY Charles A Klrk Clgars Candles Magazlnes 710 SECOND STREET GLASGOW CLOTHES GLASGOW PRICES Suits S15 00 GLASGOW TAILORS 119 PINE STREET Some Day You Wlll Have a Vlctrola WY A E GLAZIER saos ds: f 7 C I l J' 0 made in the sa '- T tary way by cle ' km nin l h p. . S 3 - L d i .T I g' ' g II g Q at . h not now? econ . For Madison, la You W1ll Fmd Attractwe Styles and Excluswe Shapes at The M1sses McCunes 712 SECOND STREET Your New Shoes M T E ME ? Have Arrlved ' Clements Undertaklng Company Prwate Ambulance PHONE 575 EITMAN SHOE STORE FORT MADISQN IOWA BERGTHOLD'S FOR GOOD CLOTHES ' 9 TI B. CLE N JOS. WEISB UCH Q W T .CL' ' TS 0 rw" THE patent pump y I b 1 hearing . . A and trim sho , : . . Designed and made in a shop where they know how. I New slender vamp, Spanish heel, pret- tily arched. All sizes 54.00. J S SCHRAMM C0 BURLINGTON A Good Place to Supply Your Needs ln Dlcss Goods S11ks Wasll Goods Whltb Goods Gloves HOSICIY Underwear Laces Embro1de11es R1bbons Corsets ML1S11H Under wear Umbncllas Pzuasols Fancy Goods Etc You W111 End A Great Collectlon of Up to Date Merchandlse and sec the latest creat1ons 1n Ladies Dresses, SUltS, Costumes, Coats Sklrts, Walsts, Etc ll do e ytoWaDpat d h d g t tp tpl ybdy o 0 o C - , 1 1 f 1 - I r 1 I , ks, R, K . . ,,c .1 C 1 . - ' c ' , r - 1 A X 9 G XG k 7 Q O 1 ! at satisfactory prices. Come in xi J I xi I n . 0 , 0 You wi Hn urR ad - - e r e r ment fille with an some 'armen s a rices o ease ever o When You Think of Good Thmgs to Eat KELLOGG S Pork and Beans You have nc vel tasted mythmo so goat: C. C. Williams F 1sl1 and Oysters Key Fitting and Lock Repalrmg P e P o 86X tt fee tdea e Hopkins Bros Co 618 LGCUST SFREET DES MOINES IOWA l'l1gl1 Grade Athletlc and Sportmg Goods Pennants Pnllous and Monograms a Specialty f I You are welcome at our store when ln Des Momes Bastlan Bros Company Class Pms, Rmgs, Fobs Athletlc Medals, Wed dmg and Commence ment lnvltatlons and Announcements Programs Dance Orders Menus VlSlflng Cards Etc Fhi Rzt 511 Bashan Building ROCHESTER NEW YORK - fo 0 I C ' . - jf 0 a , 110 in St. h ne - ncoltl. dear?" " 'Bon o r ze." "Want my Cost r?" "No, iust the Sle ve,"-Ex. c ' 1' ' ' , ' ' . J c 6 - K C . I I I o . . Mcznufczcturers rf Q C U I I 1 ' V U C Y Wri c -fm' our New Cal zlnigzzc j. . ' jus! isszzcd Y ' Samples ll71I1E.9fl'771GfCS urnis ct on eq: cs J " EL 'EAS' Overland Model 79 Q 9 -'MS TWO PASSENGER ROADSTER THIR PY FIVF HORSELPOWER n 1 e ect C hts 4 d stor Se bitt y S9 P1 iped w y8cD1 elect n nest t S1 5 FOR SALE BY AUTO SUPPLY AND ENGINE CO E CORSEPIUS Manager AR TH l R D W Groceries and Fresh et tl g e be ga W co Vegetables Q , te f 606 SECOND STREET E R SNOOK Machine Shop Designer and Builder of Special Machinery A General .lobbmg Business Done CORNER VINE AND WATER STREETS Vfi. -su ff' , , vA,'7.,xxp4 fly- S X , P, I x, if' K - Price, i clul ing 1 ri lig . ' n 21 f 1 er , 50. 1 ui w Gra :vis ric e gi ar er and generator. 07 . - v 0 0 , Pau .fin Mech. r.:l " h n Ig iru schooll :im goin' to " me-warden :it the is n- rin weni n iaryf' l l O I I C O I I U We Give You Honest Values .IO . C. THOMAS 715 Second Street DEALER IN Clothing and Furmshmgs for Men and Boys 5 Per Cent Cash Discount D A MORRISON P es I t JAMES C BREWSTER V e P es J A S POLLARD Cash er W I-I ROSF A t Cash e A M LOWREY A QtC he Capital and Surplus S 60 000 00 Assets over S900 000 00 4 Per Cent Interest on F R Safety Deposit Time Certificates of Boxes for Deposit Rent 3 Per Cent Interest on Savings Book Acts as Executor Accounts Trustee or Agent Government Postal Savings Depository Under State Supervision Municipal and Corporation Bonds Sold 0 S 'lt e ed ctd st ctaco 'lace t e ens 70 I I Q . . . r it en ' . . ic r . . . . ' i . . ,. ss' ' i r . . , Sf as i r 0 7 0 - - 7 D .M-...M -, M....l.... T I . , u . 9 Q l This bank ofTers every advantage of a progressive. up-to-date banking institution c n erv. iv ly manag and condu e in ri C r- c' n wi h law. Op n Saturday ev ni g from t 8 I DAILY GEM C TY for the hve news of the Clly and Com mumty H a S a d a 1 ly IHCFCEISIHQ c1rculat1on Is adds brmg lesults IOL a Week at Your Door Popular Electric Company Popular Electrlclans of Electrlclty Phone 242 J SUCONU STREET Leo to H rzel N w 1 1 t te what those pe tle toll y probablv they don t w mt lt t ld W ves e thev tolt me Mrs C E McDerm1ths Newstand or the Latest Novelties m Fancy Work and Children s Embroidered Dresses ORPHEUM B UILDING 4325 rs. mv' D YCLEANING in QAIQAQH 'ef Q LA Co Hlghest m Workmanslnp IDEAL CLEANERS 709 seam-fi sr J I RILHARD L H ZXVAID ' I O . I C k , 611 L, 1 " N J f-WL I A , 4: U I -.XR 495 . 5 ff z I rb 2 I O .Lol X KU ,. 1--15-Q-4 new ll 2 , 0 W L ou: p .u ' L 4. -ff- 1 . ,. ' FE' 5 I 2 O . 2 R A H. . "Oh. 1' 5 th y do. f i t ""'E-as 1 'g3tm'iQj flfiglil- ' ' ' - 1- 4' L ' - ---so ft f -- 1, sw ' ' . 'c U , X ' 0 0 0 ' S ' ' I I O ih:lt's Nllll Ihvv :ull say znlmut nrr f s drv-eletnxngzumi pressing. Xlllctha er rt IQ :t sunt, dress. gloves. plnrnes ' ' or txne laces. send then: to ns and , , . hezusured ol the best possible work- nxzmslnp. Phone 271 J and we wxll call. 9 - ' PHIL. S. SAMPLE CLOTHING and FURNISHING GOODS 114 PINE STREET SAAR S NEW BARBER SHOP 707 SECOND sr Hand and E1ectr1c Fac1al Massage Electrlc Halr Dryer and Baths H 1 Scl 1P1ro ge Ea estly C H N SAAR Proprletor Mr Bell ln Physlcs What 19 a beat' Gertrude B A red vege table ,MP ff o p ease Eiga A the most particular 1 chant 15 one ofthe mang cognmlgndable eat ig. ures ofxour North A 3blJ6lflZ55 XQ ls! r wr JC'1l'1N3 Olflflefl ewcnavmno co navcwzvonv Iowa 'I-3711 t 1 . 5 ll . - - H ' ' I rr - - 11 , . ig 1 loo a unk rn Soli ited ., . .. .,v5,'1- yy, .."r"1,,5' .L.11',--Sinn ,---if : .,,: .f ary, " 'E '!Z.',," : 5 fv-' 'S mr.-'L' 'fin v-fu1+' 1'- if fi' fs-553-1: 'c..T:U'??-'T--as J -11' X '- ' f .if -. fin 1 ff '- 'WS-f' ' :, l '- .T .4 af?"i,9 Q, ' X a '- f?'- 6151, Q ' ' jf' ' 1 W '- , f ' -11:5 .n..1,:.. 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'?? 2'1'ff?1w'1'IIi'. ' B. B. HESSE 8: SONS Nuf Sed FIVE PER CENT DISCOUNT FOR CASH IDEAL STUDIO HIGH CLASS PHOTOS S .I K HARTMAN Proprietor 809+ SECOND STREET M ss Do glas n Stenog 3 How do yo w te Mnnehaha n short hand M nn e P E tend the loop frmtl lddle ofMnnet ha ha Saars Chestnut Street Barber Shop Evervthzng Modern and Up to Date H E SAAR Proprietor I.1ttle Star Cleaners Only Steam Plant and Dry Cleamng System ln the C1ty ddl PI PHONE 553 M 815 SECOND STREET FORT MADISON IOWA I u fi . :I H u ri i i - ?VY 1 . H 1 1 . X o me ui i i o - I1 . . . , 7 o . Please give us a trial order. We will , call for an e iver your goods. Straw - - and Panama Hats blocked cleaned. lone us. . . , I Gem Clty and Santa Fe Llvery Feed and Sale Stable Funeral Rugs and Hearses Auto and Horse Llvery - F J HANSMAN Prop TEN CENTS A WEEK DELIVERS The Evemng Democrat to your home Fort Madl son s leadmg largest and best newspaper Contams more news and advertlsmg and has a larger clrculatlon than all other dally papers c1rculat1ng 1n Fort Madlson combmed THERED BE BUT ONE SHOE IF EVERYONE KNEW SELZ ,jg Selz Guaranteed Shoes 69 For Men Women and Children Soechtlg s Royal Blue Store 809 SECOND STREET FORT MADISON IA H. W. RUMP Miss l. Bruegenhemke CASH GROCER MILLINERY 719 SECOND STREET 2515 SANTA FE AVE O ' I . l .1 7 .. , . . 7 .1 u n : : ,. O I " THE BIG DOUBLE STORE " JOHN ZERR 8: COMPANY THE Ag reslve D y Goods Ho se f Fort M dlso 1 y car re a p to date toc P ces are al ays rght 727 729 SECOND STREET FORT MADISON IOWA L. L. MILLER 8: COMPANY Clothlers and F urmshers Everythlng ln Season Always The 3 ln 1 Meat Market Meats and Poultry f' I Phones 77 and 193 Schaper 8z Koch 1030 FOURTH STREET A W SMITH Contractor and Bullder 105 Y .I M Auge 81 Co FLORISTS Gro ers of Cloce Clt Flo PHONE 566 I I I - I I . IA ll O a " n, a wa s . r' s n u - - 5 k. ri - w r' . , , O - I o o I You can phone 77 or 193 Phone and we will deliver p ptly . I 'L th 'fy 'II I p . 'lly 't tl I L. , , , T w o ielivery wago for prompt Service. w 1 i L WCI'S HIRAM SAYS 7 Y HARDWARE THE STEBBINS co 210 212 CEDAR STREET GRAND HOTEL FORT MADISON IOWA Y G Sanders Proprletor S A Sande s IVI ag THE COURTRIGHT STUDIO FOR FINE PHOTOS Fannly Groups Chrldrens Photos School Photos and our Carbon Photos ALWAYS PLEASE .I HAMILTON P p t 809 FRONT STREET SEE ED.i T. METER for Fresh Vegetables and Canned Goods 1135 Front St. : Phone 167 F. A. AMBORN MEN'S Fine Furnishing Goods Hats and Caps Clothmg Made to Order Shrrts Made to Crder 720 SECOND STREET O O When in need of , One-half block west of depots. European plan 50C and upg rooms with bath 51.50. Cafe in connec- See tion. Strictl modern. I . , - . . r , an er . . , . , ro rie or :: 1 Edwin Urfer FAR M IMPLEMENTS 705 SECOND STREET M t t Large Shipment of Shadow Laces d 5 50 Fancy Party Dresses sv so ss 75 d sio oo C F Tlngwald Company Th Sfjl 721 SECOND STREET KEEN SH REVES KEEN Kurrfn Kurrm sEl.Ls KEEH KUT TER GOODS and All Kinds of High Class Hardware KEEN KEEN KUHER Don t Forget the Number KUHER 725 SECOND ST o O Phone 87 Just in. 18 in. wi e, 2 c, 35c, c, 60C . , . an . Miss Byrzrm falter Mr. Bell had asked r. T. if he might take his 0 botzmy class out to find fpeci- . . mensl "Mr, Thor t I'l,I 'y I akc ly Caesar Cla. 5 t t 1 L't'1 ts?" e ' e and Quality Store l . ' 5 , , ' . mga, , s -. ,um mg! , ,.,,, 'NDIS R015 gif--5l'f"'9Ns ,- ep-Sl5""0Ns 'L 7 A V- - 7 '7 ser ---e TDUIS I roars REAL .IOY GERM Low Shoes for Young Men and Women 7 Six! r Star Shoe Store PT MADISON IA We Have the Most Complete Shoe Re pamng Shop ln Iowa Hugh Class Work at rlght prlces promptly done Fort Madison Electric Shoe Shop C A COURTRIGHT8 CO Cor Second and Mamet Streets xrtlc S 1 11 Or n c sorleloly walt y cl tlcv cmt have me Im wlrcmlw tlken 1 O mg wc lint thl th t of xou METROPOLITAN HOTEL Fort Madison s Leading Hotel E NABERS Prop T H NABERS Mana er WALL PAPER 1914 Wall Papers Now ln Stock Latest Deslgns and Hlghest Quallty Llttle Money C AMBORN8z BROS 733 735 Second St FORT MADISON IOWA I U O The many new Hfetclyh stylcsol 1 create real joy- 'f j lcl us properly tit yon 'tl Z1 pair. 53 Slylcs flu' Woman . . -6 f ,v cs fu .Vlwz I Ml' . fo LOTZIQCT A'S:1y. t A - il g . 1 U t 1 S 'ouf' 0 ' o.J. "W 1. rg 1' I . ' . ' zn 1' 1 ." "Ol, r: je - tit ' 'nk - il I' Y" . th I I I I . , . I O d - . . , . 5 1 DR MAURICE WAHRER P T M KILE V H J KILNNEDY C I C BIILTHAN A t tt. h T kINbPANJI"R A German Amerlcan State Bank Cash Capital S100 000 00 Add1t1onaI L1ab1I1ty S100 000 00 Comblned Total S200 000 00 Loans Made on Iow1 Real Estate Four per cent Interest on Cert1hc ites of Depos Open Saturday Evenlngs from 7 to 8 o clock 1 H H r M K M H YERS' ft 1 o e mce you I ke .1n1111IQ Mlss She Why? Are you flgll ng for co llpll ue ts Sen I us y ur order f r Cake 1435 FRONT STREET FT MADISON ICE CREAM FACTORY JOHN SCHNIEDERMEIER Propr1etor Wholesale ICE CREAM 1401 FRONT STREET TI-:LEPHoNEss1 , , resident E. . c ' , "'-P""d' t . . ' , Rasl' F. . ' , ssisa 'ashier '. . Q ' I , f"it: tC':I'- O 1 - - , . - , . - - , D 4' 2 . ' .it - r DIRECTORS'Dr. Maurice Wallrer, John Jnnsc. B. B. Hesse. Jr., J. J. D. t' H. A Sky A. . oustou. E, '. C ce, I.. . Kasur, A. , Kc1111edy. He la er . I ng sil 1 :I 'lDo Y f 'X I L l 'g-A T?" : L' . , i 1 '1 Il , P" l . 0 S 0 ' 'S 0 7 To the Sweet Glrl Graduate In after years when you have a home of your own Wlth all the convemences of the electncal age you W1ll compare thls per 1od Wlth your happy gradua t1on day Do lt Electncally Fort Madlson Electrlc Co TROY LAUNDRY Good Work Establish an Estate REMEMBER ofS100000 Murphy s Candy L1eWeY1ZIIut11a leo JOHN DOWNS Agt. TH.-1T's ALL 0 1 1 , - Cl ' 77 o o 0 Emmett, fin Physiolja "ls Sai A IOHYVS fVitusJ dance :L ner - for 1 f" Q 7 ' th l L'f f 0 k. 7 if 9,5855 9 51.11 fecwify S USU 1401! 'V1ad1xo11 Slvul s B111k Iallllkilll X J mms Block N N ll Dbmou 1t B111111111 1 11111 1 1 X Tgulmx of IJ1lI1O and Vous, 529 Tlllld 5t1ef.,t Phom. 142 x 4 712 1 7 bpcoud bf Phom. ,PIII 1x1 Hpssn, Blllldlll 111 XX X4 727 1 7 SLCo11d5111,1.i Omce 727 1 2 SLCO!lL15f 17171111111 HL Buxldm um. 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F., 1111. 111 C. 15111111 J- ll- I"IiAILl'3Y Opt: :tl 'c l'l.'si1-i:111 I '1 '.V1'I' Haag DSJLQH D.1rect1Q:cy X NN OUDXI XNS N XSIPI 'N T XXII ff? IJ Ill st 11911 1111 mm, ,t lbl 111 I11s111 une IOW ll Nose 111110 W 5 B ste e Bldg S 1 flIltOIHPfllht 8 175 ist 1liSecond5I1+1ft p O1 HX ID11 t HA C tys B B S teB k Il411t st o d L Cou tyS 1kB S 1r1f1IeIIoQp1t1l WE FURNISH THE HOME COMPLETE SIEM ER FURNITURE C0 DH. 15.1 . Y . 1 .vflfli .I1 Q 'ff 11 .Y .1 . 41 I',il'P, Lifo. A1-1-' I. t, I l 11.- --1 1111132-. IM I 1' 'f f Y 1111. M. 11. 1 'Ixus 11 . 11. N1cw1.c1N, M. 11. 1.3m 1.31 .Q 5 . f- at Lee Couu aviugs auk Building L I qusogl , A UH, l'. l. IDALI-IY VANII' THUXI.-XS Opt 'Uliiitllil' l'l1'vsi1'i:111 , 11 -.. 'ccom rect - I L' f ,' - - Op osite rp ICIUTI W- "3- "M A ZEN cf. lf. w.,x111:1-311, M. 11. Q' U5 Over Gcrma - m rican Lee Conn avings ank uilding fa an UV. If. IC. CUI'l"THlf'I T 1 Y. 1 ' . ' ' 1 11.11. 11. l'IlIi.lu. M. 11. 1 11.2 ,I I 3 Y . I Ro me 13 an 14 L K C I' L ec ll avings Bax uildiug SLOCUM ICE CREAM Manufacturers Wholesalers FOR UP TO DATE Furniture Lowest Prices A R HEYING WALL PAPER Paints and Glass Picture Framing Painting Sign Painting Paper Hanging 1 H. J. ETZKORN 205 Pine Street FORT MADISON : IOWA Sam Leong s Hand Laundry AII Work Guaranteed to Be Satisfactory - F h D d - 213 PINE STREET I CO. T.at..l -3 see - and H I O 7 SEE SCHMIDT S TOTALLY DIFFERENT SHOES W ihl I S3 50 to S4 50 S3 00 to S4 50 M S3 00 to S5 00 MERIT WINS he BLACK HAWK 5c Clga ALL QUAIITY ALWAYS THE SAME SMOKE THEM Andy Delmer Clgar Company Makers BURLINGTON IOWA B B B B GROCERIES Are h1gh quallty Always satlsfactory Fully guaranteed Get them from your grocer .Iohn Blaul's Sons Co. Wholesale Distributors BURLINGTON - - IOWA WI at cl'1ss of leoyle atc lynee exe M T e t Let Us Settle It for You Come m and look at our lme of JEWELRY The Huest and most attractnve Au the cxty THEO ERNST 7 L: I' S11 I' I A -Il I':ll1v.RcLI.lVl1itc GCIIIVS llitc and Tau I u vcr Sol " O - I' k : d B' fk. lords I.:1':-' Slums in New H1Ll '. I I. I . HH1 Cloth and Kid 5lmgg F: t'.' Black, Tam, and uhogany L ' d B tton Shoes ll ll 'I' Cl 77 y ' r . 7 1 I O O I Miss S: " 1 .. u u p ri ular d mise?" F. : N I1 fa ." WHAT CA YO D0 It will be asked you some day W1ll you be prepared? Ask any business man of the value of a business education TRAINED HELP is always in demand Fit yourself to be a stenographer book keeper banker commercial teacher or prepare for the Civil SCFVICC 1n this modern and efficrent school Gregg and Pitman Shorthand f d Cl B ll O T l-lookk p 1 More Floor Space More Teachers, More Equipment this next year Enroll September l The Fort Madison Business College A F WHITE Pr1nc1pal F M fin Physiol Miss Skin ner is the bicun still insiie of Susie s skull! Edward Vollers The Plumber and Heating Contractor 615 FRONT STREET m 'ew TIMPE 8zSCHROEDER Dry Goods Carpets Rugs Lmoleums A Square 11,11 to Tll the people 'ill tl e 1 Il 1 scou it o 1 a cash sile O . . C . . . . . 1 . . k , ' 7 1 1 . All s au ar typewriters. i ing, ffice rziiiung for Sleiioqrapliers, , ce ing, Office Practice, Bzinkixig. Commercial Law and Arith- metic, Corrcspom ence. Higher ACCL3llllllllQ. 1 v - O Q . . , Q - - ' -5.9-, 'L'- . 1 4 - 4 A A Q' 11.1 A A I Q 1 K X .- K A Ho me .R Q .. . 1 -11 lf I M, If " , 21' ' l 1 - 'mar - ' i H l , 1 , - L- S:-.msn riff? L 5 4' l f 1 I I n f J . , , 4 7 . A 1 .,-' L., "" Q - N. ., ,.:1.-My 'f 'A , ""rl"'w"'w' ,-...:,:f 0 tyM, ,,1g w , . "" f. , ' 1: L- 'rx'f"f' ,wafw ,z 11, ff QL . ,ks 4 952 1 , ff: CC 77 1 Y U 1. '. . ' 1 , . 1 i ie. Five per cent ci 1 1 ll . s. Lee Count SHVIHQS Bank Dlbfanfofo za :mm on anfofofa -A tiff' I Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent We assure you absolute prxvacy and convemence for your valuable papers Four per cent 1nterest pald on 6 or 12 months t1me d6pOS1tS Three per cent mterest on Savmg Book Accounts 0pen Saturday Evenings from 7 to 8 o'clock DIRECTORS Wm H Atlee, Wm F K1el,W N Blackmton, Geo. M Hanchett, John P Crulkshank . - rv YY Y V V if,Y V V , V Y, I Y x'P'N KJ o " K . ' 1 N ., 'Q T A , . f I 1 "I fs ' . . , . . . S.8z.I.C. Atlee KARL BOLL Florist For Fine Cut Flowers and Funeral Designs EAST or PRISON PHONE 36 .IULIUS BITTEL Boots and oes M CEMENT 943 FRoN1 si REET We Treat All Alike Every suit 15 made Wllh equal care Try our SCTVICC It matters not what your busmess or profeQS1on IS your needs w1lI receive consclen tlous attention Your clothes if made here ll h rmo L 1th your en ro me t Y P itt py Lindsey Tailoring Company 209 Zll PINE STREET FORT MADISON C . . , ' , wi a ni' e w' vi n n . Ever detail will do its art ' ferring cl II - 's inc io 1 on ou. Q Q I


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