Fort Madison High School - Madisonian Yearbook (Fort Madison, IA)
- Class of 1916
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VOIUMI XVIII NOVIAMBDR 1916 NUMBFR 1
P BLU!-ORDE WHALLQN L PHILIPE KOCH
The Armenlan Prxsoner
VIDA SKYLES 18
The End of the Story
EDWARD KREHBHEL 17
Tradltxonal Ballads 'Rl
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The vt 'll goes on the people d1e
The h ul of death rams from the sky
Is It by Cod a uldgment thrust
O1 but the monfuchs power lust
Th tt gunds God s chlldren 1nto dust?
The tlme goes on and yet alas
The cumson touent runs more fast
Where once sm eet flow rs perfumed th
And peace and plenty relgned there
'lhe fe1t1le fields are all laxd bare
The Ma1 ne flows onyx ard to the sea
'W here once d1d grow the fru1tful tree
Noyy only CIOSQ marked grave mounds
And dosolatmn rules the land
But stlll the flame of war IS fanned
When Vs 111 th1s cr1me of ages cease
And gne yy ay to eternal peace?
When men will learn sweet charity
The true key note of halmony
Then shall we have true unity.
L. PHILIPE KOCH. P. BEUFORDE VVHALLON
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THE ARMENIAN PRISONER
NNW LL Bys nt back agfun today are you" Thxs IS the
thnd tlme you have come to see me You certamly
7 an-X fill thls cell wxth hght when you enter It My days
df' X were very d1ea1y unt1l you started to v1s1t me K ep
1 Q comlng lf the gufud wlll let you my l1ttle man You
want me to tell yo 1 a story? What shall I tell 'P Why
I came to be 1n th1s pr1son'? Very well Bysant but
that IS a sad one
Oh I am an Armenlan and you Turk1sh people hate our race be
cause we are Chrlstlans Why they let me lne I do not know and
why you are allowed to v1s1t m IS another peculxar thmg Other
Armenlans when captured are tortured often or kllled lmmedlately
but here I have a bed to sleep on and food to eat Thxs IS a far better
hfe than my people are l1v1ng They are starvmg they have no shel
ter and scarcely any clothmg
Months ago we were dr1ven from our homes so we sought refuge
ln the mountalns The Turks followed us here and we were drlven
about for weeks trylng to escape We needed help badly so we de
clded to send runners to Be1rut where the Ame11can consulate IS sta
tloned We knew that 1f we could only get there he and h1s people
would be sure to help us Each runner took a dlfferent cours on
account of the great danger of bemg k1lled or cfmptuled by the Turks
so that, at least, one mlght reach the clty. I was chosen to be one of
them and was glven the route whlch leads dlrectly northwest toward
We started as soon as we had made our plan, that 1s, at mmdnlght,
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It was very dark that nlght and I stumbled along down the mountaln
path feel1ng somewhat weak because I had not had anythlng to eat
that day but I made ffurly good progless I d1d not have much
trouble 1n gett1ng past the Turklsh camp at Sayhbln because most
of the men were out searchmg for the A1men1ans and only a few
sleepy sentlnels stood about I soon same to the Wahr el A1de and
here guards were keepmg close watch so I had to swlm across I
was then very wet of course and my clothlng belng very heavy
somewhat hlndered me I was feelmg ox eryoy ed at gettlng across the
r1ver when suddenly a man stepped from behmd a tree and screeched
Another Armen1an dogl I turned and ran away as fast as pos
slble w1th the Turk 'h1s scxmltar 1n hand runn1ng after me I xx as
out of breath and he was nearly upon me when he stumbled As
qulckly as posslble I turned on h1m and by some mxracle I took the
sc1m1tar away from h1m After a fielce struggle I kllled h1m and
hurrledly exchanged cloth1ng vslth h1m As I was button1ng up the
coat I heard footsteps so I ran on There were no trees or shrubbery
ln sxght and I was thankful for the darkness I was approachmg
De1r el Kamur when I saw a grove of small trees and not hearlng
neath a tree and rested awh1le then started west keepmff on the
outsklrts of the town Everyth1ng was qu1et because the people were
st1ll asleep I had passed the second town safely
I went on and soon came to the Nahr Danenr Its brldge was
also guarded As It was gettlng hght I took H1016 caut1on and kept
away from the road I could see the men standmg on the brldge
and although I was dressed as a Turklsh sold1er I was ce1ta1n they
would know that I was not one of them I vsent up along the bank
untll I came to a place where I was sure I could not be seen from the
brldge and here I plunged 1nto the water and swam across I wrung
the water out of my clothxng as best I could and straxghtened the
un1form As I was golng around a l1ttle h1l1 I came upon a boy carrv
mg water from a well He supposmg I was a sold1er gave me a
drlnk and one of the sandwlches he had 1n h1s hand I made h1m
belleve I was on my way to Belrut wxth a message from my reglment
and I asked h1m lf there were any troops at Altat He told me that
there were no troops m the town but that there was a camp down the
h1ll about half a mlle away Th1s frlghtened me and as soon as I
could w1thout makmg the boy susplclous I started across the h1ll
keepmg behmd trees I heard someone talkmg and look1ng dovsn
the h1ll below me I saw three sold1ers and not far away was the
camp I had came nearer the camp mstead of gomg away from It
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for IH my excltement I had forgotten to ask the boy 1n vxhlch d11ect1on
the troops wele statloned Wh1le I xx as crouchmg behmd a tree pon
dermg what I should do someone came up behind me and somethmg
struck my head Then exelytlnng xx ent black When I gamed con
sclousness I xxas lylng on tlns cot
The gualds haxe been NCIY k1nd to me these three months and
you have been more th xn kmd You ask 1f any of the runne1s vxent
as far as B611 ut Bysant'P I do not know That IS what worrles me
and no one w1ll glve me nevxs of them I do not th1nk of myself but
of my people I am alxx ays sxymg to mx self Why IS It you are al
lovxed such comforts Mu1 ad althou h IH a prlson 1n Altat xvhen
your famlly and your 1 xce are qtalxlllgv A1e the Ame11cans help
mg them or d1d11 t any of the lunners get to the coast? And I some
t1mes xx hlsper But perhaps I can escape Perhaps I mlght get away
soon and help my people
I am sure By sant that lf I xvere only out of thls cell I could help
and saxe them from some of then hudslnps But do not tell anyone
vxhat I have sald my boy bec xuse one can never tell xx hat a Tulk w1ll
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MMM EAR PECGY Ivhen I left you standlng on the sta
D tlon pl xtfo1m xely much red as to eg, es and nose
Q 'haf-N ne1ther of us knew that I had an adventure 1n store
J' f I got off of the t1a1n 1ust as I alxx ays dxd xx hen I came
' to Vlqlt Aunt Samantha You know Sis college chum
Bess Burk extended an 1nv1t1t1on xvhen she v1s1ted
us last so I coafced Ma to let me v1s1t the Bulk s 1n
stead of Auntle xx1th her tabbles and parrott Well to contmue
While I was standmg there an oldlsh man came up and sald You re
Mary I m sure
Well I am Mary so of course I Sald Yes and I plesume you
are Mr Burk? I supposed Bess vxas on the othe1 SICIC of the statlon
but he ushered me up to a great blg Hudson wlth a bebuttoned chauf
feur He told me that Bess had been tl welmg and was detamed 1n
some place out East that I was to make myself at home and all that
sort of thlng CI dldn t hsten ve1y well because I xxas too busy gazmg
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at the wlndows as we crawled th1u the down town streets J
I was certa1nly amazed when we stopped before an 1mmense
house and there were foot men butler and everyth1ng swell but when
I entered the hall and a lady all dolled up took two of my fingers and
called me My deah I actually w1shed I d llstened to Ma and was
at that mmute at Aunt S 1m mntha s teachmg Theodore the parrot a
new slang phrase Everythmg was bad enough but Mar1e was the end
of the l1m1t She was the I+ rench mald Now 5 ou know V1ve le ro1 IS
about the extent of my knowledge of the F1 ench language bes1des the
Ou1 ou1 Mons1eur and I employed those two phrases constantly
Mar1e thot I was fluffy After Id dressed for d1nner I saw Mar1e
lookmg for my 1ewelry I flashed my class r1ng but Im afrald It
dldn t 1mpress her I mformed her that I had a d1me and r1ng at
dress to d1nner and was glad I had bl ought It because I hadn t dreamed
Bess folks were so r1ch
In all my perplex1ty how ever there was a l1fe saver Bess
brother Arthur QI remembered hear1ng her speak of a brother Mat
ty but concluded It was A1thurs pet namej was a d1 cam and he
helped me over so many embarrassmg s1tuat1ons The next mornlng
Bess1e came but Peg It wasn t Bess Burk at all Here I was an utter
stranger 1n the home of the Shelley Lark Bourgues and they d been
expect1ng Mary Cornell1 to 1 1s1t BGSSIQ
F1nally the whole affa1r was stralghtened out and I left for Aunt
Samantha s 1n the suburbs I never was so glad to see Auntle
Theodore and the tabb1e cats Arthur brot me 1n h1s car
I ve an engagement w 1th h1m ton1ght and Theodore keeps scream
1ng Arthur IS commg so I re'1l1ze xt IS t1me I stopped wr1t1ng and
prepare for the Commg of Arthur
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THE END OF THE STORY
MMM P ARDON me s1r can you dlrect me to the Sm1th Shlp
A W plng Company? sald J1m Wells to a young man who
Q4 'NH fx had stepped fl om the car Wlth h1m
J' Sure come along I m a sh1pp1ng clerk there
QM Through the w1ndow of the ofhce door J1m could
C C, see an old man s1tt1ng near a table w1th other men
grouped around h1m
The old sklpper IS golng to g1ve us a yarn Lets go 1n and
hsten sa1d the shlppmg clerk
As J 1m crossed the threshold a strange look came 1nto the old
man s eyes When the newcomers were seated the sklpper began
Well boys Ill tell you the story that I have never been able to
powder across the bay to a rallroad stat1on From here It was to be
transferred to several Amerlcan cru1sers that were stat1oned five
I had gone about halfway when a great black hulk loomed up
suddenly ahead of me By a qulck turn of the wheel I managed to
clear what I now percelved to be a schooner Before I could change
my course however my boat was made fast to the schooner and I
was taken on boa1d The thought flashed through my mxnd that I
had been taken captlve by a Br1t1sh vessel I was taken to the cap
tam who aftel looklng at me for some t1me turned around and
talked earnestly IH a whlsper to hxs men From the few words that
I heard I concluded two th ngs first that I was on a plrate vessel
and second that they had mlstaken me for someone whom they had
expected to meet
At these words J1m moved as 1f to go but the look 1n the speaker s
eyes restramed h1m W1thout seemmg to notlce the speaker con
tmued The captaln ordered the shxp to be turned about agam The
sallors rushed out to execute orders but at the same lnstant we heard
the dull roarlng of cannon ahead The captaln brushed past me and
I could hear h1m roar All sa1ls ahead'
I was now qu1te forgotten 1n the excltement so I went out on th
deck Here a totally dlfferent scene met my eyes On each Slde of the
deck I made out the outhnes of cannon and I could see the men d1s
trlbutlng powder and shot The rumble of the cannon could shll be
heard and lookmg ahead I saw a dull red glow wxth a burst of flame
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'xt tlmes I now reahzed that we xvere go1ng to take part m a naval
battle At fn st I thought of escapxng then I began to wonder whom
the captaln would hght for
Suddenly a sh1p broke 1nto flames and I could clearly see the
whole battle It appeared as tho the Ameucans were gett1ng the
xvorst of lt Two large B11tlSh vessels wlth long range guns were
firmg at the Amer1can vessels from a d1stance whlle several smaller
vessels we1e engaged at close range
We sfuled sw 1ftly ahead w1th no hghts Everythlng was qu1et
on deck We xx e1e now headed for a po1nt d1rectly between the two
Br1t1sh vessels My hopes began to smk for I thot we were going
to take up a pos1t1on besxde these two xessels Suddenly I heard the
capt'11n call fl om the brldge Let em have 1t boys' I could hardly
c'xn1ster We had taken them by surprlse but before long shot began
to fly everywhere My rlght leg began to feel funny and I must have
famted for when I regamed consclousness I was lylng ln a bed on a
dlfferent Shlp I heard a sa1lor say that we had xx hlpped the Br1t1sh
all 11ght Then I heard a xolce that I 1ecogn1zed as that of the plrate
captaxn say They called me a plrate but I was worklng for my
count1y -xll the tlme
The speaker stopped then and sald That s about all but I have
never been able to hnd out who It was that the schooner was wa1t1ng
At th1s J1m arose and sald I w1ll end the story because you have
ended one for me The captaln of th1s shlp was my father and he
was xva1t1ng for me I had speclal messages from the government
for h1m but I have never been able to find out whether my father was
a plrate or not txll now
The old sklpper sm1led slowly and sald I thought I saw the
captam agam when you came through the door
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Tradmonal Ballads 07
THE BAG OF GOLD
NORA M CLANCY
There were two mel ry bonme lads
And these two l'ldCl16Q bold
Set out upon the1r chfmrgers gfxy
To find '1 bag of gold
I ll take lt to my lass1e fa1r
And from those bonme eyes of blue
I ll ne 61 hue look so su eet
Ill take It to my mother old
And place It ln her hands
So that she may not be so cold
But l1ve 1n a house so grand
And so these bonme ladd1es fought
About that bag of gold
And all that fightmg came to naught
For they l1e ln thelr graves so cold
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THE FATE OF TWO KNIGHTS
LP ILA HhNKLr
There u ae a bonn1e kmght 'ao fan
Who loved the queen of the land
'lhere wx 'N U1Otl1C1 kn1g,ht neu by
Who loved the queen so f:,1'lI1Cl
One thought to bung., hu gold eo bllght
Brom out 1 folelgn land
And 115, It at he1 feet eo QIT1 111
And thue to xx 1n he1 hind
The othel thought to go to xx .ir
And fight md conquer 11nd
And through hm dauntleee braxelv
To xx 1n he1 111y hand
The one xx ent ffu 1n 9011 ch of gold
Ah xes and that d1d he
But e er the d-mn of many days
He lay at the bottom of the se'1
The other fought qu1te bravely
But vt hen the battle vxae o er
HN body numbered yn 1th the slam
And he returned ne er mole
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We have lost M1sses Ogden Barge Carr Jones and Bower and have
gamed an equal number of new mstructors
Mlss Alle Roblnson who has replaced BIISS Ogden as H1story
mstructor recelved her B A degree at the Iowa State Teachers Col
lege Cedar Falls Ia She has also taken Post Graduate work at Co
lumbla Un1vers1ty New York
Mlss Gertrude E Funk mstructor ln Enghsh IS a graduate of
the Umverslty of Mlnnesota and has studled at the Un1vers1ty of Chl
cago and rn Germany
Mlss Margaret Schllchter Domestlc Sclence Teacher IS a graduate
of Stout College Menomome W1scons1n
Mr Harold W Graber the coach of our wmnmg Football Team
and head of the Commerclal Department graduated from H1ghland
Park College Des Momes Durmg h1s entlre school career he was
promment m athletlcs and the experlence he obtamed IS now benefit
tlng our team
MISS Loth successor of M1ss Bower as drawlng and penmanshlp
teacher comes here from Havana Cuba where she has spent some
The Lecture Course.
Th1s year the Hlgh School has assumed the role of ph1lanthrop1st
and has presented the Clty at large wlth an excellent SGFIES of educa
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tlonal and popular entel tfunments Under the ausplces of the Red
path Bureau a splenchd Ly ceum Course has been arranged The first
numbers of the course have been hlghly p1 used by all who attended
and we are assured that the rest fue equally good The enterprlse 1S
not undertaken by the school for galn but for educatlonal benefit
The one draw back of If ort Madlson 1s 1ts lack of an 1nst1tut1on to
yn elcome young men commg to our tovnn a Y M C A 1n Wh1Ch men
and boys may find desu able lodglng cozy and homellke Our need
for a Y W C A though gl eat does not compare w1th th1s Further
more does lt not seem too bld that ou1 athlet1c team of whom we are
so yustly proud must t 1ke 1ts v1s1t1ng team to the basement of a Hlgh
school 1n the condltlon of ours? Does not your consclence prlck you?
ls It l1kely th1s team w1ll go home yy 1th such a good 1mpress1on of us?
Let us all 1o1n together and boost and help w1n th1s
The T1mes has espec1ally 1n the last two years added to 1ts repu
tatlon as a leadmg Hlgh School Paper The present Staff 1S proud of
havmg helped the deyelopment as contr1butors and IS prepared to
make a strong effort to keep up the hlgh standard We hope that
now as 1n precedlng years the T1mes w1ll have the entlre support of
the student body and we feel sure that wlth two hundred 1nd1v1dua1
lntellects worklng for 1ts advancement our paper W1ll contlnue 1tS
steady progress along the 1nterm1nable road to perfection
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M1ss Dorothy Cook of Burl1ngton V1Slt6d school September 5
At 9 00 oclock A M Sept 5 young gen1uses were admltted
lnto th1S famous school F M H S
M1ss Alma Beach of El Paso Texas formerly of Fort Mad1SOH
renewed her acquamtance wlth her old school frlends Sept 11
The first game of the season wlth New London was a vlctory for
F M H S the score belng 39 0
Mxss Myrtle Brandes 16 was here vvlth fr1ends Sept 12
The Splflt of the Ft M boys and glrls was shown by the way
they turned out at the Burhngton game played at Burl1ngton We
found that the results of the game were dxrectly proportmnal to the
Splrlt of the schools
October 3 Mlss Gertrude Good of Ch1cago v1s1ted our school
Mlss Sarah Ham1lton 16 who started to school thxs fall at Rock
ford College IS home now on account of s1ckness
A large crowd of rooters from F M H S went to Keokuk to the
foot ball game and helped to make the score 19--O 1n our favor
M1ss Wlllard Adams 20 was absent for several days wh1le at an
Internatlonal Convent1on of the Chrlstlan Church Whlle there she
had her VOICE tested As those who have heard her expected was
told she would some day be famous
George Flnch 15 VlS1t9d school Oct 27
Mlss Mar1e Gardner has been absent from school on account of
M1ss Helen Stemple '18 was absent last week wh1le in Des Moines
at a Klngs Daughters' convent1on.
MISS Ardella D1etr1ch '17 was ln Chlcago Oct. 23.
Mlss Irene Marsh spent Oct. 23 1n Burhngton.
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On June 22 occurred the m1rr1age of Mlss Laura Lofgren to Mr
Arthur We1nhardt of St Croxx Falls WISCOHSIH the Rev J E New
som 0fl:lCl3.t1I1g The br1de w as a graduate member of Class 07
Josephlne Gableman of Marshalltown was marrxed to Dr Fred
er1ck L Wahrer 06 on June 1 1916 The ceremony took place at the
home of the br1de s parents Mr and Mrs D W Marston the Rev H
M Babm ofhclatlng Dr and Mrs Wahrer are makmg thelr home at
919 Fourth street
Emlly Hltch entertamed at a week end party at Bay VIEW Club
House September first and second 1n honor of MISSBS Mary and Jean
Hlchrlm of Wapello and Dorothy Cooke of Burlmgton Those who
enjoyed the outlng were Mlsses Grace New som Florence Tennant
Vlolet Gardner Dolothy Cooke Maly and Jean Hlchrlm and Emlly
Hltch Messrs Day and Earl New som James H1tch and Harold Ab
bot of Burhngton Mrs J M McKa1g chaperoned the party
Merle Cooper was marrled on June 8 1916 to W H Cheek of
Omaha Neb the Rev Renw1ck of Omaha OfTlCl3.t11'1g The br1de IS
a member of the F M H S class of 1912 ln Wh1Ch she took the vale
d1ctory honors They are now makmg the1r home ln Omaha
On Saturday June 3 1916 occurred the marr1age of Hazel Sar
gent, '09, and Hugh A Meacham The ceremony took place at the
home of the br1de's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W Meyers of Clay, Iowa,
Rev. J. W. Parks, pastor of the Clay Congregatlonal church, ofliclat
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Anna Dalqulst was marrled to C M Arsteln of Buhl Idaho on
May 14 1916 the Rev R M Van Patten officmtlng The brlde is a
graduate membei of the class 12 and received mention 1n the honor
11st SIHCG that tlme she has been teaching in Idaho
At the parsonage of Grace M E church of Burlington Edna L
Bedell 14 and Leonard R Crume we1e umted 1n marrlage Friday
June 16 1916 by Rev W A Longnecker Mr and Mrs Crume are
makmg their home in Burlmgton
October 13 the publ1c school faculty staff and members of the
school board were dellghtfully entertained by Superintendent and
Mls F A IVelsh Prof J A Kempkes gave an lllustrated talk on
Iowa The remainder of the evenmg was spent 1n muslc and con
At the Methodist Ep1scopal church of Winfield on June 29 1915
occurred the marriage of Vera M Patterson and John A Jessup of
Newark New York Rev R L Patterson father of the bride offi
clated Both partles were former residents of th1s city and membe1s
1n Wlnfield where Mr Jessup IS now supermtendent of schools
At the home of Mr and Mrs B C Brown Milwaukee Wis at
four oclock Tuesday June 27 1916 Mr Frank J Hull and Nelle
Crowder were united ln marriage the Rev Thomas Gardner ofiiciat
ing The brlde is well known 1n Ft Madlson graduating from F M
H S ln 1906 Mr Hull IS a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology at Boston and at present IS employed as bacter1olog1st
for the city of Milwaukee
MISS Helen Jones many fr1ends made durmg her stay here as
Domestlc Science 1nstructor of the Fort Mad1son H1gh School will
be pleased to learn of the announcement of her marriage on Saturday
October 14 1916 to Ray G Baumgarten of Bloomfield The cere
mony was performed at the home of the brlde s parents Mr and Mrs
H E Jones Wabasha Mlnn They w1ll make their home 1n Bloom
Mr and Mrs George P Anthes No 910 Third street have an
nounced the engagement of their daughter Marle Louise to Clarence
W Smlth 14 The wedding is to take place the latter part of De
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Io Saunders 09 was marrled on October 4 1916 to W1ll1am
Goldsberry oi Ottumwa Iowa 'lhe ceremony took place 1n the Pres
bytelrm church the Reverend Doctol Cllaham 0fl'lC13.tlHg Mr and
Mrs C1oldsber1y are now at home to thexr many frlends at 202 North
MdFl0H st1 eet Ottumwa Ia
On Wednesday June 28 1916 M1ss Mary Hanchett was marrxed
to Mr Malcolm McFarland Dr R H Rudd oi the Eplscopal church
offic1at1ng Mls M011 arland w as a graduate of the class of 12
On F1 1d'1y Sept 20 1916 Verna Skyles entertalned a number
of her g11l iuends at her home 1121 Slxth street Danclng was the
d1ve1s1on of the ey enmg durmg wh1ch refreshments were served
Tuesday evenmg Sept 25 1916 the JUHIOTS gave a hayrack
party They drove to VS lggengast s Grove whele marshmallows and
wxeners we1e wasted zuound a large bonfile The M1sses Terrxll and
Schllchter chaperoned the bunch
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On September 5 Capt Ekms led h1s squad of about thxrty grldz
ron asp1rants out to the Athletlc Park for the first practlce of the
Mr Graber our new coach was very much elated over the mate
r1al Wh1Ch reported for pract1ce as our squad IS composed of llght
M men most of last years second team and '1 number of new
prospect1ves The rlvalry for the posltlons IS ve1y keen as there
are so many fellows strugglmg for a place on the flrst eleven Every
player wlll have to keep flghtmg and ln tralmng to hold down lns
Our first game was wlth New London Thls game proved only
to be a practice game for us as all of our second strong men wele
glven a chance to play New London could not break thru our strong
defense or repell our OEQIISIVG attacks thus we were able to score
agamst them almost at wlll The score ended vuth F M H S 39
New London 0
Ft Mad1sons Lxneup Phelan r e Wayland r t Woods r
g Marsh c Spencer l g G1lham l t Young l e Nlggemeyer
qb Abel l b Klrkhoff r b Capt Ek1ns f b
Touchdowns Abel Ek1ns Nlggemeyer Young and Klrkhuff 1
Goals from touchdowns Ek1ns 3
September 30, the Crlmson and Black, accompanled by about
150 rooters departed for Burlmgton to clash wlth the strong Orchard
The game started Wlth Burlmgton klcklng off to Ekins, who re-
turned the ball for a good gain Our boys playlng wlth the determina-
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tlon of beatmg last year s Southeastern Iona Champlons commenced
a steady march tow 11d the1r goal Ekms and K1rkhuff plowed thru
the opposmg lme lt ease XNl'lll9 Abel wlth a thlrty yard end run for
a touchdown upset all Burlmgton s hopes of holdmg last year s cham
pronshx 9 Mmdlson falled to klck goal 'Ihe ball was agam put ln
play and C1lh-1m our sturdy left tackle TCCOVQIIHQ a fumble flew
twenty yards fo1 our second touchdown He was followed a few
mmutes later by Abel crossmg the lme for another In the second
qualter the ball was svx ay ed from one s1de of the field to the other
w1th nelther team scormg At the end of half the score stood Ft
Mdd1SOH 19 Burlmgton 0
Burlmgton came back strong m the next half and secured m
makmg a touchdown and a safety Hatch Abel ou1 speedy left
half made anothe1 spectacular run for h1s thlrd touchdown Nlgge
lmg h1s team llke a veteran The teamwork of Ft Mad1son was al
most perfect wlth every pl 13 er playlng h1s best
The iinal score stood Ft Mad1son 25 Burl1ngton 8
On the followmg Saturday arrlvmg at Falrfield after a long
trresome r1de the team went 1mmed1ately to the dressmg room and at
three o clock found us on the field ready for the thlrd confllct of the
season Ft Mad1son had a hard fight owlng to a crlppled condltxon
of the team several of the regulars bemg out of the lmeup After
the Hrst five mmutes of play G1lham aga1n showed h1s pohcy of
watchful Waltlng for fumbles by racmg across the enemy s goal for
our only touchdown Ekms klcked goal from a dlfficult angle not
knowmg th n It would save the game Tl-e half ended w1th Ft Madl
son holdmg the large end of the 7 to 0 score
Durmg the second half was wltnessed one of the hardest fights
ever put up by a local team Thru an unfortunate backward pass ln
the thrrd quarter Day of Faxrfield fell on the ball back of Ft Madl
son s goal for then' end of the score Falrfield mlssed goal Durmg
the last quarter Ft Mad1son was forced to use a couple of her crlpples
to hold the onrushlng charges of Falrfleld
The score stood F M H S 7 Falrfleld 6
The COT1HlCt Wlth Keokuk was our th1rd consecutlve game away
from home The game was wltnessed by a large delegatlon of Ft
In the first half Krrkhuff and Nlggemeyer each reglstered a
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touchdown for Ft. Madison, Capt. Ekins kicking goal after the first
touchdown. During the second half Phelan plowed thru Keokuk's
line for the last touchdown. The game ended with Evans and Roberts
being the greatest ground gainers for the Dam City aggregation.
Score Ft Madison 19 Keokuk 0
Line up Phelan and Schaxle end Gilham and Wayland tack
les Funk and Smith guards Marsh c Niggemeyer quarter
Abel and Kirkhuff halves Capt Ekins fullback
On October 28 the fast Milton team clme to town with the rec
ord of being undefeated This game was a combination of a tiack
meet and a foot ball game w1th Abel Ekins Kirkhuff and Johnson
the latter of Milton one of the fastest sprinters in Iona doing the
trackwork This game was one of the cleanest and fastest ever
played on the local gridiron Capt Ekms set an esample for his
team by making the 1n1t1al touchdown and kicking goal Kukhuif
lntercepted a pass and raised the score to 13 points
The second half started with Ft Madison stronger than eyer
bemg reinforced by Abel our star left half who had been kept out
of the game on account of inguries He soon became the hero
Suddenly a streak was seen dashing down the field towards Milton s
goal A hundred volces rose high into the air and as the runner
covered with dust and dirt deposited himself underneath the goal
posts another great shriek rent the air It vs as Abel who celebrated
his entrance 1HtO the game with a spectacular 50 yard run to a touch
down In the last half Capt Eklns was imured and was forced to
leave the game Woods was sent in to take his place at full and
played a great game Hatch made two more touchdowns and the
game ended with the score of Ft Madison 33 Milton 0
Ft Mad1SOH M1lt0H
Funk r Randolph
Poepsel r e Be
N iggemeyer Johnson
Ekms fCaptJ f b Kays
Referee Noelke of Burlmgton
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A large number of members of the class of 16 are attendlng
pronnnent 1nst1tut1ons of learnmg scattered throughout the country
as may be seen ln the 11st follovs mg
Goldman Iowa C1ty Marlon Hamllton Iowa C1ty Everett Jack
Iowa C1ty Orr1n Johnson Iowa Falls Ia Chas Lyen Iowa C1ty
Erma Knemeyer Iowa C1ty Vera Newell Cedar Falls Ia S1mon
Schlueter Iowa C1ty Cralg Sheaffer Dartmouth N H Robert
Casey Tr1n1ty College Hartford Conn John Amborn Champalgn
Ill Paul Shreves Iowa C1ty Joseph Thomas Chlcago Unlverslty
Blodwm Wllhams Emporla Kansas
M1ss Els1e Ernst 11 was m'1rr1ed to Mr Harold Wherry Paul
at SIX P M Thursday October 26
Mr Herbert M Dudley 12 and M1ss Emma June Watson were
marrled August 10 1n Chlcago
At elght oclock Tuesday evenlng Sept 12 1916 at the Flrst
Methodlst Eplscopal church of Iowa C1ty Mr Fred Hanchett 14 and
M1ss Gladys Thompson of Iowa C1ty were marrled
On August the first at e1ght P M MISS Leah Cassldy 16 and
Mr George Hoffman were qu1etly marrled at the parsonage of the
If 1rst Baptlst church by Rev Cash
Ben Goldman 16 who IS attendmg I S U returned home on the
twenty second and spent the week end
Gardner Carlson 15 was here from Iowa C1ty and attended the
foot ball game wxth M1lton
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The Crest Creston Iowa You1 annual was '1 very classy booll
The semor cut deserves spec1al comment The only part that mxght be
C11t1C1Z9d lb the class hlstory sectlon VVhy not use only the semor
The Purple and Glay Burlmgton Iovxa Your papel IS vely
1nte1est1ng as usual Come agam you are always welcome
Pebbles Marshalltown Iowa The cover deslgn IS very app1o
prlate Why don t you lmprove your cuts?
The E hoes COUHCII Bluffs Iowa You have a very clever
paper the stor1es are very mterestlng and the Jokes ale excell nt
Your orgamaatlon speak well for your school
Oracle Bangor lVIa1ne An lmprovem nt ln cuts would be a
good ldea We are glad to see you are xntelestcd IH publxc speakmg
The Fcho Dubuque Iowa The cuts are splendld The story
Seven to Slx IS worthy of much pralse
Tlmes Fort Madlson Iowa You have an attr-1ct1ve 'mnufxl
The mate11al IS excellent and well arranged Newtoma hevston
An unusually fine annual was recexved from the Folt M-wdlson
High School, Fort llfI3dlSOl'l, Iowa. The culs ln thxs classbook ale
worthy of special note belng quxte unusual for a school of thls SIZE
The ed1tor1als falrly snap w1th "pep" and g1ve ev1dence of verltable
"l1ve WITGSH on the staff We wxsh also to heartwly commend the cw
ample proffered of keepmg tab on the alumm Thclr alumm recolds
date back as far as 1881. Besldes the varlous departments several
clever stor1es found places ln thls most excellent classbook " "The
Echoes," Councll Bluffs, Iowa
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We xx ere supposed to haxe an extra coach the day xve xxent to
Burlmgton for the game ll hen the lZ1'3.1I'l pulled ln seelng no coach
for us somebody xelled 'W hue s our extr 1 coach? And L W yelled
back O there s M1 Kempkes he s our extra coach
Mr K fPh3s Ceogb Irene xx here do you get your dates?
A M I ll bet fm mekle the name of that plece 1S The Tramp
W H Hovx can xou prove 1t'?
A M There s a slgn up there that says so
W H Yes but I don t behexe 1n slgns
M1ss R fH1Qt IVJ They xx ere 'mfr-11d of a mlsunderstoodmg
VVe are expectmg to be dellghtfullx sul prlsed some mornxng by
the appeal ance of G L W to g,1xe us a concert vxxth h1s toy horn
A M CPsy chol J Almost every glrl has an 1deal man but they
seldom eve1 get them
F P couldn t thmk of '1 1u1e fLat ID so he sald Well anyway
It s somethmg l1ke a peanut
F P at foot ball D1 actxce lookmg at a boy xxho had Just klcked
a foot ball xx 1th hls left foot O look that boy IS left handed
V G I haxe '1 bo1l 1n my ear
F R Hovx d1d It get IH there?
A S holdmg up a map of the U S Say show me Where Peru
IS I can t find It
H H 1n Latm III I have SIX feet
Everybody after the cold spell 0, hoxv by nose 1S ruddmg
THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES
G K ln Eng I Lord Nelson was p1 1me mlnlster of the Engllsh
MISS R Who were the free men vsho came over 1n the May
H H The ones who xx elen t mfzrrxed I suppose
Mlss L m Art Cllss What would be cons1stent w1th a basket
of potatoes 1n '1 p1ctu1eP
D G A barrel of Mohsses
To be szmq to the tune of Yankee Doodle
And then our team 1ust romped away
And made a great blg score
Untll we felt so very glad
We couldn t yell some more
Fellows fellows keep It up
Don t let them get a score
And we w1ll do our vely best
To make a great b1g roar
D D to Mr Weeds It don t sound 11ght 1f we smg
Mr W Well no wonder stay out then
E H GIVE me your blelstlft
M M fwho has never taken any Germany Glve me a fly stlck
MISS R fAm Hlst D What have you on Conway Cabal?
W M Nothmg
Mlss R to A Van H What have you?
A Van H The same as Walter
MISS T What IS that d1r 'P
P R You
H S Churches ln England had so much control over the peo
ple that they even contlolled blrths deaths and marrlages
A slgn IS needed very greatly at present to be put above the sw xtch
whxch turns on the electr1c1ty for the bell M1ss Robmson and Mxss
Terr1ll both earnestly request that someone be so k1nd as they both
would enforce the use of such a contrwance M1ss Robmson turns
the SW1tCh on and forgets to turn lt off and Mlss Terrlll forgets It IS
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THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES
Jas Phlshe s R1de
LOLIS KOCH PAUL B VVHALLON
th ZINC mcoqnzfzmz of fha famous John Galpml
Jae VV xx 'ma a pedxgogue
In Machson on the Rlxex
A competent 1Il'wt1llC,tO1 he
Ae LY91 L1 mlxul 1 ihxver
Herr Phmhe Q xx 1fe send to h1m Jamee
Tho HIVX era fue so cheap
Yet stxll xxe xx zlk up Denrnalk h1ll
V. h1ch 18 both long and steep
And Qf1'11bl'1llXX lj ehe d1d tlx out care
A Phoul Lt len5,,th sufiiced
F01 tho qhe xx as on pleasule bent
Her nnnd xx xg on the p11Qe
Then on a xaunt Hum Phxshe d1d start
To Keokuk he xx ould go
Tho the lllXNG1 xx ae '1 lxttle ehy
It landed Qule but sloxx
All turned out xx ell the game xx as xx on
The tlme to lefxxe ?l11lN6d
Quoth Wlxs Phlshe Oh xxhat dellght
So sw1ftly home to drlxe
Unhappy speech unlucky boast
Alas fo1 the pool ihxxer'
For 1n the right flont tlre d1d run
A gl eat blg cast non sllxer
So lan they 1n upon the r1m
Into oul buax toxxn
And xx hele they left that brlght A M
Thev once agaln got doxxn
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THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES
11011 Hoch du I1 11 L1 111111 but he
J1s Ph he hoch to hlrn too
And 1.111611 hc next doth t 11 e 1 tllp
M11 11e be thele to XICKX
Plea to Poesy
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I'1e111e C'oc1c1us Ch11d ot f1ney
Lend th1 1l1Spl1'!.tlOI1 0 me
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Clothed IH t81IT'1m embe111t11te
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V1he1e the Q11 eetewt SOllj.,b1IC1S ho1e1
Lend me 1nt0 YYOOC11 L1IC1S qtlflylllg
Thele 111th f'1111 folk '1 m 111113,
I sh'111 11nd f1 11011111 g, udcn
L'lkEQ ot de11 'md scents of Alden
Thele 111th 111 the 1101141 behlnd me
I a S11 eet content sh'111 11nd me
'lhele I11 meet '1 f111y rnuden
W ho 11 hear my accents 111 1011. 11den
Oh Poesy 1 lend '1n 1dded glorv
V1 hen I tell the old old atom
AQ the 0ce'1n h1des 1ts cm 11
So thxs t11e LO11C91.1S th1s mol 11
If neu' bed tlme 1011 11 oul ffun e'1t
Do not ehoose 1 ple 01 mxneeme 1t1
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Grand Upera House and llrpheum Theatre
THE HOME OF HIGH CLASS THEATRIO
AL ATTRACTIONS AND FEATURE
PARAMOUNT METRO FOX TRIANGLE
BLUE BIRD AND GOLD ROOSTER
G O E AMUSEMENT C0,0WNERS
D0 D D P NTING G0
GHRIST AS AND
EW YEARS GREETI GS
In FORT Nlnnlson
Ann mvma You 'ro cm. no ss: 'men
114 MARKET STREET.
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THE HIGH SCHOOL TIMES
Merr11y It Goes 'Round
To a sprxghtly clty m the West
A C'L1Il1X 11 clme one d xy
And all the town w as bughtly dressed
The people happy and gay
On the mel ry go round all had lots of fun
The young and old as well
But before the week was ended
A grave dlsaster fell
They folded thelr tents and loaded the1r cars
They had no tlme to waste
For the U S cops were after them
And they left the c1ty m haste
The Foot Ball Team
We have a dandy foot ball team
Of v1ctor1es we ve scored four
Each man seems to have sufficlent steam
To wm as many more
When New London came to our 'town
The very first game to play
We made so many touch downs
They surely rued the day
The Burlmgton game went much the same
To everyone s surprlse
In Keokuk and Faxrfield We won more fame
To our pep we put them WISE
Of future laurels we feel qu1te sure
Our record we hope to susta1n
If other teams to our town we can lure
Well send them back wxthout galn
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1102 Front St Phone 786 Y
FORT MADISON IOWA
'he .Warne UHIUAGUAN
on a MANS shoe IS a guaran
tee of goodness
Ther s Just one word that wxll
best descrxbe the new fall and
wmter 1 ne FAULTLESS
If you want shoes above the
ordmary yet not costly when
style maternals and Workman
sh p are consldered ask for
our Steel Calf Speedway
Let us prove what we say ns
Eltman Shoe Store
Dodd Prmtmg Co
' Prmters of the Times
Our Hzgh School has the
foot ball team zn south
WE HAVE THE BEST
615 Front Street
We furmsh repaxrs for any
make of Stoves or Heaters.
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FRED H. WHITE, Shoe-
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Maker of I-Irgh Grade
P H O T O S
As a Chrrstmas G1ft
nothmg equals our
IN A PIANO Dalnty Jewelry
To get Vose Quahty
1n P1anos at V o s e
Prxce You Must Buy
a Vose P1ano
Come xn, see and
hear our Player P1
anos We carry a
Ever one admxres pretty
Je el y
If well selected t shows
good taste a. d
ADDS MUCH TO YOUR
We 11 be GREATLY
PLEASED to ha e you
come to o r Store and
look over the new de
sg s nn Je elry Slver
a. e C tGlass and Hand
Pamted Ch na. that we
a. eno sho ng
Sheaffer Jewelry and Sheaffer Jewelry and
MUSIC C0 and Muslc Co
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We are Still at it
Assembling unheard of values in
Holiday Goocls---And have now
X on display Great Values in ....
FURNITURE and HOME FURN
ATTRAFUVE LOOKING CUT
CLASS novelhes at extra low pnces
M E T Specral pnces on new and up to-date
Remarkable values m a new lrne of
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1030 FOURTH STREET C A M B O R N
Bltumlnolu coal coke Genuine
Lchlgh valley 7 my Valley
and Scranton Smlthlag
Anthnctto a' n' d w 0 0 d Coal
Kiln Oillct Brlllcll Olllcl
1026 Front Fort Madison' 1235 Fourth
Phono 81 ll Iowa Phono 251
DR F C RUBP RTS
Phg SICIHD and 511109011
Dr F A XX OUDNIANSL
DR F C CA RD
Osteopathlc 1 hyblclan
Resxde ce and Offnce 629 Th d St
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220 Pme St eet
DR W C KASTENI
ID seases of Wo a d
Ch ld e
8171 Second Street
Real Estate, Loans and In
Rooms 3 a d 4 Lee County Bank Bldg
DR E P HALLN
Lee County Savxngs Bank B ldxng
Purne A Seelv D L Ph C
Member of U C A Graduate of
Head James Block
MODEL B ARBLR SHOP
Four Chaxrs Baths
630 Second Street
Phone 382 Lady Ass tant
S P TELFORD D C
lOver Zen' s Dry G ods Sto el
12 1 t 6 m
Office hours 9 to a m o p
Acute and Chromc Deseases
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Dr' C A SJCdI1CV1PL1,1l6I
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Dr It M S1011 L
7261 Second Street
e Shaeffe Je el y Sto I
DR J NI HOBBS
Su te 4 Fo tMad so S gs Bank Bldg
Fo tMad so I
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Attorney at Lam
HRS C W FLBANKS
Wlldloot Sure Cure for
705 Front St eet
CLO P AC B A1N1HLb
R911 I state and IHSIIFEIUCG
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Shave? Well Holy Smoke now could I ' Phere wasnt any hot watt!!
or soap' Henry now uses
U LAVO Shavnnq Cream
REQUIRES NO SOAP BRUSH YVATER MUG or TOWN EL It s the modern qulckest Way of shavmg
Comes xn tube form Sxmply rub tn shghtly mth your Fmger and commence shavmg wlth any good razor
Recom ended by tho sands now usmg xt A mystery to you perhaps but once used you ll not go back
to mu bru h soa w te etc
Buy LA VO shav ng cream You need no hot water and saves bother of brush mug and soap Use
wmth any good ra or
Sold by leadmg druggxsts and dealers 1n Collet artrcles everywhere Get a tube today and gnve xt tnal
15 AND 40 CENT SIZES OR SENT POSFPAID BY
Geo H Schafer 8 0 WH' "mg
Port NlRdlB0ll lu A
1 HAVE LEASED THE A J
Grand Barber Shop
FIRST CLASS WORK
Halr Cuttlng a Speclalty
C H MILLER
1006 Front Street
Offxce Phone Res 929 Fourth St
75 M Phone 192 M
And Candles for the
Lone Star Lunch Room
CHAS. BRIER, PROP.
THE STUDE TS FOR THEIR
Sm: u.uAnn Pnlons
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A regular bank book where your deposlts 1n any
amount are entered as you w1sh upon wh1ch you can
wxthdraw money any txme you deslre and where 1nt
erest IS allowed tw1ce per year January and July FIFSIV
The Savmgs Book Account 1S the recognlzed start to
a fortune 2 OOO of our customers have Savmgs Books
and the1r total deposlts are over S200 OOO OO
START YOUR SAVINGS BOOK ACCOUNT TODAY
coRNER F0 ' OPEN
SECOND AND MADISON SATURDAY
PINE mlm EVENINGS
HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING IN THE MEAT AND
GROCERY LINE ALL MERCHAND SE UARANTEED
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COURTESY oUR THREE
Service BU E S 0 HER S MARKETS
and You always get
Qualltf' 53 econd Street value rece1ved
h t 11 1327 Front Street h
W a Yo 2637 Santa Fe Ave A ere
find at GIVE us a trlal
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We ask for a comparslon of our 11nes of Merchandlse Wlth any
Other Brands on the Market
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