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N t , Q X - iffxxx Rego jg ev zaza frm OUR FOUR YEARS OF HIGH SCHOOL HFLEN STLMPI' L Probably the proudest tame IH the chnldhood memorxes of the class of 18 was that day of dawnmg reahzatuon that very soon we were tobe enrolled as members of that famous and much admlred plle of brick and mortar at the corner of Tlnrd and Maple called F M H S Thxs day was inversely proporhonal to the day on whnch our bashful ngnorant faces shone forth luke stars from the first four rows of the assembly ffor we were many ln number and mighty m deedsl Were we not justxfled m smxlmg for did we not have the notable dxstmctxon of bemg the very Greenest freshxes who had ever been permltted to the honorable seats set apart 1n thxs great mstltutxon for just such 1nmates as we? But we followed the old saylng A poor begmmng means a good end tof course emphasxzmg the latter part Talkmg about dustlnctxons I mlght mentxon one more w1thout bormg you or remmd mg you of nts hugh numerxcal attachment It IS that of our havxng had as one of our number our beloved prmcrpal Mr J W Fxsh For upon seemg the wonderful materxal portrayed 1n those countenances whnch were supposed to be the greenest of all those two hundred wh1ch met hxs first glance at the assembly room he fully and qu1ckly declded to enter thus school of learnmg wxth us and make hls home m our beautlful lxttle lakeslde cxty One allow ance for thus member we w1ll have to make he was the bnggest freshxe but not the greenest Our upper classmates all feel very much lndebted to us for such wonderful help towards securmg such a competent leader We have also proved the honor due us tn havmg kept hxm for our prlnclpal through all but the last semester of our hxgh school days In the first year of our gentle career we showed our most studnous hab1ts and our love for school hours by holdmg an addxtnonal sessxon from four P M untzl seven thxrty P M We even sacrnficed our evemng meal nn order to seek out from the number of susplclous characters the one gunlty of the offense Near the mxddle of the year the general course of events was agam seasoned wlth an unusually spxcy Hallowe'en party Our ornglualxty and good taste were here well dxsplayed m our nxfty costumes as well as ln the gentle treatment of the "treatable eats" We feel sure, however, that 1f a few ptneys had been used for the purchasmg of some rubber ball and the energy exerted 1n haulxng to the place of entertamment, a bucket full of smooth, oozy mud fm the rnght proporhons of dnrt and water, sultable for makmg mud PICS, so much of the eatlng maternal had not been used for subshtutes fOh' house wnves the famxharuty of that last wordl lc :QL nfl: rl 29 It ,lf my ng ,fr cc ,ln fr' 'if H H or H- f we eww- -we - f' Q: . 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I 1 - ' Y la 'Sigel f1?2!ffQ,Jl'tj YWHSZQQLLW SOPHOMORE5 After a three months rest durmg the summer of 1915 we returned to school wxth bxams well rusted from lack of use and ready to take upthedutles ed much pralse for our good work along thls lnne and buzlt up a regxon ot No man s land between us and our new brothers and sxsters Durxng tlus year the soclal s1de of our nature began to show ntself and we were very pleas antly entertanned by a few of our fellow classmates at a masquerade ball at the Marquette Although most of the gxrls may have lumped durmg the even mg the boys were the ones to favor thexr stxlts by lxmplng the tollowmg d xy Then ah' sad fate' when the moon led us astru by nts sentrmenttl charms to a moonlxght hay rack party lhe roll call on the followxn 1 morn mg however showed full attendance so All 1s well that ends well I do not wnsh to enumerate too many of our vnrtues but one more rs qulte essentmal our unparalled bravery To find oneself suddenly smttmg nn a great hall rn utter darkness 15 quxte shock enough to the normal heart but to hear a shrxll voice plerce the stxllness wxth Turn on those lxghts you cowards rs almost enough to frrghten even us However we soon recovered realmzxng that nt was only the affrlghted cry of one of the members of the class of 16 No perm an ent 1n1ury resulted JUNIORB We fmally landed on the shore of an eventful and enjoyable ye mr wlth more sense than money But thls handmcap was wlth tactful hand very easnly placed rn the wood box of our worrxes 1 jxtney carnival or what would be more approprlately named a rolhckxng round of tun filled our treasury wrth the much coveted preclous metals Let no one ever fool you mto to be 1lCVll'lg there rs no fun 1n hard manu al labor Ask any ot the membt rs of the class of 18 and they wxll tell you that IS a questmon wnth them whether they or those who attended the affaxr had the more fun But there' how could any one expect such a jolly good class as that of 18 to do anythmg tut enjoy enther work or play' By passmg unto our thmrd year of hxgh school we had also thoroughly lnltxated ourselves mto football and lts w1les Daddy handed out many quarter dollar for us to go and see our boys help take the bxg end of the score For not once dld we do otherwlse What was the result? F M H S won the Southeastern Champnonshxp Then came the eventful days of the graduation of our schoolmates,o1l lug our rmaglnatxons and causlng orlglnal clever stunts. whmch we very cun lt fol 5 Inf ul X0 If Jng lol J' If ' ' ' I if - - - --- f - ,.a. ,- V , -, Ir Y 'Q . H. My AA Y k W i Y Y - -, rj 'C' ' FJ:-,Y -Tr' " N r ' ' g' V ', -as ,fig , 1 , fx, -2 I .1 - ' W V.-1-fix -' 1' 425:11 -. ', c 'r 1 a .-1-.f',,.., fasfs 1. A-L-X: r sbxa' -'Lfft f I W lil' ', y "v.JI 1 nk X V 1 Ls, s L- X 1 1. gym Q- 'f If QW ,M . ., I K 1 B C r 1 ' ks of making fun of the new tenants of our last year apartments. We receiv- .I ' ,q 1 -4 s s I I s , , N - 1 I 4 I F- s '- V . ' ' . ' ' . 2 - r 1 2 . I 1 r - , bs . C , , . ' . . 7 ' ' 6 el fi? izhriiimre re umgly pulled otl on our Senior friends We even invented a splendid re 1 son for tarrving par rsols indoors It w ms xlso our honorable privilege to teach our friends and classmates the w ry to attract attention at a public meeting as well as to give them a good example of our sympathetic treatment of enemies who advance into our do As in ill else we m ade 1 splendid suecess of the banquet and dance viven in honor ofthe Seniors and unong ourselves enyoyed many social events Among them w ts the day upon which we very ceremonrously accert ad the cup of knowledge handed to us with all sincerity by the departing Seniors At our annual hayrack party the most notable event was the rain of watermelon rinds which was so kmdlv showered upon us The senders may not lrxve known th tt we hrd ample supplies to feed upon when our stom tchs dict tted SENIORS 'lo our last years service we were proudly called in the fall of 1917and stood ready to mount the lrst tli ht of st urs to the pinnacle of suceess Our football season again proved a gallant success and the honor of Southeastern championship winners w as once more awarded the gridiron fighters ln honor of this notable event we played the part of hosts and hostesses at 1 banquet at Young s Late tor all the champions of the pigskrn Witlr many 1 frolic and a little study we soon tound ourselves facing our own lurnprng place but fullv prepared With eves and ears open we patiently waited for trouble Upon finding none we discovered that we h rd for otten all Juniors were not as wide awake as we had been However no sleeping prevailed after or within the week beginning April 22nd and end mg April 26th On Monday the fair sex of the High School were very start lingly reminded of wash day by the appearance of the Senior grrls in sleeved aprons and the remainder of the hr h school population of the time to dig in the garden by the overalls displayed on the Senior boys Tuesday there was something in the air which popped in the tor 11 of Senior entertainment before our Junior bophmore and Freshm an audience Wednesday all activites ceased and the hachet of animosity between the two classes was forever buried And now we stand at the top of that last flight of shining stairs where a backward glance shows the four flights with each preceding one better than the last and where a forward look sights only a mist of hidden knowledge and unknown adventures It QOL :uc rl S1 It :Nt 101 ll IK, .Ai , AIA, Y Y V V V- ff'-T tg' B Y Y V X, A Hx-.XA I .Hoi-IPM ,I f - ,. , a-,,.'N-Avrsbr -mi :t .' ,435 :lv K ,, i j ' - , if i r Alrjv ', , -'14-.-x',,4f-"M-1 t 2 W , .rw A s jv,j't Q- rf , , i,.2f3,44 7f,e:,5,a x . 1 . L ' ' " ' ' I V ' 'Z f .2 U .'. z z ' ' ' ' ' . 2 r r 1 ' 1 ' ' 5 . ' main As a side issue our Junior "choir" rendered a few splendid "yells" ' 2 1 z ' . ' . 9 z S '. z , ' . - , ', ' . ' . 1 1 ' r ' iw is I is ks r ' 1 1 . 1 1 1 A 1 r ' Z, . . . 1 L s ' ' , ' ' ' 1 K N I I In Worst Wzth The Faculty as 5 lf.-.Q fm fzgivfff HOW THE CLASS VGTED THE BoYs Best Athlete lvo Nlggemeyer Most Popular Ray Slllllll Dzd Most For the Sehool Merle Myers Most Influential Phxlmp Muller Best Stand ln Wzth The Faculty Geo Conmdt Wm Gr ll Handsomest Thinks He Is Best Dresser Soelal Lzght Wzndzest Biggest Blutfer Hardest Worker Biggest Nut Best Natured The Most Optlmzstu. The Most Pesszmtstu. The NOlS69f The Most Absent Minded The Nervzest The Best Excuse Waker The First to be Married The Blgvest Sponger The Best Muszuan The Best Vocalzst Best Publzc, Speaker Favorite Actress Favorzte Breakfast Food Ray Smxth Merle Myers Mer le Myers Merle Myers Paul B Whallon Phxl M1ller Geo F Lonradt Rodney Stem James Spencer Edwm Oppenhexmer Geo Conradt Ivo Nuggemeyer Chas F Hughes Merle Myers Paul Whflllon Gr.1nv1lle Jacobs Paul B Whallon Wm Graf Ray Smlth Phnl Mxller Marguerlte Clarke Grape nuts Ifavorzte College Ft Madlson Busmess College THE GIRLS The Most Popular Hulda Schlueter Dzd Most For The School V1da Skyles Best Stand ln Wzth The Faculty FernAndrews In Worst with the Facutlv Wxnme Glaha lo' vllf 'T sz If Jilf com 6,370 -1- A feeee -w l--f ----F A QESELH gf fl . , A ' Q, t.'.t" 4 f.QfI?'Qll:?4xw!'TlirV ' f . 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Wfl---1111 12011. 111 1111 1 1 W 1 1 1 .15 1 J 1 'I fEhf'a11m5f' X THE MARCREAM CIRCUIT IDX Scm Ur T WAS JUNE rn the ye 1r 1930 llre F 1st Bound Spec11I was roar rngf rts w 1y thru the country We the world known M 1rt re 1m conrrng down rn torrents but rn the Specr 1l 1ll w IS brrghtness and cheer And now you are prepared to ask What rs thrs Marcre un Crrcurt' Oh ves you have he 1rd of rt It rs unrvers1lly known but p1trence 1nd I wrll tell you 1 story In the ve1r 1918 a certarn class gr1du1ted from the Hrffh School of Ft Madrson Iowa Thrs partrcular cl'1ss had always been especr rlly noted for rts brrllrancy and queer enough rts love for one mother After 0r1duatron thev wrshed to organrze a Crrcurt but rt was at th lt tune too e 1rly so each member proceeded on hrs or her w 1y vowrng to meet agam and drscuss those plans Years afterward they came together and that w IS when the name Mtrcre 1m orrgrn tted All of the members seerng the ll11OL1I'1t of talent they had decrded un1mrmously to organrze 1 comp 1nv of professron 1ls M21 roon 1nd cream h 1d been therr cl rss colors consequently when the questrorr of namrng therr Company arose they merely combrned these two rnto Mar cre llll 1nd named and rnrtrated rt The MITLTC rm Crrcurt That rs the hrstory of the Crrcurt and I shall take you on board our Specral and present you to our artrsts You say you would lrke to see the wonderful man of brarns who rs the drrector llld he'1d of our Crrcurt That IS whom everyone wrshed to see frrst for he rs known the world over for hrs superhuman abrlrty for management There he srts on the rrght srde see hrm talkrng so decrsrvely and busrness lrke' lhat rs the great George Conradt Perhaps you c 111 remember th 1t was hrs most rn 1rked ch 1r1cter1strc rn old Hrgh School Days That woman just behrnd hrm there rs MISS Alma Berens She rs 1 woman of wonderful busrness 1brl1ty 1nd gryes us her servrces as secreta y to the Manager Do you see that man Conradt IS talkrng to the one wrth the hrgh forehead I-Ie rs our Advertrsrnv Man 1ger and 1lso one of our noted speakers Mr Paul B Whallon Before jornrng thrs Company he was one of the lerdrng Edrtors of the country and consrdered the leadrng journalrst of the day We certamly corrsrder ourselves very lucky rn berng able to secure hun Besrdes edrtor and rournalrst he rs 1lso poet and humorrst That group of young women there cornprrses one of our numbers con srdered by cr1t1csto be of the greatest educatronal value It rs called the Teacher's Club and rs composed of erglrt college women whonr everyone has C IOI Jn: rl 36 It BML 101 rl Wu. " ' " ' 'U , "-2 -2 ' ' I' -7 . ' -, "1 Lia ill p' 2. . ,.'grQi',4if4E ffm A 'sz -we I vs I 2 , '1 2- 12 ' ' '-wi,-,-. Q2 Nljl- 'S-'y , ' Ez, -.. '. ' ,, '. 'f' ,tid 4 'f ,x - ff '- ,f Vf-. Q- "uf aims' I-IU , 2 1 . f'1'rcR W ' Hmm' , ' 2 . T -2. '2 - ' Q 2 3 , , ' 2 ' 2 Circuit," were on our way to the Coast. Outside the rain was . I .. j ' 2 ' F ' .2 . 2 ' ' I 2 2 J :-- I 2 , ' ' 2 2 ' 'g . ' . I '. ' 2 . 2 2 2 '2 . . . l V 1 . K Z . A S Z - 1 .sn ' 2 2, ' 2 2 2 5 2 , ' 2 ' . 2 ' 2 2 l ..' 2 .. 2 - 2 ' ' 2 ' 2.2 ., , 1 5 ' - . 1 C t r -I T . r ,T .. .C ' . . .5 . 2 K . . ? . 1 c 4 I c K . .xl .', A . A . . ' 2 2 ' 2 ' 3 2 2 2 '. ' ' ' .' H2 "'2 . . ' Y . , , - . . ' " 2 ? '. g ' 2 ' 2 2 2 - . 2 2 . . , 2 i Q . 'FEV W 'M aaa heard MISS Fern Andrews IS the manager of thls company Her sub ject IS How to teach Latln Do you remember she was the Valedlctorlan of the 18 class' She was always studlous maklng a speclal study of Latln l'lle second member IS Mlss Clara Flscher whose authorlty on Publlc Play grounds IS unquestloned Next come two women who are especlallylnfiuen tlal MISS Maude Welllngton and MISS Verna Glbbs Thelr subjects are Rural School Teachlng I'hese two everyone declares have helped the rural school systems lmmensely The subject Klndergarten Work IS ably taken by MISS Lolllse Auge She always dld declare she would become a Klnder garten teacher and she certalnly has made a success of lt MISS Barbara Auwaerter IS the speaker who talks as advlsor to young glrls on What college after Hlgh School? She IS experlenced and almost every glrl knows of her and seeks her advlce Another tOplC glven very CXpl1Cltly by Mlss Marguerlte Kuhlmelr IS Why a Commerclal Course ln I-llgh School7 The last number of thls famous company IS MISS Loulse Relflnach whose subject s Normal Tralnlng Muslc MISS Relffnach IS expeclally good and everyone should hear her Thls next group of people here IS the colllpany called Professlonal Ar tlStS It lS composed of SIX ofthe best artlsts of the day Mlss Florence Ten nant lS the dlrector and also contralto slnger of thlS company MISS Ten nant IS everythlng she should be and IS consldered a great artlst by every one lhe sololst IS MISS Freda Gehm You have heard of her of course' She has had conslderable experlence along thls llne havlng sung ln the Metropolltan Opera Her accompanlst and also the planlst of the com pany IS Mr Wllllanl Grar second only to Paderewskl We all knew he had talent away back ln l-llgh School days when he used to play Hawallan Dreams Then we have two great elocutlonlsts ln thls land whom everyone IS dellffhted to hear They are MISS Glaha and Mlss Helen Houston Mlss Glaha you know won first jlace ln the Declamatory Contest ln F M H S She wa always de lared to have lmlllense talent It was MISS Houston who gave the dellghtfully droll readlngs before the Llterary Socletles Stlll another number of the company IS Southern Melodles by MISS Ruth Mack She SlngS all of the old favorlte Southern songs whlch every one loves and appreclates One admlrable company of the Cll'Cl1llCOUSlStS of those two men across the alsle lhey ale Mr Phllllp Mlller, Ex Senator, who speaks on varlous subjects and lOplCS of the day As alwavs he IS a clear and forclble speaker whom everyone enjoys llstenlng to Mr Ray Smlth IS the other speaker, whose subject lS, 'When I was Governor " From the tlme Mr Smlth took a Governnlent josltlon at Washlngton soon after graduatlng, we predlcted a great man's llfe for hlm, and he has verlfled our predlctlons havlng held the office of Governor and several others ll QOL lac ll 37 lc lux lOl ll -- V -A--H' 'WYW4' ""-Z "' "" ""h"' """"'i-'- H L"Ir:'-'r' ' H .- ' f - 452 - - , f F 7 f W. 25- f . 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M Lluncy rs the rn rn rger ind also the ruthorrty on F rslrrons Yrs that w ms her most strrkrnd elrardcterrstrcs whrle rn school too 19 an ts lor tl Lomplexron rs rllustrated beautrtully by Mrss Vrdu Skyles fr Plrysrc rl L l ture student who rs noted for wonderful tomplexron l he seeret ol how to keep your Hdrr Bedutrful rs cleverly revealed to you by Mrss Mrble Busard who has rlw rys been envred every where for her be rutrlul h ur Now I wrll show you the lrrt ot the evenrng bee thrt d rpper younv Oentlem rn srttrng rcross the rrsle' He rs the wrdely known Lrrtoonrst rnd Pulmrst Mr Herald L1 Punkhouser who does suth ne rrly rnrpossrble tarts that rt le rves everyone qurte open rrroutlred He hers h id mum h exper renu. rlony, than lrrre from the trme when rn publrc p ogr rms lre ed t rkt l lt rrs crowd ol eople rno rer elt cducfrtron rl terr L the Lrrcurt lhev comprrse the bcrence Round Frbles whrch ue conducted bv Mr Jrmes bpencer Mr Spencer rs one ol the gre rtest lrvrng btrentrsts and le ads these Round Tables to perfectron Mrss hunrce Nervlor Mrss Lydrr Ku rbe Mrss Lena Krehbrll Mrss Hrldr Mxxheld M Rodney btern Mr Edwrn Oppeuhermer rnd Mrss Crr ace Wrllrdms rre the drstrngursh ed ind le trned members Most of the rudrcnce consrder these people the best and most brrllrant number on the whole Lrrcurt You m ry perhdps remember they were rll the gre rt Physrcs sh rrks rt stlrool wrth 95 And 96 marks on therr reports lhe three women just rn lront of the llStLOlllPlI1Y mentrorrnd rre tl e three noted nurses who cruse yeople to come from mrles around tt her them All three of them were Red Lross Nurses durrng lhe Crrert W rr Mrss MHFIOII Rowlrnd rn rn rger recounts .ill ol her experrences when she srw L trve servrce rn France Her two fellow nurses rre Mrss Florentellrsclrrl rrrd Mrss Lerla Henkle Iherr tlrrrllrng escapes rnd blood curdlrng rdventures are all splendrdlv told rn 'r vrvrd and brrllr rnt rrr rnner Now when thrs Lrrcurt wrs orgfrnrled dear reader we ealrled the need of h rvrng some conrp'rny purely humorous for fedr our Lrrcurt would bf. what rs termed Dry For thrs retsorr r trrst clrss tomedy conrprny was orgdnrzed urd the people whom we consrdered most trlented and frtted o those prrts were placed rn rt However just because tl rs rrurrrl er sounde Gcre rmrnqly funny ple rse do not thrnk the comedrdns must not be brrllnnt lhe c'rst rs drrected by Drrutor Merle 5 Myers whom evcryt ne knows by hrs drrnty ways md gr rceful irntrn lhe Q ist rs rs follows l O H l 8 I msc IQ .f ' i , A,-"" ' ' A""-- ----1 .l..- H- 2- , -IT rf W W' ---Ai-,V 2 NYM, L- V - ' . rf I - ng-N M1 5 r 1 ,- - ,, ' j2ff"", .2 Its. 2 " f ,I-N 16.6 -Aff - '.s ,r'q:,r4V' ' 5:2 Af H. --s' WS. h .t ' r y r ',' . .l'f' , 4 "" ps. -to rose' -21. 2 : ,' 2 "rl: , - Q' -",R?nv,--.xflxb fx? 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M l?x '61 1141, ff I L 1 1 JI 19 11 181 l l 3' LQLB I 'W ht 192 Kg? l ff, CLASS WILL OF 1918 HPRALD Fummousm E the class of 1918 knowxng that the end IS drawxng near feel that 5 It IS our sacred duty to bequeath all our knowledge and para 9 phernaha that cannot be used outslde of th1s great mstltutmon of learnmg to our successors the unsophxstxcated underclassmen In v1ew of this fact we draw up th1s document our last w1ll and testament m the presence of Eppelaneus Sharp notary pubhc To Enms Peterson we leave Ivo N1ggemeyers stand ln wlth Grace Ballmger Merle Myers book entltled W1nsome Ways for Wmnmg Women ns bequeathed to Wayne Crumley Sxlvla Fogelsong Edward Brown and Albert Woodmansee Aforesaxd book to be used Jomtly and severally by the above named partxes We do hereby bequeath bestow devxse make over to and transfer to Mxda Adams and her helrs and assxgns forever the soprano volce of Hulda Schlueter To Leonard Banta we bequeath Granv1lle Jacob s Can of Llght Karo Korn Halr Tonlc whlch he uses to keep the H165 from skmddmg off hls head upon condxtxon that he keep has hanr cropped as close as Granvxlle s untll the can of syrup IS used up To Dave Mackenzxe known to the publnc as Noxsy we leave Paul B Whallon s wltty sayxngs and by words upon condltlon that he refram from uslng the txmeworn expressxons namely How come and Nothlng prevxous To Georgla Mlzer we leave our permxsslon to call a certam member of the class of 1919 Babe We leave Charlxe Hughes peach bloom complexxon to the future socxety hon, Harvey Krebnll Verna Skykes bemg the chosen helr of her slster Vlda has first choxce to all her effects, therefore lt wxll be necessary for anybody deslrlng any of V1da's popularlty to contract for the same wuth Verna We bequeath Edward Kullowatz' bass volce to Zeh Flsher and we hope lt w1ll prove very sex vxceable especxally for callxng home the cows To Helena Coppage we leave the hvamty falr box" contalmng powder puffs, rouge, Ulavo. Jonteel preparahon etc Also a book entltled "How to W1n a Mxllxonalre ID 10lessons " To the ukalele tr1o we bequeath two sheets of the latest musxc ent1tled "When you wore a Tul1p" and DKMISSOUYI Waltz' We leave to Vada Gllt1I'lgS the elocutlonary arts of Wmme A Glaha also the excluslve right to wan next year's declamatory contest li rox ' ,nf ,I 40 If ,gt go, ,I 4 ' "' ' ""' .- , -- - -- nf f -A . -- ,V 9 -- L . . .9 1 ' -9 fi 9 isfefs - lt' . ,t N fmt-0 313: F ' ' 535: V , 4 -.-,:- , v , V' 5., 11. 'F 4. " f .fly :eff fi if--, ff -'fvfv 1211 4,2 , -ef Y K-ji, - :fx E51 ' ' 5 'I , 2.112 -4' 4 skill? "' ff '-7 'N WY fr Efi-5 FEW . " ff 4-wh 1'?9lf9G1 1? - A 1' Y 1 7 5 If ' ' ' ' . . I . 9 V ' l . , . 1 V I V - V , , , . . - V , 'ifoif tEhe'31mf5 ter Io t' 1y Kent we le1ve bequeath 1nd bestow the studrous habrts Of ltern Andrews We Her 18 1 ren 1rl three rrdes rn P1111 B Wh 1llons automobrle to rn person who e 1n sur est some deservrng soul to whom we can bequeath rrtt11s 1 1 lt Wrxr Moore we le 1ve treo L,on1 idt s busrness abrhty l w X ru lll Nl llgall we leave lvos prowess on the football Held also a sh are ru Oh those eyes ot Burhn ton All se nrors belongnng to the lxter1ry socretres leave therr share rn Robert s Rules of Order rlso the su fgestron th It thev trade some of them for 1 book on drscrplrne We wrll le 1ve Wrllra I1 Lxr1fs crrly h ur rlso hrs t1lent on the prano to fbi 000 1 me nth wrthout workmg We le 1ve to 1ll the students 89 657 gum wr 1ppers 1nd the rnformatron th rt rt only t1kes 8m1lhon to get 1 new H1 fh bcl ool We hope that by the t ue eur ehrldren 1re br enough to 1ttend Hugh School enough wrrppers w1llh1ve been srved We le1ve the frrendshrp that exrsted between lourse Rreffnach and Nlzude Wellrnqton tv Vell1 bhrkweather H111 l 1ura Dunrvan hoprng that rt wrll prove 18 everl1st1nd to them as It dld to rts former owners lo W rlter Peterson we le1ve 1 book that was our Heart s treasure en trtl1d Bug Words md How to Use I'henr We beque ltll the drmtle rn Barbu 1 Auwaerters chrn to Pearl Faeth Io Mrss belm 1 btemt el our beloved teacher we leave our pet canary bud 1nd srx volumes of 5h1kespere s rnstrratrons lOl,llI1 P l Brownell we le 1ve 1 word of pr 1rse for the many krndly acts pertormed rn behalf of the class Re lll7ll1g th lt we h 1ve so many trlvr 1l artrcles and there berng so rnanv students whose n 1mes we do not know we wrll prle all the artrcles and efteets rn the center ol the hallway and let everybody Hxve at It All par tlLlPllltS lor these tokens of our m 1gn1ficent ,generosrty wrll be requrred to we ll b wxrn gloves lhe senrors reserve the rrght to sell trckets for the bat tle roy rl when the struggle for the legacy ofthe senrors rs held lo the rest oi the tacultv not heretofore named we leave thoughts of lr ll prness tl11t1s we hope th 1t we do In wrtness whereof the sud partles of the Frrst part h1ve hereunto set then h illklf- and se rls The day and year first above wrrtten fS1gned Llass of 1918 In presence ot 1+ 1 1 el mens gh up By R15 Smrth Presldent Notarv Pubhc Notree' My commrssron ext rres lunc 30th 1918 It tO O j ' W f 'V,1,e. 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L jug 1141 It int t l 3 195,044 1 rr 131 a gif Agvggvifigg THE FOUR YEARS CF HIGH SCHGOL Hur DA Sem Urn K Ah yes we were Freshman snxty one or us there were Shy and modest were we then bold and dashmg now Yes snr' Can you too remember us 'md all the thnngs wed do' But we were of the 18 class and that would pull us thru Next we were but Sophomoxes a httle more wnse mayhap And not so much of a bore but what the matter o that' Those were the dlys you know when we took more ofa hold Dnd everythnng just so and played px tnks you could nt c 111 old Joy we come to our Junxor Year now un the year where we really count The year of our greatJ1tney Larmval where tohelghts of glory we mount Here too comes the Jumor Senxor Prom the crownmg event of the year Also the Umbrella Stunt was fun Yes we were It never fear But soon comes the end our four long ye :rs are run Wlth slxty one me began Just forty e1fht1nl1fe have begun So farewell de u old Hxgh School d lys md fxrewell dear old hall We each one go Ill dlfferent wlys so heressood luckto one and all SENIUR CLASS PLAY THE LITTLE TYCCON General Knlckerbocker one of the old tune kmckexhockers Wm Graf Alvm Barry QA young wall street brokel Afterwards the great Tycoon of Japan, Ray Smxth Rufus Ready lAlVlDYS college frlend After wards bull gull, mterpreterot the great Tycoonl Paul B Whallon Lord Dolphm Granvllle Jacobs feddy fLord Dolplnn's valet, Phlhp Mlller Vlolet tThe Llttle Tycoon Gen Knxckerhockerk daughterl Hulda Schlueter Mlss Hurrncane fChaperon to tounst maudensl Freda Gehm Dolly D1mple fV1olet's School matel VIVIAD Haeffner Montgomery fGen Kmckerhockens footmanl Ivo Nlggemeyer Lustoms House Offi1cersfFlevated menl James SPCHLCI Geo Lonradt lc lOl ' :Ha ml 42 lc :nc 193 ,y ,I t 1. l 1.1 If ' ' - ' - '41 ,-- . ff ---, "Y T ' 1- Ti, ' A ' ' f ' 'A if 'ft'-'T' T ,Ju A3 , . , A , , N 1 . ,Y . 11, X-W -le We cg. 1 J S 3 , - 'I' 1 , 'V Tug 254. , ,321 , F 1 . 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Ak 1321 JUNIQR CLASS Presldent WILLIAM MOORE V Presldent DoRo1HY HAD1-N Secretary VIOLA PAYNI- Treasurer HAJH ScHN1m-R Grace Ballanger Thelma Berdundthal Jennle Clawson Laura Dumvan Lester Glbbs Dorothy Haden Fay Kent Ameha LaFo1lette Mamle McDonald Vlola Payne Frank Poepsel Ha7el Schafer Vella Stark weather Olga Ware Leonard Banta Helen Bllderback Shelby Cosgrove Pe lrl Paeth Vada blttm Paulme Hoemg bien Klme Mildred Largent Wxllzam Moore Kathryn Phelan Ahce Rasmussen Verna Skyles Lucy Storms Hnlda Bcrens Walter Bu kwar Dorothy Doerr Lula Pxench H Lnnah Goldman fhorne Judy Alma Lachman Vxvxan Marsh Call Parker Mary Phelan Koester Schafer Irene Smxth Harold Urfer lm 101 ' Jn: 1144 If ana 101 W cc' J Sd ' Ax"gg'f7+'f4f f ' - , sw yo ' 1542 ' ff , jEg'nI xt.-xflsrt .,- , I 552' I. -yifqgd,-,'fj:f.i'j, S . 1, ' 5 . 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'll FRESH MEN CLASS Presxdent WAYNE CRUMLILY V Presxdent WALTER Pl-TERSON Secretary SOPHIA KUMLI-H Treasurer EDWARD VoLLl-Rs Edward Beelman Charlxe Bertsch1 Mabel Campbell Carrxe Cooney Frances Dudley Kathryn Guenther Rxchard Hobbs Marle Laughlxn Clara McDonald Bermce Schnelder Clxfford Thomas Edward Vollers Alxce Watson Mxda Adams Herman Brandt Elmlra Franklm Mary Roan Harold Smalley Cathernne Wxlken Walter Peterson Thusnelda Stech Marguerxte Beeson Leslne Boyles Edward Cantrxl Helena Coppage Marne Dunlap Ethel Frledhaber Margaret Johnson Hexress Lxvmgston Dale Miller Arlo Schowalter Helen Turner Frank Wallls Albert Werner Orvllle Arnold Harvey Kreblll Ennxs Peterson Vera Wnlhams Karl Stempel Albert Woodmansee Ted Strom Francns Bellows Ruth Bradshaw Kathryn Cloughly Wayne Crumley Zeh Flsher Allen Guthrle Grace Kay Norma Long Georgia Mlzer Albert Schultk Blanche Urfer Lucy Ware Edlth Whxttlesey Ellzabeth Wuebkes Mxldred Brown Ruth Gorsage Sophla Kumleh George McK1ernan Isabell Read Joel Rogers It lol ,nf fu 46 1- ,uf lOl 5 - , 'J W t Y A I i J - - - . ,. fxji "1 ,4 '-'W' w' ,1 . -1:14, 1.4 i, -vv i,,,,1vLfi5la, f .Hs . 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' I' z "' o 12 - 1 uf 1 'J f .IZ 1 1 ' ' A 1 X rmgyllih AIFM .1 1 ll" I -' . iQ' 1 HW 3: 'X YH za it 20 K'Qlbg'045ll Q1 'IQ ' 4 MEN X TIMES STAFF Top Row left to rwht Grace Ballenger 2nd Asst hdxtn nl 1 s t Jax lzil Herald Punkhouser Artist Vlvnan M :rsh Asst Atheletles Ray Snuth Athletles Arvnlli Young Artlst Geo F Lonradt Busxness Mina Center Row left to rlght Pay Kent Asst Soull Edltor Helen Houston 1st Asst hd1tO!' ln eluef Ftrn Andrews Local hdltor Nora Clancy Socnl Edltor MZFIOII Rowland Etching. hdxtor H17elSCl1no.,lder Asst Locnl hdxtor Mary Phelan Asst Alumnx lzdltor, Phll Mlller, 1 Bottom Row, left to rlght Kathryn Phelan, 2nd Asst B st Asst BUSIIILSS Manager usnness Manager, Verna Skyles, Ass't Exelnange hdztor Dorothy Doerr Asst Llterary Edxtox, Paul B Whallon, Editor lll Chlef, Hulda Schlueter, Alumni Edltor, Wlllllle Glaln, Joke Izdxtor 50 lf rox IIIK PI If ftlf 'O' JI ', -. -'U f f '-Y,'y:ij,,' . fvg HA ' 1 1 ,' ' -'wt 'L ' 'T .j" Y- v fi: I fu LfL'h1 ,:,.-q- 1 , Lf I- 1 ,J ,lat ,H l gy, -3 U, . 1. 1 Ja, -J-7 if 1 K pe 1 ' ' ' I N. , 75,5 ,f 'EX -gf - as 1' -1 f - A - 1-,fin .- A: , -xg ff, Q: 4 gy- -gf ,,.,.,,r -xx-, - . 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PAUL B WHAI lor-1 That tune ns past when the average youth graduatmg from the Hxgh Sthool felt that he had a strangle hold upon all of the knowledge ID exlstence ani felt amply fltted to hght all of Lnfe s Battles Just now 1t1s commg to be retogmze i th at a hlgh sthool educatnon IS merely the foundatxon upon whmch to rest the nobler structure of a college educatlon At thls tune and age of the world s progress a college educatlon IS not 1 luxury to be enjoyed by the few but a vntal necessity to every person who desnes to ruse above the level of IllCdlOCIlIy m l1fe Determmatxon wlll reach the hlgh places Determme to go to college next ye u for lt IS your duty not only to yourself to ll'Il prove your every op portumty but to the natlon and to all posterlty OUR BOYS IN SERVICE PAUI B WHAIION It IS wxth ajustxflable sense of prlde that members of the mneteen exgh teen Tunes Staff dedxcate thus annual nssue to members and former members of I' M I-I S now ID the servlce of thelr country The stars ln the servlce flag ID the Hmgh School Assembly represent men who typlfy the very Splflt of young Amerxca marthmg dauntlessly to meet the hosts of darkness for the battle whlch wxll decnde whether the world IS to be hberated or forever to be ruled by the brute force of the Huns In honormg the boys ln khakl and navy blue we are honorlng ourselves far more We take the passxve course and they the actlve They endure untold hardshlps and perlls that we may remam secure As they march on wxth thelr lace to the foe, our hearts go wxth them, and our prayers, that they may return wctouous to the land for whose preservatlon they have staked thenr hves thelr lortunes and everythlng that they hold dear THE OPINION FLORPNLI' TPNNANI A hugh school paper has been a long deslred and needed mstntutlon m Fort MHLIISOD, but we have always lacked some one to take the responsxbnhty It wxll take lnxtlatlve. work, tnme. and the co operatzon of all the students lt gm ,uf ,I 51 If ,Ht mol ml B I :Ig S c 1 -W ccca. - E - I 0:"Q,QfJ' f guys 1 , H,,fg.3. gl' pq f '. -I' ' '.'Q51yg'f1:i. 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' . . 1 ', ' ', ' , ' - , ' ' .. , . .i . . . , V - ' X X 5 1 1 Y Q fliizlf bf and c1t1Lens of Fort M 1d1son to m 1ke such 1n u11de1t1k1n5 1 perm ment suc cess We l11ve much futh lll the p esent st1ff huh h IS shown 1tself capable and not afr111d of work or C1ltlClSlll md we e nnestly l11 pe tl 1t tl make tl1lS paper 1 deuded success def1n1te put of Port Nl kllSOI'l H h School 1nd l1ope to be 1ble to w llCll It grow under the LllIQ.ktlOIl oi1tscd1to1s from 1tS 1nf1ncy 1HtO 1 popular well c1rcul1ted 1nd perm mently est1bl1sl1ed lugh schoolp1per However to do tl11s successfully we must h we tht sup port not only ofthe students '1ndfuulty l t ol rll the people oi l"o1t M111 1son It IS a sure and easy method of bflllislllg oux school I1LdlCl to the hearts of the c1t1zens of our Clty wh1ch we gre 1tly des1re to do The ed1tors dese1ve much cred1t and we hope th 1t thzou h them Wltll the support of all thmkmg people we m xy be able to th1nk of our school not 'is a back number but xarmg to go THE GLEE CLUB FLOKPNCP TPNNANI Three veirs 'Lgo at the begmnmg of Professor Weeks mstructxon ITIUSIC w1s pr1ct1c 1111 1. de 1d XSSLIC 111 tl1e hu h school Under h1s e 1p'1ble ausp1ces It has blossomed 1nto the l1r0est OFTIHI7 1t1on of wh1ch our school can boast The club l1'l9 steachly contmued to glOW 1n numbers lI'lLl 111 tl1e art of1pp1ec11t1ng IHLISIC' We have both a Boxs 1nd Crnls Glee Club 1n add1t1on to the regular M1xed Chorus Wl11Cl1 offers 21 V'lI1Qly to the student who 1s lnterested ID tl11s cl1ss of work Th1s 19 dec1dedlw 111 1dv1nt1f eous tr lllllll one th lt should not be overlooked The Glee Club held 1ts annu 1l concert at tl1e Grand Opera House on Apr1l the th1rd where It 1ga1n showed 1ts colors and won lklkllllOD 1lc1ed1t for our school THE RICHARDSON SCHOOL Nothmg IS more truly represent11t1ve of proQ1ess IH a c1ty than llll provements 1n ltS pubhc school system and, w1th tl1e complehon of tl1e New R1chardson school bu1ld1ng the Clty has mst cause to be proud not only of the new school 1tself but of the Splrlt of progress wh1cl1 1ts 6I'8CtlOIl typmes It lOl inc xi 52 lc :nt lol If 1 1 !'31f"fi' ' ff' f ffw- ---Y 1.1 . ,. , If 15 nf ,. ijldlhtl '- ' 'fr' Jifallgs K- P "-N ' '-F-i.1f1Qf' 1 'A -iff' r'f','FmKY 611, : - X 'fill 1' 4'f1,.7f- ' ig . 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' O' w il ' . 0, Q C l K 3 C 5 " " If ,uf I I 'I g,Q5,g,0 fi "' 192m fwxgqgyuqigo CAPTAIN S VICTCDRY H1-1hN S'll'MPI'l The Mxrabeau homestead stood on a rlse of ground back of the v1l lage of Fleury near the German border Colonel MlflbC1l1 h td been unable to move h1s httle famxly to safer quarters after the outbreak of the w tr bec fuse of hxs xmmedlate entrance mto the confhct After only two months reat sorrow hovered over the httle farm Word was recelved of the death of the Colonel Mother M1rabe1u was then left wxth the burden of the fumly of two clever httle P1erre a ed thtrteen and br1ght eyed Modestxne eleven Each took up h1s ttsk unflmchlngly and one mght after Mrs Mlr tbeau h td flmshed some fi farlng she told the ch1ldren that the net returns of the crops were as great as they had been the year before when father had been there to help th tt they were well suppl1ed and could look forw 1rd to a comfort :ble wmter But fate decreed dtfferently That same nrght 1 German Zeppehn passed over the httle vnllage of Fluery and one of the fateful bombs thghted near the home of the Mlrabeaus and left P1erre and Modestme orphans to shlft for themselves A year had 1 assed and the burden of the war showed Itself ln the l1ves of P1erre and h1s slster The only comfort and pleasure they had was from a St Bernard a pup about s1x months old whlch they had found and cared for But woe the day that Captaln could not be found' Pat1ent Mod estme sat on the doorstep all the day and walted whlle P1erre walked from house to house ID the v1llage and over field and meadows seekmg ID vamn for the lost pet Months passed and though they had loved the dog as both a comforter ml playfellow the cares and troubles of thelr l1tt1el1ves soon made them for fet to look for hrs return Then too people told them th it he must have been captured and tralned for use as t w tr dog One sprlng evemng as P1erre and Modestnne were sxttmg near thelr home talkmg over tl1e news. whlch P1erre had gleaned from the v1llage that day about the great drlve wluch the French feared the Germ ms were golng to make soon, they notlced a small object slowly comlng towards them over the fields Very soon they made out the form of blg dog SI1llTll'lgtl1S ground frantxcally as he came runnlng towards them Captaml' and P1erre threw hlmself on the great shaggy back wxth a sob of Joy, whlle Captam, qmvermg wlth joy, answered the caress wnth a lap of hrs great tongue over the boy's tear stalned face Modestme clapped her hands wnth glee at the slght of her beloved playmate and nmmedlately brought water and food wh1ch she felt sure the dog needed However III the meantlme P1erre Cl1SLOV6I'6nl a small flap on the dog's collar under whxeh was a folded plecc of paper l-le showed l' 'O' 'll' fl 56 kc vHr cox fl :lull ,l ' '-47" :cf 4' F 'T 5' ' ' 'X LN.f9:S, "1 25 tail lxxx A 1 I .'T,pi1'.e'Aff jig "9 '1"f:fj,:,Jgiv--mir ' -' f N11 'wg Qgxip Mr' .s.,,w , - K I 13.5 T, '-, F ,. jglfu rf ., - ', ",l'.fx5 5 f - 2' L- , 5,2 ,WWW ' . 1 :kgs - 'f-stef -. f. 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J fill' L flElFtm1mzfv F' all X rt to hrs sxster but nelther of the hrldren could m xke anythrng out of the wlrtmg but thev knew It must be of some lmportance so Prerre mmmedxately took rt to the Lolonel s he tdqu uters ln Fleury Lolonel I eBlanc of the 25th Reglment de Infantelre Bleu after readmg the rest ol the llllllly Ltptaln was rnspected and he proved to be a German messl d w rs the Lolonel h td expected For three days Prerre and Mod e true w rnderel lround the clmp bernff clred for by the few soldlers who were there but otherwlse left to themselves untrl one dav Colonel Le Bl me rtturned He tthered the two chrllren rn hrs arms placrnd one on exch knee Lmpt un stt on hrs h lunches lefore hrm hrs pleadmg under st andrng eyes rused to hrs Colonel Le Blanc told them all that the great w u w ts over md that the French wrth then alhes had won the dCCl9lVC bat tle hecruse of the messa e whxch Ciptarn hld thru lnstmct brought to therr door mste ld of the tent of the German officer for whom xt was meant IN THE HONGR GF BELG1UM Mrxm S MYPRS Prerre La Mont had hved hrs whole lrfe rn the small Belgrau Vlllldge Lhuamon Hrs father had left htm 1 profitable llttle d ury shop wh1ch he strll rm and wluch under hrs mana ernent had become a thrlvmg busmess He wts respected unong hrs ne1ghbors as an honest and true man l-lrs wxfe had dred soon lfter the brrth of thelr thrrd daughter fhe klndly Belglan mothers helped htm with hls three lrttle tots and mothered them as though they had been therr own l hey hal all gone through the school kept by the old father Rene Alvere Every year they spent the summer w1th an aunt rn Puls Although they greatly enjoyed the drversrons of the gay clty they were llways content 1n then lrttle home vrllage and drd all they could to make the life of then father a h mppy one When the w rr broke out the reat Hun drlve had passed to the east of them md thou h the flghtrng men had left the vxllage to defend therr country yet the vrll we ntself had not suffered any dama e at the h tnds of the enemy After the Unrted States entered the war the Germans had learned of the arr 1V tl of an Amerun Red Lross umt and rn accordance wrth thelr custom a Zeppelrn returnmg from an ur rud rn Lngland had mstruchons to bom bombard the camp Several deaths had resulted and the officer was mstruct ed because of the acute need of hrs umt to recrurt from the vrllage to fall the vacancres untrl skrlled help should be assrgned Thus announce ment caused much excrtement rn the vrllage Here was a chance for women to really get rnto the war P1erre's three gnls had been the fnst to offer lr 101 :llc :I 57 lc Jllc lOl 'l LL v 2 f ff'--'rf' wif- Vffr-2 A LL., L -.,L--.. 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' ' ' " 2 ' 'z ' LL ' . 2 ' ' ' ' L ' - ' ' ' 1' ' z' ' ' i ' L ' ' - 50045 1 If 131 a kfffgo "' Elttltiv VW X themselves and had all been accepted The unlt soon left and the gul s work was so satlsfactory that they were offered a permanent place Dell hted at then' success Pxerre wllhnels gave hrs consent and lox surved ID hr he art ID place of the deep sorrow because he had no son to defend the country and he was hlmself too old Instead of one son he now had three 'lau hters all enllst ln the seruce of thexr countrx But now thmgs had chanved The llttle vlllage had not been bother ed nn the Lxerman ads ance It was out of the path ol the retreat but the ber mans had sent a small company on relxef from trench duty to be bulleted out amonv the cltlzens To Pxerre who was regarded as belnff ln better LITLLIYII stance than the average were assxgned SIX The officer Ill charge had decided to stay wlth Pxerre and so hrs motor car and storage tanks of petrol were housed ln Pxerre s barn Plerre accepted them WlthOL1lC.Ol'llI'I1CUl l sux of the men slept ln the second storvwhxch was ln ealltw onlx an unfimsh ed half storv There were not enough beds to go around and so all slept on freshlx cut hav Plerre durmg the long summers hrs dauvhters hai spent ln Parls had become an expert cook Taken all ln all the rest of the men vled thexr comrades who had at first been prtred because thex were to be others landuave well encueh so that some conxersatlon could be tarrled on Thmos went on verv smoothlv for several months when Plerre who hai become worrled about hrs daughters from whom he hai heari nothmo for over a month recelxed a letter Eudentls thls was not the lone awalted letter for on the outsxde was the stamp Republl Francalse Slowlx he read It and Orasped nts xmport P1erre LaMont Lhuamon Belollllll It rs mv sai iutx to lnform sou of the leath of vour three dau hters 1n Unnt 198 of the Rel Lross at Alx La Lhatelle Thex were kllled three weeks ava durxn a nlvht rall exldentls male ltr the sale turpose of bomb 1n0 the hospxtal I am lnlt med that lt was a Lrerman alr attatk whlch male the X aeancxes whlch nur d au hters nlled and antther such rnl has male thelr places xatant hev were kxllel as thex sle t vlltheut a hance es ape c e ttme etrtte lsXI11 athx ltae e lalc lFran e LePre 1dente ei as thu Qc t nut a e l esta The semen e burned deetlx xnt the ld man s Illlfxl as he vs allsel vsearllx h neward ut e rerman h xe n t. ue he ill n 1 the s r he hai ren are u ew a rlbutei ev u lt xt at all to same tuslne are tn t ax u when t ex en 'led ur r QS 1 L s 1 e xertl illhlf deep vs th tresh lO -Af ' h A A-.1 " Y ' r r '--- -- F-f-W --f--- f fr 1 .r LAWQ. k 5- , I-Q .fa ,ff X HAS!! 2'-,.f,T,-:RJ Viz. gtk-j . ff-af sf ,L "wg 5' K I i ' .. 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Belief f Vmlwfk' str tw lhey were gorng out together for the evenrng When they returned lrtt th rt nrght the e rptr an drd not eome wrth them lhey were soon asleep never notrerng the e urs of petrol Prerre had hrdden rn the corners of the room As soon is Prerre had sttrshed hrmself that the men were asleep he srlentlx he prled b rle rfter bale of fresh straw around the house saturatrng e teh wrth tetrol trom the crpt un s store When rt was prled as hrgh as he eould re teh over rll but the door he lrt the mass In a tew mrnutes all was rbl we rnd the old nr ht watehm ur eould be he rrd rrngrng the alarm bell A le w people soon tollected among them the captarn of the company srngl mg out Prerre he sud Wh rt me ms thrs' Who st arted thrs Ere' Srlently Pierre h mded hrm the letter and started towards the fire Wrathfully the e rpt un re rd the letter rnd then ro rred out Well Krlled ts they slept wrthout a chance of escape crred Prerre But rt rs thfe for 1 lrfe urd one for the glory of Belgrum Whrle speakrng he was ste rdrly movrng nearer the fire lhe Hun captarn sprang forward wrth level ed t tr brne But then the c rns of petrol placed rn the upper rooms by Prerre ploded te trrng the upper part of the house asunder A fiery flyrng beam struek the offrcer br unrng hrm Prerre throwrng forth a small box he had been holdrng under hrs rrrns drsrppeared wrthrn the flames But he had plan ed better th ur he knew for rt had been '1 lrfe fora hte and two for the glory of Belgrum In the cold gr ry nrorn tlrev opened the lrttle box and by the lrght of the dyrng embers read what w rs enclosed therern Por the r establrshment of the hosprtal ot unrt No 198 at Arxla Lh rpelle And beneath rn thousand frrrrc notes were the savmgs of an old man S hte trme JUST FOR NAMES SAKE A M YKWUNQ It w rs 1 dark and RAYNE nrght rn the early part of JUNE when a sm all boy by the n une of PERKINS came runnmg out of an alley rn the great crty of Fort Midrson Behrnd crrne 1 BANTA wrth outstretched wrngs and lookrng hke 1 LAMPBPI L crossrng 1 mushy MARSH After the S'l ORM was over and the STARKWFATI-lla R had ceased PERKINS garned enough FAE IH rn hrmself to .ask .1 Mrzer where he could hnd .1 good TENANT house ll lQL :nc ml 59 If ln! lOl ' ,f B" -'ffn' Y, hwmf'-K -K -'W' ' , ' gi " 'QVYS 5 23 ' 7 'f' 1 w . is-1 1 .0 lr rs - " Js., -1' 'Q :Q I I s ln 1,4 --"" ,L " 2' 'wget-Lffp ,C fs, ' r ,f 'I ' -: mae.. , ' ' ' -sf Sir- .5 V. 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I 'Q I lVwhef3'511maWf'rfe?Z0 fs The MIZER told hun that there was .1 large BROWN house on the corner of Pea vme Street dlrectly across from 1 hard WARE store He had httle trouble ln Hndmg the house After he h 1d knocked it the DOI' RR 1 long lean country gmk w1th a Sl'ElN m one hand and a couple of BOYLES on hns neck appeared at hxs servlce He led hmm unto 1 sm 1ll room where a short man w1th a ROAN colored sult greeted hmm w1th a Good evemng Sxr how are you thus evenln 7 PERKINS was dumb founded when he dxs covered that the httle short man w 1s h1s long lost uncle who was a great mus1c1an and a sportsman After a short conversatlon they planned a Hshmg trxp tor the next day for h1s uncle w1s a great FISLHER and wlth a great deal of coaxmd h1s uncle pl 1yed a few selectlons on hxs harp as he was also a great HARPER and then they went to bed T he next mornmg thev arose early and st1rted for '1 lake whlch w1s ln the mxddle of a near by WOOD About 1 mlle fxom the lake was a small brldge whnch they had to cross When they were half way over the brldge gave way and they l1t nn the MARSH below They however pulled the1r horses out and arrlved at the lake O K They tled the1r horses to 1 tree whnch looked somethxnd hke a HIFLH post Hls uncle succeeded ln catchmg a large fat MILLER VshlCh he used tor baxt The flrst thmg he c1ught was a YOUNG c1rp PERKINS mlmedxately caughta few MOORE Ihe FISH were blflng well that day and they had qulte mess When noon came they bunlt a fire and had a good old Illlle FISH fry They made forks out of READS and ate untnl they h 1d a PAYNE Soon 1fterwards they broke up the1r fish mg palty and departed for home When they c1me to the broken brxdge they Ind to BILDERBALK whxle FUNICF helped NAYLOR 1 hat evenmg they w nt down town to a JUDY show wh1ch proved to be a GRAF On the way home PERKINS found 1 bag of gold whlch a Q OLDMAN h 1d lost 1ndh1s unclebecon11ng1e 1lons of thls new found wealth turned and w lS1l1St about to pxerce h1s he 1rt wlth IH upllfted ghtterlng kmfe blade when, Flop' Bang' Blng' he awoke and found IlllllSCIfIyll1g on the floor Ashe regalned h1s senses he shouted Oh Babe aunt lt a grand and glorlous PI-IFLAN' lf cox ,Ht ,pw It ,Ht 40, ,J " ' ' , f ' ' ' " " 'rf' W '--' -1 . 1----YH -V ff 5 'li , ff, , -Ecco E, 1. ff . - - .- 1 . ,ff . 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Z , . . . - 'I W ffwihfhmza I W0 ss THE TRICK GRALE BALL1- NGI- R It was a warm Sprung afternoon A crowd of boys had assembled near the h1 ill school door and were converslng ln muffled tones Here he comes now fellows whlspered Earl Klrby the leader of the crowd He w1ll wxsh that he hadnt expelled us boys and done some of tl1e other thmgs that he has done L ood Mormng boys sand Mr Lane the prunclpal mn an occup1ed tone of volce is he wassed by lhere s the bell' Well' Gang we w1ll see you all to nlght sald Earl as the crowd broke up Dunng the afternoon sessxon anxlous glances could be seen on the face of one boy then another of the crowd After school the same crowd of boys was seen walkmg slowly toward town Every boy was qu1et They seemed to be medltatmg upon somethmg I have 1t boys saxd Bob Stanley after a pause I have a peach of a plan and xt wrll just pay the old man back for bemg so grouchy Mrs Lane told my mother th1s noon that Mr Lane had been workmg verv hard the last two weeks on an essay whlch he hoped would brmg first prxze fxve thou sand dollars mn the New York Lxterary Lontest The contest closes next Tuesday The best part fellows IS that my chum Everet Lansmg lxves nn New York I w1ll wrute to hnn tell hxm of our plan and get hlm to send a telegram to Mr Lane from New York saylng that he has won the first prxze five thousand dollars Whew' Does nt that sound great' After the letter had been sent to Bobs chum the worst part followed for the boys the suspense of wa1t1ng five days Each day seemed hke a month Fmally the eventful day to be rolled around The 'IIIXIOUS crowd of boys had planted themselves by the school door waftmg for whatever nnght happen 'Yes"' saxd Earl Kurby, 'Here he comes now but see that b1g smule on hxs face He has recelved the message I bel1eve" 'AGood Mormng boys" samd the pnncrpal, but ut was saxd m a dnfferent tone th1s tlme "I have recelved the best news" He produced a plece of paper on whlch the message of hxs success was wrltten, then read nt to them 'It certamly makes me feel good" he contmnued, "I had counted qunte a bxt on that essay I had hoped that xt would brmg meenough money, to send my llttle daughter to a dlfferent cllmate Her health IS very poo: and the doctor thmks that xt IS the only thmg that w1ll save her" Yes' nt cextamly was a plece of luck" he sald, and passed by V lol 'H' 1161 lf 'N' 'Ol H .!'BT1f1-ffQE771TTQ7E 5- - X f U YZ 1 . .1 -' -Nw' F '95 1'7" n'g1.w1'f":s, lg- , I ,QL hz ,A,,fx. ,, , , .,--Q.. r, , . , f MAH- A, 1 , 1 ,A ,'x- Y p. . its 1 . .ls. : , 4, r,-1 LJ. it 2' V sf Nxtf, , -'., f, i 1 . . 1 f' -3' ,l,f'-' U ' wtwwafrf 'W M cope . 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' S LSJJS ,H-Q2 1361: mms ee fs An expression undehne 1ble something between 1 look of slr une lllt sorrow p1ssed oyer the taee of Qlell boy in the crowd After 1few rnornents one of the fellows sud Su boys do you know I wish we h1dntpl1ye1 th1t trrek on Lrne es sud 1not rer llrrnk how 1 rs1ppornted re will be He did lr 1ve rwuthy 1t trrnes At this rnornent the boys were rorned by Bob St tnley An expression of relief and ple rsure tlrtted uross his free rs he re 1d rloud the followrn lines to the boys New York Lrty Apr1l17 1918 Dear Bob Reeerved your letter telling me of the trick wlrrclr you intended to play on your prrncrpil I did not send the telegram to Mr I 1ne 18 you told rne to do for two reasons First because he did wrrr the first prrle 1nd second I didnt thrnk it was the right thing to do I didnt thrnk that vou fellows would play sueh 1 trick 1s th lt upon any one Your friend bveret Lmsrnq A FARMER S DESCRIPTION OF A FOOIBALL GAME Ar rsrrzr Wrrzm if Hy' Sy'arr you a gOll1ff tew the footb1llg11methrs rfternoon I turn ed and seed mv best best fren Hr Hrck' B heck srys I I never did see one of those goldurned things Yes Ill go I h 1d been rn t1own to sell 1 few taters 1nd111gs Wll in the afternoon me and Hr went to th 1t there football gune It w 19 the durndest thing I ever seed in my life 1nd Im nigh unto fifty ye 1rs ole n1o w Wlrerr we got there there were 1 bunch of folks hollerrn their he rds off at nothing About two dozen fellers come 11 m rrchrn on the place with leather hoods on They sc r 1pped 1 fc w rnrnnrts 1bo uit sumthing that me and I-Ir didnt underst 1nd Ihen sum of the durn fools w1lked daown tew the uther end of th lt there big, y rrd rnd lined up Sum feller krcked th rt there ball they pl1y with lb'lOll1 2u0 feet And wh rt do you thrnk they did? Wal the durned fools they went11fter th11ter teller what krtked the b.1ll 11nd knocked h1rn daowrr Me 11nd Hr began to thrnk we w11s'nt a Qorn tew git our rnunnres worth A0111 of it Ilre guy th11t got knocked d11own w11s just ready to knock the feller daown who knotked hrrn Llrl0Wl1 I guess when lf roi lui ,I 67 g1 ,pf roi JI iiMi29l'i5?7iff'-ff? ,QffQ.hVfif1-111 ' ,T A xy0:,..--11 I ATV' I ' yy 'aff' ' iff--iii! . +' A". - M -441' 1 1 Q' " 141. -'fir . vu 1 ' " 1' '1 's-, , 1 "4 ' , Arigir !",i A,-iffy' 1 H Jil-'.rlfY,.,f'fJ"e4vZplW' - '1 '. 5 ' mf 1 1 5 1 '. 1 l 21' 1 ' A1 ' ,' 1 ' ' ' . -1 1 - : J fl' ." 1 ' ' 1 ' 11' -t 1 .M 2 "Y fl' 1 l ' llfi ' l ' . ' 1 quite ll bit to worry him. Probably that is the reason for his being Tlltllel' g e ' "2 I J." ', , 11 ' ' 1 ' - y 1 -11 1' ' 1 ' 1 ' f '1 ' 1 .' 1 1 ' A g 1 : ' ' ' ' 1 . ' ' . -1 ' 15 ' 5 : ' . ' ' 1 1 1 1 . ' ' 1 ' 1. 1 '4 ' , ' ' p ' Q I Ur! . . A C 1 1 . ' ' ' 5: '. ' ' 1 ' 1 5 1 1 1 . ' 1 . ' ' 1 1 . 1. . 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' 1 A , ' ' 1 1 1 . 1 . 65,20 IN LSIB ffrgxfggo anutl1er feller came a runn1n wnth the ball There was another one of those goldurned sp1lls llke the uther txme They yelled so loud xt was a nuff to lull a body Ihxs wuz tew much fer me and H1 so we pst went aout Wen we wuz outs: le say I to H1 Say H1 I bet nun of my boys IS a gom tew play that there tool A une Not as long as thelr ole daddy IS ahve enny how lhats what I thlnk Sy says H1 Well naow ham txt the honest truth' ANSWERING THE CALL HEI EN-A COPPAGE In the sprung mneteen seventeen when the call for volunteers was sent out the echo soon reached Yale where the boys were eagerly answerung Many were wrxtmg home for permmsslon and some had recexved thelr answers Jack Stone and hns chum Bob Harvey sat sxlently ln the formers room At last Bob broke the sllence saymg Jack Ive done It Done what old man H he asked although he knew what the answer would I ve enhsted hood I have too and maybe we can go together D1d you write home for pernussxon' he asked Yes answered Bob whlle hls face saddened And mother ns havxng Hts she sand lf I wanted to break her heart to enhst she thmks she cant stand to have me go The boys were sllent a few mxnutes then Jack asked Well old man what wall you do about xt' Go of course I d1d nt suppose there would be such a row raxsed and I went ahead md enl1sted before I recewed mother s letter Of course though I had to go. I couldnt stay here, a slacker whxle you boys were doxng your but " answered Bob, and then he glanced at the pncture of Jack's mother whnch hung on the wall and Silld1 'I know you wrote home Have you an answer yet7" "Yes. I got xt tlus mornmg, and everyone IS pleased because I'm goxng to do my but ' 'Read me her letter Jack, I would hke to hear a letter hke that, Gee. you are lucky " Jack p1cked up the letter and opened lt very slowly, because he knew a letter from a mother l1ke h1s would make hrs chum see too plaxnly the great dlfference between the two mothers At last he found the paragraph Bob wanted and read. 'My son, I'm proud of you, just think' Our bxg boy's going Ig lOl :Hz pl 63 lt ,Hr lOl ll .f . A I' " W ' W' ' HV -H-Y -W--.F Y 1 ff,-fe fe - 5 5 2 - - A - Vx' l ' J 'J' HQ, I F I H H diff- -'T','gx1,'xf'1-'T' ' 1 1: 1, Q- '-11 L, -1' c 1, 2 1 ' '-',T-f Li ' , . 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' Y , . . . , 1 5 1 , 11 5 . . 1. 5 5 1 1 1 I1 . , . , . . . . , , . . 559,061 ,J es? 1.915 gtfrli 0 rjxx 5' , an wxth the colors It makes me feel fme It would surely have dlsstppomted me lf you h td not enhsted He read no further because w1th te trs III h1s eyes Bob Jumped up and left the room lhe next mormng the boys who htdenhsted left the sthool for a two day vac 1t1on at home before le tvmg for tralmn Bob s fue was whxte and drawn as he bade Jack farewell for he knew the tune at home would greatlv try h1s sp1r1t Upon reachxng home thmgs turned out exactly as both boys had expec ed Jacks mother greeted h1m as1fnoth1n unusual were htppemng and when the rest of the famxly came home for supper they acted just as mf he were home :or an all summer s vacatxon Nothmg occurred to make hxm break down although manv thxngs made hrm w1sh to act a chuld agam and cry Even when fr un time came no tears were shed but he left h1s mother father brothers and slster wavmg the1r hdI'ldkBI'Clll6fS and smxhng the1r very best smxles As Jack seated hxmself ln the tram he thought what a game fam 1ly hns was But how d1fTerent was the scene Bob went through Upon arrxvmg home he found no one at the depot to meet hxm so he hastened home H entered the door w1th a slnknng heart and then h1s mother came to htm and wept and sa1d she was so worrled that she could not dress and go to meet hxm and all durmd h1s stay h1s fzther went around wlth a gloomy face When hlStll'I1C was up he left h1s mother weepmg bntterly Twelve months later both boys were m France xn the nudst of the fray One mght when llllllgi were worse than usual Bob was wounded I'he next mornmg J ack hastened to h1s bedslde and found hun claspmg w1th both hands a letter wh1ch he had recenved the day before Bob handed htm the letter Read tt Jack" he gasped Jack opened the letter and read 'My son how I regret the last day of your stay My eyes are open now, and 1 would no longer have you stay at home and be the slacker I am proud of you now and glad I have a son to glve Proudly Mother As Jatk read the last word Bob gasped Thank God and fell back dead Jack sank on h1s knees burmed h1s face 1n the coy ers and sa1d Fatherxn I-leayen Ithank you for thms letter wh1ch came 1nt1me God plty the boys whose mothers are not game ' lc lOl JH? nl 64 It JIM 101 my ff ' e e u 11-2 of be ff w'-Y ,'-- X. 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Sl le of wlnch was llned wlth the very best of literature The beautlful puntxngs and the busts ot great inen were IU perfect order ln thelr respec tue plums ind ns the students took then sexts ind the room became quxet the plofessor made hms usual announcements and the school was dlSI11lSSCd lhue w is then an orderly rush for the gynln !.Sll1ll1S the equal of whmch could not he found lll the country After an hour ot work and fun w1th dumb one ol the sux well kept courts tt the rear of the school bunldlng An hour upon the courts and then another rush for the gyms where the water 1n the lmrge swnnnnng pools ghstened green from the t1led basin and made the fel lows th1nk that lnfe 1n F M H S wasnt so bad after all Buss 7 1 z I'he fly was very pers1stent Pom yawned stretched and declded It would be safe to go home as surely school was dlsnnssed by th1s tnne Mor ml Never waste tune dre tnnng about a new lngh school awning Il llpgglu' In Il!9Mi.ll ,. nJ f'i" nln . llll -I On 4 llflll ull: alll JO ll O ,5,0,04S,,-jr X ff 1 Q 44 . c ,Q l gc Q Qi? ff , ,E ,e or I X. 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IJMJ l,9Z8 kX.i,2 X fs 1 'as CO-XC ll L.R XBER Two football Seasons One defeat To one who IS acquainted wlth the athletlchlstory present and pzst of the hxgh school these senteUC6S mean a great deal They represent te un work unselhsh devotxon of the athletes to the school B tckmg of the footb 111 pl xyers bythe school short they sum up the work of Loach Graber From the first Coach Graber worked sympathetlcally w1th the foot ball condldates, wmnmg thexr unswervxng support and moldmg them 1nto a machme whnch should walk rough shod over all of the southeastern portlon of the state It was httle wonder. then, that the student body woke up IO the reahzatlon that they had a team to support, and how well they have supported the team forthe past two years 19 now a matter of hlstory No words of commendatxon w1ll express the debt wh1ch the membCfS of the hlgfll school owe to Loach hraber He. by personal magnetlsm and hard work has placed the Fort Madnson Hmgh School on the Athletlc map ofthe state He has changed school spnrxt from a mmus to a plus qlliiflltl' He, ln short has accomplnshed thmgs wlth the football maternal of the school Wh1Cl1 had been consldered almost lmpossnble lc 101 JHC JI 70 If ,Hr 101 JI f N47 Y' . , V A-' Y 'Y N777 V '77 'i?i .. 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X ,Tv 5 :Af 1- 0 1 6559 C XRL PUNK RlgI1t'I x1.IcI I7-I II S e-nght 7 It U n IOHN BONIC AMP Right Half I49 IIxx Ile-ugh! 7 fr I0 lh WILLIAM GRAF Rlght End I40 lbs Hugh! 5 In 94 ln I' 'OI 'IP 'I 7zIf II P f IO! ll ffk- 1 ' f AAA + 2 ' 'xx Q1 V I fx' Af 1 , - - ' v- 4' "Q-'Nf.,,1g, ' E1 R'k4"wQ,kNL1' N- -1 3 fi'A'II,fJ4A .M 1' "'Tx3? . .- .,---.J , , : . V -if :L- V -.W f I E254 'ff 4, i S. If A ' 'i. Q. ' L.. I-I ' ' V. I I . ' A -fa 4 - ' I Jzij f I. ' t ax . Q gifs, 1315 X 5 NN 5 PROL Il R I LRxlfNb bs elghl 7 1 jAME,b SPENLER Rlghx Guard l69 lhw Hugh! 5ft 7x ln ED I 50 lbs KULLOWATZ Left buari Height 5 fx H31 1 Ji K 101 fllf 'I vs If 'll' 'O B 'J' -5 7' Q ,l,1 h A - 01" f VVYY' ' - ,- -im, 5 g F A-A A, Y '? ','7 -' -,'gL,.1yl7',T'ff" '-: fu..:A. ' 1 fy , X . un, h,, h,.h -' '5'C,""' X- V Y I 1 h ff, 1753-r V+ if 2 V ., fw- : 'n5.f, xfj-f, W - f ' "Ag "j,fn"x,59i,f,f,-gf! . g 1 I I I ,I .. ,, lmfl Half 1581 HH! fit. Uix. 'i ., Y EZ 33 'Lila NX! ARVILLA YOUNG I :ft nd bs Hught J fl I1 1 HARRY RAX Nl Rxghl Guard H8 lbs, Hmghl 7fl 61 IH R AY SMITH Left Guard 150 lbs, He-mght 5 fn 8 m If col :llc 1114 If :He lox 11 - ., jffhs l v I.,-I.N'A,:,,,,L V1 35, M21 f 1'-:ff--:':5Lf,,' H gf ,rat Xgff V I ,Yi L, gl , X 1 .A r,. Q.,-JIM ,p ' Qy -wj,NX4',y'ff 'Pj f - f",."' -b--ij?-X., it-lx ' C "-1 ' ' "V Lgg. ff'-"'J K4'Y5-N' .v E l4Zl ., ' , Lin. Q33 mia T 0 Q f hr mm 3 X N L I Xilhl Xi! C N RLS XX OODS H M8 Hui Hugh! J it H1 Ill FRANK POEPSEL Lf-fl Half I38 lbs. Height 5 fr. 9 in 1 ,uf ,ws uf ,uf I0 K I O I fb ?L.9L8 N ?' , nf ' . .F 471 ATHLETICS RAY SMITH When the final whxstle of the Thanksgxvmg Day game was blown at Keokuk last November xt marked the close of another successful football season to be recorded ID the memorxes of F M H S rooters The football record of 1917 combmed wxth that of 1916 makesa record that w1ll always be remembered ln Ft Madlson slxteen vxctorles and only one defeat About August 29 1917 coach Graber w1th about 15 men mostly com posed of rookles wxth the exceptlon of a few veterans from last year went on a weeks tramlng trlp at Green Bay In a way tlus was a good thmg and 1n a way lt wasnt for some of the boys came back ln a worse condltlon than when they left At any rate they learned the new slgnals About Sept 5 tramnng was transferred to the Athletlc Park and about thxrty men reported for practlce among these were nme letter men mostly hne men Thus earlv xn the season lt was prophesxed by Coach Graber and others that we would have one of the strongest forward lmes 1D the state Thxs prophecy came true, xf you don't belleve 1tdSk North I-hgh Although the prospects for a lxne were good, the backfield was expected to be shaky wxth only one veter an fCapt N1ggemeyer at quarter, and Woods. a letter man,alternat1ng at full wxth Hltch, the season was begun The 1mt1al games w1th Stronghurst, Illxnols, and New London took all the greenness out of the backfield and from then on they played luke old war horses The team as a whole played rather loose football at the first of the season but they settled down when they needed to, and the result was that no team 1n Southeastern Iowa was able to put a crnmp mto our fightlng machme. lf rox :HI al 76 lt ,Ht com 11 , - 5 ' ,QW 7 f Y 4 , ,in v 1 ' ' If I ali" f 61351-ff'2'af,'2z24 f z wx' A 1 swffffefimw .Js A . -, ,.r .--4 , ,Anw- f 'Ns 1 I . 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B . 1 ' Af 8 big! xgLi FT MADISON 7 WASHINGTON 3 Alter we h nd vtnq nshed 5tlOIlgllI.1lSl and New London 1 real enemy ippt ut I on our sthednle Ihls enemv w ns Washlngton .1 IQ1111 th If 15 1 WdYSll1llIltl up for the QI1 UUPIOIISIIIP honors The result of thls game lS Is M H S 7 W H S 3 Ihns vnttory w1ll tlwavs be remembered the term I h W H S te tm looked hke a squad of 1ants walkmg out upon lllf. lltlxl BURLINGTON 0 FT MADISON 21 Bnnhngron was our next vnctlm they hadnt lost 1 game yet elther De ad men tell no tales so well h ave to do the talkmg thls hme We defeated them 21 Om one ol the klClI1eSt and best lought games that w is ever played H1 Pt NI ICIISOII HAMILTON AND MILTON BEA PEN Durmg the next few weeks wt put the Hamxlton and Mllton games ln to hxstory Ihe lattex game was a farce from begmnmg to end. the Crlmson and Black men seemed to he dneannng and wlnle they dreamt, Mllton held them to a 41 O score, whlch was rather encouragmg to the prospects of Keo kuk who had beaten Mllton the week before 70 0 THE GAME OF GAMES The next week was one of extreme trammg such as we had neverdone before, m fact some members of F M H S wlll always remember thls week We were now ready for the b1g game of the year, North Hlgh from Des Moxnes One of the largest crowd, ever ln attendance .tt a Ft Madxson game was on It lOl :Ir nl 77 lc alt lOl nl L Q, iifiisi' ' J ' ' 9 eil ' fl? , fi? .1121 2 47- f . 1 an J. , a- fe ' A' 1 1 ,Ni sg'-nylr . 1-1 I' w ,' , , "' 77 421 f' ' '34, A-1' L 114-1 1-rs It f ,gp muy' iv, ' - :J . "f.. ' d.A-'- ' .gg ' 9 . V ' 2 2 , ' - xl - ,Z . 2 11 - ,X 4 K- w ,I K- I 2 X , K. ' . , L I - a - , ,ks - --4 f I ' R- ' A., I wa S '. . .-4 1 . . . . " ' ' 2 ' S by lg . " e . . I. 2 ' ' 1 - gf ' , , 1. . ' k 2 1' ' z ' S . ' z ' ' f ' - ' , ' V ' z 7 2 5 K ' , 5 , , ilwwghg' fwurfm11m EEE., the Slde llnes Everyone knew what thls g une meant to F M H S xnd the held the Lltxzen Champlonshlp of Des Molnes md only one team 11 ad been able to wm from her and that one team w is M zson Lnty the St lte Lh IIDPIOIIS who managed to wrlggle 1 lonely drop klck over the b mrs Durmg the first down Drew North s bxg negro halfback and Capt N1ggemeyer were lald out but Nlggle soon regamed h1s former sp1r1t and went btck lnto the game although l1e was very weak The first few downs N H S trned to plunge our hne but that was all Morton the1r b1g full b xck would bounce back iSlf he had trled to plunge a rubber wall F M H S held for downs mi beg in 1 desperate march down the field After we were wnthm seven ymrds ofthe he enemy goal Woods fumbled The ball was recovered by a North Hugh man the locals seemed tolose a httle pep at this l01Dt The quarter ended wlth out ascare for enther team Tl1e second qu uter wts rather loosely pl myed and Morton and Cohen for the v1s1tors each cored 1 touchdown The half ended scoreofNHS14FM HSO After an mst nllment of Lo ich Graber s lecture the Crlmson men came back strong and held them to a lonely touchdown At about thus permod of the game Morton the lug Negro full b ack from Des Monnes beg nn usnng a few unsportsmanlnke tlCllCS although the slde hnes credlted Mol ton w1th more of these than he really excuted About five of the Ft Madlson squad were laxd out and second strmg men came to the rescue The score of the thlrd quarter ended 20 0 Durmg the last quarter the new men were unable to hold the long end runs of the vlsltors and 41 polnts, mostly made on fumbles, were plled up agalnst us The game ended wxth F M H S 1n possessxon of the ball on our40 yd l1ne Score N H S 61, F M H S 0 ' rf , , .1 K ' -,fr-15 "" Fi. W v ' ., l Q ' F F QW' V 1. -' vi-1 S3 :Sly ff fl ' - 1 . Ly!-54' 4' X K f' ' 1? A !"',,.':-:f.'!if 735.5 F .,A.,q?1:j AQIZA , Xu I , ui" T fr-1.1" sa- -f' ' ' .. . ', fz . . . . ', z result was that the Crimson warriors had a large amount of pep. North High ' 4. 2. S' , 1 S z ' ,, . ' ' . - " 2 " . v l l 1 ' I ' D u. . - 11 , - ' ' ' , , ' . s 4- V ' . ' ' - z ' 2 2 ' ' ' . . . . S. 3 1 t 2 . ' . s . ' ' S 2 . 5 - c . ' ' ' L , : 1 ' 2 1 z ' ' A s - 2 . at 101 ,uf ,1 78 If ,nt 'Ol 1 XSS' N-Aw , Hi . A Tm , Y V fa ,I ' V ,: -' ,Q 4 ., A P H vw v .H 4 : ,i - E 'k.5fiN. '. f .. rj ' 4 . . , . ,A VT. . . V ', , ff ,Q -Q Q kj r' 1 A A ' 4 "" --A 1' ' , .. .. N . X , , 4 ye V 4: A 1 .. ,, h . - v - . , ., , . v . -L -1 ,-. ,. w 43. , ' f, ' " ' - w H ve. lf ff, " ' ' - .N -, . . f, - "' I 6- A ti-51" l - w H 1 ' 5- . I . f .4 IMI", 1 - ' f -4, I -1 ,, 'j F f ' n 5 .A L 7l".Aj!'lf N ,'A 6- ' -I "' . ,, 45 Iv C Q .-A tv tv ,.. gg to ' 'vf ' V l A l . l . ,. 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' Qlu' 6 , 291:56 I g , , 1 ' -L, ' N Q -ec efgff fwuef9'61ma Fe6 Z LINE UP M H laxp Wenght H Yrs bxp Welfl A Yolmg lc SClTplDOl6 u 1 a J Loll1nQlt nth Ro5e lg M llNll L Mclntne c Dlx W xlsh rt it Lolev re L Nl,,Nu11exe1qh2 L Allen qh llXll15 I Lohen rh Woods th Molton tb 1639 1666 NO1Eb OF THE GAME llns g une showed dearly that North Des Momei had been iceustom el to pl tyxn f vel y StIOI1f teams lnd they h td mole CI1dlllfll1C6tl1lIl we We le xrned more football IH thms contest than mn all the rest ofthe g xmas Comhmed Slgned Ihe le n Cohen the Plnk and Green halfback made f:1V6 touchdowns Nol th Hlgll tdmxtted th It our hne w lS QIIPBTIOI' to 1ny they hid ever pl tyed lQllI1St F'I MADISON 12 KEOKUK 0 Ihe lhanks51v1ngD1y game was 'staged on the Keokuk grxdlron thls Se lson lhe 5 une was vexv peppy from the fxrst wlnstle untll the last Al though the LIIIHQOII atheletei dld all then SCOIlI'lg duxmg the first half the une w is very lllfLI'LStll'l to the end and our hne held hke a plle of sand Ou: go xl w is thxe ltened only once and th it waS when the warrlors hom down the lug Creek completed a fol ward P189 hut the end who Caught the pxgskm w ts out s1de the nell lhe Senxors on the te1m recenved much 'tppl muse as thd the reat ot the eleven lhe fourth year men seemed to for get then souow mt playnng thenr last game 'md put forth every ounce of Strenght 1va1ble Ihe QLOIC 'mt the end Stood lv' M H S 12 Keokuk 0 Captam Nlgge meyer m xkmg both touchdowns ll rox wllf :I79 If wllf col fl lil! 343,252 hz nm W, SP ASON S IO I AI SLORI4 S Iwl lk N Nxym 1 I IN I HIILII Wood B mm llll I PI 4. psgl Int s msg ubuvm x mtl III wa NN VNII I uuyu lwl IISII L, DI Flu Smith I lX n IIxI Bonn Imp NA ood an psLI H III Ixullow 1t7 ll M A Yann In Punk SEASON 5 RECORD IVI X ZI 42 I 41 0 I2 208 runf' I Ngw I ondon VVANIIIIIQIUII Iiurlmglon IIAIIIIIIOII IIIII KLos.u1q11IL MIIIIWII North Des Momes Kcukuk 0 6 0 O 61 0 90 8 Polierted lg Ion L vip ,I M, lf ,lp IO I :I vii "f 5If' I , 0:--M I f"'s In I I 4. Y, .14 . lgilfi I ff Kin ' 'II II 'AIN Ium Iniw ' N Iirup kkkx IIHIQII iyf' - 4: ' I7 II I 86 'Ur 'I is 6 I6 ' I 2 4 26 4 24 I "4 I 4 24 w- N- 2 I2 U AIS I9 31 I 20 'III " " ' ' Q in II wr -rc Niflj' -1 - - ILXI I NIL " I illl . "Il iz 1' Graf I'c ' 'ns IK ' I ' it' IIA 'I 'I' 1 ' Q Spcl "r , . I". . H. S. 39 SIA Slmrs IIIII 7 46 ' . 13 - I i , X 3 l1, fEbzM1msZF FT MADISON SECONDS 13 KEOKUK SECONDS 0 On October 27th the F M I-I S Second Team journeyed to Keokuk Hxgh where they met the second te tm from that Hlgh School The Crlmson youngsters completelv outclassed thelr opponents and came home wxth an other sc tlp Lrrtf playzng at fullbuk w is tll21I1dlVldl13.I star for Ft Madlson The game ended Pt MdkIlSOD 13 Keokuk 0 In TCLOEDIIIOII of thelr SCFVICCS to the Crxmson and Black the second strmg men were g1ven R s I'hose recenvmg these emblems are as follows lr neth lxhne Muller Arnold McFarland K Young Peterson D Guthrle A tuthrle Beelman Schulte Moore They all expect to be out next year and w 1 tn M We wnsh these were the sentiments of every boy nn Hzgh School md then we would have a much stronger team PROSPECTS FOR NEXT YEAR 'l he prospects for a champlonshxp team next year are the brlghtest that we lm we h rd for a number of years Th1s season we lose the followmg letter men through graduahon Ex Capt Nxggemeyer Graf Spencer Funk Snuth and Kullow itz Bomcamp w1ll be lost for other reasons We stall have R :yn A Young Perklns Harper Capt Elect Marsh Hutch Poepsel and Wood tlns squad should make a wonderful nucleus for the formatxon of an other champlonshxp org lnxzatlon In 1916 we began wlth the same number of veterans 111 1917 we began wlth one more than 111 1916 why cant we wln another ch tmp1onsh1p7 There 1S no questlon about lt we wxll The members of the OlllgOll'lg class have expressed thelr wxsh that F M H S mlght wm five champlonshlps xn successlon 'I l1e backheld wxll be complete next year although the lme wall be somewhat weakened but wlth all the members of The R organlzatxon work mg fora posntlon the lme wxll wnthout a doubt be as strong as nn past hxs tory L, rpt Marsh has shown hns ab1hty on the football held to every follow ex of thls lme of sport ln Southeastern Iowa and should make a wonderful captam Here s hopmg you lead them to vxctory at Des Momes next October Marshxe J' 45" 1.1 s S tl 7, " fQl14,x f N I O ,' ra 'sr f XXX '4' 'L lol I ,nf ,l 31 lc Jnt lOl Il v M' 2, ' ' ' ' ' ' TF T'-'E-5. - 13 T - ' ' .z-if: ' - 1 - , "1 5 -- ' 12511 ' . raw- , 1-" fr .sniff ' -'tl sf f 45 If F r V' T552 IA 1 ' , -,vs , .M ., . , W. ,, 1525. 1 -f if - , , ' .fm 1+ , sw - V -.Vw 7? 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I ,6 .x-'DX M I. IQ?-1, ' g ff fffwf-YM .- I. Iv - :Q 2 413: gjflig s 3, X , iff f , N ' I I L A 4E bs'x 5 ' N553 If -'fi' -. I C I ' I . - X I I f' 1 . "' 'f ' I I I 1 7 , mx --rf I f I I I.-er Iv I j I 'N f qv 11 C21 'bl - I 1 .... g.gQ I IQLB time .i f 'muy' X f m S yt' 'fa-493 or of 5 Eb: ORGANIZATIONS There never has been a per1od mn the hxstory of the local hlgh school when the varxous organ1zat1ons representatlve of school l1fe have been 1n a more flourlshmg condltxon than durmg the past school year Not only have new orgamzatlons been formed but all of the old orgamzahons have seemed to take a new lease on l1fe One of the new organxzatlons of whxch the school can not help but be proud ns the Gzrls Booster Club an organ1zat1on promoted for the further ance of school sp1r1t and Pep espesclally nn the l1ne of athletnc endeavor No club has more loyally supported the aCtlVltlCS of the school or has helped the athletxc teams more both nn a financlal way and w1th the dlsplay ol Splflt The M club too has ilourxsed durmg the past year and many new mem bers have been taken mto the orgamzatlon The R Club the members of whnch are the boys who secured R s for thelr faxthful work on the team also deserve honorable mentlon for the part whxch they have played nn makmg our football team the Champ1ons of Southeastern Iowa The glee clubs always an xmportant part of the school act1v1t1es have shown remarkable progress They have grown ln numbers and IH smgmg abxlnty and the Annual Glee Club concert held at the Grand Opera House proved to be the most successful ever held Great credlt IS due to the Glee Clubs, and to thelr leader, Mr C W Weeks The past year has seen the add1ton of the C110 and Rambler Lxterary Socxetxes to the roster of the splend1d Hxgh School Organzzatxons These socxetles were formed durmg the first part of the present school year and s1nce that txme both orgamzatlons have been gxvnng regular programs before the assembly room The lxterary l1fe of the school zs thus well represented All told a school could not possxbly be better represented mn all of the phases of nts 3CtlVltCS, and the Hugh School may be justly proud of all of 1ts orgamzatlons 46 rw C- ' ' ' f ' U T . ' 1 JV lv -"U 'T 1, F Qi' '.' ', 3. ' 3413i gf AZ .V R 3 1 1- D V-lip! 4 Q Lv jxvl - 2"-11 w , '- ,I ' w- '--'f ,la -,., , . L, '- . : fci r l"'5. ,,-Rf: ' "--' ' 1 . . , . . . . ss H . . . . , . , . H ,, , . I 1 ' .L ,, . u Nl l I Y V Y I 90 It fo: ,uf ,I If ,nf fo: If Qwl FUNR Iva Nnggemeyer Wxllm mm hmf VlV1iU Mdfill H irry H lrper Jfunes E S5 encer M CLUB Presxdent RAY SMIIH Vue Premdent Jrxmrs SPL-NUR Sec Freas MEMBERS Ray Suuth .Tunes Hutch H ury Rayne Lyrux Wood 'hX .J 91 Carl Funk Prank Peop el Arvnllm Young John Bomcimp wr N 51 11 K , , , r . . I ' 'Q i ' K ' ' ' 2 S 1 z N U ' . Proctor Perkins Coach Graber Edward Kullowatz f uf- 5 f i'k' 331 - - ,f X 4, Y, X V 9 e.!.1L8 -i53- y"'TvU.9' x rf fem ms CLIO LI'l ERARY SOCLETY PkoCToR Pr RKINS Presldent HPLPN HoUs1oN Vue Presxdent Mnda Adams Loulse Auge Nellle Burdan Methyl hllxs Clara F1sher Ray Smxth Wmnle Glaha Lester Gibbs Helen Houston Ruth Cale George Conradt I 1 NPIIH' BUKDAN bac Tre is MEMBERS Edward Kullowatz Alma Lackman Georgxe McK1ernan Proctor Perklns Mary Pelan Freda Gehm Helen Stemple Vada Gxttmgs Charles Hughes Merle Myers Fel n Andrews VIVIAH Marsh Ivo Nnggemeyer Kathxyn Phelan Lemla Freneh Vida Skxles Hannah Lxoldman Wllllam Graf Glen Klme Merle Fxscher l Ol IW nl 92 lx :uc lOl ' , - "' 4" -- "' 'f':f"r" V' Y ,, Ln- 11-, ,: :- - - 1-..-gsflfjf' ' ' jg-i Y f- -, '- --'- -'Vi 325-5- 'I'-"' "', 'f'-2 .13-gh ' F - N .331 32.7 ' , . f .,. '. 1' - A '-f"' I : ""' ' 1 . ' -3. " 7' "-.ff .2 'I Ml 'VH ' 5- J .4 'ra , !7'.,',," ' L 1 u 3 ' 3 3 . ' , ' Q ' 2 . . Z . N ' .- 2 '. nf.: 47318 , J VO V me an ,, N' LM E ' T' RAMBLER LITFRARY SOCIETY Puuu MIIIPR Presudent HUIDA SLHIUVII-R V Presxdent Mild red Brown Hammond Larothers Ethel Frledhaber Thor ne Judy Sophxa Kumleh Phlllp Mlller Frank Peopsel Irene Smnth Paul B Whallon Laura Dunnxvan In lol FAY Kent Sec Tres MEMBERS Helen Bxlderback Elnnra Franklm Donald Guth r1e Granvllle Jacobs Lydla Knabe W1ll1am Moore Harry Rayn Hulda Schlueter Arvllla Young Wayne Crumley Harold Funkhouser Harry Harper Fay Kent M1ldred Largent Florence Paschal Ahce Rassmussen Mlldred Skyles Herman Brand 'Il' 'l 93lf 'll' rox, -'1 'f' ' '- - ei Biff" 7 W "-"T: Z':f'f" 1' . Lrg. 1 .E i,rl'iv,,:' , ' 1 L 'LQ "..57:'j' - ,Q a "'nQ-I-Jgfv 4 '. Q I , A W 7' V ,' ' , I , ' 1 X . .4 I V 5 1 fhfgyfv IV' T ,J fi' 1 -s 8 11" GIRLS BGOSTER CLUB IRI-NF SM TH V ce Pres den V DA SKY be Pres den ICHSUTCF Sec LOU sh R HNAL lf lOl 11 1 c an 101 1 H I 94 U 4 1 1 Y 'E Y, ' -'cz' W ..., S, , A , S 'fH'?Wf . U 4' S Q555 w.a'.u'l7 - Mhvyullu A M . , V 1 .f A A .I ,N it 1 C5 'fiiei q M. ' 'Z xggsiflw . ' :M , " 3M ' Wi ef . N511 I I W. , ,M .- en ., i . ' .4 ' A . -N1 ' ' f, f Q f e E I fig' '75 V 4 ,'.' 55 K' - ri' Xa f I ' l , if .NF e xi H. W, Gilt lg 'LT 1 I I, 1. . 1 t 3 . 1 , i i t pg' ,, V e .v 15 ' 13' '11, 'y. A DOROTHY HADEN, T VV, .,,'::'l l wf ifwbzmmmzaif GLEE CLUB Ns V ce Pres den Pkou nk Pr RK CFI Luz Pres PM P1 bec y Treas Hr UN HOUSTON 'T 1 O i u B 'T .. ND UI T M 7 ... 0 5 :. 511 - I 1' 1- I H? 'il JG . fx f ,., . ,I N, . 'Q V ,Q 'ff 1 341 . Z ' W I -. HY - . 3 .X Q ' T3 3 'I ' F9 A' me , ' M nm Tk M Ji " f'34'r.z XX 4. "H '-'P lx r ni A' '6' Oh Lemons X L A. . ' " 'A - ' K "" "A " .f -: S1 "fr YN. IQ 5 V - FY . :i"..'.4..1lL,3 ' J . ' '.,f ff . V"1 4222 ' I . if- Vx., ' 'L ,QQ f- l--wif., :rffgf X . , . 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LAND On account of the fallure of other schools to send us thenr magazxnes we are unable to have such a complete department thxs year as we have had heretofore The Exchange Department IS reallya deplrtment of crntxcnsm through whlch we recenve new ldeas and through whxch we gnve our xdeas to make other papers more mterestxng We have always recexved benefits from the Exchanges and thxnk that co operat1on makes success for every school magazme It surely xs not because we are above CI'ltlClSIll that we have not re celved any comment on our paper thls year We are always glad to recexvc any crxtlclsms or comphments that can be glven us hy other schools Our suggestxons for thus year are The Newtoma Newton Iowa Your storles are fine magazme shows lots of pep The Spectator West Hngh School Waterloo Iowa Your paper IS splendld Sectnon Army and Navy IS a fine addxtxon The Pebbles Marshalltown Hugh School Marshalltown Iowa We en yoyed your annual very much Come agam Provl Prov1soTownsh1p Hlgh School Mmywood I'l1nons Jokes are fine But where are your cuts7 'Maroon and Wh1te", Austm H1gh School, Ch1cago, Illmols Welcome Stranger' We enjoyed your Freshman number nmmensely and hope that more numbers wxll follow The 'Ou Qskalossa Hlgh School, Oskaloosa, Iowa We looked forward to I'CCC1VlI1g your paper and read It wxth much mterest Hope you wxll con txnue sendmg "The Manualeteu Manual Trammg Hugh School, Kansas Clty. Mo We recelved one number of your paper and enjoyed nt very much. We wxsh that you would contmue sendxng them The hBanner" Denmark, Iowa Your 1918 Annual IS splendld, the stones and Jokes are fine A wonderful book for the snze of the school lf lOl :llc ml 98 lc wht IQ, ,g iififse' ' -Y ,gi V ' f f 1 - I '- ' T7 I I E553 ' T- T5 ' -"' T' fifiif F 'f1- " .SVS Q V1-.N ' F .. .,J.' M , , 4- ,I HQN ., 1 f- 'nf --'-N 2 .Q . .V , ,f 1 :f ,4+, ". ' ::5-'- 'Qi Q-.-s My ' -.N '.,.,-.-1 r ,I .. If ., I ., A-,, - H, .. 1 ' 1 Z , . .k , , K. ' . - . . , .. .1 ,, 7 ' . . , . . . V, , . n vu ' , r - N , , . . . il YY ' ' I V I ' - 1 I - n .H - . . ' . . E ' 1 4 1 - - - , . . . . . . TQ! QiE1mzsW5ZiE X FOOTBALL msgs? W T UU X U fgf f . Nj? Q JJ 5 C! ffl wx lu E IO ll 199 r xc O H - , ' f ' I , , I 1 ,fff4 .J 'f'-.X Iiffff , ' 1 WN " ,f jig XXX j ' I GHAO' AEON, XY!! KU ' ,J 1' L X! X 7 , rw. X' J , S 5,19 " W fx! X iffy. ay , lj!! I , " ',xV,ff14 1 . fi? Ar X- 51,552 ' :ii i e f' JC ,. fa? fa? +2 -55 - f.E.-:-fi, ,ggi jx-X00 M W M W VT Q fi V i Y It 'MN Lf V Z U ' LJ Nl L L 14 llIIII H 1 Msiglft lgllfmim .M ALUMNI NCTES MISS Gretchen Mueller of last years gradu 1t1ng cl 155 was marrxed to Mr Perry Stabbs on Feb 18 1918 Mr A McCune nn alumnus 115o1n the servxce of h15 country 151 Lneutenant IH the xnfantry d1v151on statloned at Tacoma Washmgton On Feb 25 1918 at a d1nner party at the Metropolntin Hotel was an nounced the engagement of M155 Edna Crozler to Rev Frank K GlbSOI1 MISS Croz1er IS a graduate of the 13 class Mr Chfford Funkhouser of the class of 15 was marr1ed to MISS Esther M1115 of Keokuk on January 17 1918 Lew Watkms 13 md Harry Wagoner are servmg 1n France w1th the s1gnal corps of the armv Letters rece1ved from them stated they were tour mg 1 certam sect1on of France 1n Plckard auto 5 Be51des dr1v1ng auto tr11cks 111 the deptrtment they have ttken some trmps through France IU the trucks makmg long journeys between certaln pomts 1n the movements of supphes and men Mrs Shem Gordon 15 passed away at Sacred Heart Hospxtal 6 55 Feb 28 aged 21 years 8 months and 28 days Death was due to typho1d fever andcompl1cat1ons It came 1s a shock to her hundreds of fr1end5 nn tl1e Clty She was removed to the Sacred Heart Hospztzl nearly two weeks he fore her death where 1.n 1nl1nt d1ughter passedaway a few hours after b1rth Mrs Gordon WIS born IU Ft M3111SOH on July 31 1896 She graduated from F M H S IH the class of 15 and w 15 marr1ed to Shen Gordon formely of F M H S ln November 1915 Besldes her husbmd S ea she l mves 111 e son Jack to mourn her de 1th J Ernest R1chmond 09 IS IH the Research Depa1t1nent Bure1u of Standards Washmdton D L and 1nay be called to Fr ance to perform the same k1nd ot work at any t1me J l'heo RlCl1II1Ol1d 10 IS engaged 1n general Journ llIStIC work and add1t1on IS a schoolm ister and postm ister w1th plenty of war campalgn work dong the s1de He w1l1 enter the 5erv1ce lS soon as he can get hxs at fa1r51n shape to leave Frank R Rxchmond '215 1 l1l6L1lCd.l reserve 1nd student xt the Ill1no1s Med1cal College Lh1c,1do Ill I lOl 1,11 nl 100Ir If Q fi, 37 - - YV .I Fw- V I- 7' - .iff I H ' ' .H . - .Er ' 'Y 'V if 155' ff' """t'-H 1.1 ,. 1. 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Y: ,L . . , 1 + K ,nf JI 101.1 ,llf ao: 'I Refi, 3 inn .-.1115 5921 Sept Sept Sept Sept up bovs Sept Sept Sept Sept London Sept OC Ot Oct Oat Oet Oe Oe OC we luln Oc Oe Oe Oet lcross the Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dee Dee LOCAL CALENDAR SBPIEMBER 4 Sehool neun Evenybolx htppw 5 Poothlll pr letlLC stuted thls evenln Bug p ltruotu paruie tOl1lgllt Musue bv Hlgll School Plrst gune of the se :son Be it Stl0llj,.llllISt 39 to 7 Keep F11 I llSlI1gtl1lS tfternoon W uden Perklns glV8S 1 tllk Plve week tests 26 27 More tests 28 MlSSlll8Ctll1gl1tlxt to et lots of pep for Lyme wuth New 29 Be It New London 46 to 13 OCI OBER 1 Cnrls orglnxze Boostel Llulw to boost ithletxes 4 5 No Sehool 9 Mlsses tfnnly Hltt h 'and H11elJunse vlslt shool Retepllon tor WlSlllIlgtL5l1l3k5NS lt Fay Kents Letll hlfkllllliw vxslts sthool Be lt W tshmn ton 7 to Pust number ol the Leeture Louise the F1ll1p1no ulntette enlor el iss sells most tlekets hut the 10 lS lost loo hu ell enough I lg d y B1 lHlSS1llLLtlI1Q' Be tt Hurhngton 21 to 0 Pr ufessor H lWklUS spe xles to H S Sophomores txke tdvlnt we of w Arm we tther 1nd hlke YIVLI NOVEMBER P xuns Be lt H unllton 42 to 6 7 24 28 Be at Keokult 12 to0 and un S I' Lh ll11pIOI'lSlllP 15 un Too w 11 In to work so ku is pl iw hookw N Iles Nlonnes ttkes the seoxe home 62 to 0 Ill her txvox 28 29 ll inks nv n vue ntlon DILCEMBER I l'No hte: nysoeletxes ue ore lI'll76Cl Senxox tl Ass entextun tooth mll squ ul at Young s L1 e 1 1 0 ff-nl' V' 77 I - HW '77 'H-Y' 7777" ' " 'Z - 4131. - A If 2' ' 5 we A f . l'f'.qw,,Ak-I q, v-iw., I' f Ihavi- 11. 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K lOl Jn: 1' 102 If I 1 my -ws. fill E fl -v'7'x L W? fafwhz mm Dec 17 Cncero class gxve program 1n honor of Roman s Saturnalxa Mr Welch and Mr F1sh v1s1tors Dec 19 Mr Welch speaks to H S an an an an an class an JANUARY 2 School starts agam aftex Xmas vacatxon 2 Weddlng bells 4 Mxss MAFIOD Hamllton VlSltS school 10 11 Exams 17 Florence Tennant returns to school to graduate wlth her 21 Helen S fell down nn Scnence room Perhaps she IS gaxnmg too much knowledge Jan 22 All J the CIVICS class VlS1t Court House wxth Mxss Stempel as chaperon Jan 25 Cho Soclety gxve program Jan 1 R club entertam wxth bob party FEBRUARY Feb 1 Jomt program by Llterary Soc1et1es Everybody enloys Feb 6 Paul Munsell of U S S M1ch1gan was a vxsltor today D clamatory contest Wmnxe Glaha takes flrst place Peb 7 M club entertaln Feb 8 Geneva Corsepxus of Chxcago Un1vers1ty vxsxts school Feb 15 A mlsfortune befell G C ln Sclence room Ask George how nt happened Feb Feb Mar Mar M lr Mar Mar 22 Patr1ot1c program 27 Jumor Red Cross organxzed MARCH 1 Another program by llterary socletles 6 Tunes contest closed Jumors wm the fiver 18 Physmcs class VlS1t electrxc plant 21 22 Exams agam Last tune for Seniors maybe 1 I 29 Ramblers entertam APRIL Aprll 1 Mr Sandberg of Carthage gwes usa talk on, "A H1gher Ed ucatmon ' Aprll 12 Physlcs class hlke to hllls to work experxments Apr1l 22 ' Back to the farm movement ' All Senlor g1rls wear aprons and boys over alls Aprxl 23 Senlors entertamedatthe home of Merle Myers by Mrs lr 101 :llc J'103 If :lla lOl JI F -3- 2 - G- , 2 7 ' ,aff f pi , ,' :Q v 5' T9 f 3 - .law-,LQ - ' '.,ys 'fir .M ef? 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N ' 5 V f, gn :IJ-DJ .4515 SOCIALS Norm CLANcY M CLUB ENTERTAINS Vxvxan Marsh was host Thursday evemng .lan 10th to the members of the M Club and the1r frlends at hxs home 423 F1fth Street Music and dancmg furmshed the evemngs entertamment S1xteen couples enjoyed the atfa1r and at a late hour refreshments were served Coach and Mrs Graber and Mlss VIVITH Campbell were chaperones WHITEMORE SCHWARTZ Mlss Gertrude Whxtmore asslstant pr1nc1pal and teacher of lI1ZithCl'Il3.tlL9 m F M H S was marrled to Chas H Schwartz ofW1nfie1d Iowa at u1ncy Ill on Dec 8 1917 The ceremony occurred at 5 30 oclock ln thc evening at the parsonage of the M E Church Rev McCartley officxatmng MISS Wherry and Mr Kxrk both xnstructors ln the local schools attended the couple After a weddxng supper at the umcy Hotel Mrs Schwartz M1ssWherry and Mr Klrk returned to Ft Madxson and Mr Schwartz left for Camp Dodge Mrs Schwartz wlllcontlnue her dutnes nn the local school untnl her husband re turns from the front The students of the hxgh school wxsh Mr and Mrs Schwartz all knnds ofgood luck BOB SLED PAR 1 Y Thursd ay evemng Jan 11 a number ofthe fellows took advantage of the snow and entertaxned the gurls at a bob party At eleven oclock the crowd went to Youngs Cxfe where 1 hot supper awalted them Those who enjoyed the affur were Sophla Kumleh Merle Fxsher Nora Clancy brace Ballenger Fav Kent Wmme lrlaha, Hirold Funkhouser Ph1l Mlller John Bomcamp. Wm Lrraf Chas Hughes and ProCtorPerk1ns Mxss Sprecher act ed as chaperon TEACHERS CLUB MEETS Tuesdav evenmg Oct 30 at the home of Nlxss Margaret Fraxley, pr1nc1pal of the Jackson school the teachers Club entertalned complnmentary to Supt F A Welch wh u has resigned hls duties here lhe school board was also III attendance and the evenmg was very much enjoyed by all present BIR FI-IDAY PARTY Sunday Feb 24th Harold Funkouser entertamed frlends at hxs home ln honor of Paul Whallon's bxrthday If lol :lp ml 106 If :Ht rox ta , V 'l - ' H 1 ' '- 'W :az T1 wr' if .5 f 255325, , ' , , ' V , W f: , ' - 1 : . ' ' 44.5523 F s 74 " . ' ' Q -f : ..- , 4 ' Q K . 15" Y ' , , ., 4' . ' Lifgiv H: 1 I,"-:gif 1. Il., J UQ' I P: f' .asa 1 'N 'zf 1, 'Z B4 LI H .. ,, . . . . . , . , , . , . . . , . , . ' ' , ' , I ., - , - - . , , . . f Q . 5 1 D 5 ' 7 1 , K . i . 1 . . Q ' . ' ' ' . 2 . . ' ' 2 1 , ' ' . 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W SURPRISE PARTY Monday evenmg Oct 30 a group of young people surprlsed Edward Wallace w1th a party mn honor of h1s seventeenth blrthday The g3.th8I'lI1g was held at hns home 223 Thlrd Street Games and smgmg were the amuse ments of the evenxng Refreshments consnstmg of nce cream and cake were served by the hosts mother VALENTINE PARTY Zena Wrnght entertamed a number of frxends at a Valentxne pmrty Thursday evenmg Feb 14 The hxgh school students who were present are as follows Mnldred Skyles Henress Llvlngstone Nellle Burdan Sylvu Pogel song Harry Rayn Walter Morton Thorne Judy and Wayne Crumley ENTERTAINS INFORMALLY Maud Welllngton nnformally entertamed a company of fr1ends Wed nesday evenmg Nov 28 at her home 1125 Des Moines Street The evenmg was spent mn Sewlllg and kmttnng DCl1ClOUS refreshments were served bv the hostess T T T CLUB MEETS The T T T Club met at the home of Louxse Auge Thursday evenmg Feb 14 Mus1c and cards were the dlversnon of the evenmg Honors fell to Bar bara Auwaerter Refreshments were served by the hostess JUNIOR SENIOR PROM On Wednesday evenxng May 29 at 6 30 oclock the Jumors w1ll enter tam the Senlors at a three course banquet to be held at the Masomc Hall Dancmg wxll follow, Agnes Orchestra furnlshxng the muslc The followmg after dnnner speeches have been prepared. wlth Ph1l Mlller actmg as toast master "Halt Who Goes There7" P1111 M1ller 'The Counterslgnu Wnllnanx Moore "All1es " Mary Phelan Over The Top" J W Fnsh "Court Martlal " Ray Smlth " l anks' Herald Fuukhauser "Home on Furlough " Vxvlan Marsh t'Where Do We Cro From Here "' Helen Houston ff 'e ' ' ggi e-2 S -2 M - 5 S A "iE'?'T 0231 T' fl-. 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T. MEYER, the Grocer 1' Has A eoleudlclly equipped Store vxlllm .1 Complete 5 line of5t.1ple and luluey Groeeiles l ll you .ue oantlcuhu about youu Grocenes we be l lleve that you would llke to llade at our stole 1 Excluslve agents for "Old Iudge Coffee" I 'Xt vdfo 'ml Y i "'v. l 'I-A, " ' " I "A 'A W Y!-kl',l', "' lv-4' e ' dw- X A x 1 A,,", '.',. F !'f -.ky ','x'-v.j.,Q-M' V lu" "fri Q . 'll ' 7 1 l l A l",5'f:-153511-5 o - 'H-' -54.-M " f if .5 f ' l l , -. 'Aff '. LlZL'1.MiL:,,, 45? l 4 e T eggigi' y W fljllf ' 'T V A-""Y- 'All 'il , Ti. ,477 r-G lil AN- ' I l . ' xl A 'i l " l-'ONT M Xlbl. X uex w -, i I 11 .1 ,J l ll ll I l l las ' U H L' -'llIl,'5, 1 l' .j ' Q2 " 5 l H l By so l nmg, l D L ' 1. 1, us x 'ell as llul uvxl y4'?1l'.S stall vill I l? Q2 .QC lu- lw -Hlecl. 1 e f f e 1 lllil- 11 li W. '.. .N 1 l l' ' Q Q 1' 1 1 B7 wif fwbfhtm F WM H ATLILE Pl"CS1dCl1t W N BLALKINPON Vxee PI'8S1dCllf GEO M HANLHETT LZISIIIQI' LOUIS G KIEL Ant Laehxer Lee County Savmgs Bank ILS I ABI ISHP D 1888 Under Stite JlH'lSdlt.tl0ll 1uCl SIIQCIVINIOH I0 A7 hfonnnmmfannmnfon f ,K X-'i44f7,gfA Cash Lapltdl S 0 000 O0 Surplus Fund 10000 00 Addltlonal Lldbllltv of Stockholders 50 000 C0 Lomhmed Total 5110000 00 DOES 'K GhNYl'R-Xl BANKlNf BUblNh5S FOUR PILR LENT lnterest paxd ou sux or twelve mouths Tune Deposxt Three per Lent lIlf6l'6St on Savings Book Aeeounts Iowa fax hxempt In vestmerxt Bonds for sale bafetv Depomf Boxes tor rent DIRPK IOYS Nm H Atlee Nm I' Klel XX N liln Lnniou Geo M Hanctett John P Cruxkshdnk noi' 'ei 'ff1?' . g:' " - 01: sfgfffffi '45 1' Vm.75 ,251-MN ' - f if 7fjr.'.,':' . I1,1f2M'l ,351 e SQA? f" 0' .A ii. - CARL E. STOECKLE, Ass't Cashier ALBERT R, BENBOW, A5s't cashier ev- 0 0 0 -M e-,,e.-e,-- , , ei 0,1 L f N , s l WMV: xxhi - ' - ' A U . if4' ' V! ,jlwxjyv , i f,. 4' , K I . . ' I 1 ' ' I I I I . . r , Li fi 0 0 -A ' V ' ' ' J Q S, fllwhefwktnzs 20 X fl. si A- 3 'fl' ffigi ,X Thls IS ust a Suggestlon of how Impromptu occasions can he qulclclv met mlth complete satlsfactlon ln the lllectrlcallv Equipped home Plld.lCPlCdSll1g eve temptnn and wnth nl noux lc-hills md wholesome lepnsts c U1 he quxcklw prewued lllClClllI1lIlY suved lw the hostess w 'lOl1AS Elitffltlll 11 ax s of 1 ou: I ln these days of conservxtxon and efhuemv lll the home Flu tru Apphances plove 1 wondexful help md swung to tl housewlle lnich home has :ts lIldlVldllil PlOl'Pl8l11i .md oux suggeshons and zdvxce wlll help m the selectlon ol those wus WlllLll wlll most heneful Voul s No change or Ol1llSll10l1 whatsoever for LOI1SUltdllOI1 we ue glad to sexve vou Fort aclison Electric Company f he -fs of f 1 1 ll 1 1 offs ff 1 fig 1- 1 A, , . A ' ' "S 'A V f I' "A .sc-..,'s1.-W.. T -,f 11- :Ts -f1!!',' I 1 Q A, . X if , 'f'f"f' V' ' ", 2 1wL'1E'c', - .Mi '1 l ' , V 'pf "MJ" -,f,7'g,,, .gf w Ng. 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' ' - ' 1 ' ist sf: iE?VDhf!E1mf5 'lm R N JOHNSON Lawyer MRS C W EUBANKS lk. k' G A S I ARKWEA 1 HER Physlclan and Surgeon 6375 SECOND STRIHPT DR S P TELFORD VC d ALBERT PERSON Insurance and Real Estate DR I-I E MURREI Dentxst I-IERMINGHAUSEN 84: HERMINGHAUSEN Lawyers DR J M HOBBS DCl1tlSt HOPKIRK 85 PAYNE Insurance and Real Estate 1 :mu SIREI- J M CASEY M D 703' Second street R A GARDNER Insurance DR IHOMAS BESS OI lk INOII IVIIIQN Ill Wll K llt' E C WEBER Lawyer J R FRAILEY Lawyel GEO B S FEWAR I' Lawyer KIEL 8: SCI-IROEDER Real Estate and lnsun ance ft. as A" ' f C I '.x1-:vQ:21 fl 3 IC, '- ', 1' Lri, 'fit'-7'r . E? L7 "F"-7'-'Hp ' wg -iff -P .4 . 35 K t , Q L -l "- -- H , 7, .gf lx,A .n.CN5' f "5 r 4, - 'u,"f?Y E I-jc.. 1 ft X YV: -i , 4' , D V-.Ffa-X4 1 . . . , , . H.airdressinn. Slxampooixw. Facml ' Massage. Scalp Treatmexa Maul- Chlropractor Curt lull hulopody' Over Zc:r's Dr! woods Store 705 'rout Street Fort Madison Ll, Y Assiqant Otficc over Le: County Savings Hunk f- Suite 4, Ft. Madison Savings Hank lvl l- 2 -S ' 12 A " ' II' Q F 't M: l' Sz ' ' ' Hg kl nl 1. 'XBHNJQK3 5 nm We DR F A WOODMANSEE Dentist PURNEA SEELEY D C Ph C Chnopractox L, Ll Bl ck DR C I DALEY Osteopath and Physlclan C 151 x J P CRUIKSHANK Abstracts and Loans d Pl dv Bl lg GEO P NEAL M D 44Y H191 GEO P SLC B ANFHES Real Est te and Insurance 113 P M DR F C ROBERTS K DR R M SCOVEL DClltlSl IHE GUARANTY LIFF Consult JOHN DOWNS W H NEWLON M D I ee County '5lV1I1sS Btnk Bllll Img DR E P HAZEN Dentlst ee ountv STVIIIQDS ll ul Ili: DR V II DOERING 935 Front street 4 DR CARL W WAHRER lnclxcal atc 1 Bulldlllif W A SCHERFE Insurance E H POLLARD Lawyer DR C F WAHRER Office 7122 Second stleet l J, 5 '11 L C ri' .--,. L LECLLL , , f , A 'I' V- A 1,154 Vx , , r ' 1 .' - lx, -wg, 4 ' :gg il ' ly, A , " h ,1'ifiV'LEi2' , . P ' 'P' 'X'?f,T:t7'ilQ, 4' 'V Q, Y X32 SL? L1 - . I fi- 'ff V: 7'-951,-law' " 1 ' 'EK Q41 g f' r V ' ,7' '+h'H'f:f -4,11 f ' le l Member ot U, C. A. Graduate ot P. . . . . . S. '. J' 'z't:F t' H" Stevenson Blllldlllg, Pune and Second Hropl M' N Ouu am 'wld' Jaxnes o . Over Zerr's Dry woods Store phmm N l Gronn A om' Kenna: I ay. r X n . ' ' , . . . . . ears' Iixperienfe. a Hx-United States Examining Surgeon lixanxining Surgeon lor Dru 7-18 ' , Hausa Block . une street Fort adison J s I Jltice in IDCIIIOCIAZH Building l . . . ' I . fa A if 2 , Over Youngs Cate ' l ' ' 1.--c 1'. -n4.kB'm1g I I A St' ' Hsu k WQ8g,ag? ga 1 9143 4 51.20 Buhh lgrmitng QIHIIIJJEIIIQ Art Metal Steel za ht Wall Fire Pruo Su e Fzlzrz Cabznctb Duke Chau s Shelvznb fran Qfer Cases Bond Buns Book Cases EIL LET US ADVISE YOU I3 CJ D D 621 SECOND A FORT MADISON STREET X, low A O lbblflixvlb DEPARTMENHJ SHJQRE The Stare of Eemfwmy and Service ESTABLESHESEJ 235 2.512-3.54.79 .5 Cf fbi f ee A e ef V f 4 4 fs, 1if , '4 wwf.-v 4xf' 1 , .fi-mfxig,--3Aw.,fj e . , , Wfeffw-. I rg.-ln,--.5 NL I 7. .pl ' 5: t, ' f Iafir I' F-fx-A. ' xcfesfb e W '-, x-f+ffJw' o o W K N L-U - f fs, --Kg , ., . ., 1 'ev . U, y m' JS, ,I '.', . . Xe X . e 3 N 1 , 41, 5 C Y' C1 . 1? 'R f H: 5' if . Q1 r' .55 4. 'I ' 61 f FW EBDQJ is Hia ,' is SIMON DIFKMANN P d Mg ROY MARTIN A tMg W G 0 E Amusement PATT,-to 'Y Company Grand and Crpheum Theatres Exh b tors of Paramount Metro Goldwyn and Triangle Motion Pictures Theatrical Attractions Vaudeville Fort Madison, Iowa 1: 11 Y: 5 3 r -IHA -K Tiki ffjw gY-Yj,..,..v --U 41 X,--PII.: H is Q. 1-fffiffl .42,14!4 . ' f'.- ' '9l'..lAfLlLf 1 T -5 W K T T fate fHf'4V"1i" ,-., , 3,4-A ,X-V f I , .,- .f L.,,1S.'f-5 'Qi1Lv.j' 2" L T W gentler,-s '-',f"fn5,"3yfP"4' 'Lf-gil: ' -'Y ' ,Q 'ff' li i. , , res. an r. , ss' r. fi il W -A 1 il . . 5' 1 0 0 0 ' 1 6 -,,,,p4,, f - uc u es Q 'wi v-' Q ' ! Y :sn T I W ii 1 t I I Y -1 i i -- i 1 1 LOW SHOES Best varxety mn Clty All the deslrable colors and leathers nn newest deslgns for women and men LESS EXPENSIVE HERE .,..,,, st Star Shoe Store Twas a dark mght and twas Helen Houstons blrthday Mass L A crowd of I-Ilgh School k1dS cele brated the affaxr at Skyles palatlal domlcnle Party was over at mnd mght Twas stlll dark Hulda gave Ray her muff to hold wh1le she fixed her haxr M1ssRob1nson Economlcs Cant anyone 1n the class answer that questxona M S M Surely Wxllxam the Great can B111 M Mnstaken agam for Im W1ll1am the Sllent It ns a notable fact that Phone 511-Y 2515 Santa Fe Ave. however cleanly seamen may be on water, they have decmded dns l1ke to bemg washed ashore Call and See the New Spring Qxfords and Pumps IN ALL SIZES, WIDTHS, LEATHERS and STYLES 943 Front Street L- 2 --6. -5 I V , - 'E e . ,- ' . fm-gq-y aa' rf. VT E-'75FF?i7 " - f '!'a'?"W' 15 - 'X??9Taff:'uAL 'l qi, hw .-1 " ff 'QT' . E ,Q 14 f ' 4 5. Y ,LI 1 1 1 I ' ' l Q . . l n . 1 Q D WB yi 1.915 1tJg1sQ,Z0 I-IGME CGCDKED MEALS YUUNG S CAP E 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I The LARGEST, CLEANEST CAFE ' In the City 1 1 1 I If , , ' if fl. If ww, ' '- f H 1, Hx! MIS LA-', lf JMX .U .-Q -A JFK' DJ 5 I-if iwiluxf gg 1' 2 '.'1'v-fl F - : si 'N' 1' 'A 11 ' '.f'17'3Iwe 1 f 1.'4rffgf-TV ' fl.-,iZ g,, fl',1.l,.'.If'. 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U a - 1 4 is VL IE . . , In l ll I U e ' if 1 I, ' li C il 4 ' 5' 1 , , If , ,I 1 Q6 4,1 If Jsfa frrymzd PLACIL COAL QRDERS AT CDNCE' For Next W1nter S Supply Warns Fuel Adm1n1strator CARS MUST BE KEPT BUSY Repetltlon of last season 5 ehortage can only be avolded by consumers orderlng fuel lm medlately to meet the1r needs says Dr Harry A Garfield WP SILLI IHF BIHSI CRADPS DF y Bnumlnous and Anthracite CQAL JOSEPH HELLING Mann Cffice 1026 Front Branch Office 508 Second Ly Phone 81 M Phone 665 M , ,. , P V , ,PH -W P 'AY' ' I-if, -w 1' ' ' S' ' r M ,ig -' '-Kg-'gvivfff ,cw ,,9 ,Q E t vip, 2-AQEAQYJ-f,j.:ffy-, ' . 5-L SN ,1 P, I 7' ,' - 3 5,22 ' W -"'.1,,. 19- .gt-,I 5. br., tx ,J n V .,, ' -L ' ?BI.'1cf?Y.'J iw P ff S, !F".."Tl'l 'f'.'I1',.. -Wg ,N T I1 I 4 . Q i ei y y W 31 W W A 1 a y . . y - ..... E y 3 'P , " , 2 3- 19,313 .VQL20 f?fst tg? I Eb: 23111125 EN LAND CO H H MASDEN Manager Fort Maflzson Iowa S ZollllltintTljyrllsxlillul Iowa and North lVl1i9O1lI'1 Farms a p We Sell md loa Gener l hxehan e BuS111eQs all k1 d f puter 111 all part of the COUIIITV Rents collect d and taxes 1111 for ll0ll dent lwxrm land 1nd CllV prol, rty soll 011 lllk nthlx 1181118111 C ORRESPONIDENCF SOI ICI l lf D Pnpeless 'Funnaces We Are Agents For Jewel and lVlon1tor P1peless Furnaces nv Estlmates G1ven Free See me before bllyl is l. D Cmpp 1302 Second St nd repmr Lloves Pverytlung A I We clean Llothmg Hate 1 lant and dry cleamng System IH c1ty 'em too Onlx Steam p rutlu-rs. PS Ste-ffns B ' Little Star Cleane- Our waffon w1ll call for and Plerme QIVC us Zll!ldlO!1l6I 6 ds WltllOl1l extra charge del1xe1 tour goo Nl' ww? Nl FORT MADISON IOW'-X 813 Sl'l,ONlD STK!-ET P'1lO l W-,ff -YAWM --AM A 1- 'if F ' 'A 'i " .- ,. ' ' . . ,J-51 l ,xi A-" , , , , ,V , , ,iw -ff i -: -- ' ' f 1: '.- 1 'IK E V. 1 K - 1 F E E ,,: .L xg: , -K. l'5l'lN"." 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Q 4 Je-WH QQM fl 'tt lf' Wm: nm We Q1 edMiW CQ CQ 51 fe 7 W34'56fQi7f725Z69ff6ef3 tQ f 2 Haw- 1 our Slllt Midi to Your DIPAQIIPP We guarantee them to Ht and please you ln every way Large woolens to select from and lots of them Our Styles are the Latest rl he Glasgow THIIOPQ 119 Pme St fstWfmt wQtQf2 Ee2Z6f?W C X Save Your Screens Had to buy new screens thls .ffl X 10'-5, i year Old ones rusted out You CAN ELIMINATE rms EXPENSE BY Us1No Pattons SHUFLI Screen Pamt It protects the WIYC from rustlng perfectly Cnly , a small can of pamt IS needed It w1ll not cost l much Come 1n and get a can today and pamt your screens durmg spare tlme Hawkeye Lumber Company FRED H WHITE Mgr Phone 786 Y H02 Front Slreel 53310 ,t .gf I "Es f' om' on ,KL 'E 1' , -15,,'xL , 1 ef,-e',ft.,'.g1?if A Vg ,AE,,g,f 4. p"f'jQ,L51e'-'mf 3 9','LlQA'i'N"'.Ai,L1t , E .f ff f-E, 'ff ---- ' ' 'l i ll l, Y I wb' I f 9 r f V f r f I f -1 Y V421 I 93,1 2, ff f T741 ,f 674 'A KTCLT :A if in I eiiw , cz"4f K cr"d .4 , Y 7 0 rf ' ' , 5 I . 1 .f . , 'Z' E f' t f 'Z' l l l ' 9 W '1 0 ' C Y A I ' I "E y I y I ' f I 7 I y I l V il GT, 7 ff',f fa' Q45 cf'4 I cf' ffyf 74 ,- U effy. 11.415 I ?4f ,624 1 A 4 A I l .. . l 3-Qtr X :iii , ,fs "P gtsfi -, ' X -'9 .Y in If LX, Ji .. my ,V 47 1 , I" iL.4'- I. -,k ,- le f A l - - '1 EU -52: ri- 1 le .ff - n I E l Lg f I -1 - .. - i ,i 1 "V Q-Q 'J-2 I .f W t l -' -' KX :W 'N . - V l f-fiftf I 1 ' ' l tw, may L35 f' Qftgfgmo B E N B O W woon AND coAL 1006 PRONI SI REE I Ottnce Phone 75 M Resndence 929 Fourth Street Phone 192 M Wh xtever troubles Kdcllll h1d No one eould m xke hun sou By say n when he told a yoke. Ive he 1rd th lt 1 ne before Io Buy 100 Second P uh uw' Hand St0ve5 bmxtty No she 18111 exut ly pretty but she s that III e nn able somethmg, kmnkv Yes Iknow H ue! s We 21150 Buy 5611 dtd has heapa of yxck too and Exchange Wm Peterson Y M L A H0l1SCh01d Ill Burlmgton How much IS mx Goods 1 1' Llelk Wh ttroom 0 e Iilcp onthe 1 nut W W CASSIDY txhle Llerk 1 y ten s Phone 51 Y 705 Setond street hom Excluswe Sales Agency FOR IHF FAMOUS 1 Chase 85 Sanborn S Seal Brand Teas and Coffees it H 1 L K' M 71,-A" " ',f"""' -"J 'A Ja 1 l . lx F, Y 1 - - V -A fn R R vp ': '.X,ffr V fl '1.w.9' . ,' "JL 4151? .51 , 1 , 551 41"-f" - Fan' ' Ti ix' ff V wer-ji ' 1 ' A ,, 1 ' A '.1Q,t,,',,nf'1Sf' ,122 L- Y-.-.. ' 5' h 7 H ---4 rl-'H' 1' 13 . I! , , I. 1 1f 11 A s 1 " ' 1 I K , 11 11 Z f 1 ' 1 1 '1 - . ' , . , 1 I - . , 1 -' ' ' ' ' 1 : 1, r 1 S- . 1. U ' 2 Q N f A, xl X, ..- - 1 1- ,, . A 1 A 11 11 1 V . . 1 1 1 .1 . 1 , . 2 hx . S---,, I! 1 .. , , F1 1 2 . , la .M 11 ri . . 'lv I .. A' I ,, D tn 1- , X . Y. " , . Q" f vtflfr .h'll'z'1 11 1 I 1 Z I T : "F'ft ' ' ti an i . b W I X. V X 1 1, I1 1 I1 . 11 1 1 s 1- N - Q I1 1 ' X 11 1 1 1' 1 1 - , , , Service Integrity Consult A T I. E E For Bullcllng Materlal Phone 36 Quahty Dependablllty H IZLB K E526 gi! ar We P HFS? N, SCHAPER Sc KCDCI-I Meat Market PROMPT DELIVERY Phone Nos 77 and 193 1030 Fourth St Mr Clague dally opens hrs Ygu 01' classes wxth a brlght saymg as Anyone absent here? Hrs after noon lectures usually close wlth By j1m1ny xt dldnt work that CC trme' Repalr A speakmg of Mr Clague does he attend cholr practxce so General Contractor and regularly because he adores slng Construction Engineer mg or IS there another reason? Kmky has a llttle watch Whxch mterests htm an 'I another Deslgnsy Plans, The plctures very clever but Specifications and Is lt ever shown to mother Estimates W G Was Klmey really fired from Mlllers Brrlllant Soph Naw the 1017 6th St P11036 790 X boss just quxt paymg hrm so he got sore and qu1t" FOR THAT Nobby, New, Up to Date Sult that has the Snap, Style and Flt Get the HERMAN NILE FRESHMAN CLOTHES tl Lowest ln Prlce Best ln Quallty at ll G0 EL, S Tailor and Ctlglhlgecond Street I ,1 Y 'fafkf f - " 2' 'f"'Tf'E-111' 1 ' '- - ' ', f- 'ww' . "Zn, f Y, ,- . A '-' . ,Nwgyv , ,-. V, ft if ,s wr- "'.1N -1-Q., 3 my Tit.: .'ff1',1,5f,2x ,I F ,ZZ in-U 'il j t ' ' ,I . , Lp' , . , " fx '. LAI 'K' 'Nm 41- 5 7 p ,Q ' f' at .4 . 15,3 ..,, E, ,. , . I :I B, :WLS ' ,If Q:-Q if 3' LLELLL ".1-f"'r4'f?fL-2527 Z ' Welt? l w l 4 Ii . . I . Q ' ' . . :I . ,I f T! . n ,, . - Il . U ' e nl .. . . . , ,, 1 tl S . ,. , - 1 Q Q - . r l O - 0 . . N . K 1 V 1 , 0 0 0 , ,X f ' l u . . H . . sn ' 1 5 .0 1 f F131 a 354550 5 ffm DIAMONDS WATCHES CONRAD J I-IEEGN THE LATEST IN JEWELRY 2619 Santa. Fe Ave STORE PHONE 379 M RES PHONE 254 J Santa Fe Watch Inspector CLOCKS SILVERWARE L L MILLER Sc CO Clothlers and Furmshers l The Sooner You Buy Any Kind of Wearing Apparel, The More Money You Will Save. T 5 I 1 'VE' , .' V1 f L' W' Y Y W mfr' ,V 713' ' 'V - mul -5" f 5- H pawn 'E H of--4 fl if l El!! E1 mf 1 Elf fLf.:-iff' , ff' 1' Lge L., '-zf'-N-W' L . R L L ri l . al es M li ll l - . - 1 l l 1 50,0754 VOL20 1 SSM 1 I11 VCIY Few Words HEYINGS FURNIIURE ls Co1121Ct 111 D151 ll Sub 5ta11t1a1 111 Co11str11Ct1o11 Att1act1ve 111 Appea1a11ce bat15ff1cto1y 111 U51 lV1o11e1f1te lll PIICC f A' IS 1 H1v1.1s P1111 M1 LI Saar Brothers 1 P B W Not 1111 FQRI' MADISON ICWA 15 1 les 11 lL S S IL lktlklllg 1 e UI 1111 fOl1l XL W holesale and Retzul F our ee Seeds Salt, and A 7Wl1tt1lf, only f11Ce s llle o1l1 111 15 w IS ce11t1y11 Il by 111r I1 1te11 1111111s1 1 11111 11111 1 s1c111 111 1 f 1 e 1 11111 x 1111 1 11 1111 M Y 1 s 1 11 thu use Ill N111v11 You not only get a perfect f1t but you make your se1ect1on fron the latest styles when you buy SHOES From A. D. SOECHTIG 809 Second Street if-ir ",. ,- ,f" V ' , ' h"'f,ff ,f"'P U'F'. Q 'F H Y. 4 V, I .1-,X 11,4 , YY,V Y . . ,.- L, K, 'WVLV A' , .. X 1,' '- 2' 1 Q 11' S . - . . ,1,, ,.x,,,s,, 1.4-11 1.-,,,.-,-, 1 . . ' 1-1 4 NM . . . ' , -'Q 3 ' , n Q A 11 f'f23 ' ' 1 'J -x'f' lgfgmx . ' ' . 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Stempel's West End Drug Store Santa Fe Avenue Phone 76 Fort Madison, lowa l l 4 A. 2,4 ,lf - Q 1 E' fi't0-f t . :i sis .lf NN1Q'4'fs'sQf.e,ifflf 'l l QV t s j gg ggnl ' "'k""""I 1 l l 1, ,, la f 1 is t 1 It rl Q1 - 'x ll i fl 1 H ll . - 3 l t e Q , 6 .I 7 ' 6 . l Qidgpffg, fl KQJ L3 1 a f Q DONALD RICHARD COMPANY Perfume and To1let Goods Sold by WILKINS GROCERY War Has Created Opportunfues for You' Ne e befo e e eso any ell padpostons ope to yo ng na d o H 'r ENROLL NOW for a thorough and efficlent busmess trammg , course at J ll I: The Fort Madison Business College i, Accountmg. and Ledger Postmg Machme Courses Stenographxc, Commerclal, C1v1l Serv1ce. Bankmg. Hxgher 1 School open all Summer Wrxte for Catalog Q A. F. WHITE, President fI,,,:,,,,-,,A, I ....... , ,., W, ,,,, -.. ,, K... -,,.,,- .,,A-,,., ,-.. A, , , -la. . , so We- -CA - .120- if A 'I A f lf fs' 'lf f sff, L5 ' 'Il ' if lf: gQgQ.Q-,f ff, 3, , l. J . . si v r r w r m w .i .i i n u me n w men. ng? Ehefiznsrs Arteslan Ice Company Clean ICC at low pr1ces The only focd Commod 1ty Whlch has not ad vanced 1n prlce but has lmproved ID quahty Q JOHN REBO H. F. BENBOW I 1 nf Distributors 'i We All Have Telephones Call Us Up lx 5 1 -fifsn. X' L- eww s -437,4 Q ' sn, ?K"""'l' ,,1,lf17Y'1n Y irrr Y4" '-vvvr Y V 17777 Y Y iviirnrrw Y v' 'YYY 7Yi"YYW W T-77? V V W '1."'1f:YK:f'T o 1 r TW Y ' 1 I fl 1 - pl n . . Y n - J ni v 14 . . . it gi il I1 ii l 11 I fIfwh?3fd1mz5fft?m FOF? GUNS AMMUNITION MOTO!-ic Yc I I-S BICYCLES AND ACCESSORIES GO TO C C WILLIAMS Come ln and See Them J A compIete Ilne of tI11S Season S Iate t cI0Q1gnS ln cIee tr1caI fixtures Large assortment of Seml Indirect BowIs Shower . C Imm Pendant , ln a VHYIPIV I Qtxh and shag es Get our EStlm3tC on House WIYIHQ compIete wlth a su1taI9Ie Flxture 1nstaIIat1on The Modern Electric Shop WlflUg, Fixtures, Lamps, Fans and Supphes Phone 4-II X R I SC I I XI'I LR, Prop IO8 Pine Street I ,ff tm' " W F ' ' f ,Mi V . "- 05, X4 ki ' I- 5 '.4iT:. "3 I . ""' 'Q ' f ' '.'X'-'-"V" fl .I , .f , ,Aw . 5.-1 f V .- 1 5 ' wr . I 'E 1 A I .TC -T'-4 . , V lg ,I 154.1 .Lf ' ' i' 'T-LAI - 53 ' I - I! ' " A "",,. we-1' .qnxel ,wr-'I - 'iff V! - . Y I-ul tv X M., in 'tj' A -.f' L1 ,L ,,,.LLL,,,-1r I .. Q Q A A 'fs A-5 v - .4 -4 Q 0 0 0 U , ' I. . I. ,s .' . ' 2 - . . ' , ' , , . . . ' S f c S . O . ' XS 7 . ' - . n 1 A' 4 . . , X L - Y HEAFIH ER Se1fF1ll1ng Pen F wry, Class of 1918 Be mdustrlous frugal and conslderate and YCUR SUCCESS w11l surely come W1th best w1shes W A SHEAFFER PEN CO eg x. J Y THE WQRLD'S BEST Fountain Pen fwilfif' E 5 p S mam 1 f ' Sf' 'fffzfv x4 "S 1 655 1? ' ISSJ to I fEbtm111tt5 Qfem' A I Very Cordxally lnvlte You to Get Your lVlus1c Supplles t The lVIus1c Shop Planos Players Phonographs Rolls Records V1OllllS Ukulele Banjos Etc Popular Muslc All the Latest Song Hlts Everythlng ln Nluslc C W WEEKS Phone 428 NI J G Nlggemeyer taple and Fancy Grocerles aux 1 f Ft Madlson Iowa Vxsxt F A Amborn For Saar s Barber Shop 707 Sec nt St Four Flrst Class Workmen We Prnestly Sollclt H L11 School Patron age HAVE You 1R1ED THE B 8: E Barber Shop Fme Furnlshmg Goods, Hats B69 UU1011 C0Ud1t10US Caps. Etc 720 SECOND STREET lVlarchefke's CANDIES and ICE CREAM Are always fresh and good 825 SECOND STREET C. W. Bocock 8: Son BARBERS The Only Umon Shop ID the Fourth Wand I-I S Patronage Ernestly Sollclted 1335 SECOND STREET -Hs--z--, fv f 'f "1 'w - - ' 1' ,- - f . - -f--Y-4. - . .- , --V v - . .. .,.. 14' B -1- , A 1 - - 91. T- T- . ifff,fiic'1:" Wyyh' " B 'cy'-on-'rc ff? k,-W iii-11. ,-'1f'g4lfZ?4-V, ' 'Hg ' Y , ,225 TLV I 'V , . lx -tr, 614.4114 allay - ' rx ,,f ag- -y ,E - 5 .L fs'fLX'fv l?fvAZ'kxIfx-- .L ,V:.4A ,,Lf"',:iA'? I I Ei , . 1 1 1 lv is Q, 1 ' -S , H . 45- . , . . ll T . . , - w H ' 7 l . n , i l S I T Dealer ln 0 K ' F Phone S - 1625 Frou S . TS ' 1 . ' ' if 1 . . 4 ' Z I 3 l . . I . I rl 1 0 0 1 ! o o l I r QBQLI Hfgw ,138 mag EDW ARD VOLI ERS P1UITlD1HQ and Heatmg Contractor 615 Front Street Phone 661 J Ft NI2ld1SOI1 Iowa For H1 h Grade Laundry Work and Prompt QCYVICC PI-IONE 109 TROY LAUNDRY COMPANY 707 709 Front Street Wagons Call Any Part of the Clty T. A. Matheny SHOE REPAIR SHOP For the Qll1CkCSt and Best Shoe Repaxrmg 836 SECOND STREET PHONE 289 Y 4 ,fs 7' . , ' f"" "O" ' If ' , I V "M" Env:-A-IYER vi' 'Y'fi041r"J',Y' P r -v',eIf- ' , V N 'Qf', ., "' "N 5"? :I t 1 ' I'A'5.-: ,.7'j','.,, -"""xf my on J, nr' - ' ' f 'gg h ' , QI' L 1. QI tx A iff! ' ,ff We "Z1f"'iNb-5' J l .O A . 5 e LSL8 I me S VALVE IN THE HEAD THE KEYSTONE OF BUICK SUCCESS VALVE IN HEAD MOTOR CARS THE Auro SALES COMPANY FORT MADISON IOWA nox College Poundc cl 1831 In Educatlon, lf anywhere, "THE BEST IS THE CHEAP ES 1' ' The name of the college attests the value of thc degree KNOX COLLEGE has gamecl an establlshed reputatnon for sound tfdllllng and scholarshlp, as IS evldenced bythe fact that It has been placed ln the first rank by such authorltxes as the Umted States Bu reau of Educatlon Harvard Umversnty, the Carneg1e Fonndatmon The General Educatuon Board Phu Beta Kappa the Assocmtnon of Colleglate Alumnae and others For Catalog and Other Informatzon, Address, KNQX CGLLEGE, Galesbufg, 111. Jffff -' "" E5 - f ' ' - ' A - I 'Q elif: 5315? fi' 1 EW' E f f f, I E E f E T' 4 af fy , ff f a in 71 - '-3 h I?'f'ff N1Qf.e""" E 1 . 1-. ,niff I R . -,augur ' ' ff 551, " 'ff4-gfQ1f""4i. GET I :J I I , , - V ' I 61 D , A ' I I l Il I Y DO Q4 ' Q Iitfgpt fdfwhsgimttzsfgff TIM' I BERGTHOLD dc SON Clothmg and Furn1sh1ngs SUITS MADE IO ORDER 723 Second Street Ft M3d1SOD Iowa DIAMONDS XX Q OP M Fr The ser ous st ite of tffa rs m Eurote has deldyei the tm port lt1OIl of D1 unon 'Is We are fortun ite un h tvmg hdni it present an extra I trge ani fine stock of D: zmon is If you are thxnklng of bllylllg a 111111011 'I glVC us an ot t or tunlty to serve you SPE OUR PINF IINI' OF BRACELET WATCHES SHEAFFER JEWELRY AND MUSIC CO Ft IVIACIISOII Iowa Model Laundry Good Work Shxrts and Collars a Speclalty I Phone 215 217 85 Chestnut I H. W. KNEMEYER M EAT MAR K E T Fresh Meats of All Kinds 2637 Santa Fe Ave Phone 52 M YT I 'fd' A 5 K If I A I A T LEAK- I .ff ' .fifty -H1 5 M Y I H f" "TQ 'ATT' :A .-y1,MJ,.",:i 14 N x.- 2, ,-AIHJVMH' W I-',s,E1Iw"flITQ':'Q"? -Lf, , i I 5 fr,"'.f-'..' " V I-Hare' JI- I f 5 2, 4- LN f, sm 1.5',"If' A . -f,f'a, ll. . . i , . 1 ' 7 r I . .lu 'mi K 1,7 r 1 -4, I i - . 1 2 ' i 1 ' 1 ' I ' t ' - 1 1- 2 ' 'z t .. ' z ' 2 ' on ' t 2 1 1 ' L 'z I . I 'z t. ' ' 1 H - ..4.-...-...Ly lfilhssiit bt 1111! fm t Perfect1on Asbestos Protected TIICS By actual test wlth a tensxle testxnz, mach 'N' me 1lI'6qlllI'C5 sxxty sxx pounds to the mch QM to separate treated rubber from asbestos breaker strxp and flfty Clgllt pounds to the 1nch to separate the breaker Slflp from the Q MQW as FV' O FP 5' 0 O N 'Y Q 99 U7 U7 5 D 3' r-1 1-4- U: 2 O '1 5 9 Z1- G' x4 E Q3 Q- 55 0 Q3 5'- 3 70 1-4 5' 0 3 outer ply of asbestos fabrlc on Perfectlon Txres How far 1S1l from London to Honolulu v1a the Panama Canal? About 7000 mllesl Perfect1on Asbestos Protected llres travel that many m1les and more III many lnstances because the tread rubber adheres dependable and a real pleasure to motorlsts Havmg the Asbestos protection THEY ARE NO1' AF EECTED by f11ct1on heat molsture oxls gleases or gases HAVING THESE QUALHIE5 THEY ARE WCRTHY OF A TRIAL Perfection Tlre and Rubber Co. re . 5gs57"'tF' " ,221 " naw -. 1:-J! ,251 , , , Q at 'Q-'N' . rs V its? H'-ff f 05, 12 ' 1 -f fl ' 15:-: ,gr I U' . - ev . - 50" 'L . . 1" 2' ln "ff n 2 .w '62 :Abi-l ... . -, - . J ,A U35 I ' 0 212.55523 ' ' ' ' u - " .'3'g:-.Q,Q,,:f:f X 2 1 ,- .51 .-.3'eQ::'3:,3:' . -1-E32 f':'Hff:E5E5EA -. . . . . . . -I'.:13QEE: "-.,.555E5E2 "sv , 3 ' 2251? fy '21 , .- - 2 . . 1.1-F21 - 35553 3 :EEL . lfffi ' ' .21-552355 ,gags 9 -sg, - 225552 -2 ' E-l5E:E4'3g 5 1212- - - A . . 'QEESS25 .-555552 5 55:2 'L' Z EW ? 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W... lf You Are Going to College This Fall You Owe it to Yourself to Investigate Iowa Wesleyan 1842 1918 OLDEST OF IOWA COLLEGES A school with the tradition and history that only the years can give plus the modern conception of the things that go to make up a a liberal education For further information and illustrated booklet or catalogue address Pres1dent EDWIN A SCHELL Mt Pleasant Iowa Perfection Asbestos Protected 1 lea G mteei60 1 lace IIQIFOYISI O Made in Ft Madison Boost Your Home Town For bale by Perfectlon Sales Company, 611 Second Street Fort Madison Iowa ' 7 Plz in Hr cl uzlrz 'L . 00 miles. Non-Skid Gu: r nt d 7.500 ni e. or I ixes. All others. Plain Tread 5.000 miles. Non-Skid 6.00 miles. Automobile Accessories of ull Kinds 1 ffv' 1 91 a f JZEZQQVZQ V , ,g, A- :gi L-n , or I ffrwro'-f I f - -. -., A v g' Jug :pay V ,fi V-Q- ,,,.,.. eb! L 'H 7, , A-iZ,::.Ah,A' ' r I ' 4-U ' L, 1 ..-iflff 5 , 7:7 ' 'Al fy Qfrril V .- , HQ ,- .RX :fi X V, if v-yt,-ff 1' 5 V I IRQ '-'Ofc-193114 ,V IV .,-- V 1, Q, I ,-efoeooge I A , A ..,,+,r ,4 ' ' - f -- - - -----1-H A-:., r 412-Q ,tes fe -f K I V Sc1ent1f1c Buymg Perrmts Th1S Store to Undersell DRY oooos CARPEIS 728 730 Second Street FORT MADISONS OLDEST AND LARGEST BANK Our poluy the result of over sixty years banking experlence Sl IS HIFI! SI! OU! KIM U I X 11 HI KN Ill! Ill IU 1 D SUIX s Uk U10 N FORT MADISON BANK I IINNP IIN!! I PII ' IIN!! IINPI I'Ni r I'Nh IU08 IU00 IIHU I' I 4 S I I I'lIlr 'I mute on D um I I FU 1 1 1 0 D I P INN! API 810 Nl I I I 1X IN 'PIU r wr' I 8h88' 8 I8 'P I8 I8 IU' l H8 ' y 0 40 I00 In I I 080 4 n D 1 I 009 H 4 I 5: J Ei U I W 1 4 W I E? I I 7 Ile-z's"s thu' why lJvpn4ils grmx' in W IIlISB1IlIiI Ilvl . ' I 1' ' ' Iwi' I"" I . V, . ' v IfI:u'h Y1-zur. I - .,,...,......o.......,...... 5 25'-- -07 , 4I5.' 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KENNEDYQ Cashie T. . c ice Prcsid' t . . ' ' , ss' Tashic , i i l HL. mai tAEhtLm11t1t5 Etegttil eg Lad1es Ready to Wear Department Second Floor All alteratlons tree on all almente sold at regular prlcee by our expert tlttez C F TINGWALD COMPANY The Style and lldllty Stole hke tw lL 1 SLINL And wnth the Sunoxs stunt Phone M ountun tent 111 n A n wteho nk H1 my h mi w NL c L lwoullx :the lkl :N Acme Cleaners 8 S Ani never do 1 thunk f' xdmange Merchant Tallors -. t uLr ntl llDltS l Lh nlLn1 tgne tn IO il L lo L ehlL L w KS H1 1 Servlce and uallty 1 our WL slw Veln 1 st an imp on ICCWIIICI' talking wlth ln um re 1.1 thL other i y Alsw HL IL edPl11 when 1L went up e ll Santa Fe Avenue whxithng out of tune wlth lllS mllk hueket ElNSPAN.lER'S CASH GROCERY THE RIGHT PRICE STORE Where the cent hele and the nuckel thele count up Cur GRCCERIES are the purest and the best and are always better for the Same or the Same for less Make our store your dally marketmg place and DON F FCRGE 1' THAT EINSPANJER'S SELLS Il' FOR LESS E A 'E - L ef ELT , li A435155 T., P 'Q' tv gt lfwE,,.'N61 ' 'fi Wzrrfzyi. , '-Eb, , " :"" f ,air v '- Q' - v 7,5 Tv -fr, 4-ff-'X .. it " Lfflgg 2'fJ"'f4j95 Sf? 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Af 1' w wel A1 Li ly ear, L L ' 1 L. l uul ot t ' :ln IllP'lAUI', L IL 2 4I1k"1 I'd ruth r he a Senior O L ' 1 n Q I -ii ' Y Mlfs 31 " ett: "WI: Haul lz"idiL ':'f :Lf 't'- L lC'i'U 0 0 Q y 3 -: ull' zi 'l'- Q ' L ,U ' Sz ' 2 Sz L' f tl L ' ' ' f ' 2 ' li l' ' L il . .'L Nt '- 'l l ' th l'll gist fwhzmhmzs A WINNING PROPOSITION o serve your tuuntry 111 1ts prescntcr1s1s and 1n 1ts reolg 11111 mon lfter the war YOU mt to he prep ned 1 the fullest possxble measure to do your full duty AND therefore more th tn ever befoxe lt IS necessary to go to college CORNELL COLLEGE Wlth 1ts hugh st mclwxd of scholarshlp 1ts lLlill0WlQALxl educutlolml stdndmg xts uuplc endowment and excellent eqmpment 1ts opportumtxes for self help 1ts many pract1cal courses of study 1ts thoroughly democr 1t1c sp111t 1ts 1Cl8'1liOClllOlS lIllZ 111011 tts model ite expesnses 1ts itheletms lOl ll wxll fully meet youl needs For cat llogs and other mformatlon Address President CHAS W FLINT Mount Vernon Iowa WALLACE STLJDIO l,0tI'dlt .llul 3 I f30llllllI'I'1'iZll l,ll0f0QI'Illllll'I' rc? Phone- 692-J I 809 l-2 S1-mnul SI. Fort lslilllihllll. Iowa ll . . A 'C -' r 'E ' " .Pr f' 1 4-5.1.1 Run- ,L,, wet :likEyi4Jl,2Zi , f If ,', ' fabf- .1"L, if pv 12:1-4gv51f.wg,g A ,4 s".,'eff1f51 lf - w- .11 - , :.z,1- ' 1 s-1 - Y 4 1' 'ff V'Ef2'l,7iW5f'5f.- , in .Iv lr., Zip- gt'-'1 - .W 'I' . , ' 1 - - - Y ' ' - - , ' A 1 ' ' s - , 'f f ' 1 . W1 " 1 ' il I ' " ' ' ' S gf 5 z . ' , . I ,Q 4 . 1 . " ' 5 . . 'Q 'iz ' 2 . ' . z '13 ' Zl . . V- 2 'k ' V 9 7 ' ' 7 ' I ' 5 I ka Ki? Jud giigygy 0 Buy Your Furn1ture Here BO3Kb STAIIOINILRY F058 DOIIS C1-XMRS l"lCIUKbS CHINA Gl -XSS iblLVl'R ILAIIL XVARl l 733 735 Second St C AMBORN SL BROS Auto Supply and Engme Co Dlstrlbutors For STUDEBAKER CARS Auto Accessorles Repa.1rs Sat1sfactory SSIVICC PHONE 550 612 614 SECOND ST. ZERR'S DRY GOODS STORE R 8m G and Modart Corsets Fox bale EXClllSlV6lY at lhxs btOIC Have our salesladles show you the corset best adapted to youl flgLll'C john Zerr 8m Company C 02.7 ,fa ,eg-1 1 I 4 3 " I ', 1' -L 13-ul," iflx ls '44 I 7- nh 'JE F '., Q ' 1 A. ' vw 2:1 if-. 1' wt ,-V A 3, 'A 1 'jg ' waz, 3:41, 2 ' 4,- ffef X4 I It ' f If 1 . l'ty :ricty economy. We llllvllf ' 't " f ' '-'y k l, l ' ' ' y ' ' tl 'l oc. Just ll1CSCl0l' pnccc yo 1'-l k l 'ztz 5"'- l ' ' lli y '. p ' 'X in pay. NVQ also lmvc ills: lark ' 'lg l Jl ' pl't' l - of K N. . ,. . Q , ,gl A 4 .' ,A - ,V ,.. ls.. . I H 5. ,- nun ' Q J ' ' Q. ull l and sec our Goods, o 0 I O C Q if A533 We Try to Please Particular People ' The Industrial Plumbing 8: Heating Company OUR MOTTO: Prompt Service - Satisfied Customers Phone 816 606 Second St.. Ee' so on of ' S 1 is V I 11' ffi' 1 S S ,r,:g?5ff- ,VI M VV f irtfr ::E'l!i -.g ' : ' r' ' 1' W, fiq'-.Yi V It an ft t Jil," A at ' .ado '- . 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Madison, Iowa Factories at Ten 0-ther Points 4 , SEP JAMES A I-IIRST New York Life Man with A new policy with lot II uid Pei manent Disability Benefits find Doulw L Indemnity Benefits for beneidl Accident with Assets QI NINE HUNDRED and IHIRIY SILVLLN NIII I ION Ehart s Cash 8: Carry Grocery recent ISLI 734 Second Sheet mm, 1 sulte L IL is H IClllt,ll the woi wsullienilx I wis ntiIvIuI I Quality and Cash Prices he young im I . I 1 w I mind wow In I Make this the Store for You e ple 1811 Idiiessin I Try Our Coffee F And You Will Come Again SMITH 84 I.OI-IMAN FUNERAL DIRECTORS FORT MADISCN, IOWA iffoli.-f lffii ii J 75 21 ? f R fffi ff f '-1. -1 1'-ig ,.1:,i: ' ' 15' me Y ' ' ."' , ,v r ' -TSA.. hw... f -,f ,u l --I Ji, ' . ', 'Q -3 .4,.If:f.: 135: ' 1,2 -"""'j.w ' ' -' - -I . , -T :eff I .r 'mn-fi 'Z ' nee?" : ,4J" fz 'fr lk sr" 'I I If z f -411 N Jiri . '- ' ' . ' - f 1. 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MACK HARDWARE C0 604 Second Street Phone 245 I PORTPR MANU CTURILRS Fort Madison Marble and Granite Company I NSILN y W 932 SE OND T I1 T ORT ADISON IOWA 7 . I M 1 S FA ' C. C. .I ' MEYER, Prop. Monume I St't y ' 'I I1 k' d fC eter ork ' C ' I 1 T v v fglvtii-11It5 PM 212 xxu. ' L .I:'m'. : II gal ' ' I -5- . I T I r- 2.-iI . Sv We Q" " x ,I rf- 1 I, ' E' """ ' I . In :qi-" . " ll I I Z1 :L '. W If " " -' lv' . .,.. ...., . ,I ',"3. M 5' I I .g..':. "W E I: I gl- , .:5- I , I A I p I ,--.H X I I ,V I I , . - Il, .. , I .. ,I , I ,II ' M. nu I I I 4 +2 ,I 1 III I 2. , , 1 II - a f J ' -I . A -- -1-J ,P III , I I , .- , If ,, :I , . - L .- - liwif II "" I, , ...Jmff I I I . . - .: I - 2 I4 I ff--as I I, ,, I F f - - .. - - F. ' ' I 7333"f'75'5T-V ? : :af 5: I " - f C 'Z 't 'Z -f A- L -- - I I 1 3 ' f ,. , , ', - f- J, , 7' I :I I "' .3 'Z " L L: -. 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I arm IVIacI11nery THE SQUARE DI-LAL STORE Phone 8 Y 917 Second Street wfgfgf ' N afima HELP YOUR COUNTRY AND At the Same Trme Help Yourself by Adoptmg oUR PAY CASH AND PAY LESS POLICY C Buescher dc Co fl-IREE MARKETS 1327 FRONI SI S36 ShLOND ST 2601 SANTA FE AVE Phone 61 Y Phone 3 Phone 161 J f Cur Suxts are rlch 1n appearance perfect ln ht and handsomely hand tallored to your lndlvldual measure if You ll own the most perfect clothes ever made you wear a LINDSEY sult QWe are ShOW1I1g the smartest fabrlcs ln varied assortment ot colors and patterns for Sprlng and Summer l II Come ln and look them over Lindsey Tailormg Company, l 114 Market Street FoRT MAD1soN, IOWA A sl If v . v V1 ,f ' . O . . - I . 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Calorrc furnace keeptn the house warm A Caloric wrll hold the heat for hours ou can step from the icy outdoorl fnto a comfortable kttchen and be warmed in a itffy Every room is umformly warmed You are saved the muss and full of stoves at no addmonal cost because the The Ongtnal Patented Ptpeless Furnace heats economically by a sctenttfxc method following nature s way W have hundreds of letters provmg the satisfactton tt gtves It s a one regtster furnace No ptpes to clutter your cellar It can easlly be installed rn any house new or old because you don t have to cut holes for ptpes or flues. Thus saves expense, gtves you more cellar room and there s no heat tn the cellar to spotl produce. The Caloric puts furnace heat vuthm the reach of all It saves carrying chrldren Your house is warm when you go to bed and warm when you get up Danger of colds is re duced because et ery room ts uniformly heated The Calonc burns coal, coke or wood and is guar anteed to Save 3552 Fuel Because lst the warm air reaches your rooms by nature s dtrect method of can ulatrun and there are no ptpes to absorb or restst the hr nt 2nd our double rubbed ftrenot and espec tally patented combustron chamber produce perfect com bustton th lSll'lSllfll12 thornugn ournxn ot the fuel and I much greater heattnz surface 3rd ou s erally patented triple casmz msulated wtth two mr spa s o events any heat from rndratmg mto the basement Thus rs the only suc cessful one regtster furnace and no other furnace can clatm these three btg features Guarantud bv us and by the mnnu facturrrs The Mnmtor Stowe 81 Range Lo bee thu furnace and get FREE book W C MARSH H07 09 Des Momes St Fort Madtson, Iowa Dtstrlbutor for LFE COUNTY I . . , , , .4 .-' L50 d I I3 . . . , ' . . . . 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