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

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If EW Ii Lt in QE MISS CLARKE P L BROWNELL MRS SCHWARTZ Modern Principal Asst Principal MISS MCDOUGAL MISS WILLIAMS H R HASTINGS MISS LUSK English Englx h and Manual Arts Latin Civics Athletics 13 l Languages Physics Normal Training . .S . MRS FLFM ING MISS DAWSON MISS GARRET MRS EVERINGHAM MRS CANNON MISS PRINE Mathematics and Music Domestic Science Science I4 History Commkrcial Mathematics W X654 5: E3 i EFEW WEEE L1 EENIURE ' . 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Y V Y 1 U ' l Y I Y Y I Y Y ' Y Y g - , . , , Q - ing of diversions, I think it would not be amiss to say that we very ably managed 4 1 r 1 Y , . 1 9 1 1 1 ' 1 ' , . , . . . - A , O I I y h l ' ' - ' N I 0 Y V . , A - . . V A , ' 1 h I I 0 Q H S that year was this tact especially manifested as nrne of our men nade hrst team that season With this valuable addition to the strength ot the team athletics took a decxded turn for the better When we returned to school for our second season with minds refreshed alter a convalescence ol the usual length we were proud to occupy the quarters ol our erstwhile tormentors and take up the weapons they used on us to annoy our own successors This we did with no compunctron lor on hndrng that as yet we had evidently not ascended high enough to gain any particular recognition we placed all our energies rn disconcerting the unsophrstrcated Freshmen Recognition d d come to us after the fasnion of those wno wart patiently and work with a will Our work x'1 athletics was not to be rgnared Both in football and basketoall did the So::ho'nore players wm honorable records I lootball F M H S recelved the Southeastern lowa Football Chamoxoashzp with not a game ol the season lo Everyoa w II agree that the Soph contrx bution to the team is wnat dfd rt' Our gnrl s basketball team d cl exceptionally bitterly lorght contests The much talked ol O'1e Man Track Team ol F M I4 S wh ch received so much mention as well as rredals hailed from the Class o 9 The Clee Cfab u der that eflacient Director TV1r Weeks was quite suc cessful as was the Recital given at the Grand Ope a House m which many ol our members took part Many were the good times we enjoyed during this year Coupled with our own activities were the numerous events staged by the unxors and Seniors Both tended to make the year one not easily forgotten by the Class of I9 rf any could possibly not be rememl-ered' Now we entered the portals ol learning for the thxrd year and we subtly lelt the animosity that customarily prevails between Juniors and Seniors namely ourselves and those august personages who occupied the most coveted and drg mfied positron rn the Assembly Our Hrst thought was for funds with which to provide the social event of the season and finding our resources not any too overabundant and in order that the affair mrght remain a pleasant memory for our guests of honor the Class of I8 we devxsed a plan of ways and means One ol many like occurrences was the Junior Box Supper given at the Marquette Hall We were certainly 27 0 . ' . e . . ' . T ' . . . , Il 9 A I ' Y . . 9 A T . 1 . . . . Y r ,Y . ,F . . Q l n f I 1 . A r . . n U y 0 Q Q Q . L . . A I . I ' ' , st. 1 e 1 1 '- . . , . . . . Q , good work. The number of victories they won were the results of hard and ' b ' 1 . r ' A A ' ' . . s. ., .i ' r ' . 1 , ' U f 'I . - .' n . 1 ' ' , F . 'Y , ' - , . r , . . , K I . . O . , . III h -., , I v I , , . ' V , ' I , . , . - surprised at the good fellowship shown by our classmen especially our UPPER classmen' We drd not lose confidence but continued on our way with light hearts, not realizing that unwarranted vacations cannot be taken wrthoct due compensation Copying dry history is not what is generally conceded to be just exactly what rs commonly called fun ' Finally, not being able to endure our calmness any longer the Seniors evidently glad of an opportunity of taking some of the age from their careworn faces, appeared one morning attrred quite successfully for the purpo e CAnyone desiring further information with regard to the matter of reducing ones age will be furnished same with full directions upon inquiry D Not to be left lzehrnd we immediately pulled down their colors much to their quiet consternatron and strarghtway proceeded to put up our own This move called forth such acts from Authorities that we instantly made peace among ourselves and backed by the Classes of 20 and 21 we moved agafnst our opposing ofncrals with a ven geance Certainly F IV' H S never before witnessed s rch thrrllrng and hair rarsmg scenes' Everything ended beautrfully nevertheless and relations were again placed on a frrendly footing Henceforth affairs went smoothly at least there were no more open demon tratxons So we graciously ushered our dear enemfes out of High School and into tne cruel world with and I thrnk We wrll be pardoned rn feelxng thuslv reasonable relief' All too soon drd the time cnme when we were to take our places for the last time rn good old F M H S Still confident and assured of success we resumed our studies with the full realization that we were now weighted with responsrbrlrty Ahead of us, looming up rn the far distance we saw our futures ready to be more fully developed and made use of We were saddened to think of leaving the school we knew so well but higher ambrtrons and hopes led us to believe that better and as pleasant experiences awaited us further on Peace and quiet reigned over us until the Seniors took a rather sudden notion to start the ball rolling, and on the Friday before Washington s birthday as a suitable remem brance presented ourselves bedecked with our colors silver and green The next Monday the Juniors were indeed surprised to vrew what was supposedly the remains of a representative of themselves suspended from a telephone cable and, farther on their goat in the same positron Some little excitement was occasioned when a few of the members of that small but mighty class of 20 hired a vehicle to rescue their representative from such disgrace More ex cxtement followed when much to our amused surprise we found that unable to await our legal departure the Iunrors had prematurely made away wrth us 28 V ' Y n 6 V . 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Y Y . 1 n 1 Y I 1 , - 1 v 'r V 44 f VY: af 1 4 . 1 1 7 Y Q - V V Y 7 and hmd Ind us to rest on the corner ot Third and Nlaple with clue prescriptions md drrecttons thencetorth Atter that we sorely missed the presence ot the male element ot th tt heroic unxor Class This was but tor a short time and agam pexce ind quiet reigned One hne evening the girls held a gathering at the home ot one ot them md enyoyed the rntorm tlrty ot a stag party AII present certainly Ind a time ol their young lives On lcconnt ot the Flu eprdemxc tootball was only partrally successtul The hisket btll se lson was also aflected but was tamy good We expect how ever to have 1 perfectly ripping track team As 1 whole our depirture will be entirely successtul and longed tor by some' Mty all our lives De as happy as our school career and may we all he destined to meet our hoped tor goal' So here s to the Class ot I9 the best ever f Ihr mrmu-ru ut ll LL' u 111111 hrhtrntr tlnh hpxrr In thr mrmmu nt nm rim mttr Umuthu Dnrrr 29 L ' . 1 ' . 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L : ' L , Q ' L as a , ' it . 1 I XSS POI NI lVI 1m1e lVlcDon 11d Kathryn Phelan a lady gty Wrllrngly works along her w1y Mary Phelan her sister dear Is always giving words ot cheer Lerla French a lassre bright ls sure to stand up tor the right Helen Brlderbach small and sprrght ls surely helded lor the limelight Verna Skyles the Physrcs shirk Wa always getting hrghest marks Laura Dunrvln true md good Tries to do the things she should Lucy Storms 1 hostess re ll To Cyrus Wood does most tppeal Dllrce Rasmxssen strong 1nd stern Hrzel Schneider Lerl 1 triend To her own husmess strictly tends Koester Sch tier wrth ready means ls always a busy mxn rt seems Pearl Ester F1etn who s hve leet nine Ol being small will never pine Wllter Buckw 1r from the country came To work away wxth might 1nd mam Wrllram Moore a man rs he Who we all think will President he Mamie Derdrrch is very witty And has a friend in Dxllas City Ruth E Mick a solo singer In years to come will be 1 winner 30 1 1 1 it 14 P P la C I L , L .7 I 0 , . . V I K 3 c . ' I . , t . . ' L. . L Holds her opinions very firm. . L A, , - - , C V r 'c 4 C o l , v c l ' v . . . 1. , 'I . . ack R Gardner rn silver tones Announced ideas all his own Miss Grace Ballenger farr as a flower As a charmer has wonderful power Mrss Efhe Conover pleasant and prim Sele ted a unror and then stung him Harold Urfer worked so hard for knowledge And wrll be a brrght star rf he goes to college Mr Frank Poepsel tho hrs name rs not handsome If he ever got lost he d be well worth a ransom Viola Payne with good time rs delighted But never gets nervous mad or excited Cyrus Wood asked so many questions And often wrth teachers had hot stormy sessions Mr Thorne udy wxth wonderful features Drd not get along very well with the teachers Mr Carl Parker who s lacking in weight For one sae ral Senior would make a good mate Hilda E'nel1ne Berens to all a good friend Could all disagreements very easily mend Mxss Pauline Hoemg so quret and rehned Will in the future lead a life quite sublime Mis Hannah Goldman is of nothmg denied And rs always quite ready to with others divide Harry D Harper tho he has a red head Is some football player so North Des Moines said Vivian Marsh with the teachers took And he chose a Gardner xnstead of a Cook Edward 'Bannon a Democrat pure Will vote that ticket straxght and sure Alma Lackmann with nut brown hair When anything s on is sure to be there 31 V Y 0 V ' V 7 , . - J gc . s V V Y , . .F . . . ., 9 V ' ' Y . 1 . . :Q o . Harry S Rayn a gentleman real Is always ready for a square meal Lester C Gibbs is a noted farmer But isnt much of a woman charmer Thelma Burgundthal hails from Wever And is often subject to dancrng fever Miss Jennie Clawson noted for ta Also has a most wonderful walk Amelia LaFollette thoughtful and neat As a student wrll never be beat Miss Vella Starkweather calm and demure For a case of the blues rs a sure cure Miss Dorothy Haden a Madison resrdent Was unanimously chosen as Booster Club Presrdent Mr Glen Kline who has four or five buddies Was very rnclrned to neglect all his studies Miss Irene Smith who s so tall and so slender Has never cared much for the masculine gender Arvrlla Young who rs so fond of grrls Sometrmes got into some awful bad whrrls Edward E WaH1s so manly and strong Has never been known to do anything wrong Mrss Fay Templeton Kent happy and gay Reminds one so much of a bright day rn May Miss Mildred Largeant a model for all Was not always ready when Charles Beck called 32 - v . . . . .V ' ' Ik . v ' . 1 ' . . 0 - . i. . . 1 v I . . . 9 y . ,E 5 bl XSS l'l'0l'lll I X RECORDING BOOK Recording Angel Thorne udy Ballanger Grace Born Centerville Ia in 1901 Graduated from the famous Fort Madison Hxgh School in 1919 Joined the 1921 Follies Married George W Kznslow in 1925 Divorced m 1929 Married P ames Hitch rn 1932 Resrded xn New York the rest of her Irfe Much interested in settlement work Came here in 1981 suffering from a broken heart Mr Hitch killed the day before She rs now lrvmg at 515 Lover s Lane Bannon Edward Born Donnellson Ia in 1902 Educated rn Ft Mad :son Graduated from a technical College in 1926 Became a well known electrical engineer Invented a cookless fire rn 1941 Opened an electric shop at the North Pole rn 1946 Accrdently electrocuted in 1971 Now Irving on Brxmstone Boulevard Burgundthal Thelma Born Wever Ia in 1900 Educated rn the noted school of Fort Madison Graduated from Hrgh School in 1919 Became a school teacher Taught the sixth grade of Lincoln School for the next ten years Mayor of Wever rn 1940 First woman mayortessj of Iowa Corresponded this time Never married Came here in 1960 sulfermg frcm loneliness Now lxvxng at 12 Happiness Street Behrens Hilda Born Ft Madison Ia in 1901 Went to school rn that city Graduated from the High School in 1919 Graduated from College in 1925 Taught school for the next ten years at Keokuk Jomed the Teacher s Club of Iowa m 1928 Elected Secretary in 1931 Moved to Burlington rn 1936 and taught school there Returned to Ft Madison in 1950 Came here in 1961 suffering from an attack of spring fever Brlderbach Helen Born Harriman Tenn rn 1901 Went to school most of her time rn Ft Madison graduating with the class of 1919 Went to Art Institute in 1920 Famous Opera Singer Very Popular Member of the Lemon Bunch Came here rn 1970 suffering with cold in the head Now Irving with the rest of the Lemon Bunch rn the Amethyst Palace Buckwar Walter Born Ft Madison 1901 Educated rn Ft Madison Graduated from High School in 1919 Graduated from College in 1926 Became Lee County Engmeer in 1931 Famous as a structural engineer In connection with Edward Wallis he built the 96 story building for the Goldman 33 N Y Y 41 1 7 JA 1 1 X 4 Y 9 . Y 'Y . ' . ' . . 0 . . . . . , ' 6 Q O, ' O I 0 - V ' Y 'Y . 9 I with the "Lonely Hearts" Department of the Chicago Record Herald during all , I . . l y .y ' . ' a - 9 . . . . . . . 1 y Q , , .y l . I Y, .19 l ' I ' . , . I I 1 O6 Y, l , Q . . 9 Q ' Q l o . . . ' . - . . Co rn 1944 Retired from publrc life rn 1950 Came here in 1952 suffering from Iocomotor machxnxtis Now living at 12 Brrmstone Boulevard Clawson enme Born Cottonwoods I m 1899 Educated in Ft Madison Graduated from High School in 1919 Went to Chicago m 1921 Married George Pilkington in 1924 Spent the rest of her life keeping a board mg house m the Canary Islands Came here rn 1959 suffering from sore throat Now keeping accounts at the Golden Apartment House Canover Effie Born Wayland Iowa xn 1900 Graduated from Ft Madison Hrgh School in 1919 Married Harvey Faeth m 1923 Internationally famous as a shorthand writer Won the Moreland Medal in 1929 for the world s record shorthand wrrtxng Got a divorce in 1931 Re married in 1936 Died of happiness in 1956 Now lxvmg on Happiness Street Dietrich Mamie Born Denmark Ia rn 1901 Went to school rn Ft Madison Became a member of the famous class of 1919 Went to a dancing school m New York m 1921 Became a renowned solo dancer Married ohn Smith rn 1930 Divorced m 1934 Preferred her career to married life Came here rn 1973 suffering from paralysis of feet Now lxvmg at 113 Lover s Lane Dunavan Laura Born Scranton Ia in 1901 Graduated from High School in 1919 Married Clarence Stoner rn 1922 Moved to Reno rn 1926 Italy from 1941 till her death Killed rn the great eruption of Mt Vesuvius rn 1961 Now living at 101 Intellectual Avenue Faeth Pearl Born Ft Madison la in 1900 Educated at Ft Madison Went to a normal College Taught school rn Ft Madison and the vxcmrty all her life Dxed of loneliness in 1961 Now lxvmg at 103 Love Boulevard French Leila Born Farmington Ia in 1901 Went to school at Ft Madison Became a member of the class of 1919 A well known vaudeville star Organized a company in 1926 of which she was leadmg lady Retired from acting in 1939 but still directed the company Came hcre m 1963 Now living at 2 Happiness Street Gardner Jack Born Brookfield Mo rn 1900 Educated rn Ft Madison schools Graduated from Unrversity in 1926 Became a famous lawyer Organized the law firm of Gardner and Phelan in 1935 They were married in 1937 The firm was continued trII her death in 1981 Came here rn 1985 I rlled rn the great earthquake of that year Now lrvmg rn the Sulphur palace Gibbs Lester Born Wever Ia m 1902 Educated rn the well equipped schools of Ft Madison Graduated with the class of 1919 Went to College for the next four years Owned and managed the largest farm rn the U S A Wrote many valuable books on Scientific F rm ng Died rn 1991 Lef a 10 3 , I ' . , a., ' . ' . Q ' Q ' Q Y ' V Y . 9 ' I 1 f . . v . . v 0 . . . 0 1 0 I . 4 Q a .Y 1 Q ' y Q y Q, . Q f and secured a divorce. Became a widely known authoress. Resided in Naples, y Q Q . , Q, l Q Q l Q 1 l 0 I Q ny I 0 4 ' . . A . . . Q 0 Q up I 0 , c ' 1 p 1 I 1 fl ' 0 Q X f 1 . , ., ' Q ' I ' ' Z! f . ' ' . I 4 acre held to the High School Athletic Association Thus their dream that had continued for the last fifty years was realized He is now living at 121 Brim stone Boulevard Goldman Hannah Born Coney Island N Y m 1900 Educated in Ft Madison Graduated from the High School 1n 1919 Fmrshed the Modern Business Course at a Unis ersity in 1926 Became the owner of the 512 Department Stores of the Goldman Co The first multi mrllronaxress of the world Came here in 1989 scffermg from water on the lcram Now lxvmg at corner of Fr endshxp and Happ ness Street Haden Dorothy Born Chicago Ill in 1899 Educated m the school at Ft Mad: on Took a hu mess course at College Became foremost lady typrst of the world Record 148 wcrds a ncmute Became head of the I C S in 1944 Resxgned in 1966 Died in 1987 as a result of 1 short r1de in a Ford equipped with S 8z S shock al: orlzers Now lrv ng t 1499 Axrless Avenue Harpe Harry Born Ft M dr cn Ia rn 1901 Educated m his home town Went to college m 1919 Graduated m 1976 Practrsed medxcme rn Terre Haute for the nex twenty years Well known medical doctor Died rn 1978 leavmg a fcrtune of S200 000 to the Washmgtcn Irving Institute Now living on Sulphur Avenue Hoenrg Pauline Born Ft Madison m 1900 Went to school rn Ft Madison Graduated wrth the Class of 1919 Tau ht school rn Wever from 1924 to 1931 Iom d the Anaerrc n Sctcol Teacher Un on m 1932 Elected President of same in 1939 Taught from 1939 to 1956 at Denver Colo Hrgh School omed us in 1983 suffering from spring fever udy Thorne Born Ft Madison Ia m 1902 Educated in Ft Madison Went to a university Weat al:road rn 1927 Gained prommen e as a musician there Met an old schoolmate rn 1931 whxle rn England They were married rn 1932 Their yacht was sulcmarmed in 1980 when they were return mg to the U S after a trip abroad All on hoard were lost He rs now lxvmg at the Sulphur Palace CContr1out J Kent Fay Born Ft Madison Ia xn1900 Graduated from Ft Madison High School in 1919 Became chief saleslady for Marshall Acres and Co n 1931 Married Marshall Acres r in 1934 Noted society leader Killed in a tram wreck on the Pea Vme rn 1971 Now living at 132 Intellectual Avenue Kline Glenn Born Ft Madison Ia in 1900 Graduated from Ft Madison High School rn 1919 omed Larnum and Flunkem s circus in 1921 as the larges little man m captivity Left the show m 1925 Won the Inter natzonal Ford 500 mxle race rn 1927 at Sydney Australia in 20 days 19 hours 17 mmutes and 16172 seconds Eloped with Methyl Ellis rn 1934 Divorced m 35 . , , 1 ' y . ., . 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' - v ' 1 v v Y v r ' 1937 Fell off a pyrar ud in 1961 whxle hunting for gold rn the s nds of the desert Now living at 301 Brxmstone Boulevard Lachmann Alma Born Wever Ia rn 1900 Educated rn the Fort Madison schools Iomed Zregfleld s Follres in 1921 with Grace Ballenger Married Alfred Venderbell a New York mxllronarre rn 1923 Pec me interested rn Settlement Work rn 1937 and spent all of her spare ture rn laelpmg the people of the slum district of New York Killed in an aeroplane accident in 1964 Now living at 146 Happxness Street LaFollette Amelia Born Ft Madison rn 1901 Graduated irom Fort Madison Hrgh School in 1919 Graduated from Normal School rn 1925 Entered U S Civil Service in 1929 as Asst Postmaster of Bcrkerville on the Hudson Appointed postmaster in 1947 Served rn that capacrty for 15 years Died from heart failure in 1962 Now living at 30 Love Boulevard Largent Mildred Born Ft Madison Ia m1901 Edacated in that town Graduated from F M H S rn 1919 Marr ed Charles Beck in 1922 They lived rn Ft Madison all their lrves She carre here rn 1961 Lflermg from a krolfen heart Now lxvmg at 133 Happiness Street McDonald Mamie Born Cantrrl I in 1901 Graduated lrom Fort Taught Latin rn Indianapolis H S from 1977 to 1938 cmed International Instructor s Union in 1940 Elected secretary in 1947 Taught rn Chicago N S H S during these years Became superintendent of Chicago chools rn 19 0 Served rn this capacity 14 years Died rn 1964 of scre throat Now lrv ng at 43 Love Street Mack Ruth Born Fort Madison Ia rn 1898 Graduated from Fort Madison Hrgh School with the aforesaid class of 1919 Went to College rn four years Became head of sarre rn 191.4 Re xgred zn 1o'0 Dxd rruch to help the condition of the negroes rn the U S A Carre here rn 1975 Died of old age in 1980 Living at 941 Blessed St Marsh Vivian Born Ft Madrson Ia rn 1900 Graduated from Fort Madison High School in 1919 Went to State College four ye rs and then to Yale Became Athletic coach of football at Yale rn 1932 Yale Won World Championship for the next three years Resrgned rn 1935 and took up Eoxmg Became heavy weight champion of U S Hawauan Island and Kalarrazoo Mrch in 1937 Came here rn 1971 suffering from rndrgestron Now lrvmg at 190 Sulphur Street Moore Wm Born Fort Madison a rn 1901 Graduated from Fort Madison Hrgh School in 1919 with high honors Went to college or six years 36 . 1 ' ' , ' ' ' a . , Q , ., ' . ' 4 1 I Y 1 v n . , . . . , ' 3 . 1 r n I v I T y . Q 5 1 , ' o I 5 . , . . . . V Q I l . s., 1 1 I . , 1 . . l y ., l . 1 l . , ' . ', a., ' . ' Madison High School in 1919. Graduated from a State College in 1920. , I , e I 0 V 1 1 0 0 . . ' . ' ' s ' 5 . Q 0 ' 9 0, A 0 I 0 'W I Ol n . . . S 1 lv . . Q 1 ' 9 Q , y cy , 0 ' ' ' . 'A a 1 1 7' O 0 A ' ' 1 . ., U 1 9 1 Q . y . , . , A ., . - - - . . f - , , . V A . Spent two gears at Yale Becarre prcfe or cf languages rn 1928 at college Went as a mrssxonary to the barbarous Germans rn 1940 Was in the wrlds of Prussia for twenty years Assassrnated by a fnatxc German rn 1961 Now living at Righteous and 133rd Streets Parker Carl Born Ft Madison Ia 1n1900 Educated in the wonder ful Pt Madison Schools Graduated from college rn 1925 as a civil engineer A complxshed hrs life purpose of draining the Indian Ocean making available an enormous amount of land rn 1950 Accomplished many other lesser pro jects Came here xn 1981 sufferxng from cold feet Was immediately relieved Lrvzng at 196 Brxrnstone Boulevard Payne Viola Born Ft lV'ad1son Ia rn 1900 Educated rn the Fort Madison Schools Went to a Commercial School in 1920 Became a typewrrtmg and shorthand expert Opened the Payneflessj Commercial School at Fort Madison in 1940 The school became very popular Retrred in 1975 to a small farm near Montrose a suburb of Fort lV'ad1son Joined our happy circle in 1987 Now lrvmg in Crystal Palace Pnelan Kathryn Born Keokuk Ia in 1902 Noted lawyer Went to a law s hool and graduated at the head of her class Joined law firm of I Want 8: To Know rn 1927 Begun practicing alone rn 1931 Later she and Jack Gardner made up the firm of Phelan 8z Gardner They were married rn 1937 Lived happily ever after She came here rn 1981 suffering from insanity Lrvmg at 100 Happiness Street Phelan Nlary Born Keokuk Ia rn 1900 Went to a Dramatic School after gradu tion from Fort Mad: on High School m 1919 Became wide ly known as an orator and dramatrst Nlarrred Edward Brown m 1928 Wrote many popul r song such as How are you Phelan Catherme just Kids etc Died rn 1966 of lock Jaw and consequently a broken heart Now lrvrng at 100 Happrness Street with her sister Poepsel Frank Born Fort Madison Ia rn 1900 Graduated with honors from H S rn hrs natxve town Wert to college in 1920 Graduated rn 19 6 Cfook up forestry J Became widely known as an expert rn forestry Wrote a book entitled Splmters is Splrnters which brought him fame all over the world Eecanae head of the U S Government Forestry Dept rn 1935 Re srgned rn 1965 and retired from public lrfe Came here rn 1971 suffering with blood poison caused from a splrnter rn his hand Now living on Sulphur Street Rasmussen Alrce Born St Paul Mmm in 1901 Graduate from the Fort Madison High School rn 1919 Became Suffragette leader of U S A Ln 1931 U S Senator rn 1938 First one from Iowa Advocated woman suffrage 37 ' . . SS . . I 0 ' . Ei . , . . , ., . - . . , , . . . . . . . . ,- -f 9 v ' ' . , . . , . . A , ., . . . v 4' 0 9 , - . . . f 1 , . , ., . . H , . V , . ' u n . . . . , . . . . . . A . , . A , ., . Z1 S . - . . A H u . rv 44 . n 4 5-Jr 1 v . . - - - . - , , . . . . . ' v ' v v 01 0 . . . A . fs . . L Q Q Q . 4, . . . n . . N-f 9 0 ' ,. Q Q 0 0 - A . . . . . . , . . , ., . . . . . . . . . . in Congress Retired in 1934 after serving three terms for lowa Came here in 1980 suffering from Ptomame poisoning Now lrvrrg on Gratorrcal Avenue Rayn Harry Born Woodlawn la m1899 Educated in the Fort Madison Schools Graduated from college rn 1927 Accepted positron of general manager of the American Fork and Hoe Company rn 1929 Married Dorothy Hitch m 1930 Became president rn 1937 Resxgned in 1940 and became a mrssronary to the Bolsheviks Kzlled in a street rrot m 1963 Now lrvmg at 194 Happrness Street Schafer Koester Born Ft Madison rn 1901 Graduated from High School of hrs natzve town m 1919 Graduated from a University m 1926 Well known pharmacist Took up his father s business rn Ft Madison rn 1940 Invented the Udontno face powder rn 1944 We dont know much about it ex cept that rt was very popular Fell rn a barrel of this powder rn 1967 and choked to death Now lrvrng at 16 Molten Avenue Schneider Hazel Born Nrota Ill rn 1900 Went to school rn Ft Madr son Became a well known authoress Lectured on the Lyceum Course for twenty years Retired rn 1963 to Shadyhrook farm Warsaw Died of sun stroke rn 1974 Now Irving at 300 Happiness Street Skyles Verna Born Ft Madison m 1901 Educated in Ft Madxson schools Graduated with the class of 1919 Married Arvrlla Young rn 1924 four step very popular Divorced rn 1935 Remarrxed rn 1939 Lrved rn N Y C ty for the rest of her lrfe Krlled m the subway cave rn in 1980 Now living at the Am t'1yst Pa ace Smith Irene Born Ft Madison rn 1900 Graduated from Hrgn School of that town rn 1919 Went to Art School rn Denver in 1921 Famed as a car toonrst Artist for the New York Times from 1929 to 1934 Cartoonrst for the Chicago Herald for the next ten years Married Vis ount Devrlem rn 1943 Divorced rn 1950 Dred rn 1968 Lrvrng at 111 Happ 1 Street Starkweather Vella Born Pontoosuc Ill m 1901 Graduated from Famous Fort Madrson High School rn 1919 Went to College rn 1920 Became head of Home Economics Dep t of Iowa State College rn 1929 Reszgned rn 1930 Married Granvxlle Jacobs rn 1931 Settled down on the farm for the re t of her life Came here m 1967 suffering from hay fever Now living on Love Avenue Storms Lucy Born Ft Madrson rn 1901 Educated rn the schools of that city Graduated from High School rn 1919 Went to a famous unrversrty rn 1920 Renowned as an authoress Wrote Under the Spreading Locust 38 ' O , H . . . , . , . . , ' 9 . Q , f . I . . , . . . . v Y I ' Q l ' Q oy I Q , 0 '- Q Q Q - , . . ' , I a l Q 1 0 1 ' ' I ' A o They opened a dancing school in 1926, at Chicago, Ill. Later they invented the A v Q I l . f f . l I . . i . ' . , -, . . , . 2 f ' . . , . , . y . . , . ' . l , I . ' ' ' . ' ' . ' ' 1- ass ' . , . , , ., ' f l . , . . V 0 0 I Q I. 0 I I ' ' I 0 ' ' Y 7 ll I Street and many other famous books of hctzon Remarned rn Ft Madison all ol her Irie Came here rn 1971 sufferzng from sore throat Now living at the Amethyst Ptlace Urler Harold Born Vrele Ia in 1901 Graduated from Fort Madison High School rn 1919 Graduated from a University rn 1926 Forestry and Soxl Expert Went to Arabia xn 1979 Married an Arabian girl in 1934 On the death ol his father in law in 1940 he became Sheik of Arabia Assassx nated in 1978 Now lrvmg at 14 Molten Avenue Wallis Edward Born Ft Madison Ia in 1900 Educated in Ft Madx son Graduated from Fort Madison High S hool in 1919 Graduated from a University in 1926 Famed as an engineer Asso rated with Walter 1957 Dred in 1977 Lwmg 11 Sulphur Palace Wood Cyrus Born La Plata Mo in 1900 Graduated from F M H S in 1919 Famous explorer Explored in the wrlds ol Alrica tor American Geol society for ten years 1930 to 1940 Explored the hills surrounding Fort Madison rn 1901 Won fame by this dangerous leat Came here rn 1976 and decided to die as everything had be n explored Lrvmg now on Molten Street Young Arvxlla Born Ft Madison in 1899 Educated in Ft Madison Went to College rn 1910 Marrred Verna Skyles in 1974 Opened a dancing school in Chicago in 1926 Later rnvented the popular four step D vorced in 1935 Remarried in 1939 Lived in New York C1 y the rest of his lrfe Died of St Vrtus Dance in 1981 Now lrvmg at the Sulphur Palace 39 Buckwar, in building the ninety,-six story Dep't Store for the Goldman Co., in . . , . - , . , . . . . ' i- Bannon Edward NAME Ballenger Grace Berens Hilda Bergundthal Thelma Bilderbach Helen Buckwar Walter Clawson ennre Conover Efhe Deidrich Mamie Laura Faeth Pearl French Lerla Gardner Jack Gibbs Lester Dunivan Haden Dorothy Harper Harry Hoenrg Pauline Judy Thorne Kent Fay Kline Glen Lachmann Alma LaFollette Amelia Largent Mildred Marsh Vivian McDonald Mamie Moore Wrllzam Payne Viola Parker Carl Phelan Kathryn Phelan Mary Poepsel Frank Rasmussen Alice ll XSSllNSlS Dorothy L Haden N ICKN AME HOBBY Arguing Blondxe Berens kxe Pud Buckle Ignatz Sohe Johnny Donnie Faith Frenchy ackre es Dolly Daddy Cricket Punch Betty Klrnxe Happy Shorty Largx a Slim 1 Gooke Kitty Dodo Piggy Rassre 40 Boys Laughing Staying up late Dancing Certain Soph grrl Being Late Singing Being engxged Studying Dancing Bluthng Trying to get a date Teasmg Foothall Her lessons Talking to the Freshme Lion Training Speeding Dancing Going to choir practice Writing letters Falling in love W rrtrng poetry Frlrltusterrng Picture shows Thelma Reading stories Dates Talkmg to Smitty Going to Wever ngrrs T1 Y 4 1 41 V1 ' 1 J Ar n n 4. n s , ,. .,..,.,. 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NAME Rayn Harry Schater Koester Schneider Hazel Skyles Verna Smith lrene Starkweather Vella Storrrs Lucy Urler Herold Wallis Edward Wood Cyrus Young Arvrlla NAME Bannon Edward Ballenger Grace Berens Hilda Bergundthal Thelma Brlderbach Helen Buckwar Walter Conover Elhe Derdrrch Mamie Dunrvan Laura Faeth Pearl French Lexla Cardner ack Gibbs Lester Goldman Hannah Faden Dcrcthy Harper H rry l'oen1g Pauline Judy Thorne Kent Fay Kline Glen Lachman Alma LaFollette Amelia NICKNAME HOBBY Raynre Schafer Schneider Tommy Smitty Tormentrng the girls Doing nothing Caring lor one Laughing Too numerous to mention Starkr Writing letters to Iowa City Amy Lee Urler Typewrxtxng Drrvmg a car Talking to the grrls Amy Girls JUST PICTURE Mrssmg a chance to argue Not Frckle Not hurrying Not sitting with Gooke Getting to school on time Without his bicycle Without her lur Likmg English Grammar Not having 85 or 90 Lxkmg the boys Drscouraged Nrmdmg hrs own affairs Having a date Not giggling Not busy Without his Comm Law Not studying Paying attention Coming to school not tired Without his Ford Not talking about a dance Not behavrng 41 HEREAFTER Lawyer Happily married Teaching school Living in Quincy Nurse Mechanical Engineer Grand Opera Singer Kindergarten teacher Keeping house for one Teacher Solo Dancer Aviator Wever dude Travelling Man hater CContr1b J Doctor Country school marm Famous musician Lron trainer Little man rn circus Dancmg teacher Eng Gram teacher , .....,..,..... ....,. . , ,.,.....,.. . l , . ,,... ...., ' . 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NAME Largeant Mildred Marsh Vivian McDonald Mamie William Vxola Car Kathryn Moore Payne Parker Phelan Phelan Poepsel Frank Rasmussen Alice Rayn Harry Mary Schafer Koester Schneider Hazel Skyles Verna Smith Irene Starkweather Vella Storms Lucy Urfer Herold Wallis Edward Wood Cyrus Young Arvrlla JUST PICTURE Not usxng brg words Without a grrl Doing nothing Failing to recite Missing the car at noon Not getting to school by 8 o clock Without her lrttle box Not arguing Without Joe Not talkmg HER EAF TER Business wcman Agr culturist Writer A professor Stenographer Civil Engrneer Travelling saleslady Actress Forester Pedagogue Not trymg out experiments xn Physics Studying Without Leila Not having her lessons Not cuttrng up Speeding Without the other Lemons Without his baby voice Walking slowly In a hurry Without a date 3 Qffiilmslftffl a lfj 42 Electrical Engineer Pharmacist Lrvmg on a ranch Movie Star Millxner Selling S 81 S Settlement worker Business man Bachelor Mulmm Matinee Idol , .,... . , .,...,....... .. 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A. , Q, ' f -J sf Cl XSS Wlll lexla French 19 In Fort M1dlSO1l Hxgh School ss Fort lVl dxson Iowa County ol Lee J We the Senior Class ol 1919 ol the city ol Fort Madison County ol Lee and State ol Iowa havfng lclhlled all conditions necessary as Seniors x e worry mg tetchers quarrelmg etc and being ol sound mmcl and disposing memory think xt a wise and benehcrent act to leave to those lortunate and unlortunates wha will m the course ol trre occupy our illustr cus positions these various assets xncunslrances etc nd do lereliy mane public and declare this our last Will and Testament disp sr mg ol the follow ng articles severally and mclxvxdua ly Cla s Cl arrtv Clas Ol 1919 will C11 Its lo md hopes asprrit r' ms etc concerning amlsitxons in cllool lxle to all lollow ng cl1sses :Jxrt 11 L,IZl'1 au ogve a class C T e e L '1 the As em ly oc Ip d by tn Sentor Class to the .xmors with tl e except n ol 1 lew n tne hm r w wn cn ome Semor g Fl leq eath to the Freshmen CU The athletic abxlrty ol it boys to the class ol 70 tnat is xl they can equal the reco d we have set C55 To the Faculty thoughts pleasant and othe wise ol the 1919 Class C65 To ll! rss lVlcDougal a carrel ol condensed slrcasm to be used l berally at all recrtatrcn 1 sem ly pericd etc C , To lVlr Sch fvartz the prxvrlege O1 changmg any and all the seats at aty a ld all times also the rxght to move pupns lrom the assembly when they become too quiet C83 To the Juniors the rrght to bury all dead ones but to be sure they are dead and also the right to paint the town C95 To the umors SJHHCICIIT. energy pep ambition and Lrams to weather the storms ol English Grammar and Physics C10j To Joe Leary ard Proctor Perkins the shmxng lights of the unror Class we leave the supreme rxght to kid all the teachers and to act tools rn gfneral at any amd all times C117 To Clrllorcl Thcmas three sheets of cornet music and one oundle 43 Y 1 1 V la 5 5 J 1 o Y .. . ' ' t 3 a ' , ., f H V I A n I Q I 9 K I y L v - - 1 . Q . .v ' I . L V C I V 41 I I C A I Y . ' ' c V i , ' i, ' C , A - - . , , . 1 , A ' La Y A Y AY C- - A A ' L C Q KJ 1 A L., I Q ' s 1 ' : -4 I I 1 f . :p Sv -'r ., ' -' S " E I 4 ,, . C23 Its p ptla ity wttl the puhlc .cl b'l'ty t l play to the It nior Class. 33 la : ash 5 . .Li cg 'wie ' ' e ' 1 . J' ' . ' ' 'z '. s if Q ' 2. ". llres . . an Q , ' 2' s . N 2's .: gs si 4' V - it -A . t v A 1 Y I v f T ' , ' ' . 3 ' ' ' .s. ts' E ' s, . 7g S' fs X 1 1 A L' i ll ' 2 ' ' , ' ' 'l L ' . . , t . ' c, ' ' I 1 0 45 1 VV V ' c, , . . , ,V C 1 ' . . I 1 , , of the latest songs such as Tipperary Liza Jane Red Wing etc to the H S Orchestra U21 To Mildred Skyles Kenneth Young Methyl Ellis and Ed Brown a double seat for each couple and the assembly every night till 4 30 Individual Charrty U1 Mary Phelan wills her ability to manage class affairs to at least one member of each succeeding class Q21 Verna Skyles bequeaths her habit of keeping Young to a member ol the 20 class C31 Hannah Goldman bestows upon the Junior grrls her numerous clothes and hopes there rs enough to go round Q41 Alrce Rasmussen wills part of her nose and most of her pep to Methyl E rs C51 Dolly Haden wrlls her Job as prrvate secretary to the Editor rn Chief and the Business Manager of the Times to any competent member of the Junior Class C61 Amelia LaFollette Mamie McDonald and Pearl Faeth will to Crystal Sweet Dorothy Honea and Dorothy Hitch their good grades and quiet dxsoosx txons as a keep sake C81 Lucy Storms bequea hs the Woods to any one capable of proving up on the same C91 Vella Starkweather wills her skrll rn writing letters to Iowa City to any one who can use xt U01 Irene Smith wrlls to Margaret Johnson a Treatise on How to grow tall and slender in three weeks U11 Jennie Clawson wxlls her walk and talk to any one rn High School desiring such CDont all speak at once1 U21 Arvrlla Young bequeaths hrs good lxne of talk athletic ability and football speeches to hrs brother Kenneth U31 Hazel Schneider bestows her ability to talk rn a superior way about Out West to any person so well versed U41 Ed Bannon his skill m arguing and his hot temper to Forrest Frey U51 Thorne udy wills to Wayne Crumley hrs stand rn with a certain bunch of Freshman girls U61 Laura Dumvan and Fay Kent leave their little tea parties to four members of the unxor Class 44 , l Q , Q ' Q U' 0 s l v 1 , Q v 1 Y 1 . , . . V , . , 1 1 ll' . . , . , , v l v I l 1 , I' C71 The "Lemons" leave the memory of their sweetness CP1 to the H. S. Q 4 64 YV 4 If 0 . I l ll n YY 0 1 Y . . . , , .. , ll 'Y , I ' . .I I 1 44 I YY C173 Crace Ballenger bestows her stand in with all the H S boys to Lorraine Manshe m the fair blond of the 20 Class C185 Capt Marsh wills to Capt Elect Hitch to make as good a record under adverse cond tions as he did C19 Glenn Kline leaves hrs place as the smallest member of the foot ball squad to Orville Arnold CZOJ Mildred Largent wills her talent in wrrtmg flowery verses in the Girl Graduate books and also her ability to be there at every Beck and call to the worthy under class man C213 Wm Moore bequeaths his good grades and wonderful abxlxty as Editor m Chief of the Times to the Smartest person rn the unxor class said member to be determined by the ustxce of the Peace C722 Jack Gardner leaves his trait of bemg bright and early also his pep C J as yell leader to Jack Glaha C73J To Miss Garrett the entire class wills their many thanks for her advise counsel and help In witness whereof we have hereunto set our hand and seal on this twenty seventh day of May rn the year of our Lord one thousand nme hundred and nineteen Signed Class of 1919 Arvxlla Moore Young President if "1" QM' ' ' ul fjznrt NW fx 45 . . . 1 . f . 1 . . . ll n Q ' ' v J, r ll V 5 , . . . v v v , . , . glytzf., 5, W-333431 I -4-.gf 1 - -u -.-fwqmw ,-....,.,,,.. t.. .- . 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Lardzqr ,, ,I -'H f.: .-1 .. . - V , . . ... .. ...- - .. ......,.s ' tl XSS P IHE Hooooo A Flrce rn Three Acts Presented tt the Grand Theatre under me direction ot Mr A S Pollard Last ol Characters Brighton Early about to be marrxed ack R Gardner Billy Ja kson the heart breaker Arvilla M Young Professor Solomon Sprggot an authority on Egypt William H Moore Hemachus Spiggot his son age seventeen Edward M Pannon Mr Malachi Meek 1 lively old gentleman of sixty nine Thorne Judy Mr Dun the Lurglar Vivian Marsh Miss Amy Lee ahout to he married Lucy Storms Mrs Perrrngton Shine her 'sunt ard lV'r Meek s daughter Hazel Schneider Gwendolyn Perrrngton Shine who does just as mamma says Laura Dunivan Dodo De Graft the Dazfl ng Dar y Mary Phelan Nrs Ima Clmger a tacrnatrng young wrdcw Leila French Angelina her angel child ged eight Helen Prlderhach Miss Doris Ruflje Amys mad ot hcnor Fay Kent Mrs Serrrranars Sprofgot tl e n cther ot even Kathry n Phelan Eupepsia Sprggot her daughter aged sixteen Pauline Hoenxg Nrss Longrecker a puhlvc school teacher Vell Starkwe ther Lulu by 1 Ire ard nat re Verna Skfle Aunt Paracu e the colored cock l dy Hannah Goldman For r little Spiggots An'el L Follette Glen KI ne The fra P1 rgt ndtt ll F rcld Urtor SYNOPSIS Act I Wedding party during which the groom receives as a present an ancient scarab whrch rf not buried tor twenty tour hours will l:r1ng 111 luck to the wearer Groom proves theory An ctress former sweetheart ot the groom demands S30 000 tor love letters Act 2 Burglar steals yewelry etc Scarab changes hands and hrrngs bad luck to one oi the wedding guests Act 3 Burglar turns out to he actress hush nd Eotn are caught and compelled to give up Jewels and clurn tor S30 CCO carab rs lzurred and no more had luck ccmes to my ot the party 46 4 A A4 ll A4 l'Ill' 1 1 1 I U' H K . . 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U Fw ,' ii "J 1"a. 47 ll NIOI' I I XSS Kenneth Young President Donald Guthrie Vrce President Paula Schlueter Secretary Mildred Skyles Treasurer Uva Arnold Edward Brown Ruth Cale Edmund Doerrng Methyl Ellis Harvey Faeth Sylvia Fogelsong Forrest Frey Roy Gehle Donald Guthrie Lydona Keth Joseph Leary Marie Mrller Loraine Mansherm Harold Noble 48 Proctor Perkins Mildred Skyles Velna Schneider Paula Schlueter Irene Taylor Zena Wright Kenneth Young ' Y 1 1 1 Q r X Jr n n Y 7 Y l 1 S0l'll0Nl0l'l ll XSS Allen Guthrie President Karl Stempel Vice President Norma Long Secretary Edward Vollers Treasurer Marguerite Beeson Leslie Boyles Mildred Brown Edward Cantrrl Kathryn Cloughly Wayne Crumley Frances Dudley Elmira Franklin Allen Guthrie Catherine Goq Genevieve George Agnes Hrgdon Sam Hughes Margaret Johnson Sophia Kumleh Grace Kay Corinne Kumleh Harvey Krebrll Norma Long Clara McDonald Walter McFarland Dale Miller Naomi Myers Isabelle Read Ioel Rogers Bernice Schneider 49 Harold Smalley Albert Schulte Helen Turner Clifford Thomas Blanche Urfer Edward Vollers Alice Watson Frank Wallis Albert Werner Vera Williams Albert Woodmansee Lucy Ware Edith Whrttlesey 1 N 1 Y 1 n . X 'A AA n n Orville Arnold Richard Hobbs Karl Stempel l RLSIINII N I I XSS Jack Glaha Presrdent Mildred Martin Vzce President Marjorie Hrtch Secretary Tom Hollowell Treasurer Charlotte Benbow Miller Bergthold Edna Bertschi Madelme Bonrcamp Olga Boyd Fred Brightman Helen Cullom Lester Curtis Harold Davis Mary Davis Dorothy Dodd Peter Doerzng Kleta Dudley Carl Englehard Howard Fisher Ethel Friedhaber Edrth Fulton Helen Gates Roy Gexselman Jack Glaha Rosalie Hrlleshexm Gladys Higdon Dorothy Hitch Marjorie Hitch Dorothy Honea Tom Hollowell Sylvia Hotz Sara Johnson Joe Keller Jessie Kelly Mildred Kennedy Helen Largent William Maize Lucius Maloney Mildred Martin Georgia Mayer 50 Marjorie Overhulser Tom Payne Ennis Peterson Clara Prerrot Alfred Poepsel Ralph Rayn Gladys Rowland Laura Sherwood Katherme Storms Zelma Stuphen Crystal Sweet Muriel Tmcher Dolores Turner Erwin Welke Pauline White Thomas Williams Lola Wyatt D P 1 J J v 1 1 1 A JA AA K A , . . , , . ' ' I V Y Elmer Bonicamp Lloyd Griswold Genevieve Peter ffl 1 0? Q 1112 f If A X 4 f' x ffm! :W MMR JK HQ X L ,-if EQ? A Mmm if YT? ff M510 I 5 y.'Q A I ff, vi F4 Z 4 qv Z7 7 ,L .f v 4 'Zi 'li C, f 0 f 5, N fx: , xy , x3 5 fx 9 ! V X XV' ff ' 'X HX gf.. Nrfxm. -.Q-5" X 'VP --- if Vx V ,fax r I x d MV I ' i A ' l f-A KL Ugf, 5' YM Z '-,,,c,V-f7!CDf77 3 IINII S ST Xll WILLIAM H MOORE Pdltor m Lluef W KOESILR SCHAFER Busmess Manager Furst Assxstant Edxtor FAY KPNI Second Ass1-,tant Edxtor PROCTOR PPRKINS SOc1a1Ed1tOr DOROTHY I-IADLN Athletnc bdltor FRANK PO:-Ps!-I Joke I1d1tOr IRI-NL SMITH Local Edntor HAZ!-I SLHNILIDFR Alumm Edntor VP LLA S1 ARK BNI-ATHLR Exchange Edltor Vr- RNA SKYIFS Lmterary Pdxtor LUCY S1ORMs Art1sts ARVILLA YOUNG EIMI-'R BONILAMP KAR! S11-MPH F11-st Assxstant KPNNPIII YOUNG Th1rd Assxstant Busmess Manager Al I AN GUIllRlP Assms tant Socxal Edltor MILDNILD SKY! r-s Assnstant Athlehc Ed1tOr IQONAI n GU1H R IA Assxstant Joke Edltor Joswu Ll-AKY Asmstant Local Edxtor Pom-s1 FRFY Assustant Alumm Fdltor PAUI A Scum Ur ll-R Asslstant hxchange Fdlt Or LYDONIA KI-TF! Asslstant Ixterary F'd1tOr IRIHNIH IAYIOR S4 V Y T 1 1 Y 4 1 4 A JK K A . , , 'l ' 5 I . V I "I - . I , ' l 2 ' ' , O : ' Q ' . I '3.1 ' ' , I ' I 1 I4 ' ' . C V I ' ' ': ' q ' . 1 ., : ' ' I ' . 'A 5: ' , . . 1 ' . . ': L.: ' . 1 ' Business Manager. ED. BANNONQ Second Asslstant Busmess Manager. Ill . If I 1 ' Y PUBLIC SPEAKING William Moore 19 Henry Clay once saxd I owe my success rn lrfe to one single fact namely at the age of twenty seven I commenced and contrnued for years the practice of daily reading and speaking upon the contents of some hrstorrcal or scientific book These off hand efforts were made sometimes in a cornfield at others in a forest and not infrequently rn some distant barn with the horse and ox for my auditors It rs to this early practice rn the art of all arts that I am indebted to the primary and leading impulses that stimulated me forward and shaped and molded my entire destiny The Great Compromrser realized the importance of public speaking and he has not over emphasized rt The leaders m the polxtxcal social and commercial world are rnvarrable men who can talk men who can think clearly and logically men who can set forth their ideas rn a convincing manner The man who lacks self confidence even though his thoughts and ideas be unusual and far above the average cannot be more than a mediocre success but the man who has self reliance and the abxlrty to speak is bound for the top of the ladder Hrgh Schools a e the ideal place for practrce rn this art which rs an essential element rn the education of a truly effncrent mind We smcerely hone that more consideration and interest will be taken rn publrc speaking fespecrally debate, at the Fort Madison Hrgh School rn the future than has been rn the past Some strong guiding force rs needed and then some hard continued work on the part of the student OUR BROADENING ATHLETIC LIFE Proctor R Perkms 20 For the hrst time in several seasons are we able to say that we have a full round of athletics Formerly football was the sole sport Later basketball appeared and strll later track Then for want of a suitable place to play basketball was dropped This wrnter we were able to practice rn the Richardson gymnasium The term of 1918 1919 sees football basketball and track back on the stage of athletic activity The trarnmg that a track man gets makes him a faster football man The hard grind of football makes a gritty stubborn opponent whether in basketball or on the cxnder track There rs no education that gives a man a better quicker mind a deter mined character and a sounder body than athletics Let s keep up the standard 53 . . v . 44 . . . . v . - v . . . yy 44 1 M - . . v v ,. , v v - ' I' l n . 9 . . , . ' v 0 v - v v v ' , . v A BEGINNING AND AN END William Moore I9 We the Seniors have just finished another lap of lifes voyage For twelve years we have struggled upward through the grades and high school A distinct feeling of sadness overcomes us when we step aside from the whirl of daxly activities and realize that we are passing perhaps forever from this venerable old pile filled with memories and whose hall reverberates with the tread of those who have taken the step before us But now we must turn our faces to the future The step we take rs not only an end but a beginning It is but a mile post and not the goal College is the natural sequel to the high school as the high school is to the grades To some a college course may seem impossible but Impossible is Un American With a strong determination to win great obstacles may be over come In short keep in mind the Latin motto which translated means There s room at the top go ahead VICTORY The job is done The Hun is whipped and whipped bad The hordes of a mxlxtarxstrc Kaiser are once again inside their own boundaries Another huge chapter of history has been wrxtten to become more srgnr Hcant as Time magnxhes events Mxlxtarrsm has once again lost Men to day know better even better than the men of yesterday that the weapon of iron for lust and conquest cannot succeed endurxngly Nations built on fire and iron have arisen and fallen in all their glory to the class of fourth rate powers and scrap heap states Nations built without the voice of the people are doomed Kmgly thrones of pomp and tyranny are falling A larger democracy of man has been born amid the chaos of war The old world struggles in rts agony and looks toward the new world be seechingly The new world answers and sends help and strength Let us put behmd us forever the age of petty disputes wars and Jealousres Let a larger and freer tomorrow greet the lost dying to day bringing with rt some instrument that will preserve peace on earth and good will toward men 56 1 1 Y Y 1 I I 1 Y Y Y ' . Y . . . . . . 1 0 ll I 1 9 - Y Y 1 YY 1 1 1 1 0 Q - 1 1 1 1 Cl , ' Y 9, , . 1 9 Proctor R. Perkins 20 . , . . , - 0 O - . 7 . . . .... . ' Q . . . . . . . . . . . . Y Y ' ' 9 . LITERRRY ? ff qgwgpf X iffgf- ffm JVM, S7 l iffy. ff! I., Y N. gf, K 1 f , J ' if N - , yay" , fy" I V IQ . K WM , fvf ff f Xi I' u - , , l X 'WF N I 1 I 5 ? n U 1. . M f H i VY! 5 - 'ici- SXXL-bfkf hx -X-if ' x hmlxiz,-I N X ix-Q, k5 ,fax 7,1 --.V A, f ,V s -' f Bfx- ' 'x.x- '- ' - .ij A ,fx , , j f ,Aff 'xx , X x 3' N. It 1' K 'Z if'-X Xtfi 1 A s, X X -. B asf Qs X fi . V 'li X-- ,' "Toi ' V TAYQQQ H' A. Xl lows Uvlxlox Ol X llu Il S1 11001 Forrest C I. Frey One afternoon while walkmg down the mam road which ran through Sum merset Al Jones notxced someth1ng that rmmedrately caused h1m to change hrs course to the opposrte side of the so called street The something whrch Al saw was the store keeper of the v1llage better known as EI Hawks who was srttrng on a na1l keg 1n front of hrs place of bus1ness sunnmg h1mself A1 on reachrng the opposxte side of the street 1mmed1ately took possession of a box near hrs friend and the two fell 1nto a conversat1on whrch ran somethmg like th s That hxgh school over at Mormon is the blamedest outrage why El they re makin crrmmals out o all them krds Well Al I don t know but what yer 11st bout r1ght Ye know my Her bert has been goin there fur two years an the other day I says to h1m what ye studym fur an he says Pa I don t zackly know yet I m takrn the English Course Well o all the Jumprn Jews' sa1d Al I bet I d stop hrs English bus: ness Why 11st last week they fined Old Moll Imkms fur talkm German but 0 course that m1ght sound worser than Englrsh I don t recollect o ever hearm any English By gum' exclarmed El Id furgot bout Old Moll Ill send h1m a telegraph an tell h1m to stop that EngI1sh How s he dom 1n hrs books? rnqurred AI Why I got his port card rrght here rn my pocket Ill 11st show xt to ye replied the parent as he drew a d1rty envelope from his coat pocket and handed It to h1s friend who gazmg at It w1th surprrse sard Well I should th1nk he was do1n purty good He got a hundred rn the Hrst What d1d you say the subject was? mqurred the father D e m 1 r 1 t s spelled the other if ye know what that IS Huh saxd Al a mxnute later I wonder why all the rest are wrote red ink suppose they run out o black I suppose so agreed E1 Ye are not gom to stand fur thxs are ye EI? questioned AI a m1nute later Why what s that? asked the other Why xt says that he IS Lat rn exclaimed Al Ah where ye get that asked the other rn tones of dxsgust Rrght here lat 1 n trrumphantly asserted the latter an here IS draftm no it must be graftm he added after a thought By Jrmxnyl exclaimed El 11st wart t1ll I get hold 0 h1m III tell h1m a 58 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 A A Q 1 41 1 1 A I k A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 ' 1 1 ' Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I 11 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 ll Y nt Y 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 - 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 79 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 11 Y Y 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 11 1 1 1 1 . 11 1 11 1 1 11 1 1 . 1 11 1 1 11 111 1 99 .1 - - .... v , . 11 11 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 in 1 1 11 , 1 11 11 , 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 99 , 1 1 64 1 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 11 YY 1 1 , 1 44 1 1 11 1 . 11 1 1 1 ' ' " 1 1 1 1 1 1 799 1 1 1 11 11 1 79 1 1111 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 few things I wont stand for his keepxn late hours an learnm to be a grafter I never did any o those thmgs After this outburst both remained silent for several minutes Finally Al broke the silence by saying I tell ye what we ll 11st harness up the old nag in the mornin an drive over to Mormon an have a talk with that teacher All right agreed EI as he rose from hrs seat Ill be ready when ever ye are and with that the two parted The next evening an old gray horse pulling a rickety old buggy with two men In xt was seen to stop at the store and one of the men alxghted from the ve hzcle while the other was heard to say It beats thunder how easy a feller can get a wrong opinion of anything It sure does replied the other as he entered the store leaving his compamon to drive homeward and weigh his newly acquired knowledge Grace Kay Little Billie Carlton attended an exclusive girls college in New York It was situated in a very beautiful spot overlooking the Hudson River Billie s Daddy had sent her there with the hope that she would emerge from that xnstr tution of learning with at least a small portxon of knowledge and sensibility but Daddy was doomed to disappointment for although Bxllxe could learn and was a bright little girl her mxschmevousness had already brought upon her curly black head many reproaches and threats from the stern Miss Norton She was a great favorite among the gxrls and whenever any mischief making was abroad Billy could be traced as the guilty one Though you may thmk her exceedingly naughty rf you could but ga e upon her I assure you your opinion would rm medxately undergo a change On this particular afternoon Isolated from everyone she sat in the shade of a great oak gazing across the river at the Palisades whxch mayestically loomed up when her thoughts were interrupted by a low whistle which she instantly recognized On looking up she saw her sweet heart Dxck Warren standing beside her In that moment Billie reflected that Drck looked more handsome than ever with his wealth of blonde hair very tousled and looking anythmg but dignified young gentleman as a result of hrs very recent athletic feat of climbing the wall Why Dick' cried Billie made almost speechless by the boldness Drck had displayed in making such a call 59 . . . 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Bill I I just had to come just could not resrst the temptation New dont be angry Bxllre please' rmplored Drck Dick rf we re seen I shant ever forgive you no never' excla1n'ed Bill e with feigned sex erity although her dancing black ey es told htm she was glad he had come The two sat in the shade of the great oak and talked ccnfdentxally ltr about fifteen mrnutes Drck informed Brllxe that he intended to enter ccllege on the morrow When the gong sounded he reluctantly took leave cf her and scaled the wall Just before disappearing he assured her that he should re cerve a letter from him the next day This caused her no little nxrety fcr he knew the girls letters were censored by Miss Norton Nevertheless the next day she received a letter addressed in Drck s bold han" Dick most certainly had kept hrs promise and had written a very rnterestrng letter rgn ng himself Your old schoolmate Prrscxlla Each day after that our lrttle heroine received a very grrlrsh letter from her friend She addressed the answers to hrs sister s home so as not to arouse suspxcron by addressing them to the college Drck at tended This correspondence continued for about one month when quite suddenly Dxck s letters ceased to appear Billie wondered a lxttle at thrs but was not alarmed as she thought that perhaps Dick meant to surprise her by another stolen vrsrt quite frequent visits to that lady she immediately set off to obey the summons but great was her surprise at seeing Dick and her father holding a lively conver satxon with Miss Norton The calamity had been caused by a very slxght but fatal mistake on the part of poor Drck In his last letter fthe last Billie recervedj he had told her that he intended to write a longer letter but strenuous football practice does txre a fellow so' Mr Carlton had been notified and obtained the address called upon Dick s sister and located him Miss Norton questioned Brllre and then she and Dick received a very long lecture whereupon Billie with many tears prevailed upon Daddy to take her home and forgive Drck Thus ended the college career of Billie Carlton fi? 'ifvmlf up E31 wily H so .. . . . . . v " 0 Q v Y 1 1 ,Y I 1 1 v ' f OA I 1 Y 1 VP 1 1 2 v v v ' A A . . I . . 7 . Y . ' ' s - . . ' , . 8 . S . 9 . , ' Y . . . , . . . . . . . S. i . ' 44 1 4 YY 1 1 1 , . O6 I I ,Y 1 1 1 Y 1 7 1 1 1 1 until one day she received a summons to Miss Norton's ofhce. As she payed . . . . . 1 . , ,, . 4 'V 1 1 D 0 Y 1 Y 0 1 1 1 1 A A4 VV NIPMXQ Q N: - , N, v, - I .. ' -,f ' r an 'T -'TX X, f 4'-T, A. 1 1 1 s 1 I V ', .r qt , - 'Y-T ' T 47 Catherine Storms CWrth apologies to Kipling j Il when you re a Freshman green and new Wrth all the others making fun ol you Can hold up your head and keep cool And go about yust like you owned the school It you can laugh with all the rest And try to be cheerful and do your best It you can smile when you feel blue And take the teacher s scoldmgs too Il each day you ve your lessoa done Without a brt of help from anyone It you can sit m your seat all day And not turn around to whisper and play If you can get your Algebra Latin and English too And don t mmd the Seniors when they laugh at what you do It you can keep on when you get blue And not give up but go on through lt you can keep out of trouble with the rest But stxll show your pep and do your best And xt you can keep on at this rate Youll be a Senior and what s more youll graduate fri? .v 61 1 4 . - . . 7 Y y . Y y Y I 0 v i ' 1 -1 , v A 1 v . 1 , , . . . 2 . Y 9 4 Y V , U C 95 s' 5Q 0 B uni Xl 'lm llSl0Nl llclsl Mrldred Martin Notice' Public Sale and Auction on Unclaimed Goods at Custom House Tomorrow Feb 27 I9I3 Many Bargains read Mrs Lewis She with many others was hurrying home after her hard days work rn a factory She was a widow and lrved with her children rn one of the poorer drstrxcts of a city near the coast As a means of support for herself and her children she worked rn a large factory near her home Her greatest arm rn lrfe was to grle her chrldre'1 an education How lucky thought Mrs Lewis tomorrow wrll be Saturday and we are ofI work all afternoon My' I would like to go I do belreve I wrll too the kiddies can take care of each other for one more afternoon So early the next afternoon Mrs Lewis sallred forth There was little money rn her purse but she was happy and even hummed a gay sang as she walked along At the Custom House many lovely things were spread out upcn tables things which had never been claimed by the owners There were beautiful sxlks parasols linens and even a srlk patched quilt As Mrs Lewis drew near the quilt its colors tempted her How I wrsh rt was mme' she ex larmed a bargain for that beautiful silk quilt She counted her mon y yes sh wJJ d take it Very proudly she carried her treasure hom After that the quilt was rn coastant use For foar lo11 years rt had g :en servrce to every member of the family and was becom nv worn One morning as Marie the youngest daughter was playing aooat sue tripped and m falling caught her hand rn one of the worn patches tearing rt badly She ran for a needle and thread to mend rt be ore her mother noticed but to her astonishment she found a paper beneath the torn patch Mother mother' she cried see what I have found O' What is this? Why I do declare exclaimed Mrs Lewxs rf xt amt a map What do you reckon rt s of? Seems as how I cant read that prrntm like I usually can Maybe I d better show rt to someone Who do you suppose I should show rt to? Guess I d better run up and see Mr Carston the lawyer that s who your dad always went to Janet fet h me my shawl I might as well go r ght now 62 V 1 V 1 V Y X 4Y 1 V YY S V 1 qi 1, l A 1 s , , L 1 .. . . . . 1 Y? 1 1 V ' Y ' ' ' ' Y Y ' ' 0 Q , 0 ' 1 , ' I I Cb Y' I 64 1 V ' Y 1 1 YY V . ' , . ' . . 0 . AA 1 1 1 YY F 1 Looking at the price tag she found it marked 53.03. Three dallarsl What ' ' ' ' . ' ' e , ', e A l ' . ' e. ' ' , - . f .Q - ' 1 ' ' , f g . - - - 1 V 1 9 I v v I Y , ' I 7 I ' ' 1 f . 1 ll 'Y I lf A ' 1 y 1 , ' . 1 1 99 ll ,Y 1 I LAI 0 1 , . , . 1 Y ' Y I 1 Y 1 Y I I 1 1 9 U ' V Y V 1 1 VY 1 y C 1 9 I . 1 When Mrs Lewis returned from the rntervrew with the lawyer also rn special service of the U S Government she was very excited and happy Lourse Frank Marie she called rt was a German map showing sub marine base and submarine routes and places where they are a keepm guns and things Of course rt rs over four years old but rt will strll be a brg help to our government O I am so glad we have helped our country a little bit Not more than a week later all the little Lewis s started to school Mr Carston knew this would please the mother and saw that rt was done as a reward RPSIIII XPIIIS N Plloll 0l'llNllS Mildred Skyles Freshre considered himself a very brrllrant human being Of course rf he considered himself brrllrant he must have been He was a very brrllrant green When the English teacher announced that tomorrow was Times Day and after she had explained what was meant by Times Day so that all the brrllrant Freshres rn the class understood Freshre decided that he was a very efhcrent literature student He was going to be a wonderful author some day and here was the chance to get hrs start Freshres always have the ambition to become famous authors Freshre decided to outline hrs most astounding piece of work It was goxng to be astounding for didn t he want to show those stuck up unxors and Seniors what a real masterpiece was? He would select a very sophisticated subject The last period in the afternoon being a study period for Freshxe he took out a note book and pencil preparatory to making an outlme He looked at the floor thought a few mmutes yawned and finally decided to put the story off trll nrght The rest of the period was spent rn wrrtrng notes to a certain very pretty g r A ter school Freshre would much rather have stayed outside and played but he decided to S3CfIflC6 himself to the cause of humanity for were not his famous w rks to influence humanity? This was to be his very long looked for trial After this the teachers would praise hmm the students admire hrm and last but not least the pretty grrl would be very proud of him Arrrvrng home he walked sedately into the house and was so absorbed m thmkmg that he hung up his coat and hat instead of throwing them at the ac cu tonced chair to the utter astonishment of hrs mother He thoughtfully strolled 63 . . . . , ' v ' ' v . 54 c l YY ill 4 Y Y Y V - . C . - , , '-7 . 4 v YY A ' V o 4 1 Y . . . Y 4i 1 1 Y I Y 1 1 V Y Y Y 1 X , Y 1 1 4 4 ,, , 4 4 4 an 4 X as 4 r 4 X A 4 X r an . , . . ' ll 4 9, - at . n A 1 . . . 1 a v V J n , - , V Y . . . y . Y V . . 1 l. r , . - 1 Y 3 x . - . . . . . . 0 V . Y . . . . . . 1 , ' Q . . . U r , - to the library and seated himself at the wrxtrng desk After answering in the negative when his mother asked hxm rf he were xll he again devoted himself to thinking Suddenly he had an inspiration He was in such a hurry to wrxte xt before he forgot that he upset the ink bottle This did not matter for what was one rug to all the fame he was going to make for himself? He drew forth paper and pencil and set to work with a will After writing for fifteen minutes he pushed back his chair read what he had written frowned tore the paper into small pieces and agam became absorbed in thinking After an mterval of twenty minutes he again had an inspiration The before related incidents were repeated After about five attempts each being more fruitless than the one before xt he arose from hrs chair and walked back and forth across the floor tearing at his hair all the time because he thought that was the way great authors did When dinner was announced he went absent mmdedly to the table and proceeded to eat When he had about half finished his dinner he had a sixth mspxratxon He rushed to the writing desk and wrote rapidly for a time Thxs one had proved to be as foundatxonless as the preceding five Freshxe bravely kept up the fight but finally after an evening of thmkmg sudden inspirations wrxtmg pacing the Hoor and tearing his hair he gave xt up and retxred The next day when asked for his material for The Times he very de fiantly replied that he dxd not have genius for such work so he had devoted his time to something worth while Moral Freshxes Never over estimate your ability as a literature student Wait until you have been put to the test ,Sgvf gg, bwfgai ti? r-7 so-1 64 1 1 I 0' l 1 1 Y . . . . 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Z' IKAX- -lx X K 1 K! ? 1 , f A f P . 1, I . f V, 5 , N, X , ' E xx XXX 1 ' ' YI li Frank Poepsel I9 When Coach Hufhngton called for candidate for the football team he was rewarded by seeing a squad of forty men on the held in thexr togs The places left vacant by the men who had graduated rn the spring were hard to hll but with nine veterans back and a good line of subs the team was whipped into shape and with two weeks of hard strenuous prictice we were reidy to open the eason with New London The game with New London resulted in a defeat for the visitors by 1 score of 78 to 0 The hardest fought game of the se lson was played October 5 with North Des Moines The team went up to the capital city mmus the services of Hitch the regular quarter back Capt Marsh also s xflered from a brfaken collar bone The final score was I8 to 2 North Hxgh making three touchdowns in the second quarter However we held them to a closer score than any other team 1n the state with the exception of Ft Dodge North Des lVlomes has held the championship of Iowa for two years Milton was defeated easily by the score of 54 to 0 The backheld WIS too fast to be stopped in their end runs and off tackle plays Young Perkins and Hitch due to the H With a substrtute backheld and a weakened line Fort Madison started The hnal score was I5 to 0 in favor of the Orchard City lads it being their hr t victory over us in two years Later in the season Keokuk went down hghtmg stubbornly by 1 score of 21 to 0 Our line bucks and wide end plays spelled defeat for the Dam City boys Games with Faxrheld Washington 1nd St Ambrose Academy of Dwen port had to be cancelled on acco mt of the mfluenza 'M I 35m 68 4 A 1 1 ITN ' Xl I Y , ' ' ' s ' . . 1 ' ' ' 1 I AA YY V ' C ' . s . L , I - . . 1 ' , . , ' . The Burlington game was played minus the services of three regulars, ' . . ' .. U... y , E I 9 V I Y f I 1 l , I , L . ' . ' 1 Q ' . fffytl tl, ah. , WAXLL, Iam s Hitch fCapt I1 e ectj Q Vivian Marsh CCaptp We gut 155 Ave 17 yr 11110 Weivht 166 Age18yrs 9mJ Experr n e yr Harry Harper R H Frank Poepsel 6 Wei ht 163 Age 18 yrs Smo Weight 147 Age 18 yrs mo Experience 3 yrs Experxence 3 yrs 69 - A ' ' . . C 2 ' 31- 1 . E . , , A , - -y - A . A u.. r . '2 ' 3 3. E1-iperleflcz 2 yrs. 0 , . . B. , R. E. . . -, CYYUS Wood F B Arvrlla Young L Weight 154 Ag213YfS 7ff10 Weight 140 Age 19 yr Experience 3 yrb Experience 3 yrs Proctor Perkins L H B Harry Rayn R T Weight 144 Age 16 vrs Zmo Weight 163 Age I9 yrs 1n1o Experience 1 yr Experience '7 yrs 70 ' . f , . E. . ., .. . ' , 3, E , . . . , . . . l ., . , V ., 1 4 A. - Glen Klme B Weight 170 age 18 yrs 6 mo Weight 153 Age 16 yrs 6mo Exoerience I yr Experxen e 0 yrs Harvey Faeth L T Roy Gehle R G Weight 156 Age 18 yrs Weight 168 Age 17 yrs 1mo Exper ence 1 yr Experience O yrs 71 - . L- er ' , . Donald Guthrie, L. G. 1 I 7 'Y O ' 53: I V G 4 Y 'V i . ' . NOTES OF THE SEASON Poepsel has the distinction of earning that 2 rn our North High score He caught Heath back of the Ime lor a salety Harper was the only man from F M H S honored by all state selection Marsh and Wood threw I7 passes to Crumley and Poepsel rn the Burlington game I5 ol which they nabbed A record' This year sees the passing of some ol our best men Graduation will take Ex Capt Marsh Young Poepsel Wood Harper Kline and Rayn Buta success ful sea on rs in prospect A splendid team should be built around Capt Elect Hitch Perkins D Guthrie Gehle and Faeth Also we have Crumley Miller Stempel lV'cFarland A Guthrie Shulte Arnold Brown Fogelsong and Glaha Let s make 1919 the best football year rn F M H S history SCHEDULE Sept c Oc Nov Nov Nov Nov Fort Madison D New London N Des Moines Farrh Id Washington St Am :arose Burlington Keol-:uk Opponents 17 Ccan eledj Ccanceledj Cc:mceledJ .28 F. M. H. S, 78 . , 0 Ot. 5 F.M.H.S. 2 . ' ...I8 Oct. I2 F. M. H. S. 54 Milton .. . . 0 t. 26 F. M. H. S. ' 2 . r. . : . 2 F.M.H.S. ' r . 9 F.M.H.S. . ' .16 EM. H. S. 0 ' ., . .I5 .25 F. M. H. S.2I .... . 0 ' . ...I5' . 33 WHO S WHO IN FOOTBALL Vivian Marsh Captarn popularly known as Babe Grandpa and Fat has been the center and heavyweight on the team for four years Hrs natural positron is center but he was held back this year by rnjurres and because he was needed rn the backfield as full and half He sure has a future in his college career Harry Harper called Daddy by all althcugh this was hrs first year in the ba kfield was probably the best broken field runner in the state Hrs interference was the best that could be desxred by any team mate When he gets to college W predict that he will make Fort Madrson famous Arvrlla Young Amy Youngre and Hank has held the positron of end on the team for four years He is speedy and sure on passes always gets the interference and seldom mxsses a tackle Hrs positron will be hard to hll Frank Poepsel always known as Pxggre and by some as Cutshaw rs cne of the fastest men on the team He is sure on passed balls and generally makes the first tackle rn a game and like the other end hrs place will be hard to fill Cyrus Wood Cy full and guard rs one of the best fullbacks rn south eastern Iowa Back of a good lme he has smashed his way to over a dozen touchdowns in four games this year He rs a hard tackler and also hard to tackle Hrs place will also be hard to fill next year Glen Kline Shorty quarterback the smallest fellow that has played on a Fort Madison team in a great many years He sure made a reputation of running a team at Des Mornes and newspapers have called hmm the fastest little quarterback rn the state I mes Hitch Capt Elect P Jimmie Hxtchy has been a star quarterback on the team for two years He only played two games this year on account of havxng the flu but rf he does not outplay and out kick every foctball player in southeastern Iowa next year we miss our guess We are all back of you Hrtchy to have a team next year that will clean up everything in the state Proctor Perkins Perk halfback made a reputation last year for being the hardest and steadrest worker on the squad When Perk gets a backfield that can keep up with hrm look out for end runs Next year he will be depended upon by his team mates to wxn a place on the all state team Harry Rayn Ramre bears the dxstmctron of being the first man dressed and headed home for supper after practice After two years of scrubbing and 73 1 - - - 44 H 44 n v v y y 4. n . , v . . 0 44 H . . . 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V 4 one year at guard he sure held down right tackle to the loss of his opponents Very few gains were made over Ramre during the year He has the drstmctxon also of being the only lineman besrdes the ends to make a touchdown during the year Roy Gehle Nauvoo came out last lall with a great deal of weight and eager to learn though handxcapped by being a lrttle awkward hrs weight and determination put him where he wanted to go Next year when he develops a lxttle more science he will become the mainstay of the lrne Look out for you can t put hun out Harvey Faeth Ellie though caring little for girls last year sure came unto hrs own this year and at left tackle he proved a stumblmg block for every thmg intended to go over him Next year when Coach Hastings gets hold of him and teaches him a little more defensive tackle then nothing short of mass lorma tion will stop him Donald Guthrie known as Step was a tower of strength wherever he was placed at center or at tackle and at center next year he will gxve the opposing backfield considerable to worry about He is tall and rangy and has the faculty to thmk out plays and bust them up before they get started ffaix rl Wm N Xwf xg Y' xx, I x Rf Iss. f skcfff 7 F 44gfQ9 74 , . 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Y . . 9 9 ' O V I3 Vslxl I' ISXII The basketball season although seemingly a failure may be looked upon as a success rn many ways udgmg from the number of games that were lost one not acquainted wxth the condrtrons that confronted the team would call the season s work a failure During the past few years basket ball was erased from the list of Athletics due to the fact that no available place could be found where the team could practrce The new Richardson school burldmg contained a place that could be converted xnto a basket ball floor and interest rn basket ball once more began to pxck up A team was chosen to represent the school Crumley a sophomore was elected Captain and played forward whxle the other members of the team were Marsh at center Harper and Perkins at guards and Hitch forward Gardner Poepsel Noble McFarland Schulte and Guthrie substr tuted The season opened with a game with Donnellson which ended in a defeat for our team The score was evened up however when later in the season Ft Madison came back and defeated Donnellson at Ft Madison by the score of 34toI7 Two of the hardest games were with Burlington and Columbus Junction At the end of the first half rn both games Ft Madison was in the lead but during the second half fate seemed to play against her and both games were lost Al though the teams failed to make much of a reputation this year rt drd much to ward making one for next year as most of this season s material will be back next year Individual Scores Crumley CFJ Hitch CFJ Harper CGD Marsh CCD Poepsel CFI Perkins QGD Noble 77 , nt "Y r .J 1. . 0,1 , ' FB FT Points ,. r... .18 6 42 ' . ..., ...,...,.., 7 5 I9 .. 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V Y - ' ' 1-'Q W ' -e-A -"gg Y :Inn Bonu- Hitch Gehle Perkins Wood Hastings fcoachl Wallis Young Harper 80 'YRAGIQ TICANI ' y y o ll' Xblx The track season ot 1918 was one ol the most successlul seasons that Ft Madison has witnes ed lor several years Besides having the best team m South eastern Iowa we are placed in the State meet The hrst meet was held at Burlington and resulted rn an easy victory lor the team Ft Madison piled up a score of 78 points the Orchard City lads re cerved 52 In the Trr State meet at Farrheld Ft Madison took second place while Burlington taking first claimed the Southeastern Championship but by com paratrve score the honor goes to Ft Madison The half mrle relay teams consisting of Wallis Perkxns Young and Wood took hrst place at Farrheld and at Burlington These men made up one ol the fastest racing machines in the State At the State meet Young took hrst place rn the hxgh jump and Harper would have undoubtedly have placed rn the mrle had not he been boxed rn Our prospects are great lor next year havxng with the exception ol Nrggemeyer who graduated the same team Dual Meet At Burlington 50 Yard Dash C11 Ersenhart CB1 C21 Perkins CFt M1 C31 Young CFt M1 Txme 5 4 5 seconds 220 Yard Dash C11 Wallis CFt M1 C21 Perkins CFt M1 C31 R Stoddard CB1 Time 24 3 5 seconds One Mrl C11 Marsh CFt M1 C21 Tuescher CB1 C31 Yohe CB1 Time 5 39 100 Yard Dash C11 Ersenhart CB1 C21 Young CFt M1 C31Wallrs CFt M1 Time 11 seconds 440 Yard Dash C11 Harper CFt M1 C21 F Stoddard CB1 C31 Marsh CFt M1 Time 56 seconds bl YY W' X4 S . - , . . . , ' - , . v v ' , . . ' v 1 9 v v v v v , . ,, . . . . . 0 . . 1 v v - 'Q v ' 'v - I , . .g . . .: . , . CZ . . ' . , . .q v v ' -- , . 0 . . , , , . ., , . .. - . . 4 ' , . ., . v v v ' vw . v 220 Hurdles C11 Palmer CB1 C21 Young CFt M1 C31 Lohman CB1 Tzme 29 25 seconds One half Mile Relay Won by Ft Madison Perkins Wood Wallis and Young Time 1 41 2 5 Pole Vault C11 Nrggemeyer CFt M 1 C21 Young CFt M1 C31 Lohman and Hagemrer CB tied Height 8 ft 10 in Shot Put C11Ens1gn CB1 C21 Lohman CB1 C31 Marsh CFt M1 Distance 35 ft in High Jump ft 6 n Discus C11H1tch CFt M1 C21Ens1gn CB1 C31 Lohman CB1 Distance 97 ft 10m Running Broad Jump C11 Gehle CFt M1 C21 Young CFt M1 C31 Palmer CB1 Distance 18 ft 5 n 880 Yard Dash C11 Harper CFt M1 C21 Stoddard CB1 C31 Rayn CFt M1 Time 216 Those who placed at the Tri State meet at Farrheld were Capt Harper Young Hitch Gehle Perkins and Nxggemeyer 82 1. ' . ' , ., ' . ., 8 ' . C11 Young, CFt. M.1g C21 Lohman, CB1: C31 Wood, CFt. M.1. 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Q ,::.tv.5v .X f - if , 5 , ' 2 w N' 4:-Hrfff 2 Z R gf: 3 fini f . flxmx Jiffy? rg,f.YIv.:Jxi7x.'V The M club is composed of a bunch of fellows each of whom have a monogram rn football basketball or track Certain strict requirements make this organization an exclusive one To be a member of this honor organization should be the ambition of every live fellow in school The club this year has fourteen To Wm a football or basketball letter a man must have participated rn one half the scheduled games To win a track M a man must make at least 5 points in a dual meet tif one is scheduledj and also place in an invitation meet A man may also get a track letter rf he is a member of a relay team which takes first place in an invitation meet The wearers of the M are Football Basketball Track Marsh Young Crumley Harper Hitch Harper Perkins Young Rayn Kline Hitch Hitch Poepsel Perkms Marsh Perkx 15 Wood Gehle Harper Gehle Faeth Guthrie Wallis Wood 84 J A J 'l'lll" "Nl" FI l'lB Cl ,Y 1 Y , . members, eight are Seniors, hve Juniors, and one Sophomore. n 44 YY , . I 1 A 1 ' AA 'Y ' . . , www wx vw w w nn ummmm m unumumu nm w BOOSTER CLUB PHE 3 x L l'l,l'li FIFF l A J 4 GIRLS' IRLS li XSlxl"I'l3 Xl I ll The gymnasxum in the Richardson school not only made boys basketball possible but has enabled the girls to have basketball and enjoy the benefits of games were rmpossible because oi lack of mterest among the girls of the lower classes The teams were under the drrectron of Miss Kirkwood of the Lincoln school and with her help the season was very successlul considering the adverse condxtions it was necessary to overcome However with the impetus xt has received this year girls basketball should be an unqualified success next year The girls who were out for basketball this year were Miss Kirkwood CCoachj Kathryn Phelan Lucy Storms Mary Phelan Verna Skyles Jennie Clawson Fay Kent Dorothy Dodd Hazel Schnreder Kathryn Clcughly 88 I 1 19 Y 7 4 Y Y 4b X l 1 n 1 A A A JA . Q n o Y the game. The girls were unable to schedule any game and even inter-class I A 1 Y , , 1 , . V x Ill This year besides seeing the continuance of many old organizations has witnessed the founding of at least one new one This club The Ukulele Club unique as rt is has a membership ol about Hlteen It was organized and carrxed lorward under the direction ot Miss Clark to whom much credit IS due for the success of the orgamzatron The meetings were held at the homes of the members Although the club due to many drfhcultxes encountered was unable to give any puhlxc recital it nevertheless furnished much social enyoyment for the members Everyone expresses the desire that it may be reorganized next year and that xt may become a permanent organization Mxss Hazel Clark Faculty Advxsor Mildred Skyles Mythel Ellxs Verma Sutphen Lucy Storms Helen Bilderbach Verna Skyles Dorothy Dodd Vella Starkweather Charlotte Benbow Helen Gates Paula Schlueter Hazel Schnreder Irene Smith rf cf! Xx , my H vi 4 r 3 l'l'l' 1 'I .li f'l,l'lB 3 The membership this year was composed of the following! f V ig b' A I .Ti K Y 'skfjiw 89 ift'-'a?.,..'---J ffl- -Hb xii'-. 'K ' "sf" 'V tml M, 1, r OH Hel rm hs, WHAT GRACE N- FOUR NU 7 guna rev If .SIFPPEIU OH' Auf? Huunuc cmuwfws HHS HEY SHOOT 90 If A12 iid if X '5f'gr'l'PEL il d"Y'TQ.? 91 if Q5 X fff XR. f XX X "' mf x ' x 5 X XM L X : ,I XX H ' if ff I I 1 ' ' gf ,f' .ian fig? . 0 V ggi? if 3 ' If ' V 'fd .axylgr X X - Xf ' 5 ,1 WQ, ,'f Qs.. f ,gf vw X K X X1 ,Lf , , f ff ' K X X f h f W 'W T , 1 I ' "I gf' 5 X . ' x X .5 45 A 'JJ 5, ly X . . xi?:i"ll-Q X x X x " J wtf! - -,. . R' ,AAKX Ll lf ! Ain A SOLILOQUY OF THE TIMES Verna Skyles Ho hum' saxd Mr Times as he sighed contentedly and chuckled to himself this rs the best time I have had rn years I must be ten years younger because I have laughed so much at the jokes Mr Spectator told me I thought that all my friends had forgotten me but I guess the war made travelxng too ex pensive Miss Dxstaff wrote me from Boston and told me some very clever stories and said she was becoming interested rn Current Events I have nt heard from my frrends at Chrcago Omaha or Muskeegee yet Wonder what s the matter They must have that deadly disease the Minus Exchange Pas that the Sphinx was telling me about By the way he s a regular society fellow I believe he belongs to more clubs than any other man I know I wrsh we had a Hiker s Club here Maybe I wouldn t feel so old My old frxend Orange and Black from Wheaton Ill has one of the best debating teams I have ever heard of just think of twenty young men rn one debating club' Miss Auroran and Miss Pebbles both telephoned from the hotel today They didnt have time to come see me They are as rnterestmg and peppy as ever When that lrttle fellow I call the Little Dodger came rn I was frightened he seemed so weak and thm He was panting from climbing all the stairs but after he got his breath he told me that he represented the Senior Class of Ft Dodge He certainly is interested rn the Red Cross and our soldier boys The Tuskeegee Student came up twrce from Alabama He has the best spxrit of all my callers And last but by no means least I heard from North Des Moines High to day Their representative deserves his name The Oracle all right and his school shows the best athletrc record of all I hope all my friend thmk the same of me as I do of them I believe I II vxszt more people next year and may be Ill but the Times was getting too tired to finish and we will have to wait until he awakes next year to see what he had planned to do 1369! li 92 At PY 1 1 1 1 1 , 1 44 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 64 Y I v 1 1 1 Y I QA 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 y 1 1 'Y 1 1 1 1 1 14 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 11 1 1 1 1 . ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 v 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 u 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 u 11 1 ' 1 1 1 1 S 1 1 1 1 . - V YY 1 1 . 1 1 A 0 o kj LUMN1 4915 fjjf 4912 A9j 3 I9 6' iv N Asxx 93 ' Harry Abel Isaac Armstrong James Bannon Roy Bullard Gardner Carlson Archxe Carothers Robert Casey Edward Doerr Edwin Dudley Joe Ehart Robert Ekxns Harold Funkhouser Hershal Grlham Bernard Glaha William Gral Earl Hamilton Sabert Hamilton John Hamilton Fred Hanchett Russel Hopley William Hobbs Harry Hull Clarence Hull Roy Huett IIUNUI l'0ll H S Boys and Graduates rn the Service Charles Hyde Everett Jack Granville Jacobs Lewis Krstler Louis Koch Ed Kullowatz Cecil Lyon Charles Lyon Harold Nlasden ames Maloney Arthur Miller Phil Miller Merle Myers Paul Munsell Fred Newkxrk Floyd Nxggeme yer Ivo Nrggemeyer Harold Parkers Albert Phrlrps Robert Phelan Frank Richmond Earnest Richmond Fred Sallender Loran Sampsell Paul Schaper John Scovel Vincent Saunders Craxg Shealler Lloyd Shreves Paul Shreves Simon Schlueter Chas Starburg Leslie Smith ames Spencer Ray Smith Orrin Smxth Leonard Strdley Edward Tucker Arca Van Hynmg Fred Wahrer Lew Watkins Lee Wayland Walter Werbler Enerson Wxlkens Albert Young D W Young N B The asterisks indicate Over Seas Service This lrst is as correct as was possible for us to obtain at this time 2: 5 au. nu- 45 in-rx -is A-gs in-.5 2'- 94 ' 1 . 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Q! 1 N S S 5 1 15 -: N 5 WHO Fern Andrews Louise Auge Barbara Auwaeter Alma Berens Nellie Burdan Mable Busard Nora Clancy Geo Conradt Merle Fisher Clara Fisher Carl Funk Herald Funkhouser Freda Gehm Verna Gibbs William Graf Vivian Haeflner Leila Henkle Helen Houston Charles Hughes Granville Jacobs L5 dia Knabe Lena Krebill Edward Kullowatz Ma rgu errte Kuhlmeier June Lee Lysle Marsh Hilda Maxheld Phil Miller Walter Morton Merle Meyers Ei nice Naylor Xl l NIXI Dll'll IUPX Vella Starkweather I9 CLASS OF 1918 WHERE Ft Madison Ft Madison Charleston Ft Madison Evanston Ill Ft Madison Ft Madison Ft Madison Quincy Ill Colorado Kirksville I Ft Madison Galesburg III Home Ft Madison Ft Madison Ft Madison Galesburg Ill Ft Madison State University West Pornt Ia Ft Madison State l niversrty Ft Nfadison Ft M' oison Ft Nladison Home Ft Madison Wilton Ta Hartford Conn Home WHAT Shealfer s Pen Co Teaching in rural district Teaching Stenographer Student Nurse Teaching in rural district Business College Stenographer Business College Teaching Farming A T 8: S F Knox College Teaching in rural district Electric Co Sheatler s Pen Co Sheaffer s Pen Co Knox College Farming Electrical Engineering Home Home Engineering Sheaffer s Pen Co C W Weeks Mu ic Shop Teaching Teaching in rural district Democrat Farm ng Trin ty College Teaching in rural district V V 4F YYY ' 4 A A A X A X Y . , , I . .. , . ., . 4 .. .,.,., . l , - .. .. ,. l Q ' ',a........ '. Winnie Glaha. .. Des Moines A . ,Zaiser Specialty Co. 41 I Y . , , . .... , . . T, , . . .. ..,. .,.,. . a" .. . . . . s' . .,. , , .i . ,, , . , -'l'x., - 1' ' Y A l ' 4' l . 95 WHO Ivo Nlggemeyer Edwin Oppenheimer Florence Pascal Louise Rietnach Marion Rowland Raymond Smith Hulda Schlueter Vida Skyles ames Spencer Rodney Stein Helen Stemple Florence Tennant Paul Whallon Grace Williams WHO Lee Wayland Helen Winn Jean Wilkens Bertha Niggemeyer Robert Phelan Margaret Parker Ardella Dextrick Robert Ekins Catherine Fulton H1zeI Ianse Crystal Judy Louise Koch Irene McAllister Anna. McK1ttrick Day Newsom Fern Kern Armin Krebxll WHERE Drake University Ft Madison Home Toledo Ohio St Louis Kansas City Ft Madison Cedar Rapids la Ft Madison Sawyer Ia Chicago Ill Mt Vernon la Ft Madison Ft M idx on WHAT Business Managing Course A T 81 S F Teaching Home Student Nurse Sheatfer s ewelry Co Coe College A T 81 S F Farming Student Nurse Cornell College Editor oi Democrat Stenographer CLASS OF 1917 WHERE Farrheld la Ntota III Ft Madison WHAT Army of Oc upatxon Parsons College Home Sheafler s Pen University ot Notre Dame Ft Madison Deceased West Point Ft Madison Ft Madison Ft Madison State University Evanston III Kentucky Mt Pleasant Ia Ft Madison Ft Madison 96 Electric Engineer Home Military Ac Sheafler s Pen Co Business College Shealler s Pen Co Liberal Arts Student Nurse Wesleyan College Home Krebill Mill . ...., , . ' . . ' I , Maud Wellington . .Ft. Madison Teaching in city. ' , , , . ' ' CO, WHO Edward Krehlorel Lrllran Henkle Emily Hutch Harold Hoflnerster Irene Marsh Gretchen Miller Ervrne Mack Marion Stern Adelra Schlueter Arca Van Hynrng Helen Rayn Flossre Rowland Loran Sampsell Ruby Frnch Alma Cxerhardt Vrolet Gardner Letha Cunning Luther Banks Etta Anthony Hazel Brown WHO ohn Amborn Myrtle Brandes Wrllnm Brandes Florence Erayton Louise Carothers Rokert Casey Leah Cassidy Lena Corseprous Mlrguerrte Davis Pierce Decreval Edward Doerr Katherine Doerr WHERE State Unrversrty Home Farr 1eld Ia Bolder Colo Ft Madison Wever Ia Ft Madison Deceased Ft Madison Ft Madison Evanston III St Louis Ft Madison Ft M drson Nrota III Ft Madison Ft Madison St1te Unxversrty State University Ft Madison CLASS OF WHERE Ft Madison Ft M3d1SOI1 Umversrty ol Iowa Ft Madison Chicago Ill Hlrttord Conn Ft Madrson Chicago III Ft Mxdrson Ft Madison France Ft Madison 97 WHAT Engmeer Teaching Parsons College ohn Zerr Sz Co Mrs P Stobbs Home Home Mail Carrier Student Nurse Student Nurse A T Sz S F Mrs Leo Stellern Home Stenographer Sheaffer s Pen Co Engrneer Liberal Arts Auto Sales Co I9 6 WHAT Home Business College Electrical Engineering Stenographer Mercy Hospital Trrnrty College Mrs George Hotlman Lake View Hospital Mrs Frank Hueser A T 81 S F Army Mrs Kelly Ada Davis E E H 'Colusa, III., , Mrs. Leo. 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I WHO Bernard Glaha Ben Goldman Mariora Hamilton Sarah Hamilton Esther Hasenclever Roy Henkle Frank Hueser Margaret Hughes Ruth Hughes Everett Jack Orrin ohnson Hugh Keaslzng Erma Knen eyer Charles Lyens Edith Maxheld Vera Newell Vincent Saunders Simon Scheueter Vera Schneider Grace Schulte Wolter Seaman Craig Sheaffer Paul Shrev s Beulah Smrth I. cnard Strdley Bernice Sweet Joseph Thomas June Williams WHERE Camp Logan State University State University State University Ft Madrson Deceased Ft Madison Ft Madison WHAT Army Medicine Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Rural teacher A T 81 S F Teaching Ft Madison R No 2Home State University State University France State University bt Madison Bricker Ia Ft Madrson Annapolis Maryland State University Ft Madison Kan as City Valparaiso Unive y Ft Madxson State University Ft IVV dison France Ft Madison University fo Chicago Ft Madison 2 98 Dentistry Electrical Engineering Army Lxberal Arts Perfection Tire Co Teaching Teaching Naval Academy Medicine Busmess College Home Dentistry T ngwalds Army Home Business Course Home . . . . 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Q2 1 ' 'aah . 0.1 " mn...- 91 It ' l X l Dorothy Haden Thursday evening Sept I2 at the home of Verna Skyles the Seniors entertained the boys who had to register for the draft The evening was spent in playmg cards and dancxng Pickles sandwiches and hot chocolate were served A Junior mask was given Sept 30 at the home of Mildred Skyles The purpose of the mask was to raise money for the Junior Senior banquet It was well attended by the pupils and teachers of the High School Roy Gehle entertained the Iunror Class Saturday evening Dec I4 A delicious two-course luncheon was served The Senior class enyoyed a bob sled party Tuesday night an 7 Later the crowd went to Young s Cafe Thursday evening Ian 9 the members of the Freshman class held a bob party The infants reported a very good time especially the boys On Thursday nrght Ian 9 the Sophomores also enjoyed a bob sled party At ten thirty refreshments were served at the home of Margaret Johnson On Wednesday evenrng Jan 31 the Seniors entertained the football squad at a six thirty banquet Sara Johnson entertarned the members of the Freshman class Feb 22 Refreshments consisting of ice cream and assorted cakes were served by the hostess Monday evenxng Feb I0 the Sophomore class was entertained at the home of Albert Werner The evening was spent rn playing games and having a general good time On Thursday Mar 20 Lucy Storms entertained the Senior girls at a stag party The affair was enjoyed by all and coffee sandwiches and pickles were served On Monday May 26 the Juniors will entertain the Seniors at a six thirty banquet to be held at the Masonic Hall The following toasts have been pre pared Hit em Hard Arvxlla Young Penalized Mary Phelan Hold that Line Ioseph Leary Interference Methyl Ellis Victory I W Fish 100 K A J l V ' Y - Y I . . .t . , . . . 0 ' . . . . ., 0 . o 1 1 'J . . 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A: J I' iff ,1ifQ5,X I K , ,7 V' Xl, Y - I x X ' , ,J"' V I f ff W' V E LL l I Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept ct C ct ct Oc C ct IOC XI lXll'Nl Xl' Hazel Schneider SEPTEMBER Again Assembly quiet and greennp Oh yes GREEN on the north sxde Usual mxstakes common to Freshxes Football practice started Freshman class meetmg Oh how w should have liked to have been there Other classes organxzed and officers elected No school everyone out for circus parade Boys over 18 register Entertaxned by Seniors at Verna Skyles home Athletic Association meet and elect officers Out at noon to see ackres uruors order pms and rrngs Wheels running smoothly Seniors never thought themselves quite so dense until they started solving Physics problem etc Miss La Breck resigns First football game of the season F M H S vs New London 78 0 Victorious? Well Id say' Mrs Evermgharn accepts positron as scrence instructor Juniors grve masquerade social at the home of Mrldred Skyles OCTOBER Bxg mass meeting Warden Perkins gives speech Football game at Des Moines Score 18 7 favor Des Moines Hard luck but a brave fight Boys remember Burlxngtona Teacher s Conventron at Keokuk No school everyone happy Football game with Milton F M H S won 54 0 Ft Madison celebrated World Peace Everybody down town at midnight false alarm Schools closed on account of Flu Fairfield game cancelled on account of Flu ban 102 4 lr 1 Er 4 V ,A X . 3. " ' ." ' , , . 4. ' 1 ' . . 5. ' . ' . " , g . 9. ' . . 10. ---- ' . . 12. ' .--- ' ' ' . 13. ' ' ' . . 16. "J ' ." . 18. I ' ' ' . . 20. ' . . 23. ' ' ' Sept. 26. Tests beginning---more promised! . 28. ' .... . . . O . 4. ' ' . ' ' . Ot. 5. ' . -.. ' . o . 11. ' ' , ' , 0 . 12. ' ' . . . . . , -. t. 13. . ' . Ot. 14. " ." O . 26. ' " " . 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NOVEMBER Flu ban still on Washington game cancelled Schools re-open after Flu epidemic Effect of Flu ban St Ambrose Academy football game also canceled Armistice signed"' No school everybody happy and in big parade Yell books for sale Football game with Burlington Star players unable to play on ac count of Flu Burlington wins 15 0 Juniors are sporting new pins and rings No French Miss Clarke takes visiting day Organization of Dramatic clubs Officers elected Big Thanksgiving game with Keokuk Did they get our goa Not much' Score 21 0 26 27 Exams enuf said' 28 29 Thanksgiving vacation' Oh you Turkay n everything DECEMBER Report cards Horrors the red marks"' Blame the Flu The whole High School sorrows Death of Dorothy Doerr member of class of 19 Cadet Norman Skyles R O T C visits school Freshman write letters to Santa Claus Seniors discussing the momentous question Class play School dismissed for Xmas vacation Freshman anxiously awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus JANUARY School held in F M H S "H" All start 1919 out right by making good resolutions which of course they intend to keep A certain Senior girl is happy' Why? Oh you solitaxrel' Times staff appointed Cadet Skyles returns to Academy Bunch of Juniors and their friends are entertained at the home of Roy Gehle Seniors have a bob party Freshman and Sophomores follow example set by upper classmen and take a sleigh ride Freshmen enyoy eatsw Did certain Fresh men boys enjoy the party at the Warehouse' 103 Q 2. ll YY I -- 1 ' . 4. ll 'Y 1 1 ' . 9. " " -- . , . 11. ' ' ' -- ' ' . . 15. . . 16. ' ' . - . 18. ' ' ' ' . -- ' . 21. ' ' ' . . . 25. ' ' ' ' . ' t? Dec. 2. Five substitutes in High School teachers still sick with the "Flu." . 4. . , " ." . 8. ' , . 12. .... ' ' . . 15. ' . . 18. ' ' ' ' --- . . 20. ' ' ' . ' ' ' I n. 1. ' . . . .... ' ' ' ' ' . y . , Y ' ' . .!!! 1 I n. 2. ' ' . . J . 3. ' ' ' ' 1 . 7. ' - I n. 9. - 3 an 3 21 an 3. fl 3. an eb Fe Feb Fe Fe e Fe e Fe e Gxrls Basketball started they desire to show their athletic abxlxty Mass Kirkwood coaches Normal Traxnmg Exams ' Three Senior girls whom Mrs Schwartz considered the most talk atxve were very indignant when they were moved into the Freshmen rows for an indefinite time QSundayI Miss McDougal dmes with old flame irom South Dakota Seniors order announcements Declamatory Contest held at the High School Mass Robinson resigns H Noble gets a hair cut Mrs Fleming continues Miss Robinson s work Irish Linen Peddler given by Dramatic Club at Library Semors give banquet for Football boys 31 Quarterly exams again ' " FEBRUARY All back after exams Things rather mixed up starting new classes second semester enrollment Miss Porterheld takes up the work of Miss Shrck We get reports and our lolks get letters" Mr Huffington resxgns Coach Hastings takes his place Sophomore Valentine party at Albert Werner s Lots of excitement n everything The love lorn in Freshmen class send Valentmes Mildred Skyles birthday Oh you candy"' Arvrlla Young and Ed Wallis wear loud bow ties unable to think English Grammar tests Ioy killer ' ' " After many HEATED discussions the Seniors decide on Tne Hoodoo as class play Harry Rayn steps through cexlmg rn science room Keep the good work going boys and we may get a new Hxgh Schoo buxldmg by and by QSaturdayJ Freshmen party at Sara Iohnson s They are wise they don t intend to be bothered by upper classmen Cast selected for class play 104 I n. 14. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . I . 15. ' ' .1 Ian. 17. ' ' . ' - I n. 19. . ' ' ' ' ' ' . I n. 21. ' . I . 24. ' ' ' . . ' . I n. 27. . "" ' . Ia . 28. A4 1 1 ,Y I 1 1 . I n. 29. ' ' . I . 30- . ' Ian. 31. Miss Shick resigns to accept position at Ottumwa. F . 3. . ' ' ' b. 5. ' .. b. 10. ' ' . . ' b. 14. - ' " . F b. 17. ' ' ' . , ' b. 19. ' . ' .... Q F b. 20. ' ' ' ' " ' " b. 22. ' . ' F b. 25. . 6 Feb Feb Fe Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Everyone tired' Why? All over Mabel Contest for Times subscrxptions closes Juniors win well anyway they need the money and Every little bit helps Hazel Janse 17 and Vera Schneider 16 visit school get called down for havingaso-called social session Ain t it awful? Girls organize Wiki Wiki Uki Club Miss Clarke mstructs Miss Porterheld is very much elated over a telegram' Wonder why? Teachers hold a meetmg Mr Brownell demands a better system of marching to and from classes MAR CH Seniors and uniors secretly planning somethmgwn Seniors pennant seen waving from sugar bowl Strange isnt it uniors7 When and how they wonder was our 20 pennant taken down Fumbled again' Girls Glee Club practicing hard lor Operetta Miss Porterheld absent on account ol sickness ot School Board and teachers Too much mystihcation going on in the wee sma hours so the Janitor is hired to stay in building at nights to keep out intruders Students decide to get revenge Janitor hears strange noises next day bell rope is broken Too nice a day to stay in school some skip First Senior practice with Mr Pollard Enuf of this class hghtxng in school and on school grounds Mr Fish endeavored to make this fact understood by the students Basket Ball Girls pose for Times picture Test papers back in Physics all resolve to study Those that skipped the 12th are making up double time St Patrick s Day Time of year when they show their true color The Juniors are much amazed to see their dummy and goat swmgmg in the air Some more excitement"" B a a B a a' A certain teacher calls several for looking out the windows and then curiosity gets the best of her so sends a Sophomore up stairs to see and report what is going on outside Can you beat :P Sophomore and Freshman decide they lead too quiet a life so start a class fight Freshman win Wamrng to Sophomores Wait a little longer OS F b. 26. ' . . " , ." 1 ' . 27. ' . b. 28. . ' 1 . 3. ' J ' ' ' . 4. . . . - 4, y , , . , J I 0 v v ' . 6. ' ' ' ' ' . Mar. 10. The Domestic Science girls assisted by Miss Prine serve members . II. Ab 1 1 YY n n Y v . 12. ' ' . ' , . 12. ' ' ' ' . . . 13. ' ' ' . ' . 14. ' ' . ' . 17. . ' ' . ' ' . . 18. ' ' ' Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar April Aprxl April Aprxl Aprxl Ap rxl April April Juniors bury Seniors OJ on school ground xn the wee sma hours Next mornmg all wear mourning but alas' they did not heed Mr Fish s advice so all the Iunxor boys are canned for an mdehnxte time Innocent unrors are back m school Senior girls have a Stagfnj party at Lucy Storms uite an excitement when Verna S and Ruth C fell in the Assembly No English Grammar as Miss McDougall accompanies Mary Phelan an entry rn the District Declamatory Contest to Srgourney Under classmen have pxctures taken Mary wms third place Heard rn English Grammar class It s pupils like you that drive teachers insane Booster Club pins come All of the Junior boys are back unxor girls are smxlmg again 26 Last desperate effort to do a quarters work m one night' 27 28 EXAMS Everyone frownmg and wondering why they drdnt study Miss Porterlielcl resigns Blue Monday for sure' Miss Williams fills vacancy of Mxss Por terfield APRIL All Fools Day Times stall have pxctures taken Monograms presented to Football Basketball and Track fellows by Coach Hastings Report cards given out Junior class pictures taken Mr Brownell reads Senior averages William Moore valedxctorxan Lucy Storms salutatorian Girls working hard for Operetta Seniors learn that they are not required to take last quarter s exams if they have high enough grades Something worth working for II I2 Operetta given by Gxrls Glee Club at the Grand Well attended What was the trouble m Methods? Ask Mary Phelan 106 . 19. 1 0 ' 4 P . . 20. " " I ' ' . ' ' .. . 21. Q ' ' . . ' . . 24. ' ' . ' ' U ' ' . 25. ' I ' ' " ' . Mar. 24-26. Mrs. Gent substitutes for Miss Porterfield. . 28. ' ' . . 31. . ' ' ' ' - ' l. . ' ' . ' 2. , ' 3. ' , ' 4. ' ' , , -Q . ' 7. ' ' . ' 9. ' ' ' Aoril April April April April May Mly May Mly May Miy i certiin Senior girl overstept or iorgct to get in so clme to school 1 tevs hours late Wliat wls the matter Leili Girls busy mlking c tndy to sell tt Tr lclc meet Senior play prxctice everything going well School dismissed t th ee o clock lor Inter clxss Truck meet Seniors win Tig Diy it school by tne Booster Club CS1tiird1yD uniors practice tor class play Tag Dly in the business district Seventy hve dolllrs taken in good work girls unior cl iss pl xy Too lVIuch ot 1 Good Thing given it the High School oe Le try busy getting dates tor bashlul boys goes to press Cxlendar discontinued MAY Qllss plly The Hoodoo Cl xss Dly Picnic Bacmlturexte servi es unior Senior Banquet Cxrrluiting exer ises md midnight luncheon 101 W 16. I .' ' ' 1 , U : . s ' l8. ' . ' ' . ' ' ' ' J - Y ' 19. N. . . I ' 5 . ' . L . . ' . ' April 22. Seniors working hard on Class Play which promises to be good. Times w -1 K .n I a . 21. ' L 1 " L 22. . . , . . ,3 . . t 25. . 1 . . 5 'c .. 26. I ' -'S ' . A 27. l t x L I k 4 Cl. . . I I . Wtug-v r - 5-.1 t A 'il lERqiibQLQJAg, U07 IN NATURE COOKOE A JUNIOR THE Roucnauwcu FL JR ENIDRS SWFET PETUTIE d To.KtS Flu? Placefo FMH5 ROOM FOR TWO EXIT BIRDS LETS RIDE OH' BOY 108 JQKE5 X X Z-Q fwc w X 'R 35, 61 Q ' ',"534fj5 ! N f gp .Y f L' - w Q E , " If X 1 -1 I X 'lj KK K A FT K xii i! K Y X, X E X 1 qu ! xl X KLM 4 X! - L31 I 1 xx PX, Xi ' X! TY' -Y I5 NK-Ci, iq 1, K' kxfbjg ' L 2 .L ji 7 i- I lf feAf"ff'f Alf! , 109 Hllxl S Irene Smith It you cint liugh lt the yokes ot the age laugh at the tge ot the jokes Mrs Schwartz fPsychologyJ Do you like people becluse ot the shue ot their llces Donald Guthrie Why yes you lxke them by the shape ol their eyes nose mouth n everything Harry Harper CEngl1sh-lj All ot King Arthur s men lett him hut some ot them stayed Miss Lusk CLatm Class! Iennre take your seat ind lelve cl1ss Miss MCD tEngl1shJ How cm you shlrpen your pencfl when I um alkmg ack Cv QH1st IJ Why did the Ancient people live so long Miss Masden Well they didn t lrve 1s last 1 hte 1S we do now The Detective Give me 1 description ot your missing clshrer How tall was he The Boss I dont know how till he is Wh tt worries me rs th1t he was S300 short Puck Miss Masden Wh it 1re the religions ot Inch? M Monkey :sm lor one Mrss Masden Yes Vrvun but you pronounce that Mohxmmedrsm Miss Porterheld fC1vxc J Talking ot politics Mary what party are you tor Mary I un tor the man no plrty considered Crumley lost his Gate Mrs F CAnc1ent H1 t J Compare the strength ot Rome with Athens M H Rome was a land power and Carthage was a water power 110 7 Y 1 1 Q AP . , A . , 4 4 4 f . 4 , g, .4 . - . 4 4 4 N - . - 5vv c . , O .A . ' . . f , v . H v v f . 0 4. - . v . - H c . . . ' .4 . av . f L 4 4 4 4 . . . t 4. . . . 4 L 4 I t . un J . .4 . . . un . .4 . v , . H . , 4 . 4 4 . . . .4 '- . , - . 4. . Y . 4 4 . . ju 4 . ' 4. v . . . . 4 4 . 4 4 4 . 4. . . - . vw . 4 4 4 4 . V .4 . ' ov . - . ' 44 . . . H . .. 4 Q 4 - . ' , . rl O . ' . , . H 43 . . , in . ,, , n . 4 . 4 . . -F . u f " . . .5 . . - . 44 " . .. c ' Mrs Cmnon CGlee Clubj Plrdon me lor stepping on your heel Oh that s alright I wllk on it too Nlrs F tAnt Hxst J Tell the bright side ol the Roman History F!'CShfI11'l Vlfomen began to improve E B CCIVICSU It President Wilson wasn t the man to send to the Peace Conference who wls V M Abraham Lincoln In talkmg ol Peter the Great in History class XX71yne C He got 1 slice ol Turkey dxdnt heb Miss Garrett to Allen Listen to what Frank is saying Frank W I aint sayxng anything Ed Vollers fling Cllssj Qhould we write in pen or ink? Said the bald headed man to the waxtress bold Look here woman' My cocoa s cold' She replied scornlully I cant help that' It the Llxmed thing s cold put on your hat Pythian Guest Freshman Girl lVly you hive a lever Semor Gvrl Oh no l am 3 xst putting 1t on It wis a cold day when the thermometn was 23 oelow and the snow was drifted high that Mrs Swirtz really asked her psychology class to do outsmde reading How cruel Harry H CEng Gramj starts and then hesitates about reciting on a sen tence and 13111 M inter upts Miss McD Ne fer mind Harry rs doing this B111 M He doesn t seem to be If Mild ed Skyles is Young Is Methyl Prown Notice on Assembly Room bolrd Turn hxm Out at 4 P M l l l 4. ' . vv 4 L . L 4 I S . 44 v . . n 4 4. , Q A 4 r 4 . 44 . 1 . - . v4 . .4 . vy L . 4 4 f 4 G 44 ' . . v un 4 4 4 . .4 . 44 44 , ' . 4 n 4 .4 4 4 . 4 0 44 . . . vv . 44 . 4 , n ' 44 . . 4 n 4 4 4 L. 4 M' P ' "I d ' k d'ff H ISS 4 4 t OCSU l. fna. C afly I CYCTICC. 44 h v vv , 4 4 . - 4. 4 v 4 - A . v 44 . 1 1 , 4 - . ' 44 f n 4 4 L 4 . . 44 . . . vv 4 4 L 4 P 1 4. ' f' K . 4 1 4 4 4 4 4 4 c ' 1 4 T 4 . 44 . . , . vo 44 - , . . 4, 4 n It o ' 5 . 44 - rv , H 4 4 ' ' Mxss P fCrvrcsJ You will find xt on page 190 M That isnt on page 190 in my book Miss P Well in your book not rn your appendxx Miss Clark fling 4J How many have a House of Seven Gables t home? D H I am not sure but I think our house has only one gable Miss McD CEng Gramj Give the kinds of nouns Mildred L I don t know Mxss McD Concrete Mildred L Does she mean my head? A queer thing is on the cards in Europe What is that? The deuce is taking all the Kings Baltimore American Hurry up and get this read fredj Miss C fling 31 Proctor why was Irving named Washington? P R P Why were you named Hazel? M I. Qsewmg Classj The styles were the same plain colorless ones of the Egyptian time until Cleopatra came md then 1 guess they changed Alice R fComm Geoj Ihey made a new discovery the other day Miss Masden What was it Alxcep Alice They grafted an egg plant to a pig weed and now they have ham and eggs D G fcommg out of shoe storej Boys Ive found a pair of shoes too big for me Roy G fling 3D At the time f ueen Victoria the people thought it nonsense to speak of coming across the ocean on steamshrps and telephones Miss G CAIg 3, There s one thing I am thankful for and that is I am not lazy and the more I look at you the more I am thankful 1 L ' 45 I Y I ,Y .: , , . . : a VV . OC I YY I ' ll I J ' YY . , ., , N I . 44 YV .. . ,. Wm. M. fHanding Miss MCD. material for the "Times" to be censored.j 1 . ll 1 1 YY . . . , . , .. ,. V K 1. 0 1 . 44 1 7' r 44 1 4 'V : , . 9' . . ' ' z " , ' ' ' ' . . : " ' o' Q ' ' ' 1 O 40 V 1 ' ' 1 Y' l 2 The tollowmg wanted to be sure their names were m this book so we con sidered this the best department Wayne Crumley Roy Gehle Hannah Goldman Ennis Peterson Thorne udy Arvrlla Young ack Gardner Ed Vollers Alice Rasmussen Donald Guthrie Howard Fisher Mrs F CEconomrcsj How many mints have we rn the U S A 7 A voice Peppermxnts Jack Gardner Do you serve lobsters here? Waiter Yes srr sit down We serve anybody Mrs F As spring comes on I guess we will have to cut this vzsrtrng period longer Miss Clark had given the English class some quotations to learn Proctor P Let s take this one Give way to repose English Grammar class raves when they find out their papers were graded by Freshxes Methyl and Ed read how things were going rn Sioux City and came to school and tried rt out Ed says It s a gay lite rt you don t weaken ack Gardner trred to tell the Solid Geometry class there wasnt rn two right angles Methyl E cant get the meanrng of Sweet Cookie Everyone was singing rn typewrrtrng class one morning It I had a piano I would sure play rt R P cPf21Ct1CI1'1g unror play 1 She set her cap for me and she knows am engaged to Jennie Clawson CCowperJ 113 . . 0 . ' 44 . . . , 44 . vv . 44 so . . 44 . . n 4 , 4 . . 44 . . . n . 44 v . 4 1 v vv 44 v 4 . . 44 v . ' . ' v 4 1 . v . 44 . n I T 0 44 - . . yo P . . J . . 44 I . H I thought you had given up burnt wood art det re Ferdinand how can you be so heartless' This xs pre ust think rn the class play I have to take Ill those children rn m arn Gee I wish I was one ol them When your wxte st arts to talk does she know when to stop I am un tble to say I have been m1rr1ed only nine ve ars Pythian Guest Miss G It the Republ1c1n Senators don t vote lor the League ot Nations what wzll be the result Allen Allen G Well they ll vote the other way then Miss G fAlg 33 Harry what rs the ns ver to the 5th problem H H I can t tell you Miss G A treshman ought to be able to work that H H Well I am no Freshman There is a clergyman rn an Ohio cxty who is very proud ot his record as 1 marrying parson Why sir sard he to a Cxncmnatx man who was V1SItiIlg hun I n arry about fatty couples a week right here rn this parsonage' Parsonage returned the Cincinnati man I should call rt 1 Union Depot New York Times Mrs F tEconom1csJ How many ktew chewing gum was made iran bones etc 5 Do they use negroes bones to make black ack gum H N CEng 35 Miss Clark Proctor can make a noise like 1 flock o worms K Y Cprckuag up play Green Stockings D Who s going to put th s 0 I rose up in the car one day To give a girl my seat Twas a question whether she or Should stand upon my teet Exchange 114 ,, . . N r L . . . . . .. . . . . ,.. . t . I . . .. , 1 . I I as " . ,, . Q - .. . .. , . t . .. Q y I ,N f . , . ., - . , H . . ,L . . . , 1 . . . .. . . . .. . ,H , . .. . N -- v c Q - . .. . H ' 'I Y 5 9 4 U Q C4 I A 4 ,. . .. . ., - .. 44 L C Q i .. 1 N . .. , . - . . . .. . H . . . , . . . . .. 1 . . . .1 -' . . . H . 4 . .. yy . . , .. . , - . . , 1 , . . N , . . w . . . 1 A L . ' A .. . .. , 1 H H E B 1 H - D . .. L I Q . ' .4 . -, - 4 0 : Q 0 I 9 L 1 H - - .. , fv U ' A 1 5 3" . . I Z A. IT- . . , I N Frank P Ccomm Lawj Something ot interest to me was the tax on lrquor would be S2 00 less on a gallon Harry H CComm Lawj The conclusion ot a contract is what you come to when you get to rt V M They didnt know what a cat was rn those days They dzd too Cleopatra had twenty cats Step Guthrie in dressing room Hey turn on dem lights you blame dirty dogs H N Miss Clark Proctor xs saving his hair for a mattress D G CEng 35 What does it mean to make love scxef1t1f1cally7 R Wrth 1 gas mask Vlrs 5 Qpsychologyj Fear rs said to be inherited ack Gardner I can t remember the time when I was afraid Well I think she talked over the heads ol some ol the girls M Oh' I dont know I was sitting right down in tront and it dx n go over my head COITICS I notice yor frequently carry a medal on your chest I got that medal tor running Whom did you beat? The owner and six policemen Mr B Qcomes in Senior class meetmgj The bell rs not ringing Miss G Cbusily talking to Vrvxanj Thats a good thing Bernice S Qto S KJ Dont talk so much Mxss G What clxd you say Bernice S Dont talk so much William Moore was seen chewing gum the 6th period Feb 77 How this radical change lli U . f . . vv U . - . . rv ' U . v . n E B . .4 , n . . . . U . Q v . rv D U . ..., N . .. , . Q 4. . . , - yo . . . . . , . . P P I H , vv . . .. L 1 . 1 - . U . . . . vo J . 46 Y . ' . VY H ' f 'l OW 0112 S IHCUIOYY ar . K P 44 . - - , vv . . .. , . . U v . . . . f . v . L.. . . t vw U . ' n L . rr - . rv ., , n .r . . vv . . . H 1 - 1 vv . . r . . . . . . . N o . H 1 . Ab Y 'Y . . . . . . . .4 . Du . .. . , . .4 v vv .. . , . .. . . , 5 Miss MCD fEng Gram D Whll is 1 syll1ble5 H H A piece ot a word Vxvran underline that sentence V M Underwhere tUnderwearJ Miss Porterheld Dale how much gum do you onsurne rn 1 d1y E F Qto l S Tt you keep on pl1y1ng l yull be here until srx o lo k And so will I Prrn Brownell What is a pendulum ack G A pendulum is an iilldgiillfy obuett suspended ly 111 un 1gu 1ry string 'Vlr Brownell Yep yust 1 knot hole suspended ly 1 YI k Ex hxnge Miss Clark Methyl and oe rn the oth e 'Vlxss Clark I 1l'ways dad hate 1 sneak o So did l 'Vlethyl get out o here We wonder why the ukulele lub organr ed W'hen asked to play a unxor class play Miss Clark said they h1d not practiced long enough l will notrce they were organ: ed long enough to hue thexr picture rn the Tune rngton Teacher What is an lndun s vute 1124 Pupil A squavu Teache Corre t You what rs 1n lndxan s haby alled Pupxl A. quawker 'Vlrss C oseph your l1u0h s anythxng but lnrmonrous loe I. l imported F lEeOUOYIlI sy -'K gene tion 1 ye1rs l 1a e a ge era'1 rw some day r Y 'l D t onfnz l e, J C1 X3 'v0UUfI0 v'vOI'lll o gulcl dust a O XVI e o t re, J e a washing powder H6 . . . : . . - . . 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Flt Miller got 1 letter tronl hrs l ldy lrrend ind rt ended with these words Forget to write soon P R P would like to be Sultmn ot Turkey lor a couple oi weeks Mxss L lEI12liSll JJ oe wh xt kind ot a looking nun was Shakespeare I didn t get 1 very good look it hun Roy Q1 fnmornmg ltter the Seniors put up their binnerj I thought there w is only tour Seniors over here and I came over to clean them up but when I slw the six ol them txke itter me I mn the 770 in 7 I 7 flat and wasn t going list enough yet Walter Buckw xr Crville Arnold W lyne Lrumley S lnuny Hughes C If Engleh 1rd lick GL 1h 1 Elmer BOmcamp Harry Rayn Koester Schater Maryorxe Ameln Laura Lorrarne Uva Overhulser L1Follette Dunivan Manshxenm Arnold Helen Bllderbach Mamie Dexdrxch Mildred Skyles S F CSol1d Geom J That s llrrght but I thought you ten trom eight llf were subtr lctrng A A .l L K 5 -1 . . . ,. .. , - , ,H L .. . . , ., . . . . Li L 4 . - V . . . 14 v t 6 K 4-44 '4- .. . . . . 1 . . .l . 1 . 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V H , V-V , 'Y'-' r V 1 r' X. f .:..,- - v -Vw-.-fa..-.V,,' 1' Q' ir I Pdf:-I E A -4.1 -F I -'Q v V , , 3- ' I -rfvbw -1-,-.., '-JV'-V. .I -PJ - , -'N .V -F.. ...V .. w,.- -,.,- A .. M., -3 X ,.., .. L We Try to Please Particular People lncluslrlal Company X OUR MOTTO Prompt Service Satlsfled Customers Phone 816 606 Second Street P x Th Plumbing and Heating o Hayles Phanmacy Cp, osltc Post OfflC6l ls cttln to he ll-IE Dlu btorc ot l'o1t Nladlson Gul Fount tm IS Qpcn the Yeftl AlOUl1Cl We hive 1 complete lmc of C tmctas Fountfun Pens Tollet Goods Accuracy and Econorry law xillll Slllt Y .ulf 1 our Nh asurl We uamntee them to fit and please you tn every way Lathe woolens to select from and lots of them Out style5 are the latest 1 V 1 o Glasgow I anlors. 111 Second Stteet Fort Madtson lowa ' 2 5 P ' C ' ' A C I 2 ' I 1 I A P D' 5'- ' . I r ' Etc. The watchwords in our Prescription Department are. Purity. ll . I ' ' ' I ' Y O l C I t ' ' A ll Y x 1 x A k , g .C Q, I 1 . ' 'O 1 L' D 1 Y W Two Good Places to Trade BUESCHER 536 Second Street 1327 Front Street QUALITY MEATS AND GROCERIES Buy Them Both at the Swme Place Before You Bulld or Repalr 3353333535353 CC GEO A SPENCER me t General Contractor and QJ11 611111 L1 Construction Engineer Designs, Plans, Speclfica I C tions and Estimates QAESQAK-EXXKKSQAEKXYQSQ 1017 6th Street Phone 790 X Paul Electrlc Company l'I Iii IHII AL KUNIHAQ IINI1 813 Second Street Fort Madison Iowa N N c T- -' In patronizing our advertisers Pleas n ion I I .V -, Y ' S ' I - By so doing. the advertisers. as well as the next years stall will be I I . ' - wen hted. I O I fl I 1 Y if Y Y Y VY W YY Y Y 1 4 4 4 1 J J A I A - V Icwa wesleyan Ccllezgz M It PLEASANT IOWA A FUI LY ALLRPDITILD ST ANDARD LOIIEQE LONSERVA FORY OF MUSIL SLHOOI OI4 BUSINFS5 UNUSUAL ADVANTAK IHS AI LOW LOST SHIDUEL LUEIR Hctmg Pmzsldent 0911121115 liuhmiaknxg QZHIIQIEIIIII AUTO AMBULANICE SERVICE Phone D73 936 Svcond Strcwt , . . . For Pzuticulzuw. Address O Q 3 1 O U Y . Y , x .ii- f 1 . - .- . ENF 1 G PENNEY COMPANY The Home ei Nutty Tags ter the Nutty Dressers RUR EXPERIENCED BUYERS BEING UF THE NATIUN INSURES YUU THE VERY LATEST STYLES IF IT ISA LATE STYLE YOU FIND lncor orafed 197 BUSY STORES BLIYIIIH TOT 197 SLUTBS IS 8 WIJIITLBTTLIL FUTGE to LUYIBT PTLCBS You ATB LRB GRIIIBT C E Y - V J. P N -Y COMPANY' I I Leeuen IN me sme eenrees IT AT ' Before Making Your Purchases, Examine Our Stock 1-.ll Better Merchandlse for Less Money Clothmg Shoes Cloaks Su1ts Dresses Wa1StS Furmshmg Goods Complete Outfltters for Men Women and Chlldren The Royal Store, C6 ' 77 7 Wm. GOLDMAN, Proprietor econ an s nu ree s For adison. I J BE BOW Wood and Coa 1006 FRCNT SIREET Ofhce Phone 75 M RES 929 FOUR FH S1 REF1 Phone 192 M Larsnn's I l1e House of uahty Evex ythmg Fresh Every Day h Grade lVlate11z1l5 H1011 Class Labor ElllC18lll SCI VICC HEI Il11ve SOIl1CtlllI15t0lCll 11r We ve one 111 our school who 11 k 5l19Slf1CS 111 Sp1111Ql1 md Fremh And 111 Enghsh too And goes by the n 1111e of lVl1ss Ll ukr Our P1111e1p1ls111111e1s Brownell 19 l1ttle and Surely 12 swell He IS sl1o1t1111lst1lky ll1o so111et1111es b1lkx And everybody hkes hm well For Drmestm Suence we l1 ue P11116 Around hu ill the lows sl1111e She ll'1I1lS out the e 1t VN llxll une ther he 1 s 1 Lk lx 1 N111 X 1 x K nn dy B thens In .UI nh "WW Santa I L m ont llladnscn, Iowa I . ,. N , . .. ., . .. I - - -l.. i- 1 5 ' 1 .lz kl ' ' 5 '. 211' . 9 5:9 z ', 2 ' ri D I ilkf I Q - j ' 1 "1 ' -. " ol 2 1 . ' ,V He '. ' , 1 ', 5 , Y 1, V 1 V ll 1 Hlg ' ' ' A Q N T .i ,J V Z . 5, -. b , V1 ' 1 5 ' . l 1 ' 1 L f 'Z S. 'l " 1 1 ' o 1 w ty y He' 'm'i1g is "1 ply li'i11e. 1 , Y 1 , W J ll' l O. s, , 1 1 ' , .Q - . . " fl '. I' - . Drv Goods Ladles Ready to Wear Rugs Lmoleums and Cur tams The Best Merchandlse That Money Can Buy dollar you spend at our store you get 100 111 merchand1se We want to thank the Class of 1919 for then' loy lty toward Fort Madlson mer chants by adoptlng the slogan Fort MHd1SOH Flrst Wlth best WlbhCS C F TINGWALD CO C F Tl GW LD CU is our Slogan. Every The Style and Quality Store B B HESSE 8: SONS Real Tallors and Clothlers If you Want l bl all ool goods co to us them Su1ts to Crder S2518 NET and S2708 NET I-hgh Grade Ta1lored Su1ts to Crder S30 88 to S65 08 NET As Large a Stock as Any Store ln the State of lowa Corner Second and Pme Streets Fort Macllson, Iowa C C re ia e, w , me S for we certainly have in abundance. I 'QS fmcrfs' COOK BY WIRE For Comfoxt liconomy Convemence l"ff1C1Cl'lC5 Fort Madison Electrlc Company .M ,...... . 25? . elf 1 i 5 V . . A ' gffj ' ' ' ky 5 YT? - Q . . - . . Y , .4 I I ROYA MARKET Inc MAKERS OF DOERINGS QUALITY SAUSAGE PHONE134 1737 Second Street, Fort Madison, Iowa TheFnrtMadlsnnBuslnessGn lege OFFERS SFENOGRAPHIC BOOKKEPPINC SECRFIARIAL L,O5I ALLOUNI INQ LIVIL Sb.RVILI1 AND COMMBRLIAL TEALHING LOURSFS tt moderate tuition rates Life Scholarships are issued in 111 courses lay Never before were so many splendid positions open md YOU SI-IOUI D PREPARE TO SULCEED BY CEFTIING A PRACTILAL AND BFFILI h.NI' BUSINFSS LOURSE AT THE FOR! MADISON BUSINFSS COLLILC E You can enter any Monday owing to our methods of individual instruetion Many are enrolling now forthe Spring Term Write phone or C II 1t tl office for viluzble school information A F WHITE Presldeni L L MILLER CQ. COMPANY Clothlers and Furnishers Lee County Bank ulldlng 9 o - .' z 1' 7 I I 2 ' , 1 1. Q , ' "' . O' iv N , , .Y - . . , . -l I We place" all worthy graduates in excellent business positions without de- - I , 7 , I N i ' Q . ' ' ' . ' . . it . 18 2 2 . ' ' . I I , O I . . I I Dry Goods, Ready to Wear, Carpets, Rugs , Lmoleums Charmmg New Shoes For Sprmg Jo, 1 E iM Eltman Shoe Store We ve a teacher whose name Lusk Her favor te t me s the iusk And n V rg 1 and Laeser We all try to please er I4 ur n her we surely can trust Ther s a teacher whose name Flemm ng She never 1 ne any conde nn rg Her eyes they io tw nkle Ani her brows never wr nkle An 1 the fate of her st ll rs ren img For That Nobby New, Up to Date Suit That has the SNAP STYLE and FIT Get the HERMAN NILE FRESHMAN CLOTHES Lowest IH Prlce Best ln Quallty f l Tarlor and Clothler 821 Second Street " u l Q , . ' 3 ' is . ' i i i. L ., i i i' ' , O I i S ' .. Q75 -lv, ,T 69.7 ,T 13 ' we ' to rm 1 Mfat '-T941 -as AX XY'f v ,f if 5 K . . ,ff rs 1 ya V! 'S to I il. V M-,:1""""f . t i , L X i . 0 - - - . t .1 I 7 Q . Q ' - . 7 7 Enilh lgrrntmg QLIIIIIJJEIIIII 15 H1 Dnhh fi-Iauzxurr 23313 621 TPLOND P Wil MADIS UN ST EE R I IOVMA QlHI1Il1IPI'1'IEIl, sinh Lflnnk 151111111121 gTEIfIH11PI'1IEI11h 0Bff1rP Smpplww We carry a lme of Office Desks and Chazrs Safe Cablnets Art Metal Yawman KL Erbe and Wels Fzlzng Deuzces L!m1J1111r1t1r11 tnr Salt muh 4111111 Qirhhuu ttf Weddzng Inuztatlons and Announcements Prznted or Engraved furnzshed promptly Qlnmv 111 auth mt nur AIITLIIIIHTIF 2-'nlt tuhuul 131111 urn 111,11 YEIT1 SPECIAL ATTENTION to llzgh School and College Prmtzng Wnte us for quotatzons 0 O 4 l , 1 1,0 0 V Q if Q 'O . , - , X 9 S' 1,66 S9 , 0 15' ,A ijgiklnf. 6 i 0 0 D o . 0 I9 1 Exclusive Selling Agents For Q O , , - . on s s ' U y x ,, q - -, ., ,Q 1. As o u , T 9 0 - K K A S - S O l , x 'I' ' s x SMOKE H tto ROYAL SEAL d ALL STOCK AND NO STYLE a c LA REALIA 13C 2fo 25 W IVI I-IUTI GN Manufacturer F tNI d 0 I a ll 1 I lu sinuiSir1 it Font lVI'1d1son s Best Tallors INVIIE YOU To I ook Cver Cur Lal e Assortment of ALL PURE WOOL Samples Uur l ruvs X11 flu- Losu rl he Rexall Store Always Leads In TOIIGI Artlcles and Drugs Axt Drug Company CrSecodadMaktSt FotMadso Ioa u ns " H an " " Cig rs. 8C - 2 for 15 " M " - r C or a is n, i I -:- v -:- ow F HAY, YVELCH X FHAY :" I 5. L' . . A c ,S . I . -- 'Q 5 I ' 1 Q I 1 ' -st O. n n r e s. - - lr i n, w Slemer Furnlture Company RUI S SIUY I S Fl RNIIURI4 Guns, Ammumtlon, Motorcycles, Blcycles and ACCCSSOYICS SEE THE JUHNSUN MUTUR WHEEL C C WILLIAMS, Phone 86 X 110 Pune Street Fort Madlson Iowa I1 '1 In Y W V Y sf I any 1 1 r N 1 4 I 4 814-816 Second Street. - - - Fo tMadison. Iowa C O ' 1 l. e and Let Lwe T A MATHENY New Shoe Store and Shoe Repair Shop 836 SECOND STREEI' PHONE 289 Y H e JACOBSMEYER 623 5 d bt Meats Poultry Oysters 1n Season The Place of Tender Meats GIVE US A TRIAL 66 ' Y! I I For the Quickest and Best Shoe Repairing o o 'econ X reet 9 v ' PURITY and ZEIGLER Sootless Coal At Nnght You FIX Your Fire Wlth a Few Shovels Full of PURITY or ZEIGLER ln the Mormng You Wall Have a Clean Hot Flre tMd JOSEPH HELLING 1026 F 1Clean and Bright Like Anthracitel 7 . ' Can Only Be Purchased in For a ison from 7 ront St. Phone 81 M Fznzsh Off a Room ln Your Attzc An extra room for the boys-a bxlluard room a secluded Qtudy or den maybe you have an ldea how you can best use the wx aete Qpace IH your attic You don t b ne to fum around wnth lath, plaeter and ss allp mer elthc r You can do the whole job yx nth Be ver Board and do it better Bcavmr Bo rd a room m your amc and you ll wneh you had Ba xvcr Board ln the mamllvmg S pn e we V r together x tak It over We I b glad to look mer Q your houe wxth you and tell v u BEAVER what can be done Call ua up BOAR D Hawkeye Lumber Company QUALITY AND SERVICE RICHELIEU BRAND OUR MOTTO THE BEST PRODUCED Dagel Ss Bean FANLY OROLI-RI Eb PHONE 19 617 SECOND STREET O Q room down stairs. - . ll: S .JV 5 :A 11 I FRUITS VEGETABLES fg QX 1'-M--M-1 E Xxbx - ,g.:,g1- 57-5-gfff ONEIQV A f I ' fum Ill' ml as Z7 V ,, -'K A ... U ' I, - NE 34, gl e i g f 'll 'ff 'rr' A , ' ' fQpS' I lx I -me ,, "N ' . n I - l 1 - . , . , . . . Q v , . ' . au 1' ' 1' r u ec a i a 1' ll: X-41 ff The LIGHT SIX In appearance the New Studebaker LIC HT SIX 1S one of the hmd somest cars on the market Body lmes are conservatlve and ln good taste fenders radlators tlltmg wmdshxeld and the arrangement in deta1l of the seats all blend harmo mously and symmetrlcally Its light Welght low gasolme con LIITIDUOII and splendld quallty make lt one of the most CCOIIOHIICHI cars to own and operate AUIO SUPPLY and ENGINE COMPANY THE. NEW STUDEBAKER CARS Be t ful m Des gn Tho o guy Modem .M A n c Ny Rglat Amancan Fnrk 8a Hoa Cnmnany Twelve Factorles We make True Temper brand of Forks I-loes Rakes etc and Standard Garden Cultrvators They are all guaranteed to be perfect Qur new factory IS equal to the loest 1n the place to work summer and W1nter and at lngh pay Our pens1on system glves an 1ncome 1n old age and a bonus IS pa1d for cont1nuous good servlce American Fark 8a Hoa Company Fmt Nladlson Iowa I gf H country. and superior to many. lt is a fine r10X C01legef'e1b1'T,ED "ffl In Educat1on lf Anywhere THE BEST IS THE CI-IEAPEST The name of the college attests the value of the degree Knox IS recognized the country over as ln the FIRST RANK A strong f culty and the most modern equlpment msures efficl ent mstructlons The courses offered are varled and hlghly practlcal and at the same tlme mamtaln the hlghest standards of culture For catalogue and further mformatlon address Knox College, GALESBURG ILLINOIS TWO Good Places to Eat HERE ANU HUME Young's Cafe CQ. 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Her ideals are those cherished by the most famous colleges, I When 1n Fort M3d1SOH Have Our Car Call for Your Clothes to be Cleaned Pressed and Repalred Whlle You Walt Little Stan Cleanens BEST AND MOST UP TO DAThr PLACF IN THE CITY OPEN I-ROM 730 A M IO 830 P M SII-FFOS BROS Proprietor PHONE 553 M 815 SECOND STREET Modart Corsets Front Laced are posse desxgned They are de slgned to hung out the 1 ttent be tuty of form whlch 19 every woman s ID touch of smartness There as a style III a MODARI for every figure A trul httxng of the MODARI Cor set wlnch ts free by our Corsetxere wlll prove to vou thelr comfort and dxstlnctly smart style John Zen' 8: Co There s a teacher whose name ns Gxrret She has a smtle and knows how to wear nt She s 19s advnsor And there s none who IQ wnser And Im sure myone w1ll declare xt We ve 1 teacher whose name 19 Cannon Whom the puplls wnll never abandon She sxngs llke a l ark And knows well how to spuk Oh 1 most VSONDERFUL person IS Cmnon J M AUGE Flower Shop 710 Second Street 'I eleyhone S6 7 Q . . . ' 'K E . ' 1 S 1 " 2 2 ' - C I 'I . . . . , . . heritance, and to add every possible I ' I 'Q 6 ' . I Q 0 O I M X7 ffl? 5354 XP I 0 6' ud f' Cl , Qc: -MJT P' vxllzh HIM! would TU lffl T P 0 ATONTITCIL W I C Mmm D ,X f f! w I 'T 34 f v NH 52' I I Z!fQ.4f i s ff f im TAKE THAT UP WITH THE IIIISHIER A BANKING POSITION UIVES ANY YOUNL1 MAN OR WOMAN A H10 STANDING IN Tl-IE LOMMUNITY A MORI' LONCENIAL PLALI' CANNOT BE FOUND LAN YOU HOLD A POSITION IN A BANK' If you had the opportunlly to secure a pl ice IU a bank h ive you the quallfl Catxons to hold It Bankmg Busmess does not ddllllt of mxstakes Brown s Business College IS Called upon to ILITHISII more young men md women for the local banks than we can posslblv tram Browns Graduates are ln demand an every llne of busmess because thex meet the requlrements There ns no Surer Road to Success than a course mBusmess at Brown N BROWN S BUSINESS COLLEGE, W H I-IOWLAND Manager PC0113 IlI1I'lOlS L ' I X X 6 0? If I Tw D 'H "eff , I My f y, I . THQ I ll? was X P 7 71 W All Xl X fl , Savvy I QQ! y ,X '1Qffi?T115f ,f I :iii 1 lf 2' ffff, G il I f A ' 'H V of . V - 4, X - A "K, l '. I Z S F 1 -4X'.'. ' : Ellnrt ilIlIah15n11 High Svrhnnl 4Fn1t 4I'l1hu1uu 'lllllllil ?'- Pully Accledltel Slhool of the Stite Member of North Lenhdl Assocmtmon of Lolleges and Second ary SnhoolG Number of Te when fourteen 1 Clasmcal 2 Englxsh 3 Normal lrammg 4 C.,OIllIl18I'Cldl Spec: xl Departmeute Normal 'I rfunlnga Orgdmzfntlons Dram mc Domestm Scxenee Puhllc Spe akmg Drawlng MUSIC Athletlcs lunlmn S5 OO Per Month For furthu lI1lOI'Ill3.tlOI1 Call on OI Adclless JAMES W FISH Supt 'rl C C 5 i i - . Z , . - - ' 4 C 4 , A W' -.L ' Y Q. Mx , . ' ' l V l 'i ' l 4 ll . K, l ,1 ,M H ,,,,4,,, W f, W, , .Wg ,g.w,.YYf.-7ffj-ln el I ' 1 ' ' l S' 'z . X Offers Four Courses. aw. follows: ' ' " ' f, ' ' ' ' .. 2 ' . I b.N,.-q .,z.,v .Q k., .- ,. . . I - , - , ., . - .,f'. ',,..4 .,W- ,.,. 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SAARS BARBER SHOP 707 second street Four' Frrst Class Barbers WE SQLICII msn SCHOOL PAIRONAGE. Electrrc Harr Clrpper H N SAI-XR Proprretor llurhs Brothers Handle Manufacturers Orrgrnators md sole mfrnufict rrers of the genu ne elehrrtel l l1 tk Lurt s 1111 ile Por three generrtron eover n rroi wer venty e rt XL the c.,l1I'tl9lllI1dlClldS been known by te rler rn 1 users rs lem ll ur er wr trtenrent IQ not sufficrent proof rn rtself but rt IS la reke t 1 p l V th 1 tr mn of ill wh lllllll 1r wrth pro ll OUALITY TALKS llurhs Brothers Handle Manufacturers, The Latest Snnng llntl Summer Styles In Men s Made to Measure Clothrng Showrng a Vast Assortment ot Chorce Woolens Rrch Colorrngs Now on Drsplay for Your CI'1llCdl Inspectron Lmclsey Tarlormg Company 114 Market Street Fort Madrson low 9 U ,. . M . . . K U C U 0 " u 0 , I 'V 1 2 5 ' 2 1 , P kf i C f z t w re oz ' '1. lz L , I ' ' j 1 ' s. ' i g Il pe ' t oft f se - - igl I'-zrrs, 'I fz ' ta 'z r ."'Jztw'gfzssw-'rc' in quality and workmanship to any other handles on the market, This simple s 1 '- - ' -' 'J . ' 2" 1 1 1, e cornrne 111- tk 2 o are fz ' 'z ' Olll' w d ct. sg li I I . - - . . V r U 1 Q f I l I r Y 1 s I . . ya Llle welcome Small Deposltons lte Ameucan State Bank ha5 blllll a reputatlot tor takm care of small d oosltorb "Je welcome such customers, both 1 our Savxngb and Commexclal Bankmg Departments and want to do all IH our power to help them make prosress IU a hnanclal way Hmemean State Bank M K Vce Ple ttent lf l ILINSPANJER AQStQaSh1er H I KENNPDY Lzher R H WARDLE ASQtCiSl19I' Cor Second and P1116 Sts Fort Madlson Iowa CON 1 RACIORS Hlgh Grade Punts Oils and Var1115he5 Enamels lI1lCI'1OI' FIHISDCS D y Colors K3lSOH1ll1L Auto l"1ll1SllCS and P11nter5 Speclaltles BUIIDPRS HARDWARE GLASS, WINDOW SHADES ROOM AND PILIURI1 MOULDINGS Let Us GIVE You An Estlmate Or' Your Next .lob Ph ne 697 l M uquettt Bu lllllg Fort NldCllSOl1 Iowa 0 ' x ' g e- lv Q ' O. .H 4 , 0 i I 9 li, 'If c lilri. i ' sk ' Q. ' . ". ' . .. Y I , 'ss i ' . . . 2 i Uistrilmtors ot in K , l' ,. ,i Q V L. i , . . I g u I 1 0 -. -- 2 ' ' lt- Fort MBUISUII S Second Gf0Vllll HICKUW Anil UGK HHIIUIBS MEIN UOIlllll8IIG8 You too can place utmost confidence m these handles for you get correct desxgn hght wexght f h th BEST ll t het t e proper swxng e a a a prmce youll be more than wxlhng to pay Fort Madisons Are Made for Every Trade FURT MMJISUN HANDLE GUMPANY PORT MADISON IOWA There s a teacher whose J. Q name rs McDougal She IS known to be very frugal She s Scotch we declare and For she has red halr And can also make her eye google Furmshm g S QUALITY MERCHANDISE Whlch makes us ask What s nn a name He runs the school Wxth the Golden Rule Ani we should treat hmm the same LPERS Corner Second and P1ne Streets The Center for Women s Apparel from Amencas Foremost Des1gners I l For the MCH who BUY Fish. the Sup't.. has won great fame. l . A . . The Rnght Price Store Emspamen s Cash Gnocenv 613 Second Street Our groceries are the purest and best and are always BETTER for the same or the Same for LESS Make our store your dally markefmg place and tell your neighbors that Emspanjen s Sell It for Less DIAMONDS WATCHES Conrad J Heegn THE LATEST IN JEWELRY 2619 Santa Fe Ave Store Phone 379 M Res Phone 254 J Santa Fe Watch Inspector CLOCKS SILVERWARE o o Q Q , u O Q , 9 I SERVICE INTEGRITY Consult A T I. E E For Phone 36 QUALITY DEPENDABILITY Building Material MODER ELECTRIC SHOP 108 Plnf. Stmd Phone 441 X Wwe for Us and Well Wlre for You Wgvgateulmgrwllo s Mrs SL11WlI1l S11 s mm htx gooi fun of 111so t Cash Q l111UP1LiS6 11 lm ind te 1sL M ar-ket For we 1.11Wll111013Q11LILO1lOTtS FRESH AND SAII MEAIS V1lSS1JiWSk11 our conmmcruxl lL.1Cl A11 Kmds b11Qtxpf.w11tQs11kL 1 w1117 For she sulelx 1-lnowshu 13177 Xnd than s nong othu 1 Ill IFPHONIA NO 1107 SIHLONHJ SIRFEI I. 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