Fowler High School - Prairie Gold Yearbook (Fowler, IN)

 - Class of 1928

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" iBrai1fie Guin Volume E111 , lla 4 Q.".i S 5' V jfutnler Zlaigb ivnbnnl Jfuhaler, Zinhiana Page two PRAIRIE GOLD F O R E W O R D lhc Llzlss ut Z8 cal I'mx'lu1' llxgh Scluml takes 1JICZlhl11'C in I'C'IIl'XX'iIlg your Z1CilllZlil1UlllCC with 2111 nhl fricnfl -"I'1'z1i1'ie ilulrlf' In this volume wc- hzwc triccl tu present matters uf interest to mu' friemls and sclwulxmmzltes, whu lmx 1- lween of such zlssistzmcv to us, :ls wvll :ls tu p1'csc1'x'0 tlu- 171011821111 Illcnwrws nf mu high sclmul :lays fm' IIIIUIVK' ineclitrltiml. - Ifflittbl'-ill-f lhicf. 1928 PRAIRIE GOLD a Q -M ' Q04-Q'-',', 4-0,4 4 ,.'.,'42.,-'Q 'Q 9445994-pgggygq Oeocooevoecoeeeeeeoera 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 5 5 2 2 2 2 5 2 5 5 5 5 5 S 5 2 2 5 2 5 5 2 2 2 2 2 5 ,----,, ,,--,,,g g, .--,---,--,,,-,,-.,,- F Q 2: 'Q 21 fi :- G 272 A : Q.. E :- Q 57? who have been so insfrumenfal in mak- ing ihis book a possibilily, we lovingly dedicate Ibis eighlh volume of "Prairie Gold. H v-sI928 2 Page three L--Q. . . . ,ME 52,31 ,ma gg is afffevmwi 'Q 325:55 ,L . 3, I 112:59 2 ' LK2mf1.fw. - . 455942 ,. QA ,yi 1 ,I 34 if .4 si. ., ig Q 'Q 15' w FACULTY PRAIRIE GOLD C. W. STEELE, Principal LEO GUNNELS, Trustee M. F. O'REAR, County Supt IWW l 9 2 8 Hryf' six PRAIRIE GOLD I928 F A C U L T Y M. VORIS L. SMITH Indiana State Normal, Terre Haute, lnnl. Assistant Principal. English MISS MARGARET SEWELL Purdue University Inmliana State Normal, Muncie, Ind. Colorado State Normal, Greeley, Colo. Latin and History MRS. HAZEL EBERHARDT Purdue University Indiana University State Normal, Muncie, Intl. Commercial MISS HELEN HENDERSON Purdue University Home Economics M ISS I-IELICN GUDDARD Purrlue University Mathematics Page sem n PRAIRIE GOLD Page eight 1928 FACULTY MR. RALPH EDWARDS Incliana State Normal, Terre Haute Science. Athletic Coach. MRS. V. L. HUNTER Indiana State Normal, Terre Haute Music M RS. FRED GAY Indiana State Normal, Muncie, Ind. Madame Blaker's Purdue Seventh Grade MISS MARGARET McNOUN Central Normal College, Danville, Im Eighth Grade MISS HARRIET VAN NATTA Purdue University Bible PRAIRIE GOLD FACULTY POEM XX'hen you feel you're a Senior So wise and sedate, XYith your nose slightly up And a strut in your gaitg just stop for a moment And ask what you got. lloxv large would you be XYithout those who taught? You sure know your Civics And how wise you do feel- Don't forget you're indebted To a Principal-Steele: You rare about Latin! -.-X wonderful tool. Nou' remember your Sponsor The teacher named Sewell. You feel that "Hamlet" Nklas only a myth lust the same you learned some-th . .. , 1 . 1 And who taught it ?-'Twas Smith, XYhen you leave here for business And in life get your start, Don't forget where you got itg .lust recall-liberhardt. The teacher named Goddard- She sure knows her stuff Vlfhen it comes to Mathematics, VVell, I've said enough. VYhen you're sitting at dinner And are dressed in your best Remember Miss Henderson Along with the rest. l928 ng. Page nine Page ten PRAIRIE GOLD -Xml the-11 think of Hunter XX'he11 you list' to Z1 smig, .Xml place her 111 111c1m11'y XYitl1 the others zllmmgi 'l'h0 Lkmcli was Calle-al l':ilXX'Ill'4lS, Xml, lest ymi t'111'g'et, l'll I'0ll1lllfl yuu uf Science, 'l'l1c deepest thing yet! Xml mm' y1111'x'L' left high schiml lfm' yuui' joiiriivy ll1l'l1l1Q'l1 lifc. liC'l12ll'Cfl hy these tcaclicrs 'lb m'e1'c0111c strife. 1 when yu11'1'e cum'0itecl XYith the lsimwleclgv yc111'vc' Q'Illllt'llQ You owe it tu su111c1111C lfm' the hciglits y1111'x'c zittniiicfl. Yllnl 1928 cic- ll. I l:1111i S S PRAIRIE Page twelve l l I92 GOLD SENICRS DONALD GRIFFIN "Greater men than I have lived lmut I doulmt it." Assistant Business Manager of "Prairie Gold"g Class President 4g Vice- President 23 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g "Love Pirates of Hawaii: Oratory l, 2, 3, 43 High School Discussion League 43 Or- chestra lg "When a Feller Needs a Friend." RI"I'H SANDS 'KA worker fast and true, who com- pletes the work required to do." l'ine H. S. 13 Photo Editor of 'Trairie Gold." HAROLD VANDICRIPE K'No Saint perhaps but, well the very Imest of chaps." Athletic Editor of "Prairie G0ld"g Class Treasurer 33 Class Vice-President 4g Athletic Board Member 2g Glee Club 35 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 4. MINNIE NIINN "A sweet Southern girl, With a smile and a curl." Lincoln Memorial I-I. Harrogate, Tenn., lg Pine H. S. 2: Snapshot Editor of "Prairie Gold"g Glee Club 3, 45 "Love Pirates of Hawaii"g Declamation 3, 45 Bible 45 "When a Feller Needs a Friend." 8 PRAIRIE GOLD 1928 SENIORS SARA PFLE EG ER "Her heart is like a moon-it has a man in it." Circulation Manager of "Prairie G0ld"' Class Secretary 25 Class Vice-President 35 Glee Club 1, 8, 45 Bible 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 "Love Pirates of Hawaii"5 Latin Club 1, 25 Constitutional Essay Contest 45 "When a Feller Needs a Friend." y 'l RALPH SHONKWILER "Something between a help and a hindrance." Raub H. S. 1, 25 Basketball 35 Orches- tra Q, -1. MARTHA SAMPSON "Don't Worry me with men." Assistant Literary Editor of "Prairie Gold"5 Bible 1, 45 Latin Club 1, 25 Girls' Sewing Club 1, 2, 3, 4. KEITH SMITH "Behold the sheik, in studies never weak." Joke Editor of "Prairie Gold"5 Class Secretary 15 Bible 1, 2. Page thirteen Page fourteen PRAIRIE GOLD S E N l 0 R S IDA THORN BROUGH "Her friends they are manyg her Foes has she any?" Calendar Editor of "Prairie Gold"g Class Treasurer 1g Glee Club 2, 3, 4g "Love Pirates of Hawaiing Bible 2, 33 lbeclumation 1, 2, 3g Latin Club 1. 23 Basketball 45 Tennis 2, 3, 4: 'tWhen a Feller Needs 21 Friend." EUGENE CRABB "Well versed in the art of win- ning' fair maidens' hearts." Art Editor of 'tprairie Gold"3 Class President 2: Latin Club 1, 2g "When a Feller Needs a Friend." M A RG A R ET SH EETZ "Gaze into her eyes and you'll see a little angel, Gaze a little longer and you'll see a. little imp." Pine H. S. 1, 2, 33 Society Editor of t'Prairie Gol1l"g Class Secretary 45 Glee Club 43 "Love Pirates of Hawaiiug Bar Association Contestg Declamation 4. LEWIS HOFFINE 'tWhat has night to do with sleep?" Alumni Editor of "Praiiie Gold"3 Member of Athletic Board 43 Glec Club 3. -1: Oratory 1, 2, 3, 43 Basketball 43 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Bible 1, 35 "Mail Order Brides": Circulating' Manager of 'tlirairie Maroonfi 1928 PRAIRIE GOLD S E N I O R S CLARENCE HAGENBUCH "A promising' young' man, if he only keeps his promise." Glee Club 33 Oratory 15 Track 1: Base- ball 2: Basketball 23 Typing Team 3, 43 Bible 1,' 35 Circulating Manager of of Athletic Board 1, 2. IONE SWAN "To know her is to love her." Editor-in-Chief of "Prairie Gold": Class President 33 Class Treasurer 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 "Love Pirates of Ha- waii": Bible 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Decla- mation 1, 2, 33 Tennis 2, 3, 43 "When a Feller Needs a Friend." .IA M ICS DITMAS "ICxtral Extra! Jimmy gradu- ales!" Sacred Heart Academy 1, 2: Ada vertisingi Manager of "Prairie Gold"g Glee Club 33 Oratory 3, 4: Baseball 45 Basketball 3. MARTHA SWOPE "The Preferred Blonde." Literary Editor of "Prairie Gold"3 Class President 13 Class Secretary 33 "Prairie Maroon" Reporter: Latin Club 1, 2: Latin Contests 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3. 45 "Love Pirates of Hawaii"g Bas- ketball 4: Tennis 2, 3, 43 Bible 1, 2. l 9 2 8 Page fl'ffCC7I Business Manager of t'Prairie Gold"g "Prairie Maroon"9,0rchestra 19 Member Page sixteen PRAIRIE GOLD sEN1oRs JEANNETTE HALL "A lass as polite and sweet as you would care to meet." Assistant Snap Shot Editor of "Prairie Gold"g Glee Club 1, 2, 39 Latin Club 15 Girls' Sewing' Club. 23 S3 Sl STELLA BEIRD "By her sunny disposition she has won the friendship of all she has met." Assistant Calendar Editor of "Prairie Gold", Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Orchestra 1. 25 "Love Pirates of Hawaii", Bible 4. RUTH WORLEY "Variety is the spice of life: here is one variety, a girl who is quiet." West Lebanon H. S. 1, 23 Oxford H. S. 3g Assistant Society Editor of "Prairie Gold." EEE EL' MARGARET COLESCOTT "Happy am I and from care I'm free Why can't they all be contented like me?" Assistant Circulation Editor of "Prairie Golml"3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 43 Latin Club 1. l 9 2 8 . "Love Pirates of Hawaii", Bible 2, 3, PRAIRIE GOLD S E N I O R S MYRTLE-ALICE ELLSWORTH "Smiling she comes-Giggling' she goes." Assistant Editor-in-Chief of "Prairie G01fV': Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 "Love Pirates of Hawaii"g Declamation 2, 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Orchestra 23 "When a Feller Needs a Friend." HA LCIE B. HAMILTON "A brave, dignified blonde, who is as lovable as she is fair to look upon." Boswell H. S. 2, 33 Assistant Circula- tion Editor of "Prairie Gold"g Glee Club 4: "Love Pirates of Hawaii." OAKLEY McCLAIN "His ways are quiet, but friendly." Boswell H. S. 1. 25 Assistant Joke Editor of "Prairie Golfing Bible 3, 45 i'When a Feller Needs a Friend." AGNES HANSON "Just being happy is a fine thing." Goocllaml High School 1, 2, 35 Assist- ant Photo Editor of "Prairie Golcl"g Or- chestra 4. I 9 2 8 Page seventeen PRAIRIE GOLD Page eighteen SENIORS H FIRM AN FORSHEY X "Curst be the man who invented work." Glee Club 2, 3, 4g Orchestrug Oratory 3, 43 "When a Feller Needs a F1'lEIlll.H EVERETT PENICK "Slow, but sure." 2, 33 Baieball 1, 2, 3g Track 1, 2, 3. l l l l928 Bible 25 Glee Club 1, 23 Basketball 1. PRAIRIE GOLD SENIOR CLASS Vresiflent ,..... ...., Vice-I'resiclent , , Sccretary .,,,,,.,,S,.. Donalrl Griffin llarolrl Yancleripc Margaret Shectz Treasurer S,.,..I..A.......I.,......4...,... ,......,.. I one Swan Member of Athletic Boarrl ,,,w SA,w.,,.4,,,AIIw, I ,Qwis Hoffine Flowers-'l'ea Rose Colors-Blue and Silver Motto-1011 and on" 'I' 'I' 'I' "PRAIRIE GOLD" STAFF Ifclitol'-in-Lfllief ..,.,.,,.,,,,...,,,..,,,,....,,,........ ,,..Y,,.... I one Y. Swan Assistant liclitor-in-Chief ,.,..,. .,.. lN Iyrtle-A. Ellsworth Business Manager ..,.A.w.t,,,w.,t, .A,, t...t C l arcnce Hagenbuch Assistant Business Manager t,,,, ...,,,...,. l Donald Griffin I.ltCI'Zll'j' Editor ,,... ,t,..t.,tY,,.,.,t, ,,.....,,,. IX f 'lartha Swopc Assistant Literary liclitor ..,.. Martha Sampson Athletic Ifclitor t.,tAt ,, ,,...,.t, ...,. I larolfl Vancleripe Assistant Athletic liclitor .,,A,, ..t,, H erman Forshey Art Ifclitor ...,,,,.,.,.tt..,,,,.,,,,,.. .,i.,,, t,,... , , , .,...... Eugene Crabb Circulation lfclitor .,..,.,.,, .t,tt....tt,,.,....,.....i,.,...,,....,.,., S ara Pfleeger Ass't. Circulation Iiclitors ,,.. lflalcie Hamilton, Margaret Colescoitt Advertising Iiclitor ,,,..,,ww.tt.,,..,t.,Y,..,..,,.,,tw..Y...,,,,,..., . James Dumas Assistant Aclvertising Iiclitor .t.,. Ralph Shonkwiler falcnrlar Iiclitor .t,,..t.,.,,t,,,,...,,..., ...t,. l cla Thornlmrough Assistant Calenclar Iiclitor .,,, ,,,,,,.,,. S tella Beird 'Ioke Iiclitor .,St.......t...,.,,,...i,.w. . t,.,.. Keith Smith Assistant bloke Iiclitor ..,, ,.., I Uakley McClain Society Editor ....t,,,.i,.,..,.,. ,,,, R Iargaret Shectz Assistant Society liclitor ,,,. t........, I Qnth NYorley ,Xlnmni liflitor ,..,. , ....,,.,,,, Y,.. I .ewis K. Hoffine .Xssistant .Xlnnini liclitor ,.t. livcrett Penick Snapshot Ifclitor ,,,.,,,,,.,,...,..i. .,,,. A Iillllie Nunn Assistant Snapshot liclitor ..,. ...., h leannette Hall Photo liclitor ..,...,,,.,,t...t,,...,., ....... I Quth Sands Assistant 'Photo Editor I928 Agnes Hanson Page nineteen Page twenty PRAIRIE GOLD CLASS HISTORY Out of Natures sacred household To the temple of high learning Came the class of twenty-eight. Brave in spirit, dauntless courage, We will reign with supreme power. Master Education.-Bind her Close within each cranial wall. She will serve us, be our slave. Out of life's most hard-fought battles Wfe appear with Yictory's laurcls' Conquerors to rule the years. 'Twas not always quite so easy For before us looms the memory Of our Freshman days at school, XX'hen we struggled with new subjects English, Latin, Algebra, Yainly battered 'gainst the thickness Of our shock-resisting skulls. Next before our vision passes-4 Memory of our first school party. Then before us came the contest Came the dreaded l.atin contest Finally conquered by "Mart" Swope. Next to greet our untrained eyesight Came the l.iterary contest. And we sent out to the conquest lone Swan, our worthy speaker. Then a monster loomed before us, 'Txvas the fear of those exams. After striking down these demons XVe emerged as Soph-o-mores, There we struggled unabated. Conquered the unconquerable Caesar XYith the help of Martha Swopc. Solved the mystery. Mathematics. Struggled over lfnglish themes. ln the field of our athletics XYe were fully represented Hy l,cn, llenick, Cy. and Yan'ripe. Then our citizen, lone Swan. Took State honors with her flag creed. Swift this school term soon was ended And we bade farewell the fortress XYhere we worked with tireless effort. To the church-house then retreated To begin our ,lunior lessons, 1928 PRAIRIE GOLD VVhich we did with high ambitions, Sometimes losing, sometimes gaining-- llut we never ccased to grow. XX'hile as salesmen roved the building Selling candy to the students For the huge event to followw The reception and the prom. During all this great excitement lintered we to our new fortress XX'hiCh stood waiting for our presence. Overcoming all obstacles, XYe came forth triumphantly. Next with dignity of Seniors, XX'ith a Senior's super-knowledge, And a manner unsurpassing, XYQ strode onward toward our goal. Many honors did we gain 'l'hrough the greatness of our classmates XYl1o to fame are well acquainted. Then there were our officers, Bravely took up they their burdens Proving they were able workers. Pitfalls did we oft encounter Hut before us there stood ready :Xll our teachers great and learned VVho with ready understanding Helped us everytime they could. VYe had orators in onr midst here: Margaret Sheetz and Donald Griffin. And one with the pen was able, Sara Pfleeger through great skill Sent an essay to the State. Then we tried ourselves as Actors and brought forth the Senior play Soon our high school journey's ended. And we go forth to the world Keeping in our minds before us Our last motto, "On and On." -l-lalcie li. llamilton. -Martha A. Sampson. l928 Page twenty-one PRAIRIE 001.0 CLASS PRGPHECY .11 The morning of july 1, l948 dawned bright and clear, which we con- sidered a good omen, for at 7:52 we, Sara Pfleeger and Lewis Hoffine. were to start on our epoch-making trans-oceanic hike from New York City t0 Liverpool, England. The result of this hike would prove to the naval offi- cials the advisability of equipping the sailors of our merchant marinelwith the new hiking' ensembles for ocean-going pedestrians. This suit was de- signed by a dear old classmate of ours, a l923 graduate of Fowler High School. Oakley Mcflain. XX e accidentally ran across him, and found him in the depths of despair, for he had not the capital to prove his invention a success. lf his invention was successful, his fortune would be made. XYe came to his rescue, and after our hike was finished, the three of us were to share equally in the profits. That beautiful july morning crowds of people came to bid us a fair adieu. Among these we met several old classmates. The Mayor of New York City was there and proved to be none other than our dear friend, Ralph Shonk- wiler. His wife, formerly, Miss Agnes Hanson, was with him. Mr. Donald Griffin, who was one of the caretakers of the Statue of Liberty, tearfull, but proudly said good-bye to us. We were very surprised to meet these old friends, but the greatest surprise was yet to come, for about ten minutes before we were entirely ready. Miss Martha Sampson appeared. She was easily the most beautifully dressed lady present and she carried her pampered Pekingese dog which she called "Pretty." As we stood chatting to her a moment she asked if we had seen Miss Martha Swope, who was the leading lady in "Angel Face," the famous musical comedy which had been playing in New York for one hundred nights. Martha's stage name is 'Maybclle Flowers." XVe were sorry to have missed seeing our now famous classmate, but we assured Miss Sampson that we had met Miss Margaret Colcscott in Buffalo, and she was famous, too, as she was the leading prima donna of the season. .-Nh! The time was nearing. ln the distance a ship's bell chimed, and we realized that it was 7:45 as Miss Stella Beird. the well-known reporter of a New York newspaper syndicate. rushed up for a last-minute interview. We had refused all other reporters, but, of course, we consented to a few words with our old classmate. It was 7:52ll and as we stepped fearlessly into the briny deep three rousing cheers arose, for the crowd realized as well as we that our fates were in the hands of Neptune. l 9 2 8 Page twenty-two PRAIRIE GOLD XXX' hiked for daysibut-Oh, well. it would be useless to bore our readers with a detailed account of that long. dreary journey. XVe arrived at England safely and waded triumphantly to the shore where great crowds thronged to meet ns. and an official committee welcomed us as the heroes of the hour. This committee consisted of the American Ambassador, who was our classmate, Herman lforshey, and three distinguished English noble- men. The next day we were to be presented to several royal houses in lingland. We met many nobles. lords, and dukes. Imagine our surprise but also happiness when we met l.ady l.anshire. formerly Miss Jeanette Hall of F. H. S.. class of '28 She was very hospitable and took us to see her daughter. who was attending an exclusive girls' school near London. She had chosen this school especially because our old classmate. Myrtle- .Xlice lillsworth, was superintendent. Alas! Myrtle-Alice's name was still lXliss lXlyrtle-.Xlice Ellsworth, and there seemed to be no reason that it would ever be changed. We received a cablegram from Oakley telling us that our fortune was made. Therefore we decided to make a short trip to Europe. We went to Paris and discovered another of our classmates, Miss Minnie Nunn. She was a prominent lawyer in Paris, being graduated from Michigan Univer- sity, and from the best co-educational law school in France. Minnie, of course. had mastered the French language, but if the occasion demanded. she still had the command of some very forceful words of the English language. In Yenice we had a wonderful time and had the pleasure of riding in a beautiful gondola owned by Smith and Company. Mr. Smith. we learned, was Mr. Keith Smith. His business was very prosperous. and was copied from the Yellow Taxicab Company of .Xmerica. Mr. Smith invited us to dinner one evening, and we fell in love with his lovely home immediately. .-Xmong some of his beautiful collections we noticed a lovely picture. which he told us had been painted by Miss lda Thornbrougb. Vee were de- lighted to hear that Miss Thornbrough was now one of the best-known liuropean artists. We finally decided that we should return to dear old U. S. A., so we made plans for our departure, making' reservations on the famous successor of the l.eviathan. XYe had been on the steamer a day, before we met the captain, who proved to be Mr. Harold Yanderipe. His shipmate was Eugene Crabb. who, you remember, was Harold's pal in the good old school days. They were each divorced because they had absolutely refused to take their wives along on their journeys. One day we accidently recognized a fel- low passenger as lylr. blames Dumas. XYe hardly knew him. for .lim had a Yan Dyke beard and a small mustache. XYhen questioned about these he confided to us that he was thought to be the "desperate jim" that was l 9 2 8 Page thirty-three PRAIRIE GOLD being hunted all over the world. and that the whiskers were a disguise. lle declared he was not guilty and said that he had just heard from Miss lone Swan, who was now an evangelist in lioston, Massachusetts. She had sent him word that she had solved the mystery and it was now safe for him to return home. This was indeed a noble deed of Miss Swan's and jim felt that he could never quite repay her. XX'e were greeted with great respect and honor when we arrived on native soil again at lioston, but a new discovery had already overshadowed our heroic deed. All the newspapers were full of the facts about this won- derful feat. Mr. Clarence Hagenbuch, of Chicago, formerly of Fowler, Indiana, and a l9ZS graduate of F. H. S., had personally talked to another person on the Moon planet. He and his secretary, Miss Halcie llamilton, were beseiged with letters. congratulations and offers. Mr. llagenbucli has done a great deal of research work in Astronomy and Science. but he at- tributes all of his success to his thorough knowledge of Physics which he received in F. ll. S. XYhile in Chicago l decided to purchase some new gowns and so went to the most exclusive shop tfor remember, l was now very wealthyl in Chi- cago. The and Miss of retiring as they had XYhile going to a upon investigation he She told him that her when she felt like it. of our old class of '28, waiting for tent show. mannequins who displayed the clothes were Miss Ruth Sands Ruth XYorley. They were tired of the work and were thinking made all the money they wanted. me, Lewis decided to idle the leisure time he had by He noticed that the music was unusually good and found that Miss Margaret Sheetz was the pianist. husband owned the show and that she played only He told her of our meetings with various members and she enjoyed listening to the account very much. On our way to the bus station we met another classmate of '28, Mr. liver- ett l'enick, who said that he had recently held a position as tester in one of the largest mattress factories in the Middle lVest, but had been dis- charged the week previous for loafing on the job. XYe regretted this verv much, of course, but we i him about our meetings had to hurry to catch our bus and so could not tell with our other classmates. where we paid tribute to our dear old Alma Mater. our respective homes for a brief respite before we XYe went to Fowler From here we went to started on an extensive the members of that glorious class of V128 of Fowler High School. lecture tour. Tlins ends the story of the careers of -Sara Pfleeger. -Lewis Hoffine. l 9 2 8 Page twenty-four NAME Stella Beird ..,....,.. " Margaret Cole- scott ....,............. Eugene Crabb .... James Dumas .... Myrtle A. Ellsworth ..,..... Herman For- is PRAIRIE GOLD l-IOROSCOPE KNOWN AS Jay V ,.,......,,.,,, . Mardie" ..,,,,,,,,,. "Nick" .. Jim" ...... "Allie" .. u H U U lc Shey .............. Forshey" ,,,,,,, Halcie I-lamilton"Playmate" ...,,,.. Agnes Hanson ,,,, "Peggy" ,,,,,,A..,,,,, Donald Griffin ."Don" ..,. ...... Clarence Hag- enbuch ........,,,,,, "Cac" ,,,. ,,,,Y,,, Jeannette Hall ,,"Jackie" Lewis K, Hof- xx if flne ,...,.,. .,,,...... ' 'Lewy" ,,,,.,,,,,,,,., Oakley McClain 'Minnie Nunn .,,. ' Everett Penick Sara Pfleeger .,.. Martha Samp- son ..,.,,,,,,,,.44,,,,. Ruth Sands Margaret Sheetz ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ralph Shonk- wller ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,i. Keith Smith ..,... . lone V. Swan ,... Martha Swope .... I' Ida Thornbrough' l-larolml Van- deripe .,.,.,.,.... J' Ruth W orley ...... " H at "Oak' .. 'Ninnimumu ...., " HEVY! 'Sadie" . ,,,. Ruthie" Peg" ..,r Pete" .,.. rr Bud .,..,..,..., ,,..,, ' ' Swanee" .....,,,,,.. Mart" ,, 'Lke" ..,.. Van" ,.,, Betty" ...,. HA Sampy" .........,.. H Ar H EXHAUST "Search me" . U 37 In a minute Hey" ..r....,,.,.,,,,,, "Hot dog" .Y,....... Oh! Gosh" .,,..... Well-er-u-" You and me both" ,.r..,,...,,,.,, Me too" ..,..,,,.,,.,, AW, shut up" "Do tell" ,,,,,,r,r,,, "Don't ask me" Now lissen" ....,. , H Curses" ,,,,,,,,,,,, You don't say" W- ............ HOBBY Being good ..,,,.. Talking' to Mr. Smith ,....,....... Drawing ,.,,.,i.,.. Mussing Peg's hair .............,,, Smiling ....,.,r.,,.,,,, Sleeping in school Writing poetry ,A Talking to Don Courting fairer SEX .... .i...,. ,.... . . Packing cement on 6th street . Looking in mirrors ............ Boarding out ..,. Silence ....,.,.l,,,,,,, Chasing dogs .,,, Taking care of geese ...........,.,.. 'I tell you what U let's do" ,,,,,,,,,,, Reducmg --,,---,---- "All boys are dumb" ,.,.........., Most anything ,,,. "Oh! Gee" ......,...., Quietness ,.r,,,,,,,,. "Do you love me?" ...,............ Setting you down "Hold every- th1ng" ,.,,,,,,.,,,,, Shure" ,,,,,,,,4,,,,,.4 "Make it Snappy" .-----..... . Heck: yes" ' 1 Well' ....,i,,,,,,,,,,,, Won't be long Going to Swan- ington ,,,,,,,,,,,,, Talking ,,,,...,.,.,,,,. Eating mints Falling ,,,,, ,,,,,.,, Slnglng ..,. ,,,,,l,,, , HOW" ,,.,..v...... ...Inventing ,,,,,..,,. ., Oh! Well" ....,,, Studying ,4,w,,,,,,,,,. 1928 AMBITION Be a hotel- keeper Get a man Become an artist Look like Lon Chaney Be an old maid Own a store Be the wife in a pumpkin shell Jazz orchestra leader Become a sheik Be a good boy Be a woman of the house Get a rest Get better grades March through Georgia Go duck hunting Be a missionary Be President's private secretary Be a movie star Be a great hurd-le jumper Be a flying Romeo Be a hero Find some ex- tra time Be noted Join grand opera Be a second Galileo Be married Page twenty-five PRAIRIE com C L ASS W I L L Xte, the Senior Class of the lligh School of liowler of the County of llenton, and the State of lndiana, being indisputably of sound and disposing mind, and about to pass out of existence, do make, publish and declare this to be our last will and testament, hereby revoking any and all former wills by ns at any time heretofore made. l, liugene Crabbe, bestow my most honorable lil title of class tailor- made man to liugene Baxter: and to lim Hob Price l leave my lost "Sheba" -may he take good care of herl l, l.ewis Hoffine, do hereby bequeath my talkative nature to lirmal Taulman, may he use it to a better advantage than l have: also l leave to him all my old razor blades and discarded razors, hoping that they give him better service than my appearance at most times would indicate that they had given me. l, Harold Yanderipe, will to Russel lleadlee. for the portion of his life which he will pass in high school the correct solution to every problem in Klgebra, -Geometry, Trigonometry. and Physics with the privilege of re- ferring to any and all of them? as freely as the need arises, so as not to tax his brain by thinking up excuses, las in the pastl for not having said solutions. l, Sara Pfleeger. for once in a serious state of mind, do bequeath to Nellie lilessing my gift of gab: and to Margaret Mount my ability to write essays and to gain popularity. l, Nlyrtle-Alice lillsworth, do bequeath my ability to look "hard-boiled" to hleanette Comleyg and to listher Scott leave my dimples--may they con- quer alll l, Clarence llagenbuch, do hereby bequeath to Solon Holes my long- established record as an annoying talker and pest in all my classes, with the sincere belief that he will uphold if not improve upon it, l, Ruth Sands, do hereby bequeath to l.orene Chenoweth the honor of being allotted a whole locker all to myself: and to l,orene Xtashburn l leave my ability to acquire a ring upon the third finger of my left hand. l, Martha Sampson, do bequeath all my beliefs, ideas and theories about all men to losephine Hall, also my speed as a typist in order that she may make another hit with rival students. l, Martha Swope. do leave to Glenn Rielnnire all the 98's and lO0's that are on the face of the earth. or the garrets above the earth, or the cellars l 9 2 8 Page twenty-six PRAIRIE GOLD under the earth, to be used freely in designing his six-weeks' report that it may be pleasing in his own sight and in the sight of teachers and parents. I, Margaret Sheetz, do hereby give. devise. and bequeath to Esther Robbins the secret of my permanent wave, with the stipulation that she use it carefully. I, Iiverett Penick, do bequeath to Leonard Edwards many afternoons of leisure whether present or absent from classes in Fowler I-ligh. NYe, Harold Yanderipe and Ralph Shonkwiler, do bequeath our musical talents to any budding virtuosos among the succeeding classes. Z5 25 I, Ruth XN'orley, leave my retiring, quiet. unobtrusive and modest char- acter to Irene Burroughs. I. Oakley McClain, do will to blames R. Price one perfectly good second- hand can opener to be used in case he can't open the doors of his Ford some day. I, Donald Griffin, do bestow my popularity with the weaker but most willing sex to john Sampson that he may win the smiles of each new gi1'l1 also my ability as an orator. I, Jeannette Hall. feeling generous and big-hearted, also sympathetic for the victim, do hereby bequeath all my blushes and self-consciousness to jeanette Comley, as I feel that she can make profitable use of them. I, Halcie Hamilton, do leave my haircut to Bessie XX'illiams that she may use or misuse it as she desires. I, lone Y. Swan. do hereby bequeath my studious nature which has kept me up into the wee small hours of the night writing English compositions: and also my extensive popularity to Agnes XYindler. May she be as suc- cessful as I have been. I, Ida Thornbrough, do bequeath my ability to write a calendar to Gladys Irlenriott, so she can keep her dates straight: and my singing ability I leave to I.ela Pratt, one of those foolish Freshmen. I, james Dumas, desire to present my misunderstood feet to Melvin Cox: also my curls. which I so dislike, and which would improve his auburn hair extensively. l, Minnie Nunn, do will to Jeanette Gilbert my ability to take notes fon lecturesl and my long list of jokes: also all my popularity with the opposite sex. I, Keith Smith, do will to Stanley Culbertson my unusual liking for Domestic Science products and my ability to acquire them without being caught. I 9 2 8 Page twenty-seven PRAIRIE GOLD I, Margaret Colescott do will to Margaret Mount my ability to capture and retain one, and one man only. I, Ilernian Forshey, do give my luck with "dice," and my ability to graduate before I am old enough to vote to Russell Headlee, "Tuff" Ford or "L'yclone" Kota. I, Agnes Hanson, make a special request to the class of '29. I wish to have all the gum l have chewed while in Fowler High collected from under all the seats and tables and molded into a memorial trophy. I, Stella lieird, do will and bequeath my ability to take down short- hand notes, to any .lunior who may be foolish enough to want to take the course. All the rest, residue and remainder of our estate, real, personal and mixed. we give, devise and bequeath unto the unclerclassinen of Fowler High School. Signed, sealed, declared and published by the Senior flass of '2S. XYitnesses: liugene Crabb Veggie Sheetz Harold Yanderipe shlyrtle-Alice Ifllsworth To Youth Fair days of youth, we grieve to see You steal away so soon: As now we have not had our fun: Oh! give us one more moon. XVait, wait. Until a later date llas COITIC And we will laugh and play: And. after tiring in this way XYill go with age along. And yet, we cannot stay, say you? Wie Can't forever play? XXX- too must. as the flowers do, Grow old and meet decay, XVe go As time's young minutes go, Away. And dwell in memory Of happy days in school we spent .lust playmates. you and I. -Halcie li. Ilamilton '23 I 9 2 8 Page twenty-eight PRAIRIE GOLD Average Girl's Struggle Through Physics Average girl was on her last lap bf the big race for Secondary liduca- tion. From the very first it had been a struggle and a very hard one, too, but at the end of each lap she had come out with flying colors. Once she had stumbled, during the third lap, when she ran up against a huge obstacle in the path, the Hindrance of Geometry, but she had tackled it from the very bottom and with slow, careful work finally succeeded in overcoming it. Consequently she had reached the fourth lap, she had put up a pretty good showing in the race and had a fine chance to win her fourth lap as she had the others. She started with four obstacles in view, three of which she found to be conquerable with a reasonable amount of struggling, but alas, her fourth obstacle was almost unsurpassable-the liottomless Pit of Physics, As she came to the brink of this terrible black liottomless Pit she was terribly tempted to back away from it and seek some other path for somewhere from the depths of the Pit she heard faint moanings and crys for help from some Average Girl acquaintances of hers who had attempted to cross the Pit-but had fallen into the depths of it with no possible hope of recovery. Hut then she looked ahead of her and there she saw in the distance three happy and triumphant Average Girls who had found a strong wire, the XVire of Hard Work. strung across the Pit, and on this VVire of Hard XYork they had swung themselves slowly, inch by inch. Average Girl noticed that the wire was a very long one and had many sharp points along its way, and again that weakening of hers to turn back and seek an easier route to the Goal of the fourth lap, came back. But as there were some other Average Girls, some Brilliant Boys, and Average Boys starting to cross, she shook off this feeling and with a grim determination started to climb down the banks of the Pit in order to grab hold of the NVire of Hard XYork and start off. However, just as she did this, two strange men, Doubt and XYorry, came up to her and addressing her said, "Average Girl, do not try to cross the liottomless Pit of Physics. You will never be able to reach the other side for you do not have the ability to do so. lt is a very difficult task and you will only fail miserably in any attempt that you make. Come back." For one second Average Girl hesitated, and then thinking of that glor- ious Goal that she was headed for and the good start she would have on her next race for Higher Education by being able to overcome this diffi- culty, she dropped down off of the brink of the Pit and reaching hold of the NYire with trembling hands, followed the group. For a while the XYire of Hard XYork seemed comparatively smooth and she slipped along very nicely keeping up quite well with the rest of the group: but alasl this did not last l 9 2 8 Page twenty-nine PRAIRIE GOLD long for few feet ahead of her she saw a cruel sharp point-I'hysics I,abora- tory. The Average Boys and Brilliant Boys passed the obstacle most easily and ridiculed Average Girl's attempts to do so, until it was almost unbear- able for her. Ilowever, with the aid Qher friends, Determination and XYill Power, she got by this point aiixckagain swung along the path, somewhat wearily. The path along the XX'ire of Ilard VVork from then on was a very steep incline and very slowly and cautiously she climbed up. She struggled onward, nevertheless, and was just about ready to swing over the top and climb on to the other side of the Pit. when one of her hands struck another very, very sharp point-her last obstacle-Final Iixaminations. This was an exceedingly bad obstacle, and a most difficult one to get over, but Average Girl was accustomed to rough places now and knew better how to overcome them by this time. liecause of her honest endeavor and determination she was able to get over it, and climbed on to the other side of the Rottomless Pit of Physics. Looking ahead she saw not more than two feet ahead of her the Cioal of her Secondary Learning, and with a joyous exclamation she bounded past it, realizing' her race was won. -Martha Swope 'I' 'I' 'I' JUNIGR-SENIGR DINNER AND DANCE The junior-Senior Reception was held Friday evening. April 27th, at b:5O o'clock at the school house in honor of the Seniors of '28, The dining room looked lovely, the individual tables being attractively decorated with flowers, nut-cups. place cards, and little favors. .-Xt the end of the first course. tilenn Richmire, president of the junior class of '29, gave a welcome speech to the Seniors. Donald liriffin, presi- dent of the Senior class, answered this speech by a short talk addressed to the juniors. The juniors' Class Prophecy and the Senior Will were read after the second course, and both were very clever pieces of work. The dinner was followed by a semi-formal dance in the gymnasium. The music was furnished by the Freeborg orchestra of Kankakee. The gym- nasium was wonderfully decorated like a japanese tea garden. The only lights were huge japanese lanterns and the effect was perfectly beautiful. Punch was served by ten girls dressed in japanese costumes and later on in the evening, whistles, hats, balloons and serpentine paper were passed around. Everyone has agreed that this year's Junior class gave the loveliest dinner and dance that has ever been given and we. the Senior class of 1928, wish to express our appreciation for their efforts. I 9 2 8 Page thirty PRAIRIE GOLD -WI-IAT IS A GGGD CITIZEN? T, .-X citizen legally, is a person who owes allegiance to the government and who is entitled to protection from it. A good citizen is one who does his best at all times to make his community, state, and nation a better place in which to live, not only for the present generation but for future genera- tions. ln order to do this, man has established certain fundamental insti- tutions and has accepted certain modes of activity. Among these institu- tions are government, school, church, and the homef Civilization dawned when men learned to live together peaceably and orderly under the jurisdiction of government and law. lt is the duty of every citizen to uphold and promote the principles set forth in government and law. That democracy represents the highest form of political organiza- tion which maintains a rule of law. promoting the "life, liberty, and pill'- suit of happiness" for men, is believed by every good citizen. People either profit or suffer from government, it depends upon the individual's atti- tude. The responsibility imposed in a self-governing community stimulates intiativc and ambition. A good citizen accepts his responsibilties loyally and in return receives all the joys. protections, and rights that a good government offers by guaranteeing to him liberty to worship as he pleases. the privilege to speak his thoughts freely. and to live his life without arbi- trary restrictions. ' 4 .X good citizen not only obeys law and authority but also respects them. No government can endure without obedience to law and this obedi- ence must be secured at any cost. But a citizen's respect for law is deeper than obedience to law. It implies his attitude of mind which comprehends the full significance of law and the relation of himself and other individuals to law. IX good citizen acknowledges also ar responsibility to observe a law in good faith whether he approves or not. Respect for law must be taught to the .-'Xmerican people until it becomes a national virtue. This should be an aim of every good citizen. lf this can be accomplished, the success of the experiment which the founders of our nation, began and which the builders have "thus far so nobly advanced" will be assured. XYith the realization that the measure of success of the popular sov- ereignty was dependent upon popular intelligence, our forefathers estab- lished the great .Xmerican system of public education. They held that op- portunity was thc birthright of every xkmerican citizen. This belief is held to be true not only by the leaders of America but by the promoters of all the civilized. learned countries of the world today. Various nations through public schools are trying hard to make good citizens. They have found this task a very difficult one and have come to realize that it cannot be accomplished by brilliancy and genius alone, for modern citizenship has gone far beyond the Constitution and the dictionary. 'l'herefore, the educa- tion of a good citizen should be broad, and far-reaching into a general un- l 9 2 8 Page thirty-one I D PRAIRIE GOLD derstanding and knowledge of our government, churches, economic condi- tions, and other problems of the world. lle realizes the great cost at which Christianity has been taught, and appreciating the value of it, is not willing to let the church deteriorate. A good citizen is in sympathy with the work of the church. He tnies to help restore humanity to the plane of human brotherhood. He upholds the church regardless of denomination or creed. I-leunderstands that every person has a right to think as he pleases along these lines. 'l'he home is the basis of the state as well as of the church. .X good citizen should work to help the coming generations to acquire a sense of obligation to observe the rights and the comforts of others. Such a sense of obligation and willingness to help the coming generations should be de- veloped in the home. A good citizen tries to co-operate and make home life attractiveg he does his best to help finance the home: and lastly, he fosters the idea of the sacredness of the home. A good citizen is an economic citizen. llc-should understand modern economic conditions involving division of labor, evolution of industry, social problems and wealth and poverty. ltle is a self-supporting economic unit and a contributor, not a debtor, to social welfare. Ile always strives to make the world more beautiful andlhappy by help- ing the growth and progress of all Natura-'s beauties, such as trees, birds, and flowers. Furthermore. a good citizen mossesses a rational. altruistic smirit, and . 1 . . h I I . - I o I willing to give, in accordance with his ability, to organized charity. A good citizen has many admirable traits. 'He has substantial qualites of character and soul. No one qualty is enough. First of all is honesty-- nsing the word in its broadest significance. Next are decency, clean living abroad and at home. and fair dealing. He refrains from gossip and has an optimistic spirit. Ile must have patriotism and courageg courage to with- stand the wrong and to fight aggressively and vigorously for the right. XYith honesty and courage must go common sense, ability to co-operate. and willingness to work and serve his country. In fact, a good citizen is a social citizen, a fair-minded citizen, Z1 religious citizen, a family citi- zen, a cultured citizen, and a thinking citizen. .X person who lives in accordance with the foregoing principles and truths, and who inspires his fellow countrymen to do so, is making life better not only for himself, but for the whole world, and. unquestionably is a good citizen. -Sara Pfleeger. I 9 2 8 Page thirty-two PRAIRIE GOLD 1928 Page th iffy-th PRAIRIE GOLD 1928 JUNHQYQS PRAHUE GOLD First Row, left to right-"Mike," Miss Goddard, "Jiggs," "Joe," "Doc." Second Row-"Shorty," "Jim Bob," Nellie, AKHOl'S9f00t,1, 'AIzzy," "Gins," Esthei Third Row-"Earmuel," "Jack," f'Parson," "Chen," "Bus," Bessie, "Halcie," Agnes "Len Leslie Lou." JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS l'rcsicll-nt ,s ,,,,,. A ,,s,,.......,l..., .s ,,,..ww Glenn lliclnnirc Nice-l'resiclcnl ,.,,, Y..,, Q lznncfs Rulmcrt l'ricc Secretary .,,.....,,,.,.w. lilenilicr uf .-Xtlilctic lim 1611511111 ,,,,,,,,..,,,...........,.,.,,,,,, ward YY,, Llass ltclitmn ..,,.... , ,.....,.,,... , Cul: irsf lilnc :incl liulcl v Muttn-Yuri can liilgeiie Baxter Nellie Blessing Solon lhiles Lurcne Clivmmwclli lcxinette C'nniley lilclvin Cox Stanley Llnllmertsnn 1.Cfl1lZ1l'll liclwarrls .losepliiiw llzill Russel llencllce Page thirty-six l.urenc CllCllUXYClll Russel Heacllcc ,, liugene Baxter , .lC'2lllCttC Cmnley l"luWCl'- Uillllmlil t "put it UYL'1'H lui' Plllllllg' it off. ROLL 1232 8 Margaret lllnnnt tlanies Robert Price Glenn Riclnnire listlicr Roliliins .lohn Smnpson lirmal Tanlman Lorene XYIlSllllll!'ll Bessie XYilli:nns Agnes lYinrller listlier Scott PRAIRIE GOLD PROPHECY GF CLASS GF '28 In l950 while traveling over a beautiful metropolis in my sport model airplane with both helicopters whirling, I was stopped by one of the feminine air policewomen whom l recognized as "Peg" Hanson, a member of the Class of 1028. Stopping a while to chat with her 1 inquired about one .lames Dumas. another of the class, who, while in high school had been very fond of his dainty feet. She told me that he was manager of the lileuor Kennels of Fowler which town l was above. Deciding' to stop and see nlames, 1 turned on my tractor motors and dropped down, alighting on the private landing field at the Kennels. Xkhile chatting with blames he told me that Clarence Hagenbuch, a former classmate, was managing the Misfits, champion basketball players of Atkinson. lieing thus started on the subject of classmates, ,lim informed me that llarold Yanderipe was the basketball coach at Purdue University and that in his spare time he played the drums in a Salvation Army band. Ralph Shonkwiler, who was at present a telegraph operator at llarcc, had married llalcie Hamilton and after a few years of happy married life he was left broken-hearted as Halcie had run away with a traveling sales- man. lOh! these treacherous blondesl. 'lames asked me to stay and attend the new Airo Theater with him that evening. .-X hometown girl and boy, Sara Pfleeger and Keith Smith, were starring in "The Yampire's Revengef' l also learned that Lewis Kenyon lloffine was airplane announcer at the International Air Line Field in New York. XYith great pride James pointed out to me the headlines in the latest issue of the llenton Review which stated that Martha Sampson had now gained great renown as the world's fastest typist, making 275 words a minute. Further examination of the paper revealed that Minnie Nunn, famous lion tamer of Ringling Brothers' Circus, was recovering from serious injuries received during a daring performance with her lions. Resuming his story, lim told me that Oakley llfcflain was a noted Senator, famous for his great oratorical ability. l 9 2 8 Page thirty-seven PRAIRIE GOLD Myrtle-Alice Ellsworth having received a refusal on February 29, 1936, became a mannequin in Madame Stella l.e lleird's Paris Salon. Ida Thornbrough and Margaret Sheetz had established a correspondence school for beauty culture in San Diego, California. james had also heard that Martha Swope. who was a bachelor maid, was teaching' Physics in Covington lligh School and wondering how the old folks are at home. lone Swan who started her literary career as editor-in chief of the l9ZH "Prairie Gold," was in Nome, Alaska. writing editorials for cooler seal skin coats for Fskimos. Ruth XX'orley had married a millionaire who made his money selling l.alin ponies. He lost all his money and now Ruth was head accountant in Herman Forshey's Slioppe-"Snappie Clothes for Fnappier Men." Ruth Sands was an organist in Mexico City where her wonderful music had done much to calm the savage Revolutionists. blames also informed me that -leannette Hall was the star chorus girl in Ziegfcld's Follies-twe wonder about her agel. Eugene Crabbe had studied art CU in Paris and now he ranks above the famous Howard Chandler Christy who lived during' l'icne's high school days. Margaret Colescott fnow Mrs. D. Budreaul and husband were running a delicatessen shop on First street in Lafayette. which is a great way to display their thirteen children. At this l bade blames good-bye and journeyed on to Chicago. l dropped into a wine shop for a coca cola and to my great surprise l found liverett Penick head man. He told me that 'lack Griffin, a former classmate, was serving a term of 90 years in the penitentiary for robbing the cradle. which occupation he had learned in his Senior year of high school. Jeanette Comley, Glenn Richmire. liugene Baxter. -Class of '29, ' l 9 2 8 Page thirty-eight xr, ffl I X -1Q- - A- XX X x -ffrf ' vm ., I mg? Q ' 'L h nf 9 ISN cf g 5 w I' N Q JFS, Q , N 4 IWV' V X RA PRAIRIE GOLD First Row, left to right-"Toots," "Jerry," "Fuzzy," "Ce," "Lee," Maw C111 "Tuffie." "Rene.'f "Cut-up." Second Row-"Jes," 'Cea1," 'Lucyf' '1F1far1," "Bah," 1'Cookie," WZ Q' Third RfJWfMl'. Smith, "Ruthie," "Rabbits," "FIoidie," "Rakie," "Bill," CVLIOIIQ "Jack II," "Half Pint." SOPHOMORE CLASS 0 UECI OFFICERS 1'1'1-s111c111 , ..Y... . ,,,,, , . .1C!lll0111' 111111111 5c1'1'c1111'y .e,,,ee,,,e .. ,, , ,e,. 11.111111 1,1111g'111x 'I'1'e11s111'e1' ,,..,, , , ,, 11111-1111 1.11 1,1211 1X11g'IU17Cl' 111' ,N11111'11c 111121111 ,,Y,,, 11611116111 K1111' 11 1'111ss 1f1111111' ,77,,...,,,,,, ,, , , ,,,.,.... ,,,,. , X1x1.111 1'111c IPI1IXYCI' I:11I4g"Qt'IIIQ'II11t 1'111111'sf1'111'1111' 'l1l11 1111111 N1111t11-"lic Nv1III1'SCII.U ROLL K1-11111-111 h11l1'1I1l' 1'z11XX'?l1'11 1'iII1'l' 1511111 1:11111 116111116 1 11121 11c1'11111 IC. IxI11III' XY111ys XvZl1l11CI'1PC 111121111 1111k1's11'11w 1111111 XY111I2Il11S 1111115' 11'11111e1'1s1'111 15111111111 111111' Page forty XI2II'f' 171111y 15111111 1111e1'g'1'r -1css1e 1'1e11 R1111111y 1'c1'e11:1 1.11 111111110 111111161112 1'i1111e1'1 1.11c111e 31111115 1,111'1I2l S1111t1l 11111121 1.lJllg'I11'Y '1'11 11-1'1 121111 1 12. 1'1JS11'I' Il 111l1'I'1l 111 X 110.1111 1.11c111 C I'I'Z1I11LS1X 1-111 1 0111111 111111 Z11111 1511115' 1111 11111 ff' C 1111 S. 121111 X 11.1111111111 110110 Xl. 1111r1'1111g11s 1211111ys 11011111 I928 1.111'11111 11111' 55 111 1 F- PRAIRIE GOLD First Row, left to rig'htE"Kathe1'eeny," "C0zad," "Peel-a-mth," "Deak." "J0yanne," "Curly," 'Totf' Second Row-"Zola," "Alex," "Dottie," "Sam," 4'Bill," "Fat," "Betty," '4Sheik," Miss Henderson. Third Row-"Micl." "P. A.," 4'Little Carrie," "Ray," "Maybe," 'LBean:s," "Hazy Jane," lone. C'la1'aluelle. FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS l'resi4lc-nt , ,, , ,, , fi!ll'I'lC ,Xnn lieclilev X'ice-l'refimlent , lluris lillllllt'lS SOL'l'L'l.2l1'j' ,,,, , ,, liZllllL'l'lllL' Price ,lll'L'ZlSlll'l'l' , , linger lflilclrum' Llziss lfalitur ,,,,, ., , lily l,mx'1mm lXlCllllK'l' ul' Xllllelic l-hizml , , , . ,,,, , ,, black lluyle l:llJlYL'l'fliHSC Chlm' -SllX'0I'fg'l'1lf' :mil Ruse Klntiuf-"li :ls ll K :mil Hi" ROLL fA1ll'l'lC .Xnn lleeliley fil2ll'2llll'llL' lxl'lt'l'SHll Yelmzi S1lllil0l'S lime lll'ICl'5Ull Klilmlrerl llellriutt .luck lliiyle l,c'I:l l'1':11l Russel Sxxmpe Nlzilxel Slimip Ruger lluflrmx' .llmzi llarlqel' fllexzmclei' Vislier llzlzel lleilclersmx Kluis lfisliel' lluris iimmels Rziyinfmrl llzill Kzlllierilie Price ,'Xrlri:m flillveri Zllllil lA'IlllllL'lll'I' filZll'l'llCC Qlixml l.:lu1':x Miller flint fnxzul -lily -l.UXYlllUll Curl Hillel' l 9 2 8 Page forfy-one PRAIRIE GOLD First Row, left to 1'igl'it-Mary, Mabel, "Louie.'l Second Row-4'Sam," "Lizzie," "Bob," "Ruthie," i"Johnny," Velma, "Art," 'Cakkles Third Row-"Boy," "Glad," "Pretzel," "Slim,'l "Jakk," "Rufus," "Polly," Miss lVlLNoun l J l If Fourth Row-"Kelly," l'Pest," "Bill," Van," "Hal," " ai Bird," "Gene," " 111 E l G H T l-l G R A D E OFFICERS llresiclciit ,,,.l,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,,, ,, ,,,.,..,,. ,,.... l ilzulys Cox SCCl'L'lZ1I'Y-'ll1'L'ZlSlll'i'I' ,,,.. ,i.,. l .urcne Vlizi flziss liflitm' ,,,,,,,,, ,, ,,,, ,, ,, lflizzilvetli lim' N Klcmlwci' of ,Xlliletlc liuzml ,,,, . .,,. ,..... .luliii lxffiiigwc l"lmx'c1'-Sxwet llC1l K.1ll4ll'S7l'il11C ziml Silxu lNluttu-"lluwiiig'. nuff 1l1'iftiiig"' ROLL gleam Yun Nzittzi Ruth Kiscr licliizi Rwlmlwins Klzilwl liUXX'IllZl.ll Yclmzi liUl'l'UllQl1Q , l,m'cnQ C lizivis llzmilfl Clmyei' lime Klvliraitli Ruth Daily 'lfrcirlzi 'Vziulmzui .luck Rvrikcs iilmlys fox lilizzilmc-tli llzivicq Jxfllllll' Slivlinm Pugr' forty-fwo l928 llurntliy Slicppzirrl llomiis llngle 'lulm l.elfing'wcll liugmie Xlliitc- llCl'l'y lllmzirlcs lX'lyI'U11 llziii' Ruby lfurr Orville lfislici' lYillnrfl Slicppnrml illulmcrl Stunt Frzuiz llcrgci' Mary fi!11'l'lHlt lilizzilmctli llosciilnargc, PRAIRIE GOLD First Row. left to right-"Les," "Red," "Shrimp," "Bon," Second Row-A'Peg'," "Possum," "Rosie," "Ken," "Joe," "Fat,'l "Essex" 'I'hi1'il How-"Goofie," "Elly," g'G1'andpa," "Tilly," "Pip," "Bean Soup," 'Luis I"nin'th Row-A"Max," "Ray," "Lou," Lloyd, "Bobby," "Ed," 'AMagg'ie," 'Mrs Pie-cl Gm SEVENTH GRADE OFFICERS Ili-csiflcin ,.i. ,i,,, ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,., .,,, N I :ivy Bl. .Iolinw Yicc-Ilrcsiclent ,,,., , , ...,,,,. Ifclgzii' ii. -Iunw Sm-iwLan-5'-'liezisiirw' ,,,, , ,, Vrzincis Ii. .Xtkinwn Class Iiiliun' ,,,, , ,.,, ,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, .,,,,,. I ' c Ili un M4-nilwr uf Xthlc-tic Iluzirrl ,...,, ,,,.,,, ,,,,,.., ,,,,,,, . X 1 'cicn XL I'IIUXYL'l'f'fiIillillillllIll folcirs -fiiulrl :incl Silxcl Klnltu-,Nail ending, inst beginning. ROLL ihzirlcs IC. llalrlwin .Xrilcn Yczil lizirl I. I.lrllQ'Ill'y I litiun Iistlicr Ulonkins Ili-,g.g.F. Imnisc IqllSCllIlZIl'g'0'I' Mary NI. blohnsmi NI2II'g'Zll'l'I c'I'ZlXYI-UNI l.illi:in Ycltcr Iiilwzml .X. Vintl' Kziyiiimnl Nuln' Iirlgzn' li. -Innes Ii0l'll21l'CI llolsciioi' l928 .-Xlice I,:i Vlzintc Ifrzincis If. ,Ntkinsmm I.lo-wi Iiuseiilwzligci' NI111'-iul'iC XI'4rl'ICy Ilzirry II, Pippin limiitn I,. Xlliitc X'irg'ini:1 Sznnpsfni llclcn Vuuk Iflsie Ilrilcs Iiziri XYillimns Ruth C'ullmei'tsmi 'IYIICIINZI Iicisciilmzilgci Page folly fh1ec PRAIRIE GOLD fo 1928 Q a EE PL 0- V7 Q 1 epgoa 65 ALUMNH PRAIRIE GOLD C ALUMNI Otto Clayton ,AA,.. D. lt. 1X1ElYl1y ,,Y,, ,.,,,,, Otto Stevenson .,.A, ,.,,, George Seney ......A,A,A Grace Roberts-Zies 7o,o.wv,,, Laura Sheetz Mc Knight Lilian Brown-Crouch ..A..,A,wt .lennie Sheetz Richey ,.,,.. . Nellie Richmire Page ...,,,A Ethel liastlmurn lfhares ..tl., Fra Yan :Xuker Ackman .. Richard Mcliinncy Bert YYooclhurn .,Y,,A. Arthur Richey ...A..,i.. Wallace Snyder ,Y,.,,,.. . Lucy Calloway lflall .,,,,, Carl lXflcCaslin ....wV..,,w. , Fred Longvvell .....,,,. Gertrude llelton ,.,,. Louis Snyder 1889 Spokane, X'Vashington 1890 Physician, Fowler, Indiana Civil Service. Longheach. California Deceased , Greencastle, lndiana 1891 Fowler, Indiana Washington State Kankakee, 1ll. New York, N. Y. Deceased liellet. Illinois 1892 Lawyer, XYashington. D. Li. College President, North Dakota Philippine lslands Deceased .. Fowler, lndiana Stull 1XlCl11Ul'1Zll, South Bend, lnd. Deceased Deceased 1894 Louise .lohnson .............. .. ..........,.... ..... L 'ran'I'ordsx'ille. lnd. Byrd R1Cl1l111l'6 XYiley ,. .....,.... ...... K 'harleston. XY. Ya. Hannah Anderson Shoup ............. .................. I Towler, lnd. Laura Merrich Fields ..........,...,....,.................................... Deceased Lee Johnson ..................... , ..,......... Bowser Co., Fort XYayne, lnd. Mahlc l'hares Truhy .... ,,.... 4 Z2 XY. 57th St., New York, N. Y. Pearl Richey ...,.,,,. ,,,,,, ,...,,.....,,..,..,.,...,,....,... X X lashington, D. C. 1895 Maynard Dague .,..... ,,.. F ruit grower. XYashington State Edward Johnson ...... ........ .................................. C J tterhein. lnfl. Edna YVells Carr ....v............. ,.....,.. ....,.. S a n Francisco. Calif. Mable XYoorlhuru liughee .......................... Deceased George Gaylord ..,........,.... ............ l iowler, Ind. Nellie XYiley .......................... ..... N ew York, N. Y. Della Snyder Richey .............. . ....... Cliicago, lll. tlertrucle Hitze Dougherty .... ................. B Tontana May Sheetz Hagenhuch .... ........ ..,.. l l untington. lnd. Aclah Taylor Clover ...... ....... . ..f ..... .......... A Xttica, Intl. 1896 Milton Mendenhall .... ................. ................ R I ississippi Homer Lawsoll .,,... ......... ...,.. l 1 1CllZ111Zlp0liS, iillll. Frank Nevitt ..... Page forty-six Fowler, lnd. 1928 PRAIRIE GOLD Roland C. Richey .v.. ,,,. . Kankakee, lll. Harland li. .'Xnderson . ,,,, .,AA..,. , .. Deceased lilsie Taylor Baker .,.,.,,.. .7,,. ..,.,AA ..... . A X ttica, lnd. 1897 Carrie Gaylord liarce ,,.,. ,,,.,,,.....,..,.A, ....,,.,..... l 7 owler. Ind. Mary Hawkins Loomis ,.,.,,.w..... ,..,, L Thicago, Illinois Homer XX'oodlnurn ,,.Y.w,.,.. ....,,,A.., L folfax, lnd. Lola Siddons Mitchell XX'arren Smith .....,,.i,,,..,.. ......,,iw,..,.,,l..w...,,.,.............i,,,... l 'eru, lnd. George liughee ,...,.....w .v,i,...,..,.7..,,,i,.,.i,...,....,....,.. C ioodland, lnd. Glenn Hampton ......,,..,w Helen Hays Pfleeger ..r, liarl liiclimire .Y,.,....,. ...A Paul lXleCaslin ,,,,.,,,. Frank S. Phares ..,...,,,,. Homer Swope ,..,....... ..,,,.,. limnia llawkins Keer . Lula XX'estinan Gaylord XX'illiam lXlcKnight ,,w..,.rl.,,, -lO7o College Aye., Indianapolis, Ind. 018 XXiilson lrllyd., Misliawaka, Ind. Daytona Beach, Florida lndianapolis, Ind, lndianapolis, lnd. Deceased Minneapolis. Minn. Fowler, lnd. Boswell, lnd. Stella llupies .,e..,..,...,...w,.. e.v.. X Xaukegan, lll. Laura Snyder Sheetz ,,,,,, ..,..,. F owler, lnd. Lilly Gwilliams ......,.. .,....,......... , , ..., Fowler, lnd, 1898 lXlary llarnard Swope ,Ar.e,,eee,..,...,..............,........,.. Fowler, Indiana Leon Hampton .... Farmer of experimental station, Farmland, lnd. George Gray .,,.........,,....,..,,.......,,...,.,......,,.,...,.,..,,,, ,.,,.,,,,.... l 7eceased Clodia johnson Carl Lennox ,,,. -llZ XX'. 39th St.. lndianapolis, Ind. Champaign, lll. john iXlolin .......,........,.,,..,.,,,,. ,. .. ,,,.., Chicago. lll. Mary Robinson Grenier Fred Clayton 1899 Frank XX'illis .... , ,..,,.... Civil Service, Glendale, Calif. Harry L. Tolin .. .. ................,....... XX'ashington State Sara O. jones .,.i.,,........,....,,... ..,....,,,.. l Cmporia, Kan. lllanche Callaway ................... ........... F owler, lndiana Bernice llierce XX'edgeu'ood ..... ..,,.. ' l'rent, South Dakota George Fleming' ......i,..., Laura Melianna ,....,..,,, Adda Foster ,ludy ........ .fXlta Harrington Gralun Freeland Park. lnd. ,. ...,..,..,.........,,. Deceased lroquois, lllinois i ......,........... ..i,, l luntington, Indiana .fXnna lXlorrison Hampton ...,....,,..i.,,., .,,. l farmland. Indiana 1900 Mary Doyle George Barnard Arnold Sleeper ,,.......,........... ,.,, ..,,., l 3 eceased .Xdah Holman Silyerwood X'ioletta Ridlen .........,,,.,,.,,,,. .,..,,.......... L 'olorado Lillian Carr ...,..........,... Nettie Gray Dolhee ..... Clarence Cox .......,.i. Chalmers. lnd. Union City, Mich. Deceased I 9 2 8 Page forty-seven PRAIRIE GOLD Iiclwin Lenox . ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,, , , George Xvhipple Iiridige Ilanrahan Mcliwen ,,,.,,,.A ,,... 1901 lfharnpaign, Ill. Lafayctte, Ind. I' rank Hampton ,,Y,,.,.,,,. , ,7,A,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,A,, A4A,,,,, I J eeegwed Nliillard Dinwiddie .,,...A.... YY,,A ,,,, .,.,,,,v L ' l iicago, Illinois Ilaizcy Crabb Iiverman ..,,. A,A.w,,,,A,A YA,,,,, i les, Mich, lfffie Smith ..A,.,,,.....,,,,,..,,,,.,.,,.. San Diego, California Iithel XYl1itc Lee ..,.......,...,.......... .,,,, N unda, New York Mabel XYilliams Tcinpleton ..,..,.,,., ,,,...,....,,,,, L 'hicago, lll, Jennie Uaniels Hempstead ....,,,,..,,.,.., . San Francisco, Calif, 1902 Yernie Swope ,,,r..,,,,.... ,....Y........,.,Y,.,,,....,....,,,, I iowler, Indiana Maime Callaway .................. .,...,,1,,,,1,,,,,.l..vYY...,,v,,1,.,.,v ..,,,.. I I eceascd john Ilarce ,,...............,.., ,..w.v . .. 5244 XY. Madison St., Chicago, Ill. Bessie johnson Robertson i.....,.i.....................i...,..,.V..., Ambia, Incl. Don Smith ...,...............,..,...,,,.,. 621 S. 19th St., Corvillias, Oregon Burke XYalker ....,i,,.... ,.....................ii,...,.,.V........i Ii 'owler, Ind. Harold XVoodburn ......... ....... 2 230 Brookston, Norwood, Qhio NVilliam Dague ,,,Y....,..,..... ........,...,..,,i,,.,.......... X Yashington State Grace Ferry Sampson ........,..i........,.,,.............,..,.,..... Fowler, Ind. Irene johnson ,i,.,ii,,,,Y..,.......i. 412 XY. 39th St., Indianapolis, Ind. joe Gray .....,...,,,i ........v,..,.,......,...,,,,.....,..,,,...,. L 'anton, Ill. 1903 Ifthel Anderson ,,Yv.i Mary Bond Thomas Carlyle Lizzie Cfray ,,,,,......,,,,.,,,, Bell Hoss Glotzbach .,o,,, Ilarry Kirtly .,......,......... Laura Perkins Mary Smith Stucker ....... Mary Hoss Mount ......, Edgar .lones ...t.i.i....t..,.,,.,,,,....4 ,YYY.........,i.......,. Iidith Mohr Milnes .............,..,,,,........,.,.,,,,.i. Fowler, Indiana Chicago, Illinois Union City, Michigan Chicago, Illinois Indianapolis, Ind. Fowler, Ind. Fort XVorth, Texas Fowler. Indiana Monticello, Ind. Debbie Nelson Kanavan .... 270 XY. 2nd St., Salt I.ake City, Utah Orpha Ridlin I S I ' I crnice fmith XX'oodburn ...,, .. 223f, Iirookston, Norwood, Ohio Lorene Van Natta Cherrington, 2109 Robinwood Ave., Toledo. O. Plnllip Qyr ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,i,,,,,,.t,,,.t.it,,......,.,,..,,,,......,,t,.... Lafayette, Intl. 1904 Ruth Barnard Clark ,,.,..,....,.,..,,,..,...... Kate Blackwell Mcfalfrey cc,,cc,,... . Richard Blackwell ..,..........,Y Fowler, Ind. Hartford Citv, Ind. Fort Yiiayne, Indiana Paul Carr .,..,t...............,.. c,.i,,,.,c. I .afayette. Ind. Roland Craw .......,....,,..,,,,. .......,,,,.... 0 Xforfl, Intl. Adelaide Darby Evans ..... ..... I iemington, Ind. Blanche Duffy XYhite Michael Duffy .,...............,...............................o.......... Fowler. Indiana Oscar Fields ,......,..,..................... 045 XYashington St.. Gary. Ind. Nellie Hampton Barnard l 9 2 8 Page forty-eight PRAIRIE GOLD Katie llardinian Cfllrian ..,., ,,,,,,,.,..,...., .., ,,.AA.,,,. B I ilford, Ill. liva l.ol1dell Delzell l':l11I1IIl. Martin livans .,.... ,.,,,,,.. Sl-l N. llth St.. Lafayette, Ind. Goldie Norine ..,............. l-151 Central Arc., Indianapolis, Ind. Nona Smith ..Y, , A ... ,, ,, ,, ,.....,.,.....,w .,,........... I 1 idianapolis, I11d. l.ouise Stnder Bllillfllll ....,,.. , ...........,,,..1..,... . ....,1.,,,,,,.,, Deceascd Daisy Corrier ......,....,,vw..,1w,.. ..11..,,,.,...,....1.. 1,...,1 I i ankakee, Illinois lXIal1el Yost liassalmauin 1,,,,1,.,,,..... 2109 Montclari, Detroit, Mich. 1905 Maude .'Xnderso11 Crawford .1,,,,1,.,.., ,,,,1 . ,, Fowler, IIIC1. Yerna Cox llupies ...,.....,,,..,........,,..,.. .. XYaukegan, lll. Iiertrnde Harrington Hntcliison .........V....,......1..,.,...,.,,.. California lfrnest Hawkins ,,,,,.,,..,....,,.,,.,,,.1,,,,......,, ,.,.....,,.,..,.,..,,,. 1 fowler, Ind. Ralph Nelson .....,........,,.,w,.YY............. Purdue, NVest Lafayette, Ind. .lesse Roth ,,.,...,,.YY.,t...,...,.. ,..t.....,.,....,..,.......... I iankakee. lll. Klyra Chestnut ...,..,..,,t,.,,....,tY..11,.1... ..t,. l iarksdale, Mississippi Myrtle Ilecclnnan 11.1111211118 ....,Y,,,,,t.,1,.........,,. Ralston, XYyon1i11g 1906 john Cox .,v.,,.. .,,..,,,. 7 153 Parnell Ave., Chicago. lll. Xvillifllll lloss ,,..,,,,..,.. .....,,,,,..,1,.........,...........,... 1 fowler, Ind. 11111121111 Alones .,,,...........,..,.,,..,. .............,............ I imporia, Kansas Laura XYarner Duffy .,..,,......,,,,,,,.,..........,.1,,.,..,,,,.1,,........ Deceased Iinnna Lockliart Greenwood ...,...,.,,,.,,........,............., Oxford, Ind. Roy INIcDaniels ..,,,....,,,...,,11.,... 190 S. Chandler St., Iilniliurst, lll. May Yaste .,.............,... .......,.................................. F ort NVayne, I11d. X lVlZ1l'l Starz Pape ..... ..,........,.... . .. 1907 .Xnna Ilardnnan ...,. ..,....... Delia Yoakunl Fowler, Ind. Fowler, Ind. Iinnna Smith ........... .. .1.. Chicago. Ill. linnna Carr .....,.........., ..... I irookston. Ind. limnia XX'indler Yatcs ..... .............,,.......... l iarl Park, Incl. Alice Roth Mciiuire ....... .... ..,......................... F 1 nrler, Ind. Ida .lohnson Biggs ........... ..... 2 -103 IN'Ionroe St., Gary, Ind. .Xlice Laliue Pyle ...,....,..... .......,........v.....,....,. F owler, Ind. lXlargarette Hoss llower ..... .......... C hicago, lll. gxftlllll' llupies .....,..,. .,,........ ....,, X X aukegan, Ill. .'X11drew Smith ........................ ,...,............ T Deceased Clara Courtwright O'Neil ...,... -loc blieetz .....,................,.1...............,..., ..,....... 1908 Oscar Anderson ,... . ..... ..... ..,......................,............... , . XYicl1ita, Kansas Fowler. Ind. Dunkirk, Ind. Merrick Barnard. Care XYri,gfl1t Motor Co., .................v,....,.. .. Center St., I.1tt rlilllllllllii Bon d Iiarnest Carson ......... le Rock Arkansas Deceased Frank Childress .,.......,.. .....,..... Fowler. Ind. Charles Ilennelberger ...... ,....1.................,..... D eceased Roy I,ank ,...,...,............ ........ ...... I . os Angeles, California I-Ionier Lockliart ..................... .....,........... F owler, Indiana lidna XYoodburn Smith ....... .... ........ X X Iabasli, Illil. XValter Yoclieni .....,...........,. l928 .. Goodland, Ind. Page forty-nine PRAIRIE GOLD 1909 Olive Gable Davies ...w.... 7716 St. l.awrence Ave., Chicago, Ill. Rexford Meyers ,.,..... . Grace Poole ,,.,,..,,,,,,,, Xkalter l'enick ,..,Y,,,,,.,, .Dora Larson Gorman Paul Roush ..,............,Av,,. Margaret Crabbe .,.,........... Ruth Roby McConnel Fowler, lnd. Deceased Salt Lake City, Utah XVadena. Ind. Brownsville, Texas Fowler, Ind. Fowler, Ind. Oleva Berger ....................., ,..v,,, S eattle, Washington Frank McGuire ............. ...a.e,........ E lmhurst. Ill. Minnie Yocheni ....,i, .......,,. ...,.........., F 4 uwler, Ind. Herman Click .Y..YY, .......,,...,,,,r ..... I 1 idianapolis, 111d. 1910 Ifvalyn Brown Tullis reee ...,..........,...........v,...r.,,.,i I .afayette, lnd. Alta Nelson Sentz ..... ,,,,, 2 99 llartrani Road, Riverside. Ill. Lydia XYashburn .,....,,,i., ....v.w....,..,,.v.,,.,.,v..,....,.... K ioodland, Ind. Maud Miller Maeton .,...... .,.......,.....,.,.....,...ii 1 ndianapolis. Ind. Minnie Hoss .,,............ ...,r r.,,. C l iicago, Ill. Mary Tubbs Grogan ...................,.......... ee,,....reei F owler, Ind. Margaret Smith Heaton ...r.,....,.........,.i.,,..,...,.,...,.,r.... Fowler, Ind. Thomas Iimbleton ....................v,,,.....i..,,.......,.,.,.....,.... Fowler, Ind. 1.ela Colescott Vifallace .,...,,, 5927 N. Kenneth Ave., Chicago, Ill. Frankie Harrington Anderson ,,,,..,...vw....,.,.....rr,r.... Dunkirk, Ind. 1911 I.ola Mount ....... .A,...,.............,,..,..,,,,....,.....,,......., I fowler. Ind. Lois Anderson ...... ....,,,. l 29 li. Market St., Indianapolis, Ind. Frank Bower ,..,,.,........,,ii......,...............,.,..............,.,..... Fowler, Ind. Raphael Dwyer .......,.,,.,r,,,,,,,i,. A..,,..,,.,.,..,,.,...,.,..,,.,.,.,,... I Xmbia, Ind, Janette Duffy Messman ..... .....,.,..,...,,t Joliet, Ill. Agnes Hague ,,,,.....,.......it,.,.....,,,,......,.,,,,.........,............,.. Chicago, Ill. Pearl Martin Lockhart ...t.,.,.,..i,,,..........,..,.,,,,....,........ Fowler, Ind. l.inna Roby Smith .... 1031 S. Townsend St., I,os Angeles, Calif. Marie Iirouillette .,..., Ruth Roth Marcus ,,.. llurton Sanders Arthur Senesac .,,......,. I.ois Smith Schwartz Ruby Steele Johnston Dean VY icker .................. . Lloyd Brier ...............,,.... Loretta Yocheni Fox ..,,., Leia Pfleeger .....,...,t..t, Ruth Hoss ,........................ I-Iuldah I.arson Carlson . Iidna Swanson Edmonds ,,,,. Lela Carson Milnes ..,.,..t Emil XVelsch .............,. Edith Dickinson ...,.. Harriet Wilsoii .,...... Pave fifty Fowler, Ind. 14584 Penrod Ave.. Detroit. Mich. 610 Evergreen St., Lafayette, Ind. California ,.,...5Z7 N. 22nd St., St. joseph, Mo. .5008 Ashland Ave.. Chicago, Ill. Fowler, Ind. 1912 Columbus, Ind. . ,. ,,......,...........,..,..,........ Goodland, Ind. 2053 1-ith St., Milwaukee, XYis. Indianapolis, Ind. Fowler, Ind. Deceased Alberta, Canada XVolcott. Ind. Des Moines, Iowa Virginia Institute, Virginia l 9 2 8 lnd PRAIRIE GOLD Bcsse Mathews Leonard .......A Ralph Hampton ..........,,,,,.... Lola Stephenson Smith ....... May Shipp Leiper ....,.,,,.,, , Fowler, lnd. Fowler, Ind. Brook, Ind. Attica. Ind. llarry ltmig ..........l..... ,,,,.,...l,,w...,.. l Danville, lll. Raymond XYelsch ..,...,.. ,,,......, ..l.,,. l 7 uluth, Minnesota Ruth jones Snodgrass .......,.....,.. ....... 'l 'ampieo, Mexico 1913 Ruby McNeely ..,......,..,,...,.o.....,.,,.....,.o, ..,... I fowler, lnd. Lottie Lockhart Hagenbueh ....... ,.....,, X Yadena, 1ncl. Leslie Sheetz ,.....,..w.....,....w....,.... ,.l. l aafayette, Ind. limory Hamilton ..........,.....,,..,. ..,..... F owler, Ind, Leafie Lockhart Yanderipe ........ .i,. ly flanchester, lnd. Miles Cantrell john lloughtry ......,...,.....v..., .......,.. O xford. Ind. Leota Simms .........i..,........,.,ow. ...,......,... A ttica, lnd. Ciladys XYooclburn Bugbee ,...,. ....,V.,,.,. , lioodland, Ind. Lester Day .,..,..,...l................,.. e.,.,., I ndianapolis, Ind. Edith liorders Holloway ..,w. w...,....... O xford, lnd. XX'ill llehner ...,.,...t,..e............ ..,..,. l ndianapolis, Ind. limmett McGuire ......,......,..,,. ....... E lmhurst, lll. lilizabeth Clute Ferguson ,..,,......... .... ..,.. F o wler, Ind. Howard Hague ...,...,......e...,...,.........,.... ...,... C hicago, Ill. 1914 Edwin Tubbs .....,.Yi,.....,..i,.........,,w...,,.,. .,.l.... , . Boswell, lnd. Mary Dinwiddie XX'hite .,.....t,..,..... ,,..., l ndianapolis, lnd. Marie Blackwell Higlltower .e,,. ........... B oswell, lnd. Andrew Yochem w..,.....,..w...,,v...,.,e,. 1 .,...,.....,................ Fowler, Ind. llarriet McKnight Tubbs . ..........,......,,.....,,.i,,............ Boswell, lnd, Rada Roth XYagner ....,.Y. 5083 Guilford Ave., Indianapolis lnd. limmet Leonard .w.,..,,,,,..w Minnie Nevitt Clark ...,,,, lida xveisqh Hamilton ..,... 1915 Ralph Leonard , .,.. ,...,,.e,,,ee l'earl liroshear Mcliinnis ,.,v.,........ liarl Carson ...........,...,,......,......... Grace Yan Auker Highet ...i..r Lilia Crabbe Luck w.,...,w..w....... Leona Copas Atkinson ...... ...l.,. Mildred Lobdell Sellers .. lflsie Smith XYyant ..i...... Henry limig .....,.....,...,... ,............. .......,.....,w......l...,w.. Colette Kinipple ,..,. ......,vw......,,.....,..ww.........l....., Charles Mount ...,..rrree,.re ee,,.,,... 3 357 w. 6-ah Place, Chicago, 111 Fowler, Ind Lafayette, lnd Fowler, lnd Fowler, lnd Daleville. lnd. Fowler, lnd. Tiffin, Ohio lirookston, lnd. lndianapolis, Ind. Kokomo, 1nd. Gas City, Lansing, Ill. Hammond, lnd. Nellie Pfleeger ..,....,,.,...,. 1618 XY. Franklin St., Evansville, lnd. l larlan Hafstrom Donovan, lll. 1916 Lloyd XYhite ,....,....,i ..,... l 715 E. 115th St., Cleveland, Qhio lva Cones Carson ,..,. ..................,......r,.......,.,.... F owler, lnd. William lsham ....,,., .,....,...,......,.......,.......,...... F 'owler, Ind. l 9 2 8 Page fzfty one PRAIRIE GOLD Omer Hollingsworth ......w.,vv.....,AA,..,V,,,,.... Schenectady. New York Harriet Martin Reader ..,.,,,, 131-l Morton St., Ft. Wlayne, lnd. Gladys lidmoncls Evans ........ 272 XY. Foothills, Altadena, Calif. XYilliani Hutson ,.,,..,...,,,,,i.i. .,..r, 1 O4 S. 10th St.. Noblesville. lnd. Mildred liegeinan Smith .,,,, ,,,.,,.,r,,.............i... l irownstown, lnd. Mildred Hall Childress ....,..,. ...... . . .,.....,....... liarl Park, lnd. lilmer I-Cniig' .,,...,...,,.,...,..,,.,.,V,.,,.,, ,.,,r.,..,,,,.,,..... .... l 3 aldwin, Kan. Louise Hrouillette Hazelhaker .,,..,................,,,........... Fowler, lnd. Lucille Stack ......,,.,,,..,.....,.r,,,., 3o49 N. lllinois, lndianapolis. lnd. Pearl McNeeley Suininers ....,,.,. ...i.,........,,..........,,,. I iokoino. lnd. 1917 Xleldon lfinbleton ...,,,,,,.,,,. ,,,,..,,..... ....,........... l ' iowler, lnd. Kenneth lXlcConnaughay ..... ...,.........,,.,.,,....,.., l ndianapolis, lnd. Arthur Hay ,...........,,..,,..,,,., .,..,,, ,,.,....,,,,i... N e wcastle, XYyo1ning Alina Roth Noonan ..... ...,.. 1 -14 S. Main St., Gardner, Mass. Leona Gaylord Smith .....r ........,.,,.,.,.,,.,.,,r.,ri.. 1 ndianapolis, lnd. XYillis McConnaughay ...r.. ................,,,.......,...,.... K okomo, Ind. Otto Crawford .,..Y..,..r.,,,. ,r..,.,.. L ihicago, Ill. Ottie Crawford ,,,,, ...,,,, ..,.....,...,,.....,,,i...,.,.,,.,..... D e ceased Carl Scott ..i..,........ ..,..........., ,.,...,,......,,r.... t 1 lendale. Calif. Glenn Chesterson ...., ,.... -l 036 Murdock St.. St. Louis, Mo. Dewitt Vaughan ....,,, .....................e...,...... I ndianapolis, Ind. George Lafonntain ..,., ................,.. ..,.... I 1 hiledalphia, Pa. 1918 Hazel Brooks Scott r,,,,,, .....,.,.,..,,,.,.,,,,,....,,.,r,,, C ilendale, Calif. llarren Crabbe .,,..t,..... limniette Guthridge . Yerna Bcgeinan . .,,.,,, , 545-1 Nulton St.. Chicago, lll. Swanington, Ind. Terre Haute, Ind. Marguerite Lowmon Fencken ,,.,. ........... . Hoopeston, Ill. Beulah XX"heeler ..i.,c,..,,,.......,,.,.... ...... l ndianapolis, lnd. Athae May Davis ........,,,,...,,,,, .,.Y,,, , , Liberty, lnd. lid llutson ...,,.,.. ,.,,,. Karl Fark, lnd. Eva 'l'hornlmroug'h Howard Pagett ..,,.. Clarence Johnson ...... Clifton Hampton .,..,,,.,r.,,, Harriet Smith Blanford ,,,.,, Mary Vtashburn .......,...,....., lnez Chesterson XYashburn Fowler, lnd. Des Moines, Iowa Fowler, lnd. Kentland, lnd. o-lo li. 51st St.. Indianapolis, lnd. Fowler, Ind. Springfield, Missouri Don Xoakuin ......,.,.,,.,,..,,,....,..,..,..,.,.. .....,,,..,,..,,,, F owler. Ind. 1919 Xyllllillll Yauglni ...,..,,,,.., ,,.,,,,V 1 -lalifax, Novia Scotia. Canada Lula Norwood llinton ..,. .......,,...............,..,...,...,. 1 Towler, lnd. liverett Stewart .,......,..,..,..... .. ...........,.. Fowler, lnd. Mildred Harrington Post ...... ....... 'I 'hornt0wn, lnd. Oral Yoakuin i,,..........,....,....,. .,..,.,..... F owler, lnd. Burton Yost llerry ............... ............i.............,........ F owler, lnd. Bessie Parks Smiley .,...,.................................,,... Hollywood, Calif. Helene Marie lYhitc Belkey .... 5350 Harper Ave., Chicago, Ill. XYilliam Clay Parker .....,................,, Base Hospital. Norfolk, Va. Page fifty-two 1928 PRAIRIE GOLD Miriam In VX lute Stack ..........,......,.................A............ l.eslie ,llenclerson ..,A.Yw,...,.... 003 N. Church St., fill Lester Hmton .............,.. ...........,.,..,,,,........,,......A,..,... Charles M. Hampton Fowler, Incl. 'Json City, lll. Fowler, lnml. 1920 Nellie Hollingsworth ,...., .,.,............. l Fowler, lncl. Dorothy XYashhurn ,,A,..... w,e..,,v., .,.,, K i oocllancl, lncl. Charles ll. Clute ..Y.,.....e.....e,e Fowler, lnrl. Mildred lflmerharclt Dolphins ..r.......,.....e,,. ...,,........,.,.,r,,,, cw York llelen Henderson ..,.,..,...,,,,.,.,.,.....,.........e,e,.............,..,,,, Fowler, Incl, Glenn Hinckley ........,,.,....,e,w.,.. 52440 XX. Lake St., Chicago, lll. Mary Elizabeth Hlinn Simms .,,,............,,rr........,i.. Kokomo, Inrl. blames S. Mayity .,...............e...........Y....,.,.. ...ee.,..,.,...... F owler, lnnl, l.ethahel Han 1921 Grace U'Neal llenclerson ,... O05 N. Church St., Gibson City, 1ll. Gladys Hall ........ Riley Memorial llospital. lnclianapolis, lncl. Catherine Comley .,,wei,, johns llopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Mil. Catherine Hutson Martin ,.i...................,.,i,.............,,.. Fowler, Intl. Frances Vaughn Sparks ..i....,.i.,...,...............i....,.....,... Fowler, lncl. Hilda Harrington Barce ....,...............,...,i,................. Fowler, Incl. Rollin Hay ............,.,,.,.. 451 XY. Mechanic St., Shelbyville, Incl. Harry l.. Hall ,.,............................................................. Fowler, Incl. Bernice Chesterson linauh ........................ Springfielcl, Missouri Lela llagcnhuch .,.........,.... Presbyterian Hospital, Chicago, lll. l.ela johnson Cruze ................................................................ Ohio Milclrecl Shoup Dougherty ,........,................... ............ F owler, Intl. 1922 Elizabeth lsham ............,........... 629 Deming Place, Chicago, lll. Dorothy McKnight Fishhack .................................... l.ochiel, Incl. Marion Stack ,............,..,....... 3649 N. lllinois, Indianapolis, Incl. Mary li. Thorne. Minnie XYashburn ..... ....,....................................... F owlcr, Incl. Marion Staples ......... ................................................ F owler, Incl. Helen Pfleeger ......,............. MX XYilson Blvd., Mishawaka, Incl. Ressa Clute ......,..............,....., Canyon, Texas fTraveling XYestj l.enore Martin Klentzer ...............,................................ Fowler, lnfl. llarriet Shoup Askren ..............................................,. Lafayette, Incl. Yan Hinckley ........................ 5757 University Aye., Chicago, lll. lrene Martin Moore ................................,............... Lafayette, Incl. Helen Davis ..,....,........ lOl0 Bellfountain St., lnmlianapolis, Ind, john Hay ....................................,...,.........................,......... Alvin. Ill. Meredith McKnight ..,......... 1800 Juneway Terrace. Chicago, lll. Elsie Edwards Johnson ............,.,.....................,.,......... Fowler, lncl. XX'ihna Rakcstraw Berger ,,................. .. ..,... Fowler. lncl. 1923 Adelaide Berry ......... ......... .................... ............. F o vs 'ler, lncl. Mary li. Mosier ...... ............................................ F owler. lncl. Samuel Hdmoncls ..... ..... XYillis Henderson ........ Irene Snouwaert ...... 272 XY. Foothills, Altaclena. Calif. Fowler, lnrl. 1928 Lafayette, lncl. Page fifty thin' PRAIRIE GOLD Herbert XVoertz . ,, . ....... F owler, Ind. Mildred Stewart .,...., .,.,,,, I4 'owler, Ind. Russell Poole ...., ,,,,,,,,.,., C hieago, Ill. Cecil Dickinson ...,.,,. .,,, IX Ierlaryville, Ind. Edward Klentzer ,,...,A.,, ,..,, P 'owler, Ind. Maynard La Plante .. .,i, .iw..,,w F owler, Ind. Mae Johnson Katherine Black ...,i,. Fowler, Ind. Velva lioothhy i,.w..,....e..,w ,.,,..., I Towler, Ind. George Klentzer, jr. ,....e....,e..Y. r.,v...,.e ..,,v,.. la ' owler ,Ind. XY. Harold Stephenson .,..., ,e,.,e,,.e.,.,,.. ,,,.... I 7 owler, Ind, 1924 Rose E. Inlay ..e.......,... e,,,,..,..,.,,.,..,, ,,.,.,, I V owler, Ind, Paul Gray ,.....,......,.,...,.. ..ee,.....,.. .,...,.... I 4 'owler, Ind. Gladys Clute Gwynn .,A,.,,e..A,... . .....,e.,..,eA, Fowler, Ind. Helen Thomson ..,l,.....,,.....,ee....,.,,... .v...,,, T nlly, New York Melva La Fountain Rommel ....ee. ......w...,...,...e........ D eceased Clarice Staples Ritenour .... e.,.e... ,,.... N t wx' Harmony, Ind. Gertrude Dillon ......... ,.....,,... . ..,,e.... ....... F r Jwler, Ind. Charles Matthews Catherine Brummell john M. Bartindale ,.e..... ,.,.,,e L QUIUIIIIJUS, Ohio Ida johnson Gray ............,,, ...,,..,... I fowler, Ind. Dorothy Crabb Childers ,,.....,.,..,,.....,,..... ....,.............. S heldon, Ill. Alton Griffin .,.........,,,,.........eeY.......,.......r...,.......,..e....,..... Fowler, Ind. Dorothy Swope ....Y... Purdue University, XY. Lafayette, Ind., Edmon Hall, jr. .,.,. ........ l 312 N. St., N. XV., Nllashington D. C. I'red Nicewander ...,. .....v,......,................................ K entland, Ind. 1925 Ada McDaniel Leffingwell .,,........ ....... S wanington, Ind. Arlene I.owmon ..,.................... ....,....,,,, F owler, Ind. Nora Graves ...,......,....................,...........,..... ,,.....,.... B oswell, Ind. Alice Ford Flint ......,,,..,....,.............,..,..........,.,e.....,...... Fowler, Ind. George P. McKnight .,,...., Indiana University. Bloomington, Ind. Margaret McKnight .,.,,....,.....,,,..........,,,,.....,v...........,V Fowler, lnd. Ruth Johnson ....................,....t......................................., Fowler, Ind. George Bates .,,...,,,...., . Indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. Lucy Hutson ,....,,. ........,.......,.........,....................,.... I' 'owler, Ind. Elsie May Cox ....,........... Purdue University, XV. Lafayette, Ind. Anna Thornbrough ,..................,..........,...........,....,........ Fowler, Ind. Pauline Fishhack .........,.................,....,,,,.......,.....,...... Earl Park, Ind. Meredith Smith .,......,......., ..,.. S wanington. Ind. Vera Fae Forshey Clute ...., .. ,,,.... Fowler, Ind. Emmett Brunimell ...........,... ....... F lint. Mich. Edna Bowman NVilliams ..., Oxford, Ind, Ruth Stack ........................ ..... F owler. Ind. Edmund Tully ............,.... ....... F owler. Ind. Lawrence Morehouse .,......................,........................... Fowler. Ind. 1926 Exie Vtfclseh ....,... ...... l ndiana University, Bloomington, Ind. l.ois Ray 'Iones .... ........,......................................... F owler, Ind. I 9 2 8 Page fifty-four PRAIRIE GOLD Clifford Cox ..........,.... .,,. l 'urdue University, XY. Lafayette, lnd. Wilma Qozad Powers .,,,............YY,,,,...,,..,.....,.,...v..,.,A Fowler, Ind. Lee Yanderipe ....,..,.,.. l3'lOo South Wabash Ave., Riverdale, Ill. Ralph XYetzel ......,......,,,,,,,,,,, YYA,,..Y,,,,,.,,...,...... ,,,.,.,.... F o wler, lnd. Beulah Gaylord ....,.,,,,,,,.,..,.. Russell jones ,, 'l'hel1na Crislcr Ruth XYoertz ....e....... Marjorie Crabb ,,.,.,., Mabel Robbins .,,,,, Lucille Shoup Robert Mohr llelton Hudrow Lennie Scott ..,... llessie Minus ........ Lihahner Cozad ...... Donald Richniire .,..,, Robert Holder ....,. Butler University, Indianapolis, Ind. Lafayette, lnd. Crawford, Colo. Robert Long Hospital, lndianapolis, Ind. Swanington, Ind. Fowler, lnd. Fowler, Ind. Purdue University, NV. Lafayette. Ind. Kankakee, lll, Fowler, Ind. Swanington, Ind. Fowler, Ind. Fowler, Ind. 1927 Christina llagenbuch ...,......,. 2853 N. Talbot, Indianapolis, Ind. Jennings llill ,.,.,,.,..........,r,.r..,,.,................,,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,.. Fowler, lnd. Laura tiunnels ..,,....,,,,,....,.,....,............,.....,........,,,..,,,,,,, Fowler, Ind. Charles Staples ..r....,.... Northwestern University, Evanston, Ill. Ruth Stewart .,.,.., ...,.,,,.,,,,,.,.........,,,,.,..,................... F owler, lnd. Violet Logan ............,,,,.,,...,..............,.,,....,...................... Fowler, Ind. fharles XYindler .,.,.... Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind. Elizabeth McKnight ,............,rr..,,..., ,.......,,,..,..,,.,.,i,,.. I ioivler, Ind. Myrl Hinckley ,.,......,.,,....,............,.........,,...........,.,........ Fowler, Ind. .-Xrnold Danner ,,,....., ....,.,........,,........,,,.......,,,............. I Towler, Ind. Zella Yates .........,.......,,,,... indiana University, Bloomington, Ind. Marjorie Sleeper ..............,.......,.....................,....,.,........ Fowler, Ind. Ralph K. XYashburn ...,..........,,......A......,,.,.,............. Goodlandv Ind. l928 Page fifty-fifve PRAIRIE GOLD Page fifty-six 1928 LMLTHVHTHIES PRAIRIE GOLD "WHEN A FELLER NEEDS A FRIEND" The play givcn hy the Senior dass of 17. H. Nay 16-17 was 0111111 11 111' thc lzirge ZIIIKIICIICL' 11'11ic11 z1tt1'11f1cc1. It was criflcnt that 11111011 ti1111 11 116011 spent' 011 it by the Cust, each SCCIIICK1 to forget his i1111i1'ic111:111tx 1114 1-vt-1'y1111c 111111: thc part ztssigiicd i11 I1 very plvasiiigf 111a1111t'r. Synopsis .-Xct 1. .X 11111111 III Mrs. Resin-'s :1p:11't111C11t 1IlPII5c. 10.00 .X. KI. .Nut 11. The s:1111c, 11:00 A. 111. .Xct 111. The 5:11111-, 12:00 .X. BI. '1'i111cf.'X I:l'1C11If' l11l1I'l1111Q' i11 Nt1X'CI111bCI', 1019. 1'1:1c1- N1-11' Yurk Cfity. CHARACTERS '1'11111 13c111scr, 2111 artist ............ .................. ..... 1 5 o11:1111 Grif1'i11 114111 1X1i11s, :1 111:1g':1Zi11c writcr .. .....,.. ..,.........,.... 1 'ZIIQJPIIQ LEYZIIPII Mrs. Rc-csc, t11Oir 1:111c11:1c1y .. .,.................. ,.... I 1111 '1'11111'11111'o11g11 ,1C1'1'y Smith, just 1'ct111'11cf1 1111111 "Orc-1' '1111Cl'CH 1I6I'111I1I1 Fo1's11cy "Liz," 1X1rs. lit-c's0's stc11c1z1ug11tcr ..,...., iX1y1't1c-.Xlicc 1f11s11'o1't11 XX'i11i:1111 13Cl11iL'1', '1'11111's 1111016 ........ ,, .............. '131'z1ro1r1 X':11111e1'i11Q "13i11g"' 13ic1c011s4111, "1,iz's" Stc:1c1y .... , Keith Smith Alice King, '1Ir1111's Zlllllt .......,...........,.,. , I 10119 Y, 9111111 1i1z1i11c I.j'1lI1O, .Mice 1ii11g's 11':1r11 ..... . .'N11g'c1:1 Scott, 1'!1111's iiz1111'c1- 1'11111-rst1111ics ..... .. .......,.... 31i1111ic Nllllll Page fifty-eight I928 . .,,...... 5:1111 1'I1c1-gm' , N1Z11'111Zl I.. SWO111' 111111 Oz1k1cy McC1:1i11 PRAIRIE GOLD HOME ECONOMICS WORK 1927-'28 The .luuiur wurk cunsistcd of the study of chulhiug, the serving ul hot IUIICII :uid uf homo uursiuff. Besides this wurk zi IDZlIlf1lt't was damned, 5- iiizuizigucl. :uid scrvcd In mic hundred twenty-fire husiucss mcu ull Mzwch I-I. X hzulquct suudzu' to this was served hy thc class ul ZS last your. 'l'hc uuiurs studivd I'vrsuuzd llwfieiic and Hume NU1'SI11U', the :lim ol' which was . 5 PS Lu ulsurc :1 knuwlcdg-'c :md actual 11'1'lCIlL'C ul mml hcl: N 1 g, dth huhits :md gcucrzd 'zum' uf thc sick iu cmuiulm ZLIIIIICIIIS :md culergciicics. The chutliing' work studied was zi cmitimu-d trziiuiug iu :dl phases uf Clothing including' custuiuc dcsigu :uid iuilliuvry. Thi- I7rn-shmzui work cuusistcd of Il study of clothing: such ns thc study ul' CUSIIIIIIIIIQ, QZIVINCIII cmistructiuu, tcxtile work, The second semcstcr work cuusistc-d uf thc study uf thc house :md furnls work, the :lim uf which was for thc pupil lu adapt herself tu her present home surruuiidings :uid to In-:iru thc fuudzuncutzd I71'II1L'I1lICS iiwolvcd in IDIIIIIIIIIIQJ. furnishing, and curing ur her future home. 'I'hc scrcuth :uid eighth grzlclc- work for the first scmcstcr was on thith- iugg tha' sa-cuud scum-stcr mm mvzd plzumiug :md serving. I928 Page fifty-nine PRAIRIE GOLD ASSEMBLY TYPING ROOM l 9 2 8 PRAIRIE GOLD . GYMNASIUM PHYSICS LABORATORY l 9 2 8 Page sixty-om' HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA, GIRLS' GLEE CLUB PRAIRIE GOLD IHGH SCHOCL ORCHHHRA Fowler lligh School did not have an orchestra live years ago, but today we have one of the best in this part ot the state. The orchestra was started in l923 by Miss tilenora Morris, non' Mrs. V. ll. Hunter. Mrs. l-lunter secured Mr. C. O. Tlionipson of Lafayette to teach the wind instruments and in a very short time the group rehearsed together and the orchestra was formed. lin October, l927, l.ela Pratt, Yivian Pape, Jeanette Comlcy and Doris tiunnels were able to take part in the All-State Orchestra at Indianapolis. due to the ability of the students and the capability of Mrs. Hunter. The members of the orchestra and their instruments are: lfirst Yiolin--l.ela Pratt. Jeanette Comley, Doris tiunnels. Second Yiolin-Yivian Pape, jose- phine Hall, Gladys Henriott, Frieda Taulman. Viola-Solon Roles. S4musalrhone---Ralph Shonkwiler. llrunis-llarold Yanderipe. Cornet-Jeanette tiilbert, james Robert Price. .Xlto llornsffflint Cozad, lfrancis lfarl Atkinson. llaritone--Rower liudron: Clarinet-egara l'lleeger. 'C'ello- -Mary l.eadbetter. ,lil'0llll7OIl61.'hQ'llCS l l an son , Orville Fisher, Melvin Cox. CHRLS Stella lieird l,orene Chenowcth Margaret Colescott Jeanette Comley Thelma Cook lfranccs Crabb Myrtle-:Nlice Ellsworth fi Hass Yiol--Clarence Cozad. 'l"l"!' GLEE Jeanette tiilbert, Accoinpanist Doris tiunnels Josephine Hall Gladys llenriott Mildred llenriott llazel llenderson Halcie 'Hamilton Cecelia T.a Plante Joy l.owmon Mrs. Y. l l'ianoff.fXlexander Fisher. W--.Xgnes llanson CLUB Zona l'.eadbetter Margaret Mount Laura Miller Minnie Nunn Yivian Pape Sara Pflecger l.ela Pratt Katherine Price listher 'Robbins Yelma Sanders Margaret Sheetz lone Swan Martha Swope lda 'l'l1ornbroug'h Lorene Xlvashburn ,. llunter. Director l928 I Page sixty-three PRAIRIE GOLD ty-four l928 PRAIRIE GOLD Latin Team ' The Benton County Latin Contest was held at Fowler, February 4. Those repre- senting Fowler were: Latin I.. Carrie Anne Bechley and Catherine Price: Latin II., Vivian Pape and Mary Leadbetterg Latin IVa., Jeanette Comley and Bessie Williams, and Latin IV.. Martha Swope. The results of this contest gave Fowler High School three contestants for the Dis- trict Contest at Rensselaer, March 3,-Latin I.. Carrie Anne Bechley, first: Latin IVa., Bessie Williams, first, and Latin IV., Martha Swope, first. , In the District Contest, Carrie Anne was awarded second place in Latin I, re- ceiving at grade of 99Kz, but upon re-examination of the papers it was found that her manuscript tied for first place with a contestant from Whiting. This entitled her to take the state test at Bloomington, Indiana. where she did very well, even though she had to go unprepared, being notified only the day before. Miss Sewell's interest and help brought results in Latin this year, which have been greatly appreciated, Yea-Betty! Commercial Team On Saturday, April 21, the Commercial Team entered the contest at Lafayette. The Novice B. Team in Typing consisted of Myrtle-Alice Ellsworth, Martha Sampson and Sara Pfleeger: the Amateur A Team of Myrl Hinckley. Violet Logan, and Clar- ence Hagenbuchg the Shorthand Team of Margaret Sheetz, Myrl Hinckley and Violet Logan. These teams worked hard under Mrs. Eberhardt's supervision and the result of this was shown when the Novice B Team won with a team average of 47.1 and indi- vidual honor of second and third place for Myrtle-Alice and Martha, respectively, which entitled the team to enter the State Contest at Muncie, Saturday, April 28. Here the team again competed with some of the largest schools in the state and although they won no place, F. H. S. was very proud of them. The Amateur A team won fourth place at Lafayette as did the Shorthand Team, which means that the Commercial work of F. H. S. is being built up and that if such good work is continued, Fowler will be proud of this department. Local Literary In the local Literary Contest held on Tuesday. April 24, 1928, Jim Dumas won the orations. giving "Spartacus To the Gladiators." while Lorene Chenoweth won in decla- mation by declaiming "Angel's Wickednessf' Donald Griffin and Minnie Nunn were given second places, respectively. In the County Literary Contest on Friday, May 4, 1928. we didn't do so well but we played the game fair and square, winning the public's favor. which is a great deal. Thus ends Fowler High's greatest literary year, 1928. We are proud of our record, our winning teams, and the contestants. Public Speaking and Literary F. H. S. has had a big time of it this Spring as far as Literary work and Public Speaking are concerned. In the Local Newspaper Constitution Contest on March 22, Fowler won first. when Josephine Hall came out on top over her schoolmates, with Margaret Sheetz running a close second. It was announced that Sara Pfleeger had won the Local Newspaper Essay Contest on "Who is a Good Citizen" and that Thelma Cook placed second. The same evening Donald Griffin won the County High School Discussion League Contest, on "How to -Solve the Farm Problem," for the first time in ten years from our old rival, Oxford. On Wednesday, March 28 who should win the County Newspaper Constitution Contest but our own little Josephine, but that isn't all: Sara just blushed a little when asked to read her winning Essay of the County. Friday night, April 13, Donald journeyed to Lafayette to compete in the District High School Discussion League Contest and as it was a return trip, he brought back third place so we wouldn't feel too much hurt. The next day, Saturday, April 14. Josephine went to Rensselaer to compete in the District Newspaper Contests, where she received third. Sara's essay was sent to Hammond for the district contest and again came forth a winner and entered the final of the state. Sara went to Crawfordsville on Tuesday, April 24. and when she returned lo and behold, she had received sixth place in the State Newspaper Essay Contest. l 9 2 8 Page sixty-fire PRAIRIE GOLD LOVE PIRATES OF HAWAII Page sixty- BOYS' GLEE CLUB I 9 2 8 PRAIRIE GOLD "LOVE PIRATES GF HAWAII" Au operetta. "The I.ove Pirates of Hawaii," was given hy the high school lmoys' and girls' glee elnlws on 'I'hursday evening. December IS, I927. It was a. story of a private school for girls in llawaii. Dorothy Dear had heen sent there hy her father to keep her from her lover, Billy XYood. Miss I'rimer, the mistress ol the school, allowed no boys on the school, grounds. Ilorothy secretly received a letter from Billy, one day. stating that the U. S. fruiser had dropped anchor at llonolulu, and that he was coming to see her, disguised as a college professor, hut instead he eame as a pirate. In the meantime a hand of pirates had entered the island and appeared at the sehool lbelore IIilIy's arrival. Miss Primer, thinking them to he Billy and his friends. captured them and put them to work. XYhen Billy arrived he was captured by the real pirates and imprisoned. Dorothy soon freed him and Iiilly immediately went after the U. S. Marines, who captured the real pirates. Dorothy and Billy returned to their home and Miss Primer' who had lmeen so particular, fell in love with the pirate chief. Cast: Dorothy Dear ..,,.,.. Jeanette Gilhert Maile Miss l'rimer .......... ,leanette Comley l.ehua ..,, ,,.....,,,..... I da 'llhornbrough ' 'Karnlaui ..... ..,,...... IX Iargaret Sheetz Scary I,ilinae .......... Kljrrtle-Alice Flllswortli Chorus of Pirates. BOYS' GLEE Eugene Baxter Rodger Rudrow George Cota Clarence Cozad Clint Cozad Alexander Fisher, .Xeeompanist Dale liord Ilerman liorshey .Xdrian Gilbert Donald Griffin 'Raymond Ilall llilly XYood Pirate Chiel . ...........,, . Martha Swope Donald Griffin Eugene Baxter -lohn Hoyle Chorus ol' Hawaiian Girls. -'Ruth Sands CLUB Russel Ileadlee black Boyle Kenneth Morine Gerald Mohr Iiloid Pfleeger -lames Il. Price Glenn Rakestraw Glenn Riehmire Russel Swope XYilIys Yanderipe ' Mrs. Y. I.. Ilunter, Director I928 Page sixty-seven PRAIRIE GOLD l928 PRAIRIE GOLD Q Xiff i RALPH B. EDWARDS? Athletic Coach I 9 2 8 Page sixty-uinz' TEAM LL 1927 BASEBA PRAHHE GOLD BASEBALL HB7 Coach lfclwards. anxious to start his first lf. ll. S. team, opened the haselmall season when school hegan. The candidates called out for the sport ranged from excellent players on down. The squad cut itself till Coach had about twenty fairly decent players. lle coached them tlioroughly for a mnnlmer of days lxefore any games were played. :Xt Boswell we lost our first game, U to 4, with our team working hard. 'l'he .-Xlnmni, hoping' to carry off a great score, left with the hcst of a ll- to li game. Our first home game was lost to the :Xmhia nine when we got the least of a V to 3 score. Oxford lost a hard-fought game to the li. ll. S. gang with the one-sided score of 22-5. The dark rainy day looked darker to liarl Park when we heat them there with a shut-out game. Score 7 to O. lloswell hit us a heavy rap in their return game hy taking' the hest of an lli-l score. 'l'he season ended with the nine mttinw' Otterhein low with a shut-out S game. l-O. ,1"""N 5. ,f ' ft 5: ,iw ghd, THE TEAM Un floor-llale lford, right field. v liirst Row. left to rig'ht-Adrian fiillmert, third hase: Floid Pfleeger, second haseg George Cota, catcher: blames Robert Price, left fieldg Eugene left field. Second Row-Kenneth Morine, shortstop: Stanley Culbertson. pitcher. center field: llnaine Hair, pitcherg james Dumas, first baseg -lohn lioyle, center field 3 tilenn liichmire, right field, second haseg Coach Ralph lf. Edwards. l 9 2 8 Page seventy-one TEAM ETBALL SK YS'BA BO PRAIRIE GOLD BASKETBALL The basketball season '27-'ZS opened and in rushed thirty-two athletes ranging from Freshies to Seniors and from Clint Cozad to "Bus" Daily in size. Although the squad was not cnt. it gradually diminished to about eighteen men. who played for our colors the rest of the season in both first and second team games. Fairly sad looking scores were made but we know that Coach lidwards is building a team for the next seasons. XN'e ran through the season with the following games : Nov 4,-. XX illianisport .,................ " ' F 24. Fowler ........, At XN'illiamsport Nov --Oxford ............ ...... F owler ...,,.........., 25 ................ At Oxford Nov -Boswell ....,. 2nd Fowler .,...... 7 .....,...,.... At Boswell Nor Nov lb-Hoswell ,,.... 23-Raub ....... Fowler .......,. Fowler ..... ......... Boswell Fowler Nov -Raub .......... Fowler ...... ............... A t Fowler Nov ---XN'adena .... Fowler ...... ..........,... 1 Xt XVadena Flor -Sheldon ...... Fowler ................ .....,..... A t Fowler lieu 2-Kentland ...., ....... l :owler .......,. .......,....... . At Fowler Dec. Qwfltterbein .. Znd Fowler ....... .............. A t Fowler lieu. 9--Otterbein ....... .,,.... F owler ................ ......,,....... A t Fowler Dee los-Goodland .,,,, ....... C 13 Fowler ...,............ ...,.,.......... X t Fowler Dec. 23-Kentland .... Fowler ....,.... ........... A t Kentland hlan. o--Ranb ..r.... Znfl Fowler ....... ........... . .At Raub jan. o-Raub .... Znd Fowler ........ ir, ....... ....... A t Raub plan. Ambia ......... Fowler ..........,..... lo ....... ...... 1 Xt Fowler jan. 15-l'ine Yillage Fowler ................ l3 ...,....,......., A t Fowler Ian. ZOwOxford .......,... .,..... 3 0 Fowler ,..... .............. f Xt Fowler jan. Remington ., Fowler ............,,,. -. ......... 'Xt Remington Feb. Earl Park ....... ....i.. Z 8 Fowler .,.............. 30 ......,.,. At Earl Park Feb. tioodland ,,.. Znd Fowler ..,.... ...,.V A t Goodland Feb +UoodlanCl .. Fowler ................ 13 ........,.... at Goodland Feb --Sheldon ...... Fowler '... ...,......... 9 ,..,..... ...,. A t Sheldon Feb Freeland ...... Fowler ................ l-l ....... ...... f Xt Fowler Feb tiilboa ...., , Znd Fowler ....... ....... ....., . 1 Xt Fowler Feb. lioswell ......., .....,. 3 4 Fowler ..,........,.,.. 16 ....... ......i A t Fowler Feb. Brook Znd .. Fowler ................ l9 ....... .......,. A t Brook Alum ni ,,.,.,.................,..,.., 29 Fowler .....,.. l'he fonr izzen who got 2nd team or numeral sweaters were: Dale Ford, tilt-nn Richmire. Fugene Baxter and Leonard Edwards. No first team sweaters were given tcomplications having arisenj. Morine was high-point man with 9-l points. Price followed with 75 points. The first eight men and Coach Edwards attended the State Tourney at lndiaanpolis not with the idea of a good time, but of learning something in order to play better in the e THE TEAM First Rmiw-L'nlbertson, forward: Gilbert, guard: Murine, forwardg Hoyle, guard: Price, guard. - Second Rowfwliichnlire. guardg Ffleeger, forward: Baxter, center: Cota, guard: ljidwards, center: Edwards, coach. fn t n re. l 9 2 8 Page seventy-three GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM PRAIRIE GOLD GIRLS' BASKETBALL l"or thc first time since 1923, Fowler High School organized a girls' bas- ketball team. .-:X large number of girls went out for it but it required a great deal ot' patience and hard work to wear off the first coating of awk- wardness. However, through Miss lioddard's coaching and plugging, and faithful practice on the girls' part a team was gotten together which did not make a half bad showing. jan. lan. lfeli l' eb l' eb llcb 'l'hc schedule for games -lffliaub ,,.,........,,Y.....,... . 20-t iilboa ....,,.,. -l-lientland ...... l0-Raub .w....,...,..,,.....,c 17-Fowler 7th and Sth Z5-Kentland ,,....,.., .,,,,. was as follows: ........ll: Fowler..,,..., .....At Fowler ,.,.t.,,-l3: Fowler........ Gilboa .,..,,,,l4: Fowlerm... 3.......,...,At Kentland 6: Fowlerm... .,,.,....At Raulb 2: lfowlerw., Fowler Fowler ...,.......c.... 7 ,... ,........ i Nt Fowler The last girls' game was the curtain raiser for the final games of the Inter class Tournament, March 8. The High School girls played the 7th and Sth grade girls, heating them, 32-2. ,.. Considering the short practicing and thc newness of basketball to the gills th did I 'tc all XV l linf for year. ey Klll ' VV ' . C Zlfff 'IOJ a real, sure enough team next 5.,.xx ng L G.5Y4A' AL' 'tis' dlifgklflv J.-l9all"'iL' '-Lao 'Left to right-Irene Burroughs, guard: Katherine Price, guard: Cecelia La 33 13 b l'lante, forward: Jeanette Gilbert, running center: Doris Gunnels, guard: lda 'llllUI'lllll'Ul1gll, guard: Martha Swope, forward: Jeanette Comley, jumping center: Gladys llenriott, forward: Miss Goddard, coach. l928 Page seventy-five PRAIRIE GOLD 1928 Hmm m PRAIRIE GOLD THE CALENDAR SEPTEMBER 5-llow do you do. Faculty and schoolmates-"l'is Labor Day, so school has opened again. Dismissalwand then a rush for books. 6-The Freshies are a good example of the skillful work of unskilled labor- ers. Beware of green paint. 7P.fXll day session at school-it is just one conflict after another. 8-livery one is exercising their arm by fanning themselves! 9-'The cnd of a perfect week-like all first weeks of school. lZ-fliack againsone class? Didn't think they could be so dense until they started to work on density, l3-Another person added to our enrollment. XYe have -lack Ciilbert's giggle again. Class meeting. l-l-liveryone is getting excited about the big event at Oxford. Mr. lidwards has something up his sleeve. l5-Everything is in a flurry. Dismissal for the rest of the week. lo-Betty we are here! A day of all days. Remember the trolley and Hiram and Lucy. Also the tennis matches at Qxford. Hurrah! for our side. I9-jack Comley is limping. Aren't you glad that you are not so awkward? 20-Had the first fire drill today. Swanee does not like eraser. Zl-Nothing doing--just one bawling out after another. Z2-Shonky is very worried, he can't find high C on the typewriter. Z3-School dismissed early today for ball game and tennis--again we carry off the honors. Z4-Mr. Smith was very lonely. XYonder if we are going to have an .Xu- nual? Z7-Beware! Remember there is one gram to a C. C. of water, or some- body is going to get hurt. 28-Mr. Smith talked to us this morning. Election of Amiual Staff. Sadie's hair is out of curlg sure sign of rainy weather. Z9-Halcie cloesn't think that she would like snake fur. 30-Oh! girls: doesn't Pete look nice, but he and mud just can't agree. OCTOBER 3-Ah! the brilliancy! Physics l,ab. has started. -l-VVhat is the matter. Snick? l'Don't you think that you could mix cc- ment? 5-Tuffy said that he could take a joke. Tennis and baseball with llos- well. Iv-lt does make you sore, doesn't it, Sadie? XYC h:iven't a week end to get the problems. l 9 2 8 Page seventy-eight PRAIRIE GOLD l928 X RN I I ' ' '4l'II-4 I I I I. -T'T'liT' ul 'I I ,LIITT-MNT? J llilg I T17 . .5 1 I il X .f' 2- 5 5 iq' -I N - ., . . . E . IH.. . ' ' HX '5 ml i HIHIQ pi l 5 il1LTLT'TL'L, fi, 'Y IHIHII . i ' ' JV - H . . . ii . ' " , . - - E S H .a ,-QL . an c. ,., .: x " 'M ilf' X X .. .. 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"ls the diving bell a bathing beauty 7' 13-Ask Rakie how many flies there are. 14-NYhat's the matter, Edwards? Do you need help with the blinds? 17-Report cards. Gene has got a black eye-Looks bad. 18-First speed test in typing. Francis Crabb, do you chew gum???? I9-English IV. class shall not leave the room until dismissal. Yea Smith! 24-Back again. Teachers report all the shows at Indianapolis were good. 25--All the students are growling. Everything seems to be going wrong, too many tests, when it is wonderful weather outside. Z6-Margaret Colescott thinks that Galileo is spoofing her. 27-The Freshmen are about to have a party tonight-Beware Spooks can find the eats. 31-Mrs. Johnson gave a talk about her trip to Paris. NOVEMBER l-Oh, Harold, may we wear your sweater, tool 2-Do we love our Physics teacher? l'll say we do. He treated us today 3-America first, is that your motto, Dumas? Senior class is going to Ad-Noise at the Mars Theater because of the generous invitation made by Purdue. . 4-Some people are very accommodating AQ There are sure a bunch of sleepy Seniors. 7-American Education XX'eek beginning today. S-Mr. Husted gave us a short talk about the Farming, Home and School Week Day. Kermit is with us again. 9-Snick and Floid enjoyed duck hunting immensely. 10-Mr. Edwards keeps the windows closed during llhysics class to keep squirrels out, Peg Sheetz has mannersg she said excuse me to herself. ll--Armistice Day. Floid has a little pet snake. lilected yell leaders-Ford and Neil. l2-Lot of excitement at school today. Some one would be out of luck if the word "what" was not in our language. l5-Rain, rain, go away. 16-Basketball practice is in full swing. l7-Sadie is not proud. She used four different typewriters during one class. l8-VVorld XYar picture shown to the High and junior High school, through the courtesy of Mr. Ade and Dr. Clark. 21-Terrible blank of a Physics test. 22--Interesting talk was given by the state secretary of the Y. M. C. A. l 9 2 8 Page eighty-two H. A. COMLEY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND AMBULANCE SERVICE FOWLER, INDIANA PRAIRIE GOLD qhfy-foz l928 l 111 f:ClllIiIlC Ford A1v1fess11rics Parts me UNIVERSAL cfm B. L. KEMP Servivc 3-Hour Battery Scrvicc ummm .mlm m im mu nmimmm 11 Nick L'1'z1l1l1fXX'l1c11 ll flbllllg' 1111111 calls 1111 l1is s1x'1-ctl11':11't, what Slllllllll h1 t:1k1- with llllll? l'cl1- Sl11111k11'ilc1'f.-Xl'f1'1'ti1111 i11 l1is l1cz11't. 111-1'lc1'ti1111 ill l1is 111:11111c1's :1 1I'cc1i1111s lllI4lCI' his z11'111s. 'I' 'I' 'I' l"1':1111'1-s if-I 1l1111't think 11111 Slllllllll he 1l1'ix'i11g' like lliisffwith 11 l11111l. lfl11i1lg"Ki11lly, l hzlvc 111 liccp 11110 l1:1111l 1111 thc stc1'1'i11g' Wl1L'l'l. 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LAFAYETTE'S GREATEST CLo'rH1ER Manhattan Shirts Stetson Hats umm Inuununmnuuuinmannnnnunnmunn nn nu annunnnumnnnnlnuunuu 23-Sophomores get their rings and pins: exchanges will be made this eve- ning at the residence of O. -I. Pape. 2-1-25-Tlianksgiving vacation. 28-Back again. Cac. says that elastic information is gossip. 29-One out with chickenpox. Beware! 30-First snow boots are on display. DECEMBER 1-Kermit has a black eye. 2-Cac gave talk about the Annual. 5-Subscription campaign started for the "Prairie Gold." C. XY. takes the first subscription. 6-Seniors make the highest average for the second six weeks period. 7-Mr. Edwards in on the market for twenty-five Annuals. S-Sadie announces her preparedness for the cold. 9-Mr. Reakes talked to us this morning. Miss Goddard can tell us what the inside of a safe looks like. 12--.lack Comley thinks to shudder. Cac and Jim hunt for girls' basketball suits. l3-Dress rehearsal for the "Love Pirates of Hawaii." l-I-At last we know what Peg's middle name is. CBellel. Fatal night-the "Love Pirates of Hawaii." 19-Santa Claus is going' to bring Cac and jim some more pulleys. 20-lt is sure blue Monday for the typing class. L' R. Shipman? Walter T. Clark, in D. D. S. D. D. S. Trudeau Bldg. Fowler, Indiana Fowler, Indiana mnumnunnunmun nnnfnanmumnuunmnnn EAT AT THE Fowler Hotel Cafe Regular Meals Lunches And Short Orders H. B. F O R D nnnuuuummmlmnnmnmnmmumunu-ummm ummmnannunmmmmumnmnnunmnun:mnnmnnnnnmuu J. J. MURRISSEY Plumbing and Heating Tin and Gutter Work Furnaces, Wasllillg Machines Fowler, Indiana Phone 78.1 mmmmmu mum-mm nunmmn annum PRAIRIE GOLD 21-C. XY. gave short talk before the assembly. Z2-Assemble at the end of the seventh period to make plans for the mor- row. Z3-Freeland Park and Swanington are our guests. Grades beat Freeland. 'Tis the end of the school for '27, JANUARY 2--Snowbound- no school. llot dog! 3-liack again to school activities. Heard in halls: "XVhat did you get for Christmas?" -lgfac talked himself out of Physics. Coach has his hair parted in the center F Y? 5-Geneva is the first of the Senior class to bravc the sea of matrimony. o--Coach is accosted on his way to milk lunch. 7-tiirls play first game of basketball, 3 to ll.. Raub's favor. 9-Mart Sampson reveals the mystery why Abou Ben Adams' name heads the list-because the names are written alphabetically. lO-After biology class some of the Sophomore boys are undecided about attending any more class parties. Len l.eslie admits he's nevcr seen the Niagara Falls. ll-lfran is wearing Floyd's watch! To watch the students leave, you would think they were quitting school, for all their books are going with them. Orders have been issued to the B. B. boys. ' lZ-lfatal day. lixams begin. l3-Dismissed at noon. The Physics test came the last thing on Friday the 13th. XYhen do we eat? The cry of three people. l6-jim is back at school again. Agnes Hanson-new girl in Senior class. Main? of the day-what did l get on my exam? I7-VVhere is the oil? Kenny's shoes squeak. Day after the "paddling" party. I8-Report cards. 19-Pencils given by Fowler tirain Co. Swanee made 40 words. 20--Again! Pete made 4l.fm words. Class meetings. 23-Boys practice basketball this morning. Marty Sampson made -V1.3 words. 2-le-Some Geography students will copy! 25-No Physics class-B. R. practice. 2fi+l,Ut of excitement around here. Getting check-room ready. 27-28-Tourney. Boswell winners. Ambia fine runners up. Fowler vs. .-Nmbia was a wonderful game. 30--A-Senior dance reported successful. 31-elim Rob made a wonderful decision. l 9 2 8 Page eighty-nine PRAIRIE GOLD Mr. Iiclwarcls to Agnes llansonfSo your fiance is a southern planter? Agnes-Yes, he is an nnclertaker in Georgia. 'I' 'I' 'I' "Look here," saifl the weary information clerk who was new at his joh, "you must think I hax'en't got anything hetter to clo than stancl here anrl answer questions all day." 'I' 'I' 'I' Miss fioclrlarrl fin Geometry classlflhere are only two steps to this proposition. Pfleeger-Yes, lint l fell on the first one. 'I' 'I' 'I' Mr. l':flXYIlI'KlS-Xxillilt is a clelta? .lim Boh-lt's a river with a mouth fnll of niucl. 'I' 'I' 'I' Pegg' llenriott fin Geography classlf'There are a lot of geezers Cgeysersj out XYest. 'I' 'I' 'I' XYe erlitors may dig ancl toil Till our fingertips are sore Hut some harcl hearts are sure to say. "l'x'e hearcl that joke heforef' 'I' 'I' 'I' Coach lin Physics classilAVVhat is a diving hell? Cac-A new kincl of hathing beauty. , 'I' 'I' 'I' Officer--l'll have to give you a ticket lacly. Your tail light is not lit. Saclie-flint, officer, l mlon't know how to hack the car anyway. 'I' 'I' 'I' Klex lon Kg. flielcl tripjfl woncler why those horses jump arouncl like that. Hoffine-T suppose they feed them on buckwheat. 'I' 'I' 'I' "Do von know," saifl Prof. Smith, "that l' heffan life as a harefoot hov?" r PN . "XYell," saicl Alois Fisher, "l wasn't horn with shoes on, either." an We 5111251 1928 Page ninety Pure Drugs Sundries Fine Toilet Goods School Supplies Delicious Candies Stationery Sheaffer Pens, Pencil, Desk Sets COOKE 81 CHRISTY DRUGGISTS The Rexall Store Fowler Indiana Paints, Varnishes, Wallpaper Prescriptions Our Specialty YEA. FOWLER! YEA! Get into One of Our 324.50 "Frat" Suits and Be Well Clothed IRA R. SWOPES TOGGERY SHOP PRAIRIE GOLD J 1928 M LLER BRO. Shoes For the Whole Family MC11,S Clothing Boys' Clothing Now is the time and here is the place to buy a new suit, Tudor Hall and Style-Plus Brand. lf you dress in these suits we know you will have success. A wonderful new line of Brad- ley Sweaters that have just arrived. 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The Prescription Store Phone 229 EMBLETON INSURANCE AGENCY FOWLER, INDIANA PRAIRIE GOLD THE JOYS OF A JOKE EDITOR Getting out this Annual is no picnic. lf we print jokes people say we are silly: lf we clOn't they say we are too serious, If we clip things from Other papers XYe are too lazy to write them ourselves, lf we clon't we'1'e stuck on our Own stuff. lf we stick close to the job all clay, XYe ought to he out hunting up jokes. lf we go out aurl try to hustle, XYe ought to he on the job in the office, If we don't print contrilmutions, XX'e clon't appreciatc true genius: :Xncl if we clo print them, the Annual is filled with junk. lf we make a change in the other fellow's writcup, wc are critical, lf we clon't, we are asleep. Now, like as not, some guy will say XYe swiped this from some magazine. NYE DID. 'I' 'I' 'I' Edwards tlu Geog. classl-Now, Horsefoot, if the north is to your left the east in front of you. ancl the south to your right. what is hehincl you? Horsefoot-l tolcl Mom somelmocly wOulcl see that hole in my pants. um:unununuInunnununuunmnnmnunuununmmunuummunnmumxnn unninnnnunmnnunumnnnnmnunnnnmln WHERE WE ALL EAT COZY CAFE FOWLER, INDIANA C. P. Ottinger, Mgr. Phone 55-W OTTINGER CHEVROLET SALES CO. -- CHEVROLET SALES AND SERVICE - FOWLER, INDIANA numm-mmmun-n-:ummmInInumnnn--ummmIn uunumm-mnunmnnmmmmuuannminnunmmnumunmmmmnn-nnmm FOWLEB MAID BREAD WHOLE WHEAT and RYE BREAD BUNS, ROLLS AND CAKES Fresh Every Day Banquet and Party Orders Given Special Attention B. Sz B. BAKERY PRAIRIE GOLD FEBRUARY Z-Pete, tiene. and Minnie out of school. 5-A fire drilliParent-Teacher meeting. fr-Had a di1'ty week-end-no water in Kentland. 7-Eighth graders make quite a showing of ear rings. S--Everyone complaining of their sore legs from the workout in U. li. .lack l5.'s seat has been changed? By iloe. 9-Minnie has every one excited. She is wearing a diamond. IO-l-leap big argument in English TY. I3-C. XY. talked to us about Abe Lincoln. Class meetings. Basketball squad get a present of shoe strings. l-l-The Dubbs are a sleepy crew. St. Yalentine's Day. -limmy's birthday. l5ffShorthand class takes dictation from C. XY. loi:Xllie is with us again after eight days absence. Several people have been backed off the li. H. teams. l7-Mr. Shonkwiler kept the assembly the -lth period. 20-C. XY. kept his promise and did not wear his woolen vest. 21-Alia! Penick has his shoes shined! 22-liverything is red fexcept what is in booksl. XX'e get to sing in morning exercises for a change. Z3-Smith reveals his vision of a ghost. 2+--liroiu all indications Peg and lke have visited the barber shop. 27-C. XY. tries to make us believe he knows the days of the week. 28-'lim Rob had better be careful what he says in lfnglish, 29-The visitor did not appear at Physics class. MARCH l-tiet your season ticket today. Z-On with the Tourney. 1 J-We notice that Coach's hair is straight and darker today-XYe wonder if he also uses Golden Lilint? Ebby, our dear teacher, gave us some candy after class. o-if-Drawing for the places in the Inter-class Tourney. 7-l,en l.eslie is a good guesser in Civics. 8-Seniors have pep session. Coach talked to us this morning. 9fSome of the boys seem to be 'tdrifting down to Dreamland." Mart. you would chase the coach. Be careful 'lack G.. you haven't got nine lives. lZ-Colds seem to be the most popular thing of the day. 13-The English IY. class is progressive-three boys moved from the third to first row. l-l-Fran, do you want some more books? l5-Again, Prof. Shonkwiler keeps the assembly the 4th period. The ll, ll. boys are all excited about their trip to indianapolis. lo-Minnie was almost kidnapped. l0-The B. R. gave an interesting report of the games. They also learned that Cota sure knows how to snore. l 9 2 8 A Page ninety--seven as Books Stationery Decker Bros. AT LAFAYETTE Athletic Office Goods Equipment . . ............ . ......................... johnny," said the minister, reprovingly, as he met a hoy carrying' a string of fish one Sunday afternoon, "did you catch those fish today?" "Yes sir," answered -lohuuy. "'l'hat's what they getfor chasing worms on Sunday." 'I"l"I' 'l'wo small lmoys entered a dentist's office and one addressed the dentist as follows: "Say, Doc, will you pull a tooth right this minute? l3on't want any gas or nothin'. just give her one yank." .I Surely," replied the dentist. "My boy, that's what I call heing hrave and courageous. Now just show me the tooth you want pulledfl The hoy turned to his companion and said: "Come Alfred, show Doe your tooth." 'I' 'I' 'I' "That new hoy l hired is a crystal gazerf, remarked the grocer to his wife. "Is that so?" she asked. "Yes, he is continually looking at his watch." 'I' 'I' 'I' ANY OF US I used to think I knew I knew. 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PRAIRIE GOLD 20-NYe all can tell that Half-Pint washed his hair. W'hat's the matter. l'enick, did you drop something? li. B. boys got picture taken today. Zl-Swanee and Ike can sure take pictures-ask them. 22-All symptoms show us that Spring is here. 23-Girls' basketball picture taken. Someone upset the waste paper basket? 26-Sadie got first with her essay. Marty got second in Latin and Carrie Ann, first. 27-Don't hurt the floor, Swanee. 28-The Seniors know a lot about parliamentary law-ask them, 29-Decide on cover for Annual and pictures of thc interior. Sadie and joe got first. Hurrah for them! 30-No school. APRIL Z-Boys' lockers charged. 3-Seniors visited Commissioners' Court and the jail. Track meet at Boswell -Remember Peg and Mart and the hurdles. -l-juniors got picture taken and broke the camera. Show under the auspices of Seniors. 5-Somebody's birthday? 6-Somebody else's birthday. .lack Gilbert got her beauty sleep last night. 9-Chuck gave us a very interesting talk. lOHMr. Smith's friend of Elkhart gave us a reading. Also Seniors go to court. ll-Seniors clinch Scholarship Cup with fifth-sixth weeks average. lZ-Start Senior play practice. I3-liihle test. logllorseloot. Len Leslie, Halcie, and 'l'ufl'y got numeral sweaters. l7-Heavenly choir-Physics. l8-Sadie got first in district with her essay. l9-Carrie Ann goes to State l.atin Contest. Z0al'ractice Commercial test in gym. 22-Good result of Commercial teams. Rev. Rcakes talked to us about ling'land's school system. 23-"'l'iddilums" joins play practice. 24-Local Literary Contest. Z5-Juniors start decorating for Prom. Z6-XYon track meet from Oxford. l.en high point man. 27-Junior Prcnn-liverything wonderfull 30-Iiightli grade Literary Contest. 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