Frankfort Community High School - Red Bird Yearbook (West Frankfort, IL)
- Class of 1914
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NFW PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDING
District No. 72 was organized in 189(1 with Miles Jiot raw el as teacher, During the term 1896-1897, Mr. Kotrsimel resigned on account of poor health and was succeeded by A1 Rows, who finished the term and taught during 1897-1898. Albert Woods was employed to teach during 1898-1899. but resigned and was succeeded by F. J. Dayman. 3899-1900 1900-1902 Humbert Brown. 1902-1905 W. L.
Moore, who also resigned during his third term and was succeeded by A. J. McFaddin. The teaching force was increased to four during Mr. Moore’s administration. 1905-1907 J, A. Moorman. The number of teachers was increased to six. 1907-1909 E. W Martin, teaching force increased to seven. 1909-1910 E. M. McCollum. 1910-1913 H. L. Atwood, teaching force increased to teu. West Frankfort IlJgh School established first with a two-year course, then extended to a four-year course. The
The present school building was begun ant! com plated. 1913-1914. R. McCollum, teaching force In I creased to fifteen.
West Frankfort public school system began 18 ; years ago with two teachers in a two room frame building, and in the course of this short space of j time it has grown to an enrollment of 950 pupils with 15 teachers, a well-graded school doing 8 years I of common school and 4 years of creditable high school work. Where is there another city in Southern Illinois that has had such growth?
As teachers and students, we wish to thank the patrons and school officers of the district for the conveniences that have already been provided and trust that all may work together to provide such additional advantages for school purposes that our schools may be second to none In this part of the stai .HIGH SCHOOL CLASS ROLL
Mabel 0. Cromer
Uloid Gopher Ralph Greathouse Bert Broshenrs Stanley Durst
James Reinheimer Alice O'Dnniel Maude Henderson
Ktbel Westbrook Leal) McNftmur Audrey Roberts Daisy Rotrnmel
Kdythe Kelly Helen Jones Fern Rcntjes Bessie (’lark
Irene V. McNumur Nelle I,. Karnes
Verda L, Griffin
VkKDa L. Griffin
lllgN’E V. MoNamau
Nelle L. Karnes
West Frankfort high school
Freshmen 1Q14 Sophomores
1. James ReinheimerS. Stanley Durst l + 10. I eaLi McNamar 14. Bessie Clarke
2. Samuel Katz 6. Alice 6’Daniel 11. Helen Junes 15. Daisy Rotrame!
3. Cloid Gopher 7. Maude Henderson JUNIOR 12. Ethel Westbrook 16. Audrey Roberts
j 4. Bert Broshears 8. Ralph Greathouse 9. Mabel Cromer 13. Edith Kelly 17. Fern RentjesIrene V. McNamar Bernard ILvmpton Nei.i.e L. Karnes Verda L. Griffin
MOTTO: “uJontylft IHr Eaunrli. fflfyrrr iMjall Iflc Autljnr?”
Class Colors, Purple and White. Class Flower, White Robe.
Annual QJnmnmtmnrnt Sxrrrtara
JFrifoay Enrniuij. fRap Eiylftlj al Siyljt (O’rlnrk at tl|c fH. E. (Elfurrlf
Baccalaureate Sermon by Rev. Julian Atwood Sunday Evening, May Third, at Christian Church.COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM
Professional March - - - Christina Webb
Invocation ..... Rev. Mitchell
Piano Solo .... Verda L. Gridin Oration—“Where Duty Calls" • Irene V. McNaraar
Vocal Solo .... John T. Jones
Piano Duet - Mrs. Hampton and Nelle L. Karnes
Address - John F. Harmon, D. D., Pres. McKendree College Music ..... Male Quartette Presentation of Dinlomas • - - W. A. Kelly
benediction - • - . Rev. Motsinger
Music by OrchestraSENIOR CLASS PLAY
“The Masonic Ring,” or “The Adventures of a College Bride”
Opera house, Apr. 24.1914
Roderick York, a jealous husband........................ —...-....... Bernard Hampton
R»rthoiarnew Jeremiah Farebrother, a detective ................... —......15. W, Simon
Fred Hall, Mrs Roderick York’s cousin ........ i.................—......H. N. Harmon
Mrs Roderick York, (known as Flossie) a young college bride------------ Verde L. Griffin
Ethel Winn, Mrs. Roderick York’s college chum —...Nells L. Karnes
Madame York. Roderick’s mother.............................. Irene V. McNamar
Pence Yoik. Roderick’s sister. ....................... -.........-....Mabel Creroer
Miss Delancey Jones, » friend of the family.__....... ... -.-........... Merle Corbin
Tildie McCormick. Miss Delancey Jones’ fourteen-year old ward.......... —Kriyibe KellySENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Sixteen Years Hence"
By Bkknako Hampton
Sixteen long: years had passed since the famous High School das of 1914 of West Frankfort was disbanded. The class consisted of four very energetic and enthusiastic students. They were rightfully called “The Big Four," all of whom worked co-ordinately among themselves, comparing and contrasting efforts in order to reach the goal in limited time. The members of the class were widely separated and scattered to the four corners of the earth, each one situated as his or her vocation demanded. Each individual was doing the work for which he was most talented.
Cur great country had changed internally in an infinite number of ways. The Panama Canal, one of the greatest engineering feats ever accomplished by mortal and which was finished the year after our graduation, has been one of the greatest occasions
for controversy between us and all foreign nations aud is now being realized by all nations as one of the greatest economizers of marine transportation A great religious war had beeu fought which resulted in the union of all churches to form one large moral institution; the socialistic crowd was still being increased by those w'ho uever expect to have anything; woman suffrage had dominated every state; the Republican party was still divided; the business man was now preaching “High Tariff." the administrations had all been democratic from the time of Woodrow Wilson, sixteen long years hence.
1, while sitting in the White House, assisted by my cabinet, assuming my responsible duties presiding over the several states, absorbed by the different problems concerning the great Civil War atSENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
hand and the tatrVari which arcotap ay it. van suddenly distracted from my work when I seemed to hear the name Nell Karnes spoken by one of my assistants. He and the ones assembled around him seemed deeply interested in something. Just at that time my mind ran back to dear old High School days at West Frankfort about sixteen years ago. and for a moment or so. one thing after another came to my mind at random placiilfe me back in that old room with our dear,,ever-ready and prudent teac.herR standing before us. Hut being very anxious to know how she had been served in those long years. I listened attentively. The conversation ran like this: “I wonder who that Nell Karnes can he. The report says she used to be a pupil at West Frankfort High School in Southern Illinois somewhere. She was very apt and a well balanced, two sided maid who enjoyed the aesthetic as well as
i the business side of life, but is now one of the greatest avtatresses in the world. The paper states she has made a ten thousand mile i?:ght without rest; has turned four flipB in midair at once; has flown topsy-turvy for sixty miles; and is preparing to make a flight across the Atlantic. She has won International fame as an aviatress. She. being a natural physicist in her long school career, is ra pable to. and will, make improvements in the air machines that will be highly appreciated by the Wright Brothers and all the French and Germcn aviators. The paper accounts for her selected vocation partly by her being a little topsy-turvy, flippy and flighty while in school hut this is only theoretical. Nevertheless, she has the peculiarity uncoramonness and attractiveness that is present with all aviatresses and is looked upon by the people as a sort of superhuman, unnatp reck-HliNIOR CJLAHS PK( 1M!EC
loss person whoso personality cannot be appreciated by any one. Hut people have a mistaken lilea of aviators. They are civilized huuians. sensitive to danger, and deserve our sympathy in every respect.
In order to'pass away the time while on my way to the Mexican border line, I amused myself by reading the pages of McClure’s Magazine. I was exhilarated at the sight of the head lines which read as follows: “Vordie Griffin’s New Treatise on Latin.” At once my mind ran back to West Frankfort and the things which we enjoyed. The little, smiling, talkative Miss Veride Griffin, a woman of forethought, soberness and high sense of duty. won the world's champiotiship in “Picking Berries.” She foresaw the real significance and importance of the “Berry Picking” treatJae and declares most emphatically that the treatise is a su
parlor one. Her enthusiasm became absolutely uncontrollable and because of her profound interest and love for humanity she has translated, verbatim, both volumes into Latin, and instead of ponderiug over Ceasar, Cicero. Vergil. Tacitus and Horace. Griffin h translation of the “Berry Picking” treatise will be read in the future by the Classics of all leading (.'Diversities. As expected, the Hying machine was perfected by Miss Karnes. She spent months to get a machine of the right order to carry passengers. The best Universities of both the Orient and Occident have employed her to use her machine in carrying Miss Griffin from one institution to another in order to give all the educational centers an opportunity of being in touch with the greatest authority on Latin that ever lived. Sho 1ms introduced the Esperanto style, plus automobile speed and cradle ease, in interpreting and pro-SKMOR ( LASS l’ROPMKCV
noiincing Latin words. Her “Berry Picking” treatise whs one classic to lie found in all libraries of
Turning the pages a little farther 1 saw distinct ly the head lines as follows: “Irene McNamar. the Great Suffragette." Again my mind ran bark to the little school and the pleasant, faculty at West Frankfort. Miss McNumar. always a diligent, studious and persistent girl in school, hut as f was anxious to learn something of my old school mate. I at once began to read. 1 learned that after her High School education at Wear Frankfort, she went to Chicago f’niversity and gaduated there with B s and A B. degrees. She was sent by a commit-t..». t ;nvost)gale the slum districts ami the protection of the working girls. After which she went to Oxford ( Diversity. during which time she became enthused over the suffrage of women and then spent her time In working fpr woman suffrage and
met with astounding success. She is now the President of the International Federation of Worn an’s Rights.
Thus far I have spoken of the individual members of the (Hass. 1 think it is nothing but proper and fitting to speak of the Class as a whole. Sixteen years had passed since we were initiated into life’s work and without a single exception each member has stood with a firm, unflinching and determined purpose. AII have striven to perform Justly and judiciously all the problems of life. The members were advocates and defenders of honesty, purity, integrity and righteousness, voicing such elements of morality as will help men and women to live a better and richer life. With those stainless lives of womanhood and manhood they will add lustre and glory to the pages of future years, which can never blow' or wash away FINIS.COMMON SCHOOL
Cloid Gopher JUNIOR Mabel O. Greiner FRESHMEN Ralph Greathouse Bert Broshears Stanley Durst
James Reinheimer Alice O’Daniel Maude Henderson
Kthel Westbiook Genii McNamar Audrey Roberts Daisy RotrnmeJ
Kdythe Kelly Helen Jones Fern Rentjes Bessie Clark
HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI
RUBY L. DURST, Teacher........ -1918
BERNARD HAMPTON. 1914
IRENE V. NcNAMAR________________•..-1914
NEELE L. KARNES- -..1914
VERDA L. GRIFFIN___________________1914EIGHTH AND SEVENTH GRADES
N V. Ghkathousk, Teacher
Sylvia Young Helen Gettings Helen Wllderman Jesse Gettings
Domi Monti Harry Dial Heat rice ( 'rain Cecil Swartz
Dimple Oorilou Uflit Roberts A ft on Fleming Wesley Whitaker
Inez Forster Helen Browu Vertiita Jones Willie Roden bush
Hope Stephens Sophia Pascol Grace Jones John Crawford
Edwin Stephens Lissie Rains Gladys Evans Alvin Richerson
Lulu Drowning Dale Drown Ruth Dillon Roger Kelly
Ada Thomas Nelly Sanders Anna Miller Louis Vorberg
Mabel Epperheimer Floy Darnell Nola Mayer Therma Beatty
Bessie Coleman Lillian Hotramel Mary Sinks Harold Specker Lizzie Wall Sara Vaughn Juanita Rharis Emma Russell Cecil Hampton Virgil Coale Fred McNamu Raymond Smith Ransom Frazier Monica Mika lank a George Carter Fred Roberts Lee Hubbs
Robert Epperheimer Kathleen Kelly Johu Craig Hallie Roberts
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J L. Miller, Teacher
• Fay Dorris j • Beulah Murphy Carl Cantrell
' John Harnmasco
Esther Knapp Sylvia Griffin Myrtle Schuable Gail Ice Edna Rogers Ethel Baxter Ethel Coleman Lena Webb Flossie Hampton Thelnia Jones Edith Rotramel Louella Csteen Blancho Spires lna Runnels Jennie Darnell Eva Charles M -et Stefan
Mae Sanders Leah Smith Cpal Whittico Herman Craig Miles Denrmond Warden Parrish Troy Clem Charles Pease Harold Win Yale Downs Marlon Kelley Everett Gettings Fred Wasisco Joe Rogers rkla Rotramel Noble Rains I sad ore Katz
Mary Leponis Marjorie Smith Jessie Crlxn Rondo Sciilley Cleo Hindman Fairy Hill Nellie Elkins Ethel Forester Addle Moore Lotrnl Dixon Louise Smith Marian Kelly
Pella Gkkathogsb Teacher
Alice Pease Catherine Lipe Rapunzel Griftii Gladys Woods Paulino Darnel
Raymond Sanders Cloyd Thompson Quiney Ice Leslie Martin Jewell Y' eBeulah Ragland, Teacher
Loyde Goode Franklin Willis Tony Mvoror James Rotramel Harry Rule
- Fifth Grade
Bertha Meneea Nellie Shafer Edward Kolbert Francis Little
i Evelyn Storey Virdie Parrish Harry Leming Geo. Andrews
Vivian Livesay Beatrice Crawford Louis Rodenbush Eagle Gray
| Zettie Kelley Grace Whaley Leona Carter Royal Dorris
Susie Marrs Beatrice Todd Helen Rogers Garuie Wilburn
Ruby Wildermau Roy Glenn Hazel Halfacre John Gibbons
Myrtle Hartley Gaylord Smith Lillian Little Eddie Brown
Opal Peterson Arlie Coleman Fay Dial Fred Wiusted
Mario Westray Harry Worsham Cathlyne Spears Warren Teague
Minnie Leonard Cecil Murphy Isabelle Seddon Hallle Evans
Goldie Clemons Harry Rodenbush May Parker Carl Specker
Gladys Swartz Beulah Burch Thelma Reed Eddie Green
Mary Parrish Anna Stephen Electa Pertuset Otto Pivoror
Mary Kartis Nina McCHntock Marie Brown Reuben Wade
Florence Southerland Fay Helms Ava Fivash Jessie Kiser
Eva Bonor lr ne Ferguson Rosa Peterson Roscoe '.Villis
Lulu Woodson Eva Young Katherine Raid Wilbur Teague
Clara Hartley Edith Jones Lois Plumlee Elsie Brown Howard JacksonChristina Wrrb r Teacher
Ernest Laventt Fred Th. mas n Vernual Ezell Helen Will more Helen Douglas
Stella Henson Margaret Leponis Hilda Vitale Eva Roberson Margurlte Spears Pearl Murphy Willie Saksas Willie Britton Frank Feldscher Arril Evans Leslie Walls Clarence Jones Addle Dorris Cra e l.nmkin Herman U.'ulcnhush Willie Me.nlI '1 homas Bl !;o George Dial Beatrice Griffin Hiram Hancock I ote Broskia Anna : in
Nannie Jones Arthur Covert Susie Rains Herman Stefan Vivian Roberta Alice Burke Cecil Treece Plaudte Hrazltia Alex Vansach Karl Reaugh Helena Hear Winifred Kelley Flmer Pettifurd I’ttcra Ponzl Willie Russell fitly Coleman Ruby Isaacs Ervin Anlen Arvel Mayor Mauriio Dolaunorifl Beulah He gun (Ho Or eon
Ella Lnpinskis Jolanda Furno Delpbta Farmer Esther Schneider Kate Oliver Essie Downs Hannah Palmer Earl Martin Clarence Martin John Scoby Ethel Freeman Joe Specker Clarence Coleman Julia Madden Eva Go;e Claude Williams Walter Schneider f afe Freeman Katherin Rotramcl Maude Murnh'y Claude Handers Earnest Lunsford
John Spaulding Clarence Spiers James Whittlco Leo Maddox Ransom Sullivan Wadak Shynianiak Edward Summers Lillian Nash Beatrice Nash Lela Walls May Louise Oritfln Nina Brown moiir Misson Ethel Orten Mao Hall George Dooley Emma Tate Mildred Done Mary RrowskinCelia ftoggia Mildred Specker Anna Gnlish Hattie Strock Ruby Williams Lillian Childers Anna Dargan Nina Hannatt Edith Gore Ruby Estes Frank Covert Li I tie Povivor Edward Young
Kva Coals Teacher
Ralph Rains Thomas Newman
Jewel Hayes Earnest .Swartz Lana Elkina Mayme Green lieu lab Ezell Hazel Cabancse Dorothy Dooley Mildred Vitale Emma Stefan Alaen Poole Irene Henley Hazed Downs
Eat hoi Smith Herbert Anderson Edgar Jones Paul Cahaness Andy Morris Henry Rodenbush Roy Ferguson Cortney Critz Fred Vo r berg Howard Farmer Harry Throop John Clemons
Marion IHxoti Joo Rrazitis Stanley Hobbs Lloyd Anderson Olsia Walls Alex Williams Ever otto Groan Cyril Jones Leo Kelley Albert Coleman Maynard Wilson Jesse ('remar
AisNA VN ALLACE, Te» ditr
Arbra Handy Uricka Bandy Leon Cash Marie Dorris Clyde Eubanks
Fourth and Third Grades
Clarence Eubanks Carl Sanders Silvia Cantrell Ray Moake
Blanche Close Annettle Whittington. Pete Chepaskl John Morley
Clarence Gore Harry Webb Clarence Coleman Frances Miller
Dollie Hill Edith Lawrence Ralph Dorris Opal Mooneyham
Roy G. Helms Ruby Whaley Vivian Dorris Mabel Parrish
Roy Helms Erma Man ion Pearl Evans Alex Peters
Lillian Hicks Eva Conner Alberta Gray Samuel Payne
Naomi Miller Ines King Ruby Helms Nola Rogers
Clarence Miller Cora Marburger Inman Weir lna Ramsey
Tom Moake Laverne Avis Lillian Howell Virgil Rich
May Miller Ruby Avery Carrie Ice John Spaulding
Leslie Moore Miles Baker Mae Isaac Delmar Simpson
Blanch Norman Thomas Barlow Frances King Fred Thomason
John Rogers Frank Bergandl Ralph Lawrence Noah Kelley
Fay Rushing Esther Cowan Dessle Letter
Loas Sanders Leouard Cowen Nellie Maddox
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Mary Arvlew John Andrew Howurd Itrr .i olive Ijoimi
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Ira Large Delbert Liresay Thelbert Menee Bmma Murphy Sophia Melek Thelma Pharla f ewis Pa lie Randall Puckett John Potter Tlit'lnm Itotrr.niol Mildred Rule Nellie oilman
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Hannah Thompson Liza Thompson Dorothy Wildarinaii John Wbiinlirook Kva Wilson Matilda Vaughn Loon Williams Leix oiii.ro George Vuroniu Mary 'nnzuki I’r. u Wood non Victor Jones U btl .folios l.ugene Little Vf-Rinf Litlle Cili Larotiti Tony i.Hpinski ilarry Downs Clyde I astro
Hailie Glenn Harold listing John RoMetto Jewel Richersoti Curtis Robertson Mincrvia Summer Mary Summers Perry Sinks Kdna Strock (•ora Sutherland Noble Sutherland it it t h Scoby Lena Swoflford Nettie Swoffonl Bessie Schneider Ruby Shaffer Helen Cabaiiess Ryron Fuller Klixabeth Pouter
Mary lUrtnniM Frank Bella Mary Bella l eslie Burke Rosa BunchI Paul Coleman Mary Gelch Mary Odovin John Gdovin Cora Graves Clara Healer Herbert Henter Gladys Harper Dentil Ha umot da Andrew Hale Maggie Hamilton Lloyd Ferguson Lena Fitzgerald Lela Keldsch i
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Alii Seddeil Cpl« Simmon Melon l. lal Nellie Meiteeno Ople Oleui relia Perterfc Herima Bergandy •fohii (lanieuer Frank Stephen-Pyril Fisher Hoy Nash •Gertrude Ituxsrll
Karl West ry Frank ll»» Curry •lo VaM«iH’U 1.4‘hIIi’ Khoiiiheimei John Daunts •Ioh Waxhani Andy G l)ovi»i Annie Hitluki Anna James Mary Monti Mary Bunki Vesta Kivasa Anna Devim
Mention Srohy -Mary cuheihi Max tine Kink. Mareful Sinks Myrtle Burke Ueuiuh Gore Minnie flliodcr Sophia BohUI John Whilraker I'reil Olhver Wnlie ('lemons Itaymomi Thomason
Mary I«mvkiim Miletirn LoiIomIhi
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Burl Burn II Clide Smith
Krp ' »tx Weav« ir Gilbert Martin Thomas Kirby KvernU lioekiuau Jamos Ue il John RoHrfiihiisli Delisil Hammonds Bonin Schneider Bonne. Wright. Joltrib Ksi«H Vhoe ..' Criifin
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hort 'tn len y RoryU IVeane Opal Wright
Hazel KrIof Pearl Brooksheer Bona frees r.
Ole a Adams Ina Best Pearl FouIk Freda Slafau Tpiut Vena Stella Stnuckti Km ina Turkey Maggie Serenas Kdiih Graved Jack Rains
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Anna Pivinor Mary ; tiiol11 i Ro:;h Tcnellg Kiln a Reciu.r Mary StlrzlB Fdith Raisins Anna Kartes Mary Sham mock Oarrh
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Ruby Di kst, Teecher
Kolia Gains Willie Golden
Jimmie Auiulniiii Marry rhotHHKon
Fritz S(}U rs Vr.il Arview
John Proehku John Mini
Jimmie Golcli Paul T'arueU
Toney Aduck Russel Murtin
Lowell A) bright UiiHsei Pool
Vida Hulbka Herbert Robertson
10wet Hutbka Gretni Cabuess
Joe Met'alius Loo Tion is
Joe yhemuck Vergil Westry
Bernard Tab well Jack Kura
Cecil Weaver Joe Kurz
Leroy Funlk Paul Kurz
Burum Foil Ik William Fenton
Lucille Pertussei Klbei While
Sophia McCallu UuMi Giidowtdi
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Goldie Dadds Elina Verdun no
Mary Kurz Med a Fruuki
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Anna ColisaYagt- Stella liesslor
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Forest White Nettie Pain Alien Dodson Otto Russell David I _Jynon
Hilda Burgomia Jessie Ham Jett Marion Patiorsoti Oeneiva Hinmau Lurile liurtly Melvin Rushing Robert Shafer Burnie Plasters Joe Poieato Elmo bavis Phillip Wilson Arthur Morgan Johnnie Husqueto RurneR Henson Pete Busqueto Hubert Madox Alfa Evans Tonnie Carter Ken it h Steal Veto Brand
lloy Duck worth Willie Scarlett Karl Heartly Paul Coalman Loom Good heater Lawttsdale Alfa Turner Anna White Hazel Kubanka Lilia Parish Howl Kama Mable LUvay Maud Helms Palmetta Dausin Mildred Dorris Mahle Winstead Hellen Newlin Dean Fly Madolin linker Lola Bryor
Cecil Dausin Pearl Morgan ifcMiluh Parish Lillian Dorris L’fa Parish Hazel Scarlett Mable $carlett Nina Hhinhammer Oracle Downs Kllen Lincoln Kloise Hamlegan Allie Helms Mary Hale Artie Lawrence Kdna Last Katie Bunky Lucy Gace Rosa Carter Paul Cantrell Lena Perona
Wilson Whittington Cecil Sanders Noble Osteene Cttis Baker Howard Glbbins Harold Sanders Frankie Hallowingar Tons Prona Riley Mitchell Carl Mitchell Frankie Weeman Curl Cottis Koti i Hi Heroin a Orval Childers Kuron Peterson A'fa Cefaski Jobnle Lincoln Pete Kadoro Mary Pleato
WITHIN THE LAW
To steal—a kies.
To shoot—the rapids.
To slash—a skirt.
To heat—a carpet.
To cut—an acquaintance.
U—nexpected company. N—ot prepared.
— W. F. H. H.
i)ead—The word describing the condition of a senior after a test.
Here’s a funny item; "Cow walks into bank.” Nothin’ funny about that. She wanted to have her milk certified.-— Freshmen.
A hoy who had been absent from school for several daya returned with his throat carefully swathed, and presented this note to his teacher:
"Please don’t let my son learn any German today; his throat is so sore he can hardly speak English.”—A Junior.
LOST!—By Prof Harmon—Hi Equilibrium Finder please return to the philosophy class and receive reward.—A Senior
I suppo=e you never quarrel with your wife?..
Cer.ainly notl” renlipd Mr. McCollum. "I am merely a husband, not a lion tamer.”
Harmon—“Where did you get that bump on your head?”
Kreshik—"Oh, (hat’s where a thought struck me.”TRIBUTE TO ADVERTISERS
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He lov -d ihp iinvi! chorus,
Each day his hammer raged.
Loudest of all the knockers,
Look where they have bioi caged.
“Life is one long series of bumps.”
BERNARD—“Gee! but i d like to be the census.”
Mable— “ Why?”
Bernard—"Because it embraces 18,000,000 women.”
A plain gold ring was placed on Nelle’e finger, br Prof. Harmon, during the third act of “The Maaonic Bing.
“A MERE MAID”
“Come on outl” said the sailor bold unto the
“I would,” said ehe "But mercy me, I haven’t a thing to wear.”—Irene McNamar
Neele K —"Which divorce colony are you going to?”
Vkkda G.—“1 haven’t been able to find out which has the best bureau of publicity.”
The rpason one half the world doesn’t know how the other half lives is because they don’t advertise.
Student in Physics—“Could you get a shook by holding to the receiver of a telephone?”
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WESrr FRANK ? li !DO NOT FORGET
when in need of the best there is in Men’s, Women’s and Children’s Clothing, Shoes and Furnishings that you can always find just what you most desire at prices to suit at
The Model - I. SusmanHEN YOU DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY WITH US you are protected not only by the largest paid up capital cf any bank in West Frankfort and a Board of Directors of unsurpassed character and ability, but, in addition, by a bond in the American Guaranty Co., of Columbus, Ohio.
West Frankfort Bank Trust Co.M. KATZ
Dealer in Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery Shoes and Furnishings
Your Trade Will Be Highly Appreciated
ONE PRICE TO ALL--THE LOWEST
PETER WASHER, Pres. C. W. CHIN, Cashier
J. M. SEYMOUR. Vice Pres.
W. C. CRIM. Ass’t. Cash. 1. R. EVANS. Ass't. Cash.
West Frankfort State Bank
Capital and Surplus $32,000
Your Business in Our Line SolicitedD. C. CRAWFORD
General Merchandise Wagons Buggies Harness
Our merchandise is chosen horn the besi manufacture).' tin . • .i t
Wc will appreciate your business and treat you light
West FranKfortWESTBROOK Always Has the Latest Up-to-date Goods at Low Prices Webster's Drug Store
S. L. Plumlee Dealer in Feed and Groceries Your Patronage Kindly Solicited Prescriptions Accurately Compounded -West Frankfort j Lumber Co.
Lumber Paints Cement Oils Builders' Hardware
Your Surplus Will Earn 4% in Our Bank
Do you realize that at the conservative rate [ of four per cent interest, compounded semi-an- ■ Dually, one dollar in fifty years will multiply itself more that seven times.
If you could today put out $1,000 at 4 per cent compound interest, and leave it undisturbed for fifty years, in 1964 it would have grown to $7,247 automatically, with no effort on yuur part.
Have You Any Compound Interest Working For You? Remember We Pay 4 Per Cent.. There's No Time Like the Present to Start That Bank Account at the
FIRST NHONAL BANK I
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