Garfield High School - Benedictus Yearbook (Terre Haute, IN)

 - Class of 1931

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Donnelly, Vogel, Kirchner, McDaniels, Acton, Jenkins, Eder, Herbert, Campbell, Chappell, Albin. Reeves, XYIIQSIET, Coy, and Short. INTERCLASS CHAMPIONS -If 1531 -' Xiu: I-If-xv V1 nl sie- 469- -big. giyig. gi-. -in 'ESSIZSSJIEQSPIZQQHEQQXQEQQHIEQQ Uhr ZEPIIPDIITIIE P531fE'9j?iE15,3NE'Q3iiE3'1EfZ?' . 1 'nf ,, IQ . . N. Q .K 1 Wim : '31- 'iflf - - Eva. -- R--564' 14, 15131 Xin' fu-riyllf vi 9 nv Q9 W9 V QW 'W" ?' 'W' 'G' 'i' 'Tr' 'G' Ab ,Ab mb QQQQN Elf mf rioilffoaffo' Qo?EoinFo2i 'off 'feilfeillfeillfealierlfeilfev Ellie ifvnvhiriua Za!g..awls.siatIr,tls.a Girls Athletic Association IRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION has had a very successful year under the di- rection of Miss Leisey and through tie sp e l l ndid cooperation of the officers and different committees. We welcomed many new members into the club, and they have shown themselves to be eager to plunge into the work as well as the fun. Hockey. swimming, volley ball, basketball, baseball, and track were the chief sports of the year. Several parties were given. both by the new girls and old, and by the club as a whole. The crowning event was the G. A. A. play. "Easy Pickens," given May 1, 1931. I am sure we all agree that it was a great success, The officers for the year 1930-31 were. ....President Mary Sullivan ..... ,,,,....... President Clara Crawford .... Helen Jones ,,,.., ....... S ecretary and Treasurer In June, many girls received awards for their efforts and accomplishments. Mary Sullivan was awarded the silver cup for being the best all-around G. A. A. girl. Those receiving Service Pins for devoting four hours a week to service in the gym were: Luella Paton Mary Kendall Dixie Frazier Doris Hackler Girls who were awarded sweaters for having 900 points were: Elizabeth Gall Clara Crawford Dorothy Sartain Wanda Detrick Hilda Edwards Irene Poleski In addition to these and numerals given out awa1'ds, Madonna Briggs Lois Kendall Lena Pearl Graf there were a large El 3 1 H- 1 Xiuctff-nine' Mary Sullivan number of letters. rnonograms. dw QW? Min miavmiv min Q90 Qin giayqwg qwgygif, Qwg gwf, ev? - :I 9 In I' 2 ov 3 V4 O ,eu Iii'- 6' 3 1' 3 y 1 3. C-ll -33" N E! T3 4-0 33, o-to "I 0-ll 5 151 fi'- -.21 GJ 9 .-QV, .W- r' Q f 4' ,QR In N T157 ,I I 5 'I 9., Ai fab VAN Vgilvav 049 fav oem UQEAIAN qpgaev. aes gag GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO PP g-4 U3 Lx: Q-4 'I' Om: Ilflurlrr-rl vww'wWQWwwW 1 4 Ekgmmmmwmmea '553IEEQIEQQIEQQIEQSQIQQQIQSQ UHF f5PHPhifiUf'2f i4,4iQ,QlQIQ,Q1g,4IQQQIQQQ w 1531 4 ' One Huzzrlred One legauiai.. 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Hylton, therefore, that we dedicate the Benedictus ofl93l. PN Y. Yu: 1' 5 - J. a-15. . 1, "' ,f 4 r ml' , , .mn QBA.. ' wa? .4 P in V1 QL' 1 v 1 1 dia EGP ego Jw wa mv wa I gpg! GWQH vpufgqj, W ,590 Q fieiilgitesitiiibiif iii? Uhv IEPUPNFTUE Lies!223:,QIEeSIQ,QIEg33?I42SIEE39 E, the Benedictus Staff of nineteen hundred thirtyone, wish to express our great appreciation to the Advertisers, who, by their loyal support and cooperation, helped make possible the commemoration of the pleasant days just passed at Garfield High School. H- 1531 'I' One Hundred Seven 55- sae- is-. an-W, -6-. W, . fa-..--5. --.. '-. --..-'-. 'A 'f2elf22s!Iz23I22sfI5234123392232 Uhr Ernvhxrtua 'E23ifEsfsiEf23H3iEfa3iEI2'?Elie .111xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxlxxuxxxxxxsxxxxxxxxxxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxixx I Million Users wrote thisf 5 Year Q Guarantee 5 I ' I l n ' n , n , 4 , n 1 , I 5 I 5 I 5 A MILLION STRONG? 2 i THE LIST OF M- E 5 GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS E l E Owners grows with a tremendous pace with the story of E I CARE FREE and EXPENSE FREE. : E Inspect the new sliding shelves, new acid resisting porce- 1 : lain interiors-Finger-tip Door Latches. I : There is a model ideally suited to your home. I 9 See it at our show rooms today. I , 0 5 TEHRE HAUTE, INIJIANAPUUS ANU EASTERN THAUTIUN UU. E : 'mam-: HAUTE llnzu. I l 151 3 1 0710 Illfnrlrml Eight '14 4-it if fir 6,-G. Air ew. - . .-G-..-9-..-9-..-6-..-6-..-'-.:H-. fe112291529152342291223915231 E119 5391195117115 E KEEP the memories of E ' Graduation forever E fresh with Photographs! E 5 OUR Special ojfers to E E Graduates make it E E possible for you to buy E E good photographs, Martin E E Tru'Tone Photographs, E E at no more than the usual E E price of the ordinary kind E MA R T I N , S 5 6812 WABASH AVE. 5 -1- 15 3 1 'I' Our- Humlrctl Nine 516- Asif- eff- SPMSQ- R61 si, . rw. .-9-. .in ww-, .-'-. faslfeaeleeislzgeleeelaeilleeil Uhr EPIIPWFTIIE : """'------------------- w . --------------------------- a E Sure, I'1l See You and the E E DAVIS 32 STUKER E 5 Rest of the Gang E E Groceries and Meats E E Down at E E C-6525 E e . 4 5 MAC'S E 2 FREE DELIVERY 5 a ........................... ' 1 .........,................ ,' "What did Sir 'Walter Raleigh say to Elizabeth when he laid down his coat for her to walk on?" Student tafter thinking a whilel: "Step on it, kid." xxxxxnxxx111xxxxxxxxxx11x1Qx1111xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxsxuna E MORGE DELIVERY CO. E g C. E. Morge, Mgr. E TRANSFER STORAGE HEAVY HAULING C-3351-C-3352. Terre Haute, Ind. xxxxxxsxxxx1uxxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxnxxxmxxxxxxxuxunxx Bob S. says his new sweetie is a bird of a girl. She's pigeon-toed, chicken-hearted, goose-necked, owl-eyed. pigeon-breasted. canary-voiced, and fowl-mouthed. 115mxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxx xxx:xxxxgxnnxnxxxunsxxxuxxxx l F I I VICKROY'S ART 8a : E I I I v 4 : GIFT SHOPPE : : 5 n : New Location-112 X. Sixth St. : : : : Pictures. Frames. Greeting Cards, : : : 5 Gift Novelties. I g N 5 : "If It's Worth Keeping, It's Worth : : : : Framing." : : : k--------------------------.' : : A SPICY TALE f I First Salesman: "What do you Sell?" : : Second Salesman: "Salt." n I First: "Why, I'm a salt Seller, too." : : Second: "Shake." 4 , f--------.---,-------------: E : n v : C. R. SMITH, GROCER 5 g g 4 , n 9 v Q Food Products : j STEWART S : A 4 n n : Famously popular for more : : : : than thirty years. : : : E Three telephones at your : E E I service. : I 1 I 4 I I I 4 I I 'P 15 3 1 '14 H nr Ilu mlrul Tru 1E243I??f?!lF??3lf3?flFfE'?IlF?E'?lE?'? Eh 13 ift lfgilffgiffgilfgilfiblmlm' A5 9455 VAS 05bArfAv WAP A P P -qeg. .qesiffgg -qgghgggllgggl I I I Any Time and Any Place can I 4 I 4 4 5 SAYRE gf C0- 3 5 MACE TIRE AND 5 5 4m'md0m0Sm 5 5 BATTERY SERVHHQ 5 : Big-yr-les, Veloclpedes, Coaster : :Sales and Service for Goodyear : : Wagons and Sporting Goods 4 : Tires. Delco Batteries, Tydol Gaso- : . . . I' . 1 ' . : Repairs and Equipment lor all : : me am Veedol Motor 0115 : , K. d f B. I 71 4 , 412-414-416 0HIO ST. 4 : m S 0 Nyc es' : : Herbert N. Mace, Owner : 4 1 4 4 .xxnxxnxxuxxxnxxxxxnnxux11111 nxxxxxxnxxxxxxxxuxsxnxxxxxxx' Bob T. ftranslatingl: "Three tirnes I clasped her round the neck-," 'nd that's as Ear as I got last night, Miss Larnmersf' lxuxxxxxxxuxxnxxnuxxxxxsxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxuxxxxxxxxxxnxx 4 I I I I I g QUALITY ABOVE ALL 1 I 5 2 I Q HERFF JONES COMPANY 1 5 E E Manufacturers of g Q I E CLASS RINGS, ANNOUNCEMENTS AND CLUB PINS E 1 I 4 I E Indianapolis E 4 I E Official Jewelers and Stationers to the Class of 1931 I I I p I Pauline C.: "I wish to ask you a question concerning a tragedy." Mr. Clogston: "Well?" Polly: "What is my grade?" .u1xnxxnunmnxxuxxnnnnnxxnannu .xxanuxxxxxnnxxxxxnxxnxxxxxxu I I I 4 I I I 4 2 BERT M. RAINES 1 1 CITIZEN 'S MARKET Q I I I 4 E Prescription Druggist E E 1241 Lafayette Ave. E 4 4 4 l - . . , , , , Groceries and Meats fruits and ' E 125,000 Prescriptions Filled in 26 E E vegemmel. E : Years at : : Service and Lots of It. : E SIXTH AND LOCUST STS, E E We Deliver. Phone C-1475. E 4 4 4 .xxxxxxsxuxxxxxxxxxsxxuxxxxu1 .xxxsxxsxxsxmusxssxxxxxuxxxxu e 1531 + 0 n rf fIlI71llI'F'ff E Zcren sis. Asia- asia- siiayeip. Asia- sip- - -sieve?-veeiay-eibwevo eva dm -5asIagalrgaltgeiterlaeelege Elin Eenehurtua eeafteslaalegeleeelegeIas BQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQHQQQSQQQ IQQQQQQKIZQQQQHQQQQQQQ I I I I THE LA SALLE SHOP I I , : : 5 Compliments of I Correct Dress for Women and I I : Misses 3 g GEORGE E. WALLACE 4 4 4 4 4 4 1 es North sim sm-et I I Atlantic City, N. J. : Edna Henry. Chas. Van Houtin. : : 4 4 Young Man: "Press this suit." Tailor: "Sure." Young Man: "Believe I had it done here last time." Tailor: "I've only been here two years," eyeing the suit. r--------------------------.' Z---------------------- 4 4 4 I F. A. LEITH I I J. M. BIGWOOD 4 4 4 j Groceries and Meats : : 82 SON CO, : Our Motto : : . . 4 4 4 Jewelers, Opticians : "Quality: Price, Service" : : I Too LAFAYETTE AVE. I I 20 N' 6th St' 4 4 4 . : Phones C-2388-2389 : : Established 1877 f ' I "Shall I brain him?" cried one boy. "You can't, it's a Freshman, so just hit him on the head." E------..------------.-------: i--------------------.. 4 : KALOS BEAUTY g : SWAN 4 I 4 I SHOPPE : I Terre Haute's Family I . I . Theatre : Blanche M. FTISZ, Prop. I : I : I Where Talking Pictures Sound E Phone C-7776 : E the Best. : 305 Citizens Trust Bldg. I 4 Thg pick 0' the Best, 4 I 4 f 1111 111111 1111111111111111 Boy to Librarian: "May I take the Girl of the Limberlost out over the week end? .1111111111111111111111111111111111111 I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 11111111111111111111111111111111111111 Compliments of HOOSIER LUMBER Lafayette Ave. and Ash ff 15131 Une Huurlrrd Twrlve 11111111111111111 CO. Street Phone Crawford 8601 Q69 Q60 Q69 BWV QW!! B60 QWH I 4 gig gqpygwg gig Q65 lgilg gap QQiliieilieilifiillffeilieilfgi HP Benvhirtua feillffgilfieilfeilieillegilliei' FAS dnb Ven dgv due vav Wah ge? 4 ELG yes ge? yep Ya? riivivIvliliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin rxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx11111111 ' DR. WARD ' ' 4 : I : WmLC,KUNKLER g 4 4 4 , : DENTIST : 5 SURGERY 5 4 4r 4 g 5 g 0-3426 B 1'-asm I , Cnr. 9th .fc Wah. Phone H-3071 , , : -1 0 . . U E Lady Attendant. E : ..l- T. H. Tlllht Bld,.. : ' 4 xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx .xxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxx i---.------------.------------3 '.------------------ ..... ---a I DR. S. L. SINCLAIR I I DR. PAUL NICHOLS I 4 1 DR. O. R. RUTLEDGE 4 E DENTIST E 4 . 4 DEXTISTS : 4 Phone Crawford 3405 4 : Special attention given to extract- , : Rooms 6 8: 7-1255 Maple Ave. : 4 ' d X-Ray work. Open eve- 4 4 ' 1 1 , V 4 : iiiigfjln Phone C-6654. : : G55 'md x'Ra5 Selina' : : 12 Point State Bank Bldg. : : T9l'1'9 Hallie- 1110- : xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxsxxxxxxxxxxx -xuxxxnxxxxnxuxnx111-111111-h , v xx5xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxuxunxxxxxx , 4 4 4 4 4 4 : DR. FERGUSON . . , . : I 1 Compllments of 2 : Special Attention Given to S : : : Athletic Injuries. : : DR. D- : 4 4 4 I 124.26.2s south Sixth sr. : : : 5 unn,u,,,,,,,g L..-.---..-.......--------------: First Partner: "In what position does 1fUNCTURED your son wish to enter the business?" D93191'f 'B9119V91U9- m1Sf91'-Y0UW011'f Second Partner: "Well, as far as I can make out, he wants to start near the top and loaf upward." get a better tire at the price anywhere ithat's flat." Customer: "Yes, I bought a tire here a month ago, and that's nearly always flat, too." Brown was a stranger in the city. It was eveningf A man approached. "Sir," he said, "your beacon has ceased its functions." "Wl1at'?" gasped Brown in astonislunent. "Your illuminator, I say. is shrouded in unmitigated oblivion." "I don't quitefn "The effulgence of your irradeator has evanescedf' "My dear fellow-" "The transversal ether ascillations in your incandeuser has been discontinued." Just then a little newsboy came over and said, "Say, mister, yer lights are out." "Who was the most daring robber that ever lived?" "Jesse James." "Wrongg Atlas-he held up the world." 'If 'If 1531 0116 llzzmlrcrl Tl1i1'!uc'11 febg.tsaai.:3a,ws3qra:meg ,Ee 41 .5 we if-'wf'M-img sb- ' av - S N' - '1 - ' . . . 5,elg,W,,.,,si.,si5,sl5,e Uhr ,anim Il'lI1I5 -segigeaifsefim-gegiyeqm. JA: aehAuahLaawAgAq ans gag .mgxxx-1---Q-1-----1-1--Q-,---u-111-1xxxxg---1----1-11111.-mug I I I I I I I I E HOTEL DEMING E I I I Terre Haute's Most Popular Hotel E I I E The Deming's Large and Beautiful Ballroom is the Logical I I I E Place to Hold Your Blue Tri, Hi-Y, Class Dances, E 4 I E Athletic Banquets, and Luncheon or Dinner E E Parties. Come to the Deming Where You E 1 I I Know the Food and Service Are Enjoyable. E E E 4 I 4 I 9 I xxxxxxxxxxxxx-nxxxxxxnx1xmnxxxxmxxxxxuxxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxnxxxnxx' Mr. Zinimermanz "Why are you always late to school?" Bob Thomas: "Cause of the sign I have to pass on my way here," Mr. Zinimerinant "What has that to do with it?" Bob. T.: "Lots, why it says, 'School ZoneAgo sl0w'." xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx1xxxxxx1xxxxxsxxxxxxxxxxxuxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxxxv I I E 'ro MAKE THE EVENING COMPLETE E E We Suggest E I THE AMERICAN BARBEQUE : E for Good Eats, Fine Music, Snappy Service. E : You can go to bed at your usual time with our service. : E Dandng Pernuded. FYank and Dudky F.vvnuane E L ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ' "That scar 011 your head must be very annoying." "Oh no. it's next to nothing." F """""""'"""""' 1 7 """"""""""""" 7 I BOWLES-STAFFORD E 1 PAITSON BROS. E g I Q sHoE mZBt'11.nElcs j I g I : Most convenient for State : : 4 Students, 4 I 4 1 1 I : 10N N. Ttll St. Phone C-1654 : : 4 : Work called tor and delivered : : : without extra charge. : 4 n 4 I xxxxnxsxxxxxxxxxsxxmxxxxxx v 'Z' On' xx 15131 mx A Bakery. A Grocery. A Meat : Market. 1 The Complete Food Store. : n A variety ot baked goods fresh : from our ovens daily. I 4 .. I Fnteenth and Locust. 4 .--------.--------------.J 'P lluurlrr fl l"uul'fri1'11 PI' Sw- -Ga 465- mia- ASQ- 165- sw- ' - sin- .siaw-A911 dia- -sin -sig QW 'asIfseelsaelzeeleeelfseeieee Uhv QPITPDIFTUE xxxxxxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I BROWN 'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 116 South Sixth Street It will pay you throughout your life to attend a college whose :repu- tation is nation-Wide, and that is why BroWn's alone can satisfy you. "Before choosing a Commercial School, Ask 'Is it accredited by the N. A. A. C. SV' WRITE FOR CATALOG 116 South Sixth Street. Terre Haute, Ind. 1---------------------------------..------------------------- Student: "May I turn over the page?" Teacher: "No, we'11 have no acrobatic stunts in here." xxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxxxxxxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxuxxxxxxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I WEST'S DRUG STORE b'?6'i THE NORTH SIDE PRESCRIPTION STORE Zi ON THE CORNER SINCE 1901 xxxxxxxsxxxxxxxxuxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxuxxxxxnxxxxxxxxxx Army Surgeon texamining cow-boy rookiei: "Did you ever have Cow-boy: Surgeon Cow-boy Surgeon "No, sir." ' "What are you doing with the bandageon your wrist? Rattlesnake bit nie." t'Why, don't you call that an accident?" C. B.: "Naw, he did it on purpose." xxxxxxxxx I I I I I I I I I I I 1xxxxxxxxxxxxxuxxxxnxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxxx JAMES E. PERRY 104 Monument Circle, Indianapolis, Ind. Class Pins, Rings, Commencement Invitations Representing AULDS INCORPORATED any accident? Kiiiiiiiixii I I I I We Are Furnishing Rings and Pins to the Class of 1932. I I xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx One Humlrcrl Fiftven xxxxxxxxxxx ff Q X kill! P19171 Mum! MMD rf sm- -sie, .as sis- -as sm- .en I .-..,. fe- ,Q 49: 499- -.gr -QA: -?5.f 'flgi' -his-' .nw feel gag' ffelfeflseflfgsflveeileevlvQfi Gln' Brnvhirtua sxxxxxxxxxxssxxsxuxxxxxxxxxx I I : : E Look Smart and Feel Comfortable g 9 , all Snnnner Long With One of Our : H11 make our own : : PGFIIHXIIGIITS. GlVEl1 to Slllt All : Fresh llome Made : : Types at Moderate Prices. : Candy. : : I I 4 : 1272 L3fE'1YelIlI6 AX'9. : : 30 SO St : Compliments From I I CARL WOLF E Kuppenheimer and Michael Stern Clothes, Stetson Hats, Fine Shirts, Q Cooper Underwear, Rugby Sweaters. : Always Priced Right. We Solicit Your Patronage. I : Pete Van H-orn. Billy Neal. I 631 WABASH AVENUE I 11xsxxxx1xxxxxxxxxnnxnxxxnxxxxxxx When he first came to see her, He showed a Illlllfl heart, And when the lights were low, They sat this far apart, Anil when his love grew warmer, Anrl learnenl the joy of a kiss. They knocked out all the spaces, Anfl satnpc-loseliketliis. One Student: "Why all the upholstery. boy xxxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxxxxxxx qu other Student: "I've got to see Mr. Zimmerman. The belt's to keep my trousers u 11, Dear Ulsl Larly: "How do yon like school n Hoy: "I like it closed, lafly'?" and the suspenrlers to keep my courage up." iy little man?" Edna Wallace: "I haven't my lesson today." Teacher: "Yon ought to be shaken." Erlna: "I am sh21kin'!" Um' llrfnrlrfrl S i,l'lI'f'H I33?IFg?!I?35I?3?9I'?35I??i?PIf???J Uh E ifrt ??3?If???I??5IiI?3?If5f?2If?Silifgfi ,Ah 635 :feb dei 035 UAB dnb P P I 435 035 ini HQ! Hgh Hgh WAN IfQnlniiQIIIUHIQQQQQIQQIQII11IQ11111QQIIQHHIIIIQIQIIII , . MR. AND MRS. C. B. THOMAS E FUNERAL HOME E 2 2200 North Thirteenth Sheet E E Transferring Phone C-3805 E . 4 ! nnnnnnxnxxnxxnngxnxxnxxxuuxnx111xxxxxxxxuxxuxnxxnxxxxxxnxxnx Girl: "DOn't you dare kiss me again." Boy: "All right. I'll stop." Girl: "Don't you dare! Kiss me again!" xxexxxxxxx11x1xxxnxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxx 4 I 1 l : I 5 COMMERCIAL BANKING E g Y g SAVINGS 5 5 TRUSTS 5 E SCHOOL SAVINGS E E SAFETY BOXES 5 5 INSURANCE E 1 E Q TERRE HAUTE TRUST COMPANY g E Wabash Avenue at Seventh Street E ' I 1 : ssxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx11xxxxxxxxnxxnxxnuxnsxxxxxxxnxxxxx' "Tell ine, darling," Said a Sophomore girl to an 'inspiring young Freslunan, "am I the only girl you ever loved?" "Yes," answered the Freshman, "but-ah-I have hopes." QQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQHHQQQIHHHHHHQQQQQQQQQQQQQHQQQQHHQHQQQHHQQHQ ' v WARASH COMMERCIAL SCHOOL : THE LEADING BUSINESS TRAINING SCHOOL OF INDIANA. Q E Your Friends Have Trained Here. Come in and E A I Talk With Us. : E Accredited by the American Association of Vocational Schools. E E SEVENTH AND OHIO STS. PHONE C-5554. E uxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxmxxxxxxxxxxxxxuxxxnxxxxxxxxxxxxsxxxxxxx 'P 1 H 3 1 -P Our' Ifumlrrrl Srrrivfrcn .-wg. msg. .aw-. .aw-. .-wb. .-6-. Aw-. - -, . .-if-. ,-9-,Q-. .-ir, fa w .4 Q24lf2gsAl533'I223Jl'E2S4lE33PlC223! win' Qwiwhtriua figliligilwliglfigiligiilfiei ------------------------.--- --.-------e.--------- 4 4 4 I 4 I : SNYDER'S ART g : W. H. FELTUS : STORE g : 4 4 4 : Greeting: Cards for all Occasions. : : DRUGS : Pictures. Frames. Kodaks and : : I Supplies. Tallies and Place Cards. : : 7th St' and Sth Ave : 21 South Tth St. Phone C-5577. : I I Terre Haute. Ind. : I Teue Haute' Ind' L.-------------------------J L--------------------- Teacher: "Name three articles containing Freshie: "Two cutTs and a collar." A--V.---------------.--.----- 4 4 Q 4 starch," xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx E INDIANA BLUE PRINT 5 5 E COMPANY E 5 W H E R E I I 4 ' -. , . ' ' 4 E Tlllltj-H1169 South Fifth St. : : would you be able to buy the 4 Terre Haute, Ind. E E better grades of I Rapid Blue Print Service. I : 2 X,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, : I Auto Accessories, Ignition JUST THE XVORD : Tony: "I've been trying To 'think of I P2lI'tS, G0lf ClllbS, P21113 f01' El word' two weeks."- i .- on : Palilloggdel-'HOII about IOlf1ll,,llt. 4TllQ : Fords and Chevys than ,x I f""""""""""""' 4 ' 4 4 : I Compliments of E : FISC1-IER'S I 4 4 ' 4 A 4 ' : ST RK SCHOOL FOR : I 9th gl Wabash 329 Ohio st g DANCING g 5 I E : I 14 W. National, Brazil : 7l71f3 Wabash Ave. : I 4 4 : -nxxxxsxxxxxsxxxxxxxxnxxxxnx xxxxxxx Teac-her: "Make a sentence using the word 'IliaIlenI'." Bright Junior: "Men who drink white Inule diarleln sight quicker than those M110 Ilon't." ---------------------..---ug ru--- 3 5 - g R. B. APPEL , : 4 4 : I I : Jeweler. Optometrist, 4 4 .. 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H .1 .. xl Ja 41 2.1.,J Elie Evnriiriiui ???i?3?I5??l5fiifgiifgitlfgi' gemwfag gB5AgAg geg gag 1 HAS dbh FAB JAH 055 deb 05? President ., , Donn Gossoni Vice President ,, ,.,, Ernest Barnett Second Vice President . llen Stahl Secretary Treasurer ..,Marjorie Worthington Advisor ,,,, ,, Miss Payton Senior Class HIS class has proved an excellent one in its tour years at Garlieltl, It selected as class colors blue and silver. and as its iiowers sweet peas. The class success- fully edited the Royal Purple and the llenetlivtus. Its senior year has heen lnost outstanding under the leadership of Donn Gossoni, who was president ot' the t-lass in its l senior year as well as its junior and sophomore yt,-ars. The Senior t-lass play. "Noth- ing: But the Truth," was the "hit" ot' the first terni. The cast as a whole starred, per- forming like professionals, though niost of the nienihers had had little t-xperieiu-e. This class is unique in that it is the tirst one to hold a January voiuinent-einent, The C'0Il1lll6llK'E'lll9llt exercises were held January 111 in voliiievtioii with tlerstnieyer and Wiley High St-hools. Donald Mattox, speaking on "Vision," save the address represent- ing Garfield. The Iirst three Senior panels are uf students graduating in January, while those following are nt' the .Iune graduates. v -1- 1 H 3 1 f Tir. nlrf-our I 1 4 M W ,A ' - efiayeia- 'Q '- - -sifwsa-vQsy-QiaQv-eiay-efva- -aim. , E, -q f585fF.,2SAE2SiQ' Uhr Einwhrrtua -52:Msgexagsmsgemzizemsgsisge' CHARLES MCCRORY ANNE KINTZ MORFYDD GRIFFITH HARRY RIGGS CLIFFORD SHANDY CARL PRICE 1- PRED BAGANZ EVA PAYE PHILIPPE K " P LL. , , V n 15 3 1 -If 'l'1I'f'7llxl'!1r0 Q70 map :ma 594160 mfo mib ' wif: QVHYQWUYWWFYGJ GWB db 'EiSNESQIQEQIEQQAEQESQIQIQQIQSQ WIP MPHPNFTUH ""-1 7' 910513 NORMAN TUCKER X DOVIE JENNINGS HERMAN GATEWOOD WAYNE SHAW JAMES cox ERNEST BARNETT PAUL COX MURIEL CARTWRIGHT Q55 Z.1..1.- -F 1531 'X' Tlvf 21 111-HIVPC dia-'15 mikqsii-VC' N" IQ - - -3 - -eifrufiw-eiay-eiffwia-y-efva -em 533153, wlgr ihrnwhrriua Qsgsxfzgsxiiembgsmsgemsgsisftm' XVARREN BILLER VIVIAN CROINIWELL DON MATTOX HELEN LONIS S4 1 n 1 H31 -P 'l'1r1nlrf-fnu ALICE CARTER BASIL MILLER OPAL GIBSON ROBERT ELDREDGE .5-. .li-. 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' 'Q T15 X :Lk bx QI-v 4 L11 yr, ,D 'E 'l'1rr 71 I If-ri-rllzl 1931 FRANKLIN STROLE ELIZABETH MARCHINO THELMA BELT KATHERINE BRIGGS ' -1- gm 5 5 Q94 QV, an Q99 Qi, I mga Q94 'mia' Q90 Q76 'Sin 'Egg' Uhv lfamphifrug fE,?3I535I52SIE9339I525L25iQS ' ' it 'Jiffy On DONN GOSSOM HARRIET RIDDLE L 1 l 1 J N GRETCHEN WILLIAMS ARTHUR KLOTZ E W I 1 4 I BEN STAHL Q ELIZABETH MooN W 1 1 W A CHARLOTTE VOELKER GEORGE ANTHONY ,, W, . - . , ,, ,,,,,,f.,,,A .J + 1931 + T lv U1 fy-11 img iii- 'bfi A155ye?aygvTr,yg?h. 565. . .gi5y.ig7aq.Qw'i5y.gi5.vQG5. ,Qin ni-, 'E23IESQIESSIZQSHESMQSIQSS' Uh? IBPIIPDIIIIIE sggggfggggfggggggggsgggiggiiigg- RICHARD STOCK MARJORIE WORTHINGTON AGNES THOMSON VIOLET HYSLOP .L 1 X ,---N. 'C' i lv: 'ap 1 N I, uf" . .' --I. -' L 'Y If " ,4 ' .,. 11.1 fa.nl5wx.! lil' 3 11 Thirty MARY HELEN DeLISLE MAXINE BEMIS CATHERINE JONQUET ELWOOD DIVINE 'I' .-iv-. .-wx .-in .-W. nw- , - . fi-. .-as-. ,fi-. ,-in ,---. .-9 Env Mrnmehtriun KATHERINE EVANS MELVIN RIGGS EMMA HOLT 1 MERRITT HANSEL PI' kN..,.f--xi c'- -L,.,A-A", ..4- j r TT' 1 7 J , - 'q-. Q'-1 'xi' , ., wlvl... . x Q, I W 4.:., ' 1 ,QA X X A 5 S N Q Six? , xg Wm X . NR ' - X 'fix :- ':I'T2 . x Q QT. - x ,EQ in xl. -'x .v R ,Ia XJR 3-Q .2 Dvh - A1931 Tl1fl'fll'UlIl?' xx L . ' 1 f..4..x x PAUL BARTHOLOME LAVERNE SKIDMORE ROBERT ROLL EVELYN BIVIN IG!! 'IDU 3015 S911 LOIS KENDALL THOMAS ARTHUR .TUANITA LONG RICHARD HAUCK A 'Qin Qia. ..,xfvi,yQia. 'i'y.e6ayeia- . -wx :W-. 5'-. ,-wg, ,df-, 9, A4--K ?,9.If:,QIy.3Q.1q,gIE23x22.sm22e Uhr EPIIPBIITIIB 52315QQNQEQIEQSIEEQNEQQIEYQQ' ?:"' 'C 'Eva ix. I, 4X X9 'I'I:i1'I11-Iwo ,A , IRA LOVING 1 1 1 GWE ND OLYN SINCLAIR I i I NICHOLAS ROHAN I I I DOROTHY FRAKES 'P -eip fig- .Jn ,Qw'1'ihA -'61 'Wu -' . .-in :G-. .-"2 .in ,-in 5'-. . Q2QNEQQIQQQIQQSJAEQSJIEQQIESQ E112 Mrnvhrrtua RAYMOND MCCABE WANDA WAUGH G-ARWOOD TUCKER x PAULINE OWEN 'I' C-,F hm 'Q ASQ BQ! ,sxqiw Tlrirt-11-1111-11 HELEN BUNCH ELMO PARIS LOUISE SHOCKLEY JAMES SHORT Q64 V Qin Y mir: Y Qipf qi71Y in Y 694 'I Wa QV 7 qwy 1 9113 y qWp q!Yg gin wi-M-iwii-?QifiiQ4f'iQiQiwi1 Uhr i.5PlIPhiIf1IH Qf5iiii55-6553655--AEJQN MHSQ- wp A one A agp A ana A an A ugh A as up ana A1155 Amp A aux: A ag: ous f'M" ' 'ij' W 'ANI 1 .. W'-N' A ,.,. ---,....v 7 , ,N A A DONALD WILSON 'I LOUISE ELLSBERRY , 1 1 ' l Q 1 E MARY LEAK 4 4 HARRY KOEHLER 1 O W 1 P A 1 N i , T q , X ig, 9 4 , A 3. '5' JACK LINDEMAN J' . I f' 2 YQ A 1 I MARCELLA YATES . l A .AA.A 1 it I 1 aa 4 A Lors LUCE , f I PAUL SAYRE N A viii 5-'Q A - . If ,,,' A jj A LA A, A A , ,A .J + 1 H 3 1 4- 7'I1irl.:l-fum' ,-9-. .-in .-in .-in .-Q-. ra-. ' - .-wx. .-if-,fa-. .-6-,gin .5-. xv, Ulu, f5P11Ph1f1U5 BERTHA NEIL ROBERT ASBURY ELIZABETH MARICLE K GEORGE MCPHERSON 1 .q,. W7 ' , xaf, , -, IJJJLJ MARVIE JENKINS GENEVA BAILEY JULIAN ENGLES MAIDA BROWN 4- 1531 'P 7'hi1'r-11-jizfe 5 5 E 4, 'P I w 5 G If, 5-. 'N t. fi 'I I. eifbf svzia- I.w65yQ?aygW9y-gig. 1565. . .Qi5y4w?5q.Q65y,Qi,5.y4i5. .Qi-. fi 'fgsizgsflsgsmzgewsgsezgsizga Ellyn Ernehrrtua kegsufeaisxzsiemsismsgsis2?i5g3- Aff-"N fi" Q, X.. 1' .ljsigl lj! YYQ L JAMES ALBIIN HELEN JONES JOHN DRISKELL HELMA HOLDAWAY ,vi 'r 23 L50 'W-141 1,l1ly,1y, Q., :HIDE A ,HA l.........J 'P 153 TI: irty-eri.r MARTHA JARDINE FRED CASH VIRGINIA BOLINGER JOSEPH PFISTER 1 -1- Bib- -AWA 455- ,-dfibymva mia Q90 wfa mfvvxfa QVaYQ"7a Nw db ffggizgglegawlegem,QJ,Q,,!sQeJ I P 1 we uhm fegev 529429 dgsxegeffegs Weav- CECILIA HAXT ON MAYME SPENC E STELLA ARMON CLARENCE REID 'I' -'p,. ."". ."5. ."'. ."' 6 5 W W 9 6 fEIasiEE3kEfgsi'E?l31lE?QbIERQIEQQJ ul r 1' 1 IIPWIITIIW EQQIEQSJIQQZKEESIIEESifigylffw CHARLES EVINGER CLARA CRAWFORD LEE SMITH DORIS HACKLER Wo dw Wa waoydv mia Q90 6 V W ' G +feieSa1ifQ+QieQs1 fF5?2llE5??lSe?9 Eh 115 U1 gb 033 Heb deb A vii 035 655 P P n P vga Leek Arfeixdgb , i ' RUTH WAUGH CHARLES STEELE PAUL NOYES FRANCES BILDERBACK EK THE JANUARY CLASS OF 1931 also includes Raben Cole Helen Alexander Paul Shively Harold Sullivan Others in the JUNE CLASS OF 1931 are Chester Cartwright Verl Jennings Helen Monninger Wilmer Mann IH 3 1 + Thirty-vlizzf' dw 'AWP Nia miiwaib- xii- dia- ' 0 -gig. .g75wg6,yQv,yaw vr vr '.aelfeaeleaalegelsaellzgelleael Ellyn fllmwhrrituf. tggglegggegaggglm-iailiea National Honor Society of Secondary Schools Garfield High School Terre Haute - - Indiana HIS 1 to certify that the following students have been elected membels of the C iltield Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools This elec tion was by vote of the faculty and was based upon scholarship, leadelslnp sei e 'tllllLll11l'IlL'lE1'. Ernest Barnett Donald Mattox Robert Asbury Paul B8l'lll0l0lH6 Maxine Bemis Maida Brown Donn Gossom Doris Hackler Helma Holdaway Elizabeth Moon Paul Noyes January June 1931 Wayne Shaw Norman Tucker HEll'1'i9t Riddle Robert Roll Robert Slllitll Eileen Stith Richard Stock Mary VValker Edna Wallace Gretchen Williams Marjorie Worthington fegbwggquwia ggi? '65 Q90 law mia mibvmwa miovmia eva xvn EAIQQIESQQFIQSSIESSJIESSFIESSJ Uhr Ennehiriua 252Qlaiilwiiiilaailiailiii' Class Song Melody-"Poor Butterfly" There's a Senior class going to leave old Garfield Hi They are waiting for the dawn of a setting sun. The class of '31 That's as good a class as a class can be Seeking life's adventure on a different sea Class of '31 We've niet within these four walls here, every day And now we're free in life to have our way and say To come was not a task But to go is hard There's nothing more to ask. Cho:- Here's to the schoolg that we leave behind us, Here's to the mates, who will take our place May they till ours to a "T" W'e know that they'll always be as loyal as we Have always been. K O Garfield High, though we part so soon We'11 sure return before many moons And niay it come to pass I We'll remain with you 'til the last For a fond farewell From the Senior class. -Gretchen Williams. 'H 1531 'I' Ffwfgl-one 4 9 ii .171 iii ."' 'QEKEEQIPEIIESEPEQIQEQIEQQ win 1' PIIPDIITIIW wgiiislfwligiiigiiiiiliis- Boa Rom. Ufxun. BARTHQLOME Fmxncss Bnwensncx 2 'Q i . , :gf . . 3 . .x P A -i'giKii xi' J .-wg 1 ' A' , . nvff- ' ". ' .. EMMA H o-LT I-RNEST BARNEJT dia Q90 009 674 QWQ s'o Q90 ' QW A94 :Mo qw, awp dia awp fieilfeilligillieilitfialtealfea 'hP i'5PI1Pf1ifi115 fi?ali?f3?lieiiE55ll?5Dil"E5D?'lEf5a ,As aus yes new was ago age vga cgi aus agv aevqaes ous President ..,.,.,...,. .,..., R aymond Laughlin Vice President ..,........ Robert Sears Secretary ....,... ,,AA,, A da MQG111-k Treasurer ....... ..,..... Reva McMahon Faculty Advisor ,,,,, ,,,,.,,.. M iss Pruitt Junior Class HE junior class began its activities by naming the Royal Purple staff, which has added many new columns to the paper, greatly increasing its circulation. On January 10th the first annual, mid-year, farewell dance was held under the '4 auspices of the January class, and was a great success due in no small part to the attendance of a large number of juniors. Probably the most important event of the junior calendar was the choice of class rings. A green gold ring was decided on after the usual amount of discussion. The junior-senior banquet and prom held on May 29 ended the junior activities of the class of '32, The Christmas play had two juniors, Joe Walker and Charles Kline, in prominent parts. In a Latin contest Anne Beasley, Joe Walker, and John Smith won places. Members of the class felt a loss in the death of Howard Beeson in February, and Bruno Beckish in April. 4- 1931 4' Forty-three 'f'fg1qs3ap22a'f5Qwea?agff3ap S3 .fad -Q'fre'ff eww wb W l g Q Q K4 15 P Q K4 'E .F .ge 'S' 'V FS N S3 05 C! pu F5 O-P 3 in A6 fi.. 5' .ge 2:4 CES? .55 FPS .45 QE? ' QE? SS JUNIOR CLA 1 , 5 5. P+ 2' ff 4-f, :IF E 1. S-'VA C A- ,up V ' 1 u W . R, x HE, 4,,.s,.: x 1-- X x + 1531 w Fm'i.u-fml7' 9 ' W W W W 9 9 W 664, ASQ, mga, Q a I Q aye HVQ ff Swvm a eva sfo glgiagiagiagifsggifea Uhr itwvhiriw Robert Acton Barton Aikman Inness Bachstein James Ball Elizabeth Barraider Ellis Barnett Anna Beasley Bruno Beckish Kenneth Bell Robert Belt Robert Biller Paul Bitts Orville Black Irene Boczki Harold Burgert Maurice Barnett Catherine Cagle John Calvin Phillip Cartwright Wanda Cash August Cassie Robert Chappelle Paul Charles Louise Child Myrvin Cline Jack Cloutier Donald Conroy Dorothy Conroy Mary Louise Cox VVillian1 Creal Beryl Critchfield Jean Dale Mary Virginia Dale Mary Dancy William Danner Clarke Davis Cora Ann Davis Jane Davis Arthur Dawdy Robert Denny' Reba Deverick Glenn Ditzenberger Frank Dowen Barbara Dunkin Berniece Eder Hilda Edwards Josephine Ehret Mary Frances Ehret Alma England Robert Eppert Pauline Evinger Helen Ferency Jim Fesler Lucas Fischer Raymond Flint Jack Frazier Elizabeth Gall Harold Garvin Paul Giffel XVilliam Grant Victor Gray Robert Grogan Leah Hague Harry Halberstadt Russell Hammerling Mary Hansel Edith Harden Junior Class Roll Ralph Hardesty Raymond Harrod Russell Havercamp Ruth Hawkins Tom Herbert Faye Holton Maxine Hornbuckle Ruth Marie House Madalyn Howard Alsa Lee Humphrey Cecil Jackson Mary Jensen Alden Jobe Elmer Johnson Jalma Jones Thelma Jones John Kirchner Leonard Kirchner Marian Kittle Charles Kline Helen Lackey Ned Latta Raymond Laughlin Victoria Leafgreen Ruth Leak James Leek Charles Letsinger Jack Luce John McCart Ray McCarty Glenn McCrocklin Gatha McCurdy Paul McDaniel Ada McGurk Harry Mclntosh Vern McKee Reva McMahon Ned McPherson Lillian Mack Lohene Mathes Jacqueline Mathieu Robert May Howard Mayes Isabelle Meissel Chester Melson Albert Mewhinney Mena Meyer Margaret Miller William Miller Harold Milner Merle Moats Mary Elizabeth Morge Vinneatta Mount VVanneatta Mount Ralph Muncie Geneva Murdock Virginia Myers Frank Newby Doris Nickel Karl Nipple .Tack Norwood William O'Brien Mary Oliphant Leona Oltean Richard Orth George Paton Kenneth Payne IH 3 1 Forty-jiivc Geraldine Pearson Dolores Peterson John Phillips Ethel Pilant Wilber Prose Norene Raines Imogene Ray Helen Reichart Glenna Reinhard Maurice Reinking Mary K. Reveal Rosalie Ring Sam Robb Martin Roesch Mary Rosenow Ruth Rowe Carl Royse Agnes Rozgony Fred Russell Dorothy Sartain Mildred Schlosser Mary Shepherd Robert Short Julia Smatlik John Smith Kenneth Smith Mildred Smith Nellie May Sneddon Charles Spence Nola Spence Virginia Stephens Gayle Stewart Jean Stewart Eleanor Stillwell Mary Elizabeth Stitt Katherine Strang Lloy Ruth Strang James Sullivan Mary Sullivan William Sullivan Joe Tallon Margaret Tallon Genevieve Taylor Robert Terry Joe Thomson Vera Throop Jack Tormohlen June Turner Ma1'ion Underwood Lyon Utter Don Vaught Beverly Von Eute Joe Walker Robert Wallace Mary Ward Roberta Watson Vera Wegrich Albe1't Weinbrecht Russell VVelborn Ruth White John VVhitesell Ione Whitcsell Max Wiggins Vyrl Wilkinson Lucille Wilson Edward Vlfodicka Ve1'a Wright .--ry f 10 1, -vl0"" V .a.4, n, , 1 w ,. q ,J ' -U I rn!! .- ,Mb tr- xg . . uf,- .' -:F ,Bi ' 'QL 'Ji V' friilgf ww ' ' SMQMSSHW EQIEEQIEEQIEESXEES15551555 Elin' Eenrhirius QEEQYEg5I5,SKQ2,3?Yi,?T5gQ33Ti23? IN MEMORIAM EYKEK HOWARD BEESON FEBRUARY 17, 1931 Z BRUNO BECKISH APRIL 1. 1931 1931 + l"m'lLff-.wi r Asia sie- -em Wat .ein -Ga, 65 'QW '54 4'5" 'swf' 'swf' me '55 sqm Itmirwalpafilmlsfgfa Ellie Zfivnrhirtua ffQfilffeflfeflmlfefiffeaifle0 Em- -4,99 eg-' 49- -get -gg' -me 'QP' 'QQ' '-Ye? 'Yer 'QP' 199' 'Yer l i 1' r ft 31 f it Q, h ii! ' A President ,.,......,,, ,..... K athleen Newton Vice President ,,,,,,..,, .....,.., H oward Danner Secretary-Treasurer ....... John Aikman Advisor ,,,, ,,,...,,,.,.,..i. ....,.. M i ss Kelly Sophomore Class T a meeting of the Sophomores, which was called by Miss Schwedes, the last of January. Miss Inez Kelly was chosen to lead this lively group in their activities. After this the class seemed eager to go 011 with the organization, and they waited rather impatiently for the next meeting. At last, on Tuesday, February 9. there was another t'Soph" meeting. and they gathered with a great deal of enthusiasm. Nominations and voting for officers went off as fast and as snappily as could be ex- pected. On Tuesday, April T. the Sophomo1'es held another meeting at which plans were made to have a picnic' some time in May at Deming Park. The Royal Purple staif for the Sophomore issue of the Royal Purple was 11amed as K follows: Editor-in-Chief ,.,, ,...,,.. R ussell Welborn Assistant Editor ,,,,,,, Kathleen Newton Business Manager .... , ........,,,,.,,. GGOYSG Tuttle Circulation Manager ,,,, . .... Kf:1i116l'i116 SU'311g Athletics ...,,....,........,,..,. ......... . .Ralph White Advertising Manager ,,,, ,,,,-,,,- ll THTY HUSS-0113 Feature lVriter ........,..,, ........ R HIDI1 'Wi11i21I113 Q Jack McCrory k N ...,,..,...,... ...,.... JO eb lG1'ace Richardson f Mary E. 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Q , fi.. rg.. 1.6: 4.-.I A, ,D ,.., , '22Slaslleaalsemeeiaialeee' Ellie Mrnehrriua I Coy Acree John Aikman Edgar Allen Fern Almon Irma Anderson Wayne Anderson Betty Artz Edna Bachstein Mary Banta Margaret Barraider David Bartram Walter Beck Maxine Bell Darrell Bennett Helen Bensyl Irene Benton Mary Bitts Marguerite Blair Robert Bolton Helen Bradley John Branian Anna Branham Chester Brentlinger Sarah Lou Brentlinger Don Brown June Brown Lillian Brown Mary Esther Burgan Reba Burkholder Mary Jane Burris Russell Butts Harry Cash Geraldine Chadwick Jewell Chaney William Coats Joseph Cole Louis Collins Ruth Conley Paul Cottom Carlyle Cox Virgil Coy Lena Cracium Clio Crawford Carrol Criss Ernestine Cullison Howard Danner T-Toward DeLisle Pauline Dennis Marjorie Dever Marie Dilg Mary Dorrough Beatrice Dougherty Irene Douglas Emma Dunkin Kathlyn Dunning William Edwards Dorothea Engles Margaret Evans Donald Evinger Edwin Faubion Sophomore Class Spring Term 1931 Ruth Ferguson Lester Flint Virgie Flynn Edward Fox Mildred France Don Gary Norman Garvin Mary Ghindes Margaret Goddard Ruth Graf Catherine Gregg Robert Guyer Verlin Haase Joseph Hadley Alice Lucile Haisley Mary Hale Charles Hammond Kenneth Hansel William Hardesty Ruth Harmless Otto Harms John Hearn Harold Henneman Gwendolyn Hillis John Hoare Marian Hooker Louise Holmes James Hughes Mary Hussong Evelyn Hyslop Violet Hyslop Lavinia Hyte Leon Jackson Lucille Jarrett Ruth Jenkins Lorene Jensen Eva Johns Evelyn Johnson Meredith Johnson Paul Johnson Pauline Johnson Robert Johnson Ruth Jones Bertha Jones Clytha Jones Elizabeth Jones Vern Kading Hazel Kauz Ann Kiefer Donald King Ernest Kirk James Klimek Lucille Knauer Karl Kninmeyer Stephen Koos Dorothy Laatz Margaret Lambert James Lane Virginia Long Jane McAlpine Thelma McAuinch Pauline McCammon Eleanor McCormick Marcella McCoy Jack McCrory Clarence McDermott Annetta McGraw Delbert McWilliams Mildred Mahurin Eleanor Mann Clarence Maricle Esco Marone Marie Marrs Geraldine Martin Ruth Martin Roslyn Meadoes Helen Mehok Earl Meissel Ruth Meyer Joh11 Millar Martha Millar Woodrow Millar Lela May Miller James Mitcham Velvia Moats Frances Modesitt Norma Moffett Dorothy Monninger Jean Morgan Maxine Moss Ruby Mount Frances Muehler Dulcene Murray Elizabeth Murray Fred Needham Kathleen Newton Harold Noakes Elizabeth Norwood Alice Oakley Margel O'Leary Daryl Orem Drusilla Padgett Jane Parker James Parks Elma Payne Lois Pernow Maurice Pernow Josephine Petroff John Pfister Marcella Phelps Lillith Phillippe Jean Potts Robert Price Cecil Pruitt Mary Louise Prust Marian Ray Mary Maxine Reese Grace Richardson Odetta Riggs 'I' 1531 ,. Forty-:zine Frances Rogers Stephen Rohan Michael Romanylc Ernest Royer Jolm Bob Russell Abe Saikley Bernard Sampson Letha Sartor Louise Scott Pursia Scott Bill Serban Ralph Shadle Dale Shaul Edward Shea Pelmer Shetlon Raymond Sidenbender Gail Simpcoe Charles Sims Estrella Smith Hollis Smith Mary Smith Miriam Smith Stuart Smith Ruth Smoots Vifalter Snedeker Virginia Spencer Loretta Spottsville Ge1'aldine Stager Elsie Standau Adeline Stokes Bill Strange Ai Streacker Elizabeth Suci John Suggs Zinnia Sulc Herman Surdan Charles Swander Robert Swander Hiawatha Taylor Phil Templeton Rosemary Thompson Ruth Truttier Ernest Tryon Laura Nelle Turnbull George Tuttle Dorothy Vanness Sam Walker Henry Watson Grace Vlenneke Charles XVeinbrecht Ralph VVhite Irma Williams Ralph YVilliams Barbara Vililson Thelma XVilson Garland VVinters Raymond Wood Marjorie Wright Ruth Wycoff Floyd Yargus + 1931 " ' Q' ' ' G 9 W v 6 IQEQ Qin Q I I Q 0 Q HYQ a Q GYQ 4 Q"a :wp EW 1 'L-. 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Klemt Julia Koos William Kntch Betty Lash Herbert Lewis Elsie Mae Libberi Betty Lou Logan Catherine Lowe Mary McKee Dorothea McKillop William McKinley Helen McPherson 'Vera Maehling Fred Mahalak Stewart Martin Dorothy May Helen Mayes Jane Mayes Helen Mehes Virginia Miller Delma Milner Howard Moery Maxine Monroe Pauline Monroe Leon Montgomery Leatha Morey Kenneth Mullis Katherine Myers Mary Neese Sarah Nesbitt Marjorie North Elizabeth O'Dell Morton Offett Leo O'Hern Valverda Padgett E331 Ro ll Madolene Philhour George Pierson John Porter Maxine Price Anna Radzun Arthur Ratcliffe Clifford Readinger Beatrice Reagon M3l181'fllll6 Reese Ruth Risher Jesse Roach Shela Roeschlein Steve Rozgony Helen Roll Frances Sampson Virginia Shaw Fred Short Robert Simpson Ida Mae Smith Erma Snedeker Eugene Snow Martha Somes Max Squire Henrietta Standau Kenneth Stantill Lloyd Stillwell Florence Tallon Richard Templeton Ruby Thomas Ralph Tiley Florence Truitt Camille Tucker VVilletta Tuttle Robert Underwood Beulah Vernon John Weinbrecht Lillian Wheeler Fred Williams Floyd Yarber 'QWQ Iiig9xQWb- Kia. 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Uh 13 h'i ugh aus up a5mLagw aux: age P P vga aAbAaAgLdA.sLaeeMEegi'.q219I Diary for 1930-31 September 3-What does this c1'owd mean? It must be the first day of school. September 2-23-A confusion of revolutionizing programs, bewildered looking freshies, and the old Blu Tri girls looking for and finding their little sisters. September 24-There are quite a few more smiling faces today. Why? Miss Pay- ton's back! September 25-Just a lot of excitement for nothing. We were all setting our hearts on a good peppy pep session when we heard there was going to be an assembly, and all we did was to be assigned our seats. September 26-Hurrah for Garfield! We beat Brazil in our first football game this year with a score of 18-0. September 27-"Can you pay your dues or fees today?" October 2-First Benny Staff meeting. The seniors had better begin to dig up two dollars. October 3-Another victory! Who said Sullivan could lick us? October 6-Blue Tri initiation. October 7-Senior election. October 8-Extra, Extra! We had a rea1-honest-to-goodness pep assembly. October 11-Garfield-Tech game, 0-0. iOur favorl. October 13fBlu Tri Indian frolic. The assets were good food, a warm iire, and a rollicking a11d 3526.00 w good time, and the liabilities were three flat tires on Miss Reitzel's car orth of shoe leather worn out by girls and teache1's on the walk home. October 15-It w0n't be long now! Just 0116 more day of drndgery and 'we'11 be free for four days while our dear teachers go to the convention at Indianapolis. October 17-20-"A good time was had by all." t'?i October 21-The students are beginning to work hard at all times and pay com- pliments to their teachers. Even a stranger would know that tomorrow is at red- ' letter day. October 23-The depression is worn off for another six weeks. October 24-Homecoming. A mixture of dignified seniors and a crowd of proud parents. . October 25-We are now another game to the good. Poor Bicknell was defeated by a score of 25-0. November 3-The chief issues of the day are the senior play, "Nothing But the Truth," and Benny drive for seniors. November 4-Will someone please tell the Seniors what to buy for their class insignia? November 6-The first evening of the play was a howling success. November T-Two sad things happened today-the required number of Seniors did not subsc1'ibe for the Benny, and Garwood Tucker had his neck broken during prac- tice. -P 15131 'I' Fifty-tlzrce 060. Q59 min mga .eva svn qVaYgWg swgyqip sw, swf: tiltglgiilersleiesiiisisbst Glhv Ewwhirhw A A A A A A 5 aes aQsAQp aipgoeu new new Diary for 1930-31 November 10-Assembly! Several students are angry because they bought 'tickets for the concert tomorrow so they could get out of school, and then found that they were to be out anyway. November 11iOur boys quered them with a score of . ,, t suffered their first defeat tonight when Clinton con- 25-0. November 1-wPrepare o rejoice. The last required Benny subscription was made today. November 13fAm I dreaming? YOU'LL think so when you hear we had another assembly today. That makes two in one week. November Ztiswuxtryl We had an assembly this morning and a double period pep session this afternoon. Now for a 4-day rest. December 1-All the students are looking happy because the turkey gobbled in our favor on Thanksgiving Day. December 3-Another red-letter day. Besides report cards, the football boys were awarded chocolate candy in the assembly today. December 5-The Blu Tri council members, the advisors, and the football boys look tired today, so "there must have been a hot time at Garfield last night" at the football banquet. December 9' Senior meeting. The insignia chosen for election were hats and purses for girls, and belts for the boys. December 12-The Garfield Minstrel and Revue. December 15-A beautiful Christmas play was presented in Blu Tri. December 17-Although most of the cast of the Business Club play have been chosen. several angels are still needed. Wonder where they'l1 be found? December 19-Christmas assembly this morning. The Seniors were excused from classes for their party. December 29-Now since Christmas vacation is over, the most common expression is. "Wonder if we're going to get out Friday as well as Thursday for New Years?" December 30-Today we've settled down to study a little because we get pro- moted t'?n in less than three weeks. January 5-Blu Tri Party. January TgCommencement time is near for January Seniors. That explains the tape--measure-laden girls. January 9-January Prom. .Ianuary 13--Room 16 won the Banking Contest which ended last week. January 14---Hurrah for Hi-Y and the book exchange. January 15-floint commencement with Wiley and Tech. .lanuary 16'-A, B, C, D, F, .January 2HffTlie halls are again decorated with freshies. v T IH 3 1 Fifllf-foul' QW? QW? QW? Wad QW? sfo QW gig qYp1gWg QYMVQGQ gig Q10 feattests?siteetieeitffesiteei any mPI1Phfl.'11IF retinafsasisdaffssiiigaifas- ogb 936 UAB deb 035 Hgh dui ggi anim gumxgew new gag Diary for 1930-31 January 21-Bank cashier party and institution of smile week. February 4-Miss Reitzel, Miss Duncan, and Mr. Hylton have been chosen as advisors of the bank cashiers. February 5-Plans are under way for the Home Ec Faculty Tea. February 6-Great newsff almost. We were all excited about an assembly but learned it was only a seat-assigning activity. February 7-Big Benny trial. The case was continued for two weeks while the supreme court, the underclassmen, are voting by buying a Benny. February 9fBlu Tri Hobo Party. Bread line 'n everything. February 11-Benny Drive Contest between rooms starts today. February 12-The Senior boys have voted on purple caps with white numerals, and the girls have chosen white tams with purple numerals. February 20-Second Revue and Minstrel. February 21-Rooms 9 and 27 take the chocolates. Also room 8, February 24-Caps and gowns defeated! March 4-Hi-Y formal initiation. Open for spectators. March 5-Hi-Y-Blue Tri dinner at Maple Avenue Christian Church. March 11-The front campus is decorated with Mr. Ewers, his camera, benches, students sitting on them, and the rest of the school looking on. March 12-Rumors of a faculty play. Hope they're true. March 17--The seniors have decided to graduate at the Shrine Temple. The girls will wear white informal, afternoon dresses. March 24wBlu Tri Basketball banquet. We hear that the boys asked to help with the dishes. tNote: Tl1e1'e were cookies in the kitchen? ' March 25gGet ready to laugh at the teachers tomorrow night. March 26-Faculty Play. 'Nuff said. March 27-Hurray! Spring vacation. April 6-11-Girls' Week. ' May 21-"Easy Pickinsf' a comedy, was presented by G. A. A. May 29-Farewell assembly and Junior Prom. 'X' June 1-Senior Boatride. June 2-Senior Breakfast. June 3+Co1nmencement. June 4-Farewell dance. June 5-So long, Gartield! 1531 I..- 4-5' 1 5 1 my v. ' X V . E K N1 Fx n i F' 7 H F' I v l - as K f HA , r ' - L+ L 1 P P ll x . 1. -- 1-v s ff, 1 . . Q -1 ..1'.-1 1111 M.-mi- . -f-....'L'. .fig 'I-. ...Atl . sg. rf 555 54' ,' '9, 1 E-Sp . gp, . 21' .ia i QQ! IW, 1 mga .94 Iggy .-Q, C-El F E! .Z U O-11 L5 .-af, r em ,i 0' 252. Egg' . S33 .-aa. me ggi: ni, Q Q11 mf SGIVING OFFERING THANK x o-f LD Lu A- -if up hgh ugh -QAAQQ dum qv P l ae: aAmAqAmLeemLaem new my Fifly-sift ff? f I. 7. I TN - K I-V W .-5: 4 ' . , .' ,W FEV. A ' ' Lfg-j-1 7 gf ff,--gi , V P :Q-+ff'Q17'Qr .: - as-15:15, . -- n Q?-253 E V - ii A s:fiygw-'f-5-'ffY- V 25? fp?-5'vl?-1' - 'X-l.:r.s' ' ki.- -, U .J X . ,, . . rg, , 3 , , W . X j lg 7 f f X -, fe ,.-,., Z . 1 XX ff I X X ,, XX X MX f X '1 Q' , 1 -W V Ax X Q ,J X 55 -A . A X ff' f. --.4 .5 ,gr ex- -i 4Z.f.4:': ., 'J ,. ,fu 1 . , , CJ -GI. il! , .N 4-LT. .r 5.153 . .rv Q-ff V g . wifi: Sf -. ' f . 'Sf' '- L 1 G" ' '. Ef: 'Sf' l l I ' ' ig i X I r V ,,.- 5 1, , L A A' ' :SS if 4 . 35. 5, .,. r - ,f , 1332? .-' '. 9-"2 r, f-1. N - 'f - A . . 1. 'df '- A 3. fur tw" f ,.-.- . 0' ' QT: . ,f.,,,w-,..1. arf' ...Q N 1 Z. 1 t ,341-,. . .5-,.,+gg4:-3giEg:jQgL:i,3glpf25'y vs K -.-B' .. hw X M g',L 4.,2 Wt nil , . -1-iff 1 W. . ' I 'TTY 'ffT , .K ,-G. ., X c 1 l F , . A 3 S lr' s- I 41 1' Q K .N M 1. W- 1 v ,- ,. dw Q94 Q90 Qfa Q50 Q90 mia ,I aww Q94 gig qw, any ai, Qi, Qaeltgileailaielieilai3512235 GBP :'5P11Pf1if T115 Qaeliaeleaeleaeltaalagflags? Wayne Shaw .,..., .......,,,,.,,. P resident Mervin Cline .,.,. .,...,. V ice President Harry Koehler ,,..,. ,.,,,......... T reasurer Paul Charles ....., .,,,,.... S ecretary Mr. Clogston .,,,.. ............,.,,.........,....,,,.,.......... ...... A c lvisor Gariield Hi-Y. ' HE Gariield Hi-Y in accordance with its purpose of service to the school, has been on the alert this year to make a bigger and better program at Garfield. First, it enhanced the boys' study hall with a picture of Lindbergh. Then in January students were saved many dollars because the Hi-Y Book Exchange enabled them to buy and sell used school books. Hereafter, the sale of tickets to school productions will be greatly facilitated because of the ticket booth donated by the Hi-Y. Lastly, a two-ton paper sale was conducted. The Hi-Y received its charter this year, and Garfield certainly has proved itself a worthy part of the organization. 'P 1931 'P Fifty-11i.'14.' tie- Sie- ME- Wada- -Gif 65- l Aid- -Qviv65y'sif5v6vaysfva- -Q65 W Q'ImI'Q"'Q'J"'MI'Q'1 5112 Uvlwhiriuff wg- -my -vin -eg-AA-egewgv qw- -Qs Leemvnekffgeivgvmyb -09 .-4, H W ... C Z E cc P Lf: EE H 1931 'I' Siflff The first semester a Freshmen Club was conducted by Helen Lackey, our Vice QWQ map xx!! 9 9 U W 6 F 'hr mP1lPhifTU5 5 5 A A A asa vang Wgvldev new new Blue Triangle ARFIELD Blue Triangle started out on this year's program with a "Big Sister Week." The purpose of this was to create a closer link of friendship between the new and old girls in school. Several service projects have been successfully carried on by the Service Com- mittee, under the leadership of Helma Holdaway, assisted by Miss Lora Lewis. The Ways and Means Committee has demonstrated its ability to make money in various ways. They formulated a budget which was followed by various committees. The Social Committees dances, hikes, and parties have been equally successful. Under the guidance of Miss Dawson, the Body, Mind and Spirit Committee has acquitted itself admirably during the past year in carrying on devotions. The programs, directed by Marjorie Worthington, were enjoyed immensely by the Club. President. The officers for the past year were as follows: President ...,.......,. ,.... Maida Brown Vice President ........... Helen Lackey Secretary ,...,,..,. ...... G retchen Williams Treasurer ............. Mary Walker Music ..,. ........ A gnes Rozgony Rosalie Edwards Program .,,.. ....,......, H arriett Riddle Marjorie Worthington Social ...,...... ....... C ora Anne Davis Membership .......,...............,., ,.,,,. I rene Poleski Body, Mind, and Service ................ Wajfs and Means Publicity ......, ....,, Poster ............... .... , Sergeant-at-Arms General Advisor 'I' Spirit 1 Ll 3 1 Si.rty-one ...Clara Crawford ,,.,.,Helma Holdaway ...Elizabeth Barraider .,..,,.,Mary Louise Cox ...,....Elizabeth Moon ..,.......Betty Jean ., Norma Froeb 1, gr, qu, qi,yQwp Qty Q94 T I mga, Aga ,man dia mio 'SW imia f555122531EEQIESQAEEQIQEQIESQ UU Bvnrhirtua 55,4iIE,5I223fIEi3IE2S9!425315231 V W, , ,,,,, v T 1 H 3 1 ff Nifty-1100 sig. iid- -nKV'7b!Aif3YiV?BWQTYbT6ib- ' v .Qi,5yQG,5yai"g5yg1Tv5,4i, my gy -tslaslaaaastasserts? 'hr 1'3P1wh1r111H tsiftgaftslsssge'es- :fa The Benedictus Staff Editor ,....A.A.....,,,....,...., Business Manager .........,A....,,,. Assistant Business M Literary Editor ...,t. Art Editor ...,...... Organizations ,,.. Athletics .,,,, Stenographer ..ii..,,....,, Advertising Manager Sponsor , .A,,V .... ,... Mr. Hylton Mr. Conover Mr. Maehling anagers Faculty Advisors Mr. Ewers ...Richard Stock ........Paul Noyes ......,Doris Hackler Robert Asbury ...Edna YVallace ........Elizabeth Moon ......Mary XValker Robert Smith ...,...Robert Roll Clara Crawford ......Thelma Belt .........Lee Smith ......Miss Payton Miss Moudy Miss Bennett Miss Pruitt HE 1931 "Benny" staff was chosen by the sponsor, Miss Payton. Robert Asbury and Richard Stock represented the staff at the Ninth Animal Convention of the Indiana High School Press Association. As the staff pushed the Senior flrive for subcsriptions, the necessary 9527 was secured with little difficulty. A contest was held in connection with the under-classmen drive, the prizes being awarded to Miss Froeb's English class, the Cicero class and the girls' study hall. The underclassmen were allowed to subscribe after the contest was over, and the number of subscriptions continued well past four hundred. Contracts were signed for printing. engraving, and photographing. Work had begun. The staff early showed its desire for individuality by its selection of a :lis- tinctive cover. This trait was also shown in the selection of panels, while the division pages also present something new in year-book art-work. The advertising campaign started early in the new year, but the staff soon found they were bucking up against "hard times." The faculty came to the rescue with "The Dutch Detective" which had an exceptionally large advance sale of tickets. The staff dedicated its spring vacation to "Benny" work. mounting snaps, getting ads, and building the "dun1my." The success of this annual may be accounted for in the assistance given us by our advisors, advertisers, faculty, and fellow classmates. We take this opportunity of thanking those who have cooperated with us in publishing this annual. -1- 1931 + , Sirtgl-tlzrre v 'F igggugwggniggligif -Sa 62- -Q - -sid -efawia -aiaynin.. ,nag .-6 Jan! J Qaieeileaw e 'hr Qieuehiriua -new '--.' -'fer fe- 49' 40" --Ye. 'fee QMQ9- -ffgheg me -523' The- Royal 4 Purple Extra!! G-'field St'?de"'s.W'f' 3 Detecuve 0tto Schmultz Honors nn Lana Contest 4 Gardnld evudenu have htel: Sucre!!- ful llns yin' In Lhr lull!!! :lille ' IA:ln r-omffl. The school nu well rfpf-mxfn mann me f.,m.,u-m ll Im' the lm-fu, 4-muly, an-1 uuxrxncnn- 3 X 1 K I Escape, Traces Maniacs as Far as Garfield hu: Elrh r-'nw-I hw: Your dlrts. "UllCe llzaln the LICXIUY hlllllk! lu me nnpp-an ni nur swfamur' 'rm- m.m.rv smruruvaa mum- nm um. wan be I. xfwm, muy nm. one mr ,mu-nu emma: me nw X.-.u ,nf-uw mr the ,wma vu. ,mx el- Th. -1-,mu mme-1 -L. u-1.1 un muh u N nu. Immun swf T.-mms of-zu.--nr. nm rmnfm-x nun me 1.,1mw.,g V.-:.w.m.u ...- Hr :nf-un me-nlxng km-ny cun- .,-nmx me am-1 une num enum or x.f.x.4nfm .mer an extended num,- of pmw- vnu- mwah: and mmm, ne vmmme: mme. muww in me wzu' ann magna, 'rms ivd Mr. summ- nn lock behind um- :--m max new-er ua- Qd so much wnn so many n wm be na- vnflifxtur there , mu mimic, wllh nwnlmm. nm-sr -im mu mln You Xoulfcr, Malone mm mf ur newly wma Tnnn mum is Ewen, who sue-- ul mm Ellls A 4 mn m Nunn 1.-mx in msn --K-hmm .x.m..4n l. mm mmmm, .11-.-an lol: Shlllh, and NRA-Xl! -XUUIBL men ,fxmu fy ruummnl.-. rm-, mf---. VH3 l'nhr.nnnuD Ihr :Kim lh lll fum Q: mm- uallue was an-1 umfrmum ---nn--unu nr vm.- 0? ner n . .. mu :rm me 11-1 in be he an-na. on Anrn x ummm up uv. .mer vu. .1 .N m. nn,-r vpn Y. U n..,,. lm. e. f. .n nm lf.-1 Ur.. ,,,,. hr 1 1 x, X f X E 'f 'A W iv.,- ' 151 3 -14 Nirfjf-fum' as 632. 7 we we-if Q-we W ef 'he BPHPNFTIIH iwfifsgsefitastefxesiesl 5 5 vga aesAaAg. aeugahxx aes up The Royal Purple Staff Editor-in-chief ,,,,,, QQVQAAAA R 01,81-1 Bond Copy Editor Athletic Editor .,... Literary Editor Feature Writer ,... . Business Manager .,,.. Advertising Manager Circulation Managers Jokes ..,,....,.,,....,,,........... Organizations ..r.,, Typist .,,,.,. Advisors ,,,,, ,.l,,...lsabelle Meissel l.....,.,RObGl't Wheeler ........,.Harry Frey ,,.,,,..Lyon Utter ....,...lone XVhitesel1 Kittie .......Arthur Dawdy and Doris Nickel Frazier Maurice Burnett. Charles Kline, Helen Lackey, Helina Holdaway McKee .....,,Miss Pruitt, Miss Malone HIS year the Royal Purple staff was chosen by a faculty and student committee. A new and much needed position, that of copy editor. was added to the usual places on the staff. The change was made by the two advisors. Robert Bond and lone lVhitesell represented the staff at the annual -convention of the State Press Association held at Franklin. I The paper has not escaped the effects of the financial depression of the country and the staff spent several worried weeks over the lack of ads until it secured Marian Kittle as advertising manager. Except for a few mistakes, the paper has been successfully edited during the year. Topics covering a wide range of subjects have been published i11 the paper, and all the activities of the different organizations have been supported well. This year's staH has endeavored to edit a paper that the students would appreciate reading. lt has been no small job, but we feel that it has been a successful year. There has been a striking cooperation between the staff and our advisors. which probably accounts for the success of the paper. 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'T Business Club HE Gartield Business Club started its year's work with an organization meeting in September. and had a successful year with Eileen Stith as President, Virginia Stokes. Vice President. Helen Bunch, Secretary and Treasurer, and the Misses Laelia B. McKee and Erma R. Mewhinney as sponsors. An interesting talk by Professor Shepherd Young, head of the Commerce De- partment of the Indiana State Teachers' College, and typing demonstration by Mr. Harold Mallett. the one-armed typist from State, were among the outstanding features. Visits were made to the Quaker Maid Canning Factory. the American Can Com- pany, tl1e Miller-Parrott Bakery, and WBOW. The club was able to bring cheer to the hearts of several families during the Christmas season by distributing well-filled baskets of food. STANDING COMMITTEES Prograin Committee Publicity Committee 1, Annes Thonison, Chairman 1. Maxine Bemis, Chairman 2. Arthur Dawdy 2. Robert Guyer 3. Maurice Burnett Il. Louise Shockley 4. I'mi'otliy Frakes 4. Mildred Smith 5. Lobe-ne Mathes 5. Fred Cash Ways and Means Committee 1. Ruth lVaugh, Chairman 2. Adeline Stokes 3. Elizabeth Marcliino 4. Vyrl XVilkinson 5. Wilma Dougherty + 15131 'P Nifirf-.s'i,f' Q53IEEQIEEQYEEQXEEQIEEQIQEQ Uhr Eenehiriuz 'Q A ,' K' .' ' e. 'P'-. s ,l ax .',' ' ' .3 WSW W . D -4 4 A L, ' - 4 ,,, A,-,A-,- ,,..,, ....,- ,, , M ,MHYY 5 - JAH, X ,Q f x A' 'Q , xl f I f. fig :W A ' - 2 v ' ,N R, ,F .l it g 5,4w iv ,. . , , .., I 45s 9 ,v . Q: QW I 'ra w,-f' 4-9' ,lx c' -'J N. x, 1, fx H 1531 '- Sfrty-sv l'f71 Si.rlJf-riylll HOME ECONOMICS CLUB C'- O 'U 'U Q2 G U2 GJ cd E an .... .-. .-. cu Z 'ES 0:1 as C1 .,-1 F4 cd E 4-2 CD 5' 01156 H th nt R11 Mou mi +-2 +-1 Q3 G .-1 P C' Z O '1 Q2 Z'- .,- 5-1 CD .5 4-v Ce KE. Walla Edna 91 O V1 cd 4-1 CD 5 CI 3 o 54 CD :vs 'S ..-. rs E t Barraider odes tt .H rgare s M Ma nt an is S M 5 sei .H f- -. I5 M2753 225 an C'- Cd GJ 553.5 4-77-15-1 do bDf-1 'iii' EQ!! 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Reveal Advisor .........,....,,l..,.,,.....,.................,...,... ...............,.,,......,,,, ll Iary Jewel Ferguson HE Garfield Players have just completed one of their most successful seasons. Although the Players lost many valuable melnbers at the mideyear, including the P1'esident, it gained several talented players and the leadership of the club passed into the capable hands of Clifford Shandy. The season of plays included such presentations as: The The Tea The Rip The Flatteriug Word Boys' Play and Toast Bungalow Bride Van Winkle Siege of Berlin My Double and How He Outdid Me Sir De Malitroit's Door The Rehearsal The Substitute The Necklace Good Medicine The Christmas Play was the outstanding Production. "Dust of the Road" was presented with the following players: Maxine Moss, Charles Kline, Clifford Shandy, Joe Walker. Our membership includes: Clifford Shandy Jack Norwood Kenneth Payne Art McAlpine John Smith Joe Walker James Smith Ralph Williams John Bob Russell Ellis Barnett Arthur Dawdy Robert Sears Woodrow Millar Charles Kline Maurice Burnett Melvin Riggs Drusilla Padgett Helen Lackey Virginia Myers Geneva Murdock Mary K. Reveal Faye Holton Rose Mary Mullikin Vera TVright Kathleen Newton Elizabeth Norwood Marjorie Worthington Irma Anderson Esther Burgan Wanda Cash Ada McGurk Eileen Stith lone XVhitesell Mary Hussong Mary YValker Jane McAlpine -1- 1531 No season would be complete without the Player's Annual Banquet. This year the banquet was most successful and enjoyable. This event ended our activities for the year. The players deeply regret the loss of the graduating Seniors and wish them success in future enterprises. 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AYERS PL E GARFIELD TH 1 a- LD Lu Q- fxf fuvlfeh dw dei 0.9 fe? fm mv vp mm og dn 1,9 09 1 v... 1 Yi Nil, I . r L N L 5 F L. 3 V .L ""'m X"v-.. gm., Nf'L'l'llf-ll'f1UU Q70 xia Ava mia mfa Q90 mia Q99 Q95 Ava sv, Q95 'F Qi, f2asKQQQIEEQEQQQIQQSPIQSQIQSQ E119 I3PNPhi1'T115 QSSJIQQSMEPQQIEEQIQQQIQQQI529 pr ' W W' " - F 5. x if--, Y Q ,Q N X ' 1 9 ' -5 52:22 2? A fx SWK J 1, vi 4 f Xa sq? 4 - Q' Q ff Si! ' 3 V' 3 . 1 'ZF C -1- . U is Q- 5- l "" X ' r, ' .V Q' xiiiv Q 4 ' T' 'bi , Cl' f I I . E f' i .E ,.- 5114 . 'S f - f'Qr'3 -W R 'L if , 'T , +12 " - A 4 1931 + Srrvnty-tlzrce fS8iIfS3iIi'R1ISQi3Ii25iJ Q20 1 fffmfff 'Mid iff Uhr Brnvhiriua 22Qlfeislwlkiasisifsieisgs' + 121 31 44 S nfl uv NDVI, I,-fn . pi-, ,-6-. ,-65. rig.. gig. 465. .aid - . -sig. -eip. gig. 495- AW, QW, Q '523ligaligelfigslegslzgaltgs Uhr Mvnvhrrtun l22STi23ll523l223?l5i35"5Q5' 'ae' "Nothing But The Truth" E. M. Ralston ..... Robert Bennett ...... Dick Donnelly ..,....,,.. Clarence Van Dusen Bishop Doran .......... Gwendolyn Ralston Mrs. E. M. Ralston Ethel Clark ............ Mable Jackson .... Sable Jackson ...,. Martha ............. A Comedy in Three Acts CAST OF CHARACTERS ........R0bert Roll .........Donald Mattox ..,,....Charles McCrory ........Paul Bartholome .......Harry Riggs ...........Eileen Stith ............Harriet Riddle .........Elizabeth Maricle Katherine Jonquet .......,Katherine Evans ...,.,,.Rosalie Edwards HE senior class play, "Nothing But the Truth," was presented in the Gardeld audi- torium Thursday and Friday, November 6 and 7. "Nothing But the Truth" owes its title to the belief of its hero, Bob Bennett, that he can tell nothing but the truth for twenty-four hours. In fact he so firmly be- lieves this that he bets the ten thousand dollars of charity money that Gwendolyn Ralston, his sweetheart, has entrusted to him. The bet is made with E. M. Ralston, a broker, who at the particular time is trying to "unload" some worthless stock. Then the trouble sets in. He is asked about the stability of Ralston's stock. Mrs. Ralston seeks the explanation of the presence of two liappers in her husband's office. Many similar embarrassing questions complicate matters for Bob, but he finally wins the bet, as well as the girl. Although the part of Bob was the leading role, the other members of the cast did such splendid acting that the presentation was praised highly, both by faculty and student body. Praise certainly goes to Miss Ferguson for the splendid teamwork of the cast, even in the minutest detail. 15 3 1 Seventy-fi've -'92 via- .'9'y'9b- -'93 "WW " ' ' in mfvvmao dbywia mWa QW wht QEPIIPUIITIIW QESSIEQSJAQ 0geAegeiage1L.eC- TABLE WRR. TIME LEE L 1 Y 5 OUND V e 1 WESTBOUND EASY 14. rm E w SANDwrTCHEu ' rd EU' 1 C i BS O29 JO lf VM.. .-f Q x54 1... .2- ieiiii Giijll '43 ir .4-. if -..-" A 4 ww, UI hg- : 'M 3- 'E 3:- .2 4: ,J -, w. A ' l- N 1 15131 SIl'f'l1fvIl-SLI' AWD Q90 mia QWQ NM Q94 Q I QW' Aw, Q90 Qin 'Ava can QV' egg! gggtegjqgggmggaytggytaa Uhr Evnvhiriua eesllteSleesleeelteelseeleee QUMJAXHWEJQW dey 5959556 "The Dutch Detective" CHARACTERS Otto Schmultz, a correspondence-school detective ,.,,... Plunk Jarleck, escaped from the asylum ......,.....,.......... Jabo Grabb, the police force of Splinterville ....,,.. Major Hannibal Howler, 011 the War-path ....,, Augustus Coo, a newly-wed ,... . ,.,......................... .........,....... Gladys Hower-Coo, his bride, the major's daughter ,.,,,,...,, .James Conover .............Earl Pike .....Orvil1e Jones .........James Ewers .......Homer Powell .....Anne Malone Ambrosia McCarty, the queen of the lunch room .,.........,.... Thyrza Parker Araminta Sourdrops, who loses her Jabo ...,,...,....,.., Hortensey Smatters, escaped from the asylum .,.... Katrina Kraut, from Hamilton Cidy by der Schtate of Ohio ...,,, ,......,,.,.,...........,..............,,...........,..... Directed by J. J. Maehling ..Florence Ellis ........Inez Kelly Jewel Ferguson N Thursday, March 26, the Garfield Faculty presented what might be termed its dramatic masterpiece judging from the enjoyment evidenced by the audience. The farce, "The Dutch Detective," centers about the activities of one Otto Schmultz. S who is trying to catch two escaped lunactics and an eloping couple while trying to win the heart of Katrina Kraut-all of which places considerable strain upon his cor- respondence-school diploma. At the opening of the play, Jabo Grabb is anxiously await- ing the arrival of his "lalla-paloosaf' Araminta Sourdrops, whom he has not seen for eighteen years, but sight of her cools his enthusiasm considerably, and to think that she had come all the way from Seelyville-. However, she meets a childhood sweet- heart, Major Howler, and he falls for Ambrosia McCarty. At the Hnal curtain we iind that no one escapes Cupid's darts. Miss Parker's eyes, Miss Ferguson's brogue, and Mr. Conover's costume are just a few examples of what is meant when we say that no stone was left unturned in order to provide the money's worth in entertainment. -P 1931 'P Severity-sereiz fQ'3f.fi5i,.E5i1-ESWQEQ, 6851 6? 1 S"W'aVfi"?'i"m"' W "0 IEW'- 'im ,Q ' .LJ .Q . 15 if ii " 'E lie, 'E ES vu 1 FE 5 10 0-s 0-P 2 B1 'isgfv P . IPI Q0 i nut' fQ ' KWH ees U 659 3 'I ,ga , REVUE REL AND GARFIELD MINST THE fx- u- L5 Ld A-4 '14 Sevenly-eight sap Q90 WWF Q90 NW 's'0 90 674 m9aVx9a Q70 Q94 Nfa Q90 'ieileeiligilie?9l?e?JlEe5IC5e?? amp Ifimwhiriua asfgagwxssiilegiiiigivxffgs- use fab 495 055 040 Wai Wah ve: QQAQ was wav aes gum Orchestra ' HE Garfield Orchestra, under the direction of Miss Florence Ellis, music instruc- tor, appeared throughout the year for the school productions and assemblies. Its major appearance was the Spring Concert. at which a most delightful pro- gram was presented. Girls Glee Club HE major appearance of the Girls' Glee Club was their Spring Convert. which was indeed an enjoyable performance. This organization is worthy of our praise. as it has enlarged both its membership and its repertoire. C 'P 1531 'I' S'wl'f'ilf-7!'l?l1lL" 'IEW In if :gi u 1' faq! fi, '-.21 A"?i QQ 3 1 ,gg- N Fi S 'Sf D 1 2 1:1 Hg.- AW- . GJ ' '. Q" Q Q" . Q 3 nw- . 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Instead we must undergo the joys and sorrows of this life until we are tinally received into the sanctuary of eternal happi- ness. Death in itself seems a terrible being. snatching our beloved front us. aml is a respecter of no person. With the saline sweep it mows -.lown the aged and intirm. the strong and hardy. and the youth who are pre- paring themselves to make the history of a nation. How strikingly was this point brought to us a few short weeks ago when we saw' and mourned the passing of one of our lll0Sf' popular boys! This fellow was probably one of the greatest athletes that our school has ever turned out. He was not only an athlete. but a student as well. be- sides being one of the best liked boys on the campus. His winning smile and fine qualities made him hundreds of friends both on the athletic field and in every day life. Yes. that winning smile was always present. Even when the purple and white banners were drooping and the day seemed lost. this boy. a typical example of that "spirit, of 7-ti." was out there tierhtintr. plunging. and striving to win. that smile always present and sportsmanship his uppermost thought. His death was a terrible shock to every teacher and student with whom he had been associated during his high school career. Though Bruno Beckish is eroue front the ranks of the Purple Eagles. we feel that his indomitable spirit will always be leading his teammates on to further conquests. and though he cannot be present in person. his message will be: "Although the odds be great or small. Let tlartield High win over all: While her loyal sons are marching Unward to victory." 193.1 -SAS' '14 sis. awp. laws. sig. .-ws. .-in .-w-. - , ,WA I-in ,wh A.-.A 1.57, A.-.A '2asleaslsaalssaiaaelaeslees Uhr Lflwvhrrirw D DONNELLY, captain who pilot- ed the team, was one of the most ag- gressive centers Gar- field has had. Besides the great strength which he imparted to the center of the line on both offense and defense, he proved to be a very capable team pilot at all times. This was his second and last year of varsity football conipeti t i o n. ARWOOD TUCKER, who started the season as a regular guard, playing his second year of varsity x football, seemed doomed by fate. After having started the lirst third of the season in fine style, he unfortunately received a fracture of one of the verte- brae, commonly known as a broken neck. However Dr. Knoefel was able to set the brok- en vertebra, and after a stay of some twelve weeks in a cast. -K- G a rw 0 o d was his active self. Had Tucker been present in more games. the Gar- field line would have had -even greater strength. X He was a great fighter, and inspired the rest of the players with this essential element at all time. All the rest of the members of the squad were certainly far from be- ing disappointed in the services of Ed, their elected leader, W 11 o captained t h e team through one of the most successful seasons Garfield has ever had. OWARD, "Dutch" Vogel, one of the 'best tackles ever developed at Garfield, was chosen on the mythical Hall valley" eleven, an honor of which he certainly was deserving. Throughout the entire season, he played tine consistent ball, forming a tower of strength on his side of the line. The aggressive- ness with which he attacked the opponents for- ward wall was the outstanding ability which he possessed. Being one of the hard- est iighting tack- les on the squad it is certain that his services will be greatly missed next year. - Eigh ty-scvczz Q9 QW? QV? kid QW? A70 Q90 gif: Qiaygiig qvgyqip gig 0713- agh 655 ve! oemA vgv dlp 655 P I Wei deb Aqgtildemldexx new ous' 1111115111e111Q111s1111a1111Q1 an E5 11 ,. ., , , ,,, ED DONNELLY, F:111t:1i11 111111 C1-1111-rg .T111111,11'. BRUNO BECKISH. 11111 I32ll'1i IIIII1 011051111 1111-11111111' 11f":1ll v:111L'y" 1-11-V1-11, Zllll1 01011041 111115t V1l11lIl1l1O 1l1I1Yf'1' 1-5' squ:111. CLIFFORD SHANDY. 151111: S1-111011 PAUL. ' 'RED ' ' MCDANIELS, H11:11'11: J1111i1.r. -P 1: ,41- ,t ,qi I1 , 11 1 '11 ' 1 J 1931- 1,1 ,., Fx 5 1 1 .1-mg. .n....,,- K, , ff 1 3 . 4,1 .. " ."x1 ygaf 11 U . 4, kv, HOWARD ' 'DUTCH' ' VOGEL, T:1f'k1c:11111 l'1l0S9ll 1110111- hor of "ull valley" 010VGllQ Senior. FLOYD CAMPBELL, Q11:11'tc1'l1:11'kg Junior. Bos EDER, Half Bnokg .Tu11i01'. LEONARD, 1-PETE" KIRCHNER, Tackle :111 11 G 11111115 .Tu11i0l'. l1'i!!l1f,11-r'iyfI1 I 'F -eip 4651 165. gig. 499. 465. 595. - - . rw.. KG.. li-. .ix Ai.. A.-.I V,-. '524MQEQPYQBQIQSQIQSSJIQSQIQQQJ 01112 Menehrriua C-ARWOOD TUCKER, G 11:1 rd: S011 i111'. TOM HERBERT, Q11a1'te1'back: Jllll ior. HOWARD REEVES, II:1lfl1:1vkg F3011i111'. x BOB ACTON, G llil1'L-IQ Ju11io1'. 'I4 M. --.. .. x 1 Aiwa rffx- ff---. , -" -KWQ , .Lu 'Q 1.01 5.6- 1 1 'X :A . .,,k NN. 1 . 'X 5, X 1 1 1 , 1 ,X l ,, . 12. 1 1 A I X 1 - 1 J . 1 j, Q. L, N ,., r- ' P5 12.31, CP ' - 14, -ALC.- Eiflll fy-11 inf FRED MODESITT, 'l':1f-klu 111111 Emlg S01li0I'. JAMES, "TBUS" ALBIN Q11:11'te1-I1:1ckg Svnior. JIM SHORT. End: S011i111'. BOB CHAPPELL, II:1lfI1:1ck: .T1111i111'. 'I4 1 six, Sa- eiayeiab tefvay-eiay-efva- -' - 'swat -eip lib- 165- -eww -Qi'-. :Wa- eeeieeeisesiseslisesiseeeee 5112 1'-391195111115 semeelfieeieeelseelzeilifiesl MARVIE JENKINS, DON DONNELLY. H,l1fb,u,k, End and Hnlfbaukg S0lll0l'- Senior. NORMAN TUCKER, Center and Guard 5 Senior, NED MCPHERSON, JOE WALKER, Student Manager. Sfwleut Manager' 27? Football Summary GARFIELD 18: BRAZIL 0. N September 26, the first game of the year was played with Brazil V High School, being held at 8:00 P. M. at the stadium. A great crowd of backers for both schools turned out to witness the Eagles' victory. Eder, Campbell, and Don Donnelly each scored 6 points, to make the final score 18 to Brazil's nothing. However, it was the functioning of the team as a whole which enabled Garfield to carry on to such a victory. + 151.31 gf QW0YQW0 674 sva xx' Q99 mia T 4 swf, QW, ew, sw, gy, gi, Q60 fEi3l'5a?lf?2Slf525'lE?Q5ligeliiil Uhr BPIIPNITIIE iggglfgggltgplgligggylgggitgg51535 ET xt!! Garneld 12-Sullivan 0 N October 3, the second game of the year was scheduled with Sullivan High School at Sullivan. This was also a night game and many Terre Haute backers were there to witness another Garfield victory. With Jenkins and Beckish both con- tributing 6 points each, the final score stood at 12-0. Four minutes before the end of the first quarter, Beckish charged 40 yards through the line for a touchdown. Late in the third quarter, Eder passed 30 yards to Jenkins who ran 15 yards for the second touchdown. Vogel was outstanding in line play. Two other fine chances for scoring were ruined by penalties. Garfield 0-Tech 0 5' N October 11, Garfield and Gerstineyer Tech battled their way to a 0-0 tie in the first game of the city championship series. The game was played at Tech field at 2:30 P. M. on a scorching hot day with water buckets and towels getting a workout. The game was nip and tuck throughout. Vvegrich, of Tech, was outstanding for his line play, while Eder, Beckish, and Kirchner looked best for Garfield. 'The only scoring threats made were by Beckish, Eagle fullback. Garfield 25-Bicknell 0 N October 25, Garfield faced Bicknell at 3:00 P. M. at Tech field. This, the sec- ond game of the afternoon, following the Wiley game, proved to be an over- whelming victory for the purple Eagles. With Jenkins scoring 12 points, and Beckish, 13 points, the total score was tallied at 25, to Bicknell's 0. Although num- erous fumbles occurred, they seemed very alert in every respect. The reserves were inserted in the final period and held up very well. -1' 1931 'I' Ninety-one evo dia- 465- siaysig. asia- sig- . -in .-'-. ,-'z .iz ri: x'- 'atlzeellsefllteatastlitaeleee Ulu Evnehtrtua Garfield 20-Robinson 13 N November 1. the Eagles journeyed to Robinson, Illinois, to eke out a 20-15 vic- tory over the maroons. The day was a fine one and both teams played great ball. Following a 55 yard run by Beckish after he had received a pass from Eder, the Eagle fullback pushed over for a touchdown on the next play and then made good the extra point after goal. Another pass, Eder to Beckish. netted another 6 points in the second quarter. Desperate rushes by the Illinois crew netted 13 points in the third quarter after which the Eagles again displayed their superiority by forging, in the personage of Jenkins, to save the day. Beckish scored 14 points, Jenkins 6. Garfield 0-Clinton 25 N November 11. the Eagles traveled to Clinton to play at 8:00 P. M. The night was a rainy one. but over 3,500 people turned out to witness what was expected to be one of the best games in the valley during the year. Garfield played good football, but lacked the punch to score when opportunities arose. Time and again, Beckish broke loose for long runs through the whole Clinton aggregation, only to be finally brought down. The Eagles did not appear to be ove1'played nearly so much as the score indicated. The reserves played a large part of the final period during which part of Clinton's scoring was done. The great weight and size aided the "Wild- cats" greatly. but the superiority of their playing in every department could not be denied. Garfield 6-Princeton 13 N November 14. a battered Garfield team did not even display the power to stop a comparatively weak Princeton High team which they faced after journeying to the city in the south part of the state. The purple players were listless, slug- gish, and rather over-confident, The players seemed to lack general team play, with the line especially failing to function. Beckish scored the Eagles' lone touchdown. Y 7 V A 15.131 4- Ninctgf-rzun wp Ga- kia- -Gai .sw -sing sw- -' ' sin--Q1?aw9a--siawsia--sTva- qw faslseelzeeleeslfeeelegelsge Uhr thenehrrtua ees'eeawegasgsleselai- Garfleld 19-Wiley 7 N November 27. Thanksgiving Day, the annual battle between Garfield and Wiley was held. The Eagles, smarting under their Princeton defeat, were eager to have a Cllallfle at tl1e highly-talked-of YViley Red Streaks machine which had gone un- defeated throughout its season. The day was one of the coldest of the entire winter, and the ground was entirely covered with snow. This necessitated a rushing out of heaters at intervals. instead of the customary water bucket. With Kirchner, Eagle tackle, and Ed Donnelly, captain and center of the Eagles, taking out more than their share of Red Streak linemen on each play, more than the usual number of Garfield linemen were able to block for the backfield. During the greater part of the game. this made it appear that the entire Garfield eleven was rushing tlONV11 the held on each play. Don Donnelly having been taken from his position at end, and placed at half- back, was one of the outstanding stars of the game. Both Beckish and Donnelly plunged, kicked, and passed their way to distinction. Beckish also garnered extra honors by making all of Gartield's 19 points. A long pass, Henderson to Cottom, pro- duced Wiley's only touchdown. The whole Garfield squad probably played as great a game as any Eagle team has ever done, eleven players iighting and working hard together at all times. Football Letterman Those receiving letters for football were: Shandy, Norman Tucker, Garwood Tucker, Modesitt, D. Donnelly, E. Donnelly, Vogel, Kirchner, McDaniels, Acton, Jenk- ins, Eder, Herbert, Campbell, Chappell, Beckish, Albin, Short, and Reeves. Shandy, N. TuCke1'. G. Tucker, Modesitt, Vogel, Jenkins, Short, and Albin graduate. Ninety-tlzrer Q65 V iii Y SFDYQQ-Flvaiflv Q95 i QWI7 Y QYQ 1 QW7 QWA W W U val K Has A dns A vue L06 A UAV 'Ae 1 pgs L aus Lana 'Egg' ' sei-'sei'-Qeiieeiifei-EQQBEFGQ wlir QPIIPYFTIIE 'i5ilfi5i'fF55li-ifolw ' 0 Varsity Basket Ball C.ARL "B.-XNGAWAYH PRICE, diminutive fm'- wnrd and rruard. une of the cleverest drib- lvling players on the squad, was one of the lo- crmtains. His leadership extended to the end 'if the fixst semester when his services were Inst due to izmcluatinn. -f ' DONN GOSSOM, co-captain elect for ihe rec- ond semester, played his second and last year as pivot man. His great heiizht and shoot- ing ability made him a hard man to hold. Even though ankle injuries prohibited his playing in ' " ' " ' ' ' several games, his con- Price was exceptional- fl rj AC5M..N 5-V Y sistent scorinir enabled ly dangerous to op- 2. xJi 'Q i N X punents due to his ac- curacy as a long shot artist. 1 him to tally the high- i est number of points scored. aye.. ...- "BOB" Roll, guard, also played his LEUN-'XRD UPETEH second and last year of Kirvhncr, nnv of va.i1:it'y Competition. A the his "bee-f" men on Severe ankle injury cut Ihre -quad, aided Uhe his playing short be- l"5"l'i" EHHIQQ 'IUVAYW fore the last three the first lwu-thirrls of games we,-Q played' 'hp 'U:'i"n with his Sim! 'Sf ,,, 1 , Bob displayed :i world and flnm- i-- 1, r lzinu if ,,f fight and was the :ihilily as hauknruarvl. -1, n -X ,.5 bL.5t hall feedm- on the YV "' 1 ,1.,.,' squad. I l ,. ,.,, .- , , 14.4.1 Q + 1 H 3 1 Nilwty-jnlli'


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