Gas City High School - Epoch Yearbook (Gas City, IN)

 - Class of 1929

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BROPHY, Superintendent JOHN PRATT, President JOHN MALAY, Secretary ELMER GREENWOOD, Treasurer lQ:::::::::m:::3:::::::::::: 1 9 2 9 EiIEZI E3 K2Q Page ten THE EPOCH MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY Mr. Lester Bailey Miss Muriel Ooley Mr. Robert Carmony Principal. of J. H. Biology Physics Industrial Arts Mathematics English Mechanical Drawing Science and Mathematics Miss Cora J, Whitehead Miss Grace McVicker Miss Mary Riordan Domestic Science English Commercial Biology History 1 9 2 9 Page eleven T H E E P O C Hi , 9 MEMBERS OE Tl-IE FACULTY Mr. Henry lVlcHargue Miss Mildred Grifnth M r. Hubert Davis H- t , M ' . Coach Iggy uslc Physical Education General Science Biology and General History Miss Myrl Jones Miss Hazel McCormick Mrs. Betty G. Hutchins Geography English . Aft Arithmetic History History Physical Education 1 92 9 Page twelve 2 ! ' M ,ff X X U-,,,.Vf "1 4 mmf' ' U ,f"Rf N J X 1 ,Z 4 I at X 4? A x HE X M ' 0 X ' 5 XXX XX Xxtxx X z X X f ax 1' U N fs- XX? H 1 in K K 2 ' .X x ' X "q , -f X F 23 x . Q41 '-N ' ' x THE EPOCI-I sEN1oRs A acl Top Row- Bottom Row- IDA LEE FISH Secretary Class '26, '27, P. I. Club '26, Home Economics Club '26, Sun- shine Society '26, 27, '28, "In Old Louis- iana" '26 Y-Hi '26, '27, "Windmills of Holland" '27, "Be an Optimist" '27, Latin Club '27, Glee Club '27, Boosters Club '27, Student Advisory Council '29, "Maggie and Jiggs" '29, Epoch Staff '29, Reporter Sunshine Society '29. JAMES SPURGEON Basketball '25, '26, '27, '28,fBaseball '25, '26, '27, '28, Track '25, '26, '27, '28, City Tennis Singles Champion '28, President Tennis Club '28, President Class '29. ERNA VAN VALER Glee Club '26, '27, '28, '29, Chief Li- brarian '27, '29, Latin Club '26, Y-Hi '26, '27, Home Economics Club '27, Sunshine Society '26, '27, '28, '29, "Be An Optimist" '27, "Windmills of Hol- land" '27, "In Old Louisiana" '26, "Yan- kie San" '25, Double Quartet '26, Class Reporter '27, Boosters Club '27, "Mag- gie and Jiggs" '29, Editor-in-Chief Epoch '29. lE::::::::::::::::m::::.':::m 1 Page fourteeoz RALPH GROVES Parliamentarian Club '27, Hi-Y '2T. '28, Basketball '27, '23, '29, High School Minstrel '27, Assistant Editor Epoch '29, President Athletic Association '29, Student Advisory Council '29, "Maggie and Jiggsf' GENEVA WALKER Q Glee Club '26, '27, '28, '29, Sunshine Society '26, '27, '28, '29, P. I. Club '26, President Latin Club '27, Commercial Club '27, Latin Club '26. '27, '28, "In Old Louisiana" '26, "lVindmills of Hol- land" '27, "Be an Optimist" '27, Boost- ers Club '27, President Class '28, Gregg, Shorthand Contest '28, Latin Contest '26, '27, Art Editor Epoch '29, HOWARD DAY Band '27, '28, '29, Orchestra '26, '27, '28, '29, Treasurer Class '29, "Maggie and Jiggs" '29, Epoch Staff '29. Q.- 7 E m m a: THE EPOCH SENIORS Top Row- KATHLEEN HAYWORTH Glee Club '28, '29, Latin Club '27, Sunshine Society '27, '29, Treasurer Class '27, Home Economics Club '27, Boosters Club '28. THOMAS MORGAN SIMONS Parliamentarian Club '26, Tennis Club '28, Librarian '26, '28, Secretary Class '28, Second Team '27, Baseball '26, '27, '2Sg Varsity '28, '29. RUTH BAKER "ln Old Louisiana" '26g Glee Club '26g Home Economics Club '26, '27g Sunshine Society '27, '28, '29g Vice-President Class '26. Bottom Row- JAMES GLAZE Band '27, '28, '29, Orchestra '27, '28, '29, Hi-Y '28, '29g "Maggie and Jiggs" '29g Latin Club '26, '27. GERALDINE STEVENS Glee Club '26, '28, '29, "Marriage of Nannette" fMarionJ '26g Latin Club '26, '27, Sunshine Society '27, High School Minstrel '27, Epoch Staif '29, DOUGLAS IDEN Chorus of "In Old Louisiana" '26, Orchestra '26, '27, '28, '29g Glee Club '26, '27g Boys' Chorus '26, Double Quar- tet '26g Latin Club '27g "Yankie San" '25g "Maggie and Jiggs" '29, Business Manager Epoch '29. 9 2 9 Page fifteen K ,I '11, 'F-. .iz .-.xy --2'-1 A. 1 vi 7, 4 Q, ,. erm. . ,. EY gf. 1 0 ..,- ,q, s, , ,.,. . V -1 v -. .J - , . .N- f xx, .' .3 .15 ' 4 556 'llprz '-1 la' Fujii 15' v ' gm "L'o5-'gf-' 1 , h " M X-'ii f gy ' ,J -, df 'fr 1 . ggi "ff 35 f N 5' 'S ' --1 . .153 1 E53 W .fH,'i4t- . 'LL 11 f . 1 , T51-' 1 "rag, + --sv .l'r ,rg ,V 4 .llgu E 4 'I . 11 N . -34' Q'-21-1-'f an , Y . . kr-- . G. fi, '- ' 4 5 1 ru 11,1 if gee! .s,, . 1 -ev ,. .-, ,H l .I ., ,391 ,-7,11 ily L-Eff: . fi. S' . ' , 3'-43' -A -L ' UF- . If -' ." vu 'V . f:1 ,-if . up ,1 v: y qi: If 'fsl'-I .' iv RFQ-fl 'ff ,. 2 'F' vs 8.23 ' vilkini 'rp ,I .J ,. fi.: '-,-1 ..- g-2. J. ' I ,w .fsE'Zg,, '. '1f15L'. 9 ,Q , ZQQ .,.. '4 7 If -'X T '.Q-J 12 .1-.ftjx Q. 3 . ,. .dvi .U '-T! wr 'i I 4: ,-.4 4.55, ,- QQ5 .' .1 '3 'EQ--5 , e i .D j? H. 1- yi ,. ,. , 1 la ,V . . ag . En' - p t ...Q K W g. , A . . THE EPOCH SENIORS Top Row- MARGARET BROWN Latin Club '26, '27, Orchestra '26, '27, "VVindn1ills of Holland" '27, "ln Old Louisiana" '27, Y-Hi '26, '27, Sunshine Society '26, '27, '28, Girls' Glee Club '26, '27, '28. WILLARD OLIVER' Orchestra '26, '27, '28, Latin Club '27, Hi-Y '29, Boys' Chorus '26, County President Hi-Y '29. WILMA McPHERRON "Windmills of Holland" '26, Glee Club '26, '27, Latin Club '25, '27, Sewing Club '26, Sunshine Society '28. Bottom Row- MARY JANE SIMONS Girls' Glee Club '28, '29, President Home Economics Club '28, Boosters' Club '28, Sunshine Society '26, '27, '23, DARROW PEARSON Basketball '27, '28, '29g Baseball '26, '27, '28, Librarian '26, '27, '28, 29. ZORA WILSON "Windmills of Holland" '26, Glee Club '25, '27, '28, Latin Club '26, '28, High School Minstrel '27, Sunshine So- ciety '27g Epoch Staff '29, 1 9 2 9 -A 2 ESQ Page sixteen 553325553 2353 T H E E P O C H ::::::IQ SENIORS Top Row- MILDRED JEFFREY "Windmills of Holland" '26, High School Minstrel '27, Glee Club '26, '27, '28, '29, Latin Club '27, '28, Commercial Club '28, Sunshine Society '27, Gregg Shorthand Contest '28, "Maggie and Jiggs" '29, WILLIAM WILLIAMS Yell Leader '26, '27, President Class '26, Class Reporter '27, '29, Band and Orchestra '26, '27, '28, '29, "Windmills of Holland" '26, Librarian '28, Science Club '26, Parliamentary Club '26, '27, Latin Club '26, Boys' Glee Club '26, Baseball '28, Student Manager '29, High School Minstrel '27, "Maggie and Jiggs" '29. RUTH VORIS Latin Club, Home Economics Club, Sunshine Society, Girls' Basketball Team, Minstrel '27, 1 Bottom Row- HAROLD PRATT Science Club '27, Parliamentarian Club '26, Latin Club '27, RUBY ROBBINS "Professor Pep" '28 fIll.J, Glee Club '29, Boosters' Club '28, '29 fIll.J, Lit- erary Society '26, '27, '28 QIll.j, Bas- ketball '26, '27, '28, '29 fIll.D. WILBUR CHAPMAN Science Club '26, '27, Boosters Club '27, '28, Epoch Staff '29. 9 2 9 Page seve1zfeZz T H E E P 0 C H zzzzsm? SENIORS Top Row- JUANITA HELMS President Class '27g Home Economics Club '26, '27g Sunshine Society '27, Glee Club '28, '29, Librarian '2S. JAMES BROWN Varsity '29. HELEN ATKINSON President Latin Club '28g Live Needle Club '26, '27g "Windmills of Holland" '27, Latin Club '26, '27, '28g Glee Club '26, '27, '28, '29g High School Minstrel '28g Basketball '28, '29g Epoch Staff '29, 1 9 2 Page eighteen Bottom Row- WALTER PRATT High School Minstrel '27g Boosters Club '27, '28g Parliamentary Club '26g Boys' Glee Club '26g Yell Leader 28, '29g Typing Club '28g Business Manager Epoch '29. ESTHER GRIFFIN Secretary Latin Club '26, '2Sg Sun- shine Society '27, '28g Secretary Class '26g Boosters' Club '27, '28g Commercial Club '27, '28g Home Economics Club '25, '27, CMarionJ. MARION TEAGUE Hi-Y '29g Second Team '26, '29, Science Club '27g Baseballg Band and Orchestra. 9 T H E E P O C H 5: 51 CLASS PRGPI-IECY The other evening, I was very sleepy: so I went to bed before supper Later I awoke very hungry: so I decided to get something to eat. I came down stairs, and all I could find was some sauer kraut and mince pie. l finished my midnight lunch with a malted 1nilk and a pickle. I then felt as if I had received a surliciency and retired again. Iialling asleep, I soon found myself twenty-five years ahead of time. I was in New York in the Metropolitan Opera Company. I was walking down Broadway and thought I recognized a familiar face, and who was it but the former Ida Lee Fish with her daughter who resembled her identically. She said her son, only nineteen. was following in the footsteps of her husband as a violinist. He was in Chicago giving a concert at that time. That evening, Ida Lee and I went to dinner at the Ritz and while eating, whom did we see coming toward us but two very handsome gentlemen, whom we recognized as Halter l'ratt and Ralph Groves lformerly "Mutt" and "lliddie"l and two young ladies, neither of whom we knew. XYe later learned that Mutt and Biddie had never been able to settle down and were still looking for one who would suit them. They said that they had been in Cincinnati a week before and had seen Geraldine Stevens. She had married a millionaire and was enjoying all the luxuries of life. They had also seen Geneva Walker and her husband just entering a 'theatre but were unable to talk to them. Since Mutt and Biddie had been traveling extensively we were glad to hear what they knew. Mutt said that Bucky Day was following his father's footsteps. and was Mayor of St. Louis. Darrow I'earson and Donald Simons we1'e both basketball coaches and were great successes. Ida Lee said while she was visiting her son she saw Flames lformerly Bustoffil and Juanita lI-Ielmsl Brown in Chicago. james was the president of a large chain of grocery stores, and was very happy. Douglas Iden was last seen in Los Angeles, preparing for a trip to China where he was going to try to promote education. After so much talking, it was getting late: so I bade "adieu" and left to get ready for my appearance that evening. planning to see them after the opera performance. 1 9 2 9 Page nineteen T H E E P O C H i i Leaving, I stopped in front of a very up-to-date establishment on Ififth Avenue, and going inside, I inet Donna Simons who was designing dresses and was becoming famous. I told her of those of who-m I had heard, and she said Zora XYilson and IYilma Mcljherron were both married and had gone abroad. XYhen leaving the opera, I again met Ida Lee, her husband, Mutt. and Riddle, and we went to Ida I,ee's home, very up-to-date and beautiful, to talk over the old times. James Spurgeon, who had planned to be a bank robber, but had taken up aviation instead, had been very successful in carry- ing mail across the Atlantic. I picked up a New York paper and found that IYilliam John XYilliams had just made a great invention, and we were all surprised at that. I left New York the next day to visit friends in Boston, Massachusetts. IYhile I was there. I saw Margaret and XYillard Oliver. t1Irs. Oliver formerly was Margaret Brownj and they recognized me immediately. They said that they had lost all account of the class since graduation. As I was touring, 1uy next stop from Iloston was Buffalo, N. Y., and there I saw Mildred Jeffrey, who was teaching school. I though I was rather lucl'v in Oettinn' in touch with so many' members of the former class C X. e- 6 ' . of 'ml I left the east and went south. I met no one whom I really was intimate with until I reached Tampa, Florida, and there I met Harold Pratt, who owned several large modern garages in Florida, besides many shares of stock in land. He said that ,Iohn Brown and Jim Glaze were also in Elorida, and were great architects.-They had gone into business together. I told "I"rattie" I was leaving that evening for New Orleans. He said I might visit IYilbur Chapman, as he was in New Qrleans, owned many acres of land, and was becoming wealthy. -Xt New Orleans, I met Ruth Yoris and Ruby Robbins who were both teaching school there. I began recalling my acquaintances in my Senior year and I remembered I had not found any trace of my two best chums, Esther Grifiin and Kath- leen Hayworth. I always asked about them and nnally, while I was at San lfrancisco, about a month later. I saw Esther and Joe. now her husband, and they seemed very happy indeed. I asked her about Kathleen, and Esther said Kathleen was married and lived in IYashington, IJ, C., at that time. as Merril fbetter known in school days as "Scoop"5 was a Congressman, tkof course, that case was always known to be serious! 1 9 2 9 Page t'lU67'lffL,Y T H E E P O C H Esther asked about other old schoolmates and old times, I told her about them as I knew where nearly all of them were. She asked what I was doing and I told her. Of course, she was not a great deal surprised because my hobby was always singing, but no one ever guessed I'd go to the top, I told her I had never married and she was shocked then. I traveled on to XYashinq'ton and Oregon, and met llelen .Xtkinson in an office. She was surprised to see me and told me she was going east. I was also returning' and we decided to go together. Vve met Clarence Graves on the train as we got off at Cliicago. .Xs we were visiting in Chicago, we met Marion Teague, who was hurrying' to an important meeting of some kind: so nothing' was gained through him. Iflelen and I decided we would come hack to Gas City again To see what things looked like. Passing through Gary, Indiana, we met the only class- mates remaining, Ruth Baker and Ilelen Morris, both of whom were married an d very happy. Before we reached Gas City, my wonderful prophetic dream ended as I had found all the Class of '29. I felt rather ill, hut was thankful for the revelation that had come to me. Wow! THOSE GUM CHEWING GIRLS The gum chewing girl And the cudschewing' cow Are somewhat alike, Yet different somehow. IYhat difference? Uh, yes, I see it now. It's the tl'lUl1g'lllflil.lI look Un the face of the cow. ' " L A, I ' alle :lf L, QQ V-5 .L G? 1 9 2 9 Page tiueiztv-mm T H E E P 0 C H SENIOR CLASS POEM Seniurs have Colne, Seniors have gone: XYe hope theyre all lYhere they helnmg. In this. nur sclmol, Ts a system hulrl, Called ul:CL1ClZ1llSIU,y' Froin the days ni nlcl. First is S'purgec'm, XYe'll call him ",lim,' A wonclerful king XYC fuunrl in him. Then, there is "lliclcly" :Xncl "Bill lXvllllZlll'lSH too, They'x'e clwne a lot Tn luring ns thruugh. The shurtest day. lYithin this year, Is "liuclcy" Day lYlimn we Fnncl here. These are the oflicers. Of nur Class. Fur ll lwetter set We cunlcl not ask. The rest uf us XYhu fall in line Are living here In a wunflerful elime. lYe see "lim" Glaze .-Xncl "Duke" 's with hzni, .X wmifle1'f11l help TU us they'x'e lreen. Our fuulisli jester XYe must name. And plum' "Mutt" l'r:1tt Is the une we hlanie. "L'liappy" ancl "Shun" Are alsn there. lfllthllgll is saicl ,Xlinut this pair. 1 9 2 9 Page tzvenfy-two '-' zzz: T WIYQ T H E E P 0 C H ig ESQ "Sam" and llarulcl Sit sicle by sicle, llut "l'ee XYee" Pearsrm They Cilllllilt hide. These were nur "li11igl1ts" And "Squires" and t'l"ages," Now let us turn To all the mairls. ghllllillg' the fairer sex XYQ H1141 A list uf 11a111es That will mit rhyme There's lima and ".lerry" :Xml Icla l.ee, Three prettier girls XYe'cl like to see. The-re's not a hloncle T11 Esther's class. ilxllfl as fur UL'l11'lSU ClCllEYilvS not last. Helen and Milclrecl Have futures bright, "lt'll cn111e out i11 the wash" So tllE1t'S all right. .lll?1llltZl'S there XYith "l,l11stoPf" llrnwu, :Xml Klargaret aiirl XYillarcl Are also found. There is Ruth and D1'11111a And Xxvlllllil. too, xxvllffli was the day XYl'lC1'l they were hlue? Ruth Baker Illlil Zora Are also there, XYllCl1 it comes to work- They'1'e lmth had a share. Ruhy and Kathleen Hve found on the way, But they're as griticl as the hest T know we'll all say. 'Our time draws nigh, XYe're all clone our hest To help and to hrmor em G. C. H. 5. sw. C. 1 9 2 9 5-J Page twenty-tlm'ee T H E E P o C H i ANNUAL CLASS WILL 1928-1929 I, Erna Ruth Yan Yaler, "Peggy," will my ability to sing to Elizabeth Garthwait, my chewing' gum to the Freshman Class as a whole lperhaps they'll need it to stick to businessl and my job on the Annual Staff to any -lunior who is able to get it. I, Ralph Webster Groves, "lliddie," will my way with women to Edmon Yironet, my friendship with Mr. Brophy to blames Edwards, and my basket- ball ability to "Scoop" Dailey. I, Ida Lee Mary Tomasine Fish, "Fish," will a few inches of my height to .lulia Lewis, my graceful walk to Ruth Rothwell, and my ability to write pl-ems to Mary Martha Xyood. I, lYalter l'ratt, "Mutt," will my sweet disposition to ,lohn Simpkins, my ability to be quiet to Donald Millspaugh, and my acquaintance with a certain .lunior girl to anyone who will prove capable of keeping it up as I have. I, Geraldine Stevens, "jerry," will my curly hair to -lulia Lewis, my height to Adrienne Love. and my small feet to Elizabeth Garthwait. b I, Honorable Sir, I'hili J Yerlin lames S Jurffeon, "lim," will mv dilfnitied . D . . b position as Ilresident of the Senfor Class to Edmon Yironet, and my good behavior in assembly to Edgar Crosby. I, Geneva Mae AY2llliCl'. "Farmer," will my long' and beautiful tresses to Pauline Stevens, my wonderful complexion to Florence Nieman, and my Ford to Mildred Crouch, so she won't have to run to school. I, Donald Thomas Morgan Simons, "Simo," will my beautiful black hair To Ralph Atkinson, and my friendship with the lfaculty to Kenneth Brown. I, Donna Mary -lane Simons, "Simo," lDonald's sister, will all my art ability to Mary Lewis, and my quiet and sedate manner to any -lunior who will possess the correct qualifications. I, Marion Abijah Teague, "Sam," will and bequeath my ability to sleep in the assembly fevery study periodl to Edmon Yironet, who has run me a close race all year, and my Lizzie to Nliarren Groves. I, Esther tilenolia iirithn, "Blondey," will my typing ability to Elizabeth Price, my curly, golden locks to my sister, Yiola, and llly popularity to Mil- dred Bastian. 1 9 2 9 Page twenty-four THE EPOCH I, XYillard Harvey Oliver, will my sense of humor to Catherine Benoit, and my wonderful personality to Cecil Morgan. I, Margaret Brown, "Brownie," will my tall stature to Bernice Butler, my typing ability to Ruth Baker and Florence Nieman, and my personality to any Junior who will come for it on the thirty-first of May. I, lames "jr," Brown, "Bustotif," will all my dignified ways of a Senior to james "Jimmie" Ildwards. and my way with a woman. tyou all know who I meanl, to anyone who can get her. I, .Iuanita Adeline Helms, "Farmer," bequeath my million dollar smile to Elizabeth Price, and my purple sweater to Myrtle Bell Coy. I, Mildred Jeffrey, will my quiet and serene manners to Mildred Crouch, and my shell rim windows to Elizabeth tiarthwait, if she'll wear them. I, XYilliam "XYillie" John IYilliams, will and bequeath my cute ways and expressions to the incoming Freshman Class. so that they will have a start and won't be quite so green, rperhaps greenerl, and my clarinet to Geneva George. I, Zora Aileen NYilson, will my way with men to Pauline Stevens and my quiet and modest manners to Mildred Crouch and Helen Morris. I, Howard Francis Day, "Bucky," bequeath my great height to Donald Millspaugh and my good behavior in band and orchestra to Mary Martha XYood. I, XYilma Bernice McPherron, will my beautiful eyes and curly hair to Irene Walsh and my gentle disposition to the Senior Class as a whole to keep lights from occuring, rat least the tirst few days of school l. I, Darrow D. Pearson, "Pee XYee." will my gentle and calm manners to James Lewis and my place on the basketball team to 'lolm Simpkins. I, Helen Louise Atkinson, "Peggy," will and bequeath 1113' place on the Annual Staff to llerneice Butler and my appealing smile to glean O'Brien, and lastly my dates with high school boys tall of themb to Mary Lewis. I, Ruth Yirginia Baker, "Bill," will my friendship to Florence Nieman if she'll take good care of it. my share in Solm's grocery truck to any girl who is capable of getting it, and my aristocratic walk and dignity to Beatrice Graves. I, Harold Pratt, "Prattie." will my Ford to lYarren Groves if he'll promise not to drive it to school, and my gentle and manly manners to "Scoop" Dailey. 1 9 2 9 ' Page twenty-five af, '1.1 .JA ,-.-1 .r. -T-.-Q . K I lf, . .., 5 E mu. Y, v- ' la U, '-:Q I- L Q-. Q Q. ' 'ig ' .w ' ,,". . Q 1 b .L I , G' x, ,,, .1 . Q.:-A , V I mt. in ,x . ,ax A ny' 145' a ,- s "1 4 I, Qi: Q 1 l M b I, Q 9 ,, 1 X X-xx, 'fvv ,r- h. f A- 4... J-5 ki... , 5 .fi L I . it Y' t :- f 3 K cr -k:fgLfQ'Jn-??t'fn.sL ' ' hi' ,V , 4 '72 '- . .Lf . .e-Y'-J, ' 1 i . fag, , rpg, ' -1.2 .'f E J If ' 3515 i -3.2 . ..,, 1, 1,-hiqw' , .'2+3" .3 if - "-rf L 'I YP- 0 flaw .I .. 'iff' . ,. ,1 .V .,,,5Q' , - - - :Q - Y? -,u ' 1- V L44 ' .R . .1 Q 1 -. .,r,- 3 . ' 451' 4- ' ,dt-7 ,A ' x, vl- ' ., -gr. .f f N" .ff 'L .L j J .1 Lf: --X .V . , -1, ' i4 --1 - -'gli ..' V.- F -. ' ' , 1" Q11 R A P 2 , VI , MZ. -,.- -'A' - - . ' .4-I 1 ft, 1 -,mf .7 tb VIL. 1 -ei.. 'f!L.'5'e.:f-v 4-QV - F - -, . .- .g .' 0 ,' . 21" . 5 4f,.. ' 'i, - ' I ' - .1 ,,.,4 ' . ITA, 1' '-1: . i' ' f' ' v, 4 ' 1 --, '. N 4, .F ! 'J .fi 54 , L 1 x t' 'Z ' R 'Z 1 Y 44' FP A it ' ' -v I? k l if 5 A P . 'E 'ff , f 4 - rl ff .lf L k. .qs . 1 X- I' It lf' ' 59' '-16.5 Lv J -A, 5.1 12 , . 5 f , ,- Q 3, ,, ' J my B! fl 4.4" X353 .g pf, 1" -3' if . .P-ku? 2 2193 ii fvgggfn. 1 ii I M ,'S1'!'-.',,-as ". ij'-fir , .' . 'wma .' -ft-fret :I Z:-311' V: -G Ji A R52 ': , SN! I gg ., - if fn 9311+ "mg -' A 4. .' f"a?'G-2 ' -1-".. 1 X 4 . ,x v .ug . 1. , . - 9 . ,-L - T H E E P O C H I, Kathleen Elizabeth Hayworth, "Katie," will my true and everlasting affection for a certain Sophomore to anyone capable of getting it, and my most dignified walk to Mildred Crouch. I, Douglas Iden, "Dukie," wQll and bequeath my ability as a public speaker to Edgar Crosby and my dignity to Ralph .'Xtkinson. I, Ruby Blanche Robbins, "Shorty," will my height to Berneice Butler and my ability to talk to Virginia Dancer. I, blames Edward Glaze, "jim," will my dignified manners to Edgar Stan- ley, and my Hirting ability to Clarence Graves. I. XYilbur Judd Chapman, "Chappy," will and bequeath my ability to write poetry to Mary Cochrane and my sense of humor to Burr Peterson. I, Ruth Mabel Yoris. will my beautiful complexion to Elizabeth Price and my gentle and dignified manners to Geneva George. I, llelen Irene Morris, "l'rimp," will my curly hair to Ruby XYilson, and my high heeled slippers to -lulia Lewis. I. ,lohn llrown, ",lohnnie," will my quiet and sedate ways to Kenneth Longfellow and my soft and beautiful voice to Mr. Klcllargue. -E. R. X. Y. 'X' 'I' 'I' Mutt: Your hair will be gray if it keeps on. Mr. KlcHarguc: XYell, if it keeps on, I shan't mind. -I' 'I' 'X' A Scoop Dailey: Be mine, Kathleen. and you will be treated like an angel Kathleen: Yes, I suppose so. Nothing to eat and less to wear. No, thanks. 'I' 'I' -I' ,Ioe Miitsch: XX'hy didn't you answer my letter? Esther G.: I didn't get it. -loe Kliitsch: Didn't get it? Esther G.: No. and besides I didn't like some of the things you said in it. -I' 'I' 4' ' Geneva XYalker fgoing into Solms' grocery storel: Mr. Solms: ls anybody waiting on you. Miss? Geneva NYalker tblushingl: XYhy yes, Dick Yan Yaler is waiting on me outside. lle wouldn't come into the store. Euzxnzicaizizzzzzcnnzm 1 9 2 9 Page twenty-six T H E E P O C H l :z:::: 11:::rf:: 'r'nf::6I all-+ --f -4--l-ag Favorite Pastimes of the Seniors Helen Atkinson .A.,,,,,,.,.eewwA,..e.....e.Ae...v....ee......w......w....., e....VVYweeAVV.....-,.,,.YY, .A.,ff. ' I 'Xilinx' Ruth lriaker ......... Y......VVw,.w..........YA. I Jliftlllg lXI,f11'g'211'Qt Brown ,A,,,, ..,,,,, 7 lialking to Xyillilrtl James llrown ,,,,.,,,, ,,,.......,....... B Listing off XYilbur Chapman .AAA.... Howard Day ',..r. ..... Ida Lee Fish ....... James Glaze YY,.., Esther Griffin .,,.., ..,..,, Doing Ralph Groves ...........,.... Kathleen Hayworth ,,.,,. Juanita Hehns ......,,,, Douglas Iden ,,,e,. Mildred Jeffrey '....,.,, XYilma McPherron ,...... XYillard Gliver .,.....,., t..,Y , . Uarrow Pearson .,,, XYalter Pratt w.....e,,. Harold Pratt t,,.... Ruby Robins ,Y...,, Donald Simons ,... Donna S"mons .,,, , blames Spurgeon ......, Geraldine Stevens Y... Marion Teague ..,,., Erna Van Yaler ,,v,.. Ruth Yoris .,.,....r...r Geneva XYalker Xyilliam Williams ,,,. Zora XYilson ..t.,,,,..........,,.e,.,........eeee,eeet,.ee.,,,rr,eee,,.,,,eeeer,ee 'I' 'X' 'Z' XYHO KNEXY TIJATS XVilma lXIcPherron was in love? Geraldine Stevens hated boys? Mutt Pratt was lonesome? Geneva XYalker had her hair cut? Rnnn ........XYritiiig' poetry ,..,,...Being a nuisance il....i.,,.,Having dates XYatching' Esther work for the teachers Loafing' ,....i..,....Being absent .,,.....X'Zl1ll1Dll1g Bustoff ,,,,,..kiUllliJlllg his hair ,,.,.,.,..,,,,..,.lleing good .YVa1nping "Chappy" Listening to Margaret ,Fighting ,Growing a mustache Driving' his Car ,Dreaming of Illinois .......Y..,........k.illttl1lg up ,,,,,,....W,..,s,,.,,Drawing L...,,Teasing the girls ..Talking to the boys ..sTalking to Eleanor Chewing gum Minding' her business Y...........,,..,.l,,,,,StllCij'lllg Arguing fng' home from school llustoff Ilrown was crazy about the girls? Biddie Groves was bashful? blames Spurgeon liked Mr. Brophy? Esther Griffin has black straight hair? Erna Yan Yaler disliked jewelry? Ida Lee Fish was doomed to be an old maid. Sam Teague couldn't drive a Ford? Helen Atkinson couldn't type? D 1 9 2 9 Page twenty-seven LA THE EPOCI-I XYHO KNEW' THAT-l Cuntinuedl Zora XYilson was a lilirt? XYilliam XYilliams was meek? Kathleen Hayworth was fat? lilouglas Iden was lazy? -IZIIHES Glaze was sleepy? Ruth Baker was engaged tu fuur fellows? Mildred Jeffrey was an adventuress? Ruby Robhfns was frnni Mississippi? Margaret llrown hated tu write notes in school? XYilhur Chapman was a heart-breaker? Hwward Day was so tall that he eunldn't get into the scluml roum without sttvoping? .Iuanita Helms didn't like llustolf? llarruw Vearsun hated tu light? llunald Simuns never started an argument in his life? Donna Simuns danced? Ruth Yoris was htqisterruus? XYillarcl Qliver never had a date with a girl? llarold Pratt was a ptlet? THE YEAR CDF '29 ,X smile and a tear Xlark the end ul the year twenty-nine. .X smile fur the work that is all completep .X tear fur the unes who have met defeat, ' :X smile and a tear for '2'l. r-X hope and a fear Mark the end of the year twenty-nine. AN hupe that we pass with honors to spare. A fear thatisume will meet with despair, .X lmpe and a fear for 'Ill A sigh and a cheer Mark the end uf the year twenty-nine. .X sigh when the hwur of linal parting nears, .X cheer for the class well termed "The Pioneers." :X sigh and a cheer for 'lil -Class Ilmetess 1 9 2 9 Page twenty-eight --... L 51 Q Ji 'N . Q FI. ,. :rpm f f ae 5 lf '1 ' Q7 L.. If 2 , ,, . lg M ,i l , ' f ' k A ' B-ff g K i R: Xxx 1 NX ' ! ,fi f 1 SX -fe Y f x'5S':i? X f "ff A N . f f'X A 1 , Q Y ff x 1--ff X M K if 1 I 4-' - if I K, as V527 gQ1f'jf5T H, if-' Q. J ' Sf, V jx - . ,iff . . K AMA : 29 1,11 Y ! --K-mm"""'-,-vf-..,g v-M M--M Mm -AJ f::ffE:'2': T H E E P 0 C H IN MEMORY OF HARRY KIMES WHO DIED NOVEMBER 18, 1928 1 9 2 9 ::: :::Ej Page thirty THE EPUCH Tl-IE JUNIOR CLASS Eclinon Yironet Y,,,.. ,..,7,,Y,...,.,,,v,. l 'resident Elizaluetli Price ..A,, .,,.,..,..... X 'ice-Presiclent Clarence Graves ,,,,,.. Secretary-'llreasurer Miss Riurclan ,,,.,, .,A.,A........,,,.,,,,,., S ponsor Top Rpm'-l'aulinc Stevens, Berneice Butler, 'lznnes lirlwarcls, Elnora llriglit, Mary Cochrane, Ralph Atkinson. Florence Nieman, lflizabetli Davis. Miflclle Row-lJurutliy Davis, Milrlrerl Cruucli, Xlvarren Groves. Myrtle Hell Coy. Geneva Geoige, Gail Atkinson, Mary Lewis, Lila llarber. llottoin Run'-Edinon Yironet, Elizabeth Price, Clarence Graves, Miss Riorclan. Delores Gray, Johnnie Brown, Helen Morris. 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-one E in :-:E T H E E P o C H JUNHDR CLASS HBTGRY Our class entered high school two years ago only as Pages. Xlie were very green, hut we were determined to learn the rules and to play the game square, XYe survived the first year and at the heginniug of the second, we learned that we were to receive the title of Squires. Most of us used this year to get our majors and minors, however, we took part in clubs and haskethall and had several Squires on the hoys' first team as regulars or suhs and a num- her of Ladies on the girls' team. The Ladies won the inter-class tournament and were awarded a crimson and gold hanner which now hangs in the assembly. A This is our third year in high school and we are now Knights. Wie are going to do our hest in athletics and social activities, as well as make good grades. The Knights won the inter-class tournament this year, and we hope that the Ladies will win, too. XYe also have much work before us, that of giving' the Nohles a real farewell, hut we are going to stick to our task and make it a success. livery class must have a share Of honors now and then. The -lunior Class is always there And Ed is leading them. ln baskethall they rule supreme, A-Xs a class they're full of pluck. .Xs our successors. here we deem To wish them "Best of luck." -XY. C. SOPHOMORE HBTORY As we are Squires tSophoinoresl now and have passed our infant year in high school, we feel somewhat like upper classmeu, .X year ago a class that we thought was the hest class that ever entered high school came over from the .luuior Heh School. The upper classmen had different ideas. and since they considered us green and only Vages, we had to take their punish- ment. This was rather hard at tirst, hut what is life hut a series of "up's and down's"? XYe are now in our second year and doing well. Vie are looking' forward to the time when we shall he Nohles, dignified Seniors. The Nobles of the Class of "3l" expect to do great things in the future and hope to leave a record which will he difficult for our followers tu surpass. Eajzzzzssmuzzzxnnzzm 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-two THE EPOCH SOPHGMGRE CLASS Edgar Stanley ...., ,.,., Y,A,.,.. P 1 'esident Yirginia Dancer AA..,A,, .....,,,.,,,. N 'ice-lflresident Eleanor Greenwood ,,,, Y,,.,,, S ecretary-Treasurer Miss Uoley ..,..Y,,.,...AAA...........,,,,..A.4., .,,.....,..,...........,.A..AA......... S ponsor Top Row-Donald Millspaugh, Merril Dailey, Edgar Stanley, Kenneth Longfellow, Conley Herring. Clellan Hedden, Edgar Crosby. Middle Row-Kenneth llrown, Virginia Dancer, Alice Groves, ,-Xline Murphy, Ruby lYilson, Yiolet Hurlock, Mary Alice Huffman, Karl Cook. Bottom Row-Glen Griffin, Ruth Bothwell, Catherine Benoit. Mildred Bastian, Elizabeth Garthwait. Miss Ooley, Eleanor Greenwood, Louise- Stith, Julia Lewis, Thelma Morgan, Stanley Curtis. 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-three T H E E P O C H gy FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY Our great day came when we became Pages fFreshmenib. The first group of this class came over on the good ship, Promotion, and landed September 4, 1928. XYe were treated royally, although we were very green. XYe proved that we could do our duty as Pages, so we were passed the last half of our Hrst year to G. C. H. S. Then the second group of our class came to join us on January 28. 1929. They promised to serve the high school and do their duty as Pages, and I think they have succeeded so far. Wve have three years more ahead of us. Then we will have the oppor- tunity to become Nobles. XYhen we become these dignified persons, we will show the Class of '29 what they might have accomplished in G. C. H. S. -C. E. MY RUSE My favorite tlower is the rose, All pink, red, and white. Of all the flowers growing, The rose is my delight. XYhen T'm all alone and weary, And sad, and feeling blue, I go out in my garden And pick a rose or two. Then I put them fresh in water, And set them by my side: .-Xnd soon, l'm as cheerful as ever. My dreariness has passed o'er the tide. So, to those who read my poem If ever you're lonesome and blue. .lust send for me and my roses And we'll certainly cheer you up, too. -V. G. EE::u::::::::ggz:::::::::.- 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-fouo' IQ? T H 1-3 E P 0 C I-I inns: FRESHMAN CLASS Top Row-Gordon Roush, Harold Smithi lVoodrow Gosnell, John Vo- land, Ernest McGinnis, Ronald Dawalt, Earl Heath, Leo Hamilton, NVayne Kilgore, Harold Morris, Spencer Antrobus, Lewis Shockey, Arthur Adrian- son, George Glaze, George XYetzel, Raymond Ferguson, George Curtis. Second Row-Everett lYood. -lohn Adams, Norman Dailey, Elmer Short, XYoodrow Voris, john Ruley, Marvin Curtis, Glen Crosby, Adrienne Love, ,lean O'Brien, Lucille McPherson, Lucy Atkinson, Martha leilrey, Beatrice Graves, Ada Yironet, Leatha Linville, Cecil Morgan, Mr. llcHargue. Third Row-Mary Martha XYood, Mary Jones, Hazel Dawalt, Nellie Parks, Viola Griffin, Bertha Merkle, Delores Stegmoller, Berniece Zirkle. Elfreada lVesling, Blanche Harter, E'eanor Gent, Lucille Couch, Marjory Hillman, Eunice Day, Anna Marie Smith, Yiolet Adrianson, Catherine Mil- holland, Qren Atkinson. Bottom Row-VValter Collins, Clarence Parks, john Simpkins, Ben XYhittingham, James Lewis, Charles Eakins, Thomas Dailey, Harold Harris. Page thirty-fife af, '1.1 .JA ,-.-1 .r. -T-.-Q . K I lf, . .., 5 E mu. Y, v- ' la U, '-:Q I- L Q-. Q Q. ' 'ig ' .w ' ,,". . Q 1 b .L I , G' x, ,,, .1 . Q.:-A , V I mt. in ,x . ,ax A ny' 145' a ,- s "1 4 I, Qi: Q 1 l M b I, Q 9 ,, 1 X X-xx, 'fvv ,r- h. f A- 4... J-5 ki... , 5 .fi L I . it Y' t :- f 3 K cr -k:fgLfQ'Jn-??t'fn.sL ' ' hi' ,V , 4 '72 '- . .Lf . .e-Y'-J, ' 1 i . fag, , rpg, ' -1.2 .'f E J If ' 3515 i -3.2 . ..,, 1, 1,-hiqw' , .'2+3" .3 if - "-rf L 'I YP- 0 flaw .I .. 'iff' . ,. ,1 .V .,,,5Q' , - - - :Q - Y? -,u ' 1- V L44 ' .R . .1 Q 1 -. .,r,- 3 . ' 451' 4- ' ,dt-7 ,A ' x, vl- ' ., -gr. .f f N" .ff 'L .L j J .1 Lf: --X .V . , -1, ' i4 --1 - -'gli ..' V.- F -. ' ' , 1" Q11 R A P 2 , VI , MZ. -,.- -'A' - - . ' .4-I 1 ft, 1 -,mf .7 tb VIL. 1 -ei.. 'f!L.'5'e.:f-v 4-QV - F - -, . .- .g .' 0 ,' . 21" . 5 4f,.. ' 'i, - ' I ' - .1 ,,.,4 ' . ITA, 1' '-1: . i' ' f' ' v, 4 ' 1 --, '. N 4, .F ! 'J .fi 54 , L 1 x t' 'Z ' R 'Z 1 Y 44' FP A it ' ' -v I? k l if 5 A P . 'E 'ff , f 4 - rl ff .lf L k. .qs . 1 X- I' It lf' ' 59' '-16.5 Lv J -A, 5.1 12 , . 5 f , ,- Q 3, ,, ' J my B! fl 4.4" X353 .g pf, 1" -3' if . .P-ku? 2 2193 ii fvgggfn. 1 ii I M ,'S1'!'-.',,-as ". ij'-fir , .' . 'wma .' -ft-fret :I Z:-311' V: -G Ji A R52 ': , SN! I gg ., - if fn 9311+ "mg -' A 4. .' f"a?'G-2 ' -1-".. 1 X 4 . ,x v .ug . 1. , . - 9 . ,-L - THE EPOCH EIGHTH GRADE Top Row-Arwin Pratt, Norman Street, Ralph Gray, Marion Edwards. Alpheus Bonewitz, Paul Stephenson, Samuel Crouch, Alton Curtis, Ivan Ellis, Elmer Burton, Clifton Spence, Alfred Jones, l-lugh Brown, Jack Court- ney, Cliffton Voris, Leroy Qwens. V Second Row-Richard Ditmer, Earl Heath, Ellendel Thomas, Bertha Minnick, Beulah Troxell, Othella Dancer, Bertha Mae Pearson, Thelma Nicely, Martha Morgan. Miss McViclier, Elizaheth Poor, Ruth Sorrell, Lu- cille Newby, Frances Kiser, .-Xnna Sloderheclc, Mildred Lanham, Edward Miitsch, Victor james. - Third Row-Earl Holloway, Guy .-Xtkinson, Basil Lowe, Ralph Carrol. Beatrice Miller, Mary .lane xYllll211l1S, Elsie Ferguson, Dorothy Dudley, Ethel Louise lYard, Gladys lYallace, Bernice llatiield. Mildred Eck, Edith Min- nick, Mary Mclllhirt, Mary Jones, Irene XYalsh, Leah Arinstrong, Charles Bender, Edgar Peterson. Bottom Row-Charles Gent, Max Pratt, Harold Mitchener, Frank Bos- worth, Harold NYilson, David Myers. 1 9 2 9 :zz Eye thirty-six :Zag T H E E P 0 C H -zz z: l i - Mm 1 SEVENTH GRADE Top Roxy-Carl Stanley, Floyd Dodson, Thomas llarter, Fred Rhoten, Lester Myers, Frederick tjore, Robert Adams, Fred Millspaugh, Wendell blones, Claude Judy, Earl Ludlow, Charles Clark, XYallaee McDaniel, Harry Lowe, Ray Morris. Carl Atkinson, Gene Spurgeon. Russell Roseberry, Hu- bert Hiatt. Second Row-Xorina Dailey, Lillian Traylor, Irma Lugar, Mary Shaf- fer, Dorothy Demaree, Leona Enierling, bluanita Shattuck, Carmen Swisher, Leola Hillman, Mary Riser, Margaret King, Yirginia Sprague, Coronellia llrfggs, Mary Catherine Yan Valer, Eileen Stevens, Mary lane Garthwait, Ruth Anna Ferguson, Sylyia Gorham, Dwight Ballinger. Third Row-XYilnia Sinionton, Helen Parker, Ruby Cochrane, Mary Shockey, Mary Lamb, Elnora Lewis, Magdalene Young, Bernieee lYallaee. Yfolet Pratt, Madeleine Bourie, Margaret Perry, Einogene Greenlee, Mattie Oliver, Mildred Rollins, Dottie lick, .lune Ludlow, Harriet Shatter. llottoni Row-Rayinon Roads, Robert Huffman, Edwin Bastian, XYillis hletlrey, XYarriner xyaae, XVillard Murphy, Frank Hedden. 1 9 2 9 Page thirty-seven fgjlillil klllliiiillifiil T H E E P O C H 1 Q v I V I Y I 1 Page thirty-eight E i I I X . I I sf- r,, 5? 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Y' ! -MMM-f -Q k 4 S V 2' 1 " vi? lx V X , , Y . . . 1....,.l--..........., T H E E P 0 C I-I znzzxi' GRCHESTRA Twp Rmx'-Cunlcy lle1'1'ing', Nlzutitm Teague, l':1uline Stevens, Mary Klar- tlm Xlbtwfls, Elizalmeth ilurtllwzlit, Mary blames, lfclwarcl Kliitsclt, Cecil Klturgan, .Xlice G1'm'es. lluttum Rmvfblulmn Slll'lll5Ull, Yiwlct llurluclc, tlenevzl George. hlolm Rulcy, llxvight BE1llll1Q'Cl', llclen Mmwis, hlezm O'llrien, Hazel llawalt. blames Glaze. l'luwa1'c,l Day, XYill,f:im XYilliz1ms, titmcltm lQtbllSl1, Miss Gliflitlls, ,lolm ,Xrl:Lms, lluuglas lclen, XYemlz1ll-Innes, liE'llll6Ill B1'mvn. llartmltl Harris, XYillis vlcttrey, Nllflllflll Street, Clifttm Yaris, lilmcr Slwrt. lflezumm' iireellwoutl, lEli::::::::::::::::z:::::::::x.' 1 9 2 9 ::::::r: Page forty T H E E P 0 C I-I GLEE CLUB Top Row-Mildred Bastian, Catherine Benoit. Geneva XYalker, Geraldine Stevens, Berniece Butler, Barbara Garland, Ruby Robbins. Middle Row-Mary L. Lewis, Julia Lewis, Eleanor Gent, Kathleen Hay- worth, 'luanitn Helms, Yirginfa Dancer, Tlielina Mwrgnziii. llottoni Row-Mary Coelirane, Ruby lYilson, lilizabetli Davis, Miss Griflitlis, Helen Atkinson, Mildred hlelifrey, Zora XYilsOn, Donna Simons, 1 9 2 9 Page forty-67-g T H E E P O C H BAND Top Huw-Hubert Hiatt, Arwin Pratt, Dwight Ballinger, blohn Ruley, Violet llurlnck, john Sanpkins, llarulcl Harris, Marvin Curtis, Everett lYood, Cecil Mnrgan, lfclwarcl lliitsch, XYallace McDaniel, Conley Herring. Secuncl Row-Hr. Conrad, Marion Teague, XYilnia Simrimnton, Eleanor Creelixxwncl, Pauline Stevens, Mary Martha XYoocl, Elizabeth Garthwait, Mary Jones, Klagclaline Young, X-'inlet Pratt. Bottom Row-Helen Morris, Ruth llothwell, Genera George, lean O'Brien, llazel Daxralt. .-Xlice Groves, james Glaze. Charles Clark, Howard Day, lYilliam XYilliams, Gorclun Roush, Kenneth Bruwii, Margaret King. ' A if i2 BAND DIRECTORS -Xlllir lielrla ancl liecleiulx Reiter have lmeen clirecturs uf our hand the last half nf the year, and gave incliritlual in- btructinns. lQ5::::::::::E:z:l:::E:::m 1 9 2 9 Page forty-two iq THE EPOCH Donald lllillspaugh HI-Y CLUB llfarren Groves .....AA .. ...v,.....,,vPresident ce-President XYillard Oliver . .........,.,. Secretary Merril Daily ..,. Y,..,. 'I 'reasurer Mr. lXlcHargue ...... ....... S ponsor Top Row-George llvetzel, Clarence Graves, lYarren Groves, James Glaze, Johnnie Brown. Middle Row-Mr. Davis, Karl Cook, Donald Millspaugh, James Edwards, Mr. Mel-largue. Bottom Row-Merril Daily, XYillian1 Qverly, Wiilliard Qliver, Stanley Curtis, Mr. Brophy. lf you think you can temper yourself into nianliness by Sitting there Over your books, it is the very silliest fancy that ever tempted a. young inan to his ruin. You cannot dream yourself into P1 character! You must lianinier and forge yourself one. 1 9 2 9 Page forty-three THE EPOCH BGGSTERS CLUB Mildred Crouch .... ............v. l 'resident Ralph Atkinson .,,, ....... X 'ice-President George XYetzel ..... ..,.., ..........,.,,, l Q eporter Top Row-Kathleen Hayworth, Anna Marie Smith, Virginia Dancer, Barbara Garland, Florence Nieman, Ruth Baker, Kenneth Longfellow, Robert Hesling, Charles Eakins, Harold Smith, Ronald Dawalt, Burr Peterson, Gail Atkinson, Arthur Adrianson, -lolin Adains. Second RowflXlartha bleifrey, Marjorie llilhnan, Leatha Linrille. Mil- dred liastian, Catherine Benoit. lleatriee Graves, Ada Yironet, Lucy Atkin- son, Eleanor Gent, Ralph Atkinson, lflerneiee llutler, Elizabeth Davis. Viola llritiin, Dorothy Davis, Mr. Davis. Third Roxy-Lucille Couch. Lucille Mel'herson, Ruby Robbins, Helen Morris, Myrtle Bell Coy, Elizabeth Price. Mary Cochrane, llleanor NYright, Mary Alice lluffnian, Mildred Crouch, Yiolet Adrianson, Aline Murphy, Catherine Milholland, llertha Merkle, Eunice Day, Delores Stegenioller, Nellie Parks. Bottom Row-lilen Crosby, -lohn Rulcy, George Glaze. Clarence Parks, laines Lewis. Ben Axllllttillgllillll, Oren Atkinson, XYoodroxr liosnell. fjgggmzz urgzz-.::::z:::::?a:::::.-::m',s 1 9 2 9 Page forty-four -Bi lzz znnzz T H E E P O C H i::'z:fT:::fgj,l TEACHERS' CLUB Myrtle Stanclifurd .A. ,.A w,7.,,.,,,,,,,......., I "resident Myrl jones A,,,,,A,,AAAA,,,,,, ,,,,.AA ,,,,, , YY,,,,.,.,,,, S e cretziry-Trezisnrer Top Rmx'-Mr. Henry Mcllargne, Mr. Hubert Davis, Mr. Earl Coy, Mr. Robert Carniony, Mr. Lester Bailey, Mr. Il. bl. Brophy. Middle Row-Miss Muriel Ooley, Miss Ruth Dustin, Miss Mary Ridrdan, Miss Evelyn Kensler, Mrs. ll. FI. liropliy, Miss Cora -lane XxYi'litCilCZ1d, Miss Grace MeYicker, Miss Hazel McCormick, Miss Myrl -Innes. Bottom Row-Miss Lois Pratt, Miss Margaret Spurgeon, Miss Hallie Overman, Miss Myrtle Standiford, Miss Glad. s XYalker, Miss Fern Long-- iellow, Miss Lucy Andrews. Miss Mildred Griffiths, Mrs. Betty Grave Hutchins, Miss Margaret Sheehan. 1 9 2 9 Page forty-five .gf I I ' 1 , 1 . 5251, ,i xl, d A l ' -, ia-mais. r, - Yi 'f ff Q-. gi H ' lg " f .l1. i'i "f Er ?-pg 'A ' W! l 1 Efix ff? M' izffw kr, fl W4 u-,1 '.- VLQQ, :Ea-, is 'J Q Z 1. mem c I .wh lfu 1 .1 1 39,0 ,f .1 f '41 1 'fu . ah 'I 1 . v X. im. N113 'P' .0 ,xg gffsyi 1 Qgnghr U, 1' lv ff . .-, ' H ' 4. 4' Fig' ,,-If 1:5 .NJ xin N.. fm- 1 9 Q 1 1 iilu- 7' Y 5h 'Lv up W 1- jf ., 4, IW! -4 - 1723 X 4: S I ,. '-:,ha'Qx ' Q 559 A' - v. L . -'A v ,.- ' ' -.-1 V' hz-:'17f'v?1""'i!': ..- M ' ij, a:Q5wgg,:1 .1--. .. ,Qtiigz ya , ' ,yr " xy xi -I 'ia .- .f . -. "wi :Q-iE':f,41e-Zur' 'f' 551443 'Q -- it x ' V if 'ffgqggfiaiz af if - b zsgivfa ffffl f .Z - isgaghz-,, . . .fgygigax ', ' 1- .-bs' :':,-'P'iWE:,f'.1M -1111'-- .Q -fa ?':Ef5w5 ,Lamb 41,21 A '.-3'v'4f:1:'i,-: .4 '.r v1.51 z K1 -jf,5'.,"1., "' , al 141,224 ,Q V 'Q ' - 1' W' .. .u.- wa-1' ME: 2 .. . . . 4... - van. 'ii-za 4 .iii J- . :rl-V.. ,LP -Q- -in "HZ-E59 .-:if ' . 13 . -u I- -.L 1 :Nr , 44? -. , NF .-:ag-hg,.l. I - V mcg,-3:, , " a' LQEW-7 W.. I. ' P. 1 , I - ' -. 5' THE EPOCH MANUAL TRAINING During the past few years Manual Training has become a very popular subject in the lias City Schools. As a result of so much interest being mani- fested in the subject much new equipment has been added. Three power machines have been added which enables pupils to turn out a much better grade of work and also much more work. Of the three power machines. the jointer or hand planes were First added. This machine squares or joints edges of boards as well as trues the surfaces. The next to be added was the circular saw. This is very valuable in squaring material. Another important feature of this machine is the dado saw which enables one to cut grooves across the material. This may also be used in making various joints. The next machine to be added was the band saw. This machine was found to be very populas among the students as they were able to make projects requiring irregulai cuttings. This machine is-used in cutting all irregular curves. These curves are used as an added attraction getting away from the straight line type of work. In addition to the above machines several so-called bench tools have been purchased such as chisels, bits, saws, spoke shaves, rulers, and many other such tools. ' f :Xt the present tfme we have about eighty students enrolled in the Manual Training Department. As far as possible, the work is organized on a project basis with the fol lowing as some of the objectives, namely: To coordinate the mental and mus- cular powers. To develop a realization of the necessity for accuracy. To partially satisfy the motor tendencies of the adolescent boy. To give the boy a series of varied experiences such as will assist in finding his vocation. To give the pupils experience in the use and care of woodworking tools. To learn through experience the use, kind and qualities of woodworking tools, and materials. To increase pupils' range of occupational information about wood using industries. 1 9 2 9 zzr zzzzz g Page forty-six at O T H E E P O C H i m xm: fgj LABORATORY ROOM A Sequel to America Our teacher 'tis of thee, Sweet Robert Carmony, Of thee we sing. Long may your memory fight, Long may your heacl be light lVith many other sights Than these I bring. My English teacher, thee. Taught many things to me Thy name I love! I love thy mind and will, Thy looks are not as pills They fill nie full of thrills Like those above. Your teachings fill the breeze And rings from all the trees Our English song. Let no more teachers fake Or any rules break: XYhy do they make us quake NVhen we do wrong? Our teacher, 'tis of thee, XYl1o teaches chemistry And English, too. lf you'll only have a heart XYhen next semester starts XYe'll never pull apart Or pull in-two. I M 1 -XV. C. 4 1929 Page forty-seven T H E E P O C H HEALTH CREED A clinic examination was helfl in the Has City Sclmnls during the winter season. Iluctwr I". Tavenner ancl llnctnr Y. G, F-hnnlcwiler examined the children uf the twu rclinnls. lbnctnr Tavenner. the lncal physician. examined the chilch'en's hearts, lungs, tnnxils. anrl general physical uimlitiniig while Ductnr Y. G, Shnnkwiler. the lncal clentist. examined their teeth. The parents of the ehilrlren were immecliately nntifierl as tu their chihl's condition. .Ns a result uf this examinatinm. much sflcness was avertecl. The pupils ul the Gas tfity Sclwuls jnin hancls in giving' the two local clfjactiws a whwle-heartecl. "Wk thanlq you." "My burly is the temple uf my suul, therefure. "l will keep niy hotly clean within and withnut. "l will hreathe pure air anfl l will live on the sunlight. "l will :ln nn act that might enclanger the health uf nthers. "l will try tu learn ancl practice the rule nf healthy living' "I will wnrlc anrl rest and play at the right time anal in the right way, sn that mx' mintl will lie strung' anil mx' hnclx' healthv. and so that l will leacl a useful life and he an liimni' lu my parents. tu my friends ancl tt- my Cl'bl1l1ll'j'.u 1 9 2 9 Vuyc forty-eight F.- fl f if it -Q X E ' ' EX .,.. Q- "- ivy' ' ff Nr V A , 59'g..f'3Q I LT' ' - L X V, If X E YK f a 5 5 '-"k ' I' 04 51 . 2 sm 1 ,fkxx , 5 ' gl' ft 1 I fl Y W Q f E X 4112! I J , ' K. X Q ' J' 1 x 1' f 1 3 X - QE-s T H E E P O C H EEQJ ,G s 5 A " i fwff ' 'f' "f"'?.-, . Neff' :Q a'1lQ:f.1!l'LTS 'T-274. SCHOOL TENNIS COURTS TENNIS During the lirst few weeks of school, Gals City held its first Tennis Tournament on the school tennis courts. Any num or boy in the city was eligible. There were several entrants from the city and school. It took about a week to finish the Tournament, and lllarren Groves and James Spurgeon played the iinal match, and now, Gas City's champion tennis player is James S'1nn'g'eon . l The spirit shown towarcl this new sport, which was just recently intro- duced to any great extent in this city, was exceptionally good. All the boys and 1nen who competed were out to win the 'llOlll'llZllTlC11t and the honor of the city champion. 1 9 2 9 Page fifty . Q T H E E P O C H zzzzzzzzzazzzzzanlzgl H. G. DAVIS Coach BASKETBALL RECORD 1928-'29 Gas City 'Y..... 20 Upland ,..A.... ,,., Z -1 Gas City '... 20 Eatoni .......,,,,,. 52 Gas City ',,w,., 31 Fairmount 50 Gas City '... ,...,. 3-L A-Xlexandria ,.,,.. 21 Gas City' ...,,. 21 Fl'Z11'1litOl1 ,,,.... .... . 32 Gas City' ,...., ,,.... 2 K3 Hvindfall ,.,..., .... x il Gas City' ....A, 31 Upland ....... 36 Gas City ,...., 23 Spicelaiid ..... . 2:1 Gas City ',...,. Y,,... 4 2 bweetsei' .... .... . 36 Gas City '.,,, .. 27 Eaton ..,.,s 47 Gas City' ..,.., .27 ElXX'tlt'lCi ,,v... ....... 1 U Gas City' .,..t, ....., 1 8 XXYi11CifZ1li ,,...,, ,,,. . 56 Gas City '.i..., ,,,... 1 U Summitville 35 Gas City '...... ,,,,,. 1 9 Franktcm ...., t,,t 2 1 Gas City '.,.. .. ZW ixi6XZ1l1dl'iE1 ,.,,.. ,,,. . 31 Gas City' ....., ...,,v f 31 Elwood .Y.... .,.,.., 1 5 Gas City '....,v ,,..., 1 7 Hartford .Vw,..s ,,,,,, 4 -L Gas City' ..,.., 25 Pendleton ....- .... . 38 Gas City '.,,. .. ..,,.. 19 Fairmount 36 Gas City' ....., ...... 3 6 Sweetsei' ....... .,.. . ?O 1 92 9 . Q L...- Page fzjty-one Q:g::::::::::::::::: T H E E P O C H 5: fwfr' f-My D?"Z'7"'?AT'?"EhE ,1 vf' 7' . ,f ...r ' ..,,. .. 5, , , 5 , w D J 5 I s q , I E I F f T3iTCL'L'5:f1gi 1 i K ..1VL...' ,..I4.L,'L FEQNQQQ EUHRD N la -V'W""!M1'VllXl N' ini H fi CENTER ,., . , Page fifty-two lQ::::::::::::::::::ggQQ T H E E P O C H ::: E1 T' XZETDVTDN, T M EEYWUNE FUWNQPD 1 9 2 9 Page fifty-tinge FUQNHRD 5 lTQg:::::::::z::::::: :i:g:1 T H E E P O C H 4,2115 City frm City.. it this City this City tins City tins City tins City has City tins City 4iIlS City Has City fins City M115 City' this City' SECGND TEAM RECORD Cplaiial 6 Ifzitim ,,,,,, ll l'iZLil'lllHUI1t -17 ,Xlcx:1ucl1'i:1 50 Xxvilliiiilli ,,,, ..,,. 1 7 Cplzuirl ,,,i Z4 Swectsci' ,,,, lim Xxvillllfilil .,,t, ,. 21 Summitvillt- Irs .ylexniiclrizi IW I l:1i'tf1vI'cl City 52 MCCLIHMCII 73 Vciiclletuii .,t,,, , 25 Sweetsci' ,,,,, fb 1 9 2 9 Prrgc fifty-fozrr T H E E P O C H FREE THROW CONTEST g This year Gas City held something new, a free throw contest or a foul tossing contest. This contest was open to any boy or girl in high school. Several took advantage and entered the contest with the idea of winning the beautiful trophy given by the school. The contest was interesting and excit- ing. At the close of the contest Gail Atkinson, and .lohn Simpkins had tied for iirst place by pitching 30 out of 50 throws. The boys pitched off the tie, and -lohn Simpkins won over Atkinson by pitching 26 out of 50 against At- kinson's 21 out of 50. THE TIGER YEAR This year it seemed that the Tiger crew had the odds against them through all the season. Although the team suffered many defeats and won few victories, it is not a black mark on their slate of basketball. XYhen the Tiger crew came on the tloor to play. they fought through the whole game with the untiring effort to win. The fighting spirit is the thing that the people liked and wanted. All through the year our team fought for G. C. H. S. with manly sportsmanship and pride. Our coach worked very hard this year for a good team but on account of new material, the season was not so successful In summary of the year, we, the Senior Class, leave this prophecy to the under classmen and basketball fans, that next year our team will be one of the best, and least defeated teams in the whole county. DO THIS If your school needs boostin', boost 'er, Don't hold back and wait to see If some other feller's willin', Sail right in, this country's free: No one's got a mortgage on it, It's just yours as much as his, If your school is shy on boosters, You get in the boostin' biz. If things don't just seem to suit you, An' the world seems kinder wrong, XYhat's the matter with a-boostin', -lust to help the thing along? Cause if things should stop a-goin', XYe,d be in a sorry plight. You just keep that horn a-blowinf Boost 'er up with all your might. 1 9 2 9 Page fifty-five E:igggj:A:1:::4Q:g:3 THE EPOCH g3:::::::::::: may FOREWORD This, The Epuch of 1929, is pre- sented to the Students, Ifacultjf and .Xhnnni of Has City Iligh Schuul. XYQ, the Senior Class, present this xwvlulne nut hecztuse it is ri custmn, hut because we think it nccessziry tu slum' inure clearly the grmvtli tif nur High Schmil. E::::z::::E:E::::::::::.1::m 1 9 2 9 :::::::::i s z:u::::LQl Page two T I-I E E P 0 C H W ,. Reggae SEPTEMB ER -l-School started off with a bang. YYe miss the old Sen- iors, but we have more than enough Freshmen to till their vacant seats. '- 12-Senior and other classes met and elected officers. ' fi. fm, 13-Committee met and appointed an Annual Staff. :eil - - . ll l-l-Senior picnic at XYhite Dove. Seniors start off in the 'tffiv is . . . . . , ff' lead with social activities. 5: 18-Junior class picnic at XYhite Dove. A 'iii ZO-.lunior Class won Inter-Class Tournament. There was ,, -M .1 some trouble about the decision of the referee in the Senior- Freshman game. V QT 1: -YJA W 4, 51. ,t rt 4 W tl . . L! v if ' Q. Q f s, i 2-l 73 28 1 8 ll 12 15 17 .fa ' 21-This afternoon before Convocation, we had a yery splashing aHair. Donald Simons accidently gave Yirginia Ferguson and surrounding community an India ink shower bath. Donald was per- forming stunts with the ink bottle when the cap Hew off and the ink went wild. We won't repeat some of the things that were said when about a quart went into Virginizfs mouth. -Ifirst call for basketball. Large number reported. -hlunior and Senior High School met and elected the Athletic Association ofiicers: President, Ralph Croyesg vice-president, Gladys XYallace: secre- tary, Alice Groves: treasurer, XYarren Groves. Mr. llrophy suggested that we call this the "Groves Athletic Association," and wondered if there were not some more members of this illustrious family in the Cas City lligh School. Someone mentioned Elizabeth ifiarthwait tprobably the next tiroyesl. -L'onx'ocation program given by the XYest XYard.i A Hag and Bible were presented to the school by Daughters of America lodge. XYe thank you. OCTUIHCR -.lunior and Senior High School picnic at Rock Dam. About one hundred and tifty were present. All reported a good time. -We had Mr. Chase an'cl Mr. Dodge tsounds like a game of tagl. with us this afternoon. Mr. Dodge gave a very helpful talk. -Six weeks tests. Oh, dear! -Convocation today. l'rogram celebrated Columbus Day and Riley's birthday. -llasketball tickets went on sale. lloost the Tigers and get a ticket. -Report cards are out for the tirst time this year-new yellow ones. XYe have a vacation of three days, while the teachers are at State Teachers' Association. f r- mm 1929 Page fifty-six l i zzsznmi T H E E P O C H gang' 22-Everyone was glad to get hack to school. Father-and-Son Banquet spon- sored by Hi-Y Club. 2-l-Senior High School elected XYilliam Overly and XYalter Pratt yell leaders. Let's make this year a year full of pep, and hack the team. 26-XYarren Groves appeared this afternoon with a badly damaged eye. XYon- der what caused that? Had a peppy pep session this afternoon which ended with a snake dance. 30-Quite an exciting day-This morning Esther Griffin found a kitten downstairs and straightway adopted it. She carried the kitten around all morning in her sweater and took it home at noon, and there it stays for all we know. 31-Mr. Marshall read ".Xhie's lrish Rose" for us this afternoon, and after that another short reading. Did we like it? Oh! l guess so. NUYEKIIRER 1-XYe had a very interesting reading, "Cappy Ricks," hy XYilson Paul of Taylor lfniversity. Did you like it? lf you didn't, just change it. . 2-blames Glaze just took a seat ton the tloorl. J-Big' pep session. The ceiling at the front of the assembly is Cracking. 6-Election day at school. Hoover won over Smith with 172 votes to 91. Pictures taken for the Annual. 7qlXIoved our seats. The first two rows in the assembly on the east side have been devoted to the two families, the .Xtkinson's and the Browns Someone suggested that we shave our heads and put on striped suits or else have the hoys wear knee pants and the girls wear long-tlowing dresses. Ye olden times. Night schoolg big crowd here. Tigers were seen in action for the First time. Going to have a fast teamg not fast to the Hoor either. 9-First game of season. Land Upland! 12-Lost to Upland by four points. Too had! 14-Interference in gym will cause delay in putting up the hankboards and the electric sign hoard. Stay out! 13-The 12B English Class will take the life of Jonathan Swift tomorrow. Uh, murder! 19-XYell, we didn't eat Eaton. Not much, but wait for the next game. Pic- tures arrived for the Annual. 20-Seniors had pictures taken for the .-Xnnual. School attended the funeral of Harry Kiines. Page fifty-seven T H E E P O C H 21-Mary Cochran's Z3-'lilianksgiving is 7 hair is turning red. NVhy? here. That means a vacation. Mount Fairmount! DECEMBER QT ? 0-New teacher this morning, Mrs. Fritts. lYe won the Qt- ilirst game ot the season when we beat Alexandria .Lili O 1 cv-l-21. D 5 ci 6-The day went quietly by. except for the unseating ot a "0 xrafciul certain dignified Senior. The moral is "Do not go to l -0 'gl sleep while leaning' on a chair." For Iurther mtorma- li. ...,f O G' tion see Duke Iden. l 0 Es' 7-Senior Class Play postponed because of the illness of i the cast. I lO-School dismissed at noon for a week because of the Lf", "Hu" epidemic. 17-Back to school again and ready for more work. Gas City just about beat XYindfall. 19-lf any one wishes to know where Miss Riordan keeps her paper, ask XYilma McPherron. 21-'Teachers are all in a good humor today. M'onder why? "See you next year." 'I,-XNLYXRY 2-llack to school again. Cafeteria starts tomorrow. 3-Cold? XYell, we should say! ' -l-XYon the second game of the season from Sweetser. 5-Get revenge on Eaton, eat 'em up, Tigers! 7-XYhat's the matter with Stevens? O-Senior Class l'lay "Maggie and 'lig'gs" went over big. XYas it good? In a way. yes. 12-Get your programs made out. 17-Final exams. llelp! ' 19-Cards for the first semester given out. Look at the smiles. Three of our dignified Seniors received their diplomas to keep. Sorry to see them leave. .2-l-Mr. llrophy suggested that the girls adopt a uniform to wear to school. At the meeting of the county Ili-Y at Fairmount, XYillard Qliver, a member of thc Gas City lligh School lli-Y, was elected County President. 1 9 2 9 Page fifty-eight THE EPOCH 23-Conquerecl again hy Summitville. 29-Edgar Crosby likes to eat so well that he brings a piece to school, so he can eat it the third periocl. 30-Elizabeth Davis and llarhara llzirlanrl have poor health. ITIZB RU.-XRY 5-Parent-Teachers' meeting. 7-Senior party at Mr. llrophys lfreryone reported a good time. 3-lflurrahl We heat Elwoocl 131-15. Dicl it up hrown that time. ll-Three new typewriters iutroclueecl into the typing rooin. Wveleomel 12-Senior llox Supper :intl LiZlI'I'!lYZll. lJon't miss it. 15-Convocation torlay. Klr. -lessup gave a very interesting' talk on the sub- ject. "Thinlcing'." 16-Last home game uf season tonight with Fairmount, 17-Mfss Ooley almsent this morning. lS-Hazel Dawalt seems rather fond of Marion Teague, considering the demonstration of her affection totlay. 19-Hi-Y County Banquet. Large number present. 20-Play, 'Hearts anfl Diamonds," at the High School .-Xuclitorium tonight. 22-Ended up season hy heating Sweetser 36-SO. lYho knows but that the Tigers may he the winners of the Tourney. MARCH .-.......... 1 V51 PG in jggjy 1-l 3 - . . . . . .. 3 Q! l-tonvocation is in charge ot the Juniors today, Dit- iful lerent awarcls given to pupils. -I 2, Oo ' ' L' ' ' ':': I -.. . - . . . 3 ik' tx 1 -l-Civics class went to Indianapolis, attenclecl a session ot v 3 the legislature, got their picture taken and put in the "Star" They visited many other interesting places and , f H 1 - ,N . ' lx fi things. i 5 ri q .fel 6' 5-Musieale tonight. Better he here! psig sb In-james Tzflwarcls wants the prize tor putting in more Q "I" i" time doing nothing than anyone else. lYill he get it? 1 9 2 9 Page fifty-oline THE EPOCH l-I-Sophomore Class in charge of Convocation to-day. A play, "The Nirth- Provoking Schoolroonf' was presented. It was mirth-provoking. Ask anyone. lH-The Civics class, under the direction of Mr. Alcllargue, attended a theatre party in Room -l this afternoon. Everyone seemed to enjoy himself. Zo-Junior Class play "XYhen a Feller Needs a Friend" is to be given to- nightg better not miss it. You will want to see Ralph Atkinson's trous- ers. 27-Seniors won Track Meet. l-lurrah for the Seniors! Z9-Spring vacation of two days. A PRI L 3-Splendid talk given this morning' by Mr. Strauss from Sonsa's Band. 5--Gas City was represented in the County Mnsicale by the Girls' Glee Club and the Orchestra. S-Banner presented to the Senior Class for winning Inter-Class Track Meet. Reports given of Clean-up NYeek. Over four tons of paper sold. U-State Librarian here to help us get our library in good condition. Doe-sn't it look nice now? 12-Freshmen in charge of Convocation to-day.. "Literary Tanglef' a negro dialogue and a reading were given, much to the delight of all. 15-XYake up, -lanies. class is over. 16-Biddle teaching school? XYhat next? Q 17-lllr. Carmony's birthday to-day. XYonder how old he is? l9--Pupils of the XYest XYard gave a minstrel. It was a dandy. 20-Commercial Contest, at Marion to-day. The Advanced Shorthand team from Gas City took second place in this event. The team was com- osed ofi tieneva XYalker, Mildred Jeffrey, and Helen Atkinson. Zl-Kathleen llayworth was given Honorable Mention in the State Poster Contest. MAY l7-junior-Senior Reception. 19-liaccalaureate. 20-2-l-Senior XYcek. Z-l-Coinniencenient. 221-School closed, and so does this little chapter of our high school life, Arliosl Page sitrfgl THE Epoeu DICTIDNARY .Xche-Stimething felt after 'lll1ZlllliSQ'lYl1'lQ'. .fXin't-'l'here ain't no such word. :Xnnouncements-Miss Oolefs daily dozen. Athletics Association-'l'he Groves family. liasketlball-Ask anyone and he will tell yull. Bump-.-X raised place which results from a fall. Compact-An article which makes some girls beautiful. Coinh-.'Xn article Hr. Kldlargue has no use for. Dear-Sam Teag'ue's name for Eleanor. Cross-Klaggies attitude to liggs. Crowd-'l'hree people. Date-Merely a delicious fruit that Mr. Klcl"larg'ue is always wanting in his- tory class. Detour-.-X town Harold Pratt is st'll looking for. Dough-lDad's earnings. Dooms' Day-The end of a semester. Education-That which the Faculty is trying tu give us. lfiglit-"lliclcly" and Darrow in action. Fire drill-A temptation to run home. Freckles-Rusty spots. Funny-llon Simons. tlrin-Some girls' idea of Hirting. tiuni-Soinething the teachers would like to chew, lmut how would it look? Hill-.-X field with its hack up. lleart-Something the boys lose when a new girl comes to town. Hint-Something' dumb people refuse to take. Home-A place to eat and sleep. Hopeless-The Sophomore Class. Idea-An element lacking in the :lunior Class. hlealousa.-X sensation which makes the eyes turn green. joke-A kick for some people. Jonesboro-A step across the river. Kid-:X Freshman. Kill-That which you do to mosquitoes. l.UYCilvI'lClGl:ll'lZ1l3lC. Moustache-.-X decoration on "Klutt's" lip. 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-one C T H E E P O C H Move-That which Miss Rinrclan dues slowly. Nu-Xlihat the girls say when they mean yes. Notes-Articles which Hy around the assembly. Uhlige-That which the Freshmen think is an Irish name. Original-'l'hat which Xlvilliam XYllllfl1IlS trfes to he. l'araclise-'l'hat which Miltun, the poet, lmst. Petting-I Censurecl J. l'lease-:X wurcl the high schmml students have forgotten. l'uwrler-'I'hat schcvcil girl cmnplexiun. l'retty-The Senior girls' civnceptiun nf themselves. l'rm'e-That which is clone in gemnetry. Revenge-Sweet. Runge-An artificial blush. Rnngli-jaines Spurg'eon's nature. Secret-Nuthing fur three. trim much fur twu, and just einmgli for one. Sleep-That which a majority uf pupils crave on Munclay morning. Sinmre-:X sung sung by "ll11stwff" in Civics class. Sweet-All uf the girls' idea ul -lwhn F-iinplcins. True-lYhat Kathleen is tn, "Sump," Iinsuphisticatecl Lirevicef-XYise crack, "nit," Yini, Yigur anml Yitality tprunnuncecl wim, wigcfr anrl witalitvl-Pep. Yutes-That which Al Smith rlid not get enwugh of. lYeclge-The heginning of the smug. "XYeclge Get That Girl?" X-cuse-That which Mr. Bropliy stars in. Yell-.X noise hearcl at haslcethall games. ' Yryung'-Something that Bliss XlcYicker tries to he. Zchra-A funny lmwking animal that inhahits ulmieslnuiwm. Gentle rearler, clo not he alarmecl at our XYehster's. It is the hest we cuulcl flu the clay after a Civics exaininatiun. XYe used all uf uur mental ahil- ity un it. and. alas! we have nu inure in stuck. SMILE! SMILE! SMILE! USCl11HllC unrl rlcr wurlclt schniiles mit yall. Laugh uncl cler wurlclt will roar. lluwl anrl rler wurlclt will leaf vnu, Und never crime hack nu inure." "Not all uf us cuulcln't heen hanclsmne Nut all uf us have glint clothes: But a schinilc is not expensive. L'ncl it cuvers a wurlclt nf vuesf' 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-two T H E E P O C H uzzzzzzzz zzzggfj SENIOR-FACULTY PICNIC The Senior Class entertained the Faculty with a picnic at lYhite Dove Park on Friday night, September l-l. ,-Xhnost everyone in the class was present and the Faculty was well represented. Food and fun were plentiful and everyone enjoyed both. HIGH SCHOOL PICNIC :X Senior and junior high school picnic was given October 2 at Rock Dain. lt was sponsored by the Hi-Y organization of the Senior High. About one hundred and fifty students and twenty-live Faculty nieinbers were present. Pictures were taken and games were played. NYieners, buns, pickles and inarshniallows were served. Thanks to the Hi-Y, everyone had a good time. JUNIOR CLASS PICNIC The 'lunior Class held a picnic at XYhite Dove Fark at the beginning of school. The ,luniors are a live bunch and from all reports they enjoyed theniselves. A dark and griin secret was disclosed at this picnic. lt should not be told but here it is-Mr. Davis didn't get enough to eat! SOPHOMORE PICNIC To be in style the Sophomore Class had a picnic. This also was in Sep- tember and was held at Rock Dani. Hr. Davis, Miss Qolcy, Miss Riordan, Miss XYhitehead, and a large number of Sophoniores were present. After the ineal they played baseball and other outdoor games. They had an excep- tionally good tiine. 1 9 2 9 Page S'i:22f'-U-HL7'66 THE EPOCH SENIOR CLASS PLAY The Senior Class gave a play XYednesday afternoon and night, January 9. lt was to have been given on lYednesday, December 5, but on Tuesday. the day before, ahnost the entire cast became ill with inliuenza. As a result the play was postponed until after the Christmas holidays. This gave the cast and the coach, Mrs. La l'orte, of -lonesboro, more time to rehea1'se. The play was a success from every standpoint. The title was "Maggie and lig'g's." TH E CAST Michael uliggs, a bricklayer ..... Uinty Moore, his chuni ,... .,,,................................... Maggie liggs, -liggs' Rite and general manager .,..., Margaret bliggs, called Peggy .......A....,,,.,............... Sewall Mordaunt, a capitalist and builder .......... Robert Mordaunt, his son and in love with Pejyf gb' ---,-W Y 5 Count Bartini, a swindler ............................................. .,.. Mrs. Yan Courtney, an adventuress ,.... Samuel Ellison, a corporation lawyer ....,, SENIOR BOX SOCIAL ........Ralph Groves ....lYillia1n Overly .,,,.....Ida l-ee Fish ...Erna Yan Yaler ..,,,,Howard Day ,,.........TZIlUCS Glaze ,xxvlllllllll llvllllilllli .,...,,Mildred Jeffrey ,.,,,,Doug'las Ideu The event of the season was held on Tuesday night, February 12, 1929, in the High School Auditorium. A long to be remembered night. The Sen- iors had a Carnival and Box Social. It was a wonderful success. Everyone had a good time. Those who did not take part in the activities sat on the bleachers and watched the fun. Mr. Puckett was the auetioneer for the evening. .-Xfter the boxes were sold, a popularity contest was held. This proved very exciting, for there were several popular high school girls nominated. Geraldine Stevens won the contest, bringing' in something' like 51100. Next was a lazy 11'l21l1'S contest: Mr. Brophy was elected the laziest man in Gas City. or maybe it was Grant County. During' the course of the evening' the guests visited the ditterent booths in the .'Xl1fllfUl'lll11l. The lishing pond proved interesting, also the fortune teller. The hot dog stand was not allowed lo get cold either. while the "ancient means of travel" and the "llnla-hula" dancer were quite popular, too. E252 4+w-w '--:-ww 1 9 2 9 4+-.+w ++-f+f -s+4+4+ Page sixty-fmm' TQ Elsie? T H E E P 0 C H WHAT WE HAVE Our fattest girl-XYilma Mcl'herron Our fattest boy-James Brown Our thinnest girl--Ruth Yoris Qur Our Our Gur Our Cnr Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our Our shortest boy-Howard Day shortest girlwlXIarga1'et Brown tallest girl-lcla Lee Fish tallest boy-VVillarfl Qliver athlete-Darrow Pearson typist-Helen Atkinson singer-Erna Van Yaler smartest-Geneva XValker laziest-Marion Teague love sick one-Kathleen Hayworth llirt-Ruth Baker vamp-Geraldine Stevens sheik-James Spurgeon fashion plate-Harold Pratt pals-XValter Pratt and Ralph Groves twins-Donald and Donna F-imons newest n1emberhRuhy Robbins dreamer-'luanita Helms meek one-Mildred ,lelfrey worker-James Glaze poet-XYilbur Chapman blonde-Esther Griffin tease-Douglas Iclen quiet one-Zora lYilson talker-XYillia1n XYillianis. Q 0.0 sfo SENIORS ' Some were short :incl some were tall, But I loved them one anrl all. Some were fair anrl some were plain, But jolly good fellows just the same. They were the line-st bunch you could ever linfl, That wonderful Class of '29. nzzzzrzz zzzgg 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-fzre Q5 Q X I 3 Q ? 'li I Q TV I Q 2 Q Q 2 if X 9 W H W T ' 4 I m fI vT I 4: A 'iillfgf , 'YP W f Tl 1 Q 3 Q 5 ? , 4 9 13 Published by 6 THE SENIOR CLASS OF GAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL is 4 GAS CITY, INDIANA 5 E Yr ? I W A i S THE EPOCH El lwlllllfiWWYHIUIIIIIKUIUWWIWIIHEIIIIIHIYHWWWiUIIIHIIIIIIIHLHUW1WWU!1'1I'HHNNH!NWWw'IIVIHIHHWHMiI'lWl'!1lW.Nl1UUWWYHlYl"f"l V! Nihllwimii rU1.HH1WiHH'1il" UH 'N UW 'M' li' ""W'!I1..' 'il'lIil1l' I 'Q TWHLIDDGD "Come Over to Quickic's" Cigars, Confectionery, Magazines Ice Cream, Soft Drinks Fountain Service Candies, Toasted Sandwiches Dancing E. Quick, Prop. Gas City Hg!!VHMNH!WHNHHIIIIIIUNHHHH4HlllIlIHHIMHWW,Nl'lillH'NHUlW'HNHiM'KIHJWWHW1HU't'!'N'JINiUNH,NMNNHwl.HH!,I'ul'Hl1N.H"W11'M!1HI'J'1'lUmWN1IN"'11"'1ill!!!NNQWNMNMIWW! PMMMHMEE ,W "",!"'1g 1 9 2 9 Page sixty-six EEWA- 2ZEZ!l2Z EZZQ T H E E P 0 C H Jun1I1mmnummmnmnlulunmnmmmumnunmmmn111I1-n1vIIn1I1nI1n1uI1-1uuuuunnummnmunuuu nuummmunuumum CA S CITY KIWANIS WE BUILD We Ask Your Support and Co- Operation for the Betterment of Gas City And The Community For Which We Are Working. innnInumm:innuInnnun-n-numummumuumunnnunmnmmnnn-InnInnunmIInIn1annuunuvummmmmumnnun 1 9 2 9 Page sixty T H E E P O C H i- E23 ninininininninmuuumuuun munmmu nunuuumnn mmm Lmmnnmnn uiniunininininnunuinininnumnmmmmnnmn HARTMANS SANDWICH SHOP ios W. Main st. G O O D Sandwiches-Hot Coffee Home-Made Pie Candy-Soft Drinks-Tobacco Open Till H. B. MOCK Quality Store Phone 130 1 9 2 H Page s'i.i'ty-eight Qui' typing room is so dainty and small XYe can't stretch our arms without touching a wall. And toclay I cmnniittecl a most grievous sin: I threw at the waste bzwket and it rlicln't go in. -Ida l,ee Fish. Q o o 5. ooo 00. P1'ufess01'-'I'lie elastic fabric sur- l'Olll'lflll1Q' the circular frame whose successive revolutions bear you for- warcl in space has nut retained its pristine rounclness. Mottn'istflCi'-wliat? Iil'Ul'CSSUl'-Xilllll' pneumatic cun- triyance has ceased to function. llluturisttl fllillvt quite- Prufessor-l say, your tubular air container has lost its rotunclity. Ntmtm-ist-XYo11lcl you kindly- Sniall Buy-lley, Mister, you got a tlat tire. 9 I2 ' +-P-1+-rv i+-P-1+ az z: THE EPOCH ununnnuununInanunnmununnuummmmuumununnnlmmzixsmu inn-ununmuuuunnninnuinnnuInmnian-nnrnuummmunumm I Blumenthal S1 Co. 0. GORDQN - "Marion's Only Home- Owned Department Store" 1 The Store of Courteous SERVICE for - Fashionable Apparel the For The Whole Family Everything I-Ionic West Side Of The Square MARION, INDIANA mnumnn-n nummmuumn mnnum G.. mnInininininininIinummmmm-ummummu Mr. lJavisiI'x'e been Clipping CUIIIMJIIS today. Miss Ooley-From bonds for interest? Mr. Davis-Nu, frum magazines fm' shaving wap. .1. ofa .g. lllr. fflfllltbllf'-NZlllIC a collective noun. Mutt P1'Zll'EixYflCl1l1l11 Cleaner. muU-mmm-nunmmnnnmumnmmInininI.1IuIin1inininnum-li-I-H--H-nl For Your Consideration PRICE-HUTCHINS COMPANY Complete Service In Men's Wear MARION, INDIANA KNOWING HOW TO DRESS -IS KNOWING WHERE TO BUY '-.IHIin1II1-IHI1HI111nH.1Imn....m...mmmInmmnmnm--mmnm.--I-1...mm.-.lnmH.H-nf-1.HI1I1-I.I1.I11I1IIIIInIu1-IIinIummmlnnnn--.T 1 9 2 9 L Page 81.1 fy nme THE EPOCH ununmmnnmnnmumrnuunununun-uinininn1mumunnnnnuu Mr. McHargue-'XVho defeated General Custer? FLOWERS 2 For All Dukie Iden-Sitting Bun. E Chappy-An he was killed in the Wl1ite's Flower Shop battle of Bull Run. 11 o o o ff 0.0 of In Civics Class. "DumlJ." Mr. McHargue tells of a seven story building which was moved live blocks with no damage. 5 Donald Simons-They used those famed sky hooks to move that build- ing, Jerry. Did you ever see one? West 4th St. MARION, INDIANA Jerry Stevens Cans. seriouslyl- No. Member of E Donald Simons-No one else ever Flonist 'Delegraph Delivery did either. Pop Candy - Ice Cream Best Quality In Groceries - Meats PAULHMORTARANA .uuuuu-ummm:mn--muinnmmummmnmnunnummm-iiIininlummmum-IuImimmmnu-nm: nmmnuiumm-mn-nunmm Page seventy THE EPOCH 22 2 '- a w nIinuniinianinuiuiinnumniummuuunmmm-ui umunuumn ummm:-nnnn Lfd INDIANA DRY GOODS STORE Opposite City Park GAS CITY INDIANA The policy of thiQ store will he to save you 10 to 15 per cent on every purchase. compared with prices of city stores on the same quality of merchandise. NVe mean just what we say. Our regular prices will he low- er than special sale prices at city stores. lVe can do this because of lower expenses, and we will SI-I.-NRE PROFITS with our customers. Mr. Brophy-XVhy was Dr. Tavenner so severely reprimanded by the club librarian? Mrs. Brophy-They caught him absent-minfleclly removing the appendix from the book he was reading. Chapel Service FANCY GROCERIES and Free ME ATS Ambulance 112 So. Third Street Phone 222W PHONE 92 I. H. Adams l "A Home Owned Store" Jonesboro Indiana 1929 El Page seventy-0E T H E E P 0 C H 1Iininininmmfmiminum num-.mmmi mmnini-mm. mmnmnnunumnn inininnuinmmummmininmnnnummmim Compliments of GCRDON-WAGONER HARDWARE COMPANY Mr, Mel-largue-XYliy will the young men not buy aeroplanes for thei: .ioy-1'itIil1g'? Clizippy-'liliey can't drive with one hand. .g. 4. .g. Mrs. Ilz1ileykI,ester, dear, how would you like to have mother for din- ner Suiulziy? Illr. llziiley Lzzhsent-mindedlyJ-Boiled or stewecl: you know I'm not pzirtieulzir. 4. .Qu 4. Mr. kiZll'l'IlUllyfiilYC me an example of coincidence. Howzircl Dziyfhly father and mother were married on the same clay. .g. 4. .:. Miss jones-XYhat are the products of the XYest Indies? Vupil-I cIon't know. Miss -lonesiYes, you do. XVhere do you get your sugar? l'lllJllTHO1'l'UXY it next floor. 4. .g. .g. Mr. Czirmony lin lfnglish classy-XYhy clichrt you speak louder? Ilzirold Pratt-.RX soft answer turneth away wrath. IIIinIiiiinIiwIniIIifni1inininIinIinIInII.I.Innnunmmmummnm ELECTRICITY To Serve You INDIANA GENERAL SERVICE MARION INDIANA ln... .H............,........... .................in-...... mm? 1 9 2 9 Page seventy-two IQ ::::T:2: " ::::::i T H E E P 0 C H mmmf nnnunnvuvu1ununnnu1nuumnnmuu-munnmm::umm-ummm-1: mmmnuumum nnuummmmmnummnun-animmunnuu: Rothinghouse Bros. The Rexall Store COMPLIMENTS- from School Books Ice Cream The Queen Clty DI'llgS Marion Indiana 5 and Sundries nullIIIIIIlllllwlrllllillllulllli:lullllvIllllllllIllIlllulllliunlnlllulnllnlu fuInnnuuInnu.Inlulnniinnuulun:inlnnlAlluulnlluullnululvlluu Mr. McHargue-XYhat were the thouglits that passed tlirougli Sir Isaac Newtoifs mind when the apple fell on his head? Bill lYilliams-l guess he felt awful glad it wasn't a brick. .lanies SpurgeoniDid the doctor rennwe your appendix? Ed Yironet-Feels to me like he removed my whole table of contents. uuI1u1nu1In11n1n11nmmnumu-mnnunuinmmIHmi.mmmn--im.-3 mn-mmmn un ufluinin-mumn-nn-mum -:ummm-mu Gas City Bakery Arcade Theater GAS CITY, IND. The Best of Pictures At All Times QUALITY and SERVICE S T A R BILLIARD PARLOR i-- 5 Candy, Cigars, 1 Cigarettes and Cold Drinks E. F. Courtney, Prop. ' Phone 96 D. B. SIMPKINS 1 9 2 9 Page seventy-three THE EPOCH Gas City Transfer Hardware Tires Accessories John F. Linn ..- Fast Freight and Lawyer , Transfer Service WALTER J. LOWE, , Proprietor unmn annnunnunu nn. - n nlmuu un nu nnununn nn Mr. Carmony-XVhich is right a drove of camels or a herd of camels? Donald M.-Ah, neither one, for they come in packs. Gasoline Tires : 2 COMPLIMENTS Gas City Garage of Chevrolet Sales Service Frank E' I-Iarrlgan KARL BASTIAN, Prop. - E 1 CONTRACTOR Main Street Phone 43 and - z BUILDER 5 Oils Accessories 1929 Eye seventy-four , 1 gg THE EPOCH innununnuuunnmnnnlnnuuumuuu inmnnnunmnuun numnuinnunininininininuainnn1u111nInmumnmmuuu:mmm Junction Inn M E N' S Furnishings - SHOES HATS Home Cooking Tailored Clothes Fountain Service "Jess Sells For Less" Candies Tobacco 1- Z Gas Oil ,less Hontz nnnnunnumnnmm h Ruth whv do vou fro with that fellow? He's a bad egg. Mr. Erop y- , I , b Ruth B.-XYell, thats why I can't drop him. WE CLEAN AND PRESS EOR ONE DOLLAR Men's Suits, Men's Top Coats, Men's Overcoats, Ladies' Wool Dresses, Ladies' Plain Coats And Other Economy Prices nunnimnnmmnmmmInminmmmunnmummm nuiI1unummmnmmmmmnmminimnnuuininnmanm11inIInInInnIInI141iiinnmnmmnnmnumnmnu SEND YOUR CLEANING WITH YOUR LAUNDRY Fone 440-Four White Trucks At Your Command THE BROWN CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS 101-103-105 South Washington St. , Marion Indiana 2 9 exam 1 9 Q so-If .- I I is Page seventy-five Q "gff ' THE E P OCH -1 L' -my . 'L MN KW' LXO DEDICATION 1 . +- Q00 -nigh Qoimiiiif Siieet gm WD? , , ZJJFU POBo1ffQ .., Tn Smith l'wvr, whu has given ns his un- cezlsing' toil and service during' our high sclwul czireer, we. the Class of Nineteen Hundred 'liweiity-Niiie, dedicate this volume of The Epueh. May this repay in part that cleht of gratitucle which we Uwe tu Mi: Ptmr. our jzlnitur. M 1 9 2 9 mxn: m Page four THE EPOCH umnnnuununnuuunnunmmnummnmmm:mnmnmummn qu mumnunuuuun nunumu-nun nuuum:an-ummm-umunm Strong Courses Offered COMPLIMENTS E Gregg Shorthand, Typewriting. of : Higher Accounting and Business 5 Administration, and Secretarial : - Training. These courses give the . . . preparation required for good be- 2 Blady and I-Ealnhalt 1 5 ginning business positions and E Civil Service. Graduates aided 5 through our Free Employment -'- Q Department. This is the INDI- ANA BUSINESS COLLEGE of S Marion. There are nine others. 2 For Budget of Information and 5 full particulars, see, write or tele- : phone James T. Maher, Manager In Bookkeeping and Accountancy, Marion Business College 5 Marion Indiana innimmIInInIInmummoon:-nounananmmnnuu-umm. Iim-mmmnnmm Dorothy lliitscli-XYliat are you looking for? Mr. Brophy-My glasses. Dorothy Miitscli-XYhy you'x'e got theni on! Mr. Ial'HlPll5"XhYllIl.t ai good thing you tolcl nic: I was just going out with- out them. The Vogue Shop At Its New Location 504 S. WASHINGTON C. - NEW ' - Funeral Director Spring Summer Dresses Phone 156 and Accessories Millinery nIInnum-umnu-mmmInIn.mmm-mnininmn-nummuoinmi UinInmmm.lnInummminannmininminin:mumnu-mmuuuuu Qj::::::::: ::::::f::::::::m:::::: 1 9 2 9 Page S6UC'Nf1l-S1'.I' " Eczzzzzzuzi T H E ununnuununn1nuuinnnuvmumunumunmmuI-Uunmnmmmmm um-mum "We Try To Have What You Want 5 When You Want It." Drugs Sodas Candy-Cigars i Sundries Varnishes Be1111ett's Drug Store "Truly A Good Store" Phone 201 ummmnummn-In uumunu mmm I EPOCH muinnmnnumu--mmuu ummmnum Harry Longs The Shop for GIRLS-BOYS Phone 1352 Basement of Marion National Bank Mr. McHargue-XYho was the king at this time? XY3.1'l'CI'l Groves-Louie, the Cross-eye. Mr. McHargL1e-XYhe1'c did you learn that? XYZl1'I'Ci1 Groves-Right in the book. it said, "Louis, the XI." mmm.. mmmnn nu nmnnmmm ummmuuun mum: P. O. NEELY A F. W. Tavenuer, COAL M.D. and B. S. Cum Laude COKE Phone 242 -7- "C0al and Service" Phones 85-I and SSM 1 9 2 9 Page se reizty-seven T H E E P O C H munumunnmnmnunnunnmnnummum11inmnnunnfnnn-ininininin11nu1nmnnmummmn mnumm.ummm:mmnnmnnnnn IVIALAY BROTHERS Just Good Grocers Home of Good Eats Phone 187 The Tip Toe 11111 Is The Place To Get 5 QUALITY Home Cooked Meals 5 Lunches and Prompt Service At Reasonable Prices I u:mu1In1umuuumnunnmu11-mum -1nnmuunuunnnunuunum 1 9 2 Page seventy-eight Miss Ooley-XVarren. how many days are there in each month? NYar1'en G.-Thirty days hath September, All the rest I can't remember. The Calendar hangs on the wall, XYhy bother me with this at all? 4. 4. .g. XVhi1e conversing on grammar, one day with a miss. A question I thought I would drop her. I inquired, "XYhat kind of a noun is a kiss?" Said she. "'Tis both connnon and proper." 9 l THE EPOCI-I Q Iannnnnu1ummnnnunnuuv mmnuuansmmumvunnmm nm inmnmmmumun :nuns mum uuuvnmnumuummum TWIN CITY GARAGE B, A, BRIGGS R. O. BRIGGS I g CROSLEY RADIO Automobile Repairing and Storage Sales and Service Goodyear Tires Willard Batteries, Gasoline, Oil, Accessories. BUTLEITS HUDSON ESSEX Motor Cars See Me For Radio Supplies and Service Good Used Radios Phone 148 Gas City Carl Bastian-Is that all the work you do in one day? Sam Teague-XVell, boss, I sup- pose I could do more, but I never was much of a hand at showing off. o 0 Q rn. 0.4 s.. F01' Remember, clon't think you're a bargain just because you're half off. MUSIC Mr. Davis-Name some products of which the supply excecls the de- mand. and YVayne Ross-Trouble. .3. 4. 4. Kenneth Longfellow Cinquiring at Radio drug store for a bookj-Have you "Lamb's Talesu? Mr. Crone-This is a drug store. not a meat market. Q 1929 Q Page seventy-nine E ?-B2 -5252227 5353 T H E E P O C H l -nz: sig! mmnminnunununulunmnmnuummmmnummmmunmumm InuninnununuunInnnmmmm-.ummIInIninIn1mmnnnuuznunn A. D. Wright GARTHWAIT HARDWARE Co. The Best 1- Hardware of Meats and Groceries and ' Tillllillg 402 West Main pi phone 59 Gas City, Indiana unnmnmmnnmnmunanmnmunnmum mmmmummim mmm-umm 1-IIanI-mnnuImnInnumumnmmmuuuumunuu Mr. Bropliy 6absent-lninclecllyJ-GoodnessY That clock needs fixing. it just struck one four times. .j. Q. .j. Are the fish biting' today? James S.+Xut unless ti16j'?l'C hiting' 111C another. MLook Here Before You Buy!" Furniture Stoves Rugs - Radios JOHNSTON FURNITURE CO. nmmmnunnvnvunnmmIninInuanunuInnuinininanannunninninIuinI--1inuanIanIuII-II-1I-InI-1nuIuvnmnnInininnnnumnm-nmmumuu 1 9 2 9 PflgC,61'gIlfU i n? gs T H E E P 0 C H uInInInInnuInumunnuInmu-Innn:mumummmmn-umnun Iunummm-uunuum uInunnnuvnuInInInInnuumummnmnmnm. THE GAS CITY JOURNAL "Grant County's Greatest Weekly" VAN VALER 8: LEACH, Publishers The Journal Should be a Weekly Visitor to Every Home ALL THE HOME NEWS COl1l11lC1'Ci31 Printers Best Modern Equipment This Volume of "The Epoch" is a Product of The journal Printing Department CORNER FIRST AND MAIN GAS CITY, IND. PHONE 24 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-one Ecimfzzz-Eau: fi"'T'E:.'l::i':Zl? T H E E P 0 C H minimummmmn-nunnummuumnu-mmm-unnimmuiummmmminmummmmInInIuummuiufinInInmmm:muuumnmum THE EBUITS OF YOUR LABOB DOLLARS do not grow on trees, but they do grow when you plant them in our bank. It is an inspiration to DO MORE, and EARN MORE, when you see the net results from your efforts. Spending all you earn is only a habit, and a dis- astrous one, to your present ,as well as your future success. Come in. THE CAS CITY STATE BANK uIn1nInm.IInInmm1ininInininnvnnnlnlinnImmnInumInimlmnmm-num IinniIInmummummv,n Miss Onley lin Biology classy-XYhat is a inosquito like? Tlimnas D.-i-X mosquito? XYhy, he's like a child. Miss Uoley-XYliat makes you think that? Thomas D.-XYhy. when he stops making a noise you l-:now hc's getting into something. DAVID JONES COAL COMPANY Dealers In Blue DTHIIIOIIIT Coal South Fourth St. and Penn. R. R. Phones 221-J and 221-M mummu-un:mn-um uI-InlinIinInuininInnuannmmniiminmi-mu-umm-im II-IIininIInun.-mmmmnn Eezrmrza ezzmezzza 1 9 2 9 :::a a::::::::::.-:rag Page eighty-two - i g-: E T H E E P O C H umnnuinnunununmnnmnmnuummmmmniinmum:inmumnuummmnunnuinnummnnnmnminnnnmmunmmnmimmum JOHN F. PRATT WM. M. PRATT PRATT BROS GARAGE Repairing'-Storage-Accessories Battery Service Sz Repair Welding Day Phone 66 322 East Main St. Night Phone 143 GAS CITY, IND. mum uiininIuvuIininmminnuninuIuIuunInnuuw-m-mmm--I -1mm-vi-muininuiinummmuimmuiinummm-mmuun Miss XYhitehead, having dropped hei' watch and broken the second hand on it, went to the second hand shop of Mr. Manahan and said. "Is this 21 second hand shop Mr. Manahan-Yes, niaani. Miss XYhitehead-XYell, I want one put on my watch. umm mmmnummmnmmnnummvmuim umm. Hmi-mn-mmuun un mimmm Again Let The GOLDEN EAGLE Supply GRADUATES AND FRIENDS With BEST QUALITY, LATEST SPRING STYLES uuninnumminniin1nmmnuinininnumininmnuiinmmm:Inummmuum-mlm uuumnnuuunn nmnnunnnnuummuunn lQ1E:A:::: I:z: 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-th7'ee zzzzzzfmfuzzzznizszzszz T H E E P O C H we :za e mmunmmnmnnmumnnm muInnuvm-1--mmuuummmummm:mmmnunummum-:unmmmmnn CONGRATULATIONS to GAS CITY SENIORS OF 1929 We Are Proud To Be Selected To Make Y o u r Photographs And Trust You Like The Pictures As Well - As We Like To Make Them. LARRIMER ART SHOP inuununummInummIInnvInnumnumnunuunIununuI.vunInnIuInIuI.1nvI1-Innn.IIHIImum-umm.-mn gegnzzszanzgmmmazmnzrzcmm 1929 -4+-Q-4+ Page eighty-four Q:::l::::::::::::::: :::::: T H E E P O C H gx:::::::::::::EE A if ' ' . :'7"i 51 Q H 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-fife Tang T H E E P O C H IIZ QZQJQ l GAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL ALMA MATER Alma Mater, stz11111cl1 211111 st1'1111g A111121 Mater, l1L'Zl1' my s1,111g', Uthcr lmrnls 1121111 sung T11 thee, .xllllll Mater, list tu 1116. .'Xl111z1 Xlutcr, uwlnlc. truc, XYQ must lmirl Z1 szul zulicu, May our Ines 1111'ex'e1' lm, I.i1'i11g' 111111111111e11ts 111 thee. .xxllllll Mater, true and tried, F1,11'c1'e1' llc 111111 juy 111111 priclu, And fm' 11111' 11111111611 just thy 11211110 NY1lI lend 115 1111 tu fll1'tllEI' fame. 1 9 2 9 Page five T H E E P O C H DL V. G. SOLMS BRQS. SllOl1liWllC1' -- DENTIST GROCERIES and TT MEATS Office Over Bank Bldg. Phone 196 um-nu mu mn -num-funnm 1-mnuum-mm 4 .nInimu1Him.mmmmmm-nmumm Mrs. lizii'tl1wz1itwDwes my little lilizaheth like to stucly? Mr. lirupliyf Study? XYhy she likes to do notliiiig better. Mrs. Siliwiis-Dmizllrl, clicl you get any marks today? lbfllllllil-XYCH, hut they are where they Clfllllt show. mmm- mmuananannmnmummmlm-m mn HI-Inmnunummnmnmnmn um Shoes for the Whole Family ,MCIIOS Fll1'11lSl1i11gS "Shoes For Less Money" TWIN CITY CUT RATE STORE mmuunmnumnunnnunnananinIn-nnnnmunu'mumnuminII-1inu-mn-nummannummm-annlInInnummunnuumununnuuum Emmggmgzxgzmmignzn 1 9 2 9 Page eighty-sim 56? K Y gvty' ,mi Y ' Q' -1 in 'MN' THE EPOCH Miss Ooley-My but those boys are dirty. How will they ever get clean? Mr. Davis-That's what the scrub team is for. Mr. Poor-I still think that men are descended from monkeys. Mr. Bailey-NVhy do you think that? Mr. Poor-XVhy, just look at the peanut shells under these bleachers. 1 o Q Q.. of 5. Mr. Carmony-Name three strong nouns. XYilbur C.--Onions, garlic, and limburger. 4. .g. .g. Book Agent-:Xnd can I sell you an encyclopaedia? Miss XYhitehead-No, I couldn't ride in one if I had it. v Q o via 0.0 of Hazel Dawalt fentering the storejg-I want to try on that rose dress in the window. Mr. Maidenberg-Sorry, Miss, but that is a lamp shade. Mr. McHargue fin Civics Classy-XVhat is a primary? jim Spurgeon-First grade, of course. 4. .3 4. Mr. McHargue lin Latin classj-XYhat does 'Q-MH." mean? Alice Groves Cvery eager to recitefj-After midnight, of course. o o v f A1 0,0 Q .1 Miss Riordan-And can I wear this coat in the rain without hurting it? Fur Salesman-Lady, did you ever see a skunk carrying an umbrella? 4 o 0 no 0.0 3. Mr. Mel-largne was telling his class a story about l.ot's wife turning into a pillar of salt, Eleanor Greenwood, who was sitting in the back of the room, suddenly raised her hand and said, "YVhy, Mr. McHargue, just yes- terday mother was goingdown town in the machine and when she looked around she turned into a telephone pole." .3. .g. .g. Mr. Carinony's pencil has been making a few pointed remarks about the sponge in the Domestic Science Room being soaked all day, Miss Ooley's waste paper basket being full, Miss Hihiteheads scissors cutting up, and Mr. Brophy's paper weight trying to hold them down. The glue on the office desk has been sticking around all day to see Mr. Brophy give a couple of stamps a good licking. Miss Riordan's ink is well. but it appears blueg the calendar in the assembly looks better since it had a month and the blotter on Mr. Mel-largue's desk is taking it all in. 4. .g. 4. Mr. Carmony-lf Shakespear were alive today, wouldn't he be looked upon as a remarkable man? James Glaze-I'll say so: he would be three hundred years old, 1 9 2 9 sz:-gm zi - . ss e 53 Page ezghty-ezght I-cg:::'::: :22e:zL:::a::.:i COMPLIMENTS OF ADMINISTRATION OF THE CITY OF GAS CITY EDWARD J. DAY Mayor MRS. TRESSA GROVES Clerk and Treasurer Councilmen-at-Large DAVID W. CRONE WILLIAM B. SULLIVAN Councilmen L. C. FRANK HOWARD WEIGLE HARRY MULLEN REECE LEWIS JAMES O'BRIEN THOMAS McKEE Supt. Water and Light Dept. GLENN MCGUIRE Supt. Street Department WM. VORIS Chief of Police CHAS. JONES Chief of Fire Department FRANK KEISER Night Policeman WILLIAM OVERLY Health Officer JOHN F. LINN V1 4+ THE EPOCH zaezt zz ggg COMPLIMENTS OF GAS CITY SCHOOL FACULTY High School Teachers MR. B. J. BROPHY Superintendent MRS. B. G. HUTCHINS Art Supervisor MISS M. GRIFFITHS Music Supervisor MR. H. L. MCHARGUE MR. R. C. CARMONY MISS M. OOLEY MISS M. RIORDAN MISS C. J. WHITEHEAD MR. H. DAVIS Junior High Teachers MR. L. E. BAILEY Junior High Teachers MR. L. E. BAILEY Principal MISS G. McVICKER MISS H. MCCORMICK MISS M. JONES Grade Teachers MR. E. COY Principal MISS R. DUSTIN MISS E. KENSLER MISS L. PRATT MISS M. SPURGEON MISS H. OVERMAN MISS M. STANDIFORD MISS G. WALKER MISS M. SHEEHAN MISS L. ANDREWS MRS. B. J. BROPHY nnnnnmmumnnum City Attorney Substitute EY' 1 9 2 9 ' hty mne - . Page elg ' fuzz: T H E E P 0 C H QI mnmm unummmnn numuumm umm.. l x 621531. . to buy a GRUEN this modem way! - ..... Ivrasvnlsslalan-at E ll ' - Il ,V :I nWI'QIlHv I 5 mrgw 12 II all Nl Pl 1 1 mlmil w z z Mill 4 lull, 1 asggaigp lllyllnll - - .mm-va ,P 'L-W Gruen Cartouche Gruen Cartouche 14kt. solid gold case, I5 jewel 14kt. solid gold, I5 jewel move- movemcnt, ,540 ment, ,550 Other designs, 57.9.75 to S150 HE Way most of life's finer things are now purchased-through L'07Z'll6lZi67Zl' terzm. In this same easy way, you can buy a line Gruen Guild Watch, and start wearing it right now! Under our Divided Charge Account Service, you need pay but a small part of the full price when selecting your Gruen. The balance can be reduced a little each month in amounts arranged to suit your convenience. .my ,uf A" -' --s. a,v::ai Other strap watches Gruen Strap M . A I5 jewel move- T I E g . ment, ,540 ' ' ' t 52.1.50 to S175 L 1 m i ll 5,2 I' 5 'wa I-E! SG .. .....,.,., l g Fl IEE, .... ..... ......,.. 21:85- lm ""s:. ,.,....,, 1 3-X.,i L MEYERS f l -'ygizr-ina Q99 w JP ' V- , 'st 5 Mari0n's Leading Jewelry ERTIFN TlIlnlnnvlulunuuln nmnunnnnnnnnummmnummnnmmnuminIn1-Innmnuunmmnunmmumumnnnmummnn lEl:::::::: ::::::::::z::::::: 1 9 2 9 ::::::::::::z:: ::::::::,E1 Page ninety mmmmn vInInIuInInuninmuuuuxmuuunu nmmmu E m- E: - mg: T H E E P O C H i zz am' QQ Mr. Mcllarguc-XYhat great change have they made in the XYhite House? Bicldie Groves-Took out all the brooms, and put in a Hoover. 4. 4. 4. Miss Ooley lin biology classj-Can you tell me what animal attaches himself most to man? Glen Crosby-Yes, ma'an1, the bull dog. .3. .g. .g. Miss XYhitehead tin cookingy-Ethel what gives your mother the most trouble in her housekeeping? Ethel I.. XYard-Father, Q Q - 5. of -.- . Mrs. Baker-Don't mumble your prayers, Ruth, I can't hear a word you're saying. Ruth Baker-XYell, I wasn't speaking to you. .3. .g. .g. Weather Reports "Roastingl" cries the turkeyi Chili Y" says the sauce: "Freezing!" moans the ice cream: "Mild" calls the cheese acrossg "Frosting!" the cake declares it! "Clearl" vows the jelly bright: "Pouringl" the coffee gurgles. Now, which do you think is right?" 4. .g. .g. Pauline Stevens-l want an easy chair for my husband-Cto bel. Mr. tiordon+Morris? Pauline Stevens-No, Clarence, .g. .g. ., Mr. Bailey fin Manual Training classy-"How do you ever expect to drive a nail in this hard wood with this? For goodness sake. why don't you use your head .j. .9 .j. Mr. Carmony-Ben, make a sentence using defeat, defense, deduct. and detail. - Ben XYhittingham latter a moment's pausei-Defeat of deduct went over defence before detail. V .g. .9 .j. Miss RiordaniXYhy Mr. Brophy, what am I supposed to do? Margaret B. is continually writing "Yes" in the space where it says 'Datef Miss McYicker lbuying a book at the Rothinghouse drug store-,-Xncl is this a free translation? George F.-No, nia'am, it will cost you 32.00. Mr. McHargue lgoing into the barber shopl-I want a hair cutg Mr. Howard lYhy I'll cut the whole dozen for the same price. The Practical Sweetheart Dick Yan Valer-XYell, I'm sure to get my A.B. in june. Geneva iXValker-Thats fine! And will you get your 'l.O,B. in july? W Page 'ninety-one 5 . . THE EPOCH :nunnununnuumunmnnnn:annumInInunInmxn-mnmnmnumunununu.annumnnnunnannnuummmmmnmnunnuunnmmnnm Compliments of ILLINOIS CLASS COMPANY Gas City Plant Q Bottles Of Every Description 3...-.....-mm.-.mm.U-1.UI.-I-..HII-.I-.1H.I.II.....I.........m............ll.-.-um..-I.. ..-......-..-II--nm....IH.H..-...1..HH--.-..............m.I 1 9 2 9 Page ninety-two THE EPOCH Mr. Brophy-Have I had my afternoon nap, dear? Mrs. Brophy-Certainly dear, you just woke up. Mr. Brophy-I though so, but I wasn't certain whether I'd been asleep or just dreamed it. he t ject .g. .g. .g. Mr. McHargue-To tell the truth the baby does take after its father. Mrs. Bailey-dYes, indeed: IYhy when we take the darling's bottle away ries to creep down the cellar stairs. Geraldine S.- Mr. Carmony D Ida Lee Fish Mrs. Oliver- 0 o 0.0 0.0 . D Mr. Stevens-Have you made up your mind to stay in tonight. No, but I've made up my face to go out tonight. 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0 .0 -In the sentence. "She is beautiful." Is beautiful the ob- -Oh, no: why. that is a compliment. Q 0 o 50 0.0 0.0 How is NYilliard getting along with his studies. Mr. Brophy-Pleasantlyg he doesn't bother them any. Howard Day James Glaze- Howard Day v 0 0 0.0 03 0.0 VVriting the Animal is so funnyg The school gets all the fame The printer gets all the money, And the Staff gets all the blame. Compliments of I Q ' I I 4 MARION, INDIANA -I tried to kiss a girl seven feet tall today. My goodness! XYhat were you up to? -Her waist. D 1 9 2 9 Page ninety-three THE EPOCH nunnnmnunannunuunuuuumnunmmmmnuulru-uumunnmmmannu-gn-nunnunulunnnuanannunummnI1-mummnmnnmummm BRoYLES ELECTRIC Co. Is Strong For GAS CITY HIGH SCHOOL More Power To You Marion's Old Reliable ELECTRIC STORE Atwater-Kent Radios - Electric Wasl1e1'S Electric' Wl1'l1lg and Fixtures Phone Us For Demonstration unnmnmu. nnmumnunmnun:mumumIInmmluIinI-1I1-II-I1-IIIIul-inIunu-1n-11-1InInun-1nmuinInIuIInlunummummmm-mu aww-wevwg 1929 Q Page ninety-fozu'


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