Geneva High School - Legend Yearbook (Geneva, IN)

 - Class of 1914

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Our aim has been two-fold in the preparation of this book, to bring together as many as possible, those things which each student and instructor would choose to remember, to compile a little album of faces that are near and dear to every High School student. Again we desire to make this book a mo- mento of the class of '14, may that class always find it a store house of pleasant memo- ries. We desire to thank the faculty and especially Supt. Griffey, who have helped so much in making this issue possible. It is the earnest desire of the Informer staff, that each year will behold the issue of an annual each number of which will far sur- pass this, the initial number. In recognition of his earn-est efforts, and devoted services to the Geneva School, we the students of Geneva High Schocl, respectfully dedicate this little book to Superin- tendent Harvey Griffey, may nothing but good fortune and success ever beset his paths. o 1 HOME OF THE GENEVA HIGH SCHOOL Board of Education. i Wi V, 4 ' WH'-SP : ,' L H J J. M WELLS, SEC'Y. S. S. HALE, PRES. DR. L. L. MATTAX Faculty Harvey F. Griffey, Superintendent. Xlr, Griffey is finishing his third year as superintendent of nur sclmuls. During this time the school has prugressed and prospered under his ellicient guidance. llesides his work :.s superintendent he has at times taught almost all ui the High Sclnml subjects and has proven himself a capable instructor. Nlr. Griffey gave us valuable aid in prepara- tion of this booklet. William H. Egly, Principal. Mr. ligly was a new member uf our fac- ulty this year. He comes to us from the University of Michigan. lrle has classes in Nl3.tllt'11lLlflL'S, German and Civics. His reci- tations are lively and interesting: they never become tiresome, He is a non-respector of persons and each student can expect his just deserves. Our best wishes gn out to him for future success. Myrtle F. Lung, Vice Principal. Miss Myrtle has been a teacher in our school fur the past twin years. and has estabf lished a genial record. She is instrnctnr in lingglish, History, .Xrt and Sewing. NVQ' feel gl-gully iuqlqlptqrl to Miss lxlltlg' ful' L'XCt'llL'llt instruction in lfnglish. She has put forth her best effurts to promote the interests wtf tht school, in many ways. XN'e wish her unlimit- ed success. Our Grade Teachers O. O. POTTER, VII and VIII Grades. Mr. Potter has taught in the Public Schools of Adams and Jay counties for 16 years. However this is his first year in Geneva schools. His work is of high order, and speaks well for him as an instructor. MISS CARRIE CHURCH V and VI Grades - The teacher of these grades is a resident of Genevag she has taught several years in our schools and in those of our vicin- ity. Nothing but success has been the results of her untiring efforts. MISS BLANCHE HUTTON IV and V Grades Miss Hutton has taught our fourth and fifth grades for the past three y-ears. Although she is small in stature, she is a little giant as a teacher. Nothing but the best will please her. MISS JOSEPHINE CROSS, III and IV Grades Miss Cross is our very excellent third and fourth grade teacher. In addition to her grade work she has charge of the sewing classes. She is also the coach of the Girls Basket Ball Team. MISS VELMA DANIELS, II and III Grades Miss Daniels hails from Decatur. She has taught in our schools for four years, which fact alone bespeaks for h-er ex- ceptional qualities as a grade teacher. For three years, she had charge of the seventh and eighth grades. Many of the High School boys and girls owe their standing to the patient efforts of Miss Daniels. MISS NORA AHR, Primary Grades She also comes to us from Decatur, having taught only the past year in our school. However, she has taught several years in Adams county. As a teacher of the little "tots" she is certainly an excell-ent guide. One of the High School girls said: "Why, those little folks love that teacher so well that they even pucker their mouths and nod their heads just like she does." Senior Class Merle Vance Doris Acker MERLE M. VANCE "Great Artists." Merle M. Vance was born at Geneva, lnd., September IO, 1896. He is of a rather quiet disposition and is somewhat modest. He likes to carry an armload of books. an umbrella, or a lunch box for some junior or Sophomore lass. DORIS ACKER "Vocal Solo." Miss Doris l.uise Acker was born at Hartford City, lnd. Doris's great desire is to be a school "mam." .She is going to take a prepar- atory course in a normal school this summer. Doris is our jolly girl. she keeps 11p the spirit of the whole class. Her motto is: "Never wear your heart on your sleeve, for someone may steal it." Chas. Drew Harold Wegmiller CI-IAS. W. DREW "Farewell Address." Charles is a product of Geneva, being born December 31, 1894. Chas. is our debator and orator. His great ambition is to practice law. He is a lover of history, and knows the preamble of the U. S. Constitution by heart. Success to you, Charles. His motto: "Argue with the other fellow, before he argues with you." HAROLD B. WEGMILLER "Prophecy." Harold first beheld this world, in our town of Geneva, May 21, 1896. Harold's great ambition is to be a public speaker and a platform orator and lecturer. He certainly has a gift of words and an excellent delivery. Harold is Sec'y of every organization in our School, and knows how to get the money. His favorite expression: "Pay me, or I'll pllt your names on the boardfl F Senior Class John W. Eckrote Ruth Eleanor Linton Merrill E. Pyle Marjorie Reddout "'l't-n Ke-pri--t-iitzttiw Klan in linglish :intl .Kim-i'ic:ii1 l.itt-r:tt1irc." "N:tpfilemi lloiitipzmrtt-." .lohn hvgstii this lill- nt-:tr thc villzttlt' of l.inn tirnvv, lniliana, in 18:19 Mm-rm like Uthms "f HW C111-S nf "4 lwl-iilll his lifv ill livllvvil. lllll' ln this littlc villwslt' ht- rvcciwil his Coiiiiiiuii Scliool emliicatiim, ,lohn HC was lltml H1 lxflfk Illlll unc of his clztssinatcs sanl: "ln the dark ot is unr 4llllt'l sturlunt. llt' wants lu tt-:tvli Sclitml :intl wit-ltl the hirch. the mlllm- Mfrrlll 'S lwttvf knuwll Us -.xml llf' Wmllll fl-flwf argue Ili, K-14,.5,m,gQ-5 why, him .lu-,-L-5, than to cnt. or ritlc his iiiotorcyclc. llc' has nt-vcr st.ttccl his :unliition RUTH ELEANOR l..lNTON "XVolboi1ic .Mlrlrt-ss." to any unc, lint liertfs to his sticcvss. MARJORIE REDDOUT Miss Ruth was horn in Gciicvu, lncl., in lgtjfl. Some sity she will lic "VVl1ispcr :intl I Shall llcztrf' :tn nhl nmifl, for slit- van rt-arlily rlctcct the slightest flciect in any young Miss Marjorie was horn October 24, 18011, in Geneva, lntl, She will man, :intl is not -low In it-ll him uf it, She is tlt-te-rniinetl to he a pcrla- never he :tn old mztitl. Her itlcal young man is a bunk cztshier or clerk. gtpgiiu. She says: "Who chooseth me must give and hazztrtl ull he hath," Senior Class David Cross Anna Armantrout Louise Mattax Milton Eckrote nlflzls- Ilixliii-y." " ': :t': 'L al." - - ,- - . H . . I mm l L ml .llifs lniiisu ln-grin lit-r lilc iii lllll' iizitivc Xillxigi- in iii-lim-xii, .Xiigii-K lldlti-i' lJ'ii'iil LR-iiv WN hum In I mm uhm NIM, I NW, HC hw 13, 1890. Slic if iwtcrl mostly fur licr i-xc:-lleiit iiiiisirzil tailviit-, lt liz:-. . . .5 .. . , ., , , , 1 . ., l I ' ' l Q A , V . . . .' . I . lu-un suiil tlizlt l':ulc1'cwski is Zl iliftunt i'clutix'c in liors, l.iviii-tw :iiiilmi lwvii YCFQ'J1k'llYg'2lll1Ill.fllll' lim-5 ul iiratiwy. ln ileliutiiig' Iii- eqiizil is liaril , . I I V . . . . . . timi is tw lie ll great piuni-t :intl tu ti-Jivli viviiiig .Xiiii-i'if:ii1s l.iiw lu tw liml. llziviil is lczulur in zitlilctius. liciicva scliiml lust-N xi Qmiil Ntucli-nt A ' ' ' ' IllZlIllIDLllZ1lU tlic "ivurius." lit-iicvzi Scliiml will mi-Q In-iiiw 115 tlivii' wil :mil strung 5lllllMll'fL'l'. ling uiicl cu-1' 1-cruly pianist. ANNA E. ARMANTROUT IWLTON ECKROTE U 4 A i I I H "Notable liixviitiiiin :xml 'l'l1i-ir lllllNlI'lIllll'k'.U "Six lzpuclif wt Iuiiglisli llistory. Xliltiin lfckrutc was lmrii im Il fziriii, in-:ir l.inii liimvu, Intl., .Xugii-.t Xliss .Xnnzi lf, .xl'lll1lllLl'HlllXXZiS lwrn in 'l'ex:z5 Der, 3, INQ3, Slit' i- ZS, 1305. llc' attunrlerl the sclmul :it l.im1 Grove fur twrlvc vczir- :ini mir quiet Ftiiulent, llcr great :imliitinn is In lx- ai st-lirml niistrt-ss. Anim tlien camc to Cleric-va for his Si-niiii' win-ls. llis uiiiliiti-iii i- hi lic fiwciiixlii ix Ll stiimlioiis, t'llCI'gCtlC sturleiit. llcr iiiuttu is, nrlillillli lic-fore you act." of an electric stone criislicr. Senior Class FOSTER PIKE Ohlagatzif' s born at Findlay, Ohio Dec. Q, 1892. llis great desire is to study cicctricity. Foster is our cxcc-llent tenor singer and we shall miss him very much. lie has our highest regards :md host wishes for succcss. llis motto is : "Keep plugging away." ,aff ,.,,f-f"+- ,,-fix if -2 I S-.--f Prophecy of Class of '14 In 1930 we shall see John Eckrote as a farmer, he is as successful as his neighbors, is prospering stea lily and has his prosperity wrapped in the four letters, weo-r-k. When sixteen years have passed Ruth Linten will be a school teacher in the same school house that she had gone as a girl. Being merely a teacher of boys and girls she is not quite con- tented for her dreams in youth have n-ever come true, not be- cause of never trying but that a fate has fallen upon her as it has fallen upon the uncountcd millions before her and will come to the unnumbered myriads after her. When the specified time has passed Foster Fike will be a Civil Engineer. While Foster's plan for the future came to him in an evening, a look into his, life shows that uncon- sciously to himself it had grown for years. In 1920 a certain man built a cottage which sheltered Doris Acker, in turn that cottage sheltered others. She began her new life with a man whose arm was strong enough to protect a wife and whose should-ers were broad enough to carry aloft their children in a sort of grand gladness, while that young man took unto himself a mate which made for him a home in every sense of the word. Merrill Pyle, until he had reached the age of fifty, was a financial wreck but like Kipling I believe he was accumulat- ing experience, knowledge and the effective wisdom which enabled him to get his second wind after he had reached the half century mark, for when he did gain back his dry goods store he not only made it a paying proposition but caused much trouble to his struggling competitors. Perhaps it will be a surprise to most of you if I should tell you in twenty years Milton Eckrote will be crushing stone, by that statement I do not mean he will be in prison but owner of the Linn-Grove stone Crusher. A manufacturer once saw a young man, bravely struggling, bravely fighting and gave him some assistance but with this assistance David Cross never became a Henry Ford,.a Swift or a McCormick but he did become wealthy, the only person in the class of 1914 who ever received a really liberal portion of this world's goods. As a lawyer Charles Drew had tried hard to get a position in higher politics but because he would not become corrupt and join party bosses had never succeeded so he had to be con- tent to act as prosecutor of his county for the remainder of his political career. Have a doctor look you over every six months or oftener no matter how well you feel, such will be the advice of Merle Vance in a number of years for Merle will be a doctor in a small New England town. No person can say I have taken lessons of Louise Mattax on the piano and I have received so many ounces of harmony, of expression so many ounces, etc., for music is too high an art to be measured in pounds and ounces. Louise started to be a music teacher in her school days and 1930 still sees her pursuing the same occupation. Many times do people give up the ideals that they have formed in youth for something that by fortune comes in their way. Thus did Marjorie Reddout abandon the idea of marry- ing rich when a certain young man of moderate means asked for her hand in joyful wedlock. In fifteen years Anna Armantrout will be a bookkeeper for the Ford automobile works. Being above the average in neat- ness and accuracy she has reached her position. I am number thirteen in the class of 1914. In fifteen years if I say I will be a senator I will be an egotist, if I say I will be a 'bum' or a tramp I will be a person without ambition, so let it be hoped I may be a lawyer, a doctor, a preacher or a member of some other noble profession. Harold Wegmiller. '14, NAMES Rob. Odle Edna Whiteman Joe Didot F. McWhirter Mary Pontius Dorothy Larue Ed Blosser Bess Wright Pauline Greene Doris Acker Merrill Pyle Miss Lung Mr. Egly David Cross A. Armantrout Ina Bolds Mary Hale Emile Cooper Virginia Pyle Chas. Drew Facts and Fancies IDENTIFICATION Soprano Voice The Vance Smile His Gait Triangular Head Dimples Blonde Pompadour Her Shoes The Nose Always Giggling Bald Pate Walking Long Face His Wheeze Rosy Cheeks Prim Always Happy Red Hair Sorrel Top Loud Laugh OCCUPATION News Carrier Gazing Playing Music Bragging Milking Cows Writing Notes Flirting Being Gloomy Looking for Ed. Chewing Gum Preaching Selling Jewelry Keeping Order Selling road lice Giggling Writing Letters Studying Geom. Doing Nothing Talking Aloud Helping the Girls FAVORITE EXPRESSION NICK NAME "Oh Deah Me" "Sissy" "I like Seniors" "Whitey" "I don't see why" "Paderwhiskey" "I'll git yuh" "Coyote Bill" "I love 'L' " "Molly" "Heller" Ceylon Kid" "I don't know" Peppey--mint" "Don't tease Coyote" "Betty" "You think you'r smart "Miranda" "I'l1 scream" "Do" "I should say not" "Deacon" "Seniors be quiet" K. C." "Attention" Bill" "I know better" Dad" "I just love Physics" "Dot" "Rich did it" June" "I'm ashamed" "Sister" "I forgot" "Sunshine" "That's not right" "Sunshine No. 2" "Is that it" Dope" AMBITION Dentist To wed a Senior To graduate To develope a ches Farmer's Frau To see Heller To be a bachelor Chiropodist To be a Blosser Teacher I Prize fighter To marry young Governor Henry Ford Nurse To marry Rich 100 in Conduct Farmer Dutchess Attorney The Senior Class Will We, the Senior class of 1914 of G-eneva High School, make and publish this our last earthly will and testament. 1. I, Doris Acker, being ig. sound mind, divide my effects as follows: To Pauline Greene my convincing giggle and grin. To Virginia Pyle, my Winsome smile and captivating influence over H. S. Loys. 2. I, John Eckrote, in the presence of 'Doc' Pyle and 'Atty' Drew bequcaths as follows: To Ed. Blosser my silent dispo- sition and good deportment g1'ades. To Forest McWhirter my old raincoat and my power to keep still when there is noth- ing to say. I, Chas. Drew, divide and bequeath my school qualities, to wit:--To Forest Watson a much worn copy of a Wilhelm Tell Pony. To Bland Stahl convincing argument and the care of the Girls's B. B. team. 4. I, Marjorie Reddout, knowing my present condition make my will as follows: To Irene Reed and Isabel Weeks my musical laugh. To Ina Bolds my convincing influence with the faculty. 5. I, Louise Mattax, divide my high school effects to the several parties. To Ruth Shoemaker, the right to serve as pianist next year. To Mabel Pontius, my busy attitude and work brittle disposition. 6. I, Milton Eckrote realizing the end to be near will these things: To Glen Vorhees my standing with the Sophomore girls. To Milo Lindsey the power to say something now and then. 7. I, Foster Fike, being of sound mind make the said will: To Forest Watson the privilege to blow a slip-horn all the time. To Arthur Zehr a nice little Sophomore girl. 8. I, Merrill Pyle, knowing my true condition and state of mind do bequeath: To Sanford Acker, the quality of a con- vincing speaker. To Mearl Burris, a short stepladder by which she may climb to her goal. 9. I, Anna Armantrout, being weak and worn in high school work divide: To Katherine Glendening, a cure for bashful- ness. To Edna Mesel, a good deportment grade next year. 10. I, Merle Vance, bequeath my school effects to these persons: To Rene Macklin, a pair of stilts. To Ray Mann, a standing with High School girls. 11. I, Harold Wegmiller, being well in body and right in mind will, as follow: To Ray McCollum, the right to act as treasurer for everything next year. To Brayton Pyle, my aptitude to mathematics. 12. I, Ruth Linton, in accordance to school laws divide to wit :-To Katherine Fravel my old shoes and class colors. To Olive Shimp the undesirable qualities of an old maid. 13. I, Dad Cross, relinguish and release my rights and priveleges as follows: To Pick, my old text book and Physics nlote book. To Arthur Zehr, several hundred Popular Girl otes. 14. We, the Senior Class as a whole divide our joint estate to the following: To Supt. Griffey, the highest and best praise ever given a superintendent. To Prin. Egly, our best wishes for a happy and a prosperous future. To Myrtle Lung, the best regards of the class and a long bright future. To the Juniors, the privilege of the math. room, our old text books, desks, rulers, book-keeping sets and the grand title of Seniors. To the Sophs. our motto, "Spare the Freshies," and the pri- vilege of holding a class meeting undisturbed. To the Fresh- men, the power to get rid of that Green color, a place in th-e Athletic Association, and the right to talk once in a while. In testimony whereof we have to this our last will and testament subscribed our names and set our seal on this twenty third day of April, in the year of our Lord Nineteen Hundred and fourteen. qSignedl THE SENIORS OF 1914. Junior Class FRONT ROW: Isabel Weeks, Nelle jones, Ina Bolds, Olive Shimp, Katherine Fravel. MIDDLE ROW: Pauline Greene, Irene Reed, Inez Pyle, Mary Inechen, Hazel Byers. BACK ROW: Bess Wright, Ray McCollum, Ray Mann, Edward Blosser, Brayton Pyle, Virginia Pyle. Junior Class Histor On the second of September 1911 the jolly Junior class of '15 marched into the Geneva High School and was seated in the Assemblbf. We numbered twenty-three, namely: Mary Ineichen, Katherine Fravel, Ina Bolds, Virginia Pyle, Olive Shimp, Althea Throp, Ruth Dickerson, Pauline Greene, Met- ta Haviland, Isabel Weeks and myself, David Cross, Ray Mc- Collum, Brayton Pyle, Harry Steeckle, Ralph Waldo, Clyde Good, Ray Mann, Edward Blosser, Fred Shug, Earl Shimp, and Fred McWhinney. In February we were joined by Bess Wright from Albany. Our instructors were Messrs. Griffey, Roop, Sawyer, and Miss Cook. Our lives as Freshmen were busyg we took leading parts in all the H. S. entertainments, on account of the discovery of our wonderful musical talents. So that when "Saul" was given, several of the class had important parts. We were not slow in taking up our social duties either and at seasonable times we entertained the H. S. at the Coliseum. The next year we bravely took the floor as "Smarty Sophies" our class having only ten girls and five boys of our own Fresh- men class, Irene Reed from Chicago joining us but Isabel Weeks moved to Oklahoma, Ruth Dickerson to Illinois, and Metta Haviland quit to work. Ralph Waldo and Clyde Good moved to Indianapolis, Earl Shimp to Ohio, Fred Shug and Fred McWhinney also quit to work. Our teachers this year were Mr. Griffey and Mr. Millikan, and Miss Lung. About holidays Cupid's arrow struck Althea Throp and she married John Greene. We as Sophomores then barred Cupid from our class. This year we entertained extensively and won the name of the "most active class." At the end of the term a "meet" was held with Petroleum in our town in which the Sophomores partook. "Curly" Mc- Collum being the catcher on the baseball team and "Doc" Pyle runner in the running match. Several of the girls took part in the music and reading thus helping our school win so many points. This year as well as before our girls's quartet consisting of Ina Bolds, Bessie Wright, Louise Mattax fclass of '14J and myself furnished entertainment for many social gather- ings. As we climbed higher and became Juniors we realized that only once would we pass this way. So the third year of High School found us more studious than ever not forgetting the time for fun. We realized that we get out of life just what we put in it. We are in number, four boys and twelve girls, Hazel Byers of Ridgeville, Nelle Jones of Pollingtown and Isabel Weeks of Oklahoma having joined us. David Cross deserting us and joining the Senior class. We followed the instruction of Mr. Griffey as Supt., W. H. Egly as Prin., and Miss Lung Ass't. A good faculty indeed. We decided that our class contained as much talent as any other so we gave a play entitled "Plain People" Dec. 4th. From all reports this play was the best ever given in Geneva. On the girls's basket ball team our class furnished Bess Wright and Isabel Weeks as forwards and myself as center and "Curly" always playing star substitute for the boys. This closes the history of the class of '15 up to this date. Our minds are debating where we'll have the Junior Recep- tion, also a big, hard "exam," stares us in the face only a month hence. With all these splendid qualifications why shouldn't we be the greatest and largest Senior Class ever sent from the Geneva High School '? fWait and see., INEZ PYLE Sophomore Class FRONT ROW: Milo Lindsey, Arthur Zehr, Forest McWhirter, Forest Watson. SECOND ROW: Bland Stahl Glen Vorhees, Merle Lee, Rich Glendening, Sanford Acker, THIRD ROW: Edna Mesel, Mary Hoskinson, Ruth juday Dorothy Larue, Mary Pontius, Helen Hale, Mearl Burris. BACK Row: Lucile Greene, Mildred Pontius, Mary Hou deshell, Alta Fink, Mary Hale, Tina Ford, Ruth Shoemaker, Rena Macklin. History of the Sophmore Glass Time is going fast. Study is on full blast. Teachers res- pect us at last. Belive me! 'Tis the Sophomore class like the Greeks at Thermopylae Pass. We study together in one solid mass. If you will go back with me to about the year of 1902, you may see the little white headed boys and curly haired girls, with their lirst pencil, tablet and book walking swiftly down the streets or on the broad country roads, toward the t-emple of knowledge. Even then, if we could have read their minds, we would have found them thinking and dreaming of the future in the old G. H. S. Those who spent their eighth grade school days in Geneva were: Ruth Juday, Merle Lee, Helen and Mary Hale, Lucile Greene, Forest Watson and Forest McWhirter, Mary Houde- shell, Mary Hoskinson, Edna Mesel, Mildred Pontius, Glen Vorhees, Sanford Acker, Mearl Burris, James Leidy and Rena Macklin. We studied very hard for none wished to be left behind. Miss Daniels was our teacher and she taught us many things, which, our high school teachers now put to daily use. In the spring of 1912 the high school gave all the eighth grade pupils a welcome party. Those who joined us on entering high school were, Dorothy LaRue, Mary Pontius, Tina Ford, Alta Fink, Richard Glenden- ing, Milo Lindsey, Arthur Zehr, Bland Stahl, and Marie Buck- master. However James Leidy and Marie Buckmaster only stayed with us during the Freshman year. We were a happy band of twenty-six. We elected Arthur Zehr for our class president and Helen Hale for treasurer. Our teachers were, Mr. Griffey, Mr. Millikan and Miss Lung. We studied very hard and were given the dignity of being promoted to the Sophomore class. And now in our Sophomore year, what a mighty class we are! Our boys take the foremost part in all the athletic sports, some of us are good debators, some singers and cthers mus- icians, and one of our number was voted the most popular girl in school. One of our boys has gained the name of "Abe" Lincoln, Jr. We have set our ideals high. As Emerson said: "We have hitched our wagons to a star." We shall strive to live up to our ideals, keep our wagons well oiled and in two years become Seniors of the dear old G. H. S. -RENA. '16, Freshman Class BACK ROW: Harold Vance, Joe Didot, Irpel Hall, Wm. Buckmaster, True Buckmaster. MIDDLE ROW: Paul Clendenen, Harold Pontius, Robt. Odle, Emile Cooper, Wilson Cross. LOWER ROW: Katherine Glendening, Eli- zabeth Thornhill, Edna Whiteman, Mabel Pontius, Elizabeth Martin, Ruth Pontius. History of the Freshman Class Ii , fl NX ff y ' 1 fi ' 3 SI- A 2-. ',-'zu 1551 .f4T37,1E- Q :Tx 'Q , -.-E -e sf- -IL V' -211 a- I f ir' ss bf , f 'Jw at-ww Q ymgpol X '-sgfaimlpgnfqx yffkwq Slgnff, Ygil, 'gKf7ffijL'i'iJE75'2Ii pigs J6gQ714:f?p,VD1?gD1l3LfZK G ,F A A an I9 3714 K7 if f W 'lf -F' X X 0 Q fi "I Lum ll 1" Q i 1-fi l. ' "fy N . f li i" 'xx ' -',, "s' V I' 55 5- W 0tlffc35l'lb"' M ftiiwli' 4 'A 'ti 'P-iw, ff'cLlQGR'i "V -LW" llwtdldi THOS LITTLE ONES One bright September morning in 1913, a band of jolly boys and girls marched up the broad Walks, leading to the Geneva High School building. After being pushed, pulled, urged and coaxed, we entered the office of the Superintendent. Here we were almost frightened out of our wits by big words, sour looks and scowling faces. After some more persuasion and coaxing, We were comfortably seated in the large assembly room. The first three or four days we were the targets for all the upper classmen, some of the darts of mischief, and the arrows of criticism pierced deeplyg but in a comparatively short time we convinced the teachers and other students that we were not half so green as we looked. Now, after almost eight months of practice in the art of imitation and mimicing, we have Well established ourselves, and demanded our rights. In a very short time We shall gladly shake off the title of "Freshies" and leave all of its pleasures and pains to a new class. General History of Our High School Year S'-IDU Prin. Vice-prin Enroll Grads Items of interest: 1894-95 Winans High School was organized3 years course 95-96 Orr 16 96-97 Lung Ed Christian 20 97-98 Lung Gus Christian 22 School Commissioned 98-99 Lung Gus Christian 23 99-00 Lung Poer J. M. Wells 27 00-01 Lung Poer J. M. Wells 25 01-02 Lung Poer J. M. Wells 30 School House Burned 02-03 Lung Poer J. M. Wells 32 New Building Erected 03-04 Ward Clayton 36 O4-05 Ward Clayton 36 05-06 Poer Pflumm-er 29 06-07 Poer Pflummer 37 07-08 Poer Pflummer 40 08-09 Poer Pflummer Weldy 47 09-10 HorLon Ault Ryors 50 10-11 Horton Ryors Heck 51 11-12 Griffey Roop Cook-Sawyer 58 Manual Training Installed 12-13 Griffey Millikan Lung 69 Largest Graduating Class 151-14 Grifi'ej,' Egly Lung 76 Largest Enrollment Girls' Basket Ball Team Names Page After Next. Boys' Basket Ball Team Names Next Page. ' ffl 'N l-lxksffilx ee W Names and Scores of Basket Ball Teams Girl's Team Names.. Reading from right. Standing-Bess Wright, Josephine Cross, fcoachl Marjorie Reddout. Sitting-Doris Acker, Isabel Weeks, Inez Pyle, Louise Mattax, Ruth Linton. SCORES. Geneva 5 .s,sss. ,,....s, P etroleum 19 Geneva 19 ...,.,,s o,oo Montpeller 5 Geneva 7 .ssosso ssssss.. P etroleum 8 Geneva 9 ...... .,.. M ontpelier 5 Geneva 8 ,.....,s, sss..s.... D ecatur 27 Geneva 1 ssss,.. Bluffton 11 Boy's Team Names.. Rearlmg from left.. Standing-Joe Didot, Merle Vance, David Cross. Middle-Mr. Egly Ccoachl Sitting-Foster Fike, John Eckrote, Ray McCollum, Arthur Zehr, Milton Eckrote. Geneva 58 ...... ..... L inn Grove 5 Geneva 32 ....... ......., M onroe 34 Geneva 21 ..,.... .... ...., P o rtland 18 Geneva 18 ...,,., ,sl............... B ryant 38 SCORES. Seniors 25 o.o,...,....., Geneva 1 ..,.... s,,,,.ossss P ortland 25 Geneva 36 ....... .,.,.. P oling Town 28 Geneva 22 ...l..... ...,. P ietroleum 54 Geneva 19 ....,..r.... i..,. P etroleum 43 Juniors 17 Editorial Staff and Officers Editors in Chief ef - ff-- D0TiS ACk8I' 3.Yld David Cross Exchange Editor ,,,,.,,AM.V,.7.,-,,,-, 7v,.,V,. C has, Drew Managing Editor .-,V. .......,....,..Y...,..,...... H arold Wegmiiler Literary Editor --.,,.lV. -----P-,. R ut-,h :Linton Literary Critic "--- ....... L 0l1lSe Mattax Advisory Editgr ..,,--- ,-,--,, S upt, Griffey Class Spirit In some schools, the members of the underclasses think that the .Seniors want to hold themselves aloof the lower classmen. While this may be true in many high schools, it is certain- ly not the case in Geneva 'High School. We can boast of as little of this attitude as, we believe, it is possible to find in any high school. There is no doubt but that those who first begin high schol make a few mistakes, but we all live and learn. Who knows but that the "greenest" beginners will graduate with the most brilliant success. Some of the great- est benefits d-erived from a school life are those which come from social relations, so it behooves everybody to cultivate a congenial and friendly attitude. We know that there are many, many things to be learned in a school besides the know- ledge of books. L-et it be hoped that the students of Geneva High School will continue, and if possible improve, the social and friendly relationship between the different classes. Toasts TO OUR ADVERTISERS. Our devotion to you we will surely show, For you have aided us far more than the rest, Our thanks we now kin lly bestow, And we know your goods are the best, To you we shall be true, and desert you, never, Your kindness we'll remember for ever. TO THE PUBLIC A toast to the citizens true, A toast, fellow students, to youg Your devotion to us you have loyally shown! As we leave G. H. S. We wish to make known Our greatful remembrance of you. TO THE G. H. S. FACULTY For their loyalty, faithfulness and zeal, For their help at our every appeal, For their labors by night and by day, For our victory in work and in play, For these favors and many things more, On them earth's deepest joys we implore. May God's blessings on them be outpoured, May they feel that their work has endured. The Meanest Boy in Town He was a sturdy lad, perhaps six or seven years old: the freckles on his face gleamed very prominently under a tattered straw hat which flapped about his dirty face. His lips were pursed into a whistle, and in his bright gray eyes lurked d-emons of mischief. For didn't he know that the can of fishworms he was carrying provoked Aunt Miriam more than anything else, and couldn't he make Beth Brown shriek with horror when he held them up before her? "This is just a dandy day for fishin'," observed Jim scan- ning the sky. "They will bite just to beat everything. Three hours till noon and Auntie won't know the difference." "Jim, oh Jim, you come right here," but Jim had suddenly disap- peared. "Jim, I say come here." Still no answer, for Jim was hiding behind a tree. Jim Walked unconcernedly around to the front porch Where his aunt beheld his muddy feet in horror and shrieked, "Don't you come on this clean porch with them feet. Go around to the back doorg Don't step on that iiower bed 5 and several other warnings that Jim did not h-ear. He didn't reach the back door, for at that time he beheld Johnny Roberts with Beth Brown his chosen sweetheart. After a desperate battle Jim walked OH triumphant with Beth cling- ing to his hand, and an id-ea firmly fixed in her head that Jim was a hero. At this moment a question of great importance confronted him. How would he escape from Beth to join in the swim- ming contest at the Old Creek? But after making up his mind once he acted promptly, so excusing himself on pretext of an errand he ran directly to Old Creek disdaining to conform to appearances even for Beth. He arrived home at noon and for once his meanness had not been discovered. That afternoon Jim went to visit Miss Marsh the maiden lady Who lived next door. She liked him but was always afraid he would play some prank on her. On this occasion he sat down very demurely to watch her baking seed-cakes. Finally he said, "Say, Miss Marsh, my Auntie said you was about forty, and that you dressed like a girl of twenty, and you powdered and painted, now honest do you ?" 1 Miss Marsh flew in a fury and declared it wasn't tru-e, and when next she met Mrs. Day she treated her very distantly. Mrs. Day could not understand it and when she did find out Jim was spanked soundly. Jim felt the horrible injustice keenly but as he remarked sagely, "They always thrash me for things they say them- selves then call me the meanest kid in town. It aint fair, 'tal1." Hazel Byers, Class of '15. m TT 'fifty 44 iq '- A TRIP THROUGH JOKEVILLE - ..- .-ve , -. -'f r -if r i ffv -' VY q - LJ f TY 5 ' 75:5 'Wifi l .i f W if--f fa, 4. m FT 4 e , a- in 1 Ailiig 4-fam.,-3-L31 J ' , .Q Q - 4914721 if if , V, I Favs? 1 K- f gf .1 l, . Zgfarfcjvilifffblzqkgxgieq r fi -519 ' 'F K Q, Q- i IZA, WHEN I ' flfggf' EJ I wi, Xi? I ' F ,X I fa., ,.f' 'H a w' . 8. IJ? .55 V K 155119 146, S .- ,I li. . ' eff: I lil h f ' " jifbrq fi? ltr . , , V., .. 2. , lgl i v "2 ' , - i -a f f , A, . r ig xr, ,.-. V- -di N Zyyff -Lg 1 j I - '7'., f-' fif- ... "L::'3-f - 25.1-Q Y S fi, Mary Hos: lentering a crowded picture show with a Chas.-Will this "pony" save half my work? nice young manj. Oh, my! Do you suppose we can squeeze Mr. Keene-Sure. in here? He: Well, dear now really, I think we had better Chas.-Gimmie two. Walt until We get home' A curling iron-a winning girl, Edna Mesel: treading English themel, Mamma, O mam- A powder-rag-A DTS-BUY girl: ma, let me kiss your pretty face, but where did you get lt? A little ram-away lt. goes- . . . A l ' l 'th f kl . , Our minister, Rev. D., went to call on one of his members, home y gun W1 a rea-531,323 and the man being not at home, the preacher left his card. ' U i ' The next day the minister and the members met, the member Miss Lung: What one thing did not exist a decade ago? said: "Rev. D., I see you were down to my house yesterday. Smart Soph: "A bright FI'0ShU13!1-" Since I am not busy today, I can strew a few of those cards like the one you left me, around Over town for yous, "Bill Buck" surprised us the other morning, when he said: "Well I guess I have two eyes and two ears." Ruth P., fwho was lookin at Emile during German IJ Elizabeth T. said: "Here, you turn around, he is all mine." Eng' Teacher: Name two Works of Scott' Miss Lung on Sophl Him., alt is Very dangerous to fight Bright Junior: "Scott's Mermaid and Scott's Emulsion." on land, and it must be much more dangerous to fight in an Miss L.: Name two works of Shakespeare. aeroplane." Senior: "A midnight's Summer Dreams" and Ten Knights Mable: fsolemnlyl "I suppose she has fought on land." in a barroom. A Freshman was heard to ask Mel Wegmiller, "What kind of ham sandwiches have you?" "Pick"--Let's have a marshmallow toast. I Bill B.-There aint any mush melons this time of year. When we leave these classic walls And these dearly cherished halls Where we feel that duty calls, Let us go to Berne. And departing let us leave, Naught for which we aught to grieve. SMALL BOY'S COMPOSITION ON BONES Bones is a very queer thing. They is three hundred sixty- five in use, the same as the days of the year, but they is dif- ferent. We are made of flesh and blood and bones. Our bones is what our iiesh is put onto. Some bones is good for Esoup, but they is cow's and not ours. Our bones is hollow and if they was not hollow they would be so heavy we could not carry them around. We should be very thankful for our bones, for if it was not for our bones we would all gg to sqgsh. - electe . A buzzard flew from north to south. He had a Senior in his mouth. When he saw he had a fool, I-Ie dropped him in Geneva School. "My Lawrence is dead, my Lawrence is dead," wailed poor Mary Pontius, holding up a letter. "Here is a letter from him right from the dead letter office." BASKET-BALL I like to see a great big game All danger to diminsh. But then again it pleases me To see a realclosefinish. "Who learns and learns, but acts not what he knows, Is one who ploughs and ploughs, but never sows." Just place "Give your laundry to Dutch" cn Harold Weg- miller's tombstone and he will die with a smile on his face. HEAD-ON COLLISION If a bonnet meet a bonnet Coming through the door, Each with fowls, and forests on it, Three yards' round or more- If each hat, not measured double, Grazes either side, What mere man can gage the trouble When those two collide? A man entirely wrapped up in himself carries a small package. Teacher: "Johnny, can you tell me why a donkey eats thistles ?" Johnny: Yes Ma'am, it's 'cause he's a donkey. Mr. Griffey-"Please do not play the march so loud, Louise." Louise-"I can't help it Mr. Griffey, it calls for forte." Mr. Griffey-"Well just make it thirty-five." The sharp point of a joke frequently wounds a friend but remember our jokes are all blunt. "May I print a kiss upon your lips?" "Yes, provided you promise not to publish it." Miss Lung-"Who were the Goths and Vandals?" David-"They were the people that got the advertising matter for this Annual. Ruth J.-"Does Doris sing by ear or by note?" Chas. Drew-"Neither one for she sings by main strength." Why is it that Ina has such a strong desire to marry "rich ?" High Scho ol Song Tune, "Boola Girl." Well, here we are, well, here we are, Just listen to what we sayg Old G. H. S. has a name known far That will stand until the judgment day, We've hope and faith in Geneva High, Foresakeher we never willg We love her colors, Red and Black, Rah! Rah! They're never still, CHORUS. O Geneva, Geneva High School, O Geneva, Geneva High School, We're the envy of the schools, But they honor the G. H. S. Oh, you should see the Seniors wise Whose knowledge is so great, And Juniors jolly and learn'd, And there is the Soph who is never late, Our freshmen we would not give up, And our teachers nothing lack, In athletics we take the cup, True and loyal to the Red and Black. CHORUS. -Words by Miss Inez Pyle, '15. .. When the trials of life make us fear, When we think all the world is cold, The thoughts, of dear old days spent here, Will return again to ease our soul. When the pleasures of life we bless, When our cup is full and overflowing, A prayer of thanks to old G. H. S. We breathe with dim eyes ovezhglcivwiiggg Our Seniors in 1948 Last night I had a dream that the date Was nineteen hundred and forty-eight. The Seniors of G. H. S. I could plainly see And this is the way they apeared to me. In Decatur, Lawyer Drew, lives a sage And scores go there on pilgrimage He lives happy, and in great renown, And Decatur, has becom-e a famous town. Merle and Ruth surely a fine pair The latter is a wife, his life to share Whil-e the former is held in much esteem, He daily drives a blind mule team. Next I saw two persons old and gray I ask them how long in G. H. S. they had yet to stay, It was Milton and Fos without a doubt They answered: "Two years more before we get out The next I saw was Harold who tries to rule A class of boys in Plainfield Reform School, And plainly on his coat there could be seen The little class pin 'of nineteen fourteen. The next scene was in Paris where I met Miss Marjorie Briggs as suffragette, She said, "I'll live to see the time, when Women can vote as well as men. Miss Louise is as happy as can be For still she wears the sweater with a black letter G, She is free from care, and free from ill, For her better half handles the baton with skill. In my vision I beheld our Doris on a farm With all the things of life that could give her charm Here and there, around about her feet Two happy little children scampered, "Little Doe," and "Cunning Pete." Away down a lane, just under a tree, Stood a cottage, as beautiful as could be, Within our Senior Anna holds the sway, While our noble John feeds the pigs and cuts the hay. The last I saw, while yet in bed, Was Jolly Dad and little Tommy Ned. The former was the vice-president of the "Ford" While the latter was numbered on the Bank directors's board. The angel of dreams said to me at last: Did you ever think of a Senior class, Tho some of these things to you seem strange Yet thirty-four years has brought this change. -An under-class-man. The Future Seniors I want to tell you .a story, You'll be delighted, I know, Tho' it isn't of fame and glory, Nor of victories won o'er a foe. 'Tis only a simple relation Of facts about the Junior classy It needs no explanation, For any lad or lass. And now I shall introduce them, The Juniors so jolly and kindg I certainly want to praise them, No other like them you'll find. There is Nelle so stately and proud, Who never makes a mistakeg She is never a bit too loud, For no noise does she ever make. And too there is smiling Mary, Who wishes an author to beg She has the talent necessary, To be one of high degree. And don't let us forget sweet Ollie, The sweetest of them all, She never forsakes her Claudie, Tho' she chums with Vancie so tall And one of renown is Renie, The funniest of them allg She is such a little greenie, But we couldn't do without her at all And Isabel too must be mentioned, For we couldn't leave her out, She likes to draw attention, But we like her without a doubt. Oh! yes, and there is Dainty, The smallest, and prettiest toog She was never known to be daunted, In whatever she started to do. Ina's the prettiest of the class, She's a mighty good one toog She's quite a winning little lass And she is very pretty too. Katie is the business like girlie, She is very fond of work, She's never the least bit surely, And never was known to shirk. Virginia reminds us of sunshine, That is I mean her hairg . Tho' her ways are simply sublime, And she is wonderfully fair. And there is black-eyed Inez, Who never has known a carey She just has a sweet manner-minus All that is mean and unfair. Bess, let us not forget her, The 'pride of the Juniors is she, The sweetest little Warbler, That you will ever see. Brayton is our Doctor, We need one badly too, He makes a very good one, He's good clear through and through. And Curly is known afar, As basket ball forward he's fine, At every game he's a star, And then he's so good and kind. And let us mention Ed Blosser, 'Ere we close this story long 3 I never knew any one crosser, With him all things are wrong. And then there's Mr. Ray Mann, Our Philosopher and Historian, We always place a ban On his philosophy and soaring. . And now this closes our story, With the exception of myself 3 And as I have nothing to boast about, I'll leave that to someone else. Hazel Byers, Class of '15. The Class of Seventeen We are the class of seventeen So jolly and so wise, The only class that was ever seen Which few could criticise. There's Wilson C., ouripresident, Who's rather fond of play, But we prophesy he'll invent A useful thing some day. And William B., a country lad, Who's always in a grin And who never, never seems sad When a girl looks at him. True B., is a little mischief And all of you know it, Yet it has long been our belief That he'll become a poet. There's Ruth P., who is never sad, She comes from west of town, She loves a handsome city lad, A lad of great renown. Now there is Robert O., our clown, Who is fond of play, Some of the teachers call him down And scold him every day. There's Paul C., who's a country lad And who is fond of play, We nev-er yet have seen him sad Although troubles come his way. Mabel P., gives us much pleasure As the days come and go, Many find her a great treasure And she is no one's foe. Katherine G., who is medium tall, Studies hard all the day, Though her neighbors often call For they want her to play. There is Joe D., who is so tall That he looks down upon the rest: He sits up in front along the wall Where he is called the guest. Irpel H., is happy and kind To every one he meets, We shall never leave him behind For he'll suffer no defeat. Q Stands for Arthur GIS for Glendening PStands for Pontius, Harold V., sits by some Sophie girls And studies hard all day, He often glances at Mary's curls, But she sits far away. There is Harold P., who studies none Although his pa will say, "Now you study today, my son, And don't you dare to play." Next comes Emile C., of this class, And I have heard them say That a little red haired country lass Is lookin for him her way. Elizabeth T., studies at her ease And never forgets to play She's a girl they like to tease, They tease her every day. Elizabeth M., has made of late Much disturbance in school, Weiwonder what will be her fate If she don't mind the rule. From south of town there's Eleanor B., Who seems to be a wonder, We can not imagine why she Seldom makes a blunder. Edna W., lives in this town And is respected by all, She is said to have great renown And is hard to appall. I hope I shall not insult you With what I've said in fun, If I have I did not aim to, So now my poem is done. K. G. Sophomore Alphabet Our great athlete, Also for Alta, who ln geom. can't be beat. Bls for Bland, Our studious boy, And for Burris, Who plays with a toy. CMeans "Coyote" Whos-e other name is Bill: D stands for Dorothy Who lives on the hill. Els for Edna, who Is late most every morn, F means Forest, who Blows the old slip horn. The little boy true, Also for Greene. With her eyes so blue. HStands for "Hos," Our happy lass, And for Helen, who Stands at the head of the class. Jls for Juday, The little Soph beauty, L is for Merle Lee, Who always does his duty. Mls for Mary H., The quiet little lass, Also for Mary Hale Who thinks Juniors, first class. Both Mildred and Mary, Each known for their beauty, Hair, eyes and cheeks like a cherry. Rls for Ruth S. Who has a great talent, Also for Rena, To whom the boys are gallant. SMeans Sanford, Who is so very small, T is for Tina, The least of them all. VStands for Venus, Our Milo so queer, And last for Vorhees, To the girls who are so dear. RENA- Calendar Sept. 8. Freshies make their first appearance. My, but they look green! But all green things will grow. Sept. 10. Sophies declare that Ancient History is terrible, but when told that Med. and Modern History is more terrible, they do the usual thing-collapse. b Sept. 15. Don't be so blue Juniors, you'll be Seniors by and y. Sept. 19. A Senior kindly advises a Junior to not show his German "mule," or at least to keep it out of the teacher's sight. Sept. 23. Senior side of the room is very "loud." Just look at Ray's tie and you'll understand why. Sept. 25. Four prominent H. S. girls make a sensational flight from justice by means of the fire-escape. Sept. 29. A little Freshie named Hall, in his efforts to get to school quickly, falls off the interurban car. Oct. 3. Monthly grades are given out. It certainly makes one feel like working harder. Oct. 17. Manual training boys try the new tools. Aren't they fthe toolsl bright? Nov. 19. Mr. Egly keeps two naughty Freshman girls thirty minutes after school. Nov. 24. Miss Lung gives a talk on the life of Burns and his works, supplemented with a reading of his famous poem, "Tam-O-Shanterf' Nov. 25. "Hiram Curtis Peck" wants to know how many fowls recognized the Turkey Trot Thursday. Dec. 2. Some of the students are a little "blue" because of their low grades. Cheer up! Just work a little harder and Dec. 5. Great excitement on "double header" basket-ball game. Geneva H. S. girls vs. Petroleum H. S. girls, and Ge- neva H. S. boys vs. Petroleum H. S. boys. Jan. 7. Freshie girls proceed to "spoil" Milo. Poor boy. Jan. 14. The pupils begin to study with renewed vigor and the teachers begin to scold, each one with the determination to be a "star" at his profession. Jan 9. Teach-ers announce the week's work, as a whole, is very satisfactory, but of course it could be better. Jan. 15. Rooms luke warm, teachers luke warm, pupils luke warm, and grades-cold. Jan. 25. Class fight begins by the Seniors putting their colors on the flag-pole on the top of the school house. Jan. 29. The Seniors occasionally receive a visit from some brave under-classman, but they never stay very long. We wonder why? Feb. 2. Teacher's exam. is all the Seniors talk about. We wonder if Doris made her S7-5.00 license. Feb. 9. Pretty bad weather for children to go to school but we cannot be kept at home. Feb. 16. Big snow. No one can get to school, therefore the teachers have a good time. Feb. 17. Still snowed ing impossible to make paths or to wade the snow. April 18. Baccalaureate Sermon at U. B. church. April 19. "Senior week." Take it easy kids. April 23. Commencement evening. Seniors are all excited. your grades will show it. Goodbye until next year. Seniors Marjorie Reddout-"Maggie" Doris Acker-"Doe." Louisa Mattax-"Katy." Merle Vance-"Leng'thy." David Cross-"Dad." Charles Drew-"Boohoo." Foster Fike-"Jonsey." Merrill Pyle-"Ned." Anna Armatrout-"Casey," Milton Eckrot-"Bill," Ruth Linton-"Miss Peasly. Harold Wefrmiller-"Dutch, Juniors Mary Ineichen- "April Blossom. Irene Reed-"Reenie." Olive Shimp-"Ollie." Nelle Jones-"Little Nell." 77 Roster of the High School Virginia Pyle-"Sunshine Ina Bolds-"Percy." Inez Pyle-"Iney," "Mike" Bess Wright--"Right" Hazel Byers--"Busy." Isabel Weeks-"Issie." Rav Mann-"Ezra," Brayton Pyle-"Doc," Pauline Greene-"Dainty." Catherine Fravel-"Taty." Ray McCollum-"Curley.' Sophmores Merle Lee-"Judge" Mearl Burris-"Tubby." Lucile Greene-"Jim." Ruth Shoemaker- "Blue-bell." Mary Pontius-"Molly," Rena Macklin-"Dolly." Sanford Acker-"Mutt," Milo Lindsey-"Venus," Mary Hale-"Mamie," Forest McWhirter- "Coyote Bill." Mildred Pontius-"Millie" Alta Fink-"Tony." Tina Ford-"Toady." Ruth Juday-"Suse," Mary Hoskinson-"Mae," Glen Vorhees-"Whiskers." Mary Houdeshell-.."Eggshell. Edna Mesel-"Ed." Helen Hale-"Helena." Richard Glendening-"Rich," Dorothy Larue-"Dot." Arthur Zehr-"Art" Forest Watson--"Moses" Bland Stahl-"Jeff," Freshman FRESHMAN CLASS. Wilson Cross-"Pick," Joe Didot-"Pad." William Buckmaster-"Bill," True Buckmaster-"Buck," Besse Decker-"Hope," Robert Odle-"Sis." Elizabeth Martin-"Betsy." Elizabeth Thornhill-"Lizzie Mabel Pontius--"Susan" Harold Pontius-"Punk." Irpel Hall-"Sunshine," Harold Vance-"Hade." Paul Clendenen-"Riley," Ruth Pontius-"Sallie" Emile Cooper-"Brick," Edna Whiteman-"Whitey." Elanore Banta-"Banty." Katherine Glendening -"Katrina, ff ,X fr ay. i ff f B ff - 1 mjdmljfilb E " .ya X X l -SSP , """' x . W - - s f L 1 Advertise QQ - , Qi I gf ff - '1-' iii 2' f ' I- ill ,4 A. 252 .ff ments "- -1 Q "f'?'?' gf!" 'ii :Q L ,. 3' .qfxuz , K W my W Y FU wQ'U,33"' WHAT AM IP I am a good friend to all who will allow me to help them. I am the key to the door beyond which lies Succees, Independence, Strength and Happiness. I am a Bank Account at the Farmers 8: Merchants State Bank Geneva, Indiana The officers of the above bank are always ready and Willing to advise cus tomers. Their business will be held strictly confidential. p Cigars and Tobacco Bread and Cakes Z 'gi f 5:6 - gg , fd 5. ' wil 933' 52 " A, 'QW . i -f ' 7.4 iff W IL .lf Ll x E, 'X if "'fl'Klf4Lf 31, T7 1' f ,Cf S 7 I if . ,lx I, J 1 if ffxg , , ji i lyvlmzfg? C as i- QILF5' ' 'JV 517 'Q it J Sf-, ml, ' J J as 1 ' X., - f' M clfjre .fvffll I Wegmilleifs Restaurant Short Orders a Specialty. Fancy Candy. ri- tate College ANGOLA. INDIANA ' Q V THE COST-For twelve weeks summer term in a Standard Normal School: The College, the Redpath Bureau and the local Chautauqua committee have combined on an ar- rangement whereby all who enter Tri-State College Summer Term can take either of the following plans: C15 Board, furnished room, tuition, library fee and from twenty to thirty lectures and entertain- ments in our fine Ullautauqnu for 346, Q25 Tuition, library fee and Chautauqua. for 2519. We think there is no other place where this lllllI'll can be had for the money. h Dates of.Entranoe-March 17th, April 27th, June Sith and September 29th. All lines of Hlgh School, College and Tecn- nieal Work. Enquire. L. M. SNIFF, President, Angola, Indiana The Bank of Geneva HlHNNWNHUNHWHHNWNHHllllllllWlllllllllllHHHHQMWHVWPVVVHVWPll!VVVHHHMlHiifHiElllilwlllllllWHWHHUHHlIlllllllllWlllllllllllWNHHHHIIHHINMIHHHNHHlllHWWHHNHHH!Hl Your success in life will depend upon your economical methods employed in all your every day transactions. Begin right and start saving something of all that which you earn. Your suc- cess Will then be assured. Bank with IHliHillllNllNlWWWlN5WHHNHHNHNHWNlWWWlWikilbWWlWHHWEHPHVP!iiiilwiiiiliiWNHlWH!4NlWWNlNNNWIHWWHlWHWWH9WHITIIMEIIHIEHHHINHHJIIJINI! The Bank of Geneva General Dry Goods Store Boots, Shoes and Groceries The merit of our goods, the fairness of our prices and the excellence in ev- erything makes this Gen- eva's Greatest Bargain Store. We Welcome You. Geo. O. Staley, Geneva, Indiana. ll l i ll Graduation Whatever the gift for. graduation, it should be of unquestioned quality. Something in line jewelry, makes a most welcome gift. ill Gold Watches, Dainty Lavellieres, Bracelets, Lockets, Cui? Links, Rings, Fountain Pens, Scarf Pins. We can list all the beautiful things we have here at moderate prices. Bryan's Jewelry Store oyer's Studio Is the place for fine photo- graphs. All first-class work guaranteed. Look at our High School Classes and you will be convinced. Every- body is talking about them. Now is the time to have your like- ness taken for tomorrow may be too late. Ten years experience in picture making. Gallery open every day. A. H. Moyer Photographer J. A. ong 8 Go. The largest and leading drug store of Geneva Drugs Paints Books Stationery Wall Paper Sporting Goods Perfumes Candies Cigars Trusses Weserve the best Ice Cream and Fruit Syrups at our Soda Fountain. Our Prescription Department is in charge of a graduate of Pharmacy. SAL-VET VINOL -" lhbu lf ' .415 ' ' I 1 1 1 Nl ' S f 1: 'l -i . l ' l I 'G l I . s 1 :a nis ' . 3 ' f' z is --SQ f "'A ' xx ,Q 1 mt gs. 1 in 4 A3 ll X ' . l l 'Hitt "1 xl if 31 ' 4 gl xvl J el' 2 Lxtki tg'-121 J ll, il., ff I lf: " 'G-'ar 7 n I f .Vi 3 s I x .l' 59 N Q A l l Men's Togs Some of the necessities of life may seem higher than heretofore, but through the tremendous purchasing power and immense business of Ed Y. Price 85 Co., the cost of high- grude custom-tailored clothes has been brought within the 1-unch of ull. . -,. -. aww-.i,- yr W :SA Let us quote you prices and : 5 ' ' take your measure today. ' A 4 SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. ., h ' I: T ' N ..... .-- wg "" """' , ' U ,Q 5395. g . f ail E 3.353 ll ze : 'l .122 431, V J1': Q..,M. 1 Q0 on 3 V "L . 2- ". Q 'U 250- " , l:"':3"?1g X U: hz. REQ! .lk L d. N I . 4""' xxx. .EPDM 3 ICS Ove ties Q XX '-gpm '- We curry the largest. ussort- i XX ment- of Ladies und Misses R QE33.-jg.. Dresses, Spring Jackets, Ox- lt fords and Shoes, Dress Goods ' M and Novelties in our city. A look will be appreciated. " L. E. CARTER Save the Difference. Save the Difference. Clothing and hoes The E. P. Reed Shoes and Ox- fords for Spring Now in Stoclc. They sell for 52.50, 343.00 and 33.50. ill livery girl should see them before they buy. DORIS The Crossett's for 0 Men and Young Men 53.00, 53.50, 54.00 and 55.00. They "Make Life's Walk Easy." Young Men's Furnishings, Hats and Caps. Go- EE- 'AM.. i The Economy Store Geneva, Indiana r oods China and Granite Ware Hat Frame Flowers and Braids Kabo, "Live Model Corset" GENTS' SUITS MADE- TO-ORDER. The Best Merchandise at the lowest prices, guaranteed. Stoplloold 4' X Q Listen! Lg W We wlftlywflaf S 1jn,youf1d7fLQ.f.6. i Ll """'5.-An eroua iii- -"ii .- Q , i as """'t-. Z- At the first sign of decay in your teeth, it is your duty to yourself to have an examination made. Will be glad to advise you as to the Work needed. Your Home Dentist. 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