George Washington High School - Monument Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA)

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OFFICERS Presrdent-Fred Tangeman Vice-President-Russell Knapp Secretary-Edward Murray Treasurer-Paul Cummins ROLL CALL Bud Carringer Fred Tangeman Dean Staufiacher Garretson Seely Bud Weir john Tumer Bob Nelson Glenn Schodde jack Smythe jim Vail Bert Haldy Harold Schodde Westin jacobson Howard YanWinkle Ronald Elmes Clark Chandler Sydney Sherris XVavne Stookey junior Burkhalter Bruce Ross Kenneth McLeod Harold Smith Charles Shepard Henry Adams ' Fred Armstrong Bob Auracher john Bowman Nlilton Buffington james Calder Clilford Carlson Arthur Collins Paul Cummins Otto Dvorak XYalter DeSilva Wallace Smith -v-' 1-.IH ,fi ea-H ,fr 4 ew.:-rr' V: , jf-It .21-JI' john Vosmek Bill Whelihan Norman XVhelpley Granville Poxmall Harold Soper Cecil jackman Charles Lea Arnold Pyle Guerin Cronkhite Arthur Redel jack Day Bill Elwood L'dell Leibsohn David Bingham john Koffron Ferris Simpson George XVamer Roy Thomas Bob Evans Horace Langfitt Karl Thompson jasper Calder Don Dunn Ed Eaton john French Herbert Hampton Willard Hughes Carrol jayne Ed Kinney Earnest Kosek Russell Knapp Ted Maresh Lyman Maclntyre Dick Miller Stanley Moore Ed Murray Stewart Patterson Tom Powell Ed Prentiss Lawrence Romine ,N "i' it L ' 2 r, -11 , - --H ' ... , ,mjsm 'flu if Zmlt ,mlb Iii, f lM'A'............,..w...-.'7.,g-..,. ,., 7 " '- - Needham Young Gerry Dillman Clvde Shnmler Philip McKim Gui' Shinn Theron Boyer Harold Kreuse Allan Teeple Faul Engle Freeman Dotson Heine Groth Red Meyers Eric Levis Chester Cristy Ted Chermak Willard Kirkpatrick Glen Harmston Bob Cherry Milo Mitvalsky i-v Y Y V V ' - , v' Q-, , :'F"':fuX-. 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Gordon Margaret Hageman Shirley Meeker Mary E. Ramsey Libbie Raricka Esther Sonka Ruth Webster Irma Townsend SECOND SOPRANOS Alice Hansen Arlene jones Margaret Pratt Elizabeth Roberts Mario Swartzell Mildred White Bernice Zvacek FIRST ALTOS Ruth Coon Melba Mentzer Lillian Novak Hazel Cook SECOND ALTOS Elizabeth Cole jane Ludy Maxine Lutz Mildred Morgan ".,,.... ,...,.. .-..y,V,,--. . ,aff 'i:w:EW 1334, , ,W ififff 1' ,sv-lf11....4.,fzi:.'1. ...,.....-.W 7,,WWW77Z,....,.-.,c,,,W,, 7 W,y.W,,f.,V..-7 -WIXWV "T""-',,,fE"-Q3E3:- fi E Aiv - 3. 5' T: 99-5 G , . '-2-1 ra' - 1 Y 4 f 7-'vExNQ:f542'Z'i ' 9-1 R ag M i ' f' eg, .5 -. , -Z1 6-4?-2 .. , , 2 ,l-1- , :A -- , T: 5 3 m ll Msgs V Tm,.....' , v K A + iv sl 31? F. fx"-fa L. 'ck W E: ' R O I Q R ' e'ffe :e?? CBETYERIGREGG ARTISTS Founded in 1915 .-XIMZ To promote friendship, to develop literary babits, and to prepare for life in the business world FLovvER: Sweet Pea CoLoRs: Green and White Critics-Nell Boyack, Marjorie Williams, Vera Chamberlain OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President-Alma janko President--Bemice Bauman I'ice-President-Adeline Havel Vice-President-Olga jebousek Secretary and Treasurer-lrene Krueger Secretary and Treasurer-Betty L'ridil Pulse Reporter-Jennie Herbek Pulse Reporter-Libbie Pnovsky ROLL CALL julia Arman Sidonia Christians Isabelle DeFore Edna Derby Helen DePrieSt Martha Dobrovsky Lucille Harness .Xdeline Havel jarmilla jambor Alma janko Olga jebousek Rosabelle Krinitznik Louise Kvach Ylasta Liskovsky Irene Krueger Fern Lewis Yiletta Lyman Vera McFarland Margaret Merrifield Thelma Miller Ruth Morris Marie Mulvihill Freida Carlsen Ruth Hahn Yelma Christle Margaret Brammer Emma Pnovskv Libbie Pnovskv Helen Randa Genevieve Rifley Leona Robovskv Alice Simitz Leola Schafer Sara Slutsky Dorothy Squires Helen Suchomel Thelma Tellin Betty lfridil Helen Yanous Caroline Yrba Fem Washbum Marie Weaver Libbie Rarika Nadine Dulin Bemice Bauman Eleanor Wilson Alberta Trumbell Adeline Snyder Dorothy Mulvihill LJ? v YY Y ' "' ' Ai ' ?-'XHQ14 L. 1, -. -N Wd - . fi ll 45 'Q v in 1 gk... ,,..L - ' - , ' .- fl, Q--x . .L , ,I 1 ff, irq . i -s ' ' R 5' 3 ta xp 1-. . 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Miss Gertrude Hinkhouse, and Miss Faye Beach OFFICERS AND CABINET President-Kathryn Manatt Secretary-Marjorie Muench Social Chairman-Rosemary Filip Publicity Cliairman-Bonita Kees Athletic Cbairnzan-lsabel Bassett Vice-President-Mildred Hoadley Treasurer-Kathryn Clements Program Claairnzan-Lucia janet Smith Service Chairman-Marjorie Lortz Finance Cbairnzan-Garnet june Hedin Cornelia Anderson Isabel Bassett' Winifred Beeman Hazel Baumgardner Marian Chamberlin Kathryn Clements Mildred Bales Katherine Bender Alice Bowman Arlene Childs Sedonizi Christians Ruth Coon Constance Dasher Margaret Dennis Dorothy Douglas Pauline Harkin Marguerite Hibnes Ann Hayner Trevalyn Hawks ACTIVE MEMBERSHIP Florence Keetler lrene Klinger Florence Kasper Eloise Lord Virginia Ladage Josephine Letovsky Marjorie Muench Mary Alice McFarland Verda jane Miller Marjorie Petravitsky Kathryn Dasher lsabelle DeFore Rosemary Filip Louise Hallenbeck Adeline Havel Rosebud Hickock Catherine Hunt Garnet june Hedin Louise james Marjorie Lortz Katherine Longueille Mary Ladage Kathryn Manatt Gladys Meek Ruby Merriam l.ouise Northcott Gladys Otterbein Maxine Peterson Gertrude Reed Helen Randa Bernice Reynolds Vivian Schultz Della Taylor Kathryn Tait Marie Whitamore Mildred Wise Margaret Wellman Lorene Whaley Orva Mitchell Noel Newell Winifred Plumb Evelyn Smith Mabel Pollock Marguerite Robbie Elizabeth Roberts Henrietta Swab Lucille Taylor Faye Taylor Leola Schafer Gertrude Wymer Margaret Werkman Mildred Belle White Gladys Wells Mercedes Newman Mayme Mordan Rosabelle Krinitznik Margaret Pratt Elizabeth Hansen Thelma Knierim Alice Cole Louise Mekota Ruth Gongwer Bonnie Kees Mildred Mull Mildred Hunt ....,.,..., ,,., - ..,... 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Q 4 m ,1 L , ' ' fLtY3a2'1:4m-l-.-551125 .f ,, 'Q-E-f+,:,fx,1v u f 25 li-, U, 3:3--V ' , , ' ', DRAMATICS as '- F he F -If 1 l aa. 1 ,1 - 175275 'E' V J" i ." F ' -? CDRAMATICS 4. if FLORENCE CHAPIN Although the board has seen ht to take the dramatic department out of the school, the two societies, Alpha Beta Chi and the Phi Sigma Psi, have continued their activities under Miss Florence Chapin. Miss Chapin organized the dramatic department in 1913, and has shown great interest in promoting both the depart- ment and the societies. Though no plays have been given during the fall and the winter terms, there was no lack of enthusiasm when it was announced a senior play was to be put on. l'Alice Sit by the Fire," by james Barrie, is the play which was chosen by the senior play committee for the Class of l926. lt is a comedy which is full of Scotch humor and wit. The theme of the story is that the children are in America await- ing the arrival of their parents, whom they have not seen since they were little tots. The cast includes Irene Zimmerman as Mrs. Gray, Florence Ferman as Amy Gray, Verda jane Miller as Cinevra Dunbar, Laura liampmeier as Richardson, Cath- arine Hunt as Nurse, Lottie Faymon as Fannie, Robert Pohl as Mr. Gray, Fred Tangeman as Stephen Rollo, and Harold Smith as Cosmo Gray. "T" T T ' i A f n L. . f? Q ---F -3:1-am.. fm: P1 v:...::lu- Q 'Lr V' - . 1 2 -- 'QF ' c c 1' - ' wx .vp-, i fi gi? - 5 '1. , . Senior Play-"Alice Sit-By-the-Fire." Act l Characters tleft to rightbz Alice Krebs, Yerda -lane Miller, Harold Smith, Catherine Hunt. Florence Ferman, Robert Pohl. "Alice Sit-By-the-Fire" .-Xct ll Characters: Laura liampmeier, William Whelihan. Gurnvd Onlee Curtright. Act lll Characters: Mildred Owen, Harold Smith. Lottie Faymon, lrene Zim- merman, Gurnyd Onlee Curtright, William Whelihan. P. "a '.- V 1 "-av 5,-f X.. 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Z ,,Zf!Z,,miZ.Z1n11n ,...,....., n ....,,,,.,,., A MUSIC A H c lfll .Q 'fix' f ...ff a ,t be nmii- frnf e'-:gif - 1....f ,j -.,- ..-..,r.a-55.5 1? 1 W I 1 F53 N 7 ,' Q Q . -TFSK !!:"?5i? 1 rj 1 5-N music, MISS BARKER MAJOR DOETZEL The vocal section of our music department, which is capably directed by Miss Barker, is composed of the Boys' and Girls' Cvlee Clubs, voice classes and Mixed Chorus. The work of the Mixed Chorus is exemplihed by the choral exhibition at Christmas and at contests. ln history of music, note books are made correlat- ing music, art, and poetryg these are attractive as well as valuable. The fact that the voice classes this year are larger than ever before shows the interest of the student body in music. Here solos are studied and opportunity given for public appearances at Musical Teas during the year. In the past years the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs have won both the state or midwest championships. This year they will represent Washington High at the district contest at Waterloo. lf they are successful there, as we hope they will be, they will compete for the state championship at Iowa City. The band and orchestra comprise the other sections of our music department. The orchestra has, on several occasions, played for the luncheon clubs of this city. lt has also given a concert to defray the expense of sending its representatives to play in the National Symphony Orchestra. Both these musical bodies have dis- tinguished themselves in the past in state and national meets. This year they will compete for district and state honors at Waterloo and lowa City, respectively. lf they are successful at these places. they will attend the National contest at Mil- waukee. ...... .ww,.,,,W,0-7,.,,..-.,,,,,l,,, 7 W,W,,0...,,-.., ,,,, ..,. ,,,, ..,,,.,.,,, ...,..,,,. ,.,.l .,.,,,,,.,.,,. ...,,, . .,,. 1 Y 'H Y Wg ,AA,A W - 1 f... - 5, - - " ' - 1,-W ----: :A .. ' , . if M- 'Wim ?'4ftt5.s QlgQ...1-' -rm S- 1- gf - -"' ""' '-' . . A .. - I fi -' ,, ,Q Q 'l . s L f ft 1 --W - V' Vz- q1.'la!if:!5V 2- 5,4 gif-l '- l i OUR DETROIT MUSICIANS Major Frederick Doetzel, L. R. A. M., graduate of the Royal Academy of Music of London and the director of our band and orchestra, has had three honors come to him this year from the National Supervisors' Conference. He not only has had eight of his players chosen to play in the National high school symphony orchestra, and been appointed one of the tive judges to test out these young people, but Major Doetzel has also been chosen a member of the State Advisory Com- mittee for the conference. The appointment of eight members of our orchestra to play in the National high school symphony orchestra is a tribute to their ability and to Major Doetzel's talent. Representatives are selected from all high schools in the United States, chosen for their musical ability. They will play before the National Supervisors' Conference at Detroit, April l6, and will be directed by Gabrilowitsch, leader of the Detroit symphony orchestra. Cedar Rapids can rightfully be proud that of the two hundred musicians sent to Detroit, eight were selected from its high schools, seven from Washington and one from Grant. Those who have brought this honor to us are Mabel Graepler, Margaret Clark, Mildred Owen, jean Lindsey, and Catherine Maloney, playing on the string bass: Max Kornitsky and Henry Vysko- cil, violinistsg and jack Deamer, cornetist. The latter was chosen after the above pictures were taken. V nr -1. , S n.n f ifrg ,ig X f J.: 2-, ll' K " " 'lily BAND 0111 ouglas, T yD th I'0 Do Bfxssoonsz Severa, Leo acek, tl Oli xr asta Vl Onous 2 lie th. illartl M Clark ll Vivia james Calder, Plccoroz AND l5l,u'rr1s Russell llahn, Elizabeth Moorcrolt, Phyllis Coquillette, la one, M a rgaret N uline P lc, tfil Pe Louis Klersey, Marjorie NETS I LAR C jackson. Gilnlef, D ,I ack l'S ORNE' C osenberg. R Leland Knaack, rtl C1 E v 2. Mena Nadine Rem ngton, O I'Cl'l L XAPHONESI SA oof : 'r C2111 D Boyson, 1 th, Robert Snouffer, Gladys aroltl Sn OSI A LT ll. Stuart Dingma in tlerneck, Ll R ichar R Walton, VEFCII y,l? F21 G Kenneth VanCIeave, Nathan tlolph Otto Slapnicka, Tony Ran Louise 0Ol'C, l yh Shores, Stanle Gortlon ROMBONESI T IZ. lelol ay R BARrroNE: Kampmeier. Laura Meek, Kornitzky, Charles RX M lusty T im, Jerome D awson G ri n RUMSI epner. D ll ce Ross, Tom FU B ASSESZ s. B OS Malota, Warren R ah B Sedlacek. BARITONE: larold Sm th. nouffer, l hS 0 B loans: lton. Everett Wa ve, Kenneth Gray, C11 anCl eamer, Nathan V D jack RUM PETS I T Whipple. Roy Schultz. ri 'J 'Z C1 '-I +- I- 13 .Q O Z S. Z N H E L- C Z A I1 'I' 4 I: CJ CD C E LE A L ... 2 za 13 .... Z. 1: f. T ,- .1 LJ zu 3 1 I.. 3 C3 1... O 'E Z3 -I 'Q 3 A P. P in u T. 11 -C. U .Ni JJ 71 : 3 .Q 14 kb I 3 E Q i 'J J: u E :J 'SD 3 Lil L 2 E P Swett, ahelh Eliz Witt, De Beatty, lilizaheth Pavlovsky, Winilred Plumb, Ricliartl Tnpinka, Amelia Adolph I. enry Vyskoci I TSHII CICS Maxine P 21l'l. jackm Cecil Berlin, Paul Vium: npmeier. Kai Laura -lilek, Willizllii orey, entlolyn St Gw III OIT cCam M M ac IE tl n a NMI. ernin W emlore 'h I .- Z r: Z 5 12 3 O T GJ 1- E .rf I- 4-1 U ..- cu L- eb X- ru ... Z in in 4 Q Si 2 if an 1: 5 j: .rf u P rs I fi rs ,- : ru ea 2 T U X-1 Q. 'E B 5 .25 ., 0 Q 9-I 2 '11 P U Z 'U LD 5 'I 'Z QU C1 L E U Q13 Q 55 Vomlracek, sta Vla Onoss illartl Keith. M Clark Vivian ames Calder. 1,I N-Fu 'rits IO rl' EC 5 WIND D OO W Icr. M zilwel Cvraep mey, lc Ma GJ Z ': GJ Malone. Pauline trak, Pe Klerbey, Louis 1 Marjor e L'I S CLAIM N jackson, LIS 'hum 'i Douglas, Dorothy Bfissuuxsz Severa. L00 GIRLS' GLEE CLUB BOYS' GLEE CLUB Q-E ART sig e ffciig-ysse 1,1 a s 1 ,Q-" ag - ' 1 5 : Q I f ? - ' ll ix' few Q 'il' N . O CX . k m Blu' : A e sw QART Wjwg F. Aj- NV Way u next to the roof, A V r . 1" P N . . J 1 rs., it-here one may look down I g l and see the roofs of neighbor- - X F ' g gi ing houses, is the most inter- P571 esting room in this old High X School. lt is the home of our W lx Art Department. Yet there 1 it it i are hundreds of students, who, fs f from the time they enter the K portals of Washington High 1 fesae' ,G as timorous Sophomores, until 6 see vie fee ," 7' 1 EQ they leave it as pompous Sen- iors, have never viewed this picturesque spot. lt is a place which would put the busy bee and his rival, 8993i leeoeg meeeefe WJ i v 1 l .L .A .,, x Q 47. R xffns. the ant, to shame. The place S' T, teems with activity. There ,iv the pupils receive instruction A Q I r L in art. Commercial and in- 1 . . . 1 ,111 . lu. E xy" Q! dustrial .-Xrt. designing and r yfiitl zg,:fE5:5g?E!: de' ' ' 'l d ' 'fiiif 'Tlrzi-Drain' coration are inc u ed in the it . 2, ve- 445, . - . iff . '-if. f'f usual conception ot dramng 5 life and painting, for this is a con- i structive course and deserves , I .L H"'.cgQ.ijgQ4 its place with the other regu- Tlieifv -Q I 5 ,Q 1 lxji rv VS Q lf . fx . G - ,IRT 1 S- 'Nw i'f"f , 7? A A ' cf Q ' FJQ Yr' 134 -Q 4 1 ig , TH r' L 1 nt efeefeee -w 1.1-s, ,Q 4, 'l , - ft s ,. , 4 " ' :T fl 5 ' " 17 4 n M - - fx., , : f D , fu' X Kc! i -5 ,V s -'A ' 7.2.4 'fb CDM? iff' ' lar sub' ct' included in our i"f l fi X 'f'fe ,f ,Er D Je 5 ' Lim -ex lt 1 curriculum. This year the Q! rp i i M ' .kit course has been cut dovm F. ik? in M jj if Li, fy l irom ten to two hours a week. Q fl! REU l i, iff' li, N p il l ln spite of this, a few enthusi- l l p Al pl if J it astic art pupils are willing to l A jx J f carryl-on this work.for only lla f H ff? one-nlth ot a credit. Miss V I 4, V l , Toohy. who has studied art in t 'I :j"W f.fiifl if eastern schools and abroad, is limi ML M the efficient art instructor. N, lv on . sf so In addition to their regular " I classes. the nimble artists up r, in "-EGO" do all the art work p ' gzip P i' . . for both the .-XNNLAL and The fff"" ' f 3 ' ,lp is . Pulse. The members of these i, - "ff, ,- It .5 ELPH respective stans make this lil -f ll E c',i fr ,ll place their workshop. Blosl tl -Aiwa." Q any time. these busy days. lil ' f i ' ll W' l' V il they can be found there. past- i i -'::i i H ,ew-'ui l ing, cutting. sketching, and 5 W imposing on the willing Bliss 1? A My ,ff Toohy to help their clumsy ' 8 J! fingers make their work cred- E' ' 'i-. , 557, fllli if itable. ' X l To the Art Department we , QQ ll extend our parting word of fl pf p farewell and cheer. it X3 e v t O , 3 - lf 34- ,- ll 5 i e - ' Rf l' lf 'l . r-1' l , li f . A t ... T .r.. . . ,rn fl i li i .511 , igqilnl .llulilllll fy, inf i .lil l 3 ,,. U L H U ' ihilx ll LU ilk! w ill ll ' I' .. FX, E' :2v"N,..7T.,-- A , ..., ... ., ,. .,.., - tr .. -L ,, all-N J I iii I - MWF" 7 ll 4' N N- A ' 1 232 "4 ,' 1' ' ' V V+ F5 ff Rf WZ all in xii . 5-ii 'gg Lil, Q3EESEfiilifi-w5Z5+55545515555Z325ZQ+5'c5k3Y5+S5Z5+35E+M3E+35E+i5Z5+55QS+5Z5+E5Z3+S5Z5+S5g P -4 5 CONTENTS if Q L79 SE 533 3 - GNL Q I 'Ih S h 1 gi ge, . e C oo , MD 9' TE H. Semors Q? L79 9- lg HI. Classes lg IV. Publications Ja , - ig V. Afhleucs gi 1-E VI. Qrganizations 31 :YQ 3? lg VII. Dramatics 3 me , - lg VIH. QMUSIC gs Q Q? 335 IX. Qflrt if P' 59 Q Q X H 5? gg . UIUC? -Q9 Sl YQ QA' T5 951 7752323534429?JF2:?JF25?+9i?QS?v2S?19EJF2SiJf2Q+?iDf292?32b?+?fQ+?2QH:???S?d?2Q+?9?+?g W ...N av X 'N"'f:'T: 'fi W .-- N Q! ,, -Y, . :Z ,-,J 1 111'-i, -Gr ,Win " W 'rif f Q V, Paaulifzvfzd a . fl Ivy I' fx , . ' . T.. J' 11-. I Q. I, ,... ,, .-.V f.fn'V. .' J : j. -1. C . 1. ' 5 . Q :,,.-....-1-by K.-1 " .2-yr 1 , -, f'.-- .V . x. A , g ga.. ff-sq hem. 3: --Q -A' 5. N ,L l 5.-fr. .,.. .....,.. ......, W WWW?'yyfllvy-'--7.,?WW..V,.-x.. ,.,.,.... .... ...,.. -MMMIIIIIMMM ,,,,,, A.....A,f,.,...A1..WlllA....MA.j1a11n ,,.,..,...., ,. .,.,.. JCDKES 411 A ,,,, . . -W , -.-S --- ,.-... ,W , A ia ff ' me"'2f"ef-t , . . L. 0 1 1- 'V-,,-3 .,:.-....,- ,. .,.. Y SCHOOL HITS A HARD DAY AT WASHINGTON HIGH The student arrives at 8:14 A. M. and with unaccustomed haste, rushes to his locker. Mr. Turpin is in the hall performing, what at Hrst view, might be mistaken for calisthenics. On a closer glimpse, however, one sees that his vigorous gestures are intended to quicken the pace of the late arrivals. As each of these comes into view, Mr. Turpin gives the gong a vicious tug as a warning that 'ftempus" is "fugiting" rapidly and that the zero hour is fast approaching. The student, having reached his first objective, hurriedly divests himself of his overcoat, grabs a book, and sprints the last lap of his journey. He reaches class just as the bell is sending forth its hnal summons. Such an occurrence, gentle reader, is not a coincidence, but timing which comes only with years of daily, persevering practice. ln the course of the recitation the student discovers, much to his chagrin, that he has brought his algebra text instead of his French Reader. Such a mistake is remedied only by another trip to the locker, permission for which is reluctantly given-teachers seem to have no faculty for understanding the ease in which one book may be mistaken for another! During the next class our hero prevents his leaden eyelids from drooping together in the bliss of stolen slumber only by the sheer power of an iron will. Perhaps also by the encouraging thought that next period, he may spend his study hour in the continuation of last night's too insufficient repose. His plan having been realized, the student, refreshed by his nap, prepares himself for a much delayed trip into the library. As per usual he lacks the neces- sary pass slip, but with unquenchable persistency, he succeeds in borrowing one from a fellow history sufferer. At the library he gets in an hour of real con- scientious study interspersed by the unmerited rebukes from Miss Fordyce for: failure to inscribe his topic on the pass slip, the carrying on of an innocent con- versation with a classmate, the reading from a book in front of a reference cup- board! Our martyred hero bears these tongue lashings with stoic fortitude, He has long since learned from the same source that he is classed among the dumb- bells and the goops of the school who are privileged to be seen seldom and heard never. In the history test which occurs the following period and which the student has looked forward to with uncontrolled eagerness, he discovers to his great joy that he is able to give a satisfactory answer to one question, As he proceeds to nf-f"'n 'S f ""' W'WW'VT ""'Mu"""lW'V"W"7'W'W"7 "" ""'fW"7 "" """"l3f7j I :Tl ,,,, . .....,......... a.,duZM,MAQW- ..,,... ,.., Z .,., Z ,.Z11lA,.WiZ.g1f11n ,.,,...,,.,,,,,.,.,,,.,, fi' I . , ag l l !fiQ.g:Q4 at a 4: L.. . . - -:iw -eg. S! -'L Adm ' M , 1, ,wi-45. A- .f glii iff 1-'A 1 fi LL '--15 , t f, Q-5 , 9 ' Q f. rf.: 3:3 ignore the remaining questions, he reflects that such knowledge comes only with hard work. Lunch hour finally arrives and the student sets out to obtain his hard-earned meal, licking his chops in delightful anticipation. He indulges heavily in life- giving vitamines to sustain his corpuscles and to fortify himself against the after- noon's ordeal. Fifteen minutes remaining, the student shoots a game of kelly pool before wending his way toward his dear Alma Mater. ln twenty minutes, the well rehearsed tale of a long freight at Fourth street tumbles from the lips of our dilatory hero, only to meet with disdainful rejection. After that the afternoon is simply ruined for the care-worn student except per- haps once, when "Girl Friend' is spied in the hall during the intermission of classes. A heart to heart conversation ensues wherein Friday night at eight bells is agreed upon. Warned by the deserted appearance of the halls and the impend- ing nearness of the next period, the couple reluctantly part and hurry to their respective torture chambers, As he hastens on, the student reflects that ten min- utes is the least possible time in which one can go from one class to another. As the melancholy one concocts his portion of hydrogen sulphide gas, his thoughts wander dreamily to other spheres, for it is spring when a young man's fancy turns to-Phew! What an odor reaches his sensitive nostrils! The smell of "aged-in-wood" eggs permeates the building. When the bell nnally rings out its glad news of release, our hero rushes out of the cold grey walls with an air of relief. Forgetting the English test to be made up at that time, he goes forth to a movie to seek surcease from his toil. The life of a student is HARD. THE LITTLE SHOP The little shop across the way Is known by many students gay. They gather there to meet their friends Before the weary school day ends: Between classes for sweets they come So in class they may treat a chum. Their teachers scold them hard each day 'Cause of the little shop across the way. rr- 1 -E" """""""""' -.-, - ....1.............., duikimlmgima ..,,... ,... Z ,W ..,. Z,,ZfflA,.MlZ,Z111l1n ,.,,..,,...,..,......,.... ..., S asia 1 ,gf -gg, 4, --,je .i -- . H 1-F' -E-1-' ,. ,.,,. LT? at X I ,, ?iT, an gl Q 3 -QQV 'My Jn K . y . li? 1? H5125- ADVICE. TO TEACHERS l. Tell the pupils that you expect at least one hour's preparation on the tomorrow's lesson. It developes their sense of humor. 2. Do not criticize boys for writing on the desks. It discourages artistic temperament. 3. Never rebuke students for preparing other lessons during class time. Such initiative should be rewarded and not hindered. 4. Give long lectures in class. lt gives the pupils opportunity to obtain a few minutes of much needed sleep. 5. Tell the class a funny story occasionally. They never see the point, but it amuses them just the same. 6. Give the students unexpected tests. It develops their imaginative powers to a high degree. 7. Never have test papers graded and ready to return on the day after the test. Such a shock might be too great for some members of the class. THE HIGH SCHOOL SHEIK He wears his suit correctly pressed, A silken 'kerchief at his breast. He uses "Stacomb" on his hair, 'Cause girls admire the shiny glare. His loud and unsupported hose Hang 'round his ankles near his toes. He covers up his skinny legs With trousers wide as whiskey kegs. And when he Charlestons down the hall The girls say, "Goodness! That sheik's tall! He's handsome as the cat's moustache, It's just too bad he lacks the cash." CoNDucToR 6 to one of the football boysj: "Sir, will you please move your suitcase out of the aisle?" , FOOTBALL Boy: "Beg pardon, mister, but that's my foot.' ...,, ...,..,.. -WW WWW .... 7 ,,,,..........., , ,HW 7.,W..W,W.,,7 .... ,, .W .,.........., ...,...... .... .,.,,....,., -O 'E+' ' E' 'DEF if 733 5 , ,,.., . W, I . . ,, .. an :eff L i ,L 1--:-7-7---:L lf, 0 .1 z :Ex . .air . V. ..-4 ROMEO AND JULIET BY WILL SHAKESPEARE Translated into U. S. by Professor Gray ACT I SCENE I Enter juliet. She stands before her locker and arranges her toilette-Fair is foul and foul is Fair, my moniker is muck in the history test next period. Enter Romeo-Greetings, fair maiden. How's the kid? JULIET-MlSf0fIUD6 awaits me, Romeo, the Egyptian Sorceress, Hinkhouse, has decreed a test this day. ROMEO-That's tough luck, kiddo. I too am the bearer of evil tidings. JULIET-Z,3lf a fact? Well, spill it. ROMEO-Naught's had all's spent. l'm broke. JUI.IET-fWi6ldIDg her cosmetic tools vigorouslyj-Yea, verily. Something is rotten in the State Of Denmark. I have a darn good notion to shuffle Off this mortal coil with a bare bodking or either skip this next class. ROMEO-'Tis well enough, but these teachers have been known to strain the quality Of mercy even if it isn't according to Hoyle. -IULIET-TOO true, Romeo. Well, I got a hunch we better be moseying along be- fore the bell rings. Who approacheth yonder? ROMEO-Methinks 'tis His Majesty, Mr. Turpin. Let us make haste, we must flee. EXIT SENIOR: "Hello, Freshie. How's everything?" FRESHIE: "Don't know. Ain't a senior. Don't know everything." HAROLD: "Why do you suppose Mr. Armour walks when he goes to the stOckyards?" WALLY: "l'll bite. Why?" HAROLD: "Because if he ran they would think he was Swift." '1""?i1. WWWm7f"i'W""'fC'7 'V"4"'7'W"f"7""77' 'ff' ............. ...... .... Z .... ..,.,....,. ,... i is 'H ,,,. -'rf H S ,,.,.,-,zr-.4.,4.- mg 'z L 'Qt A-"L-,I ... W . " ' - .159 wif Ti? 5" ' E ' P 's' "OUR COMICS" Bringing up father-Mr. Turpin. Dumb Dora--Rae Murrel. Moon Mullins-Guy Shinn. Salesman Sam-Milton Buffington Boob McNutt-james Gray. Thimble Theater-Ben Ogden. Winnie Winkle-Mae Gibson. Abie the Agent-Sydney Sherris. Elmer-Kermit Yerkes. Gasoline Alley-Standard Stations. Tillie the Toiler-Marion Cham- bers. Keeping Up with the jones'-Mr. and Mrs. Kelley. Mr. and Mrs.-The Bownes. Toots and Casper-Walter DeSilva and Helen Lee. Toonerville Trolley-Oak Hill. Harold Teen-Otto Dvorak. The Gumps-lvan Meyer and Fam- ily Bug House Fables-The Teachers. Freddie, the Sheik-Fred Tange- man. FAMOUS FILMS "American Venus"-Faith Newell. "The First Year"-Sophomores. "Two Queens and a joker"-f'Willie" Reese, Betty Proctor, and Madeline Hatton. "Back to God's Own Country"-Lloyd Harper. "Why Women Love"-Lyman Mclntyre. "The Lone Wolf"-O. john Gerwig. "Playing with Souls"-The Shoemaker. "Why Girls Leave Home"-john Turner. "Back Home and Broke"-Gerry Dillman. "The Pacemakersn-ANNUAL BOARD. "Man Without a Conscience"-Mr. Hickman. ATHLETIC: "I have a chance at the football teamf' PATHETIC: "What? Going to raffle it off, are they?" 'lllll 7,1 ,,... I 3.13. ...,... .. .... ..,.. ,. W... 0 ..,. - ,,,,........... , W, I, 7 .ll ., ,,.,,,, ..,.., .W ,.., .......,...,.. X .:::.,,,, L ft.. f M 'W M' , fy W W1 f fwf ..,., .,,.,,..,,,,..,.. ...,.. ,,..l .l .,,.l ...,......,.. f ' .- ee eese I ,572 . , 9 sg 'fr REMINISCENCES When Commencement day is over and passed, And I, with Alumnae, have long been classed, I truly know that there will be Things I'd like again to see. The bulletin boards along the wall I surely will again recall: The Pulse Box and the trophy cases And some old dear familiar faces. In memory, too, will always dwell The Chemistry room with the awful smellg The ceilings from which fell disaster In the form of dust of crumbling plaster. l'll hear the bang of locker doors, And the shuffle of feet along the floors, The resounding ring of the warning gong That urges on the delaying throng. I will long to join old pals once more In our song of loyalty as of yore, And wish again with a long, long sigh That I might be back in Washington High. HOW A STUDENT SPENDS HIS PERIOD IN THE LIBRARY Seven minutes of waiting in the study hall for Miss Quigley to sign the pass slips. Four minutes on the way to the library. Five minutes listening to Miss Fordyce as she expands on one of her pet topics. Six minutes in search for a suitable reference. Eight minutes of study. Ten minutes reading the magazines and newspapers Students take warning! "All work and no play makes jack a dull boy." Re- form before it is too late! ASPIRING TRACKMAN: "Are pancakes healthy?" COACH PAULU: "I never heard of one being sick." .sr ii,.g,'.,..s........W,. l.W,,,-.7,7, .,...,., 1 ,W ,7.,,W..W,,W ..... 7 .,,,,W., ,,.,..,,.,.,,,.,.,.,..,... I ,. ,, - -E E . 4 ' . am: THE. SHEIKS OF WASHINGTON HIGH A is for Adams, ' The heartbreaking sheikg B is for Bowman, A bachelor so meek. C is for Clark, Who Charlestons around. D is for Dillman, The Washington clown. E 's for Ed Kenny, An artist we know, F is for Fred, Our football hero. G is for Glenn, Who never stops talking: I-I is for I-Iank, Who spends his time walking. I 's for the Interest They give to a girl: J is for Jimmie, Who gives it to Rae Murrel. K stands for Knapp. Who through the ranks tears: L stands for Lyman, Wide trousers he wears. M is for Miller, Our foremost debater: N O P Q R S, T U V W X Y Z Miss WITWER: "What do you know of th DREAMY STUDENT: "She'Il be 18 next May." SENIOR: "You say you can lick me?" SOPHOMORE: "Aw, I was just gathering statistics." is for Norman, A conhrmed woman-hater. is for Otto, And, Oh, how he dances! is for Paul, Who thrills by his glances. 's for the question May I see you tonight? is for Rommie, Who's always in sight. is for Shinn, His face all aglow: is for Turner, A good looking beau. is for Udell, From Shattuck he came 3 is for Vail- Each week a new flame. is for Willie, A lovable wit: is the Unknown, We're always looking for it. is for You I Write this songt is for Zero And the ones that are wrong e age of Elizabeth?" JOHN FRENCH: "Guess I'll have to go to the dance as a stag." ED PRENTISS: "Why?" JOHN: "I haven't any doe." M. M.: "I feel like two cents today." K. T.: "My! things are expensive lately, aren't they?" ....... ,. ..,.. v-.5-,..1--., ....... .,..,... ....,...,.... ,. ..... ,,,,.....N-. , ,., .. .,, ..,.., . -----------A ,-M. ---.5513 Y IE?" 'l WWW 1 'MIC7 VW lmly YW'f'f 71 Q2 ..,. .,,........,....,., A,.QlM,fMAQW.- ,.,,... ,.., Z W ,.,. Z fhfkwwlafffn .,,,..,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,. I' ' mi Y , 5 5 'V-W . VL 4 Y W -i. g .-1-fig 1 ' , Aff -gl Tiff' ill ?..QHf.X EQ g-L-5 me EQT3 ggpfr' E v v vni ' ' 1 2' "HSE ' 1" rn . Q T SIGNS OF SPRING l. The attendance department is flooded with business. 2. Students come to school sans overcoats, hats, and galoshes. 3. Hot dogs give way to ice cream cones. 4. Pains of hearts pulsate in unison. 5. Pupils look out of the windows during study periods and go to sleep dur- ing class. 6. Periods which used to be forty minutes are now an hour and forty min- utes. 7. Mr. Gerwig springs forth a new and flashy line of neckwear. 8. Boys discard oxford bags for knickers. 9. Track men beg rides on First avenue. 10. The Annual Staff begins its yearly campaign. The handsome lads of the school They say that seniors acquire wise looks Around her are seen as a rule. From reading so many great big books, Not a girl that we know But what l'd like to see Will stand half a show ls a senior who could be Where Miss Rudd is: she's a jewel! As wise as he thinks he looks. There once was a girl called "Schafer," Who loved malted milk and a wafer, She's still growing tall: But in width she's so small, That scales hardly move when we weigh her. WILLARD B.: "Did you know a dog wears more clothes in summer than in winter?" ANNE j.: "l'll bite." ' WILLARD B.: "He wears a fur coat in winter and a fur coat and pants gin summer." E ' il HELEN R.: "Could l have a seat near the stage, please?" MAN AT Box OFFICE Csurveyinglyj: "Why, certainly. What row do you want?" HELEN R. findignantlyj: "Don't get fresh, young man." 9- . . , V f"'fW7 W" .... ........ , -.,... ..... Zf.,WllA...kZ,Z11111r ,.,,,...,. .. .,...,...,,.., ..... THE QANNUAL CBOARD lid. Kenney, Russell Knapp, Dean Stnullacher Vivian Schultz, Kathryn Manntt, litlitur-iii-Cliief. Margaret Dennis Marion Chambers, Lloyd Harper. Kathryn Dasher junior Burkhalter, Gerald Dillman, Business Manager, james Gray . Q-5 zeaggmg V A Qf'lm! g '- Y, Q -V " ' W Y A , ujffprxgm-5-'till-iii? E115 ig-lfzif-753. W ' yggzz "L, ,,,' 'aff , 'T 4-W V-,. if 5 fQgll, ,j S.2l. V--p21fQ"X,,,f 'Z T' 1L..'- ----.. ' .-YQ.,-.E 2 MK T 4 ' ' W 'Q T ef-' 'TE' STUDENTS There are students . . . and students . . . There are He-students, She-stu- dents, and Tea-students . . . There are students who borrow your clothes, your note books, your pencils, your home work, your car, and your money . . . There are students who dance, who attend dances, and who Charleston . . . There are students who play football, who talk football, and those who date at football games . . . There are tall students, short students, fat students, slim students, big students, little students, conceited students, humble students, students who swear, and those who say "darn" . . . There are STUDENTS . . . And there are TEACHERS . . . HIGH SCHOOL HINTS No one has ever heard of the absent-minded teacher who forgot to give an advance assignment. Say, girls, did you know that Ronald Elmes wears bright red suspenders? Perhaps you won't believe it, but there are over a thousand pupils in this school besides Otto Dvorak. Don't be worried by an odor which generally floats about. lt either comes from the chemistry room or from Greene Square. Since lvory Soap is 99 44fl00l'ZJ pure, l've often wondered what the other 56fl00W was. If a collection were taken among the students to provide a sound-proof room for the Glee Club members and orchestra classes, enough money would be secured to build a new high school. lf all the gum were scraped from beneath the desks and chairs in this school, there would be enough to stretch from here to Marion. lt seems pretty quiet around here since they started moving the Black Block away. If they ever tear up the railroad tracks. it will be too quiet to study. Wouldn't it be funny if we actually had good weather during spring vacation? SOPHZ "Where do jailbirds come from?" SENIOR: "They are raised from larks, bats, and swallows." Boss Cto Curly Romine at Woolworth'sj: "If this happens again, I shall be compelled to get another boy." CURLY: "l wish you wouldg there's enough work around here for two of us.: Eff? ""' gy".::':f'.afgp,"f- """' yfffwfr' 7 W77ffr"7"rf 'ff' ..,. .....,,..,.......,.. A QZMJMAQW ,...,,,,., ,... Z ,ZlMl,MZ,41l1fln ...........,.....,,.,,,.,. .... E- 'lji - ,ff 1 f' -W 'SV' .l:L.,-f" ,.... -..zfLL-is-5 ref:-'wr ,gn :L C. R. H. S. PROVERBS Early to bed and early to rise Makes a Freshman as bright as the rest of the guys. A Senior at home is worth two in the school. Seniors talk where Sophomores fear to speak. An empty head never won a hard exam. A Word to a Senior is sufficient. A dollar saved is a good time yearned. Never blow till you're out of the library, Too many questions spoil the test. Sharper than a serpent's tooth is the tongue of a teacher scorned. WASHINGTON W stands for Washington High, The best in the state. A stands for Annabelle, Who invariably is late. S stands for Shaefer- We can see her from afar. H stands for Harold, A By the ladies marked par. I stands for Isie, A cute little miss. N stands for noise Which reigns in our midst. G stands for good, What none of us are. T stands for Tigers, Loved at home and afar. O stands for Ole, He's a joy, we confess. N stands for 'nuff of this, And that's plain to guess. MINISTER: "Would you care to join us in the new missionary movement?" F. W1NGERT: "l'm crazy to try it. ls it anything like the foxtrot?" KAPPA PHI MEMBER fto Pledgej: "Congratulations, old man!" PLEDGE: "Same to you." .... .,.. .. ......... .M .,Z.71ff1M,1Mm,WM ..,...,.,.. .... Zf,mM,.M..4,Z11ff1n ,.,.,....,.,,,,,.,.,,,,,., ...., L .... .i.W?.? ..,... .... , .... - ...... , WW7W,.W,,7.,7 ...., 7 ,WWW ....,........ ..... - ,..., ,' Q Q . 74:11 551' fl! c. R. H. s. AQUARIUM Sharks-Sophrosyne members. Minnows-Willard Kirkpatrick and Lucia janet Smith. Gold Fish-Bud O'Brien and Leola Schafer. Suckers-jim Vail and Theron Boyer. Whale-junior Burkhalter. Shrimp-Kenneth McLeod. Crab-Kathryn Longueville. Star Fish-Russell Knapp and Paul Cummins. E jelly Fish-Howard Van Winkle. Mermaid-Mary Eleanor Gordon. Flounders-Ernest Kosek and William Nlurfree. Piker-john Bowman. "l'was on the Hfth day of April in the year twenty-six that the tragic event occurred. The news fell as a bombshell among the students who wandered aim- lessly about the deserted halls, or collected in excited groups to discuss the enormity of the situation and to let the awfulness of it Hlter through their dazzled brains. A large posse was collected, telephone and telegraph wires hummed busily, automobiles dashed through the streets with the occupants straining their eyes in hopeful expectancy, the student body turned out en masse to tender their meager assistance. Stores, factories, business houses, and offices closed up. Flags drooped at half-mast. Sympathy and offers of aid were received from the different states and from foreign countries. Was it a tire, an earthquake, a murder, a war? Alas, no. l-low insignincant seem all these to the catastrophe which happened-for Miss Witwer bas lost ber dog! Breathes there a student with soul so dead, Who 'mongst his studies ne'er has said, "School be damned, lim going to bed!" ED. M.: "Thats my girl. What do you think of her?" CHESTER C.: "I can't say." ED. M.: "Why?" CHESTER C.: "She's your girl." Rosy H. Qeating lunch at Bishop'sj: "My! but it's quiet here." GENE F.: "They're not serving soup today." BOB Chlling out schedulej: "English Lit." PAUL C.: "I wonder where." 'lr '- . . . .M----..--.4 -, -5 ,, ,.... -V--. .,.. I if ..... ,.'::,:Z- ..,... ..,,,...:.7Wl,w..W7 .... 7 m:--- .....- 1 u11yW7,W..VWlW,7 .... 7. W l ............... ...... .....l .................... - fit- J.-YK-.. - -r .,.- ge"-'F CST' ?l"!frL!A gags. CT .... -1 -L-- - " ' ' ,u,,,e L K, " V ,,L...l. ' 'Q , va j "'?v ff MLTSIC IN C. "No Wonder"-Curley Romine. "Listening"-? "Show Me the Way To Go Home" -Ellwood Tisher. "Linger Awhile"-Attendance Room. "I Wanna Go Where You Go"- Charles Lea. "Remember"-All of Us. "She's Such a Nice Girl"-Margaret Dennis. "Kiss Me Good Night"-Eunice Weis. "That Certain Party"-Catherine - Reid. "Down by the Winegar Works"- Our building. "Yearning"-Ed Kenney. R. H. S. "Smile a Little Bit"-Bob Auracher. "Steppin' in Society"-Seniors. ra Prisoner's Song"-Clark Chandler. "Sleepy Time Girl" - D o r o t h y Fuehr. "Let the Bumble Bee Be"-Clara Shankland and Herb Hampton. "Brown Eyes, Why Are You Blue?" -Gertrude Wymer. "In Shadowlandn-Mr. Turp1n's Office. "Don't Wake Me Up"-Leo Stodola. "Too Many Parties and Too Many Pals"-Frances Allen. "Yawning"-Billy Ellwood. "Before I Go Home"-Glen Schodde MR. IVIEYERI "What made you late this morning?" GLEN S.: "I got a new pair of rubb together, so I couldn't take long steps." ers for Christmas and they were tied TENDEREOOT: "What are all those marks on your gun-scratches?" WILD TEXAS RANGER: "Nix!" FAITH NEwELL: "I'Il meet you on the I'Il make a cross with chalk on the sidewalk. MARGARET HAGEMAN: "Fine, and if I corner at 2:30, and if I get there first, get there first, l'll erase the cross." HAROLD: "Leo probably has a lot of hard work stored up in here." ED. KENNEY: "Why?" HAROLD: "None has ever come out." RUSSELL: "What would you do if a girl kissed you?" BOB AURACHER: "Kiss her back-of course." RussELL: "Ya poor nut-I'd kiss her lips." -1- 21-"'i"r---"' Il "llll""l lllfl " """"""'1:"if'1a?"""4f".CfQ.QZZYINPEE - mfg-asf, f I 1 f fVMffy" l - ' L ,..EIlJi7c.l':l:...ll,.,..,...... la" Il IWKIQMZAI L... ZZ.. g j vv gf va - I ' I :"5" 5af ' e 1 f ew rf " 15 EXCUSES If to the Attendance Room you'd go one morn, You would hear these excuses old and worn: "Why am I late? Oh, I don't know. Guess it's just my fate." "I had to see that show"- "I was sent on an errand, And I just had to go." if I missed m car" Y - .. "My watch was slow"- I had breakfast to make" I had to wait for a freight- Why am I late? I ran so far"- " "Our clock won't go"- Cand that 1sn't a fake."j "I stayed up last night "I had to go to the butcher To hear the radio." To get mother some steak." Yes, these excuses old and worn Can be heard in the Attendance Room any morn. A M ISANTH ROPE I'm leaving school this year for goodg I have not one regret. They all can have their mental food- Have all that they can get. If I can just get one good job In years to come l'Il stop and think And start to make some dough, Of days I spent in schoolg I say that I'll be satished But then l'll thank my stars I'm not To hoe my own small row. An educated fool. A little sophomore pondered- 'Til his brain was dull and slow. "O, Gosh," he thought, "1 wonder what Miss Fordyce doesn't know?'l FRED TANGEMAN Cat the locker roomj: "I can't get my locker shut." COACH KELLY: "Take your shoes out." Miss GR1ssEL: "What determines a straight line?" Wi-iELu-IAN: "A dime and the drug store." .,.... . 53.515, .,,.. ....... .,...7 .,,. I --,,,,.....,,,,, - ,, .... . ...... W I 1 I 1,10 .M ....,. .,.N , GERRY DILLMAN fBusiness Manager, Annual Board SOME FALL FOR GIRLS, SKJME FALL FOR BUNK. SOME FALL FOR SNAPS. AND THEN THEY FLUNK- FOR WHAT GERRY FELL, LET'S LET HIM TELL! "l fell for them I! and so will all you fellows! Qufo AYS CHERRY CDILLMAN: "Fellows: I find cflrmstronys have the niftiest Suits if Topcoats I've ever seen! 'lheir Scotch, Eng- lish, and American weaves are unbeatable for style, appearance, and service! 65 Qflnd the prices- you'd hardly believe you could get such values at so reasonable cost! I know every one of you will want either a Suit or arfopcoat for grad- uation, and if you're after keen outfits, I advise you to get them at ARMSTRONG'S!" GERTRUDE CAMERON: "How come you call your man Pilgrim?" MAE GIBSON: "Every time he comes he makes more progress." BETTY PRocroR: "Does that dog chase cows?" VIRGINIA TAYLOR: "No he's a bull dog." E TISHER: "Waiter, theres a fly in my ice cream." WAITER: "Let the little rascal freeze to death. He was in the soup yesterday E1 I3 fGl1e Qjldind as well as fGl1e fBod3f depends greatly for its development on proper food. It is our business to see that this is supplied dailyf. El E E EI INS T IT IITION' CIIIIE . INC. DE PARTME NT STORES 219 FIRST AVENUE E.. CEDAR RAPIDS. IOWA LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR MILLINERY, SHOES, DRY GOODS, and MEN'S FURNISHINGS. PRICES CONSISTENT VVITH OUR LARGE BUYING POXYER of 676 STORES J SA NATION-WIDE 0 0 E1 El Russ. lixAPP: "I had a date with a Swiss girl last night." AIARION CH.niBERs: "How did you know?" Russ. KNAPP: "When I put my arm around her she hollered 'Alpl Alpl' MR. TURPIN: "What is Gerald going to be when he gets through college? MRS. DILLMAN: "An old man, I'm afraid." Car: "I am proud to say I have nine lives." ITROGI "Thats nothing. I croak every day." EI H Horalc CPM-lrmacy QycNo.5fO OPPOSITE HIGH SCHOOL Headquarters for School SuppIies WE. HAVE ANYTHING YOU WOULD EXPECT TO FIND IN A FIRST CLASS fDRUG STORE. Service, Quality' and Fair Prices EI E'I E El ., . . v- -. .f. . A - 0.--. F f -" U' N , -t - -1 ,,.-xv? f,.Lf 4a,,,-f.:,?Q, :G i8:3:.:,?,.3g,? ,ggi 75 . , .. 3- rua, "3c. Q"'d-":3'i 574'fQ,54 -: fa Q, 1 51 .. 'LA ' ce' .1-4 . 0, o-O CD ! , .n 'I' - Lf: 2''iTf'i5E3'?i:5iff-':'i3LL'g2-7:f',31'?Z5'- if ' , . . - 1' L -f ? 15, 1:7 ies' ' ,F-' ' fgzi ,J Z a.'4ilf?'5fie ,A,.,-pe -' 'J , ,fe -2 i- .av ' 'i H--515 12' ' 5 tg: ?f5iQq,,g1'rZzsz ily:-f-a-'f .1-f - l f 'Ar H,-,ar -n ,417 y e A :bf --I -"'f.2i'-'if-12521211 gg , - 1 - ' ' 'J 25,214 if rl" 5 ' . ' 1 1 '55 i tg, a Q if '15 'Z 1 ' iii? lffffpfif " -nf ieizff' ff1"?i"'Z11:i 'X af1a2f 2' If 12' ff, L - 4 - . ,A .gf .f.. H.-,, . , , ,,-,,-.. - ,. K . fell! ' '- f f .2-rift: Q'-1'-Q f.:ff,f2"', is I' if:,1?,:eZ:E: -:insfi-.Z-s ' ' ' Y 3 2 Y Z4 f 1 ' -2' :V " f il -'J 1 . 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TURNER 8: SON 1 M orticicms CEDAR RAPIDS El El RAE: "What's the difference between an umbrella and Gerry Dillman?" UDELL: "The umbrella can be shut up." HFRANNYU ALLEN: "And what did they do with the girl who was shot for trumping her partner's ace?" "KATsY" RIEDI "They buried her with simple honors." Headquarters for K ODA KS and KODAK SUPPLIES We will be glad to show our complete line. il WIXSTEAD DRUG co. MAE GIBSON: "How did you become such a wonderful orator?" HARPER: "l began by addressing envelopes." VICE: "My father came clean from Pittsburgh." VERSA: "That's nothing: mine came straight from Fort Leavenworth." JUNIOR BURKHALTER: "Lets take the short cut." JAMES GRAY: "No-we haven't time' El El KADGIHN STUDIO GRA D UA TION PHOTOGRAPHS Granby Building Phone 1510 El El Iowa Railway E6 Light Corporation LIGHT POWER "CDO I t With Electficit3f"' E IlIIlIIlllIllIIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllll IlIllIIIIIllIIllIIIlIllllllllIIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllIllIlIllllllllllllllplllllllu E THE LVLINNUAL A of 1926 Q14 RESUME of THE YEAR'S CDOINGS AND QMIS-DOINGS at WASHINGTON HIGH SCHGUL AS OBSERVED Zn! THE SENIORS fi ..: - . 4 . ,- , :pfixc :E - ' 7 - ' 5" " '!?:f1l'i gt ' I I I . I-5 1,-lj 2-7. - M" 75? S-vfif' M . ,1 .b -'AA lj , . f , cg -. .- ,1.-q:.1' 1g- ' -rg, ffl t-'1fI,l." With Cphotographic Illustrations, CDrawings, and Cartoons, Touching Many a Tender Spot VOLUME XVI QM C M X X V I WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA El .......-............-.................................... E When School-mates become Help-mates- ONE5 EER LILUBEEIRATI Furniture And Rugs -Will furnish the New Home I3 E SHINN Cat Paloj: "Pardon, but do you know where the postoffice is?" HICKZ "Sure" Q.-Xnd walked on.j MAX KORNITSKY Hn Chemj: "What shall we do for tomorrow?" MR. BOWNE: "Take arsenic." Miss HEIMER: "What is a loom?" HERB TAMBLYN Khalf asleep3: "Me?" Miss HEIMER fdryly3: "Yes, but I want another definition," El E CED R CRAPIDS CBUSINESS CGLLEGE Courses that lead ciirecftly to business employment and opportunity' No lost motion--no loss of time-- no wasted efort---no impractical and uninteresting study---no unnecessary expense. fBest of advantages during the summer Catalog sent ori request E EI WIRING FIXTURES HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES VVINTER- KRIZ CO. THE ELECTRIC SHOP 510 THIRD AVENUE PHONE 327 CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA E1 El MR. MILLER: "How long have I been talking?" L. SCHNVARTZENTRUBER2 "There's a calendar on the wall." D. ROBINSON: ,"ls it true that the crowd gave you the razz when you ap- peared on the stage in New York?" G. FIGGE: "That's a lie. There wasn't any crowd." MARION U. Keating "Little Maud" at Dysarfsj: "Bruce likes these because they give him a kick." LEOLA S.: "I didn't think that of Maud." El El Watches LOUIS A. PRASTKA Rings and ' JEVVELER and Diamonds Bracelets 327 Second Avenue, Cedar Rapids, Iowa El El Miss HEIMER Cas Max finishes recitingj "What were you going to say. Ruth?" RUTI-I HRUSKA: "Nothing: Max said it." RAE MURRELL2 "Say, Paul's the laziest fellow: he's got the softest job in town." FLORENCE FERMAN: "Why, what does he do?" RAE MURRELL: "He's the tester in a bed factory." E El WTI REAL PRINTING P NG Qj eC1aIilma:,ggl Frist Oivenue East The Superior Cpress "fPrinting ofthe fBetter Grade" fO Oilways pleased to show Samples f or mmm emmam Cphone 2344 Why do we sell two thirds TRIUMPH BICYCLES Rapids - because we sell TRIUMPHS. Don't buy until you see the new models-from 821.50 up. CHAMBERS 8: CHIVERTON 418 Third Avenue East Phone 2015 LLOYD l-IARPER: "When is a cigar nearly?" COACH KELLY: "When it's all but." LEON VESELY: "What's a grapefruit?" - HAROLD SMITH: "lt's a lemon that was given a chance and took advantage DEPE N DA BLE FUR ITURE and RUGS HALL - EKFELT, INC. Credit if desired. 216-218 Third Avenue Miss 'l'HANNieR: "What tense are you using when you say 'I have mOney'? ELLWOOD: "Pretense." MRS. ll-URPINI "What kind Ot' a bird shall l put On my hat. dear?" MR. TURPINZ "Une with a small bill." YAIL: "What are Roman numerals?" Cummins: "Athletic rewards at the Uiiiversity Of Rome." The modern fuel for factory, shop, and home. Cedar Rapids Gas CO. A United Light Property Phone 393 1 , .ffff 1'-1+xL"' lv- , ,O-,..5W'li ,,, ' 515. 'Y 295-V., .se x..ey.s,4,f2gaiR-.f:n.eg:A.:j at 1 , ,, 1, L - 1 '-i S 1 f um :S lift R. T T ay x fin ":,.2,',N+-Eff ' H - "nz ,-' ""' .g ,"' .5 , uf, .5 W YIM nf 1 5 glI E if d : Ei? : U TE 1. E-5 TC 'i 5 1 - iii .i6fl' 1'1 fl? E 1 N5 I 2 - E" A - !1 we Y E 2 :Z ' : a 'Q -h - J-.- . ' ' N ,.,. QE59 7. -,A-itaxi. f--- -.w-Tritt"-ii-149 t- 1 if it :il7v':ix Z IQN ,QV 5 . U"vff?i.,i' im'-sfawf l 5 A , , ,,- efwwfv- -L A., F Q 1 1 , , if 13: fig' i x, g QM. A B .,I i ,ll :' v ' .4 "' -,f ., Ll' , X X 1 X I ' 51 :lj-2 i W ' . 'f' iv-fi" w . f iv H' Q HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Today demand clothes with a higher degree of individuality and character than in years past-clothes must be tailored to precision, and the patterns, styles, and colors must show taste and elegance-it is just such clothes for the student "'y0u1Zg man 01' ZlJ0m0n"' that Denecke's has provided in arresting and widely diversi- fied assortments. l Prlces are an added feature Whlchbmakes lt a pleasure ln chooslng here-savings are certain ! For 40 Years Denecke's Has Been Supplying Fashions for Graduating Washingtonians fgexzecdzfua El EI Quality GMS for All NEXT ro Eastman K odales ana' Supplies 1Sg51Q,?P?F Frames ana' Framing J Amateur Finishing. Copying and Enlarging. Commercial Photog- raphy. Family Groups. Flashlight of Parties. Anytime. Anywhere. BALDRIDGE CAMERA and GIFT SHOP 318 Third Avenue PHONE 2306 Cedar Rapids, Iowa RUSSELL KNAPP: "I asked il' I could see her home." LYNAN IVICINTYRE: "And what did she sayin RUSSELL KNAPP: "She said she would send me a picture ol it." DVORAKI "Playing checkers?" REDEL: 'lChess." XVALT DESILVA: "Say something soft and sweet to me, dearest." IIELEN LEE: "Custard pie." MR. IIICKMANZ "I lear youre a candidate for llunking. xlulinf' KIOI-IN BOWINIANI 'll hope I get heat." Opposite Strand Theatre LUNCI-IES PERIODICALS TOBACCOS BILLIARDS E' NIAGARA SMOKE SHOP E PHONE 3210 ti. IDILLIXIJXNI "For two pins I would kiss f'OLl.l. IVILORIENCE IIERAMN: "XX'ouldn't huttuns do I' AIR. REYNOLDS: "When do the leaves hegin to turn?" GORDON SIYIORESI "Night before examsf' Iililrlzis S.: "XX'l1y is a llapper like a spoiled photo?" GLEN S.: "Because shes under-developed and over-exposed, E1 El Gifts for the Graduate MEMORY BOOKS SCHOOL DAY RECORD BOOKS FOUNTAIN PENS LOOSE LEAF BOOKS EVERSHARP PENCILS STATIONERY HOLDEN-KAHLER-STECKER CO. l10 South Third Street E f EI I3 E M O R G A N B R O S . Si'fj'cf'Zf'de Harlev Davidson Motorcycles 'f,1'2fQQ2ifQ 210 SOUTH FIFTH STREET ,PHONE 1213 .IERRY PHILLIPS: "Whats an usher?" jER0IvIE KRIZ: "The guy that takes the leading part in the theatre." MR. GERWILQ: "lf the class was quiet, you all could hear." W. MURFREE: 'Talk a little louder. l'ye got on two pairs of socks," Blessed are they who work-their teachers. NEW SPRING FOOTWEAR at JAMES A. SNYDER'Sl ALICE COLE: "Say, do you know you can be two places at one time?" LUCILLE TAYLOR: "l-low's that " ALICE COLE: "Away from home and home slckf' KATHERINE MANATT: "Your so-called poetry is just an escape of gas. lVlARGARET DENNIS: "So, something wrong with the meter." VANPELT, Inc. efllways Something QN ew 316 SECOND AVENUE HE. name Van CPelt in Furnishings or Clothing is a policy' in itself. It assures you of correct styles of today with a touch of tomorrow. Cllemember your personal appearance is a big asset. Come in and let us show you the many new surprises we have for you in wearing apparel. QAlways glad to show our merchandise. You are not under any obligations. FASHION PARK CLOTHES WILSON BROS. HABERDASHERY I l El El El El GENUINE CAT FLAKES HAS THIS TRADE MARK -Deliciously Different, it has not been successfully imitated. -fireless cooked at the mill for 12 hours. -it cooks perfectly in exactly 3 minutes. -insist on the genuine, there is no satisfactory substitute. Made in Cedar Rapids by THREE MINUTE CEREALS COMPANY El ' El J. P. DUFFY Opposite Postoffice PHONE 5520 Fresh Flowers from the Greenhouselfor all occasions. E El OLD A. R. Cto Pledgej: "Well, kid, how did you find the initiation?" PLEDGE: "Didn't have to find it. I just stooped over and there it was." THERON BOYER: "Is Florence Fermana good chemistry student?" GERRY DILLMAN: f'Good! l'll say she is, She's got the acids eating right out of her hands." E N. sci-IOEN EXCLUSIVE FURRIER Established at Cedar Rapids in 1894 210 THIRD AVENUE CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA El EI HERBETT KRATZE Qbudding young salesmanj: "That bracelet is unique- the only one of its kind in the world. It was given to Empress josephine by Napoleon. In fact, sir, we are selling a lot of them this season." El El R E A D - Elie -I uvning C621 Bite if FOR ALL HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS AND NEWS ! E El CCE COLLEGE Founded in 1881 SQSVERII- OFFERS QMAJORS info Sciences Commerce and Finance Languages English Literature Cpsychology clvfusic Home Economics Education History fPl1ilosophy Sociology Scripture CPublic Speaking SPECIAL COURSES infa Journalism Coaching Cphysical Education ' CPREPARATORY COURSES infa clvledicine Law Dentistry Engineering -9.3! QAPPLICATION FOR ADMISSION in September, 1926, should be made immediately. Write to the oH:ice of' the Student Secretary for information and application blanks. E STEPHEN'S A E L PERSONALITY HAT SHOP The Newest in Summer . . . Millinery . . . Here you will find an attractive group of hats moderately priced 218 SOUTH SECOND STREET CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA El- EJ l'lAROLD I-IALFHILL: "I dreamed I died last night." AL NELSOIN1 "What made you wake up?" HAROLD: "I got too hot." "Iowa's Greatest Book Store" ll MORRIS SANFORD COMPANY M155 CHAMBERLAINZ "Well, Tony, you are better fed than taught." 'IAONY NASOZ "'I'h:1t'5 rightg you teach me-I feed myself." BOB AURACI-TER: "My, how short your overcoat is," BILL XVI-IELII-IANI "Oh, that's all right. It will be long enough before I can et a new One," f El Headquarters Buy Your Candies and Sodas Here. Whitman's Agency. PHONE 848 WE DELIVER WMONTROSE PHARMACY Miss I-IINRHOUSE: "IAlere's I1 book that will do half your lessons for you." S. PATTERSON: "Give me two of them." El El CARLSON'S CIG AR STORE 321-323 Second Avenue East Where Friends Meet Phone 6336 El El V I3 . EJ Street car service is more than a mere business---it is an institution. The CEDAR RAPIDS 81 MARION CITY RAILWAY Renders convenient transportation ser- , vice to all parts of the city. I El A El ERNEST KOSEK: "You are the sunshine of my life. Your smile dispels all clouds. With you at my side, l could defy all storms. SWEET WOMAN: "ls this a proposal or a weather report?" F. FERMAN: "You remind me of a tlying machine." F. TANGEMAN: "Because l'm a high flyer?" F. FERMAN: "Because you're no good on earth." MARJORIE: "l'll marry you on one condition." STANLEY: "Thats all right, I entered school on four." El El DEPE D BLE DRY GOODS COATS SILKS SUITS LINGERIE DRESSES MILLINERY AND ALL CARPETS ACCESSORIES DRAPES Maid? El El eet Delicious Sandwiches at all hours. Try our 40c Luncheon. No extra charge for Second Cup of Coffee. Fellows: Patronize the 2nd Avenue Virginia. H THE an Avi UE Vllllil IA um too ll EI JOHN KOFPRON: "Whats your idea of the tightest man in the school?" .IACK SMYTHE: "The guy who won't take a shower because they soak you much." CHANDLER! "Mac, I heard something nice about you todayf' MCINTYRE: "Lets hear it." CHANDLER: "Madaline said you looked a little like me." EJ 220 South Second Street Cedar Rapids, Iowa El SHE: "When l was a small girl, l was left an orphan." HE: "What did you do with it?" K. M.: "What do you think of our Annual?" B. K.: "Oh, the papers all right." El FOR GRADUATION ONE OF OUR 3 1 00 VALUES 1 00 PERCENT PLUS GUARANTEED A LIFETIME LEGACY AND JOY GEO. B. LUDY Y BEN LUDY mann-, gy AMQNQS at-.wavy SECOND FLOOR HIGLEYV BUILDING Upstairs where Quality is high and Prices are low. El EI E Ghe Old Line Cedar CRapids Life Insurance Company, Extends its heartiest greetings to the High School boys and girls of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Wishes them one and all a most successful career in the Held they may enter when their school work is finished. Q Q Q Your Home Companf IT HASZQSERVED ,YOUR FATHERS C, B. ROBBINS, President C. B. Svoaonx, Secretary G. M. AYERIL1., Vice Prexidwzf E. R. AlO0RE, 7'rvas1m'r ki. G Slmxuxn, Vice Prusidrnt DR. G. E. CRMVFORD. .llvrliral llzrurfur Home Oflce cflmerican Trust Bank Building, Cedar qlapids, Iowa El El El El KEMBLE FLORAL CO., INC. " Guaranteed Flowers " 315 THIRD AVENUE PHO EI NE 265 DEDICATED TO T.-XNGEMAN The shades of night were falling fast, Mae stepped on it and rushed past, crash, he died without a sound lhey opened up his head and found- A pain. -BY REESE. Graduation Gifts! Watches - Diamonds - Rings - Etc. We are again furnishing the Cla R' and Pins for the 1926 Classfs lugs SIEBKE E? TA YLOR QUALITY JEWELERS f 215 Soujig. Third Street ALICE' "Where have you been?" SHINN: "In the hospital getting censored." ALICE: "Censored?" Sl-NNN' "Yes, I had several important parts cut out EI coNN Q:2E:5i'!E2.'s2w . , " fin The Artists Choice The EMERSON HILTBRUNER MUSIC CO. 'Exclusive Representatives EI EI El BOYSON JEWELRY COMPANY DEPENDABLE FOR STANDARD MERCHANDISE AT MODERATE PRICES SINCE 1900 PHONE 1900 Higley Building, 225 South Second Street El El MR. HICKMAN: "Who can tell me who was our countrys greatest inventor lI.LLWOOD T.: "l think it was an Irishman named Pat. Pending." HE: "No, my father wasn't exactly a policeman, but he went with them reat deal." El' EI ONLY PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY ARE MADE BY THE LASSWELL STUDIO PHONE 1344 213 FIRST AVENUE El El Moimis WEIR: 'llou' much do you think l ought to get for this songr KENNETH MCLEOD: "Six months." -IOHN X'osmEK: "Lois, would lou like lo have a dog?" Lois: "Oh, Smack, how delightfully humble of you! Yes, tlear, l accep El El HUTCHINSON19 Ice Cream and Sherbets For Sale by All Leading Dealers Everywhere. El EI Good Bye and Good Luck n 5, -J l ':7 F Y M 1 L I . To the annual staff that has made this splendid book possible, we extend our hearty congratulations. May Good Luck be yours and may the future unfold an abundance of happiness and continued success. We have enjoyed the privilege of working with you and trust that the same friendly relations may be perpetuated, no matter what line of endeavor you follow. 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'Y M. xz: ' , ' U 1 ,H -4 ZLL' ' ' f :w r , pr " - , 1 ilu 1-' , 3, 9 . ' '.. , Iv, 41'-1' ' 1 1 ' I yu., V , , rp 1 H4 ' km' " r -F" ' -Q." , A 1' 'r :L 1 if TT T is-FST T Y T L : ' 1.-L. , . ? v L....F' gi: Gi-:s T T'-it N - ' 2 1 " " -----' " T'-i5?- q l I ' rtfgy 51 1 .-T 1: g-1 THE UNSUN G OME there are who win the name Of hero with undying fame. Ulysses, who in Homer's tale. With weary comrades home did sail, And those whom Plutarch's magic pen Enshrines among Earth's mighty men. Brave Cmsar, making Rome supreme, just Charlemagne, with kindly mein Spreading our Christian brotherhood, Religions warrior, Luther, good, Great Washington-for Liberty- And Lincoln, great no less than he. Like blasts from silvery trumpets flung Their fame resoundsg while all unsung The humble warrior, white and still, Clasping the standard on the hill! No tablet names the warrior-slave Who died some Caesar's life to save. No herald, no boistrous name. Gathers a garland for their name. For faithful hearts-devotion meek- No prize they win-no prize they seek- To give-to die-whate'er their part. Their sole reward-a tranquil heart. Take then, oh heroes dim, unknown, This humble guerdon for your own. Wise lessons from the Great we learn You teach a truth in your meek turn: Not to despise-great acts among- The valorous deed that goes unsung! gg 7""f T' I"","f""' 'lIl0"WlI "fm 'ufljllllll y pf rw f! J-2' ..u,MM,MA .... Ml.Q.M, .Z,,,l0l Au. I.. 1m,..,........,.., :v SENICDRS gL:1Ij5j'1u..:L ' f .,,, - "H " ' . . 35 " 'H-..2cL-QL: "5-lin' M':YF-- .W 4" if '-'57-W' ' ' V E "'-Y-"':,-:::2...,g1.-.111.....'c-21-J-- . :T:..- 15's W1-jrnnzfgf ::,,:1-, ... - ' --' -' -- S WE N -E yn, mf ,. 1 fer:-17: , --ng- i 956' W 2 o ' FRANCES ALLEN "Franny" Mcliinley junior High '23. Alpha Sigma Alpha '24, '25, Vice-President '25. Erodelphian '26, Girls' Booster Club. jL'l.lA ARMON McKinley junior lligh 23. B. G. A. 26. B ERNICE BAUMAN "Pickles" "Baby" Polk junior High '23. B, G. A. '24, '25, Presi- llcnt '26. WILLARD BAUMCARDNER NBl11l7lIif?n Nlcliinley junior High '23. Tennis '2-l, '25, Cap- tain. Football '25, Bas- l-.etball '25, '26, ELOYSE BITTNER Polk junior High. -Y-H .,.-.-N.,,., ,..1 . ,Lek -' g , ' U , ,.,. ARCHIE BAKER i , ' , L If Polk Junior High '23, ' '3 1' lf, r. A 11 A ,. I H flsiv. H Q , X... ,Mg , A, , A.,-' . v VN, 3, , l 1 jOHN BAL ES l "1 obnny" 1 Polk junior High. ISAB EL BASS ETT "Isie" Klcliinley junior High '23. Eroclelphian. Pulse Staff '25, '26. Council '24. Hi-Y-Ette Cabinet ' ' , " '25, '26, Gamma Alpha 'Z' -" . 1 ,Q Alpha, President 'Z4. , -' f'-1. Girls' Booster Club. kg 4: . . a., l ' f' l. "VT:fl.. - -. . - . 1 5+ ft Lit . f, -lf X 1 A -5 X gli' HAZEL ' Y , BALFMGARTNER 5 , or 'lf McKinley Junior High I X 5 '23, Hi-Y-are '24, '25, , ' '26. Nu Sigma Kappa P -..y . 2 .' X il . 4 5 - ' 2 tr 9 Q' " W I. LEO E. BISKUP . , ' A l . . I, 1 X 3 "Bzscuzt ' I Q McKinley junior High. l-..,,,1ffiffl'2,i. .. ....,. .,..Ar.vZlM,1,,f44,MM ...,,,...,. ,.., Z ..., Z ,,h!A,,,Z,,A,Af11un ,.,,,.,......,.,.,,,,.,,.. fi? "mm iz: T :Axx ' ' .Q P :""':"'i AW- asf "fair lik: 1. KATHERINE BLESSING ffKate,: Kenwood Park High '22 Polk junior High '23. MILTON WARREN BUFFINGTON "Milt" "Buff" Ames High '2-I. Rich- mond CCalif.D Union High. Zetagathian '26, Phi Sigma Psi '26, H'-Y '25, '26. Pulse Staff, Business Manager '26, LUELLA E. BURDICK "Wallie" MARGARET C. BU RM EISTER "Marg" Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26. Roosevelt junior High. '23. Girls' Booster Club. U, , . - 41.1, , ..:., .- -..-.T.,:,,,.,. . . , , '.,. ,A .uwlv wg -f .? , 6 gc + , x .1 'Quin X. .54 .I I 3,3 .A f. 1 X x f K ,fi 4 ' I ' is I ..-4 I-, .jr jAM ES CALDER n!i77171ZiE"' I-I ...,-.,.... AL ICE BOWMAN "Al" "Sal" Polk junior High '23. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, Ser- geant-at-Arms '26, H1- .,, . , , - 376 1-Ette 23, 2-I, 25. - . Alpha Beta Chi '26, Girls' Booster Club '24, '25, 26. Patricians 25. BESSI E FRANCES BURESH "Beffy" Van Buren junior High '23. B. G. A. '2-I. LOUIS BURKHALTER "junior" Hi-Y '25, '26, Orchestra '25, '26. Annual Staff '26 FORREST BREBNER A . BLANCHE CABALKA "Fwy" ' - . shueyviiie High. Alpha Rho, Steward '26. 5 Academian, Pulse Re- , Aff , porter '24. Hi-Y, Track . ' "4, I '23, '24. Football '24. 5 , l',.,, W... ,, ...... , ,,,,.... .... , ,,,,,,, ,, .,,,..,..,,,,..,,, ...,. 7 W, -7 ..................,...,. - .... ..... A-,yryag em, .f"v'I -a""'5, 'ZW W' ff IWVM' If f ff 'Wfaf' 21251 M ff .,,, .,.. ,,,,,,,,, ,,, ,,,,j,,ZIfM,fMiQW ,,,,,,,,,, ,.,. Q .,., Z,,QfflA,,WlZ..Z11f1fn ,,,,.........,i.......... ..... 4 - iffffhayfil Academian, Secretary '23. Orchestra '23, '24, '25, '26. Band, '23, '24, '25, '26. i-Y '24 '25 '26 1 "gg:,:-3.2 me im.-e...z.....: e -:Je .: is v,- it ii ' - ,vm-.. ,W L..-i." ,...-..:::-L..- - -1' Z ,, ,-'vi' T z qs ...'?S"?N , gggg gggg I 5 B . , ,,,,, ' F IVIARJORI E CALDWELL "Bobby" "Margie" Alpha Beta Chi. Hi-Y- Ftte. G'rls' Booster Club. Nu Sign'a Kappa, "To the Ladies." ALICE CHILDS Mason City High, Al- pha Sig'na Alpha. Ero- ilelphian. Secretary '25, I-Ii-Y-Ett: '25, MARION LOGAN CHAMBERS "Ti" "Kid" Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26. Girls' Booster Club '24. '25 Basketball '24, '25. Sigma Pi Alpha, Secre- tary '2-I, Vice-President '25, Tenn's '25, Assistant Director Senior Plav '25. Nu Sigma Kappa '25, '26. Alpha Beta Chi '26, An- nual Board '26, Senior Play Committee '26. SIDONIA CHRISTIANS nSiLl1'718yH Sheffield Public School, B. G. A. '25, '26, Hi-Y- Ette '26. Girls' Booster Club '25, '26, RALPH GILBERT CHISIVI Folk junior High. 'F' ' ,...,. ,,.,..v-K-m."'-'f .... .. ..... ....,... df? ff if ,, ,, CLIFFORD CARLSON "Cliff" jackson Junior High '22, '25, Hi-Y. G ERTRUD E CAMERON "Gitcb" McKinley junior High '23, Alpha Sigma Alpha '24, Warden '25, Ero- delphian '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club. Hi-Y- Ette '25, '26, CLARK CHANDLER Madison junior High. Academian. Kappa Phi Tau, Corresponding Sec- retary, President, Pulse Staff. Hi-Y, THEODORE CHERMAK " Ted" Basketball '26. Kappa Phi Tau. MARGARET j EAN CLARK "Peggy" McKinley junior High '23, Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25. Orchestra '24, '25, '26. State Championship '24, '25, Mid-West Contest National Orchestra WM' "if 'WU F as 'I x TWU W fun W"'f ' V"V!7"'7W7 W7 W'-MN 'ff' QT? -... ffii27f3'i.i .,,. - I 4.,,... .. ..,,,.. .,.. Z ,.,......,,,,,.,,.,, l"'3'? X551 X q 235, V f 'J-if , "rLAg:g."r' U: 'lzwgzf 'fgggg'iei,gA -V - by -- fs ...Rf ,...,:z::-ga-Y 5-'Egfr ,iv 1 W ---'w-- , 0'7" ' Q. L ' 2 "' ,,.....1"-L-" , '---'-.:,...... 0 . 1 Q Q : Txgx j 41. . , ,Qt-,?,,9. vh -re, GURNYD ONALEE CURTRIGHT ROBERT COOK McKinley junior High ,.,3 4. . KATH RYN B, DASH ER "Kate" "Katie" McKinley junior High '25, Annual Board '26, Erodelphian '26, Patri- cians, President '26, Pulse Reporter '26, Hi-Y-Etre '24, '25, 'Z6. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26, Sophro syne '26, Girls' Booster Club 25, '26, LOIS MAE DAVIS "Lo" "Shorty" Roosevelt junior High Polytechnic High. Long Beach, Calif. '24, Alpha Sigma Alpha '24, '25, Erodelphian '26, Hi-Y- Ette '24, Girls' Booster Club '24, '25, FRANK D. DAVIS HAMILTON CLARK "Ham" Iowa City High '25, EDNA DANIELS "Bobby" McKinley junior High, Grant '23, CHESTER H, CRISTY NELLA DAVIS Monticello High '24, '25, CAMILLA DAWSON Grinnell High '23, '24, "A1j11y" 'lrack 25. 26, Sophro- syne, Sec,-Treas, '26 Polk junior High '23, f2!af"'7....., ...,...m.,-,..,-.., ..,,.., ,.., ....., .,..,. -,,. ., ..,.,. .,.,,...... , , . .. ,.., ....,, ., .., ..---.- --...-,-,g,,,,,,,,.,., D ,Tl ,ylnqwfg fl VW yjlllgy fllllwy at ,Lil I, .2 ..... .. ...,....... .AJIIMIMAZW ,......... .,.. Z hZ1nA.WiZ,Zf11r1h ,........,.....,,.,....,.. ,,,, 'i' WALTER DESILVA "Walt" lflappa Phi Tau '24, '25, '26, Sergeant-at-Arms '26. Tiger Athletic Council '25, '26. Hi-Y '24, '25, '26. Football '24, 25. National Champions '24, Track '25, '26. State Champions '25. HELEN H. DEPRIES'l "Bubbles" Girls' Council 24, '25, Erodelphian '25, '26, Treasurer '25. B. G. A. '26. Sophrosyne '26. NADINE DULIN "Nade' Van Buren junior High '23. B. G. A. '25, '26. OTTO DVORAK "Bud' Alpha Rho, Steward. l li-Y. EM MA L. DVORAK St. Wenceslaus School '23, B. G. A. '24. MARGARET DENNIS "Denny" McKinley junior High '23, Alpha Sigma Alpha '24, '25, Pulse Reporter '24, Annual Board. Sig- ma Pi Alpha. Hi-Y-Ette. Girls' Booster Club. DOROTHY LE E DOUGLASS .Dotu Madison junior High. Roosevelt junior High. Orchestra '23, '24, '25, '26. Band '23, '24, '25, '26. Hi-Y-Ette. Nu Sigma Kappa. Sigma Pi Alpha. GERALD DILLMAN "Gerry" Roosevelt junior High '23. Kappa Phi Tau '24, '25, '26, Secretary '25, Vice-President '26. "Ac- cies" '24, Business Man- ager, Annual Board '26. Hi-Y. ALMA M. DVORAK Van Buren junior High '23, Sigma Pi Alpha Nu Sigma Kappa. G. EDWARD EATON HE-du Polk junior High '23. Sophrosyne '26. lfff- f!"'. 3.1 I .... ..,.,............ VWMWWW .... Y ,,,,... ......., , ..,,, 7 .,IWW..7.........- .... -f'- - -"--' U 1'--. ---ujugwflwlwh... ..,,,,, ,.., Q ,ZlM,,Wig.Qln1M ,...,.,.,,,, ,. ,,,,.,, .. ,..:45.j 'fiiiif' ' f "" - -V 'f-Y' F' 'V ' l if .L.,.F',.-..mz5e:f.:-3 5'-"EI Q-fe :QM in 4'..,ffl'?"i":"""""' -I! Q fr'-,fm ,-'-i+-lmsi g t I 'B' GLADYS A. EDE llpatll l. S. T. C. Training School High '23. Oel- wein High '23, BEATRICE EDITH ELLENBERGER McKinley junior High '23, Hi-Y-Ette. Sigma Pi Alpha. ELIZABETH EPLER tfBepp0ll Polk junior 'High '23. Alpha Sigma Alpha '24, Girls' Booster Club '24, 'Z FLORENCE FERMAN McKinley junior High '23, Girls' Advisory Council '23, Secretary- Treasurer. Alpha Sigma Alpha, Secretary '24, President '25. A. S. A.- Accie Debate '25. Girls' Booster Club. Hi-Y-Ette '25. Erodelphian '25, '26. GENE FIGGE St. Frances Academy. Os- sian, Iowa '23, '24. Gam- ma Alpha Alpha '25, '26. Hi-Y-Ette '25. . ,, ,....,.,.,., .,.....,.......... mf 17 'ffl Will lQCWav1....,,i,il4::'iL. mmmunuyu-0,1 l WWWW .... 7 IZ, ........... , 7,,!,,, ,y.,,W..WW.,,y ..... 7 .,,,,lW.7...... , W ....,..... ,.,.,, l ' l' RONALD ELM ES "Ronnie" McKinley junior High 23. Alpha Rho. Hi-Y. Academian. Cross Coun- try '24, '25, Basketball 25, '26. Track '26. jAMES MCKNIGHT jackson junior High '21, Hi-Y. Academian LOTTIE FAYMON llL0tJI Roosevelt junior High '25. Fioya, Vice-Presi- dent '26. Girls' Booster Club. jAMES GRAY Polk junior High. Zeta- gathian. Annual Board '26. Cross Country '25. Track '26. BURTON HALDY lfBurt!! McKinley junior High '23. Zetagathian '24, '25, Vice-President '26. Presi- dent '26. Hi-Y '26. E.. ,................,.... I , ,i.., . f-.. ,, ,,7fA7:'.u GSH, 1 '17 I 1 1 - 1... 1 .. cp, I 1 f ,-.1 ".-1 W., -1 H' ,,,,,,,,A11j1:2,,fnfgZu,,,,!f5 .5 '..l7:.:'2.4q. f:.rl -. ,-.53-.2 T to .....-- ' I 4, I gff-22113 --13 Z.-'ff' A - 7- : :sm-:ffm-,: ez:-5111, in ' M itil: :a,...-,2a, ......T 2.4.5 ' E 523' ..?.:'.- N' , ,..... f: Qt? fi, j qi.-.- gga'--':...:5.'.m...::...t , 1 L . N , ' ' , x Q 1 x w X X 5 A , , or 1. . 5 HERBERT T. HAMP- TON Roosevelt junior High '24, Orchestra '24, '25, Ili-Y '25, '26, Zetagath- ians '25, '26, Boys' Glee Club '25, '26. WINIFRIED FOWLER ffWyl1,' Representative Girl Stu- tlent, McKinley junior High '24, Hi-Y-Ette '24. '25, Cecilians, Midwest Championship, Girls' Glee Club '25, 'I'HELMA L. FRANKS "Mickey" Yan Buren junior High '23. Fioya '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club. ISADORE HI RSH Nlcliinlev junior High '24, Band '24, '25, MAE FLEMING GIBSON HI-lootn hlcliinley junior High. Girls' Booster Club. Al- pha Sigma Alpha, War- den '25, Hi-Y-Ette '25, If 1,5 . ,,.,f f -'ia ' V W' .3 "I -Q . 'ag ' ' ,, . 'X ,F ' 6 V ,K 14 e ,I S. 'XX V J Lui , I V ,ff . , ' -,N'.5,:if"' 'lf' Z ' A I' , A' s AY me 2 . 'ttf' 132,921 y "Nan ,-, , 'sw 1 f - , 1 "' N I S2 '25-, , . W vsxwe I' y ' ., ry ,- J ., . f - if ,I ,, .. - ss f, 'Avi Q 'a V 7' ' -1- .f s'b-'-,Iav .-7 - 1- vii - r ,, ' 1' ,,, , Qi . if ffg 'I I I .1 Q r :Al I ,453 2 1 '- I Fil? ff' P 'fEFQ, 'Y J if ' I l ,,, ,, I fff ' ROSEMARY FILIP f,MaTy11 Roosevelt junior High. Alpha Sigma Alpha '25. Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26, C a b i n et '26, Girls' Booster Club. LLOYD HARPER "Harp" Madison junior High '22, Kappa Phi Tau. Tiger Athletic Council. Phi Sigma Psi. Grant '23, T. A. C., Secretary '25. Senior Play '25, Athlet- ic Beneht Farce '25, Kappa Phi Tau-Alpha Rho Debate '25, '26, An- nual Board '26, Foot- ball '23, '24, National Champions '25, Basket- all '24, '25, Track '25, National Indoor Cham- pion '25. State Outdoor Champions. DOROTHY FLEHR Polk junior High '23, Alpha Sigma Alpha '24. '25, Pulse Reporter '25, Hi-Y-Ette. Ero '25, '26, FLORENCE FULLER Nlcliinlev junior High '24. Hi-Y-Ette'24. EL MO HOLLAND Roosevelt junior High '23, Orchestra, S t a t e Championship '25, WWWWW .,., - ,,,,.,......... ,,,,,!l7,VW..Wl,W.,7 ,... .,,,,!W..7 ......,...,,,.,,.,, ...., ..,,.,. ,,,, Z ,Q ..., Z ,,mlfZ,,Wig.4lll1m ,.,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, , ,.,. 1 ,, If ..--f 7,,..,:7-1--.5541-., ..,. ..........,,....,.. ..... nl ml- ',-,'gl.h,l , feaw., I . 'f-if 1' T722 ,,',V Qi' f 'if W.-V W ,f--5,: il-...fQ.Q V '.,.,fgv. .jg fl. .. .-...: gg N Q E 2 LL..- ..,, L. ....-..-- l ' or rr -5' TVN I ..fe.s.s' eeee - or , . ,. M., 2 fx -" "' ' Y T ' l RUTH GONGWER Atkins High '23, '24. Ero- delphian '26. Sigma Pi Alpha. Hi-Y-Ette. ROBERT V. jANDA Roosevelt junior High '23 Orchestra '23, '24, '25, '26, Championship Orchestra '25, Alpha Rho. Football '25, FRANKLIN B. jOHN "Shank" Van Buren junior High '79 AD ELINE HAVEL "Dig" "Addy" Yan Buren junior High. B. G. A. '25, '26, Pulse Reporter '23, '25, Vice- President '26. Editor-in- Chief B. G. A. paper. lli-Y-Ette '25, '26, Sig- ma Pi Alpha '26, Com- mercial Reporter for Pulse '25, Royal Effi- ciency Club '25, Honor Student. Girls' Booster Club '24, '25, '26, RONALD IQAMPMEIER ".4ddy" 23. Polk junior High Pulse Staff '26. -0..- ,. ,,,. 111'-, .. ...... ......... N. ..... ......,. . ..,,... '-' ii if ,a,. DALE A. HOWARD "Swim1ner" Polk junior High '22, A LOUISE HALLENBECK "Louie" McKinley junior High '23, Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, Girls' Advisory Council '25. Sigma Pi Alpha, Yice-President '25, President '26. Erodelph- ian '25, '26. Girls' Boost- er Club '24, '25, '26, LLTCILE HARNESS Pollf junior High. B. G. A. 25, 26. CATH ER l N E HAVENS Charles City High '23, Hi-Y-Ette '24, GARNET jl.'NE HEDlN "Giggles" Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26, Alpha Sigma Alpha '25, A. S. A.-Accie Debate '25. Erodelphian '26. Cabinet '26. Girls' Booster Club. W7,,,WW,7I7.s....,7,,W 7.,,W..7,W..,7-...7.,,,,!W..7 ..,.. --,- ...... ,.....,.., .... Z ,,4lllM,.WlZ.Z111f1n ......,.,...,..,..,,..,. ,,,,, i .,,, i'i ,,,, f 2 Y A a 1 A "' ---as sa, 2 -i , ... A - as -3 ' Q? a2'1"'r aa a ,-1' 1 A 'QQ Ziff ' a ' WILLARD H. MILDRED HOADI-FY KIRKPATRICK ' Roasevan Junior. High H U Y '23, Girls' Advisory P0112 2, 4 . Council '24, Hi-Y-Ette, Polk junior High '23, Phi Sigma Psi '24, '25, Pulse Reporter '25. "Why the Chimes Rang Out," "To the Ladies" '25, Nu Sigma Kappa '26, ' 1, Ya, ,,.- , ,Q I X ,X , Vice-President '26. Ero- delphian, Secretary '26, RUSSELL KNAPP 1fRuS:, uleussyu McKinley junior High '23, Alpha Rho '24, Sec- ietary '25, T. A, C, 24. '25, Hi-Y '24, Vice-Presb dent '25, Academian, Treasurer '23, Phi Sig- ma Psi '24, Secretary '25, Assistant Business Man- ager, Annual. Football '24, All-State '25, Bas- ketball '24, '25, '26, Ten- nis '24, Captain '25, Track '25, '26, Society Plays: "To the Ladies." Athletic Farce, HULDA HOSKINS Washington Cloway High '23, '24, CATH ERINE HUNT "Katri1zka" Hi-Y-Ette, Sigma Pi Alpha, Alpha Beta Chi '25, Vice-President '26, McKinley junior High '23, Girls' Booster Club '24, '25, '26, LAWRENCE CLASS "Larey" Orchestra, Band '23, '24, '25, Pour year letter man, Football. Ed- wardsville, Illinois. MARGARET L. l X l ' 5 Qs ' R HORAK 5 U McKinley junior High ' F '23, Pioya '25, '26. J R , . I , A X, - 1 4 Sn MAXINE HOUSER A .uaxialay Junior High ' . j 5 '23, Hi-Y-Etta '23, '24, i A Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26. , A Eroclelphian '26. Girls' 1' U Booster Club. .AXXX I' ,lex ,l 4 ' aw JOHN KooNs K , S, AGNES HRADECKY Q ' 5 ' 1 .a 1, jg "Se11gt1" i' I iiii i " Van Buren junior High "" - , I V " '23, Patricians, j viii.--a-'ia X ..,..,. ,...., .,a-. , .. ,,.,....,,,,.,. ,. .,,, ., i mp, W1 W ,110 WW fu. ,,,,,l,,, WHWU7 7W,,,l ,..., 7 ,WM .7 ,.,...,,.... Mig inet ,,,, ,,,. , ..,,....,... ,,,,.,. ,,.. .,,...,., ,.., 2 'Ili we jr! ff .Ln-' g'E'--- - X1 - - .1 i- -,.....'- , K'-,4'fx: - : ,............ n ,E A : fr:-.fgip - g ra gen" JENNIE HRBEK Van Buren junior High '23 RUTH HRUSKA lcRu,gus:n McKinley junior High '23, Nu Sigma Kappa. President '26. Sigma Pi Alpha '26, Patricians, Pro-Council '26. ERN EST KOSEK l- "Red" Roosevelt junior High. Football 25, '26. Track '25, '26. Alpha Rho '25. '26. Assistant Custodian. Hi-Y '25, '26, T. A. C. HENRY KRAHLING "Heinie" jggack '25, '26. Football STEWART MALON EY MAX KORNITZKY llMuxal! McKinley junior High '23, Nu Sigma Kappa, Vice-President. Orches- tra '24, '25, '26, Concert rneister '26. Band, '26. Kansas City '25, Na- tional Orchestra at De- troit '26. FLORENCE INDRA Polk junior High '21 Gamma Alpha Alpha '25, ANNIE jACK Polk junior High. Al- pha Beta Chi, Secretary '26, Girls' Booster Club. ALMA ANNE jAN KO Yan Buren junior High '23. Erodelphian '25, '26, B. G. A. '25, '26, Presi- dent '25, Hi-Y-Ette '24. Girls' Advisory Council '24. Sophrosyne '25, '26, President '25. OLGA j EBOUSE K ffstewv "Bobbie" B. G. A. '24, '25, '26, Vice-President '26. ...... ............'7Z,,,0i.7,WMx.....,....., ZlW!..?.7l,l?W....Z.lWW..V .,.. ......... ....., "'-"' ..., . ..............,. -.,A,.2iZM,1Z1A.Z1M ....,,.... ..,. Z .,,. A,.,Wll!A,,,M..A,d11111n ,.,,....,..,,..,,,....., .... if ,,,,.:,::s::m:aei:'121a:r-12121n '?:.:i?:f :.n':.m'::.1'.':,"Qi2' ' :S 5 s rr' f e- i .....l......-..A' ,, ....., 1 2-......,........-.J :X R Q, N -i 3 ,, Q rl --......-- K 'Q - - if R31 x 4QYY'?'a r .- - ., , - -as ,--. ,, ,- - 3:- 5 'if ' J f F a f LYMAN A, MCINTYRE "Mack" McKinley junior High '23, Academian '24, Kappa Phi Tau '25, Treasurer '26, Hi-Y '24, '25, '26, LAURA MAY KAMPMEI ER "Ka nz1Jy" Polk junior High '23, Sophrosyne '26, Sigma Pi Alpha, Vice-President '26, Orchestra '24, '25. '26, Band '26, Pulse '25, 'FLORENCE L. KASPER "Flecey" McKinley junior High '23, Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26, Nu Sigma Kappa '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club, PAUL MICHAEL "Mike" Van Buren junior High, Zetagathian '23, '24, Pulse Reporter '24, Boys' Glee Club '23, '24, FLORENCE KETTLER "Flo5sie" Roosevelt junior High '23, Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26, Sigma Pi Alpha '25, Girls' Booster Club 9, ,4 if 3 CECELIA jOHNSON "Sicily" "Cece" Roosevelt junior High '24, Alpha Beta Chi '25, '26, Treasurer '26, Hi- Y-Ette. PHILIP MQKIM "Flip" Marion High '23, '24, Track '23, Football '24, Track '24, '26, Cross County '24, Captain '25, Zetagathian '25, '26, Treasurer '25, '26, MARTHA R, KASPER "Mart" jackson junior High '22, '23, Girls' Booster Club '25, '26, BON ITA KE ES "Bonnie" McKinley junior High '23, Girls' Booster Club, Orchestra '25, Nu Sig- ma Kappa '26, Sigma Pi Alpha, Treasurer '25, Hi-Y-Ette, Cabinet '26, Erodelphian '26, RALPH S, MOORE "Di1zty" Cylinder High '22, '23, 1 Lawazl aff, ' l' i A - L, ,Ll lgylhy, ,,.. .f--., I 32:12-,i::,7l.., ...... ..,..,,.,...,, Vlwf.. ll ...... ,,,,....,,.,,,. , W ll 7.7, ,,ll..,U ...,., .W l,,, T51 .,,, ,,,, . .,...,..,,,,., A ZIPMJMAZM ,,..,,..., .,., Z ..,, Z ,,Zf1!Z,,WiZ.Zff111i,...,. ,,f ',1.f,-, --,.. ,,l1 ,.l ., ,i4Z4fi.,,.l ' .vcfizaim fi: f V' 4555-.. .1 'W' .W n"":::" a .3 ' 'ii "in-.,? "j ' X-M :A--:N -A ffT','-'---f......"" " """' iw -x ,W ' , 2 X fl - B :H if ' KATHERINE KEYES Madison junior High '2l. RUSSEL MOZENEY "Big Boy" McKinley junior High '23 DOROTHY ANN KINSINGER ..RuSty,, ,.D0t,. Mount Pleasant junior High. McKinley junior High '23, Hi-Y-Ette, Or- chestra '24, '25, '26, State Champions '24, '25, Mid- West Contest '25, Girls' Booster Club. MARjORI E KLERSEY "Margie" Erodelphian '25, '26, Treasurer '26, Hi-Y- Ette. Orchestra '24, '25, '22, Band '23, '24, '25, '? 4. . EDWARD S. MURRAY .,Ed,. Alpha Rho. Hi-Y, Sec- retary '26. Boys' Glee Club '24, '25, '26, Phi Sigma Psi. Pulse Staff '25, Track '24, Tennis ,gsm if-s. ' 'A . Q, -'.Is:gfgi2?, .?'Z5 5 T. I gf: gl - C . l 'wif 'Jia J ef ' . it ' , P 1 If W -' 'Z .2-', ' If , -W 1- 'QU 1 .-I ff 364 vi: 'f' ., 124 .1 gulf'-af" AFR, , 5 ikff ig . ,Writ eff ff? "g ilt-'31 f 'I .4551 6- vw , . f,g:5z.,t ,h!iy.x,l5fj?jgi a . gn A cv, Tw f If il f'.f"' 4"Na5'Qs ' . L5 I f.f+r',:"' ij , U f , if 35" n A ' ' 'iw' 1' N I, Lk' dz., 'Q xx Q ai IE, as ,9 I? 9 ' ' - -a ', T 23' '. 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W- --A-'---'- Q-'-W--- ' it ---- g Kei QI A Q I - I-x n r g g- , S 'F -at-X .I i , , , , , ,,,,, J , ' ,, ., , " H DONALD G. N E I LL "Don" Van Buren junior High '23, Orchestra '24, Band '24 ALICE Louisa KREBS "Az" "Rusty" Roosevelt junior High '23, Alpha Sigma Alpha. Erodelphian. ROSABELLE KRINITZNI K "Betty" Van Buren junior High '24, Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26. Sigma Pi.AIpha '25, '26 B. G. A. Nu Sigma Kappa '26, Girls' Boost- er Club, KENNETH GLEN- WOOD OXLEY gcliinley junior High -fx vs F' 2- fp?-Y" ei' a , V' .qu ,- 'fe ' . ,f ,, ff K- 1: f f , f 2 ' I r. , ,4 '-.-, M I, 1 Ii., W 1 , we 133' I I 1 ,,,... ., !. J L., xx Q ss. HAZEI.. M. KRAUSE Hi-Y-Ette, M ELVIN G. O'CONN ELL "Peewee" Roosevelt junior High '23, Yell Leader '24, '25, Phi Sigma Psi '24, '25, Society Plays '25, ALICE IRENE KRUEGER Van Buren junior High '23, B. G. A. '25, '26, Secretary, KATH ERI NE KULA "Kate" Polk junior High '2I. I-ioya, Secretary '24, 25. STUART M. PATTERSON LOUISE FRANCES ' ' Mcliinley junior High . . - ,A i I '23, Acaclemian, Secre- KVACH e 94 - '2-I. Accie-A, S. A. . , g V ,Q ' e ate '2-I. Hi-Y '24, lEQ0SefflfGJLX'1OF25 HIE? , I., ' . gr '25, '26, Boys' Glee Club. Si 'ma Pi Al h'a .25 26' q V If , Secretary '24, '25, Presi- g P ' ' ' 'X ' dent '25, Zetagathian, ,I - i Secretary '24, '25, Presi- f ' . I dent '25, V .- ,,.', ' . .... W,.W,.,,,,WH.,..- ...,............... ......,.,... , .... .,WW..7.,..., ...... Whip., ff ur- I ' I L: .... . ................... ,Z.7i,M,1Zm,Zm ...,.,..,., ..,. Z ,,2lf!A,.M..A.A1f1f1o ......,.............. ,-' "S IJ'-7-'ifv:I I ' I ...... ......... .ff - le,.ss,x. 4 Mg." 5 A .. EMII.. A. PESHEK . fi D 'K ARLEEN LATTA Special Student '23, '26. ii 7 5 Marion High '23, Hi-y- , 'g ' Erre '24, Nu Sigma ii VILETTA LYMAN " Val" Lincoln CNeb.D High '23, Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26. B. G. A. '26. Girls' Booster Club '24, '25, '26. LEWIS PETRAK "Kidd" Van Buren junior High '23. Band '24, '25, '26. Orchestra '25, '26. ROBERT LEO POHL I X t " ' 1 3 EXC' . I. i 'I AX ,J I I- ':' I I r I In Y Q-A' It Targa, . I L . I .-" ' 'NZ I? 37, 6 A I M T X, Kappa '26. Erodelphian '26. KATHRYN ELIZA- B ETH IVIANATT Belle Plaine High '23. Hi-Y-Ette, President '26. Girls' Advisory Council, Nice-President '25. So- phrosyne, Vice-President '26. Annual Board, Edi- tor-in-Chief '26. Ero- delphian, Vice-President '25, Sigma Pi Alpha. Treasurer '25. Girls' Booster Club. LAVERA MAE MCFARL EN "Vera" Waterloo West High '21, Girls' Booster Club. B. G. A. '25, '26. SHIRLEY MEEIQER ,.B0b,. I, 1 Lnargaciigatez Eoncleption . I2g,OSemR.-gggiofl lg ' e aga lan' , Cecilian '25, '26. Ero- 5 ' "1 A delphian '25, '26. is f...g""'.r- f , 'ii' LV l ALVIN PRUCHA Q IRENE MENARY ,.AZ,, Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25. Ero- delphian '25, '26. Cecil- Van Buren junior High " WIS 24, 37'-, 26- Seffe' 'ZA tary 25. Ixansas City , Mid-West Contest '25. A- An, hd' ,' I . 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R L MELBA MENTZER ' I A Roosevelt junior High Q f 4,9 ,, ROBERT "' '23, Cecilians '24, '25, " Q , QS SADILEK '26, President '25, Pulse t H U Reporter '26, Erodelph- . . B05 ian '25, '26, Pulse Re- A 45 porter '25, President '26, , f V Girls' Booster Club. ,x , lf' ' State Contest '25, Na- ' l',N, X tional Champions '25, A " A "The Story of Christ- ' -' mas." Society Minstrels b - fl , 1 51:13, 1: A V . D if ,gi . ' ' RUBY s. MERRIAM ,aff . MARGARET ,A- .3 Polk junior High '23, 5 5 l'll-Y-EUS '22, Van Buren junior High ., , j"f" V.-' '23, B. G. A. '24, '25, '26. .-f - J ' Nu Sigma Kappa '26. ".'- 0 . ., .---XX , Af- . CHRISTINA MlLLER JOHN ESCHIVUNKEY Oakville High '23, lli- Polk junior High '23, ' T Polk Amateur Radio Club, Treasurer '23, Y-Ette '24, '25, Sigma Pi Alpha '26. fTx' SIDNEY SHERRIS THELMA EVAN- .fsidu GELINE Mitten McKinley junior High, P53 Davenport High. Pulse Staff '26. Hi-Y. Kappa Phi Tau. Kappa Phi Tau Debating Team '26. Sigma phi Alpha 'lg' 126 Roosevelt junior High '23, '24, B, G, A, '25, 26. Gamma Alpha Alpha '25, ,..... ,,...,,7 .... I .,,,.. ............,.. 2,7 ,.,,U..7,, ...... ........... , ,,,, H, ,, ,,,,,.7..W..,,, ..,.. 7 .,,,, I, ..,.-- ......... ...., L i7'7"l iQ!":"' W 07 7 12707 ii f W l rlilhil ' ..,. .... .. ..........,....,.... AUZZMJ ..,,.,,,,. ,,.,, Z ,Q .,,.. mnmlfM,.M2Q,mllllh ,,,,,,,,,..,..,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,. l U 1 -rw-- . -. .- - ,,,- V-W v -Y: , . . ,L W W .1 sv ef Q -i T ,I . .r 'E Egg: . I of 2 Af! ,-,,,. g fi - - x HAROLD M. SMITH "Smitty" Nlcliinley junior High '23, Orchestra '24, '25, '26, Band '25, '26, Zeta- gathian, Sscretary '26, Nu Sigma Kappa, Secre- tary '25, '26, Golf Cham- pionship l'2-l, '25, "C" 24. H1-I . WALLACE FRANK- LIN SMITH 'fwaziey' Zetagathian, Se c retary '26, Hi-Y. Nu Sigma Kappa. Band '23, 'Z-I. '25, Zet. Orchestra. jack- son junior High '22. M I LDR ED C, MORGAN Cecilians. DEAN W. STALFFACH ER Roosevelt junior High. Zetagathian, Hi-Y. An- nual Board. MARIE THELMA MULVIHILL "Mary" "Happy" McKinley junior High '23, Hi-Y-Ette '24, B. G. A. '26, Sigma Pi Al- pha '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club. I' ,. .,. - ff 'ffl all-5:11 JSM -'TV lj, , h nf., H 'j 5,11 , n 'M.l.,,,,.gplfi. ..... ...........,......,.....Z.7iiiM,lm4.WM .......,.. ,... Z .... Z1,hlM,..M..Z..A111111..,.... .. ,........... 1Zil.ik.415...i ! ..............,Wy,,,WW,y.Q.7,Z.., -,,7W,7W..7.7,,,7,7 .,... VERDA jANE MILLER McKinley junior High. Erodelphian, Sigma P1 Alpha, Hi-Y-Ette. Girls' Booster Club. MAMIE W. MORDEN McKinley junior High, I-li-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26, Cabinet '25, Basketball Captain '24, Gamma Al- pha Alpha '25, HELEN V. MORSE Roosevelt junior High '23. Fioya '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club, XIILDRED A, ML'LL McKinley junior High '23, Girls' Advisory Council, President '26. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26, Secretary '26, Hi-Y-Ette '2-l, '25, '26, Alpha Beta Chi '26, Erodelphian '26, Pzitricians '25. Girls' Booster Club, DONALD STEVENSON UDUHN Roosevelt junior High '23. Cross Country '25, Zetagathian '25. '26, Nu Sigma Kappa '26. -- V ----- ---- -.-,.f'.,::f'--ww 1' ,"a, " .' -::. r ., g.:--'-'----M --A" -"- . V V ' """"" YW V V WQNN ' 5 fifrg:2g,1fff3:"i3g' i ,.,. . ff 5' if 'IT 5 : --1: e.......-- E ,E .g .x-..-:ig , , -11, ff? ---' , 5 - -cg .af . + E 5-TEN fsx rn.-. ' s ,. ' z '?"5' M i ,K23.,f .. lg '17 ' 1: fr-"v,,,r 2 1 FRANCES ELIZA- B ETH N EAL "Betty" McKinley junior High '24, Nu Sigma Kappa. Patricians. Hi-Y-Ette. So- phrosyne. RICHARD SVOBODA "Dick" jackson junior High '22, ,lggcKinley junior High LlLLlAN NOVAK "Lil" Van Buren junior High '23, Erodelphian '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club '25, '26, Nu Sigma Kappa. Cecilians '24, '25, '26, Treasurer '25, Secretary '26, "The Story of Christmas" '25, Mixed Chorus, State Champion- ship.. Girls' Glee Club, National Championship '25. State Contest, Girls' Glee Club '26, ALBERT TAM BLYN HAZ!! De Nlolay '23, '24, '25, '26, ff ' RY 1 4. JAM - ...N "' 'Gb f. 5 112.5 X 9 41 I .-4ff2.- V , V -. ff, 3' 4 - 147 " - fate' .-' ' ,3Z?5fi:4ffff'i' A .. 4 - .,.-,Wei 4- ,f ff .414-V.-44 'ft' V. my ,L-,.,,.. .,..4.,av ,A Y., I, , 1- ff - vt-...mv t.4f,f1 .w.,-1,-1. - .. 1 'ff-, ff -Wd, .f ,if-mv if f 415170 1 f' ' ff' ' O 'riff 4 4 5 AI , I f TN' I .- 1 . N dk -In ,f ,, fig, xl R ,f irc . .,f""""5: , ,w V I. C Q . xxll 5, ' ' , T , . . " 'l.. -Md, . ' .- V f . . 51 .U ,-. ROBERT STRAIT ..B0b,, Rockford C lowaj High '2l. Ledora Clowal High '2l. GLADYS NEM EC McKinley junior High '23, Erodfelphians '25, '26, Sigma Pi Alpha. Sophrosyne, President '26, Hi-Y-Ette '23, '24, Girls' Booster Club, GLADYS OTTERB EIN "jimmy" Roosevelt junior High '23, Nu Sigma Kappa '25, '26, Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26, MILDRED ALYCE OWEN "Milly" McKinley junior High. Ero, '25, '26, Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26, Sigma Pi Alpha '26, Orchestra '24, '25, '26, State Cham- pions '24, '25, '26, Na- tional High School Or- chestra '26. Girls' Boost- er Club 24, '25, '26 FRED ANDREW TANGEMAN , rx W Academian, Vice-Pres. 'Q A Pres, Accie-A, S. A. De- . iff - -..' 9 Q bate. Alpha Rho, Con- Rose PAIDER q ze T , Q , ? sul '25, '26, Hi-Y,Tfeas. , , . K' 3 ' - ,I '24, Pres. '25, '26, T. A. yan Buren- junior High H T tj' I C., Treasl '24, P,-es. 23' Pamclans- 1, -,.,. I , L Captain of Captains '25. E , IQNA , '26, Basketball Captain g s if ' 1' 1226.2 Foggbalipgs. 5 - ,,'t , lac ' 5, ' - 74 Se 1 ' letic Farce '25. ....... ...... ,... ,....,,.... ...., . ....,. ..... ,..,.. . , .. .. . f ,TM4 ftt an 'W WWW ' ""'fff7'7"W'1ffft"f ""' v "wwf 'VM W .,,, ,.., ...,.,....,.,.., 2 ,.,,.,.,,. ,,,,,,.,,,, ,,,,,,,,, W V W - .:ss::j..":q...,-- 1 'ttgfr-ji-Q.:'."..' .':i.:h1:..: 4.2, ,dd rr: ' - H 2 ,ff-42.-- -' -i it ,,., ,, , " C 2 3 fr- gig . -rr.:-:nv -' -s..:s,.,, -..NM , 1,7 , 2, Y,,,,, ' -5' ' l...l-r , ,. -T-1151-12-X 3- 'Wa if-T? for 12? "-+- X gg A..-e-+,,Xf-..,v,,,,,45 2. Q, 5 :QT ..,-,.g-hr. v- , q.....-.- 9 , P 1- fi 3' , iff?" Tfffl' -gif. ,S :Iwi Q- x , --sr 3 T'?"""""? Tiit' ' ' A 1 A f A ' 5,9 ,.,, -lic- ' 9' Li' " V' 'J 3 F"-F Mgmt gm r V1 ALLAN L. TEEPLE McKinley junior High '23. Boys' Glee Club, MABEL POLLOCK McKinley junior High '23, Patricians'25. Sig- ma Pi Alpha '25, '26. Hi-Y-Ette '26. Girls' Booster Club '25, '26. WILMA j. POPELKA "Wil" "Poppy" McKinley junior High '23, Sigma Pi Alpha, Nu Sigma Kappa. Sophro- syne. Girls' B o o s t e r Club. .lOHN M. THOMPSON "jack" Polk junior High '22, Letagathian. Pulse Stall '25, '26. HELEN LOUISE RANDA "Ronda" McKinley junior High 'Z3. Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25. '26, B. G. A. '25, '26. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club. MAX l N E PETERSON "Mac" "Max" Alpha Beta Chi '26, Sig- ma Pi Alpha '25, '26. Hi- Y-Ette. Orchestra '24, '25, '26, Mid-West Mu- sic Contest. Girls' Boost- er Club. ROY D, T HOMAS "Tommy" Ma rshalltown High. Al- pha Rho, Hi-Y. LIBBIE FRANCES Pmovskv "Bill" Polk junior High '23, B, G. .-X, '24, '25, '26, Pulse Reporter '26, MARGARET ELIZA- B ETH PRATT Benjamin Franklin jun- ior High '24. Cecilfans '25, '26, President '26, Mixed Glee Club '25, '26. Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26 Girls' Booster Club '25. '26, Sigma Pi Alpha '26, Alpha Beta Chi, Pulsv Reporter '26, "The Maker of Dreams." MERRITT jAY THOMPSON "Tommy" McKinley junior High. Boys' Glee Club '25, '26, '7 .... ......., ..,.,....,.WW,W.W,7.7,L7 .... W,WlW,.7.7lw7..7 .,.,. .......,.,. - ,,..., -...-.u7..,i,'.2'W,Z, ..,, l ...f Iii., .' 'if' f5'k,"i" ' ' I '1' i'f'f'l,'ff". I -... f1iiFYfll'E.f... .......,.... Z.1giiM,1Am,hM ,,.,....,.. ..,. Z .,.. Z,,Z1fM,,,M,.Z.Z1f111h ,,.....,. ..,.,,,,.,. 4 .,.,. 1 'fiilffigiffifqg ee - ee f t . I so A T? ' E' . Ia '2,. s. ELLWOOD TISHER ff .. , CATHERINE REID "Bud" 'iTislJ" T AZZ' "Cam" N. -K4 I -or Hi hi , - Mary lnstitute, St. Louis, K'zippl:i1'i9ll1i"lli2iI '25, '26 lf' A' 1 Missouri, '23, 124. Alpha Tiger Athletic Council 'E "' f f I glgma gLPh3,2-22 'EPTQ '25, '26. Football '24, '25. 'L , l ETH 1 - lf 5 ,,. ff Booster Club '25. Ath- ' ? V 1' letic Farce '25. ,i,, , MARGARET REID I UBBIE E RERICHA "M ' " 1. - 'ug 5 'i ' w K' I ' H' h jackson junior High. Hi- , ,fy fi ' 'aff fwm- . lic' 'm ey'?"ul1'i0r IgG' .. , , . , ,, . u- , Cecilians ..5, -6. B. . r-Ette 25, 26. Girls J.. ..'r 1 fl A '25 '26 Booster Club '25. 'E 5, ' 1? ' ' ' ' "' 1. 1, 1'fj'f. ' . ' ' l' " .. ' .I JOHN VAN DYRE A - 51' 'if "BeIz1Iie" Ulugh., KZ, 9 U . Q . . ' , Ni K' l ' ' H' h 'Mm' A I . 1- - ' , . if, 5 ,V Fioya, Secretary '25, 5 h F7 - Q K Q President '26. , '57 X' IVIAN Nl. SCHULTZ NVD Roosevelt junior High '23. Nu Sigma Kappa 26. Hi-Y-Ette. Sophro- syne '25, '26, Erodelph- ian '26. Annual Board '26. LEORA G. SCHWARZENTRUBER "Bobby" McKinley junior High. Alpha Beta Chi '24, '25, '26, Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26. 1:::.f"'., ,gif !1.,...7 ,, ..,7.1,...gf...f:--I 1.,...,,........,.........., 11! .J 117- 'f.'1f-:-111 lallml.. f KJ 1' .. .3 . A ,ZA . 3'-,: A muff. I fr 2 J. . gin, 54.5. s A g.-154.1-A W """""" I 71177 'l10"7"117-17 ""' 1 1711 '-1 '-'--- LEOLA SCHAF ER "Schafer" McKinley junior High '23. Aeolian Glee Club. Hi-Y-Ette '2-l. '25, '26. B. G. A. '25, '26. Nu Sigma Kappa '26, Ero- delphian '26, Sophrosyne. Pulse Reporter '26. Girls' Booster Club. HARRY VAN KUREN ..Van,. Polk junior High '22, Kentucky Military Insti- tute. Lyndon, Ky.. '23, '2-I. f.,,"'5W:qgq 4.5-I-.3-f::5::l lf"-i 4 fff f f f1f ... .Z.giM,A1I.W1M ......,,,.. .... Z 1.Q11MMiZ.Z11111 .,.,,............,,,,.,,.. .,,,. -3'-2 ef'-" T f1"':i--if W . T -er: " fg!-f-gf5f1- .rf lqil F' F -2 1-2 ,F -1 ,I---------' ' ' frvffzxi 1 " l..........." ' . n Q! Q . Trix are . . Wag- -:eqf Y- CLARA SHANKLAND jennings Seminary, Au- rora, lllinois '23, '24, Erodelphian. Hi-Y-Ette '25, IONE SHARPE njackn McKinley junior High '23. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26, Sergeant-at-Arms '25. ATANACIO S. VILORIA McKinley junior High '22 Zetagathian '25, '26, SARA SLUTSKY Grundy Center High '22. Roosevelt junior High '23. B. G. A. '25, '26. Reporter of B. G. A. Paper '25, '26. LESTER WIESE f LEON ROB ERTV VESELY McKinley junior High '22, Zetagathian. Track '25, '26. Tigers Athletic Council. ALMA SIMANEK "SlJim1ny" Van Buren junior High ,,3 4. . ALICE M. SIMITZ Polk junior High '23. B. G. A. '25, '26, AJCIA ,IANET SMITH McKinley junior High '24, Alpha Sigma Alpha '24, '25, Girls' Advisory Council '25, '26. Hi-Y- Ette '24, Cabinet '25, '26. Girls' Booster Club '2-l, '25, '26. Patricians '25, '26, Aedile '25. Ero- delphian '25, '26. ESTH ER M. SON KA "Essay" McKinley junior High '23, Cecilians '26. Ero- "lack" delphian. , . , , O h t '.. , '.. . 1 - keystone Hlgh 23- 24- V',e:steChl'1test '25. "Story of Christmas." S t a t e Contest '26. Girls' Boost- er Club. Mixed Chorus. W' ..,f. 5-,,. ........................ .. ... ......,,,,..... ...... ,, ,. ..,.. ..,, ....., ., ., mn- ---- n--------W -,-.,.,,,,,.----.I--,'5fg.,,:.,fi.: ,if Jfllllq Wy fl 111167 VW yfllly y ylllyfy' 1 H ,,,,,,, ,.,, Q .j,,.,Z,,Z11lA,wizjllflln ...........,........,.,... . ...cg -- -- , llll i l .... WILLIAM PAUL "fs-'P' ISABEL M. A WHEUHAN ' -1+ r ' STAMBAUGH "Bzll" 9' Immaculate Conception I High '23, '24, Alpha Rho, Historian '25, War- den '26, Pulse Staff '25, '26 VELMA LILLIAN STANEK McKinley junior High '23, Ely High '24, Sig- ma Pi Alpha, Pulse Re- porter '26. Patricians. Censor '26, Sophrosyne. FAY E C. TAYLOR "Famous" h 9 0 . Manchester High '23, Soldan High, St, Louis, Missouri, '24, Straw- berry Point High '25, Sigma Pi Alpha '26, Hi- 'r'-Ette '26, Erodelphian '26, Girls' Booster Club '26, IRMA M. TEHEL Van Buren junior High. Sophrosyne '26, Girls' Booster Club. MARY IRMA TOWNSEND Toledo High '23, '24, Ce- cilians. K a n s a s City Mid-West Contest '25, Erodelphian, Alpha Beta Chi. Hi-Y-Ette. Monticello High. Sigma Pi Alpha. KATHRYN LOUISE TAIT "Kate" "K, T." McKinley junior High '23 Alpha Beta Chi '25, '26, President '26. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26, Ser- geant-at-Arms '25, Ero- delphian '26, Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26, Girls' Advisory Council '26. Booster Club. NORMAN WILLIAM WH ELPLEY Alpha Rho, Consul '26, Academian. Hi-Y. Tiger Athletic Council. Foot- ball '2-I, '25, LUCILLE THOMAN Polk junior High '23, Hi-Y-Ette '23, '2-I. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26, Ero- delphian '25, '26, Girls' Booster Club. MARION URBAN Roosevelt junior High '23, Girls' Advisory Council '25, Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25, '26, Nu Sigma Kappa '26, Girls' Boost- er Club '24, '25, '26, :.- l :Q my Eqlwg, 1 XIIW WW "'f 11111167 7.lW..yW,W.,7,,..,,l .W ,We ..... ,,,. . ..,..,............., A ....... .... 4 ............ .., - ,.,... . . .... a 2 - . -W-.....,,..-....-, ,, Tn? in ,,,, . ' " A . A I, Lkiigx r -..... ,..-..-..,.... il? Ti T ". 9 'nf ,Lf f Q. 4 . ..Q5i5 , 'x.:.9,:F,-gag, LIBBIE URIDIL "Betty" Van Buren junior High '23. B. G. A. '25, '26, Secretary '26. CARL R. WH ITE "Dick" Van Buren junior High 'Z3. Orchestra '24, ELLEN WARREN El Reno, Oklahoma, 'Z3. Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26. Sig- ma Pi Alpha. Pulse Re- porter '26. Alpha Beta Chi, Treasurer '26. Girls' Advisory Council '26. MARIE ELIZABETH WEAVER Van Buren junior High '24, Patricians 'Z5. B. G. A. '25, '26. Hi-Y- Ette '25, '26. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26. Girls' Booster Club. Sophro- syne '25, '26. GLADYS M. WELLS Mason City High 'Zl, '22. Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26. . , ,f.' 1 . --,L ,. ev 4 f l. .,,,. -,s V ..., 1 ,.' 1, -sf. : M - .,, 3 r 514 -' A ' j ! .3 z' mf Q I 531+ se, L- 1 1 ex i' ' I 5 ,V a- HELEN VANOUS Van Buren junior High '24, Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26. Sigma Pi Alpha '25, '26. B. G. A. '25, '26. Girls' Booster Club. MARGARET VAN DYKE "Peggy Dyke" Muskegon CMich.D High '22. McKinIev junior High '23. Hi-Y-Ette '24. '25, Pulse Sta1T'26. Ero- aelphian, Vice-President '26. Booster Club '26. JANETTE WARRINER McKinley junior High, Alpha Sigma Alpha '23. '24, Treasurer '24. Ero- delphian '25, '26. Pulse Reporter '26. Patricians '25, 26, Scriba '25, Hi- Y-Ette '24, '25, '26. Girls' Booster Club. RICHARD WI ENEKE "Dick" Roosevelt junior High '23. Nu Sigma Kappa '25, '26. MARGARET WERKMAN "Margie" McKinley junior High 'Z3. Sigma Pi Alpha. Hi- Y-Ette. PPQ 'I' lv .,, 3?f.,,..,........,.,.,...-...W . ,w..7W-..- im.-- ...,.. , ,WW ,7W...W,,W.,7 .... 7 .W ,WV ..--.-..2-.....,-,:.,?'?? ...., i.l........................Zi5i1'ZnlMLgMl,,. ...., .... Z .M...,,Z,.Z0llA,.WiZ.Zum ...,....,.,.,.,........... 'V 31 'J' . Le .... T 'C 11. 53' 3'5 " -"' ifgif.,,i"Ei"3 1-'i - ---.... , ' - Q. ' W' ' T? ig LORENE WHALEY McKinley junior High '25. Keokuk High '24. Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26. Sig- ma Pi Alpha '25, '26. Sophrosyne '26. FERNE E. WINGERT McKinley junior High '23. Hi-Y-Ette. GERTRUDE M. WYMER "Gretna Mae" McKinley junior High. Erodelphian. Hi-Y-Ette. M. IRENE Zl MMERMAN Roosevelt junior High. North English High. BERNICE ZVACEK Roosevelt junior High '23. Cecilians '25, '26, Pulse Reporter '25, Vice- President '26, Mid-West Music Contest '25, State Champions '26. Mixed Chorus '25. "Story of Christmas" '25. Booster Club. Erodelphian. nf 5 f tv. A, Q 2,1 J r ,. . - , ' f 51,5-frm 2 A N-M' ' ' ff-. 5 'ff' 1, ' 7 If ' ge X N. 4 ' C I 1 V Q.. Q l X .5 . X ,yy I ,f 'i , ' , -'vu as 'pa i as - tx , .i -Q , i li' if A . :-, ' If 'II .- 1-ezr. 4 1 'Y S' ... , . 1.5. 1---x 'lsftfm - V Qv. f S ' 4' ' 1 . T Q " 5 1 I ,i ,f .F ahyifiwtn .1 4 .sei-15 1 isrig, --2 1. - sz .f -T . 1- .2 ,. '. in he , - ..-P tg- '- it ., . X X -V ve t ,. .. .,.. ,.,, , It-' . .V I. I . .X 1, ,. Kit . X . ,fl .f',-i 'zeilf 5 if . 3 . 4 ,. X 1 , i f ,X Y Xe .X , X .., , tsp. . -ta, ,sd X -R ' eg 5 5.2.-e . .ezm-M 'Six is .5 sa ' , Q vi it-' ' f ' ' ' TSS? 'iifiili 4 'f Lif- EUNICE WIES McKinley junior High. Alpha Sigma Alpha '24, '25. Erodelphian '26. Girls' Booster Club. Hi- Y-Ette. MlLDRED WISE "Milly" McKinley junior High. Hi-Y-Ette '25, '26. Sig- ma Pi Alpha '25. Band '24, Erodelphian '26, KERMIT EDDY YERKES Madison junior High '23. Hi-Y. Boys' Glee Club '24, '25, '26. State Cham- pions '24, Mid-West Contest '25, Mixed Chorus 'Z-l, '25, Pulse Staff, Music Editor '25. Society Minstrels '2-1. H EN Rl ETTA RUTH ZEZULA "Henry" Polk junior High '23. Hi-Y-Ette '24, '25. Sig- ma Pi Alpha. Patri- cians, Aedile '26. LEAH ROSENBERG Vinton High '23, '24, '25. 'F' . ..,, . .... i .... .W:Z...gW..,... .,.,. ......W7,,W.W ,y.W..W,,W-.., WW, .-,- M :f7....,N? ,,,. . ..,,. ,.,.... ,,..l ,,,.,,,,.,.,,, LL QI lat e, , L, A Qilffllg , 5 A i so 4 fe L,,. , A so ,, 1: . i .,.g,,, - .Q N V V H P'f,'f Jf: ,.,,f I' , I' , V : WILLIAM L. HAROLD SCHODDE MURFREE jackson junior High 22. ,,BiZl,, Academian, Hi-Y. Al- Polk Junior High. DONOVAN GILMORE ff D Onn Olin Junior High '2I. JOHN ANDERSON ELIZABETH COLE ARNEY DASHER FERN LEWIS JAMES LOWE BRUCE MCCONKI E C. R. H. S. g3g,,,5QH i,.'.yr:e ,..4---.4-,:,.'r, pha Rho, Warden '25, MILDRED KREJCA "Millie" yan Buren Junior High ROBERT MCDAN EL DONALD MUMFORD JOHN PASHAKORNIS ELIZABETH SCHNEIDER QUENTIN WILSON A toast unto our crowded halls, A farewell to these time-worn And now that you are done And to the lockers too. walls, with us, A farewell to the old High And to the rooms so small. And we are done with you, School, A last fond look and then we Let's all join in one last fare- And to our friends so true. go well, Out of your midst for all. Goodbye, Old Hi, to you! """'s' "l' 't""'ff' I 1 1:-' 5' I-n l.i...... .... .............A1.71fllM,lWA,51M ......,.,. ..., Z .,., 5 1,5111 ff., A. Wllh ,,.... ..,,...,,., .. ' A X Q . A , P - fn..--,, .,,:- e xert . SF : THE CLASS GF 27 3, 'fa I I 1 E TT l J Anderson, Cornelia Bales, Mildred Bender, Katherine Boxa, Adelaide Brammer, Margaret Christle, Velma Clements, Katherine Cook, Hazel Coon, Ruth Dobrousky, Martha Ellis, Annabel Hadac, Agnes Alderman, Dwight Bailey, Thomas Brown, William Cohn, Edward Collins, Arthur Ellwood, Billy Gates, Robert '2f57,""'. ,,,. ., .. tc, ,f W-if rafifgif 1. 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MW!!!A,,,1f,.f..Hfl1lh ,.' H ' ' I ',, 1 X JT ,..,, ' -.,. , XS I X! TRADITIONS "As I was saying," explained Miss Thanner, "the affairs of a lifetime can easily be crowded into two or three seconds of subconscious lethargy. The human mind is so constituted that-" My weary head dropped forwards The dulcet voice of my instructress wan- dered on and on-and so, apparently, did I, for when I next grew conscious of my whereabouts I was back in the year 1885 standing before an old three-story building on the corner of Fifth street and Fourth avenue. Lpon inquiry, l found that the third floor of this building was called Washington High School, an insti- tution devoted to the instruction of eighty students. Miss Mary Robinson was its first principal, but to me she was a stranger. However, there was one well known-may I say well loved-face in the unfamiliar atmosphere. For there I beheld the renowned Miss E, -I. Fordyce instructing the fair lassies in the art of graceful wand waving, and at the same time, with characteristic versatility, train- ing boys to increase their manly brawn. I--laving thus done her duty to the physical well-being of the students, Emma donned her chemist's apron and lec- tured on the elements. The High School at that time, I was told, sponsored a military company, and the military company, to swell its exchequer, sponsored a play. Miss McClenna- han and Miss Fordyce wrote the libretto for "Mr, Babcock of Kankakee," which was duly produced. In this play "Mi: Babcock" falls heir to a large fortune and employs a band of private detectives to seize and drag from view a bevy of feminine "gold-diggers" who pursue him. The one flaw in the otherwise perfect production was said to be the unseemly hubbub produced by the detectives in dragging their captives down the tive steps off stage: the singular bumping noises produced thereby were considered not to be conducive to dramatic effect. Shortly after this theatrical success, Miss Fordyce received a letter from a Mr. Babcock residing in Kankakee who admitted that he bad just inherited a large fortune, but he refuted with considerable asperity the assertion that he was employing a band of detectives to protect him from importunate females. nn- "R . . .. '51 X ..,.. ,.l:,,:Z....,i??Q'..,....., .,...... ..........t77,,WWW .... -I ,,,,........... ,WXG7 VllW..V.7!W.,7.,..7.,ll, - ...,....,.. .....,,,.,..,. 1 ..... .... .,.. ... ......, ....,duiiililmifaik.........Wf.gZ....,Z,A .... Z i,ZllA,,WiZ.Q111f1n ,,.,,.,.,.., ,.,...... ..... ' ' . W: W V rag: af' F V Y 4" ' ,Y L -fp - W-'11-T, C. F Bw FQ- an u:v,.-ee Q 723 .a 2 "T '?i'41'm:':5 L - Ha' . 0 .E Q . .-.NSF -:gx1:s" Soon after this, inter-class football was introduced. The teams knew neither the luxury of substitutes nor of padded suits. Their preparation for a game was simplicity itself. They merely arrayed themselves in their most decrepit haber- dashery and, commandeering the greensward adjacent to the First Methodist church-kicked off. Upon one occasion when a game was in progress, the city's mayor passed by just in time to have his stiff derby forcibly removed from his head by a careening pigskin. After recovering his damaged headgear the irate official threatened to put an end to the game, but was finally mollihed. lt was in these exciting times that Miss Fordyce came early one morning to prepare for the day's work in the chemistry laboratory. lmagine her horror upon discovering the lifeless body of a man sprawled across the floor. ln his hand was a bottle marked CARBOLIC ACID IN ALCOHOL Miss Fordyce read the hrst two words and a horrible chill gripped her hert. Wildly she turned as a couple of students entered the room. "Boys, boys," she cried, Hsee what you've doneg you've killed a man by wrongly labeling this bottle!" White with apprehension, one of the boys knelt beside the prostrate Hgure of the strange man. He sniffed a little, thought a little, then rose with a laugh. "He's only drunkf' he said. The label on the bottle was then more closely scruti- nized and the drunkard was escorted from the school, none the worse for the dilute-acid refreshment. 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'aj 5 ' - I ' 9 3 -fi api A ,ff f 6 'Il'A'f, f XX I I ' by f' N ll X I I MJ H .4 -I dll - ig-QJTT I LHHV 9-?',iI I' A I I . M.,.L.. K .. DREAM OF 1940 I I II First Bernice Zvacek leads the throng, Ellwood Tisher, a songster gay, With lashes silky, dark, and long, And a wondrous voice and features sweet This famous vamp the world does greet. III Elizabeth Epler now in dear old "Chi" Where she watches the rest of the world go by, An elevator girl at Edgewater Beach, They class her in with many a peach. IV Donald Neill, his mother's son, An English professor has now becomeg O'er Shakespeare and Milton he now holds sway, Teaching the students day by day. V VI Dorothy Fuelirls fate, we must explain, 'fTangy" now in a minister's gown Who went to Greenland on a special train. Leads in prayer in Frisco town. As a missionary in that icy clime, You bow your head in solemn grace She'lI talk to the natives for the rest of time. You're led indeed, but to what place VII In the famous vaudeville of Chicago town Weis and Krebs the house bring downg With W. Kirkpatrick director snappy, They manage to keep the whole world happy. Is, "Show lVIe the Way To Go Home. His only music, so they say, As he staggered into the land of Nome WN J! ' VIII IX A scientist great, we now will name, Mildred I-Ioadley, a "stenog" gay, Wallace Smith who won much fame, Brightens an office every dayg And lost his life in a gas balloon As "Bobby" now to all she is known- Trying to hnd what's in the moon. For her golden locks she'II never moan ..,. .,.,. .v , F'-H ! ,... I -7,."i7 '?.W:!w.7 .......,..,....,.,......, VWHWWW .... ,,,, ........... , ,,,,!lWZlW..V.WW.,7 .... .W ....... .. ........., ..........-Zn:?..W5E'7 ...., l ae.4cf.,,,., ,- I 4 ,,,, 1 !,,,, "V f fl 15 215, , f1-. N l'.-.1f-......,.... fjuulfllflmlifha .,..,.. .... Z ,Q ,... Z lzllhuwlkzlflm ,,.,r,,..,..,,,,,,,,, .,, ,V , rw. fra--" ""'s'2'f Lits.s"'r""'--L:'.x's-' me H------w -- f ---an f---Y' ---- ---- r - -K .. . 5 f. -:ff -........... "rat -2-3 , . , was , 1 S- -- . W " 'x 4,1 I ,w if ,rv if? Kermit Yerkes, our student sublime, Graduated from high school in the course of time, As a history "prof" his tongue holds sway, For he "subs" for Hickman many a day. Xl XII Margaret Dennis late in life we see, Harold Smith, the lady's man, Received a position quite unexpectedly, Here and there like a moving van, Of guiding girls in the path of right, With various girls he goes the rounds And spends her time in a settlements Showing the bright lights in New York site. town. XIII Next Frances Allen glides along, The skirts she wears are never long. With wondrous curls and deep blue eyes- Did she get those curls through henna dyes? XIV Isabel Bassett, with a hearty laugh. Calls out orders in the Bishop "Caf" With a smile on her face and a tray in her handg She'll serve you the very best she can. XV XVI Gibson and Cameron, two youthful hearts, Otto Dvorak, the child of his race, In high school life they played their parts. Left us now for a different place, ' Now as nurses, spick and span, As an ambulance driver in a Russian They'll show their skill on a wounded mine man. He hits it up to sixty-nine. XVII Dillman, the college movie fan, Strolls to a matinee whenever he can, "A queer little ache in my head"-his excuse, But reaching the Strand, it goes to the deuce. XVIII XIX A record shattered, a victory won, William Whelihan, in gay Paree, That's what Elizabeth Cole has done, Owns a drug shop "A la Me," In swimming entries on the western coast In Dame Fashions social whirls, Of world-wide fame, this maid can boast. It's the favorite haunt of pretty girls. 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Emaa Lee, Helen Lutz, Maxine 11-B Rogers, Everette Frink, Warren Glackin. Kenneth Halton, Charles Hawkins, Clifford Hensley, Louis Hunter, Ralph jackman. Cecil Kenny, Edward Langfitt, Horace Lea, Charles LeClere, Donnell Lyon, Wallace Morrison, Florence Mulvihill, Dorothy Neal, Dorothy Netolicky, Olive Newell, Noel Nissen, Mary Pavlovsky, Amelia Petrovitsky. Marjorie Plumb, Winifred Pnovsky, Emma Porter. Evelyn Randolph, Louise Reasby, Georgia Reed, Georgeanna Roberts, Elizabeth BOYS Mason, Alfred Mickel, Ernest Monson. Kenneth Moore, Wallace Murdock, Raymond Nelson, Alvin Palmer. john Patterson. Paul Pospishil. Elmer Powell, Thomas Redel, Arthur Reese. Milton Runrlall, Philip ....- W,-dl-.Z7 .--.. 1.2225-:?l..: ..... ...N ,,........ 7,,,0..W0 .... .. ,,,,.....,....., , ,WW 7.7wl..y.W,W.,7 .,,., VW ..,, .. ...,,.,..,,, ..,.,.,.., Ml ,.,,l ,Z ,,,, Z Schminky, Kathryn Rowray, Viva Severin, Arlene Smith. lx adine Sommerbeck, lrene Thomas, Mary Trumbull, Alberta Veley, Anna Walker, Alice L. Watterson. Louise Westenhaver, Bernice Wheeler. Dorothy Williams, Ruth Wilson. Eleanor Winkleman, Stella Wymer, Arlene Schindler, Fred Serna, Avelino Smythe. jack Sutherland. john Tamblyn, Herbert Turner. john Vavra, Edwin j. Voight, Donald Vonclracek, Godfrey Wamsley. Harry Worley, Talton Wright. Guy Zarub, Delwin A. :: .. .,..,'.,,,,:m...., ,.., .r 'yri I QI'-,:,':f,i.3.ifl If . 1 I 1 I4 f,l..'.g, 'V-P ..y,.1u,, ,':,1.,,'024v,,,, 'V '.1.:.:aa.fQ,'gg -Tn Y, " ""V :if if Y " FT -V' '-" T ' V Y --T T ,H V Q t , . 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Gladys Burkholder, Catherine Hammersmith, Lucile Carlson, Freida Chadima, Viola Chehak, Wilma Childs, Arlene Cowan, Mary Cressey, Roberta Davenport, Leontine Davis, Betty Davis, Lois DeFore, Isabel Derby, Edna Dvorak, Helen Dusek, Martha Easterly, Imogene Felix, Edwynne Franklin, Helen Adams, Henry Armstrong, Frederick Auld, Robert Auracher, Bob Bingham, David Bowman, john Boyer, T heron Boxa, Leo Buresh, Francis Burianek, Frank ' Burton, Charles Calder, jasper Cej ka, Elmer Ceppl, Rudolph Cherry, Robert Coie, Howard Cummins, Paul Dohvertv, Thom as Engle, Paul Hanson, Alice Harken, Pauline Hayner, Anne Hepler, Maxine Hibnis, Marguerite Hickok, Eliza Howard, Ruth flambor, jarmilla jorgienson, Florence Keller, Marion Kirk, Lois Leege, Bernice Letovsky, josephine Liskovsky, Vlasta Longueville, Kathryn Lorenc, Alma Miller, Elva Mitchell, Orva Moorcroft, Phyllis Morris, Ruth Mueller, Lorraine Mumford, Esther Newell, Faith Oxley, Dorothy Quass, Florence McFarland, Mary Alice Seelye, Lois Shaler, Mary Elizabeth Shannon, Ruth Slapnicka, Irma Smith, Bernice Spratt, Flonence Squires, Dorothy Stookey, Mary Stubbs, Mary Sturtz, Marian Taylor, Della Taylor, Lucille Taylor, Virginia Tellin, Thelma Thomas, Maxine Thompson, janette Ramsey, Mary Elizabeth Troyak, Evelyn Reed, Lulu Reid, Gertrude Riifley, Genevieve Robbie, Marguerite Robinson, Dorothy Robovsky, Leona 11-A BOYS Evans, Gaynor Evans, john Felter, Lumir Gantzer, George Giovannazi, Sam Greenberg, Maurice Holecek, Wesley Holets, Ronald Holtz, Roy Huston, Lee jacobson, Westin jones, Chester jordon, Milo Kane, Paul Kratze, Herbert Kruse, Harold Leibsohn, Udell McLeod, Kenneth Miller, Clair 1. Mitvalsky, Milo Netolicky, Antone Nicol, john O'Brien, Marvin Padzensky, Ben Polansky, Charles Prentiss, Edward Pyle, Arnold Rall, Everett Reid, john Rejsa, Ernest Robertson, Kenneth Rohde, Reimer Roselle, Henry Ross, Bruce Ross, Donald Schodde, Glenn Simpson, Ferris Ill -l FAX I ,lx if :N 131 740 1 K Q i WE Xi xl, Victorine, Laura Vondracek. Vlasta Vrba, Caroline Wetzel, Alice Whitamore, Marie Smyth, Harvey Soper, Harold Stodola, Lieo Stone, julian Suhr, Wilbur Thompson, Frederick Thompson. Karl Tlusty, jerome Toogood, Loren Tow, Henry Vail, james Vosmek. john Vyskocil, Henry Walser, Hall Weir, Morris Whelihan, William Williams. Chester Yerkes, Kermit Young, Kermit A i X -. riff., .t.,..-A H A ...-- xyzqe M .fl SOPHOMORE CLASS ,.,:,:.,r,1s-are--,,., -, 1.3.4,-,,,-G .,,. ,,,,-,.,,,... 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Helgerman, Otto Henning, William Hepner, Tom Hockaday, john Hoffman, Bob Hudson, Raleigh jackson, Arturo jackson, Tom james, Clarence janda, joe johnson, Gordon johnson, Millard Karkosh, Milo Kehne, Dade Killian, Gerald King, Rex Kinsinger, Richard Kuba, Milver 10-A Berry, Elinore Berry, Marjorie Bervid, Libbie Beeman, Winifred Bittner, Bonnie Brannaman, Adeline Bryner, Ruthann Burns, Wynema Kubias, Charles Ladage, Stanley Lansing, William Lantz, William Latta, Roy Leinbaugh, Ben Merrineld, Russell Millburn, Faye Miller, Ben Muhs, Richard Mundy, Lester Naso, 'l ony Ogden, Ben Panek, Wencil Plotz, Alfred Powell, jack Prickctt, Bertram Raker, William Reid, Harold Ross, Warren Schultz, james Siamis, Tom Mae GIRLS Cach, Mary Cach, Millie Campbell, Elaine Campbell, Mary Carlson, Dorothy Carlson, Esther Chamberlain, Frances Chandler, Virginia Piper, Zola Pitts, Dorothy Randolph, Louise Roth, Rosemary Rutfman, Shirley Schoen, Eugenie Seely, jane Sharpe, Hazel Siechert, Katherine Smith, Sylvia Storey, Gwen Stout, jean Veverka, Valentine Sickel, Edward Sikora, Otto Shaw, Keith Smith, Albert Smith, Forde Smith, Fred Snoulier, Robert Spacek, Richard Taylor, Harlan Thorn, Herbert Tiffany, Carl Toof, Dean Topinka, Adolph Troyak, Robert VanCleave, Nathan VanWinkle, Howard Walrath, Leo Whipple, Charles Witousek, Fred Yilek, William York, Carson Zika, Bob Zook, Donald Charter, Bernice Christle, Esther Clark, Vivian Corwin, janice Currell, Aileen Dasher, Constance Davis, jane Dobson, Pauline i A 1.-'HW E m'tf'v-feta v me are-ccj'..i1--,Leaf iff' 1 r - . --:rL.E:-- . 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Eloise MacMains. Margaret Madeson. Louise Malone. Pauline Mantz, Eunice Matson. Ruth Michalicek, Maude Miller, Helen Miller. LaVerne Mitvalskv. Leona Morris. Margaret Murrel. Rae Myers. Phyllis Nassiff, Martha Neal, Alice Nechville, Olga Newman, Marcedus Northcott, Louise Paulson, Maurita Peet. Lorenda Pennington. Beatrice Petersen. Marie Pohorsky. Anna Pyle. Dorothy Pvle. Marjorie Ouass. Doris Sadilek. Alice Schloss. Beatrice Scott. Florence Sebern. Frances Shors. Kathryn Sh reenes. Virginia Snyder. Doris Smith. Fvelvn Smith. Kathrvn Smith, XVinifreCl 10-A BOYS Eaton. Fred Emerson, Gerald Evans. Ronald Farr. Charles Feddersen. Harold Ferguson. Maurice Griffin. Bob Hahn. Louis Hahn. Max Hankins. Clifford Hartl, Leonard Havs. William Hedges. Robert Hendrickson, Henry Hendrickson. Wilmer Hladky. loseph Hunter, Ralph lambor. Vaclav llohnson. Lorain Kolda, Rudolph Kouba. Ben Kozazed, Vallie Kriz, Edward Kriz. Vaclav Lemon. Duane Davis, Murphy Lewis, Eric Lvnxwiler, Tom M cAchran, George McClung, Maurice TNlcCreedv. Everett McDanel. iohn Merriam, Emerson Michalek. Tony Miller, Urban Minehart. Berl Mittwalsky, Edward Moehl, Ernest Myers, Richard Neff, Robert Newman. Roy Ottsen, Kenneth Phillips, Gerald Pitts, Edwin Porazil, Charles Powell, Charles Powers, ,loseph Privratsky. George Rozen, William Sanders, George Scheible. Paul Schuyler, Donald Eli it id lil dl it Sodoma, Agnes Solomon, Margaret Stary, Gladys Stepanek, Emma Stoneking, jean Sutherland, Rozelle Svec. Grace Swett. Elizabeth Tavlor. Madge ' Thompson. Elizabeth Thomson. lsabell Tomnkins, Beverly Van Antwerp. Helen Walker. Irma Ward. Mariorie 'XVatson. Elizabeth Wilcox. Margaret Willman, lris XVoods, lrene XVorkman. ldelle Wright, Dorothy 'XVright. LaVerle Zbanek. Mary Louise Scott. Norman Sedlacek. Tony Severa. Leo Shadle, john Shomler. Clyde Simon. Charles Slapnicka, Otto Slavney. Milton Smart, Lee Smith, Carl Smith. Kermit Smulekoff. Norman Stroud, jack Tellin, Harold Thompson. jack Vinall, Dick Vlasek. Albert Vlcko. joseph Vojt, Fred Vomacka, William Vyskocil. Charles Walton, Everett Warren, Mackie Wernimont, Ray Wilder. jack Young, Tom 4 ' in ,Mfr 4- 14, v 45- g s , ,xl 7 1 ' gli 'T' . N 1 .JQJ1 4 . cw . . fn '14- 'A lx' Y qilgv My 215 X k. . .U ' 1 K- V ' 41,51 Q7- ?'v"" ,. .M , . z ,- ,, , 4., lyf 51 I, M A YQWE' " I 5212.1-:-:'::.:..W.g:5:::,:, , ,,,,, ' ,,,.. . ,,,, H , , , ,, Q9 A "' f M 1i i'f :+-- -W-bf b--3: g- - fm 1? sw fs Sw fQm..aQ 522 5,54 35551 my c was a hed. rx littte through the Qneht mime rmdeue qi. hex 'L J Z K' bnmon I5 cx. rvugv-rw, 08 - B Q9 How ....... ,. ...., .., ........ M. ,. ...... ,,,,....,....,.. , , ,. ..,, ....., . .,.- .,.. - .... -.....--. ., r'x,i1 W -WW 1, W WW f""fW' 'X .,,, ....,......,.,A4.7Q17M,fwLQM. ..,,,,, ,... Z M ,,.. Z ,,ZlflZ.,WiZ.g11111n ,..,,, ,gif I PUBLICATIQNS -415. - ' 'fg'1 1?iJll'X 7E,':.. Q: 'Y Zwlaig.-,.., ' -, "' 'jg' .2 5- . 1 y -ri' '- H 4? 'Sigel ' f"1gS Qfgrr THE PULSE STAFF Margate? Yer Dyke Beriice Lgps: Put-E Hfvazri. Ruth Webster, David Bingham. Kermit Herkes. Logise james. XY.:IIizr: Whelihan. Isabel Befsett Ronald Kampmeier. Sfiiejf Sierrfs fit: Tifiijsfii. Hifi-'xi B:f?:2ti-F, Kerri? Ytung. fxrtofl Pyle. Wajsne Siuukgej. Frei Tartgerizi '2f""-..---,-,--. A...-.--.. .... .--.- -W.,.,,-W,,.,. ,. , ,,.,,, M..- ,,--P---2 ,' fd t ' W1 fff !':- W 'WX li E'-Fi! T' f45?i'v-Nff, ,J ' gf I f " 3" f fyf, "F 'U ff' 44, f A -3 1 ' 1-1.4-'.........V-..-1... -fgL4m.L...u2.vuL-."'f.-,:mz:Y.Lf.,' .l:lmz.z...-.....--1f?i..'-1'-f-V'i1'iff'Q ,425 A W, 42- se. 1- J if .A ff n if asm-ffl f Q ' . i 'C 'Ya fs 7 at TD fa . aa - - is fr C! 9 " 'J ---2, - 4 EDITORIAL Again for the twenty-sixth year the students of Washington High have edited THE PULSE, the official school publication. Its purpose is to tell the news of the school as well as to furnish the students with an outlet for their literary eiorts. THE PULSE tends to join the students into one democratic unit. by publishing accounts of every organization and club in the school. lt is a magazine published by. and for, all the students. Moreover, it is the connecting link between the school and the home. The alumni department helps us to keep in touch with those who have graduated before us. THE PULSE is whatever the students make it. It is a record of their activities and ambitions. It is a direct reflection of the high school, showing both the humorous and serious sides. Each year sees some new improvement. This year a music department was added. This section tells of the activities of the orchestra. band, and glee clubs. Following its performance of the past few years. THE PL'LsE won the cup at the Iowa State High School Press convention at Grinnell again this year. We, the staff, wish to take this opportunity to thank those who have con- tributed to this magazine and also the advertisers who have made its publishing possible. Us at Wes? H X A 455' Q ,X P V' X 5' ' fl se T' ' Q if 'X W , W I, g --, v Y-. . THE CBLUE CPENCIL Vol. VIII THE BLUE PENCIL IN WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL .la The BLUE PENCIL is a weekly paper edited by the class in journalism of Washington high school. Each week, the instructor, Miss Elizabeth Cock, appoints a different staff consisting of: an editor-in-chief, society, sports, and special feature editors, and a business manager. The rest of the class act as reporters and bring in the news to the staff who edit and prepare the manuscripts for the paper. Unlike other pencils, the BLUE PENCIL has more than one sharp point, because the re- porters will go any limit to get their stories. Members of the staff are otten assigned spe- cial features which usually require interviews, so the reporter Iinds his way to business men, college professors, war veterans, or students. The work requires effort and perseverance, but a real reporter will go without food or sleep to get a good story. Un lfridays, wh-en the paper 'icomes out," the editors take charge of the class and read the paper to the eager group of reporters who watch for the editing on each story, that they may profit in their next story by these corrections. Willingness and eagerness to work make a successful paper of the BLUE PENCIL. Washington high school is proud to claim a little black and white dog for its mascot. This little puppy roams around the halls morning, noon, and after school, with his mistress, Miss Rachel Witwer. "Skeezix" is his name and during classes he makes himself comfortable in a little box under Miss Witwer's desk when he tires of playing before the class. Everyone seems fond of him, but he seldom returns any love unless it is accompanied by a mouthful of some "sweet food." When he has eaten what he wants, he will ignore your presence entire- ly, and crawl back into Miss Witwer's lap to be petted and talked to. No. I NEW SOCIETIES IN WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL Did you know that in this school there are some societies which do more than have fel- lowships, dances, and theater parties? Yes, the latter societies are, of course, all right, but there have come into prominence within the last year, two organizations which are novel in their aims and their accomplishments. They are Nu Sigma Kappa and Patrician. The hrst named is sponsored by Miss Elsie Heimer, general science teacher, who is largely respon- sible for its organization. The membership, numbering fifty-six, is open to general sci- ence students who have an average of ninety per cent in that subject. The Patricians, organized by Miss Lucille Powell of the Latin department, have as their aim the study of life and literature in old Rome. 'l here are twenty members. "But dont these societies have any fun?" one may ask. Not unless you call taking long tramps to discover new and interesting plant and animal life fun. If delving into the ldes of March or finding about the troubles and joys of family life in Cicero's time is fun, then they have plenty of it. At any rate the members of these two societies have the joy and pleasure of learning and of accomplishing a great cleal in a delightful and interesting way with the companionship of a sincere and congenial group. Success and "lots of it" to you, Nu Sigma Kappa and Patricians. Our editorials are limited to one a week, during the month of March, because of the absence of our editor, who is taking his semi- annual vacation. Catherine: "Why do you call your Ford a lover?" Marvin: "Because true love never runs smooth." THE CBLUE. CPENCIL STAFF Editor-in-Chief - - - Harry Van Kuren Business Manager ---- Jennie Hrbek Feature Editor - - Marion Chambers News Editor ----- Catherine Hunt REPORTERS Margaret Dennis Marvin Of'Brien Laura Iiampmeier Max Kornitzky Alice Bowman Ralph Moorcroft Mildred Wise junior Burkhalter G. Edward Eaton Gertrude Wymer Donald Mumford Lottie Faymon Edward Murray Published semi-occasionally by the stu- dents oi the class in journalism, only one copy allowed in print. Who reads it? Any- body we can get to listen to us. We'll pay auditors it necessary. Entered as first class read.ng matter in C. R. H. S. during the second semester of l9l9, under the Act of ADDIC S. Abbott, by Elizabeth M. Cock. N.- B.-Sh-h-h! BRIBERYH! Two copies issued in March, 1926. HAVE YOU HEARD THE MUSIC IN l0Ir "Click-clickity-click. One, two, three, four!" These sounds, accompanied by the rhythmic music of "The Marseilles," are to be heard at almost ony hour of the day in the vicinity of room lOl. A mere onlooker, or, we might say "onhearer" would be sur- prised or perhaps amused at what goes on in this busy place. We, too, were in this surprised and curious group until we began the typewriting course. We have found that the work, although of a practical nature, is intensely interesting. And in watching the would-be stenographers, we were given an unusual opportunity to study human nature. Of course there are regular classes. seven in all, ranging from Typing I for the begin- ners to Typing IV for the most prohcient. It is in the first year work that the Victrola is used. Miss Nell G. Boyack, head of the commercial department. explains that it pro- duces accuracy, rhythm and eventually speed. In the advanced classes, speed and accuracy tests are given and the more intricate details of letter writing taken up. But the most interesting time to watch the typists is after the regular classes when anyone taking the course may come in to make up his assignment. Then we see the energetic, competent girl. whose middle name might be "Efficiency," rapping away at a perilous rate of speed on her trusty Under- woodp the awkward little chap, who, knitting his brows and biting his tongue, pokes falter- ingly at his keysg the disgruntled youth, who, growling, pulls his paper out of his machine and tears it upg a handsome sheik whose re- marks amuse the little miss at his right as they click in perfect harmony, the sly boy who surreptitiously attempts to erase his errors, only to be discovered by an in- structor who cruelly orders him to tear up his copy and begin over again. Thus it goes. Perhaps the story of the school" class has amused the "on- "after hearer" and the onlooker, but these are the typists in embryo who will make the office life of business men either a joy or despair. UNCLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT-Pair of patent leather dancing shoes. Reason for renting: haven't used 'em since I was in the army. Harry Van Kuren. FOR SALE CHEAP-Two reducing records. Reason for selling: 5 pounds gained daily. Elizabeth Cole. FOR RENT-Sfety razor, guaranteed for any shingle bob. Reason for selling: bought a pair of three-edged scissors. Rus- sell K. Hickman. FOR SALE-Snap-shots slightly damaged. Only heads missing. Rejects from the An- nual. See Russell Knapp. WANTED-Pupils to study the mechanism of the diaphragm. Not more than I0 al- lowed or less than 50 accepted. See Miss Chapin after 8 P. M. FOR SALE-One track suit. Reason for selling, got a date and am broke. Walter DeSilva. FOR SALE-Seven "frat" pins. Reason for selling, too much bother pinning 'em on different dresses every day. Maxine Peter- son. WANTED-A date all the time. All of us. Call any number after 3 o'clock or before 8:15 A. M. WANTED-A diploma in less than I0 years. Apply to any soph. K , , rm Q Y -,Y, I --ss' 5 - 1 -g..f I 'fl -5, 3 5 H 'il x ff- --- ' A 4 . '-l ,g,1i-Hag ,pai F WS A 'O .fan 1 A Kai . k ' .b ' I' - - NE, - 1 1 1 1 1 1 . Q 1 ?. 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Kelly, for- mer Burlington di- rector and lowa foot- ball star, has proved himself a capable suc- cessor of Leo Novak. Kelly stepped into the hardest position a high school coach ever attempted to hll when he took up the tre- mendous task left by Novak, but in spite of this fact he has won his way by doing fine work and gaining the conhdence of allg he is an ideal leader, well liked by all the fel- lows and a man an athlete likes to obey. We sincerely hope that he will be with us for years to come. ALEX FIDLER Trainer Without Alex a Washington High School athletic team would not be com- plete. For years he has served old C. R. H, S. as Trainer with no pay other than the love and respect of the fellows. Alex says that this is enough. A better man for the job could not be found. His years of experience with all kinds of athletes have taught him how to treat all their ail- ments. Worlds of praise are not enough for Alex. He is a true Tiger supporter through and through. ,.,, -5, THE COACHES 1 a LEONARD PAULU B usi ness Manager Completing his first year as Business Man- ager and Assistant Coach, Leonard Paulu, formerly of Oskaloosa and Grin- nell's greatest sprint- ter, has filled the shoes of Mr. Carlson in a very successful manner. Besides serving as Business Manager, he has had charge of Indoor Track. His wonder- ful ability can be seen from the fact that, with but two men from last years Indoor Track team. he has won the State Indoor title and taken second in the one mile relay at the Ninth Annual lllinois Relay Carnival. LLOYD HARPER A ssistant Coach Lloyd Harper, a last years three sport man, and all around athlete, returned to school this year. He was ineligible for ath- letics this year because of the eight semester rule, However. he served as Mr. Kelly's assistant. During the fall he coached the line on which he for- merly played and served as the teams scout. He helped with the second team in Basketball. He will spend the spring working with the hurdlers on the track team. BOB AURACH ER Football Captain An uncanny tackler and a demon blocker, coupled with a natural Hghting instinct. made Bob a great end and a wonderful Captain. He was picked by many critics as an All-State end. FRED TANGEMAN I' Captain of Captains Basketball Captain DICK ZVACEK Track Captain 1925 The greatest all around track athlete Cedar Rapids ever had is the deserving title for Zva- cek, captain of the State Cham- pionship Track Team of l925. CAPTAINS 5 5. ' Q .It ,vga xi 'x .L .. 'J Q Q . 4 f fa' 3,-elif, RICHARD MILLER Track Captain 1926 Richard Miller, Captain of the l926 Track team, is the State's best indoor quarter- miler and a wonderful sprinter. A natural leader and an all around athlete places Tange- man with the best of C. Rfs Captain of Captains. 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Tisher, Boyer, C-roth, Lazio, Kriz Second Row-Baumgartner, French, Vail, Cummins, Tangeman, Lrban, Knapp, Warriner, Auracher tCapt.l, Kosek, Shinn, Murray FOOTBALL SEASON IN BRIEF Playing the hardest football schedule any high school team in the country ever attempted to play, the C. R. H. S. team of 1925, green and inexperienced. per- formed a remarkable achievement when they finished the season on a hfty per cent basis. winning four, losing four, and tieing one. Without a single regular back from the National Championship team of 1924, the Tigers played the best that three sections of the United States had to offer, with a team composed entirely of new men. They were out-weighed in every game that they played, but they were never out-fought. Bad breaks alone were responsible for three of the Tigers' four defeats. FOOTBALL SUMMARY C. R. 03 Fairfield ............... 3 C. R. 0: Moline, Illinois .. 6 C. R. l9: Fort Madison .......... 6 C. R. I4: Sioux Falls, S. D ........ 12 C. R. O: Thomas jefferson CCouncil C. R. 0: Harrisburg, Pa. ......... 27 Bluffsj .............. 0 C. R. 6: DuPont, Louisville, Ky...34 C. R. 18: Ottumwa .... I2 C. R. 193 Iowa City ............ .. 0 ,,.. W.'.W .... .......,..,.., ,WW,,,WWW-..MZ.-..-. ,,,,, I lWW,,W,.77,W,7 ,... ....... L.. ....,. ..... ................,. .......... .... .,,...... ..... .... THE FOOTBALL TEAM Walt er DeSilva Capt. .-Xuracher Norman Whelpley CEHOD CEndJ LTackleJ Em C est liosek Guy Shinn jack Day Guardj CTackleJ CEndJ 5 HI ll 5 ,.a9'x 1 1,1 6 George Warriner Fred Tangeman Paul Cummins Izllwood Tisher fGuardJ CHalfbackJ Qllalfbackil CTackle,l Bill Brown CHalfbackJ ,. m ,F x . f 'M . D .E 3 'JS if 5 l ll lllnp p X' V 2 1. r' 'A I rxrla vr T' fx . , N .lb Q V A A QV Willard Baumgartner Charles Urban Jerome Kriz Russ Knapp Clrlalfbackj LCenterJ lFullbackJ lQuarterbackl BASKETBALL FIRST TEAM Day CCenterJ, Vail CGuardl, Baumgartner Cliorwardj, Auracher fGuardl, Boyer tCenterD, Tangeman CCapt., Guardj, Knapp CForwardJ, Chermak CGuardJ, Cummins CForwardD. Meyers tliorwarclj, Groth CForwardJ BASKETBALL SUMMARY Playing one of the hardest schedules a Tiger basketball team ever had, the l925-26 team won 20 out of 20 games, which gave them a triple tie with Boone and Webster City for second in the State Tournament. The Tigers were led by Captain Tangeman, a great floor guard. who was picked on the All-State Team by jack North. Theron Boyer, plucky little center, was given a berth on the second team, because in nine tournament games the opposing centers scored but one field basket against him. This is a remarkable record. The third All-State man was Paul Cummins, who is undoubtedly the greatest forward in the state. He is known the country over for his dead basket eye. The Tigers scored 69-l points during the season, and of these, Cummins, sharp-shooting Tiger ace, rang up 406. The opposition scored -101 points during the entire year, while we averaged 23 points a game. to our opponents' l6. SECOND TEAM Elms, Langfitt, Cronkhite, Eaton, Calder, Thompson, Zarub. McClung g- Am lb' ,VU ' 1' ., 532.04 K 5 6 9. ' v . f i . Q'- Cummins Boyer Knapp CForwardJ CCenterJ CForwardJ -QQ Vs 'v r 1 f 'fx " '- f-ml., " . Q ' - ill! 5 SY-DAR SU-4 Aw' 1 ,RAPID5 f " RAPID .5"?ff'5 1 , . Y f 7 . .N is 1 i i 27 L Vail Tangeman Groth CGuarcD CGuardD flioywaydj A V , I gsnakj? IVPID Y N K Chermak Day Meyers CGuardJ CCenterJ CForwardJ J v Q . 1 Q - 2 J p f '-e ffm ' Te . TRACK TT TRACK TEAM Tangeman, McClung, Redel, Coach Novak CCapt.l, Zvacek, Vesely, Harper Kemp, Sweeny, Christy, Boyer, Cisler, DeSiIva 1925 TRACK Led by Dick Zvacek, star all around track and field athlete. Cedar Rapids' 1925 track team ranked with the best in the schooI's history. The State Outdoor Championship was won at Ames. For the first time. the National Indoor title was won by Cedar Rapids at Northwestern. just four men: Captain Zvacek, Stamats, Redel, and Harper won the meet with 20 points. SEASONS RESULTS INDOOR smsox Won the one mile relay at Illinois Indoor Meet. Won State Indoor Championship at Iowa. Won National Indoor Championship at Northwestern. oUTDooR SEASON Second in two mile relays at Kansas. Second in 440 relay and third in two mile at Drake. Won the Meet at Marquette. Won the Clinton Meet. Won the Iowa Invitation Meet at Iowa. Won the Buena Vista Meet. Won the State Championship at Ames. ..,.... ..,. .......... W.. .. .- -.- ,.,.,-. , .. . . - ., Wrxg ..... ....... ....l I .... ........... .. 'Y-'?ili T V ' Y ' V f7,, i Q...-f f ff .,.., ,-,,g """' "Ylang, :" " H . 'if' f f"l :ea it-12e:Eri::1g.2i1-f - H 'f11'1f rs V 1"'Sm"'c'TT VV? Y:-"' L59.!.x""f?w-'Z' Lfeefrex ..,..:a - ., QW' S ,.. A -Q ,km jf? I 'S ivvv-nQ-u-:Qu GIRLS' CPHYSICAL EDUCATION Since the organization of the Girls' Physical Education department in Washington High School, the aim has been al- ways to work for the highest individual health. ' A This work is under the direction of Miss Addie Zika and Miss Virginia Smith. Although Physical Education is re- X quired only through the ninth and tenth grades, there are many girls so interested in the athletic societies and the Point System that they continue in their physical work through their junior and Senior years. The Point System, although not fully developed, was adopted this year by both societies. ln this system credits are given to each girl as she reaches certain standards in posture, corrective work, folk dancing, hiking, some track and field events, sportsmanship, games, and keeping of health rules. The underlying principle of the Point System is to replace the competitive contests of former years by a broad program which will develop each girl to her highest point, mentally, physically, and socially. The fall work of this department consists chiefly of tourna- ments in volley ball. During the winter months corrective work, folk dancing, and games are emphasized, while baseball and tennis are played each spring. Monograms are awarded by the societies to girls doing excellent work in any line. v1Rc.1N1A SMITH x - ADDIE ZIKA I Ye.. JJ 0 J Q lg ag . ,L:i,,,x.V R: his Q f11r45 ii'giQa.?3 4,55 i l 'ggiggiifiigiw' VV 'E 51- .1 V--r , ., VV ii i: eh? 1 e vi, ,gd ,, -- F - -- -V Q in tg s V , , - in t f-:Lt if 2-, - :SWE of A' I g X ai GAMMA MILPHA .o,q. - V :f,.V5,vVAV: .EVVVVFVVVV . VV? e, QALPHA 'le l F F" f J i 'fs I - b 'Lg' I ,ii . W., , A' llSl!x'v..:L.4xIm'E W T2 -P5255- .i , . 'till 'it X 'VQ"f1 7122. Q Q .Si sf F 'SX N VV g Ei: . ' 'sf V1 I , P:-j N ' 4 ?: I Y 'Z 1 . X x Q2-E W -.es if. ,f 'A ' if! -1' X' -A ' fu- ii- VV ' .F U 'Nas K v .v . , V, svn., .. -X ' r . r mum um,,IVV .ui fn, ' il" M - ll t f Q ,ga L ill' Ill X .AT in fl A WM-, tall ,V V f I A y . f , - I f ii ' ly A ll' ' ' I i, Vl,il i,iI"l E .. Q, i 5 47 . OFFICERS - ' V President-Kathryn Hatch V33 3 Vice-President-Ivadene Smith . V Y VjlQg J i 'mf Secretary-Mary Nissen , ' . ' Treasurer-Catherine Burkholder 'I' 'A ' Social Chairman-Eliza Hickok 1 V V X Pulse Reporter-Louise james Sergeant-at-Arms-Elma jones " 'i I D x.V The Gamma Al h A ' t V We was organized inp ihineltrelgii-tiggniyx f- V ' 'xg four as a means of banding together ' H 5 and to romote ood s orts- work p g 'p . manship. This year the society has l the girls interested in gymnasium lift 1- vnu ' s , sis 6 , l 74. been enlarged and much interest has ' Q 4' Y 7' ' been shown, due to the tireless ef- If A , i . . forts of the new advisor, Miss Vir- " - F 1-Ff , A- . ginia Smith. The new point system . VV Ni,hi'aX,..xQ, A which has been recently adopted has f 7 X J Xl ' V. NX- been made the basis for membership. E I 'N ' Monograms will be given both by l ' I f V A - - " .V V the society and by the state. 7 ffl ' ' Q V If V- f. ..- V, ,VV V 5 V X V- if VV :V VV VV 'n WN ,V 'N ,. VV VV .V .x if JB IRD Q ' V. aaa ' I V A A V V 1 x ' ' , ' GUM - 'i 'sii 5' . ' Q is W.. 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Jer f ' , W U ,- ,jk , -'Q fl gmlb A nl F' " .lv 1 -is " A' 44 , ' ff , ,. 4' f , , 7 F , -, ' Q Founded zn 1923 " K7 5 my MOTro: Health is the 'vzrtue of life, the ' S N- V "1 ' secret of happiness -I ' 0 F A AIM: To unite all girls of Washington " - High School, znterested zn physzcol educa- NX-iwhn, r er ' 5071, and I0 progzotel democratzc good F 41 1 fu , , fe ows Jzp isa -J 'n .I Y C0 : L ' d d Yellow . ' Y LCRS menlglioillik: Yellow Tea Rose '1 4-.X if bg Q- Ar Cffffc-Miss Addie zika X' ,Y F OFFICERS 8 X J ky! ' FIRST SEMESTER , ,-2' l E ,E President-rwxanan swamell -9 rf U, , 5'-I" ", 1' CTS' ' Vice-President-Marion Chambers 5 K ' j 4' ' Secretary-Mildred Mull 5 ' fin! - 34-. Treasurer-Bonita Kees f f ' ," 'Q Pulse Reporter-Ellen Warren I Q , , I lip-H gy? 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L 7' T gs " i , F eu: SOPHROSYNE CHAPTER OF THE NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Organized 1921 Chartered 1922 THE PuRPosE: To create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character. OFFICERS Presiderzi'-Gladys Nemec Vice-Preside1zt-Kathryn Manatt Secretary-Treasurer-Frank Davis Pulse Reporter-Leola Schafer ROLL CALL junior Burkhalter Kathryn Dasher Frank Davis Helen DePriest Edward Eaton Adeline Havel Maxine Houser Alma janko Laura Kampmeier Thelma Knierim Irene Krueger Kathryn Manatt Lyman Mclntyre Christina Miller Frances Neal Gladys Nemec Wilma Popelka Leola Schafer Vivian Schultz Velma Stanek Irma Tehel Helen Vanous Marie Weaver Lorene Whaley NOTE: Three former members of Sophrosyne Chapter who are in the fresh- man class at Ames have gained recognition for their scholarship: Louis Novak, Marvin Cisler, and Ben Pospishil. ln a class of over a thousand Louis Novak ranked first. 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AIM: To inspire lone of good literature and friendship among senior girls CoLoRs: Pink and Lavender FLOWER: Sweet Pea Critics-Miss Hibbard, Miss Parks, Miss Parker OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER President--jane Ludy President-Melba Mentzer Vice-Preside1zt-Kathryn Manatt Vice-President-Margaret iVanDyke Secretary-Alice Childs Secretary-Mildred Hoadley Treasurer-Helen DePriest Treasurer-Marjorie Klersey Pulse Reporter-Melba Mentzer Pulse Reporter-jeanette Warriner ROLL CALL Frances Allen Clara jesina Mildred Owen Isabel Bassett Marjorie Klersey Vivian Schultz Gertrude Cameron Bonita Kees Leola Schafer Alice Childs Irene Klinger Clara Shankland Kathryn Dasher Arlene Latta Lucia janet Smith Lois Davis jane Ludy Esther Sonka Helen DePriest Kathryn Manatt Irma Townsend Florence Ferman Shirley Meeker Lucille Thoman Dorothy Fuehr Irene Menary Faye Taylor Ruth Gongwer Melba Mentzer Kathryn Tait Maxine Houser Yerda j. 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Decision: Alpha Rho l: Kappa Phi Tau 2. L Us -4 V 21 LLOYD HARPER GARRETSON SEELY SIDNEY sHERR1s KAPPA PHI TAU-NEGATIVE 7 ,,,,.. ,wig .f--., 7 ...,.......,.,....,.,,... ZWYHW-WW '----' in --"---"-' 1 7111111 7'lIW"V7fll0"7 'f"' 7 'lm """' .,,, ,,,. ., ........,..,.. A QMIIMQIWW ....,. .,.. Z f,QllM,.miZ.gl11f1n,,.,,,..... Af GLEN SCHODDE as well as to the Rx b , THOMAS POVVELL A fl. - .. I-,. 2- -Pm . 7 A F E ,Pi EE! 5 1 ,,,, T L , , , 6irl5'Advi50ry Council These czlfzdod from all Qlassczs by1hQG1Hs of C.D.LI.S. Aim: TofioinwiihDc1an oi Cvirlsin plans for qrcznifncg riczndlfnass and zxbrondarj mom fn- darasiingi-i ifa omon5J2ihc1l5iudcLr1is., 'Dezzm of Qir-IQ' if -Q W lllfca DCEQI'-S Seniors 4 Juniors Mfdrwzd Mull ,Draa - Louisa rj-DITIQS V Dms. 'E-Ilrzn Warren I-Inzczl Cook Lucio Clbmffh ' . NlzxryA.Md1avlzmd llnihlfvn Tzxii A P Mfmawhiimorcz ' : Sophomoms ' Kothrxp Uzdrch -5ac.6'IF-as. Ahka Lvzefrzrs Molly ,or-ndzsky I Louisa Novfhco11 ,,..,n..-..-N,-H, ,. , .-- ,.,,.w----.,,,,, , , . .. ..,, ,, .,, ----- f H--.,-x.,1g,g5,f'?-.Q my Wm ww Wy I I Ill y W yflly 7 7 Ill fw y l , 4 if --., l ....,,....,...., ...,..,.,. .,.. Z fglllluwfidfffffn .,.,....,., I I 43:25 ,.., ,H 1 -LL W'-4 W J i ,E Q J EEEE re YE QALPHA CRHO se ,ff V Organized 1896 OBJECTIVE: To iizcuflcate iii each member a spirit of loyalty to his school and his society, and to develop the social and literary qualities of each iizdividzlal. FLOWCR: Red Cariiatioii CoLoRS: Crimson and Black YELL: Hi Ho Alpha Rho, Hi Ho Alpha Rho! Critic-l. l. Meyer OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER Consul-Fred Tangeman Consul-Fred Tangeman Vice-Consul-Robert Auracher Vice-Consul-Norman W helpley Steward-Otto Dvorak Steward-Forrest Brebner Scribe-Ed Kenney Scribe-Russell Knapp Historian-William Whelihan Historian-Ed Prentiss Warden-Paul Cummins Warden-William Whelihan ' Vice-Warden-Donald Dunn Vice-Warden-Ernest Kosek ROLL CALL Adams Brebner Auracher Cummins Dvorak Kenney Schodde Knapp Tangeman Whelihan Whelpley Simpson Prentiss Dunlop Cronkhite Elmes Calder Hladky Weir O'Brien Groth Robertson Turner French Murray Eaton Lea Thomas Ellwood Day Myers janda Carringer Redel ALPHA Rl-IO SONG Gee, but it'S great to be one of the Alpha Rho. What difference does it make if we are up or down? Other societies though there be- Alpha Rho is the one for me. Oh, Gee, but it'S great to be one of the Alpha Rho's! Vive la Alpha Rho! ',.,... ,,i':,5..,,'M:V ,...,,..... S 5. ,. W... 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Founded in 1919 AIM: To promote interest in literature, parliamentary law, and to encourage fellowship in Cedar Rapids High School FLOWER! Pink Rose CoLoR: Purple and White Critic-A. G. Bowne OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER President-Wayne Stookey Vice-President-Burton I-laldy Secretary-Harold Smith Treasurer-Philip Mcliim Sergeant-at-Arnzs-Stanley Moore Pulse Reporter-Atanacio Viloria SECOND SEMESTER President-Burton Haldy Vice-President-Stanley Moore Secretary-Wallace Smith Treasurer-Philip Mcliim Sergeant-at-A rms-Bruce Ross Pulse Reporter-Paul Michael ROLL CALL Dwight Alderman Philip Mcliim Bruce Ross Burton Haldy Stuart Paterson Stanley Moore john Reid Harold Smith Wallace Smith Wayne Stookey john Thompson Leon Vesley Milton Buffington Kenneth Glackin james Gray Herbert Hampton Kenneth McLeod Milo Mitvalsky Paul Michael Alvin Nelson Robert Pohl Donald Stevenson Clifford Swan Dean Stauffacher jerome Tlusty Atanacio Viloria Needham Young Chester Cristy Donnell LeC1ere Eugene Swanson Loyde Ridgeway james Davenport "Zet, Zet, Zeta gatliianu rm- l"'-. um.. ,, ..,.. .H-.ffl ,tw s.- .,........ , ...... 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George Washington High School - Monument Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA) online yearbook collection, 1922 Edition, Page 1

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George Washington High School - Monument Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA) online yearbook collection, 1927 Edition, Page 1

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George Washington High School - Monument Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 1

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George Washington High School - Monument Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA) online yearbook collection, 1929 Edition, Page 1

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George Washington High School - Monument Yearbook (Cedar Rapids, IA) online yearbook collection, 1930 Edition, Page 1

1930

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