Milo High School - Sky Rocket Yearbook (Milo, IA)

 - Class of 1923

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'T 0 meal of the Milo High School we O inability to do justice to the task 3 However we have done our best and 0 9 2 Q submit it to you with a feeling of our 2 . 2 only hope for your approval. We have 00 Z zttempted to 'make -:L record of the 2 school year, which we hope will bring 2 pleasant 'memories to you in future 2 years. If it helps you to live over 3 again your high school days, our 2 ' ' O 2 wccccccecoooooooo ooooooooooooccceoc 0000000000 'X purpose is accomplished OOOOOOOO OOOOOOOOOOOO Q wwwwwwwwww THE SKY-ROCKET weew ww OUR OLD CCHIGHQS Aeoeeeoexewl 9 2 396 3 GOQQ OQOQOGQQOGTHE SKY 'R0CKETeoooweeQo4-xbfwec-wow C. C. BINGAMAN, Supt. Iowa State College University of Iowa swwwww 1 9g 2 3 wwwweel O6 oooooooooooo oo THE SKY R0CKETooooooooooooooooQx-:oo 2 2 2 2 2 SZ 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 06' 649496 OGO099000G0090 G0 32. 2?- 'S-2. M U SN QE cu Qt-1:1 m Fm mio, QQ N? N, V352 NSG Q: Zee O53 Q51 Q Shcw- gg Z2 Q Sw z 23 55 f9G049'. OQOGOOOQQQOQOOQOOQGQOOOO who has won the respect and a2cl'm'ira.- tion of every Milo School stalclent, -we the Class of 1923 dedicate this Annual as an appre- QQOOQQOOOGGOOGGGQOQQOGQOOQOGOOOQGOOOOGOG 1 9 2 gooooooooeoe 5 ww-voowwwwwwee THE. SKY-ROCKET wwwee Our Janitor. MR. J. F. WRIGHT. QFrankD Because of his long period of service as janitor of the tuildfng, Mr. Wright seems :L purt of the school. He takes unusual pride in kcep-ing the rooms clean and in good order, often working long hours to do this. Mr. Wi-ight iirst. sol-rod as janitor in thc your 1901-02. Later he held this position from 1905-1917, and from 1919-23. :woo l 9 2 Bww li owxwe THE SKY-ROCKET OOOOOOOQQQGOOOQGOOOQOGOG QOOGOGGGOQOG 5223 23235 25222 23323 2322 E333 iii 25 23 5 2? 2 ww 1 9 2 Swweoww T eeeeeo ee eeee THE SKY 'ROCKET eeeo eeeeeeeeee Adna Woodward, teacher of English and History, graduated from the Burlington High Schtol in 1917, then entered the State University the following fall. While in the university, she took part in numerous college activities, acted as assistant in the history department, and joined the Alpha Tau Beta sorority. Miss Woodward is a popular teacher, requiring a high caliber of work from her pupils and showing a sympathetic interest in their efforts to improve. She inspires her classes to t-hink for themselves and presents the highest ideals to them, Blythe Clayton, at one time I1 student of the Milo school, is eminently fitted to be its High School l'1-incipal. She took the scholarship as a Ill0lIllil'l' ol' the graduating class of 1916, and is well known among the townsfolk, school patrons, and students as a conscientious and capable worker. After four years at Simpson College, Indianola, where she took exceptional honors in scholarship, and 'became a member of the Pi Beta Phi fraternity, Miss Clayton joined the faculty of the Indianola High School. During .her two years as instructor in mathematics there she gained a reputation as an excellent teacher and won the regard of her students and faculty associates. Her principalship -here, has, in one short year, won her the respect of all who work with her, both teachers and students. Her quiet charm of personality, her practical idealism and her ability to stimulate the best impulses in those about her has infused a new spirit into the High School. Always enthusiastic in furthering the interests of the young people, willing to give lavishly of her time and energies in their welfare, Miss Clayton is one to whom we all tlll'll for inspiration and leadership. Bessie Graham graduated from the Oskaloosa High School and later attended Penn College. As a teacher, she was well liked, especially by the Home-Economics girls. She left us the first of March to be married. Doris Davitt has only been in the High School a short time, but its already recog- nized as a very capable instructor. She is a graduate of Boone High School in 1915, and of the State University in 1919, where she was a member of the Gamma Phi Beta sorority, 8. ww ww ww THE SKY .ROCKETwwwwwwwwww THE SKYIIOCKET STAFF ' Gerald Diwey Dorothy Harris Frank Trotter Cartoonist Jokes Athletics J ames A-msberry Henry Godlove - Business Itflzmager Editor-in-Chief Margaret Greenwell Bertine Van Syoc Photography Literary ww w 1 9 2 3wwwww+ 1 9 eeeeoe ee ee THE SKY-ROCKET oeeoooeeeoeeeeeeeoee CLASS HISTORY The class of '23, the second largest class ever graduating from old M. H. S., was widely scattered, but at last were 'brought together by the four winds, from Oskaloosa, Montana, South Dakota, and Missouri, as well as good old Iowa. Of the twenty seniors, seven started in some of tihe grades of this school, twelve of the remaining began as Freshiesg the other as a junior. In 1919, the following 31 were biilliant young Freshies, Qabove the averagej: James Alnsbez-ry, Marie Balcs,, Bonnie lialxter, Sarah Boelor, Leona Camhron, Vorle Courtney, Perry Cox, Addie Mae Cunningham, Helen Daugherty, Gerald Davey, Opal Fellows, Merritt Gardner, Myrtle Gardner, Henry C. Godlove, Gerald Graham, Margaret Greenwell, Cecil Hook, Gerald Hook, Fern 'J acobs, Martiha Mae lvlanners, Florence Peck, Fae Roe, Arvetta Sandy, Henry Scott, Gail Shoemaker, Gladys 'I:own, Frank Trotter. Mildred W hitlow, Coi-nie Wilbur, Teddy Wilbur and Boi-tinc Van Syoc. Bertine is last but not least for she has kept the highest average during all four yeill'S. With her stand niniteen faithful ones, w-ho have weathered the storms and will finish with her. In athletics, James is the i'Star", although the Senior 'boys are all above the average. Several of the girls play basketball and run in track, Mildred leading. tNaturallyj , Dorothy has taken many tirsts in Declamatory. She took the gold modal in the County contest last year. seoeoeeeeea 1 9 2 3eoooeeoeeef 10 THE, SKY-ROCKET www In the High School play this year, the Seniors were given the difficult parts: Frank, the elderly man: Gerald, thc loading cl1a1'z1ctc1'g Addie Mae, the typical old maid. 4 "V0ni, Veci, Vinci." The nine of the Freshic class who took Latin survived Ben's brain cyclones. "Patience is the key to success." Patience, indeed! By patience we overcome: Ben's Brain Storms fbcforc 1ll0IitiC11ClU. Kccsteifs Higtory Dates. Al'll1SU'0I'lg'S Tclnpcr. Physics' Tcriors. FRANK TRO'T'T'ER. Pres, Senior Class eeeeweeee 1 9 2 3 weeeeeewa 11' weeeweeeweeeeeeeeTHE SKY ROCKET eeeeeeeeeeeeweeeeoe 1 ,,. I JAMES M, .AMSBERRY "Jim" Sky Rceketf-vBus. Mgr. Class Treas. 8: Sec'y. 4. Class Vice-Pres, 3, Toiclh Treasurer. Basket Ball 2-4 Capt. Base- ball 2-3-4. - Track'3. He cannot think of two things at once, su he thinks ol' "1-'cggy' and lets his lessons ge. Lean lank and full of pep. C. MARIE BALES "Bill" llolphic Tall and sweet and hard to beat. Every girl envies her complexion. Quiet and studious. SARAH BEELER "Stub" Delphic . Studies perpetually, blushes easily and smiles continualy. Very helpful and useful to -her class. LEONA J. CAMBRON "Lee" Torcli Consul, Gil-ls' Glue Club, Basket Bull 4. Studious, conscientious and ltelrful. Takes things calmly. Willing to laugh when there is something to laugh at. . 1.9 2 3 eeeeeel 12 eeeewwwweeweeoe THE SKY RQCKETOOOQQOOQQOOGQQOQQGQG PERRY W. COX "Chick" Delphic, Basket Bull 4, Track 3. Very slow except in Basket Ball gaines. Y0n'd think -he was nn niigcle-'but fond of Cl'2lbbS and frequently visits the Telephone Offce. ADDIE MAD CUNN.NGHAM "Addie" 'l'orch Pros. Girls' Gloe Club. Never so happy us when she's "boss". Has fl new case every year. Known by .her giggle and gl'2ll1dlIlOUl0l',S scarf. - Aspires to be u professor's wife. A good student and full of pep. GERALD G. DAVEY "Dave" Sky Rocketf-Cartooni.itg Torch- Vice- Presq Basket Ball 3-43 Track 3. Six feetnnd has an innocent, boyish look. Obliging and good natured. Occasionally thinksiseriously, but not for long at il, time. Will be il' lawyer us a stepping stone to the lmxsidcncy. M. OPAL FELLOWS "Happy" Class Pres. 23 Class Secfy. 8: Treas. 3: Delphicg Girls' Glace Club. We all like Fellows. Doesn't like cases but is crazy about romances. Favoxite occupa-tions-langliter and labor. feeeewewel 9 2 3 113 WWW THE SKY ROCKET www MHRTLE L. GARDNER "Sis" Delphic Hikes to and from school, A quiet, bashful maiden. Talks little, thinks much and laughs when it's something funny. HENRY C. GODLOVE "Ham" Sky Rocket Editor-in-chiefg Delphicg Pep Leaderg Class Treus. 2: C'ais Pres.3. Never known to have a case but always up-to-date. .A pnoverbial lad'es man. Never lets his school work il1t.l'f0l'C with his outside activiiies. Never holds a grudge. Can't decide whether to be at doctor or an undertaker. XI ARGARET E. GREENXVELL "Marge" Sky Rocket-Art Editorg Delphicg Girls Glee Club: Basket Ball 4g Declauiatory 2. Her hope chest over-flcweth. She toils not, neither does she spin. Revels in light literature. Live'y, care-free and gold nutured. DOROTHY M. HARRIS "Dot" Sky Rocket-Joke Editor: Class Vice- Pios. 45 Dclphic-P1-os. Girls' Glue Curb: Declamatory 3-45 Pcp Leader. High School Orchestra. A good talker, both publicly and pri- vately. Printer, speaker, Violinist, Vocalist entertainer of everyone in general and Homer in par-ticular. 1923ww ww O49 THE SKY-ROCKET woo 4-we Delphie' Gil-ls' Gloe Club. Favorite job-Collecting the school notes. Favorite song i'The Little Tin Soldier." Care-free, ' talkative, fun loving. MABEL MORGAN "Mae" Delphic She was a good worker, but deserted us for married life. FAE O. ROE "Pat" t - Delphicg Girls' Glee Cxlub. Takes life seriously. Interested in the Motor church, especially in a part of the pastors family. Gets numerous letters from Albia. Very neat and pleasant. ARYEVFTA S. SANDY "Sandy" Delphicg Girls' Glee Club. Attention! Interested at the Fort. Her favorites are secrets, men and good clothes. You can see -that the roses on her cheeks don't come in boxes. ooooowooel 9 2 3wweoow4f 15 FERN JACOBS "Felix" Favorite pastime being late to school. oo O 0 wwocooooww THE SKY ROCKETQQQMQQQQQQQQQQQQQQQ HENRY C. SCOTT "Sc0tty" Torch: Track 3. "It is better to :have bluffed and lost than never to have bluffed at all." Class comedian. Never in a hurry. Always in good humor. GLADYS I. TOWN 'iSa.lly" Torch Consul, Girls' Glee Clubg Basket Ball 45 Track 3. Peggy's chum has a characteristic grin but doesn't very often show it. Neat and quiet. She's a real country "Town," C FRANKLIN TROTTER "Frankie" Sky Rocket: Abhleticsg Class Pres. 43 Torchg Track 3. "Be frank and explicitg that's the right line to take when you want to conceal your own mind." Believes in prepared- ness. Already has his silver ware. I BERTINE VAN SYOC . "Time" She says she wants a new name. Envied for her ability to make good grades. Loves books. Modest, good and 'gra- cious. E a QXQGXGOQOQI 9 Zfgwoowoooov ee THE SKY-ROCKET' woo . MILDRED G. WHITLOW "Peggy" Class Vice-Pres. 3g Torch Consul: Girls' Glee Clubg Basket Ball Capt. 43 Track 3. Her favorite fruit is Ainsbe1'1'ies.Clai1ns hor ideal voc'ut,ion is woi-king in a Cloak and Suit Company, but that's only an cloak for the ambition that neally suits her. Capable and self- possessed. M1 9 2 Swoeeoww. 17 eeewe es THE SKY-ROCKET eeeeee eeee I A I- : "'i-ff.. ' I 'laabbvh -i-Q .f ,' ',4" .. ia D M4 , 7-A '4'i' i't" If X , -is -1 ."g' i' dxf , J' F:-3' yi? an N v, I , 1 'fill l '-1 : 1 S fx!! r 1.4 in -I i.. e -Cf e e e 1-.tr rg.-2 Q 5 I ' - - . - - - - 1 O JU IOR CLASS HISTORY "Many are called but few are chosen". In September, 1920, the old school bell, that had rung since '85 brought quiet to the sclhool and twenty-three small and verdant Freshmen niarched into the assembly in full array. They all had a stern look on their faces, determined to nialw every one look to them and they silcccrclvrl, not only because they had unusual talent, but also because they had more "pep" than any class that had ever entered the Milo High Sc-hool. They headed the school in social activities, organizing their class at the beginning of the year fa very unusual event for Fl'9SIlll16llJ and led all the other classes in the number of parties. 'Dhey brought out their strength in athletics, where six of their members showed skill in baseball, several being on tlhe first team. They had the honor of contributing one of their members, Teddy Wilbur, to the first team as a. star player. The tlrst declamatory contest, held in Milo, had for one of its contestants a member of this class, Lowell Quiggle, who won first in the Orlatorical division. Leaving none behind, they passed into tihe Sophmore year in 1921. But some weakened and fell by the wayside, leaving only fifteen to carry on the record of the class. Again they scored in baseball, giving Milo High a team full of pep, several players being inembers of this class. A melnbei' of this class, Viola Allsup, also carried off honors in track, winning everytihing she took part in. They kept up their record for social activities, bringing organization and social events into the fore- ground. In the second declaniatory contest held in Mild, this class carried off the ex-veeeeeee 1 9 2 3eeeeeeeeee IS ce ceee THE SKY-ROCKET w ee oe honor of having iirst place taken in Oratorical and second place in Humorous by two of its membexs. Lowell Quiggle again won in the District Declamatory contest leading to the County Contest. 'Ilhe Sophmore year ended in triumph and we again took up the struggle in 1922. We now number only thirteen, several having dropped out and two new members joining us ai. the first of the year, Rosa Glasgow and Loota Carpenter, Leoia leaving us at the beginning of the second semester. The Junior Class is the peppiest class in the school. Out of our number three contestants were furnished for deelamatory work, one of these, Lowell Quiggle, winning the honor of working forward to thc State Contest. Out of the tlhirteen in the class, nine are in the Glee Club and three are in the Hiigh School orchestra., thus exceed- ing all other classes in proportion. Our average grade in school work is higher than either Seniors. Sophmores or Freshmen. Oin Decenrber 22, 1922 we purchased a picture for the assembly room, "The Birch Bend," :by Dunning, the famous Iowa artist, thus showing our loyalty to Iowa, a.nd to our school. Four members of the surviving thirteen in the class started their school career in the first grade of Mi.lo High School, namely Raymond Jacobs, Geraldine and Gerald Ferguson, and Hazel Estes. Three of these, Gerald, Geraldine and Hazel having entered every grade to the present one together. We have the honor of having for members the only twins in school, Gerald and Geraldine Ferguson. Although our nu:mber is small, we make up in quality what we lack in quantity. "Great oaks from small at-on-ns grow," and future years will see the shield of the class Qf '24 ihanging in the halls of fame if our past record may be regarded as an omen of what we are yet to do. . H. E. '24, LOVVELL QUIGGLE' President Junior Class eccecccccel 9 2 3 wee 19 66666666 THE SKY+ROCKET 66666666666666 VIOLA ALLSUP "Vi" , "A maiden ever bold of spirit." RUTH CAMBRON "Ruthie" "A priceless tveasure of the class, a helpful and a lllEl'l'y lass." LEOTA CARPENTER "Toadie" "She is gentle, she is shy, but there is mischief in her eye." A HOWARD DE V0'RE '-Howdy" 4 "Assume a virtue if you have none." MERLE DUNCAN "Doc" "I am satisfied with myself, so why should I worry?" fweeeeeeee 1 t9 2 Seeee 20 ww wwwwww THE SKY-ROCKET oeoeweeeeoo ee HAZEL ESTES 'Susie" "If the1'e's mischief brewing, she is at the 'bottom of it." GERALDINE FERGUSON "Twi11"' i'B'essed is she who sitteth not in the seat of the flu11ke1'." GERALD FERGUSON "Dago" "Content to let the would go on as it is." ROSA GLASGOW "Rosie" 'fIt's wiser to be good than bad." LELA HOLLINGSWORTH "Johnnie" "Let us enjoy life while we may." feo eel 92 3 21 ee eeeeeeeeeeeeee THE SKY-ROCKET eeeeeeeeeeee V , E RAYMOND JACOBS "Buddy" "Little Boys should be seen and not heard." s LOWVELL QUIGGLE "Quig" "Good sense, which only is the gift of Heaven, and though no science fairly w orth the seven." LORRAINE RISINGER "Dickey" "Just being happy is a flne thing to do." IRENE WELLS - "Rena" "She speaks, behaves, acts just as she ought." THEODORE WILBUR "Ted" "A man must devote some of his time to other things than study." -eeeeeeeeeel 9 2 3- 22 eeee eeeeee THE SKY-ROCKET 6 OPHO GRE CLASS HISTORY 'Dhe members of the class of '25 are bound together by unusual'y close ties of comradship because of their association through many yeals of school life. Eleven of the present twenty-seven members, entered the Milo Public School with Miss Sallie Smith as iirst grade toarhor. They are as follows: Boa-niro Wright Evelyn Nutling, Mary Morehouse,. llolon Manley, Frames Manley, Mildred Oldalirr, Dale Niles, Nelson Godlove, Marvin Amsberry, Raymond Bales and George Nolte. 'they continued their education up to the present time under the following teachers: Sallie Smith, first and second gradesg Edna Mae Schrier, third grade, Francis Wadle, fourth grade, Grace McN'iel, tlfth grade: Sadie Davis, sixth gradeg Maude Rickey, seventh and eighth, and HQ. H. Davis, Aileen Al'IHSt1'O1lg, a11d Helen Nieman, ninth grade teachers. The class increased in number when Howard Wikle entered the third gradeg Howard De Vore the fourth, Frances and Keitvh Botkin the fifth gradeg Lorraine Alnsberry the sixth, Earl Hook, Louis Howe and Velma Morgan the sevonthg Edra Puderbaugh the eighthg Thelma Bloom, Doris Feiglht, Gerald Cleveland, Bertha Heller, Olma Hukill, Beula Moon, ninth: and Juanita McClellan, tenth. September 5, 1921, tl1e Freshman class, thirty-two in number, entered the crowded and unfamiliar Assembly Room of Milo High School, amidst a scene of confusion, where dignified upper classmen "broke their necks" to get a back seat. The greetings given to the Freshmen by the Soph-mores and other students were not "Good-mornings" but just plain old every-day sneers of 'tHowdy Freshies?" Of course the newcomers were froightened and discouraged at lirst but. before many days they were able in overcome these feelings and "thrived and grew in a marvelous way" which was, indeed, surprising to everyone. After a week or two, the first class meeting was called for the purpose of electing officers. This resulted in the election of Earl Hook for president and vice-president combined. The Freshies were sure that he wouldn't die and of course he couldn't feeeeeeeeee 1 9 2 3oeeeeeeeee ww w THE SKY-ROCKET w ww resign, so they felt they oould do nicely without a vice-president. Lorraine Ainsberry was elected secretary and treasurer. The class was then divided into two divisions with Bernice Wright and Velma Morgan chosen as leaders. The first class meeting took place one rainy nigiht at the A. R. iAllsup home, a short distance east of Milo. Regardless of -the weather, a fair sized group gathered and spent an enjoyable evening. However, three class parties were the total s-uni of such evenings, though the other two parties did not conflict with the weather 1nan's plan for fl lain, for they were both nice, moonlight nights. September 4, 1922, thefollowing year, found the tree of life still growing and the buds of last year -had now burst into blooming Sophinores. One new pupil entered the class while a. few staggering ones fell by the wayside and were left out of the joys of what. would halve been their second year in high school. 'They will some day regret the step they took ibut now they are blind to their future needs. The remaining twenty-seven are looking forward to the two years that are left of their high school work. y Officers for this year are Nelson Godlove, presidentg Bernice Wright, vice-presidentg Howard Wikle, secretaryg and Doris Feight, treasurer. Thus our career as a Sophniore class is nearing its close but next year we are hoping to appear again on the scene with the same cast but with an entire change of program. QWe lest one of our members, Velma Morgan, who was married to Floyd Moon, on March 18, 1923.5 L. A. '0534 ewe i 9 2 Swwwww 24 g 'axmxq 'QMOH 'xuaqsluv 'W 'qSno.uaq 'samq 'enum 'upfqog '51 :Moa qsug 'aqloyq 'Sow J 'IYQIUUIAI 'J '1ll5!9 AOIPOS 'e 'xuaqgnnq :Moa puooeg 'puH1aA91Q II9lO0W 'UB 'asnoquoow Snuqaapnd "I 'll 'Aluaqs luv UIOUIH 'QLISIJAX 2 2 2 2 'EH X 2 2 2 2 2 '-I I P1 CD 75 -:sz E U 71 P1 '-I 2, 3 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 D kxaxiepgg :mm xi N HW QI 2191191-I 'SU 108 'UPI 00W 'u UH 'IHH UHSJOW 'AQIUHW 'H oqdog 9.10 sselg 'PU o : -624242-www 1 .9 2 3 6669494904966 25 weeeweee eeeeee THE, SKY-R0CKET'eeeeeewwewwee4we LORRA1 N E A MSBERRY The Soplunore Class has chosen Miss L0l'l'8.l1l9 Amsberry as the 1110512 represellta- tive lnelnber. She is popular among pupils and teachers, because of her winning per- sonality and -high scholarship. Although . modest and shy, Lo1'l'ai11e proves 11 trusty friend and n "good-fe1low" to all. veoeoeeeeef 1 9 '2 3eeeeQXwoee' 26 0G OOOO THE SKY-ROCKET T A N X 11 X ,,.--,i ag, R N X '7' ,X I , W X W ff W 7 1 40 av, 3 T K ' x X' 5' X vx X, 'i.j1"i' f Nix Ll 0 FRESHMEN wwwwwl 9 2 3 wwweowe 27 049 490 R 212 9 2 3 2222222 as 011 EISS 1 Back row -. L4 GJ .- QD QD M if as E ,- S 2 v3 : G2 .- S E :Q S5 CJ :J I 3 ,- 3 ,il 3 : 'C E -R wa - 2 rf' A L. S-9 :D 2: ra -4 ? ,.. Vo -v-4 :T ': 3 -,a -4 an o E L. Sallie Gurclner, Alice Vicki-oy. E 'P' a- L4 Q9 ..2 ,5 NJ sl CS r-4 -4 9? 9 .2 GJ FN r- 'Q B-I -Q U21 IZ O Q. -GJ o ii 'T' .. an D-1 :E Q 4 I-0 4-7 4-7 C5 Z 'F ci 3 .1 r-1 E., 5 .11 LF" -4 1.5 ?1 C GJ H" Q-4 Q 5, UI CI 5 P Fx 2 c: L6 4-7 U2 95 ... 9 P an C : fC rtney. ll C0 old P, Allsu Glen Hardman, yne Ll. Der-mu gh, W mnuy es, Tc Wikle, Kenneth Arnsbcwv, Charles Nil 11116 Du 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 '-1 I F1 U2 71 nf FU O O 73 F1 '-vi 2 2 2 2 2 wgun , Bert S avzmge. u rel M1 Irvin M rr' y H an owewwwwwwww THE SKY-ROCKET wweewwwww CLASS HISTORY On the morning of September fourth, 1923, the Freshman elass twenty-Seven strong, found their way into n awe-inspiring assembly of the Milo High School. A feeling ot' nervous anticipation and fear eoursed through our veins. There was no hand to play "Here the Conquering Hero Comesng instead, sniclaers and giggles could lie heard from all over the vast. room. This was our Welcome to the long coveted status of a High School student. It was not long ,hon'ever, before we had settled ourselves into the routine ol' High Schrol life. We blundered some, of course, but we observed he ways of the upper classmen and profited thereby. Early in the year we organized ourselves as a class with the following officers: Pres. Mary Beelerg See. l'erl Wolcottg Treas. Bernice llulile. During tl e month ot' January we enjoyed a class party at. the eountry home of Glen llllsup and again, in March, we gathered at the basement of the Methodist Chureh for an evening of fun. Out ot' lueuty-seven in the class six of us have been together sinee our tirst day ot' seluzol. when Miss Sallie Smith undertook the Iilst. steps in our edueatire earrers. Already our elass is beginning to distinguish itself in the school activities. Harry and Bert. Savage are on the basket-hall and base-ball teams. We have several memlders in the Glee Clubs and one 'l'CllliCSClltiltiYC, Fern llisinger in the orchestra. The Freshman class has one other honor, that ot being the first to present a pieture to the High School. We are all determined to bring more honors to the class ol' '26,--ll. I. '26, BERNICE HUBLE, who was chosen as the most popular member of the Freshman class, is admired hy all for her quiet and prim air, her attractive appearance, a11d her superior scholarship. She is a leader in all class activities, vet. possesses a very unassuming manner. Iler pleasing per- sonality has made her every atquaintance a friend. weeeowwl 9 2 Seewwww- 29 i eeeewseeeeeeeeewee THE SKY-ROCKET seeeeeeeeessewssoss Seventh and Eighth Grades Class Rolls TEACHERS Miss Hazel Trussel Miss Maud Rickey 7th Grade-Wyotu Bales, Hazel Jacobs, Helen Drake, Aileen Sandy, Floyd Morgan, Maxine Harlan, Leland Crawford, Burrell Smith, Vevland Craft, Earl Fellows, Russell Craft. Sth Grade--Gladys Niles, Mildred Metcalf, Bernice Shoemaker, Verl Jacobs, Beulah Hicks, Grace Cambron, Gladys Runynn, Buna Goering, Leslie Trotter, Melba Shaw, Lulu Vinson, Mary Williams, Mamie Roe, Harley Davidson, Verle Long, Reuben Fellows, Jerome Pritchett, Charley Bodkin, Herbert Nutting, La Verne Wanderling, Guy Bales. 1 1923. 30 3 2 'Fi I P1 CD 7: 'F W O 5 "1 2 2 o o o o Q o fi 3 O . o 2 oooooocw 499 009000000000 O0 ' GO OQ OOOGOQQQ QOOQQO The Parent-Teachers' Association oo 6X9 Z On December 5, 1922, at Parent-Teachel' Z 2 ,Association was organized for the purpose 2 3 of cooperation between teachers and par- 2 Z ents in making a better school. Meetings 2 are held on the second Tuesday of each mont-h, the programs consisting of music and talks on school problems. - 'OG 490049949 0The officers are: Mrs. A. H. Quiggle, o president: Harry Jacobs and Ben Hicks, 3 Q vice-presidents: Hazel Trussel, secretaryg 0 2 Mrs. L. Motherhead, treasurerg Blythe 2 3 Cla.yton, chairman of program committee. 3 O The Association now has sixty-three mem- o 0 o 0 bel'S. 0 0 o 0 o 0 o 2 o . w eeeeweewwweewweewwweees 'weeeeeeee I 9 2 3 wweeweo, 31 wwwwwwwwwwv THE SKY-ROCKET wwwwwwwwww A 1 ,fz,,Q,-471655 6 f K ,.- I X! N 'Q' XX 6 , X I ,,,- f f . L, 'f ' vm I Il' 6 fm ma 64W "!f".f'i11' "IV U 1'w"bfW f X V ------l W H 666666 wwl 9 2 3wwwww W 32 wwww THE SKY-ROCKET eeeeeeeeeeweeeewee BOYS' BASKETBALL Back row- Cox, guardg Hook, guard: Trotter, guard and center, Davey, forward. Front l'0Wf'-'Dlll1C2lll, forwardg Amsberry fCapt.j center, H. Savage, forward. Other players were H. Wikle. guardg and B. Savage, guard. Coach--Supt, Bingaman. Athletic Events We started t.he basket ball season with a new team and litt.le practice by playing Lacona. October 20, 1922, on our home court and lost to them by a score of 27 to G. October 27, we played a game with the Liberty Center boys at Milo. This was a good game and resulted in -the score of 13 to 10 in favor of the Liberty Center boys. November S we played a second game with the Lacona boys at Milo. This was a hard and close game with a score of 10 to 8, in favor of Milo. November 17, our game with the Dallas boys was ruined by the rain. We played about n quarter of a game with a score of 10 to 2 in favor of Dallas. November 24 we played a second game with the Liberty Center boys at Milo. This game showed good playing on all positions. We won the game by a. score of 27 to 22. December 15 we played our first game away fnom home and on a. FLOOR. 'Dhis game was with Liberty Center and was lost to them by the score of 27 to 10. 1 9 2 39494949 49495 33 ee ee ee ee THE SKY-ROCKET ww ewewww GIRLS' BASKETBALL Back row'-'0ldaker, guardg Wright, guard: Whitlow, centerg Town, guard. Front PONY-'-Bl0.211l, side cfnterg Greenwell, guardg Allsup, forward: L. Cambron, forward. Coach-Miss Clayton. Girls' Basketball On October 20, the Milo Basket Ball Girls started their' season with a new team also. This game was played at Milo and ended witih a score of 28 to 14 in favor of the Lacona girls. November 8, the girls played a second game with the Lacona girls on the home court. Oiur girls easily won this game with a score of 10 to 5. November 17, the girls played a game with the Dallas team at Milo, This ga-me was lost to Dallas by the sqore of 34 to 10. N'0VEIl1lJ91' 24, we played our last game of the season with Liberty Center on their floor. This game was lost by the score of 20 to 3 to the Liberty Center girls. The lack of a gymnasium greatly handicapped our basket ball teams. A dirt court was made on tihe school ground, but this, of course, could not be used in cold or rainy weather. eweeeeeee 1 9 2 Beeeeeeeeeei 34 OOOOQOQQOOQQOGPOOGQOG THF, SKY-ROCKET eeeeeeee eeee BASEBALL Back ww- B. Savage, Quigglc, Darcy, tlodloyc, Wilbur. Seated- Duncan, H. Savage, Wilde, Supt. Blllgillllilll coach, llook, Alnsbcrry capt. Baseball Activities Cecil Hook was elected base 'ball captain of the Milo High School for the fall season of 1922. We had most of our last year's ball team. Septelnber 22 the Milo High Base Ball team journeyed to Liberty Center for the tirst game of the season with the following line up: C. Hook, Catcherg Amesbenry, Pitchg Wilbur, Short Stopg Ruble, First Baseg Duncan, Second Baseg Quiggle, Third Base, Davey, Right Field: Savage, Center Fieldg E. Hook, Left Field. The score was 8 to 2 in favor of Milo. October 6 the team played Liberty Center at Liberty Center. The diamond was muddy and hard on our boys without ball shoes. T-he score was 6 to 1 in favor of Liberty Center. Only tive innings were played. Friday evening, March 2, 1923, the Milo High boys met and elected Lowell Quiggle captain of the team for the year of '23, We have most of the boys back again this year and we expect great bhings of them. 35 4969000090606 2 NM cl? may ...K M, Our HEYG ORGANIZATIONS GLEE CLUBS I ORCHESTRA LITERARY SOCIETIES DECLAMATORY CONTESTS noooonwl 9 2 3ww w, 3. THE SKY-ROCKET www TI-IE SKY-ROCKET wwwwwwwwww l .'f . H. S. ORCHESTRA Godlove, tromboneg Estes, coruct: Risinger, flutog Trussol and Wulls, suxophonvs Puderbaugh, piauog Hollingsworth, Wright, and Hzwris, violiusg Clayton, cello. In November, an 0I'Chl3Stl'Zl, was organized under the direction of Miss Clayton. Although rather few in l1llI1lbC1", the 1l1Cll1bOl'S llmvc done their best to fll1'l1iSl1 music at various programs. wwwoowl 9 2 3 wwwwwe 37 wwwwww ww THE SKY-ROCKET www DECLAMATORY The home declamatory contest of the Milo High School was held in the Opera House on February 16, The eleven contestants wcrc: Oratorical-Lowell Quiggle, Bertine Van Syoc, and Keith Botking dramatic-Oma Hukill, Helen Manley, Edra Puderbaugh, Frances Manley and Dorothy Harris, humorous'-Irene Wells, Lela Hollings- worth and Hazel Estes. The decision of the Judge was as follows: first in Oratorical, Lowell Q-uiggleg first in dramatic, Dorothy Harris, and first in humorous, Hazel Estes. The Four School Contest was held in the Milo Opera Horse on February 23, St. Marys, Martinsdale, Indianola and Milo being repre- sented. The decision of the judges was: In Oratorical, first, Lowell Quiggle, Milog second, Bernice Hastie, Indianola- In Dramatic, first, Hazel June Weber, Martensdale: second, Dorothy Harris, Milo. In Humorous, first, Thelma Haines, St. Marys, second, Hazel Estes, Milo. As a school, Milo won first. Lowell Quiggle represented M. H. S. in the District Contest held at Valley Junction where he placed third. In the district county contest, held at Beech, March 27, 1923, Lowell Quiggle won first in Oratorical, Edra Puderbaugh second in Dramatic, and Hazel Estes first in Humorous. Hazel and Lowell thus became our representatives at the county contest hel'd in Carlisle, March 30th. Each won a second place for which they received silve-r medals- +wwwww1 9 2 3 wwwww as l oeoew eeeewee THE SKY-ROCKET wwwwwwwwfww GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Back row-Miss Jenner, di1'eet.o1'g R. Ci1ll1iJl'0ll, Wells, H. Manley, L C3ll1bl'0ll, Town, Wvight, Allsup, Fellows, Sandy, Jacobs, F. Manley, Risinger' Nutting' HiLl'l'iS. Q Middle POW-CllllIlillgilillll, Hnkill, llflm-Ulellnn, Roe, llwulixwll, Foiglilg, Aliislwviwrv, Bloom. Front rowf-'Hollingswortln Estes, Risinger, Ruble, Puderbangh, Morgan, Oldaker. The Girls' Glvo Club was organized in October with thirty inc-mlzors. Miss Jonncr, geacher of the third and fourth grades, directed the club. Several appearances were IIHILIC at school pi-ogranns and lllCCi-illgS ol' the Pilliflli.--iii03.lCilCliS' Assoointioil, cowl 9 2 3eoooooe-ooo: 39 RY SOCIETY LITE TGRC 2 2? Z 33 9 .:.'-9' CN oo I 3? 3 E TORCH SOCIET Y TH OF OFFICERS ----LOWELL QUIGGLE I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Secretary-- AN AYTON and MR. BINGAMI CL SS ---MI I I I I I dvisors-- A 5-'P-' DSE! E5 F1201 QD 2.0 12 LJ ll?-Q Ixlnl ES 5,22 lm ,I gl 'I E: QI I fs 'I 5: :E I .42 I+-I :jfs Q14-I 2.4: ii 55-I PUD E5-1 QQ 3? gf! ZQ ZQ IZ,-I SEE mfg 411 EI Ei QI QI 'QI I II 'I '1 'I 'I 'I 'I Il IJ 'Ci I-3 -I-IE 2 m E5 5.52 D-ID CON SULS 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 25 E F11 E -s FU 2 55 -I 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 CRITICS I Sherry Lorraine ,Am MiIdred Whitlow, oc and Earl Hook. 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She has held this position up to t-he present time wi-th the exxception of the years 1902-03, during which she took norm ll work at c'edaf.Fa11Sg 1910-11, wihen she took a vacation except for three months spent insxteaching at Carmll, Iowa: and 1911-12, in which she taught the grammar grades in the Milo schools. Miss Smith has always upheld the highest ideals in the school and in the community, and has had a strong influence upon the many students who have begun 'their school careers under her guidance. She is respected and admired by everyone, especially by the young people, whom she is always willing to help and advise. Youthful in spirit and enthusiastic with them. she is their friend. She is known by a.ll as a most capable teacher, an earliest school booster, and a sincere worker for a better Milo. wwwswel 9 2 3 -w 43 wwwwwwwwww THE SKY-ROCKET lumni I w X K fl 9 2 BNWOOOOOO' 44 ' wwwwwwwwww THE SKY-ROCKET ww w Alumni of Milo High School 1887-1922 1887 ' Superintendent Beard Carrie Hall, deceased. Edna Shaw-Fellows, deceased. ' Nellie Shaw-Dunn, deceased. Sallie Sinith, Milo, Iowa. , P ' I p 1888 May Scott-,l.ii1iiZeyQ Milo, Iowa. Mattie Sniitli-Fel'1ows, Milo, Iowa. There were then no eraduai-ina classes until after the erection of a new school building in 1895. and Matson. Pro They Siliieiiiifolideiits during this 'time were lessor Beard returned .in the fall of 1895. F1898 Isabelle Adii1iuso11lI3oyle, El Paso, Texas. Audrey Danna. Sioux Falls, S. Dak. Fred Flesher,Iijdianola, Iowa. Carrie PrieefMotherliead, Los Angeles, Cal. Floy SlIlltll,,fElllCl, Okla. Ella Van -G'iilder1I.opei', Indianola, Iowa. Ruth Van Sync-Van Clark, Indianola, Iowa Ina Wesgrlield-Uldaleer, Albuquerque, N. Mex. Maude 'IQgiite,'vdOee':1sed. . - " , 5 . .1899 Rolla AlllSlfJQI'1'jf, Milo, Iowa. Warren Beard, Canada. . Louie Bingley-lNIcCorrI. ' Ohio. Forest Brown, deceased. . ' Geraldine Condit-Bowie,, Zearing, Iowa. Irie Griffin'-Wells,' Mi1o,' Iowa. ' ' Sallie Haworth-l.atia. J Lulu Irwin, deceased.. ' Bertha Moore,.Pc1'i'3W, Iowa. James McClelland, New Virginia. Iowa. Frank McGraw, Des Moines, Iowa. Laura MeNeer-O'Haver, Milo, Iowa. Aneil N ntting, deceased. . Mollie Peebler-McC-lelland, San Bernardino, Arthur Shaw, Milo, Iowa. Clifford Smith, Boise, Idaho. Gertrude' Smith-Van Court, Boise, Idaho. Ray Smith, deceased. Kate Tussing, Des Moines, Iowa. Belle Twing-lwloon, Morgantown, W. Virginia. Fred Van Giilder, Indianola, Iowa. IIa.r1e.y Van Syocg Milo, Iowa. Addie Wellons-Van Syoe, Milo, Iowa. Fred Wells, Millb, Iowa.. , 1 1900 ' Superintendent MeC1enahan Florence Batten-Goss, Indiano1a,, Iowa. Lcm Batten, Pleasantville, Iowa. Roscoe McGraw, deceased. Milt Sinith, Denver, Colo. Grace Talbott-Batten, Pleasantville, Iowa. Linnie Wick-Sehreeves. lilartensdale, Iowa. 1901 Ray Amsberry, Milo, Iowa. Lela Flesher-Sandy, Sandyville. Iowa. Nell Flesher-Hukill, Pleasantvile, Iowa. Pearl Griffin, Kansas City, Missouri. Sula Hain-Hollingsworth, Melcher, Iowa.. Sadie Hall, Des Moines, Iowa. Leona Higbee-Ainsherry, Milo, Iowa. Mabel Hobbs,.Cl1ariton, Iowa. Ina. Hook-Risinger, Milo, Iowa. Floyd McC'1enahan, China. Grace McNeill, Des Moines, Iowa. Bessie Manley-Stafford, Ankeny, Iowa. Cal. w1923wwwwwf . .45 .. . Phillips, Friend ee eoeeee THE SKY . ROCKET eeeeeeee Earl Moore, Los Angeles, California.. Ina Poling-Wolcott, Milo, Iowa. Frank Price, Denver, Colorado. Junia Runyan-Niles, Mi.lo, Iowa. Kwte Talbott-Rambo, Des Moines, Iowa. Earnest Trueblood, Des Moines, Iowa. Verde Wick-Smith, Des Moines, Iowa. 1902 Superintendent Mcllravy Ernest Bloom, Blackfoot, Idaho. May Harned-, Derby, Iowa. Eli Moorhouse, Cheyenne, Wyoming. May Smalley-Lewis, North Dakota. , Eva, 'I'ussing-Thornton, Valley Junction, Iowa. 1903 Wanna Brown-Lowe, Los Angeles, Cal. Don Daugherty, Hampton, Iowa. Charlie Haldeman, Canada. Oscar Pritchett, Milo, Iowa. Foster Smith, Milo, Iowa. Mayme Sutton-Bartholomew, Des Moines, Iowa. Bertha Wells-Sutton, Des Moines, Iowa. 1904 Superintendent Hersom Mamie Bailey-Pritclhett, Milo, Iowa.. Daisy Manly, Milo, Iowa.. Myrtle Nutting-Smith, Milo, Iowa. Zella Oldaker-Coventrvy,,Wapello, Iowa. George Schrader, Atwater, Minnesota. George Shaffer, West Hope, North Dakota. Emmeline Smith-Brooks, Indianola, Iowa. Iva Van Syoc-Holden, Flagler, Colorado. 19054 Myrtle Flesher-Schroeder, Rock River, Wyoming. Grace Schrader-Simpson, Waterloo, Iowa. Jennie Smith, Milo, Iowa. Helen Thornton, Chicago, Illinois. 1906 Superintendent Smith John Bailey, Audubon, Ia. Ina. Bloom-Long, Milo, Ia. Eva Griffin-Hazerly, N. Dak, Bertha Hook-Irwin, Milo, Ia. Ethel Price-Graves, Houston, Tex, Florence Stranger, Milo, Ia. Lulu Stranger-Nutting, Mi.lo, Ia. Roy Town, Farrar, Ia. 1907 Jennie Brown-O-ldaker, Los Angeles, Calif, Besse Dbwing-Cline, Milo, Ia. Hazel Hook-Schroeder, Des Moines, Ia. Mabel Kimzey-Higbee, Milo, Ia. A Grace McClelland McNeer, Ackworth, Ia. John Nutting, Milo, Ia. Fred Wright, Sanborn, Ia. 1908 Rex Dunn, Cunipston, Calif. Josephine Fellows-Wright, Sawtelle, Calif. Ellsworth Hines, Yakima, Wash. Lena Hollingsworth, Bussey, Ia. Stella McNeer-Ford, Milo, Ia. Roxie Smith-Morrow, Milo, Ia. Hazel Stanger-Cooper, Runnells, Ia. Eva Starr-Burgess, Long Beach, Calif. Arvetta Winning-Kesslar, Indianola, Ia. 1909 Superintendent Cosner Bessie Bailey-Rothfus, Carlisle, Ia. Leo Daugherty, St. Louis, Mo. Fay Fawcett- Cassiday Milo, Ia. Charlie Hobbs, Chariton, Iaf Dorothy Sutton-Taylor, Des Moines, Ia. Lida Tennant-Parkins, Boston, Mass. eevxwwaee l 9 213 oeewwweoo 46 ewwe THE SKY-ROCKET ewwe 1910 Mollie 1Amsberry-Higbee, Milo, Ia. Charlene Cole-Voght, Comertown, Mont. ' Ronald Gordon, Indianola, Ia. ' Ethel Irwin-Botkin, Indiauola., Ia. Lockie Kimzey-Hornady, Indianola, Ia. F Mary Males-Mendenhall, deceased. 'F Maude Ross-Simmons, Des Moines, Ia. Ethel Whitlow-Owdom, Milo ,Ia. 1911 Floy Crabb-Wright, Milo, Ia. Max Dunn L,os Angeles, Calif. Lora. Dunham-.Davey, Milo, la. Olive Frank-Young, Milo, la. Clara Guy-Hornady, Milo, Ia. Mary Nutting, Chariton, Ia. Minnie Steele-Sernple, Topeka., Kan. 1912 Van Niles, Bancroft, la. Clara Stapleford-Beeler, Indianola, Ia. Eula Summers-Stump, Denison, Ia. Clarence Vernon, Ames, Ia. Ariel Wright-Flesher, Farnhaxnville, Ia. 1913 Inez Boothe-Jones, Indianola, Ia. Carl Cleveland, Kansas City, Mo. Noble Hines, Ames Ia. Will Males Milo, Ia. Freda Milliean-Wilbur, Milo, In. Evelyn Sparks, Mills, Ng Mex. Lorey Van Syoc, Milo, la. Frances Wadle-Davis, Iowa City, Ia. 1914 Superintendent Dutton Bessie Clarey-Sill, Des Moines, Ia. Arthur Dutton, Des Moines, la. 1915 Dorothy Guy-Goode, Milo, Ia. ' Frances Kimzey-Gilbert, Milo, Ia. Eura Wolcott-McPherson, Chin, Alberta, Can. 1916 Superintendent Draper Margaret Bissett-Thompson, deceased. Blythe Clayton. Milo, Ia. Evea Hicks-Males, Milo, Ia. Floyd Manley, Milo, Ia. Bryan Mitchell, Chicago, Ill. Lloyd. Mosher, Milo, Ill. Carl Polson, deceased. Charlie Starr, Portland, Ore. 1917. Supertendent J oor Mary Clark-Lepley, Lecona, Ia. Ivan Dutton, Des Moines, Ia. John Fellows, Casey, Ia. Lola Hicks-Kirkman, San Diego, Calif. Venus Hollingsworth-Starr, Portland, Ore. Faye Shoemaker-Manley, Milo, Ia. Ivie Smith, Indianola, Ia. Rashal Stranger, Kansas City, Mo. Vadis Walker-Lukin, Pexshings, Ia. - 1918 Frances Fetters-Spurgin, Beech, Ia. Florence Hunt, Des Moines, Ia. Gail Mikesell, Oakley, Ia. Edna Quiigle, Iowa .City, Ia. Nell Wrig t-Gnam, Carroll, Ia. ' 1919 Q Superintendent Woolsey ' Margeret!Clayton-Greenlee, Luton, Ia. 1 9 2 3 u eeeeeeeeesesseeeeees THE SKY-ROCKET'eeeeeeeeeowoeeeews Fern Irwin-Graham, Des Moines, Ia. Phyllis Jacobs-Walker, Knoxville, Ia. Edward NcNeer Milo Ia., , U Waudent Males-Clark, Costa Mesa Calif. Marjorie Metcalf-Young, ,Milo,.Caiif. 1 V Lucy Vinson-Mclioberts, Des AMoines, la, 1920 .L 2 tr Flossie Allsup-Cox, Grundy Center, Ia. Carl Courtney, Norwalk, 1a.' 1 1- A Hazel Dollison-Gralianx Lacuna Ia. . Maude Graham, Milo, Ia. 1 ,I I Loretta Heller- Ohnemus Lacona, Ia. Ray Ho1lingswort.h, Milo, la. 1 V Vera Oildaker, Liberty Center, Ia. - . , 1921 f . Superintendent Davis Joe Fellows, Indianola, Ia. liene Hale, Milo, Ia. 1 Eugene Johnson, Milo, Ia. Gale Niles, .Ames, la. H H 1. Frank Sandy, Milo, Ia. , Marvin Van Syoc, lndianola, Ia. 1922 , Marie Crabb, Milo, Ia. , , ,, Helen Daugherty-Hook, Ottumwa,'Ia.- Vera Ferguson, Milo, la. U 1 , ,K Lyle Durham, Milo, la. , M ,,f.- L 1 rl Gladys Heller, Milo, Ia.. p , Pauline Holfingwoith-Lawler, L'berty Center, Ia. Ralph Moorhouse, Milo, Ia. ' Wilma Nolte, Milo, Ia. Louise Oldaker, Indianola, Ia. Ruth Stanger, Milo, Ia. Gail Town, Indianola, Ia. Bessie Trotter, Milo, Ia. Superintendents since 1887 --- H, 14 Total Number of Graduates --- ---208 Girls .................... -M140 Boys ............... ,U 68 Number deceased ......... -------- 1 2 Number mariied ................ ----- , ,--- 1 53 Number who entered college ....... M, 60 or 2991, Graduates from a foul'-year college --- .... 19 or SJW, Now in college ..............,,.,. -------- 3 Graduate study in a university --- ----- U 7 Now teaching ............. U 37 Have taught in Milo school ...... H 13 University instructors ...,....,-.., Graduates' children now in Milo school 'Graduates' children who ane graduates --- Graduates now living in Iowa .......... -- 3 --- ....... 38 ----- 10 ----1-14 In M110 ......................,..,,,, ---- 5 5 In lndianola ,,,, ,,,.,.,,..,,,, --- -un 16 In Des Moines .......,.. -------- --------- 1 3 Living in California ,-- ,- ----------- ---- - H 10 Largest class ,...,.,,... ,.,,,.,, - U '24 inn 1599 Smallest class ...,,,...,,-,,,,,,-- ----.- 2 m 1914 Average number in each class ...... , -,,,,,,,,,,,,--,,,- 7,7 Class with largest percentage of 'boys .......... 1921, 1 girl, 6 boys, Classes with no boys ........................ 1887, 1888, 1905, 1915 As to present occupation, 17 of the 68 men graduates are farmers, 4 school superintendent, 4 employees of business concerns, 4 students, 2 carpenters, 2 teachers, 2 chiropractors, 2 merchatns 2 insurance agents, 1 druggist, 1 machinst, 1 editor, 1 butter and cheese maker, 1 traveling man, 1 poet, and 1 artist, Speciai mention should be made of Max Dunn, who has received his Doctor's Deegree from the University of Illinois Chemistry Department, and is listed as one of "Who's Who in Chemistry" in America. 5 48. E. www wwwww THE SKY ROCKETQQ QQQQQQQQQQQQQQ ff! ,Zuni Q im! "-Q?S.5.' f Jvff?4 fj-' v Wx' 1 . ff -:W f . Y F 5.6 V - O Q G , o 111.30 ,-- , ga. Zf -1 gag' ww 1 9 2 gwwwwwf 49 Nelson G.: "The Train, he was coming down the track." Earl H.: "No, the train she was coming down the track." Raymond: "You crazy Wop this was a MAIL train." J. A.: "You look sweet enough to -eat." M. W.: t'I do eat, w-here shall we go?" Raymond J.: "Do you serve lobsters here?" 12th- Dom. Science: "Yes, we serve any- one, sit down right here." Mr. Bingaman: "Love is like falling down stairs, you never know just how it happened." Mr. B.: "Love was invented after I was a b0y'Il Fern J. UNO-! There always was love." QFern knows all about it., Miss Woodward to Henry Scott: "Whats the matter with your brain. 1s it worn out?" Herny: "Noit is perfectly new, because I never use it." Getting Senior pictures is like pulling hens teeth, at least that is what the editor of the Skyrocket savs. Dorothyl 'iWhat are you going to do next year, Gerald?" Gerald D.: "Go to Shoe-College." Dorothy: "Shoe-College? Where's that?" Gerald D.: "A little above Oxford." Miss Woodward: .'tHow avm1id.gnn.59ml- ctuate the sentence, Mary. a 'pretty girl, is walking down the street?" Frank Trotter: "I'd make a. dash after her." Arvetta S.: "Prof 'neverhasksv gmc va quesetion that I know.' James A.: i'Really, I mean to get a head this semester." Henry G.: "You have needed one long enough." The Freshie -stood on 'the :bu-rnin,g-.,deok: And as far as couldbe-eseen. The reason why .he didn't burn, Was because he was so GREEN. Miss Graham.: t'We will have an oral examination tomorrow." U Merl D.: "Will it be written?" Miss Clayton: "What is wind?" Tommy Derrough: "Air in a hurry." In Sociology Class--Miss Davitt: "What is the chief cause of blindness?" Merle D.: "The loss of one's eye sight." Miss C.: "Gerald what is the cause of your tardiness?" Gerald F.: "Pm sorry, but the bell rang before I got here." BLUE MONDAY .THE SKY, Frank: "Can you keep a secret?" Margaret: "I'll tell the world." Frank: "I said keep it." Laugh and the teacher laughs with you. Laugh and you laugh alone. The first is when it's the teacher's joke, and tthe second is when it's your own. Miss XVocdwa.rd in 10th grade History class: "What were the inventions for easier means of con1munication'?" Earl Hofk: "Sewing machines." Gerald D.: "But, I do not think I de- serve an absolute zero" Miss Davitt: "Neither do I, but that is the ltw.st mark I am allowed to give." Miss Woodward--Gerald D.: "Who was Alcott?" "Alcott was a 'fellar' that starved .his childrgn on wind." Piof.: "Where was the Declaration of Independence signed?" Ji-m: "At the bottom." No wonder English is hard-Wood-Words. Raymou Jacobs: "I can't get this il1t0 my head." ROCKET seeoeeseseeseeeeeees Miss Woodward: "I do11't see why. 'llhere's plenty of room." Did you see the Iire...escape. Does the class...r0ll . Did you hear the foot...bawl. Did the dress... suit Thelma B.: "1 thought you were taking geometry last year." Viola A.: "Yes I was, but the faculty encored me." Howard Wikle: "I spent n?ne hours over my Geometry last night." Miss C.: "Did you'??'?" Howard: 'Tes it was under my hed," Thelma B.: "Doris told me that you told her that secret I told you not to tell her." Viola A.: "Cat! I told 'ner not to tell you that I told ther." Thelma B.: "Well, I told her I wouldn't tell you she told me, so don't tell her I did." Mary had a little lamb, Her father shot it dead. ' But still it goes to school with -her, Between two hunks of bread. ec-:seeeesee 1 9. .2 B eeeoeel eeeeeew-vee eeeeTHE SKY ROCKET Miss Woodward in Economics Class: "Merle, when would a diamond have place utility?" Merle D. fblushing furiously and shift- ing uneasy in' his seatjz "WhyH-why -- when I put it on. ther linger, I suppose!" Miss Woodward joining in the laughter of the class, "levy well, Merle, we won't embarrass' you by inquiring when your diamond will have time utility." i Miss C.: "Did you ever hear of chloro- form?" ' - Perry C.: "Of course." 1 Miss C.: "Well, don't breathe it." Mr. Bingaman, in Industrial History: "What is the capital of Russia now?" Gerald F.: ,"'1Nhirty cents." Want Ads Some machine that will lift my feet for me as I walk-Howard Notting. An alarm clock.-Fern -Jacobs. Something to do in my spare till10.- Donothy Harris. A chance to "be frivolous'.--Frank Trotter. To rent a car for country driving this summer.-Lowell Q. -- Harry l. "Did you hear about Per1'y's watch? WHAT PAWNEDT' "No, there's a woman in the case." Perl D. to Miss Woodward' "W:isn't that John Milton blind when he wrote 'Lest Paradise" fParadise Lostj Mr. Binganan: "You people listen with one ear and look out of t'1e window with the other." After showing that the circle is the shape of a lield which would take the least fence, Miss Clayton was asked by Tommy Derrourhz "Is that why pies are made round to save crust?" ' Love is like an oniong We taste it with delight, But wihen it's gone, we wonder, What ever made us bite. There a1'e meters of science, There are meters of tone. But the best of all meters, Is the meet her alone. leeeeeeeeeel 9 2 geeeeeeeeeeu wwwwewewwww THE SKY ROCKET W ww w 1 9 2' 3 9999' 53 -ee-weewwwww THE SKY ROCKET w wwwoo :wwweees 1 9 2 3 wwwweo. 54 woowowsww w THE SKY ROCKETQQQQQQQQQQQQ QQQQ 0000 001 9 2 3666064960661 55 se es THE SKY ROCKETeeee4-veeoeeeeeeeeeeee. Financial Statement of the Sky-Rocket EXPENDITURES Insurance on one thing another 3517.71 Photos for the MULE 9.32 Gas for He:nry's Ford .18 Income tax report 1.03 Spotted necktie for Editor .73 Engraving bill 4.15 Printing bill -19 One bottle of pop and four glasses -05 Glue, pencils, ink, etc. 73.40 Editor-in-chief's salary .995 Business Manager's "rake-oiT" 370.84 Rent on brooder house for office 19.75 Use of Typewriter 54.10 Shoe soles for Jim, fmail carrier for Prof and Hamj .74 To Jim and Ham for amusing Miss Woodward in the office 52.19 To Junior's for their hearty co-operation .13 Teachers for spelling corrections 75.01 Nelson, for composing Lorraine's write up .00 Total S782-99 RECEIPTS Sale of Annuals 310.90 Advertising 7,90 Bribes for not placing the Fac-ulty in joke section 38.40 Total 856.20 fEditor's note: Please don't try to balance receipts and disbursements- we couldn't.J ieeeeeeeeooi 9 2 geeee oe- 56 The following pages are de- voted to our advertisers, who have, in a large measure, made this book possible. We ask that you give them your business when in need of anything in their line. They have shown by the fact that they have adver- tised that they have the proper spirit in things which tend to better the community. We will vouch for the quality of goods they will sell you and for courtesy in your dealings with them. 57 x Shoes for Every Occasion Style, Comfort, Durability You are Cordially Invited to Visit Us RICHMOND' SHOE sToRE East Side E lndianola, Iowa ARE YOUR CLOTHES INSURED? They are if you buy them at ST lRE'S Good Clothes Shop HART SCHAFFNER 85 MARX STYLEPLUS 'CLOTHES "Your Money Back, If We Fail To Satisfy." North Side El Indianola, Iowa 5 8 1 "Put Your Feet in Safe Keeping" Dependable Footwear Carl W. Johnson 104 N. Howard St., Indianola, Iowa. SIGLER LUMISER ooMPANY LUMBER, LATH, DOORS, SASH, BUILDING RAPER, LIME, CEMENT, HARD XVALL PLASTER, HARD COAL-, SEWVE'R PIPE, BRICK AND SAND 1 MILO ----- Iowa. 'sn COLLINGS 6? 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Fur- nishings that will help make your wardrobe complete. You'l1 be interested in the reasonable prices- For Quantity Buying for Six Stores SAVES YOU MONEY Make the E 8m W your headquarters while in Des Moines. E. 81 W. Clothing House 503-505 Walnut St., Des Moines, Iowa. The Bank of ilo SCHEE BROTHERS 8x 'COMPANY Personal Responsibility Over 0neJHalf Million Dollars. MILO ----- IOWA X ' Partners Nathan Schee John F. Schee James Schee Lewis Schee Estate Samuel Shaw C. M. CONDIT Q CASHIER Miss Clayton-in Gen Sc.: "Could yo.u im ear ache, tooth ache, and headache Kenneth A.: "Yes, the rheumatism and "JOKES Miss Woodward: "If Shakespeare wer agine anything worse than the all at once?" Saint Vitus dance." e alive today, wouldn't he be looked upon as a remarkable man?" Gerald D.: "He would be 300 years old. H r' "" BWH1-""'111' DY 64 ri' - Meek 81 Robertson All Lines of Dry Goods. We Feature Phoenix Hose Carter Underwear Flanders Blouses ive Specialize in Fine Domestics at Popular Prices. ' East Side Indianola, I R. The Gift Store When you think of buying' anything in the Jewelry Line, , call and see LEE H. BEYMER. "Gifts That Last" North side D Indianola, Ia. The Leader De- partment Store Indianola ' DRY GOODS NOTIONS, MILLINERY, HOUSE FURNISHINGS AND CANDY Mattie Fellows CHINA, CUT GLASS, PAINTS, STATIONERY AND WALL PAPER MILO----- ---Iowa. ROY SHUPE HARDWARE AND HARNESS Where Quality Counts Phone 44 Milo - - - Iowa DR. P. F. PRICE, M. 11. MILD u H Q IOWA F. P. FIELDING Errors of refraction corrected by DENTIST fitting proper glass. Special attention given to Diseases of Eyes and Lids Childrens, teeth treated correctly. I am a. graduate of the Northern Illinois College of ophfhaunol- Te'-Office'128'--'Res-'76' ogy and Otology. MILO - - U IOWA Office Phone 54. - - - Res. 5. THERE IS NOTHING LIKE GOOD. CLEAN SPORT FOR HEALTH AND HAPPINESS You will get the best Athletic and Sporting Goods at HOPKINS BROS. CO.. 412 7th St. ------ Des Moines, Iowa.. ,plum . ,. ,. . 6b Meet Your Friends Through Pictures Photographs That Please That's Our Motto Om t 6 452: 'viii 6 Wig! vm'P,-S'-' A 1 , lffjg: V .Q BENQ ,QW NN T cl. "G 5.1 .. l T9 . 2 xf Bramson's Studio 613 Walnut Des Moines, Iowa Iowafs Largest Studio" w ww THE SKY ROCKETwww -ill Q. A Q Q. w SX' - b 2 w ,wa , . I D, OUR EDITORIAL STAFF on the day the Sky-Rocket comes out BS 96 Just to prove that they had Baseballgames in Bible times-Eve slid back to first, and Adam second, St. Peter -umpired the game- Rebecca went to the well with a pitcher, while Ruth in the field won the game. Goliath was struck o.ut by little David, a base hit made off Abel by Cain. The Prodigal Son made one home run, Brother Noah gave out checks for rain., Merle D. fAfter having his picture taken with a teacherj "I guess I'm the only one that can sit by a teacher." Perry C. CComing up justiat that timel "Oh no! I guess not." Did you know that in Brazil they never hang a man with a wooden leg? ------They use a r o p e------ SPRING and SUMMER ATHLETIC GGGDS Tennis Rackets Tennis Balls Tennis Shoes Baseball Gloves Uniforms and Shoes - Baseballs and Bats Track Equipment Bathing Suits ' Fishing Tackle Golf Clubs and Balls Felt Monograms ' ' Write for catalog and school prices. A ' Q VAN GINKEL Sz POTTLE Sporting Goods 707 Grand Ave. Des Moines, Iowa ' "Twenty-fbwr Hour Service on Tennis Racldet Restringing." l G9 Citizens Bank CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 340,000 PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY S400,000 F. P. TRUNYAN, President N. W. WALTON, Cashier P. F. PRICE, Vice-President R. A. SHAW, Asst. Cashier ESTABLISHED 1893 PRIVATE OWNERSHIP MILO, IOWA The Milo Theatre -K' FIIRST NATIONAL and PARAMOUNT PICTURES The Best that Money can Buy OUR PICTURES are clean and we try to make our theatre a. safe place to send the children. Our pictures are shown in schools and churches all over the state. 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Profit by their experience and assure success for your Annual. BUREAU OF ENGRAVING, INC. soo sourx-1 FOURTH STREET MINNEAPOLIS 1 ACY eeeoeeoo eoeeoe THE SKY-ROCKET ceases Sept Sept. Sept Sept Sept Sep-t Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec . Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. J an. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. THE CALENDAR 4-Doors unlocked. 6-Baseball practice started. Ssfollll' first sing of the year. 12--Milo Baseball Tournament. 13---Basketball practice started. 18--Milo wins baseball game from Liberty Center 9-2. 29-Prof Davis visited school. Gave talk. 6 -Liberty Center wins baseball game from Milo 6-1. 12-Olive Oil and Ham Gravy Contest. N 20 27 2 -Milo defeated in basketball by Lacuna-Boys 27-6, Girl 28-14. Milo boys win basketball game from Lacona 13-10. and 3-State Teachers' Convention at Des Moines-no school-HOT DOG. S-Basket Ball victory over Lacona-Girls 10-5, Boys 10-S.. 10-Big scihool program at school house-Glee club makes first appearance. 11-Delphic Literary Society gave program in assembly. 15-Basketball team defated by Dallas-Girls 34-10, Boys 10-2. 17--Started subscr'iption sale of "Skyrocket." 21-Big program and moving pictures at H. S. 22 24 -Fifty annuals sold. -Milo defeated .Liberty Center in basketball-Boys 27-22, Girls 34-10. 30-Thanksgiving vacation begins. 5-Parents-Teachers' Association organized. Glee Clubs and Orchestra gave 6 Dl'0g1'3-IH. --Everyone got "shot" for annual. 12wOrchestra. makes appearance with i'Dcc" as soloist. 13-First installment of new physics apparatus arrived. 13 -Eiveryone brought their pennies--Christmas seals. 15--Defeated by Liberty Center-Boys 28-10, Girls 21-6. 15YSome pictures taken over. 20--Over 100 annuals sold. 22-Hanging of class pictures . BIG RACE. 22--Christmas vacation begins. 1? School opens again. 4-"Ham" falls down stairs. 12-First Freshman party at thome of Glenn Allsup. 12-Exams. 23--"Prof," caught love note. James didn't eat it. 6.. English classes write theme on "Do we need a. new school building." Home Ec. Girls sell popcorn and candy at P. T. A. 16--Home Declamatory. 23-District Declamatory-Milo wins first. 23fMiss Gra.ham's last day. 26-Miss Davitt arrived. March 2-Freshman party at M. E. basement. March 9School party at Opera House. March 23-Torch Socierty Program. April 6-Boys sweep lower hall. Feb. Feb. Feb. April 7 May May May. -"SKYRCHCKET" goes to printers. 18-Junior-Senior Banquet. 20-Baccalaureate sermon. 24-Commencement Night---Sonie Sensation. 49491 9 2 3eweoe 72 l . MILO HOTEL Headquarters for lunches, Soft Drinks, Ice Cream, Cigars, Candy, and rooms by day or Week. MILO - ----IOWA LOST: Three corks and a bottle and Ford Throttle. Finder return to H. C. G. Reward 13 cents. Miss Davit: What is tho de1ln.ilio11 of :L dead infidel? 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