Monticello High School - Memories Yearbook (Monticello, IL)

 - Class of 1928

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XX 1 f' w w k,,--.-- . - f :vom ,QM ' X N-as Vx Q Q qzxsks its N 'U B ?' sgg X PGP Dedication to Coach Stroehecker and the Football Team .ds a, token, of om' r1,ppreeiationf for their achievements in 1927 X 7 7 K ,f tx l ! 23 X X ' iffy 6 K fc 2 ' I j UQ K V' A X! -' ' -Z ,Af - , WE QNX 7 'nf If Page Five A able of Gontents ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ACTIVITIES ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS CALENDAR ADVERTISEMENTS ministration I Z ff . J, VJ, 5 f f fC ' , Ill j s Q-:I ' f ' I Lim x V ' I 'rag' "' 'ggg m X ,,fff ,S-:ff 2 7 f ' ff Page Se 3.1 .-ww ym .2 -.,. . , ,- n - -'H-... ' 2!'pf,-4 '.-755, E 5.15-v ?A """'Z'f g' l , ,wx fag., X, k . y "H x v-sg A F- up k,y,jz:' 5 W m i ri:iv?f,-rf, Stvfffi-gu n? ff 2- fc' X .X . ,,,, H ,LL 5 , , . f y 4 iv SCHOOL BOARD District168 , 1 ' P -09 ' ,l .U fy ' D .. S f,O f P v 4 , ' - N 4 1 I E. P. Glasgow J. P. Kratz P. M. Whavei-31' T. J. Anderson-President W. A. Scott N. P. Heaih O. L. Cline PgN Pnqe Ten G. W. SUTTON W'est Virginia State Normal H. S. Austin College. M. C. H. S. 'PZ N J. E. WILLS ll. S. I'nivei'sity of Illinois Science and Ag'l'll'llltlll'G M. C. II. S. '26, '27, '28, W. ll. S-'FROIIECKER M. S. University of Illinois Biology and Athletics M. U, Il, S. '26, '27, '28, IC. P. IBARNICS Illinois State Normal University Cmlllncrcial M. l'. ll. S. '25, '26, '27, '2S. IC. J. SOLLICRS James Millikin University Manual lfilllllllg and Physical Edu- vation M. C. ll. S. '27, '28, Page Eleven Page Twelve EIIITH SHAW' N0l'tllW9St6'l'll Univorsity Ii, A, University of Illinois lJI11Stil,urc U"EI1llC2lll0ll l+'1'n110niS Penn. State College lforeisrn Ilfxliiiligc-fn M. C. H. S. 24, '25, '26, '27, '28 HICLICN M. MCM I l,l.AN Chrtllage College M. A. Iillivorssity ot' Illinois Engxlish Ill and IV M. C. Il. b. 28, FRAN1'l'IEA" li. W'0LlCVI'Ill B, A. Rockl'01'cl College M. A. Univvrsiiy of Illinois Algrelmm, :lnrl Sr-iolire M. C, ll. S. '2N. ll'lll.UR IC D ll. FR li DLIN Illinois College, J'ack:so11villv Music M. C. II. S. '27, '28. ll. C. GA ST National School of Music, LaFayette, Ind. Orchestra and Band M. C. 11, S. 'lD8. HAZEL ll. PERRY B. S. James Millikin University Ulliversity of Chicago Summer School Home Economics M. C. H. S. '26, '27, JUANITA A. BROWN B. S. University of Illinois Physical Eilll0i1ll0l1 M. C. H. S. '2S. WILLARD IC. SII ELTON A, B. Eureka College English I, II M. C. H, S. '28, Page Thirteen MILDRED D. FLEMING B. A. University of Illinois Geometry and Trigonometry M. C. H. S. '25, '-26, '27, '28. HICLEN T. BARNES B. A. University of Illinois History M, C. H. S. '25, '26, '28. IGLIZAB ETH SMITH M, C. II. S. '25 I.'bra1-ian and Ofiice Clerk M. U. ll. S. '27, '28, NICLLIIC N. ALVORD James Millikin Conservatory of Music Violin M, C. H. S. '22, '23, '24, '25, '26, '27, 'Q w iii. Page Fourteen elm 0 X KX f ff . Jr. 5 ff if A , ink N X . fb A ,..- -...A ,. 55.1 ' " ,'r 'A' E 507' 'X -Q-N fl f ffffff: 7 'nf Page Fiftc r w W 'x "' 1 lg 4 Q N s g '1 all I f M., , A i Mn:-:I x '. 4 , 'Q Q , - N ' Z X x ip W 1 "LQ-,1x'Q ' Q Q 5' 'H C-,XX NXQQ X-X - 'J K N., N 'QQ-'vs' i X .M wx-S X A X . X. , :xxx . I x ax 'HTL .. . I 'p ug """ ' ' 1-mf. fc! Q' 4' ff! .1 ffm ff! :llh 6,114-FT " 'IAM NX' I l enior PgS t .., .. i Vi Page Eighteen R KAT'Hl1IRlNlQ ADAMS Cerro Gordo High School '25, Cir- cus '26, '27, '28, G. A. A. Sec. '27, Pres. '28, Rotaro '27, '28, Pres. '28, Girls B. B. '26, '27, May Fete, 27, "The Jonah," "Pickles" CLIFFORD AHLRICH .Football '26, '27, '28, Circus '25, '26, '27, '28, Rotaro '27, '28, "The Jonah". OLIVE AHLRICH Vice-President '28, Circus '25, '26, '27, '28, Rota1'o'27, '28, Treas. '28: Glee Club '25, '26, Basket Ball '25, '26, '27, '28, Mgr. '27, G. A. A. '27, '28, May Fete '27, Musical Revue '28, Operetta '25, '26, CATHERINE ALBERT Rotaro '27, '28, Oratorical, Piatt Co. '27, '28, Okaw Valley '27, Glee Club '25, '26, '28, Musical Revue '25, Shortliand-Typing Team '28. WALTER BAKER Sit. Elmo High School '25, '26, '27, Glee Club '28, Operetta '28, Circ-us '27. MARY BRADY Rotaro '27, '28, Glee Club '25, '26, G, A. A. '27, '28, Operetta '25, '26, Shorthand-Typing team '28, Book- keeping team '28. AGNES BROOKS Bunnell High School '25, Rotaro '27, '28, Glee Club '26, '27, '28, B. B. '26, '27, '28, Mgr. '28, Orchestra '26, Cirrus '26, '27, '28, May Fete, May Queen '27, G. A. A. Treas. '28, Operetta '26, '28, Shorthand-Typing Team '2S. ROY BROWN White Heath '25, AE. Class Vice- Pres. '26, Pres. '27, Track '27, '28. IIl'1.X'l'll lll'MS'l'l'lAlJ Class Sur-rvtury '25, Rotaro '27 '28, Pres. '28, Glee Club '28, Band, 0rl'l1vsti'a: Footlmll '27, '28, Basket- bnll '27, '28, Senior Circus '25, '26, '27, '28, Operetta, '26, '27, "The Jmml1." MAI!GAlllC'l' BURCIIAIVI Roturo '27, '28, County 0l'iLt0l'i0'11 '27, Circus '27, Operetta '24, '25, IIICLICN CA'I'l,lN Rota1'0'27, '28, Circus '24, '25, '26 '27, Glev Club '25, '26, '27, '28, Op- oretln '24, '25, '26, '27, G. A. A. '27, '28, Girls ll. ll, 525, '26, '27, '28' Capt, '27, Many Fore '27. 1 v 'l'lllC'.lVlA CONRAD Claris Swv, '26: Rotaro '27, '28, G. A. A. '27, Glee Club '25, Circus '25, '26, '27, '28, Uperetta '26, IGVICLYN DOSS llolzmi '27, Glen? Club '25, '26, Op- orvttw '25 IG M M A FLORA Rnturo '27, '28, Cirrfis '26, '27, ll":ly IN-lv '27, G. A. A. '27, '28, Mus- imul Uvvuo '25, Glow Club '25, '26, ll Il "'5 "Wi '27 "'8'Op9l'0U'1 '24 ...J-,......,..1, . L-, :lpn CAIRUI. l1'0S'l'lCll Clzlrwz l'1'v::. '25, F-90. '27, Rotaro '27, '28, Typinsr, Sll0l'fllfll1d team '28, GNU- Club '25, '26, 27, 28, Or-- Cll""'l"l '25 '26 '27' Circ-'1q'25 '26 '27, '28, May Fate '27, G. A. A. '27, '28, Umm-vltn '26, '27, B, B. '25. '26, '27, '28, Musical Revue '25, "The Jtlllilllf' ..4 -,.l, ,f,, 1, , INARILI-Il,l. I+'OS'I'lCli Cl:1's 'l'1'1-zve. "27, Slim'll1:mrl-Typ- inf: '27, '28, Ilooklzeeviiig '28: Band '25, Ollivinl Typist "Bea:-on" '28. ,,,.,,,,,,...,, .,.,.,.,,,.,, ,,,,, ,.- . ., , . ,,.. .,,,, :Jw 'XXL . .A Jil? A .7 Page Nineteen I I L l I P i I l Page Twenty MARY FUNK Rotaro B. B, '26, A. A. '27 HAROLD Rotaro '27, '28, Club '28, ball '26, etta '26, x '27, '28, Circus '26, '27, '27, '28, May Fete '27, G. '28. HANNAH '27, '28, Circus '-25, '26, Orchestra '27, '28, Glee Basket ball '27, '28, Foot- 27, Track '27, '28, Oper- 27, "The Jonah." RALPH HARRIS Football '24, '25, '26, '27, Captain '26, '27, Basket-ball '25, '26, '27, '28. CATHERINE HAWBAKER Vice-Pres. '27, Rotaro '27, '28, Sec, '27, Operetta '24, '25, Circus '24, '25, '26, '27, Glee Club '25, '26, G. A. A. '27, '28, Vice-Pres. '27, Musical Revue '25, "The Jonah." VIRGINIA HOSKINS Rotaro '27, '28, Operetta '24, '25, '26, '27, Circus '24, '25, '26, '27, Glee Club '25, '26, '27, '28, G. A. A. '27, '28, B. B. '24, Okaw Valley Music Contest, '27, Musical Revue '25. FRANCIS HUBBARD Rotaro '27, '28, Operetta '25, Bas- ket-ball '27, Orchestra '26, G. A. A. '27, Glee Club '25, '26, Musical Re- vue '25, Circus '25, '27, Typing team '28. MARY FRANCES LYNCH Rotaro '27, '28, Treas. '27, Circus '26, '27, Commercial Contest '27 '28, Operetta '25, '26, '27, G. A. A '27, Orchestra '26, B. B. '27, Mus- ical Revue '25. DEAN MCCARTNEY Cisco High School '25, '26, '27 Rotaro '28, Band '28, Circus '27 Oratorical Contest '28. a VICRSA MCCLELLAN Rotaro '27, '28, Circus '24, '25 '26, '27, G. A. A. '27, '28, 01-arm-ical, Platt County '26, '27, Opervtta '24, '251 Glee Club '25, Basket Ball '26, 997 Cl,lC'l'A M CICLROY Rotaro '27, '28, Circus '28, Orches- trzt '25, '26, Glee Club '25, '26, '27, '28, Operottu '25, '26, G. A. A. '27' llusketbull '26, '27, Many Fete '27. IHCSS- MAIER Rotaro '27, '28, Vice-Pres. '27, Circ-us, '25, '26, '27, '28, Glue Club '25, '26, '27, '28, 0l'l.lI0l'll'1ll Contest, Okuw Valley '27, ltlusicul Revue '26, Opcrvtta, '24, '25, '26, '27, "The Jon- 'lli " 1 . MARY MILLIGAN Svnim' Circus '2-1, Mny Fete '27. IRICNIC NISSON lVllNNII'l PERRY llotnro '27, '28, Oporotla '24, '25, f'lovl'lub ""3 'W' K' X A '27 '26 i ..,..x,u.7....., L. IIOIRICRT SAVAGE Football '26, '27, Basket Ball '28, Track '25, 28, Operetta '24, '25, '26, '27, Boys Quartet '25, '26, '27, Glee Club '28, Band '25, '26, '27, '28, Or- cliestram '25, '26, '27, '28, Circus '24, '25, '26, '27, "The Jonah." GEORGE STANLEY Sec-'llre-as. Class '28, Rotarn, 27, '28, Football '26, '27, 'Track '27, '28, Orcliestrzi '27, '28, Glc-e Club '28, Business Mgr. Beacon, l l l Page Twenty-o i l HE 4 u V 4 l Pnqe Twenty-two, WINFIELD IIOLMICS Class Pres. '27, 'l'1'eas. '25, Circ-tis. '25, '26, '27, '28, Basketball '25, '26, '27, Operetta '26, Band '25, '26, '27, Orchestra '25, '26, '27, "The Jonah." ELOISE COM HES Bookkeeping teanl '28, Shortbzlntl '28, Rotaro '27, '28, One:-etta '26: Gloe Club '27, '28, 'l"hircl prize. Lodge Essay Contest '26, RAY AF-HTON Football '26, '27, Operetta '26, NORMAN PATRICK Band '26, '27, Circus '26, '27, HELEN TIMMONS Rotaro '27, '28, Circus '26, '27, '28, Glee Club '27, '28, G. A. A. '27, '28' B l' '27 '28' One-rvtt't '26 '27 ,.n...,...l, . ,.., '28. I,ITCIi,l.lC WEDDLE Rotaro '27, '28, Sec. '28, Opcrcttn '25, Musical Revue '25, 0l't'lll-'Sll'1l '26, '27, Circ-us '26, '27, '28, tl. A. A. '27, '28. BETTY WORTH Rotaro '27, '28, Glee Club '25, '26, '27, '28, ODGITHII '26, '27, Vir- cus '28, G. A. A. '27, May Foto '271 llasketlwll '26, '27, Bookkeeplnfr Team '28. MARTIN KRATZ Class Pres. '26, Rotaro '27, '28: Football '25, '26, '27, Basket llall '26, '27, '28. Captain '27, '28, Trac-lc '25, Band '25, '26, '27, Circus '25, '26, '27: Glee Club '28, Operettn '26, '27, "The Jonah." MARIAN WHEELER Rotaro '27, 28: Oneretta '24, '25, '26, Glee Club '25, '26, Musical Re- vue '26, Circ-ns '24. '25, '26, '27, G1 A. A. Treas. '27, "The Jonah," ELIZABETH MILLIGAN. Senior Circus '2.4. GLASS fH15ToRu The Pioneers of '28 CHAPTER I. Early in the fall of 1924, a band of seventy-three courageous stu- dents led by Carol Foster, set out to explore the vast dark wilderness of High School life. Would our adventures net ultimate successf-or hopeless failure? It was for us to find out. Though our green-clad forms couldhbe readily detected against the brown walls of the great forest of M. C. H. S., we soon learned to ad- just ourselves to our environment. Our brilliancy in scholarship was soon self-evident, our industrious nature asserted itself when we held a bakery sale to increase the amount in our treasury. We entered so- ciety by the well-known road of a Freshman Reception. Sad to relate, however, we lost a few of our fellow-men in the semi-annual conflict with Semester Examinations, while a few others fell by the wayside- vict-ims to the arrows of Flunker's lists. CHAPTER II. In September of the following year, we set out again, this time, as befitting a group of fifty-eight Sophomores, hoping to conquer the mysterious realms of Geometry-and Caesar, of course! Under the guidance of Martin Kratz, we proceeded a goodly way on our journey, successfully evading the Flunker's List most of the time. We became quite proud of ourselves, some of our band having' attained prominence in the field of athletics. But not all of our pride was justifiable, as we discovered at the end of the semesters, much to our disappointment. Geometry, in the form of examinations, was taking its toll. But in spite of all discouragements, we struggled on, though our little group was diminishing from time to time. CHAPTER III. The fall of 1926 found forty-eight experenced pioneers entering upon their journey, with Winfield Holmes as a worthy leader. No more did we fear Semester Examinations. Our place was well estab- lished in School Activities. Our feeling of responsibility was not over- estimated. The fate of the Junior Play and the Junior-Senior Ban- quet depended on us alone, and we may say, with the correct degree of modesty, that our efforts were received laudably, and that our work was carried through to a creditable finish. Success was within our reachg our Senior year would decide whether we were to win or lose. CHAPTER IV. We, the pioneers of the Class of '28, are well on the way toward our goal. As one exemplyfying' the spirit of our class, we chose for our president this year, Heath Bumstead. The Seniors, comprising a group of forty-three members, are noted for scholastic ability and ath- ietic superiority. The Senior Circus, proclaimed by many "the best ever" has come and gone. We are now looking forward to the presen- tation of our class play, and, after that the end of our journey through lligh School-graduation. But the Great Adventure is yet 'vo come. Let us keep that pioneer spirit-so essential a part of the Class of '28-with us through life. Let us continue to cherish that spirit-that dauntless courage, that ability to surmount all obstacles which arise before us-as one of the priceless possessions acquired while we were students in M. C. H. S. ELOISE O. COMBES '28. Page Twenty-three 1948 It was the year 1948. The members of the class of 1928 of Monti- cello Community High School had scattered to the four corners of the earth. One cold wintry night, I was sit'ing at home with my wife and family, thinking' of my former classmates and wondering what had been their fate, when suddenly I heard a gentle knocking on the door. Upon opening the door, a very disreputable looking person fell into the room, half frozen and dir'y beyond recognition. I realized at once that the creature was in dire need of medical aid. I radio-phoned Dr. Ray Ashton to come at once and in exactly seventeen seconds. his "non energy" airplane alighted on my specially cons"ructed landing field on the roof of my home. Dr. Ashton at once took matters in hand. The first thing done was to clean the face of the tramp, which required several hours, since it was no doubt twenty years since the last time it had been washed. The patient slept, soundly during the entire operation. He seemed to be in a very deep sleep. Acr-ide'-tally, Dr. Ashton, during the process of cleaning, spilled a little liquid soap into the yawning charm just below the "pirate" nose. The figure straightened up at once, and his face lit up with a broad grin as he said in a deep voice- "Give me a cigarette bo." "As sure as you're born that's 'Dirty' Savage, exclaimed Dr. Ash- ton. He hasn't4 changed a bit." "YVho are you?" said 'Dirty' blankly. "Why, I am Dr. Ray Ashton, the most noted doctor in America, and a former clasfmate of yours." "You're not" .......... but it was too late. He had fallen asleep again. Dr. Ashton immediately mixed up a soap bubble' cock-tail, as only Dr. Ashton can, and forced it between the 'nigger' lips. "Dirty" again raised up. "Why you're Ray Ashton and, you, he said, pointing his finger at me, "you're the guy I used to copy off of when we went to School way back in 1928. Shortly afer graduating, being disappointed in love, I decided to become a wanderer and see the world, and in these travels to the four corners I have come in contact with all my former classmates. "Say" I injec1ed, "What ever happened to Heath Bumstead?" "Heath is President of Jacksonville Women's College. And Clifford Ahlrich has just discovered a serum to make canary birds sing bass. Lucille Weddle is a member of the Salvation Army in the Samoan Islands. She has been especially successful in her work with the bar- barous natives. Lois Bradham is pastry cook for the Hotel Monticello. And Kate Adams is a midget with the Barnum and Bailey Circus and her latest flame is Archie Lilly, who carries water for the elephants. Helen Catlin is a star in Stanley Slevers' new production, "The Un- covered Wagon." Mary Brady and Minnie Perry are digging fossils in Arizona. Their greatest ambition is to excavate an en' ire dinosaur in one piece. Page Twenty-four Darrell Foster is song and dance man and is billed for next summer at the Lyric Theatre, where he will introduce his newest song, "She was only a Fireman's daughter, but she sure could shovel coal." And Carol lives in Bement and is helping her husband in his never ending search for snappy sport news. Yes, and while I was passing' through Bement I heard a familiar voice falling on the otherwise soothing air. It was Mary Funk deliver- i11g a lecture from the platform of a Chautauqua tent. Catherine Hawbaker is conducting a Correspondence School. As usual she is never lacking suitors and at present Roy Brown and George Stanley are ranking first andifsecond respectively in the line of propos- als. I also heard it rumored that she had refused Stanley Strohl-? Norman Patrick and numerous others. Bess Maier is nlow starring in "Fly, Fairies, Fly!" She shines the fairies shoes. Winfield Holmes has just published a book of rules on, "How to Elude the Fair Sex." And Martin Kratz, poor fellow. He was always a mysterious in- dividual, you remember. Well, I guess he has been solved. After a gay life in Greenwich Village, he is spending his last days in a private asylum, where he is getting the best of care. Mary Frances Lynch is the miost effective Hula Hula dancer this side of '36. Dean McCartney is salesman for a large corporation .in New York. He sells porcelain pots and pans and has a very effective line. Frances Hubbard is taking tickets at the Lyric Theatre. Ralph Harris is obese and portly and is the president of a distillery in Monticello, having risen from official tester to President. 'Virginia Hoskins is very popular in Monticello, after winning first prize in the Atlantic City Bathing Beauty Contest. She attributes her pulchritude to having worn a bathing suit from John Levin's Depart- ment Store. Marian Wheeler is an internatilonally famous astronomer, but she takes her honors calmly. She says that' she owes all her success to her habits of observing the constellations in High School. Olive Ahlrich and Agnes Brooks have developed into typical old maids with gray hair and false teeth. Walter Baker is mayor of Monticello and doing wonders in his "Clean up the City Campaign." The evil of band concerts has been completely eliminated. Katherine Albert is posing for a dandruff exterminator factory, and her long flowing black tresses photograph marvelously. 'Hank' Hannah, drector of the B. A. M. movies has announced his engagement to the big beautiful blond who has played the leading part in recent productions. Evelyn Doss has aided in a new improvement on the Parker Foun- tain Pen. Page Twenty-flve Emma Flora is the glamorous dancer in the sensational revue, "A Night Across the Border." Helen Timmons and Margaret Burcham are quite famous, being brought to stardom as the fairy ballet dancers in George Stanley's new Musical Comedy entitled, "She Fell For Me, So I Let Her Lay." Norman Patrick has reached his ambition of being a cinema hero. He leads the dogs across the stage in "The Hounds of Baskervilles." Versa McClellan is in the junk business in Monticello. Thelma Conrad met a sad fate. Her house burned down and she was forced to pawn her jewels for food. She is very sad because she hated to part with her fraternity pins and baby rings, as she said each one had a story behind it. Roy Brown is lecturing throughout the U. S. on "Why Pigs Be- come Hogs." Eloise Combes recently won a husband calling contest. She took her prize to Iowa. Betty Worth and Cleta McElroy are in Monticello running' a notor- ious night club, "The Red Lantern." Elizabeth Milligan and Irene Nisson have made a great success in the sale of their 'cuss word silencer'. I understand it is a coiled affair resting on the head and connecting with a horn into which one may make the naughty remarks." Without further remarks, 'Dirty' immediately sank into another world, while Dr. Ashton hurried in his plane to get a keg of soap. f Page Twenty-six CQRADUATAES of the Cmonticello Gommunilq v-High ,School Eva Winchester Marietta Davis Addie Johnson O. W. Moore Mattie Boyer Charles P. Brown Attie Foster Chzirles P. Watts Nellie Stickle Mabel Murphy Florence Pipher Mattie Hyde Maude Wildman George Reed El"l116I'SOI'l Reed ifmma Hill William Bryden Frank Chenoweth Frank Scott VV. H. H. Garver Allen F. Moore Sadie Brittenham Frank Brown Edith Ryder Delia M. Evans William Zybell James P. Lodge William Ater Chris Garver o Q 0 0.0 0,0 0.0 1 878 Lizzie Knight 1879 Ella Pipher Amanda Class 1880 Lyda Coleman Flora Mulford Frances Fisher 1881 Terta Piper Emma Hammerschmidt Sadie M. Holmes Ida Davis 1882 Hortense Conway Harry E. Kaiser Louise Moore 1883 Gattie Bodwell Lizzie Foster Charles P. Bryden 1884 Edgar Hazzard Frank Pinekard 1885 John M. Holmes 1886 Ernest Rodgers 1888 Maggie Hamand W.,F. Lodge Charles. McIntosh 1889 1890 1891 Henry Dilatush 1892 Emma Herron Flora Jamison George Chenoweth Lula C. Parks Florence Kaiser Jennie Piatt Dora Watson Lena Watts Ella Knight Ella Class Emma Meredith Edwin C. Webster Gladys D. Tinder Allen Brittenham John G. Barnes Theodore Campbell Katie Webster Myrtle Kirkpatrick C. C. Walsh Frank Caldwell James McIntosh Sophie Pipher Alice Meredith Lydia Hamand Harry J. Evans Meda Hott Carl S. Reed Joseph McBroom Page Twenty seven Nannie Hammand Charles R. Huston Fred Foxworthy Etta Porter Nell Widdersheim Kirby Smith Mabel Rodgers Grace Robertson Burr Caldwell Grace Marquiss Bertha Hamilton Myrtle B. Webster Grace Handley Fred Burgess Ralph Burgess Rosa Wachs Marian Palmer Abigail Taylor Della Stevens Jennie Handlin Jean R. Marquiss Edna Lumsden Merle Cline Mary Davison Edith Handley Catherine Dighton Samuel Dighton Irene Handlin Fred S. Lodge Henry Marquiss Enyd Woolington William Walsh Berta Walker Lee Bear Jennie Britton Eva Montgomery Page Twenty-eight 1893 1894 Mattie Jamison Rena Lewis 1895 Mina Secrist 1896 Wade Ownby Marietta Moffitt Ethel Taylor Ford Kroell Piatt Kratz Eva Rock 1897 Lola Hudgen Lynn Pinckard 1898 Sabina Vent Lizzie Vent 1899 John N. Dighton J. P. Don-ahue Laura Kiser Anna Lumsden 1900 Ernest Lohr Elsie Gleiser Myra Henion Charles Harrington Zola Miller 1901 Martha Maier 1902 Margaret Davison Mary Timmons 1903 Bertha Martin Clinton McIntosh Grant Peters Emma Haneline Lura Woolinton Carleton Caldwell Mary Sackriter 1904 Hiram Powers Floy Smith 1905 Jonah Conard Lena Griffith Seth Langdon Louis C. Burgess Frank Stevens Milton Vaughn Nellie Hazzard Anna Palmer Ida Stevenson Mabel Davidson Lizzie Ayre Scott Williams Paul Lodge Gertrude Miller Manfred R. Martin R. C. McMillen Leila Smith Della Rock Jessica Calhoun Clora Woolington Willis Davison Cloyd Davidson Lydia Stevenson Irene Tinder Golda Ayre Mae Zorger Laura Stevenson Roland Salyers Mabel Smith John Timmons Roy Williams Paul Bear John P. Butler William Gleiser William Doss Andrew Dighton Clyde Lowry Milly Mize Percie Rentfro Olive Newell Sadie Thomas Chester Rankin Florence Newell Lois Davidson Mary Peters Mary Stevenson Maggie Bivens Ray Ayre Searle Watts Gcrtie Warren Pearl Walker Elzie Nichols Nellie Adkins Lillian Wachs Charles Mansfield AnnaBelle McIntosh Harry Moore Fred Moore Neva McDavitt Bernice Hill Katherine Doyle Harry Richards Bess Armsworth Oland Carrick Ruth Conard Harley Harris Katherine Valentine Herle Thompson Helen Thompson Francis Shonkwiler Lola Akins Lillie Coay Ruth Cooper Burl Edie Lois Evans William Grove Hiram Bisescker Ottoline Grethe Howard Wrench Edwin Norris Ernest Wolfe 1906 Warren L. Moore John Mench George P. Martin Nellie Keller 1907 Agatha Hegarty Rex Hill Orville Martin Pearle Martin 1908 Frank Morgan Robert Mize Jesse McClure James Marquiss Mary Mench 1909 Neta Moffitt Phillip Moore Nellie Hann Lynn Priestley 1910 Louis Moore Frances Kelly Lewis Hall 1911 1912 Charles Mosgrove Ruth Marquiss 1913 Lois Johnson Eugene Martin 1914 John fichenck Jack Priestley Russell Pheanis Pearl Mosgrove 1915 Florence Haines Carrie Harman Leon Kelly Jessie Loy Homer Marquiss Lewis Martin 1916 Nellie Cole Park Simer Sara Bloomingdale Cecil Hosler Thomas Kastel Loda Hall Bessie Rentfro Bessie Cline Charles Norris Clara Phalen Frances Varner Minnie Mansfield Josephine Mansfield Katie Kastel John Gregory Olive Timmons Harvey Dawson Henrietta Meyer Webb Savage Horace Shonkwiler Julia Kagey Ethel Royse William Fitzwater Clyde Blacker Gussie Baker William Watts Eldon Lord Jean Fitzwater Milton Olson Lillian Schwartz Frank Wrench Ralph Marquiss John Kastel Eva Conard Julia Biesecker Harry Nichols Lloyd Parr Harold Pinckard Grace Reardon Marian Smith Louise Watts Ruth Hubbart Dwight Duvall Donald Anderson Murray Collyer Doris Thompson Page Twenty nlne Peter M. Huisinga Noble Olson Eugene E. Marquiss Nell E. Maier Willis Edie Gertrude Marquiss Opal Verner Lota Oldfield Raymond Nichols Ellen Griffith Morris S. Levin Leone Leiper Webster Markland Harold Dresback Naomi R. Perry Berlyn Norforth Bonnie Olson Linda Mooney Sarah Kathryn Priestley Wm. Andrew Woolington Doris Wildman Bernice Clark Elbert Doss Burley Orrison Hassett Smith Harold Smith Leland Glasgow Helen Melvin Glenn Summers Berintha Sievers Harrell Tull Marian Bumstead William Lodge Louise Mosgrove Byron Melvin Dorothy Merritt Earl Patton Ruth Gorrell James Markland Joseph Vaughn Catherine Adkins Lois Barker Harold Bowdre Pearl Clark Marjorie Duncan Mary Giesler Edith Hammerschmidt Page Thirty 1917 Dwight C Reeves Coleman Lewis Lynn M. Robison Robert E. Dubson Mary L. Schultz 1918 Donald Anderson Esther Marquiss Lulu Patton Madlyn Davis Irene Varner 1919 Ferne White Curtis Messner Warren Tull Helen M. Jones 1920 Doris Ray Paul J. Coay Virgil R. Bennett Vivian M. Dodd Margaret Broome Clifford Weddle Bernice Blacker 1921 Sam McClure Hugh Smith Ruth Honselman Helen Whitehead 1922 Chester H-aines Opal Barnhart Allen Steele Elizabeth Heath Asler Dighton Opal Royse Mildred Ashton Floyd Sievers Gaylord Madden Margaret Webster Lyman Branch Helen Vlright 1923 Leslie Hammerschmidt Paul Jones Lucille Jones Una Lohr Dolly Maier Mary Nisson Lelah Patrick Gladys Rhodes Kenneth Bryden John C. Yockey Robert Shonkwiler Edith R. Fowler Cleo Plankenhorn Edith J arboe Lester Glasgow Paul Hubbart Herbert Walsh Ethel Magill Harold Keel Orr McDevitt Ruth Webster Herbert Kaiser Jeane Scott Hazel Welch Jewell Dilsaver Faye Albert Edna Norris Roy Albert Irene Brady Hazel Bayne Bernice Griffith Hazel Jones Marguerite Swartz Sarah Shute Dale Alexander Lela Weddle Susie Votrain Hazel Fulk Frances Miner Murvin Woolington Emma Marquiss Myrtle Kirkland Pearl Blacker Lula Perry Cecil Yockey Sylvia Peck Lora Weddle Bernice Eshelman Marjorie Stallcup Floy Russell Helen Holmes Eula Forcum Mina O'Brien Edwin Groves Hugh Gadbury James Bennett Frank Cresap Lena Cresap Daniel Clark Roscoe Foster Donna Dean Berwyn Foster Carl Glasgow Howard Reed Gordon Smith Mary L. Summers John Shield Clarence Smith Stanley Smith Darrell Tippett Maude Ashton Stanley Ayre Mildred Brady Irene Butler Herbert Burton Durward Bradham Ethel Blacker Ross Clark Ethel Albert Sam, Armsworth Wanet-a Ashby Noma Arthur Roscoe Bradham Alice Bradham Charles Branch Wayne Catlin Ruth Caldwell Lyle S. Cline Wayne Duvall James Ducey Russell Duncan Elerie Doss Elva Funk William Anderson Marian Anderson Marjorie Ashby Orma Ashby Winfred Bowman Ruth Barker Dora Burton Irma Clodfelter 1924 Dagmer Anred Mary Isabel Thompson Vincent Walsh Beatrice Levin Louis Melvin Zella Mackey Everett Mull Magdaline Mitchell Harold Patton Della Peck Raymond Harris Lola Bruhn Ena Sutton Ceceli-a Cain Frederick Hayes 1925 Lois DeBo1t Russell Furnish Arnold Gregory Beulah Jones Max Johnson Lucille Norris Mary Jeanne Nicholson William Reed Maude Shonkwiler 1926 Verna Eshelman Ina Mae Glasgow Mildred Hefner Wayne Honselman Harold Lang Grace Meyer Max Mitchell Rachell Miner Roy Perkins Betty Porter Elma Scott Lyman Watts Hale Valentine 1927 Helen Dresback Kenneth Evans Louie Hammerschmidt Kenneth Jones Lynn Markland Joe Plankenhorn Jack Plunk Noel Pike Lyle Barnhart Burl Abner Opal Beckett Maxine Dowdle Mary McCartney Roy McCartney Orressa Goken Raymond Shull Edra Madden Mildred Madden Keith Hickman Troy Dittamore Wilbur Honselman Aileen Royse Hildred Armsworth Gwendolyn White Elizabeth Smith Geraldine Worth Irwin Hickman Grace Gadbury Olive Mansfield Ralph -Shaff Howard Clodfelter Harold Woods John Stanley Stella Gadbury Laura Perkins Bernice Zindars Birch Morgan Mardell Conrad Lynn Mitchell Leo Roche Marjorie Searles Ralph Wilkerson Wayne Royse Helen Peck Mildred Nesgard Marian Zybell Carlyle Richards Wilbur Scott Rudolph Schnell Lola iStiverson Marjorie Wagy Betty McKenzie Blanche Chapman Everett Messner Frances Harrington Page Thirty one Page Thirty-two ' X H M " . K S!! 'Z if-fl? 2' 5 ,.. Z L7f.r+""" unior Page Thirtyrfour oss, D arnes, B Chambers, illy, Mclfceters, Cresap, L Foster, Ayrc, Mitchell, Fowler, Pottc r, to R. L. C YV I R Beck Second Watts. Jones, 1, hton, Caldwcl E-T Di ller, Mi 1, troh S Baker, Clark, Albert, OW' I R rd Thi Mullvain. ligan, il M Row: rst Fi 31'1191'. W SS, D0 Starke y, Nelson, son, Hawbaker, McCann, Jolin Heath, Armswortfi, Rr-wr C. Clark, Wallace i th, Sn v, ,l1'1'0X F Clark, Maier, Parions, neline. Ha 1 Coffin. Stewart Junior Address fwith apologies to the great Abraham Lincoln? No score and three years ago, we Juniors brought forth in this High School, an new class, conceived in dumbness and dedicated to the propo- sition that we should all in time, overcome this dumbness. Now we are engaged in deep study, being Juniors, testing whether that subject, or any other subject, so conceived and so dedicated, can long make us study. We are met on a great cause. We have come here to dedicate a portion of our thoughts, as a final resting place for the knowledge that we acquired and thought we should die over, that, that knowledge might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should study hard at this time. But, in a larger sense, we can not study-we can not think-we can not commit our work. The brave Junior's, living and dead who have studied here, have studied and given fame far above our poor pow- er to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we do here, but. it can never forget what all of the other Juniors have done here. It is for us, the living Juniors, to study here and fin- ish the work 'qhat they who preceded us have thus far so nobly ad- vanced. It is rather for us to sit and study here and finish the great task remaining before us-that from these honored predecessors, we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave their last full measure of devoti'on-that we here highly resolve that these Juniors shall not have studied in vain, that this class, under God, shall have a new birth of studiousness-and that the government of the class, by the class, for the class, shall not perish from this High School. -Class of '29. Page Thirty-flve Junior Class Poem We can't all be renowned in fame Some of us will be left behind To never know an honored name But to labor, toil and ever grind. And on the ladder of our life, Which, rung by rung, we slowly climb, Where there is toil and much of strife A few perhaps will heights sublime Attain, where looking back they see The days they spent among us here In high school, from whence they grew Men and women, brave and sincere. to be And now we of this Junior Class Must pledge allegiance to our cause And every lad-yes, every lass Must faithful be and never pause To turn his course from off the path Of honor, truth and righteousnessg Never weaken or give way to wrath But stand upright and acquiesce To serve one god-the God of Truth. For by these means are cleared the ways To make good men from honest youth, Men who gain respect for all their days. So far we've gone with few mishaps Upon this ladder of our life We've passed through knocks and painful raps Which can but show us future strife. And now we're Juniors, true blue To whom is courage and much strength We've passed Geometry and Caesar, too And plan achievements of far greater length. We'll forge ahead-steadfast we'll be We'll never stoopito shed one 'near And soon in happiness and in glee We'll meet our next The Senior Year. -A Junior Page Thirty-slx ZX? Wim' Q fax 'Q Qr limi? Sw f 1 X E, W X ., -QQ ? xx V Sophomore Page Thirty-eight C. o .2 :- sf O E o U1 ai cd nl .- .-1 GJ .C U 4-D ..- 2 Pa O .Ad 3 5 45 43 as C r-4 5 D3 -6 5-4 O 3 U1 LJ. E4 cf :S .c cv 1: O Q cf 3 O 5-4 CQ vi 5' fi C5 I Fc, an : ci c V1 C LY-v uf 5-4 CV 'U .E N 3 O D5 AC U os CQ C o CJ CI an .M CI .E .id CI cv Od d O rn E o C5 af an -5 .Q 4-s cv I Z ss 3 cf 5-1 O ..:: 2 D-1 gf 5 KP .2 U2 :E O -A-7 .-C1 V1 fc 5 S-4 O .C a C6 5-4 cn 5. F-1 S-4 5 O 2 O an .SI 4-7 5: Lf-4 4-5 U1 bo C N C :J 5 I V1 cu x-4 Q I-T ca 3 O F1-4 +3 +1 GJ CL 'U GJ Q Tx Z -J Cl E O UI 5- Q2 D n: U2 J 4-1 .E D-1 s-T cv A-2 VJ o in ai Ill 5 O -C 4-7 ev cv S-4 CJ 45 nfl 3: Q2 .,- ri 2 3 O Q5 -C 4-I 5-4 Z3 O L1- :E O IP LYS .-. - .M D U2 on s: CB r: D aldson, OH m,D am H Nelson, enson, B Royce, ker, RC Mitchell, Bl Martin, arper. H Row: hird T Street. back, 6 2 5 .53 L1-4 Storm, mmers, Su Perry, son, Furnish, And er Spencer, ith, Sm Row: 'Second water. Patton, Fitz LeCrone, Norfleet, Lubbers, er, IT1 Prim Bensyl, avou, Heath, Cresap, w: Dill tRo FS k. Fi Feeters, Mulvaine, Patric -CI U w s-4 cu E E3 E E N CII r-T CU s: .Q QC 25 o U Z-4 Q2 lb GJ E Sophomore Class Historq "The end. of all learning is to know God, and out of that knowledge to love and imitate him." On the sunny morning' of September first, nineteen hundred and twenty-six, eighty-one Sophomores crossed the threshold of the Monti- cello High School. The class of thirty has slightly diminished in num- ber. As the annual goes to press seventy-three answer roll call. Our first move was to call a meeting of the gallant class to elect officers and plan our schedule for the coming year. Our meeting was sponsored by our talented advisor, Mr. Shelton. The election followed thusly: Dwight Wilkey---- -- ..... President Arnold Sievers .... .... V ice President Bessie Anderson---- ......... Secretary Irma Mitchell .... ---Asst. Secretary Donald Zindars .... ..... - Treasurer Dum Spiro Spero ..... -- .... Motto Blue and White ........ Q--- -- - ----Colors Violet ........................ 4- .... ---- .... -- .... Flower Our president suggested the sale of candy at the football games and during noon hours at the school which proved successful. Through much effort and by considerable work we increased our finances con- siderably. The next activity of our class was the Freshman Reception which was attended by a large per cent of the class. Old acquaintances were renewed and many new ones formed. The Sophomore class contributed a great deal towards the success of the Senior circus. Our aims and ambitions have been to make success of our Sopho- more year. In the two remaining years we expect to absorb more knowledge and profit by our experiences. What's In A Name? It has been said what's in a name? Yes, fame will come and crowd and jill It will come to John or Bill But the force to make it must Well be spent Or how in the world could a Freshie be sent To fill the place of a late Sophomore Rushing him in and out through the door Until the portals of Senior year are reached And commencement of life is experienced by each Oh yes, we say there is lots in a name and more Especially if perchance a Freshie doesn't make a Sophomore. -Joseph Allan Donahue '30. Page Thirty-Nlne lb' . 4, 'A N, ' 1, . 'Q ,fff ,,,y U Al ' gf' 'Fan J, K1 Yi A: xy J, f,,. w. Page Forty ,'m', I lf 1 , affix? f-if:-Nl ll,l. ... 1-.....ii reshmen 1 E5 E. Page Forty-one Pnqf: Forty-two 3. S :Mg q.4D ..go I-mmf. IP . -cs .x bs: C4133 .- 3-cw D-.gm C .AQQ5 -SUE CKE EO: mu Q,-E? 0:-4 ,-C'-5 , ,Boi mm, .Q k -c ,C. s-4-EO ms-4 'Qc -0, . :Lg E E I4-2 if 'rf , ,EVE C o f- OED .com HQ?-5 -fig Elica 3 5:1 553 Egg CQ'g.. Q3 die :qos 251, U .E Q' ..s: ,Ja-2 .SH ev , 10.9 F- .nc Msn ga: JE!!- Wm gg . O s.. M52 Si mga OD-4 4" . --.1 Ill-4 "IEP ,mn-. as Ecugg Q1 2 gc.. aim CDM? E US .ED ,- .v-4 ve-4 A 'E .,- E s-T av Q2 CQ 5 FC. if :as L24 m. E sv 'U 'C :S c Qi 'f" .s-1 Lf-4 sl 5 .c: 4-3 5-4 'II 5 Z5 s-T GJ E m E J: 5 3-4 CQ sf CU v cv li Q of UI iw O D1 :-T as Q2 CLI Cormier. oore, M iller, M Freshmen Class Historq On the first September day of nineteen hundred twenty-seven, fifty-two Freshmen entered M. C. H. S. After becoming acquainted, we organized and out of the fifty-two elected these officers: President-James Kratz. Vice-President-Charles Watts. Secretary-Everett Glasgow. Treasurer-Clarence Plankenhorn. As we had no funds, our first step was into the financial field. We held a bakery sale and then, feeling prosperous, we had a weiner roast. After further augmentation of our bank account, we entered the social activity once more with a party given in the high school cafeteria. Now we are nearing our Sophomore year. Although some have dropped out during the year, others have taken their places. Those of us who remain look forward and hope to graduate leaving a good rec- ord of ourselves in the annals of M. C. H. S. D. ELLIS. Page Forty-three P ge Forty-four '15 IAJ 1 M. C. H., listen! teachers, give ear. Public, draw closer, from far and near. We've a song' to sing, it is now begun, 'Tis praise to the Class of '31. Which class is the best among these four? Who gets all the praise and deserves the more? Who sets the pace for the others to run? Why sure, it's the Class of '31, Who makes the circus? Who wins the stunts? Why nobody but the Freshman runts. The others cry with the voice of one "Oh! Look at that Class of '31." Something happened, the teachers sore? The assembly room in a wild uproar? You know who did it, so get your gun, You'll find it's the Class of '31. Just watch our smoke as the years go byg You can't keep up, no need to try. Get out your horn, the singing's done, And blow for the Class of '31, -PUD KRATZ CHUVUC-35 x KX .4 ,fl-f VS f X' 5 ff S if N X , M I K f- f',' A MII ' fg up Q ' f gf' - 'dfgify 4X 5 If ff W? 3 x 'N f MS X x. SQ 9:6 X 1 YM, ,y , .3 Q55 ' ,B E725 K gs -it tl. A XX f 'S 1 j' X 'i x , j f ul , ' R .Lb Societ unioresenior anquet The last and most brilliant social affair of the school year of 1927 was the Junior-Senior banquet, given by the Junior class in honor of the class of 1927. The banquet was given on May 28, in the High School Cafeteria, which was transformed into a Japenese garden. Colored lanterns, cherry trees, white fences and flowers created a charming effect. M E N U Canape ' Pressed Chicken Rice Pyramids Peas in Timbales Scalloped Potatgoes Hot Rolls Butter Strawberry Preserves Cherry Salad Wafers Strawberry Mousse Angel Food Cake Coffee PROGRAM Toastmaster------- ..-.. ------. - .... Mr. G. W. Sutton 'Welcome Address .... ----Winfield Holmes Response - ........-.... . .... Wilbur Scott "School Board to Seniors" ......-....... -.-----Mr. J. P. Kratz "What the Faculty Think of the Seniors"-- .... --Miss Helen Norman "Senior Pictures" .......... ---- ....... Members of the Junior Class Music was furnished by Leslie Cripe's Orchestra. Page Forty-seven Football Banquet The M. C. H. S. football team, Okaw Valley champions, was honored at a banquet given by the Community Club, January 20, in the High School Cafeteria. Out-of-town guests were, Lindgreen and Lundgrun, members of the athletic department of the University of Illinois. Both gave very inter- esting and instructive talks on athletics. Bement was represented by Dr. W. G. McPherson, who spoke on sportsmanship and keeping fit. Raymond S. Firebaugh, former Monticello coach, gave a summary of the past season and congratulated the team. Judd Timn, Illinois' star, talked on the college game of football. Captain Harris and captain- elect Barnes, responded with short talks. Sink, of the Decatur Herald, presented the Okaw Valley trophy to Warren D. Strohecker, who ac- cepted it in behalf of the team. Coach Strohecker presented nineteen men with letters. Those re- ceiving' the honor, were Harris, Kratz, Barnes, Savage, Bumstead, Stan- ley, Ahlrich, Ashton, Stiverson, Doss, Hawbaker, Mulvain, Baker, Fos- ter, Piatt, Coffin, Seymour, Brown and Hannah. Members of the team graduating in 1928 are, Harris, Kratz, Sav- age, Bumstead, Ashton, Hannah, Stanley and Ahlrich. P g Forty-elght Freshmen Reception The class of '31, more familiarily known as Freshie, was officially welcomed into the High School on Friday night, September 16. A short program was held in the assembly, the upper classmen providing the stunts, which were enjoyed. Everyone then went to the cafeteria and took part in the jolly informality of the games played. Refreshments of Dixies were served. Senior Circus The annual Senior Circus, held October 28, was unusually good this year. The parade at noon created a great sensation. Large crowds were attracted by the steam calliope and band and the following train of freaks, clowns, circus animals, and decorated floats and cars. The Sophomore class won the prize for the best float. The Circus proper began at 6:30 at the High School. Side shows were open until 8:30. The Chamber of Horrors, Snake Charmer, For- tune Teller, Wrestling Match, Magic show and others, intrigued many people. At 7:30 the minstrel and a one act play by the Public Speak- ing Class were held in the auditorum. At 8:30 the ring circus began in the gymnasium. The water carnival was the first feature. Next came the fourteen free acts on the main floor. The prize for the best class stunt was won by the Juniors. Their stunt was, "Vanities of the Jun- ior Girl." Other features were the Clown act, animal wedding and a real circus aerial act by Ann Ledgett. The circus was over with the second performance of the water carnival. Page Forty-nine 'Sf item-lture Xqj "QQotaro" "Rotaro" is a continuation of the M. C. H. S. literary society formed last year. The following comprise the officers for 1927-28. President ..... ---- - ---Leland Foster Vice President----- -..-- Nellie Jones Secretary -------.- .----- -- - --.- Lucille Weddle Treasurer ..--.---.---..----..-----..-- Olive Ahlrich Sergeants-at-Arms --.. --Lester Barnes, George Stanley Faculty Advisors ------.---- Mrs. Barnes, Mr. Shelton Aside from the regular meef ings, "Rotaro" has iven hree assem- 8' bly programs. The first of these on October 14, featured a one-act play, the second on November 23, was made appropriate Thanksgiving num- bers, and on December 13, the Junior-Senior debate constituted the main part of the program. "CHothinq But The Truth" The Junior Class, under the directions of Mrs. Barnes and Mr. Shel- ton, presented a very successful comedy, "Nothing But the Truth," on Friday evening, April 6, 1928. The cast was as follows: Robert Bennett ------ ---- W ilbur Hawbaker E. M. Ralston ------ - .--..-- --Leland Foster Dick Donnelly-- ....-- ---- J ames Armsworth Clarence Van Dusen---- ------ Ralph Fowler Bishop Doran ..----. ...-----. K ent Clark Gwendolyn Ralston--- ------. Frances Caldwell Mrs. E. M. Ralston---- ---. .--.-- - --Marvyle Davis Ethel Clark -------- ---Sarah Catherine Dighton Mabel Jackson---- ---- -....-- Valena Conrad Sabel Jackson--- ---- Mary Alice McClure Martha- -..---- -...----- --.-.- ---- N e l lie Jones SYNOPSIS The plot is based upon a bet made by Bennett to the effect that he can tell the straight truth for twenty-four hours. Ten thousand dol- lars, his honor, and his fiancee are at stake. Bennett goes through many moments of torture and agony in these long hours. but at length wins his bet. A sub-plot is involved by the jealous suspicions of Mrs. Ralston against her husband. The Juniors well merited the many compliments they received while Mrs. Barnes and Mr. Shelton deserve a great .amount of praise for their tireless efforts to make the play the success it was. Page Flfty-two "Cl'hc-3 lDholc-: Towns Talking" Uohn Emmerson and Anita Haasj "The Whole Town's Talking," a farce in three acts was presented Friday, May 11, 1928, by the Senior Class under the direction of Miss Mildred Fleming. The cast of characters was as follows: Henry Simmons ................. ---Dean McCartney Harriet Simmons ---. , ..., Bess Maier Ethel Simmons ---- ,,.,. A gneg B1-ookg Chester Binney--- ----- Heath Bumstead Lefty Lyfhe -N-- ---Catherine Hawbaker DOI1ald Swift -.-- ----.,- R obert Savage Roger Shields--- .---- Martin Kratz Lila Wilson ---- ---- M arian Wheeler Sally OtiS---- ----Virginia Hoskins Anne --.----- ---Olive Ahlrich Sadie Bloom ----. ------ H elen Catlin Taxi Driver ---- ----- H arold Hannah Mrs. Jackson ---- ..--- - -.---.--... K atherine Adams SYNOPSIS The story revolves about the arrows of Cupid and the well meaning intentions of a devoted fatherg Henry Simmons wishes to marry his daughter Ethel, to his business partner, Chester Binney. Ethel, how- ever, has ideas of her own and imports a suitor. Her father, not to be outdone, reforms Chester and invents a fictitious love affair for him with Letty Lythe, motion picture star. Naturally, Chester's prestige in the Simmon's household is increased until the appearance of the real Letty Lythe. Events happen in quick succession, but Mr. Simmons re- mains undaunted throughout and in the end accomplishes his purpose. Page Fifty thr e "'Q5hc China Shop" QArthur A. Penn.j Again we must give credit to our two successful directors, Miss Mil- dred Fredlin and Mr. Willard Shelton. On Friday, December 22, 1927, the students of M. C. H. S. presented a Chinese operetta, "The China Shop." The following was the cast of characters: Fat Sing .......... .... .............. R o bert Savage Sing Fong .... .... H eath Bumstead Wun Tun .... .... H arold Hannah Ml1Sh Lush .... ........ L ester Burnett Chunk --..... ---- -----James Armsworth Tannyu ......... ----- ----James Armsworth Mr. Juscot Karfair -... --,---,,--,Don Ayre Lotis Blossom ------ ..,... M ary Miller Ting-a-ling -.-- ----Virginia ' Hoskins Ding Dong ..-- - .... Agnes Brooks Ping Pong -..... - .---. - .-....-.-.-.---- Carol Foster Hoy Tee Toy---- ---------- ..-..--- ----- B e ss Maier Chorus: P. Bear: F. Adams, M. F. Lvnchg H. Timmons, V. Con- rad: C. Albertg A. Ledgettg H. Catlin: M. Davisg Z. Patrick. P. Mulvain: M. Milligan: R. Heath, B. McCann, W. Potterg W. Baker, G. Stanleyg M. Kratzg K. Clarkg L. Parsons. SYNOPSIS Fat Sing. a wealthy merchant of Ping Ping, disappears and, un- known to all but his son. leaves his millions to the orphans of Ping Pong. The populace believe that Sing Fong, his son, has been made heir and so he is harrassed on all sides bv fortune hunting women. The most persistent of these are the three belles and their chaperone. Sing Fong, however, has fallen in love with Lotus Blossom, a poor orphan. They soon discover t.hat Lotus Blossom receives the money of Fat Sing and a happy ending is assured. Robert Savage, in his intrepretation of the rich old chinese mer- chant, equalled "Mr, Wu." Heath Bumstead performed very capably the role of Fat Sing's son and was perfection as the handsome lover of Lotus Blossom. ' Harold Hannah very creditably portrayed the typical poltician. Lester Burnett, a woman-hater, supplied an entertaining element of comedy. James Armsworth, in the dual role of secretary and fisherman, ac- quitted himself with many deserved honors. Donn Ayre as an American reformer, was highly entertaining. As a beautiful Chinese girl, Mary Miller charmed the audience equally with her voice and her appearance. Bess Maier acted very easily the difficult part of the impressive chaperone. Virginia Hoskins, Carol Foster and Agnes Brooks, were equally lovely as the three belles. Page Fifty-four rqanizdtions I KX fy A if is 5? KC fy A 2 Q' W My 2 ' 1 .,,,-r-az.. Q .- - Q .17 K if 'f , r E f f ' nf kfflff 492 ,My X -:wi .. ,, ,. 4 Cmemories Staff Harold Hannah Editor-in-Chief Robert Savafre Advertising' Mgr. Catherine Hawbaker Literary Editor lVIarian VVhceler Katherine Adams Asst. Editor-in-Chief Clifford Ahlrich Subscription Mgr. . Olive Ahlrich Girls' Athletic Ed. Darrell Foster Winfield Holmes Business Mgr. Virginia Hoskins Subscription Mgr. Martin Kratz Athletic Editor Bess Maier Heath Rumstead Advertising Mgr. Thelma Conrad Social Editor Carol Foster Art Editor Eloise Combos Snap-Shot Editor Joke Editor Calendar Editor Historian Frances Caldwell Joe Donahue Doris Ellis Junior Editor Sophomore Editor Freshman Editor Page Fifty-seven Qrchestra Back Row: L. Foster, Mitchell, Hetishee, Milligan, Clark, Doss, Slvage, Burnett, Greathouse. Third Row: Mr. Gast, instructor, Ayre, R. Mitchell, Cresap, Starkey. Second Row: McCartney, Lilly, Summers, Potter, Arthur, Corder, Ellis, C. Miller. First Row: Hannah, Bumstead, Armsworth, Heath, Mitchell, Shull, Foster, Dighton, M. Miller. Under the leadership of Mr. Gast, the Orchestra has been devel- oped considerably during the past year. It is composed of more pieces than formerly and under his careful organization it is arranged so that it can display its ability to the best advantage. It performed very well at the Operetta and Class plays, and if size means anything, it is prob- ably one of the best in the Okavv Valley. Page Fifty-eiqht band Potter Finson Clark Ayre Armsworth McFeeters Brown Milligan Doss Sievers Jay McCartney Hetishee Cresap Burnett Savage Foster Mitchell Bumstead llzimplun Doss Under the supervision of Mr. Gast the band did very Well this year. There was a lack of good material for the band but the boys practiced faithfully and furnished entertainment at the Piatt County Basketball Tournament, Senior Circus, Musical Festival and other occasions. Page Fiftyrnine 'Girls glee Qlub Back Row: C. Miller, M. Miller, Jones, Bear, Moore. Fifth Row: Milligan, P. Bear, Adams, Corder, Warehime, FL Timmons. Fourth Row: Potter, pianist: Dilsaver, Bruhn, Barbour, Patton, Dowdlc, Frcdlin, instructor. Third Row: B. Nelson, Storm, Z. Nelson, McF'eeters, Hamm, Patrick, Worth, McElroy. Second Row: Lub- bers, Maier, Brooks, Foster, Catlin, H. Timmons, Ahlrich, Albert, Warner, Doss. First Row: Cole, Meyer, Drcsback, Farrow, F. Maier, Parsons, Clark, Shull, Flora, Combos, Fowler. The Glee Club has been sub-divided into a first and second club this year. Under Miss Fredlin's direction they have been very successful. VVith Wilfred Potter as pianist they Won second place in the County Oratorical and Musical Contest at DeLand. They were also the Win- ners of first place in thc Okavv Valley Contest in '27, and they are working on a selection for the same event this year. Page Sixty 4301115 Cjlee Club Back Row: L. to R. Parsons, Burnett, Mullvain, Starkey. Potter Milligan, Bum- stead. Second Row: Harper, Clark, Stanley, Chambers, Doss, Armsworth. First Row: Kratz, Baker, Hannah, McCann, Heath, Ayre, Savage. The B0y's Glee Club was a new organization in the school this year, but it proved successful in every respect. Miss Fredlin worked patient- ly with the aspiring opera stars and much credit is due her. This club distinguished itself by winning First Place in the Piatt County Contest, held at DeLand. Page Sixty-one Page Sixty-two Quia Trop u C.-Lise Among the many things that M. C. H. S. students have to be proud of is the trophies that are on constant display in the assembly. They represent. the life ofthe school, the interest shown in competitive events, and the ability of the students to compete in those events. Every Fresh- man that enters high school should try to help contribute at least one more trophy for the honor of Moniicello. Some of the important tro- phies in the case are: the Okaw Valley Football Trophy 19275 the Piatt County Track and Field Trophyg the Tuscola Invitational Track and Field, and Relay Trophies 1927g The Tolono Inviiational Basket Rall Trophy 19265 the Clinton Invitational Track and Field Trophy 19173 and the Girl's Okaw Valley Glee Club Trophy 1927. P ge S' ty thr w A P3512 Sixty four 'ch c-:tics A Z f as Q 5 Mc ' 2 'I Q1 A My I - WLWLQ, Q A .9f - 'T gif! 'Q , ffnf 3 5-Aa 'm,:'J:,.,.ef n,x qw :wfe 1-. -,7-w'fw' ff- 1.3 rx '5 ff" -m,,:- 1 , 1' f gel ' ' .b . - fi -' - , , , , V , . ' -1 P f Q, 1 . 4- 'YM .I V S v 5 ' 4 1 , ., r H1 Qkaew Dalleq Champion Back Row: L to R. Coach Stroeheckerg Brown, John.-on, Hetisher, Clark, Stiver- son, White, Ass't. Coach Sollers, Bumstead. Third Row: Stanley, Hannah, Starkey, McCartney, Ashton, Heath, Doss, Milligan. Second Row: Hawbaker, McCann, Maier, Ahlrich, Seymour, Mullvain. Barnes. First Row: Coffin, Foster, Iialier, Captain Harris. Kratz. Savage, Piatt, Trainer Milligan. FOOTBALL SEASON OF 1927 After the summer of 1927 came the fall of the same year. To most residents and inhabitants of the surrounding districts it sauntered in very unostentatiously but those, better versed in the signs and omens of nature, sensed a vague unrest. Strange unseen forces seemed to bc concentrating, but where, or how, or why, nobody knew or even vent- ured to pass comment. Ralph Harris was reported to make frequent nocturnal visits to the South School grounds. Some said that it was to look over the gridiron while o'-hers thought 't was to study flora and fauna of that section, especially the fauna in the capacity of Homa Sapiens Femina. Rumor had it that "Soapy Sullivan" Savage was work- ing. Although this could not be substantiated, and in all probability was not grounded on fact, it never-the-less gained a surprising circula- tion. Furthermore Jesse Barres, Coffin, Scrooge Foster, and several other celebrities had gone down to SHOW' Missouri and investigate the conditions of St. Louis theatres, hotels--but perhaps thls is wander- ing a bit from the subject. I Coach VV. D. Stroehecker, after a prolonged tour of the Northwest was back infected with a strange malady. As the first week of Football practice wore on this maladv. which was nothing more or less than enthusiasm and self confidence, became contagious and infected the entire squad. Page Sixty-Seve All this forecast a successful season. Some even stated that it wouldn't surprise them if the team won two or three games, but these were rash, bold statements and the general public was much more con- servative. All sports writers conceded us the booby prize with very little competition. NEWMAN VS. MONTICELLO After a month's practice with stride boxes, bucking harness, charg- ing' machines and hurdles the team was made ready to meet Newman, generally conceded to be one of the leading contenders for the cham- pionship. Came the dawn. Came a downpour of rain. Came a muddy flooded field. Came word from Newman. The game was postponed. The next Tuesday Mont3'cello's green football team were led, like lambs to slaughter, against Newmans bearded veterans. With an apolo- getic air of nonchalance they bore down upon us onlv to be completely dumb-founded and astonished when they were met bv a feeble resist- ance, though strong enough to push over three touchdowns against them and at the same time hold them scoreless. The teams showed brilliant offensive power hut was some what weak on defense relying a great deal on Jesse Barnes to stnp the enemies plays. Monticello 19g Newman 0. After getting off to a slow start the team finally came out of it to win over Farmer C'ty. They wandered around rather listlessly for about a half and then Seymour and Hawbaker tore loose and in three plays scored two touchdowns. As in the previous game Lester J. Barnes, famed lineman, and telephone inspector, stopped about three out of every five plays. with little regard as to whether they were going around end, through the line or overhead. Monticello 20. Farmer City 0. Sullivan, our next Okaw Valley opponents, had alwavg been more or less of a stumbling block. However the team started with great determination and Savage vowed that his life or health was a cheap price to pay for victory but since the judgement of a lover is hardly sound we must overlook this statement. After recovering a fumble on the kick off Sullivan scored on a pass On the next kick off the luck was reversed and Monticello recovered a fumble. Several brilliant plunges by Harris and Hawbaker followed by an end run by Seymour tied the score. Monticello pushed over three other touchdowns, every man in the backfield scoring, This game was marked by the usual brilliant playing of Harris. Barnes and Savageg the last of whom had more or less personal items at stake. From the players point of View this was one of the dirtiest games of the year. Those Sullivan boys certainly knew how to use their fists and knees in a most fetching and unique manner. Monticello 26. Sullivan 6. The next trip to Clinton. The field showed fresh and disturbing evidences of having recently been a cow pasture. Becoming rashly careless as to where they stepped, the team snowed Clinton under in a spirted offensive attack that put the game on ice early. The game was rather costly for Hawbaker was injured so that he could not play till the Tuscola game. Monticello 20. Clinton 6. With a wee mite too much self confidence Monticello journeyed Page Sixty-eight down to Atwood. Taking advantage of two flumbles early in the game the team put over two touchdowns and then attempted to take things easy. The line seemed greatly indifferent to the five and six yard gains made by Atwood and the backfield showed little interest in the passes. It was not until Atwood scored one touchdown and were within about twenty yards of another that Monticello began to play football. It was at this critical moment that "Zup" Baker saved the day. After herding the ball carrier back about twenty yards Zup decided he had chased him far enough and downed him somewhere around the forty yard line. This put new life in the team and Atwood was held score- less from then on. Monticello 13. Atwood 7. A pleasant afternoon was passed at Lovington. Lovington opened up with passes and Monticello with a few bone-head plays allowed them to score two t.ouchdowns. Then Monticello decfided to fight pass with pass and opened up their aerial attack accompanied by a few side trips around the ends and through the line. During the last half about four out of every seven plays were passes. At one time Jesse Barnes forgot himself and wandered aimlessly toward the goal line with a Lovington man on his shoulder only to be called back and scolded by that horrid referee person. Cofffn and Baker frequently attached themselves to passes and ac- quitted themselves in a manner worthy of right favorable comment. Monticello 32. Lovington 12. Along about this time Fat Piatt and Mulvain began to blossom forth and display the football of which they were really capable. The lineup after several changes between offense and defense finally pre- sented this final selection: OFFENSE DEFENSE LE. Baker LE. Harris LT. Mulvain LT. Baker LG. Barnes LG. Mulvain C. Savage C. Piatt RG. Piatt RG. Foster RT. Foster RT. Savage RE. Coffin RE. Coffin LH. Hawbaker LH. Hawbaker RH. Seymour FB. Barnes FB. Harris RH. Seymour QB. Sifverson QB. Stiverson The most important financial as well as sporting event of Central Illinois occurred at Tuscola on Armistice Day. The different opinions as to the outcome were very d'verse and usually emphasized by a flash of bills. For several days after this contest many a Tuscola citizen shaved himself and did without chewing tobacco while an equal num- ber of Monticello fans bought themselves neckties or indulged in a few extra cigars. On the gridiron Monticello and Tuscola fought on even terms dur- Paqe Sixty-nine ing' the first half. Then in the second half Monticello assumed control and were good enough to let Tuscola try their luck for 90 seconds. Af- ter two uncounted touchdowns and a number of bad breaks of luck Monticello finally won on Harris' beautiful place kick. Coffin and Morgan added somewhat to the hilarlty of the occasion when their rivalry became a trifle personal and they engaged in a private pugilistic encounter only to be ejected from the field for their trouble. Monti- cello 3. Tuscola 0. With grim determination to keep a spotless record spotless Monti- cello prepared for their final game. The members will long remember their tense waiting a few hours before the game. It was the last time many would ever play football and it was with mingled eagerness and regret that they started on their last game. Playing steady consistent football they scored one touchdown and then in the last few minutes another touchdown when Harris snagged a pass and made a brilliant run for a touchdown. With mingled satisfaction and sorrow the team flnished the season victorious and left the field knowing that another chapter of their high school days was closed forever. Monticello 14. Bement 0. Page Seventy aslcei Ball Back Row: Coach Stroehecker, Hannah, Brown. Doss, Heath, Hayes, Piatt. First Row: Barnes. Foster, Coffin, Baker, Stiverson, Seymour, Kratz, Bumstead. BASKETBALL Victory! Victory! on with the dance! Back to the jungle the new beasts pranceg Ghosts are forgotten and fade away, As we begin the work of another day. Following a period of varied relaxation and entertainment, the bas- ketball team began to work into shape. At the start of the season, no definite team was ready. In the opening game against Argenta, Stroe- hecker cowed the opposition with t.wo forwards of rather exaggerated elevation, namely Baker and Foster. The game was rather ragged and substitutions were frequent, but the scoring went on merrily and end- ed happily. Monticello 325 Argenta 25. University High followed Argenta to take another defeat from Monticello. The defense had improved somewhat but there was still much room for improvement in the offense. Monticello 233 Univers- ity High 13. A very interesting' game, not only practically, but personally was lost to Arthur. Up to the time the lights went out, everything seemed to be going nicely. When the lights came on and play was resumed, things got rough and antagonism became more personal than profes- sional. In a somewhat nonchalant and disinterested way, Monticello lost the game. This is the one regretable blemish on the season's rec- ord. Arthur 223 Monticello 19. Page Seventy-one In the next game, in which the frequency of substitution was the outstanding feature, Monticello defeated DeLand. Monticello 173 DeLand 14. The second game with Uni. High was arather tame and dissatlsfy- ing affairg one of those games where the players seem to charge about rather aimlessly and accomplish little. Monticello 183 Uni. High 6. TOLONO TOURNAMENT Monticello won handily from Longview, but were defeated in the last few minutes of their second game against Ogden, the champions. ln the consolation game Monticello dubbed Tuscola to win third place. Up to this time Stroehecker had been doing more or less exoeri- menting. but at last he found a combination that somwhat resembled a basketball team, which had potent'al, if not kinetic possibilities. Foster, centerg Harris. forward: Coffin, forwardg Seymour, forward or guardg Baker, guard, Savage, guard. With this in mind. Atwood was met at about 8 o'clock and left in defeat by 9 o'clock. The defense was light and the offense much im- proved. MontLcello 32g Atwood 26. The flames dropped and the fires of enthusiasm were burning kind of low Bement brought up their potential Okaw Valley champions and humbled Monticello. Bement 285 Monticello 17. A trip to Tuscola ended in a further disgrace. Tuscola 335 Monti- cello 9. In the County Tournament there was some improvement against Mansfleld, but we were still somewhat listless. Zup, however, tore things up. Monticello 283 Mansfield 25. We next crept up on Atwood. There was a bitter battle, but fin- ally, Monticello went down with the ship. Scoring eight field goals against four of Atwood's, the game was lost by the usual inability to hit free throws as well as set ups. Atwood 203 Mont.cello 18. Later Atwood annexed the tournament by smothering Hammond who had defeated Bement in a earlier kinetic game. The Monticello Frosh lost the championship to LaPlace. LaPlace 105 Monticello Frosh 8. The Okaw Valley Tournament came tread-ing in on the heels of the County Tournament. The team went down with few hopes or in- tentions and returned without any. Sulllvan 20g Monticello 19. The teamwork had been slowly improving and when next Monti- cello took the floor it was an entirely different story. They journeyed to DeLand and copped one. Monticello 37g Dc- Land 18. A few nights later, amid sad farewells and hopeless wishes of good luck, the team sauntered down to meet the Okaw Valley Tournament Champions at Bement. The team was not accompanied by many fans who said they didn't wish to wit.ness the Roman Holiday. Frankly, the team had little hope of victory. However, when the smoke of battle cleared away and scalps were counted, the fans awoke to the astonish- ing conviction that Bement had been defeated. Monticello 393 Be- ment 25. Page Seve ty-two Next, Atwood arrived with vengeance in their eyes only to have it replaced with a vacant stare and a dogged look, when they could not break through the defense or stop the offense. Monticello 263 At- wood 15. Listlessly the team trotted out on the floor to play Lovington, and listlessly trotted off the floor after winning a listless game. Monticello 225 Lovington 15. Brilliantly and determinedly the team trotted out on the floor against Tuscola. Displaying the most brilliant attack of the year, Mon- ticello was able to gain a 12 to 2 lead by the end of the quarter. The team later let down some, but were able to finish with a very comfort- able margin. By winning this game, Monticello was able to tie for sec- and in the Okaw Valley Conference. Monticello 313 Tuscola 19. At Lovington, for the final game of the season, the enemy was de- feated in a rather matter-of-fact way. Monticello 263 Lovington 22. The regular season was now ended. It was marked by a slow start, but. gradual improvement, culminated by the development and brilliant playing of Foster, Coffin and Baker. Little need be said about Harris, who seemed to be little affected by the slumps which hit the rest of the team, he always played consfstently. With the team nearly at the peak of its form there were visions of a district tournament championship, only to have cold water doused on our enthusiasm, by having three first team men sick with the mumps. Seymour was able to play, but it was hfs first appearance in suit. Bak- er was able to play a half of each of the last two games. By winning' a hard fight against University High, Monticello got another chance at Bement who seemed, as usual, very confident. They were complete- ly out-classed and disgraced. Beecher Bell lost hIs usually sweet tem- per and was put out for slugging. In the semi-finals, Monticello met Sadorus and, still going at top form, emerged victorious ready to go into the finals against Cham- paign. Monticello had played the same five men almost continually in three hard games while Champaign had been able to rest their team. Monticello was stale and dead on their feet consequently, they showed little fight against Champaign. Monticello 27 Uni. High 17 Monticello 25 Bement 15 Monticello 28 Sadorus 22 Champaign 17 Monticello 9 EDlTOR'S NOTE- fOur Athletic Editor, being of becoming modest and unassuming nature, we feel called upon to add our remarks. The reader will ob- serve that at no place in the account of Football or Basketball season Page Seve ty thr is the name 'of Martin Kratz mentioned. Yet every Monticello follower knows that he was a large factor in the success of the past season. Rated by all Sport Writers, as the brainiest quarterback of the Okaw Valley, he piloted our team through the major part of every football game of the season to the championship. Recognition of his excellent judgement in choice of plays was shown by his selection as All Star Okaw Valley Quarterback. On basketball his remarkable cleverness in dribbling and controlling the ball won the praise of officials and envy of Visiting' coaches. Page Seventy-four Solohomorcfreshman Basket Ball For the second consecutive year the Freshmen team and the Sopho- more team have been playing, winning, losing. Always playing hardg usually winningg and, if they lost, going down with colors flying. Under the tutorage of Jack Sollers they both showed remarkable advance- ment and promise. These teams have become a very important addi- tion to the athletic program of the school giving a foundation for their later athletic activities and a chance to advance farther than their pre- decessors. Coach Sellers. White, Duvall, Sievers, Coach Sollersn Jones, Thornberry, Scott, Mitchell. Unangst, Wilkey, Foster. Plankenhorn, XVatts, Plunlx, Burton, Kratz. Page Seventy-fin Track 1927 Competing in the greatest. number of track meets in one season in the history of the school, Monticello turned in the following commend- able record: VVon Tuscola invitational meet and relay. Won Piatt County Track and Field Meet. Second in District Meet-lost by one point. Second in Okaw Valley Meet. Noel Pike, versatile senior, pole vaulter, tied for first in the Millikin invitational meet and for third in the State meet. TUSCOLA OKAW DISTRICT COUNTY A B 50 yd. Dash 2 Pike 3 Pike 2 Greathouse 100 yd. Dash Baker 3 Greathouse 220 yd. Dash 2 Hawbaker 4 Scott 440 yd. Dash 1 Scott Scott Scott 2 Hawbaker Hawbaker Hawbaker 880 yd. Run 3 Barnes Barnes 1 Fowler 3 Mitchell Mile Run Fowler Hannah High Hurdles Jones Foster Jones Jones 2 Foster Low Hurdles 2 Pike 42205 Baker Pike Shot Baker Brown Discus 1 Baker Baker Baker Baker Javelin 1 Jones Jones Jones Stiverson High Jump 2 Foster Foster Foster Foster Jones Jones Jones Broad Jump 3 Pike Pike Pole Vault 1 Pike Pike Pike Pike Relay Cwonj Baker 3rd Relay Scott Pike Hawbaker Page Seventy-six Girls Athletic Association As soon as classes were organized in the fall the girls of M. C. H. S. began their athletic Work for the year. The first step was to elect oi- ficers for the Girl's Athletic Association, a branch organization of the State League of Girls' Athletic Associations. With Miss Brown acting as advisor the following officers were elected: President ..........i - ..... -- ..... Katherine Adams Vice President -- ...e.. Wilma Abner Secretary ,,,i ,... F rances Caldwell Treasurer - .,,..,-.... ----Agnes Brooks Basket Ball Manager .... ----Agnes Brooks ,ll,i. School Nurse LUCILLE PENIWELL Decatur and Macon County Hospital M. C. H. S. '28, Page Seventy-seve Girls' Sports Soccer, was the first sport that the girls took up. They had never before taken much interest in the game, but this year Miss Brown or- ganized teams and after playing the game a few times there was ai marked increase of interest. When the weather became such that out-of-door sports had to be given up, the girls started practicing basketballg also many played handball, a new game this year, which has proved very interesting. But as usual, basketball was the dominating sport. Each class brought out a large group of gIrls and strenuous practice work began. A few weeksl before the tournament each class met and chose their captains. The captains chosen were: Kathryn Miller, Freshman. Wilma Abner, Sophomore. Frances Caldwell, Junior. Olive Ahlrich, Senior. After the captains had chosen their teams the tournament was played on April 10, 12 and 17. All the teams showed good team work and the games were very interesting. The last year's champions, the Seniors, met the Sopho- mores in the first game. Each team played all other teams and the one with highest percentage of scores and least number of defeats, was selected as winners, and that honor went to the Junior Class, who had an average score of 26 points and one defeat to their credit. After the tournament the officials, Miss Ruth Frye and Miss Brown selected an all star team. The members of the team were: Helen Catlin, Forward. Wilma Abner, Forward. Agnes Brooks, Center. Frances Caldwell, Center. Emma Flora, Guard. Mary Blacker, Guard. Page Seventy e qht Calendar J okes Advertisements 3 f as ,.-fag. -.... .. ff? f "' , 'r 'elf 1 ffnff WH ? M.- 'Fur V Sfigiwgf ww zgyiffirmf., 5 ppm ' -'Er'.zy, amy - ff -X f-Wi F my ' ef 1 0 Q 5 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 l, il 20 21 22 23 26 Diarq of He Calendar Editor SEPTEMBER VVOW! That was a hot job! Registration, and heat don't jibe so well. But, we're glad it's over with. Just assignments, today. The English III and IV teacher hasn't arrived yet. Mr. Sutton fears for her safety, as he reports Bolshe- viki in Europe. Well-after three months of bliss-the old grind again! A lot of new faces, today. Just getting' settled, and used to the new teachers. The English teacher Hjist arriv." Conflicts-yet! I think only half of the classes were attended to- day. It is hard to get straightened out. Quite a few visitors today. Mostly, past-graduates, waiting for college to start. 'Twas tempting, allee sameel Girl's physical training. Well that's a pretty good sign we're well under way. Well, after a week of it, it isn't so bad. But nothing exciting' has happened yet. Just a few organizations. Pulling the same old stuff-tests! Seems natural. Terribly hot! But Mr. Sutton announced at Chapel that we'll try a new schedule-starting at 7:45 A. M., and dismissing at noon for the day. Seems funny to start so early. Lot of time for cooling off this afternoon, thoughg lots of tardies. too. Some more tardies. Bill McCann rolled into Physics class in time for Monday's assignment. Donit you think he is doing good? Much cooler today, evidently Miss Perry agrees with me. Why? Oh-it wouldn't do to tell! Circus committees appointed, today. A lot to think about now. A school paper. And by the Seniors. That means writing poems, editorials, et cetra! A drawing for the sale of confections at the three football games we have here, this year. Sure-the Seniors got the blank slip. So! Anne Ledgett is reported by Miss Virginia Hoskins in Eng- lish IV, B-to have had a love affair with Abraham Lincoln. And then we roared! The old spirit seems to be present yet, this year. A pep meeting and two new yell leaders. I guess the old standby, Johnnie, made the second or third team. F J Eghty n Page Eighty-two Rained, today. Everybody busy with Circus Committees. What a sting! Somebody threw red-haws at everybody who went down the aisle. Yes-Marion felt it, too. Another pep meeting today, also, Johnnie had to assist with the leading. A couple of new yells were introduced. Work in the Cafeteria after supper, tonight. Rather rainy, but that's nothing new. Another big pep meeting for the game with Newman tomorrow. It seems to be a very wet day. OCTOBER Yeh-"Whata we do on a dew, dew, dewy day." We didn't play football! 'Twas too rainy, so the game will be tomorrow. Mr. Sollers gave a speech in chapel on Manual training. Yeah! We crashed through O. K. Yes sir-19-0. Lovely? Sim- ply gorgeous! Jesse played a peachy game, and Dill surely knows his football! We celebrated and such a celebration. After Miss Perry very con- fidentally told us she was looking for a husband-we celebrated our first victorious game. The Seniors are having a stand at the Jubilee. Quite a crowd in town. Mr. Barnes explained the-a-you might say Cyet you shouldn'tJ mechanism of money to us in his chapel address. No school. 'Ray. Another game with Farmer City this time. Hope we win. Sure. We won! But with Wilbur, Jesse, Dill and Captain Harry, what else could be expected? Simply laid 'em flat. 20-0. And how? Miss Fleming explained, or rather, I should say, illustrated for us, the principles of magic, thereby making 1 punkin equal 2 punkins, or sumpin' similar. Right interesting. Nothing exciting today. Everybody felt giggly, at least it sounded so. Mr. Stroehecker gave us a very interesting address at Chapel this A. M. "Bummy" and "Hank" seem to have been walloped pretty hard on the ffeld, at least "Bummy" is carrying his arm in a sling and "Hank" has a black eye. S' too bad. We're all ready for the big game with Sullivan tomorrow. And, like the Battle of Waterloo, this battle will be a decisive one. We'll surely land on top! Surely, Miss Fleming' is for us, even tho' she hails from Sullivan. 26-6. ISl'1,l. that nice? We have a place. or I might say, an import- ant place in the Okaw 'Valley standing. Everybody's getting "shot" for Scarlet Fever. Careful, or t.he whole Circus menag- erie, etc., will be quarantined. Page Eighty-three We started a new schedule this A. M., making only one half of us late. Starting at 7:45 we're running double so as to be excused Friday for the game at Atwood. "Dill' is still limping. Work for the Circus is progressing. A lot to do yet. Still on t.he early schedule. The big game is postponed. It makes us all feel dreadful. First P. T. A. meeting, at the Lincoln School, this P. M. Just a week frvom today is t.he big show. We are ready, too. No excitement. Just working for t.he Circus. Q A pep meeting and then more work on the Circus. Still working. Most everything ready and all assembled. Game at Clinton. We won 21-6. Circus Day. WVe surely had a big crowd. Everything was success- fulg the Junior Class stunt, especially. The coach gave a little speech before the assemblv this A. M.. and explained the nlacard on the stage which reads:-"The Team that VVon't be Beat, Can't. be Beat." He also criticized the rhythm of the yell leaders. NOVEMBER The big game at Atwood. Yeah! 13-7. We were pretty sure we'd do it. Nothing special. Everybody smiling today and feeling swell. Mr. Gast sang' for us in chapel this A. M. We were all pleased and well entertained. The game at Lovfngton is call-'id today. Not. many going. but allee samee I'll record the score here as soon as We find out. Mon- ticello 32: Lovington 12. We won! Now for Tuscola who beat Bement 6-0. Oh! First signs of snow, today. Just a few but all the same it was snow. Started Operett.a practice today. Nothing startling today. We skipped chapel and had the extra fifteen minutes for third period recitations. Big pep meeting. .Tohnnie helped-some. Left one member of the team out. Yeh! Clear out! Miss Perry has gone to Chicago. She missed the big pep meeting and she'll also miss the big game. 'Stoo bad. I'd say! Armistice day and the day we meet Tuscola. The score I will pre- dict is 7-0 fMonticello's favor.5 And now I write the combatant's names and await the real score. Monticello 35 Tuscola 0. Wheel A big pep meeting today, to celebrate our victory. Yeah! We're all set for Bement. Eighty-four A lot of shifts todayg the flunker's list was huge. We're hoping to do better. We won't have school tomorrow. Teacher's institute. Pep meeting, today. A lot of pep displayed, too. Big talk in the assembly, today. Mr. Sutton and Stroehecker gave us a lot of encouragement. Big Literary meeting and Pep meeting. We're all set for the big day and all we need is a chance. Did we lose? Not hardly. VVe won 14-0. A great game too. Mr. Sutton read the flunker's list and assembly will be held from 4:00 to 4:30-a big assembly 'twill be, at that. DECEMBER Tomorrow is the big game with Argenta. First basketball game of the season. First game to-night. Argenta comes up to play. The outcome is rather uncertain as Argenta has already played 6 games and Mon- ticello has practiced 'only 5 times. Double header. Monticello won both games Friday nightg Kratz played one quar- ter and Harry played the entire game. Honor roll read before Assembly. Seniors are going strong. Op- eretta practice this P. M., after siipper. No practice tonight. Very cold. English IV. A, had quite a laugh Yeh! At the same person, who related one of the famous Pat and Mike tales. Today one half of the Foods class served breakfast to the other half of the class. Annie Foster was head cook, and such bis- cuits! The other half served breakfast today, I mfght say the better half as the Calendar Editor was head cook of that group. Operetta practice tonight, and a great event in the old school's history. Hank Hannah received his first shave at the hands of his affectionate school mates, namely: "Doc" Bumstead, Dirty Sav- age, Jim Armsworth and D-onn Ayre. Too bad! Monticello lost the game to Arthur. 19-27. An Okaw Valley game too! VVo1'se luck! Annual pict.ures taken today! Not much excitement. Foods class served lunch to the Farm Bureau members today. Op- eretta practices this P. M. Big B. B. game tonight, with DeLand. We'll surely win. Every- body feeling blue today-even myself. Page E ghty f e 19 20 21 22 3 4 5 6 9 10 11 12 13 16 17 18 19 20 23 24 25 P9 6 We won Friday P. M. 17-14. VVe're traveling right along. Mr. Sutton congratulated us on our work in the operetta. He prophesies a successful operetta if-we work hard enough. Dress rehearsal for Operetta. All is going well. Program in chapel bv Public Speaking class. The big show to- night. We pull the Operetta this P. M. JANUARY 1 928 All is well. Starting a new year with mostly everybody back. Most everyone seems to be glad to get back, too. Mr. Sutton congratulated us on our successful Oneretta. 'We were congratulated personally yesterday by Miss Fredlin. Mr. Sutton gave a wonderful and influential lecture on the inevit- able "puppy love," today. All had a good time. Pep meeting for game at Atwood. Everybody felt giggly today. Mr. Sutton remarked on the good our pep meeting did the B. B. Boys. A victory of 32-26. Staff for next Beacon announced. By Senior Class. And your darling Calendar editor is editor of jokes for the paper. WVoe un- to me! Pep meeting this A. M. in chapel. The big Bement game tonight. Here's hoping. VVowie! Such a cleaning. But we really don't mind-no-not so ------------much! Friday, the 13th-but no bad luck as yet. Meeting of the Rotaro Society in the assembly at 2:30. A very interesting debate was staged between the Seniors and Juniors. The Juniors won. Foot- ball banquet tonight and seventeen members of the squad received letters. Everybody getting ready for exams. Poor dears! It really is ter- rible! Exams. start this P. M. Exams. Exams. Exams. Everybody receiving exam. grades. Sections being rearranged for flunkers. New one--Algebra 0. Nothing special. Merely the same readjusting of classes. Two more pictures for the annual taken today. Basketball squad and Girls Athletic Association. This about finishes all group pic- tures to be taken. Eighty-six Tournament starts this P. M. Monticello High doesn't play tonight. Tournament this afternoon. Games so far have been pretty punk. Freshies won last P. M. No school. Piatt county High School Teacher's Conference. Everybody back after their little vacation on Monday. Atwood won the county tournament. FEBRUARY Nothing exciting today. Seniors getting along fine on Beacon. Beacon finished this P. M. Day passed with no special events. Game at Tuscola this P. M. Play Sullivan. Most of team out. Beacons edited at noon. Bement Won Okaw Tournament. Sullivan beat Monticello, 19-18. Nothing happened today. We go to Bement tomorrow P. M., to see a game. Hope we win. Tonight the big game. Here's betting on M. C. H. S. We Won l ! ! 39-25. And, by t.he way, how come everybody calls Bob Savage, "Soapy?" 'Nothing unusual. VVe played Atwood Saturday P. M. and Won. Score was 26-15. We play Lovington tonight. Here's hoping we win. We won! 22-15 "Yea!" Nothing exciting' today. Just the usual routine. Nothing special. Same old drag. Flunker's list. Seniors for conduct. Rain all day. Beautiful snow. Yes-Lovely! Game tonight. A pep meeting this A. M. Tuscola's gonna be pretty tuff to down. We won! Score, 30-19. Coffin was exceedingly warm. Nothing. Lot of mumps. MARCH Coffin and Baker have the mumps. No basketball team. Warm today. Monticello won game at Lovington Friday P. M., 26-22. Coffin, Baker and Seymour were unable to play. Page Eighty-se e 6 7 8 9 12 13 14 15 16 19 20 ci 4.4 22 23 26 27 28 29 30 2 il O 4 Page Nothing exciting. A Y. M. C. A. man gave a short announcement in chapel this A. M. Tournament starts this P. M. at 3:00. Monticello plays University High. Hope We win. No school-tournament. in full swing. We won yesterday. We placed second in District Tournament. We beat Bement, and Sadorus to center finals against Champaign. We were beaten but got 2 men on first all star. Mumps. That's all we hear. Several have returned though. Nothing exciting today, except a misunderstanding about Psyche- My Soul. Glee Club sings at the Style Show and at the P. T. A. this P. M. Tryouts for Oratorical today. Glee club sings before the assem- bly. Nothing exciting nor extraordinary today. Practicing for contest to be held at DeLand Friday P. M. Boy's Glee club is going, too. Nothing much happening today. Seniors solicited for subscriptions to annual during chapel. Today is the county oratorical at DeLand. Here's hoping we win. Boys took first at DeLand and Girls second. Nobody placed in oratorical. Contest in Shorthand for practice. No names beat same things. Okaw Valley warm up. "Half-pint" Wheeler was asked to take the floor in English IV. class but she felt herself incapable of the task. Rain today. Getting much colder. Snow everywhere, but its much warmer and practically all of it is melted. We're pretty sure Conrad has developed a severe case of the mumps. APRIL Warm and springy, today. Mostly everybody back from attack of mumps, or otherwise. First Senior tryouts, also a commercial contest at Champaign be- tween Monticello and Champaigng Monticello placed second. More Senior tryouts and then we start practice. Nobody knows who got a part yet. Eighty-eight .P ,W ,,,, ,,-. ,111 1 1 1'-nn--nn-can-uu1n 1111 nu-nn1nu ul: W. LEWIS Sz CO. 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Track meet at Bement called off, account of dampness of Weather. 16 Nice weat.her today, though the building' is rather chilly. Play pract'ce this P. M. 17 More play practice. Tryouts for track meet, this P. M. 20 Consolation track and field meet at Bemenii today-Bement, Tus- cola, Atwood and Monticello. 27 Commercial contest at Tuscola. 30 Miss Alvord's violin concert. MAY 3 Glee Club contests at Arcola. 4 Oratorical contests at Arcola. 5 Track and Field meet at Arthur-Okaw Valley. 6 Band and Orchestra Festival. 11 Piatt County track meet today at Bement, and Senfor class play to- night. 23 24 25 Senior examinations. 25 Junior-Senior banquet. 28 29 30 Examinations for otherlclasses. 27 Baccalaureate services at Methodist church. JUNE 1 Graduation exercises and school is out, today. Page Ninety WHIPPETT CADILLAC LASALLE WILLYS-KNIGHT DODGE BROTHERS NASH CARS ORA O. 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At this time he fWinfieldJ turned a violent scarlet, and stuttered, "Well madam, the nurses have been pretty golod to me for a fact." Squire: Did you send for me, my lord? : Launcelotz Yes, make haste. Bring me the can-Openerg I've got a flea in my night clothes. "Something I ate, no doubt," remarked the circus fire-eater as he sul'- fered a touch of heartburn. Miss McMillan: "I'1l just give you one day to hand in that paper." Harold H: "All right. How about the Fourth of July." 'lun-.un..,-.1 ... 1.1niW1u,...,....1l...i.........,...,......N-.,,.,lmlu..1,,,,...,,1.,1..1...1..1 .- 1 1 1M-n 4- 4' .14 if- -......-.- !CI'l1l'O3-H1117 5 ' 9 ENE HDR FJ i MOTOR OILS, GEAR LUBRICANTS, FUEL OILS. GREASES. I : GASOLINE. KEROSENE, DISTILLATE, NAPTHA i m 1 i PIATT COUNTY DEEP ROCK OIL CO. Q R. W. JOHNSON, Mgr. Phone Service Station 277 g Phone Office 295 Phone DeLand 13 I .,.. H..- ....-....-...-....-...... .,..-...... W.. .m-...... ..........- ,...-....- .......,..-..,.-....-....-..... ...... ........-...- ..,. 5 2 1 JOHN s. MACKEY I 3 HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHING I : 5 FUNERAL DIRECTOR .g........-.,----------------..--.....-----,.-.-5' Pane N ety tiht THE REPUBLICAN PRINTING CO. Producers of Effective Printing MONTICELLO, ILLINOIS This message which you have enjoyed read'ng, and the work of the Senior Class of the Monticello Community High School, was pninted in our shop. It is only one of the many similar publications produced by us. We do everything' in the printing trades line and are ready and willing at all times to give you estimates on your printing needs. We are as close to you as your telephone. THE REPUBLICAN PRINTING CO. Publishers of THE PIATT COUNTY REPUBLICAN I .-.- ----.----I ------------- -------------- ----- ..- Page Nlnety Clerk: "Anything else, sirg how about some night-shirts?" Stanley Sievers: "I ain't no society bird, young fellerg when night comes I go to bed." Joe Curry: Why do the Scotch like basketball?" Dwight Wilkeyz "I'll bite, why?" Joe: "They enjoy the free throws." +""" '-"'-'WQH'1M111-l1uu1nn1uu-un-unto.-on-I.. -11,1, ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,..,!, I I i I 1 1 1 I I I 1 1 l 5 QUALITYCHIX I WHERE WE CAME FROM : Q g Four Years State Accredited Means Quality I i Q CORN BELT HATCHERY i I Phone M-508 Monticello, 111. IlLLLLLLL-LLLLu ........ .LLLLLL, T L Q ! I Q For Insurance I gl -s E E- E. E. GARRETT 1 NEW YORK LIFE MAN 1 : I offioo 1. o. o. E. Bldg. Mootaoolio, 111. I Q 1 .,.-,.-,.-...-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-.,-...-..-.,-...-..-..-.,-..-..-u....-..-..-.. 5 BOWMAN HARDWARE and ELECTRIC CO. E i QNOT INCORPORATEDJ i The Fastest Growing Hardware and Electric Company in Central Illinois i HARDWARE ENAMELWARE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES 2 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING i Distributors for Protane Bottled Gas I Phone 474 MONTICELLO, ILL. We Deliver l "We Serve to Serve Again" 1,,,-..-.,-.,-..,....,....,.. ...l..........-.i-.l...l-...-.,.-.i-o-...-.I....,.....- .-.,..,..,,-,,.,,-,,,-,,i, Paqe One Hundred ..- If 'uNitN W 'Q X n fl if 1 4 jg. , Y . ',QxQ, fr six' ' X , , t ,. "' - ' svgyggrgqgnsln MLW? f IC!-'IT 'B-71: 'E:"'5'-'ali' U- m uuvuua nu unem-vm HI :5riS1lPlTl.'I a n:g:..,-isustlwnsnaln .......-................. ........................... ....................,L ....................... ,......:1.....:.:.....:.: :.""'-.""'.. IS."--"'-.--I ' -Q-.- vuciuuwn n..-.-m---n...i PEFBIN BYRUP CO. mu norm-mu nwruwmu mln ig? lil as g 'z .. . I I . ll 315 ill? lax: lla? algli N y DR. W. B. CALDWELUS SYRUP PEPSIN Combined With Laxative Senna Compound For All the Family A Safe, Effective Laxative Remedy Dr. Caldwell, many years ago, after much study and research, evolved a laxative preparation for his patients in Monticello. Today that laxative is known all over the world as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin com- bined with LaxatTve Senna Compound. Dr. Caldwell's soon became the true Family Lax- ativeg children like it for its pleasant taste, grown-ups find it effective, elderly people appreciate its mild- ness. Here, indeed, is the ideal laxative for men, wo- men, children, babies and for grandparents. MANUFACTURED BY PEPSIN SYRUP COMPANY MONTICELLO, ILLINOIS ,ginliun-..1-11.....1.-11111-1111-n1un Page One Hundred 5 l 4 5? 'Rne fportmit is cz trqe expression ofa personalzbf 'Ihe Ideal YearBool1 is a portrait of school life expressing the personality ofthe institution which it represents. The Indianapolis Engraving Co.-through its Am2uaIPlannirg 6 Service Deparlmenz' can hel you express in your year book the true Personality and? tradition of your school Ulrzlefzrlrlrprmafzbn 'Ibis Book Engraved by Wm Indianapolis Engraving C0.ZUul.rinBIdg .Indianapolis PqO I-1 d'dTwn Page One Hundred Three .!..-u--.-n1u-n'1---nn-nn-if--in 111--1- u-an-an--au1u-n1uu1u-1.1---1-1.-1----aln JOS. KUHN 8: CO. JOS. KUHN 8z CO. I ! I . 2 Z Where--- I 1 l Style which is The Newest I Joins Quality of the High- 5 est Kind and Value of out- i standing distinction com- bine to Please Every Man's i Choice in Apparel. I ' . 2 I I I 1 i i . tl I I ! I I ' 1 i , I I . i 33-35-37 Main Street, Champaign, Illinois .g..-----.-..-...-...-...-..-........-...-..-..-...-......-...-..-......,-........-..-..........-..-..-.....-i. Mr. Sutton fin Sociology classj : "I am going to speak on liars today. How many of you have read the twenty-fifth chapter of the text?" Nearly every student raised his hand. Mr. Sutton: "Good! You are the very group to whom I wish to speak. There is no twenty-fifth chapter. Heath Bumstead: "And did you haich all these chickens yourself?" Bob Cresap: "Oh no, we have hens that do that." Pud Kratz: "What causes blushing?" Mr. Sutton: "A blush is a temporary erythema and calorific effulg- ence of the physiognomy, aetiologized by the preceptiveness of the sensorium, in a predicament of inequllibrity, from a sense of shame, anger or other cause, eventuating in a paresis of the vaso-motrial, muscular filaments of the facies divested of their elasticity, when they become suffused with a radiance emanat- ing from an intimidated praecordiaf' Bob Savage: "Lend me a quarter, will ya?" M. Kratz: "Say, if it costs 5 cents for a trip around the world. I couldn't get out of sight." Mr. Stroehecker fin Biology classj : "The tragedy of a flea is, that he knows for a certainty that his children will all go to the dogs." Ralph Harris: "Do you like Gissing'?" Olive A.: "I don't know how to gissf' Paqe One Hundred Four 'R' -....- - ..........- -......-.,-...,-..,- - .. ... - - -,...-..-..-..-........-..,-...-.-....-....-..4. 5 1: 5 . 'm li I u mx l I u 1 ll 2 H L .1 K ' LEVIN DEPARTMENT STORE 2 q "WHERE YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS" L MONTICELLO, ILLINOIS S l Phone 60 Phone 253 7 l H I l I l Q : L I , 1 f , ,L Q..-..-..-M-..-..-..-..-.........-..-..-.......-M-M.....-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..- -..- -.--. Dago Curry: "Gosh, I had a narrow escape last night." "Doc" Sievers: "I-Iow's that?" Dago: "Well, I woke up in the middle of the night, and saw some- thing white moving in the room. So I grabbed my gun and shot ft. After I tttrned the light On, I found it was my shirt." Dwight: "I don't see any narrow escape about that." Dago: "Why, just suppose I hadn't taken my shirt off last night." Roy Brown: "That wasn't. real Italian spaghetti we had for supper." Versa: "How do you know?" Roy Brown: "Because real Italian spaghetti drops Off your fork and goes 'wop' on your plate. Mr. Wills: "Is thispre-war stuff?" Mr. Barnes: "Yes. I bought it before I was married." Dwight: "Our geometry teacher doesn't use good English, does she?" Piatt: "Why?" Dwight: "She says pie are square and she should say pie is round." Page One Hundred Five ,l,.-1.-..--.I--.---.-.1 ---------- ..-.I-ll--.-n-n--------u-.-----u-----1. Phone 281 GEO. M. RUDISILL, Prop. RUDISILL'S GARAGE Service With A Smile - - - Day and Night Exclusive Dealers Hood Tires, Willard Storage Batteries i Packard Cars Accessories Car Washing MONTICELLO, ILLINOIS I 4..-..-..-..- .-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-..-............-..-........-.....4- "Peewee" Harper: "What is harder to find than a Scotchman on tag' day in Edinburgh?" Dago Curry: "I'll bite, what?" "PeeWee": "A chin in Moscow." Some unique replies were received in recent examinations in the History IV class. They follow: The Star-Spangled Banner was written by Wm. Scott Key. He was captured and was on a ship at about Don when he said, O, Say Can You See, etc., on the back of a letterhead. The North agreed that the South should have Missouri as a slave. The President has a cabinet in order to keep his china in it. Ohio was omitted into the Union in 1925. The story of the Erie Canal. Some men started to build the canal and the mosquitoes broke out and about all the men died. Francis Scott Key went down in his bunk and walked the floor all night. A Senator has to be fourteen years old. If you have any vacancies go at once to .he dentist.. --I --I -- --an -ul -In -an -un 1M:una-un:aun1lu1u1l1lrl-ulxnn -nu --1--u -uw -m-u-u-n- - ----nh T I I . Q MONTICELLO LUMBER CO. I 2 E BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS 5 Office Phone 17 Residence Phone 210 g A. A. PHEANIS. Manager 7 f MONTICELLO, ILLINOIS E ! .i...-..----------f- - - - - ---- ----- " '----- " "- -"- Paqe One Hundred SI ! -1- llauxunl :u1n1u1 - :un1un1un--an1uu1uu11:u-un--uu1ul1un1un1uu1un 1111111 ll--lan I i K A s H -- K A R R Y SELF SERVICE STORE E Monticello E. F. OEHMKE, Mgr. Illinois l NOT A BANK ' but A Real Savings Institution E 1 "Superior Foods at. Lowest Cost" .L.-...-. ..... .-..-..-..-..- .l,. .....- .l.l -...-..-..-..-..-..-..- - - - - T -..-,.l LOGIC We go to school to improve our facultes. Our instructors are our faculties. Therefore: We go to school to improve our instructors. Arnold G.: "Mister McClellan, er-that is, I would like to, er-that is, I mean I have been going with your daughter for five years." Versa's Dad: "Well, whadda you want-a pension?" After several weeks of concentrated study in Chem'stry, our brilliant Senior, Martin Kratz, has added another benefit to society: how to keep the smell of an onion from your breath: Peel care- fully.. slice with perfect precision, penoer and salt. sufficientlv, and add a l'ttle olive oil and a few drops of vinegar, and then throw all away. Bess Maier: "Have you heard the latest newsboy's song." Betty Worth: "No, what is it?" Bess: "How Many Times." vwliklvllvlllvlllvllill in --ul--ll in 1unvlll :lm :ull iullvlm :lm -llllml ivvi lilT l 'TQ -sl i 5 PIATT COUNTY'S T LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE l Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Men's Furnishings, Ladies' and Children's Coats and Dresses: Ladies', Men's and Children's ,, I Shoes. Millinery, Rugs, Linoleum, Window Shades, Lace Cur- 2 I tains, Etc. l H. P. MARTIN oo. THE STORE FOR EVERYBODY . MQNTICELLQ, ILLINOIS A i I li ,i,..-.u1..1.u-u-zu-11-1--ur: -1-1- ---- 1-1" ' 1 """ """""""- ""' "W" 4' Page One Hundred Seven .!,n1un-uo1u-un1uu1uu-uv-un-nu-u: 1 :um-:n1uu:n-uzuun-u- 4. u1n-1-:. :Q : :Q I I I I I I I AN IDEAL OF SERVICE I I I -....-- ! g In the Commencement season, many young men and i women go out into the world imbued with a fine desire to be I l I of service to humanity. With due respect to that ideal, it may well be illustrated, Q "for graduates and I i all the rest of us:" The first great service I owe to my fellow men is to provide so well for myself and my family that we shall never become financially dependent on them. ! I I l 2 This obligation implies the building of a BANK ACCOUNT, I which is the beginning' of any successful career. F i THE MOORE STATE BANK YOUR LIFE LONG PARTNER I IN FINANCIAL INDEPENDENCE I l MONTICELLO, ILL. l l l l l l l i Page One H d d E ght +I-..,-.- - .. ... ....-.......-..-..-n-g-u-...--.-.4-.4-.4-..-...-......-..-..-u-.... 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