Montverde Academy - Interlachen Yearbook (Montverde, FL)
- Class of 1929
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We the edttors of the stxth volume
of the INTERLACHEN have trted to
brmg to sou pleasant memortes 0
the happx days that were spent wtth
the clearest 0 frtends and classmates
durtng the past year We wtsh to ex
press our apprectatton to those who
have so heartzly co operated wzth us
tn maktng thts book posstble
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taining the stepping stones of
lifeg with much ajection and
loving thoughts we do sincerely
dedicate this the sixth volume oj
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Tim Royal Feast was done
"These are the days 'when birds fume lmrlr io Iuka a backward look
Earth lm: not mxytlzing to .vlmw marc fair
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MR. H. P. CARPENTER, A.B. 5
Kentucky Wesleyan College
'Greatness .lies not in being strong, but
in the using of strength."
MRS. H. P. CARPENTER, A.M.
Kentucky Wesleyan College
'There is a great force hidden in a sweet
MR. A. R. MCCAUSLIN, B. S.
Gettysburg College, Penn. State
'History is the revelation of providence."
Miss MARY A. DAIDER, A.B.
University of Florida
MR. VV. D. WALKER
Never was a man more genial and happy
Miss EVYLINE DEVARY, A.B.
Kentucky Wesleyan College
English and French
Ever since her first year here, she has
had the same man-nearf'
MR. LEoN GSBORN, A.B.
Asbury College, University of Florida
Science and Spanish
If were loved as I desireego be,
This world would be a para se to mef,
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MRS. J. N. ARNEY
Indiana State, Cincinnati Conservatory
Piano and Voice
"God sent his singers upon the earth with
1 songs of gladness and.of mirthf,
n MR. C. G. SHOWS, A.B.
I Millsaps College
L Coach and Latin
"Deeds, not words."
Mrss ELs1E V. ZEPP
"You bear a gentle mind, a careful
teacher you have been."
MR. O. L. CARTER
"To say little and to perform much,
shows the character of afgreat
MRS. J. E. DUDLEY
"What-so-ever thy hands hndeth to do,,--
do it with all thy might."
MR. VV. R. MCQUAIG
"Work is the key-note of success."
MRS. EMMA R. PARRISH
Q Dining Room Superintendent
"What ever's worth doing at all, is worth
doing well." -
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MR. E. B. FLAHERTY
Srnith-Hughes, Automotive ..
If I serve mankindf 'tis well."
MRS. ELs1E B. HARSON, B.S.
Colorado Agricultural College
Honie Economics ,eg
With malice toward none, with charity
for all, with firmness in the right." -
MR. B. K. WHEELER, L.l.
University of Florida
Smith-Hughes, Agriculture .
There is but one method and that is
Miss ALINE HARPER, L.I. '
' Stetson University 1'
"She is quiet, but still waters run deep."
Miss BEULAH PAYNE ..
Kentucky Western Normal
"Loyal in everything."
MR. J. CN. ARNEY, A.B.
Indiana State, Cincinnati Conservatory
Manual Training, Bond Director - -
"Small men are also great men."
Miss FLORENCE MCKAY, A.B.
"The hand that hath made you fair hath
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LIISS DEVARY Miss DAIGER
ln the selection of the sponsors for our class we feel that we have been wise
in choosing Miss DeYary and Miss Daiger. XVe wish to extend to them our most
heartfelt gratitude and appreciation for their helpful guidance throughout the year.
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LEFFIE HANCoCK, Presidmzf
Nlyakka City, Florida
HVVell that's tough" Age 21
"Ta be nr' nm' to Ire."
"The world knows nothing of its greatest men."
President Senior Class: President Fresh-
man Class, President Athletic Association,
127, '28, '29: President Philomatheans: Vice-
President Philomatheans, '27, 'ZSL Member
Soccer, Baseball, Football Teams, Captain
Football Team, '29, Manager Basketball
Team, '26, '27. '28, 'zgz Philomathezm.
MOTTO: "Put your slzoulders to the
Pink and Green
Safety Harbor, Florida
"Hey little one" Age IS
"To grow a nzzzstaclzvf'
"Hell willingly clie to be the main thing at his
funeral." -- -- ,
Cheer Leader, '28, '293 Band"'aii'd-Orcliestra.,
YZ7, 28, 291 Athenian Sergeant at Arms, '28g
Athenian Secretary and Tfeasurer, 'zgg Member
Football Teamg Treasurer C. E. Societyg Member
Annual Staiafg Member Music Cluhg Athenian.
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A'NVell what about mell' Age I6
"Tn make a Peaiziyzt stand."
"She follows her own sweet will."
Secretary and Treasurer l:l'E!Slll!lZll'l Class, ,27Q
Member Glee Club, 'z7: Member Basket-ball Team, A 1 '
'29g Art Editor INTERLACHEN: Member Home
Economics Clubg Member Expression Class, ,27Q 'Q '
Commencement Play, '283 Assistant Manager , l i
Junior Minstrcls, ,283 Philomatliean. -'l
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T0 be highly Fsfepmgd by my fff10w.'f1ff1.' "A thousand words and not a single thought "
"All great men are dead, Yice-President Junior Class, '28, Treasurci'
I'm not feeling well myself." Philomathean Societyg Member Music Club, '26, V
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Football- 27, 283 b35kCt-llall, 282 Cap- Member Baseball Team, 'zgg Secretary and Treas- N
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KVM 1 39- 'JN ld 1 291 Nlflmfli mlm- Team, 'zgg Member Home Iicononmics Club, '28g
Music Club. ,27, 'L-85 Vicc-l'residcnt Athenizms,
'29g Joke Editor of IN'rER1..xc'11EN: .Xthemum
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Bowling Green, Florida
"NYcll, you're the limit" Age I7
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"A smile for all, a greeting glad:
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Member Music Club, '27, ,282 Assistarit
joke Editor of TNTERLACHENQ Atlieniaii.
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GILES HARIQIS XYANSICKLER
"Yo no se" Age 19
"To Iwecnuze an agricultural r,rjve1'f."
"His only books were wnmen's looks,
And all they taught were folly."
Member football Team, ,27, 'z8g Basket-ball,
i28QV Baseball, '29, lland, '27, '28, ,292 Glee Club,
'28, ,ZQQ Graduate Agriculture Class, 'zgg Secre-
tary and Treasurer Agriculture Club, '26, '27, '28,
.Viee-President Agricifliilre' Club, ,292 Member
Stock Judging Team, '26, '27, '28, '29, Treasurer
' ' AfIi,eni:l1i,,.LitE'mt'y Society, '28, Vice-President
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'By George" Age 18
" To be a big Imsizzvss 1l1tlllll,Q0l',"
'Tiood nature and good sense are never separated."
Vice-President Sophomore Class: President
Junior Class: President Athenian Literary Society.
'27, 'z8: Vice-President Senior Class: President
F. F. F., '27, '28, 'ZQQ Manager Football Team.
'27, '23, Member Glee Club, '28, '29, Member
lf. lf. F. judging Team, '27, '28, 'zgg Business
Manager INTERLACHENQ Athenian.
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Contoocook, New Hampshire ,
"Tu own the Ent night dub in M1mtz'e1'dc'." f
"She is gentle, she is shy,
But there's mischief in her eye."
Member Glee Club, '26, Member Home
Economics Club, '27: Member Basket-ball
Team, '29g Commencement Play, '28, Edi-
tor-,i11-Chief of INTERIM-xl'11EN1 Athenian.
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"Immediately" Age I7
"To sell fllllllfltlliu
"He is wittyg he is clever:
lle's an all-around good fellow."
President Christian Endeavorig Member
Band and Orchestrag Graduate Automotive-
Mechanics Course: Circulation Manager
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HELEN C. BAKER
"You people" Age IQ
"To be a nurse"
"TllEfS'5 no use rushing through life."
Philomathean President, '27, 228: Philomathean
Treasurer, '27Q Philomathean Critic, '28, '29:
Member'Basket-ball Team, ,27, '28, '29g Member
Band, '28, 'zgg Member Home Economics Club,
'2Sg Member Music Club, '28, '29, President Music
Club, 'zgg--Charter Member Varsity Club: Treas-
urer'g'Se1'1i0r Classg Philomathean.
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M6mlJf't1 Band Emil Ljl'CllflSU'Zl, 28, ZQQ zigexf Girlsl lflagket-hall ffeam. f283 Philomgathean
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FREDERICK OLIVER Lois XYRIGIIT
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. Baldwin, Florida DeLand, Florida
A'Did they" Age I7 Mlhc idea, Age 17
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Q "For even tho vanquished, he could argue still." VVl1at more could be said."
' Member Football, '28g Member Glee Club, Sophomore News Reporter: Social Edi-
'28, '29: Member Baseball Team, 'zgg Philo- tor Junior Class: Secretary Pliilomathezmsg
mathean. Assistant Cheer Leaderg Philomatbeans.
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Valhalla, New York DeLand, Florida
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"To bv tl fir.ff-class It!'Zx'j'L'1'U "To avquirv flm ability tn slap fvaizzt witlz
"Her voice was vpry soft, gentle and lowg Ski!! Und dgxtmllty'
All Cxcellflll tlllllfi 111 WUUIHU. Y "The mildest manners and the gentlest heart."
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"To be or 1101' fo bc" "My Starsu Age IS
"And they say that small packages 'WYi1l1 a graceful little air,
are valuable." She wins and holds her own."
Pliilomrltlicau, Basket-hall Team, '26, '27, '28, l2Qj Music
Club, '26, '27, '28g Philomatliean.
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Senior Class ,,History' p
RITTEN records are generally said to be the only source of materia
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invasion of a great tribe of rats, who, spurred on by desire of greater knowledge,
immediately occupied Freshmanland.
Their struggle had just begun. They fought to get here, and they had to
fight to stay here, and are still lighting harder to win. Under the able leadership
of Leffie Hancock whom they chose for their President, they set about to ac-
complish their purpose, that of fighting, not enemies of their own likeness, but to
overcome the difficulties- of Algebra, English, Science, and History, subjects which,
incidentally, the class before had left.
In this manner fifty-three rats trained during the fall and winter of ,25-'26,
for the first battle of Examinations.
Sophomore Period :
In the year 1926, the first battle of Examinations being over the thinned ranks
Qonly seventeen survived of the rat forces of last yearj drew together with new
ones who proclaimed loyalty and organized themselves in Sophomoreland with
Lelhe Hancock again their President.
This period may be called the period of obscurity in popularity and activities
among other classes, but a high degree of classical intelligence was reached during
this time which enabled them to face boldly the Second Battle of Examinations.
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Junior Period :
-f The Fall of 1527 found the rats mentioned in chapter I, recuperating after the
Second Battle of Examinations, which had reduced their army to thirteen boys
and girls, now called Juniors.
Clifton Thornton was elected President and they quickly allied themselves
with others to form an inseparable body of' Juniors, who boastedtwenty-six in
They arose again in popularity in campus activities, athletics, and showed but
little decline intellectually. However, they acknowledged their superiors in the
early Spring of 1928 when they paid tribute to the Seniors at the Junior-Senior
CHAPTER III '
M odem History
The Third Battle of Examinations having been fought and the line losses
being small, the final number was determined to be twenty-one. They met, dis-
cussed, and came to certain conclusions that they were, after three years of pro-
gressive iighting, real dignified Seniors in the eyes of lower classmen 5 that under
certain conditions and approved by the faculty, they were to enjoy certain
privileges, notgranted lower classmen, that the task of putting out an annual
befell their lot, and immediately they put their shoulders to the wheel g and last,
but not least, that theirs woulli be the class of "1929,U one hundred years after
"the famous Class of I829,H from which Longfellow and his friends graduated.
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Senior Class Prophecy
l Z ERE it is July 4th, 1933! Giles and I are leaving Miami in our
monoplane for Chicago to attend the Worldls Fair. The plane is a
perfected Hying wealth, and after awhile Giles says to me:
"Tune in on the radio, boy, andilet us see what we can find out of the news
of the world. As we listened to the announcer we look at each other in
astonishment for we hear the melodious voice of Bradley Pipkin at Station
W. T. M. S., Montverde, announcing the Clarinet which he had lost back in 1929.
By this time we are over Atlanta and I am starving so I mention the fact to
Giles about stopping down at lunch.
"That suits me fine," answers Giles.
We now enter a cozy place, called the Royal Cafe, for our repast. Imagine
our surprise when we gaze upon Lova Barrier at the cash register and Helen
Baker pouring gravy over the potatoes. They tell us that they are doing a grand
Dinner over, we hastened back to the ship. "Look out, Giles," says I, "For
there is Frederick Oliver in his 1920 model Ford, rattling down the street, looking
the same as he did back in T. M. S., maybe a little more recklessf'
Now, there it was, a sign "F,lliott's Cigar Co." and as we enter we see Avis
Mae Brown at the typewriter and Vice-President Albert Kimbrough dictating
close by. They tell us that Ralph and Rosabelle have recently tied the happy
knot and are in Europe on an extended honey-moon.
We are again in the ship with Giles at the stick and I am tuning in on the radio
for more news. Giles nearly loses control of the ship when we hear Station
R. A. T. S., Cincinnati, featuring Clifton Thornton, the worlds' greatest bass
soloist, accompanied by his partner, the most popular pipe organ player of his
time, Leify Hancock. From the same station we hear that Miss Ethel LeFevre,
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dance, "Ride 'em Cowboy."
"Tune in on New Yorkfi says Giles.
"All right," I answered. As I do, we hear the announcer reading the names of
persons who were married in New York. The old motor gives a couple of
jumps when we hear that among those called out were Geraldine Reed and
We are landing at the fair grounds and have finished tucking in our ship. As
we walk up the street we sniff the odor of "Hot Dargs" like the Seniors of ,29
used to make. I completely lose my appetite when I see before me Lois Wright
and jane Horning running a stand patterned after their class stand. Of course
Giles wants a hot darg so, as I wait for him to devour it, I look around and see
way up in the air on ropes Marguerite Lynn and Nellie Barmer, now the
world's famous acrobatic performers.
"The sun is sinking low, Gilesf' I venture to say, "VVe had better beat it
for the hotel."
"All right," says Giles, "but since I need a hair cut I will stop here at this
barber shop for a bit. "Well, I'm a scoundrel if here ain't ole Mace still cutting
"Good evening, gentlemenfi exclaims Mace, "Step over here and meet the
woman of the outfit, my wifef,
We are dumbfounded to see Lois Nettles as his wife, polishing the finger nails
of Al Smith. A
Ding! Dong! Ding! Dong! "What is that, Giles Pi' I asked.
"That is the breakfast bell, and you had better be getting up," shouts Giles.
But what a happy out-look to the future I have had and may the whole Senior
Class be as happy as I have seen them in my wonderful dream.
F LEMING BUTNER.
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Last Will and Testament of the Class
of '29 W
STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF LAKE
We, the senior class of 1929, realizing that we are soon to take a sad departure
from these walls we love so dearly, and wishing to dispose of all our material
goods and to voice our wishes concerning the last acts to be performed over our
remains, do here declare and ordain this our last will and testament:
We, the Senior Class of The Montverde School, desiring to show our apprecia-
tion to the Junior Class for all the assistance they have given us in the past
year, do will and bequeath to the said Junior Class all our privileges, in the
anticipation that they will be well fitted to fill our vacant chairs as a loyal class of
I, Geraldine Reed, being a very frolicsome and frisky miss, do will and
bequeath to Benita Moon all my gay ways and friskiness that she may enjoy them
on the campus as I have done.
I, Clifton Thornton, being well versed on the value of silage, and being a
dairyman, do will and bequeath to William Deuel a tub of sweet smelling silage.
I, Bradley Pipkin, being a person of rare argumentative ability, do will and
bequeath to Lamar Williams the art of wearing a society moustache on the
I, Genevra Bailey, having a remarkably serene nature, do will and bequeath to
Nell Lowery my ability to scold the teachers with my catching ways.
I, Lois Nettles, being a very domestic young lady, do will and bequeath to
Mary Lou Abbott my position as clerk of the Senior Stand.
I, Ethel LeFevre, being the Senior blonde, do will and bequeath to Bessie
Weiner my light complexion that she may enjoy more popularity in the future.
I, Leffie Hancock, being a very quiet and reserved young man, do will and be-
queath to Steve Zant my ability to Jazz a piano, that he may sway great audiences
in the future, as I have in the past.
I, Giles VanSickler, being a woman hater, do will and bequeath to Mollie
Robinson my ability to shun the girls and keep out of mischief as I have.
I, Mace Stevens, being the school barber and the slowest talker of the Senior
Class, do will and bequeath to Theodore Perkins my barber shop, including chair
I, Helen Baker, the star Spanish student, do will and bequeath to Nita Rose
Kreher my easy method of reading and translating Spanish, so that Mr. Osborn
may be reminded of my quick response to his many questions on that subject.
I, Lois Wright, bei-ng a very demure young lady, do will and bequeath to Pearl
Elliott, my oratorical ability that she may at least hold one certain young man's
I, Lova Barrier,'in my noisy ways, do will and bequeath to Irene Ward my
modern way of getting demerits.
I, Nellie Barmer, being able to play basket-ball, do will and bequeath to Midget
Goodwin my skilled shots at the goal that she may be able to play basket-ball in
the years to come.
I, jane Horning, in flirtatious ways, do will and bequeath to Frances
Boone my privileges of riding every Saturday and taking a certain person with
I, Ralph Elliott, "The Woman Hater," do will and bequeath to Roy Sanders
my position as bell-boy and he may leave class early and thus avoid the rush of
girls as I have done.
I, Albert Kimbrough, being one of those seniors and a dignified Spanish
student, do will and bequeath to Paul Thomas my jealousy over a certain
I, Rosa Belle Little, being shy of all the boys, do will and bequeath to Leons
Rushing my dimples and smiles in hopes that she may use them to best advantage
as I have done.
I, Avis Mae Brown, with my melodoious voice, do will and bequeath to Devota
Bender my ability as a singer that she may reach high notes in her many
I, Frederick Oliver, being somewhat lacking in the upper story, do will and
bequeath to Valdemar Kreher my glasses that he may be able to study better and
thus become a second D. Frederick.
I, Flemming Butner, with my loving eyes, do will and bequeath to Ella John-
son my curly locks that she may win favor with the boys.
NVe hereby appoint Leon Howard to view our belongings that he may acclaim
any that have not been willed.
Signed, declared, and published this I 7th day of May in the Year of Our Lord,
One Thousand Nine Hundred and Twenty-nine.
LEON HOWARD Testator
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GERALDINE- REED .
NELLIE BARMER .
GERALDINE REED .
GENEVRA BAILEY .
HELEN BAKER .
GERALDINE REED .
NELLIE BARMER .
HELEN BAKER ..
LOIS WRIGHT .
NELLIE BARMER .
ROSA BELLE LITTLE
LOIS NETTLES . .
NELLIE BARMER .
LOIS NETTLES . .
AVIS MAE BROWN
NELLIE BARMER .
GERALDINE REED .
LOVA BARRIER .
HELEN BAKER .
GENEVRA BAILEY .
GERALDINE REED .
LOVA BARRIER .
GERALDINE REED .
ETHEL LA FEVRE .
LOVA BARRIER . .
LOIS NETTLES .
GENEVRA BAILEY .
JANE HORNING .
Ciitest . .
Best Athlete .
Wittiest . . .
Most Attractive .
Best Sport . .
Most Seareastie .
Most Corteeited .
Biggest Blujfer .
Most Studious .
Biggest Flirt .
Most Digriified .
Brightest . . .
Class Dude ' . . .
Mast Fickle .
Proudest . . .
Class Bachelor .
Most Popular .
folliest . . .
Best Musician .
Most Original .
Most Polite . .
Fastest Talker .
Reddiest Blusher .
M0stBashful . .
Neatest . . .
Most Adaptable .
Most Reserved .
M ost M isehievous
GILES VAN SICKLER
GILES VAN SICKLER
GILES VAN SICKLER
GILES VAN SICKLER
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Senior Class Poem
Compare us to a seed, '
That planted in the ground,
Has grown into a tree,
Needed the year 'round.
Compare us to a mountain,
That towers above the land,
And has a heart of gold
That is always in demand.
Compare us to an airplane,
That soars up in the sky
Flying ever upward,
Into the great by and by.
Faith, strength and highness,
All these things are real
With our motto so strong and good,
"Put your shoulder to the wheel."
D. BRADLEY PIPKIN
RIARCH zo, 1842 FMERSON BEDELL JANUARY 18, 1929
VVe, do respectfully dedicate this page in memory of our beloved friend Mr. Emerson
Bedell, whose death brought to an end our associations with the happy and helpful spirit
that made him loved by all that knew him.
Mr. Bedell, with his wife, Martha Pedell, came to Montverde in 1921. As the couple
loved boys and girls and had no children of their own, they bestowed their love and money
upon the students of Montverde School for their growth and development. Mrs. Martha
Bedell before her death some years ago, gave funds for the building of the Martha Bedell
Dining Hall, one of the finest buildings on the campus.
Mr. Bedell, the "Grand Old Man," of our school was loved by all who knew him.
UMXIHI IKHFC has find fi friend has found
The link 'frnixf iimrtal and dif."ilIl','
Though mm' he .rleefnv in lzallmved ground,
He lifes in mei1z01'y's saered .Yl1I'iI1U,'
And Ihew he freely move.: aboul,
The spirit fha! has quit the Clay,
And in the times of sz'1'es.r and doubt
Sustain.: his friends throughout the day."
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"Gemini 'nee Christmas"
Member Expression Class, '2Sg Treas-
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Junior Classg Philomathean.
"I spcct fd bettcr be goin' "
Member Basket-ball Team, Secretary
Agriculture F. F. F., Vice-president
Junior Class, Treasurer Sophomore
Class, ,ZSQ Vice-president Christian En-
deavor, Reporter Agriculture Club, '26,
'27, '28, Philomathean.
"I d0n't care"
Member Basket-ball Team, Member
Football Team g Member Baseball Team 5
Member Mechanical Club, Athenian.
Secretary and Treasurer junior Class,
Member Glee Club, '28, ,ZQQ Secretary
Music Club, ,ZQQ Athenian.
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Member Football Team, Athenian.
NITA ROSE KREHER
Member Music Club, Member Home
Economics Club g Sophomore Song
Leader 5 Member Glee Club 5 Philoma-
VVILLIAM L. DEUEI,
Member Agriculture, F. F. F. Member
Glee Clubg Member Football Team g
"Dear M e"
Recording Secretary, C. E., Member
Glee Club, '28, ,295 Assistant Secretary
Sophomore Classg Assistant Secretary
Athenians, ,295 Member Home Eco- l
nomics Club, ,281 Athenians.
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Member Basket-ball Team, '28,
Glee Club, ,28, ,ZQQ Philomathean.
RUTH ELIZABETH SHEPHERD
A "Oh My Lawn
JOHN M. BRYSON
ELLA FRANCES Goonyvm
Glee Club, '28, ,ZQQ Athenian.
Member Football Team, ,ZQQ President
Auto-Mechanic Club, '28, ,ZQQ Member
Member Basket-ba11,,'28, ,ZQQ Member
DOUGLTASS E. PATTERSON
"lVeII, I Rcckofz 50"
Member Band and Orcliestrag Member
Mechanical Club, Assistant Treasurer
junior Classg Philomatliean.
Ivy GERTRUDE RAL'LERsoN
'lO1z Lemme Seal'
Member Music Club, Athenian.
DEVOTA KATHERINE BENDER
Member Music Club, Member Glee
TARRIETTA ELOISE CARROLL
,IEss1E BIAY BUTLER
Member Music Club, '26, 527, '29,
Member Glee Club, ,ZQQ Philomathean.
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"I'll Ring Your Nasty Neck"
Member Basket-ball Team, ,27,- '28,
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Member Basket-ball, ,293 Philomath-
MARY LOU ABBOTT
"The"re Ain't No Good In That"
Member Glee Clubg Member Bandg
Member Music Clubg Member Basket-
ball Teamg Athenian.
ELI-:ANOR ELIZABETH MASON
"Oh My Goodness"
Member Home Economics Club g
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XYILMA LOUISE SHAVV
Member Basket-ball Teamg Philo-
XYALLACE J. AREY
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Member Basket-ball Teamg Member
Glee Clubg Secretary Athletic Associa-
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Member Mechanical Clubg Philomath-
Agriculture Club, Philomathean.
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Ladies ai'1dQ3Gentlemen, stklimping into the thirdfyear of our high school. .VVe
conie'pre'Rared to' enjoy ourQ battles with Geometry, Literilture, History, Spanish,
and Caesair? VV'e hope by the,ei1d of -the yea-1:.t'0 fhave Wop evefy single conflict
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" OFFICERS FOR YEAR 1928-1929
DONALD CORMACK . . . . . . President
WILTON PARKER . .... Vice-President
Lois WHIDDEN . . Secretary and Treasurer
MR. LEON OSBORN . . . Sponsor
COLORS: Blue and Yellow FLowER: Hydrangea
MOTTO: "Work conquers all things."
On September 3rd, 1928, we, the class of ,3I, rallied at Montverde to start
our career as Sophomores. Wle were indeed glad to extend the cordial hand of
friendship to the many new students which we found in our midst. Every one
was sure of a successful year, and all hoped to be back next year to fill the empty
seats which were left by the vacating Juniors.
Algebra, English, Science, History and other academic subjects we easily
conquered, and we are proud of the fact that we have always been well repre-
sented on the Honor Roll. Several of the boys have taken vocational training
courses. They have made good records, one of the boys taking a prize in Tampa
at the South Florida Fair. A couple of boys have been instrumental in designing
and building a new printing press.
In athletics we have been well represented. Wilton Parker, Steve Zant, and
Donald Cormack played first rate football. On the boys' basket-ball team, we
have Murphey Crawley, Leroy Lowry, Steve Zant, Wilton Parker, and Charles
VVeaver, all of whom did splendid work. VVinifred Smith and Lela Rushing
represented us on the girl's team.
Many of the boys have expressed a desire to play baseball, and we have
several seasoned players with us.
Our class has a Christian Endeavor Society of its own, and is doing splendid
work along that line.
- VVhen we return as Juniors, we intend to do bigger and better things in every
line of work.
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OFFICERS FOR YEAR 1928-1929
JOHN HUMPHREY . . . President
CORINE FOY . . .... V iee-President
FRANK BUTLER .... . Secretary and Treasurer
MISS ZEPP AND MR. SHOWS . .... Sponsors
COLORS White and Green FLOWER: White Carnation
MOTTO: "To the Stars through bolts and bars."
MARY THOMPSON J
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Philomathean Literary Society
On September 14th, 1928 a meeting was called of the Philomathean Society
for the purpose of electing officers for the following year. A number of old
members were back to welcome the large number of new ones, and all entered
together into the spirit of making this a banner year for the Philos.
Our Society gives a literary program once a month. These programs consist
of plays, debates, musical and literary numbers.
Following the custom it was our turn to entertain the Athenians at Hallowe' en.
This we did, and many are looking forward to the entertainment to be given by
the Athenians at Track Meet. Last year the Athenians won the banner from
usp however, everyone is in line spirits and looking forward to a victory for the
Philos this year.
OFFICERS FOR 1928-1929
. Fall Term
HELEN BAKER . . .... . . . President
KEMPIS CARPENTER . . Vice-President
Lois WRIGHT . . Secretary
MACE STEPHENS . . . . . Treasurer
MACEI STEPHENS . . Sargeant-at-Arms
Lo1s NETTLES ..... . . Chaplain
MRS. ELSIE B. HARSSON . . Sponsor
LEPPIE HANCOCK . . . . President
DONALD CORMACK . . Vice-President
ANNELL WELLS . . Secretary
GERALDINE REED . . Treasnrar ,
PHILOMATIIEAN LITERARY SOCIETY
Athenian Literary Society
In 1920 two literary societies, Philomathean and Athenian, were organized at
Montverde. The purpose of these societies is to create a literary atmosphere and
appreciation of the best of the literary world among the students. Each group
gives a program once a month. The Athenians have sponsored some splendid
numbers during this year, consisting of debates, literary authors, plays and
At the end of each year a track meet is held between these two societies, and
to the one receiving the highest number of points, a banner is awarded to be re-
gained or lost the following year. It is now in possession of this society .which
is planning to put up a hard light to hold the championship.
On October 3ISt, the Athenians were entertained by the Philos with a spooky
Hallowe'en Party. According to custom the Athenians serve their rivals at a
banquet following Track meet.
OFFICERS FOR 1928-1929 A
CLIFTON THORNTON . . . . . . . President
MARGUERITE LINN . . . . . Vice-President
GILES VANSICKLER .... . Secretary and Treasurer
MISS MCKAY AND MISS ZEPP . . . . . . Sponsors
RALPH ELLIOTT . . . . . . . . . President
CLIFTON THORNTON . .... Vice-President
BRADLEY PIPKIN ..... . Secretary and Treasurer
MISS MCKAY AND Mlss ZEPP . . . . . Sponsors
ROSA BELLE LITTLE.
ATHENIAN LITERARY SOCIETY
MUSIC CLUB ORGANIZED SEPTEMBER 1919 '
MOTTO: ,Siempre Gai ffllways Goyj
COLORS: Purple and White FLOWER: Iris
PURPOSE: "To know and to appreciate the kind of music which not only trains
mind and muscle, but enriches the souls of all who understand
mind and muscle."
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HELEN BAKER . . . . . . President
MARIE FERNALD . . . Secretary
MRS. J. N. ARNEY . . Sponsor
MR. J. N. ARNEY . . Director
CALENDAR FOR MUSIC EVENTS '
Annual Band Concert . . Feb. 22 Baccalaureate Service .. . May IQ
Class Night ..... May I7 Recital-School of Music . May 20
Expression Play-Orchestra May I8 Commencement . . . May 21
Besides playing a large part in the events listed above, the Music Club takes
its turn in giving programs about once a month. The band, orchestra, glee club,
and all music pupils contribute their share in making these affairs a success.
The expression class often add delightful selections. Occasionally, one or more
of these groups gives concerts in other towns. The Orchestra plays for chapel
exercises, also furnishes music for banquets and special occasions. 1.
In fact, we believe our motto might well read, "Ich Dien," CI servej.
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Smith-Hughes Auto Mechanics
On September I, IQ28 the Automotive and Machine Course started its fourth
To Ht mechanics to he leaders in their trade is the purpose of this course. This
is accomplished by stressing honesty in all their work and giving each student a
thorough understanding in all the mechanical phases of the automobile.
The course is outlined to run twenty months. This is divided into two ten
month periods. Instruction and practice of all the mechanical features of the
automobile is given in the ten months. The simpler machine operations are
also given in this iirst period. Carburetion, electricity in itsliapplication to the
automobile, trouble shooting and advanced machine work constitute the practice
and instruction in the second ten months. Three hours of practice work on all
different makes of cars is given each day. The subject of machine drafting is
taught with the course as a related subject. This enables the student to make a
working sketch and a drawing of any part to be made or machined.
The equipment in the garage is quite complete. All the small tools, necessary
for an up-to-date garage is part of the equipment and new tools are added, from
time to time. A grinder, press, power hack saw, benchdrill press, large drill
press, shaper and lathe is included in the equipment of the machine shop.
Machine shops, garages and auto shows are visited during the two periods to ac-
quaint the student with the practices of the trade and to keep up-to-date with the
new mechanical features.
Trade Science, a study of all parts of the automobile, gives the student of the
course a thorough understanding of his trade. This, with the practical training,
enables him to work intelligently and be a leader in his chosen work.
QFFICERS FOR THE YEAR
LAMAR XVILLIAMS . . Prfsideifzt
DONAI,D CORMACK . . . l71'cc-Presidffzt
ROY SANDERS . . S6'Cl'Cl'f11'j' and Treasurer
MR. FLAHERTY . . Tcafizer
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Smith-Hughes Vocational Agriculture
The Montverde Chapter of the F. F. F. fFuture Farmers of Floridaj, met
September 15th, for the purpose of electing officers. The following were elected.
CLIFTON THORNTON . . . . . President
GILES VAN SICKLER . . Vice-President
KEBIPIS CARPENTER . . Secretary
FLEMMING BUTNER . . . Treasurer
MR. B. K. WHEELER ......... Advisor
The F. F. F. is a state organization to bring together the different chapters
in social and athletic activities. The F. F. F. also offers different degrees of rank
by complying with certain objectives. First, is the green hand. Each member
then Works up to the Florda Farmer and, from the Florida Farmer to the Florida
Planter, the highest degree.
It is the custom of the Montverde School to send a stock, fruit, vegetable,
and poultry judging team to the South Florida Fair held each year at Tampa.
This year the students making the respective teams were: '
Live Stock: William Deuel, Kempis Carpenter, and Giles Van Sickler.
Fruits and Vegetables: Fleming Butner, Ben Gettings, and Valdamar Kreher.
Poultry: Dennis Carroll, Clifton Thornton, and Glen Hickson. Glen Hickson
won first place in judging white leghorns. '
Kempis Carpenter took second place in Angus Beef Cattle. As a whole our
team averaged as Well as the other teams in the state.
Three of ,our members will graduate from the Smith-Hughes Agriculture
course this year. They are: Kempis Carpenter, Giles Van Sickler and William
Mr. B. K. Wheeler, our most able teacher, has done much to improve the
campus and gardens for T. M. S. and we Want to express our appreciation for
his help in our 'club work.
GILES VAN SICKLER.
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This is the Hrst year in T. M. S. for Coach Shows. Though he arrived late
at the school he took his place at once. On the day of his arrivalthe Montverde
eleven were playing their Hrst game of the season. By the help of Mr. Flaherty
they had whipped a squad into shape for this first game. They played a game
T that showed their merits at the start. Coach took charge of the recruits and kept
them continually working that they might develop into a strong eleven, Fit to
meet one of the hardest schedules the school has ever made. .
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HANCOCK, I Captain j Quarterback
"Leffie" as Captain and quarterback was at the head of his team all season.
His ground gaining was well known by all the opposing teams.
"Ralph" played his second year of football as fullback. He did his best on
every occasion and tried to be worthy of his team.
"Edward" played his game as a halfback. He did not start the year as a
regular but proved his worth before the season was over.
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THORNTON, Right End
"Cliff, also played at end. Although his first year in football he showed that
he could play a remarkable game.
PIPKIN, Left Tackle
"Bradley" as tackle was well known on the team. He played a steady game
and was always there.
Hjohnieu filled a position as halfback. His offensive game is well known, but
on the defensive he hit them low and hard. Johnie is our Captain for next year,
and we are looking forward to a successful season.
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"Wilton" played at quarterback position. He kept a cool head and made the
most of every emergency. Parker did most of the forward passing for the team.
"Albert" the lightest man on the team iilled the position of center. It was
his first year in football but he seldom failed to pass the ball in the right place.
DEUEL, Right Tackle
"William" did not report for practice till late in the season, but he proved
later that he was a hard hitting tackle to all who opposed him.
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"Steven played at end. E He was down under punts, and his ability for catching
passes was undisputed.
A TROUSDALE, Halfback
"Wesley" filled the position at halfback. He was well known for his defensive
game, as well as carrying the ball.
HARPER, Right End
"Ralph" played all season as end. Few were the gains made around the
end while Ralph held that position.
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"Fleming" played his first football as guard. He applied himself to the task
of learning the game and he succeeded well.
WILLIAMS, Right Tackle
"Lamar" was the largest man on the team and the hardest tackler. Many of '
the opposing teams were impressed by his vicious and determined look.
CARMACK, Left Guard
"Donald," a new comer to football, filled a positionvas guard to the best of'
his ability. He always stood for a clean hard game.
Foot- all Squad
GILES VAN SICKLER
MR. SHOWS "COACH"
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M155 EVELYN DE VARY . . Monagfr
NELI,1E BARRIER .... . Forward
ELLA FRANCES GOODWIN . . Forward
HAZEI, COX .... . Forward
HELEN BAKER . . . Forward
BIARY LOU ABBOTT . . Forward
MARGUEIQITE LINN . . . Canter
ROSA BELLE LITTLE
BESSIE VVEINER . .
TLXNNELLE VVELLS .
XYINIFRED SMITH .
XYILMA SHAW .
GENEVRA BAILEY .
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Girls' Basket-Ball Team
The Montverde girls started very early in the season under leadership of Miss
Devary and Mr. Walker. Most of last year's team were back so they had good
material with which to start. New players were added and a strong team was
soon organized and successfully led by their able captain, Marguerite Linn.
The girls started out by winning and kept it up throughout the season. We
are certainly proud of our 1929 team. Each member played her part Well.
Boys' Basket-Ball Team
The boys of the Montverde team started their practice the first week of De-
cember. A large number of new recruits were on the scene to learn the game of
basket-ball. Only three letter men of the previous year, were left as a foundation
upon which to build the new squad. Coach Shows showed his ability by picking
out a team that was capable of holding its own against any team with which they
were evenly matched.
At the beginning of the year, it was thought that this would be a winning team,
but at the end of the season, they found themselves at the small end of several
Wherever they played, the team of twenty-nine were complimented on their
good sportsmanship and clean playing.
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KEMPIS CARPENTER . . Forward
WILTON PARKER . . Forward
MURPHY CRAWLEY . . . Forward
FRANK BUTLER . . . . Forward
RALPH ELLIOTT fCaptainj . . Center
LEROY LOWERY .... . Center
LAMAR WILLIAMS . . Guard
RALPH HARPER . . Guard
ALBERT KIMBROUGH . . Guard
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jerry and Genevra: "Oh-h-h-h, we'd love to.',
Mace: "Thanks, girls, I'm selling tickets, how many do you want P"
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Mr. Walker: "And the father of the prodigal son fell on his 'heck and wept,
what did he weep for P"
Donald Cormack: "You'd weep too, if you fell on your neckf'
4- 4- 4- Pk 4-
Virgil Lowe: "And last night I dreamed I proposed to the most beautiful
Nita Rose: "And what did I say P" '
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Mary Lou: "Aw,, Clif, I'm sugar, ainlt IPM
Clifton Thornton: "Yes, powdered sugar."
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Devota Bender: "Every time I sing, tears come to my eyesf,
Mr. McCauslin: "Why don't you stuff cotton in your ears P"
Pk 4- 4- 4- 4-
Irene Ward: "I always sleep with my gloves on. That,s why my hands are
Maurice Robinson: Yeh? well do you sleep with your hat on, too P"
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Albert Kimbrough: "Pearlie, do you know the latest song P"
Pearl Elliott: "No, what is it P"
"Albert: "Kiss me and I'll tell you." ,
Pearlie after a moment: "Gee! What a pretty name. Please tell me again."
4- 4- 4- 4- 4-
VVinifred Smith: "Did the boys say anything dove-like about me P"
Lois Whidden: "Yes they said you were pigeon-toed."
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Frederick Oliver: "Are you fishing P"
Bradly Pipkin: "No, just giving the fishes some swimming lessons."
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Geraldine Reed: "PII have you know I'm not the fool you think I am."
Roy Sanders: "Then what fool are you P"
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Annelle Wells: "I think sheep are the most stupid of all animalsf,
Ernest Kreher: "Yes, my lamb."
4- 4- 4- 4- 4-
Forest Olliff sent S. O. S. for some A. B. C.'s to be sent C. O. D. If they
don't arrive P. D. Q. he will be S. O. L. '-
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Mother Parrish: "Many true words are spoken through false teeth."
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Marguerite Linn: "Say, loan me fifty cents."
Frances Boone: "I only have twenty-live."
Marguerite: "Alright, give me twenty-five and then owe me the remainder."
Qlt is done.J
Marguerite: "Now you owe me twenty-five cents don't you P"
Marguerite: ,"And I owe you twenty-live P"
Marguerite: "Then we will call it square."
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No wonder the electric iron is not popular with Mrs. Dudley. It can only be
thrown the length of the cord.
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Clifton Thornton fed the cows newspapers thinking they would give print
:sf wr if as wk
IT TASTED LIKE HAM
Mr. Osborn entered his classroom. "To-day," he announced, I intend to
show you the inner workings of a frog."
As he unwrapped the package the students exclaimed: "Why, Mr. Osborn,
that is two ham sandwiches."
"Ah! how stupid of me," said Mr. Osborn perplexed, "I could have sworn I
ate my lunch a few minutes ago."
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Devota Bender: "That diamond ring I lost, used to belong to a famous
Bill Hancock: "Must have been Woolworthf'
Donald Cormack: "I once knew of a Scotchman that wouldn't go to a
Jeannette Stanton: "Why ?" A
Donald: "He didn't want to pay tribute to the deadf'
we if ix is if
Mr. H. P. Carpenter: "Why is the water blue, Lois P" .
Lois Nettles: fBeing an A1 Chemistry studentj, "Because there are certain
chemicals in the water and the reflection of the sky." V
Mr. H. P. Carpenter: "All wrong, it's because the wind blew over it."
Lois fGetting it backj : "Well, why is the Gulf green PN
Mr. Carpenter: "Must be because you live by it."
Miss DeVary had a little lamb,
'Twas given her to keep,
It followed her around until
It died from lack of sleep.
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3-School reopens for it'S seventeenth session. Many new
students are cordially welcomed and old students are met
with a smile. A '
8-Great excitement! New students drew for membership to
Every one got acquainted after
the two literary societies.
which refreshments were served. .
Io-Senior Class met, officers and Sponsors were elected.
I7-Raincoats, mops and buckets! No school. All evidence of
22-The Athenians gave a program-Special attraction! Some-
one sings a piano Solo.
29-Football season opens with Orlando game. Giles has the
misfortune of breaking his jaw. Several others are injured.
3-Seniors made pies and sold them.
12-Miss Weeks departed to take up another vocation. She has
joined in the Holy "Bumps" of Matrimony.
I7-Senior's "Declaration of Independence" was acknowledged
by the faculty Ctown privilegesjf'
27-Smiths and Hoovers have a diversion from politics
and play football. Hoovers victorious. Home Economics
Club gives two plays.
31-Ghosts and goblins prowled about. The Philos entertained
I-Everyone excited, only eight days until we go home.
6-Look out for tires! We are all firemen. Chief Walker
9-Armistice vacation begins, everyone is in smiles.
16-First football victory. V
23-Fire down town! Coach is hero, rescues box of powder from
24-MTS. Carpenter gives bonfire in honor of two football
26-Seniors staged a "Krooks Konventionf' Pass word "O-
Watta-goo-siamf' Only belts and knives were used to ex-
hibit their strength.
29-Thanksgiving Day. Turkey? Yum-Yum!!
30-Teachers are gone. Were we good? Oh, boy and how?
1--Athenians attempt a program, Bradley is main feature.
5-We've "Lost a Chaperon" and it sure was carried out well.
"Oh, isn't that drawl?"
8-A newly married graduate came to see us, Mr. Bryant
11-Kiwanians have banquet. Mr. Dann boosts Florida.
14-Special attraction-"Elopement of Ellenf, featured by Sen-
iors. Dorothy Little wins beauty contest sponsored by
I8-Senior rings arrive at last.
19-Faculty rushed! Senior Home Economics class gives faculty
Christmas Tea. Mother Parrish and Mrs. Dudley also en-
tertain in the evening.
21-We would tell you more on this day, but we Went home for
10-D. A. R.'s visit school. We were favored by a talk from
two of them.
17-"Only women and hyenas laugh? I guess we girls will
take a back seat now. Mr. Osborn led chapel.
22--A professor from Boston University delivers excellent speech
on "American Ideals."
24-Girls go on Weiner roast on Lake Florence after Study Hall.
2--Rats! Southern Rats Qfrom Lakelandj played Basket-ball
against our boys.
5-Major Martaindale, Chief Ranger of Yellow-Stone National
Park, gives interesting talk on "Wild Animal Life."
THURSDAY, 7-Seniors are away for the day. Musicians have hot dog roast
on shores of Lake Florence.
SATURDAY, 9-Mr. Grover of Rollins College gives lecture on Children's
THURSDAY, I4-Teachers all get joke' Valentines. The Seniors feature a
TUESDAY, 19-The President of Rollins College addressed the students in
THURSDAY, 21-Exams begin. Everyone is getting studious.
FRIDAY, 22-A number of girls privileges were taken. It does seem that
socks were all the vogue.
FRIDAY, I-Pancake Supper, sponsored by the juniors.
SATURDAY, 2-Students are preparing big for the coming "event,' of the
' year, Track Meet.
MONDAY, 4-Serious minds are in vogue for new semester. New resolu-
tions are made, to be exempted.
FRIDAY, 22-Every one goes visiting or home for the Spring vacation.
TUESDAY, 5-Some excitement and preparation. Seniors give play.
FRIDAY, I9-Track Meet begins. Every one is anxious for the outcome.
SATURDAY, 2o-Hurrah for the winners of Track Meet! And a good feed,
FRIDAY, 26-Juniors give Seniors a grand time. Thanks so much!
FRIDAY, 3-The final inter-class debate was enjoyed by all. Every one
FRIDAY, I7-Seniors day of joy. They perform.
SATURDAY, 18-Such a success from Mrs. Carpenter's work-the Commence-
SUNDAY, I9'A special religious program for the Seniors-Baccalaureate
MONDAY, 20-We were glad to see so many of the Alumni.
TUESDAY, 21-At last we receive our walking papers, more specifically
known as diplomas.
WEDNESDAY, 22-Seniors bid good-bye to Good Ole High School and many
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