Morton Memorial Schools - Retrospect Yearbook (Knightstown, IN)

 - Class of 1933

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Cl it-THE RETROSPECT cn v XILXNQW I 19,33 , F, Pulvlisllcd By Thv J SENIOR CLASS I 'I or I Morton hfmnorial High School KX , '- i ' U l .- 1 ' ' """N- f -4 xg 0 ,.. 'S e sx ir - ---4 4 - L A----X -1 W x ESSxQQ1561QQl56:l5el5QtSG9f I . 0 .4 Q 9-1 ... Q-1 .- .4 on .- This hook is designed to perpet- uate the memory, to record the accomplishments, and especially to reveal the spirit of the Class ot' 1933. However, this volume em- bodies not solely the annals of the Senior Class, but also the year's account of the high school. Many years of study, laughter, and sorrow have we spent here. Led on by these endearing remem- lmrances, we present this Annual, the H1933 Retrospect," with the hope that some day the events portrayed herein may bring to our minds pleasant recollections of the days and the years we have spent at our Alma Mater. THE SENIGR CLASS. WWW5i?'9l9'W'9i9WWi F GREWQRD ., ,af ,fn , 'o 'Ffa 195 Y ', ' X -I --s. 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'se' -,.-Q 1 :Q-r 40- .ag X "'i'y-,N ox A-iff . 2,-Nxxg.,-I fx! M -I .- lla Z 1 , 1-,! .. . + f ? ad In ,U ... Mu.. . "Z "tg-f'-ff ,-ff" ew 'CIZII THE SCHGOL ,xi . "l ykxxfwynlfx M16 X'AY ,fx . 'N 1151- If , HQ tj I ' IV s , ww, AJXQI-S V.-g'qRZ6jE + SQQQ A101 -J I f --i3OCi--H- R Ii 'I' R CJ S P Ii C T ---f'GOCi-M BOARD OF TRUSTEES JOSEPH A. BIINTURN .KR'I'Hl'R WOLF l'rc-sidcnt Vice-President ICLNII-Ill SHICRWOOII MRS. I-IIDITII .I.M'liS 'l'rm-asurvr Secretary -----::,o':.m--- was --2110:---H ' , .JO IJ If 'IQ I2 U S I' If Cf 'I' --H130-,. ,,-. . l'Uli'l'NER OFFICERS Nl R S. I.. .L CURTN wrinubndent Nlalrmm H. A. Kl'llN S14-wzlrtl -- :Qo.:---- I0 1 x L-esoa:--H --'iI3OC1--M R Ii T R O S P E C T --EEOC!--'H FACULTY W. V. KLIPSCH MRS. W. V. KLll'Sl'll Superintendent of Schools Home lieonomics, Mathematica A. B. Stanford Pniversity ll. S. l'urdue fniversity NIRS F. Y. MORGE W. t'. EWING English Science -X. ll. t'entral Normal Vollege ll. S. Indiana State Teachers' Uollege ...:,0gg..A.H. 1033 .L,.w:30cg....,- :4O-:---- 10 if AI' 13 H 31' I-Q if 'I' --523031----' R. li. EIJICR XLNIEIT X SHI-IARER Xthlm-tics. Nlanual Training Vnninu-rcial, Physical Education H N Indiana Stats- 'I'c-acht-rs' Voile-gv X, li. Vt-ntrai Normal College fr. n.. N I HRS. ODA li. t'll.XNIl'l'I WARN PI. HHIVRICK Hixtury Latin. Hixlnry .L li. lndnana l'niu-rxity A. li. Indiana lnivorsity A-f2O'If-- I '7 3 ----'SO :Za- --1.: ,,----- . . , , --1.1 M A X'-of-J R I" 'I' R CJ S P If C' 'I' "'O"'--" ,xx 5 ,-l:' . D4 1,1 r st ' f . llpjllpjx gyllypjlg RHR'I'IiA M. ELLIOTT Nlugif. Axrt llomv Economics. Library li. S. Nl. llm-Pauw Ynivorsity Pllfduf' l-'nl"9fSll!" li.XRYl'IR V. Wllllill'l' MAH l,.Xl'GHl,lN Hand, Urrlwstra, Nlallu-matics .lunior lligh School ll Y. Hall Stall- 'IR-ac-hm-rs' College Hall State Teachers' College ,A--.::,oA:M---- 1 Q as ---M::,o-:--H --413011-.'-A---A R E T R O S P E C T ---2230 E::,.,.-- THE SENIOR CLASS President Vice President Secretary Class Colors Class Flower Class Motto Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Business Manager Sports Editor Feature Editor Class Editor CLASS OFFICERS Cleon Harris Edith Harrington Wilma Perkins Green and White American Beauty Rose , Advancement is honored but retreat is scorned. THE STAFF Leibert Sedgwick Edith Harrington Edward VVilson Edwin Burton Mary Starkey Wilma Perkins Organization and Activity Editors Clara Lookebill and Leslie Hull CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Junior Sophomore Freshman Junior High Sch tiii l Thelma Tuttle Louella Hull , Viola NVo0dS June Smith and Joan Sedgwick 4w:,oc:-u--- 1033 ---:zaoc-1--A-A le ull ick i Basketball l, Z, Dramatics 1, Z. fi. --HLDOLZ'---A R E 'I' R CJ S l' lf C T --A-L3 CLEON HARRIS Vlasa l'r1-side-lit l, 2, Ii, 42 llasket- i,..1i i, 2, 3, 4. lxao-1.1.11 1, 2, ra. 41 Vive President lfliu- Club Il: Presi- ilt-nt lilite fluln -1, Choir 2, Ii, 42 ltoy's tllee Cluli 2: Umiet Mawr 41 Morton Evho Staff 25,43 Drarnati--s l, 1. l'IlJI'l'H HARRINGTON t'hnlr l, 2, Il, 4g Girlk Glee flult ' 1, 2. Zi, ,lg Urn-hestra 25, ii. 42-Pliilll' l, 2, ffl Yoon! l'eol1le's Sovietk' 2-4. -1, Morton livhu Staff IS, 41 fllflf 4, Axsistant l-lditor Retrospect 4 EDNVIN BURTON lianrl l, 2, It, 4: Ort-he-Xtra 2, 3. 4: liasclrall 3, 4: Student Man- ager of Atheletivs 2. ii. 4: litlitur of Morton liuho Sl, -11 Sports Pitlitor of Retrosnn-rt 3. 4: President of Young l'eople's Soceity Zig Vive President of Class 2: Cadet Hand 2. Ci, 4: Uramativs 4: Royal Fade! Ort-hestra ZG, 45 Quill and Scroll 4. LEIBERT SEDGVVICK Cadet Capt. 3, 45 Morton Echo Staff 3, 43 Editor Retrospect 43 Honor Scout 4: Local Bookkeeping Contest 45 Manual Training Contest lg Uramatit-5 1, 45 Young People? Sot-it-ty Ii, 4: Quill and Scroll 4. V wimi.-x PERKINS 3 llioir 1, 2, 35, 4, Girls' Glve Club l, Z, ZZ,-1:0rs-heatra l.2lIJFBl'112iYlt'S Il, l: fiirl Svouts 4, Young lk-oplek Society It, 4: Girl! ltasketlmll 1, 2: Flu-f l-Mlitor Retrospcvt 4. C'OUR'l'NEY MILLER Basketball l, 2, 3, -1: liasebull l. 2. Si, -t, Morton lit-ho Staff 24. 4. Young l'eople'b Society Ii, -1. Ura- nxatuua 45 Cadet Lin-ul. 4. ' .a. ' awx-,0.:,..-- 1 Q aus -.asoc-A-U L...- .,. X 'J----- ,Q ' IJ If 'll R fl N l' lg t, I ---140' awww .zz :E l "ll 1 l.liSI.IP1 HYLI, Itn-l-tv-tlmll I 3, 4. Rasvlvxll 2. 3, l. Vlnur 15, It 1, Huy! Ulf-4' Vlulv I llrmvmlw- 1. 2, R, 4, t':ul0t lu-u' l lt'-xml Valle! Urrhvstra 3. l H--nur S4-lm' 4, Young: l'z-mule-'rx S-wnmy li, 4. tirgnnizntwrw Hlitor It.-1 rl mpvv! 4, 51 ARY STARKEY Vhmr l, 2. 3, 4, Girls' Glee Klub l,2,Il,1,0 rrhcstra 1. 2, 3. 4. Vlanu t'nnteQt 2. 41 Urnturiral rnnv tvs! 1. 2. fl, 4. l'e1-plefs Sm-net tor Retrospect WILLI A M SM ITH Uramativa 4, Yrvunsz y 14, 4, Feature Edl- 4. Iiand 2, 54, 4. Orrheitra 3. 4: Vhmr 4. fade! Capt. fi, 4, Dra- 4: Bw-ya' :ummm 4, Cheer Leader tllee t'lulx 4: R-vyal Cadet Urchestrn Il. 4 Young l'eople's Stwiely 3, 4. MARGARET SMITH Choir 1, 2, 3. 4: Girls' Glee Club 1.2.3, 4: Drnmatics 3. Young l'cupIe'- Society 3. 4. -l LA YMON LOWDER l ltanll l. 2. 3. 4, Urvhestrn 'K Choir 2. 3. 4: Buys' Glee tlluill 2. 4, calm Lieut. 4, Ru,-B1 Clam Orchestra 4. Honor Scout Il. Young V:-nplc's Socxety fl. 4 VIOLA BYBEE Girl-' Glee Club 1, 2. fl, 4. Vlfuur " 4 1 4-H t'luh 2. Dranmtlvs 4 nf -1 ,O , IQ g 3 -,is,O,h-,,,,, ,s ,- b ., RETRCDSIICT t,. -wwoeww l EDWARD WILSON Cadet Mawr 43 ljramatics l, 2 ll, 45 Oruturiral Cuntvst 2, 3, 4 Lutin t'untor-it 2, St, Svlmul l-lditu Nlurtun Echo 4: liuyx' Glee Club 4 Vhuir Si, 41 Orchestra 43 liaml 2 ll, 4, Young l'eopl4-'re Society 34, 4 Quill and Scroll 4: Rusinesn Man anger Retrospect 4: Royal Cadet Ur l-ln-slru 4, CLAIRE LOOKEBILL Vhuir l, 2, It, 43 Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, Il, 4, Urvhestru l, 2, 3, 4: Ilrnniatirn Jig Yuung l'eople's Su- ciety 34, 4, Organizations Editor I Retrospect 4. 3 ' LAWRENCE GIBBS ,' Basketball 2, 3, 4, Raseball 2, 4 1' Uramaticu 3, 4: Hand 1, 2, 3. 4 H Orchestra 41 Cadet Band 2, 3, 4 t Nuys' Glee Club 1, 4: Young Pen plek Society 4, 1 1 2 EUGENE HOWYER U Hand I, 2, Ii, 43 liuys' Glee Club 2, 4, Cadet Hand 1, 2: Cadet Capt. t 43 Young l'vuple'n Society 4- ' E LOR ETT.-K ROWVER Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club l, 2, 3, 41 Dramatics 31 Girl wuu I 5 l 4. t WILBLTRN LNTHANK Hand l, 2, Ii, 45 Orchestra 3, nir Uruturir-ul Cunt:-st 2. 35 Dramlticl 4. -2. 4 l .J -wmowwu :Qty W nn V . , . 1, v 1 0 1 131' 1 11 11S1'l' 1 1 ----Q01 ..- '1 1'--- 12 ,. . - , . , ,A THE ,IUNIQR CLASS 1,1-11 111 lljflll, fxsi 1'1 l-1a1111s Stcvviis, Mary A1111-1's11n. 12111121 1211-111-1-, Rulh 1'14l1'1', ll'1'Yl1' vlllll1l'. l":1ll'. 1111111-1w111'111. and Fayc X'1lyll'S. 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After SI' IZ these difficulties had been vanquished, they meet again only to face together the "Cliff of Civics." During the year the class was well represente in a R th Buckler, a freshman, representing the school in a commerical contest, held at u Anderson. The class was represented in the glee clubs, the band, the orchestra, and the basketball and the baseball teams. This time, the "Fence of the Sophomore Year" was on the border of the woods. The class, having lteen decreased to twenty, climbed cheerfully over the fence and d ' ll the extra-curricular activities. plunged into the woods. The path immediately divided into three trails. One was marked "To Higher and Better Things," another said "For Those Who Do Not Care," and the last one that seemed the easier, was marked "For the Cheater." Here the class was brought to a sudden stop-which trail shall we take, shall we all travel together or shall we divide and let each pupil take his choice, but after a discussion the class took the trail marked "To Higher and Better Things." When they took this path, they knew that on the trail they would meet obsructions. The first obstruction was the "Lion of Latin"g but the capable aid of Miss Mary E. Hedrick, the class passed by. Then came the "Monster of Geometry." Here the class needed the able assistance of Mr. Garver C. Wright. In the sophomore year James Chilcott and Irene Tuttle represented the class in the county Latin contest. Although neither won a place they both were benefited by s Chilcott also went to the Rush County Oratorical Contest. There he won second place, and brought honor to his class. Hugh Banks and Joseph Miller represented the sophomore class in a Geometry Contest, held in Richmond. Both were capable of solving the theory of Geometry, but others were better: and neither of our boys placed. Audrey Voyles went to Indianapolis to a music contest. She however did not win a place in the contest. She was also a representative in the local oratorical the experience. Jame contest. She proved to be an able orator. In nineteen hundred and thirty-two, the class having been decreased to fifteen in number, entered the "Woods of the Junior Year." The first obstruction to which the class came was the "Wars of Caesar." Some of the class remarked that they wished that Caesar had died before he became a great man. All the class helped bo engage in and win his battles, but a few of the class received wounds and were compelled to retreat to the rear. Commercial Arithmetic proved to be very easy, as the class had studied it in their eighth grade work. A small part of the class, who were interested in Journalism, became reporters for the school paper, this was the only new subject added to the Junior year. Mary Alderson and Irene Tuttle, two self-made mathematicians, decided that they wished to struggle with third term algebra. Both girls made good grades. In this year some of the members of the junior class were selected for the Morton Echo staff, Joseph Miller and Ethel Butterworth were appointed assistant editors, Mary Alderson was appointed news editor, Irene Tuttle, school editor, Frances Stevens, exchange editor, and Audrey Voyles, editor of clubs and organizations. James Chilcott and James Famer represented the class in the local oratorical contest. Although James Farmer did not place, James Chilcott won the third honor. .Iames Chilcott and Audrey Voyles were members of the 'tRoyal Cadets Orchestra." Ernest Hall and Mary Alderson represented the class in the county Latin contest but neither won a place. The entire class took part in the county spelling contest. Other f th extra-curricular activities of the members of the class were active members o e Schfllil. M.::,0te---H iv 2 i -suasotz-W """' i A :si:.Aj..L.-.,. - --""""' - ---A.-QQ... I .....-.. - M -llr ,. - 1 i,. xr vom--- is If i is fm s if if. c, i -.Nof --,, , THE SOPHOMORE CLASS iii, ' isnut. Krystal lrft tn right. tirst rim' Virginia Slii'npsliii't1, Him- Smith. l-luth 'ht ' ' -. . 2 ' - vrkins. Maxinv llarris. Annamat- Hurtun, lbwiggins, lf-uella lltill, lliihy Whitt Nl nit 1' antl I-Ilsiti Wiright. St-vnnil rwwf litigt-rw Fastlv. Jun 1 lt lli1QlJ11lUi4tvn X 'n-rnnn Bin- Juhn I4-nion, and Miss Mary Ht-ilriuli, sponstir. ll r l'hilt-mt, Bunniti llailtlnck, Irt-nu Ste-vt-ns, Louisa llI'1iC', 21' . , , , A ' ' ' "N 'irvol Nnhlc. llt-rsclit-l llarr'is,Javl14'hilti l't't'NL1lf'nl erwlivl X an Dusen llarwlil llitlt., F. Third rnwf-Edwin llall, ll . . , wtt, lit-ni'gv XVilsnn, Stanlvy Przysttip, anil ll--nry liittlt-. l"ai'vt-l Nolxlv Blaxint- llarris Yin' l't'L'Sitlv!1t llarl-lil lliclis Sw re-ta ry Vlaff t ulnrs Willis- lsltvwvt' Kllhrr Blutlti Silvi-i antl Blin- Ye-llnw Rosa lfiix vital' ratin. was awcptctl as tht-ir ' M'll FUR 'l'llF ltllll-'li HXYIJ All I-'HR 'l'lll" VI AAN 9 , , . ., i niuttii hy thirty-tivo "gn-uri hut gmwirig frm-shmvn, whit twiiiipnsutl the class uf l' . 'Sify 'l'ht- 1-lass wt-xiii-il ti- tinil thvii' grt-att-st ilitliutiltivs in Algt-hra. aftt-r thi-y ' ut liv the- cl- 40 M' tht' Qt-lwnl vvar must ' hail ht-gun tht-ir uarvvi' as stutlt-ntsg li 5 it-ntly wt-ll Iii lit- primiutvtl. uf thi- cla-X had iiiastt-rt-il this aulrjt-ct siitlit' l i'n wvrv nrese-nt anal assisted in kt tlt tirat nit-eting of tht' lflitv Vlnlm the fresin t . 1 - . 4m-li-vtirig wtlict-i's fur that t-lul-. 'Flin-3' also ht-ltl a class nit-sting and t-lt-ctt-tl tht-ir tifllct-i's. Mifx Alnif-ilu Shi-art-r. the- tliss apuiisivr, otft-rcd many ht-lpful suggestiuris. The t-11155 i wax initiati-il into tht- lzlitv ' N 'Pill' Milf tl Vliili :iniitlst mticli laughtt-r. many painful lliisht-s nn tht- ' ' ' X " 'Q x iw -vim-st-ritul in many nf tht- iwiit nf thi- frushnii-n, ancl t-rij--yiiii-iit for the upper ulasrincn, lhi tit t x intl num tiil la tht tlu K rti tix ' 'tl iiit-iiilwrs wort- in the m't'liesti'a. - ax - z 1 il tht- liasul-all Ni-liiml an-tixivs. Sn-vi-ral lmyw wt-rv in tha' liantl1 antl il ,xiii xull itpit tnttil in thi hi ltitliill in Ih-i lit-xhmziii vlaff max a lvkt -.- . -. N. . , nv li, that xprimg nf' will a Girl Sunil! trunp was -irganim-il hy Blisst-5 lmmtliy . - --.,5Ocj..---- 1 0 ,m im ---g1:0.3f.----- ---'i23OCi--'M R E T R O S P E C T ----38061--U tanary, Bianca Allison, lfrances Knight, Mary Marshall. and Mrs. lftta liwingg three sophomore girls were made members of this troop. rl-lie class was also represented in the Iioy Scouts by Stanley Przystup, Vernon Rise, llerschel llarris, Jack Chilcott, llarold llicks, and lidwin llall. The Royal Vadets, a jazz orchestra, was organized in 114132 by Mr. W. V. Ewing. .lack Vhilcott and Vernon His- were soon active members of the orchestra. The pupils of the freshman class also seemed to take an interest in contests. ln the oratorical contest Wallace Yan Hook carried off third prize and Louise Brock received honorable mention. liouise Brock, Annamae liuiton, and Ruby White received prizes in the Bible contest. ln a spelling contest held that year several of this class went to Knightstown to compete with the students of the Knightstown school. A number of the girls had joined the Glee Vlub at the beginning of the year and several were members of the choir. 'l'he tlfll club, contained ssyen members of the class. At the close of the school year these little "freshies" were glad for the coming vacation. They thought they were in need of a wellwarned rest, In the second year of high school the membership of the class was decreased by eightg and twenty-eight were left to flounder on in the great sea of knowledge and learning. Geometry proved rather difficult for a tinieg mu , wi of the class, it was overcome. Latin also was l t th the supreme patience of Mr. ti. t'. Wright and the natural brilliance a trial, which they were able to conquer with the guidance and the help of the class sponsor and Latin teacher, Miss Mary Hedrick. History and English, being old, reliable friends, carried few hardships for the extraordinary sophoniort- class. The girls vigorously studied typewriting and several of theni were overjoyed to have received pins for their speed and accuracy. M"s Shearer was an untiring physical education instructor. and under her . is efficient tutoring, with Marie Perkins as referee. the girls played many interesting games of basketball. Other forms of exercises which they enjoyed in physical education were baseball, tennis, bat ball. volley hall. and calisthenics. The boys, also, enjoyed their class of physical education under the careful instruc- tion of the school's efficient coach. Mr. R. E. lfder. Since the seniors of 1932, who had been very active in the choir, had left some vacant chairs, the sophomores were asked to till them. .lack llliilcott. Vernon Bise. Edwin l ' NV ifht, Marie Perkins. and Maxine llarris came to the llall, Stanley Przystup, I-I sie ripe aid of Miss llelen Snider, the director of the choir, who gladly accepted their services. Several of the girls of this class had been members of the 4-ll club the preceding year, and when the club began work in 19353, two more members were also chosen from the sophomore class. Vernon llise was a member of the Boys' tilee Vlub and nine sophomore girls were in the tiirls' tilee t lub, As the career of this class of '35 has been quite remarkable the last two years, these twenty-eight "sophies" hope to be juniors next year. 'lihey look forward eagerly to the time when they will be "dignified seniors." 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Lou-tta Bnwvi'.1Iai'y Starlu-31 llazvl YVomlr Lonvlla Iliill, .lf-anno Iinrton. Aiiiiaiiiat- Burton. and Kflith llziiiiripgtim. Q, ..,... --. . , Illz 4,II.I, 5 t,I,hI'. t,l,l I3 was fnriiiwi in tht- yt-ui' 12027. Bliss Ham-l Mrtilain was tht- niiisiw insti'iic'tni'. 'l'hm- Kilt-mi liltih piwirik-sst-ii tinilvi' tht' iiistiiivtiwri uf Miss A: Mt-t'lain. Miss Annaniat- XX crtz was the iiisti'ut'tm4 the nuxt yt-ax: Sht- rt--nrganizocl the Ulm- Vliih anil hi-lpwl thvni vvry mum-h in thc-ir wnrk. Miss lfi':1ii-ws liwniiiui' heigan supcrvising tht' Ulm- Vlxilw in liflit. Shv vi-ntinuecl this work nntil 120311. In St-ptviiilwi' nf thv yvaii 19351. Miss Helvn Sniflciy who was ,illsl SUIIUHLZ in H10 pi-iulbssinn of ti-avliinir, was this Mlm- Vliilfs nm-w insti'Lzvtui'. Bliss Snirlz-is took gre-at pls-asurw in iw --fi rganizinig tht- Vlnh and planning: tht' whisk for th yt-ai: 'l-hv lllt-0 Fluli was iw-iliiwml in Iwi-ntv-six int-inlim-rs. lhv girls xwim- invitt-rl to thv .-'Kina-riran Logfiwii iiivs-tint! at tlzv l'i't-sliytwizin Vhurch in liwiiiigtnii lust yi-ar. 'l'he-y, alsw atti-nfli-fl twf' Sunday sn-i'vitw-s at this l'iw-sliytf-i'iari l'hui'vh in Kniifhtstmxn. This yi-ar, iinili-i' thi' siipviwisinii nt' Bliss Srii-li-1',tlis-:girlshav-stlifliwl inivra- niastvr- pit-ws. Thi- film- Vliih is an Q-le-1-tivv siilgivt-tg as many as ilt-sim-if han' live-n allmvt-fl to rn-main in thi- ilziss :as I-ini: as thvy shim an invlinatznn tt- wifi-t. 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Kfjoylu- I ll I I "'o,'L.-- , y ,. ,Q L fr, ,ra IS, .k' ET ,nis -i a zed nd ver, is a and 'ing dets ited -rps. and the inies rvel " '...--..f-. --4230611--'-E R li T R O S P E C T --'iZ'.1O'3i---H THE MORTO ECHO d in the fall of l'4"'l with Robert t'ost as editor. V' T HE Mflli'l'UN Ecllfl was starte ...., To him and the staff of six members fell the task of forming a style sheet to .D govern the punctuation of the sentences and the capitalization of the words used ff" in the copy for the paper. Robert's assistants were associate editor, Marion l.emong news editor, Varl Decker, school editor, Sarah Brandenburg: make-up editor. 3 D li ' and business manager, James De- llarrison Patrick: exchange editor, Varl I. ern, frees. l.ater during the same year Harrison and Robert exchanged positions on the staff. At the beginning of school in 1930, the position of editor was given to Lee Byluee. l.ee had four assistants in publishing the paperg his staff of assistants was composed of an assistant editor, a school editor, a news editor, and a make-up editor. This staff published a very interesting paper. They added additional rules to the style sheet. Ruth Mitcham followed Lee as editor of the school paper in 12431. She also had an able staff which was composed of five members: an associate editor, a news editor. a school editor, a make-up editor, and a sports editor. By the time this statf retired. they were publishing three or four pages of interesting news. lluring the school year of ' - Indiana Press Association. They ente udents who attended the convention at Franklin were ind Edwin Burton. These four 1931-1932, four members of the staff went to Franklin red the Morton to attend a convention of tht Echo in that association. The st Edith llarrington. 2 ideas for making the paper a bigger and better success. In January of 110252. Edwin Burton accepted the position of editor. The staff at Ruth Mitcham, John Yoyles. brought back with them many the time consisted of assistant editors. Vleon Harris and Edith llarringtong news editor. l,eibert Scdgwickg school editor, Edward Wilsong and exchange editor. courtney Miller. courtney had previously been sports editor. To this staff. in September of the same ve'ir were added two assistants, Mary Alderson- as assistant new editor. and Thelma I . Tuttle, as assistant school editor. In January, 1203-iii, because the seniors were working on the lietrospect. a new statf was appointed. The present staff is: editor. Edwin Burton. assistant editors, Ethel Butterworth and .loseph Millerg news editor. Mary Aldersong school editor. Thelma ' ' "" ' 1 -li '.F'ances tditoi for clubs and organizations, Audrey X oylls, and txthangc tt itoi 1 Tuttleg - ' ' Stevens. The present staff is assisted by the other members of the junior class and by re- porters sclected from the junior and the senior high schools. Those in grades below the junior class who wish to be reporters must have a passing grade in all their subs -iects and grade of t' or more in English. The Morton Echo started with only two pages of the llonzc .lournal, now it occupies tive or six pages of the same issue. The statfs have always had the paper ready to go to press on time. Mrs. l". Y. Morge has been the faculty sponsor o With her aid the staff of 120321 planned the following code, te co-operate with the facul- ty, to refrain from publishing unkind criticism or news that is not true, to maintain a high standard of sportsmanship, to use correst English. lluring the year of 1143312 the school received a charter from the Quill and Scroll. an honorary international journalistic organization. The following students have been accepted as chapter members: l,eibert Sedgwick. Edwin Burton. 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I 9 111x.11111-11111.11Ix'111.1:1111111-1111111111111111111 1 1 1, .J --,,.0,,fM--.. 111 1 1 Q.-,-01,w-H -Mpsofz-W 1a If '1' 12 o s 11 li ci 'r ---4:3001---A THE ELITE CLUB ' 'llli lil.l'l'lC f'l.l'li, for eight years the social cluh of Morton Memorial lligh l' School, was organized in the fall of nineteen hundred and twenty-five. The Dtf purpose of this cluh was to improve the social conditions, to create interest in + ' 'if school work, and to familiarize the students with cluh aml organization pro- eeedure. This year the cluh has not heen exceptionally active, hut the pupils hope it will go much farther in the future to estahlisli these ideals. The first high school meeting was hrought to order two weeks after school had started. The purpose of this meeting was for electing officers, getting acquainted, and making the first plans for initiating the freshmen into the cluh. The officers of the cluh elected for the year were as follows: ileon llarris, a senior, president: Ernest llall, a junior, vice-president, lithel Butterworth. a junior, secretaryg Fharles VVhite, a freshman, sergeant-at-arms, and Miss Almeda Shearer, high school critic. The cluh immediately hecame husiness-like and prepared a commendable program fbol' the twenty-eight "green ducklings" who were dreading the dark hour of initiation. The committee in charge of this feature program hrought out some surprising qualities of the future cluh memhers. Almost every memher of the freshman class discovered how the electric chair felt and they were quite hewildered to find the class had several memhers talented in the popular hoop-afdoop dance and the flourishing art of love making. In the peanut rolling and the hog calling contests seveial "ducklings" brought their class color, green, to the front for the dear old "l"reshies." llemonstrations in the art of eating, making up the faces of the opposite sex. and in playing an imaginary hand were some of the entertainments furnished hy the "freshies." who were dressed oecomingly for the occasion, The hoys weie dressed in short knee trousers and red how ties. The girls, with pig tails and highly rouged cheeks, wore dresses that hut- toned in the hack, or rather dresses which were on hackwards. llallowe'en was celehrated hy the usual masquerade hall, in which every student participated. Gayety. laughter, hrilliantly colored costumes, and impersonation of all types of characters made this party the most elahorate and spectacular party of the year. l'rizes were awarded to several students in different classes of make-up. This year the high school has had more social activities than in the preceeding years. This was made possihle hy the new recreational director, Mr. VV. t'. Ewing. Dancing, skating, and card parties were featured in these gatherings. The Royal Fadets, a newly organized "jazz" orchestra, furnished the music for these parties. Mr. YV. C. liwing also secured Mr. and Mrs, l.ew Van. instructors in hall-rooin and tap dancing, Io teach the students several of the latest dance steps, ln the spring, an entirely new type ot' parties was introduced to the students. These parties were called "date" parties. A hoy made an appointment with a giilg he then escorted her to the dance and also escorted her hack to her division, instead of' meeting in the gymnasium as was for' merly the custom. This form of party was very much enjoyed hy the students. Several times this year the students have heen fortunate to have with them Mr. A. .l. lieriault. professor of dramatics, who gave several readings from interesting plays. These readings and plays were given to help the students in their English work. The students have had the privilege of selecting one or two vocations which they would like to follow, and the lviwanis t'lul1 from Knightstown secured speakers to talk lo the students upon these suhjects. These talks were given hy men who were educated and tiained in the various vocations. Y Y ---mom---A 1 11 v .1 --:moms-Au A, Ii 13061 DRA MATICS T WAS IROXPD BX THI' STUDFINTB who took part in the various perform ances presented during the tear that the ability for acting, was not found want me among the children of the Home An enjoyable but different play was seleeted to be given on thristmas Pte The Child Who Qaw Santa Claus bt Bob White told the story of a xoung man Barry Barton who had strayed from the straight and narrow path He had beeome a thief but there were Qara his sister and her friend June Russel who still believe-'d in hi innocence Barry had married and his wife had died and left a small daughter whom Barrx called Bobbie Boots It was I hristmas Pte and Barrs had not been hearel of since he had escaped from prison fixe wears before The father had become vert bitter toward the bow and he hated to hear his small granddaughter ealled Boots because his son had ealled her that Bobbie had been lning with her grandparents for several tears and she knew nothing about the character of her father She persuaded her grandfather to let her sleep downstairs so she might see Santa flause when he came Qhe curled up on the couch but she was not asleep long until something awakened her She sat up with a start and she mistook a burglar dressed as Qanta for the real Santa Klaus The burglar was Barry Barton and he recognized his small daughter. He gave her a whistle to keep her quiet until he could get the Christmas fund and make his getaway. Bobbie however regardless of Barry s warn- ings blew' the w'histle. The shrill blast of the whistle brought old John Barton hurrying, downstairs to see what had happened. Barry stopped to say good-bye to his little girl' and as a result he was caught in the act of taking the Christmas fund. After he returned the fund he was allowed to have a few moments alone with Bobbie. Bobbie's explicit faith in her Daddy softened his heart. He told her that her father would come to her the next Christmas+a man of whom eweryone would be proud. After the play a tabuleau composed of Mary and Joseph and the Child, presented the nativity scene. The choir we-aring their black and white robes entered singing, Christmas songs. Following the choir came the three wise men bringing gifts to the I hild. The entire Christmas program was as follows: VHRIQTMAS PI AY The Child Who Saw qanta Claus 4By Bob Whitey leslie Hull lohn Barton Vlary Barton his wife , Fdith Harrington Barrv Barton their son a theif James Chilcott Sara' their married daughter Louise Brock Bobbie, Barry s daughter Fllen Rowe- June. Sara's friend, who is much in love with Barry Ethel Butterworth Directed by Mr. and Mrs. W. Y. Klipsch POSTLUDE Choir Silent Night YVhile Shepherds VVate'he-d Their lflocks Cllfiil' Hark, the Herald Angels Sing flhffll' XVe Three Kings of the Orient Art- Lawrence Gibbs, Max Rice. YVilliani Smith I,uther's Cradle Hymn Ulwil' Joy To the YVorlel Clwll' Mary Mary Jean 'l'raub -----q50.:,,-,. yo s s ---yi:20f::----- --1306--H R If 'I' R U S I' If Cf 'l' ---25061--M ,lust-till EI'Y1t'St Directed hy Miss Ilelcn Snider Vostuines hy Miss Bertha Elliot As has lieen the custom for several years, the pre-school children, under the direc- tion of Mrs. lda M. Wray, presented the Easter sunrise service. The service opened with soft strains of music coming from an unseen chorus. Billy Barnhard gave the opening prayer in clear reverent tones. "ln the Garden" was sung by two of the chil- dren. They sang so that their sweet voices could he heard in the farthest corner of the ehapel. With folded hands and face raised toward heaven, Patricia Lou Cortner gave the closing prayer. After the closing prayer, "f'hrist, the Lord is Risen," was sung for the lieeessional. In the afternoon, memliers of the choir successfully presented a three part Cantata, "Victory Divine." With the exception of one solo part sung hy Leslie Hull, and one duet hy Audrey Yoyles and Edith Harrington, the solo parts were sung hy an entire section of the choir rather than hy individuals. A dancing parade was presented lay the pupils of Mr. and Mrs. Lew Van's dancing class. The groups in the parade were, six small girls dressed in red and white military dresses. lfollowini.: this gay little group of tap dancers came the patent leather follies, lu-decked in lilack patent leather costumes. and their leader wore red. The large girls appeared next dressed in red and white. Last came the colored hoys dressed in green and orange. When all were on the stage they sang "The Dancing Parade." After this each group gave an exhibition of tap dancing. At commencement time, the seniors presented a three-act comedy, entitled "Cappy Hicks," which was written lay Edward C. Hose. Vappy Ricks, the well-known and love- alile character, had promised an old friend that he would teach the friend's Son, Cecil l'ericles Bernhard, the shipping liusiness. so he might forget his former affair with a chorus girl. t'eeil, however. found his sweetheart, Goldie Glake, posing as Cappy l'l1el4s's new secretary, Ellen Murray. Vappy Hicks had sent to sea a ship. which contained valuahle cargo, YVhile the ship, "The l-letrit-ver." was at sea, the captain was killedg and a younger officer, Matt IH-asley. took charge. Fappy Ricks had "hot words" with this young officer and sent a liig Swede to take charge of the ship. llowever, instead of the Swede "thrashing" Matt I't-asley. Matt sent the hig fellow to a hospital, where he was expected to remain for some time. Vaptain Peasley returned well and uninjuredg and Cappy Ricks, who could not stand to he lit-aten in anything, was very angry. To make matters worse, Matt fell in love with Vappy Ricks' daughter, Florence, and she fell in love with him. llowever, in the end, Vappy and Matt lieeante friendsg and Matt told Florence that he did not like her last name. When Vappy Ricks asked him what he intended to do about it. Matt replied. "l intend to change it." Many of the seniors who took part in the comedy had not appeared in a play for many years. and some had never taken part in a play. lhe east ot eharacters was as follows: lullen Murray Viola Byhee .lohn Skinner Leiliert Sedgwick Alden l'. Hicks Courtney Miller l"l1ll't'tit't' liielts ulilhla P9Tkl!'lS Edward Singleton Edwin Burton lleeil l'ericlese l'lernard Lawrence Gibbs t':iptain Matt l'easley Leslie Hull Aunt l.ut'y llii-its Mary Starkey liroolttield William Smith llireeted liy Miss Bertha Elliott and Mr. XY. Y. Klipsch ---L30-:.'---H 1 it 2 s --4Z3Of3f---H I A l 4 l A l l i i l l l i i i l l i l I l l i u L K-as.: l3Of"--'--f R If T R O S I' E C T --y,..1Oe,.s-'U LQ' -0-1 IIIS YICAR, AS N CONTESTS I"UIiMl'IIi YEARS. Morton Memorial has t'Iitel'e4l students iii I I' various contests, sponsored hy thf county and state. Our sclio rl has heen repre- ' l nt t ptll'ng 4ontt t I 9 . . . . 5 sented in six different contests this yearswoniinercia co Q-s , oratorical contest, Latin contest, thc contest. ' district music contest and the poppy poster ti iiated was the county Latin contest spon' The first contest in which Morton par cy sored hy the Iixtention Division 4 if Indiana University. In the tirst year Latin -1'l1ts' fi Ruhy White and .lack Vhilcott received the highest a local elimination test was given. ' th class A local elimination contest was also given in the second yea' grades in e . . A ' " ' l Frnast Ilall received the highest grades. Latin class in which Mai'y Aldeison ant . .. These four pupils represented Morton in the con c of the four received awards. t'st held at Iiushville. however now The county oratorical contest was again held this year. The senior high school students who wished, entered the contest. All the pupils in the junior high school wort required to take part. A class elimination contest was held. Two or thre- ni'-mhers ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' As Tl e winners h class were cho sen to compete in the local elimination concet. i from eac 4 .. . in the junior high school were Ilazel VVhite. winning first place: I-lachel kvooils. winning third, The winners of the senior high sch iol secondg and Frances Fallon, winning f local elimination contest were Mary Starkey, winning iirstg lidward Wilson. winning third. Ilonorahle mention was given to Annamai secondg and .Ianies Vhilcott, winning Burton and Louise Brock. From this group of tive, Mary Starkey was chosen to repre- sent Morton Memorial in the contest held at Mays. Mary did well and won second ' ' 5 " '- " lit -." l-s tl A honor ot' placing place. Manilla took tirst place and Raleigh iankcd tliud. silt it second, Mary was awarded a silver medal. All the county schot There were fourteen scht mls including Morton competed in a spelling cont:-st this year vols represented. This contest was held in the eh-m--ntary ant h WI t n failed to win a place. the school ranked --ighth the high school. Althoug . or o among the fourteen participating schools. and each student feels that he has gamer iderahle knowledge i n spelling. cons Two piano students, Mary Starkey and Audrey Yoyles. participated in the district music contest. held at Indianapolis. The girls won no honors. hut were thankful fox the privilege of representing their school in this contestg and they feel that they havt gained much from the experience. This contest was held under the auspices of 'tlie I-Ixtention lbivision of Indiana University. Three prizes were offered hy the Iynightstown I'nit of the American Legion Auvi' 'f School or hy Knights- liar ' of I' s FL, ' F town lligh School in th o t lv' foi the hest posters entered hy Morton lligh r contest. Since Kmghtstown did no e national poppy poste t ntl rizesg Esther Iillis won tirstg .lames lfari A enter the contest, Morton won all thru ii won second: and Louise ll sent to the state conven rock won third. The winning poster from the unit will h tion at Evansville, August 127. The winning posters iirimi th state will he sent to the national convention. The local commercial contest was held at this school. The hookkeeping class ani the lirst and second year typing classes were entered. The highest s t'-i re on the h roll keeping test was made hy Leihert Sedgwick, who made LENS points out of a possihle ioft Iidith llariington made the median score of i541 points. The typt-writing i'l1iss.'s wer not given the usual speed test hut were tested on the keyhoard. otiice practice, copying letter writing, o i n f, and s iecial characters. Although the students of Morton dit' not enter the st utl ni L 1 ate contest. they did their hest and ranked fairly well with other schools zioc:-M-A was -A-Q,:3ot:.'-M-- wr-uiul' l'lix'll1N Xl --- 2fJSll!,fCfT L--5I'.1OCi--'H --4:,0f:- Rl I I 4fH CLUB - , 1 , ' 'l'i1I1lm-, liulli IM-lmn. Muriun Vhosnut. l lu-li In riiglit. Iirst i-ni l,ulz1 lurk -1. liutli ' Wir l' Nlilrlrr-l lluwx' Ifiiiilx' Viitlizink. and Vivian luiu- bul:1li,.lr-am Sn-llgxxi-li. lvull Q.: . f . i. , A llllnliw. Svwfiill i luririsl- lirfwk, Marry llzmul 'l'lr:iwl rim' 'nw llill lnllmi llx I 1 l l i 1 . .jrtlv l'lllllt'l'XYlll'lll, llfirif VN'umlrull'. Ruby Wliiu' vii, lixtlu-r Kilim Nlrx. M. X. lxlipsa-li. 'z Vryftal llwipggins. llurtliu Wluiml, Phliili llzii'i'irigt-in, lfulfzx llllxl in Xluw- Hgriw, l,lIK'llli' llumvi. llwszrlu- XX ilsl ,I - : ' "l, :yr-l XXU,.,lli'i1ll'. l.+,1u-llzx llull. Aizmliwry Yuylcs. 'l'lu-lma l"w1i'!lii'rm' llmlll lmiia l ll if l'utll4-, mul llzirrurz XX 'iifiiiilimn ' ' " " '- 4- Irx' llu A 'Iv tu vn " i? '1.-XS'l' lYlfN'lll'fl'l Till-I 1-ll l I,l IS wav iwnuaiiim-ml lm.. Him Iiin xm, mg lM'rimiist1'uti',ii .Mgr-iii ul' llufli Nliiiily. mul Mrs. VV. Y. Klipsch. Girls with an 'Xa 4 -ll 1 ml iii Ilu uri li - 'lu 4lIX1Hll1L,lilll in in plllllll 1l Ui w , zrxwzigf- .1 X rn' i ff x Jgx' ilu- vlulv, ilii .'Xvliim-x'1-ilu-iii llzry. ilu- l ll Lflllx 4-Xliillitwl tlu- ivlw-,u---If wliivli Ilu-y lizul liizulm- flixriiig ilu- yi-ni: 'l'lu-fl ifiuqim-If wliifixtwll -ri' Vlhllllllff, lrzrliiiiig. luurltli all-iiwnstmtions. iiul lbw-l pi'vpzri':ximii. 'lilur xximu-rf iw 1-111-fl prim-x fur ilu-ir igmul wurlx. V ' - - 'i N ' ' ' V -'fix-f . ziiwri Vlu-snail. first plzu-1-1 llvlla Biirrell. ll.lIiXXH1!ll!r.K1lt...I.lj1AlAl'll.Y,,.xl iul Xlur Win mlm-l N -ml wwi rl 'liiiiu l lui-rl lirrwl' 1irQl plzuw-' Rulmv Wliitc, JVM Q 5 " 2 -. . ww 1.4 -. H. .. A . 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H 'l'l.-'iv will l-rr ar luizrl -xliilril. .Il14l1Ill1Lf l"l1ll'Xl, zriul ill-iii-riiQti':1li1m wvnic-st. lu-lil mi xiii. .X4'l11"N1-nu-lit lluy iii Ilu' lziitvi pm! ul' Nlziy, li'Ii.l. llufrv will :ilsli lu- ai cmlnly 1-xliiliit in xxliu li :all ilu' uirlx iizll Q-iilvi Ilufir pn-u-mix, ----5:.O,fM--. 1 0 s s --Mroci----A .Quin -y1:f0c,'---H R If 'I' R CJ S P If Cf 'I' --'lf:OCi--'H TARGET PRACTICE ll"l F PH-'U 'l'Il'I'1 IN TIIIC HUMIC calm- as an uL1tg1'uwtI1 nf Illilillllj' training. I'l'2lL'Ul'l' war IM'LfllY1 111 lhv ful. uf 1932 and has ly:-1-11 1-rufzxgm-cl in fre-qum-ntly dur- xlw ing: thx- full :md X'ViTlYl'l' lmmnlhw. Th" NHQ-S arm- Iwi-ntyvlwo gagv and are army N stylv. In thv full ui' 110532 4'lillliD2iUllT1r wm-"0 hvlxl tu sm-lm-vt two tm-anus tw cmnps-L" with au-hnlhm-1'zxr11i, if pwwilvlv. wlth mxtxzaiv tl'1llllF. 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TENNIS ICNNIS IS A SIWPIIT xxhlvl. lr vm-ry gflpuhxx' 'wnh H1 ,' 1' Sillmh-INN uf Hu- Hullw. f 9 Q-xpwlully thv 1Illil'l' 'In -5. e .. . . ,-Iv Hu' ganm- xxuf xntxwlux--1 mil' tin- Hwlnv 111 thx- fprlmf of 1162. umivr thc- X su Ik'l'Yl5i1lll wf Mr, W. lf ICu.m,:. l'l'l'l'l'l1fllIIllll 1Ml'l'4'tlll'. A Qlmllmln- k'Ulll'I was CUNA I sKrL1cu-ci wm-ft ui' lhv hugh sebum! I-uxhiimg ami N luth uf the- chzxpvlg urmthl-1' wlll prnhalmly ln' mall: hm-k of thx- nc-w l'.lt1Z12.fl'N I'-11' thx- lmys, A cmzri fm' thc girls was c'mstx'ucu-41 111 thc wax' mf mlltugm-5 ZH and 21. In ilu- full uf 1-:uh yn-zu' thx-nf xxnll ho u ivnnms I'-urmxxm-nt held zxnnmg Ihm- ulcicr' Imp. 'I,l1k'!'l' wlll M- lwth flmrlm- :md 41-ml-lv tmrnulm-rxif. 'l'h- winmlr' ut' tha- ' tm-llrnzum-nt wxll l't'k'L'IYt' un mxulivxfixml tmphy. and tha- -:tha-I' wiruma-rw xull prwfhubly In zxxxzlnim-11 lxkm px lm ,, In tha- spring :xml autumn thx' physlcal vriL1c-ation vlzxssvs um- thu M-rmls wlu1'ts. 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Mcliritl' is Htl scoutmaster of troop Il, and Mr. R. li. lider is scoutmaster of troop 4, Mr. -'IJ liwing was also recently promoted to the rank of Scout t'omniissioner at the llome and also has charge of the f'ub Pack, There are sixty-seven scouts in the Home at the present time. Thirteen are fub Scouts, eleven are tend'.-rt'oot. twenty are second class, twelve are first class, eight are star and life, and three are Eagle Scouts. An liagle scout is the highest possible ranking a scout may obtain. There have been two Courts of Honor held for the Home scouts, including the one held last spring. One was held at Knightstown, and the other was held at the Home. The boys had qualitied for many different merit badges and received them at these Vourts of llonor. liegular meetings are held by the three troops every Saturday. A record is kept ot' each meeting and these records are always up to date. This enables the scoutmaster to keep a record of the boys as they advance from one rank to another in Scoutink. This year the scouts have not been able to go anywhere because of the difficulty of transporting so large a number of boys. The Scouts have, however, taken several hikes. One hike was taken to the Knightstown lake, where all the scouts had an enjoy- able time. Une of the boys took a radio with him and ioanaged to get first class static. .-Xfter disposing of lunch they rambled through the wt rf-4 ls and had a good time. Later on in the year they hiked to a large woods near tarthage. The boys carried their lunches with them and had a good time romping in the woods. The scouts have not gone on any hikes or trips lately, but have been going to the Scout camp. This camp is located about four miles west of Varthage and is built on the banks of Six-mile creek. There are many kinds of tish in the creek and the boys have inuch sport in trying to catch them. There is a large hill overlooking the camp: it wears as a crown, a large woods in which it is easy to get lost. The cabin built ot' sturdy pine with a brick tireplace, is divided into four rooms: one room serves as a living room, dining room. and bed room combined. The other three rooms are used as a kitchen. store room, and quarters for the ofticers. The scouts have been to this camp many week ends this year and have thoroughly cnjoved themselves every time. During the month of May the scouts with the rank of star or above camped therc four weeks. These boys were working on camping and other outdoor merit badges. There was an eleven-event rally held at the scout camp early in May. The tug-of- vi ar was the feature event of this meet. This was conducted with one team on each side of the creek. Each team was composed of eight men. The losing team was subject 'to a ducking in the creek, being "pulled in" by their opponents. 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Blix , nfl and 5 rs. W, if Ki' L l-lpm-rl tp rpziiiiza- thi sit-i-ty :ml .'lYll'l' hm' lm-vi zulvf' in uml :iii ziiil tu tht- stu l -rits iri thvii' -- 'iirw A J A ' Your I'-rilvlefs Stwiclb' wa: FL' "nl iii the fall ut' 120232. This Si V-15' ' is t-cviiipmt-tl tit' tiiglitt-pn im-iiilit-rs lit-tux-1-ii thi' agen' of txwlvt- :mil tifts-i-ri b' Aars, lizivli Sumlay Q-vt-nirig: that mm-iiilit-i's iiit-vt tu l'.'t-tiws tty'-5 IIl'f'l2Alf1lTlL,, ti th' im- uiiwliztt- pimhl-iiis pt' tht- lay, Sf - pt' the-sv txpiw tin' "ll xx ti, Sttiily thi' lllfl-," , "ll Q," "i'mii ity Aid," :mil many otlwi' ht-lpfiil, mil 'zt'm,:. mil irit:'1"ii ,I lf" . '." A litl' 'Q t lvurlm-1' comliin-ts tht- iiit-t-tim: 4-2 ' '-uk. l l St -'-' ' ' ' h' '-l H l 'll l " g thi '. Thi- iartiw wt-H all nvcl v' i tht- I an .'.".' l"1bf.MI'.1 lM's. I' , .Q tbtl'-'N in tl ' ' rip, IH-iipls-'s Sf V -ty 2lI"I lith-l litittn-1'wiii'tli, pu-C l-ntg Aiil'A5' ' Ynjliis, tii'.'t vic'x-- '-s'd -ritg lm -llzi Ilull, svn' ntl x'it't-Apiwitlvntz Yinlzi Wi mls, sa'-iw-tzii'y. l 0tli':i'.' in tht- . i i' Y '- til-'S Snfvty an Jcz Hu 't . in-.'ilt'ntg Vzirl f l,-ixti ir, tirst x'it'v-1i'Q.'ilt-ntg llzn'i'it-t VVigNiiiui't-, wt- iil vit't--pi'vs'l- tg l't'Lll'l Ypglt. . thiril vim--pi'-. itl -ntg Rrqz li - Wl' , it-t"v ' l - 1 w l ' I . jllli JVNIUI' HIGH Sllltbtbl, wi .".' t.' t' tht- si- 'iintl ziiiil tiighth :mlm-s. 'l'h -i'i- . ea wt -'-. 't- ' ' ity- rn- pupils in th- .i-vt-n i 'ra - :mil twt-rity-iiiiiw iii thv s-ighth i:i':i4l1-. 'N ""- lii l iorzitm rival t-:intm-st of 19-322, tht- st-vo tl igrzuli- wa s vt-ry xxnll i'opi1-sv -il hy thrvt- 1 pl.: ti:-raltl ll mum, unv uf ths-sv pupils. in-i-1x'n-tl thiiwl prim-. ln tl i' su 1- yvzir, twu uf tht- vluws t-ntt-rvtl in thc- spt-lling cuiit:-st with tht- Kiiiglitstmxii jtiriim' high frl ml. Altl gh tlvft- tint 4li4l not placv, the Cla ,'.' li pwiuil of thi-iii fm' t K. ln tht' ui" rival wintt-gt thi' llifiil, llzizn-l XYhite plated tirrt. I-lat-lwl W d and F1'z1nc1's lfzillmi plzx'-il st-ct ml zml tliirl, iw-spt-r ' vly. All of th' pupilf whit coiiipt-toll in tht- tim ls f tht- Hililv twiiiti-qt iii tht- spring ut' 120312 i't-tw-iw-tl zi pi'iy.v. llxizt-l Whitt- i'w-1-in-sl tliiw-it tlullziit' anal l'-z 'l W tht, .lm i S-lgwivk, liili-rt gl -.'. iiml t'liui'lv.' lliill L-zu'h iw-tx-ivctl one ilivllziit In tl X -1-ll vltih thcy wt-rv ii-pi'-sont-l hy vlvvx- ills, Thi ig' 'ls hav- l'k'L'L'lK't'4i A th-A' pin: fm' lzift y:1ii"s wilt. ln t vminty vxllfit Maritim Vlit-:iitit i':-ct-ivt-ii -ii' 5 iliillzn' fm' .1-'ml plzivv iii tiixt yt-:ir vluthin :mil lititl lit-limi wut-ix't-cl tim- tlnllxii' 1 il ' 1 tw- v'-tivo ui-nt, thi' s,-ci nil plziu- in tii'.'t yx-zu' hvz lth. lii tht- fi-vi ml yt-ui' tif th" t-liilff ' ' wi " thvy wcrt- i'vpi'e.'viitt-tl hy :ixt iils. Of thwv girls. tliti' vtfz- tak' ig iiiwt yt-ai' vltthiiig fm' tht-ii' ' i'k. lfivt- of tht-sv girls it-iv tzik' 1: t' 'st yu ' 'lbiiir 1 l l Fi-vi-ii girls si-1-tml ye-ui' lizldmg. lfiiiii' girl: in tht- jimi -i' high srlimil art- in thi- Girl Sv oiyziriizzitipii. 'l'hvy xiii- Rutl Tuttlv, lititl IM-l.in, M1 llziniil-ii, zinl lh-llzi liu 're-ll. 'l'ht- girl fi' titx liziw- t'vu-ixwcl thi-it' pins ziiiil thvy hziw- i-iijfiyvtl thi-ii' w il, ln t ' llmiii- haiml, titttw-ii ut' thvii' me-ml urs uri- rt-pi' wviti-ti. 'l'h -5' :ilsii hzivv thi' -ti iiiviiiln-i's iii thi- iii't'lwsti'z1, ln thi- l'izuwvl:1s,' uw 1-ight girls. lfiitii'tt-vii girls zum' tziltiiiu , privzite- l f.'. ii.: Si f 'lS1ll't'llllll'4l1HN'lll1It'lllXN. 'l'h- si-x's-ntli :mil i-iighth iflmlvs 1'lll'l'lt'lllllIIl Vlillllllllx tha' fiilli ting still-it-vts: IC i 'lirh gs- igrzigliy, iiiziiitiul trziiiiiiig, ziritlmif-!it'. NIf'llIIUI, liyigzi-iiv, Lf'!lt'l'2ll s4'1wiim'.', :lifiiiti41:. r-tit-iivv. hi.t wry. iiziixi-'. zii't, it-ziiliiig, pliysit-:il l'Illl4'1ll1HYl.illlAl viii mf. N -----2 O'If- ----' l ll l i f----'f1"O'1fA---H l l ..--5:-,0gg----- I3 lf 'I' R O S I' li Cf T --20-2---H HICH SCHOOL ART lllS Yli.-XII 'l'lll'I ART Vl..-XSS, whit-h twvnslstt-tl wt' thii'tt-t-n sttitlt-nts. has had vt-it mt -rt-stint: and t-iili-tyalilv wttrlt. B: 'l'ht- tii:-t thing that t-at-h mt-mlit-i' matlt- was a pa1't'hmt-nt tn' t'ai'tlhtiai'l ' it-wt-'ry lv-ix. liat-h sttidt-nt dt-siggnt-tl and shapt-d his own lmx. Th- pt-it-t-s tit tht- litix wt-rv sht-llat-td and lat-t-d tttgt-tli'-i' with lt-atht-1' lacing tu' i'atl'a. 'lih1- nt-xt thing, whit-h was spatts-i' wtwlt, was sumt-thing nt-w ttn tht- stud -nts. ln dt-ing this wtwlt xt pitttirt- was drawn and matli- into a stt-neil. Sulijt-t'ts ust-d in tht--t spattt-' pivtiirt-s wt-it tlttwt-rs, ltirds, animals, t'hildi't-n. and ships. Antntlit-i' nt-w pm-i -vt was tianspar:-nt-y work. This work t-tinsistt-tl in using: pain-i' that alltvwtd tht- light tt- shint- thrtwtiigli. Staint-d glass wind-tw dt-signs wt-it ust-d. Madtmnnas htith ttld and nt-w wt-i't- iist-d, and alsti gt-trni:-ti'it' d -signs. Oil ui' watt-i' t-t-lm' was ust-d fm' tht- fl0SlLfYl5 and India ink l't'IH'l'Sf'Ylll'1l tht- lt-ad which ht-ld thi- si-ctitins tif glass tugt-tlit-ix tail painting whit'h was stimt-thing nt-w tti t-vt-ry llll'lHlM'l' tif tht- class was alsti dttnt- this yt-ar. SllL'h y,it'tt1i't-s as ships, lantlsvapt-s, ptirtaits. and rainy days wt-ru paintt-d. ROYAL CADET ORCHESTRA 'Q QT MONO Tlllf MANY Olili.5tNIZ,-5t'l'lONS that havt- ht-t-n rt-ct-ntly tvrganizt-tl and i- whit-h art- taking an at-tivv part in tht- prtiigrams tif tht- lltvmt- is tht- dantw- i Il? ski trI't'llt-sl ra. 1 ' This musical tirpganizzatitin was startt-d in the yt-ai' tif 150531 hy Mr. XV. l'. Ewing, rt-t'iAt-atitirial tlirt-t'ttwi'. Tht- l-nys wt-rc titiitt- unt-tlt1t'at:-tl in tht- art tif playing: jazz as this was tht- tirst timt- tht-y had trit-d tt, play it: htvwt-vt-i', tht-y pi'at'tit't-d dili- gt-ntly and wt-it stu-n playimg ft-1' tht- high st'lit-til tlant-t-s. This wintt-i' Mix liwim: SL'L'lll'l'll Blix l,t-w Yan. a danving tt-aclit-1' and t-i't'ht-sti'a lt-adei. tt- tt-at-h tht- mt-mht-rs tit' tht- ttitht-sti'a mtfrt- alvtitxt tht-ii' work. This yt-ai' tht- nrt-ht-sti'a is t-tmiptist-tl t-t' tivt- st-niors who will lt-ave tht- lltvmt- t-i tind a plat-v in stimt- ptil-lit' danrt- t1i't'ht-sti'a, hut tht-y htipt- that this will ntit t-tft-t't tht- trrpganizatitni and that it will kt-t-p up its gtvttl wtirlt in tht- llllfllll' yt-urs. THE BOYS' CLEE CLUB " 'lll'l Iatws 1il,lClC l'lil'Ii was i't--tii'i.:anizt-tl during: tht- month tit' NOVl'IlllDt'l'. imdt-i' Q tht- sii it-1'x'isitwn tit' Bliss llt-lt-n Smdt-ix St-vt-ral of tht- lvtvvs askt-tl tt- liavt- a malt- ? l . nv titiaitt-t, and stimt wisht-d tit haw- a glot- cltih. lt was put tu vtwtt- and ntmw tht-y ' ' havt- a lttiys' gltw- vltih. Tht- l-trys iiiwfgit-sst-tl vt-ry rapidly thrtiugh tht- st'htwtwl yt-ai: Tht- mt-mht-is ui' th- t-liih wt-rt-. l,t-slit- llull. l,awi't-nt-t- tlihlns, Vt-i'nt-n Bist-, Rtilvt-Vi liltit-. lttvht-rt l,t-Mastt-ig l,aymt1n l,-twdt-i', William Smith, lfugrt-nv Btiwyt-it. Max Rit-t-. lidward lvllstvn. 'l'ht- htiys wt-it at-ttimpanit-tl l-5' Atitlrt-5' Ytiylt-s. Ont- tit' tht- lmintvrtis stings that was sting: ftvi' tht- t'hildi't-n XV3.S."XVl1U Did." Antvthtti' tint- whit-h lvrtttiglit out tht- vtiitw-s td' tht- tt-ntwrs was, i'twuldn't llt-ai' Ntml-t-ily Pray." A tt-w ttf tht- ittht-1' ni-grti sIllI'ltll2llr that wt-it sting wt-rt-. "l'limh Vp Vhillun l'limli," "Hull .ltirtlan ll:-ll, and "Swim: l,tiw S-.xt-t-t l'liai'itit." fllix llarly llit-liartlstwn. an --x-ptipil -if tht- ht-mt-. ilit-st-ntt-d tivt- stings I-1 tht- litwX'S' i5lt-t- t'ltil-. 'l'ht- pit-t't-s art-3 uSl1OI'l'IllIl l'!i't-ati." "The Big: Brown Bt-ar." "Ti't-t-s." "IM-ai' liantl tit, llt-mt-," and "'I'ht- lit-st "litvi'tl," ----motif-----T it- 2 2 M-no-:s-s-H In-.labs-. F' "If'gf5- ' V, : I' in-1-' .1 'E ' 4 QT 5 5 ff' ,. af' 3 .fi , - . M: K Muff." -. , .Q ,I A -.4,L!.t13l1Q I : ah, . Y ' 33.1, 4. - -2' 1 i:1Of:: ' z Vx-1 1 ,I 1.9 4 I2fi'I1RCJSl'!iff'I' -Lyl:3O'Ii-- f' in ' 1 1 i."-'nuff-ilun'o I 'lv " '-' . 'Q -' ap. al l, x ' bv A 4,- ,sf 1 U x 3 ---snot:----A K5-A' V' v V 5.1311-U. . . 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Ht ll: - jul-:mul lvlllll Nlxll--1, llllllli, zuul llull xxlll lu- l--Nt P-5 gzzuluzxlufu. WI- lm-ml lllzl' ll' gl-zrlg wlll lluxl- -51.:i-- ax lzllgl- gzip Ir- llllg E111 ,lu Vlmllu-it ull ilu 'jx :- urllml. :lrul Nlls l. -:ll-N am- llnnll,llu---.llzllllamlilll--11:1-1 -lull---H l4'lll11llllllL ulgu- l - -.l4 ll lil--z mm lllllllll um llu- vullllly cllzxxllpl--llQ..x SEAS! JN RECURI7 ..--g:.O.g..--.- 10 S 9 ---53.0.3g.---. ll l l 4l'v-----Y lluw- lllzlullw-ll nu-rv -ll--IA 7!.11!l l: . - .lM..ly-,ugx mul --92010 w1-1'1- al1l1- 111 1111 ll 1511-11111 111111111112 "---- R 1f'l'R11Sl'liCf'l' -A-'lZ3O'If--P ' ' ' ' fl111111111r, .- .-.1 .r1 , . 1 ll111111'11' 1l11'x' 11'll l11'l11XX 11111 III 11111l . 1 :Is 1111-y 11111 11111 llllllit' l1:1lI' 111' Il11'll sl1111f. lVl1ll1-11, N11l1l1' 211111 lllll4I'IS xx'1-1'1- 1l111 IlII'1'1' lIl1IlI1'?1 51'11l'l'l'S III IlI1' 111'1l1-1' 11111111-1l. 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CHAMPS Eoumrnionmmpo X1Ef'6uAQo A fs "Hemi E' FLOQWA QD "DID" Q-UARD cofxcu EDEQ 3 I M--- W-q vi 'J I X - "Sf, I XRBOBRL XQUAQD .5-if A--wr,o::---H ms' -M-Qraocrx--H E----2I30E!1'--M R E T R CJ SPECT --:soc Ifelu, 17 there New Salem 531 25 lfeh. 2-1 there Straughn 39 22 Mar. 31.1 Sectional Tourneyf--Rushville 2:00 l'. M. Fri. Arlington 24 39 10:00 A. M. Sat. Mays 21 31 23:00 P. M. Sat. Rushville 26 20 Won---H195 Lost---73 Percentage-Y.73ii. 'l'lGER'S 1933-3-4 NET SCHEIJL'LE Nov. 17 Cambridge tfity there Nov. 211 Knightstown there Nov. 224 Spiceland here llec. 2 Carthage here llec. il Silent Hoosiers here Dec. 15 Mooreland there Ilec. Jill Alumni here Jan. 5 Milroy there Jan. 13 Masonic Home here Jan. 133 Sulphur Springs here Jan. 20 Xenia, Ohio there Jan. 245 County Tourney Milroy 1'eh. 2 Morristown here li eh. if Raleigh there lfeh. 143 New Salem here lfeh. 233 Straughn here Mar. 2 Sectional Tourney llushville THE TIGER KITS 1' 'Wi llE TIGER KITS was composed of twelve memhers, mainly freshmen and sopho- mores. Ed Hall, Gihlis, ll. llarris, Van Dusen, and Przystup were considered the ni! regular tive: l-ut Farmer, Bise, Le Masters, Miller, Richards, Hicks. and Salzman gilt' were also used in several of the games. ln the last few games, first team suhstitutes played on the second team for experience. The season's reeord was as follows: ll.-XTE I'I.At'I- OPPONENT MORTON Nov. 15' here Famhridge fiity -1 26 Nov. Lili there Spiceland 16 27 llee. ' there t'arthage 11 9 Dee. It here Sulphur Springs 24 32 llee. 'U here Knightstown 19 16 llee. lti there ' Vieero 1fi 122 llee. 17 there Mooreland 20 12 llec. 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'In 'II1g'1-'- -12 I-I 1 :111-I ZI1 132111111 um 1'lII"1I --'f3O'lf'-- III I 3 ---5301111----A J-ni.4dn5 . -for--P is 1, 1 ie ci s ii 1. c, 1 -M.:-, ofrsw- 'l'he Intlizinzi State Sehool for the Ilezif gave the Eclernien a rather severe set back when they won zi sluggiiig lvee 21 1I1, Ifive home runs were hammered out lay the two teams, three for the silents zinfl two for the '1'igers. Un May Ilziy the Tigers went to Knightstown and won a 7-5 gaine. Rice, Tiger hurler, fzinneil seventeen lizitters in the tive innings. lillt errors let in the Knightstown 1'1lY1S. The following Wecinesclziy, Ilzirris pitched a no-hit, no-run game against Morris- town, and the Tigers won 17-0. tlnly one Morristown liatter reaelietl second hase, which wzis the result of ai lnzise on hulls, und a stolen liase. The Tigers erred twelve times as the Knightstown Falcons won a 7-I1 ganie on May 15. Rice limited the Ifzileeiis to four singles, hut errors proved eostly. t'ainliricli:e tlity rwiniiietl to ai L20-12 win over the Pltlerinen, May 129. The Tigers were held to four singles hy Borzili, The Wampus Fats hit safely nine times, but tifteen liase on lizills eomhinetl with tive errors alloweml tiiniliridge Vity to score zilmost :it will. The season enflecl with zi seven-inning, 15-43 vit-tory over the Silent Hoosiers. The 'liigers slzimmetl three lloosier pitehers fur twelve hits. New suits were l11l1't'l'12lrl'tl the latter part of April. Vonstruetion of a new diamoml was also stzirtetl in the spring, :intl it prolialily will lie reumly for the gaines next fall. With these things in mind. it would seem that hasehall is on the upward trend with Morton sport enthusiasts. IIJIVIDUAL RECORD A13 R Il QB 3B HR SB RBIBB SO111' Pet. Miller 111 LISA! ll-1 -1 tl 0 121 10 5 12 0 .571 ,li-,t'hi1eott 2:0 10 15 0 1 0 6 4 Il 10 0 500 Nuli1e S224 14 17 5 1 U -1 19 4 fl I1 .-137 llurris Jil 131 141 Z1 1 1 7 15 5 5 1 .516 liiee 121 5 7 1 0 0 2 5 7 H 2 .288 Iirnie Ilull 210 153 7 1 0 0 3 0 11 G 0 .242 lftl. llall 1251 10 fl 0 1 1 1 4 7 10 0 .131 Jk. Vhileott 121 J! 4 0 0 0 2 1 2 15 3 .167 Blue 17 10 Lf 1 0 0 2 1 111 8 1 .117 11. Hzirris 111 1 0 0 0 0 1 010 G 2 .000 Yun Ilusen 10 Q3 Z1 1 0 0 ZZ 0 -1 7 1 .5100 Hull 7 Il lf LZ 0 tl lf 1 1 Il 1 .1280 1il'ieliel'tt 7 lf 1 1 tl U U 2 Z1 Il 1 .143 llieks 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 .000 llise ll 1 ll ll 0 0 0 0 1 tl 0 .000 2107 115 1111 19 -1 Z2 -18 till 1311 W1 1-1 .2140 'l'he lleeurtl for the sezison wus as follows: lPA'l'1'f 1'l,At'1'1 OPPONI-1N'l' Sept. 113 here Knightstown 7 Sept. 241 there Silent lloosiers ll Sept, 117 there Arlington 4 Sept. C10 here t'amhrit1ge l'ity 11 Apr. 12 there Lewisville IS Apr. L25 there Morristown I-I Apr. 121' here Silent lluosiers 11,1 Mui' 1 there Knightstuwn 5 Mziy 31 K-Town Morristown 0 Nlziy 143 here Knightstown 7 Nlziy 124 tliere t'ziiii1n'ic1p:e Pity 120 Marv 33 there Silent Hoosiers ti ---j:.O.1j.-- I 0 i i --fI'O'11---f A E Pct. 6 6 .800 6 8 .600 0 21.000 8 1 .999 7 1 .889 0 21.000 311 .500 3 I1 .770 11 1-1 .864 1 6 .82-1 1 -1 .667 0 1 .8157 2 01.000 0 01.000 0 0 .000 48 50 .812 MOHTON 7 12 -1 5 4 23 121 7 17 'i 2 15 ---moi-I 1a 14 1 1s co S 11 1- c 1 --M-:fofw---- 1 ..-- ,Q ,- 'A K.. 4 M-A-3,iOL,Jq--U I Q 3 N ,,o y P 1 1 1 "'!-1."'-- ."'. --.- .1-1 T --..:30Q:-an is li 'r is o s 11 li c: 'r --rfoc:--M GIRLS, PHYSICAL EDUCATIO W ' 11110 l'llYSltiAli lil1l1t'A'l'lON t'l.ASSICS of nineteen hundred and thirty-two and 1 1 D 5 I thirty-three have had a very successful year under the supervison of Miss Alme- d'1 Shearer The classes this year were divided a little differently from last year. Last year the seventh and eighth grades were combined and the ninth and tenth grades were combined. This year, because of the size of the classes, each class had a period of its owng and the seventh grade because of its large number of students was divided into three sectionsg the sections one and two were in one class, and section three, in another. The classes each had two periods a week. The length of the periods differedg the high school classes have forty-five minute periods and the junior high school have thirty minute periods. The girls have played several games of volley ball, indoor ball, and basketball this year. Indoor ball was stressed for one month. Basketball this year, instead of being taught for the purpose of making good players, was taught with the two aims: for the pupils to learn the rules in order to enjoy the boys' games and to learn good sports- mansliip. Another game which they played is tennis. Last spring tennis courts were con- structed and tennis was played by the classes. Last fall tennis was taught to each of the classes in order to enable them to understand the rules and to enjoy the game. The calithcnics, which were more varied this year than last, had an added inter- est for the girls. Stunts have also been a popular activity in physical educationg and the girls have been able to perform many seemingly diflicult ones. THE DANCING CLASS .Ml'lC IN JUNE, 191221, Mrs, li. A. Cortner secured Miss Sara Jane Heliker as a , dancing teacher for .loan Sedgwick. Joan learned several dances and also took ij WJ part in the dance revue held in Knightstown. in 15029. ln .lune 1930, Mrs. Cortner 554 enlarged the class to tive. These girls took part in the dance revue for 1930. The dancing class was re-organized hy Mrs. Cortner during January, 1932. It consisted of eight girls, who were taught by Miss Martha Bundy. The boys of Division 111 were also under the supervision of Miss Bundy for tap dancing. The pupils were much interested in their work and soon learned several dances. In April. 193112, the class went to Morristown and gave a program for the alumni banquet. This program consisted of tap dances. acrobatic stunts. and a minuet. The class was enlarged to include twenty girls, and a new class of seven- boys was formed in the autumn of 111332. Mr. and Mrs. Lew Yan were then secured as teachers. Mr. and Mrs. Van were formerly of New York t'ity. In llecembcr the American Legion Auxiliary of the Tenth District gave a program for the ex-soldiers at the Veterans' llospital in Marion. Three members of the class, Joan Sedgwick, Mary Redford and Delpha Bush. took part in this program. The Seven Spades, as the class of seven colored boys was called. and two girls, Mary Redford and .Ioan Sedgwick, went to linightstown. on December 21, 1932, to entertain the Kiwanis t'lub. This trip was made possible by Mr. I.. A. Cortner. This same group went to Spiceland January 2. 19353. to entertain the Parent- Teacliers' Association of the Spieeland Schools. The dancing class wish to express their appreciation to Mrs. Vortner for this class and they are certain they will profit by it in later years. -yp:,0-:.'----- iowa A-yzoczw-H ........J4.....'.... ...u.,..:L.,. - --,,-.u.A..15..a..a.-.........:..1.. .......4.............. -+hLZ3Oci-A---A R If 'I' R C1 S I' If Cf 'I' ---yE130C'r---H BOYS' PHYSICAL EDUCATIO Fgfill-I BOYS PHYSICAL EDUCATION l I lE1'AR'l'MEN'I' was again under tl I I i . . H capable supervision of Mr. Ralph E. Eder during the school vt ii o' ' o , I -1 ' 1 nineteen hun il 'B' tlrefl and thirty-three. Seventy-one boys representing the seventh, eighth, ninth. and tenth gra were allowed the privilege of physical education instruction. The time forthe first class, consisting ofthe members ofthe ninth 'ind tt nth vida . . - g'z - was formerly from 8:30 to 10:00 on Monday, but because ot' some complications, tht time was changed to the same hour on Tuesday. Because of the number in the sventh and eighth grades, the two classes have their periods at ditferent hours. The tirst and second section of the seventh grade have their physical education from 12:30 to 33:00 o'clock on Monday and Tuesday. The third section have their physical education per iod from 10:00 till 11:00 on Monday and Tuesday. The eighth grade have physical education from three unt'l fc ' ' ' " " " ' ' ' ' i Qui 0 clock on lhuisday and Friday. The boys of each class plaved manv enjovall ' ' ' V A t. ie and beneticial games and engaged . . . , , n many inttitsting exercises. Some of the many games played xx ere basketball, volle ball, indoor baseball, darebase, long base. foot races, relav l1iCt'f pig whi 1 ta ' A ., . 1 g, eoinei kick, and swat the kaiser. Of all the games played, basketball held the chief attraction for most of the boys who learned much about the great high school sportg volley ball was another gamt greatly enjoyed, but it could not rival basketball for popularity. A number of stunts, featuring several of the larger boys of the classes, were arranged by Mr. Eder and preformed by the boys for the benefit ot' the visitors and members of the American Legion who visited the Home the latter part of September. Some of the stunts were football roll, forward roll. the Eskimo roll and the three point headstand. These stunts were very amusing and enjoyed by everyone. While the weather was pleasant at the beginning of the school year. the classes were held on the athletic field. There the boys ran foot races, and played tennis, horse, shoe, and other games common to the out-of-doors. The members of the seventh ' l- -l grace L asses are: Raymond 1Yalker, Robert YVaggoner. Vecil 1Vigmore, John Young, Robert Huffington, l,eo Grow, Garland llumphrey, .loe Logston, Albert Marshall, llarold Mcfarrick, John McKnight, l.ouis l'oehler, Martin Rhine, Elza Schott, Glenn Spence, Varl Sukiasotf, Vharles Alexander. llonald llaloia, Dennis Foley, llaniel Fye, Lawrence Hull. J anies Newberry, Vlarence Randolph, Eugene Salzman, Joseph YVhite, Rex 1Vilkinson. Vharles Adams, Earl Armstrong, Bruce Bowyer, Robert Derado, Jack Foley, John Harrington, Virgil See, Blair Simpson. Robert Star- ling, Raymond Yan Sickle, and George Waldsmith. The members of the eighth grade are: Robert llughes, Vharles llull. l'arl Leistner, Robert 1,ogston, Gerald Ayres, Russel Brown, Albert Burns. Gerald llouse, Thomas Kersev Roller! l"llt0n ll ' ' 9 ' Q v, . , ewey . pence. and ltalph Xkaggoner. The members of the ninth and tenth grades are: Topperwein liriekertt, Malcom Davis, Frank Estes, Robert 1.1-Master, Robert Mendenhall, l,ouis Salzman, Uwen Sedg- wick, Robert Yan Sickle, Charles XVhite, Vernon Rise, George Wilson. Edwin llall. John Lemon, llarold llicks, llersehel llarris. llerschel Yan llusen llenrv 'lotllt Ink Vhili ott Junior llliileott, lfarvel Noble, Stanley l'rzystup. and lfligelie Vastle, ----y:aoc.'-sw 10,3 2 ---xzsocz---U dt x , - f57?F+ f fuffh M X fapx IX nf X ,yr .41 Q 41" Z f L v' - ' 2'6- f ,Z UN 5. N' X ,7 9 E , f f l . f , A" . rfjffr H A P ' A NN 'Q .fpf': , fw ' f"i'Z I X B - , -', X xx 9 C x lib A 5 I KW I Q .1 U. U c 15 ff , h . 0, 5 1 v I v - I 7. 111. . x x I-his .., I I MR. L . xx, X vb, .r . 'tix ....... I ,,,.' fy. J I. o,- X X 'sx I O 1 A' . .Q :pf I A 5 i x - 1 3 X I , f .hx I -..P J' l 1 -1- My-. U' A . 1 I 7 L- I I X 2 if 5' ,ht V X r me 6' as xv .9 ff' X FEATURES Af! . J, X, .gi -Kris.: jf X536 ' - 'Xi if XXX 'fFw Q' X ii. 'T V4 W,X1 we Q 'f fl 'IRQ .., -Q '.. - - 4. A...-...4..... ---V H - I the star rank. After lieing admitted to the Home he quickly got his transfer to M-ance---M is ii 'i' ie ci 5 if li ci T --::-Joe:-we H0 QR SCQUTS 'I'HI'2I,5IA Tl'TTI.I-I III-IIQSVIII-Il, HARRIS LI-IIIII-IRT SI-IINSWIUK LESLIE HI'I.I. I 'l'lllCI,MA 'l'I,"l"I'I,I'I, patrol leader of the Oak Patrol in troop 1, entered the Girl Scout Organization in 154232. Under tht- instruction of Miss Dorothy Canary, who is i the seotit captain, Thelma has progressed far in scouting and her leadership in her patrol has given her the place as the honor girl scout. lll'lliSt'lII'Ili IIAICRIS, a memlier of troop 1, entered the scouting movement in the year of 114127, when Mr. Pe-den was the seout master. Herschel studied hard on scouting and passed all the merit liatlge tests for the star rank. Iiersehel has held positions of scribe, assistant patrol leader and patrol leader. Much will he expected in the future of llerschel as he is only a sophomore in high school and has two more years of scouting liefore him. I,I-III5lCR'I' SIQDGWIVK, who is a memher of troop Ii, entered the scout organization in the year of 1927 at Terre Haute. Indiana, and completed all his requirements up to scouts here and was soon a life scout. In the month of Novemher of last year, Leibert had the honor of receiving the highest degree that a scout can attain. which is the Iiagle award. I.eilsert has held the positions of scrilie. patrol leader. and senior patrol leader. Ile has shown many a younger scout the right road to take in scouting and has in many ways helped his troop to make a good record. I,I'ISl,II'I IlL'I.I.. a memlver of troop 4. has lieen a very etlicient and industrious scout from the year he entered in 15025. Leslie was first a memlier of troop 13 hut as it finally lvecame too crowded, Leslie volunteered to go into the new troop 4 to lielp the younger lioys of that troop to start oil' on the right road to scouting. Leslie has lield the positions of scrilie and patrol leader in his troop. ---WQQO.:--U 1 0 .S S --tGOc.'--H the ...,gf,Qt:',-A--- R If 'I' R CJ S I' If CI 'I' ---'iGOt::1---- SENIOR CLASS HISTORY 'lllf SENIOR Vl..-XSS hztviiit: t-itfhtt-t-ii iiit-iiiht-rs tit' tht- tiriggiiiztl thirty hztyt- it-:tt-h--ti ,I tht-ir gttztl ttith high htmtirs :mtl ztrt- rt-zttly ttt start tm tht- hztttlt- tri' lit'-. will Stztrtitig in tht- full til' iiiri-tt-t-ii htiiitlrt-tl :mtl twt-ntyfnint-, thirty t'rt-slim--ii 'l ' ' t-ntt- t-tl tht- lilitt- t'ltih. ltlgt-hrzt prttvt-tl tt, ht- tht-ir hztrtlt-st stihji-vt, :mtl liiitg- lisii antl t'ix'it's wt-rv ri'-xt, hut tht- 1'rt-sliiiit-ii tztiiit- tttit in tht- t-ntl with x'it'ttti'y. 'lwtt ti-t-s'iit-s wt-rt- tin tht- first tt-ii iii hztsl-.Thull :mtl tht-y tt't-rt- alstt tin tht- hztsi-hall sttttzttl. hcvt-rztl nit-mht-rs rt-prt-st-ntt-tl tht- t-lztss iii tht- h tint- hztiitl :mtl tht- t1l'L'l'l0Stl'21. 'lhi't-t- ot' tht- thirty wt-i't- tlist-ltztrgt-tl lt-zxvintg t'.t't-nty-st-vt-n nit-mht-rs ttt start th- stiplittmtirt- yi-ar. Latin antl gt-ttmt-try st-t-mt-tl tt, ht- tht- hzirtlt-st. hut with tht- ht-lp tit' tht- tt-at'ht-rs tht-y tthn tht- hzittli-. lituint: tht- yt-ur. l'Itlwz1i'tl Wilsttn antl Mary Stziikt-y rt-prt-st-ntt-tl tnt- t-lziss in tht- Itiltlll t-tfiitt-stg iii tht- tti'zittt:'it'ztl ttmtt-st Wilhurii l'iith:tiil4. Iitlwartl Wilson. :mtl Mary Sturkt-y rt-pi-t-st-iitttl tht- t-lass. St-vt-ral tit' tht- mt-iiiht-rs tyt-rt- playt-rs tin tht- hztskt-thztll :intl hztst-httll tt-ztiiis. At tht- ht-gfiriiitiiu til' tht- thirtl yt-ati' tht- class 'tvztstlt-t-tt-z1sQ-tl hy fttur. lx-ztyint: twt-iity- th1't-t- ttt pltintrt- iiittt tht-ir st-httttl tstult. latin zttgttiii st-t-mt-tl ttt ht- tht-ir hztrtlt-st stih- jt-t't. 'l'ht- vlass hzitl nit-mht-rs iii tht- hztntl, tti't'ht-strzt, zmtl ut tht- t'ltist- tml' tht- yt-:tr st-vt-ral mt-mht-rs iii tht- lit-yztl Vzitlt-t jazz ttrt'ht-still. 'l'ht- t-lass was prttutl ttt httns! that tht-y hzttl thrt-t- iiit-mht-rs tin tht- hgtsltt-thztll tt-:tm that hzttl ht-lp-tl ttt win tht- I-lush Vtttinty lztskt-thall ttttirnamt-nt. 'I'ht- t-lass was wt-ll rt-pit-st-ntt-tl in t-vt-ry ztvtivity. Rt-ha Mt-ssit-lt zmtl Iftlwztrtl Wilsttn wt-nt ttt tht- l.zttin t-tmtt-st zmtl plz1t't-tl fttttrth :mtl tifth in tht- st-t'ttntl yt-:ir tt-st. Pltlwatrtl Wilsttri ztiitl Mary St2ll'lit'y rt-prt-st-ntt-tl tht- txlziss in tht- tti'atttrit'zxl t't-Iitt-st. In tht- full tit' mint-tt-t-ri htmtlrt-tl zmtl thirty-ttttt, t-itghtt-.-ri int-iiiltt-rs wt-it rt-zttly ttt stt-p into tht- grzmtl tlmtlt-. At tht- tirst mt-t-tim: tit' tht- Iilitt- l'luh, t'lt-ttii Ilurris was t-lt-ctt-tl prt-sitlt-nt. lliii-img tht- yt-ur, tht- st-nitwrs thtttxtght that listttkkt-t-ping :intl hitwlttgy wort- tht-ir hztrtlt-st stihit-t-ts. hut t-vt-ry tint- t-ttnttti.rt-tl ltttth stih-it-t-ts, zintl wt-rv yt-ry prtvutl til' tht-mist-lxz-s. 'I'ht- st-iiittrs hztti tht- plt-ttstirv til' ht-ing tht- gut-sts ttt' Mr. Arthur Wttlt. at ltlt'li1lit'l' tif tht- htvztrtl. wht- tttttli tht-ni ttt set- Thurstttn, tht- grt-at muggician. NVht-ii tima- t'zti1it- ftn' tht- Cttimty 'llwtiint-y, tht- st-iiittrs wt-it tziltt-ii ttt tht- tgumt-s. A littlt- lzitt-r tht-y ttywrt- tal-tt-ii tt: tht- Intliztiizt l.t-tgislzittirt-. tt'ht-i't- tht-y szivs httw hills wsrt- intrtitlut-t-tl zmtl pzisst-tl, Tht- class is prt-titl ttt hztyt- mt-mht-rs tn tht- hzthtl. tht- ttrtth.-strzt. tht- thttir. :intl tfltt- tltihs, high sthtwtvl :tit. Girl :mtl lltty Svtttits, zmti iiit-mht-rs tm th: Utlict-rs' stzttl' atittl iii tht- litsyzil Vzttlt-t Urt-ht-strzi. 'l'ht-y ztrt- prtititl ttt httvt- hzttl th1't-t- mt-mhz-rs: t'tttii'tnt-y Millt-r, t'lt-in llurris, :mtl l.t-slit- lltill. ttii tht- lgtsltt-thzxll t-um whit-h tyttn tht- lltish Vtwtiiity Cllillllllltillxlllll thi' tht- st-t-ttritl t-ttnst-t-tttix't- yt-ar. Tht-y nrt- t-sht-t'iztlly ifi-t-titl tt- hzivt- l'lt-tin in tht- tlztss ht-czitisv ht- wttii :iii iiitliyitltiztl t'L1it tttr his splt-iitlitl wtwrlt iii tht- ttturiit-y. Tht- st-nitvrs :tlstt wt-nt tt: lizti-lltztixi Vttllt-tit t'.-i' at ftttwtltztll pgztiiit- ht-twt-sn Ifzi-'lliztiti :mtl liltttltttn. In tht- ttrzitttiwt-:tl t-ttiitt-st litltyzti-tl Wilst-ii :mtl Blztry Statrkt-y rt-pi't-st-ntstl tht- t-lztss. httth wttri itrizt-s iii tht- hit-:tl t-ttiitt-st whiln ftlztty -ttttit st-t-ttntl prizt- in tht- t-.ttiiity Jttiltt-sl, 'l'ht- vlztss htttl tht- lit-t1ttt'ttt'liztt'itit,5 htsth yt-ll lt-tttlt-rs. Williztm Smith ztntl litlwzii-tl Wilsttii. A ft-yy' ttf th- l-ttys rt-t't-iyt-tl ltzttltgt-s ttti- tht-ir ritlt- tyttrlt. stimt- ttf tht- iiit-iiiht-rs tilt tht- vlztss txt-it tin tht- xztrittus :ittlit-i'y tt-atitts. 'l'ht-y hzxtl itit-mltt-rs ttii tht- Nlttrtttit liwht- stall' :mtl wish tht-it t'ttlltttt't-rs gtttttl ltit-lt. 'l'ht- st-nittrs ttish ttt t-xtt-ntl tht-ir :tpitrt-t-ixttxttit tt- :ill tht- tt-:tt-lit-rs xyhtt httyt- lit-lp.-tl tht-iii iii gt-ttiiitr thrttttgh tht-ii' ttttir yt-urs stit't-t-ssttilly. g--a:,0t1,-N---- ittsts --rstoczm-H 1- -,z n- ,, - zeffrzeoswffc r K - :XJ MH- 1. l 5 24. 'JI ' -2 4 . 'Qqt' .1,i11 .X ,U Q, k f 4 A4 g. 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When I arrived at the White Ilouse, two young men were already there. I thought there was something familiar about them, and eertainly they were familiar, Iieeause they were I.avmon l.owder and Bill Smith. Both handsome young fellows. 'l'hose two are lioth preaeliers. l,aymon is a freelance preaeherg in other words, he preaehes anywhere and anytime for anything. Bill is a ehaplain in a prison. somewhere. I'leasant work. that? Alter a time, there eame a young lady. She was dressed very nieely, and I notieecl that she was very diminutive. and she smiled at nie, faniiliarlv. Van you guess who it was Z' t'laire Iiookelwill. in person. She looked so sweet. She is a nurse. now. She wasn't on duty at the time, so she NYIAS there. She considered herself very luekv. lid reeeived a telegram from Edith Ilarrington. and as far as I ean rememlmer, this is what she said, -itmgi-atuiatitiis stop I am a very liusv nurse stop Tell the gang I said lit'llo and that I am still single stop." NVhat a messagel Ifdith always wanted to lie a nurse. and l'm glad for her. She is so very eool and eolleeted. At least she was when I knew her. She was also very praetieal, so I suppose she makes a fairly good nurse. lfugene liowver, rhow' I reinemlier that man! eame in lils airplane. Ile is a very lvttsy' ltusiness man. lfut at any rate he was present at our party. The same tiene. with a wiseeraek. Ile often said he was going to quit wise-eraeking but I suppose the hahit was too tlitlieult for him to overeoine. We like him, nevertheless. Bliekey Smith was there and has she changed! So ditlerent from the Miekey of the sth-lol davs. llut no wonderf She lirought her husltand along. and is he good lookingf Six t'eet tall. and every ineh of him is lvlontle. They eertainlv like eaeh other. I nwver lviiew "Mir" was sueh a steady person. XVe laughed and talked together, She thought her atlairs with the liovs in sehool were very funny. I did. too. Willrurn l'nthzink eouldn't lie present, hut he is a second Edison. Ile lives all to liitnselll. and tmlvers with all knnds ol' instruments, Ile is not so verv riehg hut he is happv. llill sent a lwriel' telegram ot' eongratulations and regards to his elassmates. "I,indv" Ilairis eame. and we learned that he was living with Maxine. his sister, in a little apatioient in New York. "Lindy" is working in a print shop of his owng and. as yet, he is not married. Ile never eared mueh for the girls, as I rememlier. Vourtnev lliller is a eozteh in a liig university. Ile is also married. I suppose he does ttttilt' at ltit l'llt'ttttliIII1.f when he is not eoaehing. Ile used to lie a verv good linker. .. .I -- I . Ind I.5lie.- was so ehanged that I hardlv knew her. Slit' eame wrapped in ture and ,it-wel:-. Slit- is verv rieh. She married :1 eount or duke, or something like that, Ile ha- it long mime. It must have lveen love. 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J y V I , Q -i 951 'Q , I' - L 4 IIIIFJIIIL 9 we 3:6 fj.!, ,u , 'Kyla 'm ---aQ0.x+--- 1 Q 1 1 Mao H -+M?130Ci-A-M I2 If 'I' I2 O S I' If Cf 'In ---E1':0c..'---- LAST WILL A ID TESTAME IT N' 'li 'I'III'I VIASS UI-' NINI'I'l'I'II'1N IIVNIJIIIIIP ANI' 'I'IIIIi'I'Y-'I'III'lIiI-I. wht art- C, or alitiut tu lt-avt- tht- st-1-nt-s tit' t-ur t-hiltlhfitttl. wish tt, lt-avt- tht-sv tlttnatittns in token -1-it I tit tim' frit-ntlship tti thtist- w hti art- rt-maiiiing ltt-hmtl tis, , 0 ,. . . Amit 1.12 1 St-ttitin I 'l'tt tht- juniors, wt- t-xtt-ntl tim' sint't-it- wish fur a gl-tritfus st-nittr yt-ar. Wt- lt-avt- to tht-m tim' tlt-sks, with tht- htipt- that tht-y will ltt- mtirt- in nt-t-tl ttf rt-pair than tht-y art- ntiw. St-t'titin II 'IM tht- stiphtfiiitwt-s, wt- givt- nur ntttt- lititilis. 'I'ht-y may twirt- in hantly. "stiphit-s". XXX- alsti lt-avv tht-m tim' aliility it' ltntv.-. t-iitttiggh ttt stt-it wht-n th- tt-at'ht-r says, "I think ytwii art- having: ttitt mtxt-h fun." v St-t-titin III 'IM tht- frt-shmt-n, wt- lvavt- mir :il-lllllt-s ttt int'rt-ast- tht-ir knttwlt-tltfv tt: a grt-att-i' t-xtt-nt than tht-y hayt- tliirim: tht- past yt-ai: S -t'titin IY 'Ili tht- high st'httt,l. wt- giyt- a liasltt-tltall tt-am that will war. iht- tmunty antl st-t-titinal ttiiirnaiiit-nts for tht- nt-xt thi't-t- yt-ars. AIi'l'I1'I.I-III Wt- ht-ing ptisst-sst-tl with tht- ltntiwlt-tlQt- that tht- tat-Lilly t-an Ilt'Yl'I' ftirgft-t tht- Vlass tit' 'KCI anti tt-t-ling that stimt- tft' tiur liviglit itll-:is rlllfllltl lit- lt-tt t-1 tli--m, tltinatt- tlit- ftilltmwing attriliutt-st St-t'titin I -I"t-t-ling tIt-t-ply intlt-htt-tl, wt- will tti Mr. Kliiist-h many pupils in l4llIllI'1' t'lasst-s whti will apprtwiatt- him as wt- tltt. St-t'tit-n II 'l'tt Mrs. Mtirgt-, wt- giyt- tfur sint---iv htmt- that all Ifnglisl. --lass:-s art- as hright as tmrs. St-t'titin III l'ptin Mrs. Vlianmt-, wt- l-t-stttw hm' pimftitintl lint-wlt-tlty --I' history. St-t'titmn IV 'l'u Miss Sht-art-r. wt- lt-ayt- all tim' tiltl pt-ii paints, hltittt-rs. scrap papt-r, and htitikkt-t-ping st-ts. St-t't1t1n Y 'IM Mr. Iiwing. wt- will t-lasst-s ttf st-iiitii' lit-ys whit prt-ft-r Itittlttgy to physics. S'-t'titin YI- 'I'ti Miss IIt-tIrit'k. wt- will a t'lass t-t' I.atin sttitlt-nts wht' will ht- ahlt- tti win tht- twiiinty I.atin t'tintt-st nt-xt yt-ar. Stirtitin VII 'l'ti Miss Spiyt-y. nur nt-w tt-at-ht-r, wt- wish Sl1t't'4'ss in aIl ht-r futurt- t'lasst-s. St-vtittn YIII 'IM tttir iiiitlt-rstantlmg t-htiir instriit-ttir, Miss llt-li-n Smtlt--', wt- ht-tiut-ath all tif tmr miisit-al aliility. in tirtlt-1 that sl1t't'2H1 pass it tin tt- tht- ftittgrt- singt-rs. St-t'titin IX 'I'ti Mr. Wright. wt- giyt- many mttrt- liantl trips antl a imixt- hrilliant class tif matlit-matit'ians. St-ctitin X 'Ili Miss I-fllit-tt. in apprt-twatittii tvt' tht- many tit-lt-t-taiilc ft ttit Is which ht-r stiitlt-nts hayt- math- antl passt-tI artiiintl, wt- will many mtirt- twitiltimg t'll1Sst's. ,-Xli'I'I4'I.I'I Ill St-t'tit-ii I I, Wilma I't-rkins. wht' t'an thi anything askt-tl tit' mt-, will anti hequt-ath stimt- tif my prtihitiiitl kntiwlvtlgt- ttt thtist- wht, I lwlivyt- nt-t-tl it. 'IW Marit- Pt-rkins. my lit-ltiyt-tl sist -r. I gixt- my aliility tti lialtt- Illlv aiitl t-altt-s. 'IM Mary ,-Xltlt-rsttn. my ahility tti pt-t all tht- litint-rs. l am siirt- sht- will lit- hm-avily htirtlt-nt-tl ht-ft-rv t'timmt-nt't-mt-nt. I lt-avt- to th- mitltllt--silt-tl girls, my l-tiiavlt ttt' kt-t-mmf my tingt-r nails antl my hair as atti'at'tiyt- as tht-y always saitl mmt- wt-rt-. In all wliti n.-t-tI it, I will my ahility tti rt-tlut't-, :intl I wish sl1t't't'ss ttf tht-m. St-t'titin II I. I,awrt-nt't- liiltlvs, tit' this mtwst litiiittralilt- s'mtii' t-lass. tlti ht-rt-Ivy lit-tiiit-ath tti Ilan l"vt-. mx' aliility ttt i-lay tht- t-lzirmt-t seiltt iii "Mt-rnimg. Ntwtin, antl Night." 'IM my pal. I't-t- Wt-v llist-. my plart- tin tht- s -t-tintl tt-am. 'IM Iflza Svhtitt. my L .J t ' I sf .J --31305,---U I I 7 J --,,,yOv,,---0 in- .44 MJ. 'A JM'-4 a...1.4....n...... ...Q :vs xl. -.-A-1.g'g..fL ---l30ci----- R If T R CJ S I' E C T ---l:3Ocf----- sup:-iifii' lyiiuulwlpgi- Ill' wlim- iw-p:ii1'iiig. I lmpv lic will lu- aililz- Iii IIZIII4-FIIII' :I p:1ii' nl shui-s In-lliiw III- is gi':ulii:1II-cl. 'Ili my fist:-rs. "I":II :mal Slim," I will ' x-.'li:1I IIIIII- lmfiwl- mlgi- I lmym-. ll' Ilia-y uri- wisi-. I :mi wuiw- IIII-y will nizilu- ggiiml uw III' iI. SI-I-Iifm III I, William Smitli, ilu In-ix-Iiy will my ITIJIIIIIIIUII :if Ilii- must il-vi-i'i-III lilly in si-limil, In liiilii-i'I IA'IlI2lrII'l'. Ilfmgi':lI1il:iIi1-nsf 'Ili "Slim" llliiglif. I li-:iyv my piisitiim in Ilii- li:mil: Iii "SIN-py" I':lI'l', my sq-:II in Ilii- Iiiililaki-I-piii ' If I'l:xNfg Ili 'Slim' I":1I'mI-V, I In-qui-:IIII my :iliilily In III-I-p 1'yIhm :mil In ximg, SI-I-Iiun IX' I, VII-min II:ii'i'is, li:-img ill' IHISIPUIICI miml :mel :IN-:IM -II sliiil, flu li:-Il-Ivy will my wimi'I4Ily assm-If: 'Ili my small "kill" lii'riII14-V, II:-iw-In-I, gm-f IIII- piwilimi ul' I-I-ntc-i' mi Ilim- M. II. S, lvzulu-Ilizill II-:im. I pass mi In Xl-rmiii Ilifi-, my pwwitmri :I- "punk" IIIIIIIYIII-mp1-I':1Im'Z may lif- piliIiI iii Ilif- Iiml- Ili I-rims-. 'Ili llziilllll Ilii-lcv. I In-il-Ivy will my igiiiqgm-viii- curly liuii-3 m:iy Iliv may Iii :ill iiiii'i'Ii1's lm- pun-Il, 'Ill lbw:-ri SI-flgwivli, I loan- my Ifiwi-ring: Iii-iglitg muy Iii- uri- :I IYIlI'lllI,I4'IIIlj'Q :mil lust lviiI mn Il'2l5l. I II-:iyv to my IIIIII- sisti-1', .lv-fm-pliim-, my www-I rlifpi-silifin :mrl my iiill-i'i1ii'1Iy I-rimpln-X. Si-vliun X' I, I,4'll:I'I'I SI-wligwivlq, Iii-img gmfm-NI-cl lil' zm uiiuf.-il mmml, elf- III-I'I'l1X will :mel In-qui-:iIli my llillmxim: :iIIi'iliiiII-sz 'Ili my lvillllim-1', Ilwi-ii. my :iliiliIy :xx :ill- zlruunml I1l'inII-ip 'Ili I'lll'I I.II'SIIII'l'. my lIIIlll'l'rI in 4lI'IIIIlIfPIf'I-5'5" 'I"l WB' 51511-l'. .Iii:m. I loavm- my plum- im Ilia- Nl--VII-ii I-If-lip -Izillig muy flu- wi'iII- im-iw I-Iliff-iizlls Ilizm I. 'Ili ".Iim" I"lII'IIll'l', I In-:wc my ZIIIIIIIX Ili mzilu- sIi:iiigliI iii I--iiilalu-I-piizpg. All my wtlic-I' plissm-swinns I II-:Ivo Il+1' .lzuli I'liili'oII. SI-vtirm YI I, Il-sliv lliill. In-im: ul' :I Ilmlisli I'i':miI- ul' miml. Iillil' IIIIF' Iime- In II-:uw tliesv Iliingsi 'Ili my six my lim-igliI3 Iii Mzirim- I'L'l'l-QIIIS, my fiipiwim- II2IIII'III'L'Q Ii- SI:m Pryzstup, my place mi Ilia- lI2lI'IIXK'flINI. I III-ri-liy In-13111-:IIII In "IliiIli+" list:-f :mil "Jim" I":1i'im-1' my pl:ii-I- in IIII- li: ml liif-II Ili YIIII Il ll--v Ilmlimg .i Ili- ii- In I li:iyf- gixl-ii :ill. I . I. . - A, -- 'f I rlizill wliisw- my last will :iml l4'rI2llI1l'IIl. SI-I-Iifin YII I, I'IIIIIlI lI2lI'l'1lILfII1II. liziyimg :I mmm- miml :mil ai Nmirii' lil-Ily Ili- lII'l'l'IlX' will :mfl In-qui-:IIII Iii Blziriv Il4'I'IiIIIb my :IliiIiIy Iii mulu- IIII- liiml I-I' I'-lI'I'I lin-:ul Ili:II Mrs. Ili-:iw-1' Iilw-. :mil my plzul- in Ilia- kitvlil-ii III' I-ith:-1: IliII:x5:I- ZH I-1' LII. 'Ili ICIIII-I Iiutta-i'wm'Ili gm-5 my plum- in Ilu- Iiiwlii-sIi':13 may shi- pI:iy Ilii- fiiliw uitli imiri- I-:isv Ihzm I. 'Ili Iiiitli lliic-III:-V. I ifiyl- my fwi-I-I iliwpfwition :mll pi-iw-iii:1liIy' may XIII' uw tlwm Ili Ill'IIl'I' zillvzxntugi Ilizm I I-yn-1' iliil. 'Ili fII:1i'y AIIII-iwiiii, I IJVLIIII Ilii- priyili-igv of taking: my pl:1cI- viii Illl' BIii1'I-in Ihlii- fI:xII'1 zmfl may flii- II4'X'L'I' Iwi- XII-I-p ily:-1' ULIIIUIIQIIS. III Maxim- Ilzirris. I will my :iliility Iii liuvi- sw:-I-I III'I'1IlIIr I-vm-i'y mgliI3 Im lwpI-Iliz1I blI1'III'I'2IIIIS -'I' lII'l um- :mel liiilyxl 'Ili :mylii-ily wli-I will 11-1 xi. I Ilzfvliiw- my im-thml ul' igamimg ui-iiglitg muy Ilia-y liziyi- gil-:II 5III'l'l'55. SI-I-Iiim VIII I. Iliiw-Itzi Iliiwi-i', :Iii Iii-ri-liy li-ml my il:mI-im: ll-I-I Iii llililzi 5l1III'IL'l'. with Ilu- lmpi- Ilizii slim- may uw Ili -iii :II Ilii- II1lIIl'l'r mlm- IIi:m I Iliil. 'I'-- 3I:1I'iI- I'I-rlqiiif. my :1liiliIy III wm Ilia- IiIIy-wfiill Iypimg pm. II- Blzixim- II:II'i'if. I iglzully gin- my II-I-liniqiiv ill' XII-I-ping :iii my Illiri' :II mglit In pi'i-fe-i'w IIII- XYZIYIW. 'Ili NI-lliv I-BII-S. i igivi- my puwlli-I lil-x, IVILXIIIIIJ IlI:iI fl.I- X-.ill Ii-+I ip- I-I I'XII'l'IlII'S. :if I Iliil. SI-mil-ii IX I. I-Iiiul-iiw ISI-uyfig ligixmg' IIIIIIIIIIIVII lI'5IlI.IlI'I'X :mil I-I-Iiiilllwf SIliIl1lX, :mml III'rIl'III1f Iii Nl1:11'I- my I21II'Ill5. Ili, will Ilii- Ilillmxing: 'Ili Ilzmii-I .-Xx'ifIlwIII- Ifyl-. my pnsitimi in Ilia- I-:mII. 'Ili my will-mn :mll fuifliliiif liiliIhI-i'. Ilu- liiigli :xml-itiiirif :mil livI'Iy IIII-:xls wliiuli I lI1IK'l'l'lII'I'lNIII'II Il-1' Ilu- l:1fI I'I1IlI' ym-:mix Bly III-I-p fymp:iIliy I lv:-slim' IIIDUII :ill I'0ZllII'I'S III' Ilil- UXIIIHIIX III' 4:11115 .liilmx I':u-x:iig Ili :ill Iii-giiiiiiiig limilllyi-I-in-i's, I lI'ZIX'l' my III-I-p lllrllflll mln liiim:m IIlIywl'lII-If-LIX. Si-I-Iiiiii X I. Ifllxxm Iliii-Ii-ii, lil-Img Iii-II-Ivy :IIIIII-Ii--I wiIl1 m:my III'I'2lII im-iiI:il ilism-:ism-f. flu m:ikI- Iliis will liy my imii lizmil. 'Ili SI:mlI-y I'i'y::sIiip. I glzully I5I'l'Sk'III my plaiil- m Ilii- lizmil zmfl IIII- iiwlil-wIrzi. Iyimwim: IIIIII Ilxu-ii SI-Ilgwie-II linx 2IlI'I'IlIIj' zippliiwl Il-I IIII- piisitiwii, I II-:uv liim Ilil- -iiili ill' FIIIIIVIII IIIZIIIZIIJIW. 'Ili II1lI'I'j' Ilxmlif. I giyi- my limily- km-I-pimg iiliility. I,:1sI :mil I,II'I'1lII'rI, I puff my If-yv HI -pi-i'Is lin Ili I'I-I- Wm- lim-. M-iraoi.-1---M I-73:3 -M--::,0-1.----A ---5:30c,'----- R If 'I' R Cl S I' If Cf 'I' ----iI3OC1-A-J Si-vtimi XI I. I'I1lwzii'4l Wilsun, l.iuiwiiig that llu- Ili-mw-ssifni is un, mln IIl'l'L'IJj' :xn- nouiuw- that I iu-1-il all my pussi-ssiiiizs Im' ilu- ru-xl y1-:liz I aim nut sf-lfish. limvn-yur, mul fm' that !'l'2lNlIi will ilu- l-lzink pzigi-s in iliis I-iuili iii ilu- stiulm-nts in nz-4-rl uf sci'zit4'I1 pziyu-iz Svc-limi XII I. Vlziiu- Iuuilu-liill. :im izmzilili- ut' ilfiing zilnuist anything, hut I SIll'K'IllIlZOIIISlIIjIlIlj,.f.ll21IIi'IIllj,l1IlIl playing ilu- yulln. I iw-sign my plau- in thc m'L'hL-stm, tu Annumzu- Iiiirtiiiig lvut flu- must lziy fl'-wh lu-1' tulille- ful' sfiliis and lc-I YQ-Vnun Bism- plziy ilu-m. In I'Iil, Ilzill, I will my ilziru-ing ll-I-ig I liugu- lu- ll-1-ls thx- s-II:-c-is thx- nulrn- ing ziftm-1' thi- night lu-lkiiw-. Bly zil-:lily :is ai lu-uutiiiziii I lu--ilu-zitli in Iiuth Buckln-rg :incl I luipc that slu- iw-fiis--s ru- li--5111-sis :i.:uli- iii' I.--ix 'IE my lvzwtlii-i'. Tfimmy, I pn-si-nt my sunny ilisguisiluin. zuul my zilliliiy In gr-I zilung with pn-fipli-. S4-1-limi XIII I, llilliurn Imluinl-L. lu-Iilivlilli if lu-rzilil Ayi-rs. my plum- in thi- pziint sluipg m'iy' lu- ii 1- iiuu-li silllui' x-'iml 'ii my slsiv-l'. my lwyi- fm' mlm-zu' iilcl Vacsarl zlnfl tu anyriru- that will lizlyi- il. i:.j. zliiil-I.--ii I-I sh--i' I-li-zii' nf pwlitivs. Tu "Alle" Ilzinks. I pass on my ziigiiiiu-ni iwimiuit mi.-'li wiiiyutmiil I-I piwiw- ilu- wwiiilcl is fiat. mul tinzilly 1-I llu- l'i'i-slmu-ii I li-:iw ai isiy ut rufiu- that lu-i'lums silnu- elziy ilu-y will Iu- suplioiiiwim-s. Ss-L-tion XIX' I.1'i1ui1iu-y Nlillii. il--mg i'u1i-slyiriiu--I ziiultaill.giy1- I1l.IUL- White my plum- in thc- lizu-ly iwuiiii, iiiuli-i' ilu- s .Qu-lX'l-I-+V. -il' my il--ui' guxw-ilu-ss. Miss Lucy Ilrnzul- lu-nt. Knowing that A'Ilip" iu-1-mls it Ezully I lfziu- him my ziliility th "scifi snap" Mi: .I. S. Viinninghzim. As an zii!i-rtlu-iiglzi. I giy- Iii Ilai'--lil Ilu-ks. llxnuwing that lu- will nm-ml iwn Iuiurs insla-:ul lil mu- in slug. miiulsi-ilu-.l ilu- i-1-:iuIiZ'1il curly lfwks which zulurn my lirulw'li-ilgi--Iliimlu-il lu-zul. I gin- my giuul l'i'ii-iul. I-Ill. 1'-iii.g-tuii. sli ill' -if Il..-li 1'-uziiiyy lwluf has lu-ye-i' In-1-n zlhlm- to can-li my-l. thu ziutluirily if- +lIrII'IIl.IIQ' ilu- things um-ru-I-i'ru-cl in this will. Sm-vtiwii XY I, NIui'gz11'i-I Smitl1.i-in--wiiig that my lu-l-W1-ii sis..I21iu-t. like-stu nlancv. will In Iu-i' my :il-iliiy as za flziru-1-ix 'IN "Slang" IIzii'i'is. I will my viyzicityg tw Ruliy lYhitc. my iiiziiym-lmis stu-ngili. 'IRI Ilulu-il Iii:--, I li -igxu-zitli my ziliilily in lun- lu-hplc, I'L'Lf2AI'iIIt'SS of rm-sults. Iiusl. I-iii not li-zist. my sw:-1-1 ilisgu-sitihn gm-s tu Max Rice-. S1-ctimi XYI I. I.ziym-iii I.-rw-ur. ilu- pil mlm. 1'--sy-I-li--I-I4---l lzul wif ilu- sm-nim' class, Ili- lu-11-hy lu-qiu-:itll my zmgl-lu 1'-iiii. - 'AXi:.ny" I.L-i- 'lb tin- fiituiw- Iizitin classy-s. I I1-ziyv my high gl'2l1l1-r. llr an wziinim: I-1' what I.zi1in I-an -I-I. 'I'-I Miss Mary III-clrirk. I lu-ruin-:itll my mln-siiw Iii lu ---i -uu- ai I.aiig:. m--tl-ss--in 'I'-I Stzuily-jc Ilryzstup. my ilosiu- In slu-iul my I-vi-nings in tlu- liziiul iw-imii. 'lb .Iulm I,1-u.-in. I will my ziliility In usa- ilu- mle-:if ziiul ilumll riuli- ilurmg ilu- siu-:j, li-mil. IYLIII ss my sl-ul. I.ziyiiu-n I.-lwmlui: Nm-1-timi XVII I. Yi--lzi llyl- 1-i-, .rig :il--vi "tw i-:iss will in m'il1-V," Ilu lu-iw-Ivy will zinil Ili'lIIIl'2lIIl lu 'hliiiu-" Vlzili'--ti. ug: Quin:-ix :mil sy-ip:--i' luu-lysg tlylllil stiuly tml lizuwi. ".Iuiu-". 'Iii Maxim- IIzii'i'is, I tllrvliiw- ilu- sl-I-im-I uf my vli-zii' wiiiple-xiwii. shining 1-yt-s. zuul I-yy-i'lz1stiiig y-iiiih. 'Ili I-Iilu-l I2 Tu-iw--ati.. I nlmwam- my lucky lm-zxksg I luvpc sh.- gi-ls many 1-I' ilu-m 'l'-I Riuiu- I"-if. I 2-I stilw my ziliility io im-zul sluirthziiul In th-- swpliwiiiuim- girls. l.zist. I-iii ru-I lm-zisi. iii Niilu- Ifstn--. I gum- my flaming mal hair. su slu- will lull ru-I-il In USL' su miu-h ul Il-x ilu-iz' iiuinm-y in l-uy golden glint. Sm-1-limi XYIII I. 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Q , -The band boys went to liiehmond to play at th -VVQ played Knightstown and they beat us 22-15. Too bad, boys. beat them 254-lt-4. Our boys played against Vieero and beat them 20-121 tand t'icero went to the state last yeaizl -Mooreland eame down to the llome to play our boys in a game of basketball and we won 40-20. "Christmas Eve! and all thru' the house not a ereature was stirring." But I'm afraid there were quite a few ereatures stirring: at the llome. The play, "The Vhild Who Saw Santa t'lause," was given for the school. -Christmas llayf The Girls' tilee Flub caroled early this morning. -Not many of the Ex-boys came baek to play in the alumni game. XVe won the game by a 30-20 victory. JANUARY --And so lllilfl is here at last. down to play on our floor and we beat them Z!-1-lri. --fvlilroy eaine ie. they won with a 3312-203 yed at the Masonic Home in an overtime gan victory. -Friday the lfith, and a game with Mays on our floor with a ZVTAIT score in our favor. -f-Final exams is weeklll th imc todix ind wt bt it them in a game of basketball 255-ll. 'l'ournev is in progress now. and we are out to win. XXX- want the 7 horseshoe and t-up. We beat Arlington in the first game of the tourney 304.-1. 1 tttv good dai' to us Our team beat Manilla fl-1-21. The afternoon a 5 i'- , h ,, a tough one as all of our boys were tired. but we beat Carthage 26-16. they hadn't lost a game this --It looks like game was erimp in Raleip:h's record for the year: as XVQ put a em. t'leon Harris, our senior, got the personal year, except when we beat th was awarded for the best sportsmanship during the tourney. FEBRUARY f'l'he high st-hool went to ltlorristown to see our b fs ' trophy that ox win from them for the tirst time in six years. glialeigzli eame down intending to beat us and to ret-over the horseshoe. but they were defeated again, 226-ill. ws horse "-1-The senior girls attended the basketball game at New Salem, and we lf , t the - shoe. la -The basketball team went to Earlham to see a basketball game between Earlham and llanover. 1---The junior and senior girls attended the basketball game at Straughn. YVe lost 39-1153, 73 aliurdoek, the matgieian. with his wife entertained us with a two act play of tricks The junior and senior classes went to the legislature today. M4rfOc1----- 1 Q as 5 -r:.toc:--U A 1 1 I l IT 135 lm I I A I! 11 143 gn .,l 1122 is 'J 5 Ii' II ZH ,ill 1 go Ill I! lil I I llir and --'ZIBOC-'---U I3 If 'I' R O S I' Ii C 'I' --213061--H 25 MARCH NM-ll, at last thi- 1:11-at day hi irriud for us the day uf thx- sa-uliunal tuurm-y. XX' Q . , In-at Arlimgtmi SIU-LII. 'I'h1- junim' and si-niwr classvs and ilu- haskn-thall lm ails-nd:-d thi- igzum-s. WI- hi-at Mays this murriimr. ill-21g and liushvillc- lm-at us 1101-Lilly ywri- wi- 1-ui disappiiirit--d, wi-ll, I should sayl 'Vnniglit was "dau-" night for thv high sclmol. 'I'lia-re- was a skating party, St. I'alrim'k's Ilayf I'i'nl'i-ssui' B1-riault lfruuglit us Om- mf his tlirm-1--act plays, " in lixaspm-ralim: I"1-mals-." 'I'h0 local m'aturical cmiu-st was hi-ld tuday and I in sf-niurs won ilu- first and secund plan-cs. 'I'hv Young.: IH-upln-'s Ilramatic Vluh at thc- 'I'alrc-rnaule- I'ra-shyti-rian Vliurrli fm Iiiilizuiapiilis, pn-se-iiu-il a play, "Spunky 'l'avq-rn," Was il sprmkyf Vuiimy m'atn1'ival unit:-st was hold ti-niglit at Mays, Mary Starkey yum sn-my plavv. APRIL April I"4ml's Ilayf 'l'hI- high scliool childrvn had a dancm- and Mr. and Mrs. II X Yan, frum Ni-xwastlv, wc-1'e hm-rv In he-lp us make- it a gmwl nm-. lkwunly Siu-lling I-imtn-st today Kiln- runtm-st fur tha- lmys. I' irst liasi-hall Lfilllll' this spring. -1-I4 viotfwy uw-r I,c-xyisvillc. IlI2ll'lfiY1 Nixmi and llalph Bellamy starrm-d in "lie-lm-wax of SLiiil1y'lfim4ik I"arm." II was thc lirsl slimy yu- have had fm' almnst Iwi, miinths. liasti-r Sunday? 'I'h1- sunrisu sf-i'yi1-cs and the Cantata worm- gm-il. liasti-r 1-gg hunt was pnstpwm-cl on acuvunl of had yyuathn-r. A piviiiu- shim uf "S4,nliy." starring: .Iarkiv Vimpc-i' and .lackiv Vmfigziri. I.m-giim umiiiiiittw- was horn- today. Sunday S1-lnwl Vlass from Knightstown put nn a play for thi- vliililrm-n. SI-iiiurs pictiiiw-s lakvii. Se-niwr hziriqiii-1. Ilaricm- and IXIIIFIURII lin-yin-xx' .Iumiir and N-iiiiir I'mm. Hand wi-nt tu lluhlin. MAY 4 II Vluli. XII-miwial Ilay, Spy-akn-i', .I. Flf .-Xuliii-V4-im-lil Ilay fur thi- ,IVNE lizirvzilziiiii-zilwf San-iw-il1-uiiu-i'!, -I lass l'l'iv. K . I'um11lm'm'vllivIiI m'Ym'l'1'ls4's. lianqiii-1 and dzinu-, Hand gm-s In Iliinlingiiiii. Sc-lifml vlifswl today. X acatimi lu-gums. Nun' that thu- srliiml days Wd Sm-lig, Minisu-r RI. li. l'liiirrli. I'1-ndli-lun. Hand vumm-i'l. Ilasm-hall parm- xyiih .-Xlumm. Alimini aiu- mx-i' I am puttimf my diary away and I li-I-I 1 um- I-mild haw llsvil nm- lu-tu-1 than I. I shall hulk it mm-I' 4-xx-ry mmm- in a yy limgvr 1-V4-r 1-zu-li pap:-. I miitwinly lwpu that BI: irlmi XII-nim'l:il will uliilirim- tw lu as mwtiyi- as il has la-I-ii in thi past. - Itdllll II2H"'1'lHi"H- x ---5,-305,-..-U io i 4 -y:aof:---H R I' 'I' R CD 9 I' I" C 'I' ----if.1OC1-+'H --:::+oQ:--H I I A ' ' ' 'I' you rryimf alIout'f Is tlivrt- somt-thing wrong Miss Iiroadhe-nt "I,t-ilu-rt, what .II l It st-ho ol 'I ' I tlu sthool it' the- prinviplm- Iprinvipaly ol' thc- thingy" IA'IlN'I'l "Hoof Iloo. Il! no '. ' 1 f- M IC I-. 'I' It II S I' Int 'I r. Iiwing--f"Iiaymon. XYIIUIL' do mostiuitot-s gn in tht- wintm-I' timv? I,aymonA"'I'ht-y go South," Mr. I'Iwiny,:'---"Go South'."' I,aymon --"YI-ah, tht-y div." IQ I'.'I'IiU s I' I1K"l IH-rky "I undt-rstand that I.t'Ilu-rt plays th Miss Snider' " " t' piano likt- I'atlt-rt-wslxif' Yvs, ht' usvs lioth hands. Il I-' 'I' It o s I' If 4' 'I' skt-d f"MI'. Johnson, yylit-I'o did you gt-t your Ont- of tht- lroys of tht- paint shop a watt-h'f" Mr. .Iohnson rn-plit-tl "My wilt- Igayu it to mt' for Vhristmas. two yn-ars ago ast .Iuns-," It IC 'I' It o s I' Ii I' 'I' Ann fllave you any poor rs-lations?" Hip---"Not ont' that I know," Ann -"IIayt' you any rivh re-lations? Rip -"Not ont- that knows me-." It lx 'I' Ii o s I' IC 1' 'I' IM-ar I'I2il'2i." wrotv the- young: suitor, "pardon mm-, hut I'm gt-ttim: so forgt-tful. I propost-d to you last night. hut rt-ally forgt-t wht-tlit-I' you said yvs or no." "Dear I'I11gt'nm'," sht- Ivplivcl hy notv. 'so glad to hvar from you. I knt-W I said 'no to soint-one last night, hut I had forgottvn just who it was." It I-1 'I' It o s I' II 1' 'I' Mrs. Morgv- "I'arst' tha- bi'IIIK'IlL'1', "I'om III2ll'l'll'lI .Iann-.' ' tlvorgu- "'I'om's a noun lwvzrtist- ht-'s thx' namt- of sonu-tliingg marrit'd's a t-on-iunt'- tion ht-cause it joins 'I'om and .Ianvg and .Iam-'s a vorli lwcaust- slit' Ifoyt-rns tht- noun." II IL 'I' li o s I' I-1 I' 'I' Mrs. Klipsvh -"How do you spt-nd your inc'onw'I" IAll'K'It2If".-xllllllt 30 pt'I'i't'III for shvltt-r. 330 ps-I'c'e'Itt for clothing, All Ilk'I'L't'lII for food. and L20 Iwi't'cnt for 21lIIlISt'lII4'III." Mrs. Klipsch "Hut that adds up to IQH pt-wont." I.ort-ttaw-"'l'hat's right." ' It If 'I I: o s I' I1 1' 'I' Iid Wilson "Yes, my fru-nds. usually my audit'nt't-s art' ggluod to tht-ir starts." I'ourtnt'y f"What a -Iuaint way of lztw-piiug tht-m tlu-rt-Y" li IC 'I' I: ll s I' I-2 I' 'I' Mr. Iiwinpg "Shall wt' hayt- a I'rit-ndly gamt' of cards?" Mrs. Iixyim: -"No: l4't's play lvridI:t'," ll I-1 'I Ii o s I' Izl 'I' Mary was going: lIoIII1' on a tram and as sht' was gazim: out of tht' windou, tht t'onduutor calm- up and said. "l"arv'."' Mary turnvd around and lm-amt-Il upon him "Yt's, mort- than fair, it's ln-autII'ul." ----:,oI:-W I Il I I -rrraocd-0 ..,.44v....222'l1..2Hihsi...a A-' ,- y .J "' ' J .I "' 'f r'L...-- --f:30f,.-4--- I2 Ig I I2 CD 5 I I, C, I --rf.1O,. OUR ll-'IiAKNIiSSIfS l-lvl-n Svnirir- miixt liziyi- thi-ii' we-zilznm-ssc-S, zinrl wht-n yu- 14111-wtiwni-fl tht-m thi-y gavc the I-illim ing IiI'l5NK'4'T4. l,in1ly A fm-m. l-if-il -X44 my flflf'l1ll'.l I1-iirtm-y lll'llYll'llt'S. 'l'i'z-zirly li1g,tzill lvlfiniln-5 with mlzinvini: It-1-I, liill lilzic-kltt-:itll-fl lilrinflt-S. liil liiirtfiri What flu yriu thinly' fllivlu-y Spf-1-fly lilnnnlt-s zxnfl siiiiilwy liriim-tte-s. l,1-ilu-rt Ada my lziwyt-rf lliitvhy Ywifrl ln- siii'pi'ifc-cl. liilii- Why awk mf-'.' l,f-s Girls wliitff- amliitif-n is ti, lit- I1 nursm-. H1-ui'giv My minil. l'm-i'liy- llivisiun 5-ill. Bill lfnthanlq--I'liwlusp4-vti'r'h1-lit'i:i'anhc-7 liil Wilson- Big: :intl little- girls with gn-n-ii. lilauli, LITPQ' hriiwn, or liluv Cyl-rf. :mil Q pe-viully girls whri lin- lilwinrln-r ui' lfriim-ttc-S. Mm-i'i'y--Tall. dark liriinc-tt:-s, whff have ai fun-ign accent and who arm- musically im-il. l.:iyiiimi llwimimf fri-iglit train- in my ell-vp. Vlziirv -l'zin't yi-u gm-SP7 lim-nv Nunn- nmy. I swim- wtf. El-'IjIX'ING IJASTIMES .-Xn 1-ntl-ipiisimg liiit flllllllr fix-fliiiiui: turnn-ml in tht- fiilluwim: pzirtiinm-f lor tht- SUIIIIII xx l,infly -Stzii' igzizinig fm' a liinoly ftaix l-If-sl What my zulniii'in7,: piililiv ilmin't kmm' yx'un't hurt 'Q-m. l'oiii'tnt-y Whzitk y4iiii's'f Tri-:imly Making up true ftfirit-f tit toll my rliziry. llill 'l'ztl1im,: lziiiilsvzipt- hintf, l-Ill liiirtvin I im-fiisv tw talk. 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