Mount Ayr High School - Ayrian Yearbook (Mount Ayr, IA)

 - Class of 1915

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N x X , x XY, S, Av Ax , X xx sos S Q s SMS ..... s x.m..N.m..N.m..N mum.Avuswnmx.max..w,.N..sxxsxALM.Am.M.m..N..w,m..a..ax.ax.N..N.,sx.N..xX.m.,kY..N.smmIn.xx .sw..xxx.m...xv,.m..Nf Ehitnrial Staff Editor in Chief-Harry Spurrier Assistant Editor in Chief-Eva Vllood MANAGERS Business Manager-Murice 'White Circulation Manager-Mary Buck Advertising Manager-Earl Horne Faculty Advisor-Miss Reed I ASSOCIATE EDITORS Literary Editor-Lucy Kidney Music and Alumni Editor-Georgia Reger Athletic Editor-Roe Main Art Editor-Todd Evans Joke Editor-Ernest Tennant CLASS REPRESENTATIVES . Senior-Grace Darrow I Sophomore-Roger Darrow Freshman-M ab el Butler --up Y.,.,. . 1- '-v-1'-----..--,.,.ag.:.,..f1.-..-Z.w:uf I-K-fl: -H3,...,,.L...... Y-.. -, ,A , V , -1------4-J.. " " ....:7:" ':- ---- '-1' ,- '-- 1.5.2-.-. .,,..,v,, , L ' W ' - 1.. G-.013 -- -- -,,., , , , Superintendent W. H. Fasold Pedagogy and Manual Training, M. A. H 1911-1915. B. Ped., B. S., B. Ph., Kansas City University ef' l4i f2 in v F " , , 7,-Lim:-, - ic' ' ug. M.- , f' I -.Q 2 -V , T ' 5 . -, ..g .'- Q , . n YI ,V ' I ' ' -6.7 .. ,- ' rs I A ,.., 'V ,V v- 94,4 , ,I V, ' - ' -,ff ,. ,A 2 V , ,vrry . f f ' A V ' ig ' 'S R N. E. SCHUPBACH Science and Athletics Coach M. A. H. S. 1913-15 A. B. Ottowa University ANNA OWEN English M. A. H. S. 1914-15 ..lTr. . ----.-V -... ff f-Q-. -- -1' - " . .. . .....f..., 2... ,. . -:.: V .173-L...l.-7Y3:..:.,5::-5--7 41- fir- ' ,.g.g..-...a. '- - . ...Y nl- --fu.. ', - . v . .. -..-cr' . .W.-.w-.,..g,,.v....,. --- ...-...,..-....,., . .. -.. - . . .... vb... -..----. . - . . - -. . . .. , , ..-..-. - E .-f-twiki, , .,,.. ,.,x? , ,,,, -.,.,. .,,,...-iv-4... - ,,-.- ' --f-- 'L ' - -aw'-'iv' -f ' ""' VERA HART Music and Drawing M. A. H. S. 1913-15 Graduate in Music, Drake University A MARY MARSCHALL Home Economics M. A. H. 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SECOND YEAR English Plane Geometry Modern Historyt Bookkeepingt Latin it THIRD YEAR English Al geb-ra Argiculture American History FOURTH YEAR Home Economics Physics Pedagogy Political Eco-nomy 'tElective SECOND SEMESTER English Algebra Botanyt Ancient Historyt Latina' English Plane Geometry Modern Historyt Phy siologyt Latint Reading Solid Geometryt Commercial Geography Civics Elective Grammar Phv sics Pedagogy Arithmetic Domestic science, music, drawing and manual training will be given in all high school grades. Pupils who have been attending other high schools and desire to make a change, will be admitted to our high school without an examination. All credits made in other high schools will be accepted. Mount Ayr has one of the best schools in the State. Mount Ayr has no saloon, pool hall, or other institution which tends to weaken the morals of her people. Mount Ayr has four iine churches. Mount Ayr homes are open to the nonresident pupils. 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Ax Ax . mx . xx.A5311flax1.kE...f::i:Sx1i E1.:xf.2.5E1L? xi.:3i.t.sSn1 11 .i3 0112155 nf 1915 Mel Hiclzerson-President, Troy Holloway-Vice President Gladys Thompson-Secretary-Treasurer Motto: "Aim ever at the best" Colors: Pink and Green Flower: Pink Rose YELL Nigger, nigger, hoe potater, Half past alligator, Ram bang, bum bang, Chicka, chicka, Wa Wa, Seniors. 0112155 Sung As the spring returns and the time draws nigh, When from schoolmates We must part, Then we think of the days We say good-by, With a sigh in each loyal heart, P Though to part from our friends of these perfect days, Brings grief to each loving heart, Still 'tis written in life's laws with bright, flaming rays, That dear friends must meet and part Soon now will end all our dear schooldfays, Not the end of a journey this, But We start on life's Way lit with love's bright ray, To the goal that we can not miss And memory has painted these perfect dayrs In colors that can not fade, And the thought that shall ever cheer our Way Is the thought of the friends We've made. 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As is always the case, some studied, some pretended to study and some made no attempt to walk in the path of knowledge. So when our class next came together many were missing from our ranks. Our sophomore year was spent in Simpson college over Simpson 's store, with the opera house as the assembly room. Upon Mel Hickerson was placed the burden of seeing that we behaved. Because he performed the duties thrust upon him so well he has filled the office of class president during our junior and senior years also. Sophomore days were indeed happy days and many good times were enjoyed, which can never be forgotten. The neXt year they called us juniors and that was the year of the publica- tion of the first Ayrian of the Mount Ayr High School, under the efficient editorship of Mel Hickerson. Though we studied industriously we were always in for fun. One evening we all dressed up in our oldest clothes and had a hard times party at Elva's. Even when the thermometer said it was too cold for juniors to wander over the country we rode out to Ned's on a hayrack, returning early the next morning. Good Saint Valentine's birthday we cele- brated by a party with the sophomores Cand what seniors dared to comej in the club rooms. One evening in the spring we journeyed to the woods for a weinie roast, but the rains descended and beat upon those juniors and they hastened home. As a climax to all these good times we entertained the seniors at a farewell reception in the basement of the Christian church. Now we are seniors and though we have more cares and responsibilities we are not less merry than before. The boys entertained the rest of the class and the teachers at the home of Maurice Tenant. And say, those boys can make things go when they want to. Many more parties were held but youall have to ask the seniors about them as my space here is limited. --at-M.. J, . .. ..-......., H,-.-, -44-.-if-ai..M--'lv---f::.:::''-'f::1 -1i......:V H - -- H : - J an -A-m" ---s - - v- I' L T. L - ,-,,.:.u--,gf--4,1- i v u ni.: L.--g Y-...f - .- -..----. Y Y A---A,-v--f -4 - -was1isitsisxsitqstswtefzxqefxsrtsifxefrsffxerteirefas was xsfxsf wwsss- ss--s--W-s1xs1sv 41-as--'gQ111411'Qq,.,w-N5 :::t1t:1: x W Q N gg , , Y W Q Liiitiiiiifg . N . x ., , , ,. . ,x x i : . ..... ,... . ,......,..., ...au-X. . . 5xs.vs.x. xv ,M.g.,x....s..Q..xN.sY... , w..m..lxs.m..w..w.,N.m sumHN..sw.AxAw.,.w..N..w..sxAx,Ax.AMMs,,N.m..a..w.sw..sx .N..w..sx.sx.wusx.ss..m..N.m.m..sX.m..m..m...mx xx.m..sxx.m,..m,.sv.,s fn' N' We could not leave the high school Without doing a little for those Who have done so much for us so We presented the school with a bust of Abraham Lincoln. On Senior Day with proper exercises We took dovvn the pennant of Class of 1914 and placed our own emblem of pink and green over the stage. We are now looking forward to our graduation day when We must leave teachers and friends in Mount Ayr High. VVhat the future Work may be We can not tell but if We live up to our motto, "Aim ever at the best," our lives will not be a failure. GRACE DARROW Classical-Normal Training Secretary Montrose '13-'14 Secretary Alcott '14-'15 Secretary Athletic Association '14-'15 Captain Basketball '12-'15 Class Representative Ayrian '15 Class Valedictorian HA champion of Woman's rights-especially the right to change her mind." 7 Y ii Y A . . up .Asset U A - w 1 i xii' 1-,., as1'5l':6f. "' , . is -xg. :"'-m.a 'H W . I A ! i 3, w i ,l il 4 Q. '- f?3a5!z::""'-"""" ' ' , AY ffm- ,r ..,. ::r:..,.:4 tggfwm wilt' xv ,xv NNN--Num. VN.-WNV W-.iv-:Jigs.:3.Gi:3.G5.Q.tg., .... , ...... :1..:...i,iti...t..t ......... ......t....... ..... ., ...... .......i.., M w M ss w xx w xx-xv-ss--w V-xv-w--.xv W N-Vs---W ' " ,, an 'g,Qf 1 M 1915 ii X "4' X XX '.'ffLLff.1'i1ffLff.1'f1'N N''if..IY.:?T.'.'3TT:.Tf,'.:Tl:fix??.1??I1?T.'.IT:.'?T..F2l1'.??:.??.',zitfflzfflzzf115113115,'.TI11T?.'ST11'.TT.'.??.1'.T5.'.'f.'.'?T.'fi.. flf..if..ff1.. ' EXNX XY- ' 5 ,wh V32 1 I -4. iff i Jiln 1 i EDNA WRIGHT English-Scientific 'xii Montrose '13-'14 Alcott '14-'15 "Blue are her eyes as the fairy flaxg She has cheeks like the dawn of dayg Bright is her hair as the gold sunlceams Which chase dark clouds awayf' MARIE LAIRD Normal Training Classical Alcott '14-'15 g , "You'll always find her in the pursuit of knowl- f i edge. We hope she may catch it some day." f RHEA BEASLEY Normal Training Classical Alcott '14-'15 Basket Ball '13-'15 Business Manager '14-'15 C6 For if she will she Will, You may depend on it- And if she Won't, she won't! So there's an end on it." -..:-'-m- , -,.fe, ,1,- J-as--1 L ' ' - u-f'7l.....2.-.-.. - - - , "-'-"'-?1 ' ' ,m,..,.... W... . -- ...a.-:f.1-.La+a.--........- --l..i.i.. xwxxvx x -m--mv--m'-xv-mrxi ,, gg 'X is N Q 11:21 5w,.t.,. x .s.t5..x.R:.,,.fmvtdi.. m.m..m..mv.,sxv.. mum ,sw ,.w.,m..Sl"N She strove the ne1ghborhood to please, W1th manners wondrous winning, And never followed W1Ck8d ways U less when she was sinningf' Where he falls short 'tis nature's fault alone, Where he succeeds the merit's all his own." Lady, Very falr are you, nu your brow lS 11ke the snow, Yet the Varlous thlngs you know G odness knows we don't." l l 1 i I xx- .xx .xx xx' xx ' ' XY ' ' N' ' Y' ' Y' ' V' ' X ' X' XX XY NN' xv 'sv A' ' xx xx .x' NX xx xx ,xx xv xx xx xx xx xv xx NN xx xx XX xx' xx' .xx .,..x.. " E' " X X Y xT..3T:'.1TT..f?..ff'.'f.'.'N ' "Iffl.,'fT...'Tf.'.ff..Sf1.ff.iff,fTl.ff..ff..'fT..ff ,'.', ' TT.1'fT,'.'f ,'.' T159 ' 'N N . ffl ff.f1'.'.Tf..Tf,'. Clif? X K B U R L D AVI S English-Scientific '29 3 Basket Ball '14-'15 "He is very bashful Where ladies are concerned and not very concerned over senior parties but some day he will awake and astonish the worlclfl GLADYS THOMPSON Classical Orio '13-'14 Alcott '14-'15 Girls' Glee Club "She says that two heads put together are bet- ter than one if the other head belongs to the right person." EARL STUCK English-Scientific "He is a runner of great speed. In field meets he is there indeed." X ' ' 5- - V- -- .f - -W.-,-,,. -H-.. -- .,......-........ -- M , 1 . K, .. . . M., N , ...:..--.s.-..,.l, .,. M . ,,,-f--M,-U 1-V fs -V -V Vg, Y a ,,, -gal-..--as---.....,..':...., :-.5.,-.1-H.- we 1,3-1.1'.:V -:ag L4 t . ,.,,2.4,nH...-,..i..,.---Q - qsrqsqsrxgrzgvteftemiie2'qstefrxefteirxeftsfxefteils-W-sexeew-Www--M-ss-Ns--we-XX New x rc as N X X 1 K . , x X N ,N .N . 5x..,.N.,..x..,W5..X.,..g.,s,.5K.. .fs SQ s .m..N.N.-.av.Av.m..xxxss.M..xx,sw.m.m..n.,w.sw..sx.. .Ax.m.,sx.sx.sx.sx..m,.N.m.m..m.w..ss.,mv,,.mx -..sxx.w.,.m..m..S fWW'm' TROY HOLLOWAY Classical Orchestra Pep Band Montrose '13-'14 Junto '14-'15 Vice President Class '14-'15 "One who feeds on test tubes, acids, and dough nuts." MONIA SHIROYER Classical Montrose '13-'15 Alcott '14-'15 "If a smile could be measured Hers is worth its Weight in goldg 'Cause it makes you feel so happy Whether you be young or old." GLADYS STUCK English-Scientific Orio '13-'14 Alcott '14-'15 Basket Ball '13-'15 . "Always ready to laugh out loud." f V- Y A Y- .- vs., -. W- HWY -HA ,LY-M A xv-'xv'NHx'-A xx xv-www N N fs-'WM .X-fe xx W M W M A A - xx W x.-'V N .X 'CQ'.v A- xx NN M .ll"lQQ" qzzrztzzzvi I X h xx ff Y . A t ,S 5 79 wx ,Q hw Q 5.5! ,S Q Q X .,N,,.... o.,35..,ll iizgzgzzxuzz' A N FX 5 f ' X if N X X XX -NN AY xY,xY.sY.NY '-X xx' AX. AX.XY -V.sY.xY ,sXXAX.XX,.NX.NS.-AN.,NY.,sY,.sX..kY..g . N..N..A' uX..AX.5N..3YYNY..NX.AY XXX XV ELMA BALLEW E lf S15 English-Scientihc , Orio '13-'14 , QM, Alcott '14-'15 hi 4 ffl," "The darling of the seniors, 'giff I She is our chief delight. px If ' If a deed needs to be done, She does it with her might." PEARL ELLIS English-Scientific "A quiet senior girly who says that if you.de- sire to be held Wise, be so wise as to hold your tongue." CLOYD DRAKE Normal Training Orio '13-'14 Junto '14-'15 Business Manager Aryian '14 "C10yd believes that the moon presents a lovely , View-when she is seen by only two." ,ff .i. - A+ ---1?---:-ee-self-..:.:.:. ,, tx . ,.. .',.'rfr'?:r: :' 1' 7-37-7-99"-"'-4 2 ' Q, -. ' ,': i' f:f.L A -I -.,.-.m-.-.x?,--,.-.,- f- . A Vlf...--.. Q me , A 22 Y--Q -- - --e - ,......- .- .... .,-:- - - Y f 4 meg:-Qugzq 11Q::Q1-is:sas2:1111-Qs.-qsrg.:-:Q1-qsmwrzqsf-qsfxerrrssf' weC5923XGY'QGT'QGf5KGTYQ?YQGYCGfYG1'iGYQLTKG-ew.-'xx N-Alas-'-fxeirgsfiw it N . N - - V - E 5 ,x.t:..1..w ' W Q . ff 77 rg ., X..N Y "T 5 xx xW,...,..x..,..x5..t.s.X..5..t,.,X.. I ' .P . x-- Q ' SX' -': 3 S-Q ,-, i..-Q Q N sg s ,Tj S. . AY . lx , .xx . .N , AY . ,A Y :ex AQ, , Ax . .xxx . xv . .N . .xx , .N . .xxx Ax . Ax Y Ax . .xxx . xx . .xx . .N. .xx . AY. - RX . N. . AX . AX .:?- . ii'nf?-:N.TS:.T?-ZS?-12 X .ATS.1.gE11.SS:s. '.:Et...,TE.x....?i.'1 :li g ELVA HAOOVER Alcott '14-'15 Normal Training Orchestra Girls' Glee Club Montrose '13-'14 I "Take c-are-she gives a side glance and looks down. Beware, beware, she's fooling thee." J OSIE KELSEY Normal Training Oriio '13-'14 Alcott '14-'15 "A jolly girl is Josie, liked here, liked there, liked everywhere." CHARLES SIMPSON Classical Montrose '13-'14 Junto '14-'15 y ion the envy of all the girls." "A persevering young man, who has a complex- 6 I 4 'xw"N'w"w"w xv'xv'xv-w-w-xvw-w-M xv .V W W w .V w M-w www-W W ,.- xx w -,. Ns .v M W A. W Q . ff css- as X X X . ' P N S X -Y N .X .Q N . .X -.X N M...a.w N. Ne w .. ,....x..N..X .W...s. M N. x..x-.A-. A-..s.M..m .-Y..-X J. MEL HICKERSON Classical i Class President '12-'15 Orchestra Pep Band Editor in Chief, Ayrian '14 Orio '13-'14 Junto '14-'15 "Not in the role of common men." f ' EVA BEASLEY Classical-Normal Training Basket Ball '14-'15 Alcott '14-'15 Class Salutatorian "A rosebud blushing to a brook ain't purtier nor . sweeter." MARIE STEPHENSON Classical-Normal Training Girl's Glee Club A 7 Orio 'l33'14 1 1 Alcott '14-'15 W "Her friends are many, her enemies few. w Marie you're a dandy, here's to you." , -, .......,.. ,.-.,, d... ...L ,, +- , V - M . ".xgs,...,,..,5....,.,,,,,,,,,A- 1 ,?, ,.,......T:,.-, -,,-.:.:...13L1l,w,.,, ,,..K5Qi,,,, is J .,,,,.,.E.-2: -be p n' ., ,., , .... ........................,....................................N.....,........Nm..Nu......i..............,.................. N.........................: """' """m"""' ' -- 13' 4- -- -- -s -Aw-svvrw-w-xvxw-ss--'m-www-xvxvwexv-xvxv-sv'www'-sv'xvxwxxvAw'xv'xv'mv N- mvA'av"sv'xwem"N: - s.m.u...w gjg-.ws as-N--s--s K is M xx it it it s zzzzttti: - w Q .. ff 7 7 rg A X S N Q X E NS s S Ss - K A 5.4 Q Q--sm,--M-,--is-A15-N--s--T-NYA-YQN 5 v- X,-' X . : N. ' r - V -': 3 S IX ' X" S N S Q R NNYS xx ixx sw N.m..s.m..x..sx.sv..sx.wax.,.xx,m..x..w..NNNss.as.M.Ms.sw.sm.N.sw.m..sx.sx.sx.sx.sx.sx.w..sx.sx..w..N.m.m..m m..m..Aw.,.mw .xxx.m...m.,m..x: .... .... ...... ,. ..... ,, GRACE RICHARDS Normal Training "Grace is one of those That it is a joy to know, For she is just the quiet kind Whose nature never Varies." MAURICE TENNANT English-Scientific Pep Band Orio '13-'14 Junto '14-'15 "Greater men may have lived--but I doubt it." ONA RUSH i Normal Training - "Ona is an energetic and Witty senior lass Wh is Wisdom personified-and cut off." 1 z K E 5 5 Z 1 ,,,g I Q E L 14, li I .V ii f ' f ! L X it x '4 li RV--' 's I I W i 1 s W J I I 1 s K P 3 9 1 Al ,. X ' " lr 9 1 :-'S fm. F 1 4 ve' ,Yi bs. ffl m V s ! QQmlQ7K71Q,7,x QC'YQ''QQ"QQ7iQQ-"fQ"QS''Ql'fl-'IQ''QQUQQ"fi-A'1'Q''ICIQ"if'IQ''QNX"lf'QC'YCWTIC''QCl'fG"If"QQf'f-fffi- xt '1QQ"'IQQ"1QQ" ...,. be " 9' lx .S S X I . ...,.... ' N' TT.LL'fL.?T.,If.CX1CI.T1 .TT.,IfI..TT .,'. ' Tf.'.TTQ,.'T,,'ST.JXQITT.FT.,ff..'?F.'.??l.1??.:'T?.1Li',1'F:.SFQLTILTT.,'Tf11?f'.1TF.'.FI..'Tl'.'.FT.L'?T.'.ff .',' .'.' F T.15f.'.5X'R " .ff V s 1 0112155 HUPUI I X We are seniors they declare. L They advise us to beware What We say and what we do. r They all tell us to be wise. Then are struck dumb with surprise When we laugh. But though may be life's ways Memories of bygone days Time or care can not destroy, When alone of hope bereaved Thoughts will come of scenes we left Long ago. And the way will brighter seem As we sit at eve and dream- D . ream of times that now are past, Then resolve to tr Harder than we did before, , To succeed. y once more Thu With its pleasures and its strife, We must each of us pursue But to colors black and blue Class of fifteen will still be true To the end. s our journey on through life I 1 w5a G. E.D Y V v -e -Y ' . --- .-4 ....' 'l...-?F1i1 A ' Y ' ' '. ..-..Q-,..AL.,-s-.1--if V - -- - A- Ar' ' Y, - 4 'Y - , ,,, -.-f-nr'--M - ,H Y M- ,,..L3.L,-ss..enxM-...- , ., .-,--. ..-N'z..,.. "I1... """ ' H-'1' '-T Y Cv .1 fi' Q if ! IF 1 14 :J ' .4 1 7 4 4 L I 3. I K5 3 4 .4 1 Q X 115' X xx i Q. .5 W' il E4 !1 fs K N l I Q 1 f l ly, 4 y! N. L .K I L 3 n ff I ,.............. 2 xx x w 'ss s--xv-'xx-sw-w w N s- ss ss .s- ss xx ss N W M ss ss ss ss Ns ss- ss NC-is N .ss ss- .v .ss W ss .ss .QQ 'ill X ' Q U, ..., X I s g pi re 77 w N Q ' I ant. x as Nw x' ssc X ,i Q' x ,Ox b .,, -Vs Aj Nui, w5XSxR x pg., .N ,E X .xx ,.v.,xs.w sw. N w ss N sx.,.v.w .v .v .v...v.m.sx..xs. .N-..M,.sx,..v,..w. - xx m..x..s-My .www Mum, w.sx..c:, -x W vs as -- N 0112155 nf 19113 Harry Spurrier-l'resident Mary lillCli-T1'02lSlll'Cl' Colors: Black and Gold Motto: "Perseverance " 0112155 Qizinrg OXV We have nearly finished our third vear of our high school life . 1 D 7 for We are juniors. Yet there is nothing by which you could tell us from seniors, and you might sometimes mistake us for sopho- 3 f mores, judging from our appearance, but nevertheless we are juniors and fully aware of the fact. It has not been a very long time since We Were freshmen, and yet in that short time we have improved wonderfully along all lines. VVhen freshmen we Went to the opera house for assembly and over Simpson's store for recitation and thus We began our high school career. Then the next year We started as sophomores in the new school building and everything along all lines Was taken up with a vim. Many parties were held at different places, the most notable of which was the one in Timby Hall with the juniors. Then this year opened our third year, the busiest year in the high school life. YVe stand twenty-nine strong and hope to keep that number all through our senior year. Soon our days as juniors will be over and then next year when we assemble We will be the highest class in the school, seniors, those Whom the other classes can and will look up to and then we will be opening the road to failure or success for our life's battle which will then be beginning in reality. "1 'Q. ,w-,.,........-............aL H .. , ,, ,. , , .. 1 -A-fe-Pzrw'--if ::'f'1-he-:ect '1 ""h-i- 'Y' """' ' """ " "' ,...., . h in-,,.. , . N , A.-. .- 1 E E l 1 PATTI ROBERTS' Nrormial Training Alcott '14-'15 "The maid from the Rockies." ALICE WYLER Normal Training Montrose '13-'14 Alcott '14-'15 "Sweet Alice." ' CLETA BEARD Normal Training , Alcott '14-'15 "A lass with a mind of her own X If IIII I I E I I r ,I M.: , K. I ,I I I 5 If .' I 5 I I. ' I II I I, I I. I I I 2 : 1 ,I I li I I I I I I LI I I. I If I at I I' I il II II ii 1 III I I I ,Q I . J! f I :. . 'I I I I' 5 II - I I I I' I I ' I I K' I I II I3 I I If I If ' I If' .' I i , gig"---l Iiilr II :IEE RAYMOND HLARROLD-"Sticky" English-Scientific Orio '13-'14 Junto '14-'15 "Keep on a-keeping on." BERNICE MOORE Normal Training Montrose '13-'14 "A little dark-haired maiden." FERN KAHLEY Normal Training W "Looking forward toward the FL ture." I I H ARTHUR KEATING-"Fudge" English-Scientific Orio '13-'14 Junto '14-'15 "A mathematician. DAYLE LAIRD Normal Training Alcott '14-'15 "A future school-ma'am." MINNIE ROBINSON English-Scientific Orio '13-'14 Alcott '14-'15 No, I won't do it." Q2-'iw Q gag? PF U MEM? f K' , 'W 2 . . .-. ff " 2: Q' , X C4 I vl'iR:3'l -. ,. ' A D .. V - . In ,,'L,,.' cg. ,wx - M' 4-I.. ' - . . t. ' I ' -.-As, .4 4 5' 4-Q yi lg l x 'lg' fl! filli I" .1153 VL' wm.y.,' "r'5.!H!:5,:'1ffh1 , - g lllflwfi ,f5f:i2g4:LQl 5 L32 fjkzfwriisp '15 :JL Ulf' fir. 'ffrft:"f'2"1.gff-'L,'HV'1.fj,'V1-if? -?jQQlp.llfCx5lllu:ml3lf.Il lvl il'..vfn,I:.,ggEg,.y,A-Q,1,,11yL1,,,,,,u'33'g,J.L:ji:EhNfmvMull'-,mbrg I ii ' f '-'-nfl , , ' 'QQ f - - . M E' r + as if . 1 Af. f ly .nof- KD' I 5 J, 'I , f, :,,I:..-, :..,.,,,, I ,,,N..., .4 , . gzl-'nl -milf: , 'SQ K' '-5' QC ,' 3:3 :Q U q?+,.'5'-zu-si ' ,I ' F :,,1f:3, '4' l. gg Q 4 la in A 1 I ll .. 15 gi ll .E il . --1+ , -- .YY. ,. -ri A-.mf :J z:r,.,d l I I lllll' I Ili' ' lull' . If 1 WY?5'W:l3f?i'E'1?f'?TE1F gE!llli'lfLS,4gfliWf '- ' 'I iw YT, A guy. ,,T,1 UF 3.031 Ill -f'5' mill I5li.1lf:?1Quiii5.,,ul4 . ,533-lg fig' 1f'2?':.?Z,1i!1g1 ?"Zigi!!-Iii.l!.7L.a'a.,fq!1'1i. 1515 X V ff ' ' t'fig65, A f X A - ., 3.-ganna.- , ,.,.., fig- , .. Y - . 76 AVA VVALLACE-"My little Queen" Normal Training Girls' Glee Club '14-'15 Alcott '14-'15 "A sweeter queen was never known VERE WALLACE-"Sho1'tie" English-Scientific Junto '14-'15 Basket Ball '14-'15 "Small but mighty." TODD EVANS English-Scientific Junto '14-'15 Art Editor, Ayrian "A man with the brush." Q . ' 51" 7315 V -'Q I l ' of' V R' f 1 xH r l fqip . . F . 4 ' " X im':mf:,,5geiw, 4. wx ,,.w,21f 5, f A 'Fifi i'ifQ:jm'f1i1l27i':, -'mi QAAJQIF . f1Zllf?'31zlr'L'lff:i'l iiliy-gg b e.gQekulazl1mm2'l1:P.s4U4.llmm2Jeagg?J,f:t4 ,Ziff .fxEAJ,b.3.z1uimulmui:-gg, ' 16 l E' 4 I l ' ,I it Q ERNEST 'rENNAN'r--Him" A f: if A English-scientific V I ' oi-io '13-'14 H Junto '14-'15 gl 3 A Humorous Editor, Ayrian in Male Quartet '14-'15 'l il . "Bi-oke! Broke!! Broke!!" A 1 l it X i A Yi ovouou 55 IOWA REGER f P .i Normal Training r Montrose '13-'14 , lj ,-H3 Alcott '14-'15 A ' UI really do not know." - ' ,i f."'f.i l It i it 5 GEORGIA REGER-HGQO1-ge" i fi Normal Training I Montrose '13-'14 b 'Q Basket Ball '13-'14 if Alcott '14-'15 z Girls' Glee Club '14-'15 s I . Musical Editor, Ayrian f "Oh, yes, at Simpson." , Nl 521 e "?.:.-ii. ff H il-W. f' X-Ve: iT5li1!.T .fp'1:wsfrg11!'13' "'5i1E3i'lfl,2l'fiQ!?,llF!ll2,,IYiT'-1, F2 f r luillu -'li :,l:'fW :sr .1 ,gvf.w1l,2,l'li ".,9,.. mllltlztlllifflsagglliagllfmmvfrtliilsgfiflfiffslgmtmrslfE.iirfifl1.f.amiie -j ' X ,1.,i.,m- 'sy ' of -,. A ,L " - -ii-rr-' A511 .. ,E .-A--sa., -- Y .--W .. - I I K. 1 f BELLE STRANAHAN-"Stranny" English-Scientinc Montrose '13-'14 Class Representative, Ayrian '13 '14 Alcott '14-'15 Girls' Glee Club '14-'15 "'lVhat would you do if you were ine?" i 'l l 1 BEATRICE HANNELLY-"Bea" it xi Normal Training Montrose '13-'14 Alcott '14-'15 Girls' Glee Club '14-'15 "Never more than two in one night." EARL HORNE--"Barney" English-Scientific Montrose '13-'14 l Advertising -Manager, Ayrian Junto '14-'15 ' "Let her go to thunder." 1 4 i li ROE MAIN--t'Main" English-Scientific Orio '13-'14 Basket Ball '13-'15 Junto '14-'15 Captain Basket Ball '14-'15 Orchestra '14-'15 Athletic Editor, Ayrian 'Tm the fastest man in town " LUCY KIDNEY Classical Orio '13-'14 Vice President Class '14-'15 Literary Editor Ayrian Alcott '14-'15 "Quack, quack, quackf' MARY BUCK Classical Orio '13-'14 Tieasurei' Class '14-'15 Alcott '14-'15 Circulation Manager Ayrian "Well, believe me, people." vm I fm 0, ffigigbiix ' Ccggigxkqq fx L fuel' af.. . 'V' ' L' - -, - , L"CQ.:N,"'1:3'? 'Lvl Ui?" T-'l' fx .- "2-' 'wt .s . V. . ' , 'xv . , ga Qf,Sf,g4rf.f'.ff?1N-'S-,ss-,,.,3+a535' we ,QQ - XPQQQQE , ,:eff-fQf1Q.rFfffggf1f1gwle-grass-?'ff'42fs-W ..s1,-Q52 , wiv. i 'l ,' . it -- e- ,'-- ff 1 . .-A , 4 f- -?1',i? 5, gt, i"' ,." if", :K . tv 4, a - . '-,f?f,:: -- 1 1, -2,1 1 ft , i 5 , 1 f gee-1, , cn 1 1 r . 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I I I I 1 I J 1 It 1 I I 1 1 1 It Ii II I. EVA VVCCD English-Scientific Montrose '13-'14 Class Secretary and Treas. '12-'14 President Alcotts '14-'15 Class Secretary '14-'15 Girls' Glee Club '14-'15 Ass't Editor Ayrian "A car ride? Sure!" MURICE WHITE Classical Secretary O. L. S. '14 Orchestra '13-'15 . Secretary J. L. S'. '14-'15 Male Quartet '14-'15 Business Manager Ayrian "Oh, you dearief' HARRY SPURRIER Classical President M. L. S. '14 Secretary Athletic Ass'n '14 President J. L. S. '14-'15 Class President '13-'15 Basket Ball '13-'15 Male Quartet '14-'15 Editor in Chief Ayrian "Well, there are plenty others." I , I 4 1 -qw , , 1 J x fi U , L i i . i , fa v I, i 4 aa ig, v,ifmgiixgii'J4?'f3ff255L.q+f it-32 Q .,, If .1l,L2.,,,,.'. ij.. ,Q ,4,.,,,Qi .IL ,: in A . fl if Q 'E V Lt :Fi I V ' ,ix LJ ,' i in 3 BIRDICE KING I i Diagonal H. S. ' Normal Training W "Never again." v ' Jn 3 5 1 fi Q lg E o ,T i 1 ' I , JT i ' fu Y fi 1 BESSIE STUCK Normal Training N I Orio '13-'14 i i Alcott '14-'15 i "Oh, yes, kid." ' fl V i 1 A a l Q n si 3 H 5 J f . 1 E 5' 5' if Pg Fi!-. lf, ,IEW !If?52?iqE?llifi!!? '?fl'iiii?iQWEiliffQiUQ!7'iFf'l!Qf"iHf"??'f':'-'11'Ef 1 fa r 'V 5 1' ofa '1',fWif'l.'Wf"X31,"fl!5fi 4-f!fwF"i'f f if N iiiiiziifiljg925361ifilwp,-1i5gi2ii5i.i121-mvME? ix I ' ...Q V ' .1 - - ..1' ' 'lY". ... ... . .' h :"f?l"1."""" P-mv -L?--' L f- " 11 - '. . ..- Jlf' - 5 -+ .,, ,, . ----..f -.f f --- V----W -- - - ,, dn-, ,-...... A-... ff- 12. .L 'Y...4.f4 -,g4- 1-5 - izrw- - "' v- 'W '-' " -1 - -"' J, -' f.W' , , , .,.., ,,,,, ,,, ,, 1' ' I 1 V s S I I 7 i S v 1 S 5 i S' E . I 2 , gl V , 4 1 w L I 1 il ik fll , s t 1 1 r ig 9 1. i L' 'I- M 1, l 1 .. Q, s v, Hi fzr ' + 1 1 l 4 , 1 - 1 f 9 1 lr K i. E1 1 if 'i'a'!F' 1 .. .. 'F-".'41tQf'5:'1z-' -. 4 ,f 1 i Q, - F D Z 'I -f H' I L . 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Prentis-Treasurer Clive Ketch Ruth Flynn Samniie Rhoades Caryl VVilliams Belle Sconce Grace Duncan Gladys Tennant Otto Haley Mary Tracy Clara Denny Stella 'Wright Alta Main Reba Roberts Susie Tindey Minnie Strobel Ruth VVooster Irene VVilliams George Irving John Reynard Ruby Sullivan Loren McCandless Colors: Blue and Gold CLASS ROLL Wa.llace Buck Nellie Chance Vera Jagger Kelyn Gleason Irina Holden Pauline Stephenson Elma Dille Blanche Long Harry Main X. T. Prentis Frank Keating John Pow Bernice Main Ernest Sawyer Homer Main Marie Moore Roger Darrow Minnie Clemons Avis Spencer Marie Goodwin P s F 0 V, ? .7 'x 2 I 3 2 C ,f .M 'R W 3, W. t tw 4 gp . ' N 8 i f u A x .L ,. xx 4-L 1 K .3314 X X, X , V . x x x , f x , ix- . X X. f x xy x , ,' X Q P ff XX V xx V . , l"9 XX X X .. X , v XV . X - 2 . v X, la l' ' . 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E sk 'fi-ft: X S N A X g E1ff.:11xtf..5 K-14"""'w: i 5 ' - - f 1 X- v xx xx sx.mx.sx.ss..m..N.m.m.sw.x .m..sxx.m...sw..m..s5 ---s- -vxwvvwmxxxxsxxsmxxxxmxx QR--N--N-M--A-A-A--W -'N' Eininrg nf Ihr 0112155 nf 1917 HE kind-hearted, liberal, magnanimous seniors and jolly, care-free, juniors have for the last semester been bestowing their pitying glances upon us. Since we as sophomores consider it our duty t-o dispel the ignorance that lies about the minds of our fellow stu- dents, whenever the use of our partially-grown minds makes this possible, we humbly beseech the all-prevailing, great seniors and juniors to accept this kindly tendered explanation, for we believe, as the poet that a "little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men" and do not aim to become innocent of all foolish thoughts and practices nor to reach that stage of brain ossification which is the goal of every junior's and senior's ambition. We 'have laid aside our freshmen nursing bottles with a regretful sigh for vanished joys, but the great final separation came in that final spasm, when we rolled out as sophomores to the unutterable relief of the wearied faculty. And now we, with sophom-oric pride, glance back at the lonely crowd of verdant freshies, 'trying in vain to fill the seats of their illustrious predecessors. At the beginning of the year our fingers did the spring-tooth harrow act three inches from our scalps, and the distance has not been lessened more than three eighths of an inch, but this record has been up at the expense of many picture shows and parties, also we have found it difficult to persuade the teachers that we are sophomores. It has also been our custom to crow gently when in luck and so we may well do now as we hold the athletic championship of M. A. H. S., won at the last track meet in 1914. We were a green bunch when we entered Camenj. No one Cexcept our- selvesb thought that any good could come from us, yet despite our appearances we have contributed very largely to every branch of high school life until now we can say, "How great are we." Athletes, students, social guys, all sorts of folks are found within our class. That wemay never swerve in our devotion to old M. A. H. and that we may never place class interests above hers is the sincere desire of every member of the class of 1917. .,,, , ff! -,:,,: R rans- 1 1 4'.'!' -,..4 - - - H.. 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 3 J 11 11,11 0 51 .. ' s.-ew.-s,..s,..,......,....1..,..-....... ..,.v1,.,....,.,..e Y' - ' V' so X: -..Nw 4 1 ,.. x VN .,...x.- ..,,.,, .. 111 ff, 11. IQ L.t1.1L..' A llittlr Elurihzrtinn XV21112lCl? 13111111-H111 her steps." Nellie i,11l2llll't'--H11 wouhl talk. how it t11lk1111!" Minnie C11-111111o11s-"l'11ssiv1- IJ1'I'lIJ1ll'21SIIl'S. 21 SI701'12l1Ij'.H Roger 1IE1I'I'0lVZH711111111 was NV1ll'll 21 1111111 lost his h1'11i11s 111 111111 0121111 1Ien11y-"Ni11e 1111ys XVOIICIPIKH 141111111 'Dille-L"l'111+ worl11 knows nothing of its wisest folk " Grace 131111111111-"Wl111t1 XVOll1l1 this 11111111 1111 if I were lost "' Ruth Flynn-HIt.'s Irish yo11 know." IIelyn CQIOZISOII-4611011111 Ayr's 1l2ll1l1y speaker a111l Cj't'10lJl'1112l 111' lllllVCI'Sf erature, i11 two voluines. Price 114137. Marie CiO0l1IVIlliHSlll'0, Elllylliltlj' will 1lo.'1 Otto IIEl10y-HIXIILI yet there never was a. ininute when Otto II1111-y wasn IIEIXIIIOIILI IIickerson-"'1'he plain, rough hero Illl'l1011 21 t'I'2lliij' 1Cll2iVlE.7, Irina IIol1len-"As sniart. as t11ey get." George Irviiig-HI 21111711 got no 11111111 for iiggers ll01l0XY.H Frank Keating-"A steani engiiie in trousersf' Clive Keteli-4'IVl1y may not this be t11e skull of E111 e1lito1' i11 1-11i111'?" Blanche Long-HI really feel as though so111e one was looking at nie." Honier AIZIIII-646111111110 a cent, I want to look tough." Harry Main-"A grain of wheat hid i11 two bushels of ehaitf' Alta Main-"And some have greatness thrust upon I110lll.H Bernice Main-c'Sueh stuff as flreanis are n1a1le of." Loren McCa11dless-''Perhaps heis sick. in love, or hath not C11I11'11.H Marie Moore-' ' Innocents abroad. 7' .Iohn Poor-"Oh, the descent of 111a11." X. Prentiss-"Vacant P00111 to let. upper story, gas and n1o1lern 1lllII1'0VOHN nts John Reynard- Reba Roberts-"God pities the ol1il111'e11." Ernest Sawyer-"A babe. lusty and like to live." Belle Sconce-' ' A Winner. ' ' Avis Spencer-"An educated n1ai1len." Pauline SJEQIUIICIISOD-iiA11lO, anius, 3,111?1I.M Ruby Gla dy Mary Susie Irene Ruth Sullivan-''Hurrali for the Eineralfl Isle." s Tennant-"I C1OI1,t knowf' Tracy-' ' Neither do I. H Tiniby-"Sure, I1G,S got a ear now." IVillia111s-"Much study is a weariness of the tleshf' lVooster-"An artist of note." A-. 't 111 it ' Caryl IVilli11111s-"I'll go if Stella does." Stella IVright-"I'll go it Caryl doesf' Aim ofthe sophomore representative: c'If you see 21 1101111 above the rift-hit it " Q-y-Q.. --.-,.. ,.,.n,. wwf", ,. r 1. M JA. .-. .-...-.-.4,....--...i.,,. MQW- . V ... F. 1... , . ... limfx- 1-.. ,ne-Q 1.4. E6? 5 ass:- 11,1 kg, - xy Ng I 3 . . . New-www"CGXGT2Q7iG7'iGfN7'QQ7'QQTiLT1IGY'Si-TTRQiYQTiQi2Q' 'QGT1v XGf'QVQQY'QQ5fKQTYG2QKQGT'CG725fQQiRQ ll?-'-'Rl''Ili-7'lQC-TQQBXE if X N Q rr . 15111: -N -XA 77 .- ., ww Q xx NS A V x ' EQ R ,F -A-------55 ----'vw-+ 5xx.W.x.-x..,....g,.x....,..g..x,.x-: .... 3' Q .- x Qs . ' ' ,aw : - A X..m..mx.m.m.m..N.sv..N. .xx..w..m..txx.m...v.Av.av..mxAx.M.Ax,M-..Aw.m..N.,w..w..w. xnxx.smsx.mmm.Ax..AY..N.m.m..mXAWAY.,sv...mw.,Axx.Av..xw..m...Aw..m..N5 Qllawa 1913 President-Margaret Spurrier Secretary and Treasurer-'Wayne Hiekerson CLASS ROLL Emlin Smith Alvin Swanson Mabel Butler Deva Butler Lo Thompson Nellie VVeiser Blanc-he Dowling Roy Barkoff Fern Guthrie Emery Sehlapia Ethel Wyler Mace German Margaret Spurri er Lee Kelley Alta Kirby Portia Parker ' . ...C - i ..-J, , ..........-lu... .f'r-:------- Raymond Bretz Ernest Moffatt Julia Reger VVayne Hiekerson Aurelia Lawhead Marie Bastow Lyle Spencer Gladys Jacobs Ora Barklioff Edna Bowman Claire Gleason Donald Ross Grace Roberts Wairren Hughes Verda Bellamy fi r 1 F I l I i I Y 1 i G L 5 i I l I l Avi P r yy- A w F i 1 rr I Iii v ,J 1? 1, l l 1 f i ll .ip I ,. 'l i f l l l l 1 l ij fl 4 a 1 P l -1 J l 4 I 'I 1 '1 I I W ft 'fi Z 'lg-F 'fl- ! ,uv ,,...i,.. ,. ,a ,l up . YttQv,w..w..Q1'Q1'g..X .xx.IQQIQQ1QQT'QQT'QQi'QQiYLTILTXTQGTQTYQTTICGTYGTTXQTIGTIPQGA w - N-'QGVCGGIFixx?7:57YQYCGQCGTCGIYQYQZRQ1 M. vxQQ7-ll?-77KQTIQ'-'-lv'mum: :r ' ' - X ' ' ' ' ' p I :t..........., rfrfii x NX Q .. ff 79 rg .. NS Q ' 5 xg S Q-S BQ R P .-4 : - 5M.,.t.,..x..,h.5..xK.N,.5..N.,Qi..xxx Q Y- , ., . N- - - N -': - -A SS ax: ...-X5 Q Q S Q Q 3 ' b - - - 'RS xx iv xv tw xv N A X Num...xx,aw..N..w..x..mAx.Ax.Ax.M-..m..w..x..w..w x xxmum.kxwnkx.ax..m.m.m.m.m m..m..Aw..Aw xxx m..xxx.m...m..m..xg Top row: Bastow, Spencer, Jacobs. G Middle row: Barkhoff, Bowman, Gleason, Hall. 'l Bottom row: Ross, Roberts, Hughs, Bellamy, Taylor. Marie Bastow-"Always out for a good timef' Lyle Spencer-'cS'eemls in love with Hannelly's parlor." Gladys Jacobs-"Grand, if you know her." Q Ora Barkhoff-"A league pitcher." HD Edna Bowman-"A modest, quiet lass." Glaire Gleason-"Short, fat, but has a car." Vera Hall-"A girl with an eye for beauty.'7 Donald Ross-"VVhere's my pipe?" Grace Roberts-"A maiden bound to succeed." Vllarren Hughs-"A track man." Verda Bellamy-"Same as Marie B." Leo Taylor-"I Want to go back to the farm." f WT 'fi 'Q I 2m"wtxv'w"s"w'w--w 'vw-Aw-wwxv-W-W-w-W-xx--ywew-w--N--W--.w-W-ww-xx www-w-v'w'wmvw-xwwnw-w-xw-sv-wf- sw--sv-'N . X , W ' . .. ff XX KX? SS . 7 9 :'x-fi? X z rgsfe' "" 17- """" :sf x ., ,Nix X QNX 'fllfjswfhlfililfililff - ,Av..MumAwww.sw.sw..NM.M.M,M-..N..w..N..w.sx .s..sx.sx.sx.sx,sx..m..w.m,sw,,sx w..sx.,m,..sw. xx wus Top roaizvz Smith, Swanson. Middle row: M. Butler, D. Butler, Thompson, Weiser, Dowling. Bottom row: Barkhoi, Guthrie, Schlapia, Wyler, German. Emlin Smith, "Let's go fishingf, K Alvin Swanson-"EXeeedingly meek in spirit." Mabel Butler-"A little flirt." Deva Butler-"Same as Mabel." Lo Thompson-"Wiell, let's have a party." Nellie VVeiser-"I don't knoW.'7 Blanche Dowlong-"Neither do I." Roy Barkhoff-"Pm the guy that put the ball in Fern Guthrie-"I think it 's this Way." Emery Sehlapia-"A Very hard thinker." CSU Ethel Wylerr-"How do I look, girls?" Mace German-"Tall, lean and lankf' baseball L , - ,, KJ, K, , l T I ...nfl . N V Y lk' x"' 'Hx : .. .... - K w - .. rc 79 JL, NA w . , : fa X Q Q S' as N bm N .P ,Q ,.-Q Q XX NXQ .- A NX A 5v.wN..x..,r..5..x.i..,..gwxvqx..iigsfg Q A ,s' SX ., ..-'Xb SAN S Q Q 5 .5 by - shhq -N U K R49 ..... ' SSM--R2-A--N-AN-AN ia,-.fb.1-56.122 ttf.-22.4.:bt.A.s:.1,i,: 'I r l I 7 l l l l l Top row: Spurrier, Kelley. Middle row: Kirby, Parker, Bretz. I 2 Bottom row: Moffatt, Reger, Hickerson, Lavvhead. l E l Margaret Spurrier-'4Right there Wherever she i pu Lee Kelley-Ulf yon know Bill you know -him." Alta Kirby-"Always on the move." 1 Portia Parker-"A jolly good sport." l Raymond Bretz-"A natural born poet." C635 Ernest Moffatt-"You don 'lt say, he. he." Julia Roger-"Brains and beauty combined." VVayne Hiokerson-"Jolly, gay and care-free." y Aurelia Lawhead-"A real basket ball player? I ,I l x I 1 V.. L ,. ...... .M ..-....---.-..-x-.. ...M .........,.,......,.,.. ,.t.... ................... N.. ....... ..... .,... . -..-. ..sN..m,.,..m.,,.. ......... ...N ...................... .. ............... ........,.... 5p"m'xv"xY"s"N"s' W'xv-xv-w-w-xv-xvw-sv-ww-xvw--New-mv-w-wmv xv-xv'xvw-xvw-'m-xvxv-xv'xv-xvxwmv"m"x Av--mv-mv--xw'm"xE K X f ::::::1t:t:: K X A XX S K ff ,, TH -K Ns X S X . .A,,.,,.,, :qw XX N 3 , K A K F S ,-4 : QQ..S,,...g5,S..,,,,:..R.:-T, ....-ew.. 5W,.s.,..s..,W5..xR:.,.,5t.s,.Ni..igg 5 N gs gk 1 AE sys S ss s NS ...,. s 5 Q' - ' ' ' ' :,.........m :Ni-KY..AX,XY..K..N..X .NHNYNAX,AY.vN..N..N..XXXAK.AXNXX.AXM.AY,AY,.N..XwAYMKN AX.KX.KX.RN,GX.BX-NX-.Av--xekmf .RY-.KYHVQYH .AY--XXx..XQ...RY..NQ..x: Gllaum Eizinrg N THE fall of 1914 we came into our first year in the high school. Is seemed at first that we were progressing very rapidly along life 's pathway, but how much nobler and wiser did the upper class men look a.s we came into the great assembly ro-om. And the Prof., as his voice boomed out above our heads seemed like some monarch. But now that we have had a little more experience we are not so verdant and see things more nearly as they really are. The upper class men seem no more than freshmen grown a little and we are really not afraid to smile when the Prof. cracks a very witty joke. We have progressed fairly well in our studies, so we think, and have had our gay, social times along with the rest of the classes. We have had a few parties, a few more picnics and even one cold, damp night we had a weinie roast. T-he weinie roast was the best of all, however, and even the teachers were sick from the effects of too much pop. And now -as our first year in the high school is almost finished we feel th-at we may look back with pride at our mark and although it is not a very large one as yet we hope that by 'cadopting nothing but adapting everything" to be able to be a great Sophomore class next year. ..-. .- . , ,rc - " .- 1' r LITERARY scncug 1 'Ili X XX XGTKXT'XG"ISYGKS-TEYYGT251IQTIGT'CG7'CQTTKGfIC-YIQ7IGTIQTIG' XX XX IG:YGT?Gf'XGT'QQT'QQfTRQfYQ7KGTIQGYYG X N X X IX?-TIXQYTIXQ'-VCX X335 -:zrzzz X . , X - -.ttittittir X , W Q , .. , X 5 X Q X xX X x N xc .X V' 79 Xi ., ,J . s as X' by FY: -N64 5 ---- --XX-vX-L ' XX.Xx.X.X..X..,X.r,5.,X...,,..Q,..,.,Xq...-..-.gig . .S vi .- X . ' ' s--W f ' 'X-':E l -4-N5 ss-Sssix ----- :N EN..S..N..kY.AY.AY..N.K. .NX..N..AY..AX.AY..N..sY.,xY.AXXAX.AN.-XX.sv..AY.AY..N..sY..NV..N..5X.N,.N.,N..S..N'..AX.AX..RY--N.AY.S..N.K..kY..RY...hY..NXX.AV..XXX.K.HAY..Tiuig S A continuation of the history of our organized literary work begun in the first volume of the Ayrian: VV'hen school convened in the fall of 19145 it was thought that to keep the same organized societies, Orio and Montrose, would be advisable. This was approved by the faculty and a part of the students, but the majority of the pupils wanted a change as some people some- times do. So very soon after school had begun in earnest the senior and junior classes went together to secure a petition for a change. A majority was received in a short time and the plans submitted to the faculty for approval. A They soon approved of it and two new societies, one for the girls and one for the boys-were formed. In a few days the two societies organized and chose names. The girls chose "Alcott," the name of the great author, Louisa May Alcott, and the boys "Junto" from the name of the society for the promotion of literary work in Benjamin Franklin's time. The Alcotts gave the first program and in two weeks the Juntos gave their first and so on throughout the school year the programs have been held. These various programs are educational as well as entertaining, being sometimes plays and at other times miscellaneous and the best program of all was given by the Juntos when they tried Raymond Hickerson for attempting to blow up the school building. -- --M-H, ,.....- j ... ,...,g,.,,V7,,., . . - 1 f I V If TYQ'-TX-7YG7'lG7IC3iQ3IQ7'CQ71ICG7TGYKGR - SGT - - w - w - w ' xv- xv -sv - xv ms- xv l H 1915 H X X I X X X X .fini1TF.1Ti'.???:??:.TT.':??.zT??.1i5.:?F,1TE:iiziizz' 11511T?.151s5T.:i?.1T?:.'EY.':f::f Alrnit Svnrivtg ldirst Semester Second Semester Piesident Eva Wood President-Eva Wood Vice Piesident Edna Vifright Vice President Maigaret Spuriier Secietarv Grace Darrow Secretary-Susie Timby Soon our school days will be over Soon We'll mingle with the thro And though life is short and Heetl Time is not too swift for song. So we banded us together With our songs to lighten strife, And the motto We have chosen: "Not for scho-ol but for life." Chorus: With the Alcotts Will be seen True to colors, White and green Though We're in for fun Our Work We'll never shun, S Alcotts of the Mount Ayr High. YELL Zip, boom, bah! Zip, boom, bah! Alcotts! Alcotts! Rah! rah! rah! E x S xv, N 'i, N- ,N y y f , 1 ,, X 7 f I f ,,. f za 1 , 4 if ' I M A f ,if Q, K. MQW, E 4, 0 V , f N, 7 9 x wg Q' ,- , ,. 5 Top row: Wyler, Tennant, Wooster, Wright, I. Williams. Middle row: Tracey, C. Williams, E. Wright, Wallace, Lfo Thompson. Bottom row: Timby, Wood, G. Thompson, King, Hannelly. Top row: E. Beasley, Ballew, Buck, Darrow. Middlle row: Beard, Bennett, R. Beasley, Dille, Denny, D. Butler, M. Butler Bottom row: Holden, Dowling, Goodwin, Clemons, Garard, Flynn. W. A ,,Y,,.,,,,,, Y Y ..,+.,..,., .,,., .. .,.,, . ---- . -.--, f. - 1 2 iff' ', I , ,Q VW fy f . Wg' . tgp, we 5 l t J- , , X, 'F ,em no R, 1 L '..x li 5 . I M , f ...ff 47' Top row: QLeft to rightj Moore, Reger, Main, Long. Middle row: Jagger, Lawhead, Kelsey, Reger, Parker. i Bottom row: Robinson, R. Roberts, P. Roberts, Reger, Lalrd. 4. W P , 931.5 ' E, , W A. , Z. We-, . f-.., M fluff. tix V 5 ... . Top row: Stuck, Jacobs, Strobel, Spencer. Middle low: Hoover, Shroyer, Stranahan, Chance, Sconce. Bottom row: M. Stephenson, Stuck, P. Stephenson, lVyle1', Spurrier. wav N.-NNW. AAwR3.Q3.qG:sR1.is.:3t3::lRZ.Six ....,....,..........,..................................., ,.,.....,...., .............,. . . y X X x . . X X .Ws--.M-W-W-Wmy-wew,w-w-w-w,-M-w-w--s'-w-w-wM-- -111:-1'14:-1':::1'::e1'gs1xs ---H" x - N -1...-.-N.. - 5 t A ff as .S N s Q -'---- U YV X-,Q vsp ' A 5N,.,.,..x..,WQ.,x:.:.,..b..l,., ..... -.---4,15 Y sk Ss f 'J ,..-xB si .9 X s VN X ...wx A. t 5 W, - S XX 'Xf111l1""'E K..9..AX.AX.AX.AX..A.:RusX.. .. XX..N..AY..mXX.AV..N..xY..N..xXXAX.AN.AX.Axx.bx.AY..N..N.AY..kX.AX,AX.N..kX.AX.N--AXAXUNY.-N.AY.S..x KXUAYHAYMAY X.AY,.NXX,N...AV.,AY..S5 v..................,........,.... ...... .. ..... .................................x..,......................,........... .............. ................ ...,.........,...... ..... . . . ..,.............., ...........,...........,... . . . . Junta Svnrirtgi OFFICERS First Semester Second Semester President-Harry Spurrier President-Harry Spurrier Vice President-Ernest Tennant Vice President-Earl Horne Secretary-Murice 'White Secretary-Murice White Chairman of program committee-J. Mel Hickerson ROLL Arthur Keating Cloyde Drake Clive Ketch Ernest Moffatt Raymond Harrold Roger Darrow Everett Galloway Earl Horne John Poor Emlin Smith Raymond Hickerson Warren Hughes Raymond Bretz Wayne Hickerson Lyle Spencer Maurice Tennant Harry Spurrier Mel Hickerson Ernest Tennant John Raymond Murice White Troy Holloway Frank Keating Vere Wallace Dwight Carson Roe Main Charles Simpson X. T. Prentis Todd Evans ... . -..M f- -H1141 ,V 91, rw qs-gffwwzvf '4 ?Z, 1 32,5 X ? sl I ' f Top row: CLeft to rightj Keating, Drake, Ketch. Middle row: Moifatt, Harrold, Darrow, Galloway, Horne, Poor. Bottom row: Smith, R. Hickerson, Hughs, Bretz, W. Hickerson. Top row: Spencer, M. Tennant, Spu1'1'ie1', Hickerson, E. Tennant. Middle row: Reynard, White, Holloway, Keating, VVallace. B-ottom row: Carson, Main, Simpson, Prentis, Evans. - , ..- -.4.,-.. . : x- ' xv - sw - 'Q--w -w - x xv - ss- 'sw QQ -RTYGYQ'-53TIGY'QGfIGT'QG7'QG'CG'fICG7'CG71ICQTIQi'iGTlQT'CG7YGTl? 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Several new organizations have been formed, such as the Girls' Glee Club, Male Quartet and the Mount Ayr High School Band, While the orchestra was organized again this year. All the students have shown an interest in the organizations and have done their duty toward promoting the work. The advancement is due to the excel- lent leadership of the teacher, Miss Vera Hart, who has made the organizations the best and strongest Mount Ayr has ever had. - One of the best organizations is the Girls' Glee Club which was organized last September and which has been doing excellent work. The school has been entertained in chapel and at other times by the Glee Club. The selections which have been used were of high standard and have been appreciated by all. 'K I I 1 Gbrrhvaira Top row: Hickerson, Miss Hart Middle row: Bretz, Haley Galloway Hollowa f Y Bottom Row: Tirnby, White, Spurrier, Main, Hoover 111321112 Qbuariri ,"" .mm ,K l 4 Tennant, bassg Spurrier, baritoneg White, 2d tenorg Rhoades, lst t CBOT I,..a-f- .f.,. ,N .' !'x g. H I 4 i S J I P 4 i n... - 1 -'xvv4svw-w-w'w4w-w-w-.X-'w-w-w--.www--.Nw-w-W-w-w-www W-wwe-xv-w--sv-w--ss--tv--ww -sv' ss sv -xv , N l :::::::::::1: X Y Q gg . -1:1111-33, - -ssxs ss se ., Egg! xx -9 N X H" N35 RX? S N Nxsi : :msc--g:.H ---- 'g--V----r-v-f---'-gs --K--x--v .,...,'..s,:,.,.. '..,,.,t: .... ....,-:N : :c A 3-'Q X Q," -'1 ' ww 5 -x Qc.--1 : Lil, fsgxgk f xx sNSQSWX ,Ir N..m..m..m.w,w..w..N..m -,.:tx.sv..sx..sx.x:,..v.,w.,s..w.M..w..xx.My.sv.sw..x,.w.m,.w..ss.sx.N..sx.sx.N..sx.sx,,m..N.sx: S: N s ysv xxx av , ws xx- Haley Brie - Hick Troy Fat Last but not least comes Mount Ayr's famous High School Band, the greatest of anything of its kind which is now on history. It ills the atmosphere with beeeautifullll, harmonizing, discordant tones and it is guaranteed to move the largest, absolutely the largest, crowd of people anywhere. This band, our band, is the greatest yet and we do not hesitate to say that there can never be found another just like it. First there is Hicky, cornetist so fine, Then Holloway's clarinet comes right in line, Then comes Brie on a big baritone, p And Haley next on a slide trombone. Fat is last on a big bass drum, But after all-the band's not so bum. L' Editor's note: The staff held a lengthy and zealous debate as to -,Whether this should go in the music or joke department but it was finally decided that the boys made tones, therefore it was music, and so you see the band in the music department. 2,f'!-wx"'g 9 44 1 4554 -wi' ' r, - , 5 424' 4,9 -1235 42. 51 ' 1' : 5!3'.,.:-:asf-fff.-' I' A iugzimzvxeai.,ms:45-is-5qwfr4,+ 1-1-slimhaqgg fsiaf "R My FmaQmf'2mmmr Q --1.--0' K M .. .- 'LEEWA' :--w 1' ' 1- 'X 5 1 ugh X JE,W, .yi gqQ! Q5f Q I U xy,-QN 'fC -0- f - A ,,.7' 6 A ' 4 '. 2 I 'f - 1 ' g ' 'ff' fl' .' 015' 15 . Q3 X 5 I lv is xx 1546 as X 4 X7 gif? xkf 21125 . 5 X 5 I XX 91 ' r I A K f'n S? K X s ,Q 'eg xx e!" 4' ' Sr! 1 fi X I' ' ' x I 9: , L 'W I 1 , K TC N V .5 , L 5 5 ' X444 ,A 4 df , 2 f 5:2 Ayn", Eu: f ' ' - QW ,N ' ' W' ,li pi! f X ' 9 - - 5 'R K" 'f v Q Qs. ' I Ga! f 1 151 f,,,f -. .. fi . 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Y" N ' Q 5 X55'isam'Qjgt'-iK"g'f,:r ""'v's'o PA guys.y.x..,x..g.,x.3.,..g.s,.5gi..-14--pix 5 xl111::A X X E ifL15xu5h151gff.lfi,fv, x ' ss.w..ss.AxAw...v..w..w..xxx.xx.M.M.Mx.sv.sx.,m,.w.m. mx.mx.w..sx.sx.sx.sx..m,.x.sx.m. xm..aw...mx... m..sxx.mx,,m,.m.Nfmwwm' Athleiir Aimuriaiiun President-NV. H. Fasold Vice President-Maurice Tennant Secretary-Grace Darrow Treasurer-Gladys Thompson All of the athletics of our school are run under the supervision of our athletic association, which in turn is under the State Athletic association. This makes rather stringent rules at times but they are all for the good of the students and the school. Prof. N. E. Schupbach who Was the boys' athletic coach last year also superintended the girls this year and the result was that We had a Winning girls' team. .M, QZIQ K xx x ,mfQQZQQQQQ1ZQZ2Q1IQ7QG3Q7QG7IQfYQ73ICJTYG77IG5YG'ISIC fQG5lQG5Q5YG7'QG77YGfYQYQTKGTYQYQQQQZQQT-M xi1:7-YQQTQQQNCQWKQYKS :::t:::::i5 K N Q ., ff 9 9 rg ., NAS 5 . ya Q-S BQ R 9 .fe 5 QQ XX .N U E hN-'W--flHx,-M-XM, 5xux.Mx..x.-,x.,5..x,?.X.,Q,..,.,Q.,. uwgggeg : R,...,,.. t, N , , . Mx, 5 1. . ,.: Q Z . .s is Q Sk ,.-Q: Q Q .wg Q S1.x...u.: 2 'mm Y AY .lx.w,lw.,w,,w..w X x..w..m..m.m,,N.Av.,wana,Maxx..w..w,.w..w..w.m.,Ax .m.Ax.xx,xx.N..Ax.m... Xs.m.x..x m..m..mw...m- - ' Eingz' Eaakvi 552111 XX X X XX AX..RXX.AX..AY..xY..Ng Keating, Main, Davis, Gallowa S1 'th y, m1 , Spurrier, Wallace, Schupbach fCoachJ I Frank Keating-Forward Roe Main-Guard 1, U l f 5 e ,,,.... ll' ul 5 3 Burl Davis-Guard and Forward Everett Galloway-Forward Don Smith-Guard E Harry Spurrier-Center Vere Vifallace-Forward I1 l l I l ,... ra-dh'-Q 4 it S, 'C I i 1 l .......,. . ...- ...X ....x.. ......Mm...........,..,1.... ..... ......... .... . ...x...... .....,.,...........................N..........................,........ ............. ..................... 'xv'N"N"w . 'xvxwm'xv'wmv-xv-w'w-ww-xvw-w--N--w'-Av-w-www'w-xv-xv-w-xv-m-xv-w-mv'xv-N'xxv-w-xv-xxvm . --mv-"mv'mv-'xx X f't:::::::::::: x xx Q ff , Q' ,-xo 15 7 xg N 5 ' --M xx A S . Y: , A R x : i.. ..x..v-.....-.EFA Q..,W.,..x..,N.,,gQ:S:.,.S.N X xx :uni ' 5 N N-5 4 X N A X X :NHNYUAX .AYAYUNUN N NY .AX,AY..5Y,.hN.AY,.N..xY..N..xXXAX.AK.,NN.ANN..AY,.NY,,N..xY.AY.,N..AX.AX.RX.BX.ANN..AX.AN..RYw-N.5.5..KX.SYNKY..hY...AY..AXX.AV..NXX,kY..,kY.. Uhr 1914- 1915 Swann Alumni Game ........ Ellston at Mount Ayr . Ellston at Ellston ....... Grant City at Mount Ayr Humeston at Mount Ayr . Diagonal at Mount Ayr . . Bloekton at Mount Ayr . Mount Ayr Opponents 9 ' 10 ...l0 13 ...13 17 ...24 26 H34 0 ...51 5 ...25 8 ,..a-f-.--.. ..- K I 5 E 1 5 I ! V f Q. l I I SQdis-iv-Am-'N-fw-w-w fWN'KeT'QQ7YG5YQ7YS7'iGTYG7'CGfI3'CQ7YG7'CQ7TIC?'IGTTKGTRGTQYYGYGYGCv-w-w-v-w-w--xv-wwwxx--w-xv w-'xv'--il-ilv--XQ-iww:5 X W Q Q r .. . 4.:::t:::::Q't : ' 5 v fi 52 77 N.-S Q -: :Fm xx X9 , i' .N i :gg--Eg.-----:ii ---- if----K-13, -----vw-W A .x.X..s..,s.ss.xE.,..g..s,.5Y..YA53 : Y ss fu xx SQ s .,,. si mm? S..xx..Sx.m. .N..w..w.m . N.xx...xx.m..N..w..w..m ss.M.ss.M-..M..w..s.xv.sw..N..sx.sx.xx.xx.sx.Q..xx.xx..m..w.m.m..sx v..sxx.mx ..w..m..S 5""""""' HEN the basket ball squad responded to the call of the coach they started on that long grind which was to make a name for the team. The men were determined and enthusiastic and with the unrivaled support given them by the Mount Ayr High boosters they made this season a success. Out of the five teams they played they were only forced to tip their hats to two of them. After a few weeks of steady training and hard practice the team arranged a game with Diagonal H. S. The game was "fast and furious," as the result, Mount Ayr 51 to Diagonal 5, shows. A record of the most field goals thrown on our gym floor was made by Spurrier who succeeded in caging fourteen. The next games were with the fast Ellston bunch, one game at home and the other at Ellston. The team lost both of these games, but the games were about as fast as any which have ever been played on the courts. The results were ten to thirteen and fourteen to seventeen. Our next game with Grant City and owing to the fact that no outside m-an could be secured a Grant City man was "on the jobf' The game was cleanly played but the referee became embarrassed in the presence of so many ladies and could not keep his wits together. The game ended in defeat for the home team by a score of twenty-four to twenty-six. Then came our great game with Humeston which resulted in the only shutout game ever witnessed in Mount Ayr. The visitors couldn't find the ball and consequently were beaten by a score of thirty-four to nothing. Last of all and best of all was our great game with that very confident bunch from Blockton, Iowa, U. S. A. Last season we took them to it to the tune of 47 to 4 and this year they expected to literally wipe us off the map but they calculated wrong. They were a pretty husky looking bunch and out- weighed us as a teainbut when it came to working on the floor they simply were not in it at all. Our boys had the game from the beginning but Blockton doggedly hung on with the result that they got eight points while Mount Ayr walked away with twenty-five. We hope that we didn't hurt Blockton's feel- ings in any -way and that we will be able to "clean them up" next year. This game ended our '14-'15 basket ball season. Herels to the team of 1916. 1 I s l f .1 wg TGTQ5 -Yi7'QQ5lQ3'QG'QQ77lGT'iQTCC "CJ ' IQ-7'QG5'QG'QQ71KG'TCGTYIQQTCG''QQTQGVQGTYCTI5Y3'lGf'Q- - Q6 w- -sw we- xx--.W - w- w- xxx- -SG v -sv - -ss - se- -sw - xv 'NE m Q . re as -- X: Q Q Z-twill? X, X xxx ,. . X X X s V9 wi . Ki? -.R ,mw,W . s.,.t.,..s....s..,.. ...AMX--X-x ----sz... Q. X ,A J . -X., Q s as -. ..-Q: sa s .... . ' s f . A N ' :,s........ N -S'-M - :Y e-we-N -N --M --N--M--M-N--N--'Y--N--N -'X-M-M--"X-"'--W-N-N-AF-sN1151GET.pi:1E':.itfit.?11T11'f.'.TT::f.'.iY"X TE1'.?T.1'5Yz1?? Ti':.Ti'.xY1::TH11ii1ziE Girlz' Quaker mall .ff fwf .. ,, .ff -QE? I Thompson, Darrow, R. Beasley, Goodwin, Stuck, Lawhead, E. Beasley, Reger THE TEAM Forwards Gladys Thompson-Always sure at the goal, always there with the ball. Gladys Stuck--Yllatell those long distance goals. Jumping Centers Rhea Beasley-Rather play basket ball than eat. Marie Goodwin-No one has ever outjumped "Goody." Second Centers Aurelia Lawhead-She knows the game all right. Georgia Reger-She can sure get around over the tloor. Guards Grace llarrow-Snappy and accurate. Makes a fine captain. 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Then, by the time the Mount Ayr teams had received practice and were ready to play, only a few games were secured until the roads were in such a condition as to be scarcely traveled at all, and on account of the excellent C. B. 8: Q. railway connections the basket ball season for the Mount Ayr girls closed with only four games with other high schools and two or three interclass games. Even if our team was not tried out much in games with other high schools we think we can truly class it as one of the first in this part of the State. VVe owe this position to our coach, Prof. Schupbach, who has been a dandy good coach, giving the girls a thorough knowledge of basket ball as well as teaching them to play a fast game. The games played by our team this year were spoken of by everyone as being the swiftest games ever played on Mount Ayr's court. VVe must also attribute a goodly share of praise to Mrs. Schupbach, who has a great interest in basket ball and has been at nearly every practice and ably assisted us in learning the game. The girls have taken a greater interest in basket ball this year than ever before and there was scarcely ever a practice without fifteen or twenty girls out. A majority of the team girls are leaving school this year as seniors but with the excellent coaching received and also the excellent material, Mount Ayr ought to put out the best team ever next year. ' Games Played Mount Ayr Opponents 6 Knowlton at Mount Ayr . . . A . . . .15 Ellston at Ellston ........ . 9 9 Grant City at Mount Ayr .. ...ll 9 Grant City at Mount Ayr . . . . .13 9 ..............,........n.. :Q--w-m--m--N-iw-was w-sv-IGS-YQ-YG5YG7YGTYGf'3f"7"' " ' ' ' s N w A w - W - -sv - N- -sv - w - sv - xv - svVTGTYPYGTYGEEEYSYQYIQG7YGYSYSQPX QQ5T'QQQTTXQii'QQTQQiTQg .srrrffifffv , K -X1 - ff V . . , attzzztzzzq ..... 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The other classes stood as follows: Post graduates 31, seniors 30, soph-omores 24, juniors 13. No awards were offered to the winner. The Meet Event First Second Third g Fourth Low Hurdles M. Keating Haley Relay Freshmen Sophomore Seniors Juniors Pole Vault H. Main M. Keating Davis F. Keating 50 yd. Dash M. Keating Haley Davis F. Keating 100 yd. Dash Prentis M. Keating Davis Simpson Broad Jump McAninch M. Keating Harrold Galloway High Hurdles F. Keating M. Keating H. M. Run R. Main Prentis Spurrier Holloway H. M. Walla Prentis Spurrier Carson Smith High Jump McAninch Spurrier M. 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A Narrnw Earapr T WAS late one evening, just after the delayed freight had pulled out of the union switch yards, at Elkville, and was gliding slowly down the long incline to the river, when the young telegraph operator was startled by hearing the telegraph instrument begin a series of clicks to which he was listening in the wildest excitement. And indeed he had good cause for excitement for did the telegram not say that Number 4 had just passed,VVest City at about sixty miles an hour and now had a 'straight run to Elkville and was not the fast mail due in Elkville about the time that Number 4 would arrive? What should he do? Wliat could he do? Must he sit there and see those two engines crash together before his very eyes and he do nothing to save them? No he could not do that. Seizing a red lantern from a near-by hook he lit it and rushed down to the last switch, which he threw over and that would let the fast mail into a siding. Then he set the light down and went back to the office to await the coming of the trains. Finally he heard them coming and rushed out to see if the plan would work. On came the fast mail and on came Number 4 with many passengers. Then i-t seemed that they must surely come together when with a whirl and a grind- ing and squeaking of brakes Number 4 came to a stop and the fast mail slid into the siding. Soon the people were alighting and what did the boy see? Surely it couldn't be, yes it was and with a cry he ran into the hands of his mother, who had been on Number 4 and coming to see her boy. R, O, H, '16, . .: -vi. 1- fx -. X Q f . X -wzf an 1 .1 1 I 1 , i I A I 1 Y l i X xf ' f- 1 A, -u J i , f I 1. iii ,M s'X-21?,Q:1ffZf:Qv,3 'L 'fl "C "?2".:.64 ,,. .....,..........,....Qsqststyx1mtg:Q:QQgg:Gggggaggzqgzggzggg-Rfk.Q3-3:Qg:gtQQ:Qg:tgqtQ3YGxv--Wxv-x --sv---sw--sw-W--xv--N5 :s"m'xv"xv"N''N"s"wA ' xx m sx xx xx . - , X Q Q 'lZZiiZiitQ'! :- -- . . S X . f ,t:t:tt:::::.: 1 X . N Q Q.: ff , - -,,.-5 XTX .X Q ,iv w . 1 2 X X X N X . . X. . s XX X S xg gg X X.. '- - ,,,, ,,,,,,..q. ..... ,.........,,..x.-.-X.-.vs-,Q ' sax' Q ' A x' -'g as A X .Nr s as s s ..-- 1 5 4 s is L Q N X. M Max.sxsx.sNg.??,r??.tET.tX:.T?,:it s,er..s21:: ..:::..r:....r:...:x,.r.i s H- -- -- -- --X -- -f " " " ............................................... .................. Ellyn ilillatnn Efrip One Saturday afternoon, when the clouds w-ere hanging low and the wind was whistling around the corners, the members of the boys' and girls' basket ball teams met at the schoolhouse to begin their eventful trip to Ellston where they were to clean up the teams there. Finally after much worry and fretting the two bobsleds were gotten and the loads started with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stephenson as chaperones and Ralph Wood as referee. The wind blew with such fury that the roads were swept bare in some places, but in others there were deep drifts. At first the kids sang but finally they got so that they could no longer stand the noise and t-he cold together, and as there was no way of getting rid of the cold, they stopped singing and went to cracking exceedingly witty jokes and funny stories with no points whatever. P Finally one team arrived at the destination, and with much groaning the occupants of the sled climbed out and got around the fire where a bright blaze was crackling, and soon felt better and able to play a little ball, but the other load must be waited on. Finally with a swirl and a whirl the team sailed up to the front of the building and that bunch piled out almost frozen stiff except Tommy and Grace who seemed to be quite comfortable. In a short time they were ready to play and went to the old schoolhouse to dress. The rooms were nice and warm, at least they must have been because there were radiators in the rooms and the windows were pulled down tight. It was so cold th at everyone nearly froze, but they didn't quite, and finally after walking through the snow for about a block they arrived at the gym, if gym it might be called. It was a large barn affair, only much colder, and had boards around the sides for the onlookers, and one thing was sure, there were enough onlookers. The place was packed to overflowing and still they kept coming. . Finally after an eternity the games were on and over, with the girls' game a tie, and the boys' of Fillston taking the game by a close score. Then came the long walk to the hotel, after changing clothes in the warm dressing room again, and preparations being made for one load to return home that evening, although a light snow was now falling. The girls who remained in the city stayed with the girls of the Ellston team and some of the boys did the same, but the rest stayed at the hotel. Early the next morning th-e bunch that remained started for home. A light rain .was falling. which froze as soon as it lit, and soon the people were covered with a thin coating of ice, so that they were forced to spe-ak -one-e in a while even though they did not wish to, to keep their faces from freezing. They got to town about noon ready for a feed, and feeling likeethey wanted no more sleds in theirs. but by the next M-ondav all were ready for the trip again but it was never taken, although several other trips were taken across country later. but under more favorable conditions. 5 -'Sf' , E: sew 57755 ig' ZS! .Mix ,Quai f 2 Z 3 Q ' 2? 29 7 ,. 7 NO ff 2 f X fx ,4- xx ,X-fx 1 I I 4 5 I 3 L ll i P I x 1 hx 'Qi w - xv- - xv ' - Q- - w - w - w iG7'QfYG72Q7'QQ7'QQR315'CGTYGYI-1-TYGTCG7'CGYIIGYYGTTICSY'CQYQTYGTYGTYQYTFC?'CG'QGTQQVQGTIQQf2Q55IJ?lCG1YQT' When the sweet spring sun is shining, And the birds are calling, too, Then for all the fields you're pining, And you wish that school was through, And you see the cars go racing With a cloud of dust behind, And you wish that you were facing Toward the creek with hook and line. But then you finally waken From the dreams you love so wellg By the teacher's voice you're shaken, And by the darn class bellg But she never was a man, And of course she does not know Of' the times a feller can Have by dreaming so. O princely bust-kingly heir Of gifts untimely sent- All yours-nor lack anywhere Of draperies toward you lent. Though of yourself you are quite poor . And frail and weak of everything That makes you tall and fair, And stand still, when we sing. Most favored of the busts and small In everything except your glasses, We covet not your oiiice stall, But rather prize our own, in classes. The Prof. gives as but Profs. may do, We count our honors thus, He gave his richest gifts to you, And then gave you to us,- O Riley Bust. sw--.xv avr 6 I E , " 5 0 O., V bagrlf 1 , 'if Q KH -1- E' I v . 7 . nv gl if 2 nf F U was . 1 5 'ff .Q ' .2 v Q- ' if N' I. af Eg 'Q fQJ Q4 ,,,: 351 91,44 'im B 1 ,f a If . ,, 1 . . .....,x..........................................:Ntt..2.Winn..tvxtx-txxx:-x:ysxg--xg-f-gg-gg'-31 , ,,w,,xv,xw xxvk. ,,,,,,,,,,............ ---x---x-----------v , I, . ,. .- 5- xv- ---. -Aw xx xx xx. xx xx xx xx m xx xx Ax xx A w xx m x xxx xx x :"1"'ZZ"'t. .-- x-W x-- - --.x-xxfxx'xx4xx'xx-xx- x v xx xx xx xx sx xs x- - x A s x x N v x X N Q .x xx xx x ........,. , up - . , iitzzzzzrz-"2 11-"3 5 S Nw - 9 7 X .x.Ws V' . 3wN. xs.S.x. xg x 5 Q- N -s xxx.,tx.,,.x..,x..4.x.,..,,.g.x,.X-:...,-:NQZX 5 I Q' SRQ 4541: xx x m m Q. xx A xhxsxm Q xxx fusllllllltixd ' 5 , . . . . . .. . .. .. '..x X. 2. '.. '..x .. ..x X.. 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Wewoka, Oklahoma Bessie Liggett-Kalvey ....,,.. .. Grant Ross fDeceasedj Nannie Rabb-Smith ,,,,,,.,....... Mary Andrews-Guthridge ..... Anna Beard-Lawhead .......... Tousie DeBois, attorney ...... Ada Price-Lee ..............,,....,,,,, Belle Lawhead-Buchanan ..... Fannie Nichol, bookstore ...... Kate Wilkerson-Wight ,,,,,,,,,,,, Olla Beard-Sellards ,,,..,.,,,.,,,,,, Albert Sellards ..........,.....,,...,.., Howard McMaster, merchant Edward Wall, grocer .,,.,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,, Grace Overrocker-Wilson ....... Ora Rider, lawyer ,..,...,.,,,., Lucy Mount, teacher ..... Walter Beall, editor .,.,,,,,,,., John McClurg, teacher ....... Esther Lesan-Hoffman ,,,,,,,,,,,-, ---.,,-,--,' -------- Alice Bastow, milliner ,,,,,,,.,,,, Clarence Dunning CDeceasedJ Minnie Haymond-Neily ......... Etta Ellis-Guyman ..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,.,- George H. Rains, garage proprietor ...,... ................W1lk1nslourg, Pennsylvania ..--.............Mount Ayr, Iowa .............Spokane, Washington Ayr, Iowa .......South McAlister, Oklahoma ......Othello, Washington ...........,.Welda, Kansas ........Mount Ayr, Iowa ......Middletown, New York ....-....Lordsburg, New Mexico Moines, Iowa ....-.....-.....Mob1le, Missouri ........Mount Ayr, Iowa .........Galesburg, Illinois .......Saint Louis, Missouri ........................Phi1ippines .......West Union, Iowa ...........Preston, Idaho Courtenay. North Dakota ........-.......Mount Ayr, Iowa ......San Antonio, Texas .....,.Concordia, Missouri ..........Mount Ayr, Iowa ' Q" w- xv - xv- - v K v ' v 'x x xx xx- - wr w - xv xv- we e -Kiki 7'C7'QQ5'QG7IC-TTIQC ' fCGTTXQ"iG 'CC ''QGTYQ''QC'IQTCQ'YG7'G7'QQT'CG7fYQ7YGTCCTCC we tvttriil xlxxielii 'lr' il i xi . x , X . . . v-N v-'kv-f .xv--Mew--xv-wt A , N as we Q -' --'----- 1: XX X 5 ,gg 3 auwhx..x..,t..x..x.S.,..S..,X.1Y.My-yeh 1 ,AB -S Q S SMS ..... id . x,. ........ ..,., .... . . . . .. - .N ,. , .,.. I. , X X , .X . Q .-rx X .. A S Q X K- Q In--:tl T .11:1'- ' SX 3 ' EinLfjbllillfftlfizfisil, -.f1l,:S..i?....xx.m.,.v..tv,.w.Axx Mau..xx,Mt,s.w..w..N..w..w..x..Ax .mmmAx.ax.w..kx.kx..m..N.m.m., xx.sx..Aw...m vnxxxm. ..w.,m.,x - Lillie Woodmansee .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,..,,., 1891 Roy Sullivan, telephone manager ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Shane Duncan, telegrapher ...,,,,,,,,,,, Mabel Henry fDeceasedJ Otto Horne, farmer .,......,,..... Luther Wall, physician ....... Lloyd Talley, real estate ....., Alta Payne-Shepherd ,,,,........ Jennie Preston-Ha es ..,,.,,,,,...,,, y .................. Cora Dewey QDeceasedJ 1892 Clifford Berkey, proprietor movie show ....... Lizzie I-Iogue-Milligan ..............i................... Gertrude Stephens-Rains ........................... Maud Spence, stenographer ...... Jennie Henry-Faris ........,........ Eva Price-Adams ................ Ann Currie, teacher ............. Sue Johnson-Globe .................. Mamie McMaster-Waugh ...,.. Ralph Merrill ........,.....,,............... Sue Neeley-Lesan ............................. Edith Keller-White QDeceasedJ Maud Talley-Beall ....... 4 ..,........,....,,...... Nellie Mount-Nichols .,.,........................ Nat Rider fDeceasedJ Grace Nye-Burlingame, stenographer Myrtle Baldwin, teacher ..... H. C. Beard, lawyer .......... Cora Kipp-Smith .............,,... Homer A. Fuller, 'lawyer .... Anna Todd, teacher .......... Pearl Roby-Wentz .......l.. Mary Knox-Harvey .... Bernice Holland-Ballou fDeceasedJ Edna Henry fD'eceasedJ Arthur Dunning, farmer ................. Fannie Denney-Higgs, preacher ..... Guy Shrimplin, auto agent ........... Della Evans-Reger ..................... Laura Dunning'-McCoy ..... Stella Clark .....,...........,.,.. Ernest Ewan fDeceasedJ James Soles, architect ............................ Nell Price-Irving ....................................... Walter Berkey, traveling salesman Bert Talley, printer ............................ Frank Everett ....,................................ Eddie Henderson-Campbell ...,... Mamie Hayes-Wadley ............. Anna Burke-Howdle ............... Mass Campbell, mail clerk Etta Rodgers CDeceasedJ 1893 1894 1895 ................ ...........,,..............2 ........Chicago, Illinois ,.......Chicago, Illinois .......Riceville, Iowa .........Mount Ayr, Iowa .,.,.....,....Alief, Texas ..........Winterset, Iowa .,.......Mount Ayr, Iowa ...................Denver, Colorado .........Niagara Falls, New York .......Aberdeen, South Dakota .....,............Mount Ayr, Iowa ...............Mount Ayr, Iowa Reno, Oklahoma .,,......Mount Ayr, Iowa .........Chico, California .........Q....York, Nebraska ................Tarkio, Missouri .........King City, Missouri .............Mount Ayr, Iowa .............West Union, Iowa Centro, California ........Des Moines, Iowa ......Camas, Montana ........Mount Ayr, Iowa ..........Mount Ayr, Iowa ...............Mount Ayr, Iowa .........l.Fort Wayne, Indiana ........Sacramento, California .............Des Moines, Iowa Valley City, North Dakota ...........................Chicago, Illinois ......................Mount Ayr, Iowa .......Wichita, Kansas .........Indianola, Iowa .......,.,...Pella, Iowa .............Juneau, Alaska ............Mount Ayr, Iowa ..................Humeston, Iowa .......Saint Louis, Missouri California ........,,West Liberty, Iowa ..............Maryville, Missouri .........Long Beach, California ..............West Liberty, Iowa E. ' WV' vw . ......f ...............,..............11..TZi..3-QQ:-C3535zjggzggzqgzgg1gg:'QtQg:Qgt'ggfQGTE3'QG7YGfPX3QGYQSYCGRQ - xX ' 'wr A sxe-82337IQQ75KQ'-TSCSVQGQE SKWRQ''XY"N"N"N"Y". 'N"NY'XY'XV'NY"XW'XY'NN NN A XX , , -M hx N S ,::::::::::::: 1 R l whg it ff 'iff Q--Jw' ,Q 5 'M XX mis s 5 - sN,..,,.s..,s..gQg.,..g..s,.EY.,YsQg 3 A SN S Q Q - -S .s N .- ,. x -: ' zsuussn. zazzzz-:A I 5 X 3 N X so ,X W e N N as ss less.N.ss.ss..w--N-M--we N-ex-M-M-N--A-M"m"f:i?.15.zT gztiziffzzii? 1':2TT.:i:1iX11i?i1i5 N J. Everett Smith, Superintendent Saint Joseph, Missouri James W. Beard, mechanic ......----------- ------------------ --h------------------ -----'-- Linden Bement, grocer .......... Martha Irwin, teacher ...... Lulu Jane Villa Lula John George Hickerson, clerk ..... Edith Todd-Hlughes .L ........... Orra Whitaker-Shiller ..... Alice Spence-Ingram ...... Huffman-Houston ..... Chance-Crisco .........., Whitaker, milliner ...... Robinson-Saltzman ..... Smith .,............................. ...........-.Mount Ayr, Iowa ....,......Portland, Oregon ..........New Kirk, Oklahoma .....................Creston, Iowa ...........North Platte, Nebraska Benton Harbor, Michigan Texas York City ..............Des Moines, Iowa .......North Platte, Nebraska ..........Roswell, New Mexico Loule Been ,,,,,,,,--,-,,,.., .................. B 8911, Montana Etta Case-Ferber .... ...... M ount Ayr, Iowa 1897 Earl K. Allyn, farmer ............................. .......,.... ......... M o unt Ayr, Iowa Charles G. Shane, real estate agent ..... ......,.. D urant, Oklahoma Jane E. Teacher, teacher ..................... .................... W ebb, Iowa Edith Lila Bickett, teacher ........,,..... ,,,,,, M arshalltown, Iowa Mary Gorsuch-Brown .......,.... ,.,,.,,..,,,., L amoni, Iowa R0d11ey Berkey, Clerk ........ ........ K ellerton, Iowa Eula V. Entsminger ,,,,,, ,,,--,-.,,,.,,,,- K niffen, Iowa Cherra Currie-Dirks .......... ,,-,,..,, F Ort Worth, Texas Anna Duncan-Beard ,.......,,.., ,,,,,,,, M 4-,unt Ayr, Iowa Ida COlllHS-AShSI1l'11.1I'St ,...... ,,,--- R Ogine, Minnesota Carrie Case-Rogers ,,,.,,,,..., ,,,-,,,,,,,--,--,.,,,--,,,-,,,,,,--,--,-,,-, T ronta, Iowa Boyd R0dg01'S,, carpenter ------ ...................,..........,.... S eattle, Washington H0me1' D- W1'1g'l'1'C -------------- .- ...... Lumber Camp, Cohasset, Minnesota Margaret Gibboney ..... ,,,.,,,,,-,,,,...,,,,.,,,,,,,.,-,,,.,.. M Ount Ayr, Iowa 1898 . J. H. Carter, Superintendent Alice Shriver-Landis ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,,,, ,-,,,,,..,,,-,--.,,-..-,,-,-,,,--- --,,...---,,.. S u uivan, Ohio Sadie Long-Flynn ,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,- John Todd, railroad conductor ..... Ralph Martin, minister ......,,,,,,, Clyde Putman, lawyer ,,,,,,,,,,,,,-, Julia Johnson ....,,,,,.,,,..,,,, Walter Scott, banker ........... Lyle Dunning, dentist ,,,.,,,,,,,, , Edgar Arnett, merchant ,,,,,,.,,,,,,, Floyd Patterson, bookkeeper ,-,..,,,-,,- Owen Schoch, real estate agent ...... Ed Faris, medicine agent .,,,,,,,,,.,,,-,, Clyde Imus, farmer ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. , Corwin Gander, clothing store ...... John Beard fDeceasedJ George Tway ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ,.,,,,,,.,,.,,., .......Mount Ayr, Iowa -.,-.-.Pocatello, Idaho ........................Illinois ..,,..Des Moines, Iowa Oklahoma ...........Mount Ayr, Iowa ..................Ottumwa, Iowa .......Spokane, Washington ............Denver, Colorado .............Moscow, Idaho ..........Lincoln. Nebraska -..,.....................Washington .......Kansas City, Kansas .........Rapid Falls, Idaho wi Eifii .................................... .............. .Q fnfftrffifffsifuilliClin-guxwh .L IPTVxlI:PI:lmiK'l:G'QRS':i37fi"iifiiSi'fifY4i'2PY41'4fY4f'1Gf'4Gfvreifxsfrci1:::f::s1':e1:e1as. W. .141''fit-5':ii"'qif'15ifm1-fs .x.fQx OQf,QL4 M 1915 " ,X,.,x.. . .,.. ..N.. , .... X X 1899 L. H. Maus, Superintendent g1'9.1HRI1te1' ............. .................,.......,....................... ............ ........ M o u nt Ayr, Iowa Gal' V21I1S- 0W9I'1 ..............-....................................... .......,....... .......... W i chita, Kansas I Sl1Sa1'1 SCOtt-Clark ............,,...,.. .,,,,,,,, C harles City, Iowa 'url Charles Turmer fDece-asedl ma Curtis Hass, clerk .................... ........ M ount Ayr, Iowa 5011 Doyle Hadley, merchant ........ ,,,,.,,, S unnyside, Utah 'Ina Nina Saville, merchant ..,......... ,,....,, R edding, Iowa mwa Hugh Bement CDeceasedj ska Edith Calhoun-Schmiere ......... ,,,.,. A ustin, Illinois gan Alice Zwick-Williams .................. .......... ......... A u stin, Texas Kas Jessie Toothaker CD'eceasedJ :ity 1900 BW3, Ross Campbell, physician ........ ...,,,,,,......, ........... M o berly, Missouri Ska Merle Askren, lawyer .......,... .......,,. ,,,,... S e attle, Washington iico Edna McQuigg, bank clerk ...... ...,..i.. lv Iount Ayr, Iowa Dee Case .............................. ................. C offee Missouri ana . ' Mamie Hern ............................... ....................... -- Oklahoma ,Wa Anna Miller-Smith ....................... ....,... P oplar Bluffs, Missouri Marjorie Dowling-Freeland ....... ............... M ount Ayr, Iowa Robert Askren, painter ....,....,. ............ M ount Ayr, Iowa Maud McQuigg ...................... ......... I ..Mount Ayr, Iowa Katherine Hunter, teacher ..... ........ S aint Louis, Missouri W3 Howard Lesan, farmer ........ .......... ......... M o unt Ayr, Iowa mia Gertrude Preston, clerk ............. ......................... .................... ...... D e n ver, Colorado Jwa 1901 Jwa ywa Adam Pickett, Superintendent JW21 Ethel Dunning-Judson .................................,................................... ........ R edfield, Iowa ywa Therma Finley'-Nelson ........ ............. K irkman, Iowa :gas Jessie Shrimplin-Dalton ..... ......... W arsaw, Indiana gwa Nona Finley, teacher ............... ......... M ount Ayr, Iowa gota Carrie Palmer fDeceasedJ ,Wa Fern Critchfield-Spurrier ....... ......... M ount Ayr, Iowa ,ton Minnie Wall-Wall .................. ........ R ockwell City, Iowa Qota Robert Wight, engineer ..,... ........... C hicago, Illinois bwa Clifford Imus .................. ................ W ashington Bertha Beard-Burgess ...... ........ M ondamin, Iowa John Faris CDeceasedJ Nora Talley, printer ...... ........ W est Union, Iowa Clinton Imus .............. ...... ................. W a Shington Mattie Miles-Puckett .... ............. ............ B o ise, Idaho lhio 1902 OWB Ora Anderson ..,.....,,.......... .......... ....... L o s Angeles, California lal10 Anna Lineburg-Gridley ....... ................ P ortland, Oregon nOlS John McCord, miner ................ ........... F alrbanks, Alaska Dwa Florence Snyder-Patterson ...... ...........,.,..... H ampton, Iowa ,mg Jessie Tway-Smith ................. ......... S pringfield, Missouri Wa Ethel Wilkinson-Toombs .........,. ........... D 'es Moines, Iowa gwa Maud Henderson, abstracter ...... ......,. M ount Ayr, Iowa ,mn Karr Lesan, bookkeeper ............... ,...... M adera, California :ado Floy A. Reed, principal H. S. ..... ............. ll! Iount Ayr, Iowa who Lillian Tennant-Petterson .,....... ........ M arshalltown, Iowa Ska Frank Willey, student ..,......... ........ C edar Falls, Iowa iw, Tracy Wilson CDeceasedJ isas lah0 'lv -W -.- 2 :Q.:G1:QI.QQ1-Q5-QgQQ1QQ:Q51'Qg:sQ:QQQQTQQ:iigtygzr-Qguqgrfgt' ZQQTYGTGTRTYGTYGYJXQTYGYGQ--xvxx- xxx--sx-A-M'-Ax--xw-ww:: -xv'v'v"v' " ' - ' Y' . x - x . . 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John Bickett, clerk ............. Willey Calfee, minister ..... Paul Calhoun, minister ........ Roy Castor, fruit grower ...... Lena Dunning-Kirby .......... Laura Hadley, student ....... Sol Miles ....................... Blanche Porter, teacher ..... Jessie Sawyer, teacher ....... Theo Vedder-Evans .......... Helen Baker, teacher .... Verne Billings .............. Howard Calfee ..................... Esther Snyder, teacher ....... Maggie Beard, teacher ............. Perry Ellis ................,,.,,..........,..,.,, George Galloway, bookkeeper .......,. George Malone, insurance agent Joe McQuigg, farmer .........l....... Laura .Poor-Holden ........,..,.......,,,... 1903 1904 1905 Ray Simpson, grocer ........................, .,,,,,..,, Clarence Ream, principal H. S. Bessie Halterman-Corbett ..... Hattie Anderson-All n .........,,,,, Y Mary Burke-Porter ...,,.,..,..,...,,.,,,,,,,, Lulu Carmichael, stenographer ...... Francis Fuller, lawyer .,,,..,..,,,,,,, Orville Fender ...,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, James Gamon, student ........... Charles Henderson, teacher .... Roe Lesan, printer ,,,,,.,,,,,,,, Glen Miles, surveyor ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,. Carrie Norris, teacher M. A. . P S. Ethel Paulm, teacher ........,,...,,,,,,,.,., Pearl Poor-Mapel ....,...,,..A,,.,, Myrtle Parker, teacher .... Elva Thompson, teacher ...... 1906 -.........Haines City, Florida ........Grand Junction, Iowa ............Des Moines, Iowa .......BuiTalo, New York .......BuEalo, New York .........-..Marshalltown, Iowa ............Dupree, South Dakota ........Grand Junction, Colorado Moines, Iowa .............ProVo, Utah ..........Mount Ayr, Iowa ..............D'es Moines, Iowa ...................Mount Ayr, Iowa .,.....Grand Jun-ction, Colorado ....-.................-.Chicago, Illinois ........Opportunity, Washington ................Buffalo, New York ..................Iowa City, Iowa ..................Boise, Idaho ...-.....Marshalltown, Iowa .-.....Tacoma, Washington .......Salt Lake City, Utah ................Grav1ty, Iowa Kansas ........................Dexter, Iowa .......Great Falls, Montana Iowa ...........Mount Ayr, Iowa ..........Creston, Iowa .........GreenIield, Iowa ......Mount Ayr, Iowa ......Cedar Rapids. Iowa ........Tribune, Kansas .......Anthony, Kansas ...................Sheldon, Iowa ...............Mount Ayr, Iowa .......Long Beach, California ........Los Angeles, California .......................Creston, Iowa .............Omaha, Nebraska ........Iowa City, Iowa ......................Canada .........Waukon, Iowa ................Boise, Idaho .......Mount Ayr, Iowa .......Sioux City, Iowa -------------U-........Fairfield, Iowa -------.-----..............Clarinda, Iowa Wimbledon, North Dakota ' xv ' 'wr ' N' ' N- ' N' xv - w- - sv - w - w - sw - w- As - w - W -.v W KG XG v its VACGTIG7YGTCG7lQ5'lG7'CG7'QQ7YG7iCG5fG7'CG7YGTKQTKQTKGTQQGTCQTIQT , Y S sv-' .xx sw ww W assi. 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Wilkerson finished year 2:Clln1t'On Allyn, bank clerk ...,,,..,.,,....,,..,,,,,,,,-,,,,,--,.,,,,,,,,--,,,,,.4,,,-., ,-,,,,,,, ll lount Ayr, Iowa Arla DllHI1l1'1g'-Hall ...................................,.,,.....,,............,,...,,,,..,,,. ,,,,,,,,, O swego, Kansas tHarry Ellis, mechanic ..... ..,,r,.,,,l,,,,.,,.,,,, C enterville, Iowa Susie Finley, teacher ......... ...,...,,.....,,.i...,,,.,.,,. K irkman, Iowa Harry Fuller .......................... ........ A lbuquerque, New Mexico Grant Hayes, grain dealer ....... ............,..,,,.... ll Iount Ayr, Iowa tCharles Horne, lumberman ,............. .............,... ,,.............,,....... R e dding, Iowa Mabel Jones, teacher ............................................... ....,,.. A shly, North Dakota Charles Reger, traveling salesman, furniture ......... ....... L os Angeles, California tWilliam Reger, law student ........................................... ......... S alt Lake City, Utah Paul Spurrier, grocer ........................................................... ............. M ount Ayr, Iowa Mable Snedaker, teacher Mount Ayr public school .....,.. ....... M ount Ayr, Iowa Mae Moore-Ingram ........................................................... ......... M ount Ayr, Iowa e 1909 George P. Koebel, Superintendent Luther Bonham, farmer .........................,..............................,..................... Milan City, Missouri Mamie Ellis-Wheeler .........................,............... ............................ ................... L u cas, Iowa Clarence Hollopeter, P. O. clerk ....... ....... M ount Ayr, Iowa Clara Long-Wilkinson .....,............. ........ M ount Ayr, Iowa Lily Malone-Rush ............... ......... M ount Ayr, Iowa Arlo Moore, farmer ............... ...... M ount Ayr, Iowa Pearl Robinson, teacher ....... ............ B edford, Iowa Howard Snedaker, teacher ............................................ ...... M ount Ayr, Iowa Della Turner, teacher ................................ ' ....................... .............. P isgah, Iowa Florence Tennant, teacher Mount Ayr public school ..... .......... ll Iount Ayr, Iowa Stanton Tennant, printer ............................................... ....... G rundy Center, Iowa Edna Wolf-Haviland ........... ............. .......... A l bany, Missouri 1910 tlClarence Spence, farmer ...... ......... ............. D i agonlal, Iowa Fern Anderson ...................,... ......... M ount Ayr, Iowa Lena Saltznian-Anderson ..... -...-.... M ount Ayr, Iowa Eva Barclay-McClurg ...,.... ..-....-......... C ambria, Iowa Hazel Bastow-Norris ................... ------.--------------- T ingley, Iowa tEarl Beall, in-otorman .................. ....... L Os Angeles, California Ruth Berkey, teacher ........................ ----------.-- B l-1ff3l0, NSW York Ivor Malone, traveling salesman ....... ............ O maha, Nebraska Mary Maxwell, teacher .......................... .......... D iagonal, Iowa Irene Wilkinson-Maloy ......................-............------------------,----- --,------ R edding, Iowa Norborn Crowell, professor university ..............----..----..----..- .-.......... H iram, Ohio Marguerite Hardaway, teacher Mount Ayr public school ..... ....... lv Iount Ayr, Iowa Erland Weld, pharmacist ................----...--------------.--4--------------- ------- R iollland, Iowa -,491 , ,pw A, 1:s'aa':',-,:4...,. ,- -"'t,z..,,.,.:,.....1,.f 27,4 L f -A . A , , . . ,,. T''75"T'TTT''37'iCF'iQ5YSf'l3I3'CG'QQVQSTIilffilffliikiiv -Lv A Q - xv - sw - w - w A xv - N- -sw -xv xv- xw A sv ' xx ., L -..-.....,..- -- ... 3 -N-4-as--sv -xv ss A, 1 ............ X X N Q ' : S S"N"N"N' N N NX XX SX XX vm N'N--MHM-N'-N--N-N'NM-M-M'MN-AY--N--N-M--W X-TX-.TX:PX-55:31:??:ET::f::Y:3iz'E?.'.iY.'S.1:?Xz1i? N 1911 E. T. Shepherd, Superintendent Burrus Beard, student ...,................. ................................ .................. ....... D 9 S M01HeS, Iowa tCl1iford Hlanks, restaurant ...... ....... ............ . . ....... B lOCkt011, IOVKH ..Monmouth, Illinois Lena Ogden, student ...,............... Zoe Spurrier, clerk ................. Carroll Spurrier, printer ....... Lova Thompson, student ...... Frank Wilson, student ........... Lester Wright, bookkeeper Elsie Holloway-Moffatt ......... Rex Lawhead, P. O. clerk ........ ......... Edna Laird-Timby ..,.............. ................ 1912 W. H. Fasold, Superintendent Nellie Cleaver, teacher ...................................................................... Lois Parker, nurse ..................................................... Zella Campbell, deputy county recorder ................ Lora Case ....................................................................... ' blic school ..... Mary Clayton, teacher Mount Ayr pu Bernice Drake-Gray .................................................... Vernon Drake, teacher ..,..................... Asa Huggins, implement dealer ....... Harry Laird, real estate ................ Bessie Long, student ..................... Vera Long-Beall ............... Gladys Lynch, teacher ...... Jennie Maple-Cole ............ William May, student ..... Vesta Merritt, student ....... Vera Merritt-Stephenson ,..... Elma Pierson-Knight ............................................ Ruth Porter, teacher ................. Mary Reger, teacher Mount Ay Don W. Shroyer, drug clerk ............................... i3'fJiii5iiE''5f2ii25'5i'ff... Anna Snethen-Dregan ...................,................ tPerry Stephenson, farmer ..... Cleo Sullivan-Agee ................ Ada Thompson-Slocum ..,... Mae Warrick ...................... Edward Willey ............. ...... Louise Hall, teacher .......... ................ 1913 :l1Fred Stephenson, student ...., ,.....,...,,,,, . Georgia Allyn, student ........ ......,,.. Edna Freeland, teacher ....,...... Harry Hull, student ....,...,..........,....,..,...,....,, Maurice Keating, mail clerk ...................,,.... James Lawhead, deputy county treasurer .,..,.,,.,,,, Isabelle Millsap .......,...........................,.....,...,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Edna Reynard, teacher Mount Ayr public school ...... Jerome Reynolds .......,.......................................,....,..,,,, Blanche Richards, teacher .....,..............,..,.......,..,,,,., Dorothy Ross, student ,...... Marguerite Snedaker ........ Edith Walter, teacher .....,. Mary Wolf-Robinson .....,.. Millard Holden, farmer ...,... .... Mount Ayr, Iowa ............Mount Ayr, Iowa Monmouth, Illinois .... Iowa City, Iowa .......Des Moines, Iowa .........Mount Ayr, Iowa .Mount Ayr, Iowa -...-...-.-.'.-.Mount Ayr, Iowa Mount Ayr, Iowa Clarinda, Iowa .Mount Ayr, Iowa ...Kearney, Nebraska ..........Mount Ayr, Iowa ...........Kellerton, Iowa ......Mount Ayr, Iowa .......Mount Ayr, Iowa Mount Ayr, Iowa ..Indianola, Iowa -mm----A--ngeles, California Los A ...Mount Ayr, Mount Ayr, Indivanola, ....Indianola, Mount Ayr, ....Kellerton, Mount Ayr, ..Mount Ayr, .Mount Ayr, Mount Ayr, .Mount Ayr, .........Benton, .Des Moines, Mount Ayr, Des Moines, Mount Ayr, Des Moines, .........Indianola, Athelstan, Mis Indianola, Keokuk, .......Mount Ayr, ......Mount Ayr, ......Mount Ayr, Des Moines, Mount Ayr, .......Mount Vernon, Mount Ayr, ........Mount Ayr, ........Mount Ayr, ........Mount Ayr, Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa souri Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa gas stiff -.Nix owa owa nois owa owa nois iowa ,owa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa aska Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa ornia Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa gsourl Iowa Iowa , Iowa Iowa , IoW3 Iowa Z Iowa IoW8 ' Iowa ' Iowa , IoW3 ' IoW3 -AwieVN-1:3141':sf':ef1:Q1121'cQ2'Qsftsftef':Qftef1t::f':sffIeiteftef2ef':ef2e1tsf':ei':s:e-Qeftsff:sf2s1:Qe'Q:e1'waceftqeim--at-at as-'-f:c:i'1:Q1'-'cawe-N5 --:::::::::::: I W Q re , 2'--'N ':' . 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Wyler, teacher .... .....Indianola, .....Indianola, ......Tingley, .....Delphas, .....Redding, ,.......Knowlton, .......Kellerton, ..........Indianola, .......Mount Ayr, ...........D'iagonal, ......Mount Ayr, ............Holstein, ......Mount Ayr, ............Redding, ......Des Moines, .........,Kellerton, .......Mount Ayr, Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa ,, ,r i .. -Z iff. Natl ms-r'-Vw..-,-1 rv-mf---Y-:Vg -7- - ' --.-V' -w- --gig r gp 'Y I A -.- . - . ' 1. - .I I .. A , ' , .. I, I. -. ,W A I , I ,V I I A V Q Q Q. Ef 92 A WM W , f - N- K we - - - sw - w - w - w ' -N - -N - W - W W- W - C51572157'SGTTIQT'SJSUIG7'CG7YQ7YG71Q7 xi -XJ XG' -ICSPQG-3XYC37YG7' il? IlQ"IllTT'CQGT'QQ7 -N : fttttttttttttiz - W . r Q :.......... E: be .S 77 ws Q """' T3 if..r:..vx.. .. ' XS S 3 5 Q' Q if i - ' .N S .P N ' - ..x...e..s..x.... UQ.. . Ili..-11.31-N s E M I 1 1 -W . A .EX X, C.,- sb Ts f - 9 5 0 ss s X w.N.w..w.. vnsx tv..sx..M.m...e...v..w...xxss..n.M.M-..sy..xx,..v...v.sem..AxN..sy..seN.N..sx.sx..m..w..w.m..sx.. v. xxx.sxx..sv..w..Q5""""" xx N. . s 17 house. 21 22 22 blank. 23 25 29 30 . 1 2. 3. 4. CALENDAR Septe-mber Inevitable happens. Freshmen have class meeting combined with rough Senior party. Soph class meeting. Freshest freshie takes front seat. Miss Harp says he talks too much. Miss Anderson says the ancient history of MacClemons is almost a Junior class meeting. Speech in chapel. Freshies have a party. Senior-Junior conspiracy. MacO. hasn't any English class. Prof. makes annual announcement that he has nothing to say. October Maurice's lease on the tennis court expires. Everett takes Maurice's place. Harry takes Everettls place. Prof. gives lecture in Mod. His. class on how to raise children. EX- perience is the best teacher. 5. 6. 7. 11 12 13 14 15 23 27 28 and two 30 31. 2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10 11 12 13 Orchestra practice. Neighbors think there is a fire. Serenade by a senior and two juniors. Seniors get cute in English IV. Another Orchestra howl. Gym a swimming pool. Gym a large pond. Gym a lake. ' Organization of literary societies. Hunt party by junior boys. Harry gets his little queen. . Prof. absent from chapel. Junior boys pay debts to junior girls. One junior boy, one soph. boy junior girls wake up in school about 12 o'clock. It doesn't pay. Parties, parties everywhere. - Hallowe 'en. November ' Presentation of bust of Lincoln in behalf of class of 1915 by Hick. Oh, the sweet music-the Victrola is here. Colder. Sophs have skating party-Nit. f Tennis fever almost killed. Still a few polar bears yelling "love all." Prof. promises to see about the gym. Ditto. Ditto. Ditto. First snow. Af 2' ..- ................. .....,...............,.,...........,...............,........,........... ........:t.. t . ......t...,.:QR:QG:3.R. 4-533:131133123-,-ggsgg 5 H x..,x..x,.? ,. ""' HM . .,.. . --TXT' A 2N'-KY-WM-N-WN--N-me-N A-M--NA'M''N'W'-N'-""N'N"N'M .'.'? T.1T?::?i:Ti:'i:'?iz?X1z?h: T1:ii1TT.ri?.'ST.:iT.t??.:?Y::X::XtX1S. GYQSBRIS 16. Manual training boys lay floor in gym. m b 23. Fat goes to Des Moines. . 24. Basketball practice-VVhoop. halt 25. Thanksgiving vacation. OH ' 30. Miss R. says that it seems a long while for that junior class to digest that turkey. December 1. "Get an annual" junior slogan cry. 2. Sammy very quiet. 3. "There are vandals in schoolf' CQuoth Prof.l 4. Forty minutes on world's progress in modern history. 5. Forty minutes talk on morals in Mod. His. class. 6. Forty minutes talk on puppy love in Mod. History Class. , 7. The Mod. History class hears some new NZD ones by Prof. F1111 8. Mod. History class actually recites. 15. Christmas vacation. January 4. Prof. hopes everyone will start out right. 5. VVhitey-f'Please buy an annual." 6. Two freshies seen with new hats. y 7. Brie gets a fur overcoat and immediately it gets warmer. 8. "Old Stars" play H. S. and beat them 10 to 9. 11. One more week until exams. 12. No more chapel except on Fridays. 13. Boy's lit. program. Lecture course. For the particulars please, oh, please ask Hick and 14. , you will probably NZD find out? VVho was it, Hick? 15. Prof. forgets twenty-third psalm in chapel. Basketball with Hacka- dady. We beat the-m 51 to 5. 16 . Bailey. 18 19 20 26 27 28 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 10 Stranny wishes Bailey lived in Mount Ayr instead of Diagonal, Poor Everyone highly elated. Freshies begin to grow leary over studies. Harry S. takes Miss A. to show and gets 95 in Virgil eXam. "Oh, I didn 't do so bad, only failed in three." Everything seems to have gone to sleep. Still sleeping. February 3131 Prof. lays down some law. We! Same as above. Ditto. Some more of the same kind. Once again. Troy H. suggests that we make a volume of Prof's laws. in 15y':2h w,'Y42 I 'KBNE X 5 "ai ..,:-filvfti A t0 digest .l with llaclaa- ngagoual. PW ,g3UL mga. - f1"TTT"GT"GT"G- v we 'G1"73"TNT"T"'7T"5IG7"TC-T''GT''77YG7TKG7'ZGfT'CGiivfwfQ44W-w-wfw-w-w-w-w--sw-w--ss--ss -swwwv-w--xx -X W tv--W--W--w"w2 .sxxxxxxsssx xsxxxxxsxxws s-.xxx . . . . . . . . .Q .......+ . - 3XITlf1f1"N1 K W s ff 77 A w s s f - It .xv VS .-tg: .- xxx ., .5 21---1 xx NS Ns ws hw N P YN --X-:sz E E:1'Xg.,..... ..... ,g,.,.,.......k...B.....,..,.. 3t..,,..N..t,.,..,,...s.5..,..s...,kY---QQQEN 1 -"in 3' .--'x . , s-' f ' s 'zz ii -Nl s Q SX -i ,. xb Q Q .S Q Q g N' 'iIQ..sx..R-,.m.w,.w..w..w v x ,w.,sx,.M.sv ..v...w...w...sx.k.naw.w..M..ss..w,.w.,w w x.sx.n..sx,sxwvsx.sx..m..N.m.m,.sx w,.sx..m...m..xss w xxx w .Av..sv..Nf 12. Game with Grant City. Boys 22-26. Girls 9-11, Grant City Winner in both. 14. Roe Main has a board six inches wide, and wants it only four and a half so he saws three fourths of an inch off each side instead of one and a half on one side. Some man. WANT ADS 1Vanted-More study and less movies.-Prof. Wfanted-Pepper.--Sammy. Lost-A tall young man with glasses. Answers to the name of Lyle. Finder please return to Belle S. and receive her heartfelt thanks. Vtlanted-Some one to bite.-Annual Staff. Found-That Freshies must be protected.-Juniors. NEW FEATURE IN OUR SCHOOL MAY FESTIVAL l All the grades and High School. High School committee: Mary Anderson, Chairman. Anna Owen. . Helen Harp. ' Grade committee: Mabel Snedaker, Chairman. Mary Reger. . . . Bess Beswick. ' The May Queen to be chosen from the senior class. Did you know, inost gentle reader, that we are theproud possessors of a pretty punk production of the poet and philosopher, James VVhitcomb Riley? Vllell we are and fearing that some are yet wholly ignorant of said bust I will endeavor to elucidate. Our most high and honored prof. decided that he wanted us to have some- thing, something that we would treasure in the bottominost depths of our hearts, to remember him by if he should suddenly leave us and so he- sent to a certain "Get-rich-quick" company and had them send a collection of Riley K -1 M -rw -,', ,A K r,,,'gr..-.. .Jan .,., 11. .-+,+:.:..:.ti't I WWsix:istmter2:52413ficf::.fts2:s1':s1xef:ef1zewere1te1'csfcerqsvcertefxrisftsffxeRs-xvW-was w--W--as--was--sENN-W' 1'-'--::,,.,,.:::::t: A R . N S l., ff 79 N S Q S : :N xx me A S xr' X Ngx N..-Q ,A 2 5 QNX....,.......4......,.........., .....a.a.'.,..-.4 N --ss-sw 3:-sf-su 5 ::'-" S' VN s s-'51 X 9" Q X Q W 0 I N iizzzzzzzzzqk I sb 31 -f 2 . X 5 N A X X ggzzlzrazrai -Yum..sx.m.sw,sv..w..v w sw ss.sv..sw..sysw.,.v..w..wusxxss.ss.sysv.sw.sw..s..w.m..sx.sx.sx.ax.sx.sx.mmsx.ss..N..w.sx.g.1S.sm xx..xrkftfsztixllfrxswi buttons to be sold at the small price of ten cents, one dime, one tenth part of a dollar, and when all were sold the money to be returned and the sender to re- ceive a beautiful, half life-size, ivory finish bust of the great poet and philoso- pher, James Whitcomb Riley, and beside that they were to get a beautiful superb oil painting of the old swimmin' hole and a leather bound book of Riley's famous poems. Prof. got the pins but they didn't seem to go very fast, that is not as fast as the prof. thought that they should go, so he held an auction one Friday morning in chapel at which the pins were sold at a great bargain, one for a dime, two for twenty cents and if you bought five all they would cost you was one half dollar. Finally all the pins were sold, the money sent in, and then that long-expected day came, the day that was to make the whole school rejoice -and they did. Oh, it was great. The circular stated that one dollar was to go for the cost of the goods and the other thirteen were to go into a fund for the erection of a fine monument in honor of the great poet in his own home town. Well, as I said before, the goods came, yes, they arrived and the whole school rejoiced. The prof. after a careful search finally found the bust over in one corner of the great box and at the bottom was that wonderful oil painting and last of all was found the leather Call bound book -of poems. Then indeed did prof 's cup of happiness overflow. But- Poor old Riley, he was just about big enough to fit into a waste basket right. The prof. would not present him to the student body, so some of the boys set him on the piano. After that the poor boy served for many purposes. He was abused so much on t'he stage that he was moved to the library. There he served as a paper weight until some hilarious freshmen put a waste basket over his head and labeled it, "DANGEROUS-KEEP AVVAYF' Prof. finally grew tired of having him abused, so he took him into the office and there he sits to this day the joke of the school. CI mean Riley-not Prof.D If the juniors and se-niors who still owe on the class buttons will please call at the office and settle accounts, 'happiness will reign supreme.-Prof, THE CLASS OF 1916 IN 1926 I had sat me down by the fire with a plate of fudge and a bunch of the freshmen 's examination papers to grade, but the fudge was good, the fire was warm and the papers were very dull, so I guess I must have gone to sleep. My dreams were suddenly broken by a brisk tapping at my door. It wasn't a raven that entered at my bidding, but a group of laughing, snow-covered men and women. My eyes were still heavy with sleep and ten years make great changes in people, so is it little wonder I didn't know them all-those "16- ites"? Soon they were all unwrapped and crowded around the fire. Talk drifted from one subject to another but finally came to one that was nearest our hearts, "The class of 1916" f iff' an lol an wa Yo eat but ani for P0' col of otl to a f for abt Spf Hoi n s. mg the ma gre Yo hop she wh Wei hat Vu eat Wow Ira- not me up! hav M01 to I the , .. X155 -'---.... - X of 3 0 re- ilosg- ltiful fkof Q fast riday for a n was then ejoice vas to id for town. school in one ng and ul did basket of ill? rposes. There basket finally rel? he please of the irp wan -p. My 'asuif 3 'ml men ,. great so' 'im' JHHM r liram' mQ7R?lQTQx gifts w ss tQt'QQ7QQ"QQ'iiQ771Q''CQ'ffifl-A'QQ"lQ"fl'7fff"fl77Il''Cf'ffl -N xv-'IQiff'ff7'QQ7':l"iQQI72?7If':Qf7'fQ"Q''slfflv .x .svNilf"IQl"'ev N3 ,,.,7,7,......., K W Q ff h , ......... ...X 1: - s e Q as - s s s Egg. xx N-5 -9 QNX ' " xg R 5 Q xveii g-.M S--H ---- ------ ,,----ww .........,...t....,..x...,.,, .... ...,-fc 3 :- f N Q X sf if X -s .- . " Nhsxsk ' O SNSXSSX--Ji w..sx...v..m,m..w,,x.was .ssax-..ss...ss.w .N..e..w...sx.ss.ss..ss.w..M.M...w..w..w N .s-..N..ss.sx..v..sx.ss..m..s.ss.m..mx.sx .ss-. sv sv awww x3""i"i"" "IVhere are the rest of our class?" I ask. Ferne Kahley, Ruth Johnson and Iowa Reger, aren't they here?', Georgie laughed, "llayen't you heard?" Iowa is teaching school in Oregon, Ruth married a Ilardshell Baptist preacher, and Ferne is in the IVest for her health.', 'tBut Mamie is not here." Then it was Roe's turn to smile. "No, she is too line for our bunch 5 she married a New York banker and Bea IIa11ley married a NVall Street broker, now they are each trying to live higher than the other." That accounts for all the girls but two, "XVhere's Bessie and Bernice?" t'Bessie married a garage keeper and still lives near Mount Ayr, and Bernice is going to college. She 's working for a Ph. D." "Now for the boys," I continued. "No use to ask where Raymond is, poor Sticky! "Hadn,t you heard? It was in yesterday's paper, he was court martialed for helping in the Mexican Revolution. He made the mistake of trying to help the weaker side and a bullet ended his career." "Darn that other paper," growled Harry, "They always get stuff before I do. I'm going to fire that whole crowd of reporters and hire a fresh bunch. They beat me on a dandy item to-day. Barney Horne discovered a new dye and is making his fortune with it. They have quite a write-up to-day about him. Guess I knew about his school days anyway." "Stop your growling. Heck," broke in Fat. "Take off your dark blue specs and talk of something cheerfulf' t'Did you know Murice VVhite- is going to sing with the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York to-morrow night?" t'Birdie King is to be the pianist. Gosh, I'd like to go and hear themf' 'tThat's nothing, Fat," was Murice's modest rejoinder, "Ava is making quite a sensation with her voice, people say that she is going to be the greatest singer of the age." "Oh, Murice-, keep still, you make me bashful. You know some of the other 'kids' have climbed to greater fame than I can hope for. Belle Stranahan is the star in the latest play. You remember when she started in our Alcott plays, don 't you? Belle said that those plays were what awakened her ambitions. "Lucy, how about you? If I remember you were in that first play of ours?" But Lucy just smiiled and kept still for she had attained her ambition-Lucy was married. "Iiet's make everyone else tell what they are doing. Just to start the fun, I'm selling perfume and face powder for a Chicago firm. Oan,t you ladies each buy some? Very best on the market and-" there's no telling when Vere would have stopped if Roe Main IIHCIHNL broken in, "If you are thinking of traveling you'd better take out life insurance with our firm. or even if you're not it would be at good idea. with all the dangers of modern life. Better let me sell you an insurance policy for your house or your stock." "Oh, shut up !" I shouted. "If I had thought I was letting in a. bunch like this, I would have slept on. I don 't want anything you've got to sell. Even a teacher in Mount Ayr High can 't buy stuff from every salesman. "No, sir, Don Smith, I don 't want to buy your book either. I don't want to make you fellows mad, but I get tired of being tormented by a peddler all the time." "Don't be so hard on them." said Arthur, 'tI've got stuff to sell, 'G'QiIQ1:Qiis25YGYQ3T57'QGt:Q-7IlQ3'QGfQ7tIG7:51 IG ISYS TQ 52G:'fQ52Qi:Q5:35RQ:QS2Q5QQG:'QG:Xx - ' ' s xw ' 'Av' ' 'mv ' 'Av ' ' NW ' NY' 'S ENN umm - w E . r N N Q 2 xx N S s S ' 7 7 A 1.-js .,:,:..,.,g,,,,,,,.,X.,.,,w,,,,.,N Q yt.,.x.x..x..,t.4.s.r.,..5..WxY.-Y95.1,- 5 ,-' V x -.A , ' ' gas' e - s - . 3 A 5 S X .F '- NNE Q N S X I D1'f.111'.11i.S 3 ' . . . . , . K . N s mnmug: X too, but I don 't go and hunt folks up, I let them hunt me up. I'm running a hardware store in Des Moines, got some of our class helping me, too. Alice NVyler, step out here, please, ladies and gentlemen, behold my bookkeeper. Mary and Patti are my chief clerks. Changing the subject. though, where's Ferne Garard and Eva VVood? I thought they were here and now I don't see them." t'No," Georgia laughed, 'fYou don't mean 'Garard and NVood?' Both girls were married the other day and are still too lovesick to stay away from their husbands. Dale, I hear you accepted a position in Des Moines West High. Congratulations. VVe'll still be together, for I'm going to teach music there next year, then I'll be marriedf' As they all crowded around to congratulate Georgia, I saw Minnie and with a glad shout brought her forth to find what she had been doing. Minnie was as quiet as usual and expect I never would have found out but Ava volun- teered the information that she had been hired to keep the new Carnegie Library. "I guess Fat's all that hasn't told his achievements, so I'll tell them for him. I-Ie is cartoonist for the 'Des Moines Capital' " The fudge was gone, the hour was late and the crowd left. I couldn't grade papers after that, so I went to bed to dream about the jolliest class that ever went to Mount Ayr-The Class of 1916. C. L. B.-'16. ANNOUNCEMENT Staff for 1916 "AyI'ian." Editor in Chief ............ . .. Clive Ketch. Assistant Editor in Chief .. . . Susie Timby. Assistant Editor in Chief . . . . .... Elma Dille. Business Manager ........... ........ X . T. Prentis. Circulation Manager .......... . . Pauline Stephenson. Assistant Circulation Manager . . ........ John Poor. Athletic Editor, Boys ........ .. . Frank Keating. Athletic Editor, Girls . .. .... Ruth Flynn. Joke Editor ......... .... S tella VVright. Literary Editor .. .. Irene VVilliams. Music Editor . . . . . . Reba Roberts. Art Editor .. .. . Ruth 'Wooster llere's to the 1916 "Ayrian." May it be in every way a success and an honor to the llC2'll' old Mount Ayr High. x IT IS TO LAUGH Isn't it funny that Ilarry S. would just love to go to the kindergarten again ? J' 1 FII- friyr' pen Rus Trii drf HIT W0 mu fi? il Ce l'y DQ 75. rls FII' gh. T9 ucl nie .in- gie 8111 n't hat L. lull. iby. ille. itis. son. nor. mg. inn. ght. HHS. arts. strf. l an yfvll V ' ss - ' N' ' w A N' - w- sw - sv - sw ' xv - w - W - w- -,CA -'-FIITISI 'SHCI 'CQ' ' ICC TCCSTICTIG' YC ' xi 'LS'Cl7'ZG7'CG723'Il-VIC?7YQfIQGYQG7'CG7'QQ XL ll ' ' Il? ' 'ill E -'::::: 1 - X W Q 9 Q , , X N x X X x 5 R56 NA 511.2 XS 5 .,,.,..... is .mx .9 SX . Nqssw-KCI: -""A"""A ""' I5 ""A""'A vs--nv ..., ..X,.. . g .. . ...NZJ 2 f ,YQ N 1 xfk-X5 Us gli: NISXSN J 0 Sslsssrxnfj w xs....w.i11sil:s-:EXsv..w -v,.ss..sx..w...v Av. N. M ss.ss..ss.M-..s.s.sy...v..xw..w max..sx.s-uw..sx.ss.,m..s,sx.m.mx sv sw sw .sm Belle Stranahan-"O, I just love Francis Ford." Claire R.-"I never was lucky." XVayne II.-"I guess Bell Sconce thinks I'm an upper classman!" Bro.-' ' How so ? " XV. H.-"I threw her a kiss a11d she said that all first-class mail had a personal delivery. " In Algebra-"Vera, why didn't you explain that equation?" Vere VV.-"I supposed that you knew that." X. Prentis CAfter the Junior-Soph party.D "In 1813 Caesar marched into Russia with half a. million men." Miss A.-"I-Iarry dispose of your gum." Harry seems to be trying to tie himself in a double knot. Miss A.-"Did you hear? Disposef, etc. Harry-"I did, I swallowed itf' A Miss R.-"Belle S. is going to quit schoolf' Miss O.-"Glory." Q Freshie-"Say, Fat, what made you keep going up on the stage during the trial?" Fat-Cwho hates to be laughed at by freshiej "I was practicing the hun- dred yard dash for the meet this spring." Miss R.-"Don, did you get that reportf, Don-"No, I forgot it." Miss R.-"Well if you think that you are likely to forget it again come around to my room this evening after school -and I'll tell you again so that you won't forget." ' Mary B. in Virgil class.- "As Dido and her sister weep Aneas out the door did creep But he is hindered by the fates From making other golden dates." In Latin class-VVhere the honey there the bee.-Correct. YVhere there is sweetness there you may be stung.-Murice IV. Bea I-I.-4'Cleta, you don't want to turn the boys down around here so much." Cleta B.-"XVell, who said I had." . ..,........,............... .... t ..., ...x.... . .....u...:...,..:,.t..1... iZQzg:'is?iQ"x"w"w"w' xvwmvxv-w-wwv-w-xx-'xv'N-w-xvxv'.w-wMsv-w'w-w-w -xv-xv-xwx w-xv xxx xv xv xv xx xx mx ,,......:ft': W Q .. ff 79 .: kms Q9 51+ suse XX WY .5 .. :xXR..R. 3, X s L::::1::1::-z I 3 X 4 . . . N if"m"M'A"'N"N"""N' ''N"M"M'A""V""''N''NM'M'M"W'Ai1?f.1?i1?X1??l xx 'm.T??.1?T.:TT.?Y.:?1L??:51TS::X:.?T.1?X'ix Mary had a little Drake Most people called him "Quack" But every time she sent him home He'd say, HI'm coming back." '-sv' -Hav--wrav-xxv'm"N: - M... .-. W Q """ . xx.,-s5..x..,x.,5'. s ,,. gnxsty. . X ..m..Av...mw..A w..xv,.xw.,.sv..w..s5 John R. in Geom. class-"The sum of the exterior angles of a polygon made by producing each side in procession is equal to four right angles." Iowa R.-'tWhat did he say when he proposed?" Cleta B.-"He said 'VVilt thou be minefl' And I wiltedf' BRIC SPEAKS This world is dullg It is not brightg Because I never can Get CVVjright. The joke editor may think Till his thinker is sore, But some one will say, "Aw, I've heard that before." NURSERY HYMN S Little Miss Mary Sat in the library Chewing some Spearmint gum. The Prof. stepped in And said, "VVhat a sin, Oh what will this I-I. S. become?" A dillar, a dollar, A nine fifteen scholarg Vtlhat makes you so late to come? "I'll tell you," said he, "It's this way you see, My name is Charlie Simpson." There was a young man named Fat XVho one night went on a spreeg Ile went to a town twelve miles away And clidn't get home until three. There is a young lady named Floy XYhose life will soon be filled with j oy S Q. wifi l'g0l1 fggztqgz. .gzggz I-:t.:t:tt+::.. K W Q U . - s ,. X .. XX we N .9 -' :g::j,5......,.....,: .,.,. .....i,....,, .. ,. 8 Vg Q, X , s X S N 'v xx x- xx w w..N..w. 'xvw xv .v uv -.v W xy-.vw w W M W Mvwws xy-w svxvm-xv wwvw .xv w .ss ,sy wxv - x N M...xx.w .v.N..v..w..u.mum,w.,M..sx..N,.w.wpwnsx,A-..was-..x-..w..sx.sx..xx..A.sx.sx.Ax.w.. llll tell you ,tis this, It all will be Bliss. That's the name of the dear little boy. There is a tall lady named Harp, To beat her you must look sharp, She's so tall. oh, my, She towers to the sky, And she's very fond of the dark. There was a young man named Brio VVho liked to hang round with Hiek, Until Ned got his ear And then, by gar, He'd ride around until he was sick. There was a young man named Ned VVho just before going to bed, Ate very much of a cheese that was Dutch, And when he Woke up he was dead. There is a young lady named Bea NVho likes to go out on a spree. She was with VVhitey one night, And didn't get a bite. She was met at the door by daddy. Sticky he liked Ge-rman Q as .xv- N WR f9j5l" X ,,,,,, .,.,,,.,, Q ,,,. . X X x S .NN N xx AN ss . xv sv And Harry Virgili 5 y But Fat don't like them either one, So he takes Botany. FAVORITE SONGS Harry S.-"My Little Queenf' Elva H.-"Do it Now." Sticky.-"If I Only Had a Girl." Roe M.-"You don't Know Nellie like I do." Brio.-"I'm Afraid to go Home in the Dark." Ernest S.-"I'm in the CXVjright House " Belle S.-"A Little Bit of Lovef, Ruby S.-"XVhen I Dream of Old Erinf, Maurice XV.-"On My Ragtime Violin." Fat.-"The High Cost of Loving". xv'xw"w'v'w'w' xvwv-xv'xvw-www-.s--w-ww-w'w-w--sx--ss---.w-w-w- vw-xvw'-xv-wf-svxvmvmv-w-xvxxv'mv'w:- -xxvwv'-'mv-mvlxv-'m"N3 - "'- ' S -y. ..... ....., f-gzzzxtzttzti - w Q I ,L f Q 5 9 G A N ,Q Q 5 Q5 A W Q X 5 vb . Ap Ag .45 : 1-ffxgik .... ssms..--X--W-A-A-R-Wsus.-.QR--eqsgk g v'--,, Y- ' ' , ..v : - ' -'Q s 52 ' -6 s S S-X1 i ...-'XE QNX S Q S ' : A - . . . . . . . . . v"""" ' Mmm" :S--H--M-MAY-N--NA N-N--NM--N--W-AN-N M-M-MM'-M--N--N--N' X261-.ii-.i?.??I':.TT.:T?::iT::f::?T.1N.:i I'.'.T1'.:Ti1z?TT. T::ETT:iT:.iT.11i?.1tT.E Mary B.-"I don't know what Illl do when I get through school but l'm thinking of going to Drake." Ernest S.-"My motto is always for the CXVlright." Harry S. smokes at the mock trial with a result that he has a smoker's complexion for two days. - Money wanted on: Shaves for Freshies. Bottled beauty for Ruth F. Curling irons for Patti R. Anderson-Latin horror preceded by Virgil. Aw-'Word used by freshies the first day. Alcotts-A band of fair ones. Bang-Sound made by a door when some one gets canned. Basket Ball-Favorite sport of M. A. H. S. Basket Ce. g., waste basketl-Place for notes and chewing gum, some- times used as a cage. Band-A large noise. Bust-Something secured by buttons-Riley. Crazy-Sophomore. Cram-Systematic review used by fussers. Case-Something a senior gets the last six weeks. Crab-Knocker, kicker, one who doesnlt come to a basket ball game. Darn-A byword of junior girls. Coyprighted by Belle S. Den Ce. lion'sD-Proffs office. A Editor-One who tears his hair to please the H. S. in general. Exam-See terrible. Fusser-One who fusses. A junior boy. u Fuss-To quarrel or vice versa. Grades-Something to strive for. A 1 7 4 Crrass-Fresliman family. Fussers delight. Higli-Something very lofty and towering. Bliss Harp. llasse's-Back yard in east end. Very lovely on Friday and Sunday nights. :N,,xv,xv,.xY,.N..N..N..N. XjT'xQT'QQ"QQ":Q'f1Q','ZQTQQ''QQ'fQ."Qf"QQ"QQ"fff Ns- .lf sf ss Q ss ' xv xx -xv xx- 'Avxv".v aw-xv xx-'xv 'sv' Ax X avr .xx ' ,xg M. fgmzzzzseer-,: R S e W S A H ,, Y S Q X .:z:::t:::1"3 gy., XX my ' 9 QM X Y F w' 5' if X X . 3 N X S X X M: : ,e..e...,..X..,...,..s....,..5.....X.. Ygm Y SX H .l-'O Sie 9 is S 5 X , . .,.......... ,. f . - A - Q, ..,, gN..xx..w.,sx. ww, N xv .M...xX.sw ..v.,.v. ev. M ss sem M..M..ss...v..ex..w... s..w..N..s-,..x-.Ax,sx,.m..w,sx.m, x ..sx..:sX..3w. . xv sv sfu-Tinis It--Something everyone thinks they are. Junk-Anything not worth kee iinff-wliiskers. Q C . l A D -lunto-Organization ot fiends. Kill--NVord used at basket ball-"Kill the referee." Money-Something seldom seen. Mix-u -Two fellows making a date with the same 0'irl. D Z1 Nix-Meaning no-see stung. Pep-Short for pepper, manufactured by Fat. Prof.-A man of great renown. Stun -meaning "not to-ni 'ht." I b u Sticker-One whom "stung" has no effect on-Bric. Terror-Semester exams. Think-Not known to sophomores. Vaudeville-See Red, Pete or young Hick. ' YGHOXV-S1'I1OkG1'7S complexion-see Spurrier. Yoodle-Afternoon music class. He-"Generally speaking a Woman is-" She-"Is What? He-' ' Generally speaking. " , 7 7 7 Ode to the Lab. Sing a song of angle Worms. A bottleful of bugs. Rattlesnakes and jelly-fish, And pickled things in jugs NVhen you cut them open You'll soon begin to choke, Outsiders think 'tis funny But it isntt any joke. Miss R., in Civics class when Prof. comes in with a rush-"Alyce, please refrain from reciting until everybody becomes quiet." 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