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

 - Class of 1927

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1927 AYRIAN SENIOR CLASS CfWount Ofyf High Scho I Cfxfount O4yP, low 1927 AYRIAN --:- -2.- ' X FOREWORD To sustain the spirit of Mount Ayr High School that exists in every graduates heart, and to instill in the hearts of those within her Walls the invaluable treasures that no one can describe, is the purpose of this book. If it shall attain these paramount require- ments, its constitutors will feel amply re- Warded. K 1 '1927 AYRIAN -5- -G- DEDICATION To Mr. E. Claire Henderson, the Principal of Mount Ayr High School, in recognition of his sympathetic co-operation and interest, we, the Senior Class, do respectfully dedicate this 1927 Ayrian. 31927 AYRIAN 5- -G- TO M. A. H. S. There stands our school house on the street A foster mother Watching Around her still, the children flock, To duty's call they're marching. Within the teaching force is seen, Pedagogical rules, applying, While boys and girls, with watchful eyes, To pass their notes are trying. In various games with other schools, Our skilled athletes contending, Have many honors nobly Won To our school's glory lending. In future years, Where 'er We roam, New friends and places finding, The Black and Blue Will be a tie, Mount Ayr's Alumni binding. Thelma Richey '27 - 1927 AYRIANW 5- '--- -2 Qrder of Books on fo . -1: ?'+.- .., ,.. f bi :'wvIJil?' A 1 1 N I , 1 U ,J g .2 , L- f x I . Faculty I I . Classes I II . Qrganizations IV. Athletics V. Advertising and Humor 1927 AYRIAN THE STAFF Vaughn Manners --- - - - - -Editor-in-Chief Leland Campbell --- .... Business Manager Naomi Price ..... - .... Literary Editor Marian Williams - Faye Osborne --- Marion White ..... Doris White 5 Merritt Morse ' Rudolph Skarda i Raymond Johnston Orren Willey ...... Fern Bastow ,--... Mary F. Genung- ----Society Editor ----Music Editor ----Music Editor - - ..... Athletic Editor --- .... Circulating Manager ---Humorous Editor --------Art Editor ----Class Sponsor 'C' 'I- Faculty f. if? V 1:5 1!2Q!'?H.Yr'?qjI:I1KR"7!ti1'?!A'4!l!2'E4k'i's'?!5t5Cim!' , f Q 1, v 1f':'2Q'1'1'!vi 5'5" 'if"1' 4, '."b,'7"" 1i1:'Z'wxa-1..'s?1191H.'1Y9'L9km 1927 AYRIAN OWEN HAMERSLY M. Di. State Teachers' College B. A. Nebraska University. Normal Training Subjects. E. CLAIRE HENDERSON B. S. Tarkio College. Graduate Work, I. S. C. Science. l -ll 1927 AYRIAN 'Gi JI' MRS. FLOY R. BLISS ESTHER L- BOYER B. A. Simpson College. B. A. Western Union College. Latin, Social Science. Graduate work, I- S- U- Mathematics and Girls' Physical Education. LINNIE FRANK MARY F. GENUNG G. N. R. N. Battle Creek College. B. A. Coe College. Missouri University. History and Social Science. Physiology and Hygiene. . 1927 AYRIAN -5-C 'N' -F RAYMOND GREENWAY DELIGHT KATER HAKE University of Chicago. B. A. Western Union College. Manual Arts and Physical Mathematics and Girls Physical Education. Education. HELEN HASS MARY HUGHES B. S. Iowa State College Drake University- Columbia University. B. A. 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Football '25, T, T, Ll, '26, ST.-XNLEY HORNIC-Gen 1' ral Fool Hall '25, '26, DORIS J,XClliSON-N, T. Class Play '26, Hiking '26, lCdiLo1'-in-C'l1il-f of T. T. L. '26, '27, li E lTl'l JO l'lNSONfG4'11el'al, R.-XYlVIOND JOT-INSUNA-Gen Class Tl'QLlSlll'C'l' '2 Class 1il'i'SlIlt'll7 '27, Tennis '25, Ayrplaiu Staff '26, Class Play '26, Ayrian Staff, C'i1'el1lati Glen- Club '26, '27, Football '24, '25, '26, ZH. S. Basket Ball '26, Football '24, '25, '26, QNEST RLING-Gem-ral Class T1'GFlSLl1'9l' '2-1, Ayrplaln Staff '25, Football '26, Band and Orclleslra '25, ,VERNON LANTZ-N, T, F001 hall '25, '26, E T. T, L, '26, '27, VATTGTTN MANNERNS-N, T, Class Vice I'1'esirlont '25 Class President '26, Ayrguevs '25, Cla,ss,Play '26, Ayrplain Staff '26, Ayrian Staff, Editor-ilv Pep Commilteo '27, T, T, L, '26, '27, Glee Club '26, Pres, '27, O1'clws,tra '26, '27, 1AZElL INIARSH--N, T. T, T. L, '26, '27, ELIZABETH' GERlVIAN4N. T. ORVTLL E H0l,T1F1N7G te' U era 1, W1-ekly sr-hmml Ss eral cm Mgr 7 Track '24, '25, '26, , K Class Hasket Hall '21, '25, '27, H, S, Basket Hall '25, '27, C2lIlt"llll HAVEN A, KIDNl71Y7G4-nm'a1 Class Basket Ball '24, '25, '27, 1, 26, Chief --!- -3- ?1927 AYRIAN MA RGTARETT Mc-CL-XNLJLESSQN. T. Class Debate '24, Senior' Iflmlitm' of weekly scfllool nvws '27. Declamatory '25, '27. T. T. ll. '26, Pres, '27. :Xyl'f.flIl'l'S '24, '25, '26, '27 NYINNIE Mr1..1.lf:R--N. fr. '1' T I '-15 '-ua ..4.-,-. HA RRY MIl.I,lGANfG L-lwral. Class Play '26, H. S. Yvll Imzulen' '27. H. S. I3ilSkL't B-ill '27. Class Baskrt Ball '14, '26, '27. Tm-nnis '25, Capt. '26, '27. MICRRITT MORSE-N. T. Ayrplain Staff '26. Football '26. Ulass Vim- Prvsident '27. Ayrian Staff '27, Ath. Ed. Tl'2lL'k '25, '36, Capt. '27. H. Basket Ball '26, '27. T. T. I.. '26, '27. Class Baskx-t Ball '24, '25, '27. MIITDRED MOSIIC-R-Gvlleral Cllaritou H. S. '25. FRA NCES MO W RYfGa-usral. Class Baskvt Hall '24, Class Play '26. PAY USBORNIC-N. T. lJUf'12lYUllt0I'Y '2G. Ayrian Staff, Musin Editor '27 Girls Glm-e ulub '26, '27. T. T. L. '26, '27. NAOMI PRICE-N. T. lJt'L'lllIT'l2ltUl'y '25. Class Play '26. .-Xyrian Staff '27, Lil. Ed. Ulass De-hato '26, '27. T. T. L. '26, '27. ,XYl'g'llt'l'S '25, '26. Secy.-Tm-as. '27. Tl-IELMA RICHICY-N. T. Ayrplain Staff '26. Hiking '26, T. T. L. '26, '27. EDWIN R.lCKI+I.R-N. T. T T l '26 V P '27 . .1... . . . T.OI'lSlC ROBINSON-N. T, Glov Club '27. lkmul and fJl'K'lll'Stl'21 '25, '26. T. T. L. '26, '27. C.l,I+IVlG SANFOI-Qld-N. T. Class Play '26. T. T. L. '26, '27. -:- -2- -1927 AYRIAN -2- GLEN SCH,-X-RDENIN-QN. T. Class Basket Ball '27, Foot Ball '26, H. S. Basket Ball '26, '27, T. T. L. '26, '27, Hatfield H. S. '24, '25, VVWNUNA SCOTT-N. T. Ayrguers '26, T. T. L. '?6, '27, Tirlgley H. S. '24, '25, Brush, Colo., 2nd Semester '27, PAUL SHIDLEPR-N, T. T. T, L. '26, '27, RUDOLPH 'SKARDA-Gene-1'a1 Class Play '26, H. S. Basket Ball '26, Tra'k '26, Ayrian Staff "'7, ,,thle'ic Editor. Football '24, '25, Captain '26. NEV.-X SLOAN-N. T. Track '24, T. T. L. '26, '27, H. S. Basket Ball '24, '35, '26, '27, D.-XR.LuIEN S-MITHSON-N. 'l'. Declamatory '26, '27, T. 'l'. L. 'Ll6, '27, l4UL,. STEPHENS-N. T, Class Basket Ball '25, Class Play '26, Hiking '27, T. 'I', L. 26, '27, KENNETH SUlVLMER1SfGeneral Class Play '26, Football '23, '2. '25, '26, Track '24, '25, '26, Basket Ball '24, '25, '26, Capt. '27. MARION XVATTS-General DORIS NVHITE-General Leclamatory '24, Class Play '26, Ayrian Staff '27, Athleiic Editor. Hiking '2Y. Glee Club '26, '27, MARION NVHITE--General Class Vice-Pres. '26, Class Play '26, State Music Contest '26, Ayrian Staff '27, Music Editor, Glee Club '27, Class Basket Hall '25, '27, Declamatory '26, '27. H, S. Basket Ball '26, '27. Ayrguers '26, '27, Band and Orchestra '25, '26, '27, ORREN XVILLEY-Gen eral Ayrguers '24, Track '26, Junior Play '26, Ayrian Staff '27, Humorous Editor H. S. Basket Ball '26, '27, Class Basket Ball '24, '25, '27, A 'I' 'I' MARIAN WILLIAMS--N. T. Class Vice Pres. '24. Ayrplain Staff '26. Class Play '26. Secy. of Ath. Assn. '27. Ayrian Staff '27, Society Editor. Tennis '25, '26. Opereita '25, '27. Drake Debate '25, '26. State Debate Hiking Pres. , . Ulee Club '25, '26, Secy.-Treas. '.7. Ayrguers '24, '25, '26, Pres. '27. '24, '25, '26, '27. 'ze '27 L6 ,.,7 Class Debate LEONA WIMER-N. T. H. S. Basket Ball '27. T. T L. '27. Class Basket Ball '20, '1U6. 1927 AYRIAN' KENNETH VVRIGHT-N. T. Class' Baskft Ball '26. T. T. L. '26, '27. Q SENIOR ORGANIZATION President -----..................... Raymond Johnston Vice President ....................,.-.., Merritt Morse Secretary and Treasurer ............... Leland Campbell Sponsor ........................... Miss Mary Genung Q Class Colors ............. Lavender and White Class Flower .............. Lily of the Valley Class Motto .............. "Deeds Not Words" Q iCLASS YELL- We are Ai - ai - ai aikus Nobody like us the class of twenty-seven Always winning Always grinning Always feeling fine. 'T 'S' 1927 AYRIAN- -'-:- ' -2 HISTORY OF THE CLASS OF 1927 Long, long ago, away back in 1913, four eager boys, namely: Orren Willey, Stanley Horne, Leland Campbell and Vaughn Manners, and one tiny girl, Marian Williams, with fifty other little boys and girls trudged along our way to the school house for the first time. Our purpose was to begin our education, Bess Beswick met us with a smile, and it was she, who helped us to endure our first year at school while we were trying to learn a few new things. During the year fourteen of the fifty-five were dropped and at the end of the year eight more left us. At the beginning of the second year. twenty-one new pupils entered bringing our number back to fifty-five. A few days later we were joined by Margaret McCandless. Under the guidance of Blanch Good, we learned a few essentials and spent a most enjoyable year. That year we lost eleven but during the summer nine little boys and girls had heard of this good bunch and came to join us in the second grade. One of these was Doris White who is still a member of the class of 1927. During that year nine of the group moved away and the rest of us under Miss Gladys Lynch struggled thru the second grade. ' Miss Carson was our third grade teacher and we all enjoyed the year very much. At the beginning of the next year our number reached fifty-three. Neva Sloan and Lois Combs joined us that year. That year twenty of our group were dropped but the rest of us remained loyal and by our good at- tendance won a half holiday. Our teacher was Miss Elma Ballew who en- joyed our good times as much as we did and it was she, who gave us our first experience in taking examinations. The next year our attendance was forty-three but twelve left us dur- ing the year. Miss Beatrice Hanley was the fifth grade teacher and she made the year very interesting and enjoyable for us. Mrs. Ada Rhoades was our teacher in the sixth grade. Only thirty- four entered at the first of the year and six of those soon left. The rest of us worked hard and attended school regularly, for which we received two half holidays. Mrs. Rhoades was always ready for some picnics with us and we had some very happy times. Our career as seventh graders started with a bang. The first day at school, we greeted the new members, among whom were Harry Milligan, Leland Campbell and Stanley Horne. The last two mentioned had been with us before but had moved to the country. Our teachers were Mrs. Phelps, Miss Nelson and Miss Landis, the latter being our class sponsor. The next year we found that some of our classmates were missing, but there were some new ones present. They were Sloan Coverdell and Haven Kidney. It was in that grade that order and discipline were taught us by the use of rubber tubes and switches. Under the supervision of Mrs. Phelps, Miss Johnstone and Mrs. Sheesley we struggled thru history, geography and civics. After these nine long years we were supposed to have mastered the common school subjects and were ready to enter high school. '1927 AYRIAN' -C' " -Q- As Freshmen we ,gathered in the auditorium on the third day of September, 1923 for our first day in high school. It made us feel funny to be called 'greenies' and to have upper classmen clap us in and out, so we found an unoccupied corner of the room and assembled there. We passed safely thru the days of initiation and were soon accustomed to our new surroundings. There were a great number of new faces that year, namely, Jerald and Cleora Armstrong, Clayton Bagley, Roy Baker, Marie and Velma Blair, Effie Campbell, Irene,Waive and Nona Cole, Elizabeth German, Nellie Hacker, Orval Hollen, Ruby Humphreys, Doris Jackson, Ernest Kling, Glen Kreamier, Vernon Lantz, Vernon Long, Gordon Main, Hazel Marsh, Orrina McDowell, Winnie Miller, Raymond Minnick, Mildred Mosier, Fay Osborne, Naomi Price. Geraldine Reynolds, Edwin Ricker, Thelma Richey, Louise Robinson, Rudolph Skarda, Cleve Sanford, Darlien Smithson, Lola Stephens, Loren Stringham, Kenneth Summers, Ora Wal- ters, Marion Watts, Wanda and Wylma Woods, Kenneth Wright, Helen and Dorothy Wasner and Lawrence Johnston. In the middle of the year a former member of our class, Kathlene Crawford came back, so we had a total of seventy-one members and with this number of enthusiastic stud- ents we held our first class meeting. The following officers were elected: President, Fern Bastowg Vice Pres., Marian Williams, Secy.-Treas., Ernest Klingg Miss Timby, Sponsor. That year was filled with numerous parties and picnics which we will not forget soon, especially the picnic which we held north of town in honor of Supt. Lee Jones, who was leaving us that year. That year we didn't get very far in football, basket ball or track, but were well repre- sented in them and all other school activities. Then came the day when we received our report cards showing us that we were no longer Freshies, but Sophomores. We thought we could look down upon the greenies and help initiate them. We didn't have that pleasure, though, for Mr. Hamersly said "absolutely no initiation." On the first day of our Sophomore year we were joined by Victor Dalbey, Jim Thompson, Marion White and Georgia Skinner. That year was noted for the advancement made by the class in school affairs, such as athletics and social life. Our team won second place in the inter-class track meet and basket ball games. Four of our members were on the football teams which with their aid made a very good record. Our offi- cers that year were: Pres., Gordon Rossg Vice Pres., Vaughn Manners, Secy-Treas., Raymond Johnston. Sponsor, Mr. Stewart. Our third year in high school, our class numbered fifty-seven, because Mildred Mosier, Merle Thompkins and Glen Schardien had joined us. Dur- ing that year several members were on the foot ball team. Our boy's and girl's basket ball teams won the inter-class meets. We had eleven men on the H. S. basket ball squad, four girls on the team and several men on the track team. We were well represented in all high school activities. The chief features of our Junior year were the Junior-Sophomore party, the Junior play, "A College Town," and the J unior-Senior banquet. All these were successful undertakings, due to Miss Genung's untiring efforts to make things work out for us. Our officers that year were: Pres., Vaughn 1927 AYRIAN --+ -5- Mannersg Vice Pres., Marion White, Secy.-Treas., Dorothy Wasnerg Spon- sor, Miss Genung. In the fourth year of our high school life We are beginning to realize how fast time flies. Nevertheless, the Seniors have succeeded in doing many things. On December 4 we held a very successful carnival which furnished entertainment and the finances necessary to make this Ayrian a success. We are proud of our athletic honors, for our class won the inter-class basket ball tournament and has six men on the high school basket ball squad. We were Well represented on the football team. Ru- dolph Skarda and Raymond Johnston received honorable mention on the Register's All-State team. In declamatory, Darlien Smithson Won first over all and Marion White, first in Oratorical. Marian Williams is on the state debate team. The class officers for the Senior year are: Pres., Raymond Johnston, Vice Pres., Merritt Morseg Secy.-Treas., Leland Campbell. Sponsor, Miss Genung. We feel that the Commencement events will close a very happy and successful year for the class of 1927. -Orren Willey '27. i CLASS SONG "We Love Our Mount Ayr High" 1Tune of "I Love the College Girls"J We love our Mount Ayr High, We love our Mount Ayr High, We'll say We do. Our Class remarkable And intellectual Nineteen twenty-seven. Lavender and White are ours, Deeds not words our motto is, We try to please- To Mount Ayr High We're true, In what 'er We do, No one denies-We've many a football star And our girls are known afar For what they do- We don't doubt it, and you know about it too, Rah! Rah! Rah! Sis! Boom! Bah! Oh please don't 'er forget We love our Mount Ayr High. --Ferne Bastovv, Faye Osborne '27. 31927 AYRIAN CLASSPOEM Down the rocky road of knowledge, Over many a pleasant mile, Trudge a modern band of Pilgrims With a frequent of frown or smile. With the faces toward the Mecca Of our Graduation Day, Fifty strong we march, though Some have left us on our way. O'er us stream our colors Of Lavender and White. In our hands our favorite flower Lilies of the Valley, slight, "Deeds, not Words" our motto Is formed in every heart And the talent of our members Encompasses each known art. Now we introduce each pilgrim And our motives, as you'll see Following alphabetical order Down the line from A to Z. A is for all the Senior mass B stands, we know, for the very best class, C is for Cleora, sweet little miss Will not even give a good-night kiss. C is for Cleve our fair haired shiek, Who goes about with his boots 'a-squeek' D is for Doris Jackson who you all may know Thinks Everett Sutherland is sure some beau. D' is for Doris White a hater of man And Darlien Smithson who is great in declam. E is for Edwin a lover of girls, He surely has fallen for Louise's curls. Elizabeth German, so quiet is she, Effie Campbell who laughs eternally, And Ernest Kling who can make his Saxaphone F is for Fern who can beautifully sing, Fay Osborne a smile she imparts, And Frances Mowry a smasher of hearts. G is for Glen who must unceasingly speak, H is for Hazel who adores Homer but not Greek, Also for Harry our yell leading man And Haven Kidney, a foot ball fan. I is for a letter we must leave out. J is for Jerald who none could doubt. K is for Kenneth our little Tom Thumb, And Keith Johnson who always has fun, Or Kenneth Summers our athletic sport. L is for Lois also one of that sort, 'Q' 4' ring '1927 AYRIAN 3- JC- Or Lola who always gets home very late And Leona Wimer who plays basket ball first rate, Leland Campbell, an interested worker, And Louise Robinson who is never a shirker. M for Marian Williams a lover of debate, And Marion White who isn't out late, Also Margaret McCandless who continuously giggles And Marion Watts who never gets tickled, Merritt Morse our great track man, Marie Blair another basket ball fan, And Mildred Mosier with golden locks. N is for Neva who never stops, Nona Cole our demoure little maid, Nellie Hacker who is never afraid, And Naomi Price a light haired miss, Who when helping others is in perfect bliss. O is for Orville Hollen who is too slow to catch cold, And Orren Willey who is small but bold. P is for Paul our pessimist, R is for Roy our optimist, Also for Raymond who fills the president's chair, And Rudolph who gives his opponents a scare. S is for Stanley, a regular tease, A And Sloan Coverdell who sleeps at ease. T is for Thelma, a good student is she. U is for ultimate fame some may see. V is for Vernon quiet though not meek, . Also for Victor Dalbey who believes he is a 'shiekf And Vaugh Manners who always succeeds. W is for Winnie who no marcel needs, And Waive Cole known for snappy replies. X stands for the unknown which before us lies. Y for years in High School spent. Z for the zenith toward which our hopes are bent. And now that our goal is almost reached, And our journey's end in sight, We cast some backward glances At our school days rapid flight. We realize how dear to us our Alma Mater is, And each one of our sterling band Resolves to do his best, when we are scattered, For in all walks of life, With strong determination, and a will to win each strife, Weill hitch our Wagon to the highest star in heaven, And make our High School justly proud of the class of '27, -Thelma Richey '27 I -' -: 1927 AYRIAN -:-c -:- .- CLASS WILL We, the class of 1927 of Mt. Ayr H. S. being of sound mind and body do hereby make, publish, and declare this to be our last will and testimony. Realizing that we are about to depart from this school and realizing the uncertainty of this frail and transitory life, do wish to dispose of our few possessions that we may have accumu- lated honestly or otherwise during our pursuit of knowledge. We do bequeath the following mentioned property to-wit: Article I. I, Jerald Armstrong, do bequeath to anyone needing refreshments during the school hours, all my love for chewing gum. Article II. I, Cleora Armstrong, do leave to any of the boys my shiek bob. Article III. I, Fern Bastow, do leave and bequeath to Theresa Reynolds my vamping abilities. Article IV. I, Roy Baker, do give to Mildred Kitselman the art of blushing. Article V. We, Effie Campbell and Margaret McCandless, donate our giggles to anyone who wishes to disturb the peace. Article VI. I, Leland Campbell, bequeath my position as candy salesman to any Junior who wishes to feed the Physics class. Article VII. I, Nona Cole, do leave to Edna Dowling, my boisterous laugh. Article VIII. I, Waive Cole, do present to Versye Caldwell my book, "How to Manage a Husband." Article IX. I, Victor Dalbey, do leave to Orlan Mapel my ponies provided he does not ride them too hard. Article X. I, Elizabeth German, donate free of charge to Lodema Bennett, my flapper ways. Article XI. I, Darlien Smithson, leave to Ma1'garet Beard all my paint and my compact. Article XII. I, Nellie Hacker do leave and bequeath to Gladys Calhoun, my tender coyness and playful ways. Article XIII. I, Orville Hollen, leave to the tender care of Robert Buck, every ounce of my love for Bernadine Downie. Article XIV. I, Stanley Horne, do bequeath to Luther Beymer, one barrel of highly explosive babble. Article XV. I, Doris Jackson, do leave to Wylma Kelly, my book on how to reduce. Article XVI. I, Raymond Johnston. leave my marcel to be sold, given away or put in the ash heap sometime not earlier than 1963. Article XVII. We, the Senior class of 1927 could not induce Haven Kidney and Keith Johnston to surrender any of their sterling qualities. Article XVIII. I, Ernest Kling leave to any broken-hearted under classman, my art of writing love letters, so they may express their feelings. Article XIX. We, Fay Osborne and Vernon Lantz do bequeath to Mildred Kitsel- man and Herbert Summers the rolling pin now in our possession. Please handle it with care as it has had rough usage. Article XX. I, Vaughn Manners, do donate C. O. D. to Clair Willey, all the assort- ed parts of my motorcycle, so that the grand art of puttering around may not perish from this school. Article XXI. I, Harry Milligan do bequeath to Joe Robinson, my wicked ways for I know that Joe is such an angel that he needs some pep. Article XXII. I, Hazel Marsh will relinquish my place at the top of the list of those spoken for, to anyone, upon a thirty day notice. Article XXIII. I, Mildred Mosier do give to Dorothy Lovely, my peroxide blonde. Article XXIV. I, Frances Mowry do bequeath to Myrtle Kaster, my faculty for getting dates. Article XXV. I, Merritt Morse, donate nothing. fWe could not get him to re- linquish his claim on Katherine L. Signed Committeej -2 -I '1927 AYRIAN -2- -2- Article XXVI. We, Naomi Price and Marian Williams present to anyone who needs it our stand in with the faculty. Article XXVII. I, Edwin Ricker do leave and bequeath to Clair Davis my ability to toddle. Article XXVIII. I, Thelma Richey, do bequeath to Velma Hacker all my intel- lectual ability. Article XXIX. I, Marion White, do donate without obligation to anyone who can duplicate it, my musical ability. Article XXX. I, Glen Schardien, do present to Luther Hickerson my gift of gab. Warning-Do not use it as I did for it is a deportment killer. Article XXXI. I, Marion Watts, do leave to Lorene Bagley, my dimples and innocent baby smile. Article XXXII. I, Louise Robinson, do leave to Genevieve Lockwood, my naturally H?" curly hair. Article XXXIII. I, Cleve Sanford, do bequeath my leather heals to anyone who wishes to attract attention. , Article XXXIV. I, Sloan Coverdell do leave my formula for perpetual sleep as an inspiration for all students who have to burn midnight oil. Article XXXV. I, Kenneth Summers most obligingly donate my temperamental mood to John Dowling. Article XXXVI. I, Paul Shidler give my skeptical nature to Matthew Bevington. Article XXXVII. I, Neva Sloan leave my set of false teeth to Herbert Summers so that he may improve his rag chewing abilities. Article XXXVIII. I, Rudolph Skarda, do bequeath to Charles Lesan, my book, 'tEat and Grow Big." It is hoped that Charles will heed the advice given in this book. Article XXXIX. I, Lola Stephens, do present to Lucille Lucas, my 629,222 wo1'n out powder puffs. ' Article XL. I, Leona Winier do bequeath my height to Doris Schardein. I hope that she will use this to a good advantage. S .Article XLI. I, Kenneth Wright do leave and bequeath my playfulness to James tan ey. Article XLII. I, Orren Willey, resign in favor of George Farmer as head draft clerk. Article XLIII. I, Winnie Miller present my bashfulness to Maurine Fisher. 1. Article XLIV. I, Doris White bequeath my charming mannerisms to Mona Trul- inger. Article XLV. I, Lois Combs bequeath my basket ball ability to anyone who will devote his interests to M. A. H. S. In witness hereof we have hereunto set our hands and seal, this eighth day of March, 1927. QSignedJ CLASS OF 1927 Miss Ima Senior Witnesses. Q IMQMHEOO k Tillie the Toiler By Lewis and Lewis fAttorneys at Lawb -Merrit Morse '2'7. 1927 AYRIAN COMMENCEMENT EVENTS 1927 SENIOR DAY - MAY, 1927 PROGRAM Selections by the Senior Orchestra Plano Solo ........................ ................... N ona Cole Reading ...... Piano Duet --- Vocal Solo .... Class Will ........ Trombone Solo .... Class Poem ,...... Musical Reading .... ----------------Darl1en Smithson -----Faye Osborne, Winnie Miller ------------------Fern Bastow -----Merritt Morse and Assistants --------------Vaughn Manners --------------Thelma Richey - - - - -Margaret McCandless Selections ........ .................... S enior Girls' Sextette Violin Solo ........ ............................. M arion White In an English Park .......... Frances Mowry, Roy Baker, Glen Schardein Selections .................................... Senior Boy's Quintette Presentation of Senior Gift to School ..... Raymond Johnston, Class Pres Class Song Distribution of 1927 Ayrian .......... Vaughn Manners, Editor in Chief l BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Methodist Church - May 22, 1927 Address-"What God Expects of Us", Rev. Jay Kirkendall Music by the High School Glee Clubs Ushers for Seniors Ellen Virginia Wilson Reed Bliss Mary Denhart Warren Greenway Junior Ushers Anna White Margaret Beard Lyndon Price George Farmer Mary Allyn Versye Caldwell Aldin Shidler Clair Davis l 1 A SENIOR PLAY High School Auditorium - May 24, 1927 COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM High School Auditorium May 26, 1927 l: 1 CLASS HONOR ROLL Thelma Richey Vaughn Manners Merritt Morse Marian Williams Rudolph Skarda Naomi Price Cleora Armstrong ,Doris Jackson Orren Willey Lola Stephens 'G' 'F 1927 AYRIAN' -5- JUNIOR ORGANIZATION President ...... .... M ary Allyn Vice President --- ..... Orlan Mapel Secretary ...... ..... A nna White Treasurer -- .... Versye Caldwell Sponsor --- .... Miss Ruby Neill Colors --- ............... Green and White CLASS ROLL Allyn, Mary Mapel, Orlan Austin, Lucille Bagley, Lorene Bartley, Mabel Bastow, Charles Beard, Margaret Bellamy, Lola Bennett, Lodema Beymer, Luther Bowman, Iowa Buck, Robert Burnside, Fern Cabaret, Frances Cain, Clemen Caldwell, Versye Campbell, Ferne Davis, Clair Dinkel, Mary Dowling, Edna Downie, Bernadine Farmer, George Ferber, Ruth Fisher, Maurine Foreman, Crystal Funkhouser, Chrystal Gebhardt, Margaret Hudson, Vernice Irving, Lowell Jennings, Lucinda Kaster, Myrtle Kelley, Wylma Knight, Leila Lay, Wilbur Lown, Mildred Mainard, Blanche McAninch, Pauline McFarland, Maxine McGhee, Kenneth Miller, Lee Murphy, Verle Perkins, Dale Pine, Jessie Price, Lynden Pritchard, Esther Reynard, Paul Reynolds, Edna Robinson, Joseph Roe, Bernita Roe, Pauline Rogers, Olyn Sackett, Alden Saltzman, Dola Saltzman, Gertrude Sawyer, Eva ' Sheil, Linn Sheldon, Blanche Sheppard, Jean Shidler, Alden Sloan, Kenneth Snethen, Dorothy Spencer, Arzelle Swank, Galen Taylor, Lynden Todd, Louise Thompkins, Lila White, Anna Willey, Clair Wimer, Irene 1927 AYRIAN CLASSOF1929 91927 AYRIAN -21 3 -L CLASS OF 1929 SOPHOMORE PROPOSITION, MCMXXIX Problem: To construct a Sophomore Class 100 percent perfect in M. A. H. S. consisting of one freshman, one junior and one senior class. Given: The Mt. Ayr High School. Required: To construct a perfect Sophomore class in M. A. H. S. Construction: Select 67 students and organize a Sophomore class. Consider the wholesome humility of the freshmen No. 1930. Observe the traditional ignorance of the juniors No. 1928. Avoid the unwonted hauti- ness of the seniors No. 1927. Summon the faculty for infrequent disci- pline. HYP. Then, the Sophomore class is the desired class. Q. E. D. Proof: Suppose the Sophomore class to be composed of perfect parts. HYP. For: Herbert Summers, Jesse Reynolds, Ralph Long, Oma Dicker-- son, Orpha Combs, Edythe Clayton-Perfect Athletes. Axiom 9. And: Gladys Calhoun, Charles Lesan, Katherine Liggett-Perfect Debaters. Moreover: Chas. Lesan, Jack Dalbey, Fred Trimble, Keith Rogers, Thel- ma Lown, Harrison Link, Katherine Liggett, Mildred Kitselman-Perfect Musicians. Axiom 5. Then: Evan Kling, Mary Palmer, Edythe Clay- ton, Audrey Richey-Perfect Students. Post. I. Inlike manner: Evan Kling, Matthew Bevington, Aubrey Williams-Perfect Collar Ads. Post 2. Also: Katherine Liggett, Gma Dickerson, Herbert Summers, Ned Dowl- ing, John Dowling, Edythe Clayton-Perfect Cut-ups. And: Mildred Kitselman, Orpha Combs-Perfect Flappers, HYP. Furthermore: Each and all of the following: Wilbur Blake, Keith Cole, Japp Dalbey, Velma Hacker, Mary Horne, Doris Schardein, Doris Swank, George Young, Ollie Kimball, Loren Rush, Margaret Buck, Kenneth Cole, Wilbur Faris, Magel Hagans, Vivian Pratt, Earl Schardein. Hazel Swank, Lois Zarr, Oma Huntsman, Keith Rogers, Ira Campbell, Alice Comer, Lavaun Fry, Hugh Grubb, Meda Stuck, Ralph Scott. Coline Wright, Mabel Heaton, Ruby Kling, Mabelle Kreamier, Ruby Gilliland, Theresa Reynolds, Lyle Saltz- man, Dorothy Lovely, Burl Sackett, Bertha Sutherland, Mona Trullinger, Felma Richardson, Genevieve Lockwood, Marjorie Noble-Perfect Class Spirit. Finally: Miss Mary Hughes ..... ....... S ponsor Fred Trimble ....... .... - ,President Katherine Liggett -1 .... Vice President Mildred Kitselmanu-.. ........... Treasurer Maxine Terwilliger ............ --SeCretary -Perfect Class Officers Axion 9. ', The Sophomore Class is 100 Percent Perfect. Q. E, D, 1927 AYRIAN CLASSOF1930 ' 1927 AYRIAN CLASS OF 1930 FRESHMAN ORGANIZATION President ............-..........-.. Vice President ---- Treasurer ..... Secretary W................. - Sponsor .......................... Motto-"We build the ladder by Flower-Red Rose. Colors-Red and Gold. Austin, Jennell Bastow, Ernest Bennett, Ilah Caldwell, Celeste Campbell, Alberta Clayton, Flora Combs, Arnold Defenbaugh, Earl Duffield, Leland Edwards, Marietta Glendenning, Lily Guess, Marjorie Hickerson, Luther Hudson, Clarice Kirkendall, Walter Kelly, Beatrice Laird, Esther Lance, Fern Liggett, Thomas Lucas, Lucille Main, Marion Mapel, Maxine McAninch, Ima Mills, Grace Napier, Ina Beatrice Kelley ---Elma Stephens - - -Ruth Robinson - - - - -Luella Tullis -Mr. Leffingwell which we climb." Newton, Esther Patterson, Vincent Perkins, Ralph Poor, Homer Potter, Elva Ray, Orville Richardson, Mark Ricker, Bernard Robinson, Ruth Shields, Carroll Sheldon, Marion Stanley, Bessie Stanley, James Stephens, Elma Stephens, Merle Stone, Robert Stuck, Noel Swank, Mildred Tennant, Mildred Tullis, Luella Wilkerson, Marjorie Willey, Harold Willey, Maxine Wood, Berwin Wright, Christine 'I' -2' 1927 AYRIANA ET -2 TO the Class of 1926, that their achievements may not he unrecorded, We dedi- cate this section of the 1927 Ayrian. 'v 'v 1' 1927 AYRIANT --Tr D-2 -- CLASS OF 1926 Anderson, Bartley, Baker, Ballenger, Bevington, Buck, Blair, Cabaret, R., Cabaret, Ruth, Campbell, Gladysg Campbell, Grace, Christy, Clemens, Cook, Dalbey, Daniels, Duffield, Downie, Drake, Driskell, Gilbert, Gleason, Heaton, Keating. Knight, Kreamier. JI: ' 1927 AYRIAN' 4- ' -E CLASS OF 1926 Laird, Mapel, Main, McAninch, Morse, Pratt, Pritchard, Roberts, Sanford Sawyer, Sheldon, E. Sheldon, Shroyer, Skarda, Stuck, Sweeney, Spencer Spurrier, Tidrick, Thompson, Todd, Trullinger, Terrell, Waugh, Watts Williams. F -. '- 1927 AYRIAN, -2- -5- COMMENCEMENT EVENTS OF 1926 CLASS DAY PROGRAM. APRIL 2, 1926 Selection ...................111...... ........... The Outlook 111 Polonaise Militaire ....... 1Senior Orchestra 1111111111111111111 1111Shroyer-Williams Youth and Seer 1111111111111111 111Myrtle Spurrier Give a Man a Horse He Can Ride 111 Class History 1..1.............1. Favorite Choruses .... "Lift as You Climb" 1 "I Never Knew" 11111 Scarlet and Gray" 111 Spring Song" .... 1 Kentucky Babe" ....... 1 it 37 H if H Dawn ..................1 1: H Sl tc "We're Mighty Blue" ..... In the Garden of Tomorrown 11 The Wedding of Miss Brayi' 11 COINS Ye Fairies" 111111111 1 The Question of the Hour" 11 l 11111Evan Mapel 1111Ruth Terrell 1 1 1 1Frances Dalbey 1Mildred Sheldon 1111111Orchestra 111HaZel Roberts 1111Howard Todd 11111Boys' Quartette Emaline Sheldon 1 1 1 1 1 1 -Orchestra 1 1 1 1 1Helen Laird 1 1 1 1Girls' Quartette 111Joe Clemons 1111Class of '26 JUNIOR-SENIOR BANQUET Church of Christ, May 13, 1926 The church basement was prettily decorated in the Senior and Junior colors and the tables were decorated with Dutch Windmills and tulips. After the four-course dinner the following toast program was given. D-uty 11111111111111111111 Leland Campbell E-lixer of Life 111 1111 Lyndell Thompson U-Seniors 1111 1111 D orothy VVasner T-wenty-six 1111 111111 J oe Clemons S-entiment 111111 1111 I ona Williams C-ommencement 111111 111111 M r. Hamersly H-opes 111111111111111111111111 Doris White Toastmaster-Vaughn Manners Following the toast program the guests were entertained with a pro- gram consisting of a one-act play, music and various games. l BACCALAUREATE SERVICE Methodist Church, May 16, 1926 Address delivered by Rev. Ross Williams of the Church of Christ. Music by the High School Glee Clubs under the direction of Mrs. Pearl Mapel. The procession was led by Ellen Virginia Wilson, Donella Rhoades, Warren Buck and Warren Greenway. ' -3- 1927 AYRIAN --+ D -2- COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM High School Auditorium, May 21 and 22, 1926 "The Arrival of Kitty" By Norman L. Swartaut CAST OF CHARACTERS Sam, a Yankee porter ............... , .... ..... ...... F l oy Drake Ling, a bell boy ...... ...... D ale Downie William Winkler ...... ....... H oward Todd Aunt Jane, his sister .... .... E maline Sheldon Suzette, a French maid ........ ..... P earl Daniels Jane, his niece ..............,.. ---Iona Williams Robert Baxter, in love with Jane ---- - ----- Evan Mapel Benjamin More --.-------.--- .- -------..----..--.---.. Edlred Waugh Kitty, an actress ----------------------------------- Myrtle Spurrier Synopsis: Winkler is determined that his niece, Jane shall fulfill the requirements of her father's will and marry More before six o'clock, but she loves Bob, and Bob has other plans concerning her futureg so he dis- guises as Kitty, an actress, that Winkler may be proved a hypocrite, but at this point the real Kitty arrives and the fur begins to fly. The play was ably coached by Miss Ruby Neill, the class sponsor, and very well interpreted by the cast. After the play the valedictorian address was given by Ruth Terrell. The Hon. George Allyn presented the diplomas to the fifty-two mem- bers of the class. ' 1 HONOR ROLL The honor roll includes only those whose average in every subject was above ninety percent. 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V Q Q2 1' f,f:g'em,f!ww .fVw.V Vav, f :fig 1927 AYRIAN -5-I T 15- T GIRL'S GLEE CLUB First Row-Dinkel, A. White, Liggett, Bastow, D. White, Sheldon, Combs, Clayton, Funkhouser, V. Hudson. Second Row-Horne, Foreman, Wright, Fisher, Williams, Mrs. Mapel, Director, Beard, Allyn, Mapel, Spencer. Third Row-Kelley, Osborne, Lown, Kitselman, Edwards, Robinson, Todd. Fourth Row-Caldwell, C. Hudson, Buck, Mills. ORGANIZATION President ,,...,.......,.............. Fern Bastow Vice President .......,... .... M argaret Beard Secretary and Treasurer .... ---Marion Williams Director -------------------------- Mrs. Pearl Mapel Pianists -- ---- Mary Allyn and Mildred Kitselman r: l These girls represented Mt. Ayr at the District Music Contest at Lamoni. Their selections Were: "Row Us SWiftly',--- ------- Campana "Rain" -------------- ---Harriet Turner "The Echoing Green"---- ---- John Ireland "To Spring" ---------- --------- G rieg -2- 1927 AYRIAN -2- 2 2' -2- "THE FEAST OF THE LITTLE LANTERNSN CHINESE OPETTA BY PAUL BLISS IN TWO ACTS PRESENTED BY THE TREBLE CLEF CLUB OF THE MOUNT AYR HIGH SCHOOL MRS. PEARL MAPRL, Director MARY ALLYN, Pianist BLANCHE sHRLDoN, solo Dancer WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 23 EIGHT O'CLOCK CAST OF CHARACTERS Chosen by Popular Vote of the Club Princess Chan, a Chinese heiress ........................ Fern BaSt0W Mai Ku, a Japanese j uggler maid ........................ Maxine Mapel Wee Ling, maid to the Princess ...-.. ......... M ildred Kitselman Ow Long, governess to the Princess ...-. ........... K atheryn Liggett Chorus of Chinese girls ................s... All members of household ACT I. Scene: Chinese garden. Specialty: "Chinese Umbrellas." ACT II. Scene: Same as Act I. ARGUMENT The ancestral estate of Prince Chan is held in trust until the night of the "Feast of the Little Lanterns" when it shall be given to any two sur- viving children. Princess Chan having lost her brother and sister when they were children at play in the mountains is in great sorrow at the thought of losing her home. The first act opens with the celebration of the "Feast of the Little Lanterns," various legends being woven into the texts of the songs. Some amusement for the Princess is introduced in the person of the little Japanese juggler girl, much to the disgust of the governess who would regulate affairs of children in China. The beginning of the second act finds the Princess still sorrowing and lamenting. The celebration is delayed when Wee Ling is caught in mischief. The j uggler maid brings news from the Emperor that the sister of the Princess is alive and near and orders a search. The finding of the little sister causes much excitement and the Princess is overjoyed that the home shall con- tinue to be theirs. The curtain falls with "The Feast of the Little Lan- terns" progressing with gaiety. x A State Divisional Music Contest, April 10, 1926 At the Divisional music contest at Osceola, friends of the Mt. Ayr schools were given more reasons for admiring her talented representa- tives. Our High School was awarded more honors than any other High School there represented. First places were awarded to the Girls' Glee Club and the Band, also to Myrtle Spurrier for piano solos, and Marion White for violin solos. They won the right to represent this district at the State Contest at Iowa City. Second places were awarded o the Boys' Glee Club and Chorus, also to Orlan Mapel who played a Trombone solo and to Howard Todd who played two Clarinet solos. Evan Mapel won a third place by singing two vocal solos. Much credit is given their musical instructors, Mrs. Mapel and Mr. Stewart, for the winning of these many honors. 1927 AYRIAN' -F - -Q: BOY'S GLEE CLUB First Row-White, Manners, Davis, Dalbey, Johnston, Kirkendall. Second Row-Robinson, Mapel, Farmer, Swank, Buck, Stone. Third Row-J. Swank, Mary Allyn, Pianistg Mrs. Pearl Mapel, Direc- tor, Irving. Not-in-Picture-Jack Dalbey, Orren Willey, Luther Hickerson, C. Bastow, Aldin Shidler, Paul Reynard. The Boys' Glee Club was organized in September, 1926 with the fol- lowing officers: Vaughn Manners, Pres., Marion White, Secy.g and Mrs. Pearl Mapel as director. Mary Allyn is the accompanist. They made their first appearance February 16, at the home Declam- atory contest. The club sang also when Mt. Ayr H. S. broadcasted a program from KSO at Clarinda. Selections chosen for the District Music Conte:-t at Lamoni, April 16, 1927, are: America Triumphant --- ---- Demarest At Fathers Door ..... .... R ussian Volga Boatman ..... ............ R ussian . -Marion W'hite '27. - 1927 AYRIAN -2- - cf:- BAND AND ORCHESTRA First Row-T. Liggett, Rogers, Buck, T. Lown, Jack Dalbey, Davis, Forest Leffingwell-Director, Taylor, Trimble, Poore, Bastow, Lesan. Second Row-Shidler, T. Lown, Irving, F. Bastow, Sheldon, Mapel, Manners. Third Row-E. Bastow, Saltzman, A. White, Beard, Mary Allyn-Ac- ompanist, K. Liggett, M. White, Swank, Kirkendall. Not in picture-Haih rison Link. T The orchestra meets three days a week, and the band two days a week in the music room, the eighth period, under the direction of Mr. Leffingwell. The orchestra made its first appearance at P. T. A. The orchestra is preparing the following selections for the District Contest at Lamoni, April 16, 1927: Valse Danseuse ................ ....... M iles Ballet Music from Rosamunde .... .... S chubert Minuet in E Flat ........c.............,c.... Mozart The band will not enter the contest this year, -Marion White '27. 1927.AYRIAN' + 6 AYRGUERS Top Row-Mosier, Liggett, Supt. Hamersly, Mr. Leffingwell, Price, Buck, Campbell. Middle Row-Caldwell, Dinkel, Mr. Henderson, Williams, Kirkendall, Saltzman, Bastow. Lower Row-Lay, Lesan, Robinson, White, Mrs. Bliss, Lown, Hudson. Seated in Front-McCandless, Calhoun, Swank. DEBATE Resolved, that Congress should enact legislation embodying the prin- ciples of the Haugen Farm Relief bill, constitutionality waived, was the state debate question for 1926-'27, Two teams debated the bill for High School debate this year. The affirmative side of the question was debated by Ruth Robinson, Wilbur Lay, and Charles Bastow, the negative by Katherine Liggett, Charles Lesan and Marian Williams. The first debate with Leon was very successful for both teams won. The second, however, ended less happily as the negative team lost to Bedford and the affirmative team lost to Corning. March 9, a team composed of Marian Williams, Charles Lesan, Wilbur Lay and Charles Bastow went to Des Moines and debated in the Drake Tournament. There, they won from Van Meter in the first round but lost in the second to Humboldt. Remarkable work has been done in debate, and the coaches as well as the debaters are to be congratulated. -Naomi Price '27. JI' 1927 AYRIAN, 'C' li' DECLAMATORY CONTESTS Saturday, Feb. 12, 1927 PROGRAM ORATORICAL CLASS 'kMari0n White ---- ,,,-,,..--,---.-..-.... ' 'Battle of G9ttySbl11'g'! Joe Robinson --s ......................... ----..-w- ' 'BCH Hur" DRAMATIC CLASS Fern Burnsides ....w. ................ . .-.--- ---"The Death Disk" Pauline McAninch .... M.-- -.-- ............. "COHH01"' Margaret McCandless .... ,...e.....,n - .-"The Littlest Rebel" , , ,L,Y,,,,-,.., ,, ................ 'tWh1te Hands" Ruth Robinson ..... XAHHH White ....,.......,e...... "Fear God and Take Your Own Part" HUMOROUS CLASS Margaret Beard -U ....,.,,........... i'What William Henry Did" Gladys Calhoun -.-nr ......... "Auto Suggestion" Bernadine Downie -H .11 ..,... -.- .---"H0bs0n's Funeral" Thelma Lown ..,wL,, ,- -.-.....L,,.,... , ........... "The Bath Hour" 'tDarline Smithson ...........,L.,........... "Dad Says S0, AI1yhOWH Stars mark the winners in these contests. Those marked above won all of the first places in the four school contest at Blockton. SUB-DISTRICT DECLAMATORY CONTEST Mount Ayr, March 11, 1927 8:00 P. M. PROGRAM Music ............ 1......-.......1..,,. . , .... ..,.. B rass Quartet ORATORICAL CLASS WEmmett's Vindication" .......,............. ....... W ill Aiken "Social Responsibilitiesj' Gough ,-..,. .,... .... F rances McKee "Triumph of Peace," Chopin ..............1 ,... A rdyth Sutherlen "Battle of Gettysburg," Mason ,..,,,--,...... ,.., M arion White DRAMATIC CLASS "Cigarette's Ride and Death" ..1.. ,, ...,...... ...1 D orothy Johnson "The Little Mixer," Shearn .......-.....,1.... ..... M ary Walker "Strongheart," Wm. C. de Mille ..........1..... ..... I la Warden t"Fear God and Take Your Own Part," Brining ............ Anna White HUMOROUS CLASS "DOtty Dippendalef' Anon. ...................,.. Lavaughn Archibald "The Anti-Gossip Club," Palmer ....,.. .......... L ois Garver 't"Sister in the Medicine Closet," Blatt .1................ Dorothy Kline "Dad Says So, Anyhow," Anon. ....... .. ..,......,.. Darlien Smithson Critic Judge-Mercedes McGinnis Dildy, Des Moines. The three firsts from this contest will represent their respective high schools in the pre-district contest to be held March 25, 1927. High Schools represented in this program: Garden Grove, Kellerton, Lamoni, Leon, Mount Ayr, Tingley, Weldon. Anna White represented Mount Ayr at the Pre-District Contest at Afton, March 25, 1927. Although one of the judges gave her first place and the other two tied her for first, through some curious form of elimi- nation, she failed to place. Anna received more honor than any Mount Ayr contestant has ever received. Much credit is due her and Mrs. I. J. Dalbey, her coach. -2- -:- 1927 AYRIAN -2- -Q- CAPTURED BY THE SHAWN EES That truth is stranger than fiction, and often more interesting is shown by the story that I am going to tell. This story relates the adventures of some of the settlers in "Ab's Valley" situated in the Blue Ridge mountains of Virginia. The valley at the time of the story-about 1790-was a rich grazing and farming district, and abounded in wild game of every sort. The inhabitants of the valley were of Scotch-Irish decent. They were staunch Presbyterians who had immigrated from the north of Ireland to enjoy religious freedom. ' The people lived in constant fear of Indian attacks. This valley, it seemed, was attacked more often than any other set- tlement, probably because it was a favorite hunting ground of the savages. Then too, it was supposed to be one of their sacred burying grounds. Among the people who lived in this savage infested place was a man named Daniel Moffett. Mr. Moffett's family consisted of two sons, Robert and George, thir- teen and ten respectively, and his wife. A As there were no trees in the valley, it was Mr. Moffett's custom to go up into the hills to cut the winter's supply of wood. He would start very early in the morning and at noon his wife would send the boys with his lunch. They would always return together in the early afternoon in time to do the evening chores. One cold dry day when the ground was free from snow, Mr. Moffett went to cut wood as usual. He chopped until noon. then began to wonder why the boys did not come with his lunch. At first he, supposing that the boys had loitered along the way, thought nothing of the delay. He called to them several times, chopped a while long- er, then shouldered his ax -and started home. He felt sure that something had hap- pened to the boys or that their mother had heard of Indians in the vicinity and was afraid to send them. As he passed by an old sugar mill he saw his own dinner pail lying overturned among the deserted ruins, and, on investigation found signs of a struggle. He quickened his steps down the homeward trail. The minute he entered the cabin, his wife read disaster on his distracted face. 1 By the time Mr. Moffett had gathered a posse, the Indians and their captives were far away, and the search had to be abandoned. The shock was too great for the mo- ther and she soon died heart broken. Now let us turn to Robert and George. As they were passing the old sugar camp, a band of Shawnees suddenly sprang from the heaps of charred logs and broken hogs- heads, seized the boys and made off with them. When the lads came to their senses Robert began to break off twigs and to dislodge stones along the way. The Indians soon noticed this and one of the savages shook him and warned him to stop. Presently he began dragging his feet and the leader halted his band and proceeded to show Rob- ert how to raise his feet and set them down without disturbing the leaves or grass. He rapped Robert roughly on the head with the handle of his tom-a-hawk. When the party had marched all day, they camped for the night, and the boys were bound and placed among the savages for safe keeping. When the captors had dropped to sleep the boys made plans for escape and .agreed to flee at the first opportunity. The next day one of the warriors made Robert carry a heavy iron kettle that had been stolen from the settlement. Before long the kettle began to grow heavy .and Robert threw it down by the bank. Then the brave threw down his own pack and picked up the kettle and signaled for Robert to carry his pack. This was much worse, for the lad could hardly lift it. Upon George's suggestion, Robert filled the kettle full of leaves .and wore it for a hat. The next day it was raining 'and the same fellow tried to take Robert's hat away from him, but the white lad knew that the Indians were fond of pluck so he struck his tormentor a sharp blow. Then the "copper one" signaled that he wanted the kettle to keep the lock of his gun dry. Robert gave it to him with the understanding that he was to receive it back as soon as the disagreeable rain storm was over. Thus the days of marching wore into weeks, for the land of the Shawnee was far away. Each day grew more monotonous until finally food became so scarce that the party had not eaten for two days. Then an old bear whom the pangs of hunger had driven from his winter sleep stopped in the trail. "Boom', went the old flint lock and the bear was kicking in his tracks. All rushed forth with shouts of joy for they knew that food was at hand, but when they reached the beast it was so poor that the savages refused to touch it. The party managed to keep alive for two days longer on tea made from the inner bark of the yellow poplar. Then one of the savages killed a fat buffalo and Robert and George were for having a fine steak, but the savages knowing that such heavy meat would kill one so near starved, took the intestines of the animal, washed them in the creek and made in Robert's iron kettle a soup. It was not until the next day that the savages would eat or allow the boys to eat any of the flesh. One morning some days later, the savages opened their packs, got out paints and smeared themselves from head to foot. This told the lads that they were near their journey's end and in their hearts, each wondered what his fate would be. -5- -2- 1927 AYRIAN -2- -2-I About noon the leader gave two long blood curdling whoops, indicating that he had two prisoners. Ten minutes later the party stopped in sight of a large Shawnee village. The moment they were seen, every brave's squaw and papoose tumbled out to see the captives. When a large crowd had gathered, the Indian boys began to slap and poke Robert and George. This was too much for the white captives so they sprang among the red boys and knocked them right and left. At this the braves clapped and shouted, and it was plain that they were well pleased with their prisoners. While the tribe was rejoicing the face of the old chief alone was sad and he talked earnestly to his people. The boys learned afterward that he was telling them that the plundering of the whites would bring only sorrow from that trip. Every time the braves brought in the scalps of captives, the old chief begged them to stop. It was plain th-at this displeased the braves but history shows that the old Shawnee chief was right. It was the custom among the Indians to divide their captives in different villages to keep them from escaping so the boys were soon separated. After suffering the hardships of the Indian life for two years, George met a Mr. Shearlock, who was a trader. Shearlock had once been a prisoner in the same tribe and was a friend of George's father, so he bought the unhappy captive for fifty dollars and sent him home. Robert, who was one of my ancestors was less fortunate. He was adopted by the old chief and remained in that tribe until he was twenty-one. Then he left the tribe and settled in Ohio. In after years, the old chief visited Robert many times, but in all those times he never slept in a bed hut would always roll up in a blanket and sleep before the fire place. Years later, when relating his experiences with the Indians, Robert said there was one thing worse to endure than the hardships of life, that is the horror common to all captives of becoming reconciled to Indian life. -Arlo Mosier '29. Awarded first prize in the Ayrian contest. SCHOOL IS DONE When the last day of school is over, And our task of lessons is done, When we say "good-bye" to our teachers, And schoolmates one by one. Then there enters in my heart a feeling That life is more work than play. But I think of happy times ahead As I stack my books away. For we can go on striving Though our books are laid aside, Trying to learn of life the lessons That were taught us by our Guide. May we ever be found faithful To our teachers and other friends, So that in the years hereafter We need never make amends. -Margaret Beard '28. x C id.,-,f fhletics 1 '57 . 1-45, -Ir... '- ' o PM b av 1-anim, SM x N -. .yy , 1 'sf 1 x sm " su K- iw , S? vi? :E fi 2 ii 55 Q- W J is fi 5 A nf . .L Q 13 5 E E 's 5 ii L3 ff 56 b. fa Q 12 3 ii 5 Ts cf 3 Q H ,E 1GLUAM1a!ss.v if-f "' "T "-'1' 7"'E:"'0ff VS "X ' ' W" 'A' 'X"""f""" 'if'-"Q" 1 N ' 'YA' 1 """' c1927 AYRIAN' -T ' -2- GIRL'S BASKET BALL Miss Boyer, Coachg Neva Sloan, centerg Lorene Bagley, forwardg Orpha Combs, guardg Mary Dinkel, guardg Anna White Kcaptainj guardg Lois Combs, centerg Oma Dickerson, forward. All of these girls won letters by playing in three fourths of half of the games. SCHEDULE Mt. Ayr Opponent Delphos at Mt. Ayr --- ...... 27 10 Lenox at Mt. Ayr ........ -- 16 19 Clearfield at Clearfield --- -- 12 27 Bedford at Mt. Ayr ........ -- 14 15 Grant City at Grant City .... .... 3 54 Delphos at Delphos ........ .... 3 7 18 Bedford at Bedford .........,.................... 10 40 ATHLETIC COUNCIL 1926-1927 President .................... Supt. Owen Hamersly Vice President -- .......... Hugh Steele Secretary ...... ........ M arian Williams Treasurer .... ..... E . Claire Henderson Men's Coach ....... ---Raymond Greenway Girl's Coach ------ ---- -------- Esther Boyer Captain of Foot ball ---- ----- R udolph Skarda Captain of Basket Ball ----- - ---- Kenneth Summers Captain of Track ------------ -------- M eritt Morse Captain of Girl's Basket Ball--- ------- Anna White -Doris White '2'7. 1927 AYRIAN. -2- -5- HIKING CLUB First Row-Lola Stephens, Doris White, Crystal Foreman, Anna White, Blanche Sheldon, Ruth Ferber, Burnetta Roe, Elma Stephens. Second Row-Marion Williams. Hugh Steele, Versye Caldwell. Third Row-Luella Tullis, Beatrice Kelly. The 1926-'27 hiking club was organized under the leadership of Hugh Steele. The officers this year are: Pres., Marian Williams, Vice Pres., Crystal Foreman, Secy.-Treas., Anna White. The club started this year with a membership of twenty, but the number has diminished until there are thirteen. Tuesday evening after school is the regular night for hiking and a special effort to attend all hikes is made, for, by being receptive, one may learn many things as well as having the exercise, fresh air, and a jolly good time. The required hikes for the year are the five, ten, fifteen and twenty mile. Hike along! Oh, hike along! Forget your work, just play, Though skies be gray and dull the day, Just hike along the way! Hike along! Oh, hike along! And make the sad heart gay, You'll always find the sunshine if You Hike along the way! . --Doris White '27. it F N .,, ,,g" . N.. A 4 -U ,u self 'F .if 252 - ' nw A ' .hz , ,2 L n .iw . 1 ' L if Hzib f .i ' W "Pu wk H, 2 A ' fi? i A - fi- , , A fx ' wiv . . -3 . -35' Q A ,K 41 X ,sa . I + 4 35? -, V- ' ' ,f 'HQNH .LA . is fx, ,raft W t L .F -. , -. M A' X f. , v Q. v. ' A r , - A w, - ' 'f 5 . ,g x J-gif? V5 'V g , 'A A ' I ' ff . Q f , W 1. 1 .. js, A ,. S H . 3 V . 'L - SN "fn : x L f-my .f A? ' iv ' .I ,. . 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V. .V ' - 'V " "ff VV' ' ' V 'V"'QV1f " fx .ffV'1VL ,ev mi: MV 'VM-i.t.-.L?IXz gx"1'5' 5.f..,Vgg ' .V 'f2',M?fV-1 .1 j.,flf'5fj,Q .V . V 'li ,V:2V,. ":".V1"'i ' "fV"'VJV.fgff'x,m,5'L:,,3V:a .,f.::" JV'- w gg5V'g'42gQg ?Vf:fg'.:f??ifV,,,fs-Ziff. grit? "JV V, : g ' Vlfzj-fgV'5 V. .. ' 1 , '. ..-51? 'L if! w za.-?l2't.,p V,-V L2-V'Jf'V-L V ' +V 1-. 'V L V. 5 "W-f ..w1.LrV "':'...m-iv' iQ 1. 32.-as-2.rs.,5V?:. - VV V V' Artcrafts Engraving Company -I -:- 1927 AYRIAN 'Ii 'Q' The following local firms and individuals have shown that they are really interest- ed in Mt. Ayr High School and that they are aware of the benefits of such an insti- tution in our community. Trade with them-they are worthy of the cooperation of eV6l'yOIle. Mt. Ayr Book Store Randolph Beall Mrs. Carson A. F. Collins J. B. Currie Fair Store Billy Finch M. E. Freeland Fry Mill General Supply Store Grant Hayes Hawkeye Lumber Company Hertzel and Saltzman Iowa Southern Utilities Co. Iowa State Bank Irving and Reynard Johnston Auto Co. C. R. Keating Kimball Shoe Shop Lewis and Lewis Hayes Main G. E. Manners Milligan Millinery Mt. Ayr Lumber Co. Mt. Ayr State Bank Perrv Dress Club Prentis Brothers Hatchery Princess Theater Record News T. S. Rhoades E. A. Saltzman I. R. Shroyer Snow White Bakery Bert Smith R. C. Smith Spurrier Grocery Stephens Chevrolet Co. F. L. Stewart F. E. Stroble E. C. Swain Taylor's Cash and Carry G Ansel Williams J. A. Williams and Co. H. H. Wilson 0 rocery The following wholesale firms have aided in making the 1927 Ayrian a success through their liberal donations to the Senior Carnival. Patronize them through their local merchants who buy from these firms: Buffalo Specialty Co., Liquid Verneer Building---- Chariton Wholesale Grocery Co., Chariton, Ia. .... Chase Candy Company, St. Joseph, Missouri .... Fairfield Glove Company, Fairfield, Ia. ...... Walter T. Hall Candy Co., Ottumwa, Iowa---- Halligan Coffee Co., Davenport, Ia. ......... Charles Hewitt Sons Co., Des Moines, Ia.---- Isaacs Kahn Company, Chicago, Illinois --- Loose-Wiles Company, St. Joseph, Missouri --- A. C. McClurg Company, Chicago, Illinois ........... Orchard and Wilhlem Furniture Co., Omaha, Nebr. .... Palmolive Company, Omaha, Nebr. J. Rosen and Company, St. Joseph, Missouri ........ Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y. .... Weber Hardware Company, Keokuk, Ia. ......... ----Buffalo, New York ---CSpurrier Groceryb -----fA. F. Collinsj ----QJ. A. Williamsj --------QA. F. Collinsj ----fSpurrier Groceryj ---fSpurrier Groceryj -------fFair Storej --------------CJ. Farabeej fThompson's Book Storej -- - - - Q Moore and Campbellj ---------fFair Storej ---fSpurrier Groceryj ----fC. R. Keatingl -3- 1927 AYRIAN. -1- -2- EDITOR'S FOREWORD Perhaps these jokes are very old And should be on the shelf, But if you Want some better ones, Make up a few yourself. When inspiration lends her aid, And you Wish to break in type, Try something funny, then you'll find, That comics are no pipe. If you read these jests, do not get sore, For empty was our 'boWl,' Your name in spite was not employed, But only to complete the scroll. K0 Marion White-"Whats the purpose of the bridge on my violin ?" Mr. Leffingwell--"Oh! thats to get your music across." Mrs. Bliss-"Don't you think you are straining a point in your ex- planation ?" Wilbur Lay-"Maybe I am, but you often have to strain things to make them clear." "Everything comes to him who orders hash." Medulla-"I've changed my mind-" Oblongata-"Does the new one Work any better ?" Blanche Sheldon Cto clerk in the Fort Des Moinesl-"Can I get a room for three ?" Clerk-"Have you a reservation ?" Blanch, Indignantly-"Do I look like an Indian ?" One Half Wit-"Why do the snow flakes dance so dearie ?" The Other Half-"They're practicing for the snow ball, stupid." "As a rule We retain every evil thing We inherit--except money." "Of everything God Created, only the human being laughs." "If you see good in everybody, nearly everybody will see good in you." O1 02828000 O OGOC O O0 O 0 O O OO OOOQ O O OO O60 OOO Do You Know-M Statistics show that of 100 men starting out in life at the age of 25, at the end of forty years One will be Wealthy Four will have incomes Five Will have some earning power Thirty-six will be dead Fifty-four will be dependent upon their relation or char ity for their living. Do you want to be in the latter class? If not, save your 'Wx -Y -lxbbxf-' s ll lllM1lllL1 V . - .,- " , A - money as that is the only Way you can beat this game l iii! g 5 ' are 5 - qt gl wlllllllliil 5, 9 I., "ili""Q1'l?lj- l IIQI1 v Q4 1:41 ,L il WDWWWA if -- . i f 1,-. for V 'W Mount Ayr State Bank "Where Savings are Safe" F. E. Sheldon, Zella Swartz, President Bernice Moore, Assistant Cashiers 0COC0O0O0O0O0O0C023 300000 O O 0 0 0 0000000000 500000 GOO C 00000C,0o000o0r0c0o000o0o0O0O0o0o000o040 000m0o0o0o0o000n0o00iO0O1O0o0o00000o00000O000o0000000o000O0O000O0:.00000000000o000000000O0o0O0 0 0 000 0f'0n0c.0 0a0J0o000O0fJ0O0O0000l00.J0 M0000 0 000000000 0 00000000000o000000000O000O0'1000 U0O0OlO0O0O0O0o0 0000000 0000000v000a0O0Ogg 00 89 28 28 82 28 23 82 38 28 82 23 28 LEWIS AND LEWIS GRANT HAYES 52 23 '2 39 Q8 Attorney at Law 02 Attorney at Law 32 82 28 28 82 2' O8 IEE IUIL IkIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIUIUDDIOICIOIOIOIOIOIQIOIOgC?IOIC.IOIOIOIOIOICIOIOIOIOI I I IL IOIOIOIOIOIOILI I IOIOIOIOIOIOIOIE5 O. JIIIOGOIOIOOOIOOOIOIOIOICIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOI IOI DIGIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOICIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIO.O GO IO OI A F COLLINS 95 . . 2' 82 H M LINN HAT sHoP 55 The Palace of Sweets 5: 55 I I . OI Mrs. Carson-Pro rietress Eg If you buy it at Fatty's J p gg Itys Good East Side of the Square 32 SSBUIOI WIC Il I I IFI I7IUIOIOIOIOIOILI DIL IL IL IOIOIOIOIOIOIOIUIOIUIO OIOIOIOIOIOIOIOI IOIOIOI I IC IOICIOIGICIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOI .O OIOIUIUI I I I IOIOOOIOIOIOIOIOOOIOIOIUIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIUI IOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOILJIOIOIOIOIOIO82 IO OI Prentis Bros. Hatchery 52 55, 98 22 SNOW WHITE BAKERY 'O 35 82 eg .3 83 I 95 32 -Q I 28 .5 , , .O nspected and 5. Q5 Special Orders of All Kinds 35 Accredited 95 29 'fe Hatcheries 59 28 32 Y- -5 52 2, Phone 287 52 4,93 - 32 22 25 53 Mount Ayr Iowa I X "'45?- 53 C' 1:0 V Q. S, 'Q oo , Q0 MOUNT AYR IOWA S3 S9 89 O0 32 BQ is OIGIOI I I I I I I I IUIOIOIOIOI I I I IL I I IOIOIFIOIOIOIOI WI IO OIUIOIL IOIOICIOIOIOIUIOI I If I UI UIGIOIOIOIOIL I I I I JI I IOIOI JIOI O. IOIUILJI UIL I I QI UI FI IOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOI Ii IUIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOI ICICI WIOIOIOIOIOIOI IUUOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOIOI WI FI I Il I DI DIOIOIO .O EE 52 O- 32 55 Raymond J.-"I wish the Lord had made me a woman! EQ DI IO 00 , os if Versye C.-"He did, I'm the one." 52 2' 52 Lightibus outlbus in Parlorum 00 1 . U so Boylbus kissibus sweet girlorum If CI Fatheribus heardibus loud smackorum CI IO . 0 1 u . if Boyibus kissibus her nomorum. 25 I3 Cl O IO I'7 Ol OI IO I OI OI IO Q2 Mr. Henderson Cin Botany classl-"This plant belongs to the Begonia IO OI family." fi John Dowling-"Oh! I see, and you are keeping it for them while they CI IO Q25 are away? 82 23 IO OI OI . ' . ' IO gg Maurine Fisher-"Can you tell me exactly what a kiss IS ?" E5 IO IO OI EQ Blanche Sheldon--"Yes! its nothing divided by two." 28 82 25 , , , '2 25 Found on Bernard R1cker's registratlon card- 52 I CI I IO Q5 Parents Name: Mama and Papa. 82 28 29 L52 52 59 00 00000001 0f 0 Q0 10o0f of 0O000O0o0O0o0c 00000c 0C 0O0o000c0o0o0o00000o000 00 0o0o0O0o0o0O0O0o0O0O000L 000000000O000O0O0o0O0000000C0O0O000000l'1i 000000000000 30000000 000O0000000O0O0O0O00000O0O000O0O0o000O0o0O0o0o 000O0O0O0000000O000O0000000O0O0000000O000000000O00000O0O0O00000O0 00 Ncgooogooooosooonooooooooooooououooooonoooooocooaoaoooooooo oocoooicoooooooooooosoooooooeoooooomcooooooooaooosooooooooosooosooooooooco :soooo.1eonooo0oooooooso0ooooeooooooooaooooooonoonos.woooooogooonooog?soooooooooooooooooooooeoaowofionooaoooo wcf-etfooococoocooooooooooooo ci no "When Noah sailed the waters blue, .5 He had troubles same as you, G. E. For forty days he drove the ark, Q3 21 og fs E: Before he found a place to p-ark." Guarantegd C. so oo g, 2' 38 W h d Cl k atc: an oc 255 Speaking of absent minded professors- U on oc if This is a true story: QQ R v - Mr. Hamersly was one of the judges at the Shannon City Declamatory contest. 20 Q' .' 55 OOO CCOGUQCCOCOUOQ O I C C C O 'QUOA QFQUIPO I O I I O C CCUJQCOCQ .5 IO ' l , CLOOOOI IOCOCOOOCFIOI ILCLO ODONCWODI-Ulm! I IOUOIOI CC7CCCGCOlOlJ.O was informed by a friend that he'd forgot- ,- ten his collar and tie. ,E gi IIHCCSS eatre sz -1 oc 0 gg SS '2 CC .O Miss Genung fin Modern Historyj "Au- I brey Williams! Tell me what you know .8 . oo on 55 about the Mongolian race." H f G d ,O 20 no Aubrey--"I wasn't there,I went to the O M o oo 25 basket ball game." L: . ef Pictures -- -: 1' 3. 22 ' 0 3: . 3: 6835S838S3a833235fa8.9Qf.'.5.3.'.3.S.f.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'2'3222i?2TE5 fi Fern Burnside'--"Why so sad dear?" gg gg C. 0 Q2 Aulden Sackett-"I just happened to O. 80 CU Ei think dear, this is the last evening we can g, os ' . 39 be together until tomorrow." 5: '. 22 23 .5 22, oo 0 O0 --. 89 'S P C1 1 G' 4' oo ' U ee s anf rm lngs Mr. Henderson-"Ernest Kling, what do gg .ry uf you think about the cause of gravitation?" OS . 2. ' 82 53 Ernest-"I don't know much about lt, but gs f k d Q0 . ,, :Q 0 3 In 5 .O it sure has a hold on me. 23 .3 1 -if -2- 4- -1- gg 2. 22 Wilbur Lay-f-Hello!" - an . .8 voice on Telephone-ffwho is this?" C 1 O' so f- ig Wilbur-"I don't know, I can't see you." 5' 82 EZ 39 3. 52 39 83 89 -- 55 gg When grandpa drove his brand new car, 'Q 0. so He shoved the throttle down too far, E. 2: . . . 2- I' O' Twlnkle, twinkle little star- O' ht C' . Gm am rs Music by the G. A. 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Sinclair Reflmng Company gg Millinery Think Of QQ gg U' on ' C2 'S 10 Power Full Gasoline 'J 32 22 Sinclair Oils 83 1 lgan s as uo 28 ' no 55 gg Accessories EQ so 23 to M I. J. Ansel Wllllams 28 1 lne y 32 23 95 .O 28 98 gg 98 28 95 89 22 OO QQ 32838232C3823232538382823282328259828982898382825955825328283828 382828232S33382G93233S98252338?898382898382S98'3898'38?8252828239! 32 EE O2 so O, oo oo Eg on 82 S8 ' ES 28 o J oo B'll F' h as 1 inc ag 22 E2 25 on oo 0' gg "When men are rightly occupied, their 39 O' 82 22 amusement grows out of their work, as the 28 82 'O QQ color petals out of a fruitful flowerg when 28 82 , . 55 55204200142CCOCZQCICICCOOCOOOCOCCC0000000329COCOIOOOOCICIOUCUOIOOCUCOOOQE O. OIOOOCOU'Q0-JC0.0lO"3K'OOOOOCOOOIOICOOOul0.000lOlOO0.0QOlOOOCODOOOIO QQ nate, all their emotions are steady, deep, oo oo ' ' ' ' 'U O perpetual, and VlV1fy1I'1g to the soul as 1S is D ci B h 55 I gi C. Eg the natural pulse to the body." 23 - 22 95 28 82 -John Ruskin 25 Motor Vehicles on 25 oo so O. oo Dependable 28 82 gf 'Q' E. C. SWAIN 55 95 89 . 25 E2 Osceola Mount Ayr '38 82 95 John Barnes-Branch Manager 23 32 Q Szoioionoloooioo0000000000000looooooolooooooolosooooooooc ,of veoooootoi olololooololouotiloo vloooofliooouol0000OUCOoooloioloooocloooooooloo 5 IOOOOOOUIOUOOOOOQOOOOOQOOOOO0000DOGO0O000000loooeooouooooooolouoloif 0O0DlOIOIOOO0OlO0O0O0O0000loOOOOOOIOIOIOOOlOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOUDO OIWOOQOODOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOQOUOOOQOOO ooo 000 00000000 Oobionoolooooocoooiot leo OOOOUCno000fi0O0Oooioacooofmotoooocoooco :Cu 0 0 0 000 Q 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OOO 0.232.200 0.0.i.l.g 0 l.:'Q.0L0 Oo! I 0 0 0 000 0 out 0 0 000 Q I 010 0 0 0 0 030 Ocuonol OOCOIOOQO IO Johnston Auto ompan Authorized L1NcoLN 4 Fonn M FoRDsoN cARs - TRUCKS d TRAcToRs Sales 8a Service ggi PHONE 29 MOUNT AYR ggfwlibO000Oclltotcolotooocoouocounolioulllooll0o0o00onoolo00c0oof0o00.' 33000, OOC!00.3000oonlooooollooacoooll Q00000000lloooiooccooooooooioouooloo . g 0 Q '. .. '. 0 0 02 ,' Mr. Henderson-"This is a very higzh ex- Q' 'Q 1' ' posive and might blow us all to kingdom D : come-Now come ,a little closer, so that you -A 98 . can follow me more easily-" Z: ' 'I 85 a oc Z2 lfl 25 O' .3 82 QS -- as '2 ' oo uslness Q: "Beneath the moon . . on 5: He told his love' gi Democracy in the Standard O11 Com- 2 Q . . Q3 jf The color left her cheeks, 25 pany Clndianaj is a fact-not a ig co ig 5: But on the shoulder of his coat, theory. , . EI It showed for many weeks." o 35 . . . , jd: 53 This company 1S organized on Dem- 5: 3' '22 . . . . . 9 E- -- ocratic principles and it is governed S5 gg 53 ga ee . . ,, E: by a democratic spirit. :E O' 83 . ig Higher Math. -2 -- -' 0 3. .' 2: "Ten words make one joke :, .Z 2: Ten jokes make one page CO. Q o 0 EE Ten pages of humor undianaj E: Make one weary." 3' .' E. '. In Q. ' I. .I O U 0 E. co0O0I0000llooocotoocooocoultiluot 0l00Quia00olnnooolilococuoootlooli so000l000000tnuoolololoooolllloolal 0000050e0000coooooolootccootllbolouu O 0 qmf . J fc' fifi ""' i, 'ir f , ' -:A- " , Q i 1 f a n n fe? ' 2 r ff .L '5 will ' 5 fA'- ffl ! 94' BURIED TRBAS 11 ' ' t UR f t it f f On the wind-swept beach of a lonely ' D 5Q. i ' i . p desert isle, the pirates buried their 1 ffwv y x L' -fj' 1f1Q:'l-51".' .Q treasureg hidden until they should re- QQ -h gh s turn for it. ff' 'Wi , Cn the beautifully illustrated pages f tnf f f 1 L 'lf , X of' your Annual are engraved ever- a W 'f mf. V .v M ff . ff! lasting memories of your school days. l ff I My Always there to unfold to you page ff 1 gf 3 pf ' upon page of priceless gems. A X f ,f f " -A 5? 77 X X I 4 A. QQ ARTCRAFTS service builds you an fi J WAV J Q5 Z Annual of individuality, beauty and Il? , fijlaxy ' EQ .Ll quality with economy. li- l - 1 Jn, Y- ff' f ,f 25 1' ,f fl ARTCRAPTS ENGRAVING CO. A Q , If 1, EQ "ANNUAL SPECIALISTSH - -K Wflfff f! EE sr. JosE.PH, Mo. Tim ' w,f,WW ifffffrffrfzymi y W !! 55 k .I lb II ,V WWW 1 ,I,j'5f . D .,.,,,,.,.,. ffl, A tw n ' :few f 'fume s " ' n ' ' ' p l My 5' , , oo -gfilif fj Wyf 'ff' V I 'fy lf will Qf rt ff W YC X ' . ' -an f E ' W iall' '-74 7 'Ns-177 sill, 'i E 'f ' os a s F buf Q ZX x f I Hjwfuv lvgcf N. W ,4 147 J SE X hfffi ' " 7 N y pl ? I il J ,Q Q ZW? ' 4, 'Wy ii ' 4 9 "' ' , - ,' -f ' rf .s 'xx N'-f ',f7'E'fIg jf M3497 'v by . 1 - '1'5T'Zf " f 5' ff ' N ' 'M 'C-2 -' .QYTH f Og RL f, - 'Y' I If V V- fl f X ,ms Q55 7 Jr , . 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STEWART Direct Representative THE EQUITABLE LIFE OF NEW YORK OIO IL'I .O OI IO CI If' OI IO OI IO OI IO OI IO OI IO 09 to OI IO OI IO Ol IO OI IO OI IJ OI IO OI IO DI IO OI IO OI IO OI IO OI IO 'XI IO OI IO OI IC! OI IO OI IQ OI I0 O! IO OI IO OI IO OI IO O- an IO OI IO CI I OI IO CI I OI Iv OI IC CI IO CI IO OI IO OI ID OI IO OI IO OI ID OI IO Os In OI lo IO CI 93 IJ UI IFJ OI IO OI I OICIWIWIYI I IVIFI I I I ICI I 1' CI I IQIQIC SSI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I.I.InIa9.I.I.I.I.I.2.I.I' IDI ILICI25 OI 'I IO QQ OI 1 I IO IO Eg ,. . : IO ' 3, Q I0 OI . I 00 r . . . , .. 28 I look so bilght and gay, :S oo 0 I0 I 55 I have to take the dogs along, gs I0 Q OI X ' f I 32 V t , Q -4.. . I . . , O . I L .T '. u .O IO Q0 sr 1- A IO sa --e- 4- OI BI 39 59 It ls generally known that Miss Neill IS OI . DI 32 Very much opposed to gum chewlnjg. On 22 IO . . i . QQ EQ that subject she has compiled the 'tollowlng .O . . X' gg statlstlcs-The energy expended by the stu- OI . . OI dents of Mount Ayr High School durlng the 3. I go ' Y io ff , , ,tj IO . . I G by . ,- .. 3 .. Q. 2' ' 0 o0 . . l 54 mg and put lt on top of the Water tower. '4 I OI I I2 Q . 00 oc KI ,ii I IO QQ OI I so 0 CI IO . I' Eg Oh, wheels of tune, turn on- ,g I IO Q3 I I s , I oo g C0 . . U 0 , , 4:0 - v Y Q0 g of . ,J gg For me to use and go. ,- CI I I ICJ 32 Sloan Coverdell. .2 52 '3 IJ 28 .' OI -17 I 82 'S I0 I I 23 55 gg Felma R,lCl'lZ1l'llSOlI IS carrying' one and 3' OI I IO . - -' ,- - ' 1 IO 28 dliigglflg thlee SIZLICIIQS. 2. on oi lo OI 00 O0 00 OI 00 OI 00 30 00 00 lo O0 00 00 OO 00 00 OC OO Ol 00 o0 00 O0 00 O0 00 O0 00 O0 00 ol 00 ob 00 oO 00 0 35 oo eo oo eo oc oo on oo oc 00 -,n so .8 on 00 oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo so 00 so oo no oo so oo so oo oo o .8 on oo on so .8 os no oo go .5 on oo o .s OI I O I O OI O I O IO OI IO OI IO OI IO OI IO 0. 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J The Most Beautiful Cars in Chevrolet History Style - Quality - Performance STEPHENS Cl-IREVQLET COMPANY Mount Ayr, Iowa 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 0:1 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 00 00 O0 00 110 011 110 00 110 00 00 00 110 011 1:0 00 110 00 110 011 110 00 110 00 1 0 0:1 110 03 110 011 1,0 00 110 00 00 011 110 00 110 00 1,10 00 110 011 110 011 110 011 '10 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 011 110 00 110 0:1 110 011 110 00 ,10 011 1,9 0'1 10 011 0 03 0 03 0 0 1 i 9 011 I 0:1 ,I D17 1 'l OO 110 OO 110 no 110 oo Ll IO UI IO 110 OO 110 OU 110 OO 110 .O IJ. 011 110 011 110 .O 110 IO 00 IO 110 011 Cl 01:1 Lil 00 150 so 1:0 IO co oo C0 oo Cl 011 Ol so 110 00 120 011 00 00 00 00 O0 00 110 00 110 00 110 01: C10 00 110 00 110 011 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 00 110 011 110 011 110 03 110 011 1 10 011 110 00 1 0 00 1,0 011 00 03 O0 00 O0 oo UO an K .1 1 , 11, 1 .1 -11 :011011cs0'10o0o0wooor01:couoocooof101:0o01'0f1011o1101:0o01101'10n0o0o0ogo0o0110o0000000o0o0ogo0110o0o0110c10110o0 ggogggsgggggggsSsgggggggzgiggogggggozoo1521100000oionoociooococooocooo011i'1101,10o011011e11so01101101100011011oooosoaQ0omnoocoo0o01J011011oo0o0110ooo0o01: 00Olo00000000000O0O0O0O0Olc0O0O0O0OCOlolOl06000000OJOOOOOOOQOOOQOQOOOOOIOOO0OIOlooolO0O0OlODOOCOOOOIO0OOOOOOO00noQOQOUODQOOOOQOUOOOOOOOO so5000OOlo0O0O0OiOOO0OOO0ulOlOlOlOlODO!O0O0O0OOOIOQOOOOOIOOOOOOOQQQOlODOloDO0U0O0OIOnooo!O0O0O0O0O0OOO0O0O0OiO0O0OOQOOOOIOOOIOOOOOOOOOBQ UO go -U O0 O0 go no At Ayfguefs Ming- IRVING 81 REYNARD gg Wilbur Lay-"It's too cold to meet in QE room Aj, Leading Clothiers E2 Mr. Henderson-"It may be warmer in Lf' And E5 Furnishers gg In Manual Training Class Mark Richard- EE son was to rip a board and make it an inch l Eg and a half narrower. 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