Mulberry High School - Oracle Yearbook (Mulberry, IN)

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.W ww , W M W.. I .Wm W...,.m.W W -...V mmm, I 1 m...,.m f MJ A lk ! DONALD LOWMAN Editor JENNINGS JACOBY Business Manager Engraving by STAFFORD ENGRAVING CO. Indianapolis, Indiana Printing and Binding by FRANKFORT MORNING TIMES Frankfort, Indiana Covers by MOLLOY OF CHICAGO Photography by GILBERT STUDIOS Frankfort, Indiana THE ORACLE Published by THE SENIOR CLASS '27 o f MULBERRY HIGH SCHOOL M. H. S. 727 TENTH VOLUME NINETEEN HUNDRED TWENTY-SEVEN s 2 5 " ffgmmsrrset 1.1 5 Foreword S THE shepherd of old gathered his ock at the close o the day mto the old or sa e heepmg so have we gathered the events o the year IQ26 IQ27 mto thls book m order that we may sa ely guard them agamst the orget ulness o tzme Aff f ' fff--, f g., ' f ' ff fu V 5 ff H Q! 3 ff ,. wi w :Q J s Y ' I ff, H : .. .- Orac. B Order of Books ADMINISTRATION SENIORS CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS I 'f-1 19 2? 5 I 5 .gi n2:H,zsa' ' V, , , f3" 1'f . . E4 YH V 1 -. ' lil uv w E Y .Q-sz Ei' : I F E Dedication In token of our appreciation and gratitude for their sacrifices, we reoerently dedicate this book to Our Parents who have made it possible for us to receive our high school education :: i F 5 U" " ' OPPORTUNITY Master of l111111a11 LlCStll11CS 1111 l l'a111e loxe and fortunes on 111y footsteps ua L1t1es .111cl flelcls l 11 alk l penetrate Deserts and seas remote and passmg by llovel, and mart, and palace, soon or late l knock llllllltlilell, once at every gate! lf sleeping, wake-wif feasting. rise before I turn away. lt is tl1e hour of fate And they who follow me reach every state Mortals desire. and conquer every foe Save cleathg b11t those who doubt or hesitate, Co11cle11111ecl to failure. pe1111ry and woe, Seek 111e in vain and 11selessly implore- l answer not, and l return 11o 11'l01'C.', -john james Ingalls. It w ,. I5 ,415 ', ,VTV7-. N I -125' 1' ' 4 5 if , -E I li ' A up J' N fir5tnf.l?1'ii. E ' '1 O1-ac, G , 5' 7"f.4:." ' 7f'Y.. g-,-1 2 1 5 5 . '1'Hffag'ff1-sg' I THE MULBERRY TREE O it s many s the scenes which is dear to my mind As I think of mv childhood so long left behind' The home of my birth with its old puncheon-floor And the bright morning-glorys that grow ed around the The warped clab-board roof whare the rain it run off Into streams of sweet dreams as I laid in the loft Countin all the joys that was dearest to me And a thmlun the most of the mulberry tree And today as I dream xxlth both ey es xude an ake I can see the old tree and 1ts limbs as they shake And the long purple berries that famed on the ground VVhare the pastur xx as bald xx hare we trompt it around And again peelun up thiough the thick leafy shade I can see the glad smiles of the friends xx hen I strayed 'lo foller them off to the mulberry tree james Whitcomb Riley HA DOI' Ki Y Y 3 .1 i .ly ' Y c I c df 1 c c , , Y Y . . . , , . v. , X Y - s d r S Q 7. I S I ' I ' J K- y . 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Advisory Board 1 'fa Y 33 Eaton Snyder Albert Bailor james Davis H H Yauky Trustee am..-Q ff fi 'M if I Q14 kia 213 fi 4 Fi' "" Q1 V, , f"1"fi -M ::i V i ,..!L.mg,3Ht . Raymond Hause ll1bt0I'X Manu'1lTra1n1ng Athleucs 'l r1 St'1te Lollege 1l1Cll'll'l'l Qtwte NOI'1ll'Il lrwnklm College A sport ln victory or defeat Goldxe LeNore R1eg1e I nffhsh lJI"llll'ltlL5 Northu estern Ln1xers1tx Illdlillla UI11XCfb1tX A B A true frlend IS a thmg worth bemg Cleon O Swayzee Hutmx lnghsh XX 'llY1Sll A li LlllXQl'NltN of Qhn lg Mmgle a l1ttle folly w1th your wlsdom a lxttle nonsense now and then IS pleasant Charles Hawkms Pr1nc1pa1 bueme YN eulner ll'lStltl1tC XXltfClllJCl'g College A 1 Unlxerslty of XXISQOHSIII LX NI One sc1ence only wlll one gemus fmt So vast IS art so narrow human wit Nadi' . 1 Y . . . Q 'A J . 1 V 1 - - . f T - . ' 1 , c c N m L c , c . fl ' ' ,Y -- . 2, , , 1 1 , Y . . . . . X , , , , v . , , . Y J , Y . . U . . . . ,, ' . . Y Q ' . . 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Enrollment by Ages Enrollment by Grades Age Boys Girls Total Grade Boys Girls Total 6 8 12 20 1 10 15 25 7 8 19 27 2 12 25 37 8 13 15 28 3 14 18 32 9 11 17 28 4 16 15 31 10 11 14 25 5 14 16 30 11 13 16 29 6 9 16 25 12 9 13 22 7 16 17 33 13 12 8 20 8 8 9 17 14 10 16 26 9 9 8 17 15 16 10 26 10 14 7 21 16 9 8 17 11 7 8 15 17 7 5 12 12 4 5 9 18 6 5 11 1- -4- - 19 0 1 1 Totals. .133 159 292 , i- -1 - Totals. .133 159 292 These pupils all lived within the township, 121 in town, 171 in the country. Of the total number 123 had lived elsewhere and had attended some other school before their parents moved into this township. ! N. IWUMUIAII K'UlW'M'lalllI'I lWf'lI'Il1W!'l'0l'lW W rK"kKINlI WI WJ I KIHIIHI! IP ll! 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Varsity B. B, 3--l, "Ani l lntrnrlingn 3, "M:1ry's Millions" 4. "You may gre-t -:n Y002lllllllll'y without thinking, but you 1-nnnot think beyond your Ylll'1lblIl2lI'y." Esther Rex-Cliorns l-2-3-4. Latin Contcst Z, Yirc-Prcsidcilt 2, Sccr0ta1'y-Treasurer 3, Orclicstra 4, "Ani l llllfllillllgn 3, "Mzn'y's Millions" -l. "'I'n Inu- for the snkc of In-ing: loved is only lllllllllll, but to lou- for the sake of Inning is 2lll1.1'L'Iil'." Jennings Jacoby---lfliorns 1273-4, Vicc-Prcsiclcnt 3, Sccrctary-'l'rcz1si1rcr -1, Business Mzlnzxgci' ucJl'2lClCu -l. Varsity B. B. l-2-3-4, "Ani I lnti'ucling" 3, "lXlary's Millions" 4. "'l'n lu- trusted is Il jrre-utvr l'0llllllillll'Ili than lu lu- l:n'Nl." W. ,nz ., ,, , ff ,,,.n.r a1Re1chart Ll orus 175-1 Xl ux s 'Xu 1 1 tl lt I 1 Ill hum what ws will Marvm Pellam Llmxus 1 7 3 4 Ni nx s 'XI1l11c xx ix uwur to llwtul to rcusnn ll ln to :son Neta Wllhams Lhorux 1234 Adxutxsmg Mmxggr Crulc 4 N1u Iruldcnt 4 1 I lllllllflllw, 3 'Vlirx s h1llll0ll5 Ilnnk ull wou '-:punk but speak not ull Nou thunk ' W mx 'X-A A 55: " Qfi. Ii i i if ':tf1l5-""" Thelma Wattenbarger--Chorus l-2-3-4, Latin Contvst 2, "Am I Intrndingu 3, 'M:n'v's Millions" 4, Orchcstra l-2-3-4. V "Long: talking: lwggets short In-:lring:." Alton Richards-Art lfditox' "Oracle" 4, "Mzn'y's Millions" 4. "l.ovv ull, trust fm-w, do wrong to nom-.' Elizabeth Miller-Chorus 1-2-3-4, "M:u'y's Millions" 4. "A woman in herself." llx ai ks . Spf i f if V QLQ ir! aj! P? -e' fy, 'Rafi , :gs - Q Fig , r! V ,-JL ii , ,. 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H V ' ,S -12 "' rn V 'r uf 'f nf ' ,Q '17 if " '1f 1-tv ' ' ' v -' ' J fin I, F3 D 3. ,F YL .gi JUNIORS 1 liottoni RowfYiolet Garrison, llelen Vinard, Lueile Troxel, Bernice Miller, Evelyn Antrim, jane Sweet. E K . Second Row-Lewis Davis, Samuel Lehr, John Joe Clendenning, James Cook, Morris Bryan. 'Top Roxvuliennetli Miller, Clifford Bottorff, john Sloan, Gustavus Peter. Class Officers President ...................................... Gustavus Peter lgij .-F ff vit-Q-Ilfesiuem ................................., Kenneth Miller if Secretary-'l'1'easurer ................................ Lewis Davis A Motto-"Invietusy' Colors-Pink and Silver Flower-Sweet Pea 2 fi ' "Z,'Q"?5f7if"- ' ,f'A"'ff1-QQTEZLE - . V F , W - I ,f SOPHOMORES IU tom vm x1 enn 1 10 et ut rc N I wx Q ex IQ en xt 1 logle I sther Stlnery becond Ron 'uneb Xonnt Kenneth Laton Ihle Lollmx IDon1IcI Ietlt IIUILI IIerstheII Bennett I '1uI XX olf lop Ixoxx Iugene Sweet IIIZITXIH Qtet el I lr ICIIJCIIQIHII Ix Sunue Lan bon Raxmond I4lCIxIC Class Off1cers I'CSlKI6IIt Helen Ixeplovle Seuemry Ire uurer Ixenneth I 'Lton Motto Not Dmftmg but Ixonmb on 1lIIx 'md QIINCY I lou er Ixose exif 9' I' t I' '--Ii '. XY ex Y' I I" -ha Is, I'euI.I Ililtv. I II I' -1 I' ' ' , ' 7 , . T ' 5, z . " I j ' I f I , 7,1 Y . " ' '-2 V I ' , " . tk . iz I .' , ', Q: X 11 .' I , ...................................... 5 Vice-President .............................. K. Samuel Lawson .." r ' ' I " of" Col rel" ' . , ' ' T 7 oc- T . , 'f.,f?.?3TQfQ .. , Y r7"'f.s-5' Vi - . - 5 Orac, B FRESHMEN Bottom Row-lilsie Jacoby. Mary Davis, liorotliy Doyle, llelen Garrison, llelen liaton, Ordra Atxvell. ,l'op Roxv-Dorothy Cheesman, Orville Yeager, Kenneth lingler, Floyd Fiekle, Floyd Snyder, Orville Loveless, Robert Clark, John Bennett, Frances Fickle. - Class Officers President ........................................ Robert Clark Vice-President ................................. Frances Fickle Treasurer ....................................... Floyd Snyder Motto A xunnei nev er qllllk and 1 qultter never wins Colors Cireen and White Flon er Su eet Pea H Y. 4 V . 1 f . Y . .,, -' . c 1 ' . 1 , . , fl c ' fl. ' N.'.,'Z"?i5oZQff- ,. ' , 'W'-. f""77'if - H , 1 , ..,,f:L:1En:s!!:fL11i1 2 H i -fi 7 ' EIGHTH GRADE Bottom Roxx R1lph lxeplogle C,'1I'011llC Sl1'1l'l'lIl'1lgC1 Ild1 Selffflltd NI11tl11 Brmd M1r3 Rothenberger George C1r1xes Second Ixoxx esse Sklles Robert Se1gers M1r1e Ixex IJIIICI 156111 lJ1x1N Iex et1 Qnnth Ruth Iehr Top Row Hou 1rd Rothenlwerger I ether Hug oqeph NI11111 R1lph H113 Martin 1I1rshma11 Class Off1cers I'CSldC11t D1r1el IDCTII Dun benretarw IXITYIC lxex xx + f' Y 7 Y , , . 1 . l , . l ' - 4 , 1 . 1 1 c , 4 , ,ZS . 1 1 1 Q i ' Q " Q . . ' ' J, 2" , ,. . 4 ' c p, ' , 4 . V. '- fc , , . c , I . 4 c . c 1 1 1 . C sq u P ................................... . ' . 2 Vice-President ...................... ..... I loward Rothenlmerger ' , , I ' Q Y ' Qi.. "'l'fl"fif3QfS .. , f""'frs:,Y1js2i:1f - I I 5: ' SEVENTH GRADE ttom lxo '-liwtherine XY'l1Il1JlL1' Mary li1"l.l1CCS l3l1fl'l1'IltCY' llelen Duf- field, Mm' 'wet CQQVIUS, l1liz1beth Clenclennin . Second lxoxv-Petty Lecklitner Eclvthe Huffer Dorothy Sh'1w Yella Rohler llclith Miller. osie lhvey llelen Br'1nd. lhircl lx vflirict Sl1yh'1ull1. lhrl Miller oseph Steckel XXilli'1m wcohy Opal White llrlith Mitcnell. l'ourth lxow-XYilli'un R'uns'1y Rrclwth Smith Dwvicl Krwnnnes lwul Elli- son l'l'1rolcl lroxel lJUl1'llClNl'lI'tll1. xoxv-'enn Davis Morris "ie: Kenneth Pitnmn Ilwrl Lancles mx Y llo ' xx . X . 1 , ' . X . , 2 ' 1 gl 1 4 ' 1 g , A Y , ' , 7 f x . , J N .1 ' 1 ' ' 'ox A . 1 Q 'I A . J ' . V 1 J. . . ' l - l x c r 1 , 4 c , L 1 , jc 4 N , 1 ri , Q . 4 'limp I' ill l , blxl N, , , 1. llerhert Rcplogle, Paul Bricker. ' '.T2'?5i?f..j'2. ,. ' .B ' SIXTH GRADE Bottom lxoxx Dorothx Lennett lxuth l'l'1I'Sl1lIl'll1 one Llwrk. Kathryn Mltman Helen Lax ex l xelxn XX alnpler Lmma belgfnecl Irene Doty. Second Ron Iuule lheter Augusta Mwrshall Iomse Glnk Martha Gear- hart Dorothy blnlx Pauhne M1ller Melmda Iandes Naonu Easterly. nett le'1n'1rd Qheesnmn leo Urs 'mn Mwrk ACl'l1Tl XX olf Hugh llendrnkson teaeher mf w ,1 ' iv 1 Q 1 K X. C , J I, . ' c . , , J , , . ni x YT' ,A N. ' y rl C ki y .1 .ni 1 . i ,Q Q I . . , . A Syl, . Top Row-Frederick Brand, Eugene Lowmnan. Paul Mitchell, Raymond Ben- , . . L f Q . , . dx '. . ' l . ' . 'T-"4f3l" "?"l"'7"' 'A' W-7 " 5 fl ,1 21 : i i E ' era ses: ' Q YI! J FIFTH GRADE Hottom lxUXY-Lll'lI'Sl'lCC limndy Murrel Miller Miriam Krammes Beul'1h l ecl'litner lxohertw Smlev Mwry Cleone Flor'1 Edith G'1rrison. Qeconcl Row-john NYolf Evelyn Louise Burkhalter Elnora XYampler Iena r Burns Edith Dietrich Mary Cathryn Bottorff XYilma Louise XX hit- 5' tleherry Jewel Davis. ' lop lxow-Lel'1ncl Smith 'lroy Moore Frederick Marshall ohn lXl2lXL1'1Cl1 ' 'lrret Hwwley Charles XYeiclner Ureal Atwell Henry Dietrich Dana gl1'lI13lYlI'g'CI' Herman Rothenberger. Hugh Henclritkson teacher -my 'K 1 i a v V ts 5 I 1 1 , , , c 7 r 4 x , 1 c J , 1 1 , 1 1 1 v Q v 1 1 v 4 r v . , o ' l ! P4 , . , . C y 1 y - C y 1 Ja I Q 1 4 x v ve c c , - , , . M ffl '?""f"'e 'I'7i"?3Ti .. , ' "'. -.-f"'13'i - M FOURTH GRADE 1'op Sectlon Paul Kramnlee Perry lx1ll1n Charles Ilelschhauer VV1lll?1ITl Gluk Ixoma Harnmel Mary Burkett Mlddle Sect1on ohn Eugene Combs Don Ell1s Bennett Claxton Vmard ohn Vtfesley Hacker Exerett Schelrer Iuretta May Haag GCOYg13 D1etr1cl1 Frances Gearhart Floyd Cheeeman Palge Arnold Daud Snyder Bebs1e acoby Clara Eaeterly Bottom Qectlon Hazel Garrlson IXIHTIOU Faeterly Clarence Osman Ruth Landee LOIS Adamo Margaret Bennett Fllzalmeth Jane Doty Sarah 1 dna Peter teacher rider' l l , . W L, Y ,. . , . K S T K y . . ' - - 7 , v , . . , . . . -J 4 . Y ,, x r , v J V - Y 4 Y ' 1 v ' V 9 V 4 Y - -1 a - a V s 7 , y C ' J ,y C K 5 t ' - , ' ' , ' , : , '7 1? 5 ' Y? Jane Robinson, Dorotha Seigfried. 2 , . "'i'Ti'Yf'1?fi.1f .-33:11 . .I .' 4 ': l i E . 'Yilllxrlgiif ' THIRD GRADE Bottom Row-Louise Shaw, Marv .Frances Hutchison Inez Troxel ean XX eiclner Lola Hall Herbert Laton Lharles Collins Lugene Martin leota Ieters Dorothy Stouse Opal M15 Sxxihart Ruth Moore Evan Alfred burlxhalter becond Row-Max Kranimes, Eileen Garrison, Ruth VVa1npler, Nadine Gar Third Row-NVillia1n Staley, Robert Cook, Phvllis Davis Top Row-Paul Eugene Lee, Lloyd Pickering, Frank Replogle I cln'1 l eter teacher losie Rothenberger teacher , - v J " . 1 . T ,Tec 'q,'i ', . .1 ' 5, f Q , , C . ' " , , 'I . rison, Louise Pickering. 2 . ' , C ' . . : , i . ...AT ,h.l,,,. ,,-.Vega . ' o arsenal- -. if. ,ji,I2.. Q .. . . ' 'f:e:,S'LEEgif - 2 5 . wg- .g ' . h 'Safe' U , SECOND GRADE Bottom hon 11111165 Lombx I ent Iensterm 11- Cl umox 'Xloore Dorothy VXI tx I 'ttou XX Lltlm XXl11tlo1k Mmm ohm Shuel Lwtherme bulor Setoncl Ixoxx In St'ur Lleo Imudes Utmeron Ilhson 'unes Ll"ll11xSl1'IXX 'XIaur11e hasterlw lhxrcl lxoxx eme Lonh'1m Mwrtha Harmon Xhrgwret 'Iroxel Beth IXI"11ll111CN blulxs Rothenlerger Betty Hutnluson Cwxrle X Meers XX eslex Lheesnrm umor XXo1f lop Ixoxx oxeph Cflltk beorge South lur1e1 X,0I'I31l1 Irene Ietklltner Mftbel lX1C1l1K-Hllth 'Xi'1rth1 Mohlel Mftry L Peterx X1rgJ,1111'1 lluxlex N1'llX Lollms lXl'1rth'1 Mme Mltnhell 1461111 Mu Broxxu one Rothenberger teuher Hr 4 , ,,.--,,,, W, L 1 Y 5. . . ' . , . : . , . . - . , , 1 .Y 4 1 . 1 . , A , Y Y I ' . ' ' . , Y , , - :Y ' L 1 ,-1 . 1 Y 1 1 Y 1 1 . ' 1- 7 Y Y Y ' ' ' . ' I '. . ' Y. Y 1 11 1' .. 1 . 41 ., 1 ,4 . , 1 Y Y c . 1 , 1 . J . " ' I , J 1 ' Y Y K K Q I Y A I I 4 g i ' . ' Y. , Y . '. " . ' f , 1 ., 1 - 1 . . , ,c . 1, , . 1 , C , 1 . Y. , Y. . , , . , . . . . . . , Y , . Y MJ , . 1 .1 , , , . 1 C . A 1 Z 'Y 1 ' . Q, T 1 1 ' 1' . Y ' ' . '. ' . I Y 1 Y Y 1 1 . , 1 1 A , 1 1 . 5 . , . . ' "": 1- sr' ' " '2C"'5:f" 7 K - - FIRST GRADE Bottom Row--lxuth M'1rsh'1ll innny Pickering Nina acohy Kenneth Srigfriul XY'1llCl'l Danner Lola Mae XVhitlock Iydia Corbin lllewnor Younf . Top lxow-Dorothy W '1ll11DlCI', 'lommy McClure Kwtie Whitlock ohnnv Mellenrlorf Irene lee, Rov Bennett Marv BOUll'lIl1 Alberta lxuth Os- mftn Georgii Replogle Qarwh Sh'1nah1rger Charles Deitrich. Clifton Icohy. Mrs. M. X. Peters teacher. QL. 'ff'25'l5 IQ .. sell 72-T 7 f C1 Q - 4 xr X- C L v v4 v C 7' b 1 v - v - -- 'J . I 4 , 4 -I , 1,4 .f c, 1 .t c c c , J. v f v "T if sv 4f',?5iQ-' i I E " fwfggg-leg: 4 THE HONOR ROLL The Honor Roll system is very worth while. It fosters higher standards 4 and creates a feeling of competition among members of a class. This gives an incentive to study conscientiously in order to make better grades. To S be on the Honor Roll means not only that a person is brilliant in his work r l b11t also is an all around individual. '- To haxe his name on the Honor Roll a pupil must haye an axerage of nlnety of all h1s grades w1th no grade below e1ghtyf1xe He must be a good Lll17C11 'md show the proper 1tt1tude tow ard h1s w orlx Phe ax erage of h1s LlC1JOlt1I1C1lt m11st be ninety or aboxe He must hue perfect attendance nd an 'tx erage of n1nety 111 punetuallty Members of Honor Roll First Semester Second Semester Seventh Grade Herbert Replogle I dlth Miller Marv A Burkhalter lxatherine Wampler Opal Wh1te Eighth Grade Ralph Replogle Marie Rex Mary Rothenberger Larohne Shanabarger Freshmen Orville Yeager kenneth lzngler Dorothv Doyle Robert Clark I ls1e Jacoby Helen Garrlson Sophomores Helen Replogle Paul 'Wolf Beulah D1eter james Cook Juniors Custayus Peter Helen Vmard Lue1le lroxel Sept 9 4 904 9 928 3 John Joe Clendenmng Semors Donald I on man JLIIIIIIISS Jacoby Neta W1ll1ams Opal Relchart lzsther Rex Ft? Oct Nov Dec 93 92 63 92 949 4 98 9 9 9 3 98 4 92 4 J 933 9 3 9 4 'A Seventh Grade Herbert Replogle Katherine VVampler Mary F Burkhalter Elghth Grade Marie Rex Ralph Replogle Marv Rothenbe1ger Freshmen kenneth lfngler Helen Carrlson Dorothy Cheesman Elsle Jacobv Sophomores Helen Replogle ames Cook Beulah Dieter Juruors Luclle Troxel Gustavus Peter Samuel Lehr Kenneth Miller John Sloan Helen V1nard Semors dll 94 94 94 9 98 U Thelma Wattenbarger 95 75 Fsther Rex 94 Opal Reiehart 9 Donald Lovx man Fe 1 9 93 4 9 91 75 95 75 9 2 92 75 9 94 75 94 91 75 I .fi . . 5. . . J' . 1. 1 f 3. 95 .6 95.7 . ........... .6 2.7 2' ' ........ 91.2 Ol 92 94 ' ......... 90.3 .2 , . . . 91. 9.3 - . f ......... 6. A ......... 90 93 - ' ' - ................. .3 . ..... 5.5 96 97 96 ' ............. 9.3 ' ' .......... 93.5 5. 94 6 , - 1 ......... 95.7 7 - .92 93.3 96 ' fs .... .7 ' i ............ 92.3 1.5 V' 1 ..... . 5.' 9.3 -- , 1 ............. 1.3 92.5 '- - ' ,- .... 91.3 94 93 93.' 5 ......... 90 , ,f ..... .5 1.5 . '-1 , .............. . - ...... 92.3 2' f ........ 91.5 -- '- ..... 91.5 .5 .... 5. . y Paul X1Volf .................. 94 95.75 1 1 . I... 96 9. 97.3 5. J 1 ................ 92 f ......... 93.8 96.5 96.5 96.5 -"--------'-- 5- ' ' ...... .2 93.4 . 1 ........ 92.3 . ' ............... 9.3 . .. V Q V .UH95 958 5.5 96 X ......... ....... 3 ' ....... 91.3 94.3 96.3 93.3 . X """""""' 935 " 'i """ 91' 92 3' L8 .... f.Q.f1f1QffQI 1:4 i 905 93 " ............... 93.5 . 1 .... 91.5 92.3 93 93 - 5 ' .... 91.3 90 91 5 . . -' ..... 90 3. 9.5 , - I ............... .. .5 .5 ' f ...... 90 92.5 ' .............. 1.6 ' ......... 94 94 V' ........ . 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H J Sz ORACLE STAFF 75 z DONALD LOWMAN Editor-in-Chief JENNINGS JACOBY NETA WILLIAMS BUSIIILSS Manager AdVL1"I1Sll1g' Mandgar ALTON RICHARDS THELMA WATTENBARGER Art Fdltor Joke Edltor A ssocmte Fdltcrs OPAL REICHART JENNETTA FLEISCHHAUER ESTHER REX CECELIA DAVIS ELIZABETH MILLER MARVIN PELLAM GOLDIE LE NORE RIEGLE Faculty Advxsor -wh YL L. ' ,B K . f v x ' ' - T 1 , . . , IX Q 1 .' . bu ffl ?I'ffj""'4? i3,.. Z 7f1'ff'f,f'i'3. F .. , - ' - ,4,, L J2 .h:' .262.' I I E PHYSICAL EDUCATION Left to Right-Josie Eavey, Edith Miller, Esther Schiery, Mary Rothen- berger, llda Seigfried, Helen Duffield, Dorothy Doyle, Katherine Wamloler, Leveta Smith, Margaret Goans, Betty Lecklitner, llelen Brand, Martha Brand, Edith Mitchell, Ruth Lehr, Qrdra Atwell, Marie Rex, Elizabeth Clenclenning, Dariel Dean Davis, Helen Eaton, Frances Fickle, Vella Rohler, Dorothy Cheesnian. Helen Stephenson, Instructor. , l"25T,T5TQ! .. f"Tf:QL2F 'gh 1-AU 'I -r .. .- -- . ,- .-NUQZLA.: . --5. ..!iYQ,,., , " 2 W TTYL- ' ' O1-ac G ORCHESTRA Slttmq Tel'111cl 81111111 U111111x M1rx Clecme 111011 13111111 Tuelle Troxel 111110 Isther hex Lmnet 01111 oe Cle11de1111111ff Ll1r111et Lexus D'L11x Cl'1I'1I16t, lx Q'111111el Lux son S'lX01JI'lUl1C Slillillllg Ruth Iehr X1o1111, M'Lrtl1'1 I1r111cl N 101111 Ixe1111etl1 I 1tu11 Banjo tClllY1I'gCT xflljllll 111e Sweet N1ol111 Ixe1111etl1 P1t111111 V10l111 ,ski Y "1 g ' f ' g J I 1 ' D, X ' g K V--1, 1 I . I V. s. K I 'xx , xii 4, Y 1 'K- . .7' " 1 I 'I , ' g ' EC , ', Ma11cloli11g Floyd Snyder, Banjog Violet Garrison, Violing Thelmzl VVat- L ' ,, . gJc V V 7. . 5 , . I Y . . I ' Qi.. V 'f'f2"f1ffXf'l ' Y7"frsr.i" 7E - . W 1 1 h 5 A fvzmagffzwi ' I SENIOR PLAY MARY S MILLIONS Last of Lharictere jack Henderson Mrs ane Stoneham IHITHIC Barneb 1 udora Slilltll I 7ra Stoneham ' ountess Lola De Selles Count N1ctor De Selles Betty Barlowe Mary Mannerb Members of the Chou' Place Rocky Hollow a New England V11lage '11me The Present ennxngs Jacobx Netw vxr1ll111llN Donald I ow 111111 Opwl Rexclnrt Alton Rlchards 'me Sweet Mftrxm Pellqm Ceceha Dax 1S fhelma VN attenbargex Samuel Lehr ohn Sloan listher Rex lnllzabeth M11ler Helen V1n'1rcl Opal Rexchart Act I Inslde the Rockv Hollow Post Off1ce and Geneml Store Act II The Str'1w berry I estlx '1l on the Vlllage Creen Act Ill Same as Act I ' fi Y 95 Qi Y. I f Q . ' ,Y " ' V. A Q J nn.-.....--.nA.-- .....a.-uuuu Q Q 1 Q Q Q Q Q A C C Q J' ' ' ....................................... , ' . J . . . 2 ...... ..... Q 'Q r '. , Q : . ..... ...... ......................... . J . ' Abija Boggs ............ . . . ..... . . . . .............. John Joe Clenclenning f Y. . Q1 aannrnppnuu-..-...-----...-a.-aa-. C V. K. 7 usuaq Q ansuva Q Q nnnuvunnnn Q Q Q saun Q Q QnQsssQnQQ ' V. S 1 'Q 4 Q Q Q ...QQ Q Q Q ---. Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q 7 7 . C i v v v 4 ' -1 ' , 1 ' Qi ' S 1 c . - Q ' ' 7 S ' 'Q ' 1 . l I '?5'vf1?"97f L If'fl'f3'ff5.'-T ' Y'm.1'-fill" - ----J' iz Q i 'WZTYL- "fEiC. f JUNIOR PLAY "BILLY,, Cast of Characters Billy Hargrave, a Football Hero . . Alice llargrave, his Sister ...... john llargrave, his Father Mrs. llargrave, his Mother ......... Mrs. Sloan ........................ Beatrice Sloan, Mrs. Sloan's Daughter Captain ........................... Doctor ............................ lioatswain ......................... Sailor ............................. Steward ........................... ohn . Gustavus Peter ,... Jane Sweet joe Clentlenning ...... Lucile Troxel Evelyn Antrim Violet Garrison .. . . John Sloan .. Morris Bryan Clifford Bottorff Lewis Davis ,...... Samuel Lehr Stewardess .................................. . .......... Act 1-Afternoon. Att 11 lixe Minutes later Att lll lhe Next Morning .. Helen Vinarcl . 1 :' Y ' , . 4 . f 1 Y - S i' A . Q. ' if-.'3wE71?75f'Q' ,. ' 'Y mfifgi if - A H THE LECTURE COURSE The Lecture Course, sponsored by the Senior class, was again included among the entertainments of the year. As Juniors, the members of the class selected the talent they desired and signed a contract with a representative from the XVabash Lyceum lin- reau, Incorporated. In the autumn, Mulberry and the surrounding community were can- vassed to obtain as large a ticket sale as possible. It was necessary that a certain per cent of the contract cost of the Course be pledged before the company would guarantee the talent. The class managed the ticket sale and prepared the auditorium for each number of the Course. Twenty per cent of the proceeds was retained by the class and utilized in the publication cost of the Annual. The Course consisted of four very interesting numbers. The first num- ber was given on October 20th. The Chester R. Scott Orchestra, a company of five very talented members, gave a very pleasing musical program. The second number was iyen b osemh Crowell on Deecmber 13. g Y l He gave a very satisfactory program consisting of songs readings and im- personations. The Internation il Duo was the third number. It was Ofiven anuarv 11th. The two young ladies gave a miscellaneous program consisting of readings and 1nstrumental music on the uolin banjo and piano They also gave the playlet Around the VVorld , in which they represented the people of the different countries visited The last number was giy en February 18th by John VV Frye and Com pany Mr Frye vu as a magician and did some very clex er and astonishing stunts which greatly pleased the children This sort of entertainment is delightful and beneficial It is usually furnished by talented people and offers an hour of pleasant recreation which is enjoyed by all who see or hear it It is close to our homes and 18 really port a Lecture Course 91 fl . V L y f s I . . . V. . , . , . U as vs - - , Q worth our time and money. We hope that the future classes see fit to sup- + i er "'.?1"5fT.iff5Jf .. . 'f'w-sriig-' UNIMUMIIKIALLIMKIMIIIWI Nlllldilm WINIHI li KIHKIMLI WMI! I X'll'I4l'J 11 LKII 'Il W1 W1 111 xgf gi 1. -2.-..g. 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Date October 29 November 6 November 12 November Dex ember December December anuary 7 January 15 anuary 71 Ianuary 28 lebruary 4 February 12 I ebruary 19 February 23 March 5 111. Donald Bryan lacoby Peterb Sloan Dame 1 nkle VX olf Lou man l CllWP1'lgl1tl1 l exus P1214 : 5 I BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Opponent Clark's Hill Wea Iefferson Jackson Twp Colfax Forest efferson Forest Rossulle K1Tkl1H Colfafc Clark 5 Hlll Sc1rclex1lle lackson 'I xx p XX e1dner Rosevllle Place Here Here There There There Here Here There Here Here Here There 'l here Here Here 1+ ranlxfort Record of Players Fleld Goals Fou 19 f 3 10 ' 17 I J . J H . . .................... 45 ........................ 57 ' ........................ 33 , ......................... 3 ....................... .. 8 Vi ........................ 1 7 ......................... 4 f ...................... 1 ,' , ................... 3 .. "Q ......................... 1 ALUMNI DIRECTORY 1900 Ray Pyke Address Unknown. Nellie Boylard Muse St. Louis Mo. 1901 Carrie Youndt Hunsicker Frankfort Ind. Josie Koons Ruch Frederick Okla. Orpha App Mulberry Ind. Nellie Peters Albertson Oakland Calif. Josie Steckel Hacker Mulberry Ind. Troy Earhart Panama Canal Zone. Chen Balser Mohn Kokomo Ind. 1902 Dora Ehresman Lordsburg Calif, Guy Davis Mulberry Ind. Dana Hoch Mulberry Ind. Charles Bailor Deceased. Alma Bailor Unger Indianapolis n . 1903 Edna Waldron Fields Indianapolis Ind. Lawrence Combs Panama Canal Zone. Buren Kinniman Decatur Ind. Lula Combs Clapper Mulberry Ind. 1904 Homer Gable, Monticello, I11d. Edith Martz Combs Deceased. Bertha Kern Rothenberger, Mulberry, Ind. Grace Osterday Adams, Mulberry, Ind. Mary Brown Thomas, Mulberry, Ind. Merlin Lecklitner Bryan, Mulberry, Ind. Elmer Zeigler, Mulberry, Ind. Eugene Clapper, Deceased. Thomas Steckel, Delaware Ohio. 1906 Dora Kyger Bryant, Fickle Ind. Mable Richards, Indianapolis, Ind. Merle Albaugh Burkhalter Mulberry, In Jesse Smith Hall, Frankfort, Ind. Raymond Clark, Mulberry, Ind. Wilbur Bailor, Millwood, Wash. Meigs Lecklitner, Mulberry, Ind. David Rutan, Port Chester, N. Y. 1907 Verle Lannum, Chicago, Ill. Elda Fickle Bennett, Mulberry, Ind. Ola Horney Mertz, Deceased. --... ...., --..-.,..Y- .. ,.. Prrff' ff- L- I E. f".,Ifj', Albert Bucks Camden Ind. Fred Mertz Mulberry Ind. Rhea Funk Deceased. Charles Lecklituer Mulberry Ind. 1908 Fay Earhart Dobson Pittsburgh Penn. Lelia Rebman Bryan Mulberry n . Coila Smith Lecklitner Mulberry n . Russell Bonham Mulberry Ind. Ross Miller Mulberry Ind. Orpha Miller El Centro Calif. Myrtle Sheperdson Black West Lafayette n . 1909 Bertha Zeigler Miller Mulberry Ind. Mary Gangwer Mulberry Ind. Roy Doty Mulberry Ind. Artus Burkhalter Mulberry Ind. Elmer Rex Mulberry Ind. Lawrence Whitteberry Frankfort Ind. Lela Bryan Elstun Hammond Ind. Ruth Miller Rutan Deceased. Bernice Clark Zeigler West Lafayette n . Gertrude Brown Combs, Avery, Ind. Cleveland Combs Mulberry Ind. Florence Whitteberry Chilcut, Frankfort n . 1910 Edna Gable, Mulberry Ind. Dora Baughman Hedder, La Porte, Ind. Clem Miller, Indianapolis, Ind. Daisy Gould Rex, Mulberry, Ind.- Garnet Slipher Miller, Mulberry Ind. Bertha Kenny Combs, Mulberry Ind. Sadie Combs Peters, Mulberry, Ind. Martha Combs Robinson, Gettysburg, Penn. Fern Hart Thompson, Mulberry, Ind. Ruth Downey Miller, Hillsboro, Ind. Forest Miller, Hillsboro, Ind. Fern Richards, Indianapolis, Ind. Melvin Zeigler, West Lafayette, Ind. Bessie Thomas Garwood, Deceased. Nellie Keifer Comley, Fowler, Ind. Nellie Earhart Reiter, Deceased. . Z"':..-.QQLQQ1 , -r , , B it F Y Y I I I Y 1 1 , , Y , , y 9 ' ' Y Y 1 Y I d i 7 Y I , I d , , v s Y . , 1 , . - 1 . -y . Je11n1e Rlchards, Indlanajolis, Ind. 3 7 3 I d 3 Y Y 7 Y Y . Y Y , , I d , . Y Y ' 7 7 Y , , y Y F Y Y Y Y Y I J I d . 3 1 I d Y ! . 7 , d . V'-gligwlgfggf ' .. f--I 'E Gif " 2 E Q 5 I 1911 Harry Need, San Pedro, Calif. Carl Koons, Indianapolis, Ind. Ruth Rothenberger, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Mary Rothenberger, Deceased. Pearl Long Rothenberger Frankfort I1 . R. R. Naomi Sweet Akron Ohio. Dora Martz Hendricks Mulberry Ind Marie Miller Burlington Ind FthelE1kens Mt Emma Arizona Pearl Allen HC3VllOl1 Jefferson Ind Helen Weaver Bonham Bellefontaine Ohio Mvrtle Harshman Thompson Jefferson n Lexus Harshman Ft Wayne Ind Arthur Rothenberger Hoopeston Ill Maurice Buck B1cknell Ind William Fngler Indianapolis Ind LLIIIUS Buck New Benjamin Bosse H S Evansville Ind 1912 Faye Cook Stair Mulberrv Ind Elizabeth Combs Allen Colburn Ind Clora Farhart Marshall Mulberry Ind Sam Bonham Bellefontaine Ohio Esther Stalev Moore Indianapolis Ind Ruth Thompson Ardashier Jefferson Ind Oakley Iandes Lafayette Ind Ralph Williams Chicago Ill Vvllllalll Hankey Deceased 1913 Blanche Ficklc Baltimore Md Russel Seigfried Purdue University Charles Kleinsmith Mulberry Ind Mary VV1ll1ams Washington D C Frnest Peters Frankfort Ind Ray IRCIIS Lafayette Ind Hugh Richards Chicago Ill John D Yundt Wheeling Ind Luclle Weidner Frankfort Ind Mina Thompson Peters Frankfort Ind Ottie Baughman Lowell Ind Paul Smith Pittsburgh Penn Harrell Sims Chicago Ill Ross Hart Frankfort Ind R R 1914 Florence Youndt Kelly Indianapohs n Paul Weidner Charleston S C N? Lucy Snuyder Higgs, Brookville, Ind. Goldie Rex, Mulberry, Ind. Edith Kenny Harshman, Lafayette, Ind R. R. Jewell Bayne, Chicago, Ill. Mildred Burkhalter Bailey Beaumont Texas. Lena Cook Foltz Bremen Ind. Mary Fleischhauer Lecklitner Frankfort I R R Elmer Rothenberger Deceased Maynard Philhppe Frankfort Ind J C Smith Tampa Fla Elnora Elchinger Brumbaugh Kendall ville Ind Claude Jacoby Logansport Ind Garrett Peters Teuville N J 1915 Pauline Miller Fulton Burllngton In Bruce Lovnman Columbus Ohio Dr Floyd Mltman Bippus Ind Blanche Ayers Sharp Lafavette Ind Charles Seagers Danville Ill La Greta Lovxman Missoula Mont Russell Bayne Deceased George Erdel Frankfort Id R R Russell Weaver Sc1rclev1lle Ind Gladys Blackhdge Frankfort Ind Robert Gehres Bloomington Ind Frank Erdel Buena Vista Texas 1916 Mary Youndt Gricc Cairo Fgypt Lena Rothenberger Rhamy Indianapolis n June Adler Peters Lafayette Ind William Hedderick Indianapolis n Mary Buck Gaer Rossville Ind Clarence Miller Mulberry Ind Hazel Bailey Mulberry Ind Anna Lester Rlggle Akron Ohio Karl Clendenning Mulberry Ind Howard Peters Lafayette Ind Clarence jenkins Mulberry Ind 1917 Lily Kent Guild Fairland Ind Dea11 Richards Deceased Fdyth Williams Vogel Danville Ind Cleo Hammel Akron Ohio Ruth Bailey Shuel Mulberry Ind Norvan Mlller Burlington Ind Genevieve Yundt Mills Mulberry Ind , y 1 ld, V 1 y , Y V ' 1 , , , nd., . , . , . , . , . , , - , . - , , , . . , , . 1 1 - . 7 7 7 ' I d. 1 , . ' S , . , . , , , . . Y 7 ' y , , . . . 4 , , 1 Y ' . . . V 7 ' , , . ., , . , , . , . 1 . 1 ' , , - , Yx ' Y 3 ' , 1 ,, - . X , , 1 9 ' , A , , n ., . . 4 1 1 ' - - . . , , . ' I ' v ' , - X ' . . , , . . M , , . . 1 - 1 ' - . , , , . , 1 - , , , , , . 4 1 1 Y ' , , I 1 - , , I d. ' ' ' 1 1 - 1 1 ' - , , . 4 ' ' ' ' .1 f 1 - , 1 - , , . 1 1 - , , . - 1 1 ' , , . 1 1 ' , , . 1 7 ' , , . . . . . . , , , Y D ' I . . , , . , 1 . . , . . , , . 1 1 '1 ' - - 9 1 ' , , . 1 1 I d' - 1 1 - - 1 1 ' - 1 1 - Eff 1 " - . Ora. Emma Cook Mulberry Ind. Maurice Peters Springfield Ill. Madge Allen Kluth West Lafayette Ind Earl Fleischhauer Chicago Ill. Charles Clendenning Deceased. Arvid Bayne Seattle Wash. Kathryn Starkey Nastzger South Bend n . Henry Nowold Wilmington Ohio. Iola McDolc Yaugh Lafayette Ind. 1918 Edna Brown U. of Illinois Urbana Ill Imo Thompson Frankfort Ind. R. R. Ethel Smith Lecklitner Frankfort Ind. R. R. Hulda Smith Campbell Frankfort Ind. Mary Slipher Mutschler Nappanee Ind. Inez Yeager Bayles Browns Valley Ind Esther Collins Deceased. Dale Ehresman Mulberry Ind. Fern Dunk Norris Indianapolis Ind. Edward Fitzgerald Mulberry Ind. Florence German Layman Frankfort Ind NVilmer Good Frankfort Ind. Harriet Lester Greenford Ohio. Lloyd Newhouser M. D. Philadelphia Opal Dryer Dunk, Mulberry, Ind. Penn. Raymond Troxel, Mulberry, Ind. Emery Hart Deceased. 1919 Muriel Heddrick Ruminer, Detroit, Mich Rowe Fickle, Mulberry, Ind. Beatrice Herr Russell, Frankfort, Ind. Russell Bryan Mulberry Ind. Mildred Lo-wman Butterfield, Middleton Ohio. Florence Jacoby Ramsey, Frankfort, Ind. Clarence Peters Chicago Ill. Laura Gum Houmard, Pyrmont, Ind. Edna Youndt Harshman, Mulberry, Ind. Raymond Fleischhauer, Chicago, Ill. Ruby Yundt Kahre, Peru, Ind. Mildred Bryan Webb, Chicago, Ill. Mae Herr Sparks, Quaro, Cuba. Howard Miller, Burlington, Ind. 1920 Mary Lehr Redenbaugh, Portland, Ore. Mary Troxel, Mulberry, Ind. Edna Peters, Mulberry, Ind. Nellie Davis, Mulberry, Ind. ' fTHQ? 'Q 'TEH 4 8 Nina Reed Hackelman Indianapolis 11 . Gladys Seager Vice Mulberry Ind. Floyd Allen Mulberry Ind. Dallas Ruch Mulberry Ind. Carl Newhouser Clinton Ind. Lela Eichinger Steele Montmorenci I1 . R. R. Gretchen Sigrist North Hampton Ohio. Alma Jacobs Gordon San Antonio Texas. 1921 Kenneth Jacoby Purdue Mulberry n . Freda Harsnman Rutan Mulberry Ind. Helen Thatcher Gable Mulberry Ind. Bertha Burkhalter Snyder Mulberry n . Raymond Stump Frankfort Ind. R. R. Alvin Newhouser RFossville n , Roy Peters Portsmouth R. I. Edna Smith Mulberry Incl. John Lehr Mulberry Ind. Maurice Kleinsmith Mulberry Ind. 1922 Lauros Rutan Mulberry Ind. Ruth Lowman Mulberry Ind. Ross Williams Mulberry Ind. Josie Rothenberger, Mulberry, Ind. Morris Fickle, Mulberry, Ind. Mabel Hurley Ruch Mulberry, Ind. Ross Fleischhauer, Mulberry Ind. Thelma Mitchell, Mulberry, Ind. James Kent Philadelphia, Penn. Helen Flora Clark, Mulberry, Ind. Mildred Lewis, Mulberry, Ind. 1923 Alton Troxel, Mulberry, Ind. Grace Williams Kleinsmith, Mulberry, Ind. Herbert Ruch, Frankfort, Ind, Elmer Bricker, Fort Lauderdale Fla. Charles Youndt, Indianapolis, Ind. Leora Rothenberger, Indianapolis Ind. Helen Rodocker, Frankfort Ind. Glenn Mitchell, Mulberry, Ind. Nelson Combs, Indiana Med. School, In- dianapolis, Ind. Dorothy Clark, State Normal, Terre Haute, Ind. 1924 Eldo Fleischhauer, I. U., Bloomington, Ind. Albert Peters, Mulberry, Ind. Maxine Harshman, Frankfort, Ind., R. R. v 7' 31-.Qi"7l'-' f I Z 4 , , , , I d 9 I Y I 1 J 7 Y Y Y 7 U Y Y I I Y 7 l Y . , ld, I d , , , , , , I 7 1 , , , I d Y 1 ! V , , f 1 y Dale Williams, Mulberry, Ind. 7 ' ' v y , , I d y , y y 1 y - , , I d i y ! 1 3 1 ! , y 7 Y , , 3 Y . , I 7 I 7 I V I , , , . I , , , Y Y , ' I . l 1 . , , , l I Dorothy Lowman, Purdue, Mulberry, Ind. Ruth Steckel Miller, Lafayette, Ind., R. R. Eula Yeager, Zionsville, Ind. Geneva Rothenberger. Gary, Ind. Mary Smith, Mulberry, Ind. Leona Smith, Mulberry, Ind. 1925 Murl Yeager, Deceased. Catherine Osterday, Purdue, Mulberry, Ind. Herbert Miller, Mulberry, Ind. Maurice Ruch, Lafayette Business College, Mulberry, Ind. Ward Clendenning, Frankfort, Ind., R. R. Hazel Dryer Linton, Washiiigton, D. C. Jennings Davis, Mulberry, Ind. Hazel Williams, Mulberry, Ind. ---f ... W., -----'fe M rf ' f:.H1.f'f ff, .,'I. 'l- Liufff. f 1926 Grace Clendenning, I, U., Mulberry, Ind. Norman Booher, Purdue, Mulberry, Ind. Ruth Martin, Mulberry, Ind. Mary German, Mulberry, Ind. Byron Pugh, Lafayette Business College Mulberry, Ind. Nellie Herr, Frankfort, Ind., R. R. Evelyn Davis Shields, Mulberry, Ind. Merritt Collins, Frankfort, Ind., R. R. 7. Goldie Arnett, Lafayette Business College Mulberry, Ind. J. C. Lowman, Purdue, Mulberry, Ind. Faye Leibenguth, Mulberry, Ind, Maurice Clendenning, Mulberry, Ind. " n'Q"77.1 4 w 1 This insert is printed on BLACK AND WHITE Coated Book made by HILL 8: COLLINS CO. . U if f'1f'.T 71 10 oc 43,-1 "Pf of SC' 4-K AQ I J keen- 5. .Hx Ex -4 fql, ZFEHK 4, 'gi' ,QM QB' RlEMllNllSClENClE illemory brightens o'er the pasl, As when the sun concealed Behind some cloud that near us hangs, Shines on a distant field. '-LONGFELLOW Perhaps it is well that human nature deplores the present and glorifies the past. In idle moments it is comforting to permit the mind to shine back on distant fields of pleasant experiences Thus, this memory book will serve you and prove the source of real future pleasure. For Stafford combines these elements with the artistry, the quality and the workmanship which entitle it to bear the phrase . . . Engraved by Stafford STAFFORD ENGRAVING COMPANY l E g Stafford Building L Vip! QN 'Ju 'H Indianapolis af si' -233 411 .A , 9 S 's til' is F. J lr 2 ' .E Y r 32 if It - 2 Clrazca B E -makes the goin' easier 2 A E LIVE E GROWING S BANK ACCOUNT E -at this convenient bank E Mulberry Bank E Cf? Trust Co. 1S a good Jolt absorber for the rough spots 1n 11fe guaranteed lt s 1n the co operatlon umMMMWWMMMWWMMWWMMWMMWMMWMMMWWWWWWWMMMWWWWMWWMMW 2 ' cc' as 1 4 ,, . . E 4 2 ' ' -! 1 , E 3' . , . . f 1 I n-nn i 4: SF 3" .fl'7f'Q?i,'-T .,,, , f :""'7 'Y 'ig YH HAVE YOU TRIED FRIENDLY SERVICE? E V Culbertson Battery Servtce MULBERRY INDIANA Mr. Sxxayzee in Amerimn l-listorv Class during '1 discussion on squwt ter sovereignty Tell us 'xbout the squ'1tters Marvin Qteckle' VVell all 1 knoxx 15 tlmt thex' xx ere people who xx ent out west and settled down tained from impure water ennetta Ileisahhauer Hy msillatiou Slaybau h s Ca e and Cortfeottonary Flcmmgam 62 Booker HARDWARE OF QUALITY Your Satlsfactlon 1S our only Success Ill 1 5 - Y -.I . A C I O 3 7 C J V 1 rs i Q 1 va ' ff V ' 1 V1 I . , , 1 t Y! Question on Physics Exam.: 'lTell metlwcl by xvhiclm pure water is olm ' Fl J T ' ii . as V ' 1' ', xy 9 O J C Q CC ' ' ' ,H , ,.,,,.-...,,, ....,., - V :-.-- If-V-11.4 A, .,1, j.,fZ1.,- .. , ' . F 2 msw Y-1 .,r u "1 'L u I. K .Zi f'51 Ig? 24? ' 7. .V .. V., . ,..A , .- , 33 if lv .4 IF IT IS A GIFT, WE HAVE IT Thurman Jewelry Company The Hallmark Store Eyes Tested and Glasses Fitted East Side Square FRANKFORT, INDIANA W Farmer: 'fVVhy are you in that cherry tree ?" Small Boy: "Because there's a sign below: 'Keep off the grassf The conductor entered the car and called: "Tickets !" The little girl in the front seat handed hers to him. But a few minutes later when the news- hoy opened the door and yelled: "Chewing gum!" the little girl exclaimed: "No you don't. I gave you my ticket but you don't get my gum." J r m A School Worth Considerin During 1926 thls school recelved 456 calls for office help-an aver age of 38 calls a month A business education always pays those who are fully prepared for lt enables them to secure pleasant posi tions to hold them and to advance into increasingly profitable po s1t1ons to say nothing of the advantage it gives in handling one s own personal affaiars School the year round Enter any Mon day Call write or phone for free Budget of Information Lafayette Busmess College ROY H PUTERBAUGH Manager Painters 8: Decorators Bldg N Sixth St LAFAYETTE INDIANA PY..-'S it 4' ! H " 5 '97 1 k"" ffff-'fff". 1 - ' ' a--'Xfrif' - N -" f-iii-in--' ' : -- 2 415, - J K Citizens National Bank of Mulberr MULBERRY, INDIANA Y W Vkfhere does steel wool come from? Off the sheep on the lron mountains, of course. james Yount tin Plane Geometry Classj: "XVl1y is E. D. at the 3 1 pn H ent of everv proposition. VVhy not put 'Yours tru y Mr llause Qin I-Leon Qlass VVhat people are included under clerltal LLLll1JZllClUI1S? Donald Lou man Ministers FICKLE FICKLE FICKLE MEATS GROCERIES BAKERY R E Flckle SZ Sons M 1 . .U ' as ' " . ' 1 'A ' '- Il H 23 ...V .". f ' f' "r'-21.25 - 'V A SQUARE DEAL FOR ALL Is our Motto for 1927, just as in the years gone by THE BEST IN GROCERIES, SHOES, DRY GOODS, ETC. The Weidner Company MULBERRY, INDIANA l . Dick was almost drowned last night. How come? The pillow slipped, the bed spread, and he fell into the spring. Miss Riegle: "Earl, spell the plural of eight." Earl Leilmenguth: "N-I-N-Ef' The latest song ditty: "Sweep no more, my lady." 4 1 J. W. Williams Dale C. Williams Ross K. Williams ' TH I l ' ' V ' w wlucnurm .1 i STO RB, J W Williams SZ Sons Dealers in Hardware, Stoves and R I Implements LETS GO' HIGH SCHOOL' Mulberry Indiana Y. W ' "1'TI'I5f,Ti,'-if ,. ' V V Y 7 v-ISQEQF - ,Q 4 -7- l I E ' 'lvfglg-legif Rafi' 3... A - ', 2, A ...., , Q, 1- ...,.fK.,,,Y. :C I- - hV.,.,71, Q. XA... - Q 1 Q 5 I aw gg' 5236 J 1 GILBERT S Portrait Studio FRANKFORT INDIANA Photographs of Q u a l 1 t V The Gift of Friendship Enlarging Portraits in Colors and General Commercial Work A f sr' .aa rf 7 . ' ' ' 1'ffw:.- 55 1 ' , 11 F3 59 wf A! v fi -I 4 2-:Lp v " 3',,:iif5' 3qfgg"T ,1j5, . K . ' : 1 5 ' 4 fig . . ff K 1 F N I "fi 'Fi :rf ls: 4'- ff I i .4 AL THOMAS Staple and Fancy D. H. YUNDT Groceries "Barnyard Furniture" Cigars and Tobacco Mulberry, Indiana Fruits in Season f 4' Professor: "Have you ever clone any public speaking?" Stucle: "VVell. l proposed to a girl over the telephone in my home town once." 'Twas in a restaurant they met. One Romeo, one Julietg 'Twas there he first fell into debt, For R0meo'd what Juliet. 4 Z GRAIN, COAL, SEEDS, FLOUR, FEEDS AND FEED GRINDING I Always at Your Service-All Ways Mulberry, Indiana Mulberry and Dayton W lf' J 26 Mulberry Sales-Service FORDS FORD TRUCKS FORDSONS Give Us a Call We Treat You Right sets,-1? l,. 51- 1 ,. '..g 1 P .- F ' . ' Y'-Kee gan: -- Cozxad Dunk Eleetrle Co EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL At Flaningam 8z Booher s Mr. Swayzee Qin American History Class : What was the Mayflower Compact? Cliff Bottorff: Uh l suppose they were so crowded on the boat that they c'1llecl it compact. A son 'lt college wrote to his father: No mon no fun your son rlhe father 'mgweredz How sad too had your dad. THE STYLE HEADQUARTERS OF THE YOUNG MEN OF CLINTON COUNTY L System College Clothes KELLO gf GARNIER Frankfort, Indiana Over C11nton Co Bank Y W a..m...z' we L- 14.13. .- . . I X - ' I I 2 " ' ur- ua- . h - ,. O 314 ' , 1 A C 5 44 3 !! I In , S Z S! if Y 5 x 1 , ' ii 7, C s L , , Z9 'E FP 99 W rl , ,,xA. : 1 5 5 I was-.aifcsi CEI? Phones: Office 645g Res. 1126 Instructor of Clarinet WARD J. MARTIN Saxophone and Banjo ' Studio D . entlst 452 West Clinton St. South Side Square FFa11kf0I"f, Ind- FRANKFORT INDIANA I Instrument Repairing a ' Specialty E M rrrr t Kirrt .4 . SPALDING BOOKS ATHLETIC GIFTS GOODS NOVELTIES DECKER BROTHERS 518 520 Ma1n St LAFAYETTE INDIANA SOCIAL AND CQMPLETE COMMERCIAL OFFICE STATIONERY OUTFITTERS Phone 17 6 WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY and Everything for Parties HERB KILMER JEWELER Frankfort West Side Square N V ,J 1 1 I I I R I md? 1, , -'ia ,y -fgff U , f.-- M.--. .. A .f 5 7.!ax.26L.f"- -. r 'fi 1 "lil ,Fi 'A , 1' ' E 's' 1 N1 1. fi 55? FF I I I 5 . "5ffG.gXgl?Eif - K OWEN SKILES, Prop. GUY DAVIS, Mgr. I Jackson Highway Garage Chevrolet Cars United States and Goodyear Tires-Storage Batteries-Recharg- ing-Accessories and Repairing MULBERRY, IN DIANA So the rather hard-of-hearing, the Rev. Mr. Bishop, was entertained at dinner at the home of one of his church members. "Do you like bananas ?" asked the little girl sitting beside him. "Eh, what did you say?" inquired the Rev. "Do you like bananas Fl' repeated the little girl. "VVell, er, yes, I do-but I prefer the old-fashioned night shirts," an- swered the Rev. H C COOK ARCH LESTER Druggist Painter and Decorator Developing and Printing Wall Paper Sold of Pictures Mulberry, Indiana Mulberry Indiana M E KLEINSMITH FURNITURE AND UNDERTAKING Mulberry Indiana ma P lm . .xi BLA When Starting a Checking Account consider this bank with adequate Capital and Surplus, and gov- erned by local men whose pleasure it will be to serve and assist you to the safety limit. We'd like your business, you'll like our service Resources S1,000,000.00 Clinton County Bank 62 Trust Company FRANKFORT, INDIANA I- "We1l, I showed up the teacher before the whole class again today." "Yeh? Put us wisef, xc She asked for Lincoln's Gettysburg address, and I told her he never lived there." udge: 'I understand, madain, that you want a divorce, but on what grounds ?" VN oman Any your honor as long as he lsn t allow ed on them Shakespeare realized Centuries ago that It was advisable for folks to be partlcular of their personal appearance when he said Costly thy R Il- raiment as thy purse can buy rich, not gaudy for the apparel oft proclaims the STANDARDIZED man Dry clean1ng was unknown Cleanlng Eapresslng in his day If Shakespeare K SCTVICC were living 1n this day he would be a friend of the Gar Approaches Perfection ment Cleaner It will be a pleasure to serve you Royal Garment Cleaners Frankfort Crawfordsville Lebanon Elwood Kokomo ,end 5' J' I S 7 . U 7 V V. . ' . I V H . . ' Cl 1 ,f . . Z? I . ' 1 n , 5 77 . , . , . . , , 3 I i I l 0 ' IL --------------------....--a , 234501 Bllllll l2l3l1l5Illl1l8I!20!l2115'M15 - . . . C 276 41 'tf1"Z15at'11 V, . 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Swayzee: "l clon't really know. I never took Physicsf' L . s . " s' s n e or orn. Mr Hau'e' Are successful bu mes me mad b 7" Jennings Jacoby: "Both." Love is like a cafeteria. You go in grab the best in sight-then pay 'or' afterward. Blake 62 Ham JEWELRY GIFT SHOP Clmton County s leadlng Jewelry store for over half a century Constantly g1v1ng sat- ' isfacuon and protect1on to the pub11c Frankfort, Indiana Established 1874 J LESLIE ROWE Prop ski if z l lt . ' l .4 1 , ra . 5 s W 1 if' a , r A g mrs- ref, ' , ..,. 2 i "' " Reliable Merchandise W' N' Clark At prices you want to pay Evggrfgjgiy gllzafger All h Y . . t e ear Job Printing H e fa l A. Weaver SZ S0nS Mulberry Reporter Lady Qto little boyj : "VVhat are you crying for, sonny?', Little Boy: "My brother and l were having a racerto see who coulcl lean out the window farthest, and he won." Mr. Swayzee: "XVhat does the author mean by 'normal times'?" Violet Garrison: "VVay things ought to be." Mr. Swayzee: "VVell, l am supposed to be at home at ten o'clock at night and here at nine o'clock in the morning which plice 'un I normal?" Violet Garrison lt must be at home LCREX It s a Black Business Blacksm1th1ng But We Treat you Wh1te VUlCaH1Z1Ug Top Work 100 per cent Service DANA HOCH Mulberry Indiana Mulberry Indiana Good Morning, Judge Your Honor, We understand now why you decided where to get your Groceries, Meats and Vegetables Because We have followed your advice and trade there, too The home of the Best HARRY ARNOLD In the Old Big 4 Stand Mulberry Ind1ana M .4 x ' i l W W a, 1 A . , . , -:E+ I . h E . '-Xpm gffzii I fx' Ig.. TS.'f'1"fff L14 7 - ' l 2 WELS -ww M G. L. ADAMS Exfefything B Real Estate, Loans and to Build ar Repalr Insurance a Cottage or Mansion Mulberry, Fond Mother' "Has your beau proposed yet?" Very Modern Daughter Not yet but I thmk he urll tomght F M Why? 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