Muncie Central High School - Magician Yearbook (Muncie, IN)

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07126 magician From the Sleeve of the 1926 Wizard 'ON 'C MZ! QW lr A E 1 n Q' X? XG 3 Q' ' fi: 09 ,M .A Xiqiws va! 'tiki ' .W E9 ' vw at : ,Irs f fgb, 'hi 249 nl - ,W Mb E E 15 2 yi! MUNCIE HIGH SCHOOL Muncie, Indiana Foreword The wand of the 1926 Parlor Magiciarrz discloses to you a chapter in the lzfe of Central High. I Introduction r 'W L I Q9 MHS eD 'Q Behinaiinn Bear gHHzxrie lancusferz lienause gnu are the nun fnhnse hzmhs hnhe suutheh nur phgsicial ininriesg fuhn has pleas- zmtlg zrcruseh us nf cut periuhsg in shnrt, he- cause gum' persuualitg has gaineh the frirnh- ship nf the 1925 rlzxssg in gnu fur hchiruie this hunk- Ghz gmzrgician Staff Q0 1926 Contents .XIJNIlNIS'l'lQ,X'VIf JN CLASSICS UIQGAXIZATI1 PNS ,X'lxIII,lC'l'lCS l I l'RIi JR MICRCI IQXNTS 1 f 1 A dminis tration V Q9 MHS W I.. S. MXRT1 X Principal 14446 P W li l u. 0. LANN1NG Q W 1X5S1Sf2Ll1t 11l'111C11J2ll X N Y., CQ.. d9 1926 QQ The School Board W 1 4 4 FREDERICK F. MCCI,E1.LixN, President GEORGE L. HAYMONIP ..... TrCaSurer IQDXVARD TUHEY ............ Secretary FRANK E. ALLEN ...... Supt. of Schools GLEN D. BROWN ..... Business Director diiwii? ., l fbi H MM-uf' -15, .1 .4 K' Y L . ...MQ Q .. 61 GRACE FERN MITCHELL VELM.-X C. MINOR El.lZ4XFSliTH COLEMAN lixeeutive and lfinnneial See- Audit Clerk and lJlZlCC1llClll Clerk and Switch retarv to Board of Education Stenographer Board Operator end Superintendent 1926 Df4 'e DQQ WM we-1w'5 ac-: MHS c wQ SUSAN B. NAY Dcan of Girls ,XL'l'liN,X llU'l'CIllNS Librarian DICBORAH EDXY.-XRIJS Head of linglish Department MARY lil ISELE English Lfl.i'XRlL Hll,l.lNii English l,,UCll,l.lf li. BIAYR English l l.ll,l.lAN W'lllTli English jOSlil'HlNli ll.-XRMOX lfnglish Gll.liliR'1'1X XVRA Y Public Speaking l"l,ORl2XCl:1 VVILSOX English MHS CHARLI N li JAN I ICSON French MARI A M KTM IQAXRA Spanish IQMNA Ci-XlNIKl:XCli Head of Latin Department LUX .VX ISLA LI , Latin -XNXA MAXRIIC Mz1c1'HiRMCJNlJ Latin IEILRNICIC HAMILTON Latin HELICN HOPKINS Latin FLURQX lil LHY V Art RIC1lARIJ'l'lIOM.XS Head of Music Dupartmcnt JANE CAM l'I!liI.l. Music MHS W MARTHA l. lV1NS Head of Mathematics LUCY Al'Pl.EGATlf Mathematics ELLEN FERGUSON Mathematics RALPH HARRIS Mathematics FlXlll.Y CLARA XVOUU Mathematics MARGARET LOTZ Mathematics WMW06 NV. B. MINNTCH Head of Commercial Department KRILSZICNTIA SEIGXVART Commercial PAULI NE DEARTH Commercial WINIFRED WEST Commercial w9 '0 Q. 1fD MHS mv? ROGICR S. LINGICMAN Physics IFIIJXVI N li IQLLY Physics EUXYARD ZETTERBIZRG Chemistry R. LLOYD COOLEY Geography IZDXVARD li.X'l'ON Botany FRA NCES A NDR ICXVS Botany MAL'RlClC MURRAY Supervisor lloys' Physical Trainin RAYMOND MYRICK Assistant Supervisor A , MERIHAH INGIIAN ' Supervisor Girls' Physical Training 4 L VVI LMA XVADSXYORTH English a9 MHS I I U ll ERT ELLIS ISRONVN Hcacl of Social Science .-XIJLAI DALHY llistory Hf' -115'-C. BVN'O'UMfNfV . JOSICPHINIC CLEVENGER History T. I". lflTZGIllllOX Sociology CHARLES HANIPTON ' History I+'l.ORliNCli l.liN'l'Z Civics lil.lZ.Xl3E'l'll HUTZICI. Nlatllcmatfcs NI.'XRlli I..XNC.XS'l'lfR Mvclical and Altellclzmcc Clerk F. l'll,,XNCl I TLTIIEY lluglisll RUTH ZIMM HRLY llQIltI'Zll High School Lflcrlc Q Q '-go-sv1f"l a9 MHS QQ GLEN D. HROXYN Business Director Director Vocational liducation JA NIE HARRIS linsincss Clerk ll. lf. BRICKLICY Associate Vocational Director IQUI..-X GREEN Vocational Clerk XVESLIEY C. PIIVIRCIC Printing IRVIN l.. MQRROXV Drafting C. li. PIQXCOCK Machine Shop til I.l-!lCR'l' l5l,,'XCliXVfN HD Iflectricity MAURICIC Rl ICIQICIZERG l'l.YlDli XX'Iil.I.I NGICR xxwmfi xxutfkmg llczul of XVoocl XVorking Dept. 1 z?477mfm.,- J 'I V l C I I, l, E I Q9 MHS H. NV. MA C Y Manual Arts T. MAIN Manual Arts Rl CH.-XRD BROXVN Mathmnatics FRMA CHRISTY Supervisor Home Economics OLA CO URTNEY Home Economics ELLA HOLLENBACK Ilomc Economics GRACE VITTIQNGIZR Home Economics CARGL ST, JOHN Home lfcononncs l MTLDERD JOHNSON Home Economics NELLIE MASSEY lnstitutional Cookery 6Q l MHS CLASSES 1926 Q9 MHS MAINZIC WILSON QQ L HAR LICS YVilCR'l'S Senior Class I'rc-siilcul Dramatic Cluh Daubers Club, Ili Y His ideals. Beau llrumnu-I . and Ceasar. ROXIK IIAYVVORTII Senior Class Vice I'rrsimIenI llramntic Club, Virgil Club Pickwick Circle, Class llratur VVhcu Roma's arnuiul vveryum- tzxkcs :L back seal. l"I.ORl'INCl2 llI.Y Senior Class Secretary Scienco Club, Pickwick Circle 1'Il'ICIlLISl'IIll llub, llrzunatic Club "I is colil, I is wi-ary About to freeze, I fearyl l'ick I up :infl hug I, clL'ary." IVRIEIJ RIZCTOR Senior Class 'I'reasur4-i' They say his girl livifs in Virginia, but tlicrc-'s unc in C. II. S. 1001 WI I.l,l.XlXI IIOWICLI. Szirgeaut-at-Arms, llranialic Club Ilaskctball Captain 'JIS The nuly boy that makes all the girls "Howell" IQHNNICTII CIRISIIJ XY.Xl.SII Ycll Iuzuler '25, '26 Pep Club, Drzunatic Club Ile foulcml 'cm all, thought he was a in-rnianeut lixturc. RICIIARI3 IIVRNS Ili-Y llis nzunu belies his cool Ilispositiuu. Ii.X'I'lIRYN VVIl.I.l.XKlSON Hiking Club Girls' Basketball Um- of our girl Ilcarcals. CI Y DIC XY liR'l'S Ili-Y Inches mln not make thc man. IDXCRA ALLISON Long curls and cverytliing- shy but Sincere. IEIJXYIN VVRAY "XI" Club, Football '24, '35 Xlagiciau Staff, Track '24, '25 .X smile for everyone, YI Rlilll.. XIUCKICY - Hur Inc is what we inakl- 11. W IES I. li Y VV R .X Y , Class I-asketball .X lnau with suvcess arnuuil the corner. Friciulslup Club, Science Club Xlzulgaz is eligible with all hm' As. C'.'X'l'lIliR I N If W' .XSSK IN Dramatic Club, Virgil Club, Psp Club Playeil 'l'n1msy, 'l'opey's ilvail. Rl J li I-I RT XVII IT E l'c1n Club llliv, Huw ban ynii-iv? I I ICLISN W ICRT lirielulsliip Club III-leu's superstitiuusg she wears a good-luck ring, ld.. 0 R.Xl.l'll Mll.ll0l.l.lN -llllllll A ' A is lc-flying' Ol Central. LUVISIE MARSH Magician Staff, Drainzitic liluh Pickwick Lircle, Pep Club Louise won't let her lmir grow nut lux-cnuw she likes her "limb" lrctlcr. l"l.UYl7 NIQKXXMXIUN Science Vlulv l"luyfl's lxczul hangs low. 'I'li:n'- ii sign llurrc :nw some lmrxiin-. in il. lhURO'I'l1Y MKNRING 'l'l1cy my she plziys tha- llnli' :mil very wi-ll! MAX MAISICI, Tlxii czike-c-inter lickeil the fru+ting.5 pun lon! 1.Xsk Mr. Zn't1vrlxerg.l NAUMI M01 VPS Tyler to her :iprfm xlringe rignin, DUN MORRl5 Hi-Y. lfu0tbal1'25. "Liu wc-sl, young man, go west." IIAZICI. MARSIIALL l chatter chatter as I go about all 1 sec znnl :ill I knuu. IVAN MANNIX lvun, lm! Approacli the Cilillu of Lcnlrnl lliglx. l'Il'NIC'li MITCHELL Virgil t'lub, 1'll'lL7l1flSlllll l'luln llerr-'Q zu girl wlmm uw :ill lik:-, lUlilllC'l"l' Mck'l.lQl.l,.XN lli'Y L'lnlx, "Virgil" Mzlgicizin Stull' Oli. Mary Kiln, lv! nic ln- ynnr k':iyv-inan! l'fllX.X Mlllllilf Sullllnluu-, In wily' lln' lrxlxl. M,XRSll,XLl. .XIAXRTIX lli'Y, Magician Sales Stull' Nlfnwliall is in rm-:ll .lnivrivin lilly, llllilbl-.l.l.X M.XXbl'lI'.I.IJ llirl-.' l'q-p k'lul1, Liirln' Hiking llnlu "XYitl1 4-yc-z that lm.-k into lllr vury soul liright zinll :is lrlncl: :nnfl lmnrning as coal." Il.XRl lJl'R'I' MURRUXV Ilrmngnic llnlm, l'iuku'ick Vircli- Pep tlulx, Ili-Y, Magician linlilnr Munmnizin limlilur. Llfiss lliwturizin 'lliuruX only one Spiggnl l'l:n'04nn't rzuft lnrn ull. .XQk lllll'C41lll'l. lilillliilli MICXTIS 1 lln- lnnlx frnin -.nnny lliwi-ri .Xl.l2liR'l' MlI.l.l'lIQ Sc.r1n'e Q lnlx, Yilgil klnlx lingliah Club, lliznnulic Mlnlu lli-Y. Magician Stull' Allserfs a busy lmny :incl you alun'l sec xnncli of llini. MHS P7 0 l l i Q6 D 9CfL '9 UMHS C'Lww Dce 0Q Y , HONVARD IIIATT 5 "Howard, Miss lxincristei' W wishes to see you." BIQRNILQE HUGHES i Friendship Cluh Good in office work and Ge0rg'ia's shallow. HAROLD H.-XRDSOG Have you noticed hiR mustziclu-P Hc'S trying tu grow up. Cl-Xl'I'l'Ol'..'X HALL Virgil Club Yes, Corbett :mil l have- gmail limea after Virgil Club pnrtiesll l'l.ARENCE HAISIJCY Ainlt he sweet, girls? MARGARET HOGAN Bashful and shy, on her typewriter she rlmis rely. REGINA IIUFFURD She hz1sn't been with us long: ncvcrtlleless, we hzxtv to lose her. YEARL JOHNSON ls Vezxrlr virilfz YFIIJA JOHNSON "Ycs' 'I love 'cm ull." IJARRELI. ,IONICS Track '25, '26, lli-Y, llziubc-rs' Klub, A peach of a fellow in fact, hels :ilmusl :i llziir. DOROTHY JOHNSON Girls' Pup Klub, 1-irincnlsliip C'luh The rzicc is rim- between Marion :mfl Gaston, Xlziriou -surviving :i close secuml. Cluserff climsrr. Ask llorutliy lmw it uziniv lull. llORO'I'llY JONES "funn: livn- with uu- Iulml hc my luv:-.f' l.eRUY AIUNICS Slllllt'UllCiS "Swim-I Nun." .XGA'l'114X JUIINSUN "Virtue is like :i rich slum- hest plain sc-I." i Gl'IORlI-lff jl'1X'Vl:I'l"ll Pickwick Circle, Hi-Y, .Xunual Skull If Geurge commiltcil murrler he'sl get by with il. ,lO5lil'lllNli jON l'1S Q Dramatic Klub Q lloh Hayes' favoriti- Huwar is " l'uppy.i' K HIQRMAN KAl'l' l Detroit is fl tlnc place, but Herman 2 Y V V A likes Muncie better, Q6 MARIUN IilI,I.lN ui-if lVl3l'IOll vvrn wnrks fm :Vs lu his sleep. YONNIY KN.Xl'l' Vriuuiy is un tluty :tt llmmlfs tin nu zuul have :i luukl KlAl4l'.l, IxR.'XNll'.R This is the Xlahcl wlunu you know wlit-u you lilst llltjfl, KICNTUX KIXINI lfnteretl last fall. lluils fruni Ricluiimt-I, HONVARID lQ.XN'liNl'iR Now llowmly's :ill right Nu cracks? 5lARTll.X Sl'l'l LUNG Dzmbers Club "Nest lmrwking Girl" Martha Sue has plenty uf time to learn, FLOYD LONG llflllljt whom yuu will, hut never yot11'st'lt. Kl'IXNli'l'Il LUNG Virgil Club A'I'm always iu luvc with suiiieoticu. ,IVNIC IAIVKVVIIOII Girls' Pep t'lul: "Bly Yvilcl Irish Ruse". I"RANt"ES LESH Virgil Club, Pep t'luh Magician Staff Nl:-asles Z1 rlay keeps the lmys away. t'lCt'Il,, l,tJllNSl5l'RY tiecil works so much he thinks rest is lfrt-uch l':tstty. ll.XLl',l. l,.XNl'. "Gather ye ro:-ehucls whilt- flltl time is still at flying". I.l-1S'l'ER LOTZ Lester, lotz uf time yuu have given to j.Il'Zlt'l.ll1illlH.1. Bl.XR'l'll.X I,l'lVYlil.I.YN Pep flub Our sccuuml Pztrlmvzt. MARK IAJVVIQRY The Mark of perfeetiuu? VIRGINIA l.lClV'I5l.l,liN Daubcrs Club She takes art :turl paints thc leaves on thu tall in-tw, VHARLE5 LHSII Virgil Club, lflnglish Club Charles is sure there in Latin eontests. He makers our points, 'MHS Q ' 1 HOYCIC ",l.XKlC" I"lCllRNl.XN Pop Klub. Glu' Cilub, "Nl" lilub liuotlmall 'J-l. '25 Uh girls, uin't lu- strmxg. 1 Al,lll'lR'I'.X 1".XIJlCl,IiY 'l'hc girl with thc- sinilc ls the bill ui th hilt . 7 ' 'bl' U' '. .XLliliR'l' FISHER "M" Cflub, Track '23, 'J-l. '23, '26 Vlfith his track records he will bv in Olympic games in 1932. l'.Xl'l.lNE FICLL Glev Club 'flune is not only the montl1 for grzicluziting, is it, Pauline?" ,lUSliI'II FOUTS lizunl joe says he szuv that in NVasIiingLon RIILIJRLID FREY The face that cannot smile is never fair. lil-l'l"l'Y FLAHIERTY Goodness is bezluty in its best estatv. IIARULD GARCEAV Glee Club, Football '25, '26 Girls, he has zt car and he's a Ilcarczit VVhat clse do you want? Sl'S.XNN.XH GOVLIH Pickwick Circle Anything that is worth cloing :xt ull, is worth doing wcll. Iil.XlllR lZlI.l,,XXl Youth comes but once, llave 21 good tiinc! YIOIUX GRIM xN'Ull1Zll1llllk'55 is :i noblc trait. 'l'lllil,Xl.X GRICICN 'l'l1L'll'llll is 21 lloisl NYoiliing Goil. PAUL GICURGIC "M" Club Football '25, Basketball '25, '26 llis sweaters are quite evenly cliviflcrl among M. Il. S. Vo-cds, CATHICRINIC GRAIDY Pickwick Circle Catherine says. ".-Xlu'ays obey thc nobler instincts," SAM GRIMM Magician '26, Footbzill '25 flogging he tlicl right well until by chance for "Charleston" he fell. l2Sl'l'lNOl.,X GREY lispenola. but shc tlocsu't take Spanish. RUGICR Gl'LI,ICT'l' Uramatic Club 1 Some clay Rogvr is going to Q be a Cloris Man. QQ x .t C'H.XRl,l'IS VOXVICRS uCl'llICkA' The fellow who tnlkcs littlc. Xvllkfll talks hm- mcaus it. LOUISE l'l,.X'l"l' Science Vlub. Pickwick Filclc Virgil f'l11h. Magician Staff "That Hair." BARBARA I'EC'KlXl'Al'Gll Home cconornics C'luh Barhara, you get the di1111s-1-, l'l.Xl,L.'XS I'l'1ARSliY lfnofball '25 I wish thou 'tlVc1't" a little smaller, l'Al'L REEF- llis "Specs" woulrl make ur- hr-licve he was truly st1x1lio11s. XY.Xl.l.lNfi RYKLXN lli-Y. Sci:-ucv Clulu. 'I'1':11'k 'J-l.'l5,'2r1 XYalli11g is l'c11tr:1l':, track l11y111'. l1.Xll, RLIA I. Just 11 jolly guorl follow. LUIS l,Ul'lSE RXXK Virgil Vluh, l'ickwi1'lc t'i1'1"1' Sho slamls :lt thc front of thc Ranks.. Nl.XR'I'll,X ROOT l'l1'a1u:1tiC flulm. lilac fluh Martha is unc of C1'11tr:1l'h heat C0-cds. XYIl,I1l'R lilflfS "llum"' NYGII, llmlc, jljlllll -lm1'1w11 tht-111 5111116 mlay. I1.NRL'I,.XY RICICIJ llc will Nell 1111111-iw Mmm ilay, IilCXII'liR RUSS "l'lass Put" Tho .Xgc uf R1v111:u11c1- haw 11111 1-1-:wt-1l .ll'l,l.X .'Xl.li'li RIQSHNICR llauluvm fluh, llramativ llula Virgil Club S1waki11g of H111v1-us, shr' surf' l1n'CS h1'1' R-:wx I.liSl.ll2 l'I'l"l'lCNlilili Magician Staff ll1- vuatlc his rl1-hut as NN'u1'tley i':1u1wcl'11ul111 iu "Rull11':, NYil1l Hal." lNlRU'l'llY RIt'l.IliY Science l'luh. llikiug L'luh l"I'lCllllSlll13 Klllll! Mc. Richey, not alle, samcn-, your in lxlzliu, IQIQNNIQTH RL"l'l.liD1ili ll:111l1c1's Cluh, llrzmmzitic Club Dc-bunair, to say the least. Ul,lillf RUOI' Runlp with Ruup. MHS MHS 53 0 r NICVVIJN COFFIN l He's not as dead V as his name would imply. 2 li.-X'I'Ill'IRlNE CR.'XMl'THN She improves daily unilcr lhs' llunnington syslc-nl. XX ll,l.l.-XM L,'A'l'lCS llc put thc UA" in scholarship. IJURIS CAMl'l3Iil,l, 'lllig lfwown cyuslu IJURCI E CLARK ll's grc-at to be Riiiiizfs ciiiisiii, RRY l'l.lCN1ENTS lloys' Glce fluh. llrqinuilfc Phila lloys' llvp fluh "Best lmoking Hoy" XVl111t is Ray il Suiiipli- iii? Yl'.lJA Cf.'XN1XlJ,XY Pickwick Fircle, Virgil Chili Virgil couhl nvvvr reziil Latin :my better lhzin Yciln, .'Xl,l.liN C'ARliY VVith all .'Xllvn's knmvlcilgc of Illiilll hc will izikc his il:icl's jolr, lD.Xl'I1Nli FUNK Friendship Vlnli. Pickwick Circle .Xs inflivirluzil as her first name. GERALD Cl..-XRK Thcre's nothin'g liki' ln.-ing a good sport, AIU ANNA L'I.Ul'Sl'I Pickwick Virclc. Fricnrlshiiv khilm Vcrgil fluh, Miinsonian Stall ll. S. rloesn't stlinil for for High School, ilocs it, .lo .Xnn:i? Hl'1l.liN LL-XS'l'l'1Rl.lNl5 Helen casts her lim- :inil thi-3' hire line, hook :infl sinkvr I I lCRllVl5lQ'l'- il-X RT li R lli-Y, hcieiicc fllllll, Pickwick Virclc I'1c1'l.1c1't--his name A scientist-'his fziimz ESTH ER V01 PPE R VViStful and shy. Xl.-XRGARET COLLINS Margaret has a good brain anil she uses it too. IJCLAND CUXQVIZSI' ' Long curls zinil ll swi-et smilc. H CHRISTINE COX Pickwick Circle , Dignity becomes her like a f crowning glory. 3 ' Ycrgil Club, Xlunsonimi Stall -Iii MHS lIlCI.lCN VOX n Q Sweet snxiln-5 gn qi niilluln nnlw. l'RliIl DANNICR Dramatic Club, Hi-Y Football '25, '26. llc is tallg so was l.inc1-ln. lJ,XllI..X ll,XYlS lfricmlsliip Club Vlcvui' is aw clvvcr dow. lf,XKl. lTRlfSli.'Xf'll, lluys' Glu' lllulr, lfrmllizill 'l5,'Jl. Pop Club, "BI" Club, Rc-ml GI'2lllg0l5 only living rival. Nl.XRlilllCRl'I'li IDOTSON "I'vir::y" I'cggy is tlist nznnc slim uscs in ibn: nuuvic worlml. Nl.XRli llRl'MNl lVc wmnlcr if liv'w any lvluliuil In "Xl:lI'lx 'I'inu-F" l',NlM.fX llul,l L X A V Ilanbcrf Vlub, Nlagiciqili Stull '4'l'l1usc cycwlu K'll.XRl.lNl'1 lJIl,l, Shi' work:-. for llciuz. X' II ll,li'I' lll'1I'1IJS Tlw violet is :i vi-ry liniiml llun'L'i'. l'.Xl'l.lNlC IJQVOY Pauline is cute-. lin-n llir tcarlierw any Qu, l'II.OlSl'l DINSMURIC Science Club Shu wuulml rzitlici' bc ill tlizni iillc llURU'l'llY lllQ.'XRllORl"l7 SCll'!1t'C Club, lfricnelsliip lllnb Girls' Glen iilub You'vi- niisscel smnctliing if ym1'x'L- ncvci' In-:irsl lieu' play zi violin. l'.-Xl'l. IQMIZRSUN film- l'lub, Clam lluskc-llmll 'l'lif'v'c's nothing likz' lvzwuiugg ilu' inr-al packing inclustry frmn llic grunncl up. HENRY EDEN lfooilmll '23, '24, 'liisick 'JF Une of tlicsc rcfl-liziinwl un-n wlw train on icc wagons. ILYICLYX FL'l.L His name is Gurrluu llelm anal lu- goes to XYab:isl1, 'lou bzirl for linnwty. XV:ib:isli i5n't fu-Crl, lfS'l'lllfR l"lNK - Hiking Club 2 "l"0i' she is the rigln knnl nliuwc nature lll'Vt'l' Varies." 5 1-i IQLEN FISHER l'crSun:1lity Plus. i r i l 5 it MHS ' ,LXYNIE SAMPLE 1 ' llraniatic Clulm, Piclcwick Circle Pep Club Xvest may lie east, Cast niav he west, but Columbia City is north. HAROLD S'l'lil'HliNS U - "Class Cirouch", Drainzitic Circle Pup Chili, Hi-Y, Pickwick Circle Magician Staff Q Steve, the famous actor, will now play on the big stage of life. IIQSSI li STANLEY A ,Xu all rounrl nice girl. JOHN S'l'l'il'lllQNS Pep fluh "l.Qvc semis Ji little gift of roses." t'ORNliI.l.X Sli!-lL'S'I'lCR Pickwick Circle Slit' always has her work wcll mlouc: ,Xml still fimla limi: tu have sonic fun. Il.XRUl,IJ5'l'1lIi lli-Y Tcuuia 'licstui llill 'l'iltlcu'w iusti'uctui'. NI .XRtl.XRl'l'I' SN I IJIQR "Nlai'g'ai'ct" means a iwxirl. tilillliiilf SNIITH llaskctlmzill '26, lfuutliall 'JS S111ltlj'vS ht-art is in thc Class of '25, XYIIALX 5lilllOl.lJ lf XYilnm was a snilui' wuulml slit- lac "sea-bolil"? IJHRUTIIY SIIRUYICRV Ncvux' one In talcu a thing for grantcil. Nl.XR'l'll.X Sl-1l5.XR llilcing Cfluh Martha, when liuys npcrik tn yuu, ilon'l shirk. ISUXNIIC S-Xll'l'II XVQII, slic'5 nu uui' l'Llll1I1lCfCi2ll squaml. Right cncl, wc think. AllfSSl Ii TOO MHS "Latin is not a tlcail lziiigiiagcf' l VIRGINIA '1iHORNlZl'Rt,i "fiiDllOM Pup Club 'l'hQi'c's lots to write about her, hut she kimwa when to "Hale" them. M.-XRGlXRli'l' '1'HOMl'S-UN You urvei' hear much fruui Mai'g'ai'et, but you lmmi' she's l1t:1'c. RO l!liR'l' TY L ER Magician Staff Our would-be Valentino, HELEN TILFORD "Sincerity is the and and beginning , of things." ' l'llICS'I'liR HIIISUX "flux is Ilic' lmy tlmt lvlll llu' fliustci' iii t lu-sts-i'tin-lil." Mll.lJRl-Il? tllI,lH'I.X U',iC'JlSZlHilIENN is :i virtiu- in ziivysmm-." HAZEI, t9lit3lillXlll1IIMliR "Hair all 'wmrrf-Ilecl Vilnewift xht- lorik nice?" l.til I5l1t1lLl, 'Ffunieiviie-'s little suiiu-lmtl5'." Rolifilvl' Il.Xl4l'1 Pickwick Vivclv "Sumo flay llolnk gnimg tu livu :it ilu- llutcl RQIN-rts." MARY HICKNLXX "Mary is lenriiing lvmvkkm-uifiiig lm her cl:irl's lniisiiicisf' YlRll1Nl.XlI.XltRlStJN "Sm11v vlziy sl1e'll win thc clvuiiiiiimi Npvcfl Crnntvsl mi :i type-ii'1'itx'i'." l.lll'lS ll1A'l"I' "Lumix is si quick fliy fcllmi ixilli :i lut to Nay-- to lJuys.'l li'l'lllCI. IlUl'I'lXll "l.:iiigl1 :mil tlic umlil luuglis with you." NYIl.l.l,XXl lltil.Al,XN liuys l'i'cp lliilv "HKS ilrilgg slurc ctnilmy :il I crliiiiics. ' Xlll.llRlill lltltjlil-I "lf1ll'tl1's iiublcsl lllillg ii xxulilcli 1mi'lc'ciul." l'.Xl'l, ll.XR'l'l,IiY "lli- lufvk :ni .X will int zivvisigc Quill put in cxli':im'ilii1aiy." IXXIS ILXYNIQS ".X hlmmnlu that will cziiitivziiv tliu licart uf some lucky umm." KQXRI, llUl"lCR Hi-Y "lf lic- czuft play the piaiiu, tlicii neither can 1'zidci'wiSki." Mli.XllIiH1Nl4lll, "Stone walls mlo not :i prifuii mzikc, Nm' iron burn 11 cage." liliNNli'l'll lll"l'tilllXLiS "lf you iiaiil tu he llzippy you luivc to be gmail." LINKS ILXISLIQY Senior Bzibelaall 'l'c-aim. "HHS the big six foul fellow ymi all call Tim, 'Mcnilserf' H MHS Q9 ' , ROY AUSTIN Hays' l'ep flnh, Vlziss ligotist ' "Here I Am." lll.lfNl'3lCN.X .Xl'S'l'lN lfricmlsliip Club "lYe'fl like to sec hcl' slay in 231. lu 1999 inaylJc!" .XNNARl7'l'lllC AYI.SXYfJR'l'll AlIlglCl2l.l1 Slzill .-Xml again we say. i'l'rm-cious things COlllC in blllilll 1vziclczli.:cs," SKXI UIQNISUNV llrzunatic Vluh, filer- flnlv Pep Cluh--fl'ri-sirlcni. MSZKIHYS in the 'Dcll, but llc nill win out 1lllyXl'llCl'C.U YlRl,llXl.X lll2.Xl.l, "If thc Senior Class goes ont to your liouse it will have lo he in soinetliing else than hoh slmls. lih, Virginia?" ULAIIYS lilililili Glcc Club, Friendship Club "A merry heart goes all the way A sud one tires in half a day." Ll,.-XRENCIE BROLLIJON "I,icrcc's famous umlcr.-ludyf' lIlCl.liN lCl.lZ.Xl1lC'l'Ii BRYAN l'll'lL2llllSlXl1J Club, Pickwick Circle llmne Economics Clul: "Sure shc's ai good kid, Likes jewelry, though, fellows." OKYILIJE XY. l5OW'liliS "1'i-oci-aslinution is thi- tliicl of lllllC.U l.lllTlLl.E BURR Magician Stall, liauhcrs Klub 'AOur Artists" 'l'llliOlJORli IIROYLICS Bzmzl Sophisticated in thc true sense of thc word.', LUlfII.lf: BULAND Vergil Club, Fricumlship kllnlr "Brown Eyes never are blue. Correct! Sec Lucile lor proof." l'.Xl'L BVRGESS "Une of our'priiles :incl joys- - C1 liE2ll'C1lt.U MARJORIE BRYANT Home licouomics Cluli "There will be one family that won't have poisoned foodf, CTLETIS C. BIRD Girls, Pep Club, Science Cluh Pickwick Circle "She's zi Bird of an athlete." Ylil.1l.X GAYLE BRUAIM Girls' Pep Club "Sl1e's a speed demon at driving an Essex." MAX BURESS "The big boy all the girls sigh for. But Max says he's a bachelor." Q9 A IIERSCHICT. BARNES "Say, cliil you Cvbr notice his ha beautiful? Hr wziyw lic'Q going in Ive 21 lllllQiCiZill.H l,,'XVVRliNCE HROVVN V "lYhat do you sny, Lawrence?" "I can't say it." ,ll'.XNI'I'A URUNVX iJZllliJL'I'S Lflnlv, Yirgil Vinh l'rp Clnh, Pickwick l'irclm' "lVill it hc john, Nita?" ll.lX VON DIRT "Him is :l nmslur niinfl whcn it cwinics to ligiiii-s. ll.XRKllC'l"l'lf liUYK'l'f Yirgil Vinh, liirls' Pi-yi lilnln Uliuycs fir lilly-z?" Nl,XRTH.'X l1U'I"l' Ullzirtlia :ilnnys worn- cinlf, lint being ri Sr-xiiur, whu limi ilu-in vin." CSLXDYS BRIEF-UN I "A man is :i rrmlnnn' il you kinin hrnr to reall him." K.Yl'IllCRYXl'1 IiIfilil.UlY Virgil L'luh, H.king l'lnh Frieinlsliip Vlul: "RSllllIll4L'6X1l't' uf :in nililffznliiumwl girl." lfl.Y,X URUXYX Pup 1 lub Ulflvzi is the girl with thu prix Sha' Should hc un ilu' ycllinig li-:izn RIQX l'lJl"l7Kl.XN llunfl "VVl1l'rc i4 ruin' 'l'vrpvpi1l, Rox?" Ul'.Xl. L'UFl"lX Svnicn' lli'cllextr:i, lligh Svlmul linnil "Opal, it scmna that you :nnl Solis: have ri cmiinimni iiitc:'wl." l'.X'l'IlliRlXlC l'.XR'l'lCR Sclviivc l'Inln, Pickwick k'iri-lv "lla-rl1ic'w ln-lim h'llI"' R4 DY iAkI.soN "Juni :A kiullinlinn-r, ll.ike lilllv llrx':inl. l.flRl'.II.X 4l.l'.X lzNl-lull ",Xl'liNI4 zlnml Howl:-lx," UKLIS KIXSKICY ".X1mtlu-1' rm'g'l:1I' fn-llviy' RUliliR'l'.X l'l.lCMl'INS Virgil Uluh "Rul:cl't:1. Nutivc Illzil .X ziflvl' Rnherlg lhzit's what hvr i'vIim'l cznvl says." Al hl bl kl.l'.XliX1iliR "lie minhl inziki- nnisii' tlrnx frmn zinyiliingf' MHS QQ l f 'N MHS 9 ,Xl.IC'E R. LEE "A miml of hm' own, 11 trul- Sliziliesiwrircaii, alircw. IAC lx l.ll.Glz1l "Nl" Club, Track 'I'e:1u1, '35 Fouthzlll, '26 "l,iggQtt should have taken up 1lI'1l11l2lllCS, hut hc guts zu kick out nf shifting Qc011c'l'y." l'l..'XNf Y THXNGIDON "'l'xi'o pri'muci's loukccl nut fium lmeluuil the hairs. Om- saw the muilf-tlw utlu-1' saw thc stars." Dl.ANC'llIC Nl.XRQl'El.l, "ll,'S tlll' SHHLLS ye Sing :mil the smiles ye worn: 'l'l1zit'e ll maikiu' thu Qunshixic 1-vvi'yxvl1ci's." Nl lC'll.Xlfl. MORRIS ,'clll1ll'l5il0ll King," MARIIZEI, NIL-ILXNIIQI. l'i-ckwick Virvlc. llrziinatic Vluh Virfvil Vluh Girls' l':-li C'luln -. .U . . A l lwxieiiclsliip ,C luh "'Ihc swam-test girl in thv win-lil." .XFTON MuBIll.l,lUN llzuihoiw fluh ".XIlUlllL'!' zirtiml xxho uuilci-s nur nrt 1lL'1!Ill'lIllt'Ill, .X," t2l2URGl.X NIVNYUN lfrie-urlship iluh "Shorty has 11 gurul uyi- fm "Miilg1-ta" S,XR.XH .XSIITUN Mll.l.l'1R Virgil Club, Klzigicizux Stnfl' Pickwick Vircli- A'Shc ix the "I!cfu'czil" Ningf-ix' IJURUTHY Klll,l.lik Pep Club "VVc all hope l'm'tl:m4l cmncs nut iu the l.e-nfl." IJUR4l'l'llY Nll'l'LfHliLl. 'IX Qwi-et smilv-fbxvliat umrv ilu yum want?" IRMA Xll'l'l'lll'1l-l. "Irma is one lhusr uni-ax' V3 girlx. 'lill.l'fl.Xl.X lllfllllilf Smith :xml Xlimrv, :illwlzlle lrum l.URli'l"l'.X MORRIS "Bly hoy, my mam. my lien- liimh, lin-niwtli I" lil.,XlXl'I li. McD.XY l'l"l' Pickwick L irclc A Ilrziumtic Club, llirls' IR-in klnh Yirgil Cluh Klzagiciziu 'lm Ulflzxinc' thc fair. lfluixlc the lmvulxh RICILX MIl.l.liR llirls' l'cp Cluh "F-he talks right out :mil hrilf through lmfuu- you know whill slu-'S talking :ilxuul." MARY Nlcl-'AIJDIQN "BIui'y's lzxmh fimllmvwl her, hut what! his maine?" e: ,Qi MHS 0 Q9 XIHNA RIi'KlCR'l' E Science Club, Cilcc Chili ' s "XYl1en Mona talks, all if quia-1: for she! good, tl1at's all. ' i M.'XRYlil,l.EN RINKER "llc goml, swc0t mfiirl, lf-t tliosl' who will lin- clevPr." r ITLSIE STRHNID I-'ricrulsliip l'lul1 "lXVc lic-:ir lirwloln :iiirl Mzitlimxzf :ira- ririilx Wm' rr lrlckliig' Muslim, l'll,XRl.l':S SNUINIRXSS llmid '4SturlieS first --if yixu lmri- liiiivf' .IITXVIZLL S'l'.XNl'Jl'IFORD "VVl1z1l kinfl rif :1 jCwPl i4 'lPWf'l?H l'HIl.ll' Sl'lI0Ol.I2Y "Next acl will bc ri violin iliivl by lluuw X Scliimleyf' l'fli.X SMITH "Nic :mil my Nllllilllflll.-R DUN Sl'f'J'l','l' K Y .X mhlulllllil tu-ml. Uni:-li :alll girls, lil-'Q ilziiiqi-miie," lil-IRNIVIQ Sll.XI'l'fR.X llrzumilic Club, Pickwick Kirch- Sciviicc lllllll, l-iricmlsllip liluii 'KX iii':mmtiui:m of im mc-:lil :iliiliryfi lub! HILR l.. SAYICRS Virgil Ulula, lfriemlwliilv C'luln Sciencv L'lul1, llziuiierx l'lulw Pickwick Circle "Sl'lL' uplmlrls the wlzmilzirrl-1 :if the .Kms-ricim girl," lll'll.liN S'l'R.'XDl.lNG IJZlUllCl'4 fluh "Yen r:il1, DL-l':xuwf" Xl,XRCil'lCRITl'I STRONG AUX girl worth knowing :mil ri frivnil wiirtli ll1lVlIlg,u Xl.XR'l'II.Xlil.I.lEN SC'IlUOl.liY Pickwick kircle, Virgil l'l11li fiirli' l'0p Clulm "Hur lrn-:isurvr's lu-:neun-." IXQXN SANIHCRS l'fl.lZ,XIll'f'l'lI 'NIITH 5. "lili7:iln'tl1 iw :always "ilu-ri-" iii lic-r vliisxexf i NLXKIUN SXY.Xl.l,UXY K 'llzliiiiii Sixzillmxf :irv iii. ililll-:writ iliuii fXlum'u- swnllime " 3 R.Xl.l'll SXY.Xl.l.1 NYS ".-Xniilhcr gulpf' r QMwnSD MHS lQ l I Pep Club, Pickwick Circle I llaubers Club, Friendship Club "A typical llollyannaf' I X FRED IIRFER Hi-Y ' "Vile wonder whether Frefl will gn into the dairy business after graduation." HELEN VAN ARSDOI, Penmanship Club "The pen is mightic-r than the sword." AT7Iil'.INE VERMILLION "Sweet Adeline. VVon't ynu bi- l mine?" l IEVIELYN VANll.XGRIl"l" l lfvelyn has eyes that infill through you." ILXRRY VAN XIATRE "just one nl' the boys." EIBNA VKX DICLI. tiles flub "lJon'l ilie till ynu'vc hearil Ifilna sing a blues snug. lt's hot, huh. Sam V' I, I I.l.I.XN V ESTAI, In the words of Shakespeare, 5he's Il XVOXV, I FRIED XVRIGHT Pop Club llraniatic Vlub iilee Clubs, '11, IES, '34, '25, llraniatic lmlub Prcsiilvnt which really is an honor! SVSJXN IC. VV'III'l'lC llaubers Club Science Club lirienflsliip Club ,Xrl just sc-cms in fnllnw her arounil. ilncsn'i it? DUFF N. XVAI.I.INCSFORIJ Duff l'llIlll0S with bluIl', but 'taint sn. IJOROTI IY XVII I l'I'LlC Girl's Pep Club Basketball '24, '25, '26, OI all the girls with lots of pep there's none so pcppy as "Ibm," N ROSS VVILKINSON "Canned salmon was eva-r his - I favorite dish." , l MARY Ii. WOOD xl Dramatic Club ' Vergil Club .Pickwick Club Magician Staff "Mary wants thc installation nf a special mail route Irfnn Iiluoiningimi to Muncie." MORRIS VVATKINS "A nonsensical nuisance! llui he can play the violinf' LEONA VVHITICKIAN llaubers Pickwick Circle Dramatic Club Science Club Friendship Club "They are from south and east anml West, But I believe therc's one in Bl. II. S. Vifhom Leona really likes the best. KARL NV. XVII.I-I.XMS l Hi-Y Vergil Club ' "Karl, the kincl, does by doing." - 'i l 4 -.- l nixnx' alien,-ip 'l'Yl.lCR l ' i l y K Lu MHS 9 lil-LXN NORT4 JN Hi X' "Our towering scnifir, Nu xiccuniilm- ilriimg to the fziir sex! l'.XRRll1lil.l. NURMAXN "l':1rk up yuur troulmli-5 :mul smilcf Smilef Smile-I liljllili NUI-Il. Pickwick l'irulL' "l'1li1icr's in tlic fnzmy pxipvr wmv." lillkl .X Nl"l"I'liR I "May no sluulim' of smimx trill 01: thy lmuse :mil lic-:il1l1. l lif'lX.XRlJ NliXX',Xl.XN "Dull was tlif' clay l.:-imiigiiwl ili1lu'1 4'r:in'k tml Iimex :1 pvrirul, K.XQk Miss liil1c'lcl.u lilJN.X Xl.Xlx NIXUN X1-rgil Vluli Science Vluls Pickwick Circle lfriunilsliip Lllllll "Slick :i lt'Il'L'!l!'Il1 girl." XLXRX' l.lllS HSIHJRNIC llzmln-rf kjluli I I I V .X li.m1-1 ix lim l.ix4nm inxiiinmiit. XI.l'll,X llXX'liX Wills' l'mp Vlulu I L A '1Xlpli:i is tllc tirsl li-ltr-r in ilu' lirrek .Xl1ll1z1lwet, XX'rll, the first ii ilu' lxvalfi lJXX'lllH'l' llX'l'iRL'.X5ll Some :lay ymfll ln-:ir ul ilu- "Uri-rv rriali flu-iiiic-:xl 'limiilipznxtrf' Xl.XlQ'l'll.X l'l'I'l'liU llumr lfuolimiiicw L'lulr "M1i1'tlxa vnu ouuli Lmytliing fruni .X lu Z :mil ymfll like it." lu-:xx l'I'I'll- Purim ' H ',X 4l:lX' wllli lxvlilly :mil yuu lviuii lflilill l'rXlillll'iL'li A "lirwl is c:i11t:iin ul ilu- llmiicr Stu- ll4'lll'li li-um." llltlNN.X I'UXfX'IiI.l. "I iliumn muvli zilioiil lwrg sin: ix su qui:-I :mil relim-il." ,lUllX I'0'l"l'liR .X luuil speukin' pupil. XLXRIUN l'Rlll"l'UR lli-X' 'IX -liy lmy willi :1 clurir-lliinlciiig mimi." SX'I.X'lC5'I'lCR l'l'l"l'liXliIiR "lf you sen-k ilu- llillllf of :my Sr.. jr.. Suplin ur Fri-Qliir, Sylvuetn-r can trll Xml," lflililb l'HXX'l'IRS lli-X' "liven girls uutici- lliw lrczlulilul locks." MHS QQ V J UNIQRS .- f UNI ORS r JUNIORS MHS SOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE5 1 , A . l SOP H OM O RES F RESH M EN A FRESHMEN V G0 w zu 1,3 H4-rg'-J fo fb? 50F2"UM0"C, W The yassfbwlfe Sheik, N He usmnll Avaya 6'5- ' 7 1 nf mmmmigw L Cvfe fffffe Fresklk D .sfurly nm! .ffovfff HQS 4-XQVFY Dfscgverei VVf'H7IL1!5 H!! fqbpufff 7 1 , , ' Zhf.Vw f A " ' fl 8 W' M ZXX Vid ' 6 AQ J., xx? f ' 1 - , Kgfof' f xv xg-ix 'W XQ 594 47 xNf5Kw f ' sf ' 41-A' 'GXJLHII Q 5 Awww ' .EO 46 ,fff Ja 0' ' ' i.l. o 9- S b P 'ii vxhvw 'W 4Vf,:-'Wm p' " 5 J l W 'W gil --paw M E211 W EJ Jygw Q2 9 9 2 rv Cfhvrqr h X i fv-X. UQ 4' X ' Hen 55 fhe SHWOR, 04 f 3 , nzlih Who hrr0w5 E,,e.,,VH,,5.,,g-. ik., "f x is a J-unfor O7 al! M953 Wonders I fa., EU - HI., fa D F , HE is me mNG, , fbi, x,,fe:a me 1, Qnjpyeadl .msl uim . . .Q nik ,qi-1,5 Th? ren 50-ff fa, H43 ,,,' fe , Inf five Bla-HEFID1! 9' an i 6-"MQ ' v H ' .. 0 .. Q ,X -V QJQ, 4 W . . WF P - 'I 7Kf7f5 15 Whaf 3,42 7-flea .funjoy ihfkk' 5547109 5,'nff', : .-. I I ' An ,,.. 'IV H ' I I gllllll Cak 1 ji fp! M' rf " W ,Thi ,r,795,,f an fp .1 5555.525 ERCQ. , ffffx, ,W Wfluf, I f f .ggi g-l V' He Ii! . l n ' , 5 -25 I 1 ff giiggg? HMM iii? L34 ffm A- W , rf I 1 ff ' e Q? 222 Q -5 I ,By NNHUE CPOETJ Llc sm-E Na. 3.1403 W G, 'Q -N 1926 N. 'm fD QQ 4 MHS WH MI fl W O1'gan1'za tions kg K Dramatic Club lwcfl XX 1151111 Harofrl Stcphcns .Yicc-P1'csiflc11t M ary Wborl Vrcsificnl 'lxI'C2iSl1I'CI' Sccrn-tary Mlss Wray .. . Sponsor MEMBERS lfrcfl XYrigl1t .IOSt'IJlliI1C ,IOHUS 15101-Qugp my Louise Marsh Koluu Hayworth Maftha RUM f42illlC!'illR' XYHSSUII mamiht' JU'4'C5 Hzlrolrl SU'1JllL'IlS EAXIMT1 Llmlulm Il2iI'CIJlll'l AI0l'I'.JVV ivdlrmtt Ijumkm xomcr 'ox Nlulylmullu Mclizuuvlw Hclen Rmherfol-tl .Xlxclm-xy. Ifusc Roger GHIIUH I"?"'I 5WH1" Cllarlvs NVQ-rts Iflzxinc Klcllavitl hlaym- 5H,m,1K. KCIIIICTII XX-'zxlsh .wXlhe1't Miller Ifrccl Ilzlnm-1' Xxvillilllll ,Huwc-Il l,cmm xVllilCllI2iIl Kenneth Rutledge Mary Wuucl julia .Xlicc Rn-soncl XX xx- .X A , N K W wu 'YL 'N 1926 w 'lv ' W C'.1P7',All.Y .-ll'l'l.lf!4-1f'K li.Al,S"l' IS lI'li,S"l' W oo MHS 1 Lora Gove Margaret Grady Pauline Grater Jane llaymond Guthrie lloward Louise llulnmel Mariam Jo ies Mathew Joris Graee lsnott Malfin Love George Hinckley Helen Ludington Sydney McClellan Helen MeYay Robert Milhollin Clarenee Millspaugh Garnet Miller Esther Murray Donald May Virginia llleliee Martha Nickols Virginia Rankin Joan Niekols ,Xndrew Rose XValter Shaw Mary Snyder Phoebe Stephens Earle Swain Mabel Thomas Ried Thompson Ruth Lelltinger Maybelle X'Yl1ipple Ruth XX'illiams Jeanna Yingling Robert Ziegler Sarah lleuch Annabelle Kabrich Eloise liillin Helene Koons Edna McCreery Pickwick Circle Thomas Cannon ....... ....... P resident Marthaollen Sehooley .. .. Vice-President Morna Jayne Green ...... Secretary Robert Milhollen ...,... ', ... Treasurer MEMBERS Ora MeCuteheon Ralph Mixell .Xmy Morris llareourt Morrow Harold Stephens llugh Berry lflorenee lily Juanita llrowu llelen Bryan Veda Canaday llerbert Carter - Jcianna Clouse Mabel Cramer lfvelyn lfull Susannah Gough Roger Gullett Captola Hall Roma Hayworth George Jewett Dorothy Johnson lrances Lesh Charles Lesh Louise Marsh Gris Lintlly Marshall Martin Marybelle Mellaniels Elaine Mellavitt Corbett McClellan ,Xshton Miller .Xlbert Miller Edna Nixon Edna Nutter Louise Platt Lois Rank Julia Alice Resoner Dorothy Richey Jayne Sample Esther Sayers Cornelia Schuster Bernice Shapera Martha Shear Jewel Standeford Xlary Tyler Edna Van llell Leona XXYllltQ1Tl21l1 Susan XYhite Kathryn XYill'amson Mary XYood Kathryn XX'asson Ethel llizixrii Mary Kepler ,Xliee Lux Janet Rogers llelen Shaw .Xliee XYatson XYilliam XX'edmore Margaret Haymonfl Marian Jump Marjorie McConnell Marjorie Pearson Mary Ryman Rosealyne Scranton Jean Wasson Ruby Barnes Evelyn Cochran lleloris lxlark lfrgest lflllott Ralph Erwin lrlelen ,Xrnold 'lihelma Curry Martha Pingry llelen Xlfiley lletty llathaway David Meeks Mary Stetter Josephine XVinneger llerbert Nay Enela Deane Florence Jones Culver Dudley Leonard Paris Kenneth XValsh Reba Atkinson Johnetta Ellison Florence Fallis John Graham Selby Greer Robert Hamilton Moutrew Henhart Claude King Carl Noble llarvard Ressler Helen Sarber Philora Schuster XX'ilbur Small Alberta Stafford Elva Abbott Robert Balfe lfred Ilaldwin Margaret Bradbury liathryne Hell Eleanore Brown Thomas Cannon Marjorie Carlton Helen Carney Owen Clark Margaret Collins XYilliam Deutc'h Sarah Ellis Lois Elabarger Melba Garver Orilla Myers Helen Newlin Nellie Newlin Martha Perdine Virginia Rankin Garnet Reese :Xlbert Richert Eleanor Sadler Dorothy Seiple C0 0 MHS my 'N f fGL 9 Daubers Club Susan XYl1it4- ..... ... llclm-11 Strzlclling ... ... licnucth Rutledge .. ' Miss llillvy ....... MEMBERS .Xftun Nlcklilliuxl lillzalmetll ljllllgiill Juanita Hrowu Dcmulcl Miutcm Darrell jones liL'Ill1Cll1 Rutleclgu Charles XXX-rtz Susan XYl1ite Lcoua XYl1lIClllZl.lI Mary Mzmsliclcl Hclcn Straclling ,lulia .Xlice Rc-Sonor Presidc-ut Secretary Frcasuref Spcmsur 1926 g 'Rv Science Club W I'lcrlmcrt L32ll'lL'l' ........., Prcsimlcnl ICSHICI' Sayers ........ Vice'-l"resirlu111 Bernice Shaperu ...... SCCFt'flilj'-'liI'L'3Slll'C1' MEMBERS Fla-tis llinl tfzmthrrim- Qfarlvr Ilurothy Richey Nl:u'g'z11'ct Collins XValling Ryman .Xlbc-rt Millw- Rulwrl Half:- Iflayd Alt'C1ll1IlUll MHS 0Q Hi-Y Club Albert Miller .. ....... President Clinton Moore ... .... Vice-President Fred Urfer ...... ....... S ecretary George jewett ... ..... Treasurer MEMBERS llarcourt Morrow Harold Stephens VValling Ryman Robert Tyler Sam Grim Marion Killin Charles XVertz l'aul Emerson Carl Xxylllli-11115 Clyde VVCFU Richard Burns Scott Bowles Arthur Batemzm Fred Baldwin Sidney McClellan Corbett McClellan Marshall Martin Donald Morris Marian Proctor Phillip Schooley Harold Stick james Hammer Robert Ziegler Hershel Wilsori Carl Hoffer Fred llanner Sponsors Fred Tuhey Charles G. Hampton F. li. Allen l.. S. Martin HONORARY MEMBERS H. O. Lanning G. D. Brown Robert Balfe Howard Rogers Fred Powers Selby Greer Ralph Salerlee Carl Hofer VVilliam Caton Howard Peek Roger Gullett Herbert Carter Frances Oliver Wesley Wray Clyde Cory H. A. Pettijohn 09 1926 I WW SQW SQ QMHS QQSQSQSQW Friendship Club Esther Sayers ....... . ........ President Louise Hummel Susan VVhite ........... Vice-President Elizabeth Dungan ... ... ...... Secretary ... Treasurer Willene Allison Reba Atkinson Madonna Bewley Zoe Conger Catherine Carter Margaret Collins Elizabeth Dungan Sarah Ellis Dorothy Ellis Margaret Haymond Marian Jump Betty Hathaway Mary Perlett Madge Wilson Susan VVhite Doris Garrett Violet Garrett Mary Shireman Eleanor Brown Monzelle Hutchins Esther Murray Bernice Shapera Lois Elebarger Nellie Pingery Agatha Johnson Dorothy Richey Virginia Slack Mary lieppler XVanda Kirk Helene Koons Charline Leudeman Edith Larkin Helen McVay Pauline McKinley Edna Nixon Rachel Osborn Xxfllllfllllllllil Poland Phoebe Alice Stephens Esther Sayers Margaret Snider Grace Arthur Maribel MeDaniels Mary Stetter Eleanor Sadler Alberta Trego Nellie Tharp Mary Frances Thornburg Mary Tyler Velma Upton Dorothy johnson Helen Fisher Emona de Lucy Lucille Boland Florence Fallie Hulda Curry Katherine Bigelow Ethel Hann Bernice Hughes Opal Hughes g Mary Elizabeth Ryman Margaret Snider Florence Fallie Dorothy Monks Louise Hummel GQSQ 1926 6559 Q9 s MHS QQ Boys' Pep Club MEMBERS R.vbm-rt lkrzmnncr liztrclay Recd Ibzivid Meeks .Xrch Prosser XYilIiain llunvy Kress Patrick Rube-rt Moftitt Hays Young Robert Biblci' ,lohn Arthur' Hubert Barnes Hurry H2lgL'ftj' Dwight liartlvtt Gcorge Jcwctt Jann-s Swartz S3111 Hcnbow Kenneth XYuIsh Roy Austin isfllllk Govu Ruylnoud Citllltlllw Chris Buuncr Harold Steplicns d0 1926 Q9 Q9 MHS T'5 9 Frances Lesh Dorothy Johnson Dorothy Whipple Louise Marsh Kathryn Wasson Jayne Sample Cletis Bird Mary Tyler Cordelia Mansiield Velma Brumn Eunice Mitchell Edna Van' Dell Helen Wert Harriet Boyce Leona Whiteman Veda Johnson Elva Brown Elaine McDavitt Esther Sayers Catherine VVilliamson Martha Lewellen Juanita Brown Mary Wood Dorothy Miller Maribelle McDaniels Marthaellen Schooley Joan Nichols Girls' Pep Club Alma Roush Elva Abbett Margaret Keeser Lora Gove Garnet Grynies June Lockwood Martha Nichols Maybelle Whipple Zoe Conger Helen Luclington Margaret Bradburn Sara Ellis Margaret Grady Irene Mulkey Margaret Irene M ulkey Mary Snider Alberta Rees Clara Driscoll Melba Garver Harriett Crabill Mary Kuhn Kathryn Bell Margaret Collins Arnella Mathias Dorothy Fields Mary Manifold Monzelle Hutchings Nell Sharp Mary White Maxine VVillia1nson Enola Deane Doris Kinzie Virginia Case Edna Mae Nessett Mariam JOIICS Mary Thornburg Geraldine Early Virginia Thornburg Helen Rotherford Mary Ellen Kuhner Margaret Orr Mary Ann Martin Morna Jayne Greene Grace Arthur Virginia Olsen Maryhills Pfeifer Mary Keppler Helen Shear Audrey Vtfierbach Alice Watson Ethyl Brown Evelyn Dildine Janet Rogers Marjorie Moore Elmira Carpenter 1926 D , Q2 Q0 MHS Q9 "M" Club MEMBERS Fred Tuhey Advisor George Smith VVilliam XVedmore liob Hoover llarold Garcean Huck George Boyce Uakej lfehrman Don Morris Harold Moore Mat Joris Ed Wray Darrell jones Peck CVitasj Bratton Toni Cannon Henry gHorsej Eden VValling Ryman Albert Fisher Hill Howell Earl Dresback Fred Danner Albert McConnaghey 1926 Q9 MHS v Boys' Glee Club Robert llurman .Xlbert Rickcrt Wvalter Shaw Robert Paden Clyde Cory VVade McCoy Ralph Chalfant llcrshel lfVilson james llammer liarl Swain Robert Picrpoint Maurice Mitchell Darrell jones Luther Butler ,lack Liggett Howard Gill Earle Haney Paul Emerson liztrlc Uresbach Tom Cannon Robert Tyler Robert liramxncr Herbert lfaris Harold Garceun Edmond Costin Chester Newman Jack Altschul Ivan Sanders Q9 1 9 2 6 QQ Q9 MHS Girls VVillene :Xllison Reba Atkinson Gladys lieebe Kathryn Crampton llilda Curry Doris Deardorlf Sarah Ellis Florence Fallis Pauline Fells Ilelen Fisher Pauline Grater Betty Hathaway Madonna llobbick Lucy Hogue ' Glee Club Wvanda Kirk Doris Kinzie Mable Kramer limily Lyons lrina Mitchell Irene Mulkey Margaret Pettigrew Mona Rickert Katherine Rink Nellie Shear Thelma Snodgrass Mary Tyler Alice Vardaman Edna Van Dell Q9 1926 QQ Q9 MHS Florence Bly Vie Byrer Harold Milhollin Jeanette Chaniness Robert Milhollin Newlin Coffin Beatrice Miller Alice liverett Lawrence Miller Keneth Futrell Virginia Olsen Oliver Garceau Senior Orchestra Dorothy Richey Ralph Satterlee Wilbiir Gibson Philip Sehooley Susannah Gough Dorothy Seiple Harry li. Hagerty Glenn Silberman Norman Harris Morris VVatkins Meade Henkel Ruth Williariis Hlanclie Jones lidythe Jones Florence Jones Reginald jones Chalmers King NVancla Kirk Selby Martin Donald May Clara Mae lXleCoffi'e5 Ifclna Mcfreery Helen McVay George Mentis 1926 QQ junior Orchestra Mildred Carey Raymond Cfillllll Glen Tinkle lfdith Crist Corrine Lewis Carrie Chamness Georgia lreland Elizabeth liason Morris Watkiiis Mildred Gallimore XValter Shaw Helen Hall XVil1iam Hickman George Hinckley Meade Hinkel Harold llerd Harold Hutchins Qilmrles Hole lilorenee jones lflla Mae Meade George Xlentis Charline Millet Mary Mysker Mable Moore Alec MCGalliard Charles Pieroni Chester Shafer Alvin Thomas l Q9C4 fvc4 '2o 1926 '2oWaAiD2 a9 MHS Q S s Band HIS is the musical organization that furnishes pep at basketball games. They are under the supervision of Mr. Thomas. Next year, the band will boast uniforms. Q9 1926 Q9 09 MHS Home Economics Club Barlmara l'cckinhaugl1 ,.......... l'1'csirlc11t Martha Petro ........ .... N 'ice-President Marjorie Bryant .... ....... S ecretary Allene Lamb .... Treasurer MEMBERS XVilmu Garveer Hilda Norrick Lois Elabarger Dorcie Clarke Charliuc Dill Ileleu Bryan Pauline Wood Catherine Hoffer Sarah Chalfant Martha Jayne O'Neil SPONSORS Miss Hollenbeck Miss johnson Q9 1926 MHS QQ Athletic Board Mr. Martin .. ........... President Mr. Allen . ........ Vice-President Mr. Lingeman ........... Manager Mr, Tuhey ........... MEMBERS Paul George Thomas Cannon Selby Martin I Toward Sli royer Mr Mr. Mr. M r Mr. Allen Brown Martin Lingeman Murray Q9Gf 9C f4 1926 cf' ffJ 'D .'9QQ Secretary Treasurer MHS Scribblers' Club Virginia Olscn ...... ....... P rcsiclcnt Clarence Milspuugli ... ... Vice-Presicleiit .Xlice XVatson ....... ....... S ecretary Miss Hopkins ................,... Sponsor MEMBERS Kathryn Bull Robert lialfe Fred llalwin ,Xlicc Cllllillllllgs lflllOlH Doane Florence Jones Miriam ,lones Mary Kcpplar Clarence Millspziugll Virginia Mclicc Rogcr Nottingliuni Virginia fllsun lioslind Scrantun Alice XVatson lfvclyll Dilmlinc Roger Gallivan liarl Haney Sidney Klckfellan Thomas Lfzmnun Q0 i uf-1 1926 f 'BU X ' Q9 , MHS N t 3 00 I 1 ' 1 Advertising Staff of M agican .Xlliert Miller Corbett McClellan Aston Miller ,layne Sample Fred Danner Clctis llircl Darrell jones lfrcd Urfcr Anna Ruth Ayleswortll Frances Lush Harrold Stick Marshall Martin George jr-welt Kathryn VVasson Roy Austin Robert Tyler Adviser M auricc Reikelmerg wc-rwwtewarwr-2 1926 cf:w'e oQ Virgil Club CONSULS Charles Lesh Herbert Cartel SPONSORS Miss Cainmack Miss Hamilton Miss lienll Miss Hopkins Miss BlCIJCI'!HOllfl MEMBERS Elva Abbott lintheryne lligloxv Lneine Boland Veda Canady Herbert Carter Captola Hall Roma Hayworth Frances Lesh Kenneth Long Mzzribelle McDaniels Albert Miller linniee Mitchell Roberta Clements lilnine MeDavitt Emily Mix lihristine Cox Margaret Mix liathryne Wilsson Varl XVilliam Mary Wood julia Alice Resoner Juanita Brown Joanna Clouse Ifvelyn liull Louise Hummel Charles Lesh Corbett NICCCll2ll'l Virginia McKee .Xshton Miller ,lean Nichols lfclna Nixon Robert I'aclen Louise Platt XVlll16llI1l112l Poland Lois Rank Marthaellen Sehooley Mary Hatcher Mildred Russell llarriet Boyce Helen Ludington Agatha johnson Sidney McClellan Robert Milholan Blanche Marquill Q9 ex 1926 QQ Q MHS W ?9 Hiking Club fat Cqngei .................. President Mavbelle NVhipple .... Secrctaiy Treasurer MEMBERS Tlorthy Ritchie Violet Garrett Kathryn Biglow Cordelia Manslield Frances Dean llorthy Douns Vivian l.ivingston Ruth XVinebrenncr Ester Fink Martha Shear Doris Garrett lfrances Clark Reba Atkinson Maybelle Wfhipple lfstlier Conger Zee Conger Garnet Grymes Lncile Chalfant llorthy XfVhipple Nellie Shear Lillian Clark Mildred Galliinore Dophna De Poy Q9 1926 ?2 S QAQQX 21 L-4 nn - .4 C D L-4 Q FD D ... -w fb -4 RL P12 wg, il, SE 32, IQ Til QE ,DQ Q EQ ,gnu nm. :Q- :Q ' W 'Tn gl EE 'Da 0: To ff- GTO CDO - cd JU' in TO .QQ CTG QE 5-511' FE, NS' Cr: F. 'T-P1 js- 48 S'-VY .. QI F 25 - mf: -35 7 wo Qm r--'T L4 OCD :'1"1 ? F51 'S 5: N EQ am- CDS "TNQ-' FDC CCN: F1 .F EQ or.: JE CDD OO :rn 5: 5,5 Nil! . H ,565 qc.: 5163 FS:- "1 171 E- hx. Q I-v-4 .ET "1 n C S "1 f'f 7 L-. :Q '-: 5: , . 5 'N 1: N, 'w 'S-. A., Q.. ..,' lb Y Y l 'T' Ft, fb 1- 3 2 .. Q.. 2 -. 5 ilk -N, :- 'S w If N. S4 41. S- N. Q 'I 1 l Z O Fa PF 5.1 ,-. v-r-. 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""'4 'UK L!-s :Q 'Ct QR .EL Ez. ..,g IE 'QI 21' :Siu u iq'-'F Y +933 Om qv-4 Ugg, Q-E gE V21-LI ATHLETICS Q9 G wD MHS DC-Lww QQ FIRST S'I'RlJVG MEN Game First downs Incomplete passes Complete passes Yard-penalties Points Muncie 0pp'ts Muncie Opp'ts Muncie Opp'ts Muncie Opp'ts Muncie Opp ts Knightstown .... 7 9 0 4 5 415 1 90 25 110 Bluffton ....... 8 1 6 4 4 58 Newcastle .... . 17 3 7 12 8 66 Anderson. .. 25 5 S 20 12 74 Marion ...... 10 8 4 5 4 7 Technical... 10 7 18 2 11 6 Ft. Wayne ..... 16 7 5 2 12 10 Elwood ..,.. 13 3 14 7 1 1 28 Portland .... 13 3 10 7 4 66 Richmond .... 13 8 11 11 9 26 Total ..... 134 55 87 75 90 24 410 215 451 M3 SQUAD 1926 49 W65S96QSQo MHS .4 GQSQW IRISH WALSH irish Wfalsh and Charley ,Xnclrews were zippointecl oflieial yell learlers for IUZS-1026. They worked well together until Charley moved to Ifloriclzi. That left the hurflen of extracting the yells from the howling inohs up to Irish. He did 21 goocl jab of extract- ing, too. and with the :iitl of lirzink Clove :incl lfrecl XYright, the yells were lirst class. RAYMOND MYRICK Coach Blyrick hails from XVisconsin where they l'l.,XY football, The lirst year. his team was undefeated in a scheduled game. The scconcl year. his team was undefeated. This year. his team was defeated only once, hy a margin of one point only. Such success merits no end of commen- clatfon. A ny coach who can come to a school when a sport is being revived, after a long period of clormancy, and put teams in the front ranks. deserves compliments of the highest calibre. .gf 1 g"TffFt V QZBLSIVNQQXQ J QQ W K Q 1926 :P 'sssnis .f . .... K a9 MHS cf. e Q'Q All State Football Men f A Our Four Horsemen Q9 1926 9 MHS ta "HUCKLE" GEORGE Quarterback and Captain NVhen Coach Christopher, back in l92Z. looked around for a quarterback, his eye fell on a boy adept in all departments of the game. He put "Huck" at quarterback. hop- ing that he would produce. He did. They had a successful season, considering that football was just being revived after a period of dormancy. The next year Myrick wanted a quarterback and "I-lucklel' was there to fill the bill. At the end of the season, not an opponent had crossed the purple line. In a post-season game, Emerson of Gary, won 7 to 0, on a fluke play. In that game the George Thornburg combination nearly for- ward-passed the Gary boys to defeat. The next year, with a green team behind him. George, as captain, piloted them through the season with only one score for the op- ponents. Hartford City caught us in an un- guarded moment and slipped over a touch- down. This year, with only one regular lineman left from last season, George, cap- tain for the second consecutive year, piloted a much lighter team than last year's. through the season with only one defeat chalked up, and that at the hands of the strong Technical team, of Indianapolis. and only one point at that. Huckle graduates this spring, and it will be some task to lill his place. George was selected unanimously by sport writers as all-state quarterback last year. This year he was chosen on the all- state first team, by one writer, and on the second team by another. who claimed George lost his prestige in the Tech game. But who can condemn a man for losing one scheduled game in a career of four years? He is the best quarterback and the most out- standing player in high school football, in this section of the country. JACK LIGGETT Fullback Liggett started his football career back in "ZS," when the big Chase Brothers were out socking opposition left and right. Jack, not very big then, received all the knocks and bumps that the freshman usually get and have to take- This helped Jack a lot, for in 1924 he made the hrst team and played full- back, filling Paul Harrold's shoes very effi- ciently. This job being a hard one to do, did not worry Liggett, for he would drive through the line like a demon, lead interfer- ence, carry the ball on plays off tackle, and always gain the yards needed, and tackle well. There are no words for it. when a line- man missed thc man with the ball, Liggett was right there with the goods, and downed was recom- him like a ton of brick. Jack mended by Coach Myrick for the all-state team after a successful season last year. in wh'ch he played as good a game at fullback as has been seen here for many days. He received honorable mention on the all-state team. He graduates this spring and his place will be hard to till. BOYCE FEHRMAN Left Tackle W'hen Coach Myrick sent out his tirst call for candidatesifor the football team last fall. lfehrman, a substitute tackle on the team the year before, came out determined to make the team and land a regular berth. Boyce. a big healthy athlete. had the push to just do this thing and plenty IUOYC. ln each game he showed up as one of the best tackles in the state- He was good at break- ing through the line and stopping opposing teams' plays before they got under way Besides being a good defensive man, he led good interference on all offensive plays. Fehrman is another one of the boys we lose by graduation and although not receiving a place on the all-state team, he received hon- orable mention, which is plenty good. if you ask us anything about it. 'XVe would not re- fuse such an honor if given it, would we? ED. WRAY Right Tackle Ed took up the dainty game of football in his junior year in high school. He had no experience to speak of, except that which he obtained at the fooball training camp at Camp Crosley, a month or so before football season started. Ed seemed to take to football like a duck does to Water: for he made the first team and played right tackle. He improved each game until at the close of the season he was one of the best tackles Muncie High has put out. When the foot- ball season started last fall, Ed was right there and helped to make our team one of the best in the state and by his good all- around playing was chosen as all-state tack- le on the all-state football team. Coach Myrick, although losing a lot of good men by graduation this spring, will hardly lose a better man than Ed. Ed is a good stud- ent, and the college which gets him will find he has the push to do anything. 1926 - 'N Q MHS 6e Football Men "HUCK" GEORGE The only quarterback Central Iligh School football fans have ever known. VVhen t'Huckle" started with any semblance of interference something usually happened, either a long gain or a touchdown. A Rear- cat of fight and ability to play the game clean. "JAKE" FEHRMAN YVhen Fehr hit 'em he messed them up plenty. He rarely missed a play when it came h's way. It was too bad for the oppo- sition when Ulfirpon got mad. He was worse than the wild bull of the Pampas on offense or defense. A true Bearcat in iight and grit. EARL DRESBACK "Dresie" played a fine game for his Iirst and last season on M. H. S. gridiron. A good pass receiver, and powerful offense and de- fense. Plenty of iight and spirit. He broke the wind for the backlleld. ED WRAY A hard-hitting bulwark of strength on of- fense or defense. A peculiar knack at see- ing the opponents plays and then breaking them up. A true Bearcat in the field or in the class-room. A desire for A's and M's. MHS C Football M en DON MORRIS Persistence, faith, and determination, have their reward in the end. lt took four years for Don, but time made no difference. A dogged spirit of relentless pursuit of the coveted goal of the High School Athlete. A Bearcat throughout. JACK LIGGETT XVhen jack got the ball and started, it took some genuine opposition to stop his twisting, lunging. powerful attack. A Bear on offense and defense. The kind of full- back you read about in history. "MATT" JO RIS The coach tried Matt at the end position, but he didn't have anyone to help in front, so he was shifted to halfbaek. Then the music started. It is too bad he couldn't run, twist, dodge, and sidestep any more. lle probably would have been a contortionist in ll circus if he had been able. A Bearcat on offense or defense. and clean to the core. "HANK" SMITH "Smitty" was built like a Dusenberg, pow- erful and close to the ground. Plenty ol light and pep. He carried the ball as if it had a handle on it. and he held on to it. Too bad for the boys to try to stop him. Smitty had a peculiar knee ailment. Wliat knee? MHS ' Football M en BOB HOOVER Hoover hailed from Hartford City, but you coultln't tell it by seeing hinl play. This year he blossomed into the full Heclgefl, hard hitting, wary, and fighting llearcat. ' HAROLD GARCEAU XX'hen tjarceau hooked feet with Hoover, only a human catapult could pierce the wall thus formed. He had 21 wicked look that had a "telling" eftect upon the opponent. A hard hitter, blocker, or tackler. Always a llearcat. "Don't be a Goopf' FRED DANNER .X veritable tower of a player. His feet on the ground and the stars tickling his ears. Dependable to the utmost. at critical times. Always on hand with a line spirit and plenty of light. A Bearcat from the ground up. "KY" WEDMORE He hit the line like a ton of bricks. The most likely candidate for next year's quar- terback. Full of light and spunk. A hard tackler and a clever blocker. He could carry a ball, punt, pass, and play. His nose always hit something, a list or shoe or any- thing that came his way. f MHS Football M en TOM CANNON Tom played a wonderful game and had plenty of pep, light and that old Bearcat spirit. He received zi hroken leg in thc Portland game. A clever hlocker, pass rt-- ceiver, and good on offense, and defense. .X Bearcat throughout. DALLAS PEARSEY Pearsey teamed with Fehrman for an air- tight wall. Hard tackling and clever block- ing was his long suit. A Bearcat through and through. His pads were Filled with heavy material, Hleadf' G '5D Qle'. c4 .fve-we Mus ew'a -svcswwe THE ,S'lf,l,S'U,N' OF 7025 ITH a lnackheld and one lineman to lmnild around, Coach Myrick sent his team on the held against Knightstown, expecting a hard hattle. After the first kickoff it was only a question of score for the purple. The game ended 110 to O, Muncie. This was un- doulmtedly the highest score in the state for the season and has sel- dom, if ever, lmeen equaled or surpassed. The scores in the next game continued high and the Anderson game was the next highest score with 74 to O. Our only sethack of the season came at the hands of Technical High of Indianapolis, 7 to 6. XYe tried to land them for a post-season game to he played Thanksgiving Day, but they were in no way inclined to give us a return game. The Fort XVayne game was a close one. They scored a touchdown, and then Matt put a place kick across. Then we scored a touchdown and the gameg the last part of which was played in the dark, ended IO to 7, Muncie. The Richmond game was the last scheduled game. They came, expect- ing to win, hut when a team of "M" seniors, filled with the determin- ation to win, came on the held, the game was Muncie's. Score 28 to O. Q9 1926 Q9 MAURICE B. MURRAY Coach 11111- 111 11111 11111111 1'1-z1s1111s XY1lj' M. ll. S. Il1XYZ1j'S 1lZlC1 s11'11:11' 111111- 11z111 2l1lf1 11:1s1w111z111 1cz1111s. 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Y 1926 gam 79 'vC4?x -1310 ' ' MHS ' W Basket Ball Captain "BILL" HOVVELI, Back guard "KY" WEDMORE Guard "MATT" JORI S Center PAUL BURGESS HHUCKU GEORGE Forward Forward 2 at CfL '9 A MHS C4 QL ta Basket Ball y BILL HOWELL Back Guard Wfhen football season ended and the boys of the polished hardwood reigned supreme, Coach Murray had to get a man to take big Jess Morgan's place at back guard for the Bearcats. Howell, who played substitute guard last year, was the best bet for the position, and in the nrst game of the season against Stoney Creek, he showed himself capable of holding down the berth. Bill was captain of the Bearcats and was prob- ably one of Central High's best guards. which was shown in that famous Muncie- Frankfort game in which the Bearcats won from the Hotdogs in an overtime period. Bill graduates this year and will prove a great loss to the basketball team, for Coach Murray will have to lind a new back guard for the Bearcats next year. PAUL BURGESS Paul, all-state center on the Y. M. C. A. Midgets last year, tried out for the Bearcats last fall and landed a regular place on the first team at forward with Huckle George. Burgess has the knack of handling the ball and dribbling and is death on side shots. Like Joris, he always managed to collect six or seven goals per game and break up play after play before they got past the center of the floor. Burgess is lost by grad- uation, and we grieve greatly for a man as good as Paul next year. MATTHEW JORIS Matt, another XVilson High School boy and ex-center on Coach Pettijohn's Cham- pion. Midgets in 1923, came to Coach Mur- ray m his freshman year and made the bas- ketball team. "Sleuth," you might say, is about the best basket shot we have had a chance to treat our eyes to since Paul Har- old and Tootie Thornburg's time. He al- ways got from six to seven baskets per game and when Matt couldn't hit, the whole team couldn't hit. Matt was sick during the last part of the season and couldn't get go- ing good for tournament time, which was one reason we didn't go to the state this year. Sleuth stays with old Central next year and will be right there to help her take the state. WILLIAM "KY" WEDMORE "Ky," a product of NVilson Junior High, came to Central a sophomore year before last and made the basketball team as sub- stitute for Bill Shields. Although small, but husky, VVedmore can dribble and stop the opposing team's play at will. lle is plenty fast and has a habit of dribbling down to the center of the tloor and sinking long ones. Ky has another year to participate on the basketball team, and should help to make next year's team the best in years. ' 'PAUL GEORGE "Huckle," the smallest man on the team, was not satisiied in just playing football and baseball, so he tried out for basketball in 1924, and made the regular team, playing forward with "Tootie Thornburgf, The end of this season ended Huckle's third and last year with the Bearcats on the hardwood. His fast floor game mixed with heady drib- bling, brilliant passing, and never-say-die spirit along with two years' experience, was the means of many victories for Central High. Huckle's graduation this year, as mentioned above, will end a high school athletic career to be proud of, and Muncie will expect quite a bit from George in col- lege in the years to come. Q-L 1926 C' Qacawwe-.w'.fve. Mugs mwmwmww Basket Ball H H HAROLD MOORE BOB BRAMMER Guard Guard UPECKU URATTON Center A EARL MACE "HANK" SMITH Forward Forward atb-iii -'Wvif MHS A' -f+ an 'WD Basket Ball ROBERT BRAMMER Robert, another one of the short, sturdy, fast type of players, came to Coach Murray last fall and showed himself capable of hold- ing down a place on the basketball squad. lirammer could always be depended upon to go into the game in XYOClll'lOI'0iS place and hold his own with the opposition, besides connecting with the draperies right along. Hob has two more years to play with the team and should be about the best running guard in the state in his senior year. HAROLD MOORE Moore, the Golaith of the basketball team. came out for basketball last fall and gave Howell a tight for his place at back guard. Due to his having some experience at cen- ter, Coach Murray shifted Moore to this position as substitute for Joris. Moore is "Dead liye Dick" on basket shooting and could always come through for one or two pointers, and when started down the floor, due to his size. he could hardly be stopped. Moore will be ineligible for basketball next year and will probably be our next yell leader. tNo fool4ng.l "PECK" BRATTON Two years ago Peck tried out for the bas- ketball team, after having one year's ex- perience with the Muncie Midgets. He made the team as a substitute forward, due to his wicked basket eye and his ability tim go into the game at critical moments and make two or three baskets. l.ast season. Peck was changed to back guard, to help Howell. He proved a stone wall on de- fense and will be up and going next year. EARL MACE lfresh from the State Cfhampiotiship Mid- get team, an all-state forward by the name of Earl "Snub" Mace. came to us. Earl. the smallest. fastest. basketball cyclone that has struck the Ball Gymnasium for centur- ies, came back to school last year and made the basketball team. .Xlthough small and handicapped by his size, he is exceedingly fast in dribbling and coming under the bas- ket for those left-handed hook shots which worry the defense to death. Snub will re- main with the squad next year and is one of the hopes around which Coach Murray will build a winning team next season. GEORGE SMITH Smitty or George, which ever suits you or him, playing his second year with the team, played a good offensive game as well as a good defensive. He was especially hot on the pivot and reverse turn which he used constantly when inserted in a game to baf- tle the defense and obtain those precious two-pointers, which he was no slouch at getting. George graduates this year, be- cause he happens to have thirty-two credits, which always has been the price of a sheep- skin, and will be missed next year when basketball season starts. ata- Os- e 'LL 'W 1926 sv 'U iw 'W nw rs m Bearcats Opponents A 1926 F . Season Date Opponents Where November 27 Stoney Creek llcrv 37 Deccxuber 4 l.igo11iCr U 69 " ll lilwoocl A xvzly 38 12 Ift. VVayn0 ICQ-11.3 " 34 lH Kokomo L27 2.3 M:u'tI11svilla- " .32 IU Nvw Castle llcrc 47 " 30 lrfillllil-UI'l " 32 hlzmuznry 2 Ricllmoml SU H 3 Sllortriflpjv 66 '7 lflwoml H 47 15 Ruslmvillc .Xwzxy 'lll 33 l.:1l'z1ycl1c' HCVK' U0 " 29 New Custln- .Xwuy 34 lfm-lnruxlry 5 lxlllfllill llL'1'v Z " ll 'l'cvl111ic'z1l U 37 l3 Vixwvlmxles 'XWUY 27 19 Marion 1' 43 20 Vt. XVaynQ QS. SD 'y 03 26 Connersvillc HCVC 33 Tournament Score llC1ll'l'Z1lS Opponents llcurcuts vs. l'lZ1l'l'lSOll 3-l ll llC1ll'LT2ltS vs. Allmuuy. 35 l3 llcarcats vs. Cowan.. Sl 23 AllC2ll'CZll5 vs. Ccntvr.. -lll 'J Q9 o 'N 1926 I ?0 at t MHS W Track Team HE Track Team, although being defeated at the hands of Port- land and Elwood, by very close scores, had a very successful 1925 season, led by Captain Eden, and Coach Lingeman. After the meet at Elwood, the thinly clads went back the next week to compete in the sectional meet there. They made a good showing against such strong teams as Elwood, Carmel, Noblesville, Portland, and Anderson, by placing third. Muncie was then represented at the state meet by Jones, who tied for first place in the high jumpg Ryman, who placed fifth in the mile run, and Bill Lewis, who won second in the two hundred and twenty yard dash. These fellows tried hard and did fine for their Hrst year at the state meet. Ryman was fine and won First point Muncie ever got at the state. There will be few letter men lost from the squad, and Coach Lingeman expects to have a good team this year. e0 1926 QQ MHS Elf' 'QI ' 1 X X L 4 N T Xx , 3? ,.z, g T L lb? f ,fmumxnsuununmmx XX l MW 'X X I X ' 52 Q X Q . -' xx J 1'- KW' V7 kg xi iff M 7 W uf 6 v .i Ius-r A cnmram '21-'IQ MHN'Fl?0M MUNCJE ji Il- .64 ig f .xfl a , ' ,N Y - 4, , if 3 M mA,T , , my 59' , - . -,k'wue.i, . f4v'HL157'1c 1J11,1,5 M5 ? NIIIS ? Q GJ Q C Qf 4,50 G ,C Xxxx fggy rf' 7 CfL ff Y C lib , if w 1 I 2 :wiv 19336 F Calendar SI?1I"l'IChI IIICR 7 - sSeniors sannter in, -luniors jump in, Sophomores strut in, Freshmen fall in. 8-f.fXll signed up anrl short classes. "1Yell. well. welll Are you in this class. too?" 9-f-'Gone hut not forgotten. Position as mother ol' 206 is regretlully Ya- eatecl hy Mrs. lvins ancl nohly lillecl hy Kliss Cannnaeli. 10 sStill cloflging frantic lreshies. ll fw Completed I sf- the Iirst four flays ol- honclage. 14 -fr Great chemists! Great physicists! Great lotanistsl Great rlayl liirst Seienee Cluh meeting. 15. I,oelters assignerl. l,ihrary login' in irate tones! " lit-ep oll my feet! I was in here ahearl of you I" 16 --ff Miss Clevinger aslas to see Nlr. I lar- ris's pass slip upon meeting him in the hall. Yea, Ifaeultyl 17-Honorary position of yell leatler hotly eontestetl. Uh, yes! 1SiI2ahI Rah! Rah! Itiirst pep chapel. Yea-a-afa-a I l9f Ileareat stars knight linigghtstown. 110 sparltlers. 21-Iivet-yhofly happy? S-ofnre "trat'l4 meet." Z2-"Irish" anrl ujhlltlyn win the rlef eision Ior yell leatlers hy a Iilil majority I 23 - No casualtiesw- even the uwearers of the green" hehaverl. 24- Miss XYray is refluestetl to present her pass slip. Again we say, "Yea, Faculty I' 26f Big, hacl, holrl Ileareats hlull' IIluII'- ton, 58 to O. 23-Lapse of activity after Saturmlayls harfl hght. 29 V---- - 'llhree hrother pups were atllnittetl into the Orcler of the Purple Pup- pets. .lO"fl:2l1'l1Cl' Martin explains in cletail election customs for seniors in 206. CIC'I'O IIE IQ 1 - Brewing enthusiasm for the New Castle game. 5 V- Ileareats shatterecl Ilenry hlOllll'Q'iS "New Castle"-A sixty-six stories fell. J ff Iiig Senior Campaign! Vote for ? 1, e C'.en.v,g,,+e: 1513 - 1:-S1 V' Y' If 5 Ifxfkl A - fy Y Jw - 41 41- ff QA 1- .f.,,Q.,7 L' 'i ng 1 FZ Lff.. -, I ri, LN adam, W o - Senior pow-wow in cafeteria. Une nominee misserl his calling 'he shoulcl have heen up for class ora- tor instead of Sergeant-at-1-XIQIXIS. Such a winning speech! 7 - 'Ilhrill anfl heart throhs V senior election clay at lastl l'resitlent'y a tie! Such moments! Uh my, Uh My! 3 - Yea, Caesar! .Xs of olrl, ever vief loriolls. lir s on v. franc a ? fo, is 'I t I l' I S l l 'X h 1 l chapel. Iieareats scalp .Xnflerson Inclians. 13 -ff Vluniors have their pow-wow. Much consternation as to why nominees only L U lelit immediately alter speeches. 1-l--'Violet, indigo, green, yellow, orf ange, ancl red! Rainbow? No, just 306 hlaekhoarcl. ,, XX? 5 , Q . c X' C5 4 ui MHS 15 -Y More excitement in junior sanc- tum-f f election clay! to -juniors imitate seniors. Stage a 17' - io-, zo Zls-! tie in their election. llow ahout our XYilcl lrish Rose comhination in chapel? Marion's big gala clay. Only three clays this week. XVhoop- eee-flee! Delirium tremensl Nightmare! Pie for supper? No --- report cards to- clay l Discovered --YY vmore avoirclupois than poise in the senior class! Medical inspection toclay. I Ll , 1 I ' ' "L"'f'u i 'fe' - MM- New t llltf'-H FAJESHMEN mflfrzffii - 23-f Bearcats clefeatecl hy a few "tech- nicalitiesf' Zo - Senior social committee meeting. Sounds goocl. 27-jewelry chosen. Start saving pen- nies. ZS f- Mary XYoorl eseortecl into 206 ninth period hy an official of repute. 29 -fjewelry committee meeting. tlot your pennies savecl? .SO -W Another hig pep chapel. Sl Y-Y llearcat eleven clowns lfort XYayne solcliers 10 to 7. Xt JVICM lllflt 'J lfour of the most' mlignitit-flt?l Senior maiclens were seen skipping hlithfully 'clown the corridors at lunch hourfwancl yet we "ran" the fresliies. 'w A flot your ticket? No! Uh, get one from me? Sale of tickets for "lfast is lYest" starts totlay. All juniors greatly mocked toflay. New array of pictures in our cor- riclors. XYelcome, Klr. Mock! llauhers' Cluh reception. "ln the infinite, Ming Toy, From whence all things come. There is no East, there is no West. West is lfast, ancl liast is XYest." Raineno game. Compliment us-we're not too green to hurn. New Fire sirens in- stallecl. Muncie pastefl lflwoocl with her own heauty mucl. Hn this mlay, "XYe pleclgecl allegi- ance to our flag -- " "Really now, olcl cleah, floes Maw- tha llaney sounml hetter than some othah Mawtha we know 7' Nlarie's still running to get arouncl the lmlack feline that crossed her path toclay. lletter late than never. 'llarcly again? 221 the tenth! 'llhey say that the girlies they clon't have much pep, etc., hut they fooled them in girls' pep chapel this morn- ing.. XYas our Senior Revue a success? XYell, l'll say it was! XYell, we're sure proucl of our liearcats for toclay's work! l'eppy l'ep Cluh hoys sell llearcat hamlges for the opening haskethall game. Vickwickians have a hig feefl at llotel Kirhy. "XX'hen Romance l,ivefl" went over with a wow. 'llhere was no occasion for attencl- ing school today or tomorrow. lt was a vacation, children. so S in S oqfifra QQ!! sy xl! Bearcats delicatcd Stoney Creek in 7 lirst ' basketball encounter of the year. 3 IJICCICM BIC!! XX'ho's in the limelight? Hayworth, 11 XX'right. and Ilowell receive honors in the Purple Puppetsg llayworth elected president, and XVright and 12 llowell initiated. Cards? Pass -V fpass. ! passffno aces. 15 "'!lwo dollars. pleaseusv no, not for tickets of any kind, but just a one- act play given by a few Pickwick- 14 ers at the Pickwick meeting. 'llhe Bearcats make the !,igen"ears" wiggle. - llonor ro!! rolls by. 13 Calendar team calls time out. 18 Chapel! Rev. Mr. Nicely gives nice ,, .. 7g talk on llaniaseus. . 'S just one more 'llhursday before vacation. 26 State birthday H- Indiana celebrates iofnii. 27 . . 0 !'reshman conversation overheard -8 bv seniors. lst lfreshie: "Do the f . 5 7 keep the calves in the cafeteria?" 'Q 2nd Freshie: "Shurrrr, that's where they get their milkf, Seniors rotate to Rotarian chapel. llay by day in every way vacation . . 1 is closer and closer. Coming Attraction ! Bearcat ila '- , S J ers present "'!'hose Five Vacation H Games." 3 Station S.C LS. broadcasting: "A Radio Fantasy." 4 Al A N UA K Y School beginsg golden opportunity for students to get rest after 5 Christmas dances. lfavorite expression among stu- dents: "W'e really have the Brick." 15 Say it with .!"lowers." Ask llamp- ton. N!-!X!-!X!U!X! if C-C-Clli. MUN- C! li! M UNC! IC! Nl UNC! lf! Were not boasting nor bragging. just hoping and praying. Oh, those girls! llow they love to practice the "Charleston" in the hall ! 'llhe "Sophies', were entertained this morning by members of the lfxchange Club. The date of the month is O. li., but it is Wednesday instead of Fri- day. Special chapel for girls only today. Dr. lledger of Chicago will be the speaker. Her subject will be, "How to Succeed on the job." NYE gotg now keep it -f '!'he Brick, 'llhe Brick, etc. Qladamoiselle -lamieson via liurope. Now we begin another semester. All young teachers are rushed. Short periods. All shows are crowd- ed. No advanced prices. All llail, Father Hampton. Mrs. Dalby sure makes a good as- sembly teacher. lfh, what, juniors? Underclassmen d0n't know what it's all about-221 the tenth. !"l'1B!QL7.1X!QY The little "thunderbo!ts" are lost without their "l,ightnin'." The bulk of the Boys' Pep Club were entertained in 221 tonight. "All permanent pass slips, null and void." Such is life! Yes, Miss Lancaster, we enjoyed the Strand yesterday afternoon. So's your Ant-ique. lfrom the boxes to the ladies, the football sweaters traveled this morning. Are we superstitious? Well, yes, I guess! Friday the 13th was sure Our jinx. - hlust eight more weeks till gratlua- tion. Uh me, oh, my! XYorltl llero essays clue. Aw gee! -f "The Rivalsf, ,Iuniors wanna make some money to give us seniors a hifi' clanee. Sshh! 6 . anrl 20-f'll1'youts lor senior play. -V liig senior party in eafeteria. lfveryliocly out! ff Senior chapel. fin!! YA 7754: cjenrbr Vfila 6avc 3 ' MV pany A .fl Z 1 Q f ' E de Lucy KL M HS lfif Fire to the right of them, tire to 8 the left of them if onwartl mareheml the "four hunclrecl." liire rlrill to' o clay. 16 17ss1lust another Xleclnesrlay. 21 f "'k??? ! ! ! -f Stir your 5-lLlIIl19s!" "Captain Applejaelqf W Jcfnrvmlfv Apwnmcfc Md 23 -- e ,W ' S 'S A 2 1 e, 2, it as IBEW QI . my 1 , ' E.a.1.ucy-14 MARC! l 5 --W Cowan comes to town with a large delegation. 6---illliey all fall for the Ileareats. sooner or later. 8-On to the regional! ll ---- Roy Austin makes his clehnt in grant! opera, "l,ass of liimerielt Town." l2fhlust one more clay until the llear- eats tight again. 14-Charles .llareourt eelehrates his eighteenth hirthclay. Great hig hoy! 15 '--- "Of all the sacl worcls of tongue 3 or IICII, 7' 'llhe saclclest are these -feit might 12 have heenf' 1,1 lf! --s1Xs the eloelc struck six this morn- ing, Elaine lilizaheth Xlellavitt 30 turned "sweet sixteen." 35 Spring vacation sf XYl1oopeeflee! 28 29 is Yea, Giants! State victors! 31 wtlimme! Gimme! Gimme! 1t's 30 for the Community lfunml. 31 .XI'lQll. 1 - Dolls, tewltly hears, all-tlay suckers! Senior girls' ltitl party. l 2-llaywortli, as ever, rietorious in Z oratorieal contest. 3 MAY Louise Harsh has a hirthclay. - A .lunior-Senit ir Prom, Initiation ol- llramatie Cluh plecljges. -"Merton of the Nltwiexii senior class play. f llramatie Cluh hanrluet. Dramatic Clulfs last appearance. -- Senior farewell ehapel. Senior clanee. H- llaealaureate serriees. Vergil hanquet. ,I es ii Seniors pieanninny! Senior banquet. Gracluation. Q 1 A 2 3 3 1: , ,g ,,, Ai, L X 5' 1 ,A Q 90-s 1- , A,,f jii' .. J 'VJW' 5 A . 4- 6 ' 5 ' ..-' ' - , 8 f - 4 , I 9 7 10 11 Plate filffllfl' I f4Xt this periml in their young lives. Miss Seliuuley was not wor- rying ahunt l.zitin euntests. nur was l'hil thinking about playing cluets in ehnpel. l'lt'l1rrt' 2' --Ut euurse this is ll lmhy picture uf Nlztryhills Pleiller. :ill he- fleelaecl nut fur the party in lsux pleats :incl huttun shoes. She luulqs its it she startecl tu use Cwlegzlttfs tuotlipztste early. I,fL'fltl'C 3 Unr "Class gmtieliu, shuw- ing that he stzlrtetl early in the lnnsiness. For the hcnelit ut' the 11IlllCI'ClZlSSI11Cll we might say that it's llztrwlcl Stephens, who wun the zilmure litnim' hy an overwhelming IllZljtbl'ltj'. l'icl111'f' I HSl.L'YL'u1lQILlll. .XIiterluul4- ing :tt l'ietnre 3 we might sziy he hzul ll rather "Ur, .lekyl and Mr. Hyde" clisim- sition -V hut thenfynn never run tell :xhtml llzlrulil, l'1'fl111't' 5- Hur lawn little lllztek-eyecl Susan - Miss Susan XX'hite, if yon No.1 Piclzlrf' 04"Sznn1ny" Grim, :is sure :ts Zlllfflllllgl You would hztrclly reeng- nize him without his "l9Z6" sweater, would you? l'lc'l111'i' fr V-NN e have lurgntten her nznne. hut VVlIZlliS in :L nzune. zlnywziy? She might he saying, "Ile lures meg he 5 lures nie notf' ljliffllfi' N ----,Nt the time we :ire writ- ing this. they :ire qilurznitinefl with inezlsles. liegulzn' lfslxiinn twins' feh. what? Klziry, us usual. keeps her grip un l'l1'ZlllCCS. l'1'r!1m' U f f l,uul4 :lt that inilliun-ilul- lan' smile! XYell. whit wuulcln't smile when she is hzlring her "1ritrher tnulqn? Iiltllllft' Nl-fliezuly lui' sfliiml len years ztgn. Miss Nlliiiymi, we VV2l11llEl ynu have El typewriter tn that lmuw il Img. XX'e imagine it's getting hezwy. :ifter ull these f'L'Zll'S. l'lt'll11't' ll -fXYell, well. llerniecl wlezise. CllIll'llllIlLf. we sztvl Xxilllklllllw' lim' the hirclie? Surreal? 4 . 5 qw'JNfXimw. iimwf X Cm sv Ni: .U :mU ffff'N MHS A .QQ-. iss 5 fa ni Q , -. 1 iw, Q , X , Y lv' 1. X ,A t . Y .. I gi" T? I f ,W 4, ,.,f", ' X-,-54-1 M' sf-I ,ff '2 ., 4: x L M' , Q , ,W 153. ,x K" Mg ' ' . ' W Q f-, . h ,gtfsjr ' ' ' M532 4f r'Kfz,s:zs5i:-jf K A 1 . f ...A I r 7 5 9A 4 K 1, ' 2, X v 4 gg k ,E i A .I . .A Q 13, -. . Q 1 V Q Q ' A. - '- ff? f - J Z S 9, Q . qw . ,ggmgw 6-42? 3 Q f A A W VX ','- L"L P ' , fy , K f ,f S M 9' 'N 1 3 -,Q O 6 M L A 'Q' K , 11 Plate No. 2 l,l.l'flll't' 7 f- Miss Nloore has a parasol extended alzoye her head and has her dress hauled up, showing her knee. She is engaged in singing or whistling. Now l remember -- s she contracted sand fleas on this occasion. 1,1't'flt1'1' 2 -W llolm Tyler, you lmig lmutter- and-egg inanffcomin' to town in your sled, is you? You're arrested for parkin' hy the spark plug. No use hellerin' and a hawlin' - it does you no good fast. l'irl1o't' 3 f- XYhy. Klary lfrances 'l'hornlmurg, you little dickensl ls oo playin' "l le loves meg he loves me not"? At such a tender age a young girl should he ashamed ot' tears! l'1'rf1n't' -l -- XYell. 'llhelma Moore! llashful you was, and a good lass. You look so sweet, standing in the grass. 1,lAt'fIH't' 5 --f Veda Canada f- l helieye, just in from the South. No, those are not ears -sjust a big hair-rihhon. 'llhe locket is solid gold, and the dressfoh, inyl I'1'rl11re 6-- Karl Xlvilliains, alias Math Shark. Guess he wants to know what makes the hell ring. llonit you think he has a cute dress? 1,ft'fllI't7 ff llollyanna, alias lllary Tyler. She's all decked out in whites-- guess she's thinking almout graduating. lJ1At'fIH'l' A'----'lllie idea is, someone gets up in a cherry tree and drops the cherries into the upturned hat which the hoy is wearing, thus saving time, money. and etliciency. Uh, yes, this is Kress Patrick. lle was on lns leet' in those days. l'icf1fre U- -She was proud the day she got this set of lurs. lJon't see them any more. XYonder what she used on her hair? l,l.t'fIH't" I0 -Xlvell, Well, Roma llay- worth! 'llhe spring hat she is wearing was given her for winning the oratorical contest. l,l't'fI1I't' ll --,lust lmelore the lnig six- day hieycle race. Going nowhere in par- ticular on two wheels. Don't those pedals hurt your feet? l'irI11rt' 72 -----,layne Sample, in the midst of a harhers' strike. .layne is the only rival of hay llainter, as Ming Toy. I 2, ,gg f ri.y,.S. Q ky.. . .. . . 5 n , V, V, ia: 4 .Q if . 4 X 3 'ska - v .5 n a w G bf . , V , A X3 ' A jj- I5 di ves Nb- X of MHS wi s -f?'l?Q Plate Pirfzrrtr I-Do you recognize them? 'llhey went all the way to lilwood in that red buggy. No pushing was allowed. 'llhey were a happy lot of mixed nuts. III-l'fl!I'l' J -f -- We have with ns, live girls from home. 'llhey posed for this pictnreg that's why they smile. l,lL'll1l'C See My goodness! XYhat's this? llerinann is showing' our llar- court how they do it in Detroit, while liress and Clinch stand in awe. Stephens is playing' "Are Yon Sorry l,l.t'fIH't' ln-Y Harney, himself. It loolss good to see his fare. 'llhe llearcat lmanner is right there. Pl,l'flH't7 5-H Kressie and Dressie on a lvieyele. Do you suppose they 'Came to school on it? I,l't'flH'l' 6 Lumlmerjaek Clements and Right lind Dreslwaelc. This guy with a cap is a strange character seen around Central. No reward. Pl,t'flll'C 7-Charles Snodgrass, folks. The sun's in his eyes. XYhere did you get the lmtiggy. Charlie? No.3 l,l'l'fIH'C X - 1 lere they are again -al- most to Elwood. The fellow on the right is lmlind, so he ran along behind and picked up the machinery which fell from the engine. l,1.t'flH't' U fllhree little girls. playing in the school-yardg llelen. lilaine. and Peewee. XYe don't know what they're doing, 'cause they won't tell. Pirllrrt' IU-ll-I2 -- 'llhese three come together. Un the left we have llohlmy llaleg on the right, lloyee l'iClll'Illlll1, and in the center. Virginia 'llhornlrnrg, trying to decide which one. llard jolw. I'1'rf11rc..13-Murpliy School of Ap- plied llaneing. 'llhe two-pieee hand was hot. l'1'rl11r0 I-l ---Little Kliss hlullitt. ller name is Marihel Mellaniel. She is in the .letterson school-yard. lJoesn't Cor- lmett live near here? XXI- don't think Klarilsel does. l,llt'fIH't' 75 H- llere's the gang again --f nearly to lilwood. - 'N 1926 ws e ' ws s 'WW V , L Qvk 2. 3 1 iff. , q ,Q 6 I H' da' ' .UL ..7'.i2N'H , L , . . .,,,,?i, ' W7 O ng i V .A 5114: V, XY 5 A , . t . A L' R' 1 Qsaciiff r "'?'fWgr I V M A V . f ffg r' V 'mm , K. ' f ' .,wsaQz.ie5t. f f R v k ' in K 1 s ' -g g. . , 5.11-Z' ' 5' 'IW' ' 1--.5..,. 1 X y atv. .-if .vc fl? . :vfggix ,. ? H. 1" J' -ov. 4- ., V. -'M ' V 2 ' .' vi ' ' 5 .J-2-' A V 'Y , 1, . ., yi-V . 2 TM' ,J .ybtx gf Y 10 11 fig M 3 gm df ' WJ 13 H 'll' E 9 X ff 5.4 QSWQQ " A Lf 1 4 ' . f -, -- .1-, . W il gig Yz ji -1- , 33-: 'f .J 1u, '53:: . .,., X 'fu .ff f, ,Sf , f f ' P QWM fi. 1 E23 ' - 1 ' 525133.51 HE? if . 'jfivffi ,. - , , 12 W Q MHS Qe Plate Picture 1-This is a secret door and it will be death to the man who opens it. That must be a cellar door, 'cause all you can see is their heads. Picture 2--The blood soon rushes to one's head when one gets in this position. The two girls are unknown but they should be on a tumbling team. Pictzirc 3 W-This is our boy, Tuhey, He surely deserves the credit. lt was he that had the goal posts decorated and worked from nine o'clock till the game started and then would grab off a sand- wich or two as you see he has done here. Picturc -I-I say, ol' chap, 'ave you 'appened to see Fred? lYe should say he belongs in England. The only thing missing is a pair of white or green lpre- ferredj spats. Picture 5-"Mary had a little lamb", etc. This picture should be framed. lt is the hrst to be handed in. On this farm the only things missing are elephants. Picture 6-iii, ver's de nickel I gived you lass veek? This is Carl Campbell No. 4 who is the biggest little man in the busi- ness. His business is none of ours. Picture 7-Roll 'em, girlies, roll 'eml This is Miss Dermond at a kid party. She forgot her doll. f'icture 8-You see that arbor in the background isn't built very stoutly. Say, you're not paying any attention to what l'm saying. This is our next f'American Venus", jama Freeland. Picture 9-Yes, this is Spiggot, alias Edna Mae Nossett. Can't tell much about this picture except that it's a dia- mond for a jewel of a girl. Picture 10--Again we have Mary Ty- ler at an advanced age. She is now ten years old with that same smile that won for her the name of Pollyanna. Picture 11-No, this isnyt a fairy, just Virginia Lewellyn picking bananas. Picture 12-The four tramps from Muncie ready in disguise for the raing a good disguise, for we can't guess who they are. 1926 MHS , QQ ,- I Ji , 'j x V' V An 'A ' 1 .5-.,., ' -g,'Jm'v1- '-1 ' -- 1:35 -2 j L Q'--.S -.", Pr- -,-'J' -Q - .,f-,-H+' 4.1 M . ,fflff '+ i fe 'whip .. ek Y",'?n I fy. !.,, , , V ikiT+?,,. , fy ., , Q:-9Q.gz I rl 4-..n, ,3u.,..,. fd, -1- fe, , .rm Ada. ,, 1 . 1 A-, V- NNW. -': 5- ff m'-V .,. 'F U 4 5 1 ff HKAXQQ 7 09 MHS 6Q Plate Pirfzm' If-'llhis is half the crowd which attended the New Castle game when we walked away with hest end of a 66 to O score. . Y. . ,, Plffllfr' J--Uh my! Xlilham lell at it again! lired has control of himself, hut Reed 'llhompson's place is to he dreaded. Pirtim' .iff-XYe don't know who they are, hut they look as if they might he some of the faculty. Une never can tell about teachers. l'irtz1rr Pl This is Catharine Carter lon the rightj when she wasn't thinking ahout high school. She had a good time gathering eggs. l'irI1m' jf-'llhis picture tells one of No.5 two things: The fellow is leaving or has f just arrived. XX hich is it? f,fL'flH'I' 6fAlt is just a shame. All the water and not in swimming uniform. Ijlilffllft' 7--4lJon't make them laugh. 'llhey're having their pictures taken, our own lslelen Stradling and Martha Sue l,ong. 1,ft'fIll'L' A!-XfVl1e1i you get through laughing, we'll tell you who it is. Ready? lt's Mary Frances Xllhite. They must have had a had camera. f'l'c'flH't' 9-4This is a game of football that was played on Thanksgiving, 1925. lt showed the Bearcats some pointers. To your left is "Red" Eden, then Charles Andrews and "Irish" Walsli. In the hackground is Moxie Schwartz. Q0 1926 eww 9 e9 MHS QQ et MHS 4r Pla te Picture 1-This is the team warming up for the Richmond battle. Picture 2-This is our second team. Gee, they were a scrappy bunch. This was taken at Elwood. Notice Gove on Solly's hack? Picture 3-VVell, well, look! Here we have the Elwood Co-eds ready for the game. Notice the smile which changed to tears when the game was over for the Bearcats won. Picture 4,-Here we have Fehrman known to Central High as "jake!'. He is all set for the kick-off in the big New Castle game. Picture 5-This picture has us guess- ing. If it weren't for the white cylinders, No. 6 we might call them track men, but no chance then. Picture 6-Is there anyone who doesn't know where this was taken? These are THE officials. VVhatever game it was, Ol' Central has scored seven points. Picture 7-The Richmond game! This was a good one! See Solly Boston in the foreground. Hels figuring it out, for when the play was over he had broken it up. Picture S-This girl is Sam, who won his sweater fighting for ol, 1926, when he was a sophomore. He also helped the seniors win the tourney this year. You can get one of these pictures for fifteen cents. How many? 'N 1926 Q0 MHS QQ f 1 4 . 9 l 10 12 .13 L N WGQSQGQSQW SQ MHSf6 5Q65SQ6SSQW Card No. 7 Picture 9---The four Bearcats who were real fighters: Dreshach. hloris. Pear- sey and Ifehrman. They're tough and Waiting for the whistle which will start the Knightstown fray. Pirfzrrf lf! f-The Bearcats have the hall. They made a line phmge that car- ried the hall forty yards. This was at R ichmond. 1,lit'flll'U ll---Step hack. please. Not too close! The sign on the fence read, "lJon't feed the-e -ff' Name them your- self. llfffllfd I2---This was taken at lilwood. The Bearcats are all set with the ball. Note No. 89 in the liearcat line. That's "Big XYray". lle and lluckle featured in this game. l'irf1o'r I3-The Elwood crowd and team are ready for the kick-ott. Small crowd and small team. They played the game with only eleven men. I'irlzo'c Ilf-While "Steve" was busy getting snaps with his pants rolled up. someone played a dirty trick and took this picture. 'Tis said Steve was kicked otl' field only three times. 1'fc'l1m' 75h fllere's our Mr. Tuhey again. lle is here showing where to dis- trihute the sawdust. Ijliffllft' l6fAgain the Richmond fel- lows were worried. See Garceau down on the line. Then there's Hoover, who made them work to get through. WFQSQGSSQ 1926 SSSQG SQW A 1 2. X A 1 1 Q MHS Q9 Pla te Pirfzrrc' l4We can't understand why she rides there. Maybe she doesn't want people to know she is there. lfh? Picture 2--Do you see that tree in the background? 'llhat was the most beau- tiful tree we'd ever seen. XVe took a pic- ture of it and two people got in the way. Picture 3-That Car is surviving well. Not many girls have a car they can call their own. Pirfzzrc' -lgwe came very near mak- ing this the frontispiece. It is Harcourt Morrow at a tender age. Pirfzm' 5--Howard lleath before he signed up with the Midgets. llis hand must be heavy for it surely holds down one side. Pirturc 6--Pretty horse, isn't it? If the girl can stay on, she gets a gold medal. She looks scared to death. No.8 I'1'rtzn'C 7-VVe've been looking for this for a long time. lt is Edna Mae just hack from Hollywood. ' Picture 8-'llwo good friends, Don lladen and Fred Baldwin, proved thus hy their handshake. Pirturr 94l,ewellyn and XVood have the half-Nelson on Juanita and Kris. Picture 10 E "S wing low, sweet chariot". Picturc Jlglioy, dat melon am suah fine. Picture J24Here are the yell leaders of 1926. Charles Andrews and Irish XYalsh. That sign with fifty on it doesn't stand for the years Irish has been in sfhool. Nope l Q9 1926 Cf 22 MHS if I Q U f h V , 'K A x 1111711 J' QX H fa - ' "fain ,f'5,,1:l',QfT'e:33 Z, ' A.N,24'g:ff.,:, 4' ' 'i-Ln-.Q ""',Mf.,,, 5 -ar- K ,Af ',-14 ,-A ' 1 MHS Campbe1l's Ice Cream "BEST BY TEST" at all First Class Dealers The Campbell Ice Cream Co. 1274 PHONES 1275 Short sighted lzuly lin groceryql. "ls that the head cheese over there?" Salesman. UNO ma'am, lhat's one of his 2l5Sl5l2llltS.U M r. Zetterlmurg. "This is a very explosive substance and it might blow us sky high. Come closer, folks, so you may he better nhle to follow mef, "My silver tongue wen the vast audirnce. They disearclefl the opponents' arguments like bread at El chicken clinnerf' -Roma llaywurtli. llarolcl Stevens sez: "Silver, like all nicclicine, is taken after meals." Miss 'XVray. l'Run up the curtain. Al- bert." Albert. "Yes mzfam, how far shall l go ?" Really? Dum. "What is the difference hetween the death of a barber and that of a sculp- tor?" Billie. "One curls up and dyes and the other makes faces and busts." Central Meat Market "WHERE GOOD MEATS DOMINATEN M. L. Meeks CE, Son Funeral Directors Delaware Brass and Aluminum Co. BRONZE CASTINGS . et 3 MHS C Qe Extracts from the High School Encyclopedia CA Directory of general information alphabetically arrangedj Addition-Method of computation, used to torture commercial students. Assembly-A large room used for different recreational purposes. Auditoruim-A nice place to sleep during an interesting lecture. Blues-That which you get on being in- formed of an ensuing examination. Blush-A temporary erythema and calorific effulgence of the physiognomy, actiolo- gized by the perceptiveness of the senor- ium in a predicament of inequilibrity, from a sense of shame, anger, or other cause, eventuating in a paresis of the vasemo- torial muscular filoments of the facial cap- illaries whereby, being divested of their elasticity, they become sufifused with a radiance emanating from an intimidated praecordia. Clf you don't understand this, look at Irish Walsh.j Boys Cof Centralj -Peculiar objects whose heads resemble a dollar bill- one bone. Clock-Instrument of timekeeping which keeps but never tells, time. Compact - Ask any fiapper. Date-Nocturnal appointment which ren- ders pupils unfit for work the following day. In one case, a fruit, in another, an expense. Desk-Designed to hold waste paper, with smooth top for head rest. Dictionary-Ponderous volume kept in front of assemblies: a mecca for time- killers, and sometimes visited by seekers after knowledge. Dumb-bell-Animated object in classroom used for the purpose of giving a teacher a vocal lesson. Earrings-Decorative ornaments guaran- teed to keep ears from flapping. Education- Disease not sought for but un- avoidably caught while in school. Faculty-Dignihed individuals said to have hailed from Germany because their marks are low. Favorite-Differs according to pdson. Some like pineapple while others like Flapper- One who Haps. Taken from Rus- sian xyzkshysheki. Usually distinguished by short skirts, high heels, much rouge, and more powder-very artistic effect when viewed in the dark. Ford-Barnyard animal particially domes- ticatedg used as means of transportation to and from school. fSee Rex Coffmanj Gosh-Almost anything. Grades-Letters, mostly red, which greet a student's eyes and are forerunners of seances at home. Hall-Passageway from one room to an- otherg favorite route for strolls. Idea-Rare article of great value which is never present when needed. Ink Cschooll -A combination of water, dirt, and sand. Job-Rest excuse for not staying after school. Joke-Anecdote of little or no humor, greatly enjoyed by the students. Kale- Bonesg money. Lesh, Frances-Dazzling blonde of the vamp type. Muncie High School-An edifice of learn- ingg i. e., best in state, rendezvous of the Bearcats.. - No-Favorite answer to questions, espe- cially when combined with "I dun." Notices-An excuse for using space on the blackboard. Office-Place of judicial functionary. Peanuts - The forbidden fruit. Pups-Playful youngsters of the canine species, often coaxed into school by pupils. Question-Favorite ruse of pupils to keep recitations from continuing. Report Cards-Comedies at school, trage- dies at home. Rooms-Places where you sit while others recite. Sheik - See "Duke" Milhollin. Sophomore- Highly developed freshman. Study - The great Unknown. Teachers - Censored. Terror-That state of mind which prevails before finals. Textbook-A book of any size, make, or Strawberry Etc- I color, usually for appearances only. Q 1926 C Q9 etC C' 'D MHS C QQ Undertaker-Somber gentleman, imitated by pupils in assembly reading f'College Humor." ' Victims H Tenth-period pupils. Weather-Atmospheric condition which makes football days rainy. Well- Usually followed by a pause-mean- that pupil in next seat should impart de- sired information to persons reciting. Xerophthalmy-Abnormal dryness of the eyeball produced by overstudy: generally contracted by seniors. Yawn-Seen in every assembly. Yell Leader- Spotlessly-clad figure sta- tioned in front to give a demonstration of the daily dozen and also to give people a chance to admire white duck trousers. Zero-Oval mark given as designation of rank in scholarship. Recipe for Omelet My wife asked me to copy the radio menu from a broadcasting station. I did my best. It seemed that another station was cutting in with the morning exercises. Any- way, here is my menu: Hands on hips, place one cup of flour on shoulders, raise knees, depress toes, and wash thoroughly in one cup of milk. In 4 counts raise and lower left foot and wash 2 hard-boiled eggs through a sieve, repeat 6 to 10 times. Inhale M teaspoonful of salt. one level teaspoonful of baking powder, and one cup of Hour, then breathe naturally: exhale tiour and salt. Attention: jump to a squatting position. Beat white of egg backward and forward in count of quick time, twist sideward right and left as far as possible, bring the lists together forcibly, and beat eggs slowly and briskly. Arms forward over head, raise cooked eggs from the floor and in 4 counts to make a stiff drop dough, which is stretched at the waist. Lay fiat on floor and roll the size of a walnut. Hop to a straddle in boiling water, but do not boil at a gallop. After 10 min- utes remove and wipe with rough towels. Breathe naturally, dress in warm Hannels, and serve with hot tish soup. Dairy ofa Modern jonathan Edwards Attending ye dance the night before, was awakened this morn by mine parent, and I did kick and emit such unseemly language that Dada did blush for shame. Mine parent, being diabolically inraged, laid hold of me by the nose and did tweek that organ right heartily. Late to rest mine weary bones the night before, I would fe'gn not have risen from my couch, and moreso I did remember that a Civics test did ensue that day. i Breakfast on ancient rolls and a potation of coffee servedin such a large container that methinks my mouth would split ere it was spread over the edge and have pass- ageway for the fluid. Right handsomely did I dress ill my best jerkin and did acquit myself to school and to my study hall. Mine head began to ache right smartly and the hurt was increased by the endless chatter in recitations twhere my replies were somewhat off from the question in handj. I wended my way homeward fetching two notebooks, objects of ceasless worries to write up and hand in for the morrow. 1926 60 MHS 3 0 RALPH STOUT Automobile Supplies DISTRIBUTOR FOR G. M. C. TRUCKS PHONE 260 EVERYTHING FOR THE CAR AMERICAN LAUN DRY SERVICE THAT SATISFIES SS Corner High and Howar PHONE 909 Myers 8: Miller EE EE .. 1 , ., . . ' ,' ." I ,z Luiiltcg .L 11.11111 xxitll us Slzmplc :md Fzuicy GROCERIES .NND FRESH MEATS d -- -- 9220 Smith XYz1I1111l Sl I 1111 1110 2663 Q6 MHS C e Compliments of The Moore Company Builders of "Better" Bed Springs Roy Austin is very sorry for XVo0dr0w XVilson because he had three daughters and eouldn't write letters to his sons as Roosef velt did. lie was telling her about members of tl1e ball team. "Now there's Van Allenf' said he. "ln a few weeks he will be our best man." "Oh, Robert," lfldithe gushed, "this is so sucldeng but what a nice way to ask me." Bargain .Xu ancient ear ehugged painfully up to the gate at the races. The gatekeeper de- manded the usual fee for automobiles, called, "A dollar for the ear." The owner looked up with a pathetic smile of relief and said. "Sold" The early chestnut gets the worm. He. t'Do you think this photo does me jnstiee?,' She. "No, I think it is extremely mer- cifulf' PACKARD HUDSON ESSEX Grinnell Motor Company 217 XV. XVasl1ing1on St. Phone 253. Nluneie, Ind Q9C MHS 'O '''''2222211221:IIII:I2111211121:I222512211112ll!I:I222211211112ZlZIY""""" Graduation- CJR most of us, life may he roughly cliviclerl into two partsfschool Clays -and work days. 'llhe boys ancl girls who go to college post- pone for ll while the acceptance of the responsibil- ities of husiness life. Sooner or later, however, nearly every one will take up the lmurclen of cares ancl pleasures which constitutes the second periocl of life. Modern inventions iparticularly the telephone, that communication marvel which has revolution- izecl the worlcl's business -A will be more than ever appreeiatecl when claily ancl hourly Contact im- presses you with its wonderful utility. Indiana Bell Telephone Company MUNCIE, IND.ANA G. W. DYKE, District Commercial Superintendent A. G. Handley Trucking Co. lNot lncorporatecll GENERAL FREIGHT AND MESSENGER HAULING "Eight Trucks at Your Servicel' Telephones: 217, 5267-R 406 W. Powers Street Stagg's ELECTRIC co. 'lThe Store That Saves You Money" SAVAGE Washer and Dryer HAMILTON BEACH SWEEPER LIGHTING FIXTURES A'Get Our Estimate On Wiring" 121 W. Main Street Phone 3912 09 MHS 00 COMPLIMENTS OF 5 a5 In I Compliments of Indiana Metal Products Company llncorporatcdb 336 NORTH HACKLEY ST Ornamental and Miscellaneous Iron Work POETIC GEMS She turned her head toward the northward I To watch the children play, And even forgot to watch the stove NVherc the morning pancakes lay. - Browning. ,,O...i. : llid you ever know the woes Ui having corns between your toes? ' -Hunyon. . '-MO'-1 g lilll going to tnrn you down, she said-af I He had an awful fright: , lint she didn't inean what he thought she meant, lim' she nieant the parlor light. L.,O..ig 5 ln the cold moonlight his lips were white, Hers were a vivid carnien shade' - He suddenly felt the call to arms, And joined the colors, unafraid. 101, lie-re's to the faculty- Long may they live! Even as long as The lessons they give. I' l i , Qfacsw'as MHS c-swwewwe MERCHANT S ASSOCIATION Props Dunn Motor Co. lfconomy Shoe Store Marx X Kallmyer Citizens l'll112lllCC Ass'n XV. A. McNziughton Co. 'llhe Anspzlch Co. A. li. lirovvn 'lohn Kelly Co. llanner Furniture Co. lnclianzt General Service Co. Guarantee Shoe Store Hy-Lo Hardware Co. 'llhe Keller Co. Kirby NYoocl Lumber Co. Schuster liros. Miller Shoe Co. lfarmers Savings Hank Peoples Trust Co. Delaware County Nat. Hank Merchants Nat. lizlnlq Merchants 'llrust K Szw. Co. Stillmztnk Moxie Co. Press Publishing' Co. Guzlrzintee 'llire K Kuhher Co Star Vulmlisliing Co. liclw. A. llotfer Ralph M. Comer XYhite City Lumber Co. li. K. Reztsoner 'Ilerhunes Czunphell lce Cream Co. liezttrice Creamery Kendrick Optical Co. Kroger Grocery K linking Hutchins Clothes Shop Slinger Sign Shop l3ert's Muncie Sign Shop 1 WHERE YOU ALWAYS GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW MORE OFTEN A BETTER SHOW EE GET UP A "PARTY" l'hil NIcCavity sez, "Unlike haskt-thall thc nwft thrilling part ot' kissing if tht- 1Jl'Qll1ll- inaricsf' l'lUI'UICYlj' it waw 34-40 or tight, now its' 75-80 or llnnk. "lVl'1y has that yonng follow writing all over his coat?" "XYl'1y. HC has bcen in ll. S, mo long poo- ple think hc is stationery." Rt-aclers, flu yon 1'0lllClIllTL'I' that ulcl Song. "M-U-T-H-lf-R?" XYell. herfs a parody: S-is for thtrir Spelling always just right. LET'S "GO" l. XY. Kirkpatrick tihas. V. Sursa l'i't-siclt-nt Secretary THE KIRKPATRICK AGENCY 463-465 Johnson Bldg. If-is for thc l'f:zrm'stnc'Ff to learn. Nfis for their Nerve that always shincs hrightlt Fl lAis for lrla-als lor which tha-y yearn. fliI1lCIlI'lS Onxxarcl, :inward thcy'll bc go- ing. R-means Right anfl right-they have to he. lillt them all togetln-ry they spell Senior, a word that moans a lot to mc. EVE RYTH I NG IN INSURANCE 'Phone 131 Muncie, Ind Q9 MHS C' Reo, ChandlerCE, Cleveland Pleasure Cars Reo Trucks and Busses I: Tires and Accessories - II lla-ll7 Xurth lhgh Street EE 'IxClC17llUllC SVS " "RIDE IN A REO BUS" lllllllllllllllll llllllllll nlnuwuuulll w lll c D L ll e 2 BUILD I U D DELICIOUS THE BODY ' , I ' ljmlu, OATS ' Pm'SWIIl"" .IIIIIIIIHF5-li H 5 as well as wmfwlllh. llI mA THE MIND 1s!ll"' If-lil Contain E "wp I A. fl.,-.cmqvzzgpaf the GOIEIEARD x 'fl""'y'j'j Body-Building ' Lib 4 fl l d ' WHOLESALE fi.: 'UIIII an . . ' GROCERS ' ' - StI'CI1gtl'1-C11V11'1g uncle, Ind. I Qualities , I atewwewwwwfv MHS ewwe m.swe l. As Z. As 3. As 4. .Xs 5. As 6. As 7. As 3. As 9. As 10. As ll. As l2. .Xn 'Don't You Wish You Were?" good looking as Ray Clcinents? big a shiek a "Duke"Milhollen? funny as Harcourt Morrow? big zz pest as Roger Gullet? little as LeRoy Jones? big as Harold Moore? smart as we are? lucky as lfarl Mace? wicked looking as lininia Dcl.ucy's eyes? good a scholar :is Marthaellen Sehoolcy? tall as "Freddy" Danncr? d a "Senior" graduating this spring? "Our All-State Football Team." 1 2 . Left lind-S. Pittenger. . Right Center-Clyde XVertz. 3. Front Guard-L. Butler. 4. Left Guard-J. Schwartz. J. Right End-H. Eden. 6. Right Tackle-Ollie VVhite. 7. NVrong Tackle-K. Rutledge. 8. Sway Back-R. Stewart. 9. l'm Back-N. Stewart. 10. Not Back-N. llager. ll. 25c Back-F. Gove. Arthur T. Wells SHEET METAL CONTRACTOR 123 West Howard Street MUNCIE, INDIANA in! '7 'Q 5 ,.,..25i 1215.-.-. THE ROYAL TAILORS IN 10,000 CITIES "Pay Less- Dress Better" wear ROYAL TAILORED Clothes MADE TO ORDER Ed. F. Bender, Muncie, Ind. Authorized Royal Dealer Compliments of Dr. F. B. Garner DENTIST sos JOHNSON BLOCK The Bearcat EXCLUSIVE AGENTS for the Martha Washington Candies erve LigI'TFLunches B. J. WALSH 635 SONS Phone 362 Hotel Roberts QQ MHS Ontario Silver Company SlLX'ER-PL.-XTEID FLATXVARIBC AND TABLE CLVFLERY MUNCIE, INDIANA A. B. WEATHERILL PLUlXll3lNC AND HEATING Muncie Builders Supply Company WHERE YOU GET THE "BEST Coal and Supplies COUNCIL SIT. and BIG FOUR R. R. Compliments of BAREFOOT Produce Company Wholesale and Retail Dealers In IJCJL'Ifl7RY and EGGS Phone 1320 317 N. High Chzirge Accounts Solicitecl Y 412-414 S. Walnut SUITS COATS FROCKS M l LLI NERY ACCESSORIES ofthe BETTER soRT Popular Prices Q0CfL -DGv '9 MHS Compliments Fitzpatrick-McElroy MUNCIE THEATRES STAR STRAND LYRIC COLUMBIA "ALWAYS THE BEST IN AMUSEMENTH In Dayton, Tenn. .X Tennessee niountaineer led his over- grown son into a country school house. "This here boy arter larnin'." he said. XX'hat's yer hill of fare?" "Our curriculum' sir," corrected the selioolmaster, "embraces geography. arith- matis, ll'lgOlIOIHCtl'j'.'v "'l'hat'll do." interrupted the father. "Load his up with triggernonietry. Hn-'s the only poor shot in the family." ll'age. Mrs. lvinsj The End of the Chase The Haxen-haired Scandinavian called at the court house and stannneringly asked for a license. - GEO. H. MAGGS WHO'S YOUR TAILOR WHO'S YOUR CLEANER Phone 607 907 West jackson Here's "luck" to Murray, Myrick, and "Hunting license?" inquired the clerk. "Cllr no," said Ulef' l heen hunting long enough. l wanta get married." Teacher. "Now, since an anecdote has been cletlnecl as a short funny tale, give me an example." Bright Pupil. "A rabbit has four legs and one anecdotef, every other "Bearcat" 5 A. E. NEEDHAM Q9 MHS QQ Qur happiest wish is T-"II-I1 prcseixiiig' the memories of "school days," the 1Ji10fUg'1'ZllJhS herein may help io make you glad. TheNejsWange1' Studio Banta Tailored Clothes Drvxr - B1lA'I.lI!'5S -Y A Sjvorfx Correct Dress Accessories for all occasions john C. Ban ta TAILOR - HABERDASHER Over on Mulberry 'smiiiilisor 9 "43?551l'7' ' SMITH-ALSUP Muncie Paint Co. PAINT MAKERS 55 EVERYTHING IN THE PAINT LINE Get Our Prices First H Factory Branch-305 East Main St. Muncie ,,,,,,,,,,,,3 Q06- '2e fD MHS cf1 'fDe G2oe The CPrinting and Binding of this Book IS THE WORK OF THE Scott Printing Company BOOK AND CATALOG PRINTERS 115 Newt Court 5V1uncie, Illdiana THOUGHTS .VX great many prominent family trees were started by grafting. VVhen you feel all shaken np, it is proh- ahly flivver complaint. In the old days, the young fellow who went courting turned down the gasg now he steps on it. VVe read that a form of baseball was a favorite sport among the Greeks. NVe do remember something about a Homer. ,X permanent wave has sunk many a man. Truth is more of an estranger than fiction. Love is blind, but marriage is an eye- opener. Oswald wrote mighty ardent love letters "Oh, Annabelle, l would swim the mighty ocean for one glance from your dear eyes. l would walk through at wall of tiante for one touch from your little hand! l would leap the widest chasm in the world from your lovely lips. As always, your own Oswald. P. S. "I'll be over Saturday night, if it doesnlt rain." Wear KING'S CLOTHES SUITS and 0'COATS NO MORE N0 LESS All S35 Values King's Clothing Co. 221 South Walnut Street P' "All Over the World" QUALITY GROCERS Approved and Patronized by Students Everywhere Q9 MHS Q'9 It is poor economy to run the risk of losing your fruit and vegetables-to say nothing of your sugar, fuel and labor-by using "any" kind of a jar. f , , i .'fie'e E" , "'i 'Z" ""ii i'rui f H , WF-Ear I U ' QQ fe r'rQr ':"' 'A ' "Ball Perfect Mason" and "Ball Ideal" are the best known and most reliable jars ou the market. Made on the Owens Machine, making' the strongest, smoothest, and niost "perfect" jars which can be produced. a Ball Brothers Company MUNCIE, INDIANA MHS SEEK? 60 The Division of Vocational Education MUNCIE PUBLIC SCHOOLS Offers to the Adults of Muncie and Vicinity FREE ' EVENING INSTRUCTION ATTRACTIVE COURSES for Both Men and Women Next Term Opens about Sept. 15 1926 llright St-nior. "Lian why do you howl so much Cat. "Say hoy, if you wcrc as full of vio- lin strings as l um. you would howl too," "Do you know," said thc successful iner- chant, poinpouslyf' that l hcgan life as 21 barefoot boy?" "XYclly said the clcrk, "l waSn't horn with shoes on either." PENZEL'S BooK STORE 211 Si. Walnut St. THE STUDENTS ALL KNOW WHAT WE SELL " AND HOW GOOD IT IS Ufficcr. nxxillill arc you scratching your head for?" Cfolorcd l'riyz1tc. 'AIt'S dem mathinatical hugs boss." Ufliccr. "M:1ll1zunatical hugs! Wfhat arc tlu'y?" Colored Privznte. "Ode-ru just dc kin' dat add to yor n1is'ry: subtract from yo' pleas- urcg divide yo' tention an' multiply dike de dehilf' COPYRIGHT I925 BY S.W.S.COR N. ' W. H. BALLARD at SON 207 SOUTH WALNUT STREET QtC' cfL 'Q D MHS Y. W. C. A. CAMP Try-Lakes Call the YOUNG WOMENlS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION for further information PHONE 1687 E: COIHC out Z1 Caiupiug at 'Ilri-Lztlics ---- M Xlhcre the worlcl ztucl the sky are uciglihorsg Plztymzttes youll hucl, the cloucls zuicl the wiuclg 'lll1CI'C'S Freedom from life zuicl rest from lahurs. Come where the suu cztresses the hills, Aurl the trees vie with hircls iu siugiugg liluc sky is t'le:u'er, heaven is ucarcr f - Up :lt the 'llry-Lillies Camp. Compliments of DICK KIRK RADIO SETS and SUPPLIES Earl H. Kirk M. H. S.'2l High School Boys For your Suit you wztut the hest of goocls ztt the l.owcst Possible Prices. See My Complete Line of XfVooleus hcfurc buy- ing that Next Suit! W. F. Maggs THE TAILOR IUS NV. Aclzuus Plimic 352 QQ , 1'Dt,1, at MHS ,X H e. :DQQ The I.ifel1'11n' Gif! l ,H ,, ,, AAmai33133::'1:i1f?"'1t11:''iifggg 1 2 illllllllllllli l l Qltflllllz i if-,RUff',f?1,i ...., ,L..31- ..'2Fz.Pf,i,', F H- ......,, -... ........... . ......,..,..... aggx E l A Gruen Watch 5, igiiir e Xylmt gift eonlcl he more appropriate nt grittluzltion time than at Gruew watch? ' 1 ---- -, -:Jing ll ," llll ll lx Many finest American Makes at Greatly al llil 2 ,Il Reduced Prices. Elvi ialzfox E u 0 :xr gg Ty? D1amond Rmgs 3 we iX- .- -. -,'lf ln white gold untl platinnni monnt'ngQ of EQ ltlifniilzi . . , , 'Q l I exclusive Clt'Slgll. genuine l"anlJ orange lilo :som rings, white gold or plzttinuni. nlitin fl or tll'llllUll4l set ., , 3 . lm, slilfallkfsopri - . 16! ' 914 at 5 URL 5 9 " cbmsgmmiaysxmamvm The Child Sit by tlw road xyeg-ping' lfmdlyl ':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .AX passerby asked hinl what the mutter wus. ,, "Bly ma, she's gone and clrownetl the kit- C 0 L O R C R A tens." the hoy wailecl. "Uh, isn't that too hurl" was the svni- H pathetic respon se. P C0 PAY The ehilcl hnwlecl lontler. ".Xn' inn, she proiniserl ine that l eouhl llrown 'einf' U Across the Street lzinmzt. "Xu, yon may not kiss ine. lmnt-f " lfredrlie. "lint what lfinnm. "lint l appreeiate your wanting to," Szunlao, in heaven, hzul got lQll5lll5 fan' he- PARTY GOODS low on the asbestos onija hoarcl. "Hello, Rastus. How yon gettin' along?" "Uh, l'se havin' at line time. lJon't haf to 3 .N live wire lirin always :titer work much: just Hiorel in some eoal now and then. How yiltli "l'se workin' pnrty hztrfl. XXX- haf to 1ll"' H fhose clillierent Hmigs to sell :tt zt EE price you want to pay. sweep np cle eloncls, pull in rle stahs. switch EE on rlc lights. an' give cle ole sun Il shove every lllUI'lllll'.n 1. , "How Colne you all have so inneh work to do?" PENS - - PENCIL "XVell snh, to tell cle truf, we're kinda short of help up heahf' Q9 MHS QQ CAMP CROSLEY Twelfth Season An Ideal Place for Your Summer Vacation SCHEDULE FOR 1926 Boy Scouts, No. 1. ..,... ,june21 Boy Scouts, No. 2 .,,....... ..,..., I une 28 Younger Boys lNo ....... july 5 Younger Boys No ,,,.... ,,..... j uly 12 Younger Boys, No ,....., ,..... J uly 19 Younger Boys No ,...... july 26 Younger Boys No ..............,... . r.... Aug. 2 Younger Boys No .........,.,r.,,..... ..,,.,. A ug. 9 Qlder Boys and Employed Boys ...,..... ....., Aug. 16 High School Football Training Camp .,.... ...... 1 Aug. 23 Conducted bv Bo 's llc Jartment . 3 1 June 28 july 5 july 12 July 19 july 26 Aug. 2 Aug. 9 Aug. 16 Aug. 23 Sept. 3 Young Men's Christian Association For further information, Call H. A. Pettijohn Phone 3491 MHS , f'icq tQ Individual Photos for CLASS PICTURES H untzing er Studios PIQUA, oH1o Till1l111lE. "Do you really believe there is a devil?" Robby. "Navy it's just like Santa Claus: it's your father.', Florence. hjazz is dying? Leona. "XVell, the sound indicates that it is dying hard." Kenneth. "l'olygamy is proposed for liurope, hut it is contrary to scripture." Dean. "'l'liat's right. X0 man can serve two niastersfl crocodile skin ?" The woman asked the shopkeeper. "AlJsolutely." was thc reply. "l shot that crocodile myself." Factory Tire Store Incorporated Dealers In LONGWEAR AND NORWALK TIRES High Grade Tires, Tubes, Accessories ALSO PARTS FOR FORD CARS 112 W. Washington Street North of Court House Telephone 877 Muncie, Ind. MOFFITT 6: PIEPHO "But-rt-as soiled." A'VVell, of course. That's where it hit the ground, when it fell out of the tree." "Your Honor." said the prosecuting at- torney, hyour hull pup has went and chawed up the court Bible." "XVell," grulnbled the judge, "make the witness kiss the pup: we can't adjourn court to get a new Bible." FUNERAL DIRECTORS Phone 85 FUNERAL HOME Corner Charles and Jeiferson Streets Lady Attendant DIHS .,.,.w.3?X ff, W , ,7 Z MII up vk ll I 1 X ,Z W W lik flwwf ' W fw , is nf? 'S Z 1 4 WN? 7 V f GRUEN 'E ---, V ig ZW X linrllxionliaa vdiid rl S Every style, design and price of a GRUEN WATCH from the special S25 watch to the Solid Gold and Platinum Diamond-set watches If lf lx tl "CfIx'l'IfX" llvz' HcIT'c' If ,-4 V' f yy ff f , 4, f, -W. .Q y -ff . See our yellow, green, and white gold, also platinum ' Rings. It will surprise you what a beautiful ring you can buy-from S35 to 850. Every ring sold with a written guarantee, and can be exchanged at full price on a larger stone .llukv this .vforv KI T'l.A'lf lwj'm'v you fill' Gifts. ll'r', "Nw out of flu' wcly .vf01'v," do .rclzw you IIIOIIUFX' if .it js El. Ill. Kiavr Clin. XRUEN vzmmm JEWELRY DIAMONDS S. A. Martin DENTIST Compliments of C. Nl- Kimbrough Co. 2152 South Walnut Street MUNCIE, INDIANA I "Brains to study, Muscle to play" Beatrice Ice Cream Ice Cream is a real muscle and brain building food as well as a delicious dessert. .S'i'1'f'1'd and Sold Ivy: Klyers lloolfs .2 stores, Y. Xl. C. QX., Star, Mendenhall X llowman tforinerly 'l'erhune'sl. Court, Peoples, South Side, Five Points. liast Side. Daniels. 'l'uue lun, Ross, Edgewater, Reeves. Zimmerman, .-'Xlvie Confec- tionery, l"elham's. liide-.-'X-Xlee lun, Green Point. Beatrice Creamer Compan X'Vest SL'f'lllUl.ll' Street Rollin H. Bunch, M. D. CONSULTING PHYSICIAN 201 The Johnson If you want REAL Insurance - see 4 I'hones -l-lo-447 Central. i'Nl111IlJCI', please." lluckle lkbsentlyl. "ZS-of-l-l-sliiftl" Bliss CIlllIllI2iCli, "Give the I.:ltin verb meaning "to skatef' Louise P. "Skato, slippere, falli-l1u1npus." Miss Czuninack. "l7allo, failere, llunki, sus-pendusf' The following remark was heard by a Senior while waiting to have his picture taken for the magician. - Photographer. "Now try not to think of yourself at all. Tliink of something pleas- aut." At-LBLQBJ Earl Everett 109 South High St. General Insurance and Automobile Financing Notary Public Phone 2642 IX doctor had just Iluished taking the tem- perature of a stock broker who was suffer- ing from a raging fever. "lt's gone to lllZ," he announced with Il tragie voice. The half-eonseious patient raised him- self on his elbow. "Sell, Selllu he shouted. -American Legion Vfeekly. Hemi11Qray Glass Company Maxaufacturers of Glass Insulators and Bottles Cornplimen ts of Muncie M alleable Foundry Company Frances. "I hzicl the most nnnsnnl time lust night." Mary. "'l'ell me nhont it." l"l'3,l1CQS. "I stayed at honief' Trzunp. "XYonlrl you plc-use 'elim Z1 pore nizln whose wife is ont of work?" Bliss XYil5on. "XVhat cruel relics of the lzloorly S1l?llllSll hnll lights liziv-3 owne clown to us?" Ronin H. UVith snclmlen illf-iDll'Z1ilO1l.D "I"otmtlJ:1lll" Q. "XN'liat is the japanese National An- them?" A. "C:llifnrnia. Here I Colne." PROGRAMS STATIONERY Commercial Printing Company 1103 Degradation "Steve, clear," whispered the lJllI'gl3.1'lS bride as he started on his evening's work, "try anal he ll little more careful when you come in tonight. You awakened Mother, and l clon't want her running up to the pen- itentiary und complaining to Father that I niarriecl an znnatenrf, "Stout, the Printer" MHS .......... .... . .... ....... ......... :nm3:3::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::3:1:::..............::....,::....:::::...::................................................... Compliments of Hotel Roberts COMFORT-SAFETY MUNCIE, INDIANA EDVV. A. HCFF ER OPERATING Muncie's Finest Markets FRESH AND SMOKED MEATS FISH AND POULTRY Butter - Cheese - Oleo Wholesale and Retail 411 south Walnut st. zos south Walnut sr. 507 south Wamur st. Boost your HOME Town by Supporting HOME lnclustries Kuhner 'cB1ue Ribbon" Bacon and Ham Lunch Meats - Pure Lard - Sausage Quality Fresh Meats Ask for them by nanie -:it all good dealers MADE IN MUNCIE BY Kuhner Packing Company .'K1llIIIt'l' .llmfs illakv IXVCUIIUI' .'lpfez'ifc.s"' Adam owned the lirst radio. lle had a loud speaker make out of his spare parts. He. "Don't make any more biscuits, dear." She. "Why not?" He. 'AYou are too light for such heavy Work." ' A Pint of Prevention judge Csternly. ".f'Xncl why had you been drinking?" Motorist Qmeeklyl. "Please, your honor, the doctor told me my blood was getting watery and I put in a little alcohol to keep it from freezing." Grouleiftgi' Mauck Lumber Co. Manual Training Lumber OFFICE AND YARDS 601 N. WALNUT Phones-26 and 27 H. H. Carle l. lilizahetli Cade . . a'-certain zoological garden was on a vacation. He received a note from his assistant: "The Chimpanzee is sick. He appears to pine for a companion. 'We don't know what to do pending your returnf' Teacher. "And who was Bacchus?" Corbett. "He was the god of light Wine and beers." THE CADE COMPANY Floral Artists LSuccessors to Eric Buehholzj Phone 533 CORNER MAIN AND WALNUT Muncie, Ind. R. V. SOXVERS J. I.. SOXVICRS President Sec'y-Treus. The Tyler Manufacturing Co. TYLER TOIL SAVERS Kitchen Utensils that 'Save Time. 'Foil zmcl Money f 5 fy ,-- N ' K T - ! Q., j,,,.R.-fe TYLER'S IDEAL FIBER CUTTER l PERFECTION 1 PRESERVING SET ROTARY SIEVE "They Make a Good Cook a Better Cook" Blade in l11ZHIl'iC', IIICIHUIIUV, U. 5. A. GOALS We are racing onward toward some goal. Is it success? Is it independence? Is it abundant living? Or is it disappointment and, perhaps, dependence on others? H010 we earn, xprnd, fvfrzu and 'S.fIVE, today. is dvridiazg that goal! Peoples Trust Company Muncie, Indiana Art 'lihe distinguished actor had a large pho- tograph of XYordsworth displayed in his rlressing-room. A friend seeing it remarked, "l see you are an admirer of W'ords- worth." "XVho's XVOl'ClSVV01'1ll?N llE'lllElllKlCCl the znetor. "XYhy, th:1t's his picture." was the an swer. "'l'liat's XYorclsworth. the poet." "So that oltl lilo 21 poet?" exclaimed the actor. "l got him for Il study in wrinkles." Battle Teacher. "ln which of his battles was King Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden, slain ?,' FLOUR " FEED SEEDS POULTRY SUPPLIES Everything for Cage Birds BIRD SEED IN BULK BIRD BOOKS 1. H. Williamson Company i 124 North Walnut Street Phone 1079 Adam Traub CLOTHIER AND FURNISI-IER 121 EAST MAIN STREET Muncie, Ind. Campbell Bios. ' ' Y. " ' V . ' fs his last one The schoolboy, after profound thought, wrote this detiuition of the word Hspinev, at his teachers request. 'YX spine is a long. limber hone. Your hezarl sets on one end and you sit on the otl1L'l'." Drug Company DRUGS -- SODAS CIGARS 1525 s. Madison sr. Phone 3739 RETZ SPORTING GOODS STORE "Ilf'l1z'1'v Qualify .1!Ul'l'1ItIIllIjl'SC' l'1'a'-z'fzi1.f" XN'I1eu it fumes tu Cilllilbllillg' tczlms with .Xlhletic Nfcrcllzulrlise WE ARE THERE! l'1'0nf of ff: The fuur lu1uclre1l and mme teams iu lucliuuzl using RTCTZ equipment. Why not let us supply your needs? 503 South NVa1uut Street 'lxelephoue 3717 THOMAS Upholstered Furniture Compan xaetgigggal MANUFACTURERS OF O VE R S TU F F E D Sold by all Local Fur F URN I T U RE niture Dealers Miss ClCV6llgCl', llll Olll period Sociol- fy.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ogy Classih. "Now when l think of a church If our Work is Not Satisfactory, we l always think of a pipe organfl Madge lVilSon. "'l'hat's funny. l always think of the collection." Young VVifc lwith hair found on hus- E hand's coatl. '1Georgv, what docs this mean?" George. "lJon't worry ahont that, clear. : lt's far -too long to he a woman's."--Tit-Hits. Customer. "You are the man who cut my hair the last time. aren't you?" Barber. 'AVVel1 hardly, you sec l've only heen here a year." i expect no money. We have our own plant-call and see it. American Dry Cleaners FANCY CLEANING by Experienced Cleaners Phone 4414 119 W. Howard St. ........... ...... .......... ........................... E. B. SLACK Izzy. "X'Vhen they marry, a man and woman are one." W ' man is O." ' izzy. "Yes, the woman is I and the Stranger. "Hasn't that photographer large hands?" Strangerstill. "Yeah. he's been playing around in developer." ii IDL-all-rs in Airplane and Virginia COALS KILGORE AVE. and SECOND ST. Phone 56 MHS 1 Hutzel 8: Co., In 401 Ernst Main Street HEATING PLUMBING Sanitary Engineers nrvlogggaar V Home of ffm' IIVNV!!!-I'1lI1lIUIl.N HEASYH VACUUM ELECTRIC WASHER EDUCATION is preparation for 1,ite's XYor1q Don't Forget Your MUSICAL EDUCATION Cultivate Your Musical Bump" Bell Music Co. 205 SOUTH WALNUT ST. Muncie's Music Headquarters C 1 N O S S E TT BROTHERS PRINTERS Phone 1191 117 North Franklin Street Muncie. Incl. R. SCOTT HARDWARE 312 EAST MAIN ST. Roy M. Friedley REAL ESTATE Phone 3035 QUALITY, ABOVE ALL HERFF-JONES COMPANY INDIANAPOLIS DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF School and College jewelry Ujirial !t":ut'lt'1'.v to ,llzmrir lliglz .5'rlmol The smztll lnoy was tlircctctl to soak his 55 lcct in sztlt water to tuughcu them. llc con- sidcrccl thc matter and thoughtfully rc- marked to himself: H "lt's prctty near time for mu to get at - -1 v . . -ny II llCkll1. I guess lcl hcttt-r sit in it. ---- LlO1lllllllllClll,5 ol "'l'h:it lt-llow owes mc SEMO." t',Xncl won't pay it?" l "XYon't cvcn worry about it." -louisville Couriit-r-journal, M k -QL . 66 S Slioppcr. "Arc thcsu eggs fresh?" Apprentice. "Yes, mzfam, they hu." Shopper. "llow long since tht-y Wert' lztid Apprt-1Ltictu "' ' - A us, 1.L1..if.4,Lu' " . QQ I know. I lairl them eggs tht-r myself, " Tender Memories "Please tell me. jaint-s." clirectt-fl tht' young lacly lL'ElCllCl'.n where shingles were 55 Iirst used l "l could, ma'am." little ,limmic rcplictl in great enthztrrztssmt-tit. "hut l'Cl rather not." When School Days Are Over The first thing a SL'lI.Yl'Z7IU young man will do is to Hzfzzk and f7I'0'Z'1.d4' for the fzzfzfafr. The first thing a SFlI.X'I.l71t' young woman will flzfzzlc of is lzeoltlz and the f1zz'zn'0. The nfL!fIH'U,HWltl1 all its joys and sorrows. is, therefore. common ground of thought for all sensible people. The surest way to provide for the future is to 1'l1'T't'.Yf in Ir111d,' that is, a lot. A lot is sure of increase in value, and will provide you with a "Home of Your Ownf' lVe have the largest list of lots in Muncie. NVe can sell you a lot for as low as 320000, with only 370.00 down and the IPGIKZIZFC uzolztlzly. liuy your lot now, where you can have paved streets, sewers, elec- tricity, gzisezincl get a cinch on that Hf71f7f7't'.U MUNCIE LAND SALES CO. 209 East Jackson St. RIY.-XLS Ol? Plilllff JR3'lANClC f --Wf- BEARCATS .XNIJ Gualanteed 100f PURE OIL PEN N S LVAN IA The highest grade oil zh the world SOLD IEXCLLTSIVELY RY Eastern Oil CH, Refining Coil HIGH AND SEYMOUR STREETS A COIIZPGIZ-N' Oiuzzvd by Loral l?11x1'1z0.vx .lfP11. ... .............. ... . ........x...... MHS ee' MQ OPEN DAY AND NIGHT PHONE 606 New London Cafe lll liast Blain Street ONE SERVICE FOR ALL Regulai' Meals and Sliurt Urflers ljndfr -Yvfu ,lltIlIfIjjt'l1Il'1IZ' H. Nl. Sill llll liefore Marrizlge. He talks-she listens. During Honeymoon. She talks-he lis- tens. H After Honeymoon. They both talk-the ne5ghbors listen. H julet. "XYhat a shame that all handsome men are coneeitedf' Rumen. 'AOh, but I am not, little girlfl lt is said that the knee-length skirts have reduced street car accidents lifty per cent. XVhy not do away with accidents alto- gether? Patron. "XYaiter, there in sand in this l71'621Cl.U Wlaiter. "Yes, sir. 'l'hat's to keep the lLl1lIC.lLiI'LJ-1115-l-i-Gli-IHQ'-9l:f.H Compliments of Farljng 'S Candy Shoppe lt is said that Rip Van XYinkle slept for twenty years, I: Come to think about it, we slept eight hours once. Sapiena. "Yes, this is a true Renibranttf' Sapissinnes. "Oh, dear, itls a shame it's :: so oldf' A. W. FARLING Manager H c,O1'll1Jlll11ClllS ol Wm. CBi1D Miner Any kind of SPECIAL TRIPS FOR PARTIES in a large comfy bus, at a reasonable price. 2100 SOUTH ELM STREET PHONE 4728 Gove Cafe 112 E. ADAMS WE SERVE GOOD EATS Johnson Hardware Co. 123-125 West Main St. ljhone 405 THE BIG STOR with Little Prices S E R V I C E OUR SPECIALTY Evers Laundry S'l'L'1'li ISY N CAM l"Illil.l. l'l'ODl'lCtOI'S SOFT - WATER LAI l N DERERS 213 NORTH WALNUT ST. Phone 144 Are You Going to College Next Fall. 'llztlqe our course and you eau work :ts Z1 l'harin:teist or Anztlytiezil Chemist. 'llhe work is interesting, and the pro- fessions :ireunerowdecl. NYe ertnnot supply the demands for our graduates. Most oi our students earn their expenses hy working in drug stores outside of college hours, ziveraging from 510.00 to iBl5.0tl per week. 'llhis college is twenty-two years old, and has the lIl1'QCSl enrollment of any sueh eollege in the state. Seiul for Clflffljflifj mm' I'Ilf1'l'l'.YfI'llfj 1'11for111u!io11. ' INDIANAPOLIS COLLEGE OF PHARMACY INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA The undertaker regarded the deceased in the eoflln with severe disapproval, for the wig persisted in slipping hack and showing a bald pate. Upon request the widow went to get some glue. XYhen she returned the undertaker regarded her with a gently sad smile, as he whispered solemnly. "Never mind, l have found a tack." The slow suitor asked: "Elizabeth, would you like to have a puppy 7' "Oh l':flVVIll'fl,H the girl gushed, "how de- i lightiully lunnlile of you. Yes, dearest, I zteeeptf' The kindergarten teacher questioned her i GEM CAFE 25c Meals T. F. GRADY, Proprietor 602 S. Walnut St. The White C' tiny pupil. "Do you know, Jennie. what Z1 panther is?" "Yeth, IlIZl,21lll,U Jennie replied, beaming. "A panther ith :I lllfzlll who inztlces p:1nth." "lD:iddy, tell me the story of the forty thieves." "NO, son: you :ire too young to under- stand politics." Coal Yard Dealer in COAL and FUEL OIL 14th Street and Mock Ave. Phone 4738 Buehler Bros. llncorporatedl 321 SOUTH WALNUT ST. 'Phone 1023 THE BEST FOR LESS --Always! Meats, Butter, Cheese and 3 Oleomargarine "We Retail at Wholesale Prices" D ix. E?,fX 4 xo.-.3 , LAWN if-S ff 1 M. 1, :7 min fr .. ,f + .M , M ,A 'P-,'-1. 5' 'ii f- T" 'V "li if ffigi ,, 1 A , A ..- ,ef. MMR, 1t.r aplearure A X fonzov liylillvi fflgpf fbe ldlflryf WM, nsv numuws ff! 954 'Fl' BUILT FOPLDNGSERVICEQF 1 - . ,,,.. I W . , 1 R 5 ef ' ' . -F-1 4 wifi!! v Q ' ' .Q fi as . " 0, Z ., ,..Q xiii? M-wy.z!"'fm Y T 4 T 'll Made in Muncie by American Lawn Mower Co. ii F eeney Dusters O. C. Norton Earle l-l. Swain l'rcsiclQnt Secretary The Hartley Agency Inc. REALTORS 1162 East Main Street Muncie, Indiana Builders of Better Homes at Lower Prices 7'v1'111.vff- Caslz or Ifczxvv f,tZVX'7'l'ZC1Ifl Y Q9 Q if '-9 iXVe are now tlelivering P-I-C-A-B-B-S Q5 Skillen-Moore-Sample Co. FRANK BARCLAY, Mgr. - DIGNITY Wihen a senior cannot have anything else, he can have tlignfty. It is thought to he E1 surelire asset of the twenty-two calihers. Nearly all seniors have it., it goes with seniorhoocl. One must he stern lorclly, and east stoney stares. lt is hetter to wear clarl-I. severe clothes, The "vox lllllllillliln should keyefl low. All horse flOCtOI'S, justices of the peace. and teachers are clignillecl. Also is the town enilmalmer. Always the seniors look upon the nncler grzulnate as a confusing combination of Z1 slick-haired Apollo and a spoon-ferl infant. HARTLEY u WRECKING co. C-fiices at Marlon and Muncie "We Buy Autos Regardless of Condition" Muncie Phone 2469-W FRED J. HARTLEY 1300 N. Walnut 7' EE fo :: gfhey glance at' his pin feathers :incl grin. The seniors rarely renieniher when they were "in the raw" and they selclom realize that the Charleston craze, golf, the eigh- teenth amenthnent, and other inlluenees. have weakened the cult. Dignity received :L hotly-blow when the froek coat aairl hoopefl skirt went out! Never-the-less, seniors still have ithdignity! WHERE BETTER if girly CLOTHING COSTS y 5 YOU XJ 5 Hutchins Clothes Shop 416 South Walnut Nation- Robinson 219 E. JACKSON ET. Manufacturers of INVITATIONS PROGRAMS DANCE CARDS EE PERSONAL AND BUSINESS STATIONERY EE BASKETBALL PLACARDS AND TICKETS as Anything Printed Courtesy of Dela Ware Trucking Company R. E. SCOTT H. G. VVEESNER F mmf U1 T 6' f i ,, if ii iisfgie A i 'ff -ML "" 555' The 2 Easiest Payment Store in the city, for Diamonds, Watches Jewelry GIVE Us A CALL Scott CH, Weesner DIAMOND MERCHANTS AND JEWELERS 265 johnson Block 'Phone 3726 R. W. MAG GS Realtor 605-606 Wysor Block Office Phone Residence Phone 118 2885-W MHS Gifts for the graduate- S 1'l1l1lllllZlCll11'llIQ' jewelers we have in our plant at Marion, lncliztnu, designs of every lfraternity and Sorority crest. oilicial pins, if riiws. :incl favors of every clesvrip- ZZ 6 4 tion, just suitable for a grzuluating 55 gift. 3 lim' something original and clif- ierent, call Mr. Sig' Alexander lay ff llhonc. at once. N 211 lmzrr wi'-r'1'r't: MEYER Sc ALEXANDER Fraternity jewelers EE MARION INDIANA William B- Baker Earl VV. Russell Cordially Invite You to Williams Oil Co. "A REAL SERVICE STATIONI' 1: Liberty and Powers Phone 2211-W' As a Graduating Gift HAT would he better than to send :L box ol' Stationery with the Cllfllfill-eEl1'lllS of any lim- ternity or S in r o 1' i t y embossed upon it? illazzbv Sl-x'It7.v all 32.00 ROY AUSTIN Fraternity Printers and Designers 910 W. First Street Phone 1273 The Scout Oath On my honor, I will do my best- I l. To do my cluty to God and my Country, ancl to obey the Scout lam. I Z. tv, 'lb keep myself physically strong, w strznglit. : Boy Scouts Do Things Ages 12-18 Years "Springs Oiled With Each Drain" ' "We GLADLY SERVICE Your Car" Delaware Co 'Boy Scouts of America .Chamber cf Commerce Building MUNCIE, INDIANA Ed. H. Justice, Scout Executive Phone 3316 To help other people at all timesg : mentally ziwake, and morally BIHS G TUNE INN ACROSS FROM THE CAMPUS CiXlfI2Tli1RIA FO Lf N TAI N CAN I J I IQS LoR1NG E. BURTON COMPLIMENTS OF : The Peoples Ice Delivery Co. : Dealers In Pure Distilled Water Ice TELEPHONE 742 PCJPCKJRN RIXGAXZINICS JOHN V. MAIER RoWlette's Chocolate Shop 406 N. College Ave. : ICE CREAM CANDIES LUNCI-IEONETTE Curb Service ! MHS XX? THE ENGRA VINGS In This Book Were Made by DELA WARE ENGRA VING CO. High and Howard Streets MUNCIE, INDIANA Sin x Q0Gv 'fvQ '2 D MHS Gv '2 vDQ QQ x cs- N 3335 Aufographgs QQ fd. if I Q4 fyfff .M ' 2 7 Q X fffvzfaog I x XX W QM - ,aj . K. - . ., , V: I 'fr' I 4 ..! y,6k,5 1 If . If ,r .V s 1 .f -. . - M! ll 1 t ' ' 4:52 "' kim, Z f Nw- f 1- , , - , ff! j. 9' Z 'c- iz., - - A, uv ff," ' " . Mi' , , L 'X n Lg .f 1 4.1 X ta ' A -'51 F . 'M - K ALS ' xr' --'L Jug, ' N r, f 'A' ,. " ?'., f 1 I BA 1 .r 1 ,ggrz - ,L Y --'Sh J 4 J J 4 ,fe li, q nf" l -" ff, W9 Q9 MHS G M777 Autographs Y?-ie? Wa 1- f ' X QM 'G 56 Qixyfgf ,002 f QM jf, GLXMMM 'hN.1+. S, x 27 ,DMSSX.,LQS"2.af MHS Autographs 'lf


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