Nappanee High School - Napanet Yearbook (Nappanee, IN)

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'q 5 Director of Public School Music EVA GRAHAM gd Language - Music Mathamatics - Geography , , 'x 1 - l H11 A 5 A Aki! Pngv Fin- ,Z ,QXL-.m.,..,.,Wl 5 j 32 A :fi X 5 .I GALEN ROOSE History - Arith. 798 Hi K , M.. fqw v 9 I , I ? l E l 5 1 ls 5 a 3 HAZEL GRIFFITH Lf? Commercial JOSEPHINE LEHMAN, A. B. Public Speaking - Latin BEA TRICE GENTZHORN Domestic Svience JAMES THARP, A. li. Physical Culture - Marl. Tr BESSIE BROWN Art Page Six 0' A i. A !,... Y.-..T.-...Y.-......,,., Nw, ,,,,,, g nw V,-- unri X N. , , ' I, . AMY.-.,,-.- ,. -,A....,...-.a.., -. ,.,.,,. 52 M f A W af! , - ,M fc'-13. QQ!! vu gg 5 3 1 l s ,." 1 " MCL ilfeaver 'Brendan Haiff Q Ed, M Ghiaf' fin? Eat l ' j .Stormie Lehman! F it fn h .V '21 -Q 1, , L qzuv i .v Q ' L I. V - ! ' ,' .' 'Eid 'B r' 9 f1g1,f,,pif:gafPPm Q Julia, ,5krahrnf 9l'lab1e Hzckuxman, cfjaciefry Sai , Pfzafaxgraphcr 5 George 'Burbach Pa-ad. 'Rosbrougk K Bus. W2-gn Ass? 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Besides being Julia Strohm I am also the best natured flapper in the class. Because I aim to please. Ha! Ha! Ha! JOHN VANDERVEEN EDNA GRAHAM I'm Dutch and a pretty wise What more could any0H6 Wish cracker am I. But it's Tulip than good looks and a good dis- Time in Holland, so I must say position? So I'm satisfied. Who good-bye. wouldn't be? WINFRED PIPPEN Am I happy? Well I should say! And that ain't all. Varsity basket-ball, Jimmy in the class play, last sacker base-ball and annual staff. Yea, that is me. BRENDA HAIST I've got that personality that only brunettes can have. Per- haps that is why I don't demon- strate my name-Haist. STANLEY LEHMAN A man of importance, that's me. Vice president, annual staff, basket ball and Jack in the play. Rather brilliant in my studies and act as professional comedian at parties. WILLARD NAYLOR MABEL HECKAMAN I'm the other twin. Get ac- Those country lassies you hear quainted with me and I'll show ' S0 much about-Well, Pm hef- you 3 real time, "There'S 3 If asking is an art then I'm an reason," artist- Isn't it true? WILBUR NAYLOR No, I'm not my brother as he parts his hair in the middle, you know. I've been with '22 a long time and have always been a regular. VELOURES LOPP EDNA YODER Just chic enough to be suc- My golden curls and I make cessful, I'm what they call the bevies of friends. I've got that frog's eyebrows. Try it and see. "meet-me-later look" so please say nothing to me. ELDON BOWSER I'm Bowse the astronomer, a most remarkable one, because I look down instead of up. Altho I measure 6 feet, 4 inches in silk sox, I'm not uppish a bit. You'd be surprised. 1 OSCAR MOYER GEORGINA MACKIE BERNARD WIDMOYER I know more about automo- Somewhat bashful, but never- If you wanta laff, stick around biles and bookkeeping than any- theless I forge right ahead. I because that's what I'm here for. one else in the Cl-QSS, SO I d0n't believe in really doing things, so Incidentally I play base-ball and WOYYY about the future. WOL1ld you can't keep me under. step out some. you? . 9. IOLA YODER RALPH WEBER DORA HEPLER I've studied and studied, so I An auburn haired young man. I take the regular high school sure will be glad to see mydi-s 'e'MTooA good to be true yet I'm one. course, study and good times. ploma dished out to me. And And What's more I possess all If you're ever in trouble call on then where do We go from here? the trimmings. Hard to believe me. isn't it ? e -- - V 57. 1- - ---V f .. ...xx Yi -fff. . ., , H--...,- ,,,A M ,MM YA, ,A W ' if 7 " Y Y if V L, l Green and Gold. Rah! Rah! KENNETH WILLIAMS Green and Gold. Rah! Rah! All around the minnow pool l While I'm short in stature I'm one 3 Zouay two a Zoua, Three a zoua, zam! A A bob-tailed Wolly-cat 1 what counts I'll tell the bell-bot- A kettle and a can! ' f 1 ' 1 t tomed World I'm some baby. g3111a?3em?cale em' Tee! Tawl Buck! l long in experience. Since that's 'V le or -effgfffli or rom, or X VY l'.lL1m I : H ' .'1,v51v,5f-gr SENIOR CLASS ROLL I glfildna graham x 'qA, fr' 'kg,3Vilbur blaylqm I Elia Weaver li XMabeT Heckarnan' S ' ' VlQgrdl Naylor S it ,AA' A I Railph .Weber rfrf r r f f il l? rrrr 5 r rr 52 ' rfL 3 Lr S L NX C ,iff 1-lynn-n.: or , 3 , W ' P. . A ' 1- iff I VA itil? 1 ' , 4 'vis-, 1' "' " 1 X -1 I L l C K . ,., Q flf 1 ,H 4 -P " ' , 4 - , f Li z.,. ,, 'A M ,..' .,,,.-1 1 . izf ff . ' f " M. 1 S 1-f ' - af' V' ' ',s X1 , M M., ,,. km. W.,,n..,... E , .V 1 WH, I .H 4f,,,.,,,, AM , V V , H ,V V A V' 5 X . r Gear e ww N or I "wwe nfwvrwvwa' 'W' 'W' - f 1- 1" ' ANMMWM .WWW A 71, - . '- ',, ' 2' -. 4 , 5. ' ll. nx t ,In HL: Ia. .,, '1v, - M i - at - N ,V , ,V V' fl +4 M , 72 g gi- L ff s 4 - .1 ' V I V Q 8 ' . , , 2' - '--'- H ' 5 ,... .....,. ,. . 4, , yr W 1 " w x ' - ' 'I V' , 71 1, L 2 - f .. Q .A -gr Q , 5 .1 V f ,7,1,1.M ,175 ':,. ?T,ffQ573.7:1A .,.. .L:, if ,S .v.,. , I, T.. Hu , . E Q l ,. I. S .,,. 5.,f?TL '.r., .,.,A .x., in .i Morse, A E Pink rose fL5rlYMBe5cf397 "Q 5-"F-"1 I J 'f g "f " " ' ' Emerald and Old Gold Class Motto ' Carpe omnem diem N vi' f.l ' vvjwg-1 , fr, x 3721, an Y A . , ,H fl? in ,. . , , .72 'HTL ,W -Ln 5 4 79, fl L X, x Q FI 1 V i ,. ..'. 1' Q 2 , K 'P . 1 , Fil' I ' Q. QQ, 'dl ' ?S..f v- -' nr.. www. .1 S' ff I l 1 A 119 Q. K fl F X 6 I 4, 4 8 1 J' 3 3 n I ar r r g 1 5- ... ,,...,.M,..M-.M '- ' . I- , , , ' A ,.,. 6 1. , . : ,. , 1, il, in gl l Nl i I? E f 3 f ll H 1 Sw el: ii WWE FH! -x. 'b C93 .. f -:em-3 - - L :. .-:Q ,1 , , ,V ,R Q "" CLASS HISTORY FRESHMAN YEAR A : I , JUNIOR YEAR When our-class of '2Qr gs tered highh school in 319, we were 35 ML When we inteired the third year we lost several of our class, strong. We deciqejznljggg-V School beganfggj fhlqtesz leavingfus gonly, 2, ,g Qeorge wasvelectedipresident when eerr is we me 11 ff saiitl .. e e . w i t:fe.f:gtzs'ii2z:f till the lattail " ' V --1 . P " i ff-.f" e-11 -v 1-. . also Pulled off.. Paul Rosbrougglf fr " it if 5 i Ry- ,A Wgzniel - e'l"e1' J e ff' Ad' ,' I ' Ward, VGIOUYGSQ roasts andxskivtirigg , um in frying.. z,f.e g QW 2 . the team. we were brjiKli3in't2A2,,At,,the- end of thef 'M' "" ' '5", ' ' I WW rssbyd gwhif ? i f fe L :at a Q J am ' . it ' t L V r We 1 ' '1Q,f' ? , li ,pp 'C1BSSm3l3e, Ward .,,, 1,,.... W, Z ftwo. George- Bur- EQPHQMORE ., u ff? i7V,...i..j,, agalwhosen P es eX1F9f.t!?eFf?aSS' d has sawed .HS Soon after W 5 fgaggdur yea ' qi f ,mmf I' '. A t . fs tf,1gs5-ggrlorxnggv that we 1 them- digniiied. The cl s was--'roamed moreforg n Q.,,.aTif'd.l1' ,I as Z ef, Lb J' WO? .,.. ,I ,',, iff'l,QQ Eriniffed, Paul, was chosen as president to guide us 'throdgfhthl3fS 1 eloures 'audi ebrge. . e,WereTalS6 wellvreilresented' in track and Many of our former class matesleft iisg includingfMa'y,1Me'C0y"Who moved td Otterbeing and thus we had only 26 'lefti' Weiifrriany parties, especially a Ha1loWe'n masked party held at the H. S. gym. We were also well represented in basket-ball, Pippen, Tobias, Rosbrough and Beck being our contribution. Our hobby this year was to make life miserable for the teachers, at which we succeeded. 1 baseman. , V' A , if ' 7' ...gg.,51f"j:,:.'::::f1:::i:g.J1t:.i:?:""'jf" . The: bighevents of the Senier' year Willfibe commencement and the class p1ay.'A three act"comedy, "All-of-a-Sudden-Peggy" was chosen to bel our play. Parties have played a great part in keep- ing' up the class spirit. We Seniors decided we wanted new com- pany so we invited the Seniors of Wakarusa to a partyg they in turn gave us one. We have enjoyed our four years of high school work very much and are sorry to go but we leave our places to the Juniors. A ft H f - 3 Page Eighteen I .," " AA V , ,H X K w F J 6' LA 1 Y 4 X 6'w'x3flXy-'. .NXM A J' X A 3.112 Y P y. ,xxxwiirl y 'S VT 1 1 1 Q , .fr'.:,. g, ' 5 A L i X " A , h i i i . Z IV L A i I, lwwa-+.xMAsC I I 1 , X a 5 7 3 x 2 , Q 1 ,,, www, P Cfglf- ' '- " 1 'wh ,j,,,,,.,1' X L H ' S5 3 b I X 4 A i ' 'zf X Smgkm www ' - 1 ' PIT ' -mxxk x. ,K , -f X bi as 1. , A Ii W A .s g :M x K -3. I. K , , E , Xl: 4 X B HES? v 5 SA-M'-N .'.,..x GWR 5 x A-...L-JL x. x - 5' I. 1 4 . Y' 5 'A 915' '5 'V mlm mm wir-Mr , lf- 'N 4 a 4 . A K ..,.wf..g...,.,,,.....,..-....,. --.fl-...L-, ......f.'... .. ..,..-.........v ...K ...df .....H.. ,.., f . YU .......................,..Y,1-....................A,..,-,.,.,.. . ,..,,.,.., ....., ....,. ,V ...,.V.. .,.,....,-.V Y., yt .Y ,, ,. .v ,..,. , ,.... N, ,, A.. . L... Y, 1. W Y 1 ' , 1""---1....i.h.4-- v un V, u i 1 i "J -Q0 Y f -7+-fl , p x f f4w13,,, V1 wg, G9l29i'1lW0I S " r ' -i 0 ". f ' 1 f f 9 E Li- 1, 71,1 Q' ,I , K 4 --.1 Q f' 46 . 4 I 9 1 W""' 'H I I. fmlllf Z 6 I ff gi f W 5 6 1 ' :u 1 4 . 'mas X. - i C 9, x W , 'I W f ,iffy jf? Z N f 7 Z ' 2 7 , I 15 f'w:':5f5f7Z35z2?73f57":ifQ "f-'Llzillffl' z 1 , Z gg, Q I ' 7 K K WH 1 5 M ,,,, VA X W a w N ' ""- ff""'N x X -M A Qgmw ww, KJ!!! I! Q m I X wa M u p JUNIOR CLASS ROLL , "T kEthel Arch lx Wilma Hare r Bernard Richmond A 5Naomi Beck xxliobert Hartelk Dievon Richmond f k5egeeH,Best c Martha Himes DorothygRoose LaVon Bickell. I if Myrltle Housour V. Louise Sfuckman Cf., rrrrcWi112f Q 1e 1 ., ' VG?1?pie"fH 2925 5 ii ran x h e 3 h, - fo L gi ff? c lfgwifff evie ,H Q W 'M "-f I N , A,,,,, ,,.N :if ,gr H' ,Z, M,i,,W,,,,. '-v.,, ,., , V j4g,ww!,7,a!,f , , '- "' ' "W" "MT 5 fi A V..Helen Freese. QVQV.fvgjffiffW', Miltgpberg rfffgi ! ,fQfffC ol Wysong 5 , L L Lfwie nbseig-s6c.1vf.LiH1Qfg1 E 2 ema are ' - V - Mgef 32 . !7!T1lQ.Z9T1tZ ,, Q., ., ,..i, ,L , Ml- .,..,..,,L..n. ,- .... . .i,i . . A l MMMW 2 ' V L I W1 A MMM Y E 'I' L f ' 1 fm V, ' ' 1 'Q' - . :Q .. .Ji N " ,... .,.i., ff L A 4 C'las5iC5i6i5?fl'4e?T5f'.F5-lfffll' Liil - .V " -Claee Flovsier Purple and Gold ' A Yellow Rose 4 Class Motto f . "The higher werise, the broader our view."i 7' T ' f nflj - AQ' Page Twenty-one .Qu kit' 42' 1.5! .cf-i-all wi I 1 J ..,......i.... . Y31, 'f- ,412 'V ,- -ri! ' , a H f 1-WWF ' ' Wmfwfwfww-Wffsfa1?f2's'Wf-awwfmwwwfmafgwww f' f m we .f 4 -nf: v,-V1 , 'H ' . , , F M A. ,, ,, K .,-m,A,.,, -. 3 5 , Q Q J, - g.,,,,,' ,fa gags ,amy , t. . my 4,-A ,, s ,iw-w 5- QW 2, 4 Efqli, I 3- "5 .E v.ggi"1sexpvS ' wif i' an, sv' I , - Q V V - ,S A ., I ' ?:g,w:.Q,vmZQ:f.,f'gQt53k!i gif ZEl,tv:v'A.- 1, . , vv, A . 1 L, . W f Y S fx gag ,gal , . ., . , , , .. Q1 , M F M Q- 7 3 1 , - 1 . . w - 1 ' 1 , ,,. . .., .V .H - . 1 . L x 4 i Inf . ins: :nr . Jquugnvn. IN! - Q mln lumen 0. ilnav P ' 1 W . . 7 . , . 1 u , X w E v 1 - 1 4 . 1 1 , ' X . 3.-' fri' f -1, 'z L. Y E :jpg s X .ff Y I 1 ,vs u .-. J A , 5,2 f Q 'xf. 1 r - K E P75 W . Bfgf . 'JH'-, .-11' V215 V . g H1 W min.: 335' l'-,f fa"i,ff fi 'nfl A-I' 'L ,Q Q: :ff X . 'A K V W, .. ,kg YK.: ' . -A :- 3 A- isp ' N v -if '--:Ii 'z . ,.,,gy:'5ffr y ,5vA""9.f. 1:-J' 'Y " 4. -if Z9 4 .. 13, Q , , S A 'S it x ,-i Y, 89 f Y . , 5' -:jf hifi' , Mc 4 f Aff- 'L' QQ '? vt " .elk vgwat 2 - Q -wi f . up V ,gm J Ay' , f- 1 3,1 .W 1 .,i , 11.3 1 STL 'Q :Exp if - - mf : 'xi as 25 , fiiw. wi? , ' fhai ASQ, , 3- 4,5 ,-.e 1 J Page Twenty-three N I 3' a,f 1 I , -5. 1,9 3 It 14:5 mir, :Akai 'J L E Q. K: , E 2 L ? OH mv ! i LITTLE 97' 1 , X 5 , ' , 0 kg? CP Ae X , , R j I' B215 A .X , 1 S. . 0 1 0' 4 X I 1 I i 3 I 1 5 , A X 3 xi 7 ,Q Nm X: i - Q " Qxvsfo I . Tfix- X :QR KSA: " ' ' "' "W """: fWHf1AAjji , A-M" H' -A---M-1 E ,---,,, ,. .,,,-..,.,,.,,,-. -,,-,v l': I I I nv KN I f - rg, -HF, Q93 Q SOPHOMORE CLASS ROLL K Isabelle Arch f Blanche Babcock ' , ' kBqrgthy' Best Ka-, -' Reba Brumbaxigh 2 X Wilbur Hartngian X.Lillian Kuhn X C , FT d Lemna Chefles Miller Leona Stouder Qdna Sylvester Harold. Stackhouse l -bg ff Carlyle Shank In., H'-J: Carlson, M 1 259 Dora, 'f e 1 fi, Q f thef.Thdinas ff, ' . "" "Je ,., ,...........,. Q 1 Q1 .... if '... 5,121 , ,'.. M . ..,,.. un. - 4 l, '-" ',,. A XKQAQ' V' .. ""V L V 'fl 5 i'l" 1'5fl7 A Ai E " 'I ' N B f Ef - if 1' Ile? a-'fm ,. n ,n 1 ., b n-Edward Goldenlf, R ,W 1 .a" , i fle- 2.29 , V. ' mqyerw A IX : .. ,.. V , A X. 2 2 -'-vv ,rv V- --4' , 1 f -. ' , l 2 mg :: , :Mg ,W ,- We ,n,i,,h,,, . ,W VV.. . ,. .t,.ntl W ::+++-:- 3' -----,?-5::w.Eh i1,tin ,,,g,.n.W.,,,.:,,,,W,,.ii., ' T a h R . lLL r lf' 1 L i'..ff'V5 Qi 'Q ' ' vt ff XM A 355 1:1 ff -:W 'if ' : Gs 4 5 3' 55311 Eggprgsl :saw 4i":I, ' . ,. -A EE!! fi ,0 e fo L' l " ' 1'f2X11 Z-Tri-:as L L91 Q 'li 1. .g ,. :-' . Vrtv ,, 'MV - .fi il, 1' , " --'- 1 .'e- 555-1, -Q . , Glass Flower i . Green and Red "" 'ATL' 'MI3"'ff-'3"f:'5'7' '-'Li ff-5' Green andi Red Carnations 1 Class Motto y "Do your work daily, not weekly nor monthly." C95 - N .AQ f N i- L -- Page Tw ent y -five wfzf -il ai. fe?-5 'ZF s' 'Sli 3 Q as 34 ' is 'ff 1 ,., '-27 C, E , ,Z ,V F' -.TM . . as " :S A 3 HL .C ,J HY . Lf , V FQ P lic W4 elf .Y TF' J saga Z"tffi 12 L. ,iq ,ai , . 5 ,ig ,,.e,m,.A. .,., ,. .W.W .,.,.,.-n...,..,.....n.N, Q q iQ 1 4 K 5 ,W ,W MM., ,N ,,,, W k 55 ...,...-A,. ........,,-W. ,, . V--. . .....,,..,,............. 'aj Y Y i 2 i I i 1 Z 5 : a 5 P 3 5 5 f 5 3 Q 2 3 2 Z E V. g 1 LLfSvul1M,.,iL ' Smwdv.-,Lili wink--A 1 3 Q U Q I NMA-f?.c-khl 7? -ww ' fs . ' 1' . J 4 ' R -... Q-Owuaiio-17 LUJJL 5 2 i ' P Q 3 . r N-bleu wJ.9.ww.? 5 2 fs E 1 L., A A lm W. ' . ' - ,Yi , LL, ,,,, , H, , -1--.......',,-:T:. , , ffrr ,Y V K' ifffm' ""' W MW'W'fQf" ""'ff1'fl'f'ffff.f7 J XX..m....W..-.W--.m..........-M.-...0....,.....S X Y 'N ., . . . ' Y 'NYY Y .Wa ......,,-f, li - g,,,, W..V,,, ' " , ' N W" . Y . ,, xx 'Tit ,,"'i1Q'Y:'---2 D-I 4 A 1 T-Vi Y ' " 'A ' 'A ,ls V '-N 1 li It f 7' 6 1 fa, 3 X 9 lu " ' JE: J- ,A pe, fi ,-ffl 8 , C A 4 ' , I O30 6 K NC AA R 'Q 9 Z Cn K 51 Y W L, X 2 M I N q u .,- p 6 X Q 7 . W g a l L L A A , W ' a ii ' f,ffp'iZLsez5RA -Msg -Tv fl Uusroev QS My QQMEK-: -:L Q- F 7121 WORST I5 Vff IU C0175 0 A FRXWHFPSE-J 4 '4, l m ,. 4. .. -,N.,.w-.-., - M A, Q 7f,,. ..Ww-. ...V Q X ,V g , Ayfx 'f ' i! me- v , , X if V I , ,......,,,,,,,,, , Y, , Q -- -...X QD FRESHMAN CLASS ROLL. Ione Best M K- Elizabeth Inks Marjorie Schrock .Russel ,Brown ,,,f ' M-X Vera Keck Frank Shaum s.Ma4bel' Dalrymple '- Xfgatlter Klotz xLowellXSheets Fern DeHavn D a Kronk V Marian Snyder V l . , 1 n I How rd Foster V F Maryag andis ,X I Edith,Stah1y A I M Q, Fred -ck EZIW Q .4 i'1Zl.,Wg:,l,t,,r,,,Ql,4z,:faa.iQ,,552Sigma-,5'5Q!1ll.QPHM'Wf F' , e'fG"l angie, 'rr , Gmac 2 : w as 4- f ,L5f7iZjW'jj'W'tWjgEiSll U ,lil ffT'N""""'fff 'ffffl "" 7 0 T' 'v' z W" 'M de exwffiltrgg. 2 154' an , ' is oyd Gingeri , l VMlloyiM1lIer 7: U E. " ' 4 ,573 Mary Weaver Y . ' , Wehrl ' :J ,J a T YW, Sify' C U MC ' 'M " f 51 9,13 Dallasvtlisapler, 22 M ,Q,Q,,,,9,n.m f f? an a,,,, Caflislsf ,,,,,a,g,,w E f " .3 '7' ii' 3: F J ' Y95 M ' ln 1 I1'b ,2f a lle fi lla 255 'yl"' Ql1i' f A all-fodgff W '7 -L Q i "" """ yfr e ' .. , .Q :ffm 'K' L . . 2 , ' -' s -feergr ,... --i'rg-- -A 'g.r.rrafrHa.1?residentr H Firm.. Pippen ..... Q-L-g--- .... --,-7Vice-president Ruth Heestandggi- ....... Secretary Roy Weavel----C ..,.. ....... T reasurer ' Class Colors ' Class Motto Purple and White "The higher we rise, the broader our view." 7. ' n geximg x - 16' Page Twenty-nine :V - 1 . N f1,.iav+'! .f 4, A A ,uk V , A K , f gg - - CM ,"?' - Kai .1 . as ,as si ' 5 w fl fa. K rx. A XT X W xx X ' 1. K.. A F' x,,..-" M x . X: - .. ,Q .. ,.., . W E ,. V .. If 'Xi ' . fix I: 1 fl ,. 5 .lj I Aw!! A V if ELI 'iw Z .A,::"'fl f' f - -'A.Y ll? 'fg V--- V- -'v'N ..... ..,. 2 ...... A me 3 fee .J f ff -"' ' ' -x .1.L f., . H X: ', X 'NM' V 'h" ,g,g,g.'.'..',.,,......M..a2w..., Q lfijrl. .. .llwnni ........,.., -Lili Nix. Av L42 Z ZWWULJ IAAI nazi: .,., ,- V, Maw WL! M. I, fowl' 0 I 3 Mm , W xxv, W,,,,,, ,.,f- ' ' If-In , J 'if ,J fY A E 'Lf' - Qf V K gi V: -f, W 7, if' ,Q Q 'f 1.5 111 'fv' ' ?W"f'f'f' TM-Qi 2 K ' E is gr . A, -, .... ,,,.. , , 7 A. ,Z . .. A-A4A AH, , ., v gggZZL,g,,5,..,.,.,,... 1 ,MMM 2014, ,, , Wg" ' P , ' -if 4 A if .mi :. 1 W I VVVV w:1'W I V IVFWYQAV 1 ' Q fl if -ffy V I' x .f f .Y 'a new was ' 1 L 1' 7, vi Q, , ' f' 5 A . .,,,, ' .Q . i QE f u t . D Page Thirty-one L' J A , ww", ,M ., .,--1 V Q ..-.... -Q3 1 CLASS '25 X .,... ... -: 'vw :I V1 AK , i , Lx na-I It ff gs the of S w iemllelk A stqff, '1' EQY9f1 Ae, the?Z?i: A, J j' 1 " "' I ' "" , 1. up .,.,. if ..,. f, .'-- . 2 , .V , LA ., 2 ----' i : W 4 'f 1 , ,, A l - wwe entered EX,- 1, ' Q '.A ' ,'f io N- H. S! J E M ..4A'."VV A " .. k Q ",' 'M '33 'X l L iv: ' hx Ti E" Q T? .H W- --.E ZTQNA 5 I 5 H. : . ..,. f I- .... ...Ili -.. .vi if H .:' v..44,v.,--V4- -'4.v-v-'v4-, y - lvrvr ,, A ri V I 'K -1 If , l 1h . .,...,,.,,. . ,,.,.,.., . ,.,...,... . R ca l . - ,A1, I , q , ' view" " ""' '--f - '.A Tig, ,'.x, .QQ-fi - As, th5jfsg9fys,-6f'.'NQ'HQSQ' 1 " ' ' For THE CLASS of N."HQ'S.' " ' ' ' N ' f ' ' ' ' ' Mary Landis '25. Q f LF'PX'JsX " " Q A Page Thirty-two ,QNX xQQIiZl,2?! 1625 THE YELLOW DRAGON A It was the week before Christmas when Jerry decided it was about time that she should do some of her shopping. Jerry, who lived in sunny California, did not have much of the Christmas spirit because as she said, it did not seem like winter with roses blooming and palm. trees waving their fronds in the breeze. But Jerry, the optimist, jammed a hat down one.. her short curly hairdagd lin opined her father she was going to Jazz into 'Frisco an o er s 'opping.,,f N is S3 gerry waved guild-his and sped away in her own rakish 'pee oy 194moe. , Finally when she had, shopped for about two hours a pang of And then she fainted dead away to Jack's utter astonishment. Quickly he pulled the curtain and called the waiter. When the waiter entered Jack was trying to revive Jerry, but he tried in vain and as he stooped to pick her up, a sickening blow gn his head sent him senseless, headlong .over Jerry and onto the oor. .X When Jack came to his senses he was aware of the fact that he was securely bound and gagged and that Jerry was in the same condition. They were in the tonneau of a large car madly racing to-Jack knew not where. He only knew that they were in moun- tainous ,couhtpy and that no good was coming of whatever was hunger shot' 'through her, she decjded to go. tor the Yellow' going to happen. . Dragon for fvff Z J-fmt "" 'j 1 ,A A w g' Wwri EH f i A"-1'1'W'I'l1ei'gcar"Ca11Ye"tU "" B ikijdden stos with a grinding of brakes and The. Yeugyf' ,,pf1g0Il7,.X"?.s..B .ghlnw restaurant, Where Simi' L Vief t I egfront gint of the car, roughly eyed Orientalsfa , lfefiopelslxec wandj '1lf'Zj,QItZXffgBlT' ,, fvrfa i gffpnillin ,ther eaZii"aiid" iiitofa' hit in front of which the Ming. a Chinese 232110 , r yykp my ,Sm 11 Alf st Qggpmamay tlgifioor of the hut, gave Jerry enter W ,,,, Wh un , ,the gf lgsnth' V917 V t e floor, and with a ing, her eye! fofen 'dover theiplacewind oo 1 "" , , ' nora wth' """' 7 'cke' ja chase, his yellow teeth, Said, "Taka that, Cha met her gaze., ,Q . 4, hf.fg" 4if f' .Q "' ,yy ' Q, Mg, .ngyerw.fo1fgets," Ae come muchee soon and see you.". Then he Multi-cqlf ,-lante .1 tr: itheirdtfErg1 ', ,h W-tlll1e'roox::g 'H" H wlt boltl "the5d'09Nr'Jack heard him driving away. the incense of t e e . ,. W .14 ' eyes tgfsf' ' h although his head perfume and. lu 3 , ,,,, ' . . S 5112? men heibegziii toggwor his bands and a low Pents on thfiicu 1 2 WW ng a her lde 'L' 0 be Q .. I ef? from plferry hastened him on, and finally he slipped free at her when is e a t to nd at the aitnernluhnaw . 1.v.ed ,..,,, T , Q .h 'Succeeded in getting. Jerry With her dl .y " "S , "" ' e ' V ii 3 t"' f 1140111 lger2b nds and e o ned er e es and blinked hard. The taw 'liz i s 0 ,53 of glxop e ey, eilak n t p 6 tg? 1 QJ 5-5, ,'-.. A digg .H H , th of goldencte 'a en '-'he "2 W iv ' s ' s in f 'er t A 5 ! H H 9' ffsi 7 gvgqff j' ?,9"aj, e 055517, W V5 e Wor' spied Jack Hiirfon, afi'TJ1d"fri'End,1"s6EE ,atthj ab1'e"f1113y1font of ,t 9 .1913 093 Yflln' fac - p p Q E , ' her. Calling the waitershe 'bade him brihpg "Alle rightie," he said, and pussyffooted ,overito 'Jaek'sJ'tableI.' ,X Jack looked up and then went to Jerry's 'table with 'a huge' ' grin on his handsome face, "Hello there, Jerry," he hailed her, "haven't seen you for an age, where have you been keeping yourself ?" "Oh, no place in particular," Jerry answered, "won't you have a cup of tea for auld lang syne?" "Most assuredly," Jack answered. Q "Sugar or lemon?" she asked and then with a hysterical gig- gle "O, Jack, how funny I'm seeing two of-of- 0 h f 3 "There, there," Jack said, "don't talk, just lie quiet." ' And then he' stared in consternation at Jerry whose eyes had -opened' wide. Her face was a picture of terror and her hand clutched his arm tightly. She tried to speak, but could not, for slowly and surely above Jack's head descended a hand, a dirty yellow hand and that hand held a gleaming knife, already it was just above his back, when,- "Cut off!" the director of the Wheelan Film Company cried, "that is all for today. Report tomorrow at nine at the Kalsely Studio for the next act." ETHEL ARCH-'23 Page Thirty-three X2 X Q i i I THE DEAR OLD GOLDEN RULE i I l l T Of all queer notes this was the queerest, written on a piece By this time we had arrived at our destination, the "Hurry.. i of plain durable paper in a queer old fashioned script. 'It read: Inn," a cafe noted for its exclusiveness. Not wishing my guest to i "William Penn, Esquire will call on thee at thy home this after- feel shy, I escorted him to a table in the ,center of the cafe I Q I noon." where he could get a good view of the surroundings. 1 l I had always associated him with the "Golden Rule" because "What will you have?" I asked, and hastened to add, "now f f he was such a very religious man. - don't ask for wine. 'She lrest I can give you is a coke, unless you 2 "Well, well, GdldenffaRJ,1le,'f Ig thought,f' fwhat,,haye, I Qdone that Prefell ., V' ' i I should be so phohoured? However, all do my best to K I was 1tptpn,,'a'red ,forjhea lookwof cool contempt that he cast 3 show you a good tifneL""' Lili' ,,,n f"'h"" "" , 22.2231 "',.' 'Q ,, ,,,,, Umgny fffljgadwfq ' emihpaiadlierred toll the command- Q ' Promptly at wie '01 5 li i a 'fini I far? le on ,.al the ments- FF1,,.,9' 31P'iU1Y , 01' ered two emen , I of his head., n a mud hole,xWillianl enniwa be "se ly - p " tivtalk- 'met V ' Pennf'ffdfE4adff3r66x1d,witf1ta horrified expression, muttering to him at the door prepared to show him t M placejy f,' V I hlmself. Once, When.lie'saw a young dandy puff at a cigarette, and K "Hello, Mr. 'Piggy got,,yw,,,.mte..au K,,MG0me,,.0mand take tliien consultg,hisVyin:i.ist-watch, feared was stricken with apo- . ' 2 little joy-ride hear ftim' utsiile-"ia Q?it?,,a1,,a him muff Pexyt an ' 9 to where the car A a feminine voice l "Hop in," I saifl. " ' ' ' ' X " V ,z ,, singing, "Maven" 3 i MBU Where 21' :thy .0XeY1.Wlf-ll Wllieh tQ,,,d1TAllY.jf?!ldQ1', Yehiclelf' M wa f' "-QQAQ' ,Spoke M113 I?epn,iQgJ.he,.hurried1y. arosemifrom his chair, X , I gazed at him blanklya' for a moinent thenfeomipirehengid. ,, ,gipmefgyeung flalng-P145 ln 12'ef dlfffessi dorft thee heal' her call- ' A "0h! I see. I tho ht you were fofolinga e at ifirst. 4,This 4 WZ' llewhel' mother aid? Z.He Fmned toward theffomer from , A does not need anyt Ing to 'pul1'it, it 'gbes , itS'elf.' QGetfi'fI!" ' 5 Wfhenef Came the verve, BPSeQfmg,,Chell'5"eYld 0VeTt11TTi1Y18'i'C8bleS 111 3 The honorable gentleman was loath to get ini but finally con- his haste to Teeeuel the QYOUIIE lady-l H 5 sented. The engine coughed' several times as wef startedfand had I finally Caught MF- P61113 by his 10133 locks, and by force pull- ' b I not seized him by the coabtails he would have ,beehl in the mid, ed him back to our table anduthen explained the situation to him. 2 dle of the street. I jerked him gently back into 'the seat. In afew moments a young lady and' her escort entered, and- I 1 X . .fDon,t do that, just sit quietf, I cautioned. I knew he was heard him gasp as he caught sight of the young gentleman's hair, ' frightened, for he held on iika grim death and his breathing was whleh Seemed to be vamlshed With hargi Shellac. Mr. Pena, afrai- labored. However, after I had successfully dodged several tele- Sezlffg at the eseeffa turned hlsjlttentlon to the young lady. phone poles, not to mention the cats, he relaxed. I could see that he , Oh 800dIl9SS- I ,heard him :utter under hils breath as hs l was bursting with questions, so to keep the ball rolling, I ex- ghmpsed the Young ladys guleshesa they 100k llke P1155 In boots! i plained all I knew about the machine. He was seemingly much Then Mr. Penn bowed his head reverently in prayer, "Dear . impressed. Lord, what is thy world coming to?" l if 7- K7 V. I --,.e--e.a,. - - N 'N i,jfL I cw- I -, lake! Page Thirty -Your Qiyx... - .. -'Q THE DIARY OF A "ROUGH-RIDER March 10-I am an automobile of a new make, called the "Rough-rider." My home, at yesent, is in the garage of a small town, known as Hayfever, Il1inois.'rI have been examined by several prospects during my sojourn here. ' , March 15-To-day a man has come to look me over. My owner is pointing out all the good qualities in me and so finally they take me out for a try out. The man is pleased with me' and so the nec- essary papers filled outand I chan' ,owners. My new boss does not impress me siscthe Vtreat femcrougfz kind,-at least Irhope not. March .16g4Ig.found,outitoday o.lr .new boss, .is a doctor and that he will iuse me to makehis caQ1s.wHe"is a' bachelor "and Iuses me very' ca.refu1lyWneyer.dri'm1g me more than 25 miles per our. I 'f" z Aprils 1-I have served him faithfully, but he has grown tired of me and is going to sell me. f V , April'14-He has purchased a run-a-bout. He sold me to a former friend. Formerg 'I..say,f.beC83.1Se a Sh0t't!.,'iime iffel' he had sold me to this friendfthe friendship was broltenf and I have a suspicion that I played a part in .the separation. ' April 15--The,Hayfeve1"'Bell'UWS''1'e'p61'tSUtl'l1'it Irwassald Q consideration of 51,119.73 My new owher is a retail mershantj- dealing in concreitb punching-tags, red- ot ice jboxesaand miller miscellaneous articles. 'He-fdoesnot -dfri 'e me much, but he has a son of about twenty years of age who leaves me no rest. Hemakes frequent calls to a neighboring' town to see' hisfeminine friends. Before he goes he wraps himse f in a Kuppenshaf suit of the latest model. Next he jumps into new Flortonian shoes and even he admits that he looks like a million dollars. Then he gets in and we start. We blow into the metropolis like a Duke in a Rolls- Royce. He stops me at about a dozen different flapper's houses, but he can't get a date. This makes him angry and reckless. He sees a boy friend and asks him to go for a ride. He bets that I can do 72 per hour. We get on a good macadam road and just as he hits me up to 65 we stop. Of course we stop at the only logical place to stop, when we were going that speed, and that is in the middle of a telephone pole. This pole certainly knocked me cuckoo for I didn't know anything more for two weeks. The boys were in almost the same condition. X"May 10-My physician at the- garage had finally fixed me up in fairly good running order, but as my owner has had enough of me he sells me to a second-hand dealer in Chicago. During this time I have evidently depreciated S400 in value for I am sold for that much less than the doctor sold me. , is May 21-llhave belonged to this dealer for only a month. Now he says that,,,he,is,,,go1ng to-sell me tothe terrible tempered Mr.. .Bang offflloonerville, who is planning to take a trip to California. Mr. Bang has afnew bodybuilt on me' with furnished rooms for his long trip. ' ' ' ' June 19--We started to-day for Raisin, California. As I am getting rather old and feeble I do not work as well as I once did, and so Mr. Bang and I are not such good friends. But we have driftedyslowly along until we reached our destination. Mr. Bang has many relatives here with whom he is visiting. August 144-To-day there is to be a picnic up on the mountains.. Whenffwe were on our way and on a narrow road, I stopped for the jfthvtime that day. This was too much for Mr. Bang's terrible temper, so after a l the passengers jumped out, he in ia'ii't of rage started'my engine, jumped out and -let me run wild. I ran over the precipice of a steep canyon, fell for a thousand feet or more and landed in the river below. August 30-TI am still here in the bottom of the river, although parts of me are washed away. November 23-I have given up all hopes of ever being rescued from this seldom travelled river, and I suppose I will rust and. de- cay until after a time I shall cease to exist. December 31-Now dear reader, I have written my life storv with a purpose in the hopes that you will profit by my example and-learn how to swim. ' STANLEY LEHMAN, '22 f fi j K ' N I Rx ji Paige Thirty -five' ,, , y b- f 1 Q , , Q "J UST US" N AME I WOULD LIKE T0 BE IS Winfred .... ---frnaster of electrQ sparks --- ..... .a laughing hyena i George .-- ..... L.. businessman ...... i- -.:-a perfect gentleman I . Mabel .... -, ..... -7- professionalrjazz player -1 g4gg..,-7.---QL..-f Qenuine crank Ida --,-T- ---' ........ T' ll ...... a dialect readert--,2 gQ.Q-,:,-,:.--4--,ygi,fi all action ' 'M L-. ...i V - --4---p--Lg- 'f ' ' s ig.. aa' f --,-34,43 E ' t te at , n,n .l a s g FP 5Tff'fZ.T,T..,'1",3f?-'K Njnj,,1,3j,QT,?TE,L'i,Z,:.'L3,:43h,yQ, if ,,,,,,l f ' I A- , , - f I l f f'?I0la?'l'i?:'f'-'5- U--L5 - y--- A t 3 Tee +454 U 5" f if I -- 9' f , K M 4, f 6i+a"'1L1gi1'gf11--Q---'gf,,j4f45'Qg-i.a,jdiffiifteacn tiii 1 R+-4Q12Q5Qf + voted t0 her ideals ' ' " gQsc m?,.t...-.- ?e.,i--LjQg 4322- A 'E Hin" , wk-in in T Ziwlf- if g l L' ,ver i 'vm ifV-I-VfVt 7jiHlv L!-i:,x. v g ,MW t 2 - . E Z : -: Q . . ' 11. . I. ellf,-get--5-Leif", rflfj- 1 Si .il .,i.., aneipgtiggffchv enf I 4' ' YQIOUYGS' QL -344 515 -.,., 4 gl :L hg'6Iif'M John ' --i--- '-g- 'Vgg.igQ,Q,c..5.-,b 'Carljso II -,,T-..-,.....--.-' the-"flying Dutchman" Eldon .... -..-QQ---QL4Lf 'an Enirlish 'lord ........... a bit cut off in stature ?fl Stanley .... ..... - . ...... professor in Csomethingl ? .... 1 ......... a "dandy" Bernard .... ...... .... a f amous orator ......... ....... M ark Twain II Evo Page Thirty Edna Y. Georgina -- .... a lady politician --- .... golden locks --- ..... a good girl .... - "conscientious" f aiffikj - -l--s-- 'iv .h, I QQ - QQ GIRL'S PHYSICAL CULTURE At the beginhiin of the school year a 'new-branch of training was introduced triage boys and girls of the 'high school. Under the in truction of r. Tharpe, a Physical,Culture class was organ- ized. is ' A. Y BOY'S PHYSICAL CULTURE L The boys of the High School as well as the girls have taken alxactive interest in the physical culture courses. While their work is somewhat on the same order as the girls, they indulge in A class was started for the boys and the girlsz The girls Evers more stren 925 exercises' A enthusiastifhalld 3 19-1'3?AA.. Abel' of them emf0uef'1Q,aI191 have ta,k3Y4ln The fi t-7 en ininu s of the A iod agfbfpcnt in marching an active I "" the if z le-""'ver "'h Sl y' 'Q M VV' '-tactics' ' ' Ltr' 4 remainder of the The firsbi f gf jg :ff5d is gm A nastic exercis' Q, ' .- .' ' Ar A .2 A. ' "ff ff'--A ' especiall lt ' ' " ' , H A ,X A ,A 1 IL AA Ah if is -I ' va ' f h " U -us ww 1-N gtrsfbasket ball, volley spent in it et hie iiln " '!r - clissf 5 Yew? Qgll, . A2 'ff A 155 'Af li I : ' : : W, 1. e' V . ' ' ' 3 - Q- l' 4, " eb, A ?,,AAf' I ' 5 W 1 Zfgiegah L ,AW 1 A 'W MW? ?WmjV ,,,A A W .2-1'-'p A A. he regular basket ball A At bfi? .ofmfthe regular baske a1l75s'e 'A Iffalfto 'A amen ' 59350513 2' 'ff W7 H ' for the p 1- 1 A. t A , - sis r ' u te "" A '..' ' Ay ,tests 1 A p Wt Nth Mboysg and they will be Weeks, :waz 's n V- :ln :LJ '1.,, 0 K M-.TW-f-M A . ' ' 2 ,5A rl A . 4.1 1 A, ,ro ,l'l ards A named, andisch .HSA wh : se -'lim l I W t ll W, my W AW.. g J .AMAA AW. "Scrubs" w ri t - H V1 ' . X i Q A A U V3 N, The bqyi and girl ho scores the highest average in all. The fel " "" 'V c' ' af: ei N fl' ii iii' 2 " 92 V 4 i H ' V rv ' I 'having their pic- and games fm A li' fl aio agzltefilp .ifihe t Qgiffs Should be ' A' ' Q-zgA.g.r.1Q1,foo h'-' lt '... ,heh 1 e,r' 1 AQJAAA .:.n 3 A .A A o',o -,.., 1 ...oo. A A -A f ' r " .?ollyCysl?r4?fiz'AfAff1fffp A.,. gflA'h A111515 W0rk leads UP '00 the track.-fOr those Whv qualify in l Kill-'em Quicks ........ 2..fQ ..... 2.A-AQ.i.3j..gf,g1'g'g.-lg.-Q...l..A..-.Q.,'..Ag.Q.,.,666f w ' their physical. training will be given a chance to play on the The Physical Efficiency test will start' April 13. ' The tests will ' V V include basket-throwing, chest expansion, base.ball throwing, etc Different emblems will be awarded to the girls who qualify in the i various tests. track. " Q It is hoped that this branch of training will be a permanent course in the Nappanee High School in the years to come. f' X Q f ' 3 - - X555 Page Thirty-seven I K i i x fix - '9"""'-" Q ' W1 3'X 18? X, g X W Iqigga j5.,.g F-,Q I NTI 'T 1 MANUAL TRAINING DOMESTIC SCIENCE ' i l ' The manual, training' depaftmenfhad been greatly imP1'0Ved The teaching of household economics originated in the Wes- ' I gigrggsflsriiifggxiriizrs Rfugkeozdggglglgfoigiggz Eaggenggdgf tern Hemisphere in the middle of the 17th century, when the nuns , I ,E 1-harp, the instructor, who has spent most of, his time in the of Quebec gave instructlon in. needlework, knitting and house- Q ' 3 betterment of thekdepartment. To the regular course has been hqld tasks to g1'0UPs of 8'll'1s- NOW this same bfaneh Of selenee , I added the COUFSQ 0f5MeChaHiCsL Drawing and UPh01Stery-of Afurni- isltaught in every high school and even in common schools. Are v ture' ' ' they doing it without a purpose ?-. i dThe course is open to seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth year Domestic Science is the art of home-management. It consists ' stu ents. Theseventh year students specialize in making hat- of Several branches all equally important Thy are. cooking ' k,1nh hf A ' 'h .Th . ' ' I gghih 23adZSgpeZ?5?Q2S2:dstiag:,gef.y 'gfiezsaiggggrsgrggiggogfbjectg dressmakmg, Arnillinery, -householdj decoration, home nursery, and Q such as footstpols, magazine vacks,"eXei1fp1ifying..ther.glroove joint. V all arts 3-l'ff1V-sQlgPe9S- deallglg w1th,,Z1Zl16'.!lI0lDB- In OUP OWU School ' During the last half 'of the Qsecdiid seniesterr thefyfyefnployed 'fthe " cooking and sewing are tlieynly branchesyggught. 3 s -l ' ' t' ta ff 7 l ' ,' .f i . 3 i 'ff .. I Cro S ap Jolt! ln, L. and. ,, f , CODkI1'kg'.lI19,Iud6S all that deals with the nutrition of the hu- l The ninth year started their Coursey by 'employing the cross- man body and also includes the study of the chemical composition f lap joint in hall-trees, china racks, porch? Swings, lbw, The Second of food.. In cooking onells taught how to prepare meals-con- . A semester they usegythe blintl7ipo,rtise Zstools, arm sideringthe nutritive cogtwgseaaqnable foods and economic . 4 Chalrs and tea Wa8'Df1s-Zi Simpieiufgeblstery ,V 1 A preparaitioni' The jmractichbli side: isvnse 'neglected as the course I 1 ' 3 ' fA'V' A 'V applies the school activitiesto the homework, and the girls work , E 1 In the tenth ffyear advancedhcabinetifmakingfwas,,p,ta11'ght,,apd,, , out many of the cooking projects' in their -home. V 5 I a greater choiceyof projects allowed. ,gRocking, chairs, "" ,' 1 V t A , , , A . E Q desks, and librarylftables were made duing, thisiperiod ancgiallso' f The aim of the sewing' .classes islto teach good hand sewing, ' advanced upholstery was taught. ' ' V , 6 well finished garments, as well as how to make them. Through this i 3 ' A course the girls are taught how to select materials, know the cor- , I The department made a.Set of lockers for th? girls gymnasium rect amount to buy, and the suitability of color and design. The giszevlfpggliisfsrglosicggglcles of School furniture and Stamed course is made as practicable as possible allowing the making of 2 g ' both necessary garments and articles of finery. 1 ' At ,the Close of the Yealf 'all exhibition Wa-s held if! ifvhiiih 'Dhere are forty-seven high 'school girls, 'not including the l H0slganglisagilcgfsoglgiikdglclnguilgiaiilgogl tg? Sxilsenifpoiyfhg Junior high school girls, taking this course and we know due to f l school gvere sold at this exhibitign. y the interest of the girls some splendid work is being done., , 5 Wilbur Culp, '24 LOUISE Lopp, 24- Q f"N f Tm? ft . .. A if? x,- X A WWW gggg ,WMC ' F , lcrwrll -gv iv , . .Y,A W .,.,. ,,,,,,, v,M,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.M J K .HM 3- -A 28.1, Lia E . 'B , y g S 1 M 4, .. . 4 In 1 'in E' AC B 5 GJIO. dlofmgf -ggjklk xy aabiff' EGM -Seb, QI-uma!-44 9044, kwa G.1.v..9wL.1I UQdZ0,ai.u. gwro-vim QP ,,..v ., A , W., 4 . 2 if rms, fx ----1--0---------4. -W ... ,..., .-. ,,,,,,,,,,, M N .- I . M.. mg- . , . fQi?..'Q:4"'.4e,E '. w E' ef o -33' f A U, 1' 63772, 1, Q3 , D Snrirtg X X '- "Junior Year" lx li ,I .ll , X f M Freshman Year 1- X' l - - ,-,' - Xi' . We as Freshmgr-Qqfig debutxintof Nappanee High chool ' The most popular ofxfhe Junior parties were the pot-luck sup-- society at a skating party. Althougli we collided ygith statio " pers held ate Ve homes of Edna Graham and Eldon Bowser. objects such :as the door the walls we neyextjheless said weak. Q A A If A A f gr, . had a good -A fgfgfffli, xxx E fi fiff V...,. ef? lim Y .Qnce,'mQ .., V eumg g 3' of goblin ang! 1 ,, ,W ,.., .. ,www .,,,,,..,, Q : ........ ,I ..... ,T, ., I , K -1 H I 9 M Vi in . v. 1 'W . 1 t "Weenie g1j 1a.5jfmy,ggQ,3Js3Swve5yaa-A ,lex ith. M nraSt"'yeer. Fi' fi . ga . , , , . . z Q . . , ., 2i,Z:sD3uZ:,, that will bel y 7 ', -ly' , A t w sti uw 2, 5. A EH- . 1 mise We had with "eW i fs- ith i Iii , of R'-f5fleliHq'1f'r-4 I V. , , W A 2 t N- V AV ' X' , Q , CA llf 2J 'MA ei eihhered is the bohlsled ride to the home P1'act'c'n3"9'1dfuchewmgn Weemes- lff' ,,,, R 'M I ' f' 'i mo -fli t,-ni llfe February' An J 6, , ,W AV-,... ,ml , Dwgfwfwwlm 0 1 -., 5 'en e Vining. A,, J' W- lh., - W g Etwggi f ,l A We , . The second. y r was spent in 'havin a QOOQ ime, with, Vunlly V U H , Q l'-MP3 U -' W1 0 I T membel' the Party Save 111 his l'10U01', ing Parties, "W ':f'f03'4'?,,l555y'2l2?'c"'v'ii5f97M " ilw-W "" IQ ?QfW'W'Mf,,, , 9 ' "U " ' W ' "J in W 7Q on Heellw' Nev ' Sv , i i ce " 8t r' :iZf8S 'na g ' tlle'7J'ui1iQr-Senior spenta very pleas H ewHM"3Mh?awf11fg -Ai , U ,.,l is 'gijevgh 'iijf ,r,"'x11sii'+i1fF21:'fssi""i1ieA' gimme Episcopal were sawed and everyone eH10Yed'P1Hy1Hg"'Uf4?? Q nAWcnufaag''ffif11fne"'nan.5ff"H1feiiafwi2sifsgluwfaeuney'and the members Julia Strohm opened up her homelto' heijifclassinbigesx-fiona regular "pot-luck" supper. This was the first of our "pot-luck" suppers and everyone enjoyed the eats. I the.:'schoql,hoard. dining 'room was decorated with the Sen-- " iorcolors and the reception room was elaborately decorated with, the Junior colors of green and gold. A L ' i s ' X693 l'ag'e Forty -four K , Q9 Music was fllrnished by the Bremen orchestra. X' A dainty threefcourse dinner was iserved. Between the -courses toasts were given by the President of the Senior and A Hx The Seniors had a very pleasant time at a "horse-radish" party at the home of Bernard Widmoyer. Several brilliants were obliged to ,weep a few tears before they 'swallowed their sand- Junior classes, and by various members of the faculty and school Wiches' fl .b0ard. Supezjntendentgjgitler acted as toaatmaster, and 'filled , 5 l I y W if M V .V T .. I his positi0ngMnfV.,,cMaW W ?1,4agghing..,,n6v6i.S, f in ,,,h The ,hya entertamedlus very nicely at a party in minute, l IR 5 w , - ' s ' 2 G :1 , 1 ,,,.,,,,,. ' , ,, ' 'VWW t I f IVV' .' , , r . lrgfdecldeqi so a "special Y , M L A I' Ir., if MM W Z I W ,4 ,jk s .-M., -,.,g,, .Et ed us with inusi .""' 'EY-em' nder5'f th if "" i fling 4 "tfi'8nQ,,i??3c guztnfugzii Zvakaruia ienizrii Tteihaccepted ing gamedgl 'l"'i' ' l ,...o f i f Vyyyy ,A n l-f,, 1 'Fla 1, .P n , Flflfer 9 we e a e gym' , fm gww fwf WW, ,,,h 0 M 7 V ogghfm they ,brought baskets well a ea for our my they H .M-fl f A 1 Vffefrfff I A 55 A t e I appanee genre S to a banquet to be held at the Our last ye yr of high school. had V f n too 21311 of ser! X !V'IV Krieg: Vllfyrlriylvl I I M5-B55 roomwmas' cleverly decqrated ness to indg Y ' 2 t o '+ f f ' 'Q' 1 23 - so 1" u 'fr ""'f gfgreen 'goldccofgfsi ofgthe Sgeniiorfiuoif NL H. S. Wakarusa of the Wwe J 12 ai -:a, Wh , r is does heiflihings aafksv new a very pr-mam time. Carol ,K 'Ve m i ',, ,ecfIlllaLQT.., pifffyl ' 5 l 2 'Z L . . fi A Once more we celebrated, inlfthe high We, the Seniors, are now looking forward to more class parties, school gym. The entertainment was the iinique feature of the evening. A ' A ' ' ' as well as the Junior-Senior Reception, Bacculaureate and Com- mencement. 31 ---f - Pa gc Furl y -li iw- X6 pr ' we A - PROGRAM R 1 P Some very excellent nrograms were given from time to time Sayings About Lincoln .......... ......... B renda Haist. by the various classes of ltl1e1NaPPanee gisli Schogl- 'lihe follow- 01 Captain! My Captain! ,,,,,, .,,,,,,, E dna Graham mgfare a few o Kose W IC were exec ent y PQI ered.. A O chestra War Medleys L . ' . V f' ' . X, . Novleyvlfer 11, 'J .. N- ' - h " xianiollflrchestra Assembly of entirewlllappanee schools befonef ,the Wes'5en- ' ' Marchi lghg T.:- V D T ---...-..- --..- .--,..-..........-'..-..--.-- on the Wing trance of thefbmldmg. ffl . ,I rgfh Waltz .'.'..,,1g:o T15 .... ,,.,, ......,....... ,,.l-2.3 .,. ........ .. Reign of Roses all R e e o n e l F182 Sf'1?',.l?2l.y me "sem .V.,.. , J, .2 il B BQ S91 1 " L lx gmt S' ' I f , " ., ., . : . g,,, ,. l 'gm--, '-' z ,uc fail 1 e 1 o oses ' I AA H Muon 'RF' -.J A ii 2 :Z " The Mason E town squargikf 7 xll ,a L J. by A ,Vvr I Wmxlxh RQ' Z I Za, W F 'Q , .1 M. E gi 11' QWMMMWT f gi , W A, 1'T"'fy ,,.. ff X ','A film v xmxw. , ,ff ' tai Spangled Banner l Q AddrQefffLesf We Forget". biz, - , P - gfmoiieyo fm? "" Hi - l ' l the Amarfca1iQW7I4eg!Uh.Z"""TWY7: ee"' ' , Y V .Ml ., ' ' fx z-ggi.. Q51 1 'Ti . f' ' 1 . - ' Q :"w?'W772"f' 'ff " Q "" "" ' ""' Mmnetto ' 5 10 a -M :ll 5 ow V- . ..:,... .... ,.... L .... - .......... .... : . ..T.lQ..E1izabeth Walters l , q . ..,. J .. . .e.. . 57 Mg. ,,.n iD,. b R ,.......,.... 2 .. -l..-...--' E1i2QbetlFE4W0lt91SQ.215d Elizabeth Inks i gfm ,""""' -"H I 1 H 'h , 'J 1 f ' mo .. egg ..... fi ..... .... .... 22:5 ..... Elizabeth Inks Playletjalxgfo 'lfgshi ,iles a- In ' W .... ..... .... .... .... Eiga-.,,,LMr. Cress Bowser, Y, ' .,,.. .A., .-,, : Z gi:-5:11 E , ..Aglt.av7c1,fg-c' :1i4.-..s1.tc.u Q...'ji" ep-:n'4:::v:e:i'..:J-4:ssiCI'L'Ix:1::LzIJTh8il'ig,by Hlelldu , ' , J . hesga in Mn.,.A V,,V fl, .L.,, y I in V, V V: glass Program I I . . . A ' ,lt f:GQi'11e1iiSoIoLA'Perfect Day ................ , ................... Edward Sylvester f Lmcoln Program Debate, "Resolved that the Negro has been more cruelly ' Orchestra V treated by the white man than the Indian. ' l Biography of Illncoln .......... I .... .............. ...... , ............ I da Weaver Affirmative ........ Louise Stuckxnan, Naomi Beck and Paul Heestand Gettygburg Address -----,- ,,,,,,,,, M gbel Heckaman Negative ,,,,.,.,....,....,,, Gurnie Landis, Glenn Yoder and Vida Lehman , s y' f ' 1 ' 4-36 Page Forty-six . ' , , ., i in 1 , , .v .AA. -- M.. -,,. ...-1 Q--V.v-.-M-X--M--M-w---------M7 A A M ,wr rf 'A 'ii S K I I I . 1 I o- 5 Q E 7 h N I 4 4 N 1 ' 4 1 1 dl Q' I w 1 1 l N yu , 'WA A 534 Tian X- f S4 -v W p,,..,f, ,,g,.T.ow 4 . wi . wwf' f Nw r'f'f'W'1Wv'f-FQMWW 1 HIGH SCHOOL ORCHESTRA The High School Orchestra, under the very able management of Mr. Tharpe, has been one of the chief sources for our musical programs. ' f ' " ' G A large number of recruits responded to the call for an or- ,, ,, - chestra atthe beginning of the year It was deemed best to divide HIGH SCHOOL BAND Q Nappanee High School has been very fortunate in owning an orchestra, but she is doubly fortunate in possessing a band. This is the first band' that has ever been organiged. in the interest of school activitie I The welcome with which the students have greeted this opportunitl learn to play music, is shown inthe fact that the number andzmake a Juni, Land Senior Orchlesmi If ,With Mr. , ,,, A -, Rickerts Offer, their' 1. f mented iyqmumbeg, gf? fxboyi inf? Ir a have . i e U 132133551-Mh'HW9aYe succeeded who were becomi fiicieyffq g '. d. ins! ent , l v ave 552, .L X ,kefg i tfyjffedf. H1 the Slilliirvision of Mr. OI'CheStl'3, 2. ,xl ' ' 'A' ""' M ""' : "' - if- I I. . un f a ' ,MM ,I v I heya' I. x n glgvff f- 500 .my band to arf-ine I essary for a gba st - 8. i - '-if Li s: ' t ' pemqval, as he f In the ifstiknf 3 H MM ! 0 ies - gf'l3,f, - fefi -HQ dfi'5.iQ1 1 'f i 1924. -.,'m...,.a..u ,.,. band was then I , taiflments fvrxsivtg laefary programs 0 'S 'E l i '- 3 , Mig inih e l - 0- ther, Mr. Dillman Rickert, who took l also fufniSheQfH12f f ?" he why Schfill- e if '." M f - . ,,+, . .. 5, e ,y ... ,W 5 l y I The Sf-fniofw 1 t 'fre Z ' ffiiif fe ifffw M, . ii? H it ' ' ' mus'iciansfKathd'ifne ' ' 'vrf I Qha 1' 1 : ny. if ,, I , 3 5 , , short time afterviiaid' 4 "1 -' Q : -wer co EQ: il 579 V fc- ff - - - N i -if i fihlgh School With - I ' S Following stra: ....,,.. 72.1, ,Q if ,MW ,,,, WLM ' " 5 prggrvgmgn Part 111 the i - eeeeeis esie eseei eese uaa e 1 el he i he ' Second Vlolm .... ,1.fg.g.. ..... jg .... Lmza lt 2 naff o d Z . , Q U y ,I " A .J, S J ,fgi V 'Cello ,,.....' ........., g .,.. 2 Liu, .::fxj:ZS::.::gf.3:-rarg:f:grii?5f?L....psgf'1. 8 ',v'-' ' .f 'A ft, ' n ' 'lm , Fifst C01'net --1 ----'---- , ,..... A... "QT 1 . '.', f'::":i:':f'f,1:'.:'4'fJ'f.:i:.tf'f1:':f::'lQ:gQ..pfi'1" ".. 1.A"iIif1.i'I "". 31i.ff.'.1g" ' ' H X , SeCOYld Cflrnell -------- --------- J .f Q L' The evening cgncgrts, by aid, I Flutes .........,.................................,......,.......... Slfeleii3'Pfi4ieg-4"MyTt16'g'RQQSE ' ,f " I -' : A Clarinet ............. ........ V ictor calbeck, Edgar Miner, George Pepple -mg the regular band V i Horn ......,..,......... ............................................... .... ...... L Roy Wiaver ' , 222212219 ...-'- --'-.-A,..,--..'-'---- .-.-. 'pa?5veHeEsti13 Wlth such a bright future the Hlgh School Band should soon Pianists ,,,.., ,,,..,,, M abel Heckaman, Brenda Haist become an important factor of the city's activities. ' f- I N l 'Q L ' 3 - -K3 U l'zlge Forty-eight P 1 F 1 v s N A L 1 1 1 X K 1 I vu Q I o if -W + -. -gg 0 Q f L-13 xii Q9 V X W 1 I J X ATHLETICS A x N ' 5 4 V : AD! , my 4. ww. .umm 3 l W I ln 5 1 ,ff- 11 A f'3"'-T 'QE' - L l C Egg ar. gifs if fm ti, E .....,y,..,. 5 x- 1, 41 JESSE BEST Jesse was backguard for the squad. He always held down his man and could bring the ball down the floor at Will. He be- came one of our most consistent players because he would smash tliru the opponents' defense. WINFRED PIPPEN "Pippen," our captain, is recognized as one of the best players in this section of the state. He was the main stand-by of the team, always being at his post.. His in- jury at the close of the season darkened our chances at the tournament. Lost by graduation. X VELOURES LOPI' ' "Dutch" heldmthe position of foreguarfl and this speedy man was always found where the ball happened to be. One more player lost tltru graduation. cl ..-K f' 2 if 1 i ,L il ll -5- A A 'Her , X , , gsm, ,,-, H , -Ka 1 l l 1 1 I' ' ' ' T AN i WIIIIQV f i' ff X 1 ,XL ,,,-,two V 7 WWW , ,IS W I 3? Jr l I lx ll I l Q . J , l E l 1 I , I 4 r 5 , ll k I 2 , u U ' l 5 PAUL ROSBRUGH ELDON BOWSER GEORGE BURBACH l l This port-sider kept the score keepers "Bowser" was N. H. S. sub back guard "Pete" held the position of fore and E busy. He is one of the best players in for the team. His main stunt was to llreak backguafd- T0 break down U39 OPPQSIUE 1 I this section, having won a place on the down the opposing team's passes by walk- Peams passes was .One of Petes Qutsmnd' 2 l .1 ,, .4 , , , , , mg features, and his smash was disastrous , Q all star team. Rosbrugh graduates thls mg up to the ceiling if necessary. Thls to his Opponents. He also will graduate l l 'Zi year. husky guy will be lost by graduation. this spring. a e e W C "M", we if Q fi ff l ,'l 'jgu,wp-'MWF-rw-,F--A-hm,-, ,,,,Mi,A,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,., fd if .....,.-. Wg. Paul- Fifty .fix 4- -1 , "- 1 1 i x s n 4 X 1, - r gig y ff A 1 gf s"N"'f XY Y TN n 2 3 1 ? l ' 5 1 E 3 K 3 5 E f l l STANLEY LEHMAN WARD TOBIAS Y Y 3 E I EDWARD SYLVESTER f f "Lehman" was sub for Ward Tobias. He "Sin played on the varsity after the first U , U . F had an eye for the basket at all angles and semester, He was always there with the Efidlel was Sub CenFcr'V He handled tm? saved old Nappanee from defeat many a fight and had a good eye for the basket at posmfm IP 3' Yew efTiff1ffm mamle' and was 1 time. He was ready at any moment to any angle of the floor. To drop the pill effectlvg m hls Illaymg' Hewwlu H0 doflbt 5 , step in and do his bit. Lost by gradu- in at the most difiicult time was always be Varsity Centel for N' H' 5' next yew' "" ation. ' his program. ' A rt 4 P . A f: ' ff-Y- 'f J ' ' an ' i - 1 V - .. -- mf a 1,822.5 X " ' I... -1, ..f!,.:,. ,,J,, fr - wi . , ., .K .i ff TC Ti'111.QQQQfQfQQfQ1fQQgQQQQf1IfQ.f.lQQQQQQ.Q--.Q-, Qs.. fi ,-..-,,Qj"1'Qf'i""i jlQf.1fQQff.1.-e...fIQfQf7 4 X -q gf 'K v .X , 5,- z 'N l 2 ...X l l 1 Z E P l ' s Q i i . EDGAR MILLER 0. .I. YODER. Coach BECK AND XVEHER Here's for the mascot oi the Blue and To our coach goes a great deal of Credit Three cheers for our yell leaders! They Whites! This little fellow always ap- for the success of this yea1"s team. His helped put the pep into the boys by leading' peared first on the Hoo-r and we knew the interest and co-operation with the team the rousing cheers at every game. '1'hey're boys were coming when we saw him. He's will long' be remembered by the basket fine lookers, as you see, and are full of pep I the littlest fellow in N. H. S., so take a hall boys. :ind vim. ,, rf' . good look at him. A L V Q -'A 1 . .. ...An -- - ff - -1-W - 1 1-7 ', --ov' . 1 1 f-fn f- --f fn --...,... .., is L---..-- M f i all' . MM- ee. A mx ...Q-........ K D2 135 C92 BASKETBALL NOTES The Basket Ball season opened with the absence of many of the old players but with plenty of material to pick from. - is N The organizing of a,.team wasplstafted afteY"'a few workouts and resultedivin the picking of the following men . A g lg, ! ' 4- ,,yy , y , l We M ,Z gg? . X ' ' '2 : , ' Z -pa, A, After Christmas, Ward Tobias was again eligible. With Tobias back the team was changed again by putting Lopp back as foreguard and Tobias at a forward position. With this lineup Nappanee had more men dusting the draperies. xxxhhq' '-... The toprnament closed the Basket Ball season and we thank thie fans fand studentsefor their support. Paul' Rggbrughy ,,n. ,ight M .,,, ii,i ZW ,ih,n,,,,t, . ,,,,,.,n ,,.,nn 1,1119 aaf lfsgngnary of the games . I w mf- 'M 'wwf W I, ..,' 7 ,,i,, Z . l ,,, ,W Zffwfww iwmmnr ,ff as No. ,f vw 1 , , H , -I Veloures , 1 sea . w ,Ha, j yvp, if V Wm ,Fel ceQteg?,,:12?,',f ,, , .,,, iff! ,, ,, f d O t b N 4, . J. 1 ,, u lla L V 1 . e . a ane won George Burbachnforezuard. ,,,,, W y,in - 1 399393 f -C 9 fr pp e 1 1 Vy,y yvygherjirst gamefm a fa , ,hovertignefagameg score, 22 to 21. Jesse I f ffxgg ,,' I .37 716,21 4 . ff 4 YW T N 5 f' fl ' ' ' ' ' ' Seconds were: Le man, Sylve er, silt, Naylorm f f M1 y ,,,i A, n,., aa,aa ,. ,M,,WW,,.,,: ima ,,,Wi ,,,,,,g of V1f-1'af' -t at at laae Zakron at Nappanee., October, 29. Nappanee found ltenberger' A zgtyall he fiveg We defeated them - ff it r ff if fe ig.. W gf 4' itch, ituneibf 5'fto3f7. 1 1 . 'f Up until the middle of the season Nagipaneeewasigol ing at full tilt and with the bestbof success, having de- feated Elkhart, Goshen, Mishawaka, Atwood' and Syra- cuse. Soon afterward Nappanee fell in a slump and seem- ingly could not get out ot it. One great cause was the V Leesburg at Nappanee. November 11. Beat 'em 21 to 11. This game was very fast though. Nappanee at LaPorte. November 18. Nappanee crawled out underneath with 24 counters, opponents with 36. First half was closer, score being 19 to 16 in favor of K , f. , Q sickness of many of the varsity men. the Winners. T K E-5 Well, we saw the ball once in a while anyway. Milford at Nappanee. November 23. Subs had first crack at Milford lads and final gong' showed 52 buckets for Nap and 27 for Milford. Syracuse lat Nappanee. November 24. In a fast game Nappanee put the Lake team on thesheli by score ofzato 17. 5 y ik 1 Nappanee at Syracuse. December 30. Boat struck bottom and couldn't loose and in the meantime Druck- miller and co-operators won the race by a score of 29 to 11. Nappanee at Mishawaka. January 6. Played the Qs part of the game and at no time was Nappanee in fea of being defeated. Sqxure 26 to 14. W X-, N 'X "a- Q I, x, ber.o25-4. 1 . f 1 game was.tn.g4thira1l.ig5gigg.mX.yQ Y5iii4ffii2ii52f'es.ii.k undaf , yyNaP9wFy at ,Bramelv a,JaHvarY,10- Bremen, the N. H. Sx l.. ,,.,,,,l .6 6... .,,, -..?gg..4Z ...city was defeated to . M . NQUDQWQ 9Qf 5!.9.13 ,.D,aQ2m s'at..be2fi'r -f .iif . . h' A AV H 'f" 21- We UWC? at t ls b QM 2 Q fini 1 iiyffilfweziffxzappanee at Roches- if A . ii f,f SCQIQ33? "Fi, !'4,Wi?h.,Na9.0n theleav Side- Brisrqlih ap "'i if ..f, Q " y BriSt0li1v11I1 fningiesgng me his 1 1215364 Z ..,.. f if aaaea if , . hole by score of 30150 1O,"' -'f' fi .'-.. Y Z., 2 ' ,f" xi f, 1 Mishawaka at Nappanee.YJanuary M27. After hold- Nappanee at Goshen. December 9. Who won? We ' A did! What's the score? 18 to 17. Pretty close shave! Huntington at Nappanee. December 23. 35 to 21. f 3 -Q ing the lid on the first half and in the lead the last few minutesthe' rubber makers stretched themselves for a few final goals which gave them the game by 17 to 13. Nappanee at Milford. February 1. Score 31 to 21. Milford boys almost beat us, but Nappanee decided to show them how it was done and ran away with them. Page Fifty -nine ,,. .f mu., ,mm yt. N Q ..-Q N appanee at Bourbon. February 5. Nappanee won, score being 19. to 9. A This game was not as hard to win as was expected. . W 4 ' l x ' Bremen at appanee., February,10IkiBren1en came to this city with f expectationgof-beating us. Howeyedr 9 . After playing the curtain raiser Nappanee withdrew from the scene in haste as will be remembered by the 1 team. ' ' ' The total number of points won by the opponents 2 which Nappanee played were 414. I X . - Xifhe total number of points won by Nappanee over' her oppon 12 of the season 'Were 585, showing that Napf I ' they lost by a score 0532 to 16Q Q I Q W rf, P31169 didl . W0l'wk ill hefxplayillg- I M. i .... i- . .E HV il: Arxx f.,,., J T 5 A 'TNR ., iql 1 f' -.,,.,. t i x : U for ie- Goshe? .lwl i lif .Qu 1 , H ,v . . z ffGlames Average I by 3 SCQKESEQQQ9. to 15- Gflshell , t K ' Y V I ' 0 Q Throws Points .Plhyed Per Game ' f . ,... .Qf. . 5 QQ 4,4 ii--2--23------10,5 V WWC' il? 1 in 5 ,, .vll I .1 - I - e Q, 4 W H W ,Q--2--21----,-- 9,7 "WW -9 ' in 49- ' 41 F t i r iii ' "" ' so the segqyis a re jnt fi nt .,.. ' ii , 'ffl 12 E 5.5 were beaten!-. U ,,,.,. ".: '94-----lf 24 Nappanee at North Manchester. February 25. Nap- panee beat North Manchester in a very fast game by f'!j?'SylVEBte1' r-'..4,-. '1,L-45..- 1g--Lgf27------ 9------. 3. Zickety boom, rah! rah! A Zickety boom, rah! rah! Who rah? Who rah? Nappanee rah! rah! f score of 29 to 19. This game was a curtain raiser for the Yea, Nappanee ! Yea, Nappanee l college game as DePauw played there. Yea ! Yea ! Yea ! T. Page Sixty - - - - - 1 r Q i - THE TOURNAMENT The Sectional Tournament held at South Bend had been looked forward to by the players and fans of Nap- panee as the big event of the season. Had it not been for the injuries and sickness ,of two of the yarsityxplayers, Nappanee probably would haventaken the tournament for the finals. Mishawaka and Goshen respectively elimi- nated these teams. X Goshen sprang the surprise of the season in winning , thessectional champignship by defeating Mishawaka in' the finalskgv -score 6 to a22.X"'Goshen won the Tournament s ' 2 1 'for the first time. ,f 1, ' I V when she 5 IJaPqrte in thiiffastest game seen at the I "M "" 'W-...Ji frffrff' ff fffrllr 1 fa fhvlflf if 1" f"'n' 'tG0plfA6n""d6Teated Union Mills . - ,,,,, 1fl.l.4,...........f we f 2 Q y ,y., .. l,y.,,,.,, 5 ii ,,,- my fl vw foal A in-at - 3 V? ,,,h gy . ball during Nappaneeiiolii ., .. ft 1-Ire garg1e,33gh ppffl1Ma e t ug l ,Hj 312ZQg4HFnS3z y.., Effiifafj , y.,..,y,l . 'lflgyelwgllgwfilfgyfnent?cndgd,,Nappanee,'s season in basket- being 12 U? 14 u,t Ze I a Zappanee was repre- and the sfior ' .' v on of "9 its fc? i ff i'f h5fZ01'i5""ffiaH, aiiili 5S5fHQPi1it't"Rosbrugh deserved fx . .. . f .,.,,y . ,.,l ,,ly, . .y,y ,,,,, , f 1 . 4 . M called on ..g-- -- f . - -: sv -' gyegngmtfff 4. L 561' Nappanee outfit, ing thesooife ll ti 15 as ns...N4p9a2se iw ,sefiamny by-hs eye for to finish the gamewaui-ing whichtime - mr-dropped in i t e baskeffv- V K p r - ' a basket which won for them. S Nappanee hadlinnumer-4 able chances at the basket, but it seemed as though a jinx was guarding the hoop of the Nappanee basket. All dope was upset at the Tournament this year as Michigan City and LaPorte had been predicted as teams The game played at the Tournament was the last game on the High School Varsity, and the following men will be lost through graduation: Paul Rosbrugh, Ve- loures Lopp, Stanley Lehman, George Burbach, Winfred Pippen, Willard Naylor, Wilbur Naylor and Eldon Bowser. -WINFREDV PIPPEN I X. A zliilwg u .XG Page Sixty-one .f X QEIIIQ9 .. ... - QD Q99 GAMES WON BY PLUCK J The basket-ball season opened with bright prospects for a winning team. Enthusiasm for a good team never ran higher in the blood of the prospective players than it did at this time. The initial erwere finally selected and drhgzd hard Goshen. Meanwhile, the team had won eight games. The "five" were now in splendid condition and were play- ing systematically. They were ready to meet their old rival on .the iioor and give them a "once over." For eigh- teen consecutive games the Nappanee teams had won frbmd-tGoshen and always by a close' score. Goshen was by the DSW C020 YO'-'1Q!,f' X ' ' -. r X-A 'prep edgto meet herNopponent with the strongest team ' i ' -Wf' ' 1 " . h h 1 t ern . 4 After weeks of training the ,evening of Xthe first gffe S e ad QV 1 fred Qg ery drew near.. gThe gym Jium wasmwfilled viii' -"gbasket-ballffihx V.. giflzl fans and Illia? --f' a-Q - V3 ,, , -Q 511. -. l . -. w -' students of yells. The locf pppppp 2 verus .ntot F52 gory, V 5d5f,, i1yaeti0nl ln... 2 he'-Q,sch0 r1 iii. , jf. . . ggqmpanied their Also the f f g . , .5 V, 5-'?"Q'. 3 ndreld and fifty. , . Aff., . Z tx 55-ggfeg . 5 Q ?.,.l,i, f H 727 V fu: 3 . DU1'1DE.thei,,., .., H41-.'-H . , lfwfzmif 3... 1 ff, f My We diSD1ay6dI F!'3iI1ing by harfd, jfflrie I 2. e game both teams tore into the score at tlie'rc1ose...of Q yi tf' .git ki. -- V r - ii ,A ffheiiirst half was fo Win the as - At the.Q19se.i.,e. 919.8 9991 1 a -as en -to pla y the .,,, 2 ...15110 -awir.f v0r. Goshen by score once ' :A - ov- y. '1 9- 1' UU -. 1 K' T : i g t n,,agsygvictory-but was called-Q t lggca p: f : T s 1' i- I! in the-Nappanee talk OH hi'S7'!lJal' , i Ku I A . : of- E N fl A':' n d in Q This them'dete1'mined't0'! 5355311"33!j?'!E?SEPEEf:f!!V , ...,f .,,,,' 'the'+B--T and--a-White!placed-:thee slcofeaaf 16-a tie. Finallyithe gun cracked, and the.scorestopdyatiaftieTFiveW in minutesovertime playing were necessaifyfvftofldeeidethe fate of the game. ' T ' - Both teams now strained every musclein order to' win. Nappanee caged a basket, then a foul. The game was over! The Blue and Whites had won their first game! The next game to be won over a tie score was with -The five -minutes overtime playing' witnessed perhaps fthe! hardest 'struggle' that ever took placebetween two high school teams. Suddenly N. H. S. scored a basket. The game was over! Nappanee had won! But only by the combined efforts of the boys and the rooters who backed them to the limit. -PAUL ROSBRUGH. K N 'Q f mrxg - l ix Page Sixty-1 wo O Q i I n Wilma Hare, forward. Q95 " C X GIRL'S BASKET BALL NOTES J With the remnants of last year's team and some energetic "new blood" the girls started into basket-ball with high spiri.ts. Mr. Tharp was chosen as coach, Miss Treva Hamlin, guard. Mabel Heckaman, guard. Lucile Pinkerton, Reba Brumbaugh and Georgina Gentzhorn, manager, and Wilma Hare captain of the Mackie, subs. ' Squad- A On January 11 New Paris played here and was de- The first game of the Seasomvwas Schgduled with feated. On gatruary 9, l3remen was played on their own Bourbon on the local iloorggior Noxgember .11-Y ",' Some hardmfw floor' At B2 mfg girl? sllofv ithelrpgst team Work practicing wi.fgggfw1t2ega5g.I e r ag ijefflighassvqaq ,fM4fe"'122?1terS- It was their first ga? W M- - - - .1 f Q ff , in mind thekliofi ' ' ' -' v e gfaviv g Zimax as well as and wereip ...U ,pw ,'- " " a2,, uqi.. l gl tj in Gvry v fz su 1.15 1 3 , A e rs 0 was Hard.luckPWavsii ear share in if " E ff" tuhi m e -' :gg .i p Qj AV b gary 3. Although not dlsmayeaf - V ij - 5. .,,,..,..:....a.Z - W , i ll 4?-fin I - if " flocal team suc- ff? A Q- . ,r'V ' ' 4, M 'i .2i,' .,,,Q,.f,g.. ' The nextg e was wi sto """':1l V" flop ' A ' ' We ' ' Flat they had a' fnecember 3 ii ,,., n H., A, ,y.. . ., ,.,..4.r., r,,.. , , ogpgqjldnt Allil t fthe.secondg.ti.meELmErom Bremen - 1 games The thfdi Pl i fi - Q. s,,,. 15 Yet' S9 a,,,. 3153, me girls spite of a hafd Hzhiilwf5i1f1'iifi"1I6'S'i?f6?'3i2ZiS, y , M ??l0Sed' .S'?aSQH-- II!!b9?1ii,1Q?5S!?X??-like dexterity and A s ' 1 fl ,',- .i-' .p , 'team work ofthe centers' and forward were marked. Mr. Tharp saw fit to changethe teameseafterwuthis 4 ' game. The lineup was as follows for the remainder of the season: A Several games were played during the season with. the G. A. A. to keep the high school girls in practice. Two members of the squad, Mabel Heckaman and I Hilda Mccuen, forward. Georgina Mackie will be lost by graduation. Lucille Callender, center. With the other members of the squad left, Mr. Tharp E, Deltha Metzler, running center. has high hopes for a winning team next year. A X A l Q 3 Qs Q31 XQ Page Sixty -four if f' ' ...sq 7 G ' "" ""' g - lf LW, Q C82 BASE BALL NOTES At about the first part of March a call was made for Base Ball Men and the call resulted in the form of about a hundred re- cruits. This amount melted down to enough men for two teams. The call was issued under orders of coach O. J. Yoder. Practice, was btarted immediately in' the ,gymnasium until the weather permitted outside jvork. - ' I Fr' M x gr' f While this had been going on a Base Ball League of this Dis, Our first game came around before it was possible to place a foot in the diamond without leaving your shoe size several inches below the original surface. However, this was no objection and Nappanee first crossed bats with Middlebury 3 this seemingly is the Proper term as Nappanee Men swung their bats with no re- sug. While Middlebury did no better they succeeded in gaining five ru on errors. X I This put the score at 5 to 0 in favor of Middlebury. This game having been 'Nappaneds first on a diamond and the . , , A A second game V1 612 Middlebury was not so bad for a start but- trict had been formed by a meeting of'1-epresentativesf of each town m .X T . gy g 1 ,I of the districtfyvhich was!,11f Ld.f.t Goshen. g x X ' fl !,,f..F in lg Herejs Nappa 5 e d-ug " startedfdoing things up by jig ! ,... ....,. g- 3 5.3 ,. ,, .,,,,,,,!I, ,lg Q, ,Q 3 g ina, f. I 1 Bacon although It The foll Wcities. Jfllclfldv p .QA 193g1!Q-if SPPIIHQQ i 'as layed' in l f ' findfsto rain an b ow. Iniihis game Culp run Goshen, ' A - , , - - H ':' A " ' " ' ' ' .A 07,5 ug " 0 x-wma: 1l'A7 '9 :l?flf Naylor Was the League 1201 1 Q 6? .lil . ill :hd 'A' '1 ' fe 2 E a-use 'Q, '1 1tw,9-Mt ' . ' i when he caught the games wins' e' ' : 1 ' X KX :af ,A 5 ,f f 1 atj - ,ag I V , g - 1 if so e .gg sim , ze . - , l ., if a a wr W. The eg. 2 ' ,- l g in the rag being gf-'theigfqea' fp --5 5 I 3 t gictim falling at theuhands of Nappanee was organize ,HL . E V ,- Ig lv H -ldi ... io1ihNapkpagele. Bei' J5.' if' Ig: .,.....,... ,, - .M V ,-5,5 - .ree 1 imse fC8.pt.j - ulk. ,N-4 ',,, ,,,4 . 1' W ll tg i Q Hg M: - :K V W 't the game, Weber Holderman a siup o s. '1 P 6 912 w ks 0 52' ' 6 P1 1 'il t 5 i"" K 1 first class pos gloria : ed .,,. Le ...a1so...f f' ' ' l," V 'VV' ' 7 - ' f -32 'i be good men i-1 is D 0 .f1n . ln ' ' l' U - si "l l i 5 el ,'S 'f ands W pals Goshen. short stop an gm - gnu W :L M lTo -.p h ig!" VMI 1 , - b an W fiiliuts miflffnl-.9Sc0mPanl' fil'St, S9C0Yf5'3 I .. .L 'fi' , il l 5' .1 - ...'., 9 .fa .P .?lk9., .99 Q, .,,.... lf -.---l ii third Until' '119'ii!19f5i5iY?35f'fiiQUfNl4'5'5if'if?f.,-.4533 5ri:?X5?iL.' Y"5551'?5" Ster f5s?iiiEg,Q.Ll'fQfQ1fjg.i,L,i.L, ...s.. ii.. - "'- 'V A :-Q. " Yoder also was put- 'oijf was'fastfall'3theI3'avay through and uit looked bad for was again put on third. ' ' - . - T" ' "-Nappailee till the-'lastitime-Aat1batL'' The score was 7 to 11 in favor Out on the green was Bernard Widmoyer in left field, Velours Lopp in center and Lyle Wilt in right, Wilbur Naylor and Lester Yoder serving in the outer field at times. After the first. few games it was found that this line-up worked in first class shape. Nappanee had a good battery in Rosbrugh and Weber and substitutes who were ready to enter the game at any time. of ,Goshen when'Nappanee came up for her last chance at bat. Ad- vantage was taken of this opportunity and Nappanee started batting the Goshen pitcher, Whittle, all over the place, getting in all a total of 13 hits. Rosbrugh brought in a run and with men enough on bases to make a winning score. Holderman came to bat and knocked the pill over third which brought in the winning runs, making the score 12 to 11, favor of Nappanee. Weber caught ex- 'CQ Q b c.-. -.1 :-1 Page Sixty-five g X YL------.0-----..-.,.--.--..-..-....x.......-...-..2:114.L4..g,gX1 Q ff ' ' T lg? . A E EQ 5 Qi fri. ""-lc K.-,irq --, -4 .if ,, T i iff Q 'P 1'- f IQ 1 52.1 1 "9'k.1-:- ww, L 4 W f-21-fa A A N X ' -I 3 'VVA ' A g Al . J v L iv . A ,X . W' l , i W g , , 4. N I 1 is .E M : if .. X-X5Q,A.j,,,,,Sx5x'flM1 9o-u-.AeL.-- 'A i f 5 + ,, I I if P A , :.,.-, 3 , ,V Q ow "Sm: Q" N fX . q 0S"""" xx-sn TWKNS fi .G L A l M7 0 . - A A iN so " BASE BALLNOTES CContinuedJ ceptionally good ball in this game and practically every member of the team was favlqred with a. hit.. or two. This.inadeNNappanee's third straight view? . X x The team next v0ent...t6"lligonier where a slugging feastxwas O enjoyed by all. Nappanee beat by a score of 15 to 51. Undoubtedly the games played to date. The schedule of the unplayed games will be found elsewhere. In winning the Ligonier game Nappanee won heQourth straight victoiy. There are still four games to be play- ed, Bremen, LaGrange,' igonigr and Goshen. Nabpanee undoubt- edly will and cqn take, the Sectional Honors when she will meet x f . the score could have been fc ade muchnhigher ifyNp.ppanee wogl. ' linux Goshen 5?-A May 19- have decidedil. , edx x . t E f Vit, " 3 - . ll - , . I L ii A 2 W '-' ' . . " ' A - 1' Hnslgnafz 1 oyalty ogthe students is ap- 1 and was Hr Q '- :fd f 119- .Bi 1tsbe,.f09si bel- .5 1 'eas v . . ....... . .. doing its best to 5 This .. : ,q ij ez, ,Q s Qin ,, ang 2 i. , .v . ... . 1 1 i if x V- ii "' f - ii :T fp- f - ' Q5 3 1 .- 'A 1 i . .. ... ai . l,,,, ... fi -1 M-W - 1 XX if . g ...N ,fi .lj 1 ,J .R . , BA SCI-IEDULEZQOR PR 0 ?4.,M,,f5" IINDIV ri , . . f , SQPER GAME f if i 'vi 2 - 42 ll .se 2 he 2 i i - . ef - Wg' 1......... 1. Midalebu' 3 v r ,,... ....,. .... fs ... L ,,. a A .f M. l ZH ..:. . -.. .-. g R HABR Btnpct 2. Middleb . appanee ..............,.... ........... ppanee, I H , y ' . I 1 0 2 3 1 0 4 1 2 1A 3 5 2 .411 3. Goshen u,,nm-.,u.- """"'A 1' "" " , ., . 'A H 'H -- H" :1 ' M VVAA4 v -,J ....,:... 5 ' - , H ' 'A I 4. Middle-,bu 'v . .... . f .... . - W of in "Q ' 'A If J' ' . ' s. 3 5 2 '500 5, 1:1 1 Il 'VAT ,,,,, ..... ' ..... 'Q 1 ' A S N' gl? E I 1 5 fiffpiizjo 6. ,. VA wg" Q, M-jgrfrjfsf, A5 ,,.', I 2 ' ', ,,f-- 1.1 L . 1 L of --W-:H - -' 01 1' 2 3'2 Z' E9sheP'W- L- ,asking y 3 ...,'..... 3 2.0 .,,,...,, . 11 1. . .1 4,11 2 4 0 -0'0 0 .363 - lgfmlel' VS- i V Fm, .575 ...YT if-:""' 01320 V2 4 1 2 1 9. Goshen vs. Middlebury ...... " '-,:...:.9Middlebix1'y,','Ma-yf 12 A Pisgen .- . V0 3' 0 '1'4 1 0 Z 1 Z 3 Z 3 3 2 .315 10. Bremen vs. Nappanee .................. ........ A S.: .1..1.Nappanec',"Mhy 9' . ' ' " ' K 5 1 '315 11. Legrange vs. Nappanee ........ ..I ...... Nappanee, May 12 CIQIP 0 2 0 2 4 2 2 4 2 1 4 1 1 5 2 -200 12. Ligonier vs. Nappanee .......... ......... N appanee, May 25 Wldm0y61' 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 .000 X l. Q! 1 X AKQIEQ' 1 ' Page Sixty-seven 1 E zgfx , . Junotlv-Ou imfflif. hnk-lv w Y O tQL. 41 X i V L ,,-.,, .1,. ,, i.,g.n- g uffE2Q5f 5 N X AL Y. X35 --QQ I "ALL OF A SUDDEN PEGGY" Act. I Act. Ill The play opens at Hawkhurst, Lord Crackenthorpe's country The thildi set is again at Hawkhurst. Peggy returns and tells house in England.. Mrs. O'Mara and her daughter, Peggy, are his h r mother about the real situation between her and Jimmy. They guests. They are Nhlelping himf write a book on "Trap- 603 Spid- decide' that she mint marry Jimmy. She finds that she is really in ers." Lady Crackenthorpewfears that -M'rs. 0'Mara is trying to love with him: She is askeda many questions by the rest of the marry Peggy to Anthony, Lord Crackenthorpe, and so she decides family, whi sho-has a hard time llf8ll'Yll'. A In her absence An- to have her younger son, Jimmy, attract Peggy'sg,afttention from, thony has pl opisediiowkrs. 0'Marw,WPiich enrages Lady Cracken- l Anthony. He? I-ees after? A H e. hesita 'on, but on fgettifng acquaint'-fig, ihorpeveryimii h when , he hears. ti Jjgnmjf.. turns and Peggy ed with P y ..... F. Q PM M I' her make such a. Peggy, While , me SP! , 101' Antw yl' fallsi'int0faft1'0ut stream i Qysafrifice lend , ,,S,l!P 84. s.m.1i..S.s.i..,. 'tesrawle r to the Post, ex-- and stgpiia. V -imp n vnsgv 1. 13 1: A, 3 .9.1. may V5,,y gy:s,:l1 , V im -. .' 1 1 L n paper, Jimmy very muc Qs ock atff l gm 1' o f it? v ii Q asks V T 2 sl1Qwsfhe ' ?s ial" ice fu- .islie tears it in two. I hfr in H 15.24913 ei P is 1 1 may y lfgfzgyd illl g M .A well-" P ot' . M ' ' -' 3 it X X ... y J. . .,.. , f ,, , .4 .,,., ,, ,vlf ,I A itmiyim Irli -ymixhkxiyif, ,J ,Arr ony..xL61-21 entliorpe ........ ....,.. . .... .....Pa.ul Rosbrugh 'Q pw , be ' 1 igbffm W "N' ' 'W' 'c"l A .Y ..... ,. .... . 'Q...f.'i ..l...1...Wi'rrfred Pippen The secdnd' ,V .f ,p , ," WL : ps ....... ..............EIdon Bowser goes there, 'ti -A--M fl---fi-A W - ho e -ff t.2 " P: f c : .....,.... . .fr:t.i'ffL .......... ...Q1'1'I...,.Q...Stan1ey Lehman gif! Sgegllglmi t, .1!e Xff31fiE!1ine,,.Jix!2!31 return' Beffzfe egmgme er Cfootnian at widmoyer f' 'lvl :," aa... V- Q. - z ' L, L m, v ,,,V , 5, , M"W'W"'i W" "" " - , f fm , J people at H? k rst ink -f lt at g y v ffgl y , e.,H""2 if , ffula 3l?5Jl , Vyzv s?5t.l.Z..., .... .g2...??....x. .... .Wilbur Naylor that she '-- -l dill, .4 s j pt r t - ' W Q ----- :rg ----- ------ 253,37 ----- ---- 5MQ?lb8lg eckamall marry Ant ony, af - - , 1 : -.g. ..fy 1 .A 'my-5, 4 w s 1 5 L. ceri me me 1,1 ...... .1.... J"'.l..'.JIfQ:l..'fZl.J...i ......... Ju 18 Stroll!!! and Cvnsfafubfffis'-thefh lEfErQ?e .,.. ' '...thQ1'Y2S.,...- 2i:5M: . C A'-l . .'....4 ' ..... 4 .........., - .......Ed G' h and Major Phippsfoaat:.fu1'fufE'na'erf"TPT6iEy.ffezrsj-thanfmi'eis'he'4 OYMM " Q11 had not married Jimmy and that the announcement inhthernews-' pq '. .- . """ A paper was a mistake. Just preceeding this 'announceirierm' Mrs. Colquhoun, a woman living in a flat below, sees Peggy in Jimmy's flat during the night. Now Lady Crackenthorpe wants Peggy to marry Jimmy. The Major tells of his part in the plot to get rid of Peggy, and they finally decide to leave matters as they are. QQ - KD Q gs Peggy " ..................,...............,..........................,.. ,,,,., B renda Haist Act. I "The Suddenness. of Peggy." . Act II. "The Suddenness of Consequences." Act. III.- "The Consequences of Suddenness." Page Sixty-nlne it -SQ ',.....................,....,V-., - .. N Q V 1 ,,. .W -gnu . ,. - W. , , 1 X . KWX, x mg 5 ' x ,X W 1I QF wt. v D V -xmlx-W , -V 7 N1 1 1 . N "E..uM1u, mmm" CLLXLA-1vCc9J' ' s 1 4 B i xl 'Q i i 1 l E A Y W 2 use ., .2 Sm I K' 'Q NA WNMM 04 mM.0'vm-o V' X 'afllnfb-6--Qallalu YW '59, w' . ' 2 D.. If L. ei? 5 Www MJ. " m1..,3M.Jf7..vE.5M+ J 918 QM!- Q we HPV. 2A.Q9.QM-R1Mwwm " M AWK A, x , WN ,Mwnw, VM ,,q Mm , Jinx X. ii CLASS WILL I, Ralph, bequeath my position as fioor sweeper to We, the worldly-wise, sophisticated Seniors of the Class of '22, being of sound mind and mindful of the une Robert H. certainties of life do hereby publish our last Will and , I, George, will my business ability to Lowell B.. Testament. To-wit: u , , , I , K P p I, Iola, bequeath to Hilda QM. my poise and dignity. I, StanleyQ bequeath my ability to "'get along" to ' Gumie L. ox J-. NW , as y Xl I, John, bequeath to Letha'M. my knowledge of I, Wilbur, bequeath my Position as referee ofxthei French' Q E :, L in L I Junior basket-ball t9?il:lL,i0 Glen? Y. X, , ' 1 I, Geri 2:if1a,,Wl!1g', Y Publicfspeakingability to Ray F. , ' , ' 1 M ffp.4,5,l,.,,.-'..., ' 3.4 , l ,,.., ,,..,.r,..-,-.,.....: 5 3 1- Bw... 0 dv.. by Diem R- Arlene S- . in ' . ff 54 'vil . F V l .4 Q' future party uses I, ' hL X! 2,413 NL., "., "" to De1tha.,M'..,, ,.,. , ,, ug 22 177' ... W ' syy- 1 , y A 52? y ' I, .,,, star dancer to L Bema rm s digg 2 y A S Paul H H M I jhmwmlrwwwm 4, I, Mabel, beqqeafh my knowledgjewiof "black horses" . f YPHUV L: r ,,,i ritivv , iiii ,,,' 3 Aii, Z V.,, ,,,,W1?' f gin! 4:1 .mfr :,?z:,..,Tw.mh.?fff'ff2j'f?ZW"'b ' l,:4"""'s" j .I . 1, EIQQP' 2 i - I D ' L . . J. .1 ,f V.,..,, V. .. is 5 f , Vff' 1 Q5ffIda'5xyilYIf'to Ethel 'i" A. rriy ability to teach chemistry. , 0rQ,.W1llPreSent..my was Sato .,,err1t...Z1.f' .i fly. We if - . I, Willard,'will share my taste sfjciefypffb Ed- A 'We,. as -Seniors, will to our successive competitors, ward S. ' 'L ' 'the Juniors, the sacred last row in the assembly, to be I Paul will endow Lisle W with my power to used in part by rulers of next year's clownish seances. , imitate- We desire Mr. O. J. Yoder to execute this will to the , best of his ability. To be opened May 27, 1922. -THE SENIORS. I, Winfred, will my "basket ball stars" to John M. I, Edna G., will my surplus energy to Ward T. f' T Q CEFI3 AQ' Page Seventy-one i"'S8"!E " " li.:-.Q 4. , ug ,. A A ai N. 5 , 6,3 ' .J A S A CIIIIQP -...... ...- QD Q9 It was one of those spring days, the kind of a day that one, especially a Senior, wishes to be on the outside of the school house. At once my mind wandered to the woods, a fine placekto spend one's time. I tmk axfew books along to keep mekcdmpanyaq soon iound 'al shadyifook far away from everybody and everything. as!I lay there they had gone and what they were doing in the world. As I was walking along I stumbled into a grey-haired man who when I looked up, I recognized as an old friend, rnard Widmoyer. He told me he was the owner of a . cha' of organized meat markets throughout the middle west. 'I-q1eSgi0nf?d himtas' to the other classmates and gazing up into the skfygfgny mind tturnedtoithe story 913,41 this ishthei tory told to meg?-V ,V , Rip Van Xi, ,,,1,,,.,, 5 . r ' f ' -l-, U ,,,,,, , ' ' , ., , . . ,4 Hg gWM,,.LMW,,,, MQ gg A ,5 ,, wwwmwm-MMM--Myww-V 1 , at the Institute be. After-'taking it 7i 1f1i"I'n'ti'eli" 'ui' f Ar' "M" Meganfgus fm her pamtmg . ae-f r Qfaeamikstefirfiefffvfiarfl Qa119df,'fA,W1S1? of mio a trance- arrsi 2 'faac f on I rfra nna 4 27 4 I awoke Wlth 3 Staff, the S W5SlQg?1iili1Tig 2Paiil4 4 ,been chosen leader of the ,famous home- 1 bees, A crumbled and fell to pieces. My clothes were in itattersl 1 was a modern Rip. On journeying town, an inquisi- tive group followed me and stroked their' chins wa' know- ing Way. At last I perceived the object of their mirth, for a long white beard, reaching almost to my belt, had grown in the twenty years that I spent in the woods. My first thoughts were of my classmates. Where .Q 3 i -.... Page S4-verily -I wo , h Winfred 'Pippen is the "all-around-champion-of-ath- letics" of the United States, having won this title at the Olympian games in Belgium. Mabel Heckaman has become President of Indiana University, and has gained nation-wide fame. K l 1695 X KN ... j f CN 33 QQ Wilbur and Willard Naylor are the joint directors of the Citizen's Bank in New York City. Kenneth Williams has just begun his reconstruction work on the Roosevelt Dam, by which he hopes to irri- gate the entire Southwest. Stanley WaiLdk'Garbe1g Lehman, the'noted saxophon- ist, is now with tlfesEph'fiam Jonesf0rchestra, playing at College Inn, Sherman Hotel, Chicago. , K ' Brenda Haist is a member of the famous Steinway Musical Trio which has just returned from its sixth trip around the world. She has recently made the important discovery of the "Lost Chord." , Oscar Moyer is chief bookkeeper of the Standard Oil Chmpany. xx X' 'x EdnaQSlnfharn is now the sole proprietoress of a large j 4, 5-. - .ff MMT 'K dress-malt' eS1g2lglf I mentififl levela Ohio. Dora ment in I z e ' : : " ' ' J'-T: : ' : f V A . I e Y, . E ""i A 1 Qs- fafll V. v ig! A M 8. !gM?baSS3.d01' at the K Af J if fi 5 3 4' f V- -f i ffa . ' f f men's,i:lgthFuI?Ei res throughoui , ' V dqvfiv I W -W , has the,h 1 . 4 ,h ivgf A A 7 e ,hefwaf fa noted English wardrobe. 5" A f ' 'A - pe W Sta, WS 4555'- V W V3 1 WW, Q L WH, A ,u,,, M 4 .,,, M.....,,,.,..,...ww... My-nw ' n in . , ' few ' . .41 ji 3 I QV ' 1v:.l" - I IUV "" ne u A "N ' I ' lf: " A ' ' ' eh' 2 Vnl' ' U ' - for the Yailke Efeaglefgatglied t I - iffi lvkzfisi' E fzf if if . inols mver Ffwi Ft? ,,, ,.., E.. ., Q 1 2 i , ,. ii Q .5555 ..Q"'7f'?1l 10121 it gg 1 37 rei .a g i 1 gg 1 . ion of the wordsrto the .,V, , .- ffl!-3? 235128 Eitlflelded dto ' ' g, 6VlSl o . . .w ere oun lngs e- John Vanderveen has returned to his native country, Holland, where he is touring the country with the Red- path Chautauqua. Georgina Mackie has become the Dean of Women at California University. A cidedly changed. But the memory of my ill-spent life once more sent me to the woods for a haven of refuge. In these well established haunts of nature I hope to spend my few remaining years in solitude, thinking of the members of Class '22, -ELDON BOWSER. C9 f x- AQ' w 5 il, . E391 K. ,N 1 :MV H it Pl U J 1 A ' V .L V 1 in 1 I VL, Q . ' 4 V , N , . ibr A' 4 PQ O fa, .V 4 'I W 'Sw iii' ' 'ff ' w. 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Mr. Young-"What would this country be like if it had no president ?" X, Bunk W.-f'Be like a chicken with jt's'headXcut off!" CORRECTTA' I A - Chem. Prof.-ffilpfame three articles containing Starch," 'V i ,, ,Wm 'Vf,V 1 ' Q Q ,N J lmiorv-'fTwQy cuffs and y . ,,,, ,,,.,.,, I I' i Tehcherwffcive an example? of lane absent-minded ! man'77 , I . , , , 27 . ' J immy-Wah ,n ddt , lmpoliis ,ma1HQaeaf,1,d0vm"'hiS at 3 back and scratc'fi gZ1ZcWes."2 if Q1 I 7 25 5, ' ,,dd .ddd, ,,,d 1 I y 0UllfH'S MYOUN G G . - f , 9 f If 2 I Martha fspelllligl-VL-o-5-e." J I Bernard fsighingj-"Oh-h-oh-h!" A r . Miss Griffith-"You're too young to know anything about that, Bernard." ' - EDUCATED Yoder Cin chemistryl-"What kind of a tube is this ?" John M.-"An educated tube!" f Yoder-"It may be but I thought it was graduated." - UNKNOWN ! ' Miss Teeters-"What do you know about Fielding?" Lisle-"Nothing much, I was always pitcher when' I played." RELATED Yodergeyfwhat are organisms?" Georgefg-"Small animals !'f + 1 aac I y pwsggJJeh1fx1gnf"WhatWdd'fY0ucfthink of Veloures' talk, Paul. " A , Pau1uR.-jQfDarn gotten!" . I U Youngf-"Gan you answer my question ?" Mabel H.fJ'I doiijzubelieve I can, my mind is sort of ' on thatiquestiogg, 1 - George B.-"Who lost a pair of beads ?" Brenda-"They're not a pair, they're a string!" Miss Griffith-"Where are the Daniel Webster's off to-day?" Winfred-"I don't know!" 'N T C331 " - f 3 Q' Page Seventy-Hve liiflllffw, j ,e L r lfmfy SOPHIE'S ENGLISH bf ,. "The ltmoolclceeper is alwags Am She Went? Are she gone? E . Will she never come back to I? 1 E talking sl1op. Whg, l1e actuallq Will me never see she again? 5 referrecl to his loabgls learning O Cruel fate! It cannot Was! y W i to wallc as a trial lJalance.H T 1 -1 . A l K Yoder-"Give an illustration of Boyle's Law from I A 1 everyday experience." f I John M.-"I never had that experience." E 1:3 ll Miss Lehman Cin Public Speakingj-"The dramatic A Tl-I hands are mostly used in the plays." ll H I I Paul R.-"Use them on Sunday nights too! Csighing 1 V f' profoundlyj The happiest time of my life is yet to y g come." 5 3 . C21 REAL ROMANCE! 5 i 'Q Louise S.-"I heard something about you and T A Arlene." A , Royce M.-"Who told you ?" 1 Louise-"H. P." ' J Cl-1 Royce-"I bet Arlene told her." 5 Louise-"No, she didn't." l l ,, l l K- 5 Royce fblushingj-"Only one night we acted ro- i l 1 n ' mantic 1" f T l 1 FUNNY, ISN'T IT? l l 1 That Dutch has to ask for dates in the hallway and l 1 . . - - get caught in the act by the principal. l -ff-:Tx .l t A--we-We--as J- .... fn- --A A Q wf 1. ..,, -,..,,-ee-.,...,..-,,.-,,W ,.ATixe! Page . t QT as - - - - QsQE!:??f MQ 'fx DID YOU KNOW? iz: That it takes sixty-five muscles to make a frown, ' i while it takes only thirteen to make a smile? l 1 KNOWLEDGE E l E l Mr. Roose-"Austria is the capital of Vienna." I ' Letha M. fexcitedlyl-"Why, Vienna is the capital - of Austria." Mr. Roose-"Well, maybe that is rightlu E OUCH! i Mabel fafter the explanation of how rubber is ob- I i ' l tainedl-"I should think that would be a crude method." 1 5 Paul-"Well they get crude rubber." i . I 4 . . I j'-su i 3 ' Mr. Young ftfjillgg to tl'11Ilk.Q2f a character 1n.French Colored gentleman amvi E I g 5 historyl- Well, if it s coming, it s coming by freight. hospital to visit friend- Hg at ,a 5 1 Biiinodaw, -- Hows E Mr. Yoder-"Why doesn't the ocean freeze in Winter, IJoct0r:-ffHevs comaleg . ,, I 1 i John 'ff f ' 'iC"'g- s i I . H . . Colored gent: c.IyH Wait out g - li John M.- Because of the friction of the waves!" e till hem rlirmiglif' ' l l is Z , 3 . , -f l y Miss Lehman fto Paul who came into class latej- 5 l "Why are you so late, Paul?" ' ' l , i Paul-"I went down to the office and that old bird L ggxkept k1dd1n' me !" A g f25gl5gqmsn.:...c,, K ,c f--V 'eia -W QA--ie4 M--W-W--M-M--'Q-N--f--WW V, - A l... .. . a .D - M--O I , ,.., , .,.--,, ,,,.,,., .,,. ,rw-e,,-,,N,,,.,- -M SHAW-A-My -Aw DAUY x Mww-wb Q ' l'4l'1i- ' ' ,f o i' cc f- LVN ll, ,. W" .. . . .,..-, X ,., , . .. .s X'-hw H 4. . . Y V .. .7 Y.l' 'sif E A E . THE AV R G ' -Ji Purc-liasing agent: "Where jk Mr. Young fto Winfred's fatherj-"What's Win- do you get your5'11fHf?" , v - Qu fied s average income . , H T: xtile salesman fmodestlypz- Mr. Pippin- About two o clock! .wha I make them up myself-v S HARDLY Paul-"There's a ily on the ceiling, Mabel." Mabel-"Oh, step on it and don't bother me!" Brenda Ctranslatingj-"In that place joyful things 2 and a kingdom and a kingly wife are prepared for you." -x l I i A Yoder fin chemistryb-Veloures, what does AS stand for?" I' A Veloures-"Wait a minute, I've got it on the end of my tongue." Yoder-"Well spit it out, it's arsenic!" i Miss Graham-"What is a circle?" Wilma H.-"The locus of points each equally distant V . from the end points of a segment." Miss Graham-"For example, you start your mouth i a going and then go away and leave it!" WHAT FOR? Howard T.-"Does anybody need an elephant ?" Mr. Roose-"I hardly think so!" l4.iF MMWWMWMM, ..., im.. -fMmm..- gs... s.WMmWmHUw-. lf? A A A ff a A1--at ' if ' ' f Y X X 1 l'.:Lv- I -vmjlnl Q Q - I - v X. , . Phrases adapted from a Public Speaking Oratlon, HOW ABOUT IT? entitled: "AN ODE T0 GURNIE" Binng.ng.ng I 1 ! I can well imagine John sitting beside Gurnie. "Hello ! " u It is a reliroof to shallowness to imagines such a thing- fi' JJ , f Y -iii X- , XX-"Is Doris there?" I am not in her coiifidencen' ' XX V S I ZQE She wasmcovered 'tlg confusion and kisses. I get f , 6 . Z X lin." e V V X, ,.. .2'f.,' Tf',,,,,, X nf' 5415 V 5 ft'-......,,iQ '1- She ppdesdlfmlyl-51lE1ng lp 3,4 hx 1 gf, is lp" " 3 5 g it h . . E :F Z I V ., , ,,' - ,Z . -, . x MLW .I .V ,.,?L ,,,,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,,.,j,A,,,,,,h,,,,.,,.,.,,,,..,,,,,r:.,i., t S Q 5" IEE? M 5 1 12 2 QQ m 'i n ., i,i,. mn liking' tffstifj W ,,,. .. I ili' ,,,, f li, lf' ave a date for to-night ?" He ivasfig' 1 2- i iii ll, ' "'1, e 11114 ,.,. 1 ' , M " ". teresting M It t it i '32 6 az, ,, ' ..,i ,f..n.t,.,,,,, .Q At laJtQ : Other-V-man--Sie? ,insma .aunresul ? -V-V -' A e"e 'I h Z W ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,fz9,...: WRSS-fillgfp 1' ,W 3512.33 U nh . 5? E C . t if 1 fi . in kind of ,sii p eisi , e siii 1 PP'PPi"' W She had a singularly, qattractivel ' 'hbq 1'-iWell.so-did l."' K ' in A W rich and austere. ' ' ' In glowing and exa e t gg ra ed phrases he proposed to HI d0n,t care! H her. Waiting patientl f I With a perfectl h y or a few moments for another y c osen language he pleaded w'th W0 d h her on ' ' l an mexhaustlble theme-Marriage. ' r , e suddenly heard a loud bang ! ! and then real- ized that his hopes were shattered. CED f afrx-3 .. .. . Q Page Seventy-nine N 1 'g WHAT'S THE NITRATE OF MAGNESIA? THE DYQEJING LOVER. Lehman--"I see the nitrates have gone up in price:" I love thee, b1ue-eyed Sweetheart' H Lopp-"What do I care? I never telegraph any- Be mine! Where' Dibromocresosulphonaphthalein ! Thine eyes, blue as the sky, tint divine, Minister fat close of the sermonj-"We shall now Tetrabrompheonosulphonaphthalein l Sing IIYHIH NO- 389-" , I'll dye a Parisian blue if you decline, Operator Crousing from a napl--"The line is busy." Oh, dibl-omthymosesulphonaphthaleiu1 - , i l E 5 CHEMICAL'N'IJ0?VE' r r r ' 5 A , 1 2 - 3 5 Said A, Molig 'f r r , .SADVBEFLEGTIQN Q , "Will YOU lllit V. , W "I it f V' ' QW. ,, ' N . said Molly p S r r 5 f "You're my affinity." HN th k. d r f A . ,, f Under the are light blaze, T, V 0' e m you See your- ace m' I He promisedzghe her: y, , y p . fr E But she elopeh 1 Cfzase H ' i I 'H l E A d h H ' lt P t 5 n er name IS DOW Sa H 9 CI' ,f y BUSINESS! k Henry-"Give me a boxi ofdpillsff An auto tourist was fraveling thru fthe great North-4 Druggist-"Anti-bilious ?" west, when he met with a slight accident to his machine. 1 Henry-"No, Uncle's sick." In some Way he had mislaivd his monkey-wrench so he i stopped at a nearby farmhouse where the following con- j Q l Miss Lehman--"What is a Dauphin?" versation took place between himself and the Swede 1 5 Mabel H.-"A small king." farmer: 3 "Have you a monkey-wrench here ?" IS A MISS AS GOUD AS A MILE? "Naw: my brother he got a cattle rench over there, . 9 , Lisle Wilt-"What are you doing these days, Milt ?" my cousin he got a sheep rench further down this road, 1 y if-d Johnny-"I make some hits with a lot of Misses." but too darn cold here for monkey rench!" 74 ,, ,E V H Y e .-.f -A -e - 4 -A-H ..-v- ---.-.--.1- fp 1-I""'x-Xi---My-Q--v-Ai--A... ...---....- ....-.-,.,.,-.r ,, ,id p, , VA g:L fflff.-- .. . ---W M ..-.-- ----- .--.----..-....-,-.. D.-.-...Xii'Jj Page Highly CQ MUSIC ROLL 4 Eldon Bowser ..... George Burbach .... .Edna Grahakm ..... -, ...... T .... x ---------..-..------------------..-Daddy Long Legs - - - - - -I've Got Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes - - - - T - - - - -- - - -- -- -Where Is My Wandering Boy Tonight ? Mabel Heckgtan ---e. ---:,,.'.L .... L, .... .... Xi .............. T ........... D ear Old Pal of Mine - x . f ,T x. Dora Hepler -s...-sCi- .................... .Tue ............ T3 ........ 5- -,--I Ain't Nobody's Baby Brenda.Haist .... X ...... 5 ...... L-.lis5,f ......... l-:.l ........... 5 1?i--,fQ -- X - V-if ...... Slow and Easy Stahl s man j A A "" +N35tr?T?Tf-L, f I If 1 " ' it J L . "' i viiwild Over Me Gegr i 7 L41 -.,g:i-- Whispefing OSCRP' A ., . , , . .. L..- 93 I Q fi 'ff --.'S"L.-S--'f'L"J'.17-cl.-E..--..-- Willa :gf , lor-----7 ...... ,, si re, MQQY hat's Worth Waiting For 5'-J! ,. , QQ- -V we ,vv, .. .v.,,.,, .A ig - 7 g 'Winfr i gp L - 3 M- ni- ---L - - ' Alll' -14 , .,:e.-1:5---- gd? Be surprised .Paul . Tn .um ..,, ..... ,-..,.-..-,..-.g?f.. ,Lynx .A,., V -E-T - 4 -1:5-1-.1igg'? L fgegig I-EH-Never Knew Julia .!s , - -E - Dear! John? t i ,, a 1- LVPHWIH M0011 Ida WeaVgfL'5., ':.. Q:fgj":i:1f'f'f3'7j' '.':::,1Q:1 ",, 1 j:..:.:: V , , .-,.,,-,...,,,,,.,i,.l,4..,-..,,,.,.,,,-,.-,,+,,,,,-- .,-,,,-.-,.,.,-,.,.,- ,- -e--Sx3beet Hortense - 1, '.- ., , .--, - --f.A,-1A.,:--gill,-l Z N ..V 1. ' .H ..' " ' '- " ...... Old Man Jazz Kenneth Williams ...... - - .... 4.4 .... r ., -- -44 .... Q- Q-.- - - - Bernard. Widmoyer --- ' Ralph Weber ...... Iola Yoder ....... Edna Yoder .... ---- Huckleberry Finn ---- Lonesome That's All ----No Place Like Home ---,,Down On the Farm - - H ZEQN , - X 1 Page Eighty-one S'il.'iZl9'7 , - f , W e if it X IE CALENDAR kj ly I Sept. 12-I say a feller needs a friend. School begins Oct. 3-Reverend Reed, any evangelist, conducts l l l to-day. Chapel.- E Sept, 131There must have been a thundgr Shower Oct.'47The Constitution for the Nappanee Athletic i I last night. Take a look at the Freshies. Assoclatlon IS accepted by the H' S' Sept. 14-Gee! It seems hard to study. Sept. 15-At last we are able to paddle the canoe of the H. S. curriculum. J 4 w Oct. 5-Solicitation of members for the Constitution begun among the classes. Oct. 6-Mr. Yoderithinks that milk is a health in- surance policy. Moo-moo. Oct. 7-Skating pergy for the entire H. S. "Ain't we got fun?" 5 fiV . . g . r . Oct. 10--Breachers our school. Q Oct. fML1Raifi! -Rainlll 'Raimi 1ztHQl'Ii6 conging day for Nappanee. Every- b0dy . ogre ffsLLJeFaay otZsc'h66Ifforfti11s week. , 17-The.orcl'ies?raiirenf1ersr.a'fvery excellent pro- gi?am Zogthe Junior and S. fGttf18+-Nothing deiiig. ' Oct. 19-QSix weeks rolled around and of course that means tests. ' Oct. 20-Yoder calls about half a dozen Juniors and Seniors "kids" Quite a compliment, I'll say! Oct. 21--Naomi and Ralph chosen yell leaders. Oct. 24-The day after yesterday. Oct. 25--S100 reward to the finder of Yoder's mar- cell ! ' " - 5155153 xg Sept- 16-My Yodei' thinksefthitgythe ,Junior and Sen- i ior classes might be able' to they ydon't f ? already KHOW- 1, e . Q , - Sept. tg 05511. A S. on "Visions." - X Q l Sept. 20--Fhfst Seniorjclassifmeiiriif eidtitedtofiicers W for ensuing yeari H 1 5 Sept. 21-Winfred thinigewgiietithe wind blew Q 5 i g Chinese over they ceanfto the UYSQ 71 . g E Sept. 22-Nb Z hiniaein' rem Z .... C ....... e 2 Sept. 23-"Weenie and Bun" party tonight. Hurrah! l 1 Sept. 26-The O'Henrys make their debut in H. S. 1 A society today. Ummm-umm. . Sept. 27-First annual staff meeting. Sept. 28-Just kiddin' the Freshies goat. Sept. 29-Wonder of wonders! Miss Haist is Sen- ior English teacher! nf Sept. 30--John takes his first period snooze. Qi Page Eighty-two A Y R....-,.... ,....-...e......,....,-., .-.n.W.N-..,,....-... ...M ji 'f" .1 ,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,. Vqsx, M,,,.,,,,,,,-W,,,,M,,,,,W,,,,o,,,,,,,-.,,,,,,,,,,,, F Qt........e-.....-......-...t.......-.,................ee........i-.e...--- A gf ,4,-.,...i.,..-.......-.. ,W,,..M,.,,..-.,..W,, .,.,,,,,,,,l 4 M - lf ft Une uhclreo' Percent Q5 2 ii 9 You fellows try to get it in your studies i at school. We try to give it to you in i Clothes--the newest style ideas, big as- 6 sortment to pick from, and good quality. 5 v If we "don't make the grade" for you, you 5 Q get new clothes or money back. i Q am plro 0. 1 S 'l S ' 8: C h 119-121 S. Michigan Street South Bend, Indiana The home of HART SHAFFNER E? MARX all wool clothes. lx 4' AAVAAY Arn W 'Lin V Q' Y ' "' - ' AIM- - ,du 'Ai . A - ' A 'i ' 1 is . X .VY hrs-1' ,,,.., - b W ,,,, M FIRST NATIO AL B K T - UNITED STATES DEPOSITS 5 T X C. IVI. DINIIWICH ' E li NAPPANEE. INIISIRXNAAQ 2 I x 'IIJENWTIST R I M . T- f X 2 VEQUEPFZEDYTO Do DENZTAL X-RAY woRK ? Capital, M S S SS ' TS SS S ii n i i i R 1 J. S. T,VTT I JESSE Knee S E .T,, ,, J CHE ' Cf hi' V ,', N 5 - T no Ulfq i Z? I gl Z ,,,'.,-:. ' , ,.,,., ',..M,,. N 5 'WM9 55 'ij ' 1 V fi-7. Q I E 'ii T-vW'4 1 . ii' 3 if ,S,T- s"Q 1 S.,',S f R 2 gstky Sons' T I 'Solicits is S. V a Vi i V h T f I, Firms, Corporations and Individuals S Q31 kglji 'If1fJfQh'FSQST,0kf,?5 . Game in season. MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM ,,,,,,,,e ,, .East M,,,,,,, Sm, X Pug l' ll I , i I I - in , I K- I c 'Qi Q ff we X Oct. 26-All the schooI's brilliants appear in socks FOR L5 of rainbow hues. Even stripes and bars are here. Oct. 27-Isn't any other rate handy, Bunk? ' ' Oct. 28-Every one is ready for the HalIowe'en party tonight. I I Oct. 29-Play Akron tonight. Beat 'em too. Oct. 31-Reverend Mullett conducts chapel. I Nov. 1-Him! My birthday but nobody knows it. SEE , I Nov. 2-Lazy! Talk about it! k I l Nov. 3-Dr. Eish from Chicago, who has traveled in P. D. the Orient gave a very interesting talk today. The Market Street Grocers I Nov. 4-Autograph day. Everybody sign. Phone 96 Nov. 7-Blue Monday again. ! Nov. 8--H. S. repeats the flag salute, standing at at- I tention. I , ' Nov. 9-Real winter today. S Nov. 10-Getting practiced up for the program to- morrow. I Nov. 11-At twelve o'clock the pupils of Nappanee N 5 M ' l honored the soldiers by a program. ' C ' Nov. 14-On Monday I can never think so I don't 2 have any news for you. j ' Nov. 15-Boys practicing for the LaPorte game. BIGGER BRIGHTER BETTER Nov. 16-Yoder is happy today, I wonder why? Nov. 18-LaPorte beats Nap by a score of 24-36. . ov. 217Bunk announces J uIia's engagement to the The Store Whosefhm IS Pl1b11C Speaklng class. SERVICE AND SATISFACTION I ff. .5 A Af - Agvxcf 4 E ' I - -.fm -- H --V---I--ae--f,,ff' A 'W 'ge h f -e-he - ' 1-4 S! -1 Y 1 - , f.11JQsN- A I' ggi I'Z:1.1IiIf I - e A A M xl we 1, Y V e eh ee,,,ee-eM,e3Xw , ,f LQ3, 5-gif! X, iq S- ' 'QP and and Stahly 81 Stuckman "The Store of Qualzty and Servzce' 1 f ee 1 i L X I All Our Candies e 3 e e Q . ,M,.. ,,,AF3E.N.T5 FOR i e e Q ee e , ARE MANUFACTHBE. AT HOME 7 , n e e V p I, J J V V A ,,.f" f e ' M7 5923 707 , f 72 f-74 ffl '2?f?'17,Q ' ,if ' . e TRY OUR ' A : A e e W ' D W Y 4VV I I D , , e e er J ,.A.4 f e I ..,. ,,.,,,,., IVAI , ,, fm V , UNH, 511, V, Mi ei W L! 5,4 ,,,, AQNAD 'Ai I You WI-L FIN Veil-I' ' A f'Yd,UfyynAe 'F fi 4' e M e e 5A ' Chevrolet ' I AUTOMOBILES ' S ,J e f 41?PI'DsN ' Q l'z11,:o P Lht 1 QNX.-. ... . XT' S JUST BECAUSE A THING IS CHEAP, IT IS NOT NECESSARILY A GOOD BUY. You are practicing genuine economy when you buy dependable merchandise. K V' You will find satisfaction in ord g your groceries from us All the food ' 0 store hqsva rep t t ,for its goodness, I I 1 1 I 4 1 , Our aim is to please you-always. J A TRY THIS STORE Better Goods fofx' Less Money. . ' f' V V Better Quality for Less Profit? ' Q ' E Betta-iva1ue,i'SjRMiQfe Satisfaction. R TH,NGS THE ONE PRICE STORE Hum T6 A is,i a ny i , in , ' I 1 -V .. ,. QTY ri. V5 1 I ,T -'f y EAT ' I' . ' t"'T"""T G , 5 , 'Ae R1113e1119erg-Lape y T Mulletts Grocery C R QQ NAPPANEE, INDIANA S-.3?'JffSfS,-E,W.c - S A --- - X....-.-s-, ,,,,.Sg.5f3fD I I I im . to , ao ,o oo l l l is SOMETHING FINE IN MEN'S oxvokns F0oTwEAR POINTS srolnswiun l i i 1 I, I This season's good looking Sports,Shoes are typical of their purpose for they have the easy swing, the rugged leathers, the bright colors char- acteristic of the great out doors. You will wear two pairs of Sports Shoes this year to one you wore last g they are very smart you know, part of the wave of enthusiasm for Sports togs that is sweeping the country. Complete selections of very swagger styles await your selection. KUEHN'S SHOE STORE 125 South Michigan South Bend, Indiana , . . -.,......,... ........,. ...W ..,..-f.. ,. W -1.1 .,.., K. . H -W, .w.a-U...-1-w ,. .f.n...m.a.-eu.-.w-ff...-.., N al..-I, .e You are sure getting full value in Shoes here, lasts are right, built for comfort, leathers are of fine quality, and workmanship exact, that's why you are sure of getting it. The collegiate Oxfords have blunted toes, blucher and very heavy soles. Many other styles here for men who want some- thing less extreme. KL1Gl111,S Shoe Store 125 South Michigan South Bend, Indiana 1, ' --,mf -..........., ..-..-.....,.....,............-.-.......-....f.l ,..,..--....-, ... -.-....r.............. .--,................, ,of A if all X sw , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , .. ,, , t.,,, , ,. 5 K Q-.1 I..-W-. -.-.Wm--...-H-...-.-l..f..- .-,C i 3 Ls? ,fi .fs 1? X Q Make Hast Sl0Wly .2 57 -Y is .5 When You Are Fi 3: HEATING B h d W' h ' .A -if L ot ere lt , ' .'UliA V :gl-,Z h 'And 1 t YOUR EYES I . If 5 ' an ' Glasses Properly F ntted By uf, l illf M 'N ' M.-. C Ox N i Ontfacflngs e DR J BURKE M fi ' ii f ' n N , ibptonietrista 3 '11, E 25... -a.Q,.,,.,....,..... A ' Z. Years in B, za V' r xi 1 ..f1fWjW , . W aww rm YW' TW rc . 0. V Q, . I ffl, V in 1 Vi W Q " 4 it f 2 I' I N6v.ff22-2-Efjfof W"fj'f'q" ' YMlO1'1 Wrecite, ,,,, , D W ewqverybpgy 3301529 rainy day. Test chemistry- f Nov. 23-frhanksgivingpro am, then two vaff M r gig- .7?-M0I'C'gIbfEm- Religoftfcarwis- I S d cation, ,, f ,,,,t-,.z,p., ., , ,,..,.,.,,,.p1.,,.,,:. .M......i' ,.,. ,W , V,A, W4,,,5'jj ,"" J: ,. A -a 8+-G, roupcpic uresta env ort e annua. oun s Nov. 28 in AI'.?Ol1lEt6lPVl.lS alfffwhen orllt Ea lg carnival. 1 i x to go onefmil awe thou ' Igogtwo f- tieadg 4kMySteity I - f Dec. .9+0h1yVsixtjeen days till Christmas. ll where! ' ' 'A 2 ' " ' f 3, ' Dec. 12-More pictures taken. ' Nov. 29-Thelma Rector almost 'decides ytotjoin our Dec. 14-Bernard becomes very earnest in reciting class then doesn't. ff", it V ' A ,. .1 V his poem. Some dayahe will become a great orator. Nov. 30-Tests again! I wonder if the teachers ever" ' Dec. 15-Yoder says that "empty vessels make the I made 100 in their studies? most noise." Dec. 1-Bunk delights in playing street-car during Dec. 16-Speeches today in speaking class and every- classes. body had the giggles. Dec. 2-Boys play Atwood. Score 20-24. Dec. 19-Dr. W. A. Price tried to impart some E- Dec. 5-Mr. Murray visits the school and gives us a knowledge to us of medical science. Pretty deep stuH l f lecture on how to mail parcels. Dec. 20-Just Tuesday- x X' A WKQQQGEEQEN -,,,lkrJ' IQ' - Q Total Amount of 0utstanIliIIg Insurance S7,005,707,839 METROPOLITAN LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY I I If 'L R. lNEBN REPRESENTED BY ' ff -- ' X . ATTORNEY-ATLAW ' J. B. Brundage l I S ooPs BUILDING ,NAPPANEE, I if ,' Q 5 A I I H , Phone 147 I f Nappanee, Ind. I 1 I W I V 11' 7 ,.I. I H i We now 'iigreeingrto' iiedeem' the mortgage on I I I your home. andf'reIleaIze.L519,ur family, of all further obligauions in I , I -' ,IV., I I I I t I W Cil1S8'f6f yogrf'd6MlS,'I'iIt zxiifexpeuse, f 'cmlyf about one percent per T I 1 I V 1 I V aIInIIIYJ, A 'VI , -. l I I Wm n W JOHNSON 8m soN l ' I A O , I Auto Trimming Auto Painting Top Building General Repeirihg ' A Make Vehicles fi Can We Serve You And Both Be Satisfied? DRUGS STAUONERY Nyal Quality Drug Store "On the Square" 'QI' 1 W N - 41233 IQ I 5 - e - - - - - 1693 T Moyer's Ga,-age WIDMOYER sl WALTERS X. L QEQTQ 5 Studebaker Serwee 5 5 e 5 5 o 5 Fresh, Selt, and Smoked Meats OFFICIAL SERVICE Home Made Bologna Minced Ham ,VVVV, A and I Fgfst Cldss Regbairfng 1 North Main Street NAPPANEE INDIANA - 5 Garag Phone, 2 on 107 Res. Phone, 3 on 107 155 South Main Sweet Phone 53 f'J Q so - 1 ' ooo o 5 XG' Q v m:::v7 ... . Q E IiAdRIFOfAJlE I1AJ2PlESS k...,,. ' , , ,V KX fFlNRIlVPEHlE - " . . f 'L-A I ' ,,f' X-" .XM Q . 3 -K .F ' X I' X' - .W f H Qkf -wx H f' . 7 f" -A-r-5 ,. iiflu.. .. ...... Q 4, Q ,P f ",' 'Nw 2 i ZLq"""'i7'T'? I E 4HT EVQYfH WaifTf3mg4QfWWQ9wQv , - ' ' V 1 N I V 2 ' . I ":V W Y ',VV If!!! .- If L , ,T ,M,W I 1. W .w w Q5 J M , 1 ' 'AV 'ffm WW' ,,', ff' ix Q f ' Sw , 3 , ig Wings? M, W, A1,, 1 ,, , x JY ,,,G,. . YL QEEQ Q QVfWf VINE M2332 Qwiwaw W 1A fl AA 1 Q, , ' ' I I ' QUALITY PRICE gf H M ' '-'V AEPJW3 D ' Q ,Q -- X The McDonald Studio if , --- -UQ. Dec. 21-Those honorable Seniors get the privilege of studying their lesson in class. How nice! Dec. 22-Huntington game is all the talk now. Dec. 23-Last day of school for a while. Christmas vacation is coming! me if Jan. 3-One grand and glorious vacation we have n, 7 f 'X--X' A had. H x gh Jan.,4-1-y-Raining again. Gives a feller the blues. ' - 5 ' ! V. Q, Jan. +yNc-:aring the final'semester,exams. P 47 ... 'M 'l........:i e . L. ,,,. 'fr' w l Q ' . s " Ml l lr fl, "vW"" ' ' v if W' " Jah. G7fPicn1cs2 are common 1n Speaking class. f Eggs gvvvg' We 'ffg Mfg-755 ...M ,N., W ,,dv., ,M . r entertaining. , .q,,,, ,,,Wa4.f,. U I ! ?.,.,-.IKM ,,,, P, , ,, E ah VvV,. I VV . I i 1 if should smg so 3 .. . AISI fshe 'pf' eeds f?t2J A exec?ute her desire. . sv,d 5, dv,f ,, ., , ,Jana10-17BF9!T1eQ1"2'aXHC f0-Bight for annual. V A Jan. ' .,,.,. ,TIF .. if .li Z2 . I 'Jan. 12-Why a fellow have to Work so hard? 13-+Half agdozen Seniors go to South Bend to- ,X 2 M r v dazv km amiuale-business. ?3?-.ll 'f i Jan. 16-Two days till final exams. l 1 Jan. 17-Everybody looks sleepy. I guess it's usual l though. 3 ' Jan. 18-19-The old tune of work-work-work. i Jan. 20--Doomsday! Q l J' South Bend, Jan. 23-Just recovering from the shock of exams. A Fw S ,ss S l K s , Q' Page N im-15 -t hrvn- ,Qi r l 5 l E i , Yl F ll - l Z 'rl I 4 . l l l l 'I l 2 l v F l l 1 - l Qi 'l'l1ere's more to a Home than Dollars and Cents. N o one caimmeasuhre the cash value of ihappy home-Its the biggest thing ,in life. x, If you have been planning for a home, there- fore? A vhl M ,hll 4 i . A f Rgsglufigfjl A house can be no betterthanfthe-umateriajlyof yy which it is made. 5 i ' i - -'f YV 2' ' 7 Z f. ' 1. if E4 W I ' We use discrimination ll in iupplying the kind that will make the house look attractive and Wear longest. . V . PLANS AND SUGGESTIONS Miner Lumblfsl coal co. 'al l I l 1 Y ,fy jp EJ, Mechano- T hempy l is based on a knowledge of the structure and function of the body. A normal structure means perfect functioning, which is health, abnormal structureleads to disease. The llllechagno-Flghlerapistiyrevrnoves these abnor- malties byf0'scie'ntificy manipulation suited to each ",' ,,., W ,. L in That theitheoriyiifis-icorrect is proven by its W l success curing both acute and chronic cases. ' Mechano-Ther-l its Cuyesj ,,,, ,, n if lTRhlATMhlNTlSlPLEASANT. l . I A .19-TKb F'Lvr' I l- GEORGE WARNER 5 N Phone 195 NAPPANEE 'xp KN - f am' 3 E W l 1 , -Q--X fn 'fs ,, C- New-fa. --- M- A A+.: off- -A --- - he A i l , . I , . fgio I3 I Yell .C , i If 7' N CLAY SYLER H. L. SYLER TRUCK CAR TRACTOR . l J I ,I 3 l I YLER cl YLER I I y We are cash buyers and are on the lookout for . I . grain, baled hay, baled straw, clover seed, timothy . . . ' . 1 ' f seed, peppermint 011, spearmlnt 011, etc. 1 ' XA' THE UNIVERSAL CAR Are retailers and carry a full line of commer- l . ll: l cial feeds, Qstock, noultryj Gold Medal Hour, field i seed, bulk garden seeds, fertilizer, Wire fencing, i , barb, bale ties, posts, anthracite and bituminous ' T i I coal, public Weighing and custom seed cleaning A , correctly done. Satisfaction assured. - I 4 , . I I i ' r ' ASK THE MAN WHO DEALS WITH Us. 1 E NAPPANEE E I l 2 ,lf Phone 87 NAPPANEE, INDIANA E,-KHART WAKARUSA y .49 A.A-- X , C. - -W . I , if of .. . C l N 1.- . WALTERS 81 WALTERS DRUGS. BOOKS. STATIONERY Shoe Repairing The Progressive shop 5 Vs r p WALL-PAR W, AND PAINTS , ,Qi , it Q ffl . HI fl., MWWWVQMWIWMJ "I aww' ,, 'M Z jig ,,,,,,,.,aw,? 5 4 I ,llii ,ng ff' ' 2 i 22 Q, X g 1',,3', f 3 1 Q f if I NAPPANEEQW 7 A i e - - X 'ig ,N ,, a ir--if- M - lf ? ' lsr - -1+ V N - A an T J mwlxsijiy .X Q7 V4 fl 'tn My ,iv l .ff ,l I Jan' : M b q s: . tHf'5.r:M,,Mfi . ,,,. , ,,Gu a- J fjigh, Y chosen. mometer regis eri '- 1. ' V . 'Z ., 5 Ep f""f1Q"'1':'1'fc:7p, Q " A ' ,i ' -- - U i . A Q' - 3 if - We f A OIQY ww f l iito Indianapo- Jan- 25-Ida r lakes an,1mpQrtaDl h0II?1C, d1SC0V ff ,LN.--W,.,.i,s,,4 if ,H - . at 4 V that is, a molec . Q--Q-'-- H E 5 , c' 1 . , oo.W rl if eeeieo M e1" 3 r ' , - 1 1 i day- T ooe' f1iffliifli-ii'--1-f-gf-4?i'if 1 f 4eb.f6-Rev. Metzxefriieonaumiichapel. partjan' 27-The momingx after- 3' 'Seni9?'Sopl?9?i?re' ' ,'.7 .FebQ,7i-MrfRuclnnan 'gfives a very interesting dis- Jan. 30-A representative from North Manchester talks to the Seniors during history period. Jan. 31-The faculty thinks that everyone is bril- liant for they say that all .that is necessary to make ex- cussion of how wood pulp is made in the manufacture of paper. Feb. 8-Bunk and Paul give very clever object talks in speaking class. emptions is an average of 95! Feb. 9-We got the blues, the spring time blues! i f' 3 L ' g1FPX'7hY Q' Page Ninety-six i s Exe!! oooo ,,,,,,-rr,,- , , oooooo I I, WMM, RQ is . 4' j All Branches of Insurance G'eeZj'ff,, l Automobile Hail I Crop Insurance c Plate Glass l I Explosion l Fire and Lightning Workman 's Compensation W indstorm I T. J. Prickett 8: Son x I 1 I Strongest Companies Nappanee, Ind. I J Reeds Garage 1 Automobiles and Automobile Supplies , Repairing a Specialty 1 f NAPPANEE. INDIANA The OUTH IDE GROCERY Groceries of all kinds, Candies, Chewing Gum, Soda Pop, Tablets. Kite Strings for the School Boys and Girls. T. C. LESLIE 356 South Main St. Phone 149 L. A. MORRISON D. C. CHARLOTTE MORRISON D. C. Morrison Sc Morrison Chiropractors I Chiropractic Will Make You Well NAPPANEE. INDIANA PHONE 125 OFFICE 206 N MAIN STREET X fx for .. . I oooo of o o .args 'Oil ...... I X xvxs NX ix ff N , .... Kg 1 WN Q 7 Q9 'N Yu INDIANA ENGRAVING can I , A w ' I i , I Y I 1, e' ,' I x E 1 i 1 E I 5 Q pf wfjf mf' N i X 3 Q mx 5 x 0 A - 1 I ii Y f Aff 2 1 ' .M f 4 Hffii f i ff' QI l W 1-Q1 4 , i i 'M-5 EEEQXSRSX , fl I 3 U U A . . ..... : l g , 1 P 'f f q V, 'H W A I ' T1 'l m 1' 3 fmmf' I ' 1 Pham dd .-new If m?1'4N?:f iii ff gi b ENGRAVING zfggggxgnlta l , Wg , Y'Y'- 5 b X Q, NIQKELKSTEEL TYPES : - il EEQQBSSING mes - i 1f 5 Q 35 A ' "f""" ' M' x'n" M"""lQ--' V N ' "-M X P ki , , ,, W, F . 4,7 f- Pug N t Zhi Q r Y .J + E ku I 'I -.XV x kk"-.X ,""- '- V ' xx I . X ,Q 5 1 N ,- M, -WT w im , l w,2i1.,.,fff , , 'f M 1 i g " ' ' ' gfix 5 + , . if ff if 1 1 ' lv M iliiig , if A ., ,.,. .. 1 H5 - if V I ig MMT? V .I Y V A , . z '2 ., , .', . . oseph H. Groslz kd Nappanee, Indiana +63 - C93 kt f 4:EPlPx X- ' gm J N fa n Motorcycles and Bicycles o SCHOOL DAYS i They cement many lasting friendships. Soon 4 you and your classmates Will take different roads, and it may be years before some of you meet again. . . V Sporting Goods, I N Xe ,, ' Q s ' L Each your friends should have your pho- F 3 f oy,f ,y 3 A on so s.,o, ff ' gigograph .,s, y f 'O remembrance 1 an , Sofrillrihkss i f ,,,, ,W ,,,, ., ,i,,,,,,, W, ,, ,,,,,, . .,,N , ,,..,,,. , - , 4 , , , ,.s,,,,M ,,,,0 ,z,, W ,,, .,,ys - V Wg iff, EW ' N -"s 1 f - 'csa - or Q so, you c'fgbe'r'nnghty glad you took 1 '-', . . "3 , , .4 . . 5 -- o cetar c ,cthslscrriehans Qftlgeeplngoallvetthes memor1es of your y 1 i i I I, za -4 XZHWZ .2 E ' Z I A yvy. 4, ,. ,,.,s,,.,.,,. .,,, ,, Q f,,,y gray 17' g s Is, S u 10 now s Tax? S? ' U 31 a Zfzii ave how v s a if 3, , 2 3 , 2 LM, 1 ' M 2 3 2 Z, ,.,.,,, 26 3 if 'man Hom EJ , I K V ,. ,,yL o s Wy 5 Q p, . It L y BAGBY PHOTO COMPANY I I A South Bend, Indiana B The portraits, groups and interriors used in Phone 211 this annual were made by us. ,7 N 4 i N 0531 5 ' 3 xp? Pau ' U H d Q X QQ F Q P Feb. 10-Friday once more. Two days off duty. Feb. 13-Lincoln program-in honor of him who . saved the union. Feb. 14-St. Valentine's day. A prominent Junior receives three M Also several Seniors use chloroform in- 1 A J. S. SLABAUGH, M. D. I EYES TESTED stead of HCL almovstf put thle- lab. workers to , 'X ,XGLASSES FITTED Sleep- X A . j, f ' Ph 11347 t ' 258 N. Mai.. st Feb. 15-Stanlesxgb I iloquizi s on, Cifftain Ulovenl. H.. ii, HAPPANEFI 155, b0b-hai?-"img M ' A ' Qi -f 'A'V . t A ,, . . , .. N A!! W VZVZVV A ,slag 1 , . gg! ,YVV ' Febl ,A e 'e V 4 1 place ' V i Apr 'iid V?x33, f.5 fg MW M gr' I , ,,,., .,.. , doorway, 3' W N' ig. .,Q,1,,f ,.fg,Qi:, pa, FK my fi"f,f'1J 1 o ,A so 1' bmi' gg, 'f.1:........f ..... fel-' A Aa if 051' , A . p, 2 I oh f f ' ,E t ' Feb iii: t t .. .. S i fig ig a.r . . .. gaining and Feb. ...unk,eulQzizes...Qn. ...area Xplore .9 A-au!-N 2 A ...Q ' 2 . l l Febg 2 . W . ' E' Feb. 22-Eighth rlll "" .V , .. Feb. 23-Paul went to hear Opie Reed last night and The Tailor and Re airer this morning he comes to school with a "Wo1ly top." P Feb 24-Winfred comes home from the Atwood game with a pair of wooden legs. Tuif luck, old sport! At The Central Bfllfbel' SIIOP C5 - QEEZD M Page One Hundred One 'f"--'ri'----'M '---f-M-- :NH ---------- ...., Qi Q f,-...N -Y , ff-xi e ,e eeee 5 Qd'fi!Co111Jes Bros. 6? Zoole THE JUDGE Ei ofthe merits of PERFECTION blended patent end i 1 , 1 A 1 i w 1 r i 4 A-ONE hard wheat patent flour is i The House Wife Who Bakes' i 9 e i i The e Q i Home ef the i r g A i You takeno chance in using either brand because if i -wines vii i i e e , 9 6 c e ' r l A 3 e n,,,, , 5 E , ' I, f Are not satisfied regurn the flour to your dealer ii i ' , in W e e i andiiget yoiir money back in full ' i E MILLED BY N 5 o 0 :N I Nappcmee Mzllzng Co. Nappanee, Indiana Millers of Quality Flour W3 R93 PM,N-,,,m,e.,,e.---,-----. i.-..--e-e,,--.,.w--.--. , X E be i .- A . A . e e and e i Mi iii: H 1 I K'-Q NX L L P E 35 ffh Qffll L T J 2" .1 Y - 1 V BRUNSWICK Q VICTOR 14 "77wf , 1 7"' A 1 4 L PHONOGRAPHS M ONQQQ ,N N , AND 1,55 RECORDS ' , Le11111a11 Ml1SiC Store v H. 11. BECK, Proprietor "Musical Merchandise " N NAPPANEE, INDIANA L FURNITURE OF DISTINCTION i GULBRANSEN AND CABLE E PIANOS i , PLAYER ROLLS Lehman Furnzture Store 1 Prop- Nappanee POPULAR SHEET MUSIC :Lx-L L N , .LLL L4 LEL L, 4,-k SVS! N PL'P ' X3 L L N."1Q' ..:1.-.-..,E,, -.. ,, , ,J ,, 1 L ll 1 irr.f..L Xxxivl Feb 27 Mr Young sings a solo in the as sembly this morning Feb 28 B B boys go to South Bend t Mar 1 All set for the tournament Mar. 2 For several days Jesse Best has been very ill but is now said to be feeling better. Nov. 3-Tournament starts. Play Elkhart the first thing. Matinee The Man Without a Country Mar. 6-N. H. Sq. has lost one of its most pop- M I-.1-3: .f. K z 'K t Stuck l here s a World of difference 1n silo doors Before you buy a silo find out how big the doors are. Nappanee Seal-tite Silo Doors are real doors. The door openings meas- ure 22 inches across which is about 6 7 -f' as li it-ff . BQ t. fQQQ,..--f llii ifffi:Q.-.-.fmilfflf.i7ff7QKQxa -ag u ' R. -w::,j, 1 N- . . T 1. U ' V .1 ' i 5 ' 1 ' ' 0 -.1 '.-.-.' : 5 -1::f- V 9 I .I practice for the tournament. 3 S s 5 l - K l 525:-2522 PIQN it , za ' i s l f u K4 L X -J ,453 . '-' , . i , iii mm 1 L I x , Y I l 3 I I " V 1 l E I " s I ll w lr l ular young men. Jesse Best passed away today inches wider than the average. There's f 3 - I 4 K . no chance of tearing your clothing or - E fiftel fl Severe Illness of Several Weeks- getting "stuck" in a Nappanee door with your heavy winter clothes on. 5 Y Let me tell you about the many other time and labor saving features of Q 11 Mar. 7-School Seems to feel Jessifs absence the Nappanee Silo,. such as the Double Anchor System-the Seal-tite Silo . , , , doors that are air tight and will not warp,-the safe and sane ladder con- Very keenly and 15 f'9m9mb9I'1nI-T hlm 33 3 UUE struction, the heavy metal door fasteners,-the hip roof rafters that give friend. more room and so on all throughout. 3 Send a post card or phone me for the Nappanee catalogue - the biggest i . and. finest silo catalogue ever printed. Mar. 8-School dismissed for the funeral. kflgoglaggljeff gguig CQJPY ffef- r The entire H. S. turns out to pay their respects. Wme and ask font' KD-1065 Mar. 9-Eldon finds a little mouse and lilies to tease the girls. Mar. 10-Bunk likes perfume so he carries a yi dried herring with him Where ever he goes. :N fir 4 .4 1. A e M,,,..,. .,.., M Q My g N M me ,AFP-l ff it " "" A s " .ff . - f ..... it My a 1 V If W lf.. Q X Y .., , , . ...,, ... .. - 5 . " " s....x .,..,-,.,, ,, , -, . l'.1-v Hue llxrviflf-mi lkmr George Freese's Sons Rapp Brothers K X x . K- ' -. ' K, , , IIlIAKfEfi'I-IE FANMKSUS I kk-I V F ' I ,, S37w7776e-xGa7'llg3 p. f I I I , I S W I Q ,", ff-' -I ,jf .J5f' f,f ,, ,, ,M .M ' ,I lI,I"I'Q, I IEP and if I " f - I 4 f I' NTi?I"'W M7 ,' ' IIII I ' , Butter, Eggs ' 1 H PHONE 10 NAPPANEE INDIANA NAPPANEE INDIANA CQ Cmb x. I- fl X f Xl X "' me ceo MRS. LILLIE A. JOHNSTON - FLORIST l th j fx XXL 6'ufFlowersj Plants in,S?dson ' Bulbs and Shrubs Ordered f R. WHEN YOU HAVE A GIFT T0 CH00 E To meet your wishes and desires is the ideal of our business. : We have no end of beautiful things in our special "Gift Shop." X A gift from our stcgte is more than a fieeting remembrance- it is a permanent expression of-lqye and friendship, exemplifying to the fullest gictent "Gifts that Last." 1 , ,,rr i,QgfQQQQ,s r E. iNiEW,COMER,, 8z SON ,illl 1 r 'JEWEI-ERS f PHONE 1-56 t ' l't' llfiSfANXi WATCHES SILVERWARE DIAMONDS I ,r ,,,r,.rrr.i,i,.. J r l s r r eefs ' O O ' NAPPANEE. ,INQ-IANA, OFFICE PHONE 60 A DENTIST NAPFANEE. lND!ANA K' X 1 4 3 Q Page Una' Hundred Six f , I I I i I i I I I I i F NN WHIP M 1 Z Q95 MJ QD PHONE B4 MODERN Ali SANITARY F-as I I I ! 'i ! HUFFMAN BAKERY I JACOB 0. KANTZ WI BREAD, ROLLS AND PASTRY an Biock Attorney-at-Law Nuvplne - I I Q I I ' ' 4 I g w. A. PRICQIIAI Ei M. D. RRICE FLAPPER I Q f DRS. PRICE PRICE 'III II AAA I R I i OFFICE AND HOSPITAL ' BLOSSER SHOE STORE I NAPPANE INDIANA "The Bostonian Store" f' C2511 --f gsxzg I A fx xv T A AUDITORIUM and CRYSTAL THEATERS N T 2FJ8EE'L'5.." 3 K ,T X - N , 0 X X- .f g. A x X ' X . , xx' 1 I hi, T Q. me 2 Q 43:9 3 I N .. ' " '! 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R who pp amtus b X u X X I M Ni ,X QXDea1ers in rellialole Radio Apparatus 'sc e ' -V ' M -ji sf -c ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS, i e r a - I a aa Co 1 V 5 vvfry, U !l,, ' wwf, . , f'fv:7?7,1fWf'7g1Z21gfg:1'7'W"'tLT''gl " "A" V,,, 'A ,a at r 'f 'f Q , r f,aa l X 5 A V We f'a" - Pj: PIQPEN, Raclio Engineer I I Marek A 6W1E', i57'5lS ,a,,,a a .?Z3f4-Sprinbzais 31121 gyeryone feels it. A I stated by a tor Z I 1 , Iva: ff-f ffvvl az" X h, ,jj f.,,.!',f,,.iff 5 .CZ 'f Z ' A ' ay' I March Z - - E air ta may out solglf aya 2M31'Ch 27-Publi?Spsakinga.classspulls off a mock Phuf that hethi slgmle-dab "A f -amrff "4- W , ri 'furor the benefiii 0 ithe fschoor f M h,35 yn avi Yr it V" W i 3 arc ll , 3, 3, hzgiul, ul t d ,in 1, a t N Marcmge Ass 'bl Ab.-,pp d u owed aaafa fn, glvlgirc igesp all revfesen savvanee Senior class pl a in . , ,.a.a. -S rj 4-hy, 1 - ,fab os en ,to-nights in the discussion league. March 1"7a.Sf, ,Patricks day and, every 01123 lggks March 29-Paul lost, but cheer up for he will have - green and If-ishy, l W Q.-fp S 'A 4, another chance next yeart March 20-Mr. Young conducts chapel as he thinks " March 30-Reverend Detweiler as an example of I that the students need a lecture. good public speaking gives a reading from the book, March 21-Stanley is right in style as he is wearing "Quo Vadisf' a pair of guloshes. April 3--A little bug becomes the admiration of the March 22-N. H. S. Band gives a forty minute pro- Seniors in the assembly room. gram. They're doing fine. . April 4-Went to South Bend. 5- 4 Page One Hundred Nine W- -- 1. .. , .flf x Q, +8 , Q I .Q N ' X xx H' J, .'.. ,-'- -g-nk' v D ' N5 ku. X I The Hartman ros. f QomPanl , I , ,4., Q '- ,, ' ' Q' I ,V ,,,,, ., 1 AA"' 2 .WQMLM M 1 1- . W3 T xd ' T 5 -f rf i ,,,, ,, 1L""' x3 ff ,!,f' 'wil'.,,, .,,lV , ,f ,,,,, M, ,,,,,,,,....,- f 'W ?"'A'fW t e 1 + e5114fQgh,d.1Q h Hm-Q L 1 , ., ,. A, ., A ,,,,,.. . 1' 4.4.42 ' ' 7 - MM, . fri-A . , 5 A L. - ,..,.-,..:-,,,.,,--,.,...,-7.-,.,,4,., .,.,-- ' , 4 N C93 f afrwg Page One Hundred Ten gym QQQi?Z2m,AmWAA,M-AAQQ 5 w Z P' - Q 6390 Z cn Q n: 4 1' 7 A Q F 1 I OA 0 ' 4 . , L1 , l - E ' ' ., V"1',QQL ,,,,,' 'Llg " "fA 'W E eeZeEE?7e 2EAAA Re , eW99909 e e l ' . , 5 ANEE, A e e A ' A A A I Prosperity and fhivabflify to sabe go Zlllfidiif? J , ' f 7 FRA1QgfEg0g P gg APE S ' Ifyou would have the former, 'then cultivate the ' GEORGE FREESE l ,mn HARRY R. GREENE IR NOAH A. LEHMAN CHARLES MUTSCHLER KH6 ADTOSPBTS 1'IZOSf ZUh0 3617268 b0Sf,, CLAUDE R, STQQPS 0 Z. FRANK COPPES, PRES. CHAS. MUTSCHLER. VICE-PRES. FRED E. COPPES, CASHIER xi A f LE X ,J DUNHAM sf LOVE RESTAURANT y THE REXALL STORE ' ' SHORT ORDERS A SPECIALTY. 4 CIGA TOBACCO at ICE CREAM Do S -,R A dak 1- B3llfillS,f 4, ge, - W.e,Q,.,1 ffvfyfl R Q S 'lfa J gill? : me 1 ' 0 , KE.. 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EAT AT THE ---the more you tell the more you sell l CLUQ RESTAURANT L T K K . , I , - xl ,-.1 ' Q f 1 f 'x x. . v 9 'Q' T l T"'4 ee XM A A A 5 il T I .Agar piitrlomsge ,is i ?g,i,W ,,.W ,. TT, , 2 ,2 'E M 1 5 I, I U G A . D ..-f , , V2 ,,A,,A, ' p..l,.M.,f,f M, '51 QQ if 1 .m,.,, M, ,,,,.,,,.,f,.,.. V . 5 iff f i' ' ld -, z E ll T l ' hlmig medwm of I e l f ' therri llndia 'a Most everxlblappanee mer- M E i S Du Q F aslweg asf dw: E s o mg Qyyns use 'y X '. .".' so ll , 1 ,. A I ,- ,.,T, ,,T,, ,..,A , , T. T' X , ,ii TATAW ,,TN, T ,TTTT TTTTT,TT, 5 ,TTT 7. .,-. 'i 1 1 i ' 'EK X ' 5 ' A f I IQ, -,A. ,,,-A V, 4 . ., , 1,,.., ....., I, 7..--QL i W Q I """"" ""ff'Lff'f .. , ' W , ,f"'fI' ',"A ' K, ' 1 4' Aj - Z - ., , I , , A. ',-' 'l Q ' 5.-xii Q - ' '- ' ' ' - ' 'A ' l..,,..K. ,'m:.'. ,L.,,5 . WILL LAPE 0.11255 Savmg Bargains As Well as all the news of Nappanee and vi- cinity you should read the Advance-News. K LEILN ' " .. X a ll 2 I . s 1 1 i l 1 Y Q , - v I. 5 , 1: ff 1 asg,Epi'gp ' A at ff ' M M ' WV mm imwwllimgm A M l mn? Q' E anus? 1 ,i Q 1flflD01"f6l1flf l 5 ! 1 I 1 "Looks good, fits Well, lasts long." That's the i- simple story of Kuppenheimer Good Clothes. A1- Ways an investment in good appearance-always a safe and sound investment in economy. N , 1 5 The name of the maker is your assurance for style, quality and service-and good value for the 5 price you pay. A new exhibit awaits you here-a variety of , 5 models, and each one distinguished for grace and 5 smart style-made to the fifty-year tradition of Kuppenheimer quality standards. KOCN I Z'S i rro, r -the house of Kuppenheimer good clothes es.x.aco. y 4 A V y r ,X p p Ag U fit e r X YY l':1gv Um' ilulicllwfi lullfllw .' 1 l 21? will IV -A A 7 5 - , ,M ,A -W N-may ' 'il Vi 1 l I April 5-Prof. Young gives a private entertainment y 5, i li M to about 16 Juniors and Seniors. i i l A l E April 6-Spring. Yea. E E i f pl MANU FACTURERS April 7-Base ball team plays Middlebury and gels l l 5 2 beat, too. A ' April 10-Yoder wears a yellow daffodil. Who was I A she, O. J? Art Glass, Overlay and Silk Shades y 1 April 11-Review for tests. ' I y l Portable and Floor Lamps April 12--Paul and Pete fire off some gunpowder' l R l ' and are politely asked to leave the room. Ain't that l . .1 L' ht' F' l - f l an lg Ing lx UYCS nice? .l l f April 13-An old classmate visits the school again- i Paul Beck. April 14-Good-bye I'm going to press Monday. So i l l sorry to leave you but it is absolutely necessary. Nappanee Indiana -IDA WEAVER. i 1. l i R 'S ,fi Qi K6 gs is Q - QQ NAPPA EE BATTERY STATION Distributors of the Ray Batteries, the only battery carrying a 2-year unconditional guaran- tee, all makestof batteries repaired and recharged. We also handle the old reliable -line of Kolgomo 'tires and tubes, vm 'carry as complete line agall 1897--THE FAMOUS---1922 "GOSHEN'S GREATEST MEN'S STORE" Selling the customer is but a small part of the program in building up a business. Satisfying him is a far greater asset. X For twenty-five years "The Famous" has been building an un gible, buft pricelessg asset-GOOD WILL--by selling honest merchandise AI prices thaxt include only a fair profit. We refund . . . I 11 'f 'bbl . s. times. Come in Whether ou bu orrliot. , moneywlgl llzlafqi? e A N, .,f, . . V5 Wd'-W.. , V ,u i ll.. .. K .i It ,gi .IM , V 3 I ,I H A -'vp A f , .nh W- I Azli ' ANT" J EL" Q' ,, I WWA , ,EA 'L WM, g A If . 2 if if -1 fl A Ha Q . .... .... ,i2z2ra.a.f'r - Q A , y THEIET t L. ' 1 ' Mis A ESD A 1 va UNTANT .'-. ....,:...4..A . . AQ - f- ig ' ? ! 4AzD,4.,gD..No .L QQL .4 1- ..,. Off I :- l f ll OJQLLEGE J V, L rg en a fi! -iw E E 1-,Q .A A.. 'A I H. Hbmbs ?if9fi?'ff' ' . , E... .5 B-.. 1 , g1?fTFhH'N?F1""a1 A' -of A- C- S9 . i-f. taughti Rural and Gradfed'SCh601. - - f .h A QxA,,:i of 1, . ' E Employment facilities FREE. il, :., Special classes for teachers of experience. Special classes for review of the common branches. Send for catalog giving dates of registration T ELIZA A. BLAKER, President. 23rd and Alabama sts. INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA ' Intensive, short cut methods save from lk to 94 the time re quired in most other schools. Write, call, or telephone for catalog and full particulars. THE SOUTH BEND BUSINESS COLLEGE SOUTH BEND, INDIANA Z' X -C95 f - 3 --- --C54 l'.1gI-'Uno llunglrcd Sixteen Qi.. xKlII9?! IQ, THE PUBLIC SAVINGS INSURANCE C0. 0F AMERICA I The Quality Print Shop FRANK A. REHRER, Prop. We do high grade printing at the lowest possible prices consistent with good worlz. 001945 AND SEE Us U 4 ff' QM ' ,,,:' V, ff' W f. f V, 4, 'ff' 'PHONE NOV. 8 ' Home Oflice L, Indianapolis, slndiana Ordinary Insurance for children. Our specialty S500 to 52500, I guaranteed in 10, 15 or 20 years. Also all forms-including double I indemnity and monthly income for adults. A I "A Strong Company" with more than 350,000,- P 000 in the State of Iriolaana alone. I I . ' , ' ' :ez , l, qvjey 7 gjzg, Phone. 343 A C P ,He 'I at x ,V , I Xi, on 3 M,inif-LQ,DE1AR,DWQREE.,gFe1:,Qpe,..J IWW ,,,,, W ,,., " I . 'M' W" V TW ' T "m" 1 TM W' fa, E Y I fl. A I .Speozalty of un ay, ,m7261fS-A A f I 1 ,, ,,,., N, HW, . , f - that Elkhart has an exolusive Boyfs, Store? f . L A x . , H , ,, . J, , ,. 4 V Eiierything for boys'1 to 18 years old. Suits, Top Coats, Underwear, Hosiery, Wash Suits, Play Suits, Over- alls, Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Collars, Neckwear and Of- 'ficial Boy Scout Outfitters. I Best Line of Cigars in Town f , SCHULT'S BOYS STORE I Give Us ,I T,-gal Nappanee, Ind, 607 Main St., Near Monument. ' it E K R 1 -Ns J In, Hn III Ir d Sou-nh-4-I1 Qin.. ...-- Q3 CUN GRA TULA TI ONS D To tlae Senior Class of 'QQ whose splendicl efforts have macle tlais Annual possible. It is an aclaivement which ang School mag well be proucl oi. I WE ARE PLEASED - To have laacl the privilege of printing this book, so that at least in an indirect . I I I 1 Wag, we coulcl have a share in making it a great success. In cloing this work we have encleavorecl to demonstrate again our policy F of giving I Q Quality Printing with Good Service at Moderate Price. E. IZ PUBLISHING HOUSE NAPPANEE, INDIANA K' 'CED a germs-3 - -' AQ Pug 0 e Hundred Eighteen 1' I.. , :S 'f X J"'K 1, 1 1 1 l I , I . vw- ' ily. . 4 A ,f r , f if , n I ., Y- S- A 1 ' 1 . 1 ' E n s. , ,, ,, M. , K , A 1 s w 'A 1 J' -nn 4 1 r 3 1 J w "ah , y- ., ' ' T: K 1 ,zyifi I . . - - K . 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