New Albany High School - Senior Blotter Yearbook (New Albany, IN)

 - Class of 1923

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Honor to the Black and Crimson, Banner held so dear, It will lead us to our triumph Cheer old High School, cheer. xxxxxuu llllllf!! 19 HE SHIIUR 1.9776 22 T0 MISS KIRK You laughed with us When we were glad You sympathized When we were sad You never shirked You did your part You won a place In every heart. To show how we appreciate This book to you we dedicate. H. E. W. xsxwixxx llllllf!! 1911-az sauna : H en al Paul Cullen .... Arthur Thro .... Lena Board- ,... -----------Printing. - .... Mechanical Drawing - - - Physical Education Iva Wfeybright ..... ......... i- Xssembly Charles Richards ........ Roger Phillips ......... Florence Day-- - Irma Pritz .... -Manual Training Physical Education ---------French ----Latin I .eota Rusk ------.-----.--.----. History Trella VVood ---- Shorthand and Typewriting Elizabeth Hieb--English and Social Science Neva Bakewell -.------------------. Latin Dudley Campbell ------ Physics and General Science. H. A. Buerk ---- ---- S uperintenclcnt Cordelia Smith --.- ------- E nglish C. B. McLinn ---. Roy Daniel ----. Emma McClain ----- Bernice YVatson ---- Grace Carroll ---- Belle Genung ----- Alice Funk- - - Edith Bird -------.- Clarence Rodgers-- ------Principal -- --Auto Mechanics --------English ------History - - - - - - -Mathematics Home Economics -------------Botany ---French and English -Chemistrv and General Science - Ivan Kelly .--- ------- li Iathematics Nora Montfort--- -.-..----. Art Irene Graybrook--- ---Mathematics John H. Thomas-- ---- Social Science Bertram Heckel---- -------- Music xxxxwux llllllffl 7 SENIOR BLOTTER BOARD Northcote lIcKamy Leo Leist-Editor-in-Chief. James Baxter-Sports. lllartha Hopkins-Editor-in-Chief. Pat Jones-Art. Elizabeth Richard-Photos. lllaurice Kahl-Photos. Helen Green Pierce Seal llildred Helbig-Photos. James Bloore-Jokes. Helen Short-Class Prophecy. Roberta Smith-Art. Paul Grimes-Art. Beau-ice Diedl-ich Jacob Dowerman-eJokes fnot in lllelvin B01'gG1'dlHgLBUSlllCSS Blanager, PiCl3U1'Cl- James Noyes-Business Manager. Jewett Hull. CLASS OFFICERS Pat Jones-President. Helen Green-Secretary. James Noyes-Vice-l"resident. Harry Darneal-Treasurer. 8 19 HE Sf ? 1 773 3 fm Er ff'-595 Q-5 Ah . h 1 'A' 1 Xxyq?'2 1 9 5 r my 2 'ka Kas:-E , f yl J-1.5271555.3.-.4-:.:.:.'.-.-.Q-:'s:g2,:3b .4 I ,I 1 I I ., - ' . 9: 535: ,UB-+ . Q2 X Q V I .,1Q.:.Q53'.'nns-:1'.?-.a??veit'aw-'.-.-'-.-.35 , i - , N 4,-:fee-zasfze:-:+:5 V -s-- ' XX X Lf" Af- wffyl , WY' , .. ff '11 K 7 gf g gi' -:pp 1 ,, 44,9 4. Nmyix ' I 1. f. ,A .,,.7--Tv. "N fri' Q - L ,gigs "kwa i Q , QHAYYVVQ . v ' W .1 .- 4 ,ig 'ZA " ,., 5 2635366625 1 V ,w X . RYQOQBOX QQQ Q yogi, K w H V A .-P .' B QAQAQ. m..,, vgL 1l 'I 5.1. S Y, f..,,:,l,,, . 5 sffcxozv 1 ' ig - ' ' f ' '73 gg, Ah- - 'SEQBBQESS -AMEX 333 ,f Z v ,,gg:::::gpQ :g:5,,yQQJ5::5:w :1 .22 misses. -4 'f-Y . Eoawaw ' My fm-Q , i - Q a f: - 5 A44-vm-w ., Q .,-ff f- .f- 'ls' W U , 5 'hifi 'ff ,- 1 451 . -N NW. xg: lq- ,- .,:. v7 .,.uu.d, K ,l, FQULQQQM X . QA -.. chfyycpa ' glvagsmm l nikki xwbll ' "' -' --sl, -Yi, . Q" x . xxxxwux llllllffl PAT JONES QPatj President Senior Classg VVranglersg K. O. K.g Senior Blotter Boardg Com- mercialg S. S. S.g Band and Orchestrag Boostersg Blotter Boardg Class play. HELEN GREEN wig Gi,-ly Speakersg Balbancansg F. F. F.g Commercialg Boostersg Senior Blotter Boardg Secretary Senior Class, Class Play. MARTHA HOPKINS CSi.-rj Senior Blotter Boarclg Speakersg Otyokwag Sodalitas Latinag Legio Decimag F. F. F.g Boostersg Com- mercialg Blotter Boardg Class Playg Choral Club. LEO LEIST fHammerj Senior Blotter Boardg S. R. S.3 K. O. K.g S. S. S.g Boostersg Dramaticsg Choral. MAURICE KAHL CHawlcj Wranglers 3 K. O. K. 3 Sodalitas Latinag S. R. S.: Senior Blotter Boardg Boostersg Blotter Boardg Commercial 3 Drama Classy Class Play. ' ALICE JOHNSON qume Bitj Speakersg Balbancansg Sodalitas Latinag Boostersg F. F. F.g Commer- cialg Choralg Class Play. RUSSELL KELSO QFatsj Commercial: Wranglers: S. S. S.: K. O. K.: Football: Basketball: Class Play. ELIZABETH BEERS QPinkeyj Speakers: F. F. F.: Boosters: Blotter Board: Drama Class: Class Play. ROBERTA SMITH fBertj Speakers: Balbancans: Senior Blot- ter Board: Boosters: Commercial: Class Play: F. F. F. JAMES BAXTER Uimj Vlfranglers: Senior Blotter Board: K. O. K.: S. R. S.: Football: Basket- ball: Boosters: Class Play. RUSSELL PEARCE CNMP V Wranglers: K. O. K.: S. S. S.: Football: Baseball: Boosters: Drama Class: Choral: Class Play. ELIZABETH RICHARD ' , qmzy Speakers 3 Otyokwa: Sodalitas Latina: Legio Deeima: Boosters: F. F. F.: Commercial: Senior Blotter Board: Blotter Board: Class Play: Choral. BRADLEY BEGGS QBra0lj S. R. S.: Esotericsg Boosters Choralg K. O. K.g Class Play. JULIUS CROXALL gmuep Sod alitas Latina g Balbancans Speakers 5 Boosters 3 Commercial Orchestrag F. F. F. HELEN SHORT fblhortyj Speakers 3 Otyokwag Boosters 3 Senior Blotter Boardg F. F. F., Choral and Glee Clubg Class Play. JEWETT HULL Qlewj Sodalitas Latina: Commercialg State Typewriting Contestg K. O. K.g Orchestrag Footballg Class Playg Boostersg Choral. , PAUL GRIMES fSquattyj Wranglersg S. R. S.g Comlnercialg French Clubg K. O. K.: Senior Blot- ter Boardg Blotter Board: Class Play. CATHRYN' TRAUTMAN C K ittyj Speakersg Balbancansp Boosters 5 Dramatic Clubg Orchestrag F. F. F.g Class Play. HERBERT LOWE QHerbj Latin Clubg French Club: Commer- c:.i1g K. o. 14.5 s. s. s. MILDRED HELBIG CTootsj Speakersg Otyokwag Commercialg F. F. F.g Senior Blotter Boardg Boostersg Choral Clubg Blotter Board. HELEN WELLS Speakersg Balbancans: Sodalitas Latinag Boostersg Drama Classg Blot- ter Boardg F. F. F.g Choral and Glee Clubg Class Play. HARRY DARNEAL fRedj Sodalitas Latina: S. R. S.g Boost- ersg S. S. S.: Treasurer Senior Class: K. O. K.g Commercialg Choral Clubg Class Play. MELVIN BORGERDING fHamj K. O. K.g Student Manager of Athleticsg Senior Blotter Boardg Basketballg Band and Orchestrag Boostersg Class Play. ELLEN BLACK fBIackiej Commercialg F. F. F.g Glee Clubg Boostersg French Clubg Balbancans. PIERCE SEAL fWa1'blerj W,ranglersg S. S. S.j Legio Decimal Commercialg Boostersg K. O. K. Senior Blotter Board. GERTRUDE RAILEY CG'ertiej JOSEPHINE MORGA floej Choral Club. WELMAN SHRADER QOld Topj Wranglersg K. O. K.g Orchestra. MORTON WOLFE Clllortyj Sodalitas Latinag Commercial. DOLLIE VVYMAN Sodalitas Latinag Commercial. I JAMES NOYES fDocj Wlranglersg Senior Blotter Boardg K. O. K.Q S. S. S.g Sodalitas Latinag Boosters 5 Vice-President Senior Class. IRMA MAY DOME Speakers g Balbancansg French Clubg F. F. F.g Boostersg Commer- cialg Class Play. BEATRICE DIEDRICH fBeaj Speakersg Otyokwag Commercialg State Typewriting Contestg Dramatic: Senior Blotter Board: Boostersg F. F. F.g Class Play. RALPH GRAYBROOK fG'ravyj French Clubg Boostersg S. R. S.9 K. O. K. JAMES MOORE fStum10j Vlfranglersg K. O. K.g Boostersg S. S. S.3 Senior Blotter Boardg Choral Clubg Class Play. MARY GREEN ' fGreeniej F. F. F.: Commercialg Boosters. GEORGE SHRADER K. O. K.: S. R. S.3 Boostersg Com mercial. TESSIE NIRMAIER fTes.s-Q Legio Decimag Sodalitas Latina: Otyokwag F. F. F.: Commercial: Class Play. MARY ELLEN SHINDLER QM. E. sg Sodalitas Latinag Otyokwag F. F F.g Legio Decimag Commercial. JOHN MCKAMY fLong Boyj K. O. K.g Footballg Baseball. CHARLES KENDALL CCue-Ball, K. O. K.g Band and Orchestrag Sodalitas Latinag Class Play. NELLIE HOUSE fPoZlyj Otyokwag Dramaticsg Boosters: French Clubg F. F. F.g Orchestrag Choral Clubg Commercial. MA URICE GLEDHILL QMarseyj Sodalitas Latina: Boosters: K. O. K.: Choral Club: Commercial: Class Play. NINA AUSTIN French Club: F. F. F.: Boosters' Esoteric. 1 RUTH LEE qzeuzmep French Clubg F. F. F.: Esoteric' Boosters. 1 HOMER LEIST fKookj K. O. K.: Choral Club: Boosters. JACOB DOWERMAN qfakep K. O. K.: Senior Blotter Board: S. S. S.: Commercial: A. B. C.: Dra- matic: Football: Class Play. BEATRICE MORGE CBJ F. F. F.g Balbancans: Boosters: Dramatic: Commercial: Choral Club. KENNETH BROWN fKennyj S. R. S.: Legio Decimag K. O. K. HELEN MITCHELL fHamj Commercial. MILDRED VENNER QMNZJ F. F. F.g French Clubg Commercial. ROBERT MORRIS QBobbyj Wranglersg Drama Club: Boosters K. O. K.g Business Manager Base- ball, '22. BERTRAND TIGHE fBertj K. O. K.g Boosters. VIRGINIA SEABROOK r Uiml' F. F. F.g Commercialg Boosters. JAMES HOGLEN fSki1myj Wranglers: S. R. S.: Boosters: K O. K.3 French Club. JOELLA Fox Uezzyp Parlez-Vousg F. F. F.g Otyokwag Class Play. RUTH GROSS F. F. F.g Otyokwa. ROBERT CLAPP 4130113 Wranglersg K. O. K.g Boostersg Commercial. HUMPHREY MINER Cllumpj K. O. K.3 S. R. S.g Boostersg Com- mercialn JULIA ASHABRANNER Balbancansg French Clubg F. F. F.g Orchestrefsg Glee Clubg Class Play. MERRILL BROWN QB1-o-wniej Commercialg K. O. K.g Boosters. MARTHA OLTMAN fLankj French Clubg Otyokwag F. F. F.: Boostersg Dramag Blotter Board. THELMA MEREDITH Balbancansg Commercialg F. F .F.g Boostersg Latin Clubg Class Play. NORTHCOTE McKAMY CKe-wpiej Wranglersg S. S. S.: S. R. S.3 Com- mercialg K. O. K.g Boosters: Bandg Orchestrag Class Play. JOSEPH LEWELLEN floej Parlez-Vousg Sodalitas Latina Q French Clubg S. R. S.: K. O. K., Boosters. FREDA PROSSER Sodalitas Latina g Balbancansg Boosters: F. F. F.: Choralg Class Play. JOHN CALLAHAN fDocj K. O. K.g Boostersg S. R. S. AGNES KNOOB F. F. F.g Otyokwa: Legio Decima Sodalitas Latina: Speakersg Boost ersg Commercial. MARY AGNES HUBBUCH Legio Decimag Commercialg F. F. F.g Otyokwag Boostersg French. GILBERT KING CG'ibj K. O. K.g Boosters. EDWVARD KRON UND S. R. S.g Cornmercialg K. O. K. GLADYS KEMP Otyokwag Dramaticg F. F. F.g Boostersg Commercial. LEO SCHAEFER Uwffyb K. O. K.g Commercial. FREDA LANG Speakers: Balbancansg F. F. F.g Sodalitas Latinag Commercialg Choral Club: Boosters. FREIDA YOUNG Legio Decimag F. F. F.g Latin Clubg Otyokwa. DANIEL THOMPSON QDcmj Sodalitas Latinag Commercialg S. R. S. LAWRENCE DILLOW K. O. K.g Boosters. MARY YVOOD Legio Decimag Otyokwag French Clubg F. F. F.3 Commercialg Dra- matics. CECIL DAVIS Cffesej S. R. Sig Bandg Orchestrag K.g Esoteric. ETHEL DOOLEY Sodalitas Latina: Otyokwag F.g Legio Decima. PAULINE BUNCH F. F. F.g Class Playg VVinn Blotter Contest. HAROLD WISEMAN CUHJ K. O. K.g Baseballg Boosters. PAUL CORCORAN fCorkiej K. O. K. AGNES COLEMAN K. O. F. F. er of ERVIN HEAGIE K. 0, K,g Boosters. VIRGIE LEMMEL Commercial. MEREDITH BOHANNAN F. F. F.g French Clubg Commercialg Ensembleg Boostersg Dramatics. VVALTER KAISER QWaltj Senior Blotter Boardg Sodalitas Latina. HERBERT BRYANT QSaltyj Commercialg S. S. S.3 Footballg K. O. K.: Band and Orchestrag Boost- ersg Class Play. EDNA TOOPS Commercial. LAWRENCE WALKER S. R. S.g K. O. K. NELLIE TOTTEN Commercialg Legio Decima. MARY FRANCES JONES F. F. F.g Otyokwag Legio Decimag Commercial. EDWARD CHEAP cw K. O. K.g Blotter Boardg Boosters. KING FEIOCK K. O. K.g Boosters. ANNA LESTER F. F. F.g Ensembleg Boostersg Sodalitas Latinag Orchestrzfs Class Play. VVinner Sapinsky Contest '23. Otyokwag French Clubg F. F. F.: VERNON LOPP CLOPPW S. R. S.3 K. O. K.3 French Club. BLANCHE HUNTSINGER F. F. F.3 Boostersg Balbancansg Commercialg State Typewriting Con- testg Sodalitas Latinag Choral Club. IRMA VOYLES F. F. F.: Commercialg Boostersg Choral Club. JOSEPH VOYLES fJoej Wranglersg S. R. S.: Commercialg Sodalitas Latinag Baseball. JOHN MINER wzufop K. O. K.g Boostersg S. S. S.3 Band and Orchestra: S. R. S.g Dramaticsg Class Play. ' HELEN IRION F. F. F.: French Clubg Commer- cial Q Speakers. FRANCES KEEFER Otyokwa. ,. PEARL GUNN VIRGINIA LEPTIC F. F. F.Q Otyokwag Sodalitas Latinag Choral. GLADYS BENCE MILDRED MARKWELL qzmdgep THELMA KRAUSGILL SARAH KIMBERLIN ROY HEIZER 0 19. HE Sfillik BUFFER is fill: sus . 1. l X l 1: - A W Zilitwfilf t Wg' V 5 Ulf i c '-Hii- We if Tv ,I if K I 5ElllllllwlZlEllllllll l1 llllli-':llllllElllllll X""'llillllllliilllllllwlllllgllllllwilllllllllg' ' 5 lisa, New York, N. Y , May 26, 1933. Miss Helen Green, The White House, VVashington, D. C. Dear Helen: The disappointment, when your letter came stating that you would not be able to come to our reunion of the Class of '23, was felt by every member present- ' The reunion was not only a success but a pleasure as well. Our hearts were made glad when hands clasped once again after an inter- val of ten years. The only drawbacks were the vacant chairs of those too far away to come. Everyone, who did not attend, sent a letter and each letter was read at the big meeting held in the auditorium of the new Higxhg School on Vincennes Street. I will try to give you a minute description of everyone and each event. Our chairman, .Iewett Hull, called the reunion together and read all the letters of the absent ones. Yours happened to be the first one he read. Then came three letters from the missionary fields. One was from Irma Dome, who is a missionary in Chinag Char- les Kendall's letter from India was interesting and Mary VVood told us much of Korea. A letter from the Hawaiian Islands proved to be from Robert Clapp, who was appointed postmaster of the Islands last December. Jacob Dowerman, who owns a large hotel at Key VVest, Florida sent his regrets. When the letters of Lieutenant Morris fBobby, xxxxxuu llllllffl 19 me SQUIER a men 5 you knowj and Captain Bowling were read, the crowd cheered. They told of their experience on board ship, in a very interesting manner. Of course, it was no surprise to hear of the achievement of Cathryn Trautmen, Nellie House, and Welman Shrader, who are studying music in Europe. They were entertaining when quite young. After all the letters were read, each one gave a brief description or talk of their failures or successes during the past ten years. New Albany's leading newspaper was well represented. Right on the front row sat Helen VVells, editor, N. McKamy, sport writer, Martha Hopkins, social editor, and Walter Kiser, cartoonist. You should have seen Mary Green. She is quite a promising designer and wore one of her own creations. Next to her sat Vir- ginia Leptic and Ethel Dooley, who are our humane oflicers. VVho would have thought that out of that big Class of '23 only eight would take up stenography? 'But those eight were there. They are: Beatrice Diedrich, Blanche Huntsinger, Thelma Meredith, Helen Irion, Ruth Gross, Meredith Bohannan, Agnes Coleman and Gladys Bence. One of the best talks of the evening was made by Vernon Lopp. He is a great lawyer and is celebrated all over the South and VVest. One of the most successful men financially, is John,Miner, who owns and operates a chain of movie shows in the Three Falls Cities. He has working under him, as managers and operators, Bradley Beggs, Cecil Davis, L. Dillow, Gilbert King and J oe Lewellen. New Albany boasts of a multi-millionaire, who made his money by a wonderful auto invention. You remember Merrill Brown, I know. He owns the great c'Browns Auto Plantv east of the city and bids fair to out-rival Henry Ford. Several of the old crowd is employed there as,,mechanics, book-keepers and clerks. Those who said they worked for him are: M. Gledhill, H. Lowe, Joella Fox, Irma Voyles, M. E. Shindler, Geo. Shrader and B. Tighe. Just north of the city is the Tourists Camp which has many ex- tensive buildings and garages, controlled by Melvin Borgerding and Humphrey Miner. They have for their assistants the following: Edward Kron, Paul Corcoran and H. VViseman. Also Nellie Tot- ten and Mildred Venner, who take care of the woman tourists. The Grimes-J ones Company was well represented. Dan Thompson, Elizabeth Beers, Julia Ashabranner and Pierce Seal are on the editorial staff. Pat and Paul came too and Pat made a speech which made the old class laugh for he told funny experiences xxxxxxxu llllllffl 197315 Sf!! Y - WH 2 he has had since the time he and Paul made memory books for us girls. Martha Oltman's success has not turned her head one bit. She was there, all smiles as she gave a brief reading of her latest hit-g'If Summer Goes." Lankls book was a howling success and New Albany is proud of her gifted young authoress. Mildred Helbig, who owns the large candy store here attended the meeting and treated the old class with some of those famous "Helbig Chocolates." Tootls store is certainly up-to-date. Roberta Smith is in business with her and manages the branch store in Louis- ville. Freda Prosser, Tessie Nirmaier, M. A. Hubbuch, Julius Croxall and Anna Lester, are teachers in the High School. They were all there and so was the Principal, Maurice Kahl, who stepped right into the place when Mr. lNIcLinn entered the faculty of Purdue. Dr. James Baxter and Russell Kelso gave talks of their exper- ience in Plastic surgery. They have been most successful in their vocation. Elizabeth Richard and Beatrice Morge greeted the old class with glad handshakes. They operate the "Silver Hills Pleasure Parkl' fa rival of Fontaine Ferryj. Our merchants, who are in the dry goods business seemed satis- fied with the way time has treated them. They are L. VValker and Pauline Bunch. Two members of the old class own and control two wholesale drug stores. You, no doubt, remember Homer and Leo Leist. Ralph Graybrook, who owns the largest Dairy Farm in South- ern Indiana, had much to tell us about cows and milk. He has many blue ribbons on his entries at the County Fai1's. By the way, he took us to his farm and I must say we had a wonderful time. Our Mayor, James Moore, who was so jolly at school was there and welcomed us to our reunion. Two trained nurses smiled and mingled with the crowd. Can you guess who they are? Freda ,Lang and Ruth Lee, no one else. Virginia Seabrook and Gladys Kemp, who have a large dress- making establishment in Louisville came and greeted the old crowd. They were dressed in Fashion's latest Mode. Senator Russell Pearce and Representative Harry Darneal of VVashington gave glowing accounts of the capitol. New Albany has another fine hospital. The great surgeon, James Noyes, and his able assistant are in charge. There is also xxxxxuxx llllllffl 31 191515 SSHIIIR Elfffff 5 connected with this new institution John Callahan and six nurses, Alice Johnson, Mary Frances Jones, Agnes Knoob, Dolly Wyman, Freida Young and Helen Mitchell. Our Chamber of Commerce was represented by Roy Heizer and Kenneth Brown, who have done great things for our city. Our coal and coke merchant, Leo Schaefer, greeted us warmly, also Morton VVolfe of the firm of VVolfe and Lowe, manufacturers of concrete blocks. Edward Cheap, who is of the editorial staff of the Louisville Courier-Journal came smilingly in, reminding us of'days gone by. Our reunion came to a close with a banquet at the High School. The old crowd dispersed with vowed intentions of keeping in touch with one another and if possible, to meet again in the future. The benediction was pronounced by the Reverend James Hoglen, of the St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Several of us girls visited the new beauty parlor of Nina Austin and had our hair dressed for the banquet. I am so sorry Helen, you missed the good time at our banquet. Such a lovely time we had, music, Howers, and pretty dresses added beauty to the scene, while the laughter and conversation of the old crowd cheered each and every one present. Just a few words more, I know this is your busy time for your duties as Social Secretary to the First Lady of the Land are very exacting, and I know you are very busy most all the time. But as I have three or four more weeks of vacation, I will stop off to see you on my way home and expect to enjoy my visit immensely. After that then I will go home to resume my work at Short's Emporium. Sincerely yours, Shorty. xxxxxxxu llllllffl 32 o zv fw 19 1315 Sia n N, , A :Ai x , f 'U A -2 K W 3 - iiiv 6 0 ' W 2 -- T -my ' 7 ,., ' 1 x . : is l , , , ff' 4' wu'n'un"f-KJV - 0 f jvfih 1 :bl 1. X f X ff ...A Hy., , Y Q! , H f 2 i m? - Q1 I A f f SSM lELi?CLA 1 1144 X ll" un xXXXx I 1 ef 34- w I 35 i 36 ! E . 1 i K l l 38 r I 3 1 u 40 A U I I 41 V i 412 19.755 if D 5EP'I? 13. A GREEN. A - -5 PED. Nov. Z8 l NOV 30. N otee! Dates of Our Senior Year Sept. Sept. Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. 12-Everybody out for 6th and Spring. 13-Business picks up at Brodyis. 19-Commercial Department changes its quarters for the third time in three years. 3-Chemistry class experiments on Miss Bird's room with their favorite gas. 16-Perfumed epistles bearing Somerset post marks make their appearance. 21-Fans returning on the Daisy interurban from the K. M. I. game lead many to believe an asylum had broken loose. 23-Band, parade, snake dances, 'n everything, another win! St. Maryls this time. Q13-Op. 4--Danville gets thrown for a 5 yd. loss on their Hlockstepn formation, and a loss of 19 to 12 on the game. ' 18-Football team makes itself "at home" in a hotel at Evansville. 25-Victory is now a habit. N. A. H. S. 19--Booneville 0. Nov. 28--Corduroy pants are decreed the style. W 5232 Nov. 30-14-00 spectators see St. X. get swamped 32-0. P - l'- jgagl , I IV, Dec. 14-Seniors hold one of their "quiet" meetings in the gg W auditorium. NF? 7 , Dec. 18-The "all falls city's" football teams picked by N. A. A ' ' H. s. critics. O K-lx 4 S ' j 3, Dec. 19-First eight page Blotter comes out. ' Jan. 2--Hooray! Vacation prolonged one more day on ac- count of a pipe bursting. Jan. 22-JeE loses. Jan. 23-Final exams are on. . Jan. 24-Another fearful day. JAN. 23. Jan. 27-Seniors begin the last lap of their high school course. NKNKXYXX - ' 1 -1-N' X - X 017 . x llllflluln E hr! 43 197115 Sfillik Bu ren zz . ,,,,,.,-.--11--1- i1 06 2 3 .Q we F' E B. 9. ' L J FEEL 2 2. 5' EWETT 14 fy .,l.H..:-4. ffl jx X is all xx f , - ll ,-6EBLlal9- AFTER THE FEHST X 'L lVlPb,Y 12. - Nv- nf e ' X If--IM. A-.-Q. Ag, I ...- U MBV 251' Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Mar. Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. May May May May May May 9-Scribner High School? No, just the S. S. S. Minstrels. 14f-K. O. K. organizes with a membership of one. 22-Powdered hair and cherries. V 24-J. SEES HER is staged at the Latin Carnival. 29-Teachers exchange books for a basketball. Miss Smith leads the Faculty rooters. 17-Speakers blow themselves and others to a feed. 26-Prominent Seniors consent to hold five minute in- terviews with Blotter reporters. 2-Senior Blotter Board meets. 4-Mr. McLinn gives his economics class a vacation as they had Worked so hard. 5-Wrangler's give the new members a sure 'nuff initi- ation. 6-Sapinsky Contest. 19-Miss Wood's speedy trio leave for Muncie. 26-Watch the birdie! 27-Tyler Contest 12-Vest buttons pop OH at the Wrangler feast. 18-Class Plays-Mouse Trap-Garroters. 19-Junior Reception. 20-Baccalaureate. 23-Class Play-Midsummer Night's Dream. 25-At last! EDUCATED! ! !-? I N. Mclfamy xxxxxxxu lllllllf! e 19 THE SQUIER BH IGR zz 2 Q xxxxxuu llllllff! 197212 SHUI! 81 1 68 NZD Chester VVilcox, Fullback. "Cotton" was the sensation of the year. He was an excellent captain and he has another year to play. James Baxter, Quarterback. Jimmie was light but speedy. He was a good field general and always used good judgment. Russ Kelso, Center. 'gRusty" was one of the best centers in the state. He was best on the defense, breaking up plays in all parts of the line. His passing also was faultless. J ewett Hull, Guard. A bulk of strength to the line. Visiting teams made very few gains thru J e2wett's side of the line. Russel Pearce, Halfback. "Nig" was a great broken field run- ner and he displayed an unusual amount of grit. Herman VVagner. Although "Hans" was very light he played a great game at end, breaking up passes and tackling hard. Ralph Bates. 'cUncle Ralph" was a uwhangn at end but he was even still better at Fullback. John Schaaf, Guard. Red never made much noise but he was al- ways in the game. His strongest game was on defense. Guy Mackey, Tackle. "Sherry', was a reliable player, consistent in his training, a hard tackler and with these qualities should make a fine captain next year. Robert Kiser, Center. 4'Big Bobi' was tall and rangy, slow but sure and no matter how trying the condition never lost his head. Thomas Deem, "Quarterback" Tommy possessed wonderful qualities for this position as he was sturdy, heady, and fast. He was noted for his long end runs. Hugh Breen, "Guard" "Circle', was algreat fighter, solemn, de- termined and fierce. He could always be depended on. Herbert Bryant, Guard. "Salty,' was the happiest boy on the squad, always laughing and joking and keeping up the team morale. He was a brilliant performer on the defense. Jacob Dowerman, Guard, Jake was massive and compact, filled up a big gap in the line and always 'cblastedv a hole for the necessary gams. Jean Marquet, Halfback. 4'Sheeny" was a splendid line plunger and was good on both the oHensive and defensive. Martin McCullough, Halfback. "VVop,, was the fastest man on the team, was quiet and steady, being especially proficient in break- ing up forward passes. xxxxxxxu llllllffl u 47 0 19 THESE' ff! 12 0 M My xxxxxxux llllllf!! e 19 1HE :faux szsrren 2 Q E 1 xxxxxxxu llllllfff 4 1 50 0 197315 Still ! LUNG zb o -5 Q -. i Qi: 3 K V LPA! X1 ff SQ xx!! 35 W rp! W' ' LJ f M b I , -- v an D f 1 1xxxxxxxu 111111111 51' e 197112 sf nx a re is N orthcotez "Salty, what are you going to be when you get out of High School?" Salty: "Old man I guessf' ' Roclg: "Chester why is your grades always lower than anyone else in the class?" Cotton: "I give up. VVhy is it?,' Nina A.: fat base-ball gamej: "Isn't our pitcher grand, he hits their bats no matter where they hold them." J im B.: "Marty got hurt badly in the St. Maryls game, he got an awful spill. Cofee: "Hows that?', Jim: "Why, the goal post he was leaning against fell down and the doctor says it will be two weeks before he'll be able to loaf again." Door-keeper of Picture Show: USO you want to see a boy in- side, eh? VVho is it?,' - Marsey G.: NME." '25: "Do you know Boo?" W '26s H1300 who?" ,25: "Don't cry." ' Bang! went the rifles at the maneuvers. "Oh!" screamed a pretty blond, as she stepped backwards into the arms of a young man. Oh she said blushing, I was frightened by the rifles. p "I beg your pardon. 'gNot at all," said the young man, "Lets go over and watch the artillery." p Mr. Daniels: "How come, Breen, that you got this splinter in your tire ?" H ugh: Cou1dn't help it Prof., the fellow had a wooden leg. V Senior Girl Qto freshman who has just picked up her handker- chief Q : "Thank you, but if I do it again you must let it lay. It wasn't you I meant."- XXXWN1 lfffffll! 1 .A MM , s N ? , X P 1 , N , 1 1 53 an 1 1 i 1 I I I 1 1 5 1 L 1 1 1 1 544 o '19 HZSf me w as 15 0 AV Q 5 .55 ',,1:!llx Wm 1 1 'ELM 5 ,ll TTI I annum fill- flflwllflll ll 1 . .. - Ill .an-R QI---Qs.-.------,,, ,, ,.---,--:LQ!-..t---H-' B33 3 i cv V'L K I f - Q 1 .. ...... --...... . -- ,,,,, ,,,- ,-4,-,2 xxxxxxxu llllllf!! '9 7375 319' V 3 5 Top Row Clara'Lee Long Alice Wolpert Elizabeth Beers Lucille Broecker Katherine Graham Freda Lang SPEAKERS Middle Row Helen Irion Alice Jbhnson Irma May Dome Martha Hauswald Miss Emma McClain, Martha Hopkins Cathryn Trautman Jean Eisenhauer Roberta Smith Critic. Bottom Row Margaret Riddle Julius Croxall Helen Green Helen Short Elizabeth Richard Helen Wells Beatrice Diedrich xxxxwxxx lllllllfl 19 THE 3813! 81.97768 Top Row James Noyes Kenneth Duer Paul Grimes Selman Bowling Owen Kopp Harold Bettmann WRANGLERS Zlliddle Row Maurice Kahl Robert Morris Mr. C. B. McLi DeWitt Conner James Baxter Pat Jones nn CCriticj Bottom Row James Moore Russell Kelso Russell Pearce James Hoglen Northcote McKamy Herman Wagner xxxxxuu lllllllll FACETIOUS FLAPPER FEDERATION KLAN OF KUPID 58 COMMERCIAL CLUB TYPEVVRITING TEAM Blanche Huntsinger J ewett Hull Beatrice Diedrich Average 51 Average 55 Average 55 Blanche Huntsinger also won the Gold Medal for the Shorthand Contest 59 19 -me saw n a rea 15 Top Row Freida Young Thelma Meredith James Noyes J ewett Hull Tessie Nirmaier Mary Bartle Katherine Graham Ella Mae Beeler Mabel Long SODALITAS LATINA Middle Row Mrs. Irma Pritz QCrit Agnes Deuser Charles Kendall Blanche Huntsinger Virginia Leptic Jyoseph Lewellen Maurice Kahl Louis Hinds Mildred Stone Lucille Broecker Miss Bakewell fCriticj icj NKXXWXH Bottom Row Julius Croxall Helen Green Elizabeth Richard Martha Hopkins Helen Wells Alice Johnson Freda Lang Ethel Dooley Mary Ellen Shindler Freda Prosser Rollena Dean lllllllfl 19 H5 SHN 53 5 Top Row Martin Woods Gerald Meredith George VVernert Max McCullough Mary Kesler Oma Carr Dorothy Brod Catherine Treece Marion Klarer Margaret Logue Gertrude Pierce LEGIO' DECIMA Middle Row ' Bottom Row Clell Tyler Chester Neeld Ruth Bye Lattie VVells Mollie VVyman Jeanette Kahl Dorothy Seigle Georgia Long Dorothy VVolfe Ruth Lowery Dorothy Potts Catherine Gwin Lillian Green John Enslinger Marvin McAllister Leo Spencer Kenneth N unemacher Kenneth Taylor Mrs. Irma Pritz QCr1t1c Mary Davis Martha Zapp Grace Zimmerman Alice Thompson Frances Penn Marian Gross XX-www 111111111 OTYOKWVA 62 e 197315 sau a rea 5 l LA SOCIETE FRANCAISE Q La Societe Francaise, organized for the purpose of studying and promoting interest in French drama and the French language, closed its term's work by presenting the French Department with a New French-English dictionary. V i s The club has had a very successful semester and -many new mem- bers were invited. Chief among its activities was g'Le Cafe sur le Boulevardv which has become an annual affair. , . The officers of the club for thepast term were: Selman Bowling, Presidentg Ina Mae Miller, Vice Presidentg Margaret Bowling, Sec- retaryg and'Julia Ashabranner, Treasurer. ' ' 5 xsxxwxu 111111111 I9 1312 JSHIIDR EI YIER Top Row Freda Prosser Blanche I-Iuntsinger Julius Croxall Freda Lang Helen Green Marguerite Miller Roberta Smith Margaret Riddle Thelma Meredith XXXXXYXXX BALBANCANS Middle Row Irma Mae Dome Miss Irene Graybrook QCritic'j Cathryn Trautman .r- - x UWA-aw? -nl?"imi- E 611 Bottom Row Beatrice Morge Helen VVells Ellen Black Alice Johnson Jane Anderson Martha Hauswald Julia Ashabranner lllllllll R19 HE SHINE BUFFER Z2 Top Ru Bradley Beggs Richard Conner Irvin Holz George Shrader James Hoglerr William Janes Vernon Lopp Ralph Gruybmok Stanley Taylor S. R. S. Middle Row Bottom Row Mr. Thomas QCritiej Maurice Kahl Northeote McKamy Paul Slll'lldCI' Kaga Humphrey Keller Humphrey John Miner Charles Ruflng' Clell Tyler Leo Leist Joseph Lewellen J umcs Baxter Harold Bettmann Kenneth Duer Paul Grimes Adna McClure Chester Lamppin Mr. McLinn xxxxxxxu 111111111 65 FIRST ORCHESTRA 66 BAND .- S. S. S. 67 a 19 THE SHII R HER, Z2 0 A ' ENSEMBLE www lllllll!! ELGITHINS ONEATAH 69 AGORA 70 0 19 HE SHINE BE IGE Z5 ALCYONE A To Our Readers ' ' You have looked through the "Blotter" and have been careful not to miss anything. Now we ask you, not as a matter of form but really as an honest request to look through the following advertise- ments and when you go to purchase anything remember the men and women who have so liberally patronized us and in return give them your patronage. YVithout their financial support we would have had to charge considerably more for our books. Once more, we request you to read the 4'Blotter Adsf, and trade with the advertisers.-"It Pays." xxxxxuu llllllffl 71 I CRITI MAFZTHAHS '72 was sfmsk r x 25 xxxxxxxu llllllf!! 19 THE SBI d i ff! Z2 I IAPPY is the man that knows he was born to work, who knows he can work, and that by' work well done he can keep on climbing as other men have done to more enjoyable and profitable work. If he is jealous of other men above him, let him remember that it has long been given out as a fact that John Jacob Astor, the first Astor, peddled his goods from a basket, and that Thomas A. Ed- ison worked at his beginnings in a barn of a place said to have been used once as a stable No man need always stop at his be ginnings if he has got' anything more in 1I'I1 T aka zz move, at once, upon yoursebf The 'White Hou e ' THE STORE 0F SERVICE 0 s I . D Q 1 h' . I ff ' ,, S S ewberger 81 Co , Incorporated NN-XXWXW Iliff!!! 19. me Sfilllkp ezmen zi I 'Lili' 1 1' x f s, I ' 'ml si-uno or ' - slnvuc: National Ice 8t Products Co. A A NEW ALBANY ORGANIZATION s Community Serv-Ice Station 322-330 East Fifteenth Street N. V. Trautman, President and General Manager The mintage of wisdom is to know that rest is rust and that real life is in love, laughter, and work. ' If we can teach young ,people to be patient un- . til experienced, exper- ience Will teach them to be patient thruout life. New Albany Business College 609 Elsby Building, New Albany, Indiana Home 795 Cumberland 795 xsxxxxxu llllllf!! 0 193 15 SHIIDR 81.906822 0 Always Good I f 4 "UUA LITY 'f -I Heathized Ice Cream 100 tzhzes purer than az? itsebf FURNITURE RUGS LINOLEUMS SHADES DRAPERIES NNQ WM Ihvff , 'Y -5' Qi' 'QE f ,""" 54" ,W ich-Jas Li w f' ' ":g 4'- :i?'11?i4f iii' ,E A 6 1 1, ",f,4 . f' . V- 5- '44 , fig! , Q cz. 1 ' ' H 1' k I , Q 2 L arqqps x'fg'gAx1R'P-'P+ 'P-'fi ,1I31f1"'Nmwqf'f'Q'-I' 'Q , A mf , UW Prices Are Lowest VICTROLAS GRAFONOLA EDISON RECORDS PLAYER ROLLS XXXNWXH lfllfll!! e 19 11-as :au x amz 2 "Say It With Flowers" JOHN G. BETTMANN 81 SON Florists H Ph 17 1601 EAST MAIN STREET C b Ph 558 CORSAGES A SPECIALTY , I. W. M. HUCKEBY, Proprietor New Albany Steam Laundry Company SERVICE and SATISFACTION A SHRADER SERVICE Batteries Lee Tires Accessories y Genuine Ford Parts S clwpp Saw-- -Trading up stairs means parlor car quality at day coach prices e Klotlzes Svlzoppe Fourth and Market, Louisville, Ky. xxmxuxx llllllff! e 19 12-oz Siilllk a rea Zz Caufield S81 Shook PHOTOGRAPHERS Bernheim Building 638-640 S. Fourth Ave. LOUISVILLE 4 STUDIO AND HOME PORTRAITURE OUT-DOOR AND COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY - For Smashing Play--- ' deadly accuracy, wield a Wilson Super-Stroke tennis racket Everything to Help Your Game 3 Roe-O Connor 4th at Broadway LOUISVILLE ' "The Southlv Finest Sporting Goods Store" 1 ' Save in Youth Be Comfortable in Old Age Mutual Trust and Deposit Co. "HOME FOR SAVINGS" BORGIERDING MoToR coMPANY Agents for Buick and Chevrolet East Fifth and Spring xxxxxiux llllllfff vs I 0 0 19 THE Sfillik Cliff!! D x "0 Wind--If Winter comes, can Spring he far behind?" For the past eighteen Springs. SAPINSKYHSW hafve blossomed forth in the Senior Blotter, so 1923 finds them here again, and their merchandise is the 'very flower of all that is heantzfnl in Men and Women 's Ready-to- Wear Louisville College of Pharmacy The fifty-fourth annual session will open October 5, 1925. This college offers complete courses of instruction leading to the degrees of Graduate in Pharmacy QPh. GQ, Pharma- ceutical Chemist CPh. CJ and Doctor in Pharmacy QPhar. DJ. The entrance requirements call for a general education equivalent to four years of High School Work. There is a great demand for competent pharmacists. High School graduates should take advantage of the College course of instruction to qualify for the opportunities presented in Pharmacy. . A For catalogue, address the Dean, ' DR. O. C. DILLY, 104 West Chestnut Street, Louisville, Kentucky. xxxxxxxu llllllf!! 0 19132 am L ex zs A-NDERS RASMUSSEN FLGRIST Choice Roses and Carnations a Specialty We have the largest cut flower and rose growing establishment within a hundred miles of the Falls Cities 1108 Vincennes Street Both Phones ,. IV e H arry Call . Bornwasser Serv-U Station AJAX Tires H 100 Home Phone LUSTRETONE---World's Greates Auto Cleaner Made in N. A. CALL FOR Quality S ervice "MECCA', and "PLY1V1OUTI'IU Coal Sand, Gravel, Lehigh Cement Finger Bros. P. 81 K. Coal 81 Coke Co. Ioe G. Finger, Vice President Incorporated Fred C. Reisz, Secretary Waits' Bakery and Confectionery All Kinds of FINE PASTRY-Special Attention given to WEDDING and BIRTHDAY CAKES. Our newest cakes-something nice for lunch and pic- nics this summer-HONEY CREAM, LAYER CAKE and MUFFINS. Special attention given to our Fountain this summer. Our Ice Cream is made from 1871, Pure Cream. We Will Serve All Kinds of Ice Cream and Sherbet. Home Phone 255-a E. 5th and Market St. Cumberland 265 xxxxxvux llllllfff 0 19 TH Sf fk ff 5 Get it at Conner's if you want the Best Gonner's Drug Store PEARL at SPRING V- Q COME TO John Morgan 81 Sons "MY TAILORSU And see what a look will save New Goods, New Styles, Pleasing Prices Two Stores Cor East 4th and Spring Vi Q S GEO. A. KRAFT Funeral Director 708 EAST SPRING STREET b Phone 280 . s. - M ew- PEARIA r' ' JOHN BAER Distributor of High Class Dry Goods Notions, Cloaks, Suits, Etc. . IJ 1 It A Ark Baker about It THE BAKER CO. 516 PEARL ST. WALL PAPER PAINTS WINDOW SHADES At The Geo. E. Steinhauer Wall Paper Co., Inc. 319-321 PEARL ST New Albany. Indian 109-111 E Main Street - GQ T0 It isn't necessary to buy new shoes. - I Your old ones can be rebuilt S I like new at FOR YOUR NATIONAL SHOE Sodas and Sundaes A Corner Vincennes and Spring We Call for and Deliver. Home Phone 145 Cumb. Phone 145-a Two Shops Both Phones xxxxxixu llllllfll 19 'MESQN D EN GR 2 Complimentf of EUGENE ENDRIS succssson TO BRU NO KNOEFEL 1419 East Spring Street Safe Milt There is no milk absolutely safe unless Pasteurized ZAPP'S Clarified and Pasteurized Milk is th b ' e est In every test "ASK YOUR GROCERH ' IF YOU CAN'T GET IT AT CREEITS I'r's NOT IN TOWN Wholesale and Retail Hardware, Seeds, Etc. 515 State Street A. VV. KESLER I ew eler New Albany, Ind. Home Phone 1664-A 159 E. Spring St Hamilton Watches 'gi GET YoUR mf IIAS Toys Q L Sporting Goods and Radio 'ilk 5' .Il, '5 . Supplies wlfvoilssiyhl ,I ,x V at LUETTES o. K FLORAL SHQPPE Elba Theatre Bldg. "Flowers For All Occasions" G. L. NANCE Both Phones Kc U ,, When you think of Gifts .think of . a Gift that will endure, then think of DAVIS BROS. CANDIES LEIST 81 SON ' I welers Must Be Good ' ELSEY BLDG. The High School Girls and We have a large afxortment of giftf th t Boys think so. a XXXXXYXXX a re appropriate for Commencement, B' :hd ' ir ayx and Weddingf lllllll!! I 19 HE SQUIER Bl5l'fEfR 5 Drugs Kodaks and Kodak Finishing o Th MD ld-S kdllC. . . . e C Oliiiimrporategoc C O Rexall Store qibyexadtm' Cor. Pearl 81 Market New Albany, In Gifts That Last IRION St WOLF Jewelers and Diamond Setters 131 East Spring St. HOME PHONE 1765 Stanton Welch BARBER Hair Bobbing 208 Pearl St. We do Our Work a little better than seems necessary. HOME STEAM LAUNDRY NELLIE CONN ER OPTOMETRIST 514-515 ELSBY BUILDING NEW ALBANY, IND. Eyes scientifically and accurately fitted only the best and most up-to-date methods and instruments used. Broken lenses replaced and repairing done. HOME PHONE 330 CUMB. PHONE 330 Ph f p ment RAYMOND O. DAVIS ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE 325-6-7 ELSBY BUILDING BOTH PHONES 1015 QUALITY STYLE PRICE Is Combined in Our Jewelry J. O. ENDRIS SL SON jewelers O r Pleasure If We May Sh Y 230 Pearl Street xxxxxuu llllllffl 0 197 1? sauna curves Z2 e 1 Indiana Candy Company Manufacturers NOX-A LL CHOCOLA TES When in need of Cut Flowers and Design Work, call or visit Bail: Phones-1 6 l 9 F cy QEAEM-Mgfmf Cumb. Phone 160 COpposite the old placej Home Phone 2131 Once more we take this opportunity to tell of our ICE CREAM, ICES, SODAS, SUNDAES and CANDIES ' They are delicious, pure and wholesome 220 sf te Burd 81 Strattan 550 P 1 At All Grocers Famibf and Sdlbl Ann Bread Made by ' N. Stein Bakery Company Incorporated xxxxxixu llllllff! o 1s -me s um can Z2 e uf'l'l KYCbf CO1 Annual ,yn-.-v..... .1 ,., ., M gm V' 'Q' -s.. :K Q ulgen Y W ' xxxxwux llllllf!! 19 THE SHINE BUFFER Z5 0 The McCullough Pharmacy 8th and Oak For Better Prescription Service BRoDY s o DEI ICATESSEN LUNCHES Your Plz otogmplz r HN B R 39' 2 coMMENcEM-ENT V -5 Q RED TURKEYWHEAT FLUUR F Th Whnffrh AR1sTos FLOUR ' - I H Shme 8: Company 7 .J Qi! N 'W X Q! fir est emmder of Your 4 5' iff -Ex 'W I1 1 ,-f"'N'Ox " S r. ug?-X I k 6233421-fl 1'1f ' 1 If LEW 9'5" ,, f4gQ ' -Go T0- if PIG 03 B-IYOIIICI or ose 0 an e Best Bank and Sprmg Streets, New Albany, Ind . . ' If ' X , , A 'i ll., K , X wsmxix UQJPVX W to 00 to a XX m,..qm- 5 Hill 86 19 THE .SENIDR I f.9l'fER Z5 G ,ft t L t Home Phone 2480 Cumb. Phone 999 'L 5 d 615 I SEABROOK-MULLINEAUX Diamonds Watches CO. Incorporated A. Funeral Director: j Aw 6 Zta T t Market at Twelfth PRIVATE AMBULANCE SERVICE 505 Vincennes Street NEW ALBANY' IND' l l Paz' Says:- When Nig Pearce goes to college, he will have to learn all over again, the five points of bolting. Five main points of a high school course are-Brody's, Walts', PfeH'ers', Sercheys', and the Candy Kitchen. A short fellow should get him a tall girl so he will have something to look up to. Jean Margaret was so disgusted with the little excursion boat on the night of the Elks' Moonlight, he went gown below to see who was rowing er. When my sister got spanking, she ate her dinner like the t r a v el i n g knight--off the mantle. Its' not against the traffic rules to make a left turn in a porch swing. A man is known by the company that keeps him. The stock broker was interested in NB 81 O." I am interested in "U 81 I." Health hint-Never hold a lighted stick of dynamite in your hand or try to put something over on Mr. McSinn. A Young Fox stole into a Miner's Cheap House in the Wood and made Moore Noyes. than the thunder Clapp that shook St. Peter's Dome. If, after you've read this you canit crack a smile, sharpen your pencil and write a while. D1jyer's Band School 819 East Main St. Agent-for Conn Band Instruments FROM I' It Q avern A The v' T xxxxxuu llllllffl 0 19 THESHI F ff 25 Q Mui GENUINE co-operation with o t mers has alway b d '11 conti t b th b ' f flu' . Louisville, Kentucky ' xxxxxxxu llllllff! Q44 T, N ', if ,V .- 'fe-.ty ,L '4if'lL' f', i "+' ' .Lamp i "2,r?jf:j , 17,?f,,il 53,1 ' Ti fi? ' 'gififij i5'zJ."1' i ii. igRi'if3'i: ' .1 :'.- A i,. -,4,.. . . 1.13 Lf A 1 ! 1 w n 1 - 1 P r B 7 z P Q 4 I S E ! 1 'lf' .


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