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

 - Class of 1931

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'it tv 4' Q S FIRST ROW C. Arthur Thro, Mechanical Drawing Freda Lang, Secretary C. C. Katterjohn, Principal Lena J. Board, Dean of Girls Alex Thom, Football Coach N fi SECOND ROW I Naomi J. Kirk, English l jean Kelso, English ' Helen Green, English i Thelma Huntsinger, English 3 Edna Watson, English I 5 THIRD ROW E William A. Willer, History 1 Helen L. Springer, History L -s f . J. Wendell Ballard, Basketball Coach sz is W Q. 41 1 " -'kV i 1 Leota B. Rusk, History J I I. Hardin Thomas, History Faculty FOURTH ROW Gladys Ewbank, Commercial Albert W. Koehler, Mathematics Grace Harper, Commercial Edwin Kahl, Mathematics Ruby G. Wells, Mathematics FIFTH ROW Howard Wyne, French Etelka J. Rockenbach, Latin Irma H. Pritz, Latin Hugh A. Townsend, Science D. D. Finley, Science SIXTH ROW Oral Terrell, Industrial Arts Belle Genung, Home Economics Mary K. Doyle, Home Economics Alinda Widman, Cafe Management Albert Gehlbach, Printing S EVE NTH ROW is 2 . , Nelle Homrighouse, Art Lf.. K, 'i:. 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Coyte ASSOCIATE EDITORS james Embrey Elva Louise Rockenbach James Banes Orville Carroll Catherine Radcliff ART Gertrude Beck Nicholas Bertrand Geneva Harpe Onetta Kingsley Iames Lewis Richard Potts Benny Reister Harold Snyder Annie Elgin Starr Norris Utrecht MOUNTING Alice Bulleit Margaret Duffy Minnie Lou Faulkenburg Pauline Gilley Gertrude Koetter Marylynn Kennady Clarence Briscoe Reed Kelso Marvin Heilig Lyle McSpaddin SNAPSHOTS Edith Flanigan Alice Janes Viola Maxwell Dorothy Paul Margaret Plaiss Elizabeth Poutch Kathleen Rainbolt Marianne Thompson Edward Schmitt LITERARY Olive Bowling Roy Mertz Naomi Meyer Mary Mason Miller james Ollis Thomas Perry ,.X td I l . E Q t x . l ' Y .1 Q ,. Margaret Lindley Edward Blake 5' lf, ligf' 3 g Irma Linnert Esther Wright ll H l J L igime Lyversc I BUSINESS rl y r fig' A 6-3: 1, orothea Mc al ian M Ch dl L ll 12,1 lil h lll?fl.,1 Bertha Morris Joi? Coglzbser lk L ' v ' Marvin Oakes I Kenneth Deal ying I' P ' K is Katherine Munmgs Clarence Feiock gr Qzwwl-T321 Freida Ranicke Kenneth Glaze f 1 'T W -as A ' A Gayle Ratliff Ruth Hanan i -Q 'li' K -Hifi' in ., M1 Martha Royse Amy House 1 c"' V l ,, .,.,,LJ QW, Lucille Scott James Perry v Walter Whiteman Paul Schultz ' a .- Ilorene Wininger Damon Walls W .Q A ,L TYPISTS Jerome Zoeller F V ' Rachel Borkenheim lima Waggener , W, I 3.55313-gil Alice Hampel STAFF ASSISTANTS YQ r , vxlwlhj , - Dorothy Sayles Edwin Von Allmen ff'f,jl'Fi,Q.,,..,wi l ef Q Anna Sloan Ivan Whittinghill ',,,,.w1rir...ff:j ld d i,,,. l 1 1 l -T 3 j ' f hw . of-,.,,,..,-,. N, M , ,,, W, V,,J , 4 H ,,,,.. , ,..V ,MN !.w,NY ,rm ,, . f. ff? fda" A , il 2, ,I r it ii .4 as Q g I l 1 .W i JA l L, C , A-fx S I l f 4 siii - 1 3 ul l' I 5' 1 ' I N fi? it if i W' r ' - I A I A ' asus' r .ze 'Q' 'T "fig u 2' 'Q 1 ' W 2 H ' a f - gb --' I Z v f'l?',.?Yf st K 'sa' H ' 'f er stag? 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Constitution of Senior Class PREAMBLE To alle to whome theis decrees shalle come, Greetinge, WHEREAS, oure deare sovereigne Kinge Kornelyius Katterjohne hath grauntd vnto the rite honable Senyore Classe theyre woulking papours, wee, in tauking leave therofe, as Grads ofe '31, to the ende that justyce be reestblyshed, publik ordere mayntained Qin the librauryj and libeurtye fwithoot passesj bee inytyatede-wee haulde theis neede to bee selfefevydent as an endowement of inalyenable wrights-doe bye dizsentione of opynione establishe and ordaine thise Constitution. ARTICLE I Section 1. Alle power herein confirmede shalle bee vestede as the bodie politike sees fit or otherwise, whiche shalle persiste toe leave a defycite and a polize record. Section 2. Alle bulles shalle oryginate in thee "Warre Departementef' and if financyal in charactere shalle bee referede to Dad. If hee approves he shalle signe, and in case of vetoe, the projecte shalle bee past vnder hise noze. ARTICLE II Section 1. It is orderede, sentencede and decreede, withe little delyberatyon that, hence forwarde and backwarde, there bee a presidente, the supreme executore fnever executrixej, who sholde merelie regarde the miscondvcte of the groupe. Section 2. In hise leverage a mallete wille bee helde but never usede, vnless boysterous demonstratyons awake the somnalente factyone who, dystvrbede, wille cosse a breeche in the admynystratyone. ARTICLE III Section 1. The vizefpresidente, usuallie floore leedere of the minorytie partie, becoumes dvctatore when the prexy overexertes himeselfe or is overwhelmede by the fairere sexe, 'ex officio' fby virtue of hise offyzel. ARTICLE IV Section 1. Fore oure Heirs and Posteritie, wee doe create a secretarie whoe shalle illegyblie recorde the momentes of eech githerin, beein carefule toe leave out the moste importente factes and detayl'ng the insygnyfycante dyscuzyones, ' ARTICLE V Section 1. By certainne knowledge, mere motione, and for the disadwantage of oure assygnes, doe electe a Classe treasurer, woose dutie shalle bee toe reporte on the finances, beeing dilygente to conceele the defycite, ARTICLE VI Section 1. Ande, wee doe further, condemne one to bee oure classe profete. He shalle crystale gaze in a fishe bole and never dysappoynte anyone by the truthe. Smalle bribes are acceptable fore the revealying of damagying evydence. ARTICLE VII Section 1. Buy special permizyone of the copiwrite owners, doe sympathize with the inspirede classe poetes, whoe portrait with "silver tongue" the magnyfycance of oure classe, illumynatyng the brite side and keepying the shadie side always toe themselfes. ARTICLE VIII Section 1. Hereinafter, a Classe critik shalle bee selected from the moste populare memberes of the facooltie-"Firste in the harts of her studentes true." Bestowede with wisdome and persuasione, she shalle be the guidyng spyrit and ideal of the classe, who wille lifte her hie on a pedestale, which is ovvrturnede when the meetyng is adjournede. ARTICLE IX Section 1. Alle amendementes gratuiouslie consyderede, with commone understaunding, that neither thise docomente or its supplementes will e'er becoume effectyve. AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION ,Ax I V v , . - N iI+.. I 'ws ., Nu I E K i F g , I . -- Li -35.513 f fVXg'.., , .. A 5 :- ..,.3Q.L2rg3 ' - 1 ARTICLE I in Section 1. Alle dulie electede offyceres fmalej shalle not be affyliatede with under' V I I xixjr classewomen, fore whose wantes a Sophe dictatyng the affayres of a gouvernement of the Q . .. W tg f. :mi Senyores, by the Senyores, for the Senyores. 3 W' , ,..,.,x,.V5i Inn witinesse. whereofe. wee have causede thefs oure lettres toe bee patented. Imagyne 11.5 I " ,fiii K1 oureselfes at NAHS. the teenth day of May, in the laste yeare of oure raigne 1931. f " gf fs., Per Breve de Privato Sigillo, DONALD COYTE '31 "ig, 'H+ f- 'y an A . IW, W. .,,., , .' M sv- N., ., - I., ,,.. .K . .-.- .,.. .M t..i1zi A - Q., .x I 'L:f'.1gs eg V ai. Q 5 'L ,f 7 '. ,l 4" v.- -' 1 . f Biff 1 g H . y 5 Illllfs - , I af? I , gy 'ees 5 ' i a - I gI.iiz..4 , 1 i ' Q' 1 f :f'v " 1 'R I . '- "f',4?-9 V I ' ' 12.3 fl iii 1 A -Kiifwt Q we ' E1 .'.L iz.: Q H ., 1: .gat ff , , t 1,,..g,A -4--- 'I we 2 1 uf? ..-: 4. Z ' 1 . -I X 51 ,. . It 1. -Q 1 'a A ,-" i ..Jg.,.Ll,, 1 .q...,iMg i N.. . K Akzx psig:- i ii. I 53 . sr. I . .W A M y bk.. 'Q-ings? V . Y A 7 il J 5 - Y . asf . ' 2 , .f y fam. . SR" M. , HH 4 bl ,.,,,-. -..f -, ..-swf ,. .ff 9-We "' Q., f 5, .. ,- A s M- U K- feefw-151191 Bw-5 ROBERT ALDRICH UJUG.. S. R. S., Boosters, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Class Basketball '28, '29, '30, Glee Club, Banclg Basketball '30g T, H. U. G. S. JAMES H. BANES "PROF" Student Librarian, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staffg Boosters, Rep. '30g Operetta '31, "The King's Eng1ish"g T. H. U. G. S. CATHERINE BANET "PATSY" Boosters, Operetta 309 Jr. Recep. '30, 31g C. O. E. D. S, HELEN BARNES "BARNEY" Minerva Club, Oper' etta '30g jr. Recep. '30, '3I: Boosters, C. O, E. D. S. GERTRUDE C. BECK "BECKIE" Art Club, Sec'y. '29, VicefPres. '30g Boost' ers '3Ig jr. Recep. '30, '31: Operetta '29g Sr, Blotter Staff, C. O. E. D. S, - if i 1 A x .:fi'gg' L' I I' ...W . .. eH,fV,7,,? ..,.. A-ss. -N . iw, '1' .5 .2 .M -s i . X - s . ig: is , . . g'5,,'- , sz' 1 4 , if M Y f 4 s , , A t . ,. Q sqm I . LELAND BECK "BECKIE" jr. Recep. '28, '29, T. H. U. G. S. NICHOLAS BERTRAND "CORYDON" Art Club, Vice-Pres. '30, '31g N Club: Foot- ball '28, '29, '30: jour' nalism '30: Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, T, H. U. G. S. JAMES W. BEST HUM.. Wranglers, Treas. '30: S. R. S., Boys' Glee Club, Iournalism '31, Operetta '30, '31: Ir. Recep. '30, '31: "The King's Englishug T. H, U. G. S. EDWARD BLAKE "EDDIE" Wranwlers: S. R. S4 Bovs' Glee Club. Treas. '30M: Band, Orches' tra, Operetta '30, '31: Ir, Reren. '30. '31: "The Ghost Storv"g Sr. Blotter Staff: T. H. U. G. S. RACHEL BORKENHEIM -'RAW' Sneakers: Ir. Rec-en. '28, '30, '31g Bel Can' to: Overetta '29 '30, '31: Sr. Blotter Stuff: Scholarshin "N"Z Boolckeening II Team '30, Bnokkeenino TV Team '31: C. 0. E. D. S., Sec'y.'Treas, fn, .N Q, fb. 3 'J , ,. H., ..,: ,...,. ,qu Awe ya.wf" -W 'V ' aw' ff 1+ . .K ,I 45' V ,, -te rwsrvfwyirg 1 I f I A . 1 I ' 'I I li est A 'T 72 ,: ' ,J-5322 V ' as-434 V.. ,. K 1 van i 37, . i N4 5 i "WK, 'Q 3 'figs Z OLIVE BOWLING "BOE" Speakers, Bel Canto, Sec'y. '31, Iesters' Guild, Pres.'-31, Boost' ers, Operetta. '29, '30, '31, jr. Recep. '28, '30, '31, Journalism BOM, Sr. Blotter Staff, Sr. Committee, "The Ghost Story", C. O. E. D. S. EDNA BREWSTER "EDDIE" Boosters, Jr. Recep. '30, 315 2nd Orches' tra, C. O. E. D. S. CLARENCE E. BRISCOE "BUD" Wranglers, Vice-Pres. '29, '30, '31, Treas. '30, N Club, Sec'y- Treas. '30, '31, Foot' ball '27, '29, '30, Basketball '28, '29, Track, jr. Class Treas. '30, Boosters, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Iourf nalism '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, Sports Editor, "The King's English", Treas. T. H. U. G. S. ESTHER LUCILLE BROWN "SUSIE" Bel Canto, Sr. Blotter Staff, jesters' Guild, Operetta '29, '30, '31, Boosters, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Tyler Conf test '30, '31, Journal' ism '30, Girls' Drum and Bugle Corps, Treas. Sr. Class, "The Valiant", C. O. E. D. S. g 1 x W SPAN vi' K Q ok 2.5 KENNETH HOMER ' "" - , BROWN W , 'I "BROWNIE" " K N Club, Wranglers, Mi Boosters, Football '28, X 'Q' A '29, '30, Baseball '28, , N '29, '30, -caps '31, A l Basketball '28, '29, ri ,Q '30, jr. Recep. '30, ' ,fsgw N g '31, "The Valiant", T. , ,, ' s r- 2 H. U. G. S. G a m ma - 1 A' 0 V . A ' L 'A is 1 - ii ' . ' 12 f l . . W . 'rr ,519 Q . 112 'r ' " f E f-J 'W' i " f' ' ALICE BULLEIT UAL.. Speakers, Boosters, Sr. Blotter Staff, Operetta '29, '30, '31, Sr. Corn' mittee, Ir. Recep. '28, '30, '31, Journalism '31, "The G h o st Story", VicefPres. C. O. E. D. S. FREDERICK CANTER "FRITZ" Boosters, jr. Recep. '30, '31, T. H. U. G. S. ORVILLE CARROLL "OLIVER TW'IST" Art Club, Pres.' '28, '29, '30, Vice'Pres. '31, Art Editor, Sr. Blotter, T. H. U. G. S. MARY F, CHANDLER "NANNY" Boosters, Rep. '29, '30, Minerva -Club, Vice- Pres. '31, Sr. Blotter Staff: Ir. Recep. "30, '31, "The King's Eng' lish"a C. O. E. D. S. ARTHUR CONSTANTINE "ART" S. R. S., Boosters, Track '29, '30, '31, Football '29, '30, T. H. U. G. S. ,A-. l I . P E N . l l " 'B 1 1 l l I k Q A I . l 1 l g' , i I 1 'frwlflz E' v . , ri, sf F, R., 3, ,f - ,...,. fe 2 . hwaqwawlssfagzfsrfwgbflrg f,7.,.:-..,..a sm.,- f,1"'L-v . , ' . ' ' ' i GEORGE PAUL JOHN COOMBS "JOHNNY" . x' Q if 5 T226 ,. - , 9 X 3 il ,wx 3 . . N V lhviii iiii Q. E1 - y .. ..,,vf .. ' .....,:-f v ow,- mgif - 51.254 .,..,.v-aww' 'M - J., as-,.,,, ,.,.. .R ML-, .W Q-a.,,..,..,. M,,..1..., Mgmt. .- .., .w"ff-afzsatifvf sf. Boys' Glee Club, Boost- ers, Rep. '29, Auduf bon Club '28, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, "The Ghost Story", T. H. U. G. S. DONALD COYTE "DON" Boosters, Rep. '30, '30M, Wranglers, Vice-Pres. '30' Bo s' DEIS "RED" Journalism '31, "The King's English", T. H. U. G. S. 2 V MARGARET Glee Club, V1cefPres. mn, stay '30, s. R. DFQQJQSEER S., Soldalitas Latina, Sapinsky Contest '30, Tyler 'Contest '31, '31, Operetta '29, '30, '31, Basketball '29, '30, '30M, Grade School Coach '31, Band, 2nd Orchestra, Journalism, Ed. Blotter, BOM, Copy Ed., '31, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Schol' arship "N", Editonin, Chief, Sr. Blotter, "The Valiant", T. H. U. G, S. MORRIS CRANMER "SMOKEY" T. H. U. G. S. LEDFORD DAY "DAY" Journalism, T. H. U. G. S. KENNETH E. DEAL "KENNY" Wranglers, Boys' Glee Boosters '29, '30, '31, Jr. Recep. '30, '313 C. O. E. D. S. JAMES SPENCI2 DIECKMAN "BUCK" Boosters, Rep. '29: Jr. Recep. '30, '31, "The Valiant", T. H. U. G. S. HARRY DOUGHTEN Boosters, Track '31, Class Basketball '30, Grade School B. B. Coach, T. H. U. G. S. Club, Operetta '31, RUTH JENA Boosters, Jr. Recep. DREYER '30, '31: Grade School --SHRIMP" B. B. Coach, '29, '30, '31, Track '30, '31, Ckss Basketball '29, '30, Sr. Blotter Staff, "The King's English", T. H. U. G. S. Minerva Club, Oper' etta '28, '29, Boosters: Jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. lr. A . Q ssc'-'R S lg I nl ,N-if-,,.,,,,, .1 , W. W Mgf-it-V., .,.. , . ,N A.. f -f"""' fwwyshu, 41 , ,Y g fr, .f 'a 5nl2,m A , . 1 5,4 I K ' .rQ" "'1"-T Y 1 'L' . Q -' if' fi f- Q V . ' 'az - at Illlllft f , E Q , ., A . ' R ' 51 Y 1' fra..-b lf . '- " "- .fa " ' 1""'i'Y2l' 1 F f. P!'?Z'Q .2 Q ' . . .." I 1 H, . . , V , , R 1 - .- ., , , J," l 9 YK. s .ft " 5' 'fl' ?f'QJ.'f. , . - an ' 'A 1 7 ' 'f .. W R dfgamxai - 7 '- U' " A ' " I ,K-'X Rf, 1 1 1 , l -ef 1 A .3 9' 7:53:22 . . 1 M MTEZF is ., s MM., . - 1 .5 . ' H 3 .. F f- - 'Tl MARGARET H. DUFFY --DUFFH Boosters, Sr. Blotter Staff, Operetta '30, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. OTTO EBLESISOR "OTTIE" N Club, Boosters, Jr. Recep. '28, '29, '30, Track Capt. '26, '29, Football '26, '27, Bas' ketball '27, '31, T. H. U. G. S. JAMES LEWIS EMBREY Wranglers, Sec'y '31,' Boosters, Band, 2nd Orchestra, jr. Recep. '30, '31, journalism '30, '31, Associate Edi- tor, Sr. Blotter, Glee Club '27, '28, Sapin' sky Contest '30, Track '30, "The Valiant", T. H. U. G. S. WILLIAM E, FALK "BILL" Boosters, Basketball '29, '30, Track '30, '31, Band, 2nd Orches' tra '28, '29, Journal' ism '30M, "The Ghost Story", T. H. U. G. S. ELMER R. ' FARNSLEY "FLONT" S. R. S., Sec'y. '30M, Treas. '30, Pres. '31, Sodalitas Latina, Boost' ers, Rep., Orchestra, Operetta '30, '31, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Band, Boys' Glee Club, Mixed Glee Club, Football '27, Basket' ball '27, Iouranlism '30H: T. H, U. G. S. 5...-, ,.,...,. - .3 sl? 1 A? K..,4tQ" ' . V, . I ,,,.l fu ,. K. . ESTHER RUTH FARNSLEY "FRANK" Library Staff '30, Boosters, Rep., Jr. Recep. '31, C. O. E. D. S. MINNIE LOUISE FAULKENBURG "MINNIE LOU" Boosters, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Sr, Blotter Staff, C. O. E. D. S, CLARENCE C. FEIOCK UBUD.. S, R. S., Treas. '30, Orchestra, Operetta '30, Cast '31, Boosters, Boys' Glee Club, Treas. '29, Vice-Pres. '30, Sr. Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Mixed Glee Club, 2nd Orchestra '28, "The Ghost Story", I'. H. U. G. S. WILTON FEIOCK "UTZ" Baseball '27, '30, Jr. Recep, '30, '31, Boost' ers, Class Basketball '29, Boys' Glee Club '29, Band '27, T, H. U. G, S. DAVID A. FLANIGAN "DAVE" Seven Up Club, Treas. '31, N Club '30, '31, Boosters, Baseball '28, Football '27, '28, Bas' ketball '29, '30, T. H. U. G, S. ans ,1 N., , I , I f- X. ,A X. x 'N ' xy-om. K, " .Aft V, ,i ,,,jf,f E "'K.1.. .. , ,ni ,,1,,,.. . I , .Niue . ,,.,. . ,W ,. my M: 4, .FA .. A . iff gf- . 1 T' 7 C " "' r S51 ' f. . 1 ' ' . e- - 'l ' .g'l"" '. " 13, , T - ' 1 .',, f " f 'fl if , I " ff' - ,. ' 1 , ,P 3 e' fwfsf- X ' , ?.,4'..r - ,,. , cf ,Lf I 3 . .--' , 1 . . ...cg 51 . ' 2 " , 3 . Q . . I ff 7' ' ' g ' - - 4- , . ,...,, . W- 4 Y . r. Q. 1. 21220 i ,I if ' if' 9 x Q f ,,,,,,,,f -..,- , ..,,....,.. 1 ,rw N-...M , , ,, , .stfwmww ' f..A , J ,.......,.- . A-. , EDITH FLANIGAN Speakers, Treas. '31, jesters' Guild, Vice' Pres. BOM, Bel Canto, Pres. '30M, '31, Sec'y '30s Sodalitas Latina, Boosters, Audubon Club, Sec'y '28M, Girls' Drum and Bugle Corps, 2nd Orchestra '28M, 1st Orchestra, Sr. Blotter Staff, Op' eretta '31, Christmas Play '31, "The Flower Shop", "The Valiant": Jr, Recep. '30, '31, C. O, E, D, S. ELIZABETH FRANIEQLIN nu .. Boosters, Rep., Art Club Play '29, Oper' etta '27, '28, 31, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. ELIZABETH GIBBS "TIBBY" Speakers, Vice'Pres. '30, Bel Canto, Sec'y '30, Vice-Pres. '31: Mixed Glee Club '28, '29, Boosters, Operetf ta '28, '30, Sapinslcy Contest '28, Minerva Club: 2nd Orchestra '27, '28, jr, Recep, '30, '31, "The King's English", C. O. E. D. S. WILBUR GILL "PUSS" Boys' Glee Club, Op' eretta '30, Boosters, Rep., Jr. Recep. '30, '31, "The King's Eng' lish", T. H. U. G. S. PAULINE GILLEY "POLLY" Speakers, Soclalitas La- tina, Boosters, Audu' bon Club, Operetta '29, Jr. Recep. '30, '311 Sr. Blotter Staff, C. O, E. D. S. -8 '23 1 'ifr 2 i,.jf:.Q-, Ia, 1. . s k g. ' w " .. 1 V , f: 1 1 .L,?f.i?L..7. ., f. I. ii. ' ' ,. . 3... 4, ' I .g s , , f ' 5 KENNETH GLAZE A'RED" S. R. S., Sr. Blotter Staff, Boys' Glee Club, "The Valiant", T. H. U. G. S. MARTHA GOHMANN "BECK" Boosters, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. CORNELL GRAVES "NELI.IE" Boosters, Rep. '30, journalism '31, T, H. U. G. S. EDMUND R. GREEN . ED.. Boys' Glee Club, So- dalitas Latina, Boost' ers, Band, Orchestra, Class Basketball '30, Track '30, '31, Oper' etta '29, '30, '31, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Mixed Glee Club '28, '29, T. H. U. G. S. ALICE L. HAMPEL HAL.. Boosters, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff , Operetta '29, '30, '31, C. O. E. D.S. fl A. .41 . 'lily 1 . I. 'I I Q., gg . F s. ,. -k . f,.,,.. ,011 ' N ,W-fd., ..'7'4"" IH... ... ills if 77' ff! f .... , Leif 2 1 rrt- , . . -. U f ,s uv s-,sf .5 , "' 1 1 , 20' 1 2 ,E '. .' 2 as ,Q ' A 'T'w Rf 5 l . K l 4 l . A 1 -,E 5 1 ., M. ' -nu. .l .f , .,, 1 . X LW.. .- " A -5 RUTH V. HANEN URUTHIE J1N" Jr. Recep. '30, '3lg Sr. Blotter Staff, Boost' ers, journalism '31, Tyler Contest '29, '30, Operetta '28, '29, '30, "The King's English", C. O. E. D. S. LEE HARGRAVE "HARG" VicefPres. Sr. Class, N Club, VicefPres, BOM, '31g Seven Up Club, Pres. '31, S. R. S., VicefPres. '30, '30n, '31, Boosters, Wrangf lersg Basketball '28, '29, '30, Capt. '31, Track '30, Baseball '28, '29, '30, '31, Football '27, jr. Recep, '30, '31g "The Val' iant"g Pres. T. H. U. G. S. GENEVA HARPE Art Club, Boosters, Sr. Blotter Staffg C. O. E. D. S. ELIZABETH HARTLING "BETTY" Sodalitas Latinag Boost' ersg Ir. Recep. '30, '311 Operetta '30: C. O. E. D. S. WILLIAM HAWLEY "BILL" Football '30g N Club: S. R. S., Journalism '31g "The King's Eng' lish": Boosters: T. H. U. G. S. I .W .. .,..,- H. Qs in QT 3 . tilt- ARTHUR HEGEWALD "PIECE" Boosters: T. H. U. G. S. MARVIN HEILIG "TARZAN" Boosters, Rep.g Track N Club, Art Clubg '30g Football '29, '30, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, "The King's Englishng T. H. U. G. S. MARY IUANITA HETTIGER "MARY J," Boosters, Sr. Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '0, '31: C. O. E. D. S. DELBERT HIGGENBOTHAM "HICKORY" N Club, Boostersg Track '29, '30, '31g "The King's EngIish": T. H. U, G. S. BERNARD HOCK Boostersg Basketball '29, '30, T. H. U. G. S. l,,.. . .,., ,wg .1---. 'N s W V A.4V K r 1 - ,Q 1 . t . .QU Q g .ff ir .' ' W' . "W 4--ff W., , .-. W. .sn L., -.., .... -N ...... , . , x 8- . bi., VN A. , , .. x f V3 I . E V . . K rf ,, If ,4 ffl. .19 we Qs. , firm... gif U A L,W,, ..,.,,.f 5- .-., 2 ,- ws-ff . mr,-+.a.....-f N' ,. . .. ,.--wee., CHARLES E. HOKE "HARVEY" Band '27"31, Orches' tra, Boys' Glee Club, Boosters: T. H. U. G. S. RUTH HOLADAY Minerva Club, Boost' ers Rep.: Ir. Recep. '30, '315 C. O. E. D. S. EMILY E. HOLMES Speakers, Bel Canto: Operetta '29, '30, '31g Jr. Recep. '30, '31: lst Orchestra '30, '31, Journalism '30, "The King's English", C. O. E. D. S. AULYNE HOUGH "I.ENE" Operetta '29, '30, Boosters: Ir. Recep. '30, '31: C. O. E. D. S. AMY HOUSE UHEFTY' Boostersg Sr. Blotter Staff: Audubon Club, Minerva Club, Vice' Pres. '30M, Sec'y '313 jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. 7 4 f l rl' 4 33845: 'P s 5331" J 5 MARY THELMA HUSK "HUSKY" Bel Canto: Operetta '29, '30, '31g Boost' ers: jr. Recep. '30, '31g Typing Team '31g C. O. E. D. S. ALICE IANES HATCH" Speakers, Treas, '30M, Pres. '31g Bel Canto: Iesters Guild, Treas. '30Mg Sodalitas La' tina, Boosters, Sec'y '30, Audubon Club, '29, '30, '31g "Beau Nash", "The Flower Shop": Ir. Recep. '30, Treas.g Operetta '28, '31g Sr. Blotter Staff: "The Ghost Story"q C. O. E. D. S. MARGARET C. JONES A',lONES" Boosters, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Tyler Contest '29: C. O. E. D. S. REED KELSO "TINY" Wranglers, Sec'y '30 Wranglers, Sec'y '30M: N Club, Pres. BOM, '31g Speaker' Wrangler Debate '30, Boosters, Christmas Play '29, Football, Track '30, 313 Basket' bal '29, '30, '30Hg Baseball '28, '29, '30: Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, Sports Ed., "The King's Eng' lish"g T. H. U. G. S. MARYLYNN KENNADY Art Club, Pres. '30, '31q Bel Canto, Treas. '30, '31, jr. Recep. '30, '31g Sr. Blotter Staff, Ar: Editor, Op' eretta '30, '31, Art Club Play, '29, Boost' ers, "The Ghost Story": C. O. E. 1 .,,K..,,, - x Bfiilf A -.-.. gkkui. . i X . .. M . .3 TL, ww - af . Mya" M-, is D. S. ...M-:ffl-' . 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KAN" l,M,..,' xv WM .af-, , VN 4 .1 .. , ., A,,..y MW., wnrxrf ...r ,V -W... N 'dl SARA MARGARET LINDLEY "LITTLE LINDLEY" Iournalism '30Mg Boosters. lst Orchesf trap Sr. Blotter Staffg C. O. E. D. S. 'IRMA M, LINNERT "EMMIE" Boosters: Operetta '301 lr. Recep. '30 '3l: Sr. Blotter Staff: C O. E. D S. PAUL LOESCH T. H. U, G. S. LOIS LUTHER SHORTYH Boostersg Sr. Blotter Staffg Library Staff '29Z 2nd Orclxestta '30g jr. Recep. '30, 'Sig C. O. E. D. S. MARIE LYVERS -DAISY" Bcl Cantog Minerva Clubg Boostersg Oper' etta '28, '29, '30, '31g jr. Recep. '30, '31g Sr. Blotter Staff: C, O. E. D. S. 1 5 i if DOUGLAS MCAFEE "DOUG" S. R. S.g Boosters: Glee Clubg N Club: Baseball '28, '29, '30g Football '28, '29g Track '28, '29, '30, '31g Class Basketball '28g Operetta '29g T. H. U. G. S. DOROTHEA V. MCCALLIAN '-DoDY" Sodalitas Latinag Sa- pinsky Contest '30, '31g jr. Recep. '30, '31g Boostersg Sr. Blot- ter Staffg C. O. E. D. S. ETHEL M, MCCANDLESS "IRISH" Bel Cantoz Minerva Club, Treas. 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C, 'azz 05.252 5 Jag pg 3 go, Ranuifef .ww . ,QCQO mst., ,qui dwg -In ,gpg cn ' Z -Wx N32-gmc E Wen Wm I rn ' Zo UQZEQO-150255 S: Pg' 5 ,Mx-ff4'f' ' sf'3q,f-3-Uwfgg L22 :fi1.',,' 9na?'pT'm'P.9Yfm --7 5 X fff'i'7 " 7 C . i T vifg ff" "fax l '-N. f 2 if . ...ff x':' 1 f 'fi 25 S f l N . ,,,b 4' x f. 1-do ia .fr 1 , ,:. K' if 2' , f . - ' 1 'N b1,,, - ' if , , ' "1" f 1 'I' f 'f rw: ' Z ' ,. ,sm ,fl ff .W fx X-1 Y ,. ,f-: Sv--M' 5 l V ,fs fc. 'V ffl, is " V.. b gil .. 5 ,i v v wj , 4 M , sv ,biz f . ., V ' 4 ----" Ag MARVIN MCMONIGLE NMAC.. N Clubg Boys' Glee Clubg Boostersg Base- ball '29, '30g Basketball '29 Class , ,301 Journalism '3lg Oper' etta '31g "The Ghost Storyng T. H. U. G. S. LYLE ROWE MCSPADDIN "LlSSl.E" S. R. S.g Boys' Glee Clubg Bandg Boosters, Rep.g Sapinsky Conf test '29g Mixed Glez Clubg Operetta '29, '30g Ir. Recep. '30, 31, Mgr. School Bank' ingg District and State Commercial Teams , 1 gb , 9 Q . A visa C ROY MERTZ ' 'MERTZIE' ' Wranglersg Boys' Glee Clubg Audubon Clubg Operetta '30g St. Blot- ter Staffg jr. Recep. '30, '31g "The Val- iant"g T. H. U. G. S. NAOMI R. MEYER UNA.. Bel Cantog Boostersg Operetta '29, '30g lst Orchestrag Sr. Blotter Staffg jr. Recep. '30, '31g "The G h o s t Story"g C. O. E. D, S, I f 9 LOUIS MOORE "LOUIE" lst Orchestra '29, '30g Band' 29, '30, '31g 2nd Orchestra '28, '28hg Bostersg Sr. Blotter Staffg T. H. U. G. S. BERTHA L. MORRIS "BETTS" Boosters, Pres. '30M, 31g Sr. Blotter Staffg Jr. Recep. '30, '31g C. O. E. D. S. MARTHA MORTON "FORFEIT" Boosters: Jr. Recep. '31s C. O. E. O. S. RUTH I, MOTE 'ASAMMYH Boosters Q jr. Recep. ,,.f X Q ,gig , , ' '. ,,f: 'D HELEN MYERS Bel Cantog Speakersg Sodalitas Lantiag Speaker Play '31g Op' eretta Cast '31g Speak' erfWrangler Debate '31g Ir. Recep. '31g C. O. E. D. S. HAROLD NEWTON "NAPOLEON" Boostersg Football '29g Track '30g G r a d e School Coachg "The King's English"g T. H. U. G. S. MARVIN OAKES HVOL.. Boostersg lst Orchesf tra '30, '31g Bandg Operetta '2Sg Ir. Recep. '30, '31s Glee 'Club '27, '28g Class Basketball '28g Track '31g Sr. Blotter Staffg T. H. U. G. S. JAMES OLLIS "jlMMIE" Sodalitas Latinag Boost' ersg Ir. Recep. '30, '31g Track '29, '30, '31g Sr. Blotter Staffg K-t. .ight Qi V slag. 'gl Q b 5 '31g C. O. E. D, S. , gugy I 1 "S1 eg "The Valiantug T. H. X - fa-ami U' G- S- f A W ' f KATHERLIN ROSE' S t x LINEARQHQPINGS KATHIQRINQQORTH . I ft"--9' mu" Bel Cantog Minerva KATE , Club. Boosters, Oper, Boostersg Operetta'2'7, -' xx: etta -29 -30 -'31, sa, 283 Art Club Play 293 xv K K K 3 ' .,,,,5,g pinsky Contest '29g Sr. Jr' Regep' , 30' 31: .. ' B l o t t e r Staffg Jr. -loumahsm 311 C' O' In .M,.,,,1 Recep. '30, '31g C. o, E- D' 5' A A, ,. Q,f'lT,.'M, E. D. S. "A w,15:131k,M,., f -- also ,, 'fQ.,,+f'f1jj- ' In A rtgww effsaaesw'-v'ei'li3A E1 14413. . I ' 'W fftzfrff W ' ' ' ., A ff' . A' ' ff" I gg. f . . . . .. - ... 1 533555 3' fi? r fi? 1 H A 1' ' '. ' I I : ' . Y MEL: 1 .Sf if f f -4 . cgyi f s E telt I -f ' p . . A 5 5 , 5. 1 ' if " ' , . .Q ,, if I Y- ff 3' - t l 'A ' , sf P REQ!!! F .. e f S A ' 2 I f 3 5! f"""N . I -N 1 l ss..,iQJ . 3 1 2 i '. 'ikyxk A aim, .3 ',,'2-Gif' My I -.SH V. S, 3: R ...ap-f - .-. I .,Mw,u .ir , .. if N-...c J W v 3 , , .,, n --sf 1 . SARA DENTON PARIS Speakers, S tu d e n t Critic '30, Pres. '30M, Bel Canto, Soladitas Latina, Iesters' Guild, Student Director '30Hg Tyler Contest '29, '30, Operetta '30, '31, Christmas Play '30, Iesters' Guild Play '31, 2nd Orchestra '29M, lst Orchestra '30M, Drum and Bugle Corps, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Speakerfwrangler Debate, Sr. Class Sec'y, C. O. E. D. S. DALE PARR "HAP" Boosters, "The King's English", T. H. U. G. S, DOROTHY PAUL "DOT" Speakers, Student Crit- ic '31, Iesters' Guild, Sodalitas Latina, Quaestor '30, '31, Boosters, A u d u b o n Club, Sapinsky Conf tset '29, Operetta '28, '29, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, "The Ghost Story", C. O. E. D. S. JAMES WALTER PERRY UGRIZZLEH S. R. C. Boosters, Glee Club, Track '29, '30, '31,, Sr. Blotter Staff, "The Valiant", T. H. U, G. S. THOMAS DOANE PERRY UTOD., Wranglers, Sodalitas Latina, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Glee Club Vice Pres. '30, Football '29, '30, Sr. Blotter Starr, Vice Ire-. Ir. Class '30, Christmas Play '30, Boosters, Rep. '31, "The Val' iam", T. H. U. G, S. ,SY I - i 'Q- YS " 1 ' , ' fam MARGARET PLAISS as S.. Bel Canto, Boosters, Operetta '28, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. RICHARD POTTS "DICK" Boys' Glee Club, Op' eretta '29, '30, '31, Track '30, '31, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Boost' ers,' Rep., :Grade S c h o ol Basketball Coach '29, '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, Jour' nalism '31, T. H. U. G. S. ELIZABTH STARR POUTCH 'tLIBBY" Speakers, I e s t e r s ' Guild, D r u m and Bugle Corps, Boosters, Orchestra, Operetta '28, '29, '30, '31, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Auduf bon Club, Sr. Blotter Staff, C, O. E. D. S. CATHERINE RADCLIFF "KATE" S p e a k ers, Boosters, S t a t e Championship Bookkeeping II Team, '30, Second Individual Prize, Sr, Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Bookkeeping IV Team '31, "The Ghost Story", C. O. E. D. S. BILLIE BARBARA RAHNER "BILL" Bel Canto, Drum and B u g I e Corps, 2nd Orchestra '29, lst Orchestra, Operetta, '30, '31, Accompanist, Typing Team '31, C. O. E. D. S. fn' Pty N l x l s l l I 1 Q.-if -3 ,,,l,If:-my-4' f, , f:,.,,...., ...M s'WyfW""' f 5-':.':'.,TT"':"-'-"3 -3,'L -'Sgr ""'322. ' 7 1 ' f " "' ' "CP " " QI, " ' i' 1 f 2 , . , i - 1. . . 1 1 ' 1 -.,. .-. W e iiiufms A . 3353 . -f Q I W. if . at ii-E I ' 2' YW !" -.-. ,V t.z. '5."-xiii? ,Aj Q. , - f y: ...rg A ' ...zSz,'f.,A.23v1.:, 1 f -.ei .. . . ' .,, . . ':. . Qi " Q Q s P , el 'ibisxizs 321 " if ff- 8 - Q. ji. ww- , , ,V Hmfrf . ,,-..4..r V, . ,,, -4 . I. me KATHLEEN RAINBOLT "KAY" Minerva Club, Sr. Jr. Blotter Staff, Recep. '30, '31, Min' erva Club Play BOM, Boosters, C. O. E. D. S. FREIDA D, RANICKE "FIFI" Bel Canto, Boosters, Operetta '29, '30, Sr. Blotter Staff: Ir. Recep. '0, '31, C, O. E. D. S, GAYLE RATLIFF "TEENIE" Boosters, journalism '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, Operetta '31, C. O. E. D. S. MILDRED READ "MIDGE" Tyler Contest '30, Ir. Rece . '30, '31, C. O. P E. D, S. BENJAMIN REISTER "BEN" Iournalism '30: Sr. Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Bas' ketball '29, '30, T. H. U. G. S. ni? gr, A f M k 1 7 . 4. :eg-5 S -f -. Q-su 31, fo -4. 'Sq' t 'Vi as 'aw 'J Sifaqizig Q vga.,-g '- 'I"s: xi z:.fs12'Zf .. -. Y Lf a 't-. . , 1 ' " N if if X I e.. 1 A I . MARY ROBINSON "TOPS" Boosters: Operetta '31, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. ELVA LOUISE K K ' ROCKET?-IBACH Speakers, Student Critic '30Mg Sodalitas Latina, Consul '312 Bel Canto, Art Club, Operetta '29, '30, Cast '31, Art Club Play, Blotter, Literary Ed. BOM, Copy Ed. 315 Boosters, Scholar' l ship "N", Sr. Blotter Staff, Associate Ed., Ir. Recep. '28, '30, '31, "The G h o st Story", C. O. E. D. S. . -x EDNA MAE ROTH x '-EDDIE" XTR Boosters, jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O, E. D. S, MARTHA ROYSE "MART" in Bel Canto, Sodalitas '5 'QQ Latina, Boosters, Op' f. 'Sf eretta '30, '31, Ir. ,xl . Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Q .3 glotter Staff, C. 0. E. H I ggi 1673, J. s . , . .,.,. , -hut,-M VIRGINIA RUSK "CIN" .. Bel Canto, Minerva i Club, Operetta '30, Ir. fswfvm. , Recep. '30. '31, Boost- I ers: Sr. Blotter Staff, C. O. E. D. S. if ffifw "Q"f.fQ if 'TT' I . Y 1 I ..., .... , ,y i ,v I i any N In Ai. . ff f ' be sg. 2 i t ,.i, f l V , .V .. V+ .A , , 4 , .. , gf. A:- 1 -.g g .V K Wt .f'XX N l 1 T! -Assay -QX s l 1 l pgs Ill: 5 . W. I L il, , , 't 1 fu? A P' 'H as W ! J' , ' ..W,.p-. ,Mi GEORGE H. SANDLEWICK "SHOTSEY" Band, 1st Orchestra, Boosters, Class Basket' ball '30, Track '31, T. H. U, G. S. DOROTHY SAYLES MDOT.. Sodalitas Latina, Boost' ers, Operetta '28, '31, Sapinsky Contest '30, Sr. Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. SIMON SCHAEFER NSI.. Wranglers, Boys' Glee Club, Pres. '29, '30, Mixed Glee Club, Boosters, Band, Art Club, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, 2nd Orchestra, 1st Orchestra, Oper- etta '29, 'Og Cast '31, Jr. Class Pres., "The King's English", T. H. U. G. S. EDWARD SCHMITT "SMITTY" Sodalitas Latina, Band, Boosters, 2nd Orchesf tra, Sr. Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '30, '31, "The Ghost Story", T. H. U. G. S. ROY SCHROEDER K N V journalism 'SOMQ T. hx, y 'I f, ' H. U. G. s. l , s "3 ' A , K . L 'AH QQ" W ,- -'mis Q . f --f""N Fw .7'W1??41. 35, Amxiyddif' !"" - .f r .. " 5 .- f am. def' . i w e I .. Q. . f - "" " : " N:...SF - if ' " " 1" . 5 -,nl 3-, PAUL B. SCHULZ "SCHULSIE" Boosters, Sodalitas La- tina, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Art Club, Sr. Blotter Staff, "The King's English", T. H. U. G. S. LUCILLE SCOTT HSCOTTIEH Operetta '29, Boosters, Sr, Blotter Staff, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. WILLIAM SHARP "BILL" Boosters, "The Ghost Story", T. H. U. G, S. DONALD R. SHORT "FLOP" Latin Club, Quaestor '25, Boosters, Rep. '30nQ Cheer Leader '25, '28, 29, '30, '31, jr. Recep. '30, '31, "The King's English", T. H. U. G. S. STANLEY SILTZ "Sl.ITZ" Seven Up, Sec'y. '30, '31, Ir. Recep. '30, '319 T. H. U. G. S. J' ,ff VAX . NX if M 1 . I. AA. 3 , 4,1 K ii ..,. ll -wwf' ' , .. I . I feb 1, -2 Y fl , .2-,J 1: . 1 gg, k , ,.- .ii-3lx!5 rf Q-ff , ..,, f w,,,,.,.,,, .a .W we r 1 Z, .ufwrffe 2 . f,.... rw-W fi ANNA ELIZABETH SLOAN "'I'OOTSIE" Jesters' Guild, B el Canto, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Operetta '29, '30, '31, Boosters, Sr. Blot- ter Staff, Journalism '31: Pres. C. O. E. D. S. CLAUDIA MAE SNIDER "SNlTTER" Minerva Club, '31, Operetta '28, '29, '30, Boosters, Jr. Recep. '28, '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. HAROLD SNYDER "SNYDE" Wranglers, Sodalitas Latina, Boys' Glee Club, Band, Boosters, Art Club, Operetta '29, '30, '31 Cast, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, T. H. U. G. S. ANNIE ELGIN STARR "ANNE" Bel Canto, Treas. '30M, Art Club, So' dalitas Latina, Journal- ism Staff '30M, '31, Operetta '29, '30, Cast, '31, Boosters, jr. Recep. '30, '31, "The Ghost Story", C. O. E. D. S. DEWEES STEIN "DEWEY" Boosters, T. H. U. G. S. 4" s K , .-. 4' "' Q 'iss 5611, Ia " . 5 " ,ff K- .wrt f .f PEARL STEPROE "WINDY" jr. Recap. '30, '31, C. O. E. D. S. PAUL THOMAS "PUDDIN" Boosters, Track '31, jr. Rece . '30, '31, T. H. U. S. MARIANNE THOMPSON Bel Canto, Minerva Club, Sr. Blotter Staff, Boosters, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, Operetta '30, '31, Minerva Club Play '30, "The Ghost Story", C. O. E. D. S. NORRIS UTRECHT "DICK" Band, Boosters, lst Orchestra '31: Clars Basketball '27, '30, Track '31, Audubon Club '28, Sr. Blotter Staff, jr. Recep. '30, '31, T. H. U. G. S. EDWIN VON ALLMEN "GUSSlE" Boosters: Sodalitas La- tina, Baseball '29, Track '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, T. H. U. G. S. f M x .awk ,, X- K , . Y ' " 34,2 Q ',,i'wQ,-,I 'x . .. fi H ,WCA .W f M, M.. br, , fps.. CR .., 13 fr' rw sag- " F "l'!Sf' "ggi A .. -'K Y ff. ,f,, " T 5 I ,,,.a-Qg rff r ,.,, . . 2 ee , 1 ' ," """'Lv 'sn fs ,IK 'af 1 x A-If 5 .. 22 , . 4e?f.Zs3'5" 8 fa X' v , 1 if l av 'I ,H-asf' Mol 1 P' Q EVELYN WADE Boosters, jr. Recep. '30, '31, C. O. B. D. S. WILMA ELIZA' BETH WAGGONER "l.OVEY" Operetta '30, Boost' ers, Rep. '30, '31, Jr. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staffg C. O. E. D. S. l DAMON WALTS ' "CURLY" , S. R. S., Boosters, 1 Rep., N Club, Track I '28, '29, '30, '31, Boys' Glee Club, VicefPres. '29, Operetta '29, '30, '31s 2nd Orchestra N '28: lst Orchestra, K l Band, Sr. Blotter Staff, L e a d e r Volunteers I Football '29, Ir. Recep. -.I '30, '31g "The Ghost Story", T. H. U. G. S. THELMA E. WELCH 5 "TILLIE" Art Club: Boosters, Ir. I Recep. '30, '31, C. O. 2? 1 E. D. S. ,.. .. . J' . m f - f' WALTER if Wm WHITEMAN ,M 5 sf, Blotter Staff, Boost' . 9 ers, T. H. U. G. S. , L, .... .mi 'I , .1 53 , r.e 112. . ll., mul m ... 5 A 4, V :es IVAN A. WHITTINGHILL "WHlTTY" Boosters, jr. Recep. '30, '31, Sr. Blotter Staff, T. H. U. G. S. PAUL RUSSELL WILCOX "TOWfHEAD" N Clubg Wranglers: Boostersg Football '28, '29, Capt. '30, Basket' ball '28, '29, '30r Track '28, '29, '30, Baseball '29, '30, Ir. Recep. '30, '31, "The King's English", T, H. U. G. S. I I DoRoTHA WILLIAMS i MDOT.. I Boosters, O p e r e t t a. '31, Ir. Recep. '30, '31s C. O. E. D. S. WILLIAM WILSON 3 "BILL" Operetta '30, '31g Boys' G l e e Clubg . Q Track '31, Boosters, ,, Ir. Recep. '30, '31: journalism '31, Book- keeping II Team '3Ufg ' T. H. U. G. s. 1 ILORENE WININGER "JUNIOR" V Boostersg Sr. Blotter . Staff, Jr. Recep. '30, '31s C. O. E. D. S. I 'sk-7 Ref f-NX i 'N 1 1 Q.. . ,, xl. ,L I :ff 1..,x . M95 ev sa 11 .I ,W .,..,.. .. ,.,: 72- L I,.myN.I, .. . , 'Wil L N 'Vi 'V V 'f I. - 'T 2 ,..' af., I . 'ij I I 3. Z- ' 1 " ' ' - ",,iQ,.,1,iQiS5gl?'- . ' ' flnflg-, .'.. -I - ,155 ,v H 2 'N :IA Q .,fi'1f" . I .V 1 2.542522 'A' 'fav 5i,j:efu 'Q I H 'uf-ii' 4-L H I '4 : '33 , 2 ,S 5' ,, A -' ' I. ':?. 1-. "mv L Q n"1"" ' 5' 1--1,-A , 3, Igfgwf- - -.,,.-... I - , ,V .FF I gif .em m.f '5:ME' Ll 'W 1 L X, Q ' iii sr I., r N I . ' +-1 A. :wa 'lf' gf x , 44- . .1 122 , ,. ,.. .,, .5 wg :M N...fffw.t...., ... ,. .. M, Nj, .. f'Hs...... ,,, A 11.111, ,. l' X, ,. ffrwhcirwmwa f fm.-N: ,, MANUEL WOLF "WOLF" N Club, Boosters: Football '27, '28, '30, Track '28, '30g jr. Recep. '30, '31, Bas- k e t b a l lg journalism '3l: T. H, U. G. S. ROBERT WOLFE "BOB" N Club: Track '28, '29, '30, '31:1r. Recep. '30, '31, T. H. U. G. S. ESTHER WRIGHT HES.. Speakers: Soclalitas La' tina, Audubon Club, Operetta '30, Jr. Recep. '30 '31g Boost' ers: Sr. Blotter Staff, C. O. E. D. S. IDA RUTH YOUNG "PANSY" Boosters: lournalism '31: C. O. E. D. S. THELMA F. ZIMMERMAN UZIM.. Boosters, Ir. Recen. '30, '31s C, O. E. D. S. .A I I ff' Q wif fair' A XWWSTI sf JEROME JOSEPH ZOELLER --JERRY" N Club, Sr. Blotter Staff, Sodalitas Latfnag Football '28, '29, '30: Basketball '28, '29, Track '30, '31s Base' ball '28, '29, '30 '31: Boosters, "The Ghost Story", T. I'I. U. G. S. KENNETH BULLINGTON HKEN.. Seven Up, Vice-Pres. '30Mg Treas. '29, '30, Boosters, Rep., Track '28, jr. Reccp. '29, '30, P. I. R. A. T. E, S. EDWARD BUSALD "EDDIE" Football '27, '28, Boosters, Band, Track '27, '28, journallm BOM, jr. Recep. '29, '30, P. I. R. A, T, E. S. KATHERINE CLAWSON "KAY" Boostcrsg jr. Recep, '30 '31, P. I. R. A. T. E. S. DAVID FEIOCK "DAVE" I7 R. S.: Boys' Glee Clubg Banclg lst Or' che tra, Boosters, Foot' lsnil '29 '30: Track, '29, Operetta '28, '29, '30, '31, jr. Recep, '30, '31, Volunteer Musical Band '29, '30: "Tlx: Ghost Story", P, I R. A. T. E, S, ,. KJ LN . ...A .""l'e2 " 'fit tk. .. x gfaxyl ..',.1 ..,q"ffgu' 1.-rfvmrnf . ,f "-v-.,. A ,.f ,V 1 W K ..,,f if, f 3 1 3 Yi I ' I 'Qi , 5 . ' ' ' '5ll5""'2""" 1. . fi . Q- V.. ., 'ft Q ' mul 3 , z . , m t., J r E - 3. . V 1. . ML. F.5tsf?iS' 'A ff V- w s..' . ,f GQ A -ww . , L5 ,"' , "wi f ,, I 1 1 iv " 5 1 . ni, J - . -., ' Q. . ., . if , vq,,ln.fe41 . - 1 X Q, 5, L , .,-.- rf- .- . . . ..-'Q ,.- 4 W ,W lg . ggi 1 I . M M Q ze ... 4 ,Q , ' ' REV A4755 K 'h ' A 2: X I A ' ' 4-" f 15? , 1 1 1 1 af.-,Q 3 r 1 wer , . 1 , ,.ai??i if J Mw 1 1' 5 'X' . 1 , QQ 'J 1 IHA, 1 4, 1 ' li . 1 1 RAYMOND HATFIELD "GABE" Journalism, Band, Or' chestra '26, '27, Foot- ball '26, '27, Class Basketball '28, Boost' ers, Jr. Recep., P. I. R. A. T. E. S. MAURICE R. HINDS Journalism, Jr. Recep., Band, Orchestra, P. I. R. A. T. E. S. CARL L. JENSEN "PETE" Journalism, Boosters, Band, Sr. Class, Vice' Pres. '30, P. I. R. A. T, E, S. SOPHIA JENSEN Speakers, Sec'y. '30M, Sapinsky Co n t e s t '30M, Journalism , Sec'y. Sr. Class '30M, Christmas Play '30M, Jr. Recep., P. I. R. T. E. S. GEORGE ' -- .ff W If KOCHERT A L 3 Boosters: P. I, R, A. 1Mf4M1ArEs Q i 1 1 Aw- 1 Q 1 si.. .. ,. . -Q, r 1 ' , 1. -T X..- Q "" . n 3' " 1 L , 7. ai-. Ss A 5 ' :T ,f--ff , VFTTW ARTHUR C, LANDGRAF "ART" Boosters, Track '28, '29, Class Basketball '29, '30, Jr. Recep. '29, P. I. R. A. T. E. S. LOUISE LUDWIG "MARY LOU" Boosters, Art Club, Jr. Recep. '30, P. I. R. A. T. E. S. JOSEPH McCLAlN I. R. A. T, E. S. EVERETT M. MCCURDY "MUTT" Jr. Recep. '29, Yell Leader '28, '29, '30, Journalism, Boosters, P. I. R. A. T. E, S. JACK ORIN PARK S. R, S., Pres. '30M, Sr. Class Pres., '30M, Sodalitas Latina, Conf sul '30M, Wranglers, Band, Football '29, Boosters, Jr. Recep. '30, Orchestra, P. I. R. A. T. E. S. WILBUR A. SCHAERER "I'IOOLEY" Journalism BOM, N Club, Basketball '29, '30, Baseball '28, '29, '30, Class Basketball '28, '29, '30, P. I. R. A. T. E. S, Afuvf ft., 1 5?'ugzr'4s+lu.. qi! ,milf 1 .rs x,,.1a x af' .V w.: ,aff Civ 1 M i.,, 'S' ,,.. . y MM- . ,mf ww +. - in -- 1 'T H3 ,.AL Fix? ,1 ,. We .M r-c E ,FT ag... rv. . LQ 'Qi 'WAI' V -if I 'S' Q t ,f ,...f-. ,.,, 4 " 'H' an ......ff-f-aw gg 1 ' rv-U -77, QV W ,y "X 1 ' s , . g x, 5 2, gi' Will and Testament of the Senior Class Know all men by these presents: That I, the Senior Class of the New Albany High School, of New Albany, in the county of Floyd and state of Indiana, considering the uncerf tainty of this life Qcomingj and being of sound mind and memory and understanding, do make and declare, and publish my last will and testament in manner and form following: 1. We direct that all debts and graduation expenses be paid in full firom money saved by wearing caps and gownsj. 2. We bequeath to the junior Class our dignity, wisdom, and high standards Qoh yeah?J. 3. To all remaining boys, we leave the privilege of dating Helen Meyers ftake your turn and do not rushj. 4. In all due respect, we return the over ripe 'hen fruit' that Jeff so graciously gave us fit is not necessary to return oursj. 5. We leave to Mr. C, C. Katterjohn an eight period, to which to dismiss the students fthis is indeed a dirty trick to the rest of the schoolj. 6. With no hesitation, we will to the Biology department one lack Zoeller, to be bottled and labeled upesticatus extremest" land howlj. 7 To the Junior girls, all mirrors, found in unoccupied lockers, are given. 8. We give and bequeath to the junior Class the right to publish a Senior Blotter for the year 1932 fhere's luck to you, you may need itll. 9. To Misses Kelso and Rockenbach, we leave all scraps and leftover pictures from our Senior Annual fthis will be a start for next yearj. 10. We do gladly leave to the whole school, Demi D. Finley, Pride of N. A. H. S. 4 ftake more pride in him than we didlj. 11. We give the privilege and do request that the next year's basketball team do avenge us by winning the state championship lyou can do it, and we'll be rooting for youj. 12. To every aspirant athlete, we bequeth the remaining supply of L'N's", to be distributed according to merit. 13. To Mr. C. C. Katterjohn, we leave a partially used Honor Roll fit will be found that only the upper third is usedj. 14. Rather reluctantly, we grant the Freshmen the privilege and honor of coming to the Senior High School lwe doubt the wisdom of this provision, but--oh welllj. 15. We leave our lunch permits to be distributed to those who live only seven and a half UI blocks from school fwe advise those who receive none, not to slip out as Mr. Thomas is out for revengej. 16. We, to all absentees, one good excuse do grant Qslightly used but still acceptablej. 17. We gladly return all our "E's" to our dear teachers, so that they may be handed - 1 .wg-N - r 4. , out again fthey are returned in the spirit in which they were givenlj. - .. - 18. To all our loving teachers, we grant the pleasure of having john Gilchrist in class fmaybe it won't be a pleasurelj. ,, A 19. Reluctantly, we grant the Sophmore A's the right to call the new comers, "little ir'm2.,,,.-Em sophomores" fhow do you suppose that will make the coming Freshmen feelffl. W , .. 20. To all the faculty, we leave all the sorrow of our departure Qboo hoo, boo hoo, boo-J. S. In testimony whereof, I have to this, my last will and testament, subscribed my name and M", "KZ set my seal, this fourth day of May, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and thirtyfone. I ' SENIOR CLASS OF NEW ALBANY HIGH SCHOOL. Signed, sealed, declared, and published by the said Senior -Class of New Albany School, as and for its last will and testament, in presence of us, who, at its request and its presence, and in the presence of each other, have affixed our names as witnesses hereto. . JAMES LEWIS EMBREY sw fs.. ff Jil JAMES OU-I5 'if -4313-M ss.rs...,':':+1r,,si'v vw f W . " , .V . VJ I ..73..f K . mx ' gl, L W, if ff-' ' -1 if f -Tis.. , -I ri' . 1.: -.,, . .. slj t . if .t: f..'1.-s , I -.. '.i'. 'sf "', sf. as ' .4 m . -Jar f , :PZ ft' 1 S ' '- fr ,f Qi .. . , 1. SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY New York, N. Y., March 9, 1951. Dear Newt: How have things at the Gulf Refining perculated since I last saw you? Son, I've been really going since I left the ole home town and I'm sailing tomorrow for Merrie England. Here's the news as I saw it. Back in the old home town Red Glaze, stage manager for the Elks theatre, trotted up to jeff with Lucille Scott. Nuf sed! You know Red has a page in history as an A number one scientist. His sorrell topped contemporary, George Deis, who is quite an Einstein himself, proved that Demi D's standardized tests were the bunk. Say, do you tune in W. L. A. P.'s new scandal hour with Amy House as mistress of ceremonies? Whew! Well, Podunk is now Indiana Net Champs. Lee Hargrave is their worthy mentor while McAfee rubs them down, Some combinationalike the good ole days. Coming back from the tourney I bought some luscious Jackson County mellons from Louis Moore-quite a coincidence. Yep, Bertha's his sellmate. Spent a week 'neath Dixie skies and while at Birmingham saw Annie Elgin, Alabama Bound, look' Q ing for her singing aviator. fp , Halted by the Missouri curiosity, I stopped in St. Louis to see for myself, and sure enough bumped into Jimmie Ollis and his troupe. Hadn't seen Mary " Florence since I was a junior. It's a long, hard road from the Mississippi to Hollywood, but my, oh my, . Q- - . Harold, it's worth it! Marianna is movie queen and society stepper there and entertained me in ritzie style gsix forks and the like. QI came out eating pie a la mode with a knife.j Mary Frances Chandler is the -. leading lady in the Hessian," and its some picture-fight, love, marry, and in Vvwmnl N M. G. M. production, "The . A if Y Rf l assi " -- ljry- , I A 1 ' then really fight. Oh, well! such is life. During my flight Prohibition. He's all wet. I'm Bowling, joan Crawford de luxe, in her current hit, "Davie Dear," playing at the Capitol. What's here, I read what Ledford Day, editor of 'the Sun, thinks about sure tired, but I must see Olive l i r . r?f,l,x3 ,QFWQ . i ii. i :J X ls. I -es A gl' , W 'Ta i Ywwf avr' is . .,,..- ., ., gli this I hear about Hazel Miller further communication will be London. and her "boyfriends"? Eight in line? Sail at 9 tomorrow so broadcast from the nation's station's extension studios in jolly So long, DON. In I.ondon's Fog March 23, 1951. Deah Newtawn: Bally London is damp, but things really swirl in the mist. Atch lanes is the refined debutante leader here and has half of the dukes, princes, and earls of His Majesty's Empire after her hand. Some hand, I'd say-four aces with a king and queen of hearts. At the Epsom Downs saw Rachel Borkenheim who stenogs the Prince of Wales' private epistles. At Cardiff I stopped in a quaint curio shoppe, and lo and behold, Alice Bulleit was the owner. Every kid 4 N N, A 5. .f-' P3 'fSmigr?r.?2?:,gzNX K Psa. A N . f ,s kip R mn 1 'ik ".. C - I 3 'eii ' 1 J. I I i I5 '... ' ,Q M . 4 Q- Z . v I 1 ' 2q..,LQ fc.-g,..s. 'f -ay I K i - ff?--M5 , O We " ". X335 Q- jvyax j 7.1- ,Nqr lx I .fr I t gf 'sf . I-.X in town says that "Aunt Alice" is a "Wale of a Sport." 1 Ivry Irishman of the Imerald Isle whooped up St. 1 Patrick's Day, and the shamrock was the national trademark. Divy Flanigan was going to lick iviry Irilinder in Dublin. What became of his nickname, "Chicken"? Edith Flanigan, the talented actress, drew an overflowing crowd to the Belfast Opera House that night, and I actually enjoyed a classical program. Something out of the ordinary for me, but she was extrafgood. Scotch jokes are too extravagant for their name' sakes. Scotland is the tightest place I was ever in, and Harry McIntosh is their king. It's a good thing Al Capone II stays in the Windy City 'cause Elmer liarnsley of Scotland Yard could track him down pronto. He's the greatest defective since Sherlock 'Philo' Powell-some sleuth that boy, I push off from the stamping ground of your illustrious ancestor, Sir Isaac, today at noon alter a deucedley chawming sojourn, Cheerio, oh deah, DON. A Paris Le 28 Avril. Mon cher Newton: i7XR:Lg,,,,M Vagas Oh, if I'd only listened to what Musher Wyne was parlezvooing when I was in N. A, H. S. "im These eccentric Frenchmen are garrulous-and how! I've seen so many spacious art galleries and renowned masterpieces that a good American comic section would be a sight to my sore eyes. At the Louvre I saw the famous paintings of Gertrude Beck, and all through Italy I was bewildered by the modernistic works of the master, Orville Carroll. Those things look out of proportion to me but that's just a local A opinion. 5 N' I hurdled the Pyrennes, and in a little balcony in X'-trail, 42 J, Madrid reclined Margaret Lindley with an orchestra 'A 2' 1 . ' r '5 . W r nil S f - of suitors plunking on enlarged ukeleles, She learned N K' L Hiiyfg? J ' her technique through a correspondence course. In ' ' 'wi-1, ET' j gay Granada, they had a true gypsy carnival, and ' - "W yi' ' Q james Perry was the Latvian Strong Man in the side- V. K "I gk V show, while Silly Paul Loesch was a clown, but he K j - " i Q V was too lazy to cut many antics. Wilton Feiock, a ,Q In if " I, W ' typical Breton angler, granted his fish a vacation to I "A . K N um sce this spectacle. - 'l',1 .A ' Captain Bernard Hock canoed me to Corsica p . I Q ' where I saw Bud Feiock, his Wife, and pigeonsfin exile. f f ,'.' If 6 . He told me about Tuf Bill Wilson who is causing more 'girl w L of an eruption in Fascist Italy than Mt. Vesuvius. - ,is W I' X .7 He's rocking Mussolini's children to sleep. Like Han' 5, 544' 'll v 6' nibal I came sliding over the Alps, and spied Otto ,,,, .. ,. A ,, , M, 1 is .SKA idx ...,. Q : af . I I . 3 V.. gjgmjQLf. ' 5 tit , w i f A f ji ell P 5 I' . in H f ,Civil I ff? Diff? I J ' , i.,. fi if 2 L ?'Ci Z Q, Q ,e i.,,' V5 if , 9' ,A A 'i'i ' l .'f'!xX i N fi I if , 5 -.....,..z'1 i of i 'avi 1 , , EN W fi R 1 i , l T 5 1. E . i I .51 . 1 i ,. -w- o .J J l"' V wx : si, , . , U XZ - I : ,Z A Li 4 T- -4 1 x J - 1 P ' sr 4 X i .C N V4 1 - . - V Ebelsisor, Olympic miler, who runs it in less than four 'W .. 1 l flat fon his backj and his trainer, Leland Beck, setting T 1 'A L - the Alpine dames and goats to dancing with their Y yodeling. Failed to see Read Admiral Hegewald of the Swiss Navy. Ill Ill. A Aulyne Hough, great Parisian designer and modiste, ' V attended the tennis match where Bertha Morris de- .. .63 l :Ml - throned Mrs. Wills Moody, 6f4, 6-4, 6f3 in a gruelling ' I match. You know Thelma Welch is the lady that put Y the punch in grape juice. She has a vineyard here in Burgundy. - I guess I'll forsake Vie Maxwell's swell Cafe a la 1 gglfxf ,: 1. A ig ,-A- ' - - . LAM., --K ' ' ' r - Nuit for a good old German Beer Garden. :Y Vx 'Q-it A-' - FA' Au revoir, DON. Heidelberg, Germany Lieber Newton: May 19' 1951' Using Miss Kelso's battle cry, "Hoch, der Kaiser!" I take a last long look at this great institution of learning where Miss Etelka Rockenbach deichesed reiched her German in days long gone, You know Paul Schulz, well, he is the crowned prince here in the University. Left Paris for Denmark, but I couldn'r find anything rotten there, so treked my way up to Gottenburg, Sweden, where I found Helen Barnes. Though she's more than a match for a rich match manufacturer, yet he likes it. Remember her in the Minerva Club play? In the Memorial Art Studio of Oslo, I admired Marylynn Kennady's priceless collection of her oil paintings of the Northern Lights. Say, did I laugh at an ice skating festival in Finland when I saw Lois Larmore so gracefully glide by! I see where jerry Zoeller is the high muckyfde-muck in Soviet Russia, but he always was a Red. I have ten to one, that Mildred Read, the crimson Czarina, does the actual bossing 'cause Red's mighty but weak. Like Napoleon, Lib Poutch and Si Schaefer retreated from Moscow to the sea in record breaking time. Some dancers, those two, and they won the marathon in a waltz. Read in the Esthonian Gazette where jim Embrey, Bolshevick scientist, exploded Einstein's theory of the fourth dimension and by the deduction axiom discovered that the death rate is fluctuating among the Armenians-astounding calculations from such a powahf ful smaht man. I stopped for the pause that refreshes in a peaceful Lithuanian village and who lives there in contented bliss but, jim Best and his wife, formerly Dot Paul of Silver Hills. The Olympics this year in Czechoslovakia were keen. Bob Wolfe straddled his pole and vaulted 20 feet, smashing all altitude records. The big laugh came when Ray Millican, Il Duce of Albania, presented Penrod McCown a tin cup as ample award for his first place in the Hog Calling Contest-crude comedy. Wilbur Gill with his ranchereos from Lichtenstein kept order at the meet and a fine job they did fironyj. Margaret Duffy who galavants o'er the continent incognito yelled boisterously for the U, S. cohorts, and enticed her retinue of sauerkraut wooers to do likewise. , Reed Kelso who rides the lawyers bench in the Reichstag is taking post graduate work here-some soccer player, too. Am expecting Gilchrist and his silent partner, Trudy Koetter, any minute now. They live at Lexington-on-thefMain and he does all the talking still-has never stopped, The inspiring chords of Die Wacht am Rhein are being pounded out on the Infante Grande by Lois Luther who is making a concert tour of Europe. Am loking forward to my A 2.15 ' 3-M of-cfrlii 6 - .. . mi, . I ,t 'har 'ar .1-X fi lil W N .S r g 1 Q , ,Q . -, . I, A .W f -new--fc 7 . ...... wp, kfmsrrf-Q 1, 'jg X fr, Q see , , fl ' , P' . , .r kr', S 7 5 i F- , ' , . mf. ' ' 'ff' A4 ' 1 ,L "' sg? -- ' .,... f if, I V 3 L 153' 'I' . D XV 345 'I 1' ' sf' 3? 45. Y I , . . ll0!f. .. MA., L ig. has I s 4 A if ' -M Q ,V as ,Ny W, .fav-X .X f . N X sg, ' , 1 barge ride with anxious anticipation. Orville Mann, the clubfoot longshoreman, is going to be our Vulgar boatman and tug us down the Danube. Auf Wiedersehen, DON. P. S.-Harold Snyder joined me in a repast of beer and pretzels this afternoon. His frau, Elva Lou Rockenbach, is touring Rome and suburbs-applying that dead language she studied for fourteen years, Dark Hole of Calcutta june 6, 1951. Dear Newt: Another aching leg of my globe trotting bunion derby terminated at the end of this perfect day and, like so many other poetic creatures, I blossom forth in eloquent lyric and utter the passage "and sit alone with my thoughts", fBy permission of the copyright ownersj The waves dashed high on my barge as I cast anchor at Austria's cultural capital. Had time to cast critical eyes upon the original copies of the great painter Geneva Harpe, perhaps the outstanding artist of the times. At the Opera House, an old time Rudy episode was wit' ncssed. A fusillade of over ripe grape fruit greeted Margaret jones, when the dramatist waxed too eloquent. Thelma Husk, the rustic poet who lives in the wheat raising section of Ukraine, told me she conceived her idea for her clever ditty from a solitary reaper who happened to be Virginia Rusk. 'Midst the blooming roses of Bulgaria I came upon two sweet old maids, Mar' garet Lamb and Martha Morton. Had to scurry on 'cause Greece was beckoning. At Shotsie's Inn in Saloniki I devoured a snack of tempting victuals. While I was enraptured by the beauty of Greece, Tibby Gibbs startled me. She's looking for Homer Qnot the poetj. Every Turk turned out to glance at Thelma Zimmerman, the now Ottoman queen, as she flitted up the steps of the Mosque. Wilma Waggener, the prefectess of His Highness' royal fmudj guards, sure bounced those unruly Moslems around by their trailing arbutus soup strainers, and they offered only passive resistance. Don Short was frantically somersaulting before some droopy Mohammedans trying to inoculate some pep into the yelling section at Mecca. Marvin Heilvig by the desert coeds is worshipped as the Shiek of Araby. Say, the Belle of Bagdad, Helen Myers, is a personality girl hooked up to the loudfspeaker of a prima donna. Her twittering voice in the Speaker pep assembly and the Operetta gained her recognition. In Mesopotamia I saw Essie Wright with an apple in her hand sprinting through the Garden of Eden with a serpent in hot pursuit-get behind me Satan. At Teheran Mart Gohman, sultaness of Persia, presented me with a camel-one I wouldn't walk a foot for-which cramped my style of transportation, so I sacrificed it to help the unemployed of Irak, What was Alice Hampel searching for in that desolate counf try, Afghanistan? It's beyond my comprehension. Do you have any enlightening suggestions? rss A351511 .XR i Iggy offs.. ew ,,,. Q 1 f W as' W! Benny Reister has come to Balochistan to paint ax- Xe, , jungle vistas, but he thinks it's a rest cure. In Travanf 3' core, I visited the massive fortress of the voodooist, ' Q M:V,.,,,..- Dale Parr, who is India's banjoist of mystery. At "-is Bombay I saw Dick Utrecht charming the deadly asps with his squeaky clarinet. Well, I'll leave Ghandi's " fine' sfwrfmr r1.!'f3,-f. A ff.. are .e f fm. Tw-em gs 'cg Y. +7 if 2 w I , swiss ' . ' in Y ' s I -if ' .. 2:11 Q--.ee ' f ' if I 2 ' ' '- M is A it ' QQ f 45 Ls f -5 fe. 219, V Lrg1l - R va... .Ma I ' .,:.... .' , -s ig,-1. I , - ,f'X I 'sf' ff ,,,,,, , 4.5 New lb. ,ii we 4. ffafivf Iftx' L i J lix Vg J , .ki ,. 3: 13 W , ' ' -1 i a I if i f i 1 lx' K- .gg W V 1 4 3 l l l iii il l 5 l i I I l ,f followers to eat salt while I plod my way to the Orient. See you shanghaied, DON. Someplace in Shanghai july 10, 1951. DeAr NeWtOn: My Chienese is shaky, and so are my knees. Why did I ever read Sax Rohmer's chink thrillers? This is one spooky corner of the earth, and I don't mean perhaps. ' After having scaled the Himalayas, I tumbled upon the Plateau of Tibet. Eddie Von Allmen super' vises a dairy here of "yaks" and freights the milk to 'Frisco to add variety to the pastuerized product. Roy Schroeder was digging around in the burning sands of the Gobi desert looking for the skeletons of Neanderthal reptiles with apparent success, He struck a prehistoric graveyard while I was present. I saw Katherine Orth in her life of soltitude in Mongolia. She's the World's Most Disap' pointed Old Maid. Took a jinrikisha ride down to the Mission in Korea where Dorothea l ir- McCallian is a teacher. Captain Rosenbleau of the French Marines stationed in Confusion land, held his wedding celebration in Pekin last Tuesday and threw a big blowout. Biggest excitement since the Boxers' Rebellion. He wedlocked Ida Ruth Yung. Sara Paris skipped, hopped and flopped about in characteristic oriental fashion, and they applauded her dance so long, I thought sure she'd started another revolution. China's so far in the wake of jazz, that when Martha Royce tickeled the ivories to the ancient strain of "Tiger Rag" they all began to Charleston. I am going to deliver F. O. B. an oration on the "Younger Generation" tonight before the Madame's Mah Jong Society of which Anna Sloan is president. After that I'll have to vacate, but that won't be soon enough for yours truly, Toodle QFu Manchj oo, DON. Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, August 11, 1951. Dear Newton: I've been seeing black and brown for so long, I'm dizzier than before. I doubt whether I'm white any more myself, since I've been in such a colorful environment for such an extensive period of time. Whew, I've been in some hot places! One consolation on the yacht was Walter Whiteman's dance orchestra. Even it was plenty hot. As the good sloop skimmed past the island of Formosa, I caught a glimpse of Vera Krausgrill narrating to an innocent native something he didn't believe. You know Ruth Mote, well, she padlocked a native Filipino prince, and they are living happily ever after in a bamboo cottage on one of these isles. Stayed over night with Tod Perry in Sarawak. He's professor of Ethics there, and it's the first time I ever saw an absentfminded prof wind up a cat's tail and put the clock out. Luetta Lemmel was designated as Miss Borneo during a big powfwow of the wild men. Paul Thomas quit carrying papers, and Ruth Holaday-formerly, of course-keeps house for him in java. Papua's siren, Liz Franklin, almost imposed an abrupt finis on our cruise, but we tied the captain to the mast-thanks to Ulysses--and finally reached the untamed wilds of New Guinea. DeWess Stein, exploring for The Blotter, included me in his expedition. . . E, .yjqy if . W . fx ,swf fm, .1 f ... Mayen- W 'Sify-4 1 ' Qi""'cs in L' Kwik vi W C C 13,5557 ,,, sg? a, 1 ' if ., 'X " 11 X 5 C 'Sift o J' if - .T , J .355 . , -fn ' ll.. -L if 5 ' ,, I ' V ' Q 7 F l i ' I 4 - I ,, , it i ,, eg If Y - ' ' fr . v- W rf f af- Ve :tai 1 Lev UA, "N Q2 J ' -can t FRN :ses 3' tx l Wifi A ld: llrl 3. ,gf Ls, f 1 e y . .... its Q l ,.... A ' ' 6 L, 4 , Qs i n X' ' 'wa z I . jgf ' , f il , i M ie sr 3 ,W sl w e i .AP fb- Qs ,is-mem ,...-W 9-sew' ' . ,.,' af., iw , f' tsa., ... I .. ...f-3.. ,,,,,.,:f-r-gm'-frgn. - H- klaf. ,. Found some Lilliputians who were going to start a row, but we, nonchalant as ever, gave Spence Dieckman, their barbarous Chieftain, a Fatima, and my! what a difference a few cents make. Paused long enough to see Roy Mertz, a wise old sage and philosopher, who exists on the Solomon Islands. He has fewer wives than the ancient king, and I didn't give him an intellif gence test. He let me in on a secret that Freida Ranicke, Box 1313, New Hebrides, conducts the most sympathetic matrimonial bureau he knows of. Why don't you send your perplexing problems to her? In one of the nice straw night clubs on the Fiji Islands, while endeavoring to tango, I stepped all over the feet of Claudia Snider who is just a gigilo. The Samoa Islands were in a state of counter revolution when I arrived, but Marcella Kiper vamped the two leaders and settled the issue by affectionate arbitration. In New Zealand, I saw Charley Hoke beating a bass drum and shouting something in Yiddish. I charitably dropped a nickel in the thing. Minnie Louise Faulkenburg is the first lady dictator of the Australian Stock Exchange, She's a country lass that came to the city and made good. I saw the Jeff Red Devil Professionals walloped by the Victorian Kangaroos, 4836 in a basketball game in Melbourne. Emily Holmes is accompanying Britch Raney, diminutive captain of the losers, on the tour. The Boston Red Socks were playing exhibition games in Tasmania when I was there. Ken Brown, allfAmerican choice for shortstop, propelled two balls into the Indian Ocean while Marvin McMonigle, the pretty boy of baseball, struck out three times. Barely missed a typhoon in the Indian Ocean, and the escape was so narrow I've been xecuperating ever since. "Africa Speaks" is my war whoop. Goodbah, DON. Montevideo, Uraguay September 29, 1951. Muy Amigo: I feel like Livingston, Roosevelt, and other famous African explorers after my tramp through the Dark Continent. I didn't have to face noxteen lions growling at me like Mr. Young did, and I had more than a bow and arrow for protection. Right after pushing off from Africa, a big wave picked the skiff up and rudely tossed us here in Sister America. On highway 31 in Rhodesia, Ivan Whittinghill sped past in his front wheel drive Pontiac trying to get home to escort Geraldine out to a backgammon party. Traversed the wilds of Mozambique and row'boated hither and thither about on Lake Nyassa with john Coombs as a guide-he's an understudy of Billy A. Willer, who toppled over Clifty Falls. I was almost devoured by a Q 'W ..... 'M N. rf- ff! I? , K 1' . K ... , 'lil Q '2?3,g,, W-RX 'S xx il Q ' sw x 'fa' , famished horde of carnivorous cannibals, but I eagerly X , gave Nicky Bertrand, their savage leader, my Ingersoll Q: x W and robbed them of my good dinner. They became f' ' ii ' " vegetarians on an orange juice diet while Nicky conf . A ,- tentedly laughed in glee-"the nick of time". Morris Cramner has shot at but missed every lion in Africa, .,,...- f but the big game hunter will connect with one fsome' 4'-cf' ' M' K timej by the law of diminishing utility. Say, you ought ' ,", l .I to take a peek at the bonnets of all the Tanganyikan ' fair sex. Evelyn Wade is the official modiste there. x """L"4'f Gayle Ratliff who lives with Stump on the Gold Coast said she hadn't yet recovered from the Republican depression of '31. Edna Roth has cast her lot with -1, .wMiQ3?""f the natives and is now a Ubangi coed. She was com' "' Q., . ...wnaa-4F+erJnsz.zSff5'f+:Q NW.,-..,,.. 5,33 -"' 'ff ry, I , YQ! 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His red head setting fire to the pyramids, Jim Lewis, the world's most popular idol, be' came Pharaoh of Egypt as I was camelfriding through King Tut's sandpile. Such a hot place! The Bedouin raiders of Tripoli fought a strategic combat against the French Legion. Commander Harry Doughten at- shieks were routed. Audrey Kupfer outbid me for a Carthaginian vase in an auction bridge game at her home in Algeria. Willard Thorn is her trump and ace of hearts, .lust before I sailed for South America Marvin Oakes with a fez cocked on one ear, forsook his feminine admirers long enough to boost me on the freighter. Was tossed hither and yon in tropic storms but finally blew in here. I thought surely I'd see Davy Jones, but I'm raring to point my nose northward now. I was so seasick, that when the mess bell gonged, I'd rush for the rail instead of the dining room. I felt as if I were dying and prayed I would, but no such luck. Que V- 10 page bien Y adios, DON Q. tacked them by side angle side, and the Shivering in Skagway, Alaska Dearski Newtonski: October 5, 1951. Well, old boy, I elevate from terra firma tomorrow at 5:13 A. M. with William Hawley as my pilot for an aerial view of the polar regions. This will be the first time anyone has ventured upon this icy detour-I hope not the last. Enjoyed my voyage from the torrid zone to Alaska supermagnanimously! Will wonders never cease? Did you know Eddie Blake was a traveling salesman? That man has three girls in every port! I also was dumbfounded when I found Sis Plaiss walking. Met here as I was plodding my way through the Paraguayan No Man's Land. Not even a De Soto could penetrate this primitive forest. Say, Chile was frozen stiff when I blew in-petrified by fright of the maglignant marauder, Cornelll Graves, termed the Bad Man of the Andes. Peru is an interesting spot-black spot-but I couldn't locate any vista that would effect a whirl in artistic circles. Anyway, Edna Brewster was there daubing paint on her canvas. Something about Cortez was the title. Ecuador, the prospective gold mine for electric refrigerators, harbors a talented miss, Elizabeth Hartlfng, who is trying to "learn" those somnalent Equatorians their three Zls. After a political upheaval, the Bolivian prexy Snyderino, has clamped the quietus on the revolting faction, and his office wife, Catherine Radcliff, will be the official bookkeeper of the missing finances. Basking in the Brazilian sun, reclined long, lanky jug Aldrich, the laziest mortal on the leeward side of Azerbaijan. The dainty Susie Brown is now a calloused criminal on Devils Isle. She didn't city slicker the Senior Class of '31 when she embezzled its funds. 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B U z 'X is as . just before I boarded the good ship "Nahs" I purchased a bar of Palmolive soap from Kenny Deal who shortfchanges the Venezuelians at a Quaker Maid. This Quaker lass's papa wasn't Billy Penn either and so doesn't believe in hubberlyflove. As the tub rocks into the big ditch, I view Clarence Briscoe in a chicish Panama chapeau strutting like a Levy model along the canal front. Gee, but Paul Willcox was swaggering through Costa Rica because his tiddly wink team fluked out a win over Lester Leonard's Trinidad Daddies in a brutal combat. William Sharp was circulating Russian propaganda through Salvador trying to initiate an insurrection to augment his undertaking establishment, the McCullough Directors, Inc. The Camp Fire Girls under the able leadership of Mary Hettiger have branded their welcome upon the portals of the Guatemalian ministers of pyrotechny. A contemporary of Sandino now staggers the govern' mental stability of Nicaragua in the person of the outlaw, Bill Falk. The Marines were at their outposts when I sped past, safefguarding against this terror. Alton Martin, the editor of the Yucatan Yearly Echo, was patiently setting type in his office. It takes a dozen months to print this paper all in hieroglyphic characters-and they're tough characters too. Speaking of rambuncious marauders, I'm telling you that Del Higgenbotham and his Border Legionnaires keep conditions topsyfturvy in the otherwise tranquil Mexico. Leaving the Mexicans by means of an enlarged canoe, I sighted the Sandwich Islands about dinner time, so I parked myself in one of those Hawaiian Black Hawks on the Loop, and as I waited for my steak to be killed and cooked, Marie Lyvers, in a swaying bluegrass skirt square-danced the Islanders' version of the Camel's Slide. Felt sort 0' dead the next day, so I visited the Marine hospital where Naomi Meyers is Chief Nurse and Bottle Washer, The trip from the isle of the balmy, romantic moonlight to the land of the chilly, unsociable darkness was traveled on the bonny skiff 'iKate". The former Miss Rainbolt was presented this sport model rowboat at the uniting ceremonies when she and Rear Admiral Rip Peters were sunk in the sea of matrimony. I hope to be home, sweet home, in a week if Hawley can keep that air skiff breezing through the fflgld atmosphere' Iiarewcllski fbut notski foreverj DON Home and Hooray Hello Newton: October 15, 1951. Brrr! but that was a cold buggy ride and any arctic adventurer has my warmest sympathy. A dead log, diary, or play by play account of my aerial expedition follows: October 4, 5:13 A. M. Time to go, but I can't face the cold North so am snuggled between 10 pure' wool blankets. 5:30 We're off to a shaky start and almost ski down a glacier. The airplane is out of the tailspin but I'm not. 6:00-Arouse Nome from an icy slumber as we pause for station announcements. Ed- die Schmidt is here on his honeymoon-a very appro' priate ficej burg to bring a Coolman. In the air again at 6:30, and whiz over the May pole at 8:09 Eastern Standard Time by courtesy of the Bulova Watch Com' pany. Irma Linnert, a pale blonde polarite, shakes a clenched fist as we interrupt her nightmare too abrupt' ly. 9:59-We catch a glimpse of Franze joseph Land. I've been in cold storage for an hour. Dot Sayles, a little Eskimoxis, laughs at me as I peek my snoot out in the cold and jerk it back simultaneously. That girl's W ...A rn ,, Q ,Aff .N .N f va ,af -s. fl! , gf. i.-...I I if -r ,. ,, .,,., , .fly X . V, .aft X I sei? Aifw li i' Y' .Q ,. ,fd vga' ,MJ A..,,V-c- 'M .. ,., fr- F rw-M WWA.. im.-w,ztw-aszaisfjf QL .. 13, ,f-"1-3 M? I ' f-N.-tl .t E fr! .4 'rf -4 QT' ji at ' 1 1 . 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Skid down to earth as the sounding of the next musical note makes it 2:10-school's out-for a bite of home made victuals from Freddie Canter's Piggly Wiggly All Over the World. Fred's cranking his Ford as we bump in. The next day at 8:15 the tardy bell tolls, and in we rolls fpoeticj at Hammerfest. Haw' ley has a love story to wire his Southern pickaninny, so Ilorene Wininger scribbles it in shorthand. While they gas the airbuggy, I sleigh ride through Lapland. The athletess, Mary Robinson, runs a dairy of Santals rein' deers here, so I take a big swig of deer milk that ef' Candless beats knowledge into the domes of the Eskimo papooses. At the tooting of the 5:30 whistles we skid askance into Labrador. While we're patiently thawing our limbs that are paralytically numb from the complete ab' sence of heat, we converse warmly with two competitive nurses, Pauline Gilley and Kath' erine Mullings. just like in a Mother Goose rhyme, they both were pierced by a Bulleit wound near the respiratory organ, more often termed the heart, and in desperation, volunf teered their needed services in the nursery here. 9:00-On the 11th-The reverie sound' ed "en retard" this morning, and I gave the Big Ben some chilly indifference when it rang incessantly, but now, "they're off! the Ken- tucky Darbyf' As we glide swanflike into Newfoundland, we almost clip the sail from Stanley Siltz' fishy schooner and nigh give the salted mackerel a recuperating Martinsville peps me up considerably. . 0 rest cure. Onetta Kingsley is auc' The dozenth day of tioneering her petit farm the decimal month finds F0daY, and SHYS She is 80' . gee! us approaching the father' ing back to the Barnum , L! land, and we tune in on Circus as a barker. Bright and early as the dawn of the 7th rings back the purple curtain, we burst into the sky and by noon near Spitzenburg where Ruth Hanen is hy' bernating, preparing for her channel swim through the choppy waves of the Baltic Sea. Then to Icef land where, because of a contrary weatherfvane. we postpone further navigation until the 10th. In a screeching blizzard, I play a minor role in the wedding procession of Man Wolfe and Ruth Dreyer who are frozen together in a Yale padlock. The key is lost in a snowdrift at the same moment the best man misplaces the ring. 7:48-Off to Greenland in a swirl of snow. A 4:10 I sight jimmy Banes with his 4A Brownie snapping glacier closefups for the New Albany Ledger of which he is staff correspondent, 4:36-Finds us over Perry' land, and we see the igloo office of Esther Ruth Farnsley. She is the Madame Queen of the Mystic Knights of the Arctic Sea and she Kingfishes the fofficialj seals. There she has the income tacks of the Fresh Air Taxi Cab Co., Incorpolated unbalanced. Heavy mists W. A. B. C. with Art Constantine's new fangf dangled apparatus for aeroplane receiving sets. Edmund Greene warms us up as he slips, slides, and skids over the song hit, "Do It", with his tromf bone at 100 degrees Fahrf enheit. Friday, the 13th. Have flown over 13 black cats to date. At 1:13 on ap' proximately the 13th longitude the U. S. looms up 13 miles ahead and 513 feet below. Accelerating through the upper climatic con' ditions at 113 m. p. h. we slash the boundary tape of daddyland. An hour and 13 min' utes later we gyroplane joltingly into stall 13 on the new Embrey building in New York. Am exhaustingly fatigued and with Day Walts's music lullabying me into dreamland, I snooze for 13 brief hours in the swanky Biltmore hotel twith running hot waterl. Yesterday I completed my circumnavigation of the Mazda globe. Sis greeted me at the Greenacres Air- dome all dyked out in Sunday-go rofmeeting attire. especially designed by Catherine Banet, who studied the queer ideas of the Parisian designers for ten years. Mitzie Miller dropped in to say hello tonight but had to trip along home to open cans for hubby's dinner. Some dude from away from here is the leading man- Corydon, jeff, or Culver. Hope you enjoyed my fumbled correspondence. ' Wg f-x tx QR.. Q -we Ly., iii' ,MH f .,..,.ftz1g' se... clothe Baffin Land as we whiz by. Can hardly Aloha, pleasant dreams. 5 discern the mission school where Ethel Mc' DONALD COYTE '31, ..,..a.,,,,,..,.T ,,.' 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'A ,saggv x W2 241' 4 'A ,iv-5 Agiifai 3 x l D ff 'Ui .Y AN, Q ' is as A , J f' x xi f T f"" is? ,iff-ez eff y " Si ' a emi Q- f " wif if 1, i:..,:Lifua:. , .1 - s ' Q 1 5,5 as ji W ' f1k:':,-irffiaw f. -5 it as fa s .5 i f 6 . , " I gi D 5 wand M-we .yz ,ua A ,, THIRD ROW Charles Davis Thelma Davis Violet Dawson Leola Dellinger John Denison Imelda Deuser William DeVorc Virginia Duffy Richard Duncan Leo Durbin Helen Dye Thelma Dyer Charles Eckert FOURTH ROW Viva Emery Joseph Etheridge Myrl Everbach Elaine Ferguson Dorthea Fetter Margaret Fischer Guy Foreman John Freiburger Catherine Garing Eleanor Garrison Betty Giles jack Gonder Hubert Graham .fax O pk I tiff , ,f ,., ,. ifyiakiai 1 L., , , , tt.-.Q ., L :' 1 it esis ,gait 11, E. ,sg ,gays O Y f.,,,ff V 1 :gf 1' 7 :A . 1g ,Liv mwrfiewv me Q ws' Mf-f"' A MZ?- W' M -ag, . iigyw-...fs WH, f:5:f'35" si 1 7' ' ii, - 4' fmt . 47 3 if 5 , 1-.4 fl 33'fPv ' , FIRST ROW Irma Guilfoyle Margaret Hale Bill Haller Addison Hampel George Harbison Frank Hartman Gordon Hendershot Katheryn Hendrich Dorothy Hicks V ,mx Bob Holmes ,. I Sylvia Hood LSI! 3 Willie Hottel I .f . E I 4 , I I 1 I I SECOND ROW I I f ' I Dorothy Houpt 'Q I 1 ' Lucille Houpt I 1 K ' IQ ll-. 2 I Adelia House f 232555 Ai 'U ill Gertrude Hublar ' A . I I + H I 2 " 'i 2 ' -' 1 AnnaMae Hulen ' '37l'Vfl 2 H .. fu, ,, . Anna Mae Jacobi . u p Q I Freda Jennings 5 iw 1 gig,-W .5 "'I Edward Jones ' 'K A 'I Dorothy Kamer V l 7 Melva Jane Keithley I .. .A light Ww,, I Frank Kiper I Marie Knight I A ,V V' 'W' -.,,,. .I we... I . Q. W , Maw I I .1,,.ff-fav' """f-W W -X x Se Q fi mf" f I M-f"""""'N W, 2 THIRD ROW Margaret Koehler Perry Lewis Jessie Llewellyn Gertrude Ludlow Charles McBride Carl McClure Mattie McCandless Richard McCracken Mary McCullough Lan Mclntosh Hazel McKim Virginia McKinley FOURTH ROVJ Thelma McKown Elma McNamara Dudley Marlow Carl Martin George Maxwell Harold Miller Martha Miller Edgar Marshall Vaughn Miller Edgar Moore B. W. Monihon Russell Morga fflli. EEN 1i1:1'T"'-' --4,1 . I. gc. I , , , QI?-. 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Rook justin Salyards Margaret Sands Minnie Sands Robert Schroder Lewis Sellers Dorthy Sensbach Jane Shacklett Merrie Shine 'Q 3 s ix h ,Q yy, I ' THIRD ROW Charles Smith Hugh Smith Lois Snyder Robert Spurrier Katherine Teives Thomas Teives Edward Thomas Earl Tribbey Lois Trueblood Kathleen Ulsh Virginia Underhill Alma Wagner FOURTH ROW Evelyn Waggener Earl Walker Burl Watson Carl Weber Henry Weinmann Aileen West Geneva Whiteman Marietta Williams George Zimmerman Ruth Zimmerman Alvena Zinsmeister . ,- .s SST I J :.x,1e,,4-fzQ.,Qfssv!" wwfwxwfev - we N - Alma Sloan . -mx V 9 jack Zoeller Aileen Sittason ..,. 3 7 as ,. 3.-V gg :1'1f""g-3,1 M,,,g,1l'3f-ff , .,, 1 ' "'m?""e-7 w'w"s""',:f:,"""' ,,fr,,,, -jk ...iwfff-fycf ke,-f.e,.,...fgk,,,,.n 11 Z tAmm+ww:i!-www! - M. .,,, , - , ,M.-,., , ., .. 43,1 f 'K '2,'!5'i!,i -iw , K . ' y ' - . i-at ,, , , A or T t,,,t,,..,. V 9,2 gs , f T . s,, 152: ,, M E at Y"':-P l Z .1 -Q1 A 4 22: mwskmn , . " -' '. ' V Y 1 n ' . 1, ' t . - l f W .. a -. Q . 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THIRD ROW Bill Robertson Iames Roche Guy Roehm Mark Rogers Robert Roy Marvin Rusk Lawrence Russell Adolph Schaaf Virginia Schuley Frances Sillings FOURTH ROW Kathryn Smith Jouett Stanhope Hazel Steele Clifford Stewart Frank Thomas Helen Warner Ethel Weiner Colleena White Elizabeth Lee Whittinghill Q .O . gy ,R X, .,1y gi N l W . W, K. eq, Ned Rhodgs Charles Wolf A X Freda Roberts MaYn3fCl Wolfe ijiijgii-Te ix , , ,gn-im , ....,.-.Jw .::,' K ' R'f'r'? K ' . 7 ' . 4 ,.,W 1, ., ,,,,.,.w.,.,,, ,,-, gg, y- ff A ,ff as f - 'r :. X 'gghgggg f ,yv fg h eyf f it-aigkafyfwb H ' 5 ' N, -wr if 'fit' 11, 31.44 1. - . ,gr ' ,. ,. We , qi 2' r ,,x, f' . - . 2 QP, I if-f'i 1 -1'a' f 1-"H 5 Y ' ' ' ' l3"fl"' i ' ' if W 11 an ,1 I" 4 . 1 3 tfadfwgsff " apes ff iq' "if: -Y H' f' V 'Ul1 A . .2 b Q i - ' -'E' .1-sew V ' ft su? V, . frlfff Q Nfm, . ,ik .J ' x x 2 A 5 w k' xc M X ,f N - ef' ,t E-N It Z x If tr , fffx- zi e if T235 I W' fr L . 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X V2 r SM-.Q X I , I X i ' ' ' EY. -3am.g5.WV . xv 77' .N ff , 'W x f x A 1 - .-' -, i..,..ggLi f X Q T92,ffffwf f".. . . 3 K 1' I K ' --'--f-W"-4 7 , , In-r .V . 1 ,Q 'P Q 913+ . gi 5'i'5'Q f' ' X r Q Aa .wwf -. Q' "iff ' 1 RTW V 'Q A I 'H 3- .ew Senior Girls fa S on ,X , N s 2 1 5 3 . ref l Skip- a.,.:.s,, I N i I 1 s Q E ,klftkfv E if Q 1 5 ,fl L , , I j ,L I" 'gs Q43-H' " 'Vfl ii ' f r l - . I 4. 2 C 0 E D 5 W A .ws 1 0 . . . . T ' ., .a-if Iliff W , , , ., ' v CN ' , , L The Senior Girls, desiring to be B. W. O. C. QBig Women on Campusl organized as ' if--W1-5:7"' Zliiiaf' C, O. E. D. S. on February 24th. Q, , 1.11, +P V' ,V I Q! They chose chic sport frocks for Senior Day, May 15th, and each girl wore the "sticker" WL V , "1 "W" " t" of her favorite University on her beret, 2' 'Z On May 15th the Coeds indulged in that well-known outdoor campus activtity-walking- fm' ' i.., ' r h K V and hiking to the country. , ff .., -Wy,-qs-'1, Anna Sloan is president of these Cheerful, Original, Energetic, and Dignified Seniors. -WV,. 'K L' Alice Bulleit is vicefpresident, and Rachel Borkenheim, secretaryftreasurer. l . f W . -W N- .r,. ,, N V,VV fair --M W -:lk,.-,.,.,, ,, ,, .. ,W .hw WM, l 5 . . Q -S g.3"1'jf.'D fi 'E , A? i af 4 .rf if f s , VX? . LV glean? Q ,V I I K U .,,s, 2 M.. i g g-:S L ,Y ig? . l k A K I 1 y . . . G-or m e . st .- 42455 Wvf, ig 1. J LKVL I t 5- 1 A 13 A L 3' - .Y A .,,F4v,,g ka , ' -- V- L' i -fa, Ago, 5 gr, ': " - a n 1. , X -.,- f , . 2. '45 Ui 'f ir , -, - F-.. . - ' V """' fy ' -.1 , gf Q94 TW 1- mz:.r.........- '- X ' ,w w 'L , G32 -- i.3w'z.i" I f , .f ul 4. ,f 5 ,1" Li 'E . 'i 5' il ,X A9 133113, 1 .if . W Aw, , . 3' y ,, aww' wwf' jg. .Z., egg! W, fr'-... su. ..,,,,,. ...Z Q... . ,f',. 1 X . X 1 ,ir :a rp Senior Boys ,gg ty a T. H. U. G. S. Desiring to create quite a stir and give A1 Capone the thrill of his life, the ambitious boys of this school chose the suggestive nick-name of T. H. U. G. S. 1, On February 24th the boys met and chose Lee Hargrave as president, Simon Schaefer as wins. .,,,,.., me i vicefpresident, Paul Willcox as secretary, and Clarence Briscoe, treasurer. Mr. Gelb ach was chosen as faculty supervisor. , K . i fi On May 15th the boys donned the thrilling costumes and, by slipping around corners and making mysterious sounds in crude imitation of Chicago, they managed to create the ' scene that is the delight of every Senior. wrzmw ,Q wa .ffff K 3' "" However, the boys are not nearly so vicious as their names imply. They are merely Truthful, Honest, Upright, Generous Seniors. ,, ,,...':,..fjr- - .sem-94N-'aaiifi' It s, 4-were .. J . W I X D 5 ppyg fix ,R ,. A M .ff rx , "' . 1 - ' M. ' f ,V It f 1. fA"f f ' 1, Q . 1 K , , , V' , T 'fl' .' 1' Y' - ' ii 7 'f i 'i - V' t ' A - . J ,. J ' 1 - f ,. A ' , ' , ' ...l iil' f S ,,. ,f"'Nxt V 7 iw! XX II, i l , ii I ,wr l i . e ., E M, ..,,.,,-wang , fy .x we 55 Q., 9 gf ,f .-if --gs 22 f ' -.1 sys. ,mf , 5, . my 'X Eifsii .t., MQSSQAW ' 1 Speakers OFFICERS FIRST SEMESTER Sara Paris, President Elizabeth Gibbs, Vice-President Sophia Jensen, Secretary Alice Janes, Treasurer Elva Louise Rockenbach, Student Critic SECOND SEMESTER Alice Janes, President Wilva Hankinson, Vice-President Dorothy Smith, Secretary Edith Flanigan, Treasurer Dorothy Paul, Student Critic Miss Naomi J. Kirk, Faculty Critic The Speakers Club has made itselff more outstanding than usual in its varied activities this year. The Thanksgiving Dinner given for the needy children of the com- munity was a success. The contributions for the dinner on the tag days were generous. On Friday before Thanksgiving, 550.18 was collected in Senior and Junior High Schools. Saturday, when tags were sold on the main streets of the city, the sum of 8123.43 was taken in. The money, which was not spent on the dinner, has been used for charitable purposes. The Speakers presented two Christmas plays this year: Beau of Bath, and Bo Bashful, the latter an original play written by Miss Kirk. Those taking part in Beau of Bath were: Sophia Jensen, Alice Janes, and Dorothy Smith. Helen Myers, Edith Flanigan, and Thomas Perry, a Wrangler, were the actors in Bo Bashful. During the season the Speakers put on two original pep sessions: one before the Princeton game, and the other to stir up enthusiasm for the sectional tournament. Rainbow colors, soft lights, and music prevailed on May 2, the date of the Speaker Dinner. The cafeteria blossomed forth in pastel shades. Bal- loons bobbed about over all the tables, and an elaborate May-pole was placed in the center of the floor. Those who made speeches during the evening were: Edith Flanigan, Edna Sharp, Olive Bowling, Dorothy Smith, and Miss Kirk. With this social event the season closed. All of us are now looking forward to a Week crammed full of fun at Hill Top. . f.,,..m.....,A..,,,,.,,fa.. ...,.,,,. ,,. ..--. ,,...,,. ,, . H-"--v H-W -1'--f-ff "er "-""'---M 'lwflf fefx . iw - in N M0 lil' ,, i"'Wi'6? t,.H 4 ' Y :J . ,,...-...,,... ,, Q P 1 f if 'il - F rs--rise.. at A ' f ' i 'Qi it . F 1 f u Hi U T141 ifiifizn fg, " 1 '5t,l3:5i3f 'Af-,'f,'fiif,5 E, , , ' ' ' fr' -1 '- "Vi 2 9 1 W e if ' W' M 'f If-'P A ' L-Hee ,-,- , ie: were 1,2 f, . rifsfa isz, ff f - ' ' - ' "' essr T T . ,- 1 , ':-12"'-- A , .1 if-tff ,.1gy H ' f. tx. Q ,.., Y A l L N ,Ka a--A 1' V, Ns? Q-P .. .xfwaf . mls tx ,x 2, 1 ,., .41 ,, . 4 ,.1f1f Mfr' af i K' -M-A ......m.,...,a iii: I 4 I 1 G- I 3 S 1 'af 'fl , 5' X S if 'L ,, p piping: I' x y-Ak 1' 0 V Q' ' X mv: t 2, ' ' Q 5 7 5,5 4 9' .xo Jr x x ,Q 1 . . Q f ' if ' 'Nw . 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" i Qiiggg -:LJ f' , MSP N SV .ssi M fn ,1- fs .12 St . The Wranglers FIRST SEMESTER James Lewis, President Clarence Briscoe, Vice-President Reed Kelso, Secretary James Best, Treasurer SECOND SEMESTER James Lewis, President Clarence Briscoe, Vice-President James Embrey, Secretary Charles Leist, Treasurer Jllwrsxf. l 3 Mr. J. H, Thomas, Critic i The purpose of the Wrangler Club, to promote an interest in public speak- i X ing, is gradually being replaced by a motive of merely social activity. Any boy who is a Sophomore A in high school and has an average of I , 7 away? I "B" in English is eligible for membership. The quota of the club is restricted I Mi J 5 1 The list of activities opened November 27 by giving aid to the Speakers , . X N i in helping to make their annual Speaker Thanksgiving Dinner, for the benefit to twenty members. 1 , o'f the poor children, a success. i L Lil On December 12, in order to furnish pep for the opening home game of the basketball season, the Wranglers presented Henry Dreyer's Orchestra ' in assembly. Q 55 L' 2 ' Iliff, ,, 1. . mf A 1 1 is' T 1 fl ' 2 . 1 V V, . Next came the annual Speaker-Wrangler Christmas play. However, only .Q ,ef ka , 4 one Wrangler was chosen for the cast. fkvvf tg? "7 . xg at W :rm " Due to the failure of the participants to come to an agreement upon the ff-X fn . A :C 1 N E 1 ly NPgQ2s,a,1 Q i e 3 1 .' N 5 74,9471-1 ' X . 1 E . topic, the annual Speaker-Wrangler Debate was cancelled. M-M .N W, ,I C The activities ended with the Twenty-second Annual Banquet held on ry is April 25 at the New Albany Country Club. The members assumed the guise i I QV, of sheiks and Wooed their fair maidens in true Arabic style. The speakers 1 lex, Q g were Thomas Perry, Kenneth Brown, Clarence Briscoe, Reed Kelso and Mr. W -V i Thomas, the critic: James Lewis assumed the role of toast-master, l-:W""'l7Uf'tT:ffi ' " -fix V wi T L' S .Q ' A .. M T""i7'f ?Q,,..q5g'iX .. f S A ' J 'ji Y' fr' r ' . 32. " F1 . ' g ' 7 ' f ff . s o 1 T lltz a A. , W . , if .s..c T - .'sf ises, . A J T M NH' 4 - 2. . A Q w-wN1.' L ,, QNX f? V1 A I DS ? x .. Q , W if H15 X r' 1 ,gf ,.1M'i51LDfJl5 MHEHEE' BRHUE V . 's M. ja-z jf Q .1 fp S. 3 ? Yiilifh , ,. .xxx V W , A. I REED KELCU X 1 XXL lk- If if ILA X V 34 622.5 L , ,NQAML 552 1 A -, .ff .x X Ea V Q. w, ,P V LY V? H , E . "k f'2f5 a L n 5 .f lQ5f ,. 7 ,fmifi 'f Et?" '5"r- ' A 62215 3' . ig ,, . b A1 . m,b,. Lf , if - B9 ' fL'Tf.M :V ., f Q. m gif f lg .N 'f-if K 'fem 1 f. 2 it i I f 1 I wwf , SW I ' ..- gl- 3 sf , . f I - ., . W N ,e Q ,af X. ge . ' s f +6 Scientific Research Society CS. R. S.j Founded in 1920 Mr. Demi D. Finley, Critic Elmer R. Farnsley, President Lee Hargrave, Vice-President James Lewis, Treasurer Paul Gilley, Secretary Our earnest efforts are for the promotion of an interest in Science. ACTIVITIES The society made a trip to the Colgate Soap Factory. Here the manu- facture of soap was explained by the head chemist. At a regular meeting, Mr. Townsend gave a slide lecture on Yellowstone National Park which was enjoyed by everyone. Approximately twenty members of the society and their dates enjoyed a hike to the old tunnel on the Corydon Pike. Here a fire was built and every- one ate his fill of wieners and marshmallows. A The annual S. R, S. banquet was held April 18. The hall was decorated with the club colors, black and white, in a modernistic fashion. The topic of the banquet was "Just Imagine." Professor Buerk gave a talk on modernistic inventions and changes. Other speakers whose subjects delt with the future were: Damon Walts, James Lewis, David Peiock, and Donald Coyte. Elmer I N K I twirl I I I I l QX il, i Q sw -11--.fm i 'Wfrxf 'W . Farnsley was toastmaster. The society was fortunate in having Henry Dreyer 'NN J and his orchestra at the banquet. lv, A f . K" sw 1 I 'We' A, . ,,., i s. ' The members of the societ wish to thank Mr. Finle , our critic, for his 'Q,.,,fiffi. , a V Y M Vvjv A T' work in the club this year. Q. q K K I i I 21125732 K gi., . . . ,. , , ,, H AY, g,W.,w.. WT., .,, FR 1 f I l , , 91 1 22 . . . ., N.. .ff f ., 'ii w. . , . law ' . :Q i vfgilf i I l f. ?31fii1'f1 , Eg ,. f A 1 " , iff S - ' f -fs Gy. 1 s " l , V I I T it ' tif' V'-Qigft . I N A A Q VIR :if "W, My NA V' v' A x -I I 4 A A PAUL LBIUIY ELPH fkADHS! IV KU HADQDAVI PARKS U AIPLHIE FHOCI1 DAVID ffl bv". 49 -5 :A . -v, Qi DONE! BHLHAAAH 1 LYLY FKSDADDIN AUi?1HMiAYf A sh, ' I V 4:5 xi bw xvfxm Ammrs rm mv mmm Low ,V ef P g gm 5 vga: b xi f-. 1 'zffj A' - EQ, I1 :A . 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A r Sodalitas Latina Etta Wright Best Edward Blake Ruth Braeutigam john Clayton Harriet Conner Harry Denny Elmer Farnsley Edith Flanigan Polly Gill Pauline Gilley Edmund Greene Harriet Guthrie Wilva Hankinson Elizabeth Hartlin Rogers Hartman Harriet Hockin E Ardell Howison Mary Frances Kahl Alice Janes Ruth Kemp Dorothy Kraft Dolores Lang Glover Logsdon Freda Menifee Dorothea McCallian Alberta McKown Helen Meyers James Ollis Sara Paris Thomas Perry Sue Railing Wynema Rector Lucille Reisz Martha Royse Edward Sanford Dorothy Sayles Edward Schmitt Franklyn Schoonover john Shiner Elizabeth Shrader Paul Shultz Margaret Smith Harold Snyder Annie Elgin Starr Edwin Von Allmen Vincent Welch Esther Wright Clay York PURPOSE The purpose of the Sodalitas Latina is to promote a further interest in Latin and Mythology. Only those who are taking an advanced course in T Latin are eligible for membership. 3 ACTIVITIES of Thursday night, March 24, found fifteen unfortunate individuals passing from the Sibylline Caves into the Stygian groves of darkness. The descent into . Avernus was easy, but the trials and ordeals of Tartarus made their stay a 5 terrible sojourn. l After viewing the terrible punishments and enduring some of them, they emerged on the top of the hill where a cheery bonfire awaited them. There 'Q S. 1 before the fire they recovered from the effects of the initiation. sf l l I Deep blue clematis and trailing smilax climbed to the top of the four f White pillars in the garden and three- inter-twining, stretched out from one ' pillar to another. Apple blossoms, lilacs and evergreens made the garden a l lovely sight to behold. V Y Long tables were spread with gold-bordered cloths and set with rose- 5 3 e crowned wine bowls and golden goblets. Gold-embroidered coverlets of Tyrian purple adorned the couches. L 3 if Under this foliage and around the tables Romani pueri in togas et puellae llxlg g Jfl in graceful flowing robes reclined as they sipped the wine and fed upon the 5 Iiji ' I elaborate feast. I '- , eff As they banqueted, the odor of calendula, white rose and apple blossoms I A 4 I permeated the air, and they viewed Grecian dancing and a Roman wedding. 3 ff-if Such was the banquet of the Sodalitians. l M gf The pueri entertained the puellae on December 19, with the feast of the 5 , . Saturnalia, a festival corresponding to the present Christmas. This festival I M K ? took place in the court of the Queen of the Saturnalia, where games of a Roman z Qxfsf ' gature were played. Grecian dancing was enjoyed and a Burlesque on Julius f I Q arf aesar was presented. l Q One of the boys in the attire of a Roman maiden executed an intricate 1 t"" If Qi' M scarf dance, and a boy, selected as Queen of the Saturnalia, reigned supreme l j 5 throughout the festival. ' v Y Q. were so wi. M ,.- I l I N i 77 T i AWN! I l t . L it i Q th -f , if' 12+ . fs. TV ,Q-2. ,,,,' 7 , r' 1, aswlztsv Z x.,,.f.,,,,f Liv .fffL..fQ ff ' i . -WNW ,fri ifu-ff-www 1 i f I 5 , , I .Q 24 Qllif-f LW LJfTT7A,,.,, My lm., ,111 Q 'jc' 21'PH'1a-. 5 ,,'. V .ir . E . X .- 1 K. -'N -- ---W-a.w.,,,,.,,,,,, ,,fii?i.,-,,X,.,a,.,,,-.. a.T.,s,T,.,,..,,-M,,,. , . L-v ', . ' ' . .- h i ,ta .. 4 e - - ,,,4,,i,,a L , K, , . - ff t i .lm - 1 . ,11.' '11 f fl' tllit 151 Y ' i'li t'i, I I V 4 A". 7' 1-. Q . T - , 11 S hi iillulile ' i jt' ' 51 52,51 rf.7 U" f- VI V L.kV:yj 'ls 'fluff .,i- wif inf! . 'ii"e '-.I 2' ., W I 2iW ff'xif1W 'J i' y V e ' ' -' it , Q Lg ,A E ,X.,,,,,.,.v - ,mf f 'F .. 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G, xf 4 A J . iw , A l " , . v A0110 H31 M1309 ANNMI GLN STAND MARVIN f'!J'l0NlL5l,E DONALD LOYH, U.VA1,0UiXH0l V xvaumm 5 JANCS IQHNQTY JOHN GILCHDIST WEDNA FSDYWSUQD JPUTH HANEN LCDVOQD DAY GYOIRGIQ DKI5 1 Q L 2' fd 'YU E v"' 5 TIN, A f -. g 'Z-A KODHKl.,L GDUVE JAWS PMI IHHNA HUSK GDTVA HAIIDR ADTHUIIIIEGQN . 63.43 . , 1 "' 2 H, , ll , ---W ' 1 -'L Q Wi' I I R' gee' i, Ln0gLA3 mAfci 'nAnvavNNmnmAbv ami bm xvumn xvusun mnv rncuuon V K ,, , 4 .. , s W I Ar ,,- ,, 1, s u ,. - L , , JK, , W ,,-, ,,.X,,,.fX,.-,-..,-.N..,,.-w..Vffx4,N...f-.-+ffj-fm7'S--f-'-v'- -f'-W DKHAIID w wsu HAXVUY x-A 1 'mf 1, IDAVD vows Q , , M .,.Xd.,A.. ,UN fi i . X f LN Q it N i F Q 2 we ' V . ., 2 i f Eg l J, w MQOTMV SNJTH r A fe 1 ,QXX I ,,, 4 fl 1 A ,If .-,- ,YA f -, ,459 'X Ldv. tl xl Qf Iesters' Guild N f' X I ,tub -x, . fi l 11144 ..A.h , 'i'-'i Ml i :Aamir Milam matA1er'i Dfw Loss nmol . .H 'Aix .fxk ij., OLIVE BOWLING, President V' 5 WILVA HANKINSON, Vice President y K' y STANNYE KINTNER, secretary p XSL fri Nl POLLY GILL, Treasurer iii e i Miss RUSK, critic .-fy, The Club was organized in 1930 in order to promote dramatics, -X "The Flower Shop" and "Pirates" wcrc tbe two plays given before the assembly this year. K The annual picnic was held at the Boy Scout camp on May 28th. 'ig X ' , 5 W AKVV V I by 7,l,,!,.,f,. im , Di r""'N f' 'Ni W, , K L fdl ' .rur L gd Ling' I L tl.. , .,h'1 L , L ' Q V2.4 ex wx fx ,K, X 5 . z I N .,,, l I A si W l 1 All 2 , gg-:am I K XA f Q Whxlrtr fp f . W. wr 4, levee.-ulrrfr ls.. f S92 si I i,.,,,.i A, ,,,, W A.,,. .1 i E' L '? gm Vwwibt i ximfwwmfew gnmwwWKfi ye,ri L L rr- 155 uf L , Q 1 r fl L l Y' fl , L , ,1 18 :vi f rg get-I M 'WJ' S K 1 5 Minerva Club l ., , -4, 4 if-H, it as 7 ' if W. 'W' 1 ---' L gg! , , r ,ef m if ,- m Mlliilli-lllllllll DilRlPiY?v1f.lR MELN MM kililfltlbfxlllwfb 1"iADlf'A LWHZS- -Clllhllifi SNVDFQQ VDOQUW GQQSMN 'Pu - M-fi ' iw' 'N 'ff . , . 2, '95 . 'J ' 5 " ,L M , -i.. . is i lllllilrl Ill MDS. Mil DRlVl,ll MW lljlwl, lli3Xllilill'tl?l'l2k, l1iSSll'NlllU UNK MAXIM QLSVFS NADH! VEQVU1 t JANTA CANTU2 it' ' . X T- 3 -J 3 2' W 33 1 T '54, A st, f s r e L A I1iQ1!WiT illlliill lliiilllfl Til lim FLM lilfliiill 1 -an My 39535 N yqmpq 1 mf gm Mgr W, t -X Elf l 1 .ff is fe V - fbi? . lt fx QQQAV: I 4212151 S EE' it ,Q W ,A V, w,ef'f me j,,,,,v-.,., A 'wnvzvri M .,W.A v .3 ,fa,..,.,'rQ:.., Y at ,M 'ww- . ,,,, K , ,, ,sf uf? .. K X 3 at I rf' , .., .. .., l tt, y Qi A NADYNA Wil? flllblllllllls MAXIM lllilillb MPM Nllllflhlllll. MARY CHANDLER, Vice President JANE TURNER, President AMY HOUSE, Secretary x--.. i A H MAXINE PHILLIPS, Treasurer MISS DOYLE, Critic MISS GENUNG, Critic 2 aqui The Minerva Club of the New Albany High School was founded on the 23rd day of xsivlq'-VA'fV,g f october, 1930. T , M ,fluff 'A New members are voted in each term on the basis of scholarship and personality. The y aims of the Club are to develop the character of its members, create an appreciation of the " A'- Home and Home Economics throughout the school, to cooperate in everything for the welfare " as a whole, and to contribute to social and educational activities. 'av.,-.aww 1 The proceeds of the refreshment stand at the basketball games will be used as a scholar' ship fund for a Home Economics College course. The Motto of the Club is "It Can Be Done. tfwfwp-W ,Q life J-T i 1.7, fy r 'T WN' M' A if e""""rX if Q' il ,,yV, S Vo V ' . A . h ' :ajax , . L' 'N L" f -'f',,7"iCT ' is V 155. af llfig A Cm W EQ ' 1 mai' isry. i t JL 4 ,b K t. Q i y s , K 0, Q 2, Ld, A Q M: A ,, 5 5 e fr iw , :Hr X-P af, M i u -e-, f-:pf re N" fir- -'fig " "3i.q , . 41" ff: 1,,ig,,,wt ,f -A , 42,7 f , ,E - .- - ' 'haha Kfvsx V. f' E. X Boosters N I I 'U 3 K M? I 4" TIF 1"'wf I I ' ,we 1 X ' 4 l l I N 'iscfj - -aaeics We l I 'I I , I 'gvw 1 I i OFFICERS FOR THE YEAR l BERTHA MORRIS, President l NICHOLAS BERTRAND, Vice'President Q If MARY FRANCES KAHL, SecretaryfTreasurer CRITICS g y MISS HELEN GREEN, Publicity I X, 5 . ,X MISS GLADYS EWBANK, Finance ' V I MR. CLAUDE HUGHES ffirst semesterj, Administration 3 X. 'lid Ib: , ' "Good Sportsmanship", the motto of the Boosters Club, was successfully carried out by I 'jr' :fx , ll fi every member of the organization this year. The result has been a renewing of interest in A in i I pi 'j I Z the athletics of our high school. mfs- -jig , ,A At the first of the school year, yell leaders were elected. But there were no megaphones- Q s f ' f -"1 nothing to put pep into the yells. The Boosters Club soon remedied this by purchasing two gs " -M 5 new megaphones. They also urchased ca s and sweaters for the yell leaders. 'Is' a ,. .4 P P . .. ., 'jk '65 The different clubs of the school cooperated with the Boosters in putting on pep EE, Q sessions during the year. I if ,C The Boosters Club, representing the whole of the student body, staged some very successful V' parades this year. They were given preceding the first, third, and fifth home football games f 5 and for the sectional tournament at the close of the basketball season. 'I The dedication of the football field was the main event of the football season. Mr. rs .- MX ,gg Sherman Minton delivered the dedicator address honoring Mr. Buerk, for whom the field . Y . .if I E named. At the exercises, the Boosters presented Professor Buerk with a basket of American W H -3 eauty roses. , ., K' K In addition to their athletic program, the club gave financial assistance to the Commercial 5 4 H K V . L department to help in defraying contest expenses. X I 5 Q - . I ' .. . ..:ffi'fl-2 -ffffirw A V V ls 53' , I . Ng 4 - fm ' " flea sl .-.crib ' Bziirfff :ff R- -E I. ii 'i.' Y . 1, , is f -'-- K I 5 ' f, - -' .' ,LV ' ' . pg? .V 5. V H r. " QI" " . , 2 I. J -- "', 1 - A . -Wx 'a-, 4. KW' kat-IW ' '. 31. .z ,,,, ,.., si i ' . ,E ,..- . I I E is f' . 1 Y X W. ,.g,,t ,-K i Q M J r as M211 Q I' - vgv ww, .....A'r-4-e-'MC ff "' 'Hip M, ,til f . ., ,M:1'mf5:vs'f-v , ., N, H W., N 'S 45' r. .,, ,. xx X 4 , .fx g X... First Orchestra Best, Franklin ....,.. Blake, Edward ....... Bosier, Joe ........... Campbell, Robert Farnsley, Elmer .....,. Feiock, Clarence Fischer, Dora .,...... Flanigan, Edith ........ Garrison, Eleanor ....... Green, Edmund... Herman, William Hoke, Charles ..... Holm es, Emily ........ Holmes, Robert.. Hubbard, Frances., jaegers, George... - 4 N -, s-SBSH: 'L 3 1' 4 wai:::'T.'-ask., -K 5 , - fl rs: , F -K 1' rf, x..g:N , fzywg gg g' f 33,5273 il ' .fv x Z' 5 9.5 W - - ,g' , ., rl: rx l it ' r Q 2' -- 1 :iw rw vw: ,,.m.-n-.a A a ........Clarinet ............Oboe ......,.Clarinet ......,.Coronet ..........Violin ......Saxaphone .......Violin .. ...,,, Piano .. .,.... ,..,..Bass .......Trombone .......Trombone .......Drums ........Piano .......Violin ...........Violin .......Trombone Jennings, Freda ..... Koetter, Gertrude ..... Lindley, Margaret ...... Mann, Orabel. ..,......., McNamara, Elma ....,... McSpaddin, Katherine ..... Meyer, Naomi ........... Moore, Kenneth .,...... Oakes, Marvin ........ Oakes, Wilma ...,..... Parr, Willard ......... Rahner, Billie .... Renn, Joseph ............ Sandelwick, George Utrecht, Norris ...... ..........Violin .......Coronet .........Violin ..........Violin ........Viola ..........VioIin ................Bass .........Saxaphone .......Clarinet ......,...Violin ..........Violin ...........,.Bass .............Violin ,......Mellophone .......Clarinet f' . N5 Nxiirq.. i 1, the ! s I 1, . . 5 . . ,, ,f ,f rife F N tr-,1,,..-W ' 7 r..,,, .W ' W ..., ,WW , ' a,...., .e,W,.ff..,4 ,Q Q. ,Q ' f .M ,,,,, 1 V ,gk P x , i I I . 'Y in ,3- . N f , fel I ' Art Club ffvxx MARYLYNN KENNADY, President '30-'31 ORVILLE CARROLL, Vice-President '3O"3l VJILVO HANKINSON, Secretary-Treasurer MISS HOMRIGHOUSE, Critic -,,.,-N fi 4 Nr, l i l ff A N ' , f' ,Ye 'wwf l, 1 4-N, M. The chief activities of the Art Club for the year consisted of an Art Exhibit which was L i, r ,J .fr ,ir tk R lzeld during the third week of October in which many beautiful pictures were displayed, With A , S ,V VV K M the proceeds from this exhibit three pictures were bought for the High School. i W - fp.-. 1 , ., , , Scenery for "The Belle of Bagdadn consisting of three drops, was made by members of w ,, yi 'lllviivi , - . S ruff 7, filiije the Art Club. i QQ PauIGiI1ey Stewart Turner Audrey Kupferer '., K E155 Nicholas Bertrand Louise Ludwig Paul Schultz Bertha jackson Dorothy Blackiston Gordon Hendershot Iames Lewis Frances Ludwig Gertrude Beck 'Q ,.. I, Li , 7 ' c, 21" 4 "rf N Q3lff.,i M-.. 4 I ,sf psf, 'g,s,' s fem .W -Mwig 5 , 1 -55' my-fzfxfig 7'-il Elva Louise Rockenbach Marvin Heilig Annie Elgin Starr L 'iwrfflfl Harold Snyder Geneva Harpe K , tffizmiffiir-'-'l ,H :.:,3z'5Lf ..-.,,,,. , ., ,,-. -,,. www ,, ,L .Nr ,.t.?,,, M ,, ,,,.M,,,, W,.,..-r.,.mL,t,..c,,,,.,, ,M ,.l::2.g.g:L 4, U'K"f-4 . K ML , ki' ,.V,L.f1g,ffg A ,Q if 4:f'3::i:,: 'ffl A it c y y y A A L L- 1 .1 .L L , wif A ' I l LQ it L fi 'Y . 1. ss', r A 'fa5i9tf52Q",V f: '.". , . fi L . 'fri 7 7 " 3 if , 7 ' 1 X' Y H ,Q '. - ,"- is -M ri 'i . wx t X 'W ff , W-,, I ri'. A, H A 5 . W tl - L AX QY , I "N" Club A , T. w ,W . k,,m...,,w,I .. 9 gm Agh, ,Wi ,,,,w,w,m , , ,S A il I a H , ,g5gs1.ee,af fi 5 rms f. , ' , 55' L f 4 was f f , X or ,Catl K r wi H .R .im 3 XX whiff, ffl. 1255 1 , , eff' P A gr. i 5 ?mW1gf fd' ' li l ' wtf fin .ggi 1 2 W , 4 Rafi - 1' it , 3 J tel-Q --Wf"f""' eww., , 4 Y .af A 'A , qi s Q , 9.5 Q' Q,..,, .1 1. 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I A , s ,Wa 1.,,....e ' fr W 'f'W, , I rx 7, ,LE J::'M'vi"r-s- '-f"ff-wtwe-Ae'-eva-+--frrew'-Mfr , --"'t"'f"v"""" , f 4 i r , ..,, ,mu . , , . . , p Ai Wmvv, .vm . . 1, ,..,,, -M, W .ww Miva- -h -f - N -A , .- V ., V. .. - rf, H K , 5 L' ' MTW' r s""fy ii m',' Q 1 Q 1 . -' M' L A"'f 1 if fl I F .f - A':h ' ' ll- X W A .'kk W L .V AMA A A 'I A ' Hi m' 4' 'W 'An RAA, M ,MMM M,-N M f ,,,,,. xx .'E,'.j-gym, A amz n , .i . K,-'uf REED KELSO, President LEE HARGRAVE, Vice-President ' 3' 'N CLARENCE BRISCOE, Secretaryffreasurer ALEX THOM, Critic ,LW NJ, . M, 4'4k kThe purpose of the "N" Club is to promote a higher standard in athletic and scholastic 'z "5" K b...b wor. i f' ' ' Eligibility in the "N" Club consists of earning one of the much coveted letters of the - ii lf school in any branch of the sports. , ., ,,,.f ,N .M s . 'f , JM.. ,.,.. . Our teams which represent the school in all athletic events are composed of members of this club, and they do much toward making the school recognized in other parts of the State. The men who earn their letters for the first time in the late spring sports do not have K1 pictures in this issue of the Blotter. L 1 MEMBERS Y Brown, Zoeller, Willcox, Robert Turner, Stewart Turner, Robert Wolfe, Higgenbotham, Lewis Walts, Eicholz, McAfee, McMonigle, Smith, Kahl, Flanigan, McCoun, Caesar, Endris ' ' if a f -s?.,,,, Hawley, Bertrand, Shallers, Heilig, Dieckmann, O'Hanian, Ebelsisor, Haendiges, Moreman, ' fr Ott, Manuel Wolfe, Elmore. A'MmMiwj"u I :frf 4 a si rs , A-We H fLf"'j'k, ' r ...V---1""""4X W A ,,,,,,. 4 ,, , f fiiv a E' a ' "v"'fff ' ,QA srl I 3,2 'N QPQQ C K 'I " 1 at. if ,,,. A 'ff fi,-i a. ii A .li ' m "'. J' gg ,- - Q' ., , A 91 i l' l,risL: '1 ". tif. 7 ,l I ,. X V I 7 Up Club ..-,,f.ff,.....c,.- a '- ' ,ff ' I . , - ,. N - S S i A i Nl ? . df I 45 1 ' V. 5 "' ,lf , ' ft, ."' ' Cx!! V px' I ,,,.,, fri A. YV . . - Q Vi e? 'Q K ,B J V ff 1, af J ,ne- nh 55' if Ae Q ' I we ' gs Jeff f ' 4 1 N N -f x ft yggq Gb -iff ' , une 'J J ' 7X , 'es' 4 l I 453 fl ff J X yn e s Q s F v x if 'N H W. A' f ,f X 1 if is aa.. , MEMBERS Lee Hargrave, President Kenneth Bullington, Vice-President i , 5 Stanley Siltz, Secretary l .lx r K 5 E 4 qi .W ., ,U 1? , me if L, ' .X . 5 a ie' Q ff f-X if QQ' . A ' 'A V c .lf Q 1? :Sie , KA GY ' Annu ' Rl David Flanigan, Treasurer if Y V. -1 z il Mr. C. Arthur Thro, Critic l "- X y Herman Ceasar y 1 r .Li Edwin Wilson i fi Robert Turner s i ft! The purpose of the Seven Up Club is to establish an annual scholarship. i -a 'er In order to obtain this scholarship the club has maintained a second hand . at ,al, . . .X ki ' fund. W--4 M. f.. .4 Kiwi l 4 I 1 operation and to assure them of our services hereafter. 1 book store in the school which sells books for the students, and retains a certain percent of the proceeds. This amount goes toward making up the scholarship We Wish to take this opportunity to thank the students for their co- l I l Q A ,a,j'f:Wf yy" ., xi ,...- fffwp ifl. ' L 5 l ' 'K7 'Effllff' , 1" 277' :Misco ' V b - ff Y I I drt' il 'S r If af . - ' Q '1', ' 1 V ii 5 i E ' ' 3 QQ? 'Y'W VL "i'1-' F '---i 1 'fm f f 'E MTH 23' 'gif' i V w X . 4 Vi . "kink A if 7, -' i Q..i lQ,2i ,f ,....ff"-7..,,,,, .fi "4-.Jima N . . Y -4 . :,.,4,,-239:13 Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec. 8 9 18 26 27 2. 5. 10 11. 13 16 18. 22 23. 28 1 7 15 20 26 27 1. H 3 q6 '42 5 Ship? Log Embarked on the cruise, "The School Year," with 676 passengers and 33 officers on board. Staterooms were assigned, there reigning great commotion and general mixup. First assembly of the cruise held, new sophomores being required to contribute to the entertainment by promenading the ship's stage fmuch to their discomfortj. Donald Short and Robert Hendershot elected Commodore Cheer leaders. Held great athletic contest on deck, defeating the Seymour middies, 2010. The skipper supervised the first firedrillg all escaped into lifeboats in record time. Entertained the crew of the good ship, Columbus, in ye' ol seafaring game of football, sailed away with honors, 4910. jurien Hoekstra sang in the ship's salon. The first edition of the ship's journal, The Blotter, was issued. Rear Admiral fVicefpresidentJ Curtis addressed the political public in our athletic parlor. Rev. E. D. Edelmaier of Detroit came aboard and addressed our Bible class. The skipper and his officers attended the annual teachers' convention at Indianap' olisg the crew and passengers running wild. F. I. Reitz kept stroke with us, and held our football crew to an 0-0 tie. Class ratings flocally known as report cardsj, were given, showing only nine first class passengers on board. First pennyfafweek day held, under supervision of Ensign Willer. Opening of art exhibit was held on middle deck. The exhibit lasted until the thirtyffirst, many famous pictures being exhibited. As a grand finale to the dedication of our on-deck athletic field, during which the ship's band appeared in new uniforms, our crew defeated Princeton, 7-6. We sailed up to Bloomington and out pulled their crew, 34'0 Geoffrey Morgan entertained the passengers in our salon. Our football crew defeated Reitz Memorial, 2097, establishing itself the best in southern Indiana. Ye lofty upperclassmen organized and elected officers. The basketball season was inaugurated by the second annual clash between ye lofty senior quintet and the undefeatable UQ faculty five. The seniors outsailed the officers, 3426. The ship landed and we received leave until December 1. The notable edition of The Blotter, bearing the famous picture of our skipper in basketball attire was released. The Speakers held their annual Charity dinner on our sister ship, feeding many future passengers. Our crew sailed through the St. Xavier squadron, 6f0. Skipper Katterjohn went hunting with ye ol' ship's artillery, contracting "rabbit disease." We resumed duties after leave, our skipper not being able to come aboard turned his duties over to the first mate. 'Y f . x X 2 XV' e .1 '-- .-mfffggdf' os, wfwp-s g I .-I K Wfwhvgg s-.mf . ,W ,.,. W" 'J-,sg-" W W-11 ..-C rmawvfnsaxigifsf, .--1 gf E: cf rif1.:,m.., . t ,, f y, f "iff fx. .3 . , V .. .,,... ,. ,,,., . 2 - ' 1' Q r . .4 ' 1, '25,-"V t 'V b t Q t 4, , ', we 'Q 'f . ,uf PQ l-' P M 1 4 ' 5' "'. g e3.,1'fg + - ,.,.. .dw ,,, . f 5 0 , , '2v'Y'Nf'wEn1'!'?"1' .L .L 'f 5 'A f r s gi' .V . .i,.! '.,' -..,.' , , 1 3 f we ? r Q i '22 ' -2 -K 43 ,cg 1, , . , 1 --1 as 1... . .lov if Q 15' .1523 r rf TS.. M ,I l 4 1 .y fi flhi, ., . , sn R .mg : 4... I, -a s :- gk X , 'j 11 l im l 4 I l i K ,gi f -f 1-ft t..s-me f , ,,,, wwf- 2 . Q 5 , ' Q Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec. Ian. Jan. jan. Ja... Jan. Ian. Jan. Ian. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. S f ?"., Q 'cv f x - . I gy A The second class ratings were given outg the first class list swelling to twentyftwof, jess Pugh lightened the duties of our crew by his humorous skits in the salon. The basketball team sailed to Corydon and, after successful pulling, out-rowed their crew, 27-22. . ' The skipper flike a bad pennyl returned and was received in regular maritime fashion, SpeakerfWrangler plays, "Beau of Bath" and "Bo Bashfulf' were presented on the stage of the ship's salon. Leave was granted, to extend until january 5. Entertained Athens, Texas, fNational Championsj to a defeat of 31f29. Latin Club held pep session, depicting New Albany as the victor of the Blind Tourney. Col. Guy Green came aboard and addressed the journalism class on "Common Mistakes in News Writing." Our ship became the scene of many activities and athletic contests, fLocally known as the blind tourneyj, Ieffersonville defeating Salem and New Albany to win the title. Senior Day was held in honor of those lofty upperclassmen who were about to embark upon the sea of life. Baccalaureate services were held for the fifteen seniors. Fifteen seniors disembarked and resumed their cruise aboard their ships. The second half of our cruise resumed, with ninetyffive new passengers aboard. jeffersonville was wrecked upon the rocks of the I. H. A. A., there to remain shipwrecked until June 1, 1931. Art Young, famous archer, displayed his prowess in our salon to the wonderment of the officers and passengers. Our basketball crew appeared in new middies and sailed through Irvington, 19-17. Ye lofty upperclassmen organized and elected officers, it falling to James Lewis to steer the destiny of the Senior ship. Commander H. A. Buerk awarded 16 football men "N's" for their excellent crew work in their successful season. Mr. Zimmermen, noted deep sea diver, told men interesting tales to the passengers in the salon, displaying many beautiful and curious wonders. Skipper Katterjohn gave a short address in our salon, on "Lincoln," Our Skipper awarded scholarship "N's" to our six first class passengers. Coach Ballard appeared before the passengers in assembly, asking them to give better support to the basketball team, We outsailed Bedford 3523, proving that Ballard was right. The Jesters presented a play, "The Flower Shop," in thc salon. F... l l i N 1 B 1 e l 3 E f 1... -.mn . ..,. iiieielefffilzzizi. p2r.i.fst,rrfm.tew-V :ev t.-,.,,.. --.-,,..., J "' --We , 'lb ff,.f K K - N I 75 gf' .cm - , ' H 'Sage ' , Q r 1 A .e M ,, .. , ,MW ,gf . i . , . , W 1 L ' ' .. ., . i. 1 ,gy it ki ggi il ,KLL g .sity ' Q A ,I .Zan .. jeg g mfg, K 1,2551 ,. 4, :mf 'lg . ... ,gf 4 ff- 'YA 'Yi Qfiigi g 4 ,. 7 i I I l tg, 32 C - fl 2, x di ,ia ,i ss sitggz 9 4 :-1,.: . r: 1: -3.25.3 la? , 1 . ,. k,. ,vi .il ...Lea "iss.,,a-its -- .- 1 i A - f - if . m f ig N ' s 1 Q. 'T ' 'W :ll mi gre' 'i lf! s. A fe if Q 735i :iff t 25 if f' f tts.:.,-gf 'f TH 52.1 JJ-if W gt.. . or . 3,4 2 X.. ' ' . 1:29711 :iii . rf A f if . ..., ...f V. ...M 'IN .1 ..M. mow if f U... 'fra For asw- V aff , Feb. 27. Mar. 3. Mar. 5. Mar. 6537. Mar. 13. Mar. 23. April 3. April 6. April 969910. April 18. April 18. April 25. May 1. May 2. May 9. May 14. May 146915. May 15. May 16. May 24. May 29. , fp , . .. Under the auspices of the jesters, Miss Leota Rusk, Mr. Howard Wyne and MiSS Lucille Paris entertained the officers and passengers in the salon. Mr. Kahl explained the financial situations of the coming Sectional Tourney and the rules, under which we operate. After a much heated discussion, the seniors voted to wear caps and gowns for the graduation exercises. The Speakers and Band put on a very lively pep session for the coming tourney. Again our ship became the scene of many lively athletic contests. Our crew had smooth sailing until they struck a snag in Corydon, forcing them to drop from the race for State Championship. "Herbie" Televox entertained all by his amusing antics, in obeying signals and carrying our orders. "Rut" Walters presented a program entitled "Breaking the Tape," thrilling all passengers with his description of a race against odds. Good Friday exercises were held, the Rev. L. S. Phillips coming aboard and delivering the address. Many feats of strength were exhibited at the first wrestling program held in our athletic parlor, Coach Thorn winning honors. The 1931 operetta "The Belle of Bagdadh was presented by the Music Department, in an effort to raise money to purchase our ship's band, new uniforms. Our Commercial Team safled to Corydon to avenge our defeat at the hands of their basketball team. Bedford slipped into New Albany and defeated our track team 51f48. The annual S. R. S. banquet was hcld aboard ship, depicting scenes of the future. The Wranglers held their annual banquet at the New Albany Country Club amid much gaiety. The annual Sapinsky Oratorical Contest was held in the salon, providing a source of enjoyment to the officers and passengers. The Speakers entertained at their annual dinner held aboard ship. Having established close rivalry with St. "X," our thinlies outsailed them 66f33. The Latin club held their 1931 banquet in much the style of the old Romans. Our sailors defeated Salem and Seymour in a triangular meet. The Bulldog "deck tennis" team drove out a second victory over the Speed netters. Our racquetteers have outfsmashed Borden and Male, but have been sunk once this season by the St. X. netmen in a close joust, 3-2. The Seniors, turning our ship into a show boat, presented their class plays, "The King's English," "The Valiant," and "The Ghost Story." The ship became infested with vicious T. H. U. G. S. and flirting C. O. E. D. S. as the seniors portrayed their respective names. The Tyler Contest, an annual affair, was held in the ship's salon. We were hosts to many teams at the Sectional Track meet held on our fine on-deck track. The Baccalaureate exercises were participated in by 167 graduating seniors, great throngs attending. We steamed into port as our cruise drew to a close. After many fond goodbyes we disembarked, each returning to his respective home, there to put to use his newly acquired knowledge. Graduation exercises were held for 167 seniors during which time they were presented their preliminary passport for the long journey which lay before them. fThus ends the Ship's log as collected and presented by I. L. Bmbrey, chief deck swabber, and brass polisherll f K' . f 1,14 AH J A .,,, QMKK K sgiah, L? cy.. ,,,1'ff: .Zi -sv -Y. fi" Q-,... -. .. . i a rs ,X v JPQ r . fi . . 4 LQ .5 i ' I " '5 W., ' iq f f f .. I U.. Y. 7 4 5 1, - 4. . .i , li , as 4 ' . -s ,, 'i , :':. 'f V- 5 1' 1 , . - . 2 i '1 I . 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The other final contestants were: Margaret Smith, Lucille Reisz, John Gilchrist, Paul Schulz, and William Hermann. Miss Kirk was the faculty director for the contest, and Mrs. Ralph Diehl, Mr. William B. Janes, and Mr, John A. Paris were judges. 333333 The Tyler Contest in dramatic reading was won by Avis Bobbitt who recited "The Bear Story." Kathryn Smith, whose selection was "Algebra and Class Parties," was given honorable mention. The other finalists and their selections were: Esther Brown, "The High- waymanf' Rosemary Mallot, "His Symptomsf' Lola K. Sloan, "A Chance Meeting!" and Donald Coyte, "Cardinal Richelieu." Miss Watson was the faculty coach, and the judges were Mrs. John Rassmussen, Rev. L. S. Phillips, and Mr. W. W. Schwaniger. HEBREW For the purpose of recognizing scholarship and encouraging scholastic standing, N's were presented to all those students who had straight A's during the semester ending last January, and only six qualified for this award. The Seniors were Gertrude Koetter, Rachel Borkenheim, Elva Louise Rock- enbach, Dorothy Paul, and Donald Coyte. Margaret Smith was the only representative of the underclassmen, MEMBER FTC , Q r N g A I l Meyer 2 l 1 l . 4 IS M lu . Txxfr :NEA ,,., grim' 5 'Z ,. E Q . c.,., ,.,. f 1 N ' ,, . . . , . . V ff ' "l' 'Sl' Much credit should be given the student librarians who gave their time and 1 z--ffrfgf-fr service in making our library an aid to every student. They are: Esther A Farnsley, Lois Luther, James Banes, and Edward Kiefner. fjj,lff,'f'fff212 I ' A ,, .... .W ,, . M. .,,, . , F, , ...M ...,-- ..., K x.,-.,C,,--. an ...M-a..... i, ff mi: Tl ' A if i I, . ,. . N " i. V , 'ta -, .33 fag: -I -is " - Q- .f 'X ' V ' ' ffwilp, ,' ' a A .4 " . ' ls ..,-- I Q , '-Q V- - , . 2 I i' E iar. 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A. 1- ' Q Tj ,W my 5 m,,, m Y. ,1 , ff' 3 w X 4112 Y-55525 3: A x 7 ' 1- 64' M. ,, xg Wg, if 1 f - QL T 1. , ' A Wztl , 1 4 ,vf aemL2aM' T.. f-X if FOOTBALL With the coming of Coach Alex Thom, football took on a different aspect at New Albany. The flashy shifts and balanced line of Jack Kraemer gave way to the set backfield and the powerful unbalanced line attack of the Warner system which Thom used. Using Captain Wilcox, Kelso, Brown, Turner, and Eicholz, the returning lettermen, as a nucleus. Thom built a team that gained respect throughout the state. New Albany won its first two games in easy style, Seymour being a 20-0 victim, and Columbus falling by 49-0. In the next game New Albany held a 3-0 lead over Cathedral of Indianapolis at the half time, but finally succumbed 20-3. The following Saturday F. J. Reitz of Evansville came to New Albany and played a terrific 0-0 tie game. At the next game Professor H. A. Buerk, to whom the field had been dedi- cated in the early part of the afternoon, saw the boys whom he loves so well. rally in the last few minutes to win 7-6. Bloomington was the next team to fall by a 34-0 margin. Three passes from Willcox to I-Iaendiges gave New Albany three touch- down and a 20-7 victory over Reitz Memorial of Evansville. l ' Already assured of a successful season, the New Albany team began a hard f ,..., prep for the Thanksgiving Day game with St. Xavier of Louisville. . t In the second quarter of the game Ott received a pass from Willcox and sprinted twenty-seevn yards for a touchdown and a 6-0 victory over the Tigers. j . H Captain Paul Willcox closed his football career at New Albany by being 1 . chosen for a half-back position on the fourth All-State team. Reed Kelso. star w-Q!! lineman for the past three seasons, was placed at a guard position on the first - -ffm , All-State team. l J New Albany is looking forward to an even better team next year with I Captain-elect Turner, Eicholz. Shallers, Haendiges, Dieckmann, O'Hanian, i A Moreman, and Ott, returning lettermen. ' ? The team's record for the past season follows: i New Albany ..............,..,.,.........................,,. 20 Seymour i I i ftxx I : - New Albany .................,..,.,.,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 4 9 Columbus ,.... ',. 1 - ' 3 New Albany ....... ........ 3 Cathedral .....,. 3 " !af53?, .5 New Albany ....... ........ o F.,J. Rietz ...-- pn . - Q New Albany ..,,,,. ,,,,,,,, 7 Princeton .......... fl ll, Q , b A New Albany ....... ,....... 3 4 Bloomington ....,... ' X if I ' New Albany ....... .,....,, 2 0 Reitz Memorial ....... 3 z .',, New Albany ....... ........ 6 St. Xavier ..,......... E , s 139 33 ? W The schedule for next year has been completed. - -I I 'S Q September 25-Seymour ..................,......................... There j October 3rd-Columbus ........... .... .... . ,.......There ,. l' K' September 25th--Seymour ......... .......... T here 1 l g lv A October 10th-Cathedral ............... ........... H ere l .gg ' X October 17th-F. I. Reitz .................... ......... T here fer ix ' fi K ' '- "ff E October 24th-Reitz Memorial ......... ......... . .Here I October 31st-Princeton ........................ .......... T here ' 4' , I ef, November 7th-Bloomington .................... ....... H ere I I .. .1 November 14th-Manual, Indianapolis ,,.. ....... H ere L--e ' I 16, Thanksgiving-St. X .........,..................... ....... H ere QL' ,. .,.V Q c"S7g,K n . X A A if s ,- . nf l' 1 eff? .itf f - - ' 'ii'ii1i' it A ' Y ' g A ., 1. ,V num , 3 1 g , V V arp , pg? me Z 73:1 il il I f 1 I, 'wtf' I ' SE 7, .f ' f r c 29 XXX ' J A111106 5 W 1' fm' . 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These men, along with Captain Lee Hargrave, who has been a mainstay for the past three seasons, Caesar, who will captain next year's five, formed a team that perhaps never reached its full possibilities. New Albany started the season off right by surprising Corydon 27'22 but dropped the next two games to Madison and Paoli. F. J. Reitz of Evansville and Corydon were the next teams to fall before the improving Bulldogs. The big game of the early season was now at hand with New Albany hosts to the twice National Championship Team from Athens, Texas. In one of the closest and hardest fought games ever played upon the local floor, the New Albany team rose to their greatest height and won the game by a 31 to 29 score. Salem, Seymour, Jeff, and Mitchell, each took the measure of the Bulldogs, but the locals avenged themselves upon Salem, whom they whipped 16 to 14 in their next game. Due to the disqualification of Ieffersonville from the I. H. S. A. A,, Irvington, Kentucky, f . was scheduled in its stead and fell 19-17 in a close game. The Bulldogs next succumbed to Bosse, Columbus, and Mitchell before finding themselves against Male, who proved a 17 to 15 victim. Up until this time the support afforded the team by the student body had been disgraceful. However in the following game with Bedford, the team was backed to the limit and the result was a stunning 35 to 23 triumph for the boys in red and black. Probably due to this hard game, Central of Evansville beat the Bulldogs 31 to 26 the next night. The 28 to 26 overtime victory over Scottsburg closed the regular season at home, but Conneriville sent the invading Bulldogs away on the short end of a 19 to 16 score the follow' mg nig t. During the regular season New Albany won nine and lost eleven contests, the first time in several years the Bulldogs have finished in the red. .Graduation claims three members of the squad, Captain Hargrave, Brown, and Willcox having played their last high school basketball game. K . as New Albany ...........................................,.,,, 27 Coryclon ,.,.....................................,.... ......... 2 2 gf , -- New Albany ......,. 20 Madison ......,.. ....... 2 4 ff l New Albany ,,,,,,,, 18 Paoli ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,. 2 2 ,.., JQQ gf, gl Q' Sew Qigany ...,.... 30 F. 1. Reitz ---- .,..... 1 s 5 Xl, ' . in Li CW any ,,,,,,,, 22 Corydon ,,,,,.,,,, ...,,,, 2 0 ll. V New Albany ..,,..., 31 Athens, Tex ...... ....... 2 9 iz 'Q New Albany ........ 17 Salem .......... if ....... 26 L I V. New Albany .,,,,,,, 14 Seymour ,,,,.,. ....... 1 7 f "" :gm J ,nfl New Albany ,,,,, 5 Ieffersonville .... ....... 1 7 ' 5,'i'W3' ECW lgilginy ........ 21 lgfI1tCh6ll -........ ----.-- ? 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W, a w "EY . 3 ff f' if Q ' , w" 1'l5S'f V 4 E I A V l '12 .15 an S S49 r COMPLIMENTS OF THEIWHHTEHOUHZ New Albany: Two Great Stores - x S' we X- N e gil U s ' W X .1ii 'ff N f E 1 EU' Ii i fifivky 1 1 Ta mmm WEQQEJ mLwfI+f.Iw9 ?'.3f.JAniiif :i """ " TQ '17 Q S2 31 '4 J4Qul,rFII' '15 ",'1v'2" er--- -M S " 1, Furniture Store ." '.:-1-r:fq.o,, ,, - ,1 Department Store THIS YEAR'S HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR BLOTTER v , 45,5-gf Q-I . Prinzed by W .V X W .N 1 New Albany, Ind. ' Q'!"'?" - wwe new I F lo d Count Prmtm Oo. y "We Print io Plame" g 423 Pearl Street, Second Floor .1 'vauzf-Y , W M... ...f 'jIi,,LLf'., fl L rv N-y-..,,I., Phone 172 nvfmk A W- "",Q'Q vywg 3, ,H ,.,, 2155- A W N I 5' fx e:,,,,Ie:'-Mi' fi , mem ge, xr.f? emr f ulrf S... , I Citi. "I In A 31 -ON my as V gQ m 1 A 'fi-'gg H' 5 W' I . S XQ - fir' Ag Rx , R e Good Goods and Prompt Deliveries Built Up This Business Coal and Coke Sam! and Grave! Cement mee! Brixmem Lime and Plezsfer Brick and Y?le Fire- Cffzy and Fire Brice A G53 for 0 me E. T. SLIDER I j PHONES: 2603, 2604, 3009, 3010 l Wai 1 ZAPP'S 3 'ei' f The Belief Milk p l Ellie Seahrunk Qlumpang I ' Incorporated l l BEST FOR GROWN UPS BETTER FOR BABIES Eliunerzzl BiI'2L'lLT1'Ei Ask Your Grvvef l i 1 Market at Twelfth l or Phone 433 Assisi 555 1 1001, 1803 ew spring 5666 Kxg f w tf d in ,iww , , , W , , ,M ,nn K , ' ff . 0 JOHN G. EPPING 1 -1 Es'rABL1snED 1863 5 1 . Jia pi Kentucky Club Glnger Ale 5 f Orange Crush and All Popular Flavors X A ii W 423 State St. Plants Also Operated At New Albany, A r Louisville, Lexington, Campbellsville, Ky. gl ig -A1-as be do eeeeeeeeee 6 . . qi I I fif 4 5. 4, , . ,....h.-- . WM Q an are fi I: 4 In . 4 H . K K , w, aw - :L K- r in t It 5 X ,Q , Ein 1 ,fi 1 Av- ., ,,,.,f-1 ,fra if 6 I x F 1 X I ' Q5 'Q' i 'Vi' X A ,il A 7 ndiana Candy ompany The Best and Most Complete Line of Candy ono' Confectionery Supplies IN NEW ALBANY l New and Fast S wx 1 elling Specialties 'NK Prompt Service he eeee we e 4 J. O. Endris 31 Son P Compliments of Al Jewelers A li M. C. THORNTON ,Ami fit 'I ,41 3 4 Qi' S 230 Pearl sf. New Albany, Ind. I A 21 3331 A e e ' J . C . G O N D E R 141 PIHS AND CAKES figg ' 'bl' Fancy Pastrles of All Kmds V A ,' fe' W 918 East Market Street New Albany, Ind. Phone 1341 J ' ,. , ,, A , V WJHLN 'i. wi- L. :,.i A- ', ge, W.-A-N A ' X Fai MQ 5 I ' 2 ' . ,f::1 , - . jjiifw 'f .'l' px, E 51 ffj, kaxy Q ,eW", life? .'2fe I Al 1' H2 .VI, 'Hifi . .l.,il, '9 -ef zy f2'V ' 'Y l ,:M 5l' W L 1 I W I A"" 5 . . 2? 1 7' , fl 15 S9 RIDDLE f Photos TUDIO Of Every D65CVZffZ.071 1 l i 1 fa C N f ' I l 59 1 WE APPREOIAT12 YOUR BUSINESS N ! , V . i i if i in W i M271 ir mi i -i Y V i , VvgATat.., , y Wholesale R tan When in the market for a New Car, see I Mi V' Compliments of T CLIFF ROUGH 4 . , He sells FORDS and will treat you well. 1 Kalser S Phone him at 76, the O T b l L. M. H. MOTORS, Inc. g y i ' O HCCO Ore FQ? 3 5 3 S 1 S 7. .471 Q jf 326 Pearl sr. New Albany, Ind. 3 es en me y l W, W 1 ., Y , iiiiiiii i J-i , S . .. 'i7,,L.. S? C 'WCC C C Q K A When D0Wflt0Wl'l For Better Ice Cream 1 :V fin 3' call V' kV'A Q J , l Emer 'S Ice Cream Co. S' f lelll E Bllfd S S y S S S pl C f t . We Deliver Anywhere , S Q- . in the City N l ,,. fy, 330 pearl St' Y Ph 1905 Plant S50 Behartel Ave. "'Wk' l LW 'We O ll f 3 L, M ,S ,,,., , ., , .. , . wer- ,, , ,,,, , O , , M., W - ,4, A Q -ggi, H i if ' ,SK ,, Q f , H all v s .f .2 4, ' ,. .S H 1 Wi?!??f.ig'?" :jaw , 1 " ky V A J :Z-L ,J lr. W Q , , K fiz V, uf, J- Q 1 ffm, 'lf' s L ael' 1- Z 59' fill ' 4. 5"l1 ""'S ' nr-42221 'C 'C if if C -f 2 , :filzreif-K gw"'f"f" ff 'C fl l' 'l l "' -54 hh 'Q ' E i 11 " wet 5,32 ML , ' Wg C K gf Q' 7' it " ' ' F- . ' 5' lf.: gn?- 5 ' 'L " 'QM O. S. A 'Q-eff-'v, Hs-1:1 A .X lee N 'H 52130 V Q Zi ax atm , sv 2 .,, ,,.y- .Mr SIL. M -'.-.:.,.-f H 7-fp., . ,..,.., ,W ..t,f'Ns,...w.., -1115 Wtffw e ,Je - ,, A was-ew we 4' A, Q ? 'fiw + f3?' t "f- FQ , Ee? 4 1 s Compliments of ELK ' THEATRE Emma C. Muller Flower Shop gi Performing Every Service for Your Car 1 1 Flowers for All Ocmszbm Kortesmith Motor CO' N 5 wx Qu. ' 1 Bonded Members W ,glllfk Che7jf0!el , A Q- Florists' 'lielegraph Delivery Association , Open every day in the year from 7 3. m. Shop 1-109 Phones Residence 3101 l PHONE to Midnight 411-421 E. 1611 E. 1N1ain St. New Albany, 1nd. 4-14 SPTiHg Si- Fine Stationery VVec1ding Invitations LOOSE LEAF BOOKS OFFICE APPLIANCES eteyy - edde I21'111t1119m gm 8.19 Thomas L. Mullineaux FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phone 28 133 SPRING ST. , , , 1307 12. Spring bt. New Albany, lnd. 'TYPEVVRVIEERS FILINCQ SYS'1tE1V1S ROYAL PORTABLE 'TYPEWVKLFERS , M AW. , f,,,,f1,t , 1 1, HX 1 + A 1 Q my W' W,t,,.-r5g'4g -ww cm... if ,rf mtv'---v t ,F M" LZ'f'fM"c ' A,f.'4f'..,.,:' bw' , .NM ,.,,,.-M.,m....,f 1 L 1 ' 1- 1-Sf f f If ,'v1.- 1 1-za ff, 4' -ll Q 1 1 z 1 ' 'L , . .. W 'Gil 1 ' Q 1- .. - 7 Y i n 1 5 f 1 " , e . 'Ll-fl ' " A L Y fi in , ,. ' ,. 1. ,' it 7 - i-'f 7551 ' 'L A 1 tr ff 4' fl .. E ir . 1 L A A 1 fr. Qi iv ai 2 A 'ia f A f W' t rr if 1 A Q' ,z-fills. 1 ' f ,N ,t ' t , ,- '. fp. 1 , 25:1 sifvv ' , , ma if - ,. All , M- it , ' V-1 .1 ' A,.- , YY' S 'Y QUALITY ABOVE ALL Herff-Jones Company DESIGNERS and MANUFACTURERS OF High School and College Jewelry AND Commencement Invitations ,Am .df , y , , , t 5 Official Jewelers to New Albany High School y ' i t S I il f A A A . i Qggscnuvnolv USE r C ' it The Quallty g l 7 OQUG STO? . i J V ntousmeto Pr1AnMAcxs1ALwAYsmcmmoz V! l i Service, Courtesy, Satisfaction -FRESH FROM THE FARM ' 1' 1 sToY and ECKART, Mgrs. I X Zi I g ooNGRATULAT1oNs, GRADUATES! W We invite you to visit this shop where A E . jg,,ff you will always find a smart and distinc- H' ' a tive line of young men's suits, hats, and r furnishings displayed. JoHN B. MITCHELL V, Wi I --- - Y. , , ,. f ,- .,,, H ,,,Y Y Y-.- -. . f ,,,, Wwni .S . i s..,, w-.,,.e .,.. ,,,. .. ,,,.. i I. .. .. M, ,..,. V- 53.211 ' I - it I FJ, I T , - V , 1 , , ' T we in N, X X, ,Q X mil You Can Buy For Leif Al 'S V iHUFF' sf' . fr K , 'A' 'f I 'W ' . ,Z Trinkle Motor Sales Compliments of 24 D' 'b Q ' N DESOTOS, EIGHTS ll MlPUON,S 1 4 PLYMOUTHS l l bt Goodyear Tires Regular Dinners and Sandwiches ,tx Philco Transitone Automobile Radio f ,If ii Market at 15th Phone 212 lst and Market sts' Phone 257 'i l Aiiw lie- I 4 ' X , ffl? ' If Wash day is not a day of pleasure, let us send you a Maytag. new 242 : If it doesnlt sell itself, do not keep it. Atxm, 1 If LM Bornvvasser-Gwln Implement Company Phone 1061 424-426 State Street ii 'I it QfQQfii1lffl , ' "1 We We e no espn W ' - A ,N WI --ilqf-MWN.-.f-..,,.fe.,,,.fw.,..-Q,,..,,.5.. w .,,, -WW I ,A..,,N. ,-S I 1 I --' ' """" 'vw' mfs. 4237+ ' - "Wt Q , V . t II-5555 1, my A V A wi Q, M , K is f L21 ii A 1 'jeff ' I ,Egg 1 ., 1 ' We I , -VM. .:. KYLE' U :, , .47 , 1: I. j , I K K - In it .L , . I. . N 1 1.7 iw-IVV 1 is '71 I S Q , it K 3 5 , ,. se v A. , s I f X L .. 5 - M 1: i 1.4 Q7 ' ' ' ...mf .2 ,.mu'Ea.,zu.f v my f Q wif' f"Y"f'f 4" 4- ii'Ill5eI if . A fwinfr., l W ' A l x ,f f ,Q . MAYES DRUG COMPANY MARKET STREET ON THE PLAZA GEORGE F. MERGELL, .wlmmgff THE COMPLETE DRUG STORE Wholesale Yes, VVe Have It Cut Rate C5eurge graft Compliments of fp in 'TS-W F nnerezl Director M AC BK 708 EAST SPRING ST. SPORTS EDITOR l PHONE 280 l S Afvlriflnufla r, Compliments of DRUGGIST I ffi filgoz VlNCENNES,COR.iDAK, T New ALBANY IND j Homg In BUSINESS for YOUR HEALTH mg, tk ' Prescriptions Filled hy Registered Druggists. 1 A Steam Laundry i il Ask Your Doctor. Banks pay 4041 on what you Save We pay 696 and 1006 on what you spend. Cash and Carry. 275-Phones-284l Stafltfin Welch Lezng's Confectionery EQTQ 5 - reee r'le J- Hair Bobbing l I- BARBER BEAUTY PARLOR 'l BURITS ICE CREAM LOWNEY'S N A I 3 l y ., -, E S, . .a l ' 1 , I E . rl l lg A ,lf 5 X xnxx HX W fr ,,..-5?vrr'f2 1' 1-Tw ' C C Permanent Waving N N i R f A W CHOQOLATILS it fr' W:,Z:: 208 Pearl St. New Albany, Ind. 5' Si . or 4. ,W l ,W ,,,, W WWW, ijgj i Yep f 3 i, 4, 3. kfjrazrfth i.V',-Trf V - , nv 'fi ff A IWZSQ, ' ' - ' if li j .p Ill infer A S C 8 lm .. A "l I is , ' T Tri?-i-'I - " 1 mimi ,, sf, il 'i' A Y C :if 3 7 K ' If C3 . WJ 5514 e e 'Fl ' rf - " - K ' rf 'sf --+4 f 'wi my f ' ki V. si 1 fb F1 . iw? 5 hi ? ii 33' ,,,. , ,t.,.., W ,ff " uf--:aff M... ,qv 1, ,, .V -.., .. fQ,.gT', . f web i X 'fi me - V c n Aw ix' 6 .1 . is You Expect Rest Periods from School Work--and You Get Them But the electric and gas utilities that serve New Albany must work 24 hours every day, year in and year out. There are no summer holidays-- and no excuses accepted. Night or day your lights or gas range must respond to your fingers touch. It's a big task, and it takes much hard Work, careful thought, and Wide investment to maintain service, but it's our job AND WE DO IT! Public Service Company of Indian -x f 'W V 'in if ' QQQM ff.f ig vvnlmnwf , va 'f 'N . " Eb nf Afffsm . New ...WJ , 5-,nad-1M,'1g,:14PV5 4 ., , 1 5' we P P " W ' 1, n wif, l ' - -it ' . , ,, ,, 1 ' J, N ' 1' f. t to 2 K' s 'W A ' is 1 1 " ii i Q n i f Q c l Vi Z. llllilr ill , fi to cvir :sir ss, W Q-fer r 'Ei ,, 1: aww gym' Y f 1 5' V- "3.. ,iv"Yj- , I K 'af V . li mfg . l S i 5 -lf" ii Y, ,ff ,, ,V ,,., ,.i, ,E 4 I . fav' 'P li . Tx QV i' for Babyfr sake me PURITY MAID MILK 3 Illanufarturerr of- Ice Cream, Butter, Buttermilk and Cottage Cheese l Complime I of l, 1 Compliments of P. N. Curl Grocery Co. ' I I Gulf ReHning Company Ure Sugar Creek Producti Vi e use FIEINIS Mayonnai in W Compliments of in i . . . CltlZCHS, Securlty FEINS l ll of our salads in our cafete ia Company I Kresge Building f I im: 1727 Spring' Sr. I V Phone 271 NEVV ALBANY, INDIANA Q 3 N I 3. f' ENGRAVERSYSTATIONERS--ADVERTISERS I " I i New Albany, Ind. I , VC A I i wma 312729 Ziff r'ir A , lei , itti i 1 if I . ' QU I' ., I VIQAIQQ- I 5, pf I I 5 , ., QV Mg.. I, , ,L Q4 f . , " I ,jg h i ll ig wkwxt The Baker Company re i .www- xf 4'-s .,,. 3 RQ' 1 W A 'S ' 'X K1 122711 V 3' v M sf' .- Y A 4Ly .,x...,.,v ..,,,..- . 1' -- ,, 'eg-..1,,. . ,le "A- -K1 4 I iii ? " Q . 5 ' 1' 4' The Louisville College ol Pharmacy INCORPORATED 1872 EXCELLENT FACILITIES THOROUGH TRAINING The Newer Pharmacy Requires Seienfzfeellfy Yrelineez' Men Next Session, Beginning September 21, 1931, is the last matricu- lation for the three year course. Gnly four year matriculation will be accepted for the year 1932-33. For complete detail: and pmrpeetur, aa'dre5x DEAN GORDON L. CURRY 104 NV. Chestnut Street Louisville, Ky. V ,xf Compliments Of For Dependable Coal I Depend On- 5, 10 E? 25c Store 1 THE 302-04 Pearl sr. 11 MCYCY Coal CO. . qI. COPELAND, Mgr. 1 "Home of Good Coal" 'R ifk. I 17 Y WYYW XX K' Fila Rx' A ,. ef' Cgf W1-J' 1 ffrezlegrr' Compliments of ' A William B. Janes I I .,j,i,. .v , .. . ' N " f 'me-'f NW, ' Qs, mai IL 'ef We Eggs., 'J wi Nt ' I A I I , .,.,,.,, .. .V .f f ' 1. . , .. . , +ff4'5fQ1.T17f ' X l: 2.Ni?15d':iiii" r 'f f M 1 - -- sf 're . it -I I - , 4. IIT' 4 if if if fi ii 3 7 ' 'i fi ii G -. iieiiiii " in I I 'G I 465.21 I ' l i' " I A I S Q, I I -. NI I H I, 3Qw1..,!, Q'-A leur ff' J X Veg, Q . X Ye? BUY NEW ALBANY Gooos ADVERTISED IN THE NEW ALBANY LEDG ER II Donlt Give just Any VVatch Give 21 BULOVA Compliments of IRIoN ef WOLF Www E f - C,.rlfwf"V'4:QL - on gf! I Je weler I ,,wHE,,E ll P 131 lf. Spring St. l PHONE 1765 After High School Should Come Business College--- , of-:R 1 x hw I ,ly I X xl l it . 1 ,, I ,. ,il , Q I ' I f If 5 Be.vf-- Wlzy Noi? + 3 4 mf wif, .. l F ..-.v :hr 32 HIGH sCHooI, CREDITS REQUIRED FOR 545 REGULAR COURSES I New Albany Buslness College I lf' f ff' 'l ,. ,, M . .V ' ' ' lv' W" , , ., ,I . ff ff fi l ' ' I . ,Q A . f"-6 MXN ' :Vi Q Lg af if W 'g K I I -' ' Q' lf '-'L-5.5f ,t'h l1 ' K H" 1' ' All g' l I D535 l f a as-fr I' K ' '51 .1111 'Q' X, 3 pr FRIGID IRE Advanced Refrigeration A General M0t07's Produc! ADVANCED REFRIGERATION goes far beyond all ordinary standards of quality and conveniences. FRIGIDAIRES have out- standing features that set them apart from all other refrigerators. FRIGIDAIRE is ADVANCED REFRIGERATION in all that the term implies. ya A A. H. THoMPsoN co. Invorpuraied ' . H3 E- Swing DONALD nENBo, iwflafmgw- Phone 1459 x ,M ,,e,e,e ,, e.,. New ,-?, H DVVV H, W Vrrr H oW,,,,,i ,- NVQ- Elgin Watches Elmer mignkman A. l Fzmeraf Director i ll Vincennes St. Phone 39 ,SA l- ., 4.ne r ft. ! XX are as close to J l - , , H ,"-' Tfii 5 l39 lt. bprlng Phone 1664-VV 1 your ielephon . A RASM l l SSRN 51 SON ive ' N 'M ...ef ww ' 11 E 'r A 1 L--FI,o1us'1's--WHOLESALE - W...,f N Cul Flowers and Floral Deszgm V W -N.....-vgffzvw-'Af ,, , . -mf QW' ,-n.,,,, , f-"' .H fjgg1::+:ffqa,ae ,fp no D D e D no , jaw.. e w w In W, ,fu ,W ,NWN .-,ff,' ,+M:AgLgf3gi,i5Zwa4 ,,. L, , U A . V K, U, H if 'fill ,fm ' , V., 2+ gj 'wwig ff' L .i .r... ,Q ' f . ,V K M M! I . Ei.-1+ :z 'fm-"1' ' 1, , ' 14 f Q - 'NYU ' , Ssffzi E' it N3 -agffirfsr. ' - ' ' sa K, 'I' , "fa 11,-f' x v. , a Y ' - - . K F, ,- ,grave-1, ' , 'M r ,, H:- !v3f11:2Z..g 'n-1: th-:.f,h ' ga g pfg1fsa.W A ., . M' J . '. M ,L ' x 1 - k , ' 4- , .1 , , ff f' r " ff 1 1 f We V , Q- ' ' A r. - , ' - --x U e,-fa fe- A' 'f1 .f acial Ill P t at . ' V . im? . ""'4+4 V- tr" V, 9 ,r-' f' pgs A,--,-am . ' N , S1 , '45 -. rf z ' rx , .. ' 21 A Sf. Y' f it f 5 4 ri 1: .E 1 .2 if . ' 2 .75 P . - ' frirgezn if -1Yfgf,. 5 1553 iff - s 1""f1ii9 f,- -. fl . ., ' """H" .-5 f 1' ' f f . Q, "" ,I f I 41 2 W '1' Q.-'ln' sq V' ,f f' ' i X 'A 'X F- , ' r . r ,-'ga H ,f. ' "1 F5 . ' Q., i a L, Sf N1 Wal -4-N g 3 w CALL 414 FOR THAT FAMOUS COAL H. Schulz Coal Company A M oft Confvenzkent Place To Buy GOOD COAL 355323 608 PEARL STREET Karl L. Fenger Compliments of Give Gifts That Last l Diamonds - Watches - Jewelry H d G. E. Hertling ar ware Jewgkr a+ ,Y.5 AHHAA eeee eeee ew CAPS and GOWNS Worn by the Senior Class furnished by Harry K. Landes Co., Costumers 837 N. Illino sr. Indianapolis I d if -, -W5 ,172 il Ili rst, f gm' .,., , .,..f, Q ,1..,., , s ,:1 ' COSTUMES FOR ALL OCCASIONS 'F ali' ,, rf.: H . - 1y:,q.,:"'i.T ' T3 pm , ,C . ,SX 1, ...f - r . Q w T STREAM! l I Q g l W' riff.: :W rl rriip fa 'sf' l L,,,:.:3-..., ........,.2 , ,. A Mg! .WN f M1 , ' N rla fha , A A L at f l' A L wwf 57 1 2 4 L , f Yfixii' - -1. "'41Z3Q:k, 'F' "Tw A fl at w g, 5 I ' V ,K ' A 1 ' .5 at QQ. 1 7 1221. 11 9 - M, V fr - " 2 tl 5' ' W 1 ' f in I ' A A 1 iw 4 Q1 at fi 1 .1 .: X , M,a,. .gi aff"""e 'H My 1 F' vue , Q 1 n 1: avg' 551.7 , ami, av. 'T 2 S3 . I Kg W .. Q, 1 5 ' CLASS RINGS and PINS CLUB PINS MEDALS, PLAQU ES, TROPHI ES Efzgmwd Commencemmi Invitations ami Peryofzaf Cards XE AULD'S INC. 1201-21 Essex Ave. Columhus, Ohio Established 1870 THE MosT UP-T0-DATE BEAUTY YQUR GLASSES SHQULD BE SHOPPE IN THE CITY 1 C m Mable Ltllldde Beauty Shoppe Have Zoulilqyes Examined ERNEST CONNER PHONE 2472 OPTOMETRIST JESSIE B. CLIPP 1' . 301-303 1,llJE!'Iy Bank Bldg. l At C0nner's Drug Store - Pearl and 5pring DRUGS I COMPLIMENTS OF KODA KS AND KODAK FINISHING k The McD0nald's Drug Store l B UU -M RfffffffSf0f'f 1 BETTER SANDWJCHES -1 '?:':f,.-, ,.,,, ws., ,, ., ,- , ,NG ,as-gxgx:1?W ,L ww.. fm, 1 AND SODAS 113 E. Market St. New Albany, Ind. X 5 r , Q. I iff'-fmiy, I -W 1. Wffvfi I '-4 -,, '-f' Jjyff' awed: mgwilfi x -if C., A Nmyw. KJ . ' TT MQ - , , , . I , M., . , ., W, ,. if ' A I- ak a. N. - 1 . Kar-14g-'i,.g,. ' ' .,g..j,g,, 'ff ,. . . , . 1. , -' ,'. 21 'E ff' ' 1- sig.. A Y I V AP! 1 7. - A - ,A , ' c ' " .,. I '1.?Mf f ' . 692, 1 Q S I I r Z . 1 . I 1? . I I f l my W IN bl HM U IM X Sk N N QXK X ,ff Mil N jf! XX 'Q AX 5, ww ,NAM wi? F v l A L g is L, fy 4Q V Mk, f yi aw Wi l VR T I if M1 ' 4, 35 A .,:Z'w'3 1-- .v- Q aw ' pg KS WW- ! Af .Y Af,'XsK n QP fl.. 46 1 if -.X Z3 FA RE WELL And now farewell, oh lands of school book lore. Glorious times we've had in our joyous travels. Sadly we take leave of you, Brave Greeks and Trojans, made immortal By those masters of old, Homer and Vergil. Goodbye, beloved Scotland, home of feuds and bonnie lassies, Whose green hills and lakes of blue Are now so dear, and so familiar. To bloody France, and dreary Russia, Cradle of Tartars and Cossacks cruel, To sturdy Holland, and sun-drenched Spain, To all the lands in our tattered books, We say adieu. ln the stern of a new ship we stand, Ready to sail to different landsg More adventures await us there. And if e'er we return to your far shores, It will be on the magic carpet of memory. K.. , J t r 1, s lflarl-ff'ff, X . Qi T" :fa .ew-A iyf' '- .T' Xi . , .4 f-WL y ,,.,, -ELVA LOUISE ROCKENBACH K , if .-A , , yi y, A fr' VN t n . , r e r e G if V7 3, s ' 'we "ff1zia.,., r . ' ' 4 r.:'r5liQ?k' .eae s l i '21 ' 1 'af GW" 'K i Vi QV: ., l riff. i 'i ' . ' 1 939 ' " i l I K '17, ii' ' s A ., ' f i ' isi' it 1 " i Q i 4 ,, L ,iff 2+ 5,3 F W-'Vita i ' GREETINGS TO YOUNG AMERICA FROM JUNIOR ORDER UNITED AMERICAN MECHANICS OBJECTS OF THE ORDER lst. To maintain and promote the interest of Ameri- cans, and shield them from the depressing effects of unre- stricted immigration: to assist them in obtaining employment, ' and to encourage them in business. Znd. To provide for the creation of a fund or funds for the payment of benefits in case of sickness, disability or death of its members, to members, their legal dependents or representatives, and to issue certificates of membership for the same. ---i y X J I Bl 'rl lk J 0 4' lk ill li ,, , , -- All .fi il 4 S5 4 54 VIRTUE , . . LIBERTY 3rd. To uphold the American Public School System, PATRIOTISM to prevent interference therewith, and to encourage the reading of the Holy Bible in the schools thereof, 4-th. To promote and maintain a National Orphans Home. A . QNX i ELIGIBILITY FOR MEMBERSHIP ,mfsesx L No applicant shall be eligible to membership in this Order except he be: l ' ' D J' N I A white male citizen of the United States of America, born within its territory or domain, or under the protection of its flag: W- W g I Of good moral character: i ' E A believer in a Supreme Being as the Creator and Preserver of the Universe. 1 i Y l Not a saloon-keeper. bar-tender, or a wholesale or retail dealer in spirituous 1 , or malt liquors as a beverage: 1 , In favor of upholding the American Public School System, preventing ' 3, f interference therewith, and encourage the reading of the Holy Bible in the I rx 1 schools thereof: V 3 ' Opposed to the union of Church and State: I M, i VT ff f 5 - Of the age of 16 years or upwards, and for beneficial membership under A,,, t-it 1 1 41 D5 years: ' i , jk , ' Able to read and write and to earn a livelihood: ,937 ,:" u Capable of giving all the secret signs and words of the Order, or of explain- l -. 2 - Qi ing the same, if unable to give them by reason of physical misfortune or defect. RV ,Y V ' I This is not a labor union but a fraternal organization. Young ,' and old need fraternal insurance. QW - W 'l V High School students who have enjoyed the benefits of a High ' ' f 'rf--A V School education of the highest type. Join this Order and uphold the public I school system. ' ' National Membership on December 31, 1901, was 12,797. On January t, M ' 31, 1931, our membership was 360,114. New Albany Council No, 22 has 1 a total membership of 675 and is still growing. 4 Our Council meets every Wednesday in the I. O. O. F. hall at Bank and Q l rn ' 17" 1 1 Market streets, New Albany, Indiana. ,cf W fi! 1P"""'l 1 .1 ,lf , ,. .A ,, WN,f,...-,fx .Y 'I WMV: ,, sl .L F ,.p. ,I MW.. rt,, ., ,, .K..-s,,,. .. M Y , ,i ,r?,:,X, waz , . Q es 61 ? f L. is s -f- ff 'S ji' s 11 L 'i " 1 31, 1 -f":z W .. . -., .. V " ,- if ' ,f '21 Q11 5 1,3325 "t , ' " .Q if 1 ' i' 1 ggi? 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