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mvmnriea 1923 Eramatirz The members of the Public Speak- ing class gave a program Friday, No- vember ninth, in the high school as- sembly. The program was given in honor of .-Xrmistice Day and proved a great success. The program was opened by the reveilla played by De- ion Phillips. Old war songs were sung by the school. after which read- ings were given by Harold Daniels. 'ZX Yillage Somewhere in France"g X'-.'il.ard Lucas. "To The Boys of .Xmeriea"5 Carl Gable. "joan D'.-Xrc": and Devon Phillips. "In Flanders Field". Germania Gerardot gave an intreduction to a Sturat VX'alker play. "Yoices" which was played by Edrie Thomas and Arneda XK'inner. "joan uf Arc" was sung by five girls of the l'nh'ic Speaking class. Taps was sounded and once more the celebration uf the end of The Vyorld XX'ar was re- newed by the future citizens of Amer- ica. The Senior class, having been as- signed the Thanksgiving entertain- ment by the faculty. gave their pro- gram XYednesday. November twenty- ninth. The orchestra played several numbers receding the introduction P s given by Jessie Sheehan. Nan Lantz introduced Carl Gable, Harriet Lake, Germania Gerardot, who each read a paragraph on "XVhy The Students Should Take a More Enthusiastic Part nk. 1-:mm in School Activities". Harold Daniels gave a selection on "The Landing of The Pilgrims"5 Edrie Thomas "The First Thanksgiving Day"3 Zelda Rich- hart, "The First Thanksgiving Proc- lamation". Carrie Goeglein wrote and read ".-X Yision" which gave in an in- teresting manner the progress that our nation has made since the landing of the Pilgrims. Martin Sheehan talked on "XYhy XYe Should Be Thankful". This ended the program. ' The junior Class capped the climax in originality at Christmas time. Their program was unique from start to lin- ish. The playlet given by them was read from their manuscripts and acted at the same time, and with almost the same freedom that a committed manu- script would have produced. XYillard l ucas. president of the class, opened the program with an admonition of "llow and XN'hy XX'e Should Celebrate Christmas", then presented the mem- bers of the class who gave the follow- ing numbers: Vocal Selection Gladys Nulf Introduction of playlet Hazel Vizard Christmas At Number Seven Juniors At the end of the playlet Santa Claus brought in a number of mechanical dolls dressed as carpenters, brides. baby dolls and dudes. Lester Mills, as the carpenter, gave a clever imper- sonation of Mr. Clem, and Claude vmnriva 1923 Null as the dude made a tine English- man. After the dolls had demonstrat- ed the outstanding characteristics of the faculty, they showed their Christ- mas spirit by giving each student a lollipop. The Class of Twenty-four gave a very interesting and entertaining pro- gram at the Town Hall. February twenty-second. to celebrate XYashing- ton's birthday. The hall was a bower of red, white and blue flags and deco- rations. Across the front of the stage was N. l-l. H. S. in the purple and gold. which the students have come to love so well. On the left side was the word .luniors in blue and white. Un the right. the year 1924. The class launched this project with fear and trembling. for it was the first time that anything of this nature had been attempted by the high school. but it proved more than they had dared antifipate. The following program was given. National Emblem l-ligh School Orchestra Une act play ".-Xunt 3Iatilda's Party" junior Girls Carry ale Hack to Old Yirginny Tenting Tonight Summer Twilight Klannny's Lullaby N. H. H. S. llirls' Quartette Greatest .-Xchievement of the Centuries Col. .Xlfred l-. Kloudy The girls upheld the scliool's tradi- ,ion with ease in their presentation of the one act play. They showed unus- ual ability as amateurs in acting and appearance. The girls' quartette is a newly acquired feature which shows possibilities. The orchestra was quite above par and deserves the staunch support of the school, The central thought of Colonel Kloudy's lecture was the Constitution of the Cnited States. l-le gave his theme in an inter- esting manner and was positive in his assertion that this document ii the greatest achievement of the centuries. The -luniors adopted the following resolution to be published in the Hi- Lite: XX'e. the .lunior Class. wish to thanlq the outside members of the orchestra. the cluartette and Senior girls who helped to make the evening a success. Page Eighty-one illlmzmnrivn 1923 Evhaiiug Umm M. Sheehan W. Lucas M. Blaising F. Bradtmueller C. Gubl illrmnrivs 1523 Behates january nineteenth, "The City boy and girl have more advantages than the country boy and girl." Affirmative: Paul Schuckman, Clive Grover, Harold Daniels. Negative: XYillard Lucas. Carl Gable. Melville Blaising. Decision in favor of the neg- ative. january twenty-fifth, "Immigration should be limited to the white race." Affirmative: Harriet Lake. Gladys Xulf, XYillard Lucas. Negative: Ferdinand Bradtmueller. Carl Gable, Melville Blaising. Decis- ion in favor of the' negative. january twenty-sixth. "Exemption rules should be abolished in high school." Affirmative: Carrie Goeglein, Klar- tin Sheehan, Jessie Sheehan. Negative: Germania Gerardot, De- Yon Phillips, Edrie Thomas. Decision in favor of the negative. january thirty-first, "The National Honorary System should be adopted in every township high school." Affirmative: Olive Grover, Paul Schuckman. Negative: Arneda XVinner, Harriet Lake. In the absence of Paul, Miss Tonkel took his place, and therefore the decision was given to the affirm- ative. XYho said we xveren't diplomats? March ninth. "Labor organizations promote the best interest of the work- ing man." Aflirmative: Melville Blaising, Fer- dinand Bradtmueller, Xlfillard Lucas. Negative: Martin Sheehan, DeVon Phillips. Carl Gable. Decision was made by Reverends jones, Aichinger and Rhoades. in favor of the negative. Page Eighty-three illlrmnrirn 1923 P zu Eighty-four ,..,-7.,,,.7...,-- Glnntratanta H .1 'Sa Willard Lucas +MeivaleB,11fLff.hQ4iQlrsJ.Q , .41::w1::as12..Ei3i "3 .. illllvntnriva 1923 Qiglg Svrhnnl State 'fsliarusziun livagttv Early in the year the Public Speaking Class joined the High School State Discussion League. This league is for the purpose of developing the student's ability in research work on some important public question. This year the subject was to propose a plan whereby all labor disputes of public or quasi-public industries could be solved. Martin Sheehan and Carl Gable were chosen to compete for the representative from our school in the Final elimination. This was held in the Assembly, March twenty-lirst. Carl was chosen and went to Fort XX'ayne Central to the county contest held March twenty-third. where he gave his discussion with credit to himself and to the class. The other county contestants were Mary Forker. South Side: Josiah Roth, Leo: john lletts, Central. Nineteen members of our school attended and came home with great plans for next year, for- XYho bides his time and day by day Faces defeat full patiently, And lifts a mirthful roundelay, However poor his fortunes be- He will not fall in any qualm Of poverty-the .paltry dime It will grow golden in his palm XYho bides his time. V James XYhitcomb Riley. ix Page Eighty-tive tx. xx illlrmnriw 1923 Qbratnriral Glnntrat The Superintendents from the seven high schools in Allen County met in january and decided to hold a county oratorical contest, April twenty- tirst. Each school was to choose, by elimination. a contestant from any num- ber that wished to try out. The seven contestants were to compete for ll gold medal. Nineteen members from the Public Speaking Class of our school prepared orations from truly American subjects, and gave them be- fore the members of the faculty. From the nineteen the judges chose two and the class voted on three. to meet for final elimination. The two chosen by the judges were Edrie Thomas and Melville l-llaising, and the three chos- en by the class were .lessie Sheehan. Ferdinand Bradtmueller and XYillard Lucas. March twenty-ninth these live met at the town hall and gave their work before the patrons of the school. Benj. Null. from South Side, Miss liromer. from Central, and Glenn Smiley, attorney from Fort XYayne. acted as judges. They chose the following respectively: VK'illard Lucas, Melville lllaising and Edrie Thomas. The Parent-Teacher Club awarded a check for three dollars to winner of lirst place and a check for two dollars to winner of second place. The crowning event of this adventure came .Xpril twenty-first when XX'illard won the first medal given for oratory in Allen County. He covered himself with glory. easily outstripping all other contestants. His oration was given with such positiveness and ease that he held his audience spell- bound and. despite the fact that Mr. McComb had asked that all applaudsg be stopped, he received quite an ovation. The class wishes for this member all that he is capable of attaining and may each member live and work till we can voice our trust with that of the poet when he says: NVings to rise to the sun- Nay better: feet to climb, Till the voice of Cod's "XYell done" Rings to the end of Time. ,Phe Eighty-ulx Il illllvmnriw 1523 Eruvlnpttwut nf Zlutrrrf-t in flllusir XX'hen Professor DeLong came to our school five years ago, about the tirst word of praise that was given to him was "My, he surely can play the piano!" or "Have you heard Mr. De- Long play ?" In an incredibly short time-just the time it took him to win the confidence of our boys-there was an unexpressed desire on the part of many of them to "play like Mr. De- Long". Their desires slowly but sure- ly bore fruit. The first to try out was Robert Thomas of the class of 19.22. but in March of last year, one tine morning the school was informed that there were four new aspirants as wieiders of the bow. and now instead of Robert carrying a violin case alone there were Jessie Sheehan, NYillard l.ucas. l.ucile Young and Smith Thomas. I am sure that none of us shall forget the morning that Noel Smith and Harold Daniels tried to play with the school orchestra, which was organized by Miss XX'alter. Have you ever been trying to drop off to sleep when suddenly you were startled by a "Screech-h-h-h" from out the top of a tree nearby? XVell. this particular morning when we, in the assembly. were attending strictly to business. and our newly organized orchestra in the west room was doing the same, there came just such a screech. XN'e were informed later that the boys' saxophones were "acting up". XYhen the 1922-'23 school term opened the old members had made marked improvement, with several new members added. The orchestra now has the following members: Stan- Tey Putman, tromboneg VValter Schnit- ker, traps: Noel Smith, Carrie Coeg- iein, Harold Daniels, saxophones: De- lfon Phillips, Gladys Nulf, Melville Blaising. cornetsg Lucile Young. Smith Thomas, violins: Claude Null. trom- bone: Lavilla Tillock. piano. This year it has been under the direction of M". DeLong. and we sincerely hope tlzat the N. H. H. S. Orchestra has e vie to stay. for no school. civic or re- ligious meeting is complete without it. The members have played for all programs' given by the school through- oztt the year. On Friday. April twen- tieth, they played at the Andrews High School Commencement: on Sat- urclay, April twenty-first. they played at the Allen County Oratorical Con- test: and on May twenty-second they will make their farewell appearance for the year at our own commence- ment. For those who leave our ranks this year we wish all the happiness they can obtain thru their efforts in this wonderful art. Another development in music this past year was the quartet which was organized by Miss NYalter in Febru- a"y, and has taken part in several pub- lic entertainments, in which they have Page Eighty-seyen illhmnriw 1923 been well received. They entered the contest on April twenty-lirst. The quartette is made up of the following girls: Gladys Nulf, first sopranog Cora Hazlet. second soprano: Elizabeth Mills. contraltog Edrie Thomas, alto. Our orchestra and the quartet are not the only places that keener appre- ciation of music has been manifested. The chorus made up of the entire high school is now really mastering more difficult music, thanks to the ef- forts and patience of Miss XX'alter. Hiigh Srlinnl Obrrlirairzt Stanley Putman ltromboneb, Walter Schnitker Qdrumsl, Noel Smith Qsaxophonel, Devon Phillips lcornetl,Lavi1le Tillock lpianol, Gladys Nulf fcornetl, Melville Blaising lcornetl, Carrie Goeglein lsaxophonel, Claude Null ftrombonel, Harold Daniels csaxophonel, Lucile Young lviolinl, Smith Thomas Qviolinj. Page Eizhty-eight S illflrmnriva 1923 Zlnatitutr lgrngram The High School students furnished an entertainment for Teachers' Insti- tute on December 16th. After various performances given by different High the teachers in their Schools before county session, the New Haven High School in turn displaying her cleverly succeeded in ability as well. Miss Edrie Thomas, a Senior, also a talent- ed member of the Public Speaking Class. gave two very entertaining readings. The first was "The Church 'XYith an Overshot XYhee1"g the second, "Lasca", by Frank Desprez. Her ease of expression won admiration from all. The orchestra. composed of the follow- ing members: Mr.DeLong,pianog Har- old Daniels, saxophone, Smith Thom- as, violin, Noel Smith, saxophoneg Maurice Rose, violin: XValter Schnit- ker. drums, and Devon Phillips, cor- net, furnished excellent music. The selections played were 4'Blue Bird Land", "Bridal Rose" toverturep. and "Sweet Indiana Home." Hiusir XYhatever the relations of music, it will never cease to be the noblest and purest of arts. It is in the nature of music to bring before us with absolute truth and reality, what other arts can only imply. inherent solemnity makes it so It's chaste and wonderful that it enobles what- ever comes in contact with it- NVagner. Plze Eighty-nine 1 ,Q -Alf'- f. M Q' N , f ' '- . ,.' --Q- t Ja -ri -.k -3 ,',.1.'. .- f"g:Kfw.', f,,I,,.LX -by-'X 'X .kg CTD 5.17 -1 fi .N -A, xi K IQOSZAT-onkel ,Ruby Oberliwiygi, 'E fffk fu' if 'Q5 ? ' :Alix 'xl Q viii .' . 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Q' .-yfx5.-1:-5f.35..-M - .-,'-5'-f f----.-- .-...J-..-: g- an- - ' ' 5.--' N --av-'iw-5' .4J'i,:f.fl+'r.':1:-CHQ'f,Jf:ag,:1:n?gCi5fQ5i:?'i'f-f?'?5c'?nx3 .f5?-'PCC'-fzfif-,1'1'rV'?''?'.-il-'+'f'ax.'-N' 'ffffg '-"' " " 2 Svnrivig uma slllllllllllllIlllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllfllllllIllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIIIllllIKIllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIlllllllllllllXIIIllllIllllllllllllllllllls A webbing One of the most fashionable mock weddings of the season was that of March 16th. in which Miss Lavilla Tillock became the bride of Mr. Devon Phillips. The bride. who is one of the most popular members of the younger set. was becomingly attired in a lovely set of curls. black slippers and a green and red gown. She carried a bridal bouquet of lovely carnelian celery. tied with a beautiful bow of shoe-strings. Miss Berniece Morris. as brides-maid. was attired as usual. and carried herself well under the trying circumstances. Miss Hazel Yizard, beautifully attired in a green gingham apron. as flower girl. carried a beautiful bouquet of imitation American Beauty roses and scattered smiles indiscriminately. Little Miss Olive Grover carried the ring upon a beautiful tin dust pan. Mr. Mills attended the groom. who was also present. Rev. lYillard Lucas orticiated. reading the beautiful ceremony from Mother Goose. The bridal party entered to the strains of Mendelsohn's beautiful ditty entitled "Gee-l Gee! l'm glad I'm free: no wedding bells for me". rendered by Melville Blaising. a talented musician of our city. Mr. Paul Schuckman. the father. gave the bride away. accompanied by the tear- ful sobs of Miss .Xrneda XYinner. the mother. .-Xfter the wedding breakfast. the bride and groom left on an extended tour through the dining room and kitchen. The out of town guests were Gladys Xulf and Esther Bandelier. The members of the -lunior Class were entertained at the home of Miss Lavilla Tillock. March 16. The evening was spent in dancing and playing 'fdlllllllllIlllillllllllllllKlllllllllllllll lllllllllIIllllllllllllllllIllIllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illllllmllllllllllllilill llllllllllllll Jlllllllllllll 0: games. Later in the evening a dainty luncheon was served. after which the guests departed. i -O..-T 'l'he Sophomore Class entertained the high school at the traditional So- phomore party, October Slit. at the Town Hall. The guests came masked. and enjoyed games amidst the spook- iest of Halloween decorations. Miss Friedline and Miss Oberlin won priz- es for being the best masked individ- uals. .-X Halloween luncheon was served at the close of the evening. Miss Carrie Goeglein and Miss .les- sie Sheehan united in celebrating their birthdays. Thursday. October Ilth. at the home of the latter. Music and games were the main features of the evening. .Xt a late hour a two-course luncheon was served to the Misses Harriet Lake. Lela Stabler. Carrie lioeglein, Della Brown, Zelda Rich- hart. Lucile Young, Jessie Sheehan. Pago Ninety-one J' illllvntnrirz 1923 Nan Lantz, Berniece Morris, Katie XX'eilbaker, Leota Koehlinger, Lavilla Tillock, Edrie Thomas and the Messrs. DeX'on Phillips, XX'alter Schnitker. XN7alburn Pence, Gaylord Shank. Carl Gable. Harold Daniels, Noel Smith, Stanley Putman, Martin Sheehan and Smith Thomas. :X l-lallowe'en party was given by DeYon Phillips at his home, Saturday, October 28th, in honor of the junior and Senior classes. The rooms were effectively decorated in autumn leaves. pumpkins and corn stalks. Games. contests, and lunch were also in keep- ing with the season, and the guests spent a very enjoyable evening, Miss Nan Lantz gave a lYiener llake for the Senior class, Thursday. October 5th, A very enjoyable even- ing was spent in playing games and listening to musical selections given by the members of the class, The Senior Class gave a surprise party in honor of Noel Smith, on his eighteenth birthday, Thursday, De- cember send. The evening was spent in playing gacnes after which dainty refreshments were served at a late hour, Thursday evening, March zznd, the faculty and high school were pleas- antly entertained by the Freshmen at the high school building. Games and Pane Ni nety-two music were enjoyed by all. Later in the evening all were given a "royal feed". Everybody reported a good time and wished that the evening had been longer. The junior class was entertained on September 29th, by Hazel Yizard at the home of Dr. Cowan, and on Xo- vember Sth by Arneda XYinner at her home. The juniors received their class rings. Saturday, December 16th. Miss Harris was not able to be in school November I4 and I5 on account of illness. Miss Germania Gerardot, a Senior, acted as substitute. Such work is good for a Senior who has decided to make teaching her profession, On account of Miss Harris' absence Monday, February 12th, Ifdrie Thom- as. a Senior, acted as substitute. Miss Harriet Lake, a Senior, acted as substitute for Miss McClellan's room, Monday. February 11th. The Sophomore class was entertain- ed Tuesday, February zist, at the home of Miss Opal Stauffer of Harlan. Opal spent her Freshman year in N. H. H. S., and was a popular member of the present Sophomore class. ..1..- ' - .......... I fllllrmnrira 1923 An Auhihlr illllnuir As l entered the class room for my last class in college, l was handed a program. This wasn't of much inter- est to me until I saw in especially big type "New Haven". This naturally at- tracted my attention and I read, "Aud- ible Movie To-Nite at the Xlfhite Star Theatre-Review of New Haven Sen- ior Class of '23-8:oo O'clock Sharp". Nothing was on my mind that entire day except that movie. By six, I was anxiously waiting, with about two college students. for opened. Since each Senior class realized thousand other the doors to be member of the that this was the last day of his school life and that his education would not be complete without hearing an aud- ible movie, it naturally drew a large crowd. XX'hen the doors of the theatre were iipenecl. there was a grand rush for seats. In about ten minutes the doors were closed and the show began. The first picture represented the tirst day of school. Not only did it show the dignified expression on the Sen- iors' faces. but it showed the juvenile expression of the Freshies. lcoulcl not only see the pupils but l could hear them talk as plainly as if it had been the year 1923. There were two assemblies, Assem- bly l and Assembly II. No one could find his books, tablet. pencil. pen or ink. l then saw Raymond Greiser tak- ing long. hurried strides thru the lab- oratory. He turned to Noel Smith and said, "Anyone seen my Indian ink?" Noel Smith gave a reply as he swayed back and forth, "Haw, haw, haw. you can tell the Freshiesf' l then saw a white, slick-haired dog running thru the laboratory unnoticed by the pupils: evidently very much at home. Fastened to a collar around his neck was a card on which was written "Sept 5". I happened to re- member that jean Morris' dog used to attend school quite regularly. NX'ith each picture jeans dog was represent- ed with a date on his neck. The public speaking class was organized on Sept- ember seventh. lt did not meen until the following day. l saw DeYon Phil- lips stand on one foot and gaze at the ceiling as he gave a three minute talk. Then I heard Carrie lloeglein give an oration. She started to make a gest- ure. but happening to think it was the wrong place. she scratched her head instead. l then heard Leola Handel- ier give a current event. She contin- ually inispronounced the word ob- viously, but Bliss Tonkel told her to go ahead with her report and if she would come up some night after school she would help her to pronounce it correctly. When Leola had finished l heard Miss Tonkel say. "Folks, you must not have a rising intlection in your voice when you get up to give a Pure Nineuf-thus J I jj itlllvninriva 12133 report." 'l'he next picture was of Mr. De- Long and the Senior class in Assembly I. I heard him tell the Seniors why the faculty wished to establish an lithics class. This class being very much enthused. it was organized Sep- tember twentieth. My attention was then carried to the base ball field. where our boys were playing l.eo. I could see that the team had the support of the school as we-ll as the parents. Soon I heard the shouting and rooting from the grand- stand. under the direction of Zelda Riehhart. the cheerleader. It certain- ly was exciting to see Pete Putman make a home nun, and see the school anxiously watching the next play. In spite of the good plays by New Ha- ven. they were defeated Qctober 13. filctober :oth the Freshman class was organized. It inet in Room I to elect otrieers. Lamar was elected pres- ident. I heard one girl say after the class had adjourned. "I voted for La- mar because he's funny: he always has a smile and good word for every one." In the next picture I saw corn- stalks. pumpkins and old rose and white crepe paper draped about the rooni of the town hall. I then saw Kliss Oberlin and Bliss .Friedline re- ceive prizes for being the best mask- ed. I remembered this to be the So- phomore party of October 31st, Next I saw two girls in the front of Plze Ninety-lour Assembly I. .-Xt second sight I found it to be Arneda and Edrie, giving a one-act play. This program was giv- en by the public speaking class No- vember eleventh. November twentieth I saw the whole school gathering around the ASSCIIIIDIY I desk. I noticed Carl Ca- ble and Germania handing out the first edition of the Hi-Lite of I-I. H. S. The next scene presented Nan Lantz introducing the 'Iihanksgiving pro- gram given by the Senior class. No- vember thirtieth. My eyes were then cast on a crowd of girls and boys in front of an antique building. They were eagerly watch- ing a girl open a small package. I heard Devon Phillips say. "Give me my ring and I'lI bring you my money Monday." Iknew by this that the juniors had just received their class rings. Deceinber sixteenth. As I rubbed my burning eyes I heard the audience laugh ,and clap. XX'hen I looked up Santa had just dis- played the Irishman lClaude Xulll. the funniest doll he had. I remem- bered this was thefhristinas program the junior class gave December twen- ty-second. XYhen I saw Let. Mills' pockets bulged out and torn. it brought to my mind the junior show given jan. II. My eyes then fell on Harold Daniels in .-Xssembly I XYhen I saw the per- spiration on his forehead and his hand , . - ilillrmnrira 1923 trembling like an :Xspen leaf, I knew it was the semester examination, and he was taking the Caesar examination. 'l'hen I heard laim say. "Gee Miss Ob- erlin. that's the best grade I've made since I've been in high school". I knew by this that he had passed the examination and that it was january nineteenth. the beginning of the sec- ond semester. Next. I saw Miss Flanningham in one building showing the girls how to trim hats: the boys were in another building. sorting out seed corn. I knew by this that it was Short Course week. Februry fifth to ninth. There were shouts heard "href tire I" and in the picture the manual training shop was in flames. I then heard jean Morris say. "Oh well, there ain't much damage done." The next picture showed an appar- ently old. foxy woman raging and pac- ing the floor. She stopped and picked some paper axes out of a birthday cake and threw them at the guests. After all this excitement, an audience was listening to a lecture. I remembered this to be the -lunior entertainment at the town hall, February 22nd. My attention was again brought back to an exciting game of basket ball. An audience. larger than any I had seen before, was criticizing the plays of both teams. I heard Claude Null call "C : let's beat liuscof' I knew this to be the tourna- ment held March second and third. l noticed a boy explaining a game. and from the expression on his face and his childish explanation. l knew it was the Freshman party given March twenty-second. My eyes were then cast on a stage upon which sat three boys and one girl. .-Xfter I heard the girl give her discussion on low she thought the la- bor question could be settled. I recol- lected the discussion given at the Central High School of Ft. Xlfayne, by the members of the State Discussion League. March twenty-third. l then saw and heard XX'illard l.u- cas. the chief orator of X. H. H. S.. give a famous oration and win the championship. March twenty-ninth at the town hall. I then hearl Mr. Geake talking be- fore the Assembly I on .-Xmericanism. l remembered this was the day pict- ures were taken for the annual, Apr. J,. My eyes then followed a yellow bus from Xew Haven to Ft. XYayne. It was raining when the Seniors left the bus and marched up the stairs to a photographer. I knew they were hav- ing their pictures taken for the annual. This was the end of the .-Xudihle Movie. I gradually worked my way thru the impatient crowd until I was once more on my way home. XX'hen I entered my room l immediately hunt- ed for my "Memories". I found that all the incidents I had seen in the inovie that night were in my annual along with many more minor events Page N inoty:-five illirntnriw 1923 -l 5. O 1 S I J a .3 -lf 5 6 I S ll io II Pan weather Zllnrrrast Devon Phillips and Gladys Nulf-unsettled, probably colder. Harold Daniels and Ruth l-loetzer-fair and warmer. Ferd lflrudtinneller and Herniece Butler-110 in the sun, probably rain. Melville Blaising and Elizabeth Mills-unchanged. Harriet Lake and her Yergil-very hot at lozio. but cooler towards even- ing. Stanley Putman and Miss Trombone-very windy but clear. XK'alter Schnitker and Miss Traps-thunderstorms. Martin Sheehan and Katie NYeilbaker-sunny all day. lfrnest Hysei' and Lucile Young-40 below zero. icy. illunliliar Svagiiiga "Did the bell go F"-A freshman. "Got yer Latin?" "That will be :ill for today '." -Mr. l-leine in commercial class. I During luncheon hour-"Has Miss Tonkel gone?" 1 Miss XYer1nuth-"Please desist." The Seniors-"l.et's wezir czips and gowns." . Miss Uberlin-"Report to Mr. DeLong after school: you are tardyf' . lirn Hyser-"l'll take debate and go fishing." . Miss 'llonkel-"l7ix'e per cent off for not volunteering." "May l borrow some theme paper?" Freshmen-"I lost my book." Ninuy-Six illlvmnmg 1923 1B.Haut Abu NVunted-Some anti-fat-Paul Schuckman. XYanted-Natural wave-Agnes Bell. XYantecl-Bolt of ribbon-Edrie Thomas. XX'anted-:X black rat in order that I might have ear puffs-Inez Hat- held. XX'anted-The assembly room made shorter so I xvouldn't need to take so many steps to get to the desk-Ernest XX'iese. XYanted-Fuller lips for a better picture-Lavilla Tillock. XYanted-Longer basket ball season-Blanche Kuyoth. NYanted-A servant-XYalter Schnitker. XYanted-To buy gasoline at wholesale-Stanley Putman. NYanted-A complete compact-Nellie Gable. Needed-Manicure scissors-Ruth Hoetzer. lYanted-Silencer-Hazel Yizard. lYanted-To have more fun during last period in afternoon-Raymond Young, Smith Thomas. XYanted XYanted XVanted XYanted Berkheiser. -A faster vehicle to bring me to school-Florence Schaaf. -Something to talk about-Berniece Morris. -Elevator in school-Mary Hutson. -A tonic to promote our growth-Frances Mourey, Harold VVanted-Someone to answer my letters-Nan Lantz. XVanted NYanted Yvanted XYanted -My picture to be published in the annual-Ruth Hoetzer. -A Cicero class next year-Miss Oberlin. -More jewelry to wear-Olive Grover. -To spend more years in High School-Martin Sheehan. Pan Ninety-seven .. hw. . . .. -vu - -'-g ' ..--U-' 31, , .1 , ,Q . r -1,--. -.mf Z"5'3gFf?x?5!x1"rr,.d"7'- A"-Qfyxz-.'X-,.. g:.Js3?':1ig-ix' -Tit.. 'e':e,:T-2,11-A - 1.-fi - gr. ff ...- 1-,-x,.-wwe.:---.-1. .-1 ,- vw, '1 14,13 rr-2:41, -, srlrwtrir. 1 -. -- , N-.--.-I - ,.,. .. ,- .-,y-,H , . ., Rkr N . - L5 fr '-K 34 Q- e.c.sei511pe+1.f?f . 1 ,--fFT'Ed. w1v:ea:...v-If-rn. '- '.x2:"- Tk 3- 1" .-1: . - K mc., , ..,,,, . ,,,-.. Q. Page Six BOARD OF EDUCATION D. O. McComb, Superintendent of Allen County Schools C-. E. C. Schaper, Trustee of Adams Township, IQI5-IQ23 Fred Pranger, Trustee of Adams Township, IQ231- illllrmnrivn 1923 For Sale-My picture proofs that I had taken at Van De Grifts-Miss Tonkel. XYanted-A seat in the rear of the room so I u'ouldn't need to turn my head to see who is present-Lucile l-lieman. Wanted- XVanted- XVanted XYanted- XYanted XYanted- .-Xn ethics class-juniors. A new car-Kenneth Sweeney. .-X speedster-Gertrude Lare. Some jazz music-Noel Smith. Speed-Martin Meyer. An easy way to make money-The Juniors. XYanted Someone, who is capable of studying, to do my studying- Douglas Blaisiug. XYanted-Something to make my hair grow-Ernest Hyser. XX'anted-High school barber free of charge-The boys. XYanted-Someone to help the girls with their boots-The girls. XX'anted-Spending money for Purdue next year-Noel Smith. XX'anted A class of bright freshmen next year-The teachers. XYanted-More attention given to basket ball-Members of Associa- tion. XYauted-.Xu easier way to publish an annual-Carrie Goeglein. Wanted An alarm clock with an extra good alarm-Jessie Sheehan. XYanted XYanted -.-Xn electric curling iron-Lucile Young. -To graduate without wearing "caps and gowns"-Nan l,antz, Germania Gerardot. XvZllltt'd-Alf' hair "died"-Zelda Richhart. For Rent or Sale-All my "smiles" and "frou'ns"-Miss Tonkel. XYanted-A smile from Elizabeth Mills-Raymond Young. XYauted-:X chaulfer-Miss XYermuth. Pnge Ninety-eight Blllvmnriez 1923 31151 Flint H1111 Tongue Twisters Sister Sheehan saw seven snappy Stniors strolling southward Sunday. Brother Bzaising burnt Bobbie Burns' beautiful brown bloomers. Bobbie Burns brought Bonnie Ber- niece Butler beautiful blooming but- tercups. Master Martin Meyer making many mistakes marched merrily many mil- lion miles moving monkey's muscles. Pete Putman proved Pud pronounc- ed perfect participle pretty poorly. Graceful Germania Gerardot got gout gulping greasy greens. Royal Ralph Richards rolled round rocks round Richhart's rather rugged rabbit ranch. Table Etiquette Carefully tuck your napkin in your collar or you may ruin your vest. Always leave your spoon in your cup while you are drinking: if you take it out someone may swipe it. Never take a second helping: the family may nt-cd it n -xt day. Xeycr pick your teeth at the table- go to your dentist where there is a larger assortment. .-Xlways eat your soup from the in- side of your spoon-there isn't much on the outside. Biscuits should be opened with the lingers if the hostess has failed to piace an axe on the table. Do not drop your saucer on tl1e Hoor. If you feel you must break something, try cracking a joke. Do not use your napkin to drive the flies away from the jam-your hostess may be keeping the insects as pets. Foolish Questions Xkhy do you laugh up your sleeve? Because that is where your funny bone is. XYhat instance is there of a falling out between the fruits in the Garden of Eden? XN'hen the lirst apple caused a lot of trouble for the lirst pair. .-X cat has nine lives but a frog croaks every day. XYhat is it that is spuare and when put into a round receptacle will com- pletely Fill it? .-X square meal in the stomach. In Physical Geography Klr. Heine: "XYhat is a jungle?" llerniece Chausse gsmiling knowing- lyl. Mr. Heine: ".Xlright.vBerniece." Berniece: "Jungle was the wife of jupiter." Roy Heath qwaying his hand frant- icallyl. Page Ninety-nine illivmnrira 1523 Mr. Heine: "Roy, you tell us." Roy: "A jungle is an elephant." Lester Mills was always accustomed to being at the foot of the class. His father hearing this asked him why he was always at the foot. Lester said: "There's nothing wrong in that. both ends are taught the same." Miss XN'ermuth: "Robert, what kind of a point do we put after a declarative sentence ?" Robert Lunz:".-X decoration point." Mr. Heine told his agriculture stu- dents to feed their chickens a mixture of sawdust and cornmeal to see what happent d. Gaylord Lake. a freshie. who misunderstood the diet. fed them just sawdust. A few weeks later he crime to school and told Mr. Heine that he tried that sawtlsst diet and set a hen. The eggs hached out three chickens wih wooden legs and another was a woodpecker. it-ni-.r in Grammar Class: "lf 1 said lam beautiful. what tense would it ly- -1 Bliss Hberlin: "Past, .X man had r deg he named Yance. l'e took him to doctors in France. .Xml quickly they slung Xrays on the lungs 'l'o locate the seat of his pants. Pam' Um- Hnmlred Miss Oberlin calling the roll in grammar class: "Now, if you are not here. please answer absent." Pud-'fDoes your fiancee know much about automobiles ?" Pete-"Heavens, no, she asked me if I cooled my car by stripping the gears." Miss Tonkel called upon Stanley Putman to name three kinds of poetry. stanley. getting this confused with his agficu1t.u'e: "'lhree kinds of poultry are roosters. chickens and hens." Mazy had a little lamb .Xz.d when she saw it sicken, She took it to the canner. And now it's labeled chicken. Good Idea Butch to his Dad: "Dad, can you sign your name with your eyes shntf ' his Dad: Nilertainly. my son." Butch: "XYell. then. shut your eyes and .sign my report card." Wit and Humor Mr. jones had recently become the f:..her of twins. The minister congrat- ulated him-"jones, I heard that the I ond has smiled on you." Smiled on us." said jones, "He laughed out loud." Paul S.: "Uncle, couldn't a fellow have a fine feed if he was as hungry vmnrira 1923 as l and as roomy as you ?" "l-low do you feel?" said the phy- sician who had been called to attend the seamstress. "O sew, sew, but I seam worse to- day and have a stitch in my back." The doctor hemmed and told her she would mend soon. Miss Oberlin, in Grammar Class, called upon Noel Smith to name the personal pronouns. Noel began by naming who, which, what, etc. Miss Oberlin, handing him this little poem. said, "If you'll say this little poem, I'm sure you'll have no trouble in remem- bering them." It was as follows: I had a little tea party, This afternoon at three, Three guests were all that were present, just I. myself and me. Myself :ite all the sandwiches, XX hile l dfank up the tea, l also ate the cake And passed it on to me. V. hat Some Of The Students Think Xt hen ice cream grows on macaroni trees, W hen Sahara's sands are muddy, When cats and dogs wear B. V. D.s, That's the time I like to study. I-lubby out to have some fun, Meets some old friends.-Chapter I. Starts for homey is feeling blueg Cant find keyhole.-Chapter II. Mutters somethingg drops the key. X'-.ifie wakes up.-Chapter Ill. XX iiie comes down, opens door. Sco.ds some, then cries.-Chapter IV. Tells her was up with sick friend, Another chapter? 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INDIANA EI Architect and Engineer for the New Haven High School III The Wonderful Automatic Electric Washer T A A For a small clown payment you can save a lot of Time, Labor, H il l Worry and Expense each wash- gg g day, for this COPPER TUB, - WZ' ALUMINUM LID, AUTOMA- ' 7 il TIC 'WASHER makes it un- x 'A li.il5.Eifg,,, necessary to send the wash to a l ll: ll,i' laundry or to hire it done. lt ,X 4 will enable you to do it at home at where you can give it your per- T ' sonal attention, and lcnow that A every garment will be thorough- ? "-T-T A lv clean and sanitary. 'ii To test the durability of the AUTOMATIC Copper Tub Washer, one of them was operat- ed fully loaded, night and day, for over 4,700 hours without a single part breaking, with hardly any perceptible wear. Do you know that on the basis of 3 hours running time per washing the above test was the equivalent of more than 30 years family use? QQD ...-. pq P. 3. Arnold . inc. Plumbing - Heating - Electric Wiring 213 East Main Street Fort Wayne, Indiana "If It's News It's In the Newsw The above is more than a slogan-It is a pledge to the nearly 40,000 homes whif h each evening receive and read the Numa-Sentinel Fort Wayne is Newspaper 5 Sanr- 5 N. ff- '- U s . ,Q I . . ,Q G 2 479 YL JJ M h va Q-. '9' --J' Ni.-rs' lr. KN S-4 1:- x kg' 13- :GX CAT fi. Y Qu 'V ' --N. 1- -F ' T .34 4:-M '. .t 5?-ff .1'K. Commercial Tire Corporation A' 'uccessors o Wayne iire Sz Silpply Co. Dayton, Republic and Lancaster Cords INTELLIGENT TIRE SERVICE 211 W. Main Street Phone Main 3797 DR. G. A. SMITH Physician and Surgeon Office Over New Haven State Bank New Haven :: :: Indiana DR. P. E. MILLER DENTIST NEXV HAVEN INDIANA If you want to meet ymu' olll friends amd Scllool-males stop at BL A ISI NG'S BQSt21ll1'311t 59 1 ' , , D' , I Clucken lager Supper Every Sunday Hoxxxe Bake-fl Pies a Specialty Pup. In-c Urn-nm. Candy and Ciiurzl 0 New finven : : Indiana Tires! A complete line uf Fisk tires bought :xt Low Price. I am giving the user the bcnc- lit of the Low Price as lung :ms the supply lusts. Vulcanizing and Battery repair- ing. TIRE 8: BATTERY WORKS R. C. McFadden LR M INESEL Shipper of Hay. Grain, Straw Dealer in Coal. Stone. Twine. Blill Feeds Bale Ties, Stock Food, Salt, Sc. ED. HARPER X SUN NEYV HAVEN -:- INDIANA PHONE 152 Funeral Di1'QGtO1'S QI II l DICNII ll D F111 1111 N'1 bl ll RX ISIUN After High School, What? Why Not choose business or finance? Your High School education is a splendid foundation. Add to it specialized business training, and you are assured of a permanent business structure. If you are a I-ligh School Commercial Graduate. the Post Graduate Course offered by the INTERNA- TIONAL will quickly qualify you for a good paying position. Three other courses are offered exclu-sg Q High School Graduates. A postcard or a letter will bring you full information without obligation. Xvrite TODAY! The INTERNATIONAL Collede 120 College Bldg. Port Wayne, lid. IMPORTANT: - Business and financial institutions prefer INTER NATIONAL graduates. H Theres a reason." BUY A t Studebaker .43 MOTOR CAR NORTHERN INDIANA MOTOR CAR CO. FORT WAYNE, INDIANA W. A. SHEETS General Contractor 344-5 UTILITY BUILDING FORT WAYNE : : INDIANA B. DowL1NG Hardware New Perfection Oil Cook Stoves a Specialty llllllllllllll NEWV HAVEN. IND, F. C. Parham 81 Son U Auburn Tires and Tubes Used Automobiles lj 617-I9 Barr Street Fort Wayne : : : Indiana BOLYARD'S MARKET A store with the reputation of selling Good Meats-strictly a elean and modern. market. I3 71 N v Q W 0.0 Q.. ,1 I GROCERIES Fresh Vegetables in Season. o Q.. NEYV HAVEN I N D I A N A The D. H. Goble Printing Co. TRUSTEES Office and School SUPPLIES ET Greenfleld : : Indiana Complete Selections of , YV01118I'l,S and Nlisses' Apparel "Maximum of Values ata Minimum of Price" ---The Policy of This Store. giggsn ii ' xy' A Business University Exclusive to High School Graduates or Those of Equivalent Education If you are interested in preparing for ll high-grzule position in business do not fail to get information regarding unique and original plans of this school. More than usual results guar- F 7 zinteetl. Fine instructors-highest type ' si stuflent hody-:ithletics-social activ- ities. Tuition no more than others of- fering less. XYrite ANTHONY WVAYNE I N STITUTE HBR? l"1ill?li I Q Q Y Y Yu - irr- S The House of GlI0ffiEflfS Fine Groceries and Extra Fine Meats. Fruits and Vegetables of all Kinds. Agents for Enterprise and Star Brand Flour-the Best on the Market. Special Attention Given to Telephone Orders. TR Y ME Tclvplmnv Xu. IS Felix A. Blaising The Orz'gz'mzI . - DRI Iiqgrsrllhlflsg SI EYEF01-,,,f1-11, QfFu1'! umylif Now Locafed in iX-l'll' Ilfzzwn NEWNHAVEN STATE BANK BLDG v---1 ALL WORK GUARANTEED Prices Right fur Best qfSerricc F E U 1 . 5 I S A 6 They ull come to G1 W ENZLERE L11 Corner Barr :ml XYLITII1' for their Drug Store Neemls WE ARE ON' THE Nlfllllikfl' Schnelker Coal 8: Supply Co. COAL AND BUILDERS SUPPLIES OUR SLOGAN--"B zzz' Id zzvz ' th Brick for Pervizanenceq Your pat nage will be appreciated. NEW HAVEN PHONE 51 New Haven -Thurman Thifsly Th YSW Equity 3 1 O 1 9 0 4 for UW Bottles of C6611 Scheele's Delicious Bottled Feeds Beverages were consumed in New Grain Haven in 1922. Cement Farm Imlglements Chero Cola Bottling Co. an WM. SCHEELE 8: SONS General Farm Merchandise. FORT WAYNE INDIANA WO OLEVER, GROCERY AND MARKET Wishes the New Haven High Graduates SUCCESS on Life's Journey. And incident- ly remind you that Our Groceries are also Standard and Our Meats are Fresh Killedg Refrigerated with the MOST COMPLETE Mechanical Ammonia Ice Machine Installed. O-O-O-O-O-OO-O-OO-O-O Don't Forget We Handle Men's Furnishings DLI-EVER ON THE SQUARE PHONE 55 vi . A r--- - - mpmnriw 1923 or J Q E112 E-'Huff CARRIE GoEoLElN'i - - A - Editor-in-chief HARRIET LAKE, Assistant Editor-in-Chief RUB Y oRERL1N'1, Faculty Advisor ALBERT HEIIIIE I Faculty Advisor NOEL SMITH n-1 - - - Business Manager MARTIN SHEEI-IAN - X- Assistant Business Manager FERDINAND B-RADTMUELLER ' - Advertising Manager CARL CABLE 45 - - Circulation Manager iliitrrzlrg , IRVIN BELL 'QIARRIET LAKE ROY HEATH I BERNIECE CHAUSSE Atlglrtirs ,IESSIE SHEEI-IAN - CLAUDE NULL Surirtg ' EDRIE THOMAS - . 'LUCILE YOUNG Elukm ZELDA RICI-II-IART x - ' - STANLEY PUTMAN Qlartnnnist LAMAR GIRARDOT iliusir ' GERM.-XNIA GERARDOT - - HAROLD DANIELS Glass iilepnrtrrs . NAN LANTZ E - - Senior LAVILLA TILLOCK junior KATIE WEILBAKER f Sophomore ELIZABETH MILLS Freshmen age Eight Use P E R RY' 1'--'----MSIZZLERm--'--'---'f BASE BALL BATS O0 ARL? H10 300122. hitters. Ilmu' knoll' O0 SP E R R Y MFG. CO. NEW' HAVEN INDIANA 1---Ask Your Grocer Forl EEE LITTLE ELF Canned Foods QORKANDBEANS USC BURSl.EY'S HIGH GRADE COFFEE Q ng? 0299 G. E. BURSLEY af co. f.,, . brw:I FORT WAYNE. INDIANA , . llucztru' J. C. Cowan Plz,us1'cz'rz11 and Szzrgmn Nvw Haven -:- llulizmn EYEGLASSES SPECTACLES MADE OF FIRST QUALITY CLEAR VISION LENSES NOT ONLY MADE RIGHT BUT GUARANTEED TO BE RIGHT FORMERLV IN CHARGE OF WOLF B: DESSAUER OPTICAL DEPT. NOW LOCATED AT 10305 CALHOUN - ABOVE JEFFERSON THEATRE ASK ANY ONE OF THE THOUSANDS WEARING MY GLASSES DIQLKOI OPTOHETRIST , HIROPRACTOR N50 CALHOUI JUTYISOITHIATRIUN Ol., Q9 I' f? fff uf 6 JIUN HW HWiien a man does small jobs well, I know that he can be trusted with big ones," said a famous financier. In "fHPmnriv5" we have done a big job in the way we bettered the little things in printing. Yet we can con- vince you further with your trial order. -.,f 4' Q9 PFEINTUNG CDMPANY NEW HAVEN. INDIANA Vo. 1 ESTIMATES CHEERFULLY GIVEN RL PREER Plumbing and Heating CONTRACTGR The same careful attention given to Small Jobs as on the Big Ones. All kinds of plumbing work done. HEATING PLANTS Sold and Installed. New Haven Indiana Peoples State Bank New Haven, Indiana I lll lll lll lll lll lll lll III lll lil lll lil lll lll lll lil lil I The Four Essentials to Credit HE FOUR ESSENTIALS for the establishing of credit con- sist of CHARACTER. CAPACITY, CAPITAL and COL- LATERAL. The first. CHARACTER. is necessary before any of the other three can he accomplished. A savings ac- count with a determination to save a little each pay day is the foundation of character. You will find the man with real initiative. the man with the determination to save is al- ways a good provider and of good character and habits. VVith CHARACTER built you will iind capacity established, cap- ital acquired, with its records in your bank book and with such capital you have the capacity to purchase collateral. This bank with its efficient force, its courteous treatment to its customers. offers you the advantages of the establishing of credit. Save a little each pay day and you will be amazed at the growth of your savings. I lll lll Ill lll lllllll lll IIl.lIlllll lll lll lll lll lll lll lll I HEADQUARTERS Wall Maps, Outline Maps and Globes-Teacher's Daily Class Registers-Grade and High School Registers-Report Cards, Colored and White Dustless Crayons--Standard U. S. Flags and Steel Flag Poles-junior and Chicago Pencil Sharpen- ers-Sanford's Writing Fluid-Composition and Practice Paper-Library Paste, Dictionaries-The Hart Improved Dictionary Stand-Paper Towels-Acme Flexible Door Mats -Waste Paper Basketks and Dustpns-Floor Brushes, Floor Oil and Oilers-Hyloplate Blackboard and Blackboard Slat- ing-Thermometers-Fire Extinguishers-Window Shades and Drinking Fountains-The Fun Ful Playground Equip- ment-A Full Line of School Furniture. E . F. CLAUSMEIER 222 East Columbia Street FORT WAYNE - INDIANA Purvis Drug Store NEW HAVEN, INDIANA B DRUGS KODAKS CIGARS CANDIES WALL PAPER TOILET ARTICLES F Th H t Days 1 Our Soda F 1 h .4 l 44:11-4.'!'...n ' nl' j.?.x'F F .. , , Q ""O'fi rv. . "u 5, -Q- i A . .. E I' K' . .I 'X-x. ,, r ' I' VI TW "4 F' ,. .. ' - 1' 1 E, v-1, I ll ' L 4 'A I J ' c U Y , ij-'fill U 1 I ' I P114 at I I ,I fl! J 4 6 I F , I 1 .L 'w ' f ' I "' s"I'x ' -v. , 1 , 1 -'c f J an !,' I 143. 'J'l'Il 4: I. 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The Seniors of '23 have endeavored to put thisiiin practice, and succeeded to such an extent that they have added various new accomplishments to their credit. In their Junior year they entertained the Juniors from all the high schools of Allen County and, also, later gave a street fair. In their Senior year they began the publishing of a monthly paper, the Hi-Lite, and also are sponsers for the present annual, "Memories", They have given their best efforts to put the Basket Ball Teams on a strong basis, and have backed any movement for the good of the school. Now their work is almost completed and they are about to leave these portals of learning. But they leave behind one distinct plea: "May this annual, these teams, and above all this paper be continued next year and the latter be increased to a bi-monthly publication." At Ihr Glruss Zlinuhs Here at the crossroads the Seniors are standing viewing the years gone and those to come. The former are gay, swift and so pleasingg the lat- ter stern, gloomy and long. Each one must choose his own pathway. though it be thorny and rough. The pathway to the right is narrow, severe and not bright, but it points to a College and Success. The one to the left is smooth and wide, but it leads only to a quick, easy job. Onward is their aim. Yet the appearance of the paths causes delay, causes deep meditation on their part. But what are thoughts but the mere act of conversing with oneself: n pure revelation: determining to dog planning one's futurity, which, indeed, is life itself? XVhat is more hidden, more noble than that grim determina- tion and those deep thoughts which go to make up SUCCESS? 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'JV JI' . 1 ' ' ' xlxhiyg ..x...,x N-Hg vi., , , , I -u - ., .U .r. 1 ...l., , X , I 4 1 .Aw ., ,J ,' . -, .'.-. -1,,,f,:gz,! . .:. .,s. mvmnrira 1923 y M emerge from the protection of their alma mater, so dear, and step out into the world-the entangling, unperceivable, mysterious life of "earning a liv- ing". ' "VVhere do we go from here?" is the uppermost question in every Senior's mind. Onward ever onward. ,Finally, they boldly advance to the right, timidly place their uncertain feet on the path, as if in test, and cour- ageously proceed, for they know that work and hardships are the founda- tion of success. Alas, there are a few who must tarry, who must return, however great their desire and ability to go on. Guardians, remember, your sons and daughters must meet a different condition of living. Their sur- roundings are much diiferent than yours were at your age. Let them pro- ceed. An Apprrriutinn Much should be said in regard to the wonderful patronage of this an- nual, but we find it exceedingly difficult to choose words which convey the deep gratitude felt toward our patrons. We have undertaken to say in a very simple way that we sincerely appreciate the great cooperation displayed by the community and school. We also heartily thank all advertisers and persons who have so kindly aided and directed us both editorially and tinan- ciallv. f-Q L. Page Ten -a I l Uhr 09lh High Srhuui EiuilhP A. B. was Eh? Nrm Qiigh Qfhnnl Zliuiihiug is in the process of constructifm, and will be ready for occupancy this fall. -fl-iffxll 4' f ff' WN I 1 J Pgl-Il xmi -X I .J 2lHvmnriPn 1923 Svrhnnl Qiatnrg In the year 1911 the New Haven High School was established, and be- gan with an enrollment of about forty or fifty students: Mr. B. H. Smith and Miss Irma Shordon superintended the work and in 1913 the first graduating class had completed their work. Those who received the first diplomas from N. H. H. Sjwere Thomas Harlor, Es- ther Brudi, Inez and Hazel Gorrell. Before the second year's class grad- uated the High School was commis- sioned. Mr. B. H. Smith, Miss Flor- ence Heit and Mrs. Bess QDeVilbissj Dunten were the faculty. It was dur- ing this year that base ball and basket ball were first started. The teams did excellent work, says Mr. A. VV. Heine twe wonder whyl. The basket ball champions were A. XY. Heine. Ray Hutson. .loe Lantz, Morton Hatha- way, Roscoe Grover and Bert Guinn This year also marked the beginning of a debating club. Each year the number of students increased and the need of more teach- ers was seen. They already had three a11d the next year another was added to the list-Miss Hostettler. The 1915 class was desirous of publishing an Annual, but failing to begin their work soon enough it could not be accom- plished, so it remained for the class of '16 to carry this out. They were suc- cessful and published the "Ultimat- um. - :Pune Twelve Mr. Smith remained at N. H. H. S. until 'I7. Then T. Blackman became superintendent. Miss Heit and Miss DeVilbiss still remained. - As years rolled on a greater number of pupils entered school and conditions became so crowded ,that a new high school was demanded. There was an addition built to the school in 1911 to at that meet the crowded condition time, but who could doubt the need of a new building when fifty-eight 1585 Freshies entered school last tall fI922l? At present we have an enroll- ment of one hundred and ten QIIOJ. Gur faculty number seven: J. T. De- Long. Superintendent, Ruby Oberlin, Principal, Rosza Tonkel, English, Do- mestic Science and Public Speaking- Thekla XYern1uth, History and Eng- lish, A. VY. Heine, Science, Evelyn VValter, Music. and B. F. Clem, Man- ual Training. The course offered in N. H. H. S. has been made more extensive each year and now it includes Latin, Eng- lish, Mathematics, History, Science, Music, Art, Domestic Science, Man- ual Training and three subjects- grammar, public speaking and agricul- ture--which were added this year. The Senior class of '23 which num- bers eighteen LISJ, is the largest to re- ceive diplomas from N. H. H. S. The members are Harriet Lake, President, 'Carrie Goeglein, Secretary, Carl Ga- illlrmnrirn 1923 li- ble, Treasurer, Harold Daniles, Jessie Sheehan, Lucile Young, Roy Heath, Berniece Chausse, Zelda Richhart, Martin Sheehan, Ferd Bradtmueller, Gertrude Lare, Edrie Thomas, Ger- mania Gerardct, Stanley Putman, Ir- vin Bell, Noel Smith and Nan Lantz. ALUMNI OF N. H. H. S. 1913 Thomas Harlor, Chicago, Ill. Inez CGorrellj Grubb, Ft. NVayne. Esther QBrudij Elson, New Haven. Hazel Gorrell, Fort NVayne, Ind. 1914 NN ordon Sturm, New Haven, Ind. Marion Todd, Manhattan, Kansas. Helen Gorrell, bookkeeper, Ft. VVayne Mabel QRobinetteJ Spreer, New Ha- - ven, Ind. Gladys QLantzj Rossolet, Ft. VVayne. Francelia QBandelierj Henry, Fort VVayne, Ind. Erah QBruickj Dannenfelser, deceased. Ruth QLantzJ Moss, Boyne Falls, Michigan. 7 1915 Lucy fBellJ Lupke, Fort Wayne, Ind. Aileen Ashley, bookkeeper, Ft. Wayne Ray Hutson, student, Ada College. Albert Heine, High School teacher, New Haven, Ind. Erma Daniels, bookkeeper, New Ha- ven. Ind. Emma Heine, bookkeeper, New Ha- ven. Ind. ' Pearl Behrman, teacher, Ft. N Willis Miller, mail carrier, Ft. VVay Ethel fBandelierj Welbaum, Fort Wayne, Ind. 1916 Irma CSchnitkerj Hutson, bookkeeper Edison Lamps, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Mildred Bowman, Payne, ohio. ' Homer Richhart, mail carrier, Fort NVayne, Ind. Morton Hathaway, proprietor Vulcan- izing Shop, Fort Wayne, Ind. Elizabeth Powell, deceased. joe Lantz, expressman, Chicago, Ill. Dean Frock, telegraph operator, Ed- gerton, Ind. Rosco Miller, Pennsy. Shop, Fort NVayne, Ind. Lester Heine, bus driver, New Haven. Rosco Grover, farmer, Canada. 1917 Hazel Richhart, at home, New Haven. Vtfilma Daniels, bookkeeper at Penn. Shops, Fort Wayne, Ind. Ethel tBolyardj Bandelier, New Ha- ven, Ind. Virginia Jackson, bookkeeper, Fort Wayne, Ind. Mae Heine, registered nurse, Fort Wayne, Ind. 9 Leslie Riehle, Detroit, Mich. Abbey McClure, teacher, Arcola, Ind. 1918 Effie Lucas, music teacher, New Ha- ven. Ind. Mildred fHarrisj Linden, New Ha- ven, Ind. ,- .PageThirt.een l 3 --,,..-L...H.. In Memnrirn 1523 ialph Lenhart, student, Angola Col- lege. . . Miranda fGroverj Ross, Canada. Hugh Miller, at home. dolph Bradtmueller, knitter, Fort Wayne, Ind. If Erma-'Rosef bo0kkeeper,fNew Haven. ffgiatiys Bandelier, teacher, New Haven Cornelius Hellwarth, California. Elwin Bandelier, farmer, New Haven. 1 1919 . Elsie Bannister, Greenville, Ohio. Harry Birkhold, New Haven, Ind. Edna Poirson, bookkeeper, Ft. NVayne Mabel fHazeletj Springer, Ft. VVayne Francelia Grover, student, Muncie. Russell Poirson, apprentice, G. E. Ft. NVayne, Ind. Everett Frock, teacher, Yoder, Ind. Maude Evard, bookkeeper, New Ha- ven, Ind. Mabel Evard, bookkeeper, Ft. Wayne. Bessie Chaussee, bookkeeper, G. E. Fort Wayne, Ind. Byron Smith, student, Hillsdale Col- lege. 1920 Herman VVielman, at home, New Ha- ven, Ind. Hilda Barrow, bookkeeper, Fort XVayne, Ind. Page Fourtieax f,gfffexfl Harry Chausse,QBowsers, Fort Wayne. Kenneth,Mills, Columbus, Ohio. Gladys Nail, teacher, Ft. Wayne, Ind. Velma Wolf. Irvin Bandelier, farmer, New Haven. 1921 Ida Spencer, teacher, New Haven. Naomi Lantz, teacher, Fort Wayne. Marie Weilbakeir, teacher, Ft. Wayne. Velma. Bandelier, student, I. B. C. Fort VVayne. Agnes Schnellcer, teacher, Ft. NVayne. 7 Dorothy Darroch, teacher, New Ha- ven, Ind. 1922 Robert Thomas, student, Ohio State. Werner Young, student, Purdue. Fred'Wissma11, student, Indiana. Arthur Meyer, at home, New Haven. Marion Lake, student, Adrian College. Bryant Arnold, at horne, New Haven. Elva Zehr, cashier Steele Meyers, Ft. 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Ll'-25-if-: .-:-b'g3T'if-' .ev 5' 'wg-.+.' :ary ' f 4- v-. Q.. - - t. I 5 1.5 ,N ' .3 'nz' . I 3 . -'e ' ' N. " -f' WJ,.- i'1 i A - ff ' 13- X - ' r 7-31 N . ' . ' ' , 3 -em, 'I if.. 1:3-' 4-gr 1 . ., ' Y ' - '54 -5. .lf g. . - "5 1 "Q .1 -- ' 9-51 "'-' fi vgife: ' . 5- wif- - -,:. .Fig . . l 'Ft 3 Jglt ia. 1 4 . ,42 9-1 ,- - V 1 pu" Q-as I. Q ,K ' - P.-fc ' . - Y If fr ' :F . . tl gee 1 F, ,at--.W ,sg Q1 . K 1 ZH ' f T l f ' 1 L 2 0 l Page Sixteen IRYIN BELL "Red" "Memories" Staff "The better part of valor is discre- tion." B-ERNIECE M. CHAUSSE Dramatic Editor of "Memories" "Let us bear the ills we now have, Than to Hy to others we know not of." FERDINAND BRADTMUELLER "Ferd" Basket Ball Team, 1919-19.23. Base Ball Team, 1919-1923. Debating Team, 1922-1923. Advertising Manager for l-li-Lite and Memories. "Eventually, why not now?" CZILRMAXIA V. GERARDOT Subscription Manager for Hi-Lite "A live xvire never gets stepped up- on." HAROLD A. DANIELS "Pud" Basket Ball, 1919-1923. Base Ball, 19.20-19.23. Orchestra. "He is great who confers the most benefits." CARRIE CEOGLEIN "Speed" i Secretary, 193.2-'13 I I . . . . . . . K I lf.clitor-in-cluel of H1-Lite and Memories I I I Basket llzlll 'llezun, IQI1-7-l9.23 Orchestra "L'neasy lies the head that wezlrs the crown." CARL D. G.-XRLE "Gabriel" 'I'rensurer, IQ.3.2-'33 Circulation Manager of l-li-Lite and Memories Debating Team. l1J.2.Z-'23 "lf you wzmt n thing to he well done you must rlo it yourself. you must not leave it to others." HARRIET I. LAKE "Shorty" President. 19.22-'13 - Basket Ball Team. lljll-'25 "There is allways room :xt the top." ROY XY. l'lE.eX'I'll "Happy" Basket Hall. l4j.?2-'JS Historian for Memories N "Une mzix' smile and smile und he a rillinuf XXX F. l..-XXTZ "Xancy" President. 19:0-'11 Xews editor of Hi-Lit: l "One must lend to he 21 leader." 'nv f, ,c.-. fi . Y Page Sev me-en -11-1T-gi.. if X139 1, --Q-7 - 4 14' Y ,393 jg ' .1-as -L: '-ann' 1 ' -.-L.: . uf:- ' ' 4:1 J, 1 Yak!-A 'f' ,. ing' .1- -f,s 'c ,- I ' -,H Page Eighteen ST.-XNLEY R. PUTM.-NN "Pete" Captain Fiasket Hall Team 1922- 1933 Captain Base Ball Team, 192.2-'33 Orchestra "Eat, drink and be merry." 1i2I2RTRL7Dli 1. LARE "Genie" Secretary junior Class, 1921-'23 "It is time to be old to take in sail and drift carefree." MARTIN Sl-IEEH.-KN "Mart" .-Xssistant Business Manager uf Memories Debating 'l'eam, 1923-'33 "Some are born great: some achieve greatness. and some have greatness thrust upon them." ZELD.-X J. RICI-IHART "Zel" Captain Girls' Basket Ball Team. 1919-'23 jokes editor of Hi-Lite and Mem- ories "Minh is life's entertainer." NOEL SMI'l'll "Indian" llusiness Manager for Hi- Memories Basket Ball, 1919-'35 Orchestra "Brex'ity is the soul of wit." ,lESSlE M. SHEEHAN "L'ssnp" Sports Editor of Hi-Lite and Memories Basket Hall Team, 1919-'23 Treasurer. 19:0-'.2.z Orchestra "Sunshine makes the whole world smile." l.L'Cll.li C. YOUNG "l.udy" Society Editor of Hi-Lite and Memories Basket Ball Team. 1919-'33 Orchestra "lf it were done when 'tis done. then 'twere well if it were rlone quick- ly... EDRIE THOMAS "Ed" Society Editor of Hi-Lite and Memories Secretary of Class. liyjllj-'JO "There are tongues in trees. books in running brooks, sermons in stones and good in everything." .r?" :4. - , . ra- 1 v L 'll - A.. m " 6 'Si " 5: 've W 'V is ,1 ' x ff.. W "4 ,Fe IL -I D' .11 . . l ' . if -' A l 1-Q' ' .if . . f Q P :izrf . ,fi . a "fy .e l iffrfi ' . 5 ,515 .ij 1" L E 4. . e 1 B ew I if .- Q- .a..Am. I E' 2 ' . ,A ' Lag? 113.1 Q P. v 5 -V. j Y i .-JL ,A lil' -gg-iz' in , uv riff- . -.1 .4- 5:5 5 . "s . . .1-if 1-ff :',e, ri. Page Nineteen ffllvmnrtea IH 3 Ill Uhr Haut g It was in the Fall of nineteen eigh- ' n, that twenty and some Freshmen s' :pped upon the threshold of New I-iaven High School. It is hard for us now, as Seniors, to think that such a short time ago, we were Freshies, and are now about to part, after meeting some from far and near, centralized in this high school. NVe shall never forget our early training, as it has put us a littlecloser to that great goal of life, for which each one is striving. Although the winters have drifted like flakes of snow, and the summers have flitted by. we feel as though we have done our part, and gained our share in the vast store of knowledge. XVe, as a class, have encountered many difficulties, but we faltered not a trilie. NVe were but the tender liower of a valley, not yet tanned by the test of time, but it was not long until we turned a place of embarrassment into a welcome home. It was hard for some of us to leave the sunshine and start to school in the beautiful fall, as the birds sang and na- ture beckoned to us, but we must sometimes sacrifice for the best. ,The Freshman year was somewhat harder than the following, as we were not yet accustomed to'the habits and nature of the school, but we were vic- toriously led over the top by our class Page Twenty president, Christopher Powell, who was aided by fellow officers and class- mates. During the year we had many part- ies and social gatherings, and thus, be- came acquainted. Our president was not able to finish his term on account of moving from the town, so we elect- ed Nan Lantz to finish the term. Our Sophomore year was started by electing Nan Lantz again as our faith- ful president. NVe held a number of parties, and had some very good times, although we must say it was accom- panied by a full share of study. VVhen talking about study, Caesar and all his army jump in front of us, and we wish someone would tell Miss Oberlin, our Latin teacher, that we never saw a pony. The next year we were happy ju' iors, spirited with the life of a pei- fumed Bower. We again started the year by electing Nan Lantgz as presi- dent, along with a full line of ofiicers. As usual we held a number of parties, but this year we were out to accom- plish greater things, and we sure. showed people how. In the early fall we held a Street Fair at the town hall, a long-planned- for event, andlipt was indeed pulled olif in good style. In mentioning this event, we must not forget to credit the teacher and faculty for ftheir great illlnmnrirrf is..- interest and help. It proved to be a great social event, the hall being beau- tifully decorated with class colors and autumnal scenery. With a helpful hand of money made by the Street Fair we planned a Junior party, to be held at the qown hall a short time later. Every Junior class of Allen County was invited to attend, and it must be said that it was one of the most successful achievements of the High School. It not only served as a social time, but it drew the schools closely together in a bond of friend- ship. Last, but certainly not least, we fin- ally became Seniors. VVe were the class that tried to lead the way for others, and to set good examples to establish a better school. There is nothing in the school that has ever come up toward which our class did not do it's share. In athletics we were most prominent, practically every member playing some par New Haven High School wa represented by Carl Gable, also ior, in the debating contest held in March in Fort VVayne. Along with our ranks, Gertrude Lare, really a Jun- ior, will with a little extra study, gr " uate. The last year has been specifically designated by a High School paper entitled "Hi-Lite", edited by our class, and supervised by Carrie Geoglein, the Editor in Chief. Although we have labor, we feel well put forth patient rewarded for our work. So much for the class of ,23, but may the river of time stream as.it blends in the ocean of years, and may our motto forever be remembered, "Be not of oppression and terror, but of XVisdom, of Peace, and of Liberty, upon which the world may gaze with admiration forever." be a wonderful Roy Heath '23. .1 l1 . Uhr illirturr It was tive o'clock of a bright morn- ing in early April. The air, laden with ioolness, dipping its clustering wings among the treetops, seemed sweeter than usual, while the silvery notes of. a bugle echoed cheerfully thruout the far reaching camp. A We were at last on a road to a de- ceiving boundary, marching steadily with the wild beat of drums, while within us our hearts thumped with a patriotism of evermore. Our eyes were set in the distaince, but we saw only black rolling clouds, chipping off that purple and blue sky in huge dips of gray. The first month of warfare with the Mexicans was light. It was not long Page Twenty-one , . vV"'r 7 u r , '9- 4 , .1 1 0 L, .EH JF, f V' H i , V 5 .A vb' I P 5' J J I ,I Q n , r ,Q fl, , M , v W '.f- ep 9 5 , 'I 1' n I 3 1 -- if-4 ' r M- '- 'Hs O O' V A . O M.. I - . 7 W. .L '.n 1 .Fixx , N ' I Lt . V 3 P mix.. . ,. 'ir ' 'I ' Ffh' mr-v " . x AIX, fs .I 5 , .M x",..,, in I 4-mi 'fr- ...munrirz 1923 before I became wounded. Day after day I lay seriously ill, while my mind traveled in feverish dreams. In many of these I saw happy sights, a few of which may be of interest to others. The night was mild, but I was rack- ed with pain, even to the very point of exhaustion. Suddenly my head drop- ped feebly down, and dreamland shad- owed over me. I saw far away across the ocean, a Russian wilderness, full of uprising people. Before those who were assembled in a body, was a tall young lady, a missionary, whom I take honor in naming Edrie Thomas. She talked deliberately to them, while be- side her sat Germania Gerardot, a help- er in the faithful cause, who would now and then foolishly wink at an Irish youngster. Then swift as an arrow my fevered brain brought me back home, to a gay and fair city, Indianapolis. Down one of its broad streets came a gold and silver trimmed car, operated by Lucile Young, the late wife of a New York millionaire. When she saw me she held a glass to her eye, drew up the left side of her nose, and spoke with a curt "how'dy-do". Looking over the city, I saw a large building. It was a shoe store. In front a sign read, "Geoglein and Company". In its employ was Stanley Putman, legal adviser and clerk. Far over the country I saw a thin spiral of smoke, which I recognized as Page Twenty-two coming from the city of Fort Wayne. At times I seemed to be riding in a Ford, and then again on a freight train, but nevertheless I reached the city. Going down Calhoun street, I was hailed by an officer, really a woman cop. I was about to be arrested Io. speeding, when she said, "D0n't you know me? I'm Nan Lantz. Look me over, kid! I'm from New Haven". Farther down the street I Finally halted beneath a sign which read, "Martin Sheehan, Lawyer and Min- ister". I always like a word with old friends, so I stepped in. He at once recognized me and gave me a cordial handshake. On his head sat a tall silk hat, while projecting out below it was a heavy crop of gray hair. I-Ie at the time was busy performing a marriage ceremony, so I was forced to leave. Gn the next street corner was a pea- nut and popcorn stand. Upon making a purchase, I found the owner to be Jessie Sheehan. I easily recognized her by her beautiful red hair. just across the corner from this es- tablishment was a shoe-shine parlor and news stand. In it Gertrude Lare was worknig. Wlienever she had no customers, she would step to the door and yell, "Right this way, ladies and gentlemen, two shines for a nickel." I had yet about an hour to spend in the city, so I determined to attend the jefferson theatre. Flashed upon the screen I read "Noel Smith, a member 1 rmnrieu 1523 of the Zip-Zap Orchestra, will present some rare talent on the saxophone." Quickly my mind switched to Wash- ington, D. C., the one place that holds and binds our union. My first place to visti was the athletic club house, where I saw Harold Daniels and jack Olicher engaged in their scheduled fight. I found the former to be the champion of the teeth climbing club. Leaving here I met Berniece Chaus- se who was selling shaving soap and other small articles to raise the neces- sary cash to go into the dry goods business. Regardless of all things, my mind traveled back to the old New Haven High School. As I viewed this, I saw Harriet Lake taking the place of Miss Oberlin, with practically the same habits, especially in taking down names of the naughty children. She was accompanied by Zelda Richhart, who made her appearance every mu- sic morning to give the students the time of music by the wave of her hand. I was about to leave New Haven, but as usual I stopped at the Drug store, where I found Irvin Bell, now the owner and impatient clerk of the store formerly owned by Harry Purvis. To see him work I knew he was an ::pc.ienced hand at mixing water and eating candy. Still at home enjoying a free life, I saw Carl Gable who specialized in chickens. Every morning he was with his dock until his short, sweet wife, as he called her, stepped to the door and gave a call for breakfast. After an interval I again dreamed that I saw Ferdinand Bradtmueller, a doctor, coming down the aisle to tend my wounds. Softfly he tried to put his hand on my forehead, but as usual he gave me a slap. I awoke. Ferd was not there, but was way back in the states. not a human doctor but the kind that looks after Fords. Had this all been a dream? No, it was a message delivered by some su- perior power. My wounds still ached, but my heart was soothed with that beloved dream, knowing that my com- rades and schoolmates were doing so well in a bountiful and illustrious fu- ture. Roy Heath '23. uma Ax, abs, Page Twenw-three illirmnrira Tag-Zi Uhr Svrniura If you've heard the news, I suppose you know That Harold dressed like Cicero. Carrie, our noble laborer from morn 'till night, Has helped our school see a new "Hi-Lite". Lucile is New Haven's star in Basket Ball, Her success we shall ever and ever recall. "Modesty wins my admiration," Said Harriet before graduation. Berniece, quiet, calm and ever sedate, In an honorable graduation will partake. Nan, with her wealth of bright hair, Plas chosen a course that is good and fair. To go home at night, Stanley hasn't far, But nevertheless he rides on the car. - Gertrude Lare is first here, then there, And sometimes a laughing smile she'll wear. NVe wonder what Irvin's life job will be, VVe're rather sure because of the Pharmacy. Pun Twenty-four .,f illllemnrira 1923 ll Although Ferd lost in the debate, He did well at any rate. Snappy and lively and good all the year, ls Zelda, even as bright as her hair. XVe must admit -lessie's very flashy, In basket ball a brave little lassie. VVe wonder if Germania, a good teacher she'll bei Be patient, kind friends, we shall soon see. "Sa:-:ophones are sure nice," I heard Noel say, Y'ou'd believe this statement if you'd hear him play. Carl is stately, we know, and modest, Yet he is withal witty at best. Martin is gifted with argumentation, VX'hich seems to further his imagination. Xltho Edrie's voice sings low, Her ambitions in oratory shall show. '1 High School work, Roy had much skill, And if you'd notice, had no time to kill. V . By Gladys Nulf. Page Twenty-Bn illllrmnriw 1923 Svvninr Gllaaa will VVe, the Seniors of New Haven Iligh School, of Allen County, State of Indiana, being the most extraordin- ary and studious class of this High School, do hereby make this our last will and testament. XYe will and bequeath to the Juniors our dignity, the honor of joining the "Ethics Class of '24", and the privilege and right to continue the publishing of the Hi-Lite and Annual. To the Sophornores our "pep", fe'- pecially when attending partiesj, punctuality, and our reputation of I " ing our lessons. To the Freshmen the right of keep- "steady company" with the Seniors, the privilege of using the laboratory for social and study purposes only. To the Faculty a new clock for As- sembly I, new and larger deportment books, red ink and cross looks. Personal Bequests I, Edrie Thomas. will and bequeath my talented voice and gestures to our prominent freshman, Inez Hatfield. I, Carrie Geoglein, will my Latin pony and my hard earned credits to Paul Schuckman. I, Harriet Lake, will my time to play to Douglas Blaising and Ernest Hyser. I, Zelda Richhart, will my short growth to Raymond Young. I. Berniece Chausse, will my talent to dance to Agnes Bell. I, Lucile Young, will by privilege of staying out late at nights to Robert Burns. I, Nan Lantz, will my ability to gig- gle to Martin Meyer. I, Jessie Sheehan, will my title as "Dough Mixer" to Leola Bandelier. I, Gertrude Lare, will my ability to graduate in three years to any one of the bright Freshmen. I, Germania Gerardot, ,will my sing- ing talent to Prof. Heine. Page 'hventy-six I, Noel Smith, will my old Saxo- phone to Mary Hutson, so I may get a new one to make my debut. I, Stanley Putman, will my variety of hats to anyone in need of one. I, Harold Daniels, will my pompa- dour to Douglas Blaising. I, Roy Heath, will my position as the manager of Bowsers' to Chester Rhodes. I, Irvin Bell, will my good nature and smiles to the serious members of the junior class. , I, Carl Gable, will the privilege of taking the girls riding at noon hour in the summer months to Melville Blais- ing. I, Martin Sheehan, will my private privileges and my ability to argue to Miss VVermutli. I, Ferd Bradtmueller, will my po tion as Business Manager on the 1923 Memories Staff to VVillard Lucas. Germania Gerardot '23. 1i. .. .ii-.1-11.-.-1... . W emnrira 1523 ll lguur Amhitinn at Em Nan Lantz-To be able to play every kind of music Zelda Richhart-To be a dress-maker. Lavilla Tillock-High School principal. Edrie Thomas-To be a millionaire's wife. Elizabeth Mills-Fancy dancer. Germania Gerardot-Dishwasher at some hotel. Olive Grover-Ambulance driver. Lester Mills-Preacher. al instrument. Noel Smith-To be an actor like Rudolph Valentino. 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"ul , Q ,f---ff -- -4 I I, I Page Twenty-eight The Junior Summarium .1.....l-. CLASS OFFICERS XVILLARD LUCAS - H - V President L.-XVILLA TILLOCK Vice President HAZEL VIZ.-XRD - Secretary BERNIECE MORRIS - Treasurer FACULTY ADVISOR Miss Rosza Tonkel llO'l"l'O "Any llirectiun, So Be It Forward" COLORS Blue :md XYhite l:LOXYl':R Pink Rose CLASS YELL One - Nine - Two - Four. XVe've done a lot-let's do more. XVe always work with all our might, Look out! Here Comes the Blue :md XX'l1ite. L . 2.5 .' .' ' 7. ,. X. ,f.': 4 .. "L-.'. Q' :LJ 4 . 2 , rg.. . ,Z ? lm- M 14,1 W5 . , f ' f 2 f ZW WW, 'ffl N f 4, 7 li' , 7 ' aj ggi! by f Z A I N EE-ig A L f QF , avggnnplri I NY E 1-D. . iii 7 JUN "'E!"1g1"- Lf . I A cf' f , W' J yi 5 Lglfxlq II illivninriw 1923 -1 Cfilaaz 0Dftirrr5 , .U 1' .-X --.1 ,- ., y,.,,,', X. Q, bi .3 . Qaf ,, S" A: 13 . .J 0. .1- Willsrdf mvm., ,mann main X -- A - Ffa '5fbf:ZFf:f'if' 1- g . -X ' g,wya'ssgameL'ffT,j -2g ,fi V .5 ' L,'f.:f5l'-1-'L H 1 A --:nl -, Av N .df I ,- ,A ii ,V 2 5 1. -i Iv --ig :I , ' Q5' h 1- "' A' : 'fin Auf, . ' ,M " fig! .E 1' ' . tv- M. ' . Bernlcce Mavvis f H211-fl Page Twenty-nine vV"'r 7 u r , '9- 4 , .1 1 0 L, .EH JF, f V' H i , V 5 .A vb' I P 5' J J I ,I Q n , r ,Q fl, , M , v W '.f- ep 9 5 , 'I 1' n I 3 1 -- if-4 ' r M- '- 'Hs O O' V A . O M.. I - . 7 W. .L '.n 1 .Fixx , N ' I Lt . V 3 P mix.. . ,. 'ir ' 'I ' Ffh' mr-v " . x AIX, fs .I 5 , .M x",..,, in I 4-mi 'fr- X Izumi Zuuiur QI .-. .1 .f .E 5 TJ N I m U : . v S .Z U fx Q .4 P ..4 Z if ..- Z LJ 'L E 11 Lf 1, lf 'L ,- f- P 11 fx P f .J 'L 7x ,.f W 4 :J 'C 'J JS :J ,- . ,- .1 Z T fN .-.-. V .4 f- .1 ia U T 1- .1 ,,-. .. .v Q w 5 : : y , .f V U C 2 11 P -N ,T V U P D x., P 1 -N ... - : 5 14 I gb IE E 3 :J 'S CJ 4. ,nh 5 ... :J LL 'U O Z 'C if :J 'U f- E A- 11 .- H TJ fvv v-1 ,.. 71 : ,E U : F ,- U ffl Z ... ..4 'ff I 6 L4 4-J L17 U v ,-1 U XV I ird r ,.. -, ' - l...- i.1. Hiemnrirn l.ra1.- A l' Gllzum Eiatnrg . By Lavilla Tillock NVe, the members of the Junior Class of 1923, can well remember the day when we first entered the N. H. H. S. as Freshies. VVith our books under our arms we gayly tripped to school, feeling very dignified and important. But this did not endure very long for when we saw our upper classmen we soon faded away into the background. Nevertheless we organized and elect- ed the following officers: Lavilla Til- lock, President, Willard Lucas, Vice President, Berniece Morris, Secretary, Lester Mills, Treasurer. After things had settled down we came up for air and found that we had an enrollment of twenty-nine, namely: Esther Bandelier, Leola Bandelier, Melville Blaising, Gertrude May, Wil- lard Lucas, Gertrude Lare, Berniece Morris, Gladys Nulf, Arnold Peters, Paul Schuckman, Kenneth Sturms, Velma Daily, Charlotte Van Tochine, Lavilla Tillock, Lester Mills, Olive Grover, Arneda VVinner, Hazel Jack- son, Mary Price, jessie Girardot, Pearl XVitwer, Adelia VVolfe, Muriel Thomp- son, John Arnold, Louis Schwink, Donald Manner, Louis Ladig, Erma Kain, Nelson Furthmiller. Before the end of the year we had lost seven members, leaving us with an enroll- ment of twenty-two. On Valentine Day we showed our school spirit by entertaining the High School and Fac- ulty. A number of class parties, all of which were successful, were given by different members. After our vacation we returned as Sophomores ready for work and fun. At our first class meeting we raised the following members to the exalted position of class officers: Willard Lu- cas. Presidenti Lavilla Tillock, Vice President, Gertrude Lare, Secretary: Gladys Nulf, Treasurer. The Sopho- more class had twenty-one members. During the year DeVon Phillips joined us but two of our number left. Un- daunted we battled through the year and came out victorious. When we came back to High School as -Iunoirs we were glad to see our old standbys and also a new member, Ha- zel Vizard, who has shown her class spirit by the hearty support she has given us. The officers for the year were: NVillard Lucas, Presidentg La- villa, Tillock,-Vice President: Hazel Vizard, Secretary: Berniece Morris, Treasurer. i During the year we lost two mem- bers which left us wtih the present enrollment of sixteen, thirteen of whom have gone through High School together. Gertrude Lare, who started with us as a Freshman, has taken the four year course in three and will graduate with the Seniors of '23, The members of the Junior Class of '23 are Page Thirty-one '11 ' ill I illlvmnriva 1923 the following: Esther Bandelier, Leola Bandelier, Melville Balising, Gertrude May, Willard Lucas, Gladys Nulf, Paul Schuckman, Lavilla Tillock, Ber- niece Morris, Lester Mills, Olive Gro- ver, Arneda Winner, Hazel Vizard, DeVon Phillips, Claude Null and Ar- nold Peters. As juniors we have undertaken but two financial enterprises, both of which were a great success and we also put out one edition of the Hi-Lite. Next year-well, wait and see what we will do. Qllaaa lirnpherg Coming events cast their shadows before, and this is especially true of the class of '24 of the N. H. H. S., whose shadows loom large and porten- tious over the land, and whose interest in affairs, State, National and Local, will have so much to do with the dest- iny of the American Commonwealth. In a modest way I, Berniece Morris, the Seeress, Phrenologist, and general forcaster of events of world and na- tional importance, will set forth the mighty and weighty deeds undertaken and accomplished by the members of this stellar organization of the N. H. H. S. which has refiected honor and glory on their Alma Mater and the city- whose privilege has been to shel- ter their adolescent years. A brief acount of myself before I pass to others more worthy would be no more than a matter of justice to the average intelligence. Who does not remember the accurate forcast made by me and published in all the Page Thirty-two journals of the civilized world regard- ing the discovery of rational and in- telligent beings on the planets Venus and Mercury, and the subsequent cor- roboration of this forcast by that com- petent astronomer, the Honorable Paul Schuckman, V. T.? In ordinary school days Paul gave some promise of making his mark in life as he could by his bean-pole like propensities reach higher than the rest and so put his mark up where no one could erase or mar it, but no one thought he would eventually reach the Heavens and leave a mark there that time itself cannot erase. But by reaching higher and higher he was at last enabled to lay his head on those elusive planets and prove conclusively that they are inhabited. thus insuring to himself an eternal niche in the hall of fame. In contra distinction to Paul we re- mark the wonderful abilities of VVil- lard Lucas who realizing there was no chance for him in realms celestial, de- N 'ill illllvmuriva 1523 Ili cided to make his mark in the terrest- rial sphere and whose discoveries of the value and growth of grasses and dandelions was made while lying su- pine beneath .the shadow of a plantain leaf on an early june day. The abilities- of the members of the class were not confined to scientific achievements as witness the remark- able success of Lester Mills who early in life decided that his forte was in making glad the children of men and amply exemplified: his school day characteristic of being a monkey by performing as the 'chief and only act- or in a show whose attendance ri- valed "The Main Tent" and whose sole performance was consuming enor- mous quantities of peanuts. In fact such was his ability in 'this line that the peanut crop in Virginia was soon exhausted and the foreign market vast- ly stimulated. Vlfithin the same organization and materially contributing to its phe- nominal success were also enrolled the following members of the class whose lives as adult citizens of the country were forcast by their schoolday characteristics: Hazel Y. who occupied a tent just across the midway and whose claim to tinction is that when she is in the tent there is no room for anyone else and line dis- that spectators are compelled to up around the tent and as they pass the entrance receive a passing view of the fattest woman in the world. But such is fame that there never is a dearth of curious spectators at any performance of the circus. The stel- lar role of the concert which is always given after the "Big Show" is held by that superb warbler, Gladys N., whose notes when she is really inspired, make the orioles turn green with envy and the mocking bird hush his melody and seek some secluded nook there to grieve and sigh at the mediocre qual- ity of his song. VVhen Gladys sings, nature holds its breath and if she were to sing long enough she Qnaturej would expire through sheer exhaus- tion Qtake this as you likel. As an ac- companist to the soloist is that emi- nent cornetist. Devon P. who can pro- duce sounds upon the cornet that will rival all barnyard folks, in fact so true to life is his rendering of the "Fare- well VVail of a Departing Calf" as it departs in the butcher's wagon, bid- ding goodbye to its mamma and the agonizing bawling of the "mamma" in return, that the show to prevent damage suits now in advertising him requests all persons within a radius of ten miles to stuff the ears of their cows with cotton ou the days of the show so that the cows will not commit sui- cide thru mistake. The necessity of illumination by night and for strong light in the day to be used for tableaux and other cal- cium light effects is of course recog- nized by all managers of an organiza- tion of this sort and, too, it is neces- Pngu Thirty-thru: ,ii"l'l1IUff1?5-H' 1523 sary to keep all expenses at a mini- mum, so where nature supplies an abundance of natural illumination, why resort to the artilicial? This prob- lem was soon easily and economically solved when the management became acquainted with Esther Bandelier, and by erecting a pedestal for her to grace- fully pose upon, an added scenic at- traction was aiiforded. As every circus that is of any force has to have a Calliope and perforce the Calliope must have an operator, we see there as artisan-in-chief and music extractor the talented Melville Blais- ing. His early training here proved that nothing ever is lost but only al- tered, for while sometimes in school years it seemed he could play, now from the volume of sound produced we kuow lie can. His early business training enabled him to sell himself at a remunerative price to the man- agement. Another highly advertised part of the Show is the slow race. As a draw- ing card there is a standing offer uf a SIOO0.00 premium to any outsider who can enter and win the race, but when they see a list of the entries in this classic event there are few persons who have the time or patience to con- tend. VVhen Gertrude May enters on the six foot stage set for the race with the six snails which are furnished by the management to compete with her, and it is a well known fact that several snails have finished first and then Plgo Thirty-four starved to death while waiting on Gertrude to finish the race, would-be competitors are discouraged and with- draw their entries. While in contra distinction to this slow race there is furnished a fast race in which the chal- lenger is another Gertrude, Gertrude Lare, whose reputation for speed is just as highly extolled in glaring litho- g.aphs as any single actor upon the staff of the "Greatest on Earth", and competition is just as scarce, for when the circular course is laid out and the exhibition is given and all see that she is an all around runner, the cour- age and conceit of the bravest fails and and she wins hands down for sheer lack of competition. The crying need of any midway of a circus is a spieler or ballyhoo artist, and while in the ancient days the only persons permitted to serve as such were of the male sex, in these days of equal suffrage the ladies have come into their own and so we find Leola B. Chief of the Spielers and Queen of the Ballyhooers. The line of gait she can hand out is not only entertaining and exciting but has the added value of gathering the kale from the hicks and so she indeed is a true exponent of the truism that holds "As the twig is bent the tree inclines". I Energetic, but effectively concealing it in school days, no one would, have thoughtithe director of activities in the ring was one old time friend, Arnold Peters. But behind his stiff hat and Pnmrieu 1523 i under his kinky mustache we can per- ceive soine of his previous facial char- acteristics, and when he snaps his big whip all know that here is a controller of destinies. This accounts for all those members who have aspired to fame on the saw- dust ring and now for a brief resume of those remaining members who have become notable in other lines. Lavilla Tillock, after serving her ap- prenticeship as a ticket-taker in a movie and thus becoming familiar with the outline of the work, consent- ed to enter the silent drama as a su- pernumerary, but after a few weeks of actual experience her ability as an en- tertainer and actress was so marked that the greatest producers of the age were falling over each other in an ef- fort to secure her services. She shoots across the film sky as one of its most brilliant stars. Thinking that the Silent Drama might be the place for her and being unaware of immense possibilities for verbosity lying latent within her soul, .-Xrneda VVinner first assayed that field. After a few months' experience her capabilities as a linguist so devel- . oped that it was decided her place was the legitimate stage, and so she trans- ferred to that field, for no movie could be silent where she acted. f Clive Grover, who was so sil- ent in school that no one could gue. to what height she might aspire, is one of the most noted and prolific writers of stories for children. As she is small and kiddish herself, she fully under- stands the child psychology and can entertain them hour after hour with stories rivaling "Mother Goose" and "Grimm" of fairy-tale renown. Claude Null, who developed a dis- tinct liking for basket ball while a stu- dent in N. H. H. S., went on and as a star in this game, becoming so profi- cient that he was solicited as a player by all the stellar organizations in the U. S. A. Finally he acquired such pro- ficiency and dexterity that whenever he was in the lineup of any team the game was always forfeited by the op- posing team, for a forfeit was pre- ferred to sure defeat. Indeed such be- came the fear of all when this most noted player was announced that for the good of the game he deserted it and took up barn yard golf as a diver- sion, and ringers at five hundred feet were his usual shot. Such, dear reader, is the future of the class of '24 of N. H. H. S. If you are sceptical of this prophecy I can on- ly suggest that you live long enough to see it all developed as forcasted. Sincerely yours in the incontestible science of astrology, Berniece Morris. Pun Thlrbfiive . I-:A ,wnrirs 1923 3luninr Atlilrtim The played an important part in the High School Claude, Junior girls and boys have Athletics of the past year. who was a main stay of the varsity five and one of the highest point getters on the team, played in almost every game. "XVid" subbed for the first team at the tournament and several of the home games. The sec- ond team consisted almost entirely of junior boys. Since these boys will constitute part of the first team next year we are looking forward to a suc- cessful season. In base ball Claude and "VVid" filled important positions at left field and short stop, respectively. several of the junior girls played on the girls' varsity. Lavilla Tillock held the position of Side Center and was always on hand to get the tip off. Ha- zel Vizard played backguard and broke many of the offensive plays on the enemy. They no doubt will be regulars on next year's squad. SZ Pan Thirty-:ix 'f PI11Hi'U?,'3 I A13 Cihinga QHIIP Nvuer 5925 Esther Bandelier-with pale green hair. Leola Bandelier-playing basket ball. Melville Blaising-pole vaulting. Gertrude May-disorderly. VVillard Lucas-wearing long trousers. Bcrniece Morris-getting a U. Gladys Nulf-feeling good. Paul Schuckman-in a hurry. Lavilla Tillock-with bobbed hair. 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FACljl.'l'Y ADVISOR Miss Ruby ffibui-lin SOCIAL COMM1'l"1'1iE Klzirgzirct Ifhrmami, XX':1ltex' Schnitker, Smith Tlmnms, Katie XYciHJ:1ker HHPIIIUNPH 1523 011155 Gbtlirrra ,M- . 4 .l' - if 1,5 ,Q N ' 4' Q J WU-121' Schnlllie --l-Qfgj - ' -fd I I 5 .xi A TH Than-as ki HQTYX, EY-WK Miss vlin. Ennesf HYseR I Th huns G L: 1-a ,- -4 .- .... .- ,.. -4 .-4. -4 .- -4- 'S dit U 'C Q 1: E 3' cn N., D r i 'J C 53 U U U2 L4 12 .1 , 'E L1 12 CD F-4 13 Q.: S f va .. ... f- C C .2 Q-1 ZS C U2 :I an m Pu T. ... n as 'S ... 3 U I-fl 51 L. E ,.. .. 2 3: - U1 I I D , z OJ CL. vi 5' E 'rf 14 S TS :J '1 14 CQ L0 u 1: CL 'E sf 1: Z' 3 D3 :J :J -TJ F 3 LII 3: -:Q E E E- Z .5 .J :J iw 5 LC :A .C U : n ID rf : 72 rs Q4 A IJ '3 :1 .-I J 7' 3 E v .rf .J :z 1, -.. .... :: E U - Z N x: :1 .-I .J L- CJ .Q LY. Z I- C :- ,- ..- 7,1 ,., CJ F gn 2 C-L C 'E M --4 Z3 TL E ,z L: U -4 is '3 3 'J .J 21 it A :L E 55 .., UI N., 3 I. E1 .: 5.. n i -fl-nfC.s- vi f' J i air' 3 . x ,az-sf-' ' x . rmnriva W' , 'FUI iiiatnrg uf the Svnphnmnre Qllaza Margaret Ehrman NVe, as Freshmen, came into good old N. H. H. S. in September, nineteen hundred twenty-one with radiant faces but we felt rather "weak in the knees". Facing the problem squarely, we be- gan at full tilt with an enrollment of twenty-four, namely: Norma Bandel- ier, Mildred Barrow, Agnes Bell, Douglas Blaising, Bernice Butler, Al- len Chausse, Philip Ehinger, Margaret Ehrman, Harry Erick, Nelson Furth- miller, Velma Heath, Ernest Hyser, Blanche Kuyoth, Louis Ladig, Man- fred Lamont, Robert Luntz, Lucile Mason, jean Morris, Walter Schnitker, Louis Schwink, Opal Stauffer, Smith Thomas, Katie Vlfeilbaker, Agnes NVestrick and Carl Zehr. Since that time a number of our comrades have left us: Nelson Furth- miller, Agnes Vtlestrick, Louis Ladig. Manfred Lamont, Louis Schwink, Opal Stauffer fwho is attending High School at Harlanj and Carl Zehr Qwho is now attending South Side High School of Fort VVaynej. Under Miss Oberlin's helpful guid- ance, we selected the following of- ficers: Katie XVeilbaker, president, Smith Thomas, vice-president, Harry Erick, treasurer: Lucile Mason, secre- tary. Pink and white roses were chos- en as class flowers and old rose and white as class colors. - N.,..-.,---..-.,.-. ' L al 1 Although we worked very diligently we had our share of fun. Our first party was a Hallowe'en party, held at Lucile Mason's home, which proved a decided success. The rooms were decorated in Hallowe'en fashion and games were enjoyed by all, after which a delicious lunch was served. During the Christmas Holidays a party was held at the home of Harry Erick, at which we all enjoyed our- selves immensely. The class took advantage of the first snow fall and had a bob-sled party. Starting from Harry Erick's home we rode out to Allen Chausse's home where we enjoyed games and a de- lightful lunch. Our class entertained the Faculty and High School, April the twenty- sixth, in the High School Building. This party also proved a distinct suc- cess. On the last day of school we enjoyed a picnic in the woods north of the XVayne-Haven school. This ended our social activities for the Freshman year. In September, IQ22, we came back, well qualified for the tasks assigned and feeling profoundly assured that we had passed the degree of "Freshie". XX'e all entertained the highest 'hope of mastering the dreaded "Caesar" and Page Forty-one TRL, ' - A K' Hivmnrima 1923 S began working at it with quenchless zeal. VVe re-elected officers and elected members for a Social Committee. The latter are as follows: Katie Weilbak- er, XValter Schnitker, Smith Thomas and Margaret Ehrmann. A marshmallow and wiener bake was held at the home of Agnes Bell. Although there were not many mem- bers of the class present, those who were there had a delightful time. Our Sophomore class entertained the Faculty and High School at a Hal- lowe'en masquerade party at the Town Hall. Everybody came masked and all had a delightful time trying to guess the other's identity. Foolish prizes were given for the best masked persons. Miss Oberlin won the first prize, Miss Friedline the second, and Blanche Kuyoth and Berniece Butler won the booby prizes. The whole Sophomore class is in- terested in athletics, and several mem- bers have Filled important positions on the teams. We also have several musicians in the orchestra. VVe hope we will have more such active members in the other school organizations in our future years in N. H. H. S. Whse- .Axes ,Ads Pure Forty-two ' 4 emnrira 1923 Ellie Eailg iKuutinP nf a i-'vtuhiuun Smpliununrv Kate Weilbaker I, without vanity may say, I am a studious Sophomore of N. H. H. S. I come to school about 8:20 on the bus furnished for the purpose of bringing such studious persons as I to school. After a short interval of 25 minutes, spent in racing about the assembly room collecting geometry proofs and sometimes Latin translations, I am summoned to my assembly with the rest of my fellow sufferers. As l march into Assembly I, my path is of- ten obstructed by a stream of fresh- men entering Room II to attend Mr. Heine's Botany Class. As I reach the main room I see another crowd of freshmen hurrying into Room I to at- tend Miss VVermuth's Algebra Class, where they sometimes spend the per- iod working algebra, but more often listening to scathing rebukes about their "absurd excuses". At the same time I hear the English III students clattering down the stairs and making a beeline to Room IV, which as you know, is located over the seventh and eighth grade rooms. There Miss Ton- kel teaches them Oral English, which is indicated by their audacious speech- es before the assembly. There in Assembly I I sit and pre- pare my lesson for the following per- iod. VVhen the 45 minutes elapses, Miss Oberlin, assembly teacher, rings the bell and I again change my place. I make my way, as soon as possible, to my English class where the stu- dents. with Miss VVermuth as their rudder, sail through the wine-dark sea to visit the island of Ogygia and listen to the wailing of Odysseus, interrupt- fd only by the returning English III students and the English IV students as they stalk through our class room on their way to the 4th room, where they discuss the law of compensation. You will ask what this means, you who are undergraders like I, but alas. "To speak vain words is ill". The sec- ond section of algebra is well settled down by this time in Room I where they, under the guidance of Miss Ober- lin, study the rudiments of algebra. .-Xs the juniors say, "Can you imagine Miss Oberlin without her algebra Class. or conversely the algebra stu- dents without Miss Oberlin?l' NYith the end of this period the Eng- lish IX' students return and go to their respective classes, namely Latin IV. taught by Miss Oberlin, where the ambitious Yergil students hold above their heads the light of intelligenceQ?j and chant: "Sit lux apud puellas et pueros". XYhile the Latin IV students are planning to shed light on the more unfortunate students, I with the re- mainder of the Geometry Class enter my classroom, where urged on by Mr. DeLong, we plan to startle the world - tlhge F5117-time ,- illirmnrirn 1523 by the infinity of our knowledge. As I listen to a treatise on polygons, I can almost picture Miss VVermuth with a Hock of Marmion students hur- rying down the street to her class room and, when everything is quiet, Miss VVermuth sings out, "Scan the first line!" At the same time the Ag- riculture Class converse with Mr. Heine in Room II where'they discuss their ambitious plans, Mr. Heine run- ning a close second. QOr why have they dubbed him "Ambitious"?j VVith the dismissal of the above classes comes the beginning of the fourth per- iod. I snatch my Latin notebook and with my Caesar text hugged close, hasten NJ to class. Once in class and well settled, Miss Oberlin, greatly in- censed, threatens the poor pony riders, the unbelievers, with "He who laughs last, laughs best"' At the same time, I neglected to say, the first section of English I returns, and takes up room in the assembly. At the entrance of Section I the stu- dents in the second section make an unequaled rush for the door. CBut whether they are stimulated by a de- sire to be on time or to get out ofthe assembly, I have never been able 'to discovery. But not less important are the people who attend class in the laboratory where Mr. Heine propounds scientific problems to the awed students. At 'the end of this period I amble into Assembly II where the famished students, sometimes Pun Forty-lou: forced to wait on the assembly teach- er, raise proverbial "Cain" until dis- missed. During the noon hour the girls chat- ter like magpies, sometimes singing and playing, while the boys engage in a ball game in Room I. Of course, if by chance the orchestra tunes up, ev- ery one yields to the charm of the mu- sic. But music will not delay the on- coming classes. I At the last bell I move swiftly along the hall and, entering the classroom, prepare to spend the period in diligent concentration on "short cuts" in com- mercial arithmetic. During this per- iocl, Assembly II is occupied by the Latin I students who, working un- ceasingly, pine for the next year to come when they may delve into the longed for Caesar text, to find--what do you think-Caesar and his horse, of course. But the Geometry III people have no such goal to look forward to unless perchance an unfortunate per- son fails, in which case he has the priv- ilege of taking it over the next year. At this time the Freshmen boys visit the manual training shop and u Mr. Clem's irreproachable mana ment, make many useful things. But to return to the program, I again en- ter Assembly II. There Miss NVermuth history teacher, steers us across the foreign lands and desert sands, until we reach that country made famous by recent excavations. Once there, we penetrate King Tut's tomb and emerg- rmnrtrn 1523 ing, proclaim to the more unfortunate students the secrets of this mysterious realm. I have only started on my journey when the Botany I people, in Room I, make a horrible outburst. which we later find to be the laughter over the newest joke on Mr. Heine. But haven't I forgotten a class? Yes. the Public Speaking Class. It is in this class that the splendid debating teams are coached by Miss Tonkel. After I again reach my homeland and my lesson has been assigned, I am dis- missed, feeling rather gay, since it is my last class. But there are ,two more periods in which to study. The first I spend in Assembly II generally pre- paring an English lesson. After the re- turn of the Public Speaking Class the Grammar and History III people as- semble with Miss Oberlin and Miss XYermuth, respectively. Undoubtedly the intellectual fires are still to be kept burning and the N constructive ideas kept growing since the Domestic Science girls and the second section of manual training boys meet with their instructors at this time. But all too soon the period is over and I again do assembly work on my various studies. At this last period the civics students, law makers of the mor- row, assemble in Room I and strive to learn the various duties of good cit- izens. just as I am well through with my tasks, the bell rings and I am dis- missed. After putting on my coat and gathering up my books, I pace down the steps endeavoring to be on time for that convenient conveyance-the omnibus. But 'ivhen I reach the afore- said bus I find that they are waiting.- I know that I have lagged in the halls of intelligence too long, when I am greeted with "No seats, you'll have to stand!" Page Forty-Bvc Hirmnrirn 1923 1 Snplinmnre "lien" Birvrtnrg The Sophomore class, although one of the smallest classes in the High School. is by no means the weakest when it comes to athletics. The So- phomores did not organize a class team this year on account of the scarcity of its players. Next year we expect to take all the class honors, be- sides filling important positions on the Varsity-that is, lilling the positions vacated by the students who are leav- ing and who are sincerely mourned by all true blue sportsmen. The Sophomores are represented in every phase of athletics, on the basket ball lioor, and on the base ball grounds '-'lic-re they help to uphold the New llaren High School banner. On the basket ball Hoor the Sopho- more boys were represented by "Mike" the Varsity floor guard, "Butch", the star foreward on the second string, and "Duke", holding down the center posl- tion on the second line-up. The base ball battery is composed entirely of members of the Sophomore class. "Mike" occupies the mound, "Duke" the farmer catcher, now playing first baseman with remarkable skill, and ' Butch" serving as catcher. The Sophomore girls were repre- sented in basket ball by Blanche Kny- vth and Katie VVeilbaker. Blanche played running center with remark- able dexterity during the greater part uf the season, and Katie served as sub gnfizd always ready to till a vacancy wherever she was needed. Elhv Elluturr Although both the boys' and girls' team will suffer by the loss of former players of this season, those left vxill be ready to fill the vacancies and take on the responsibility of putting their respective team to the front the on- coming year. The same old standbys, mentioned above, will be used next year together with the more promising subs. Page Forty-six l il1Hvmnriv5 1923 ll what Bum at Nunn' Sviguifg Sweeny-Ancestor of wceny-Hot Dog! Mills-A small value-I-I0 of a cent. Cable-A part of a building-smallest at top. lnkc-A hcdy of water surrounded by mud. Morris-A comfortable seat-tin furniturej. Grover-derivative of grove-a pleasant spot. Vizard--descendant of NVizard-supernatural. XVinner-win by hook or crook. Oberlin-an institution of advanced knowledge. Blaising-Fiery but harmless. ' Hieman-hi-high man fthis time it's a womanj. Smith-an expert mechanic, developing jazz. Nnlf-nuf--'nuf said. NYissman-wis-wish-castles in the air. ' Lantz-Lance-a dangerous weapon to handle. ICrick-rick-wreck-recklessness. Rhoades-according to season, good or bad. Null-XN'ebster says "amounting to nothing." Butler-a servant always wanting a tip. Bell-a noisy contraption, rings long after struck. 'Vustison-Tut son, king Tut's descendant probably. I"rock-a rich attire, makes scenery better. . PIII Forqracven X Svuphnxnnrr Smapa . I 42 E'1'i73'i --" ' -41' N334 25: , 'Sf . ye- gf: '-'S'-T' - 45 U' v .zjfgg lisa 51' . ' Wi-N ! V -A .J-, - .: 1 ff? .- oz. 'Ppgsgi - .-ffl.-rf :- - . IEW' if - 'gf ,J-. 7 if .g :5:if.,Q',g,-':?. 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H5231 s-.C 3 own-TPS N:-5 67555 ECUQLLQ: illllrmnrirn 1923 A CEunh Sturt On September 6. boys and girls, fifty-two in number, entered the doors of New Haven High School to begin their first years. .-Xfter a few months. a class meeting was held and the following officers were elected: La Mar Girardot, presidentg Bertha Tustison, vice-president: Cora l-lazelet. secretary: Raymond Young, treasurer. On the evening of March 22. a party for everyone attending New Haven High School was given by the Freshman class. Games were played and later in the evening refreshments were served. The party was proclaimed a complete success. Under careful instructions of the faculty, Mr. DeLong. Miss Oberlin, Miss Tonkel, Miss XX'ermuth and Mr. Heine. the Freshman class of '26 has made great progress in their tudies. Several students have left the class including: Ida XYerling, Harriet Slzigle. Katherine Stauffer and Edgar Longardner, but we sincerely hope that no more will leave and more will enter. Each one of the Freshmen has great aims in mind, and is determined to keep a good standard in the school years to come. Page Fifty-one illllvnfnrinz 1923 Illrmahmtin Eiarg SEPTEMBER W 5-Fiftv-two Freshies have entered the "Halls of Knowledge." 6-Miss Oberlin thinks half of the Freshies should go back to eighth grade. 7-Miss Oberlin changes her mind. 8-Cora sacritices her hair. I3--Friday, the thirteenth, always was unlucky-we had our lirst Latin test. 21-Faculty COUldI'1,t handle Freshies, so they brought in Miss XVerniuth. 22-Hfherel oh! where! are the verdant Freshies? On a hike enjoying the greens with Mr. Heine. OCTOBER 2-Freshman hold lirst class meeting. 3-Ross Meyers begins his iirst vacation. lAin't it grand to be smart.j 5-Everyone of us getting .-Xlgabractis. 7-XYilliam Dullaghan follows Ross's example. II-MiS5 XYCl'lll1ltll promised us a sand pile with all of its equipments. 25-Had a tire drill. Mr. Heine complimented on his presence of mind --he even saved his hat. NOVEMBER 3-Mary Hutson accidently slipped and fell down the steps. Not much damage done. l 4-Freslunen class officers appointed. S-Betty Mills follows Cora's example. 15-Had our lirst snow fall. Oh, Boy! Jo-Too cold for Ross Meyers to coine to school. 46-37-XYe all stay at home. V DECEMBER 3-l'xl'CSlllllCl1 beginning to write their letters to Old Santa. 5-Marie Girardot has hair bobbed. IO-Fife goes out in furnace-consequently intellectual tires go out. School dismissed. 15-Back to school-"things" warming up. 22-'llll1lOI5 brought Santa Claus to school and he gave us all "l0lly- pops." Page Fifty-two illlvmuriw 1923 JANUARY 3-Happy New Year! 5-Nellie Gable has her bair bobbed. 6-So does Geraldine Sorge. IO-:X few Freshmen witnessed the installation of a fountain in the laboratory. 4Miss Oberlin liked the effect but Mr. Rich didn't.J 26-Oh! dear! those lovely tests we like so well, come around again. FEBRUARY 1-Freshmen watch Mr. Heine and Miss Frieclline. No wonilei' we have such long necks. 5-Mr. l-leine's temper at its heighth. Bad for us. l5-RRj'll1Olld Young cut his small linger while sharpening a pencil. -Xn ambulance was called at once. Doctor said his improvement not doubtful. .26-"Bob" Morris enrolled in our class today. Faculty has great hope for him. MARCH 16-Members of the Freshman class attended Majestic Theatre to see "Robin Hood". 33-Freshmen gave party for High School and Faculty. Miss Hier- muth chaperoned. 35-Clarence llell for the nrst time worked his lessons without assist- ance. APRIL 5-Ruth Hoetzer lost her "linger nail weapon" while she was in a nerv- --us disposition. 8--Mary l-lutson sent back from English class for bad behavior. it-Latin does not recite today. XX'hoopee!ll 15-Beginning to break our cameras by taking pictures of the Faculty for annuals. llispecially Mr. l-leine.j I6-First touch of spring., Oh! those "Baseball Blues". If-For the first we saw .-Xl's new "Lizzie". IS-First base ball game. I9-X0 school. .-X terrible flood reigns o'er the school. .zo-No school. .23-Back to hard work again. Page Fifty-three II Hllvmnriw 1923 Ililiat the Zvlrealginuxt 1HHuulh like In A Hi-Lite otf press each week. A Senior sit next to a Freshman. A Senior with dignity. Money of their own. A Latin pony. More parties given. Mr. DeLong make Melville Blaising quit teasing us. Anyone get something over us. Edrie Thomas without her dignity. Ourselves in the new school. Harold Daniels without ll smile. Noel Smith play his "saxie" standing still. Zelda Richhart get a lyawling out from Mr. Heine. 5 Miss XX'ermnth give Paul Schuckman a piece of her mind. Pete Putman in a dress suit. Hazel Yizard not whispering. Clarence Hell get his lessons without someone helping hii Gertrude l,.are walk faster. Harold Berkheiser grow taller. Mary Hutson get skinny. Lela Nail lisp. E Some good pictures of the Seniors. Martin Sheehan as a Sheik. 'l'he Freshman Class be the pride of the school. Pale Fifty-four ll. 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YV TY illllvmnrivz Glues uf Ninpirru UIUPIIYQ-EIITPP uf the Nun Qaurn High Srhuul -1 illllrmnrirz 1923 A Hisinu Carrie Goeglein One morning the little Plymouth colony on the bleak New England shore was lifted out of its daily routine by a simple maiden of Puritan birth. to the possibilities that lay before it. She had stood on the huge rock that marked the landing of her little tho' courageous band and looked out across the great unexplored region of our United States with a vision super- natural. She returned to the village to tell her story to her family. The fa- ther felt that his daughter's vision might be an inspiration for greater work and asked that she be permitted to tell it to the general assembly. Im- agine, if you can, a girl of sixteen, slight in' stature and fair-haired. tell- ing the following story to those aus- tere and stern fathers who at intervals would shake their heads gravely and remark "Only the product of a de ranged brain". Looking Xkfestward I beheld a land wrapt in utmost wilderness and a sav- age race the kind which renders civil- ization almost impossible. some of whom knelt as if a god were in their midst when our ship landed. Behind me in the harbor the Mayflower rode at anchor, and this thought impressed me-however secnreiwe are in relig- ious freedom we arcfthreatened with another danger-the encroachment of the Indians. I saw our Captain Miles Page Fifty-six Standish like a David slay an Indian giant and bring him back to our camp. Looking down the coast I saw .-Xnne Hutchinson and Roger XYilliams leave Rhode Island, for dearer than life it- self seemed to be their religion. I wonder who these people are who will surely come to us. Later a war ap- peared against the horizon which seemed to be with the French and Indians: the Indians will bring this to pass by burning many of our villages. And I saw how very fruitless will be England's attempt to unite our colon- ies under her government. Looking Southward I beheld large plantations or estates on which were built impos- ing mansions, surrounded by small huts which were the homes of the slaves and poor working men, while others served as stables and barns. Across the fields I could see nothing but slaves busy harvesting the cotton which in those days will be the one great harvest. Above them was a great black cloud which seemed to foretell XV.-XR. I beheld to the North the very contrast to this, in small farms and villages having one street. one school house, one church, an inn and a town hall. I-lere I saw people engaged in lumbering, fishing. ship- building and manufacturing. Our country was alive. Everywhere I look- ed I saw English oppression on our LHTERAP3 ,, gg S , jc- , If" ' ff!!! J Y 4 1111212 iz' gin 4,KDgT ....- .-...-...-f....A. , As imagination bodies forth The forms of things unknown, the poet's pen Turns them to shapes, and gives to airy nothing A local habitation and a name. ---Shakespeare. illivmnrirn 1523 children and our children's children. But I also saw our colonies boldly de- fy British officials by emptying the highly taxed tea into the sea. I saw the Colonies rise in unification in the First and Second Continental Congress, and my heart was thrilled when I saw our children, stalwart men, hold firm in battles fought on ground unknown to us. I even saw these names written clearly in the sky- Bunker Hill, Lexington and Concord. I saw a man with fiery speech draw up a Declaration of Independence. This paper is destined to separate us from England forever. I was able to discern in the foreground of this con- flict a man with the name VVashington written across his forehead-mighty deliverer, organizer and leader of the day. It seemed our weak band had be- come a mighty nation drawn together more securely when England tried to interfere on the high seas, where I could see our ships plying the waters of the earth. Thru' all this I could see our nation become greater until a cold wind struck across my face and caused me to draw my cloak around me. It came from the South and struck ter- ror to my heart because it was the cloud of slavery rising to destroy the Union of North and South. Then Pro- vidence in its infinite mercy called from the mass of people a man called. "Honest Abe" I-le aided this nation which I could see so plainly before me out of the mists by another piece of paper peculiarly similar to the one written early in my vision. There will be great suffering and bitter words in that day, for I saw families split in twain and one son march away to war clad in the blue while another marched away in gray, leaving a mother's heart breaking for both. There will be great suffering and when it seemed al- most unendurable, I saw a general dressed in grav penitent and suven- tlering for the sake of his people bow before a genei'-il dressed in blue con- quering but tender and forgiving. Lint tf this :risis the leaders came more sober and thoughtful than evtr for behind them I beheld THREE MILLION slaves who by their faces showed FREEDOM. But finally I could distinguish the Blues and the Grays mingle in tears of penitence. Picture after picture was unrolled before which held me spellbound un- til I heard a moan from the sea. I turned only to behold great suffering and bloodshed across the sea.. Then l could see great endless processions of brown clad youth come from the four corners of the great nation spread out before me. On-ever on they came until I saw them embark at a city not far from where we now stand. Then the moan ceased from across the wat- ers and I again saw the brown clad youth return, but some of the faces were missing. Out of this I saw America emerge a nation ranking first E Page Fifty-aevog ilmvninrira 1923 among the nations of the earth." The Pilgrim fathers filed out of the little room where this simple maid had told her wonderful revelation still dis- believing that wonderful miracle which we have lived to enjoy-Amer ica. E132 Sarritire Harold Daniels, '23 It was the tenth of December. The ground was covered with two feet of snow, paths had not yet been broken in the little town of Dunten in Can- ada. One of he lirst to be out after the storm was Larry Knight, a tall, dark haired man of about thirty with pierc- ing black eyes and a deep scar across his left cheek. He walked down the street until he came to a brick build- ing with the windows covered on the inside with dark heavy material so that it was impossible to see in at any time. Larry opened the door and stepped into a room ten by twelve, there was an old stove in one corner. an old rug on the floor, and a card- table in the middle of the room. It was a gambling joint. Three men were sitting around the table playing cards. XX'hen Larry entered they all stood up and it was plain to see that they were all drunk. "Looks like you fellows were cele- brating." said Larry. "XYe heard you left town and we are Page Fifty-eight ' celebrating your absence," replied Shorty, a short heavy set man. "XVell stop your celebrating." "Oh boss, leave us celebrate, when you all come in dat door your voice sounded so sweet to me sah, that I up's and thought, hey dere you old soaks quit pushing dat cream off dem straw- berries, dems the bossiesf' said Rast- us, a large negro. "Rastus you hx the fire." said Larrj "All right sah," he answered witl. .L sneer. "Say Bill, what are you going to do with that stick of wood." Bill was a large powerful built man with long, shaggy eyebrows, and a dirty, greasy ugly face. - Before he hardly had the words out of his mouth, Bill threw the stick at him. Larry dodged the stick, but the big negro assailed him from the back. His wrestling ability was all that saved them from the arms of the big negro. In an instant he was free, with his back to the wall. A person who Pmnrira 1923 had seen Larry walking down the street and then had seen him backed against the wall would not have recog- nized him as the same person. His teeth showed, and there was a sneer on his face, his eyes narrow slits and his hair hanging over his face give him the appearance of a wild man. The three gamblers were creepng toward him tigerlike one on each side with Bill the big ruffian advancing in the center. VVhen they were six feet from each other they stopped and a deadly silence ensued. Then an animal madness came from Larry's lips which burned their ears and set their blood to boiling, they charged like maddened bulls being tormented by a red coat at a Mexican bull fight. Larry was soon overpowered. They quickly bound him and carried him unconscious and bleeding into the rear room, where he . thrown on the cold ground. 'lien the men returned to the room, the door was open and they were blinded by the whirling snow. NVhen Rastus went to close the door he fell over some object which upon investi- gation, they found to be the body of a young woman almost frozen to death. In their drunken stupor they pulled her over to the fire and then renewed their drinking and poker game. In the meantime Larry's little bull dog which always came in the back way, found Larry lying on the ground. He licked his face till he came to con- sciousness and then through Larry's instructions helped untie the cords. Larry arose to his feet dizzy and weak from loss of blood. He cautiously opened the rear door and obtained a revolver then he spied two feet mov- ing by the stove. They were a wo- man's shoes he was almost certain. His eyes Hashed and his voice was a growl. "NX-'here did you get her," he roared. They whirled toward him but he had them covered by his revolver. "Leave this room immediately," he commanded. Each one got his hat and coat and left the room for they knew Larry meant what he said. Larry soon brought the girl to con- sciousness. He questioned her but learned nothing. He took her home. and put her in his mother's care. Then he bought her new clothes and offered her a position as house-keeper for his mother. "Oh how will I ever pay you back," she sobbed. "Don't pay me back," he said. Vvhen she retired she whispered t-A him, "Don't go to the gambling joint any more, and please leave this place. I wasn't unconscious. Iheard them plan to kill someone and by all indica- tions it was you." The next morning the strange girl was up early. About ten o'clock Lar- ry started for the gambling joint. XYhen he arrived he was greeted with oaths and beer bottles. A fight follow- ed between Bill, Rastus and Larry, Shorty wasn't around anywhere. In fifteen minutes Larry had them whip- Paze Fifty-nine Pmnrira 1923 ped. As he tottered back weak from his wounds of the day before, the rear door slowly opened, he saw it out of the corner of his eye. The front door was on his right. He saw the revolver slowly raised to get a bead on him. It was Shorty, he knew, and Shorty was the best shot in the country. It was too late, he must die at the hands of this yellow coward. His first move meant the end. He remembered what the strange girl had said. As the re- volver flashed the girl burst through the door and Hung herself between Larry and his- assailant claspiug his neck. There was a Hash of light and when the smoke had cleared she lay in a heap on the floor. Larry quickly examined her but she was dead, the bullet had pierced her heart. He rose slowly and looking the group spuare- ly in the face, gave them their answer. "She sacrificed her life for me and from this day on I'm through with you and your kind." Small Zilumn Eluifrra Berniece Morris '24 It is not necessary to attend a school in some large city, nor is it necessary to attend a university to enjoy those things which thrill us-it may be our own school or town team. It may be base ball or foot ball that excites some. or again it may be basket ball. Each town no matter how small has certain sports that arouses the whole town. 'lack and Bill Smith lived in the small village of Clifton Forge. This town like many others was built along one main street. The Smith home was located at one end of the street, at the other end was a large field containing a few shade trees, this field was known to all as "The Commons". Here all the Page Sixty O Independence Day Celebrations were held. The only sport in Clifton Forge was baseball, for basket-ball was as yet unknown. As Jack and Bill grew old- er they left Clifton Forge to attend a university in the southern part of the state. VVhile attending school here they became interested in foot ball and both boys had the good luck of playing on the varsity team their second year. Upon returning home, foot ball was forgottn, for a while at least and work began. However as Thanksgiving drew near they read the papers and each day they became more and more anxious to see a game. One day Bill remarked, "I want to I -'R Pmnrira 1923 see a foot ball game this Thanksgiv- ing, if I can get away for a couple days." "W'ell," replied jack, "let's make up a team and try to had some team to play." "How are you going to get up a team in a week around here when none of the boys have ever seen a game, let alone play in one ?" questioned Bill. "Suppose we do get beaten," an- swered jack, "we'll have the fun of playing, and with a line of these heavy fellows from around here, it will not be easy for any team to break through the line and you and I can play ends so that we will be able to stop end runs." "Let's talk it over with the school teacher and the gang around the gro- cery tonight. lt might be we can have some fun," answered Bill. That night the usual crowd gather- ed around the store and the subject of foot ball was discussed. All the young fellows were right in for a game, so after a little parley, the school teacher was made manager and was instructed to get a game for Thanksgiving day. lVhen the team was complete it con- sisted of saw mill hands, farmers, bar- bers, blacksmiths-in fact all the dif- ferent vocations of the surrounding country were represented, but as each member of the team had to work they had no opportunity to practice. Bill and jack were the only boys who had ever seen a foot ball game, the remainder of the team had no idea whatever of the game. In a few days the manager reported a game scheduled with a county seat in the adjoining state for Thanksgiv- ing day. The team was called the "Undefeat- ed VVest End Tigers," rather an impos- ing name for an untried team, but as the team had never played they could advertise as an undefeated team. Bill 'and john went to a neighbor- ing city and borrowed suits. They later met the other members of the team and proceeded on the way. Not a member of the team had ever been in Stanton, the city for which they were headed, and they didn't expect to find much of a town. In fear of defeat Stanton had im- ported players from two neighboring cities to strengthen their team. After leaving the train the Wiest End Tigers, self-styled, assembled in a nearby field to get their lirst instructions about foot ball. Bill gathered the 'boys around him and said, "As none of you know any- thing about the game, I'll line you up so you will know how to do when you're on the tield. As for signals, we'll have none, and all I want you to do is-don't let them through the line and if you get a good chance just "knock 'em for a curve". , This last instruction seemed to take effect for at the end of the game they had seven cases for the doctor. Page Sixty-out ,,,.,,., ,, .5-.cs-fggg 6 . 1-1-' 4-'av' - ,:f'ss5,'::: 'i f fisxi , .- -ii..,44-.tu-. Memnrirz 1923 llaving no signals Bill and jack car- rit d the ball all the time, first one way and then another, always toward the biggest gap in the line. Since only one Iifth of the team knew anything about the game, they were penalized consid- erably, however when the final whistle blew their opponents had won by six points. The game had several outstanding features. but the most unusual play came about in this manner--the op- ponents had scored and were to try for goal. The tigers lined up on the home line under the bar for the trial. The ball was untrue and one of the Tigers, Homer Haig, caught the ball on a bounce before it was in play and 1 tore down the held for a touch down -so he thought. In order to cover up his lack of knowledge of the game. jack told the opposing captain that llaig was a regular cut-up at home and was only playing. VVhile jack was telling the captain this Bill ran down and told Haig to play it out as a joke, which he did very well. After the team hed returned home they received a copy of "The Stanton News" which had the following item on the game: "The Tigers. who played here Thanksgiving day, were very strong. and should have won were it not for being penalized so much." This was Clifton Forge's first and last game of foot ball. 3111 the ilmnmvnt nf Ernpuir Blanche Kuyolh '24 Molly Laonde. aged eighteen years, stood leaning on the balcony of a pleasant room. overlooking a small but beautiful lake. lt was the fourteenth of .lane and her birthdayg but save for 1-ue note she had notireceived greet- ings or beautiful gifts. She was an Or- phan and alone in the world. She had been brought up in Ireland. ller parents died in her earliest child- Page Sixty-two froze her tears before they fell, she saw her beloved uncle's eyes close in sleep for the last time. Heartbrok- en. she left her Irish home to go abroad and complete her education. which had been arranged by her guardian. That was three years ago. She had visited in several countries and many places since then. Madame Elizabeth, vmnriw 1523 hood and at the age of three her mo- ther's only brother took her. No mo- ther could have been more tender, no brother a better comrade than he. Never will she forget the awful dumb agony that wrung her heart and under whose charge she was placed, treated her with the greatest kindness. At the sound of her shrill voice Molly turned to go indoors. "Molly, I have received a letter from your guardian, who desires that you join him immediately in England." "NVhy does Lord Norris want me ?" Molly asked. "Because, he wishes that you come and live in his house. You know his mother is an invalid. It will no doubt prove a charming home for you." "Home," Molly echoed, "Oh no, Madame, my home is in Ireland." "But Molly, you will have a fine home and kind friends, but-changing the subject-where shall we spend birthday, Molly? In the house r' the lake ?" Uh, on the lake, please dear Mad- "-f. Molly, you wish to visit orite spot before leaving, no doubt." The day was spent happily but end- ed too soon. The awoke, Madame had most of her artic- les packed. next morning when Molly "You have just two hours to catch the train, Molly, you must hurry, al- though I have your trunks packed," said Madame. But Molly, with a downhearted look replied: "I am sure I shall be there by that time, Madame. I do so hate to leave you but I suppose I must." In less than an hour Molly start- ed on the long and lonely journey and in about ten days had landed in Eng- land. Lord Norris was to meet her at the landing from which she was to ac- company him to her new home, a dist- ance of about two hundred and seven- ty miles. I-Ie was so described to her that she knew she would know him at first sight. Molly was merry when the boat had docked, the soft ocean breeze had tak- en her melancholy disposition. But her face clouded when Lord Norris was not to be found. A man who noticed her sad face asked: "Are you in trouble, Miss ?" "NVhy, not exactly," Molly an- swered, "there was supposed to be someone to meet me and I cannot find him at present, but I shall soon." "Can I be of any assistance?" the gentleman asked. "No, thank you, I shall soon find him," Molly replied. This ended the conversation and the man, politely tipping his hat, departed. But Molly later found out that Lord Norris was not so easily found. She waited about forty minutes, then Pun Sixty-three Paie 'hvo Elinrmuurh Unis is but the srrnnh timr in the histnrg nf Ihr Ninn Eanzn Eigh Sirhunl that an annual has hern puhlishrh, anh again it has hern harkrh mith great rnthusiastn hg thr rntirr srhnul anh farultg. ' 311 thi5 annual thr rhitnrial statf has rn- hrnunrrh in rrtirrt thr spirit uf '23 unh krrp marm tlpr "!H2muriru" nf the hatrgnn bags nf that grar. Er. th: staif. have irish tu give the puhiir an inzsight intu the rral rliarartrr nf tlir arhuul :mb a glimpsr uf its gruming urtiUiIi25. Iiilirthrr nr nut all ufthis has hrrn a surrrss. num awaits gnur iuhgxnrnt. Pirurrthrkss. mr 5hall fall nur grar bunk a rumplrtr surrrss, if, uftzr rruhiug it. gnu lug it aaihr anh sag. "Envy 5521112 E112 Bight Spirit." all Hlemnriru 1923 'H turned her steps toward the center of the city. -She asked a passerby if he would please direct her to the station where she would get a train for Cedarville tthe'town where her guardian livedj. full directions, she thanked him and followed his advice. the station just ten minutes late for the eight o'cIock train. There would be no other till the next morning at ten. "XX here shall I find a hotel to stay for the night?" she asked of the ticket After receiving She arrived at agent. "In the next block east, Miss." "Very well, thank you," and Molly proceeded to the place directed to her. XN'hen she arrived there, the place proved to be za frame structure quite dilapidated, with a sign on the front, "Rooms to let". On opening the door she was con- fronted by a roughly dressed woman of middle age. "XVhat is it for you, Miss?" the lady at the desk asked sharply. Half dazed. Molly answered, "1 would like to get a room for the night, please." A girl, who Molly supposed was to represent a maid, answered a bell. "Take this lady to room No. 22." "Yes mam." Molly followed the maid up the half- broken stairs and wasipushed into a room containing two beds. One was Page Sixty-four 1 to be occupied by a woman, who was then sitting on a chair in the corner. She was of small stature, dark course hair, squinty eyes and rather yellow complexioned. "Haven't you a room with a single bed ?" Molly asked of the maid. "No, Miss, this is the only empty bed in the place." "VVell, I suppose it must do." The maid closed the door and Molly was left alone in the room with a stranger whom she mistrusted from the first. Molly was weak and tired so she re- tired immediately and soon fell asleep, not once glancing at the stranger, who still sat in the only chair in the room. About four o'clock Molly was awak- ened by a noise at the foot of her bed. Silently but quickly she turned on the light and recognized the lady of the chair. "For what are you looking?" Molly asked gently. The lady did not answer but quiet- ly retreatedito her bed. Molly did not sleep the rest of the morning but lay awake wondering what the lady had wished to dol When she arose, she dressed hurriedly, took her grip and pocket book and departed. XYhat a pleasure it was to be in the open air again. She felt happy in spite of her trouble. She was glad to be away from such people. Mvntnrira 1923 :Xbout nine o'clock she arrived at the station. She went to the ticket office and asked for a ticket to Cedarville. In opening her purse to get money to pay for her ticket, she discovered that every cent was gone, the agent looked at her and said. "I cannot give your ticket, Miss, if you haven't mon- ey." "I will be back shortly." she replied and hurried from the station. Going to the hotel where she spent the night. she ran up to 1'Oom ll but it was va- cant. There was nothing else for her to do. Molly walked out of the building, but not happy. Suddenly she felt a light tap on her shoulder and a charm- ing voice asked."1Iay I help you, Miss Molly?" Looking up she recognized her guardian. "The train was late," he ex- plained, "arriving one hour after the boat. I could nnd you nowhere. I stayed in the city over night and was about ready to give up the chase when I spied you among the crowd, By the way. I believe, we have about fifteen minutes to catch the ten o'clock train." "Oh, Lord Norris. I am so happy I" But the tears came before she had time to turn away. As the train sped on its way to Mol- ly's new home, she won her way into l.ord Norris' heart by her bright smile and sweet Irish face. r I f "'-- f-If A I 1 , . gf-F55 4 - A '- . ffl' ? 'rf ' . .' ee-ws... " 'T' I . B xv 4 ji-is mi , k . f Q i E : Q' I '3f:f5:fQ'i 1 I e fr - rv-:asf I v E A ,' ,T , is-ZF 3 I - - 1 1 1: In 42 ' vii' L. V 'P' I 2.2 H A em., ' n f f. 15- . . s l ci .17 V,-,tj . i 42. ?,w"' 4 ' gist' - : .Q Emu, ,f -,' : .ggi ' G' i -11 - e-1.5425 .L -1" ,cf E 1' WT Eg' if E .5e,"L,,... Ei . Y L, ' ' ' va U Na! xv. T5 I - H' I f....,',. g f: satis' 5 ' ual' ' 2-5, , f- 1 ul:-.l'.? l ... " A-U17 Caesar C1-xss l Page Sixty-five aavmnriw 1923 'l'ime: Let: VVid: Let: VVid Let: X1Yid : Let: NYid: Let: NVid: Let: XVid Let: Vt'id: Let: XVid: Ellie Hvrgil ilieaann About I5 minutes before class. Place: Library. Scene: The Burning of Troy. Atmosphere: Very Hot. Characters: Wid and Let. Alright, Wid, you start. I didn't get the first line. "O, son of a g--" NVhy, NVid, you're not going to translate it that way in class, are you? Of course, but wait until I finish. I was going to say "O, son of a goddess, Hee-" But where does the "flee" come in? I don't see why he wants to Hee. I He seems to be happy. In the next line it says he is standing in the doorway, singing. But it says he's standing in the doorway dancing in the forest. I don't undrstand Vergil, do you? Oh well, Miss Oberlin said we cou1dn't question him too closely. I'll proceed. "Suddenly two slippery snakes slid out of the ocean and directed their footprints toward Laocoon, with their three-forked tongues and their eyes blazing blood. Having cast their eyes on Laocoon they wrapped their necks twice around his waist." But he didn't have on any waist. ' Oh well, we'll supply one or maybe we can get Jean Morris to straighten it out for us. You know he's so good at sight transla- tions. Let me translate the next. "VVhen he saw that his end was decreed by fate his eyes overflowed with many rivers." Oh, don't say it that way. This is poetry. You should say, "His bright eyes were bedewed with tears." Oh, Wid, you're so poetic. One would think you had written this book yourself. Oh that's nothing but a note translation. Say, VVid, did you hear the latest news? The Caesar class have so many ponies they're going to start a riding academy. Noel Smith is to be chief stable boy. Sh! here comes Miss Oberlin. The fateful hour is at hand. Page Sixty-six .,. .g..g,g-in A wage-.+' ."nk3u51i"iI-'IZQZ A. - - ,251 1+ .wp-1:15. --ff .-'-55-af, . -'-2,42 - , - A',M1'gx- . ' - '- g3."jg!'53,'-5f'Q4" g,gfi '.. E- 1-. ,-fp. -Q . ' V' ' .. 'iqgl L,-1-f-. I- -v '.4fy1'4g-Liv... 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XVe are now going to make an epitaph, which will without a doubt recall to your minds in future years the departing squad of '22-'23, XVe promise you that this will not be so bad as an obituary, but we must make it violent in order to take effect, altho we are going to tell you the truth. This institution of sports for the New Haven High School girls had been neglected for about six years. when three long, years ago in the school. year of '20-'21 the idea of Girls' Basket Ball was revived. :Xltho in the year 1919-20 the class of '23 had a strong desire to organize a team. they were unsuccessful. lt was because of the desire of this class to organize and develope a team, that a meeting of all the girls interested was called by Bliss Oberlin one Autumn day in 1920. NYe were handicapped. by the small number that responded to the call, but the few, together with their coach, Bliss Oberlin, made a successful strug- gle by their determination and loyalty. Thus girls' basket ball wasagain es- tablished in N. H. H. S. One evening each weelc was.devoted to practice, and within a few weeks the lineup was chosen. Zelda Richhart was chosen captain and jumping center: Lucile Young and Carrie Goeglein, forwardsg Elizabeth Bayman, running center: Marie lNeilbaker and Jessie Sheehan, guardsg Harriet Lake and Agnes Schnelker, sub forwards: and Cather- ine Bayman, sub guard. We played a few games that season and made a- fair showing. 'l'he season of '21 and '22 opened with every one's boiling with interest and pep to start the season off right. This year we were deprived of one guard. Marie XYeilbaker, but her place was filled by Catherine Bayman. The rest of the squad was "right there", as full of pep as the year before. Zelda Richhart was reelected and the play- ers took their same places again. Xlfe started the year oft with a victory over Convoy, Ohio. without any practice. My, weren't we proud! VVe were filled with so much enthusiasm that we started off winning every game we played. We met with very few defeats this year. XYhen the season closed. we had won a name for ourselves, and we resolved that when we came back the next year we would continue the good work. The season of '22-'23 was one that can never be forgotten. The lightning pace of the snappy N. H. H. S. Girls' Team proved too great an obstacle for most of the teams they combated. Al- though we regretted very much that Pun. Sixty-seven illllrmnrirzi 1923 Catherine and Elizabeth Bayman left the team through graduation. we were glad that there still remained tive of the old lineup. Hazel Vizard made guard this season and Blanche Kuy- oth and Lavilla Tillock served as run- ning centers. We had the team. but no place to play. But after the town- ship came to the rescue by furnishing us with a gym. we worked hard to show our appreciation. XVe played many exciting games in which we showed our honorable op- ponents how to play the game of bask- et ball. One of these was played against Columbia City. NX'e had been defeated by this team the previous year and looked forward to the time when we would be acknowledged as their superiors. The time had come. It was on Friday night. Dec. 15th. :Xl- tho our opponents fought bravely, the victory was ours, I2 to 3. Our team played many victorious games after this one, butithe next one of importance and excitement was played at Convoy. Ohio, on january 20. VVe were driven down in Mr. Snell's bus and drove over about miles of rough roads. but we finally reached our destination within two hours after starting. XVe were deter- mined to score a victory that night. and after a very exciting game we sur- prised our opponents and won by a score of 32 to 26. On Feb. 16. we had another exciting game scheduled with Columbia City. By this time we had developed into a hi. sixty-eight regular team. and thought that this game would surely .determine our reputation in the Basket Ball world. 'lihat night was a glorious one. for Dame Fortune smiled upon us, and after thirty minutes of hard fighting and earnestness on our part, we had won, 28 to 25. XVe learned afterwards that the Columbia City girls were most downhearted and disgusted with themselves because they couldn't beat us. This was the last game of the sea- son. and we were so glad we had end- ed as we had begun-with a victory. XX'hat was the secret of our successful year? XVhat does it take to make a successful basket ball team? You who have had experience can easily answer the last question. First of all, the members of the team must be willing to spend hour after hour of hard work at the gym-must put basket ball first. social affairs second. Besides this, there must be a coach who under- stands and loves the game. and enjoys working with the girls. NVith these two requirements plus a third-loyal- ty and sympathy among the members of the squad-why cannot New Ha- ven continue to have as successful a basket ball season as the one just lin- ished? Our team appreciates the loyalty of our coach. Miss Oberlin. as she has been with us for three long years- ever since we organized. and we feel that she deserves a great deal of credit for our success. iHPI1IL'I1'iP5 1923 Qitrha' Eizuslirt Ball ELYIIII, '22-23 ihnse sgiiidiiiq are Jessie Sieeliuii. 1Lll11'I'il Lucile Younf, rifht forwziiwiz Bliss Ruby Oberlin. couch: lfiiri'ie Giwgleiii, left fi-i'w:ii'rig Harriet Luke, forwarrl- r1'ii.,ise sitting e Blanch? Kuywtli. Vunnzziu' -.-wizer: LL-idu Richhzirt. czipt, jumping ceiitifr: Ln-siila Tillock, runnin: gent-er: Hazel Yizarii, guard. V321 S ri n Il .Q. Cekfc, . 'im CEU15' Evzun Suapzi "Lua y'1FovwfuJ. 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Mr. Heine soon whipped a good team into shape. which was not altogether an easy task. The First three weeks of the season the coach showed the boys the scien- tific way of playing Basket Bail. He soon developed a good hunch of play- ers and on November 14. the tirst team was picked. The team was composed of: Smith. Bradtmueller and Null. forwards: Daniels. center: Hyser. l'utman and lllaising, guards. l'ntman's success in captaining the llase Ball team won him the captain- ship of the Basket Ball team. November 30. the team started the Season by defeating XYoodhurn to the tune of 51 to I3. The game was feat- ured by the accurate hasket shooting ef Daniels, Here he proved his keen eye hy caging twenty-nine of the total numher of points. December 5. the boys went to Antwerp. Although the New Haven lads were too lunch for their opponents. Antwerp put up a good battle. The score at the final whistle was 9 to 7 with New Haven on the long end of the count. Un the oth of December the locals had their col- ors lowered hy the fast Klonroeville team. Later the Monroeville tive re- peated this in the return game at New Haven, The following week Leo came over with the intentions of taking our scalps. hut they were liadly fooled. The Leo lads u ere held'to four points. vfhile New Haven succeeded in get- ting twelve. Out of a three game ser- ies with Leo. Coach Heine's tive won two. -lanuary 5. the team ventured to fpencerville. only to come home with Llc small end ot the ci.-imt. Spence ville was the strongest team that the .few Haven lads had played up tu that date, Later when they came In New liaven they were given the same -lore tl.:.t was given to New Haven at Spen- ceixilie. Harlan was the next victim af the New Haven team. This game p"oved to he one of the most thrilling games of the season. Smith started our scoring machine to working with a goal from the rield. New Havens lzasket was followed hy one on Har- l:1n's end of the floor, Harlan contin- ued to sink the hall through the hoop until she got a twelve point lead. fiille New Haven lads seemed In he power- less as far as winning the game was concerned. hut Captain Putman saw the weak point and called time out with lint live minutes left in the tirst half. Xkhen play was resumed Harlan thought they were up against an alto- gether dirferent team, From this time on Harlan was held scoreless and at the end of the nrst hali New Haven Pace Seventy-one Illlllllllll IllIIllllIllllKlllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIUlllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlU'lIl1llllb:"I' Y L Dmacmmm V -.Q 0:0 'I'IIIllIlllIIIIIIllllllllllllIlllllllllilllKITIIIIIIIIIllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllIlllIIllIlIIUI8llllllIlll':":' Qin 2-1qJpr 'elciai5Lora inf? iheir iaiithiui- ness and the img, weary hours fthey have spent WMU us izm publishing this bfwk, we, fthe memicxeffs Qi fthe Senior CHESS, c?nfeefr'?1uHHy dedicate 6635112-wfmfories Qi 72399 in the Facuiiy cf? RQ. H. 3-3. S, ...fgb Y ' 1 . .A '1- - -.-:.,.L, , - illivmnrirz 1523 In ?L'ug5' Elzmlaet Ball Girzun, '22-E3 Those standing are Noel Smith, Douglas Blaisingy Ferd Bracltmueller, Al. Heine, coach Those sitting are Harold Daniels, Stanley Putman, Ernest Hyser, Claud Null. Paz-e Sevc-my us o Mrmnrira 1523 came within two points of tieing the score. As soon as the whistle blew for action Hyser tied the score with a sensational shot from the side. New Haven continued its bombardment until the final whistle. W'hen the dust had cleared away we could see the numbers on the score board which read .21 to I4 in favor of Newliaven. Individual scoring as follows: Smith, Null 4, Daniels 2, Hyser and Putman, Free throws, Daniels 3. The last game played before the tournament was played with Payne. The Payne lads were a husky bunch, but they failed to stop the fast New Havenites. The score ended in favor of New Haven, 18 to 23. Noel Smith, "Indian", succeed- ed in holding down a berth on the Varsity this year, and he proved to be one of the fastest men on the floor. "Indian" played a good defensive game as well as offensive, thus making him a valuable man for New Haven. Ferdinand Bradtmueller, "Ferd", al- though not so husky, proved to be a main cog in the wheel. Ferd could al- ways be depended upon to stop any man that was coming his way. He al- so provedito be a good sport when it came to giving all he had towards winning the game. Douglas Blaising, "Dug", didn't get into the game until late in the season. but when he did his opponents stayed clear of him because of his capability of pushing them around at will. Dug says, "W'ait till next year, then I will show them how to play basket ball." Harold Daniels, "Pud", proved him- self to be one of the main stays in the New Haven scoring machine this year. Pud is not so tall, but what's the dif- ference if you can get the jump on a fellow who is much taller than your- self? He was always right there with the goods at the opportune time. This made him a snappy player for any op- posing team to run up against. Ernest Hyser, "Mike", the best de- fensive man on the floor, gave New l-laven much aid in winning her games. Mike could always be depended on to sink two or three goals each game be- sides covering up. Mike played every game this season except the last one, when he wasimost needed, but was forced from the Hoor with broken arches. Good luck to you next year, Mike! Stanley Putman. "Pete". This was Pete's tirst year with the locals, so he thought he would make it a good one. Captain Pete could always be depend- ed upon by his team mates to pick out the weak points of the opponents. He played a real game at back guard and many a time he broke up shots which would have resulted in a count- er. VN'illard Lucas, our big little man, displayed some real basket ball this year. Wid. although the smallest man on our team, was one of our stars. He has one more year in which to Page Seventy-three llllvmnrira 1523 shine for N. H. H. S. and we predict a bright future for him. He was es- pecially valuable this year on offen- sive work and still played a very fast game on the defense. Claude Null '24, Individual Scoring Name Daniels Null Hyser Putman Smith Blaising Bradtmueller Lucas Total Field pts. Free pts. 66 39 44 40 18 IO ro 8 6 202 39 Uhr Illuturr Next year, although we will loose four of our best men through gradua- tion, we have very good prospects of having a winning team. Hyser, Null and Blaising will be the only regulars left, but it is predicted that several of the second string men will develope into good players. We will also have Pun Seventy-four a new gymnasium to start work in next fall. The gymnasium proposition has been a great handicap to the local teams for a number of years, but next year this handicap will be overcome and New Haven will have the best Basket Ball team that the school has ever possessed. illhmnrirz 1923 Ellie Ennrnannvnt The district tournament was held in the South Side gymnasium, March 2 and 3. New Haven and Churubusco were matched to play the lirst game. The New Haven lads started out with a two point lead on 'Busco and were never headed. At the final shot the score was I2 to 6 in favor of New Ha- ven. XYinning from 'Busco gave us the honor of playing South Side at nine o'clock Saturday. South Side proved too strong for the New Haven lads. The tirst Five minutes play was seein- ingly the only chance of New Haven's winning. New Haven started out with a strong defense and for the tirst tive minutes South Side was held to three points, which was given them tltrough the free lane rout. New Haven had a hard time getting her baskets to stick. Time after time the New Haven lads would work the ball under the basket. but failed to make the counter. On the other hand. South Side seemed to he playing in luck. and succeeded in making most of their shots stick. The game ended 38 to 9 for South Side. ' Pai! 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This proved to he very -xeiiing :I r the fans. because the score was tied several times. Xlonroeville wi n the game hy a narrow margin. 'lhe next game was played with Harlan. This was a one-sided alfair. 'i he locals proved to he in a superior class to the Harlan aggregation. i eo was the next and last team to lower the New Haven colors. 'l'he hzitting eyes of the locals failed them and they lost the game. 'I he last two games were victories for New Haven. XX'hen Harlan eame here for a return game the locals again provefl their superiority, win- ning easily. 'lihe locals journeyed to NYoodhurn for the last game of the season. 'I his proved to he a close game. 'The score was tied in the last of the ninth. when l'ut1nan from New Haven knocked a home run and sewed up the game. The Lineup: Hyser-P. lihinger-C. Bl'11CltlllllCllCl"-ISI' B. Schnitker-:nd B. Putman-3rd B. Daniels-R. F. Bell-C. F. Null-L. F. Lucas-S. S. D. Blaising-lf. C. Null-U. A. XY. Heine-Coach. 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New Haven High School - Mirage Yearbook (New Haven, IN) online yearbook collection, 1943 Edition, Page 1

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New Haven High School - Mirage Yearbook (New Haven, IN) online yearbook collection, 1944 Edition, Page 1

1944

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