Newton Community High School - Nu Kom I Yearbook (Newton, IL)

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. E +1 i I4 u 1 - - V1 . 511,71 Avg- mf- K . .5I52fM2f". A :V Q . .' 1- ...fAi1,g54:L,,A5-1-,.'. t 1 N M Nuknmi Bnlume Eight fuhlisheh bg Gllasz nf 1923 i ', N. az. aa. 9. I Newtnn, Jill. ' 'we .1 ., 'NE O 'U 50 E 'fa M V5 VJ Q.: 'xx Q9 -2 ls Q. U V3 'N 'U E -'Q f-w 2 'U D D 5.0 F f" 'Fi z J W . glfnreiunrh HAT we fumlsh a highway of re turn for all those who have passed through the portals of N C H S thxs IS our hope To gxve to the world a perfect plcture of the way we play, this B our purpose - i . . I . I ' U , I . . I 'Knowledge is power, and power is success" A . ,H as ' Y- pf' :- fi' i ,, SV E-.1fQ:aQ'45f' ' . .41 Y Character is the corner slone of all success ggeinraitnn To G H Sunderland N all lappreclatlon to him who has so trust by keeping the old school a p1cture of harmony both hterally and otherwlse we dedn- cate this last remmder of the class of 28 faithfully 'kept the . , . 'After the battle the rewanf' Lui H , u ....... ...., lm N! v ,, f -L . , ff If , ' f f' - W A , ' X - ' +N-b- .P1-?-,ff-w Q51-ff.7'X N H1111 INT X X f- f ki z Q z 4 ,1 I ,, , R! ' WA 'N V X1 I ------M XA XX yy Xfi N XX A 1 v xx A xx xx Nr ,x fN N! N' 1X fx ' V X' !fXI A V X1 KN KN xx X! fN fx- X! XJ 1 fx A t ' xy Nf ' fx !N X! f fx fN xx X1 fN xx Nfl Nfx XX X, A i K, V' X X N Nf' I XX L X1 f N I w IX X N' 7 fx 5 x Xl' , f N fx 5 "Lay flown your hammer and boost" N! fx, N Nr ' I IXL v - .. -7 ' . 1 X X -A 75 4 ,N QQ- Q ff F41 f Lux , X A 2 Q2 44 1.f if Q L Page Six IX fx f x l w X XF' X-s 1 '- Nuluunf X Q1 gf ,i NMmmISwH "Give lo 1116 zrorld llze Ines! you have and Ihe besl will come back In yoli' ,N . 1. ,..- Y, ,L,f., -P,w+Q-pPL.f ,f4J41 yf4W Page Seven f , K N I X 1 1 KN X! fx X! X. X fN X XX N 1 X! v A X! XX NX I x xf 1X i x x I x X X X! XX X fX J X IX fk f 5 -1 '31, . -g"f, Di --uv .vga Lugz r Y 4 ,A Q J t f av 2 ii? F, 1, 1" i 5 L. sr, 5 ,L , . T' e e - F Q is-fp-4 Hy-4 r-4 Nu nmr V Y . Ax A lv A Y IA Q Y Hx lv A lv A Un the Snhpnl EUHIEI V . As the Class of ' 8 draws near the A end of its journey hrough dear old lv ' N, C. H. S., it is o devout wish to A show our sincere a preciation of the V several members of our eficient and A ever ready School B ard by dedicating ' this page to them. e can say of each V and every member t he has shown 4 to the utmost capacit , his kindly inter- V est, by his earnest e I rts and obtained ' A successes. n r r V It is our sincere esire to be able 'J' in the future to re that high goal iff which will prove to them that their I JN efforts in our behalf :have not been in 1 V vain. A f V 6 lv - by lv W Y I A Lf, r . "Be sure you're right, :then go ahead" Cji5Cfiri5ib-C Jqygygigggrj . ,t -.i , , J., . 1 ' sh , ' ' 'f ' Y' H 1 'z xi tvlu Z hi Al i W I -k Y VY "lL..i Q-sf W-M L: n J t MZ. - A . , L- 4 5 f 2-J 5 u-g 1 w-Q IIIUIIIIT 4 if-Q2 -4 il f 2 4 N ,xg 1 N! ,X xx! V V1 xx x'N X! Nf 1 xx ,x A I X, X! A XX xx xx lxxx fx XX xf X' xX xN N gf X! :WN A VI V xN fx X! Nxv fx 'xx F ' z 1 v P fN X! V ' xN lfx X! .XJ XX IN X X xi ! I N!! X A xx V xx A xx xx X A 2 X xx N7 : ., . xX Jx V xx A xf xx H A A xxx xx I xx ,fx NV xx fX fx x "Knowledge lll youth LS mzsdom m olrl age lx N! fx X x X! 'xx fX !X VI xx -X, ' "W x x Y ' W .1 - X A ' x f l.x QQ i 4-5 x.f 4.2 K-7 Q., X i LJ i.x 4.x 1.2 if x.2.. X , N KN A X X X . N " N! EN V XX, XX fx Xiu XX fN go, rm: 2-1' if-1 Nulurmr 4 H 2 for is of 4 Q 4 gk V lv Q 3 U f J , 1 1 N I wi l l xfl fy! V ! 3 X!! l Rf .Nj Y FX 'l fx l W BLANCHE STEPHENSON GLENN H. SUNDERLAND, B.S. 'sf' Kansas State M. T. Normal S. I. N. U., University of Illinois qi Latin and History Physics 1 Nfl "AngPls could do no more" "How about a little music, professor?" is V W LEONA VILLARD. A.B. HANS GUTEKUNST, A.B. k l University of Illinois Illinois Wesleyan English and History "Ol what a woman-hater am I!" XL I "SuH'icient proof that only quality counts" Nl, i HEATRICE R. CRIMMINS. B.S. fN,y University of Illinois xf Commercial ,X "Some folks prefer taxis but Miss Crimmins 'y takes a "Bus", V 1 fX! l X, fx X xx 'X J x! V '4Look to the end, love, labor and laugh" JR! f, if l'qj5.gQfj3q-pfgfjgbql i2i?i2f.Qi2i?4x' Pale Ten L I Y 7 fe, X R D-I D4 5-7 Pflrllliiflfif Q 4 Fi 7x Fx if fi ll Nf xX 'X Nz X! XX X! xX Nz !N lXf XX X! IN KK XX Nz XX Nz ff Q X! - XX Nfl ' jx X1 XX LORENE SCHEDEL COOPER W. S. HIGHSHEW. B.S. Illinois State Normal University University of Illinois N! , Commercial Biology and Chemistry fx "As gay as a lark, "Blessed be the tie that binds, N! From dawn until dark." Especially the marriage tie." A X! JEROME A. EMBSER, B.S. MARY LUCILE BAYLES. B.S. fx University of Illinois University of Illinois N! Agriculture English x "Speed laws are to be broken," "One who has willingly suffered with the X Friendships are things to keep." Seniors in English in order to impart to ef them some of her vast knowledge." l A N! ELIZABETH DAKE, B.S. OMER .M. jl'0BlAS. .B.S. . A James Milliken University Umvefslfv Of MIHBOUY1 N! "We'd like to say something nice, Manual Arts and Geometry But there's nothing nice enough to be said." --Triangles, rectanglbs, an of their history, A To this teacher none are a mystery." X! fx v I l fx V "Life is what we make it" fX Nr i Al Xfix i i 1 X 1 5 A- . f,f4,w?'iTKePf,ffFXEf -Di?i?i2i2iF'ij' Page Eleven J b5 iQ lE lifiu"' ' jj -- 1 Live pure. speak lrzw. righl u'rmz,L:" Page Twelve V'-'N N- ' " ' Aw ' I MM-W YM Vx R -- x , I -X I I I I I I ,li I I I I I 'Lila u I11zIfM I Y i P ,mim- I In In 1 ----- IL: Ip I I fx' Lf , IR X 2 ':'f FII I I I I I -Mx -..X nliup, skip and flunlf' ,,,. 3 I II-, I,I,, 3. I 4. V , 1 ' ,f ' X f fx If ' K ,f K we H- 1-L P4 ffl i-fl on uknmr f-X 21 f-L. H H L AN l , w l I fx 4 Xl , fx f E V I ly 1 A xL , xx Nf fX Fx! l gf 1 A lv, 5 fx JAN gf fl fX g'N, N! l. V NAI A X! N1 KN XX lx! X! 3 XX fN Nj 'xx A fy V xyfi fx IIN, x! A f A fx MADONNA MITCHELL DOROTHY WORLAND xf W "Madonna" "Dot' Nr ,X , "Calmness is a virtue "A fig for a care, a fig for woe, 'N I Not a complaint." Let the world slide, let the world go." xf V fx 1 A xx LUCILLE WILSON CHARLES COWGER Nfl "Cill0" "Charles" fx KN "The world knows only 'Bill' and me-" "Just another 'Country Gentleman'." 'Xfl V XX XL MEI-VIN BOLLMAN GLADYS KENNEDY X! N, "Hallman" "Kitty" jx A "How you gonna' keep 'em '-where he leads me, 1 will follow." 1 1 Down on the farm?" N! X! fx! VN, DOROTHY LEE xy nnotn N! fx "There wasn't a minute w 'X When Dorothy wasn't in it." X! N! fxx l ' l fx A N! Xl ,fx fx ,, . . . ,, N! V A knavzsh speech sleeps ln a foolzsh ear A v i XX! xx X , I I Y Y 1 .L -YNYY Y- ---W 1' V fx f x 1 x fzx x f f"x 17.41 1-Q f- L f-x rj! 5.x-ff ?""i , Q,! N ,.f x.-,f 4 , N f Yr x f x f f x 1 X I X 1' X J Page Fourteen 4, XfX!,fX!X!XQ fxfxfxfxfx 5 .2y1?!"lyg?-cfpi-5!gFi:u-:fi '- I H-f'1r-' -"- 1 1 f , X6EiDfb4E4K Llltlfmf - !x!X!X!X!X HELEN ACKLIN "Helen" "A head for business. And an eye for fun." RACHEL TOLA ND "Rachel" "True to her work, her words, her friends." MARGARET ACKLIN .-Mann "I find whene'er I start to study, SCOTT CUMMINS "Scottie" "My hair is red, and what is more. To tell me so won't make me sore." Cl-IERRYL MeCOLLEY "Cherrie" "Blessed with plain reason and good sense." VIRGIL CUMMINS "Virgil" "I just adore the company of girls." That ways are long, and roads are muddy." SAMUEL RAGSDALE nsam., "He has no time for girls or fun, A mere diploma is his aim." HAZEL McCRlLLIS "Hazel" "Higher grades she oft does seek, And to boys she seldom speaks." "Life is just one bell after anotherw ' ' 7 x Y, V 1 f 1 x 1 X I X I X 1 .1 X I Xe,l l X I X I X I X I X X Lf PII! Fifteen XXX! X fxf xl X V f-' 'S-s is-J f-U X-f Nuktrlnf H 5-415-44 2-4 2-4 4 i l if If M ' Nl M A iiiii v 1 v 1 ,X w A' V Iixf i A 'fl i v if 1X N 3 Nf .V i X f jxx 'Nfl Rx! A fl xx X1 zx iN! ! X! . f- jx fx X! of fN lfx l 1 V .1 fx XX i BERT!-IA HETZER MAXINE LEFFLER X i H 'ei-than "Maxine" 7 NK J '-My Sweet, disposition, "No less studious than a good Senior fX should be," xg Is my greeting ammunition," X! i vi l ' i W BERNADINE CUMMINS ' 'X HENRY KLUEG V 1 ' --Heinyv "Bernadine" Xf A l l --A real athlete, a friend so kind, "A box of Powder and H Duff. i ! 'X Give her a beau and that's enough." xf w Such a mixture is hard to find." ,x Y i fx J, Ni i MILDREU BARTHELME GUY BAYLES xr 1 "Mildred" "Cupid" ,X fx X "Her home is in St. Marie, "Life is long, but I am short." 'XX' X! She's not so saintly as she might he." ' XX A xf X! CLELLA EVELAND DELORES LEWIS ..Cieii.,. ..Dory,, A fX "Life is too short to accomplish the things "Short, sweet, talkative and smiling, X! N! i uf which she is capable." By these traits you may know her."' ,X X' xx X! i xx f X as 9 - - w - ea XM! V Lets climb higher, .Seniors fx fx X! xx 4 fx KX X! L- V 2:7 ' Y-VV , x Y-77, V ,Y ' 1 T A- ' .i.7-,Q-s.J-4-5-4.-KAN-xg-43-4255-fmf-4 ff-4 f+ 2-4 fw f-4 2-C 2 Page Sixteen XX 1 X" ir . '- nu 1 e f" ,V w 'H ' " Y 77 ' 1 ew-if 51 if-1. em PQ K Nuknmr ff-4 H fi ,-1: fs , 1,11 1 ff - - 4- 1 lv 1 ,. ,X 1 X 1 -, W 1 " 1 'X N yi X f 1 x 1 xr , ,z x 'N 11 1 VN Nr . V A W 1 J 1A 1 fx! LYJ ,f X x I. 1' V X fx XT! J 1 5 jxx Xxx ' 1 1 K1 s- 1 fx ' 1 1 ,x ,1 1 , 4 N fx ARCA FIELD JUANITA CANTWELL 1 NARB-, "Pete" x f l f "When smiles and wit such secrets tell, "Has the last bell rung yet?" 1 Do you wonder that he fell?" 1 xx 1 of 1 1 1 x 1 1 1 Nom. ELLIo'rT lf X1 x I .mssm DERIXSON -'Now' 1 K , ...I - .. 1 X eagle "There's just one girl in the world for me." 1 "No virtue will help this student so much X 1 as close application to her work.' iw X I ELIAS wEs'rENnoRF ..Eli,. V! 2 JOHN "Hope the girls don't take advantage of Leap Year." , x "He'll win because he works." fi X 1 ' ,fy CORA CUMMINS I 1 N, RAYMOND MULVEY "Cora" elf' ' i Mulvey "A maiden as polite and sweet, 1 X i "Speak easy. go easy." As one would ever care to meet." W 1 KN I X, Y , X , z I , 1 , I cs . . . I an I 1 A A free perzod zs a joy forever ,rg 1 1 1 . N. . K ' X f 'X ' X X Q, x,.f 411 X-.1 X.f xi A N--- ..,. ----...il 1 111 ix 1.2 L LJ Lf 'Ls m4Q2"4-J .Xi H X Page Seventeen , L K , X f f x x X -. 'N ' X X ' - f M l f-. Q-K ff -fl A-4 Nulurmr X-4 f-fs 11 f-X V4 ,eq I, XX Wi -W N! fx X! IN X! fX X! fN N! IX NX AI N! KN X! 1X N! IX N! W, , ,X i xx fX EUGENE HESTER ALTA WIYATT "Gene" "Alta" N! "Fun and frivolity, "A clever girl with a cheerful disposition." IX Full of jest and jollity, That's Eugene." if RUBY TOLAND A .mssm warn: "Ruby" V "Jessie" "Not bold. not shy, , . Not short, not tall, fx "Her hearts not in her work, A pleasant mingling I 'Tis elsewhere." Of them all." N! fN MABEL HAZELTON MARJORY KEAVIN X! "Mabel" "Mari" !X "She would stop at St. Pet,er's call to ask "A rare combination of good sense and 'NJ a question." good fun." xXx xx! ROBERT COLLINS FRANKLYN BEVER X "Bob" "Beaver" l X "Smooth runs the water, "Good-looking and knows it, X! When the brook is deep." Knows nothing and shows it." ,X Xxfl XX l as ' ' 95 Nf A lwe wire never gets stepped on Xi fx fx X! A X! Vx X'YX!Xfv?-XXKXXY "xx 1 1 1'-fxlxf' ffxfifxifxfxfxfxf ifxixfxfxfxfxfxp Page Eighteen 1 f I: :4 D4eDrf 5 fl Hlwlltf A754 fi ' JAMES BECKWITI-I "Judge" "A hurdler of obstacles and other things." ELIZABETH CLARK 4-Lib.. "Shall her graduation dress be her weddimr dress?" ANGELA FITI-IIAN --Gina" "I really think that, sentimentally, I am disposed to harmony, but organically and saxophonically, I am sometimes out of tune." CYRUS DORAN -.Cyn "There's mischief in the air and in his eyes." ALICE BUERGLER "Alice" "She kept us on the h CHLORA COBURN "Codie" "True friends are frie RUTH WINTERS "Ruthie" "Quietness is a factor CHAR-LES McDOWELL -fem" onor roll." nds forever." of success." "Stick around a while, You'll learn." "Life is like a picture, so paint it welln X 1' X 1 X 1' X I X I Xl Xl x x g Yx'Xi2i C I X I X ! X f X I X71 X I X I X I ,c,x,4,42 , Page Nineteen . D K , ,-.+--1-do-l- -- -- a uknmr ff-4 f-X M f-a. ff P4 , 5 - .- A l I W Mud- ll M l L I 1 x z i 1 To v' l I A ,f Q li l ll of w ,. l l j l fx l I J ' l ' I-OREN KIBLER DOROTHY STALEY xx S HL0,-en" uspark., xfl "I love to study when there's nothing else --How happy 1 could be with either-'-we,-9 to do." the other man away." X! 1 x GLADYS RAGSDALE GORDON WAGNER Ll l "Gladys" "Gordon" ,Q "A small girl from a small town." "Be merciful to me, O faculty, until I re- L ceive my diploma." fl ' DOROTHY PRINTZ R --D,,,,,th,'- s1'3vL PRICE N , -.sibn "1 enjoy an occasional Lee-tee." X "Full of pep and always ready to smile N N out loud." i WILLIAM ARNDT fxm "George" MADGE HARVEY W ' ..Midge,, 1 "He seems convinced that basketball is 'the thing'." "A happy, care free senior." xy l l . . A "If you'd rise, dugg l Nr Al V"X - W rj' rx fix' fix 1' gx f X 1 X 1 1 ' J X 1 f -5 f -1 X-"X X X-, X,-4' X., X f X., if x ,' x 1 x f x 1 x 1 x 1 x Page Twenty L X , , X 4Xf:4w:::: NukUmr,4Hvcb4f4f lla. ' ' H. jx V aslf ml Testament As death draws near, we, the Class of ,28, being concerned with our eternal welfare, and not wishing anyone to fight over our valuable possessions, have de- termined to have our lawyers draw up the following will: We bequeath: Juanita Cantwell's excess height to Aubrey Chesnut. Clella Eveland's sore toe to Helen Dufrain. Dorothy Lee's excessive weight to Gerald Winterrowd. Mabel Haze1ton's right to make "eyes', at the boys to Alice Babbs. To the Juniors, the right to suiler in Mr. Highshewis Chemistry Class. Sibyl Price's brilliant answers in Chemistry to Cleo Fehrenbacher. Cyrus Doran's ability to tease the girls to Dale Harvey. Alice Buergler's highggrades to "Sooner" Dufrain. Dorothy Printz's right to the royal kingdom to Herman Davis. Dorothy Worland's punctual habits to James Kaufmann. Hazel McCrillis' talkativeness to Eleanor Boos. Dorothy Staley's right to write notes to Gutekunst to Georgia Waltz. Guy Bales' bashfulness to "Nuts', Long. To the Freshmen, the right to try to appear intelligent. To the Faculty, from the Seniors, the right to flunk everyone who "mur- ders the King's English". In witness thereof, of these wise and far-sighted dispositions, we hereunto set our hands and seal, on Friday, January thirteenth, 1928.-The Senior Seal. .lT Class llzlliistfory In the fall of 724, sixty new flowers were put in the N. C. H. S. greenhouse. Miss Mildred Stephenson was assigned chief gardener over them, and under her guidance they won victories for themselves and their school. ln '25 a new gardener, Mr. Tobias, became their protector. Again, under his supervision they flourished and grew strong, holding their own against older and wiser flowers. Miss Crimmins became their gardener in '26 and through her these flowers gained new dignity. Though several of these flowers were transplanted, new ones came to take their places, until in '27 there were fifty-seven under the guidance of Miss Blanche Stephenson, By her help and care, these flowers blossomed more beautifully until June, 1928, when they were called away from the garden where they had been benefitted so much, to blossom in other places. Alice Buergler, Sibyl Price. "Aim high and hold your aimi' I f3f?f,I'f,3xfi3f ,fbi IQ,D'2i?i Page Twenty-one ,ff 11f -ff91l.gF- :gg f-1-+4 Nulwmf 6-fi H ,f-i f-5 fi I XX Y V A AY ---'WM f . 1 e V fN J f' I 1 --+-km. X N X ' x iv, X lx f X w 4 Y 1 N ,V l, n ,, JN! QJ, U X1 Ill ,L my 1 1 L, N A LMI L, ! L ky wi! X gl NH? 4 h 1 ,Wg X 'g -rar' .J A X 'fx A . . . .. xx ' '71 free' pvrmzl IS II joy fo1'4"1fz'l' 5 K 1 fx W my W N I fx U ,.j.Hfy.. -f.-jg-qjy-4'N-, jr 4 J 4 gf 4 ,l X Q 1 2 fi 2 QQ- Paze Twenty-two X . L Vi YA Y l X f ' ff. -e e-. --s Q - e i. Ddlrkrrmr im U e Y I y l w l . :Q I l tea xx! I W l l t I N . BERTRAN RICHARDS 1 l l i l Ill ect iimeiavi V l I often wonder how 'twould seem i l If some cold day "Chinee,' would forget To come to school and start the steam, l N 'Twould be mighty uncomfortable, you het. ij And weld sit around in the coid and fret. l W, lguess no one really 'preciates V! 'All the things that "Chinee" does. Y l, He must be known all o'er the States, For he makes our school fairly buzz. L , With interest in our hand and such. lx L ', Anyway I wish to state N' l In behalf of the Class of 728, N That "Chinee,' has our sincere thanks I For all that he has done for us, And -for putting up with all our pranks. L I . LQ A ,, 1 "Keep a-goin' " V i X! X1 4- .f X ! x I X X X X ' f X ff YY"- Bertran was the only post- graduate, which the class of '27 left to us. He, better known to us as Bert, had a soft spot in his heart for old N. C. H. S., and he was loath to leave it to "e mercies of the class of '28 we have enjoyed having him with us and appreciate his interest in our class. JOHN GIRHARD 13- iQ-Qi-fjwjl-als-fQjP4.. 3-4 4-Q 2-4 f-1 ff ref- X-Q Page Twenty-three r ' il: gr. i v, 1 l A. I 5 v.+, S-1 lr :W if al, I ig. 1 1. ,I .v . ii F if ii ,g ,H F 1 I , I w 4 fx V fx , . , ---41-4-fy' .I V, fn, Q--A N Q P,,T:1nm?IGE,Fnm!pYlm V 9 -I L o 4a-cy-4:-4:-cv-4 ujmmfy-qw-cv-47-4 IA I V 9 A Class oil V A Dear Old Class of '28 Nz Our High School days are goneg A We shall embark in the ship of "Fate", lv And sail on and on and on. A We'll come to many a stormy sea, V Many dark clouds there will beg A , ' But through all our trials and troubles, V We'll remember the many bubbles QP Of joy in our High School Days. I -A. B., '28, fx X1 A Xll IN 0 9 X, senior A. no fc S A Is for Alice, Is for Melvin, v A senior so bright. Whom freshmen admire. A ls for Bever, ls for Noel, X, Who stays up at night. Who of Sophs doesn't tire. A- 6 Is for Charles, QE Is for ornament, V Head of our class. There are some in the class ls for Dory, Is for Price, A A gay little lass. The joke of the mass. V ls for Elizabeth, 09 Is for quizzes, A A classmate so dear. That make us despair. V f' Is for Field, Is for Ruth, A W'ho has nothing to Fear. With her wind-blown hair. V' E Is for Gladys, ls for Samuel, Quite gifted with Art. An algebra shark. I Is for Hazleton, A gambler of hearts. A Is for innocence, V. In all there's a. trace. A E Is for Juanita, v Who plays the big bass. A Is for Klueg, N, Who plays on the team. fx Is for Loren, Whose life is a dream. V U Ig for Toland, H One fair and one dark. Is for Us, The author of this. Is for Virgil, Whose life is all bliss. Is for William, In athletics he's fast. X Y and Z is The rest of the class. "Always look wise, the teachers can,t tell the di,0erence" -3f5i'l?C,.?4bill?ibfl' f:4Ji:,c:czi,t,C1 I' v rg 3. v .vb H 3 , , 11 . .4 4 F' - Y: " xg Page Twenty-four r w n T Ml x C N L I ,, L5 x W H if-A1 - T - f Nukmnf 7-gil-KT,-4Qi1q Y H, XM ff ey X X: 1 X, 1 1 WL, Il 1 'r IV W P X 1 b ' X! :..'- 5 4 2 f L ll I , .I J 'The only cure for love' i. I ny ' ' "L"' T1ij"'i?i "" ,f 'x 7 W-- , " ,H 'WWW -P x gg' 7 L14-ZA, K-fx. , g'dX, Xi 2 f5!b+f,jP -4-,y-C -au f--41 ,-5, Page Twenty fi .K Nuknmf iL1 v-Qlg f-f A x.. uSl?f'f7II'l lllllllgllls are always basin - ii fag-FQ yi-P-44"-Q-2'f4"Lf-i,JF'i.f Page Twenty-six V ? Ll! 1 I , 5 , x Q - A if 4 f Nukumf W E xx.: X a p 'I-.I 4 35 V i 2 5 fl IP I i 1 I I X w l f ll 3 l 1 WLT 1 1: Y U 1 lr 7 ,L l , IQ 1, , 1 LN I w , gg K I 1 N, .lx Q , U , g U l XY 1 IAN Q ' U U "JVl'1fl'l' pu! off lill Slllllllly ilu' llwnm you xlroulfl ln' ll'fl.1l.I1g ttnlly U J WW . - Y y V -- H F- ,if-- 1Gif-5-153-f3 Qf5li-CFf2BQcfC f53Xrg 5-gf Page Twenty-seven 'V1'l e -f 2 .f 5-4 p 4 sei Nuknmf Q iiFi an Q 4 :V 1 fx F Y Rf A Junior Class Roll Rf Lloyd Adkins Alice Babbs Esther Barthelme Eleanor Boos Clois Britton Bernard Brummer Aubrey Chesnut Leatha Clark Dwight Cooley Pauline Dougherty Paul Dufrain Neva Hall Vernon Hanson Dale Harvey Lois Hester Bernadine Hunt Alice Imming Opal Jones Virgil Jones Laurence Jourdan James Kaufman Harold Lelfler Francis Long Thomas Long Helen Lowe Cloice Maples Maurice McCormack Dean McDowell Lucile Nagle Inez Phillips Lucile Reed Vivian Romack Zella Ross Maurice Russell Bernetta Semple Bernard Strole Mary Jane Stroud Margie Tarr Leona Thompson Oretha Trexler Victor Wilson Gerald Winterrowd VI 1X N! Rosa Klier La Vera White ,N Lester Wolfe V ll fx fx! xf vl ,A 0 Q l Junior Class History v y A! Al We began to pilot our ship on August 25, 1925, and have sailed for nearly xx Yi three years. Although our crew was all inexperienced, it did not take us long to A 'br learn, and we steered our ship safely over the stormy seas of the first year. V ll N' 1 We started our second year with high spirits because of the preceding year's fx! f . X success. Though we encountered many hardships, we came out on top, because we V V were rapidly learning the art of good sailing. Ay J W x! N B this time the sea had calmed considerabl , and our third ear of sailin has N, Y Y y s A X been most promising. Although our boat is small, we are sailing along side of the lv K steam ships. In the coming year, when we have become more experienced seamen, V we hope to bring our ship into the golden harbor of succss. A fx N! V -Alice Imming, Class of ,29. WX! 4 xx V "Girls--Keep your eyes on the boy you love and thirty othersi' ,L fx X! 7 1 'N A: XX V Ng? K E Q 4,24-4.3 ij Lfilxfmb-Cb 4 5 2 4 2 f 2 4 2 4 , A 2 t Page Twenty-eight 3 I V717W'3i'w3A s Hf fif'WN6iIRr31ti mW -fiiHg1f Lx i'-V--"A 4' gint' '- 1 I w A, W x Q f N N V l W w I cs' j If Ill? HSI ll ru I I I Q f H-M- -5,Q5M- -V ...,-,.4 .L .. Page Twcnly-ni . . R . , 6-K mg 1 I ' f-' :miami fi-f 64 Nulwmf Q-VHJ-4 1-4 P4 First Row+Bernard Cummins. Howard Morgan, Fred Alcorn, Albert Doran, Jesse Jourdan, Clayton Wright, Hamilton James. Second Row-Dean Parker, Max McClane, Hubert Roniack, Kendall Romack. William Faller. Joe Wakefield, Maurice Imming, Forrest Boldrey, James Black, Oscar Swisher. Third Row-Della Read, Allie Hutton, Cleo Fehrenbacher, Anna Jenkins, Juanita Vanderlioof. Wilma Hall. Nina Graham, Aniee Whitehurst, Zola Allen. Fourth Row-Ellen Watts, Doris Burton, Ruth Staley, Delores Donaldson. Pauline Morgan, Lorena Hetzer. Iva McCrillis, Helen Conley, Clara Schedlbauer, Shirley Raper, Pauline Ellis, Opal Reed, Vera Clark, Miss Bayles, Helen Dale. I Fifth Row-Maynard Honey, Laurence Woodard, Donna Spelbring, Isabella Clark, Irene Worthy, Aldyth Hunt, Helen Dufrain, Hilda Hauk Florence Medcalf, Helen Jourdan, Sarah Danforth, Harrison Brown, Paul Carroll.-Wilmia Sims. S0pl'l10lIIIfll0lI"6 Glldtss lldlllSlt0lI"y Who can't say a good word for the Sophs? Nobody. We have "Dufrain,' as our champion salesman and Wilma Hall as our poetess. By the way, we have a girls' basketball team we aren't ashamed of. Are we proud of them? Why shouldn't any class be? This year, we have Max as President, Aldyth as Vice-President, Irene as Secretary and Treasurer, and Miss Bayles as sponsor. From the beginning of our high school career we have striven to do our best, even though last year we were so green the cows wouldn,t eat us. With Miss Bayles as our sponsor, "We', intend to go through life with a "Can and Willn spirit. -Helen Conley, '30, "A man who can make a girl blush nowadays is a geniusn ' m 1 vl K, . . qyxxgvqbfbibibf, j4?4?4lil1?'X! Page Thirty 1 7 5. A - X- -f L4 Nxfknnr? 1 19 1 2 X f r X iw, LM V : W 1 , ,xr N31 mfi MU ,Ng W1 ,I U 17 'I 1 N N Q, KW Vs x' A 5 f V Q v vsfwm 1? IX YA - 11 I T H1',l'lC,I your Il'!IgUII In a smr. Keep vour seal mul llzvre You me s I i AJ lx 11' if 4-5 XT 'Q --X Page Thirty-one l IN j'Tie-i-ji-I-is-brief ulurmf fffxviz me ,ei for ,ei t fl N ' , ' xx W f 1 x wt! fy, , l. t s' it . X fx 1 1 L4 A X1 N I 1, I I LJ ,fx 1 I l sf , l l Ixlq First Row-Glen Vanatta, John Dougherty, Robert Beckwith, Albert Songer, 1 if Grover Romack, Harry Sims, Jesse Woods, Lowell Drake, Roscoe Jack. ,M Second Row-Edwin Lee, Lucas Smallwood, Francis McClure, Woodrow Jourdan, 3 l Floyd Kincade, Arthur Cornwell, Burton Acklin, Ross McClane, Edward Rohr, William Q ' Spencer. i ,fs Third Row-Anna Swisher, Mabel Semple, Harriet Love. Georgia Waltz, Isabelle l I Kasserman, Georgianna Reis, Elizabeth Batman, Rosalie Yelvington, Bernard Mar- y shall, Herman Winterrowd, Beulah Burris. 1 ,'N,1 ' L 3 Fourth Row-Lorenzo Zimmerman, Victor Phillips, Harold Strole, Roland Clark, A Howard Jourdan, Fred Wolfe, Herman Davis, Paul Watts, Robert McColley, Mina N Hanna, Julia Danforth, Hans Gutekunst.. l Li, Fifth Row-Donovan Riley, Maurice Belcher, Ruby Parker, Kathryn Kirkpatrick, T Georgann Hinds, Janelle Cline, Martha Maxwell, Ruby Cornwell, Eulalie James, Lorna 5 Ross, Florence Rubsam, Bernice Tate, Nina Wagner, Mildred Franke. l L , -ii. llrresbman Class History 'lx We Freshmen assembled August 31, 1927, to begin our high school career. N" We were about fifty-four stron , but some of us uietl walked out, leavin fort - I EI fl Y Q Y nine. I X We chose for our class officers: Herman Winterrowd, Presidentg Fred Wolfe, X I Vice-Presidentg Elizabeth Batman, Secretary and Treasurerg Hans Gutekunst, Class X' Sponsor. Ni ' We chose for our class colors: Green and White. Several of our boys enlisted in athletics. X A We hope that the upper classmen will not consider us as green when we enter N the ranks of Sophomores as they do now, ' V 5 , -Martha Maxwell, '3I. l , N , ' "S eed limit lhrou h lhc halls, thirt miles an hour" f P 5 9' ! 1 v 3 "1 has M, ,l M . ,,-,.cL. . . , i-. . LL- ...Lfsy le -Qsee.i,sJ.:f-41s--,LH 3 KD-4'.-4795-1-1-fMf77r'47TEili Page Thirty-two so W Q k, f X Exist?-CSIEX UUJITT f'x?xfxftfsffXE1l K' ll D it occattitotntat epanetimeintts ,X A great deal of interest has been shown in the Commercial department during V this term. The enthusiasm along this line of work seems greater than ever before. ft-- We have had a new course added to the sebedule this year, the first semester of v which was Business Arithmetic and the second semester Commercial Law. The fx Typing classes have made marked progress, and several speed tests have heen held tv on the gym floor before the assembly, so that the typists might become accustomed A to being watched. xv' The Shorthand class has also been popular. and some of us wish that we had A taken Shorthand, especially when we see notes being passed around, written in those lxpl queer characters. Bookkeeping has had its share of interest. and from all of these classes a large Commercial Club has been organized under the direction of Mrs. t' ' 1 n I u X Looper and Miss CFIIIIIIIIIIS. n 'W I Q 1 fix Wltli Mr. 10151215 as instructor. the students in Manual Arts classes have ad- lx! vanced splendidly, and it seems as though some good carpenters might be produced. X X , 1-T T iii Xf! IX f. . . Ag Aetuvntnes V fit The Agriculture Club is doing a splendid work this vear, with Auhrey Chesnut i . Xu' as president, and Maurice Russell as secretarv and treasurer. The club has a . . . . A y. . A, splendid reeord in the judging contests, Last year Loren Kibler was a winner up in the state judging contest in the beef cattle division, Cloice Britton in the poultry if division, and Laurence Jourdan in the grain division. fs f ... ,A - , l 7 sf fs. lv tjx-l l l .V XX xr t I sf fiX! Xffl XX! l V fi "Before us lies the timberg let us builtin Kc yi -s -ss,-M.-s-e-.,e--uH m M me s--ss.tf,f S 2 X X 'X X LD QQ 4-5 2.5 5 , as 4 2 4 1 4 ,f 4 2 4 ,fswie fuk Page Thirty-three fkfk -x,c, t :fran-abate LILTmffy5arbibib4,iX The Ag Club held its second poultry show. There was a good attendance, and quite an interest shown in the interest of the poultry industry. Last year several bushels of Krueg corn were put out to the boys in the Ag Club. They returned two bushels for one this fall. The class in Farm Crops se- lected from the project plots of Noah Bunton and Kendall Romack about twenty-five bushels of this corn. This corn was brought to the school where it was properly dried, then tested and graded. This year some of the corn will be put out as it was last year, but there will be twenty or twenty-five bushels to sell, which will help swell the pocket- book of the Ag Club. This year the Farm Mechanics Class is building a five hundred chick brooder house. This will complete the poultry equipment., with 2304 egg Buckeye incubator, a live hundred chick brooder, and a two hundred hen laying house, Next year we propose to put initrap nests in our laying home, and start a pedigreed flock. The boys in the Animal Husbandry Class prepared a pen of their Rhode Island White chickens, which they showed with a pen of White Plymouth Rocks, belonging to Maurice Russell, and a pen of White Minorcas, belonging to Robert Beckwith, at the Crawford County Poultry Show. The boys came back with the blue ribbons in all three classes, and Maurice wasn't satisfied with a ribbon, so he brought back a large silver loving cup, donated by Hon. Len Small for the best pen in the show. Not being ready to quit, the boys decided to go on to the Lawrence County Show. Robert Beckwith won a ribbon for the best hen in the Mediterranean class. Maurice received all the blue ribbons that he could carry and the Rhode Island Whites brought back their share of premiums. . The Ag Club motto is '6Bigger and Better Banquets." They surely demonstrated it when they invited their Dads in for a feed on December 2, 1927, to the sixth annual Father and Son Banquet. The Girls' Band, of which the whole school is proud, furnished the music. The Home Economics Club prepared and served the banquet. PROGRAM Toastmaster .......,..,.............. ........,....,.....,.,......... .,............ G , H. Sunderland , Address of Welcome ...........,.,.......,.,.,,,.., .,...,......., W illiam Houser Music ,..,,,................,......,.........,..,,.......,,..,i....,,.,.......i... ....,...... A g Club Quartet The High Schol Poultry Project ....,..... ..........., D ale Harvey p N County Calf Club ......,,.,i,.,....,.,..........,,,,.... ......,..., E verett Russell V Reading ...,.,,,.................,.,. ,............ A lonzo Brown Address ,,,,,,..,, ........,. C arl Colvin N! h XX fx xf "You can't make headway without headworkn X v V fX r 4 ibfurfzfryaizfvfzbygcx . 51:4 tp Page Thirty-four W ox-W g.z-Q-W -Y-Wg-fl W 11 ku nr r fo?-43-1 W of-5 ro W W W W W W KW W W WX W W L W' X W W W X W V W ,-N W W' W LN! E, Wff' rx WX, ,W'N W W W WxfW W W W W W XX .X V, Wfx if W W fx W Wo, W W W WA l f W W W 7 W fx W X! W ,fx W I W vW V A ,fx v fx ' v IX Nw' 1X I W W , W W X, W 71? X! WV N vj "Honor lies in honest toiln W. W W! V X! W ,L W W Who V o- ' i- 'Mg oo ooooo oo W'g-q-- MMA'-" 1i""""' Woo W W 435 -X-W--WX-WW-X-v+3-4-P-. 3-Q-43-4315, Page Thirty-live its-' H H TR rf-4 2-4 Nukmnf H Eff-4 2-4 H 4 I I LV i l mY ' ,ix W K, W f l ' i .X l ,f 1 IX lt! IAN i X 1 IA I me A xf fx Home illEfC0llllUll'lI'l1lllCS xx , N About the second week of school a livel crowd of forty ffirls met in the Home V y . c H , l Economics room to organize a Home Economics Club. Girls from all four classes X were present and the following officers were elected: fl President . . Dorothy Staley ,ml Vice-President . Delores Lewis Lf' Secretary and Treasurer . ,, . Hilda Hauk IK An interesting program was worked out for the year. The girls decided to take K7 i up embroidery work as a club problem, since some active work is required. A The meetings, held on the last Thursda of each month, are as interesting and ri Y cw V' different as a committee of enthusiastic workers can make them. They are a com- fb bination of a work hour and a social hour and each girl is required to serve on a xl l committee sometime during the year. Our October meeting was a Hobo Partyg our A l December meeting was a Christmas Party, and we are going to entertain the fathers NV, and mothers at one of our spring meetings. At this meeting some of our work will A be shown and our parents will be given a chance to see how beneficial the depart- Vl ment is. ' ,ef Our second annual food sale, held the week before Christmas and several ' V banquets were financial successes. we N The club is under the efficient supervision of Miss Elizabeth Dake. lv -Dorothy Staley, '28, ,,-Y V "Success comes in cans. Failures in 'cairfts' " fix, N! fN I , tid em-, V- . ,Y " ' A 4 4. C?QPi?i:?iEiFQbf., by-42-Qr-af-ff-QQHJ-Q Page Thirty-six V f f f :-45 : ev-1 v f K kluktrmf Q 4 F151 C2 it 1 X K 1X 1. 2 JN -- f VN l Xi' ,"x l ly, X. l fi XX: v' fx! x I ,fxx X! ,IN X! fx I ' xy it ,X ominnteicciiall Cllulh C In October a Commercial Club was organized, under the direction of Mrs. fx f N Cooper and Miss Crimmins. ,fx The following officers were chosen: f i X' President . Dorothy Staley LW Vice-President . . Maurice Russell l , N . Q ' Secretary and Treasurer , Alice Buergler i 1 li Chairman Program Committee . . Dorothy Lee KX f l ,X ' It was decided to hold the meetings on the second Monday night of each month ' and fortv-eight Commercial students, of this or previous years, signed up and paid' V ' . , k N their dues, after some work on the part of the Secretary. NA The club has held some very interesting meetings, including a Christmas pro- jx 1 gram. A certain amount of Commercial work, such as filing or checks, is taken up V at each meeting. Besides the active work there have been some programs and eats I worth mentioning. fX! Vg Although the Commercial Club is a club which has not been carried from A l year to year, we feel that it is a worth-while organization. If you donit believe that X, 1 it could successfully compete with any other club in school, just ask someone who ,X l belongs. V -Dorothy Staley, '28, A i V "An unprepared child llTl'B!IdS the belln i I AN K, N1 -X Q5 ,ir-5 Q51 X qlx CS ff jx 4 2 4 2 1 1 4 Q 1 F4 Q Page Thirty-seven Nu1uJnrf X, 55215-X' M ff j 1 5 f Tj f K ' L l W I l R. Q , K Y, L L v X I 1 1 I I f N. X xx 1 1 f 1 N w ,I r i Hustle is in the head. noi in the feet" M 1 RL! . V., ,M M, M ww - -g-J, ....4 N--.pfifzayb-fl.-Cfc -f-4,-+--, Page Thirty-eight ,f Ax N! O X x L J 'N Lf W fx x XX fX X! X X! jX fm X X T w I B X... 3? A ,-xx -.4 Nuknmf 1,54 f-1 vw Vi ,I A A - w X FV N 'Y NI H w X X I 4K1 an 1 I7 I V 1V J l X11 lv J 1 LV I gil H kw K I X F L 4 H1 3 ,l H V Tj if 1?,CHUHi'5 f-4! N.. 'cA1ways aim 11 iglf' LXLP-,QP-Zxfi-4QIH.IL Q""- ' ' ggafx -Q A K 1 V -4 U I 4 tal X X X Xl xf i l if-for w-.4 v-.5 2-f 5-cv-4 Nuknmf Q 4 7431 si 2 4 Q 4 " . C.. H. S. Bamll One of the most important of our musical organizations is the N, C. H. S. Band, under the efficient direction of Mr. Sunderland. When the band was first organized the members were all boys. but this year the number of boys is decreasing and the number of girls rapidly increasing. We have just started giving annual concerts and are expecting to establish a precedent by buying one unusual, high-priced instrument each year which will be- come the property of the school. With the proceeds from our concert held Decem- ber l5, 1927, we bought an E-Hat Tuba. By buying the unusual instruments wc hope to make the instrumentation of the band complete and establish a permanent musical department in the school. We offered a party to the class selling the most tickets for our concert this year. All of the classes worked hard and the Juniors and Sophomores tied. They were given another day to break the tie and the Sophomores, after a desperate battle, came out ahead. This heated contest made the concert a financial success and gave the band and the Sophomores an enjoyable evening at the party. The silver cup which was offered last year for the greatest individual improve- ment was won by Lois Hester. The contest to determine who shall hold the cup for the coming year has just begun, For permanent possession the cup must be won twice, and Lois is working very hard to win it. However, we fear she will run up against some very stiff competition, for the cup is a handsome one, and every mem- ber of the band seems quite interested in winning it. NA thing worth doing at all is worth doing wellw Vl.. ,Y --if - e ffx-ffX2PfXfXi5' Biiii-fiPi2i7'ifQP W, 1 1 if x Page Forty ws' X 2 4 2 Q-4.2 ulwmr Q 4 Ei ki f 1: f Q Q 4 xx! y N! fx fx, q X! X' xx XX X! Xf xx AN xx N7 xx fs 'xx Nx A XX X! X! xX N xx X? X f xx l l V N l ' XX A xx Xx ,X N . X! V Il l G' all lil ll 'X A nie in s wanna N! 'F Uur Cirls' Band which was organized last year, under the direction of Mr. xx fxi Sunderland, has grown from twelve inenihers to twenty-six IIIPIIIIWYS. We had V I several engagements last year., and the compliments we received were not few. Our X first engagement as an organization this year was for the Father and Son Banquet, jx f our next, the Rotary Ann Banquet. We are making an eFfort to play a few engage- xx xx ments by ourselves this summer. A A, We have instruments in number and variety to make us eapahle of playing gf xx the same grade music as that of the N. C. H. S. Boys' and Girls, Hand. xx ,X Since we are one ol the few girls' hands in the state and are 99'2 York, we ' have had our picture in two different editions of the York puhlieity hulletin. of xx Al If we continue our growth, hoth in numher and ahility. we will expect an XXX! outstanding future. of Xx' i fX A C ornels- 7 rom bones- A, Zella Ross Lois Hester X! X lVlarjory Keavin lVlahel Hazelton fx A, Helen Aeklm 1-g,,,,'l,,,w,- lx! V Sara Danforth Gladys Kfinnpdv jx Jx Clmlgets- B A Tulm- Xfl V osemall' FWS Juanita Cantwell Bertha Hetzer I . ,N xx julia Danforth Sl1r1rzi.Il11'u.11iar1J .Xy1arlm11lm- ix! een 0 N, Saxophone- We f Angela Fithian Bess Drums- f X' Aims- Cleo l7ehrenhaeher xx V Lucille Wilson Piccolo- xxx Nina Graham Marie Louise Cirhard X! V "Deserve success. and you shall 00171171-llllli if: xxx N! fX l xx 1 ,f r A - . . fKjijii?ibi-bQbf X'x?'x7ixixi,j'L2f2 Page Forty-one - 1 - ri - I - uknmf lijggf-,I-if'.ff Q-Illll1"llS? Glee Yelvington. l l ROLL 1 I ltllizaheth Batman, Alice lluergler, Doris Burton, Eleanor Roos, Elizabeth Clark. l Isabella. Clark, Vera Clark, Helen Conley, Bernadine Cununins, Juanita Cantwell. 1 Helen Dale, Pauline Douglieqrty. Clella Eveland, Cleo Felirenlmaelier, Area Field. l Angela l4'itliia.n, Madge Harvey. Mabel Hazelton, Neva Hall, NVilma Hall, Bertha Hetzer, Lorena Hetzer. Lois Hester, Bernadine Hunt' Alice lniming, lflulalie James. Marjory Keavin, Gladys Kennedy, Rosa Klier, Harriet Love. Helen Lowe, Delores Lewis. Madonna lVIitehell, Cherryl lVIm'Colley, Ruby Parker, Dorothy Printz, Silmyl Price. Della, Read, Georgianna Reis, Zelta Ross, Mary .lane Stroud, Ruby Toland, Ran-hel Toland, Oretha 'l'rexler. Georgia NValtz, lflllen VVatts, Aniee Whitehurst, Irene VV0l'tllY. Rosalie The Girls' Clee Clulm, under the supervision ol' Miss Bla vhe Stephenson. was organized near the liegitniing of the f' -hool year. We have forty-nine nienilu-rs in our eluli. At our first meeting we elm-ted the following ollieers: President . lVlarjory Keavin Vice-President . ldlizalmeth Clark Seeretary and Treasurer lflizalretli Batman Librarian . . , . . . Alice Innning We also det-idecl to praetiee the eighth period on Mondays and Wiednesdays. Wmfdrlesdaly was later ehangecl to Thursday on arm-ount of girls' lraslietlmall praetiee. We made our first appearance at the Novenlmer meeting of the WillIlkl'liS Cluli. About 5:30 o'elock, Deeemher 22, we sang Christmas Carols for the shut-ins. The 3 st-hool gave a short program on the Friday afternoon hefore Christmas. and we Sang ' several numbers. We will soon liegin work on C0llllIlf'lll'0lllClll IllllSlt'. "Most of us lake our fun where lee fml if 1 i l .X-Q 'eiH.iQ11X-fi,-4. Q43-4 ,-4 2-W4 f-1 ff Page Forty-two Viggegffa-.-iefQNhknnue?f4:f,f1tehf Y ld rf 'ff i it KOEVS9 It CTP' Cgfiitllllib L L 1 H T, el 1 , tx , if I X V- E E N, ,ei t 1 Xt 5 L11 "X l I ,, 1 ,. - I if Hou, ,X llurolmt Leffler Ilzunilton James I12llll'l'lll'I' Rollin I Herman Davis Mauriee Ike-lc-her Fi-:ineis Long Harrison Brown Charles Cowger Vietor Wilson N James Kaufman Dale Harvey Franklyn Rever- i ,' 'Flloulas Long' Loren Kibler llernarcl Iirunun Q Gerald W'interrowd Melvin Bolllnuu Nlux MeC'l:ln4- L N Gordon NVaguer Paul Dllfrain Forrest Iioldrey V" Eugene Hester li9I'l112lll VVinterrow1l William Speneei K Mzniriee Russell Dean Parker hirtwgirml Rohr L i Rtlillllli Ulark N, fl uij The ineinlwrs of the Boys'CieeClul1 were at partir-ularly annlvilious hum-li. When 1 the 2lllII0llllt'Pllll'lll was made that the hoys who wished to helong to the glee eluh H should meet in Miss Stephenson's room. there was a large ltllllliwl' to respond. iN, v . . 3 . . I, , The eluh was organized early in the sehool2 year. it was unpossilmle for il Lt nuinher of the boys to praetiee the eighth hour after sehool due to football and ' huskethall praetiee, hut the boys were anxious enough for voeal training that they agreed to 4-ome to praetiee at eight o'eloek on Tuesday and 'l'lnn'Sday mornings. Later a double quartet was organized from the members of the Boys' Clee Clulr. ' 'I This doulvle quartet entertained us at the Christmas program. and were well reeeived. Rx ii , LJ1 M . . ,. N Lets szng 111111 he merry Vi V ik! 'ia that H Yu hut v1nfA.v,fte-f,fe,x,wQ a,tf LJ p - ,X 1-4 .dh ...X-L,..XV-'V gk X X, .At .45 Jag-V, Mio, Q f 5 Page Forty-three V A w Viig'-Q,-Tig- , Nulwlltf X, iw?-'13 4 4 , 1 f sw ' 4 ' N r 2 X iff Q .l if 1 , 1 l lxl I f , N ,JV 1 ,ji U xg l , V Ax I V N HX' xv, 'x xx V fx. N !X H NV, fx. X 'xr ' "Uh your stunt. don'L grunt" I w vi 1 L pwn M f7,,7,,A,,,,,An,,- 7 W, , ,, ,, W N K VJ 3 ix - -x , -X A . ,- - X . X Page Forty-four gg,-,LgdP',-Q--Q-,X-4, ,P-4 P---Q ,f-4 f-'Q f-Q 3-'Q A-ig at We L , 4:f::::y-fb!! LIlU.U1Tl'j4Dibi5i,42'l ATHLETICS .J .. 3-M1 f -as .1 olm FOOTBALL SQUAD REVIEW The football season of l927 opened with a very few candidates for the nomina- tion. There were only four letter men back, and the rest were very inexperienced. Our men were small, but they were willing to try. We had an extra hard schedule for a team with our experience. We were not very successful in "bringing home the bacon", only winning one game out of eight. From the first of the season to the last we always had tougher breaks than our opponents. With only four letter men graduating this year, we should have a prospective team next year. Football was made possible by the untiring efforts of our coach, Mr. Hans Gutekunst. He took our inexperienced team and by working faithfully and un- eeasingly until the end of the season, he made them into one fighting body. Al- though we were unsuccessful at first as to winning of games, he never gave up his faith in the ability of the faithful eleven. We felt that his efforts were well paid when we won the game from Effingham. This was a hard-fought contest, and both Newton and Effingham had a large number of rooters out. Mr. Gutkunst is at present coaching the boys in spring football practice and we hope to get a good start for next year. "Life is not' so shforlr but that Lhcre's always time for cburtesy y, I X x xfxf IXIXI r 1 ffxfffxffxlxvfxfx Qi?42i!iXi!ifXP Page Forty-tive 97 X ysfz-:rcs-fbfbffkfllklfmf 7-45-42-if-if-41 fx, IX! xx fx YN 'xx X! fx fx xx xx fx fx N! xx fx xx! xf lx? 1X fx xl Nf fx ' fx! xf X? !fN IN 'xf N! fx fx V X1 XN XN xf xzf IX xxx' V Vx: h IN fx xx lv fx IN X, X! X fx! xf V fx A xxx V xx A xx V! XX 1 V Nf fx! 'N lxf xx A fx, gf N! XX fX xf V fx fx xx xx fx fx "A quitter never wins and a winner never quitsv XY 'xr fy fx X! xx fx! fx! V .2:Di.?C.Di..P4..DiDiQDf4 cjy4:4:4f4Q4f4,4D Page Forty-six ...rf wi. . 'lg4'V""' "' " ' . ' L 'Zy-fb-45-cy-cb-Q PCl'1IlilT11TfD-47-4?-47-ig?-4?-if A J I s I A 1. Captain "Soonerf, Dufrain played at halfback. He made many gains by V V hard hitting ability, and was known as one of the hardest tacklers in the Wabash 'X A Valley. He was selected on third All-Valley Team by the coaches and officials. v X1 A A 2. f'Grover" McClarze played at halfback, and made a good partner for V V MSooner". He was our best ground gainer through the line. 'N A 'V lv 3. "Chick" Hanson, the yodeler, being speedy and a good passer filled the IN A fullback position perfectly. He was elected captain for next year. V N1 I IX 'N 4. nlVIoose" Vanatta occupied the position of quarterback, and through his V V good work we made many gains. ,fx A 'VI V 5. John Babbs--"Babbs" played center during the whole season. We regret ,A fi that he is a senior and cannot be with us next year. John received honorable men- J x, tion as All-Valley center. A V V V 6. "Heavy" Wirterrowd played at guard and tackle. Being the heaviest man IX A on the team, he could break through any line. V xl! ' A r jx 7. Robert McColley-"4Bob" was guard and tackle. Although only a freshie, V V' he had the ability and size to make a good fight. A N A v V 8. Maynard Honey-"'Sol" was a tackle, who knew how to bind their knees. A A We expect much of him the next two years. He received honorable mention as All- Valley tackle. V N7 fx A' 9. 'GWindy" Boldrey is known as our speedy guard in the Effingham game. V V A A 10. Maurice Imming played consistently at end showing up best in the V V Martinsville game. 'N A . xx V 11. Robert Collins-"Bob" came here in his senior year, and made a success A A at playing end and guardp lv 'V A ,X ex 12. Jesse Woods-"Palmer" played tackle. We expect three more successful xx v years of work from him. - A A xxx ,, 13. "tHeiny" Klueg played very little in his junior year, but played steadily A fx at the end of the season. xx 0 v ,X A xf V "Be good, do good, make goof' A A X, 2 V fX JH , xx i?fb4:554c:4bf-.:4Xf fx4:c:4:f:4v4:41 A Page Forty-seven X X X X X X f X f -fN1a'Xi s f-Xfxfx lIU'11Tf!if4C7iC?iP4fi' CHICK" HANSON Casey .A.,A,.. Olney ,.A..,,....,. Robinson ,,,,A,... ...........,., Marshall l,,..,....,,......,.,,,.,.. Lawrenceville Effingham ......,... ,.,...,,. Martinsville .....,.............,. Palestine .,...... ......... During our football season it was de- cided that the students witnessing the dif- ferent games should cast his vote for the player whom he thought played best in each game. After each game the votes were cast and kept in an unopened box in the office. Fol- lowing the last game of the season the box was opened, and the votes were counted. The football fans selected g6Chick,' Hanson as the most valuable player on the N. C. H. S. team. . Oblong lost a good football player, but Newton acquired a good one when "Chick" came here. Better lost than won. We are all proud of "Chick" and we expect to have him back with us next season with his good long end runs to help us win our games. aChiek" has never been one to give upg even in a losing game he fights with lots of pep. We think 4'Chick" takes as .his slogan: "Keep a' Coin," FOOTBALL SCHEDULE N. C. H. S .......,..,. ,......... 0 N. C. H. S .......,.,., .......... 6 N. C. H. S ..,,,,,..... .,........ 6 N. C. H. S .,......,... .....,,.., 0 N. C. H. S ............ .......... 0 N. C. H. S ..,,,,,..... .......... 1 8 N. C. H. S ............ L ...,.,,... 0 N. C. H. S. ........,, .......... 0 "He that builds beneath the stars builds too low" X 1 X ! X f X I X I X I ,X bf 5:42 zcrfyifi, I x 1 x if X Page Forty-eight L s 1 l ' x-,X 'X ! ' X , ' , x nf f . lp 5 Efs. X 5'-X S' f f X Nu r ff x 1 t 1 x rt 1 X f X 5 XV l X fu 'xx 1 N l KI X rf X' ly! l fel , ,L K X, ' L lv f .fx N kf f V X ,f fx I xx x ,nf fx px mf IX lx 1' l t xx , . P N' t sf W fx IX 1 l lv OUR BASKETBALL SQUAD XX x 1 l , p I ft l REVIEW X y Vt The basketball season o ered with more candidates than could he used. Coach P 'N Emhser selected tiilteen out of the fortv-six who came out. Amone' this ffroui there . rs 1- l V were more excellent Jlavers than could he used. indicatine that next vear we should l l . r- . X fel have a one hundred per cent team. There was some difficulty in getting the team lxf' 1 . . ,. ' Y Vg lined out at the first of the season. hut at the l.1ttle l6 lournament at Casey we fh , walloJed Greenui 27-l5. From then on the season was a success, winninf' two of l l x N r- 1, X our last three games. ' v i A., flx Coach Emhser proved very efllicient and games were hard tights. Our op- Nf V ponents had to fight for their victories. The lioys showed improvement under lVlr. fl. KX! Ernhser in each game they played, and as most of these hoys come hack we look lk . V forward expecting much from our season next year. IX A' ln appreciation of Mr. Emhser we would say that he hrought ahout a great X X f l . . . X" t improvement lll the team and proved to hc an ideal for the lmoys who worked under f "N l him. He has won for himself much popularity among these hoys which tells much wx of coaching and personality. . l l t l xx 3 i A i .. . . J ' Concert may puff rr mlm up. but never prop hz-nz, up v 1 ,l r ' W xf l ,lk l fl Ex ,Ylx fa A fi KT 'X 1 x 1 ii x di-1 'l, 1 K f 1 .Q 'X,., x--f x..f N..f x.f Ld LJ LJ Q1 L! X-f 'X 1 x. Page Forty-nine ,X 41:5 2: :fb-f7fJfN'LIliLTI11f Pei 747451 lx IXA JN, ' lv BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1927-28 V School Place N.H.S. Opp JN Dec. 7-Palestine ,,..,.... Palestine ......... ........,,,.. 8 26 Dec. 12-F lat Rock .,.... Newton ....,..... ............, 1 7 25 V Dec. 16-Sumner ............ Newton .,,....... ,.,,,.,...... 1 8 31 A Dec. 20-Oblong ,AA,,,...... Newton ,,,, ,...,.,,,,,,. 2 4 25 X, Dec. 30-Neoga ..,,,..,,.,,... Newton .,.,.,..,. ,AA,,,,,,,,,, 1 9 49 Jan. 3-Robinson ,,,,,,,.. Robinson ......... ....,....,... 1 9 27 fx Jan. 10-Neoga ............... Neoga .,........... ............. 1 9 38 V Jan. 13-Sumner ..........., Sumner ....... ............. 2 0 38 A Jan. 17-Effingham ...... Newton ..........,,... ...........A. 2 3 29 .X Jan. 20-21-Wab. Val. Robinson ........ ....,.,....... 9 36 Jan. 24-Greenup ,,4,,,... Greenup ......,..... ........,..., 1 2 18 IA Jan. 27-Flat Rock ...... Flat Rock ......,, ,,..,,........ 1 8 21 V Jan. 31-Oblong ............ Oblong ,.........A.... ....,........ 2 2 28 ,X Feb. 7-Effingham ,..... Effingham ...............,..... ...........,. 1 5 28 Feb. 18-Little 16 ......,.. Casey V Newton-Greenup .....,.,.,. ..l........... 2 7 18 IA Newton-Effingham ,..,........, .......,...,. 2 3 y 31 ly , Feb. 28-Greenup ....,,.l. Greenup ....,.l..,...................,........ Al.......,..., 4 1 22 Mch. 2-Palestine ...,.. Newton ...,,,... ...... ,,,...,...,.., 2 4 28 A Mcll. 8-Dist. Tour. ...Flora ,,,,,,.... ,............. 1 9 39 xl 1 INN l N! fN N N! lx THE INTER-CLASS TOURNAMENT The inter-class tournament, which was held on February 20 and 22, was a big event of the year. As usual much enthusiasm was shown and each class felt confi- dent of first place. Class colors were displayed in various ways. Some of the girls almost made clowns of themselves by wearing anklets, bracelets, and necklets made of crepe paper of their 'class colors. Decorating was started on Tuesday and each class tried to outdo the other. All were sports and no colors were torn down but some were covered up with colors of other classes. On Friday, February 17, it was decided by a drawing that the Freshmen would play the Juniors and the Seniors play the Sophomores. Everyone was now very much interested and excited and our lessons were forgotten. On Monday afternoon the first games were played. There was so much yelling and clapping of hands and stamping of feet that some were afraid that the building would cave in. The first games were between the Seniors and Sophomores. The Senior girls were defeated by a large majority, but the boys made up for this by defeating the Sophies. On Monday evening the Juniors played the Freshmen. Although the "poor little Freshies" fought hard, the girls were easly defeated by the Juniors, but the Junior boys had to fight very hard and they won by a narrow margin. On Tuesday everyone was very much excited and you could hear many versions as to who would win the tournament. The Juniors and Sophies were very confident that they would win. There was much hard feeling among the student body and "Marry an old maid. She may bark but she canft bitev x X! y xx 4 X 45 4,5 fb 47? Cb 17 5-Cy-4 Q-4 2--4 pa?-4 Q-4 ,X-4 Pale Fifty 4a-fp-45-eyfvw k1'tt1tUmfQ4sfor4,4f4f't some even went so far as to call some of the players g'liars" and "cheaters". Some accused the defeated classes of being so sore that they couldn't be friendly but we hope that this was all imagination because we want better sports than that in N. C. H. S. The finals were played on Wednesday. The losers games were played after school and the winners games were played in the evening. There was no admit- tance charge for any of the games except the two played on Wednesday evening and only an admittance of twenty-five cents was charged. The Senior girls were easily able to defeat the Freshies and very little enthusiasm was shown in this. Although the Freshies boys were little they fought hard and the Sophies had to fight hard for their victory. The games in the evening called .forth more enthusiasm than any other of the games. The Junior girls by extremely hard fighting were able to defeat the Sophomore girls. The Senior boys -fought hard but long before the game was over they had mentally admitted themselves defeated and the Juniors had an easy victory from then on. The Championship was as follows: Boys-Juniors, first, Seniors, second, Sophomores, third, and Freshmen, fourth. Girls-Juniors, firstg Sophomores, second, Seniors, third, and Freshmen, fourth. Although the Juniors took both the girls and boys games they did not seem to have the "big head" and we were able to keep them in the building. After the tournament was over all hard feelings were forgotten and the same jovial carefree feeling again circulated through the student body. TRACK Track opened with a bang last year with several boys coming out for practice. This sport becomes more popular at N. C. H. S. every year. The squad was composed of Raymond and Austin Clodfelter, who threw discus, broad and high jumps and pole vaulted. Boldrey, Wolfe, and Ives ran 50 and 100 yard dashes, Harrison Brown, the half mile, Eaton, the 2:20 and 4:40, and James Beckwith ran the 2:20 low hurdles. Newton was entered in three meets last year, their placing as follows: Boldrey placed fourth in the 50 yard at the E. I. H. S. L. at Martinsville. Beckwith placed second in low hurdles at the E. I. H. S. L. Austin Clodfelter placed second in pole vault and broad jump at the E. I. H. S. L. and at the district meet at Charleston. Three of the squad received letters, Austin Clodfelter, Forrest Bldrey, and James Beckwith. Boldrey and Beckwith are back this year. Newton is entered in three meets this year and should stand a good chance with several experienced men being back. "He's a good man wfwse intimate friends are goodi' XXX'Xf?lX!XlXl W xixixixixyq Q 1,xix1x,, fx 1 1 1 1 1 I Pllo Fifty-one 1 1 I w Mg- Q,'1- QH-gf--.QL"gf'4 Nuknmi I,-QLQ-gf-X,-,f-'., :W L 'YT Q if I L 1 I 1 l f V IW fm If H J? , 1 i w X X , ,' 1 IJ Q J 1,3 V2 If ,l, I V I' H 1 LAW Ijfh ,Q in U IV!! "Tint your own sky" J IM 13 U, Uig ,Q "" "" 'W ' 'wi'-"A"'H"" "W" f N grf lf13 fff1f X-Hivflw-L -H E314 5 fi Hg, Page Fifty-two .. .,.-.--.,., ....,,-.,, I - L 'izfsczxfcsct MftII111fQ4'bfb4bQk4,il xx ,X A Q gf Q The Eighth Wonder fx You have perhaps heard of the seven wonders of the world, "Bart-let-me" tell V you there's another. It was seen by us on our thrilling journey through "Eveland". fr I "Cant-welli' explain the wonders of this land, '6Wiy-att" was marvelous. f I Our first stop was at L'Hazelton,', where we met the aged "Printz" of "Acklin", A 1 who had once been a suitor of Queen "Elizabeth". We looked in through the open , l '5Dor-ann saw the splendors of the castle. We were shown through the castle, even Xl to the kitchen where "Rachel" and Sambon were preparing the evening meal. In zl the art gallery we found the famous "Madonna,' painting by "Delores". In the X l museum we saw the renowned "Beaver", and in the numerous book-cases we found W the original writings of "Virgil". The next day we visited his dominion where we if saw the beautiful "Ragsdale", the grassy "Lee", and large "Keav-in" which he il kept his wonderful police dog, "Heiny". f The "Whitman "Winter', had made the fields so muddy that we decided to leave N the next day. We went to the small province of "Cummins". Here we found ai f , small army under the guidance of "McDowell,', who was more interested in reading X from the Book of "John', than training an army. As we were not interested in ,X military training, we crossed the "Cowger" river, which was held in bounds by X. the "Coburn" dike, into a "Field" where there were some "Bayles', of new mown Il, hay. On these "Bayles" sat a very pretty girl, dressed very quaintly with a large a'Bertha" collar. She asked us many questions and told us that she lived in N 'fMulvey" at the foot of 'GHarvey's" peak and she offered to take us to a guide who ' would lead the way. His name is "lVIcColley', and I am his daughter, c'Hester", was N the quaint introduction of herself. bf When we reached the foot of the peak leading to the top of the peak, we were X stopped by "Kibler,', the old Hermit. He said that we could not go on until we f paid the "Price', to see his treasures. One of our party became angry and tried to F push the old man out of the way but he held his own and furiously cried out ,, "EH-i--ott" to know better. You can't get through here until you pay." We X were forced to stop and look at th old objects that were supposed to be stone from N "Collins', cave, a pipe of Pres. 'fWilson", a blanket of "Spark" plugs, a souvenir Vi from uScotts', Kennilworth, and the lost "Ruby', that was found by the famous A explorer, "Fithian". "Why these are as old as 'Elias' and can't be the real thingv, V exclaimed our party in one breath, but the old man was satisfied and let us go on JN' our way. V The next day we set out intending "To-land" at L'Worland". We had to cross p the "Leffler" river and as they did not have a ferry, all of our party except our precious "Kitty,' had to wade across. We were bewailing this because we were afraid that she would drown, but they said, "We will 'Wagon-er' across". We finally reached our destination and there we were stopped by Prince "Derixson". Though we did not know it the Prince was made a "Buergler7', a descandant of ' "Jessie" "James", the pirate. At first we were surprised at the way he would L'Beck-with" his hands. " 'Arndt' you coming in?" he asked. We were forced into '6Don,t try dying but die tryingi' -Xei.DCJi-?4..b4DQ, Q:4:.:::fg1fe4 ir- -- mug.. 41. --- ,. . f ......- -- 1- v 'V' W J' L A 4 5-1:15-fbrbikiltlllllttf a dark dungeon and in one corner sat Witch "Hazel", draped in white, gausy gar- V ments. The Prince thought himself a "Boi,-man" but it was later proved that he fx wasn't. The witch began to make the most horrible sounds and one of our party V took a stick and hit her over the head. She proved to be a dummy and our party A immediately rushed out of the dungeon. Upon our out-rush, the Prince became so V frantic that he killed himself. We plundered his castle and brought back many valuable articles. We left as trophies, the cups and banners which can to this day A be seen in N. C. H. S. . V fx V 1 --li A V ,fx Vlllhaltys What llidl Be llif ll Were You I I wish I were a dark purple pansy V With bright yellow spots on my pedals, A That'd shine in the golden rays of the sun V ' Like newly polished medals, A A So like me there'd be only a few, v That's what I'd be if I were you. A Ah! I'd be a big pink rose V And stand up by the garden gate A And I'd stand in such a poise, V That every passer-by would eye me straight. A So like me thereid be only a few, V Thatis what l"d be if I were you. A Better still! lid be a wealthy one, Z A great, wonderful, millionaire! hx But for the good or aid of low classes, Do you think I'd have anything to share? A So like me there'd be only a few, V That's what I'd be if I were you. WA V After all I'm glad I'm what I am ,N With only all I need, V And with the greatest gift from above A "Always ready to do a good deed". V So like me there'd be only a few, That's what I'd be if I were you. 'X -W. P. H. xx 1X "The devil owes most of his success to the fact that heis always on handy N! fN N! "fDi?ieDibi?i?fT jr-42-42--49-42-47-42-Q2 Pan Fifty-four and v-4 ttii p H 7-4 H H va A ' I 0 A D g xt Always W rries Where is he? What does he do? Are there many?. Are there few? Why be any? Whats the use? 4 Does he win or does he lose? He ll just stick behind the hush Instead of getting out to push He ll just worry to wad them up tight. Let things come as they scurry What s the use to worry? A F or an A What s the dif anyway. V e 0 at A V t 0 A , ' V . A 1 ' - l 5 ' V 9 fx And help make things go right, v IN , 7 Nr . 65 97 S6 9, fx n 9 ' 1 , xr A ' Take life easy, boys and girls, V Join the social whirl, Only once do we pass this way, A So, why worry all your time away? 'V g -W. H. fy, i v 1' X1 f The W ildl Rose By The Brook f A On this pretty green untiresome bed, v By the clear rippling water, A Where the grass and the wind play teeter-totter, , I, alone, nod my head. X! HN To the bright shining pebbles, Going so swiftly by, a I To the little bubbles That I accidentally spy. N, 4 A I stand here all alone, Happily on my toes, . V Watching everything as it goes, fx Even the slow, slow, decaying stone. V I Happy am I from morn till night, 'X' Wearing my delicate pink clothes, c- Molesting nothing, and ever so bright, ,X Just like many a "Wild Rose". V --W. P. H. , lx I V "Education is the capital invested for the future" fx Nl lxl i2Hbfbibi-DibFbi3fi el-4? ?iDC2i?4,2Q Xfifxfb-455 Nrlfltlllltf tb-Ctbfib-Q7-45-ii' Ghosts ll Slhoulldl llafilke To Meet I do not believe in ghosts, yet I should like to meet the ghost of Shakespeare. I should like to tell him that his plays were merely infants and that his stories were pikers compared with the ones we find every day on the front page of the Chicago Tribune. A little criticism might do Shakespeare some good. A meeting with the ghost of Cleopatra might keep some brunettes from dying of despair. 'cCleo, have you heard that fgeritlemen prefer blondes?' Doesn't that infer that Helen of Troy was fairer than you after all? lf I could only meet your ghost, the brunettes might again come into their own. As it is, we don't seem to have a chance." If I could meet the ghost of Bluebeard I would tell him that I, for one, had never condemned him. Many seemingly devoted husbands of today cherish a secret desire of doing away with their loving wives. The mis-guided Bluebeard had seven wives. To know. all is to understand all. "And you too, Hercules. Perhaps you held the world on your shoulders, while Atlas took a vacation, but could you Charleston for seventy-two hours? Could you sit on a flag-pole for fourteen days? These are real .feats of strength. No, Hercules, people donit hold the world on their shoulders nowadays, instead they keep the world at their feetf, ' "And Chaucer. If itfwas necessary to write a prologue to the Canterbury Tales, why couldnit you have written it in plain "United States". We wouldn't mind learn- ing it if you"d spelled things like we did. But you didn't and the best of people have a few night mares while trying to memorize your prologue in Junior Englishf' No, I do not believe in ghosts. But if there were such things and I could meet them, I would certainly not turn and run, nor would I be speechless. The Question As they sit upon the sofa side by side, Closer and closer he dothglide, At last the silence is broken, And these words by him are spoken, 'LI've had a terrible feeling lately, And I no longer feel so stately, I've a question to ask- But it seems more than a young manis task. live thought I'd ask it o'er and oler And every time it's harder than before. Surely, to you it is no mystery, A 9 I pray, what do you think l'm making in History? ' -Wilma Hall, 330 "Always keep your book open in class-it helps" ?fXfTEieZ'fbiI?ibfA' jyfxiyfxzcyiix is-, 'Plant 4 l3ifh1-ni1! v J' ""'W F-'-- 'Za-cv-fy-45-CP-4 PCIIIIUIJIII yy YN Q I A v I A , v X, The High School Cloelk A C Our High School.clock is a funny thing, I It causes all the bells to ring, y Ai It tells our -fate, V V Whether early or late, 'N A And to it many praises we'll sing. C171 V V iN A One day looked at the clock at home, Vl 'V I said, 'GI havenit much time to roam, A - of I'll be late, Pg V As sure as fate," V And I ran till my mouth did actually foam. A A t X, When I got to school I gazed at the clock, A The sight caused me to totter from shock, V For the time proved to be , V A Ten minutes till three! A v I felt as if hit by a rock. V A XN Next morning I said, V lv As I got out of bed, A A "I'll not hurry a bit V For there,s no use of it," V . A But I broke my word and ran mstead. 'A xl V When I got to the school, A A I started like a fool, lv V For the clock struck ten. A A I was late again! t , I felt as if kicked by a mule. V V fx 'N If I were asked what the world needs, V V I'd say that I thought the thing that leads A X Is a school clock that'll go, I I v NV Neither too fast nor too slow, But would stay somewhere near where the clock A 'N , N! at home reads. V H .- -Wilma Hall, '30 A A ' ' xx ,V A 'X I xx v A ,X gg - - as f t F aculty-most wzse, most learned, most everything N v ,X 'N X! V 7X A ,5-DC1D'QibCb4vC5-4 1c:4:c:cf:ir4jC il - ' Elie Fifty-seven 2 ,,x Q-LL? Nuknmf ff lll i Q5 Q4 H 5-f ,flgiiiw Mi l 1 l l Mu 'LV ' ! ll' l W M 4 nw If K l Y P A X A H , 1 IN X ' I nw , X!! xx: y 1 ,fxj 1. ZX Ex 1 U r xx I V A 7 ll ' I "Heavy dates are hard on small girls" X , W W I , l 6,4 Q, 1 fl af Q-, L A i Page Fifty-eight " .4 L , Xf?i?CeP-Q54 N711-hUIlTfPi?fDi?i?4,Dif My Little Hero I was in great distress and agitation, for I had found myself lost in the deep woods. I had been sojourning with my grandparents, I was naturally turned loose, though I knew nothing of that country. Nevertheless, I was lost in the woods. I could see nothing nor hear anyone. I could do nothing but sit on a log while the big, hearty tears moistened my new white apron. I had thrown my pretty clean white bonnet on the ground near the log. My dainty three-quarter hose were torn and I kept thinking and wondering about wild animals. Could there be any such things here? But they lived in the jungles. Sure enough! That was the most junglesome place I'd ever gotten into. All of a sudden I thought something was standing before me. I looked up and to my excitement, I saw a very manly, heroic, pleasaztt looking boy. From under an oversized, old, worn, and torn straw hat, his big bright brown, sympa- thizing, eyes peeped. His garb consisted of a very dirty dark shirt, blue patched overalls and exceedingly muddy boots. The "boot part" hurt me all the more. Here it was in midsummer and his boots so muddy. Where could he have gotten that mud? Was there a marsh near? Were the jungles that bad? And the terrible animals! How did I know what I had found, where I was and how to escape? Where were grandma and grandpa? The boy was silent while all these questions plus their imagined wretched answers flashed through my mind. At first I was so frightened I couldn't speak, but some way I managed to ask the boy where he had gotten into so much mud. 4'Oh!", he said, "You seem to be worrying about me instead of yourself. I'm all right, but you?" Of course, at that my heart leaped into my mouth. That gave me the im- pression that my life was soon to be taken by a tiger or the like. I replied, "I don't know where I am or ,how to get away from here. I am so frightened. What can I do?" He soothingly answered, 'cYou are in a pleasant place instead of a frightening one. I only waded the creek, and got my boots muddy. Let me sit by your side and explain all this to you." I could never reject doing a thing for a willing helper, so he sat down and after much chatting he led me out of the woods and pointed to my grandfather's house. As I ran through the door, into the house, the clock struck five. I had only been gone an hour. That hour was a very long, dissatisfactory one until my rescuer, as I may fittingly call him, accidentally came. From that point on it was the reverse, pleasant beyond words. I found the boy to be Bob Whitley, my hero, and never-to-be-forgotten friend. "Don,t stare up the steps of opportunity, but step up the stairs" x XXXXXIXIXTXIY JxfxYfx,fxfNmfifx xiLjQ-Pi..2QjLf Page Fifty-nine A- X Y 'rx X -r -fy-:acc-Q klltlwmr jiwsfvfmmff fX I N v Qllohnny lpulllls llt: Over As the loving minutes were speedily slipping away and the cushions of the sofa were gradually growing harder, she, the captain of the crew, recommended a car ride. What was to be done but to take her! Nothing. And this was Leap Year, he was wondering if she would propose very soon. He was praying for visa versa. So seated in the roadster, they were soon seeing the fence posts fly by and the other cars go poking, creeping, sneaking along. There seemed to be a funny air about everything, but the couple cared less for it. All of a sudden there was a firing sound of a revolver ringing in their ears. Believe me, they didn't think about Johnny being present to do such a thing. Sad, but true, it was he. They supposed it to be a racing cop and those things were only human and could not catch them. So on they went. Next a turn from the highway was suggested and probably carried out. The car stopped very fur from anywhere it seemed to them. He couldhardly think of a thing that would be wrong with a brand new Ford roadster, though, the gasoline tank was as dry as could be. Where were they going to get gasoline in such a place? They knew no one within ten miles or more, they thought. All this time Johnny, her kid brother, was snatching a good time from them and they didnit know it., He was comfortably located for extra hearing, but to see them he could not. However, the gasoline was produced, everything was now going on "easy streetn. Johnny had to sneeze and away it went. His sister heard him ever so plainly and asked her friend what that was. His reply was that as he didn't know, but was doing all the requirements for her sake, he could and would find out. At this part of the play, Johnny's heart was going 'Gpity-pat" so hard that it sounded like a pantin ganimal. Say! he was scared. What was to come next? 6'That's to be found outw, thought he. "Pm certain l can't tell. Iltis lucky I got this far with such a prank. Sis never will forgive me." Her friend discovered the noise all right. Johnny was there laughing plus crying identically. And she! She just hardly knew what to do or think. Ever so many miles from home, but not to their destination. What could they do with him along? They didn't want him. They were both about to faint because of the fact that Johnny was a "tattletale,'. He would, like all kid brothers, tell such things. The next thing to do was to ask Johnny if he would solemnly promise to keep his mouth sealed when they got home. iHow hard for a boy learning a new trade! However, he said "Maybe", but that wasn't enough. She made him say, "Yes, I'm sure," but he didn't say "sure not to," or "sure to". Well, when he wished to tease his sister, all he had to say was to repeat what fx l she had previously said, "Squeeze my neck". v fx V l "Nothing is good enough that can be better" ,N Nfl !x! :jpg-pQ4-pf-QQQQ-55.5-Qbjziyxrazc, Ll ' ' Page Sixty' W .,,, ., N' fr- , 'nw 4x-cb-fb-cb-cb-4 1IltUJ1IfP'4i?firi7ik4f I A XX . , V Society, I XN A' V ALL SCHOOL HALLOWEEN PARTY The annual all school masquerade party was held October 27. To obtain entrance to this party we were forced to follow a string which led us around thc building, in through the ag room window, up the south stairs, through -a chair scattered corridor and down the north stairs from which place we made our way to the gym floor where everyone received a badge designating to which of the five sections he belonged. A grand march then took place. Irene Worthy received the prize for the most beautiful, Ruth Staley thc most original, and Winfred Vanetta, the funniest. The evening games consisted of contests between the different groups. Cider and doughnuts were served. BAND PARTY. The band entertained the winners of the contest for selling concert tickets, which proved to be the Sophomores, on January 25. A radio was furnished by Mr. Hard- castle so that the band members and their guests might hear "Bachman's Million Dollar Band" play the required and elective contest numbers. After this program the group was divided into four groups named after the sections of the band and various contests took place between these. The evening's entertainment ended with an original stunt from each group and the teachers. Mr. Sunderland gave us his version of the Charleston which proved very amusirg. Sandwiches, lemonads and cookies were served. An abundance of peanuts and apples was also passed. FRESHMAN-SOPI-IOMORE WIENER ROAST It was a balmy night in Septeinbcr when the Freebies and Sophs hooked hands to have a Wiener roast. We built our fires in the li'tle ffrove behi d the schoolhouse. Their lapping flames seemed to answer the hoo's of the owl and rose in s'noky forms to the tree tops. Some of us had a pretty hard time in findnj roasting sticks but those who couldn't find any were loaned sticks. Shouts of 'GC?mme a bun" and ul want a w'cner,' soon rose in the air and Miss Bayles was almost mobbed in the c7rci'e:nent for the eats. '4Say, who hogged all them marshmallows?" came a shout from the crowd. No answer came. We still wonder who did. When we had all gorged ourselves we decided to exercise some of it off, so the crowd decided to play "Ring around the rosy"?!!---er---er no not quite that, 'cause we've outgrown ihat. Our ga'nes being over the initiating teams began their work. Not only did the boys get it, but the girls also. We punished the latter by making them run around the driveway. When the girls mock Dempsey-Tunney fight, boxing, and wrestling matches had been pulled off, we left the poor little 'nlnnocentw Freshie boys being chased all over town by the chastizers. "Be a lifter, not a learner" I XfX! l Xl bxxqfxgfxyxkilx Pun Sixty-one f fat X n-.sry-fszvx tttrmrj4s4sffff4 f JUNIOR WIENER ROAST The Juniors began the season's activities with a wiener roast on Monday evening October 3. Several car loads of jolly Juniors and tfaculty gathered in a woods northeast of Newton. The fire was soon started by the industrious ones, while the rest cut and filled sticks with wieners and marshmallows. Soon our sticks were empty and we were full. After exploring the surrounding country and runnning races we returned home, and most wonderful of all, we had more buns and weiers than we could eat. JUNIOR CLASS PARTY After the double victory in the class tournament the Juniors decided to cele- brate with a party. On February twenty-third, in spie of the snowy weather, a large number of the class members and the faculty came out to take part in the fun. A Junior talent program was given and then we played games. The refreshments were last but not least and every one raisd high their bottles of blood-red wine f?J and drank to the future victories of the class of '29. The hilarity even made the coaches of the defeated teams smile and the party was a grand success. SENIOR WIEN ER ROAST The Seniors of N. C. H. S. decided to celebrate the fact that last year's Juniors are now dignified Seniors by a wiener roast, so on September 14, we boarded a truck and started for the woods. The wood was gathered and ready to light when the majority of us arrived so after a few songs the boys had a good fire ready for us. But as we were ready to partake of the feast we missed two of our prominent comrades, Mr. Gutekunst and Dorothy Staley. As we were ready to send out a rescue party they returned, report- ing a very lovely river not so very far away, so we decided to see this memorable place immediately after eating. We all agree that the river bank was muddy but we canit say much more for it-perhaps too much has already been said. . SENIOR CLASS PARTY The Seniors met for a Valentine Party, February 16. The group was arranged in a semi-circle and the games were played in a progressive manner so that the group was well mixed. Each member of the class took part in the various games changing partners each time. Refreshments of brick ice cream and heart-shaped cookies were served. FRESHMAN CLASS PARTY On March 7, the class of 731, dressed with juvenile taste, gathered on the gym floor and played the games of the old days when you and I were young. We laid aside our dignity and were "just kids" again. After refreshments were served, all went home in a happy mood. "Don,'t dodge di jiculties' Nl fX ! X xx 4X,XXTXijPib4..EQb5, jyirira 42-1, , Q! I . Pace Sixty-two - ,mrww-f--tgp-N-11, www V -nf - ,3frv-7gnr- V N. C. H. S. CARNIVAL One of the outstanding events of the year was the Carnival held on Thursday and Friday evenings, March 16 and 17. The two minstrel shows caused much amusement. These dusky clowns danced and sang and displayed real talent in their witty remarks. The French Harp Orchestra, composed of Mr. Tobias and a number of boys, furnished some old- fashioned music which was appreciated by a large audience. Trips through "The Crazy House" proved to be a thrilling experience, for thunder, lightning, rain, wind, and darkness coupled with electric shocks proved to many that it was indeed a crazy house. Other attractions were the fortune teller's booth, the dippy house, the wild man from Borneo, the great telescope, the tattoo shop, th nail driving contest, the fiapper, and several others. One of the greatest sources of amusement, however, was the confetti. In fact the affair revolved itself into a confetti fight and grown ups as well as students took part in the general fun. Dainy lunches were served in the Japanese Tea Room by the Home Economics Club under the supervision of Miss Dake. The closing event of the carnival was the coronation of the queen on Friday night. Elizabeth Batman, chosen from the student body, was crowned queen. Her approach was heralded by Maurice Russell to the King, Gerald Winterrowd, who took his place upon the throne. The newly chosen queen, accompanied by her attendants, entered and was crowned by the king who surrendered his throne to her. The carnival was undoubtedly a success not only because of the amusement it furnished, but also in a financial way. The proceeds were used to lessen the debt of the athletic association. 4 THE DISASTROUS FIRE ' '6There's always something to take the joy out of life," was proven in a very significant manner, February 11, the morning after our victory over Greenup in the 'little Sixteenv tournament at Casey. The shrieks of the fire whistle at about one a. m., wakened quite a number of us. It was soon reported that the south wing of our high school was burning rapidly. ln spite of the elforts of the men and boys, the agriculture and shorthand rooms were totally destroyed. The Physics room was badly damaged, while the entire building made a person think of the dark and gloomy castles of long ago. Luckily for some of us that Mrs. Cooperis and Mr. Embser's grade books were among the damaged property which amounted to about eighten thousand dollars. The origin of the lire cannot be attributed to any particular cause. It is hoped that when the reconstruction of the building is begun it will progress rapidly. N! fx X , xr "Be the object, not the shadow" !X ' X! V fx l X! V 7 - 4 C D ' X 1 3 Cf? 1 3 4. D 4 3 C K3 1 P 4 I K P ' 2 1 F 1 1 X D Page Sixty-three .Agp 45-cHp-fy-cv-rv-4PQi'1Ikl,fmiQivfsefvsyf ' ' x x 1 x 1 x-1 x 1 x X N k L X Y A N if K I' 1 XJ x 1 x 1 -, 1 xl 1 ix ' X ? f X f N f N f N X X H Um Z X 1 x 1 x 1 x V1 X 1 X Q N! xx A x1 X1 ,X XX V X1 A xx ' V V A VN 'NI X1' A fx X! V 1X A. xf XV fx A Nfl N1 ,N fi V X1 ,N fx N! ' A Rf! fxil xx N1 1 ,X 'fx N! .V fx. A x1 XI fx! xf V A A kf V fx 1 fx V I A xx v' XX fx I 1 x1 V IN Am x! v A A x1 v ,X 'X X1 v XX fx :cF - se xx! V ral ty-thy name IS woman XL fy NX! Nl fx fx W Nfl ' X! .53i.JCJi-24..b4.J4.254 Cb-41-42-41-42-42-41-43-I Page Sixty-four X ,f x f x 1 x-f X f L! XX 1 x f 'x x 1 1 f X f ' H! X 1 x 1 x f x f N 1 X X X 1 x I I X I X X X ?x A Nr fN N! ,W J fx X! IN V fX ,NI IN xf 1X xf XX VI KN X! 1X N! IX V fN N! IX N! fX N! WIN WX! ZX XXI A X1 XX JN! fX x! XX N! ZX! ,Y X! fx! "Mrm,v a couple just suited for each other spoil everything by getting married" V we N! rw X! x f 'W f x f x 1' x ' g ' I Qex-fxQxQ'Qf -3'fPffiPfQf7'f2XP Pan Sixty-five 4:f:::fH:4iKN1tltLTmf 243.424 Ei 2.4 Pi VN, V ,fy N! 4 . 77 N' igefcondl Clhuillrlllhoodl A A V Presented by the Senior Class A APRIL 26, 1928 Nr IA CAST Nr A Professor Frederick Relyea ,.,,.,..,.. ,,,,.,4,,,,,, S amuel Ragsdale Mrs. Wellsmiller this sisterj ..,.,, ,,..,..,4rr B ernadine Cummins A Sylvia Relyea this daughterl ....,,.. ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,44,,,,,, D orothy Lee I Philip Stanton this assistantl ......... ......,..... F ranklyn Bever V General Henry Burbeck ,,......,, .....,,.,.,..,..,,....,.,,,,,,,,.. ,,,4,,A,,,,,,., R o bert Collins - ,X Marcella Burbeck this daughter-in-lawj ..,.,,,, .,.,.,,,,,,,,,. A lice Buergler sf Mrs. Vivvert fa neighborl A,,,,,,...rr,,,,.,.... v..,.,,,,..,,,.,. ........,... M a rjory Keavin A Mrs. Henderson fher motherl ....,.,, .............. D orothy Staley V l Lucille Norton fa neighborj ,,,..... .,,............ A ngela Fithian fx Q VI Judge Sanderson ,,,,,...................,.. ..,.,......,... W illiam Arndt !,, Sheriff Johnson ,...,r...,r...,..,,. .,...,,... E ugene Hester' lv Deputy Sheriff Stoker ,.,..... , .............. Henry Klueg XX Xl SYNOPSIS XX X! A professor and his scientific pupil attempt to discover the Elixir of Youth. Their experiments with an old dog convinced them that they have discovered the Elixir. They are elated, and at once seek a human being for experimentation. An old General is in love with the professor's daughter, but she refuses him because of his age. The scientists induce him to try the Elixir. But during their absence, the General spills the Elixir and abruptly leaves the house. A poor woman, unable to support her baby, now enters and leaves her child on the sofa, where the General was last seen sitting. The scientists return and iind the empty bottle and the child. The General has apparently become an infant. The scientists are wildly enthusi- astic, and prepare to advertise their wonderful discovery. But upon consulting a lawyer, they find that because of giving the Elixir, they may be charged with numer- our crimes, including murder and kidnapping. They try to keep it quiet. At this point the Professor's daughter, who is taking care of a neighbor's baby, comes into possession of a bottle of the Elixir. She suddenly disappears, leaving the empty bottle and the baby behind. The scientistst are sure that the daughter has been transformed. From now-on, things happen in explosions, and lead to a surprising 1 denouement. fx N! "It pays tio studyi' A 24 Q , IXIXI ,,4:4z4ayj,4,4 ,X I 7 Pj-4?-47'-QP-4?-K?-4?-'Q Page Sixty-six 45-rags-cfcv-fu-QPCi'ul1Umf S7-07-if-42-42-4' V fx i Calendar V AUGUST A 29-Strange faces, confusion, timid Freshies. School all day. 30-No books but lots of work. Football practice starts. 31-Freshies lost. Send traffic cop to girls' locker room. SEPTEMBER 1-Everybody hunt a padlock. Afternoon off for the Fair. 2-Freshies welcome week-end. 5-School proper starts. Assembly on Monday and Friday. 6-Senior class meeting. Seniors have war selecting rings. 7-Class schedules are changed--Freshies lost again. 8-Usual happenings. Freshies still lost. 9--Sophies also need a guide. 12+Franklyn Bever gets moved to a front seat in English. It's nice to be good looking. 13-Chorus practice. 14'-Senior wiener roast. The main attraction is the river. Ask Gutekunst about it. Excess of flashlights. 15-Greatest saying of the day, "Let's go to the river, Hans." 16-Pep meeting. Snake dance. Speech from Captain Dufrain. 19--I walked into the Physics lab. just in time to hear Mr. Sunderland explain why one of his experiments didn't work. 20 -Girls chorus practice. Band practice well attended because there was an a excess of money. 21-We had a visitor at school this afternoon. No wonder Mabel was all smiles. 22-Miss Bayles: "We understand that Poe used Charleston as a background for his short stories." Marjory Keavin fto neighborlz "What did she say about Charleston?" 23-Chorus entertained the Assembly. 26-We were favored with a duet. The girls accompanied the boys in "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean." 27-Rain! Rain! Rain! 28-Dismissed for the Homecoming. 29-Familiar scenes on West Washington street missing. Oliver and Clara are married. 30-An unsolicited boys' chorus entertain. We didn't know we had such musical talent. Three cheers for the Freshie tenor. OCTOBER 1-The Seniors sighed and groaned upon entering History room. 4.-Madonna Mitchell informs Guy Bayles that she wants to take their honeymoon trip in an airplane. 7-Mr. Sunderland gives us a lecture on corridor traffic, setting the speed laws for the year. Seniors, don't slide down the banisters. 10-Sewing classes get the lowdown on the poses for the annual pictures. 11-Still taking pictures. 12-Girls, Band practice. 13-Nothing! "Every man is the architect of his own fortune" x ' ' f - , 'X4?is-P4b4?4bf -yxrcrazczisa J Pan Sixty-seven :W ' A. Qi:-cs-45-fwfr-cb-fPCi'LIltII1ITf 24745574 N! A 14-"Sooner" Dufrain had a little trouble when he was catching chickens. He xx returned to school with his brother's trousers. A 17-Heard the uifsi' and "ands', of the massacre at Marshall. 18-Pears are ripe-Eleanor Boos and Dwight Cooley. V 19-Girls' Clee Club. A 20-See September 27. V 21-The Band plays the Assembly. We are told not to chew gum without special permission. ft 24--The contest for advance sale of Nukomi starts. v 25-The Business Arithmetic class is entertained by Bernard Brummer. He informs A Miss Crimmins that he cannot work unless he sings. Poor class. 26-We are examined for diphtheria. V 27-All school masquerade party. Who's who? fx 28-Pale faces-Freshies tremble-exam week. v V A NOVEMBER Y 1-Cram. Cram. Cram. ft 2--Exams. 3-Exams. if 4-Football game at Lawrenceville. 6-Exam papers returned. How many did you Hunk? V 9-Grade cards. A A 11-Effingham shieks arrive. Newton wins another game. .V 13-Charles and Lucille have a quarrel. 16-Test day. fi 17-Vernon Hanson gets shorn. He gets a hair cut once a year whether he needs K, it or not. - A 18-A laugh a day keeps the doctor away. 19-Another vacation in view. V 20-Words heard in Assembly, 4'Sit down and shut your mouth." A 22-Going on diet. We're waiting for Thanksgiving. N, 23-Mr. Sunderland thinks that speakers who announce vacations make a decided hit. A 28-We have had enough vacation-now get back to work. V 29-Miss Bayles starts a half hour English class for the dumb ones. A V DECEMBER A 1-Miss Stephenson to Francis Long: "Don't look so frightened, you didn't get V an A on the History quiz." A 2-John Babbs does the Charleston in the hall. V 3-Everything smells good around here. Getting ready for the Father and Son Banquet. 'Ny 6-We need an elevator for the girls to go up and down stairs . Especially Angela. v 8--American History classes are getting a ukick out of debating on the subiect- A Resolved that more men teachers should be employed in our school. 9-Class contest. Who can sell the most tickets for the Band Concert? V 12-Some of our fun-loving boys journeyed to Effingham. 'x 13-We lost another basketball game. What's the matter, team? V 14'-Nobody chewing gum. fx V "Build for character, not for fame" KN Nl A Z-ffkiibfsk ii: iH?iE7Ci Qyircrazcibx 4 4 Pura RIQl:v.dsllt wg vw- -gg -v-----. L rf mangas: Pffltltnmr 7-4Hv-qv-42-ii ' i II 18--10,080 minutes until Santa Clause arrives. V 19-Staff meeting-more work for poor us-uns. A 20-Helen Dufrain does a powerful lot of thinking. 22-Snow fwhitej. V 23-Christmas program. Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year. A v JANUARY A 2-Back to the Brain Factory. V 3-Students displaying Christmas gifts. A 4-English four classes are complaining about too many themes. 5-Rumbles of the semester exams are heard. V 6-We must 'know our Grammar. fx 9-Typing contest in the Assembly. Lucille Wilson wins. Vl 10-James Kaufman late again. 11-See October 13. VXI 12-Girls' Clee Club. V 13-Everyone seems to feel sure that they will come to some misfortune because it A is Friday, the 13th, but nothing unusual happened except we were honored by a Julius Caesar play by English three classes. V 16-Start reviewing. IN 18-Midnight oil burns. V 20-Semester exams. 23-Maynard Honey comes to Latin class unprepared. He left his pony at home. A 24-New semester. Many students frequent Mr. Sunderlandis Office. "Can we do V so and so?" "May we take up so and so?" A 25-The band entertains the Sophomore class with a big party. 26--Mr. Highshew, after giving a very deep and solemn talk, held up a comb and V asked, "Anyone belong to this comb?,, A 27-Honor roll read in Assembly. Where's your name? V 30-Olga Beckwith leaves school to enter into holy wedlock. 31-Basketball game at Oblong. A - N! FEBRUARY A 1-'Nother month. lv 2-October Third. A 3-Tragedy of Hamlet. 6-"The lady doth protest too much, methinksfi N! 7-Lost! Another basketball game. A 8--Girls, Band practice. V 9-Almost Friday. 10-Helen Lowe's school girl complexion rubs oh' on sweater fher ownj. A 13-Everybody making valentines. lv 14-Sooner's and Bever's trip to Lis causes domestic troubles. Moral-"Don't write A on the windows." 16-Mr. Gutekunst became generous and turned a lady book agent over to Mr. V Sunderland. We understand why. A 17-Sunderland visits English class. Room is stuffy and conducive to sleep. lv 20-Assembly Romance QShirley and Noelj. 21-James Kaufman-late this morning. A 22-Washingtonis birthday. V fX N! "Climb, tho, the rocks be ruggedv A N! fX lv .. 6- A 1?'X'X'XiB'XQK' K3ifx?i5i2iFi2Q X51 x if 1 x Page Sixty-nine L t t ff sg: 24 zcrwf Nukvmr C7-4 H5-4 Q-4 Q-Q 23-Gladys says she is not interested in 6'Art" alone. This is leap year. Look out Eugene. 24-Forrest Boldrey wants more letters added to the alphabet so that he will have enough to go around his geometry figures. 27-Miss Bayles Ito Frank Beverjz "Do you think Ophelia is affectionate?" Frank: "Dunno! I never was out with her." 28-Same old thing. 29-Junior girls and boys take first place in class tournament. MARCH 1--March comes in like a lamb. 2-Miss Villard: "Did you ever read 'To a Field lVlouse?, " Maurice Russell: "No. How do you get them to listen?" 5-Eugene has had the pursuit of happiness on his tongue for the last few days. 6-See February second. 7-ln the same old boat. 8-James Kaufman arrives on time. 9-Another typing contest. 12-Mr. Brooks gives a lecture on our brain test. Wonder who's only 2521. 14-Girls' Band practice. 15-Getting ready for Carnical. Big time ahead. 16-Still working. We like to work during school hours. 17-Carnival was big success. 19-Harmonica Band starts. All interested sign up on the Bulletin board today. 20-Band practice. 21--First day of Spring. 22-Nice day. Students have spring fever. Prepare for exams. 23-Exams. Don't Hunk. 29-Last of Nukomi off to print. APRIL 13-District Band Contest, Centralia. 17-Rotary Band Contest, West Frankfort. 27-Senior play. A MAY 3-Junior and Senior Banquet. 27-Baccalaureate sermon. 30-Commencement. 19 I r. O .fai- "When you stop learning stop livingv X i,FibifDi?f' j:4J4re4:c2i:c:Q2 l Page Seventy sag 51'TFC H ttlttfmf 454 74 wi f 4 flux 5 Eulalia James-'gMiss Bayles, is it really true that you saw Shakespeare?" Miss Bayles-"My dear, how old do you think l amfw Miss Dake-"What are breakfast 1foods?,, Harriet Love-"Thinffs we eat for rea ast. 1, kf N U Miss Stephenson-"What was the cotton gin?,, Elias Westendorf-"Eli Whitneyf' Mr. Gutekunst fat examl-"I will not answer any questions." Beyer-"Shake, neither will I." Miss Bayles-"Name one of Haw- 'thorne's novelsf, Lucile Nagle-"Moses From an Old Mansef, Miss Villard-"ls this theme orig- mal?" Bernard Brummer-HNO, l wrote it myself." Miss Dake-"From what are grape nuts made?" Eulalie James-'4Nuts." Delores Lewis-"Ah, Miss Crim- mins, l am indebted to you for all l know." Miss Crimmins-g'Don't mention it. lt's a mere trifle." "Always laugh al the teachers' Miss Villard-"Joe, have you ever seen technique in footlJall?', Joe Wakefield-'cNo, l donit know as l have ever seen any around here. What is it?', Mr. Highshew- "William, where would you look for the Labrum on the crawfish?" William Faller-'40n the thorax." Dorothy Printz-"Why doesn,t am- monia and acid smell?" Mr. Highshew-"lt has no nosef' Mr. Gutekunst fin the study halll- t'All of you who are sitting double, please take your seatsf' MissiVillard-"What happened at Gettyshurg?,, Paul Carroll-"The battle of Bun- ker Hill." Julia Danforth fin .foods classl- "'Carbohydrates are the most comical let-onomicall sources of energyf, When you are angry and want to be cheerful, just look at 6'Red" Wake- field and laughf' Maurice lmming-"How long would it take a snail to travel around the earth?,' Mr. Highshew-MAS long as it would take you to quit asking questionsfw jokes-ifs a good policyi' .Vx ,Fx 1 x fnx "x 1' 1 X N ,I X-., x,.f x,..,,' XJ X11 1'-, x 1 1 gl E x 1 I 1 1 Xl X! X Page Seventy-one fkfk X - fwbfwbcv-X urrmr fizefvcmmzx L 1 Xl 1 it I Clayton Wright fto Alta W. in Latinl-ul donit blame Brutus for killing Caesar. ln fact he didn't do 't soon enough for me." Bernard Brummer-"When I blow the horn on my car, its because l want people to get out of my way, but every time I blow it a lot of girls run out to the curb-darn ,em." Rosalie Yelvington dropped a lighted match in her lap in General Science Laboratory- Mr. Gutekunst-"What should you do in a case like that?" Rosalie-"Keep cool." Don't fiunk. Don't criticize the Nukomi Staff. Don't fail to return your grade card. Many young men spend a lot of time tinkering with a umissn in their motor. Mr. Highshew fafter saying that the Chemistry class would have a quiz the next dayl--"Lf any day any of you do not have your lesson, bring a piece of ice to class and we'll experiment with it." Alice Buergler+"l'll bring a piece tomorrowf' John Babbs fin History classi- 'nThe Pilgrims went to Holland, but did not remain there as they didn't want their children to grow up Dutchfi A restaurant sign read thus: "Eat at Cummins and Croakf' And they wondered why the people didn't eat there. "Be too big to be little' Miss Villard-'6Laurence, what have you in your mouth?,' Laurence Woodard-"My tongue, of course." Miss Villard-6'Well, I'm glad we haven't any cows in this class." Donovan Riley-L'Which star is it that we see straight south a little after midnight? lt looks red and after awhile it turns purple." Mr. Gutekunst4"That must be Seriusf' She-"So glad to see you-just finished my beauty sleepf' He-ul must be a little early. Don't you want to take a few more." '6Windy" Boldrey's highest ambition is to be a preacher so he might work one day and rest six. Iva lVlcCrillis-6'0ur dog keeps me awake every night, His bed is just outside of my bedroom and every night he gets up and turns around two or three times before he lies down." Lucille Reed-"That's instinct." Iva-"Well, he gets up and instincts two or three times then." Mr. Highshew-"Clayton, what part does the digestive system have to play in the earthworm?" Clayton Wright-alt plays the parh of the organ." Uur idea of a true friend is the fellow who will sit by you during N! A X! A Xl XX X, A V 5 A xf WIN X! A N! A v A N! A .V A N! A xx A 'V A N! KN X! !X gf A X! A N7 test, even though he knows you canfli !X answer a question. N! 9 A V A N! ffX'3f,Yf3f,?'iEf ik-4?-4?--4?-CP-K?-4?-"Q Page Seventy-two Q l QEKDZDLP-i?f ?4NHkUmT 2454515424244 fx' 1 N! ,N A. xx X! fx XX xf X! xx XX! X! N! xx 'fx 'xf Nl Ig A xf X! ,X fx xx K' IN fx lx!! Nz I 1X A xx Nr 1 XS X! N! IN Xxx V xf , 'ff xf V xx IN X! xf A A x! V Xx A xx V A A 'xf xf' A A xx I fx X! WX! V fx 'N' X! if A xf xf x ,X ' X! X! XX fx "Self confidence is the keynote to successv xy xf ,X fx X! Nf fx fx VI xx ,FE 43 4 -E QQ 4 3 45 Cb 4 gb 4: 4 2 4 Q 47: 4 242 C3 Pl!! Qevnn fv.Q-1: ran 7f?1F?:i 2 wg wwf Nulurmr 5 4 Eff vi v Q 4 2 fl IX ' ' c I xx Charles Cowger fin regard to caps and gownsl-"I think girls should wear V V white dresses and the boys dark suits." Q N Lucille Wilson-"I would like to see you put a white dress on me." X X! A Teacher-"Why are you always late to school?" x Pupil-"Because of a sign I have to pass on the way." A V Teacher-'LAnd what has that sign to do with it?" VN Pupil-"Why it says, 'School ahead, go slow'." X1 fx , , Mr. Gutekunst-"What IS bacter1a?', it' I Ross McClane-"The back door to the cafeteria." fN X! A Mr. Gutekunst--4'Donovan, do you know what experiment you missed'?,' I Donovan Riley-"Yes, the boys said the one on stretching rubber." xf IN X, THE SONG OF THE STUDIOUS SOPHOMORES A When macaroni grows on peanut trees, When the North Pole gets hot and muddy, V I When race horses race for their health - fxl Then's when I want to study. Xi! fl Senior-"Oh, Iim so busy now." A husband found some holes in his 'X' Junior-"What are you doing?" silk stocking and said, "Wifie, dear, A Senior-"Oh, this and that." why haven't you mended these?7' ' G5 77 v gunlgr-',Lg:15n3ndthen,, "Hubby, darling did you buy me C111 I- . - as A Junior-6,Where?,, that opera cloak you promised? V Senior- Here and there." N410- A Junior-"You surely need a vaca- a'Well, if you donit give a wrap, I tion." don't give a darn." xr --- V UNQUALIFIED ,L A policeman had found a dog and returned it to the mansion from which it had strayed, The nurse girl took the animal from him, at which the constable N" inquired: A "Do you have to take care of the dog?" V '4Oh, no!" replied the maid. "The missus says I'm too young and inexperienced. I only look after the children." VX v ----- IX Mr. Gutekunst-'gWhen I went to college, whenever a girl wore a fraternity pin it meant an engagement." I Joe Wakefield--"Good Land! Who ever heard of a girl wearing fifteen or 'X twenty freight pins?" ' H v A "W hen a young man is in love, he always wants to say 'Good night, the next morningi' Nl A N! v xg Ai V51 ,Q Q5 Q-PC5134 xf Q-4:-42-4:-42-my-42-C Page Seventy-four .EJ-."" ' I --wqvgq-vuQpn', A L - , .B 'J e i i L A v ,, ry-fp-4H.p-cw Nulutmr 7-4b-fu-fp-4913 A I ' I i i I' T , v ' I f Ai THINGS THAT NEVER WERE at V , "Tom,' Long with his lesson. 13 A "Dory" Lewis knowing what book to take home. Alice Buergler forgetting to study. V . . Hans never interested in notes, A "Chinee" not selling instruments. v Dorothy Worland getting to school on time. V fy AS THE FRESHMEN SAY IT: v Twinkle, twinkle, little star A How I wonder what you are, I I Up above the world so high, V Like a diamond in the sky. 'A v fi ' AS THE SENIORS SAY IT: V Scaetelle, scaetelle, luminous constellation, A Interrogatively, I question your constitutional elements, V In a magnanamous altitude above the planet, earth, With a similarity to a carbonaceous filament.-H. C., '30. ,Ni X! 'fi GENERAL SCIENCE EXAM PAPERS X' The greatest rainfall in the U, S. is found around the Amazon river. f' The least rainfall in the U. S. is in the Sahara desert. V The amount of moisture in the .air is called fhumidityj heredity. The suspension of globules of oil and soap in water is called emotion femulsinl. A The forces that cause a liquid to rise in a narrow tube or wick are called caterpillar V fcapilliaryl attraction. A V A GEOMETRY V' Geometry I am thinking most of you, A Comrades, brave around us have sunk, Some are sure they are going to Hunk. V --The Dumbbell. A v Ay . RECIPE FOR LOVE CAKES v 14' oz, of love, A 8.60 worth of lips pressed together, 20 ozs. of teasing. V Baked well in a young manis arms and served in the dark. 'x -Helen Dufrain. Nl JN "fm not denying that women are foalish, V God made them so to match the men!" CN Iv iN fD'fX!,XfPf3f3QP"f lfliliiiviif-iffpx Page Seventy-ilve '4- 4 .4 X 2 4 :gc : 6KiN'Ltl1Umfi iv! P4512 4 2 IS THERE ANOTHER IN H. S. WHO CAN- Argue like Bever? Talk as much as Mable? Be as modest as Ruby? Be as popular as Elizabeth? Bluff like Alice Buergler? Giggle like Dory? Be as shy as Cyrus? Have a name like Hans? Be as bashful as John Babbs? Be as funny as Brummer? Yell like Sibyl? Sing like Oretha? Smile like Spark? A BIG ONE Mr. Gutekunst fto Algebra classi- "When I was a boy at home they caught a fish that weighed a hundred poundsf' Bob McColley-L'That's nothin', we caught one that was so large that when we got it out into the street we were arrested for blockading traffic." CAN The music band had so THEY DO IT? rendered by the girls, upset one of the diners at the father and son banquet that he called to Mr, Sunderland and re- marked: "I note the paragraph on your menu wherein you state that the band will play anything on request. Can you prove that assertion?" y '6Yes," replied Mr. Sunderland, 'LTheir numbers are very extensive. What do you wish them to play?" "Tell 'em to play pinochle until I have finished my meal and I will be THE PEACH STORY Once upon a time when Cal Cool- idge was a little boy he cut down his father's favorite peach tree ffor this old man didn't have any cheerry treesl. Old Coolidge upon seeing his son, hatchet in hand, standing beside the ,fallen tree exclaimed: "Well, why don't you say something?" Little Cal, the tear drops forming in his eyes, shamefully lowered his head and softly murmured: "Father, I have nothing to say." HOW THEY GOT IN A father took his son of four year to the incubator in the cellar to see thj eggs hatch. Said Dad impressively: "Isn't it queer how the little chicks geh out of the shell?" "Hugh," said the youngster, "what gets me is how they get in there." PEACHES Mr, Sunderland fin the door of th office? had been discussing the col wave with 'LChinee" who was standin on the gym floor. The bell rang an all of the teachers were standing il: their doorways waiting for the second bell, when "Chime" said to Mr. Sun- derland, "Well, it will get the peaches tonightf' The teachers blushed, slammed the doors and ran and hid. A SLIGHT ERROR Herman Davis fin General Scienc I V A V A v A IN! IN N! !X XX' KN' X! A sf IN v A v fx V fx v A v IX N! A V fx! lv IN x! A xx fX classj-"The nitrogen fixing bacterid xx live on noodles fnodulesjf' very gratefulf' ,X N! "In order to always have your 'Latin, carry your pony with youf, ,L , V fX X! 5, if ..,4-:c:43a.:QrfZByQ-4r+2-+P-cf-42-42-QA Pale Seventy-six xfxfxfx.!N!X. r I xfxfxf lxfxw lXfXfXfXfX qfxfxfxfxfyli "Don,t make excuses, make goody f'xf"xfxfxf'x1xf' gxfxfxf yfxfp 1 x I X I X I Xi! X I X I X I X I X I X I X I X X f L! Pure Seventv-maven L'x , wgpfzaibrfuknmr ji?C?ifif4f' MAGAZINE CLUB ,.,.......Franklyn Bever Woman's Home Companion ,,,,,,.,.,,.A,..,,.....,,,,.,,..... Youth's Compamon ,,,,,,.,,.,.. - .........,. Saturday Evening Post ..,.......,. College Humor .....,., Judge .............................................. Woman's World ...,... Love and Romance ..........,,.,,.Dorothy Lee i...........,,.Bert Richards ......,..Sooner Dufrain .......... James Beckwith ...,......Hans Gutekunst Melvin Bollman American Boy ..,..........,,i, .....,,...,...... Joe Wakefield Good Housekeeping .....,.,..,,ii,,,,,,....,. Mrs. Cooper Whiz Bang i........................ ....,..................,,.. D olores Lewis Sports ...,....................,..,,,... ,,............ B rummer and Nuts True Romance ,.,.. ..,.......,..,......,,,..... N oel Elliott Comfort ................., ..,,.... M iss Stephenson Newton Press ........ .....,......... S park Staley Life .........,.............. .,.............,,........ Sibyl Price Fashions .......,................... ............. M arjory Keavin Child Play ....i.....,........,,,,,.... ...................., D ella Read Country Gentleman f ......,.,.,...... ,Iohn Bahbs True Story ................... ,...,,...,..,.....i........,,.,..................... ..,,.......... W i ndy Boldrey QUOTATIONS FROM MISS VILLARD Bernard, why haven't you your book today?" William, if you want to sleep get out of this class." We shall have a quiz todayfi Why, don't you Sophomore folks know the meaning of these words? Well, why don't you know it, Florene?', Fred, turn around." I wish you 'folks would sharpen your pencils before class." Class, I am'thoroughly disgusted with you." THE CHEMISTRY PSALM Highshew is my teacher, I shall not pass. maketh me show my ignorance before the whole class. giveth me more than I can learn. lowereth my grades. Yea, though I walk through the valley of knowledge, I shall not learn He fireth questions at me in the presence of my classmates, He anointeth my head with with slams. My eye runneth over. Surely atoms and molecules shall 'follow me all the days of my life. And I shall dwell in the science room forever. Maybe some of these jokes are old, And should be on the shelf, But if you know some Better ones, Hand them in yourself. "He who findeth knowledge, findeth life" xfxf fxfxfxzxf j ,lXl IX Xmbfjp-49-4x-if-Qf-42-42-Q Page Seventy-eight X. E'-fa A 5-.A 1- I -IA kiltlwlltf 1 , , 5-QA va ,-Q l, , rl I V N 'I l 'V ffl Alumni !N .J lx, I I N , gl . CII, l A W ' f . I N, N l lil, 3 N' CLASS or 1927 l lvl 1 ,Xl Florence Bruner ........,.... Secretary ,.,. .,,.,, A ,,... Newton. Ill. ll I Victor Beals ...,. .........,.... Home .....,... , ...,.... AA .., A ,,,,..,A Newton, Ill. X Inez Brummer ,..........,,. ....,,........ H ome ......,.,......,,,, .......A A ,. A ,...,AAA N ewton, Ill. fs, Beatric Bolander .,... .,,,,.....,,., S tenographer ..,,,.,..... A.A,,..,,.. C hic-ago, Ill. lol Hazel Beverlin ..... ,.,.... ,..A. o fra-Q, N. C. H. s. ,,A, AAAA ,.,.AA N .Q Wim., rn. A' Lila Bair .........,,....., .....,,, ......,....... S h oe Factory ..,.. ..... A AA ,,,,,A A,.,Newton, Ill. I I Austin Clodfelder . .,.....A............w.. Minister ,AAAA ,,,A, , ,AAA A,,A A W healer, Ill. 4 f Raymond Clodfelder ........,........ Home .,,,,...,AA,,, ...,, . ..Wheeler, Ill. fx Graff' COFHWCII ......,.................... Home ....,.....,,.,,..... .,,,, .,.,...,,. A N ewton, Ill. V, Lorene Carpenter ..,, ,W.,,.......... E . I. T. C. ,,,,,,. ......AAA C harleston. III. ' Hazel Chesnut .,..,... ..,.....,,..... H ome .,A.,,.,,,A,....,,...,,,, ,.....A, ....A,., W i nterrowd, Ill. 'NN' Lee Dulgar .,,,,.,..,....... .......,....... E . I. T. C. .......,..., ,,,.. ,,,,....... ,,.,.., . A .,,..A A . AA,Charleston,.Ill Ql Doris Eberhardt A. ,,.........A.A..A..AA.. Mrs. Virgil McCormack ,.,,, .... N ewton, Ill. KI Florellt Fallel' ......,,,.......AAA,,,..AA,,..... Home ,,.,..,,..AA.......AA,,.........AA.,AA, A ,,.,... ,,..AAAAAA,, ,,,,,,,. N e wton. Ill. I Ralph Fehrenbacher .AAAA A....A,w... S tudent AAA,,A,..A..,,,.AA..,......A.AAAA,A .AAAA A AAAA .,.. C a rbondale, Ill. V l Lola Gosnell AA..... ,......A A...,............,, M r s. Eugene Moore , ...A AAAA, G reenup, Ill. fx Herman Gardner .,.A ,,AAAAAA....AA H ome .AA.,.,,,...,....AA...AA,AA,..,.AA. C,,... A..AAA, N e wton, Ill. Vi George Hines .AA,,.....A...A Mr-Kendree ..AAA,A ,,.AAA, ..A. A AA ,,..A,,....,,AA,, Lebanon, Ill. Cuthbert Harris A.A.,. ,,...... D odge Radio School .A...,.. .. ,.,. AA,.Valparaiso, Ind. N Curtis Harris ...AAA,..,,.... Clerk A,,,,A,.,A..,A,,,, ,,,,, , ..A.,AA, AA., ...... D i e terieh. Ill. x Fred Hutton AAA,, ,.A.....A.AA.. H ome ,......A.A. ,,,,...A, A .,,, . . AAA, ,.... N ewton, Ill. N Hurl Ives ....,.....AA... E. I. T. C. ,..,..A ,,,AAA C harleston, Ill. .Iennings Jones ,,..,,,,....... E. I. T. C. ....AA .... A ,,,... C liarleston. Ill. V Zola Klier ,,,...,,,....... ....AAA.,...... E . I. T. C. ,A..,......A ,,,. A . ,,.....A. Charleston. Ill, ml Susie Lister A ,,,,....AAA ...,..,,.,,,... B usiness College A AAEvansville. IIIII. V Melvin Long ....AA,,,,,,,,,,.,...A.A,,,,,,,A,,,. Insurance Co. Chicago, Ill. Pauline Marshall ,A.AA,......,,,,,....... Home A ,,..,....A,,,...,,,.,.A ,,....AA. A Newton. Ill. X Wanda Lee lVIeCormack Stenographer .AA,, ,,.. .AA,, A A .ANewton, Ill. X Lorenzo Medcalf AAA.,,,,.,..........A....., Electric Factory . .....A ,,...AAAA. C hieago. Ill fx Fave lVIcKinney .,..AA,A,..AA.. House work .AAAAA..AAAAA,AA..AA......... AAAChampaign, Ill. Winnie Mahaney ,,A,A AAAA,A,,,,,,....A.A.A H ome AAA,,,.AAAAAA.A...,........A .AAAAA..AA..A A,,.,....... N e wton, Ill V Howard Reed .A.A. A ........A..A,.. Polytechnical School AAA,. Peoria. Ill. f'N Fern Reed ,,,,.,A,,A,, A, ,,.AAAA,,,,,,,A Home ..AAAAAAA,,,A,,,,,...A..A AAAAAAAAAA ,,...AAA A.A,...A.... W h e eler, Ill. V Fredy Reisner ,......... University of Illinois ,... ....A U rhana, Ill 'xr jj iii V r K LX ig-w .IQ QQX 3-if - ,X-CD-Q',e1'7 -e'Ci7af 'V Palm Sevenhr-nina f ...ya ..,'... . ,.,T,. yr .. V 1 W .7 rfx X! ,'X Xf IN X1 xx Xf fx lv .fx xx IX .V XX X! IN X1 XX X! A 7 V fx IX z fx V fX V A gl XX X! A V Ps. X! 'X xr A N! 'X V fx xr x v A I L rwzezsfs-f, ?rfN'HliI.T1lTf 5i?C?f?Xi4Pi Medfred Riley .....,.... ............... H ome ........,..,......,,,,,......... .........,. N ewton, Ill. Bertran Richards ...... ............,... N . C. H. S. .......,.,.....,,...., ........... N ewton, Ill. Lester Romack .,.........,.................. Experiment Farm ......,.,.,. ,.,,....,,,.,.......... P aris, Ill. Bernetta Schryock ...,,.........,...... Stanley Printery ........ ................ N ewton, Ill. Robert Steppe ............,..........,..,...... Home ......,,.,.......,.................. ........... D ieterich, Ill. Edith Tedford ................................. Home ,,,,,,.............,,..,............ .........,, N ewton, Ill. Vernie Thompson ......,................. Shoe Factory ..........,,.......... ..................... N ewton, Ill. John Wright .........,..... .........,..... B lackburn College ......... ............. C arlinville, Ill. Wayne Wolfe ........,r,, ..........,.... H ome ......................,,.,........... ................ N ewton, Ill. Hubert Wishard ..........,................ Robertis Chevrolet ......... .......,.,....... N ewton, Ill. Joseph Watts ............... ................ C arpenter .........,..,,,,. ........ ..............,. N e wton, Ill. Agnes Welker ..,...,......................,.,. Stenographer .......,,...,.,,. ..........,.... C hicago, Ill. Irene Wharton ..............,.,............. Mrs. Lloyd Baber ,...,..... ............ E vansville, Ind. Myrtle Westendorf ...................., G lass Factory ........,,...... ............,.. E Bingham, Ill. Grace Ward ,,,,,,...,......,,......,,......,,.. Balkan Last Co. ........ ............... E ffingham, Ill. Leonard Yelton ,,,..,.,. ,,,......,.,,... F. . I. T. C. .,...,............ ............ C harlestn, Ill- CLASS OF 1926 Leo Allison ............. ................ A llison Cafe ........,.,............. ...................... N ewton, Ill. Tom Baker ....... ................ C lerk .,..,.,..,,,........,........................,,, ....,.......... R ose Hill, Ill. .Iohn Batman ......... ...,............ P olytechnical School .....,....,. ......,............ P eoria, Ill. Harold Bayles ....... ................ H ome .........,.,..,.,,,,........,.,.,...,..,....... .....,.,............,. N ewton, Ill. Hazel Bear .,............. ................ T elephone Operator ...,,.'... ............ C hampaign, Ill. Gordon Blade ...,........ .....,.,,....... E . I. T. C. ......,................,....... ......,..,..... C harleston, Ill. Madlyn Boos ,..., ........... University of Illinois ..,,. ,.,........,..,.. U rhana, Ill. Millard Brooks ,..,..... .......... S tate Employee ..,.,,............,,, ......,,,,. L incoln, Ill. Royal Brooks .......... ................ S hoe Factory ,,.,,,..,..,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,...,.,,. .,..,..,......,.. N ewton, Ill. Nellie' Burdge ,......,......................... Illinois Woman's College ,,,A,, ....,....., ,I acksonville, Ill. Dorothy Carroll .....,,.,.................. Mrs. Odin Thomas ......,.......... ............, P alestine, Ill. Loral Clark ...,...,,,........ ..,............. S hoe Factory ,,..,...................,, ..................., O lney, Ill. Olive Crouse .,,,...... ..,..,.......... T eacher ,,,,,,,,,,.,...............,., ....................,.. B ogota, Ill. Victor Cummins .,.... ,,,.,........... T eacher .......... ,..,,,... ...,,,....,. ................ R o s e Hill, Ill. Wayne Cummins ....., .......,........ H ome ,,.,,.......................,,,.,.,. Q .......... ,..,.....,. R ose Hill, Ill. Isabelle Danforth ..............,,.,...... Mrs. Delmar Richards ......., ,.,........ N ewton, Ill. Lawrence Danver ....,,.......... Milliken University ,,..,,...,,. ........... D ecatur, Ill. Loren Douthit ..,....,.. . ................ McKendree ...........,.... .,......... ,.................. L e banon, Ill. Earl Dufrain .......... ........,.,..... E . I. T. C. ...,..... ....,.,,.. ............... C h arleston, Ill. Beatrice Eaton ,,...,,,. ....,.,......... H ome ..,..,,..,.,...,,,,....,,, ,.,,.................. N ewton, Ill. Goldie Eveland .............. ........... H ome ............,..,..,,..,..,..... ..,,,.........,........,.,,. N ewton, Ill. Hazel Finley ,........,.,,................... Illinois College ., ....... .,............, I acksonville, Ill. Delmar Fehrenbacher ............ Teacher .,,,,,,.,,,.,..,,,,... ,,,,,,. ...,............ I n graham, Ill. Kneffler Fulk .................,.......,,...... Teacher ,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, ......,.... I ngraham, Ill. Floyd Hall ,,,...,..........,...... . ...,....... Home ..,..,... .,.,..........,., N ewton, Ill. Ill Forrest Hall ......... Archie Harris ,.... Roy Hauk ..,......, Lola Haves ............... Brinton Henninger Dwight Huddleston Ruby Isley ..........,.,.......... ,......... Opal King .................. Marie Kissinger ...........Farmer .Farmer .......,., .Garage ......,,... .E. I. TLC. ....... .. .E. I. T. C. ........ . I. T. C. .,............,,.,. . .Teacher ........,.,,.....,............ .E. I. T. C. ,.......................... . .Batman's Feed Store .....,.. .23 X X I X f X I X I X I X f J 4 Xi! X4 X.-f L-f N-J X-f N , ...............Ivesdale, ........,,,..Dieterich, ,..,.............Newton, ..,.........,..Charleston ..,,.,.........Charleston 7 .........,............Newton, ...............Charleston, Ill Ill , Ill ..........,....Charleston, Ill. Ill Ill Ill Ill ...........,.....Newton, P-47--if-4 2-4?-42-4 -n- -- !.v:.1.4.. L . Xfxfzfmvfkfukumr Q49-45-cv-QHHX Frone Lowe ......... ........... M rs. R. G. Allison ,.,....,,. .................... N ewton, Ill. Leora Martens ...,,... .......:... G lass Factory ,,...,......... ............ E Bingham, Ill. Eugene Massey ,,....., ........... F armer ...,.,.........,............ .,,............. B ogota, Ill. Glenn Matlock ..,..,...., ...,,,,,,,, S tudent ,.,.....,....... ............. N ormal, Ill. Evelyn Mitchell .........................,. Teacher .......,.. .............. N ewton, Ill. Helen Mitchell ..... , ....... ..,........ E . I. T. C. ,,,,,,......,. ..,,,....... C harleston, Ill. Carl Mitchell .1 ,................................. E. I. T. C. ,,,,,,.,,,.,..,.... ,........... C harleston, Ill. Elizabeth Mitchell ..................... Shurtliff ...................,..,........ .................. A lton, Ill. Opie Moore ..........................,,........... University of Illinois ................ Urbana, Ill. Harry Parr .....,.......,,...... ................ E . I. T. C. ...,,,.................,......... ............ C harleston, Ill. Clyde Payne ......... ................ S tanley Poultry House .............. Newton, Ill. Lucille Phillips ,,,,,r ,............... M rs. Elroy Collwell ...,...... ,............. N ewton, Ill. Floyd Portlock .,....... .,,............. H ome ......................i.,...........,....... ,............. N ewton, Ill. George Printz ,.........,...................... Blackburn College ........,, ,.......,,, C arlinville, Ill. Josephine Rauch ...,,..,,,.,............... Mrs. Eugene Massey .......,... ..,,............ Bo gota, Ill. Nora Read ,,.,ee.,,,.,...... ...,.,.......... U niversity of Illinois ,.,, ....i..........,.,.. U rbana, Ill. Grace Riegle ............. E. I. T. C. ......................... ........... C harleston, Ill. Arthur Romack ,.,,.,... ....,........... T eacher .....,...,,....,........... .......,..... N ewton, Ill. Carol Romack ...,.,...... ..,.,.........,. S hoe Factory ............ .....,....... N ewton, Ill. Lucille Romack ,........ ................ H ome .,,........,..................,,.,.,., r.,.........., N ewton, Ill. Edgar Staley .............,, ....,........... B ell Telephone Co. ..,,,... ...,.,....... S t. Louis, Mo. La Verne Swick ...,,....,.......,......... Bookkeeper .....,.........,..,... ........... M cGehee, Ark. Nellie Tate ,....................,...,............, Teacher .....,.....,.....................,.... ............. N ewton, Ill. Maurice Walden r......,,.,.,.............. Teacher ............,.,.,.......................... ,.,,............. H idalgo, Ill. Edward Weber ,......, Earl Wilson ......... Elsie Wolfe- ...,... Dicy Adkins QQQQQQQQQQQQ1. Am. Steel Fencing Co. .,...,.. .......,.,,.. W aukegan, Ill. Teacher .,,...,...,......... .....,,......,,. S. N. U. ...................,,,, . CLASS OF 1925 .,,,.......Wheeler, Ill. ..............Normal, Ill. Deceased Amy Brooks .,,,..... ................ C lerk .,,.,,....,,,,.,..,.,.......,.,,,,.,... ........,...... C hampaign, Ill. Audrey Bower .,,... ,............... M cKendree .,,,,.............,.,........ ..............,. L ebanon, Ill. Gladys Bennett ,,,.,... .........,...... P eopleis State Bank ............. ...,.......... N ewton, Ill. Maurice Clark ........ ................ A . W. Cash Valve Mfg. ,..,... ............. D ecatur, Ill. Ralph Connor ........... ................ U niversity of Illinois ,.,,,.... ...,.,.,............ U rbana, Ill. Verdie Correll ........ ..,,............ M cKendree .........,.,.............,,,, .....,,,........ L ehanon, Ill. Evon Dulgar ......... ,............... T eacher .........,,,........ ........... H idalgo, Ill. Lennie Ellis ........... I. S. N. U. ...........,. Adam Franke ...... ........... D ental School ,,,,,,.,... Grace Gosnell ........... ........... M rs. L. D. Kintner , Ida Green ............... ............,... T eacher .......................... John Harvey ............,. ........... M ilk Tester .,,,.,............., Elizabeth Hinds ..... .,......... M rs. James Kelso ...., .Ibhn Honey ...........,.. ........,.. D ental School ........... Margaret Honey ........,. ........... E ureka College ,..,.., Cloyce Hunt .............. ........... H ome ,,.,....,,.,.............. Glenn Isley ........... ........... S tudent .............,,, Leonard Isley ......... .McKendree .,...,...........,.,,., Wayne Isley ............ .E. I. T. C. ..............,.....,.,......., . Lucille .lourdan ..........,.,.............. Mrs. Victor Parkison .. Gwendolyn Keavin .University of Illinois . ..............,Normal, Ill Mo Louis, ...............Oblong, ...........,..................Onargo, Indianapolis, Ind. Louis, Mo. ...,.....,...........Eureka, Ill. ...,..,.,,..........Newton, Ill. ................Carthage, Ill. ..,........Lebanon, Ill. ..,......,.....Urbana, lg L, f fx f '5f?QX QD'21?i Q i X 1 Page Eighty-one is Ill: Montrose, Ill. Ill. Ill. .............Charleston, ........Charleston, Ill. Ill. L fri fH:w4Nuknmr 5-4v-rv-4 H H Ray King ......... Teacher ...,.,,.. .....,..... R ose Hill, Ill Nora Klier ..,........,...... . .... - ...... Nurse ..,.......,,,.x,,,,,,,4,.,,,,,,.,A,A,,,,,A44,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,. 0 lney, 111, Harry Lathrop ........ ........... H ome ,,,A,,,,,,,4,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ..4..,,,,,,,,.,.,. N gwtgn, 111, Kathryn Long ........... ....,...... C oplin Refrigerator Co, ,,,,,.,, ,,,,.,,.A,,,, D etroif, Mich, Circe Magill ................... McKendree' ,,,..,rr,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,44,,,,,,A,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Le bangni Ill, Vivian Marshall .,,....... ............ T eacher .,,,4,,,,,, , .,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,4.,,,,,, ,,,,,,.,,,.. N ewtgn, Ill, Floyd Mendenhall .................,....,. Shoe Factory ,A,,..,,,,,,,4,r,,,,,, ,,,,,,,44A,,,,,,,,4 N ewton, Ill, Albert Needham .......... ............ S ecretary, Factory ,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,4,, 4A,,4,,,,,,,,, S pringfleld, Ill, Adel Poehler ..,,......... ............ T eacher ....,,,.4,,,,,,,.,.,.,,,,...4,,,A,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,4.,,.4,, .,,,,,,,,,A,,,,, W healer, Ill, Margaret Raef ....... ............ B ookkeeper, Shoe Factory ,,,,,.,,,,.,, ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ewton, Ill. Dwight Reed .....,.. ......-----A E . I. T. C. ..,.......,..........l.....,.............,........ ............ C harleston, Ill. Leo Reis ....,......... ............ S t. Louis University -,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,, A,,,,,....,.4 S t. Louis, Ma. Teresa Reis ...l...i.l. ............ T eacher .,,.......,...,,,,,,.4, ,,,,,,,,,, ,,.4A,,,,,,, S t , Marie, Ill. Orville Resch ...,...... ............ A pple Orchard 4,,,,,,,,,.,,,,, ,,,,,.,,,, N ewton, Ill. Delmar Richards ....... ............ S outh End Grocery .............. .......... N ewton, Ill. Robert Richards .......... ............ S tation Agent ...,,...,,....t..,....,........... .....,............., B oos, Ill. Opal Romack ....,........... ............ M rs. Marion Schedbauer r,,,, ,.,4.,,,., A rNewton, Ill. Margaret Semple ...,,................... Mrs. Henry Shaffer .,,,..A,,.,.,,, .,,,..,A.,,.,.,,,, N ewton, Ill. Paul Smith ...,.,................ ............ I nsurance Agent ..,...,.........,, ......,.....,.,. J erseyville, Ill. Sheldon Story ........., ............ T eacher ..,...,,.............,,,.....,.... ....,......,.... Wh eeler, Ill. Pauline Sutton ............t ............ M illikin University .....,.,.. ....,,....,. D ecatur, Ill. Zola Swick ........,.............................. Millikin University .t............. ,......,,,... D ecatur, Ill. Katherine Trainor ........................ University of, Illinois .,,...... .,...,.,,,........ U rbana, Ill. Ruth Westendorf ...,..............,...,. Post Office ,4,.,,,,,........,..,.....,.... ..........,.... D ieterich, Ill. Dewey Wilson ............. ...l........ P harmacist .......,.,,..........,,,.. ........... S t. Louis, Mo. CLASS OF 1924 ...,St. Louis, Mo. .......,.....Newton, Ill. r..t........Chicago, Ill. .....,.,....Chicago, Ill. .......t..Newton, Ill. ,.,..,...I'Iidalgo, Ill. Ill ,,.,.......t..,Yale, ,,..............Yale, .Teacher ...........,.......,........,,................,., .............. B ogota, Cecil Acklin .,,,,... ............ M echanical School ............ Gordon Acklin .t........ .......... N Robert's Chevrolet ,,,,,r..,,,. Paul Allison ....... ....,.,...... T raveling Salesman ,,,..... Dale Bixler ....A..... .Medical School ,.....,,...... Gladys Bower .......... ............ M rs. Ray Bunton ,,.444... Ruth Carr ................... .......,.... M rs. Ted Marrs .....,.,,,,,............ Walter Chaney ..........., ............ F armer .........,....,.......,,......,,..........,,......,. Juanita Chapman ,,,,,..........,,....... Mrs. Dwight Wattleworth Roy Chesnut .............,.... t........... Lucille Clagg ............... ............. H ome ..............................,..............t... Idris Cornwell ...,.....................,.... McKendree .....t... Clayborne Cummins .................. Teacher .....,.....,.,.............,. Rose Cummins ....................,......... Home ...............,....,.,.,.............. Beaulah Davis ............ ............. M rs. Florent Menke ........ Gladys Davis ,,.......... ............. T eacher ......,.............,..,,............... Richard Davis ............,.. ............. W estern Electric Co. ,,,,.. . Treva Davison ,,.,,....... ............. T eacher .,.........,....,..,,,..,.......,,,.... Ethel Dougherty .....,... ............. N urse ...........,.,...................,........,.....f. Mary Dougherty .....,.,. ............. M rs. Alfred Romack ,,,.,........ Belle Dulgar ,,,.,..,..,, ............. T elephone Operator ....... Laurence Eaton .,,,,,,,, ,,........... U niversity of Illinois ...... Frances Elder ,,,,,,.,,,,.... ...,......,,. M rs. Lester Moomaw .......... Elizabeth Faller ......... ............. N urse ............... ,................ ......t..... Eugenia Flori ,..,,.... ............. T eacher ........,........................ .,.........Latona, .,,,....,....Rose Hill, ...Rose Hill 9 ......,.......Newton, Ill Ill Ill .......,......,,Lebanon, Ill Ill Ill Ill Ill .....,c,,H1dalgo, Pasadena, Calif ............tCaledonia, Ill Louis, Mo ....r..t.......Falmouth, Ill ,....,...Decatur, ..............eUrbana, Ill Ill ,,,,,,.,,.,,......,,Newton, Ill ......,,..Springfield, Ill Ill ..t.....,.Newton, IWXI fb Qui Nx4:4:4:c21r4 Page Eighty-two . plmrmql-spun e-I-13q:qvrr.".-wr' ' -w-:-2 qu. ' 4 y-rp-4 5-4 H kflrlwmf ffT7i7C7i x I X-X X4 Glenn Hall ..,..,.. ..............Teacher Ina Hall ,,,,,,........... ........,..,.. N urse ........,........,...,.,.......,.A Ralph Hall .............. ,............. F armer ..............,.........,..,,.,.,. Pearl Hanna ,,.......,..4.,. ..,,.......... M rs. Gaylon Reed ......,,,,... Clinton Harding ..........,...A............ Farmer ...,.A........................,..... Ethel Harris .........,...,..A................... Home ................................. Lee Harris ........,......A...... .............. T ire Shop ...A..............,,,.,,... Crace Henninger .,.. ...,.......... M rs. Virgil Babbs ....... Joseph Hostetter .....................,..... Musician ...,..................... Denzel Huddleston ............,........ Farmer ........,..,...............,....... Beulah Hunt ,,.........,.... ...,.,........ F iling Clerk .,.......................... Christena Hutson .... .....,........ M rs. George Cherry ............. Albert Irnming ,,,,,A.,.. ..........,... C lerk .....,......,........,,..,,,.,.......,..,.....,,.., Leslie Isley ...,,..,....,...... ....,,.i...... M usic School .................... Argola Ives .....,........ .............. E . I. T. C. .........4.......... . Bernice Jones ,,,,..r...... .............. M rs. Guy LeFever Henry Kinsel ......,,,.,,,,...................... E. I. T. C. .,............. . Floyd Kller .........,.. Margaret Maxwell Eugene Mason ...... Lanore Maxwell Charles Mitchell Marie Mitchell .,,... George McColley Dorothy McComas ...............,........School .,,,,,...............Home Bookkeeper .....,............. ,....................,..Nurse ....................,...Printers Chemical Co. Clerk ........,...,,,........,.............,... ....,,........,.........Teacher Charles McComas ...........,............ Street Car Conductor ...... Frank McCullough ...,,,........,,.,.,. 12th St. Station .......,,... Anna Parr ,..,..,,..,.,..,,.......,................. Teacher ,...................,,....... Clara Pictor .........,...... ......,....... S tenographer .................... Mona Portlock ........,. .............. M rs. Harry Wierman ..... Victor Reed ......,. ......,.,.,.,. D ePaul University .,........... Arthur Reis .,..,.,.... ...........,,. T eacher .............,................,... Bertha Reisner ..... .............. T eacher ...,,....... ........... Clyde Resch ..,...,.... ........,,.... F ireman ...........,...,, Cecil Sims ..........., .............. F. . I. T. C. ............... . Lowell Story 4,,.,,..... .,............ E . I. T. C. ..................... . Viola Tate ....................... ........... .. Telephone Operator .... Van Trexler ,,.,..... .................,.,....... T raveling Salesman ..... Bertha Wetherholt ........,,...,.,,.... Mrs. .Iohn Stretcher .....,.. Clarence White .............................. Teacher .........,....,.,......,........... Frank Woodard ....,.,. ,,....,....... T eacher ..........................,.,..... Winnie Worthy ,........, .........,.... M rs. Andrew Brown ..........., Pauline Wright ..,.,...... ......,....... H ome .444A,.,..,,......,................,..................... Walter Wright ......... Charles Alcorn ...... Bernice Batman ,.... Helen Bayles .,,,.,,..... Margaret Chesnut Dalton Conley ...... Dallas Brass Sz Copper Co. ,.,,,,.. . CLASS OF 1923 .Forgings Inspector ....,.. ..............Milliken University ,...............,.......Teacher ..............,.........Teacher, N. P. S. ..............R6SIdCIlC6 .......,.,..Champaign, Ill Louis, Mo ...........Sedoris, Ill. ,.,.........0lney, Ill ...........Siegle, Ill. ..........,.............,...Boos, Ill .......,.....................Oblong, Ill. ..................................Newton, Ill. Williamson, W. Va Ill ...,...........,,.....Chicago, Ill. ................Mattoon, Ill. ............Newton, Ill. .....,,,..,.,..,..,...Chicago, Ill. .............,..Charleston, Ill. ......,.,......,.......Oblong, lll ...............Charleston. Ill. ....,,.........Chicago, Ill .....,............Newton, Ill. .,,.,......Pontiac, Mich. ................Olney, Ill ............Alton, Ill. ...................Moline, Ill .......................Newton, Ill. .......,............Chicago, Ill ,,.,,,,,......Indianapolis, Ind. .,,,,................Chicago, Ill. ...........Oak Park, Ill. .....,.....Evansville, Ind. ....,,,,,.......Gary, Ind. .......,.........Chicago, Ill. Marie, Ill. ,..............Hidalgo, Ill. ....,.,,,,.,..,..,...Mattoon, Ill. .......,,,.....Charleston, Ill. .....,........,Charleston, Ill. ,,,,..............Newton, Ill. ......,,,..Chicago, Ill. ............,..........Peoria, Ill. .....,,,........Rose Hill, Ill. .........,.......Newton, Ill. .........,..Newton, Ill. .,.......,.Chicago, Ill. ...........Chicago, Ill. .,....Indianapolis, Ind. ...................,Decatur, Ill. .,,............Wheeler., Ill. .,........,.Newton, Ill. ,,.........Newton, Ill. A x x I 4 , . , fx 4,5 f. : 41: QD QKZBQC: X fri 4 Pale Eighty-three ...................Newton, . L 4 Hwy-:,:lKN1IkUmr,t,f-scscy4, Leland Conley ......... Gen. Motor Co. ...,......o.. ......,,,,,. C hicago, Ill. Gladys Davis .....,,,, .............,. T elephone Operator .... ,.,,.......... N ewton, Ill. Inez Davis .......... ...........,... T eacher ......s,,..,...........,..,,,.,,, ...........,. O nargo, Ill. Kathrn Dorn ........, .......,....... M rs. Rodger Bailey ..,,..... ..,........,... D enver, Colo. Louise Faller .......,......,..................... Nurse ...,...,...A.A...,.....................,,.. ...,.........s S pringiield, Ill. William Franke ........................... Dentist ....,,,....., ,,,.,, ........,,....,,......... N e wton, Ill. Henrietta Cangloif ..................... Nurse ,,,............ ....,...... E vansville, Ind. Helen Harris .................................... Millikin ........... .........,......,., D ecatur, Ill. Philomena Hines ......................,, Teacher .........., r............ N ewton, Ill. Gertrude Howell ........................ Bookkeeper ....... ............., N ewton, Ill. Verle Huddleston ........................ Farmer ...,.............,,....,.,....,.... ,........... A dvance, Ill. Ill Ill Addie Jourdan ......... Mabel Jourdan ......... Kenneth Lake ..r...... Maurice Lee ......... Lucille Martin ........,... John Mattingly .,,,,,... Clara Maxwell ,....... Dorothy Miner ......... Mabel Plunkett ........ Teacher ..,....,..............,,...,.......... Mabel Schoenke Bookkeeper ...........,....,.,.,.,,. Ford Motor' Co. ...,........ . ................Business College ................Farmer Mrs. J. E. Slotwin ...,.. ....,.......,..Waukegan, . Wlndianapolis, Ind. ,.,.................Detroit, Mich. .........,.,,.,.....,..,Olney, Ill. .....................Newton, Ill. ............South Bend, Ind Mrs. Earl Gri she .... ............... C hampaign, Ill. g Y ---- Columbia University Marv Richards ...,....................,.,.,. McKendree ...................,,,,,..... Mildred Romack ....,.....,,..,......... Bank ......,...,..,,.,.l..,,..............,,.,..l Helen Sutton .,,,,,..,.,.,. ..,............. T eacher, N. P. S. ,,,,.............. . Victor Weber .........,................,.,.... Am. Steel Fencing Co. Bessie Wilson ....,,.........,..,,.........,... Nurse .....................l....,,......,........ Eugene Winterrowd Kenneth Barkley .....,.,. Nell Brothers ......,.,...,.. Nellie Clark ....,...,,...,,,.. Gladys Dickerson ,,,,,,........,.....,.. Winnie Dougherty ..,.......r.r.,..,.. Frances Evans .............. .......... Clara Eveland ..,.,.,.,,. Lanore Gorrell .............. Cement Co. ..i.,..,.............. . CLASS OF 1922 .Clerical ..,,,.,,,............. .NU TSC ..........,....,..,... ........ .Mrs .Mrs .Mrs .Mrs .Mrs Mrs. B. C. Allen .....,.,,, Roy Robbins ,..... Inman Myers ......,.,, Ora Moomaw ............. T. L. McKnight Neil Franke ......... York ...........,....Lehanon, Ill. ..,,.........Newton, Ill. ...................,Newton, Ill. .............Waukegan, Ill. Louis, Mo. ....,,,.....,Hannihal, Mo. ' Ill. Ill. Ore. .............ChlCag0, .,....,...........Olnev, ............,....Heopner, ....,,...West Liberty, Ill. Ill. Ill. Ill. ...........,.....SheH'1eld, ..............Newton, .....,,..,,,,.Newton, ........,......Newto'1, Helena Green ..,..,,.................,....,.,..., Nurse ,,,,,.,,,.,,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,,,, ..,,,,....... 0 lney, Ill. Lawrence Hartlerode ..........,.... Shoe Factorv .,,.... ..,..........,...........,.... 0 lney, Ill. Mona Harrison .............................. M rs. B. D. Parr ,,,, ............,,...........,,....,......... 0 lney, Ill. Tohn Hicks ,....................................., Teacher ,......,,,.......,...,.........,. .,............ W ebster Groves, Mo. Madonna lmming ir,,.,..........,,...... Public School ,.....,........... ................... 1 ...... N ewtrl. Ill. Alma James ............,,,..,. .,,,,...... M rs, Austen Obert ....,..... .........,......, S prinafield, Ill. Margaret Johnson .,,,....,,..,,,,........ Mrs. Lorral Kellog ............ ,.........,,,................... N ewton, lll Everett .Tourdan .,,,.... .Terovne Jourdan .... Nettie Jourdan ....... final Mahaney .......... Funice May .....,..,.,...,. Herman May ,,,.,........ Ruth Mitchell ,......... Clella McComas .... Dental Collerre .,... ......... St. Vincent School ..,,. Wmi:Ass't. Supervisor of Nurses .............,.,. f.MfQQ"'iiQQQ5if Jeiiigils ,.,.. -Home ...,...,.,,......................... . .Shurtliff College ....... . -Bank .....,........,,,...........,... . Louis, Cape Girardeau. Mo ........,,,..Pasadena. Calif. Newton, Ill ,,,,.,,,,,,.,,,....,Olney, Ill ...............Newton, Ill ....................Alton, Ill ..,,.,,.i....,Chicago, Ill A X! Cxfx 1343 'S fy-47-42--ay-cy-42-42-Q Dan. lla I-n.l4n--v Ill. Mo: 7:-ver -N .-:uw X-'Lu-1 1 H V 1. -y-v 4 H Q-4 p-cp-4 v-4 ff kfltlwmf ' 'i "7" F X I X I Nellie Ping ......... Hazel Reed ..,.,,... Zella Reed .......,.,.. Bessie Ross .............. Merl Ross ..,.......,........ Alice Rutherman . Pearl Rutherman . Mary Spitzer ....,....,.,. Lucille Whalin .,.,,..... Emma Rose Allen .... Rolla Allison .......,.,...... Mrs. Vernon Ellis ....,,.... Nurse .....,.....l...........,..,............. Mrs. Everett Bixler ......,... Peoples State Bank .,,,.,,... Insurance Agent ..,......... Teacher ...................,,,....... Nurse ............... . ............i.......... Mrs. Frank Schuch .......... University of Illinois CLASS OF 1921 Mrs. R. C. Pound .,,,..... ..............Lowe and Allison Lorraine Batman ...,................... Qirivimmfxgg lx 1 IX ..............Rural Valley, Pa. V .......,...Cincinnati, Ohio ................Newton, Ill. A ,...............Newton, Ill. v ...,.....,.Robinson, Ill. A .................Newton, Ill. ....,.............Denver, Colo. V .........,,,....Willow Hill, Ill. fx .....,,.,,.......Urbana, Ill. V A xf I X X Louis, Mo. f .............Newton, Ill. X .Teacher ..................,...........,.,.......o.... .............. P alestine, Ill. A Anna Bever .............. .............. M rs. Arthur Westendorf ......,..... Newton, Ill. iv' Dorothy Boos .....,.. .............. H ome ..........,...1..........,,,............, ,.. .................. Newton, Ill. Russell Harrison .... .............. E lectrician ..,...,........,................ l.l....................... JG ary, Ind. KN Camilla Hodge .......... ............ - Georgetown College ......... ..... G eorgetown, Ky. 'V Pearl Isenburg .......A.. ........A..... T eacher ...,.....,.......,.......,,,,,.... ..,............... N ewton, Ill. A Lea Koontz ...........,. .............. P ost Office .........,........... ................... N ewton, Ill. Echo Lawrence .,.. .............. T eacher ............ .............. D anville, Ill. V Louis Markwell .......... ,.............. U ndertaker ......,.,...,. ..........l. N ewton, Ill. 1X Hildred Ransom .,A,.,...,,..........,..... Stenographer .......,............. ............ S t. Louis, Mo. V Beatrice Ross ....,.....l.. ll............. M rs. Alva Smith ......,.......l......... ............... V andalia, Ill. Sadie Semple ...........,,.......,.......,,...... Mrs. O. M. Mitchell ,,...,......, .............. W estfield, Ill. A Cornelia Stanley .,,........................ Mrs. Harold Westerman ..., ............................ A ledo, Ill. v Gladys Wakefield ........................ Mrs. W. H. Hussman ...,....... ........... Lo ngville, Minn. ,X Dale Wilson ................ ............ M McKendree . ............,.....,......,... ............... Le banon, Ill. V fX CLASS OF 1920 xf Paul Adams .................................... Insurance .............,,.................... ,.,,,,,,,.,., S t, Louis, Mo, A Kathryn Albright ........................ Teacher N. P. S. .,....,,.... ,.,,.,.,..,,,,,,.,,,,,,, N ewton, Ill, V Mabel Alcorn ............ ............... M rs. O. A. Groves .. ,,,. West Liberty, Ill, A Loren Babbs ............ ,.............. K roger Grocery ,.,,,,..,..,. ...,..,.,,.,,.,, E dwardsville, Ill. ivi Leland Corbin ......... ........... - -University of Illinois ,.... ....,.................... U rbana, Ill. Glenn Eaton .......... ............... L ight and Power Co. ....,.. ,,........,,.,,,,,,,,..,, P ortland, Ore, A Mack Eaton ............... ......... - .... C 0aCll ............................,,..,..... Murphrysboro, Ill. X! Crete Evans .......................................................................................... ...........................,,, D eceased ,X Lawrence Freeman .,................... Teacher ..,,.......,........,....,.. ,,,,,,,,,,o,,,,,.,,,,4,, A una, Ill. i Spurgeon Hodge ..............,......... Principal H. S. ,,,,,.,.., ,,,,,,,,.,,,, M cFall, Mo, V Irene Hunt ..............,...,....................... Teacher ......,,.................... ,,,,,,,,,,,, O ak Park, Ill. 'N Edna Kibler ............... ............... M rs. Fred Weber o,,,,,,, ,,,.,.4,,,,,, W yoming, Ill, of Lou Edna Kibler ............... Mrs. Turner ,....,..,...,.......... .......,,,,,.. S t, Louis, Mo. Cecle Matheny .............................. Insurance Agent ........... ,..,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,o, Y ale, Ill, A Lester Moomaw ....,................ - .... Salesman ............................ ,,.,,,,,,,,..,., N ewton, Ill, V Lola Newberry ..,,..,., ,.............. E . I. T. C. ..,.,.......................... ,..,,,,,,,, C harleston, Ill. ,X Gladys Pate ...,...... ......... - .... M rs. R. L. .Iones .......,....,.,....,, ,.....,,.,,,,,,..,.,,.,,,, Be nton, Ill. Fern Rhodes ............... ,............... M rs Floyd Woodard ......,,.... .....,,.....,, Y psilami, Mich, V Lucille Stuteville ....,.,................. Nurse ................................,,,......... ,,,.,,,.,,,,, S t. Louis, Mo. fx. Ethel Wakefield ........................... Mrs. R. Wagner .,,,.,..... ..,,.,,..,,,,, N ewton, Ill. Vi Hazel Whalin ............ ................ B ank Clerk ...,,,....., ....,..,...,.. N ewton, Ill. A X! A l A X 1 Qxf SX 24:4 X X f X I X f j X X 1 PiPx?i2C l Y 771 P836 Elzhu-ive x IWX xx D I :::::4::bfPd'LtliLTJ1TfPiifirfbibxfI Lucille Bayles .....,... Luella Carr ........,...,.. Hilda Cornwell ..........................,... Margaret Foreman ...,................. Anna Franke .................. Katie Isenhuerg ......... Kendall Johnson ......... CLASS OF 1919 . Teacher N. C. H. S. ..,.......... . Teacher ...A..........A.,,.,..,..,.,,,..,..,,.,, Filing Clerk .....,i..,......,,............,.. Prlvate Secretary ..,,.................... Mrs. Frank McCullough A....,., H. H. Harvey ..............,. Bond Salesman .....,,.,...,..,,... ..............Newton, Ill. City, Ill. ..,..,.........Springf1eld, Ill. ..............Dallas, Texas .............Chicago, Ill. .........,.....,....Newton, Ill. .........f,..,Columbus, Ohio Maud Maxwell .,.......... ............. M rs. Oliver Duprau ,,,, ,,..4...,,,, L os Angeles, Calif. Leonard Mitchell ..,.,................. -Car Inspector .......A...,,, .,,,,,, S outh Bend, Ind. F lossie Read .A........................,,........ Teacher .......,,,......,,....,.,,, ,44.4,.,,,,,,, P alestine, Ill, Josephine Rutherman .....,...... Mrs. R. Wilson ,,,,..,, 44,,A,,,, , ,,,,, D enver, Colo. Maud Stine ..,.,,..............,...,.............. Stenographer .....,.....,........ ..,,,,........ B elleville, Ill. Raymond Wilson ..............i....i.... Electrical Engineer ,......... ,4,,.,,,,,,,,,, D enver, Colo. CLASS OF 1918 Lowell Bayles ...AA.... ............. A viator .....................A,......,.....,......,.., St. Petersburg, Fla. Neil Franke ...,........ ,............ D entist ........,..............,.................. ...........,,,........,..,.,,, N ewton, Ill. Grace Freeman ,.,......... ............. C lerk ........,...............,........,.,.......,. .........,,,,,,,.., N ewton, Ill. Anges Hines ..........,. ............. M rs. B. L. Mitchell ........ ..........,...,........ F isher, Ill. George Houser ....... ............. G arage ......i.........,,...........,...... ...,............,..,.,..,.. G reenup, Ill. Alva LaCoax .......,. .,........... C arpenter ........,.,................,. ..,,....... S ailor Springs, Ill. John Love ............. ............. T eacher ....................................... .............., C handlerville, Ill. Olen May ,.....,,,......... ............. A rchitectural Engineer .,... ........... M anitowoc, Ill. Orvall Mitchell ..........,,.,................ Teacher ..........,,....,.,..........,.,.. ....,,......... W estfield, Ill. Ora Moomaw .......,....... ...-......Dentist ,.....,.. .........,,..... ,..., .............. N e w ton, Ill. Ralph Moore ....,,...........,....A.......i............,...,...........,.....,.......,..................,...,........i ........,... C hicago, Ill. Francis Moshenrose .................. S. S. Dole ,,...,.............,,,...,.,......,..... .,......,....... U . S. Navy Madge Whisenand ,....,,.............. Mrs. Norman Cunningham ...........i.. Newton, Ill. CLASS OF 1917 Earl Cornwell ,,,,.,... ....,,,,,,... C hemist ,,,,.......,..................,.............. .......,.......... C hicago, Ill. Inez Davidson ........... ,.,......,... M rs. Oran Ward ................ ,........ A rlington, Calif. Freda Dorn .......,,...... ............. B eauty Parlor ....,....,...,... .......,... M ilwauke, Wis. Lucille Garner ...... .............. M rs. Verner Heep .................,.,,,.. ..................,,...... N ewton, Ill. Marie Gibson ...,,.... ........,..... M rs. Clarence Doerr .........,,.....,...... ....,...........,.............. N ewton, Ill. Julia Gilmore ......,.. ....,........ M rs. James McCullough ......,.,.... .......,...... E ast Orange, N. J. Gertrude Jones ........... .Mrs. Fred Berry .....,.......,....,....... ....................... L ouisiana, M0- Rose ,lourdan ......... .....,........ M rs. Drexel Dana .......,.........., ...Los Angeles, Calif. Ruth Kasserman ........ .............. N urse ...............,..,,,....................... ................... S t. Louis, M0- George Payne ,.,,.,.............,,............ Press Office .....,,.........,......,..,,.....,... .............. N ewton, Ill- Catherine Prather ........................ Mrs. Walter Lambird ............. ...,....i........... N ewton, Ill. William Scanlan ,,,..,....,............. Parina Mills .........,.........,.....,...., ................... S t. Louis, Mo. Paul Shamhart ,,,........ .............. E dison Co. ..........,...........,,...,,.., .............. B ig Creek, Calif. Evelyn Smoot ........ ,,.,.......... M rs. Mathew Land .......... ........................ C armi, Ill- CLASS OF 1916 Claude Carter Cantwell ..............,.....,...............,.......................,.............. ................ D 6063503 Maude Carter ..................,.,.,.......... Mrs. Will Holt ........ ..................... N CWIOII, Ill- Dewey Connor .....,........................ State Engineer .... ................... C reerlville, Ill- Lela Gill ..,................. .............. T eacher ..............,.. ............ T erre Haute, Ind- John Hauk ,...........,.,........ ......,....... P ostman ,.,,...,. ................... N ewton, Ill- Marjorie Hersh ........... Deceased x f-x I X X I 7 xy 9-42--QQ-42-42-Q2-Q fwzsrfw Page Eighty-six WW' ref-1: 'B :" "af 'fx V A X1 V A V 'A v A Xl x x XX X l XX x IN ' Xl A v fr v A A V A 'v A V, A v 'N V fx Nl x v 'x wr. "i U' " L as-fs-fp-as-4 Nukamryarweifwx George Kasserman Motor Car Co. .............. .....,....... N CWIOII, Ill. Sibyl Kennet ...,.,.............................. Teacher N. P. S. .....,..... ..........,... N ewton, Ill. Rayrnond Kibler .,,4., ............... M erchant ...........v............ ............. N cwton, Ill. A A Vesta Love .,.,,.........., Mrs. Ralph Wilson ............. Jackson, Miss- Alta Matheny ............ ............... M rs. Raphael Faller ..... ............. N ewton, Ill- Dewey Matheny .... Salesman .......................,......,.,.,,..,, ........... C hicago, Ill. Mildred Maxwell , Mrs. Rae Townsend .,.......... ................. H aglcr, Ark- John May ,,.,,,........,.,...............,.,....... Farmer ........,............................,. ....................... N ewton, Ill- Paul McCullough ..... ...,....,......... E lectric Co. ....................,....... .................................. G ary, lrld- - Hazel O'Neil .,.......,,., Mrs. D. Shoemaker ................ ..,.,.......... I ndianapolis, Ind. Candace Ream ,.,..,.,.... .,,............ M rs. Hallie Hubbard .....,... ....................... C hicago, Ill. Nellie Reed ,,..,,....... ......,........ M rs. Earl Martin ........................... ...,,..... A Shland, Tenn- Verner Reep ,,,,,,.... ..,............ O rchardist and Insurance ,.,........... Ncwgon, Illi Theo Shar ,,,A,,,,,.,.. ....................................,..,,,.................. ....i...... ............................... CC C 8 SC Byron Treiger ........,..... .,.,.....,,.,.. D entist ,,..,....,,,.....,........... ................ C al1rleSt,0n Ill- Leonard Trexler ..,,..............,........ Teacher ..............,,.,.....,......... .........,............ N eoga, Ill. Austin Utterback .........,.............. Electrical Engineer ......... ............. C hicago, Ill. CLASS OF 1915 Dale Arnold .,,....,..,.... .,,............. C ift and Radio Shop ..,,,.... .......... 1 ........... O lney, Ill. Billie Barker ..........,,....,................... Mrs. McDaniels ..............,,.,. ...........,.. S t. Louis, Mo. Lorraine Barthelme ,,.......,...,,...... Physician ....,............................. .................. O lney, Ill. August Bayse .............,,,................. Machinist ,.,........,........,,.,...,..,,....... .............. N ewton, Ia. Hazel Clark ......... ................ M rs. F. W. Schwarzlose ......... .................... U rbana, Ill. Merna Clark ......... ,...,,..,..,.... M rs. Glenn Stine .,,.,.........,.,... ........................... P eoria, Ill. Clara Dorn .,..............., ,,.,.,......... B ookkeeper ..............,..,..,......... ....................... L Denver, Colo. Audra Foreman .,...,...,.................... Mrs. E. C. Fuller ,,,,,,,. .......... J ersey City, N. J. Hallie Hubbard ,...,,, ..........,,........ D entist ...,,,............,.......... ...................... C hicago, Ill. Daisy Payne ............... ............... T eacher ,,............ 1 ....,,, .................. D ecatur, Ill. V Ray Winter ...........,. ............... U ndertaker ,..,..........,...,,.,....... ............. O blong, Ill. CLASS OF 1914 Ada Beeman .......... ............... M rs. D. C. Carroll ................. ............... W inchester, Ky. Ethel--Clark ................., ............... K indergarten Teacher ......,, ..................,.... C hicago, Ill. Lloyd Crowley ....,.... ........,.,..,.. C lerk ..........,...... - ..........,,.,.........,. .............................. N ewton, Ill. Nell Delzell .............,...,......,........... Mrs. E. W. Rodgers .. .,,,,., Long Beach, Calif. Gertrude Franke . Mrs. John Darby .....,... ............... S pringfield, Ill. Eskie Hackney ......... ..,............ V eterinary ,.,...............,....,. .................... H errin, Ill. Beryl Houser .......,.... ............... M rs. Bob Mineo ..,,,,....,.... ...,,,,,,,,,, N ewton, Ill. Lulu Kasserman ..,,,,,..,.,............... Mrs. J. H. Pursifull ........,.... .,,,.,..,.,...., P eoria, Ill. H Lee Kasserman .......,. ............... M ail Carrier .....,.............,...... ,...,...........,.. N ewton, Ill. Guy Keach .,,,,,....... ............... F armer ,,,,,,.......,....,,.....,,,.,,.... .......,..,. R ose Hill, Ill. Lloyd Mann ............... ............... C ivil Service .. ..........., Decatur, Ill. Eunice McKinley .........,.............................................,............. ............ C alifornia Max Money ,,...,................................. Seed Merchant ...,...., .............. P aria, Ill. Marie Schackmann .....,....................,....................................,., ,.,,.,..,,.,,, D eceased Lawrence Shup .............................. Printer .............,..... ...,,,............ N ewton, Ill. Inez Sims ...........,......... ............... M rs. Zurick ...,.. 1 ...,.................. .,...,.,......., C a nton, Ohio James Wright ,........... ............... I . C. R. R. ......,,,,,,...,.,........,..,..... ,.,,,,...... M attoon, Ill. CLASS OF 1913 J. Hal Connor ......,,.,.. ....,.......... P rincipal .....,...................,,,,...... ,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, C handlerville, Ill, Hazel Barrett .....,...... ............... M rs. C. F. Newton ............ .,,,.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,,.,,. A lton, Ill. V fx 'V J. l v'.. Cxf f f,cxfp4yf -:arc an I X. 2 i3i2x7'i Q Page -Eighty-ann H ff: f- 'r"f"'1'ii"'-we fr ft Qs Di fH:f.:4Nuknmr 5-4:-dcffv-47-49-45.1 'I Opal Berry .................,..................... Mrs. Roscoe Miller ,A,,,,, ,,,A,,,,. N ,,,,, N ewtgn, 111, V Maud Bruner ............. - .............. Mrs. Fuller Franke ,,,..,. .,..,,,,,,,,,,,, N ewtgn, 111, Florence Clark ..,....... ............... B ookkeeper .,.........,.....,... ..,.,,,A,,,,.. N ewtgn, 111, A Charles Delzell .,,,,..... ,......,.............,.,.,...,................... ..,., ,,,.,,,,,,.,,..,,,,.., D e C eased v Marvin Earnest .......... ............... M echanic ...,,...,,,. ,,,.,,,,,.,,,, 5 ,,,,,,, N gwton, 111, A Drexel Foreman .........,................. Real Estate A....,, ,.,,,,,,,,,,,, F L Worth, Texas Adda Franke ..,............. ............... B ookkeeper ...,.,..... A,A,,,,.,,,,,.,,,.,,, B ickngll, Ind, V F lorent Franke ......... ......,........ T eacher .....,......,.. ,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,, S t, Louis, MO, A Frank Kinsel ............... ......A........ P riest ...,..........,,......,... ,,,,,,,,,,,,A,, W ashington, D, C, V Gladys Letsinger ,,,,..................,. Stenographer ......,..., ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, V inqennes, Ind, Harry Love ..,............... ............... C ity Clerk ...........,,, ,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, N ewton, Ill, A Frank Martin ................................. I. C. R. R. ....... ,,.,,,,..,,.,4. C hieago, Ill. V Thaddeus Martin ......................., Teacher ...........,........,..,......, A,,,,,,.,,,..,.,,.,,.,,,,,,,,,,,, P arig, Ill. A Helen Maxwell .......,. ............... M rs. Joe Bell .....,........,.,.... .,..t,.,,,,, I ndianapolis, Ind. V Bernice Money ......... ............... M rs. Thad Martin ......... ..,,,,,.,,..,,,,.,,,.,,,,,., P aria, Ill. Joyce Neal .......,.,.. ................ C arpenter .........................,..... ..,,.,....,.... C hieago, Ill. A Roy Stanley ,........, ................ P oultry 81 Feed Co. .,A,,,..... ....,.........,,. N ewton, Ill. gf' Jessie Swem ,.,......... ........... M rs. Claud Johnson .......,,, ,.......A.....,,,,..,.. N ewton, Ill. Bertha Wemmer Paul Wiseman ...... Lucille Burton ....,,.. Nurse ...................,.........,.....,.,,, ...........M3ChlH1St CLASS OF 1912 Mrs. L. J. Goetzrnan ......... Ivan Carter ,.,,.,...... ........... l . C. R. R. ...,,..,,................. . Arthur Clark .............. ........... C lerk ............,..,.........,...................,. Nina Holt ,.,,......,...............i............... Mrs. E. T. Hutchings ....,,........ Nora Jasper Ross Homer Kasserman Don Kasserman .. Vivian Kibler .....,.. Vere Kibler ,....... A. J. Kinsel ........ .lames Kissinger ..... Ralph Mann ,...,,............. Ursel McKinley .....,.... Hugh Musgrove .......... Zola Musgrove ...,... ...Lawyer .........,,,..,. ...... ,.......... . . , ...Rice Grower . ......,........... ...Mrs. Arthur Clark ..... Mrs. Dorris Sims ........., Merchant .........,,.............. Civil Service ..,......... Ranchman ............ Dressmaker ......... Electrician ............ Mrs. Kelly .................. Marie Parks .........,... ......... - .Mrs. Roy Bevis ........ Harry T. Payne .......... ,........,.. A bstractor ,.,.......,.. 4 ......... Nellie Skelton ..,.,,.... ............ S tenographer ...........,.......,....,. Cora Smith .,,.,,,,... ............ M rs. Victor Connor ........ Ralph Smith ,,,,A,.. ............ M usic Store ........................ Ralph Sutton .........,... ...............................,........................................... Leon Wakefield ..,. Tura Beeman .......... Dee Burke ............. Earl Clayton .......... Harrell Girhard ...,.,... Don Kasserman CLASS OF 1911 Mrs. A. J. Kinsel ......,.. Mrs. T. H. Myer .........,.. Lumberman ...,.............. Teacher ........................ .....,,....Indianapolis, Ind. NA ..,..............Robinson, Ill. V . 1X V 1X - V ...................Ros1clare, Ill , Ill. A .,..........Lawrenceville, Ill. V ..................,....,Centralia ...................Marlm, Texas Deceased A ......................Newt0n, Ill. V ............................Rector, Ark. A ......,......Lawrenceville, Ill. ...,....................Newton, Ill. X! ......................Newton, Ill. A ...........Point Luma, Calif. lx, .................Aberdeen, Idaho A ...................Indianapolis, Ind. 1 Ill. V .,,.............Lamanda Park, Calif. A ...,.,.....,......................Newton, Ill. 111. V Indianapolis, Ind. W5 ........,................Newton, Ill. lv .........,,....,Danville, Ill. A Deceased 1 ............Rector, Ark. V A V my .,..............,........Newton, Ill. X! ................Evansville, Ind. 'X xf ............Greenfield, Ill. ,X V XX. X! Xfrfixixfx tak! 34:c:c:4:i24:4.2 X I -I X Page Eighty-eight nu. -'f- 17"--" -:q -ff-Q-f-. ev, -- -F-M, J' A L 'Zy-65-65-45-45-4 Pillflllilttt 7-C7-47-47-49-Qi I. W. Hlutson .............. .........., E xpressman ..A.,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,,4,,,.,,,,, N ewton, Ill, Fred Kasserman ........,...,, ..,....,... D airyman ,,,,,,...4,,,,,,,,4.44,,4 ,.,,,,,,,,,,A,, N aperville, 111, Blanch Kibler .......,...... ...,....... M rs. V. G. Rawlins ,.,.4,, ,,,,,..x,,,,,,A,,,.4 R oodhouge, Ill, Maurice Litzelman ...,................. Confectionary ..,,,..,,,,,,,,.,,,A,,.,,, ,,,,4,4,4,,,A,, L ong Beaghy Calif, Lllfa McKinley ,.,,.A.,,.... .,.,....... T eacher .......,..,,..,.............,,,,,.,.,Ak.,,..., A,..,,,,,,,A, I ndianapglig, Shirley Money ........ ,........,. M rs. Harrell Girhard ,........,. ,.,A.,......,,,, G reenfteld, Ill, Fred Payne ...................... ........... F armer .....,.................................,... l.,..,,,...,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G reenup, Ill, B8SSiS Ralldlemaml ....... ........AA..........,,..............................,...,.,..,., ..........,.,. K a nsas City, Mo. Delbert Sims .................,. ........... F loor Manager ,,,,,,,..,,,,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, C hicago, Ill, Golda Smith ......... ........... M rs. W. C. Gossett ...,...,... .....,,,..,......,,,,,, M eridian, Idaho Charles Teets ,...,... ........... M ining Engineer ,.,..,...,,. Santa Monica, Calif. Lea Varney ...,..,..,....... ...,...,... M rs. E. C. Faris ,......... .,...,,,,,,,,,,4,, N ashville, Tenn, Hersfillel Week ........ ........,...............,,,........r.......,,,,,.....,,.,.,,.... ,444r,,,,,.,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D ec eased CLASS OF 1910 Lawrence Arnold ......, ........... H ay Dealer ...,.,......r.,................ .......,.,,.....,, N ewton, Ill. Genevieve Barker ....,.. .,......... I nternal Revenue Co. ..,r, ,,,................... C hicago, Ill. Lora Batman .............. .,......... M rs. I. W. Hutson .,.........., .............,............... N ewton, Ill. Bertha Beeman ....,,.. ........... M rs. Chas. Baumann ........... .............. J acksonville, Fla. Gladys Berry ........ ......,.... M rs. Geo. Warren .....,......... ............... W est Liberty, Ill. Clara Boos .............. ........... S ister of Providence .,,. .................. R omantic, Ill. Avegail Clark ........... ........ .. Home ...,...................,.................... ................ B everly, Calif. Bertha Clark ..,....,...... ............ M rs. Harold Catlin ,,i,,, ...................... D ecatur, Ill. Clara Crowley ,,....,. ..,.,....... M rs. E. W. Christman .......... Bloomington, Ill. Lillian Drury ......,,,,. ............ M rs. C. H. Vernon ..,.,,........................... ............. V andalia, Mo. Martha DuBois ...,.,. ..,,........ T eacher Carl Schultz H. S .....,....,,... ............ C hicago, Ill. Maude Hubbard .,........ ,,.......... C lerk ..........,..,.........,.....,......,,.,,...........,.......,. ......,........... N ewton, Ill. Otis Jayne ..,...........,..... .,,,..,,.... V eterinary .......................................,,... .......,......, L ouisville, Ind. May LaMotte ...,..,... ............ M rs. Grover Cassidy ............. ..............., M ontrovia, Calif. Shirley Mason ....... ............ M rs. H. P. Klier ,....,..,.....,, ..............,.,.,,......... E lgin, lll. Lily Payne ........,..............,. .......,.... M rs. Roy Yost .................. .....,.........,....... O lney, Ill. Jackson Percival ....... .......,.... S tarch Factory ...............,. ....,,...... D ecatur, Ill. Nellie Schackman .......,,,........... Peoples State Bank ..., ............. N ewton, Ill- Dorris Sims ..,,,.,............ ............ N ational Bank .......,...,.,,.. ,.........., N ewton, Ill. Will Schackman ...,...., .........,.. N ational Bank .,.....,.,. ............. N ewton, Ill. Grace Sutton ,.........,.. ............ H ome .......,...,......,...................,. ........,.... N ewton, Ill- CLASS OF 1909 Ruth Black ,,,.,...i....,,. .,,..,...,.. M rs. C. M. Patterson ,,....,..., .....,,,....,.. I ndianapolis, Ind. Fed Bradbury .,.,....., ............ D airyman .............,............,....... ......,.......... O verland, Mo. Victor Connor 44,,,,, .,..,....... C ontractor ........... ........,.. .................., N e wton, Ill. George Faller ,....,,.,, ...,,....... P riest ..........,,,,,............. ,....,.,.......,...... S iegle, Ill. George Girhard ,,..,....... ............ T eacher ..,..,......,,,........,.... ..,............... H illsboro, Ill. Elsie Jones ,,,,,........... ............ M rs. Harry Davy ........... ,.,,............ T erre Haute, Ind. Clara Mann ,.,,,.,.,,,.,,.,.,,,,..,,,,,.,,,.... Mrs. Fred Todd ............. ,.., ..................... P a lestine, Ill. Edward Matheny ,,,,............,.,..,.. Salesman ..........,,,,...........,........, ..........,.... K ansas City, Mo. Kittie Moshenrose ,,,,,, ......,...... M rs. Peter McLees ........,. ...............,............ C hicago, Ill. Harold Roebuck ,.,,,,,,, ,.,..,.,.,,.. C onstruction Co. ........... ,,.,,...... L os Angeles, Calif. Charles Ross ,,.,.,,,,..,,..,.. ,............ F armer ...,...............,.............. ..............,,....... N ewton, Ill- Katie Schackman ,,,,,4,,..ii..,.,.,i.,., Stenographer ........,.,,........,..... .,.,...,..... C incinnati, Ohio Lora Schackman ,,,,.,,,,,,,,i,,..,.,,,, Mrs. George Girhard .. ....,,... .............. H illsboro, Ill. 3'3i3f,oFibf?4 f Di 4 iP'2i7i Q 3 or Pale Eighty-nine me H 'N,, WWW L eww: Nulurmrb Humax Inez Weck ............. .... ........ M r s. C. A. Ade ,....... ..,.................... C hicago, Ill. Eva Williams .......... ............. M rs. Donelson ,,,,,,....................,. .......,........ T erre Haute, Ind. CLASS OF 1908 Della Benefiel ......... ............. M rs. E. O. Todd ,,,,,,,..,........... .,,,,.,A.A,.. C asey, Ill, Charlie Connor ............ .............,i......,...,...,............,,......,....,.,,....,.,........, .,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D e ceased Cleo Cooper ......i....,.... .,.,......... M rs. Robert Wishard .,.,..,... .,.,,,.....,,.,..A Wh eeler, Ill. Bertha Crowley .,,......... ............. C lerk .............,.,,,..i........,.,.4,,,.,.,,... ....,,A.,,.,,,,,,,,....4 N ewton, Ill. Edith Jones ..................... ............. M rs. Berl Malinson ......., ..........,..... W arrensburg, Ill. Clara Letsinger ..........., ............. M rs. Ira Thompson ,,,,,.. 4.,..,....,.,..,.,.. R obinson, Ill. Hale Lollar ...,........... ........,..,. P harmacist ..............,..,...,... ,........ F t. Collins, Colo. Eldria Bridges ............ ............. C ivil Service . .,,,4.,,,,,..,. 4.,,,,,,, W ashington, D. C. Claud Shamhart ......... ,............ S alesman .............,............,,,. ,.,.,............,. P hoenix, Ariz. Lora Smith .................... ............. M rs. J. J. Gifford ,........... ,......r.....,.,,.. C hicago, Ill. Clella Richardson ,4r4,,.,................ Mrs. Clark Fullerton .,..r.... .........,.,. C hicago, Ill. Zola Kennett ..,.............. .,........... M rs. E. Gearing ,..........,...,...... .w..,..,,....,. N ewton, Ill. CLASS OF 1907 Raymond Barker ,......, ............. E lectrical Business ,,.,r,.....,.,. ,....,,..,,.. C hicago, Ill. Floyd Clark ............ .,,.......... B atman's Feed Store ,.4,rr.,,,, ,......,.,,... N ewton, Ill. Katie Clark .......... ............. M rs. Albert Ransom .,,........ ,,.,........A.Y..... C airo, Ill. Iva Clark .,,...,,,....r..,,,.,.,. ..........r.. H ome ,,,,,,........................,...,.... ..,.........., B everly, Calif. Marion Girhard ........... .....,....... T eacher ....,,...............r .....o................... O blong, Ill. Lester Jack ...........,... ..,,.....,... K eho Hay Co. ,..... .,,.....,.. T erre Haute, Ind. Edward Jasper ,,A,,,..w.. ,............ P rincipal .,,........,........... ,.......,...,.. P alestine, Ill. Tirrie Prather ,......,. ,,........... L awyer ...,,...,,,...........,........... ,..,,.......... R ockford, Ill. Anna Ross ...,,,.....r ......,,..... M rs. C. E. Girhard ,......... ...,......,.,., N ewton, Ill. CLASSOF 1906 Frank Chamblin ......,. ............. T elephone Co. .,,,,,........,,,.... ..,.,..r...... L awrenceville, Ill. Victor Johnson ...,.,,.... ,............. R eal Estate ,...........r. ...........,...... N ew York City Lola Kern .................. ............. M rs. John Corn . ......................... Atlanta, Ga. Lena LeMotte ......... r...,........ C lerk ..............,,,,.,,....... ..........,,. M onrovia, Calif. Harry Teets ...,.,.,,,, ............. Shoe Buyer ,.,...,........,..,.... . .,,,......... Denver, Colo. Henrietta Wallace .......... ..Mrs. B. C. Thayer .....,...... .. ,......,..... Chicago, Ill. Fred Week ,....r.................. ............. U . S. Weather Bureau .....,... .....,,.,......... C hicago, Ill. Howard Skelton .,.,,,.,. ,............ S ec. Steel Co. ............................. ............. W hiting, Ind. CLASS OF 1905 Delbert Batman ........, ............. S eed and Feed Co. .....,.......... ....,..........,......... N ewton, Ill. Edna Bowers ............ ..... - ...... S tenographer ................,..,,,... ..... ..,..... W a shington, D. C. Maude Green ....,.... .,.,.... , ......Mrs. Claud Skelton ................... ...........................,.., M iami, Fla. C. E. Ramser .,,,,,....,. ,............ U . S. Dept. of Agriculture .. ...,,,.,. Washington, D. C. Blanche Skelton ..rr,,... .,,,......... M rs. W. M. Johnson ......,..... .........,..,,....,.. G rayville, Ill. Althea Wise ...,,..,.... ..,.......... B ank ,.,.............,...............r............. ...i............... V inita, Okla. Ada Letsinger ,.,...... ........... - Mrs. Harold Gudgell .......... ,.......... V incennes, Ind. CLASS OF 1904 Daily Bevis ,.,....,.. ............. E lectrician ............................... ...........,.,.. L os Angeles, Calif. Harvey Bryan .,..,,,.. ............. L awyer .....,... ..............,....... S pringfield, Ill. James Genter ,...,.... ...,......... D entist ....,........ .t..................... C hicago, Ill. Edward Girhard ,,,,,... ...,.......,. O rchardist .......................,.., .............. N ewton, Ill. Park Hinds ,.,,,,,......,...... ............. H ome ..........................................r....... r............. N ewton, Ill. Eulalia Houser .,.......... ............. M rs. Milo Yelvington .,...... .............. N ewton, Ill- Bessie Prather .,....... ............. M rs. Russell VanNatta ..... ...r.. ....... C h icago, Ill- X fix aibifi? 3 I X ,1 xfl X , f 1 x X I i?iD'2f.F I Pan Ninety I J an - -- -Q . . ,. f 3 'BEL ' , Y L -za-fs-fp-as-cv-4 Nulwmr P-an-4?-cv-4b-4 Margaret E. Reisner .................. Mrs. John Honey ........,.. .....,........ N ewton, Ill. Claud Skelton ...,,,.........,. ........... M ail Service ......,.,................ .............,. M iarni, Fla. Perl Swem ....................,..... .,......... N ational Bank ...A.,,..,.A......,. ..,,,.,....... N ewton, Ill. Clara Vahderhoof ,......,................ Mrs. Joe Watts ....,,,............,.,......,, ,,....,........ N ewton, Ill. CLASS OF 1903 Lola Albright ........... .- ........ Mrs. M. D. Hammond .......,,... ...,.,,......... S pokane, Wash. Joseph Duncan .,,.........................................................4,..,,............,,.....,.......... .,..................,,,,,, D eceased Albert Ransom ........ ..-........Minister ...,..............,,.,.............. ...,.......................... C airo, Ill. Mary Rittman ........... ................ T eacher ,.... ....,,...,...,,........,.,,,.......,.. .....,.,..... A r lington, Wash. CLASS OF 1902 Essie Reed ,........ ........... M rs. Zack Swanigan ..,. .,....,......... T erre Haute, Ind. Dan Riley ...........,.., ........ M Dentist .....,,,..................,....... ........,................ N ewton, Ill. Oscar Smith ..,........... ,,.,............ P hysician ,,.,,4,........,.......,......,,, .....,...... S t. Louis, Mo. Milo Yelvington ..... ................ L awyer .,..................,,..,..,..,..... ....,..,...... N ewton, Ill. CLASS OF 1901 Chester Prather ,,..,.,, ........... R eal Estate Agent ..,,,,... ................ R ockford, Ill. Merl Printz ...................,.. ........... D entist ,..,,.............,,,,,........A.,.... ............ C hicago, Ill. Joseph Pursifull ........ ..,. ... ...Lawyer ....................,..,.....,...... .......,... P eoria, Ill. Anna Wilson - ............ ...............,............................,......................,... .......... D e ceased CLASS OF 1900 V John Honey ........ .......... .M ...Minister ........................,,,,,..,........, ,............ N ewton, Ill, Nora Houchin ........................... .....Mrs. Franke ......,.......,,.,........ .....,.............. D eceased Fannie Johnson ..................... ,....Mrs. Will Evers ....... ...,,..,....... D enton, Texas Lotta Johnson ...........,.............. ......Mrs. Ben Wier ............. .......,.... C harleston, Ill. Roy King ....,,............,, ............... - Traveling Salesman .... ...................,......i A rizona Maud Martin ........,.......... ..... .. ...Mrs. Pratts Kratz ...,........ .,....,.,... M onticello, Ill. Elmer Shamhart ...,,,.... ........... M ail Clerk .....................,.....,....... ......,...... E Hingham, Ill. CLASS OF 1898 Roe Fithian ..,....................,............... Home ....,..................,........................ ............... N ewton, lll. Gertie Shup Richardson ..........,...........,...,...............,,,,.......,........,.,,...... ...................,,..,........ D eceased Elsie Skelton ,,,,..,..................,..,....... Mrs. Louis Dungan ...,........ ................ I ndianapolis, Ind. Fannie Wakefield ............,........... Mrs. Rockafellow ......,........... .....,.......... H ot Springs, Ark. I CLASS OF 1897 Edward Harding ....... ........... M usic Teacher ........,....,.., .,..,...,.,..,...... N ewton, Ill. Stella Hester ...,.............., ........... M rs. Sam Ramsburg ............,,.. ..............,..,....,. W heeler, Ill. Lowell Houchin .......... ......... .. Optical Manufacturing .......... ...,..,,....... C olumbus, Ohio Harbin Riley ...,....... ..,... .. ...Dentist ..,.....................,.,.,.........,..... ..........,,....... N ewton, Ill. Beatrice Wallace .. ........... Mrs. O. E. Heese ................,.. ..,.,,........ C hicago, Ill. - CLASS OF 1896 Edward Arnold ............. ............,,,,...............,,,......,...........,,....,....,,...... ....,...........,..,.,...,...,,. D ec eased Mabel Clark .............,...................... Clerk ......,......,..............................,..,. .........................,...,. T ampa, Fla. Antoinette Girhard ..................... Mrs. J. C. Hemphill .....,.... ............... W ashington, D. C. Emily Small ...,.,......,...... .... , ..... M rs. Mathews .......,.,.,............... ....,......... W inthrop, Calif. CLASS OF 1895 Charles Bevis ,,,,, ............ R eal Estate ..............,..............,.... ............. V an Nuys, Calif. Lula Brooks 1 Ben Faller ...,,....,,..,..... ............,.,................,,.,....,,.............. Ethel Harding ...,.,..,. ,.......... M rs. Duncan .....,................ Cora Umstead ........ ..,........ M rs. Stafford .,,......................... CLASS OF 1894 Sidney Fithian ....... ............ F ithian Land Co. ................. . Deceased Deceased ..........,.,........Newton, Ill. ................Belleville, Ill. .......,....Falcon, Miss. Cb iDibCFRD45-ff My E 4 iiibiiiii Q P39 NQGU-one A --wg -11.-my -7e-mln ,- '7 1'---nr - . -Q.. -. P v L- 'Zyf :eq :fs-4:4 2-Q kiltlwmr 54 F4 vc Ei P4 :cg MX! l A Mabel Johnson ........... .............. M rs. Paul Sabine ,.,...,,..... .......,,,,...., Ge neva, Ill. V V William King .............. .............. C lerk .......................,.........,.........l ........,,.,...........,. N ewton, Ill. Winnie Maxwell ........ .............. M rs. E. E. Burton .........,,. ,.............,.,...,..... K ankakee, Ill. A A William Trainor ..... ............ .. Sawmill ....,,,..,............,.....,.,, ..................................... N ew-ton, Ill. v xf Eugene Wallace ......,. .............. S alesman ....,,..,.....l.................., ....,.....,.. W ebster Groves, Mo. A A CLASS OF 1891 V V George Crail ........... .........,..............,....,.,............,..,.................,,.,, .......,,.,.,,,.,,...,,,,,, D e ceased A A Lyman Harris ...,.... .......,................,.........,.,........... .......,.,,...,,,,4.......,,,,,, D e ceased 'V lv Ora Maury .......l, .............. R eal Estate ....., ......,.... S an Diego, Calif. A Julia Powell ,,,..,..... ....... , ..... M rs. Evans ..,,...,,,.. ....................,,,........ N ewton, Ill. A y J Emma Trainor ..... ......,....... T eacher .............,.....,,.............. . ...,.,......... Crystal Falls, Mich. V V Daisy Waltz ........... ....,......... M rs. Maury .,,,,........r.................., .........,....... S an Diego, Calif. ,NN ' CLASS or 1890 if A Ollie Cowger ........... ....,...................,..................................,.........,,......... .............,... D e ceased 1' X' . May Eck ....................................... .,-.Mrs. L. A. Richards .. ............... Newton, Ill. V V - Ollie Harris Waltz ....,,.....,...............,........,.,......,.............................,..... .....................,,,,,, D eceased A A Lillian James ,............ ............... M rs. J. C. Prestley ...... ................. 1 .....,. C hicago, Ill. Mollie Johnson .....,.... ............... C ashier ....,......,...........,......,.. ............ N ew York, N. Y. K X' Harlan Long ...,......, ............... P hysician ...........,...............,,..,. ................ P ittsburg, Pa. ft Lula Moore .............. ............... M rs. Tony Crowley ,,.......... ..................... N ewton, Ill. V V! Nora McQueen ......,,,, ............... M rs. J. M. Demorest ..,....., ......,..... I ndianapolis, Ind. l Ora Smith .............,........ .....,.,....... H ome ...,......,,......................... ................ Newton, Ill. A Ag Joseph Swope ,,.,......... ............... P hysician .,,,.............,,..,....,..... ............ M orris, Illi V V Paul Williams .......... ....,.,., ,,.........,,,.....,,.........,...,.............................. ........,... D e c ease A if CLASS or 1889 V Z Rista Brenneman ....,,,,,,,............. Engineer ..............,.,,..............,....... ........... G ardenia, Calif. A A John Dovell ..................,...,.... - ....... Missionary ......................... ..................................... A frica V v Minnie M. Gustin ,.......,.......,....... Mrs. S. E. Finch .,....,.. ................... L a Grange, Ill. A A CharlesPW. Hfirris .Editor ..................,.........,.,,.... .,,..,....... F t. Wortllg, Texas X! l Harry owe .....,....,,. ................,,...,,,.....,.,..............,..........................,, ,....,.........,............ C C C356 V Minnie Scovell ,,,.,..... ..,.,..,....... M rs. J. C. Dovell ............ .............. P aden, Okla. xxx A Alice G. Vest .............,.. .......,....,,. M rs. Rothrock .....,........ ............... C hicago, Ill. lv N, Claudia Williams Mrs. Claud Ryman ...... ........... H astings, Fla. A Christie Franke ...,....,. ............... J eweler ......,............................. ........... R obinson, Ill. fx. Nf V' CLASS OF 1888 A A Allie Harding ............ ............ , .Mrs. W. F. Johnson ......,,.,. ........... N ewton, Ill. gy Jessie Johnson ,......., ............... M rs. H. F. Kendall ............. ......,........ M attoon, Ill. V ' A Carrie King ........,,,.... ............... M rs. H. C. Davidson ................. Newton, Ill. rx, May Lingerfelter ............,,,......,..... Milliner ............................... .......... C lay City, Ill. V V Will C. Reeder ...,,,........................ Minister ...,......,.............. .............. D anville, Ill, A JN Lillian Vanderhoof Fasnacht ......,................... ...... .......................... .................. D e C eased XJ V CLASS OF 1886 A A Bessie Albright ......... ................ M rs. Elza Sutton ................. ........... N ewton, Ill. V NJ Mime Brown .....,......... .......... M rs. J. E. o. Clark ........... .,.......... N ewton, Ill. ,X A William Carrick .....,,,.,....,..,.,..,,.,.,,,,,,.......,..........,................,.....,........... .......,, ' Washington l V Cora Vest ...........................,,,............ Mrs. D. R. Love ..,...... ............ N ewton, Ill. V . Minnie Heath Langdon ...,,..........,,,..............,......................... ............. D eceased fix O Aggie Taylor Tyner .........,....,... ..., ............................,........ ............. D e C eased gf v Maggie Vanderhoof Russell ........... .......,,,,,, D eceased XX Wx ' X! v xx I Nfl ,5-ff3'bC.b4b4b4b5 3.4 1:C3' fsakayl rags ntmzy-:wa .Iv 1 ' C i in " liz ll' . A 1 ' A i n in l lliiii i cii 7 Q-4 9-4 y-4 Q-4 7-4 7-Z NHAUMI D-C H 7-4 7-4, 5-4 . CLASS or 1885 . 5 Winnie Brooks McColley .....,......,.,..........,.........,...,............A...........A..... ................................., D eceased A Jennie Brown Lathrop .......................,........................................o...... ................................. D eceased Della Eck - ........................................ Mrs. H. O. Brewing ...,.,... .......................... C hicago, Ill. V ' fi. William Franke A................,......,.. Physician ,,,,,,................,,,....... ... ....,...........,,...... Newton, Ill. f A Minnie Johnson ......,.........,............. ...............,.... ,.........,,,,..........,....... .,.,,............................ D e c eased V P, I. A. Large .4 ..,.....,..........................,....,,,..........,..........., .........,...... ,.... ........,..,................. D e c eased i f Iessie Richardson Davidson ..,.i.,.,....,,,s..,.,,,i,i......,,...,.......,...,..... ....................................... D eceased 'N ' 'Q Ida Roebuck .................................... Mrs. Frank Brown ......... ............. L os Angeles, Calif. V ' Edith Walker ............. ................ - ....,.,...4.r............................................... ...............................,,. D e ceased Q A I CLASS or 1884 V il Edward Barker ..,... ,......,,,.,...,.,..,,,,,,,.,,,,.,,,... ...,,,..,,,.,.,.,,,.,,,..,,,.,,,...A., , ............,,,,,, D e ceased AI Anna Bridges .... ,,,,..,,,,4.. M rs. U. G. Hinmann .,,,,,.. ........,..........,. C hicago, Ill. V ' Lula Deams .....,......... .....,,,..... M rs.-Warfel ........................ .........,.... JG alesburg, Ill. XA U. G. Hinman .........,..,. .....,..,..., E ngraver ...............o........... ............... C hicago, lll. Vi Harry Kendall ......,.... ,...,........ E ditor .,.,........,.,.,. ...r.. .........,...,. M a ttoon, Ill. Eva Shup Calvin ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,.,.,,,,,,i.,,,,A,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,.,.,,,,,... .e...,,,.o....,,, D eceased A Flora Shup r ,,,,... ,,,,,,..,.,,, M rs. E. W. Hersh ,,,,,,.... ..........,. N ewton, Ill. V . Maggie Yelton ..,.,,... ,,,.,,,,,..,, D r. H. B. Downs .,......... ...,,......... D anville, Ill- ,N CLASS or 1883 V . o A a Jennie Brooks ,..........,.. ...........,. M rs. J. M. Johnson ......,......,... ...,......., C olumbus, Ohio A. Oscar Brown ,....... .......,..... M inister - ......,.........,.........................,...., ........... L imsworth, Wy- V Mamie Perrine ..,,,,..... ,,..,...,.... M rs. Henry Schackmann ,........ .............,........ N ewton, Ill. A '1 Ellie Shup .........,........ ............. M rs. T. L. Love ......,,.......,......... .................. C lendale, Calif. V Birdie Ward ..,,,,...... .,.,.,.,,.,., M rs. Page ,,,,.............,......,,,,......, ....,........., L ittle Bock, Ark. A ' ' Q CLASS or 1882 V ' Ella Barton .....,.............. ..,,... ,..., .....,..,,,.......,......................,.......... ......,..... D e c e ased A Florence Brown ,,..,,,,,.. ..,.........................,....,.,........,,.,........,.............. ....................... D e eeased V Lola Brown ................. ..,.......... M rs. P. N. Kelley ......... ..................,.. M att00n, Ill. A Anna Halley Turner ......................,.,.,.......................,.................... .......................,.......... D eceased V A. L. Hamilton .........., ............. P hysician ,.................................... ................... N ew Yerk, N- Y- ' Eva Hayes .......,..........,.........,............. Mrs. Chas. Albright ...,, ..... .,.........,,.. L o s Angeles, Calif- A Nan Richardson ,,,,,.......,,.,,,,,,,,,.., Mrs. Frank Shup ....,...... ........................... N ewton, Ill. 'V Lizzie Scovell Vanderhoof ..........,,....................................,............. ........................... f Deceased A Frank E. Scovell ....................,... Educational Work ....... ............... M iSS011ri Emma Shup .....,...,..........,...,........... Mrs. W. R. Allen .......... ............ A lieia, Ark- V A 8 l The last page turned, V The last joke read, Ai Just turn out the light, ef And go to bed A To dream of annuals, l From all years past, V And decide that twenty-eight's A Has been the best. V We leave you now, ' Go on and snoreg A This is the end, U There ain't no more. I A .,' fexibibivfy-4 ki?i?iDL,Y2i7-fi . xg ?. 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