Niles High School - Tattler Yearbook (Niles, MI)

 - Class of 1925

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Walte1' VVood - j Sec Dr. VV. I. Tyler - - Tre: Mrs. F. W. Richter - T W. N. Burns 5 ' T fl , gg ,Q 'NK 1 ,g . 6 fa Page Swan DEDICATION To Floyd W. C1'a1wl'0rcl, in npprucizltion of the vvan' of inspiring scrvicc which he has rendered lo lhv Nilvs lligh School, we the class of ninctcon illllllil'L'li lwcniy-Iivc 1'vsp0L'tf1llly clcclicntc this issnu ol' 'l'hc 'l'a1ttl01'. Page Five V l I I"I,OYlJ W. CIRAWFORIJ lT11iv4-rsilx ol'Micl1ig:111 '08, A. Ii., 'OIL I.. I.. IS., 19, A. M. Supvrilllumlont of Svhools 1 ,YW w fl X' I I 3 ' g,ij5eQggAf. . i 1 NYAI,'l'ER J. Z.-XBICI, VEST DAVIS l ivwsity of Michigan .mi A. B' l'11ivL-rfiiy of Qlissquri S. in Ed. - I X r ' Oxlorcl UlllVCl'SltY-ltllgllllld P1'111f'1v11l Of SH1101' 111311 P1-im-ip.11 of .lunior High Matllcmutics Civics Page Nine l The msxttler Pugl' Tm NVABBEN WV. ABBOTT Western State Normal 1921 Hisronv I-IANNAH L. ACKERMAN, R. N. John Bloclgett Memorial .Hospital 1900 scHooL NURSE I-IILAH L. ALLEN University of Michigan, B. L. HISTORY .I. ROBERT BRANDSMARK L Beloit College 1922, B. A. SCIENCE G. LUCILLE CAMPBELL University of Wisconsin 1922, B. S. DOIVIESTIC SCIENCE A 55112 3551235 CORNELIA CROWLEY Western State Normal 1916 M,x'1'1-1lsMA'l'If:s IESTI-IER M. EVERETT Northwestern University 1922, B. S. SCIENCE Al'JlEI.INli M. GILES University 01' Wisconsin 1924, B. A Civics AND Hlsrolw I'l0WAltD H. JACKSON Western State Normal 1912 MANUAL ,xrrrs HELENA M. JAGER Michigan Agricultural College Western State Normal 1923 mA'1'Hm1,v1'1cs 1 1 Page Eleven Elle Glstttlex' MILDRED KLINE loxth Western College ENGLISH MELVIN E. l W' -4- .qi ,X-,ft V- 'X . . 330311 wi-A-'ft Tx, , p- .,4 ,, . 1 M, ' 'YT A, err' vw ,,. V .I , .3 1 tl lm- .- .,. 1 -- A . 4... .1.,. Qi ,Am , -,Qt .- ip . 4, ,Ava :L .'., : l.'l.Q , . J.- V, . . V., u-11.514 x,....... , V f ...V , Pa gr 7'wr'lwv NX estcrn State Normal NIANUAL ARTS MARGARET S Kalamazoo College 1924 Chicago Normal GEOGRAPHY MARGUERITE LA Nebraska State Teachers' ENGLISH CORRINNE E. LA Lawrence College American Conservatory ' MUSIC Grip Eafilex ItU'l'I'I M. LINDAI-II. Western State Normal 1924 ,xirr .mn Micc11ANic,u. mmwirvu lJURO'I'I'IY A. I,1'I"l'I,I5 University of Chicago 1924, Ph. 1cNtn.is1-I WA YNIE A. MARKLISY Slate University of Iowa 1923, A GIVICS MAIIGARBI' I-I. MARTIN Michigan Statc Normal 1916 c:nonn,x1'Hx' WILLIAM MATHEWS University of Michigan 1915, -A. MUSIC AND ECONOMICS B. . B. B. Page Thirteen Elin: muffler Page Fourlccn GLEN NA MOR Earlham College 192 ENGLISH LULA MAE NOf Eureka College 191 University of Michigan i ENGLISH GVVENDOLEN VV. Smith College 1911 Columbia University 3 FRENCH GERTRUDE M. RY Western State Norr ART MARIAN SAWT lllilwankce-Downer Colleg HOME ECONOM 'Qi mhz GEIHIBE CAHHIBIEI. SCHMIDT University of Michigan 1922, A. I vUn1.1c: Sl'lm1c1NG PAULINIS SPILLEH 3. Nortllwn-stv1'11 University 1924, B. S, IENGLISI-I ANDREW F. STEWART Knox College 1921, B. S. M.x'1'1-I1cM.x'rIcs RUTH SWAN Slcvcxfs Point N0l'l11il1 1908 PIENMANSI-Ill' FLORENCE M. TALBURT DePauw University 1911, A. B. LATI N Page Fifteen Ely: msxfflvr r- , L .sxuw f-4 if P' nf -1 E .W Q1 'rtitii ,sh-xg ., ,, q'.L'e-Aw Pugr Sixlvru 'Gflpg Gqiilef 'ba Wim 'Hmmm 4"'1HlluW.nIlnifhlnlllllil'-Y1T3lIIE'iA'i'+'4'.iIliff -'5?IiIIllW.nlIl nr' .1xXilRT3-ffilllff'ilnllluffllulllni X'-X' 'x with xt WC-w WW xQ I-'Z' 2 J Q.-'X PM 4 .MX X X ff x x Q' ' 1 W ff" 4" -1 ' ff' -5.-53" 'wi' " 7? B". 'W' ""'?' .- "PAF" "'.'?-.-ff' A"' Q Zgiafn lu:'f"f:l u. "1 ."'.n I. .1 n.""4 n. . I.. A I Ili? .'.- :Nfl :Win 3 Q2 'EP , , , , , --W ---4 E' R5 I- 1 :St -V 1, 'VJ -.Tm -,r-.f,J,3'.:!.v134qg. . .9 , 55 gig: -V , Ee ff gei-f.,-y ,ggi ','g,.:' ,- 3,14 ' ' F., R Q' "iff Z:Z"13?v,Z' Ti '.f-'-"f,:?'fZ.1i'?If fl.-'L77 . Q" If ef -':11lf.ff,7:f.' ,V 5. 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R obert Burns Secretary ,...,,..,, ....... M Hrgarel Griffith T1'CZlSlll'0I' ,............... Alice Platt CLASS ADVISERS Hiluh Allen, Dorothy Little, Andrew Stewart CLASS MOTTO Rowing, not Driftiugl' ii CLASS COLORS Royal Blue and Silver CLASS FLOVVER Sweet Pea "Tim sc1:1'el of s111:1:1ess is COIISIIIIICU of pur- H , - all 1: muiilmg M,liXANDlill ABROIIAM pose. 'l'r:1ck '24, '25 Notre Dzunt-f'l'o llc nn clt-1'lric'11l L'llQlllCCl'. l,UCll.I,l5 Al.l,litt'l'0N "She is kind 11s she is fllil' For Iv1'1111l11 1I1111'IIs 1111111 l:i11d11ess." Boznrml of Control '25 Cleo Club Pluy '24, '25 To lic ll rostuinc 1l1-signcr. VERNON AllMS'l'RONC U1N'lJlU1ll'l'C' so busy ll 1111111 as he 11111s A1111 yo! he Sflfllllffl I111s1e1' 1111111 1112 was." Band Bounce '23, '24, '25 Bozn'1l of Control '25 Moon Stall' '25 To he il Civil Eiiginccr. .I OllN BARMAN Q HlVOllIl1'Sf 111011 Ilien counsel me lo fall in lone?" Board of Control '25 Bnntl Bounce '22 T:1ttl1-r Stall' Notre Duinc-'l'o bc ll civil engineer. FRANK BARHON - "He 1111s not Ivfl ll 111is1x1' or ll Izcller l1cl1i11d." Junior Play '24 Tattler Stall' Band Bounce '24 Football '25 Advisory President '25 ' University of Michigan-'l'o linish college ' -boat lied Grange. Page Nineteen 1 5 ,Y 11 1 ,-Q W. X v XC :w -1 1 . -. 5 Uqffw 5.5331 4- .X T .fi N f - , Helix Gs' .- N91 . .., .-..:5:1... - ,rv 1 1 1 'af' XX' 1 .lan , in 5 X in .xfiiffffgsi 15.-of ' - , ,111 1 N1 . Qw- f 43,1 ' ' i X' Y 1 " ' X' ' ,. X 2 . ' .3 ' F. - 1:59 Q-' ff, . -if-1. l A f -'11 ' ' 1 ' 724551 NRS E -- 1: X: - ir I l . E Q . V x . 5 f X xygglw E .- 'il -'N T1 11 1, x gif'1j3X X X 1 .,. . 1 Aix E X- R f ' 1 ' ' 15-Wi A 1 X 1 Mljifs. ' Y X -3 1 , ,H M!1l.,.,, ' 1? 'I-53111 111' rffg 1 ' it 1 15 Q :I 11 1. jj' 1 1 1 3 W -... L ,l X1 " r 1 ' , 1 ,YW K. A N 1 , I 1 '11 1 Rigs I ' 1 - 1 ' LQ 1. - ,N 11 Q j V L .1 -. yn, '- , 1 1 ' -'w fl 1'i JMX N , h 1-, A., 13?-'A L 'ff' , V. l A I Av-at -A ' pw.. l 1 ? -, 1' ' 1 ,Q K j Q. 1 - '1 i 1 ' l 7. , 1 . . , 3 M 1 1 I , T, A 11 - I Lv XX ,Q - U ' . AXA 1' Fi xx ...lf -' " I, -W i ' ' 1 . 1 X I. "lx I I S? . 1 1. 1 11 13 - f 1 1 VL. . ' , 11 11 5 . . in I W4 li ' 1 'Q -1 f , A 1 x 2 11- 1" Q ,I 1 , .1 1 'v --4 '5 ' ' 1 2 1 me H I , -figfffigj ' sl , XL ' J iff: ' !, , . ' ' -gf .-A '11- , VNX1., NIV , 1 I 1 0 xx N 1 , .. ' V' 7 .Q -fQ.""' , .., Z ,.., ' ' ' '-QQ"" l'11y1' T:a'1'11IYv -......,.-..M..... YV Qvl.. , EILEEN BEHRENS "We forgive so long as we love." Moon Staff '25 To take l.ydiz1's place and thereby remain in school. SIMEON BELKNAP "He doth mock at fate and care." Baud Bounce '23, '24, '25 Swoeny Auto Schoo1wTo he an aeroplane mcchanlc. BEATRICE BRUNK 'lCo111r11l was I to live like any flowerf' Junior Play ,24 To be a secretary. BEATRICE BUCHER 1i':v 1111111 lo be merry and wise 11 s 1111111 to be honest and true." .1 To be 21 secretary. MARY ALLISON BURNS 'The made you good." Board of Control '25 Moon Staff '25 'l':1ltler Stuff Class Secretary '22, '23 U'1W1'1'Sifs' of MiChiSan-To he an author. 11111111 111111 1111111 made you fair hath' E112 5192122 ROBERT BURNS "AI urlmse sigh! r1II lI1c stars Iliflz' llwir di111i11isI1c11 lll'IIdS.H Class P1'eside11t '22 Class Vice-Presiclent '23, '25 .lunior Play '24 Senior Play '25 Glee Club Play '25 Board of Control '22, '23, '24, '25 Pres. '24, '25 Track '24, '25 Dt-clamatory '22, '23 Old Center, Kentucky-'I'o study law. BLANCIIE CAMERON Bc- good, s1111r1-I 1111zi1I, and Iv! 111110 will be cIz'1101'." Moon Stall' '25 Western Stale N0l'Ill!ll-T0 teach science. RUBY CAMPBELL "IIc1' lIiI', IICI' lIl!IIII1t?I'S, all 117110 saw 11rl111i1'er1." To he a domestic science teacher. EARL CLARK "All 111011 1111110 their faults: loo 11111011 nzodcsly is his." .llllllOl' Play '24 Football '24 Basketball '22, '23, '24, '25 Baseball '21, '22 To be a good football player. DWAYNE CLEVERING "Zeus hates those- 111110 do loo 11111cI1." Senior Play '24 Football '22, '23 To be a lJ!lt'll0lOl'. Page Twenty-o11e Ellyn mnitlnr 5 I 'fi fm , 1, ., Y. ,x,, -,lr . at 22" .-.-. sl l'uyr 7'24'r'11Iv-l1c'o TI-IELMA C4 "From what old ballado llizl you descend to gl Epworth Hospital-'I HELEN DA f'Ki11d and patient an School of Osteopathy, To be an oste LOREN DlT'l "P1'aesto et p Basketball '23, '24, 'l'1'z1ck l24, '25 To be a civil Cl MARGUERITE EL "She is mirom' of al Glee Club P12 h To teac RUTH EVER "And 11en:ren's soft azure seen." Moon Staff 'S Glee Club Pl Western State Normal- teacher. f .te in 2 i - 5512 5-flofrfflvf FRANCIS FIENTON "1"r1inl hear! I1l?'l'l' won fair lllllllf' Bancl Bounce '23, '24, '25 To bc a public ac-vounlanl. l5S'l'lllEll lf0lll.lEll "Sim is prvlly lo mulls willi, Willy lo lull: willz, tlllll 1Jll'llSlIIll,'l00, lo llrinlc on." Talllvr Stall' .lunior Play '24 Play '25 Svnior l Hand Bounce- '24 C0lllllll'l'i'l2ll Arl. KA'l'l'lllYN FHANZ "Il is lrrinquil lwoplf' llml rzcvolnpllsli llllIC1l." noinics ll'2li'llCl', llOll0'l'llA lllillDliMAN 'C-l Iilllc pvacll in 1110 o1'c'I1411'd fll'l'll7.u Senior Play '25 Sl. l,ukr's Hospital, Chicago-To bo a nursc. LYLE GIDDINGS Why, Imw know you 111111 I mn in love?" Class Prosicluni '24, '25 Senior Play '25 Junior Play '24 Glcc Club Play '23 Tattlcr Stall' Basketball '24 Track '23 nivcrsity of Michigan-'l'0 bc a physician and surgeon. We-sic-ru Stall' Normal--f-'l'o bv a lioino vro- K alll -- lsw- W . Q, ll, x 1" , , 4 ,. . .q - -1 ,X .1 5 -'2 . ,I ...4 Q . 11, f QA Page Twenty-t hree -.V mile muffler . .., ...Ml ..,4 - ., .wavy . ,,., ii, Li "1 93 I'ng1' Twmxly-four ANNA FA "Thy smile bec Baud Bou To be MARGARET "For the good ar I And Ilze merry l Class Secxi Adviso1'5 Ambition? Page ALVA "A nmidvn never 'bc gen Moon . Western State Nom deg IRENE I- "WriIe me as one whc Glee Club Pl: To be a prix LEAI-I HE "1 chatter, ch Glee Clu Tattler E Nazareth Academy . 1 l secr 3 ,Y .1 f,Y . W, H Q'l1LEuti1er FIIANK IIIIIXIBAIKIJ HTIII' 11l'1'1, xo S1I01'1: 11111 C'1'l1I'1, so 101111, 10 1l'11l'l1.U 'l"1lll1'1' 9l'1Il' hl00II Sl:1II' '25 fllIl4'2lf.I0 A1'l I11sIil11Ic----'l'0 ln- il slagc 'Y' 1 I '11 '1 1' fi 1- 1 1 , 1 if Y 1 fl' 1 ' 111-siglu-1'. MIIIKIICI. IIlIN'l'I.Y 11 ,1 "A l1I11l'l1'1'OI1S 1111111 81101118 1101 Hself llI0l'l' ' 1:0011 1111111 10110 111111 111011111 s1'1'111 11i11." ,11 S1'11i01' l'l11y '25 I 1 GI1-0 Club l'l11y '25 l302ll'll 01 C0l1ll'0l '25 ,L M0011 Stull' '20 N . 3 1 Vlllllllill' Slnll' Illi110is Av0IIIl'll'S C0llv,L11'- -'I'0 luv 11 1l01110sli1' . SC'l0llC'l' ll'1li'lICl'. 11 .. I,lII'1A IiIiI'I,IZIi I A'111'l' 1'0i1'1' 111118 1'111'1' xofl, l11'11111' 111111 101171 1111 1'.1'1f1'I11'111 11111111 ill W 'I 111111111111." 1 3 li11l:111111z00 N01'11111l-1-'I'0 bc ll lilllll0l'g2ll'lCIl 1 lc:11'l101'. 1 ,., 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I j IDA MAY KING 11-V411 "II'11os1' 1111111112 is so flll' from doing 111z1'111, 5 111111 S1111 3113120015 none." I 'l'0 he il lIOIll0 CCOIIOIIIICS 1011011012 11 kjgl, Y 1 1 ' J' -'f X. 1 " " 1 1 11 2.-5 R-, ' 1 I 1,015 1,,xM1s1a11'1'0N ' 'l tQ5 Nl q 'K.ll'0I1II!1 1z1'1' 811011711 11111 111111101858 c11111'111s UlIl1I11I'1x"!1 by 1ll'1' 1l10IlC.,' 1 , - U 1 A . . H .- I -1 I A1lv1so1'y I'1'cs11l0nt 24, '20 ' .1 1-, 13 V Q - 'fig'-E, I0 bu Rl s1-1-1'ct111'y. 1 , 1 1 ' . ,x... S... 1 ,,..-1 . xx-1,11 X 111, "QA ,, J .gg 111 1 .','afQLQ:-1 ' ' Page T'll'C1I1j'-fl 1112 I- L .-., ,,. -, ,Y. ., Tip: muffler T 's- x ,, . :J If I ,. 11 B :v 'A -2 1.7 'ffm tg Q 3:3 9 6 .P lg: Page Twenty-six DAISY Ml'l'Clllil,l. "She lcevps ll sulzny lllO0fI.H To do olllve work. MARY l,OlllSli MOllCllll5Cl5 "Nor is 1110 millet worlll 111110111111 of 111-1' lUOI'l11." Cleo Club Play '22, '23, '24 To he a seienlisl. VIENA Oll'l' "Thy Ill0l1l?S1lj'S u 011111110 10 11111 ll1L'l'11." llowagiat' lligli Seliool '22, '23 XVeslern Stale Normal f-'l'0 he a teacher. Al.li'l'A 0S'l'llANDl2ll "A lIl1'l'I'11 I10111'1 goes 1111 1110 111111, Your sud 1II'US Ill 111110-rr." .lunior Play '24 Senior Play '25 Board of Control '25 Clec Club Play '22, '23, '24, '25 Advisory President '24 'l'atller Stall Band Bounre '24 University ol' Micliigan-'l'o be Alll0l'lC1l'S lmvsl woman allllete and foremost authoress of the day. ALICE Pl.A'l"l' "Oh, 1Ion'1 11011 I'Cl1lt'l1lIJl'I' same! .-l1if'1', 134111 Boll, n Sllwvl Alice 1111111 hair so 111'o11111." .lunior Play '24 Senior Play '25 Tattler Stall' - Advisory President '20 Class Treasurer '25 Band Bounce '24 University of Michigan-To play golf with Glenna Collett. '1'GyIg g:"G'La1tilcgf .i KJ ' 'L -Til A We 1 1 ,, ,, . .. in -J 1 , . QW' . 34.5, -1 , ',,. 1 . ,. Va- ' tl '- we A 18'-' I r-WM , 11 L 'if' 1 ' IM! ,V .7 . g,,g.if 1 g. -32 , , ,- l , 5 , l l 2 ,t 31155 1. ng-. tv- 1' , e . 1-.Tim Page T'ZUC1llj'-58'UCIl Ellyn muffler -1 .Q ..a -, - bl l . rx 54 4" .' 1 L ,-,"'::.'ru -1- -,fu ,Wi-,. Q-M ,,,.,,, ' .ul 4 ,f ly- v .-.f. af -.2 ,ix Pugr 7'wenly-eiglzl "I never did relleflf MARGUERITE "Beauty and worth ali. GEORGE I l Junior P To become Moon Stafl Tattler Sta Glce Club To be a stcn ERNEST F Hlixceedingly Junior Play 1 xFootball '22, To be a radio ELMER SCI "He is of n free and op Tlmi thinks men Illone: be so." To be a sa HELEN S "Openly quiet, but ol Glee Club P12 To be a sten is fl A MW1111 Hd, mlrllzsllflfflvf "F A ' .5 2 , M .1 4 1 . 2 ' 1 " 11 MARK 1110M1'5ON,.111. . ' 1 1 18, . , . ' w " .1Z,f'f" 1 71'- ' 1 "ll1' IS fl 1111s1f 1111111 1111111 111111 11111 111? lll1f1l'U.H 2, . . - V . , I ' ' ,f,.ZlfQ.f'f. - ' ,- ti - ' .llllll0I' 1'l11y '24 14' -gf:-3 N 1, 'f-,?,'l l11lS0lJ1lll '23 E -1' X 1 11 . . , . . , , L, 1421 fi ' ,1 1" lll11Vl'1'Slly 111 1Xll1'lll1.I1lll -111 11,11 lllI'0llf.lll 1-11l- 511- -Q fx L, V' -' . - - V V ,251 Ngo. - l .Q my Q :H -' ,fr-, ' ' 1 ' 4 X ' "' ' 514'-1 r 1 IIICNIRY 'l'ONVA11, JH. 1 1 32 ".l 1l'l111l 11i1'1111111s 1111111 is 111' 1111111 111'i111's l1i111- W F15-55-1 s1'Il' 11111111 l101111II!l.,' 1 ,, :sq-if - 1 M1 .llll1l01' 1'l11y '211 fi S0111111' l'l11y '25 -255' 111111111 111' C1111l1'11l, 'l'1'1-11s. '25 ' BllllSll'0lS '23 A 11111111 111111111-1' '25 gf ll11iv1-rsily 111' C:1li1'111'11i11 To 111- il 111illi1111- 111'-:Q 2lll'1' 1111141111-ss 111l1111111s11'11l111'. 'L' I 1,11 X A,-.1 IZDXVAIRD '1'li00S'l' 1- ' " 5 1, Yu .YM H .. , 1, ,-ww "W1' III 1'11111 s111111111111 1l11' 11111111 111 i1111'11s1f 111111111'111:1111 111111'11 1111' 11111111 is 111 11 111111111111 1571 S1l11l'.U fu -, f , , K 141-.M -1 .Q I 1'111'k '21 mm Q 11:12, A1lv1s111'y l'1'11s11l1-111 '25 if 'W' 'l'11 1111110 il 1l111u. 1-QL? ' 1 wi- 4- 12-'il' . .15-Z5 MA11Gl1lil11'l'li WICAVHIK '14 'Nm Q -1 ,C 5 S -1 -2 :Z 1 ..,.. Nr. QQ :N G? 9a 'rw 3 ru fu -1 X 1. fr C I N 1: 1 11'f1 wr -r 11,112 nf: 1' , -N" 4 '- C F ... 1: 1: ,-. I E 'C 1' "' .- 5 .1 ,T 22 f 'e J.. 2 11: 'S Ev ': f' I ,g 1- -an Jwx :I-'Li ,1 ,, Pr .1v11+' ,,. pw .IOIIN WHAV1-IR "11l11 Iil'1e is 11111' 111-11111 11111'1'i11 gri1111." ' F11otb11ll '23, '24 'l'1'11ck '23, '24, '25 ' 13111111 130111100 '23 Glu- Club Play '25 V. , l111lVl'1'Slly 111' 11li110is!'l'11 bc 1110 NV01'lllyS greatest 111110 l'1lC01'. Page T'iUC!11j'-111116 mln: Qrafllrr g"!"" Pugr Tlzirly CLEO WIDI "'Tis music flint fhri l A Board of Contro. Glen Club Play ' Track '25 Band Bounce '21 Advisory Prcsidc Norlhwcstcrn School Qf 0I'gZlIllSl 1 5 1,EsLu3 WII I 1111 1101 ll llzc I0 e 0 ., Muttoon, lll, Hibh Scht Michigan City, Ind., Hi 'T Cl12ll'lCSl0l1 Normal Schol N reportcl E B11shf11lne.qs is a COIISCI ' most delrcate feelings Glee Club P Ypsilanti Normal-To be uuonum BELL1 1 fi HOSCOE VVINI "Ii0go11c dull care, I'll 11. fl Band Bounc 4 n f, A Nlichi 1 in AgllCllltLll'211 civil engi ROBERT VV4 1 IILLLI' saw so young 11 head." Moon Staff '25 Band Bounce '2 To be a great 1 3 E5 Sl 111f1 l,llClAN XVOOIJ . . I you zlvzrolc your lime Io slmly, you 111111 " escape lhv 1rIcson11rm'ss of Il11x life." .l1111io1' Play '24 SCIIIUI' Play '20 : -' .' 1 ' I 1lll11 Sllll , Class S01'1'cla1'y Zlllll 'lll'l'2lSlll'L'l' '24 liaml B0111101- 23, '24 1-11gi11c1-1'. lf'lililll'1lilCli Klillill "ll'11un l'ou1111', nmlcc ll 11010 of." .l1111i01' Play '24 lN'li11st1'cls '23 Banrl Bo11111'1' '22, '23, '24, '25 To bc a 1111-1-l1a11ic. NVAl.I,ACli STICK "A bold, bad num." .l1111i01' Play '24 P10011 Stall '20 Glu- Club Play '24 Foolball '22, '23 'l'l'2lCli '22, '23 Sw1111111111g '22, '23, '24, '2a Band l301111c11 '23 To luv a s1'1'0111l .llblllllly W1-iss11111ll01' 11'1l ll11iv1-rsily-f'l'o lw a 1'l11-mic-al Elle Ulgziflef 1 lall 31-fi-T' , Z 1 ' .. 0 I l I 1 w , x. .x..,: 1, - f".,,....1,1 ,- ,,. , N '..y....- . 11.43 ' ,.- .11 Page Tllirty-one P? Ely: Qlfntfl 21' Senior Chronicles PERFECT class-that's us-perfect from start to fin. . . Q H I I with as Freshmen, we were perfectly green and 'lh0L1 the same color it is covered up with brighter and mo hues. Because of our perfect greenness z presence of mind to give a party to the school. But ou one was a "peach,', just the same. XVe advise all fut t F f Cilsonk and order lit classes to give their parties a ay 1 . S ' - b to go with them. But of couise, no other palty will e a: so the advice is probably wasted. The only important thing that we did as SOIJIIOIQOT' our class otlicers. NVe could have done 11111611 more lf 1 for the new installment of Freshmen who came in at th the second semester. is Freshmen We di4 1 t c t 1 recall the Junior Mask that we gave to the school, an ' ' V ' 65 55 pins and rings, and, last but not least our glorious J ba These last deserve to be the envy of all classes past and ourselves did not know the old gym could be so beautifu' Nou comes the final ind most impoitint oul Se. works will be handed down to all posterity. XVe had a m dayflook at our pictures if you are doubtful! Our p was also a triumph and surpassed the Junior play "Str everyone thought so good. Then our party in the old gy school in a good humor., And as for ourselves, we ha parties to keep us from looking blue. '. Now comes graduation and our jump into the Wo the coming classes cannot care for the old school as We But our Junior year was our triumph. lf you do not as ' as , 1 n ' - e - 2 J ' ' z - ' r l c rn c 1 they will earnestly try to follow the noble example of the " Class". Perhaps those who may some day wish to look for a c Senior class would be interested in knowing that this hanging over the radiators in the second tloor hall. But like to add that we are sure that a class as perfect as tl cannot be found anywhere. M. HI lou: lnain has lUIllllIl'II'Il ever ll zacl the IIIIZC you 50 I he goal is near, l10Il'l?S I hear, the people all are praisi lVh1'Ie follow eyes lhe narrow path, the journey grim 4 Of gone! gone! gone! The pleasant days we spent, And in lhe past our High School lies . And all that it has meant. ' . Q S1'lll0l'.f my Sl'l1I.0l'.l your pleasanl trip is done, r v I I . 'I , . I , I I ' .1 l D C' A 1. n -A. P. Page Thirty-t wo T f . Elini yquiflgif Class Will llli CLASS Ulf' 1925. living l'nlly cognizant ol' thc ccrtnin mlnlc ol' its cxpirzition in thc coming month ol' .lnnc, :incl living clcsirons ol' cn- mlowing its :issociutc clnsscs with thc pccnlizn' nicrits :intl zittninnicnts which llilVt'Cll1ll'ltL'lCl'lZCtl this Clziss ot' ltl25,1locs most solcinnly clcclzirc this to hc its lust will :intl tcstzxnicnt, in thc nizinncr following, to-wil: A 1. As wc haiyc no fnrthcr usc tor thcni for thcy for nsj wc licrchy ffiyc to thc Nilcs lliffh School, :is :1 siccizil :intl siccilic. hcl ncst, oin' ru h lfzicnl ty. ., - -, All thc rcst, rcsulnc :incl rcinziinclcr ol' our cstnlc with its incnni- hrainccs aincl zippnrtcnaniccs thcrcnnto zittaichcml, wc giyc :incl licqncntli to thc Class ol' 1926, for lhc following nscs :intl pnrposcs: 'l'hc sziicl claiss is to incnlczitc nnto thcnisclycs :ill ol' our yirtncs, SL'llUlIll'lY2lll2lllllllt'lllS.ZlllilOllltll'OlJ'lt'Cll0lllllJlClll'1lllll't'S,tllNl to clislrihnlc thc inconic lllt'l't'llI'0ll1 :is l'ollo 1. lo thc olhccrs ot thc .lnnior Class wc cntrnst our rcputzition und onc can ol' Ohl llutch Cll'2lllSlll' 2. llnto Athi Snymlcr. wc lmcqnczith thc proccccls l'i'oni thc szilc ol' our cxtcnsiyc holdings in gltlll-lHllJtll'S, to hny ncws for thc nnzicnnc httlc "lVloon". Il. 'l'o Carl Schwnrz wc lcaiyc Vcrnon iXi'insti'ong's winning ways with wonicn. -l. Sinn-on llcllannp wills his clcsirc for stncly to Dcatnc Eugcr. who stznnfls grczitly in nccml ol' such inccntiyc. 5. l.nci:in XYooml's clistzistc l'oi' lanowlcclgc :incl pnssionntc loyc of :ithlctics wc hcqnczith to Stzinlcy liigclow. ti. To llctty .l:inch. wc will Annu F:iy's proticicncy :is ai pianist. 7. Alicc l'l:itt :intl listhcr lforlci' lcaiyc :in nnsnpprcssccl clcsiro that niorc Nilcs girls would cnltiyaitc "ont-ol-town l'cllows"f fprcfc1'zibly liuchunain oncs. S. Dorothzi Gciclcinnn hcstows :ill Notrc llznnc :incl its prccincts npon zinyonc intcrcstccl. tl. To Shcritlzin Cook, lirncst Rcpinc licqncziths his tirclcss cncrgy :incl optimistic disposition. ltl. As no ynczincy is noliccuhlc :it prcscnt. wc will Hcnry 'l'ow:n"s niomlcst opinion ol' hinisclt' to hc hclcl in trnst nntil :ln lllNl0l':Ql'2lilll2llC bc tonncl who clocs not zilrcznly posscss ai strong :intl hczilthy opinion of his worth. ll. lo l.nwi'cncc lxcmlritlc liilccn lichrcns lcnycs hcl' hzintl. hczlrt, ctc. 12. lo oin' clc:il',1:in1toi'. wc will at box ol' nizitchcs. on thc condition th-it thcy hc nscml to clcstroy :ill lll'2llNlSllltll'li. ycllow pzipci' within thc yicinity of Mr. 13. To oni' futnrc ztthlctcs, l,o1'cn Ditlnian' lcziycs his loyalty and zibility. 1-l. Hclcn Smith hcqnculhs llL'l' willingncss to rccitc in English Class to zinyonc who wants it. 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'l'lxcx':- was :xxx :ul-xxxx Ilxc pzxxxcx fox' llxc "Iilvxx-Ilvlvxx 'I'0:x Ilooxxx". lJl'0Ill'It'll't'SSI'S lxvxxxg Ilclcxx Ilzxvxs :xml BI:xx'gmxx'xlI lil:-xxfolxll Oh, yx-s, our xxl:xxxx- lxrokv clowxx xxoaxx' Clxx-yvxxxxc, Wyoxxxixxg. :xml Sixxxooxx llvlkxxaxx ' ' 1 x gi xxxxxxxrls xxx Ilx:xI lxxxc. :xml C:xx'l M:xx-sloxx wore soul Io rx-1x:xxx' xt, Ilxx-3 xxoxx Ixaxxx :lx I px'ob:xlJly woxx'I lxzxvc Ilxxxc Io wx'iIc :xg:xixx uxxIil I x'0:xclx Russia. lxut I'll sur' N writc Io you froxxx Ihcrc. . , . As ovcxnx I . , ' Q lEs'rxuaxx'. Pxx ux' 7'I1Ix'Ix--ji: Qllp: nitlzr P e Blagovestchcnsk, Itussia November 12, 11133. Dear Alice, It has been ages since I have written to you, and I feel I must write :md tell you all the news of the past month. Shortly after landing in Leningrat , my a . A D led bv a nian known in Russia as Kl'CSIl0y2ll'Sl-il, but whom I recognized Immedi- atelvlas John Barman. He has gained a great deal of power in RLISSIII, having married Trotsky's daughter. 1 gut-gg I hgiveift written to you since I was in India. I had the thrilling ex' perience of visiting the palace of the Rajah, and when I went in., there sat Blar- gupritt- Prenkg-rt and Beatrice Bucher, taking I-Ins Highness' dictation on the type- writer. Wishing to visit the renowned pearl fisheries. I went to Ceylon, where I found our old friend Hank Towar industriously diving for pearls. At one of the missions in Calcutta, I found Leslie XVilson converting the heath- ens. He, Ruby Campbell, and Kathryn Franz have started a school, and the girls were instructing the women and their daughters in the domestic arts. I ttention was attracted by a huge mob One of the girls from Niles wrote to me the other day and told me about sev- eral people, and I know you would be interested in hearing of them. Roscoe lVindbigler is in Australia teaching the ostriches to hold their heads erect in the face of danger. Of course, you have read of the new Armstrong theory of matter, that Vernon has just put forth. It was so plausible that the old molecular theory was immedi- ately discarded, and Vernon is now classed as one of the foremost scientists. . l.oren Ilittmar and Earl Clark have surely made names for themselves. Loren is the basketball coach at Yale, wlnle Earl is the football coach at Leland Stanford. Oh, yes, and Helen Smith is practicing law in Reno, Nevada. She knocks 'em all cold with her argumentative ability. XVill write to you when I reach France. Much love, EST!-Ililt. Calais. France U November 29, 1933. Dear Alice, At last I am in France, and I'm truly glad, I just saw Mary Burns, and she has her Ph. D 1 I " -- '1' f V . next week. VVe had so much fun talking about old tiiiigsm ml mg OI 1 Iunldml She told nie that Dwayne Clevering had challenged .lack Ilempsev's title and rrlwiiarzgciis xtrzjrllrawtuclt- Iuurope.l Tes, and AI.uciIIe Allerton and Eileen 'Behrens are 2 2 ' our giving ec ures on 'How To Win K M' ' 1 ' If Not' why Now, ' .+ an And Ixet p Him. And Ben Iarsen has beeomt t ' ' ' .. . .. 1 IIIIIL' well-known Ill the If - - -- 11 - 1 - Duct of t-we versa tlllll Qlltllltl of I ails. as .1 I ' 1 ' I . . ., - f . . , mn Qftillflfk I Illl 111 to Iludklobllltl to vlSll George Platt and Frank Bar- Hone there thihkiriijilieocliiomlncd H lzzlgl' Chemical laboratory there. Thev had Y I 1 1 i' na e pron I0 : ' Q 2 f y . '-. . had gotten their inspirations there. I us, at so mlm ll mid Ienolln phblubts V- '1- I - - . . . , - . Troosltililrleiikuilil- 'lm-ndul th." Olyllllllf' 01111108 l21St year, and saw Ed Hilnnmn :li V ' f' K 4 s record in' the-high jump. I-Ie said that he also saw Irene - - I .15 .1 .ist game of tennis with the French champion. Page Thirty-six And guess what Frank told me. Ida May King has become immensely wealthy, and IS spending her vacation hunting big game in Africa 131- Ulfgxiiler eourse, you have read about the attempts ol Alva llart and Leah llevnderson to r-use the "Titanic" by means of a huge electro-magnet, which Blanche Cameron QI has just perfected. l'm scheduled to llv lor Lvons in ten minutes, so I'Il have to stop toute de suite. As llear Alice, CVl'l', I'lS'l'lIlCIl. Ilio de Janiero, Brazil ,,.. ltbinary 3, ltlflt. At last l'm in South America and l'm crazy about it. 'I'he Iirst thing I did was visit the American ambassador to Ilrazil, .lunlor Thompson. Ile was ap- pointed to this position because ol' his successful settlement ofthe dispute between l.llIIL' and Argentine, as to which was the ehillier. I met Lois Lamberton, who has been in the Amazon river valley for the past six months gathering data on her new novel, "Do Monkeys llave XVmgs, And NVhy." Nlarguerite Weaver, having graduated from a school of photography, is now taking .lui submarine pictures of the turtles in the Amaz ol Ilourlshlng stores In South America. 0Il. iior told me that Iilmer Schrumpl' and Fred liiger were owners of a chain Vena Ort has launched into the business world and gives promise ol' being the most 1 prosperous business woman in South America. e other night when I was listening to the radio, I heard Georgia Wiltse an- nouncing l'rom a Mexican station. I could hardly believe it, you remember how quiet she was in high school. llut can you imagine what else I heard? Ruth livermam gave a lecture on "llietetics". Of eourse you remember what a success the menu at the Latin banquet was. 'I'h l saw NValIace Stick today. Ile said he had so much success raising cotton in Alabama that he had come to Brazil to raise collee. I was so glad to hear from you and am anxious to talk with you about so many things. Will be back in the States in two weeks. 3. , .J I x 3. Love, Es'r1-nan. Page Tlxirty-sewn 'Gjflpg Qlnfflcr - Puyr' Tllirly-r'iglll grip: Ulfnfilcr ai i ws fy'-2 ,1 .13 .. Ko J I 4' A "xx .Z Z s.1 :. lr 2 X S ull. 'H+ allnixsx nlllh V+ Nw "1'11fm1N1"' WA W -' 1 H1 Nm. In. R X. N I ak 595 'su 1 .Q 11 .SME 5 'x L,,11'5 ""' N ? A fl, 14 L X' Viv. .mr 1'S.EJJ...fXEx4 If 'gk mmm iulllivu-'IHNEIIAIGINI 1 ,if avr QL I .s A X YI' -1 wig Rl V' IIIIIIAN-iw ulllll 'xsN'nImllN's ullllllr alnh -' una. 9 1 g -' H Y 1 Q51 QV! 'jzriibzf Y '1i'.'? ' 4 ""u'.:'a?,'4A ': avi?-U' -' 'G'5,.lue L7.Q'N'f 1' V' u H a A 4 fl ,1 n""1 ' -'ha J' 1. eff: 'N' ' 1 1' 4' :xmn ' 1.3.8 1'-x 'YL 'S 1 QQ 1 'iff-fgu 3 :i11i15" ""' "fi 1' 41' V144 f I ,hiv 1 A ul 1 m, 11 1 Gif? x"'l?i :wb 1 1 U' ff fm - 1. we s. KX! 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Cecelia Abroliam Helen Allsopp Robert Arnold Ralph Augusovitz Nettie Rachman Blanche Ballard Stanley Bigelow Camilla Butler Berylle Clevering Vance Cooper Charles Crabill Verlin Davis Paul Dreher Margaret Dunning Deane Eager Doris Eager Marvin Fisher Ruth Fisher Lucille Garland Annamarie Garlanger Page Forty Carl Garrett Robert Groat Richard Hain Lothaire Hall Raymond Hanson Marvin Harger Robert Harger Elaine Huntly Harry Huss Betty Jaueh Dorothy Jauch .Josephine Jenner .lulius Johnson Helen Kehoe Marian Kehrer Lawrence Kendri Velma Kiblinger Ruth King Helen Kocher Peter Krajci ck John Lagoni Harold Logan Kenneth McConnell Doris McGowan Stanley Mitchell Blanche Montgomery Mary Eleanor Moon Harriet Moore Thelma Moorhouse Raymond Morris Margaret Nemeth Paul Noecker Arthur Pfeil Earl Pierce Mary Sophia Power Viola Reum Robert Roebeek Dorothy Rose Leland Roskay Margaret Schmidt A Mglge g Qlzritlcxf Beulah Sehnrman Carl Schwarz Russel Shoemaker Maxine Showers liileen Simpson llarriet Skalla llillis Smith Alton Snull' ltaymond Spansail Marion Starke Vernon Stowe Donald Stowcll Kenneth Thornton Aletha Tice Milton llpdike Frederick Vandenbnrg llarold Van'l'assel lidna Villwoek Anita Visel Flossie NVilliams Gladys Williams liurdelte Wilson Florence Winquist Gerald Wright lidward Yoss Class History MID Great ceremony, as Sophomores, we entered lligh School. .lun- D . Q . 10l'S cursed and llung vile eplthels in our wake as we passed in the halls ' Seniors paced to and tro in grave apprehension. what was becoming of the old school anyhow? NVere the cherished institutions and rules of honor going to be trampled under fool by a mob ot' verdant Sophomores? During this tirst week of our debut the atmosphere was electricg an air of suspense predominated. Then it suddenly broke with a snap when Firpo XVeaver, the Jules Verne ol' the Junior elass. was dis- covered relating the experiences of his uncle to a group of open-mouthed Sophomores. A truce was declared and we could use the community pencil Sharpener in peace. XVC held the proverbial election of otlicers: Sheridan Cook was made Grand Kleagleg next on the list of victims came Bessie Voglesang, occupying the vice-president's chair right next lo the throne. The Page Forty-one 'Qllgc Qizlttter pnppp p cc guardianship of thc golden tlccce was allottcd to Betty .lauch and the pro-cmincnt task of accounting for thc class nnnutcs was givcn to Lucille llachnian. Thusly cquippcd with an c Qrcat dc-cds. 'l'hc choiccst account of oui . MacDonncll's liluc Book tnow said to he cxtinctj. NYQ tirst camo into promincncc "in thc course of human cx"cnts", whcn a dccp-rootcd conspiracy was unhatchcd in thc form of a Sopho- morc "hard-time" party. llow natural cvciybody loolccd and how much at hon c wc t'clt as wc minglcd with thc decorations and syncopatcd our xccutivc branch wc sallicd forth to do ' acts may hc found in Dr. rag lxrtlcclictl limhs o'cr thc tloor. .Xttcr commcnccmcnt, with its sad farcwclls, was ovcr, wc attc-ndcd thc .I llop in a mass. lflcrc wc s'priscd thcm all and institutcd a statc of t'rt-nzv. throuqh our wild contoitions, thcn considcrcd dancing, hut long di:'cai'dcd in t'avor ot' morc civilizcd tunctionings ot' foot and lcg. NY1- again trundlcd hack to thc "old stampin' ground" in thc fall, lint this limc as Juniors. "My but wc struttcdf' Again wc clcctvd thc mighty to thcir rightful scats. XVhcn thc smoltc ot' hntttc clcarcd, llarold Logan hc-ld thc prcsidcntis sccptcr and llarold Van'l'asscl claimcd thc titlc ol' vicc-prcsidcnt and thc tittlc minulcs had licttv .lauch for a nursc, who, aftcr sponding thc summcr . ringing at Sing Sing was 'jcs naturally" given thc strings to thc class pursc. 1 w . thc Scniors in our honor flJt'Ctllli'4U .convcntion said thcy mustj pro- poscd and gavc thc animal "get Zttitttltllllttltl hall", and at said hall wc surc did "our stutl"' Cas thcy say at collcgcl smootlilv gliding around and turning thc Sophomorcs grccn with cnvv. ' XYc icturncd this complimcnt in thc form of thc talso annualj "7 f' .. .tu fvt., V '.' l.t " , ' l umpltm Piancc . 'IALljlJ0tl5 ' tidcicd it' and Harold Pavlowa Logan anillllnsllugyptlan illlllllllg hcauty figured conspicuouslv in the t'X't'lllllQS n art y. ' r XXX- nvxt scc a nloh ot' .luniors thronging Mr. Zahcl's otlicc. lt lookcd likc a-lncad lint- in ttcrinanuy or thc usual scranihlc for admits thc morn- ing attcr a Ing dancc, hut it was no commonplacc cvcnt that tillcd the :ur with such cxcitcmcnt and L'l2lIllOll1'lllQS. To .130 gm-Q it wflg the i.. ,- as - - . , 1 ' 1 ' ' annual gnmnc lmc-up tor .lunior rmqs and pins. And we contend as all othcr .lnniors hacl' to 'Xdam 'ind Fi - ' - . - .' in :mi uw mosl ulllnltclilvv llfml hot, I tc, 2310 conlcndcd, that oui inigs Nm X' Q .IH i ll I t V. U cc nnnh. n y thcy must bc worn with mul ilpwsoht ts on s ot lungs with hluc polka dots dropped carelessly here So with nl X - ' A " -' - .. .. - - - --g'Cwl.-- lUdHflxl'5'1ll'h Ulllllllg bpimg xacation and its accompanying 'umm' Should 1 .lxtsi llc Gttond scmcstor holds fcw thrills, unlcss some hw lwvin ,I ..hi4llLfH 3' fl1SC0V0r what Axiom 234 meant. So far it - - O . h htltlt it tw con Mr. btcwart and thc Gcolnetrv book. ur.un1orma'gt1- it " . torx' -md t-vc-n ttic Sciililoliili- It niltlm fm MH In thc Pages of School his- . t s ac nn ttd that our hop was giddily succcssful. JOHN RAYMOND. l'tngr Forl-v-11410 I mils Gfuiflvr Wmmuinmmmwmwmwmzwmmm ygwmwgwm-VA? X-2. +N-.-mf,5-.L,gi:,f a1lrQafg.vg', may W .wwf uf- m yi "' fl, 13:-li,-,.'!:a.Q'E'P -'G,,.f - Lp' "1 5 ' 'I I fp .431 ' ' 'H ' I3 1' f I, '.,xu.',4 . ,. 4. 1: L5 -rl K I ' 5 ,1'9' 5 wwf ww Ne uw we ff M33 , 0 Q l xx 1 , ff?-A '45 -If-:f':L'n ' ' , ' "'- " V Lk' .ir all' . 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I I , x 1 I ' I' A X ' qv fxffu In a . 4 1 X w 1 Q lx if xv Q' J N :JSI .xt . ' N 5 x 4 F6 X' 1 U4 K 4 Q, I. S UR wx S 5. Q-X, T 1 ?:pWx,jw,'kK'?.N map. , SS? , f Ivy! 1, ' A X 41 ' " ' - - '. S 3 V71 I I hx' N W Ai' E251 '-I ' 1 if X U X. X X 1, 4 11 Sm E -M ww 2 71 " x Nw ' 4 Y we If 1:18 x X ix, ,Q ,Q SX Q., ,KX ,Q w Yf S' 'ff 1' -x x Qv X ' ' Q f Fl ' X f' Nw 'n fl f V f . Jf X 3 , A ,rw 1 N Q , . 1.151 ffl -,l wh' . Q SOPHOMORE . Page Forfux'-H1r'z wha muffler' ,. 4 , 7'Y'7'7'?' 1 24, t r. Sophomore Class Olfifnzlszns Proqidcnt ,--, .-.,,.,,.. .,,,,,,, ,,,,,, I , 4 rRoi Harrison Vigo-laresidcnt .--Q---- A --,-,,, George LOVGlZlllll SCC1-gtg1-y-Treasurer ,........., ......----,-- A dll 51lYdCV ADVISERS Miss XVilder, Miss Reed. Mr. Brandsmark. Class Roll Mary Abroham Kenneth Ames Ruth Asmus Margaret Atkins Lucille Bachman Robert Bachman Naomi Ball Grace Ballard Helen Ballard Mary Behrens Allen Berquist .leany Bevilacqua Joseph Bisby Martha Blake Mildred Bowen Grace Brooks Bertram Brown Donald A. Brown Ruth Brown Mildred Bruner Alice Burt .loseph Camp Donald Carmieheal Thelma Catterline listelle Cisler Myrl Clark llelen Collins Page Forty-four Bernice Cook Grafton Cook Leo Cook Sheridan Cook Lola Dayhufl' Lorena Dayhuff Murray Deming Nellie Eckler Gordon Engel Barbara Everman Vivian Exner Margaret Farley XVilliam Farley Helen Fenton Alice Finley Eileen Flynn Noel Forler Dominick Frueei Carleton Geary Russel Geideman Edith Gorton Harry Gross Earl Hahn Olive Hanson Arthur Hall LeRoi Harrison Bernice Hartman Margaret Harvey John Hathaway Clarence Hess LaVerne Hess Bessie Higgins Clifford Hill Myrtle Hipshier Orletta Hipshier Richard Howard Joseph Hradel Ruth Hudson Harold Hunziker Edith Johnson ' A Merton Kehrer Dorothy Keith Oliver Kelley Calista Kingston Condon Kirk Laura Kloster Raymond Knauf Bernice Knott Karl Koehn Alice Krinowitz Moses Krinowitz Thelma Kubbernuss Paul Lawson Walter Lepel A mile Efguiflr-xf Sophomores Page For! 5'-ji iw mtg: muffler Kathryn Loekard Helen Logan George Loveland llelen Luke tiertrude Marr .loseph Marston Loretta Maellonald Robert MaeDonald Roger Mattix Vernon Mt-Rride Aliee Metlmber .lohn Mt-do Glenn Mell Charlene Mot-hour Roy Monroe Imogene Murphy Orville Nolan Ruth Nott Marian Olson Walter Otteson .lolm Otto Louis l'eter Lawrenee l'owell Kenneth llealll Lottie Reum Robert Riee Harry Riehards Arlene Rolfe Doane Rose Lewis Rourke Juanita Sanders Lillian Sehieb Iiarl Seott Donald Sharkey Inez Sheeley Lee Sheffer .lulia Shure Henrietta Smith Mahlon Slnith Mary Louise Smith Ada Snyder Irene Solf Vivian Speneer Ruth Steere Helene Stiek Edward Teske Jolm Thorpe Dick Tobin Carl Trattles Lawrence Trobaugli Fern VanDerbeek Maxine VanSkiver Ruth XValker Robert XVeaver Treva XVeed Marjorie NYienke Mary NVeinman Leo NYeiser- tlordon 'Weiss Dot NVelling Helen XVilkinson Ernest XVelsh NVilliam NYL-therby Rerdell NVi,lliams Eugene NYilliams George XVinter Iidmund YVolford Helen NVolford Sophomore History Un September third, 1923. a forlorn little group of Junior High Slu- dents entered the portals of the ninth grade to begin a eareer as the best elass ever graduating from Niles High. The little green things. as they were termed, still inhabited the Junior High building, because ot' lack of room in Senior High. Not many events transpired that tirst year although the two Civies elarses formed a elub and held a debate and a danee under the capable supervision ol' Miss Millie NVhalen and Mr, Markley. Both the party and the debate turned out to be great sueeesses. ln mid-winter our better half left us to go into the rocky and peril- ous passages ol' the new Senior High building, and for many months the Junior lligh had to sueeumb to our jurisdiction and leadership. lfarly in the fall of 192-I the great elass was again united and at a late meeting eleeted the following oifieers: 'fDoe" Harrison. Presidentl "l.ovey" Loveland. Viee-President: and "Neck" Snyder, Secretary and Treasure r. 'l'he elass has progressed wonderfully this past vear and has estab- lished an unparalleled reeord in the Senior High. 'One of the reasons being the :relive part that the Sophomore elass plays in the events and happenings alzout the building. This same elass has members on the luazfltethall team, football team, debating team, and in the glee-elubs. orelieztra, .and band, and many others, so numerous that the new Ency- elopedias in the Library would look like a short story as compared to their reeountings. ll'. in some future year, an ambitious Senior or facultv member, sh-ould. -pei ehanee, hear of some famous person that had graduated from l Niles H1gh.Sehool as being placed in the hall of fame, heiwould immedi- ately t'XClttllll7 "He musl have graduated in '27l l lu 1 Dieu TomN-'27, Page Forty-xix t Elm Gfgrfflrvrf Pagv Fol'ly-sf' LH Eiga Qrnftler The Tattler Staff AIWISERSA Miss Little Mr. Stewart EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Alice Platt ASSOCIATE EDITORS Mary Burns Esther Forler Muriel I-Iuntly Frank Hubbard Alela Ostrander A - Lyle Gicldings BUSINESS NIANAGER Lucian VVo0d ASSOCIATE BUSINESS MANAGERS .lolin Barman Frank Barron ' TYPISTS Marguerite Prenkert Leah Hendel-5011 Page For! y-eight . i-.lwfvg-i-......-, .. ,-- ..,....-..,,-,.. . Y alle Ubniilcxj ' ia-r"' ag-rs V-g .,.' 'ft V' ,uf Z ,' wg i V r k V y 1 X A x - ip. t l"L 11 , y,4 QF The Tattler Staff Page Forty-Him' v I Q 1 4 Ely: Tlsriiler The Board of Control AIDYISOIKIES Allen .....,......., ,.. liranclsmark ...,. Little ,,,,,.,,. Mathews .Y,,,.... North ,,.,,,,, Reed ..,.,. Sawyer 'YA,,,... Stewart ,,,Y,,,, Talbnrt .. ,,... NVilcler ....., Page Filly Faculty Adviser f-lVlr. Zabel HEPliIiSEN'l'A l'lYliS Muriel Huntly Robert Burns, Pres. Dorothy .lauelm Harold Logan Ada Snyder Cleo XXYlllC'lll2ll1 Florence NVinquist Henry Towa r, Treas. Helen Koeller Sheridan Cook, Vice-Prc ,....Mary Burns .lohn Harman Irma Loveland, See'y Robert Roebeek Lucille Allerton Gerald NVrigl1l Aleta Ostrander lien Larsen Deane Eager Vernon Armstrong 4 A' -1 I-' . ' .vy , mv llwiflif for 1 ., i v, ' , Y M N ,A A 5:5 ' , - - 1 ' X - K' f 4 pdl ' A x ' W u,, l 9' AR , - , K, 1. X .Xgx ' ' 'A -' , 'K Vx. "- X A , 'A' U . .sz . 'N f 1 , - A.. - ' -' , up X, -K my I .5 - ., " , 7 . 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YM., 4 .mix,xv.A..mm,.xpw.mf:f,4Sll1.xm-n:1+sn.Qfkf1wfm1um.n.x-::.lQ3B. -Aw:-s mmw-,L m.wM:-hah.: vaio-ur.: The Board of Control Pugn' Fifly-one Eiga Gfaffler The Moon Staff Ada 5Il5'ill'l' ......,.... ........., . V -,,.,-,,,'--,,----,,-- Sllcrnlnn Cook ,........ Bllll'QllOl'll0 Prcnkcrl NV:1ll:1c'o Sllck ..,,,..,,, Y llobvrt NX OIIICI' ..... Marvin l'l:11'gf:r Frank l'lulJlJ:n'cl Palsy Cook .,,,,,.A Mary Burns ..,..., liilcvn Bcllrcns ..,. Dick Tobin ,.,..,.. Miss North ...,,,. fffilllgid' , ,,.?....,A...g. ,,,..,..ILilltOl'-lll-ClllCf .lmlinsincss Mzmugcx ...,.,Assistm1t liclilox l..,,,.,lixclmngQ limlitol and Drznnntics liclilor .,.,.,.......l'ILlIllOI' liclitor , ,... Lltcrzlry liclitor ,,,..All1lL-tic liflilor ,.,...,.AllllIllll liflilor l...,...,,.Soc1cty ljlclitor .,..Iunior High Iiclilor , ...,.,, Faculty Aclvisvr REl'0Il'l'lZllS Blilllfhk' f:2lllll'I'0ll lluth EVCVIIIIIII Muriel H untly Florcncc Winqnisl 15110011 Flynn Alva Hurt Dorothy .lnucll Dorls Eager Vernon AI'lllSll'0llg i , nulnllnlnzmexr 1-nv i A V U in lfliffNxixrnIiH'frFgW' -E lrlllnmunuxl' , ' 'W""f - lDIlLl'lTlll.1LlKlRl' - l TH .l r"l , P ' ..-lx Ji.f7'7i:' V l , X ':.i,4'l , 4 '--- , mlllfmklnr mx In -1 I W: 4?1vLf,,ALg -- , .,f- A A ml. ,, 'uf ,v ,- -. lg, 'P " in f Ia?-w LT Page Fifly-1200 xmmN',. , ,Ao 2. pv p p bQ'l1c!Flfufilc1' ai .L , -if-, , . f,.,,,.,, ..- -.1- -,:.f- '13, ,. .J .., . ,, , -- f,..,l,,,l: U- hi .,.- ,,i .,. - H N ,ff V. if 'H v..---2, .7' '1 , L'- 1. , .M ,".' .. V -1 X. . . .. l -...-........iL.i:..J..Ls .i.1....,.- .:..-l. . .., L.. .,.,1 , ..-J, 415' -rg. , thus. lmuliill, llll'll2ll'll lolnn, Miss Sclnnilll, Conn-li, Slu-rirluu Cook, Kl'Illll'lll Mc'l1onnl'll. The Debating Team Nov. 21, Sl. .loc vs. Nilcs ul Nilcs. Sl. .long 2g Nilvs, l. D Doc. 12, 'l'ln'c'c Rivcrs vs. Nilvs ul 'l'ln'w liivvrs. 'l'ln'l-c llivcrs, 3g Nilvs, 0. Jun. 20, liulzunuzoo Norlnul vs. Nilvs ul Nilcs. liulaunuzoo.. 33 Nilcs, ll. Fvh. 12, Sl. .loc vs. Niles ul Nilvs. Sl. .lolz 21 Nilvs, l. For lhc llrsl liinc in llvl' yours, Nilvs wus r0p1'l'sl-lilccl hy il clvhuling lczun. Tho url ol' ll0l'lll2ll urgunu-ul xvus. llll'l'l'llOl'C. quill- forcign lo lhc locul CZllNllil2llCS :incl lhcy were uuuhlv lo 1-1CClll'C :1 viclory oul ol' lhcii' loui' cucounlcrs NX'llll olhci' schools. 'l'h0 qucsliou clchulcfl upon wus: licsolvcml, lhul lhc Pliilippinv lslunmls shoulcl hc grunlvcl lhcil' coniplclc und hnnivcliulc inclcpcnclciicc. I Firsl opposilion czunc in lhc lorin of lhv Sl. .loc nvgulivc lvzun which cnllccl in u 2-1 viclory l'o1' lhc l,uk0 Cily clchulors. Nvxl. 'l'lu'0v Rivers wus grunlccl lhc clccision followcll by u uuuninious xvin for liuluinuzoo Norlnul. In lhc lusl clcbulc, Sl. .loc's ulllruiulivc lczun uccoinplishccl xvhul lhcii' uogulivc cohorls haul, lwo luoulhs previous. Tobin. who spokc llrsl, wus lhc lnuiusluy ol lhc lviun. llc look purl in cvcry mlchulc, lhc only one lo clo so. Cruhill wus lhc svcoml spcukci' :incl u rcgulan' on lhl' lozun. .lohu Rllylllllllll wus ai lucliilwi' of lho lcaun during lhc llrsl S0lllCSlCl', hc lhcu lvfl school uull licnnvlh lN'lcConncll, lhc rchullall Ilnll, look his plucc. Slicrillun Cook. who wus cupluin of lho loam, spoke lhird. Tho lczun wus couclicml by Miss Sclunilll, hcucl of lhc public speaking llcpnrlnic-nl. lu vicw ol' lhc fuel lhul this ycan"s lvzuu wus C0lllDOS0ll ol' Sopho- niorcs unfl Juniors, Nilcs should ncxl y0u1'lJ0 1'cp1'0sclil0cl hy u coinpclcnl llclmuling lcann. S. Cook. Page Fifty-1 lure Ellyn 'Qifritl er The Baud Roll William li. Mathews ....,,, NVallaee Stick n,xm'roNl2s Eclwarcl Yoss Raymond Hanson CI,AltlNlC'l'S llartly Langston Noel Forler Leo Garlanger Rielmrtl Hain Julius Johnson Frederick Knaut' Ralph Laverty Robert Roeheek Mahlon Smith Robert XVomer 'rnomiiomss Stanley Bigelow Paul Dreher John .Iauch Kenneth Thornton liraclley Zimmerma Page Fifty-four ll ConNiz'rs Vernon Armstrong Vernon Bachman .Iohn Burns Robert Burns Owen Henry Clarence Hess Clillorcl Hill Riehartl Hill Donald Marshall Lawrence Powell Percy Rosevear Carl Swartz Hillis Smith Alton Snull' Robert Tormey Carl Trattles SAXAPHONIES Rieharcl Elder Russell Geicleman Harry Gross ......,,Direetor .....Drum Major LeRoi Harrison Eldon Rolfe Russell Schwartz Ralph Shoop Rolland Smith Rohert XVaterson Lucian Wlood Roger Wood Robert NVooclbriflge ME1,r,oPHoNi Lee Sheffer DRUMS .Iohn Barman Simeon Belknap Homer Benjamin Doyle Carpenter LaVernc Hess Harold Logan Richard Tobin Cleo NVideman Whit afiler -... .MA-,,,.,.....-.7 YVill i :1111 11IANo xxlllltl Fay Gilson v1o1.1Ns l:I'2lIlClS Fento11 Mary S. Power llic-l1:11'1l Tobin Culistzi Kingston liclith Gorton lleune linger CI,AlllNlE'l'S llobert XVOIHCI' Leo G2ll'l1lllQCl' llulph l,:1ve1'ty lu. The Qrchestra Roll Mzitliews .,.,.......,.....,. .,...,Director Co11N1a'1's lAlXN'l'0Ill'C Powell .lolin Burns .lohn .l auch 'l'll0Mll0NlCS lit-11111-tl1 Tll0I'Ill0ll Percy lloseveal' 11,x11iToNl2 sixxlxi-11oN1as lillNN'tll'tl Yoss MlEl,I,0l'HONli Roger NVoocl Robert Waterson Lee Sl1eIl'c-1' lilmlon Rolfe xY1,o1'HoN12 l'lz11'ry Gross Cleo NvltlClIlAlIl Annu Marie G2ll'l1lIlg0I' minus 1f1.U'1'1c l,IIvCl'll0 llc-ss l10l'll1l linger Louise I'la1y1len Page Fifty-ji iflge Qlaiiler l Senior Play HCl1ll'CllCC,n a delightful Your-act coniedy by Booth Tarkiiigton, was presented by the Senior Class on Deceniber twelfth. - . ' s'Clarenee," a very reticent and retiring ex-soldier is seelging office eniploynient and is hired by Mr. NVheeler, an exasperated business inan with a troublesome faniily. Clarence's duties are vague, but seein. to consist in keeping peace in the family. Later, he proves to be Dr. Snnth, a famous zoologist and authority on the coleoptera. The role of "Clar- ence" was cleverly taken hy Robert Burns, and Lyle Giddings as uMr, NVheelcr," gave an excellent characterizalion of the tired business nian. Alice Platt. as "Cora XVheeler," the impulsive llapper daughter, and llenrv Towar as her brother, "Bobby," fresh from prep school, played lheirxparls with characteristic entlliusiasni, getting into typical squabbles which seemed quite natural znl ' A - ' ' ' ' " ' ence, "Miss Pinneyf' Corals governess, as played by Dorotha Geidenian, was a niost engaging leading lady, and look her part well. Esther For- ler, the young and attractive '5Mrs. XVheeler" was very clever in her role ot' the neglected and jealous wife. Lucian XVood, as the villainous "Mr, Stein," took his part excellently. "Mrs lVIarlyn,,' given by Aleta Ostrander, was a very etlicient and cap- able secretary to Mr. NVheeler, and "Dinwiddie', lhe butler, Bunny Mar- shall, who played opposite the house-niaid "Della", Muriel Huntly, fur- nished a great deal of hunior. 1 c nought niang a laugh lioni the audi- Much credit for the.success of "Clarence" is due our capable direc- tor, Miss Carribel Schmidt. ' Page Fifty-Six 4 ppp pkmtplalfzxiilcgj 1 l umor Play On Friday evening, May 29th, the .lunior elass presented the i'Clttll'Ill School", a three-net eoniedy by Alice lJllUl' Miller and Robert Milton, under the direction ot' Miss Carribel Sehlnidt. The story centers about a llllIlllSOll1C young automobile salesman, Austin lievans. who in- herits a girls' hoarding-school, and proceeds to run it along very original lines. "The great principle which has niade a success ot' the theaters and the press," says our hero, "has never been applied to edueation-snamely, the principle ol' giving the public what it wants." And so we have the Charm School, with the young and handsome Austin at last realizing his secret desire to be a teacher. But alas, he reckoned without one iinportanl factor-fhis own charm s -and although his theories worked out with great sueeess. he lost his school for- one ol' the pupils succumbed to the eharni ot' her teacher. LAST Austin Bevans ..e, .s.....,.,,. vv,....... l '1 obt. Roebeek Elise Bt-nqdotli ,,,,. ,.,, . losephine Jenner David Maelienzie ,....se....e.e Robert Harger George Boyd ,,Y,,,, e.,. l .awrenee Kendrick .lini Siinpkins .V....w...v.. H1ll'0ltl LOQHII Homer Johns ,,,, ........ l JOlli1lCl Stilwell Miss Hays q,,,,., .,,... l Slanche Ballard Miss Cul-tis .A,, ,,,ee 1 'lossie XVillianis Sally Boyd -,,.-qA.,e ,.,..,,...,. I ielen Kehoe Muriel Doughty ..,. s,..,............ I DOVISQEUQCI' 120101 Spglviu -A,-,, ,..,., 1 florence XVlI1CIlllSl Alix Mercier ,,,...i. ,-,,----'---- ll 'IHVY E- M0011 Lillian Stafford .,-, ,,e,, R ttargaret Schmidt Page Fifty-xewlz fur Lblgc muffler The Belle of Barcelona The plaza of Barcelona must be a very busy place, if as many ro- mances are enacted there in such a short timc, as were in this entertain- ing musical comedy. The most important romance was that of Lieutenant Harold Wlright and Marguerita de Montero, otherwise known as Bob Burns and Betty Jauch. They were opposed at first, by Senor and Senora de Montero and the usual villians, Ben Larsen, Aleta Ostrander, and John Wleaver, who were, however, won over in the end. The second romance was that of Mercedes and Emilio, the toreador who was found lo be an aviator. These parts were taken by Helen Kehoe and Cleo XVideman. 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XNZIIICCI' t . : - , .z , 1' 1 , I A ll.1ll, I.. llull, N. VzinNVingen tAssl. Gonelil Kendrick, Gooper, Rnrron, Seotl, Davis, llzirger i..xY1sn l70SI'l'ION Cmss XVI-IIGII 1 Clark R. Ii. Senior 153 XVCZIVCI' I.. G. Senior 156 Repino I.. 'l'. Senior 1815 Rnrron 13. Senior 1-'10 Madison C. Senior 1-10 Arnold QCD Q. R. .Iunior 1131 Lngoni R. 'l'. .lnnior 212 Kendrick R.. G. .lnnior 150 Grout R. II. .lnnior 1237 Itlzxrger I.. 'l'. .lnnior 1.-17 Hall I.. H. Junior 138 Roskny R., R. II. .lnnior 175 NVilson 'l'., R. G. .Innior 1158 Cooper I.. E. .lnnior 131 Davis F. B. .Innior 1-11 NVolforcl C. Soplioniore 1135 XVintcr R. G. Sophomore 145 Hull F. B. Soplioinore 15,1 Peters I.. E. Sophomore 163 Camp F. R. Sophomore 150 Scott R. E. Sophomore 132 Ai.1,xs "Sonny" "Ifirpo" "Rnll" nl?l'2lllliu "M :i4lclie" "Roh" "Pail" "I .11rry" Uxvlltllllillln "Rob" "'l'nIl'y" l3LlllCl'l11llliN "Rirclie" "Red" --Vola- "Eddy" "Pinch Hit" "Hoclcly" "Louie' "Butch" "Scotty" a 1 Page Six! y-om' ftvflr Qttgr Qtafftcr My cg-. , l Gridiron Tilts N THE last two vears football has iisen in prominence in Niles High School until it has become one of our foremost 5l701'tS- ,AMOF two vears of preparation and familiarizmg with the formsxof fray, our warriors who were left. and our new men, went out on the held not only to fight but to fight and win. They had not only the undaunted courage- ous spirit of the Niles High School of former y.ears.lJut a better knowl- edge of football tactics. After a couple of rnmmngs from no mean teams, our Knights of the Gridiron with redoubled determmtation and keener ability buckled against an all touted team, Grand Rapids Union. Tallying seven points on the surprised grid experts, we thus became the first team to score against Grand Rapids' undefeated eleyen. Anything but tight was foreign to the line-up as proven m the following three games in which we abducted the Michigan City fracas 2 toutt and were then defeated by our historic competitor. St. Joe. But theyjolt trom St. .toe didn't dent the spirit or vigor of determination. The lXIllglltS of the Gridiron mounted for full charge ahead and swept over the next and last tive teams for that many overwhelming victories. XVere these victories not the evidence of resolute football grit. and perseverance. resulting in a better trained team, which may be all summed up in genuine school loyalty? Our standing of second place in the Little Ten plainly speaks to Niles a trimnphal message and the class of '25 points proudly to the record ot' a successful team. Recount About a week before the tirst otlicial game, scrimmage set up a seri- ous disturbance in the Niles football camp, hy an injury to a star player. .Iohn Lagoni. A badly spramed knee eliminated this valuable man most of the season. Pat is easily classed as one of the best punters in the State of M1ch1gan,and his absence in the line-up was keenly felt. Friday afternoon of the ltlth, developed a non-otlicial game with the alumni, m wlnch all the men on hand were allowed a chance at 'em so tllat a super-scrimmage ended in a "naught"-y score. The season was duly opened at Plvm Park on September 27. with a defeat from indiana. delivered by lilkhart in the ratio of 22 to 0. A week later our "eleven plus" invaded that State at Mishawaka. where we were again administered a prompt, unfavorable count ot' 28 to 0. llowever. not dismayed by thelopponents rising score, the team practiced harder than ever and by a Journey up state, thev encountered an undefeated bunch of. gridders representing Grand Rapids. Now although the shrillness ot the score wouldn't impress you in this man- ner. our grid-warriors did put up a wonderful battle and they did carry away the honor of being the hrst tczungto score against this aggregation. htlheilrdiigll no.te was ,tb and ours I, six-sevenths of which was due to cf Coopbei s ablhty to tear otl touchdowns from tus position at end. .14 llms with three- defeats but without heavy hearts, we were called to dispute the goitls with our adopted relation, lVllch1gan City. After the mix xx as sc tt cc we claimed the only two points to be had. Our first year Page Six!-v-Iwo A Qflxc ilfxiflcf t'oolh:xll slmlcnl, XX7llllL?l', sonmlcd his xnrlllr :xl guard :xs hr did l:xll-1' in thc Dowugizxc gznnc. On Octobrr 25, thc ollici:xl griddrrs ol' N. ll. S. :xg:xin nxovrd north willx :xn zxggrvssivr :xllilmlc to :x point on llxr soxitlxrnst corxxrr ol' I,:xkr Michignn. wlxcxrr Sl. .loc hrld 18 points :xml wc p:xnm-d 7. XVilh so xnzxny ill Ilops of thc- pixxskin tlxl- u1XI'llUlllltt'u rr:-w rr-lnx'xx1-d lo Czxstlr N. ll, S. willx :x pnlsr tingling willx x':-vvxxuv. A wt-cl: l:xtrr thr- Crrw tl,IXl'll0ltl cnt loose :x Iorrrnt ot' fxxnxruv on lllvxxxonlh. lcwxvinsf llxcnx ll:xt, :xml rrlnrninff lo oxxr fort with 71 noinls 2l nxorr llx:xn llxr tolzxl ninnhrr 0xtx':xc.l0d lxv lilklnxrl :xml lVlislx:xw:xl::x. Prtrrs fl-ll rxtr:xordi- n:xx'ily lrislw :xml fl:xslx0d :xronnd llxr rml for six snxonldl-ring lom'h- downs. !f1ll'I1l'I'll1.Q 36 of thc 711 points. Phxinwrll w:xs mxxt in linr. :xml Novvnxlxrr S. witnrssrd :x srr:xn :xl tlxr lxonxv ol' this crrw. After llxv ionsl. which lw Ihr w:xx' w:xs not 'lzx nl:xis- :xxxc0" C:xs xxxosl ot' llxr lczxnx will lvstifv. llx:xt il w:xsn'l :x slrirllv grntlr :xll':xir' Ywlxzxl s:xy lfloddyj l'l:xinwcll full lhr dia of :x 28 to 0 scorr. ln llxrrr d:xvs our mxnsf w:xs :xmxin sm-tlin1! tlxf- :xlt:xx-la for tlxf' "snn0x'- inlrmlvnt ontnnt town". So on tlxr 'l'm-sd:xv followinff tho Plzxixxwrll x':xl-lull the- nxrn :xQ:xin :xdnxinislrrc-rl flrlrfxl. in six lxig lx-ltrrs to 'Flxrrc' llivrrs. tAx'vn'l von srlfxxl von floxx'l livx- llxc-rf-. Mr. F,l'7INVliUl'fl?l Tho following wc-rl: lxronsflxt I'orllx soxxxx- 'itl'l'I1lltlllQlll'9'l'tll"' ixx nrvnzx- x':xtion for thu "stove town" :xnnnzxl footlxaxll '6:x1iQr:xv:xlioxx". "Dow:xgi:xc" lxzxs :xlw:xvs lx:-rn tho w:xv ot' smxllimi "t'oollx:xll" to Nilrs. 'l'l-xx slnfio wus srl lim' lhr 1-tth :xml in :x l'l'l"'0l'5'lllt' lxoixxo-ronxixxff 1f:xxxxc-. Nilvs fxxxxxihi- lzxlrd thc' lloixixrl-fl:xluxi's 93 to tl. "Dx-fxvx-liix-l:" lflfxx-lx vlinxixxrxtrcl :xll tlllCl'y in rrgzxrd lo his prvlix hy nxzxlaing thr onlv lit-ld QQo:xl ot' llxr sc:xson. lronx the 35 yard lim-. YVinl0r :xp:xin rxlxilxilrd his lzxlrnl :xl sfn:xrd. This victorv wfxs followrrl lxv Ihr lonrllx lxoxmx ff:xnxr :xml l:xst Qlssexlllt ot' lhv sr:xson. on Novrxxxlxrr 22, with ll4m'lx:xn:xn. who wont honxc with :x loop for :x scorv. lhr rrsnll of :x 27 to 6 rixsf:x.Qrxxxlxxxt. Thr c"'lxs:xfllxs wrrv llxns hronsjlxt to fl x-lose. willx sis wximxs won. onc lird. :xml four lost. A m'rrrnl:xgr ol' .667 is vcry cx'rdil:xlxlr :xml thc cru- szxdrrs :xrv to hr coxxxxnrxxdrd. Thr volrrzxixs who ronlrilxnlrd :x grmxl slx:xrr lo tlxr SllCL'0SS ol' tlxr sr:xson wrrcx. Rrpimx :xml XVO:xvrr. who willx Cl:n'lq :xml C:xpt:xin Arnold. lxzxvr plzxycd tlxvir l:xsl l'oollx:xll Qninr for onx' :Xlnnx M:xlvx'. Rrpimx :xl l:xrkl0 :xml lV0:xvcr :xl gxnxrd hotlx nlaxyrd nnil'ox'nxlv :xgsfrvssivcx Qzxnxrs. A grrzxl portion ol' llxr Qlory ol' llxr vC:xr's sxiccrss is dm: to C:xnl:xin Arnold's fighting 0x:xnxpl0 to tlxr lcaxnx. in his nosition :xl cnx:xrt0rh:xck. Thr loyalty :xml :xhilily of tlxrsr nlzxyrrs will hr drrply nxissc-d mxxt y0:xr. The .lnnior nxcn. Hzxrgcr. licxmlricli. Grozxl. l.. l'l:xll. A. ll:xll. :xml llosluxy, wcrc :xll grC:xl fzxclors in this yc:xi"s slrngglc. Kvmlricla hold thc linc strong by :xltcrnzxling willx XVc:xvcr :xml Yllintrr :xl g2n:n'd. Gro:xt's slay-rockcl tackling wzxs :x s0ns:xlion of llxr svzxson. l.. l'l:xll our sprrdirst lxzxck clmlcd nxorc tlx:xn one lc:nn for :x lonclxdown :xml was piclcrd :xs :nx All-Countv lxzxlf-oxn' only nx:xn to place on llxis llllllll. Art Hull :xt full- back wzxs ':x lim: sn1:xshcr pzxr-cxcrllcnt. Roskzxy cxlxilxilcd leadership :xl qnzxrterbzxck. C:xpl:xin-clcct Eddy NYolford luxmlsoimxly lillod thc crxxtcr posilion. Ho cxccntcd :xn zxccuruto p:xss :xml his fuvorilr trick was to lxrczxk llxronglx :xml drop lxis nx:xn behind llxc limi for :x loss. Nrxt yc:xr's lxopcs are ccnxcnlcd willx :x fighting louder. XXl1lSOIl :xml Madison were Page Sixty-llm'z' Ely: Eaiflcr p ppp S S - v competent sub-linesmen. "Grit" Barron, sub at quarterback, found his greatest l1andicap in l1is IlllIlll'i weight. 112111113 proved himself il prom- ising man at full back, Davis promises lo be a strong contender at half. and Scotty at end. Q , The season wl1icl1 opened witl1 many chscouragemenls, ended in :1 whirl-wind. and the success is attributecl to tl1e players' loyalty and Coach NYalker's persistence. U l11 spite ot' the loss ot' l'Olll' veterans and three "subs , nest yearls procligies. witl1 licltly xvllli-Ol'tl as captain, will surely be one big factor in football i11 Stltltll-xYCSlCl'll ltlichigan. Tl1is fall we 111eet Cassopolis on Sept. 213 Mishawaka, Oct, 35 Three Oaks. Oct. 10g Michigan City, Oct. 173 St. Joseph, Oct. 2-tg Plymouth, Oct. 315 Plainwell. Nov. 7g Tl1ree Rivers, Nov. 113 l7iLlCl12ll1ZlI1. Nov. 21g and Dowagiac, Nov. 20. Little Ten Championship Standings 's XVON l,os'1' S'1',-xN111Nr1 South Haven .... .,.. - t 0 1000 Niles ,,,,,.,,,,,,,,, . l 750 'Allegan ......... 2 1 666 St. .loseph ..,...,... . 3 2 600 'Benton Harbor 1 1 500 llowagiae ........ , 2 3 400 Otsego .,.....,. 1 3 250 ilgtliflltlllilll ..... 0 2 000 ' Plai nwell ..... 0 3 000 'rn -1 V - Ice Oalts ....................... .TUIIIIIS flirt not play the requircrl lltlllllll'l' ot' gaincs to be title 1'OlllClltl0l'S. b.1 eh lox b.1 tio Blackmond Trophy A line example of Niles school spii ckeml by Niles business is tl1e BlftCklllOlltl rophy, awarrletl by tl1e BltlClilllOlltl .lexx 'y Store. Tl1is trophy, a beautiful silv11 ll1lSli0llHlll Skill. Sl'llOl2ll'Slll1J, and gent-1'1 1 l't clt .llll '. Niles llish is greatly pleased i11 the selec ll of the winner, .Earl Clark, a Senior wl1 'lllg Vllll. IS lllt' IJVIZL' of ill!! St'ZlSOll,S l70Sl sketball player, excelling i11 inclivithl has always exhibited l1is best, and proved hiinsclt' a credit to athletics. As he cher- ishes the prize, so is tl1e class of 925 proud ot' tl1e rewarrl bestowed o11 Olll' of its mem- ? bers in eonsitleration of l1is merit. Page Si,l'1,V-flllll' E115 mailing BASKl5'l'BAl,l . 1924-1025 Qpansail, Harrison, lluss, Morris, NVeiser l S XValker fCO2lCl1l, A. Hall, Dllllll1ll', Clark, M l lxloplcnslcin Olgizb 4... Varsity Squad l'1,.xY1sn l'osrr10N G.,xMi-:S Yi-:An XVlsIu11'r Arms lil..-XYIED liillinar QCaplainj Right Forward 20 120 "Skinny" Clark Cenler, L. Forward 20 1-18 "Son" Giddings Cenler,l,. Guard .5 138 ' "Doe" Spansail Center, R. Guard 20 150 "Spanel" Morris Forward u 13 137 "Ray" Huss Forward 18 127 "Hussie" XVeiser Left Guard 4 133 "Lee" Hall Right Guard 20 152 "Hoddy" Harrison Center, R. Guard 13 137 "Doe" Page Six! y-ji mm 'fthe Enttler Net Review HE l3ASli1C'l'lSA1.L TEAM 11111110 its 11011111 with four straight wins, two of which were on Olll' own floor. ln spite of reverses that fol- lowed. tl1e team exhibited model loyalty and sportsmanship. Our tirst four games, fthere Zlllil returnj at Edwardsburg and Eau Claire were won with an average of 13 points. Both schools had speedy aggregations considering tl1e 0Il1'0lllllCIll ol' 1J1llDllS. The next games were lost to tl1e Alumni, Micl1igan City, Culver, Muskegon, Mishawaka, and Plylll0lll1l 011 an average of 131Q poi11ts. On January 23rd and 24th, liuclianan and lV1llSliCQ011 were given tl1e sorry end by a 10 to 19 and 10 to 15 score respectively. St. .loe 11ext shoved llS out with a count of 30 to 9. In a return fracas with ltflishawaka we landed an lllfllilllll crew on tl1e 111211 for tl1e tirst and only ti1ne in a 12 to 15 decision. Sturgis barely l1eld tl1e edge of tl1e fray in a fast game rescuing tl1e at1'air for themselves 17 to 15. In Iltlllllg tl1is game, Sturgis later won the District and State Cll2ll1llJl0llSllllJ of Michigan in Class 13. Plymouth and Culver 11ext laid 11s 0111. Buchanan 1JCCtllllC Otll' last victim of defeat in an exciting COlll0Sl featuring a Qt'111llll0 Niles 80001111-112111. comeback. St. .loc spoiled Olll' last ho1ne game by sinking 35 points to Olll' 21. Tl1e Kala1nazoo 'llOtIl'll2llllCIll pitted us once more against St. Joe. This time tl1e jinx wl1icl1 starred in 111081 of the other QLIIIICS worked over-ti1ne o11 Olll' basket I1ltlClll11C. St. Joe was defeated on the floor but NVOII out with an eagle eye for the hoop. The score was 17 to 10. lJA'l'Ii 98 Nov. - Dec. 5 Dec. 12 Dec. 10 Dec. 20 .1an. 2 .1a11. 9 .1a11. 10 .1tlll. 10 .1an. 17 .1a11. 23 Jan. 2-l .12ll'l. 30 .1an. 31 Feb. ti Feb. 13 Feb. 20 Feb. 27 Mar. ti Mar. 13 Total Pugc Sixly-,1'ix Season's Encounter O1'1'oN1-:N'rs lidwa rdsb urg l'ltlXVtll'K1SlJ1ll'g Fan Claire liau Claire Alum ni Micl1igan City C11lver 1v1llSli0g0ll Ht Mishawaka l'lyn1o11th liucha nan S. Muskegon ll ts. St. .1oe lVlishawaka Sturgis l'ly1noutl1 C11lver Buchanan St. .1oe St. .loc N 11.11:s PI.,-x YIEIJ Niles There Niles Here Niles There Niles Here NilCS Here Niles There Niles Here Niles There Niles There Ni 108 Here Niles There Niles Here Nil0S There Niles Here Ni les Here Niles There Niles There Niles H91-Q Ni1CS Here Niles Kalamazoo XVON 011 LosT XV XV XV XV L L L L L L XV NV L XV L L L XV L L me 5552 Mitts! Otteson, li. F. Davis, R, G. Farley, l,. F. XVeiser, I.. G. Seott, C. Pages' Review Tl 'ond team proved the bright spot in basketball o ie sec '2 t-25. Many of the preliminary battles were the most exciting contests f the season ot' the evening's entertainment. Three games during the season were argued with first teams of "Class C" towns re iresentinff Berrien Sirinffs, and Eau Claire. On i l ra m ' December twelfth, the crew boldly set out of harbor by taking on Ber- rien S irinffs first and Eau Claire second the same nite both games being l U , played on the opponent,s floor. However, the local cagers took em across with a 15 to 4 and 25 to 3 count, respectively. Two defeats, one at the hands of the alumni second and the other from St. Joe second, W-f'1.'0Ibe only shake-ups received. In the alumni game the graduate bogii UIC l0Nl the ball and the local men around alike, beef being unevenly siml5ill0lXt St. Joe, weak eyes starred in the defeat. lslowever, the seasonl 90111 Wlh as a whole was a string of victories and in one game the t'Cz11il?'ul'lT.?' went over 45 to the opponents I. 'lhe vic- tories were added to tlijlflgt with an average win of lb points. The total ' V - . . 21A times as many as those of number of p the opponents. oints netted by the locals was 3 Page Sixty-seven , - - - - - -' """' ' N", 'M' 'A':::.--x-X, .5 I. , 315'-25'5'.l'tA:Q1.fAj.1.,QfljRj..glv . Q. 'Len' ' xx ' ' ,f,'.-fr:.g- -. .- - 1:14 5:9 t , f X 7 25 1' -1'f.f"'f.'f" !' 'ik 3 J ' jj. ri V' ffjt . xx Q 1 J 'V,.,5.,, -V ,gi fr 3 , :M . O V X ,- f 'P-ff, P , 1' ', Q ' 3 ' X N I, ?f' 1 fi 5' ,f -lm 1 5 cr -i . x H f Q 'lf' 5' N X . ,ff Y i f xx A X 1 , U ,, ' N X , , .mir A -. X. 9 A X 1 . " 1 C D . N I X , X V X ' '. x b f . O X I I . l Q Q 5 y N ' X ' EQ N 7' ' 1 , 1 . . I . 2 ' no iw gg:- C, A 1 '- '- , 6? -Q., FT' Q 'Q 51' ' ". E29 1 of .Mi 1,5 , ZQE 1 M f ' 2 " Y "2 J-. af . fn , g , ' ' Il I 1.17 . ' N4 f ' ff". 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Klopfenstein tMgr.J Dittmar, Reum, A. Hall, Cooper, Cook Track Digest The Niles Track and Field team of 1924 seemed beset with the jinx of t'misfits', and hard luck. However, the scant clad men retrieved their laleul in the last two contests. l'lic first encounter was staged at Plymouth, Saturday, April nine- tilt-ntli. in the form of a tri-school meet. The sequel counted Plymouth aa. Niles 37, and Argos 7. L. Hall, local high point man, scored first place m the low hurdles and pole vault. Lagoni and Troost tied for first place in the 100 yard dash and high jump. In the Kalamazoo College Meet Niles rescued tenth place in "Class A" with schools such as Toledo, Detroit, Lansing, and South Bend. L. Hall lied the record for the low hurdles in the semi-finals but fell short 1 3X5 seconds in the finalsfhowever taking first place. A week later the local "white meni' arranged four "Class B" medals for themselves in the Kalamazoo Normal Meet. Our pointggetters were L. Hall, Troost, Lagoni, and Reum. Wie clinched seventh place out of a lield of thirty schools. At an invitation meet at St. Joseph, May seven- teenth, we managed to deliver ourselves to fifth place. Un the next Saturday we beat Dowagiac 96 to 16. At the State Meet at M. A. C. Reum, Troost, L. Hall and Lagoni scored two thirds and two fOttI'll1S. Page Sixty-nine Gflge Qruffler .:,..i I. V. f. 5. , ., i lf, 1 I . f I Q-gf4 1 i f ' ' ' 'ff"'5.i 5,5 ll W:-5 V1 m V. ' 'ix iv etif-JT'-iv' 'f Q , L ,411 Y, JL. I, ,y K I ,Eva fkif-w 'p ' - " I X V A i 1 df? 1,9 . . .Ay , bf- L , lf 5' , P .L-aww - ' IL. I I, E 2 Q A 1 f 1'uy1' Sl"UtfHL-V fl ' 'Q 0 4 0 0 za of Y 80' ' fu"- 3 "fix 505 5 :1 Zu on 1 ni Qs 0 fn 2 00" I 1 1 yr' a II In - fllllln allllln ul Ilu ,xx ,K 'n :mx 0 E fumg 'V"r Maw WM yt H: Maw JMS, .ff i r of 0 on O 02'0'o, 0,0 sg . 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Lorna liagcr, Lawrence Scoll ROLL Clanclino Ausinns Ilflargnariclla Ansinns Rayinonrl lirancl Harolcl Brown lilgin lglllCllCl' liossiv Canlivlfl Lorna liagcr llonalcl lilclvr Irvin livcroll liclilli Franz NVallc'r Gloscr Gcorgc Goorlscll lilizalmvlll Guinnn Lillian Ilarclkc- Page Sewrullv-Iwo Maxim- Ilarcling Kivlll Iflargcr Vvrcla Harrison Anclrcw Harrigan Lowell IIcnclcrsl10ll liclwarcl lloss .lanc Hnnlcr Holwrl Kenny Iflcslvr lirills Fri-fl Luke Iiclylllo lVlcConnc-ll NVillJcr Mycrs Iona Prcssnall Edwin Ray Virginia Ready Olive Richardson Marie Pmeigle Gladys Rullschow Goralcline Scllicle Lawrence Scott Eclilli Susan George Tlinrslon Frank Unley Tlicodorc XVienkc Naomi NV0lfo1'ml Robcrl NVo0dbridg C ,, KN,-1 L Q: qyymlgc muffler 1'-. l'f' F, 'F , A Miss Campbells Advisory OFF I CERS Presidenl ..,..,,A.,, ,..,Y..,,A.Y,..,...,,...,. Vice-President ,..,, .....,. Seere la ry ..,,..., .,.Y...YY..,,..,,,,.. f 1 lreasurer ..., .....,..,...,,......A..,. Doyle Carpenler Lloyd Oslrander ,Rnlli lflarringlon ,.,..e,lVIary Snyder l'er, .loe Marizila Senalors ,.,, ,...,.. 1 Xliee Sellzle lileanor Anlisdel Florence Bidwell Alice Brooke Doyle Carpenter Irene Carrier Marllia Fedore Earl Fowler Charles Gilson Ruth Harrington .Iolin Jaueli RO LL l.ee Lane Andrea Larsen I-Iarl Luth Geraldine Malone .loe Marizila Ethel Miller Lloyd Oslrander James Pelruska Ralph Riedel' Alice Schafer Jolin Selinrnian Hallie Seliruinpf Cora Snyder Mary Snyder Kennelll Susan Viola Turk Mary li. VanSkiyer Alene NYeblJer Eliza NVeslerlield Marian Yoss Page Sczufzxty-tlzrec f '. , j.. X- 1 Elie muffler I ' ' X Miss CroWley's Advisory OFFICERS Pl'CSlllCI1l ,.,...,,,s, s..sss,.,,,,.,s,.,,,...s,ss,,.., I Llnici' Decker' Vice-Prcsiqlcnl .,,,..,.,,.,,s ,, sA.,..s,s..,s lVIzn'gzu'cl XVl1ilc Soorclury :incl rlII'CllSllI'Cl' ,,,..s,...,..,s, Evelyn Nichols Scnulors ss...,,..,s,,..,,..,,s.i Fcrnc llull, Irving Boulton ROLL Milclrccl Allcrlon Dorolliy IXSIIIIIS Ruclivl Augusovilz Mux Augustine Vcrnon liuclnnun ll0lIlCl' liuilcy llonulcl lgCllilIZlll L00 lionloy Irving lioullon Mzlry lioullon livzi Donn Brown GL-orgc liruyckci' .lolin liurns lVI:n'g:u'0l Clwm-y l':llfl0SS2l Currzul Page Seventy-four l':lIIl0I' Dcckci' XVLllll'I' Dougun llorolliy lilllcnloll Mzwjoric Frosl Kcnm-lli Gciclcnizln lilczuiorc GVCCIIC Allrvcl Gonclc-ck Gvrulcl Grillin Xvllllillll Grillilll Fcrnc llull l'lz1l'cly Lungslon llurolcl Mzirslon lVIo1'c-ditli Maison l'il'2lIIli lVlCC0l'llIlCli Ncllzulinc Moll Evelyn Nichols Violcl Parker Irene Rullihun Curl Rouln lVlllI'y Reynolds I f XXIZIITCII Slicclcy Forbes Sloan Cluii' Sniilli llzlrolcl Sinilli Hulpli Sniilli CliH'o1'cl Tcsko Olclliu Sllllllllil lVlilcl1'ccl Slzlrkc Iiclwurd Vander lVlzn'gzn'cl XVl1ile burg mlglffzxitlmf m..,,..,,,.v, Miss Everett's Advisory President Vice-President ..,sw Secretary Treasurer Senators ..,A.,. Margery Armstrong 'l'helnia Ausiuus Lee Babcock .lainie Bevilacqua Edith Ballard Anna Baran Irene Brown Lewis Brown Violet Cllillllllflll Everett Conrad Margaret Conrad Rodney Evans lidytha Feather OFFICERS .....Lee Babcock .,,.....,LC1lll Krinowitz ....,..lllllll0 Bevilaequa fi ffffiikii-L1iiiQ5""iii ROLL Annie Gogola Derl Hall .laines Kenny Phena Kingston Lena Krinowitz Lucille Mapes Catherine Margetls 'l'utt Donnabelle lVleGowan Lewis Monohan Annette Olaeh Harry Park XVarren Reynolds Herbert Rhea .....Lee Babeoek le, Lee Babcock George Rood Paul Rutter Margaret SClll'lll1llJf Harry Shedrow Larry Sherrick Robert Smith Helen Sleere Blaine 'llinunei' Harry Thurston Dorothy Tuttle Lydia Villwock Nina Young Page Seventy-ji 'ue 'Quin muffler ,!f,' f" .fy Miss Giles' Advisory OFFICERS President .s,,,,i,,,,,..i,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,.i,,.,,. Kenneth Dittmer Viee-President ,.i..,, ,.i,.,.. T olm Kiblinger Seerelary ,,..,.,...... ,,......i...,....,...,,... M ary McKay Treasurer ..,i,,, s....,.,,..........,,. C alherine Bowen Senators ..,,.. .,..., lv tary Durm, Ira Ostrander ROLL Lyle llachman Maurice lielding Catherine Bowen Allen liowerman Florida Brady Ruth liurgoyne Mary Cutting Earnest Dickson Sylvester Diekeson Kenneth Dittmer Thelma Dumont Mary Durm Page StZTJl'lIlj'-SfI- lilizabeth liaglestield Allen Findley Margaret Fisher .loe Frklieh Beulah Gorton XVilliam Gusha Floyd Hunziker .lolm Kihlinger Mary Meliay Earl Manehow Sylvia Mellette lvlarjorie Norris Iva Ostrander Evelyn Price Marion Shoemaker Claude Smith Florence Smith Catherine Thatehei Earl Unrue Clayburn Uselton Marion XValker Homer XVeiser Rosa NVesterfield X alle mtliilrr Miss lagefs Advisory 0lfFlCl4lRS Presicleut ,..ss..,,s,,s,.....,,,..w,....,..s..Y,.,Y,.. Ruth Seliullce Vice-Presitleut ....,.,...,..,....s.,....,,.,.s,.,,.., lilclou Rolfe Secretary aucl Treasurer ...s....,.w,,....,,s lilclon Rolfe Senators ...,,..w...,......,. Ruth Seliulke, Lester Logan ROLL llelen Rallarcl William Bevilacqua Dorothy Bright Eugenia Clinton Hortense Copley Clare Davis Carl Diekeson Lee Dittinar Hclwarcl Erickson Tony Frucei Marie Grahl Conrad Hansen Mary Hinkle Annabelle Jones Cyrus Kenney Kenneth Knott lVIauclie Laniber Ralph Laverty Myrtle Leggett Lester Logan Eva Mead Laurabelle MCD Guiula Miller Lucille Moore t onalcl Dorothy Morgri lge c Evelyn Moyer NVolfor1l Oltesou lflclou Rolfe Stella Schell Ruth Sehullie Milclrecl Smith Delhert Susan Audrey Tiuuner Bartley Treiuhle Herman XYelJster Gertrude NVeclel Richard XVise fy 1' ' , 1'- f fjf Page Scvmzty-A Elie Qlrzifler Miss Kline's Advisory OFFICERS President ,,,,,A,,,,,Y.v,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,..,....,,.... Mae Overcash Vice-President ..,s,,,..,,...............,,.,...,...... Fred Meyer Secretary and Treasurer ...,.,.,,,....,,.. Anna Forrest Senators .,w,.,.,A,.,,,Y,., Florence Rauft, Casper Burns ROLL Marjorie Baldwin Frederick Gondeek Charles Morehouse Lawrence Blake Shirley Ham NViluia Meyers Maxine Brown Casper Burns Evan Carrier Irvin Churchill Lee Cousins Richard Dill llaine Dittnier Keith Everman Royal Fletcher Anna Forrest Mary Frucei Leslie Carling Page Seventy-eight I Helen Hansen Donald Haslett Marian Hutsou Harold Johnson Arthur Johnson Fred Martinsen Mildred McConnell George Mclienzie Frederick Meyer Anna Louise Mochour linuua .lean Mahoney Ruth Moore Mae Overcash Lucille Putlioli' Florence Ranft Alene Redding Maxel Schulke Russell Schwartz Ada Sortare Leona Stiles Rose XVeinman Blanche XVilliams Alvin York Robert Ziinnierman A A mln: 'llzriilrvg H . ,fx Mrs. Lavendefs Advisory OFFICERS President ....,.,,.,.,..A,.,,.,..,,,....,. ,,,,..,., Phyllis Ennnel Vice-President ,,..,...,.,A...,..... ...,.... Donald NVinlacli Secretary ancl Treasurer ..,...,,..,.,.,...,...., Lena Rath Senators .,,..,,,,,,, Phyllis Ennnel, Donald NVinlacl: ROLL Lena Bath Merwin Reall Herbert Rowerinan Beatrice Brown Elmer Rurge Marian Crandall Myina Campbell Dorothy Cousins Bernard Dickerson Phyllis Ennnel Tony Frncci Charles Hyclorn Bernice Hanes Everette Hood 'l'hehna .lnrgenson Evelyn Jones Gladys .lohnston Rose lirajci Rerniee Luchtinan Russel Lanlbka Ray Layinan Catherine lN'larshall June Milhahn Edna Nickel Hazel Nieb Beatrice Norris John Olacli Horner Pierce l.ora Peters Ruth Roebeek Charles Rossow Percy Roseyear Burton Sehieh Reatriee Smith Esther Thompson l,aGraeia Ullary Arthnr Voglesang Rernease Van'l'nyl Frances Voke Robert XVaterson Laverne NYhite Donald NVinlack Page Sew: 4' i I fy 'ff 7 ily-nina The mniflnr Mr. M a1'kley's Advisory OFFICERS Prcsiclcill ,.,, ,.A. ,Y ,......,, ....,.,,....V.,,. I Iirginiu I'IZllICC Vice-Prcsiclvnl ., v..,..,. Veronica Brockllzlus Sccrvl:11'y .,,... .. ...,A. I Uorolliy I'l2lllllllO1lll 'l'1'cz1s111'c1' .,... ..,,,...... I Joris lVilIlTllSSCl SClIill0l'S .w... ,Y..,,,..,.., X fvroniczl l3l'0ClilI2llIS, Ivzl Avcry Rohorl Boone 0111 BOIIIICI' Voronicu Brockllzlus lilzmcli Brown Ailc-on CllllllJCl'lS0ll Rulh Cockrun Milclrccl Iluyllull' l.COIl1l Darling Dorollly I-Izlmmoucl Virginia Hzlncc Page Eighty ROLL RlCll2ll'll Hill Louisc l'llllJlI2ll'll Mclvin Islllll-IIIZIII Rzlnclolph Kenney Lois Lewis Donald lVl2ll'SlliIll liilly IVIcOmb01' I.z1u1'cn Nelson I-Iclon lJ2llll1Cl' IVI:11'ic Scllmccdcn Iilmo Shcmcly Rilllillllllll Kenney clorf Roland Smith Slcllu Susan XXlIl1Il"l'Cll Starr Doris VzmTz1ssel Lyle XVQIJIJCL' Jacob NVcbbe1' I'Iz11'0ld XVil1iuI11s Cecil YVils0n Truman XVolf01'd I ASTA! 1: muiflcaf Miss Morris' Advisory OFFICERS l,l'CSill0lll .,......,...,.,......,,...,....,.... NI2ll'Q2lI'l'i Margolls Vice-P1'0simlc11l .,,.,,,...,....r.,.r.rr. Cla111l1- ivkilillllgllllll SCc1'0la1'y and 'lil'C2lSlll'l'l' ,,,.,r Do1'oll1y NVOsscll1oI'l SCl11ll0l'S .r,,,.,, livcly11 Hoclmvck, I'l11gc11c G1'all1ol1l Bowcring aye B1'etscl111cicl01' Cl'00kCl' Clll' l is Dicki-11so11 Drckcr Elder Feather Finch eruou Gugnc Goslinc G1'atl1wol1l Grimes Harscx ROLL Fl'2lllCiS llarlsvll 130111111 IAZIIIQSUFII Mabel l,cacl1 Mc-rosv l,11ll1 Nl2ll'QZll'0i Margclls HdNVill'ii Mcliocl Claude Nlillillllgilli P1ay111011cl Millcr Paul c,Sll'2llNiCl' F1o1'c11cc Park Xxviiliiilll PCll'llSliQl Archie Phillips Q1Cl'illdiIlC P1'0s11all Maude Rcgoros ICVOIYII Robvck Lewis Rossow 'l'l1vl111a SIIOCIIIIIICUI' Hula S111ill1 Flo1'v11c0 S111ill1 Cl1a1'l0llc Swccl 'll-fldy Tccs Mary Tulllc l3c1'11aclQllo Van 'l'11yl FI'1ll1CiS NVcbbc1' Do1'0ll1y NYcss0ll10fl Verne NVilkc11 Ellllllll NV0lf Page Eigllly-one ally 1: Qizzfflcr Miss Schmidfs Advisory OFFICERS President ,...,,,.......,,....,,,....,....,....,,,....,. Hollis Moore Vice-President ...,,.,,,..,,..,...,,.......,. lVlarie Holloway Secretary and Treasurer ...e,....... Charles Brnycker Senators ..e......,,,...e Nita Starke, Charles Bruyoker ROLL Orville Adler Loren Babcock llerdena liehin NVanila Bidwell Minnie liosler Mildred lflowen Glen lirooke Charles liruyekei Thonias Cronin 'William Dawes llarry Evans Elizahelh Freed Page Eighty-Iwo Donnabelle llallield Marie Holloway Irina .lean lelulson Eleanor .lanch Fern Johnson Xvlllllllll lVladden Donald McConnell llollis Moore XVilher Moyer l.eo Ream Agnes Pmepp llenrietta Schultz llelen Seeley Frances Showers Ruth Smith Irene Spenner Nita Starke Dorwin Starke Frank 'llrimblc Richard Van Tuy Esther XVeaver Lois XVhite le 'lfflcr 5-lille El: Miss Spillefs Advisory OFFICERS President ,,.......,.......,,,,,,.,.......,....... Llarenec Moore Viee-l'1'esidenl ,.,, ,,,...,.......,., . lohn Marx Secretary ..,,...,,., ....,.,,... Dorothy Adains Treasurer .,,, ,,..,,..,,..,...,,...,. R ichard 'Williams Senators ..,...' , ..,..,,, l ,ueile 'l'iseh, Mervin Fink ROLL Dorothy Adams Robert Allen Robert Annes Myrtlc Avery Teddy Bath Olive Bosler Lynn Butler Nina Buleher Kathlyn Correll Esther Dunning Margaret Exner Mervin Fink Lester Finley l.eo Garlanger Evelyn Grillith Estlier Harhnan Elaine Hahn Alice Holloway Irina Lowery John Marx Clarence Moore Elizabeth Olaek George Peterson Eleanor Phillips Gladys Regenes Raymond Sehnk George Tiseh Lneile Tiseh Fayette Truesdell l.eVon XV2lllCl'S Ehner XVeaver 'K Richard xVllll1llllS Edith XVOIIICI' Hazel XVyant Irina Zinnner Page Eig lilly-I hrce ,Quit muffler iii Q 477' Miss Weunerblad's Advisory Prcsiflcul Svc rv l 21 ry 'l'r0z1s111'c1' Sona lors I'I0lll0l' B011-iillllill EICZIIIOI' Bl'llIll'l' Gvorgv Blll'L'il Colislzlmw C1':1wl'o1'cl Ililflzl Cl':nwl'ol'cl RuIJ01'l I,iiillH'l' Mario Frzlncis Louisv Ilzlyflcn Mz11'g:ll'0l IIoIT111:ln XVinil'rvfl Iloorl lic-nnclli Marlin Page liigllly-fmzr OFFI CERS ,.............,,. COIISHIIICO C1'2lXVf0l'li ,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Annc Tolmin Ililclzl Crzlwford ,,,,w.I,o11isv Iizxyclou. Clalrcncc Smith ROLL C2ll'Ulill0 Myvrs Culllvrinc' l'0:11's Cl2ll'2l Polcrs 'l'l':1y Holminson Clyclc Scl-lulwl' Marlin Schmifll Cl:n'0ncv Smilll Milclrcfl A. Smilll I':liNV2ll'il Sweet Floyd Slrzlllon Gzlylorcl Toskc Anno Tobin Rohn-rl Tulllc IVl:11'llm Vogolszlng Ilclcn Vosburg Isluzol XX7ClCh CliITo1'4l NVilkcns Roger NVo0d XVillis XX70Zllillk Brudly Zimmerman Mzxrizln ZillllllCl'lll2lll ?Y 4 gl1c U,Iz1ii1cr NVolI'ord Ulleson .Ioe Mairzizilzl Alice Seliailler Irving lfloullon Ferne I'I:xll Lee llulmeoeli Helen Brewer Irzi Oslrzinder Pxulli Drown .Ioe lVIzn':1zila1 Irving lioullon Ferne Iflnll Alice Selniller Lee Babcock, Vice Ira Oslrunder Wolford Olleson Ruth Selinlke May Overensli -Pres. The Senate FIRST SI'lMl'lS'l'I'lll Hnlli Selinllie l,neille Pnllioll' l,ee Slleller. Vice-l'res. Iillllll Nickel, See'y lizindolpli Kenney, 'l'rens. Veroniezi lgl'0ClilI2lllS Evelyn Roelmeek Diek lilder SECOND SlClN'll'lS'l'liIl Lziverne Fedore Phyllis linnnel Puindolph lienney. 'l'rezis. Veronien llroelcliuns. See'y Dieli lilder George 'l'1scl1 Evelyn Roebeek George 'l'isel1 l.neile 'l'iseli Charles liruyelier Mildred Bowen Louise Ilzlyden Clarence Sinilli l.0I'llil linger. Pres. Lawrence Seoll l.ueile 'l'isel1 Clizirles lirnyelier Nilzi Slzirlie Louise Ilziyden Clairenee Slnilli I.0l'll2l linger. Pres. l.2lNYl'CllL'0 Seoli Page Eigllly-fi ive like muffler .JUNIOR HIGH RASKE'l'BAI.l, 192-I-1925 r lilopfenstein tMgr.J, Sloan, Marazita, Hood. Shulke, Brand, VIIHXVIHQCII tCoaeh1 Forler, Beall tCapt.J, Ostrander, Conrad, Richards Junior High Cage Criticism A bright spot in Niles sports was the showing ol' the Junior High basketball team. They began a successful season by losing a elose galne to the Berrien Springs second team, a squad ot' considerably larger men. The next week the Edwardsburg five came to Niles only to receive a stift' beating. The Junior High stars then journeyed to Mishawaka but the opposing squad won by a 23-21 seore. Two weeks the defeat delivered them at Mishawaka by winning a preliminary game in double-quick time. Elkhart Roosevelt Junior High was the next scalp for the loeals to obtain. This game showed some speedy playing on the part of both squads. The Junior High baskeleers made the trip to Edwardsburg to play a return game with that village's reserve team and won by a score of 18-11. The Three Oaks took Niles across by running up a score in the first half. In the Elkhart Central Junior High game the Niles quintet eouldn'l loeate the rim, and Elkhart won 35-8. A week later we went baek to Elkhart to play on the same tloor, but this time it was to stack up versus Roosevelt Junior High. The t'Five Horse- men" displayed an altogether dilt'erent brand of basketball, and won in line style. The season was ended by a defeat at the hands of the Berrien Springs Varsity. later Niles avenged Page Eighty-six WW -va.-ilik-mlgn 1'd'jfz1fi1cr The Isle of Chance By Olis Curringlon J . . , llIl101' High School Glue Clubs ,QA,,,.,,.,,,,,,.,,,.,,,..,W ,,A,,,,,, IV lay 19, 1925 CAST G1'CCCl-H1113 Ol' U10 Isle Oi' CIIZIHCQ '..,.. ..l, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 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' November 211. .Mr. Zabel held forth on the poor Seniors for one and a halt with an intelligence test. The results were not pub- December 2. Mr. Crawford addtessed the Senior lligh on "l'low, and XVhere to Obtain Dates". l'le seems very well informed on ice . December 12. The Seniors gave a play, "Clarence", XVeren't and Alice cunning? They quarreled so naturally. December 211 to January 5. Christmas vacation. The students ocked out of the building amid tearful protests and pleas to con- classes during the holidays: but Mr. Crawford tirmly refused and were forced to depart for ten whole days. January 23. Wie beat Buchanan 19-0. January 31. NVe beat Mishawaka 15-12. 1VFebruary ti. Sturgis tthey are champions ot' Class lit beat us 17 to J. ebruary 13. The Seniors gave a party on Friday the thirteenth. No, nothing happened except that the party was a huge success. February 2+l. Gracious, I wish they'd be more quiet upstairs. "The Belle of Barcelona" is being given and I certainly wish they'd get mufflers for their bells. lflow do they expect a bird to sleep? March 5. More excitement! There was an oratorieal contest. Lydia wouldn't let me go but they orated so loud that I heard it all. Marvin Harger and Deane Eager took tirst and second places and in the Declamatory contest Sher. Cook and Bernadette Van Tyle won. March G. Our last home game. And St. .Ioe won 38-21. Oh, well, nothing matters now. tTears, snillles.J March 12. 'Nother contest. This was spelling and we won twice. Oh, we'rc pretty fair, pretty fair. March 13. The district tournament eame otl' today. Our jinx was present and we played the tirst game with St. .loe. But we only gave them seven ioints. March 27 to April ti. Spring Vacation. XVe didn't really want it, but we thought the faculty needed a rest, and we do try to be thoughtful of their comfort. April 6. Mr. YValker awarded the basketball sweaters and there was clapping for hours and hours. And Sonny Clark got a silver loving cup for being the best individual player. Of course he was a little dis- appointed but he stood it bravely. Q April 16-17. Bill Mathews and his boys had a "Band Bounce". XVe asked him to elucidate, and he said it meant you bounced with laughter all the wa ' home! May The Juniors gave "The Charm School" tonight. No, it has .no connection with us. It's an l.I1lllgl'lll1I'l1 place. - June 5. Commencement day. I dont think the Senior class are as cheerful as they lookg but I can only say "Goodbye, and don t do any- , thing I wouldn't do." Page Nine! y-one E132 mnffler Q o ,:. fra P- 2 ' , 'N ' bf U' X ' rf X? 7 Q .-R, 1,3 R f 1 .. Q ,J Y Eg' k ' ' :LSI ' -7- .LLL A OUR New 'Pv.lwclDaL. Qnmweyoldfat-ld "' ' ASOHLON PCJRQDQUV ,, The Una-vc-and Wngvw 5 Lf: 'V I H' . . 2 'Q , fa 'STE " - L .- i 2 3:9 Q4 i ,Eifaf i 1" ' ff ' ig 2 f X W : VT, U f if N . i My F 1 'Nil a . , 5 E V 2 1 ' , A 1 ' ' 1, - p i i A 3 V H+ -'-Q, J ' ' ,.', I 1 i - 1 E 'Q 4 J- Q . Q -.ag ix. . 1 4 ' J. W X 1 M,rng's,s,wg.a. "B.m.g K . 1 Y - ..i ,r . , ' 1 . - . L ,, ' u f 1 L -- - , ,. ,,.,., ,. , . W In-4 K ni, if,. A ' ,nun cavmum- oemoswnmjwefsi li 2 .gd 5 P iii! V ' 'grew--, f: mal' A P.. 1 5.'jf',ff-R-5:-Q' U .J -,., :hz 1 .n :EE .. 9?-'SW' g :J.'fru ' 'M W K ' mf' :gal x PI--, ' W X f Q xiirff' '. ,Qkfir I V --' l BASKE T-BALLCHRNP5 - "2 if I 4 .Q V 4 n flu YNTHE, ncnbon. GRIND V , v.1fQ1.fE1"-.3 . 4 ' Page lvillffj'-11L'0 Q mln: Ulznfflcr Who's Who ln N. l-l. S. I Bccausc ol' thc-supcrahundancc ol' cclchrcs in our Nilcs lligh School, twas dccmcd advisaiblc lo volc hy hallol on thc honors lo hc awardcd. Pal Lagom was justly clcclcd lhc hcst alhlclc, haskclhall. loolhall, and track living numhcrcd among his achirvcmcnls. Oflcoursc lhcrc is always somc hclovcd scholar who chcrishcs a drag with thc. lacully, and it was agrccd that lloh llurns caplurcd all titlcs along llns lmc. t Our Firpo XVcavcr was duhhcd thc school's most popular sludcnl. fD1d we say sliulcnlfn-cxcusc us, wc mcanl mcmhcrj As cvcry faculty has an avcrsion as wcll as a pct, llohcrl llicc was volcd lo this honorahlc position. NVc cxpccl grcal achicvcmcnls lwcnly ycars from now, Bob. ln our school lhcrc arc ht-autics and hcaulics, hul llohcrt liurns look thc prizc. CSomc onc carncd somc moncy.j To Harry Gross and llogcr lVlallix is awardcd lhc prizc lor lhc pcr- sons having thc most cxallcd opinion ol' lhrir own pulchritudc. Upon our Vclma Kiblingcr, thc fcmininc hcauly ol' thc school. wc also bcstow a prizc, and as hcr lhoughls also run in thc dircction ol' hcr own lwauly, wc havc givcn hcr lhc rcward for thinking shc is lhc mosl bcaulilul. Poor YVally Slick moons so much that hc was unanimously clcclcd the most lovcsick. Alicc Platt was choscn thc social light ol' thc school, as no onc as yct has been ablc lo discovcr just what this lillc may moan, thc prizc is living wilhhcld. ll was dccidcd that NVinnic lvlcrrill dccmcd hcrsclt' thc school's so- cial lirfhl. Go lo il, XVinnic, wc'd just as soon think wc wcrc onc. as hc onc. Allcr much carcful considcralion thc sludcnl hotly arrivcd at thc conclusion that Sheridan Cook was our higgcsl hlull'cr. b Hvcrv school has somc onc pcrson who works thc hardcsl. our's is Dcano Eager--Oh you "A's"l ! To our cvcr happy Gcrald NVright wc award thc prizc carncfl hy thc "lJcsl nalurcd' pcrson in school. 'lihc lillc ol' "May l Borrow" was givcn lo l,awrcncc licnclrick. our biggcst spongcr. Clihcrc wasn'l any compclilion, licndrick. you had il all to 'ourscllfj llilrry Gross' opinion ol' his lnusical almility took thc prizc. .lolmny Wlcavcr ncvcr could lcarn lo hold his tonguc. 'l'hcrcl'orc wc duh thcc "Frcsh0sl". Firp. Chccr up, though, John, thcrc arc olhcrs ol' thc masculinc gcndcr who have your failing. Howcvcr, Lawrcncc licndrick is morc iuclincd lo criticism, lhcrcforc dccmcd lhc school's worst crab. Thc faculty must bc thankful to havc onc pious mcmhcr, Lcslic XVilson, in our midst. And last but not lcasl thc school clown, Earl Picrcc. Forgivc us. Dick! Il said most comical, but lhcn whal's thc dillcrcncc. Ptigr .Yi71t'fj'-HIITL' Elle lllfnttler Jokes NVE NVON DER- Does .Ioe Camp? Yes, at 502 North Fifth Street. ls Leo Weiser? Yes, "every day and in every Why does Mary Eleanor Moon? What did you say, Scotty? What does Gwendolen Reed? Sh-h-h-Whiz B2lIlg-Sllllllll- Is Helen Wilder? Yes, they say Niles High has made her so. Is Donald Brown? No, half-baked. NVill NVallaee Stick? We wonder, it's a long, long trail to Alabama. Does Sheridan Cook? No, he has Thelma Cook. Is Julia Shure? She was once, but the occasion can- not be recalled. Why did Ernest Repine while attend- ing the "Belle of Barcelonan? ls Doris Eager? Yes, but unfortunately only for jazz. NVas Gerald XVright? Yes, the right kind of a yell leader. Does Dorotha Geideman? Yes, a man from N. D. Has Mary Sophia Power? No, they say that belongs to the Board of Control. Does Henry Towar? No, l1e's not tall enough. Does Art Pfeil? No, he knocks. - The Tuttlcr- Miss Schmidt Cin Public Speakinglz "Why don't you use that book you went after?" Doc Giddings: "I ean't find anyone to use it on." Page Ninety-four wa y "- the absence of John YVeaver'S, pictu but the Editor-in-Chief wouldn't let have it. However, we here respectfull present a ballad by Mr. Vlleaver. THE XVALLFLOVVER I go to parties and concerts and ball: But what joys are there in these? For all I do is stand around And try to look at ease. We wish, at this time, to apologize fo r u Oh, I'm a shining wallflower, illuring thc dances gay I hopelessly stand by and glower .-ind watch the dancers sway. When il is time to start for home .-Ind the dancers all depart, I'n1 always left behind-alone! For the rest-it's just a start! Oh, I'm a shining wallflower, I 1111170117 any fun .-ind I'm just about as useful As a chorus singing mum. Oh, 1'm a shining IUIIIIHOIUCT, How I wish that I could sing .-tll sorts of funny little songs Not quite the proper thing. The young men come,' the young men go But I remain the same, I never tried to make a show I never was quite game. Since when? -The Tattler-H NOTICE! Come to us for all the news and be under obligations to no one. Mr. Stewart's Advisory. We do business collectively and sepa-- rately. -The Taltlcr- Miss Allen tin American Historylz "I understand that in England the high- wiiys don't cross tI1e railroad tracks at' al ." Lois Lamberton: "No, the tracks' cross the highways." 1 - The Tultler - t 5 . Aleta Ostrander fin English-speak-4 ing of balladsbz "My meter is all right but I haven't any reputation." A Qllgc Qlattl cf TIIOSIE Sl'INIOlt CIIRLS Oh, the .lunior girls are stulming But they're not the ones for me lt's the Senior girls entraneing NVith whom I best agree. Oh, there's Dorotha with the eurls 'I'here's Lueille with wilehing glauee, And sweet lieatriee, my neighbor, And Mig who sure can danee. Oh, Iisther and Aliee see me not Turned are their faees west. Iiileen and Irma my eharms ignore But l've been eoutent with the rest. 'l'here's slim Muriel Iluntly NVho eau both sing and smile. And Thelma Cook, whose winsome look Did ever my heart heguile. There are the sharks, who help me In seienee, math and Lat Louise, Mary, Iluth and Ceorgiabelle XVho now will leave me tlat. And oh, there are the still-waters Those quiet girls and deep. Blanche, Marguerite, Veua, Ilelen, Kath- ryn Who look before they leap. 'l'here's silent haekward Aleta, And sober Winifred, And Attila Fay, who sure ran play. Ruby with elever head. Oh there's Irene who draws me And Daisy who rubs me right Lois Lura, Alva, Leah, Ida May All do my eyes delight. Oh the .lunior girls are stunning But with them I never play. It's the Senior girls whom I adore, And they are going away. XVritten by-A Diseonsolate .lunior The King of the Illaek Curls -The imrlvfg Definilion of the nge of f11I0Iesee11cc.' -when lhe girl begins lo powder and the boy begins lo puff. --Thr TuHIcr- Miss North: "Is I-Iarriet Skalla here toclay'?'t Dorotha G.: "I don't hear her." - Thr Ttzlller - Miss Lawton: "Do you Iind those notes a trifle high?" Firpo: "I haven't found them yet." S'I'UDIiN'I' MO'I"I'OliS I will wear all my clothes at least onee a NVt'0li.4hVlIlIlI0 Merritt. The turkey eoek swells up and why should not I?-f-lloger Mattlx. -Thr TuHI1'f-- Doe Ciddings tin the eonfusion of the seeond hour Public Speaking elasslz "Wait a minute, be quietl-Miss Sehmidt wants to think." - -- Thr Trllllrr fg Ilarold Logan treading Lord's Prayer in Latinl: "Does 'amen" mean good- bye?" - - The Tuttle'- llob li. ttalking about Senior playlz "I have to play 'llere Comes the Bride' on the piano." -f Tm' 1'f111l.-ff! Miss North: "Name the genders." liarl Clark: "Masculine and femi- nine. 'I'he maseuline are divided into temperate and intemperate, and the feminine into frigid and torrid," fTln' Tt1lllt"- Bill Mathews fin Social Problemsl: "lf priees were raised we would wear the elothes we have longer but would Iinally reaeh the limit." W- Thr Trllller- Mutt Stowe tat the Glee Club Playlt "Muriel lluntly lostx her teeth shifting gears on a lolly-pop.' -The TuHlrv-- llid you ever know , A high sehool student ' NVho sutlered from insomnia At eight o'eloek in the morning? - Tm- 1'.nflf-f- llarold Logan ttranslaling Virgillc "And he loved his friend so mueh, that he gave him his own wife in marriage." Anita Visel: "That docsn't sound as if he loved him much." --Thr 'I'uIllrr- Mr. Hrandsmark: "Now if you went home and told your mother and father that if something happened to the sun, we would still get its light for eight minutes, they would say you were erazy'?" Henry Towar: "My father has told me that lots of times." Mr. Brandsmark: "What'? That you were crazy YQ!! Page Ninety-ji11c ally: 1 Hitler TO WIIOM IT MAY CONCEIRN. I dcsirc to 11-1-1111111101111 Miss 'll2IllJlII'llS l.at1n I-ran1111at11'al N1-rvv Pills. Aftcr using lll0III tivo tinivs a wcuk for two and OIIL'-llillf y1-ars I had 2lIIlIJlL' iivrvc to drop thv t'UtlI'S0.-ll0lJ0l'l Burns. 3 T111' Tulllrf f As long as tlu-rc is an Opportunity of looki11g aftcr Otht-r pt-oplc's atl'airs Our watc-hword is "l5VUI'5'l10Ilj'lS l111si- 111-ss Cl1c01't'11lly lookvd aft0r," W0 can fllI'IllSll information o11 tllly- ona-'s pvrsonal tIlll2llI'S. lI'lllIl Loveland ,,,....,,....,,,..,,,, 1kCClllllIIlIIl0I' Ruth l'llItlSOII..SlJl'02lCl4'I' and l'lXtlQQl'I'2llOl' Maxinc Showt-rs .,...,...,,.,,,... COI'I'0lJOI'1Il0I' Doris liagcr ...,..,,.,,...,, 'llI't'1ISllI'0I' ot' Facts F-T111 r111111f-- Anyone furnishing thc Farulty witl1 thc naincs of at lcast thr1'1- rvliahlc Matr1111on1al Burcaus will hc 1-x1'us1'd fI'0Ill 1-xains, -T111 1'11lll1'fi 'Tis 11l'11i'l' 111'111'1' 111 l111111' lo111'1l 1111111 111 1111110 l0111'1l 111111 l0N1+!jOl1I' l111111c1'11ll. frm 1'1111l1-1- ' X Alcta OSlI'IlIIIl0I'I ullllllxll you don't sound the C?" Mr. Mathews: "Noffit's silcnt like tho 'o' III l1al1y."' gT111' T111111'f- l,ylv tliddings ttranslating Fl't'lIi'lIlI "ll1s pa11ts stopped at thc' liII00.,, M1111 T111111-fi .'t11111g 1111- .Vll'4'l'l sl11' p11ss1'11 so 110111 .So l1I'l'111l, 1'IIllI'IIIll1!I, 111111 so s1111'1'l, .It 111111'1' s11p of 11 girl. T11 x1'1' 11118 g11'l 11111s 1111il1' ll 1l'l'1l1, 11111 ll 111111111111 111'1'1 1lisl111'111'1l I11'1' f1'1'1 'T11r11s ll lIIl'1'l' slip of ll girl. 1 V 1111- 711111, -1-- Miss North: "Who is making tl1at awful gurgling sound? G1-orgr Platt: "I tllll, lllll just lI'yllIQ to swallow th1- hnv you'r1- giving us." 11 ' A M. lluntly Qwatching Roh Burns chcw Lfllllllf 'nlllllt 1-xprt-ssion Ull yo11r farc- rvininds nn' ol' onc' of our rows out ll0IIIL'.', Bohr "Docs thc 1-ow look llllitlglll- l'ul'?" Muriel: UYt'Sf-lllllllli thv Ullly ditl'cr- l'lIL'C.l, --1111 711111.-fi Iohn XVI-:lvl-1' taftrr IIlL'tlll2llllILL upon thu noiss- thc radiator was Illtllilllgll "l.ist1-n to thc' radiator t'rying!" -ff l'l11' T1l11l1"'4 l.IlXYI'l'lll'l' KCIltlI'lCli 1to Miss North i11 linglish rlassl: "XYhy do thry ncvd il watch dog at tht- gatv ot' llaflvs? Any- hody can gvt in, c'an't thoy?" f T111' T11Ill1'1'f 'l'h1' t'ollowi11g is wl1at a slnart young SOIJlIOIIIOI'l' ll'IIl'II0ll i11 Sunday S1-hool and wrotv OII an English cxa111-"Tl1c rivvr Styx is tht- on1- tl1at Ihr lsravlitcs 1-rosscd 'in going to tht' proinisa-d land." NV1- SlIli'i'l'l'lj' hopt- that nonv ot' thcm got lost or drowned o11 thc way. f g lillr T11Ill1'1' -- llvnry 'l'owar: "Goo, that's a lo11g I1-sson. You know, all work tlllll no play lII1llil'S.ltli'li a d11ll l1oy." Mr. Brandsinarkz "You 1-vidt-ntly work all thc llIlIL', ll1'nry." --T111' T11!!l111'-- 'l'hvhna Cook tin Puhlir Spcakingl: "W1- havu witl1 us again thu oystvr." - - Tilt' 11111111-f Miss North: "John NVQ-avur is too 1'o111fo1'tal1l1- to havv a thought on his llllllil. Mr. llrandsniark fdisvussing 1'l01'tri1'- ily in physirs rlassl: "'l'hv 1'oil has tl 1 . - ,-1 tll2lIIIl'll'l' ot lXVt'lIlX C'L'llllllIl'lt'I'5. lioh Burns: "No, it hasn't! 'lllll' radius of thv roll was lll rin. --TII1' T1lll11"'4 l11'1111'111l11'1', iI's lI11' l'll1'11l 11i1'1l 111111 1'1111'l11's ll11' 111o1'1111 lllllll 1111111Is ll 111111-11121 1 1 I 1 ' l ' 2 l'11g1: 1W111'1y-xix The Senior I. I am a claughlcr ol Alma IVIalcr Aufl lhc class ol' '25 I pass lhrough lhc floors ol' lhcsc lhrcc lloors I'm cliaugccl hul no ouc knows why, For aflcr four ycars ol' laughlcr aucl lcars Iu lhc arms ol' olcl Nilcs Iligh I'vc comc lo kuow lhc scusc ol' l'cars NVhcu callcfl lo lhc ollicc ou high To auswcr for uolcs. gum-wiappiugs aml hoals YVhiQh lloal lhrough lhc lurhulcul air I mlou'l kuow why hul I always gcl hy XVilh a scolcliug aull promisc lo carc Il. V w f . lhal harll hcarlccl Lahcl. wllh worcls lhal arc ahlc 'l'o can you or gcl you hy llrags you hy I'orcc wilhoul rcmorsc 'l'o his llcu wilh a grumhliug sigh. llcrc you arc askcll, la lcrrihlc lask 'I'o auswcr wilhoul a groauj XVhy you wcrc lalc. Cyou kuow lhc I'alc Ol' lclliug him you wcrc al homcl. Il's lols ol' l'uu lo lcll him lhc ouc lhal lhc clock was an hour hcluucl. liul lakc my allvlcc auml shill lhc clicc llclorc hc looks al lhc lllllll. III. 'l'hcrc arc mauy lhiugs Iirsl. which arc rcally umch worsc lhau lhal lcrrlhlc man callcfl Ikc. llc rcallv can smilc. aucl 1l's yciv worlh wlulc To sccijusl whal il is likc. D , llc s surc lols ol lun whcu you gcl him among A huuch ol' lhc Scuior class. llc can Aiokc. hc can kill, ol' lhal I'rowu hc is rill Anil hc smilcs al lhc olhcrs who pass. llc has a gooll ualurc. lhis mau ol' such slalurc Aml ol'lcn hc pauscs lo lalk XVilh lhc vcry woisl sluclcul. aull lhc ouc lhc mo'al prullcul :Xml somclimcs willi him lhcy walk. IV. I' rom all I hayc rcall. Succcss is ahcaml XYilh uolhiug hul mcmorics hchiull. llul iu all ol' my lil'C. llu'ough plcasurvs aucl slrifc I'll ucycr lhc happiucss liull 'I'hal wc hacl iu lhis school. always hrcakiug lhc rulc Aucl wrcckiug lhc lcachcrs' liycs. So as a claughlcr ol' Alma Malcr Aucl lhc class ol' '25 XYc shall givc lhrcc chccrs for lhis placc so clcar As from lhcsc floors wc go To halllc aucl slrifc. cach lo liyc his owu lil'c ,Xml ovcrcoluc all of our focs. NY. Ml-2iuu'l"r. Pligr Nim Late Plays and Their Stars Outward Bound ,.,...11.,Y . .. ...w. ......,.... -.,f- ff ---,--- - - - --- - Applesauce ..,,,,...Y, , -'-- Seventh Heaven ..,....,,.,,,,,. ,..,..,. ..,, '--'-- They Knew XVhal They NVanle1l ,Y., ---,', XVho Knows ? .,,,,..A,,,.., ---,-- NYhal Priee Glory? ,,,4Y, The Last Slraw ...,..,, The Show-Off ,.,... ww-g- Meet the XVife .,,., -fVf- XVlllfCXVllSllCll w....,, Conscience ,...,,, .e.,f De Populis Liberis Senior Class Mr. Zabel Lyle Girlclings Irma Lovelancl Eileen Behrens Bob Burns Sheridan Cook "Bunny" Marsh Henry 'l'owa I' NYallaee Slick 6'Peg" Nemelh Don Brown And why shoulcln'l I in lhe sweel spring lime. XVhen lhe hircls are coming and lhe air l,ie on my hack in a pieluresque llale Anil he lhe hero ol' a lllClll0Vlll lale? NVhy can I nol dream all clay in school? l,illle l care il' you lhink me a fool: For in my clream. l'll lincl recompense l'll he happy, lllougll you lliinli me clense. lwanl lo enjoy llns llllllllllllll llle .lusl lel me mlo wha! l wanl lo flo. l'll leave lhe ll2lI'llSlllIJS anal lahor lor you. XVliile you are loiling :mil working away, lancl my lll0llQlllS will lluilcl caslles ol' clay sublime, Free from lhe cares lhe worries lhe slrife. V Anil il' lhe wind comes and lakes lliem from me, l'll huilcl anolher way flown in lhe lee. I expeel lhal harsh winll lo lleslrov my dream As lhe sun sleals away lhe hrighl moon beam: Bu! unlil il comes lel my hearl he lighl For all loo soon is our llay lurnecl lo night Page Nim'ly-aight -eeS. Cooic. Qellow Students Jw OOD WlLLf ftl1at'5 what om' Merchants and I11du5t1'ies are extending to you, and to us, on these remaining pages. Dmft miss a page, for these people merit YQUR QOOD WILL, VGWHE ,STA FF. +-..-..-..-..- -.-..-..-..- - ------I-ir .g.-'---M- -H--M-"H-""-""-l'-"'-"'-n"- I i I I i I HARPERS 1 Knauf Bros. I I I i I ' E jewelers, Silversmiths and Diamond 'F I rl Merchants Z E i I . I ' I Hlgh GTUCIE WUICII and Artist Supplies, Boxed Gifts, I Jewelry Repflifing I Fancy Stationery, Party Favors, I Dennison Goods and Dflice - I I s 1- , I We carry a complete line of upp les I Watclues, jewelry, Diamonds, H S qhl W., C l I Clocks and Silverware. Scatter um me ffl byntrzrtq : I : CU7'cISI, I ' I I H I : I : 1 Phone 918 5 I 207 Main st. Phone 119 ' u . 2 I 220 Main St. Niles, Mich. Niles, Michigan. I . :,.-..-..-..-..-..-..-.-..I-..-I.-...-,.-,..I 4..- .... - - -..M -...-..I-.,.,-....- -, -I- ,!,l-sllv inv in 1- Tp l1TTtT ,.l, i I,I, L. hu T?TlTTi , lili mt HT' I I I DRUGS soDAs I I BER ARDS I NILES' LEADING DRUG STORE I I F 414 High Street We Are just As Near As Your Phone I I I CANDY KODAKS fg..-..-......-...-..-..- -.- - .. - -, - - - - - - -1-.ti-1-I., Pugr' Om' Ilmzrlrrrrl ,.....u1.,...... ,H -qi..- .1 ...-lm-,,,,1.m1,.., 1141-11 1 -. 1 .. 1 -,,......, 1. Compliments of THE BRGADWAY MARKET Madden S. Taylor 998 Broadway Phone 388 T' -E--i..-u,.- -...- - .....-..- -.- ... ' l l 1 T l . I . T l 1 : l l . 5 1 ' l - I - I l i ! . I l I l i l ' I - i i 2 ' l : I l : I . I + + Mother's Bread Made hy NILES BAKING COMPANY Phone 46 Niles, Michigan NHLES DAHLY STAR You will find all of the local news with the best ofthe nation's happenings every night in the Daily Star. Goes into 97921 of the homes in Niles. Read the Local News in the Daily Star Pugi' Om' Hand 11 O 1 ,H i,,,,1i1T ...-.Han Gompliments of R!KixCHl1igrE1 H11 .N!H1L1LSHI111'rO0Ill1ll Qioo LXHEICS, lxlElCHlig2J'l.l1 -i- i -.r -.nu 1' Q I I 1 I 1 l I I .! 1 Q I I E E E I I i 1 I i II-uII,u, 1 1 ..I- , -611,1-. HERFF f IoNES COMPANY ,W Designers and Manufacturers of School and Fraternity Jewelry E Jewelers to the Niles High School NASH LEADS THE XVORLD IN MOTOR CAR VALUE AS N eg Nrarsum MUIEUHU ompdny 117 Sycamore Street - , Telephone 392 I IL O If' IIIIIIIIITI! 7"Iuu III.. Dr. G. Brodie Dentist 'DJ 'J Over the C. Penny Store North Second Street KLD la Niles, Michigan 1,,,,11111 1111 11.1.1.1- .-.W1 1.11111 1 1.1 1 1...i 1,,,.1,, -W-.i...1 1.1 1 1 1.1. 1.1......1.... Hatch Garage Phillips SL Smith, Proprietors Garage cmd General Repairs General Cowl Tires 199 South Second Street Niles, Michigan Gompliments of Niles Steel Tank Cot I . 1 1 1 1,.1 1..-.--11.1.-1.4.1 1,..1....111111..1-.-- Page Om' Hinidwd Th ---. . ----.. ...-I+ Q....-I-uu-uu1uu- 1 - 1 1 - 5 I I : . - l Compliments of l 112g I 2 - 2 I DR. GEG. I. VETTER "D . 2 I Dentist i R Y Refrigerators Phone 441 I i ' fbi' all K Purposes fs fs I I 0 I.: I.: 5 E L D77 I : warm Bldg. j I 5 Refrrgerator Go Niles, - - Michigan Niles, MICMSHU - I I 'i -..... - -'........-....- I.-...H-.f. qw- ..I. -...- r-rm-H-u-.-m--u-I- --.- I-. 1....1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1......,..,1....1,,,,1 1 1 1 -- 1,1 1 1.1 1 Why Not 1-lafue Your Repair Work Done at S tefuens Brothers? We are prepared to do all kinds of repair work on any make of engine. The quality of work is high and the PRICE is reasonahle. Headquarters for Gabriel Snubbers, Mobile Oils and Goodrich Tires. STEVENS BRGTHERS GARAGE 302 North Second Street Phone 823 t O 1111 1 W1 1' om' IH' F111 '-"-"-'-""'-"T 'E' . r i ACME 5 i i i ELECTRIC Co. 2 i i l i l Home of the HABCH Waslmer 2 i I : 5 l Electrical Contractors i l i l 110 South Second Street 3 l Phone 929 2 l .l 1 ..., .. .-.- ,-,,..- ---- i...-....-.g. 4... ..i..1...,1 1.101 1 Paul Revere Dicln't Ride A Merry-QofRou'itl He was on his high horse to get going and he picked out rho lastest horse in the Revere stahles. Good moral here for the man needing new clothes for the Fourth. You've no time to s entl on a dark P horse-or a tleatl horse you want a suit in a hurry hut you tlon't want a hurried lit-you want to reap the varieties rivht oil the hatfbut ou iw - Y elon't want to tr on an' foul halls. Y l That's why this is truly your store f lvecause we're alive -awake--'we have the merchandise' ewc have the values and wc're rarin' to go! Ralph D. King Clorlrier, Tailor mul Halvertluslier Niles, Michigan ,.,.1 1.1 1 1 1...1 .....-......,.1.i..... 1i.... 1 1 1 1 1 1.1.1 1 1 1..1ii-.1 Vlllllirce Niles Qity llgaunlla lwll'ET1lili1llDiPH' lPl1CiLll1Gll"iYLll lR'BSCH'lYP vSySll3BH3il If you do not scwe your own money, somebody else will, cmcl if you clonlt get the SAVING HABIT in your youth, you nefver fwill. Pugi' Om' 11lllltIll'A'LI' Fi ...ini....in.,-,.-.,,.1,.,,1,...-.,.,,-,..- .. 1 -.-,...-.-uu---1---"-'- ni-11 -...Q .. .. .. Truust Bruthers Corupllete Home Furnishers Furniture? Steves und Rugs Four Complete Floors 110-112 NORTH SECOND STREET TELEPHONE No. 111 NILES, MICHIGAN 4,OIll1S .-.ru--m- ---- ------ -.N-.,,,,1,.,!. I I . . I I EIGCKTIC SCTVICS I C o m p an y I : 2 I ll .. Electrical Contractors I T 'IA11 EIectric Home . ,, I 2 Means I-Iuppmess I I 2 I I I so5 Mum sf. Phone 500 I I .-. .II. -...u-1,- I... -.- -.I-W-....W....I..-.......g. 1.II........ .1.1....1...1 1 1 1 1 .1u...mI...uu....w.... AMERICAN CLEANERS "We Dye for Others, IXfe'II Dye fbr You." Prompt Service Phone 124W 204 North Second Street ,!.....r..-..-...,-..... -....-., 1...-...I-...- -.- ANIDSMANI Cgfyome of Hart ScIIs1aIHIIner Sz, Marx CIotI'nes TELEPHONE 899 225 E. MAIN STREET NILES, MICHIGAN Page Om' Illmdrcd S I1 -14.11uI.1u..1uu1uu-.....1..1-..1..1..1 1..1.,1..1...1..1 1..1,.1,,1..1.,1,,1. F. A. Reynolds Hardware Phone 460 '39 209 Main Street Niles, - Michigan 1..1...1.1 1 1.1...1i1..1.1.1..11 1.1.1- 1..1...1...... 1 .....1 1 1...1..1.......iw....1 Compliments of Cffflmej Kmpiera Cfivheatref Niles, Michigan 0 Il 1 ll 1,11 ---- 1.1.1i11..11 1 1 1 ...I..u.1-1-I1.1.1....W1-.11n.-1...1.u1.n1--1..1....1 Hot Hainhurgs and Barbecues "They Fill That Gap" Other Lifesavers: Pie, Pop, Milk and Coffee always on hand. Hon-sr De HAMBURG Opposite Riviera Theatre .1 1.1i.1u1.1 1.1-.1..11 11111111.11 1 1 1 -....1,.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11,1 11,11 Compliments of Uriginal Cabinet Corporation Post Qjflee Equipment Niles, Michigan 1 1 1 1 1 ,-.i.i11 1i..1.,..1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 ....N- 1 .... ..,....,..,..,.,.....1 1 .. 1,.,.1,..i. q W' 5 726 0 2 21 SPECW' Makers of Wire and Steel Hardware Specialties and Folding Toy Furniture Quality and Service has made the Reddick name world known. We supply both domestic and export trade. Michigan Wire Goods Company Nll.ES, MICHIGAN 1iii1, 1,,..1....1...1.,.1,,,.1,...1,,,.1.,,,1 1,.,.1n..- FRED D. COOK Real Estate Dealer '23 Every transaction is on the level. '23 Friday Building Phone 1417 NILES, - - MICHIGAN 1.,..1,.1 1 .1 1 1 1 1...1..1 1 1.-- --n1u.1-.1191 ,,,,1u inslim-nniln1nl1ln-nn1nn1u1nT "e9XCay L,ife's Greatest 6fBoon.s I Cdfealtla i Jalwayscflttend fyou, '25" 1 I l i-W 1 C? I l l Max A. Kasler, D. C. Friday Building 128 S. Second Street 1 Q Phone, Ojfcc 1036Q Residence 1061-V27 .-...-...-..i-..- -..-..-. - - ... .-..-..-.i. -rm 1111111 l-- 1 1.11 11'-H1011 l l MW I l Qlorlerq Hotel I . I We make a specialty S of Sunday Chicken Dinner. '23 : l fl-elepllone No. 63 l 412 High Street +n-n- -, -,,-,,-,,,.,,-,......-..-..-..-,.- Page One Hundred .Yin l -1- ATION wins f4NINSTITUT'oN -""" qncorporshd- -1 571DEPAR.Tl'IENT STORES uantity Buying Which Assures You Lowest Prices our 571 Department Stores, last year, sold enough hosiery to place a pair on the feet of every man, woman and child in New York, California, Missouri and South Dakota. Enough knitted underwear for a suit for every in- habitant of the states of Oregon, Iowa and North Carolina. Nearly enough handkerchief! for every man, woman and child in Texas. A coat or dress for every woman and young miss living in Oklahoma and Nebraska. Shoes enough for all the feet in Arizona, Colorado, ldaho, Kansas, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, North Da- kota and Utah. A shirt for every man in Ohio, South Carolina, Wash- ington and Wyoming. A pair of overalls for every man in lndiana and Tennessee. A suit for every man and boy in New Mexico. A yard of muslin and sheeting for every woman in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi and Pennsyl- vania. A yard of gingham for every woman in Kentucky, New Jersey, Wisconsin, Virginia and West Virginia. A yard of percale for every woman in lllinois and Louisiana. ln considering purchases from us you should rc- mclnber that in our buying power you have a mixing fm-mfr that means the leaving over a period of a year of many dollars in your purse. s'i"T"" ng: Om 1IlHII1'l'!7ll Tau ..i..-,m..:,f- ....,...... - - - ..-,,n- ..,.,.-wg. Glriropraetie for Cyfealtlr 'OJ KJ L A. HALL, D. C. KY? fl' EV'ffYS5l:YfTlfTE"x sERvioE 11.1, 1,..1,1,1i1 1 1 1,1.,,,,1,,,,- 1,,ii1.,,.1.i..1,.,,1,,,,1vi.-.....,..-W.1,,.,1uii1iiii1,,,,1.i Walton Brothers N efws Dealers 308 Main Street Niles, Michigan 11 ,1.. 1.11111 1n..1.1n1..1 1 1 11m .m1m,1....1u..1 ..,. 1 ...lu- L. XV. Marshall M. S. Xvinlcman Slater Motor Sales Company Star - Durant and Flint Six Accessories, Tires, Storage and Repairing Phone 810 209 N. Front efleltfertiseffyorir iBusiness by using Lithographcd Show Cards and Posters UQ, v Maelc by The National Printing ancl Engraving Co. Oflices: Chicago, New York, St. Louis Home Plant, Niles, Michigan .I--rn... 1 1 1.1-1.........--1.-im.....1..n..f....-..1.- Page Om' 1IIllIlfl't'ff Elf 1.11 1...,1..1...1..1....1,. 1 1 .1--i1.,.1n Niles Fuel and Supply Company Exclusive Handlers of CQAL Strictly Cash Phone 160 Cfhce, Main St. SL Big Four R. R, -,,.,1,.,1,,1-ii-1.w1.m1 1n.1 .. 1.......,w1 C. B, Tuttle 'l71e Grocer '23 lee Cream Confectionery School Supplies '23 902 E. Main St. Phone 42 ..1.i.i1.,,,.1ii.i1.in1 1.,..1 1 ,1uii.... -. 1. 1 .1..,1,.1 1 1 1...1 1 1,.1,1 1 1.1,...1 THE HUNTER COMPANY Artifcial Ice and Creamery Butter A l-lUNTER'S lCE CREAM "Every Bite A Delight" Telephone 236 1' 0 lI1zmll'r'1l Iiorlw Niles, Michigan JXQISOTLJ flQJdgeT5 PRINTER '39 NILES, MICHIGAN 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -- 1 1,1,.4.1,. ....m1,,,,- In--m.1n 1- -g-- 1--- - .--- -1------.w---- 3 5 Q Q A. R. Henderson -I 1 2 E 5 5 B Sporting Qoods 2 1 E E l 3 I5 i l S ! I . 1 5 li 124 Main Street i : T I T Niles, - Michigan 2 I I 4+M---M--W--mm ---- -'-- TITS K Q' K l 94- m I ,Q -fa -2. WWWNLJQUW iw 2 mi fdlfv W WmwwusnwwM .1-H431 - 9""! 4 ' ' A Gas Range is Part of the Equipment of Every Modern Home Niues Gas LigHm1K Qonwnpmnny 302 Main Street , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,..1n1nn1.m.1n1...1....1 Page Om' Iluudwu' Tl I n..-m1..1m.1m...-....1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 ,.1 in-u-----1-1-, qixx --i1 1 ---.b-it-X1 I I I I I I 'F ..Ngy,v .X ',,. , XII 'I x WX. , , Q I w I . M I ., w X I- -wk K A NN - I -- - . . 3 I wt: 5 I ---. ' :N Xxx. :N-- I I i .I -NNN ":+- - --I. UI 'X Nrfiiiiilf ' "'TI W w ww wm uiSQ'IT1QlI X553 .x T ...,., K A it Si, I I ..XX XX I I I X I I I "-x .XNIXK ,EQ W x . IX I If g x I. I - I I View Showing New Knwnccr Office :md Additions ro Factory I I I I i I, IIS dl WWC CCEQEIIIIQIIII. I II I I IIII III I I I pII1u,11Iw1Ie1uf ,CQIEIL S toll me I III III I II III I III I I IIII U NI E I I T I fmII I I T H E I 'I' V "I f I fx ' Q, I w ww ID ' 'II 1 LI C o M p A N Y . I, I NILES MICHIGAN I I I I I ff, ' ff, I I I I : I l'r1,qr Om' llumlrrfl F01rl'Ir'c:1 4- I I I MAHQNEY I I C Z. omp lments of the I : . CGMPANY N1Ies Lumber I Company g GED Lumber and Building T Material li M. S. Rudisill, Sec'y-Treas. PhoneZOZ I I 1 , i : Phone 6 Nlles, M1ch I I - - - - - --- - - - -M-4. -g-..-....-.I..-- --I.-H... - -....-M--,..-M-., Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent NEWMAN Bxz SNEIEIIQS STATE BANK 470 SXUIIEESJSQSBSSIE, ZW SECOND SL MAIN STREETS NILES, MICHIGAN Page Our HII!IlII'l'lf -r--------------.- I'fl 4.-..-..-..-..-..-..-..--.-.. -..-..-..-..-? ,j-..-W-m.u 11.W -H -i-i..- - - - - -M- THE RAPP co. oggendlemmfs Cut Price Stores Qi Store for Women l i W CLOTHING 2 I FURNISHINGS I 2 I iles FOOTWEAR 7 5 N E 7 Leading fav ! i 5 Q Style 120 Main Street 5 : f Niles, Michigan i 4 :fn-In-rl -11-i1-- - '-'H-""'+ '!""""""" itlli 11111 H Ninn- LJ ' T'Ii"' ' " 'A A V' N-fi ' ' E' E fi ' .iw we . 6 if Jn -i 1- N i i i , X . g I I ,V y , x .A . L. '95 ' ff qt' ni i i Hi i-H-1 i 'i ' , 0 if 1' Q 4. 'isiiigi f ' J , 3 , R . t -' Q: LOL-f --"' """'f'7'- , ' '-YQ E' 35 'si f I , .. Y .V PRESI-UTI Fuwki 5KlNnlv 6 HIDE THEM THIS JUST Pmucuvr. 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Page One 11IHlIfI'Cd Sixteen ..-H..--H...-..I...-...,..fm1w.-...-.1uu-..u1..n..f...1,.+ MARSHALL GRATH WOHL '33 PLUMBING and HEATING 'Yi Phones: Residence 245-J Shop 814 112 South Third Street NILES, MICHIGAN ' 1mr1.m-nu-nrn-fnn-nn-nu-lm-nu-nu-un 1,,.11.n.1 1 1 1 1,,,,1,,,,1,...1.,..1 ........ ..-..- l i Q f Q r 5 I 5 i Dr, L.G.PLATT l 2 'J f I Dentist L E 5 1 I -,...-+ .g..,-.... ..------- - - ...,.,,1,,.,1,,,,1..1 1nn1n.y1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 The Tnttler was produced in cofoperdtion with A The Class of 11925 by they Hiibberd Printing Cnmpnny 'Printers N finders N Engrafuers Snnth Bend, Indiana 1.1 1 1 1 1 11....lm1uu-un.1lm 1,,,,1.,.1,,.,..n.1uu1,.1...,,1.n1 1 1 1 1 1 1...- POHddS 'Q' I I I I 2 W esftern State Normal School f Kalamazoo, Michigan I A l Z SOME ADVANTAGES I l. Carefully selected corps of trained instructors. z 2. Splendid campus of 56 acres, including 15-acre I athletic held. I . . . i 3. Modern buildings, well equipped. I 4. New Library Building just completed elargest, most 5 convenient Normal School Library in the United States. I 5. XVell selected Library--ZOO magazines and periodicals I received regularly. I 6. New Cymnasium for Men, now building' '21 splendid I structure carefully planned. I 7. Two-year Life Certificate Courses: I Art Music Commerce Physical Education 5 Early Elementary Grades for Men 5 Household Arts Physical Education I junior High School for XVomen 3 Later Elementary Grades Rural Education I Manual Arts Senior High School I I S. Pour-year A. B. and B. S. Degree Coursesg Sl graduates ! granted A. B. Degrees in june and August, 1924. I 9. Appointment Bureau placed 936 graduates in desir- 5 able positions in 1924, This service is free to graduates. I 10. Well equipped Cafeteria furnishes wholesome food at I very low prices. I ' ll. Co-operative store provides books and students' i supplies at reasonable rates. I ll. Eine democratic atmosphere and splendid school spirit. I A Z For catalog and further information address: Registrar, I Westerli State Normal School, Kalamazoo, Michigan. I I D. B. WALDo, JOHN C. HoEK1E, I President Registrar I I I . -.ir--t.-.-.- -.-.. ...- - -,- - - - - - - - fjllyl' Om' llfrllflvwl Ifi.LffIfl'l'll 1,,.,1...,1 1 1 1 1 1 1,1 1 -- -nn-uu1uu1-m1un1uu1..u-un-nu1nn1nn- "NEW ENGLAND BRANDH Best Butter 'Yi PHONE 35 'OJ Niles Creamery CQ. vm-u -,,.,1-1.41 1,.,,-.-11... Compliments of the EORLER CASH and CARRY MARKET Phone 38XV Nlles, Michigan +,,1uu1n..1....1., 1,41 1 1 1 1 1 ...nn X .,1,.,,.......1,.,,1u..1.,.1,,,,1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 J A NILES SWEET SHOP Candies, LightL1,mcl1e5 and Sotlas f'Stop In After the Show" MAIN and SECOND PHONE 1135 4. 111 1111 -------n-n- lf. POHIHN 'f"!' ! , C. M. Montague Dean c 3 Drug Store 2 E '- r HARDWARE The Store Service I and since 1839 1 2 Ei Cor. Main SL Second E Z Phone 86 I : T The Rexall Store 1 H1 MAIN STREET I 4 ,H-u..-u..-...- ,.,. - .,,. - ,,., -u,-,,n- ,,,, - ,,,, ,Q ,,,, ni, +,,- ,,,, - ,,,, - ,,,, - ,,,, - ,,,, - ,,,, - ,4,, -u,,- ,,,4 -W-M,-,W r .G000':5??0i?es11 1V1IGS,M1Ch. Phoenix and Repairing l O I1 Ill I Gordon Hosiery N Rubbers 1'-------.1-..--.-.-mi -.,..1..u,,U-....1.,,,1.m1.u.-,,,.-,.,-,,,.-..,,1.,,1 -.,,.- .. - - -.,,.-,...- .. - - ...,..-H+ I -u-...,-I,-..i-....-.,.... .. -, -,-,,- - - .. .. : I I : Tynan'S Hat liiliilli I T i I I Shoppe lfyour work is done at SpenCer's lt will always be Clone right. Km Every rip is done so neatly N 'J Every button sewed on tight. I : ' ' ID, 7 1 Mzllinery 2 I I i Y Spencer s i 3 3 I I : 105 North Fourth Street PHONE 189'R I I Smile and Boost for Niles 301 MAINQS-1-REE-F I I : i-i-w---------i- ---i- - - .I.. - ...I --is .gl..-i.- - - - - - - - - -..- A Buy Furniture On A 'N--.,-. I o o Business Basis Il' : A all I-'Qfx u That is the only way to make sure of W 5 C Z1 PLEASURE BASIS missing if. A The business like way is to buy only gu y QUALITY FURNITURE. l ' kl ' li l llh Our reputation means furniture of ff E - E 1 f sound construction and values at prices - ' ' ' that are moderate. HAMILTQN-ANDEQSON 'I". 5 Q-.311:QeJ55iiFabl6i5il'16E?Jif5ii4is4z f-if PeH50Hfib1H"?1'iQeS-- I Authorized Hoover arid Maytag Dealers Phone 304 NILES 221 Main St. Pugr Om' II1111f1'r4'd 7'm'1lx 5.-.ii-.,..-..u- - ..- -..-...- ........- . .,... .. -.,-....-i.-i,-...-..-u.-i..... .. X xx.. DU YUM WVANT ll llilillallfl HN Til ME lNlVlFClllilEN? "SnofVVhite" Kitchen Tables and Cabinets are scientifically designed to save steps and conserve kitchen space. The "Sta-Flat" porcelain tops will not warp 01' chip, They're guaranteecl. Tlliie llinainniipmass K Sitcallll Q0 iNlllies, Nliiiiullligflli Te 5521 and Appmga-.. xx 11-we mi X 4 'U . l ' Good HOIQSCKCSDIDQ Q, w Institute az Oo H ., 6,515 OUSEKEIAPINC NW Q., rl I uix I1 U uv, 1 1 ... .. .-, - ,i - my Hi - I I : ' I 1 2 Forler g g BARR S l : Grocery Co. DRY 50095 2 l l I.z1dies,' Mcn's and fag Cliildrcifs Q FURNISHINGS 1 : 410 High SU-get Q il Shoes for the Whole Y Family 2 I I s 5 i Staple and Fancy 115 Main Street i A K I GI-Ocerles Niles, Michigan r l -..,.-. -, - .-,.- 1 .. - - -i...-H... 4, rl-.i-H..-,,,.-. 1 .- 1 .-..-.,- -M- ..,,.-.,- -,... - - - - - ... ..u..,,,,,....,-...... .. - - h.- -..-......-...- Gompliments of G. E. Bursley Company Agents for "Little Elf Food Procluctsn Ask for Them NILES, MICHIGAN Pugv0m'II11udrml Y'-:uf I ll +-nu-nu- Qu..-..-..-..,1i...-i..iniui .E--.1-n----.1 1 1 l l I l I -l- ,.1,...i..111.1.- This space is donated by a business man and dedicated to Gabe Glmrcbes of the ommunity C6710 church stands for "whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honorable, whatso- ever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatso- ever things are of good report." It will pay you to stand by the elmreb, for the church always stands by you. l'11g1' fjllf' lIllHlfl'f'lf T1t11'11l,x'-111111 -m-M--m-w'- -'-' -M-M-m--m- -M-,T T-..n-....-,n-.n-,.-,,-,,-,,,-,,-,,-H-I T E 1 Rutherford's H S Funeral Home I i '2 l : Phone 1025 RADIQ 3 I FLOWERS - I TIRES f AUTO SUPPLIES Ambulance Service K 3 I I L 205 Main Street Picture Framing Phone 800 : I 1,11-H1 1 1,.,.1,,,,1.,,,1 1....1,.,,1,,,,..,!, +,,1.m1 1 1.,,1,.,,1 1n.1,..1,,1 1 .- 1 1,,..-.,.,.1.,,,1,,,,1., 1 1 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HARRY T. RICHTER DRUGS f STATIONERY - KODAKS TOILET ARTICLES - WALL PAPER NILES, MICHIGAN I OHdrI'7 1.,.1n .........,.n1.-.1....1.11M...s1,..1 1. 1,- 1. A. KERR HARDWARE coMPANY ig x Qs Heaclq waiters for Sporting Qooels fU.3 lx Niles, Michigan 1w.1 1.1.1.1 1m.......1 1...1 -im-M--ui.-.- Blackmoncl for Jewelry, Watches omcl Qptical Goods A Real Shop 216 E. Main St. Niles 1.,..1..,.-..,,.1..1-.....1...,1 1 1 ,,1,,,,1,. O 11' lluzzrlrrrl liven! n1,,,,- -.,..1.,,,1,1 1 1 1.m1M1 1 1 1.1.1 I-l. B. Laberteaux "The Grocer" .lust A Little Better Phone 400 1893 f 1925 Main Street ,,1 1 1 1,.,.1,.,1 1.m....i.......1.i--. ...M1 .vi..1,,,.1 1,,,,1.,,i1 i-.i,,1,.n1., 1.7.1 1, 1 Drolet's Drug Store CN "A Friendly Store" Q9 Cor. Maid SL Second +.i-ni.-..,.-HK....,...-HV.-..i.-ii..-,...-,...-.,.,-A.-.W DO YDU K O That Niles, Michigan, Supplies America With the Best Quality Fan and Blower Equipment? Few people realize what is accomplished with air, handled by FANS and BLOWERS. Look over the following and get posted on your home industries: Ventilating, Heating, Drying, Air'Conditioning, Exhaust Fans, Dust Collecting, Conveying Systems for materials of every description. Forced Draft for Boilers, Furnaces, Forges, Cupolas, etc., High Pressure Blowers for Agitating Liquids, Gil and Gas Burning and many other purposes. "Cja'rcien Cityl' Products are ct genuine combination of scientific design and perfect mechanical construction. lCasing removed to show whccll G RDEN CITY FAN CD, ESTABLISHED SINCE isis Patentees and Manufacturers of Garden City Products Works: Niles, Michigan Main Offices: Chicago, Illinois i -L 1 -s i 1 1 1 -. 1 -- u- 1 1 1 ,- ,,,,,1n,.1,.,.-..n--nn-u----1-11-ll Page Ona Hundred Tiumzlx xi 1M1nn1...1-m..,..... ....m1.m1y-H1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1.1 1 1,1 1 1 1, 1..1 -1 1. 1. 1. ...H 1 1 1 1 .,1...1,. .i..-....1..u......1 1 4' I MYERS NEMECK 5 St10cStore STUDIU X KE? Phone 419,131 I : KO? g I lu i j Z 211 East Main Street 306 Mmm Street t E 1 1, 11111-- .., -....-M.-4. ---- -- - Willy eibffen Like to iguy Glotlmes WGTQJ They can come in and be taken care of in El business-like way, "quickly without fuss," ut the lowest prices possibleee quality considered. QEHIERSO QHY1L1lHl1TUlS QCOJIl lUl,HD4EILllUly Nllwtonn, ,Mltmmengtmv 1, Om' llzrllrlrrfl Twwllv-viqlzl .P -----,,.,1111-.M-I-+ Compliments Of Renwoocl Motor Co. QW PACKARD HUDSGN ESSEX 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,,,,1.,,1,.,- Claude Huff rw Tires, Accessories, Radio .1-u-.1 1 1 1 1 1 11,1-nu1im n-nn-nu ml-.H -.,.,1nu-. 1 1 1 n-uu1nn-nu-nu-un1 1. -nn1,m1M1nn1n:..nn1.nw1.m.....n1,...1,,,,1,,. THE CLUB Cigars Billiards Lunch Box Candy Telephone 329 ll? North Second Street Niles, Michigan Csttandens Crocery ERUITS GRCCERIES VEGETABLES MEATS We Deliver Telephone 699 P50 Hddfz ...,,.,1,,,.1,,1 1,,,,1uu1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1i1m,1,,,, I ,l..,-...- ---------- ........- cwmwzwi wie ana 9 XX ,Q nf Q , ,KI I ' QWUVHD I-LLVH OIQOLJ -A .xii . H X 5 Q ., if 1 1-K, .'- -. 1, Af -H -.. I-Fir' ANUIHL . K Q fax' I- 5 I WWE Pw r . V V . III Y Xu Y -3dlx.L 0.1. 'UNI.I.?1I-QQEIYI I ui., 1' ' ,. L5 '-' ,. . fl , - . V .xxx Eb? . I 1 " 1 :?l?:::-.1-:ny-'fx . ,J It r 'VIH I,5wq?M4 I x '. " I W., ,,,,,, , , ,,,, I I1.--,.I.,, .!.-lm.-.w ----------- Im--HT ,!,-nn-w-- - S1 I i 199113 uww HZ I 7 I : 2 I I : I I Q1 T I 2 I I : I I Hwwwlw Ii 2 I pun Qwoq av N we O1 I li I 59919161 omg 9119 9J.91Um : I C9 'CIOJCI ISLUEIIIIKXX 'EI 'D TIIH9 HHL -I- b - OMIM vb-JOB' 1 1 -- 1 1 1 1 1 1.0.11 4...-.... -.... ....... I ..- NJ.1g11yL PJ.lllIllIlH 9110 QSUJ mqiwmsnss 9141 ' X' - . R .', K' 'M If I all QI III I Ntxfskqff V XWW, , ,g .'.Is5:g'Sj I V A - " If K' ILIQIFE N553 2-iii f 12154. Elf? QGJOHNI no-4 3'llL,.lQ A-lH,I, 5 To if '- 1 , , .' 'ff' I i-'Q-A :XI I 1 Ev 1 I " 4 -5,1 5 I A, R, ,. N ,12,I .Its L I - .I I - 1.45 il in IX Q 1.3 N A: -1- 1 I GQL Suomi I 199135 puooag q11oN 6QI A19u1H1N 1991103 I 1 HOUANHH L sluawgjclwog I fo -I- -un-us.11.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1n1,u1,. Ivrlflin + 4, ,-,,-,,- -...-..-.,,-..i-..n-...1-m----- my 4' , I l 2 l We carry a complete S line of Qord Diamonds, Jewelry, I g 5 W7 ateI1es and j 450,61 1 -1 Novelties C 6 C- Q Cdiord I Honest Goods at Honest Prices f 5 I I . E 5 N E Lincoln a Fordson : I CARS'TRvClCS' TRACTOR? E I 2 I 5 I 5 R' E' Second SL Cedar Streets Jeweler and Optician 303 Maru sf, Phone 443F1 Q I I P one I I I 2 I ' 4- + -..----..---...,-.,- . ,..-......,,,- -,...-..- -u..-,,.,-,,-,..-..,-,.,.- I i I H -is ,n . -. - .. - - .. 1 - -.,..-,...- - - - - .- - -. - - - -,,,-.W-I+ l I I Fox araos, Agents for the following dependable standard lines of merchandise: I . . . I Ciossard Corsets and Brassteres, DCBCVOISC Brassreres, Nemo Corsets and Brassieres, Van Raalte Silk Hosiery, Gloves and I Silk Underwear, Allen A Hosiery, Carter's Knit Under- wear, Dove Muslin Underwear, Brighton Carlsbad Sleeping- wear, Henderson's Corsets and Corsetletts. I Phone 417 109 Main street f 1 1 1 - 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 111111111.011W1unn1.m1uu1,m1lm1nn1ngl. Page One Hznzdred Tliirty-one ,'l' I , I .g.-l....W- ....u-...-,...l..-.....u..-u..'..-..-..-I iii I I, I I I I INSURANCE I I 1 I and I I 1 I REAL ESTATE I I 3 GEO. E. CORELL I Phone 213 I I Niles City Bank Building I I Niles, Michigan I -I- "!"-""-"" -------- -- - I I I ,,1.,,,.1,,11111..1111,,.. , zf +f---- ---- ----- ----- ------T Chas. Geideman SL Son Phone 684 Free Delivery GROCERIES AND MEATS THAT SATISFY MONARCH AND LITTLE ELF GROCERIES PARAH AND BUNNY BLEND COFFEE THE HIGHEST QUALITY IN FRESH MEAT OBTAINABLE Try Us Chas. Geideman SL Son ,,1uu-n - 1-nn1nn-n-nu--un-un-nn1um1.u1u 1,.1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1.1,,,1 T THE WHOLE QIST OE THIS CHAT IS I SAFETY EOR YOUR MONEY I Every man who gets anywhere arrives by the roacl of sure I and steady saving. He wins because he puts his savings where I they are safe instead of trying to get quick earnings. I The truth is, you haven't even a gambler's chance to wget I rich quick." Take this sound advice-invest: your savings here, where I every dollar is backed up by well managed first mortgages. If There simply isn't anything safer. I . . . 7 The Reliable Home Buzlclmg C? Loan I Association I IOZ North Second Street, Niles, Michigan I I i 4...-..I-..-..-...-...-.....-...-..-...- - - Page One Hundred Tlzirly-two .---1.....-.1...,,,-.. 'Z 1 T I F l I l l l A , .,., , .. xx,., .QQ-KZ X,g-, ..QL xvg.- sf gxx 14 ssqig ' wk--11--f -"' ' - -w -s - '-" 1f'M1cSavs-si:-if .- dies A wit x.N'--L X" 1 : I, F52 AX" ' Zi' f 2 isi s 1 2 XV' ' ' 'A "'Z5 sig, ,, N? 1 fs .Q 43 3 7 l , z 2 sss s : l N O H S dl dl Q 2 nlhlnnn :ff than can no I T Makers of I E AXUTUMKUBHLE JACCKS I TUWHNG AMIBULANCES E P . 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