Nineveh High School - Bluebirds Flight Yearbook (Nineveh, IN)
- Class of 1946
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Principal Harold D. Hibbsg Mr. Hibbs has lived in Nineveh all of his life, and
has taught in this township all of his teaching career, Mr, Hibbs first
taught in the White one room school house and from there he went to
Union join School before coming to Nineveh, Mr. Hibbs received his
Bachelor's Degree from Franklin College and his Master's Degree
from Indiana University.
Coach Arthur Pruitt, Mr. Pruitt, a graduate of Edinburh High School and Fran-
klin College, won the respect of the Nineveh community by coaching
the Bluebirds through a successful season of fourteen wins and three
defeats, but Mr. Pruitt would have won the respect of the Nineveh
students, even if the team had been a complete flop.
Ruby Pearl Hibbs: Mrs. Hibbs is our science and math teacher besides being
sponsor of the Sunshine Society. Mrs. Hibbs received her Bache1or's
Degree from Franklin College and her Master's Degree from Colurn-
bia University, New York.
Hamling On Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday Mrs. Hamlin comes
to Nineveh to teach music and art, Mrs, Hamlin, a graduate of Ham-
let High School and Indiana University, was in charge of the Music
Festival held at Center Grove early in April.
William Churchg Mr, Church, the proud possessor of a discharge button, came
to Nineveh in October, 1945, for the purpose of teaching commercial
subjects. Besides teaching commerce and the last semester of alge-
bra, Mr. Church acquired the respect and friendship of all his classes
Mr, Church graduated from Center Grove High School and Central
Normal College and attended Lane Business College.
Florence Featherstong Miss Featherston, chief instructor in the art of home-
making, possesses diplomas from Indiana Central College and Center
Grove High School. Besides teaching home economics, Miss Feather-
ston teaches Latin and physical education for girls. Miss Featherston
is completing her fifth year on the Nineveh faculty.
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president Vice -President
JOHN THAR P
IMOGENE RISK ROBERT CAMPBELL
Asst. Secreiary Treasurer
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JUAN ITA HENS LEY
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Believe it or not the Senior Class of Forty Six has made history. Whether this
history will repeat itself or not is a little more than I can say, but it certainly has
happened once at any rate.
In passed years it has become customary that the graduating class draw up a
historical account of the twelve grand and glorious years they have spent in learning
WHAT'S WHAT. What ever What's What is, I'm sure you will understand after care-
ful reading of this record of our happily spent school career.
A brief history of the many good things our class has done will be given in a
short review of each member.
Jack Barnett, better lcnown as "Professor Barnett," has contributed four years
of his basketball playing ability to this High School. Also, he has spent his entire
school life here. He wrote the sports section -of this annual. As pitcher of our
baseball team jack has helped to make for himself in the field of sports.
John Tharp spent eleven and one-half years at this school. Finishing his work at
the end of the first semester of his senior year, he left to enter Franklin College.
His ability for being a good representative of this school has been shown.
Alice Flinn, our public speaking expert, entered this school when she was in the
third grade, During these years she has built up enough mental capacity to try for
a scholarship--the results are not yet known. As president of the junior Class she
has been an important leader, She is an active member of the Sunshine Society. Due
to her ability to get things done she was elected Editor-in-Chief of this annual.
Juanita Hensley has had the great privilege of spending her entire school career
here. She has not only been an active member of the Sunshine Society, but also
taken part in many other school activities. She was secretary of the Freshman Class
Her prominent personality has won her many friends.
Marvin or "Marv" Richards, handy man or student manager of our basketball
team has been one of the team's most active members. Serving on the Socialist
ticket, Marvin has won fame as Vice-President of the Senior Class. He has pro-
fited by having spent twelve years here.
Oran Mitchell, or better still, "Mitch", the Senior Class Historian, came to
this school from Hopewell in his sixth year. He has taken part in basketball and ba-
seball for four years, He has served as class president his freshman and senior years
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Robert Campbell or just "Bob," entered this school from the little village of
Whiteland during his junior year. He will tickle your funny bone by reading his
jokes in this annual. As Treasurer of the Senior Class he has taken care of our
financial status. Bob is well known for his ability to play both baseball and bas-
ketball. His good sportsmanship has won him the honor of having his name en-
graved on the good sportsmanship trophy.
Floyd Lucas, or need we say "Luke", entered this school from Hopewell when
he was in the seventh grade, He has participated in basketball for four years, and
nearly that many years in baseball. He has the honor of having the kinkiest hair
in high school.
David Ramey, known as "Dave 'Love Boat' Ramey", abandoned Mt. Auburn
school, and came to this school in his sophomore year. He has played basketball
for two years. The ability to entertain is his most prized possession. His favor-
ite quotation is "Huba-Huban.
Donald or "Don" Ramey is the boy who can make the typewriter run like a
threshing machine. Along with his twin, Dave, he entered this school from Mt.
Auburn in his sophomore year. Not taking part in any sports, he has spent his
full time in other important activities of the school. Because of his salesmanship,
he is advertising manager of this annual.
Marie Martin left the little burg of Franklin in her junior year to enter here.
She has not only been Treasurer of the Sunshine Society, but also an active mem-
ber of that organization. As Librarian she has been a great help to this school.
Mary jane Risk has spent her entire school life here. She has been an active
member of the Sunshine Society and has contributed much to the development of
Alice Stout came here in her seventh year, left her freshman year and re-
turned her senior year to finish her high school career here. She has rendered
her service to the Sunshine Organization. Since Bill Richards left this school,
she holds the honor of being the only member of the class with red hair.
Imogene Risk, known by her friends as "Imy", nearly ruined her beautiful
voice by serving as yell leader for three consecutive years. Taking up where
john Tharp left off, she was elected assistant secretary of the Senior Class. She
is business manager of this annual. As President of the Sunshine Society, she has
given it her whole hearted services. To her good fortune, she has spent twelve
Edith Strickland, who has done a "swell" job as photographer of our annual,
came to this school from Union School in her freshxnan year.' She is a member of
the well known Sunshine Society. Her intelligence and good looks has done much
to influence the superb development of the Senior Class.
Here is a list of names of pupils, who have been members of our class but
have dropped out for various reasons: james Bradley, Marcella Burgett, Vir-
ginia Doan, William Richards, Thomas Waltz, Donald Williams, Mary jane
Wright, Ben Cobb, Annie L. Richardson, jack Christie, and Lorean Fox.
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On A ril 26 1946, the Seniors will don caps and gowns and receive their
diplomas during Commencement exercises in the gym. The class chose royal
blue and silver for class colors and 'AOut of school life, into life's school"
as its motto.
The Senior Class of Forty-Six shall forevermore be true
To our teachers and students of Nineveh High and its
colors gold and blue.
We shall in our own memorial way always be content
With memories of the work and play together we have
Our class is not a large one but quality is what counts
And knowledge that we've merited can't be measured in
Although we have passed to seniors it's hard to realize
That we're not still in grammar school and of a smaller
When upon the road to success---all limits w e shall exceed.
In our atomic powered car with an enormous speed.
What we have accomplished here shall remain untold.
And if we use what we've been taught a better life we'll mold.
Twelve long years we've worked and slaved to learn the
But the hardest thing that we've to do is leave this dear-
By -- Oran Mitchell
SEN IO R W ILL
We, the Senior Class of Nineveh High School, being of sound mind or we would
never be Seniors, do hereby bequeath to the great insubordinate mass, better
known as underclassmen, and to the faculty our most treasured possessions.
We, the Seniors, do hereby bequeath our natural ability to understand sociology
to the immediate satisfaction of our teacher to the class of 1947,
We, the Seniors, do hereby will our ever smiling countenances to the Sophomores
and may they keep smiling through the rest of their high school career.
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We, the Seniors, do hereby will to the Freshmen, the class of '19, our gentle
ways and quiet conduct in the halls.
We, the class of 1946, do hereby will to the faculty the pieces of their minds
which they were generous enough to give to us during our high school days.
I, Alice Marie Stout, will to Nelda Strickland all of my powder and lipstick,
I, Marie Martin, being of sound mind fl think, and body do hereby will my abil-
ity to get along with Mrs. Hibbs in the assembly to Gordon Wheeler.
I, Marie Martin, do bequeath my seat on the school bus to any new member in
I, Marvin E. Richards, being of broken heart, will the pieces to the junior girls
I, Marvin E. Richards, will my ability to play basketball to '6Popeye" Richards
I, Mary jane Risk, will to Florence McMillan my ability not to ask people so
I, Mary jane Risk, will to Leona Bay my freedom of speech.
I, Donald Ramey, will to Gordon Wheeler my ability to drive a car.
I, Donald Ramey, will to the junior boys my ability to mark on the desks.
I, Imogene Risk, do hereby will what's left of my Shorthand book to Leona Bay,
maybe she can get more out of it than I did.
I, Imogene Risk, do hereby will my ability to sit still and behave in class to
none other than Go rdon Wheeler.
I, Alice Flinn, will all of my good-looking girl friends to Drybread and Land,
I, Alice Flinn, will my spit-fire of a sister to any junior boy who can handle her
preferable Hoskins or Chink,
I, Oran Mitchell, who hasn't anything, do hereby will Undertaker Nelson Barnett
my corpse immediately after death.
I, Juanita Hensley, do hereby will my typing book to Bob Hoskins, who keeps it
I, Oran Mitchell, do hereby will my glasses to john D. Lattimore, so he may
ruin his eyes looking at the girls legs as I did.
I, Juanita Hensley, do hereby will my job at PX 12. to Betty Smith, since I'm
going to quit anyway,
I, jack Barnett, will my ability to play dirty basketball to Bill Yount.
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I, Alice Flinn, will my liquid stockingsito jgann Slevin, since I can't get them
back in the bottle anyway.
We, Alice Flinn and Dave Ramey, will our beautiful romance to Bob Barger
and we know who.
We, the Seniors, will our supporters to Frances Stout, so she can keep up her
I, jack Barnett, will my control over the sophomores to Bob Hoskins.
I, Dave Ramey, will my ability to drive past Strickland's house and yell "Oh,
Edith" to Gordon Wheeler.
I, Mary jane Risk, will my ability to hold hands with Laura jean in a private
place to Robert Barger.
I, Edith Strickland, will my ability to sleep in sociology class to Bob Hoskins--
since he seems to take pretty regular naps anyway.
I, Edith Strickland, will my dynamic personality and smiling countenance to
I, Edith Strickland, if it were possible--would like to will my assembly period
alone with Bob Campbell and no teacher, to Beckie Hardin.
I, Edith Strickland, will my close friendship with Dave Ramey to someone who
would like very much to have it---Colleen Doan.
I, Edith Strickland, will my half of the sofa at home to Bill Yount, provided he
sits on it only at the same time I do!
I, Edith Strickland, will my ability to study the moon and the stars from a bed-
room window instead of a parked car window to John D. Lattimore.
I, -Floyd Lucas, will my ability to shoot pool to Bill Drybread.
I, Floyd Lucas, will my kinky hair to Mr. Pruitt for his slight bald spot on top
I, Bob Campbell, do hereby will my ability to stay out of school and mess around
while Mr. Hibbs thinks l'm working, to Bob Hoskins.
I, Bob Campbell, do hereby will my ability to make the Star's all-county first
team to jackie Land.
I, Bob Campbell, do hereby will my seat, that is, my desk, to Beckie Hardin.
I, Bob Campbell, do hereby will my period in the assembly alone with Edith
Strickland, with no teacher around to Bill Yount.
I, Bob Campbell, do hereby will my ability to have my name on the sportsmanship
trophy to Jackie Land.
College Wise John Tharp has informed us that what he has that you might like to
have, he aims to keep, and that what he might will, you wouldn't want anyway.
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The Junior Class of l945-4-6 were having their first reunion since school days.
While discussing old times, the subject was brought to the Seniors of 19-15-45.
This being the year of 1950 four years from the time we last saw them in school,
we naturally began to wonder what became of them.
Leona Bay one of our prominent juniors had just received a letter from one of
her friends, Imogene Risk, Imogene for the past four years has been taking nurses
training at the Methodist Hospital at Indianapolis. She enjoys her work very much
and wishes to be a nurse all her life unless a handsome man comes along. While on
duty one night she ran into the new Staff Doctor. To her surprise and gladness it was
her old classmate and friend john Tharp, Dr, Tharp took her to dinner where they
saw Oran Mitchell, Oran who started as secretary for Wm. H. Blocks Co. four years
ago now is half owner. When asked how he did it, he replied that he was acquainted
with the daughter of the right people. Oran said that Don and Dave Ramey dropped in
to see him while on leave and related some of their experiences in the Navy.
Donald and Dave Ramey were stationed at the Navy base at Pearl Harbor for two i
out of the four years they have been in the Navy. The other two years were spent
cruising around the South Sea Island's and seeing all the beautiful ------ crocidiles.
In a round about way they stopped in New York on the way home. They had always
Wanted to spend some time in that city. The boys decided to stay a day or two, One
night, when the boys were out for a good time they dropped in at the Stork Club since
they both had heard so much about it, After ordering dinner, the boys became inter-
ested in the floor show. lt was then they received the surprise of their young lives,
for there was their old classmate Marvin Richards and his newly organized orches-
tra, They had just recovered themselves from this blow when into the spot light
walked another classmate, none other than Edith Strickland. She was singing "You
Won't be Satisfied," which was very popular while she was going to school. We have
often wondered since if Billy Dean Yount had anything to do with that song., While the
number was being sung, the boys caught Marvin's eye and as soon as the number was
over Edith and he joined them at their table. While talking about their school days,
as people do, they learned that Juanita Hensley was in the city too. She was working
as secretary for the president of Sacks Fifth Avenue. They also said that she had
her eye on the owner's son, and that they were to announce their engagement soon.
We always knew juanita would get that rich man some day.
While in Franklin the other day two of the junior girls of 1945 ran into a formal
senior and classmate, Marie Martin. lt seemed that she changed her name to Hart
as soon as she graduated. When asked what she was doing, she said that she was
keeping a seven room house, two children, and Jack working.
Another one of the junior girls who had been visiting her sister said that Alice
Stout Williams was very happy in her new home in Indianapolis.
Imogene Risk, as we have mentioned before was a nurse. One day she was sur-
prised to see her sister occupying one of the beds. Imogene inquired what was the
matter. It seemed that Mary jane and her husband fL,loyd Collinsl whom she mar-
ried in 1946 was heading north on Michigan Street and failed to stop at a stop light.
Mary jane didn't look bad but you should have seen the automobile! While still at
the Hospital, Lloyd finally convinced Mary jane he hadn't been waving at any girl.
While on the way to Franklin it was quite common for us to drop in at Camp-
bell Dairy Farm and renew old times with Beckie and Bob, We have often wonder-
ed if Beckies knowledge of how to milk had anything to do with Bob marrying her.
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Bob jr. out of mischief to help Bob with the milking.
Floyd Lucas who is now home from two years service brought his w ife with
him. He has been to South America. We must say that we like the Brazil women
if they look like the one Floyd brought home with him.
Alice Flinn Who just received her degree as a teacher will take over her
rnother's place in junior High School next year, at Nineveh. She w ill have to
learn not to make eyes at the boys like she did when she went to school.
We heard and read that Jack Barnett who is coach of the Basketball Team at
Notre Dame, and won a national championship this year. We wonder if he taught
his pretty wife, Patty, his plays first.
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Mr. Church, sponsor
SOPHOMOR E C LASS
Mary Louise Cobb
Mr. Pruitt, sponsor
Absent: Gene Knapp
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Winner Loser quarter quarter rter
NINEVEH Boy's School 13 6-Z 17-4 26-10
NAINEVEH Trafalgar 11 18-4 31 5 6
NINEVEH Nashville 23 8 6 14 10 15
NINEVEH Union 27 18-4 29 8 12
Clark NINEVEH Z9 5-12 13 18 32
Mt. Auburn NINEVEH 29 7 7 12 23 32
NINEVEH Clifford 15 13 3 23 3 4,
NINEVEH Edinburg 23 9-2 21 6 16
NINEVEH Boggstown 36 13-7 24 15 27
NINEVEH Hope 27 8 18 12 18
NINEVEH Trafalgar 18 13 Z 18 2 5
NINEVEH Clifford Z3 10-4 22 4 16
NINEVEH Nashville 20 9-5 17 9 11
NINEVEH Union 26 7-8 9- 16 19 4
Whiteland NINEVEH 29 7-10 15 21 30
Union NINEVEH 22 6-8 15-21 23
NINEVEH Center Grove 31 10-7 22 12 25
NINEVEH Morgantown 49 6-13 13-22 28-33 49
NINEVEH Clark A 35 10-10 11 17 26
SECTIONAI.. TOURNEY .
NINEVEH Clark 29 7-7 16 16 Z0
NINEVEH Center Grove 23 4-6 13 11 20
Franklin NINEVEI-I 21 2-11 8 Z3 -34'
NINEVEH HIGH SCHOOL
Editor-in-chief Alice Flinn
Art Editor Edith Strickland
Sport Editor jack Barnett
joke Editor Bob Campbell
Business Manager Imogene Risk
Advertising Manager Don Ramey
Faculty Sponsor Mr. Hibbs
ONE DO Z EN ROSES
I have one dozen roses which, Ibelieve, belong to someone else. First, a rose
to each of the faculty: a rose for Mr, Hibbs for keeping all school records in
good condition: a rose for Mrs. Hibbs for being Sunshine sponsorg a rose for
Mr, Pruitt for making the basketball team the success it wasg a rose for Miss
Featherston for putting in so many extra hours as junior sponsorg a rose for
Mrs. Hamlin for being president of the Music Festivalg a rose for Mr. Church
for making easy to read mimeograph copies and being a good friend to allg the
seventh rose goes to Bob Campbell for winning the sportsmanship trophy, the
eighth rose goes to Imogene Risk, Sunshine president, the ninth rose goes to
Mr. Lucas for keeping the school building warm during such cold weather as we
had this winter: a tenth rose goes to Marvin Richards, student manager: and a
petal of the twelfth rose goes to every student of the high school as a syrnbol of
friendship between us, the seniors, and YOU.
ALICE FLINN, Editor .
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Hoskins: Back: Drybread, Barger, N. Barnett,
Front: Richards, A. Ramey: Back: Sleighter, Morris
D. Ramey, Lucas, Burgett.
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For twenty years the Sunshine Society has made its
mark on the lives of the girls of Nineveh High School. The
object of this organization, to help others, is expressed in
the creed, which is:
With love in my heart, forgetting
self, and w ith charity for all I will make
the object of my life helpfulness and kind-
ness to others. I shall try to fit myself to
give intelligent service in making my com-
munity a safer and more beautiful place in
which to live. Thus will my own life be-
come rich and complete,
The officers for the year 1945-46 are:
President, Imogene Risk
Vice-president, Leona Bay
Secretary, Beckie Hardin
Treasurer, Marie Martin
Sponsor, Mrs. Harold D. Hibbs
New girls in high school and the freshrnen girls were
victims of both a fun and formal initiation during October.
At Christmas time the society gave a party for the first
four grades in the gym. Games and a visit from Santa Claus
were enjoyed by both the little and big kids. On Sunday
March 17 former members and sponsors of the Nineveh
Society were guests of this year's society, at a twentieth
anniversary party in the gym. The Sunshine's annual high
school party honoring the basketball teams and student
manager was Friday, March ZZ. This party is known for its
fun and eats. This year a circus theme with a tight-rope
walker, fortune teller and kissing booth featured the evening
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Don R: " In what way? "
Dave R: "Neck-less, brother, Neck-less."
Mr. Hibbs: "There will be only a half day
of school this morning."
Marvin R.: "Hurray!"
Mr. Hibbs: "Silence! We will have the othe'
half this afternoon."
Mr. Hibbs: "Bob, is that your scrap paper
over there on the floor? "
Bob C.: "No Sir, it's yours, You saw it
Pat G: "Jack, dear, we have been going to-
gether for ten years. Don't you think we
ought to get married? "
Jack B.: "Perhaps you're right but who'll
have us? "
Jean L: "Do you love me with all your heart
and soul? "
Bob Tuck: "Uh Huh."
Jean: "Do you think I'm the most beautiful
girl in the world, really? "
Jean: "Do you think my lips are like rose
petals, my eyes like limpid pools, my hair
like silk? H
Jean: "Oh, you say the most beautiful things.
Joan P Do you love me alone? "
John D 'Yes, dear."
Joan P: "Will you always be true to me? "
John D Yes, dear."
Joan P Then let's elope tonight."
John D I can't dear, I gotta date."
Marilyn H: "Daddy, is a man with one too
many wives a bigamist? "
Mr. Hibbs: "No, a man can have one wife
too many and still not be a bigamist."
Oran: "Will you take my coat to town? "
Mr. Pruitt: "Sure, where do you want me to
leave it? "
Oran: "Oh, never mind, I'1l be in it."
Marie M: "If we get married I'll lose my
Jack H: "Oh, we'1l keep it a secret."
Marie M: "Yes, but what if we have a baby? T
Jack H: "Oh, we can tell him."
Juanita: "Are you the Q-Master? "
Quarter M: "Yes Mam."
Juanita: "Is it true that you supply soldiers? "
Quarter M: "I sure do."
Juanita: ' Well, then supply me with about
three of them."
Mrs. Church: "Williarn, give me five dollars
fMr. Church doesn't pay any attention.,
Mrs. Church: "William, give me ten dollars.'
Mr. Church: "I heard you the first time."
Oran: "Yep, the engagement is off, she won't
Imogene: "Did you tell her about your rich
Oran: "Yeah! Now, she's my Aunt."
Jack B: "I have checked this figure eight
Mrs. Hibbs: "Very good and thorough."
Jack: "Here are the eight results.f'
Mr, Hibbs: "Why aren't you working? "
Dave R: "I didn't see you coming."
Mrs. Hibbs: "I don't think I look thirty, do
you dear? "
Mr. Hibbs: "No, dear, not now. You used to.'
Mr. Pruitt: 'fBill, there's a fly in your
Bill D: "Serves him right, let him
Judge: "What were you doing chasing those
bathing girls at the beach? "
Oran: "I was enjoying the privileges granted
me by the constitution--life, liberty and the
pursuit of happiness."
Floyd: "What is more beautiful to behold
than a pretty girl? "
Oran: "Such grammar--you mean to be
Floyd: "Boy, I saw something the other
night I couldn't get over."
Don: "What was that? "
Floyd: "The moon."
Marvin and Oran came to school sick one
morning. Marvin said, "I'm achin' from
influenza. ' '
Oran: "Howdy, I'm Mitchell from Nineveh.'
Jack B: "What caused that blow up in the
crap game last night? "
Marvin: "The dice were loaded."
Mr, Pruitt: "Did you take a shower? "
Don: "No, is there one missing? "
Seeing Dave Ramey taking all his books
home, Imogene asks: "Are you quitting
Dave: "Oh, no, I'm just going to let Mr.
Hibbs catch up."
Mr. Pruitt: "Bob, how come you missed
the basket? "
Bob C: "I didn't aim --------------- too."
Bill Y: "Honey, did that kiss I gave you
make you long for another? "
Edith: "lt sure did, but he's out of town.
Squire Adams: "Who brought you here in
this condition? "
Bill D: "Two policemen."
Squire Adams: "Drunk I suppose."
Bill: "Yeah, both of them."
Doctor: "I would like to have a quart of blood
for transfusion. Can you give it? "
jack B: "I can only give a pint, I gotta shave
Mrs. Flinnz "Darling, The maid has burned
the eggs. Would you be satisfied with a
couple of kisses for breakfast? "
Mr. Flinn: "Sure, send her in."
Mr. Pruitt: "Your reports should be written
in such a manner that even the most ignorant
may understand them."
Bob C: "Yes Sir, what part is it you don't
Oran: "Can you telephone from that house
over there? "
Dave: "Sure anyone can tell a phone from
Lloyd: "You're the first girl I ever loved."
Mary J. R. "Just my luck to pick an
Alice Stout: "Have you noticed Oran's new
mustache, it makes me laugh."
Imogene: "Tickled me, too."
Dave: "They say the coach adds color to
Oran: "Yes, for sure, the language he uses
makes the whole outfit blush."
Mr. Pruitt: "Floyd, how many times have I
told you to fall in for these formations on
Floyd: "I don t know! I thought you were
Mr. Hibbs: "Do you believe in clubs for
Freshmen? " '
Mr. Pruitt: "Oh, sure, it might be a good
idea if you can't persuade them in any other
John D: "That coach over there is ugly
enough to scare Frankenstein." QA by stan-
ding girll "Do you know who I am? I'm
that coach's daughter,"
John D: "Do you know who I am? "
John D: "Thank the Lord."
Jack: "Would you turn off the lights if we
were sitting over on the davenport? "
Pat: "Why, of course not you lazy thing."
Mr. Hibbs: "I want three volunteers to.r-nop
the gym floor--you--you- and you."
Ellen F: "Fresh! Who said you could kiss
Mr, Prince: "Young man, I've noticed that
you're paying quite a bit of attention to my
daughter, Is it on the square? "
John P: "No, its mostly onthe porch, the
square is too public,"
Alice Flinn: "Hold nip' pencil, will vou? "
Mr. Church: "See here, Alice I'm a teacher-,'
Alice: "That's all right, I'1l trust you."
Mr, Hibbs: "Don, have you caught uv with
your lessons? " U
Don: "Yes, but I liav0n't passed tlwm.
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Drugs, Sundries, Fountain Service
Phone 80 Edinburg. Indiana
FARMERS' TRUST COMPANY
Organized Oct. 12, 1914
Banking - Insurance
Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
Member Federal Reserve System
THE E. O. COLLINS STORE
-Jewelry and Gifts-
ORIS A. VANDIVIER
Grocery and Meat Mraket
Treasurer Johnson County
C. RAY LIST
Johnson :Sz Brown
From the Sheriff's Office-
"RUSS" and "GROVE"
RITTER'S FOOD MARKET
Groceries, Meats and Vegetables
Gas and Oil
J. D. OLIVER
Groceries and Cold Drinks
Recorder Johnson County
CARNE 81 WINSLOW
General Repair - Gas and Oil
Il' It's Electrical, We Can Repair It
LONG'S ELECTRIC A
106 South Holland St. Phone S3
GRAHAM MANUFACTURING CO.
Building Material - Furniture - Coal
"To Serve You"
Reach For the Phone - Say 158
Baby Chicks and
JESSE D. ELLIS
L. R. SCOTT
' Electrical Appliances
110 W. Main Cross St. Edinburg, Ind.
Edinburg, Indiana Phone 99
Phones Office, 71, Residence, 209
FARR and GQSWEY KROGER GROCERY 8: BAKING CO.
104 Main Cross St. Edinburg, Ind.
Ambulance Service - Lady Assistant
We Serve the Finest Fruits and Vege-
tables at Low Every Day Prices
We Serve Kroger's Tenderray Beets
Phone 50-W Day 01' Night Guaranteed To Be Tender
KIMFS MEN'S SHOP WALTz's Foon MARKET and 1 I
, l AND LOCKER STORAGE
Men's Furnishings '
Complete Food Store With I
hoes For the Entue Fqmlly Complete Locker Storage Facilities
122 Main Cross sr. Edinburg-,1nd. 203 North Kyle sr. ndmburg,1nd.l
MORRIS PLUMBING SHOP
115 North Walnut St. Edinburg, Ind.
Phone 90 24-Hour Service
Where Good Friends Meet
Sandwiches, Soups and Short Orders
118 Main Cross Edinburg, Ind.
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HENDERSON DRUG CO.
J. B. PAYNE 81 SON
Featuring' lVIen's and Boys' Clothing of
the Better Quality-For Dress or Work
22 West Jefferson St. Phone 514
LANAM SHOE CO.
Home of Rohlee - Air Step - Buster
Brown - Girl Scout Shoes
Also Handbags, Hosiery and Repair
72 E. Jeff. Franklin, Ind.
D. M. AIKIN
Real Estate - General lnsuranee
34 North Main St. Phone 387
46 East Jefferson Franklin, Ind
BENZOL CLEANING CO.
-Smart Shop for Women-
The Store That Saves the Public
GRAY FURNITURE CO.
Homes Furnished Complete
Whiteland K142 Franklin 341
Paul Hand, Owner
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
109 I est Main Cross St. Phone 60
EDINBURG FURNITURE EXCHANGE
New and Used Furniture
Washer and Furniture Repair
106 West Walnut Phone 473
EDINBURG MEAT MARKET
Groceries and Meats
Privett and Stine, Props.
Otie Jones, Meat Manager
BROWN'S GROCERY 8a MEAT
Edinburg, Ind. Phone 129
HEWITT'S CUT RATE ARMY STORE
Regular Meals, Short Orders, and
Raymond Brown, Mgr. Phone 93
KELLEY REAL ESTATE AGENCY
Real Estate, Insurance, Farm Loans
Phone 12 Edinburg, Ind.
DUNLAP 81 CO., INC.
"We Serve Those Who Build"
Phones 334 - 335 Edinburg, Ind.
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Their conflict was for liberty,
And is that still worth fight for ?
We strive no longer men i.n arms:
We fight not, stirred by war 's alarm
We vow to seal our broken past
With fellowship and friendship fast.
Glancy V. Lucas
They fought for peace, as now do weg
For freedom from the blight of war--
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