Noblesville High School - Shadow Yearbook (Noblesville, IN)

 - Class of 1929

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Heinq "-----'---- Affocfate Cedric Folandn ----- ---"- A Mkffb' Alice Baker -----'--------'-' kjdfllfdi' Thelma White """ ' """" 14cZ7i0Z12Ss' Maru Esther BrookS ' 'Plafogragif Elizabeth Forsqthe. ' '- - - - -511403 Fletcher Stem ------- -'-- --6'fza,w' Richard ZC15 """""""' """ Abt Lowell Bennett """' 131457 fydldjel' George Dial-rg on '----'-----' C'1i'c1Jfdt7ba Dorothea Weaver' ---- ---- - - 7212136 Marguerite Sawqer '-lac Jjvwzfor xmkg xxxx':l,x3Nxu1,gy,g1ffrL1 'f -- X G" . 5 ' X'Q6,2' 2 if Y MWy'u' W ff fwf-Z w N 4435 Fi. X' f 0 A I A ZW " -7 1 1, , ' Y H11 1 :45::5::a 'xx we W 'fffl """"' "fav "f I-'v 223541 ff " ff 'fe - : :- . Xfr. :zap - ., .V , fl. -Ep xnv . .flu Aux' 7 ,L 41' f ?,f4, ., .. fx Q44 is QX ,E . SIE: I in - ,F ' N -sf my 'N ,, Y "fv"'5L:-' ' ,, X 1 h,,K, f N X y .51 IJ, 4 If - K Sqx V, T-'Qy , S9 N , x J Q 1 X A L I gd 5 Q Ill 11,2 I tx ,f 5 j :.- , ' - -2 ke- , ' ' 1 1.-fg 5, :" -' ' ' 3. 55- , -, I I f 4:9-1, , 'wa 1-,fag f Aff--H ffz. ,ffhf--.iyf'-gzfr.. . . , 4 ---'f:'1 J- -' , ,5B ,,?f,-,5, N ,,,,, ,H' - , , M- CONTENTS , ,,,, ,,,,, , ubook I, ..,, W ALNQZUQTEQ QQTLYLT AT flQPNTlQ5 'S X- -:-Y, --. 'ugx-Xwvux 'y---1' vu Q 1' f"', 77721 1 .f ' Mifeccnf Xxxkk 1 'f ' 3 ,avi xp N AN J K--4' MW M XX ' GR f ' , lm! 3555- ' "ii ' 'Kgii ,- - '7"'N'7 -::'2'- V XX '5Q,l1Y'J'f""4Z f '4f35:iZiZf 'ii :rf -fl: J.'.f if Q X x - Yr' ff." s qu' 'I L 'Q 'i'-' ' ,Q Q p 3 'Mn P Q16 3 f ' ' D , ,X 154 f . V A - 1 V ' X , xx l, Qx ss, 'A I 'I ff LW, 4 L f 'Z Q ' I F ,X 1 .. .- ' ff, f' I- A- x- , f, ,,:-7 - 'F - ffj ' X . ' g. A ' ' 1f" .- 1. 1 1 nh ,, f- - x ' ,. A, -ff -xx x -l, -,Q-' 'M Pj FOREWORD G-QEQQQQZGQA 9 6 0 M0 O O 0 0 6 Dgfaves fiom the H Heart ,Warm glovingw 4 with the happirms of qouthyleir' missiouto 1mpart,AH thatwc-1 N dreamed of Wonder N and truthi---f-M XXXk QXk'g??EW5N51.'Tx Ev ffffjyfdl ' YQ: 5,--12 1 I .- xX'NN W 1 WLAN' ' W 7 ' fA fy 1 fha 'SJ' M 112351 '- ' 'ff:5 ' f S15 '?i?f'l' xx f' 1' ' 'X 2 ff! -,7 V 'ff ff ' '1 G' X 'QLT113' - - ' 1 'f A fi, . xg - w x f XJ ' j , iff' ,- 'A 9 X. , 7 , ' A Qu 1 1, Z ' 4 'ffzfrgxrf X ,X J .fr , ,nf . 1 Li x V, A f Q ', ' ,-:i35?5f.. ,,,.fil:' "f.fff5'2'1'i ,Q WH.. if 'LQ A 1" - , Q, YAA ..x. Um, I 21.01, 'gif' '-:.l' -1. ::.- .. .. , , 4, . -' - - -- H ' . , - Ywffgb Y Q f A 2 n ff DEDICATION J Nr EV Ruinarford n our princ1pa.l, for his N kindness, Sqmpathq ,and friendship toward us. N We tncLG1as5 of' 1929 respectfullq dedlcate- this annual. -NNNN N ?i31iifSX'wW"xI"'W" Y' ""7'f4W7:1Q 2 , , ,,1,.,. .E 52 x ' MA ,y 7 . n 3 ,.,V-Qwfy 1 Zdfl f A' , W N, Eff? Q., ,F--. , . 1- 5 T E if 5 '- NE' 3' 5 xQS. ff i' M :NI Q if M, rin f g f L ,QS f A , n Y - L s ' 1 'l ji:-fztrgx J f 5 ' ig 3' -V f A- If fi , A -- .f - -ff 1 Wm. 000253 ,Q Q 2, X.gQ:J if 4 v ' , Views The steps to learning's height Wherefrom we view the world in golden light -Anonymous The pity of the snow that hides all scars. -Edwin Markham The stream bordered with sparkling frost works, is as gay As with its fringe of summer flowers. -Wm. Cullen Bryant River! in this still hour dost lie On thee, an image of the glorious sky. -Wm. Cullen Bryant 3 of X X yes . F i -g x I Q S ff! wi' . X. ' 'N If, uw '. Q XA. :xx .J 1 " 520' . T ff ' AA 3' , li ITJN Hy- ty. ' X m "K "'QI5"Wxj f"Sv,,, A kg ' img-X. , M 4,453 it ,.4 -X x . A . In X 'Jn . ' tk 1. Ji . if q ' ' z1'f'g. cw N' 5 . 34 , H ' if Gur- IAUMX +'Aa5y4'." wiv .ti . V ' 3 . v Q K ' .S L 'W -. KX . ua K! V bi vp 'Q ,dv , K g X Q 1 e E ,' W - , . - , . , . ' 49? 1 ' I ' IA. A t ocfocazaiofomeu ei my-pan GD ca QQ cp on Q ED Q my Qgproo co so YD no Q QQ-QQQ'g5 W 'Goshen' W "How can younlive in Goshen?" Said a friend from' far, "This wretched country town Where folks talk little things all year, And plant their cabbages by the moon!" A Said'I: ' V 4 s I do notlive in Goshen,44' , V I eat here, sleep here, work here: -' I live in Greece, ' . Where Plato taught, And Epitetus wrote.. I I' dwell in Rome, Where Michael Angelo wrought ' In color, form, and mass: - Where Cicero penned immortal lines, . And Dante sang undying songs. . Think not my life is small Because you see a puny place: I have my books: I havebmy dreams: A thousand souls have left for me Enchantment that transcends Both time and place: And so I live in Paradise. Not here. E -Edgar Frank or I Thirteen A ' I 3 . :E as Y! vi ,gi K 'E .Q 1 Y PQ R -4 V," ik E' 1 E5 Lal E: 5. . sf? E M vs ? if . fx? E -m -in 3. "fi 'T Q s, ' all 95 a :K ll 7 lb 'Z 5 5. IIINTED IN I--'ANUE AWWA HVIMTEUR, , ..,.,.x . .........,.a....,... .... . .,.. ,.,...........x,. . .... ...x,. . .X.x.x.x. , . ...,.,.,. ..., ...,s.,.,,....,...,.,.a....,....,..............,,..,.,......,... ,.,.,, QR ..... t.- ..,... Z,.,... ....,,............... ,.,....,... M ,,,, a .M., .K .,...x,.,.. X,.... , . ....,,.,,,Q......,..,....,a ,..,,.....,..,......a....,.......a., .a......s. B i k ,, . ., .. kg 1 N5 , 'X........,e........,..........,,.....,,,... ' N f'?Tf::5-ii e' 5-f.f: ':':-tffiitff -'X' if lixlrr-' R 5 MR. GIFFORD Mr. Gifford, who was appointed as President of the School Board to fill the place made vacant by Mr. Jenkins, has held that ofHce for three years. The success of the schools in that line is largely due to Mr, Gifford who has strived for the welfare of the students at all times. Besides being President of the School Board he owns a Drug Store, which is known as Gifford's Pharmacy. Prior to buying the Drug Store, Mr. Gifford was connected with the Duggar Van Zant Company of this city. Mr. Gifford has a family of two children, Virginia, who was editor of the Shadow last year and is now a freshman in Butler University, and Billy, who will enter high school next year. MR. GENTRY Mr. Gentry, the Secretary of the School Board, has served in that capacity for more than ten years, which proves to us that no better secretary could be found for serving on the School Board. His willing- ness to do all he can for the welfare of the school has earned him a high place as a friend of the students. He is a member of the law firm Gentry, Cloe EB Campbell. Three daughters of Mr. Gentry, Louise, Esther, and Josephine have graduated from Nobles- ville High School during his term of office. Louise and Esther are both graduates of DePauw, and Josephine is now in her first year at that college. Louise. his oldest daughter, was a teacher of English in the High School two years ago. MR. HANKLEY N, Mr. Hankley is serving his third term as a mem- ber of the School Board, having been appointed the Treasurer. When Mr. Findley resigned as Treasurer of the School Board, and Mr. Hankley was appointed to take his place, it was not long before Mr. Hankley proved that a wise selection had been made. Other than performing his duties as a member of the School Board, Mr. Hankley is a member of the firm of Hill Company which deals in furniture. Mr. Hankley has one daughter Marie Hankley Wild, who is also a former editor of the School annual. The Treasurer of the School Board, strives to do everything that will be for the betterment for the school and community and he is indeed a competent member of the School Board. 4 X :..k,.p.. .,., . M M .... ft'ijgQQQfjQ"""'i'Zgi"""r'.,ff-1. rjf?""""""" ,. ., X fix xr egg X xsxxs kk p . .......... ss... ........ ....... 7 .... 1 .... z.s:.... ..... . .... , ....... E ........... Seventeen X X .. .X X N X X X X MWXW xxxx A X x...x X 7f,"'f" v I F, N. MISS OSA VUOODRINM Vw'II.I.IAM HARLSER M155 THIELMA HARR MISS l.I1A'l'llA XVOOD XV.'XI.'I'ER lfI.I.IOT'I' MISS l.l2'I"l'IE CAREY NTISS N1ARCEUVRI'I'li SAWYI-R MINS. IJLORIENCIZ I,ATHROI'I1 fl. V. RUTHIQRIIORD X X Eighluen IiI:c..IxIe HIIIsIss MIM lIIIs tim XVII I.1AIzIr IIUUQII Im I R'r'lI I I- .IIIIINMIN Al1OI,I'H MII I I I li Miss S.'XML'lfI I .-I Slllf.-XI XR'AI'II4Ie M l'll"I5 IVIIXS Nlllfl.-XM .IIINIAS lflil-IJ M. S'I'ARIz HAROI IH KVI l Y ,YI l7I'IL'I'V7 FTY???'Pi?" rv' ....,.,.,., ..a.....x.........,.,.....,..,,,M.u........,...,....s..........,...........,,.,..T...,.........,........,...,,.. ....,...,....,..,.g ....M,A.,..................gr...........,,,,....c.?........,,m.,..,...,.,........:,..,,..,,,:...,.....:.........:.:.,.,..::i.,....,....u,.,..gka... V V ,v wg ,,....... .....a..,, ..., V ,,,,,,v, IV. V so QD fiD..QQj ea 2 .ev Q1 cw .425 6163. an csv G1-CD c Faculty OSA DELL WOODRING, B. S. Sewing Gaston High School Ball Teachers College "A sweet content Passing all wisdom or its fairest flower. WILLIAM HARGER, B. S. Mathematics and Physics Noblesville High School Butler University X "I will neither yield tothe song of the siren, nor to the voice of the hyena, the tears of the crocodile, nor the howling of the wolf". THELMA HARR, Director of Physical Training and Health for Girls Noblesville High School Indiana University Faculty Advisor of the Girls Athletic Association. "Her very foot has music in't As she comes up the stairs." LEATHA FERN WOOD, A. B. Botany and Latin Red Key High School Indiana University American Academy in Rome Faculty Advisor of the Freshman Latin Club. rr Thank heaven for teal What Would the world do with out tea? Hou: did it exist? I am glad I was not 'born before tea." WALTER ELLIOT Music Salem High School Valparaiso University Jordon Conservatory Ball Teachers College Faculty Advisor of the Boys Glee Club Faculty Advisor of the Girls Glee Club Faculty Advisor of the Orchestra Faculty Advisor of the Band "A proper man as one shall see in a summer's day." LETTIE CAREY, A. B. English .A Lapel High School University of 'Arizona "T'were all one That I should love a bright particular star, And think to wed it." MARGUERITE SAWYER, A. B. Latina' Muncie High School Ball Teachers College g Columbia University Faculty Advisor of the Lonesome Club Sponsor of Senior Class Faculty Advisor of "The Shadow" Faculty Advisor of the Senior Latin Club. To those that know thee not, No' words can paint! And those who know thee, Know all words are faint." FLCRENCE LATHROPE Art Delphi High School John Herron Art School Indiana University Indiana State Normal Faculty Advisor of the Art Club "For sufferance is the badge of all our tribe." E. V. RUTHERFORD, Principle, A. B. Chemistry and English St. Paul High School Hanover College United States Naval Academy Faculty Advisor of the Hi-Y Vice-president of Parent Teachers Association President of the Athletic Association. V f'He reads much, He is a great observer and he looks Quite through the deeds of men." T5 ' XY .155 . . -.-. -X ' 'A 1. ,Q-PT if ?gxi.,,f.f'w'f1fv1 52 t'-- f1ixsg..J' Nfifts,-' uf f"Q'ffx,f-XA , " ct- -7 -, ..... 4 Twenty 1 ' ' .-..t 4 5. 'F ' f,5s,.-,aff :Lx , -v-use-xf..,Ag-: -'.1'gwt-'a:.3j-stage i , -V ' '14 ,LH as as caiiii ei is ev an Faculty EDGAR HOBBS, B. S. Industrial Arts and Algebra ' Greentown High School Ball Teachers College . ' "Gee to bed with the Lambe, And 'rise with the Larke." Lois CoY, A. B. Foods and English Anderson High School Otterbein College Director of School Cafeteria . "A peace above all earthly dignities, A still and quiet conscience." WILLARD B. HOUGH, A. B. . Director of Physical Training and Health for Boys ' Scottsburg High School Hanover College . ,"Everybody knows him, And he knows everybody." LUCILLE Joi-1NsoN, A. B. History Shortridge High School, Indianapolis Earlham College . ' Faculty Advisor of the Citizenship Club "The fairest garden in her looks, And in her mind the wisest books." ADOLPH'F. NIUELLER, English Manual Training High School, Indianapolis Wabash College University of Wisconsin Faculty Advisor of "The Levinson" Director of Senior Class Play "Whate'er he did was done with so much ease, In him alone 'twas natural to please." SAMUELLA SHEARER, A. B. Commercial Shortridge High School, Indianapolis Butler University Indiana State Normal "There is no mistake: There has been no mistake: And there shall be no mistake."' FRED M. STARR, Supt., A. B. Bainbridge High School DePauw University University of Chicago University of Berlin' "A moral, sensible, and well bred man." WALTER M. P1T'rs, A. B. Mathematics Westfield High School A Q Earlham College - Faculty Advisor of the Junior Class Treasurer of the Athletic Association- "Zounds! I was never so bethump'd with words ' Since I first call'd my brother's s. father dad." 5 .Ji .. ia? MIRIAM JONES, A. B. r French and English .1 Walnut Grove High School I h 5 ,ii I Ball Teachers College X. 9, -.Fix Faculty Advisor of the French Club -" - A ' A f "Fain would I, but I dare not: I dare, and yet I may not, if I may, although I care not, for pleasure " when I play not." ' 'ii ' ' X HAROLD W. KELLY, A. B. - get A History Wiley High School, Terre Haute. Indiana State Normal WN Indiana University I FAX Faculty Advisor of the'Citizenship Club .2 A - "It seems to me I said shej that you are in some brown study." .ga ,i-.:ig..T:Qi.T?,3:i.g.: ..... ..... .Q..iH7..5.j.,,T.iEEi.E.T:.....W...-,..g,,,.X.,. ..... 1 -. .- . .. . , .W...., , e W. ""'Wt'ri" ""'-' if"ir"""' "M" T" I Twenty-one V , r., :ga :Hon - .ge-' .A . . 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The School More than fifty years ago Noblesville High School was commissioned in Indiana, and it has maintained that commission to date. Since that time the development of schools, particularly secondary Qhighb schools, has been more rapid and far-reaching than any one could then have supposed it would be: and the change is still taking place. We must not lose sight of the fact that our school is a public school. sup- ported by the people, and intended to be operated for their greatest benefit. ln order to secure the greatest benefit we believe that the ideals and standards of our school must be high and diflicult enough to challenge the minds of all. We believe: l. That too much time has been squandered on a few pupils whose natur- al ability is low, and that not enough time has been spent on those pupils whose mental standard is high. 2. That the most intelligent pupils have been neglected and for that reason have been menaced by the school merely because they were not kept busy. 3. That in order to best serve our community this high school should require that every one work to the limit of his capacity. placing the emphasis. not on the slow, or delinquent pupils as has been done in the past. but rather on those that are better endowed naturally and are more industrious. 4. That the subjects taught are not an end in themselves but merely a means to an end: that the greatest benefit comes to a student not from facts, gleaned and remembered from books, but from habits of industry, honesty, and punctuality, and from a developed personal responsibility. 5. That the homes of all pupils are vital factors determining not- only their school success, but their life's success. -E. V. Rutherford .QEli,1.l..iQ ..,...................a .. . ..... ,. .. ac... X . . . ..... a ........ , ................ ,. ..... -...,.......,............... 1 , . - s1ii'SX. af st ' "' t"' to ,f""". A dw 2 X 5 XX.. is 5 si Ng .s gl? 'T . . . f , S .. 1 ..... ii,-:N S ii . X S .. .Xfi .......,. ....f.Q-,,...i,,.,f5'4 Twenly-seven fe QQQQQQGP-f?9a9 we we fe fe Q59 Q Q S2 we QQ eaefw 229062 69 Why Not Goshen? No, So, you don't live in'Goshen: You eat there: sleep there: I l Draw from there your life, 'And live in sunny Italy and Greece. Perhaps, if you should live in Goshen- Since you know Rome and Greece and Paradise- The "small talk" might grow larger, and men come - To plant their dreams and not their cabbage in the moon. The soil is good in Goshen: Stars shine, skies are clear and fair: If you should LIVE in Goshen: They and you might see, New worlds of life and peace, Not hid from them and thee. fi gr Pt" n,. H . W ri g -Hiram B. Harrison 3-YF as i as ' G W if or .otoy o is Y Y ,V V, ,,,. f , , , , V, W, ' - W V, - " I ,, , , ' ' I Twenty-eight A .E55,, ' Blair ' A-T' Qaigg J' ' W WM- i fm , na L Y K Q N u 74 if D W Q x '1 ,X 'N V f g kjyyll UWM 1 ,lf x if " X Q X ' H ,xnxx Nfl' ' 'X 'lffyf Z, '15 , Vfy ! jiyjfrltll I . - f'.' ', 7. M ,il . 8,1 5 9 4,v6,1f?,'71" Seniors 2WQ1?fff"f ' Os .07 Y .X M . .fe ,Q Jaw 'sf f.?f..s'X'...T!f3f,. fy 5' X' ,.:.1iQ.g.::Jc.,fkggQ..fig:.i.,Sl ..x,,X t:..Wi:4.,.iX::4f...a.:1L. it History of Senior Class of 1929 During the Consulship of Griffey and Stockinger in the year of Nineteen Hundred and twenty-six, eighty-six Libertini were summoned to the "Forum." The First Watch had struck! The fatal hour! The eighty six "Libertini" were taken into the all-powerful presence of the Faculty, the "Patres Con- scriptif' At last they had arrived at the place of their desires-the Temple of N. H. S., each "Libertinus" with the determination to do his best! The Girls were placed under the guidance and protection of the "Everybody's Lonesome Club" and the Boys the Hlron Sides." Soon the iirst year had passed with its mysteries and new work. Each "Libertinus" had grown in Knowledge and School Spirit. The Second Watch! the inexperienced "Libertini" had become the "Com- mons," sixty-nine in number. During the second watch the "Commons" strived diligently to succeed in their school work. At the stroke of the Third Watch the new consulship of Rutherford and Starr was established. The "Commons" were now the proud wearers of the "Narrow purple stripe" a first mark of Nobility, the "Equites."' From their number of iifty-two they chose eflicient Commanders for the year, Lowell Bennett, President: Frank Graham, Vice-president, and Isabelle Campbell, Secretary-Treasurer. For their most honored i'Dictator" they chose Miss Marguerite Sawyer who helped them through their last two years of school life to the best of her ability. The great responsibility was now theirs-that of entertaining the "Senatores." The Equites were true to their name "of the Nobility" and worked during the whole watch. The Equites being of an unusual brilliance introduced to N. H. S. the Standard Rings and Invitations which were approved by the various classes. The Royal Purple Curtains of Time are beginning to close and the Fourth Watch has nearly reached its end. The "Libertini" of long ago are now of the "Ordo Senatorisf' the true Nobles. From the forty nobles were chosen the oflicers for the year, Cedric Foland, President: George Dickson, Vice-president: Athalene Woddell, Treasurer, and Alice Baker, Secretary. Four long watches have held these nobles within the walls of the beloved Forum. Each Noble has contributed something to his school and has been repaid greatly. Four watches have done much for the Nobles not only in mental developement but in their physical being as well. From out of their number came those who have in them the real traits of "Good and Clean Sportsmanship." They gave the best they had in them for their school competing in the "Public Games" as real sportsmen deserving of the laurel wreath. Those who so nobly lived up to their name and worthy of mention are: Robert Duckwall, Frank Graham, Orville Wilson, Cedric Foland, Lowell Bennett, Ralph Goettal, Fletcher Sterne, John Lehr, and many others. The Nobles who did not take active part in the games were none the less active in other activities. They were ready to lend-a-hand and gave their best to N. H. S. Now the Nobles have reached their destination, the end of the fourth watch and are ready to meet what the "Fates have decreed" for them. -Mary Esther Brooks .,,........ Ti,..5gg..W..g ..,., .. , ..i.i.,., .,.,.,.. . ,.... ........ . .,..,.,..,..... .......,. ite , ' H .... ff-sux: QW NW if X 4 S f if .,........... S...ai1.f,,,,gii1.,.., ..... , "i't .....,... , .... f ....,.,.. f. Thirty N., . tt, .X.,x, .xxx ..... , ,x,. . ..X., , . .....,,M..,,,,.,.W.., .,,. A .--W ...x . ...X. .......m..................,. H 1 K h 1 x.., . Xi, ....,. st ,,,g.. QM .... in .,,.... .Q .,....... V ., 5 ,...,, ..,. , .., ..., 1.4.......:,:.,... , , 1't--wr-3.3.31 .3,a:t-af ' ' ..,,, ...., It.: fa, ..,..,t..s1.a,,.B.'l4,..:.c..i...,s.,..s... ..... ,QM X..... S ,...... i f.1.t.E.axc.L.,,3..'..?,l,s..'.x' 1.1 1 1 CEDRIC1 FOLAND, President We grunt, although he had much LUIII. He was very shy ol' useing it. Athletic Association 113 123 133 143: Ironsidc Club 113 123: Hi-Y 133 143: President Hi-Y 143: Latin Club 123 1431 Junior Executive Com- mittee: Football 123 133 143 I Basketball 133 143 3 Athletics Editor-Shadow Staff: Cast: "The Man From Toronto." ALICE BAKER. Secretary Thou hast no sorrow in thy song, No winter in Ihy year. Lonesome Club 113 123 133 143: Secretary of Lonesome Club 123: Junior-Senior Prom Committee: Secretary of Girl's Glee Club 143: Feature Editor of Annual Staff: Levin Sun Staff 143: Athletic Association 113 123 133 143: Latin Club 123 143: C1irl's Glee Club 143: Casts: "Sleepy Head's Luck." "The Man From Toronto." GEORGE DICKSON, Vice-president Like two single gentlemen rolled into one, Athletic Association 113 123 133 143: Ironsides Club 113 123: Hi-Y 143 3 Latin Club 123 143 3 Circulation Manager Shadow Staff: Orchestra 133 143 2 Baseball 123 2 Wrestling 133 3 Football 143 1 Cast: "Pickles," Q ATHALENE WODDELL, Treasurer Thinking is but an idle waste of thought And nought is everything, and everything is nought. Athletic Association 113 123 133 143: French Club 1433 Girls Athletic Association 133 143: Cwlee Club 133 143: Lonesome Club 113 123 133 143: Levin Sun Stall' 133 143: Inter-class basketball 113 123 133 143: Cast: "Pickles" . X ,K .3 I f X . ElLci"f,."."a .f ..T..:.'lfELQ:E?.. ....' .,.a I 'V FM " 3 7 315 ...-f'.i.,.g:-.g.....1..fit,..,-.,1t.t-g.gi......ffgli,1gQ,,Q,,ii::iiffi.t1t,Q,ig1 ,tt, 37- if- ig xl Rf? J Thirty-one -- V .. .x . .... kk . .X .x.x is IQ... . x.X. ,..xx... is .xx..xx. 5 :X X A A A x N, Orval Wilson: A lion among ladies. Mary Tate: She was as good as she was fair. Sarah Kepner: Her air. her manners, all who saw admired. Alberta Nichols: Oh, my luve's like a red, red rose, That's newly sprung in June. Fletcher Sterne: A bold bad man. Thelma White: She that asks her dear ive hundred friends. Lois Cornelius: My cake is dough. Ralph Goettal: I am slow of study. Dorotha Weaver: She tried the luxury of doing good. Mabel Almond: Here's metal more attractive. MQ. ..,.. Q ...,...,..........kr ,a.....ccccc. ....... M ...r . .. . Q K Y K N K X f .TTQQPQ A X cg: X X X N f'M5afXx S Ixfi "t- i1-X., XX sf so ' , - X , x QNX . K A ' J OS X it f -X ' so X X - W X A N .....r..... .c.,. amz: r.r..r....r.rr... ......r...c M - N X ,,...-,,,,.c.a,s..,,.. WW. awe.. Thirty-two l . .. ..x....x.x,X . ....,. ...,.,.....a..,..,., .xxX.. a.,...,,e x..., ......,..,.e...,,.,..a.W.,., ...... , .....,...t---.......,..,..,..... Q 4 Q X , . Q. .... . k ,k ,.,.Q, M k,. k,ki,.l.,,,,. , N sg? Q Xis nw.. l-owell Bennett: If he had any faults, he has left us in doubt. lrene Kinnamani The joy of youth and health her eyes displayed. Mary Esther Brooks: What a case am l inf lola Wiles: She is a winsome wee thing. John Lehr: l have an exposition of sleep come upon me. Lucille Sharp: A parlous girl. Martha I-leiny: They are only truly great who are truly good. Clarence Alden: Man delights not me: No, nor woman neither. Dorcas Simmerman: Your heart's desires be with you! Katherine Moser: Be good, sweet maid, and let who will be clever. , I x 11. K' K Xi" . "'i ' 'fifff i."i' X ',-. IRQ, ,N- .. , E SX ., , News . ical gs-exggg . A- A A ..... ..,,.. .,...,.,. ' Thrrt y- three ...ai .,.,... ..x.X.xx x,... . .x.xx.x.x.. . . ...,.,...g ,.Xxx.x.xx ,. X .... X ...Q ...xx,..,., . x.xN , ...x, . . x...,.. ...ii X X X- X X X . .Nt .X Joe Swing: Oh, love! has she done this to thee? What shall, alas! be- come of me? Elizabeth Forsythe: A mother's pride, a father's joy. Katherine Gerrard: Give, oh give me back my heart. Isabelle Campbell: More is thy due, Than more than all can pay. Robert Duckwall: In every deed of mischief he had a head to contrive and a hand to execute. Edna McPherson: But, for my own part, it was Greek to me. Lelia Elliott: The very pink of perfection. James Goodnight: l would the gods had made thee poetical! Sylvia Figenbaum: She wears the rose of youth upon her. Ruth West: Not stepping o'er the bounds of modesty. X. A..i..i..:WsQ,.!..?.xQ..ii ........ ...... R... ....... ......... .....t.,.. .... . i ...x. . ............ M -k.k . x.......... ...... . ..,.,....l.S .... S.. x Q BQ .h 5,2 so -.Mg .1 X pcs, . .5 X x L g.,E.w.ix. 55 Xxikiksxrmxi K .X:.kNiQE Xi :XXX E225 .swag gg ..., X X If ,Sc-X ee: - x s Ng-s.i i 9. ik.. .. - . X ix-so .cz XX - S ,kv lxxsms .X M by - i -1 K. Nt . ix. N Y . S y f t xi .S X. t X ......... ...... ,. ....... . X ........... X ......... . ..... ..... ..1g.:.sc.........s.ss1 .... .... Thirty-four A sr, ,rt Vs.-eww-1'-5-e.5-X .mW ,XQX Q,-" 'X 5 j J If K E X3 X Nt 5 iff'ai::f'fj?':i?:Ngi:i'g':iri'a'fsiig.T"'fii:iiZiiiiiiiiifiliflfliff..WIIITQZLR ,...., iywdvrskx 1 . .X , iv x . ,. . X ., .- W:1..:,.,g.e..,a2.....:... ra.. ..., ,, ..,31..a.t...x.er .Q:eM.1,..W.,s,ta,,..ffQ....::..,...:...,.1,.:.:s,W.Q.s.aa .... :.sci,.j f K 9 Lavonnne Huff: Sigh'd and look'd, and sigh'd again. Frank Graham: A snapper-up of unconsidered trifles. Ruby Brooks: Silence is sweeter than speech. l-ouis Gibbons: l'll warrant him heart whole. Mildred Summer: And ease of heart her every look conveyed. Isabelle Haverstick: But to see her was to love her, Love but her and love forever, Herman Grimes: Live to be the show and gaze o' the time. Ralph Whitsell: Silence is the perfectest herald of joy. Joe Eller: Be there a will, wisdom Hnds a way. THE CLASS OF '20 liour short years we've spent together Climbing the sharp incline. The hill that meant so much to us The Class of '29. Our steps, they sometimes faltered And many dropped by the way. But the ones who stuck together Are the ones who meant to stay. We dread to leave this place 'I'hat's meant so much to all, And now we labor for ourselves To conquer or to fall. 1 il And as down the path we wander, ll On through the fields of time There will be a render feeling For the Class of '29, --Athalene lVoddell. M. A . . ff' ka..,...:.e...:.,ls......ss... -tv + X er rat J -f' l 'f r ff-A 1 ' N r X X r ttsst Thirty-Hue X X X X. - X XX X X X X X X X X X W X 'X X X X XXX X x -,MX,X v,f X A.. ,f"" .f .X mmfwymm za: K, 04.1, ifQQf..f'-f.X 1 .. ' ---- P- XX .X.-- .X 5 KQV' --X- XKYQXLX X .. X S. k,fX . X. X x. X XXX. ..., XX X :.:::f' XX- N X X ...... X, ...... .. .. . X M K1 i ak: QLULLI 3. 73,03 if A r ff F "" 1 ' I, w P - . I It ,X yi 'V . 3 X . sg g V .2 - , ' . W a X F' -I , 2 I I ' Xa F ' ' ' M Q 5 X 'X X , ' J 1 X - . K X K . X. X ...- X XsK.XXXX K .- XX KX. X X - X 1. XXX L. XXX' . Q X X... X X .X .L .K . X. X X X 'X X X JD W 950 A . Q , ,M .ay-1 'ck idx 'N A 1 J ff, .P4 I- , 4 ,Wg 3 my N V" , A W y ,M Q9 H ,N XV' 'If Grfgfmxsbp ff MMV I 1 ' I mir '50 r AN 4 WW, Z- C222 V, ., A 1 .N Q , mx S U 130 . . ' X gm' jumors Q9 f . .... ...., ,... .. ...., M .... ........,...,...,..g.......,.,......,...,,..N..,............,................a,,,....,.,...,.,.................,,,.,.,..r..,.c........c......,.,,c,.,...... Junior Class History ln September, the year one thousand nine-hundred twenty-six, Anno Domini, there came into the Halls of Noblesville High School ninety boorish, bungling, clownish, clumsy, gawky, awkward Freshmen. Although of the well-known color of grass, these First year students showed no mental in- feriority, but their color was often seen adorning the Honor Roll. As no first year organization is permitted, the class as a whole accomplished little, but certain individuals were outstanding in athletics and other school activities. The Class of '30 came back the next fall fnineteen twenty-sevenj to resume their task of gaining further knowledge of the curriculum of High School. Al- though diminished to the number of fifty-six the spirit was in no way lessened, and their zeal was noticeable as these Sophomores, as they were now called. began the second year of their High School career. This year differed little from the preceding one: lt was practically the same ones whose scholastic standing was high, and some few were on the various athletic squads. Near the end of this lap the entire class met and elected Mr. Pitts, sponsor: H. Harrell Granger, President: Marion Roudebush, Vice-president, and Mary Davis, Secretary-Treasurer. These individuals were to pilot the "black sheep" of '30 Cas they were sometimes referred toj through their Junior year. According to Boglis Law, the volumne decreases as pressure is increased, and thus it was with the i'Thirtians." Only fifty-five returned to N. H. S. at the beginning of the year '28-29 to continue their higher education. With someone to lead, this industrious group started out the year by building a new candy booth, a thing unheard of for many a year, which was to replace that odious bit of scenery Cthe baby blue structure that formerly stood in the halls.j Over the counter of the new structure has passed many a nickel, part of which will help in the many activities a class must sponsor in its four year course. Not only have they been making money, but other things have occupied their attention, not as a class but as individuals. Several members of the varsity football squad were Juniors, several of the basketball men were also Juniors, and at present not a few hopeful Juniors are out for track. Athletics is not all. for there are still those who continue to lead in the scholastic standing. There were two contests this year and although they failed to win the High School Athletic Association penant, the "black sheep"' were the victors in the Shadow Sales Contest and the banner hangs on the east wall to attest this fact. Let us look forward a little, the Junior-Senior banquet is approaching and although no definite plans have been made, all of the various committees have been appointed and soon work will be begun in earnest to provide for the best banquet anyone ever attended. Just wait and see! After proving their mettle by staying the course for three of the four years of High School life, those who are left are surely capable enough to come back next year, sit on the north side of the assembly, be an example for the under- classmen, and proudly carry the banner of the class of '3O. -H. Harrell Granger, Marion Roudebush xXXc.......c,.. ..s.... ,....... ..,.,,. t iQ.g,x..: ...... .,.. ..,.,.. .........g.. S .... A .. ........ ical ......., lil ,. .,...... , .,.....,. .X.. ..... . ..... , ....,.. . ,ts ,..... , ..,.. , . 'X t 'X -flaws.--.., .. FXS, -- J 3 X ifws .. t' 'lt Xt-' 'Ns X' . NX' ' af f iff x ws L. ,. ..,., .VKXX Z 'Q Q K 'ij 5. ,R gf Qhrey tg X . ' .5 -. .5521 Q, .xx f' 2321.W...I1...,,..,,..lr,.e:it..lQg.r.g.f.Z .............. ...., . ..... 3 ........... ..... E ..., tr: .... ..... .,..,. X .... gig ,...., s. Thirty - eight ....A, -..c.... SLf:i....i'f LV 5.31 it-15 ..-a,,. . ...Cc ,,Y.,.....-a.,R . F, .. Ri. ..,,. ,.7....,.,:-, ...-,::....a,.,.,...:,.....r: ..,,. atv...,.I.,,,.l, ,... W. ...,.. T ,.:,.:,,,,Q..a..,,,f.....,.Q,,.7l.,Q...,,i.... ...... X...,. . . .. ., .. ....i.X,X,x...gX.K.. XX X gkqtXg f:i'- 144- S tt X'.l..Lf,?,fXf...fsQ .X. ,a ,...f i:,,3.t- , Y ...,i Junior Class Oflicers I-IARRELL GRANGER "One of the most outstanding students in school" is the reputation gained by this honored pilot of the Juniors. 'ATwisty" has been a notable in all phases of N. H. S. life, serving as Treasurer of the Hi-Y last year, Student Manager of the Basketball Team: Business Manager of the Levin Sun and as a prominent member of the football team. I-larrell's personality and guidance have been dominating factors in the success of the Class of '30, MARY DAVIS The most responsible position of the Juniors is that of Secretary-Treasurer. A glance at the picture of Mary leads to the conclusion that no better Secretary- Treasurer could have been chosen. By her willingness to help at all times she has gained a popularity that extends even beyond her own classmates. Last year she took a leading part in the Living Pictures, portraying Miss Columbia. She also has a natural aptitude for salesmanship and has helped the school many times in the sale of tickets. MARIGN ROUDEBUSH The second member of the Junior staff, the Vice-president, has been no less efficient and capable than the first. I-Ie, too, has served in many different capaci- ties as Circulation Manager of the Levin Sun: a Consul of the Senior Latin Club: and also plays on the varsity basketball and football teams. Hisexecu- tive ability and pleasing disposition have gained for him the admiration of his classmates. -Barbara Foland I M I K' g t . X K, Q A .... L ...lg.'QQQ,fQQiiII'1iQIQ.imkQ Qi. ' , ' - QNX! J' xg 1 , kJl..p-Qxe, '-5 A ..sQfi'fi 'X W5 5 g1.?:.Z:ix', .sl sq? ..,. A X 3 .,.,. is ...,. .,,.g ,:.egf5iSFQQx'f..E3s.5"'. X iv'-if Thirly-nine ..... .... ...X X X X.X.. .SX X ,xx. -ia., if-'N K' Y, 'ls-x-11-N :Y -x I .. -. fs ' - , K- - - X -- - .... t x 2 3 X 2 X .L g X X X K X x x X X, Mary Opal Williams, Morris Cooper, Nola Knarr, l.ouise Zeigler, Robert Conant, Alice Neff. Avenelle Mosbaugh, 'Harold Sapper, Frances Horney, Phillip Montague, Edith Salsbery, Max Morris. Mary Wyant, Julia Kirkman, James Armstrong, Grace DeVaney, Mae McClintock, Wil- liam Hiatt. Robert Zeis, Barbara Poland, Lowry Ashley, George Bundy, Lee Coverdale, Eloise Bicknell, Edgar Males. N X NN1- - -X xx X, , -S-.mst or , X -s - , ef - ,r cas-X , X ,ef -H., Y X if f Aft- 1 5 'XX 'fs -X X . ..--sz.--Nb-E .ay - Qt- ,ss - xc X f X as if XXX--in s.--este -R- M W- 11- if pi X NX N x s 0 1 1 . fc we S sm. X. K at f .- r X:-V ' 2 x g, - it -H+ sr H X- X x E X.. - X, X. V L r t w- - -. t, ,f .. . xc . ......... ..,,...s,a..t. .. ...tt,.......r............ . ..,t .t.... . . .. . .... .. ..... . t .......... fm ....... s... ee... : .... iw: ., ...ee... t.ee .,..,..r... 1 1 Kewl .... ..t, , .. t..... t.t..........,. H.-we ,sie ,... ....,.....,W.....,,..ss.si,,,. Forty , , ,,, , , . .x,. K .,.,,, ,Xx. ....,,,T... Alice Carey. Albert Earl. Martha Brobst. Bert W'illiams. Thelma l.ehr. Marion Beaver Arnold Randall. Mary Catherine Roberts. Paul Vwlhitsell. Alice Roherts, Harry Musselman. Margaret Weaver, liugene Baldwin, Alta Cloverdale. Margaret Maker. Helen XVheeler. Richard Zeis. 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MX ,miss as x..x.x. .LXX.. xxxx , .x.x , tt x.x.x,...x t ..xxxx.X t .xxxxxx N xx.xX. A dt. x.X..x,x L xx.x L.X.X. se Q .x.. se ....: , X..x.x get ,:...s... Henrietta, Wilson, Viola Pfaff, Mary Paskins, George Craycraft, Jr., Virginia Mott, Ronald Blessing, Lynn Roberts, Alice Sterne. Catherine McGuire, Neva Mae Hall, Robert Totten, Earl Christ, Mildred Stevens, Helen Riggs, Lester Benson, Rosalind Butler. George Cullen, Ethel Srite. George Grifnn, Edna Moser, Loretta Evans, Louise Woodruff, Joyce Simmerman, Ozro Carson. Iva Kirby, Roy Reveal, Emma Clark, Ruby McClintock, Ralph West, Elizabeth Cheeseman, Betty Jo Fritschie, Ralph Castetter. Thelmagene Brown, Raymond Grimes. Vivian McCord, Edwin Fisher, William Alden, Emerson Moore, Clayton Evans, Edgar Stafford. Fairy Cook, Margaret Brasher, Elorence Warner, Haley Coverdale, Berle Alden, Florence Castetter, Raymond Weaver, Vergil Day, Eloise Brooks. X. x'X. li ..,.,. , ..... ..... , .,,,.tte, ..,....... K M L ,.,..,.r x ...,... 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Sarah liisher, Vvlanzla Kinsey. Lester Vilellman. Richard Roberts. Robert Mussclman. Kenneth liller, Robert Tucker. Cleo Williams. Robert Gunn, Louise Vilooclrulf. Percy Castor, Blanch Vililson. Donald liisher. liloise Paskins, John Guilkey. Sylvia Dorman. Lucille Vi'hitsell. Ruth Musselman. Louise Vilarren. Alice liolancl. Maxine Moser. lirances Baker. Maxine XK'iggins. Mary Anne Kraft. Lois Vklhelchel. Clyde Nichols. Helen Lehr, Robert Roudebush. Lucille Roberts. Ralph Beaver. Anna Vwlainscott, Patricia Probst. a. fi 3 Y A S if V A.. 1.4 . 1 b 1 K A 4 I 1 Z' is f 4' xl X ' XX t as Ns Y Q cf' X .. it tt.. ...... Q .,..,. 5 ,.,., ..., .,,,. Q .t,.,... . Forty - nine . ,. .ax N is XX ,X ww vi 'T 1 9.9, ,. x,,,tA..,.tX ,l i X X X X X! .....x... tl X,.... X ...... Q .x.X. . X -xx ,5,:.-Q X X X Xxxx x.X. N W.W,..M .xX. X,.WM.X.Aw,.,,.X...W,w.. QJQWM W 5 U8 'M7 s p v l w l x kavifwbgllw er Qtr.,-M. X X LMEUV HIWUITH IES -' - A nur- A" Mum'---"' 5 , BMV" .Bw -: fy .2 Aj w 3 7 X . K t Lx.,. .... ..gs,....Ll,.. ,.., TW ..,, . ,..,, ..3..2.,,,gi., ..... x...x,. ..,. WSW. ....k I .L r- . Q -,asf Q: Mft .- -gg., . fs ts is .. . A X l .. ..... , .l.......x4.g,.:.s.,.,.... .... .-... ...... 1... ...x M .....,.:......k. ...x. -...s:pM....:-.... .... :..............s.........x..a.....ls.r......x.-:... ewxs...,.3.1:..1...:....4...3:s.. .... . ..ah. ,7 f, - ,.. X lift- .GQ gf JL Emi Art Club , f ri 1 4 V, lifilflsl The art classes have been unusually ,,Q,'ll j V ffl? ' rf active this year for they organized an Q 'QT' u . "lib-i sg Art Club and accomplished much in 1' jk ' ii 3 ll-T' i ' , spreading the appreciation of art. The - l ll ' 'i.i5i'i7Li f ...,,, I.-:fri Art Club held its first meeting in Janu- i I" ' " ""'4""' ary with a pitch-in-supper at the home of Mary Esther Brooks. The constitu- T TQ ' 5 2r I 'Wi' 1 .,. ., U 1 tion which was written by Frank Gra- 'T ' " ' ""' ham was accepted unanimously by the club. In February the Art Club was invited to join the National Federation of Art Clubs which our Art Club was glad to do and was proud to be among the first to belong. The Art Club attended the Twenty-second Annual Exhibition of the work of Indiana Artists and Craftsmen which was held March 3-31 at the John Herron Art Institute at Indianapolis. The Art Club was conducted around the building and heard lectures on the different exhibitions by Miss Hasselman who is an artist and who had some work on exhibit. The Club was also very in- terested in seeing the water colors on exhibit by Florence Barclay Smithburn who is the sister-in-law of Charles Smithburn. The Art Club was delighted to be introduced to Mrs. Rene Barnes who is quite prominent in the art circle. Mrs. Barnes, who is a personal friend of Mrs. Lathrope, has had exhibits at the Pettis store at Indianapolis and has sold many of her pictures for high prices at the Hoosier Art Salon in Chicago. The art club felt greatly repaid for its trip for the members learned a great deal about the older Indiana Artists and the new ones. The John Herron Art Institute offers a scholarship each year and we are proud to say that Charles Kirby won the 1928 scholarship and is doing quite well at the school. The art classes are especially grateful to the American National Bank and the Butler Printing Company. The Bank presented to the classes a press and the Printing Company a roller for the linoleum print blocks which the art classes make every year. The Art Classes won 315.00 in prizes for their exhibition at Indianapolis last year. They also won 840.00 in pictures. The Art Club bought a Godey print with the prize money and are going to buy a picture by an Indiana Artist sometime in the future. I The art classes had a contest to see who could make the best drawing of the Gymnasium or the High School. The best drawing has a place in the "Shadow." The drawing of the arch and Gymnasium by Frank Graham was selected as the best. Other art work in the "Shadow" is by Richard Zeis, a member of the Art Club. V- ff. Ii , The officers of the Art Club are: FRANK GRAHAM - ..,,.,.. .zzz --..-- .z., President MARY ESTHER BROOKS ,... . z,... Vice-president LUCILLE SHARPE ,,..,, -,.--Secretary-Treasurer -Lucille Sharpe .'..' fi x. W- .rs 23. wif 1' Maj.f'Xf.ffsflgigfi'H -if is X Fifty-three X X X X ANN lst Row: Dorothy Janert, Secretary: Barbara Poland. Vice-president: Mrs, Fred Hines, Sponsor: Miss Margurite Sawyer. Faculty Advisor: Mary Esther Brooks, President. Znd Row: Audrey Snyder, Assistant Play Director: Lavonne Huff. Play Directorg Martha Heiny, Treasurer. The Everybody's Lonesome Club The Everybody's Lonesome Club, to which every girl in high school belongs, was organized by two former teachers of Noblesville High School, Miss Ruth Stone and Mrs. Alice Hughes Dugon. This year the Lonesome Club is four- teen years old, having been organized in 1915. Since that time, Mrs. Fred Hines or "Aunt Mattie," as she is known to all the girls has served as sponsor, and indeed all the praise that is given to the high school girls in their Club work is due to "Aunt Mattie." The same idea that was started last year of having Big and Little Sisters was carried out again this year. In this way, the girls became acquainted more easily, and a closer band of friendship resulted. Heretofore, the Play-Director of the club has had full charge of the stunts and parties: now, the girls have been divided into squads with a faculty sponsor and a student captain for each squad, and these squads assume the responsibility for the stunts and parties. At the beginning of this year it was decided to place a one-hundred dollar scholarship in the high school, instead of a scholarship of fifty dollars in the high school and one of fifty dollars in the Philippines. An entertainment is given each year by the club to make the scholarship money: this year Mr. Frederick Krull of Indianapolis gave a Riley Recital in the High School Auditorium. In March a chile supper was given by the club: the proceeds of which went toward the scholarship. An alumnae organization of the Lonesome Club was started this year with Bernice Hines as Chairman and 'Ethel Baker as Secretary-Treasurer. Every year a Little Brother and Sister Party is given for the poor children, but this year the party was not carried out on account of the "Hu" ban. How- ever, baskets were taken to each child by the oflicers of the club. Other parties given this year were the party for the initiation of the new girls, the Big and Little Sister's Tea. the Mothers Party. the Dad's Party, and the Senior Fare- well Dinner. -Martha Heiny ........ as .... ..... . . .... .,....,,, .,... K Q KX. g H rf go -S -QR Xxigef, X x .K N X X. ,E Ae ..,. cf- 1 Xxxxfm X fxwrcgzr x X A X . X X iiiiii ...,. is ,..... F X X ...,.... Q N X Fiftyffour gcc.. ., .,... Q ..... ,..... K ,..... .,. .x .. lX...... .eg .... N ..... . 1 K. .,..,. to ...,. , ..,.x. M Q ji, i f- J- -Si,N.t,Xx4.t..-brews .X.:...wK. A- x. X X. X 'N 1 N X X 3 NW ,. X ., , . . . .tf..t-.-,+..s.,.,.s,.., , . . . 1 fa t'x, , Am., Ss. ..,.,.:'..e..,...5.s.. ... ......f.. Q s s--' N- 1 ' X ... ....,..,......,......,,,,... .......-t...s..........x..,....,.,x-.t...,s+....,s...i....B....,....2 we lst Row: Cedric Foland, Robert Duckwall, Morris Cooper, I.ouis Gibbons, George Dick- son, John l.ehr, lirank Graham. Fletcher Sterne, Znd Row: Clarence Alden. James Armstrong, Robert Conant. Harrell Granger, Raymond Collins, William Hiatt. liugene Baldwin. lrd Row: James Goodnight, Joe Swing, Phillip Montague, Joe Gillaspy, Orval Wilson, llarold Sapper, Bert Williams. -hh Row: Paul Whitsell, Marion Roudebush, Harley Wainscott, Earl Crist, Marion Beaver, . The Hi-Y The Hi-Y organization in N. H. S. is one of the newer organizations in this school having been organized about the middle of last year. It is an organiza- tion among the boys for the purpose of training them for better citizenship and making better men of them. The Hi-Y is a state organization which offers many opportunities and aids its members a great deal. Probably one of the most helpful of these is the special attention which a Hi-Y receives in college. Membership in the Hi-Y is obtained by the method of voting among the members. and now a large part of the Upper classmen are members. The Hi-Y has many things to its credit in N. H. S. One of the first of these was the entertaining of the Football and Basketball teams with a banquet at the close of the Basketball season last year. This banquet was enjoyed by all. This year the Hi-Y gave a show for the purpose of raising money for aiding the Athletic Association. Also they have taken considerable interest in Levin Sun sales and carried on a subscription campaign at-the early part of the year. The oflicers last year were William Newby, President: 'lJim" Oliver, Vice- president: George Dixon, Secretary, and Harrell Granger, Treasurer. These oflicers were very eflicient in their work and put the Hi-Y through its first year of existence in N. H. S. The Hi-Y we hope will be one of the leading organizations in N. H. S. Its membership is steadily increasing and will soon take in most of the boys in school. e-Morris Cooper Ol :VICE RS Presizlenl , . , .. , . ...CEDRIC POLAND Viice-presider11 .- . MORRIS COOPER Seffffffdfy . . MARION ROUDEBUSH Treasurer ROl5liR'l4 DUCKWALI. ,aflg Q X . EQQQQ.. SQ if5isQ'fffAffair:ff"if w 1 g it-Ag ...ar Q 2 M X ig mix :AA--t.. Nga? u X X K, x. .. Q - X X X tx. s ' K i . . . . . .. . .... . ...... ............. A sa.. ..,. e...,.,.. . ............ . .......... .. .... new Fifly-Hue x 6. X..s L: , X,X1'e X X - - ...xL,...N.- ,L ....,,ig Awww.-. i 5 lst Row: Alice Baker, Bessie Ruth Mount, Julia Alice Cooper. Marion Roudebush, Miss Marguerite Sawyer, Isabelle Campbell, Eva Stevens, Elizabeth Forsythe. Thelma White, Mary Esther Brooks. 2nd Row: Marion Beaver. Martha Quear, Margaret Maker. Lucille Sharp, Jane Craig. Ruth Ellen West, Mildred Sumner, Mardelle Cornelius, lrene Head, Miss Leatha Wood, Qrval Wilson, Raymond Collins. 3rd Row: Vv'illiam Loftus, Frances Horney, Virginia Adams. Lois Forsythe, Ruth Hobson, Dorothy Janert, Thelma Lehr. Dorothy Duckwall. 4th Row: Albert Earl. Ruth Ellen Gipe, Julia Kirkinan. Ruth Anna Hiatt. Barbara Foland, Eva Musselman, Mary Brattain. Martha Heiny. Harrell Granger, Fletcher Sterne, James Armstrong, 5th Row: Virginia Ward, Alma Srite, Janette Eller, Martha Ritchart, Lowry Ashley, Cedric Foland. 6th Row: Robert Males. George Dickson. Edgar Males, Paul Whitsell. 7th Row: Morris Cooper. James Goodnight, Robert Bowen, Robert Conant, Lee Cover- dale. Senior Latin Club The Senior Latin Club of Noblesville High School was organized for the purpose of furthering the interest in Roman life and customs and promoting fellowship and enthusiasm among the Latin students. Any student having two credits in Latin is eligible for membership in the club. The officers of the club are given titles of officers in the old Roman form of government. Miss Sawyer is sponsor of the club. The name chosen at the first meeting for the club was "Romani Hodiernif' Romans of Today. The meetings of the club are held at the homes of its members. The first meeting was held at the country home of Alice Baker. The program was very interesting and instructive, dealing with the dress and customs of the Romans. During the Christmas season the members of the Freshman and Senior clubs learned Christmas carols in Latin and went caroling. The February meeting was held at Virginia Adam's. A spirited debate was held on the subject A'Resolved: "That Cicero was justified in killing the mem- bers of the Catilinarian Conspiracy." Several meetings will be held in the future and a Latin banquet given in true Roman fashion is being planned. -Julia Alice Cooper . OFFICERS Consuls ,L L t MARION Rouoiaisusii, ISABELLE CAMPBELL Qt1uesror,a-.,,,,. ,fue a,a,a.,,.- aaae We aae, LLJULIA ALICE COOPER Scribaan--- new ay., in a.. aaaaa . .a,,,L.-,,, .LLLEVA STEVENS i an . s eeese X . -"e i g ..., -- X L E 'K I X s tTffifBa...Eg.,Q..fs..,. t.... ' X .........., ..,.. ..... ....,.,.. ....,,.,. it .... Fifty-six ,. , ,X ,, 75? 'ff -tg . f tx X .-""""i'3'i 'f i KLLL J I lst Row: Maxine Wiggins. Neva Mae Hall. Ruby Cass. Florence Castetter. Lois Whelchell, Joe Gillaspy. Frances Baker. Barbara Heaton, Lucille Whitsell. Sylvia Dorman. Znd Row: Ralph Beaver, Pauline Gatewoofl. Thelmagene Brown. Alice Poland. Cath- erine McGuire. Agnes Stern, Mary Paskins, Ruby McClintock. Viola Pfaff, Bessie Rocky. Joyce Simmerman. lilorence Warner, Clyde Nichols. 3rd Row: Ethel Srite, Anna Catherine Gipe, Ruth Musselmsn. Virginia Mott, Elnora Sigman. Mary Gibbs. Fairy Cook, Eloise Paskins. Ellen Harris. Mildred Stevens. Henrietta Wilson. Lavina Huntsinger. Vivian McCord, Ruth Ellen Gipe. 4th Row: Blanche Wilson, Martha Dashiell. Sarah Fisher. Ethel Daubenspeck. Jewell Mitchell. Emma Clark. Margaret Brasher. Louise Vv'arren. Miss Wood, 5th Row: Miss Marguerite Sawyer.'Helen Lehr. Rosalind Butler. Louise Woodruff. Betty .Io liritschie. Halcie Coverdale. 6th Row: Robert Bowen. Ralph Castetter, George Griffin. Ralph Newby. 7th Row: Owen Woods, Joe Couc'en. Raymond Crimes, Lester Benson. Ralph West. 8th Row: Lowry Ashley. George Craycraft Jr.. Kenneth Eller. Charles Herrington. Robert Teter. Arnold Thom, VJilliam Carmin. Lowell Wright, Freshman Latin Club "Sodalitas Latina" is a new organization of Freshman Latin students. It was organized primarily to serve as an apprenticeship to Romani Hodierni, whose membership is restricted to second. third and fourth year students. Through various meetings and activities. Sodalitas Latin has made a de- served place for itself among extra-curricular interests. At the home of Frances Baker fScribal, Halloween was celebrated with a Declension battle which prov- ed to be a serious disaster. During the Christmas season, Sodalitas Latina joined with Romani Hodierni in an evening of Carols. A program in keeping with St. Valentines was given at the home of Lester Benson. In a playlet entitled "A Day Without Latin," Alice Poland. Florence Castetter, Joe Couden, and Ralph Newby answered the question "Why Study Latin?" Under the capable leadership of the following magistrates Sodalitas Latina has been a successful society. -Miss lVood f.ifIf7SllfS BARBARA ill ATON. ANU KlfNNlf'l'll El,l.lER. 'v Sl'!'lihl1. .. , . . FRANCES BAKER QUINSIOI' . .aa . . LUCILLIS Wlll'l'Slil.l. x Q, 'Q.,x K n i A lip, iiiii K A: 4 V, jk if.. A by .ggi 3 Sta. . ,X xg xnxx .X pg Faqs ,F-cg., ff i 5 ' 1 . he L gggh g g H. A . Q if . - as si sie 35 Fifi y-seven X X X N .1 -spit-,NNW . ., . .. ..t......ss...,.t....,s. lst Row: Mabel Almond, Katherine Gerrard, Alberta Nichols. John Lehr, Miss Miriam Jones, Ruby Willits. Dorothy Chance. Mary Ann Kraft, Floreine Bayes. 2nd Row: Mildred Lowe, Audrey Snyder, Mary Ellen Vw'yant. Ruth Ellen West, Lyda Granger, Alice Sterne, Wanda Kinsey. Helen Riggs. Athaleene XVoddell. 3rd Row: Eloise Bicknell, Lucille Sharp, Avenelle Mosbaugh, Mary Opal Vvfilliams, Marguerite Wooruff, Lucille Roberts, Bessie Ruth Mount, Iva Kirby, 4th Row: Opal Reveal, Lois Cornelius. Alice Neff, Mary Ann Bixler, Nelseene Redick. 5th Row: William Hiatt, Arnold Randall. Louis Gibbons, Roy Reveal, Harry Musselman, Horace Wainscott, Robert Zeis. 6th Row: Percy Castor, Louis Huff, Vergil Day, Lynn Roberts. Earl Crist. French Club Heretofore, the French Club has been rather inactive, but now the ball is rolling and is expected to keep on rolling from year to year, since the club is much stronger now than it has ever been. The name, motto, flower, and constitution adopted this year are to remain the same as long as the present club exists, The name of the club is "Le Cercle Bavardf' the "Chatterer's Club." The motto is, "Le Meilleur Tonjoursf' meaning "The best always," and the flower is "Fleur-de-lis," i'Lily." "Le Cercle Bavardn intends to promote a greater interest in the French language among the students of Noblesville High School and it also desires a greater speaking ability of the language, and as a little prophecy for the future, there may come a time when Miss Jones and her "Chatterer's" will completely monopolize the English and Latin language of N. H. S. One of the most important aims of this club is to promote better scholarship. Even though a student is taking French, he cannot be a member of the "Chatterer's Club" unless he meets certain requirements and those requirements are, that he must have one credit or must maintain a passing grade throughout the year. --Thelma White OFFICERS President , ,,,,, , ,,.,,,.,. . W. . W, W Y , , LOUIS GIBBONS Vice-pres1'a'ent,, .tn .H ,.,,,,,, .. Y H . . ,fan . . . . ORVAL WIl.SON Secretary-Treasurer ,,a,,Y.,,, - - ,.a. ,-.,-..-.. .aaf ..-..-i. RUBY WIl.I.IT'S X 'T,Qf.'f:"k.1ff.Tl'.Q1i g ...'f:tjfjiiff1f'fiffgjgfizrifrfi-'r't'r """' . f"f"'i1itf -"- j' . ---'t is 3? QQ! Xsfli? X X x lsr-i X gig. X x . X ' H ' X ..., if ....,. iii' ,,.......... ...... f ...fel .......,.. it ., if . . F ff 1 . A R Fifty-eight lsr Row: Mr. Kelly, Lucille Rolserts, Ruby Cass. Helen l.ehr. Neva Mae Hall. Frances Baker, Mary Ann Kraft. l,ois Vdhelchel. Ruth Musselman. Barbara Heaton. Miss Lucille Johnson. Znd Row: Rosalind Butler, Bessie Ruth Mount, Ruth Ellen Gipe, Evelyn Edwards. Sylvia Dorman, Sarah Fisher. Florence Vtlarner. 3rd Row: Dorothy Chance. Helen Riggs, Vdancla Kinsey. Betty Jo liritschie. Maxine lileming, l.ois Cornelius. -lth Row: l.ynn Roberts, Percy Castor, Ralph Beaver, George Griffin. 5th Row: Joe Couden. Vergil Day. George Craycraft. Jr., Clarence Ellingwoofl. Raymond Collins, Clyde Nichols. Citizenship Club Another of the new clubs formed this year is the Citizenship Club which consists of about thirty-five members. It is being sponsored by Mr. Kelly and Miss Johnson, both teachers of history in the high school. A constitution was adopted with a preamble arranged very much in the same order as that of the United States Constitution. The Citizenship Club strives to promote cooperation between the faculty and pupils and creates civic interest in the school and community. If you are very well acquainted with Noblesville High School you have seen the signs on the Hrst landings of both stairways. One of them reads "One way only,-up," and the other reads, "One way only,-down." These signs were placed there by members of the Citizenship Club for the benent of those that persisted in going up or down the wrong stairway. The secretary wrote to the penitentiary at Pendleton asking permission for the entire club to visit that place and the permission was received. There were three important meetings this year. The first was held in the home of Mr. Kelly for the election of olhcers and the adoption of the constitution. The second, which came about the time of Washington's birthday, consisted of a patriotic program and was held in the home of Joe Couden. At the last meeting in the home of Mary Paskins, a debate was held. The question was- "Resolved that the Philippines should be granted their independence." Mr. Kelly expressed the desire to continue this club next year and also to institute a new club-a Civics Club which will consist entirely of upper class- men. He hopes to interest the alumni Civics pupils in attending the meetings of the Civics Club. -Thelma lVht'te Olil-lCl'5RS f'rt'Sl'tl'L'l7l l.OlS CORNlil.lUS Vice-prestitlenl RALPH BEAVER Secretary BARBARA HIEATON Treasurer . FLORENLZE XVARNER f e Af . . . . NL.. . wi X ,t...,-.. Xzfk... . . 1 Fifty-nine Rig x..........xx. XXX .,x.x...x.,... X XX ,.x,,x.x .xxxxxx , X x...xx.xxxX.X , X.xx.X...,X...,.....x X .x.., .....x. , X ..... X wXMx X ,.,,. -.,XX:,.X,X. X kk X X N X N X X XY: a NX NX '25 Px XX -X: X-XX K-aka-X X X X X X X X ' Lx,cf.1J XXLXXXXX ...L XX,XX.X1X.XX..,,g:X.:...x........ I XQQWZL l,Ag,v K 0,10 I XX. .... .,x. M3Xl.l.,.XX.. XNX,.. X ...X, .,.,.L.... X xxxg X ....,. X X X .X., .,...k K X N ...x.X.. X X....... X ...X ........ .......... XXXXXXQXXXXX ....... ,.,. .......... .... X K xx 0 1 Y l ,Q WX: 'Ny 1, X N X 'XX X K- X ' Y W ' XX X X X X. X, X , W , N. XX. .X A X ,X XX X. XX. .XXX Xxx XXXXX X X X X X 1, A X Xk K X X X X XXXXXXXX X X gg --C X Q X X- X, . 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X . : i1sg2. i:J.fs:2..G2 Q9 QD. lst Row: Roberta Michaels, Bessie Ruth Mount, Martha Quear, Alberta Nichols, Lois Forsythe, Miss Thelma Harr, Thelma White, Jane Craig, Mary Esther Brooks, Ruby Willits, Florence Warner, Ruth Castetter. 2nd Row: Katherine Gerrard, Mary Ellen Wyant, Audrey Snyder, Barbara Poland, Helen Wheeler, Louise Zeigler, Julia Alice Cooper, Helen Lehr, Rosalind Butler, Grace DeVaney. 3rd Row: Mary Opal Williams, Avanelle Mosbaugh, Alice Neff. Catherine McGuire, Louise Woodruff, Leona Probst, Sylvia Dorman, Lucille Whitsell. 4th Row: Martha Ritchart. Jeanette Eller, Virginia VVard, Emma Clark. Helen Riggs, Dorothy Janert. 5th Row: Nelly Neal, Wanda Davidson, Betty Jo Fritschie, Barbara Heaton, Dema Roudebush. 6th Row: Elizabeth Forsythe, Virginia Adams, Marie Petty, Mary Ann Bixler. 7th Row: Athaleene VJoddell. Mary Brattain, Dorothy Duckwall, Alice Carey. Girls Athletic Association The Girl's Athletic Association is founded on the same principles and ideas as the Women's Athletic Association in the Colleges. An effort is being made to make this organization national and at the present time a committee in this state is working on a state organization. Noblesville High School was among the first to organize. The ideals of the G. A. A. are to have every girl in all sports and to do away with material rewards that have no intrinsic value. The membership is based on team basis. To be a member, the first re- quisite is to be on the first team of some sport. Posture is emphasized. One hundred points and a C posture plus that most important item good scholarship, is counted in membership. When a girl gets 400 points and has a B posture, she receives her first numerals: 700 points, B+ posture, second numerals: 1000 points and an A+ posture-the highest award, a letter. The pin of the G. A. A. is a gold shield with a winged foot typifying Mercury, the messenger of the Gods, and having the letters G. A. A. A manager or head is appointed for each sport during the year. The tennis head was Julia Alice Cooper and the basketball head was Catherine Gerrard. There was no volley-ball head appointed this year. The social chairman, Elizabeth Forsythe, planned all social affairs. Alberta Nichols was elected President the first of the year but had to with- draw from school because of illness and the Vice-president Thelma White served in her place. Other officers are Second Vice-president, Lois Forsythe: Secretary, Audrey Snyder: Treasurer, Mary Opal Williams, and Recording Secretary, Jane Craig. -Thelma Wh1'!e 5 I . . X, .. .+,.- fx -. lst .ss f X Sis ss ix 'ff' A t-F3 A Orff X --, if P", if'.E.'?'Xx51-g nriz: .. ..,. .YxiL.:..sgss.1L N'3Il.QZ..El.if.1 524. ...... Leif? Sixty-:wo X ....... Tx , x.X. sts., .... Ns sa, ..,... Ma.. A., lst Row: Hubert Gibbons. Clyde Nichols, George Dickson. l.elia Elliot, Raymond Collins. Irene Kinnaman. Isabelle Campbell. Znd Row: George Craycraft Jr.. Dallas Cloyd, Julia Alice Cooper, Florence Warner. James Armstrong. Marion Roudebush. 3rd Row: Kenneth liller. George Grifbn. Cedric lfoland. Harrell Granger. Rosalind Butler, l.ee Coverdale. Robert Duckwall, -lth Row: l.ucille Sharp. Martha Heiny. Barbara Heaton. 5th Row: Sarah Kepner. Barbara lioland. Neva Mae Hall. 6th Row: liairy Cook. l.ouise Vdarren. Joyce Simmerman. Lucille XX'hitsell, Alice Poland. lfmma Clark. 7th Row: livelyn lfdwards. Alma Srite. Martha Thompson, Ethel Daubenspeck. Martha Dashiell. Honor Roll This is the nrst year that the Honor Roll students have been honored by having their pictures taken. In fact, it was such an honor that they had a hard time deciding whether or not they would take off their hats, so that the part of their anatomy, which was the cause of their brilliancy, would be exposed. ln this group are the students who are aspiring for the Levinson prizes which are awarded every year to the Seniors who have the highest averages. Among these students are found the leaders in the different school activities, which proves that the "Book Worms," are not so unsociable as one might ordinarily think. Virginia Gifford. Irene George. and Mona Bolander, won the Levinson prizes for the '28 awards for the girls. The boys who were awarded prizes were Charles Kirby. Victor Knarr, and Lowell Brandenburg. This year Noblesville High School took a step forward with the introduc- tion of a new letter grading system. A+ 95-lOO A 9O- 95 B 80- 85 C , 75- 80 D ,. Failure A new type of report card was introduced the second semester which was required to be signed by the parents before it could be handed in. This turned out to be very successful as it helped to increase the Honor Roll list. All-in-all N. H. S. may be proud of its success in raising the students scholastic standing. --Lucille Sharpe Xt. -cg K X ,,,gX,5 - X - :X X +5 X t s N W 6 N -. .1 - K K N , ,X X X .3 . ix Six! y- three ..,....a...,,N...M....eW...,,,,.,....M,.,....,...,..MaeT,..w...:.....,..,...,,.,.,.,,...,.,..,.....,t. ......WW....,.....a.,......N.a..,WI...W , W 1 ,, -t - .--tx Q- X --'X 1 X -X , F sa I E F A 3 X ..., kQ . i f-.iii-li? Qing? Q Q3-'WWE V Outstanding Seniors in Class of 1929 The faculty committee this year decided to select the outstanding students from the Senior Class exclusively. These students were selected as heretofore on the basis of personality, character, scholarship, athletic activity, interest, and participation in extra curricular activities as shown during the four years in which they have been in high school. It was hoped thereby to establish a prece- dent and set up a criterion of "Worthwhile-ness" to which underclassmen may aspire. ' LOWELL BENNETT Lowell probably more than any other student has aimed at and achieved to a great extent that admirable quality of "worthwhileness." From his freshman year he has been conscientous and thorough in his school work. He has played well on thc football team and gained recognition for himself and his school in track. In his Junior year he was clected President of his class and this year has been the business manager of the Shadow. All honors, in his characteristic mild and modest way, have been assumed by him with a sense of responsibility which has gained for him the respect of his fellow students and teachers. ISABELLE CAMPBELL Isabelle is one of those rare individuals on whom one can depend to get things done. This is due to her ability, her will- ingness and splendid attitude of service. She has excelled in scholarship thruout her school career. When a Junior she held the respon- sible position of being Secretary and Treas- urer of the Class, This year she is Editor of the Shadow. She was a member of the operetta cast last year and the Senior Class Play this- year. Isabelle has the highest kind of school spirit-that of doing everything she can to further the welfare of the school. CEDRIC POLAND Cedric is "the all round" outstanding Senior inasmuch as he does many things well. He always rated high in scholarship and has excelled in Athletics having partici- pated in football, basketball and track, This year he is President of the Senior Class: President of Hi-Y: "The Man From Toronto" in the Senior Class play and Athletics Editor of the Shadow. All these honors he has received in an unassuming manner which exemplifies well his "level headednessn and quiet confidence. Cedric has a hearty. kindly disposition that makes for him many friends. ROBERT DUCKWALL "Ducky" is a well-known Senior well- liked by all. He possesses a friendly and democratic spirit that easily wins for him a place in everyone's esteem. Thru out high school he has participated in Athletics excel- ling in both basketball and football. This year he was Captain of the football team. Robert has always ranked high in scholarship and taken courses that required thorough work. He is possessed of a keen mind. a subtle sense of humor and a complete lack of personal conceit. MARY ESTHER BROOKS "Pep" spells Mary Esther. For the last two years she has been yell-leader and cheered the Millers on to many a victory. This year she has been President of the Lonesome Club and a member of the Shadow Staff. Mary Esther has taken part in many school plays including that of the Senior Class. Her interest and enthusiasm have carried her into most of the high school activities. While not outstanding in scholarship she has al- ways displayed willingness and readiness to try. THELMA WHITE As Editor of the Levin Sun Thelma has been kept very busy. However, she has had time for basketball and other phases of Athletics. This year she is Activities Editor of the Shadow Staff and took part in the Senior Class play. She has always mani- fested interest in all school activities and also in her studies. One usually sees her name on the honor roll. Her mild manners and dig- nity give her a poise that is well worthy of emulation. 4Miss Sawyer .QWNNW -at 77:5 G ff f dX'uxf.1'5 me ' 'Nf'5f:i'i!::r- VS? --6' Gfas '-"' X -.f1Q237'f'5T5gf?. ,gf .sf-'Egfvf2N5 Bills- 2 1- . :Ee : 1 1- 313 ---f ...., t ..,. Sixty-four X X X X X X N.: .,,...x ii ......,.. N.. ..... x, .... WS, ..,....... , W. ..... wif-zu.. . . X N X Mx,..x....Ax..,,,,.,a..w. x,.,. .W .xxx .,... X ..x.x .W .....,.x:...,M..,..bN..,.,. x X . ,N .MA...x....X..,:N..L.3 vow- fvlz 11411 K! vim! Q ukI4u'LM1 V1 , rgg id Jawa, 5 Q -'13 y lkfgltrill 4.l..mi.z I , P h N.K,.,. i ..., Hs hqbl RX .,.Q. It x,m.NXxx 3 Xl, m,.. .,kx h m,... it ..... ?.L:,i 7.::,n3xT..7.,1Z " "' " , Q2 X- mm'. B 9 E Qf' ,fa L in , X ,fr X , 5 1 Q , 4 1' W .. 5. .1- ,....x...n...............-.--. .....,....., x.x...x ., .K... . .QW ,.,., ..,.X,.. ,.,... . .. ,.,,. K' . X K ,, .... ,,..,m.,........A,..,,....,...,., sg i Q g in ktkk h ..X. i .x.x "The Man From Toronto" The Senior Class play i'The Man From Toronto" was an excellent pro- duction of an excellent play. For the first time an English play by a British author was selected and was given so successfully as to deserve its place in the list of invariably good playsso ably given each year under the direction of A. F. Mueller. 4 The cast selected by a committee ofthe faculty was made up of the follow- ing persons: Cedric Foland--.,r-,v.--Fergus Wimbush, a Canadian of thirty-five, just over on his first visit to England. - Lucille Sharpe ......sC..C,.,,C,C. a---.,Ruth Wimbush, his elder sister. Mary Esther Brooks Crrrr WEE.. CC.rCC, - Ada Wimbush, his younger sister. Lelia Elliott ....C.,,,, -iMrs. Calthorpe, a young widow spending most of her time at Beach House, Teignmouth, England. , Frank Graham,-,..-r .W.. -Mr. Preistley, guardian, trustee, uncle by marriage and legal advisor to Mrs. Calthorpe. Joe Swing ..,..... ,,.,.r R obert Gilmour, young cousin of Mrs. Calthorpe. Alice Baker ...,.v ,..---Martha, 'the smart little cook-gene al of Beach House. Isabelle Campbellu, ,,.,, -Mrs. Hubbard, a very neighborily neighbor woman whose features play an important part in the comedy. Irene Kinnaman E,.,C, aaa-. CCC.. ,- E,r, , ---Minnie Hubbard, her daughter Thelma White ,E..,,,,C ,, C,..rE,C .-a.,,..-,.. .,C, -Lila, a friend of Minnie. Mabel Almond --.--,-- .rEr,C.. .W ..C.rrEE, WJanet, a friend of Minnie. The story of the play is briefly as follows: Fergus Wimbush's uncle who had fallen in love with the charming young widow Mrs. Calthorpe, had willed his property, consisting of about 800,000F, to Fergus and Mrs. Calthorpe jointly on condition that they get married. If they refused to marry, they were to receive nothing. Fergus, upon the insistence of his sisters Ada and Ruth, allowed himself to be dragged out to Beach House to meet Mrs. Calthorpe. This perverse young person, in spite of her dissatis- faction with her humdrum existence deeply resented this attempt on the part of her former suitor, to control her distiny after his death by marrying her Willy- nilly to a person whom she had never seen. Mr. Priestley, her guardian, trustee. uncle by marriage and legal advisor linally persuaded her to see the young 'iMan from Toronto," but she dressed as a parlour maid, before he arrived, to the despair of Mr. Priestley who failed to see the point in her scheme. Mr. Wim- bush was told that Mrs. Calthorpe had been called away, and he was invited to remain at- Beach House until her return. Robert Gilmour was appointed to keep him entertained. Mr. Wimbush was much attracted by the pretty parlour maid, but his suit was hindered by his sister Ruth, who, with her younger sister Ada, followed him to Beach House to further the marriage with Mrs. Calthorpe. The new parlour maid told Fergus that the picture of Mrs. Hubbard, a homely neighbor woman, was that of her absent mistress. ' Affairs became more and more complicated. but Fergus Hnally persuaded the parlour maid Calias Mrs. Calthorpej that he loved her well enough to give up his share in his uncle's fortune to marry her, which was all that she had been trying to learn. Robert Gilmour in his flirtations with Martha, the maid, and with Ada Wimbush and in his comical attempts to divert Mr. Wimbush was quite enter- tainin . Tie play was ably directed, ably given, and was so full of really good lines that the audience was exceedingly well entertained. The Producing Staff consisted of James Goodnight, Business Manager, and Sarah Kepner, Katherine Gerrard, Elizabeth Forsythe, Clarence Alden, Ralph Goettel, and Dorotha Weaver. -Miss Jones M. ..... ..., ., 'X f as S S X H. X X J' BW rj ..A..,fix:f.. iw X ,.... LQ... ......,... T.rlsulci..basis.il..,-..:i.11Q:..gli.f.:::..,.,.,1i:e..s1-... Sixty-six . I K' .av -uf :wax KJ! Llafuaon 14' 1? ' f .up 4141414 f ,I 1 uf 1 . X Jfufdl alll I'1' mm L! .J ,f Q ..,. ' xx... N fi ...a....R....,.....: Xx.X,. . x.x..x.X.. xx.x, x...... ...x.... L..sc1...s......:..a....:......g...p The J unior-Senior Banquet Every Junior Class thinks that its Junior-Senior Banquet is the best that has ever been given, and the present Senior Class is no exception. Every Junior, with members of the Executive Committee as chairmen, built a ship, representative of piratical times upon which the Juniors and Seniors went sailing. Everything that could have been found on a pirate ship was represented on the Junior-Senior Ship. During the banquet, which was served by the Christian Church ladies, the Seniors were told the "workings" of the ship. The toastmaster, Milliard Mount, introduced the Captain of the ship, Lowell Bennett, whose toast was responded to by Lester XVaterman. A toast "A Puzzle" was given by Mr. Rutherford. Mrs. Ciarner White, accompanied by Miss lsabelle Campbell sang Rutherford. Mrs. Garner White, accompanied by Miss Isabelle Campbell, sang Hufford's Orchestra of Butler College. The chairmen of the various Committees for the banquet were: Isabelle Campbell, Thelma White, Mary Esther Brooks, Alice Baker, Elizabeth Forsythe, Lowell Bennett, Frank Graham, and Cedric Foland. The grand march was led by Lowell Bennett, Elizabeth Forsythe, Lester Waterman and Josephine Gentry. Mrs. White and Mrs. Forsythe served the punch. The chaperones for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Conant and Dr. and Mrs. Brooks. The success of the Junior-Senior Banquet last year, was due not only to the officers and other members of the executive committee, but also to Miss Sawyer, and the entire Junior Class. -Martha Heiny ft' X X X. , i X X x F- in .fi X Sixty-eight John Wall Mr. John Wall, janitor of the Noblesville High School, is a good friend of the students. Besides having been ten years a panitor in the High School he was also janitor at the First Ward School Building for the same number of years before being advanced to the high school. So you see, as he himself says-MHC has raised many a child in the city of Noblesville." He is busy almost all day either in the furnace room or picking up the paper which careless students have let fall on the floor. However, he docs have a few leisure moments now and then, and it isn't an uncommon thing to find him in the High School Library studying, studying, sttldying. Nearly every noon when school is out the for the noon hour he can be seen standing by one of the radiators watching the students as they go their various ways-some up or down each stairway, some out each side exit, and some out the front door. lt would be interesting to know just what he is thinking. Every student who doesn't engage in a conversation with Mr. Wall loses "something" for he can inform one of some very interesting events. Probably this is due to the fact that he spends his leisure moments in the N. H. S. Library. lt is known that Mr. Vv'all always dreads to see the last day of school roll around. He says that the old school looks so lonely in the summer that it makes him lonesome. He misses the students clattering and chattering about the halls between classes. Then, again, he says that he dreads for school to start. because the Seniors that he knew so well have gone and the new Freshmen have come in and noth- ing seems the same. Those dear old Seniors have meant a lot in his life. H-'llhelnm Whllfl' x S X Stix! yfnim' M' X X .1eQ1.X.fS1 N X X X, Q...,,.u...ws...t,5.s-r ,t.,..Awc,.aa wel, lst Row: Earl Crist, Harley Wainscott, Lelia Elliot, pianist: Ralph Newby, John I.ehr. 2nd Row: Lowell Wright. Louis Gerrard, Owen Wood, Ronald Blessing, 3rd Row: Mr. Elliot, director: Orval Wilson, Owen Roudebush. l.ouis Huff. Boys Glee Club The Boys Glee Club is the only one of the Music Departments which did not join the Federation of Music, but they pay dues of fifty cents a semester, The program in the assembly which inspired the girls to join their Club, in- fluenced the boys likewise. Only six members made up this club the first semester but the second there were thirty members. When school started the boys had sung even less than the girls and knew practically nothing about music: however, it was not long until fired by keen interest, they showed very promising signs of advancement. Now the boys surpass the girls and are singing in close harmony. Mr. Elliott has a right to be justly proud of the work he has accomplished among these boys this year to say nothing of the work he has done in other fields. Besides furthering the actual advancement of music he has created a great interest in the higher type of music. It is felt that next year holds great promise for the boys. The club has only one officer and that one is John Lehr who holds the position of Treasurer. KX x Nh K K X 5 .......... ...K i X . K . , . NX X . X X . X. - X Qi.i.a.?,ct-gg .- X a X Xe, t 1 Q x XXV Q, - 2 , -5 NX X X X X Vik- X1 X .- A ...... M ......t.t...,........ N X ...... ...... g . ...,.........,.,,... ia. t...t... ..... ...,......,,..., 1 ..r,t .... . .Asfst t............... 5 , .t.t.. Sevenly , -Q.-...w s . Q- se. x X ,- is .Q - .X - - s - X I , X V X .hx NX N U R kg g X I S N cg Ne,r.....:,,,.....1.. X X xx .i ,rj 1 lst Row: Mr. Elliot, directory Mildred Sumner, Eloise Paskins, Mildred Stevens. Irene llearl, Virginia Adams, l,elia lflliol. Znd Row: Katherine Moser. Katherine Roudclwush. Agnes Patterson. Mary Paskins. I.ouise Zeigler, Dorotha XVeaver. 3rd Row: Marjorie Neiman, Elizabeth lforsythe, pianist: Alta Coverdale, Edith Salsbury, Mary Esther Brooks. . Girls Glee Club There were thirteen members in the Glee Club last semester and after a short program given in the assembly the membership grew to sixty-four. The few members at first was due to the lack of interest which heretofore prevailed among the students. This program seemed to arouse the girls to a higher level of appreciation and an interest in the beautiful. Such enthusiasm was shown that Mr. Elliott suggested the club gain the American Federation of Music. This was met enthusiastically by the girls. So on March 12, the Club organized and Federated. Since the rules of the Federation are to have ofHcers an election was held. Since it has been organized it has been more active than any Glee Club in the past. The girls gave a few selections at the Commencement and then in connection with the Boys Cilee Club and Orchestra gave a concert. This year the girls have sung more dificult music than previously, singing three and some- times, four part numbers. ...... OEVICERS lfrt-.wklttnz 'Fi-tEt.MA VJHITE S6'LTL'l4Il'y ALICE BAKER Treasure-r MARY ESTHLSR BROOKS . 5 . . A Xx.,. A . . A ..'..x, E .,,, . i st tsl 2 Li A 1 if i KT Seven I y - one was ..........et.,....,...+..t.......,.. lt, fs x 3 x X . -..,,s.,x,, X X X x IN W..,...N...,....cN...,. .... :1,..,..ss .1 .. w....,,s. i r Row l: Agnes Patterson, Mildred Stevens, Virginia Adams, William Loftus, Clayton Evans, Clarence Ellingwood, Ralph West. Row 2: Raymond Grimes, George Dickson, Mary Paskins. Joe Gillaspy, Raymond Collins, Earl Crist, Marjorie Neiman, Mr. Elliott, George Grifhn, Paul Vwlhitsell. Ruth West. Irene I-Iead, Lelia Elliott, Elizabeth Forsythe. The Orchestra Through the efforts of Mr. Walter Elliott, the director of Music, the study of this subject is being enlarged. Previous to this the interest which the pupils took in music was low. Mr. Elliott takes his work seriously and is successfully transplanting the same attitude in the minds of his pupils. Interest has been born anew and the Music department is coming to mean much more. Many students have purchased new instruments and are progressing quite rapidly while those who already played have advanced noticeably. The Orchestra is made up of thirty-seven members who are working dili- gently on their pieces and who have successfully given several performances, in school affairs, some of which are: The Class Play, Baccalaureate, and Com- mencement. By playing at Basketball games they increased enthusiasm among both spectators and players and helped draw larger crowds to the games. This year the Orchestra voted to join the American Federation of Music and on this same day they organized. X. OFFICERS Pfesidenl ,YH ,,,,, r , ,,,,, ,,,, C, ,, ,,,,,,,, C, ,,,, ,. ,, I,ELlA El.l.lO'l'T Secretary W ,,., 7 Nw ,,o, , M C, , two, ,B ,MPAUL Vv'llITSEl,L Treasurer ,,,, W ,,., W ,,,,, , ,, , ,,El.lZABli'l'H FORSYTHE ri e ffiiQiil1f'ii iisi S f .T -'ia" L 'iiaa 'B ' i iaffiiTQ"I'fiI'Ii55'i'i3?5 vi XO SA x .... 1 as X - Q Xxgssffy xl t X X ' Ee, .,..,. .. ..... if 'I .... 1 .... . ....,.... ,.... I ...,.. ...,i...,.... .fp ..-....- X4 if .-...... ..f.:Qf:..e- i,....is.,.........L:g-,...,.,4g,.. Seventy-two X-X 'R X ,..,,.N,,,, ,F ,wgtsiit-ft X X N X .f.b.,.t......a....s.,..At lst Row: Lois Forsythe, Raymond Grimes. Elizabeth Forsythe, Znd Row: Dr. Myers, instructor: Marv listher Brooks, Mrs. Sarah Perrin. Russel Mallory. Hilbert Ciihhons. l.elia lflliot. First Aid This year Noblesville High School is a one hundred per cent member of the Red Cross. llach year a delegate is sent from the .Junior Red Cross to Wash- ington D. C. to attend the National Convention. As the delegate that goes to Wasliingtcnn in the spring must come back and take charge of the Red Cross the next year, a Junior was selected. Morris Cooper, an outstanding student in N. H. was the one chosen by the student body, and indeed it was a very good selection. One of the things required of him is that he he able to talk before strangers and this Morris can do, as he has had experience in such Work. ln connection with the Red Cross a liirst Aid class was instituted in the highschool curriculum in order that the people of Noblesville will be better pre- pared for meeting emergencies in accidents. The Red Cross organization pays all expenses connected with this course and they secured Dr. Myers to give the instructions. Some of the more important things that are taught in this class are. artificial respiration, how to apply bandages. the applying of splints. caring for patients after accidents, and counteracting poisons. Those in the First Aid class are: Julia Alice Cooper, Lois Forsythe, Lelia Elliott, lilizabeth Forsythe. Isabelle Campbell, Miss Carey, Bessie Ruth Mount. Mildred Lowe, Mr. Hobbs, Miss Coy, Lowell Bennett, Louis Ciibbons, Irene Kinnaman, Robert Duckwall, Mary llsther Brooks, Jane Craig, Mrs. Perrin, Mr. Melvin Mallery, Dr. Klotz, Robert Tucker. Robert Green, Hubert Ciibbons. Virginia Adams and Clarence Ellingwood. -Thelma Wh1'te g X- X ...ig 3 ..... ...,. is N ,W . 0-.MMM Q my S1 6 K' X K -X r .fy gf' Setwvvftf-1l7z'et' ..,.g.,...w N ...,. .L . ...... .T ...x .Q.a..,.... ,.,,x , ...,:....,.....i XX.. .-..., x.xx . ......T. ..,...x. ..... .... ..... ...,.X.X.. a ...,Xx.X Mx.. .... . . . .... .,.,... ,.. 1 r K X X ..,,.....5.,.,.......,....l .... .....,K......5 .... ,a ...x . t ...X, w..:...,,..i:..,................... .sg j...x... -..3.aX.ss..sg..E. X .. A RQ A X1 X .. ci c.,s,y'- rs c Xk., ,XJ-3 ,X V51 1-wisfw. 5 535. f.. i+.f..N X f Xt: Fx' -- --xb - ----- --'--- f - 4 -- -X-X-X- ------- A as-.X-W.-4-WMWNM XX-X- A X xXX-X- X s -X-. WM: ...six .X..X . 1. ...X ...1........t....g.......1e,..:.a1....s.i.. f....iff..?.gf7 1 0 fr' 41 W fs H September 10 .N 5 September f Q September September September 17 r 1V W . , f yy.. Qgydyh September 25. September 26. September 27. September 28. September 2 9. October 1. Ka' October 2. Lv-7 ,f . i y 91, - i October 4 I lyk October 5. ,XV ffl October 8. ffl october ll .3 U Q October 15 ,f X A, 1 1 7 fd 1 October 16. ,p l October 17. J ' My 1 . Z October 18. 1 l I' f'1"4l X October 22. October 23. October 24. October 25. October 26 October 30. October 31. ll 13 ' ' September 14 15 17 September 18. September 19. September 20. September 21. September 24. CALENDAR SEPTEMBER Two hundred seventy-five illustrious students file in to wage a battle royal with the faculty. Sisterly scraps start. Ducky carries election. f Hilarious nomination of Senior Class oflicers. Kokomo Kats kicked Noblesville. Score 44-0. Papa Kelly imprisons Nola---naughty! Just another day wasted away. Phil recites poetry with the voice of a lyric soprano. Senior officers elected and Shadow Staff announced. Rain, rain go away. 1 But you needn't come another day. Business manager, editor and sponsor grace Engraving contract with their signatures. Shadow Staff "loll about" first meeting. Pork and Beans again after three months diet. Beware the alchemists passing pennies for dimes. We win a football game but so did Boys Prep. Scores 6-6. Um boy, aren't grapes good? .lust ask Mr. Mueller's 2nd period English Class. OCTOBER October's bright blue weather arrives. The immortal gods have nothing on us. Lawrence Dane is brought back to life. So the Big Black Cats are going to entertain the E. L. C. Greenfield gets Noblesville's goat. Score 13-2. Pretty good candy, Juniors. Underclassmen "shot" for annual. No rouge, no paint. everybody dressed in tan! Why? Oh, Senior pictures. Tuesday follows Monday and pictures continue. Millers turn the tables by triumphing over Carmel Grey- hounds. Score 25-6. Yea! Rah! Vacation. A few survive exams. Lowell hovers between life and death. What sinking hearts! Grade cards are out. Freshman limp home after Initiation Party. The great game! But with Granger and Bennett absent. Sheridan won. Score 18-0. N. H. S. elects new President of the U. S. Last year's "Shadow" won excellent rating in National Contest. QQ., .... .,,..., ...N .......... . ...... ....... ..g......,. ................. ..g... . ....., ...... . ... ..... ........ ......, - ....................,...........g . ..g... ..........g.g . .....g............,..,.,. . .,,.. Z ..... . .......... .... g . .,......... . ....,,.... ........ f'C',4"-' X.w'-v-,--- 1uw9iSwY'i's-?fs.e. X .ge Eff -"" .ss 622. Us figs uf fyfei... INXS. . - 11:L::.......fE:.gf..1 ....... ....... . .e... , ......... .... t:.iii..g:..l .,................ ...... ........... f ..... 1 ..e. ....., . . .-.e' 17 Seventy-four 1 . . T':C.fi.f5i rv. cw f- - av 11 'Til is if -. 7 ,.......-...,. . -.-..s... ., . "E '.a61TNS fe N ' ' P' sm... T .X.x. ..,,.......,.. ..x. .. ...g,,,.....,,,.,,.,....,..,,.......:.x:.... CALENDAR 3 NOVEMBER 1 November 1 Inter-class Shadow contest gets under way. ,L,.N' 1 Z November 2 Alice asks Twisty to Thanksgiving dinner. , Z F November 4 How many went to Sunday school today? X if 11 November 5 How come trouser legs inside your socks boys? 2' Xt JU November 6 More initiation! Did you see the Little Lord Fauntle- A 2' f' roys with their windsor ties? If W November 8 My grandmother doesn't like tea-, but high school girls f 1 seem to. rwff' November 9 fgnygody want some more pie? Maybe Mueller will ff' lf, W ilu lVl 9. , November 12 Where did the new ford come from Harley? 'I' November 14 Following the footsteps of her sister Alice breaks the ice by entertaining the Romans. November 16 Stiff? Those boys practised basketball last night. November 17 So the enterprising Juniors did get the new candy booth at last. November 18 Have a good time Sunday night, Athalene? November 20 Alice and John have another tiff. November 22 Caps and Gowns proposed for Commencement. November 25. Exams again. November 26 lgnogher one of the Bakers entertains Freshman Latin u . November 29 Turkeys and vacation. DECEMBER Y December 3. Woeful wailers still at it. S December 4. Juniors display their hands profusely. New rings! 5' December 5. Radiators still keep us awake. 'Z' December 7. Juniors vain pennant for Shadow sales. Why place it ,I--it on the cei ing? :pill December 8. Just another Saturday. , 77ml December 10. Grade cards out. Vkfoe is me! it ly December 12. Honor roll published and a little Freshman leads. j I December 13. Watch out kids. P. T. A. meeting. If ll i. l December 14. Only eleven more days until Christmas. December 15. Girls play Prairie Township. ul December 17. Hattie writes to Santa and pleas for more chewing gum. 1 December 18. School dismissed but of what avail for everything closed ' on account of flu. December 20. Morris rips another tire. December 24. "And the stockings were with care." December 25. Did Santa bring everyone what they wanted? . . t '1 t . 1 ...... -,...,,,.f'4'f.. A ......... .i .... . b.Qi:i...b..s1,.....l.Tsf:1j ......,..... ... ...... . .... 'L.....e Seventy-five W.:-.3 a fg: "IN f .js . -'xxx' NX 3 M 1 3 3 X X Q. mb ,.,,.,, X......, ...S , , .rx 5 FX BI ee,ks:......:t....fI.f.e1...lif:E1f.,i.:ff..:il.l..:.a.il::5.t,lf. .,......,,....,.....M .... .......-..,..,.....,.........,.,........, 1- 32,54 9 V TS all ff-11? i . QXES: ,fs satis X fx tai 'N we Q? Q-lb eff: fm..-f1'eg.fm 15'!'5f'1'f'X .fly CT . s -M.tss.ss.1......sl-asf-ffwf-......t.xsfxl. ..... ,.-, fL...jg:5,.r,. .... ..,. :sa.....vm.,g,M,,3M".Ar1f: X9 '--5 ka' E.. at January January January January January January January January January January January January January January January January CALENDAR JANUARY Another year. Everyone makes new resolutions. Again we receive the annual admonitions concerning finals. We notice Santa brought Cedric Renzo some ear Muffs. Fairmount defeats boys. We're for you team. Sunday. Isabelle Haverstick makes her debut in N. H. S. Seniors out for the dough for "Shadows". Millerettes capture honors from Atlanta. Levin Suns out tomorrow as per usual. Mr. Rutherford said so. 3 Be an artist for fifteen cents. Join the new art club. District tournament at Shelbyville. Prepare yourselves. Lay in a supply of midnight oil for something is coming. It's here. Finals. A few students still survive. County tournament. N. H. S. boosters surprised. With new recruits the students charge again. ,Q FEBRUARY ,m ri - February We hear 'iThe Man From Toronto" is coming. I M ,j"- '-'X February Several illustrious students learn that First Aid is no ' X - joke. ' . 'wi 'I February Thirty-six students including "Renzo" gain a birth on N the semester honor roll. I . 'S 1 February Buy and read your school paper--plea of Levin Sun M' , ill I Staff. A February We win a ball-game from Alexandria although the 1, score 35-33 was against us. February Revenge is sweet, Pioneers. Score 34-30. cl' 'l February Westfield is also interested in the Butler Band, eh. y l Thelma? fy! 1 -J Igelaruary Arn? may you liveflong ainldhprpfsiper-15-Rip jlfqan Wgnykle. I L...!U. e ruary eegram arrives rom 'e an rom .oron o an- , , r -.,.. .-- - nouncing that ten people will accompany him. ff' .. f 1 3 February Wonder if "Grimes" liked his valentine. l February The Lapel Buldogs fall before the attack of the Millers. Score 30-25. February the Millers tally, defeating the Greenfield Tigers February The Seniors and Juniors declare war on the underclass- men and pandemonium reigns. February According to Greenfield Noblesville should make a swimming pool out of her Gym. ' February "Father I cannot tell a lie"-George 'Washington February Noblesville draws Kempton in opening game of Sec- tional. ,,., ..,., .,..,... ...... f "'i D Seventy-six -.........x,........t... Qi ,,,,,,, N .,,.,. ,N Tw...-. ,,--.Iv ,R -m.,..i5 ...um ,xX. . .ri ....,.x Y .1 ..... .....:.......:,,.. CALENDAR wi.-,X ' ' MARCH ,i f I ll ' f . X I f 1 if 4 N.. X iii' A X ' W , fx A e. 'Z' W 1. , I , K i grn ' .am iA.c , ., if li 1 fl fi l 4 ji i Q M . .1 March March March March March March March March March March March March March March March April April April April April April April April April April April April April April April April We migrate to Tipton. Come on Millers! Score: N. H. S. 29, Tipton 13. ' Yea Millers, we're proud of you. Inauguration Day. We listen in. Igictra, extra! Bob Conant burns his trousers in Chemistry ass. 'AI hold every student in contempt" quotes Mueller. We wonder why-and how? Graham, Wilson and Hale on all-sectional squad. Speeches, yells 'n everything. A great game. two great teams, but Anderson takes the game by a score of 33-32. Weather-threatening. Another Levin Sun day. We go in mourning for Miss Sawyer. Washington triumphs over Bearcats. Frankfort's Fighting Five--State Champs. H. Harrell Granger decides to lead the Honor Roll. Yea Rah, Faculty! That's right, eh Kelly? What y' got for Starr. Sunrise 6:49. Sunset 6:21. APRIL "The Man From Toronto" has arrived. Joe Swing-the "Say it with Flowers Boy." Seniors are awarded for their part in Athletics. All together now! Orval bores with a long speech. Our old rival Sheridan defeats us in track. Indeed, Fletcher has great love for Arcadia. Mr. Mueller, delivers a sweet, gentle sermon to the Journal- ism Class. Wonder if anyone raided the furnace room. We decide it is best not to argue with Mueller. Track meet with Anderson, our rival in basketball. Last copy for annual goes to printer. Boys continue spring football practice. County track meet at Vkfestfield. Juniors have many committee meetings. Are they secre- tive? Oh! E. L. C. Senior Farewell Dinner. Just a few more weeks Seniors, and then? Wg -'--'c F ....... A Tw "X f N V - -'xgxwtaf .. 1- . ,gy ni,-a. ' 1 N,---gt.. - .15 , A 1 . f fwp. jxnflfi. ,tn .--. Jag? Xifvgcgrf ,Eli .5155 . -zpbkdg-Q1 -..V ..... 'W' Wg., .... jf.--......g51.iT .......... ..... 11......,irzftfgA.2:L..5..1i..f'.fXi:-+,:.a2.-.....,..:.a.....4..- fa...QL.......i1.:...:jg....i..:L- .... ..-if....f,....Tg1,Es.i...gi..I...... 'V' Seventy-seven ,,,.,,M.. .,..., a,..,..... x.., ,.,,.. ,M ..,., M .,.....X X ......xx...,.. a .... ,. .....,...,a.,...,.,..,.... ..x...x, WW ..x.t.. , ....., .... M ,Mx, .Ma ,.. ..xXx ,. .. .c,....W,...,...,,.,.., ..-e ,,,-,, .Mg ......... ... .... ..a- ..,. .ae ,,,-, . .. .-... ...... ............ , . V mr.- -Y ,. 4. b ,ax ...-X ,. X , ,.,. .c .. .,.. ,,.. -- .. .- .. , .. .. -W., M ,ak ,.r .sa Y-v----1-. Y - . . Q23 ii? iff sa? QE? 2-25 Q5 .CEU Ci? G7 433 03 413 C9 C91 CALENDAR Q. , MAY 4' gxlxx - 'May 1. When spring begins to reign supreme. , Q V ,, X May 4. Inter-class Track Meet. fli lilyl ' May ll. Sectional Track Meet. i xl May 15. We become shadows in trying to shadow the "Shadow." I .H ' Aff,-x May 18. State Track Meet at Indianapolis. - I f lb May 23. Junior-Senior Prom. Need we say more? I X ZA, May 24. Senior Day, and we make our exit from dear old N. H. S. , ' 7 ' May 26. Baccalaureate. it X ,. - g May 31. Commencement. i- Lf:-,YJ Answer to Goshen Why, yes I live in Goshen. This little town Of little streets and ways And little folks and great I eat, sleep, work here, But most of all I live And laugh and weep And agonize and pray. I dream in Greece and Rome And try to bring my dreams to Goshen And sometimes do but mostly failed. .But here I meet my friends, My living breathing fellows And we walk and think and do And bless and hurt each other each day I Here I see great men sometimes small And small men sometimes great And out of all of Goshen's ugliness, Great beauty grow. And so I live in Paradise Right here. --Emilie Daniels s S euenty- eight . ..t:. X .... .... . .W..,.....,N...,.,,,.,,.-. ' K A X ..,x ML .,.. lzwx Xx,., iq, .x...,, sw x..x ..... X .W .xX,.. F. .... iw, .... 5 ..... .,.... AMQWI.-...M.bw-..i-,,.m........,. JZ u',p,,,, fy, F 'x -C220-444 , bw- 4fuu:.7Q1.!l4 '2' -uv--Q-. W 1 muff -9.4, k 4. k K. 1 .xx ew ffm.. Q14 'nu 11 MW. , , X . X W.. 1 xv- X u xi. ,K X. -f x33-A V . K x K, L x , K. 5 .. .,.,.,.,..,.x. ...,,.., ,....W..,..............,. .......... ..... ,....--.....,..r,,.-,,..-.,,.,-.,.-.,. .... -si.. .... ., .... 1 ....., -. ..,.X.... ,si H-...Nil V,,.. W. - A- J ,,,, 'D ,,, ass 1 Q2-5:9 an 9 CU 0 rw 1 s oc l 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 ll 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 Alumni I Evelyn Cottingham ,.,,..,.., --. ....,..,..3.....,, -, . .... --------At Home Lester Waterman . ,3,3.., .2...,..33..,., - ,---------Remy, Anderson, Indiana Alice Lowe fShermanJ '----- ,3..,.. ,L .,,. . 3..,. --Q-'- ..,.. -W Marioni Indiana Lowell Brandenburg ,........,.,...,., - .,....,,.., -----Indiana University Franklin Swank ---.---- ,...,.,... .---- ------. ....,. -- Sheridan, Indiana Mary Frances Scully --- ,....,..,. -Nurses Training School, Indianapolis, Indiana Cathryn Black ............ --- ...-.. -.---. ,..,,, - .,L.,.. - .,.,.. At Home Russel Wiseman ,,.,L.,.....T ---A .... -. ,....,. .-----Cambridge City, Indiana Arthur 'Brooks -- ..,....3L,v, . ----.--- .......Y. .---- .,,. ------- --At Home Mona Bolander -- ., L.,..,.. ------------,- ..,.,.,.. , Hudler's Printing Office Alice Young ..,..v,.,,.,... --.---- ,- ,..., -.-- ..L.w. Hudler's Printing Oflice Earl Reveal .,.....Y.,,..,. ----- ..,.,, - ...,... ---- Indianapolis, Indiana Victor Knarr ..........,..,. - - ,.,.. -. ..L. -- ,.,...A Remy, Anderson, Indiana Pauline Neal ,.,, -. ,,.,,.,........,. . ..,.,.. --------Williams 5 8 l0c Store Homer Wellman .,..,..,,...,. -,----.---, ..-,. ------- Hudler's Printing Oflice Naomi Payne ....,..L,.-.....L. .----,- ,...-,..,..3.., - Noblesville, Indiana . .,Atha1ene Gascho ........... ' 3.,.... . ......,,,.., .- ......, -----Radio Cafe Merle Barnette .L..........w. .----.- .,...,....a... - ,..3 -------At Home Keith Zeis ---- .,.... .- .,.,.,,,.. -.-- .nL.A....., Remy, Anderson, Indiana Irene George .,..,,..L..,..,.... - ,..,. - ,.,.., - .,.., Morris 5 'id l0c Store Opal Swank 3.,,.,,..,..,..,..,. -. .-- .,.....,.......,.. Cleveland, Ohio Cecil Giddings A.,,..,...,,,.-..,..,.....,.,...,.........,.. -At Home Edward Mosier .,..,....Y.. -, ...,... -- - ,..,.Y,..,........ ,- ----At Home Marion Scott ------ .,.,..,. . ---- 4...- Ball Teachers College, Muncie, Indiana Vera Mae Scearce .........L., - .,.. - .,..,......... , .... .,--Hanover College Darrell Walker ,.,,..,..,., ,--------- ,.Y..,.Y.... -----McMahon's Market Halcy Frye ...........,,.,..,,.,.v .---.- ..,.. - .,,......,..,.. At Home Alma Woods L.L....,,....,,.,....,,......, .- .,.w..,. - 3....,. At Home Amanda Sturdevant ..........,..,...... -.- .-,.C... Illinois Women's College Harry Gascho --,--- ...,.L...,.-,....,. -. ...,..,...,..3. Indiana University Richard Rector ......,.,,.,..,.....v .---. .,,.,,.,..3.. University of Illinois Denzle Kinzer .... ' ....,.w... - .--,----- .,.., -- .,.. - ......,. Lepird Shoe Store Ione Kinsey: .......,.............YL.w,.,....3, .- ..w.. , ..... V --At Home Charles Kirby ,....,..Y..W.....,.. -----, ........ -John Herron Art Institute 'Hazel Day ..-..- ---I .-..-..-..-..-. .- -.--.---..-..-....-..-. - At Home George Dixon ..-..-..-..-.-..--... .- ..-.--.--.-.--.- Indianapolis, Indiana Gordon Olvey .--.-..-..-.--..-..-..------.--.- With Holland Furnace Co. Leoria Phillips .--..-.--.-......-.... - ..-.- -----. -.-..-. -Hanover College Virginia Gifford -.--.-.--.----. -.--- -.--.--.--- .. .-.---- . Butler University Jim Oliver --.- -..-..-..-....-. --L .-.....-..- -J. G. I-Ieinzman's Clothiers William Newby .--.-.......-..-.--.-.--.-- - --.-...-- --Earlham College Ruth Wagner ..-...-.--..-..--.-.....-.--.-. ----Willitts Dry Goods Co. Ruth Chance ..-..-..-.--....... -,- .-.--.-..--. .- --..-.- Furniture Factory Oscar Fetty ....-..-.-..-...--.....-..-..-.--.----.-.. - .--. -At Home Chester Southard .....-.-..-... ' .-.....-.....-.--... - -..- K irklin, Indiana Mahlon Carroll ...--..-....-.--..-. - -.--.-..-..---.... Butler University Denzle Snyder .-..-..-..-.......... -. ........--...........- P--At Home Lora 'King - -.--.-..-----.--.---- . -.-.--.. ..-..-.--....- - ---Not Known Charles Sohl. ------------------------ -.---L- --------.--- Butler University Mahlon Sdaaller -------------------.----------- - M. Hass fd Sons. Clothiers Josephine Gentry -----------------------,----------- -DePauw University ljucille Harr --- ---------------------------- -.--------. ----- --At Home Winston Roberts ---------------- ---.--.---------- -------Purdue University Arthur Cornelius ------------ - -------- -. --------.- - ----------- At Home Elizabeth Servies Scott ------------- -. ----.-------- Remy, Anderson, Indiana Alma Musselman --------- ' ----- - ------------------- Ball Teacher's College Orval Evans ---------------- - -.-.-- ' -----...-----.-..-....... A t Home LeRoy Wingham ------------------- .- -------------------- A 3 P Grocery Thelma Bell -- ----------------------- .--- ------------------. At Home Elizabeth Fisher CPaynej ---------.- -.---- .------------ Indianapolis, Indiana Ethyl Kleyla ---- -, ---------------- .- ---------- Teacher's College Indianapolis Louise Harr ----------.- -----------------------------J. C. 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He played offensive half-back and defensive and was equally good at either place. MONTAGUE "Phil" was a dependable end and could be counted upon to get his man either on oflense or de- fense. He was especially adept at catching passes. Phil is only a .lunior and will be back next year. GRAHAM This was the lirst year that Graham attempted to play football but he proved to be .1 very "heady" player and as quarterback directed the plays of the team. He was an accurate passer and good broken field runner. EARL Substitutes are always a very valuable asset to any team and it was in this capacity that Albert Earl served the football team. Earl played guard and got into nearly all the games of the season. BUNDY Bundy played regular end last year but was shifted guard or tackle this year and it was noticable that few gains were made thru his part of the line. He was an accurate tackler and a hard driving man on offense. S X X . X - Q X . - f - Eighty-six x gt rx K, ..... ....,.. i xk... 1 .X..... . .. , .... ,.,,. .. . ..,. ,. ..... M , r X., I 1 E to was s fx 41:yf'f51'.'i . c, ...X.. .x....,... x.XXX. .N - . . ..-- r.. .... - .X.. ..,, .Xxx e ca. .... scat.. x.X., a. .x.. Wx.. x.XX Aa X.x. , .......,., -:...1r.., .,,.., 1 X... ..,...s.,..,,m...r.,..Is..4..b-...z..,s.. ..c-,..,-., 4, ,,..., -.,,t,.....,t.t.,..,.........,.,,,,........,W....,,,.,.. .... -,,,.,,,,,.,,,,.,,,,,-, LEHR , John l.ehr, a Senior and substitute half back was a speedy ball carrier, a good pass catcher. Although he did not carry the ball a great deal he aided in making gains by running good inter- ference for his teammates. POLAND By blocking up the plays of the opposing contestants on the gridiron Cedric proved his metal as our left tackle. Also was one of our most reliable, and steady offensive regulars whose sports- manship surely contributed its part for the success of the team. WILSON Catching passes from almost impossible ositi W'l p ons was ison's specialty and he could also carry the ball well after receiving a pass. Neither were many gains made around his end and when on oil' W'l ' ' ' ' ense tson s hard driving helped to make many.gains. Vl- GOli'I"I'l.li Ralph Goettle played his Grst year of varsity football this year and uroxcd to b f . . . i '- e a very ast half-back. He had plenty of fight and never thought of himself but only of the team R11 h . . . . p is a Senior this year. K N i .,h. I .,... at ..,.... i ...,.,. I ra. .,....... T .M .... M .... i ..., if ...., i .. ..,... a..,aaaT::.T .,... C 7-A Abu, x x ,df X 1 11.1.3 -L fi 1,4 xr tc ri- XX. offer .X KW SN-cs: . gs 5 .+ ' ws' - f ' ' " as I V 5 ,V , K, K. y 1, NK.. . X. ,,, , F Nic, .g 5 -Ns, W . J c k . jc If Lx.. 1 ,xlib xx 3 ,ph 2 nf X S , k in ,Kg .. QR v X .cc Eighty-seven .. .,,.c.,.... , .... me ...M .. ,...... 3423 -E axas- QA- R X N 5 X -. t.x xx x ...X X N , X X Mxxx -x-------xXx-- X -- -W Ni..-I .x---- ..x.x..X.x.xx..,, I -te i - 3 4 5 , isa.. al.. ...ctaaxwl-tc Wmwittc... m.......3.N+Q ROBERT GUNN Gunn came here from Westneld where he played as a substitute guard last year. He became a regular at Noblesville and was a dependable and steady football player. He is only a Sophomore and has two more years to play. RANDALL Arnold. a Junior, was one of those small but mighty men who made up in fight and grit what he lacked in height and weight. He played at regular half-back and carried the hall or ran interference with equal ability. ROUDEBUSH Marion started as a regular but in the first game his shoulder was seriously injured and he was forced to quit football the rest of the season. Marion is a Junior and will get his chance again next year. STERNE Fletcher played center on the Miller team this year and his passes were always accurate and helped the backfield to get a good start. Fletcher played equally well on defense and his loss will be deeply felt by the team next year. .,.... . .... ...W .... ............. . ,... , .. .. .,..,.., . ..... X . .. ,,.. . g tt.. K . . ,. if lin, 1 ct . X . H' IX X , -.r . - - X J . r K . . X . - .- 'V' xl' 1 wif? .... . R X.se"t' ' 5. paras. ,,.. X 1. t---cfpgtt Xt et T ,r .f Q 'XB N .. .i tx .1..aQNf--s as X f X Nxss- . g t s stats X -ss. X a. K , t - . X .. . . a . f X x Y K ' ,- X .fu , ' lb X Q -s X Q -Y fc f .X is X A 1 - X ' X MQ M., X ex . X. cgi, X 31 ,: ...,,,. an X . XX x X .- -2 NC. - R -Q my ' an . - k N. .............. . ..... .... , ......... ....... . ........ . .,..,. ... ..,........ 1. .... .... ..... f . .asa - ......,... ..,,.....,a... .... ....t.1ss.. .. ..., . .. .W Eighty-eight MUSSIELMAN X N .ft X .- its X X N Y. .S-N.: N M1AEd X X Y .N,.s,1 X N x x X X - , ., . ..... ., .... ...x.X. .,.,..,.. . . s......s..t.. 1 1 ' ' X is mf 4.4 -1' -wr' ' Although Harry had never played football before he got into several games this year and he Glled the guard position very well. lle isa .lunior and will be a great help to the team next year. l'AUl. WHlnl'liSlll.l. Paul played either guard or tackle and was a substitute who was always ready to go into the game and play to the best of his ability. He was a steady. reliable player who could be put into a game without weakening the team in any way. BENNUIUIA l.owcll, a Senior. playing his hrst year of varsity football was an outstanding player on this years team. In the last week of practice he received a serious internal injury and his absence was plainly shown in the last game. CERANCSHR "'l'wisty," a Junior. played fullback and was high point man of the lootball team. He was a une defensive player and backed up the line in fine style. Towards the last of thc season Harrell brolie his collar-bone and was unable to play the rest ol' the games. ,mg . wx . 1. ke ,t X. X .NQ A Q - t- L. soy - . NWS- t 1 fi. X XX S N xx a. X. . .k-. Q x . X 1 .. ef, ' .K S. .Vl s . .... .s .,.... ..... . .N ...... ,...-., .... s. .s,,..,.........a....... Eightyfnine C .... ,M,.,..lkq ..X. , ..X,. ,.k.i.,... WX X X X X Xf ,cet..t.,.,.MW.v..t.,..c x.xxx , x.X.XxxX. c Yell Leaders Mary Esther Brooks. Ralph Newby. Robert Zeis. Roberta Michaels. Squad Row lc Coach Hough. Harrell Granger. Fletcher Sterne. John l,ehr. Ralph Goettal. Robert Gunn. Robert Duckwall. Arnold Randall. George Bundy. Philip Montague. Marion Roudebush. Row 2: Clarence Gunn, Orval Vvlilson. Marshall Goldsmith. Harry Musselman, Albert Hale, Melvin Vwlilson, Paul Vwlhitesell. Frank Graham, Cedric lioland. Albert Earl. Row 3: Richard Zeis. George Dickson. Lowry Ashley. Sam Jerrell, Ozro Carson, Lowell NVright, George Cullen, Edgar Males. Harold Sapper. C Q.-Q Xtfzmc te, .QNX --X x X X ...i.w-S -. ell K? ox X- Nosfr A wwtw-c or N ' Sl: A 2. X R X Wo X QR X .f x x X X X, j XXI - X N .W.d...,..r.. .t.. ,M .....t............ ...t..t .... . t t.t.....c. .... . ...t Mc tt.. .......tt. , .., ........... Q .c..tt X ......... ....t t t Ninety PWM FRANK GRAHAM, Capmin 1 x ji GRAHAM Captain Graham is one of the most outstanding basketball players that ever played on a Noblesville team. This was his third and last, and most successful year of varsity competition. He was a fast, clever dribbler and an accurate passer. With a total of nearly 273 points he led the Millers offense. PHILIP MONTAGUE Phil played guard on the second team this year and received some experience which will be of great value to him next year. He made a great improvement this year and by his accuracy on long shots and his good defensive ability, he will undoubtedly get one of the guard positions upon the first team next year. O. WILSON A varsity man, that we will be sorry to lose is Crval Wilson. Hard and dependable playing, an accurate eye for the basket, and excellent floor work made Wilson a valuable man on the Millers team. Besides being a depend- able guard he also played forward and was one of the high point men of the season. During his two years here he has contributed much to N. H. S. POLAND Starting the season as floor guard, Cedric was shifted to center where his ability for jumping and control of the tip-off was keenly felt by the strongest of our opponents. Through his heady playing many well-planned. opposing plays failed to develope. By putting out the "ole fight" especially against Wind- fall, his worth was shown in the Tipton Sectional as well as all other games. DUCKWALL Because of his natural defensive ability Duckwall played either floor guard, or backguard. His playing was always steady and he could be trusted to take care of the best scoring opponent. Bob often broke through the opponents de- fense for points where they were most needed. Bob is one of the four regulars who graduate this year. ...tc.,... ..... . ...,...... . . .X .. .. .. L N New X Xxx Xtsztf--e - f- .. - 1 . as X . -VX su NX in X.. X kj s .'-- X' K X -l 1. t cm . Y -A x g N .,... .X ..,... ,..... .L .... . .. ss... . . A. ws. Ninery-two WOODS Owen, a substitute. played either forward or floor guard, and although handicapped in height was fast. and had a great deal of light. By working hard he has developed into a fine player and was getting into nearly every game at the end of the year. He is only a Sophomore and much is expected of him next year. MCNEAI. McNeal was a very A'scrappy" forward and was always ready to go into the game and fight as long as he was needed. He was a very "heady" player and was able to fool his opponents either on offense or defense. Tom will be back next year and will without doubt be a valuable man to his team. M. WILSON Wilson played in many of the games this year and could play either forward or center. His height made him a hard man to guard and he slipped under the basket for many follow-in shots. Sickness kept him out of some of the games and slowed him up in others. Melvin has moved to another town much to the regret of Noblesville students. RIEVEAI. Roy came to N. H. S. from Junior High and although only a Freshman he played some fine basketball for us. It was his scoring which won the Tipton game. With three more years ahead of him we hope to see Reveal develop into an excellent basketball player. A. HALE Albert Hale who started as a regular at the last of the year proved to be the 'idark horse" of the Basketball Season. His exceptional ability of breaking plays and accurate eye for the basket from the center of the floor indicates that he should be one of the main stays of next year's team. F .... X 4 .. X Nine! Ll - Ihree . . X. N. 1 X wxx. ggi .. X, Es. ga 'f N SX x x x X First Team Row l: Roy Reveal, lirank Graham, Thomas McNeal. Row 2: Owen VJood. Robert Duckwall. Orval Wilsivn, Coach Hough M lvin Wilson Cedric Foland, Philip Montague. xy exe SCHEDULE Nov. 23 Noblesville H27 Alexandria Nov. 30 Noblesville .- ,L ,32 Fishers L, Dec. l Noblesvilleun a,,,,36 Tipton Emo Dec. 7 Noblesville , L26 Fairmount Dec. 8 Noblesville , E23 Mooresville Dec. l4 Noblesville,-,.a..,. ,..a-,36 Tipton E , Jan. 4 Noblesville a,a-,-24 Fairmount Jan. 5 Noblesville , ,,, 7 Carmel ,M Jan. 29 Noblesvillewu , LEZO Lapel L., , Feb. l NoblesvilleuL , ,E,,22 Rushville , Feb. Z Noblesville . , ,a,22 Edinburg L Feb. 8 Noblesville,, L .E.E 33 Alexandria Feb. 9 Noblesvillew L E,., 34 Mooresville Feb. l5 Noblesville., ., .. ,.,,Ea30 Lapel , ,L , Feb. l6 Noblesvillen ,. ,,,,33 Greenfield , 1 X X 55 X X X Q s X N M Ninety-four i ff k.k.' Tiifffj .IIIIN x x :A x.X.. et., 5. Second Team Sealed: Manager Harrell Granger. Standing: Arnold Randall, Marion Rouclebush. Cx Montague. lidgar Stafford, Roy Reveal. Dee. Dec Dec Dec Jan .lan .lan l'eb. Feb Noblesville --Noblesville -Noblesville +Noblesville -Noblesville Noblesville Noblesville Noblesville Noblesville harles Ciarhardt, Kenneth liller. Philip SCHEDULE 9 Tipton 29 22 Fairmount 33 7 17 Mooresville 7 , I7 Tipton 25 9 Fairmount 22 Y 10 Carmel 20 , , I2 Lapel I4 l 7 Lapel l 6 l 5 Greenfield , l I vi i si iN Nineiy- Hue ...vi .x.Xxx . ..i?.,.,..,:......... .... Z.. .,,.. i :..aa.::..., n.l,.,...3T..a,.Tx3,.,..T1, xx., ,..,,,.,..,.,.,..,-al.. X..xx . ....., ,v.5:.......:,,...,... ..:,K.-.a.'r,... ,.,.X .3I....,......a.,.....M...,...,,..,,,,,,,,,.,,.,................-....M 1 5 4 W I .5,2'PfffD S25 ii? Q53 iliifsi CQ Q? CD Oo 5 CD O Tournaments 6TH DISTRICT NOBLESVILLE 4- LIBERTY A Noblesville was off with an early lead and was never seriously threatened by the Liberty quintet. The final score was 33 - 20. A NOBLESVILLE - GREENFIELD The Millers did not fare so well against the Lions of Greenfield and were eliminated by a score of 14 to 36. Shelbyville won this tournament by defeating Rushville, Connersville, and Greenfield and they left -little question as to their superiority over all the teams participating. ' COUNTY Noblesville was defeated by a rally in the last half staged by the Arcadia team. The game was marred with many fouls by each team. With the score tied at 18, two of Noblesville's regulars were put out on personals and from then on it was all Arcadia. The final score was 3l - l8. The Boxley team was the dark horse of the meet. By fighting all of the time they advanced to the Hnals but were defeated by Carmel who won the tournament. SECTIONAL Noblesville advanced to the second round of sectional play by easily defeat- ing Kempton 29 --13. Windfall was top-heavy favorite to defeat Noblesville but after thirty minutes of desperate fighting the Millers emerged victorious. The game Was very fast and neither team ever gained a safe margin of points. At the end Noblesville held a 2 point advantage, the score being 20 - 18. In the other bracket Tipton had defeated Sharpsville by a 26 - Zl score. However, Cicero upset the dope bucket and nosed out Tipton by the same margin. Two Hamilton county teams, Cicero and Noblesville met in the final game and Noblesville proved to be too strong for the tired Cicero players. By this victory Noblesville avenged the defeat handed them last year in the finals of the Sectional. REGIONAL Lebanon was outplayed in every way by the Technical team and was elim- inated by a 34 - 18 score. Tech appeared to have a bunch of cool but hard driving basketball players. Anderson was forced to call time out when Noblesville gained an early lead but they came back strong and after overcoming the Millers lead gradually pulled to the front. Noblesville displayed only flashes of the brand of basket- ball played by them at the sectional. The score was 33 - 22. In the final game Technical, by playing fast basketball, was able to defeat Anderson. By controlling the tip off and passing and shooting accurately Tech kept possession of the ball most of the time. The final score was 27 - 20. Technical later advanced to the finals of the state tournament. ,,...,,:,g ,,.,.W,....,,....,,.......aW......,.........,,,,,......-.,,..,.......,,........, , ...,. ww on - ...., .ffwlflaf ',Ai f Q'Q.QL,1IlT "" 7572221 """X ? f 59 sf GEN.. f' is Ninety-six ALIGN CAREY. Capmin ALICE CAREY A junior and captain of the Noblesville Girls Basket-ball team. Alice has made the Hrst team for three years and for the last two has been the star forward of the team. She is rather small and very very quick, the last, of course, being a very valuable asset to any player. She was able to dash under, around, or over her guard and score from under the basket almost any time during a game. CATHERINE GERRARD Another forwardfwas Catherine Gerrard. and since only two forwards could be used Catherine did not get to play all the time. This didn't seem to daunt or flaunt her for she was almost always at practice, working and fighting her very best. She was always ready to go into the game and was a good scorer. Catherine is one of the two Senior players to graduate this year. VIRGINIA ADAMS Virginia came out for basket ball last fall and the first "pop out of the box." she made the team. She plays a good, fair and square game, and she certainly has a fighting spirit. Virginia never plays a game half way. She always puts forth every bit of her basket ball ability. Virginia is a Sophomore this year. so watch her step! JANE. CRAIG There were five Sophomores on the l928-l9Z9 basket ball team and Jane was one of them. This was the Hrst year of Janes basketball career and it was quite a successful one, as she proved herself quite worthy of a position as guard on the team. She always played her level best in practice as well as in a game. DOROTHY DUCKVJALL A Sophomore this time .and a running mate of Alice Carey. When Alice was unable to score Ducky usually followed in and scored. We haven't any proof for it, but we venture to say that these two forwards are as good as any two in the state. As neither of them graduate we are expecting more coopera- tion next year. . .... nie. , .... sw X X . .. X X X X X ex X N5 I . ............... .... ...,... . ...... .... I N X at .,.,.................. sea ....... ....,.. .M....f. Nirzely -eight X .X 1 X ..... .. X X X Q ........,.,, .,..,,S2 W- - -- .aaaans ..., asus. DEMA ROUDEBUSH Dema was Ruby's running mate. She always seemed to be at the right place at the right time. Dema and Ruby used plenty of teamwork and they certainly made things hum in that center section. She has one big asset and that is,-keeping cool head at all times. Dema is also a Sophomore. so we hope to see her in the lineup for two more years. LOUISE ZEIGLER l-ouise was not eligible for basket ball the first semester but she made up for lost time the second semester. Guard was her main position and she cer- tainly Hlled that position well. The opposing teams found it quite difficult to get around her. She also plays very well in center. Watch for her next year! RUBY XVll.l,lTS Ruby is a Sophomore. and if she improves as much in the next two years as she has this year. Noblesville l-ligh School will have something to look for- ward to in the way of centers. She put forth every ounce of her strength in every game and with her in the lineup every one else felt like doing as much. THELMA VVHITE Thelma has been a "regular" for the last three years and dependable as well as skillful. She plays jumping center and guard almost equally well. and is quite sunny natured about either. l-ler team mates will surely feel her loss, as Thelma graduates this year, after having given of her best to Basket ball, as to every- thing else. .gglig ...kc , .1 g. . gg . 6. W K L V, A xl., .X ....., . aa ,... asa., I N stxsmx - X- ':. We ,,.x+'.:.f" Nmelif- mint' . A - .......a..... Girls Basketball Squad Row 1: Helen Riggs, Dcma Roudcbush, Alice Carey, Catherine Ctrrurd Dorothy Dutk wall. Row 2: Thelma Harr, Coach: Virginia Adams, Thelma Whitt Ruby Wlllll5 .lint Craig. Louise Zeigler. Row 3: Grace DeVaney. Alice Sterne, Dorothy Chance, Dorothy Jmtrt Bmrbara loland Audrey Snyder, Athlene Woddcll. SCHEDULE Nov. 23--Noblesville , a,,2O Peru ,W Jan, 12-Noblesville ,D A , ,, 34 Atlanta Feb. l--Noblesville DDM, 23 Atlanta Feb. 9-Noblesville ,A ,a,,a37 Ben Davis Feb. 15--Noblesville ,D , 25 Peru S , S, Feb. 23-Noblesville C30 Ben Davis X X X One Hundred Rlcirmlan BECK, Cum-h M., .., .1 ,. ,, ,A ,M ,,. , Y Q 1 Track Several prospective track candidates reported to Coach Beck the last of March and after considerable work were developed into a well balanced track team. The following are the leading men in each event. Prank Graham, Prank Graham, Lowell Bennett, Orval Wilson, Prank Graham- Frank Graham, Lowell Bennett, Cedric Poland, Earl Crist --, Harrell Granger, Cedric Poland, Harrell Granger, Cedric Poland, Arnold Randall, Harrell Sapper George Cullen, and Robert 'Zeis---.-,r-- ..-High Jump Orval Wilson and Richard Zeis -----,----..EL.,--r.--.- Pole Vault ,,-------rE------,----E-EShot Put Earl Crist,-.-----. ,.... ,Broad Jump 100 yd. Dash Thomas McNeal- Yr... 220 yd. Dash Eugene Baldwin--r.rrE440 yd. Dash Edgar Males, and George Dickson I -,,L-,--.,t,---V. ..M1le and Half Mile Richard Zeis, Robert Zeis, John Richard Zeis, Robert Zeis, John Lehr, and Earl Crist ....,... Hurdles Lehr, Orval Wilson, Thomas McNeal, Harrell Granger, Edgar Males, and Cedric Poland, Constitute the Relay ICHIHS. THE TRACK SCHEDULE April 5th-Sheridan ..-E... Here April 12th-Anderson ...,, There April 19th-County--.-- Westfield April 27th-Triangular Meet ' May May May June wLE-..----- Westfield 3rd-Warren CentraL-There l lth-Sectional ...vr Elwood 18th-State .... Indianapolis l st--National--. LL.. Chicago Up to this time only 2 track meets have been held. In the first meet of the season Noblesville and Sheridan met and at the end of the running of the regular events the score was tied. To break the tie they agreed to count the half mile relay 5 points. Sheridan won this and also the meet. On April 12th Noblesville went to Anderson and was defeated by the score 75 - 24. The N. H. S. thinlies seemed unable to do their various events as well as they did against Sheridan partly on account of the unfavorable weather and the difference in the two tracks. ,,,,. ,..,.,.., ...,. - ..,.....,...,.,,,,, ....,..., .... ,......,,,., . ,.,,,... . g... i . ..... i ...... ..,..... . ,....,. , ...,.. P ..,t. ......,.... .,............... .......,...,. .XT ,.....,.,,.. i g.....i ..,..... . .,,, . 'K N' t' if ---, sl 'J ff ' R+- sf ,f X." is f' -Q ' 3 X its Wei- X tw' X fb f X, X. H . as x- , X: Y . .ev r- ,Q ,,,, M, ,,,,,,. 35, ,g,..,.,, ,..., W,,,,a,,,zs,,..,...a..,,..,....,.......As.a:..,s. ,.,. ...........t.,,... r ..... , ....... . ,eau ............... it .........,......... , ..... gcc., ........ .,.. , .t,.,,,.,.,,t ..,.. .t... M ...,t.. .,...... .....t. Q s. ..,r,.i,.m.sa.,...M.....1:.,.:.,...,.lc.,,is,.,M..,gsss.ei.,....:....,r..,,..,...,,...,.....,....,e...,... One Hundred Two ,62A.....l5 95,15 Ulead,-fQn9'o H9 Www wfwfuwza, SJ J 614 if ff-W Jew ,gfuzfwii :,x..,,3.:i.,.:.i2 ...,x, ..., t.l.iN..,.?.,f ..Xx ,... . ...ETS ..,, ,.,. : ,:Q..,.tag x...,,,. i.i.i.:..,,,,:::i....7: ...,.,.,:Tl.,.,r..tg,A,,..:..:, ..xx , .art .Xx. M pg .Xxx , ...g:T,...T.:t..,r..,..,r..,..,,,.x...,..r,, 3., .xx.X I ,:..,.,rl.l ....X ,...r,,s.,,g7iK K -I ,..i,L,,,...... ,7,,.,.....,K,,.....,....,. ......a....,,...M.,., ,. kQ . H fx X ,:.. 214.22121 Spring Athletics FooTBALL For the first time in several years spring football was started in N. H. S. Track candidates were not allowed to practice football and so there was not a very large number on the football squad. Fundamentals formed the majority of the work. Some of the players had never been out for football before and some were promising material for next years squad. Several of last years first string men were out for football and were improving a great deal. Coach Beck has obtained a good hard schedule of games for the 1929 sea- son and an enjoyable and profitable season is expected. Especially is next years team looking forward to the Brazil game which will probably be played at night. If it is it will be a new experience to Noblesville teams. INTER CLASS TRACK In May the classes of the school will compete in an interclass track meet. As the teams are evenly matched some spirited competition isfexpected. Members of the regular squad are allowed to participate and this will help to make it a good meet. n GIRLS INTER CLASS BASEBALL The girls of the various classes are planning to have inter-class baseball. By virtue of their recent Athletic accomplishments the Sophomores are picked to win the championship but the other teams will be leagued together to defeat them. I .... .. WW ., . ..,....... . ---'- 2 ,-:X .. .... - .. , 3 X X 721 . Na. ilk. :kbp tx aw is , rg Q.:-Q, is Qlfggfx XXX is -uf . sig 5 Y. tg, .L "2 bv., W."".'2" .... ...., X we , L... , If:2igi1..,.fig..1.::fs.,.....'ig,c.aa .... , ...ssc.ga..,..,.f:xiii.,.QE'g:Li:..,,,,...,.fiiar.L:.aqa.iI:..,..,.,Z:iSg..Il,.,.2: .... f fg.,...,,..Lt:.Nmi,.,.2.e..2a.:m,,,,.,,,........:-: One Hundred Four I .. ,J Puxrwrn RA 1- aoxamzof A KD If U WHEUN1 xrzozozozoze -,. -. -,M-,B --'-fx ,N .,,.,f,.,,.M,. ,V ,af aw- 'asus' agua-v-' 5 2-A 'Jcaoo O woo 76967 G1 Q ceggggfib C9 GD Q3 Q QKD C939 Q60 QDf3?.GD CQ QQ QQ,QgQQG,gpw53J.Q Chiefs Delights Our Faculty Pet Abominations yii Cigars MR. STARR Foes poetry Singing azz Bryant Darned if I know Golf MR. RUTHERFORD "little programsu' Cranberries , IOIphelia Nature trails oises Neatness MISS WOODRING gugtgyigg Marcels A U ll Travel stories Intruders Peeling beets MISS JONES Seyving , V Hersheys Erldits "Alf" ewe ry .ff Swappin' stories MR. MEULLER Edgar Guest Being exact Iyoodrow Wilson - Rilcy's poems cringue Poetry ' Miss sAwYER glhii fiiji "Bearcats" at . Going places Getting up g ,H peace MISS JOHNSON gunetuality ' ' T ' ossrp Frying Washing ears Brown hat MR. KELLY Sitting still Pipe Afternoon classes Gum Coal deliveries le mths... Englishmen Mlss wooD Bath sans Dill pickles Ilefanaofnd- Making soap ur oc M 2' Punctuality MISS CAREY gang . A ' , istory nf' Hgzlcxa Cold weather j, Epworth League MR. PITTS House cleaning Junior-Senior English Composition j i., Hay rides e ow s afes Aft Mas. LATHROPE John Wm diff Grand children gietiing Dick Zeis - pee ing 5:4 Butler MR, HARGER Democrats A arguing gaclaeth orses ass .5 1 is Dates Miss HARR Gum Crackers lgleeciings - -' ii ' I. . ur ue Twins MR. Hows Parties Order Physical Education eff Sleep Assemblies ' Marketing MISS COY Rigy Kitchen Radios e ' Greek Burnt Carrots Music MR. ELLIOTT Tardiness F Music Alibis ,Q Music Discords A' 1 Smoking JOHN WALL "Dulcinie" 9 Vocation Opcrettas ' ' Spinning yarns Al Smith Q' f s 5 One Hundred Seven A I Z fs LW' , ,.,,,,,,,,, M.. . , x. , -...,.......,: .,.. ..3..,...T::L..,.3S....,.,.,i ...,....X.. ...Wa ,.,. ,.....,....,. .,.. :M..:m.........1........:..T ...x...xx Z .L X.... ,:.Xr.:.,..-::...,.,.v........Z,..,.. ...x , .,,...,:,.,...,.t:,.,..,...,,...,...r,,t.,.,.............t ..XN W. T .,....1t....W .... ,. as3....,...I,..,..,,..,,X.,..,...,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,.,......,,,..,,..,,,.,....., W, oi ,, . . to 2 um Q ucv Professional Directory 1,,-,,,.,,-,,-,,-..-,,... ,,.. .. .... - .... ......- - - -......-....-....-....-..4-4..-....-....-....-....-....-................g. I iBRATTAIN 26 MANN 1CI-IRISTIAN 8 CHRISTIAN l Attorneys Attorneys Q I Over Economy Drug Store Phone 176 T Logan and 9th Phone 1723! 1-4---4-4-----n-r---4-t-t-4--4-4-m-- +-+- -4- T - --r- - -1-- -4- '1-- --4-4---4-I-4-o------t-----o----t 1 ROSCOE R. POLAND . GENTRY, CLOE id CAMPBELL I Attorney Attorneys 1Jones word Blk. Phone 245 1 86416 Logon sr. Phone 4941i 1 -,......,.,.-h..D...,.-o..,mt.-on-hh-nh1nn-nn--un-un-u- i -ww- 1-1' - llll -nw-w-lm-mI-nn-m- -nw-nw-nu-vm-I 1THOMAS E. KANE NEAL U LITTLE 1 Attorney Attorneys 1 Harris Joseph Blog. Phone 430 1 4656 N. 9th Phone 595i g ,W,-,,,,,.,,,,1,,,...,,,,..,,,,..,,,,-.M1, ..g,,...,,.-u1.q.-ul- T -un1nn1-44141un-uninn-nn-:un-uu1un1un1nn1nu-nu-I 2 I 1MEADE VESTAL 1DR. G. L. GRUBBS i Attorney Chiropractor i Over Am. Nat'1 Bank Phone 136 T 4015 N. 9th Phone 232i ,,,,,.,,,,.,,-,,....,.,,-....,....,- .... - .... ....,- .... .....- , -.....,... .... - .... - .... .. .... .. .... .. .... .. .... .................-..-l EDR. EARL BROOKS sDR. CHAS. A. COOPER l Dentist Dentist iFirst Nat'1 Bank Bldg. Phone 506 i 40M N. 9th Phone 44! 1 ----1--H--4-M -'t- - 4-t- - t-t- - 4-o- - t-r- - otth - htrt - --PP -n--- 4 -to-4-----4-4-4-H------4--I--4----M4 1DR. WM. GRAHAM iDR. H. H. DITTBRENNER 1 Dentist I Dentist 1 Over Corner Durg Store Phone 484 I 905112 Logan Phone 7505 l 1plg7ln1llgn7ll-:Hu-ztllllM11 u-:hill llll 1 llll S-D llll 4l1llll1 T Sllllllilllll1'llll-1HPlll1lllI111ll1lll'T lll1'Wllll'l?l"": EDR. E. C. RAY IDR. J. E. HANNA T Dentist Optician . i 93792 Logan Phone 42 lg 91215 Logan Phone 270i +lg7pllill-1111-illlnll iiiiii IIII1- lill -ilillrrnllihllih IIII 13 Illl 2 llll CI1 llll li?1lT I liiliiiilliili A . . IX One Hundred Eight -- Y, ' .-. . ,.v- - . - - ' - .es Q. V 1:--"'::"' . -g..q:--ear:-PPL.: ,R Ty LQ? Q3 Gi? Q"P.fli9Q..G1 C9 QD GD G3 C33 45.53132 555 if Professional Directory ' 7"""""""""""""'5"' - ' ' ""11Ef5g-5'1QQQ,'EE""" - ' """"1 11 ROWE OPTICAL CO. 9 U Auctioneer 29 S' 9th 1 Phone 3 U 961 Logan Phone 221 1 -nxuxul-ll1ll1l'1I!1lI1ll1lI1lI1ll1 10' 11 -,,.,i,,,,,,,,...,,,1,,,,,,,,Q,,,i.,,1,,,,,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,I 1 R. C. POLAND DR. s. W. HooKE. M. D. Q H Auctioneer Wild Block Q N Jones Ward Bldg. Phone 245 Res. Phone 366 Office Phone 155 H -,,.....1..i..1...Q.-1p.1un1n1uu-nu-:nu1nu1un- 11 -nn1n-nininn-uuiuuzunxlliuillxllxlluruxunH 11 DR. V. G. BLACK, M. D. DR. O. B. PETTIJOHN. M. D. 11 11 Ledger Block U 92716 I-08311 H 1 Res, phone 320 omce ph.-,ne 49 1 Res. Phone 69 omee Phone 48311 I -,,i::4L5,1::i::l.,.-,:i::L::L.,..,,,i,,:i,,.-n, -um:uurluinninuiuninlinurllinnnnintzllnnnn 13 11 , 1 DR. J. D. STURDEVANT, M. D. 11 REV- G- E- JONES 11 11 First Natl Bank Bldg. ,, Presbyterian 1 11 Res. Phone 590 omee Phone 557 .1 1194 Cherry Phone 6110311 11 1 I' , -nu1ll1ll1ul-ll1n1lu1u1ul1lw1un11ln1ul:uun U -..1..1..1..1.,1,g....g1,.1,.,,,1.,,i.,i.,1u-1 jj DR. RAY sHANKs. M. D. REV. J. FRANCIS ASHLEY' ff 9435 Conner 111 Christian ' ' ,. lj Res. Phone 47302 OHice Phone 306 H 108 S. 9th Phohe 2601: REV. N. C. TRUEBLOOD jf REV. C. B. THOMAS " 11 Friends Methodist 11 11 1095 Division Phone 319023. 1098 S. 9th Phone 27802 'N' 1 11 DR. THOMAS J. NEALE ' 11 1 Naturopathic Physician 11 256 S. 10th Phone 187 Lilllliiff' Iliff 'i-llllll:ll::il:'l:-llll El 1 illllllllllillillllllllillillilillll4. t"' A 51 Nea V 1.."f One Hundred Nine The Ideal Year Book is an expression of the personality of the school which it repre- sents. The Indianapolis Engraving Company through its Annual Planning and Ser- vice Department can help you express in your book the true personality and traditions of your community and school. 'il J H ,ff ,Jax 92, . Write for information if-gg' This book engraved by L --' lr DJ , 'H' I THE INDIANAPOLIS 3,3314 Pfyiyfw ENGRAVING COMPANY E531 '.Z'. yi vw y 5 5 wULsIN BUILDING J" I , INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA pf 'S X . NN I JA- , d gy ...Q -f J rzllllli' I I Q ft' IT?-Qu ? tg - TWH si- Z'- V-E7 One Hundred Ten ,....-., , . .,, .. M. .,...,.-s..u .... .. . . . ..- K X Q 1... .W .:.. ,L. .,.. ,,.,a....,,:.,.i,,,,....,,t,., ,,,r,N,..,.Q.....,,,,,..., ,,.. 2 ,....,. ----f'x-x-X---- .,.X T ..X. , ,...x.,...,,...X.. X L P Q ,WN 1, ,xxL ,W ..,.x... . ...... , . L,,. Lx.. , W x.,.. s.4L,--:e. Q. J.. X-- .11i,...L.i...,ff" I ' -. I I I, . . , , I ,7.. 'n , ,W ,UM I, ,. ....,,...-.- ..., . ...X .iii .'x.. .. " g'gL""' T' 'g"' E ...S THE ICE CREAM SUPREME DISTRIBUTORS PASTEURIZED MILK AND CREAM Hoosier Dairy Products Co. PHONE 275 654 CONNER ST. NOBLESVILLE, IND. IllllllllllllVIIllllIIlIIlII!IlIl!!IVIlllIIiI IIIHIHI I I I IHIHIHIIlllllllllllllllI I I I I I I I IllIllIllIllIllIllIllIlilllIlllllIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII We do all Kinds of Family WHSh1'Dg Including Blankets, Comforts: also Feather Beds and Pillows. We do not Remove the Feathers But Clean them. COMPLETE NEW RUG CLEANING DEPARTMENT PATRONIZE A NOBLESVILLE INDUSTRY PHONE 65 540 N. 14TH ST. NOBLESVILLE, IND. IllllllllIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllll I I I I I I I I IlllllllllllllllllVIIIIHI I I I I I I I IlllllllllllIllIllIIIIlIIIIllllllllllllllllllllll J. C. PENNEY CO., Inc. EAST SIDE SQUARE NOBLESVILLE, IND. QUALITY ALWAYS Selling Quality Merchandise at a Low Price is one of the principles upon which this Company is founded-it is an ideal with us, that we live up to in all our dealings. Quality alone would not be enough. Only the highest quality at the lowest price possible, in keeping with the market value of the goods, is the goal for which we strive. AT A LOW PRICE I. s t . , One Hundred Eleven Mr. Elliott wished the Girls Cilee Club to go back a few lines in the song they were singing. He had remarked how many measurers back they should go and still they did not understand so he said "Go back to Cut off his little head." ...-Q... Robert Duckwall: 'AI won't come to commencement if I have to wear a night gown and cap. l'll wear something else first." Miss Sawyer: "Well, you would anyway." ...0-.. Robert Conant reading Latin in a sing-song tone when told by Miss Sawyer there was no connection between Latin and Music said: "Yes there is-Silens Nox and all that silly stuff you made us sing." C. N. BARKER'S HARDWARE NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA ALWAYS AT YOUR SERVICE WITH . GENERAL HARDWARE n MCCORMICK-DEERING TRACTORS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS INTERNATIONAL-TRUCKS IIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIHII I II Illl Illl Il I Il I Il I lll I III I ll I ll Il I I I I I I Illl Illl I ll Illlllllll ll lII Illl lllllllll I I llllll llll LUNCHES STEAKS EDWARDS CAFE Claud Edwards, Prop. Special Chicken Dinner Every Sunday CHOPS SALADS PHONE 25 0 ' S. S. SQUARE NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA , cict . .. . sf.. One Hundred Twelve Q3 QQIEETIPB as Q CCD ca GD QWC9 Q5 tgp C31 c-ifiiiuciiiiife C9 GD Q5 QD 62.59.429 Q Q QQPQ QQQ AARON PURSEL JEWELER AND OPTICIAN 920 LOGAN STREET NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA I HOW ABOUT YOUR FUTURE? Make uncertainties certain by insuring in the New York Life Insur- ance Company. ' Their NEW POLICY takes care of you in old age if you live- Takes care of your loved ones if you die, and takes care of you and your loved ones if you become disabled. Either ask, phone or write for literature describing this wonderful policy without obligation. EDWARD FORSYTHE LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE ACCUMULATED EXPERIENCE IS HERE TO SERVE YOU O. E. Phillips Dry Cleaning Company . One Hundred Thirteen V. - -...4...h...., , , ....-Qu.- , -..E M.. ., .... I ' ' "'TTI"""I, i mf 'iW"""""fT'T'I,' C' ' as.M.a...,..r...r.,...3...,......,.,,.,,..u....t..,........,,.......,...,....,..-.,... W rf- ..., ,emi ,,a.:5- fav-fx k,.r1Q---E,-.fx ,ax rx 3,-ex--QNX 15 1 k N s .l..,.c,,.gg.-Xfx-fx.f1ir..X X Lelia Elliott, Cin Class Playj , "We Wash your food and cook your socks." Q-.. A group of boys and girls were seeing who could touch their nose with their tongue. Mary Esther Brooks was exhibiting her skill and Robert Conant said: "She's got a tongue like a fountain pen." V I I e-O-- - Mr. Kelly had assigned special reports and on the day to have them a pupil who had been assigned one was absent. He looked at her empty seat perplexed and finally said: "I see one of our special reports is absent." lg? , Lee Coverdale nodding in class when punched and told to wake up re- plied "I can't, I'm not asleep." IVIIIIDHIIIIIlllllllIlllllIIIIIIIIllllIIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI I I I I I I lllllllllllllllllll I I I I I I I llllllllll I I lllllllllllllllllllll QUALITY ABOVE ALL HERFP-JoNEs COMPANY DESIGNERS AND MANUFACTURERS OF I SCHOOL AND COLLEGE JEWELRY OPFICIAL JEWELERS To NOBLESVILLE HIGH scHoo1. INDIANAPOIQIS lllllllllllllll I llllll I llllll I llllllll FRED'S CIGAR STORE 71 soUTH 9TH STREET BILLIARDS, ICE CREAM AND SODAS - A ,-', M .... if .,c.. ...C ... ,,,,,,,,,,,W ,,.,, , .,,,,.,..,.,.,,,,p,.,.... , ,cc,,.c,c,,r,r,.c,o,.,,c,cc.p,,,., U ,,WWW,,WWW ,.,, W, crrs,,,r, , ,c,,,t. -,,M,, ,,..m ,,,,W.c,,,,,,.,,MW ,,m. ,.,p,,ztt e,,,,, ,p,,, One Hundred Fourteen X..--3, -f , -'1..,.9-f Ao. .,,. ...a,,...,...,,......r,.a.,.,.s.r.,......,.,..,..............,,u: . , r...,. ...,... .. ... ,..,. -.a..,. WMM Wm MW , ......-.M-..-..Mt.....,..I..WW.,.......,,..,....m. ..X....... I.. ..x. ,,..M...,,, ..,e.........- , .. .N 17- 1 1 1 T 1Q'.1Z.:g I I ff? QD Q If NOBLESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL USES EM-ROE EQUIPMENT EM-ROE SPORTING GOODS COMPANY 209 WEST WASHINGTON STREET INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA INDIANA'S LEADING SPORTING GOODS STORE I I I I I IIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIllIIIIHII'IIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVIIIII IlIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUI I I I I I G. M. MILLS E5 SONS HUPMOBILE--CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH Sales and Service Glass- Installation by new Modern Method-Body Rebuilding-Auto Laundry-Fender Repairing-Auto Storage. Tires 'I Batteries "' Painting EVERYTHING PERTAINING TO YOUR CAR WRECK CAR SERVICE PHONE 7 ALWAYS OPEN I I I I I I I I I WATCHES AND JEWELRY BAUCHERT JEWELRY STORE "The Biggest Liltle Store" MRS. O. R. CLOVER, Prop. NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA f"' I . . . S 4 One Hundred Fifteen l ...:g:4.a,...g,,,:gga...a. -..,....,,,,,.....RT,...I.Ti.,......:,....,....a,i........r.....T: ,. , . .. A 5 X E -QQ- X .+?Tif'QExGsgqffggwl qxispicy Q 5 Q53 555 Q .. Bob C. Cin Cicero translatingj "We will leave the sheeps and flees." W..-,l Elsie Jones, Actress, once said. "I'm going to keep falling in love just as long as I have some one to rehearse with me." We think maybe Mary Opal Williams has read that some place and has adopted it for her slogan. ' TCL. In Latin Class Cedric Foland after placing a sentence on the board, dis- covered, when he had taken his seat he had a mistake and shouted, "Hey dot that O I " .....01. Miss Coy Cafter Foods Class had wandered from the discussion of sugarj "Now let's go back to sugar." IIllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIllIlllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll I ll ll llllllilllllllllll ll ll lllll llllllllllllllll llllll llllllllll!lllllllIMIIlllllllllllllllllllllll PINNELL-DULIN LUMBER COMPANY 8TH AND CLINTON PHONE 51 IllllllllllllIllIllIllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll ll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll IIlllllllllllIIIKIIIlllllllllllIlllllIllllllllllllllllllll HILL COMPANY FURNITURE, STOVES, RUGS, LINOLEUM, TRUNKS AND BAGS ATWATER-KENT RADIOS TELEPHONE 59 fp c A' rs.. One Hundred Sixteen f5,3ggg5gy cg5z15J're1bc9 G3 GDQKEJ C9 GD Q ID CDI CiT?f43vSCi2OcG1l5fg QA Q7 QI CQVQ-GD QQ CD Q 93,6153 WALL BROTHERS CO. FURNITURE AND RUGS--FUNERAL DIRECTORS RADIOS NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA I I llllll I I I I I I I I I I I llllIlllllllllllllllllllllNIIllIIIIlllllllllllllllillillll I I I I I I I I I I llllllllllll I I I I I UNION SANITARY WORKS OF THE N. O. NELSON MFG. CO. Manufacturers of "NO N CO" PRODUCTS NOBLESVILLE, IND. Ill I I I Ill I I I Inn I I I I I I I In Ill I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I llllll InI I IllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllll J. O. NICHOLSON' GROCER PHONE 127 608 PLEASANT ST. j .L....S:?:u4, ,M ,ia H .. ' . ,fly ,. -.Q .ix X I .. N' , U ' -Q . , One Hundred Seventeen W... ..........,, , ...X....xx,..x. .,...,.x.,..xX... . ,M .X.xxx . xx.x. , e .xxX.X,. ,.... x.xx.x ,x,, . .gl ui... ..,, ,,x, ...,........., ..,.. ,,.,.,......,.,... ....a............,..,.........s....,,,.,. ..,. ,.x..L E .m..,. L. x.x,.. .x,.. 3 Ii 3 N Q 32,2 555 Alice Baker--A'Can I go wrap up my leg if I can End the janitor?" Mr. Kelly Qblushing furiouslyj-"Why-er-yes-but why not get one of the girls?" -Oi ' Mr. Mueller had a long fancy cigarette holder and was smoking away peace- fully. . ,l . Lelia Elliott-"Why the holder?" Mr. M.-"I'm trying to get away from Cigarettes." CNow isn't he brightj. ...Qi Harley Forsythe Cat P. T. A. Meetingj 'AMy heavens! What's a fellow going to do you can't eat without Latin or live without Artl" ...QT Mr. Mueller: "Who was the Gentleman in Adam's time?" Alice Baker: "Why Adam, of course, he was the only man there." IllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIIIlIIIIllIIlIHIHllillillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIlIIIIllIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllbllIllllllllllllllllll INSTALL YOUR TELEPHONE TODAY "MAKE THE WORLD YOUR NEXT DOOR NEIGHBOR" Trans-Continental and Trans-Oceanic Toll Service HOME TELEPHONE COMPANY MAX E. HOSEA, Manager llllllllllllllIllllllllllllIlIlllllllllIlllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll llllHlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlIllIlllllllllllllllllllll FRANK EVANS, PHONE 610 OSCAR GODBY, PHONE 540 OFFICE PHONE 610 EVANS and GODBY FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE---LADY ATTENDANT ' NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA ..,.,, .,., i :lgs ..... ,kR......VA:.Q.....W ,,.. ..., Hu? .,:,.. .:,... W3 if ..., .5fe?7'X..51w'.ft-':rw:i1:f ....... ,.x....f:..11.,,.,1ii .,,., ..,. ....,, ,i:,..3.:gi .,,. One Hundred Eighteen . .,.. . .. .t,.,. x .,... Me.. .., M x .wi ,....,k t. 5 x..X.x. C .... .. .M ..., .,.e.W:.,.,.,..I.,.....e, .x..,, ,...,,..,- ..,x, ..,.... ,,,..,,,.,. .,..,, W.,,. ,Q ',f,i1i1tt..,e4fiP , , .X 6.15 Q15 r -ji BILLY BEE LUNCH ROOM "Not Merely Cooked Groceries But a Variety of Delicious Foods." OPEN ALL NIGHT-W-PHONE 408 SOUTH SIDE OF SQUARE NOBLESVILLE, IND. IllllllllllllllHIlIllIlllllllllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll lllllIIlIIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll You Can Attend all the Important Events of the Country if "YOU'RE THERE WITH A CROSSLEY" SOLD IN NOBLESVILLE AT WELDY'S DRUG STORE I I I I I I I I I IlllllIlIlllIllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllI1'l"lIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllI I I I I I I I I I I I WAINWRIGHT TRUST COMPANY Capital S100,000.00 MORTGAGE LOANS, INSURANCE. ABSTRACTS, SAVINGS DEPARTMENT U Money Deposited With Us. is .Secured by First Mortgage on Hamilton County Real Estate. I llllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I MEARA BROTHERS FORD DEALERS PHONE sis WEST CONNER sT. ..st, 1, , E N M .,t. ,.t,e g,fif?g,tf.L,.Qf.lQf,..,-.,QT.i:if,Qf-.Q1..t,,, t.tt.t.t One Hundred Nineteen M?,M..M...Mt...MM... x,.?,..:,M,.MM.M ,.x... Mp ...,.. up .X... MM...M.....T:M..-.. .. WM...M7l p 'kkk .7 ,,N.V . ,..,V . Q, M, I, F M 1, ,p V lfY3iFFi.i5 if' afI5aji5 . . X 'TN . fN .. fix f .ftxg ,, ,Af f .Mx f ,f .--- .fx rd? Marion R. Creading Ciceroj "The statues others had sought to carry away Pompey did not think he should even look on:" H. H. Granger: "He's right too, if they were those Grecian Ones." M01 We hear that Alice keeps a record of all her quarrels with John, a sort of scrap book. -10... Cedric Poland wanted the class to vote to send all the faculty invitations for Commencement because he needed so many new things. ' .....Q-1 Now we know why Mr. Hobbs didn't play on the Faculty Basketball game: He llunked in Glee Club. lg? Mr. Musselman lgreeting Harry as he returned from a datej-"Good morn- ing. Better go milk the cows, it's time." AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK CHECKING ACCOUNTS TRAVELEPCS CHEQUES SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EEEICIENT SERVICE CERTIFICATES of DEPOSIT SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES J ANERT BEAUTY SHOPPE To All the Girls of Noblesville High School Make this Shoppe your Shoppe. Powder, Rouge and Cream for Every complexion. PHONE 790 lllllllllllll I I llllllll I I I lllllll I I I I I I IliIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllI I I I ll I Ill I llllllll I lllllllllllllll VALUE is the Hrst consideration in all our Merchandise. We don't try to have the cheapest price- But we do have the best for the price you pay- HEINZMANN'S ...I ,....... M....,.. I... .... ,N ......, M ..... ..... M . ....MaM ........ , WM ....,. W .... ..,,,..,.M...M .,........... I ...,.... ....... M... ..,. M ....... M ........ C .... M ............ M .t,. M .,.M...M.M ..,... M, ..... .M .... ,.,.,....M ...... ......... M .,..... , .,.., , .. ..,......I ............ . . ,........., ....,. M.. ......... M..,, MN, J. O? j, K 1 . 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G7 G3 C15 Q53 C27 GD Q Maynard 25 Maynard Beauty Shoppe PERMANENT WAVES PHONE 745 860W LOGAN STREET NOBLESVILLE, IND. lllIlIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIlIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Ill I II IIIIIIIlIIIIIllIIIIIIIIlllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII LOFTUS CONFECTIONER FIRST CLASS FOUNTAIN SERVICE 998 soUTH 10TH PHONE 763 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIll I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I IllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII O. E. TALBERT 8 SON LUMBER MERCHANTS NOBLESVILLE, WESTFIELD, AND SHERIDAN III I I I I I I I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIllllllllillllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIlIIIIIlI I IIII Illlllllllllllll I CITIZENS STATE BANK Will appreciate any business given them and in return will give you prompt Service and Courteous treatment. Capital Sl00,000.00--Surplus and undivided Profits 38,368.21 FOUR PER CENT PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent NOBLESVILLE. 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I Illlllllllllllllll llllllllllllllllll IllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllllllllllll I I I I GIFFORD'S PHARMACY DRUGS AND SUNDRIES FINE STATIONERY, SCHOOL SUPPLIES AND TOILET ARTICLES. SODA FOUNTAIN-TABLE SERVICE 34 s. NINTH ST. PHONE 72 WILLITS BEAUTY SHOPPE QLoWther Sistersj A PERMANENT WAVES iNestle Circuline ---L LLL...LLL.L .- LLL..L. If I--4-38.00 Le Mur ..... -. ..... ,L..... - ----. ...LL .- ..LL ---35.00 'I All Kinds of Beauty Work PHONE 300 K ss.s,ss..., S' One!-lundred Twenty-two , v X . 3. fi. N X S NEW SUMMER CANDIES Toasted Cocoanut Macaroons made of milk. eggs, sugar and shredclecl cocoanul. one of the best pieces of cocoanul candy you ever nie, our price is 5 ol. for l0c. Pin Wheels is A new :wo color piece of candy made of cream white nougnt. and chocolate nougnt with walnut goodies, .incl sells at 6 oz, for l0c'. Cfmne in cmd lry them ul our expense WILLIAMS IOC SHOP CAYl.OR BLDG. lIllIllIllIIlIllIllIl ll IlIIllIllIllIllI I I Il I lIl ll Il Il I I lIil IlIIl'IlllllIllIllIllI" ,IllIl'Il Illllllllllllllll ll Il ll Il I Illl Il Il Il Illlllllllllllllll WALTER DUCKWALL o 1. D 5 M B 1 L E ,ULU l'rIc'e" NO1l1.IfSl'lf.l.lf lllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllll I Il Il I lIl Il Il I IllI lIllI lI lIl Il Il I Illllll THE CRAYCRAFT DS COMPANY A Safe Place to Shop DRY GOO llllllllll I I I I Ill lllllllll I I Ill llllllll llll I llllllll IllI I Il Il Il Il Illll IllIIlI lll IllIllIllIllIllIIlI lll Il Il IllIllIllIllIIlIllI rlillkff Ihe Weepa out of LUl'lh a lVlADlf IN NO S LU ce p l3l.l2SVll.l 1 Illl CAPITAL FURN MFG. CO. ...W c.cc.,s, is ses- x X .X Lucnly -Ihree Vs:-X'-E wk-',s .... ..., ...x.. .... x X ...X,,x..,. 5 R its I ......,. ..x.k 3. .,.Xx.,..,.. l ..,.. is ..,..,. 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Can't I interest you in an alarm clock, some nice leather goods, a few radio parts or a toasted cheese sandwish?" -0.1 Dick Zeis believes as does Dr. Carrel, who said, "Death is the price we pay for brains" and Dick says "The Good Lord knows he doesn't want to die yet." llllllllllllllllllllIIlIllIIlIIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllElllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIIlIIIIIlIIIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll WE ARE PROUD OF N. H. S. AND PROUD TO PRESENT Kelvinator-Refrigeration for the Home and Business Westinghouse Electric Ranges Estate Gas Ranges Let us be your Electrical Dealer! We are at your Service. NORTHERN INDIANA POWER COMPANY WALTER SOHL MEAT MARKET FRESH CURED MEATS EAST SIDE SQUARE r...,, li . , A- r- ,sl s saw' f . .- Qs 'ts xii X1 K ia f R- . Sf i - f . so - ,.:.-ii?:Q-.,.,ETfQ .,., f rrr,. rr.r, rrr.rrr.r. ..,. .r,r ..r,, mga.. ,,.,,r r,,,.,., ,.,. 1 .,..3si,ir,,.g1gt.,,,...,...4...s., One Hundred Twenty-four N V, X I 5 X K x K t N K A x fm Q R .N 0 ...:..,,.....,., Iva.. .Wad .r.,. W Vi I- .,,,e T HX I , ,N A, A S ,E g.......,.....,.t.,...,,........,.: ....,.x. , ,T W.. .X.,, ,,..5W....,a.r,.Lm. ...x. I .... .... . gptgggj, 1K.'.f51wf 19 gify521..efiff...ig-.-EfQ2gc,,.,.,api X., ...jiii..i..Lf X X X Q THE E. H. WILLITS COMPANY I lllllllllllll Illll Il Illlllll llllllllll lll ll ll Il I llllllll II I lll ll Illll lllllll ll! ll Il I llllllllll llllll ll I lllllllllllllllllllll IVIIlllllllllllllllllllllllI To the Graduates of N. H. S. Thoughts go straying back, these days, to that so-long-ago time when you entered N. H. S. as the freshest of Freshmen. Remember? Will you ever forget? Wouldn't it be great though if you had a photograph of yourself on that event- ful occasion? What pleasure it would give you today! And now that you are leaving good old N. H. S. you're beginning to peer eagerly into the future. It's perfectly natural that you should. And can't you just imagine how much more a photograph taken today will mean to you five or ten years hence when you have made your mark in the world? There's something about Graduation Day that leaves its impression on your countenance. You know how it is yourself. You have a different feeling about life these days. And this eager determination has brought new character and confidence to your face. It's a wonderful time to be photographed. It is a duty that you cannot dodge: a pleasure that you should not seek to side-step. Why not telephone right now for an appointment? We'll arrange a time to suit your convenience. The number is 308. Yours very truly THAYER STUDIO III1IIllllllllllllllllllllllllIllVIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illllllllllllllllll lllllllllIllllllllllllllllIIIlllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllll W. C. GRIFFIN HARDWARE PHONE 94 848 LOGAN STREET NOBI-ESVII.I.E, INDIANA b '.i. N. .Sf dll. i-zffT.-.f.. .... ...Eff ..'..... .,fifif....i.iTg.g.ggT1f X One Hundred Twenty- five . .,.. .,.. . .. . .,.... ,.....,s..,......, .,....w..........,.:..W.,.,q.,.,7:Q....e...:....,..T..1....,..., ,,...:k....,,...,..i..,.......:i,.,,a:.:::..,.,...,,.:x...,,?l,a,. .55 .W .3 , k, kQ 5 ........,. ,,--, . .,,, - ,,-, ee-.,.,,..,........ea.......c,e,,, , , ..m.,... , , W... ..... ..... . Y.,.A..,,, ,W Mary Opal W.: Oflice girl who had received a call for H. H. Granger came to Mr. lVlueller's room and said A'lVlay I have Harrell Granger." Mr. Mueller: "With pleasure." .TQ-.. How's this-You might class it with Mr. Mueller's "favorite" poem named 'AThe One Room, Two Room, Three room house." Here 'tisz HI-Iello! How are you? I-Iowza folks? What's new I'm great! That's good! Ha, Ha: Knock wood! Well, well! What say? H b ? N' d I ow ya een ice ay. Hows tricks? Whats' new? That's ine! How are you? Illlllllllllllllll IlIlllllllllllllllllllllll SUITS To SUIT you SUIT you SUIT you SUIT you and Best SUIT you lllllllllllllllllllllllllll suit you in size in color in style in quality of all in price ? Your Full Moneys Worth at J. JOSEPH if CO. TH WAR DI R T A AE HAT fawiifs TQ aww C DR Bow FAN E BE ATE LEOp Page A O5efN?ReV?52.UffEf.A E12 EX1 SEL AT. BE T E THAQE QA21g'f1NlfS5v HER THEQQQUILKES LOQK O20 SCHOOON SH? C A TZQIMEDT THESgID To A BIG p,I5RGIRL STHERQQ' ' 'THERIgR-S1Q1glvE TA Anza ilfifvlioplaflffl Bw T S TOO B58 51513 ONE CAN? Yogi-filfif Yodg CH BUi,X- SHAD OINT R PRRE To K TUREOWAR WITH IENDS 1909 NHILLA T pORPRIDE' O, . RY TR INDIQEVNNS SLBA IL fer ...... X If ...,. ..... 5 .... ..,.. ,?.s.t ff? . .... Qggiffl. ....2 ' One Hundred Twenty- lk--I x1..qQ,,, iqgiqx K kkxk ,VN c -stty 4- ,,.f'If it .YmmA,A , .mm,m,,...,. .... m.m.. ,,.Xx. . , .... ..,... .Y.,. .m.. , . , -- A I Q .,., ----.......,. t .et x...x..,X.. ,. ,,...,.... MONUMENTSI No Matter what you may want in the Monument Line We are prepared at all times to supply that Pay Us A Visit -f--Malte Your Selection and Become One of Our Satisfied Customers YOUR HOME DIiAI.IiR IN MEMORIALS WALTER A. BORDNER PIIONIE l-4501 BUSINESS RES. 6l804 NOBl.I'3SVII,l.IZ. IND. IIII I I IIVI I 'IIII' Il I I I I' I Ii'I I Il Il Il'Il'Ii.IiiI,lIUIl Il Il IllIl5I.lIKIIlIIl Ilillill Illllll I I I Il Il I lllllll Ill IllIlillllllllllllllllllllll PARKER FLOWER SHOP i A'Sc1g I1 IIf'ifl2 Flowers" Flowers For All Occasions PHONE 206 NOI3I.ESVII.I.E. IND. llIllIllIIlIP'Il'I' Il Ilillill I'iI'lI' I I I I 'It It Il I' Il I I l.II'll'IillllIllltlliill'Il'll'IllIl!l1llllIIlIlIllllillcllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CONSTANT OPPORTUNITIIES FOR THOSE PREPARED Business offers numerous and promising opportunities for young men and young women who are specially prepared to enter its ranks. You have a good general education as a foundation. The next step is specific business training. That is just what CENIRAI- offers you. For "Budget of Information" and full particulars see. write. or telephone Fred W. Case, Principal, CENTRAL BUSINESS COLLEGE UNIVERSITY PARK BIIXI. INDIANAPOLIS llIl'IlIII'I'1IiI'IiI'IIlI1IlllI'Il I I I Ill I I I I I I I I I I I Illil I I I I ll Illlllil illiliill Il Il IlllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII rv-, - ' I Dan says: 'VJhen you want any Auto Repsirs, Tires, Batteries, and Accessories. come Lolniy Dad's Garage." I 55, Dan Forsythe Forsythe Garage moms as Nostssvitus. IND. If there is a wreck in your neighborhood, call 36, and reverse charges, as I'll be there at once! a ,.,, .. ...,. .... , W.. . :jf 'frt" N. . 'T . . I I N c"' to-:2g.?sff'1:1iff-fs ,- .i.?f:.lepp1fc 55+ Q , F , t r it Ss.....QQQ"'f'.'F'-Q if One Hunalrml Ttumrtf-.si-U1'n , , Q3 FOUNDATIONS Thomas Starr King Says: "Be sure of the foundations of your life. Know why you live as you do. Be ready to give a reason for it. 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