North Adams High School - Rampages Yearbook (North Adams, MI)

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Business Manager ,,,Y 1 I Assistant. Business Manager ,,-, W Stenographer ,,,,w-,i,,w,--, , Assistant Stenographer ,,,.. Photographer , ,,,,,,,,i,i 7 , Assistant Photographer -,,, , -,o,Rit-hard Barger E --..,Et,hel Caskt-y Gtlriitltllllt-' CUX Geraldine Winehell ,,, ,Berneiee Doty - Pauline Winehell Marion Pierce -Lloyd McLaughlin Y-,Herbert Holkins George A. Lynch ------,,o,Ed1th Fry HH.---uEdna Fry . oEdna M oorehead - ,-Dorothy Ambler ll N ll ll ll Il ll n n n n n u n u n u EDITH F. FRY, '21 '22 Vice President of the Junior Class '22 '23 President of the Senior Class '23 A College Town '23 Member of Staff, Typist UEHALDINE WINCHELL, '22 Operetta Betty's Dilemma '22 '23 Secretary and Treasur- er of Senior Class '23 A College Town '23 Member of Staff, Local Editor IQDNA MOOREHEAD. '22 '23 Basket Ball '22 Operetta l3etty's Dilemma '23 A College Town '23 Member of Staff Photographer HERNEICE DUTY. '22 '23 Vice President of the Senior Class '22 Operetta Betty's Dilemma '23 A College Town '23 Member of Staff Local Editor DUHOTHY AMBLER, '20 '21 Treasurer of Sophmore Class '22 Operetta Betty's Dilemma '23 Member of Staff Assistant Photographer ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll 2 '22 '23 Treasurer of Athletic Association : '23 A College Town l '23 Member of Staff 2 '23 Member of Staff 2 GERALDINE cox, : '22 Operetta Betty's Dilemma : '23 Member of Staff. T '22 Operetta Betty's Dilemma : Assistant Editor --ll1lF Il H Il ll Il ll Il ll - HERBERT HOLKINS, '19 '23 Base Ball ' '22 Foot Ball '22 '23 Basket Ball '22 Operetta Betty's Dilemma Business Manager PAULINE WINCHELL. '23 A College Town The Calendar '22 Adventures of Grandpa '23 A College Town '22 '23 Vice President of Athl- etic Association Assistant Editor ETHEI. CASKEY. '21 '22 Treasurer Junior Class '23 A College Town '23 Member of Staff S GEORGE ALFRED LYNCH. '19 '23 Base Ball 1 , '23 A College Town T' '23 Member of staff Assistant Business Manager ?W 1l'lll ll ll ll 'll ll ll ll ll II ll ll ll H II Il II ll MARION PIERCE, '20 '21 Vice President of Sophomore Class '21 '22 President of Junior Class '23 A College Town '23 Member of Stall. Joke Editor LLOYD MCLAUGHLIN. '22 Foot Ball '23 A College Town '23 Member of Staff Assistant Joke Editor I-IDNA FRY. '22 Operetta Betty's Dilemma 23 A College Town 23 Member of Staff Assistant. Typist 9 Q RICHARD BARGER. 22 Foot Ball 22 '23 Base Ball 22 '23 Basket Ball '22 Operetta Bet,ty's Dilemma '23 A College Town '23 Member of Staff Editor in Chief ll ll ll Il ll ll .-I vALEDicToRY DIG GERALDINE COX Parents. teachers. school board. and friends. The class of nineteen hundred twenty-three has come to the close of a four year High School course. As we think back through these years. We feel that the training received here and the kindly and helpful advice of our instructors has made our course as profitable to us as it could have been made in any school. We have acquired a certain amount of knowledge and have reach- ed the time when we are to determine the value of this training, A High School training is of great value but this can be realized only when we attempt to solve the problems of life. At times our work has seemed difficult but it is very probable that we shall meet with more ob- stacles in the future than we have in the past. The motto We have chosen will help us through many difficulties. The man who wants to rise and goes at it. straight and clean will suc- ceed. One must steadily cultivate the ability to do something more than he is doing. to carry more responsibility. to bear up under more punish- ment or he will certainly never be capable of doing bigger things. Ambi- tion would never find anything to feed on if all men were content and not interested in getting ahead. When ambition becomes unrestrained. when any man thinks that he ought to be running the whole world. disappoint- ment is certain. What a person gets in this world depends on what he wants and the effort. he makes. One is reasonably sure to get what he desires if he has the ability and willingness to work and is willing to make the necessary sacrifices. The man who just wants to get along is not a very great factor among his fellows. it is the individual who is always on time and does his work the best that gets the promotion. Look at some of our great Americans of today. John D. Rockafeller was as desirous of a fortune as one could be. but it never occured to him that he could find one without work. He saw that there was gold all about him and that people would gladly give it to him for something they wanted, if he could supply it to them at a lower price than they had been pay ing. So he gave them Letter oil at a cheaper price. He has not only made his fortune but has built up an industry which has contributed to the real wealth of the world. Mr. Edison, who is still at his desk. through his determined effort to I.. dig into and clist-ow-r the possibilities ol' electricity has revolutionized mvthods in transportation and manufacturing. Tho value of his work can- not bv estinlated. ln looking bark own' the yvars wo have- lf-arnvd a ve-ry important fat-t. Tho old adage- of "Nz-vm' put oil' until tomorrow what can ba dont' today." has mort- truth than is usually concedvd to it. ln our f-xpvriencv we haw found that studvnts. who haw allowed lfl'lt'lllSf'lVl'S to nuglet-t their work. havv in tht- Q-nd lost out and on trying to gathvr up the- nvglvctfftl thrflads haw be-e-n unable- to do so. The-5 c-ould not CUIH9 up to the expectations ui'tllt'll1sf'lH's or tht-ir instirtwtors. So wv have- learnt-il that the presont is tha- bust time' to work out tht- tasks that arv always confronting us. tllassmatfis, l am sure wt- will always I'PtHf'lIllJPI' our sahool with alllw- tion and gratitude. We- shall Pvc-r fm-l a noble' pridv in thost- who haw- so wisffly and so gvnf-rously plam-d tha means of vduvation within tbf' rflavh of' all. To the- srhool board and to our tvachvrs wt' rvturn our sinr'e-rv thanks for tht-ir intt-rf-st in our we-lfart-. :Xml now vlassmatt-s. ws- will soon sr-paratv. ln whatfwvr fir-ld of work ws- may be- found and in whatevvr dvalings wt- haw' with our follow inf-n. lt-t ltr- try to maintain as high a standard at lf-ast as wa- haw- during the- past four yvars. Ls-t us bv he-lpful to the- vommunity in whivh ws-lixv. ln our ?ll'll1lIlN1iSt'lllZf'IlS le-t ns stand for thosf- things that are- for tht- good ol' all and thus add our littlv towards making this 4'HIlllll'b a bot- tvr t-ounlry. This will re-llf't't vrvdit upon the- homvs from whit-h ws' hast- Wlllltl and tht- institutions wo art- about to lvavv. :tix I 'X t-J ..-.1 V SALUTATORY IDEALS EDITH FRY Kind Friends: The Class of '23 extends to you a most cordial wel- come. We are glad to have you here on this occasion. Tonight. we have a feeling both of joy and sadness, joy because we have succeeded in doing our work well enough to entitle us to graduate: sadness because of the severing of long and intimate companionships in the class. The time is now at hand when it is necessary for us to part. In fu- ture years in both prosperity and disaster the ties of friendship formed in the class will be a source of pleasure and comfort to us. The associations Will go with us through life and form an important part in the individual experience of each of us. We have spent four important years of our lives in High School which have been a meager preparation for us. We have received the training which forms a large part of our equipment for life. Our graduation will usher us into the midst of that active life for which we have been prepar- ing. The responsibilities and opportunities of these four years have pass- ed by for ever: but the issue of the future rests in our own hands. The man with high aim and firm purpose, with unselfish ambition. and longing for the ideal knows no failure or defeat. Our earliest ideal is that of strength. We are inspired by ideals, and it is because we have within us the begining and possibility ofan ideal life. Let us then strive for high ideals and be of some use in God's kingdom. The best and noblest lives are those which are set toward high ideals. We never reach our ideals, either in mental or moral developmentsg but the thought of them shows us our deficiencies and spurs us on to higher and better things, A man's ideal, like his horizon, is constantly receding from him as he advances toward it. No man can begin to know what is in him until he has given himself to the undertaking of some great purpose. ln the future now opening if our highest. finest possibilities are to be realized. if we are to know the glory of achievement, there must be this lifting out of self. lf we are to advance. we must have definite aims for which to strive. A true faith looking up to something better. catching glimpses of adistant future perfection, prophesying to ourselves a greatness, gives energy of purpose and wings to the soul and this faith will continually grow and increase. 1 1. li If we keep our standard of knowledge high. attempt great things. ex- pect great things. we will accomplish great things. We may aim at the sun hut we cannot reach it: yet, our arrow will fly far higher than if aimed at at an object on a level with ourselves. We are spurred on to higher things by the voice that sings: Build the more stately mansions. O My Soul, As the swift. seasons roll! Leave thy low vaulted past! Let each new temple. nobler than the last. Shut thee from heaven with a dome more vast, - 'Till thou at length art free. Leaving thine out grown shell by life'S unresting sea. Joi-ces George Alfred Lynch---"I shot my dog this morning." "Was he mad?" "Well he wasn't exactly pleased." "I hear Nliss Doty is rather quar- relsomef' "Yea In fact, she won't even cat anything that agrees with her." lirlna l"ry tripped gaily up to a music counter and asked: "Have you 'Kissed file ln The Moon- light'I"' New clerk. taking one glance at her--- "lt must have been the other man. l've been hereonly a week." L . Mr. Lamb--."Why does a cow have two stomachsZV' Edward Bloemaker---"So when one aches she can use the other." A humble diner at Deitz' restau- rant. was heard to remark: "l'll take my coffee without cream this morning, if you please." Waitress---"You'll have to take it without milk. sir, for We're all out of cream." Nlerritt Wattles---"How old is that lamp, mai' Ma---"Oh about three years." Merritt.---"'I'urn it downg it's too young to smoke." ' i C L A S S W I L L DOROTHY AMBLER We the graduating Class of 1923, North Adams High School, Hills- dale County, State of Michigan, being in good health, spirits and strength of body and mind and desiring to make disposition of our property and affairs do hereby make. publish and declare our last will and testimony, hereby revoking and cancelling all former wills made by us at any other time. First: We bequeath room one with highly carved and polished desks to the Juniors and Sophomores for their exclusive use next year. They may add more carvings if they care to. Second: We bequeath Ethel Caskey's cleverness at dissolving part- nerships to Lucile Carpenter. We bequeath Edith Fry's Wonderful ability of studying and keeping quiet to some restless Freshman. We bequeath the fair Cleopatra's gentle ways and quiet manners to Kathleen McFarland. We, especially Geraldine Cox, bequeath sincere hopes to Paul Marks that red hair will sometime be the rage. To anyone who can get away with it, we bequeath Herbert Holkin's ability to bluff in English literature. To Ethel Rogers, we bequeath the charming mannerisms and vamp- ing ability of Pauline Winchell. To Ruth Williams we bequeath Berneice Doty's monopoly on the boys. Any extra credits that Richard Barger may possess we bequeath to Charles Giddings. We bequeath Ethel Caskey and Geraldine Cox's brilliant social sea- son of last winter in company of Ralph Wolcott and James Meeks to Sarah Ferguson and Ruth Williams. We bequeath George Lynch's cleverness at love making to Clarence Hoffman. We bequeath Marion Pierce's and Lloyd McLaughlin's brotherly af- fection to Theron Randolph and Everett Westcott. We bequeath Dorothy Ambler and Edna Moorehead's unusual ability in General Science class to Keith Williams and Donald Thornton. We bequeath Geraldine Winchell's ever ready smile to ..... ..e..... . We bequeath to Mr. Young the pleasure of chasing the joy-bugs out of the halls before school and at noon hours. , . ,Il The Seniors will the use of Barberls merchandise store to Miss Getter. We bequeath to Miss Bohn the close affection of' those to whom she gallantly endeavored to teach something in Modern and Medieval History. To the public in general we bequeath Mr. Lamb's new theory of sow- ing corn broadcast. We hereby appoint the faculty guardians of the class of '24 and also appoint them administrators of this will, with full power to carry out it's provisions. In witness whereof. we. the last class of 1923. have to this our last will and testament consisting of several squares of paper, subscribed our signature this Tth. day of June 1923. CLASS OF 1923, In witness thereto we have this day hereunto prefixed our names and seals. JOKES Geraldine Cox---"Doctor, look at my tongue. Just look at it. Now say. what does it need?" Doctor---t'Rest." "I hear Keith Williams got hurt the other day. What was the troubleffi' They say he fell from the top story of the house, while trying to clean the windows by drinking a quart ofhard cider and then breath- ing hard on the glass. Nlr. Young came puffing into his home late one day to find paper hang:-rs busily at work. "Who told you to hang that out- rageous paper on these walls," he sternly demanded. L . "Your wife, sir," was the reply. "Uh-h-h-h,---pretty isn't it?" "What is the best combination of fruit that you know of?" Ralph Wolcott---"A date with a peach." Eleanor---"You remember that you told me that you hunted tigers in West Africa. Well I read that there are no tigers there." Laurence---"Quite right, quite right. I killed them all." Mr. Lamb, illustrating chemistry experiment,-n "If anything goes wrong with this experiment, it might blow us all to the ceiling. Come c-loser that you may better follow me," "WI H I S T O R Y LLOYD McLAUGHLIN The Class of 1923 began its career in September 1919. Eleven of the thirty-two members came from the intermediate department ofour schoolg the rest from the district schools of the community. At the present time we think that Freshman class as being composed of a queer lot of boys and girls. Each had his own high ideals and a dreamer's plans for attaining them. As we now look back through our four years we can see the benefit of these unattainable goals. They were the powers that compelled us to push forward and surmount the innumer- able difiiculties. which always have and always confront High School students. During the first few weeks we went through the most trying period of our lives. Through the patience, help and counsel of our teachers and superintendent W. T. Carter, we were encouraged to go forward and we found ourselves gradually becoming High School students, not the experi- enced upper classmen, whom We looked upon with admiration and whose action we tried to imitate, but willing workers whom we must all be in order to rightfully expect advancement. The oft thought of reception given for us by the Sophomores. at the home of Mr. Carter, was full proof of the brotherhood into which we were accepted by the other classes. By the second year many had left our class. some because of sickness. others because they were needed at home, and a few because they could see no benefit derived from further education. Our work for this year seemed easier. We had become better ac- customed to the routine and spirit of the school and had gained confidence in ourselves and our teachers. We knew we were small in experience as well as in years and we ex- pected to look to the farther advanced for many things. But there also came a realization that we could be of value in setting forth an example to the new Freshmen. We gave them much encouragement and advice. and by their reception at the home of H. H. Pierce. We made them feel that we took an interest in their welfare and hoped for their advancement. Then came our Junior year. This was better than any other. We had began to realize the benefits derived from an education and see the lack of schooling as a disadvantage to those who had left our class. We then thought we were holding one of the most important positions of High School life. It was doubtless one of the most prominent, but our I1 5 I 1 :'fr'6llT.f..-Q? N , 'nk HM: . n ' ' V ' 1 4 md 5, 'Y 'A 5 I ' , - S 1 Y f ? I . v if QM J, -H I f, VI, J'i.:2Qm',Qkuf,f9r4?-V. ?w+ .. ff? 4 'z I I viewpoint of its importance' has since been changed. We usually took things seriously. and were able to do good work and earn the sympathetic respect of the Seniors in spite of our somewhat distorted view of life. Our Senior year was the climax in our High School life. For three years we had clung together. each one sharing the joys and sorrows of his fellows. Then we began to comprehend the seriousness of life, and con- sequently the real value of only a High School education. This prompted us to put forth our best efforts in our work during the remaining time while we would he together. lt will be only a few short days until we leave North Adams. Our actual lligh School days will be a thing of the past. But. should the way bc dark and troublesome as we seek our destiny among men. the memory of days spent at this school will give us strength t.o advance and over- come great difficulties. Lt , - P R O P H E C Y MARION PIERCE Time. June 7. 1953. Scene, private office of Pierce Reality Co.. Chicago. Ill. Soliloquy of M. T. Pierce. president. alone in office room, seated at desk and looking over mail. There seems to be a rather large personal mail this morning, Oh to be sure. several of these letters are from old classmates of mine. A short time ago I had my secretary make inquiries concerning the majority of them. I see the replies are here. I wonder what they are all doing. anyway. I will take this one first. It is from my old home town. North Adams. I am especially anxious to hear news from there. "Herbert Holkins, 52 S. Hillsdale street. North Adams. Michigan, l remember him well enough. he is the one who tried to raise a mustache but it was the same color as his face and no one noticed it. so he shaved it off. I see he is in the garage business. He sends one of his circulars, "Authorized Ford Service Sta- tion. All latest models. Touring car specially priced at 39998. Punc- ture proof tires guaranteed not to strain the vocabulary. Complete radio equipment for same S1024 extra. airplane attachment 52300, extra motor boat attachment SI-11.92. extra. Sole owner. proprietor. mechanic, sales- man and spark plug cleaner Herbert Holkins. at your service." I see there are also a few clippings from the Advocate. "A small fire was enjoyed by North Adams last Tuesday. The old fire engine, which was carefully preserved in the museum. exploded. This was due to the reaction of chemicals carelessly left in the dangerous machine. A small band of efficient fire fighters, led by the brave Richard Barger. retired farmer. rushed to the scene. The damage done by the firemen was esti- mated to be about 35.19. besides the wrecking of the priceless machine that represented practically the first fire department of North Adams." And here is another item. "Winchell Sisters, Tea Shop. Located con- veniently on a quiet corner of Steamburg, the terminal for all water routes. air lines, railroads. subways and transcontinental roads. Catering to wed- dings also solicitedf' That appears to be all that is in this letter. I will have to make a trip down to North Adams soon. To be sure. l have al- most forgotten how the town looks. There is the new fire department for instance. I wonder where they keep it. Prof al'ly they have built a special building. Then they say there is the new school building they are all enjoying so much. The town must he a good place by this time. They certainly have added some fine improvements since I left back in '32. L-.. L.. I wonder who this is from. The postmark is New York. It is pecu- liar that I don't remember any of my classmates who have gone there. It is from Edna Fry. She says she is in the large department store of 'Buy- SL Sellem. She started as a cloak model, and has gradually worked up to her present position, that of manager of the buying departments. Here is a newspaper slip. "Lloyd McLaughlin the second Democratic president from the state of Michigan, will take a brief respite from his White House labors. to be spent on the golf links in Florida. During his stay there he will be entertained by Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Johnston, old acquaintances of his." It is funny how some people advancein this worldg but then he was very grave and thoughtful even in High School. This is from Edith Fry. It seems to me that I remember something about her but some way I cannot place her. Oh to be sure. She is a newspaper reporter. on the Herald and Examiner. She has won great success in writing up scandal. Takes a woman for that. "I am enclosing some of my latest news, not yet printed, that I think might interest you. By the way, you must see the latest theatre act. It is becoming popular all over the states. It is put on by Berniece Doty, who you surely re- member. It is real snappy. featuring the latest song hits." I certainly will see that the first chance I get. She use to be quite popular in High School. I remember. Well, lets see what my other classmates are doing. There is one let- ter left. It is from Ethel Caskey. Iremember her easily enough. She use t.o sit in a back seat and whisper and giggle. Funny how she got away with it, but she did. When the teacher was looking she was as in- nocent as alamb. I wonder what she is up to now. She says she is Dean of Women at the University of Chicago. Quite a responsible position for her, I should think. I wonder what else she has to say. "I have been fortutate enough to hear, from several of our classmates. Two are living in Detroit, Michigan. Dorothy Ambler is situated there as chief dispatch- er of the New York Central lines. That is all she said about her work. The other, Edna Moorehead. has turned to business for a living. She pro- fitably operates the rooms called "The Moorehead Tonsorial Parlors and Manicuring Rooms." That reminds me of the "Tonsorial Parlors" Will VanAken use to run. You would think it was Wall street, to hear the men talk politics there. Is that all of my classmates? It don't seem possible. Oh to be sure. I wonder what has become of George Alfred Lynch? Maybe I have over- looked something. Yes, here is a newspaper slip that tells something about him. "Marvelous escape of former North Adams lad. While on his regular rounds as a forest ranger, George Alfred Lynch, noted nature l-1 ... F' student met with an almost fatal accident.. While rounding the top of a high lookout he was caught by a sudden gust of wind and fell down the perpendicular face of the cliff, 28,000 feet bed of granite he escaped with slight injuries. He will he back on the job doctors say. within two days. Some people are certainly lucky. I Won- der if it injured the granite." high. Happening to land on a Well that is all of them so far as I can remember. l will have to an- swer these letters soon. flirgent telephone call. Joke "Science says it takes several generations to make men out of monkeys." Mr. Lamb---"Yes, but it takes only several minutes for a woman to make a monkey out of a man." Freshman---"I don't want a very large picture." Photographer---"Then k i n dl y keep your mouth closed for a minute." Lyle VanAken---"ls it possible to hypnotize a lunatic?" Mr. Lamb---"I think it could be done." Lyle---"I'd like to see them hyp- notize me!" Sophomore---On outside looking in---"And are you in for life?" Freshman---On inside looking out---"No. .lust from now on." , fs 43: 1 2 3 -1 5 6 7 S 9 10 Hurried exit.J S THE TEN COMMANDMENTS Thou shalt not take the names of the teachers in vain-They might hear you. Thou shalt not pass notes to thy neigh- bor's sweetheart-Thy neighbor might pass thee a dis-colored optic Thou shalt not swipe more than one ream of paper from thy neighbors desk -One ream is all thine own can hold. Thou shalt not kid a girl in hearing of thy teacher-lest thou be kidded of thy grade, Thou shalt not chew gum in class- lest thou become conspicuous hy thine absence. Thou shalt not wear thy galoshes turn- ed up-lest thou become humiliated in that they may be taken for overshoes. Thou shait not whisper aloud in assem- bly4The teacher in charge loves not the musical jingle of thy voice, Thou shalt not ask permission to leave the room to wander aimlessly around town at thy will. Thou shalt not hesitate to conglome- rate in the halls-the teachers will en- joy the thrill of wading through Thou shalt not study more than thou canst. help. By a process of copying thou canst let the other fellow do it. L, in ol' n u u an u -u-u n JUNIORS .ll Left. to Right---Wendell Ford. Charles Giddings. Pauline Wells. James 'llc-eks. Ethel Rogers- Edward Bloemker Florence Allen. Ruth Steveston. Lyle Harrington, Sarah Ferguson, Lueile Carpenter WWW Simple Simon met a flapper. In her low and patent. leathers, On the way to town. And her silken hose. ln a waist. rut down to nothing Then he shook his head and And a flimsy gown. murmered, Simple Simon turned to watch "Who is looney now?" her Trudging through the snow, ---W. FORD. n ui ll u ll u 1 Ja H Il ll F' WENDELL FORD, '20 '21 President of Freshman Class '21 '23 Yell master '22 Foot Ball '23 Representative of01-ational Contest CHARLES GIDDINGS. '19 '20 Yiee President of Freshman Class '21 '22 Quartet 22 Base Ball 22 Operetta "Retty's Dilemma" '23 President of Junior Class PAILINE WELLS. '22 Operetta "Retty's Dilemma JANIES WEEKS. '21 '22 President of Sophomore Class '22 Foot Ball '72 '23 Yiee President ofJunior Class '22 Operetta "Betty's Dilemma" '23 A College Town ETHEL ROGERS. '22 Operetta "Betty's Dilemma EDWARD BLOENIKER. '21'22 Quartet '22 Operetta "Betty's Dilemma" '23 Base Rall and Basket Rall FLORENCE ALLEN. '23 A College Town '22 '23 Basset Ball Rl'TH STEYESUN. '22 Uperetta "Bett5's Dilemma" LX LE HARRIXHTON. '19 '23 Base Rall '22 Foot Ball '22 '23 Basket Ball SARAH I-ERGIQSON. -- 'T '20 '21 Secretary of Freshman Class '2 '23 Fevlrtarw of Junior Class '22 '23 Yell Mistress '22 '23 Operetta "Betty's Dilemn1a" Ll'tjlLE CARPENTER. '21 '22 Secretary of Junior Class '22 '23 Treasurer of Junior Class ILC ,-1 I ll an an u n n Il I! n u In SOPHGMORES .QB EE First llow---flharlotte Lane, J. W. Lyneh, Ethel Bohn, Ms-rrit Watlles, Jennie Bohn. Naomi lfrapser Second Bow---Francis Young. Ruth Williams, Eleanor Trumhle, Genevieve Roberts. Thelma Brooks. Myrtle Hoge-rs, Bernard Shaw Third Bow---Ralph Wolcott. Everett Westcott, Theron Randolph, Paul Wells, Paul Marks, Clarence Hoffman If'-i'll Tl ll Il Il ,ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll ll F R E S H M E N B9 Lili. fe? x First Row---Lueile Y-anWert. Wayne Jones. Edna Holkins. Lauri-rn-e Wilcox, Lillian M. Allen. Lucy Fosier. Second Row---Lydia VVelker. Keith Williams, Robert Cox. Grace Fowler, Frances Clark. Herman Draper. Third Row---Louise Roberts. Doris Thornton. Ruth McFadden. Ethel Miller, Donald Thornton. ll ll ll ll ll ll -,JB ll ll Il in n n u an it u in n ll ll SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES ... ,. l E 'El Left to llight---Gordon Walworth, Franklin Kempton. .lean Young, Geraldine Taylor. Freida Wolll. Kathleen Nie- l'i2ll'l2il1Il. Nlilclrecllmne. Loretta Wertz. Frances Ambler. The-lina Nic-Fatlden. lvan Shultz. .lark Wertz. Herman Walls-rs. Paul Williams. Howard Reefer. Margaruite Rogers. The-lina Foltz. Yiola Hicks. Nellie Foltz, Inez lilliot, lone Young, Minnie Gary, Byron Rogers Il ll ll Il H Il -All ll ll ll -l 5 I 1 :'fr'6llT.f..-Q? N , 'nk HM: . n ' ' V ' 1 4 md 5, 'Y 'A 5 I ' , - S 1 Y f ? I . v if QM J, -H I f, VI, J'i.:2Qm',Qkuf,f9r4?-V. ?w+ .. ff? 4 'z sf- 1 s , . Q . V" 7:1 up V . Pr'. -I0 ' .. F ul 1 .fq - " ,4, Y 1 w ' 1 w V hd! ' P F. i , If I lin V na V -.V 1 , V- 1 r-f, 1 -. ,' A ' Ir, ng 'lft' Va. v:v1!""w-"5"V' '9'?"" 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'.'1 1, 53 1' " ' ' x -'M ' ' , Y A 0 I I c ' n -an ' .511 -.,r -'. V 'A' -v " , I 'A L . 1 . WV ' I .I i ,l. F! I - Q.. , - vi.. a..- . ,, .. ,ua nh .M , an V, fr-fm -. V -" Q, ' 1 in ll ll II ll il ll ll ll ll II BASE BALL TEAM LINE-IFP lst Base---Bargvr 2nd Base----Harrington 3rd Base---Wolcott S. S.---Williams R. F.---Bloemker L. F.---Foster C. F .---Wilcox C.---Lynch P.---Holkins Subs---Thornton, Giddings, Randolph -I H II ll II ll -II LII' ll n n H ll H ll ll ll' 'll "' Il -IIT 'll--' FOOTBALL an - T This was tho firstl timv North .-Xclams has hail a F101 Ball Team ll for a numbvr of years. The boys tried hard and made a favor- able record. - LINE VP C---NIPPliS R G---Westcott - L G---Sheldon R T---Wolcott L T---Wattles ll li---Marks L E---Ford Q H---Bloemker R H B---Holkins L H B---Williams F B---Barger CCapt.ainJ Subs---Fostvr, Wilcox, Harrington, Draper T COACH---T. N. Lamb ll an n n ll H LJ: ll H lil' -11 -'ll H Il ll H ll ll H ll - BOYS' BASKET BALL II an IL 2 North Adams has Come to the front through her Basket Ball Tfann The boys have made a favorable record losing T games and winning IH Our losses occured at the beginning of the season when we were learning : the game. Next year has promise of being a record winning year. as we lose but two ofthe varsity men. LINE UP FIRST TEAM LINE LP SECOND TEAM R F--Williams R F--Wilcox L F--Bloemker L F--Foster : C--Holkins lCaptainJ C--Randolph P1 G--Barger R G--Wattles L G--Wolcott L G-Harrington : SUBS--Draper, Westcott COACH---T. N. Lamb Tl UI ll ll ll Il - JI H II ll Il ll ll CIR LS' BASKET BALL Thr- girls lr rmmht glory to N .-X li S by th? rPcord they Illklilf' in th:-ir gamf-s. Thr-y won 3 and lost 6. Nr-xt. yr-ar pmllliws to ho a winning year for the girls also. Ll N li-I 'P R F---Rugf-rs L F---Williams li C---McFarland J C---Young fCaptainD R G---Moorehf-ad L G---Allen, F SUBS Allen. L. Lane. C. Holkins, E. COACH---Bohn l ll ll ll ll ll ll '.ll Il ll ll R I-11 li BASKET BALL GAMES AND SCORES 9. 9. BOYS GIRLS Points Puints 5' Points Pttints Mmit,gmnery 38 N ,X I8 Nltmtigunie-l'y 38 N A HUFIUII 3 lil Hurtun 28 . He'-ading 28 I Nlmltgnrlwu' 36 Nluntgmlle-ry 22 T llurtnn 0 flHllldt'l'l 33 U Litchlivld 23 Horton 1 6 Reading 15 Hudson 16 21 l,itt-hfivld ' 2T l'lanm'k'r 8 23 PittQfnrcl 5 Pittsford lt! 33 JOIlt'SYlllr' 12 29 Litchfield 30 20 Rvatllllg fm-t'vit In N X Litchfield 18 I5 Camden ll IT Pittsford T l l Pittsford 8 10 ' Total 280 2,16 Total lT8 -lt- Vliun 10 LUSI T Lust 6 Winn fi h l.,l f-l SNAPSHGTS Heil? Vi figs .f'.. rv ' . A, nf 'f - , A. in-if -' ' aw. . , 7' 'l , Y 1 V V 1 - vi?-". .- 'L..AnA-'ff'-1. .' wr- M. 'ff'-:iw - 'tv'1"i , " - I ' C ff' 5. QP'-"f ' ' -' 1' ,' ' 1. I - 0 'l ', .xii ' ' 0.1 ' 1. . ,, A' Aiwa . '41 Q . ., z .JI , X y L ix ' 1 'f K' l ' ' '.. Q ' ', ..V - Q, gp.. I ' s. ' '. ' - ' I-, ' ' v . ,1 . rl -. . , - fa Q. 1 mlm . 131 . , . , 'if'i1 . 4 - . , , . .' rr -' ' 1 y' Liv. in -' . v - ., ? ' " Wx' ' ' " 1- 455' x V 5, . I All L ' .T v V - i , l ., I f .II ' . - 'u " ' ' f 'F 'F o Y ' , 4-1 x, 'I , , r ' 5 YJ - .,. . A . , ,, Q - 1 o -J 3' v I X , ,- . , . ,. ,1 . 1. 1, :4 irq f -. lv' I H- - " iff C Q5 , 631 N-. ..' F , , ' ',-'IV , T' '-l SOCIAL Sept. 5, '22. A reception was given for the teachers at the Congre- gational Church for the porpose of getting acquainted with all our new teachers. Many attended and all enjoyed a fine evening. Refreshments were served which always draws a crowd. Sept. 12. '22. Senior and Sophomore flag was made on this said night by Ethel Caskey and Geraldine Cox. Herbert Holkins and George Alfred Lynch found their way to the Rickard home and behold to their delight the flag was ready to put up in sight. The four said persons above mentioned neared the school building with very much shyness. All on account of the hours and all being afraid of the dark. The flag and the two boys made their way to the belfrey, while the girls sat on the board sidewalk watching. The flag reached its place of highness and stay- ed for twenty-two hours. Sept. 14, '22. Freshmen and Junior flag went up. The graduates. to be, thinking the right thing to do was to let the underclassmen have their flag up for only four hours. While in the struggle it was kept up longer. Two of the boys were kept in the belfrey for a time. To cap the climax a little damage was done. to the school property. The fun at once ceased and the next would like to have been a "striking" event rath- er than a "threatening" one. Sept. 25---30. Free motion pictures were shown at the Educa- tional building at the Hillsdale County Fair. A stand was placed in the building. selling ice cream and cold pop for the purpose of purchasing a motion picture machine for the High School. Oct. 6, '22. The Freshmen returned a reception to the Sopho- mores. The reception was held at Kieth Williams. Games were played and after everyone had had an enjoyable time refreshments were served. Oct. 10, '22. Miss Frances Young entertained a group of six of her companions at a fudge party. Oct. 17. '22, A box social was held at the Congregational Church for the benefit of the Athletic Association. Many of the boys opened their hearts and bought more than one box. Oct. 28, '22. A Hallowe'en party was given by the Senior Class of '23 at the home of Geraldine Cox. Ghost stories were told and among many other things the Owl Lodge was organized. Nov. 6. '22. The first of the most successful meetings was held at the High School building. This was named the "Parent and Patron's As- sociation." The officers were elected and the by-laws set forth. Nov. 7, '22. A motion picture show was given at M. E. Church. lp I-.. AND GOL D H E .Ja f 'IL R-AEP-fM,f,-f4Eu, , ,f Nov. 10. '22. A party was given exclusively for High School stu- dents at Lynch's hall. Not a very late hour was held and some returned home soon after they came. Nov. lil. '22. A motion picture show at Congregational Church. Nov. 21, '22. A motion picture show at the NI. E. Church. Nov. 23, '22. The Senior girls gave a very interesting program at the High School of a Sewing Circle of 1950. We will always remember how they looked then. I wonder how much different we will look in '50. Dec. 5, '22, A motion picture show was given at M. E. Church. Dec. 16, '22. Senior Class gave a motion picture show at the Con- gregational Church for making money. A very small crowd was present and instead of putting money into the treasury. some had to be drawn out to pay expenses. Dec. 22, '22. A home talent, "Betty's Dilemma" was given at the opera house. The play turned out to be a success under the directorship of Miss Holland from Hillsdale College. Jan. 3, '23. A coasting party was held by a group of High School students. south of town. Jan. 9, '23. A movie was given at the High School. Was attended by a very small per cent of the town people. Feb. 19, '23. A parent and patron meeting was held at the High School. The main topic discussed was "Consolidated School." Feb. 22. '23. A "Washington and Lincoln" program was given at the lligh School. A very large crowd attended and all enjoyed a pleasant evening. Har. 1, '23. Last evening. Feb. 28. Mr. Ralph Wolcott and Mr. James Nleeks entertained the two Y sisters. A part of the evening was spent in playing live hundred. with light refreshments of fudge after an oyster supper. Haw oysters and fudge. Oh Boy. C Mar. 22. '23, The Winmore Class of the Congregational Church along with a few visitors enjoyed a very nice time. Refreshments were served and games were played. All returned at an early hour. Y T 4 .CALENDAR Monday. Aug. 28. School began. Tuesday. Aug. 29. The program was made out and classes met. Tuesday. Sept. 5. A reception was given for the teachers. Friday, Sept. 12. The Senior and Sophomore flag went up. Wednesday, Sept. 13. The Freshie and Junior flag went up. Thursday, Sept. 14. A game between the classes was played, ending with a tie. Friday. Sept. 15. The reception for the Freshmen was given at Ruth William's home. Tuesday. Sept.. 19. A ball game was played at North Adams. Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Free motion pictures were given at the Hillsdale Fair by N A H S. Tuesday. Sept. 25. Theldon N. Lamb made a noted splurge. Hr- was married. Poor little Lamb. Monday. Oct. 2. There was a ball game between the classes. Friday. Oct. 6. Reception for the Sophonlores at Keith Willianfs. Tuesday. Oct. 10. Fudge party at Frances Youngs home. Thursday. Oct. 12. The Foot Ball team was organized. Mr. Lamb acted as coach. Friday, Oct. 13. Mrs. Theldon Lamb visit.ed school. Tuesday, Oct. 17. A box social was held at Congregational Church. Friday, Oct. 20. There was a foot ball game with Allen. North Adams was beaten. Tuesday, Oct. 24. Dick Barger was nearly overstricken with griel when he arrived at l.ucile's boarding place and found her sick. It turned out to be foul play and Dick returned to his normal condition. Friday, Oct. 27. There was a foot ball game with Reading. North Adams was beaten. Saturday. Oct. 28. A Senior party was given at the home of Miss Geraldine Cox. Monday, Nov. 6. A Parents' and Teachers' meeting was held at N A H S. Tuesday, Nov. 7. A motion picture show was given at M. E. Church. Wednesday. Nov. 8. Plans were made for the Senior Annual. Friday, Nov. 10. A party was given at Lynch's hall for High School students. Tuesday. Nov. 14. A motion picture show at Congregational Church. Wednesday, Nov. 15. A Mutt and Jeff banquet was held at the Con- gregational church. L. Thursday. Nov. 16. The teachers gave a program. Friday. Nov. 18. A spelling contest between the Junior High and Senior High was held at N A H S. Saturday. Nov. 18. Many men had a narrow escape at the barber shop. Theldon Lamb was acting as assistant barber. Sunday. Nov. 19. Chick Lockwood started a garage which was noted for midnight services. His helpers were Lucile Carpenter and Berneice Doty. Monday. Nov. 20. The Boy's Basket Ball team was started. Tuesday. Nov. 22. Some of the pupils paid their 810.00 for the dam- age which was done during the fight for the "Flags.,' Thursday. Nov. 23. A program was given by the Senior Class show- ing the Senior girls at a sewing circle of 1950. Friday. Nov. 24. The High School boys went to Horton to play Foot Ball. Our boys were beaten. Saturday. Nov. 25. The first Reading Circle was held at. N A H S building. Reports on t.he book were given by members of the Review class. Thursday. Nov. 30. Florence Haskel decided to stay at home and take care of Tommy. Wednesday. Dec. 3. Poor little Dick Barger received a serious bump when his chair broke away from him and he banged his box of knowledge on the wall. Tuesday. Dec. 12. Nlr. Young announccd his plan of having four classes in thc afternoon. viz. 8th History. Wednesday. Dec. 20. The honorable Freshie girls created a new vogue. i. e.. they began to wear crepe paper hair ribbons. Thursday. Dec. 21. Mr. Lamb marched the boys to the coal bin and gave them a lesson in handeling snow shovels. Friday. Dec. 22. "Betty's Dilemma." an operetta was given at. Knowles opera house. Monday. Dec. 26, '22---Jan. 2. ':Z3. tihristmas vacation. Tuesday. Jan. 2. Students returned with BLUES. Wednesday, Jan. 8. A coasting party was held on S. Main street.. Monday, Jan. 8. A few of the High School pupils enjoyed a sleigh ride and stopped at the cemetery to watch the ghosts play. Thursday. Jan: 11. The Juniors amused the High School with their monthly program. Saturday, Jan. 13. The third Reading Circle was held at N A H S. Friday, Jan. 19. Semester exams. Monday, Jan. 22. Schedule for second Semester made out. J T A Friday. Feb. 2. Hudson and North Adams played Basket Ball here. i Hudson was beaten. Saturday. Feb Thursday. Feb. Friday. Feb. 9 Saturday. Feb Thursday, Feb. High School. Monday. Feb. High School students. Wednesday, Feb. 28. More voices were tested. . 3. Horton played Basket Ball here. We won. 8. Pictures were taken for the Annual. . Pittsford played Basket Ball here. We . 10. Jonesville played here. We won. 22. A Washington and Lincoln program the Wednesday, Mar. T. The Senior Class honors were Geraldine Cox Yaledictorian. and Edith Fry Salutatorian. Thursday. Mar. 15. The country girls prepared dinner ft try boys in the D. S. room. Monday. Mar. 26. Spring vacation to April 2. Tuesday. Apr. 3. Mr. Detlreene Supt. of Waldron High an entertainment at the Congregational Church. 26. Music teacher tested the voices of s Won. was given at Ollll' of the received by -r the coun- School gave Thursday. Apr. 5. Mr. Allen's co-worker gave an address at X A H S. Friday. April 13. A spelling contest was held between Waldron High School and N A H Sunday. June 3. The Senior Baccalaureate was held at the tiongre- gational Church. Thursday. June T. Senior Commencement Exercises were given at the opera house. 'IP L, THE NAME Ethel Caskey Geraldine Cox Paul Wells Marion Pierce Lloyd McLaughlin Frances Young Ruth Steveson Eleanor Trumble Lucile Carpenter George A. Lynch Wendell Ford J. W. Lynch Bernard Shaw Clarence Hoffman Dorothy Ambler Edna Moorehead Edna Fry Geraldine Winchell Pauline Wells James Meeks Edward Blocmkcr Paul Marks Merrit Wattles Charles Giddings Edith Fry Everett Wescott Theron Randolph Berniece Duty Florence E. Allen Jennie Bohn Richard Barger Iienivieve Roberts Naomi Crapser Pauline Winchell Charlotte Lane Lyle Harrington llerberl Holkins L 'II HIGH SCHOOL AMBITION Primary teacher School teacher To meddle To Win To study Musician To ride in an Overland To be popular To get Sterling Hunter To raise cain Bareback rider To study geometry To draw pictures Musician To play basket ball To be somebody To be a nurse Pa ul's boss Athletics To To I io To To To play ball help at home slow and easy sing work Whisper Eagerness to learn To be married To sing To be a Senior To be popular Iloverness To dance To study Caesar To make a hit Barber Causing disturbances WILL BE Old maid An instructor Saul's husband Farmer Preacher Music teacher A farmer's wife Seamstress Treasurer Sportsman Orator Circus man fer M athmatic teach- Cartoonist Ilished Ambition accomp- Hello girl A darling Nurse Farmerette Grand opera singer Athletic coach Bookkeeper Druggist A movie star Teacher Traveller Student of Mac Housewife Old maid Senior 1925 Movie operator Actress Bookkeeper Instructor Chorus girl Ball player Priest :I STUDENTS' PET PHRASE My heavens O. joy Your hands cold O Gee What's that? 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Collins Hattie Fitton Frank Lamb Addie Shepard Fred G. King L' - ALUMNI Harold H. Pierce Cora Borton 1890 Lottie Kemptfm William W. Pool J. D. Knowles 1891 Jennie Grey Albert E. Hunter Maude Strickland Earl F. Benson 1892 Nellie Fitzgerald Henry C. Williams Jessie Smith 1893 Mary McBain Clara Chever Arthur li. Turner Mayne Fuller 18941 Etta Buck Levi Buck Della Collins Walter li. Locklin Adah Wisner Mary Wells Benan Kempton 1895 Jay P. Speer Dwight E. Blackmer F. Eugene Smith Mildred Coroett James 1. Post. S. Easton Driscoll Maude Corbett Lillian Buck 1896 Lena Jennings Lida Speer Bertha Wlestcott Frank Birdsall Fred Williams Denis Clancy Lula Bross Mary Corbett Rex Cartwright Harold Young 1897 Percy B. Young Grace Scrivens Laura Schoolcraft John Payne Bertha Wells Belle Loeklin Shirley Randolph Clara Knowles Mayte Collins 1898 Claire Fessenden Burr Wisner Ernest Fitton Judd M. Schaad 1899 lda Hose Leo Blackmer Almah Morehoust Hugh Corbett liarl Culbert Fred Taylor Dennis Dugid Lula Benson Blanche Nutten Grace Harvey 1900 Laura Jennings Jay Barker Forrest Knapp lsabel Speer Harvey Gray Ruth Buck Lena Knapp 1901 Lynn Bell Will Dow Jay North Arthur Smith James Westcott Grace Corbett J IT' T Libhif- Smith Lila .lcnnings Clarence Barron 1902 Ruby Wisner 'Nlildred Kearns lva Lamb Bertha Lamb lflla Kerman Susie Wells Percy Wells Naomi Gamble Myrtie Duguid Lynn Stevens Nellie Hitchcock Floyd Yoorheeis Mabclle Roberts 1903 Carrie Stranger Clara Corbett Grace Sabin Carrel Bross Clarence Baker Uray Holcomb lfdna tiarlinghouse 190-1 Yioletta Greenshaw Nellie Winchell Frances Bohn Frank Kies Arthur llolcomb George Combs lidith Brayton Luther Barker Luther Thompson George Bell Bert Taylor H905 tilt-ssie Corbett L+'IlIl2i Coon James Yoorhees William Westcott Wilfred North William Kerman 1906 LV ALUMNI Burley Lamb William Owens Arthur Wells Joy K napp Grace Churchill 1907 Rockwell Kempton Harry Winchell Mortimer North Troy Whelper Mary Brayton lilfrieda Kempton tlrettabell Pendell Lizzie Hoy Ruby Whaley 1908 Otto Duguid Lucius D. Sears Fern A. Fowler Gertrude A. Cartwright Leland J. Kerman Carl M. Gray lidlah M. Knapp Lois M. Gray 1909 Mark Dawley Alice Rodlam Irma Whepley lfmery Beardsley Frances Hewitt Ralph Bolev Louise Chilson Charlie Saylfs Gladys Whitmore Arthur Hoffman John Corbett 1910 Iva Coon John Duguid Ralph Westgate Alice Lockwood Reid Shepard Marian Gamble Ralph Wilcox Dora Piper Myrtle Hitchcock Paul Sharp Martha Young Anson Church Leroy Presion Ione Rodlam Kenneth Iverson Glen McLaughlin Howard Lamb Anna Wartin Arthur Sayles Alger Corbett Roy Houghtaling 1911 Glen Baker Verna Berlin Leroy Bemis Harriet Havens Clarence Jennings Lawrence Kempton Cora Rodlam Silvia Sears Floyd Wllcox Harley Voorhees 1912 Guru Baker Julia Barker Emmet Denning Hazel Dryer Leland Foster Boyd Fuller Ruby Houghtailing Ruel Houghtailing Don Iverson Mable Myers Louise Porter Inez Sears Rena Shepard Mary Yan Decar Arbuela Weatherwa Howard Williams Lucille Knapp Blanch Church X .... . JZ 1913 Maude Lamb Howard Newman Lyle McLaughlin Irma OiNeil Freda Gifford Angelia Wilcox Bertha Deitz 1914 Ralph Knowles Leona Hager Ona Fowler Dean Williams Mable Adams Cleve Crator Olive Comley Pansy Hitchcock Ruth Collins Clayton Xlyers 1915 Everett Williams Earl Dodge Erma Stevens Doris NIcBain Lloyd Harrington Charles Carney Chris Miller Iva Godfrey Frieda Kies Lee Kies Ethel Grey 1916 Paul Cook Kenneth Barnes Helen Denning f-.ee ALUMNI Nlarian Haskell Parker Shepard Edna Stevens l91T Archie Bleech LeGrand Doty Gladys Petrie Gail VVard .lay Carney Ella Vkvebb Yictor Niles Anna Lowden Alarie Fowler l9l3 lvanilla Chase Gladys Ferguson Hetty Shepard Wilbur Sprague Xlelvin Hart 1910 Altha Crapser June Doty Hazell Foster Glen Fowler Lillian Haskell Atta Hitchcock Majoria Knowles Clara Petrie Loucetta Randolph Fay Stevens Pauline Thompsc in Ervine Yreeland Thelma Sta'ford Luella Brewer 1920 Paul Shepard Asenath Sommers Boland Randolph Leroy Johnston Ethel Harwood Frances Haskell Buby Sears Waive Wescott Arlington Rodlani Balph Lamb 1921 Yera Crapser Donna Lynch Alice Roberts Clyde Sprague Carl Sommers Yiola Stafford Rena Webb 1922 Alice Daniels Nlarjorie Young Le n Hoffman Buel YanWert Clark Pierce :E Gwendolyn NICLHllg1llllll Gladys Wescott Dorothy Young Ethel Brewer Harley- Ferguson Grace Smith Bertha Denning Nlargray Hayhoe Dean Thornton Alta Young A r 'iw-- " v 1 ', , 4, u1,.4 ,1 X u S ' x -f ffl, mr H. . 1514 .Y Uh v " 1 , . 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CI.OTHt1RAF'T AND STYLEPLI, S 'il,U'I'HING MALLORY AND PORTER HATS WILSUN BROTHERS AND ARROW SHIRTS Perry Brothers THE STORE OF STANDARDIZED MERCHANDISE 7 L JH ABE 'N 5IIInzIufoyIrI Img HUMf IIQILNTL roWN E. C. WILLIAMS "THE CORNER STORE" Ice Cream and Sodas HARDWARE -I PF- UALITY! VIIIIQN IN XEED UF Hardware, Silverware, Harnesses or Sporting Goods---Give Us a Call. XVe Can SureIy Please You. PAYNE 8: GREEN Il. .I L I UZ' T BARBER SHOP Buy at Farnsworth Q' V' TH Ii HOMIE OF Tr'l'E'i125" LNROGUE IIIiPfXIHIiD Msswm.. We I Coats, Waifts I and Blousef Martha 4 Foot Silk Hosiery O, G, MCFARLAND I and Henderson Corsets M. D. Hi HILLSDIXLE F. I. WILLIAMS 8 SON Grains, Seeds, Feed, Coal, Tile, Cement CAREY ROOFING .-I T' :L GREENDALE D A I R Y L B. IititiI,IiSTON. PROP. PURE GREAMERY BUTTER IDCIITIHHHCY ...... lil-I I Dollars spent for I I Buildings and Good Iiflll- tors are Permanent ln- twnts. 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