Thomas Jefferson High School - Monticello Yearbook (Council Bluffs, IA)

 - Class of 1925

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MYERS Pl'I.71t'iftIf, Tllornnx f11jfc'rso1z High School Dy' . ,Jul ,gi fs, HH' C2 L Q 5' fl, " if ill Q i w'x i -K' ll?-I ll 4' f" .e.gg,,f li - ' CD " Q lj W :: D M YD Vi 2. l E K K A Y C' 1 W Irv' P X g da 4 A r-1 L-J HIM! fl . -- ' Q11 X- - 4 - .,,,.l -- ,LAL ' , 35 2:1-l.:Q37T'lf'T MARY E. POMEROYW .,,. ,,Drakv Mathematics "W'hnl dill 1 tell you?" It CLYDE M. JUNGBLUTH , .VVisc0nsin Commercial "Come on-let': get going." ROSCOE S. CARTWRIGHT, ,Simpson Public Speaking "Huw, there, and ew1'.i':u-flaw." FRANCES OURENW ,,,, Iowa, English "Sim'ere ami h0Xf'ifzI171f'.,' LEE LOCKHART ,, Colorado Band "RmJ,v in ez lavinklillgf' W- ',s,X , ,N f-5 o Y 263 ig X-' f "M X - v-W I 'en Q-NIE' . JN ' a'lJ'5n'5f3" - ' " l x 1. v .f ' G im . .:- f.o5w'Qsf2li5I'o ws L . Q. :HH .. 4-H +- .. . LXW f - A l ' -J ' - .Q U me C, Q L u 'A 4 A r-1 17-7 ' Iffifff-ff' D 1? LW ,- 'af Q- rr" .3 v -Ji - i HAZEL MILLER ,,,,.,,.,,,,,, . . .,.,, Iowa Journalism "Kinfi, ye! -very a.c.fuming." LESLIE M. HAYS .. .. , .. . I0w:1X Science ".Mn:ler of what he .flllXUt7.l'.f.U FRANK L. PALUKA .. .. Ripon Commercial Law "Law is my aim. Do your rlury, Jlzulenlsf' BELLE G. TILTON. .. .. . ,Simpson Chorus NA lrue blue lasfief' MARGARET WILSON ........ .. . Drake Commercial "She Quai born under a planet of -wiff' ' N I 4 fx EJ--- ,. - ' Eleven lfihi-If l -' 'zJ:?1fi'1M35:'a . lr ' 5 I iii N A ' ,-. 1 1: ,f I n -i f O - H r X ,-rw ' . S 'P l L - ' al s I fr - wr:-.,5 -' - -- Y Q'-. Y N YY ' --1 Af -QILA , m all' H 53 lllllll a s ,. A - wx L ,ns -ax-JA up .-. S FERN RICHARDSON , . , ,Iowa Normal Training "Ubi I shall perish!" VVINNETTE CURTIS , Grinnell Latin "Srmfrr filifliyn IOYCE CRINIM , - Ohio Wcsluyzm Orchestral "fl: auisr, as he is tall." MAl'RlNE JOHNSON ,,,, .,,,,,,,, l own, Drnmatics "Huppy-go-lurkur, jolly ami guy." LENORE BEVERIDGE ,,,, Grinnell Mathematics "Mf1.ilEf fha art." 1 1 4 4 I - , Y, ,,., 26 - Twelve LAHS.: . imfmf ,- Qllciii ai lhlii llll I 'sm I gm , 2 s ' , 1 ,, X ni i . 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POWERS ,,,,,, , Chicago girl Arts "Quiet 4111.1 morlesl, yet very 1l,fc'?f1ll.u ISADOR M UELLER ,,,,,., Milwnukec S, N! Arts "Oh, where cfm he be?" AGNES BOLIN, ..,,,, Minnesota English "Well, qL'!1'V dan'l you le11ow?,' CLARA R. STRICKLANDH. Columbia History "Im from Mi!.f0llI'i.7, Ae, ?'? -7 ' -A, , T 26 'M , - Q - - 1 ,As X , ' Y Ii Fifi:-fn 3 951 . .- , , a.T.1V'Si ARM. nvyqyi l 'F If-I11'E-3"l3i53M Q if", ,- "lf if g fill-if Pglaii fei l 1' - .af E Ti mm ' -mit' .4 .Ami L 1 - L., E - 13 2 liillfjli 3 43 1- E? .K Sm E 43:3 Iiiiisiai D SE if . C' . K 5 if Q- 'xufimg' E z' 75-'TE' 5? In In S- ' T' -3 . NIYRQX L. BISHOP , , NL'ill'1lSkIl E E z I A 26 Housclmld Arts ".-lla:-nys iL'iHiIllQ', rlqvnyx n'a.lAl." INKLX HOLES , ,. St. Olaf Commercial "E-z'er-rea.ly- where July falls." Nl-ZLL POYZER W , ixI0l'llillghiKlt? English u Her duty ue-ver shirkxf' GRACE GQXYTON ,,,, ,, , ,. , Beloit Librarian "Plm,rf, be more quid." JOHN F. REINEL ,..,,,, ,Stout Institute Printing "Came on lhere, big boy!" 1 - I vs x ,, - v v-iw A W S1x.'n'11 I Q,.r,i'gl 1 Q gif A I qgf W xx I U filfllllllll -fi ' . ., a ww. will I-M J Q if Qiiisnlli r Q 1' El'f' I'fIl'I' . Q. A . I . r-13 - .L Ili 145 '-I umm E3 . -.gay 'r 1. xi. if A , - - . ' rg- f 3 ,1'..cL'1'IgLT,"- ' are " GEO. J. WAMSLEY. .. .,,,,,.. .. ,,.,, ,, ,,,,,,,,,, Missouri Stare 'I'L-archers Agriculture "Alexz of fem' a:.'onZ.f alGL'nAr.v .f1m'.f'nI'." SGT. SIDNEY WILSON ,,....,....,. , ,. ., Business College, I,ynchlwurg, Val. R. 0. T. C. "Il'hen' .Jury mllx or xffllllffl' hides." ELIZABETH DATESMAN .... Iowa State Home Econumirs "Re"joife' ami lowf all." ELIZABETH KING .. Mathematics ".-I Jrfnmn' of dn'am.f." HELEN MARTIN Clerk "She is our informalion lvurvan IONE GILLIANI Clerk "Were you really fifk? -xg- ' l'---J ' xx , ..Simpson I I r I E 426 J - I -if-5 -,. 1 -, S evenlnvn Q.-,n ' , I ..w f ii 'figf " f qw, wx x , 15521 v ,Mx fydl' -.IIE - . 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CLARENCE .'U.'PPERl,l'f, "fluff" College P1'cp:1l'utol'y Phi Upsilon Football l2ndJ '25 R. O. T. C. Cmqmrzll Signal Staff '2li "Furds may cumv, and Furcls may go. but mine paws on fm'e-vor." BRUCE BAKER, "I-1'imly" College Preparatory Pres. Senior Class Phi Upsilon Pres. '26 Vivo l'1-es. '5. R. O. T. C. Major Glee Club '24. 252 '26, Vice l'i'es. '25, Debate team and Tnnr '25, '26 Annual Staff Business Mauagw-r Signal '25 "Mrs, Humpstead-l.11i:rh" Typing Team "An nunvv of wit is wurlli :1 lmuml of argument." CLIFFORD BOAL, "C.'li-F" ' full:-gm' Preparatory S. A. Signal Staff '23, 'Zia Annual Staff Business Mauagl-r ll. U. T. l'. Lieutenant Colonel "Ha attains wlia.tvv4-r he- inirsiws. GENEVIEVE BOLTON, ulit'lIllAl'n Commercial Course .. llelphian "Simplicity is thi- real key ln the heart." -- i. - ' ., .1 , V 4 4 ,....u i 45 n -gg: . . f'-r fnwa- .,."1-.'2i!f":-SW...:'.f' Rf'-'X in I, .V,.., - i - - i X -, - ,rw Twenty-one I' ' V I' 2 1 ll firm 3 ,ZH -I! Ill lla. s . nl ' L l , gmlfgs p : 4.-1 F' Vfw -nflwfi. lfl h fi 5255 Eli - ' -fi L - 7 2 11 1 l 1 VIVA BOOTON, "Glen Lee" Normal Course J. N. T. ' Uhnrus '24 "Rich in uunimon sense. H .-XZI-IL BO STEDT, "Hui" ilollumwcial Course ln-lpliian Vice Pres. '25 Junior Class Play llaskuthall '25 Glee Club '23, '24 Shnrtlianml Team '26 Typim: T4-am '26 "A winning way, a llllliliilllg smile." IDA l3Ol'SFlELD, "Long Slujfn L'o1muurcial lloursc Signia 'Pau 'l'roaSure1' '24, 25, 26 Basketball '25 Signal Staff '24, '25 .luninr Class Play "A future H4-lun WVills." EDNVARIJ BRANDON, "ED" College Prcp:u'ato1'y S. A. Junior Vlass Play A'l'i,l!'Y1illllll'l' XValk" "Merton of the Movies" Signal Stall' Associaie Editor '23 "Merc-liaut nf Venice-" GICKALIJ BIYCHANAN, "Gerg" Cullcge Prcparatory l'l1i Upsilou "Pickles" Glue' Vlulm '25, '26 Vocal Cnntest '26 "This is ilu- vt-ry ecstasy of Love." H-.---J'-f'-E-A. 2.-,f- f X F26 1 --. " r G , Tfwenty-I-:ua "l haw- no vqualf' ., --grail ik' ' f ff,'Lff1ifl !3w ' M 9 QR' jifiifdg i J, 5 - 'hdli 4" L -1- , '15 kg' A. 1 lg, . ' 1 M ' WM' S Q B 9 K 45 f""' 1' lj 3 ' ' :B- 1 'll r:a dl ' :Mui 1: 1 UP. -f" 1 1 'Mlm' 'N 'LQ -h 1 E 111 .,v:?'ar' +..':F -9 i "" ji i - -, OTTO CHRISTENSEN, "OP, C0llllliL'l'i'iill Lfuursc Se-ninr Vim-P 1'n-sident '26 H1 Y I'residvnt '26 S. A. "Gunsi- Hangs High" "I :im sun- that vziro is an em-my of life." H AZEL CLINKENBEARD, "Joan Normal Uuursc "Goose i-lungs High" Sigma Tau .l. N. T. Vim- l'11-sich-int '26 t'hurus '22 "'i'hv way is in-ver vvry long if lnvaslirwl hy il smilvf' MARGUPZRITE COOLIDGE, "Marg" CUlllIl1Cl'C'illl lyuursv: M 1-vvzl xv 1-vs "SiIvm-v is ilu- ri-wzlwi to F ANVINA CONLRY, "C011Ili:',' Cmnlm-rcinl Cmirsu Sibilllil Till! Annual Stuff ate." Siillllll Staff :xSNlli'i2ltL' liliillil' '24, 2, Cimrus '21, '22 "l'll get fun nut uf this, if it ll var-u u in via-:im-x'." ALLEN L'0PF,LAND, "dl" Cullcgc Pu-p:11'zitui'y Fmrtliall '22, '23, '24 Hasketlvzlll '23, '24, '25 T1'au'k '25 Football Alzxmlgvl' '25 tak:-s Phi Upsilun Vive President '25, Sec' retary '2i. 'l'rf-asurer '24 'An .ithlelu in himself." '1 ,vw ..-H VY,,.Y....,, 'M ,,,, Q I , ' -Y-V -.4-,-?':': -1L'f'Q --v'g.:fg,3w1-nfiffb-1 A -fy 4 fr 'aw ,- . ,W -f - ' ----.,, , - - - "".: f K' A- ' 'f-:'-H vi. ,'v'::, --.AN 'W Y? TW ',f:T"i.5Q-1',f 3 1 26 W fx- , - --534-F'-Avi' fwfzr: -25" ,, 15 -- I Y - fl H HM..-E-J,'.' xggfa .14 1-,zbgigffq-,'L H X---,z-:.M.Jf- Q Tfweuty-three - ff . -. M :.'2ll!.s2all' "i l . ..,la:, ..-- 'F' 4 . N "t Nh!! n Allin Q 'I .gg . gl -L F 'W . 1 .. D , IEHIIFZII as E- Q! ' V J- V L- ' ::,::::g:: i I- A 1: F-'l C' 1 U G 3 ' .'L!.Qff" ..f-a-r"'a" ,.. . , 1' - . -s- .1-.,,.. l I RUSSELL LUX, "Cox" Collv.-gc Preparatory I-'lmtball '23, '24, '25 llaskvtball '25 Trac-k '23, '24, '25, '26 Drake Ile-lay Team '25 Hi Y Vlub Phi Fpsilun with me," "1-Ivury clay is ladies' clay LOREN DA Vl USUN, "lJni'ey" l'ullsg'c Pl'cp:1i':1mi'y Phi lfnsilun Gif-v Club '25, '26 "Pickles" "His vnice thrills the 'lienrts' of manly." LORENP1 DAVISON, "Lo1"' College P rcpn mm ry Nu Uine-gn Sigma '1'1'e:1su1'er Glee Club '23, '24, '26 .luniur Class Play Sl,2'l1?ll Stuff '26 Treble Ulvf Club Ulmrus '23, '24. '25 "Is slw us innucvnt as shv lnuks or are lmilcs sonwtinws dm'viVing'?" QW ILDRED DILTS, "IWi!l-i"' Nurnml Course Sigma 'Pau J. N. T. President '25, Treasurer '26 "Lmw- Pirates of Hawaii" Uillilllllllill se-:we is not Commun." li HOMER DRAKE, "Shari-i"' Industrial Course l'lii Vpsilml Basketball '23, 'Z-1. '25, '26 'l'l'ack '23, '24 R. O. T. C. Curporal 5 "Sp,-ukvth little. but ubserveth all." 1 ,f"N- A +.,-,,f--"" 'g'f" TR--'-xX.,,,, 4 ,fxi,.,,-- "'-ig ig -ffl 1- l . iff-26 l"f f"Xl"' , -if ggiyvvia- 1 ' '-1' Tfwmty-four .smiiil ,JW l'Ui519f?1H N I' h i s Avi?-"wg'5I!', iff H12 - , wli.i-:- iilv iifili.::m.gl!!i. .eiIi 1-ill' "l 'l i fi irvi.. T 9' Q F' n ,. " T J L-1 lilllll n fl G WML i?.E:i.J "f:-Ti ' .. . -P L i - im . - ' LEON.-X FAILOR, "Leo" Normal Training Coursc Nu Uniepqa Sigma J. N. T. Signal Staff '23 'Tmnandei' XValk" "A pleasing countenam-e is an silent recommendation." ESTH ER FAIRMAN Normal Training Course Sigma Tau J. N. T. Secretary-Treasurm' '25 Junior Class Play "By my truth! Sho has given her lwnrt away." MARX-'ELI NE FERRON, "1VIiJgrr" Colnmcrcial Course Nu Omega Sigma "Yun may have tn limi: for her, hut she is always the-re." ESTHER FLENKER, "Hob" follcgc Preparatory llelphian President '20 .Junior Class Play "The Goose Hangs Hip.:'h" Spanish Club '22 Meccawee Secretary '26 "Beauty itself persuades the eyes of man without un orz1to1'." GRANT FLENKER, "Lefl.1"' Cnllcgjc Preparatory Phi Fpsilon R. 0. T. 0. Corpnral "Gone-rusity is his failing." 'wb ii"in'XX-f-1 . - .- uf - -u - . A Twenty-fiave if ..Q::L1'1i'f'3mil . W ,. 4' v i - I3 . D xg- e , "-""-1" M e- - --,T-,Qs -ill Il C' iij y .D CLE'-7 '--wwffef' if dig' f . f Y 1 yi f llflj' A" Tu-erlty-six DOROTHY FLYNN, "Dol" UUllllllCl'ClZl1 Course Nu Omega Sigma President '25, Vice President '25, Secretary '26 Glee Club '22 Shorthand Team '26 Typing Team '26 "Girls of few words are the best of ,2'iI'lS." VVILLIAM FQSTER, "Bill" College Preparatory Football '25 R. O. T. C. Lieutenant S, A. Vice President '26 Junior Class Play "The Goose Hangs High" Senior Play "A striking: pe-rsnnulity in dis- guise." GEORGE FOUSER Cmnnwrvial Course Phi Upsilon Hi Y Club Ulmrus Glee Vinh "Always there with 21 willing Hua-nl't to help 21 friend." JACK GOTSDINER, "Iuka" College Preparatory l'Ixten1pm':1neuus Sllblllilllg Contest '21 "A successor to Patrick I-lenryf' COl'llll1Cl'Cll1l Course Delphian 'lfuntinuul cheerfulm-ss is a sign of wisdom." N . , , --Y -- " A26 e A , 1. VERNA GUNDERSON, "Jack" W ,- f I Jn Inlll dl ..., l ..,, III In -, T nazi- ... B g" G, Haj A Irs L "' F 5 I ml I' it rw: V' Nr' f ' df ,His . 1 I I 2 IGIfE5"'f11f!4fu ,fl ' aiiiaiamgliy M I' B cl.. , C3 V A I fam fnvllnlll Q H, ,A an 1 .-.- L E ::I::'.:r:-':. .':.1:'- 1.-P --v .. I 4- I I I . I,-I i - I..- I I gg .wan g -q4 wf :vx:4r wrw' F , f5,HfEI5g"-g 3 fi'rg,'P",,,, ms'-"a. Inaf.:.,,x,.,m-Im-11-wi' -'12-mar 4-,wa-'.ff .-mm . mmggg LOUIS HALSTESXD, "Lo1fif" Collcgc Preparatory Glee- Ulub '24. '25, 'l'n-usuror ' Junior Flass Play "Windmills nf Holland" "Gypsy l!uve1"' "A man of wisdunuf' I-ZLVIRA HANSEN Commercial Course Nu Omefsga Sigma "Simplicity is the tl'v2lSlI!'0 ul' MARION HARRIS, "l'f'Hy" L'Ul1lIHCl'l'IllI LIUIIVSC ITPIIYIIIHII l'I1Ul'llS '23, '2I Simnxl Stuff '26 "A dm11L11'v !l12lflIl"ll luvml by ull YIVIAN HARRIS, "l'oH-1"' C'on11nc1'1'i:1l COUl'S'L' IIUIDIIIZIII l'l1m'us'1lI!. '24 Signal Staff '26 "III-1' only fault is that she 1lo!1v." MARIE HARTING, "Rec" CUINIIICITIEII Course Dvlph ian 20 lifu-." .. has "Gund llilfllll' ix Lhe beauty of the mind." 1 I - 2' gag ' gq I,. 1 Tu-ezny-se:'e1z in . V lflglmdiigfigiki l . . f I .we n . .f" -" " 1 . pf, is '- " l - H lv V 5f"'.9' fi-"tw 1-J Q 3 , gif lk H L-5.55 Q l 1 I!!l!!l!!l D D ELM ' G A l B if , A-ffwf2?' 425. K fi ,. -f l pn lf l D f lil 1 nl CIRQXFIC H IGGI NBO'I'H.-XM, LULA H ATH AWAY, "Lo" Cmmnc rcial Course Nu Omega Sigma Secretzlry '25 Junior Class Play Typing' Team '26 Shnrthzmd Team '26 "As vz1pl'im-ions as an April Day." VRLESTA H ERYVIG, "Toon" Cmmnncrcinl Course Nu Unwga Sigma Junior ClaSS Play Shorthzlnd Team '26 "Nu life van be dreary when work is cle-light." HBH!!! CUllllllx'l'k'lfll Course Latin Club Ulmrus '24, '25 "'l'lu- wm-ld lwlmmgzs tu tho ener- ,xre-I iv," P.Xl'Ll NE HOFFPIR, "Paul" Lw0lllIllCI'L'lZll Cmnlrsc llelphian Junior Class Play Typing Team '26 Slmrthund Team '26 "I-'riundliness and willingness are thv keynotes to sncvessf ROLAND H l' M PH REY, "Hump" lndustrial Course Signal Staff '25, '26 , Phi l'11Silon "A tower nf strength is an honest man." E f- - , f.., --f-- . -V N-kv-. ,,...., " M ' 26'f' X lJ n sf-ill, -x . lf fffwmmx M1fmf fm -f--ww-Alwl, Twenty-eight -Q W: 15' "Na 'liiiiwl V f -5' dim- 1-I ff ml l ' fllilllrla El," ii I , Ji - ' l' '3-2 'f m , f L' 'Q--gd J. - T " . v ,gl . Nw I l . A' ft-gl Wash- 5 ' Y .Q'5-FBS., X 5 I 1 B : E35 E Q llsissm Q if ql , . , f-, G Ki llllllll .C , E5 1 ..-:. 'f:-vr' .- - -Y . " " - wg 1' RENO jENSEN Comme rcial Cou rsc Signal Staff '25 R. 0. T. C. Staff Sergeant '25. 26 f "HP who hath knuwledg'e, hath power." ADALYN JOHNSON, "Lillie" C0llllllt'l'l'lC1l Courss Typing' Team '26 "Heir words arm few, hut mighty." GERALDINE JOHNSUN, ".lefrry" Normal Course J. N. T. Nu Ome-ga Sigma "May her life he long and happy." GLADYS KNAPP, "Happ,r', College Preparatory Nu Unit-ga. Sigma President '26, Vice-President 25, Treasurer '25 Junior Class Play "Pomander NValk" "Never at he-1' wits end." ERNEST KOLB, "Ernie" Cmnmercial Course S. A. Hi Y Vice President '26 Junior Class Play "Merton of the Movies" "Just one equlal-My superior." if-1--4 ,A f-.,.,.--7.-..-f-f"f:i5:5555 X .... -NF WT - -fx-..- A ' N- .xx ...fx zgiwxf' H' N-H" 'rf fag." '-" 'N T-wenly-nina 22ii ili'I!i I m "ff1 wi W Esgzit'-ag nini..I! II dn fi- U ,MH WI m L-J D S Ek r , . 'N :U g ff ee Lt: .417 I ::':::-is Q fig., -51 :45 f ml" , - :xAeC: Y , 7 I L1 ,11Je:13f?E"' ' 'ELF X K' N' MARIE KORTH, "Too.'lie" v -- ,.-A Q- ,,.f-. Thirry ..-ff -,-, ---.,,-f'm"5gg: W, 1,57 J-,,,.., ff' .3 -4 , . N . - c'0IllIllCl'CI1l1 Course Shorthand Team '26 Delta Rho President '25, "The Goose Hangs High" Glee Club '26 Typing Team '26 '26 "I have a Huwei' garden full of inns-h-me-nuts." VIRGIL KREGER, "I'irg" College Preparatory Annual Staff Sigsnal Staff '25, '26 S. A. I'1'r-Sirlent '26 Ifuvtllzill '25. '26 Basketball '25, '26 ll. 0. 'li P. Sergeant "Hy his clean sports we shall re- meiuher him." CHARLES LANE, Hf:fIIlL'A'H Cmnmcrcial Course Phi Vpsilon Signal Staff '2-I. ll. O. T, C. Corporal "The Big Idea" Hi Y Club "A great man is always willing to lie little." GLEN LEFGREN, "Laffy" Imlustrizd Course Juniur Class Vice-President Annual Staff Track Team '25, '26 "l'umander XVaIk" S. A. Glee Club '24 "He is generous and ohliging, as he is wise." BEVLAII LESLIE, "Bm" Ifmnnicrcizii Course Sigma Tau Secretary '23, '24, '25 Annual Staff Sigrnal Staff '24, '25 Debate Team and Tllul' '25, '26 Junior Class Play Typing' Team '26 Shorthand Team '26 "Mmm Iiumpstead-Leigh" "I-lat. drink and he merry: But wliatever you dn, dnn'L worry " ..:L, .-ii . , . I -e- -- fm, , g:.f .,- i ,,E6,,. f.5f"'i -1'---I - A I I l A ' -- 'l 'N if ui 1 -P gp'l ' ?1'5f if.l:'Jai N 1 Nl X U Keilffls, fp rd m X N' - ' :J ?-'Q - E1 ' Illlllll' Q Q ' - 4 2 if ' K DCD ' 43:1 Q W., 5 in Q G .xr . bb .X-...':::1L:1?" H if- gain - Y - - Y - L, V 1 W QL 1,41:g3f:i:"" fi..-L f ELIZ.-XBETH LOYD, "Rem", Commercial Course Nu KTll'l6fJ,'2l Signm Vice Prusident '26 Debating' '26 Typing Team '25, '26 Sliurtluind T1-uni '26 Dvulaunatory '25 "A maiden litlw and frvv uf heart." VRNITA MCCLURE Connm-rcinl Course Glu- Club Typing' Contest '25 "Love Pirates of Hawaii" Nu 0IT1PH'H, Sigma "The XYild Ruse" "Vail in swi-vt music, I havo lwaird swi-Pt airs." :XILEEN MILISEN, "nil" Collegc Preparatory Signm Tau Vive Preside-nt '25, '26 Meccawees President '26 Senior Class Secretary Extvmpo '25 Glee Club '24. '25 Annual Staff Junior Class l'luy "The Big Idea" "A pal who shares c-very sm-ri-w, A pal today-a. pal tmnm'row," FORREST MILLER Cullcgc P1'cpnratury ,Hillld '23, '24, '25, '26 Orc-hestra '23, '24, '25, '26 9 X "Fzinw, is the cnll of the hiu:'lv." ROBERT MILLER, "Bob" College Preparatory Football '25 Basketball '25, '26 Phi Upsilon "If you lose, luse fighting." rw' fx- ,sf M' -M--ff ' 'i if 1 . Z1'T,w,-V-..i', X -W---V "ws IL, , M- ""'.3,'!a-.f.-"Ns" 'VT' 3: r- , U.. Va f' 'sf V imma' - -fl'ffQzf'.'l":F-. ,ff-f"1 l N Q , ..yL.,m"muf""1.1-:.'.u-.f,:w4m.gS,gggL':1' f"'lf"' il! .ialE'c?qi5jf3g-1'fM2.S'lnL2233Q,w'H ,, Q-ifiiffrif-5--1.1 1y2'9r:'. if 4 ., .W 'SN-f s,..,J, , Thirty-one S5 A mjwiqig V -' D QR Q W Ima! Q 1- -T ,l 'ii Q C-QQ lllllkfll. if? iff -44' -'-2 - -Cf!-TL Y Y"g'L'L', 12 :L ' aff-ck " 'w"A" ',1gf-7-7-71,-gr-, f,rv,-.-L,,,xr5.-L-Q-.Af-L-:f:w:V1,w515 fi: iw- ,J ,-3 '?5?a"'JL-1-4: .-.xv 1' -1141 .Eval ..f'1f:.1' :ff ' '1-'J.-l..,-1- Zlli- ' +L ' -'-: .1 1 1 MILDRED MOORE, "Mil" CUlllllICl'1'llll Course Glee Uluh '24, 25, '26 'Preble Clef Club Junior Class Play Delphian "All that ix sum-vt :xml nnble. LRNNA MOSS, "Jun" College Pro:pzu':xt0ry Nu Omega Sigma "HQ-wal'eZ l :lm lJilSllflll." MARGARET' NICHOLSON Cmnlncrcial Course Nu OlTlt'H.'il Sigma "A girl Imru with uwnf' ELMHR OGREN Coll-:gc Pl'cp:1r:1tox'y nntifms nf her Debate Te-:mm and Tlllll' '24. '25, '26 S. A. President '25 Junior Class President Annual Staff-Editmwin-Chief lfixtempo '25. '26 Sipznal-Editor llec-lam. '26 'AMerton of the Movies" "A seniur dignifled and wisq, Intent tu master what he cues." DORCAS PARKER, "Dark" Cunnncrciul Course Sigma Tau "Honesty is her motfof' E E ,. - ----U-L, '-1 L ,f-X...-.-f -fW':N-,X ,,A s 1- M., 32.2, ,. H, Thirty-lfwo ,.Qg3:lg2,g1 '-. f1j:LElIEI1 , , w .W I , -T ' mf . .. Aims ' Iifsglfi filia ins.lI! !i an . - -+G' ' W N, fi A., NJ as - L - ..- ' --, -f,-'.. - V 1 24" ' Laci? I l!!iQ!!lI! D Q FW" -. f F-7 E' Q1 :EU f'A . u' L ' "" -- L 75- L, Q ' L ' 4 f wif i -mt---,.. ,, H OWA RD PARKER College Preparatory Signal Staff ' "The Goose Hangs High" "Svekinp.' ful' the Rest." ALICE PETERSON, "nil" Collcgc Prcp:u':1to1'y Delphian President '25, ViC0-1'resi- dent '26, Sevrotary '23 Glee Club '23 Annual Staff Signal Staff '25, '26 Junim' Class Play Junior Class Secretary "She C'0lll'1'll0l'S all within hor power." HELGA PETERSON, "PNP" Normal Course Siprlnzl Tau J. N. T. President '26 Clmrus '21 "AfIl'l' all-Mode-Sty is first." ALICE PHILLIPS, "Toon" Cmnmcrcinl Course DGIIR Rho Typing' Team '25, '26 Shorthand 'Peam '26 "I-lex' soul is the lmcligfuunrl nf Ill'l' smile." LUIS PIERCE, "Pol-P" Industrial Course Delta Rho "Mrs. Bunipstvad-Leiglf' "The Big' Idea" "All that is vlmi'ming1" r W" fi. 'NM-fmw -A -J--'M -H-'swf-sw., f' ww ,ff-Lm,,,H-..,..,--I-V--XE .' ' ' -,-. i ' if . if .Q W 'g's, f--fx. ,f-f .s,- Thirty-three x 5 - 'I' l Q. TA I' nihlv ' 4. 'x f 1-IQIJJGSFPW f,,Li, Q, n , ,, ' :' ' ' 2 H .r ll ' mf ,JE ' I' V 'Hi Km E ' Nun n I 'tglgggslil .i "' " A 4 ll? -Y ' ' 1 ' .4 ' - Q F3 'Q liiliilli . 2,5 ' " ' . D L-J 'ici L, gf 21- il .. T fi -V . .mn ez. - LENA PR.-ITT, "1'ruft-V" Normal Course Nu Omega Sigma Svc-retary '2 President '25 J. N. T. Vice Presiclen urer '26 Annual Staff HAlIIl1II'PlI hy all." t '25, Treas LYM .-KN RE.-XRDON, ".lau.I-" Gun c ral Cou rsc Ph Vpsilon Basketball '26 "A strangeqer among tha midst." GOLDIE BETI-IERS RIEINIEDE, ".la.!L LIOIIIIIICFCIIII Course Gleo Vlulv Sigma Tau Orcheslraf "Gypsy llovc1"' l'Ilol'llS "St ylv, bea uty, els-ga uve, g.:'1'ave She has vve-rytliinprf' GLADYS RICE, "b'aal.v" Ccnnxncrcinl Course Nu Onwga Sigxna Glee Club '23, 242 "Pickles" ' Junior Class Play Signal Staff '25, '26 Treble Flvf Ulull "Smiles are c-heap, bu ALICE RICHARDSON Normal Cours.: Sigma Tau J. N. T. Prvsident '25 Typing Team '26 S0l'I'PI2lI'j' "lm t attractivu "The Goose Hangs High" Junior Class Play Signal Stz1R '22 "Let none presume to deserved dignity." XV eil I' 21 Il un ff' ., 1,5 r-mf-fi P' JS. 'rasma-f....X ,ff ' Thirty- f our . xi. Q? V' ' V -W a ll' . - .ll 1- mmgf- LQ gg" :Q EJ L . 'f 'lfwiirn N 9 .f.s- 2 I q ,l. ir X f N '1 ll 1 f C X I A ' k - I F l C " 'N' ,. . V - 'C-1 f' .I-X-L K- . ,- - L. Y 11 L4 :1.I'4t"' 'A iv- Q i l l l l EUDICE RICHMOND College Preparatory Chorus "She is gentle, she is shy, but there is mischief in her eye." FERN ROSS, "Burl" Normal Course J. N. T. O1'c'llest1'a '26 "Le-f. geutleuess, my strung' enforce- nmnt be," BYRON RYALL, "Buy Rum" General Course "Rehnld!--" Thorn anwng' the Roses!!" HELEN SCHOLES, "Goofy" ' Coxmncrcial Course Nu Omeg'a Sigma Tl'6-2lS1ll'9l' '25 "i'lox'ex'x1ess in herself." MARIE SCHROEDER, "Mike" College Preparatory Nu Unlegra. Sigma Treasurer '26 Signal Staff '25, '26 "Blessed with that charm that is vertain to please." PT J ,. . -'--1--.-02' . 2 rs." ..,-xg , I,-AVN , " .fQ, , 1, 1234. , . '2.,L.f:b 14,-a,33,,.: 7595! 1- 21. , I- f' l aq jggl..-g ,L I , . .5 mn. .ni-:frm-,i'5gL ,gag--l'J-'--Q QM..-'-s.. -iqjg if 2 - -' -' .,--s--NH .x f-x1.,...,--W ...-..,' Rv, Thirty-fi ,Q-W ,, K 'Fl ' .. .f fu 411+ N - 1 il H455 9 l ' ' Mmm, ' i n 4 'QQF5 Q UC' 2 n w '. . . C1 A - L41 A . , , kr U'-JQJIE. EDWARD SCOTT, "Srof.'y" Industrial Coursc 'l'yping: Team '25. '20 Un-Ilvstra '24, '25, '26 "He is an man of XVUl'llllllt'5S." DORA SIMPSUN, "Dary" Colll-gc Preparatory Nu fl1'l1t':.Z'll Sigma Signal Staff '23 Ulmwrus '22 "Happy to le-t Fate and Furtune lLL'4rVt'l'll llQ'l' destiny." CLARA SMITH, "Blondie" Cmnnncrcial Course Nu Unwpqu Sigma Gln-e Club '24, '25, '26 'l'l'ehle Ulef Ulub 'l'y1minp.f 'Team '25, '26 Shnrthand Team '26 "HQ-r smilv is her fortune." FLOYD SMITH, "S-1L'ed'e" Industrial Course 'l'rm'k '24 "Kindness is the key to your Imam." LUVIS SOM M ERS, uLI1,s'tn College Prvpa rntory "1 um not only witty with myself. but the cause of that wit within uthf-1' mvn." l H: .-A v-----ff-'zkiif' ' "fx- -4 2' A , .iaipf-M 'i.:ig-'mf- ,--, l T -S ' Thirty-six 'P-,-Ls. - 45.1-fi-l ,go w-Wiilenlll ml J' ' ku - f 4 J-,515 lg I Nan: -' E ery!!-lv 1 ' ' ': .ra :: N I Q " -4515 K.,-- an ,.'..-.., 9 95 i4f::3':i , , I F - -"'Hiw,1,, . I 1, V1 g J ,J l .Gill ,li Ei". i f Linn 5' I' . 4 K 1-wig!! ,Q-J Q 'I .I 11 rm il 1 2- pw' D f l - , IMIIMI u.i...:'.:r:-:. .':.'.:-.. -v-.-:- --, 4,..-u..-:.- ll Ji l l A M ILDRI-ID SPEER, "1'lrIi.Z" Nnrnml Course Nu Oinegu Signiu Sigmll Staff '24, '25 .l. N. 'li Socrot:u'y '24 "All that I want tu ln-." LILIF STEINBFRG, "LVN" L'miiii1crvinl Course Silrnizl Tau Signal Stall' '23 'Fypimz 'Foam '25 film- Club '23, '24 l'l1ui'us '23, '24 "A smih- is hm' must uunstauit frie-nd." EDXA SVPERNOIS, "S.'r1-p-r" Imiustrizil Coursc Sisrmu 'Pau "l"ivlal--s" film- Club '2-l. '23, '26 'WYHII RnSe" "A nuhlv type nf sruml lil-ww xx Zllllllllldfv HARRY SVVANSON, HSiL'1IlIe"t'H Cullum- Prvpxmirory l"hi lfpsilun 'l'r:u'k '25, '20 lllwllw Relay '25 "Marion of the Mnvig-s" lt. 41. T. U. Corporal "Old King: l'nle's Rival." BYRON TELLANDER follggc Prcparzltory Siglllil Staff '25, '26 1'. l. P. A. lfmlvviitiuil '25 l'hi Upsilon "'l'lu- Biff: Idea" 'llis words are wvi,a:'l1ts of 3: 'UIU- old." -'-' 26W"e'--'fffid ,W mg 'Q g ,, 44,,-g,, W Y, Thirty-.sewn lilkml if ' miimm fi i vw i l i s fi A 1 ' " 1- ' 1' l' .Tw i. , V ,Q 5,253 3-iiillilsillll n Q. f-'J' xeiesq,.i4 " ' Q 4 - i .av A a , 115+ i J - 4. 26' Thirly-High! M ERLR TERRY, uCIlI'l-ln, Industrial Course Phi L'psilun Signal Staff '25. 26 "My wit is my companion." MARY 'THIXQNIARTI N, " Tllogien Commercial Course Junior Class Play Shorthand Team '26 "My state-inents are always 'Ora1'." GENEVIEVE TROY, ".lf1111y" Connnercizil Course Nu Onwga Sigma Typing Team '26 Shurthand Team '26 "A senior lmnured by her intelli- grence-." HAROLD TYLER College Preprimtury R. O. T. V. Captain, Adjutant Glee Club '25 "His vmnmancls aw imperative" ALICE VIBERG, "Vilv.r" Coinlncrcial Course Sigma Tau Secretary '25. '26 Debate Team and Tour '25, '26 Glee Club '24, '25, '26 Meccawees Treasurer '26 Derlalnatury '26 Junior Class Play lixtempo '26 "Her speech was a. fine vxample of what thv scholarly cull u1'ato1'y." , . . 1' w i me ., 51, f...rl: , , 1 -9 .l . la , l il 5312, l Wife- All ',g'2-Elbfii -. s' 'G -gs? 'Q Ham'-' " g.: C3 L.:...l Q Q 1 , 7 T4 MA ' '::c2::::f,::I g-3 K , lg F-1 O i n at 1 .?"ffQ4- .,.-r.-.:r"sar' 3 . ! -' . 1. - A- . . .aww HXZEL VV.-XLKER Cuinincrcial Course Sigma Tau President '25, '26 Hunol'z11'y 'AGUftllliillt-l'fll0I'l9l .luninr Class Treasurer Sf-niux' Class 'l'l't'2iSl.ll't'l' 'Typing Team '25 "Ish-Lto1'lw small and shine, than ln- Izu'g'f- and 1-:lst an slmdow." CHARLES VVARNER, "Ch1zck" Cmnincrvizil Course Fmmlball '25 l'hi Upsilun Glve Club '23, '24, '25 Hi Y Se-cretary-'l'1'ea1s11rv1' 25, 26 li. 0. T. C. Captain "Tl1rvP XViS0 Fouls" .H "'l'hm- main of the- hfllll. GARNET WILLIAMS, "Shorl.1"' Norinnl Course .l. N. T.. "lCvm'y su-ry has il 1nurz1l." GER'l'RI'Dl-I YVILLIJXMS, ".7WiX'f" Nnrlnzil Cuursv J, N. T. "I-lx1w1'i1-iwv is the- lwst lm-small." REX XVI'-HTH Cul logs Prcpz1rnrm'y S. .X. Signal Staff '24, '25, '26 Annual Staff "The Big' ldea" Il. O, T. U. Staff Sergrozuit l'Ixtr-num '25 "l'm Sailing' on tho S1-as of famm-." v v Thirty-niuf .Q,w:5i.5! ,- '--. -'-lsswf P, '. 9 Jllm ll Ll' W L ' ' I N- an 2 1-Q' .ra ver - 1' " "' 4 T W- Q- ,,ml1.K,N,,l,-,, DOROTHEA VVOODVVARD, "Dar" College P11-pa ratory Nu Oxne-ga Sigma DOROTHY YATES Normal Course I lelphiu ll .l. N. T. Tl'reusLl1'e1' '26 NELLIFI MAE ZIELKE cN0llllllCl'ClIll Course Sigma Tau lievlamatury 'ZZ-1, '25 Glue l'lub '23, '24. '25, '26 .Iuninr Class Play Shm'th:n1cl Team '26 1 "Me-rum ut' the Movies" "T'r'llIl2lllt" "A mmlel aftvx' Slmzxliesln-al1'e." rm' ,-'- .f-f,v,,.f--f -.. ,.,Y,1f'1".'..tg-73' Q--ff'--,M--lx G' "E,,.fZ'f---M -W -15iT'Z",.ifLfN - -N Y ,,.-., , 'F f ,L,-1",fT,,,'f 'Q , 51g,'.,"f?'3vf"-camqn ' .-"' kg , 43-7-ffqf-u..TflgGj,j ,. f' -n-Qi.,--,fi .E , 5-Ya? m29g,.1"::i:fpf1 A11 1 ,ll --- 111 1'1'1- - Q1:::ff1:f-' 1 A' 5511:-:A f , f lv' --.X n. -' N ' Forlv -.:,., "Youth in its splendor and glory "'l'lu- 2lll3'Q4lll' symbol of the l-:wth 'l"rehlv Clef Club lresidout '25, '20 -v , 'X 1 'v gn-:!l?"x "N yjiilifliis A 7 g ill,-?,1Kf,!gg lx J ,ff 1-fl: 'Eli , Ki, mfil li it C S --' - C, - "F lemma: Q Q B ,fab fl FQ,-h rj-1 DQ 2 1 ual' 1' s K 1 ..:'.,:.e-..g:.-.:.-r--sa - -1-g!"F"' C o n s , v- Class Motto "Build for character, not for fame" Class Flower Ophelia Rosa Class Colors H aliotropc and Czzmzry Yellow . Class Poem lV1,' pllllil' for a momvnt,s rvflactiofz llflzilr' taars hralim thv ryr, Our high .fchool rlayx arf' oiw' Thou' goldfn rlayx gom' hy. 1 l'Vill 'ZUI' 1',l'7' lu' 50 llappj' again In thx' many yfars to coma, lVill futun' flays lu' just as bright, As those that now rm' dana? Did wr lrarn all tlwrf' -was to lvaru ffnrl gain all tharr' was to gain l'Vas our lift- a hflp to T. J. High, 01' mfrrly an ugly stain? If 101' mulfl know our workls 14:1-ll flour, No flaw to mar our school, If we wart' surf' rach littlf task lVax in accorrlancf with meh rulr, Thru though our hrarts may .mrnz to lt No vain rfgrf-ts as 'wr hid good-byr, K "We are prcjrzzrvd to fam' li fe'5 trials, flnrl a-wr it all to T. f. High." rral' , ---H. B. 2951 TQ-ii F arty-one ,Na-ali! fs. .tfflistqsrte y M 5 9 ':"'7:'lH:1"'5!' :ie Q . .im -1 lllliia fs.gi! !i i smhlil' ifis- - - .Q Q -grin '11 D I . MII!!! D E- 'tis'- 'L Q CP. . lialirizl DQ U' C' S ...l .fL.- s i --17, 1 -. 11. f 1 , QE- -1 W , , ,, Q, .EL--,,.-X-. '- I Class Will KNOW ALL MEN BY THOSEPRESENT: That we, the Class of IQ26, being about to pass out of this sphere of education, in full possession of a crammed mind and memory, and almost superhuman understanding, do make and publish this, our last will and testament, hereby revoking and making void all former wills and promises: We give and bequeath to our beloved Faculty all the amazing knowledge and startling information that we have furnished them from time to time on our test papers. We know that said knowledge which we have imparted will be very bene- ficial to them and to the whole world of science and learning. To all future Class Presidents, is left the ability of our Grand and Noble President-the Honorable Bruce Baker. To the Football Team of next year is left the stellar playing of' Russell Cox and A1 Copeland. We couldn't get "Kreger" to surrender his. Otto Christensen's Kid Curlers and "Bill,' Foster's Curling Iron are left to Don Wood and Laval Larned, worldy known as "Harney',. Alice Viberg leaves her argumentative ability to Irene Benedict. Hazel VValker bequeathes her knowledge of shorthand to Lorene McTwiggan. To Future Freshmen is left the stores of knowledge and much valued vocabu- lary of Edward Brandon. Marie Brunell is the recipient of Mary 'l'hogmartin's straight hair. Lena Pratt wishes to give her report card with all the usual five A's to "Alu Brownell. Aileen Milisen leaves to Gretchen lVIcMillen her pleasing personality. Alice Peterson says Elizabeth Curtis may have her "Noisy VVays.,' Charles Lane leaves his social hour programs to Helen Ager. - 4, L ev., 26 A, , L - - 1' v s 17' - - ,if-L F art y-moo Mai? rr: , f 11-igilmeffiira f -Q '3iQ3"iQl2lli5l!Il....i1aa n ,. v "Jie I .ML Till e r dlllllll it ,, ""' i N .Ei-it-'.-, .:.J Q Q-J -.VT :N l 'lg i:LiiiC:JCJ E 1 ' G D 9- -.-.si 4 - ,, ,' gi " L , 7,11 W T '11, - ' "sv --- ' Hazel Bostedt leaves her poetry writing genius to Marie Henderson. , Jack Woolman is to receive Charles VVarner's popularity but, not his beauty. Hazel Clinkenbeard wills her winning smile to Ethel Pope. The important role of Romeo is left to Bob Milisen by Ernest Kolb. Gladys Knapp leaves her "Windy" to Ethel Cohen. Grant Flenker wills his shyness to Marie Myers. To those must worthy and intelligent persons of the Class of 1927 known as the Juniors, is left the dependable Ford of Merle Terry, as their means of rapid con- veyance during the Annual Treasure Hunt, in the ensuing year-namely, the Year of Our Lord, 1927. Merle took pity on the Poor Juniors this year in their attempts ' to secure dependable transportation. Elmer Ogren, hereby, bequeathes his executive ability, his leadership and the laurels that he has attained in Forensics to VVendell Mellor. To the Art Editors of next yearls Monticello is left the artistic ability and originality of Glen Lefgren. V Elizabeth Loyd wishes all she possesses and everything she ever borrowed to go to Thelma Bolton. . To the Sponsors of the present Junior Class of 1926, the Sponsors of the present Senior Class, bequeath their bravery and courage during the Treasure Hunt of 1927. IN TESTIMONY VVHEREOF, VVE the Senior Class of 1926, of the Thomas Jefferson High School, have hereunto attached our signature in the city of Council Bluffs, County of Pottawattamie, on this 4th day of June, 1926. SENIOR CLASS OF 1926. We, the undersigned, certify that on the 4th day of June, IQ26, A. D., in the City of Council Bluffs, State of Iowa, the Senior Class of 1926, of the Thomas Jefferson High School, to us personally known, did in our presence sign the fore- going instrument and declare the same to us to be their last will and testament. IN WITNESS WHEREOF: We have at the said time and place hereto attached our signature in the presence of each other at their request. r , l 1 -vm , Y - 'Es Y 2 26 tt' ' i si - - fe -s. I ff ' e - -e '49 F arty-Ihre: e -' -ire fu ' 'Q' 3"""" Nmilil fa. -Mallets:-1 . f if- ff . GW C ., Q,-5 J I ,X 1:6620 7 I 1 1 fi I 7.5. EAT-9: gn Millar- 'M i' '.4'3Fga.,l 1 "' J -1 1 5 ,Fm eil' 'ffl or Im!! Q - dsl- Cfl L D ...Ll liillfil X ,PU f ri' L uf 75? f 2 W -4- ' 3 - Y . f :J Characterization of the Senior Class BAKER FLENKER JOHNSON B rave B ewitching I A ttentive R ude O bliging D olcful U nselfish B lissful D issent C lever "Low lifted me. I rresistable E ntertaining E arnest "Dear one, believe me ' V IBLSEIEUUI uwwy would I MMF, AUPPERLE 0 ptimist A mbitious T actful KNAPP U nique "Freakin" H 0-PPS' P olite 0 rnery "Five foof fa-on GFNDERSON P leasing J Ublium "Kin me again." BOAL A spiring i C apable C ool L cnient K nockout KORTH I nvincible "Omaha" T astely F aithful O ptimistic F riendly HVMPHREY 0 bliging ' "I never knew H ateful D elightful I' nknown to author I Yltefesfiflg' BUCHANAN M irthful E ager G ullant P reserving ugmwn eyejin E ager "Dorff Quake mr up, Let me R ational dream." G enerous KO!-B Uma! Rm Hemled Gaze' HARTING K nightly . R CSC,-ved O mniscient COOLIDGE E nergetic L Oqufwivus Merry E xquisite B fmianf Q gsfxgrabl ul m'0"d""n "Thanks for fhe buggy ride." e G rateful HATHAWAY x "She aiffl goo.l lookin' bu! L oveablc LESPIE :heir got good sense," O mniscient B oyfslf f-sa-we milfzn' 0 bhgmg CONLEY' O ratorical C omical HOFFER L aughmg O ratorical P retty A greeable N MUNI A Vers? "I dan't fare what you und N ice U nuffected la be." . I ntelligent L ively E nticing U.-ilu-nys." "Here comes the bride." LANE HERWIG C areless i DILTS T eachcr H a'd'W0fkmg M odest 0 Hcnsive U naffected I ndustrious 0 stensible C heerful L aborious T acnful K een "How you goin' Io keep 'nm S pirited "Show me flue way zo go flown on the farm" "I lo-ve me." home." I ' X 26 J X r ' -- Pony-jour X Y-ir rQ'f:"f! 1- 'N ' ' 'H . Wlfglill fs fi 'flaw Tm ,. if F Ilqciisn I U E ., I Q N X- 2 32 if "' L-I I2 ' EJ 1 I Q Q 'I Q 1- rT,,5 , F? CID 62:27 :wha CII CQQ .Qing E3 fi Q I K !!Il!!f! l '- filing ::!Q:'vQ - 1EF,Tia'- 4, 45 'rn '- f Eff Ei, u:.13Ad-:H ftgr-f1xP J Characterization of the Senior Class-Cont. MOSS I olly U seful N ice "Pal of my dream MILLER B ouyant 0 bliging B ig-hearted "Tie me fo your iIflIlg5.,, PARKER D igniiied A ttentive R ighteous K howledge "For I want to little girl." PHILLIPS A spiring L oyal L73 apron be a nice "Alive Rlue Gown." PETERSON P leasing E minent T houghtful E ager "Remember." PIERCE P rogressivc O bliging K ind E nthusiastic "I low my baby." RICE B eneficiem 0 rderly O rdinary T imid S ensiblc "You are my Jong of love." -- --if 1" L . .,..,-.- A . 'wf' - REARDON TROY J ovial G ood A mbitious E arnest C lassy N eat K een I E xpedient usa? M'-"'f!,, "Li1zger a-while." ROSS B affling WILLIAMS U nknown M xsvhxevous D oubtful I nvuriable "That 01.1 fm1,im,1 girl." K 1114. E ntwxng BETHERS "Tile farmer look another J ubliank loafl away." A dmirable D elightful , N E Hicient SIMPPON "MV :fweel :Lweetv." D nmnutwe ' ' O bliging . R omantic SMITH S imere Y outhful VV iso "Sleepy lime gal." E xemplary D iliffent . . E mffhatic "Ye: Jir, tlmf'5 my baby." I nfeasible scHoLEs 1? IM H opeful ' Mean Mamma " E steemed L 0"faP1f STEINBERG E IKPCFICDC6 L oud N we Y oung "LN me fall you sqceerhmrff' L eisumly SCHROEDER "Refi hot Henry Bron-n ' M eager I mpetuous WOODWARD K ind D oubtful E ngaging O primistic "Pm xitlin' on top of the T iny world." "Ruunin' fn:ild." SOMMERS L aborious ZIEI-KE U naware Z 61110115 K ind-hearted 0 Pprvsfive E veryw-here O ffenslve "Good-bye, girls, I'm K nockouf through." "Thai certain party." -- 26 4- -X ,A Forty-Viva e , . -f Fill 'iiiiiwllillizi E N f l isa llitlu.isi.gl! li' . sf-I 1-A I ,R ' -- X will if ffsfg .. '- ' I -fr--15'-' ,ge 1 if to U - Q :num D Q fs :QA l K7 l:l 6-ll? ' liitliiiiiiiin B 3 53 'z ,go Q t - !!il!l!L fe: I :r ef 4 - ' c L -5. e e c - L,- . L .au.a..-.. "Who's Who In America" 1939-1940 O'rro CHRIS'l'ENSEN, Pn-siafcnt of Bachelofs Union. Famous for his book on, "How Not to Get Marriedf, Member of Better Porch Swings Society. Ad- dress: Lovers Lane, Glenwood, Iowa. GLEN LEFGREN, Artist. Best known picture, "Study of the T. Art Roomf, President of Independent Artists Association. Address: Artery Row, Bloomsburg, Pcnnsyltucky. If:L'IZABE'I'l-1 LOYD, a Parisian promoter of "Fashionable Styles in Feminine Hair Dressing." Invented the "Famous Permanent Loyd Marcel." One of her latest books is "Your Marcel VVorn in the Rain." FoRREs'r MILLER, Musician. Famous for his jazz blues entitled, "When the Sun Sets In Rising Sunf, Member of Horn Blowers' Awociation. Address: Rising Sun, Iowa. BYRON TELLANDER, Newspaper Reporter. Author of interesting articles on interviews with Secretary of Labor, Merle Terry, and Secretary of Agriculture, Edward Scott. Address: Washigttmn, D. C. MILDRED Durrs, Ifozmrler of Teachers' Strike Union, 1934. Member of Alice Richardson's Society for the Unmarried. Address: The Hokey-Pokey Consolidated School, Bonaparte, Iowa. Vmou, KREGER, IV7't'5flfI' at School Benefits. Member of Wrestlers' Benefit Association. Address: All Inn, Boxington, Illinois. ' CLARENCE AUPPERLE, Cartoonist. Known for his late cartooning of the Auto Sermonettes, depicting the "reckless driver" of today. President of Auto Speeders Association, Glenwood, Iowa. HAROLD TYLER, rllanufacturer of scientific classroom supplies. The follow- ing have been patented and are now on the market: Densitometer, Mental Vacuum Indicator, Lubricator, Accelerator and Special Exhaust for the "slow". Address: Scientific Materials Company, Science Building, Planet Mars. ROLLAND HUMPHREY, Electrician. Founder of the Live Wires Association, Deadwood, Utah. RUSSELL Cox, Football Coach, at the Weakling School for the VVeakless at Lazyville, Ohio. GERALDINE jomfxsou, English Teacher. Faculty adviser for the "stray" freshmen who are in need of a lubricator. Address: Louisville, Misery. ,, 26 "'iir A- F arty-:ix 213555 .5 ,i"' , mgiffm D tsilssllillll. ftfii n' are I-f il '- K - ' 4 :: :':. s ' x Z, f. E Fit:-. minus: , me Q rs l m.5- .J I3 ,Qi L, 'Kilim D Q ,TD in if El- L L -ss Ls L E -..fits-ff Er?"f5f55l "Who's Who In America"-Cont. DORCAS PARKER, Skater, now on vaudeville tour with her ipartner, Jack Skate- well. Holder of world's record for 50-yard skating backstroke. Home, Skater, Iowa. lVIARVELINE FERRON, Known as the tallest girl in tha world. President of Grow Tall College. Address: Pikes Peak Summit House, Colorado. HAZELLE Bos'rED'1' AND .ALICE PETERSON, Known as the Illidgct Twins mak- mg a tour of thc world. They are great missionary workers. Address: Go-on, Ten- nessee. NELLIE MAY ZIELKE, Songstcr. She and her husband, Mr. Jensen, are at present connected with the Ryall Circus, managed by Byron Ryall. They add a great attraction for the side show. Address: Crazyville, Georgia. BEULAH LESLIE, Famous for har wonderful 'voice and for hrr latest song hit, "Thr Eta Egg VValtz" with her partner Lois Pierce has a radio station at Cla- rinda, Iowa. Miss Pierce is widely known as "Sleepy Time Girl," telling bed-time stories every night at I2 p. m. Address: Station, BUNK, Clarinda, Iowa. ERNEST -KOLB Owner 0 ' a Burlcs uc Show in New York. Famous for his , g I . play "Bunce", he has a full star cast of the graduates of "26", Gertrude Williams and Grant Flenker taking the main roles. Address: Strickland Road, New York. CHARLES YVARNER, Pn-sidnnt of the ffGlIU1l7Zt'f,5 Bank," member of Profes- sional Golf team of Nevada. Address: Fore Ball, Nevada. MARY 'TI-lOGMAR'l'IN, Lecturer on "Difuorcm's." After receiving seven di- vorces, she is now spending her time telling women how to be old maids. Address: Lonliness, Missouri. ' .VIILDRED MOORE, ANITA CONLEY, PAULINE HOFFER AND ALICE PHILLIPS lzaiu' made thomsflfues famous for their success on the stage as "Thr Four Brunettes." Address: Block Hotel, Folly-mood, California. . ELMER OGREN AND BRUCE BAKER are running for Prrsidfnt and Vice-Presi- dont of the United States. They have both been members of Congress, and have been very prominent because of their ability in filerbusting. Address: Washing- ton, D. C. , MR. C. M. JUNGBLUT1-I, President of tht' La Salle Correspondent School in Chicago. He is greatly interested in the welfare of the people, and enables them to save money. Address: Check-ville, Wisconsin. MIss ELIzABE'rH KING, Editor of the Ladies, Home Journal. Her knowledge was gained through her experiences with the "Monticello". Address: King's Street, Indianola, Iowa. A ' I " Vxr' 26 Ax T Y " A i , -s , ,-, Y v.Y- F arty-seven siQ.ci2i J'i'.r ...lil .- I V 'L :Jil li A X 'ff l' 0 ,, 'riiifi' r if it M - D F, CQ sive -L,.. F7 Q t K - l liilliil S 'E , 12' --I i v i ugnug uu "' ggi g' , gali l jg-NV Voyage Through High School On the good ship, "Jefferson" we left September Bay, at Emerald Point, on our cruisc of the Planet Education. Leaving the shore of Let-er-Slide, we turned our helm to pass through the Cape of Deep Study. The first part of the journey was rough and particularly difficult, and at this point we avoided the exposure to the "Sharks" Lol ahead of us were the "Shoals of Outside Activities". Going aboard we took lodging at "Sophomore Inn", where we began the study of the rest of our course of our journey. We started to create the various organizations and make the Shoal of Outside Activities an important center. As lodgers at Sophomore Inn we were very prominent in plays, in declams, in music, in forensics and the other activities then in their mere infancy. Ahoy! What a peppy group of sailors we were! We emerged safely from the ferocious Channels of Exams and once more were sailing on the high sea. We passed through the dry regions of Short Stories, Essays and Giant Themes, and we hurried along leaving the Isle of Bluff as a faint speck in the distance. Ah! Behold-Hurrah--we are about to round Cape Junior. In the band- wc were right there, ready to go. VVhatl "Sailor Laddies and Lassies of 1926- winning the laurels in Forensics and Track, for in Extempo was our stellar orator, Elmer Ogren who also, represented the IQQ6 Middies in Debating, and here was Russell Cox wearing the "Blue Ribbonsi' for his ability as a "Cinder Stepper." Then in Declams and Dramatics was Nellie Mae, establishing a record for herself and her class, and in the Commercial Contest in the test of skill, in speed and accuracy, were Hazel Walker, Lyl Steinberg, and Elizabeth Loyd. After making the curve of Cape Junior, we evaded the field of the "Treasure Hunt", and gave the upper classmen a merry chase with numerous thrills never less- ening our pace. During the latter months of our stay, the shallows grew worse and worse, until we found that the rounding of Cape Junior wzm a hard grind. Then came the Junior-Senior Reception. Ahl it is self-explanatory. Weathering the storm of Finance, we sailed triumphantly on. Before us we see the Bay of Hope, which is the gateway to Sheepskin Point. In debating we set an enviable 'record-for all future debaters. We, the Class of 1926 recorded our feats, in athletics, music, dramatics, forensics, and in the literary societies. We gave Spring-Day-Haven but, a mere thought for we had our allotted time to reach our destination. Today, we anchor at the end of our Voyage, leaving our respective course to our followers, for we have reached the destination of our inspiration-Diploma Point, having followed our motto, "Build for Character, not for Fame." --Anita Conley. -gi Y - gli- 7 -,-X ,Q ,.,-A of w-44.3 Forty-eight Sf' ik' , I " Q K in ,HRH W M ,gill la isis' -eff-'HM LJ A - - Af- D - . . :alumnus Q Q - fav 'L iff' iiiilifil QQ FW D LL-J ' ..' 'L. if- "f' . ' u f- - " s fa A V .- -,L .a1...-.-. A Class Song of I. lt's hard when our school days forfvrr an' o'z'r, To part with our school so dear, . P'Vf' cherish it now as wr m"1'r rlirl hcforf, For the end now is drawing nmr. Wye' lo-zu' it so, and wr don't can' to go, But it's good-byf, this is our last uyoar. . CHORUS: T. J. High. lt's hard to hid our last goofllvyr, Our school days soon an' o'vr, IfVo'll launch on liff"s gr:-at show, But yozfll lim' on in our mrmory forf'iJvr, T'V1"ll leeejr ll cozy cormfr for you way fl07U7l in T. J. High. VV1' bid good-bye, -Mfr all shall soon for1'fv1'1' part. H. Uur schoolm-atrs pass on 'mul wzfll make ,frivnds ln thz' Ziff that awaits us now, VV4P'll por! from our teachrrs so kind and so truv, But 1ue'll rnnwrnlzrr thrm all, somfhow, Our work in T. 1. will show us tho way, To success in the years roming on. CHORUS: -HAZ - l YY - -Y V 4 662699 our llfllfli, lI7L1"IU, EL BOSTED T. Ao 26 ' Y- Y l' .- ., F arty-nine .if .4 "e 121:55-I 'V'--t f fm a2ll!UI Q. Q T 5 ' NM 1 iiiiiii ' ifuyh-flffim' 1 ,C L-1 5' " 12,7 ,, ' Q3 " 5.1 L!jA4,, ,1 4 til Q17 53' fv'2'h'S ll j Q Lffcfifw Lim if 'i-'1.f.EL 1iE.zg..1Z1.,Qy .H-i..'5Tif+5i+f.Afr.1fLygf:+45 w -,-4 -- ,AK .... Y, , . ' -V ' - . , -r -Q ,,-.R ,,. 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In , -HN U h V It -I i A .im - ,E .-.Z ,,1.,:.,b gg ' - f f- A - 'L - - -'-rl-i - ' -3,-'.i r- f-'Q -5 l!35f E,iTJa.?i.1J-iL4- ' " 'A , O WHO S WHO AND WHY-Iumor Roster Name I-'az'orile S port Pipe-dream ACER, HEL!-IN, u7'0llghj,'U Giggling Keeping house for Darrel ANDERSON, WAYNI-1 "lfVimly" Gladys To he a second "I-loss" ANDERSON, VVILLIAM "Bill" BAKER, WYNNL "WymIfre.1" BICNEDICT, IRENE "Crisvo" Br:ATIII:Rs, LILLII-I "Bill" BIQI-IEL, ARLU "Arla" BIRQI-IARD, WAYNE "Birr!iie" BOLTON, THELMA "Flip" BosI:N, LI:oNA "Barrie" Box'I1R, MILDRED "Ci-even!" BRI:I:nLovI:, LONNIL "Lon" BRI-INNAN, DOROTHY "Dar" BROWN, JAMES "Diigan" BROWN, LPIROYLUIX-. O." BRowNI:I,L, ALBERT "Iii-on-:lien BRUNHLL, MARIE "Cupid" BURKE, HI:RnI2R'I' "Barbie" BurLI1R, AMBROSli "Duper-ale .-lm" CAIWYALLADER, NoRIvIA "Toon" CANADY, LAVON "F" CARBAUGII, RUTH "Ruthie" CAVl1T'l'l-i, CIIARI.Ics "Spark" Cl'lRlS'l'l-fNSON, HI-:LHN "Crime" CLARK, HELEN "Giggle.:" CLARK, THELMA "Mr" Cox-1, FRRN "Real" Com-ZN, ETHHL "I-Ti" CooLIfY, 'TIIIQLMA "Cool" CL':IIMINt:s, RALPH "Red" CQMMINGS, AR'I'Hl'R "Arr" CLfRrIs, ELIzAm:'rII "Liz" CFLTON, P.-WL 'fPiuilie" Flipping pennies Talking to girls Laughing Basketball Talking Studying Writing notes' Telling jokes Gossipping Fighting with Alga urxvsn-E Oratory Asking questions Shieking VVorking Studying Physics Detecting Reducing Hunting gossip Matheinatics Tiddley-winks Typing "0tt,oing" Chrirlestoning Dates Sorority Meetings Acting Dancing Canoeing Running after men Driving Fords LTry and find outj To get a nickle Being 'onerary' Girls' B. B. Coach To make a noise To learn something Getting "Red" To be an author Mnyoress of Crescent Growing up To he a typist To be an orator To get an answer Looking ehic . Owning her own "Soda Passing Qonee il l f0lml'1'H To he a detective To he cute Finding real gossip To learn Passing Eng. lll Speed champion Still 'KOrtoing" To be :L folly star Mrs. Williams Qwhichi Goingfto one To find an audience Be a physicist To "Bee" a reporter Getting one Making his go 31 DEWVH T CLARE "ToaJ'l lVVe won't ffive her awnyl Rgadin I- Hslwq-1 nyugiq , D s 2. U DILTS, NRLLII: "Tiny" History QDoes history repent itself' DR.AKl-2 CHARLI-is "Cf1m'kl' Assemblies To he in one , Q - DRAKI: DL'RlN'0OlJ "Dune" Horseback riding A nmhtmare 7 . I EJ DUTTON DARREL "Slemm"' Looklnff IDDIIOCCHY Su nortm' Helen 7 . b I I P' EDWARDS, DOROTHY "Eddy" Tootxng To make il debut EIsIIIr:IvII:R, WILLIAM "Bill" He hasn't any fDoesn't smokel FRAZIER, GFRALDINI: Ujerryl' Singing Owning at "dime store" FRESIILY Nl,-XRVIN "Dutch" R. O. T. C. Ridin-1' a trieyele ! ' Z FRIIQD, JOHN "Bully" Sleeping Being Mary's husband GI:Isi:R, Fl-ZRN "Fernie" Giving speeches Great dranmtist GORDON HowARn "How.iv" Evers' "s on" To he at good "sion" , . ' 1 n . 1 GRIFFITH, FRANK "Grzff" Commercial Law Captain R. O. T. C. . I 20 A- 'A , 7 V 1 - 1 Fifty-, me the multiplication table xi iw fini ullilll llll JI ' l lit. .- 1. I 5 ' ii n Q 2 551 il ill! nhl l ' 3 - A - , Liaiiigehq L 5 2 is I 'wry 'ix gif, A J ,. lzigyfzylfjg-1 E E lcv- . ling. i HIM: ' Iii A ll N .I ' 3 .L hi. 'EI1 . H Q D , ff 5, I Q R , lgllllil , 1-? ::"" '-T-T'gEi" -I +:"' WWW - 'li I - ap- WHO'S WHO AND WHY--junior Roster Name GUGLER, JUNE Hingis" HACKLEY, RALPH "Harl"' HALL, MARX' "Melvin" HARRIMAN, WILLIAM "Willie" HARTMAN, LAVINA "Ina" HENIIERSQN, MARIPZ "Jane" HERMAN, MILIIREIJ "Her" HINMAN, CHARLES "Hiny" HOIIEN, JACK "Shorty" HODGSON, HAROLD "Ha.lgiv" HOLD!-IR, ROBERT "Nate" HOVVLAND, HOWARII "Shifly" How, LUCILLIZ "Slegall" HUNT, Ev:-:LYN "Ewa" JOHNSON, ADRIIAINNI-I "Home" KEMP, Gwi-:NIIOLENI-1 "Bill" KIRKWYOOD, RUBY "Kirk", KNAPP, CLYDE ".Ia.'k" LAlNSON, CHARLI-is "Fluff-I'.f" LARNIAID, L.wAL K'Hl1fII?.l',, LEWIS, MARY "Surah" LIIIGARII, VELMA "Lili" LUNn, NIARION "1Way" McDoNALn, CUM HR "1-Ferkler" MCMILLEN, GRI:1'cIncN "Grun'hy" MCML'RROL'CiH, CA'l'l'lliKlNl-I "Carb" M cTwIr:cI.-xN, LORI-INR "Ray" Mc'I'wIGc:,xN, IJARRI-'I.I. "Dub" MEEKINS, JOSEPH "Joe" MEZLLOR, WENIIELL "Goofy" MERRIMAN, LEsLII-: "Les" MILISEN, ROIIER1' "Bohn MILLPZR, CLARENCE "Laffy" MooRE, FLORENCE UFIOSI-IJ' Mooluz, ROLAND "Rollif" MYI'IRS, MARIPI "Flop" NEFF, KENNlr1'l'H "7'ni" NELSON, DONALD "Sat-emi" NUZUM, FRED "Newry" 0'HARA, GEORGE "Ferpo" OLSON, RUTH "Ruthie" PARRof1'T, DORIS "Dora" PE'r'rv, KATHERINE "Pen-o!ir.l" PHELPS, HELEN "Phill" PHILLIPS, LEONARD "S-wifi" QCONTINIIEDJ Favorite S 1-orr Getting dates Looking dumb Going to the skating rink Playing "horse-shoes" Playing Hop-Scorch Bob Skipping classes Looking at his neck!! Chewing gum Girls Drawing Ending a play Chasing Loren Sewing Grinning Catting Jumping Talking Looking Going to sen-Iitli period Mariawaf Reading Combing her hair Seventh neriml Loafing Laughing Teasing Darrell Going to the "Shack" Selling hot tomalies QYou"d he surprisedl Fording Talking Football Following Mildred Being watched Any man The Orpheum Being an "A" pupil Making "remarks" Looking brilliant Being "loud" Helen's brother Going to Lineoln Being bashful Boxing ru Mr. Bump 5- I Fifty-six R26 g Pipe-dream Keeping one Living the part Skating Being President Winning.--5 Mrs. - - To get caught Seeing it F Chewing tohaevo Ask tlIenI Being an artist Being a "He-ro" To catch up with him Being a seamstress Having her grin returned To he Matt' Nliller Owning "Rubies" Who? VVhyi VVhen? Thinking ofi-5 Being "King of hearts" Mr. C. M. 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".5'S-"::T"'Sr"' pn TSW' "' 44" if-7' I V -QLVJN LN, WI-IO'S WHO AND WHY-Junior Roster Name I PHILLIPS, RICHARD "Rim" PIKE, THELMA "FiIhy" Poouz, HfILPfN "Fooli.IlW PoPI':, ETH!-IL "Angle" PRICE, JASPER "Gas Pipe" QUAKI-ZNRUSH, JAMES "Quark" RAMSIJPIN, BHRYL "Bin-rel" Rizrzn, RICHARD "Dirk" RiLIciIAIt1', CALVIN "Cal" RQARTY, MI-LRLI-I 'iMIl.ffllIl0Ilfh" Rosr:m:I1Iu', DOR0'I'HX' ANN "Daz" RULE, Gnsmz "Gag" SCHLRI-ru, VIRCIL "I'irg" SCHMIDT, Ronlam' "St-hnIi.lly" ScHIvII'I'Z, MILlDRl'Il3 "Mill-1"' Scnouts, VVALTI-IR "Walt" SCHUMAKFR, Ixus MM: "Shoot-y" ScHwAIt'I'z, WAYNE "Sn-arrzi' Sn,twLr:k, BRYAN "Rm-r'r" SIIULI., Im "1-'lapperv SKINNIZR, CLIFTON "Cliff" Sl.L'YTI'IR, PAULINE "Little" SIvII'rII, EI.IzAm:1'H "Rem" SMITII, KATHHIQINI-1 "Karr" SIWLER, LUCILLIC "Lim" ' SrI'r1.r:R, DOR0'l'IiX' "Dar" S'I'r:wAR'I', KENNI-:'I'H "Kewl" S'rourrI-QR, Jrssn: ".Ie.u" S'1'RHI'IT, LUCILLI-2 "Lm'y" STROBLE, Lowru. "Cari-ar" SULLIVAN, AVIS USIIII-I-" TI-:I.I., BHULAH "Ben" TI:I.L, EI.IzAm:1'H "Berl.I"' TOOZER, NORMA "To11.Ie1"' VINCENT, MAY "Vin" WADE, GL!-IN "Slim-fy" WALKr:It, EARL "Walker" Wk1I.LS, Mr:Iu.E "M'ell,' WHI1'rI, Lr:IcH'I'oN YVILCOX, IDOUGLAS 2'DoI1g" WILcox, SYDNEY "Sid" Woon, DONALD "Don" WOOLMAN, JACK "Jani-" ZOORVVILL, BENNIE "Kim" CCONTINUEDJ Fzworile Sport Walking with -- - Hmnmocking Eating OJ at Pett-'s Looking Daggers Dog lights Mt-rle's right hand man Dancing Singing Playing in :In UI't'l!CSfl'1l Playing Innrhles Studying Eating at A1's Blufling history Crabhing 'cause Frats are out Laughing Papa Scholes in "ny" Latin Skipping Business Manager She doesn't know :Xllk'l'iL'LLIl Hist. II Stretching Bud, Bud, Bud Playing "Jacky, Kicking Pleasing L'aI.rtwI'ight Saying "Just'i Cooking pancakes Ushering Playing Jazz Using the vocailmlalry Curling her hair On Avenue B. Going steady Glaring Wading Driving Latin Fiddling Band Orchestra , Playing cards English Smoking a corn-cob pipe X '- -Yv l Pipe-Ilream Being married Being "Dear Teacher" Leading lady A Il1iSSl01!ill'y Refereeing one To he six foot two Beautiful A second Caruso Dancing on a stage Getting the lead in Z1 play A senior . Free dinners Passing once Being :1 K. G. T. Going to an S. A. party Spanking Willie Getting more A's than Avis Passing in 4 subjects Play coach Madnnie Butterfly To have a "Project Book" Getting big Butlis only woman "Jack of all trades" Dating in il car Making the Debate squadi Ttrwin an argument Be another "Aunt Jelninan To he a chorus girl Catherine,s husband Not needing to Natural curls Owning the "Essex" Long dresses Seeing something .'xHUAI'llll1g il lollypop Being a professional basketball Flunking it liplaxer Lighting the stage-alone Mr. Loekhart's second To get lll0fhCl",S consent To he Il hootlegger Being professor Being Il football star Q V Fiff'I'-,frvclz . me , ' 15 W , X I Il lx A A J' Ef ewla lnl- ,ii in , fA,f,,fP 4 ., k.,,,x mm . 5 ' ' J g- M5 11-3-, - -4 3 L- X' 3- jV'Tl CT Lil - K3 IJ li - Deaf ll' Tl mum - Q5 ,, . - , .L4.4.m,.zum,-,',,..,,,, 5,.M..55.,A0:!,M,E X,4, iw,-HIWIIHXA 'Www 'ILJ Tag-Q-I . . .Fx"7'2--T 1W ' ' " ""' "':V7'm"'u'l9ii""4fi'3 1-.4u-r..-'1.1w1:',1,..,,..:w...1:i.A v-:N f-- - rd- 52:1 --ffif :'--- gg-1-z?5f'isf:f'H-- f: g:1xg:2'f.SgZgggf3rm F--7-mf' 'M-.M ,mu J- A ff---1--igifl-'1 26 Q. .. iw "A, My -N-,..------Q,xd,Mg-Li ,A , 1315: qifgzle I 'S-'ff--, -X-.11 4, Fiflvv-eight Huber Qllawmnrn 2 1 lmynaaieqg ,T . 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LA M m-:R'1'soN, RUT H Lnexucmzk, D1-'Ll1,L1A LIDGARD, RL"rH 9-1 Lornox, B1-ikxwxxri N'lA'l'TFUN, Ml1.lHu2xm MLCQY, Ki.-XY NICIQINLICY, G1-RAI.mN1-1 A-'10RRlS, Osum MYYRS, I-'RANK Nrcmmsow, L'1..xY'roN Nom., Llfu Whxxlr-11.5, Isxm-31.1,1-: Omox, Enrm ffklll-, l-lxkklnfx' PALIVY, l'H.u:1.r,s R1-lan, I-'k,-mugs Rom-ik'rs, XVI-1551.1-'Y Sumwm-.1., Lms Scum IDl'R, S'11n.1.l-'Y Smiufloxx, Iifuw Sm-:'rHr:N, Rrm' SL'1.L1Y,ax, Rom'k1' SL"l"l'ON, C1.ARA T1Nf:1.lfY, MAX ViNc1fN'1', LL'L'lLLli WARN:-ik, DL'ANr: W1-311111.11-i, -IUHN Wuxox, Rm' Zouku 1 L1., NIOLLIIAI BAR'1'HULUMl-1VL', UH mn' 1-Q R Bkvcl-3, KA'l'H1fRINli BL'RKHAR'l', Cr-,c11. LxHRIS'I'IzNSON, .XRNOLD ULA Usox, AN NA Cux mfr: BYARD DAR , ML L'uoKs1.Y, JIM IJAVIS, E'1'rHkI. Elmolua, EVA l"'AWKl-25, VAYIAN X-'oL"1'cH, xVlLLINN CYIAIISYR, VAL Gomvnrv, Rlurukn Gklfl-iNAL', MM: l1,xc:s'1'Rom, UARL HAM l1.'1'oN, FRIED I-1.-uu'1'.Y, ALACI-Q MAY HARUQY, Huzuix Hfxwmws, VERA HPNRY, CLYH1-i l11r:cp1NHo'1'11LxM, Euro N LAWSON, IV1.fxxc:v1akl'l'l' I,mf:L'1-', HAROLD I.1f:s1.1r:,l'Lwlfcmn ' Llwlxm-ik, RAY M A mix, H A Roma YN-IAYl-LR, KNLINTON MUCQRH, LLOYH MYERS, f1.0VlS AIYICRS, joux Nuiwox, ANNY Mu-: News, A1.m2k'1' O'IJ.aN1r31.s, IN'lARrgL'1cR1 I1 OLSON, XYII..l.IAM Pusrz, :XR'l'l-.NSF P.-xL'1.sux, MARY Rlcns, GRAQIA: Russ:-'1,, Rumtvcr ScH1:xm-J., Rlcxurum Scl-louis, Kr:xN1"1'H SMITH, N11-IRL!-i S'1'lCPHl'.NSON, Vxasxux SUMMIHRS, OTTO 'rHOIX1A5, Ev1f:kr:'1"1' 'I'YHL'Rs'r, LOLWSI-I VVALKVR, PANSX' XVARNI-IR, VIYIAN WVILCOX, GlJRl7UN VVRICHT, JAY .Hrwhmvn :E ' -'A 26 1 wx T -Y-A Sixty-Ihre: S" 'N' I 'Jim .a I' gli fgninnl II Iifm i .I , f" ' I' I -W -fi?s,,ik I 'L U5 Q I I!!iL!!!l! D Q 2 L If ,IZ . IIIIIIEII, -58' - - .5 Lf L I+ J" L..:n::.L - -J - .XIIRI xx, .XRIJITII BARNI-4'I"I', fHiRAl.lDlNl' B.-xkIaI- 'I"I', Doko1'I IY BRICK, NIAIILI. BRIIIIX, HIQLIQN Bren, QI'IN'I'HN l'.xIm,xI'c:H, FRANII CARY!-'R, MAXINL CIIRIs'I'oI-'FIRs0N, GRI. L'oIwIsII, IWARVI I, LNURRAN, BI:kNAImIfI"I'I-1 1,1-'NNlS, IJAVID DoN,xIII'It, Aww. ELLIS, MAIII-:L I-'IcI4LIN, C1.II'I'oIaII FI.vxwI, GLENN FR.-'JH-ZR, VItRNIcs'I' GQIIIIIIN, Dokorm' GRI-:INIzII, VIRGINI.-I HAIc:H'I', RILMA HAVVKINS, MI+:LvIN HINMAN, ALICI1 HUNT, lQA'1'HI-ZRYN H vN'I'sMAN, EV.ERl'I'l'l' IIzvI'IN, MAYNAIIII JI-QNIQINS, MARII: jumis, EVI-:RI-:'r'r E1 LY, Sixty- f our 4 ighth Grabs, 8-2 joy, HMI-I. Krkxs, VI-.Imox KLI.IvIIiN'I', NIARIXXRFI KUNIQIQ, josI:I'II BARNES, jouw BARNI-:'I"I', UI IuI.ImINI-' BomIcIwus, KI1NxI,'I'II BRoAIms'mx, TH I-'QLA 'I1'II I-'N l3IwI:f:xI.xx , DuI1o'I'IIx' L'AzqI', CII.xIu.I,s CAILPI-ik, VANIIAQI L'IIAIvIIxI.Ias, Prxrl. 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KNIIIP, NLJYCI-I L,-ILIIJII, MAMII-' LANIIQN, LouIsI-' LININGICR, RI"I II IVIANN, MARION fVllLl.ARD, GORDON NIr:I'xfIAN, ELIJX Umm: , Es'rII ICR PIII-,IIsoN, 'll-1-XNI-Q'l'l'l' PHILLIPS, 'I'III3L,wI.4 PIxL'N'I'Y, CI-IIis'I'I-:R QUINLAN, jouw R,xMsI1v, THIINIAS Ruin, VIULA RIL'H.xRIvsoN, Doxx Ro0P, ELMO SI1AI.ocK, IJURIS SMITH, FRANK STIIIIAQH, Rosh Sumzk, PAUL LD HUMPIIIII-1I', MARc:ARI:'I' PTHOMPSON, GI-.own-1 VAN :xLi'1'l-QNI-1, lfxxx II WALKI-.Iz, ANNA W,fx1'r'k:I1IAN, fl..-XL'1lI-i WINIIIJN, Am LI-1Y'I'IIA!xfI, RAYMIAII LUNII, BHILNARII NIARTIN, Em N1lI.L!CR, K,1I'I'IIIu'x OLsoxI, DORO'l'1IN' PAPST, josrivn PIIILLIPS, HIQLI-'N pL'RL'l-1, Nu QL'lK'K, AlAlJlQl-' RAIKH, MAIJI-ll.INl-' Ruin, AARON RIZVI-tI.I,, h1AR!SARl"'l' RILIQY, RIUIAIIII Roc:I-Aus, ORAL SA.-XR, HIQRMAN SI-II1L'roN, INIAIIIAQIILI SPILHR, JAIIII-is S'I'oL'IfPI:II, Mr:Iu.I-. 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A- ANInI:RsoN, LXLII-'l-'ORD BILANLAND, VVII.FRI:II BLAQKFURII, ALVIN BRANIION, AILIQHN BRIIIYN, HELEN fARI.l-Y, HAROLD L'AI'I,soN, IVIARY CoLI.Ixs, EARL CLMAIINS, WII.LIs DINKLIH, LULL' DL'xI4I,I-1, LoRI1NIi 1-'I Rc:L'soN, JANIIQS l-'IIRLRAVI-7, Lo'I'vs 1foI'sIR, RonI4:R'I' FRI-:I-AIAN, BoN GRII-AI-'I1'II, HQIVARII HAI:s'I'RoIII, EARL HANSI-IN, DONALII H I-LATII, Fl-1RN H0l.lll'R, CLII-'I-'oRII HoL'c:II, KATIIRYN I I L' N'I'sxIAN, MARJ ORII-2 juuxsox, PI-tARI, KI-iI.I.oI:, GI-QRALIIINI: KIGI-QR, BI-:RNIcIc KLIeI'xIAN, GORlDfJN LINIISI-iv, MARGARI-:'I' LOWMAN, NIARTIN M CRI: IQVI3 R, O PIX I. lNfIL'LAUGHLlN, V10LA BACII, PAI'I.LI, RI:vINm'oN, CIIARII-,s BRAY, BIZRNICI-. BROWN, .'XR'I'IIL'R CALA:x'II', RoIzIgR'I' CAR'I'ItR, .IQHN Cm-1, M A IIIQI. I N I-: f0I,W'l-'1,1., M INN I I-1 IDAVIS, LL'I:I.LA IDI!-'Pl-.L, HI'RIvIAN EMI-tRsoN, IRI-'NIL' FLYNN, MARGARIVI' FoRc:RAvI', CL'R'I'Is FOL"I'k'II, CIIARLI-is GANIMON, Ll-'LAND GUINI-ir, VIRGINIA HAR-MILLI-1R, CARI, HARKINS, VIVIAN HoIIc:soN, FRANK HQNHY, P.xL'I, HoI'cgH, BYRQN 8-1 jAcoIIs, IJONALD joNIfs, .IANL KIGICR, FRANK KING, HRRBIQRI' KozAR, .IOIIN LIIRIINZIZN, EIIAIUNII ZWCCONNI-ILL, VANcI': NICLAIN, PAUL IVIINIKUS, DoNAI.II NI-:LsI:N, SUI-1 fllilll-IN, EMMA PAcII:, LL'cILI.I-1 PA'I"I'I-1RsoN, TIIQMAS PIIII.I.IPs, KNLI-10 PRICKI-1'l"I', .MINI-is Rlil-Ill, LA RI'.lNl-, RURIMI-:RI-'IIf'I.Im, EIINA SHI-3I.'I'IIN, MARIIII-:III-1 SIIII-LIf:I', HAZIII, SI.usIII'R, LoRI'1"I'A SNIIIII, AIARII SMITII, HARULII SPIIRUIN, NAIIINI: SI. ULAKRI-f, HI-:NRY TAYI.oR, DEAN 'I'L'IIfKI:R, Lu-ILI,I4: '1'YIIL'Rs'I', VVAYNIL . WARRIQZN, HI1RscIII-:L XVILKINS, MARION WQLRIIRII, HOXYARD Nl-LEON, CLARA OLSIAQN, EVI-iRI-:'I"I' PALAIISANO, ANNA PI,L'I'oN, RUTH PIIII.I.II1s, LI1s'I'I1R RAPII, MARJURIF, RoI's'I'IIN, V I: RN IL' I-: Russl-iLI., DON.A1.l7 SI-IIQRMAN, JI-LAN SIZI-:R, NIQLSON SMl'l'H, LILLY SAIITII, CLII'I'oRIx SPI-LIZR, lVI,XURICl'l S'I'AN1.I-Iv, CLAIRE S'I'RANf:It, PKAROLD TIf:LI.ANImI:R, MARII1 ITYCI-f, CIfIARI.I:s VIIIILRU, OSCAR VVRLLS, Sl-ILMA WILLIAxfIs, NI.-XRY WRIn.II'I', LI.sI.II-i '+I In I ighth Grab? Lfx - - Yi! -x 1, Y gf if -' ' t ' Y' "Ax 26 Ai' DMA flyildigbw il Pair: if iw' '-5,2 T? 95 43 Q3 eg ll D- ""' 3 in .42 ,M " E51-L'.'hT""-L - 1"""""' ' "' -nt, 12. e y .- -. . 9 44.A .Trigg s 'yd M, f , 1317- ,gill V , I 1 A-, 5 .r ,fill Twain!" .5 'li f ' ,I I A V . I 'Ll' ' -' 3 . Q, l Hen! . 1- fl 40.15 'Tl v. S " . l aft- f - D isiniai Q 'fh- 4 3 I i i- g ' I 43 L 5 1:61 -ily .V B l. ll .,, 11. F' jg?- -n,.. Y Q, , 4. i Y ,N g i ' LX s Y .1 ,.--- A .- Advice to Under-class Men If you are caught going up the west stairs, say you are hurrying to class to study. Boys, use the west entrance. It's for you and the janitor. Never talk to Mr. Myers if he looks worried, you may have period. Don't give alihies to lone, Helen can see the lsetter side. Always give Mr. Bump a smile and you've won an UA". to stay for seventh Don't hold hands in the hall, you may have to give an explanation. X Do 11011 waste time studying. Skip your classes. Lose your book, and you wonlt have to study. Be late to IH and 4a periods--you won't have to go to class. Tell Mrs. Wallace Johnson, you liked the play, and youlll get :ui UA". Don't let your studies interfere with your education. Turn out for track, it will aid you in skipping. This advice if faithfully followed is guaranteed to to the strain of the "Pilgrim's Chorus." f lead you clown the aisle :Q 7 - - I .fx . , Sixty-.fi.t l l "'N . A., S figwyx sm . . 5 8 . 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Z ' ,5 t ff C' - ., - :anis 1 1 1 gd X., S ixly-nine Q ii-I 4 ' ,flffiigliii ul l fill mi it C uma we ,ali . F1 E !Eill!!l Qc? in ::',4:e' ..'a7"-.wr 2 'H c ,pg A g , gf w .aUg,.we.e, N, 1 , ,, 9 ipfilli , .. it , ima V 5 E7 - ' '. V- .,.. I 4 A? 1 B C-3 w Q i 1 D - f' I "The Signal" W-'anew' i im With the opening of the new year the journalism Class made new plans. The first was the organization of beats, which gave the Journalism Class practical experi- ence in gathering and editing news. Each reporter was assigned definite kind of news to gather and each day covered his beat for material. ln addition to the work on the Signal, the class reported school events for the Nonpareil, in this way obtained training in regular newspaper work. ' The Signal, with the exception of three editions, has been published every week. Special editions were put out on Thanksgiving and for the Southwestern Iowa Teachers' Convention in April. During Thanksgiving vacation Byron Tellander attended the Inter-scholastic Convention, at Madison, Wiscriilsixi. He returned with a number of suggestions and new ideas. The staif have worked hard to make the "Signal" a worthy representation of our school lifei - ,- ,Y e-Kg, 26 g f- l -x f , AY- S e-vemy mf ' 'N "V 1-'T"T A I -WP' Pwr Www 5?B4'33 ll I iiai A A ' :T1,' 7 WN-uU1TQ.f1?W1'?-'V'S U ,I YY xx! -il!-1, ,-.J ki,-I N if-21:15 Q1 QSM!! 1,55 is -l l i L- -' FW 2 I -'fmcfllfi :leaf -' . -f f 1f5ie2r.f?11+.1 1 1-JL ,J-Z2-i' Bnvk Row-Don Xvuml, Mcrlc 'I'urI'y, LNILIYCHCL' .'hIppcI'lv, Rtillllllli HllnIphl'cy, Clifford BOM, ViI'gIl KI'Cg1'Cl', Byron ,I1L'HClNICI', H0w:II'cl Parker. Front Row-Glzulys Riuv, L0I'I'm- Dzlvimlsnn, Alice Pctcrsmm, Miss Miller, Marion Harris, Maris Svhrm-dvr, Marin' BI'uIIe'llI lsifjf Srzmuler RUI.I.AND HUM PIIRIAQY CI.IIfI-'URII BOALW, , , M RRI:-1 BRLINI-:LL H gKl,IL'l-I PI-1'rI-:Rsox , VIRIJI. KRFCI-KR Dux Worm, , -leci:m11l MI-QRLIL TERR5' L IJON Woon ,A,,,,,r, FERNE C012 .,.,,7.,..,7., , BYRON TELLANIDI-.R ,...,, . ,,,, , H.RzFL MILLER ,.,,7 ISDITORIAL S'l'1-XI-'If ,, l1'.li1or-in-Chief, H , ,, I-ls,vi.vf1I111 Ediiar ,,,,,, , ,,,,,l:tllllf'll.Y Erlilor , ,-I 5515111111 Ca111p11.f Eflifor ,,., , ..,,,,..,,So1fiefy E1lilor....,,, ,, ,-lxfiftuzzt Souiely EIH1Ol' ,Spark E.iilor,,,,,,,,,, flfjiffzlllf Sporty EJH011 .. , ,,CilA1' E.lilor, , ,, E xufm ll gf .,,, ,, Nonpareil Eflifor ,.,,, ,. .4 ssimvli N on pareil E1lito1' ,,,,,. .,,,,,, .,., ,,,, Erlilor for I11h'r111lti011111 1011111111 111 er-Srhol11.fliI' I' , f BUSINESS STAFF ..Cvi7'fli1l1fiOll 1'VIa11ager,,,,, , , I-lisisraalf Cil'L'Illtlli0Il Ma11age1', , A Ilfvertisizlg Ilflamzger ....,,,,,. A.r.fi.flan1 1-Ifivertisiug Manager, . , .nfarulty , ,, My J .,-:s':15-xlfwx-1 I- 26 I ., N I- ,- - ',g:1,AK,r'.I5fv.', --.. .1 -Y , - N ' ,Aux-" Seforni Senlrxtrr BYRON 'I'I-LLLANIIER LVIRGII. KRI:cI4:R ,,,.,CLII-'I-'oku Bom. ,, , HOW"ARll PARKER ,, TWARII-1 SIIRQI-:DER ,, ,, ,, RI-Lx VVHITI-I , DUN Wuon IJARRICL MQTWICIGAN RoLI.ANn HLMPIIRM' .,,,LoRIsNI: DAVIDSON , ,,,,, VIVIAN HARRIS Lows SOMMERS rf-If L. , ,MI:RLI: TI-:RRY ,,.,,,,L'LAR1.NcIfi :XUPPERLE , ,I.I GERALD BUCHANNAN :XLICF PETERSON ...L..GLAnYs RICE 1, L HAZFL MILLER f - f ET ff -.',bfi':i'11l1.Il!' k '5iJfg?i7f?.1, -fa Seifenlvv-one " -. -.l.ix..-...... ma lta 4 'N "EEF j ' ve Q' tp ' ' Gllif' . i. f W ig I ' c I t- J' '.,lj A ii MT ": I ii ' L s ililltlll Ll. ii imfigst. li 'Mlm D T E T an l rum p Q Q L A- V'-1 X77 c '15-2 4-5311 - 1 ul-5i9!.v.!..?.'!.Y"..S:..'2.. .. ' - JF-1 Tl , -1 -5 11, -3 vw -4- -.F A 1-1 Assembly, n. A place to go to talk and leave one's gum. B Bruce Baker, n. A 'iwould-be" VVebster. The man who made Webster jealous. C trs, u. Such things as Mr. Cartwright and M r. Reinel ride in. Similar to farm trac- tors as to bumpiness, noise and appearance. farlyle Dryden, n. Future Colonel R.0.T.C. Charles Scherer, n. The man with a smile, Couuuercial Course, n. A course in music, very good training' for piano lessons, stribbling and the like. D . Debate, u. A contest to determine one's abili- ty by means of sarcasm. fRefer to Pro- fessor Cartwrightl . Ditch, n. A trench alongside roads for pur- pose of upsetting automobiles on treasure hunts. . Doors, n. Entrances where Mr. Myers stands guard. Drake, Homer, n. A fowl. ' E Ears, n. Ornaments which project from the side of the head, one of which absorbs the sound and the other which allows it to pass out, unmolested. Egotism, n. A common fault with a high school junior. Eligibility, n. The curse of athletics. Endless, adj. This dictionary. F Faculty, n. The faction in this school that gets the blame for everything we don't like. Fads, n. Goloshes, rolled stockings, short skirts, uncovered ears, loud sweaters and bobbed hair. G Gab, n. A gift or liability, according to the way it is used. Some who practice it are: Beulah Leslie, Katherine Petty, Alice Viberg and Robert Milisen. Green, adj. A typical freshman. fNot a color as commonly supposedj Grin, n. Refer to Wynne Baker. Gym Cjiml, n. No relation to Jimmie James. Mrs. Smith's classroom. George, n. Alias the janitor. Best story teller in school. l' i -Ax Y Hat, u. An Easter decoration. Hand, n. Not a foot or a yard. Handsome, adj. Almost good looking. For instance Mr. Bump. I lce, n. A sensation caused by a cold shoulder. Ice Cream, n. A frozen luxury that's hot enough to melt a weak salary. Idea, n. A notion, surprise, something new. Imagination, n. A thing that has made liars of some and truth-tellers of others. lnk, n. The stuff wasted printing this part of the book. I Jazz Band, n. A group of students paid for playing static. joke, n. This dictionary, something to laugh at whether funny or not. K Kiss, n. A smack. fPlease close your eyesfl L Latin, n. Deadly, very poisonous. "Thou hast been warnedf, Love, u. There are 750 differeht ideas of this in school. Impossible to tell all in this limited space. Try it! NI V Mad, v. The reason for every trouble. Mathematics, n. A curse which is unfathom- able, very deep. Marriage, n. An estrangling entanglement, victim,-Mrs. Strickland. Money, n. Something lacking, an unfamiliar cent, burns hole in one's pockets. Monticello, n. This illustrious book. A rep- resentation of the hard work of the senior class. Good except for this page. Mustache, n. A misplaced eye-brow. N Normal Training, n. A course in which girls go to grade schools to learn what the chil- dren have to teach them. P , Pep, n. Lots of it in school. Similar to the well known tonic "Pep". Q Quit, v. VVe'll bc doing that soon. S S. A.? Perhaps Sour Apples. T Treasure Hzml, n. fjuniors Versionl-A hopeless task, mostly Hunt, a defeat. Treamre Hunt, n. fSeniors Versionj-An easy task, most sure, an easy victory, where styeriority of the senior is manifested. .. l' -fx Severrfy-.'u'o .1 Uhr mask - Q Rr? , Xp' U s 1 y A ffilivl in 5231 15 I 1,5 F ,QWTV N llkrmxw X A will ll P. ' i ne vnHlll-l 4 ' an I 'in 5 ' I U Nj ' V-4-le '. 'K 4 E K i 3 , Simca L33 A L VFC5' f 'E Q3 llllllll, i ' f rr . . i rr LTF25f2i 141 Q:?f22.f.l.vf:-LIL. K is Q, NIAVRIXIC jUHNSON The nntstzuuling sn-:cuss nf drxnnsltics in ilillllllllli hlcffuixnii is duo largely tu the cczlsclcss L-flora of Mrs. Jnlmsnn, thc' nlmmatic coach. 'lthrouglmut thc ye-zir her clicvzrful pr-mxiizility has llUI11lllIll'L'kl hcr work, lacing :in cnrllcss source' of cncnur- agement tn thu Cust. ' l l "lN'IERTUN O19 THE IVIOVIISSN The following stuclcnts plzxycal the lczuling parts in "lN'1L-rtnn of the lXflllVlL'SnI Howard Howland playing thu part of Merton Gill, Elizzllwtli Curtis, the part of the "lXlnnt:1guc Girl" :mul Ernest Kulh the part of Sigmund Roscnhlntt. Q-J, X-- f fx' 21' 26 ,, 71 xg, Seventy-four V igff gp, fs Af I mfjifaii q f .11 ' V1-S 1 xv 1 C 4951 ,l.1 L p ffl WB , . x ,fi .J 1 I 5.5 . W - M. -C N A - y i-sl - I .li 5 ' f L Y! .QTMALV :..J VA 5 fi ' 4 53 4:3 I H GU R !!5i!!!l! Of E? Q ' , F rj G AQ ! na 'CF A ::'.5faa' 1"+-1-sr C-f,2S5 'T C C YLL- Jgcng - f a., Mr. Livingston Mrs. Livingston , Grave Livingston Dr. Anderson , Dick Laringn , Thomas Tucker Hattie .A,..,. ., ., Mr. Barstow, Mrs. B2l.l'SNHV,,,,, "'1 'H1i FIRST YEARU "A lzzmni Play" CAS I' OF CHARACTERS f-rf f:.1fw-- fy "a . Q:i:g..-,-A- A QQ ,V -3511 S,.,--f- K- --C-, --.,, - -VQMEQX 35.1717 - -...pf , 7 ORVILLH joHNsoN , Mllmkrzn Cormox' 7, .7 IREM: Rossa , ,,,,,,, ERNEST O1.soN Y HQMER Asqurrn ,. RICHARD JENSEN ELBERTA MATHEWS ., U Hmmm BROWVN ,, ,SUSAN HENDRIX rf all-:iflfiiiffyf 5-ax EBI ., ' S ewuty- fi-ve X , w5flm '1n5 Q ,T-'ll lpl I I 1l D1 2 ' laqllllfl' l ., 14 1 N ' 'r-miTLwfL',-fw lm 4 Jlhnmmgll, fn, Q , M K.- ,T I r 5 i ' U L11 E .41 EQ l f I I ' rx gg Q3 G:J "Ffh, P,-rl L25-1 L: C34 ir l : Z D ... L. A . , ,w . , l ,. W U A -. 1 - l Q ag geif--1-w-M f W i ' 7 7 lfqiv V3.0 "TH Ii BI G IDEA" Riclmzlrcl Howard fVlr. Howard Robert Caswell Charles Gilmore Steven Binglmm -lim W, ,,,,,,,,, , H Elaine Foster , Elsie Howard ,,., Ma ry, ..,, ,. Sfiwzfy-six Nl r. Byrnu ,,,, ,, NI rs. Hl3XX'21l'll ,,,,,,, fgqf CAST O I+' C HA RACTERS jamrcs Bnowx GI-'RAID C'HAnwxcK , ,, , ,Hr-:run-:R'r Bukm' , , Kr:xN1s'1'1-1 Nrirr ,.,. Rrx WHn'r1 ., HA 1101.11 B.-XSTRUM RALPH L'L'MM1Nf:s , ,,,,,,,,,. Lols Plukcr ,,,,,:xlI.I'FN NIILISIZN , , ,,.,,, L1-io1.A BARR , l"ll.ORENL'l-Z JAMES sf' ff ' rifle- A A " I . ll W ls "" V, l 1 l ' ll "EM , , , Q. -- - s . , !g:L,l- ' . A-551, fi gl :stuns Q Q Iwi? Liam -lil?-l as-is-II IIIIIIIII Shylock ..,.,., Antonion ,, Bassanio .,,, Grntiaxno ,,,, Lorenzo Snlnnio ,,.,, . Snlztrino ,, , , cnc Old Gohbo, ,.,,., I, Launcelut Goblmo ,.,, Tubul ...,.., . ,,...,,.,,,,,,, , THE MERCHANT OF VENICEU Presented hy the Senior Class KX CAST OF CHARACTERS Leonardo , ,..,. ,,,,,, ,,,,,, , . ,, , The Duke of Ve n ice Portm ,..,..,,.... ,..,.,,,,, , ,, INerIssz1 ,,,,,,,.,,,, ..,.,,,,. jessica, .,..,..,.,.,. ., EDWARD Bk.-IN Dow ELMER OCRI-:N .,,7,..WII.I.IAIvI Fosrrzx ,7,,,.m.7.RI:X WHITI: , .,,. LYM AN Rm RDON ..,,VIIu:II. Kiuzm-:Ia HARRY Swrmsox ,.,RoaI1RT MILLER ,,,,I.,,EuNIfs'r KoI.I2 ,,,,I.,HowAIm PARKER .i,...-.t,RussI-iI.I. Cox ,.,,,GLI1N LI-:roam MHALICI: VIIsI1Itr: Lois PIERCI-2 UBHLILAH LESLII: first Shnkesperian The play given by the Senior Class was an unusually good one, it being the production ever given in the school. The action centers about Shylovk, a greedy Jew, and Antonio, who was kind and generous. Although the play was dramatic in cl1:Ir:Icter and presented some very tense and emotional situations the exist handled it well and displayed some very good acting. 1 26 -M -1 H 1 Y -- XZ -A , Y Sezreinffi n 09. i l' ' - 'll-l5il' i A i f i s SM - 1 .,gasq,,j 'W ' ' L-gig: 53 Q i llllllilll is Q s Qi.. . T i x V ., v A .. .... .. 1 f:: V-gmc, -1 .E ri G f-ev-J. e ,lilllllly .QF of .-.,,g,,,.:?-l 242' r-as -3 1 emffef- , IIEITETSE i"5'1flTE.Ti3I1i3l'TI1'l'?533T?iZJETl1'f"" " 'VLZ 'ITIETIEH5'fITFlfI11f "WT, Mrs. Baxter , Mr. Baxter ., William Sylvnnus Jane Baxter . ,, ,, Lola Pratt Genesis ,,,, . Baxter "SEVENTEEN" Presented hy the Junior Class wx, I.li.-XIHNG CHAR.-XC'l'l'fRS ' iz' ,,Qil'ZRALIJlNl-I FRAZIER WALTEIR Scnomas ,,...ROHER'l' Mtusi-:N MARKED HENDERSON ,...THE1.M,x Bomow Akrnvit Cuwx-iwrss "THE GOOSE HANGS HIGH" "The Goose Hangs High," Il clever 3-act comedy was one of the higgest successes of the year. VVilliam Foster played the part of the father, and Marie Korth the mother, Hugh, the eldest son was played by Otto Christensen, and Dagmar Carroll, his fiance, was played hy Esther Flenker. The twins who came home from college were portrayed hy Marie Brunell and Albert Brownell. Alice Rii'll3Yil50ll'XW'HS the old fashioned grandmother. The plot centers around the unexpected arrival home of Hugh, followed by the twins who arrive for the holiday season. The father resigns from his job as city assessor. The mother strives to keep this from the children, but granny tells them. The father's resignation is not accepted, Hugh and Dnginar are married and the twins go back to college. x. if g"' f':-,...f-'---x,....,,f-':"' 'X ., -,ey 't'-- f" "1-r ,---K ,fs f fm., V 4 ,- -M - ,., ,.i. f YJ, N, .. .., , , ...V , Y , In .7 . 1!s-..-.Y K -V, ,V ,Y , ,L ln. L . ,.,., . ., ,f..,.-..,,.F, N 26 . vfJ,m.,. V .,,Q,,,:' V 5 Aw 141, 1 ,gm L ,f V, Q, l. ,f'.,1f'f.'Lf-'-" 'K Q-.Lf-4 -A lkvftll ' 1.':1l'. A 'ee ea- N- f - SZQVPIII-1'-Pigllf Uhr Guutl 22157 , F ' 'r W , , N f7ix l P' . N ' , " -A If --.- P- -TZ' , - I .eiihs aj M ' X' . 'L" f f- ss ' L-1 U ee Q7 IEQIIHI ' Q Q feet- , , i s . ' -e , . A-Je T 5-:eff-., -3- -3'-5' .Gil "11.gi'L 1-e:f1'tf-'r.L'iA..Qla..Z'-Z-sl Delta o Literary fi First Semerier IVIARH-Q KORTH ..... .......,,. 1 Jrefiflerzz A.Q, CLARE DHWrrr ..... .,.,.., I 'ice-Prefifienr. ,Q.. . ALICE PHILLIPS .R..,..., ,,,, , SZg'l'EfHfA1' ,,A,A. HELEN C1-nusrizwsun ,...,.. .. ,.,.,.. Treasurer .... JUNE GUGLISK. ............. . ...Sergeanl-at-Arms....,, EVRLYN OLSON ..,.,..,.,.... ,.,,,, R eporler ,,L,,, Miss VVINNETTE Curcris .... .,,,. S pmzrar ..... The Delta Rho Literary Society was organized Novembe society in Thomas Jefferson, but considering' this fact it has succ Socities as well as a firm foundation for future achievements. Society Second Semester MARIE Koivrx-t JUNE Gucmsu ...,,.lhNITA OLSEN ORME .LAVINA HARTMAN EVELYN OLSON ...LM iss Winxrirrn CURTIS r ig, 1923, and is the youngest just completed one of the most essful years of its existence, and indeed has established an enviable record among the Literary The society was represented in debating by Clare DeVVitt to whom is to be given much credit for the work on the team which won the decision from Abraham Lincoln. The society was very well represented by Lois Pierce who played the lead in the play "The Big ldea," which was the hit of the season. In the typing contest with Abraham Lincoln we were represented by Gretchen McMillen and Thelma Cooley. The Delta Rhos placed second in the scholastical standard of the Literary Societies of which we are justly proud and hope to win further. Several successful parties were given in which are included two parties given at the school, a hard time party given at the home of Thelma Williams and a Mother's day program. lVIuch of the society's success this year has been due to the originality and the inspiring,-efforts of their critic Miss Curtis to whom the society wishes to take this ouortunity to extend its s s . l . appreciation. 26 - , - lv -xv A I Eighty + N. A ftjxlfiigllsb, , 1 A '-'A if 4 , fr Lu' J if' A-'O I l l Qs- 5se!!lIl. .nsf nrt li t -H " L-1 Q -L1 E f :rural 53-7 iw 4 o' 5'-E E 2:33 lgn lobfser .: l - sic k .1 - QLT-'71 .et .1.::+: ew -st Delta Rho Literary Society . Fourth Row-June Gugler, Beryl Ramsdcn, Dorothy Ann Rosehcrry, Gretchen 'McMillen, Nlary Scott, Bliss Curtis, Thelma Williams, Ruth Olson, Inez Butcher, Marguerite Hylton. Third Row-Velma Lidgartl, May Vincent, Ren McLea, Evelyn Olson, lda Shull, Beryl Doty, Helen Orme, Anita Olson, Ruth Nuzum. Second Row-Marie Korth, Thelma Cooley, Anna Tellnnder, L:1Vina Hartman, Alice Phillips, Bernadine Louden, Lucille Vincent, Helen Heller, Alice Mae Harvey. First Row-Luella Eggers, Edra Armstrong, Frances Hansen, Marion Gilmore, Blanche Grove, Eithel Lunbeck, lmo Skinner, Frances Brocknmn, Buelah Sutton, Geraldine Harkins. A.x :W l Y 1.x YV .. -5 +.-f' YY- f' -. ' V , E ight y-one jp 4.,LiL.lii' r "Ii 3 Q el CJLJ 3 :lyk SEO' I nm LQE - --:. .i V i -I - --.. - kt- J - :N 1: --4' -:. +:ar' : L.. f ,EF LJ E T ,Q'g' E .ww - M - Nm'?P ,J-N. 'ff Yi Vw - .. 1 9 31'-?Ihgglz1'v4 A , ai f mr fig. , I I 1, liglligzjiin 'mn ,r U m, ...lah . - 1 ' :E nl ll Q , M I . 5. 61 gil N - - as-nil' Q V T E 1 K -y W 1, ' i Iiztltbazffzl 2 - -- J S1 l f-1 D - llIf.l s-:ls f Ye Guild of Delphi OFFICERS First Sl'77ll',ffl,l' Srcond Svnzvsffr GWENDOLENE KEMP ,.,..., ..,... S fcrvtary ,..,..,... .,,.,., E STHER FLENKER HAzELLE BosTEoT .... e-If'icr-Prrsirlvnt .,..... ....,. l ALICE PETERSON ALICE PETERSON ..., ., ..... Prfsidfnt ....,. ......... M AR1ON LUND HELEN IXGER .E...,.,.. ...,..,,... T rf-asurrr .....,... ,O ,..E, THELMA BOLTON TALGA PARKS .....E,.,. L ....,E. .....E S rrgrant-at-Arnzs ...,. ..A........... H ELEN ACER Mm ELIZABETH Kms ,.,.....,. ,...... S ponmr ....,EE..EE ...,,. . Miss NELL POYZER First Society of Yore in Thomas Jefferson High School. Mayden of Delphi in oracle of speche, playe and musyc. Ye accomplyshmrnis of thix yvnrf' DECLAMATORY CONTEST DEBATE SQUAD ivIar1eMHenfierS0n Marie Henderson rem Mun Thelma Bolton MUSIC CONTEST Elizabeth Curtis Helen Whitebrook PLAYS Lucille SPCCI' Marrion Lund Kathryn GQUICFS Marie Henderson Afline H0lldD.y 'Thelma Bghgn , Dorothy Spitler Elizabeth Curtis Mfme Hendeffon Marie Brunell Elizabeth Curtis Lorem Mc-1-wiggan ENTERTAYNMENTS Em' FMC' Mothers' Day Program and Entertaynment g?lQ'0' Paffv - TYPING CONTEST eatre Party St. Patrick's Party Hazelle Bostedt Weiner Roast Pauline Hoifer Assembly Program Dorothy Brennan Thus we have endeavored to mayntain the standards of Ye olde Delphizm Society and hope to carry on the ideals of former years. ' 1' five- 26 'S-' K A 7 - 1 7 v- , Eighty-info lg! , W rpg, -1 Film it N -l ,Z H J' " ' "ll r lltasisa t Q f we fini , " , rj' ws-J EJ ll yagvhtn Ll- 4 ' 3 'A 'f lm, yzlgfi-GSTIEFC 'Gigi' A ff ' ' Delphian Literary Society Fourth Row-Ruth Sonner, Lillinn Raph, Marie Brunell, Lorem- Mi'Twiggan, Pauline Holler, Hazel Hostedt, Alice Peterson, Irene Lorcnzen, Miss Nell Poyzer, Nucl Curtis. Third Row--Mildred Moors, Clara Belle Parrish, Arlinc Holliday, Elizabeth Smith, Marie Hurting, Verna Gunderson, Helen Whitehook, Goldie Tystrup, Lucille Speer, Lucille VVittcnhurg. Second Row-Merle Wells, Niethzi Senift, Margaret Cox, Faye Speer, Helen Ager, Florence Moore, Dorothy Norman, Dorothy Brennan, Marian Harris, Dorothy Spitler, Kathryn Gnthcrs. First Row-Irene Martin, Mae Calzune, Louise Dipple, Thelma Bolton, Alga Parks, Mary Hoyt, Irene Benedict, Marie Henderson, Elizabeth Curtis, Gwendolyn Kemp. J ' r-nfzs 4' or ex, ,H ,f rf- - 5638- Eighry-rhree 4 3 f .i.i'i!9Lmil1ii'Ug.. , ,N ' , 4' Q i ,..ig!i!.t4illf .wing ,- .al -- 1 IS-fl ll la .-4 tlfwtii l i if llll Evolt . mal l' ' Ifiiigsfi 1 V in - S' .1-:P 'Fl ,gui-" ul " ' ' i 3 .L ff 54:3 E - D D Q 5 - LA t - f"W C' i n .-, D it? t"'-sig? u fe gf..-:. "sr' -1-.,. f - g ff- J- 1 31 s .mu M-- "The Jeffersoniansn OFFICERS President ........, W-. ...,.,....,,,A - ,,A,.,7 LEIGHTON YV!-irria Viet'-Pnxvidrnt ...... ,,,... S IDNEY YVILCOX Secretary .......... .,..K.. C HARLES INMAN Treasurer ...., ....., ..,. .. D 0 UG LAs XVILCOX Sponsor--. .,,. ...,,,.. ,.,.,.. C L YDE M. JUNoin.A'ri-1 KM The youngest but none the less one of the important societies of the school is . the Jeffersonian Literary Society. This society was organized the later part of January with fifteen boys as charter members. Since that time the organization has grown to its present membership. Like a small child it must gain strength before it can walk, and so with this new society. Time will give it the desired strength and then it is sure to furnish some real competition for some of the best. The standards of the Jelfersonian are of highest and will always be kept at that point. Quality not quantity means individual success. There will be no boy graduating from Thomas Jefferson after having been a member of this society who will not have gained something through the association of its members. This organization builds and will always keep on building for the good of the school as well as for its individual members. Next year, 1927, promises to be a fruitful one for the Jeffersonians. ' l' -' Y'-'XY - 4- .YY- .. l -fx f ., - Eighty-four in 4 E ik. A . .WP ' i iffr-"S .1 i l ,fir f'1r'i -Im. ,'g'WQ-N, XMWM.. . ' ' N vw i f fl i E L ilgmlii U5 iv . fi i x- -A H Q JT iff:-'-7'-5' VT- :I 'iii N" ":Vi"T'1 mf -L A-. . S ,fr 1. ::A::-4 .Y fL1'.-325251-Iei.fiE1 3,55 flislxfiallll .2 if 533.55125 LPI tlrf. Ju: 3261! Jeffersonian Literary Society Thirml Row-john Nivholason, Paul Colton, Clayton Schroeder, Jann-s Mcfoy, Jasper Price. Second Row-Roy Gillcy, VVarr':n MrHargnc, Charles Hinnmn, Sidney VVilcox, George Fohrig, Douglas VViluox, Raymond Spikcr. First Row-Ervin VVilson, jzuncs Stoddard, Lvighron VVhitc, Harold Hodgson, Kenneth Smith, Richard Shively. rf my K N I . s - ' , tif Q, f 26 E i ghly- five I tl Qui' ,, -s MEM! , iff' QE N T it ' ' A ff? ' . ' 2- Mm -1 2 ' ' a ' ,N. YJE? film' 't"glj!!.' M 1 A w lil I g to or ie mn -A Q A A- 'Q L A timilx Ogiji-J E3 C ' C Cl llillill ' it t D - - , 'Lf C-STL... ' . ' ' 5- arm-fa'-. -:QQ-iii: .. 4: i Y 5351 igggqfif?-El'-QE ' f'X':.,'fTf:'T'-"- O Nu Omega Stgma . is Fir-fi S1'f71'f'5ff'1' Second Semester LENA PR-4'l"l' ..A..... ..,....,,,. P resident ..,..... ,,.,.A...... G LADYS KNAPP GLADYS KNAPP ..V...V ...w.,, V ic:--President .. ,,,. ,,...,.. E LtzABET1-1 Lovn LOLA HATHAWAY ...,,. ..A...,, S vcrrtary ,,,.., W, DOROTHY FLYNN HELEN ScHoLEs .,,...., ,...,........, T rmfurcr ....,,, nv .,.A,. M ARIE Scmzoepnn VENITA MCCLURE .,..... .....,. . Sergeant-at-Arnzs-, v,.,. ,...,,,... D ORA SIMPSON ELIZABETH Lovo .v.....,...,A.....,.,,..,...,, Rvborzer ,.,.,,... -,A.,,.,,.,., E Tum. POPE I CLARA RAUBER STRICKLAND ..,.....w.., Sponsor ..,..LL.,....,,... ,L.,LLL M Rs. STRICKLAND ilflotto: "Strive to the Highrstn In September, 1923, the enrollment of Thomas Jefferson had increased to the extent that a third girls' literary society was formed with Mrs. Strickland as sponsor. The society was formed with the object of maintaining a high scholastic standing and for the purpose of developing the literary ability and character of the girls therein. This year we have been successful in being the outstanding society in scholar- ship. Our literary society was represented in the Inter-Society Declamatory Contest by Frances Herman, Charlotte Smith, and Fern Gieser. Fern. was successful in winning first place in the dramatic class. In debate we were represented by Eliza- beth Loyd. We are proud of the number of girls from the Nu Omega Sigma who partook in the Shorthand and Typewriting Contests with Abraham Lincoln High School. They were: Elizabeth Lloyd, Clara Smith, Genevieve Troy, Dorothy Flynn, Celesta Herweg, Lola Hathaway and Dorothy Edwards. Our annual Mothers' Party held in May was one of our biggest social events of the year at which we presented a one-act play for our mothers. We hope to maintain in the future the high scholastic record which we have established in the school and continue to give every member the chance to develop in literary attainment and leadership. 'I ' i'f'fr 26 ig" A c' Y f - x , E i glzty-six 1 I1 - .':f:41'-N,'1.-. ft. 4 -- .,.-,'fsLnA -,- r AU- 1 as-.' ,, - .. i lm F Q . Wm , fm will ' iiism n lli' in J .EIEFEB N bidi? EJ i litmus Us sz, EQ if hm Q yltllllli sit, 4Qi.:,,l I Jael' ' . 3, au fL!i'l.ff:,5f.f,'i1'lftsf1-,Lg Nu Omega Sigma Fifth Row--Loren Davison, Helen Ogren, Dora Simpson, Mildrud Hcrmnn, Mrs. Strivk- land, Kathryn Hcrwig, Cclcsta Hcrwig, Jessie Stouffcr, Helen Scholcs. Fourth Row-Pearl Rounds, Thelma Clark, Lcola Barr, Ft-rn Gicscr, Clara Smith, Marie Schroeder, Lola Hathaway, Lavon Greenway, Grctchcn Klonus, Margarct Nicholson. Third Row-Beulah Tell, Gladys Rice, Ruby Kirkwood, Elizabeth Tell, Frances Herman, Gviivvieve Troy, Dorothy Flynn, Ester Dinkt-l, Ruth Carbaugh, Frances Fox. Second Row-Fern Steppuhn, Lucille Hoyt, Dorothy Edwards, Elma Conkling, Elizabeth Cox, Elva Hukill, Kathryn Smith, Lcnna Moss, Marie Hcrman, Elvira Hanson. First Row-Elizabeth Loyd, Harriet Jordon, Charlottu Smith, Mcrna Davison, Rosalie Richman, Claricc Bowman, Gladys Rcvd, lVla1'vc'li11c Fcrron, Mildrcd Boyer, Gladys Knapp, Doris Pelton. , , VsQ's",5'.fs'ss-1 ?' -, ff-V-My-f'.'Q5Qf'f-,NX ,.,, - H i ghty-:eww E g' ,.,"aii:Gl3,, , . 1 ill 559' Q ev :Ein MJ K... PC3233 llllmll Q Sgfrfi sigsiffs -' if f 1,44 gi 5 f I iillllliiall ll ri- ' 'F V S mm a n D Q ""'- D i ...us D, e 1. R- t f ci 5, f- F-,gi h I l ip: .QA M - ' - -t--'-'A' ' - ' Q -1 f - -- ' 31821.-:- nr f r-Q I-'fd ' 's e Ls.ElfE.-.:-. 64.35 -3. S. A. F irst Semester Second Semester ELMER OOREN .....,... ...., , Prrsidmr ,..,..... ,,,,,,, V mon. KREGER EDWARD BRANDON. ..... ..... l five-President ...,.... ...,,. N VILLIAM F os'rER WENDELL MELLOR-.. ..,. ......,, S ecretary ......, ,.,..... Y VALTER SCHOLES ALBERT BBOVVNELL RALPH CUMMINGS ...... ..,.,. EDWARD BRANDON .,.. .. .,,,,,,, - REX WHITE ...... Treasurer .....,... ..... S mrgeant-at-fl rms ....,,, ,,...D Consult -'---' in Wm -HOWARD GORDON -CARLYLE DRYDEN EDWARD BRANDON .-------.WYNNE BAKER The S. A. Literary Society was the first boys' Literary Society organized in Thomas Jefferson High School. i This Society, organized by Mrs. lVIcComb in 192 2, rose to that preeminence which it has maintained ever since its organization, in every form of literary activity. This year it has been particularly outstanding because of its exceptionally large representation in each play presented by the school. In every play members of the S. A. constituted a large majority of the boy members of the cast and in all plays an S. A. had the male lead. Its role of actors number such members as. William Foster, Ernest Kolb, Howard Howland, James Brown, Edward Brandon, Al Brownell and many others. In debating the prestige of the society was well maintained by Bob Milisexi and Elmer Ogren. This was Elmer's second year of debating. Thomas Jefferson and the Missouri Valley League has probably not produced a more brilliant debater. In the inter-society declamatory contest the S. A.'s set the pace. Representa- tives of the society, Elmer Ogren and Bob Milisen, won first place in the oratorical and humorous classes respectively. Their success gave the S. A.'s the A. F. Smith trophy for being the outstanding society in declamatory work. The S. A.'s had a line representation upon Thomas Jefferson athletic teams. Such men as Gordon, Kreger, Larned, Hoden, Lefgren and others well represented the school in Inter-school athletics. The S. A's do not intend to lose their position as the outstanding literary society of Thomas Jefferson, and the new members of the organization and those mem- bers, who are left to carry on the standard of the society, intend to maintain and pass beyond their present position among the organizations of Thomas Jefferson. A-v f O "jf 26 Af e -D TA - I -- , Eighty-eight iliili ii iffill ll f ' 'C 1 -via: 1. im.lI" W'lml.si.l"'iIl E EJ Z .:L...aa-.r'-' A H FFS-rlaioeo at 1.,.is2f,rs.rf,ff1+..:fS.E?3Q13a.: S. A. Literary Society Fifth Row-Frank Kendall, Kcimeth Kerns, Robert Foster, Glen Lefgrcn, Lowell Strobele, Clifford Boal, Elmer Ogren, William Foster, Howard Gordon. Fourth Row-Lonnie Breedlove, Wynne Baker, Edward Brandon, Roscoe Cartwright QSpon- sorj, Virgil Kreger, Charles Lainson. Third Row-Herbert Anderson, Wayne Birchard, Ernest Kolb, Frank Griflith, James Brown, Walter Scholes, Raymond Holmes, Clyde Clark, John Conwell. , Second Row-Rex White, Samuel Knauss, John Fried, Robert Milisen, Albert Brownell, Percy Kirkpatrick, Howard Howland, Richard Reed. First Row-Forest Miller, William Katzenstein, Don Reynolds, Carl Holmes, Carlyle Dryden, Roy Howland, Ralph Cummings, Wendell Mellor, Arthur Cummings. 'of is " " "of 26 4' o ' V - Y , Y .-,Y mf, Y, Eighty-nine QW? Q " i L 'af Y' ai " I ml' an i xi? ffl l5,ltz1g?lllr Ialiitll llff- 'T Qeillls i LJ jS" Nwtl'f'm"' - L.. - L F , - 1 . :at c 4 EE, 3353 i ' Illtlllll , D -. L ' .-- G Fig --' CZUTW '2f'r5'5i. -'elf-Ei'- 5' -i'I.'ilL 3,1:"L:r'-iillp ir' 1. file'-5.1.2-ife-'11"-5.1 Sigma Tau OFFICERS Prrsidfnt .. .n..,A7,,. ,, ,,.....,,v,...,,...,. .,,,..., H AzEL XVALKER Vice-Prosia'1'n1 w,w... ,....., A ILEEN MILISEN Secretary ........... ...,w..,.,.......W.............,.. A LICE VIBERG Trvoxuror ....,, .....,....K...,..,,...... .,.v,,,.., I DA BOUSFIELD Sponsor ..,. ...... fFirst Semesterj ISERN RICHARDSON fsecond Semester-J HAzEL MILLER "WHAT WE HA VE DONE" Debate Squoa' .......... ,,..,., .ALICE VIBERG, BEULAH LESLIE AND IQATHERYN P12'r'rY R. O. T. C. Honorary Lirutz'mint-Colonel. ,....,......,,..,,......,.. ., .,..... HAZEL WALKER Doolamatory Contest ..,.,,.....o.,.,...,....., . ...,..... A LICE VIBERG, NORMA CADWALLADER Bzzskrtball Tournament Champions ...,.... IDA BOUSFIELD, BEULAH LESLIE, MARIE MEX'ERS, EDNA SUPERNOIS, HELEN VVAKEI-louse AND ETHEL COHEN Alice Viberg is the only undefeated member of the Debate Team who took part in all debates of the Missouri Valley League. Hazel Walker, president of the society was elected by popular vote as Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel. Alice Viberg took second place in the oratorical class, with the selection "The Plea for Armenia." Norma Cadwallader took third place in the humorous class, with the selection "Jane". The Sigma Tau's challenged all other girls, societies to a basketball tourna- ment. The Sigma Tau Team won the championship game against the Delphian Literary Society. The Sigma Taus are proud of the work that has been accomplished, and we here wish to express our appreciation and thanks to our sponsor, Miss Hazel Miller, through whose efforts and interests, this Literary Society has been able to function. ' ' i""r 26 " e ' - 1 - 1 vfx- . , - Ninety Lf. W ,E mail or ,i ,imffllw N mill elf 3 f?1.' lliit. it 'iiiiiii i L-f Y3 - E LQ A e to mfr' . - i :IJ i7 X -' it do 1 H EEQW tum. M , Sigma Tau Literary Society Fourth Row-Norma Cndwalluder, Arlene Williams, Arlu Bichel, Marie Neff, Ida Bons- tield, Alice Viherg, Norma Toozer, Leona Bosen, Mildred Dilts, Esther Fairman. Third Row--Lois Lund, Etta Hansen, Helen Mosher, Alice Neal, Mildred Schmitz, Miss Miller, Helga Peterson, Beulah Leslie, Katherine Petty. Second Row-Edna Supernois, Dorothy Moore, Ethel Cohen, Gertrude Christotfcrson, Hazel Clinkenheard, Ruth Glasford, Aileen Milisen, Irismae Schumacher, Lillian Erbs, Dorothy Wiedeman. First Row--Lillie Bethers, Astrid Viberg, Martha Harrod, Helen Wnkehouse, Marie Myers, Nellie lilay Zielke, Evelyn White, Alice Richardson, Grace Vermillion. f-w..f.:: Me, ff - -, " ggqfzype-,,, , 3-41 5 39. "x.u,," N inely-o nf w4fi'g:. . 3" 1 fb-aflqix I AQQQLAWEEE N tgp-.,, p q .3 ,iz il ' ' Q - ' in in ix ii I' 1,1 ll iinii n 45' 1 L Jfiils . :J m X I 94 xg Y Q- Q lk! ' -,., .ii 'r F1 I jg a T-iw , gf, . fi?,1,-.s e , n I D L--if N i in ' II' L-I U L 2'-Q l Lei? 14. in C. ,--- L i E' . . , ,Q . X A335 ,Q - - T ILE: L'Rfir.I.?E.l:'fJt 314 L":.e-ff-u.,..1L'f:.Q'.+i-ff-1,-Q. Phi Upsilon UFFICERS Prfsidrnt .,..,..,.... ..,.. v.....,,... ..,,,.,v, B RUCE BAKER Vicz'-Prfsirlrnf w.,,., ....., A LLAN COPELAND Secretary ..,,...... ,....,.,.,. D ONALD XVOOD Treasurer ..,,.. ...., D ONALD BRUGEMAN Sponsor ...., ,.,,. , - ..... .,vY,. h IOHN F. REINEL The Phi Upsilon Literary Society was organized in 1923. The society has been a success from the beginning. Since our organization the society has been setting a precedent that, if maintained will always rank the organization one of the best functioning Literary Societies in the school. However, at the beginning of this year only seven members were left as a nucleus. Under the sponsorship of Mr. Reinel, working with the ofhcers and members of this society, in a few months Phi Upsilon was built from a struggling membership to one of over fifty. The society members, guided by the experience of the "old guard" outlined for themselves a definite program for the entire year and introduced several innova- tions. Q One of these was a history ofthe accomplishments of Phi Upsilon to consist of Signal and newspaper clippings plus a written record of attainments. Another, the institution of two annual weiner roasts, one in honor of the new members at the beginning of the year, and another at the end in honor of the seniors, which have proved to be two evenings of anticipated pleasure. A novel stunt presented at the annual All-Literary Society Hallowe'en Party consisted of a mock assembly program. The first literary activity we engaged in oHicially was a debate with the Delphi- ans in which we were awarded the decision. From the ability shown in this and preceding debates, Bruce Baker was selected on the high school debate team and proved to be one of the main reasons why Thomas Jefferson annexed the Missouri Valley title. Phi Upsilon is grateful for its opportunity to contribute to the building of a better Thomas Jefferson in the future. We believe that the healthy spirit of rivalry existing between the literary societies does much to increase competition on the teams which represent our school. In conclusion, let us hope for continued friendly relations and a realization that we are fulfilling the ideals of the great democrat and educator, Thomas Jefferson. V . , A 26 e Ninety-Iwo , ," 'gl x - ,X X , wifi , Q Mp pm, wtf? 4 A Qfliil C sitlll ll 1' ' P I Q! I 1 .alias A 'H " . "" ' "-""" ' "7 L r +-:ant ' H tfzwmdzftimg r Eigiiiillllm -1 ,1, - FW C' ,- ,jj-A, -J 'il of Q: J i I f' - 1, T44 " . Phi Upsilon Literary Society . Fifth Row-lN'lt-rlc Tcrry, Rohcrt Miller, Charles Cavctt, Harry Swanson, Charles Warner, Darrel Dutton, Vernon Nelson, Lyman Reardon. Fourth Row-Donald VVood, Russell Cox, Gcorgc Fous-:r, Herbert Burke, Jimmie James, Clyde Knapp, Edward Culton. Third Row-Donald Brugcman, Clark Coglcy, Clifton Conlcy, Durwood Drake, Bruce Baker, Glen VVade, Merle Roarty, Byron Tellandcr, Paul Norris. Second Row-Earl Walker, Roht-rt Schmidt, Loren Davidson, Donald Cole, Sponsor F. Reinel, Ambrose Butler, Charles Lane, Fred Morgan. First Row-Grant Flenker, Frank Conboy, Gerald Chadwick, Bryan Shawler, Rolland Humphrey, Kenneth Stewart, Harold Bastron, Clarence Auppcrle. ' ,fix-rw-V-"1:::-W-'f'T' "N MN he-s -1 1 ..f"---.-- A -N'-N C .....t f 4... -- - X.. ,, " N inety-lhree sf g "5 A, -N -jjillgf , ul U 4 , r F .1 .ei . . I :Fifa il will Q he F-1 Q sae: mum 'img we , . e 9 . r E! , 1 lift , i if lra fs1i .i.iii n T I i U D l i w - c 3-.. Alice Viberg' V Gwendolyn Kemp Aileen Milisen Esther Flenker Meccawee Club President ............ .........,,........,....,,. c . ........,,..,. ,......... A ILEEN MILISEN Vice-President ....,.,. .......v. G WVENDOLYN KEMP Secretary ........,.... ....-, E srmsn F LENKER Treasurer.-- .........., ........ . .ALICE VIBERG Sergeant-at-Arms .......................,.l....,.................... ................... MARIE BRUNELL And so it came to pass that during the month of February, in the year of 1926, the Meccawee Society was organized. ' All girls in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades who were interested in a good wholesome time were eligible for membership. The purpose of the society is to increase a democratic feeling among the girls of Thomas Jefferson High School and to interest more girls in athletics and outdoor life, to build bigger and better individuals which in turn, will benefit the school as a whole. The club is sponsored by any faculty member willing to work with the girls at any time they so desire. Because of these girls our school has a new tennis court. Tennis games and tournaments were held during the later part of the semester. Hikes, weiner roasts and athletic contests have been numerous and have helped establish the purpose of this organization. . -c -f ' - '-A-W '- ., A 7 1 -X , Ninety-four ,mu 'ii 4 'xr I .-'EQ ii' , , mittlllrx .wr will stil' . ft .sr 1- ' - it htm-lt is h I '.Ed 5u I' V 'cii I !I:.,J D T x6y,'h:JTiA-,qL, ll dl 53.553 'E llllggl in if F-WFT C' 'il I 'sf'-G'-I Es.. " . .aa-t Loaf 1,4 ffiQ51.j:EF..e2f.,5g:gI Fourth Row-Bessie Gathers, Esther l-"airman, Geraldine Johnson, Miss Richardson, Garnet WVilliu.ms, Fern Ross. Third Row-Leona Failor, Beryle Ramsden, Mildred Speer, Nellie Dilts, Mildred Herman, Ethel Pope. Second Row-Evelyn Anderson, Gertrude VVilliams, Mildred Dilts, Thelma Pike, Elva Hukill, Velma Phelps, Helga Peterson, Thelma Clark. First Row-Alice Richardson, Thelma Bolton, Hazel Clinkenbeard, Dorothy Yates, Lena Pratt, Alice Neal, Mildred Boyer, Elma Conkling. . N. T. Club OFFICERS First Semester Second Semetfer ALICE RICHARDSON... ,.,,. Prexifleuf ,,,,,,,, ,,,, l,,,,,,,,,,,, L r :NA PRATT 'I'H1sLMA CLARK ..,,,,, ..,,, I 'ire-Presitleur , .,,,, .,.,, H AZIAIL CLINKENBEARD ESTHER FAIRMAN .,,, ,...,, S ecremry ,,.,,..,. .,,...,,, M ILDRED DrLTs LENA PRATT .....7,7,.,,,,,.,, ,7,,, . . Treasurer.. ,,.., ,... 1 DOROTHY YATFS GERALDINI-1 JOHNSON . . ., ,Sergenfzr-nz-firms . . . ,7,7 ELMA CoN KLINC 7, 7 , Spomor.,,,e,.,,,. , FICRN RICHARDSOOX The jefferson Normal Training Club has had a very succsssful year with many interesting meetings. VVe have managed a successful business and social meeting each month during the entire year. The social meetings have been held at the members' homes and business meetings at school. Many new members have been added to our club and we now have a membership of 40 girls, including lj seniors. Only no-2, iith and izth grade students who are taking the Normal Training Course are admitted in the club. A successful candy sale was held at school during December, the proceeds from which were spent for a Christmas party which was enjoyed by the members and their friends. V-f-4 ,fs ,f-..,-,,-....M k,,,f- -'--f-- N---e H 1: ,-...,,, Y,,.,w ----.N .. ' .- ,,- ' .- - .Ie e, , . . -'Q , xi. " I 271' ee'--"'i., .. 1'-"" f", "T .X 5.-. als , 26 avfriiaxlif?-.1-f?v7?f+fs-furife-1 E-I-ffviaffrfll' ff l in il ,f-.9jff"f-em, ,W -A-..,.5,,, --" '--'-f as - 1' ' , 1:5-3 ',...t.--' " T----.-..L..f- ' T of--.Le iv ,L Lp',,1 .37 '- -r . 11-V-!i'K5 . ' - 'J s ' --H . i T-nag, . 1 N IIICI'-l'-fli't' l.. 12,5 10 Q , -t 'lliglfig : , X .sgqQieH,gf it G V A, 2 it , W my .1 , e -:i n 'I I sitllll i f ' '-filfui, - Sm'?m'Mi"iI ill ,iv - cm Q - 13'-U ligglglm C, .e L L, jgsw , 4 Q l:J C3 f 4: 'G' " v-iQ,'.f1c-' I H d, F-Tri T .1 l " Sails'-5" .Q 4,17 , ,.1j"" Jil 4 .ri-.'ric"..L'fs f M737-m' Thomas Jefferson Hi-Y Pf'1'5il1871f .......4... ....,,, O 'rro CHRIs1'ENsEN Vin'-Prcsirlrrzf ..,. . ...... , A,,..A,,n,, ERNEST KOLB Secretary-Trmslfrm' ..., ...... C HARLES WARNER Sponsor ....,......... A. ..... R. S. CARTWRIGHT The Hi Y was organized in Thomas Jefferson three years ago. The purpose of this organization is to promote a free and frank discussion on the part of the students, concerning the problems of the schoolg to aid in the build- ing of Christian character. Many excellent speakers are secured through the Hi Y. This Year the two high schools of Council Bluffs are co-operating in putting across a three-day convention of our own in which the best speakers that can be secured from Council Bluilfs and Omaha will address the meetings. Many business men have shown their interest in this work already by volunteering their services. Through such a convention every boy in our schools, who wishes to attend these meetings will he allowed to'do so. The Hi Y deserves the support of every student in Thomas Jeiferson and we sincerely hope that it may continue to grow in service and members in our school. - 4 Y Y Y-.X i L 7 ti? vis T , v + , Ninety-six 4 Q 9' 'sl fluid V ' -'T-.' 3 .. vu I I tx- A I' N I ti! c- li .V F ,yen f l ii Ja. L u l F" ,p i ' J' L...i L4.J E7 -I 'K h All t A af - g f fr-t5y F Q1, . iitlgkn . ew "J C I W U nl i 1 B I :ii r X Jyflwllhfllswili N l , FQ Cl L jx A x .. il g I2 T. L , to 'I' CDS itllllll Q me he -H FW affix Nw! -P"5f-we-1'-i. ., x ,V .f:'ef"" 51 1- '. -1 . . .'f-f:.i.'rr1iSf3..-14--t . --E..-I-V -L..-If J, A! J zz:-,4.-..a.,.4...4.g-...g...4g.. fa .' ' u w- Sfrivi-s i.-Mp -f "-rfo'1- W-rw 'vgffdfifl-iifliv-N' 'SVU -K h'i'-'ffl-Qiiliff-f Marie Brock, Margaret Humphrey, Clarice Bowman, Miss Buchanan, Clara Jacobson, Georgie Beekman, Margaret Flynn, Frances Fox, Margaret Kleinments, Alpha Holder, Jean Deaux, Remzt Haight, Gladys Reed, Marie Herman, Kathrine llliller, Mary Davis, Fern Steppuhn, Alice May Harvey, Bernadine Lauden, Beulah Sutton, Doris Pelton, Nan Pierce, Elfrieda Hanson, Mollie Zoorwil, Viola Reed, Nt-it Louise Dippel. Preriil H111 .....,,, ha Scnifth, Virginia Griner, Dorothy Cohoe, Vennest Frazier, Girl Reserves -1 f,,,,f.,,. .. .,,,, Loulsi-1 IJWPEL ,.,..NEITHA SENIFT .,..,.Doms PELTON ,,,,,.,..MARY DAVIS H ..Doao'ri-ry Conon ,,,....l4'RANcEs Fox ......lh'l,-NRIE BROCK l'it'f-P1'f'.ri.1'e'11t ..,, Secrflary ,..,..,, 7iI'EfZKllI't'l' ,,,,,,,., . , ,v..,,.,,,,,,,, , ,,,.,,,, Chnirman of Social Ci0llIlllifft'E..,,. Chairman of Ser-i'ire Committee .,.., , Chairman of Program Committee , Chilifflldll 0 Nleffzbcrship Commi riff H .. ,,,7,,,,,,, ,,.7 N icirim hi-:N 1 FT The Thomas Jefferson Girl Reserves were organized in january, 19.16, by Miss Lola Buchanan with the aid of Miss Marjorie Upton, Secretary of the Y, VV. C. A. of Omaha. This organization is composed of eighth and ninth grade girls. :ls yet, we have made only a beginning, but we hope to live up to the purpose of our organi- zation which is to develop higher Christian ideals, and to prepare ourselves for future life. VVe arc justly proud of our accomplishments of this year, and we believe that in the future our organization will be recognized as one that has been a benefit to the school in making our members better all-around students. T ., ,,.- , ,,-.-.. ,.--1 t .Y f- -V N 1- -fv V- .- -H' ,, .v-J:-1,-.Q-HJ-Q.. or f ' Tw -- tw- 5. .1 mer- I .. . EQ. ff.. A 1- wg ,,1rw-'f,Qr.:':.a pgs-.'.,1 .,'-Uhr W fps fx- T- +1 il-5'ffh'ivF1'j'l'l?fr , 5 .... 4 ..f .- ., 1 . -V, - V J ,. w ,. --lag. asm 'id'-.em :mn '-. ,MV-Ugg .1-5 t N., .I --: . 2. .Hasty 5. .. ' -Y -5. ' ,fa H- V -Att 'f.'f-he-Jani X-, .N'11zf'l,1'-,fmwl PIL 9 I i i i I l i i l Q-1 5' ' Ng -'iililjg .3 Q .I 'W - 6 I li? " lll i f-- " , vii!!-t" A ' Ii if "4 ' L.1.l Q 'F W U' 'tri' QI L eff ,' ,ll V? E - EQ Eg Ifffhfjlli M , ff -1- QQHIIHIA -32-G-'if" " - TL . E " ,,1.:'n, Lai 1.-. -gf:TE'j,,g..,,"?'Wvfgg,g fi - I ti OG I Q 1 g A V I .JQ"1.,V'j,--ew ,i i K. X. . xg 7 1 'N- "The Purple Parrot" The newest and most select organization in Thomas Jefferson High School is known as the Purple Parrot. Its membership includes only the elite of the school. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OFFICERS Pf135ill1'71f ..,,..,,...,....,.,.... ..,.,.,,..........,,..,,,.,,. - -. ..,.. ROLLEM LLADNEW First Vim'-President ..,..,.,, ,..... ...,.e....... .,.....e E o 1-1 oc Yr-rroxzoo Second Vice-President ........, ........ E GAREVEB ERONEL Third Vice-Prfsident ....... .,...,.... P Uicuos ELLEB Recording Secretary ...... ........., L AOB DROFFILC Financial Secretary ........ ,....,. . .NERGFEL NNELG Treasurer .....,.......,,,,.. ............... R EKAB ECURB Sergeant-at-ffrms ....... .................. S REYM F. YAR Janitor .,...,..,,..,..,. ......................., Q ....................,... T HGIRWTRAC S. Eocson BOARD OF DIRECTORS 1. NESILIM NEELIA P. T. fPiano Tunerj 2. RETRAC A. ECNERALC Q. E. D. 3. LENIER F. Nuoj R. S. V. P. 4. NosPMo1-rr MrALLrw F. B. C. . NosRnDNEH EIRAM T. N. T. . SEMAJ EIMMIJ N. G. 5 6 For Committees and further organization see: Humor and Ad Section. .X 1 gi 'Y - ,v.Xfi ..x l A Q-- I -A... 26-1 Ti-jc'-ggi Ninety-eight ---'AM A. . ...-,..L.1....,-,,,s..... ,,,, YOAA, ,A - ilaurrln eglifll I maggie l QLEL.-L VY N N 4 1-nl W F'-3f"J ll I if L ,Nt Il LW' 'arg l fl Q 'Ms J-H1 1 , Ax I In N ,fr xx fp. - - A NCP: r 41 X ,,-flfl v-1 V, ' iq gg?l1,1l,m ll SUM ' all .i sg, it ef-f t 'A i 'N Mr --in -Vl'.i raduwifffflf e- 'fa ll! 5, it LJ Y Y l i V -47' -" "' ti I L egg' le, ll' li K v R: . .N l' li! l ' E' ii l- ,iTM'xf" lil J Yr l YY' -' .L , i' l' ' lg I' R' I3 L rE',i"':F::1f-'1 wi' HV, s 1 ' - f. s ll 1 . view- 'flT:?'f:ifQ'ip ll. Lite-w taggllll Ll Q, L53 -ill x. ' ' T' t T 'f ' . 1' -..,' ,W 41.7, .i.r.i..'1Cf.u..K::,L..C'::T. 1J:ZL,fz.f.'.:.'i.l JI.1 4.313151 444.2 ' ' ' v' iff Tr1r'1:1." -. -...... ..- , . ,. np .-.xi ..,.,e.,...:.,L.t, 2 -.,.. f,.,,.,.,-.,.,,,a-..,.. . .,- ,, ., , J, .., ... . Couch Cartwright This year our Debating Squad came out nn top winning Hrst place in the lvlissuuri Valley League. And why? Back of every great accomplishment there is always an inspiratimi. 'cCnach Cartwright" has been this. Mr. Cart- wright wins when the team wins and takes defeat with equal sorrow as the clebaters. In three years, debating has beeume one uf the foremost activities of Thomas Jefferson High School. YVith Mr. Cartwright as the never-tiring Coach, the remaining classes hope to carry un this activity which has been so nnbly begun by former classes. K-Ir. Cartwright, besides being one of the most popular members of the facul- ty, is always ready to help any student out of a "flif1fgil1'ry". Viberg, Mellor, Ogren, Nlilisen, Baker, Bolton, Petty, DeXVitt, l1t'lHlL'l'SUl1, Loyd, Leslie. Um' Hlnlifnxf Q ' fl 'iijiil H V I.. i 't f 25' iF , , ," ,.... gg A . Q n li I . n a . 1 N v 1 I Q . mil, Q 'id l I l ll lie. s . ' ' 'ill ' 5 ' l' Hileililllli P. B J' lil 1 J 1-1 l H! B D Q A Q L-E fn IE'lI'I' i D L fi J V4 E15 F1 ' 3 ai 221. 3 Beulah Leslie Katherine Petty Marie Henderson Aflirmative Team Elmer Ogrcn MISSOURI VALLEY DEBATE LEAGUE RESULTS Central High, Om:1h:1,,-.,., ,,.....,, 0 Thomas Jefferson ............... 2 South High, Omaha .,....,...,... ....., 0 Thomas Jefferson -L 2 'Technical High, Omaha .......,,,..,...,, 1 Thomas Jefferson ...,., I Lincoln High, Lincoln, Neb. ..,.....,,,A o Thomas jefferson ...... 2 Abraham Lincoln High, Co. Bluffs.- I Thomas Jefferson I Total T. Lost ,,..... ,.,c.. 2 Won ..,..,.. ...... S Elizabeth Loyd Clare DeWitt Alice Viberg Bruce Baker Negative Team nr .L 26 4,3 One H umlrerl One i l if S- . .Q"'ii1g' .1 'W f 4-1,15-i-we .- ' Q" -1-ill' llsitll ll if-ill " c . ' - 2 ' l 52 . .. gn, E . s' ' iiillfil ' .5 .Q .. vt ea Q hi In .t ri G I 3 - .fig -'FJ-'1'-i""iZ" 'J F' 1 - - , - - , Tk LQAL .:a:1J7Tel:"c7QfgQ'TlalTff:ii-l- Debate Review for 1926 ' The debatin teams of Thomas efferson by winnin second lace in "The . . 3 . , ' - . g 9 NTISSOUYI Valley Debating League" last year, established a record which stood as a challenge to all future teams of the 'iOrange and VVhite." This year with only one experienced debater back, around which to build a winning combination the task of equalling or even approaching last year's record seemed almost an impossible one. Thomas Jefferson's policy, however, has always been a progressive one, ever pushing onward to greater triumphs and honors. Undaunted by a lack of experience, the old T. determination came to the fore, and around Elmer Ogren as a nucleus, was builded a debate squad which eclipsed the record of last year by winning the championship of "The lVlissouri Valley Debating League," garnering eight victories and suffering only two defeats in this league. Four members were selected from the squad to represent Thomas Jefferson at "The Drake University High School Debating Tournament." Elmer Ogren, Bruce Baker, Alice Viberg and Beulah Leslie were selected to make this trip. They were eliminated in the third round of the tournament by West High of Des Moines. The question debated in "The Missouri Valley League" was: Resolved that the members of the President's Cabinet should have the right to the floor of Con- gress. The question debated at Drake University was: Resolved that the government should own and operate the coal mines of the nation. With four members of this year's squad who have participated in interscholastic debate, remaining with us next year, the prospect for another strong debate squad at Thomas Jefferson is very good. ' Z- 'T T'A'vi 26 A' T" Y , ,Ax v , Y - A One H umlrefl Taco -,747 - H . , A, ,,, , ..,..,- .., ..,-.F, J.. :J , m.'iMHi . Y - 4 , "I ri' xl' 1 I - ,' -, .'v .A ix 2 lx 'll hii 1'illll"l' P5fflll 1 - " K.,-est. mmli ll iwmlil - R+ " v ' :W ' l 'gi if 1 Q. ff 1 .llllillltci vy - ' 'A ' A- 1 fa '47"1,5i'iS:'fxi4uJ 1, 15 q'-In.i':IvP'...".t"..i?tQ1..s.-.-i'' E..Ll..fi7QLQ.'.i ..'.1E.f 1fQQSQl1lli2l1f.L:li.i,3lLlf."II i1TaIQ.fi.3LlQL1fflfgLl1.flQllLf.Qlll.2QQL1Q Lf.-.i tu Sccontl Row--Tliclnia Bolton, .Xlicu Vilierg, Eliiit-1' Ogreii, lfranccs Ht-rinzin, Robert Nilisen. l-irst Row-l-'ern heist-r, Lliarlorte Bnnrh, lrr-ne YNl.irrin, Nlarie llemlerson, Norma Kaml- xyallarlcr. Declamatory Contest Among the interesting contests heltl this year at '1'homas xletferson was the tlcclamatory contest, in which the literary societies of the school were representenl. Ir was clearly shown by the large number of students participating that a great interest was created. As a result of the contest the Faye Smith trophy cup was awarclt-tl to the S. A. Literary Society, their representatives receiving the greatest number of points. First place in the oratorical was Elmer Ogrcn S. A4 dramatic, Fern Gciser Sigma Tang humorous, Rohert Milison S. All contestants were coached hy Miss Miller and their splenditl work was clue largely to her excellent coaching. . - ,-M. ,--s-. .,,n Y ,f--"' ' "- ' ' f - 'e- ,. , F' l' i .- - . Y-.f -. , . 'H TT "Ne '.,-Q,fg.fi,f,Q,1,j,.fl,.?,t--,. sit?--if -f .- 26 .. K V , ,, W . , :,:f,fl4-'I , :4,n.f1 . g .gc-gf-ff' - fs. A . ' N . 1 -- Q- ,- Me -v'g'3'K Y ,9 g.,33:uJ-,----:,L,-f-'-- ----M 'f' -as-X. s '- . J- - - - V - . ---' - cdr.. One II1l714Zf?1i Three 1 ' gr 5, "i N, -'w U ll A v- K5 1' i, ' 'if 'it- ' 'E 6 I ii T., 412525 r : , K' NN . ll '-"- , i K ,M l i .v- .- .rv.--' Y - A F ill: , s El im iilllit Q.: gel A ' 4 Elmer Ogren Extemporaneous Contest The contest given this year was above average. The great number of students participating in the event proved that there was a great deal of interest in the activity. Each speech was carefully worked out and given in a way that showed the excellent coaching that had been received. As a result of the contest, Elmer Ogren won first place, speaking on "Tax Reduction". Alice Viberg won second speaking on "Governor Al Smith's Housing Planl' and Marie Henderson Won third speaking on "Prohibition". On April 24, Elmer Ogren went to Stuart, Iowa, to represent Thomas Jeffer- son in the South Western Iowa extemporaneous contest. Here he succeeded in obtaining second place, defeated only by Ernest Stowe of Abraham Lincoln, Council Bluffs. Elmer's topic here was "The Making of Iowa" and his presentation showed much study and exceptional ability in delivery. , f Ae 9 - 1 Une Hundred Four is- . 1 T f- H33-li? ff. 1 ' - . 1 ' 'so ,I ' 1 '4- s el1lJ. .,.fau w t r iqrsgzfr ss will 2 :3353 E X ii' mix Z E gffsfsf -,U -r F1 Q is li l. -3- Ci' 9 - - V- -- L haowrftigu. gfpb' QL qffa:-rCrfEL- T: 'f s TI I LII. Thomas Jefferson-Abraham Lincoln Commercial Contest Last year there was inaugurated, between the two schools of our city, an Inter-School Com- mercial Contest, including the subjects of advanced and beginning shorthand, advanced and beginning typewriting. This is the second year of such competition between Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson. This period of competition will extend over a period of four years. At the end of the four years, the school having the greatest number of victories in typewriting shall be awarded the Underwood Typewriting trophy. The Abraham Lincoln Shorthand Trophy will be awarded to the school having the greatest number of wins in shorthand. Up to the present time the standing of the two schools is as follows: Advanced typewriting, Abraham Lincoln-o, Thomas Jefferson-6, advanced shorthand, Abraham Lincoln-4, Thomas JCHCYSOII-l. The following students represented Thomas Jefferson in the advanced typewriting: Clara Smith, Genevieve Troy, Elizabeth Loyd, Lola Hathaway, Marie Korth, Dorothy Flynn, Pauline Hoffer, Alice Phillips, Edward Scott, Nellie Mae Zielke, Beulah Leslie and Hazel Bostedt. The beginning typewriting was represented by the following: Dorothy Edwards, Dorothy Brennan, Irene Benedict, Bruce Baker, Gretchen McMillen, Thelma Cooley, Max Barber, Charles Drake, Ethel Cohen, Alice Richardson, Frank Grithtli and Catherine MclV1urrough. In advanced shorthand the following students represented the Orange and VVhite: Dorothy Flynn, Clara Smith, Lola Hathaway, Elizabeth Loyd, Pauline Hoffer, Hazel Bostedt, Alice Phillips, Genevieve Troy, Marie Korth, Mary Thogmarten, Nellie Mae Zielke, Beulah Leslie and Celesta Herwig. Each team was made up of iz. students. The contests between the two schools have established some keen rivalry, as well as bringing the students of the commercial departments of the two schools in closer touch with each other. The records that were made this year were far better than those established last year and it is our hope that the next two years will see all former records broken. . . .-. 4. . ,. , h , -.1 UAA W One Hundretl' Five " ,W A X r . ' ' A - ' 7 WT 'Q' s 1 u ' 1 W 413535 .- x 1 L t 1- G f Lt M J If-tQf+Jf-Ia ti '15 tw1lE1f1T'ff45 Z1 n - t V .- Y. - r---. , - , --W -,-v --, -t-A A- V M ,-t-..1- .Y V.. ,, -.,, .,.,. - . .. ,... .... ,.....,.v-...:.Y,-V--... .V -1.-.-,.,.v- . .,,.,,,,,-,.,, A District Commercial Contest District winners who ruprc- scntud Southwest Iowa in the Stzltc Cnn1n1crciz11 Conn-st in Dt-S NiUillL'SUl1 Nfzly I5. Much Crt-clit is due Miss Hutch- ison fur IICI' untiring efforts in cozlclming thc tt-:mms tn victory. th I xi Pqlulnn- Huffw' Kxl1lI'1l Smith Fllfzllw ,nfl ,-XfX1A'l'PIUR TYPING 'l'l11.XNI Ircnc Bcncclivt Dorothy Edwards Dorothy Brennan NOVICE TYPING TEAM g IQ1, ' . "26'f" 1 'fi ' W L, V -M Om? Hznnirni Six Ulu Svmlr . N QM ,. .AJ- fplllg T .gi mm U X ,,lfijgi,Qv.,.F , , iiiiiii - 53 T' T fe 7 1 1 .fl L4 I3 - IQ . '3 CD 5- ggi, 1 .. Q M EJ H:-if e ', ' .- 1 -- Flfaieslplifaa Q .xi MR. LEE M. LOCKHART Council Bluffs is unusually fortunate in having Mr. Lee NT. Lockhart, one of the most gifted hand directors in the country, as a leader of the school bands. Through his work the bands have risen to a position of prominence and have given to their audiences a superior quality of music. M RS. BELLE TILTON The outstanding work of the vocal department of our school is due largely to the devoted work and patience of Mrs. Belle Tilton. With willing co- operation of the members and competent supervision from their director, the chorus and Glee Clubs have become one of the formative factors in T. jfs life. MR. JOYCE CRIMM As goes the baton so goes an orchestra, and T. jfs is going strong under the careful supervision of its talented leader, Mr. Crimm. Mr. Crimm, in his short year of work at T. has given us an orchestra of which we are proud. Hats off to Mr. Crimml 5 26 W- One H zmdred E ight I -x ., vi A N ne w e.-'H-Hia-, - -Q 9 i -"'4i45"' :7 ,f iflr' ui. -55" 1 -mr t , .. my f -3 -M .fe- lll-ii .fi . 'T 'ml' M . , ' m -. , so-mill? ' I 1 me u..1 3 - I -I C, -- ige pk. -L 'if-' G Ililllfrll. 'n K t: ini-it -1 3' - - - 'i -4.1, F' -Jill! 35 ,if-ic:L'u7IT.ZT"..A.fl-Q51-7'5f-sl 1 "Our Band" iN! The Band as an activity of Council Bluffs Schools has done more to put the city into the foreground in state and national circles than perhaps any other activity of the school system. To see the advancement from a state of beginners, when not more than five or six members could play their instruments correctly, to one in which the rendition of the works of masters causes comment by leading state and national musical leaders, gives one but a cursory glance of progress in the last few years. The band is now composed of twenty-eight members. Our band shares with Abraham Lincoln, the honor of being the best high school band in the state and also having received national recognition. Our band is "on the job" in their uniforms at our games, and in our R. O. T. C. parades. They have played in a number of public entertainments. For one week they were the main feature at the Rialto Theatre in Omaha, both afternoon and evening. In May they entered in the State Music Contest at Iowa City. "Everyone" has heard about the Council Bluffs High School Band. "The Orchestra" KG! The Thomas Jefferson orchestra, now composed of twenty-two members has been coming to the foreground with large strides. Mr. Crimm, an artist in his profession has worked wonders with the orchestra in the short year he has been with us. The orchestra now approaches in some degree a relationship to the symphonic and inirendition of the works of such masters as Beethoven, Hadyen, and Mrmzart, show great promise. They have played an important part in the operettas, have aided in the success of the plays, have pleased audiences by playing over KOIL, and are always ready to give their best when asked to help out in any public performance. Such an organization will continue to advance the Council Bluffs Schools into first rank. A f 26. T i 1 .-, - ' 1 - - T One Hundred N im init ,1 lows r ew rf'QwLJQ mmlaes M ':'C:ij5fmmlE3 igge GSW ' .N -tt In L , -I E .F I I , x ml ... ??ll IP I U r-Miha in xl M I di ,I pl , ' x l .ailing li L .A I3 vi g hr it If-q at 4 j 53:-F Wiffg -s ,A - f- -e sv . , i X ,fi .. egg -,' LL --' f V --Y - K , J-f1n-J.?E"" " x . ,Q .sit .s .. J.. , .,,,. ., Orchestra VIOLINS: HORNS: Doris Pclron Edwzx rd Scott M :1 rie Hen demon Loy Dinkel Irismaie Sclrunizicker Evelyn Parrnrh Harold Hodgson Carlyle Dryden George Fuller HELLO: Irene Martin Mac' Palmer STRING BASS: Forest Hemstedt FLUTES: Esther Dinliel Ruth Pelron CLARINETS: Sidney VVilCox Jasper Price George Morgan TRUMPETS: Forest Miller VV:1lter Cassel Harold League TROMBONES: Robert King Don Reynolds Douglas Wilcox VVilliam Katzenstein Iino Skinner TUBA: Harry Rosenthal John Gruelach Raymond Spikcr Kenneth Smith BASSQON: PERCUSSION: VIULAI Claude Wvaternmn Roy VVHCOX Leigliton White PIANO: 5011116 Befhcfs Helen XVhitehook ---' Z-K-"'-X,-, A 26H1fAs - 1 r v V 'xw' ' 'Y W '-' QQQL' ' -'FS-K - One H umlretl Tn: A .,,,,7, Y , ,7 , ,7 ,,, Y, ,Y 7, W1 N ' 's , , , "E IF 4 T.. ii I 51253, M ' E m - N i ,S ' L., L- .gs ' " , gyw , ,- .I ED A Dil 52, 75325533 in ff? iJ t 1 mum QW to 1 -'if R , 1.11 'T.4 ',,,Q rg tg?-'Is A CLARINETS: Sidney Wilcox Helen VVhitebook Lowell Strobelc Imo Skinner john Gurelach George Utterback Wendell Mellor Helen Clark Bruce Stouffer Robert Rynll Clovis Myers FLUTE: Esther Dinkel 'Tl' ' , -- I Band CORNETS: Forest Miller Walter Cassel Harold League Cloice Myers Gordon Wilcox HORNS: Jasper Price George Morgan BARITONES: Douglas VVilcox Mac Palmer X, 26 4' BARITONE SAXOPHONE Dorothy Edwards TROMBONES: Robert King' Don Reynolds Hugh Jared BASS: Forest Hemstedt Raymond Spiker Robert Russel Homer Beezley PERCUSSION: Roy Wilcox Leighton VN'hite One H Illlliffli E Iefven gpg -M P if Q W Qiiuiis my flcajazw-f'.l L H Q al j IHIIHI 1 e3 Qiffiieififfi --1 g a: 1- i . 6 t ' ,.w...y-'vu - 'JL , K . ani? cn 1 '.., f e ,413 gLLlf:.c-1 .1':k+.'A1 '"'Y'fT"f1.'-,' Melody Maids Harmony Lads - I a AX- 26 'X a a e- f Y - One Hundred Twelve ma 4 -, nv' H' I.-fy? T f fFfUl' 7Ve if , . .1 ., ., l .mm 1 mpzi g in' ' 'if-i n ' fl ' Wgiim XX X' W" 'W' Kg R 'L A Dilip Q was if Q f-Qllee eirillwli -:L2.1di'-5f""'.- V '-i'!'i'ul'i- Ve4,A3 f?YA14s"f'YifTf2 Orange and White Scene QGlee Club Congertj MELODY MAID OFFICERS Prfsidrnt Qlfirst Semesterj ....e.,. , ,7,..7 , ,.,.,,.,.,,.,,,, e,,,v. . ..,.,.. , ,.eee,,. N ELLIE MAY ZIELKE Prrxidf-nt QSecond Semesterj ..,.,, ,,...,, G OLDIE 'IQHYSTRUP Sfarrmry ......,,.,.,,.,..,. ,.,e..,...e..... .ee,,,.., , R UTH LIDDELL Tfl'IIXIlft'f Prvsiflrrzt .,.,,., ' HARMONY LAD OFFICERS Vial'-Pn'Jid1'nI ,....,., Sz'rr'f'frzry ...,...,.,.. 7'l'I'l?.fIIfI'!',- I fs 26 Ie GVVENDOLYN KEMP ,---,.,LOREN DAVIDSON ,-.,----eFRxzD NUZUM -,,W,C.u,v1N REICHART ,.-,-.,LEWIS I'IALSTE.-XD Om' HHlll'1I'K:'l? Tlzirleen Q 4 M P WMP Wa - V . ' U ' ' C W Ames!! J-J X' VX wfrffwrfil' .I 5 ' 'L 1 5 5 D ,, D Q e L ' i fi ' M :e H' M: :SJ CJ UL f 'WI' Eli QQ ,4.l-31:3 e - - ' - 71 ' F--J-U5 Fw ? 1 -- ..,, gm -l':.-fiiii' e 1.,fi1E1Q:iU,.L,e+vy f Q if E15E17i7.Ekx"fEf'33fl+SLf?iE3L?ff I 7 R 3127.5 EI . Q L --f,- Scenes From Pickles I A W fri .., .- "J XR! 1 A1-. 'A '., 4 --" ,,. ' , V- -Y -mfs. ',.,Ag,'-f"'TJ' I ' 26 SQ W J ' 'V-A if 1'gl1'-Q.-I'.'L 'ji-fffj'j3fA...ixl , XAL1.,--H Av- PVAV J, Om' Humlrefl Fourlvfn 'if , f f ,i i- I 'fliillsllllll' . in n a l m N r ll .32 ea . X All lllf " Hin iijiiiiii El iv rj - 12 I::'el:.:,:: Eu Z g hug, ,wi La it 5 3:5 1 . 1 ""' i' ' ' Q-- ? , , Y YEL' 'fi-' Y " f iii - --- Music Contest The llflusie Contest this year at Thomas Jefferson proved to furnish a very enjoyable program consisting of a difficult grade of music exceptionally well pro- duced. It showed hard work on the part of the contestants and director combined with some very fine talent. The winners of first places were as follows: Piano Solo ,t.,,,. t ,,,,.-HELEN Wnrrgnooic S0111-fum .,,..,.. ,C f,.,, NELLIE MAY ZIELKE T1-nor ...., H ,t.t ,LOREN DAVIDSON fllto ,t.,,, ..,-..ELIZABE'I'H CURTIS Baritone ,.t,.. .,..,,., X VAL'l'ER Cassm. Bas! t,.,..,.,.t,tt, .. ,.t,, VERNON NELSON fllrzzfu Sojwrzmn ..,, ,..,,..,, ,,..,.,,,,.,. , , .,,,.,,,,, Y ,,,,. ,.., . .. .,,. ..,, ,, .,,,.,,.,,,,,t ,,HELEN lNflOSl-IER Loren Davidson, Goldie Thystrup, Helen Yvhiteliook in solo work, and a girl's trio, girlls quartette and boys quartette competed in the Divisional Music Contest at Red Iowa, la. Here Goldie Thystrup and Loren Davidson took first places. Goldie and Loren, the Harmony Lads and Consolidated Band, represented us in the State Music Contest at Iowa City. -pn -xv-H 1- -fe'-D N 2 e is - D gf- et- , - One Hundred Fiffeen Iii: fs: ' f h rv Q 3 2 " D ' lllhlii' Q B will A VE rj .41-7 - .3 425' Tilt- ,, Q s llilllllf A- Q . ..:.,..:ar,':lg .J ":- -1-..':r'-F -9 is , i s V Glee Club Work SQ' The Melody Maids and Harmony Lads under the direction of lVlrs. Belle Tilton have brought much honor to Thomas Jefferson through their excellent work. The first production of the year' was that of the annual orchestra and glee club concert, in which was featured the famous "Orange and VVhite Scenef' In this concert were many ensembles and individual numbers which showed much talent in the glee clubs early in the year. Here they introduced for the first time their new orange and white costumes. The next big work was that of the unusual operetta "Pickles". This was a very entertaining musical comedy, given in costume and was an excellent result of hard work by both leads and choruses. It was enjoyed by large audiences two differ- ent evenings. U The spring operetta given was "The Chimes of Normandyl' which also brought much praise to the work of the glee clubs and Mrs. Tilton. These clubs have always been found willing to add musical numbers to school circles. They have been heard at clubs, churches and community gatherings. They sangs for one week at the Broadway Theater. What is more their fame has spread to many states, as a result of singing over KOIL, Council Bluifs Radio Station. Here they have presented "Pickles" twice and have given several other concerts and individual numbrs. Over 250 letters and about 500 phone calls were received with such com- ments as: I "Congratulations to Harmony Lads and lVIelody Maitls of Thomas Jefferson High School." A "Their work is unusual for high schoolf, "VVould like to hear them again." "The Pickles were extraordinarily sweet." "Compliments to Mrs. Tilton on her work." The letters came from such places M Lions City, Iowa, Thermopolis, VVyo.3 Iowa City, Iowa, Valley, Neb.5 Mercer, Wis.g Glenstead, Mo., Fort Omaha, Neb., Fort Dodge, Iowa. Council Bluffs is proud of the work in the Thomas Jefferson music department and is glad to share it with other parts of the country. i 26 A- ' s BZ ,, f il ' Y --v ' v -WA One H nmlrerl S ixffen gg ' Y 'A'-' x " 57 V' A A mimi ., - F Y ' .lll n ,t A ' -ml' y In 1 ll an k m at Q ei il fini --A E Il Il- ' ::,:::.:: D, ii 2 Clic k, E as t S l! lllllllll. 53 g E5 ' L azecsafaf? 4+ XVILLIAM H. THoMPsoN fffhffffm' 1Jfl'r'4'1m' Seldom in high school faculties is there a man so well qualified to coach, and so highly respected as "Bill" Thompson. He is more than a coach, he typifies high school sportsmanship. His success has been exceptional because he is a good fellow, he is interested in his work, and he "knows his stuff". He has a method all his own for obtaining results from a team. Because of his own pep and enthusiasm he can hold the interest and respect of the fellows under him. This year he moulded the meager football material into a team that was aggressive and successfulg he produced a basketball team that obtained unusual results. Not only did he develop manly playing and good sportsmanship, but he installed in those teams a fighting spirit that never died until the final whistle. The student body, interested in the welfare of T. H. S. looks forward to the return of Coach Thompson, in whom they place implicit faith to retain the posi- tion he has placed T. athletically. One Hundred Sevmleen ,Qi i 'r wlrm 'Wh fy. x 1 mtg lull ll '? ,Ir'!g'1 Lili ll I 1IlHI m 12 i l i g t Q liiiniislm s .. is a 21- ,iii G 1 - li if i' M - , --' .. -... R' . -!- LL 4 'LT'-iY', WL- 'f ' ,EF 14 -fa::3T:.z+ YR.-. - f - , l, MR. -IOHN F. REINEL Mr. John F. Reinel in his first attempt to build up a neat working grid machine has proven to us that he is the man for that position. Mr. Reinel put the fighting spirit into the Freshmen and gave them the desire to win for which all of the T. football teams are noted. Mr. Reinel will be hack next year producing a winning freshmen team for the "Orange and White", MRS. EULA SMITH M rs. Eula Smith, girls' physical training teacher at Thomas Jefferson, is largely responsible for the success the girls have had and are having in all athletics and in the May Festival. Her untiring efforts in coaching the girls and her pleasing personality, makes it a pleasure to work and play under her direction. MR. EDXVIN J. REINEL Mr. Edwin J. Reinel Came to Thomas Jefferson High School last September as assistant football coach. The out- standing record made by the first team was highly due to the consistent work of Mr. Rienel's eiiieeiently coached second team. One H umlreil E ighzeen .-xv - A I 7 v-v. Uhr Grill . -Yfaiit' . f fflliawgmf f' 2,- ' 3' AJ'-zlliilg ,halt " --5 ' ,M til L" 5: l E-W -wg Q: -4r-"l9'- N ' 1-59 V' - D - swam U Q G els!-1 at '-' e liiiiizri e Q E+ e ,e:.'r" - '-113'r"f"'9 "EV-' . o T . s X Football Review '42 The fourth gridiron season for Thomas Jefferson was a very successful one. With Coach Thompson at the helm the boys of the Orange and White developed into a very effective defensive team and won the majority of their games. The fall of 1925, was one of the best seasons in the history of T. VVe won five games, tied with CedarfRapids fNational Interscholastic Champions of 1924J and lost but two games. The two games lost were lost to better teams and we heartily await meeting them next year, and anticipate that the games played then will be as clean, and will display the same football talent that was shown this year. Much credit must be given to such members of the team as Russell Cox, Charles Cavett, Virgil Kreger and Howard Gordon, all of whom were chosen on all state teams. We should give our commendations to the man that made this team and made the boys put into it the best they had, Mr. W. H. Thompson. It must also be remembered that those who stand the shock so that the first team may become proficient, are the seconds, and to Mr. Reinel and his never tiring aggregation we want to give our appreciation. In the annual classic, Abraham Lincoln proved to have the best football team and downed T. J. by a score of I3 to 6 in the worst defeat given to the T. J. team. A. L. was the only team that was able to cross T. J.'s goal line. It will be remembered by every one'who saw it as the best game ever seen on the T. J. field. At thc first half the score stood 6 to 6. The second half started and here is where A. L.'s weight and age proved to be an asset to them. But we will not have any alibi to offer for losing this game, but heartily await meeting them next year and hope that the good spirit between the two schools will last forever. As Coach Schulte, of Nebraska says, "The scores will not be remembered long, but the way you played the game will always be remembered." The Cedar Rapids game was the hardest and best game any football team of Thomas Jefferson ever played. It was played at Cedar Rapids and a group of loyal T. J. rooters were there to keep up the old light for which Thompson's teams are noted. It was truly a fight to the finish. Although outweighed, and some thought outclassed, the T. J. warriors could not be outfought consequently they could not he beaten. VVhen the final whistle blew T. J. was within ten yards of a touchdown. During' the three years that Coach Thompson has been at T. his team has won zx games, lost z and tied one. In those three years his teams have scored 391 points to their opponents, 23. We hope that the coming years will be as successful as those of the 112151. - f fe-ee 26 -K f v 1- -Ax , ' One Hundred Twenty ,v ,jail "ML 1 W1 vm, 1111111 gina " L-4 I2 M-' C7 IEIIIPII Q L Ii 7 . :I 's is X- ,. it ' ' V NG! 5 I iskgs n It 1 1 -Q :il . ' X A V- K . - A- - Iig,1t:,S3 1 D1, , i EA t y Q7 i GV ,Y k 15' , V 1 V1 QT. Q 1 ' - A Q ' , ' lin, . , r, A xr X E 111ml QQ Q C F7 F? D .51 -5,,,.h::.rf:g' 1-7 1 - !+E'21ti?".ri1-WL. .Q-554 ig-L-19I:-w JEL - WY --X' ' "The Yellow jackets" Back Row-Cupclauxd, Frcid, Lnrncd, Walkcr, Turner, Foster, Gordon, Nelson, Hncklcy, Miller, VVUOIIHZIH. Frmmt lz0Vl'iXvI!l'llL'I', Anderson, Krcger, Hodcn, Dutton, Cavctt, Cox, Kcrns, Miller. '11 J.. , T. J. T. J. '11 J. '11 J. '11 1, '11 1. T Total . 1.11 11111,.,,.11 , FOOTBALL-1926 20 Plattsmmzrh 11 0 .- O South c3ll1Ilh2l,,,,,, 3 ...,- GlCllW'l5l1l1 ,,,,, 2 ,.,,- 26 Sidney O O Cedar Rapids., 0 ,W x Randolph .,,...,., 0 1, 28 North Omahzl ,11.,,,.,, o .-.W 6 Abraham Lincoln un. I3 122 'I'11ml11 ,111 18 1 -f f-f 1,26 A , l v-sv Q i v Xi i Our Huu1lrt.l 7v'IL'FlIf'l'-ONE ..ll ' ..ig'isig- f--"8" .,- r.-J"."., ' 43 , avfff' 'Q' 1 f ' " 432 v 4 in If mln ,. ,., nl ,-S - . , up A I. ns. . Q 'N' :..J ' K r Sl H I an E3 . guna? 'J' " ' Q Q '22 K, gh: , I In ' I Kfgiiilgvgfglllil, J Nutz. . 1 'ivhffltnl Mlm. , Q imwqzflfi-5 H 'ii lwl Q' Q B ' P ' Eli, Q . 'HMI Q a.n....."i- Y 314 . 1 Y 1. Y . 41 , Y W, - gIL3e... . Al J S-imai'ifiP1H':?-'ifww-fi! Hi " .M'P"'fA? Hfefflf- 11 It "YIM , H -W 1" ' , ' Lg :a..L...Ha.H1-' In .Utiidmh F111-1, . .W-.rs -2-A 1' " fi' gi 3 . :nl- RALPH HAcx1.i-:Y Junior XYeight 1:24 l year Ralph was at valuable man un lmth nitense and defense He could make hules and gn through the defense. 'He could make the man with the hall. Ralplrs weight ought to he an asset to the line next year. and great things are expected nf him during the next season, Kr.NNi-:TH Kuims Junior tl-Ialfhackb XVeigz,'ht 135 1 year Kenneth is young: and inexperienced at handling: the pigskin, but he has the ability, willingness and de- termination that goes to make a good fnuthall player. He ought tn be an asset to the T. J. hack-field next year. Vnuzu. KRIHCER "Vina" ' Senior t'1'at-klf-J XVei,2,'l1t l7Cl Z2 years Virgil Kreger. the husky blonde, a power on nffense and a stone wall on de- fense, He was a demun tu his opposing' tackle and zu terror to the hackfield, fur he was always spilling' his man and nahbing' the man with the ball-many Lmes he-fore they were started. "Virg"' a l w it y s worked hard. and because of it earned a position on one nf the mythical all-state team selections. He will he une of the sorruwful losses tu T. J. next year. L'n.xiu.r s C.xvr'r'i' "SPH: K I-In .lmlior gventerl Weigxht 155 l year "Snecke" is a chin off the nld hluck. Just like his hifi brother "Bill"'dependahle any place un the team. I-Ie is a grand center and a deadly tackler. Next year he ought to he a valuable cog in 'l'humas .1effersun's ftmthall machine. lt will he his last year tu fight for T. J. ff ,-- . - -f-f"" ' s"X-we ,- ---...- ' T -A--V... ,W -. 1 T' ff ff' 26 it if-H ,MR,,--.. .Ivy ,f-'N-.,,,,,H'--x,..,..--f 'XW,,wW5.J - I One HlIll1lI'E1l Tauenty-tquo ' b ff ':lil!1EfiA AE 'i f N H ll ' '- , get - - - .-::-zap... I V Q D D ' 1 I :ul .- V -'V I y fi- 3 ' - LJ 5 -f .Fil-' srar Q- t ""' ' ' 4 .1-A is-J Tri W5 'ii T 4 H , q?Sl.-7v:H-.- , WWLL ' ix' ' a if + . ' t 1 s.f5il35ilil'Ii': if A W' li in f hflllifm 5? Y--4 -H llllml- 12-' l i i. " eg Q an - 5 'li' ivan LLJ D :J cv - ,A ,il Q 3, gunna: , if ni' 14-'iwfilu w srl. :mf .4 1-iai mi-Militia!1?-!'ff'3'iW1fr::,.. -H, ei. if rr "K VI-1m'!1!:g.-1 M - v .V-Mi.. J--ws,-1-,.,.4-.'.,-,.,,,.f. -.ly . , .Lick HunifN Junior Il'Q'lllvi'J Weiglit 165 2 years .laek's passes are accu- rate. He is a vlever and talkative center-Clever in ontg'uessing:,' his nppnnents, sneaking: through the line and smearing up plays: talkative in making' his opponents afraid of him. .lark has one more year to iight for T .I. .4lLm:k'1' Tuknisiz "AL" Junior LHalflrackl lVeig'hi H0 l year Turner, altlimigli inexpe- rienced, was a valuable cog in the T. J. machine. He is a consistent player and n gland interference runner. lf he improves next year as he should, and puts on a little weight this surn- mer, he will be a good g'round-g'ainer fur 'l'. .l. next season. IJARRIQL1, Du'r'roN Junior iGuardJ lYeig'l1tl55 2 years Darrell is at guud line- man, and his weight will he a great asset to the line next year. Darrell, in all probabilities, will Fill the vacancy at left tackle, left by Kreger this year, His speed and experience will he nf great benefit to him next year. jonw "Hour" Frm-in .lzmior XVeig'ht 120 1 year "Hoon" was the smallest man on the football squad this year. I-Ie was a fast. quick and Clever little halfback. His smallness was his only handicap, and if he grows like he shnuld this summer, he will be ai valuahle cop: in Thomp- son's grid inacliine next year. rf ff .M--1. -we-s. A . ,,,.- QE ff 26 -A ,.: t ff f-N s 3Q , X. - Our Hlflnlnni T-wellry-three ur PI ' R" ":' 3 'lfllf f t . mf ,fl fr ll Emai l 'lm R ,r i f- I'lq61Ti' x:!?" 5 :ff iiiiifiii i' Q 4- i" L-J ', C3 -P N .. , :imc-:.7 i 'fH'S,:: u D -..M ti y MIM W3 g.,.I.,.,:- , N .. .- r I sm is 'J L 3' -L , IJ e 1.54.-113' - fig- q'N"' 51 mL JEIREWBBXPB- Romcm' "Bon" lVIiLLiLv. Senior Wviglit H5 1 year "Bob" was a valuable man to T. J.'s line this year. and he was always snatcliing passes out of, the air. "Bob" had lots of football ability and tight. He was consistent and de- pendable at all times. He will he missed by next j'P2ll"S football squad. lioxuun "llownx"' Goxnox Junior QHaIfbz1CkJ "ll1m'dy" has proven his ability as il football player by Iilling his "big" broth- er's position at halfbnck. "Howdy" is at vlever. shifty halfbuck. who can slide off the tackles, around the ends and through the line with at low, hard cl1arg:c- that has led the way for many ax touvh- down. He has one more' year to fight for T. J. Cu.xR1,i-is "C1iu'K" VVARN ER Senior XYeig'ht 168 l year "L'l1uvk's" weight was an asset to the team. He lacked experience, but, taking everything into consideration, he -was a good man and will be missed next year. W11.LiAM "B1LL'l Fosrizn ' Senior XYeight 165 1 year "Bill" Could use his hands to a great advan- tage and always kept his opponents worried. He was handicapped by sickness this year, but when he was well, he gave the football men something to worry about. ,f - V. ..--- . 'Iv-"' rf Q.: Vw- ,T.Z-4-.':-'ffl' 'f:.- Tir: . ff--' N. 7 . sn'- -ff 1' 'N ' ,,:...e mp' F! ,, "' I -.2 Uri f- ' ily' ATU, I f ,aim ma I i-Zi 1 ia, W 'fi' '.,-asm! e as ' li ' ' I l ' L-1 D - Q' liillllli Q S- ff 4 119 J.,-lf? ' l::2:::.5,::I - C: EE , ' -iii . f-1 G 1 . liilliil. L get - 1 uxxfiiv .3 , i' I 3g1, , uaiglg ,J f 5 WYNNE ANDERSON "VV1Nm"' 3 ,Junior , ' I lfl nd J Weight 1118 1 year "iVindy" was inexperi- enced this year, but next year oug-:ht to find him flll- ing: the vacancy left by Robert Miller, a senior. "XVindy" is just like his big brother "Huss." as he can pick passes out of the air and tackle. Next year will be his last chance to show his football ability on a T. J. team, VERNON NELSON "Run" ' Sophomore tFullbackJ Weigrlit 165 I yeau' "Red" was handicapped by injuries this season, but he has the ability, weight and speed to make a good football player. Although young' and inexperienced at the game, he has some wonderful chances of de- veloping into a "Red Grange" and should, in his next two years at Thomas Jefferson, make a record for himself and his school. EARL WAI. KHP. Junior llindl NYeight 140 i year Earl is at dependable end, and was usually found on the receiving end of the passes. No one needed to worry about him holding down his end of the line. Earl says he is going' to give "Harney" some com- petition next year for the quarterback position. Earl has only one more year to tifrlit for T. J. Lixr.-xl. "HARNlfr" LARNED .lzmior UQLlTll'tQ"l'll2lClil XVf-ight 148 2 years "Harney" has been quar- terback for the T. J. foot- ball team for the past two years. He can call signals, carry back punts, sneak through the center of the line, and has natural foot- ball ability. His coolness and experience ought to make him the best quarter- , hack in the state next year. E 2 I 3 i ' 1 ANA-Ming-r - -- - ..,. ..., VQAI A -v 4 X- N 1 fed bf. - . if ,, J e -f"'------ss-f-+51ef-srL.n-f--M X-was- "'X.e,s,.- ' n One H nmlrerl Twenty-fivg wt' 'Ji .zdi 154 ' GH'I fl Xb.. llllq I i L--'E QQ Li llllll E3 1:3417 x... .amiifL?1g':' "r W, ' u p 1 Egg iilllll lim wi ll .5 fl -flesijm I - f !!EL!!!l!i'1 Q , il ,, t .."' , M Ing--I' ' T, Y f-4:24 , -w.,-.. Rcsrzti. Cox "Russ" Senior LGuzirdJ Weight 170 2 years "Russ" got a late start this year, due to injuries. but after the South Omaha game, started to play his game of football in good style. He is a good guard and never gave an ineh In his opponents that they rlidn't earn. "Russ" was rhosen on one all-state sec- ond team this year. Hc will be missed by his teammates. jAt'K Woo1.:u.AN B Il5ilIFX.f M l?l1iIAQ'f'l' Last, but not least, our football manager, -Jack XYoolman-the fellow who gets all the dirty work and but little praise and honor. He performed his dutgas faithfully, administeri g iodine. bandages a n d splints. Tn fact, he acted in the capacity of "general flunkyf' from messenger boy to a doctor. XVe are sure he earned his letter, Cl..-KRl1NL'l-Q M ILLI-TR "LH-s'1'x"' .luuiar flflalfbackj XVeig'ht 140 l year "Lefty" is small, quick, fast and a clever halfback. He can see the holes and usually manages to get through them. "Lefty" has a quick get-away and will probably he a candidate for "Bob's" end, as he can grab passes and is a hard man to tackle in open field. -7 l One Hundred Twenty-.fix d 1'-' ' 26 'A' i. I P' -, .lf Jr" JAQK X X. ' 'i y R NX x. X, -ew.. x 35511 ? E136 'I i -11 n'r3s Q1 K- mo .mm QM .x ill!!! - Glam r-1257 6. 4' -N il - ' 1 -"Tl xlylswll li sm . .Q 21" . ., a l "W ll W' . - -: ' ' Q fp, tj ,LJ gil lig1:!:.l:: 10- K C3 CNQ f C-3 n -.1-.L Fi!-4' L 1.1.1 .CL N1-si. The Second Team Back Row-Rearnlon, Morris, Foster, Butler, flllil1lXYlCk, Drakc. Front Row-Bxwcdlow, Auppcrle, Fagan, Lainson, James. Central, Omaha Creighton, Omaha Technical, Omaha - 1 , f' -W-'A--X Y The following schools were played by thc second team' North, Omaha South, Omaha Iowa School for Deaf 'T' A 26 One l111rl.!1'fn1' Tu enly -se1'e'11 W3 .4 , ,sting -' f-:ill ' '--J CJ 3 cn 3 :Ll f"'l X117 3 1 ll an 1 5 MF ... -.:r,..'ra.."-ara. vm- -1- G- -- -r - .1 Review of Freshmen Team :RC Thomas Jefferson was privileged to become a participant in a new athletic activity introduced by Mr. Wurl, Director of Physical Education. For the first time in history of Council Bluffs the Freshmen of all the city schools were organized into football teams and assigned coaches who gave their full time to this activity. A schedule of six games was arranged enabling each of the three teams to meet the others in one home and one "away" game. A Practice at T. was under the direction of Mr. F. Reinel. About thirty Freshies responded to the call and worked diligently to prepare for the opening game with Bloomer. . Bloomer invaded the west end confident their machine would crush the locals. The game was a thriller from start to finish. T. had the ball oh the two yard line but the boys from uptown held them for downs. Concentrated practice during the week that followed, secured the desired results and T. defeated Lincoln I6-6 in a remarkable exhibition of prep football. The generalship of Lewis, T. quarterback was a feature of the game. Bloomer was prepared to demonstrate their superiority after T. had held them to a tie and entered the second T. J.-Bloomer encounter intent on winning. They scored a touchdown in the first two minutes of play. T. came back with the characteristic fight and put two touchdowns acrossq Sulhoff kicked goal on one. The final score was T. I3-Bloomer 6. The final game of the season was with A. L. The T. boys were primed for a win but were forced to accept a technical victory on a forfeit because A. L. failed to report. T. thus had the undisputed claim to the city championship. A gratifying feature of the T. Freshmen Champions was that they were a team. In the backfield Sulhoff's toe and plunging ability boosted many scores, Ander- son and Endicott skirted the ends for substantial gains and the brainy generalship of Dave Lewis at quarter kept the enemy worried at all times. The passes of Ed Hoden from center were consistently accurateg Jack Henry and Chester Snethen performed well at guards. Lytell and Captain Foster stopped many plays behind the line, and Lund and Carbaugh at ends were sure tacklers and veritable baskets at the receiving end of Anderson's forward passes. Hammons, Rosenthal and Sum- merville were utility men of first-string caliber. We are hoping the Freshmen of the future follow in the course this class iris blazed and next year finds the championship again in T. A 'F T' XA" 26 " ' -A -. Y ,- v,s i I One Hundred Tfwenty-eight t ,PFI . , - - '-1' '1.Alf1L-Qflyifii , f 51' it - '...H:., 5 2 In -Q L i - 4- A 5 ,gf I H IQ' JN F- I Fi. fl will l m'M"J ' Iii! iii All I nn I u .sa 'iii N i y vt .e..,..s.- 1 Qffljif " ' liillill Q 'ff' T' 'I '. it Z 4- ::':::::f,1I 1: - , if ' l " ' Q ' A lilllhil A HELEN: -1- 54 -' 'I U U! - " TL 4 . I A in 1 l .qE'ai'i' Pr 1w1H'f11m p er A . ,J All' --Q ' IU- R! . X I iiauiiir eg 43 f- VT ,ff :Q 4:3 e Iiiiiiiii s Dm ,MTM ..l i.: Q V7 E w :Z J 'L,- - 'c.' 1 N--mfnxflf' -::Jfa-+"-::, -:r- .-:m,..,.f,,.-A -A T , was The Freshmen Back Row-Endicott, Sulhoff, Sncthcn, Foster, Henry, Ilodun, Lytcl, Anderson. Front Row-Rosenthal, Lund, W2ll'Ht'l', Carbnuglm, Lewis, Hmmnomls, Rhodes, Armstrong, Phoenix. STANDING OF TEAMS VVnn Tied Lost Pct. Thornas Jefferson nn- jg I 0 H 1000 Bloomer ....,...,e.,e.... 1 2 1 500 Abraham Lincoln ,.,,. .,... O I 2 OOO f 26 ,X e n One H1Hn1rf'J T-uvenly-ilirle .., . -QQ QU- I, , 1- 'N " ' K ' r Q ,. 1 ' 'nw 552:11 - W . sid dliily L , I 'IM-H.: A B :p l Q' :At r I ' 'K' .. LQ ggiii--g M Q g V- fa 1 fl f'jC3 ffT"'T ' l::'2:: D :J ., ,J T: A f ,..., G ...M QSM ' ...!"- .Q 'f',' Y, Q. 'f Y 4- , T 741 V, -if -V, 4 .,-1 '- ---Q.....--""'1-'fu -"--Q--Y---. . , , -f-'fx----- ' -f--K--, ,--. 1 ' 31 ,-.ig .5,,.,.Ig+-,.4'Fiwrw - Y - qv. Y ff, jg' :Fi-V'-"K:-'McTF'.,!'a'?455,'2--Ln ,f . ', ' .. .. x - ., -1 ,. . 1. -U , . ,,- - . X .,,, . .V ,....,,- ,,.....,.A -.-W ---N--M .- A . , V, .5-,, . ,,,ff N-A-....,,..,-f----Q--- -A .-,,- -N JN., JJ ' f '--.1-,-' One Hlzmlrcd Tllirly ' dz E112 iflnnr 0 f-K. , gatsiasws . ., 9 wg -, y. . . tif sttiilfzllzilllilili tim e 138 23 i- +1 . rnlllii wrt- ,e!.-:Baal 1 "-1 - f " - - mir is Q fs- set ik C5363 D Q ,U:ga"' gi K IB E- C' 2: I K 3 A i 2'4-541"5'E-'f'4'-Ti'-"Trl" -9- 'F-'S' ' Y " " N' i f H - - g A,,,,, Basketball Review The strategy which was displayed in all our games this year as well as the splendid team work, speaks adequately for the type of training these boys received. The team as a-whole was inexperienced and young but nevertheless they had infested in them the fight and ,spirit for which all of Coach Thompson's teams are noted throughout this part of the country. With this team Coach Thompson beat such teams as Monidamin, South Omaha, lVlissouri Valley, Sioux City, hflalvern, North Omaha, Silver City and Abraham Lincoln. Thompson's team was undefeated until after ineligibility rules hit it. Then at a critical time Laval Larned, Thomas JeHerson's star guard became ineligible soon to be followed by Homer Drake who is known as T. jfs best forward. Drake had played his required amount of basketball allowed by the rules which made him ineligible during the second semester. This was a terrible blow to Thompson's team and he spent the rest of the season trying to remedy it. Some of the most thrilling and interesting games played this year by T. J.'s basketeers were not victories. But the basketball ability that was displayed in these games and the fighting of the team to uphold the laurels of T. was better dis- played. No team found the yellow-jackets an easy team to beat. Creighton Prep. and Sioux City, both the best teams in their respective states had to play extra period, to defeat T. J. and then it was only by the narrow margin of I3-I2 and I9-18. In summarizing the season, a great deal of credit must be given to the men who have played their last game for the Orange and White. The best and greatest forward T. has ever had, Homer Drake, the steady and sure shot Robert Miller are men that will be remembered and mixed. Coach Thompson will have left next year, Vernon Nelson, Howard Gordon, Laval Larned, Earl Walker, Darrel Dutton, Charles Cavett, and Darrel McTwig- gan out of which to build a basketball team. This next year's team should carry on the "old fight". ' ec 'lfifflf 26 A' Y C- One Hnmlrcri Thirly-I-wo -341354 ' 'Jdi 1 - gjlnlllllhllll l -F nllwl ,J Ill i gi L+ L, L-' XE E D D 'n U M L: 55:2 miami V3 .Q 3112 1, r... 'W , ujfwiigquw 1 l ' aj T . ' ri .iii Wm ' X . i i96lTTl i ii'J Qv , i - , . ff- 4 ' V ,, of em ' 4 K ' '!:l:':.E::I Q ,, ' N, Trng fi Q . , K bn l rl D rj hw -I' il Q - - Lf , , 1?fI"" 1f 44.:J1-5d1"", "'-iv: -- 'L ' . V . .... , V , .1 .. , . , 7 ,... .W . W mfs, W--:.-LL: ..., V ...K f -.-v .. . -L,L...., l "THE YELLOVV .L-XCKE'1'S" Back Row-Dutton, Amin-rson, Calvert, Nelson, lN'lC'I'wiggui1, Nlillcr Front Row-Gordon, Drake, VV:1lk0r, C. Druliu. l5ASKE'l'l3ALL-1926 T. J., ..,. ,, v,.,,,,,, 26 Silver City 24 T. .,,,A 2.1, lwomlzunin .,,7.,, ..., . ., 20 T. ,,,,, .. , 'gl North Omaha I6 T. -I. ,,.,, 35 South Omaha ,.,.., ,,,... A gl T. . , I6 Missouri Valley ...,, I3 T. ,,,., ,W I2 Sioux City .,,,,,,,.,,,,,,, ...W II T. J. I2 Creighton Prep ..,.,., ,. I3 T. ,.L,, 31 Malvern .,,,,..,,,,,,,, 9 T. il. .,,,, ..,, 1 4 South Omalm , 18 T. ..,.. ,.,, I 2 Missouri Vzlllcy I3 T. ..,., 18 Sioux City ..,.,.. , .,.,, ,,,., , , IQ T. J. ..., , ,, , I9 Abrahzun Lincoln ,,,.,, ,,,,,, - I4 .T 26 . , , One Hunrlrerl Thirly-lllree I . I5 ' tilijiimifhii ' T F' . q ,.. " . A? , y f ibm' uhm '.g'iF!s.5l l h M' 5' '11 Q P I 'J - " ' ' 'A Q V' . Q-52.3 i llama!! Q. Q fs!- J fl' -:.1"-'ar A . sl , - . mwmmxfamrmmmmmmswmzfrwivimzrzrmmsnmvms . -.umm "Bon" M 11.1.1-ik f'I-'oramrill "ll-uh" was the scuring. king' for 'l'. J. this year. "Bull" had an Q-aprle r-ye for the basket and always kept his nppmit-nts worried about what he was going: to du next. Ht- was always win-re his 0 p p in n e n t s wishe-d he wasnt He was very hard tn guard. and will he rt-nwnilwrod next yvar by his IHZIII1 mates. "VV1xm'l' .-wincusox ffilllllllj "lYi11dy" was like thc rest uf our guards this year-al. good floor man and also :L good shut from the f-enter nf the floor. Great things are oxlwctmi of "XVindy" ne-xt year, uSl'liCKH Owl-L'1"1' f'Ceurerl "SpGvk" has the lmnur of being second high puint man of the season His ability to ily in the short shots is u n h e a t a b l 0. "Speck" also has another year to fight for T. J. Great things are vxpt-vtvd of him next your. Vixen. Kkxcczrzx fL'mrw-j Virgil showed his ability to make his uppmwnts re- spect him in the South Omaha ganw. Althuugih Virgil did not get to play much this year. the time he was in thv game he was always fighting for the "Orange and XYhite." Virgil will he greatly missed next yvar. , ..- -Y A ,. S ,Y . ' 'f----. Y - .il -1 " -A-' V PJ-,tfvtlrn .Vt-fsk , 1 Y F . -15" BHP" ilN5f5.t 1 ' . Y "xr Nail . :VTTY r-Vw "J F?qfV"' ."K"L' 'r H I4 ' -If zglld i 1 '- e J.: mf- .. ,V+-j?5i'i't.'?.1Q+-4 lil its-:iv F - 26 ., 2v?5'ff?f?11glial!-'i?'iW3?7g1i52i1:lff?,1iLu7'a'xii'-'Lf ':+a?,211.rt1. -.L ,.-- --awk ,A-V---.-.HMV . -xi -,. Y 6 R-,nge , ,. ,- ---.,,-,..,- -..-V ...t Y - - V --xg, xx - l JA: , t , One H rzudred Thiriy-four in ia I migiifii wxn , E ii iiill f'- 'U li 'WH 1 ififii' -'ill' ' W '!'m"' 1"-' ' 5-f-' W' i ' 4, All QT- ?-fi I -44 '.n.."L.. "'f'i+ 'ft'nAR1.iia" DRA Ki-t f' I"oraum'.U Charlie, a liruthvr tn Homer, stepped into his brother's shoes at the end of the first semester, and altlinugli he did nut quite fill them this year, great things are expected nf him next yea r. '4Ricn" Ni-1i.soN fGnm-.U "lied" was the mainstay of the squad this year. He was noted for his Hour work and long' shots. South High of Omaha. in picking' an "all opponent" team, chose "lied" as guard. In his two remain- ing' years here "Red" will iight for T. .l. llwtxi-,1. l,L"l"l'ON ftinarilj Darrel was a man whnni Uoavli Thompson could de- pend on when sending' him into the game at any time, and feel at ease that he would tight to the last minute. Darrel was an- other man who did nut get to play much this season. but next year he will prob- ably have a chance at H'll?ll'd. EARL WALKHL fv1'10I'-1L'L1I'iI', Earl was noted this sea- snn for his floor work and hghting spirit. In several games he did not scare in the early part of the game, but came back in the last few minutes with a goal, winning for T. J. Earl will he hack again next year, Sigma On: Hmzdrml Thirty-five lx i 1 I Wr it-q,, ,, mx? W :Eg l -ggi nm..i!!l -it 'lf' will l 3 l Q gill isissnis 2 Qif - L hi, .' F7 2 XZ, -f- - ' t' - i -q,tf5ErLQ554f.f +21 if-1i3,'Q2L'Tk3.f5L'f M 1""'?I'BlfE2'5'fL"3'ffJ2ff?f.'1iFaTf'?fS'ff".....T'ffI'ffT1ffIf'. ','k. Iff1f"Q'ffTf.'f'f'fI""?.f.""f'fk7Tf7f""'77?f?"F'f'Tf"""ff'77XT""",""" i IFN? g-M Homiix likmu-1 fl-'omvm-.H I-imnvr was just gvttinf.: into his prime- in this yvufs haskvt hull svzlsun wlwn thu eight xt-nwstr-1' rule rc-hlwd tlw sqnzlrl ut' its best man. Nu f.:'l'e:lICl' hunm' vnnld he :ive-n than that grivvn lay t'nzu:h Thninnsun, "l-lmnvt' Ilrnlie is thv lst-st man l luxu- su-vn on uni' tlnnif' Ulhkkl-LI." N1CTKWlCK:lN f'FOI'fLL'1II'a1 I llairrvl did nut an-t into many ganius this suusun. but tht- time- he- was in, every nnv nn tht- tt-mn li nvw that IT:ll'1't'l was riglitilig his hest. He will zilsu hr- lmvli ne-xt year. "liowm"' Goknox fG1mr.1l "l-1uwdy" was thc- run- ning' mate of "lied" when it czunv to taking: thu hall down the Hour, "Howdy" was the man whn stzlrtvd the scoring' in several QLIRIUQS. and in this way DHI tho iight into the' rs-st uf the team. "Howdy" will he han-kf next your. "DUim'oon" Sum IJRAM4: fA'INl1lIgi'l' l Durwnud is just n nut- ural born business mana- gext He did his work with a smile and never mim- plained about anytliing. "Slim" was always ready to help his loam mates nut of truuhle, and hw won the friendship of every man on the squad. i 5 i M 26 ti One H umireli' Thirty-fix :Si nful i fl lmjii xg g 175 eg ,fl l -J XA- I LJ it D L -WE rl MIM F5253 EW x ,P il - -yu 317 A rfwmfx-5 zsl!l.,1 ,, 12 'w af ,mg N: I 'I' ilu 5 . 13 L I L W, ,,.gr,,,r In "1 ' 1 V L , , J , .J-'ggi if .ii 134117:-u:' :CY.m""l ,..,, V-T , W ,..,......,w.......q...-..1..-,.,.,......-L.. - ...L . .. 1. -' 1 N - f,.-.- .f . .Zin-LJ.J'4'.. , "4 .' .- ,,,. - -1 ::,.1. .J ' -' X L ' W"'r'f'r m""I1'--lvv"gW lhwl ll ,V - J , , Y-.J , .,. . . ,,., .. f.g...:.A.:-: fi' 4- g..u'...,:'.-l ix.-11311. The Second Team Back Row-Reardon, Morris, Fostvr, Morgan, Roarty. Front Row--Butler, Mellor, Howland, Uunnnings, Endicott. SECOND TEAM SCHEDULE Thomas Jefferson. ....,, , --, .w.,.7 ,,,.,.,,. I 8 Abraham Lincoln ,,.., - L- 6 Thomas eilerson ......,. ,,.. 2 4 North Omaha ..,.,,,.. 8 Thomas Jefferson ,..,,... ,,,. I 8 South Omaha ,.,.., IO Thomas Jeiferson w.,...A, .... I S Silvcr City .,.w......,.l 22 Thomas Jefferson ,,,.. ,,,, 32 Abraham Lincoln ..,L., ,-- 27 , J, ,A H,,,, -. Y., 326 rr 'L .1 Om: llumlrnl Thirty-sewn - 9 A usiwfif , f a1'i!fw'miiiU,. ' -2.- ii 'HL wi , ,. Msg . it-.1 f is fg msw-H i'S?i7 ',gil lliiiiti. . .i.u ll "' 1 '.,r2fs.i5 - 'S' L' gm 'ii' L-H-EFJ7 lm!!! D Q 'a 1. D ' liillill .J5 F -is .. - - nu --i- -.. 'SQ 1 -'1!..sfa" "Z-'TnT gi . 9' W rl- A g -, L g ,gene T , ' Back Row-Sulhoff, Hoclen, Anderson. Front Row-Morgan, Lewis, Schneider, l'ttei-back. Freshmen Review Thomas. Jefferson Freshmen were defeated for the city basketball title by the fast Bloomer quintet by a score of 26-11, in the hardest fought game ever seen on the Bloomer floor. 'lhe loss of Schneider, high point man in previous games, visibly affected the Orange and XVhite basketeers. T. J. opened the season February ti, on the home floor, easily defeating Abraham Lin- c-oln by a. score of 23-12. The work of Morgan and -Utterback, playing the forward posi- tions, was noteworthy. St. Francis next invaded the west end and caused considerable worry. Not until the final minutes of the games was the outcome evident. The "Saints" played a strong. offensive game. The addition of Copeland, playing his first game, helped solve the ques- tion of the pivot position. The feature home game of the season proved to be the Bloomer struggle. The score was see-sawing during the entire contest, Bloomer was trying hard to down her tradi- tional rival, and T. J. was anxious for three straight wins. In the last minute of the play, Schneider found the hoop and put T. J. ahead 17-16. Bloomer put up a game iight to the finish. . Next T. J. started the foreign schedule at the City Auditorium, playing Abraham Lin- coln in a "curtain raiser". They found no ditliculty disposing of the Lynxs 23-6, in an uninteresting game. This made four straight victories for T. J. Q T. J. was due for a little hard luck and surely had it when they travelled to St. Francis Gymnasium for their Hfth game. In the first half, the Saints piled up a fourteen point lead which the Orangemen could not overcome. The contest ended with T. J. 20 and St. Francis 22. T. J. and Bloomer had won four and lost one apiece, when they met for the champion- ship. T. J. was beaten after a bitter fight, featured by the defensive work of Sulhofl and Hoden for T. J. , . The season was a tremendous success. Much credit should be given to Mr. Remel for his co-operation. From a group of boys who had never played together, a team of cham- pionship caliber was developed. 26 x TT 'N - , 1' --, , , . , ' - , rf - --YA Om' Hundrril Thirty-eight ni uiln ,- -E ' iijwimfyza l fm I '- -Kil n xl ii-Ur ' . ,nm Eg S B '- N f ffm ' " ,,,, lllwcs. A.-iss., c 4 , N - to E LQ " wium Q G3 cf Ii CI? A Ifflwfft ,, D F 7 ' Ii i f F7 Q ' '33 !EHll!!l L S t if E e: 1-gg' ,! , -, 9 i i ,Y T ,--,L' , 'J-,., ,J ,f , Girls' Athletics Despite the fact that the girls of Thomas Jefferson High School do not partici- pate in any inter-city athletics, they have taken part in several interesting athletic events. Perhaps outstanding in the girlls sports was the Literary Society Basketball Tournament. A Playground llfleet was also held, which was at the Bloomer School on Saturday, April 9. In the gth grade division, our team played Bloomer, and Araham Lincoln, and took first place in the meet. In the I0-I I-12 grades division, our team played Abraham Lincoln. They were easily victorious in the Captain Ball game but were defeated in the Basketball far-throw and in the Relay, thus giving to Lincoln the first place. S .L f , e ' 'ix'-"Ac"t"""M'X-Ne--X--fc g"f3 .f,f,?i,ir, , e 5- - - One H undrzd Thirty-nine Wi-'F f ' K 'T ilfiisiiliillil .fga n .ii in 'i .34 t a gmt D Rllllinte. 1: sgqfgsnn Q Sega Iiseilsiai Q5 zz. Qt' -ln . 2 EO 'T' E 'l . "!'7""" - QL' " ' WJ ,QL LJa:24f,,, nE!5Q.f.,.. Sigma Tau Basketball Team Edna Supernois, Esther Fairman, Norma Toozer, Irismae Schumaeker, Beulah Leslie, Marie Myers, lda Bousfield, Helen NVakt-house, Ethel Cohen. The Sigma Tau literary society issued a standing challenge to the other girl,s literary societies to games in basketball. The Captains of the teams met and decided to make it a Literary Society Tournament. In the school championship game the Delphian team put up a good defensive fight, however, the Sigma Tau team outplayed them and had little diHiCulty in keeping the lead in the scoring. For the second year the Sigma Tau literary society has won the inter-society basketball championship. LITERARY SOCIETY BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT SCORES Delta Rho ,.,,, 16 Nu Omega Sigmaw ,,,, 4 Delphian ,,,,,A,,,,,. 8 Sigma Tau ......... 9 Delta Rho e,,,..,,... ,, ,, I2 Sigma Tau .,.. .... A..., 1 7 Nu Omega Sigma ...... .,,,,. 7 Delphian ..,,.., ..... 1 o Sigma Tau ,,,,e,,,,,,,e -E zx Dt-lphian .... ..,,. 8 51 7' 263' " ' ' E' W J ' - I Y J -- ,QLg-f"' - , v One Hundred Forty Qlinhrrz ig-.gif pl f m:3ww555E-24. , . 4, 21 3 t5Qlg? ::llz.lln nz.Ii! li 1 1 t l' QW V1 Y:-is-1 " . M - 3' 43 it - .5 f, SEQ i I!!ii!!!5!! Q D Q af E - fm! C' 'X n ' !!ll!F!l. B 3' 1 -1-f el' -i'-r-T"f:ar - na ar "' s JL T -,L . .ewt,..-. f Track Review ' The Hrst dual meet of the year was with the South Omaha Packers. South's crack track team proved to be the stronger and T. suifered defeat. With this defeat hanging over them, they met the strong Creighton team and throughout the contest T. had a safe lead, but in the final relay the Creighton team won by a few inches and nosed out a victory by a score of 60 to 58. These meets were preliminaries to the Council Bluffs Relays which was held May 1. In the relays T. won third in the Class A one-mile relay and in the Class A 440-yard relay. In the high jump Glen Lefgren set a new record and defeated Lewis of Omaha Technical High School who is regarded as the best high jumper in the high schools of Omaha. Glen's new record was 5 feet II94 inches. The record of this year's track team is exceptional taking into consideration that the team was made up of unseasoned timber. There was only two letter men back and Coach Thompson had to form the nucleus of this year's squad and lay the foun- dation for next year's team from this material. The team developed very rapidly under his able guidance and the things accomplished were better than could be expected. The foundation for next year's team has been formed and T. may confidently expect great successes in next year's meets. T C " T TA 26 One Humlfed F orzy-mt-o ' wifi Q' ' I VW fn' 7'- L-:JF"W fl M K W ! 'Ne ' 9,4 .SIM , , V T , M T I " iglgfgs r rd X' Q I - kd ,r - N H271-,G ' -L Q im J 1' ' B- -11 ' Q'-31 ' 'T' I FX , X i JZ' ,-7 QU slum B Q D as D vijf flg S... VA nv'5v-4' 'K Us ' - 1lLE 1' I' 1-J B11 1 .lang-J:-,gl-' '- 'Q - if A - Thomas jefferson Track Team Third Row-Cummings, Manager, Anderson, Culton, Phillips, Bvche, Mdfwiggun, Andor- son, Shivers, Thompson, Coach. Second Row-Smith, Kerns, Swanson, Anderson, Skinner, Reed. First Row-Morris, Kreger, Lefgrcn, Dutton, Chadwick, Gordon, Cuwtt, Sulhoff. A T , -,, 26 A- Y - ,1 .-x One Hnmlrerl Forly-three A I r, l J lt ll ..i4'9'1'-il ,grip I" K:-I it ..- V-QJf"'1f"T g mga' .. K " '.-':r-'::r:- .-'-...--.. -1-3--' 1--""-"'f- .1:' .sl2::-:nut f fi? -Q 5 i. 3. :- ,-if i' 'T v 2 . 'ii in " W il iiillil h ill- L--4 C ,,fg5q,,il M ---H ' F N , 2" ILM! Q S if 'T -J H Q H p n .. AL.- A Q i A J Inter-Class Track Meet The Thomas Jefferson track team entered in three different meets and made :1 good showing in each one of them. First was the third annual inter-class meet which was held on April I3 and 14. The Seniors as usual were victorious and carried off the honors scoring 31 paints in the first five Held events. The Juniors were second with II points, Sophomores third with 3 points and the Freshmen had not as yet scored in any of the events. In the track events that followed on April I4 the Seniors again proved to he the best on the track and won the meet with a score of 54 points to their closest rival which happened to he the Juniors with a Score or 4.2. GLEN LEFGREN In track activities in Thomas Jefferson no one boy stands out as does Glen Lefgren. He has repre- sented his school in all of our track meets and has always won first place in his event, the high jump. At the Council Bluffs Relays, Glen set a new record in the high jump crossing the har at 5 ft. I 154 inches, just Kg of an inch under the state record. As well as being a high jumper of note, he broad jumps, throws the discus and skims the high hurdles with speed and accuracy. To Glen must go the honor of being one of the best track men that Thomas Jefferson has ever had. r fe r rj- 26 'r r r-A Y 1 vx , -A One Hnndrtil Fortyfaur 1 33. QD. 'ul GI ills-fiT'fi.lf l'iIfi-ill ll LR All -. FQ ' all -ll L, F7 C' i s S XC-in D "'fw:?' "! :J - Y . Z' F i IL .,.I'f-il?-43' - A I ' vuxil ' 4 VVhen the Faculty Chose Clifford Boal for the highest ofhee in the R. O. T. C., namely that of Lieutenant-Colonel, everyone, especially the R. Of T. C. hoys, were well pleased. The advancement shows that hard work, intensive study and application always brings just rewards. Boal has been a splendid representation of the R. O. T. C. from Thomas Jefferson, and it is the hope of all, that next year a man as capable as Clifford, will hold the reins of the R. O. T. C. LT. COL. BOAL This year a new office was created in the R. U. T. C., that of Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel. Hazel VValker was chosen by the student body to he the Hrst one to hold this oHiee. Hazel was commissioned at the Regimental Ball and since then has taken part in several R. O. T. C. events. She has been a credit to the Thomas Jefferson Battalion and to the school. LT. COL. VVAL K ER A "xi "" .2613 f" ' L " xf-as - , -1 v-s ,. , - , v- v Q .x f ' - 5,13 Une Hnmired Forty-six ' . -' 'N 4 ' -P Q i t W I in A ,, ' L '1 wi WT Y 4 , X ' I .' . jam'-M411 . - 1 G1 U wm' X, ,ff - 1 5' 1 M1 11 MV1" :1ff E1 ,ig Q '1Q1Ul11111111 Li, gjfeQ 1 5 TQ-11 1' '51 iiiliiii Q !1T7777iffif1 A 'mg if 'ff-T ' 522312153-fgf e gllffi . Q ff? ,g,..e: +A.-1.1 l 1- - . R. O. T. C. Officers Back Ruw-Nuff, Munro, Griffith, 'I'Ul'lll'I', Pz11'kc'1', Tyler, Baker, 0g1'c11. Front Row-l"ostvr, Hodcn, LlEU'I'ENAN'I'-COLONEL C1.11f1fo1u1 BOM. MAJOR BRUCE BAK1-ik CAPTAIN ADJUTANT HAROLD Tv1.1c1z NAPT.-UN Cl'IARI.FS VV.-XRNI-IR Bozll , VV:1 rn c r. 'SECUND LII-2l'TENAN'I'S K1fN N I-1'l'lI N1-i 1-' 1-' ROLLANI1 Mookri FRANK Gk11f1-'1'1'11 .-X1.1z1c1z'1' TURN1-211 HowA1u1 l'Ak141-'R El.'VlI'fR 015111-'N W11.1.1A1v1 Fos'1'1-ik j.M'K Humax 264' iff, -A-, 1 ,IQ . -.f 5 , -V. f .,1.... .- V Om' Hn111Irf1l PU!l,l'-if-F817 ii' i- , fi g gsllli ill. iii!!! it 1- f ffm ,mffTfiiii' ilii fn f Q LQ J autism fi Q 1, ffff hi ii ,E k t A ii 31- IL R 7 '-A K-rj 1:1 CZ - fig? rw +53 J lllllllliil? - .TQ gi ggi.: -5' f A ":1.t1QR2uL 4:24 7 V 3- .1445-,.:Efg,,4,,' ,-jg, "The Crack Platoon" The "Picked', Platoon was Chosen from sixty of the best drilled men of Thornas Jefferson. These were eliminated after a great deal of competition until the number had reached about thirty-five. All commissioned officers tried out for commander of this platoon and Lieutenant-Colonel Hoal was awarded the command. - Zi ""'AX- -ff 26j3LZ4 -"7 ' NNN! '-x , Om' Humlnnl Forly-eiglzl Qwfi' , -N e CGI -, 3 9 l E? if3l'..' milf-l' !l " ' ' lt 'W"'e H . 05 e r el D it Q , -w77wetE3'WQ5 5??wQh 'f' A ' ' 1 4 i , - " 35? YI-4a:13f:' ,Yg-E51-iw.,-- 'x" ' MQ" M "'e'l 3"zi'1 5 fu' ' T Wmaorommn The R. O. T. C. this year has been under the direction of Captain H. H. Galliet and Sergeant S. A. Wilscin. Captain Galliet will not be back another year and we take this means of expressing our appreciation for his work for and with us. He has seen our unit grow from one small company to its present size of a battalion and has helped in many ways to better the R. O. T. C. Sergeant VVilson who has been in direct charge of the T. unit has announced that he will be back as instructor of our battalion next year. He is untiring in his work and is always ready to help. The time this year has been spent in close and extended order, the manual of arms, the nomenclature of the rifle, first aid and Guard Mouiit, reviews and parades, The boys of the senior class have had special instruction in map reading, scouting and patroling, and musketry. The officers have been required to pass an examination with a grade of 95? and the work has reached a higher standard than ever before. ,,.f-Nw W- . -2 'Q V'--N, r Q .f- r-. 1-L f- --fw,M,,. .c 1. . . . -Jw-f"" W.. -3 a f "" , , """' - p'-my 17.3-'Q ,av .. ff , . .1 - 1,1-ff'---Y.. -f f""e W, Esizlfwd ' vi, ' 1 'i V' "f-..z.," Om' Hlnnirerl Forly-nine Qaviki f f' 'LEHELTYH .-'? 4 ' f- .91 :' WH , . .. N' -+: I II llliL:E! n 1a.iil mg 'E' u a" 'U LQ Q . ILL, G , 1 4:3 - if -- QS Aw 5.Ii E C' J E. " . - - . jf- ai ,1 l,ff 4'L.i'WYi' ,-N -- M- -A-L-, 'f V ..,,--""'i- . -W f?26vfAf' -Qi Y,,...?-'f x--s.fRxY,,5SI1L',if,-,f""--.......-'-'-"S--i..- -4-J X-x,..X One H1um'rc11' Fiffy 1 i Q-f-li' sf 'Nw riff-QQ A '- u i' ill. n if lflv' . ,N 1-. i Q ' -ill a.iil "'M i .mf il I 'Mm l I? I I' lin 5 u L-J 1: W- S- Q , p , " u.i - gp V D 'A 2- ' 2 A ., ' , fig.. lima in Q31 3. ' Q i-as , .e x - .e.f5iTf'F'- fre'-ii Genevieve Barr james Buikema Grace Kolb VValter Hall Thomas Jefferson Alumni Association Pfwidenf ....,..K...ss A - i...., Gamzvmviz BARR Vial'-Pr1'5id1'nt, -.- ----- JAMES BUIKEMA Secretary ,,..,,.. --,v,--A,,- G RACE KQLB Tr1'fl.fIn'1'I' ...,.. ,AA,,,, W' ALTER H ALL With the beginning of the second year for the Thomas Jefferson Alumni Asso- ciation, a reorganization was effected to include the class of I925. Aided by the sponsors, Mrs. C. R. Strickland, Mr. Roscoe Cartwright, and I-Iononary Member, Mr. R. F. lVIyers, the organization will have completed a very successful, interesting, and beneficial year, accomplishing the four big things toward which it strives as a group. The Hrst big feature of the year was the annual home-coming at the Thomas jefferson-Abraham Lincoln football game at which the organization was given a special reserved section. Then came the Alumni Play, "The First Year," in which some of the best talent of the amociation was placed before the public, and enjoyed by a large, enthusi- astic audience. . Keeping up the precedent set by the members last year a scholarship was set aside to be given to a graduate of the Class of 1926. This is to encourage higher scholastic standing in Thomas Jefferson High School as well as students' participa- tion in all school activities. - The year will be closed with a final feature-the annual reception for the class who will soon become a part of the association-the Class of 1926. The dance to be given at Eagles Hall will be held May 5, and promises to be one of the biggest events of the year, one which will conclude and make even more successful, the second year for the Thomas Jefferson Alumni Association. , l' ,-A--Y , 4. 7 - l - Y - I One H unrlrerz' F if ty-one Qm li' "ta i'li5i-WEE -.2 iii: e ie :l d-in "id I..-251,25 1 31 N ' ,I .J nh N 'P ". 1 I .5 - - fi,--fi V14 L1-155-7 E I QS Qi -Ll, H-.F"i G lllllffil. - I Q u l- I. - ...av .- 1 -- f " if o .4.'1:,ff2-f.'i.-' "m1"'gi1',-9-.1 Parents' and Teachers' Association " President ....... .,.,..,.. .,,..... M R s. I. L. BnUNE1,L Secretary ....... ..........A..... - -- ......,........ Mas. I. W. Col-lolz The Parent and Teachers Association was organized in Thomas Jefferson High School at the opening of the school in IQ22. This association has done some very outstanding work for the school and has brought closer harmony between the teachers and parents. At the beginning of this year the association held a "Back to School Campaignn. The names of the students were secured and mothers were designated certain students to visit and find out why they are not returning. The result was that seventy-six students returned to school. In November the Mothers put on a play entitled "Those Husbands of Oursf' Welfare work is done through the aid of our Principal. Four delegates were sent to the State Convention at Iowa City. The banquet dinner for the Junior-Senior Promenade is served by the mothers. The teachers have had charge of the programs for the year and they have been both enjoyable and educational. As we look over the work that has been done during the past year, we feel that we have been successful in carrying out the policy which the association has estab- lished. -g e , e -me .I26 gf. e a A , .--- Q.- S ne umlreff F i fly-ffwo - T T I Y , Msgs, . it , . - N Q ,L ,F ig' "' i 'gum 35,53 ,Q jfx-i 11: Egg? :A f -h ii ltr'-if x ie 1 .L ,' :: 146 wr Scsi at jf,-r i .u ,n 6,5 faq N" a- 1 s e , A s. ri w D 43 nf-:g1' ta'1 fZ: 24:: " 3:: ' j t f i 5' 6 41 3'IfQC9ZI,: L-,: L ij , , f H s Autumn paints her crimson ue - G5 B'dd' db to Summer- 5 N U G s ff 46 Tis then une feel the call o school 5 K, 4, ul av H And qather our books toqether. .s C6 .CJ E' - - - - - - .-,. ..-.. ..-. . 5 E v' - Q ' Q ,Q iQ 9 QE'E,YQ 4 - 44-9-re?-9-im 0 "KT 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 l 1 1 I fi 9 1 I 1 1 l I l 1 I : V 1925 N A I l'l'l M N 1925 9 . 'K - I - - - - - I I - I6 bn. Sept.. Sept. Sept-. Ort. fra School opens much to Thursday passed unno- 6 the disappoi ment of ticed 138 a ' ary , , ,-,,,. many stud 4 unwill- of the C itu the B115 1'00 , 3 Ckets- K . ,. H ing to asse 'E nd gain United S es. St ents HRlKl'lf 15 HY lease" K Blg S 1' 3 dance' 'X the kncwle - t forth should ac inted -Sw OH Sid cllnefl- Froadcast. T dnye I l S by the e and with thi ay hough Inst bu H this don t rom station ,. M most wo faculty it is n h ay or Care 5' jak members. school dismissed. 01, - - - - - - I - l I oem. of-r. oct. oct. fo i s , . - Big 'I e - f"-F ll "T School or lt ' ' tool' speed Zihda In Cedlar Big gam wi rth 'X Edged Oath: OL -Llrhexs Rapids-"A - going Omaha. u n e- d e d Big Seni , c eet. I -vs sg? the ' aaa l to win" Y ' Held gamleg s e 28- favor Annual ff d. heard the a Y , A :ae Tigers a oreless of "l. j. -ve - -- - - - I I - - Oct. Oct. Oct-. Nov. V Poor ' ie' arts A Big In - e 'o1:i- I crabbin a of l6,':i'fe?, C' F55 ety par f 'en. the girls e - our um can 4 gn lndividua st and On to Sidney I ! ! Q memorie mc or- L as -dy oh! tha e d-s ers "ffl get the' e s . a 3 l S' and 'v ' 5 -4? l - Q. - I F - - Ji Nov. Nov. Nov. Nov. -K-Q Debate en. '77 Armistice Parad Also Movie Co dy. " ton Every Li Ti? f ciety Harmon L nd el- ""' 0 beat Glen nd i Foot- of the Mo s." est I represent - lly ody Maid ng ifth 15, ball gam ever! the Sig ith Avenue r . . three gir ' Q - - - - T - -, xi Nov. Nov. I Nov. .rm "si Big gal 1 . am B B 5 t P 5204212 :ali S Hlaixi: and in ii Q wrti If 'winte o an ofa T. W as! lake f - spring fa l 1 1 -st year I4 l K - Ts" - - I - - - V .IS QI ,L ,,'-LL .1 353, Q. ei' ' ii QC 5 ir jfjjg x 24111 r. ,: 5: 1 ,aqjfi xl nun it it 3 ni jim 'Ii M KCBY M 36.21 '-x ACM m 'wc film? "xflD'f'MQyK'1Q isa' ' One H umlreii 'Fifrylihrfe ' l . 1 1 1 ruff! if 'vt XLQY! JY :Qi X Q5 K on 4124 yt -1-1 is I. 11. -4 1 t . 15 gf 1 1 --5.41 Q, ig 3, 1 S ,i -il 1 ,X I - I l - - - - - - I .A g z. I .I L 321 2 .r g .L-2:63351-g f 1 .-1 Iesigbzsrebzsbzsifexab ll ii? Q . . gg nder the snoundrlfts the blossoms are sleepmq, lil Dreaming their dreams of Sunshine and Juneg 1 , . . Soon theq ll burst forth in glorious beautq, Q .. . . . . . , Filling the air with their fragrant perfume. r . if G . .... .,... .. . . .-. .. . .-.. .-. ,.,. .-. .-. i f .- -?44E-GJ?-A2.G24L:k.6D.? +1t. .. sSZGD3"i-Q-?4L"-E SLQECQSL-i-SSfAE.C9?.L'EG1Qu2.C9.5mgC9g:.w ! - - - I - - I wr il - 19 2 N W IIN TER if 192 I - - - K Dee. Dee. Dee. Dee. , Big football banquet held , , , l Musical ar ts appear in ea ia last bus!-'lc' lhlghl 3'0U5ed at T. J. dge West meetm of ' . and N T V , l by . . app 'lc' , of Swphen iam. HOW. T, J. . W hultev ,gfflla W ral fb P all white mes tending ard, sop unds de- coach rn , raska L ma' 5 PH ' entlfel d he hall I vmed to p ase of a Univ rs asjhe way- U . shoes Duo Arg P' , speak f t vening. I from Ufflc - - I I Dl'l'. Dee . 1160 . Jan , Facult ' ni s this I Merry Chris s and a H0110 M2 ' L Har- week un ividual Hap w to all. New Ye Day. Many Um Bas ll Us 500 m respon ility ing as lnte ti a m bl y resolution ma d e and Omaha CF ' , Con' Priuci for ne day. given b ar Lads. many mor made just to fest- B kl " Y fm' Many feren omments Home om hrist- be broken I T. J. atl. eased. exp,-e mas - Jan. Jan. Jan. I Jan. Religious Teacher's train- ing scho ' stablished. Q "The "rst " pre- G l e ' I u present Local m t e r s and 1- J- K 1 st basket- sent y Alumni, "P i s a usical Chu,-Ch Wm- ,-5 pl-Omme ball ga ' eason with spons d b s. Clara come y. 1 l lovers, this agtiv' Saying if Mondan to 20. Strictl d R. S. some eel, ur and will be a gal phase of ' Cartw ht. dill e e fatures. an interi ional move- ment. I I Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. "P i c k le ' broadcast- Vhin du' lebate from Home our h o o s e ,. . ed from 4, Cgngra. l.lIlC0l.ll aska--2 to I pres' t easurer. Elm' ba J' 995 I tulations re received lfdCC1S YOWUIS ill- Studet assigned fmth . ' . t, HS hrst from liggg 1-5 on the terest 1 fn in de- duties or urpose H' .M' ur' X' ley De' excellent w k done. hate W0 '- of re ati t fic. hatmg ague - - - - - Feb. Feb. Feb. 1 , Turn t f clams. Vl'as n thday. The mfs fs Sufj All l.it ry ies in- An 1 rt date, PHS th HQ. puffs tereste in ' g De- please em it! hy wmu tY,Ba5' claim. t 1. keflval 3 hip' 11 il 1571! ' I fi if, ly b -x is. 111 -' I., 1-. Xi it t .5 'Z lf .12 1- J.. -fi v I i 1 yt Qrfig 1, Xt .155 -1, M -F5 ,r ey ,., U --f - x i One Huudreil Fifty-fam' . --, ,gm 1, '. - K5 1 2-' 11, ix fx if 1:-Nw 1?'jvN,.!m 1 fx-.fx i1.Q,1giwx 15 '11 1 -11 M: g 1-E A 1 1 2 -- 1. -1 1 1 -11 ii X.. 1,51-ai 1 11 --I 31. 1 1 ,, 1 ,fm-EfgD3::-25931-:e5:G13:I,1 i, I:5: g:g g-g 3::e5: 1 1451 1 Y 6 ? 6 ,f ' 1 -1 Jr ill' 1 1 . . . N' H uskq violets and daffodils fair, Do qou know qour perfume rare 17 H A d ' bl ' - 4' f n our raclous ossomm Q2 . . . qw H Fllls me with the thoughts of Spring? 1. f , .N - Q" 2-'I4fIGf4'I4'?1 3'I'ff 3':'-57 T 4 35 3-'I I 1 1 1 I I , , 1 92 N' SPRI N 'N 1926 - I - I I - March March March March - 1 ' 11 1 11 ' ' Id " Th f 11 1, E352 aliflagefosf gxggii ea ,ge aliiai- Senigr reakf given geaixm ij, tc Egg nament. I ence. thre ct com- hy Loo ng I lasses. Moines ef n the edy. I third d. l 1 Q l 1' l - 1 March April I April April I Recilla Ja u nies: hegi I grammer .ontest. Td V 1 t t I H ' T gsilgrcllp usgrinxitxgg , - V. - - l wins ping an 'oca lcon- le 1 in . h t T. l 'Q' S V' C N- 0' Shortha J- 3'-ldlf0f U- fn oil wig? 10,33 " contest uart, Ia. I : - 1 - A l'il i A "I A l'il p April pu p Tryouts r a peari- 1 , Q D HS?-D . 0 'lent 3113133 STM gcgapf I Seniors dis ff in fllsfft' .m 3133115 EIJSEH' ea 1 glass olf ap en E ly msn P tm win - ' Foqt U A on 1 I lllg - 1 .. .I l .. ADl'il Aprll April May itil! a 1' A - juniors sen 'Seven- "Sleepy n losti in - Council B ffs Relays- Chvld C ' teen," il t "Baby the d o flying Glenn Lef n takes first iss 4 b ,dd Talk ' I char' ' niors. i11 high ju . A 1 en. E J l May May May J unc- Cl , C - - Student rep ng for I Everyo e s the Y gn S Y S up Pijlgiiiifxgk ias- exams "Mer nt ce." .Or ac ' en" The en hool and W ' 'Ce' this calend - K 1 - - 1 1 f-. igjgl '14 is -1 in, 51 at Q52 1112511 i--1 iii if 11: 1k-.jx tl' fail ,-Q igixfk ws' 13151 'ii 13 M Qfli vif Hiliffff QQ!! 3"l dlllixvkk ACS? Fi RAY One H1n1.1rc1l 1-'ifly-jizfe LA Us v, ill-'H il "Ig I is-f Ii D Q L CJ CD:-:J umm L3 gif? w il l ' ' i' '19 is S sig: fi lille D f qfg l ' .. ,:" .. ii. ' " ,4 - tfgjfflil .lim sal! !! mills. is 5. in . . Q 1 i fa - r Iiiniai C, -r - K i " ""?" l . N - 5 V-7,::x63 -L IL- f V7 C' ' ' ,.l To -Q-. "'-.fwfii . J1 ' 1 h I Y T 31. - , 1LT'iT , LA- .fTfQ.-gy -- m Y W , -4 itfzmgfe nfl'- Classified Advertising ii Nllflakes Rough Roads Smooth" ....... ,,M-,-. T he Study hour UF or Economical Transportation" ...,.,. - .--,.,- Use the Stairs "F or ff ll Purposesn ........,........,,.,.. ,,----,,,,----,,,-,--,-,.---,-,-----,- T hg QH-Ice "The Gift That Enduresn--- ..,,,,,-,-.,,--,,,,,,,-,,,,.,-,,--.--------,-, A Hunk "The Sound of Safety" ....... ......... T he bell at the end of the period "The Gift That Pleasesu .,....,,.,,,,,,,.,,,,.., An "A"' in Zl subject "isle For Proof" ....... ..................... A lice Viberg "F or Knowledge" ......... UA t Your Serwcen ......,........,..... "Is Summer All the Year?" ...... "F or Your dpprovaln ..........., "Par Excellence". .............. -- "A ll That the Name Im-plies"- "Cle'verness at Half Price"- "For Slowness of Speech "Vocal Lessons at C ost" ,,..... "lfVorh to the End" ......,.. "Labor at All Prices" "Flowers at C ost" ......... .--,---See Edward Brandon The girls in the ofiice ----------------,-Louis Sommars --------.Charles Warner -,---.-The Senior Class ,--,-----The Freshmen -----,,,-Bob Milisen -,,----Mr. Cartwright O. A. Bump C. M. Jungbluth -------,---Miss Hutchison ------,Mrs. Clara Strickland "To Skip a Class" ..........,..,. ........,............ S ee Mr. Myers "How to Secure .ln "E" ..., ...... .......... S e e Howard Howland "How to Hide the 'Treasure' .......,..................,.. SCC Seniors of 1926 "Spring Has Camel, ,,,,..... ........ W atch "Red" and Alice at noon "Intelligence at Any Przcen ..........,......................... Ernie K0lb 'Q-Ire You Insured?" ,,-,-,.. ........ I f Not, See Bruce Baker "For Safety" ...,....... ,......,............... S kip Classes "ss 26 One H umlred F i fly-six N-vsiii' ,, V ir H. ,nas Q f rw A ,f L3 g Q. " au HJ le ilis h rd hh Q' x 'i misss!! I fag Q 2 Q E luuaumuml 'I Q Q 1 -. L-' f ' ' 1- ' I L 5 .- , W Jil I3-I-'L-'1 --h-.-.nga To Our Friends ii EVERY your thc students of Thomas fejcrson look forward to the assistance that the business men of Council Blujs have so willing gifuon. We, the members of the Moiiticello Board of 1926, wish to extend our heart-felt thanks. We would like to establish the feeling among the students o f our school that they should, in appreciation of what OUR FRIENDS have done for us reciprocate by aiding them. ,26 v -,'.x Y 4 ' One Hundred F i fly-eight Vail V mia! 44 eg? gn- I 15' H 'R M 581 in D 1' 5. -Q-J ll f::i 43:7 I 13 L-T1 ,gm insulin Wyeth .1 r, -L...-5' c.r.ii'Ja...c-1.11.4 'f-41114141--...... in 'Ti l 'K Niall? " Ji l- is -. N, .-ii"-ESA-i il 'ill -' ii ip ' 4 - l ' - X L"' '33 ee E3 wil. EJ, A3 is i I1 I :P :D 1,k ii! i in l L i ii if L' 'Q Q- Q ' '- .ff ' fc 5+-- Q-L ,jg 3425? Byron Tellender Edna Superuois Harry Swanson " The Go-Getters" To enahle the Board to proceed with the construction of the 1926 "Monticello", it was necessary to get an approximation of the amount of advertising that Our Friend: in Council Bluffs were willing to give. An early start means an early end, and with that in mind, four advertising teams were organized. These teams were placed on a competitive basis for a period of six weeks in which case the "Go-Gettersy' turned in the greatest amount of advertising. As their reward for their untiring efforts, the Monticello Board of 1926, dedicates this page. 'r-'i 'A 're 26 " sex e A mi Y ' 1 H --K . f One Humireii Fifly-nine 1:------: --::-:-:Z -:7 1-: -W: l:1 1- ,:1:i2,"-::,":: - - - V - - e- - - - A. - e.- - e- - 1: 'i"4'k,KL 'i' 3 'B' 1 1"s'LUf ' gi t " H4 ' -2 fi r szs fe If C W f .. 1-Un-H es-J ?- ,- -.wwf .4 was -1 is - el T 1: I T191 the best wishes for the Graduate and School that H made graduation possible . . . i 1 M W I1 if 1: N T T - if an 1 H gl Wfe remain N s THE JOHN BENO CO Council BluHs, Iowa ' ,, The Store Wliere Satisfaction I s Certain 'Y 1 +: ,:n4::4: : 1 1-:: 1: - 17 :fir uf 'W " "+ll -- 7 1- - One H zmdred Sixty '!"-""-"2 f'1"1"f2'1ll '2l1ll1lli:u-u :n-n:I In-111:-ur -:n-II: II- I:--...IV:.....1.,f:.,........IIII1 I I I .........i. I American Auto Wrecking Co. H mimi: BROVIIN, Iwwmger New and Used Parts for A11 Make of Cars A full line of I ACCESSORIES Ig... I 1416 W. B'dway Tires and Tubes Phone 244 I Q..-...-...-..............-.,-.........-...-..-.I-..-...........-...... -...-.....-...........-......-.,-, Dovtor: "PII examine you for fifteen dol- I:1rs." .Iinnnie Jzuncs: "All right, doe, and if you find it we'Il split fifty-fifty." M r. Junghluth: "Honesty is the best poli- ey." Bruce Baker, Insurance Agent: "You're wrong, Mr. jungbluth, Twenty-pay Life is the best policy." She: "All is over between us and I um go- ing to give you hack your ring. There is another inanfl He: "Tell me his name :mtl address." She: "You are going to kill him?" He: "By no means. l want to sell him the ring." Judge: "VVhen you work, wlmt work do you do? " Hobo: "Pm nn organist." Judge: "VVhy a man with such talent should never he out of a job. What's the trouble?" Hobo: "My monkey died!" qunznallan-un: 11:-nu--nl:-uw-Ina? I I .,, , I s F.. 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I .,. ,., pg, n7.g.1, Ji., nil One H umlrefl Sixty-one 0 BASTMN Bamos, Jewelers - and S tel tion ers l To High Schools and Colleges N 1266 B Bldg ROCHE IER N X ......1..1..1..-n-,..-..1..1..,1..-..1..1..... . 7 :-i:n.1n:7il1n:.7:1ql-nu7:l1n:inn-:min , I I 1 Funeral Dziectors E 613 West Broadway 4" g., .. -Y., ,,-- ,. --.-rf..-lr, -- 1 - .. : . .- 1 1:1 3 11-.-ui.,1...i..-..1q.ig.1. Telephone 148 I Council Bluffs, Iowa -I- .!..-.... .. .. -1- --- -2.-2.-..-1.-.:,..f::, 221.-.........-.. ----- ..-..-..........+ I . I f 10 the Class 0111926 ' I We appreciate the patronage you have extended us, and I wish you much success and happiness in the years to come I I Cornwell Store I 2424 W. Broadway +ui,'.1..1.-:,lg-11: 1: :zi aiu-11: f Juv!!-1: Mr. Carter: "Does your wife economizciu Coach Thompson: "Yes, she docs qvifhout practically everything I ncedfy M r. Cartwright: "Are you sure your wife knows Pm coming for dinner?" Mr. Myers: "She ought to. I argued for :L whole hour about it." Mr. Bump Itcaching pllysicsilz "Can any of you students tell mc what is the most dan- gerous part of an nutomohile?'I Clarence Auppcrluz "Yes, sir, thu 11l'ii't'I'n Jurlge: "I will he merciful to you. Seven days." Accused: "But I'm to be married in il week? jurlgcz "Then, I will he still more merci- ful. Tm years." Mrs. Pomeroy: "VVhat is the quickest way to produce sawdust?" Charles Lane: "Why er - --'I Mrs. Pomeroy: "ComeI Come! Use your head." GROCERIES AND MEATTB I I I 1 .- .-111..iq.1lp.Q..1..1....n.-...1..i. Phone 4818 i -I- .-.............................-..-...............-.q. . I Trans er Grocery Co. ' FANCY GROCERIES AND MEATS Transfer your business where it is APPRECIATED Phone 602 2323 8th Ave. mln:-:wall-11:-uni -In-un-uu3nu1nu1un1n1n L. T. .-k1.m:k1'1 WILL STROHBEHN Alhrriikivirnhhrhn 1 I Real E s t a t e, 1 Loans, Rentals Phone 74 22 Pearl Street COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA 1 n-.ul n,u.1n,541711-nu-l,1.nu1nl1l..-un1.1.1. .Ig Om' Hnmlrml Sixty-lhree +....,...................-..- - ...........-.............................- .. - - ...-......-..-..-,. gl. l I . ' 5 mpormnz' zn Lzfe AUNDRY and dry cleaning constitute an important element it in daily life. To be able to "Pick Your Servicel' is well worth while to every housewife. Economy in time and expense l is gained by having a complete service in one establishment. l Expert, careful attention is assured every need-be it large or 1 . small. l This expert work is needed for every branch of a cleansing service-for sturdy fabrics as well as dainty laces. l Our success in the past has been due to good workg our suc- cess in the future depends on it. You are assured proper care when you "Pick Your Serviced' Q u tty alum ry l Bl ff C 4' Q DR Y CLEHNERS DYERS HHTTERS T 22-28 North Main Street Phone 2814 T Ou your ifnrfzliou :ef are ar fur azeapi' as your pair ojfirf. .5..-... .... ..-......-..-..-..2:.-..-::f.....:i..-..-.1 ......-., ..-.:2.,- -2 ...... .g.,.-..- -...........-..- - ............-.....................- ... .. - - -.-......-.......M. l . i The Rough Spots' I I . 3 ln Lzfe . . l are made smoother by a I . SAVINGS ACCOUNT m the 1 F 0 i iurst 21 10113. U l :liz " F-Jw f m E ! F. F. Evrikrzsr, 1're,:idenf Rox' IVIAXL-'1r31,n, Vive 1'rz.viiieut l G. F. Seooxlik, Camin- I I J. S. WA'rsoN, .-lxmmnf Cashier F. M. SCARR, .-l:.ci.fmu1 Cafhier +.i.,-..,i..i.p-.g-.I-. 1..1..1..1u.-...1..i,..1..i.,-...1..i..i..1..-..1..1 1..1..1..i.. One Hl!IIi'f!'Fi'l Sixty-four 'I' n-.nu1.l1.n,1uu....u.- inlnnf: in---:I-.n--n nz.-.u Y::1-:fInf:u-nn-.un-.Ili-p-u-in-'nina i Continental's LOW PRICES Are Famous 1 +A l USI' Our Budget Plan-If is ro nary to rnnkr I 'IUt'l'fi'!J' or monthly jmynzrnts ou! of your income. Continental-Keller Company 311-313-315 NVest Broadway .p......... - ... ... - - -..-..............-......-.........-..-.......-........... - - - gr .1mi.n1.uu.-un-l:.1lli'u1.ln1qp-.I-...1.pgi n1..g1qpi.g-u1g.1q-...g1...-l..1p'1.q pin.-.gTn I ' Hurd Creamery ompany Products g 4'Meadow Gold" Butter "Superior" Ice Cream T DISTILLED WATER ICE Buy your Butter and Ice Cream by name. Insist on these brands and always receive the best. gl..1...-.4..-....nl.I1.41H1...-.......1....-..1.,1...-..1....u..-11.1. 1...-,.....1..1..1..1...-..- Mr. Reinel: "Just think, those ruins are 2,000 years old." Mr. Jungbluth: "Aw, gwan, it's only I925 IIlHY.n Mrs. Gordon: "Howard, if you eat any more eakt- you'll bust." Howdy: "VVell, pass the cake anal get out of the way." Ernie Kolb and Howard Howland walking clown the street. Howard: "Dial you see that girl smile at me?" Ernie: "Oh, that's nothing. The first time I saw you I laugrlied out loud myself." Mrs. VVallare johnson: "Do you believe in fairy tales?" Mrs. VVilson: "No, but my husband seems to think I do." There is ri reviserl list for birthstones: For the tourist, the yellowstoneg for the Irish, the Blarneystonci for the borrowers, the touch- stonc, and for the most of us, the grind- Stone." Viiigiiilln If you have saved up a lit- tle money you could not do better than to invest it in some of our gilt edge first niortgages. T hey Are Safe Or a small investment in Real Estate often turns out big in the end. It's not a speculation, it's a cinch. ll. P, Hess Co One H zuldrefi S1 i In et.--n1-11m---.--.1.-1--1--1 - -un-ng. 3 Geo. A. Hoagland SL Co. I Lumber and Building I Material i F. A. FOX, Manager i I I , I i Phone 245 724 S. Main St. .i..-..-.......-..-.....-......-.....-.....,i. Sylogisms-Suapshots-XVisecracks- VVhips 1. A cat has nine lives but a frog can croak every second. 1. How can you I-:eep fish from smelling? Cut their noses off. 3. He who can bottle up a little sunshine for a rainy day is a corker. 4. 'Speaking of bathing in famous springs," said the tramp to the tourist, "I bathed in the spring of '86.l' q. Cloth manufacturers must live. So the material taken from the girl's skirt is added to the boy's pants. 6. If flies are flies because they fly, and fleas are fleas because they Hee, then bees are bees because they be. So that's that. 7. Profemmr Reinel suggests Jack Dempsey for Secretary of War and guarantees with Dempsey in charge there'll be no fighting. Lawyer: "VVhen l was a boy my highest ambition was to be a pirate." Client: "You're in luck. lt isn't every- body that can realize the dreams of his youth." During annual staff :nesting-I-Zliner Ogren -"I never argue." '!' 'f' I LET THERE BE Music 1 IN THE HOME l The C. E. Laustrup Q I Music Co. I I I I I VVe carry pianos of Standard makes I g only. New Diamond Disc phonographs. g I ' Fourth and Broadway i ,-.I.inu.-.ni..1u,i'.-....-..1..i..1n.-,,..q I I -1- -1- One Hmuired Sixty-six .-.W-..,-I...ggiili.-1-1..1..1..1...-.n..- Schoening Hardware Co., Inc . Hardware and Automobile Accessories 706708 W. Broadway Phone 4494 COUNCIL BLUFFS Qllark Erng Gln. THE REX.-XLL STORE TRADE MARK -E Prescriptions carefully com- pounded. Eastman Kodak Agency. High clam devel- oping and printing done. sd' J Frm' DrlirJ1fry 504 Broadway Phone 4.18 K K ning. Let Elmer Da It" Phone 385 ELMEIR LONG LSuccessor to J. B. Longi Painting, Paperhanging, Wall Paper and Paints The year around painter where a guarantee means something. 2961 S. Main Street COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA .ui--in aiu: n 1 -. ..-Ii:--n z :uf .,nl...........-.wi-.1.......1..1n-.. +11-1:1 v- -nu-u1 -1 -- Yr- 1m :ni -:-:iu1uu1:-nu-nina 31:1 "nr-:: --nu :n-1:4 I I 'P' l . 0 fl f S li SL C l T joe mi ot. l i "Custodz'am of Quality" l li 1 :f I High class apparel for "young I folks and those who stay young." ! I Ultra smart wear for every occaf 1 sion for men, women and children 1 ii it ii n 1 in l l I For xfrerf or 0 ce-for field or fnmfiion fl'UlI'771!ll'7' "I you harm them H I . . . 1 1 , . L 1 from ur, rhvy'rr right." I l, .g..-..-...-..-....-..-..-..-..- ..-..-uf .- - 2 - :Y ...Au-. 2 -: - :fxexfgza--1 .--.E-2.4. Dictiomiry-Continued 1''-"-"'-"-"-"-"'-"-""-"-"-"'-"-'Q' Tzirdy-:Xn every-day occurreneeg usual- H lY remedied bY.red tape unless- victim lacks U YOIMA Motar Needs the ability of said red tape. ii Alcohol-A football spirit. Q ' , :: Basket Ball Qbnwll--A game of scream- M07lGMOf0T Off, ing and angry females originated especially L l i for the benefit of Marie Brunell. l 64' X , H Drugstore-A place of amusement for ll and 'Z hat Fa7,Z0ZL5 women-when she orders fwithout reasonj , , U H I-Sffwm- , Paramomzt Gasolme i :Xlls joint-A hotel where the .too "hang I W out," ' Q Dance-A rallying ground-similar to a 5 -,Z Holy Rollers tent meeting in which the - Q o sheiks leap about with unmeasured leaps to L :K jazz accompaniments. W 1 H Date-A sweet fruit which sometimes turns il sour. :: gg' Dear-No meaning at allg use your own l V judgment3 a by-product. I xi --l- l fi There are two sides to each question: Yours E' and the idiotic one. ' U Homer Drake: "What do you mean by l East Broadway High School Bread fBredl ?" i f Luke Sommers: "A four-year loaff' S..--2.-2 -..-.--..-1:--1 ---.1 ,-2:-..-..:7..i. One H lmilrerl S ixly-,rervm .411-.1 1 1. -.nf :u1u:g.-- : -I:-rn-1: 1 -. : 1. .- .. -..u..nu1n1u--un-uu1n--u--n We carry zz full limf of Builders Hardware 0 0 Paints and Oils Lumber and Mlllwork A g Materlals Buildin ' al Also Coal Platner Lumber 81 Coal Co. Phone 3385 27th and Broadway ..-..-.....-.n.......-...-..-.n-..-..E1..llutL...........-.....-.n-..-..-..-..- -4. LUXOR or MO GU BRAND CANNED FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Dorff Taka Il Szrbrtimtf' Luxor Foods and Mogul Foods arc Council Bluffs Brands of Pure Food Products Whcxu Home Brands are as Good as Any WHY NOT USE THENIF roneweg Sz. Selroenltgen oo fobbing Gl'C1l7L3l'.Y una' Tea I m porferr O I-lnfnlred Sixty-fig!! ...,..- ....-..-.,-.......-..-.......-.........,4. .-....-..-..-.:-..-.....-......-...-.....-. 1.1.1 1 1:11 u1gn1uu1 1 1 --1:1-I 1ql1un1-1 1 1 1 1 11:1nl1.u1un.1nu1g.1uu-un1.+ I Tfu' IV07Ij7lII't'll Extends I is C0771pll771U7IfJ' to ffm Grndzmtifzg Clair I of flu? T homas Jefferson H' h S h 1 I lg C oo 1 T I THE Nmzparril lmprs all tlnxrr young mrn and -wrmzrn -will .ftny in our rity and vrztfr in 17II5il1l',f,f or i7lH,l45f7'il1l fifr. Ur, if flujy go on to mffrgz' with flu' idrrz of fifting fl14'r11.r4'li'z'5 for grfrlfrr rjf7irir'ncy, : Ilzry will do so with flu' 15147170513 of bringing tlzrir falvnff bark I0 Council Bluffs, 7L'l7F7'I' ilu' opjmrtzmifirs fm' juxt IIS grrai ru frm ln' fozmfl rznywllrrf. ! I . -,...,.-...- - -...-....,..-...-....-...-........-......,...-..- - ., -..-..-..-..- .. ....-..-I+ ...-.....-....- - - .. - .. - ... -...... 4......-,...-...-...1-......-........,...........-,,,,-,,,-, -g 11- . ! 1 Q 1 4 I ff f F 1 L 1 Good Health my and Not lm!-D . 1 ' von . "P erly Pasteurizedu , 'T ' mp 1 Q 11,2 1 A. Q S. 5 . N , 5 Mllk and Cream Q 1 - .1 I Y 1 L I E e s V l Pham 4646 , - - C, , 1 I 1Harrg QI. Glrnml Gu. g A. 81 S. Samtary Dalry Rm! Emmf, LOW, L I IlI.f1ll'1I7ZCL' of All Kimfx 205 south Main I : Brozulxvrly '.lihC2IIl'C Bldg. 3 1 1 'P -1- Ouc Huurlral Si.1'ly-nine .3-................-.....:Asf:-..-.. f.- -.. s- -.. V-.- .. 2 - - f z- .. Zz- ....::.k I An Excellent S tart . . . l I for any young man or woman after graduation would be to T select a good bank in which to start their business career. l DEPARTMENTS: I Cmnnzrrcial ffccomztr Trust D6Pll7'f1lll'7ll 1 Sawing: ffcmunfs Saffty Dvjmsit Vault I co1UNcu. Bwrrs SAVINGS BANK I H : 7 COUNCIL BLUFFS f - IOWA lf I JOHN G. Woovwixkn, Prexitleur H N. P. DODGE, Chairman of Board T E. R. J.-xcicsow, Trust Officer 5 GEO. A. KMQLINI-2, I'iue-President H. W. HAzr:L'1'oN, ,-Issismnz Cashier u 5 E. P. Scnoi-:N'rc1-QN, Vice-Presidenr H. C. H.n"rENnAU1aR, Axsistam Carhkr ll I B. A. GRQNSTAL, I'i4-e-I'rni.1enf JOHN M. JURGENS, Axsistant Cayhier ll I W. M PYPICR, Cashier E. H. SPETMAN, Assistant Cashier T LAVPIRNI-I TOLLINGIZR, 1-lrsiymur Trust Ojlicfr .i...-.,... - sg - .. :inf-.-..-.sc ,..f:.-.1 g: -KY..-....: :-..-,,- : - zwu, - :-......,i. l'ommittcc on Sllsrcixallcc: 1"-""'-' """"-"-" -'-- """"'!' Nt-silim Tcrbor fchril L 'fl'1"mPk"k IWP 1 Con gwzlzilatioizs H Yorcmop Lclite i L I Uommittec on Dates: : 1: to the Grzzduzztifzg Clam' Rellim Trcbor Reknclf Rchtsc l Retsof Niiauiw T of Tllofnflf .IU-HLVAION il Manifesto Committee: ' . H Niioi, gangs. H :gh School L Blok Tscnre l ! Spillihp Eciln I N : 1: l l. Miss Miller fin English classl: "Lewis, i full me what it is, when I say, I love, you i 0 5 love, he loves?" g li Lewis Summers: "Th:1t's one of them tri- Q ! :mgulars where somebody gets shot." I ' ' I l Pcrcy Kirkpatrick: "May I go to the li- I li lirzlryil' I Miss King. .lwhm Mn CARMICHAEL Percy: "In order to get 21 date." . Q 5 Pharmacy L Business man: "I want Z1 boy for Saturilay Pllimf 174-6 2319 VV- BYWHY but he must he very capable." , . I Mr. Myers: "Sir, I have several for you I Clmncll Bluffs, IUWH H that are capable of anything." 4.--..f-..-..::.::...-.sw ..-..-.:, ..-..-.2 ui- One Hundred Seventy nf .. 1- 1 'I 1' . 175. 'N Q" ' . 'K "RF gggz .f T-i'.1 ' ' Q' ir T-XS-2 ' V x - ., , v 1. Q' f 'L ' 1 My if N . 5257 S YOU S T AND 5: ou the tlzxreslzold ,Tl-, Q i . of your careers let me jozu with your frieudy zu wzklzzug that every splendid wQfz'ou of your future zlv realized- Ana' that every one of your ezmbitiouy dreams come true. ' -291 - A 1. T-.Q-Q V ,f 'G' 7--X1-L -V . ,. x - ,. . "vi 'TX-- 1 m x w 1 40 1 : g fm N. ' ' N .w Q. -- ff ' C' Q, 34 -.v CIOLONIAL RESS E. J. SWOBODA 17th and Webster Sts. YQ T fi? ""J '2"' "Q k":l Tic' mfs' 15" fit' Iii! 'id' Wit' lic! 'iv lfil W fi' lic! 'N in lie! Ji? Qfif Liil ' o 'e- .," been One HnnJre.l Se e Iv, 0 e We Pz'cfu1'tf5 ff We Make Engravings Qpllege and High Schanl An nu als 1 6' fm .!..-..-...-..-..-..-..-..-.-.-...-...-...-..-..-.......-.......-..-..-..-...-...t-..--...-..-...-...-...-..!. 1 ! L 'll'AlFlFlE DRUG COMPANY 1 1 ,. .. e l I X, TVVO SIORPA----Q A U eeqw 1 I Broadway at Sixth-Phone 327 l I 1 326 West Broadway-Phone 814 I 1 I - e U ! . . . I E Inzportra' and Domwstif Pl'7'.fIlflll'S zn Bulk rind in Fnuey Gif! Packages i .iw-....-......-...-...-..-..-...-...-.........-...-..- .-...-..-..-...-...-...-..-...-........-..-............fi- Al Brownell: UVVell, dad, I just ran up to """-"-"""" -""""""""'-""' """""!' say hellofl Z" I Al's Dad: "Too late son. Your mother ""',. I run up to say frood-hyc :md -rot all the I' " ' F b Correct 'uv iT -Q1-' ' 5 Merle Roztrty Qspenking to new studeiitsl: rl i "You say you ezuue from Detroit, th:1t's where - i' L they make automobiles, isn't it?'I 7. 1 If W Q New Student: "Sure, but we make other 0 II, lt 1 things in Detroit, toof' : ,I Il 1 I Merle: "Oh, Yes, I know. I'x'e ridden in YV' I N- ill i l - ' 'emf' th W Ll ...........lT , ,f 1 Dave Miller flooking oldlt "It was lie- -l y - ! cause of her past I didn't marry her." " I Al Copeland: uVVhat's the matter with her il it 11. 1 I past" N l 'F . F Dave: "Too long." i 5 - - 2 -i---1 in I Mary Thoglnurtin: "I like Il mam with a past, he is always interesting." Elizabeth Lloyd: "I like Il man with il future, he is more interesting." Hazel Clinkenheard: "I like il man with rt present, and the more expensive the present the more interest I take in it." in :l1I:+::f: -:: :u1nu1u :u-:::nn1n-nga l 4660gI 2305 W. Broadway I S Commercial l C l e a Il e r s I i Que day service ' E ifQmQ"Sa. TL? I I U. S. Bolmn Council Bluffs, Ia. i illllll:'T-"nl ' '::"l2 ' i 2 l:f -lli:l1l:T4 .inirlnuinn-. .-.u.-l......-u-. ..1...........1. Iowa Clothes Shop I HARRY CO1-IEN , 536 VV. Brozulway Council Bluffs, Ia. g -i' .....-.......-..-..................-...............'. Mineral Springs Enttling 8: Ganhg Gln IVlANL'mc'1'L'Rr2Rs , or .ILL Kmns or I Beverages and Candy 319 South 14th Street JA. 6072 OMAI-IA, NEB. i 'I' One Hznzilreil Sewlzly-Ihree l i 1 l l l l Q 'Q' l -I- II...-... 1--1-I-in--.-ng-ui -.-.1-ui..-1--1 1 ini.1.-1...1..-1..1........-.1..-nl.-1.-. 1 I RELIABLE FMWMMK sELLINc: Mow I o1'.'xL1'rY lwfflffw- wi: BUY ooons enney A Fox LESS- ,ILWAYS ' nzmnrriswr ucv-HS SELLING MOST I ,IT LOXVER 418 Wes: Broadway wi-2 SELL i PRICES Council Bluffs, Iowa Poll Lass ll 1 - . . , . li a.ETC7'yflll7lg to Wear For tfm Efztzre I'fmzzly" 1 ll... E i-'ii I H CASH-BUYING ADVANTAGES I E FIRST-'You pay less heeausc Cash Prices are Lower than credit Priced l SECOND-You get more enjoyment from what you huy, knowing it 1 paid for. THIRD-You Save more and Have more. FOURTH--No "Dead Horse" to pay for. l FIFTH, SIXTH and SEVENTH--Peace of Milld, Contcntment and Q Independence. I .i,.1..,-...-.I-.I1u-.n--n-n--n1---nu--n-nu-nn 1-1-1111-1 Iv- 1 1 1- I-'if' I ! Q CWhenever useea I ' ,if -'N ""'f"l Circle of- ' i i ff5QQ'f, ' I ' l',5.j- 'J ' I If K wi I ,,,,,. i A 1 -.s you go down the street Q you will see hundreds of I circles. Each one should ' remind you of the famous E Inner-Circle Candies. Q Joan e. wonnwum a. co. "ThuCandyMen" T Council Bluffs, Iowa i . I i I 4 i - 4. ' -sn, : 191 I, 21, " , l , ff if I X Wiser jog. I V7OfS7""y A ' 'ff-7: X957 'I 2 'UQ .I If . ef' 9 ' L' I--izgij I vm uYiVH',,"' U 4357, ' .fi . I zo. nc H11u.lrf.l Sl'i't'llf.l'-f'Olll' .1.p......- .i..i..i..1-nil....un1n-.--n.-. To the Clays of 1926 -r L L M ay -we extend our congrfzt-zllatiom w H to you on your grrzdwzztion and our sincere wislzw' for contzimzed success in yew- zrlzoswz career? I Q A is ' J 5' Lf-Xi W I 66 99 1, Dress W ellll and Sueeeedl L Mens Fashion Shop I ll 541 Broadway T The ity Na ion T. G. TL'RNliR, Clmirlmm of llzf Board Rom-:RT W. TL'RNr-ZR, Prrmlenl I-2. H. DClOLl'I"l'I.l'l OscAR KIQELINE W. H. KIMRALI. F. H. Kl,OPl'lNlT W'u.x.1AM ORR I ,igqvgl-.niuingiu-ilpiguvl + ui -- in-un--aluminium-nuzuua-uuiuinui --: 1 :i 4: 1 +: 1 1-: -1 :Y-Yr. - : in-1+ I 5 T IJ ml n I 1. COUHCII Bluffs, Iowa M l OFFICERS H 1 R. D. M. 'TURNI-IR, Vine Prex. ami Trusl Ujfirrr J. D. WADswoRTH, Vice I'rmideuf 5' Osouz K1f:r:1.1Nr:, Vive. l'r-fxiflmf 5 L'nARL1f1s W. PARKS., Caflfin- Q P. J. Mclhumz, Am. Caxhier IRA L. H.-ws, .4.f.:l. C mhier ' DIRECTORS joy: W. SMITH T. G. TURNER X R. D. M. TVRNFR G. W. VAN BRUNT : NI. D. VVADSVS'0R'I'lI . ! ..-..-...-.-.-...-..-..-..-.--..-. .-..-..-.--...-.....g. One H mnlrefl Secefzfy-jiw L .g..-...-. ...,......-..-............ - -..........-................-...... .. - .. - ....-.......... il CUflfIPL1.l'I1f.VTS OF l o 5 ootlrmg uneratl ome l Thr Home of Faiflzfnl Sr'1'i'icr i and Synzpathrtiv Can' 7 i - . W A L4 5 121 S. 7th Street Ambulance Service Phone 339 l q..-i.--.........-,......,......-.. --.- ......-......-......-..-..-...- .. .. - -................. TI1"'?-314'idlilllllTlllllillillt-'ll-ill? i 'Sli-Ili-ll ' :lt-rllt-lll+C'.T Zilldill-Sl lilli l . . f i Uhr lgnung 11152115 Glhrmtmn Azz n Seventh Street 8x First Avenue L Irs Physical and Relivious Activities are I , tziptn e to ig tcmoo oys. l M hi' H' h s 1 is 1 .Ua'r11Iu'rsl1ip ffrs 1 rrrzsonalzlfr. .g......-.......-.........-..........-..- .........................- .. -.................-..- ... Nlr. Reinel: "I just got a 33.00 bill." M r. Carter: "lmposihle.'l Nl r. Reinel: "Tell that to my dentist, it's from him." Mr. Hays Qproudlyl: "My baby girl can say "candy", whenever she sees Z1 store now. Coarh Thompson: "That's nothing. Mine says "filler u V' whenever she sees :m was sta- . P' tion." Next time during the treasure-hunt, ll speed cop overhauls you and asks where you're going, tell him you're hurrying to buy tickets to the policeman's lull before they are all sold out. P. S.-This works day or night, anywhere. Assembly, Mr. Bump sitting in front of Carlyle Dryden. Mr. Bump Qturning nroundl: "Cz1n't you see unythingin Carlyle Dryden fpnthetieallyl : "Can,t see a hit of the stage." Mr. Bump Qknnwinglyl: "Why then, I'll tell you what to do. You keep your eyes on me and laugh when l dofl One Hlfmlrml Seifenry-six ,inin .-............1.......1...-......1..1 EAT AT ILIJS Home Lunch ALVVAYS OPEN .g..g..g..q-. 2801 Ave. A Opposite Car Bain .1.H...I-....-anis..-n,,inn.....-pu.-..1..i ......1.......u..-,u1..1n.-...-.........-...1.... FASHION'S BEST is NEVER EXPENSIVE nt The Peoples Department Store U Comzfil Blllji, Bargain C ount1'r" -1m.-uiq... ..1.u.1..1..1..1...-......- -go.---1 :Q -- gaiw- ff:-.::ff:- 1 fav: :- ! I .-Lf W .-. -T:T:.W 11:4 -r--ng. i C :' Aft CHYVCI' Your , u Photographer ii ii l , , - as I 0 X o U K U , Z L g . Exif. P ii S? - 5,4 I 4552? A 'U 50' ii l i ! 1 l llflaker of All Photographic VVorl-1 In This Annual 1 I Studio Phone Studio Located 1 4143-W 531 West Broadway fi I ,. .g..-...::......:. ....,.-.11 1-5 1.-1 ---z- - -5,---:rff-Q: 5.-.2 ......:-1: ::-.:,,...-..i. Bob Nlillcr: "l'd like to propose 11 little 'l""""':::-:z :'-:"""' r ':-' 'ff Zffnf toast? X Esthur Flinker: "Nothing doing, Bob, l If you appreciate 5 want n regular meal." I1 li . H I l Helen Martin, thc next day after Junior H reception. I Mr. Myers fstcrnlyl : "Wcll?" 1: Miss Martini fsadlyil: "Not very, sir' H ll I . Suspicious Mother: "Clarence, where have you been all evening?" H V Clarence A.: "Pvc been talking businc i " with Bruce Baker? I can the dependable V Mother: "YL-s. And I suppose that is ff 1, baking powdcr sprinkled all over your shoul- H lElL acl ltr 1 if e 0 Q, B. B. fdurin-r Solid Geometry rccitationl: - 1 "If I hadnlt lisa-cn so dumb I would have 714 718 W Broadway U found my mistake." If Phone 2857 Miss King Cnodding' hcndl : "Quite right." Grant Fleul-Zur: "Jimmie, how do they gi vaitrli lunaticsf' Jimmie James: "XVith face powder, bcnuti- Q :md soft words." Q. ll ful gowns, smiles, I 1 , . lim home of real serzme . H Z, :ish -1432 --......gg One H mnirefl S e-willy-seven P'- I L. . +.....-.... .. 1 .. 1 2... - 1 s: -,gg , 2 -::,.L,..-. 2 Qi OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT AT THE I ommereial ational Bank l LOCATED AT 1 Scott Street and Broadway The Convenient Corner I Organized 1901 H Capital - - S 1 00,000.00 l ll W. A. IN'1AL'xr:R, Presideuz ll R. B. BARNUM, Cashier I Directors: J. CHRIS jENsEN, Vice-President L. E. ALRERTI, fl.f,fi.rtal1t Cashier l ll W. A. IVIAURIQR B. P. Wlcxnrmxu E. P. ScH0i.N'rui:N W' l-'. I-'. EVEREYI' J. Culus JENSEN E. H. Do0Li'rr1.E if A. F. SMITH .jL.-...-.....1. ......-: 4:-I :Y T-.Q .. 1.-.T -e 1.-. .....:::n:j::, ... L..---an ...... Edna Supernois: "May I go to my locker?" 1"- ..1q-..w....-..q1.-.-g.-......1,.-..1n,1 Paluka: "VVhat do you mean hy your lovker?'l 9 Edna: "Down to my locker and get a It S drinkf' "Aren't you nearly ready Clyde?" "I wish you w0uldn't keep asking me that T118 Store of question, Roscoe. I've been telling' you the " Quality last hour that I'll be ready in a minute." i "Rastus, what kind of chickens do you like bestll' 5 "VW-ll, suh," said Rastus, "de white ones :un de easiest to Find, hut de black ones am lx Wi I 1 de easiest to hide after you get 'em." 'Bllelah Lesliezl 'just think! He left her T as they stood before the altar." g Fern Coe: "Did his courage leave him at I the last moment?l' i But-lah: "No, it returnedf' T '-"1 F Al Copeland: "Yes, sir, we're very up to I date. Everything here is cooked hy elec- l trieityf' I Don VVood: "I womler if you would I mind giving this steak another shock?" .i..-..,..... One Hllmlrefil Smwlfy-vig!!! In buying Jewelry, thc things that count mostly are Quality, Design, Durability and Wivrth. The Store that believes in these features as Basic Principles is lLeiHfert:'s -...1,.i..-.qg-n1,.1..i..1u......- T17-I-vu :: "::1u-f:n1:: - in- -:1u:7:: -- ::-p: ::i::,7u-- --gt... :q1.:7..--3: I - 1 w7..q1u.- Success is Measured : By Your Ability to Save. ll V l H No matter what your salary may be. You must plan U to save a certain amount of it each week or each month. Start a savings account with this association at once, if and watch your dollars grow. VVe are paying on if savings. li fi : , if C Bl M 1B 'lcl' SL A T o. u s utua ui mg oan ss n li Phone 187 E. V. GllS'l'AFSON, S1-n-.vary I3 Pearl St. M DIRECTORS :i H. W. HAZliL'I'ON J. T. HEss F. S. A1NswoR'1'11 E. A. lWORFHOOL'SlC F. A. Fox FRANK M. W11.1.1.x1w1s i' . .i......-.....-..-..-.. ..-.-.a.....c..-..-:c.-.c -..e..-..a..-.. 1. -..... He Qferventlyil: "And when are you go- ing to allow me to kiss you?" H She: "Come around Friday. That's aina- ' - - .. li 1 . teur mgnt. H . . . e ' . U i ..., T Elmer Ogren: "So you imagine you know " as much as the professor, do y0u?'l How is A that?" 1 Bob Milisen: "VVell, he himself has said l that it is quite impossible to teach me any- thing." 1: anhattan Cafe At the Thanksgiving football game. :i "Now, said the young fellow, as the game l was about to start, "you will see more excite- Where the meals ment for a couple of dollars than you ever saw before." H are tasty and with Service Plus "Pm not sure about that," replied an elderly L man, "that's all my marriage license cost me." xl ll.-i-.-.i l Red Nelson says Alice V. IIIUSK have heen vaccinated with a phonograph needle, she talks so much. x junior: "Between you and me what do you H think of Jack's girl?" Senior: "Between you and me, not so - H Phone 3751 341 W. Bldway muchg but alone-oh, boy!" ' Q..- Z... -. .. K-. . K. . jc. "!' l .: .. .. :. li .. .. .. .: .. .. 1: .: l :: ll 9: . ,i . :: :. 4: -i- '!' l 1: l li :: i: i: ll 1. 1: :: l li ii ii l .. .. if . In ...- .Y-.... ... .. , 7 .-.n-1:51-un. Y. 740 One Humirefl Eighty-one o!m-.-- - T:- ----in--. :-1:--n :--.---: 1.---1 -1.221 -- f:- -2- - ,:......- 1 I I I l I I I 5- Aliee Viherg: "Pvc been engaged to "Red" nearly two years. Donlt you think it's about time I married him?" Father: "Oh, I don't knowg if you really care for him, let him remain happy as long a you can." "Now classfl said Mr. Jungbluth, "I want you to be good while I :mm outf' "FII be good for a penny," spoke up Otto Christensen. "Otto,l' said Junghluth, "I want you to remember that you cannot be in a class of mine unless you can he good for nothingf' -fl. - 4..-..-..-..-..-.........-..............-............g. i 3 lEVE'S BAKERY 2 l A full line l I 0 f pastry ig- 934 W- B'dway Phone 9111 T .5..-......,..-...... e-. ..g. .rn-nn--n-uu-n--uu-uu-un-nn-n1a-1.11:--nu? 5 APPRECIATION L T of .the i Class of 1926 1 to the I E Council Bluffs Broom l T Co. I For Donation .i..-..- .........-..-........-..-..-.......-......Q. Om' HI17ltflI'c'z1 Eigflfj'-ratio ,ff STORE Dedicated to Buftw' Flames I elterson and hoening o, "E'veryzfhVing for the Home" .7-. -.15 -......-un :-1-af:--:p.-ngnu Y First Class in Every Respect Strrrt Cars to All Dfpofx The Neumayer NEUMAYER se MERGEN, Pmpy. 200fO2fO4fO6 and 08 Broadway -inn. -uf-1.-1: ::7:: '-n:+nn1n.-1-f:n-n: Mr. and Mrs. jackson give Their Personal Attention Jackson Funeral Home AMBULANCE SERVICE Phone 396 23 S. 6th St. Younkerman Seed Co. The Q-zmlity Home Everything in field and garden seeds- also poultry feeds, supplies and remedies. 164 W. Broadway Phone 3077 -pin1..i..1..-..i..1..i..-...i..i..1..... 1nlii-nin,-.n....n-.,,i.n1u-...yin-1-..14.p1u Katzenstein oRocERY Stnpfr and Fancy Grocf'riz's Plume 5828 4,10 South 16th St. RADIO LUMBER Any Length, thickness or Width Walnut, Oak, Poplar, White Pine Our Factory is the largest and the best equipped in Southwest- ern Iowa. Phone 202 C. HAFER Office: 135 W. Broadway Max QQ N FUI' B1'ff1'r Sr'f7Jfc'1' Groceries and lVIeats l I l Phone 1585 3000 Ave. B 11,7 --iuuius 1411.7 1--11.7-.-...YL in'-1.1n1.u..un1.l1np-uiquinn.-.ni.n..n L. H. RIEAMS First Class Carnations at all times Tel. 834 ' 500 N. 26th St. COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA ll-.lr - nrfzninn -111: ::7::i:: :lin un Y: min-.qu A. M. Lundgard Tailor OOO 0 S27 W. Broadway Phone 420W UPSTAIRS L I- wa- I- M wa- --as-fr lEsancy Grocery Staple and Fancy GROCERIES Fruity and Vegetables 120 W. Broadway Phone 846 I Council Bluffs, Iowa I in-: :-.: :I .4 'I' Office Phone l.1,4TRCS. Phone 64.4 I Br. Zllrank Earl Bellingrr Practical General Surgery. Wednesday EVILNINGS: 7 to X Thursday Saturday Owxci: l'l0L'RS:' 1 to 5 P. M. Sumlny COUNCIL BLUFFS, I by Ajvpoizzfment . IOWA 'I' I I I I I I I I I I I .........i. LET The Car Barn Barlher Shop Help you present :L neat appearance. JOHN P. KERN, Proprietor . n . l : l l .. . I . I n . l . .g.................... 2 803 Avenue A Om' H mnirefl Eighty-three .!......-..,:.-:: 2-1 22- -.. 2 Z1 :-.E.. - :....W-..f:.-: 2 gf.. Y..-zfzi.. l l l I he S 0 ' ' tate ZIVIHQS HH ll COUNCIL BLUFFS E rj V ? Assets Over S3,'783,3OQ.OQ il i T ,l 'i S ll Cordially Invite Yom' ll S!Z'Ui7lg.f Acfozmt ll l H I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I- Our excellent System for systematic savings aifords 1 the means of our depositors attaining a position of inde- Q pendence and prosperity. if A Savings Account in this bank forms, and stimulates habits of thrift and economy so essential to the future if welfare of the individual. Our TRUST DEPARTMENT and new SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS afford the latest and lnost efficient up-to-date protection for your valuables. :L -I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I-L an l B. P. WIQKHAM, Pre.vi.1cnr H. L. TINLEY, Cashier VV. S. BAIRD, l"ire-I'rr.fiiIv11t 4111.1 Trust Officer VV. B. HOL'GH, flfsixtanl Cashier C. C. Hovcn, Assixfaur Caxhier .L B. H. SPl'1'ZNAf:L1-i, .-l5.vi.flanI Cashier . i ,J AUKELLIA R. TINLEY, .-lxsistanl Cllljllifl' Enwm F. Hunmnn, ,4.ffimm1 Cashier .L.,,,, :.- -..-.i 2 I :Ex 2-5.1 N 1:3 -..I -.. One H nudred E ighfy- f our .i...1.. .-u1I.1..1...-u1.l1...-I..-..1..1....m 4. .-...........-........-...-..-....-..-..-..-...-..g. 1..-.......-...-....-..-.......-......-......-..-. ' 'Uh l Q' 7 ,Y Q 1 Xa-Wo Ns.. . HN-J . ' Compliments of the Citizens Gas and Electric Company f!:5'I t -52 5 'I Lrzwis CL"rL1-Lk L. HENRY CUTLER CU'II'lL.IE1R'S Funeral Home 533 Willow Ave. First Door West Public Library AMBULANCE Phone 97 Personal llfll'Ilfi0Il givin all falls, bofh .lay aurf night in city or uomlfry. 1n,,1nl1n.-n-1...-n.,.-.u.-u-...nn-nn.-n--.nnln ....-................-..-.............y. -. '!' I iiffm B1-fr Ifviffmf H For a Happy and Proyperous F ururg Fred R, Shaw FLOWER SHOP Q Q, u ...lh -4 riff ---'---l--.. . L l n 0 :V " "E if 11 W a.. ,.x T "WL T Ei Flowers for All Occasions. By VVire, Fast Mail or Express. ! i. 545 W. Broadway Phone 104 l .-....-.,......-...-..-..-..- -..-.......-.--..g. lillinil:illiuilnvnzuurlliuiinrvuuinn? l ,aa-'i" P. H ii MickeI's Music Store L ,, 334 VVcst Broadway H Ortliophonic Victrolas Victor Records and Sundries VVhite Rotary Sewing Machines Sewing lVlachinc Supplies Expert Hemstitching Atwater Kent Radios ,, Conn Band and Orchestra Instru- ,Q ments German Made Violins 1. Brinkerhoif Pianos in Mllsical Instrument Repair Work 7,.i..,, on .. n. .n1n..7n...p.7ncfi::.ig1 5 -- - -----f - - .L One I I 1111.1 reii Eighty-jifve in 1:1-n-inf:-1nn1u :u1n7:: :: :: :u-- 1 . , 3 Tourists Supplies li We carry :L complete line of Tourist T and Army supplies. T . T T Councll Bluffs Army Store T WHERE QUALITY CCUNTS T Phone 2623-J I5 VV. Broadway .i..-..l-........-..-..- - .-....-..-...-......... .g..-..-...-..-..................................- . l i To the Class of 1926 I l VVe appreciate the patronage you I have extended us, and wish you i much more sueeess and happiness i in the future. l Steinberg Brothers i 1428 YV Broadway Phone 1946 -if- 1- l I i Harry Krasne ! Groceries-IW eats I Ig fl t S quare Deal Priuef E 2101 Ave. C Phone 250 1 +.11W...n1:111.11:-1nu1..1..1.p-..pi..1..-I .f.f:.......f:.-1.-.. 1.11.-.. :--.::..-..--ug. i H. B O RW ll C K I 209-211 SO. Main St. i XVALL PAPER ART PAINT i ROOM MOULDINGS i .-1150 Pir'f11l'e5, Framing ami Ar! i Illaierials. I - Give Us a Trial U A i Council Bluffs, Iowa Phone 683 4..-:.-.1 2 ..-..-I :.-.:,,:.-.:4.. Z.-. O ne H umlrcd E ight y-six ....1..1n1..1uui..1.nin.1-1.-1-..-..1. ni.-1--1.,n-.,.1n.1n1un1n1u.-,n.-u.1n.-.uu u1.uiu.1--inning.-u1.n1..1 1 -. .-uni W er Do Picture Framing Lewis SL Emarine Printers nnd Strztiorzrrs Pearl and Broadway Phone liz Council Bluffs, Iowa L. C, Bralelkerct: Bookseller Stationer News Dealer Established 1372 Council Bluifs, Iowa i,.,1..1..1..1..-..1..1..1..iniginl .-.-.1.n1.n1uu1,l.-lg.-.u.-q....,i...1q.-.n.. F. L JLAINSON F lorzkt Cut Flowers and Funeral Designs Wedding Boquets and Decorations Visit our Collservalory on Canning Sl. Phone 2900 4..-..., -..-.. .. .. .. .. ,,., W mln-..u1unin-..n..n......1uu-.nn.-..1.niu,-. Fred Evers SL Co. DEALERS IN Meats, Groceries, Etc. Telephone 2695 231172313 W. Broadway n-mp -n1n...n:.inn1l:7 u :n...n: :Y :n1n:7 ...ln 1uu1.u...nn.1n1.l1u-1.n...n-,un 1nu..n-11.11-. Kuhn Flower Store FLOWERS 1-'OR ALL Orokisioxs Phone 623 I2 Pearl St. ...--n..u.1nn1uu1-.1nu1n..1un1nu1u...-my-api-I 1...-nnL.u 1.1111-1..1u1.-inn,-11-n-.n.1n E. E. !l11IrEnnnrll Gln. Ifzsurance We stake our reputation on Prompt Payment of Claims 206 Nonpareil Court Building Phone 1133 ...Ili .- 1 .....1u.....-...- .-...-.5-ln... C of Quality From the Most Complete Stock in the City I I I Council Bluffs Coal Sl Ice Company 9th and Broadway Phone 72 UI N N FUR IUYLITY JNIJ UICK SERVICE Quinn Lumber Co. - m...u..un1uni--1n.1-n-n.1-.1-,1.....,.1. ..u1n.1nn.- nn.,--in-1:-..nu1n.-.nu-.QI1 ,lm -.u1uniun1.,1-u 1.11--uininn-.-.lu n.-n :ln-1.1-1-ui.-11:1-n1un1 1 1n--.nu14.u.- TR Y The Branch for Good Clothes E? Furnishings IVIZIIII 81 Bflbilllwlly n1.n....n1un1ni.-1u1..1nn1-1.11.1-I--uni Robt. E. Anderson DR UGGIST HMTMKT, 932 W. Broadway COUNCIL BLUFFS, ICWA u.-.-lap-nu-.uu..u-.1nu1:-1..nn1.n-.spin-...1. l'A'I'RONIZI:f fill' Wesl End Barber Shop L. E. Pruxkiiv, Prop. Aix? 3:37 NV. Broadway AL'nion Shop 11.--inln1nniun1..i.u11.1.-11.411,-.url O Frank K. Centarri Elfdriz' IVnrk Slim' Rrpairing Me11's half soles, seweid ..... 31.25 Pauco soles, men, sewed .... 1.25 Women's half soles, sewed. . 1.00 Firsl Clam lfI'orl' Gmzranrfml 2404 West Broadway ful!!! HIlIIxil'a'if Eighfy-if I M... ,1..1un.-n.1:.1..i-11In-1-1-I.-nu-.11 l I L . gllllililillIIllllllIIIIIlllllIililllllllllllllilllll'lilllllllllilllllllllIIEIilllllllllllllilillllllflflllilllilllllllllilllllllllllilllilllllllllllililllllllllilillIIIIIIlllllllllilllllililllllilblilllllllllllllilllllll I I IIIIIE Wise Cracks From the Wise Ones -illlll lllllllllllllllllllllllllll Illhlllilll IilllllilII'llIlllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllililllllllil IIllllllililllllllllllfllllllllllfI'IllllllillltllllllllllIllllllxllllI1IlllIlIllII.l-IIlillIll'IlIlIIIIlllflllllllllll NNE Marie M.: "Does your new cook speak good English?" Larney: "No, he speaks broken China? Lorene: "Say, did you ever notice what lot of muscle a singer has? I wonder why it isii' Goldie: "Oh, they get that searching for high notes? Freshman: "VVhat is it makes the Tower of Pisa Lean? Junior: "VVorry over the thoughts of how near it is to falling, I guess." James McCoy: "Arc you the man who cut my hair last time?" Barber: "I couIdn't he, sir, I've only been here a year." Russell Cox: "Say, you know those world fliers were lost in the Arctics about a weekin Jack Hoden: "No, how did they keep from freezing to death?" Russell: "Well, you see, they landed on a mountain range." Eifieiency Commercial Student: "You told me to file these letters, sirf, Mr. jungbluth: "Why, yes." Commercial Student: "Well, I was just thinking that it'1l be easier to trim 'em with a pair of scissors." Coming l'p Teacher: "VVhat is a volcano, Jimmie?" Jimmie: "I think, sir, it is a mountain with a sick stomach." Paddle-d John: "Mother am I a canoe. Mother: "Certainly not! VVhat makes you think that?" John: "VVell, you are always saying you like to see people paddle their own canoes, and I thought I must be yours." Q pn "Can't you wait on me?" asked the im- patient customer. "Two pounds of liver. I'm in a hurryf' "Sorry, madam," said the butcher, "but there are two or three ahead of you. Surely you don't want your liver out of order." One H umlrefl Eighty-eight , , Y ,.-.,. - ,......,, "VVho won the race to the fence, you or the ball?" "It was a toss up." New Yorker: "Talking of speed, why in the north we plant beans one day and they are blooming the next morning." Georgian: "Aw that ain't nuthing, we stick a crowhar up in the ground when we knock off in the evening and in the morning it's sprouting ten-penny spikes." Tom tspeaking to a new friendl : "VVherc do you work, Jimi" Jim: "In Ia domino .factory." Tom: "VVhat do you do?" Jim: "I put the spots on." Tom: "Why aren't you working today?" jim: "Well, you see they are making hlanks today." Teacher: "VVhy do you always add up w ronglyi " Scholar: I don't know. at 35 :v Teacher: "Does anyone help you. Scholar: "Yes, my father." Teacher: 'VVhat is he." Scholar: "A waitcrf' One small jack can lift a car, hut it takes a lot of jack to keep it up. "Here," said a guide to a party of visitors in a city park, "are several plants that belong to the Begonia family." "Indeed,,' exclaimed an old dame, "how kind of you to take care of them, while the family is away." Gerald Buchannan: "I can't say much for my skin, but I've a pockethook they love to touch." Beulah Leslie Iqthree years from nowib : "It must he three years since I saw you last. I hardly knew you-you have aged sol" Alice Peterson: "Reallyl Well, I wouldn't have known you except for that dressl' Conversation heard at the hurning of the Grand Hotel. "We are in a pickle," said one gentleman. "A regular jam," murmured another. 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