Thorntown High School - Exode Yearbook (Thorntown, IN)
- Class of 1928
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V i 'li lwillhiil ilfiii .'1lfTll' THIQ EXODE i
In the course of human events, it becomes necessary for the members 'of a class
to dissolve the social bonds which have connected them with an entire high school
and to assume among the powers of earth the separate and equal stations to which
the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them. A decent. respect for the opin-
ions of teachers requires that they should declare the causes which lmpel them to the
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LiCpd'T2l'femliistoi'y of the faculties of the Thorntown High School-for the past four
years is a history of repeated injuries and' injustice QSO W0 C0USlfl0T0d lil all haVlY1g
as a direct object the establishment of an. absolute tyranny .over these students. To
prove this, let the facts be candidly submitted to an open-minded world. . 0
The faculty has repeatedly required that order be maintained at all times in the
study hall. . . , ,
They have assigned lengthy lessons in all subjects and insisted upon perfect re-
They have deducted from our citizenship grades for offenses of which even the
Recording Angel failed' to take note.
They have forbidden us the use of chewing gum in classrooms, hall and assembly.
They have inflicted upon us examinations which McMurray himself would have
"fiunked" in his youth.
They have sent us to the very Gates of Death to retrieve a language whose last
breath expired centuries before the Dark Ages. I -
These are only a few of our innumerable grievances, detrimental to life, liberty
and the pursuit of "happiness
We, the Seniors of 1928, have been so persecuted that many of our number have
fallen by the wayside or have fled in search of regions more favorable to their pur-
suits of happiness. l
In the autumn of 1924, twenty-eight unseasoned and badly frightened Freshies
entered Thorntown High School.However, we soon regained our momentum, organized
our class and chose Miss Peery and Mr. Neptune for our sponsors. Before the begin-
ning of the second semester, Buren Richardson and Edna Mae Billingsly suvcumbed
to the venomous glances of Wm. Royce and withdrew. A few months later Ralph
Bailey followed in their footsteps. At nearly this same time Freda Peters, Helen
Louise Ziegler and Mary Williams transferred to other schools, due to change of resi-
dence, and we were joined by Ruth Leonard and Herbert Barnett, from neighboring
VVe began our Sophomore year without five of our former classmates, namely,
Archie Hill, Herbert Barnett, Pauline M,undell, Lewis and Floyd Smith. Our grief at
this loss was assuaged by the entrance of Vera Kepple, Robert Owsley, Marvin and
Ross Bu1'kett. This year, we were efficiently sponsored by Miss Paddock and Miss
Baker. In the course of the year, Helen Nance withdrew, thus decreasing our class
During our Junior year we were excellently sponsored by Miss Gauld and Mr.
Spivey. Under their direction, the class play, "The Fortune Hunter," was a pleasing
success and almost everyone agreed that we knew how to manage a Junior-Senior re-
ception. During this school year Donald Wait, Anna Cleaver and Roscoe Stewart join-
ed' our depleted ranks.
In the autumn of 1927. we Seniors were prepared to guide the erring footsteps
of the Freshmen in the straight and narrow way. Our class was enlarged by four new
members, Mildred Robbins, Elsie Sisson, .lean Johnson and Nellie Meeks, two of
whom soon withdrew, one heeding the call of the wedding bells. This year we also
lost our faithful student Walter Leach, 'who suddenly learned he was a misfit and de-
cided to withdraw. At the beginning of the second semester Marvin Burkett, who had
not attended school during the first semester. reentered. For our sponsors this year
Miss Wilkinson and' Mr. McMurray were unanimously chosen.
This, in brief, is our true history and these our grievances which we wish to bring
to your attention. VVQ have come to the parting of ways and must hereby declare our
right to choose our vocations. establish our own destiny, and enter unon the next lap
of the journey we mortals call life fwhatever be 'the consequencesj It is our inalien-
able right, as free persons in a free country to choose these things for ourselves. We,
therefore, with all due respect to our parents, teachers and' classmates, do declare our-
selves free and ind'ependent persons, and with a firm reliance on the protection, aid and
sympathy of our friends and advisors of the past four years, we mutually pledge to
each other and to posterity our lives, our fortunes, and our sacred honor.
W Signed: The Class of '28.
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The Sophomore Class
VIIARLES STIICKEY, EYERE'l"l' MII.l,EI-1, M EliI.E GENTRY, ROBERT
M1-CORKLE, VLARK LONG, IJONALIJ IJALE. Alll'IIlE IIII.I.. SAMl'EL BI'SH.
XVALTER HUBER, RUBY JONES, GENEVA JOHNSON, RENA SL'1L'P'l'ER. PEARL
GENTRY, GRAPE IJEFORIJ, MISS Mc-KINSEY, MISS GAIILIJ, BESSIE BENNETT,
DOROTHY Si'IIMlIl'l', JL7ANl'l'A VROSE. C'A'I'IIERlNE E'l"I'ER. INJROTIIY
C'ASTE'I"1'ER, MARY SUMI"l'ER, MARTHA MOORE, JEAN Mcf'ORKI,E. MARIAN
VVALKER, ALTHEA CURRY, JOHANNE PERRIN, DOROTHY SLOAN, MARY M.
ROBERTS, HENRY ARNOLD, EARL ROBBINS, VVAYNE LOIJIC, DELBERT
HINTON, LLOYD PRICE, JOHN MILLIKAN, VVILBUR HUBER, ROBERT YOUNT,
JOE PARKER, LEWIS CLAWSON, IJVVIGIIT BUTCHER, l"LETl'IIER POWER,
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The Freshman Class
HENRY RIVIC, ASIIICR VONICS, LICXYIS RI'SSICI,I,, MILIJRICID IZARKICR
LEO SUMPTICR, LLOYD BRANINGAN, L'I,ARl'INI'IC MARTIN, NORMAN MORRI-
SON, JULIA ELLEN SI'ICNL'l'IR, MARGARICT IJAGGY, C,'HARI,O'I'TIC XVOOIJY
ROBERTA FII,I,lO'I"I', MARTIIA VARKICR, DORIS IJULIN, DORIS SUMPTICR
JESSE RUTH SMITH, INA SKICICN. MAXXYELI, POXVICR, TRIYMAN XVAIfI'ICRS
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The ncoming Freshmeh
VIRGIL IJAYIS, FARL BARKER, IIOMER YYOR'I'II, EDGAR RILEY,
JEANNE IIEATON, JUSEPIIINE ANDERSON, YISTOL HARRISON, AGNES
VEACH, LAVERNE DOTY, MARJORIE HUTCHINSON, GRACE EVANS, FRANCIS
WILLIAMS, FAY YOUKEY, LAWRENCE FLANINGAM, GLENN ALLEN.
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Resume of Classes
The Senior Class of this year has very capably carried on the usual activities, 501116
new and some old, making a good example for future Seniors of The Thorntown High
School. The Senior Lyceum, whivh was very successful, consisted of two numbers:
"The Apollo Duo" and ul':Il10l'y Parnell, The One Man Band," booked from the Coit-
Alben Bureau. The boys, desiring secret organization, organized the "Moon Shine
Klan' for the purpose of having more high school parties. The Senior play given the
14th and 15th of May left everyone with favorable impression of' them. The class
day exercises were very enjoyable to everyone. This year's "Exotic", the annual for
Thorntown High School and sponsored by Seniors, has every point for a book of its
kind. As for the Seniors being 'stately' they might have been, but the majority of
the underclassmen did not think them superior.
The Junior activities were principally for raising money for the annual "Junior-
Senior Banquet" given by the Juniors lor the Seniors. They scratched their heads and
thought of every way to make sullieieat money for this atl'air. The food market held
December Zelth at Iieonomy Store helped' the Cause greatly. The Junior play, "The
Gypsy Trail" given January 15th and lfith in High School Hall brought in some of the
necessary "dough." As for the Juniors being 'jolly' they always could see the bright
side or everything and laughed their glooms away in making some one else happy.
The Sophomores having been in High School a year were accustomed to wa s off
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High School students. The remainder of T. H. S. students believe the saying "Silly
Sophomores" is true, for in actions and bright remarks they are quite outstanding.
In fall of nineteen-hundred-twenty-seven, twenty-four "Green Freshmen" entered
the d'oors of Thorntown High School. Although quite green in some ways, they have
proved to be an asset to the High School. VVhen it came time for our School Fair,
the Freshmen were here with the "goods" for selling eats. The Seniors desiring to
sell as many Exodes as possible held a contest between the four classes in High
School. The two classes winning were to be entertained by two classes loosing. The
Freshmen and Sophomores were the winners which were entertained by the Juniors
January the twenty-second, nineteen-hundred-twenty-eight, fifteen incoming Fresh-
men brightened the doors of T. H. S.. These seemed quite small and' Fit subjects for
much initiation by the upperclassmen. However, their other Freshmen classmates
proved very capable leaders for them. Although their accomplishments are not out-
standing, they have proved themselves quite useful as well as ornamental.
In a few enterprises all the classes in High School were represented. In Novem-
ber the grade school operetta "The House That Jack Built" was given under able dir-
ection of Miss Gauld. Several High School students took the leading roles. In March
the Glee Club gave "The China-Shop." Several boys were called upon to help carry it
through. Mrs. Hart d'id the accompanying and Miss Gauld the directing.
During the year several students have withdrawn to assume new duties. They
were: Nellie Meek, Caroline Lewis, Grave DeFord, VVilliam Schmidt, Walter Leach,
Merle Gentry, Clarence Martin and VVayne Landing. Two -of our high school girls have
taken the marriage vows. They are Elsie Sisson and Francis Jones Coffman. There
were two girls who came to our school from Lebanon filling the other vacancies. They
were Bessie Jewel Lancaster and Gladys Lancaster. The Freshman class had another
added to its number when Hazel Williams came from the Marshall school.
By Leanna Beesley, T. H. S. '29.
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mmf wmr 'af THE EXODE 5
Miller, Spivey, Power, Arnold, Roth, McMurray, Hubez
Hill, Long, Owsley, Hankins, Stewart' Joseph, Lezithermar
Hinton, Russell, Stuckey.
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55 WHL LXODID 7,504
NO. 1--"WE LOSE"-CLARKS HILL. 62g TIIORNTOWN. 25.
Without the aid of the football boys we journeyed to Clarks Hill and were beaten
by them to the tune of 62 to 25. The "Hillers" sure had a classy team.
NO. 2-"WE WIN"-THORNTOWN. 275 WHITESTON. 25. '
The team showed up better with the football boys all on the team. This was a
fast game from start to finish, but by fighting hard we were able to defeat them.
NO. 3-"S'l'0l'KWELI. WINS"-STOCKWELL, -175 THORNTOWN. 27.
This was a "dumb" game throughout. They had a good team and a good gym and
defeated us badly. They started off with a "whiz bang" and rolled up so many points
on us that we could not catch them.
NO. 1-"OLD RIYALS MEET'-LEBANON. 55: THORNTOWN. 28. U
The first five minutes of this game looked o. k. for T. H. S., but Lebanon put in
some fresh men and then "ruin" was spelled for us.
NO. 5-"JACKSON WINS"-JACKSON, 413 THORNTOWN, 37.
After leading the game up to the last minute Jackson started' out and beat us by
four points. This game was a real heart-breaker.
NO. 6-"IJEl"EA'l'Ell"-BlICHIGANTOWN. -182 TIIORNTOWN. 33.
After playing Jackson the night before, we journeyed to Michigantown and played
a "tough" game. T. II. S. scored six points before they svored any. They finally got
"hot" and beat us. T. H. S. hadn't recovered from the night before.
NO. 7-"SWAMPEID"-CRAWVFORDSVILLE. 593 THORNTOWVN, 21.
C. II. S. had never gotten over the defeat that we gave them in football. They came
over here with a lot of spirit and fight and ran all over us. This was a slow, uninter-
NU. 8-"WYE YYIN. HY GULLY"-THURNTOWYN. 13: FOLFAX. I1
This was by far the best game of the season. Volfax had been beating some of the
best teams around and they came over here expecting to heat us. VVQ fooled them by
defeating them in a fast overtime game that put all the fans back on their feet V
N0. 9-"WE WVIN AGAIN"-THORNTOWN. 36: ZIUNSVILLE, 3-1.
They were supposed to be one of the best teams in Boone county. The Thorntown
boys had been improving every game, and had improved just enough to beat Zionsville.
N0. 10-"A CLOSE ONE"-JAMESTOWN. 443 THORNTOWN. 41.
This game began with Thorntown taking the lead right off the bat. Thorntown
kept the lead until Stewart. Leatherman and Hankins were put off on fouls. Although
the subs fought hard, when the gun went off we were losers.
G NO. 11-"A VICTORY"-THORNTOWN. 55: WHITESTOWN. 12.
Having beaten Vlfhitestown there by onlv two points, we thought we would have a
hard game here. However, to our surprise and theirs, too, we defeated them by a
score of 55 to 12.
NO. 12--"SILENT HOOSIERS WIN"-SILENT HOOSIERS. 135 THORNTOWN. 41.
Thorntown again started out well, but the boys didn't know how to go about to get
the silent ones. First one team and then the other would get ahead. This game was
well worth your money.
NO. 13-"REVENGEN-THORNTOWN 50' KIRKIIN 2?
Revenge was sweet in this game because they ran all,over uslin football. VVe had
the right spirit and went for them. They were never in the lead, but at times they
came within a few points of us.
1ifNMiNlifNirfNlv ISKNIF IF If lar THE FXODE
11 l00 S51 NORIH SAIEM 16 TH0l!N'l0XXN H
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toxx n box not hung ustd to thls kmd of 1 gx m couldn t lllt tht sldc of 1 b un
NU l SEL OIND H KNDED .IANIEQ FOV 'Nl 1 IHORN ION! N 41
Hump, bean deft ited once befolc thlS xun bv lxmtstoxxn wt thought thxt we
could be xt them on Olll own flool The 5, 1me bcgm wlth 1 bor 1 1nd cndul xxlth
boom 'Ihe stou was tled ind two H11Y'llltC5 ot go xxhtn Il0lJl7lI'1N the lxnlxy itntu
blol L loosc fm thlli held go lls and be It us
l 16-10011 lll lOllH Iltlx N Ikl XXEIIE 38 IHURNIONXN S7
Fholntoxxn StdltLll out xx 1th a Cl xsh NCOIIIIH elght pomts befolt tht Vlest Slilil
got staltul The gllllt stall eontmued to go oul way untll the list txxo IIIIIILILLS of
the game The YN est blilelb then opened up wlth thlee fltld goxls th xt clnthed
N0 If DEPEXTED IEPPERQON bl IXHORNTOXNN 1
We Jounntxcd to Jtffuson mxpettlng to beat the Iohnson uux but camt homc xxltl
the tul end of the NL016 Thls game st uted out xxell 101 T H S but tht Jeifuson
cagus got uound oul defense 1nd we wut be atcn b idlx
N0 18 SLLLESS THORNTOWIN 4 DARIINGTON 20
The T H b LILLIS hadnt f0lg'0tt9l1 the dc-fe t that Dalllngton h1d EINLII Hen
the xeal lJLf01L Thcnntoxxn dldnt txlte my mtx on them und led them tluoughou
N0 I9 X XICTORY THORNFOVNN Q4 IxlRlxlIN 13
H lvlng plaxcd us once befole thls yeal they said they would be it us IH the 16
tuln game but xve sulpzlsed and beat them fol the second t1l'llC This glme xx is sloxx
and umntelestmg clean through but lt give T H S anothel VlCt01X
NO 20 DEIPHI WINS DEIIHI Ja THORNTOWNN 37
Delphl bemg the best team we went agalnst thls veal xve xxue dntelmlned to mill
a good showmg agalnst them The game was a fast mtuestmg, contest until th end
The game was a lot bettel than the stole would mdlcate
N0 21 IHE I SST 1 AME JEFFERSON 48 IHORNTONNN N
Thls bcmg the last game ot the season we wele c wr I tr bu It tl Jeff bunch
The game Qtd1tCd wlth Tholntown SCOlll'lg pomts at e1 poxlts nec l1l.Vll'lL, the John
son cagels 22 to 3 Jeff called tlme out and the Tho ntown CIONN d xxcnt xx1ld but their
pox xxas sholt llxed because the Jeff boys came back I lx at us -lb o 0 I'h1 game
was a leal healt breake1
NO 22 TOURNAMENT
Tholntown had hopes of Wlnfllng' the sectlonal but th nop I xl ct xx 1 ups
Advance Thls game was one of the best games IH the toulninmnt becausf no one
knew who was gomg to win unt1l the gun cxacked
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The girls ot' the gym elass have enjoyed praetiee in basketball under the super-
vision ot' Miss l.ig'htt'oot. Although they were unable to sehedule games, they feel that
they have aeeomplished something.
The climax of the basketball season vame with the yearly inter-elass tourna-
ment. lintihusiasm ran high and every class easily had enough players for a team
exeept, the Freshmen, who had some dil'l'ieulty in getting: one. The captains of the
various teams drew the names ol' their opponents for the tournament.
The four elass eaptains were: Seniors. Marjorie liothg Juniors, Gladys Gillang
Sophomores, llena Sumpterg l"reshmen, ltobtrta lClliott.
NO. I-MAICVII 7-.ll'XIUR-FICESIIINIEN I
The Juniors won from the Freshmen by the seore ot' 37-2. The Freshmen put
up a good fight. but as they did' not have the praetive and experience they lost to
the "jolly" Juniors.
NO. 2-ll.-XRCH S-SEXl0R-SUPHOMORE
The strong' "Sophie" team proved too much for the Seniors. The half ended
12-3 in favor ot' the Sophomores. llurinyr tlie last hall' a two-eourt game was played
instead of the usual three-eourt. This ehanee was made because the Seniors did not
have any substitutes. The Sophomores won by a seore ot' lf!-tl.
NU. 3-Nl.XRt'll 9-FINAI.--.ll'Nl0lt-SOPIIONIURE
The Junior and Sophomore teams were pretty well matehed. It was a hard-
fought and exciting' game. The Juniors started with a lead' of four points, but the
Sophomores knew the time had come to play real basketball. The half ended I2-9 in
favor ot' the "Sophies". During' the last hall' the seore was tied several times, but
the Juniors were never in the lead. They lost to the Sophomores by a sc-ore of 18-16.
The Juniors played an exeellent game, but were l'oreed to yield the championship to
DICNA SUINIPTICR, '30
FONES, BENNICTT, SUMl"l'l'Ili, JOHNSON, GILLAN, WIllTlC, IJGHTFOOT,
SCIIMIDT, SUMVTICR, LONG, lil.I,IOTT, Sl'lCNt'lCR, Gll,l.AN, SUMl'TlCR, ROB-
ICRTS. ALLFIN, RUTH, TALISICRT.
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Under the direction ot' Miss Gauld thc Girls' Glec Vlulw reorganized this year,
adopting the nanie fllilllllllilllxt' l'lub. KlfflCL'lb1 were elevtell as follows: Ruth Leon-
ard, presidcntg Jean Mct'orkle, secretary-treasurer and Mary IC. Matthews, librarian.
With the ahle guidance ot' Miss Gauld, the ineinhers ot' the cluh have furnished
entcrtainnicnt for several social zlsselnhlzagges, and during the year they have sung
at local churches and in neighboring towns. With the co-operation ot' several hoys
of the school they presented an operetta, "The Vhina Shop," which encountered the
most sincere approval of the large nunihcr oi' persons in attendance. The girls were
also invited to sing- at the Boone Vounty 'Feaclxcrs' lnstitute. In April they presented
an interesting' Dl'04Ll'l'l1lll at the Lincoln llotel, Indianapolis, for the Vonvention of the
State Federation ol' Music. At this time they are preparing: for a concert which they
plan to take place hetore the close ol' school. .
The unusual success ot' the t'li:nnina1le Chili is due in a large measure to Miss
Gauld's ability as director and counselor.
The Girls' Chorus
The Chorus t'lass has made splendid progress this year in part singing. Several
nienihers were cast for a part in the operetta. "The China Shop," which was given
March 29 and 30. The scope of study included songs of the people, ll1l1SlU in octave
form. solo and quartette singing.
'Phe class niet three periods a week and' one credit was given for the year's
work. During' the second semester the enrollment was larger than it had been
in previous years. Much of our prog'ress and interest has been due to the excellent
supervision of our instructor, Miss Gauld.
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'iiEi1iEXJiEYiEXii" !6 ii li '1V ' THE EXODE '1f if mmf is" ef 'as lf '
As a kind ot' "glorious fadeout' the Senior class presented a Samuel French
play, "The Boomerang". It consisted ot three acts of wit and excellent acting.
Dr. Gerald Summer -- . . . ..7.. . . Robert 'Owsley
Budd VVoodbridge ,, . L-.. .. .M .. Basil Dullin
P,-Qgtqm DQ VVitt N -. . Richard Hankins
Emile ..-- .... -, --- Ross Burkett
Hartley ,H , , ,VY . -- . . Don Wait
Mr. Stone . .--. .,- Roscoe Stewart
Virginia Xelva .. ,,.. Ruth Leonard
Grace Tyler . .V ..... . . . Mary Matthews
Marian Summer .. ..e. . . .-. . .- ..... - .- .-. .- -.. .-. .-- Mild1'ed Robbins
Gertrude Ludlow ..--...--..-..-,-...-c.. ...,,. ...... - - ....... -... Ruth Hester
Mrs. Creighton Woodbridge . . .... . . ., ........... ...,, .... L . .--- .-, Vera Kepple
Guests-V-Lloyd Arnold, Rov Miller, Arthur Rioth, Marvin Burkett, Clifford Personette,
Mary Gillan, Mable Hill, Mary Hutchinson, Elsa Boyer, Anna Cleaver, Martha
Allen, Forinne Couger, Marjorie Roth, Jeanne Johnson.
The first production of the year was an operetta, "The House That Jack Built,'
given by the grade school, assisted by several high school students. The operctta,
with its well-trained choruses, colortn. costumes and entertaining complications, was
a complete success. The operetta was staged under the direction of Miss Gauld.
The second number was a play given by the Junior Class. It was "The Gypsy
Trail," a Samuel French production. Under the able direction of the class sponsors,
Miss Lightfoot and Mr. Spivey, it proved to be an exceedingly fine production.
The third presentation was another operetta, 'The China Shop," which was the
sparkling feature of the year. It was a very delightful affair with its splendid
choruses and special numbers. Johanne Perrin, as Lotus Blossom, was charming and
displayed great feeling in her part, while Donald Wait supported her in his usual
good style. Robert Owsley, exceptionally good in the comedy lead, was the life of
the show and Basil Dulin, in the role of the rich proprietor of the China Shop, was
superb. Pearl Hankins, Beulah Riley and Mary Matthews were delightful as the
"Three Little Belles", while the part of chaperone for the little belles was well
played by 'Ruth Leonard. The parts of Mush Lush, Chunk, Wun Tun and Tanngu
were well done by Richard Hankins, Dwight Butcher, Charles Stuckey and Clifford
Miss Gauld directed "The China Shop" with Mrs. Murray Hart as accompanist.
The cast and Miss Gauld expressed their appreciation of Mrs. Hart's kindness in so
ably assisting them in their production.
As a whole, everyone agrees that our dramatic year was a huge success.
JOHN MILLIKAN, '30
"The House That Jack Built"
Mother Goose -- ...--- ...... -..- ...... --. .... ..-. Marian Walker
Jack, her son -- .... ---...-..-.--.--.-.., ...... -. .. William K. Jaques
Old King Cole --..--.. - ..... -.--.- ..- ..-- .... -..-.. Donald Wait
The Queen of Hearts ..- -. .--- ....... .... . --.-. . .- ...... Martha Moore
The Knave of Hearts ..- --..-- .... - ..... s--.--...-..-- Mary Belle Long
The Three Crows --..--..- ...Hugh Butcher, Joseph Stalcup and Ralph Jarrell
Hylmpfy Dumpties ..-- -. Raymond Stall, Guy Hankins and Keith Craig
Little Bo-Peep ..--- - .... .... ...... . . .-.-. Ellen Jane LaFollette
Llttle Boy Blue ....... -.. .... . .-- William Dean
Little Tommy Tucker ..- -., Tommy Hendrickson
Little Jack Horner .... ,,,,, V H,--,,,---U Jack Hart
Old Mother Hubbard ,-. ..... ---.--- .......... -- Ruth Boyer
Jack Spfatnand Wife .. ....... Glen Allen and Viola Sullivan
Jack and Jill .... .... . -..-,-.--- Donald Paul Jaques and Jean Young
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, , Robert Morrison
'im wle Simon ...... , , ., ...
ihel Crooked Man ...,, ..... . .. , ......, . . . . .-.. .. . ., , John llenry
Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe ..... .. . . i -T ...... , Ilelen Merrill
Her Children Betty Young, Louise i"lillllllll,L1'21lll, Evelyn Y oukey, Mildred Mitchell,
Mary Frances Booher, Naoini Ruth Knight, Madeline Allen, Mary Emma 0'Hav.er.
Little Miss Muffett ...,. , ..... ... .., .. , ... ,,.... Anna Louise Mills
llollv Flinders ,, ..., , ,....... . . ,. .. . ., ...,.,... , ,. Virginia Macy
Mmfy Quin. q'.,,,u-nl-y ,M Jennie Hester iran:
Little Red Riding Hood .. ., Frances Louise Jordan
Boblgy Shafto H ...... ,. .. .. ,...,... Billy Riley
Daffy Down Dilly ,B ...... ,. , Marxrw'g-t Ann Bassett
Man-All-Tattered-And-'l'orn .... , , , . . . , , Keith lflzllllllnf-film
Priest All Shaven and Sliorn A . .-- . . . ,fffff -. .-- llomcr Worth
Peter Pumpkin Eater and Wife ,- ..... , Loren Joseph and Martha Galvin
Maiden-All-Forlorn , - .... Y , . Y , ,. , , ., ., . . Y ......... ff., ..... - - .... R Iary Kinkaid
Man-In-The-Moon . .- , ....... ..... , ...,Y ....., ds. .-. . , ..... ,,,, Jeane Mcforkle
Quet-n's Attendants Rosemary llankins, Eula Merle Jaques, Mary Ami Mciorkle,
Marjorie Mitchell, Lois llulmer and Martha Leah Henry.
ripe Bearer .V ........ . ,...... ,, ,,,, , .....,..... Fremont Power
Bowl Bearer H ..... , . . .. . ,. . ., , ........ ,. .-,,, . ., Francis Williams
Fiddlers Three -L ...... Rolmert Moore, Robert Kinkaid and Harold Personette
Sweet Peas-'fMary Lillian Applegate, Mary K. Walker, Mildred Miles, Agnes Dulin,
Susanna Flanningam, Mary Jane Maple, Eileen Hankins, Martha Bassett, Joan
Harrison, Jeanette Miles, Doris Galvin, Dorothy Kline, Wilma Castile, Dorothy
Booher, Miriam O'Haver, Pauline Walters.
Grass Blades--Herschel Johnson, liugem- Hankins, Robert Stalcup, Lewis Youkey,
Dale Kline, Ralph Dean Williams, John Maiden, Arthur Lee, Victor Dulin, Blake
Stuckey, Gordon Emmert, Clarence Rance, Joseph O'Haver, Keith Leonard.
"The Gypsy Trail"
Frank Raymond H. .,, . ., . . H ,... , 7 ,..... .. . Robert Smith
Miss Janet Raymond . .
John Raymond ..... --
Frances Raymond . .
Stiles --. .-,,......
Edward Andrews .
Michael Rudder ....
Mrs. Widdimore --. .,,. . . . . .
Ellen ........... --.--.,,..., .
Act I-The Raymond Place.
Act ll' 'The Andrews Place.
Act III-The Raymond Place.
"The Fhina Shop"
Fat Sine, a wealthy merchant . . ,,,, . . .,. .-. . . .
Sing Fong, his son ,-...,,.--.
Tanngu, a fisherman .... - . . .,,
Lotus Blossom, his niece ..... .
Mr. Juscot Karfair, a reformer ..
Mush Lush, a woman-hater ....
Wun Tun, a politician ..,,,,. ., ..
Chunk, Sing Fong's secretary ,H
. . . . Vera Hester
.. Arthur Personette
, . ,, . .. . . Harry Seale
,.. Burchell Leatherman
,.. ,.,, Mary Belle Long
-- Mary Katheryn Henry
,. . .en Basil Dulin
- . -- .... Donald W'ait.
.. . Clifford Personette
..-- Johanne Perrin
. .-- Robert Owsley
W, Richard Hankins
.. Charles Stuekey
.U Dwight Butcher
Ti-ng-a-Ling . . . . . . .,.,,. .......... P earl Hankins
Ding Bong ......... - ,, . . ,,,, . . ., , . . . Beulah Riley
Ping Ping ....... ..,v . , , . . . ,, - - , Mary Elizabeth Matthews
Hay Tee Toy, their chaperone ..-. ... -. . .,. . s,...,, . .-- .... ,F .. Ruth Leonard
Heralds --. . . .,.... ......... , . . . .... ...... J eane Mcforkle and Burchill Hamell
Chorus--Shoppers and Ga1'den Party Guests: John Millikan, Arthur Personette,
Maxwell Power, Fletcher Power, Burchell Hamell, Herbert Heaton, Clark Long,
Joe Parker, Marvin Burchell, Lewis Clawson, Martha Moore, Mary Belle Long,
GIYCIHS HMS. Daphene Daggry. Jeane Mctorkle, Beverly Stall, Doris Dulin, Mar
garet Daggy, Mitrian Walker, Althea Curry.
'ii 1iZNfEiiihXiF" iT if lF 1F THE EXODIC
The "Senatus Romanusf' organized lleeemher 5, 1927, under the auspices of
Miss Harker, is composed ol' any Latin students who desire to attend meetings and
assist in programs. Each member chose the name ot' 21 Latin character famous in
mythology or history. Officers vliosen for the year were: Ruth Hester, presiclentg
Jeane Meforkle, vice-presiclenlg Vera KL-pple, secretary-treasurerg Johanne Perrin,
song leaclerg Samuel Bush, sergant-at-arms.
The club first appeared before the sehools lleeemlmer 23, presenting' a lovely
Christmas prograin, portraying.: the lmirth ol' Vhrist. The Latin carols were sung
Meetings were held semi-monthly at the homes of different members. The pro-
gram was always very interesting ancl eclueational, as special reports concerning
Roman life and customs were given each evening hy clifferent members.
MARY BELLE LONG
HESTER, VVOODY, BEESLEY, RILEY, KEPPLE, COUGER, PARKER, GIL-
LAN, VVALKER, PERRIN, MOORE, CURRY, BARKER, LONG, M'CORKLE, SLOAN,
HESTER, VVAIT, BUSH, CLAXVSON, BIILLIKAN, IIUHER, STUCKEY.
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lIullol" Jalk lee Lxcluln Ld 1s 1 lbllll of xx 1nd c'1ug,ht his new l11t, carrlmd lt for
a l1ttle nay 'md then droppcd It 1n 1 mlm ln grassy spot .luck s ll8SI,lTl2,tl0D hxd bun
the Jewelry Shop but lt quite suddlnly changu 1nd he started 'after hls h'1t Luk
stooped over and hls fmgers nearly dosed over the brlm when another d11bol1e gust
wmd cmght hls mrstrc 1t1d heul 351 xr ln lts um'-. and e1rr1ed lt fox two blocks
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that lvlth do:.,3.,ul mncrgy hc stultcd 11 lr lt 15, 1111 Onu 111011 hc stoopid ovlr
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bay' he ejaculatul Do you thmlx lm a Iaunttlot followmg a quxefmne
Go on do your vsorst Ill get you yet
.laik followed the xme cour 1' t hl h1t h'1d ann when he e1me up to lt he
paused and looked ruefully down
Gwan, he sald Cat 'may lu fore I stoop mer thls tlme
But thls tune the hat seemed mnlmed to stav m lts place and Jack seemg lts
food lntentlons pmlted It up anl U1 ll d It on hls l Ll 111u1mJr1ng somethlng, 1bout
bemg through playmg tag
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two houses from Tlnas home Jail deexded to dlop 1n and tell her about the rlnf.,
he was gomg to get for her
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ltnomk Har llttle blank cat spr' ng out to mut 111m
Come r1ght ln J'1Clx, lflxa Vtyxtt lcgged How dld you know that I wxnted
to see you
I d1dnt Jxclx. laugheo ruefully But my hat did It acted as 1f It were
Jack notlled then that she looked pale md seemed unea y There was '1 11 1ld
gleam m her eyes and he could not comprtl rd her nerx ous act'ons
VVhats the matter, dzar "' he asltul 'lt ance c mccrn d Has somethmg h'1p
Oh, rv she sum., qulcltly D1d I bother vou wry much h'111ng you come he1e"
I was sort of nervous and I 1 anted someone to cheer r p
Jack lool ul puzzled llfhx xou d dn t have ll' um! he1 he Lxplamul
c'1me on my rwn or 1 1thu' cl'1suI mx l11.t hue I nas Ju t go1n'1 ft 1' our TIDL,
hw Jack, e Slghtll ere gmn to It so hippy L xo..1 J 1 un
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Jack had IICXSI sten so tld IL a look on any fae befou II11 beautiful eyes
out wide with ho11o1 and hti th ll xxas QUIVLIIIH., A look oi exld despan settled ovu
.uk was fllglf. 1 cl ds xv ll as punl J 'lell ne, honey he said in a oxx.
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Plva xxas WCCDIIU., broktnly Will you low, 111e just the same" she snbbed
VV ll lt inakm any dilfunnu.
lNOI.l'lIIIf., tan make any difltrentc Jack dulund with a maszuline loyalty
lou aie mine, 01 will be in anothu month I xxant you just as you .1.1e lell me now
P01 answu I'lxa xamshcd into xnothu loom ano biought out a. little book He
the book in his hands The little black cat gave an unearthly screech and arched its
bank menaeingly Flva drew closer to Jack
Ginguly Jafk opened tht book and read aloud Black Magic, then he turned
11 questioning, look on I Iva Vx hat docs this nuan al1a1 7 he asl o gently seeing he
tuiible st1a1n she xx as undu I dont understand
Of COUISC you Lent Jaek she sa d dl 1 wish I didnt There is a term
ble secret inside that book lt is an awful remainder of the days of witchcraft My
g!lYll.llIl0tl'lLlS haxe passed the cuise on gemiation after genuation, and now it is
upon me Of course you wont btlieve ine Jack but I am a xxlteh
A gust of wind shook the house The cat hoxxled pitlfully Flva and the man
she loved stood, looking diamatieally at each mth r Flva s ey s xvext ph ading pl: ad
ing to be unde1stood Jack s tate was incrcd Ll I11nally he took her hands in his
My deal, my 1.1.11 he said I tant beliexe you
It is the t1utl'1 tame the d1ea1y answer I made your hat blow off made you
lomt to me But Jack' she bloke out pas ionattly I will die lf you despise me
I xxill stop it Jack I will kill the tat and destroy the book and pray to K od to cleanse
my mind I .1111 a seguxge to Him Jaek, but Ile xx.1ll forgive me Will you if I p1om1se" '
I do rot behexe it
Oh l eannot bea1 it I1 Iva said tersely You hate me
I do not Jack declared stmutly but I dont believe you Im a civilized man
Gixe me the cat and the book and I xv1ll make an end of them
Jack put the book in his pocket and placed the cat under his arm Then, kissing
his fiance tenderly he took his leave
A18 you suxe it doesn t mak any d1ffe1cnce"" I1lva asked yy lstfully as he start
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Yes, lack ansx e1ed xvh1ms1C ally I love you all the n1ore for telling n
Then God Ll you dtai
Jack xx as not xx hist ng 'ms 11 strode doyxn the street He was thmkmg
A witch" he soliloqu d Nonsense' Just a case of overxyrought nerves
But that was funny xbout that hat She s Just read a oo an 1 p y
11,111 IUOII 1 111h ibn she had 1 nigntmalt ov two Twas daln tunnv about that hat
It xyas Just a coincidence Ha' Iflya a witch? Why ther were no such animals
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xbbemblxga trlul then fmtunu at thx xmu, but thLy ware fdvorul Wlth only ulotch
uily sm 111 WIDIIIDXS At Inngth wc my ui tug xll p xymg SI70lt they dgslstui md the
g,,1e.at whnd was at rut
Suddenly 4 h xvy sllcnce hung mu thn great 'lssembhge A Sllence penn: lted
Wlth IYVL and YLDLl"it10H A won m dxd m flowing robu Lame suddenly toward
Fmtuna md har whul It was thl qu '1 of thy land, I xtg hcrsmlf Hur hvny mmst
lxke robes wum of xll the Loloxs oi tm, 1 unbow Hu han talllng' m waxes in below
h 1 want ufieitod all thc, unllght of the agus H 1 llps neu t ll and lui 191
chcelm 'lglow vsxth Supprc Qld l2'lt,dtl1l'1 Wlthlll hu' skm as dcllc xte as the lTllStS of
heaven, and hu' eyes all the Sum md goodnew, WISCIOUI 'md folly falth and doubt
Pope and despalr, hate and love the ba IU'L1fUl and thi. TCDUIQIVL of the earth from the
tlme of ltS blrth were registered ln the depth of those L5 es
Slowly Qhc .advwnlui to the grc xt wheel Scvcn for the dastluctlon of the shlp
Clarion on hu' journgy homcvwald shv sul md ilXLd her lummouQ eyes on the
Qwlftly rewolxmg vshacl Then lt stoppcd Thr. golden hand pomted to sexen Fate
threw ba k her hdufvrtv hr 41 and lmvlwt A ho ow 1 ockmg l.1u h t at penet ltcl
to even the rrwst remote 10111118 of 41 xrlmew
Flcvcn fol the Umtcd St'xteS gournmcnt to gnc. 15:01 Cartwright hm pens
Qhe sald Agam the wheel IQVOIVQKI It Qtopycd 11 clupn Fate smxled cvmcallx
Nm for Icxcnmgz s Suu-0 s xuth hls Qt xtlc cllmmator for radio, the woman of
destlng proclalmed A,fr'11n the fmtcful wheel Stopped at tho spoken number O
Larth thev sud Onlv lulk ID the lmd of the mexltable Only fate
For a fcvs momcntk thv 'itatmlx queen seemed fceply buried m thought Then
she lifted her beautlful huld proudly
It was near the midnight hour The eminent l0Ct1l10l Klrl IL Grande sxt 'It
hm desk m hm SPHCIOUS 'study prenarmp for the vuolk of the mom ow Suddenly he
Qat uprxght m hm chan' 'md began thuQ m tne tfme of th Dl'Of0SQl0Y'dl lecturer We
do not knovx we cwnnot know at what hour the grlm tyrant of death may enter,
therefore let ui Strlxo noblx fwr honor nd fxm imllx fm tommrovs the llfe xwhlch
now li wour most hlgfhly valuec' IJOQQGSSIOU max haxo twl en fhght VVe may
qlowlv the man vmce fvuled off mto nothlngfnvw The Lrcit clofk m the hall
chlmed twelve tlm0S, and 1tS 1T1C8S5"U1t tlclnnff LCVISLII An ommous Sllence puvmded
Thirteen for the death of Karl I0 Gr'mde the 4e-ctuler I"1te uhmpexed Xen
Qoftlx Agam the great wheel Qpun The aumencg xx atcned m bl athle-Qs sllence fo1
was r mt the llf0 of a mmtil chokcn bx Y 'ite hcrvclf 'vt st 11 4 '7 Slcmlx slovulx slrmlw
the whecl ruolud me ten Lle-un 'mv I v e thu it L n It xto med late ul
glint Of tllllniph m her um tosscd hcl head arc llughfd XILUIX 12 mme fm exel
she crlod md fled fhsappi lrmg 'IQ tho lwt rax of the Kun ln A he-axon of rwlnboxvs
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Q Ylil-lA lll'fS'l'I'Ili, Junior, 28 '
May 30, lS85vGee, ain't it grand to no sumpin' nobody else noes? An' you can
jist bet I'm not goin' to tell it either. It was too had 'bout poore Miss Lucy a dyin',
but a fella's got to git a kiek out of sun1pin'. l'se the one what put the 'k' in
kick, I is.
Vl'ell, while all the folks was at the funral I slipped in the ole house and figgered
I'd have some fun. So I got all dem bottles of perfumes what Miss Lucy done had me
git her for her sister's birthday, an her aunt's funral, an her cousin's wcddin', an
I don't no what all, an I jist poored 'em all down in big bottle with a cork in it kinder
loose. Then I stuvk it throo the floor in a place where you kin lift up, if you only
no it's there.
Now jist wait 'till the folks come home, and won't they think somepin' awful's
Maybe some day I'll be an inventor, I'm so smart.
Tomorrow CI don't no whether May has Ill days or notl.
Say, kid, it worked. When Miss l,ucy's mom went in the room after she got
home she nearly fainted. I guess she thought it was some kind' of a reminder or
sompin' sent back frum the deadg but I couldn't here fer shure frum the key whole
where I was listenin' in at.
That's all, only mum's the word.
Oh, yes, with my money next week fer mowin' the yard l'm goin' to by some more
stinker to sorter keep that other frum dyin' out.
Two weeks frum then-what do you think? Lucy's folks have done moved out.
The smell drov 'em crazy. Some people are souperstitious QI guess thatfs what you
call itj, but I'm not. I wouldn't let a little thing like that worry me.
1925-I found this little book today, so thought I'd add what happened about a
year ago. For years no one had dared enter the old houseg then one day a young
couple came to me and said they would like to rent it, but had heard so many stories
about it they didn't know whether to or not. I told' them I would take them through
the house the next day and let them see for themselves.
After they left I bought some perfume and filled my old jar. By the morrow
the room was full of escence of violets.
The couple decided not to risk living in the house.
Oh, well. I didn't need the money, and the old house wasn't fit to live in, anyhow.
- FI FTY-THREE
y i THEAEXODEI W L N
The Destruction of the
i 4 MARY 1:ic1.1.1c LONG, '29
"Oh Katherine, here is a letter from grandfather's secretary," exclaimed Barbara.
"I w-.under what it could be? Ilurry and read it," returned Katherine.
"All right, here goes," Barbara shouted balik.
"My Dear Girls: u
"Much to my grief I must report that your beloved grandmother disappeared
two days ago and has not been seen since. l have made quite a lot of investigation,
but all in vain. The house is in perfect order and I believe that the best plan for you
to follow is to come and occupy the old house at once. I myself should' be quite happy
if it were mine. If you should feel that you care to sell it, I shall meet any amount
"JOHN XV. MARVIN."
"It's queer he should want a rickety old place such as that. Well, he'll not get
it from us. lVe're starting tomorrow for that old mansion," announced Katherine,
who always took the lead in such a crisis.
The two girls, Barbara and Katherine Mflple, were sisters, whose parents had
died a few years ago, leaving them alone to make their way in this world of progress.
The girls had been forced to sell the house in which they had' lived to meet certain
debts their listless father had managed to Create. They earned all their money except
the small allowance their grandfather gave them. Barbara was almost sixteen, Kath-
erine was eighteen.
The next day found the two girls "train-bound" for the old family mansion, and
upon their arrival they were met by Mr. Marvin, who had been notified of their
coming. He drove them to the old' place and showed them about, explaining all the
intricate details of the old house.
"Miss Maple, I will give you five thousand dollars for this old house. 1 am sure
the money would do you more good than this old place. VVill you not accept ?" asked
Mr. Marvin of Katherine. He was very eager.
"No, Mr. Marvin, I cannot accept," returned Katherine, coldly.
With an evil look in his eyes that seemed to denounce her refusal, he bounded
into his buggy and was gone.
"VVell, could you beat that!" exclaimed Barbara. "XYhat's it to him whether we
have this old dump or not Y"
"I don't quite get everything. My head's in a whirl," said Katherine, dazedly.
"1 wish I'el never been mixed up in such an affairf'
"Pm going to explore and see if I can't find' some secret doors, drawers or but-
tons to sufh places that might hold the treasure that grandfather used to tell us
about," announced Ba1'bara.
"You go ahead. I must stalt unpacking. Do be careful," said Katherine.
ii7I'Wm1llI1lll1l? W F5'lf!fY1 IHI' I XOIII WTI fl il WB"Y'7'1"W YW
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1 od 111 L vu ll H laugh1d the l1eadt1on1.,
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'uns 111 tht c11l111g I1a1l 11 t1c 1 ng, 1111111 w 1s th1 lllildly ln 1 lnch there WL1
many, lllgt bool s In one L1 11111 of the IUOIII was a 1loo1 sllghtly 1onc1alcd Bdllldl 1
was CXJIIIIDHIL, the dom whcn she suddenly 11al1111l NI1 N1a1x111 tllllllf, show us thls
11111111 Xhll old 111an you tant lld DIL
h the lls word sh1 hound d IU '1 th1 111 s 1 1 1 IN
lllg a 1l11n11 a gust of w1n1l Ilppllu th1oug,l1 the rooms and wlth a sllght IIOISL the
1111111 clos1d As Izdllldld. gla11111l alound the IUOIII she beheld nothing but foul bale
walls LXCKIK 1111 on1 small WlIItltH-V and a bale llool Suddenly she was awaxe oi a
loxclx sunt ol wolcts
I ox '111 s 1 t1 111111 JIIII s11 what I hue
S e sta1t1d to open tht d Ol an1. IIILCII to hu su11111se 1t would nrt open
a 1 ally s 1 ouno on t11 1 ll Mdlltll
how lt gaxn h11 a queer cletpy fcellnff that sh1 could not undustand I11 splte oi
1ll h11 Llf0ltS the 11101 1CU'ldlYlLtl Llllbud 'llc lllddSf.l0Ilg Balbala was trapped
Ixatl1111n1 help"' shouted I3a1ba1a
It IS lt' A1c you 1u1t exc1an1111 Ixatl1c1111e a shr xushcd through the
IOOIHN, t151ng to locate La1ba1a
Come to the llblaly qu1cl1 Xou ll se '1 ooor 1f you exanunc the walls care
fu 1 I111 111 the1e Hu11y' hu11y' h1..1ry K 1wly Ba1ba1as 1010, dled away and
Just as she sank to the 1loo1 IXdtlltllI'lC l1u1s1 lll 1 the room Iilol belt. caught on the
1loo1 dlld tlns tnnc to both tl1111 fate tle d11,1 closed D uch to hu ho11o1 the d0Ul
16IL1SBCl to open The two 11111a1n1ng Maphs wc1e tlapped Slll was looklng the
100111 own wh1n suddenly hu 151s itll on a p11c1 of papu tucked n1atly 1n a small
hole IH the wall As she hu1111dl3 opened It sh1 read
T11 My Deal G1an1l1h1ld11n
I am ent1apped and w1ll probably nexel QUTXINC for no one can l11.e IU thls IOOIH
f111 111011. than f1ft1e11 nnnutts I lad l'11a1l much about thls 1oon1 but d1d not d1s
L tl t 1 111v that I a1n Udlll d 'Ih1s 1111111 1f you IIOKILL smells of noe
It ls all because of thls st1ange happemnff I am 1hout to 1' l3fL Thxs was my bloth
QI s home he bullt ba I1 1n 1812 They had Just been n1arr1ed and W111. peac fully IIV
lllg, hexc Whlll one 1.ay an old love1 of h1s w1fc stabbed he1 1n thls 1oon1 whlle she
1 1 1111nmn l 1 11l1ts 'scon afte1 tl11t t1afe1.'y my bmthex d1sa,1pea'11
and has num been found s1nc1 I lmagllle he met h1s death 1n the same way I am
to do fo1 the scent of that bowl of uolets has doomed the Maple fam1ly I fear Mv
he-'ld 1s 1n a wh 1I and I h we b cn wnxtlne- fast fearful lest n1y f'1fteen nunutes nught
haxe oxe1 tal LII 1116 Lat I o11ly hop1 you can escape thls great calamity
So g1'1n1lf1 l h d appeared here wo' What shall I do?"
e too, 11ot1c1d the loxelg cent of nolets and slowly lt lured her to msenslblllty
In the d11d of mgrht as the moonheams played on the two sleepmg glrls
shadowy fo1111 was seen to come and bear the two away, never agaln to be seen by
ll 'ntal e31s If the moonbeams had turned to sunbeams one could have seen the
f1atu1es of then g1andfathe1 s secretary Mr Marvln
Many xe'11s ago the moonbeams had crept mto thls very room and had beheld
the Slllli 111 III st1l1 then great uncles beloxed young w1fe
Tod IX N11 'NI 11w1n 1s a very rlch old man for he was the fmder of the great fam
115 t1easu11 tl1 It Ixatheune and Barbara had always laughed at
I: IFTY FIX I
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Indian Burial Grounds in the
'Vicinity of Thorntown
l3EVI'IliI.l'lY STALL, Junior,
People of today find it very hard to realize that the streets of the quiet little
town of Th-orntown were once the scenes of great battlesg that here the red-skinned'
race gained inspiration from the wnoderful beauties of nature to resist their enemies.
Here they held their tribal ceremonies and assembled after the chase or battle to en-
gage in feats of strength and endurance. Ycttrmpeople say, "Thol'ntoWn always was
a dead town."
In 1800 Thomtovwi was a large French trading post and Indian town, the center
of a ten-square mile reserve -of the Miami Indians- There were about five hundred
Indians and thirty-sh trading houses in the village at that time.
There are two Indian burial grounds in the vicinity of Thorntown-one directly
in the town from which many relics and ornaments of silver have been secured. Men,
while grading the streets, have often unearthed the bones of buried warriors, who
once stealthily hunted the deer and bear, bravely fought against their foes and tender-
ly "w-ooed their dusky loves"- The other lies just one-half mile east of town. It was
the burial place of Chapadosia and Dixon, two great Miami lfhiefs, who fought each
other because of the dissatisfaction of one faction of the tribe with Chapadosia for
selling to the government this Thorntonn reserve, their favorite reserve- Each chief
at the same moment plunged a knife into the other's bosomg both died with "fast
glazing eyes, glaring with hate and defiance". They were buried in a sitting posture,
facing each othcrg their knives, tomahawks, rifles, hunting dogs and' favorite horses
were buried with them.
A great battle was waged where Thorntown now stand. Two 'parallel lines
of human bones were discovered extending north and south for about one-half mile.
However, it is not known just what tribes fought in this battle.
FII' I Y-SIX
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Sung will Summer Time
MARY li. IIICNHY, .luriimg '23, 1
Sing nie il song: nf the hriglit snntrner time,
The time when the flowers :ire llooniing' most fair, '
XVlll'l'l the irilling! of lmlwls rnaliefr a chorus sulvlime, I
And the laug'hLer of chilflren rings true in the air.
All the world is il harvest in tlis lJ1'f,LfhL summer' time, Q.
A harvest of love and ull lif'e's sxxcctesi joys,
l9l'0n the sway of the trees rnztlae :L rytlnn :xml rhyme,
G0d"s sunshine and love all the darkness destroys. 3
The happiest lives have a summer time heart, 2
A heart warm with kimfhess and sprezzdiug its rays
To each troubled spirit who, passing, departs
Taking fresh courage to meet the new day.
VmAYAVAYOWl I H In luXOlJlu WWXYAYIWZBYAYAWAYNN
'IM:i1lQi11" A Slliowli'
Sully .I21nv 4-omvs homo tonight
From Irozxrilin' school, you know,
Wowo got tho house 21ll lit up Iightg
Wu'ro gonna Illillil' somm- show!
Sh0's llilfllsliillllllll! I just Iwi!
Sho spi-mls ll lot ot' tlougfhg
.-Xu urn folks homv Just pmcli 21ml fret,
So she vzm mzikc- 21 show!
Sha-'s Iwc-n gone now most four ya-21rsg
She-'s 1-von got 21 lX'2lU.
lull says "Miko him" th21t's 21ll sho lil'2ll'Sf'-
So Sully mzllics ht-r show!
.lim llogvrs. ht- got nizulrlm-r' IIN sin
Illo usocl to Illini hor soj
.-Xu' now sI1l"s 1-omin' homo 215.2111
Ili-'s bound L11 mukv 21 show!
I'm just gonna hung: arouncl
Ami sm-0 how m21ttc-rs grow
l'm not 21 hit Pont-vitucl
Hut I'iI lilac- to m21kt- 21 show!
V IC I2 .-X I I IC ST IC R.
Johnny Jones just sovcntvvn,
Now took notiro ot' tho girls.
Ili- rzftvxl om- 21s "plenty km-n"
Anil pruiswl lu-r pretty curls.
Ile told hor of hor beauty
Anil vowvcl he would be true.
Ho snixl she was "some cutie."
As if that wc-rc something now.
Ho sont hc-1' flowers 21Y1ll trinkets
Anil took her to the show
She Calle-Ll him "Darling Winkotsf'
He knew sho loved him so!
Ilut Johnny would have bc-Lin surprised
H21rl hv h021rcl hor crow,
"Girls, I know hm- takes tho hooby prize
But he-'s certainly got the dough!"
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K6 F 99
fApologies to Kiplingl 1
MARY cioxics. l
lf' you can keep your wit while all about you l '
Are testing: theirs and aiming ii at youg 5
lf' you can keep from hlushingr when teachers douht you:
l,ook innocent and chew your chi-wing' gum, tong
It' you can wait and not get tired of waiting 2
l'ntil the assenilwly lwll begins ff: fnffg
If you can hlufl' and make the slzrewdest teacher
Believe that you have studied' eycrythingg
If you ean near to hear -your recitation I A
That required a lot of thinking, ridiculed l
Or try your hest to convince a skeptic teacher l
Anal find out in the end she was not fooledg Q
If you can make one heap of all your class grrzxla 1 i
And risk them all by taking a final test f
And flunk: and start again at the beginning' I I
And have the courage still to do your bestg
If you can dream and' not make dreams your master
When you are sleepy after the night before M
And' if you lose control of your optic organs 5
Anl d:wn't forget to remember not to snoreg l
li' you can talk with Ifroshmen and keep your virtue,
Or walk with Seniors nor lose the common touch.
Or hear the unetuous flattery of your schoolmates
And not believe their wily words too muchg
If you can fill each assembly period
VVith forty minutes full of lessons learned
Yours is the A plus citizenship grade
And which is more, that grade is dearly earned.
3 fNvfNsfY" ' A IN THF FXODF fWW7IWIWtWl
Class of 1927
Harry Norrls-Thorntoun Indlana
Mary Flllott Thorntown Indlana
Clara. Crawford Methodist Ilosplta' Indlanapolls lnll11n'1
Kenneth Castetter Thorntown Indlana
Wllbur Reagan Central Busmess lollrgx Induxnapolls lndlana
Fdna Jarrell Thomtown Indlana
Nlna Hutchens Thorntoun Ind1xn'x
Frederlck Butt her Iurdum lnnmrsnty I xfnymttc Indlrnx
Wllham Russell Thorntown Indiana
Genevleve Youkey 'leaehexs iollegr Inomnapolls Indlana
Lollta Crose-Thorntown Indlana
George Yount Thomtown Indiana
Ion Edwm Seale-Thorntown Indxana
Helen Spivey Indlana UHIVOFSILY Iiloommgton Indlana
Allce Castetter ffantrellj Ilmt lVl1eh1g.,1n
Thomas McC0rklef Thorntovmn Indlm-1
fdll Crawford Thorntoun lndxmx
xrgxrlt Ilarku I ll lmursxlx lIllll1IllIlUlIS Indlxna
Ruth Allen Thorntown Indlxnx
Allen Beesley Thorntown Indxanx
Gerald Ottmger Irankfort lndlana
Doris Skeen fParkerD Ilanltfort Indlana
Harold Fllxott Thoxntoun Irxl mm
Snyder Campbell Thorntown Ina ma
Illlle Martin Methodxst Hospxtxl Indlanapolls Indlana
Esther Jacoby Thorntown Ind111n'1
Carl Cralg Freeport Illlnoxs
Burford Joseph Thorntown Indnna
Dorothy Krnkald DePauw Umversxty
Fonda Hester Butler Umversltv Inuanapolls Indlana
Eugene Rose-Purdue Unnersltv Iafayctte Indiana
Allan Mllllkan DePauw Unlverslty
Leah Wlnte-Centr ll Busmess Colltge Indlanapolls, Indlana
Wanlford Reagan Thorntown Indlana
Harolr Werts Frankfort Indlana
Fvan Etter Lebanon Indlana
Faye Bowles-Thorntown Indxana
VERA KEPPLE 28
In neu of the fact th rt I haxe at last started on the road to an educauon, at
least obviously speaklng I was asked rerently concernlng what I concelved as belng
my greatest b nefactors durmg my past fom years lll hlgh school To thls, asxde
from '1 few Instructors and a feu com ses ol the currlculum I was honest enough to
confess that I owed more to the Fxode than any other mstltutxon of lts kmd' ln sChool
rf I mlght call It that After spendlng the best part of three vears more or less
cxperlmentmg upon our years mastexpx ee I ln the end generally recelved qulte a
blt of satlsfactlon from the achlevement and varlous other factors some of whlch
I hadnt always 'mtxclpated In fact the success of the Fxode has become a tradx
txon blgger and better every year
I need not mentlon Just what the Fxode IS or means to us If I remember cor
rectlw the ldeal IS always brlefly outlined ID the forcwalz' and thls really 19 fulfllled
W'e have a tendencv to fall to apprecmte s1tu'1t1ons untll we hfue lost them then
then' Worth IS realized One funds after a tlme that hlgh slihool days were the tlmes
of real sport for better or for worse exen lf they were m 1000 and these ITIGITIOTICS
xre more often found among our mo t treasuled possessxons In thls fleld faloncl
I fmd I have a gold mme All I YNISII now IS the very best of succcss to youl annurl
and to future Fxodes
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M-onday, Sept. 5-Seniors strut in. Juniors saunter in. Sophomores blow in.
Freshmen blunder in.
Tuesday, Sept. 6 --Bright and fair. Mostly "l'air".
lYednesday, Sept. T Sponsors chosen, nominated and elected.
Thursday, Sept. S- Miss Wilkinson does ber best to quiet the fears of the
Friday, Sept. 9--One week gone, never to return.
Monday, Sept. 12--The same old grind begins. Coach Spivey issues the first
call for football players.
Tuesday, Sept. lil-Household hint: lYhen baby drinks the ink, write with a pencil.
VVednesday. Sept., 14----Thorntown students have learned of Verg'il's unforgivable
sin. He lived fifty-one years too long.
Thursday, Sept. 15- The daily dozen! "The period from 11:35 to 11:-45 is for
study," repeated twelve times.
Friday, Sept. 16-Is a zebra a black animal with white stripes or a white animal
with black stripes?
Monday, Sept. 19-From the mouths ol' babes ---we mean Freshit-sA"We're feelin'
better'n we did, but we ain't as well as we waz before we got as bad as we are."
Tuesday, Sept. 2tP-Nothing so keen today as Mr. Spivey's tongue.
Wednesday, Sept. 21- Latest question of science: "Does the seed cling to the
peach, or does the peavh cling to the seed?"
Thursday, Sept. 221-The Freshies may not be green-but you've got to show us.
'Friday, Sept. 23-Pep session for the Carmel vs. Thorntown football game. We
Monday, Sept. 26-Coach Spivey's classes do not meet. Reason: Poison!
Ttzuesdgy, Sept. 27-Spivey was taken to the Martinsville sanitarium today. Vaca-
tion or t e Science classes.
- 1Vednesday, Sept. 28- Don Wait in Algebra class: "If the numeration of a frac-
tion IS three and the denomination four, is the fraction four-thirds?" VVe wonder!
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Thursday, Sept. 29 --Mr. Martin of Frankfort is duly installed as Science teacher.
Friday, Sept. 30-Y Great scott! Lectures!
Monday, Oct. Il fl'rof. McMurray absent. t'ivif's class is "MartiniZcd".
Tuesday, Oct. 4-The talk o' the town-f Heat Kirklinl
VVednesd'ay, Oct. 5-4-"Stiektite" is honorably discharged from Senior English
Thursday, Oct. ti' Wanted: A first-class carpenter to renovate a desk. See Don
Friday, Oct. 7-Two red hot pep sessions for the Kirklin game. Motto-Heat
Kirklin! XVe didHfn't.
Monday, Oct. 10ACarl Craig: is in possession of a fractured arm, via putrid
Tuesday, Oct. ll-Out at 2:30. Parent-Teacher meeting. Are they discussing:
our moral standards?
Wedriesday, Oct. 12' -Four hundred thirty-five years ago today Columbus discov-
ered America. Don't you remember?
Thursday, Oct. liislleard in Advanced Algebra class: "I don't see why you do
what you do after you do that."
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Friday, Oct. 14k-Second regular Senate meeting- Mary BIZXUJILWVS moves that
no one be allowed to attend the Hallowe'en party who is not dressed. The motion
was instantly seconoed-
Aliillllllj, Oct. ni nur doom is written. Teachers have a meeting to record grades
Tuesday, Let. JH hiring xo ihe trigid icniperalure of lioom l the Yergil class
met and reviled QE'j in Room ll.
wednesday Url M tu-port card' 'ire issued for the first time this car
.. , . . . s. . . 1 .yr--am
most oi us agree it should be the last.
'Ihursday, Oct. :ilk--biate 'leavhers' Association.
l'l'1ll11j, uct. LL. ...ole xaeaL.on. Lin, mvyl
Monday, Oct. 241- lfirst call for basketball players is answered by Don YS'ait
Caesar Hamill and Robert Mcllorkle.
Tuesday, Oct. 2.1-'Aho are told in Civics class that the moon affects the tide to
:1 large extent- -also the untied.
Xxednesday, U4-1- :lm-A spotless
quired for transportation to Marion
gested that the bill be "spotless".
Thursday, Oct. 21'-lop session
one is confident 'of success.
Friday, Oct. 225- Football game
reputation and a dollar bill are all that are re
, Saturday, in the bus, However it is not sug
for ifravsformlsville and Marion games. Every
at lT'ville-and we won in thirty seconds.
Monday, Ort. Zilw-Big pep session at 11:35- celebrating our victory Friday and
Tuesday, Ixov. 1-Just another irksome day.
Wednesday, Nov. 2- -Wow! Seniors have a real-for-sum, grown-up English test
Thursday, Nov- Iksflroup pictures for the Exooe were taken. VVraps required
liar the Slilnl picture' -Why?
Friday, Nor. 1-J'Big Il1Ll1ll.ll?U for the West Lafayette game. Results: lVe did
llonday, Nov- T--f-XS here, oh where is our turkey?
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member us as we- sell quality worle
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Tuesday Nov S Speclalmeetlngof
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g,1eat dangel of heme, auesteel
Wednesday Nov 9 Annual H S
Fan About half of the students axe
helplng, WJ decorate the gym
Thursday Nov 10-Most of
leallfe that lt ls just the day aftel
the mght befole
F11 I3 Ixov ll We slgn e
AIIIIIBULL wlth lebanon tluthfully
plomlsmg peaee untll we get another
chanee at them
Monday Nov I4 Stlll eeleblatlng
the Slgfllflg' of the AIIIIISIILL A whlte
hot pep sess1on
K Q Innes - Lustom and
How ta Improwe It
his New Xelrs D15 Old o
fl1lI'l!IIllI'l feels thi! he must pay up
all his debts and sad Indeed ls the
fannlw that cannot some xox aceom
plush this end
St 1r'lng., the New Xelr fre from
11 eve en plm but ow
much better to leep out of el bt dur
the whole we lhen ll' dlsls
ter mer talees the flIHllj wage earn
cr or adserse business cond Ions
cause 1 decrease ln earning power
there will he no charge accounts to
lhen too p ning cash permits vou
to lake adxaniage fo the' low prlce-s
lf ch cash stores are able to offer
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when lonlorrow comes
where savings are great
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Tuesday, Nov. 15-Seniors taking' a
vacation as usual, selling Lyceum
I' n C S t 1 Wednesday, Nov. ll3fAll famous
? scholars and celebrated geniuses are
5 cordially invited to join the Latin
Mc K ern ,
r Thursday, Nov. 17 Seniors go to
I Uvillc to get their pictures taken.
Q Q Friday, Nov. I8-A-First basketball
F game tonight with Vlarks Hill.
i Monday, Nov. 21-What did "spin-
Q I ach" have to do with Florida? Ask
1 Roy Miller.
1 Tuesday, Nov. 22 fParent-Teacher
, i meeting. Iligh school girls hear Mrs.
N I Chenoworth lecture on 'The Loveliest
. Thing in the World".
i VVednesday, Nov. 2213-Basketball
i game at VVhitestown. Out at 2:45 and
RESIDENCE PHONE 3241 we celebrate by winning.
Q Thursday, Nov. 24-fThanksgiving
OFFICE PHONE 434 VZICHUUYI-
4 Friday, Nov. 25- More vacation--A
even for the basketball boys.
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TRUCKS TRACTORS AIND RADIOS
Generator, Starter and Ignltron Reparrrng
Monday lNov 28 VVont he long now C rades are raprdly berng' recorded
'luesday 1Nov 2J- bor an explanatron ot the law of 1 mmpensatron see Lloyd
Arnold and Drck Hankrns rc fugees of the 'scnror Pnglrsh class
Wednesday Nox 30 lwcryom xxrshes to thank Ifrankfort for no lrg.,hts. our
report cards are del rycd one day
Thursday Dec 1 Report cards out Results no lrghts no lrcat no vsaur and
lrrday Dec 2 Beat lebanon' ' " '7 ' They drd
Monday Dec Another xafatron We hope for more days wrth no power from
Tuesday Dec tPBack to school Alas' ho rest for the weary
NVednesday Dec 7 Gee' Grrls have all the luck Mrs Chrc Jackson entertarns
Thursday Dec 8 Well we rath r guess rts cold Most of the students spent
e mormng perrods rn the assembly xx rrtrng out lessons they newer even studred
Fmday Dec 9 Vhll rrx ally never cease Senrors Fnglrsh class Wrrtes a theme.
Wheeler s Lunch
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Monday. Dee. 12 The "elarionsl'. Sowell and lluddleston, entertain us with songs
and lectures against the tobaef'-o evil.
Tuesday, Dee. ll! Meeting of all the girls to eleet officers for the Girls' Club.
VVednesday, Dee. lllf- Yes, we know that the principals of all Boone county high
schools are coming to visit us tomorrow. Yes, ma'm, we'll keep the floors elean.
Thursday, Dec. 15- 'The fatal day! VVhole avalanehes -of inspectors descend on
our classes to the dismay of students and teachers as well.
Friday, Dev. lik-Pep session for the Cville game here tonight-and we want a
Monday, Dec. 19- Short Senate meeting. We deeide to exchange Christmas gifts
Tuesday, Dec. 20- -Latin students are diligently preparing for a play to be given
Friday. Ol' course everyone will understand it.
YVed'nesday, Dee. 21-The seetnd Senate meeting of the week. As the Latin pl'0-
gram is t-o be presented in the auditorium, we deeide to have the Vhristmas exchange
there too. Santa Claus 'n ever'thing!
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FORD L ARS TRUCKS AND TRACTORS
Tuesday Jan HP Notlce' Iopulnr T H S student thmks all msane pexsons
should be exeeuted Would anyones lu be safe '
VVedncsday Jxn ll All who hum not heletofora exnelunetd the horrors of
eelnltlon 1 nt o l'hus the school boal
lhur ll y Jan IZ Mlss Buker uldently doesnt XPDIOVL of students study
mg neuspapels and thc like for ad lltlon xl lntolmatlon see M Glllan md A W hlte
Irxday Jan 15 lhteated by J xmestovsn' But then what eould be expeeted on
lfrxday the thirteenth '
Monday Jan lb The serpent entered the Garden of lfden Thorntown hlgh
school today Although eaudxly 1 xessu' ani thoroughly j0lDtLll the guest was eaxe
fully 3XOIdlll by the f,,lllS
Tuesday Jan 14 'lhe fame of T ll S vw is conslderably lncreased today when
Miss lTllklIlSOI'l announeed that fourteen out of one hundred and twenty puplls were
Wednesday Jan 18 Great hallstones of exams descend upon u Numexous
fallures as usual
Thursday Jan 19 More agony
Frlday Jan Z0 Teaehers Instltute at Leb mon let theyxe glad to get away
from exam questxons and Ds
Mmday Jan .23 FTLShl0S' Freshles' Freshlesl And the new supply IS greener
than the last shlpment Xlondmr if they wlll ever galn the dlgnlty of SOHIOTS7
Tuesday Jan Z-1fThe Moonshme Soclety for Semor boys only Qgxrls excluoedl
was organlaed today
Wednesday Jan 2r 'lhe hxgh sehool glrls we lnltlated by the Lebanon gnls for
admlttance Into the Sunshme Soelety Now they are perfect llttle sunbeams
Thursday Jan 26 Don xxdlf, secms extremely sleepy thls mornmg There IS
a well founded rumor that he hld a date mlth Johanne Perrm last nlght
Frlday Jan 21 Wlll wonders never cease? Mlss Barker actually sent the
Vergxl class back to the assembly'
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Monday, Jan. 30-The fifth period assembiy was very pleasantly entertained
by the fire whistle.
Tuesday, Jan. 31-31-nate meeting to elect the second semester officers. Carl
Barker seems to be a favorite.
Wednesclay, Feb. 1-A brand new case in school- Guess who!
Thursday, Feb. 2-Free show in front of the school building- Main participants:
Leota Talbert and Bessie Bennett.
Friday, Feb. 3-Information for today censored by Miss Vliilkinson in final read-
ing. VVe don't know why.
Monday, Feb. 6-No basketball practice this evening. Why not?
Tuesday, Feb. 7-School is dismissed early because of Parent.-Teacher meeting
-and we're so sorry.
Wednesday, Feb. 8-The electriCian suffered a downfall today, much to "Mar-
Thursday, Feb. 9-The Apollo Duo entertains.
Friday, Feb. 10-Cast for the operettu, "The China Shop," is chosen- All avail-
able "home talent" is used.
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FIVE CREAMERIES IN INDIANA i
Monday, Feb. I3-The first period assembly was very well entertained by the
U. S. History class. Even Mr. Hart enjoyed the program of Civil War songs.
Tuesday, Feb. 14-Watch your heart. Dan Cupid is dangerous.
Wednesday, Feb. 15-The Home Economics class served dinner in the library
basement. Knowledge and food make a good combination.
Thursday, Feb. 16-VVhat happened today? Please don't ask us for we don't
Friday, Feb. 17---Everyone is sad today, for they know that th:iy'll surely be
defeated by Kirklin tonight.
Monday, Feb. 20--Broadcasted late last night: Vera K.-Is Clark an ardent
wooer? Aleatha W.QIs he? Why I had to make up my lips fifteen times the first
night I met him.
Tuesday, Feb. 21-The eighth wonder of the modern world-"Mae" reached
Economics class on time this morning.
Wednesday, Feb. 22-Rev. Hester speaks at the first convocation of the year.
Thursday, Feb. Zfiklllr. Hart: "I'm sorry to learn you have buried' your un1'le.'
Mr. Spivey: "I had to. He was dead."
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Friday, Feb. 24--YVQ show our ignorance and are defeated by "l,it.LIm: Jeff" in 9
the last game of the season.
Monday Feb 27 Flsa doesn't a Ice uith the rest of th ' ' -
, . -- . . ge ' . e Senior girls, but is Q
in favor of having one dress and two pairs of shoes for the commencement activities, ' i
Tuesday, Feb. 28-"To be or not to be"-f that is the question. Ask the Seniors I
if it isn't. 5
Wednesday, Feb. 29-MThe ideal day for woman to assert her rights and plunge
into the sea of matrimony. Who will be the first to propose to Caesar Hamill? .'
Thursday, Mar. 1 The Moonshinexs have decided to have a tough partyf--trmugh '
because each member has to pay a quarter. l
Friday, M'ar. 2-Prospects for winning our first game in the sectional tonight
are somewhat dulleprobably due to the fact that it isn't raining.
Monday, Mar. 5-Plans are rapidly being- made for the annual inter-class tiourna- 51
ment, scheduled for YVednesd'ay, Thursday and Friday.
Tuesday, Mar. 6-The Business English class reports a most exciting' phenom-
ena. We aren't just sure what it was. ' 2
VVednesday, Mar. 7--First day of the inter-class toumey. It seems that the l
Seniors will be compelled to rob a bank to get enough money to buy flags.
Thursday, Mar. 8-More tournament-and more Senior flags. 2
Friday, Mar. 9-Senior boys and Sophomore girls win the tourney-but, because : 1
we are all law-abiding Citizens, no more flags are displayed. Orders issued by Most:
Brown. f :
Monday, Mar. 12-The U. S. History class has decided that there's one thine' 5
worse than a testb-thinking you're going to have one and getting disappointed. ! i
Tuesday, Mar. 13-Watch your scalp! The fourth grade gave a life-like por-
trayal of "Hiawatha" for the Parent-Teacher meetings today. V
VVednesday, Mar. 14-The Seniors challenge for a basketball game is accepted' Q
by the Underclassmen. VVe wonder whose dignity will be lowered- ' i
Thursday, Mar. I5-The foremost question today between the hours of II:-fi
and 12:45 was, "Will Miss lfarkcr be here this afternoon?" if
.Friday Mar. 16-Reports of the state basketball tournament are heard over a
radio hastily installed in the Science room. It's a terrible temptation to uski " it
Monday, Mar. ILL Seniors have a meeting' to choose a committee to select a
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Tuesday. Mar. 20 The uizderclassmcn attempt to lower the dignity of the Sen-
ior boys and apparently received the worst part of the bargain.
Wednesday, Mar. 21- lt secms that styles for men's coats for this spring have
changed. At least so Robffrt Owsley thinks.
Thursday, Mar. 22fMae declares the Senior-Underclassmen war over as there
are too many "crippled" Underelassmen. They need protection.
Friday. Mar. 23--Everyone suffering from "spring fevery' and envying the stu-
dents of other schools having spring vacations this week.
Monday, Mar 243 And it rained, and rained, and rained!
Tuesday, Mar. 27+Don't blame the girls for all nfw styles originated in this
sch-ool. The one favoring hair parted in the middle was introduced here today by
the members of the sterner sex.
Wednesday, Mar. 28-Rev. R. R. O'Havcr delivered his farewell address to the
Thursday, Mar. 29-The Sunshine society meeting today at noon was disturbed
by a voiife timidly inquiring, "Is Don VVait in here '?"
Friday, Mar. I-10' 'The only question concerning the Sophomore-Senior baseball
game to be played' next Friday evening seems to be "Ind-oor or outdoor ?"
Monday, Apr. 2-XVe learn that this six-weeks is to be of only five weeks dura-
Apr. 3---Six weeks tests are dropping like hailstones.
Wednesday, Apr. 4fRev. H. M. Fampbell entertains us at convocation by pre-
senting the reading, "Robert of Sicily."
Thursday, Apr. 5+Yes! No? Maybe so.
Friday, Apr. 6-April showers are natural enemies to baseball games. Conse-
quently thc game was postponed.
Monday, Apr. 9-And the Seniors didn't win the baseball game.
Tuesday, Apr. IOYEVQ-ryone fincluding teachersl is easily aggravated' today,
but nothing so very unusual happens according to the Solid Geometry and Business
Wetlnesllay. Apr. il- "Pennsylvania Dutch" is read by Mr. Marshall at the reg-
ular convocation period. A "nickel" entertainer.
Thursday, Apr. 12-Mrs. Sandefur, dean of Indiana Sunshine societies, speaks
to the girls on "The Development -of a Rosebud".
Sugar Creek Grain Co.
GRAIN, COAL, FLOUR
FEED AND SEEDS
IS TO SERVE
Friday, Apr. 13-l"riday, the thirteen proves to be a lucky day we get out ai
3:00 p. m. for the interclass travk meet. Seniors won.
Monday, Apr. lt?--The fact that li. S. lliftory term payers are cluu today ex-
plains the grand rush for the enc-yelopeclias this a. ni.
Tuesday, Apr. lTwflCeonomies lesson-"knowledge diminishes risk." Fresllies
lVeclnesclay, Apr. IS-'No convocation. Teachers say we'x'e been out of school too
much this week.
'l'hursday, Apr. lil- Our Latin contestants leave for Bloomington. Why all the
noise as they left the assembly?
Friday, Apr. 20--Regular Senate meeting was held, but because of the long con-
ference between "the school board" and a. certain f'0IIlfllItf.CC, not much business was
Monday, Apr. 23 "Mac" cloesn'f3 appear for Economics class and we are all sent
back to the assembly because we had our lesson.
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Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday Apr Z4 Should myone asl why the Vergll clam emxgr mtul from here
to the lxbr uy thls utunc on thny ue to be told ue yum hunting, matcllal for note
We lne day Apr Z r IN m conxoe xllon prog rxm for thls ue l zllher The fuultv
must be Lontemplxtmg meetmz,
Thursday Apr Zh 'Ihe Tumors mnounu that they ulll scll -1 clues rmgg 'mt
aultlon tomorrow Thmy lxplam that thcy are not Lxputlng much 111016. thxn the
nomm-xl aum of tvso dollmre for lt
Frld xy Apr 21 Heard m Phxsus Llxw Sic 1m IS M mter gone er Wy xx 1th heat
Monday Apr My Roberta llhott lS announced XXIDTICI' of the bmuty l1Y'll9St
aponsorul by the lunlor Clase
Tueeday May I Nllbb Ilghtloot announce the U S Hlstoxy club nlll xemam
m the asecmbly and urlte a Short report on the materul tluy hue Lxthered for to
days recltatlon Th xtx all rlght lf Vou hzne anything to wrlte about
Wednesday May 2 Nlkry Koneb his hex h.11r curled and evldently prmfub the
Thurkdxy May 3 Robert Ou xlry fxmous 'lumtlonum m llxu, hu init mppeal
ance bcfozc. the loc ml publle ln a 1 xthu' xam xttrmpt to sell .1 lumm Ll us um.,
F1 lday May 4 Tha xlmosphrre of the Al,x,eb1'1 room proud lo he too dun e
fan Archxe Hull
SFVI NTX SIX
The Exode 1
Layneis Studio 5
118 W. Main St. Opposite Terminal Station
Monday, May 'Tfff"Stud'y hail while it's ha.iling'."
Tuesday, May S - Sunshine Girls are seen haunting' the book stores to find note-
books in which to keep a revord of slang words used.
XYednesday, May il-fYThe lv-nys are zealously watching for Mr. Daugherty, who
is to address them this week, to arrive in his plane.
Thursday. May 10fThe Seniors are frenzied in their attempts to learn their
parts for the play.
Friday, May 1lY'The Seniors, depressed with grief, attend' their last Senate
meeting in T. H. S. and Roy Miller loses his last hope of glory as a debater.
Mhnday, May 14-Senior Exams!
Tuesday, May I5--f More Exams!
Wednesday, May IGYNO Seniors at school and everything is rather dull and quiet.
Thursday, May lTfSenior class play.
Friday, May 18---"The Boomerang" has its last presentation.
Sunday, May 20-Baccalaureate.
Monday, May 21- fFaculty party.
Tuesday, May 22-Junior-Senior reception.
Wednesday, May 23-Class Day-Commencement.
Thursday, May 24-Alumni banquet.
MARJORIE ROTH, '28
CORINNE COUGER, '28
Xl THE ICXODE f?I'Yif'gYf?7lii1
+ oUR CLASS Morro
"HONEST GOODS NI' FAIR PRICES"
Au, Su.m1cS or 'rule icuxlzow. ol'.uz.xx'rEE11 MST
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I'rof. Mt-Murry: IVell. if there are
dumbells in the room, please Stand up.
A long pause and then a lone
Ifreshntan Stood up 13011 Russellt.
I'rof. Mc: VVell. thank goodness,
there'S at least one person in the
room who is not afraid to admit it.
Sod Russell: That'S not it. I just
hate to see you Standing alone.
Roy BIil'er: Hey. "Stew," lengl me a
quarter, will you?
R. Stewart: Say, if it cost five
1'entS for a trip around the world' I
couldn't get out of Sight.
0 BOY, HOW GOOD!
Ma! come 'ere quick!
XVhat is it Blake?
Look! Charles fStuckeyl ate all of
the fraisinsl off that Sticky brown
Autoist: Where do you get auto
parts around here 'F
Native: At the railroad crossing.
7NIisS Ilelen L. Parker: I took this
fake recipe out of a cook book.
A. Heesley: You did exam-tly right
It shoulrln't have been put in.
Ifzra: What did they Say when
your horse fell in the swimming pool 7
Jake: Oh, everybody yelled, "Pull
out the plug."
Caesar Hamill: Suppose a man
marries his firs wtift-'S Step-sisters
aunt. What relation is he to her 'I
Cecil Elder: I d'on't know. XYhaS'?
Caesar: IIer huShaud.
Dwight Butcher: Girls want a lot
B. Leatherman: Yes. and they
want a house on it. too.
Mistress: Ilut 'x'uU'y' -ig .Y Q .,-
, e iihci Sli it
fn" a nurse maid.
I Martha Allen: But it' I dropptwl
the baby it woul-lu'x have In fall Sv
ilZt"iTfQfl'Y7IfK?F TH E EXODE iflfl A OYZWOYQYZWOV
The Officers and Directors of the State Bank extend to the
members of the Class of 1928 their sincere congratulations,
and every good wish for the future.
They trust that this Commencement may indeed be but a
beginning of a uzeful life and prosperous life for each of yzu
and that this Bank may have the 1 ritilcge or serving you in
every good way.
State Bank of Thorntovvn
Teacher: Give nie an exzsznple ci'
Bliss Lightfoot in English: Take
tontraction and expansion. due to N flzis st-ntenee. He led' the cow from
llvllfif tht- pasture. XYhat mood 'I
Dick Ferguson: In summer days Cm-1 Hal-ki-rg The --nw
are long and in winter they are short.
If b Ofrfleyz lflsyi l1'i'f: 1
Customer to M. Burkett: Have you
any fine tooth -'on1bs'f
Burkette: No. but we have some
fine tooth brushes.
Spivey in Biology class: lVhat do
bugs do in winter?
Tink Hill: Search me.
Drummer to John Dulfnz Are you
the head of this business?
John: No, I'm the heir of the hea:l.
Spivey in Physiology class: Hur-
chell. how long could you live with-
Burchell: That remains to be seen.
Basil Ilulin: Vlfell, she-'s half right.
Stranger to Carl Barker: Aren't
you afraid that you'll be late for sup-
Carl: Nope, I've got the meat-
Don Ylfait lrehearsing on stagel:
Give me some breadggive me some
The curtain came down with a roll.
McMurrayt in Economics classjz
What is steel wool?
Ross Burkett: Shearings from steel
i moron THE EXODE kvygd swine
To another graduating class of old Thomtown H. S. we ex- V
tend Greetings and Best Wishes.
oney Bee Cafe
E. B. McCorkle
John Dulin fin Emzlish elassl: Ilis
sentence His horse fell and died and
I couldn't make it get up because it
was dead. "Sad ending."
Jean M1-Forkle: Have you read
" Fr eckl es" 1'
Martha More: No, thank godness,
mine are light. brown.
Corinne Conger: I want some in-
Harry Se:-.le ithe Vlerklz Do you
want to take it with you?
C. Couger: Of course not.. I'll send
the bugs to you and you can give it
Marcels are very funny things,
For them the flappers saveg
Remind me of the ocean wide,
Just full of wild, wild waves.
Mrs. Cones: Asher, you're a sight.
VVhat. have you done to your clothes.
'l'hey,re cut full of holes-
Asher: Aw, we was playing gro-
ceiy store, mamma, and I was the
piece of cheese.
Aleatha: You know after Marvin
proposed he ran off without waiting
for an answer.
Vera K.: Oh, didn't you know that
he used to be a Western Union mes-
Mr. I'r-rrin: lVhut kind of a boy is
the I,'lTliYl'l'l!'JI'l fellow to whom you
Julianne: 'Well, he says he has al-
ways wanted a home.
Mr. Perrin: That sounds good.
Johanne: And he likes ours very
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Archie Hill: This match won't
llonultl WVhite: Thut's funny, it lit
11.1 riglxt n minute ago.
llapliene Daggryz llzxve you got
any tllunih tacks?
Milclrccl Robbins: No. Ilfill :1 fin-
ger nail do?
lfuther: Describe water, Johnny.
Johnny: Water is a whibe fluid
that turns black when you put. your
i1:11u.l.a in it.
Soil Roth: l'll hand it to you, Kid.
P. Hankins: What are you talking
to, me or your gloves.
Bob Smith: What kind of zu car
Koss H.: I got a I.Vreck.
Hob: A Yw'1'scli'f
Ross: Yeoh. livery time I 1-,.
zi g'oz.t-n people come up and ask me
if l'x'e reported the accident yet.
L. lleusley: Do you love me?
Jw: S1-ole: More than life.
Hit.: Wil you do anything for me?
She: Wait here then :xml tegl llaml
that l've gone out with Ilarry. You
see Dari doesn't approve of llarry.
Evelyn Corrie: Why tlc.n't you ug:
the comb I gave you?
Roy M.: Because I love it so much
I hate to part with it.
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COLONIAL AND OLYM?IC
. LEBANON, IND.
THE BIG PICTURES FIRST
WITH THE MIGHTY MORTON ORGAN
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POTTERY PARKER PENS EASTMAN KODAKS i
Miss Barker: Charles, how much
does a 12-pound turkey weigh?
Charles Stuckey: I dunno.
Miss Barker: VVell, what time does
the nine o'el0ck train leave?
Charles: Nine o'clock.
Miss Barker: That's right. Now.
how much does a 12-pound turkey
Charles: Oh, now I catch on. Nine
The school teacher wrote on the
blackboard in the Freshmen class,
"L X X X", and asked a bright little
girl. Roberta Elliott, what it meant.
Roberta replied: Love and kisses,
llarry Scale: Are you going to the
Joe Parker: ll'hat fair?
llarry: The paper said fair here
today and tomorrow.
Miss Lightfoot: Shakespeare would
be a great men if he lived today.
Rupert Miller: Indeed he would.
He'd be 300 years old.
Miss Jaques fin grade svhooljz Yes,
Lincoln, as I knew him, was a fine
Bob Kinkaid: Gee, she's older than
I thought she was.
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Sod Russell: Say, Coach, I want
Spivey: Those fit. lVhy do you
want. higger shoes 'Z
S. Russell: So l can cover more
gfpound in the same amount of time.
Pearl Hankins in store: ls this a
good brand of perfume?
Don Vlfait, shiek salesman: XVhy
lady, its on our very best smeller,
Miss Lihtfootr W'hat beautiful
flowers. lsn't there a little dew on
Russell Hankinsf blushingj: Yes, i
but I'Il pay it right away.
Mary Belle Long: Mother, you
know a poor worm provided my silk
Mrs. Long: Mary llelle. I wish
you would quit speaking' so disrespeft-
fully of your father.
Mr, McMurray: Sonny, what would
you do if I gave you a nickel all for
Charles Stuekey Cwho knows Maej:
1 don't suppose it would do any good,
but l'd try to pass it.
A visitor to Cliarles Stuekey, who
is in a synical mood' l.ivefl here all
of your life?
Stuckey: No. I ll?1VC!Illf. died yet.
Everything in Meats and Fancy Vegetables
W. H. Pulliam
fNfNv5y.fN. as qi p ar 15 THE EXODE lifiii i ll ii lf'
JARRELL FEED CO.
Distributors of Amco Feed
Buy It-Try It-Be Convinced
W. R. J ARRELL
Mr. Spivey: I read in the paper
the other day that they had discov-
ered Volunibus' bones.
Dick Arnold: By George, I didn't
know he gambled.
IN ECONOMIC CLASS
Mr. Mc-Murry: Harry, how many
dimes in 8250?
Harry Sealer Two hundred and
fifty. sir. fliecn out west the night
.l IIST A CHARGE
Judge Campbell fat school faith:
You are charged with shooting squir-
rels out of season.
Lloyd Arnold: Your hon-or, I shot
them in self-defense.
Miss Gauld ftrying pupils out for
emning opereltaj to Dick Hankinsl
Dick, you may try out for the part of
IJil'k Hankins: Out loud?
Mr. McMurry fto his sonjz My boy,
when you grow up I want you to be
Son: I don't want to be a gentle-
man, pop. I want to be like you.
Mr. Spivey: Norman, name a tooth-
N. Morrison fafter brief thinkingjt
My little sister.
Clark Long: No man can be all
Dude Joseph: How's that?
Clark Long: Because half of him
Do you remember MISERY MOON? "ALWAYS INI
TROUBLE." Poor soul- First one thing and then '
a dozen. Just last week a cyclone hit him and poor f
old Misery had a miserable time, all because
he had forgotten to take WIND insurance
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HART SCHAFFNER 62 MARX CLOTHES A
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. MUNSINGWEAR 2
R. Stewart: I feel sorry for that Hi: l sent a dollar to a firm fur a
fellow over there.
Dick Hzmkins: How so?
R. Stuart: He ate his salad wiLh
his Spoon and now he has Lu eat his '
sifup with his fork.
Harry Scale: I just saw a young'
man trying to kiss your daughter.
Mr. Riley: Did he succeed?
Mrs. Riley: Then it wasn't my
SERVICE WITH A SMILE
cure for my horse that slobhers.
Si: NYhat. did you get?
Ili: Slip of paper on which was
written, "Teach him to spit".
Miss Vl'ilkins0n: VVhaf. letter is
naxt tu h?
Henry Rive. Dunno.
Miss VI.: YYell, think now. IYl11xt
have I on both sides of my nose?
Henry Rice: Freckles, Ma'am.
EVERTHING FOR THE AUTOMOBILE
ART MORRISON, Prop.
4 W. . .
AnnirWmg THIS IGXODIC
Class of 1928
Acccept our sincere congratulations and best wishes
Tom Mcfforkle: Say Dale, how Ilavc lYhite: I don't know.
Iilfl you get that rm-cl on your lips?
llalo I"owlei': 'I'hal's my tau' for - -- A
pa1'ldiigg too long in one plan-e.
Mary Blattlu-ws. lYhat makes you
---- think Caesar was engagc-al to a lfirl
. i 1 named llriclget?
lfllockie: I'or two cents I'al kiss Jean Blc-C'o1.kh,: XX-vu tht, book
303' I Xyh , t h I, said that when Vaesar vame to the
, haf, ' U 5 F" 4 'ml-L U' " Rhine he proposed to lwnlge it.
mc 1 e .
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Napoleon Ifionaparte said: Hapf l Dulm' I llhdlf' Ilmh A .HQULU
. . - Y ' I Y I ' ' fr ' I i ' Y
mnvss hw In Slwpr HOW happy oy namo, u L15 m,., .ur is non
lloyd Arnold must be in The assem- Uhzlrgcll'
Ruth: I wish the Lord had made
me a man.
Miss llilkinson: Why are you al-
ways tardy 21llyl'llOl'0?
Roh: School begins before I get
hehe I guess.
Dick: He did. I'm the man.
M -K lVhile out driving one eveningf,
Martha: Does the moon illl'Ql'l
Miss Lightfoot: Is Birmingham, Nw Udo?
Alabama in Florida or Georgia? Ilurwardz No, only the untied.
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Vern Hester: llow much do you
Harry Norris: 5313.410 u year.
Vera: But we c'z1n't live on tliatl
llzirryz Oh, l get paid ST,4l1lil.
Mae: NYlmt's the nmst c'oniniun
impediment in the speech of Amer-
Skeet Allen: Chewing gum.
' Miss l.ightfoot Qin General History
f'i2l5SlZVu'2!lU.!l'. how niuny wznx was
Spznn c-rigagml in during the seven-
z' teenth century?
St iek-tite: Seven.
, Miss L.: Seven. Enurneiute them.
Stick-titer One, two, three, four,
five, six, seven.
Stout Xhitllllilli fat filling' stationj:
l v'zrnt two quurtx of oil.
TE wb MCU.: XVhat kind, heavy?
S. XVoman: Say, young' man, don't
rut fresh with me.
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George congratulates the Class of 28 on the successful
completion of Hlgh School
Margaret Daggy Im studying
The Sofa by Cowper Wont you
come over and help me?
get together on that
VVonder how long It IS necessary
to beata cow to make her gxve
Chff Ive got a new plg and
named It mk
Ilovd Whats the ld al Is he
Cllff No but hes always gettmg
out of the pen and runnmg all over
B Smlth I was over to see her
last nlght and some one threw a
brlck through the wlndow and hlt the
poor glrl ln the sxoe
B Owsley Dld It hurt her"
B Smith No but It broke three
of my lingers
Mr IXICMUITRV Detlne denslty
Don VS alt fScratch1ng h1s headj
Mr McMu1 ray That s good
Newsboy Great mystery' Flfty
Passer by Here boy Ill take one
fAfter readmg a moment! ay
boy theres nothlng of the klnd ln
this paper Where IS xt"
Newsboy Thats the mystery
govnor You re the fifty f'1r t QVIC
tm From Everybody s Magazine
The Unlverslty of Shakespear 11
lustrates Flrst year A comedy of
Errors Second year Much Ado
About Nothing Third Year As You
hke rt Fourth year All s well That
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Miss Lightfoot: "What did Jeff- licziw-n'?
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Owsloy fvnlhusiastirallyi "llc
vslailrlislierl the Dc-nmorralic parLy.l' -l-
-- Mary: VVould you like to have
ninlhvr for lumh"
Vera K.: "What, makes your Bill: Stn-ak's tough enough for
hair sci red?" me.
Milrirml R: "lt's so wiry that it
rusts every time I wash it. id
1? C. Stuckcyz I wish l Pould revise
Mrs. Stewart: Rosroc, I'm sur- the alphabet-
prisod. This is a note from Mr. Mc- A- CUTTY3 lvhyp what WOUICI YOU
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Hoscoe: Au, Blom, it could bv U' I0lIl'll1l'T-
Mrs. Stewart: WV-ll, lull me how.
Roscoe: It might have bn-on a I ,
bigger Class' Iatron: llere, this doughunt has
' a tack in it.
wi Dulin: Well, I declare, I'll bot the
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