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Edited by the Senior Class of
THE DUGGER HIGH SCHOOL
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The students of the Dugger
High School do respectfully
dedicate this annual.
OLD SCHOOL BUILDING
MR. HALE, Trustee of Cass Township
PRESENT DUGGER HIGH SCHOOL
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Thelma Whaley ..,,.......................f,.....,....... Joke Editor
Dorothy Graham ........ oo.,... A ss't Business Manager
Russell Wyatt ...,,.,,,. ..,........ B usiness Manager
Avon Libke ........., ,........ A thletic Editor
Elsie Edwards i,...... ..., ...,....,...v,, L i terary Editor
Flo Schofield ................,.i.,...,eiii.e........,........ Art Editor
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Paul Scott i..,i.,. .,,...... E ditor-in-Chief
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We take this opportunity for thanking all the
students of the High School who have so loyally
supported the publication of this, our first annual.
The book itself has two Well defined purposes.
One of these is to serve as a reminder of our joy-
fully fleeting years in school, when you carefully
scan its contents years hence. Another is to show
the people of this community what our High School
working with them can accomplish in editing an
It has been compiled with all that zest and
school spirit peculiar to our palace of learning' and
therefore we feel sure it will perform its little mis-
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MR. PHILLIPPE, Our Superintendent
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MISS KATHRYN. HARRIS, A. B. MISS MARY ADAMSON,
Prmclpal' Two years and a half at State Normal
Graduate of State Normal. School.
Teacher in Latin and English, Teacher of English and Domestic Sci-
"Her pleasing ways have made her ence.
"She laughs with the laughing and
cheers the crying, a truly wonderful
MR. ALVIN McCAMMON,
Two years college training.
Teacher of Science and Mathematics.
"To judge him well you must know
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MR. JESSE BEDWELL, MR. MARION BEDWELL.
Th d h lf t I. U.
Tegiign 0? 1?1iSt5gii',?S a Two years and three months at I. U.
"How much better is wisdom than gold." TegCIg21i'a3IEyEUg'1iSh, MHUISUIHHCS, and
"Still the wonder grew that one small
head could carry all he knew."
MISS GENEVIEVE INGLE,
One and one-fourth years of Music at
Teacher of music.
"Some think the world is made for fun
and frolic-and so do I."
We feel that it is now time to express our appreciation for what our
teachers have done for us during our high school careerg not only the
faculty of this year but also those of past years. Of those teachers of
our past years We especially want to thank Miss Brenton and Mr. Jones
because of the interest they showed in our class.
We have no special one to mention of the faculty of our present year,
for We feel that they have done everything to help us be a good class. We
hope that they will be with the classes to come and guide them over the
rough places in the road to knowledge as they have guided us. But we
know they cannot always be with us, but sooner or later they will take
leave of our school. We only hope that these past years have been as
pleasant for them as they have been for us.
Nationality Besetting Sin
Better Known As Good Quality
A. M. Phillippe ..... Eskimo ..., Taking deport- . . "Audie" ........ Optimistic
Kathryn !Harris .... Roman . Asking hard .... "Kitty" . . . .... Nous
Jesse Bedwell. ..... Pole ...... Worrying about. . "Jasper" . . .... Cheerfulness
Marion Bedwell .... Pollander Assigning big. . . "Jack" .... Wisdom
Alvin McCammon. . Greek. ..... Talking quickly. . "Al" .........., Patience
Mary M. Adamson. . Hebrew .... Dignity ........ "Aunt Tilde" .... Happy
Genevieve Ingle .... Phaecian - -Getting "fius- . . . "Mandy," ....... Too many to tell
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AVON LIBKE. "Uck"
President of Senior Class.
"A great factor in athletics combined
with a particularly handsome face goes
to make "Uck" a good drawing card in
FLO SCHOFIELD, "Bob"
Secretary of Senior Class
"Many are called but few are chosen".
RALPH MILLER, "lengthy"
Vice-President Senior Class
"Lengthy" is not much of a lady's man,
but when he starts boys clear off the
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GLADYS MITCHELL, "Mitch"
"She hails from Cass
She's a pretty lass."
MYRON ABRAM, "Mossie"
"Though once jilted in love he comes
DOROTHY GRAHAM, "Dot"
Vice-President II. Kz III.
Assocoate Business Manager
"Dorothy has won the love of
classmates without a doubt."
SYLVIA HUNTER, "Sylv"
room for improvement."
EMORY PAGE, "Dutch"
EDNA GRAHAM, "Jimmie"
"A real sport in a school is
ing. Such is J1mm1e."
"The biggest room in the world is the
"Laugh and the world laughs with you?
RUBY KEENE, "Ruben"
"A girl who appreciates her school and
whose school appreciates her."
PAUL SCOTT. "Scotty"
"Paul has only been with us one yeai
but we realize his ability as a student."
HAZEL EXLINE, "Madame X"
"We can never read her thoughts."
GEORGE LUXTON, "Little George"
"Absence does not mean forgetfulness
WAN DA YUNG, "Slim"
"Id1eness rusts the mind."
COVART WALTERS, "Cohort,"
"Silence is. golden."
ELSIE EDWARDS, "Dick"
"Actions speak louder than words."
RUSSEL WYATT, "Rus"
Class President II. 8x III.
"He has waged many battlis with love
but is he discouraged, no,
fair fields to conquer."
THELMA WHALEY, "Red"
"Men may comeg men may
But I go on forever."
ere are yet
HARRY AIKMAN, "Dempsey"
"A good cat always comes back."
CLARA HAMMOCK, "Clarabelle"
"Silent though industrious."
MAURICE FERGUSON, "Hank"
"I go to school only to act a gol
PAULINE YUNG, "Polly"
"You can always tell Pauline but you
can not tell her much."
MELVIN DUDLEY, "John" ,
"He's not very much in a croud, but
when you get him alone you'd be sur-
CORA .EXLINE, "Priscilla."
"A little maiden with queer ways."
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
The High School should have been proud of us when we entered up-
on our studious career of 1918. We thought we were a clever bunch
but very few others did, they said that we were green.
The year passed and was uneventful, for we had no time for social
affairs. Four of our teachers resigned during the year including our
superintendent. Miss Brenton by her untiring efforts kept the school
together. Much time was lost on account of the "flu," but we looked
for better times next year.
The second year we were more socially inclined, giving two parties
and a moonlight picnic. On the picnic one of our faculty fell in a ditch
but was not hurt.
Our third year found new students enrolling in our classes. As jolly
Juniors we gave three parties. Two were given in the K. of P. hall.
We wish to take this opportunity to thank the Knights of Pythias for
their favors to us during the time when we had no place to give parties.
We were a full-fiedged class until our Junior year, that is, every one had
made all his credits up to that time.
But at last our significant year has come. Our Senior year, the year
that each must bid the other good-bye and think of the future. This has
been an eventful year. We moved into our new building and began to
organize for a real school. On March third, Mr. Wetherow, State High
School Inspector, visited our new building and gave us an inspiring talk
on education. He also told us that he would recommend us to the State
Board of Education for a commission on March seventh. This was the
greatest event. The year ends with a Junior-Senior reception-we hope.
SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Many are the times when We desire to look into the future, even if
it be only for a short time. Not a great time past I was sitting wondering
where the class of '22 would be in ten years. While I was sitting there
I thought I saw a mist gather and in a short time I was able to see human
forms in its midst. Then I heard a soft murmur which seemed to impress
upon my mind the thought, "Watch carefully if you would know the
future of your classmates."
I watched eagerly and by this time the figures were easily discernible,
and to my great surprise I recognized Mr. and Mrs. Avon Libke walking
down a lone path, he with a Bible in his hand. They were followed closely
by a small group of black people and it immediately flashed across my
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mind that they had sacrificed everything to bring Christianity to the
"Dark Continent." Mrs. Libke was formerly Miss Thelma Whaley.
Next appeared Miss Wanda Yung who had had a wonderful success
with her voice and was singing with the Cass Chautauqua.
Then a badly disordered room appeared and a young man sat at the
desk writing. As I looked over his shoulder I saw a book which he had
just completed, I supposed. On the first page I saw these words: "Re-
spectfully inscribed to Miss Flo Schofield--Singer." Myron Abram al-
ways did favor the ladies.
Then a small country schoolhouse and from all appearances Miss
Elsie Edwards was at the head of affairs. This asserted itself to be a
fact when she seized a small boy who had been making faces at her and
demonstrated the proper uses of rulers.
After this there came a great social affair of some sort with the
Misses Dorothy and Edna Graham as the favored guests although they
would be scarcely recognized by those two names at this time and place.
Russell Wyatt had evidently formed a partnership with Ralph Miller
in the humble profession of farming, for lo! I saw Russell industriously
shucking pumpkins and Ralph peddling the same through the streets of
their former home town.
Harry Aikman has a large pair of spectacles as well as a brilliant
future before him for I saw him in Hollywood as the director of an Art-
craft picture to be released after 1933. The leading character in the play
was Emory Page who is to be known as "Scales" in filmland, because he
doesn't always balance.
George Luxton who was an ardent student of the classics, has used
his industry advantageously and has succeeded in obtaining a degree
from Browns School for the Crippled.
Clara Hammock has a beautiful home in Bloomington, Ind., where
her husband, Mr. Jack Bedwell, is a teacher of Science in I. U.
Hazel Exline and Covart Walters always lived close together but
they are now dwelling together peacefully under the same roof.
Paul Scott has a scientific research and is propounding the theory
to his class in Industrial Arts that H20 is water.
I-n the mist was-
Hunter KL Mitchell
Dealers in Cosmetics of all kinds
No C. O. D. shipments.
Then the mists cleared and my future, alone, was not revealed, but
I am glad of this fact that I certainly will never wish to look ahead of the
present time as many startling revelations as this short period of time
brought to me.
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PERSONAL MEMOIRS OF CLASS OF '22
Old "Mossy" boy whose genius versatile
Is shown in the grandest style
When playing basketball,
Didn't know that Fords had a tendency to kick,
Inherent it seems from the very old Nick.
So one kicked "Mossy" and broke his arm,
Thus bringing the team to no small harm,
A disappointment for us all.
Ruby's from the country but, listen to me,
A great place for her in the world, we see,
Without the smallest doubt.
Her studious brain touched slightly with egotism
Will win high fame, but such harsh criticism
Hardly befits one so especially gifted,
Evidence on both sides being carefully sifted,
Of her we shout.
That blue-eyed "Uckster," strange to relate,
Can get the most history through his pate,
Unbounded is the extent.
He recites with calmness 3 he thinks clearly too.
His basketball guarding is hard to get through
The girls think he is great, they love him by far
Best of anyg here's to Avon, he's our star,
A fitting compliment.
Hazel has black hair, and eyes that are keen,
That's why she likes Rubyg she'll think we're mean
To mention the fact
That since she's a beauty of the brunette type,
For her the beaux fall fast and ripe.
Her constancy, her affection is always true,
It's "If you love me, why-I love you"
In substance, that old compact.
Yea, "Aikie," what's the matter now
We see you've contracted your majestic brow
Another hard question to ask.
His philosophic turn of mind
Is incomprehensible to most mankind.
He's business-like to an extreme degreeg
His plans, to understand, you take it from me,
Are in themselves a task.
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Elsie, my child, we know what's your joy,
If you could turn into a lively boy.
It is really truly strange
That a man's mind and a man's might
Should be your heritage, but still 'tis right.
Her basketball playing we greatly admire,
Before her ability we most all retire.
To describe it, this lacks range.
There's Ralph Miller whose fiddle and bow
Form his constant and loving companions, I trow.
His time is spent 'tis said,
In cultivating the beauties of this life,
Still he's forever engaged in civil strife,
For it's a call to play here and call to play there,
Let's see, Ralph, if you haven't a gray hair
In your talented head.
Sylvia's a maiden fair and rare,
Who can find most charming ways to do her hair,
But it's not all said yet.
She plays a piano with ease by earg
Her own compositions are delightful to hear.
Y'ought to see her manual training woodwork.
Like every girl she works like a Turk,
In that class by sweat a grade to get.
Emory, "old scout," you're a wonderful boy,
We quote from the girls whose one great joy
Is for you to glance their way.
But don't let this "matronage" go to your heart,
You should come to school oftener, on your part,
Don't dress too nicely or, we're afraid,
You'11 be carried away by some little maid
To be kept forever and a day.
That's right, Thelma, keep up that "pep"
And you'1l surely win a worthy "rep."
She's one who truthfully thinks,
That the world is made to laugh and be bright in,
One's oppression of mind she ne'er fails to lighten
Her observations of man are very accurate,
Many suffer or are delighted by her estimate,
Together our virtues and vices she links.
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There's Russell whose motto's to hustle
And the "Hoosier," by main dint and tussle
He's carried through to success.
His business ability we laud to the skies,
That boy, too, can find grace in the fair one's eyes,
Let him set himself to a task with his might
And that task shall be honorably done and right,
Or we miss our guess.
Tee-hee, it's funny every soul will agree
'Tis Edna who's been first the good joke to see,
We willingly admit
That she is a forward of the day,
Falling down she kicks the ball upon its way.
Boys, take heed for she won't flirtg
Don't get too familiar, you might get hurt,
Her temper's not docile yet.
It pays to act like you know a lot
That air George Luxton sure has gotg
He's wise as the elect.
To his general knowledge there is no end,
But seldom he has the grace to unbend
Or give you any knowledge for love or hate.
Act like you don't care, then though sedate,
He'll tell you or break his neck.
There's Dorothy who as our basketball center
Possesses th' agility which Jobe has lent her,
But that's not all by a long shot.
She makes perfect recitations in history class,
Not always resisting her temptation to sass
Our good teacher, Bedwellg no one matches wits
With him without being glad to say "Quits,"
What it takes he's certainly got.
Gladys is really a second Mozart
She's always successful in affairs of the heart,
We remark it's casually so
That she lives at Cassg but what of that!
Lincoln hailed from a cabin and I take off my hat
To that great rnartyrg but to get down to truth,
Gladys is charming and pretty in sooth,
Ask Parker, her rational beau.
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There's Covart, who can render a practical joke
In the funniest language, you'll Well-nigh croak
On hearing him tell it.
That bird's a cat on that old history too,
And he obeys Miss Ingle when she says sing "lu
All in all he's idealg you just watch him speed
in that Dort of hisg now, Covart, take heed
Don't ever, ever sell it.
Flo's genius for music and taste for art
Are combined with ability of one who is smart
She has various duties and many.
The way she plays the piano is greatg
Her singing is held in high estimate.
As head of "Our Club" her work's of the best,
She's always at work with unlimited zest
Not inferior to any.
Oh by the Way, we must not leave Scott
Who goes on smiling regardless his lot.
It is surely right to say
His ability as a student is good, you can bet,
For any hard lesson he ne'er fails to get
As sub editor of the "Hoosier" he did his best.
But as editor in chief-well, guess the rest
He surely did save the day.
P. S. '22,
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A SENIOR'S FAREWELL TO THE SCHOOL
Good-bye dear students, farewell to you all
We shall miss your bright faces, class room, and hall
Don't forget us, we pray as we pass from among you.
But remember us kindly, as always true blue.
We leave you with sorrow the end of this year
You'll all succeed we need never fear.
May your school life never appear to you cold
But contribute all glory to the Black and Old Gold.
Farewell to the faculty your hard duty reaching
To success, on the ladder of wonderful teaching.
We'll remember you all and what you have said
And start out in life with a plan in our head.
Miss Ingle, the teacher, who was so kind
I'm sure a better we could never find.
And Miss Adamson, who patiently taught us art,
All of us love her for her tender heart.
All who took history will never lose sight
Of Mr. J. Bedwell, who taught how brave men should fight.
Miss Harris, too, was a jolly good teacher,
She had love in her heart for every creature.
And Mr. McCammon "so patient" we all say
Taught science and math. the very best way.
We'll remember the teaching of Mr. M. Bedwell
But of his intelligence we could never tell.
Last but not least, as we always say,
For Mr. Phillippe has been with us many a day
To him may life's choice blessings fall.
Again we bid a goodbye to you all.
The Seniors say farewell and good luck
To succeed you'll have to stick to it with pluck.
Remember our class, the Purple, and White,
And we promise remembrance both morning and night.
E. E. '22,
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,CAN You PICTURE?
Mr. McCammon bald headed.
Edna Graham not whispering.
Thelma Whaley quiet.
Pauline Yung pale.
Mr. Marion Bedwell not studying
Avon Libke with mussed hair.
Ralph Miller not a violinist.
Mr. Phillippe not busy.
Gladys Mitchell without curls.
Wanda Yung not worrying.
Sylvia Hunter in a hurry.
Dorothy Graham not serious.
Miss Ingle not clumsy.
Melvin Dudley an orator.
Myron Abram with black hair.
Covart Walters noisy.
Mr. Jesse Bedwell not Witty.
Ruby Keene talking loud.
George Luxton not tardy.
Harry Aikman with a girl.
Emory Page acting grown up.
Miss Harris not jolly.
Hazel Exline six feet tall.
Elsie Edwards not arguing.
Paul Scott stupid.
Maurice Ferguson not funny.
Cora Exline not quiet.
Clara Hammock without Jack
Flo Schofield being heard.
Russell Wyatt married.
Miss Adamson without "Happy
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A public sale to be held!
Anytime ! Anyday! Anywhere!
A collection of rare and valuable articles offered for sale by the
Senior class of 1922
articles will be knocked down to the highest bidder
The robe of the class president heavily embroidered with good lnten
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tion, stitched with efficiency and worn with distinction by Mr. Avon
Libke. Come on, class of '23, These are wonderful bargains!
Each a gem in itself!
A switch of long brown hair cut from the head of Miss Sylvia Hunter.
The bad luck and misfortune of Mr. Myron Abram. Qlf there are
no bids for these they will be given away.J
A unique collection of hair brushes, mirrors, and powder puffs, cher-
ished treasures of Mr. Emory Page.
The tact and talent of Mr. Russell Wyatt in raising money. Juniors,
this is a wonderful item!
A collection of pens, pencils, and erasers which have been borrowed
from Miss Hazel Exline.
The red earrings cherished and worn constantly by Miss Wanda Yung.
A box of Miss Thelma Whaley's discarded bows fbeauxl. A few
green but most all blue.
Miss Dorothy Graham oHers her successful playing as center on the
basket-ball team. QE. Teasley take notice.J
Miss Ruby Keene offers to any Junior her ability to get commercial
The humor and wit of Mr. Covart Walters! This is a good articleg
he that gets this is lucky.
The curls of Miss Gladys Mitchell fa rare and unique offerj .
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Miss Flo Schofield offers and regrets to part with her place as high
This is your last chance to get these articles at prices that have been
made most attractive and reasonable because of our splendid financial
Mr. Maurice Ferguson offers his place as yell leader to the one who
has as big a mouth as his.
The ability of Miss Clara Hammock as a seamstress has been kindly
donated for the sale.
A brand new civics text is offered by Mr. Harry Aikman, he has no
further need of it now.
Miss Cora Exline offers her quietness. CVera Mae Benefield, don't
miss such a splendid opportunity.J
One of the best things offered is the over-alndance of "pep" for-
merly owned by Miss Edna Graham.
Books- Books-l rare old volumes and popular new ones.
Song hits also.
A collection of poems entitled "The Smart Six," by Miss Pauline
"How to Acquire a Good Complexion," by Mr. George Luxton fNatu-
ral colored frontispiece and bound in chamoisl .
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How to Become a Public Speaker," written by Mr. Melvin Dudley.
"English As It Ain't" fthis song has been affectionately dedicated
to Miss K. E. Harrisj words by Mr. Paul Scott and music by Mr. Ralph
These Wonderful bargains will be regretfully parted with by the class
of '22. One book, however, has been withdrawn from the sale-nothing
can buy it. It is called "Our Love For Dugger High School."
Auctioneer-Elsie Edwards. '
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THE JUNIOR CLASS
President ............ ........ D orothy Dugger
Vice President ...e.......,....... ...... V era Mae Benefield
Secretary and Treasurer ..,.... ........,i D oris Leaman
Class Advisor .,......................... .....,,. M iss Harris
We nearly always strive, sir,
To make our class more live, sir.
Pink and White.
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JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY
On September 15, 1919, the old D. H. S. building shook with terror at
the entrance of new students. We were thirty-five strong, although our
ability was not appreciated for some time. A more demure bunch was
never seen. We walked sedately through the halls with eyes cast down
and we were very careful to observe all instructions given.
At the beginning of our second year we lost several of our students.
Since we had less studying to do we turned our attention to social activities
and with the aid of the Juniors we gave two parties. a HalloWe'en party
at the K. of P. hall and a party in honor of the faculty.
The second year several new students entered our class. Now we
are jolly Juniors, each day bringing us nearer to our great ambition-
graduation. We have now enrolled twenty-two students and we hope
to remain together until graduation.
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One night I sat gazing under the dying embers of an open fire. I
was thinking of n'any things but presently a vision of my days at Dugger
High School appeared to me, especially of my Junior year. I began to
wish I could see them. Suddenly a small elf appeared on one of the logs
and as though divining my thoughts, offered to take me on a trip through
the world to see them. I was delighted and a moment later we were start-
ing a winged journey.
We first visited New York City and in one of the most magnificent
homes I beheld a lady fashionably dressed, standing beside an oriental
rug. I recognized her to be no other than Naomi Hembree. Satisfied to
know she had a glorious life before her. I proceeded with my guide to
Here, I went through the court house where a trial was under bead-
way. My attention was arrested by the eloquent speech of the lawyer
whom I recognized to be the distinguished man, Cecil Roeder.
Passing on to Terre Haute I had a glimpse of a very beautiful, yet
sad, looking lady, whom I knew to be Beatrice Hammersly, the light-
hearted flirt of my Junior year. She was dressed in the garb of a Catholic
sister and looked very lonesome and rejected. My heart was touched with
pity, so pathetic did she seem! Drawing my own conclusions, I imagined
that on failing to capture her "Prince Charming" she had given up in
despair, preferring a life of seclusion to one filled with the cold formalities
Passing on to the northern part of Indiana, I saw a beautiful little
bungalow nestling among the green foliage. At the door stood Maxine
Ferguson. Hadden, who had always been a popular little girl, waiting for
Dr. Hadden, Maxine had had a noble career as a nurse in one of the
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hospitals in Indianapolis, but finally consented to devote the rest of her
life to Dr. Hadden.
Presently we arrived at a farm house on the banks of the Eel River
where Mildred McLin, an ideal farmer's wife, was patiently calling the
cows from the pasture.
In the heart of the beautiful city of Jericho, lived Mr. Roy Richmond
with his charming wife, formerly Miss Vera Mae Benefield. They lived
in a large three room house which echoed with the merry laughter of five
healthy freckle-faced children. Across the street was the famous Rich-
mond grocery which provided means for gingham dresses and pantaloons.
I then went to a large ranch in Wyoming and saw no other than the
dignified Elizabeth Teasley ruling her household and also her idolizer and
husband, Ralph Robertson, noted cattle man. Due to the influence his wife
exerted over him, he had developed from a wild reckless youth into a de-
termined and level-headed man.
In a large house in Chicago I witnessed an amusing scene. An exas-
perated lady was vainly propounding the value of a good education to two
inattentive boys. This accomplished governess I knew to be the quiet and
reserved Gertrude Jeffries of my high school days.
Coming on to Dugger I noticed several buildings that were not there
in 1920. One was a rnillinery shop, and glancing inside I saw Sherrill
Deputy twining yards of green ribbon around a hat. What one would
expect of him, isn't it?
I next saw Dorothy Dugger in her home, she had just returned from
a charity call. On the hearth before the fire sat a large Angora cat, her
sole companion, purring softly.
Next I was brought into another court Where the stern gaze of the
judge was fixed upon the principal characters of a divorce case. Mr.
Balford Arthur versus Mrs. Ruth Arthur. Mr. Arthur alleged cruel and
inhuman treatment because Mrs. Ruth refused to sew on buttons and bake
biscuits. This was a hard case for Judge Raymond Wyatt to decide as he
remembered their wonderful days of courtship.
I was now in different surroundings I saw a beautiful orange grove
where Carl Houpt and Leola Jones were picking oranges. They had been
married quite a while.
Upon visiting Tampa, Florida, I found Eulala Burge established in
a beauty parlor. She was helping others with their curling problems, which
she had so much trouble with in her high school days.
We proceeded upon an ocean trip and landed in India. Here I saw
Clyde Parker and his loving wife, Doris Leaman. They were acting as
missionaries to the heathen.
We arrived at Sullivan where Mabel Exline, an old maid, was still
trying to get rid of suitor Guy Pirtle, and was carrying on the duties as
president of an old maid society.
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THE SOPHOMORE CLASS
President .,,... ....,.,.. B asil Ringo
Advisor ,,.., ....,.. M iss Adamson
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
In 1920 we started on our journey through high school. We organized
the class in 1921 and gave a party in honor of the faculty at the end of the
year. When school started September 12, 1921, there were more students
enrolled as several came from Cass. We gave some parties. After we came
to the new building the girls and boys organized basketball teams. We
now have forty-two in the class and hope it grows very much in the next
SOPHOMORE CLASS PROPHECY
I had been working hard all day, placing rugs and draperies in the
home of the famous singer, Ruth Ringer, and was sitting in an easy chair
in my oriental shop on Michigan Avenue, in Chicago.
The hum of the traffic lulled me into slumber and I awoke with a
start to find a figure by the side of my chair. I, thinking he was a. possible
customer motioned for him to be seated, but he shook his head and I saw
that he held in his hand an oriental rug, which unfolded before my eyes.
I saw that it was wonderful and asked him his name and the value of
'Tm Ali Babi and this is the wishing rug. Gather it about you, wish
to be in a certain place and you will be immediately transported there."
What a chance for me! All day memories of the Sophomore class
had filled my mind. Of course I had met Virgil Rutledge, who was a
famous minister in Caledonia, and Geneva Walters and Norma Pigg who
were at the head of the charity work in that city. I had also met Damon
Anderson who had charge of the iron mills at Gary, Indiana, and Mary
Schaad who operated an airplane from Dugger to Sullivan.
Obedient to Ali Babi's instructions I stepped into the rug and wished
to be in Detroit. I landed here and, folding my rug under my arm, walked
up the busiest street. Sky-scrapers loomed up before me and I read these
names on their fronts:
"Dacia Pigg, Dental Specialist."
"Ralph Walters Sz Co., flncluding Herbert Hawtinl Lawyers."
"Harold Sheffler, M. D." and "Mme. Ormandy and Alsman, Gowns,
Cloaks and Suits."
From there I went to the famous Ford factory of which Earl Wilson
was the manager. It was luncheon time and he invited me out to his
home. To my surprise an old friend met me at the door, Layde Earle
Then I went to Minneapolis where a large flouring mill attracted my
notice and I read the electric sign, "Wilfred Nusbaun Kr Sons." I only
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stopped for a short chat with them then said Lone Star Ranch to my rug,
and found myself shaking hands with Alice Birch and Ester Wise, ranch
owners and millionaires.
From there I went to .Denver and saw the widely known sanitarium
where Dr. Nolin Pigg was in charge. On the finest bank of that city I
saw "Basil Ringo, President."
Wishing to see the well known Alexander and Wheeler Studio, I went to
San Francisco. When I arrived, Edna was busy directing a production
starring Madge Hurst, the beauty of the day, and Kenneth Gray, matinee
idol of a thousand girls. Attis Pitcher was writing a new scenario, she
had obtained the material and inspiration back in Dugger. Mary was at-
tending a meeting for inventors so I didn't get to see her.
Texas was my next goal. I found Austin Ballard as president of the
Standard Oil Company. He told me that Frances Sparks and Opal Blakely
had made fortunes in oil and were touring Europe.
In Florida I met Miss Adamson, our former English teacher and her
husband a retired movie actor formerly known as "Happy." Jennie
Headley and Eloise Hutchison were spending the week end with them.
When Iglanced at a funny cartoon which had attracted my notice on the
back of a large newspaper, the initials in the corner seemed familiar, for
they were "C. G. Neal." Looking farther through the paper, I read a
humorous story written by Lester Fields. These two were the main editors
of the paper. ,
From there home I flew up the coast to New York. A steamer was
just landing its passengers. Among them were, Mildred Loveall, a re-
turned missionary, and Edna Pigg, president of the International Sunday
Schools. Margaret Yung, a police woman of New York, was at the pier
keeping order in the crowd.
Wishing for home I found myself again in my shop. Some one whose
voice I knew well was saying:
"Wake up, is this the way you treat an old friend and customer?
What a pleasant dream you must have had for your face is all smiles."
"Are you the wishing rug man ?" I asked. He looked at me a moment
and then laughed.
"No, I am just Floyd McAttee, formerly of Dugger, Ind., U. S. A."
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THE FRESHMAN CLASS
President ..... ....... M ary C. Deputy
Advisor ,,,,, ,............ ,....,, J esse Bedwell
Green but growing.
Purple and Gold.
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FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY
lt was in September and a beautiful morning for the fall of the year,
when we entered the school building at Dugger.
We were early, and, we wandered around in the halls and peered into
the rooms in order to get acquainted with our surroundings. AS we
walked idly to and fro, we were suddenly stricken with alarm at the little
bell which joyfully rang, inviting the stuednts to go to their rooms, because
we did not know into which rooms to go.
After inquiring, we went into the room assigned us and took up a
group of studies entirely unknown in our former curriculum.
We passed from room to room in order of our classes and when we
arrived in the assembly we were so confused that we had no idea which
room to go into first. Day by day the subjects became more interesting,
and everybody made friends with everybody else. Finally the school days
became monotonous and all seemed totflose interest in their Work when
lo! one morning we were greeted by the happy face of Miss Ingle who
taught music and then there was more interest. Now everybody is inter-
ested in the welfare of the school. Music is a great help to "overworked"
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FRESHMAN CLASS PROPHECY
The Freshmen are just starting a new life. By the time they have
completed four years they will be an entirely different bunch.
Johnny Birch, for instance, will be a fruit boxer in California. Maybe
he will not need boxing gloves.
Harold Houpt will be an aqueduct builder in the Canadian Mts.
Marcus Campbell will be a lawyer in the Supreme Court of Cass
Township. He never tells stories away from home.
Clarence Phillips will be a champion "figure eight" skater on Lake
Mary Corrine Deputy will make her future home on Broadway.
Dress-making? No, designing.
Frances Baililf will be a telephone operator in a Western hotel on
the Atlantic coast.
Lloyd Lucille Exline will be a mail clerk in Sears, Roebuck Sz Co.
She will receive all the letters of the alphabet.
Rosetta Bedwell is planning to be an aviatrix for Rip Van Winkle
Mary Exline will be a basket-ball leader. She will have 'em all beat.
Lillian Hiendlmayr will be a historian for Dugger, where she will
file all the records of the Victrola. '
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Virginia Grandame will be a professor of modern languages in a
military academy on a good salary.
Mildred Faulk is planning to own a schooner in which she expects
to fish for salmon in Salt Lake City.
Helen Hammock will go abroad to study Latin in Greece-slick work!
Johnny Schedlbower will own a restaurant and soft drink parlor,
where he will be a champion Wrestler.
Norval Pope will be an orchestra leaderg there he can sing bass.
Clarence Reynolds is going to be a lemon squeezer in an orange-ade
factory. Beware of old maids, Clarence!
Charlotte Butler will own a beauty parlor Where she will delight in
assisting a hairdresser.
Nancy Cobb protests that she will be an actress of real life.
Leonard Howell will be a Texas ranger and will erect stores for a
Mallie Ashburn will be a chief clerk for Santa Claus' mail order depart-
Anna Bess Graham will be employed in a soda factory where she
will sort soda and alkali.
Eva Edwards decided to take a profession similar to that of sorting
railroad ties Qnecktiesl.
Nev Llewellyn will probably be a drummer in the next world war.
He will be beating it fthe druml some day.
Viola McCammon will be old and gray some day-if she lives to see a
white Christmas. QWhite hair.J
Mary Margaret Nitterhouse will be a toe dancer at the Orpheum in
Dorothy Neal will make switches for a living. She will use many
of them in her own school room.
William Nattrass will be a prize fighter. He certainly has the muscle!
Fanny Ormandy is going to own the largest loom in a rug factory.
She will weave linen fabric for the cotton mills.
Dolan Pigg is going to own a large "Saxon Twelve" airplane in which
he will ride through the clouds.
Harry Pirtle will spend most of his days in court 3 not divorce cases
Ethel Robinson will be head librarian in the beautiful Dugger Library.
Lucille Rogers will marry a rich miner and live happily in Cass.
Clovis Wright will be a politician and stump speaker.
Hazel Davis will own and manage a strawberry farm in Missouri.
Where she will live happily in single blessedness.
Johnny Wright will be the editor of the Dugger Daily Times.
Vera Daniels will be an old maid bookkeeper in the Boston Dry
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Austin Hathaway is specializing in "millionairism." When he gets
rich he will make us all a visit.
Howard Livingston will be a trombone player in a galvanized band.
Anna Headley will be the proud owner of a millinery shop, the first
Thelma Davidson will be a street car conductress in Panama.
As for myself, Bertha Blakely, I cannot read my own history, so I
will wait until I can gaze into a mirror without breaking quicksnver.
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THE ART EXHIBIT
The Elson Art Company sent a number of the old masterpieces of
art to the school to be exhibited on February 23, 1922. Many of the pic-
tures were from the best known artists of the world and were very pleas-
ing to the majority of the people.
The gymnasium was covered from the balcony to the floor with pic-
tures. The above is a picture of the "gym" during the exhibit.
The exhibit started at two o'clock in the afternoon and lasted until
nine o'clock that evening. All of the grades came down to see the pfctures.
This is the first art exhibit given by the schools for a number 01 years.
This is a very good way to gain a knowledge of art and therefore we 'hope
that it will be continued.
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Vocational education is the most practical education that any girl or
boy can obtain. All of the states in the United States realized this fact
in February 1917 when they passed the Smith-Hughes Act which provides
a scheme for co-operation between the federal government and the states
to promote Vocational education in Agriculture, Trade, Home Economics
The phase of this education with which I deal is Home Economics. In
the last month We have gathered enough equipment to begin Work. Very
much can be done along this line in the future because every student is
vitally interested and every thing seems to be provided for carrying on
I think Home Economics should be employed in the grades more than
is being done. A large percent of our girls leave school before they reach
high school and they need it more because they soon marry and rear large
families. Therefore, I think it an essential study for correct living.
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In this subject the students are given a course in mechanical drawing
and woodwork. These combined, go to give the boy a knowledge of the
value of well built structures and different kinds of wood used for build-
The class this year has been greatly hindered on account of equipment
and the failure to obtain a sufficient supply of good lumber. Now the
manual training equipment is such that the student is able to make various
articles. This year they have made key racks, sleeve boards, game DO3f1'dS,
neck-tie racks, towel rollers, spool holders, broom racks and tabourettes.
More work will be accomplished by the classes to come. We hope the
parents will begin to realize the value of vocational training and strive to
give the students more vocational facilities.
HIGH SCHOOL ASSEMBLY
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FRESHMAN CLASS PUEM
In nineteen hundred twenty-one
My Freshman year had just begun.
In the fall of the year, September, I'll say,
. The first year students went their first day,
Facing the trials one encounters in life,
Trying to smile through struggle and strife,
Books and teachers worried them so,
Because neither teachers nor books did they know.
But after a few days of endless torment,
The Freshmen at last were fairly content
As long as the "Softies" kept away-
For they always teased them, day after day
Of being so "green" of high school ways.
But they should remember their former school days
How they were bothered by second year "chums."
I guess it wasn't all peaches and plums
To them. It wasn't to us, I'l1 admit!
But you can't scare a "freshie," just try it!
Let's talk about Freshmen, let Sophomores go.
They caused enough talk last year, that we all know.
Well in our English, some did fairly well
Of course some did better, and some even fell.
In History, I think every tone did his best,
But every one quivered while taking a test.
In Algebra, one needs mathematical skill,
Some problems were easy, some quite up hill.
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Next, comes Latin, a hard subject to learn,
It pays, after all, as it really concerns
The every day life of a business career,
For there's Latin in most every word that you hear.
And Music, sometimes is all one desires,
Especially when sitting around the grates fires.
Thanks to Miss Ingle for teaching us this,
Also to Miss Adamson and Miss Harris,
Our English and Latin guides for our first year
Their names and their teachings shall to me be dear.
And Mr. McCammon and Phillippe, too,
Oh, yes, Mr. Bedwell I mustn't leave you,
Because our History, an essential thing,
Is just as important as learning to sing.
The only thought absent is something that's new,
And it can't be thought of so I bid you adieu.
MY VISIT T0 THE FRESHMANAGERIE
One day I took a pleasure trip
To Virginia's Blue Ridge Mounts.
I visited a menagerie
Of that this verse accounts.
I paid my entry at the door
To a beautiful Grand Dame
Accompanied by a Butler,
I entered the hall of fame.
He called it Dugger High School
And led me right along.
Until my thoughts were awakened
By a loud triumphant song.
"The Campbells are coming, oho! oho!
The chorus loudly rang
Departing from the Well-known path
I found 'twas birds that sang.
The songsters were all hidden so
I couldn't see a one.
And presently I thought I heard
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I looked to the east, and then to the west,
And high upon a perch
I recognized a Robin Bird
Upon a beautiful Birch.
The golden sun was setting
And I began to turn
And watch the shadows Hitting
And see the Ashburn.
The frogs were croaking in the pool
That rippled in the glow.
I love to watch the movements
Of the poor fish far below.
Around the pool were Violets
Whose purple tinted hue
Gave forth a radiant splcndnr
A picture old, made new.
How well they blend at eventide
With other flowers about
Especially I noticed those odd Piggs
Digging with their snouts.
The old "Foulk" should have been there
Nancy, Ormandy or John
Or Harry or Nev or Willie
To watch that downy swan.
They say a menagerie's a very fine place
I guess they say it Wright
The sun brightens it in the daytime
And electric lights shine at night.
I found the Butler's real name
To be Johnnie Appleseed.
He seemed to be educated
For his teacher was Viola Reed.
Speaking of education
Monkeys' have plenty of that!
They always give a fair sermon
And never neglect passing hats.
The Butler told me the History
Of each monkey, and Howold
Each seemed to be. There was
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Lillian, Frances B. and Harold
Passing on from that cage.
We left the chatter and squeal
To amuse ourselves in watching
The clumsy camel Neal.
A lovely maiden, sitting near
Was knitting, still as a mouse.
She knit so very swiftly, that
I thought she could Nitterhouse
This was the end of my trance
And I very tired had grown
Being love-sick, like all who Mary,
I would like to have called her my own.
But hark! I hear a faint Russell
I trembled clear to my toes.
The Deputy lay in a Hammock
Making a meal on Clovis
I hope no one gets offended
At my little "singsongy" piece
But now my poem is ended
And the Freshmenagerie ceased.
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SENIOR CLA SS POEM
We have spent four years of high school 25
With trials that are untold,
But greater our joys and pleasures
Beneath the Jet Black and Old Gold.
Have you always praised your high school?
And called her a dear beloved spot,
For 'tis always best to be loyal,
No matter how hard be your lot.
If you have never done this justice
And your colors you never uphold,
Start anew, for 'tis time to give honor
To the Jet Black and Old Gold.
But alas, We will never forget you,
The pride of our hearts so dear.
The Black and Old Gold is our standard,
Stick to that and you need never fear.
For we love to see our banner
Floating peacefully in the sky,
And a group of loyal students
Cheering it as they pass by.
It has led us through many a struggle,
But thanks to this banner so bold,
For We always see the bright side
VVhen we stand by the Black and Old Gold.
We leave the old high school and teachers
With sadness, because we are through
We cannot show how we are grateful,
But these days we will never rue.
A BIG MISTAKE
Scene I-At the intersection of Washington and Meridian Streets, South
Characters :-Pat O'Mallory, a traffic policeman.
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Pasquale Silvestro, an Italian. '
Silvestro-Signor, good day.
O'Ma11ory-Hello there, what do you want?
Silvestro-Please Signor, you giva me some what you call, ah, information?
0tMa1lory-I'l1 do my best. What is it you wish to know? Please De quick.
Silvestro-Si, Signor, you tella me where I fin' deesa-deesa I forget da
.1 name, but eesa longa white strippa da paper.
O'Ma1lory-What kind of paper? I don't understand what you want.
Silvestro-Eeesa longa strip of da paper, what you giva to your Rosa.
What you call?
O'Mallory-Impatiently. You'l1 have to be quicker. I'm very busy and
can not be bothered.
Silvestro-Si, Signor, I understand. I musta be queeck you say? Cfhinks
a few minutes then exclaims joyfullyj I gotta eet. Eet is wnat you
O'Ma1lory-Sure, I know what you Want. Is it for the dog you have there?
Silvestro--fEagerlyJ Si, Signor, queeck where ees eet?
O'Mallory-You understand that this street running north and south is
Washington? Go north on Washington two blocks. On the right
side of the street is a brick building called the Kahn. Enter the
building and take the elevator to the fifth floor. The office as number
Silvestro--Si, Signor, thanka you so mucha. Good day.
Scene II-Same as Scene 1.
Silvestro walks up close to O'Mallory who is busy and does not see
Silvestro-QAngrilyJ Signor, how did you dare? I tella you a while ago,
I wanta information to getta marriage license for my Rosa. You
tella me where to go. I go and ask for license. They giva me license
and calla my Rosa a dog. Here eesa license for one year. This paper
say, Mr. Pasquale Silvestro gotta license for dog' Rosa, for one year.
Eeesa biga mistake.
0'Ma1lory-Now see here, you told me you wanted the license for your dog.
Why didn't you tell me it was a marriage license you Wanted?
Silvestro-Sir, Signor, I did. My Rosa will marry me today. I must
getta the license queeck.
O'Mal1ory-Do you' know where the courthouse is?
O'Mallory-Go to the courthouse, take the elevator to the third floor. Get
off and go to office ten, call for Mr. James and then tell him what
Silvestro-Si, Signor, thanka you so mucha.
0'Mallory-CLaughinglyJ Sure, I wish you luck. fSoftly to himself! Poor
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THE BOTANY HIKE
QWith apologies to Whittierj
The sun that breezy March day
Rose drearily over fields of grayg
And Mr. McCammon said wesd hike
And we started en route by the old turn pike.
To gather specimens of flowers gay,
But the specimen of love was the brightest we'l1 say.
The road was muddy and it was deep
But Maurice didn't let Bea get muddy feet.
The ditches were wide in sooth
And Balford guided his little Ruth.
Jennie showed all her flowers to Guy
And didn't let any pass by
Without his advice. And lv era Mae in jealousy keen
Saw all the iiowers that Guy had seen.
Doris who left her sweetheart behind
Had no inspiration flowers to find
Without him. And Sherrill followed Dorothy wherever she went
But with Botany on her mind she was flower picking bent.
Maxine and Mildred walked with all their might
But they were both tired when they got home that night.
Eulala walked continually on her toes
Afraid she'd get runners in her silk hose.
Raymond and Ralph performed a great feat
Seem eligible to go to our track meet.
Carl and Roy and Virgil were quite at home
For in the fields they always roam.
Naomi and Mable were very displeased
For Botany inspiration they were not seized.
With joy. Leola who had a great thirst
Arrived at school among the first.
Mildred and Elizabeth among the last
Walked patiently behind the class.
Mr. McCammon with a rod and staff
Helped all across ditches
To spare a good laugh
Botany students of next year take heed
Don't go into cow pastures full of briers and weed.
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The Dugger High School was veiy fortunate in obtaining such a splen-
did musci supervisor this year. This is the second time there has ever
been a special teacher for this course. Miss Ingle came about the third
week of school. Both the faculty and the students were eager to Welcome
her as one of us, not only because of her music ability but also because
of her pleasing ways. We only hope she will be able to come back next year
to continue the good Work.
Wherever one goes, he hears music. In fact it occupies a vast por-
tion of our lives. Even the birds, the wind, the rustling of leaves, the
sound of Whistles, of bells, of hammers and many other elements are
musical. Life is full of music, and We of Dugger High School strive to do
something with this great subject in order that our school shall always
have a love for that language called, "Music,"
The largest musical group which we have is the chorus class which
includes everyone. We have several high school songs which are sung
often at "pep" meetings. The chorus is Working on several selections
for mixed voices which are to be sung at baccalaureate services.
We also have an orchestra which consists of nineteen students. In
this orchestra are nine violins, three trombones, one baritone horn, two
saxaphones, one B fiat cornet, one clarinet, and trap drums. The pianist
is Ladye Earle Shelton. We have special orchestra books which have a
number of classical and appropriate selections for high school students.
The boys' quartet has suitable books for male voices. Those who sing
in the quartet are Russell Wyatt, Basil Ringo, Maurice Ferguson and
Those in the mixed quartet are Russell Wyatt, Dorothy Dugger, Flo
Schofield and Paul Scott. They do not have books but sing various
We have organized the entire school in to literary societies which
are for the purpose of promoting interest in music, enthusiasm and
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Willingness to appear before a large group of people. At the head of each
society is a captain. The three captains are Mildred McLin, Flo Scho-
iield and Dorothy Dugger. The captains, in turn, prepare a program from
their group to be given on Tuesday mornings. Each side is graded dur-
ing the year on the programs which are given. At the end of school, the
society which has had the best programs during the year, will be enter-
tained by the other two sides.
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Standing fleft to rightj : Ralph Robertson, Ralph Miller, Clyde Parker, Mildred
McLin, Flo Schofield, Ladye Earle Shelton, Elizabeth Teasley, Helen Ham-
mock, Maurice Ferguson, Myron Abram, Austin Ballard.
Seated fleft to rightbz Sherrill Deputy, Jennie Headly, Doris Learnan, Miss
Ingle, Mary C. Deputy, Dorothy Dugger, Maxine Ferguson.
Instructor: Miss Ingle.
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TO OUR JANITORS
MR. MART PHILLIPPE
We, the entire high school, commend and praise our efficient janitor,
Mr. Phillippe. By his untiring efforts, he has kept our new building clean
and inviting, and he has kept our class rooms well heated. He always had
a smile and a pleasant word for all of us, despite our many thoughtless
acts which increased his already heavy burden. Nevertheless We have
appreciated his Work and thank him for all the favors he has shown us.
To Mr. Smith We wish to express our appreciation of his labors in
our behalf. We realize Mr. Smith had many difficulties under which to
work, but during three years he served us faithfully.
We regret that We did many things that caused Mr. Smith work and
Worry, such as scattering bits of paper and carrying in mud, but we hope
he Will remember us only for the good that is in us and continue to serve
us many years. i
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Athletics in high school has played a great part in the past and will
undoubtedly play a greater part in the future. It is an apparent fact that
athletics is a great benefit to a student both in his school life and his later
life. It teaches him to think clearly and quickly, to depend upon himself,
and tohave confidence in himself at the critical moment. Dugger High
School has never taken much interest in athletics in the past but we feel
sure that she will take her place among other schools in the near future.
GIRLS' BASKET BALL
This year for the first time the girls organized a basketball team and
the excellent coaching of Miss Mary Adamson, produced a very strong
team which Won a majority of its games.
Dugger 3 Carlisle 11 Carlisle
Dugger 12 Pleasantville 6 Pleasantville
Dugger 16 Carlisle 10 Dugger
Dugger 17 Pleasantville 10, Dugger
Dugger 10 Linton 14, Dugger
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From left to right.
Elizabeth Teasley ...,.... Center
Vera Mae Benefield ,..... ....... F orward
Dorothy Dugger ...., ...... G uard
Doris Leaman .... .....,, F orward
Maxine Ferguson ...,. ...... G uard
Flo Schofield ...... ..,... G uard
Thelma Whaley .... .........,........ G uard
Dorothy Graham ...... .,.,... C enter, Captain
Edna Graham ...,,. .....,.,...... F orward
Elsie Edwards .,.................................,.......... Forward
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BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1920-1921
Last year, after a lapse of four years during which the athletics of
D. H. S. lay dormant, she emerged from her shell of athletic concealment.
By the aid of Mr. Jones who contributed his services as coach, we put be-
fore the people of this community a hard hitting, straight shooting basket-
ball team. The team was not organized until the latter part of the sea-
son, but after it was well under way it was difficult to stop, although its
ability was somewhat held in check by not having a suitable place in which
to practice or play. Some of the fastest teams in this section were played.
SCHEDULE OF '20-'21
Du gger 4 ...........,..,... vs ................... Linton 17
Dugger 5 ........ ....... v s ................... Pleasantville 40
Dugger 9 ........ ....... v s ......... ....... H ymera 30
Dugger 17 ........ ....... v s ......... ....... H ymera 8
Dugger 8 ........ ....... v s ......... ....... P axton 26
Dugger 12 ........ ....... v s ......... ....... P axton 10
BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1921-1922
This year's team which was practically the same as last year's, al-
though still handicapped by not having a suitable place to practice in, was
molded into a strong team by the efforts of Mr. Phillippe. It began to
show better form after it practiced in the new gymnasium and was hit-
ting its stride at the close of the season. The team will lose only two of
its players this year but these vacancies will be easily filled next year.
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SCHEDULE OF 1921-1922
16 ,,....... .....,...,...... V s ............................. Freedom
16 .,.,.,... ......... V s ...,.,... ....,.. C arlisle
8 ,.,..1.,, ...,...... V s ......... .. .... Pleasantville
29 .....,... ,..,..... V s ......... ....... M idland
14 ...,..... ....,..., V s ..,...... ....... L inton
13 ..,,,,,., .......,. V s .11...... ....,. A .NewLebanon
29 .,....... ..,...,.. V s ......... ....... A lumni
20 ........, ,.,...... V s ......... .....,. C arlisle
8 ...,..... .......,. V s ......... ....... P leasantville
10 ......... ......... V s ......... ....... S Witz City
10 .......,. ......... V s ......... ....... L inton
8 ......... ......... V s ...,..... ....... M idland
15 ......... ......... V s .,....... ....... P axton
22 ....,.... ......... V s ....... ...... N eVVLebanon
19 ......,...,................. Vs ...... ..,.... F reedom
36 .....,...................... Vs ...... ....... P axton
28 Ctournamentj Vs ....... ........, D ecker
6 ftournamentb Vs ....... .,....... V incennes
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BOYS ON GYMN.
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Guy Pirtle, "Sis," made a fine
showing this year. He had a good
eye for the basket and played a "rip-
ping" offensive game.
Damon Anderson, "Swede,"
captain, played a fine game as
forward and hit the basket in
style. He has two more years
ought to make an all star.
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Myron Abram. "Mossie," played
guard and forward but did not play
the latter part of the season because
of a broken arm. He played a fast
game at forward and tickled the dra-
peries consistently. His guarding
made larger men look small. "lVlossie',
is a Senior.
Avon Libke. "Uck," played guard
and forward and made a very good
showing. He hit the iron ring con-
sistently during the latter part of the
year. "Uck" is a senior he will be a
loss to the team next year as he was
in every game.
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Kenneth Gray. "Slim," our center,
got the tipoff With ease and his height
and long arms made him a valuable
man on defense.
Russell Nitterhouse. "Nit," was at
home under the basket. Whenever
they got around him for a close shot
they had to get up and step. "Nit"
has two more years.
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Ralph Robertson. fCaptain eleet.J
Although "Robby" did not play regu-
larly this season, he did splendidly
what games he did play. 1-Ie is a
good captain and Will make them all
step next year.
Clyde Parker. "Piggy,,' had a good
eye for the basket but after the first
few games because of tough luck, he
did not play regularly.
Balford Arthur. "Bal," did not
play the whole season, but when he
did play he was always mere and
Fred Dugger. "Peck," our mascot,
was an ardent fan and was always
"a-rarin" to go any place with the
team. In fact, "Peck" could throw
more goals than some of the team.
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Our lady yell leader added pep to
the gang by co-operating with
With his efficient leadership in the
cheering he aroused the enthusiasm
of the fans at every game.
TO OUR READERS
Having thus far looked through the "Hoosier,"
which represents our first effort in the publication
of an Annual, we are sure you have seen things of
interest on every page and have been careful not
to miss any thing, we now ask you, not as a matter
or form but simply as an honest request, that you
look through the following advertisements and
read the message that is there for you. The houses
whose advertisements appear herein have loyally
supported us and given us a financial basis upon
which to work. Now when you go to make your
purchases we ask you to remember the men who
have so loyally supported us, and give them your
patronage in returng for we are indebted to them.
The most humorous part of our Annual is yet
awaiting you for with the advertisements we have
printed our jokes which are distributed through-
out this department.
Again we ask, read the Mads."
TO OUR ADVERTISERS
The management of the Hoosier wishes to extend to the following b-usiness
houses our thanks and appreciation for the unanimous
support they have given us.
Anderson 8: Co.
R. E. Price
Dodd 8: Schofield
Duger State Bank
Citizen's Bank 8: Trust Co.
Mason's Drug Store
Sims Sz Co. DEPARTMENT VARIETY
Caljhifwliplie Cash and Carry H. S. Bonham
wfub.eSm?E'.f ey 32.5 f3."'6'3f"S ggigg5xg1ggg?TS
The Why ICa2EeIiyECTIONERY BAKERY
BARBERS C. Hlendlmayr
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Guy Woods Ggflkes THEATRES
UNDERTAKER A Cozy .
M. J. Aiken 8 Son - HOTEL Ofphellm
LUMBER Grand Hotel DRY GOODS
New Union Lumber Co. COAL COMPANIES W- C- C00k
Sunflower Coal Co. BILLIARDS
Hoosier Gardens Iliuzipigitd cgmll 20' Ingram 81 BYNI
Rosary Flower Shop e lr og 'o'
Home Building .Loan
W. C. Meredith
E. E. Bledsoe
E. G. Patterson
D. E. Crawford TAILORS, , f3RINTI1YrQb
DECORATOR Model Tailor Shop uggel' n une
Roy J. Taylor OPTICAL EHQQEQQFEQEFER
CHIROPRACTOR 0' Bredweg Ve y
W' H' Scholl BOTTLING C033 Sullivan Steam Laundry
FURNITURE Lemo Cola Bottle Co.
W tt, Chero Cola Bottle Co- AUTOMOBILE
ya S LA ER Buick sales Co.
REAL ESTATE WY HARDWARE
parker Graves Chas. H. Heaton R. R' Davis
ICE CREAM FEED A ELACKSMITH
Sullivan Ice Cream Co
L. S. Heath 81 Sons.
Jones 8z Son.
Dugger Feed Store
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BOYS AND GIRLS
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A ROYAL
ROAD TO SUCCESS,
A SHORT CUT TO YOUR HEART'S DESIRE?? ? ??
DO you depend upon GOOD LUCK to gain for you
an education, or great achievement in the school room?
Nothing Worth While in life can be attained With-
out honest effort and persistency. Remember this when
the school days are over, and you have entered the
Business is a science. Men Who study it as a sci-
ence, succeed. Men who trifle with it fail. SUCCESS
IS NOT LUCK, BUT LOGIC. One of the first prin-
ciples of success is thrift, economy and the HABIT OF
Andrew Carnegie said, "THE MAN WHO DOES
NOT SAVE DOES NOTHING ELSE WORTH
WHILE." Mr.. Carnegie ought to know.
Hundreds of young men and women have started
on the road to success through the friendly co-opera-
tion and advice of this strong institution.
A Dollar Will Open a Savings Account
DON 'T DELAY START TODAY
DUGGER STATE BANK
"The House of Safety"
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Just grin when you come in
And make it wide, not tight and thin,
Say hello Bill and howdy Jack
And slap 'tother fellow on the back,
Stick out your mit and crack a joke .
If no one laughs, no bones are broke
And soon your school mates will be after
The same happiness, sunshine and laughter
That will radiate good cheer and wing
Because you grin when you come in.
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Mr. Phillippe: "Tell of Irving's parents."
Ralph: "Well, his father was a Scotchman and his mother was an
Mr. Phillippe: "Don't try to pull a joke in this class for no one pays
enough attention to catch it."
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Teacher: "What three words are used most in the English language ?"
Sylvia : "I' don't know."
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Wanda CReading wrong sentencel: "It is sometimes difficult to be
Miss Harris: "It is sometimes difficult to be awake."
Wanda QReading next sentenceb : "What you say is not definite
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Mr. Phillippe: "Did you read the lesson today, George?"
George: "I read over it."
Mr. Phillippe: "How high over it?"
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It has always been a question to the Juniors as to whether Milton
ever found the Par-i-dise he lost.
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Miss Adamson: "What is a seminary?"
Glenn: "A grave yard."
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Teacher: "What is the shortest poem on the antiquity of bugs?"
Balford: "Adam Hadamf'
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He stood on the bridge at midnight
Disturbing my sweet repose,
For he was a fat mosquito
And the bridge was the bridge of my nose.
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Selecting correct home furnishing is an art. The
importance of this subject has not been given the prom-
inence that it should. It is only in the past few years
that home furnishings, decorations, including furni-
ture, rugs, and draperies has been given real honest
The designing, manufacturing and care in the se-
lection of furniture is being given more thought to-
wards the idea of adding comfort and beauty to "the
home." I U
The entrance of the home is the first index to the
characteristics of the people who live there.
We will be glad to give our services to you to help
make your selection.
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SHORT ORDERS AT ALL HOURS
ICE CREAM SOFT DRINKS . CONFECTIONS
STUDENTS-Make Our Place Your Headquarters
LEX AND MOLLIE
Elsie walked in to Physical Geography class room, stern and dignified,
the reason being a stiff neck. She started to sit down, but the clever Edna
jerked the chair from under her. Great was the fall thereof.
Elsie to Hank: "Gosh darn it. Who done that? Tee Hee!"
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Several of our foremost students spent Saturday, March 25, in Sul-
livan writing on teachers' examination, Mr. Paul Scott being one of the
number, and everyone thinks that he will make a life time license because
of the fact he thought two manuscripts would scarcely be sufficient to hold
his store of knowledge.
ENLARGING AND FRAMING OF ALL KINDS
STEWARTS ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP
SHOE FINDINGS OF ALL KINDS
SERVICE I QUALITY
Son: "Mother, I just took a splinter out of my hand with a pin."
Mother: "Don't you know that's dangerous ?"
Son: "Oh, no, mother, I used a safety pin."
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Beatrice: "I am going to be an electrician
Beatrice: "Because I shock everyone."
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There is a boy in' old D. H. S. that a double barrel shot gun would
make him a pair of overalls. C
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All Sizes at Reasonable Prices
RED BIRD COAL COMPANY
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BE SURE IT IS THAT Goon
ROBINSON ICE CREAM
L. S. HEATH 8: SONS
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IF IT'S MUSICAL WE HAVE IT
PIANOS PLAYERS TALKING MACHINES
MUSIC, RECORDS AND ROLLS
ONE PRICE, AND LIBERAL TERMS TO ALL
IT WILL PAY YOU TO GET OUR PRICES
AND TERMS BEFORE BUYING
COLUMBIA MUSIC STORE
"Everything in Music"
LIN TON JASON VILLE DUGGER
CITIZENS MERCANTILE COMPANY
Mr. Russell Wyatt,
Business Manager, High School Annual,
5!l,fi'Y 'YI iv ll I' QF Y! 'LT'1Y"IQ 'Jil
My Dear Russell:
You may simply mark my space in the "Annual"
with the following inscription:
"Dedicated to a bigger, better, High School."
By, Roy E. Price.
I haven't time or inclination to try to sell some-
thing through this space now. While I try at all times
to merit the confidence and trade of the Community at
my store, I am not as much interested just at this time,
in selling some merchandise, as I am in helping you
young people boost Dugger High School.
Sincerely yours, for the school,
ROY E. PRICE.
NOTE: We have printed Mr. Price's letter in full as we feel it
gives his thought more fully than the simple heading alone
could.-Russell Wyatt, Business Mgr., D. H. S. Annual.
IL S BONHAM
DUGGEES LEADING VARIETY STORE
The Most Complete Line of High Class
GROCERIES QUEENSWARE NOTIONS
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COMPLIMEN TS OF
R. F. SCHERER, Manager
PSALM OF SHEARED MAN.
The barber is my enemy,
He will not want.
He soaketh me hard.
He leadeth me into his barber shop.
He telleth me of my many needs,
For the sake of his pocket book.
He prepareth a bath for me
With vitrolized water and chargeth me thirty-five cents.
Yea then he runneth the shears around my head which cost me sixty-
He shampooeth my head with cocoanut oil, I fear no evil
But his price seventy-five cents surely discomforts me.
He shaveth my head with no ease.
His charge runneth over,
Surely to goodness, if I pay two dollars and ten cents for shave, hair
cut and bath, I will dwell in the house of the poor man forever.
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Mother: "Have you made up your mind to stay in tonite?"
Pauline: "No, mother, I have made up my face to go out."
CASH AND CARRY
CASH SAVES YOUSS55 WHY TARRY?
E. 0. CHOWNING, Proprietor i
CFormerly Chowning and Dickeyl
Mildred McLin was very nervous the day the state inspector and other
members of the inspection board visited the Junior English class, she
arose and in a confused way said one of Cowper's Works Was, "On Recipe
of My Mother's Death," meaning "Receipt of My Mother'S Picture."
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Avon: "Wanda has a blot of paint on her nose, shall We tell her
Damon: "Better not. Might be the latest style."
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Mr. McCammon: "What is steam?"
Leola Jones: "It is water gone crazy."
CHARLES H. HEATON
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BANK AND TRUST COMPANY
CAPITAL STOCK .......... 330,000.00
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Home owned C30 stockholdersj most of them
residing in Cass Township. Fire and burglar
proof vault, and our currency safe is of the
"NEW MOSLER-CORLISS SCREW DOOR
TYPE." We have reserved one side of our
vault for safety deposit boxes for the conven-
ience and protection of our friends and citi-
zens of our community. You cannot afford to
take the risk from fire and theft on your valu-
able papers when we offer you such good pro-
START YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT NOW
WITH COMPOUND INTEREST FOR
YOUR HIGHER EDUCATION
YOURS F OR SERVICE PLUS
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EVERYTHING IN FLOWERS
ROSE S-PE ONIES-SHRUBS
Miss Harris: "In what part of the Bible is it taught that a man should
have only one Wife '?"
Ralph: "I guess it's the part that says that no one can serve more
than one master."
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Once in every man's life there comes a time when he Washes his neck
and ears and turns to thoughts of love. So it is with our friend "Hank."
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Mildred L.: "How can I keep my toes from going to sleep '?"
Margaret: "Don't turn them in."
LET US DO YOUR LAUNDRY WORK
FAMILY WASHIN GS A SPECIALTY
WAGON CALLS IN DUGGER EVERY
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
SULLIVAN STEAM LAUNDRY
GEORGE O. MILLER, Proprietor
M. J. AIKEN 81 SON
DUGGER JASON VILLE LINTON
! Elsie: "Say, fellow, you want to buy a ticket to our show, 'Dangerous
Curves Ahead ?' "
Fellow: "No, I can't."
Fellow: "I have to stay at home and take care of my 'infant prodigy'."
Elsie: "Oh, shoot!"
Fellow: "That's one of your 'Dangerous Curves Ahead,' Miss."
Father: "Every time you're bad, I get another grey hair."
Ralph: "You must have been a cracker-jack g look at grandpa's head."
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Estate Heatrola and New Wonder Heaters
A most complete line of carpenter's, builder's,
farmer's, machinist's, and miner's hardware
at all times. Rugs, linoleums, congoleoum, tin-
ware, enamel ware, aluminum ware, screen
wire, doors and fencing.
Relmember Davies has done much to bring
down the price of hardware for the people of
Dugger and vicinity. That our efforts have
been highly appreciated is clearly demonstrat-
ed by our steady increase in business. We
value your patronage and solicit your future
business on our "Live and Let Live" policy.
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DeLaval Separators, Boone Cabinets, Oak Leaf Tires
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GET IT AT
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When can a man buy a cap for his knee?
Or a key to lock up his hair?
Can his eyes be called an academy
Because there are pupils there?
When gems are found in the crown of his nose
Who travels the bridge of his nose?
Can he use, when shingling the roof of his house
The nails on the end of his toes?
Can the crook of his elbow be sent to jail?
If so, what did he do?
How can he sharpen his shoulder blade?
I'll be hanged if I do?
Can he sit in the shade of the palm of his hand
Or beat on the drum of-his ear?
Does the calf of his leg eat the corn of his toe?
If so why don't corn grow on his ear?
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Miss Harris: "What is the meaning of pedes ffeetb ?"
Mildred: "I don't know."
Miss Harris: "You have two of them."
Mildred: "I have two of lots of things."
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS
MUTUAL LOAN AND SAVINGS
WHAT IT IS
A strictly Mutual Association in every detail or-
ganized for the benefit of the Community at large, but
especially for those who use the association either as
investor or borrower.
WHAT WE DO
Furnish an absolutely safe place for the smallest as
Well as the largest investor Where they can, at any time
invest any amount, and receive the full amount of the
earnings of the investment, after paying the expenses
of the management of the association, which is neg-
WHAT WE WANT
Our desire for your business is not greater than
our determination to merit it. As a place for the sys-
tematic saver or for those who desire to save occasion-
ally, our plan stands at the top, and we strive at all
times to render the best service to all.
WALTER C. MERIDITH, Agent
E. E. BLEDSOE
Auto Accessories Oil and Gas
GENERAL AUTO REPAIRING
I respectfully solicit your patronage
and guarantee satisfaction
American and European Steam Heat
Both Phones JAMES E. TAYLOR, Prop.
ANDERSON AND COMPANY
GROCERIES AND MEATS
Both Phones No. 25
YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND THE BEST
CIGARS and TOBACCO
SOFT DRINKS l
POP CORN CANDY
Mildred McLin walked into the primer room at the age of seven. The
teacher asked her if she knew her A, B, C's. Mildred replied: "Heck no,
I'Ve only been here about five minutes."
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Guy: "Do you know there is one thing I like about you, dear?'
Jennie: "What is it?"
Guy: "My arm, dear."
V9 M99 .3
Query: "Why is a Freshman like a piece of flannel ?"
Answer: "He shrinks from washing."
W. H. SCHOLL
PALMER SCHOOL GRADUATE
Hours: 10 to 12 A. M.: 6 to 8 P. M.
Opera House Block LINTON, IND.
Grand Hotel, Dugger, Monday, Wednesday, Thursday
From 2:30 to 4:30 P. M.
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J INKLE JUNK.
You often see a door ajar,
But not a jar adoreg
You often hear a thought expressed
But never sent by freight,
You often see a coal bin "full"
But never see it "tight."
You often see a crooked stick,
But never see it cheat,
You often see a treeless trunk,
But you never see a trunkless tree.
Although these facts may bother
You see they don't worry me.
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Johnny: "Say, Clarence, leave me alone. I'm tough. Why I fell on a
buzz saw the other day and busted it."
Clarence: "Call that tough? Why Pm so tough when I take a bath I
scratch the bath tub." V, Q, 5
George: "I gave my wife a rainbow kiss when I left home this
Raymond: "What's a rainbow kiss?"
George: "One that follows a storm."
Real Estate and Loans Abstracts Looked After
Fire Insurance and Automobile Insurance a Specialty
ROY 1 TAYLOR
Interior Decorating Hardwood Finishing
All Work Guaranteed
You will start a Savings Account. Do not Wait until
you are too old to keep it up, and not be able to realize
Is to encourage every one who wants to get a start in
life and start on the Road to Independence by Saving
Systematically. .Start saving a certain amount each
montlh arid stick to it and then watch your savings grow
SAVE BY HABIT
Your savings with us are loaned out on gilt edge first
mortgages on Dugger real estate, yielding every pos-
sible margin of safety on your investment.
DO NOT FORGET
That this is your association when you start a Savings
Account and that it is operated for your absolute pro-
tection under the supervision of the State Banking De-
plartment and our books are examined regularly by
WE ARE AN ASSOCIATION
Of the People-By the People-For the People
We Pay Eight C8JPer Cent Interest on Savings
HOME BUHIHNG AND LOAN
A. H. Kramer, Secy. E. M. Deputy, Pres.
Elmer Wyatt, Vice President
TAYLOR AND SMITH
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITBD
THE OLD MILL GBOCEBY
CLAUDE TEASLEY, Proprietor
At Dr. E. M. Deputy's Office Every Monday
All Kinds of General Blacksmithing
Wagon and Buggy Repairing a Specialty
HORSE SHOE ING
E A T
SULLIVAN ICE CREAM
THE HEALTHY KIND
SULLIVAN ICE CREAM COMPANY
INGRAM 81 BYRD
We Handle the Best in
TOBACCOS, CIGARETTES, CIGARS, CANDIES
SPEND YOUR LEISURE HOURS WITH US
We Carry a Full Line of
Rice Hutchins Quality Shoes
For the VVh0le Family
FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS
N o One Has the Same Quality for Less Money
D. C. PHILLIPPE
CONSOLIDATED BUYING REDUCES COSTS
THE LARGEST STOCKS IN THESE TOWNS
DUGGER CASS SHIRLEY HILL
W. P. HOPKINS COMPANY
LIN TON WORTHINGTON DANA
THE BEST PLACE TO TRADE AFTER ALL
CONSOLIDATED SELLING REDUCES EXPENSE
THE HOOSIER 105
Mr. Bedwell: "Well, if the queen is Hamlet's mother, what is the
Elsie: "Well, if the queen is his mother, the king must be his father-
III-laW.,' 5 ug 3
The lightning bug is brilliant
But he hasn't any mind.
He blunders thro' existence
With his head light on behind.
Last night I rose, in a sweet repose,
ji Put on my clothes, down the street I goes,
-if And meets one of my foes.
' - He hits me in the nose,
In the mud I goes, up I arose
Straight home I goes, and
Change my Wet clothes, in a
'Sweet repose. And that is all
I knows. ,-z ,sc va!
Mr. McCammon: "When rain falls does it ever rise again ?"
Maxine: "Yes, sir."
Mr. McCammon: "When?"
Maxine: "In due time."
'DODD Sr SCHOFIELD
" FRESH-CURED and HoME CooKED MEATS
G R O C E R I E S
Bom PHONES No. 101
THE WHY CLOTHIERS
Cass Township Leading Clothiers
IF IT'S STYLE, SHAPE OR COLOR
FOR YOUNG MEN, OLD MEN AND BOYS
WE HAVE IT
The Most Complete Dry Cleaning Plant in the Country
O .. ,Tl?'?.H9'T1F? of , . ,
HART, SCHAFFNER Sz MARX CLOTHES
SPINKS 81 BARROWMAN
Phones: Bell 1705 Mutual 100. Branch Store: Scotch Town, Exline Corner
SIMS Sz COMPANY
West Side Dugger, Indiana
We Solicit Your Patronage-Always Supplied with Fresh Stock of Staple
Groceries-Headquarters for School Supplies, also Miners' Supplies
We Deliver the Goods Phone Your Orders
IAm Located at the Indiana Power Sz Water Co. Office
WORK DONE WHILE YOU WAIT
Yours for Service Bell Phone 85
MRS. C. E. SIMS
WHEN IN DUGGER
DAN AND NAN UGARIEFITHS, Proprietors
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Mr. Phillippe is forever telling jokes in Manual Training class.
Once upon a time there was a negro waiter who fell down. "There
is a great deal of History involved in this," said Mr. Phillippe, "the down-
fall of Africa, breaking up of China, overthrow of Turkey and flooding
.Al Q9 5
Doris: "I wonder what Myron means by sending me a carnatlon every
Dorothy Dugger: "He's saying it with flowers, he stuttersf'
"SAY IT WITH FLOWERS"
THE ROSARY SHOP
EARL T. AIKIN, Proprietor
FERREL AND COMPANY
For High Grade Groceries Fine Coffees a Specialty
THE BEST CANDIES AND CAKES
A Full Line of Dry Goods of the Best Quality
ROYAL SOCIETY and McCALL PATTERNS
A Nice Line of
CUT GLASS AND CHINA
IF IT'S NEW-WE HAVE IT
W. C . C 0 0 K
LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHINGS
MISSES' and CHILDREN'S COATS and DRESSES
CUSTOM LINE OF JUVENILE
DRESSES, SUITS AND ROMPERS
IN WASH MATERIAL
LADIES', MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
M I L L I N E R Y
YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Miss Adamson: "You may wash the dish towels, Leola."
Leola: "AW, let Vera Mae she hasn't washed them this week and I feel
a Chinese Laundry Woman I Washed them so much."
5 5 .5
Harry: "Say 'Cotton' I think Mildred Lovall is a peach, don't you?"
Cotton: "Look out boy you're fallen, aren't you, beware!"
5 .5 .M
Emory: "Dad, can you sign your name with your eyes shut?"
Emory: "Well then, shut your eyes and sign my report card!
MODEL TAILOR SHOP
Sells Those Good
ED. V. PRICE 8z COMPANY CLOTHES
.'.-.-. 1. ..
GOLNA ICE CREAM
THE CREAM OF QUALHHTCREAMS
MADE IN SULLIVAN
WEES-WILSON BUICK CO.
Complete Stock of Parts I I Service First
J. H. WEES E. G. WILSON
Elsie: "When I get married I am not going to invite my mother to
Eulalaz "Elsie that is ridiculous, why ?"
Elsie: "She didn't invite me to her Wedding."
Many wonder at the meaning of the W. A. S. Some say Wild Amer-
ican savages-We wonder!
V59 -H el
Mr. Phillippe fWa1king in a restaurantj : "Do you feed folks here ?'
Waiter: "Yes, but We don't fill silos."
G U Y W O O D S
WEST SIDE BARBER
DUGCER DOMESTIC COAL COMPANY
Y O U W I L L L I K E
QUALITY COAL AT QUANTITY PRICES
JUST CALL "THE LIPPEATT MINE"
WE APPRECIATE YOUR ORDERS
Mr. Bedwellz "How Was iron discovered?"
Vera Mae: "I heard Pa say they smelled it."
.29 VS val
Ruby has just bought a new evening gown.
Hazel: "What does it look like when it's on ?"
Gladys: "Well, very much like Ruby in most places."
.3 .3 .29
Ladye Earle fReading Caesarb : "Having collected their forces, the
enemy started to throw up the earth-"
Miss Harris: "Hardly that, Ladye Earle."
Wiring Repair Work
D. E. CRAWFORD
IRON S MOTORS TOASTERS FANS
LAMPS, ALL SIZES VACUUM CLEANERS
Mutual Telephone 122.
THE DUGGER TRIBUNE
CONDUCTED F OR PUBLIC SERVICE
FRED H. MOORE ...... Editor and Publisher
VELN A C. MOORE ........ Associate Editor
LEMO COLA BOTTLING WORKS
SODAS ARE PURE
MADE RIGHT AND BOTTLED RIGHT
DRINK CHERRY BLOSSOMS
A Blooming Good Drink, Bottled by
LEMO COLA BOTTLING WORKS
Visitors Welcome Sullivan, Indiana
Square Deal Fence Field, Poultry and Rabbits
BARB WIRE - - FENCE POSTS
Sargent 10072 Pure Paints O Varnishes and Stains
It takes 100 years to grow a crop of lumber. Build now.
' Don't wait for the next crop
NEW UNION LUMBER COMPANY
Red: "Why is it, Bobbie, you always have holes in your shoes when
your pa is a cobbler ?"
Bobbie: "Why is it your baby brother has only one tooth when your
pa is a dentist?"
.99 .bl 3
Mary had a little lamb,
But as soon as she learned to vote
It butted into politics,
And there they got its goat.
.3 5 .3
Mr. Bedwell: "Now Edna you may explain the powers of congress."
Edna CGiving her undivided attention as usuallz "Why, that hap-
pened just after America was discovered? or was it by Balboa?"
.Al .AU 3
Pat was called into court for some misbehaviors and the judge pro-
ceeded to ask him some questions like the following:
"Are you married ?"
Who did you marry?"
"A woman, sor."
Well, did you ever hear of any one who didn't marry a woman ?"
Yes, sor, my sister married a man."
THE TOWN OF DUGGER
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Harry Collins Harry Abram N. A Whaley
1 I. J. Gill, Clerk
. WHALEY, D. D
E. M. DEPUTY
I. J. GILL
DRY GOODS GROCERIES NOTIONS
FLOUR FEED MEAL
We Also Carry a Complete Line of
DRUGS MEDICINES PAINTS
OILS WINDOW GLASS
TIRES and ACCESSORIES
DUGGER FEED STORE
ALL KINDS OF FEEDS
WHITE EAGLE FLOUR LADY'S FRIEND FLOUR
THE HOOSIER 117
Mr. Bedwell: "Sylvia, you may give us topic on dance hall."
Sylvia CAside to Ednaj : "I suppose he asked me that because I have
bobbed hair." '
.3 .al .3
Edna: "Raymond, my tabouret is better than your's."
Raymond: "It is not."
Edna: "Yes, it is. Your legs don't taper."
Raymond: "Edna, I'm going to have you arrested for slander."
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Miss Adamson QArt Teacherbz "Is there anybody in here that can
Hank: "Yes, that Freshman over there can draw flies."
5 V59 .bl
Ladye Earle Shelton reading a Latin sentence two times.
Lester Fields: "You repeated the word each."
Ladye Earle: "No, there are two 'eaches'." fItches.J
Miss Harris: "I hope we don't catch both of them!"
.99 vb' 5
Senior CVery digniiiedj : "Won't your father be completely unstrung
when he gets your grades ?" A
Freshie: "No, I wired him last night."
.99 3 -A!
Miss Inglez "Be careful! ! 1 l"
Maxine says she is tired of ironing so many shirts. He wears a clean
one every night.
'99 ,AF -.9
Hazel: "What a finely chiseled mouth you have, it should be on the
face of a girl."
Noel: "It misses few opportunities, my dear."
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"Fred," asked the pretty teacher, "what is the plural of man ?"
Teacher: "And the plural of child ?"
Fred: "Twins" 5 fa' Hb'
Miss Adamson: "Compare little."
Austin: "Big, bigger, biggest."
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Paul: "If that's not true, I'll eat my hat."
Miss Harris: "That little red hat of yours."
Elsie: "If you do, you'll have painter's colic."
Q3 .AV V99
'Tis said a person's head will never save his feet.
Miss Ingle, you had experience, how about it?
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Elsie didn't know the difference between currants and ral-sins.
She said: "One of the products of Greece is currants, but they are
really seedless raisins." fGrapes rather.j
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