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Your pardon, please, I'm but the
The Editors have placed me here
Because they wish to introduce
To you their record of this year.
I11 manner pleasing, form unique,
Their efforts all have been to seek
A diff'rent means of telling true
The many things that int'rest you.
Ev'ry phase, both great and small,
Of High School Life, they shall recallg
So as they pass on to their task,
Your pardon, please, again I ask.
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We, the class of 1924,
do dedicate this, the third
volume of "The Hoosier," to
the deceased ones of our class,
Opal Blakeman and Bever-
idge Ringer, whose kind and
gentle ways shall long be re-
membered by us, their class-
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"So mild, so merciful,
so strong, so good,
So patient, peaceful
loyal, loving, and puref
"Endurance is the
And Datience all the
passion of great hearts."
UNION HIGH OF DUGGER
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best schools that can ho hull
W. A. DU DLICY
"A lmiglwl' education is wortll while
for the sake of' tho person who EIC-
"Our school system, we are prourl
wt' it: Let us help make it better."
"Good Schools. A safe investment
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THE CDO IER
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MISS KATHRYN ESTHER HARRIS
Principal of High School
1-LB. Degree of Indiana State Normal.
'Sow good even on an unworthy soil
for it will not he lost wherever it
MR. B. D. HUDSON
Superintendent of Schools
i'Prove all things, hold fast that which
MISS RUTH BEVERLY llcliRll'lN
University of Maryland.
George Washington University.
B.S. Degree Indiana State Normal
"Whatsoever things are true,
Whatsoever things are pure,
Whatsoever things are lovely,
Think on these things."
C9 'J .,
Diploma Indiana State No1'mal, 1918,
AB. Degree of Indiana State Normal,
Post Graduate at Columbia University,
Ono yt-111' at Purmluu.
l'oll nic what you like' and l'll tr.-ll you
l'wo :uni one-fourtli yt-urs at lncliunu
Ono term ut, lnaliana Central N0l'lllZ1l
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no unml one-thiwl yours at lnaliuna
State Normal School.
what you ure."
MISS FAXON W. COOK
Three unml tlircc-fourtlis yr,-ais ut lneli-
ana State Normal School.
"Not what we give hut what we slmrc
for the gife without tho giver is
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State Normal School.
Ronu- was not liuilt in a day."
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MISS MARY M. AIJAMSUN
Three and one-third years at Indiana
State Normal School.
"For it is the fate of woman long' to be
patient and silent."
MR. DAVID G. SMALL
History and Athletic Director
Two and one-third years at Indiana
State Normal School.
Two-thirds of a year at Central Normal
'tWe cannot hope to control others until
we first control ourselves."
MISS MAUREEN INGLEM AN
Graduate of the two year music course
at Indiana State No1'mal School.
"The most affective music is generally
the most simple."
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FACULTY OF U. H. S.
Something of the teachers l will tell to you.
They are wonderful teachers and are true blue.
They teach you all you ever learn
I.et's try to do as good as they, when it's our turn.
'l'here's Miss Mcliricn, linglish teacher is she
She's the best teacher there ever could be.
She teaches you everything you should know,
To lose her would be a "terrible blow." Q
'l'here's Manual Training teacher. Mr. Colemang
The boys say, "lele's the best in the land."
We know from the things the boys have made,
lle sure knows his work and is a teacher by trade.
Now our Music teacher is Miss lngleman,
She tries to teach everyone all she cang .
She sure has, as we know, a loveable way,
And kind words to everyone she does always say.
Our History teacher is Mr. Small,
llc relates to us all about HlQU1TlClS downfall."
Ile is coach of our boys' basket ball teamg
llis motto for it is "forward with all steam."
'l'here's Miss Harris. teacher of Caesar.
All of her students try always to please her.
XVhy do you suppose this they try to do?
They want her to stay here-teachers like her are fc
Mr. McCammon for Math. is known.
Much knowledge for this he does owng
lf you work, he will give you a fair grade.
NVith him as teacher, your hopes need not fade.
Now Miss Adamson, Domestic Science teacher is sl
She's always as happy as happy can bc.
She teaches and grades with malice toward none.
And when about her, you sure can have fun.
'l'here's Miss Cook, our Botany teacher.
She sure is a loveable creature.
She teaches us all about plant life
And always gets along without any strife.
Now Mr. Hudson. Superintendent is he.
llis position keeps him as busy as a bee.
.Nnd my! his work is always done well.
And things about education to us he does tell.
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"Never trust in women, nor rely upon
their vows, for their pleasure and dis-
pleasure depends upon their passions."
"Wif." the good-natnrerl and efficient
president of our class, has been one of
our most popular eotnrades sinee his
advent here, He is always laughing or
working or both. We think a lot of yon,
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"A little nonsense now and then is
relished hy the best of men."
Hliill'-l says, "No lllllll ever went
dippy from loving himself." His queer
antics and funny sayings lmve kept ns
on the verge of eomllnstion from langll-
ter, VVe are sorry to part from hint.
lint we wish him snot-ess
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"lf you 1-nnnot he the originator. 4lon't
he the ilnitatorf'
't5Ii1I" is helrl in high esteem hy her
vlessnmtes, She is n student of nnnsnnl
alvility. having si vonvineing personality
and the :ilxility to :lo things in an easy
and gram-efnl manner. Your many
friends wish you :ln enjoyable life,
".lim'4 luis zu lmsl of fris-mls. Slit' is
a-syn-1-isnlly vmtvrl for ln-r liulvlry-gn-lllvliy
worlul smilvs with yum." is thu- maxim
nliirll must 4-lliil':u-tn-l'izq-s ".lim."
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"'l'llim:s :l1m'f turn up in this worlll
until souls-lmfly turns lhvm up."
"Ibm" is nm- nf tlmsv vlvln-lulnlvlv
In-nplv who :Irv su nice- to huvv llI'1lllIId.
'ilu' is an grind frivlltl :intl mu' uf ulll'
vs-ry ln-st stllflvnls. "lint" wnrks harll.
ioml lm-k in wlintvvvi- you may nnllvr-
EPI HI ffl
guml hlmmr mulu-s Ilnrnthy wmv uf our
most pupulur vlnssmntvs, Happy. smil-
ing llllll joyful Ilornfhy 6lllllUllll1'l'S she
has u nn-xx' jolwl VViIh sun-h nn outlnuk
umm life' suwm-ss will sure-ly lu- hw-rs.
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nm-rprz-rnlums uf lifv. "Smil1- and the
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"Be wise today. you don'I know how
foolish you may he tomorrow."
HBVOIIIQSN grealvst ambition in life- is
to get the maximum :nmount of work
done with tho ln-:lst expenditure of
0ne1'gy. Seriously, he is u rc-al 1-In-vi"
ful friend to hzlvv nhoul.
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"'l'hv lwawonx shall drop down dow."
Ruth vmnv to us during our Sopho-
more yn-al' and hvl' sm-use of humor vom-
hined with her se-rionsnuss has gathered
about her ri goodly number of friends,
Opportunity need not knock, for Ruth
will seek it. and sucking. she shall find.
CF. SF. Sf.
'Torgvtting thosv things whivh are
Norma was one of our vlan that grad-
uated at tho ond of the first NOIIIPSIPF.
She then started at Indiana: State Nor-
mal. Sha carries with her the bl-st
wishes of ull for an hrilliunt futurv
THE O0 IER
'Milli lun, MQ U H
l ,- mnfivf
,wifi Wm Um CQ
0 Q ll ffm 'D -I
"'l'lu' lu-II:-1' part uf vallm' ix nlisvrv-
lfullrll is n g4'llll1'lnnn, an guml fm-lluw
null u growl stuclu-nt. If intl-lllgm-m'n'.
lmum' xml gm-ml mulnrl- 1-mm! fur :my-
lhing Ilnlpll is ulm- In Illillil' :n slum-vw
HI 54 :+I
"lla-fn-r nut u plvalsurn- wlwn it 4-nn
lu- haul fur furtum- oft:-n 114-slmyvtll nur
"Wilson" ix llllllllll', l'niun High
voulfl not hold Iwo likv luilu, Ho ix
4-vvry ilurll u ra-ul fn-lluw nlul is zu splvn-
llifl vmnpuniun mul wurlh whiln- frivlnl.
H. .+. H.
"lin-ul 1-ullurv llvn-5 lay sylnpzullly nml
llllllllTilllllllN. nut lay llislikvs null rlis
Vuol, l'Hllll llnll m'4nlll'1'l4-ll, l'lsll1vl' is llu
alnillng frim-ml uf vx'4-l'ym14-. lim-ill:-N bln
ix nm- nf our vvry lu-wt stlulvllls.
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I HE OO IER
I - -'j Q MQMQQQ
0 C A fl ' ,Hllltdl Q9 9 -9
"Love is hlintl and lovers rnnnot see."
Frances had plenty of nerve. Shi
took at leap into the lnaelstrmn of matri-
muny at the end of the first seinestel
and so did not get to pnntlitate with ns.
VVe nish her plenty uf ln:-k in her nutr-
:WI If-I If
"Be not overcome of evil, but over-
rotne evil with good."
Margarefs good nature can he seen
at a glance. ll0llSld9l'8tlUll for others,
at rongenial personality, and the ahility
to try to do things, speak well for her
fntnre: whit-li we hope will he hright.
fri I+: If
"Hang sorrows. care will kill a eatg
therefore. let us he merry."
Genial, pleasant and carefree, Geneva
has formed many friendships. She is
another of our class who graduated at
the end of the first semester and is
going to Intliuntt State Normal. We np-
11l'9L'l2lt0 your hard work. Geneva.
THE K oo IBR
Xi! A' Mwf ,IVWQQE
U1 'W W WH
'Il i uw U31 'uh' G
. C X GDI il'UhlM'1M
"IA-I fnrlum- flu wlmls-va-1' il uilln-th
nml In-ur with 1-hm-1-rful mimi the- 4-Wm-vis
"SlilnX" me-lllml uf ge-fling thruuglu
ia v--rg simplv- may lmthilur. du nmtlling,
:xml husk win-. Hvfillllxly, lhix Izxll Imp'
uf nur vlush iw zu lnigllty guml fn-llcm.
Nlny his fulurn- :multi--igmtiunx lu- 1-qunl to
HI HI HI
NIADGE Hl RST
"l"ill4lN lulngllvs in Ira-aw,
lim-lm in running llruulw,
Sn-lwnuns in xtulwx
,Xllll guml in 4-vvl'yIl1illg.A'
lim- lu hs-r xxmulvrfnl ln-l'xunzllily.
Xlnllga- huh In-1-olnv 1-vo-1'ymn-'s fl'iE'llll
Shu- hu, xun-h an ple-nxzmt mlislmxitinn.
limnl luvh In yuu, Xlzuluv. null muy your
life- ln- llulrpy.
SLI FE IH
H l'lRlil'IR'l' HAWTIN
"Grow wld alum: with mv. lhv In-M
is yx-I In In-,"
Ill-rln-rt gn-ls :Ill lhv fun thvrv is in
lifn-, p:iving :ull hix slmrn' lima' To ra-nl
:llwllmlla wol'k. Hn- sm-lullxln mln-nm hii
llllllllll villwl' to hrzls: or rnlupluill.
H1'l'v'w In "Hl'I'h."
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GD Hit Hi mil at CQ
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I if' hail
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M A RY WHEELER
"Poll y " '
paulfllv youu' own 1-urine."
"Polly" is anotlu-r of our gmnl Nlll
atiiizilvlu tlispuslitimi with :1 wurlt
Iwi-sevQi':ilu-P :tml Ima pt-r t't-'lil go
sense. Homl luvk "I'1mlly," wtfrv hop
ini: fm' Your' xllvvt-w
IE If Ii
'Xlalms FIShlll'Hll4'l' nlmilily sun-."
himself. whivh ix an illllllll'illJlt-' quality
:mil will 1n'ux'v an :msvt in future vxlwri
e-iivvs with tht- wurhl. Wi' wish you all
the siivvn-M you sn rivhly rl:-svlwv.
112 HI 1112
MARY MAGDALINE SVHAAD
"Flin-vi' up. faint lit-nrt, :tml 4-twist' rv'
piiiiiig. for ln-liiml tht- 1-lmnle thu sun
is still sliiiiimzf'
ex't-ryoiie. Ht-i' lmlly, atl'nigl1tfurwn1'4l
pleasing pvrsniiality with hm' ene-rgy :intl
sim'ei'ity t'Hll spvll nntliini: lint sllvu-Ns
in life fur hur.
"l.ox'v lllillly, trust fr-wg hut ailwuyw
:lm-nts. We umlerstnml hm-y' us a girl of
Hatrnld has justitialilt- vuiitirlvm-v in
"Sixsy" 1-xtvlitls hvi' I'1'it-mlsliip to
ilislmsition will l'0llllll1fllHl 1-niifidvnve. HPI'
' dv lw M -Ht ig:
tl : tw wt
0 C G 'J '
ummm Hut: i
"H--uaulw no fn-lluwmnn thou hulv null
so in Hmlk hnml In-uvv thy fait:-."
.K tru:-r ur In-tts-I' t'ri4-ml 1-uulcl nut In-
fuunrl. Shi- ix an hurrl wnrkn-1' with unthi-
liun. Wm- :ill unitt- in wixhim: ymi thn-
I-Q-st ut' 4-iw-l'ytllilu1:. Ibm-in.
SLI IH HI
"l":lilh nnrl hulw uri' Willpfv nf lm'v."
,Xttis is n quit-t, lunch-st girl null is
so iikuhln-. Ha-r fri:-mls know hvt' ns n
jolly witlt-nwnlw girl who lwlin-vs-x in
Insulting: thu- he-xl nf 4-:wh minutt-. Wm-
prv-elit-t zu hright, lou-ly futnrt- for ho-r.
ff-I IE I+:
"'l'he- worst 4-unhl ht- In-tts-l',
Hut the- In-sl might in- worst: "
"'l'nm" is nut unly u faithful studs-nt
and wt-ll likn-ml, hut is at true frivlul tu
ull. H1-r studimts, quiet, unobtrusive and
Q-vs-n-t--nxpn-ra-sl nmnm-rs nmkos A-vc-rymw
IIlillIil'l' hvr. Hmul lu:-lt, "'l'nm,"
, iitt in
l H E 2 -a" 'H I - -
i gi I
'V' I i 1 E, ' i i
9 Q i ii ji? Ca 9 6
"l"lowe-rs are lovxfs truvst lnngu:ip.:l-."
You would likv ldlniso. Sho is nl,
ways smiling and full of "pep," H4-V
laughter is frequently lwnrd, hut he--
Ili-'Bill it wo ran se? fi serious sirlo to
"l'1l." Slay your life- iw happy null
If I+: IH
"As you would that mr-n should do
to you do yo also to them likewise."
Jennie does not lneliovf- in mopinp: unrl
conseqilently. wears a perpetual smile.
She is very popular, and is one of the
individuals upon whom fortune sm-ins
to slnilP. Hood-bye .lr-nnie, inay your
trouhlvs all be fow.
:+I I+: HI
"A million of fY'llSil'Ell91l hopes will
not :lc-'tor us from new expvriiiientsf'
l'Iverylrod.y knows "lJoc4." llorhaps
this is due to his 1-uriousity, his being.:
a shark on argumentation, and his social
slispostion. NVO are hoping that sin-1-rss
will roinv "llur's" wily.
THE oo 1511
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ALICE BIRCH l
"Honey Bee" i
"'l'ulu- tlu- lmtl tup,:4-tlll-1' with thx-
.Kllt-v ix u quit-t. nnnsaulning girl who t
xtrungly In-lin-vc-s in lnintlinpr hz-I' :mn
lnusiln-ws. Sha- ix Slll'il :A liknlnlt- girl
tlmt wt- elm-ntl In lmvs- lu-r lt-zxvv our
lllillst. XVQ- ull wixll .Xlivv tht-
ffl I-I I+:
"ln simplt- mnnm-rs :ull llw
Ilan-I is una- fmt' those- who Inns nur
I1-syn-1-1 mul 6-xte-1-Ill, NVQ- nrt- pruurl to
huu- hor with us, Shu- luis nlwnys ln-n-n
lik:-nl lay 1-vt-ryom-, XYlmt imma- 4-:lla wl-
f-ff I-if I-Lf
"'I'ln- vnllrm- of lrlu- lun- nn-vu-I' tlitl
Xlllmugh "Aunty" llztx ln-4-un in
High Sn-lmul frmr yn-:urs lu- lim nt-vt-r
lt-:n'm-tl the- me-:uning of thu wortl "quit "
He- is zu sa-rimls-ulintl:-ll, amilnitiuus fs-l
low. His untirinp: xt-:il uml 4-m-my will
KlH1l'IiIllt'l' viva-n-xx, lln-rm-'s lnvlg 'Xustyf
4 'fi FY:-D
I 1 Egiy ll rmnn mlllnlulwlll -
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0 C t i f hjfpj' nj E33 Q9 9 9
:sf Us I9
"'l'ulitc1ness is to ilu and sny the- lqindt
ost thing in the kinilest wily."
Nm-l is a fellow who makes hiinsc-lf
known through :lotions rnlhe-1' thnn
through words. Anil, he is so haml-
slnuvl linnnilnously we wish him suv-
wvss thrnuprhout his rlnys.
112 112 1112
NELLIE JANE ORNIANDY
"'l'he- Intron lwi-mul-'ill pvrfm-l vnu- Pnl-h
month. hut thv lovvliness of thy fam-
is perfei-t 1-V011 day."
lill0WlllK that her cunmluvt and vllaw-
au-Ler is of the highest quality. there is
nn duuhl t'UIli'l'l'llllllI Nellic-"s future. To
wish hm' surress would he supr-rlluous.
it is lu-1"s for tho asking.
JL. SL- -TL-
GLEN N NEAL
"ln the spring n young lnz1n's fan:-y
lightly turns tn thoughts nf lnve-."
file-nn's liven wit and urigimil sense
uf humor' has kvpt us in liyste-rivs. He
is om- uf us that will surely bv missed,
Glenn has allways lwvn an enthnsiastiv
runner of lcnnwlvllgv Wu wish you hap-
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SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
In the fall of the year '19 under the consulship of proferrors, the
Educational sampaign being renewed, a new legion took its place onthe
left wing-known as Freshmen. Bravely and with unsurpassed courage
they fought the battles of Latin, Algebra, English and History. Only
nine were killed or wounded in all the battles of this campaign. The ma-
jority advanced to Sophomore hill, where the legion went into summer
Again in the month of September '20, they took up arms. Inspired
and encouraged by former victories and experiences, they fought with
great valor. Thirteen from another tribe took up arms with this legion.
It was very difficult to conquer the cities of Geometry and Caesarg it was
almost impossible to scale the walls or batter them down. Having at
last conquered these cities and seized English and History, the army
was ready to go into camp for the summer. The losses in the battles
this year were six, killed and wounded. Those who survived were sta-
tioned with the right wing on the Junior plaing here they set up fortifi-
cations for camp.
Having remained in camp for some time they were armed to pre-
pare for another long march. Geomery with reinforcements made an
attack again this year, but with a great display of courage and applied
energy, it was conquered. Other battles were waged in which this legion
was victorious. As May approached they began to prepare for summer
quarters. In these preparations a royal reception was given in honor
of the right wing. In their march this year they reached the lofty
When in the fall of '23 the bugle sounded a call to renew the cam-
paign, this legion was quite ready and eager for the march to begin. No
others joined this legion, as they were to far advanced. This legion now
held the most important place in the army and they put all their energy
in the march, meeting every foe with a strong and willing sword. At
last the march to the city of H. S. Education was completedg the walls
were scaled and the whole city captured. Having finished a successful
campaign, they were given five days galag in which a delightful reception
was given in their honor by the second legion on the right wing. With
Commencement they went, not into camp for the summer, but continued
their marchg this time advancing on 1ife's great stage.
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SENIOR CLASS PROPHECY
In dedicating this as the Senior Class Prophecy, I will say that all
Seniors love their Alma Mater, and Will love her better after they have gone
out upon the narrow highways of life. When we have done this we may
look back and see where we spent the happiest part of our lives. Then,
when this is done, we can still say that the class of twenty-four was a
Although this is a prophecy, and the set destinies of these, the
students of the class of twenty-four, is prophecy, we know that Ruth
Ringer will be the beautiful and happy wife of the successful Univer-
sity graduate, Dr. Robinson, Surgeon and M. D.
Wilford Nusbaum will be showing the boys of Union High the art
and skill used in playing basketball, and the others, the benefits of history.
Jennie Headley, whom you can see as a banker's advisor, will be
motoring her husband to the office.
Basil Ringo, that student who uses the big words, will be compiling
a dictionary to beat Webster's, and trying to give Dugger a better paper.
Mildred Mason will have become a successful pharmacist and busi-
ness woman. She will own and operate a chain of stores with her father.
Kenneth Gray, the tall boy of the class, will make a successful bach-
elor, and will have Earl Wilson as a "pal" and body guard, as "Slim" is
Madge Hurst and Mary Schaad, the two life-long friends and chums
to themselves, will break their companionship and part on their respec-
tive ways of life.
Floyd McAtee and Nellie Ormandy, who are "very friendly," shall
have joined their lives and will be having the best of luck in their fam-
Glenn Neal, our cartoonist and sign painter, shall be in business
with Cecil Roeder. They shall be known as the "Neal and Roeder Poster
Esther Wise will be a nurse and probably marry a doctor.
Herbert Hawtin. after a couple of years of training. shall have
mastered good articulation, and will become a public speaker.
Harold Sheffler will become a chiropractor, and will be financially
....... . 'r
an El sis
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Ralph Walters will probably wait on a certain Junior and then he
will begin leading a "double" life.
Noel Pigg fwho likes the role of farmerl, will have a large farm, and
will become a state agricultural advisor.
Francer Sparks, well we all know the future for her,.
By the time these things come true, Dugger shall have become a
metropolis, and shall need many policemen, and these positions many
young ladies will occupy. Among these Dorothy Bishop, Edna Alexander,
Dorothy Alsman, Hazel Davis, and Geneva Walters will be most prominent.
As we stated, Dugger will be a city, and shall have many tailoring
companies. In these Docia and Norma Pigg shall be models.
Eloise Hutchinson shall be conducting a boarding school for young
ladies, while Edna Pigg, Margaret Young, Alice Burch, and Attis Pitcher
shall be her board of advisors.
Last but not least, we know by facts that Union High School shall
become noted throughout the state, and shall be well equipped and loved.
As I stated in the beginning, these are prophecies, and prophecies
do not always come true. We do hope, however, that the pupils of the class
of twenty-four shall go successfully on their respective ways in life, and
will make the best of their opportunities.-Austin Ballard '24.
WE SAY GOOD-BYE
Oh, Union High, our praise is great,
As in the halls we watch and wait.
We honor you, yet disobey,
We love you, yet go away.
Oh, Union High, if you only knew
Exactly what We think of you!
We can't express, tho' hard we try,
We love you, yet we say good-bye.
Oh, Union High, may we always be,
True and noble and honor thee,
Many hopes we have, tho' an aching heart,
We love you, yet we must depart.
THE 00 IER
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THE SENIORS AND THEIR SONGS
Herbert Hawtin ...., ..
Floyd McAtee .,.,
Glenn Neal ...,.,,,.,,,
Dorothy Bishop ......,l
Hazel Davis ......,...,..4
L,...."When Will the Sun Shine for Me
"Swinging Down the Lane.
...,.,r...."Just a Girl That Men Forget.
"Gallagher and Shean.
"That Old Gang of Mine.
,......Ten Thousand Years From Now.
..,.....,"I'm Sorry I Made You Cry.
"Call Me Back Pal O'Mine.
"I Want to be Like Daniel.
Austin Ballard ....,S,Nor.,.,,,.,,,,,ll,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,sl,,,,,,,,.
............"When Clouds Have Vanished and Skies are Blue.
Kenneth Gray ,,,,.,,.., ,,i,,w,,.,.,,,,,,,.,,,,,l,,V,,,,,,,,,,,,,A..,,,,
Madge Hurst .......,
Docia Pigg ......
Earl Wilson ........
Noel Plgg ...,.....s..
Ruth Ringer ......
Norma Pigg ,,,,...
"Won't You Be Mine.
........."Hail! Hail! The Gangs All Here.'
....,........"An Orange Grove in California.
..,.f'Drink to Me Only with Thine Eyes.
"Just Like a Gypsy.
"While the Years Roll By.
Eloise Hutchinson .,...,.,. ,,..,.,,,,. ' 'I Used to Love You,
Mary Wheeler ...,.,...,
Ralph Walters ..,...,,.
Harold Sheffler ......,,
Mary Schaad .....,..,.. . rr,.., .
Basil Ringo ......,.... ,,..,,.
Edna Pigg ............. L
Cecil Roeder ...,....
Margaret Yung ..,.,..
"Loves Old Sweet Song.
"Go Slow and Easy.
"Oh Gee! Oh Gosh! Oh Golly! I'm in Love.
Jennie Headley ......,. ..,...........,.,...,,.....,......,...........,....,,.. ' 'All By Myself.
"Oh! How I Hate to Get Up in the Morning.
....................."Rock Me in My Swanee Cradle.
"Who's Sorry Now?
Alice Birch ....,.......... ,.,.,. ' 'Why Don't My Dreams Come True?
Estehr Wise ................ ............,......,......,............. ' 'Song of Love.
Wilfred Nusbaum ...,...,. ......,......,.......... ' 'Say You'll Be Mine.
Attis Pitcher .......... ...,,,, ' 'Do You Ever Think of Me.
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THE oo 11311
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SENIOR CLASS WILL
We, the Seniors of the Senior Class of '24, Union High School, town
of Dugger, county of Sullivan, State of Indiana, being sound in mind
and body, and possessed of clear and disposing minds and memories,
realizing the weakness and infirmaties of old age, and conscious of the
power of all wise Diety, Who may at any time take us away from this
worldly state, wherein we now reside, do hereby make, declare and pub-
lish our last will and testament onthis nineteenth day of February,
nineteen hundred and twenty-four, to be executed on our Commencement
Day, April 28, ninteen hundred twenty-four.
We, the Seniors of '24, will to Union High our never failing in-
spiration for study, our loyal school spirit, ready response and hearty
cooperation in all things.
To the Faculty, we bequeath our gratitude and memory of our pleas-
ant dispositions during our school career, we also leave them the privi-
lege og giving tests and "exams" to the students of next year.
To the Seniors of '25, we will our culture and refinment, together
with our never wavering wisdom and dignity.
To the Sophomores we leave our wit, humor and example of good
behavior, which they needs must follow.
To the dear little Freshmen, we bequeath our brilliancy of mind, and
a horse shoe, hoping that they may be able to finish their High School
I, Edna Alexander, will my never failing thirst for knowledge to
I, Geneva Walters, leave my privilege of saying what I think to
I, Nellie Ormandy, bestow my timidity and ever-ready blushes upon
Anna Bess Graham.
I, Earl Wilson, bequeath my athletic spirit and ability in playing
basket-ball to John Schelbower.
I, Harold Sheffler, leave my bashfulness to the "giddy" girls of
I, Dorothy Alsman, will my ability as a debator to Anna Headley.
We, Alice Birch and Edna Pigg, bequeath an example of being per-
fect "chums" to Elaine Pucket and Nancy Cobb.
I, Eloise Hutchinson, leave my smiles to Fanny Ormandy.
I, Ralph Walters, will my ability to argue to Williams Nattrass.
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I Mary Wheeler. bestow my sturious nature upon Reva Inglert.
I Dorothy Bishop, will one of my many vanity cases to Mary Morford.
I Hazel Davis, will my quiet disposition to Mary Nitterhouse.
I Herbert Hawtin, bequeath my love for the fair sex to N orval Pope.
I Mildred Mason, will my witty sayings to Frances Bailiff.
I Glenn Neal, leave an example of a perfect love affair and a "love
letter as a sample to Johnnie Wright.
We, Ruth Ringer and Kenneth Gray, will our ability to play basket-
ball and our talent as Captains to the Captain-elects, Helen Hammock
and Clarence Reynolds.
I, Frances Sparks, bestow my vamping power upon Viola McCammon.
I, Floyd McAtee, leave my nonsenical disposition to Harold Houpt.
I, Mary Schaad, will my ability to be on the "honor roll' to Helen
I, Esther Wise, bequeath my hobby of collecting quotations to Ger-
I, Basil Ringo, will to Nev Lewellyn my ability to fall into a gentle
and restful slumber during any Assembly period.
I, Jennie Headley, bequeath to Ethel Robinson the priviledge to try
to boss Union High School.
I, Cecil Roeder, leave my job as general flunky to Harry Pirtle.
I, Austin Ballard, will my ambition of being a musician to any Junior
that feels inclined to follow in my footsteps.
I, Madge Hurst, will my ability as a typist to any Junior who is in
need of it next year.
I, Wilford Nusbaum, will my "seat on the bench" to Dolan Pigg.
I, Margaret Yung, will my talent in rnusice to Rosetta Bedwell.
I, Attis Pitcher, will my ability in designing to Corrine Deputy.
Noel Pigg, will my perfect deportment to Clarence Phillips.
We, as a class, do bequeath to the faculty all the demerits given us
in the last four years so that they may use them for the Freshman Class.
Signed, sealed and -delivered in the presence of us, the undersigned,
in the year of our Lord, nineteen hundred and twenty-four.
CLASS OF '24.
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In September 1921, forty-one Freshmen entered Dugger High school.
At first, we attracted attention because we were so green, but as we be-
came acquainted with the way of high school life we attracted attention
by our success in our studies. During the year we had two class parties
and a Weiner roast which will always be remembered by the boys of our
The following Fall, we entered the new building with a membership
of thirty-two. This year we adopted as our motto: "Row! don't drift!"
and strove to live up to it. The members of our class were represented
in the different school activities, and people began to realize what wonder-
ful talent was exhibited in our class. During this year we organized the
Latin Club, from which we received a great deal of pleasure and profit.
We all enjoyed our work, and many of us were sorry to see the school
Though some changes have been made in members this year, we again
started into school with an enrollment of thirty-two. During this term,
however, two or three of our members have withdrawn. This year we have
been working very hard, and we can truthfully say that we have lived up to
our motto of, "Row! Don't drift!" We hope and trust that all of the
members of our class may be with us next year when we enter school as
the Senior Class of 1924-25.-Viola McCammon '25.
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JUNIOR CLASS PROPHECY
Now, Classmates, in this Prophecy
If you're not as you wish to be,
Remember, just in fun 'tis told,
This Prophecy of what the future holds.
Time flies quickly by, doesn't it? Who would have thought that
fifteen years would make such a difference. After living on Mars thirteen
years, I decided to return to earth and visit some of my old friends. I
went to the roof of my home, and hailed one of the passenger planes fly-
ing between Mars and the earth. As the pilot took off his helmet to ask
my destination great was my surprise to see William Nattress, my old
Union High School classmate. Seated by his side, calmly knitting, was
his wife, Mary Margaret Nitterhouse. I was told by one of the other
passengers that she accompanied him on every trip, fearful lest she
would lose him.
When We reached Paris, I decided to stop for a few days. Going
down onto the street I bought a paper from a little child of about six years,
and, noticing something familar about his face, asked his name. "My name
is Nev Lewlellyn, Jr.," he proudly replied. Howl strange that our old
friend Nev should be living in Paris, but then, fifteen years makes a
difference. Glancing hurriedly at the paper, I noticed the headlines,
"Johnny Wright, Wealthy Manufacturer, Charged with Bigamyf' To
think that Johnny should be in such an affair as this!
While shopping next day, I met Miss Helen Hammack, who was at-
tending Miss Flycatcher's Finishing School of Flirtations. She told me
she had been induced to come by Miss McBrien, our old English teacher,
who, seeing the folly of being an old maid school teacher, had established
this school. Helen told me Dorothy Neal had attended one term, and had
progressed so rapidly she had been able to secure the object of her study,
Mr. Harold Haupt. They are now living happily in Ireland. Here Harold
and Clovis Wright were publishing the great newspaper, "The Irish Po-
tato." She gave me the address of Mrs. Charlotte Pigg, who was living
in Boston with her husband, Dolan. He was reporter for the leading
Boston paper, "The Boston Baked Bean."
I regretted leaving Helen very much, but knowing I must be back at
my home on Mars in another week, I left France.
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The journey to the United States in a high powered plane was made
in six hours. When I arrived at New York, I obtained a room at the
hotel and, while standing in the lobby, I was surprised to hear my name
called. Turning, I saw Ethel Robinson. She invited me to visit her. She
was rooming with Helen Hindman, and they were touring the country
giving speeches on "The Evils of Buttermilk Drinking."
We attended a high class show on Broadway that evening. The fea-
ture of the show was the appearance of Clerandado Phillip, our friend
Clarence Phillips, in person. He had far outclassed Rudolph Valentino
of our day, and with his leading lady, Viola McCammon, was fast climb-
ing the ladder to fame. Other features of the evening's entertainment
was the famous toe dancing of Anna Headley, also John Schedlbower and
his company of Vaudeville artists which included Luna Alumbaugh, Fran-
ces Bailiff, and Rosetta Bedwell.
The next day I came to Dugger. How greatly it had changed! It
was "a real" town now. The first person I met was Fanny Ormandy. She
informed me that her name was Pirtle now, and that Harry and she were
running a cafeteria near the high school building. I walked to the cafe-
teria with her and went over the high school.
Little had I ever -dreamed Union would ever be this large. I met Mr.
N orval Pope, Superintendant of Schools. He told me many of the members
of the class of '25 were teachers. Elaine Puckett, who had been dis-
appointed in love, was teaching her favorite subject, Latin. Mrs. Gertrude
Reynolds had thought so much of her maiden name that she had accepted
the proposal of "Tort" who was coach of the famous Union High School
Athletic teams. Reva Inglert, who had found out she was going to have
to be an old maid after all, had gone back to her first love, teaching. After
chatting with them for a while I was taken back to Dugger.
Passing along the crowded thoroughfare, I saw the sign, "M0rford's
Dressmaking Shop." I stepped inside and told Mary of my wonderful
luck in locating all except four of the class of '25. She informed me that
Anna Bess was a missionary in Africa fpoor heathensj, Mary Exline, a
stenographer in Chicago, Nancy Cobb was a traffic "cop" for aeroplanes,
and Violet Walters was a great judge Ca supreme bench warmer! .
Perhaps you wonder what I am doing. I am a staid and true old
maid, holding true to my motto, "Love me, love my cat."
-Mary Corrine Deputy '25
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JUNIOR CLASS '25
This Junior class of '25
Just one more year we have to strive,
Just one more year out of the four,
Then we'll part forevermore.
Jolly Juniors, they call us by name,
We're trying to live up to it on our high way to fame.
We're proud of our class with its stu-dents so wise,
But some must be watched with the teacher's two eyes.
In athletics we've a basket-ball star,
All the opponents Tort's outclassed by far,
He's a good player and a very good sport,
Come on, Jolly Juniors! give three Rahs for Tort.
For a basket-ball center, you can find no better
If she should quit-well you'd better not let her,
Without Helen, with those charming ways and grins,
These many games We'd have failed to win.
There's one on the second team, who has so much "rep,"
When on the floor Johnnie certainly has "pep."
He's there every time right in his place,
And to out class him would be a hard race.
Things "ain't" like they should be sometimes in English class,
But Miss McBrien will tell you, we've many students surpassed.
She has such kin-d ways and is an excellent teacher,
Yet often We think she'd make a better preacher.
Miss Cook is so kind, while teaching us science,
And with her we place any kind of reliance,
She's kind to each of us, no sweeter could we find,
And in return we try to be kind.
Mr. Small teaches us history of things of the past,
In our thin brain we hope it will last,
We owe him respect for his patience with us,
And about him we never should fuss.
Last but not easiest is arithmetic
To help us in the world to stick,
Here is Mr. McCammon so good and jolly,
But that's what we like for Juniors are jolly.
Now I've told you of our Junior class
Who'll all be sorry when next year has passed.
But we'll go on, as best we can,
To keep the "up", dear U. H. S. has planned.
' -Elaine Puckett '25
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SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY
It was September 10, 1923 that our real class record began. About
75 of us Freshmen took our places in the assembly of Union High School
for the first time in our lives. Everything was new and strange to us.
There was much confusion among the students as to where to go, and the
new program we should follow. It took us several days to learn just
exactly what we should do. As the weeks flew past Cfor it seemed to us
they really did Hyl the progress of our class was very rapid, and the
cooperation of it was excellent. We had two parties and a Weiner roast.
We soon found ourselves hearing the name of "Sophs." A
This year our class has decreased, but we still have 63 and we're only
hoping that we can remain 63 and give Union High a record of the
largest graduating class it has ever known.-Oma Jeiries '26,
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Ashburn, Maud Dudley, Mamie McLin, Lester
Arthur Leslie Dudley, Nona Norris, Paul
Alsman, Lloyd E-dwards, Horace Norris, lNona
Abram, Madge Feldman, H. Owen, Elms
Aikman, Dorthea Gall, John Patterson. Cuyneth
Boone, Alta Mae Goldman, Kenneth Pigg, Noel C.
Bledsoe, Bynus Gambill, Eugene Rowe, Velma
Bledsoe, Herchel Harding, Hester Reeves, John
Blakeman, Paul Headley, Lloyd Rector, Marv E
Batey, Barbara Hopkins, Phyllis Silvers, Ottie
Beck, Frances Jeffries, Oma Sims, Reva
Bedwell, Hazel Jones, Elden Starkey, Elza
Cox, Ned Jones, Helen Smith, Waiien
Cliver, Ruth King, Elsie Thomas, Juanita
Cazzell, Sophia Keene, Vivian Teasley, Bessie
Dugger, Francis Leaman, Tom Usrey, Orville
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SOPHOMORE CLASS PROPHECY
It had always been my desire to go touring over the States, and,
I had never obtained the opportunity until now, the year of 1931. There-
fore, in my newly purchased aeroplane, one of the latest models, I
started on my adventure. The chief object of my tour was to visit and
learn the fate of my classmates of Union High.
The first place I stopped was near Los Angeles, California.
Upon alighting from my plane, I found myself near a large orange grove.
From the grove came the soft low strains of music and being entranced
by the pleasing sound, I followed it. I soon reached the spot and there I
saw a girl playing the violin. Her head nodded back and forth keeping
time with the music, and, once as she raised her face, I recognized my
old friend, Madge Woods. When she had finished the piece, I made myself
known and we had a happy time talking over our school days. She
informed me that Ruth Cliver and Frences Beck were special nurses in
one of the hospitals there. Chester Whaley and John Reeves were the
While we were talking, we heard voices at the other end of the grove,
and a young girl with brown curls soon came into view dragging a re-
luctant young man behind her.
The girl exclaiming as she came, "Oh! Madge, Ray and I are going to
be married tomorrow!"
I recognized them to be Margaret Wilson and Ray Davies. We all
four had a good time, and we talked until it grew late.
I remained in Los Angeles for quite a while, and it was here that
I learned the fate of many of my friends.
One day Madge took me to one of the beautiful mansions there. As
we entered the splendor of the house nearly took my breath away. At the
end of the hall stood a lady dressed in a beautiful crimson velvet gown,
whose dark, glossy hair corresponded beautifully with it. When she came
forward, I saw that she was my old friend, Maude Ashburn. When we
had been here only a short time a number of Maude's friends came.
Among them were some old classmates, Mamie and Nona Dudley, neither
being married, had taken up work on the stage. Madge Abram, Now
Madge Cox, and her husband, Ned, were there. Raymond and Velma
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upon her as if she were a queen. Lastly, was Hester and Herschel Bled-
soe, fighting like a cat and dog.
The next morning, being a rainy one, Madge and I stayed home, and
Madge told me about some more of my friends. I was informed that Dor-
othea Aikman had taken up work in the schools as teacher of Latin. I
was glad, because I knew it had been her desire to teach Latin. I was
also informed that Bynus Bledsoe was superintendent of the schools, and
that he was a favorite among the students and patrons.
From California, instead of touring the States, I went to Europe.
I went to Paris, France, and soon made many friends. Here I found
some old classmates, who had come to Paris to study. I found that Vivian
Keene, Violet Wright, and Guyneth Patterson were the latest Paris de-
signers, being assisted by Paul Norris. Here I also found Oma Jeffries
and Elvis Owens. They had come to Paris to paint. They were destined
to become the greatest artists of the day. I learned that Francis Dugger.
Tom Leaman, Mary Ethel Rector and Audrice McDonald had become
great writers, and were publishing some wonderful books.
During my stay in Paris, I attended the wedding of Lloyd Alsman
and Elsie King. To my surprise, Leslie Arthur was the minister. The
bridesmaids were Alta Boone and Phyllis Hopkins, both unmarried.
The same night I attended an opera and found that the leading lady
was Ottie Silvers. Her assistants were Bessie Teasley, Margaret McGhee
and Barbara Batey.
Soon after I returned to America, and in New York I saw John Gall,
Howard Feldman, Lloyd Headley and Paul Blakeman. They had all just
graduated from college and were starting out in life.
I returned home well contented and happy after my tour,
-SOPHIA CAZZELL, '26
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"Hello Folks!" yes we're Sophomores,
As you perhaps may know,
Just the same glad bunch which greeted you
About a year ago.
We're all just one year older,
And we know a little more.
We get our lessons easier,
Than oft' we did before.
We're just a gay and happy crowd,
But workers every one.
We never let a passing cloud
Entirely hide the sun.
But stay! We have our teachers too,
Who never let the days be blue.
Now first we'll name Miss Harris,
She's a busy little soul.
She has a way that's big and fine,
And a heart like purest gold.
She helps us with our Caesar,
So we will understand
The many battles which he fought,
As he went throughout the land.
Next comes Miss McBrien,
Who radiates good cheer.
She teaches us our English,
She surely is a "dear,"
She isn't like a teacher,
Not a bit aloof at all,
She mingles in among us,
We're lucky now, that's all.
Miss Ingleman comes with a spritely step,
To fill our school group full of "pep,,'
From her merry songs
Of the "Black and Old Gold,"
Down to the songs of the deeds of old.
Miss Adamson, faithful to the last,
Comes along with a line cooking class.
She makes every student do her best,
To have her as a teacher, we surely are blest.
Botany is taught by scientist, Miss Cook.
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She makes every one read a Botany book.
Between Juniors and others, there no differences can be,
She makes one and all study leaves from the tree.
She's the one who knows nature,
And our praises are high
For this good nature teacher
At Old Union High.
Now Mr. McCammon
Is a teacher who knows
How his business is done,
For his every work shows
How patient endurance
Wins out in the end,
In the whole Union High School
There is no better friend.
Mr. Small teaches History,
I'm glad to relate
The students of all classes
Think he's simply great.
He's so jolly and friendly,
And patient, my yes!
What he doesn't know about History
Is not much, I guess.
Mr. Coleman is a teacher,
Who is willing to work
Till the task is all finished
And he'll never shirk.
He works with the boys,
In the handicraft shop,
He makes all work joy
So they don't like to stop.
And then we have
As the head of our school,
An excellent man,
Who expects good rule.
Mr. Hudson we call him,
He has a smile so ready
And his eyes are friendly, too.
He is a friend to all of us,
And I'm sure, a friend to you.
ELSIE KING, '26.
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Show this school we're not slow!
Show this school that W6,1'9 the boss,
Sure we'll run it at any cost?
Come on, Freshies, get some "gas,"
We're running this school and W9'1'9 doing it fast!
Come on, Freshies, get in your shoes,
Don't let them think that VV6'1'G going to lose!
Come on, Freshies, go it fast,
They don't think it will last!
We will show them sure enough,
Never let them think we're a bultf!
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Colors-Blue and White.
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In nineteen hundred and thirty-three,
Wayne Borders sailed across the sea,
He sailed across in a private plane,
And landed on the coast of Spain.
In that same year he did return,
To wed his friend Stella Ashburn,
They bought a cot' and settled down,
In a Pennsylvania mining town.
An old friend whom they formerly knew,
Was living in this same town, toog
T'was Florence Barcroft when first they knew h
But now her name had changed to Brewer.
Jules Brewer and Damon Keene
Came to this town when about eighteen,
For two years or a little more,
They were partners in a grocery store.
But Damon sold his share to Jules,
And bought himself a team of mules,
Now what do you think, that very next day
He hooked those mules to a one-horse shay.
Thus he started back home to Indiana,
To see his "Ma" and friend Elva,
To talk over old times and plans,
And renew them with tighter bands.
For two or three days at home he stayed,
Working for Sheffler and Moody, where he made
Enough spare money to buy a cow,
From a farmer by the name of Raymond Howell.
He worked some more, bought a house and lot,
Then he and Elva "tied the knot,"
With Clarence Norris their justice of peace
Who wished great joys on both and each.
The next Spring Damon bought some seed
And rented a farm from Franklin Reed,
Harvest was bountiful, labor was scarce,
His only help was Bloomer Pierce.
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Lived just a mile on further east,
Now he got his harvesting done
By hiring Billy Robertson.
Through long Autumn days he did run
A little four-wheeled Fordson,
Then homeward he'd wind his weary way
Where his mistress Ruby held full sway.
I saw in the paper that same fall
Where Crooks had married Miss Anna Gall
At this same time Mr. Robert Gambill
Announced his engagement to Freda Hill.
I saw too, where Albert Farrar
Had bought a Stanley steamer car,
And almost nearly every night
He goes to see Mildred White.
I am told that Mr. Lowell Hale
Calls on Miss Graham without fail,
Every Wednesday and Sunday eve,
Yes, there'll be more wedding bells, I belieye
The Dugger baker, Carl Hiendlmayr,
Has also got a brand new car,
It speeds so fast, he can hardly holder,
Driving out to see Miss Oberholtzer.
I noticed too, where Johnnie Long
Had bought a roadster for a song,
He now goes driving a great deal
With his friend Elizabeth Neal.
The latest news from Denman and Dochia
They had eloped to Novia Scotiag
There caught by our detective, Ellene,
Were sent home on the very next train.
Hubert Goldman and Mary Hill
Took a trip to Martinsville,
They left town on the train at noon,
To spend a two week's honey-moon.
I just wondered, did you know,
That Bertha Reynolds and Alice Rowe,
Entertained Sunday dinner,
Lawrence Story and Ivan Skinner?
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Some very favorable remarks
About a nice young man one day,
And who was he but Emery Starks?
Miss Blanche Ringer and Miss Ruth Pope
Have been out selling Sayman's soap.
Most everyone with them agreed
That Sayman's soap they all did need.
Charles Bishop and Emil Coiee
With Harold Kramer and Marion Hanson,
Went off for a fishing spree
On the old bay near Riverton.
They fished all day and half the night,
But never a fish came to their sight,
Tired, sleepy, and all forlorn,
They pulled in home at break of morn.
Time and Words fail me to tell
Of Beulah and Myra and Annabelle,
Of Wilma, Katheryn, Conza and Bessie,
Velma, Hannah, Hazel and Jessie.
But all along with Florence and Isa,
Thelma, Dorothy, Fannie, and Osia,
For this Whole score I'm "prophsyen,"
They'll be old maids by thirty-nine.
EUNICE GAMBILL, '27
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four students, Esther Wise, Seniorg Madge Hurst, Seniorg Austin Ballard,
Seniorg and Basil Ringo, Senior, Ruth McBrien, Girl's Chaperon, B. D.
Hudson, Supt., and D. G. Small, Boy's Coach.
The purpose of this organization is to take care of the problems
which confront the school in the Way of athletics. The handling of all
funds is controlled by the Board, all checks being written by Madge Hurst,
Sec. and Treas. At the end of the season a report before the student body
in itemized statements is made. Thus everyone is informed of the con-
dition of the finance, in what manner the money is spent, and the amount
taken in as receipts.
This Board handled the problems in a very successful way and the
student body of U. H. S. is proud to have this branch of student activity
handled in such a business-like manner. We hope the Athletic Associa-
tion will continue and p1'osper in the many years to come as it has in the
few years of its past.
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THE LATIN CLUB
The jolly looking group above is the Latin Club, the
"Romani recentes" Cmodern Romansb. There were 46
members this year. Sophia Cazzell was elected "impera-
tor" Cpresidentl, John Wright Hquaestor and scribaf'
The motto "Vincit qui patitur" fHe conquers who en-
duresb was chosen by the Club. They seemed to think
this an excellent motto for them as Caesar students!
We Wonder why? The beautiful pictures which have
been framed for the assembly by the Clubs of 1922-1923
and 1923-1924 will often recall those groups to our mem-
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President ..., Y ,., L , Y. , , L L L, Wilford Nusbaun
Vice-President , ,,,, , L, Y , , , , Y , , Lloyd Alsman
Secretary and Treasurer , L .LLLL...,.L,L Elsie King
Faculty Advisor LL...l.,LLLL LLLL L , ,LLLL L...,, L L Miss McBrien
Basing its plea for existence on the fact that it encourages and
maintains a high standard in scholarship and stimulates more interest in
the world of literature, the "Riley Club" comes to be the first literary
society of UNION HIGH SCHOOL. Only students receiving an English
grade of ninety per cent or above can join. This is also confined to the
three upper classes. Since it is in its infancy, not so much has been
accomplished as will be done, no doubt, in the years to come. However,
we have "hitched our wagon to a star," and hope to accomplish great
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We organized the Student Council for the second time. Last year
was the first, and it was successful. This year we thought it a better
plan to tax each student twenty-five cents to make up the Student Council
fund rather than take up a collection of a few cents from each one every
time it was needed.
This body is composed of eight members, two from each class. The
Freshmen representatives are Margaret Graham and Charles Bishopg
the Sophomores, Elsie King and Johnnie Gall, the Juniors, Anna Bess
Graham and Harold Houptg the Seniors, Eloise Hutchinson and Herbert
Hawtin. Mr. Hudson and Miss Harris are the advisors for the council.
Those of the Student Council were always on the job. They managed
the basket ball feasts, served after each game, have seen to sending flowers
to the sick students and teachers, have taken care of the rest room, and
helped in various other ways. Margaret Graham, with the assistance of
Anna Gall, Audrey Yung and Sabre Yung, should be given much credit
for their eHorts to make a success of the basket ball feasts.
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The I4ilJ1'2i1'i2lIlS arc: Violet Walivrs, Idsther VViso, Madge' Abram.
Ifanny Ornmmly, Milclrwl lvlason, Madge Hursi, Dorothy Alsmzln, llmwvzi
Ifram-is Imggc-1', Iidna Alexander, Uhzirlvs Bishop, Mary C. Ilopuiy
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We are proud of our library. Unfortunately We have
been unable to add only a few more books to it. Credit
must ge given to the classes of '22 and '23 for the fund
left to replenish our library. Miss Harris and Mr.
Hudson have successfully proved their plan of having
a student librarian for each of the periods in the day.
The librarian in charge endeavors to make visitors feel
at home and tries at all times to keep assembly discipline
as well as having books, tables and chairs in order.
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THE REST ROOM
The Rest Room is. a feature of
Union High of which we are justly
proud. We obtained it through a
"Ladies Home Journal" contest of the
student body, last year. Also the girls
contributed twenty-five cents each to
help furnish it.
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THE ORCHESTRA OF UNION HIGH SCHOOL
Maureen Ingleman, Instructor
Mary Corrinne Deputy
We are proud of our orchestra. They have probably done more for
us individually than as a group, however, they have helped the school
in many ways. Our opening exercises have always been successful be-
cause we have so much musical talent in our school. We have a bright
future and we expect to grow in our music department.
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Neal, Ottie Silvers.
Austin llallarcl, Elaine Puckett, Kathryn Puckett, Johnnie Wright.
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We have a new course of study to deal with in Home Economics this
year. The aim of the course can best be stated thus: To give the girl a
well rounded conception of the many studies contributing to worthy home
membership, not only to help the girl who is in school but also to help
the girl who must leave school at the end of the ninth grade to live her
daily life more wisely and to find her place in the working world. The
course is a much broader one, emphasizing the many phases of work
which women have to deal with instead of the one or two that we have
dealt with before.
The first thing to be considered is the health of the girls and of course
this includes selection of proper foods, proper amounts and how to plan
The home being the next phase of the work emphasizing the important
things such as selection and furnishing of the home, also sanitation in
The clothing phase will give her ability to clothe herself in an at-
tractive fashion, to buy intelligently and to do some sewingg and is not
a course in home sewing or dress making.
The last phase of the course deals with the girl and society. The aim
is to help the girl see her relationships as a member of her home and
community that she may prepare to do her share of the work of today
that is best suited to her individual ability.
The entire course emphasizes-The relation of home economics in-
struction to healthfful living, financial thrift and social service.
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There were three classes in the Vocational Department this
year, two Freshman classes of 13 each, and one Senior class of
I2 members. These three classes began the year's work by get-
ting the Gymnasium floor in shape for the basket ball games.
This was followed by mechanical drawing. and some line work
was done in this in spite of the fact that we had little equipment.
The drawing consisted of problems in development and projec-
tion, which will be of special benefit to those who will take an
engineering course in college.
The last semester's work was changed to manual training,
and several things were made, consisting of book racks, tab-
ourets, ,iardinere stands, medicine cabinets, flower boxes, tie
racks, broom holders, game boards, and drawing boards. These
classes contemplated making library tables, but due to the pre-
vailing high prices in materials, the lumber on hand was given
over to the making of smaller articles. The school needs more
room for its Vocational Department, and when this is arranged,
lathes, saw benches, band saw, and the general tool equipment
is made better, the classes in this department will be able to
turn out some very good work.
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Commercial work is in strong demand by
our students but on account of crowded condi-
tions and lack of finance for equipment, we
are unable to offer but few courses
Commercial Arithmetic is taught to all
students who desire to renew and strengthen
their understanding of the fundamentals of
arithmetic. Typewriting is offered in the
Senior year. The day seems near at hand
when most everyone needs to know how to
write a letter upon a typewriter. In this course
the students master the keyboard and give
much time to speed and accuracy. The Gregg
System is used and students soon realize that
the course is very definite, and requires concen-
tration and muscular control.
All enjoy the course and we are looking
forward to the time that we may be able to
strengthen this department.
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A veritable scene in "Old Japan" was visualized by the people who
witnessed the presentation of the popular musical comedy entitled "Miss
Cherryblossomf' which was given by the students of Union High School
on December 20, 1923. The following cast did splendid work:
Cherryblossom .,,.......,c ...A .........,c.i.....c,,.......,,......,...,..,.,,..,..... K a thryn Puckett
Kokemo, her foster father ....ccc,.,.c,c .i.,.,. ..,.,..,.,..,,i,. ,... . . .,...... F l oyd McAtee
Togo, a rich politician .,..........,........ .........,,c.. . . ........,.... .... G len Neal
Horace Worthington, an American broker ,..c,,, .c,..,. C larence Phillips
Jessica Vanderpool, his niece ......,...i..,,..c,,cc c....c....... M ildred Mason
James Young, his secretary .........,.c..,... ., ....... Clarence Reynolds
John fJackJ Henry Smith, his guest ..cc..c..,...,,....,,.... .,,,,...,. J ohnnie Wright
Henry Foster Jones, Jack's pal ...,.,.,..,ci.c...,..........,,........., Francis Dugger
Geisha Girls: Gertrude Reynolds, Ruth and Bessie Ringer, Alice Howe,
Oma Jeffries, Ruth Cliver, Marguerite McGhee, Myra Evans, Madge
Hurst, Dorothy Bishop
American Chorus: The Misses Mary Schaad, Dorothy Neal, Jennie Head-
ley, Ellene Lippeatt, Ottie Silvers, Helen Hammack, Mary Corrinne
Deputy, Eloise Hutchinson. The Messrs. Wilford Nusbaun, Herschel
Bledsoe, Harold Kramer, Cecil Roeder.
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Wm. Winkler ...,.,. ....,.i......,,.,.......,,, ........... G l enn Neal
Aunt Jane, his sister ..,.. ,..,... M ildred Mason
Jane, his niece ,......,..... ,,..... . Iennie Headley
Bobbie Baxter .......... ....,., W ilford Nusbaun
Benjamin Moore ...,..... ............ E arl Wilson
Ting, a bell-boy ............... ........ A ustin Ballard
Sam, a colored porter ,,...,, ,.... F loyd McAtee
Kitty, an actress ...,....,......,............................ Ruth Ringer
Suzette, Aunt .Iane's maid ..............,... Eloise Hutchinson
Directed by Miss McBrien
Dealing with a play, "The Arrival of Kitty," which was not easy to
present, the Seniors of Union Hish School won renown for themselves
by giving its successful presentation on January 30, 1924. Not only
was this an eventful evening in the lives of the Seniors, but also in the
life of the community itself. This is true, for it showed what a line spirit
of coeoperation exists between the school and its patrons.
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FIVE STAGES IN LIFE'S'HISTORY
Poor little ignorant Freshies,
We know how you feel and act.
Tho' we were never as green as you,
Nerve, we sometimes lacked.
You wander around so lonely,
So helpless and ill at ease.
We sometimes joke and laugh at you,
But we know you try to please.
Smart and witty Sophomores,
Tho' in your opinion alone,
You think you know all there is to know
At high school or at home.
Never fear though, Sophomores,
Your day is yet to come.
You know more now than you ever will
When high school days are done.
Jolly and peppy Juniors,
You-none of the teachers dread,
For not even the hardest lessons
Are hard for your brilliant head.
You may not appear so jolly
To the rest of the school, you see,
But ask the teachers, they'll tell you,
What the deportment book tells of their g ee
Solemn and dignified, Seniors,
Who can say that without a laugh?
You do not live up to your name we fear,
But We like you even at that.
You appear to the rest rather bossy,
You love to use your powers,
But you'll only be with us this year.
We can endure you a few more hours.
Words can't describe our teachers,
We love them one and all.
They are always so kind and patient,
And are ready whenever we call.
They delight in "cutting" deportment,
And "exams" to them are great.
But ask us-we'll tell you different,
They flunk us, sure as fate.
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ESSAY ON GIGGLING
Giggling is regarded as a privilege of girls and voung children
alone, at least, by most people, and when a young man, like myself, for
instance, indulges in this so-called femine trait, he is stared at, laughed
at or laughed with, as if he had committed a bad breach of etiquette.
It has been said that no other animal on this green earth can
laugh except a human, and we have taken it upon ourselves to pre-
scribe to different classes, the different modes of delivering this evi-
dence of our superiority.
I have observed that the persons who are afflicted with this giggling
malady are always more natural, more independent, more carefree
and better thought of than the more reserved class of the human species.
When I think these thoughts, I long for that naturalness, that inde-
pendence, which is the birthright of the giggling element.
But the more I pine and sigh for this contentment, the further
away it seems. Sometimes I try to break into this select group of
gigglers, but I always meet with the same result. I must retire back
to oblivion and hypocrisy to keep company with the less daring, but
more lucky, of my companions.
Sometimes I think that I have reached the heights of my ambition
to giggle, and throw dull care to the four winds, but after these short
spells of foolish bliss, when I am thinking of adventure, I realize that
I have, from outward appearances, merely been having spasms or fits, and
I am more forceably reminded of this conclusion when I try to meet the
amused glances of my friends the next day.
One day I was invited to a dinner party where a celebrated humor-
ist and entertainer was to have the floor after the banquet. I pre-
pared myself for this honor with the greatest of care, and had a few
minutes to wait for the taxi. "Now," thought I, "I must not make a
fool of myself tonight. I will chuckle, smile, or look bored, but giggle-
never!" But alas! When I arrived, my host introduced me to his sister
from New York and I was struck to the heart with one of Cupid's
darts. In my desire to impress my new found darling with my ability
to be a good "mixer" in society, I decided that I must, at least, try to
giggle. So when the humorist cracked an especially good joke, I giggled
with the best of them, and escaped notice-but woe is me, for the next
joke was not so good, and the prevailing mood seemed to consist of
chuckles! And I giggled.
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women, my lady love among them, and a few men bending over me, and I
heard my host say, "Never mind, girls, he's all right now. I didn't know
you had these fits, my boy. Let's take a walk out in the open air awhile
and you'll be all right." But my answer was with the psalmist, "Oh
death, where is thy sting!"
Today I passed my former hostls sister and a few of her friends
on the street, and they actually had the insolence to giggle as they passed
Now, in closing, friends, please let me give you a little advice from
the book of experience. Never try to giggle unless you are in the privacy
of your own home or in the precious darkness of a movie theatre.
-Glenn Neal '24
SENIORS J UN IORS
Dorothy Alsman Dorothy Neal
Esther Wise Violet Walters
Austin Ballard Viola McCammon
Attis Pitcher Ethel Robinson
Ruth Ringer Elaine Puckett
Mildred Mason Corrine Deputy
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BNSKET BALL TE,-NNI UF 1923-24
llasliethall is our major sport at Union High Sehool. ln this sport we have been
very successful financially and have won ahout hall' of our ganies, We ended the sea-
son in good form, playing Sullivan in the clistriet finals to the count of L15-201. With
a look at our schedule, you will see we have played the strongest and fasitest teams in
southern lntliana. llowt-ver lvasketliall is young at Union Hitrh, anal with the material
she affords, Union will have a team of the highest caliliei' within a year or two.
The faculty and stuzlent hotly has stooil for clean amateur athletics, fail' competi-
tion, honest dealings and real sportsmtinship at all times. Although several of our
games were lost hy small margins, the team always came hack strongrer with the
The varsity will lose the service ot' Vaptain Gray, hack truarclg Wilson, eenterg
llawtin, center, anal Nuslxaun, who have made the ol'l'enee :intl llc-fence ot' the the Union
2lL1'll'I'f:'l.Z'2l,tlOIl harcl for the opponents to outelass.
llowever, U. ll. S. has left Reynolds, all district floor gxuardg Bleilsoe, Whaley,
Smith, forwartlsg Leaman antl Iltiggt-i', guards. Also there will he Wright, Owen,
Headley, H. Bledsoe, Stark and a host of l"i'eshman material out for herths next sea-
son, and Union will have on the floor, the hest team in the history of the school.
Athletics in our Alma Mater will always have our best wishes, and the ones leav-
ing' the team will cherish their thoughts oi' past experiences. 'l'hey, as alumni, will
hack athletics to the limit and with this assurance of the alumni body, our teams will
always have the lu-st of support.
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Captain Slim" Gray has certainly
made a good captain, and at all times
has had the confidence of his coach
and fellow players. "Slim" was a pow-
er at back guard, and his services will
suie be missed in the line up next
and was Captain of Central Normal
College Basket Ball team in 1916-17,
came to Union High school two years
ago. Since that time athletics at U.
H. S. have won recognition not only
in the county, but throughout the
state. Coach Small was always on
the job and never asked anything of
his boys which he would not have
been Willing to have done himself. It
has been due to his efforts that U. H.
S. went into the finals at the district
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"Tort" Reynolds, Captain elect,
flashy floor guard, known for his drib-
bling and head work, was placed on
the Wabash Valley second team and
also the all district first team. We
are surely fortunate to have "Tort"
with us next year.
"Wilson" at center, made a good
pivot player and his eye for the bas--
ket was at all times very accurate. A
glance at the score book verifies that
fact. Wilson also made the all dis-
trict first team.
BYIN US BLEDSOE
Bynus, who has a natural eye for
the basket, is a "fighter" and always
comes out of the game with a trio
of field goals. "Bynie" was put on
the honorable mention list in the Wa-
bash Valley Tourney. Good luck,
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Wilford Nubaum, "Wif," was one
of the hardest workers on the squad.
He kept training rules, and always
had the old time fight with the best
of attitude and sportsmanship. We
are sorry to lose "Wif" this year.
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"Chet" Whaley, superb at foul
pitching and his accuracy of shooting
goals under the basket, well earns the
name of "Sure-Shot Whaley." "Chet"
is a real fighter and should be an asset
to the varsity squad for the next two
"Tom," was known for getting the
ball off of the backboard and drib-
bling it up the floor. He was a good
"passer" and had a dead eye for the
basket. Tom is our prospective back
guard for next year.
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Warren Smith, "Smithie", was not
on the squad at the first of the year,
but later proved to be a valuable
basketeer and will be a splendid for-
ward on U. H. S. squad.
Herbert Hawtin, "Herb, although
this is his first and only year on the
varsity squad, he always showed
good attitude, and was well liked by
f the student body and fans. If "Herb"
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X would have made a name for himself.
Francis Dugger, "Dug," a hard
tighter, could play any position on
the team to the best advantage. He
is a "heady" player, both forward
and floor guard. No opponent looks
too big for "Dug" to mount.
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SCHEDULE OF 1923-24
30 vs Alumni 8
19 vs Sandborn 21
37 vs Colmont 11
10 vs Oakton 12
12 Vs Glenn fTerre HauteJ20
12 vs New Lebanon 25
16 vs Carlisle 24
9 vs Graysville 21
vs Owensburg 22
17 vs Freedom 10
13 vs Sandborn 20
32 vs Pleasantville 12
8 vs New Lebanon 24
28 vs Scotland 13
15 vs Glenn fTerre Hautel 32
28 vs Freedom 11
31 vs Graysville 27
21 vs Rockville 28
19 vs Graysville 23
20 vs Carlisle 21
46 vs Pleasantville 26
15 vs Fairbanks 11
25 vs Shelbourn 10
15 vs Sullivan 20
510 points Opponents 455
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GIRLS' BASKET BALL SEASON 1923-24
The 19223-24 season for the Union lligh girls' varsity basket-ball team,
has proved a flattering success, not only reflecting credit upon the team
but also bringing credit and satisfaction to the school and school authori-
ties. Sixteen games were played, Union High scoring in all 530 points
against their opponents 105. The varsity players that graduate will be
genuinely missed, but llnion High will not he without a nucleus of a good
team for next year. Many extremely good subs are eagerly awaiting their
chance to prove their metal in the coming season.
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COACH LEO QUILLEN
Coach Leo Quillen, the mentor,
pace setter, and originator of the
the girls' varsity of Union High of
1923-24 has successfully molded a ma-
chine that is second to none in the
district and state. Through his never
ceasing, untiring efforts he has placed
the girls' varsity of Union High on
the pinnacle of success, which has
made them the most talked of sextette
in the basket-ball world. We hope
Coach Quillen will be at the helm
Ruth Ringer, whom hardwood calls
"Babe Ruth" of the basket-ball, has
Won fame in the basket-ball circles
far and wide. She holds state honors
for individual scoring, and has never
played in a game where the opposing
guard has been able to keep her from
making fa majority of the team's
points. Capt. Ringer will be a great
loss to the team. Goodbye and good
luck to you, Ruth.
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Helen Hammack, Captain-elect, that
"jumping center" or sometimes called
"praying center," with another year
to go, is in a class all by her "lone-
some," She played a brand of speedy,
spectacular, and thrilling basket-ball
which made her an outstanding star,
not only in one game, but in every
Jennie Headley, that "running cen-
ter," has certainly showed her abil-
ity in her Senior year. She had a
world of fight and relayed the ball to
the forwards with a deadly quick ac-
curacy, which aided them to pile up
the score. Her loss will be keenly
felt by the squad next year.
Myra Evans, remembered to the
court fans as "the little, black, curly-
haired forward," could net the oval
from any position on the floor. For
instance, in the Glenn game she split
the net eight consecutive times. Myra
has prospects of a three year's "grand
and glorious" career.
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Helen Jones, at guard, has been the
y terror of all girls' sextets in this sec
tion of the state. Very few field goals
have been scored over her this sea
Bessie Ringer, when the whistle
blows and the ball goes up, "Tommie"
is on her toes and making life miser-
able for her guard. On defense she
is a tower of strength and is fast de-
veloping an eye for the basket. She
is just a Freshman, too! Tommie has
three more years yet.
son 5 and in passing Cif a little peevedj
she has the record of "Zev," "In Mem
oriam," or "Man of War," completely
Kathryn Puckett is a hard but clean
fighter. From the first blast of the
whistle to the final report of the
sc0rer's gun, she is lighting for the
black and gold. To Kathryn goes the
honor and glory of that awful nerve
racking 23-21 victory over Midland
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Ruth Pope, a Freshman at guard,
has proved herself equal to all occa-
sions. With playing arms, intercept-
ing passes meant for the opposing
team, coupled with her ability to
think at the right time, has saved
Union High a few defeats, for in-
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Bertha Reynolds, although a Fresh-
man, displayed the stamina, courage,
fight and coolness of a seasoned vet-
eran. When in the game, she was
one who could play either jumping
or side center, and play it well. Next
year she will surely win new laurels.
Luck to you, Bert.
Eloise Hutchinson has played her
last year under the colors of the
black and gold. As a custodian of
the opponent's goal, she aided mater-
ially in defensiveness of our team's
play. She enjoyed nothing better
than playing between her opponent
and the goal of which she was guard-
ing. tAsk Coalmontl.
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WHAT WE THINK OF THEM
WHY, OUR ALUMNI, OF COURSE!
"Our Alumni, God bless them," is the toast that is on the lips of
every Union High school student. Why? Because they are part of our
large school family, an-d are very near and dear to us. Then again, they
are "the power behind the throne," for, in everything we undertake to
do, they support us one hundred per cent. Another thing which makes
us unusually proud of them is the fact that many of them are making the
most of their opportunities, and are continuing their search for knowl-
cdge at some institution of higher education. This is shown by the reg-
istration lists of Indiana, Depauw and Purdue Universities. Other alumni
are attending colleges in Chicago and Cincinnati.
It is our duty, as loyal students of Union High Shool, too make it
the kind of a school to which each and every alumnus could look with
pride, and say, "It is my Alma Mater."
Myron Abram ......... ...... ..,..,........... .....,... D e t roit, Michigan
Harry Aikman ,,............ ........,.........,....... ,......, D e troit, Michigan
Melvin Dudley .,.,............,.............r...,.......,,........,................,.... Farmer, Dugger
Hazel Exline f,Mrs. Hazel Arnoldl ....l...........,...........,....,.........,....,..,,. Married
Cora Exline fMrs. Cora Molnarl ..,......... Killed in auto wreck, June 24, 1923
Elsie Edwards ........,...................s...........,.................,................,...is,.s,o,... Teacher
Maurice Ferguson ......,...........,.............,...,... Dental College, Indianapolis, Ind.
Edna Graham fMrs. James Willoughbyj ...,.,..,.,.........,.,.,................,.. Married
Dorothy Graham Q Mrs. Job Ormandyl ,..,..,..... ,...,.,,,. M arried
Clara Hammock fMrs. Marion Bedwelll .....,.. ......, T eacher
Sylvia Hunter ..............,....o..............................................,s.............sss....i..... Nurse
Ruby Keene QMTS. John Nitterhousel ..,.........,.................,................. Married
Avon Libke CMarriedl ......,,..........,,.,.,,... Dental College, Indianapolis, Ind.
George Luxton ............. ....,.............................,..-........g...... ll liner
Gladys Mitchell ,....., ,..,....... M usic Teacher
Ralph Miller ,,,,,,,, ...... I ndiana University
Emorv Page .....
Flo Schofield .......
,, ..,...............,.....,. Miner
Paul Scott ,,.,,,,,,,,,,, ....,,.,, I ndiana University
Covart Walters .....,... ..gg...................... T Gachel'
Russell Wyatt .,,,,,,, ,.,..... E vansville College
Thelma Whaley .....,.. .. ...... ..................- ...........,.............. T e acher
Wanda Yung ,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,...,,.,.,,,.,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,. .,,.,.,.. B loomington, Ind.
Pauline Yung CMrs. Harold Pirtlel ............ ...........,........... T eacher
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Dorothy Dugger ......A... ....... C incinnati Conservatory of Music
Guy Plrtle .............,....,o... .A.......,.o..,.o.,..,,...,,,.,,,,,,..,,,,,,,.,,,,.... M mer
Beatrice Hammersly ........
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Gertrude Jeffries ........ ' '
Vera Mae Benefielcl ........
Sherrill Deputy .......,...
Doris Leaman ........... .,..,,.. K indergarten College, Chicago
Maxine Ferguson ...o.... ' ' '
Ralph Robertson ........l.
Frank Reynolds ,..,.....,..,,
Mildred McLm ..........,,................................,....... .............,..A.... T eacher
Carl Houpt .......o....,.,r.................................,...,.,......... ............ C lerk
Marjorie Crabbe, fMrs. Marjorie Cravensj .r... ..,.... M arried
Naomi Hembree fMrs. Naomi Phillipsl ....... ..................... Married
Leola Jones ...v.,.................,.....................,..,....,. .................,.....,..... C lerk
Clyde Parker .,.......... .....,. .,............ F r anklin College
Elizabeth Teaslev ...,... C...........,.....,..,............... T teacher
Ruth Jones ................ ,...r,.r, P 'ort Thomas, Kentucky
Balford Arthur ...., .. ...........,..,..............,...r.. Detroit
Eulala Burge ......,.... ......... C lerk
Spencer Baker ......,.. ......... C lerk
Roy Richmond ......... ........ F armer
John Gall, our yell leader always had "PEP." When we had a basket
ball game at home or away from home, John was always there, and he
always had someone with him, yelling for all there was in it.
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Anna Gall, Anna, John's assistant, was always on the job. Every
time the girls had a game, Anna was there with the old "PEPP U. H. S.
is glad to welcome Anna back next year.
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Editor-in-Chief ,.F....A,.. ,,,,.,.. A ustin Ballard
Business Manager .4.F F.FFFF,F,.F Basil Ringo
Associate Editor eeeee,.,..,e..., ...e... F F ,e..ei.,...,.... Ruth Ringer
Assistant Business Manager. .is,..,,e,,.si Wilford Nusbaun
Literary Editor .,....,,is. ..,....s.ee F FF ...F..F...FFF Esther Wise
Art Editor FFFFF,F,F...F. .. FFFFF.F. Jennie Headley
Humorous Editor .F.F.FF,. FFFFFFF. M ildred Mason
Athletic Editor.. F. ..FFFF.FF.F.F Kenneth Gray
Alumni Editor ......FF ........ D orothy Alsman
Calendar Editor FFFFF FFFFFFFF I lorothy Bishop
llaving elected our Editor-in-Chief and Business
Manager at the end of our Junior year, we, the Seniors
of the class of 1923-1924, decided that unlike the Sen-
iors before us, we would allow the Faculty to select the
remainder of our Staff.
It was rather difficult to select the members be-
cause of the great amount of good material in the class,
but finally the deed was accomplished and we set to
work to publish the "Hoosier" for the third time.
With the hearty co-operation of the remaining Sen-
iors we were able to make our Annual a great success.
The Staff met regularly on Wednesday night at the
Dugger State Bank. We certainly appreciate such cour-
tesy as was given us. We were supplied with heat, light,
tables, and many other conveniences all free without
any cost whatever. We can hardly thank them enough.
The Staff seemed always to be in good spirits and
kept busily at work. We can truthfully say we have
had many valuable experiences.
The Seniors as well as the entire school feel very
proud of this book, knowing that our very best efforts
have been put forth. We hope patrons and students will
give the credit which is due it.
brought us the good news from the Franklin Newspaper Convention.
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, ,' SEPTEMBER
:Za n A I 1 'xp 310-School started on time Monday morning. It was
' ' " not "Blue Monday" as the Freshmen were so
ilwiiiiiiii 'x 4 numerous the atmosphere seemed fresh and
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Af J . - ll-No books. All eyes are watching the new teach-
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1, 1 - X12-"Aren't they sweetl- the new teachers could
gg hear students say if they "listened in."
SEP BER 14-First ball game between Alumni and U. H. S.
boys-you know who won.
16-Monday again! One week of Heaven has passed and now we're hav-
ing a "hot time" getting lessons.
21-Friday and everyone smiling. The Fair, of course, and the big Par-
ade at 4 :30.
23-Hurrah! "The Hoosier" won first prize in schools of our size. "Doc"
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9-Second Annual Staf meeting. "The Hoosier"
will be something to be proud of when the An-
nual Statf starts working.
10-One of the best trios of the county entertained
us this morning. They were found on the rail-
road by Mr. Hudson. The Basket Ball Girls
are walking stiff-sign of old age? No, just
practiced last night is all.
11-The school was highly entertained by Mr. Mar-
shall of Indiana Central Business College of
12--Mr. Small tried to tell us if it weren't for Col-
umbus, we wouldn't be here. Thanks, Chris, for
14-Basket Ball Girls and Boys counting seconds-last night was ,Sunday
night and they must be in bed at eleven. Close call, eh, Helen?
15-The Ladies Home Journal campaign is in the limelight now. In a
few days we'll see the results.
16-The teachers are all excited over I. S. T. A. and we are all excited
over four day's vacations. For once everyone is pleased.
22-Back to school again after vacation-seems like a reunion from the
noise in the assembly.
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23-"There's music in the air," and it's coming from the Assembly. lt's
Miss Ingleman playing the new piano that just came this morning!
That's what the Ladies Home Journal campaign did!
25-Mystery everywhere!! "The Fun Fest" is in full swing and tomor-
row will solve all the mystery.
29-The B. B. Girls and boys won the first game.
5 5-The girls played splendidly with Hy-
-' Novfne mera. The boys played wonderfully
ciixglfffi 0 --just one minute more and they
4 -A. -Wx would have beaten Sanborn. It was a
.V i'g?, Cd real game with real music and a real'
M ,,,D"I.i ' f lively crowd.
A f- if. PJ 6-Lost: A dashing forward by mar-
riage. The Basket Ball Team offers
a big reward for one just as good.
7-The last night for "Safety Last." Those who didn't go last night
must not miss it.
8-Report car-ds given out tonight. There will be a lot of heart failures,
especially in the Senior Class.
12-Armistice Day-half day off.
13-Tonight is Literary Club and the teachers will show what they really
14-At last the Seniors have paid for their rings. Now we must sit and
wait for them to come.
15-The rings came and such trying on you never saw! They are very
pretty and each one thinks his is the prettiest of all.
20-Day before visiting day. 5
22-Glenn High plays here tonight! Look out, Union! 3 ,-
27-Mr. Worley worked today with the Annual Staff.
DECEMBER 0 "4"
6-The bobbed hair fever has taken a fresh start. g '55,
Ruth and Mildred ioin the ranks. Mary Cor- X B:
rinne says, "Just wait until Dad gives in. D ' E R
,V 20--The operetta, "Miss Cherryblossomu tonight. It
x 'i ii V will surely be fine.
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l X -3373 21-Just four days until Christmas. Why all the
' fl ia angelic looks, no one knows!
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13-Dr. McBrien gave an interesting talk.
15-Click! click! No, 'tisn't St. Nick. Just the murmurings of the type-
writers in Room 5.
16-Special car to Glenn Friday night.
30-Oh, my goodness! It will be wonderful! The Senior play tonight,
"The Arrival of Kitty."
31-It was a "howling success." What? Why, "The Arrival of Kitty," of
4-lt's the cutest thing I ever saw. Dorothy Bishop
is smiling because-Well, she's an aunt again.
7-Eloise is strutting herself-she's the pround
aunt of a little niece.
8-f'When it rains, it pours," is true as true can be as
Ruth Ringer has a niece, too.
14-The Literary Club gave the cutest party and
F- E B R U I-l everyone received a valentine suited to their
15-The H. S. Trio gave us some vocal selections this morning with some
unfamiliar tunes of long ago.
Here's to Austin Ballard, C. C. Cole-
man, and Earl Wilson, who worked
with untiring zeal toward the making
of our scenery for the Senior play.
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT
Word cannot express our appreciation
of the work of our janitor. Although
he had little to say, he made up for it
in Work. He was busy from morning
until late at night, keeping the Union
l High School building clean and Warm.
To you, Mr. Humphries, We extend
our thanks and best Wishes.
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It is a rule at the high school of a certain Western city that no pupil
may attend the school while any of her family are suffering from infectious
One day Ethel confided to the girl that sat next to her in class that
her sister had the measles.
Her neighbor told the girl on the other side in strict secrecy, of
course, and so finally it came to the ears of the principal, who promptly
summoned Miss Ethel to her office.
"I hear your sister has measles," said the lady, in stern tones, when
the culprit made her appearance.
"Yes, madam," was the reply.
"Then what are you doing here? Go home and stay there until
she is cured."
The girl turned and walked toward the door. Just as she was turning
the handle she stopped and remarked:
"Perhaps I ought to mention, madam, that my sister is in New York."
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"What is the composition of a match?" asked the professor of
"A boy and a girl in a hammock," replied the smart scholar.
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"What is more to be desired in an accident than presence of mind?"
"I don't know. What ?"
"Absense of body."
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Woman's faults are many,
Men have only two-
Everything they say, and
Everything they do!
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Girl visiting in the country: "Ah, your son has very fine mannersg
he has just opened the gate for usf'
His mother: "Oh, that's nothing, he does that for the cows every
,al .AF of
"This fellow tells me that he has had the same automobile for five
years, and has never paid a cent for repairs on it. Do you believe that '?"
"I do," replied the other sadly. "I'm the man who did his repair work
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He Qtelling a hair-breadth adventurebz "And in the bright moon-
light we could see the dark muzzles of the wolves."
She fbreathlesslyl: "Oh, how glad you must have been that they
had their muzzles on !"
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Two negroes were lying behind a packing case on the docks of Brest
taking the labor out of the alleged Labor Battalion. Said one boastfully:
"Boy, Ah comes f'um a tough breed. Mah ole man done cut his
nails wif a ax an' brush his teef wif a file."
l"Huh, ain't so tough. Mah ole man am a plumber, an' twice a week
he done shave hisself wif a blow torch."
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A man was reprimanding his wife for continually asking for money.
"It's always the same story," he said. "Why, you seem to think I'm
made of money. I should like to know what you'll do when I'm dead.
You'l1 probably have to beg for money then."
"Well," said his wife, bitterly, "I'll be a lot better off than the women
who've never had any practice.
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She: "You remember about telling me that you hunted tigers in
South Africa? Well, I read that there are no tigers there."
He: "Quit right, quit right, my dear, I killed them all."
ALL MEN ARE CREATED EQUAL
"Yes," exclaimed the self-made man, singing his own praises lustily,
"I began life as a barefooted boy."
"And I wasn't born with boots on either," came the remark from a
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Ex-President Wilson, when at the head of Princeton University, was
deploring the promiscuous giving of honorary degrees. "Our universities
have learned of late," he said, "to distribute honorary degrees judiciously.
But in the past-well, in the past I met an uncouth person at dinner, and,
being told by an acquaintance that he had three degrees, I asked why it was.
'Well," said my friend, 'the third was given him because he had two, the
second because he had one, and the first because he had none' "
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He: "I fell over fifty feet."
She: "And you weren't hurt?"
He: "Nog I was only getting off a crowded car."
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"Gentlemen of the jury," erupted the attorney for the plaintiff, ad-
dressing the twelve Arkansas peers who were sitting in judgment on
their respective shoulder blades, in a damage suit against a grasping cor-
poration for killing a cow, "if the train had been running as slow as it
should have been rang if the bell had been rung as it ort to have been
rang, or the whistle had been blown as it should have been blew, none of
which was did, the cow would have not been injured when she was killed."
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"Hello, is this you, Abe ?"
"Sure, it's me."
"This is Abe Potash I'm talking to ?"
"Yes, yes. What do you want?"
"Well, Abe, I want to borrow fifty dollars for--"
"All right. I'll tell him as soon as he comes in."
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A Chicago boy's teacher asked him why he was so late. "Cause there
was a man arrested for stealing hens," he said, "and setting a house
on fire and knocking down five policemen, and mother sent me to see if it
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A supply house sent a bill to a certain undertaker for a casket. The
"I did not order the casket.
"If I did you didn't send it.
"If you sent it I did not receive it.
"If I did I paid for it.
"lf I didn't, I w0n't."
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FOR MOST ANY GIRL
"Why do blushes creep over girl's faces?"
"Because if they ran they would kick up too much dust."
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MAYBE IN BUSSERON, SOUTH AMERICA
Emory Stark in Freshman Botany: "There's a lot of cork trees in
Miss Cook: "l'm not very well acquainted with this part of the
country so maybe there are."
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Mr. McCammon was having a very bad recitation in Physiology Fi-
nally his patience was exhausted.
"Will you please pass to the assembly," he said. Hand don't Hoop your
ears as you go out!"
Father: "How are you getting along with yeour teacher at school '?"
Johnnie: "Not so good, daddy. She put me in the B class."
Father: "Well, hows is that ?"
Johnnie: "Oh, because I had the hives."
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When the donkey saw the zebra
lle began to switch his tail,
"Well, I never," was his comment,
"Saw a mule that's been in jail."
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A SLAM AT DAD
The daughter of a certain strict-principled old deacon had attended
a dance the previous night, much against her father's wishes. When she
appeared for breakfast the next morning, he greeted her with the words:
"Good morning, daughter of Satan."
To which the maiden respectfully replied:
"Good morning, father."
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"Where are you going, my pretty maid?"
"I'm going to sneeze, kind sir," she said.
"At who? At who? At who?" said he.
"A-choo! A-Choo! A-choo!" said she.
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"What ended Goliath ?" asked the teacher.
"Why, David smashed in upon his coco and his lights went out," re--
plied a modernist scholar.
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The codfish lays a million eggs
While the helpful hen lays one,
But the codfish does not cackle
To tell what she has'done.
And so we scorn the codfish coy,
But the helpful hen we prize,
Which indicates to thoughtful minds
It pays to advertise.
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A man is but a worm of the dust-he comes along, wiggles about
awhile and finally some chicken gets him.
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YOU CAN'T BEAT 'EM
A certain Irishman once applied for a job at the gas works.
Foreman: "What can you do ?"
Applicant: "Almost anything, sor," said Mike.
Foreman: "You seem to be O. K. Could you Cjokinglyj wheel out
a barrowful of smoke?"
Applicant: "Sure I could, if yer would fill it for me."
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Miss Cook: "It's an ill wind that blows nobody good."
Mr. Coleman: "It sure was sick when it struck me."
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Mr. Hudson Cto tardy studentb : "Why are you late?"
Tardy student: "Well, a sign down here."
Mr. Hudson: "Well, what has a sign to do with it ?',
Tardy student: "The sign said, School ahead: so slow !"
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Margaret Graham: "I've just finished reading 'The Last of the Mohi-
cans' over again and I enjoyed it as much as ever. You've read it of
Audrey Yung: "No, I must confess I haven't even read the first yet."
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"Why did not the lions devour Daniel when he walked coldly and
calmly among them ?" asked the Sunday School teacher.
"Because they did not like cold meat," responded the son of a rest-
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"Tommy," asked the teacher, "what can you tell of America's foreign
relations at the present time ?"'
"They're all pretty poor," said the brightest boy in the class.
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A prominent student submits this story of the city boy who wrote
his brother in the country as follows:
"Thursday we autoed out to the country club, where we golfed until
dark. Then we trolleyed back to town and danced until dawn. Then We
motored to the beach and Fridayed there."
The brother on the farm promptly wrote back: "Yesterday we bug-
ied to town, baseballed all afternoon. Then we went to Ned's and pok-
ered until morning. Today we muled out to the cornfield and gee-hawed
until sundown. Then we suppered and then we piped for awhile. After
that we staircased up to our room and bedsteaded until the clock fivedf'
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WHAT' ARE YOU WORTH?
According to scientific investigation the ingredients of a man are as
Fat enough for seven bars of soap.
Iron enough for medium-sized nail.
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"What have I to be thankful for? I can't pay my bills."
"Then, man alive, be thankful you are not one of your creditors."
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First Stude: "Why writing so fast ?"
Second Stude fonly more sol : "Well, you see, I've only a little piece
of lead left and I'm afraid it will give out before I finish this work."
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Automobile Owner: fafter a mishap in which a puppy has been run-
over: "Madam, I will replace the animal."
Owner of Animal: "Sir, you flatter yourself."
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In an east end of London a school mistress was reading to her class
Shelly's 1'Ode to a Skylark." To test the intelligence of her scholars she
asked if they could put into different wor-ds expressing the same mean-
ing, the line, "Hail to thee, blithe spirit-bird thou never Wert." An arm
shot up from the back row. "Well, Johnny, let us hear how you would
"Hi, cocky, you ain't no blinkin' bird."
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Diner: "I want some raw oysters. They must not be too large or
too small, not too salty and not too soft. They must be cold and I'm in a
hurry for them."
Waiter: "Yes, sir. Will you have them with or without pearls, sir?"
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Plutarchz "I am sorry that I have no more lives to give to my
Samson: "I'm strong for you, Kid."
Jonah: "You can't keep a good man down."
Cleopatra: "You're an easy Mark Anthony."
David: "The bigger they are the harder they fall."
Helen of Troy: "So this is Paris."
Columbus: "I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my Way."
Nero: "Keep the home fires burning."
Soloman: "I love the ladies."
Noah: "It floats."
Methuselah: "The first hundred years are the hardest."
Queen Elizabeth to Sir Walter Raleigh: "Keep your shirt on."
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Jo: "When I get married, I am going to get a girl that will take a
John: "She Will, when she takes you."
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May: "Goodness, my feet are wet!"
Fay: "Well, no Wonder, with those pumps you are wearing."
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"I really dislike to talk to herg she has such a habit of finishing one's
sentences for one. You know the kind?"
"Yes, they listen faster than you can talk."
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STREET CAR POETRY
I rose and gave her my seat,
I could not let her stand.
She made me think of mother, with
That strap in her hand.
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Manager: "A1'en't you the boy who applied for a position two weeks
John Gall: "Yes, sir."
Manager: "And didn't I say that I wanted an older boy."
John Gall: "Yes, sir. That's why I am here now!"
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Efficiency is the art of spending nine-tenths of your time making
out reports that somebody thinks he is going to read but never does.
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Bynus: "Do you paint?"
Hester H. "That's my business."
Bynus: "Well you certainly do know you business!"
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"All but a yard," said the workman.
"Where do you get your timber?"
"From the yard."
Thereupon the Frenchman gave up in despair.
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Scene: Our district school.
Dramatis personae: The teacher of Standard Four and Tommy, who
neither toils nor spins.
Teacher: "Tommy, you've not done a stroke of work again this
morning, and I've told you again and again that the devil finds work for
idle hands to do. Now take your exercise book and write that out twenty
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"I want to apply for a position as an expert amanuensisf'
"Well, what's stopping you?"
"How do you spell the pesky word ?"
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The doctors were holding a consultation beside the bed of a man who
was supposed too be harboring a diseased hipbone. "I believe," said one of
the surgeons. "that we should wait and let him get a little stronger
before cutting into him."
Before the other prospective operators could reply, the patient turned
his head and remarked to the nurse, "What do they take me for-a
as as az
"The human anatomy is a wonderful bit of mechanism."
"Yes, pat one kind of man on the back and you'll make his head swell."
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Soprano: "Did you notice how my voice filled the hall last night ?"
Soubrette: "Yes, dearg in fact, I noticed several people leaving to
make room for it."
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"Are all flowers popular?" asked the teacher.
"No, ma'am," replied one of the bright little girls.
"What flowers are not popular?"
"Wall flowers, ma'am."
Miss Adamson: "What is salt ?"
Sissy Schaa-d: "Why, salt is that that causes potatoes to taste bad
when there's none in them."
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Whatever trouble Adam had,
No man in days of yore,
Could say when he told a joke,
"I've heard that one before."
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Miss Ingleman, the teacher of music, was trying to impress upon her
pupils the meaning: of "f" and "ff" in a song that they were about to
learn. After explaining the first sign, she said, "Now, children, what do
you sayg if 'f' means 'forte,' what does 'ff' mean ?"
"Eight!" shouted one enthusiastic pupil.
We do not always realize how frequently we use the same sound to
express entirely different meanings. The puzzled Frenchman who was
making a visit to a Yankee shipbuilding plant realized it, however. He
saw a man working at a piece of timber and asked him what he was mak-
ing. "A yard," was the laconic reply."
"Is it nearly finished ?" the Frenchman asked.
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Dorothy A.: "I want some medicine to reduce flesh."
Dorothy A: "No, uncle."
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Student: "A fortune-teller told me that I had a lot of money coming
Mr. Coleman: "I had rather hear a paying teller say that."
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Seen on the Bulletin Board! Raincoat for sale. New Bargain! Won't
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Mrs. Ormandy: "But how can you support my daughter? Thirty
dollars a week won't pay your rent!"'
Floyd: "Surely you don't mean to say that you'll charge Nellie and me
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The Soph stood on the railroad track,
The train was coming fast.
The Soph stepped off the railroad track,
And let the train go past.
A Senior stood on the railroad track,
The train was coming fast,
The train got off the railroad track,
And let the Senior pass.
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FOR THE LAST JOKE
I shot an arrow into the airg
It fell in the distance-
I knew not where,
'Till a neighbor said that it killed his calf,
And I had to pay him six and a half.
I bought some poison to slay some rats,
And a neighbor claimed
That it killed his catsg
And rather than argue across the fence,
I paid him four dollars and fifty cents.
One night I set sailing a toy balloon,
And hoped it would soar 'till it reached the moong
But the candle fell out on a farmer's straw,
An he said I must settle or go to the law.
And that is the way with the random shotg
It never hits in the proper spot.
And the joke you spring, that you think so smart,
May leave a wound in some fellow's heart.
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Jack: "Didn't you see me downtown yesterday? I saw you twice
Jacqueline: "I never notice anybody in that condition."
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Bellhop fafter guest has rung for ten minutes! : "Did you ring, sir 7"
Guest: "No, I was tollingg I thought you were dead !"
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Lecturer: "Allow me, before I cose, to repeat the words of Webster."
Former Ito wifel : "Land sakes, Maria, let's get outg he's goinxr to
start on the dictionary."
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The sha-des of night were falling fast,
The fool "stepped on it" and rushed past.
A crash-he died without a soundg
They opened up his head and found-
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Farmer: "Well, son, what are you doing up in that tree ?"
Son: "Just got a letter from a corresponding school telling me to
,se use az
Mr. Hudson tafter exhausing patience on Commercial Arithmetic
Classl : "Some time ago my doctor told me to exercise every morning
with dumbells-will the class please meet me tomorrow morning before
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First Student: "Did you ever read, 'To a Fieldmouse'?"
Second Student: "No, how do you get them to listen ?"
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It was Kenneth's first day at school. When all the children were
seated, he raised his hand and said: "I can spell 'cat' and can count up to
seven and write my own name, so you won't have to bother to teach me
History professor: "Can you tell me what makes the Tower of Pisa
Corpulent Ida: "I don't know or I'd take some myself."
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"Johnnie," said his aunt, "did you enjoy the book I sent you Christ-
"H'ain't looked at it yet."
"Why, how is that ?"
"'Cause ma said I'-d have to wash my hands when I read it."
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A chap was arrested for assault and battery and brought before the
Judge Cto prisonerbz "What is your name, your occupation, and
what are you charged with ?"
Prisoner: "My name is Sparks, I am an electrician, and I am charged
Judge: "Officer, put this man in a dry cell."
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Teacher to Johnny Qfirst graderj : "Do you know yo
Johnny "I know two of them."
Teacher fvery sweetlyj : "And what two are they.
Johnny: " 'Let 'r gol' and 'Let 'r rip !' "
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A theological student named Fiddle
Refused to accept his degree.
It was enough to be Fiddle,
Without adding the Fiddle, D. D.
There was a thin maiden called Lena,
Who bought a new vacuum cleana,
But she got in the way
Of its suction one day
And since then nobody has seena.
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As Pat and Mike were driving their coal wagon down the avenue,
the were suddenly halted by a funeral procession. Pat waited in silence
until the hearse had passed and then turning to Mike, he slowly said:
"Mike, I wish I knew where I was going to die ?"
Mike: "But sure, Pat, what flood would it do ye?"
Pat: "Why, Mike, I'd never go near the place?"
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TWO HEADED MONSTER
"That young man of yours," said Father as Reva came down to
breakfast, "should be in a museum of living curiositiesf'
"Why, Father!" exclaimed Reva indignantly, "What do you mean ?"
"I noticed when I passed in the hall last night, he had two heads
upon his shoulders."
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Mrs. Newbride: "Well, Henry, if anything goes wrong, I will always
be able to keep the wolf away from the door by singing."
Mr. Newbride: "There isn't the slightest doubt of that, dear."
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She fback from a honeymoon from Switzerlandjg "Don't you re-
member that wonderful gorge in the Alps, dear?"
He: "Sure do, it was the squarest meal I ever had."
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MISSED HIM 17 TIMES
Escaped prisoner: "They surely must have hated to see me leave the
'pen' last night."
Pal: "What makes you think so ?"
Escaped prisoner: "Why, they fired a salute of seventeen guns as
I was leaving."
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Lady: "Have you a nice, creepy boook ?"
Clerk: "Yes, ma'am. Are you a bookworm?"
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SUMMER APT TO
Fall had come and Spring had gone,
And ice was over all'
I tried to run and make a spring,
Instead I took a fall.
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Mr. McCammon: "At least once in my life I was glad to be down
and out." '
Mr. Hudson :
Mr. McCammon : "Afte
"And when was that?"
r my first trip in an aeroplane."
V , er of tons of coal shipped out
of the United States."
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ight I dreamt I was married to th
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Dorothy B.: "I hear that Hank had an accident."
Eloise: "Yes, some one gave him a tiger cub, and told him it would
eat oti' his hand."
Dorothy B.: "Well ?"
Eloise: "It did
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"This paper says we are what we eat."
"Then I narrowly escaped being a bad egg this morning."
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Father: "My daughter sprang from a line of peers!"
Suitor to daughter: "Well, I jumped off a dock once myself!"
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Teacher: "Do you know where bad young men go ?"
"Sure, to Linton."
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She: "I wish fate had made me a boy."
He: "It did. I'm him!"
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A conductor on a southern railway train at a station in Georgia
asked the porter the other day if all express was loaded on his train. The
colored porter answered: "Yessir, all except the goat."
The conductor replied: "Well, why don't you load him?"
Colored porter: "Well, boss, he done chewed up where we was gwine."
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Miss Miller: "I don't feel preddy well, August, I haf a horse in my
August: "Dat is not right. You mean you have a colt in your head."
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"Everybody in our family is some kind of an animal," remarked
"What do you mean ?" remarked his mother.
"Why, mother, you're a '-dear,' you know."
"Yes, Tommy, and the baby is mother's little lamb."
"I'm the kid, sister is some chicken, Aunt is a Cat and Cousin Kate
is a birdg and Uncle Jim is an Ass, and little brother's a pig, Dad's the
"That is enough, Thomas." y
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And here's one about the Quaker whose patriotism got the better
of his religious scruples and who went to war. Crawling through No
Man's Land he spied a husky German. Raising his riflle to his shoulder,
"Friend, 'tis most unfortunate for thee, but thee standest just where
I am going to shoot."
And blazed away.
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BACK IN 1890
The world's most famous automobile manufacturer was working in a
A millionaire hotel owner was hopping bells.
America's steel king was stoking a blast furnace.
An international banker was firing a locomotive.
A President of the United States was running a printing press.
A great merchant was carrying a pack on his back.
A railroad president was pounding a telegraph key.
There's always room at the top-where will you be in 1954?
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The black haired waitress, very much out of sorts, sailed haughtily
up to the table at which sat the grouch customer. She slammed down
the cutlery, snatched a napkin from a pile and tossed it in front of him.
Then striking a furious pose-
"Whatcha want?" she snapped.
"Coupla eggs," growled the diner.
"How ya want 'em ?"
"Just like you, hard boiled."
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"How are you getting on at school, Alec ?"
"Fine, We're learning words of four cylinders now."
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Officer Cjust bawled outl : "Not a man in this division will be given
liberty this afternoon."
Voice: "Give me liberty or give me death!"
Officer: "Who said that?"
Voice: "Patrick Henry." .
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"Does this film end happily?" "It ends, happily."
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"How do you like those long dresses ?"
"Sallright. I got a good memory."
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Barber: "Your hair is getting quite grey."
Mr. Hudson: "I'm not surprised. Hurry up!"
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Another: "That's right. She keeps us guessing an-d yet we hate to
give her up."
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my head ?"
Druggist: "I wouldn't take it as a gift."
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Professor: "Class, I am dismissing you ten minutes early today.
Please go out quietly so as not to wake the other classes."
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Helen: "Have you heard it? Have you heard it? It's all over school."
Dorothy: "Oh! What? What?"
Helen: "Calm down: Only the roof."
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He: "Do you know I'm afraid I passed you by the other day, Miss
Adamson. Immediately afterwards I realized to my horror that I knew
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Katheryn P.: "What do you suggest for a rich uncle who is very
feeble and walks with difficulty?"
Lloyd H.: "How about a few banana peelings ?"
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Francis: "Why does Myra buy so many hats?"
Tom: "Well, she has to have something on her mind!"
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John R.: "How did you learn to play the Saxophone?"
Paul N.: "Oh, I had a tooter!"
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Pupil: "Ah! Who indeed ?"
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Saying it with flowers would never make enough noise to suit the
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Buster: "Do you think your father would make any serious objections
to our marriage?"
Josephine: "Oh, no, he has always humored my silliest wishes."
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Defendant fin a loud voicel z "Justice! Justice! I demand justice!"
Judge: "Silence! The defendant will please remember that he is
in a court room."
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A French woman, with a limited knowledge of English, and an Ameri-
san woman, with a limited knowledge of French, were introduced to
each other. The result of their efforts to use the other's languarge came
to this, as they parted:
"Reservoir," said the American.
"Tanks," responded her French acquaintance.
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Ethel: "Did you have the porch seat painted yesterday?"
Father: "Yes: why ?"
Ethel: "Well, Harold and I sat on it last night and Harold got paint
on his trousers.
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"Did I ever tell you that priceless story about the museum that had two
skulls of Henry VIII-one when he was fourteen and the other when he
was forty ?"
"No. Do tell me!"
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Glenn: "What size shoes do you wear?"
Floyd: "I wear nines. I went to the store to buy tens, but elevens
felt so good that I just bought twelves.
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Teacher: "We borrowed our numerals from the Arabs, our calendar
from the Romans, and our banking from the Italians. Can anyone think
of any other examples?"
Willie Willis: "Our lawnmower from the Smiths, our snowshovel
from the Joneses, and our baby carriage from the Bumps."
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Teacher fto dullscholarl: "Johnnie, can you name a cape on the
coast of Alaska ?" I
Johnnie fafter thinkinglz "No'm."
"Nome! That's right. Now the next boy name another."
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Dean: "Well, didn't you get my letter?,'
Culprit: "Yes, sirg I read it on the inside and it said, 'You're ex-
pelled! Then I looked outside and it said, 'Return in five daysf "
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He: "Yes, my great-grandfather planted this grove when he was
Sweet thing: "You expect me to believe that ?"
"Of course. Why not?"
"How could a boy plant such big trees ?"
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The small delivery boy was delivering to a new customer and had
encountered a huge dog in the yard. "Come in," said the lady, "he doesn't
The boy still hung back. "Does he swallow ?" he asked.
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"So you asked Geraldine to marry you?" asked a man of the other.
"Yes, but I didn't have any luck," replied his friend. "She asked me
if I had any prospects."
"Why didn't you tell her about your rich uncle ?"
"I did. Geraldine's my aunt now."
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"Good-bye, professor," said the sweet girl graduateg "I shall always
remember you greatfully, for I am endebted to you for all I know."
"Say no more," replied the professor, "Such a trifle is not worth
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He: "Going to have dinner anywhere tonight ?"
She, eargerly: "Why, no, not that I know of."
He: "Whew, you'll be awfully hungry by morning."
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girl in the primary department. S
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-lust across thc road, opposite the ncw UNION
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thank you for your patronage thc past year. our doors
are always open to you.
To thc parents: XYe are very grateful to you for
your cooperation in making our store licaclquarters for
your chi1dren's school supplies, for without your up-
proyal we could not haye made our little business ll
success. May Ciocl lmlcss you, is our prayer.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Rector.
Gladys: "That English professor of mine may be all right, but he's
altogether too interested in my family affairs."
Byrdie: "How come?"
Gladys: "Why he wrote on my last theme, 'Your relatives and ante-
cedents are very bad! "
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"No doubt appearance has a lot to do with one's success."
"But not so much as success has to do with one's appearance."
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George: "That horse knows as much as I do."
Steve: "Well, don't tell anybody. You might want to sell him some
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"You've put your boots on the wrong feet, darling."
"No, mummy, they're my feet."
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"I like cheeerfulness. I admire anyone who sings at his work."
"How you must love a mosquito."
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The primary teacher had taken great pains to explain the distinction
between surnames and Christian names. When Jennie was asked to tei.
in one statement, the surname and Christian name of her father, she
responded, after a little hesitation, "My father's surname is Johnsor.
and his Christian name is a Methodist."
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Mr. Overwaite: "Have you seen my belt around the house?"
His wife: "No, dear. Did you put it around the house?"
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To avoid a colorless existence, keep in the pink of conditiong do things
up browng treat people white, be well readg and get out onto the golf green
under the blue occasionally.
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Mother: "You mustn't ask so many questions. Don't you know
that curiosity once killed a cat?"
Daughter: "What did the cat want to know ?"
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"The unpatriotic, shiftless methods of Congress make me sick." "Write
a letter to your representative and tell him so."
"I don't know his name."
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"I am not going to talk long this evening," said the speaker. "I have
been cured of that. The other night I was making a speech when a man
entered the hall and took a seat right in the front row. I had not been
talking an hour when I noticed he was becoming figity. Finally he arose
" 'Shay, hoow long you been lecturing?
" 'About four years,' I replied.
" 'Well,' he remarked, as he sat down, 'I'1l stick around, you must
be near throughf "
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How would you feel if your family were composed of a Widow with little
Clarence Reynolds: "I'd feel like a corpse."
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"VVhy does a man have to get another man to blow his horn ?" asked
"Because you have to get someone else 'to put the tute' into substi-
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Ruth R. "It's strange I haven't seen Jennie since she dyed her hair
Dorothy B. "No, she's evidently keeping it dark!"
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Edna Norris: "Does sugar make you fat?"
Lucile Walters: "Well, it's apt to make you lumpy!"
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Wifie: "We must get a nurse for the baby."
Husband: "A nurse! What we need is a night watchman!"
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Gertrude: "Don't worry, dear, there are lots of other men in the sea."
Ruth C.: "Yes, but this one was a gold fish."
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"Now, Abey," he said, "Vat is two times two ?"
"Six, mine fadderf'
"Oy mine Got, Abey, vill you never learn? Two times two is four,
"'But, mine gordness, fadder, what for are you in business? Couldn't
you jew me down two ?"
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If brevity is the soul of wit, some of our U. H. S. Students are
witty. I heard two talking in the hall. One said: "G'eat? The other
said: "No, J'ew ?"
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"They are used to training."
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She took my hand in sheltered nooks,
She took my candy and my books,
She took that lustrous wrap of fur,
She took those gloves I bought for her,
She took my words of love and care,
She took my ffowers, rich and rare,
She took my ring with tender smiles,
She took my time for quite awhile,
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She took whatever I would buy,
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She was new, as a driver. She justed missed the fire hydrant, ran
over the curb and brought her electric finally to a stop in front of a side-
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"Bring out your scales, please," she said.
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Of contrite heart as e'er throughout.
Bear witness! Were you promised true?
Did any feature we eschew?
If not, my dear friends, let me seek
Approval of our efforts meek.
And have we failed in our intent,
In after times We shall repent.
Now critique's judgment we implore
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Your pardon, pleaseg we wish to rest.
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