Kirklin High School, 1922
FacultyJ. C. McBBIDE
Principal, Mathematics, Physics
MRS. T. C. McBRIDE
Junior High School
Latin, Domestic Science
Assistant Principal, Commercial Arithmetic, Physiology
WILLIAM K. KING
CLAUDE L. HOPPES
Manual Training, Botany
Music and Art
Senior ClassGERALD BROXSON "Bill"
"'Tis a wise man who shuns the arts of women."
HELEN McKINNEY "Mac"
"She spoke choice words and measured phrase above the reach of ordinary men."
HAROLD HOPP "Chirp"
"Life is a joke and all things show it, I thot so once and now I know it."
"She is always there when we need her most, She's clever, patient and kind, So here's to the girl with the talents a host, So rare and so charming to find."
GLAVIS JEFERIES "Jeff"
"All great men are dead,
And I'm not feeling very well myself."
"He laughs; she frowns; there's nothing in our moods, they change most every minute."
A. H. CALDWELL "Abo"
"Never worried, always hurried, Always happy, never free (?) Never caught with a solemn thot. But ever grinning as you can see."
"Always happy, rain or shine, Nothing affects this grin of mine."
ERNEST ROHRABAUGH "Bed"
"Oh! That I lived in the desert of Sahara forever with my 'Camels'."
LELA MOORE "Lou"
"Haste is a thing, foreign to my nature, I love deliberateness."
LA VAUGHN BOULDEN "Skinny"
"Oh music! sphere-descended maid, Friend of Pleasure, Wisdom's aid."
MARY BOGAN "Betty"
"As much fun as she is tall, And she's the tallest of us all."
B. J. WBIGHT "Arg"
"Modest boys never grow fat."
MARY STEVENSON "Steve"
"He luffs me—he luffs me not."
BERNARD PAGE "Bunny"
"Tell you what I like the best-Like jest to get out and rest, 'En not work at nothing else."
ELSIE KING "Else"
"She rises with the cowbell, We've never found a better, She's just as punctual at meals, As in her daily letter."
JOHN PURCIFUL "Monk"
"Conspicuous by his good behavior."
IRENE PETERSON "Reims"
"Edison's latest improved talking machine. No discs and no winding required. Just listen."
CLAUDE WARD "Wardie"
"His one weakness is the ladies."
KATHERINE PURCIFUL "Katie"
"Is often seen but seldom heard from."
DANA GIPSON "Gip"
"Generously endowed with athletic ability; A success in all, and with much agility."
DOROTHY FERGUSON "Dot"
"Silence is golden."
"My heart is fixed."
"Slow but sure."
"She is so very meek you would never suspect her going out nights."
"Laugh and lie fat."
“Life is too short to hustle."
Senior-Freshman DayOn January 12, 1922, the Seniors celebrated a holiday. They lowered their dignity and appeared at school in their supposed Freshman apparel. The boys were dolled up in knee trousers, large bow ties, preferably red and green in color, and "cocky" hats. The girls with their hair braided or hanging down their backs in curls tied with ribbons of every hue, appear ed with their chewing gum, and the proverbial stick of striped candy.
About five minutes after the 8:15 beel rang the Freshies began to arrive. The first arrivals were R. J., Abe, Dana, Gerald, and Ernest, who created quite an uproar in the assembly. A few minutes later Claude came in and like an awkward Freshman he stubbed his toe just as he en¬tered and dropped all of his books. The girls came lagging in about ten minutes late, some with their dolls and playthings and all with their precious stick of candy. Glavis and Harold were the next to arrive. Of course we heard Chirp's green tie before he left town and Jeff had on white stockings and knee trousers upon which large pearl buttons were shining. Naturally the last member of the class to arrive was LaVaughan. She came stumbling in with her little two by four suit case and a poodle dog. John Purcifull and Ray Carmack were awarded the booby prizes for appearing in the best costumes. Their dignified ideas would not permit them to don their Freshman apparel.
The first class called was the "Juvenile" History class. Mr. King told them the story of Columbus and his discovery of America, after which he excused them, to go and visit other classes. They roamed over the building visiting the grade rooms. To be sure, the underclassmen failed to accomplish much while the suedo Freshies were romping and playing over the building.
At 10:45 the High School Grammar class, which consisted mostly of Freshies, was called. Miss Kiphart told them the interesting story of "The Three Bears" before taking up the regular lesson.
The Seniors enjoyed the day very much. At 3:45 they were dismissd and wandered home, thinging [sic] of the good time they had had during the day.
|Name||Prefix||Strong Points||Always Found||Known By|
|Baker||Blanche||Her Smile||At home||Good looks|
|Bogan||Cap||Basketball||At Grandma's||Always Pleasant|
|Bronson||Bill||History||At the hotel||Length|
|Carmack||Farland||Manly Stride||In front seat||Artistic Taste|
|Caldwell||Abe||Teasing||Campbell's Cafe||Business-like manner|
|Ferguson||Dot||Too numerous to mention||Southeast of town||Black hair|
|Hopp||Chirp||Honesty||On the farm||Ability to argue|
|Hutchison||Shorty||Lessons||Pegging along||Her smile|
|Jeffries||Jeff||Jokes||With Irene||His laugh|
|King||Elsie||Chewing gum||In a coupe||Bashfulness|
|McKinney||Helen||Dimples||In the hall||Her height|
|Moore||Lelah||Tickling the ivories||At the piano||Her dancing|
|Page||Bunny||Sleeping||Where he should not be||Oratorical ability|
|Peterson||Irene||Flirting||Before a mirror||Complexion|
|Purcifull||Monk||Whispering||In a Ford||Scholarly air|
|Rohrabaugh||Red||Athletics||In mischief||Auburn skypiece|
|Stevenson||Mary||Primping||In an Oakland||Eye-lashes|
|Ward C.||Wardie||Long distance calls||At telephone office||Ambition|
|Ward E.||"S"||Kidding||Working||High standings|
|Wright||Ferol Venus||Fussing||Up town||Ability in Latin|
|Wright||Scrappy||Drawing||In Frankfort||Early rising|
Junior Class RollAudrey Amos
Sophomore Class RollKenneth Allen
Maze Eloyze Cox
Freshman Class RollFred Amos
Eighth Grade RollMabel Boyer
Seventh Grade RollClarice Armstrong
Mary Fern Templeton
Glenn Van Tyle
Barbara Catherine Harding has joined the Glen Harding family.
Basil Myers is planning an athletic career for John Erwin.
Way down in Houston, Texas, John Fredrick Johnson has joined our ranks. His mother was Edith Goar, class of '10.
Virgene Ruth Myers is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Myers of Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Timmons are the parents of a baby girl. The little Miss has been named Virginia Helen.
George Losey Harding has arrived at the home of Dr. L. L. Harding.
Fern McKinney Wheatly is happy because of little Seth Judson.
Mary Fern Campbell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Campbell.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Walker are the proud parents of Glen Gordan Walker.
Don Eugene McPherson is a future football star for K. H. S.
A baby girl has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McKinney.
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Green are the parents of a little daughter named Betty Catherine.
Another far-distant member is William Judson Costlow. His "Dad" is Jesse Costlow, class of '07.
Miss Alice Wilson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. Wilson of Wabash and Kenneth W. Huffine, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Huffine, were married at the home of the bride's parents. They will live in Muncie where Mr. Huffine is employed as Effi-ciency Engineer in the Duranc Motor Works.
Miss Lucille Gorham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Gorham, and Irwin Mc¬Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lem McDonald of Lebanon, were married at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. McDonald is a contractor and for the present time they will make their home with the bride's parents.
Miss Cleo King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parley King, and Glen Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wes Wallace, were married at the home of Rev. N. H. Vandervort. They will reside with the groom's parents.
Miss Anna Kingsolver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kingsolver, and Glen Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kern of Frankfort, were married in their own home, 756 E. Boone street, Frankfort, by Rev. Francis. Mr. Kern is in the government service in that city.
Miss Mary Snodgrass and Mark Rhoads of Columbia City were married at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Laura Snodgress. Mr. Rhoads at the present time is the County Treasurer of Whitley County. Columbia City will be their future home.
Miss Adelia Stevenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Stevenson, and Dorval Jessop of Sheridan, were married at the Presbyterian Manse at Frankfort by Rev. Harry Grain. They will make their home in Sheridan.
Miss Esther Berryhill, daughter of Attorney and Mrs. J. M. Berryhill and Har¬old K. Harding, son of O. V. Harding. were married at the home of the bride's parents. They will live in Edinburg where Mr. Harding is Manual Training teacher in the High School.
Miss Carrie Stowers and Floyd Kingsolver were married at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Stowers. They will reside for the present with the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Kingsolver.
Miss Madge Moore and Russel Stowers were married in their home in Kirklin by Rev. Cary Montgomery of Forest. Mr. Stowers is in business with his father. Mr. R. J. Stowers.
"Again the shadow moveth o'er the dial plate of time."—Whittier
|Class of 1901|
|Name and Residence||Remarks|
Wm. Jacy Titus. 1710 Central Ave., Indianapolis
C. F,. Hiatt, 12 Ridgeway, Middlesex County, Enfield, England
Goldie Ulm Miller, 3822 Collge Ave., Indianapolis
Elma Parker Goar, 800N. Jackson St., Frankfort
|Class of 1902|
Agnes Ammerman Kelts, Forest
Glen Harding, Kirklin
Flossie Bennett Lawrence, Mechanicsburg
|Class of 1903|
Goldie Rector Sparks, Kirklin R. R. 3
Everett Goar, Houston, Texas
Macy Titus, 5563 West 63rd St., Chicago
Glen Hendricks. Kirklin R. R. 3
|Class of 1904|
Marie Osborn Martin, Springfield, Mass.
Clarence Snodgrass, Frankfort R. R. 4
Sylvia Hart Meal, Lebanon R, R.
John Hillis, Michigantown R. R.
James G. Wilds (Accidentally killed. Dec. 1. 1920)
James King, Manila
Milo Hart, Kirklin
D. P. Turner, Florida
Secy. For F. H. Thompson, Importers and Exporters
|Class of 1905|
Wm. N. Parker, Kirklin
Maurice Green, Kirklin R. R.
Ormsby Hiatt, Kirklin
Vern Vandervort, Kirklin
Grace Stewart McMurtry, Frankfort
Celia M. Kiphart, Kirklin
R. R. Carrier
Teacher Kirklin High School
|Class of 1906|
Gladden Ewers, China
Arvid Ferrier, 551 E. Walnut St., Frankfort
Murray Hart, Lebanon, Mo., Plato Star Route
Bliss Maple, Richmond
Blanche Kelleher Parker, Kirklin
Virgil Reed, Kirklin
Lee Titus, Owanla, S. D.
Teacher Richmond H. S.
|Class of 1907|
Jess Costlow, Susk, Wyoming
Losey S. Harding, Peoples Life Bldg., Frankfort
Leona Cast Kutz, Tipton
Paul Kutz, Tipton
|Class of 1908|
Ethel Thompson Bolts, Colfax
Pearl Stewart, Kirklin
Lisle Harding, Kirklin
Eldon Dunn, Michigantown
P. G. Puterbaugh, Chicago, Ill.
Clerk, B. H. Gorham
Asst. Cash. Farmers Bank
Instructor in Chicago, Dental College
|Class of 1909|
Ethel Fulkerson Snodgrass, Frankfort
Frances McPherson Reed, Kirklin
Vern Fulkerson Dunn, Michigantown
Carl Jordan, Los Angeles, Calif.
Karl Huffine, Crawfordsville
Ralph Titus, Selv, S. D.
Locy Myers, New York
Hazel Lambert, Seattle, Wash.
Leonard Cash, Lebanon
Orvan Johnson, Kirklin
John Kutz, Kirklin
Truman Stowers, Kirklin
Ralph Pritchard, Mines Rolla, Mo.
Leslie Amos, Indianapolis
Robert Snodgrass, Kirklin
Alumni Secy, and Coach, Wabash College
With Nalcomb S. Hoke Mfg.
Teacher No. 5
With City Baking Co.
|Class of 1910|
Mildred Hotchkss Rector, (Deceased)
Edith Gear Johnson, 815 Harold St., Houston, Tex.
Earnest Johnson, Kirklin R. R. 2
Roy Myers Indianapolis
Bas Myers, Kirklin
|Class of 1911|
Earl McDonald. Lebanon
Carl Lambert, Lebanon
Carl Hutchison. St. John, Mich.
Richard H. Inman, (Deceased)
Mary Snodgrass Rhodes. Kirklin
Earl Ferguson. Sheridan
Pauline Nolte Hopp. Kirklin
Mary Kingsolver Merrell, Kirklin
Ruth Costlow. Kirklin
Floyd M. Derrick. Michigantown
Ralph Reed, Frankfort
James E. McPherson, Kirklin
Virgil King. Kirklin R. R. 2
Lottie Wallace, Anderson
Roberta Page Titus. Fort Valley, Ga.
Okie Rector Johnson, (Deceased)
Harry Floyd, Kirklin R. R. 3
Teacher, K, H. S. Latin and Domestic Science
Stenographer for Attorney Samuel Johnson and Lawyer Frank Kimhall
|Class of 1912|
Elsie Smith Armstrong, Michigantown. R. R.
Kathylin McBride Beahout, Michigantown R. R.
Kathrine Chalk Huffine. Crawfordsville
Carrie Wallace Scircle, Michigantown R. R.
Owen Finney. Petroleum
Claude Johnson, Kirklin
John Stewart, Frankfort
Loyal Maple, Nogales, Arizona
Fleet Roush, Frankfort
Jess Robinson, Michigan town R. R.
Floyd King, 2251 N. New Jersey, Indianapolis
Edith Robinson. Kirklin
Blanch Ferguson Aldrich, Kirklin
Bookkeeper, 1st National
Deputy County Treasurer
Union Trust Company
Clerk B. H. Gorham
|Class of 1913|
Mae Campbell Weaver, Kirklin
Rowe King, Sheridan
Glen Mullikin, Kirklin R. R.
Edith Wiley, Lebanon R. R.
Cuba Cast Stewart, Frankfort
Lulu McDonald Dunn, Hillisburg
Iloe Bowers, Kirklin
Isola Dunn Parsons, Muncie
Roy Lanham, Michigan
Vern Bond, Kirklin Farmer
Blanche Hutchison Languell, Thorntown
Fanny Templeton McDonald, Lebanon
Lucile Page Floyd, Kirklin
Vania Ryan Whaley, Kirklin
Ethel Kreisher Harding, Kirklin
Ruth Stowers Merrill, Kirklin
Alvah Miller, Lebanon R. R.
Mary McClamroch Kutz, Kirklin
Paul Buntin, Kirklin
Beryl King Johnson, Kirklin
Dwight Campbell, Ambia
Marie Ward Underwood, Frankfort
Teacher in Jamestown Schools
Teacher, Kirklin High School
|Class of 1914|
Carmon Titus, Esmond, North Dakota
Ruby King New, Kirklin R. R.
Charles Keeling, Sheridan
Ferdinand Nolte, Lebanon
Paul King, Indianapolis
Anna Kingsolver Kern, 752 E. Boone St., Frankfort
Everett Johnson, Kirklin
Earl McKinney, Kirklin
Glen Neeves, Kirklin
Clarence Blaine, Frankfort
Claude Wiley, Lebanon
Rowe Myers, Kirklin
Lulia Cast, Kirklin
Harold Hickey, Sullivan, Illinois
Teacher, 4A-5B, Kirklin
|Class of 1915|
Roy Silver, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Ethel Amos Reese, Indianapolis
Lucile Gorham McDonald, Kirklin
Bertha Strohl Auble, Forest
Ralph Underwood, Kirklin
Wiley Walker, Kirklin R. R. 2
Kenneth Huffine, Muncie
Earl Smith, Frankfort
Floyd Myers, Hammond
Nelson Amos, Kirklin
Gerald Kreisher, Kirklin
Graduated from Depauw University June 15
Clerk, Ray McDonald
Efifciency Engineer Durane Motor Co.
Clerk, H. E. Cast
|Class of 1916|
Fern McKlnney Wheatery, Tipton
Carl Hart, Kirklin
Lena Lambert, Lebanon R. R.
John Stevenson, Kirklin
Ruth Hopp. Kirklin
Harold Underwood, Kirklin
Jerrine Stevenson Campbell, Kirklin
Ruth Cast, Kirklin
Dillie Hamilton. Kirklin R. R.
Paul Stowers. Kirklin
Garrett Cunningliam, Sheridan R. R.
Lillie Myers Finney. Petroleum
Helen Amos, Mishawaka
Floyd Kingsolver, Kirklin
Lowell King, 2251 N. New Jersey, Indianapolis
Elza Burleson, Chicago
Janitor, School Building
Student, Otterbein College
Bookkeeper at Telephone Office
Teacher, 3B-4B. Kirklin
With Union Trust Co.
|Class of 1917|
Paul Pope, Frankfort
Giles McKinney, Sheridan
Herbert Huffine, Francesville
Wm. Kingsolver. 1525 E. Michigan, Indianapolis
Arthur Wiley, Lebanon
Geo. Plough, Sheridan
Media Burgess Louks, Carmel
Carrie Stowers Kingsolver, Kirklin
Lottie Morton, Indianapolis
Florence Burgess, (Deceased)
Anne McKinney, Kirklin
With McDougall Co.
Teacher, Technical H. S.
|Class of 1918|
Gladys Templeton King. 2251 N. New Jersey, Indianapolis
FloDella Cast, Kirklin
Raymond Rohrabaugh, Franklin
Cleo King Wallace, Kirklin
Burl Johnson, Indianapolis
Nola Wiley, Indianapolis
Fern Gipson, Kirklin
Harold Harding, Edinburg
Carroll Nolte, Bloomington
Ho Neal, Kirklin
Glen Lanham, Bay City, Michigan
Una Hauk, Rossville
Artie Stewart, Kirklin
Blanch Ferguson, Kirklin R. R. 1
Stanley Strohl, Franklin
Student, Franklin College
With Oliver Plow Works
Nurses' Training Course at the St. Vincent Hospital
Teacher, Edinburg H. S.
Student, Indiana University
Teacher, Rossvllle H. S.
Student, Franklin College
|Class of 1919|
Mable Baker Timmons, Colfax
Madge Vandervort Stewart, Greencastle
Ruth Gorham Rainey, Bloomington
Zella Hutchinson, Indianapolis
Maurice Walker, Kirklin
Kermit King, Kirklin
Lloyd Cast, Crawfordsville
Alvin Cast, Bloomington
Arthur Moore, Lebanon
Everett Amos, Kirklin
Adelia Stevenson Jessup, Sheridan
Mildred Burgess, Frankfort
Olive Campbell, Kirklin
Madge Kreisher, Kirklin
Eva Coy Scheldmeir, Kirklin
Student, Madame Blaker
Out West on a Ranch
Student, Wabash College
Student, Indiana University
Student, Valparaiso University
Strand is her place of Business
Clerk, B. McKinney
|Class of 1920|
Ruth Templeton, Kempton
Jennie Coy, Kirklin
Zelma Clark, Frankfort
Lena King, Kirklin
Ruby Purciful, Frankfort
Charles McClamroch, Lafayette
Student, Purdue University
|Class of 1921|
Floyd Boyer, Kirklin
Cosy Bogan, Kirklin
Clarence Burns, Kirklin
Carl Buntin, Kirklin
Irene Burns, Kirklin
Lowell Birden, Kirklin
Jessie King, Kirklin
Basil Carmack, Kirklin
Ethelyn Rowe, Kirklin
Arnott Morton, Lebanon R. R.
Leah Sharp, Frankfort
Russel Stowers, Kirklin
Carey Spray, Frankfort
Teacher, No. 1
He wants a JOB
Teacher, No. 3
Student, Business College, Frankfort