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The Central Record, Thursday. June 7, 1917.
ii:ihH3mi:kh Act WMIle Is comraplet i Mow- Jhryx. the 7 emit ZJ fJ - -J I For a short time vc arc offering each customer ordcrine a Suit or Overcoat, from the SPRING AND SUMMER LINE OF freGlLOBB TAILORING CO. of Cimcnmisaatl5p a FANCY VEST OR A PAIR OF TROUSERS, FREE. Every garment "NeldmMou)i:d" to your met.sure, thus making your satisfaction sure. Step in and let us take your measure, to-day. Logan, & Anderson Bros i join of Forest of the House of Stapp. I Georgia, of the Home of Moss whom tlit Class Nineteen-Seventeen iliil make their president, and nlded in making this chronicle. So it enme to pass tlmt lifter the four years of the sojourning together tliat of the forty-two who entered the Land of Knowledge mnl dwelt these months ill tins Temple of Vidom. only seven teen will depiirt, for verily the gate Is broad into High School tut narrow is the path out through tile gate of grad imtion, bihI few Imve found it r.il thil have thev dwelt Hi remou nt. le peace and harmnnv for all these four rventful years, and soon must de I mi to land the) know not of, to do thev know not what. I Miss Brashear lo Leave l'atrons. pupil and faculty alike ex press a deep regret at the resignation of Miss Sue Hrashear, who for twelve, year has been the popular and ellicient , first grade ti-iic-h'r in Lancaster school. 1 Miss Hrashear goes to teach in her Alma Mater Cvnthiuua. The Class UH7. received their "start" under Miss Hrashear, and it seems a coincidence that they leave nt same time. Another Estimate of a College Education. Dr. Arthur Holmes, of Pennsylvania, State College, tixe.s the in imentarv val ue of n College education nt from f 1?, CHHi to SJO.WO His estimate was based upon a comparison of salaries of college trained men with those not having the same advantages. According to Dean Holmes, the average yearly salary of the college man I $1.17. while f.lls is the average income of the non-college man. a difference of more tean SCO in favor of the man with higher training. Thirty eBrs work will make this ad vantage worth Sl.N.loo, according to Demi Holmes' calculation. TAKEN FROM THE HIGH SCHOOL BULLETIN Class Chronicle CHAITKK I. Now the history of Class of Nineteen Seventeen, of the High School, of the city of Lancaster, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky reads this wise: In the nineteen-thirteenth yearof our Lord, in the eighth month, during the leadership of one known as M. L. Ca neer. a man of wisdom, whose vice was Miss Mabel Mason, into this land of learning, there entered, as first possess ors of the New Temple of Wisdom, forty and two seekers after knowledge. Some came directly from the eighth grade, already stored w'th that goodly wisdom; some were green and fresh from a distant land; some had been till ers of farms; and some had been at tracted from other Temples ot Wisdom. And it came to pass, as thev did come they were welcomed bv those leaders. It also came to pass that they were taken in by a lawless number called Sophomores, who did seek todraw their Freshman blood. Verily have they been martyrs to the cause of wisdom. After they had dwelt in this land they fell it with the customs and became ns one, Now it came to pass, that for many months of this time, these folk did hap pen to various infirmities, called athlet ics which only time, not the instructors was able to cure. Yet none were lost to the living. And it alsocame to pass that when the Hook of Graduation was opened, many began to make excuses. One said, "my eves are weak; I cannot continue." One hastened to remark, "I um needed at home, and cannot graduate." Anil others ventured, "we are dense ami cannot learn". One maiden said, "I prefer to be married; I need nut grad uate". And so it came to pass that cf this goodly nutnLer fuur and ten had made excuses. CHAITKK II. Now it came to puss, vlien another separate year had started, those of the j eight und twenty, now remaining, were I transported to an Upper Chamber of of this Temple of Wisdom. Anditfur- tll , I...U ll. Illl.d tIlUt 114 till. II. tlV llllllll. ... , l . ; this chronicle lum- lii'U mis iniiM ui icitfiiiii, iui-o(7 other" remembered their own greenness und as tile Sophomores had shown to them, even so did they unto thee new Freshman. During all this second year, many small skirmishes with neighboring gangs of athletes brought defeat and vuilous heartaches. And it came to pass, at tilt end cf this second year, the Hook of Graduation was again reopened and now live of these lustv Youths did make excuses ind departed, CHAITKK III. Now it came to pass of this Class of NineUen-Seventeen, twenty only enter ed Into the Other Itoom where frowned Miss Kobinson. the teiri Hut just in this year began, a maiden fair to lok upon, having strayed from another journeying company, was welcomed by this worthy class and this gleeful num ber now consisted of twenty-four. And it came about, as their pride in creased.thls class wished forsignets be fitting their station. Then plundering cities for fine jewelry, they, as a class, possessed themselves of rings, Iloman chased and lettered. And behold it did likewise come to pass, during the months of this year, that these Juniors be thought them of their Social debts. And so thinking th-se things, the Class made many a feast to which was bidden the friends in honor of Seniors.todevourtne mountains of frozen whiteness and sun dry rich viands. This wa3 an exceeding glad season. And at the end of these months as Juniors, again came forth this Hook of Graduation which caused, with usual Commencement Calendar Thursday, June 7, 7:15 Operetta - Un der the Stars and Stripes -Children from Grades I to VIII. Friday, Jure , 7:15 -Senior 1'Iay Hicks nt College. Saturday. June i, llecital - I'iano Department. Sunday, June IU. 7: lt Sermonjto Grad uating Class Iiev. Horace Kingsbury Danville. Monday. June 11, 7:15 IJecital I'iano Department Tuesday. June 11. 7:I5-I!ecital-Kx- pression Department. Wednesday, June Ut, 7;I5 Commence ment exercises Address to Graduat ing Class - I'rof. C. C. Freeman. Transylvania College. Honor Roll Second Grade Shirley Denny, Dorothy Dunlap. Linda Whittaker, Edward Estes, James Watson. Fourth Grade Dorothy Moss, Hender son Itogie, V. A. Lear. Jr., Edith Moore, Nancy Thompson. Fifth Grade- I.enna Aldridge, Hessie ; Lee Walker, Hazel Champ, Maud Dav is, Myrtle Lee. Lillian Iloyle. Sixth Grade Kebekah Siler, Morris Swinebroad, Elizabeth Hagan. Helen panic, full of this Valiant number to Gullej, Jane Haselden. I'aul Morrow, lose courage and so leave. CHA1TEK IV Anna Lee I'olT. Huth Taylor, Seventh Grade Judith Daniel; Delia Hice Hughes, Anna Fae King, Lucille Anil I'apili It .-ami. In n.l, Ik.t nn tllu fourth year, this class had cause for I fclioolei, Elizabeth Terrill. Mattie Lee direful fore-boding. For was not this Cox I Eighth Grade Martha Ward Sweeney, 1 Evelyn Daniels. I The following pupils were neither I absent nor tardy during the month: I I'rimer Class -Floid Aldridge, Kebert Conn, Dorthy Koss, Sue Anna Itrown. I irst Grade Miss Mary Lee Lear was a recent visitor In Lexington, we are not certain but it Is thought that her visit whs connected with "Dowers, rice and n ring." Messrs Kobins.in Cook and llert Em bry, eld L. II. S. boys, liavecome home proudly carrying their "sheep-skins" from Millersbtiig Military Institute, which they have attended foi two years. Huth were nllicers in Company A ami graduated creditably Alumni-ae Notes. Illy llillyl Mi-s Minn liankin 'It. is in K C W. mid has been home for a few !! ta. Miss 1,1th ll'iney, 'I'', now a student at K. 0. W., spent the week end with her parents. After teaching at Treai'liersville. Miss Marietta King 'lit, is visiting nt the home of L. C. King. Ector LawsiHi 'It has entered the 'OHicers' lleserve Corps Training l amp nt Ft. llenj. Harrison. We salute you I "Colonel". Mid-shipmati I.uchin M. Grant is making good at Annapolis. Lucmn was the nil-round leader of L. II S. class UU1. Ilradley Hotirne '15 has just left for the Saw. This all-round athlete will nlwnvs be worthy of the trusts of I'ncle Sam". Steihng Herron class '15 who i in business nt Cleveland Ohio, has sent III his ,-regitration" card. Sterling is sound on lo) alt). Mrs. Clara I'rather left Sunday for Chicago to lit her daughter Ora. who went in business immediately after graduating from L. II. S. in I'.H.' Milton Henry Elliott '15. returned' Saturday from Louisville where he has j been attending College of Dentistry. ' "Fesser" us known to his class, will do well at Ills chosen ptolession. Miss Mae I'owell after teaching the past year in Paint Lick Consolidated Schools, is spending the vacation with the home-folks. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Powell, and will return to same work in September next. Miss Charlotte Pohitt. clas 'll!, ar rived Friday to visit her friend, Mis Alice lllgney who graduates next week. Miss Charlotte is in the Deputy Clerk's otlice, Itreathitt county, and says she has been busy copying oil leases and issuing "marriage license" but did not bring one along. ARLO. IS A SYSTEM CLEAN SER. HAS NO EQUAL, CANNOT BE EQUALED. NEVER WILL BE EQUALED. AS A KEMEDY FOK the Kidneys, Liver. Stomach and Blood. I'nequaled For Uheumatism. Such symptoms as Hiliousness, Con stipation. Indigestion. Torpid Liver, Catarrh, Neuralgia, Impure Itlood, Rheumatism. Ilackache. General De bility and Female Trouble can be traced to one of the first four troubles men tioned in this advertisement. AIll.O is sold exclusively In Lancas ter by Stortnes Drug Store It P Do You Dread Hot Weather ? t i .... .... mi tnmnMi nr l.rtrtrf hMr nr.wifitinii? 'Plm urlt mail Mil t Ulfaltl UI IlC.1t. liui It 13 trying on wip wrahrnm ihnii BUILD UP YOUR STRENGTH CM your liftlm In orjrf, trmor ll Irrluiloi, tl tifntion. I'uijourwtf M I tnjoy the wmmrf ilh good ttmir. PERUNA INVIGORATES . .( I .1 l. . I .l.rt.x. It rlOrM IHC JMTin-imn im unroll dti () rrnmir - !" hot iM-in ..lh cimn.imrr , t , , IVrutid li a rtnl tottu-, with MfifUI cuictry In otarrhtl con ' iJ'i'ji l cr uMot form hkhvrr li rooit rDirtiitiil VA ttcfurj uur l.ialth. The Poruna Com puny, Columbus, Ohio M uonnnencemem. Let us show you our fine of suitable presents for the boy and girl graduate. Leather Goods. Box Candy. Cut Flowers. Fountain Pens. Jewelry. Fine Stationery. Kodaks. Pocket Knives. Ever Ready Kazors. AlGRnberts Drua Store Time to Re-tire? Buy Fisk Hook of Graduation produced on the very first day? The l-aders had chang , T. ,,,,., ,., ... nHiti1Hr t ed and now I'. II, Hopkins, who had dwelt in another region, came to have tliM L'v tn thnl ivnnilprfnl Itnnlv nf r.t. corjj, jv,uim. wiMinj i,v... ar iji.u.. .Misslva Del Alontgomerv ot l.an- And it came to pass that this Hook , 1 nl a"e cater spent last week with relttives in contained more than ever we dreamed I " -""."" """''" ' '" this vicinity. MT. IIKUKOX Non-Skid Tires MADE in three styles to meet the requirements of every car owner the all Grey, the Black tread with grey side walls, and the famous Red Top (name rcgiitcreJ) The de Luxe. Users of these tires know by actual road experience that there isn't any greater dollar-for-dollar lire value anywhere. "Whcnyou pay more than Fisl( prices you pay for, tomcthing that dots not txiiL" Fisk Tires For Sale By Arcade Garage. Haselden Brothers. Rex Garage Company. of. Hut it also came to pass that this worthy new leader occasionally closed , this Hook, and even expressed a desire that the Seniors, seventeen in number, I should assemble themselves before an I artist uiid procure for him ii picture of passing beauty. Now it came to puss that though they diil a' hail been re quested, it was unlike expectations and surelv a disappointment. After many months, these youths ot Nineteen Seventeen, deeming them nlves worthy of colors, did choose as m e, the purple of royalty and the gold of purity. And nuw it lias come o pass that at the end of this, the fourth year, there ale seventeen, which are these: Zula Fay. of the House of Acton. Will Hice, eldest son of the House of Amou Catherine, of the Home of Hourne, who li.itli aided the scribe in making Floyd Marsee, Elsie Hatfield, Cora Hudson Schooler, Elizabeth Logan Simpson, EvelynTucker, Lillian Kellty. A. It. Ilrown, Maurice Hatfield. II. of the Huth, first daughter wf I House of Itroadus. Susie Virginia, whine House name is Corn. Nellie and Sallie, daughters of Jasper and Henry, brothers, ut the House of Cox. Mamie Stortnes, whose House name is Dunn. Will Mac, son or W. M. of the House of Elliott. Owen of theilouse of Hendren. William, second son of Archibald, second of the House of Kavanaugh, James, only son of Joseph, House of Neavius. Annie, of the House of I'owell. Alice second daughter of the House of Kigney. Ilurton and Irvin, first and tecond Locals. Miss Marietta King a former gradu ate, visited the High School, Friday. Miss Allie Hendren will be it member of the Lancaster Faculty next year. I'ruf. W. It. Todd of the Stanford High School visited Mrs. Todd, TliurB day. I lev. Hudson visited tile school May 2Utli and gave us a .hurt talk on Thank fulnes. I'rofessor I'aul Uarrett of Crittenden Ky, was visiting in Lancaster last week-end. The First grade in Lancaster school for next vear will be taught by Miss Delia Tinder. I'rufessor Hopkins attended the Con' nervation Conference in Itichmnnd Tuesday afternoon. Misses Gladys Frisbie and I'eurle Dickcrson attended Chautauuu in Stanford, recently. Margaiet and Val Cook attended the Commencement exercises at Millers burg May L'8th and 2'Jth. Messrs George Swinebroad and Val Cook, and Misses Mary Lee Lear and Margaret Cook were in I'aiut Lick, Sunday. Itev. 1'almettr visited the school on May 15th, t' conduct th Devotional exercises and again on May li-nd for Itev. Hudson. ..I.IILUl ...U.IIKU.I.C.,. . ., , ,, ,, ,,,,,. Nancy Thomas Lear. ,of ;viint,vilI WH , ,.u,.Ht, ,)f Mr, and Mrs. I-vin Dean Sunday Mrs. Salhe Layton of D.-eater III. arrived here Sunday for a visit with .V.essets W. L. and Ed Gruw. Little I toy Montgomery was Kicked by n mule on the forehead Saturday but is not thought to be serious. Mrs. Ethyl Herkley and sou William of Ilryantsville were the guests lust ' week of her sister Mrs. Marian Mont gomery. Victer the little soil of Mr. and Mrs A. I). Montgomerv who was operated on last week for adnoids, is very sick , ut this writeing. . Mr. and Mrs. Dillurd llrumiield ti lertained from Thursday until Sunday, their hrother-iu-law Itev. h. II, illuckinan and family of Illoomlleld. Mr. Lem Teater was in this section lust week, trading. He bought u fat c.nv from Mr. Ernest Montgomery at 7i its. per Hi. He also bought of Mrs. Spivey a calf price Sin. Itev. ltlakuun delivered two able I sermons here Saturday evening und j Sunday b' subjects were "The Signs I of the Times," and "Can God's child.. ren sin und be lost". lie certainly did the subjects justice, from u Ilible stun point. Mr. E. C. Montgomery of Lock H ard Miss Vernu I'ierco of liryantaville wore united in marriage at the home of ItevJ J, W. Malian on last Thursdry after noon. They are both prominent young people here while the groom is a prof. perous farmer. Much joy and happi ness is wished them by their many friends. n ir RED BLOOD AMERICANISM IS COMING TO THE FRONT Kigiit now this Country is calling for men of stout hearts und sound bodies. It needs them to keep Old Glory triumphant and unsullied in the air. Tlie exigency now confronting us emphasizes, as nothing else could do, the importarce of good health, both as an individual und nationul asset. It gives point to the suggestion, of ten emanating from this ollice, that everybody should guard their health ns u priceless pos session. When you find yuurselt running down and not exactly keyed tip to the fighting pitch, us is tlie ease with ever) bod at times. You ought to come to Nature's relief mid tako a course of COM-CEL-SAR I Legally guuraiitecil to satisfy you, or iiiuncy hack If you'll do that, you will not experience the discomfiture of being sent back homi for luck of red blood when you ur.suer ihu call of the colors. COM-CL'L-SAIt sells at One Dollar tor threee boxes, legally guaranteed for the sto-nach, liver, kidney's, bouels, bladder, blood and indigestion und headaches, rheumatism and nervousness, SCIENCE SOI'E is best for HUMAN SKIN, only luc u bar, 3 bars 23c. Try our C0W110Y LINIMENT, for all I'ains. bruises, burns, etc. 'Joe and 50c bottles. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Dakoto Jack-White-Moon Remedy Co. 3?."J.3I West Hroadwav. 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