Albuquerque High School - La Reata Yearbook (Albuquerque, NM)
- Class of 1924
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MARCELLA REIDY Scnior Editor
FLTXICE HERRENHOII Athl tu E,11to1
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DONAI D CROSNO Dramxtlc Echtor
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SENIOR CLASS DAY PROGRAM.
Tuesday, May 27.
'Wye Greet Youi' Ollie Stswart
Senior Cane Speech l.ee Farr. President of Senior Class
Response Robert Hughes, President of junior Clliss
Double Quartet Hvllhen June Comes Along with a Song, Clohan
Vvilson Keim Maxine Halthusen
Frank Stortz Helen Stevens
W ill Class Eunice Herlxenhoff
Albert lxool louis Blakemora
Class Poem X sabel Stew nson
Presentation of Memorial Frank Stortz
Acceptance Superintendent ohn lVl1lne
Xfocal Solo The Vvorld ls XX altlng for the Sunrise Seitz
The Garrulous School Clock Helen Key
Heard over the Radio Maxwell Watts
Piano Solo Kamennoi Qstrow Rubenstein
C15 de Cleveland
A Record of Achiex ement Mab l Olson
A Surprise Package Eunice Herkenhoff
Saxophone Solo Valse Hilda Do rr
Our Will Maude Crosno
Bon Voyage Nlarcella Reidy
Song Senior Class
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whose death occurred May 25 1923, Just
after La Reata was published A gentle,
sweet dlsposltlon with a keen sense of humor,
especxally talented m music
A survey of thls year s enrollm nt shows that there have b en
one hundred and sex enteen senlors one tunclred and elghty two
juniors two hundred and twenty four sophomores seven speclal
students and twenty vocatlonal students makmg the total enrollment
of the senlor hlgh school IIVC hundred and fifty In the two jumor
hlgh schools there have been two hundred and twenty three freshmen
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Vol I'l'5l 4PII1Il'IIQ'O' Vlulv.
Iirxvirlu High Svlfml "fII'4'IIlil Hn-1-n":
"'I'lx1- 'I'I'j'SIIIl1L' I'I:1f'4-. '22l: Illto-iw-Ilnvlzuv
II4' IM-Imte-, '2f25 I,l'l'5I4I1'III ol' N1yIw11w1'f'
I,:ls Yvgfns I'iISIIl' Ns-ws .'I:II'. '21, '22.
'2II: Nr",-'I'l'11:ls. .lullinr 1'I:lss. '231 Iiizl-
Iiliun I,it4-1':n1'y Sm-ivly. '23I: 'IIUIIIIIS Vlulf,
'231 IXIIIWI4' ,Issue-i:ll'vll. '2I. '22, '2fI1
S11 ish I'l:lA'. '2ZIg Vnmstilllliml l'uu1mit-
Im- I,III'l'Ill'j S1 vivty. '21 .L II. S. -
III'IllIl1III4' Vluln, '241 1'UI'I'4'SIl1 Ilvnu-
. Vlula. '24,
I U. G. .L l'a-rtitir-:rin-.
Iismrlrizl I2:1.'k-tlmll. '22: Ifmtlulll. '22.
'2Z'5g Jul' r z rl .'- iur l'I:l,', '23.
. ...AI ...I 4- ' f I
CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION
1114 1 N
1 I I O
1111 1 NI
FITZGERALD R M
ll N 1111
1 N ll
1 N uwlx
GRIMMER FRANK HARVEY
GU TIERREZ RODOLFO
Ullll I UN
H ll I
lx 1 1 111
Lzliin 1'l1lIn, '2Ig Hl'nl111-i1-:II 4'1fnt1-sl. '21
'25i: "f':1ptnin Ki1I1I. .Ir.." '2J1g IIVIIIIIIIIII'
Vlllln. 241 'I'1'1-:usul'1-V. '221 IC1- -11r1I .'t:lfT,
'23, '2-I1 l,l'4'SIlI4'III .'1- ' ' 1'I:ls5, 2-Ig
IV-Iualvl' II1-Iulliliu S1 "vip,
S1'I111I:1l'NInip S1-'-ty: X'Il't"I'I'4'SI4I1'llI 111'
I"I'f'NIllIlIlIl 1'I:1ss, '2I1 IV-I1sl1-1' Il-Iuzllillg
S1 -' -U3 R1-'1vl'1I ,'1:lII'. '22: IIl'2lI1rl'Il':lI
I'unI1-sl. '2'2g 4'1v1'1'1-slnun1I1-111-1- IIIIIIUQ
K1 I: If Vlulv.
N1-'. Sl'IllI1Il'NIIIlI N11-is-IX. '2l: II'-lush-1'
Ibvlvaulillpg S1 V -IA.: R1-'11r4l .'l: IT. '2I'i. 'll-I1
l,l'1'IIIlIIZIIlII'j' 1'11nt1-xl. '22ig "'l'I11- I"I'4'Ill'Il
M111 :1 NI III1- I'I11nl11ngl':lpIl1" "I'll1'I1'
"I':IlPl:IIll Ki1I1I. .Il'."
s .Y . . ' 1
I'1mlImII. 2I. 22. 2311 I1:lwIc1-lIl:1II. LII.
'22. 4215, IIIZIIIIHIII ,27':I1 xvIl'6"I,I'l'NII'III of
.L A.. '2iI: I,l'4'FIlIl'IlI uf A. A.. '24:
'III'!'ilSIll'1'I' Il1':um:1Ii1- Vlulv. '241 Yiw-
I'1'1-5:1I1-nt l"1-II mx VIHII. '23,
Iizulu-II1:1II. '20, '221 I'lu1I1-lwxw-v1I Iilwvllzv
XI1-I:1I1 U. H. A. 1'1-VIIII1-:II1-.
IIVZIIIIJIIII' IIIIIID. Allfl. '24.
IIIl'1':lhlll'l'l' GiI1Is I.1-:ug:u1'. '22Z Ilr:1m:lti1'
l'IuIu. '22. '23, '2I1 Svl vlnrsllip U1 -'-ty.
'2I. '22. '23 '24: "I'l'im-1- 1'I1:1p." '22g
I:l'4'llI'1I .'I:III'. -242 H, II. A. V1-l'IIII1':ll1'.
"l':u11I:1in Ki1I1l. .ll'.." '231 I,zl II1-:lm .'t:lIT,
'22. '2I1 K1-'1ul'1I .'I:lIIA. '2flg Yi1'1--I"'Ni-
4It'llI .luuinr Vlzusx. '22-Z1 XY-Inslvl' ID1-Imt-
, . vv 1- . .
"1':1p!: Il Ixuld. Jr.. 253: "IM IIQNIIIIIIIIS
l':llIs:1s." '23: IVl'ISIt'l' IP1-Iullillg .'1 " ,'Z
'l'r:11'k. '22I '2ZI. '24: Iirum :md iugl
Br M1-l:lI. '22. '23: R0 r1'v1'II IWIHII-
ing S1 -'-ly, '23-L '24: S1 JIIIISII I'l:ly. '23..
'2-I1 '11 I: k 1'luIv. '21 '24: I'4ll'I'1'Sllll IQ'Ill'1'
t'IuIv. '23T. 24.
F- 11- - ,
CANDIDATES F OR
111 Nll 1
HlN1X Il If
x11 fl 1
1 1 I4
N111 1 N
HF YN HOWARD
1 111 1
N 111I 1
111 I 11111
KOOI ALBERT I
N 1 1
1 1 11111111111 111
11 1 s 1 u 1
N 111I11N111 11111-'tx s 1
wt X11 11111 'S WI11st11 iluh 1
1 111111N11 11111 1
L111'111t:1 A1':'l'111y-V-M11."'zI R1-1-ilzlls. '21
I51-:11' 1'1'1-11k II. II.-A-12111111111 111' lI:1.'Ic1-1
I1a1lI I1-11111: "Su -' K'i111l1-1'1-Il:1:" A. II
S. Iii .'1'11lt Il11l111ti11g S1 -'-ty.
S1-'1'1-t:11'y Gi1'ls'L1-:1g1111. '2IIg "I':111t:1i11
l"l . .l1'., '231 L11 R1-11111 SHIT. '23, '25
I"1'1-sI1111:111 I'1'11g1':11113 I'1'1-si1I1-111 ID1':1111:1Ii1
1'I11I1. '2-I: S'I111l:11'xl1i11 S111'i1-11' 1g.511l1l 111111
'I'1- 11is. '2II: III'1'Ill'SIl'il. '23I.
11'-1.11.11 111-111111111 s. -'-11 111 121 'zz
'2I1 IP1':1111:11i1- 1'I11I1. l"1-Il ws l'l11I1g L:1
ll1f111:1 S1:1I'I': II1-'111'1I 1'I:1II',
"Miss I'Il!'l'I'j' I'l11ss1 111." '211: S1-I 1I:11'xl1i11
.' 'I1'Ij', '2ll. '2I. '22. '233 R1--111'1l .'1:1I'I'
'23, '2-I: 1'-1'1'1-1z11'1' S1111i111' 1'l:1sx. '2fi. '24
'l'1'1-:1s111'11' Girls L1-:1u1111. '23, '243 Yi'1'
I'1'1-si1l1111t II1':1111:1ti1' l'l11l1. '2f3. '24.
4 ' 1 1
Ii111s1-11111 Ib11I1:11111g: N11-111151 '23, '24
SIII '- I'1'11g:1':1111. '2I.
AIII 'i:11111:1. Ark. f I1IIt'l'3ll'j' S11 " -tj. A. II
S." -IP1':1111:1ti1' I'l11l1. '23, '2-I: .'-1'1'lt
S1 -Wty. '25I. '2-I: I'111-1'1-s1111111I1'111'11 I'IllIl
'23. '2-I: "1':111t:1i11 "II. .l1'.." '22: U1-
1-I11-s11':1. '2I. 22. '23, '2-I.
I"1-1-.'I1111:111 I'1'11g1':1111. 21: "l'I11-1'1'5' I!I11.'
.' '2I: . ' ' 1'I:1y. '23: IP1':1111:1Ii1
1'I11I1. '23. '243 1' --1.1 111I11 ' I'IllIP. '23
'24: S11:111i.'I1 I'lz1y. '2I: "'I'I- l"1-1-111-I1
.I:' 111111 II11- I'l1111111g1':11I1." '22,
"1'111'1t:1i1 Ki1l1l. .l1'.. '22: L11 I'1-:1I:1. '2I1
'24: I'I1lit ' iv- 'l. '24.
., - I
11111111-st1':1: "i'z111t:1111 ' ll. .I1'., '221
Iizlsk 1tl1:1ll. '2Z5.
I"1'1-sI1111:111 I'l:1y: I'1'1's. I"1'1'sI1111:111 'lass
'2IZ I"11s. S111 '1 Class. '22g 91-
A. A.. '222 'I'1'11:1s. F1-Il vs 'l I. '23
ID1':1111:1Ii1' l'IllIb. '23, '2-I: I'Il't 11'-111-K'Ii1-f
Lal Iivzlizl. '243 I"1111tI1z1II. '21 '23, '24
11':1111. '2413 li:1,'lc11tI:1ll. '22. '24, '2-I.
.'1'l : 'ul '1 'S " '2I3 I'1'1'.'. L11 R ':1t:1
Art l'l11I1. '24: Art Edit 1' L11 lC11:11:1, '24
I'II't-.123 "ul-" Il-
1111-t1-1-. '23: 1' '- .'11n1I- 'r f'IllI. '23
Il1'11111:1ti1' I'IllIl, '23. '2-1: .' 'xlt IM'
1 ' gg 1' ' ty.
I 1 ll II
M XCKEY FRED
N IH IU 1 Nr I
n no Q
4 4 Nut!
l KU! l
IN ft 1
MON TOYA ANNIE
llll 9 I
Ixmluli IIIIIIVI Spanish I'I:l,v.
, u .
I'II'4'iIlIllilIl I'1'ogr:1ll1. 21: Iizlslcvtlmll. 21,
'221 I.:u Iivzltzl Staff. '2I. '22. '2fI: "l'u11l1-
H111 ut' the- ii! 'I - '2Zig Sw-. nf A. A..
'24: IIITIIIIJIIIV Vlulv: "I"I'1'Ill'Il Maid : I
"Miss, l'I11-1'1'yI?losso ni" l'l1ul'l1s nf "thn-
I'I'IIl4'4' 1'I1:up:" Girls I.e-:lpiuv I,I'UQII'iIlll.
f . ,
S1'ImI:ll'SIlIll Sul'ivIj'. 'QL
1 1 -.4.
Hrvln-sI1':1. 21. 22. 214. 2-I: Iizlslcvtlulll:
Iinusvvo-It IN-I1:ltIng Snvielyg I.:l Ilvntu
Ht: '2Ii: Svl I: rship S14-ie-ty: " ':n':1
M4-' " Las AIll4I'l'!'N..'
I"wvIIv:III. '22. '21
-IxI'iI4'Ii. '2fI1,Bns'e-IIrzlII. '22. '22, '24,
. Y V .
Illllsluru -Prvs. I1lI'IIl I,lI'l'IlI'X Sn-
1'i'I3', '21 '23: S1'IIiI2ll'SIlIlb .' fvty. '23,
'2-I: Bnslwtlulll. '22. '23: -Illll - Fla."
l'I:u'. '22. '23,
I.:1 Ii:-nt: Stuff. '231 Ile' 'fl Staff. '2-I3
l,l'IlIIl2lfIf' l'IuIr, '24.
I"4mtIm:lII. .232 Bifkx IzlII. 23. .2-I.
Dr: ntiv Vlxub: Fr SIIIIIIIII I"0,LZ'I'IlI1lI
'I' 's. '22: Spzlnisll Play. '2H.
I, 0. L 'l
IVIOUDY ROSE JUNE
N I N
PARKER FRANCES E
14 N N f
4 IN III
I Illnl 4
ml N 11: I
no I SUI
Ilrzlmalth' l'lul1: I'Il'1'NlIIli2lII I'1'ug1ln1
r ' 4 . .
Iv I: Q l'lula, 23, 24: IIVQIIIIZIIII' llllln
I . . ,
Ilan IIUIIIJI Ctzlli. 22: I.:lIm Vlulu. 'I
I.urin,1'lulv. 'QI3 Vluss Sv're-Ianry. 'I
'21 YH: Ill'l'lilIllIlIUl'j Vnnto-sl. 'lfflz II:
In-tlmll. 'QZQ H. G. A. l'o-rtifil-zxtv. 'I
Illlllllilllt' Vlulu S!'i'l'l'I2II'X. 'Z24: "I"1'4m ll
Xlnixl :mel ills- I'Im n,g:1':luI5" 23: XVI-l
IN-lmting S1 -' -ty S4'l'l'l'I2Il'j'. 'ZZCIZ Svlml Il
v I .
N1 -ll IP:1ll:ls II. S. Girls IC4'svl'x'1-3 Icp
Sq sul, I'I1lSfIZIII1I. 'IW-xsxs Ilzlslu-tlvull
Iir,':mI Il. S. IIIIIIII Iis-'ue-,
II: lsvvc-It IIPIIEIIIIIQ' .V 'i-ty. '11-I: Iivluul
Stull. 24: Ilralnmlil- Vllyll. '23, '4
Svl IIIIVNIIIII Suvin-ty. '2I. 'ZZQL I.:1tin I lull
I,:u II1-:lla .'I:1fT. '11I: I"re-sl1m:ln I'ruglun1
'IIII YI'4'-IIl'l.'IIIl'IlI Vlnss. 212: .III
Vlzlss I'1'+-S.. 231 I'I'l'Sl4It'IlI Girls Imal nr
'24: VI1'4"I'l'I'h. S1-l llIIl'SIlllb .'11'ivIy, 'I
lgulfl lllllll 'IV-mis. 2543 Sv' ' Iimllt
I,:l II:-:1I:l. 24.
'III'2li'li. 'LZIL 1243 Plums Illrllllllj' Run. U
Sp: 'sh I'l:1y. 'IIII
Girls' ra.'1sm1m11. '20, 21.
I . . 1
Sf-l :urslnp In' -tl. 23.
I . A n
R4 se-volt IN-luring: .' 'lf'I5'. 220. 'I
I,:x Ii4':l!:l Art 1'Iulu. 23. 24.
ll, G. A. I'm'tifir'u!v: Iizlslu-tlulll. 23. '4
liars-lull. 23: 'I'r:lr'li. '21 '2-I: Svll
fllip Sm-in-ly. '24,
CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION
IIIUI W f-In
I I Ill!
N N If tx
SIN ELL HAROL
S I EVENS HELEN
4 lllwl in D
bi H U x Q
III'i'iISIlI'1'l' Ne- ' ' Vlzlss. '23, '241 ' -
SIM' IIUIISIIIIIIL S- "4-153 1II'1lI17l'Il'ZlI l'+vn4
J . '2f'5. '2-I.
I"n4lIIl:lII. 242 'I'l':lf'Ii. 24.
y . . .
Ilflne- Iivollulnllvs I,l'1l!l'2IIll. 22. Lb.
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Ifzl.'i'IIr:lII. 2I. 22.
, V . . 4 Y
Ln Ile-:Han SMH. 22. 235: sf'Il4iIilI'NI 1 S -
1-is-ry, tguhl pint: Art IIIIIII. '22. '23, '2I.
NY-Ivslu-r Ile-Irztiug: N4 "-ly. '22, '23i3 H.
II. A. I'in :Incl I'4'l'IIII4'ilIl'. '22. '2C.
S11 ure- I'mgr:lm. '2I: Svlmlznrslnip
.Il 'I '
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Ilv':m1:nIu-1'Iulr. 2-I: Ln Ile-:ml AVI K'luI+.
IP1':xl":ntw tlub, '22I: "5Iisx I'IlI'I'I'.'IIHN-
' . . u
Iimfsvvf-II IIUIIIIIIIIQI Novus-I,x'. 25.
I . v. D .
'III'Jlf'Ii. 254: XI41'-III'4'NIlI4'III Lu Ii:-:mu Art
Vlulr. '24: IM'n1n:1Iis' Vlula. '24,
I"r:1r1kI1n II. S.. Lus .XIIQIPIUS --S1,:misI1
I'IuI+: 1lpvr:nIi1- I'I11If, ,L II. N. Svlnlzlr-
. ' . .
BI1 'arty II. S. Y 'I'-I'l'1'HlIIf'IlI Vlnss uf
'22. '23, IIIIILIIEIII II. S. I'Im1'us.'2I.'22.
- ' . .- . .
IIIIUVIIS rf "'I'Iw I'l'lll1'4' Vlmp. 22: G VIS
Imzlgrlxn- I'l:ly. '2I. '22. '24: I'm'r+-,-1n1-
flvnm- Vluln. '2-I: 'I'1'v:lsllre-1' Vlzlss. '2IZg
Sp: 'sl I'l:ly. '2I.
' . 1
Yin--I'1'4-s. Sv ' Vlzlss. 2-I: F4 tI:lII.
153. '2-I: Iizlslwtlmll, 2-I: 'I'r:u'Ic. '2I. '22.
'23. '24g Sflh III re- Ii:l.'k'lIu1II.
CANDIDATES FOR GRADUATION
l'IlIlIf Ill I :II
llbIl X 1ID
N 301141 4
Q I NI! I
t N xx ll
Il x N N
l N ll IIN ln
Q 1 ISI
l'1ll' I-1-villv IIi:.5Il Svl I. 1':lIii'lll'lli:l -V
IIRISIQI Il:lII. '2I. '22: Iiuflllzlll. '21, '222
'I" '2I: Mi "l':lll S 'il-ty. '2I. '22.
A. II, S. R4 .'-'-It IIl'IIilIIIl,1Jj S4 -Wty.
'23, '243 I'lll'l'4-sllulllls-llvv Vlull, '2Ii. '2-I:
SVI :l'sIlIp Sm'i4'IA'. '23, -2-I.
1,UI'Il'I'YIIII' IIip:Il Svl ll. l':llil'ul'llill'
Mi "Y2Ill SlK'I1'Iy, '2I. '22. A. II. S,
R4 sl-ve-It Ilvllzltillg' Sv V-ly: IIJI lie-:lin
.XVI l'll1Il: Svl IZIISIIIII Slwiq-typ l'lll-lw-M
lltrll I'Il1't' IIIIIII.
SVI zrsllip Sm-is-I5 1l'l'1's.I '2I: Y- slvl'
IH-Ilztillg Sl flly. Se-1-.-'I'l'v:lS.. '2-I2 Vnr-
rl-:1 I'Il'4' 1'IllIl. '24: "IW I'4-qllvllzls
Vzlllsllsf' '2f4: "I':ll':l N14-lltir Lux Blu-
4It'I'Q'N.h '24: Ill':llll:lIiv Vlull, '24.
I"l's-slllllzlll I-'mltllzlll 'I'v:llll. '2II: Ifmllllllll.
'2I. '22. 221.
IIITIIIIZIIII' IIIIIIP. Ifmtllzlll. '241 'l'l':l4'l1.
IPl'zllll:lIi1- IIIIIII. '2-I: I'II'l'SIlIlIIlIl I,l'llgfI':Illl,
I"1l4llIl:lll. '2I. '22. '233 'III'il4'Ii. '24,
l'l':lig: II. S., 4'ulul':llIll Su sllilll- IIIIIII,
'22. A2253 G0 t':lll IIIIIII. 222. A. II. S.,-V
Ilrzllllzltil' IIIIIII. '21 '2-I: Ill we-vvlr IM'-
Illltillg S4 -' XIX. '241 I'lll'l'lls1,1llllIm-llw
"I':lpI:lill Kidd. .Il'.." '22: I.:l II:-:lt:l. '243
NV'ISIl'I' II!'II2lIIl!5I S1 9 -ty. '2I: S1-Il1I:ll'-
ship S1 -'-ty. '2-I: IIVZIIIIZIIII' I'l11Il. '242
l'4'l1IIIt':lI1- nf AIPFII. '22I.
I':lr UI'-'HII Il. S.. I1l':l Sl---4-I:ll'y.' 21:
Bzlsko-tllzlll. '2I. A. II. S. .lin la Ii IIIIIII,
'2Zi. '2-I: XVI I-l' IIIIIII. '233 Lal R4-zllzl
Art I'IllII. '24.
Svl zlrsllill Snvil-ty. '22.
Allglls: Il. S.. I':lll.':l.' IIZIIIII IIIIIID. '2l.
'221 I-'l'vll4'Il l'I1lIl, '22: Alllzl II1'Il2IIllg
I'IllIl. '2I. I' '22Z A 11 nt: Stuff. '223
August 'il St:lIT. '22. Iiclitlll--in-Vlivf:
"'I'Il- I'y1 .If0Vl'I'u I':lsI. 22. A. II. S.
- -IIl'f'Ul'4I SUIIT. '24: lim nsvvlt Ile- ztillp'
S4 "l .', '2-1.
ll 1 If mum
nts 1 nn px tux
1 un es
unxuflt N n ll 0
Nl!!! Pnl v
f'n1,I'MN xr LICI-"I' I
ll':1'1'1-11 Iliglx Svl ml:
l"l'l'SlllllJlIl Girl! Vlulvg
Iligll Sr-lmnl Girls' I'lllllZ
Sy: 'sh Vlulug In-lutillg
Svl ll1ll'Sllllb Sfwif-ty. '22,
'23, '241 1'nrrs-splr114l4-m'4-
l'lllll. '254. '24: lir:11n:uri1-
l'llIlI. '2-I. l"l'1'NIl Iligln
Sr-l mul: Latin Un f' - jg
Glu-4-1'lulv: IP1':xm:11i1' Vlulv,
Ig1lNli!'lllilll. '22. '23, '2-lg
Iizlslu-Ilvzlll. '22. '21
N1'lnl:1l'sl1ip .'m'Ie-ty. 22.
1'llI,l'MN .XT IIGIIT
gxl'li1lllSilS Vity. 'z I Y.
XV. l'. A.. '22, 'ZIL
Ifrvslnx an Ii:1slce-llulll, '2l3
llilllll Vlulv. '2l.
NH"-I 'I'l1K fll " gg Vilh-
flimh -s rlil t :vt '4' 'wt
IPr:lm:1ti1' l'll1l1. '21 'IMI
llv'l:un:1tnryl' TNT. 221
Il ."'1 I-l:t'1g: S-
1-'1-ty. '22-I: Lal Rvaltal Art
Rn s-'llt I 4-latinpg Sm - 3
14 -tj, '24: Illillllillll' Club.
p A Q. u-.
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n . ' 4' y
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M . fa rr,
The .Iumor class IS entermg the last lap of thexr hlgh school days
Next year they are to rule supreme ln all matters of class superlorltv
and then they Wlll leave behmd them old A H S Nevertheless the
umors have made an envlable reputatlon durmg thexr career N
member of thls honored class need look back wlth shame on the
accompllshments of thxs class
ThlS year there were I79 Jumors enrolled ln the class the
largest unlor class IH the hlstory of the Albuquerque Hugh School
The ,Iumor class has been ably represented 1n all matters concernmg
school aCtlVltlCS Thlrteen members of the Scholarshlp Society are
members of the umor class ln thls years football squad twelve
umors won places ln basketball track and baseball the umors
have shown exceptional ablllty and the whole school looks forward
to next year s athletlc teams that the umors wlll be able to produce
ln the debatmg socletxes umors hold sway as both the presldent of
the Webster and the presldent of the Roosevelt socxety are umors
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ln the Correspondence Club and the Kodak Club umors have the
majorlty of members The first play of the year the un1or play was
a huge success and ln the Dramatlc Club play and ln the Operefta
many members of the casts were umors ln fact ln every phase of
hl h school llfe the unlors have held the front
Next year the unlors wlll be able to extend thexr glory and
power throughout the entlre school
As the members of thls honored class glance over these annuals
recalllng happy days they will swell wlth prxde at thelr accomplxsh
ments un1ors you have one more year at old A H S so keep up
the good work and make your last year your best' Russell C-ere
l-llgh and low we searched for umor plctures at the photog
raphers ln our nelghbors kodak albums as well as our own and lf
you only knew lt ln yours too We coaxed you we begged you and
me bullled you mto havmg your plctures taken but some of you we
could not get by any means ust walt untll you are semors then lf
you fall to show up a hundred percent a place where one would feel
dlsgraced to fall then well we ll reserve our threats for next
fall But let us assure you of thls we ll not be caught nappmg you ll
catch It some way Come along umors get mto school actlvltles
the first week of school next September let s show Albuquerque
what we really can do
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Then there comes a class that IS the largest and some say the
best ln hrgh school We wlsh we could have had all your plctures so
that our readers could reallv see how many of you there are We
hear however that though you were too bashful to appear ln prlnt
thls year you are workmg steadlly and sxlently to put all others to
shame next year We hope that this means that the first day act1v1t1es
begin next fall you wlll so crowd the ranks of all the organlzatlons
that the upper classmen wlll be forced to hustle to hold thelr places
We re looklng for dark horses among you Can you run5 Can
you Jump3 Can you smg3 Can you play football basketball base
ball or tenn1s3 Can you wrrte for the Record or for La Reata3 Can
you speak3 Can you be just dependable one of the hlghest com
plrments of all3 lf the last of these named you are a find for you
may be able to fit ln many places Not only may you fit you wlll
find where you belong and nothing could keep you away Early ln
the fall football Webster Debatlng SOClCty Roosevelt Debatxng So
cletv Kodak club Correspondence Club Choruses Dramatlc Club
Clrls League and Fellows Club all begln a new year s work Later
ln the year come by turns the un1or play fremember you are to be
unxors and Leaders then basketball oratorlcal and declamatory
contests and numerous other actrvxtles There IS a place somewhere
for every student ln hlgh school Make of yourselves all around
students who can take an actlve part ln 0UtSldC actlvltles as well as
get your class work credltably
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Olive and Qaold banta Barbara High School oanta Barbara California
aou have often furnished a model for members of our staff Coine
again We hope you will like our make up this year
Hearld Westptart High School lxansas Lity lVl1ssour1 Your L nc eichinvf
look like professional work
The Tahoma lnacoma Washington Your printing was cspctially well
done and your make up very attractive Come again
Re Echo lLmpor1a High bchool Lmporia Kansas uur cuts arc
pecially clear and your art work excellent
Magnet Selma Lnion High School belma Qalifornia Your annutl topv
makes us curious about your school Come again
Mavuey New Vlexico State leachers Qolleile Silver City New Nlcxico
e Plainsman QlOvls H1 h Sthool Llovis New 'Vlemco ou impiovt
Whisperinwf l ines Vlontezuma Baptist Qollege l'ast las X eilas Xlew Mex
ico You are to be commended for beiginninig the publication of an
annual the very first vear of your existence as a school
lghe Whisp Vlfilminvton Delaware You come a long wav and we ue
0 a to include vou o11 our exehanve list e qua 1tv your mar
zine india ates vour students have talent
T e Boulder W est Hivh Nchool West Texas We are Glad ta rttcivc
a copv of vour annual through our enfvravers We hope vo11 ll come
direttly to us hereafter
The lale Walntit Ridve lligh School Walntit Ridge arkansas You
Linc ftthinvs are espeeiallv good but we d like to see more of t11Lm
Baylor Lniversitv Waco levias 5ome fine work in your annual We
would sul C mst how ever that when lettering so difhcult of identification
1 used it IN v ell to Hive the name of your annual in plain l nglish or
if new students are hoped tor trom other communities
lhe Vliraf e Lniversitv of New Mexico albuquerque New Nlexito Your
l979 editfon was without exception the best annual ever published by
vour thool 1 e art w pr was especia y attrattivt
e ivliinir a arance r on :urs is wc coint new eXc1anL,c anr
we hop: you ll come a ain
tar or the North 1 11111 inncso a en ort out ast inc
est t tm ether in t e ti es ot annua s o xnv one choo t ere is a
ways an oppor unltv to inttrcst students more 111 their own publitations
The ohortwoocl Nipples Shorewood School Milwaukee Wisccansin We
are placing you on our 1 t at the request o lhe Sc o astic lditor
Dont forffet us when yo11 make up your next mailing list
fhe Blue and White lligh 'S hool Knoxville lennessee We come at
our request for ex: han ws rom all members ot C l We ar
new rntrnocrs this year Please remember L1 on your mailing list
Wfe have not heard from the following, schools this year We hope to
hear however before the year IS over Please remember Us at mailing time
El Qoyote Roswell High School Roswell 'Xl lVl Southwe t Wind
las Vegas Normal Las Vegas Nl lVl lhe Carribean Qristobal lligh
School Cristobal C anal Zone lqhe Rattler Artesia llicgh bchool arte 11
N M lhe Yam Portales N M The Phoenician Phoenix Arm
NON We welcome annuals from other schools for our next list
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tried to record the achievements of ewervday school life as well as
those of special days with the desire that this book Find permanent
place in the memories of students teachers alumni and parents We
hope that it IS not too much to Wish that this book might tempt read
ers IH other states to come to see New Mexico if you decide to stay
A H S will welcome you as permanent citizens
lhe familiar faces that look out at you from these pages the
secret ambitions of your friends penned here probably for the first
time the good natured glbes the SCYIOUS the seml serious and the
altogether non serious thoughts here expressed we hope will help to
keep alive in years to come the spirit of love and loyaltv to Albu
querque High School May those who follow us profit by our fail
ures love A H S even more that we have loved her and go on to
greater achievements and fuller happiness ln the future
We have trled to give our readers something new without chang
ing radically the policies adopted in former years The place of honor
in Departments we give to Library because we believe that no school
can make the advancement it should Without such a department for
upon it depends the quality and amount of outside reading poss ble
to students of all branches and upon it depends to a considerabl
extent the inspiration of teachers as well as pupils Qur prophecx IS
that new shelves will soon be needed not only for books already too
crowded but also for new books which will be demand d by the rap
ld growth of our school
The Scholarship Society receives the place of honor in Activities
for the basis of our educational system is the desire to teach our Cltl
zens that the foundation of service to others is the education of the
greatest talents of all men and the system by which we hope to do
this is the basis of national permanence The student who makes
the most of his talents ln school whether the process be simple or
difficult will be the citizen who renders the greatest service to his
country because he w1ll be prepared to look ahead and test results
rather than to seek the easiest path for lmmediate progress
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qulckly ln last year s annual that we have declded to go one step
further ln that llne thls year and prepare an lndex for thls year s read
ers Senlor plctures you wxll flnd arranged alphabetically except
one panel we had to hold back ln order to include new semors of the
second semester CIHSSIECBYIOH IH the sectlon m ans suffxclent credlts
to be ranked as seniors though some wlll not graduate untll next
year We hope you will lrke the new make up thls year whlch has
been posslble because we were fortunate ln securlng more lllustratlons
than have ever before been avallable
ADVICE TO UNDERCLASSMEN
Not so very long ago there was a group of students ln the Al
buquerque Hlgh School known as freshmen Wlshlng they were sen
lors Today that same group havlng gone through the necessary
process to be known as senlors are WlSl'lll'lg that they were freshmen
It wlll be ever thus and each class as lt leaves our Alma Mater IS
perhaps no better and no wlser than the ones before AdV1CC nev
ertheless lS always freely glven and just as freely turned asxde It
IS useless to try to tell the underclassmen how one feels when gradu
atlon tlme IS near but there are a few llttle facts that may help you
ere you reach that cherlshed goal
Freshmen the dlfflculty of geometry IS only a dream Sopho
mores chemlstry IS easler and more mterestmg than you have ever
guessed unlors Amerlcan hlstory IS the easiest subject to be had
provlded one studles lt of course No year ln hxgh school IS the
hardest regardless of all the advice to the contrary The teachers
are only human after all and lf you thmk you re not gettmg a square
deal remember Pollyanna and keep xt to yourself School ns the
same story year after year Dont fall m any subject It doesnt
pay Don t be a wizard and know your lessons all the txme It takes
all the Joy out of llfe
He who gets the most beneht and has the best trme nn hlgh
school IS the one who adopts a happy medium ln everything We
cant all be leaders There s no necesslty for fallures You ll get
there sometime somehow lf you really try and then you ll wish
you were only startmg Marcella Reldy
SHALL I GO TO COLLEGE?
Shall l go to college3 It IS a questlon every man as well as
every woman has asked himself at sometlme ln his llfe A question
which even now at least one half of the members of this school are
askmg themselves and lt IS far more lmportant than we reallzel On
our answer rests the declslon as to whether we wlll succeed or fall ln
The Umted States at the present tlme ns greatly m need of leaders
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ln every llne of work but where are these leaders to be obtained?
Decldedly they must be educated and then wlth more than a hlgh
school educatlon for what man or woman could cllmb to the plnnacle
of success ln buslness or become a soclety leader without a college
educat1on3 True you can get along wlthout lt but you cannot hope
to gain those higher posltlons you crave for no matter how lntense
your deslre to advance you wxll come to a place where you must
stop and let the man wlth a hlgher educatlon pass on before you
Then when lt IS too late you wlll see your folly and be unable to
rectify your mlstake
The locatlon of the State Unlversxty at Albuquerque offers us
a splendld opportumty whereby a few hours of labor may be trans
formed Into a successful and happy future
SENIOR CLASS ADVISERS
Through countless generations It has been proved that SCHIOTS
are the one class of students who are completely mformed on every
subject and perfectly capable of looking out for themselves most of
the time However there have been numerous occaslons throughout
the year upon whlch such difficult problems have been encountered
that even the Semors have been unable to solve them But does thls
discourage them3 Far from xt Wlth two such able advisers as Miss
Dixon and Mr Borland the SCHIOYS have nothmg to worry about for
throughout the year These two are advlsers worthy of thexr name
and they have been as loyal to the class as any member of lt has been
ln fact ln attenclmg meetmgs and takmg an actlve Interest ln class
affairs they have been a good deal more loyal than many of the
l am sure the Semors are very grateful for thus help they have
received from Miss DIXOD and Mr Borland throughout the year and
have no doubts concernmg the vselfare of the Semors to come wnth
two such worthy advxsers
We have had many enjoyable trmes together thls year ln our
assemblles We have had them for fun and for entertainment We
have had them for serlous thought and conslderatlon There have
also been assembhes to allow dxfferent representatlves of worthy
projects to attempt to mterest us ln thelr projects
At the first of the year we had a few very mterestxng and enter
talnmg pep meetings for football games They were full of en
thuslasm and vlm All of us were thrlllecl and anxlous to attend the
games for whlch they were given
Also durlng the year we were fortunate to have a serxes of the
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by the assistance of their advisers they have overcome every difficulty
Elks entertamments whlch vwere both heartlly and joytully r cened
They were all exceptlonally splendld
We also had assemblles for the dlfferent plays and performances
put on by the dxfferent departments and classes Speakers were also
brought to us by our faculty and by dlfferent class s or departments
They were verv entertalnlng and lnstructlve They gave us new de
termlnatlons and a new 1ns1ght lnto the poss1b1l1t1es and responslbll
IIISS of llfe Our assemblles taken as a whole and as lndxvldual meet
mgs were a glorlous success to the student and to the student body
OUR NEW FACULTY MEMBERS
Seven new memb rs were added to the faculty thls year Mr
Wllson took the place of Mr Moore not only as an lnstructor but as
a frlend to the whole student body MISS Mlller frlled Mrs Moore s
place as a frlend and advlser 1n such a way that she 1mm dlately won
the confidence and admlratlon of all the gxrls Mxss 0 Keefe and Mr
Shelton were added to the Engllsh department MISS Venable to the
hlstory department Mxss Goetz to the domestlc sclence departm nt
and MISS Goddard to the commerclal department All of these have
that we hope they w1ll be w1th us for many years and w1ll carry awav
w1th them a deep love for Albuquerque Hlgh School
For the clearness of copy and the firmness of bxndlng Mr E. V
Carleton supervlsor of the Albuquerque PUbllC Schools Prlntlng De
partment IS responslble What would our annual be wlthout those
two th1ngs3 We hate even to contemplate therefore Mr Carleton
accept the poorly expressed but thoroughly meant compllment we
hereby extend you We are proud to say that our annual IS prlnted
entxrelv ln our own plant and not dependent upon the commerclal
prlnters It IS thls that makes xt posslble for us to sell our publxcatlon
at the mlnlmum price of 75c In the natlonal contest conducted by
C I P A to whlch we are proud to say we belong our annual IS
entered wlth publlcatlons of other schools who handle thelr own
prlntlng Is lt not an accompllshment for any school not only to edxt
1ts own annual but even to prxnt and bmd 1t3
ANOTHER VIEW OF THE FINANCIAL SIDE
Yes we are agaln sellmg our annual for 75C As explamed
above glVC credlt first to the prlnter To our exchanges who wonder
how we do It we offer also the followlng explanatlon We try to
sell one annual to each student though that brlngs ln only a part of
the amount to cover expenses Because our publlcatlon IS a whole
school affalr however we come close to selllng a copy to each student
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gained such a warm place for themselves in the hearts of the pupils
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whlch IS no small amount as xt usuallx huxb pap r and lnlc and paxs
the photographer 5 hllls The engraxer s hllls are of Course the
hxggest ITCIUS We save here on the dlscounts allowed by them on
copv sent IH early and on cash pavments l'h1s has amounted thls
xc ar to in amount close to 300 Ihr amount Sax ed mav L1lt1IT13tClX
go to tht cngraxfre tor tddltlonal ft xtur s rndltlng 1t posslhl to prmt
more lllustratlons than vxe could OlllfI'VV1SS lhe rest ot our hudvet
18 ralsed annuallx hx 1 st mor class plxx IH order that vxe max om1t
advertise mc nts
THE PURSUIT OF HEAI TH
nt lt funnx though ho.m that th rc tux IS al us 31 tn J Q
l sure don t ste much 1n llff for htm no how l sure am glad l ham t
wot nothin to complun ahout to allue he a shovxm off afor tolks
N x dc xr chlld do xou reahzc that that there vux a xou a
htm op: nlx enjoxe the pL11'9l1ltOf h alth J It g1x ee hlm so T1 thme to
txlk ahout somethmff unuaual xsc ll l m an unpleaeant to howt ot
'un trxm te r sax ht dont ta' e pleabure m la IH S lc e
ir ot lJOllTtI'1l'l we tolls xxlth hlt lcnovxln he hamt haxm ffood
1:1 th run t no re non lur Q1 h idxfrtlsmg
powew si lor txaznpl xour ahsolute Qnohh ng of common gram
m tr rule Q he cause xou xc taken 1t unto xour head that xou d dnt Det
a talr db 1 oteduCat1on5 lhat SIT 19 xour p t pursutt You S m to
want to Hrunt h tort th puhhc txt xour on handtcap You could
u e good lwnvfllih lt xou onlx xxo llcl Alaudc Qrosno
THANKS TO CONTRIBUTORS
It IS 1 vxell known and gene wllx an admitted ard eat tbl ahed
lxct that no paper or max azmf could long exlat vxrthout cont huto 5
heretort tue contrxhutom should In XIGVX cl xxlth consld ahl at
te ntron and much emcere Oratltadc
Lpon thc memh rs ofthe staff ot l a Reata h ue fallen a sflcat d a
of work ttuq xear lxhex hwxe end: tx ored to m Ike m l.,a Reata of
V27-1 the heat hlvh kchool annual utr produc cl Thex haxe Quc
ct ed d l thmk 1I1ID"ilC1I1f7IHE a dlfterent and an unubuallx lntereetmg
and beautllul one So l dcchcate thm mx eulogx to the WlSClOHT and
mgenurtx of each ot mx creatore who has helped m to make mx xe x
xutcewtul clehut l thank xou X H S
THE DEP ARTMENTS
One of the thmgs whnch has made the school xear of 7-l such a
ccessful one and that lt hae heen succesaful IS evldencecl bv the
contents of thls annual has b en the work of the mdrvldual depart
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ments. They accomplished so much because they did so enthusias-
tically, so whole-heartedly, everything they undertook. Did you
ever stop to think who was the motive power behind all this that was
undertaken and so admirably accomplished? Wfas it not the teachers
who started the work, secured the cooperation of the student body
and brought it through to a successful finish?
Our famous introductory assemblies at the first of the year reveal
the fact that each teacher considers her work the most important of
all. Furthermore, each one not only thinks his department is the best
but he works consistently and hard to make it so.
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The Senior class this year is extremelv fortunate in having such
a talented group of cartoonists to make cartoons for La Reata
regard to illustrations this year s annual is probably better than any
preceding it because of its unique c'1rtoons The class headings exe
cuted by Edgar Spaulding would do credit to any professional artist
He seems nex er to have passed through an amateur stage in his work
but has produced finished cartoons from the hrst The subject of his
class headings is unusual and appropriate and they are neatly carried
out The Senior class of l92-1 is deeplv indebted to Edgar Spaulding
for maklng its annual the most outstanding one in the history of the
A H S and extends him its sincere apprec ation of his work
Cther cartoonlsts who have done good work are Ysabel Steven
son Carl Loutt Milo Root Lorena Shelton Lockeye Powers and
We believe that our editorials will be of additional interest to
our readers this year because we have not limited their authorship
to members of La Reata staff Cthers who have assisted here are
Ysabel Stevenson Elizabeth Fee Maxine Halthusen Moynelle Stev
enson Ollie Stewart Lenore Pettit and some whose handwriting
could not be identified without an expert detective To all we wish to
express our appreciation for helping us to improve the quality of our
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sound of a dlstant Clock str1k1n0 twelyc A few mtrutes alter the
last stroke had dred away the dlctronary moy ed groaned shty ered
Not so well thank you Every day ID eyery way ls cm to grow
worse and worse It was only todav that a stuprd llttle sophomore
tore one ol my fine lndla paper pages Clear up th middle Gne junlor
rnsrsted on dlshgurmg me by underhnlng some of my Howerlest por
ttons lnyarrably some student w1ll leaye my sheets folded or w1ll
stretch me terrlbly by runnlng thelr heayy hands down my sprnal
column ln order to force me to stay at such and such a paw
Qome now Web soothed Darwin You are not so bad aff Look at
us up on these shelves day rn and day out You haye all the room ln the
world whrle we are so crowded and cramped
Crowded' Who s crowded3 came a VOICE from the oppostte corner
We havent any place to be crowded IH Oh' l do hope the SCDIOY Class
nves a magazlne tile as Its memorlal
Lets not fight sur.: ested Bryan But do look at our nelghbors ln
that glass case' What a shame that we too must have a 400' They are no
better than we and lt ns unjust Now l suggest
Cut It out enme rnterrupted a VOICC You know l am the best
authority on what to say and when to say lt and not a mere collectxon of
trash about sllver
Srlence agam reigned only to be broken ln a few mrnutes by Dante
do wrsh we could have more room and better treatment Even rl l do say rt
we compose a fine library but we cant stay that way wxthout and from the
students But there goes the bell and l must rest up for tomorrow
l thmk they could turn that thlng off after school hours added W ,I
B l tell you lt IS unjust and
Goodnlght ennre' yelled Mark TWBIH puttrnx, the hall once morn
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There have been 280 students ln the Spanlsh department ol the benxor
Hlgh bchool thls year Very few have dropped out and these were student
who have moved form the clty We have made freat effort to relieve the
study of Spamsh of 1ts drudgerv and monotony as an efiort to acquxre the
language by mduclng the students to read about Spamsh people thelr tustorns
and thxer countrles
The begmnmg students read and reported m Engllsh on the different
phases of Sparush llfe The second year students nn the sprung term read short
stones rn Spanish The third and fourth year students read a book for each
srx weeks term and reported 1n Spanlsh The department has a small lrbrary
of well selected books novels dramas short stories from which to select thelr
On anuary 23 the department staged its annual program whlch conslsted
ofa play songs and dancmg
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MISS WEHR and MISS WILHELM Instructors
ln March the Latln department publlshed the Tempora T e
edltorlal staff conslsted of some of the ablest wrlters ln the school
Maxwell Watts edltor xn chxef Marcella Rexdy EUHICC Herkenhoff
lrma Crackel Glen Holcomb Raymond Stamm and Ethyl Moulton
assoclate edltors Lee Farr busmess manager Helen Houp and
Katherme Fee art edltors The publlcatlon was put out ln true news
paper style approprxately rllustrated every artlcle apt and readable
Some of the artlcles that best explalnecl the value of Latln were
gxven these toplcs The Relatlon of Latm to the Sclences lntervxews
Wlth Famous Men on Study of Latln Latm ln the Professions Clas
slcal Influence upon AdVCYt1S1ng and the Reason for Taklng Latin
One unusual artlcle along thls lme Mabel cured by Latin read llke
the typlcal patent medlcme advertlsement
Basketball games were wrxtten up ln Latln Heart and Home
Problems IH Latln and personals ln Latin
The other speclal features were an artlcle on Druldlsm a poem
entxtled the Argo Naughts Gods and Goddesses of Albuquerque
Hlgh School Faculty from A to Z book TCVICWS and jokes
Proflts of the publlcatlon were turned over to the llbrary fund
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M155 OKb.LFb. and MR SHELFION lnstructors
Our annual Good Engll h Week was celebrated the last week
ln February Blackboard slogans posters and themes lmpressed us
wlth the necesslty of watchlng our sp ech The VHYIOUS contestants
from all the Engllsh classes filled room 310 on the afternoon of the
prellmlnarxes Promptly at 3 45 slxty five contestants were llned up
around the wall and the seats glven to ylsltors BV 4 30 all had
mlssed a word except Clyde Cleveland who was declared wxnner of
first place IH the contest Elizabeth Pale won second place Those
who won places as the ten best spellers ln school were 0ll1e Stewart
Ruth Lathrop ennxbel Cunmngham Claude Gomez Qrrle Davls
Robert Hall Chrlstlne Shaver Margaret Foraker Ellzabeth Pale and
Another event of the week was the extemporaneous oral theme
contest the prellmlnarles of whlch were conducted after school the
finals IH the audltorlum Mabel Olson won first place and Rob rt
Ruoff won second
ln the poster contest Dorothy Coulter won first place and
l orena Shelton won second
Cn February Z9 the final event of the week was an rmpr ssrve
audltorxum Professor Hubbell of the State Unlversxty ga-1 the prm
rlpal number on the program an effectlve address on Klpllng lllus
trated by readings from Klpllng s poetry Many students were ln
duced to form the acqualntance of KlDllHg by thrs address P1176
were awarded the wlnners of the varlous contests also the ever
popular orchestra appeared and somethlng rn the nature of a peclal
treat was glven ln the solos by Mlss Goetz
The study of Engllsh has four alms the mastery of our language
as a sclence as a hlstory as a Joy and as a tool The sclence of lan
guage we learn ln g ammar the hlstorv 1n llterature the joy IH the
endless wealth poetry storles essays and dramas afford Most lm
portant of all however IS our study of Engllsh as a tool At all tlmes
our language IS a means of commumcatlon Wlth others and a means
for fashlonlng the thoughts of our mlnds A new and extensive vo
cabulary IS at our dlsposal lf we but accept lt ln the oratory and
debate classes we are offered a means of betteung our speech f
bemg able to master our mlnds before others ln the Amerxcan and
Engllsh llterature classes we are glven an opportunlty to study the
masterpleces of our language at close range We try our hand at
drama, storles, essays, and even poetry
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row, and reverence for so great a man. To him these pages are ded-
icated in sincerest reverence.
The Peoria Weekly Post also contains advertisements that, if
they should occur today in a newspaper, would brings doubts to the
minds of the readers as to the sanity of the editor. Escaped slaves
and laborers seem to be the main topic discussed.
Last year there appeared in La Reata a facsimile of a paper pub-
lished in l880 containing accounts of the death of Washington: that
appeared through the courtesy of Louise Snyder. The original of the
facsimile that appears here is the property of Ollie Stewart.
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MISS FERGUSON, MRS. OWL-lNS, and MISS VVILKILRSON, Instructors.
Mathematics. How important is mathematics? It is so impor-
tant that each year the department has grown untiI now with an en-
roIIment of 350 pupiIs it is the second Iargest in the schooI. It is so
important that whenever one of its teachers is absent IVIrs La Bar
if unabIe to find a suitable substitute is forced to take the position
Two years of mathematics are required for graduation and en
trance to any accredited university but then there are other reasons
more entertaining and Iess talked of IVI Long says it is by far the
best course that he has taken in high school I-Ie adds that any sub
ject must be indeed important to make some of the senior g1rIs worry
and that math does that much
Furthermore it forms the needed basis for other studies MISS
Wehr says the so caIIed math sharks are the best Latin students
To study physics it is necessary to know the principles of algebra at
Ieast In this subject any person who has had trigonometry can do
the same caIcuIations for Iaboratory in half the time that it wouId
The fact that over twenty students registered for this year s
trigonometry cIass shows that they are beginning to reaI1ze this Thi
course has onIy been offered for the Iast two years and Iast year only
seven were enroIIed Its growth reminds one of an old joke which if
stretched a I1ttIe shows another importance That is that the navy
ranges its guns by the use of similar triangles
It goes that a keen eyed mountaineer Ied his overgrown son into
a countrv schoolhouse and spoke thus This here boy s arter Iarn
Whats yer b1II o fare3
Our curriculum sir corrected the schooImaster embraces
geography arithmetic trigonometry
That II do Interrupted the father That II do Load him up
with triggernometry He s the onIy poor shot in the farn1Iy
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Sexcral TIIUFS Clllfllli thf xc ar ex en tn most tnnld or Qhle mxt
IC psrson IH the hrch school IS stron lx convnctd of the lic th mt
thf re IS a sclence department IH the bulldlng The eul smells fodcus
IS not sufflclently expresslve for tht OCCHSIOH ot gases and aclcls pen
etrate to the farthermost corners of the bulldmg and l am afraxd
cause more than one person to wlsh from the bottom of hls heart
that the sclence department would succumb to ltS own 1n1qu1t1es l
bellexe l should have Sald ln proper chemlcal terms asphyxlate xt
self or somethmg equally horrlble
Yet ln Splte of all the bad thxngs saxd about lt the sclence de
partment IS undoubtedly one of the most lnterestlng m the bljlldlllg
lt IS IH the text and laboratorw work that the chemistry and phvslcs
students learn the strange composltxon coorclmatxon and actlon of
the parts of those thlngs we see 1n every day llfe It IS almost a fairy
tale this story of the laws whlch govern matter whether lt be no
larger than an atom or the SIZC of a mountam
The subjects of phySlOlOgy chemlstry bxology and physlcs are
embraced by the work of the SCICDCC department and the courses ln
all of these subjects are offered as a firm foundatlon for college work
Underclassmen do you know that water IS composed of two
gases3 Do you know two sounds may be comblned to produce
silence 3 You learn ln phvslcs just why and how th1S IS done Can
you descrlbe any part of the anatomy of a frog3 ln blology you can
learn how dlfterent animals and plants are constructed lhe human
body IS composed of electrlc charges If a way for the release of
these charges could be found plus some necessary lnformatlon the
body could be dlsmtegrated lnstantaneously Take chemlstry and
learn why sulphurlc acld chars or how chlorme gas IS made Study
sclence to learn somethlng of the thlngs around you and how to use
them for your own benefit
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MISS KIEKE and MISS GODDARD, Instructors.
On each floor of this school there is a subject taught that adver-
tises itself. A person needs only to walk through the hall to find out
all about it that is all about the subjects on the first and second floors.
The smells of the first floor coming from the Domestic Science room
tell you all you need to know and the smells on the second floor
coming from the Chemistry room tell you all you want to know. But
on the third floor the sounds coming from the typing room tell you
only a little of what IS going on inside
As one comes nearer that end of the hall he hears a sound some
times as if there were a mighty machine being operated by onc
person with an occasional run of clicks put in probably for effect
Cr perhaps he hears many sounds as each machine goes at its own
rate little caring what its neighbor is doing bent only on sp ed with
as few mistakes as possible The noise as the result of this would
make a Chinese school seem fairly quiet or so a person thinks at first
upon entering the room But after a little he forgets all this and takc s
an interest in what is being accomplished
Then the mistakes the class makes at first are forgotten How
they accidentallv put their fingers on the wrong horns keys in their
zeal to keep their eye on the material to b w itten and wrote facts
that were both new and sta tling 01 how words or numbers
perhaps were interposed g1y11 g '1 ncw twist to the subject m itter
or other errors wer n ad co imon to all b ginning typists Vyt
forget all this and think only of whit the class has attained ii spc ed
and accuracy of the medals recely ed and the honors gain d
1 irst honors for th ear were won by l llian scott 'ind Andr yy
Romero Ia llian qcott won th Lnd rwood .Di yer Mtdal tc h r itil
ty o w ite sixty words a minute for fifteen min ltr s without I wk IV
more lan sey en cirois Andrew Rom ro won he Lndt rw oo l
Dronfe Wledal 'ind 2 r tor writing fitty w Jrds p niinut J v
qualify b tore the end of th y ar
Can stud nts wl o do the work required in tht cours s ofrc vcd in
his d rartment hold pos1t1ons3 Sey eral businc ss men inte yi wed cn
this question haye answered ld rather take a high schoal graduate
into the business than anyone else As evidence of the prop r ability
we cite slmplv three cases I1.ima Whitehouse secretary ln the sup rin
tendent s office Helen Haynes secretary to Mrs LaBar and Adele
Morelll legal stenographer 1n Mr Simms office You may refer to
Miss Kieke for a great many' more
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The wood workrng department now offers courses rn cablnet malclng
bench work wood turnlng and pattern makmv the metal department offers
auto mechamcs sheet metal forge and machme shop practxce nlhe shops
have turned out two hundred and twenty flve boys better equlpped to take
thexr places m the world The wood department has made the equlpment
for a cookmg room m each of the jumor htgh schools a dxrect savmg of
twelve hundred dollars to the clty The metal classes have made many tools
for use ln the department also a twenty mch dlsc sander Durmg the past
year about thlrty flVC hundred dollars worth of new tools and machlnes
have been added to the equlpment practically all paid for by the by products
of the department ltself
Arms for the future l To make It posslble for every boy 1n the
c1ty to take the form of shop work he chooses 2 To open a shop m each
of the Jumor hlgh schools 3 To Increase the advantages of the speclal
students ln the Central School Shop
Our Motto Healthy wholesome work for Wllllflg heads
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Une of the most mterestlng departments of the school IS the
home economlcs department whlch has done some very lnterestlng
and practlcal work under the supervlslon of MISS C111 The s w
mg and second year cookery classes are conducted by lVl1ss C111 and
the f1rst year cookery classes by Miss Goetz Each ensuing year
the enrollment increases The number enrolled ln the varlous classes
are as follows Foods and Cookery l B and A forty three Foods
and Cookery II A twelve and Clothm and Textlles land II sl'-ity
three maklng a total of one hundred and elghteen
Durmv the flrst semester the glrls of the second year cookery
class gave several dmners The new course whlch was added the
second semester was Household Management and lnterlor Decora
txon ln connectlon wlth thls twenty famous plctures were studled
and mounted by the gxrls Also several lnterestmg trlps were tak n
Thev went to Strong s Furnlture store for rugs draperles and furn
lture to Korbers for wall paper and th manual trammg shop for
wood f1l'11ShCS Each glrl made a collectlon of VIEWS of the lnterlor
of rooms wh1ch were mounted ln books
The follommv books were purchased for the new course T e
Buslness of the Household bv Taber The Practlcal Book of lnt r
erlor Decoratlon by Eb rle1o McClure and Halloway The Prac
tlcal Book of Furnlshxnv the Small House or Apartment by Hallo
way and lnterlor Decoratlons bv Parsons
A great deal has been accompllshed by the glrls of the s vymw
classes They haye made two hundred and fifty und rcrarm nts and
one hundred and elghty dresses
Besides the study of foods 'md practlcal laboratory work the
grrls of the fxrst year cookery classes gaye seyeral breakfasts l
addrtlon to thls two pretilly appomted lunches were guy en to yxh ch
the mothers members of the fxculty and others were muted
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MR WILSON Instructor of Boys
A strong mind 1n a strong body IS the slogan of the phvsical
training department Each pupil in high school is required to make
one half credit 1n this department unless excused for physical reasons
on recommendation of a physician Many men and women in bus
mess and professional life say they owe their physical efficiency today
to habits that they acquired in gymnasium and hygiene classes
Many adults keep up the very exercises thev learned in school
In the Work indoors as well as out of doors the element of play
enters to a considerable extent Qbservation of the physically fit
among adults discloses a Splflt of play that gives the flavor to life
Take that out of the life of the adult and you find a system strained
to the breaking point nerves ready to collapse dispositions that
rankle slow mental and spiritual reactions to the problems of life
and bodies unprepared to carry the load of everyday responsibilities
Play hard when you play and work hard when you work
The gymnasium instruction given the sophomores and freshmen
tries to build up strong bodies Much has been said about being good
sports and the development of self control Physical training also
endeavors to add these assets to a personal character as essential
qualities of personal magnetism
A graduating senior said A high school pupil will get twice as
does this mean to character3 Simply that games and other activities
teach one to cooperate for the common good and to sacrifice personal
gain for the general welfare Iqhls broadening influence IS further
extended because the games and drills of the gymnasium classes de
velop skill and interest for the athletic activities these competitive
activities bring students ln Contact with other schools and association
with other schools develops an interest outside of self an lndlspens
able quality of ldeal citizenship
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We are the mu-,IL makers
'Xnd me are the dreamer of dreams
Wanderlng by lone sea breal-:ere
Xnd slttlng by deeolate Qtreame
Of whom the pale moon gleams
Yet we are the mover and ehalcers
Of the world forever xt seeme
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Regularly at publxc performances of xarlous klnds the music depart
ment has helped us to make merry or to be resposlve llsteners whatever
the occaslon demanded Vocal solos duets trros quartets qulntets chor
uses and orchebtra all dld therr parts
Personnel of Orchestra
Flrbt vlollns Buenell Mandell eanette lxat7 Nxles Strumqulst Fran
ces Burdell Marlan Eller Edward Plneua Georgla ones Hazel Hbeer Rob
ert Nordhaus Howard Weggs
Second vnohne Robert Hall ohn Strong C-eorgta Burdell Martha
Yott Myrtle Perce
Cornet Albert Dawes
Saxophone Albert Kool acl-1 McFarland and Donald Hubbell
Trombone Harold batterfleld
Drum Vernon Herndon
Cello Hugh Munn
Plano George Todd
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Cn Frlday and Saturday CVSIIIDQS March Z8 and 79 the musxc d
p-ntment under the dlrectxon of Mlss Samuels asslsted by MISS Miller phys
lcal tralmn dlrector presented Once ln a Blue lVloon 1 muslcal romance
1n prologue and three acts
After an absence of four years at college Bob llarrlngton 18 expected
to return to the home of his foster aunt Mr
Mary Montgomery whose daughter was hx
boyhood sweetheart Hawlng fallen IH love
with another grrl at college he sends hls chum
George 'laylor who much resembles hlm tc
substltute at the week end party George has
long wanted to meet Sylvla whose plcture at
tracts hlm greatly He arrives amld prepara
tlon for a Spanlsh FlCStd and finds Sylvla even
more charming than her photograph
Unexpected guests arrlve ID the persons
and are welcomed as dlstmgulshed noblemen
by Mrs Montgomery and xnvrted to remam
for the festlvxtles That night whlle the guests
are dancmg a robbery takes place and suspl
clon IS turned on George who IS forced to dis
close hls ldentlty Thxngs look dark for hlm
untll the gullty partles are brought to jl1StlCC
A telegram from the real Bob announclng
hrs marrxage leaves Geor e free to flmsh the story IH the approved fashxon
Cast of Characters
Moon Lady Soprano Gertrude Magee
Hop Smg H1 Barltone Russell Gere
Suzanne esclle Wolt
Mrs Montgomery Marcella Reldy
Sylvla Montgomery Soprano Vlrglnxa Hervey
Leatrlce Montgomery Margaret Whlte
Mrs Lavender Lounse Oestrexch
Bully Maxwell Barxtone Charles Dearlng U N M
Snr Perclval Chetwood Donald Crosno
M Rene LeMon Barltone WllSOn Kerm
Betty Morton Mezzo Soprano Louise Blakemore
Mr Babbxt Morton Baritone Arthur Everxtt
George Taylor Tenor Pat Muller U N M
Skylary Roams ack McFarland
Mooney Wlll Glass
Members of Chorus
Helen Stevens Edrxs Curtxs Clara Stevens Katherine Montoya Anme
Montoya Ella Clayton Maude Crosno Elza Selngman Margaret Shortle Mal
dred Brooks Lockeye Powers Lenore Pettit Helen Kay Maxine Halthusen
Dolores Benjamin Eunlce Herkenhoff Marian Raney Margaret Foraker
Chrlstme Leftwlch Albert Kool Frank Stortz George Farley Harry Hust
Franklin Copp Ronald Gray Bob Hughes Andrew Sutherland Wallace
Sherldan ullus Sylvester Creighton Foralcer Robert Ruoff Edmund Clayton
Paullne Leslie, Neva Lloyd, Theta Srll, Mary Lee, Carmen Nlcolacl,
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l.4lDI1d5YTlITlOI'lS 'Vlane Owen Pearl Combs. Amy larrlsh Vxncent
Ned l lder lred Allen bydney Nlarcus Xrnold Ro enwald oe Wlhxte
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Moon Lady s Attendants
anet Mathews l lsle Russell
l rologue Moon Lady
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No Cse Proposlng
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Wlv Home 'lown
Orange Blos oms
Song of the Callfornnans
The Blue Taxx
When Love has 1 May
George Pl aylor
Babblt 'Vlorton and
Betty Morton and
George Sylvla and Chorus
Chorus of Cnrls
Chorus of Boys
George and Chorus
The Entire Cast
Publclty Frank Stortz Wllson Kelm Marcella Rexdy Eunice Her
Propertles Orln btrong Robert Nlordhaus Charles RICE Courtney
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AIQHN STRONG Fdltor of Organlzatlons
Do you know hovs your class turned out for outsrde act1v1t1es thxs
vear3 Out of thxrtv outslde act1v1t1es we llsted the menbers or
partlclpants accordlng to classes We found as was to be expected
that the SCDIOTS were flrst wrth one hundred and seventy senlors rep
resented You may ask How can thls be when there were not that
many SCHIOYSB Easy Some appeared over and over both to the1r
credlt and to the credlt of thelr class Suppose these same puplls had
been as actxve 1n former years Some were as evldenced by the num
ber of act1v1t1es llStCd Wlth thexr plctures m thhe semor sectlon of thls
annual Qthers would have had a better showmg In the senlor sectlon
thls year lf they had thought about It sooner Every senlor has a rlght
to be proud of everv ltem after h1s name lf 1t1nd1cates an actlwe part 1n
Now jumors and sophomore are you merely lendmg your face to
a plcture or are you taklng an actlve part that wlll be llsted Wlth your
name when you graduate3 Keep up an actrve membershlp 1n at least
one organlzatlon for whlch vou recelve no credlts toward graduatlon
Why do you ask3 Ev ery man and woman aSplfCS to leadershlp 1n
nature manhood th e tralnmg for whlch he games ln schooldays
therefore see that you take the oppoortunltles to develop the qualltles
of leaders through actlve membershlp in the act1v1t1es offered ln your
We found by our 1nvest1gat1on that there have been one hundred
and thlrty junlors and seventy fue sophomores IH outslde events
Wha tabout lt juniors and sophomores3 Can you push the record of
class a httle hlgher next year3 unlors when you become SCDIOTS can
you make a better showlng than the senlors of this year d1d3 Soph
omores can you beat the record of thlS year s junlor class when you
Look over the records or the varlous actlvltles reported ln th1S
sectlon of your annual and flnd your place Do you expect to be a
lawyer who depends not only upon hls ablllty to reason accurately
but to do so whlle on hls feet upon the spur of the moment occa
sloned b ythe s1tuat1on5 The jom one of the debatlng socletles just
as soon as there IS an oppportunlty Attend thhe flrst meetlng next
fall Each of the organlzatlons ln our school has some deflnlte alm
Flnd out what that alm IS and see how It meets your case Choose
part of the time somethlng along your llne as a means of developlng
your best talents Choose also somethlng that wlll lmprove you
where you are deficlent
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MISS DIXON l'aculty Adv sel
ln thls world so full of lnterestlng thlngs there IS one general
subject whlch IS forever fresh and efferx esclng ln ltS lnterest That
subject IS learnlng It IS represented ln our school by the Scholar
shlp Soclety composed of students who have learned the true value
of worklng for hlgh grades These puplls r allze that knowledge not
only teaches humanlty dlsslpates sordldness and dlsp ls selflshness
but lt also strengthens the lndlvldual lnto a leader and our country
never before needed leaders as lt does now The world war left not
only the Unlted States but the whole world ln a chaotlc state Never
before have we been confronted by so many conplex problems as
we are today The face of the world lS stlll scarred wlth the bllght of
battle and ln the heart of every human b lnof llngers a falnt hop
for the r turn of normalcy The world IS looklng to the L.JIlltCCl
States for the solutlon of ltS problems and the Unlted States ln turn
looks to the lnstltutlons of learnlng for the productlon of men and
women to staballze the shlp of state and cause It to sall smoothly on
the sea of the world It IS ln such men and women that the buslness
men of today haxe thelr flnal hope Can we fall them3 No' and
apparently we are not golng to fall them ln a few years such boys
and glrls as those who are now m mbers of the Scholarshlp SOClCty
of the Albuquerque Hlgh School Wlll fulflll the hopes of the world
Already they are showlng SlgHS of leadershlp The presldent and
VICC presldent of the Roosevelt Debatlng Soclety and the best d bat
ers ln our school numb r among these elect Some of the memb rs
are athletes others are actors and actresses ln fact the soclety 19
represented ID every llne of 8CtlVlty ln th school Do you wonder
then at the falth of the world ln the scholar3 It IS as you see an
outgrowth of the knowledge that the student possessed of worth
whlle learnlng IS the transporter of hope, and the relnforcement of
man agalnst hlmself
Mr Botts, justlce of the supreme court of the state of New Mex
ICO ln hls address to the Scholarshlp Soclety, at ltS second seml an
nual assembly struck the keynote of the soclety's purpose when he
sald, UThls organlzatlon IS composed of those who have excelled ln
a glven task and IS a fore runner of slmllar organlzatlons vou Wlll
meet wlth after you leave school, and ln regard to them, too, elther
you Wlll be a member or you won't, and the quallflcatlons for mem
bershlp ln both cases are the same H
The Honor SOClCty IS not composed necessarlly of the brlghtest
puplls ln school, but It IS composed of those who have sllown along
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with mental ability of a high order certain worth-while traits of char-
acter: persistence, will power, dependability, and industry. To
meet the Scholarship test is no trivial task to honor that membership
by participation in outside activities as so many of them have done
is to achieve a real distinction in high school life. Some of the most
prominent students of A. H. S. are members ofthe Scholarship
Society: Marcella Reidv, Louise Oestreich, Eunice Herkenhoff,
Maxwell Watts, Danny Macpherson, Clyde Cleveland, Marian Ran-
ey, Lenore Pettit, Robert Hall, Ollie Stewart, Gladys Dorris, to men-
tion only a few of them.
Gt the class of l924, six members have the right to retain their
gold pins on graduation which means membership for seven con
secutlve semesters Eunice Herkcnhoff Helen Glabasnla Marcella
Reidy Moynelle Stevenson Ysabelle Stevenson and Ollie Stewart
These students are not book worms They haxe found in the
school life not only an opportunity to develop mental ability but
also to prepare themselves for future life by developing character
through participating in other things besides class room activities
ln this society every organization and activity in the high school is
represented It is made up of members of the Roosevelt Debating
Society Webster Debating Society Dramatic Club Chorus Record
Staff La Reata Staff Football Basketball Correspondence Club
Kodak Club etc
These outside activities are not entered into in a half hearted
manner but the same spirit is shown in work in these organizations
as lS manifested in the class room The whole school is behind the
movements for the betterment of scholastic standing in A H S
The constant increase in membership is the best proof of the support
given this organization by the student body
The student body is not alone in their support of the Honor
Society The citizens of Albuquerque are as enthusiastic in their
support of this field of activity as thev are in the support of athletics
Such prominent people as Mr C T French udge Rodey Mrs DIX
on judge Hanna Mr Venable and Mrs Rice who are or have been
closely connected with school life are profuse in their praise of this
institution They all agree that it lS a splendid thing and a great in
centive to honest effort Mr French stated that such an institution
is very good but that the girls do not need it as much as the boys do
A comparison of the number of boys and girls in the membership
seems to confirm this statement
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The GITIS League accompllshed a great deal during the year
towards promotlng 1tS purpose of hxgh ldeals of true womanhood
courtesy of speech and manner sxmpllclty loyalty and honor among
the League whlch proved 'werv sucessful
The flrst meetxng of the Cnrls League rn the fall as IS the cus
tom was an entertalnment and soclal to gxve the glrls an opportumtv
of becomlng better acqualnted Several buslness and pep meetlngs
were held at dlfferent tlmes durlng the year The Gxrls League
Carnlval was a declded success both flnanclally and SOClally The
maln performance was staged 1n the audltorlum and was featured
by a muslcal comedy a splendld orchestra and a doll show The
carnlval w1th 1ts side shows and booths of varlous klnds was cele
brated ln the gym
The GITIS League Handbook was prlnted for the flrst tlme thxs
year and proved very useful It contamed a lot of valuable lnform
atlon about the different organlzatlons of the school as well as songs
yells and blank pages for football and basketball scores Chrlstmas
boxes were sent by the glrls to the orphans rn the near east and sev
eral other charltable works were performed
The work of the League Increases each year 1n lmportance and
the pleasure of the glrls IS correspondlngly xncreased ln dolng the
worg which lt exacts We hope that thls Wlll continue to be true IH
future years and that the GIYIS League wlll always be an actlve or
ganlzatlon ln A H S
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C-od QIVC us men A tlme hke thls demands
Strong mlnds great hearts true falth and ready hands'
Men whom the lust of office does not lull
Men whom the SPOIIS of ofhce cannot buy
Men who possess oplnons and a will
Men who love humor men who cannot he
G Holland Wanted
Such IS the call whlch the hlgh school boys of today must soon
meet as they go form happy carefree school days to places of respon
Slblllty In buslness 1n the trades or 1n the professxons
The Fellows Club stands for manhood that IS honesty
courage chlvalry perfectxon of physlque reflnement of spmt
falrness Justlce mercy
Officers elected for thls year were Preslclent Crelghton Foraker
VICE Presldent Glenn Holcomb Secretary Robert Ruoff Treasurer
Though few meetlngs were held thls year the boys are no less
numerous 1n hlgh school than rn other days It IS belleved that there
wxll be more boys 1n hlgh school all over the country next year than
ever b fore Here Wlll be a chance for those who remaln 1n A H S
from th1s to next year to get new materlal Here s a WlSh for more
unlted effort among the boys than ever before and for even greater
opportunltles for the development of true leadershlp
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WEBSTER DEBATING SOCIETY
MISS DIXON Aclvnser
On September 26 l923 ln room 3I2 the Webster Debatmg Society
was launched for the year plans and programs were drscusses and officers
elected as follows Russell Gere President Vernon Herndon Vrce Presl
dent Ollre Stewart Secretary Treasurer
ThlS was a banner year for the Websters for the won every mter
soclety debate on the following subjects
Resolved That the United States should Jom the World Court without
mcurrmg any obllgatxon toward the League of Natxons
Resolved That the United States should recogmze Soviet Russra
Resolved That the Umted States should own and operate the coal
Resolved That the federal government should glve fmanclal and to the
farmers of this country
The last debate whlch occurred ln Audltorlum on Hay 5 was the most
hotly contested debate of the year a debate which has been pronounced as
the best Auditorium debate smce the custom orrgmated ln our hugh school
The wmnmg team composed of Rxchard Arledge Ollie Stewart and Max
well Watts upheld the afhrmatrve srde of the question Two of these speak
ers were seniors and one a sophomore The drfhcultles of the sltuatlon were
very ably handled by each speaker These speakers fon thelr literary letters
whrch wlll stand rn the future as emblems of their ablllty to reason logically
to speak correctly and to speak effectlvely
Besides those already mentloned other actlve members were Robert
Ruoff Le Farr Lockeye Powers Mabel Olson Sarah Ferral Franklin Copp
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Donald Qrosno Veneranda C-utrerrez Lourse Oestrerch Frances Delaney
Flrzabeth Fee Ronald Grey Marran Raney osephrne Napoleon Robert
Pettlt Arnold Rosenwald Tom Wilkerson Tumors Stewart Qhrrstrne Shaver
and Margaret Cox
ROOSEVELT DEBATING SOCIETY
MISS PHILLIPS Advxser
Officers for the Roosevelt Debatrng Socxety were elected September 25
rn room 310 Gladys Dorrrs Presrdent Moynelle Stevenson Vrce Pres:
dent Erma Qraclcel Secretary and esse Wxlson Sergeant at arms
Because the membershxp had ben consrderably depleted by the gradu
atron of many members the precdxng year the socrety decrded to hold a mem
bershrp contest At the frrst meetrng the socrety was drvrded rnto two teams
called the Cettums and the Talcems with Srdney Marcus and esse Wrlson
captams respectrvely Consrderable Interest was aroused by the contest
among the old members and qurte a number of new members were added
chrefly sophomores whxch should mean a strong soclety rn the future
Members of the society who won thelr literary letters thls year by therr
and Gladys Dorns who constituted the negatrve team of the proposltron of
flnancral ard t othe farmers Thus was wlthout doubt the best debate of the
year although the Roosevelts lost to the Websters The Come Back wrll
be staged next year Watch Us'
Other actxve members of the club besrdes those already mentloned
were Ysabel Stevenson Frances Parker Rudolph Cutrerrez lrma Crackel
Robert Nordhaus Ellzabeth Nordhaus Gladys Karxcofe Mildred Freed
and Robert Botts
One of the unusual programs of the year was a humorous debate of the
proposrtron Resolved Th the pm IS more useful than the match The
pm won Considerable excitement and rnterest between the two socretles
occurred when posters appeared on th Engllsh bulletm board on the thrrd
floor The Roo evelts started thrs as a chalenge to the Websters who clev
erly answered wrth another clever poster
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Greater 1nterest was shown ln the Record th1s year than ever before both
by the regular members of the staff and by specxal WYIKCTS each week Our
paper was also entered 1n the natlonal contest conducted by the Central lnter
scholastlc Press Assoc1at1on and was ranked as a flrst class hrgh school paper
an honor of whlch the whole school feels justly proud
The staff conslsted of the followlng Edltor m chref Wllson Kelm BSSOCI
ate edltors Lee Farr esse Wllson Ollre Stewart Maude Crosno Frances
Parker busmess manager Wallace Sherldan ass1stant busxness manager
Lawrence M1lne act1v1t1es reporters Maxrne Halthusen Rrchard Arledge
reporters of athletlcs Raymond Stamm Emmet Vaughey Sarah Ferrall
exchange edltor Loulse Oesterelch typxst Helen Glabasma
The regular lssues conslsted of fxve seventeen lnch colums to the page
for flrst thlrcl and fourth pages also for addxtronal pages of speclal lssues A
sllght change gave one double wrdth column and three regular wldth columns
to the ed1tor1al page Pup1ls rn the Englxsh IV classes aSSlStCd 1n prov1d1ng the
materlal for the edrtorlal page regularly Sophomore and Jumor composltlon
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Albuquerque and v1C1n1ty ire full ot ltE'lII9 ol mte rest
those xx ho exnnot 111 ak: a personal x1s1t to all of thts places t e
Joxlc Qlub tru s to lJl'lI1U as much poss1hlc Jx means of t e
lhcre 1rc many flftg 1n cduc 1t1o11 that we could learn rom
ex 4111 net Hut how IUUC 1 he tter It IS to haue thes tact-2 collec e
togc tht r 1n 1 hook for the use ot thc student It IS true also that lt
would perhaps be poss1hle for ull of us to Nl 1t the XHYIOUS sectlons
of New lVlPXllO and b come atquamted 'Wlllxl the num rous pomts of
1ntc rcst but l1ow much better 1t IS to haue these thlngs brought to
gethcr IH the form of photographs for study and companson Th1s
IS tht object of the lxodali Club
ln the fall of l977 the Kodak Club was organlzed The Hrst
year was very successful Kodak VIEWS were attractwely d1splayed
and at the close of the year the sale of calendars prlnts and enlarge
ments gave us a good prof1t
Th1s second year has been full of d1fl'-1cult1es wh1ch the club has
had to conquer Although our membershlp has been smaller we
have had a number of xery fa1thful workers and we haue been able
to sell almost four hundred plctures and furmsh one hundred for
the La Reata
La Reata f1rst prlze thls year goes to Ruth Kay who turned ID
th1rty two plctures Samuel Bla1r Wlns second place and Katherme
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Although art wasnt lnclud d ln the CLlII'lClllL1fI'1 of th school
thls year the subject wasnt entlrelv omltted The art club was or
ganled under the dlrectlon of MISS Phllllps whrch was a great success
and whlch has taken the place of an art class to a certaxn extent By
dxscusslng wlth each other the good and bad polnts of thelr work tht
members have learned much that has been beneflclal They hayc
also acqulred some valuable lnformatlon from those who made
speeches before the club lVl1ss Phllllps herself has acted somewhat
as ln lnstructor to the club by tellmg th members what the arm of
a poster IS and how to make them str1k1ng and 1n offerlng sugg s
tlons for department headlngs and tallpreces for the La Reata
The prlmary object 1n organlzlng the La Reata Art Club was to
provlde an asslstant staff for the art edltors of l..a Reata It would
have been lmposslble for the art edltors to haue done all the art work
for the annual After the name of the club was cleclded on offlcer
were elected as follows Presldent Chrlstlne Leftwlch Vlce Pres
ldent Harold Snell Secretary Treasurer Lockeve Powers Frlday
of each week was set as a regular txme for meetmgs Slnce lt was
flrst organxzed the club has been kept busy wlth the annual work
and making posters
Poster contests were held for the Roswell football game he
unlor Play and the other plays and for Good Engllsh Week The
Roswell game furnxshed subject matter fo posters ln the flrst con
test The prlze w1nn1ng poster shown on page 78 was made by
Barbara Clayton The pr17e a beautlful yellow and whlte Hlgh
School pennant was glven by lVl1ss Phrllxps The posters for thls
contest were photographed for the annual and lt was at thls trme
that the club learned that yellow and orange shades dld not photo
graph well and for thls reason could not be glven much consldera
tlon by the Judges After that they aV0lClCd these shades chooslng
colors that would not offend the camera s eye
The next contest conslsted of posters advertlslng My lrlsh
Rose the unxor play Mr Shelton offered two free tlckets as a
prize for the best poster and one free tlcket as prlze for second best
Chrlstlne Leftwlch won flrst PYIZC and Ollle Stewart the second
Cther contests were held 1n whlch prlzes of free tlckets were
given Posters were made for Good Engllsh Week and prlzes award
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for Unce 1n a Blue Moon Posters for the Senlor play Wlll be
made after thls goes to press
Dorothy Coulter won flrst place and Lorena Shelton second
ln the Good Engllsh poster contest ln the Operetta poster contest
flrst place was won by lVlar1e Skinner second by Cllle Stewart thlrd
by Ysabel Stevenson and fourth by Edrls CUYtlS Other strlklng
posters were made by Robert Ruoff Oren Strong Tlmols Stewart
Helen Glabasnla Frances Parker llon Barth and Llllvan Scott
The club was especlally pralsed by the engraver for thelr ex
cellent headlngs and tallpleces for the annual the Cd1t0I'lI'l chlef
Malcolm Long compllmented the art department also on ltS excellent
work and the untlrxng efforts of the members of th Art Club
Speclal credit IS due to the followmg Qllle Stewart Lockeye
Powers llon Barth Ysab l Stevenson Edgar Spaulding MllO Root
Marle Sklnner Carl l..ov1tt Helen Houp Ina Nllller Helen Stubbs
I orena Shelton Barbara Clayton
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Letters have been recelvecl form varxous places ID France 1n Be-lgrum
Chlna and Porto Rlco Letters have been sent not only to these places but
also to South Atmerlca Chlna apan and bpaln Some of the defllilfe local
ltles on the lust are the follovwlnf., Horace Mann School Clales Porto Rlco
TIHIQUCD Chule Qhambery SdVOlC France Lycee de Larcons Lorxent
Morblhan Nice XlpeslVlar1t1mes Angers lVla1neetLo1re Bogota Qolomhla
Shanghal Qhlna l oja Ecu ador Huaros leru The complete llst IS too long
to gxve here these however are sufficient to show what widely dnfterent
lnformatlon and lnterests may he hrought together through such a club Some
members have corresponded two or three vears Wlfh the same students
Nluch has been learned by our own students who hope that they haxe been
able to gl e as much to the students of forexxgn lands
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MR WlLbON Boys Director
Bow wow' Bow wow' Bulldogs' ust what were you thlnx
lng when you heard thls yell from hundreds3 You mlght have been
thlnklng of that anlmal wlth a large head and wrlnkled face a dls
tmct race of dog You were thlnklng of the bulldog s great courage
mdomltable strength and a falthful klndly d1spos1t1on to frlends but
dangerous to enemles ust then you looked at the team bearxng
the name of Bullodgs and watched them You were heard to com
pare them Wlth that anlmal whose name they wear Thelr heads
were unusual as they were especlally clear mlnded 1n playlng the
game and ln team work Thelr faces were only wrlnkled when ln
deep thought They were noted for thelr great strength and tenaclty
Their strength placed them flrst rank ID the fleld of athletes Thelr
kindly and falthful posltxon dld honor to the name of A H S and
llke all bulldogs thelr opponents feared them They played the
game as clean as a Bullodg s tooth and they malntalned self respect
ln faclng defeat ln the words of Coach Candelarla of Menaul they
take honorable defeat rather than vlctory otherwise
The Athletlc ASSOCIHIIOH
was first orgamzed m I89Z OFFICERS ATHLETIC ASSOC Muon
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obhged to pay Hfty cents to
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that mclude membershlp ln
the SSSOCIHIIOH and admlt the
holders to all games Thls year
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Crelghton Foraker Vxce Presldent Bob Hughes S cretary M11
dred Lxghton and BJSIHCSS lVlana0cr Mr Edward Llghton
funds used to defray the expenses of taklng trips provldlng guaran
tees to v1s1t1ng teams and the llke are ralsed and handled through
the ale of season tlckets An attempt was made to secure badges
1n the form of bulldogs but the matter was dropp d b cause the
badges could not be secured IH tlme for use at the b g football games
Whatever the badge chosen for future use lt should b secured ln
tlme for use at all the athletlc aCtlVltl6S of the year
October 6 BELEN GAME 45 0
The Green and Whlte team took Belen completely off Its feet ln
the flrst game of the season Belen offered no real opposltlon to the
Bulldogs and Coach WIISOD used almost all of hrs second Stflng men
durlng the second quarter Tomel made the first touchdown less than
a mlnute after the luck off by recoverlng a fumble from Belen A
H S players showed a good passlng game and scored almost at Wlll
October 20 LAS VEGAS GAME 77 6
The Bulldogs covered themselves wlth glory IH the spectacular
game wlth the Vegas Normal Hlgh The game was fllled Wlth thrllls
the most CXC1tIflg perhaps belng the 97 yard run of Long s for a touch
down Vegas was threatenlng our goal for the flrst tlme when
Squirt lntercepted a pass and ran down the fleld for a touchdown
Stortz also caused the spectators to hold thelr breath when he caught
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a long pass and carrled It over the goal hne The hne also fought con
slstently and thelr lnterference was especlally notlceable ln the fourth
quarter the first team was agam put ln and the ostrlch formatlon
was used with favorable result The game was marked by clean play
mg and the Vegas men showed thems lves to b true sportsm n at
October 27 INDIAN SCHOOL GAME 59 0
On October 20th the Bulldogs gave the hghter lnclaln School
team a 59 0 drubblng The lndxans put up a gam fight but were no
match for the Bulldogs The smoothness of the A H S backfleld
featured ln the game
November 3 MENAUL GAME 37 6
Outplaymg Menaul all through the game the Green and White
again walked off wlth the Clty honors The game, however, was
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November 10 ROSWELL GAME
Roswell started wlth a bang the fxrst quarter took thmgs ln hand
and started down the fleld to our hfteen yard l1ne but our defense
stlttened and held The second quarter was pretty even but the last
half was all Albuquerque s lqhe breen and Whlte threatened to
score three tlmes and once had the ball on thelr one ward hne but Ros
November 17 BELEN GAME 38 13
Comlng back m a tashlon most surp1s1ng the Belen team put up
a plucky flght with the Bulldogs From the flrst whrstle Belen was
sllent quarter back whrle Chlle at end dlrected the team Belen s
aerlal attack was quxte a surprlse but the Bulldogs managed to gam
a safe margln of 38 I3
November 29 EL PASO GAME 7 13
The Bulldogs lost to the Tlgers IH one of the cleanest and fast
est games ever played Even though defeated we can be proud of
the sp1r1t of our men who thoroughly dlsplayed thelr sportsmanshlp
The game was excltlng throughout wlth Albuquerque ahead Wlth a
score of 7 6 ln the last half The TIQFTS however were flghters and
succeeded 1n makmg a touchdown 1n the last ten mlnutes of play
Roybal outpunted Carson El Paso star but the El Paso l1ne proved
too strong for the plunges of the Bulldogs
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An assembly ln honor of the football men was held on Friday
january I8 for the purpose of presentmg awards Watch fobs with
a small gold football wxth a green enameled A on one slde and the
mltlals of the reclplent on the other were presented to all semor mem
bers of the team who had played ln therr sophomore and Junior years
and had won sweaters They were gxven to Malcolm Long Arthur
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unlors who had already won sweaters were presented wlth
letters and a bulldog emhlcm lhcse were awarded to Paul Paw
Glen Holcomb ames Roybal Steve Matlock and Qlner 'Vloore
Other members of the team who had not already recelved sweaters
were QIVCD the sweaters and one seruce str1p lVlen TCCCIWIHQ these
were Bob Hughes Vlllllam DeGrvse ack Mcfarland and leon
BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT MARCH 10 11
Many teams from the stat turned out for th basketball tourna
ment ll"lClUdl1'1Q Belen Tularo a Portal s St Mrchaels Clayton
Hagerman Menaul Alamogordo Montezuma and A H S Each
team was out to Wm and no one was confident of the outcom Hag
erman came back as strong as ever and succeeded ln retamlng the
state champlonshlp Menaul as runner up took second place and
March 10 A H S 50 Portales 20
Playlng wlth machme llke prec1s1on the Bulldogs succeed d ln
walloplng Portales uslng second strlng men 1n the second half The
Bulldogs started scorlng soon after the whlstl and at no tlme durlng
the game was the outcome uncertaln Stortz and Long were the stars
both of these mak ng seven field goals
March 11 A H S 14 Menaul 15
The Bulldogs lost to Menaul ln the hardest fought game of the
tournament Thelr passlng was excellent but they couldnt hlt the
basket and had hard luck on thelr free throws The Panthers led at
the end of the half Wlth a l l 4 score but the Bulldogs p1CkCd up and
evened the score a few mlnutes before the whlstle Menaul succeeded
ln breakmg the t1e Wlth a free throw and won the game by one pomt
March ll A H S 27 Tularosa 17
The Bulldogs took thlrd place ln th tournament by defeatmg
Tularo a rn the consolatvons The Bulldogs led at all tm s except
durlng the first p nod Long and Foraker starred
BULLDOGS EASTERN INVASION
Early ln the s ason th Bulldog basketm n mad an lnvaslon
lnto the eastern part of the state playmg Estancxa CTOVIS and Por
tales on the trlp and losmg only the Portales game The flrst game
of the trlp at Estancla found the Bulldog passlng game workmg very
smoothly and though Estancla used a f1VC man defense the A H S
boys penetrated xt to defeat their opponents 24 I3 Estancla led at
flrst but later ln the game the Bulldogs began to fmd the basket and
were 1n the lead throughout the remainder of the game Trauth and
Stortz were the outstandmg stars of the game although Plerce was
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txnued the good wo k and took the gam 79 77 l'he 1 1 was fa t
and the score clos most of the tlm althou h the llulldn s got away
to a slx pomt lead and kept It the cntu am It All uqu rque
DISSIDL, game was good and Clous was unablr to break th flVC man
hls strld and made I7
lhe last game of the trlp it Portales lesulted 1n an I8 ll de
ff at for A H S lhe game was marked by much roughness and an
almost lmpenetrable d tense on both Sld s Portales led through the
entlre game lnhe Albuquerque boys n ad a good howm on the
trlp even though defeated bv Portales The Qlous team was r gard
ed as one of the strongest teams ln the state and had twlce d f ated
CITY CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.
The clty champlonshlp game, between Menaul and A H S ,
was the occaslon for the greatest battle on the Armory floor of the
entlre basketball season The game was fast and furious most of the
Way, and the teams were runnlng neck and neck untll the last five
mlnutes of play Nlenaul got away to an early lead, whlch the Bull
dogs could not overcome Menaul took advantage of thelr early
lead, and stalled along wlth the ball, materially lessenmg the speed of
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tor the loss of the game IS poor basket Sl100flI'1Q T lmt after t1ITl the
Bulldog worked the ball down to the1r end of the court but were
unable to make therr shots count for pornts lrauth Foraker mo
Bryce starred IH thls gam for Albuquerque Long b caus of 1
dr ablllty was not sent rn untll the last two nnnutes of the game
ThlS game also declded the sectxonal champ1onsh1p and mad
both lVlenaul and A H S ellglble for the state tournament
May 9 and 10
The annual state tennls tournam nt whlch took plac on the
same days as the state track meet was won by Albuquerque 1n the
boys matches and by Belen ln the glrls matches
Tennxs IS yearly growlng as a popular sport ln New MEXICO as
was shown by the number of teams sent to the tournament thxs year
Santa Fe Los Alamos Magdalena Belen lVlenaul and Albuquer
que contested for the champlonshlp
Los Alamos Won the slngles champlonshlp ln a hard fought
match It was a steady dellberate contest where coolness counted
played brllllantly and the outcome of the match was doubtful until
the end Thls IS the second tlme Los Alamos has won the slngles
champlonshlp but Albuquerque hopes to make It lnterestmg for
them next year
Albuquerque won the doubles champlonshlp bv beatlng Pond
and ohnson of Los Alamos 6 2 6 3 6 8 6 3 ln another close match
AYITIIJO and MOHkCWlCZ played a steady aggressive game concentrat
mg thelr efforts on ohnson The match was a breath taklng one
fllled wlth good strikes and strlklnff plays
Belen was the only contestant wlth Albuquerque ID glrls tennls
but thls dld not make the glrls tournament the less lnterestlng for
Belen and Albuquerque are old rlvals ln glrls tennls Belen won the
slngles and doubles champlonshlp but all the games were closely
played Lols Slmmons defeated Loulse Oestrelch ln the flnals ln a
very lnterestlng match MISS Slmmons played a conslstent drlvlng
game Wlflfllng the tournament by cool calculatlon rather than by
brllllant playmg Belen defeated Albuquerque ln the doubles 7 5
3 6 6 4 IH one of the best exhlbxtlons of glrls tennls seen on the Var
Slty courts thls season Marcella Reldy was the outstanding player
of the four glrls LOUISE Oestrelch and Marcella Reldy exc lled ln
brllllant playlng but went down before the steady defenslve plav of
Belen Albuquerque played an aggressrve game whxle Belen had
a smooth returnlng game Belen has been tW1CC champlon and Al
buquerque once so we are commg back stronger next year to recap
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Albuquerque won the lnterscholastrc meet from th clty school
wlnnlng from lVlenaul bv a close margm Thls meet brought out n w
talent ln the hlgh school for boys who had never b en out for tra k
before placed ID several events Foraker was hlgh polnt man tylng
wrth Stortz for flrst place ln the hrgh jump Coach Wrlson was w ll
pleased wrth the work of hrs men and prophesled a good battl for
the state meet
Wrth Frank Stortz taklng SIX flrsts and a thlrd the senrors were
easy winners ln the annual lnterclass track and fleld meet held at the
unrverslty fleld Saturday Aprll 27 The senlors took 67 l 3 porns
the junlors 22 2 3 and the sophomores 9 Only eleven events were
held as the cold and wmd cuttmg short the meet elrmmated the Javelm
and dlscus throws
Stortz as had been expected was the outstandlng performer of
the meet He won the l00 yard dash ln l I seconds flat and also the
pole vault hlgh Jump hlgh and low hurdles the quarter mrle and
took thrrd rn the broad Jump
Dlck Vann made eight of the sophomores mne Foraker made
elght polnts for the semors and Trauth and Prerce were the jumor
stars of the meet
ANNUAL STATE TRACK MEET.
May 9 and 10.
Taos, with a three man team, won the state track meet from
Raton, Clovls, Menaul, Albuquerque, Belen, Santa Fe, Texlco, San
Jon, Grady, and Ranchvllle by the narrowest margm ever known rn
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track meets in Albuquerque, 27 and 3-5 to 27 and 2-I5, Albuquer-
que coming in second. The contest was so close that no one had an
inkling of the outcome.
Stortz starred throughout the meet, taking first place in three
events. l-le was second high point man while Bolander of Taos was
first. Stortz won firsts in the pole vault, high jump, and low hurdles
for a total of fifteen points.
Albuquerque was in the lead with 27 2-l5 points to Taos'
Z2 3-5 up to the time of the javelin throw. A first place for Taos and
a third for Albuquerque would still have given Albuquerque the
meet, but a first for Taos without a point for Albuquerque would
give the meet to Taos. Such was the case and Taos won the meet.
An example of the accurateness demanded of track men was
given in the high hurdles Stortz won the event yards ahead of For
aker of Albuquerque but was disqualified for swinging one foot into
the lane next to his This gave Foraker first Samuelson of Santa Fe
second and Hill of Ranchvllle third and cost the Bulldogs three points
One interesting feature from Albuquerque s point of view was
that Stortz second high point man beat Bolander first high polnt
man IH the low hurdles ln 27 3 seconds one tenth slower than Bo
landers tlme in the prelimlnaries He and Bolander ran close all
Thus the good luck that followed the Bulldogs for four years
was captured by Taos Bulldog spirit however never says die
will come back to next year s state track meet with even greater grit
and tenacity than ever before
BASKETBALL ANS TRACK AWARDS
To be eligible for basketball awards each member must play in
more than half of the scheduled games For those who are seniors
playing their third year the award IS a gold basketball and a medal
for juniors playing their second year the award is the athletic letter
with the bulldog emblem for those who played thelr first year the
athletic letter Seniors who received awards this year were Bryce
Foraker Stortz lVlonkew1cz and Long The only Junior was Trauth
and there were no sophomores
For track the requirements are that the pupil win one point or
fraction of a point in the state meet or that he run in the relay The
awards were athletic letters of a different typ than those given for
football and basketball Those who received these were Snell Vann
Foraker Stortz McFarland Parentl Trauth Pierce and Boyce
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DGNALD CROSNO Edltor
D C SHELTON Dramatlc Coach
Partly through such organlzatlons as the Drama League and the
L ttle Theater partly through the mfluence of the Natlonal Council
of Teachers of Engllsh and partly through reallzatlon of the need on
the part of the publlc dramatic work has come to be recognlzed as a
deflnlte need rn hlgh school llfe Some of thls work IS obtalned by
students 1n the regular class rooms but thls has been found to be ln
sufliclent for puplls need the lnsplratlon of an audlence l-o meet
thls need custom ln our school has establlshed a serles of publlc per
formances partlclpatlon In such act1v1t1es bemg purely voluntarv
The first play of the year IS presented by the Jumor class thelr
rmmedlate motlve bemg the deslre to finance the unlor Senlor Prom
glven annually by the junlors to the senlors
For several years the Dramatlc Club has gnven a play the motive
changing from year to year This year the purpose was to ard the
Athletlc Assoclatlon m the purchase of athletlc sweaters and emblems
Sometimes departments to show the work of thelr special
courses or to ralse money for some departmental need also grve
publxc performances as dld the MUSIC and Spanlsh departments this
The Senlor Play rs probably the cllmax of dramatlc performances
each year for the semors have had more opportunltres for partlclpa
t1on m such performances This play IS given annually to Finance
the school year book
Further opportunltles for publlc
appearance are gxven to students l
ln the oratorlcal and cleclamatory
contests ln the sprlng The Wm
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state contest conducted Dy the For
ens'c League of New MEXICO ln
Membershlp ln the Dramatxc
Club lncludes puplls ln publlc
speaklng who make a grade of M,
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pose of thls club IS to promote lnterest IH dramatlc performances and
ln dramatlc llterature
HER FRIEND THE ENEMY
The common thlnv well portrayed IS lnterestlng but a thlng ln
whlch we are lnterested well portrayed IS appeallng
and ln every sense of the word successful The theme
of the Senlor play was one of two fold lnterest the
patrlotlsm of a young man and our ClVll War
The maln story ofthe play hlnges about the
struggle of Captaln ack Fernbrook U S A agalnst
the plottlng of the traltor Frank Flemlng Zebedlah
enks and hlS daughter Adclle brlng to us a whiff of Yankee shrewd
nes and phllosophy Dlana Burton Zebs nlece IS VlSltlDg ln the
North when l..lge and old Negro serw ant enters and tells her she must
return to Rlchmond before the war breaks out It IS arranged for Ad
dle to VlSlt ln the South untll the war IS over Frank Flemlng s true
character IS soon revealed He appears after the scene shlfts to Rlch
mond at the head of the South s Secret SCYVICC and as the trusted
frlencl of Dlana s father ack Fernbrook IS captured as a spy After
two narrow escapes one up the chlmney of the Burton home he ac
tually gets to the UHIOH llnes Wlth the asslstance of l..lge Flemlng
IS trlcked and taken away as a prlsoner by hls own men It ends IH
true melo dramatlc style The Confederate army evacuates Rlch
mond and Fernbrook returns Wlth the UHIOH army ln tlme to save
Dlana from Flemlng Flemlng IS kllled and Fernbrook announces
the end of the war
The play was characterlzecl by exceedlngly tense moments and
very reallstlc character portrayal by all the cast Llge s quarrellng
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hls slster hls proposal to Addxe and other ex ents were humorous mo
ments m the play effectlvely contrasted wlth the tense parts ID the
actlon of Dlana llCIT1ll'lg and lmernbrook and the pathos aroused
when the old fcolonel and hxs wxfe we re tryxng to make optlmlstlc
plans for the future 1n splte ot the foreseen outcome
of the war The xxx 1d and accurate portrayal of the
4' gt characters was exldenced by the response of the aud
lence when the class of Z4 put on the play that fully
malntalns the hlgh standards of Albuquerque Hlgh
School Partlcularly etfectlve rn thls play were the
costumes and perlod furnlture
The cast follows
Zebedlah enks Arthur Bryce
Addle Jenks Helen Glabasnla
Dlana Burton Maxlne Halthusen
Llgf? Franklm Copp
Frank Flemmg Wllson Kelm
Captain ack Fernbrook Malcolm Long
Aunt Chloe Frances Parker
Mrs Burton Elxzabeth Fee
Colonel Burton Robert Ruoff
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Soldlers Vvlll Class Harold Snell Cr 1 hton Foralcer
ORATORICAL AND DECLAMATORY CONTESTS
Albuquerque High School won flrst plac 1n tue declamatory
contest and thlrd ln the oratorlcal contest conducted bs the l'orens1c
League of the Hlgh Schools ot New MGXICO held at the Lnn ersltv
of New MEXICO Mav 9 and lfl Santa Rosa won flrst ln the oratorlcal
contest ln her rendltlon of Pro Patna Dorothy Mcluaughlln was
excellent as decreed by the audlence generally as well as by the Judges
when thelr declslon gave her flrst place S cond place was won by
Harrlet Ferguson from Normal bnlversxty who gave The Llttlest
Rebel thlrd place was won bw Clark Vlfhlte from San on who gave
Humoresque Melvln Neal of Santa Rosa won f1fSt ln the orator
lcal contest on the subject Success Gall Henslng of Montezuma
College won second wlth Preservatlon of Amerlcan Ideals Through
Eclucatlon and Lee Farr of A H S won thlrd wlth the subject An
Amerlcan lcleal Uther contestants ln these contests were from
Gallup Dawson Sprlnger Mxlls and Santa Fe
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My Irish Rose a clever comedy drama was presented by thf
unlor Class ln a matmee and an evenlng performance to crowdecl
houses on December thlrteenth and fourteenth Xxfltll good materlal
workmg hard and Mr Shelton our new dlrector glVII1g hrs best the
play came off w1th crownmg success and took lts place among the
best of the plays of the Albuquerque Hlgh School
Colum McCormack plaved by ack McFarland and hls slster
Ann Mary played by Ethyl Moulton lxve on a small farm IH Klldare
County Ireland and they are ralslng the1r nlece and nephew Rose
and Terry Crelgan played bv Rosamond Gelsler and Wallace Shen
dan Terry IS an exlle rn Amerlca because of hrs Irsh temper Mar
lan Raney as the WldOW Harrlngton wlth money 1n the bank has
Hughes as Maurlce F1tzgerald a rxch young artlst Nadene Bowers
as Agnes Barrlcklow travellng w1th Maurlce s slster Elleen Lenore
Pettlt and Archlbald Pennywltt Gorge Todd trxes to mterfere but
falls She later causes trouble ln the Fltzgerald home but her plans
are detected Terry IS restored to rank Archxbald and Elleen are
brought together and all ends happlly It was a clever play full of
laughs and traglc moments
If lt had not bee for the strong support of the rest of the cast
ack McFarland and sepeclally Rosamond Gelsler would have been
the outstandlng stars of the play Too much cannot be sald for
elther Bob Hughes captured the femlnme hearts of his audlence
and played hls part ln a manly fashlon Marxan Raney the quallty
of the vlllage esclle Wolf as the emotlonal mald and Edward Rowe
as the lazlest man ln Klldare County caused much laughter by thelr
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unusual lmpersonatlons Nadene Bowers as the lady who stopped
at nothlng George Todd as the dense effemlnate Engllshman Lenore
Pettlt as the attractlve Engllsh Curl and Wallace Sherldan as Terry
played therr parts wlth characterlstlc ease Harry Hust as the law
yer and Ethyl Moulton as Ann Mary won favorable comment
A Kerry dance was given rn the second act whlch was very well
recexved C-len Holcomb and Sldney Marcus looked and acted thelr
parts of vlllage lads
HUSBANDS ON APPROVAL
NCCCSSlty IS the mother of rnventlon so when Nancy C-lover
dldn t know whlch one to marry she rnvlted all four of them yes
all four Drck Frtzgerald Colonel Maynard Rowe Hamllton Seaver
and Bob Devon to her house for a month to choose at lelsure It
sounded all rlght t1ll Dlck the young sculptor mentloned hrs favor
lte foods and Hamllton or Ham the arlstocrat of the crowd told
of hrs dletmg Bob rnsxsted on his plpe and the Colonel told lnter
estlng 3 storles of the campalgns 1n the Phllllplnes
Matters looked SCYIOUS especlally when Bob received a note he
could not explaln and the others came to heated words about dys
peptlcs the Colonel s gray halrs and lrlsh songs However after
Nancy had turned three of them down on the last mornlng the Col
onel found consolatlon ln Mrs Glover Hamllton gave hrs broken
heart to Rlta Glover to mend Dick mtroduced Catherrne the Belfast
Nancy s satlsfactlon
The leading part was played by Laura Earlckson as Nancy who
efflclently portrayed the modern glrl ack McFarland as Dick
Robert Ruoff as the Colonel Vernon Herndon as Hamilton Seaver
and Le Farr as Bob showed just how the love maklng IS done even
ln peculiar clrcumstances or agalnst terrlble odds
Mrs Glover Dorothy McLaughl1n Rlta Glover Helen Glabas
ma and Catherlne C-ladys Karlcofe fltted 1n nlcely by rellevlng
Nancy of the three rejected sultors
Wllson Kelm as Samuel Rdtherford Glover jr was glvmg pat
ernal advlce to hls blg slster Arnold Rosenwald was the messenger
boy who brought the troublesome message When Nancy was try
mg to reject the varlous sultors Mllo Root as Kratz the st am frtter
who refused to leave lnterrupted several tlmes rn hrs pursult of radla
tor troubles untll DlCk got rld of hlm by force
The play was presented ln two performances a matmee on Feb
ruary I4 and a night performance on February I5 to a full house
The Dramatlc Club IS proud of the play the success of whlch was ob
talned through the earnest hard work of our dxrector Mr Shelton
and of the cast
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ndels mer nm o t ws perhaps thex re no
as IH arxelous as thosc IH other states hut to us thex are the most
lor her pralrles her srnd hllls and her drx dustx atmosphere that
ch xrictc TIZPS New NTPXICO and lt rs all thls thut makes her our prldc
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THE CHANGING TIMES
Our wlld west IS gone forex er Lange c1t1es haxe replaced the
camps of the redman the slu scraper the tepee The Amerlcan
lndlan ol todax IS shorn of hls sax ave Cfrandeur and plcturesqueness
hls most consplcuous l'T1CI'llS
The buffalo whxch were formerlx found ln countless numbers
on the pl31I1S and pralrles can be seen today 1n small herds onlw 1n
our natlonal parks The deer haue fled from the canx on the home
of the wolf IS deserted and as Francrs Parkman puts It even the
rattlesnake IS loashful and retlrlng
Flhousands of mlles of steel raxls follow the old tralls of the
lndlan mountalneer and trapper The locomotne has taken the
place of the old pra1r1e schooner lVlax1ne Halthusen
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mi l :mln nut that wondcrlul state? She is the dc: txt Str t A f all--l
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ful sl X iilly' is. Sl ' lc E , l. d lx 1 l E tif
ll:-r natural wo E l X sur er res r sf-jf.. 2:31 t
heautilul of all. It is her sunshine. that sunshine which many yearn
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MISSIONS OF NEW MEXICO
We who I1ve 1n thls most wonderful of states do not appreclate 1t for
1ts real ment We do not real17e that IS has together w1th 1ts unusual cl1
mate countless other th1ngs of beauty and lnterest New MCXILO ha been
called The Land of the Dellght Makers but IIS YLPIIIHIIOD as suth IS known
only to the few who have really tr1ed to dlscover 1t
The hxstory of New MCXILO goes back hundreds or years 'She can
prouol roast of a LIVIIIIBIIOD and culture founclefl years before the settle
ment at amestown and 1s the only reg1on on the whole cont1nent where the
h1ghfst typ: of culture obtamcd by IIS abor1g1nes has Inf I1 preserved Ihe
scenery of New lVIex1co rlyals that of any state 1n the unwn 1nd her 1n1ne1aI
wealth I9 al-sc very great
o the 1najor1ty of trayelers who Vlblt the bunshlne State or ot tue
ch ef oblects of mterest IS the pr1m1t1ve a1ch1tectu1e Ih IIIII II Ijueblos
Masslon Church of Tomel
and the quamt old Spanlsh MISSOHS have a charm all the1r own It IS to be
regretted that a greater lnterest IS tal-ten by outslders than by the natlves of
the state who have through neglect fa1led to fmd that charm Although
the MISSIONS of Cal1forn1a have ach1eved world fame and n1any belleve
them to be s1m1lar to those 1n New MCXICO there IS a great d1st1nct1on b
tween the two types The CaI1forn1a MISSIONS are Spanlsh 1n thexr type wh1le
those of New MEXICO are str1ctIy speakmg of Ind1an Oflgln The f1rst MIS
SIOH was bu1lt 1n Cal1forn1a ln l769 At that t1me many of those ln New
Mexrco wh1ch had been bu1It more than a century before were already
abandoned as places of rel1g1ous worsh1p The New lVIex1co MISSIONS are
the only type of archltecture 1n Amerxca that had IIS Oflgln 1n the so1I upon
wh1ch lt stands today
I'he Ind1an arch1tecture of New Mexxco IS dlstnctly DHIIVC and the Span
1ards dld not change It when they came to the country It IS very probable
that the m1ss1onar1es and explorers were I1m1ted to the natlve materlal and
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could not mtroduce thelr own style of archltecture It may have been that
they drd not wrsh to change It and apprecnated the advantage of harmonious
constructlon The fact remalns that the New MCXICHD monuments are unlllce
any ln the Southern part of the country whrle they present an aborlgxnal culture
more mterestmg and admirable than any other 1n North America Although
lt lS supposed that some of the old rums do not exceed three or four hundred
years there rs almost no evldence of thelr actual age Unllke many other
States New Mexrco has practlcally no forest growth and consequently there IS
no evrdence of thrs klnd for determmrng the age of the varlous bu ldlngs
New Mexican archltecture rs fast commg mto world fame and promlses
to be used ln the drfferent countrles because of :ts variety ln outlme arrange
ment and proportron lr rs certaxnly very faSCll'l3tlf1g The lrttle abode
bulldlngs wrth only the broad mesas and the sky as a background can
scarcely be equaled for thexr unusual appearance Most of the MISSIONS are a
free expressxon of the sculptor s work who burlt them accordlng to hrs own
artlstxc vlews They are never really completed untrl nature has moulded
them mto the general outline The varlety IS unllmlted for one seldom fmds
two burlcllngs alnke The
Mlsslons are beautlful tor
thelr natlve srmplrclty and
should be preserved at all
costs When the country be
came more thlckly populat
ed some of the beautlful
works of art were remodeled
by people wlth modern rdeas
and rn some cases they even
gaxe place for modern bulld
lngs for commercxal or ln
dustrlal purposes ln his
way seven of the most 1m
portant MISSIOHS have been
carelessly allowed to dlsap
pear lt seems almost sacrr
leglous but those who real
Santa Ana Church rze their true value to the
state are endeavorlng to form societies to encourage their preservatlon
The number of really xmportant Mlsslon Churches rs usually gxven at
about frfteen or twenty Most of these are located ln or near the prmcrpal
lndlan pueblos or rn the towns where the flrst Spanxards settled They are
slmrlar rn many respects but one always flnds new objects of mterest ln the
different Mrsslons Of course the legends and stones of the varnous churches
are never the same and sometlmes those pertammg to one pertlcular church
dlffer greatly Deflnxte statlstlcs have been obtamed of one of the most rm
portant ones however
Probably the most Interesting of all the MISSIONS rs the church of San
Miguel at Santa Fe as rt IS the oldest place of worship ln the Umted States
Mentlon IS flrst made of this church rn l605 by Benavldes whose report rs
the foundation of accurate knowledge regarding the early days of New Mex
lcan Mrsslons The church was erected almost slmultaneously wlth the ar
nval of the Spamards at Santa Fe Very lrttle IS known of 1ts hrstory untxl
the Pueblo Revolutxon of l68O when the church and all prevlous records
were burned by the lndlans It appears from acounts that the walls were
left stancllng and that lt was only necessary to build a new roof and improve
the lnternor Smce then the structure with a few reparrs has stood as xt stands
today An effort has been made not to detract ln any way from the orlgmal
structure when nt has become necessary to reenforce the outer and gallery
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The old church rs used danly by one hundred and sutty boys of Samt
Mlchaels College who hear mass there every mornmg A regular admls
sron of twenty frve cents IS charged all outsnders who Vlblf the old church
and the door 1 answered at all
llflleb by Brother Davrd t e
usher Thls brother who has
been at gan Miguel for years
fr' takes great dellght ln explamxng
and porntlng out thc thing of
special lnterest He descrlbes ln
detarl exery obJect lf the church
lhere are parnrmgs by some of
the huropean masters whrch are
more than three hundred years
old It has been necessary to re
touch some of them One of the
statues explains Brother David
wrs brouf ht to th1s country from
Austrla and rs carved from wood
entirely by hand Ir lb rea y
Its carved vrga which was erect
San Mnguel Churcl Santa Fe ed rn l7l0 has been reenforced
rn recent years as there was
great danger of rts falllng It IS truly a work of art and has been preserved
remarkably well for two hundred and thrrteen years
The old bell which was brought from Spam ln 1356 IS another of the
many lnterestlng thlngs found ln San Mlguel It IS about erght Inches thick
and was cast from gold and silver jewelry of the Spanrards It IS the sweet
est toned bell ln Arnerlca and perhaps the richest according to Rev W
Howlett lts chimes are clear and beautrful although xt rs no longer used ln
the belfry at San Miguel
The walls of the old Mrssron are five feet thlck and It ns mterestmg to
note that they were accordrng to Benavldes the work of the women and
children alone The men evrdently drd none of the work connected wlth
the bulldlng of the church
The church at the lndlan pueblo of lsleta IS one of the largest
ln the state of New MCXICO By l629 when Benavldes left New Mexlco lsleta
was the seat of an rmportant Mrsslon wlth a handsome church ana
a resldent prrest The old church
which rs typical of the pueblo
MISSIONS IS one hundred and ten
by twenty seven feet on the ln
side lts walls are four feet thlck
and lt has four wlndows It IS to
day lsletas chief attraction and
IS located rn the center of the
town frontlng upon a large publxc
The lnterror of the church
very plam The altar a few oll
paxntmgs several CTUCIEXCS and
statues are the only decoratlons
There are no pews ln the church
as the lndlans when they attend
SCIVICCS whlch IS very seldom slt Old Chu,-ch at lsleta
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San Felipe Church, Old Albuquerque
on the floor A small chapel off of the mam part of the church lb used by
the prrest for dally mass
The Pueblo of lsleta IS famous for the legend told by lts people of the
rlsmg of the coffin of Padre Padrlla whlch occurs once a year The natrves
have great falth ln the truth of the story and many of them clarm to have
pleces of the clothmg whxch the prrest wore It IS sard that the corpse ls very
well preserved Of course the truth of this legend rs very doubtful
The Church of San Felipe whrch lS located at Old Albuquerque rs one
of the oldest of the Spanish Mrsslons rn New Mexnco It was bullt In I706
almost Immediately after the foundrng of the vllla of Albuquerque by the
Spanlsh governor Quervo Baptlsmal records and vestments stltched ln pure
gold over two hundred years old are strll kept by the esults nn whose charge
the parlsh was placed by Archlbshop Lamy The old church IS very srmrlar
to the other MISSIODS and IS ln very good condltlon today The outer walls
are flve and a half feet thrck and show no srgns of deternoratron Of course
repairs have been made from trme to tlme but the bulldlng IS essentrally the
same as It was ln 1706 Albuquerque should be proud of such and antlqul
ty ln thls modern age
To describe each one of these
bulldmgs would take conslder
able trme and a thorough know
ledge of the history and tradl
tlons of each church At the
present tlme Spanrsh MISSION
Churches of New MEXICO by L
Bradford Prmce IS perhaps the
only work that attempts to glve
at least a short description f
each of the lmportant lVl1ss1ons
No doubt other works wrll be pub
IS an abundance of materlal The
old rurns at Pecos and those at
Mlsslon Church at Acoma em'-fl Whlch are Perhaps the
most beautlful rn New Mexrco
are strll somewhat of a mystery
Dome of the facts about these old
pueblos are very mterestlng rour hundred years ago the pueblo of Pecos
was the largest town rn the Unlted States lts mhabrtants numbered over
two thousand and the church which IS ln rums today was then a flourlsh
mg mxsslon The ,lemez rulns are bc-mg explored and lt IS hoped that a great
deal wrll be learned from these old ruxns about the emez Pueblo which was
flrst vrsrted by Spanlards ID l54l
The subject of New Mexnco s MISSION s l have found IS almost too
broad to dxscuss ln detall but l have endeavored to descrxbe at least some
of the typical MISSIONS and to show how beautlful and mterestlng they are
EARLY NEW MEXICO
The early hlstorv of New Mexlco the Sunshme State falls naturally
mto three great dlvrslons the Aborlgmals and Pueblo lndxans the Span
rsh and Mexican and the Amerlcan Although all of these fall mto drffer
ent and dlstrnct epochs one can go mto almost any clty and fmd traces of
all three of these drvnsrons of the savage yet rntelllgent natives wrth a marked
degree of c1v1l1zat1on of the romantrc Spamard wlth his adobe huts and hrs
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strings of red chlll hangmg on the sldes of the houses and the modern Amer
:can with all his vlvld characterlstlcs
ln thls paper we wxll conslder the habits customs and events of New
Mexlco up to the tlme of the Franciscans
New MEXICO was not an unknown land when fnrst seen by the Span
lards It IS very probable that It contamed more people than lt does now
These people unfortunately possessed no wrltten language nor a system of
hleroglyphs The governor of Zum ln an mterestlng speech made ln IS63
sand The Great Splrxt has given hrs chlldren of dlfferent races varlous glfts
all of great value but each diverse from the other To hls whlte chlldren
he has given the great gift of handlng down knowledge from one generatlon
to another by means of marks or letters To his red children he dnd not glve
thls great gxft But he gave them another ln lts stead Of his fatherly af
fectlon he gave them great memorxes of unfalllng power so that the story of
the past handed down from old to young IS transmlttecl from generation to
ln the New Nl:-xlco part of the United States IS most attractlve to archeolo
glsts It IS only lately that this class of hlstorlcal research and practlcal value
was recognized ln the United States There IS no doubt that legendary lore
was orally transmntted by a three fold Chaln who commumcated lt word for
word only to their successors
The people found by Cortez ln the land then called Anahuac had come
there by migrations from the north and northwest The flrst mxgratlon was
that of the Toltecs They travelled very leisurely and stayed ln one spot for
years After a century ln the year l648 they arrlved ln Mexico which they
controlled for 500 years Fvldently they were great archltects because the
rums of grand structures still exist ln Central and Southern Mexico
The next mlgratlon was that of the Chlchlmecas They were a rough
unclvnlnzed people who lived ln caves ln the mountams
Thlrty years later the mlgratlon of the Chlchxmecas was followed by
that of the Acolhuans They were an lntelllgent and mgenxous people
Some authorntles trace their route through AYIZODH others thlnk they took
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Loronado and E.speJo found rt Zum and lwoqur were the remarns of one
The aborovrnes of North Xmerrea were named and known as Red
nrerr of the forests en they were frrst drseoxered hex c no d
Vrneed rn any of the branches of hurrran lenowledffe They lrved rn wre,
wanrs and were alwavs wanderrnff from plaee to plaee lhe male lndran
ab orred labor Xlr e drd was hunt fr h and elerr the and s the squrw
cou d plant the corn lhe squaws also put up wrt w rms gathe red the fuel
Carrred the poles and burdens when they tr ryelled l re lndr rns h rd no rdea
of future lrfe or a supreme bernv Par rdrse was hr huntrnv ground lhey
'rd no rdol but thex worshrpped the elements brrds and anrrrrals
Pueblo lndrans are praetreally the srme x rth two ereeeptrons formerlv
there were nrneteen pueblos now there are sex entee n
f astaneada Urves a de errptron of the towns e Qrbo r rlrgue e an
Qxeure the substanee of whrch nray be summed up 1 follows
T e houses rre burlt rn a square rround a plrzr lhe houses are four
sterres hrvh the roofs arranged rn terraees 1 the same rerf nt lhe women
mm the motar and burld the x all whrle the nren l7I'II1YY the wood and eon
struet the fr rrnes lhe houses are we rrranxfee me rn me ard r une
room rs dexoted to eoolsrnf and rnother re 1 rrndrnf Urarn ln all the proxrnee
Uazed potterx abounds and the earthen jars or x ssel rre of eurrous an
beautrful form and worlemanshrp
e earlrest e prorers were Sp rnrrrds e ex one' 1 C
possess on o t rs unrque and rnterestrnw eountrx hex bef an therr evo orr
tnons early rn the srxteenth eenturx u e l J 1 fanfrlo Nrrxfaez wr
once de e n orr r ex a t r u ernnx nrueh from hunger src
ness and rx trnr wrt t e nlrrn were hrpx reelsee an the buf o xreo
ane all but ID aea rnd t ree ot ers were ost e x rea bee rme 1 trre er
and doctor rnronsg the lndrins and arter seven years when they rre wore
t e eonfrden e of the ln lrrns trey undertoo to ese rpe to exre o rty
une the r ute t e x re reee x e rn a frrendtx rn rnner bx th ln va s wro
furnr hed them wrth food and lndran furdes lhrs hosprtable tre tment was
extended r the Uprn xrd by t e lndrrns as reeox nrtron for the marve ous
eures performed by lie xaea ine tre rt r amonf t e nerrns X Je
Xae 1 and hrs eompanrons were trayelrnfr throuf h Sonora they met a party
of opanrsh explorers under Xle rr IZ who wanted them to assrst rn the capture
of some lndrans De X aca refused and was rrrested He was sent to Spam
rn e hams on the charffe of drsloyalty for erght years he fought rn the Qpanrsh
courts finally xrndrertrnff hrmself but nexer affarn returned to Nmerrea thus
endrng hrs most exentful lrfe
Thus began the exploratrons which later developed New Nlexreo rnto
a state of unrque tradrtrons unbounded possrbrlrtres for future wealth a st rte
of freedom and democracy a land of oppor'unrtv rf there ever was one
l uerle Beeker
THE SANTA FE TRAIL
The Santa Fe Qhrchuana lqrarl rs the oldest rn the Lnrted Qtates hrs
trail was used up untrl the trme of the Amerrean lnvasron The Spanrsh
explorers and conqurstadores followed rt to the north as far as Santa Fe
the farthest outpost Thrs trade was a source of great revenue to those en
gagged rn rt fnormous profits were made but the trarl was two thousand
mrles long and was very hazardous Iherefore the comrng of the Yankee
trader was rndeed fortunate for the Santa feans
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e tr xxl and the rex founder of the 4 xxxxxxer e of th prxxrxz
t xrxt oxx y pat orxex were uxeci lxut ater the uxx ere wx 11 on t xxxxc
xnto proxxxxnentc ex were drawn hx te xnxx of exx ht xnd ttn mulcx or oxen
e exrlx raderx hxd xxerw ard txnxe with 1 nuxxxfroux o txt ln xaxx
rxhtx t max not untx 7 t at trxc erx o taxne xx r xxx t e x oxernxxxexx
o ISL xrro xx lx xxx toxxxxxxaxx o xtt x xc n e xx x x xerx haxxdxo x e
pxtturexque bpanxxrd xxxd xx ax a fl xxhxxx hx ure xxx xxtorx
xxxnee Rotk x plate of hxxtorxt xnterext vs xx t e nxx t drex 1 xxot
o txc x 0 e trax llaxxd of hertz wsaxrxor would hide hehxxxd xt xxxd wit
a xlood turdlxrxf xt p would ruxh aut upon t e approxz xnw tarax xxx xnrl
c xlp cxerx member of tht partk
vxx nom turn to a dexcrxptxon o t t route xl t e trax xc caxtv n
ttxnxxnux wax at St oxxxx n c xt e xt cr a nda ho'
of Santa lee now xtdtxflx
a cr all t e txrxxax ma e up tor t exr joxxrm f eight hun rec
mx ex xt n ependtnte e trxx troxxec our nxxxn rxxerx the Xr xnxx
the l e ox the Cxxxx xrroxx and the C axxxdxan
t ouxaxxd feet ahoxe xea lcxel lhere xx not a xxnx Q xsatertourxe xxx the 1
tantc of xxxctx mxlcx
The following Qxxxxpx were extahlxxhed along the road xold oprxxxg
Rabhxt x l ar R10 'Vloro oan Vlxxguel Otate C reek and xexeral other-x lhe
traxl croxxex four xtatex lxanxax Colorxdo Qklahomx xnd New lVlexxco
THE VILLAGE OF ISLETA
Plhe Closest lrxdiarx Village to Xlhuquerque xx the puelxlo of l leta vxhxth
xx thirteen nxxlex xou'h The xtate hxghvway goex directly through the pueblo
It xx quxte a Qurxoxxty to the thouxandx of tourxxts who paxx through the xxllaffe
The pueblo is xxtxxated along the R10 Lrande Nlany of the xquavsx do their
famxlx waxhxng xn the rxxer The village xx the moxt pxcturexque at thxx time
of the year Hangxrxx., from the xxdex of the adohe houxex are xtrxnw x after
Strings of recl chxlx pepperx numbering xometxnxex xnto the hundredx
makes a very attractxxe pxtture vxhen you xtancl and look at the xmall xdohe
houxex wxth the xxdex covered with the xtrxnffx of chxlx lXl'xnV txmex the roofs
will he covered with xquaxhes and pumpkxnx outside txll they quxt eweatxng
and then luring them xn to the house xo that they will not freeze they will keep
all wxnter Many txmex we think the lndxan doex queer things but xf we
xnquxre into xt he always gives a ensxhle reaxon l-he doorx of the houxcx
Generally open into a yard of which one end xx a Corral and then a large door
xn the wall of the Corral opens xnto the street The windows of the houses
are very small One of the queerest things of the village xx a large hill which
looks like a small sand hill It xx Said to be the sweepxngx from the housex
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1Wlnner of Bron7e Medal Offered by Illinois Witch C0r"p'1nyJ
ABRAHAM LINCOLN AS A LAWYER
lr was from his mother that Abraham Lincoln inherited h s lore
for learning She was superior in intelligence and refinement to
most of the women of her time and class She encouraged P11111 to
and mathematics He was first inspired to oecome a lawx er when
but a Young bow A copy of The Statutes of Indiana fell into his
hands this he read and reread m ny times He read any book ob
obtainable among them being VX eems l ife of Washington 1
grim s Progress Aesops Fables and Robinson Crusoe
It was from The St xtutes of lndiana that Lincoln got his firs
knowledge of the legal side of slax ers and the principles on which
the government of the United States was based Lincoln copied the
more important passages of law on shingles or on paper when it was
to be had and then memor17ed them
The schools of l mcoln s times were few and far apart and the
teachers were incompetent and usually men who were either too lazv
or too feeble to work
At the age of six Lincoln s father moxed to Kentucky Here
he attended school for six weeks then his father came into such fin
anclal difficulties that llncoln was forced to leave school and go to
Lincoln didnt attend school again until the age of sexenteen
when he went to school for a period of four months but his educa
tion was again interrupted when his father moved to Illinois ln New
Salem Lincoln got a posltion as a clerk in a grocery store and later he
became the sole owner It was at this time that he becam acquaint
ed with Menton Graham who encouraged Lincoln to become a law
yer and influenced him to study Grammar
Lincoln s ambition to become a lawyer was stimulated by a
curious incident He bought a barrel containing some odds and ends
from a man who was moving west and had no room for it in his
wagon Lincoln stored it away without even looking into it One
clay about a year later he happened to look into the barrel and found
a complete set of Blackstone s Commentaries He read and stu
died these interesting books and due to this fact he neglected his
store and failed ln business and fell into debt He then learned the
art of surveying which at that time paid a very small salary
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get the little education he did receive and instructed him in grammar
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lature Durrng hrs canvass he became rntrmately acquarnted wrth
ohn T Stewart a fellow candrdate who rnfluenced hrm to become
a lawyer and accordrngly on September 9 1836 he was admrtted to
the bar rn Sprrngfreld
As there were no lawyers near or at New Salem Lrncoln start
ed practrcrng there He would not accept a fee for any case he trred
as he consrdered the experrence more valuable than the money
Lrncoln began to doubt the expedrence of abandonrng survey
rng as that at least pard twelve of frfteen dollars a month and that
was more than he was makrng as a lawyer He was strll rn debt from
the farlure of hrs store and was oblrged to send money to hrs step
mother and step brother and was therefore rn great frnancral drffrcul
tres when hrs old frrend Mr Stewart offered hrm a patnershrp rn hrs
law offrce and as Stewart was one of the best lawyers rn the state
Lrncoln readrly acepted the offer
Lrncoln s second partner udge Logan was consrdered one of
the best lawyers rn central lllrnors Lrncoln felt a deep gratrtude to
hrm because Logan broke hrm of one of hrs worst habrts namely
whrle makrng a plea for a clrent of burstrng out rn emotronal oratrons
and of dependrng too much on hrs WltS rnstead of usrng logrcal
lt was after hrs term rn Congress where he garned a greater
knowledge of men and a wrder reputatron that a Chrcago law frrm
trred to secure hrs servrces as a lawyer but Lrncoln thought rt best to
stav rn Sprrngfield where he was more rntrmatelv acquarnted and
also where hrs step mother and step brother lrved so accordrngly he
oo ned an ofhce there
Lrncoln was noted for hrs persrstency and trrelessness whrle
cross examrnrng a wrtness He never refused a case for anyone be
cause he was too poor to pay hrm as he consrdered rt as much a law
yer s duty to plead a case for a man who was unable to pay as for a
doctor or clergyman to mrnrster to the poor
Gwrng to the fact that the populatron was so wrdely scattered
the county was drvrded rnto crrcurts and the courts moved from place
to place Lincoln was always among the lawyers who followed the
court about It was on these occasrons that Lrncoln s reputatron
spread far and wrde
He never used words that even the dullest juryman could not
understand and he never became rrrrtable whrle questronrng the most
hostrle wrtness Many trmes he broke down the defence of the wrt
nesses by hrs funny storres and hrs gentleness
Lrncoln practrced law for over twentv frve years at Sprrngfreld
and was never known to over charge a clrent Cn the contrary he
was remonstrated wrth several trmes by Davrs who told hrm he
was dorng a grave rnjustrce to the other lawyers by chargrng such
Lrncoln would never accept hrs fee rn advance however small
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as he axd 1f he d1d he knew he would not In ablc to QIVC the IJ st he
had to hls cllent He would not plead a cas for a man whom he
knew to be gullty because of h1s moral strength and att1tude of hls
dutv to SOClPIy as well as to hls cllent Ile often pressed hls cllent to
QIVP Iltlgatlons that would force hlm to argue agalnst the truth
And so due to Abraham L1ncoIn s gentle d1spos1t1on strength
of character honesty and truthfulness he stands foremost among
tht Iawx ers that the Unltcd States has produced Iirederlck Bas r
KING AND PSEUDO KING
f-Xt the ave of twentx one I was Rox al Palace Cauard a pos1t1on
seldom reached Iaefore the ave of thlrtx I had llttle actual Guard
dutx to perform hut rather had d1rect charge of the prlsons and Inf
other guards Mx dutlcs took m to all parts of the palace so I cam
and went as occas1on d manded
One dlmp fomfx IUOYUIDO' as 1 was 1nsp CIIII0' th guard statlon
of the prlsons I hearo a crx and thf clattcr of manv feet at the palac
I staltfd to run rap1dIx IH th t dlrcctron Into the square ln I ,Al o
tn: palace darted a stranffc ngu1 cxeral guard weft IH c o ur
sult I-hex scrzed IIIITI as hr nf sltattd IH search ot a wax of f cap
ant pllhf nco hrs arms IJPIIIDCI hls I ack nl hex wer corcac m I
put toward tht prlscns wh 1 c 1n uo a1 f 1 and d to N
1 cescr1pt1on htted 111111 examlx al was IU Us at s fm
rea x to fall IIOIU hlm Ills IIEIII' was shaffffx rd I1 s heard xx as :mer
an Unm npt s exes , 1 c x t cu
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u um 1n cell 3-I I sa1d w1II s e 'f e nc ISO"'Q 1111
med1atelx reffardlng hls trral and endeax or to secure an ordcr for h1s
xecutxon I then turncd and xent to the palace
Cell 3-I was an und rffrouad dungeon used onlx tor the wo st ot
crlmlnals When a prlson r was put there he abandoned all hop
of ex er ga1n1ngI1bertx aCfa1n Lle was not onlx Io ked IU but chalned
to the heaxx 1ron IJ d as w ll
By the tlme I arr1x d at the palac several persons were runmng
that wax Ex1dentIx thex had heard of the GSQEIQSIDHIIOU and I tear d
that the crowd would gather and demand the prlsoner Io tore I could
make arrangements for h1s exec utxon
Hurrymg 1nto the palace I went dlrcctlx to the ofhce of the Ch1ef
He was not ln The office showed no sxgns of haxlng
been used recentlx Vllth an uneasx feellng I stepped 1nto the hall
just as the door of the klng s bedchamb r op ned Four guards came
out bearmg a sheet cox ered stretcher and conx ex ed thelr burden to
the oftixce of the coroner I declded to look ox er the scene of the
recent murder and passed lnto the room
The klng s clothes were Ialcl out ready for hlm to be dressed
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Cn the Hoor by the bed the royal breakfast had been overturned Hrs
hrghness had apparently been eatlng when he was assalled by the as
SBSSIH I drew back the bedcurtalns The bedcovers had been thrown
back no doubt by the guards when the body was removed but a
sheet had been spread hastlly over a dark staxn just below the p1l
lows I became aware of a raw damplsh odor that threatened to dls
lodge my own breakfast and I hastlly replaced the curtalns As I
left the room I notlced and plcked up a small badge of office Chlef
of PTISOHS was engravd on lt I thought thls strange and sllpped lt
into my pocket
Next I went to the bedchamber of the Chlef of PTISOHS and
rapped loudly on the door There was no response and I lnserted
my pass key and entered I called but no one answered I strode
over and flung aslde the bedcurtalns The bed was carefully made
up and cold I went agaln to hrs offlce I was startled by the nolse
of a crowd outslde and hurrled to the slde door openmg lnto the
garden I hurried down the walk and let myself out through the gar
den gate Elbowmg my way to the edge of the crowd I went to the
prlsons and put on an extra guard of thlrty If only I could get a
warrant I knew that the mob would be satlsfied I walted untll the
guards were all ID thelr places and then went back towards the pal
ace mtendmg to have all the doors double barred I looked lnstlnct
1veIy to the hlgh balcony where the klng was wont to appear on such
occaslons to settle questlons It seemed that the whole klngdom was
lost wlthout 1tS leader
Before on such occaslons I was thinking I stopped ln my
tracks My mouth gaped As surely as I was ahve the klng ln all
hrs royal robes was on the balcony extendmg hrs hand for sllence
He need not have done so for a deathllke awe was already upon the
crowd The klng spoke
Frlends and loyal subjects
I dld not Walt for more but rushed to the garden entrance and
into the palace for th klng vwas standlng before a mob unguarded
Wlth three other guards I opened the door behlnd the klng but he
took no heed Leanlng over the rall he was talklng earnestly to the
people What he S3ld to quret the mob I do not remember I do
know that my knees trembled a blt as we took our customary places
besrde hlm I momentarlly expected I1ll'1'1 to vanlsh from our slght
I found myself gazlng at hlm whlch was exceedlngly bad manners
for a guard Was thls a sp1r1t3
After leavlng the balcony my dutles about the prrsons kept me
occupled untrl noon however I found tlme to make two more at
tempts to find the fshlef of Prrsons but wlthout success
A lrttle after noon I vlslted the coroner s ofnce In th royal
casket lay the body of the klng I dont know what I expected to
flnd when I went ln I was surprlsed to flnd the body there how
ever I would have b en surprlsed lf It had not been there Whlle I
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hls cablnet and strangely enough l was lncluded not 1n the cablnet
but ln the meetlng The kmg was seated readv when we entered and
took our places l felt out of place IH thls room for pr1vate confer
ences The kmg walted a moment and then spoke
lirxends l have a strange tale to relate
FIVC mghts past l retlred as usual but could not sleep so l
rose and went lnto the garden As l walked quietly beneath the wall
l dlscovered l was not alone A man was there who seemed to be
Wdltlllg for someone l stepped hastllx lack Into the shadows and
watched hlm He had an alr of stealth about him l soon ld ntlfled
hlm as the Qhlef of Prlsons ust what oftlclal dutx called a man of
that ofhce lnto the klng s garden at such an hour for an appolnm nt
IH secret puzzled me ln a short whlle a second flgur lamb red
oxfr the wall and dropp d lxghtlx to the ground msxde These two
drew back lnto the shadows near m and lffnorant of mx presenc
held a lengthy conx ersatlon whlch l experlenc d no dlfhcultx IH ox er
hearlng l soon learned that l xx is to b tht x ctlm of a consplracx
to lu kllled as l took mx mornmg walk IW the Hard n two mormngs
latcr 'Vlx bodx was to be concealed ID the busl es untll nxgnt when
It would be dlsposed of 'lhe as HQSIYI was to rt CPIYC flftv thousand
pncts of sllxer for hls work lhe C met of PTISOPS would then shp
mme tlx lnto mx plac He promls cl tl at s l-.vnu hc would not allow
anx harm to com oth vnurdt rf: ex '1 lt he sho 11d b arlestel IH
rrr mgenw nts completed the Y1Sl01' shop fl lack ox er the wall a d
would be kvng reem red th pi ae
me lt emed a xerx bold p an The more l thought or vt
the me e l determlntd to thx art It clex erlx B fore l left the garden
that nwht l d clded on 1 plan O1 1ct1on VN h n l returned to th p l
ice all was qulet l went to mx roo n and rc tlred again bu not to
slr ep tor when daxlwht ca ne l had comoleted tn detalls ot rr x
at dax l ta ked warn one ot tn ad o rs a n
c axe sccretlx tor a xacauor wr lr th klng st xol th toliaw nv ix
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n the mormno tl a was ta d r rm 1 e mx la mo I' x
bed just ln tlme to eat mx breakfast As far is l kn w no one was
aware that l had b en out dur ng the mght ust before dawn l had
watched th hlred butcher come ox er the wall rnto the garden nurs
lnff a wrcked looklng knife He hld 111 the bushes bx the walk
At the trme l usually take my mornmff walk l stepp d out 1nto
thf hall As l expected l saw the Chlef of PYISOHS watchmg m from
1 dark doorwax l walked to the door opemng lnto the garden and
tc pp d takmg a de p breath as was mx custom l gl nced back
and aw that the watcher h rd dx appeared from the doorw x l
stepp d outslde and Qaxe a choked httle crv then darted back and
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1 o at small IOOIII hx the do JI I xattl el r o 11
tht fuard x ho had left Flhx eftcct was just IS I exp etc CI Iqhe Ch-ff
ot Pusons am: Ul1d1nU down tht hall and w t IFIO mx bedchamber
I sh xxcd mx beand oft IIUTYICCIIX ard deektfl IH the clothes ot th
absent guard wxs reallx bexond reeogn1t1on as xour klng I th
wanted aw nlt Soon he Qhlet of PYISOIIS 1ssued from mx b cl
Ch Huber dressed Illxt myself w th 1 falst ln 1rd and Ins fort he ad INIIII
out Milli wax to rc stmblt mlne He wtnt down the hall to the tlnonc
room I knew mx I1ttIe tuck Ind wo1kcd well c und vub C
thought he had hc ard mx death er
or two oaxs It was rcallx lntert ung to wateh IIIIH I mc 1 t
dax he dlsehaw td mx old s rvb and h1r d a new sclxant tor Ins 100111
to dress hun and take cars of h1s clothts He Irefd two pr san rs
w o wut n IO1 ht n s x ml t lnws o mat sort xx K,
one thlnfr l behtxt hc must haxe forgotten He should haxe b f 1
Chlet of Pr sons 1n tht afternoon whlle the klng was tiklng hls na J
but he d dnt do thls I am Certaln that had evervthlng gone as h
I1ked a search would hax e b cn made for the Chlef of PYISOHS and he
would have been caught
At n1Oht I took mx place as guard hx th garden I saw noth
1n0 unusual unt1l last n10ht It had been dark a good wn1Ie when 1
watched th1s same assassln sllp by me and oxer the wall 1nto the
garden Some t1me later he came back cursmg to hlmself I knew
that trouble would brew They must have dlscovered that I was not
out of the way I can 1ma01ne the fears of the new kmcf the remalnder
of the mght
I lntended to watch thls I1ttIe program for several days The
new klng was dolng no partlcular harm ASldC from dlscharglng a
few old employees and freelng some prlsoners he was carrvlng on
the work of the whole klnvdom glvlng me a vacatxon and entertam
ment however lt all ended thls mornmg when I was quletly Called
to help remove the body of the klng I dld not expect thls turn of
affalrs Undoubtedly the new kxnv had quarreled Wlth hls assassln
and refused to pay hxm untll he had put me out of the wav and
probably had threatened hlm rf he dldnt Anyhow the kmfe found
the bosom of the new kmg The murderer must have returned thls
mornlng whrle the klng was havlng breakfast
The ofhce of Chlef of Prxsons IS now vacant and I know no
better person to fill thls vacancy than our young frlend who IS at
present Royal Prlson Guard let h1s first duty be to brlng the prlsoner
before us so that he may be trled 1mm dlately
I went to brlng my prlsoner When I arrlved at cell 34 I en
tered and flashed my Ilght A glance showed me that I was too late
The culprlt had meted out hls own justlce Hls body was hanglng ln
a dlstorted posltlon over the end of hls bed where he had hanged hlm
self Wlth hrs own chalns George W Cook
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MODERN TRACES OF ANCIENT TIMES
No matter how progresslve the natlon no matter how well
educated the people there Wlll always be found somewhere ln thelr
soclal worklng or legal llfe the traces of anclent tlmes We find 1n
our Natlonal Congress the customs of havlng the Mace the sxgn of
authority whlch we obtalned from the anclent Romans The custom
of throwlng rlce and old shoes ln a weddlng comes from the CTCCIBII
custom of the brlde s father throwlng the brlde s shoes filled wlth
rrce after her to show that he had gxven up all authorlty over her
But 1n the countnes t at
have not even trled to pro
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rellcs that are just as they
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ln apar p ople stlll travel ll"
rlckshaws as they dld centurles
ago The rlckshaw IS bemg
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slve sectlons yet the rlckshaw
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Chlna there stlll remalns a
Great wall bullt long before
the dark ages Thls wall mlght
be taken as a representatlon
ofthe Chlnese ldeas of pro
gress They bullt up thelr
clullzatlon untll It was ahead
of those clvxllzatlons about
them Satlsfi d wlth them
selves they bullt a wall
against all outsld influences
and stopped progress Today
these Chlnese are far behlnd
the rest of the world b cause
they were content Wnth them
selves at a txm when they
mlght have held the lead
ln certaln parts of France we stlll find bath houses bullt as the
ancxent Romans bullt thexrs Smce the Romans at one tlme had a
well organlzed SOCIHI and legal system these French have taken lt as
thelr ldeal and are trymg to llVC up to the part gulded ln thelr progress
by what exxsted m the past Donald Crosno
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Madame Chalrman Honorable udges Worthy Qpponents and
I ellow CIIIZCDS
The questlon for debate thls mornmg IS Resolved That all
squashes growlng on a vlne belong to the owner of the vine even lf
parts grow through a fence 1nto a nelghbor s land It IS needl s
for me to remlnd you of the lmportance of thls vltal questlon for
doubtlessly all of you recognlze the subject as the very one whlch
has been debated IH Congress for the past two months and whlch
wlll b an Important plank IH this year s presld ntxal platforms
The OFIQIH ot the questxon IS one whlch dates back to the y ar
1497 when Erlc the Red found a few Eskxmo s engaged 1n uslna
thelr nelghbor s squashcs on the lsland of Madagascar Th nobl
Nlorseman regarded the practlce as purely crlmmal but of lat so n
very learned men and women such as Flo Zlegfi ld IEFHDCISCO Vllla
and Marx Plckford haxe declared that th nelghbors wer just H d 111
uslng squashes wlalch crept 1nto thelr land under the fcnc Eur
slnce thls surprxsxng stand has been taken a gr at amount of contro
xersy has resulted Our purpose IS to form a dec1s1on upon thls vltal
rssue from the evldence presented ln thls mornmg s d bate
In the Hrst place a squash IS defined as a tra1l1ng vxne of the
genus Cucurbxta bearmg large leaves large yellow blossoms and
gourd llke frutt wh1ch IS used as a vegetable and as a Hllmg for ples
The plant thr1ves best ID warm s1tuat1ons and r1ch sandv loam lor
thls excellent ClCfIHltlOTl the afhrmatlwe IS lndebted to paff 39-f of
Nelson s Looseleaf Encyclopedla
A fence IS understood to b a barrler of wood metal or stonc
whrch serves to separate two adjomlng premlses Accordrnglv th
more simple statement of the questlon IS All frult of the t avlxn
vlne of the genus Cucurblta b long to the owner of the v1ne ex en 1f
parts of the vlne grow through a barrler of metal Wood or ston
whlch serves to separate two adjolnmg premlses 1nto a n lghbor
Then lf the owner of the vlne dlllgently cult1vates t wh 1
should one who shares none of the labors enjoy the frult of laborsf
Whv should a nelghbor mallclously vlolate the entlre code of moral
law for the sake of a squash3 Why should we who prld ours lves
as belng just 1n all our convlctlons glve a man that to whlch h IS
not ent1tled3 Why should the whole c1v1l1zed world be thrown 1nto
chaos by this questxon when the flrst course IS so easlly r cognxzabl 3
We of the afhrmatlve mamtcnn that Flrst rt IS unjust to all
concerned to allow a nelghbor to use anoth r s squashes even lf they
grow under the fence Second It IS a vlolatlon of moral law Thud
the nelghbor does not deserve the frults of another s labor
FIYSI It IS unjust to all concerned I present as evld nce mv
personal observatlon Recently I made a sojourn ID the State Asylum
for the Mentally DCHCICHI located ln Las Vegas Durxng my stav
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to be ln a hopeless state of msanlty l lnquxred concernlng the man
from the warden who Sald that hrs terrlble state of mlnd was due to
the fact that a nelghbor had mallclously stolen a squash from hlm
several years b fore 'lhe nexghbor had dled from over eatlng vn
medrately after he had commltted the dreadful crlme whlch was to
mv mlnd the sure punxshment of relentless liate Surely this proves
that all concerned are lnjured when tlals s1n 19 commltted
However for further proof l refer you to the statem nt mad ID
the l..1terary Digest of February Z9 l973 On page l02 ln th artlcl
ntltled The lVlost Vltally lmportant lssue of the Day Thls mag
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questlon ln fact It stat s ID ubstance that grand larceny IS really
what the act would b lf It w re correctly nam d
Secord lt IS a vlolatlon of moral law W e shall novy proce d
to proye that It IS an actuxl crlm to rob a neighbor of hls squashcs
bo one w1ll questxon the authorlty of lVlr XX lllxam ennlngs B yan
the famous toe dancer on thls subject He has Sald Th yery 1d a
of a nelghbor taklng squashes from the owner s garden plot and usmg
them as thelr own IS rndeed a crrrne such as will undermlne th y ry
foundatlons of our c1y1l1zat1n unless guarded agalnst lVloreoy er
the S nate Commltte on l orelcn Affalrs has classed squash ste tlxng
under thelr report A l lSt of l'le1nous Crxmes W hat could offer
more substantlal proof than thts report complled by th l glslato s of
lastly hlhlrd The n 1 hbor does not deserye th frults o
another s labor eyen lf the squashes cre p upon hls prem s s Nom
we come to the most lnt restlng of argum nts lt conslsts of an ln
teryleyy yylth our t llovy stud nt MISS Chrlstlne Shayer on the sdb
j ct under dlscusslon My frst questlon to lyllss Shay er yyas re
you personally Interested ln the CIUCSUOII3
She repllcd vylth her usual mod ty N J l am not p rson
ally Interested although l know a great d al about the subject for
as you doubtless know the squash IS a member of the house of
l then asked her lglayc you obseryed anythmg notabl ID re
gard to the propos1t1on3
At once she answered Yes l haye noticed that th neighbor
do s not des rve the squashes For example when l r Sld d on
South Hrgh Street my brother tended an lmmense squash by the fence
of our house l-le worked hlmself almost to death cultxy atlng the
squash Then one of the nelghbors who lb habrtually lazy cla m d
the squash slmply because lt grew on hls Slde of the fence The man
certalnly dld not deserve my preclous klnsman
The last questlon was Do you uphold the afllrmatxve of thls
MISS Shaver replled Unprejudlced and unblased mv b tt
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judgment forces me to uphold the E1H?1I'Xl11llXL slde of the propo 1
tlon as embodylng the most truth
Therefore l have proved to you that a squash belongs to 1tS
owner regardless of whose fence It crawls under
Flrst Because lt IS unjust to all concerned Second l IS
vxolatlon of moral law Thrrd Because the nelghbor do s not de
serve the squash
Honorable udges l beg of you to declde th1s quesuon wlsely
and well thus settllng thls vltal rssue for all future tlme l thank
yOu Gladys Dorrls
Drck Stanton stood by the wmdow staring gloomlly out on
the tenement sectlon of New York The day foggy and forblddvng
sulted hls mood It was dusk of the day before Chrxstmas and he
could see the poor of New York hurrylng back and forth wrth small
packages presumably bearlng Chrrstmas glftS
God' he muttererd under hls breath l-low can they do 1t3
How can they manage to buy Chrlstmas presents when they are at
starvatlon s door3 Xvould to heaven l could buy Nancy one llttl
thmg' l-low lt would cheer her up and prepare her for the struggle
YVltl'l th new year' Oh' whv did l prom1se her l wouldnt go back
to the crooked game3 For one l1ttl job tonlght l could get her every
thmg her heart desrred Vkfhy l could have heaven agaln and what
would be the chance of gettlng caught3 The pollce arent on the
Job the nrvht befor Chrlstmas Wfho would car lf l just took some
little thmg as a Chrlstmas g1ft3 True l have only been out of jall
job and It has been tough tough pullrng Uh' God ll Heaven h
p ayed forgxve me lf l break my prom1se to one l lov It cannot be
a crrme rf l do lt for her sake can 1t3
ln anoth r drstrxct of that vast metropolls Nancy a strrklng
looklng though shalrbllv dlessed grrl of elghteen y ars of awe bustled
about ln a lowly tenement shack furnlshed ln th strlcte t economy
She hummed whlle she worked for she was happy Her employer
rn the d partm nt store pltylng her crrcumstances had glven her a
turkey dlnner and she was buslly preparmg It
DlCk wlll soon be here she Sald to herself and how surprised
he wlll be' We shall have a happy Chrlstmas after all and Dlck wlll
be shaken out of hls low splrlts at last Poor boy' l know how hard
It IS to go stralght after an easy lxfe of crlme but he has been so falth
ful Besldes she rambled l have a chance for hlm to get work ln
my store Only today the boss Shld that he could use a good clerk ln
the fllllnff room and I know I can get Dlck 1n
Suddenly the sound of runnxng feet cam to her ears then the
sharp of a bullet a short groan and then all was Stlll What could xt
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KILIICIXIW to tI1 wlndow and p cred an'-nou lx IDIO the o1rIv1 s bc
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DIC I she jumped hack 1ffI11st IJMIJ ul 1t It IS happened
Oh' what has happens d3
I turnc d tI1e corner
IrcmbI111Qf, 111 ex ry ncru w1tI1 tears strea1n1n1.g down I1er face
Nancy a S1SIld It 111 to tht C auth and hu1r1cd to attc nd to I11 vsot nd
was just w 1 t Sh buthtd and ban wed h1111 IH
1Ic nce D1cI-' oun I11 1tI1td c 1s1fr but lapsed IHIO A1 Lund CI stupor
At list he call d 'Nancy to I11s s1de
I Guess wo 111 tI11s tune 'Nancy old dear I I11-1 o
Don t' Dlck Don t' I cant stand to s e you ffo tI11s may
Caught mc just is I was gettlng away D n cop fnfed
But I dont understand Dlck Your promlsel
ar mg 1 couldnt help lt 1ad tn a 1 en or
tomorrow IS IS
Yes I know Nancy sobbed uncontrollablw
I dldnt hawe tI1e mon v but I had to Get somethmv so I just
Irfted th1s llttle strmg
He handed her a strmv of pearls small but beautlful then fell
back gaspmg at the exertlon
D1ck' Oh D1ck'
Can you forglve me3
Forglve you d arest Yes Yes But
Dlck was SlIlkll"lg fast As he became unconsclous he murmur
d Goodbye Nancy dear Remember I Iowe you
Nancy placed her cheek next to h1s and whlspered Yes too
ust then a loud knock was heard and Nan y fell 1n a d acl tamt
as a squad fo pollcemen entered Eumce Herkenhoft
THE SCALES OF JUSTICE
Two men sat slde by slde talkmg of thelr attempts at Chnstmas
The day mlght have been one fulfillmg the1r des1res, but they were rn
jall One man, the younger, had evldently known Ilfe as a purpose
less thlng, for hls att1tude, even IH Jatl, was stoI1d Dejectlon ruled
the 1a1I and he had succumbed to lt most completely The other man
was dlfterent HIS bearlng naturally I1a da cI1eerfuI alr, hls counten
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th s d ject1on w1th a b tter grace
1 ommcnted the elder man that we should b here
for the same reason not havlng been 1n tog ther
ueerer st1II he contlnued as lf trymg to conqu 1' th 'xtmos
phere of the ja1I that had conquered hlm that our stolen goods
amounts to 300 each Then to be sentenced by the same Judge
Thls gallant attempt at conversatlon dled away The s1Ience
that followed was Ilfeless It was edged and Hlled wlth a p netratlng
Chnstmasless a1r Both men felt 1t and each IH h1s own way attempt
ed to me t lt
I wonder what they are dolng 1n the world just now on thls
Chustmas day3 began the man of years Such a remark only 1nt n
s1Hed the emptmess of then' day It Jeered at thelr fate -md addcd to
the sllence It set them apart from th 1r world
Doggedly the vounger man began to talk for It s med he m s
He talked at tlmes slowly and at t1n1es he talk d IH haste IH a st JI1d
manner and seem1ngIy to no puroos but he bamshed th s1I nc
It was lust such a day as tl11s snowmg some I got 1 job to buy
Chnstnaas two we Its wo It y as my hrst pb and for the first tna
the Joy of work ent r d 1ny Ile B fore I lad s en IIIC IH t 1m of
Dad s money lie ha I It and I sp nt I .woke Dad up and I dont
know I wanted me a Chr1st Tas th only thlng that would s tlsly
an and now C111 t ff t1t It 1snt Jr at was I7 tt y s
o V a d op 1n th b1 k I want d a ormk I wanttd Chrvstmas
Y es 1nt rrtotcd h1s comoanlon I too wanted Chrlstmi th
y ol lt ot hapoy ac s
I was deI1ver1n0f dolls to 1 ch hot es and hal ha just su 1 u
nom Th Hr t thr e days of work w nt well but th n I w'1s d
I1y Cl DV ten dolls to the fam1I1es lor Just I1ttIe fnrls yyh n th thought
struck m S ll ng dolls for booze3 Absurd I orovc on Dohs
just ter at th1rtV dollars ap ec It was thr e hund ed dollars Vt 1th
a reasonabl dlscount I could get a good1y amount or drmk and I dld
n td I1y r the olls
I was used to wealtl too b gan th eld r man and I wanted
Qhrlstmas He was talkmg slowly and chooslnfr h1s words car ful
I VV hen I was a bov I was poor but wort b ought to m what I
hao a home happy w1th Io e and bl s d w1th two QIYIS ano my
monev we durlng the war and w moved to accommodat my
alary Somehow we had to mo .fe and Ieep movmg and at ta h
mov I IW apoth r commg I was past m1ddI a e and I could not
chmb ln buslness Ilns yea1 we w re to haye no Chu tncas and w
I ad p anneo ju ta sqt are m al Ont nlght I stopp d to se the st Jr
ndry .1 wh re I bought Chnstmas ansl I w nt hom Ihat mghr
w w 1 happy w1th m mory ev 11 th gms Flhe n Xt n ff t
topped arcl Natch d and w nt hom Th cmoty hou s on mv
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street mocked that beauty I had seen ln town The nelghbor s chll
drc n w re pltlable m thelr scanty and forced joy
The next nlght I stole them and then I dld not get them home
But you took ten dolls
I took ten dolls for my Olrls and some of the
other llttle glrls I stole them from Lane brvant S
Toy Shop What would I not QIVP to have them 1n
the hands of those chlldren ust to see them wlth
'- I the dolls and here I am
I dellvered for Lane Bryant s Toy Shop and
here I am He was a frlend of Dad s
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Presldent Lane I saw hlm and told htm who I was I had to
to get the 1ob The father then knew hls son who had been apart
from hls llfe for years because of money matters They had stolen
from thelr best frlend the father unthxnl-ungly the son knowlngly
Sllence agam stepped between the two men and they were given
to thelr thoughts Maude Crosno
ALL WOOL AND A YARD WIDE
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Characters In order of appearance
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Charlle Yes But
Mr Domas But me no buts' What I sand IS fmal No No turns
and walks away Charlle followlng hlm
Charlle But Slr you have gnven me no reasons
Mr Domas fAngr1lyD If a man kxllecl hlmself because hrs father
was ln prlson his mother ln the last stages of influenza hls
brother down wlth a paralytlc stroke and his slster run away wxth
an edxtor or some other klnd of a crook you would stlll ask for a
Charlle Yes but I thmk
Mr Domas You thunk' What rlght have you to th1nk3 Don t
you know that all the trouble xn the newspaper world comes
from young edltors trymg to thmk when they have
not the necessary bra1ns3 Don t you know Turn
Helen But father I thlnk
Mr Domas Great Scott' You too'
Charlle But Snr I have a good posxtlon I am
ed tor ot the finest paper ln the state excepting
the blg ones of course I thmk I am gettmg along fast enough
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er three months and now you want to marry her Oh yes vou
get along fast enough
Charhe Then I dont see why you have grven m no reasons
Mr Domas Aga1n3
Charlle W ell 3
Mr Domas Dont talk of wells They are too de p a subject tor
you You want reasons you say3 Well here th y are You
get promoted to edltor of a one horse paper when there IS no one to
put IH but vou or the office bov 'I hen you want my daughter Yo 1
cant have her' You haye to show me flrst that you can do some
thlng Iwant results all wool and a yard w1de And r m mb r you
are not connected wlth th1s famrly m any shap form or fashvon
Good day Srr
fharhe Leavmv You would make a good ed tor Sxr You can
talk the most and say the least of anybody I know Good day
Mrs Domas Enterlng What IS all this nolse about3 It sound
Ilke a brlck layers conventlon
H len Mother I WVIQII you wouldnt us slang Father wa jus'
dr v ng Charhe away agaln
Mr Uomas Slttlng at oth r end of couch and takmg her crochet
1ng Dont worry d ar father s bark IS always worse tl an hrs
brte CMr Domas takes newspap r and trres to read I Whv H I n
one t1m he never even spoke to me for a month
Mr Domas I dxdn t want to mterrupt you
Mrs Domas Indeed' And just what was your 1d a ln chasxng
Charhe Sheperd away3
Mr Donaas When I was a boy my father haul som rvc trdw th
worked oyertlme gettmg that straw Im buxldmg a fenc round
Mrs Domas Oh my' Your ldeas of phllosophy would make So
rates turn over rn hls graye
Mr Domas QReads ln silence unt1I he suddenly srts up Caootl
Heay ens there s burglars rn town' Not an ordlnary crook It
seems but a pohshed artrst And us wlth S4 000 IH th1s hous A
head appears at the wlndow Ilstenlng I
Helen And why dldn t you take It to a bank3
Mrs Domas He sald the banks were closed Mary has supp r on
the table by novs I hope Come
Man Now thats just my luck 4 000 ln the hous and I cant
make a search I mlcfht vet caught Oh I ll work th xt old one
get some krd to hold me up b fore the famrly and when they sym
pathxze I can get the money
Charhe Enters Say what 3
Man Be st1II Ilsten I am a speaker on a tour I can t pay much
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for puhllcxty Now I want you to pretend to hold me up 1n this
room ID a lew mlnutes In that way I w1ll get my name in the pap r
and people will come to hear me There wlll he a httle money ln my
h1p pocket that Wlll be your pay Say vou don t happen to I3 con
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Fharlle No I am not connected with thls family ln any shape
form or fashlon
Man That s good hut you get some sort of dlsguise and come
hack as soon as posslhle I will be talklng to the head of the
Charlie As he leaves Then you will he talking to Mrs Domas
Man Xvell it worked I had to lnvent some storv
Hello they r coming He steps outsid and knocks as
Mr and Mrs Domas and H len enter
Mr Domas Come ln Mary never has supper on t1m
Man I represent an lnsuranre company I lnsure you for anythlng
from cash to codflsh I am also a l cturer ln the clty
Mr Domas You are just the man I want to see What are your
rates on cash for one Illglllu
Charlie Hands up'
Helen I m sorry thls happened I wlll go for the pohce at once
Mr Domas Yes go at once To familv Well they didnt get
our 4 000 fqtarts toward drawer A no1s IQ heard and a cl
tective and policeman enter with the man
Detective Well Mr Domas we found that notorlous crook right
1n your vard He hadn t stolen anvthlng at least he had nothing
on h1m We will take him to jail If you miss anything let m know
Mr Domas The money IS gone'
Helen GONE' fcharhe enters with mask and beard stlll on
Mr Domas Well'
Charhe Don t talk of wells lt IS too deep a subyect for you takes
off mask Where s your fr1end3 Takes off beard and mea
sures rt on his arm All wool and a yard wide Guaranteed not to
ravel rip or tear out at the edges flakes S4 00 from under his chln
and Mr Domas watch from his pocket That s all I beheve
Mr Domas Takes thmgs and stares at them Then he and Mrs
Domas walks to the door I have changed my mlnd exit
Charhe As he goes toward Helen I That was a hard thmg for
h1m to change
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A CRITICISM ON POPULAR MAGAZINES
The trouble wlth the current magazlne IS that It IS lacklng ln
warletv There are 'very few p opl today who can satlsfy thelr taste
wlth just one class of llterature and for my part I am
obllged to cart hom ten or twelve magazlnes b for
I can flnd everwthlng I wlsh to read about lnhe Cos
mopolltan IS falrly reeklng wlth wlld tales of HCIIOD
and yet most of the cllrrent events of the day are com
pletely forgotten or neglected In dlrect contrast
to the Qosmopolltan IS the Llterary DIg6St
magazlne fllled wlth the absorblng toplcs of th day
and nothlng else Th Saturday Evenlng Post IS l
medlum between the two It has falrly good artlclee
on pr sent toplcs and very good storles b t f r th
flne touches of homelv humor one must go to Col
llers ID the Uncle Henry column The Am rlcan IVIHQHZIHC
contalns artlcles of lnterest vet not exactly current IOQICS but IIS H
tlon IS detestable The ladles Home ournal IS exactly what It
mpl es a ladles hom lournal It does contaln ewerythlng of ll
terest to mother but where does father com ln3 H th 'la
ls merely one of the larg st h awlest magazlnes on the pallor taol
'llwavs on top of hls Colller s whlle slster s Cosmo and brother s
Amerlcan and grandpa s Llterary Dlgest are flylng around al
wavs ln hls way Each magazlne has a slngle lnterest and nothlng
all ty pes of llterature that satlsfled the tastes of everyone' And yet
would lt3 Every member of the famlly would b wantlng the maga
ZIDC at the same tlme and dad would have to brlng flv COPIES of the
same magazlne lnstead of flve dlfferent magazlnes
REMINISCENCES OF A BARNSTORMER
Because I had dlmples ln my cheeks and curly halr my ag was
overlooked and one of the town s benevolent ladles asked my mamma
lf I mlght be a falry ln Babes IH the Wood My mamma was anxlous
for my early debut so she agreed The scene was an
artlflclal forest ln the clty park Crowds came' B
hlnd the sc nes all was exclt m 'lt Such elacula
tlons as Are my llps on stralght3 Have my eyelashes
run3 Do hook my gown' My knees are shak
lng llke jello and other such expresslons Through
all thls babel I sat calmly on a hlgh cushloned stool
unatrald of the mass of p ople I was to face carlng
llttle whether my llps were uneven or not The dance
progressed nlcely but when our part was flnlshed I
refused to leave the stage The muslc played on and
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career for me and I was asktd to dance slng and read everv where
Some years later I played WIIIIC Green IH a juvenll story
Perhaps I wouldn t have won the honor but for the death of the boy
who had b en chosen first
later I was understudy to lVllle Hlftv She played a sllent part
ln the play The Srlent N018 Once I was a ptcture of Annle Lau
r1e standlng behind a lavender tarleton screen a spot hght focused
upon m I must have been a llfelxk plcture on wrth lots of mo
tlon ln lt
Perhaps my greatest trxumph was IH Lncle Tom s Caddlllac
I was Lncle bl om 1n the frrst two acts and G bbs the mrlkman rn the
Durlng my checkered career I haxe plaved Slr Douglas Wool
worth 1n a Traglc Comedy Balto Moore IH lhe Love Affaxrs ol
Many Lands and Dan Cuplcl ln Danxel s Mlstake Really I am
lnterested 1n dramatxcs and I hop rn th future that th drama won t
fqll below th examples quoted above Gladys Karlcore
A NORTHERN LIGHT
Never wrlte a story concernlng som thmg about whlch you know
nothlng ln other words always b p rsonally acq amt d wlth your
scttlng descrlb personal fr1 nds or enemves as vour charact rs and
aboxe all know th plot 1ts cllmax and con lusxon Now som p o
pl laaxe a mama for do ng what thev should not H r s a to
whlch dlsober s all laws O1 worth whll flctlon
The settmof must be some place personally unknown only h1s
to lcally or occasional hearsay Let us take th North Pole Th X
know that rt 15 cold up ther qulte cold so cold that IC bergs a e all
around so many lCCb rgs that they can t flnd the land or wat r under
neath very cold and 1cy Bears too blg whlte wooly sl epy b ars
The bears eat frsh long thm sllmy cold creatur s for the chara L rs
The plot' Settmg and characters all ready but no plot X h
can b don wh re can w turn3 Yet th r IS som hon A plot
contalns a b gxnnlng and an end wth a clrmax somewher betwe n
The best authors dlffer as to the exact locatlon of th cllmax so ther
IS no serlous drfhculty xn that resp ct Begmnxng cllmax d
beglnnmg end cllmax that sounds best for It allows surh po s bl
rtles BCWID the story end lt tell the cllmax as a post lud t Is an
wavs so difficult to tell where cllmaxes come for the author and the
reader never agree on that polnt so for the beneflt of botn the post
lude would be an excellent place so definlte you know no one could
posslbly mlstake lt But thls lntellectual dlscusslon does not get us
any place ln the story ltself
A good beglnnlng would be It IS not mentloned that a short
story has actlon It has and that IS why thls IS a short story to have
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a hero and a herolne Esklmoes Une llves on one end of the pole
and one on the other The base IS the lady s and the top IS the gentle
man s b cause the gentlman s rxghtful place IS at the top Of course
there must be a romance but no romance was ever dreamed of 1n
whxch nelther ullaln nor ambxtlous parents took part The v1lla1n
hves on an lceberg An lceberg m whxch IS lmbedded a dead b ar
frozen at least one thousand years ago and never thawed Our am
b1tIOUS parents travel because all the avaxlabl
locatlons have been taken up Here IS th plot
the hero loves the herome as usual th heroln
lowes the hero th vrllaln lo es th heroln bdt hat s
the hero the fond par nts lov th V ham b au h
lowes monev thev wish the daughter to love th vrl
A ' laln she cannot and wrll not There IS a flght th
hero wms gets the g rl and both llve at th top of
Postlude or clrmax the dlsappo nt d parents
stop thelr roaming at wxll over the surface of the
earth and l1ve ln the vacated daughters apartment
at th bottom of the pol Sarah Ferral
A DREAM OF NIGHT
out the greater part of the mght on a murder story for the Tlmes
and had just returned to my room l was too tlred to go to b c. so
mstead l put on my smoking Jacket and sat b sld the Wm 'ow srnok
mg my plpe
My man servant always kept a good flre ln the fxreplace of mv
room He had been ln my employ a numb r of years and had early
learned that the one thlng l demanded above all else was that flre
So when l came IH the flre was burnmg mexrxly and th place was
cozy and warm
As l Sald before l sat smokmg and also thlnklng thmkxng of
varlous thmgs but chlef among these was why l had nev r marrled
At a t me llke this l needed that comfort and my thoughts turned to
that subject All my llfe everywhere l had searched for my ldeal
but nowhere had l found her l had not entirely Owen up hop bu
had almost begun to belleve that such a person dld not exlst
For a long tlme l sat there rn that state of mlnd halfway b
tween the consclous and unconsclous The smoke curled lazxly from
my pipe l watched lt from between half closed eyelxds Suddenly l
sat bolt uprlght There was someone In my room a woman l sat
stlll watchmg her dlmly outlmed through the smok from my plpe
She b cam more dlstlnct and l aw a young woman a b autlful
woman wlth eyes lxke stars and soft brown halr Her fea ur s were
dellcate and finely chlseled and her clothmg was exp ns ve but rn
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observed her more closely I notlced what I at flrst thought was a d
tect but later decld d enhanced her beauty Down the m1ddle of h r
head was a streak ln whlch the halr seemed none th Iess soft and
beautlful but different from the rest ln a subtle 1neXpI1cabI wav
I spoke and arose from mv chalr but there was no on th r
Wfhat was th matter with m was I Iosmg my nerve3 After thlnk
mg It over I attrlbuted 1t to an overworked mlnd but the next dav
ln my work I round myself watchmg for thls woman I had
hoping to m et h r
Two exet mg later a w w r Ieaxmg th ofhc one of th bovs
sald Come on ov r for d loner IOHIQIII I want you to m t mv s1s
term law You ll Ixke her I know Soon we arrn ed at hls home
and b Ior I I-in w what was happenlng I found mys If b 1ng ln ro
duced to Mlss Idols Moy Ie I stuttered and stamm red a .I I It aI
together foollsh Sh was th U1rI I had se n suppos dly ID a dr and
two mghts b fore esse F VI'1Iso1
DIFFERENT BOOKS I HAVE READ
As I slt down to WTIIS there flashes across mv mmd a p1cture
of a barclootel barehead ct habla IX
-'I' dressed Am YICHH boy Idu k Imn
the creatlon of IVIarIx II w a1 TI at co
'LD mopoln n au hor las cr at d 1 chi
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Booth Tarlxlnwton has also wr tt n Of
our younger gener txon h hcl s that
g num boy tc Ilng that Mark
Iwaln was cap bl ol putt nf' n o hxs
The most dramatlc book ever wr1tt n I th nl was 1-Ia
tow 1 C om s L b 1 me f
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most hand ned h art wo I VI It Authors have wrr nl oth h
realy. n IOTI ut t at o rs tow must alway
Coop r Krpl ng Po haye all wr tt n welrd my tel O1
d aI no tal s of d ff rent countrx s but the on that entranc ,I m I
most was Treasure Island by Robert Loals Stevenson It h s
the elements of mystery of Poe the w1erd surroundings of K pI1nf'f
and the lnterest of Cooper AII3 rt NI 'li W CZ
THE LITTLE GIRL WITH A CURL
At a recent p r od ln th annals of the human famvly th r cz,
1 ted a dlmlnutlv IZCYTIIHIH so c m n of humanxtv whos mos co
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ute Clllll HSIOHS Flhls descended perpendlcularly upon her alabaster
At mtervals when she was amlably dlsposed she produced upon
all beholders the lmpresslon of b mg excesslvely agreeable but when
she abondoned herself to the natural 1ncl1nat1ons of an unregenerate
sp1r1t she exhlblted such symptoms of d pravlty that her deportment
became pOS1tlVCly execrable lVlovnelle Stevenson
Scholarshlp IS the maglc key that opens the door of opportunlty
and busmess It IS the letter of recommendatlon that makes soclety
recelve one with open arms lt IS the result of sacrlflce and labor
but a strlvmg for scholarshlp produces a leader a man of learmng
superman Those who attalned the goal of scholarshlp have attamed
the hlghest posrtlon ln lrfe
lt I8 ln anybody and everybody who can be called a scholar
Some haven t the foundation of a scholar Others havent the wlll
power or energy But the man who has the character to better hlm
self rs the leader He surpasses his fellow man It IS the learned
man who must sound the trumpet forward and onward and who
thus keeps cnvllxzatlon from crumblmg mto decay
Llterary letters were awarded
ltorlum Debate Webster Socxety
Ollle Stewart Richard Arledge and
Maxwell Watts Roosevelt Socrety
Danme Macpherson Orrle Davls
and Gladys Dorns
ln the contest conducted by La
Reata wmners were as follows Eun
:ce Herkenhoff essay A Crltrcxsm
on Popular Nlagazmes George
Cook story Kmg and Pseudo
lxlng Ysabel Stevenson poem
Ode to Sprung
Frederick Baser won the br n P
medal offered by the lllmols Watch
Company for the essay which ap
pears at the flrst of l..1te1ary
Other awards A surprise to the
members of the Record and La Re
ata staffs also to the special con
trxbutors to the Record were the
school emblems ln the school colors
yellow and whrte which were award
ed near the end of the school year
For the names of those who received
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LINCOLN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
The freshmen held a meetlng 1n room 206 at the begxnnxng of the seconl
semester After a hot contest between the gurls and boy the followmg
officers were elected honors beln dnvlded Arrhre McDowell presxdent
Wnll Atkinson vlce president Helen Heber secretary and Grace Thlelbar
THE HONOR ROLL
As a reward to the pupils of Lmcoln school who make good grades and
as xnducement to other students to try to make good grades an Honor bocxety
has been formed Every puprl above the sxxth grade who makes a report of
two E1 s two G s and the rest lVl s or better ha hls name placed upon the
honor roll and IS presented with two small rrbbons one purple and the other
gold The purple ribbon represents the work the pupll puts 1nto hrs studles
and the gold represents the value of what he has learned The honor roll has
grown greatly slnce It was started shortly after the Lrncoln school was fnrst
Lincoln s grldnron warrro s had a very good season wlth a goodly per
centage of games won The team had the mxsfortune to schedule games with
teams that were much larger and heavler than Lincoln but they always put
up a stxff game flght Among the teams that were defeated were the Sopho
mores and Central Among those that we bowed ln defeat were Menaul
and Washmgton our old athletnc enemies
The regular members of the squad were Renfro captam and half back
Crawford quarter back Grlffim half back Grooms full back Rrce and
Haynes centers Bradshaw and Huckabay guards Sadler and Patterson
tackles Smlth and Rumley ends
The next athletlc event was the mdoor track meet wxth Washlngton
school under the dlrectxon of Chief Williams of the Y M C A whlch we
lost by a narrow margin
ln the basketball tournament with Washington the l..1ncoln teams won
the meet The first and second teams scheduled many addztxonal ames
most of whxch they won
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Another team that had an exceptuonally good season was the team rep
resentung the Leaders Club whuch durects the supervused recreatuon They
won a very good percentage of theur games often playung agaunst much larger
teams Members of thus team were Ruce captaun Hayes Renfro C-ordon
Haynes Barnett and Crawford
Some of the events for the sprung program are a swummung meet the
annual track meet wuth Washungton and Central school and baseball The
track has been graded cundered and rolled and traunung has been started
Some of the track and fueld men expected to star for Luncoln are Renfro Ruce
Redman Rumley and Crawford for the unlumuted class Glassman Shavre
Gofhng Tarter Baurd and Toothaker For the lughter classes are Charles
Rumley a new boy un school but us reputed to be a fast man un the 220 yard
dash and un the relay Those that are not tryung for the track team are prac
tucung dauly un preparatuon for the comung baseball season Luncoln us very
anxuous to avenge the stungung defeat admunustered by Washungton last year
and to wun the pennant Some of the members of last year s squad are
Groom Crawford and Barnett Other candudates are Bobo Cruffun Ren
fro Hoyd Stull Haynes and Stubbs Harold Smuth us a former star who
wull not report on acount of ullness Reported by ames Sadler
THE LINCOLN GIRLS CLUB
The Luncoln Curls Club was organuzed over a year ago All gurls who
attend the seventh eughth or nunth grades of Luncoln School are members
of the club The club holds uts meetungs monthly and after a short busuness
meetung a program us guven contaunung short talks by the gurls or Muss Allen
recutatuons and vocal and unstrumental musucal selectuons The purpose of
the club us to create among the gurls a better school spurut and a feelung of
respect toward both teachers and classmates The resolve of each gurl us to
serve her school at all tumes and to luve up to the hughest standards of char
acter The club us duvuded unto three departments whuch are the program
after the dutues of the dufferent departments At the last annual electuon
May Sturrat was elected presudent Louuse Cunnungham vuce presudent Emma
Lee Mccuure secretarv and Helen McDowell treasurer lsabel Grey
THE OPEN AIR THEATER
ln the ancuent days of Greece the Athenuans used to gather to watch
plays The plays were shown on a hullsude or un a natural amphutheater There
was luttle or no scenery and the actors seldom wore specual costumes
Workmen have been duggung un some of the sandhulls around the Lun
coln unuor Hugh School durung the past few months and have cleared out
quute a large hole un one of the hulls leavung a lutrle natural amphutheater
Some of the enterprusung gurls of the Luncoln School have taken advan
tage of thus amphutheater and have guven plays un Cnod s
6 Q great out of doors The gurls appeared un theur regular school
clothes and usung umagunatuon for scenery gave sew eral clever
luttle plays all of them orugunal and showung much forethought
The teachers had nothung to do wuth the plays except to
watch them but they prause them hughly Many of the pupuls
stopped to see them and luke the old Creek spectators have
clamored for more Wull Atkunson
The Luncoln Curl Scouts of Ameruca were organuzed Nevember l I925
at Lmcoln unuor Hugh School under Mrs Ruth Bacon s supervusuon
There were approxumately fufty gurls enrolled but un tume the number
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Lmcoln unior High has two troops Lincoln Troop No I and Lin
coln Troop No 2 Their emblem lS the burning torch
During the warmer weather the Girl Scouts went for an early mornxng
hike every Saturday morning
Saturday November 24 1923 they had a cookie and cancly sale at
Strong s Book Store
About fifteen girls have taken the Tenclerfoot test and received their
arm badge lnez Lester is their only Second Class Scout Their patrol lead
ers are as follows
Lincoln Troop Nunber One Patrol Number l Inez Lester Patrol
Number 2 Helen Heber Patrol Number 3 Ethel Pitt Patrol Number 4
Lincoln Troop Number Two Patrol Number l Bonedell Blevens
ill IMF. its-sirius l,l'lIll'llHll tl!! Mir: All-1. As",' :, t l'-'m'ip:ll. linprlisli Hit Miss il " .
lun ' .'l 1-43 Miss 1'll'l'1'l'. SlIIllllSll. .Xrill im-ti:-, Sl: Allin f Un Miss Sw -' . Sig l Gruile- itil
Miss Se-ll 1. SlHllllNll. Aritl l'li1' IT! Mis: .I'Il-wa-ll. Algn-ln':i. lrillill iN! Miss .ls 'lima
Sixth Grzuls- lil! Mrs. M1-Mains. lh':in1m:ir. l1ll4'I'2lllll'4' llibi Miss 1l'I.:1ug:l1Iili. llistm-y,
4 yivs lll I Miss St'vYQ'l'llS. M '. Aritl -tif' ill!! Mix: NY '-Nl'lllbZlt'll. Ilisl wry. .' - vin::.
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Patrol Number 4 Dorothy Dotson
The offrcers are as follows Mr Ruth Bacon Qaptarn Mrss lxatherrm
McDowell Frrst Lreutenant Nlrss osephrne Maple Frrst Lreutenant and
Mrss lrmrs ohnson Second Lreutenant lnez Lester Presrdent Lucrlle Hays
Vrce Presrdent Ethel C-rrffrn Secretary and Helen Heber Treasurer
THE BOY S JAZZ QUARTET
Last fall ther grew a great desrre among, the musrc classes of Lrncoln for
some sort of musrc that would be really drfferent A very orrgrnal unrque
unusual emrnent and extraordrnary boy by the name of Andrew Wold but
commonly known as Andy by personal work and rnfluence organrzed thrs
Jazz quartet The quartet consrsts of boys about fourteen years old Every
musrcal organrzatron of any consequence needs a drrector so Mrss Lorene
Severns a very capable and expcrrenced musrcal drrector volunteered her
servrces to the quartet
The frrst appearance of the quartet aroused the rnterest of the students
and they grew even more popular as they played for the Honor Roll as em
blres They played several trmes for drfferent assemblres but they were not
to stay at Lrncoln The quartet added to therr popularrty when they appeared
on the program of the crty band concerts Tuesday Aprrl 3 and agarn Flues
day Aprrl 8 at the armory
Who are these boys3 Are they just ordrnary boys5 Yes they are just
boys Therr names are Andrew Wold Dwrght Rhodes Sam C-las man and
Wrlson Shaver Andrew Wold the leader of the quartet has real talent rn
hrs rmrtatron of a cornet Sam Glassman shows hrs stuff on the comb
whrle Dwrght Rhodes and Wrlson Shaver saxophone on contrrvances made
from paper whrch look lrke a cross between a flute and a whrstle
That rs the Boys azz uartet
UNCLE RUBE TRIES BUNK
Uncle Rube sat on the porch smokrng hrs prpe contentedly On hrs lap
lay a week old paper whose contents he had eagerly devoured He had just
frnrshed readrng wrth much enthusrasm about the arrest of two confrclence
men rn Chrcago
buddenly he got up and started for the krtchen door
Martha he sard How would you lrke to move to Chrcago3
care of the stock and l have to do the housework3
Well he sard Deacon Brown came by yesterday and whrle he was
here he remarked how nrce our farm was and how well
:T he would lrke to own rt You know he has a lot of money
and l thrnk he wrll buy rt
g AMY, Why Rube would you sell the farm that your
father had before you and that you had lrved on all your
lrfe3 Martha stormed
Well l thought that we would both lrke to have
nrce clothes and lrve rn a hotel Rube replred
Oh' then l guess rt wrll be all rrght to go Martha
You pack the clothes then whrle l go down and try to sell the farm
to Deacon Brown Rube sard as he got hrs hat and coat
Jr- 3- as as as
About a week later we frnd them comfortable srtuated rn. the Statter
Hotel rn Chrcago Martha rs perfectly satrsfred wrth her surroundrngs One
mornrng whrle Rube was readrng a paper rn the lobby he was accosted by a
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well dressed young, man by the name of Rnchardson ln a lnttle vwhnle they
were chattnnn., lnke old frnends but thns man found out that Rube had some
money and decnded to get all he could from hnm After trynnf., about a week
he found that Rube would not bnte for hrs plans
One day Rube and Martha went out for a rnde on Lake Mnchngan Whnle
they were gone a bell boy come through the lobby and announced that a
rertann lady had lost a dnamond rnn and would gnye frve hundred dollars
for the return of nt
About an hour later Rube and Martha returned from the Joy rrde and
whnle Martha went down to the grnll room to get a cup of tea Rube went up
to Rnchardson s room After closnnn, the door and locknng nt ne showed the
rnn to Rnchardson
Look what l found outsnde the door of the hotel he sand to the as
tonnshed Rnchardson who could hardly belneve hrs ey es
The rnng corresponded exactly to the descrnptnon gnven by the bell bov
and Rnchardson knew nt was worth a small fortune to the one who could sell
nt to a Jeweler So he offered Rube two hundred dollars and after a lnttle
bargannnng Rube went out of the room mnnus the rnng but wnth three hundred
and fnfty dollars nn hrs pocket He went down to the grrll room where he
found Martha enjoynng her tea After he had ordered a cup for hnmself he
sand Martha do you remember that fnve dollar dnamond rnng that l bought
you once whnch turned out to be glass3
Of course she answered
Well l ve sold nt to Rnchardson he contnnued
Sold nt3 Martha exclanmed
Yes at least the bell boy and l dnd he sand as he pressed the money
nnto her palm Scott Mabry
A PIECE OF YELLOW PAPER
An rnnocent lnttle pnece of paper came flutternng around the corner wnth
the wnnd About a half mnnute later almost fnfty people came runnnng after
t They looked around nervously and excntedly whnle the nnnocent lnttle
yellow paper lay hndden behmd a trash can
Then another gust of wnnd sent the paper nnto the anr There was a
snngle yell from one of the crowd then the whole crowd yelled and started
after the paper The paper lnghtly fluttered nn the wnnd just above the heads
of the people
X polnteman came down the street to see what the confusnon was
a few rnnnnutes he too was chasnng after the paper The paper fluttered upon
tlne secord story wnndow snll of brnck structure ust as the cop was about
to get nt from he nnsnde of the bunldnng another wnnd blew nt out upon tlne
atnn J phere
lt dnsappear d over a fennce and nnto the garbage barrel home of a lone
Whnlc the rat was nnbblnng freely at the pnece of paper the people were
looknng everywhere but the rnght place The polncemarr happened near the
barrel heard the scramblnng of the rat and thought he would tnke a peek
On looknng nn he saw the paper Taknng nt up carefully and slnpprng nt nnto
hrs pocket he sneaked off behmd another fence He carefully opened the
paper wnth a vnctornous and Joyful look upon hrs face 'lhns look soorn dned
as he read How to Make Home Brew The rest had been nnbbled up by
the rdf Fern Knllmer
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WASHINGTON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
THE WASHINGTON RECORD
The Washinetorx Record the first paper ever published by Washington
unior High School had over one hundred and twenty five subscribers at the
time the last issue was published The profits were given to the Pen Pushers
Club to be used by the staff next year as an assistance fund
The staff of the Record was as follows Ted Magee editor in chief
Harold Cote associate editor ohn Cook associate editor Benjamin Osuna
local editor Ray Hogan sport editor and William Harden sport editor
THE PIONEER SCOUT
The Pioneer Scout published solely in the mterest of the Boy Scouts
has a staff made up entirely of Washington umor High School students The
members of the staff are Ted Magee editor in chief Walter Scott assist
ant editor Harold Cote associate editor Ray Hogan department editor
ames Fahey and C MacGregor contributing editors
The first issue was the success that all had hoped for over forty copie
were sold to Troop 3 alone The Scouts were mterested in the various stories
but displayed most mterest in the camping and athletic departments The
articles concerning the Scout summer hikes were popular also They did not
fall to arouse several cases of spring fever because of fond memories of
Jemez Ray Hogan
fl! Mr. Y: H uk' 'k. P' 'ip:lI. Alga-Ibm, Sci -ucv 123 Ii "'s, I : 1"' 'ilil ,
A"tI 1 V ICI! Miss Talk '- , Emzliull 147 Miss SI : . ixlj.fI'IlI'RI. Gvmnvtry 153 .lim
.I I s . Ilist wry HW Miss I's-tvl'.'mi, I'Im.:I'.'Il WTI Miss I"'.'I ". Imtin IND Mr. I.
Ali.: ':. I glish. Musir- III! Mlm' Bat-s, Hi: 4101 Mi.-s Ilill':u'1l. A"tI ti: I
Mr.: 'Il2IYQ'Z. SIHIIIINIIZ Mist K'l I ". Iingrlishz Mi.'.' Iluvis. IIi.' Mis: Snjl-r. I 'r:pI1y.
S " ': 5 iss I'HlIl'l'IH'IllI. Grniinnnr: Miss Maps-l. R-a I' g: M'.'s Anfl-. M1 s' '. A't: Mrs.
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THIL PEN PUSHERS CLUB
The Pen Pusers Club IS an honorary SOCICQV for students who are above
the ax erage ln llterary work 'lhose who may be thus descrlbed and who
Wlbh to Joln the club may wrlte a story an e say or a poem as evldence or
thelr ablllty and wlll then be recommended to membershlp
The purpose of thls organlzatlon IS to cultlvate lnterest ln Wflllng to
prepare students for staff work on the Washlngton Record and to teach
heretofore lnnocent asplrants to blot ood paper break pen polnt and curxe
lnsults rlhere Wlll be an occaslonal meetlng devoted to cartoonlng for sev
eral members have shown marked ablllty ln thIS means of slander
IS YOUR BOY A SCOU1 3
ls your boy a scoutf' Thls questlon IS becomlng unlversal The major
lty of the people answer No Thelr answer must be changed The Boy
Scout organlzatlon stands for clean ldCdlS helps to gulde boys ID the rlght
cllrectlon and IVCS them the tlme of thelr llVCS
Woodcraft Does that mean anythlng to your boy3 Can he track
anlmals3 Does he know how to bulld
shelters5 C an your boy follow a hldden
trall3 Llkely no but a Scout can FIFSI
ald If there were an acldent could your
boy glve flrst aldf Could he glVC artl
flClal resplratlon to a drowned person3
lf he IS the average boy he cannot but
a Scout can Preparedness ls your boy
Help IS needed can he slgnal3 Lost' can
he flnd hlmself3 A Scout can
Be prepared that IS the Scout s mot
t He has twelve laws whlch he IS bound
to respect Most boys of Scout age take
It upon themselves to keep the Scout
oath they reallze that they are on thelr
honor to do thelr best to be good Scouts
And then how a camp ln the forest thrllls the Scout He llkes to go to
bed and hear the swaylng of the trees over hlm and see the stars castlng a
soft glow over the land a Scout under the klncl care of the open
Prlncess Chrysanthemum a apanese operetta ln three acts was glven
by the choruses of the Washlngton unlor Hlgh School May 2
The prlnclpal characters are PYIHCCSS Chrysanthemum the Emperor
daughter To To Yum Yum Du Du and Tu Llp the maldens attendant on
the PYIHCCSS Falry Moonbeams the Prlncess Clood GCDIUS the Emperor
What For Whl Prlnce So Tru and Prlnce So Sll who are both ln love Wlth
the PIIDCCSS Top Not the court chamberlaln and Sauser Eyes the Wlzard
The story ln Act l lS A great fete IS belng held ln honor ol the comlng
of age of the Emperor s daughter Prlncess Chrysanthemum She IS loved by
Prlnce So Tru and returns hl8 affectlon but he ha arlval ID the person of
Prlnce So Sll who seeks the ald of Saucer Eyes the Wlzard Cat who carrles
oft the PTIHCCSS to the cave of lnky Nlght leavlng the Emperor and Prlnce
So Tru dlstracted at her strange cllsappearance
ln Act 2 PTIHCCSS Chrysanthemum lmprlsoned ln the cave of lnky
Nlght Wlth the ald of a maglc rlng summons the Falry Moonbeam who IS
about to help her when she drops the rlng and cannot flncl lt Falry Moon
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bewarl her fate Prrnce So Tru manages to obtarn entrance to the cave and
hnds the rrng whrch at once causes Farry Moonbeam to return and ard hrm
At thrs moment the Emperor arrrx es wrth hrs attendants and takes Saucer
Fyes prrsoner bearrng hrm rn trrumph to hrs palace
Act 3 Threatened wrth torture Saucer Eyes confesses the complrcrty of
Prrnce So Slr whom the Emperor orders to rnstant executron lhrs rs how
ever frustrated by the appearance of Prrncess Chrysanthemum accompanred
by Prrnce So Tru and Farry Moonbeam wrth her band The Emperor pardons
Saucer Eyes and So Slr at the Prrncess request and grves her hand rn marrrage
to Prrnce So Tru thus brrngrnv everythrng to a happy conclusron
HILRE COMES THE BOB
M s Fdwards arose on the fatal mornrng feelrng rather peculiar and rt
was several mrnutes before she realrzed rts cause she had made an apporrrt
ment to have her harr bobbed
She had been rn antrcrpatron of thrs heart rendrng event srncf the morn
rng of the day before and had grven ample trme to decrdrng what krnd of a
bob to have After much contemplatron she was strll undecroed so she
called rn some relrable nerghbors and wrth therr ard she finally decrded upon
a plarn bob
her apporntment was at two She went to the mrrror and sat vrewrng herself
from one angle and another She prctured Herself wrth a plarn bob a shrngle
bob and a Krng Tut bob Mrs Edwards was only rn her late twentres and rn
sprte of the fact that she had flamrng red harr that srmply screamed for help
she was not hard to look upon Her appearance was of no small concern to
her Thus thrng she had brought upon herself mrght make her look lrke a
At last she started down town How could thrngs be so quret and placrd
when such a decrsrve event was about to take place3 The brrds sang the same
songs the traffic made the same clatter Mrs Edwards could hardly hear
them for the poundrng of her heart but wart untrl thev saw and knew
What would people say and rm sarnts of Buddha what would rm
say3 She had not been able to muster the courage to tell hrm She prctured
hrs return rn numerous and varred ways none of them over pleasant She
now felt assured of the outcome of thrs escapade rm would wreck the car
and tear down the court house rn hrs haste to obtarn a drvorce the dreadful
thrng would appear rn the papers rn Harrng screamrng headlrnes and people
would lrne the streets to see her pass
She trred rn varn to turn her footsteps from the deadly lrne that was
leadrng her strarght to the barber shop Wrth pale features and a racrng
strflrng heart she entered the place of doom Dazedly she ascended the
scaffold and awarted the actrons of the executroner what a hard hearted
feelrngless rnhuman beast he must be to determrne the fates of rnnocent well
meanrng crtrzens wrth such lrttle concern
The clrppers and scrssors had performed therr murderous duty and Mrs
Edwards after some hesrtatron ventured once more rnto the street People
seemed to stare from every srde and to congrgate around her Srre even sus
pected people parked therr automobrles to glare at her Self conscrously she
reached up to adjust a harrprn but drew her hngers qurckly away when they
came rnto contact wrth a seemrngly unbounded expanse of cold bare neck
After what seemed seven ages of torture wrth a deep srgh of gratrtude she
finally reached her apartment and closed the door upon the glarrng rnsultrng
publrc Even her rmage rn the mrrror seemed a mockrng Jeerrng demon so
she slammed rt down and would haxe grven vent to the sobs that were fast
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accumulatmg IH her throat had 1m not come 1n just then
To her surpr1se he merely sard Lo Lucy 1n the usual way and started
talklng about an ent1reIy d1fferent subject from what she expected
Gradually fear gave way to dxsappolntment and unable to conta1n her
emotlon any Ionger she exclalmed bluntly 1m drdn t you not1ce my ha1r3
Why no sald the unsuspectlng 1m what s the matter w1th 1t3
MY I'AMII Y
I have had many troubles and at Ieast one of them happened My
famlly IS a b1g trouble that IS always r1s1ng to the surface When I stay out
after 9 o clock P M the members of my fam1Iy want to know where and
why When I get a sore throat they expect me to go to bed and I1ve on beef
tea My fam1Iy wants to know why I am not a long ha1red mus1c1an PIHCIIC
mg on the plano two hours a day
The only sens1bIe member of my fam1Iy IS my b1g Irttle SlStCY She does
not bother a fellow Wlth a Iot of foolxsh questxons and she can dance and
make fudge She can spell the hard words when a fellow IS wr1t1ng a Ietter
or an Englrsh theme-she wasnt here when I wrote thlS one But even she
has enough bad trarts to prove she belongs to the fam1Iy for she doesnt
want me to wh1stIe rn the house and she s afraxd that my Iatest cold w1II go
I want a I1ttIe cottage
W1th roses by the door
And rooms wrth Iovely colors
C-ay carpets on the floor
Wrth gold and tapestry
Wrth carved gods upon the walls
And floors of rvory
MV garden paths could never Iure
Your feet to Ilnger Iong
And rn your s1Ient palace
My heart would break for song
THE LILY QUEENS
In one far corner of the yard
Tall purple IIIICS grow
Some people call them 1r1s flowers
I call them queens for oh'
They are exceedmg stralght and tall
Llke royal folks they seem
I play they are farr prmcesses
Enchanted 1n a dream
The roses gently send the1r pmk
Sweet petals showermg down
To make a carpet for each queen
In royal purple gown
But when the sun comes peeplng up
The I1Iy queens must go
ust flowers 1n a row
MY HEART LEAPS UP
My heart Ieaps up when I behold
A ralnbow ln the sky
So was It when myl Ilfe began
So IS It now I am a man
So be It when I shall grow old
Or Iet me dlel
The chlld rs father of the man
And I could wlsh my days to be
Bound each to each by natural prety
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LENORL PE PTH Edntor
Sept 4 The great day arrlves at
last' The teachers are all very
armable today but just walt'
bept 5 1 he honorable faculty
today sat upon the stage to be ad
mired by the sophs
be t 7 Ihe glrls were called t
order by Mrs La Bar and warned
that rf they drdn t keep their lock
bept I4 rl he haughty senlors elect
they re satlsfred
Se t I6 Our frrst pep mee mg
wtth Pep half asleep
b pt I8 Mr Renahan of Santa Pe
talked to us whrle all the hand
some members of the btate Bar
Assoclatlon sat beam ng upon us
from the stage
Sept I8 An eventful day' The
officers of the Gtrls League evr
dently have somethlng up thexr
ept 20 After this the Jumors had
better thmk twtce about whom
they choose for offlcers
bept 24 The dear Irttle Sophs
were asslgned therr places of tor
ture rn the audltorrum
Oct I Board meetlng What wlll
they plan to do to us now?
Oct L A trr purpose pep meeting
Mrs La Bar pralsed all the actlv
rtres Squxrt started the Season
tlckes rollmg and Mr Carleton
just had to get a word ln edge
wrse 1n behalf of his much abused
Oct 4 Prrst sophomore smg The
worst racket you ever heard
Oct 8 Our frrst fire drlll In case
of another one take your tlme
It s only a false alarm
Oct 9 l'1rst chance for our young
Websters and Roosevelts to show
young men feel rather queer
O r ll
Qlarre too dear for words' And
Hx Y surely made some
Grrls league socral Wasnt
those bloodhounds tarls I
Oct I8 Sophomores planned for
thexr pep meeting Go t
Oct I9 The marvelous bennor Pep
Meetlng came off today Was rt
a colncldence that placed our
handsome Acres next to a cer
tam young Iady3
Oct I9 An eventful day' Soph
omore boys cleaned the athletlc
proved therr worth to the team
by servmg sandwiches after foot
Oct 24 Dramatic Club organrzed
today Our friend Lady Eunice
of Chewlng Gum rs chlef actress
for the year 23 34
Oct 26 bophomore pep meetmg
has establrshed them as a peppy
class rn the annals of A H S
Nov 6 and 8 Breakfast was
served by the home economlcs
classes Why dont they ever
ask some of the poor starvmg
students who wake up at elght
oclock and only have tlme to
Jump out of bed mto their clothes
and get to school just as the tardy
Nov 9 nter class pep meeting
ponsored by senlors Dldnt
franklrn look cute standlng
Nlov I0 Roswell game After the
game a dance the floor proved
too slrppery for a certam couple
We wonder lf Emmett cant see
Nov I3 TheS A P C S assert
ed ltself today when rt assaulted
one poor llttle sophomore
Nov I5 Grrls League meeting
Now at last the grrls wlll know
what to do at all trmes srnce
they were presented wrth books
Nov 21 Acres of Diamonds I
Whtch man was lt that the seven
Nov 26 H1 A admits new mem
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afoot Beware' all ye 1nnocent
lXov 29 El Paso game' 'I wo young
men members of the football
team tound El Paso more at
tract1ve than aurez the n1ght of
Dec 3 Do you remember the man
who sang Good mornmg
Dec 4 Rumors have spread con
cernlng a new organlzatlon the
S PA and of P
Dec 6 The football men were
honored by a banquet glven by
Dec II The downhearted Roose
velts debated on somethlng about
coal W1ll they w1n3
Dec I2 PYIZCS tor the best posters
of the un1or play were awarded
thIS morn1ng Naturally our Qhns
tne won fxrst place
Dec I5 Matmee of un1or play
ack brought down the house
Dec I4 When Mr Guy C Cald
well came to see us we got so ex
clted WatChln2 the llttle ChlCkCn
that we forgot to watch h1m
Dec I4 Evenxng performance of
the un1or play We got the
Dec I8 G1rls League Carmval'
Wasn t that last chorus effect1ve3
Dec 20 Flrst basketball game We
won so we re sure to have good
luck for the rest of the season
Dec ZI The WIHHCYS ol' the popu
lar1ty contest were announced to
day Hhe should have gotten the
Blggest Boy FI1rt but he only
got the Most Popular Boy It s
too bad Malcolm'
Dec 21 Last day of school' Heav
ens' What a rellef' And yet
there are com OSltC themes to be
thought of' hy can t MIS Dxx
on let the poor thm s off
I New Year s Day' And
Wllsons Le Dausant
a 2 School agaln' For whlch
w1lI we dec1de more study
a 3 Bulldogs 7S th lndcpend
ents' 'lhey re starting out the
a 7 The Argonmut Players pre
sented The Absent R1vaI
remember DICIC 9
an 9 A H S played the lnd1ans
and score another ucfory
I5 The Dramahc Club pre
sented Husbands on Xapxox al
I wonder 1f she took Boo because
he was the only one I tj
an 25 Para IVlentr Las 'Vluur-res
the Spamsh play was a hlgf- sue
cess especlally acks ab1l1l5 on
a 31 I cant remember cxat tlx
but I thmk th1s IS the day that
Helen and Bob made up
F b I I Moynell was elected pres
1dent of the Honor Socmtv
Fef 20 Belen beat the Bulldogs
but never aga1n'
Feb 22 Another game but th1
tlme we layed Santa Fe
Feb 23 hat myster1ous SOCICIY
The Charm School was organ
1zed on or about th1s date
e 25 A H S lost the 1n er
scholastlc tournament to Menaul
Feb 26 The Roosevelts debated
on the questlon Resolved that
the p1n IS more useful to human
1ty than the match The p1n
Feb 27 The Fellow s Club was or
Feb 29 At the Good Enghsh week
program Professor Hubbell gave
a very enterta1n1ng talk on Rud
yard K1 Imk
resldent of H1 Y Goodness
ut hes popular' UHIOY Play
presldent of the 1un1or class and
Mar 7 We greatly enjoyed the en
tertamment g1ven us by the two
attractlve young members of the
Mar I0 The most honorable CU
SchoIarsh1 Soc1ety today p
peared bellbbre us on the stage and
Marcella actually played for us'
I was never so surprlsed 1n my
Mar I0 and I I The all state bas
Icetball tournament turned out to
be a sad d1sappo1ntment to all
loyal rooters for A H S But
better luck next ear boys'
Mar 20 Mr Bor and wore a dxf
erent su1t t school f r
change We wonder lf the other
one wore out and he had to glVC
It up after all these years?
Mar 26 27 and 28 Sammy
fmally presented her mus1ca1
comedy Once 1n a Blue Moon
It proved to be a great success
even 1f Vlrglnla d1d hhave to do
all the love malcmg
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Nlar 3I The Rlght Reverend lVlr
ames Rayburn honored us wlth a
v1s1t and cordrally mvlted us to
attend the armory any tlme dur
mg his brlef stay ln the clty
Aprxl I Aprll l'ool s Day and
esclle blt the tobacco stuffed
candy We knew she would
April I7 and I8 The prellmlnarles
of the oratorlcal and declamatory
contests were held on these two
days Dld the results surprlse
Aprxl I7 The sophomore gxrls
showed the Glrls League what
they could do
April 25 The seniors presented
thelr annual class play Her
lrlend the Enemy dldnt turn
out to be so much of an enemy
Aprll 30 This should read like
thus The young ladles of the
H1 A entertaxned thelr gentlemen
frrends at a prcmc glven rn Bear
Canyon But all we have to say
rs We had a wonderful trme
May I and 2 The umor hxghs and
the Grade schools gave a c1rcus
nn the auditorium
'Vlay 5 Audxtonum debate Web
sters are ln their glory because
they wm unanlmously
May 6 Athletlc awards gnen t
May 8 The Glrls League held a
meeting for the purpose of electing
the officers for the commg year
May 9 and I0 The all state track
and held meet was held at the
University also the all state or
atorlcal and declamatory contest
May 9 and I0 Engllsh IV ters IS
postponed because of Interest rn
the tennis matches
May I4 Mxss Glll s glrls cllsplayed
thelr handlwork rn room 104
The gowns were very good look
May I2 Rumors of lxterary awards
bemg made thus week Some sur
prxses rn store
May I5 Gnrls League Plcmc Dug
nnty of women of the faculty takes
a brlef vacatlon
May I6 The Honor Society had
tberr annual plcmc
May 23 The much longed for oc
casron at last arrived Was there
ever such a junior semor prom'
May 25 The Baccalaureate Ser
mon was preached to the depart
mg seniors Boo' Hoo!
May Z7 Class Nlght and the sen
rors dont have to wear those
bloomln caps and gowns
May 29 Commencement' And Ol
How we hate to see our dear
frlends the senlors leave us The
worst of It rs that they feel just as
bad as we do about lt Well lt
cant be helped
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We read 1n the falry tales about Cmderella She was a poor
abused chrld whom nobodv loved But she had a godmoth r a falry
godmother You know the klnd you read about that glVCS you ev
erythmg your heart d SIYCS Well Cmderella has nothmg on us We
have a falry godmother too the Elks and they have played thelr part
well ust when we would tlre of Slttlflg by the ashes of tests and
studles the Elks would come wtth thelr pumpkln coach and drlve our
cares away They seem to know exactly what the schoolboy llkes
and at just what moment he would llke lt best
The Elks have been to us what the One Good Friend was to you 3 ck nn
your early school days Remember when you were just a llttle shaver dldn t
you have one person to whom you would go wlth all your troubles and joys
They always do 1n books sometlmes xt s the grocer on the corner sometlmes
just a kmdly old gentleman that passes the school house sometlmes even the
school marrr l know we would feel an awful vold a somethmg lackmg lf
we drdn t haxe our old frxends the Elks behmd us backmg u nn all our un
dertakmgs cheerxm, us on up the road to succes Eumce Herkenhoff
CONCERNING THE ELKS PROGRAMD
When vacatxon time has come and we no longer have to worry about
then have txme to recall those things
whnch have made our hlgh school
days such pleasant ones 1n splte of
lts fancied hardshlps ln thinking It
over we shall probably Hnd that
many things were accepted as a mat
ter of course and that we overlook
ed the fact that lt had cost someone
an eflort to glve tnem to us How
ever there are some thmgs whlch
even we careless and sometlmes un
appreclatlve students reco nlze for
therr true worth The series of en
tertamments brought to us through
generoslty of the Elks Club durmg
the last year has not falled to lm
press us Our lnterest was caught
and held from the very first M
Kmdley the champlon of the way
ward boy lectured to us ID such a tactful manner that the glrls were able to
forget that he was really most lnterested rn the boys Next came the Pxlcher
entertainment whlch was enthuslastlcally accepted as a perfect muszcal tr1o
The Argonaut Players who staged The Absent Rlval ln a prologue and
three acts provlded the mam subject for conversatlon for days afterward
The glrls especially were xmpressed by the handsome male members of the
party The Mason ubxlee Smgers were qulte dlfferent from anythmg we had
been ln the hablt of seemg Thelr program was entlrely made up of songs
poetmg and lmpersonatlons characterlstnc of thexr own people Last but not
least the Southland Duo rendered the closxng number of the serxes Thls
company was especxally dellghtful for the two young women were extremely
talented makmg us regret more than ever that lt was the last
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If 1ts new we re hopeless
lf It s old we bore
lf xt s short we re stxngy
If lt s long you snore
Vkfe ll proceed to serve you
Humor a la car e
If xt lal to plea e you
l ea e oe r fr encs talxe l'e
Some of tfl s true frxends
cme of It IS not
.Dom o lt IS Wll y
ome o lt IS rot
water proofed to keep hrs brams
from lealtmg cu
ey say en ors vw ll all pass
Var ty entrance exam ln compoal
txcn nex September
They Chemistry IS growmg
s ronge XVhat3 The odors5
They say that lVl1n1mum Essentlals
ln Manners as well as ID Englrsh
composltron wtll soon b out of
Howard Heyn ln Umted States
Hnstory Porto Rico xs IH the Phll
lpplnes ISD t 1t3
Frances sat ln front of Donald
Crosno ln Engllsh IV
Turn around Frances sand the
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erry Edmondson T .I Wxllams
teaclser one day IU the mldst of a
Frances grmned and answered
l dldn t ee anythxnsz,
The rest of the class wonders how
Donald took xt
L1 tle Curl on street e o
M1 s W1lklHSOD Why hello
G 1 havent seen you for a
long tlme Where have you been
M ss W To h1gh school
L C Oh l thought you were a
One Exciting Kmght
One t me there was a famous kn g t
He hved nn days of old
He wore a shlnglng new brass su rt
WhlCh made hlm very bold
Hrs trousers were of norsy znc
Hls hat was made of tvn
And every trme he tlpped hrs l a
It made an awful dln
Thls outflt cost s x hundred bucks
All guaranteed to wear
He had to go to a blacksmlth shop
To mend a lxttle tear
Protected by hls brassy front
He often tlmes got rough
He once Jumped off an awful cl1H
And thought lt was a bluff
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We can all be teachers too
and departxng leave behmd us
An evldence of what we knew
L1ves of great men all remlnd us
We can all make speeches too
-Xnd departmg leave behmd us
Old Doc Sheltons name to you
LIVES of great men all remmd
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Mlsery for school chxldren too
Lxves of great men all remlnd
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Nlnety four pronounced the
The nlght before3 questloned
Oh answered the teacher you
may tell me about that later
Dld she3 Ask Eumce
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he ofhce the dentists drd a rushing
buslness among the hlgh school pu
DllS durmg the fourth and frfth per
rods thls year
lmmys gxrl ns so lgnorant she
th nks a football coach has our
How Can It Be?
l for ot to gxve thlS to you t e
other day and found part of lt wan
derlng around ln my notebook
Why dnd a specxal messenger de
llver a bottle of llould soap to one of
the Webster debaters whlle her col
league was on the floorf
Why some students thlnk when
they turn ln a good joke to the an
nual that they must also turn lt ln
to the Record3
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omores slster ot a dxamond from
a fresh flsh e wonder how he
Why IS MISS Venable so interest
ed m prehlstorlc man but never says
anythlng about prehlstorxc woman3
Why do the students laugh when
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Does Wrll G feel like he looks3
Why doesnt Betty walk3
Why does Maxme thlnk the pret
ty Qxrl stuff wlll work wlth the
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llke a baby3 Or IS It llke a gxrl5
Why does It make a fellow feel
grouchy to wrlte Jokes3 ls lt be
cause he fears what the other fellow
may be wrltmg about h1m3
Why have the glrls all been so
anxrous to joln the Correspondence
are heavy thls year
Mlss D IH CIVICS Dlscuss the
presldents pardonlng power
Rodolfo Gutlerrez He can par
don anybody before or after exe
cutlon except for lmpeachment
Helen K ln chorus Can you
Maxlne l can reach rt flat
C Foraker Do you know the
CIIHCTCHCC between a hor e and a
Deacon A No
Foraker Well Id hate to send
vou to town for a lemon
NEW SOCIETY ORGANIZED
Society for Askrng Usele s Que tlon
President Maxwell Watts
Secretary Mabel Ol on
Treasurer Howard Hevn
Seargeant at arms Wxll Glass
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Beans spmach corn and parsley
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Beans splnach corn and parsley
Their laughter and shouts Hllxng all
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The housewnves leave all household
Beans splnach corn and parsley
To purchase from the old man hls
From the lxttle garden by the alley
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Beans spmach corn and parsley
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comes to see
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Teacher Yes the subordinate
clause precedes the prlnclpal clause
but IS that really so Sarah3
Sarah Why MISS Ph1ll1ps3
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a nearby senxor had to pomt out to
Sarah the word she had misspelled
Charles Hays ln audltorxum mal-c
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kenhoff s vamty case
Howard Heyn trymg to do what
IS expected of hlm
Wmll Glass throwmg aslde hns pose
as a mxsunclerstood gemus
Lee Farr not playmg the ward
Mlss Jardine--Vernon what
Vernon Bell To become a pork
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W1tl1c1ut a word to ma
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Vt hcn prep 1r 1t1ons were complete
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lhe road w1th gold scemed paved
null father ncyer sa1d a word
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L u td ow and lonf t t 1n
O futurc fun hed reap
W en fllldlly the n1t,ht arrry d
for the grand escapade
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Sht thot her fortune m 1de
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lhree llITlUUSlUCS or four
and letters by the load eath day
l rom fans ltb whole y orld mfr
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Xt ment1on of her name
Wlth all the yy Jrld before her shr1ne
Xhl u h ls golden fame
the mght ar1'1ved a l haye s11d
Xnd lVlaude y 1th heart so llght
lrom out her room came slltntly
Xnd so began her flrght
ownstalrs s e crept w1t out
lo tell that she had ed
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bo back to bed lt sald
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nd up the sta1rs she ran
1 endefl her f1ne dreams and
Why she IS just a movxe fan
Soph ID Mr Owens math class
eb Z0 Mrs Owens are we go
lm. to get out to see the cow and
sew tra1n today3
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ere sprtad a crowd f yout
along, the hall
and above the crowd or ID 1t raged
X furlous Borland and students
laughed and lads
Bumped 1nto lads and lassles A
Wavered and eholced drowned by
X craven hung, on the crowd s edge
Xn thouvht Had l my Latxn ID
What neat paper that bemor bears
11nslat1on lle tore and fung
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and lowerms. crept away and went
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xnd fatuaued and saw the translatlon
trampled by the careless trowds
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llfted afresh he fmlshed h1s LICCIO
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A BALLAD POME
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and eyen skunks haye fur
Xncl f1 L1 haye f1ns and scale alore
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lye been about the world a 1
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lhat eloyes Lould not be made
Xn ant or angleworm
lye neyer seen tt tr1ed and
l ye never worked lt out
l-here are so manv thtngs to know
and tall: and thmk about
Betty Vlack thmks you Cool a
heated car by str1pp1ng the gears
qarah sald the hrstory about Hen
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THERE S A REASON
Sarah Ferral Slttlng at the table ln
the hall on thrrd floor surrounded
by CIVICS books
Clyde Cleveland studymg the dlc
tlonary ust before the Latin number
of the ecord
Public nuxsance The person who
gets hold of a much sought after
reference book and keeps lt until
the bell rmgs the gurl who ln the
mldst of a most excxtmg argument
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her nose and then says What dnd
MISS Dixon Clyde why dont
you try out for a part ln the semor
play5 You d fmd out Just the proper
method of love makmg l m sure
plamed about me3
l Learned About Men From Hum
Clyde Cleveland was a fishy guy
Hrs countenance was grlm
He never smlled l thot hxm glum
l learned about men from hum
Oh Franklin was a different klnd
He was so very sllm
You d not thmk that he was strong
l learned about men from lm
lggS was such a little boy
And full of llfe and vxm
Who would have thot that he was
l learned about men from hxm
esse Wllson was a bold bold man
He ll hang from an oak tree limb
And when the girls do chance to
They ll learn about men from hum
Lee Farr was far too hard to please
To satlsfy each whxm
But when l dnd succeed oh boy!
l learned about men from him
Sun le yet though l may be
X hopeles case-but then
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Helen Kay L1ttle Lord Fauntle
FITTIOIS Stevsart ery Cruncher
l rances Parker Opheha
l1mo1s Stewart erry Cruncher
Lthel Moulton Rosalxnd
Sldney Uhlfelder Touchstone
C la1re Stevens Pr1sc1lla
Frank Stortz ohn Alden
Ronald Grey Demosthenes
esse Wllson The Lampllghter
M1ss Samuels Blue Bonnet
l lla Clayton Obst1n1t1s
Harry Hust uestlonltls
fenda Cook ok1t1s
MISS Wehr T p1t1s
Betty Mack r1nt1tus
Bun Clayton Mathemat1c1t1s
Albert Kool Egot1t1s
Charles Roehl Stubborn1t1s
Harold Snell Gloom1t1s
Stanley Stubbs S1ngle1t1s
hlarcella Re1dy Eumce Herken
hoff Moynell Stevenson Ysabel
Stevenson Danny McPherson
HHYYIS MBXIDC Halthusen Maxwell
Watts Qllle Stewart
Fdrls Curtls CTClghtOD Foraker
Malcolm Long Dolores BenJa
1111n Helen Kay Sarah Ferral Arth
ur E.ver1tt Donald Crosno W1
C lass Fver see any of 1t3
Headhghts of Semor Class
Arthur Bryce Arthur Eventt
5trch1e O Harrow Tlmols Stewart
Dcnald HCYTIOC Cather1ne Bur
roughs Betty Mack
Deacon Arledge Lenore Pett1t
George Anderson Moynelle Steven
son Bun Clayton Mabel Snyder
Albert Kool ack McFarland
'arnold Rosenwald Fred Mack
y IQQS Fletcher Bowman
Orrle Dav1s Bun Clayton Henry
Stcyer Betty Mack Floyd Hall
Ruth K1rk Loretta Carson Eugene
Reynolds Ernest ESp1DOba George
l'arley LOUISE Hubbell
MISS WllklDSOn MISS Mlller Bet
ty Mack Elza Sehgman Margaret
Shortle Dolores Benjamm Margar
et Wh1te Gertrude Magee LOUISC
Oestrelch Ethyl Moulton Mlldred
L1ghton Edns Curt1s N1les Strum
esc1le Wolf V1rg1n1a Hervey
M1ss Samuels M1ldred Brooks
Bookworms Then' Subjects
Bunn Clayton Paleontology
Vernon Herndon Zoology
Frnest Espmosa Geology and
C lyde Cleveland Acoust1cs
Atlbert Kool Astronomy
esse W1lson Theology
Frank Stortz Lunar Phenomena
lee Farr Dead Languages
Robert Ruofl L1vely Languages
Howard Heyn Hypnotlsm
Maxwell Xvatts Myst1c1sm
More Best Spellers
T J W1ll1ams Kenneth M1ller
Charles RICC Yolanda Matteucc1
V1rg1n1a Hervey Mable Snyder Etta
Bowman Hazel Heber Sam Bla1r
Fletcher Bowman Edgar Spauldmg
Sam HHTTIQ Walter Skmner Bruce
Rhodes Charles Pearce Eugene
Russel Gere Ernest Espxnosa
Frank Stortz Malcolm Long Don
ald Crosno Wallace Sher1dan Myrl
Ball Harry Hust George Todd
Arch1e O Harrow Donald Hubbell
Arthur Ever1tt Albert MOnkCWlCZ
oe HBTYIS Arthur Bryce Robert
Ruoff Lee Farr W1lson Ke1m M1lo
Root And ofcourse Mr L1ghton
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name of Josephlne Mllner enshrmed 1n the hearts
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