Arcadia High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Arcadia, OK)
- Class of 1938
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Text from Pages 1 - 30 of the 1938 volume:
Second Annual Yearbook of the
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Daisie Mae West
The senior class of the Arcadia High School has
been fortunate in having, for the past years as sponsor,
a man Who has made such an earnest effort toward the
success of our class.
In consideration of his sincere manner and true
nobility of characterg because of our appreciation of
his efforts, We the Senior Class of nineteen hundred
thirty-eight, do hereby dedicate this, the second annual
Cardinal to Mr. B. W. Hogard.
B. W. HOGARD, superintendent and science teacher. Mr. Hogard received
his degree at Central Teache1"s College. He has been in our school for
four years. He is senior class sponsor and sponsor of The Cardinal.
DALE P. HAYHURST, principal, manual training teacher and girl's coach,
is the freshman sponsor. Mr. Hayhurst whose home is at Hammon,
Oklahoma, graduated at Central Teacher's College. He has been at
Arcadia one year.
LEROY VICK, teaches mathematics and history, is boy's coach and is
sophomore sponsor. Mr. Vick who has been here one year, is a graduate
of South Western Teacher's College. His home is at Cheyenne, Okla-
ANNA RYAN, teacher of Home Economics and English and Sponsor of
the junior class, graduate from A. and M. College. Miss Ryan's home is
at Elgin, Oklahoma. She began teaching in Arcadia the second semester
and is sponsor of 4-H and Home Economics clubs.
FLORENCE MAHLER, the seventh and eighth grade teacher and high
school speech teacher, received her B. S. degree from Central Teacher's
College. Miss Mahler who's home is at Britton, has taught at Arcadia
for the past four years.
MRS. DOROTHY HOUSTON, the fifth and sixth grade teacher, received
a B. S. degree from Oklahoma University. This is her first year at
MRS. N ELLIE UNDERWOOD, third and fourth grade teacher and music
instructor, has taught here the past three years. Mrs. Underwood receiv-
ed her degree from Central Teacher's College.
MRS. LEOTA SIPE, first and second grade teacher, and music instructor,
has attended A. Sz M. College and Central Teacher's College. This is Mrs.
S1pe's first year at Arcadia.
Class Colors Class Flower
Red and White Red Rose
He who does not advance, goes backward.
Warren Lee Keely-'Possum
Warren was born July 18, 1920, near Arcadia. He entered school at
Arcadia and finished both grades and high school here. In high school
his favorite subject has been math. Warren has played basketball and
baseball. Was in the junior play and senior play in '36 - '37 and in the
senior play in '37 - '38. Warren won the title of best all around boy in
1936-37. He is president of the senior class this year.
Daisie Mae West-Dizzie
Daisie Mae was born October 8, 1921, on a farm near Edmond. She en-
tered grade school at Pleasant Valley and attended there and at Edmond,
entering Arcadia after graduation from the grade school. Daisie Mae
took part in plays, glee club, and was a member of the girl's quartet, and
bastetball. Her favorite subject was Home Economics and her ambition
is to take a beauty course.
Russell Richard Sweat-Toad
Russell was born September 8, 1920, near Arcadia. He entered school at
Arcadia and has attended here for twelve years. Russell has been a very
active member of the basketball and baseball teams, and has taken part
in the junior and senior plays. His ambition is to go on through college.
Lorene was born June 7, 1920, near Emory, Texas. She started to school
at Ginger, Texas, but moved to Oklahoma and started to school at Pleasant
Valley where she attended five years and entered school at Arcadia in the
sixth grade. She has been a member of the Home Economics Club, Glee
Club, and a member of the quartet and trio for the last two years. Her
favorite subject is Home Economics.
Elma Roberta CSchoolingJ Goodrich
Entered school here last year and was a very popular junior and senior.
Elma was married this year and soon after discontinued her shcool work.
Donald Wray Lewis-Hungry
Wray was born January 26, 1921, at Hitchcock, Oklahoma. He attended
school at Omega and Hitchcock, then came to Arcadia in 1936. His am-
bition is to be an electric engineer. His favorite subject is science.
Maxine was born December 5, 1919, on a farm near Jones, Oklahoma. Sho
entered school at Pleasant Valley where she graduated from the eighth
grade and entered school at Arcadia. The chief activities Maxine was in-
terested in were speech, music and basketball. She was a member of the
girl's quartet. Her favorite subject is speech .and her ambition is to be
3 designer. Maxine is Valedictorian of the senior class.
Virgil was born May 26, 1919, in Oklahoma City. He entered school at
Pleasant Valley and completed the eighth grade there. He then entered
school at Arcadia. Virgil has been a very active basketball player. His
favorite subject has always been mathematics. His ambition seems to
be to be a happy-go-lucky boy.
Benjamin Everett Doughty-Cowboy
Ben was born April 2, 19419, at 'Wewoka, Oklahoma. He entered school at
Ponca City, Holdenville, and Edmond before entering school here last
year. His favorite subject has always been mathematics and his ambition
is to be a model farmer. .
Elvin was born October 15, 1920, near Witcher. At the age of six he en-
te1r'ed school at Sunnyside and completed his eighth grade education there.
He then entered the Edmond high school where he attended one year
and then came to Ar'cadia as a sophomore. He has been a member of the
basketball. and baseball teams. and had the lead in the senior play. His
favorite subject is mathematics. He hopes to go to business college.
Juanita was born December 15, 1920, near Edmond, Oklahoma. She en.
tered school at Arcadia and has never gone to any other. Juanita has al-
ways been interested in basketball and had a part in the junior play last
year. Her favorite subject is science.
Herbert was born May 22, 1921, near Jones, Oklahoma. He moved to
Iowa where he started to school but soon moved back to Oklahoma and
entered the Red Top school where he graduated from the eighth grade.
He then entered high school at Jones, Oklahoma, where he attended one
year, coming to Arcadia as a sophomore. He has been very active as a
basketball player and has also taken interest in baseball. Herbert has
taken part in the plays for the last two years. He is Salutatorian of the
Charles was born in Henryetta, Oklahoma, July 17, 1918. He entered school
at Arcadia at the age of six and has had all his school work at Arcadia
except one summer at Edmond. Charles has been interested in athletics
during his school work.
First Row: Miss Ryan, sponsorg Ben Kenyon, president:
Jessie B. Hill, secretaryg Jack Kenyon.
Second Row: Laura Doughtyg Della Marie Bottgerg Colleen
Eckerg Wallace Thompson.
Third Row: Thomas Swailsg Jeaannice Hallg Hazel Goedtkeng
First Row: Mr. Vick, sponsor, Homer Schooling, class pres-
ident, Dorothy Craun, secretaryg Joyce Swearingen.
Second Row-Louise Burrow, Wendell Dowell, Laverna
Wickham, Nolan Hall.
Third Row-Glen Baker, Mildred -Bradley, Marguerite
Martin, Jack Noel.
Fourth Row: Alleen Thornton, Omogene Fowler, Norma
Dale Kennard, Doris Jones.
First Row: Dale Hayhurst, sponsorg Clara Ruth Dowell,
Marjorie Dunn, Goldie Wall, Vernon Schooling.
Second Row: Raymond Wall, Lois Manning, Wendell Hens-
ley, Helen Johnson, John Martin.
Third Row: Billy Hartwig, Marjorie Bieadles, Harlan Carr,
Rosalee Thornton, Alvin Vinyard.
Fourth Row: Earle Mayfield, Arthur Olson, Dee Bare,
Charles Simpson, Clifton Lee.
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Second Row: H.Hl'lllilll VVhitinu', f':1,ii1v1'im- Niiilvil, Piuliii l'lew-ik, Mary live VVa1d1'i1h,
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Fifth RCW: MVS. Houston, f:9l'2IIdilll' Smith, iicfih Siniivwm, Luis i+'m'Sythe, Ira Cleek.
Sixth ROW: Ilzlymoml Drmiiiic-ii, ii'!1i2l ifziyw Nc--ff, im'-'iri 1.04-, Mziry Marc-ima Olson, W-:Lyme
Seventh Row: Charles Olson .Ii'., 4'l:11'iiie-il I-ifaiisiwy, l'iz1i'vriy l1UY!I1PH, Mildiwfd f'01J61?l.Ild,
I Jack Doughty.
Eighth Row: Betty he-ei Hsu-0. Iiuivii Mui-ie NV:1idri11, Uziiviii,L'n1.xc-l:1hci, Alpha Whiting,
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First Row: Mrs, lfnderwood, Mrs. S'ipe, Beth Bynum, VVillinm Smith, Hillie Deen Popplin
Second Row: Melbai Copeland, Mildred Baker, Lavoy VVntson, Mzirslmll Doughty, Naomi
Cleek, Charles Esitell.
Third Row: Lois Ann Thompson, Eugene Anderson, Pnrrol Olson, Buddy Vifiokham, Joe
Thomas Popplin, Hubye Santee.
Fourth Row: Orville Whiting, J. R. Yvonne-ll, Clinton Holbrook, Marvin Cleek, C, L,
Enos, W. T. Bynum.
Fifth Row: Reedy Smith, Huclon Zachary, Anita Olson, Dorothy linker, Junior Zachary,
Sixth Row: Richard Canada SVilbur Holbrook, Pete Doughty, llllizzibeth Vihiy, Norman
W.alcii'ip, Barbara Sweat.
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The second annual Carnival was held in the gymnasium, October 15, 1937
The various features of the carnival were as follows
Country Store, sponsored by Mrs. Underwood and Mrs. Sipe
Cake Walk and Guess Who ?, sponsored by Mrs. Houston.
Bingo and Fortune Teller, sponsored by Miss Mahler.
House of Horror, sponsored by Mr. Hayhurst.
Old Fashioned Tea Party and Boxing Matches,
sponsored by Mr. Vick.
Food Stand, sponsored by Mrs. Keely.
Wheel. of Fortune, sponsored by Mr. Hogaird.
Auditorium Program, sponsored by Miss Mahler, Mrs. Sipe,
and Mrs. Underwood.
The Carnival was pronounced a success, and one of the greatest events of
the year, by everyone. Financially, it netted the school 3377 profit.
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JUNIOR - SENIOR BAN QUET
A miniature landing field comprised the center decoration for the- annual
gugnor - Senior Banquet on May 4 at the Y. W. C. A. Building, Oklahoma
The program, in keeping with the airplane motif, was as follows:
Chief Mechanic .,.... ,.,...,. . ..,. , .. .,.,... .,....,., .... ,.......,..... B I en Kenyon
Drone of Motors ..,... , . Alph Goodrich
The Crew ., ,... ,.,. . I Thomas Swails
Refueling ...,.,..,. .,.,. W arren Keely
Valve Trouble , , . Daisie Mae West
The Trusty Instrument Board .. . ,...., M Ralph Bottger
Our Hangar . , . .. . , , , , , Miss Florence Mahler
Fog ,.,... ,.,.. ,......., . ..., . . ., . ,...,. .. ,. Jessie B. Hill
The Field Superintendents . ..,,..,. . Laura Doughty
A Field Superintendent . H ., , l .,...,.. M Mr. Olson
Air Compressor .. , , ,.,. . H I .. , ., A Ralph Bottger
Rising Above the Clouds and Storms .,.. . . Jack Kenyon
Happy Landings .. .. ,, .... I . ..,, ., , . . , Supt. B. W. Hogard
The banquet closed with a line party at the theatre.
COUNTY FINE ARTS FESTIVAL
Students of the Arcadia School attended the Oklahoma County Festival
at the Civic Auditorium at Oklahoma City, April 28. The program en-
titled, "We Give You America", was presented with each of the rural
high schools participating. The band concert began at 7:00 p. m. and
was followed by a program from each of the schools. The program was
Prologue . . , , . Jones
Indian Life . Crooked Oak
Sacred Music . . ., . Choctaw
The Pioneers .. .. .. .. . Jones
The Civil War Period . . . Luther
Negro Life . . Arcadia
Southern Life . . Bethanv
Cowboy . .. . State Center
A Fantasy , , , . ., , Harrah
School and College , . Edmond
Popular Music . . I , . Putnam
Patriotic . , . , . . , , Deer Creek
Finale A ,H .. . A , .. , . . .. .,.. ,. . , Massed Chorus
The program presented by Arcadia was as follows
IN THE CABIN
Can't Yo Heah Me Callin' Caroline? ,. , ,,..... . ,........ . Mixed Chorus
Sherman's Buzzin' 'long to the Sea . , ..,. .. . ,...,.,. . Vested Choir
'Spress Yoself . .. .,.,, . I . ,..., . Musical Reading, Mazrine Helman
Kentucky Babe ,.,. .. . . ,. M . .. .. Girls Quartet
The original class of ,38 back in 1926, Juanita, Russell and Warren, in
the first grade.
Mr. Goodrich, custodian of the grounds and caretaker of the building.
Senior basketball boys: Herbert, Russell, Elvin and Virgil.
Grade girl basketeers: Mary Lee, Dorothy, Norma, Thelma, Velda,
Maxine, Eula and Jimmie Lee.
Bub and Hungry.
Senior basketball girls: Maxine, Juanita and Daisie.
Lake Hiwassee near Arcadia.
Hurry and unlock the gym, Mr. Hayhurst.
Sunday, May Fifteenth
2:00 P. M.
Invocation , , ,
Song - Holy, Holy, Holy
Benediction . . .
Maxine Helman, Lorene Jones,
Daisy Mae West, Jeannice Hall
Tuesday, May Seventeenth
8:00 P. M.
Sextet A .
. Herbert Mackey
Jessie B. Hill, Lorene Jones
Maxine Helman, Joyce Swearingen
Valedictorian . , ,
Commencement Address ,
Presentation of Diplomas .. A . .
Jeannice Hall, Daisie Mae West
, ., . Maxine Helman
.i Miss Lucy Jeston Hampton
. , Supt. Hogard
THINGS WE CAN'T D0 WITHOUT
Eighth hour study hall.
Mr. Vick's History class.
Ben Doughty's, "Old Gray Mare."
Mr. I-Iayhurst's girlish giggle
Ben Kinyon's bossy Ways.
Miss Mahler's temper.
Vingil's horse laugh.
Ralph Bottger's paper wads.
Mr. Hogardis way with the students.
Mrs. Houston's timidness.
Daisie Mae's empty head.
Mrs. Underwood's lovely ways.
Herbert's big mouth.
Mrs. Sipe's beautiful smiles.
Lorene Jones' graceful physique.
Miss Ryan's cute smile.
Juanita Tanquary's nothing.
Maxine Helman's goo goo eyes.
Elvin Moore's moon struck look.
Charles Tanquary's etiquette.
Vernon and Marjorie D.'s lovesickness.
Wray Lewis' melodious voice.
Warren Keely's bluff over a 12 year old
Russell's Well groomed hair.
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