Arcadia High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Arcadia, OK)
- Class of 1939
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Text from Pages 1 - 38 of the 1939 volume:
Assistant Editor .
Third Annual Yearbook of the
Arcadia Public School
Ben Kenyon Jr.
. Ralph Bottger
B. W. Hogard
Q VW W.- ........ ..
Ben Kenyon Jr..
Ralph Bottger' Jeannice Hall
Jack Kenyon Wallace Thompson
For her loyalty to Arcadia High School, her limitless
energy, efficient Work, unbounded enthusiasm and es-
pecially for her sincere interest in the Senior Class of
1939, this third annual Cardinal is dedicated to Miss
Florence Mahler, a charming personality Who gener-
ously invests her vast talents in our school.
C. L. LeGrande, President. G. R. Rogers, Clerk. A. W. Olson, Member-
We sincerely appreciate the interest the school board has shown in making'
it possible for us to complete these four years of high school work. We
are convinced that they have our inteirests at heart, for which We are:
deeply gfratef ul.
B. W. Hogard, superintendent and
science teacher, was born at Gainesville,
Missouri. He has been teaching at
Arcadia since 1934. He has been super-
intendent for the past three years. Mr.
Hogard received his B. S. degree from
Central Teachers College. He is spon-
sor of the senior class and the Cardinal
Dale P. Hayhurst, principal and shop-
work instructor, was born at Howe,
Taxas. This is his second year at Ar-
cadia. Mr. Hayhurst received his B. S.
degree from Central Teacher's College.
He is sponsor of the 4-H Club, Scout-
master, coached the grade boy's basket-
ball team and is sponsor of the Junior
Louis J. Maynard, history and mathe-
matics teacher, was born at Marshal,
ArkanLas. He has been at Arcadia on?
year. Mr. Mayifard received his A. B.
degree at Oklahoma University. He
is coach of the boy's athletics and spon-
sc r of th. sophomore class.
Ina Hammon, home economics and Eng-
lish teacher, was born at Stigler, Okla-
homa. She has taught at Arcadia one
year. Miss Hammon received her B. S.
degree from Oklahoma A. and M. Col-
lege. She is spcnsor of the frshman
class. Sponsor of -the 4--H Club.
Florence Mahler, seventh and eighth
grade teacher, and speech teacher in
hgh school, was boin n ar Jones, Ok-
lahoma. She has taught at Arcadia
the past five years. Miss Mahler re-
ceived her B. S. degree from Central
Teacher's College. She has directed the
Junioi and Senior plays this year.
Mary 4Shannonj Ross, fifth and sixth
grade teacher, was born near Edmond,
Oklahoma. She has taught at Arcadia
one year. Mis. Ross received her B. S.
degr 5' frim Central Teachers College.
She has coached the gi1l's basketball
te m this year.
Nel ie Underwood. third and fourth
glade teacher, was born at Newcastle,
Ok'ahoma. She has taught at Arcadia
the past four years. She received her
B. S. degree from Central Iea:her's Col--
legc. She is instructor in muiic in high
Leota Sipe, primary teacher, was born in
Wolf Citv, Texas. She has taught at
Arcadia the past two years. She re-
ceived her B. S degree from Central
Teacher's College. She is also a music
instructor ir high school.
, SENIOR CLASS
Class Colors .,,.. n ..,... Purple and Gold
Glass Flower ...V4.,.,,..,...o.....,,l,,................,.,....,....,..,.... ,.... .... P il nk Carnation
Class Motto .4...... 'Tis not fashion, form nor state, but get up and Lget
that makes one great
First row: Mr. Hogard, Ralph Bottger, Della Marie Bottger, Jack Kenyon.
Second row: Ben Kenyon Jr., Jeannine Hall.
Third Row: Hazel Goedtken, Wallace Thompson, Laulra Doughty,
Colleen Ecker. I
Ralph was born April 3, 1921, in Oklahoma City, Oklahofma. He moved to
Witcher at an early age, where he went to school his first eight years.lOn
graduation from tlhe eighth grade he transferred to Arcadia high school
where he has attended for four years. Ralph is president of the senior
class, captain of the baseball team and editor of The Cardinal. In his
Junior year he won a trip to Chicago as a member of the crops judging
team from Oklahoma. '
Della Marie Bottger-"Deleware', . I
Della Marie was born in Oklahofma City, July 24, 1922. She attended
school at Witcher for her first eight years and then came to .Arcadia high
school the past four years. She has been a member of tihe basketball team
for the past two years. In her freshman year she was Stunt Night
Queen. ln her Junior year she won the Junior Scholarship medal. She
is president of the Home Economics Club and vice-president of the Senior
class. Her grades were third highest for the four years of high school
Jack was born, December 22, 1922, in Oklahoma City. He entered the
Whittier School at the tend-er age of four years. He moved to Nicoma
Park at the age of six and entered school tihere. He then transferred to
Choctaw where he went to school for five years. Jack came to Arcadia
and entered his sophomore year. He has taken part in athletics for the
past two years, and has entered the Edmond Speech 'llournament the past
two years. He has been a member of the cast in three high school plays in
his junior and senior years. He is secretary of the senior class.
Ben Kenyon, J r.-"Cob" '
Ben was born December 8, 1920, in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. He start-
ed to school at Hawthorn, but moved to Whittier and lwithin a few years
to Niconna Park school. At the beginning of the fifth year he started to
Choctaw where .he attended through his freshman year. He then moved
near Witcher and started to school at Arcadia as a sophomore. He has
won the sophomore scholarship medal and is salutatorian of the senior
class. He has taken part in three plays. Has won a first and a third in
the Edmond speech tournament. Ben has taken an active part in basket-
ball and baseball.
Jeannice Hall-"Carrot Top"
Jeannice was born February 11, 1921, at Chillicothe, Texas. She entered
school at Oakwood, Oklahoma, when a freshman and attended school at
Ardlmore during her sophomore year. Jeannice came to Arcadia as a
Junior. She was a member of the glee club, took part in thlree plays and
is Assistant Editor of The Cardinal.
Jeannice is valedictorian of the senior class.
Hazel Was born at Windthorst, Texas, November 29, 19121. When two years
old she moved to Oklahoma City Where she later attended school for six
years. She then moved near Witcher Where she graduated from the
eighth grade. She then entered school at Alrcadia and has gone here four
years. Hazel has had a part in three school plays at Arcadia.
Wallace was born near Vinson, Oklahoma, November 21, 1921. He moved
from there to Witcher and then to Waterloo where he started to school
and attended until he Was in the sixth grade and then moved to Navina
Where he finished grade school. He then moved near Witcher and enter-
ed school at Arcadia, Where he has attended the past four years. Wallace
has been active in basketball and baseball, being captain of the basketball
team. He has taken part in both the Junior and Senior plays.
Laura was born at Wewoka, Oklahoma, February 2, 1921, She attended
school at Ponca City, Holdenville, and Edmond before -moving to Arcadia,
Where she entered the sophomore year. Laura has taken part in glee club
four years, was a 4-H Club member during her sophomore year, and had a
part in both the Junior play and the Senior play.
Colleen was born near Witcher, Oklahoma, May 24, 1921. She attended
grade school at Witcher, entering high school at Arcadia Where she has
attended four years. Colleen has been an active member of the basket
ball team and has taken part in four plays While attending school here.
She is secretary of the Home Economics Club.
Class Colors A ,. .4..s,. Pink and Blue
First row: Mr. Hayhurst, Homer Schooling, Joyce Swearingen, Glen
Second row: Mildred Bradley, Doris Jones, Jack Noel, Louise Burrow.
Third row: Marguerite Martin, Wendell Dowell, Norma Dale Kennard,
Arville Hensley. '
Class Colors ...... ..,.... G old and Blue
First row: Mr. Maynard.
Second row: Alvin Vinyard, Goldie Wall, Ruby Barefoot, Harlan Carr
Third row: Jewell Weese, Lois Manning, Arthur Olson, Rosalee Thornton
Fourth rowv: Margene Thomas, Vernon Sclhlooling, Clara Ruth Dowvell
Fifth no-W: Marjorie Dunn, John Martin, Helen Johnson, Alleen Thorrnton
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Class Colors , , , Pink and Green
Class Flower i , , , Sweet Pea
First row: Miss Hamrnon, Chester Hill, Winston Cleek, Mary Lee
Second row: Eula Tuton, Maxine Rogers, Floyd Meneely, Norma
Third row: Thelma Swails, Edward Lee, Jimmie Lee Burrow, Velda Mae
Fourth row: Dorothy Whiting, Ruth Elliott, Olgie Burrow, Herman
First, Second, Third and Fourth Grades
First row: Mrs. Sipe, Mrs. Underwood, B. VV. Hogard, Georgia Ann Jennings, Carroli
Olson, Georgia Ann Elliott, .l. C, Sprudlin
Second row: Marshal Doughty, Jodie Zachary, Mildred Baker, Billie Dean Poplin, Wilmzu
Lee, Steven Dugger, Lavoy Vvatson.
Third row: Shirley Goodrich, Clinton Holbrook, Emma .lean Prewitt, Keith Wilson,
Melba Copeland, Buddy Wickhani, Billie Dugger.
Fourth row: John Edward Jones, Nina Belle Greenlee, liteighton, Roberts, J. R, Donnell,
Naomi Cleek, Edward Lee Nickels, Joe Thomas Poplin.
Fifth row: Wzinda Cowell, Charles Estell, Sherman Simpson, Wilma Stevens, Freddy
Wilkerson, Cecil Williams, Charles VVebber.
Sixth row: Clinton Holbrook, Elizabeth Greenlee, C. H. Enos, Ruby Santee, Richard
Canada, Norman VV:ildri1J, Orville Whiting.
Seventh row: Hudon Zachary, Dorothy Baker, Webster Watson, June Cowell, Floydi
Hensley Nora Lee Poplin, Kenneth llugger
I ' Nickels, Flora.
Eighth row: ,Patsy Jones, Clifford Elliott, Martha Spradlin, Ca vin
Womack, Dewey Pugh, Billy Pool.
Ninth row: Roy Pugh, Henryetta Cowell, Junior Zachary, Paul Whiting, Anita Olson,
Marvin Cleek, Roy Hartwig.
Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Grades
First row: Mrs, lloss, Barbara Mae Swv-it Htirold Prewitt Fave Barefoot Sid L
, ., . , ,. , ney ee,
Second row: Frankie Gene Donnell, Ll 'd K ..,l' , f ' ' ,
oy easing Elizabeth Way, Albert Dugger
Minnie Maude Thomas.
Third row: Wanda Lee Dugger, Pete lflnughty, Floriene VVi1son, Bobby VVickham,
Fourth row: XVayne Swails, Lois Fm-svlhe lra Fleek Alpha VVhiting, Mildred Copeland.
Fifth rfm: Miss Mahler, Irma Faye Neff, llzirvey Donnell, Beth Simpson, Mary Marcine
Sixth row: Raymond Donnell, Rose Mary Cowell, Betty Lee Bare, Junior Olson, Helen
Seventh row: Claribell Hensley, Jack Doughty, Ilena Tanquary, David Lee, Dorothy
Eighth row: S, T. Harvill, Jaqueta We-ese, Glen Elliott, Pauline Underwood, Eulin
Ninth row: Lois Doughty, Wzxriten 'I'anquzu'y, Sterline Harvill, Houston Watson, Florence
The Carnival was one of the great events of the year. It was held
October 28, in the gymnasium.
Each of the teachers sponsored one amusement booth or more, as fol-A
Mrs. Sipe: Wild Man, Twin Calves, Fortune Teller..
Mrs. Underwood: Fish Pond, Marriage Bureau..
Mrs. Ross: Country Store,
Miss Mahler: Bingo Stand.
Miss Hafmmon: Lunch Stand.
Mr. Maynard: Ball Game, Ring Game.
Mr. Hayhurst: House of Horror.
Mr. Hogard: Wheel of Fortune.
The carnival was a great success and all reported it as one of the
greatest events of the year.
The Arcadia 4-H Club has made fair progress this year. At the first.
of the year the following officers were elected: President, Alvin
Vinyardg Vlice-president, Lois Manningg Secretary, Louise Burrow gi
Slong' Leader, Thelma Swailsg Game Leader, Ralph Bottger.
Our club was represented in the recreational contest at Putnam City.
We placed first in song, second in stunt and games, placing us second in
We had six diezmonstrations and two timely topics entered in the Dem-
onstration and Timely Topic Contest, held at Edmond. Louise Burrow
and Thelma Swails are reserved champions of the County, with a dem---
onstration entitled, "Cream Puffs." Alvin V inyard is reserved champ-
ion in Boy's Timely Topic. Thelma Siwails placed third in her Timely
Our sponsors this year have been, Miss Hammon and Mr. Hayhurst.
The members and sponsors wish to thank the Farm Wornen's Club for
their cooperation in securing transportation and helping in our exhibits
at fairs and contests.
THE HOME ECONOMICS CLUB
A Comedy in Three Acts
Myrtle Giard Elsey
Wednesday, October 19, 1938, 8:00 0'cl0ck
Jed Bradley .,..,
Tom Bradley ....
Clark Masters .J
Tony Drew , J
Mrs. Bradley .
Ina Hammon, Director
CAST OF CHARACTERS
...M Colleen Ecker
Ben Kenyon, Jr.
.. Jack Kenyon
Della M. Bottger
,. Hazel Goedtkin
AUNT SAMANTHY RULES THE ROOST
The Junior Play was presented December 9, 1938.
The characters were as follows:
Aunt Samanthy Simpkins ,... c
Serena Simpkins ,,,...,r,,A.,,.r..,
Sophie Simpkins ,...,.,. .r,r,.
Polly Paine .,....,r,r..r.
Annie Ambrose .,....
Blanche Bower ..,...
Luczien Littlefield .4,..
Blaire Boswell ....,,.
Frank Fairfield .r...,..
Laurence Lovewell ,,..,.,
Buddy Boskins ...,.....
. Louise Burrow
., Dorothy Craun
. , Doris Jones
c .. Glen Baker
., , Alvin Vinyard
.. Arville Hensley
The play was directed by Miss Mahler and sponsored by Mr. Hayhurst.
It was considered a successful play.
IN QUEST OF SANTA CLAUS
One of the most outstanding programs of the year Was the Christtmas
operetta, "ln Quest of Santa Clausf' presented by the grade school on
The story pertained to the adventure of Jane, played by Pauline Under-
wood, who went in search of Santa Claus, Warren Tanquary. After hav-
ing many adventures including lessons in helpfulness, unselfishness, kind-
ness and love she found him.
Mrs. Sipe, Mrs. Underwood and Miss Mahler were the directors.
Darius Krupp ,
Marian Carter .
Jill Carter .A..,.,...
Jack Loring A...,4....
Deliah Worts ...,..,.
Bill Wilkins ..,.
THE SENIOR CLASS
A Mystery Play in Three Acts
Friday Evening, March 31, 1939
CAST OF CHARACTERS
Ben Kenyon, Jr..
Della Marie Bottger
Arthur L. Olson
Bluebeard Bronson ,
Headless Phantom ..
Tlhue play was considered a lgreat success, and boast
Director, Miss Mahlerg Sponsor, Mr. Hogard.
l,...... Colleen Ecker
s a record audience.
The boy's basketball lt-uni under the cozufliing of Mr. Louis Maynard feel that ilthougli
not so many gzunes were won, that ll great deal was learned, Below '1 het of th
gfllllifs Llllil SL'Ul't'S,
Arcadia 14 State Center 57
Arcadia 9 Luther 26
Arcadia 26 Edmond Tr. School 20
Arcadia 8 Jones 38
Arcadia 13 Deer Creek 37
Arcadia 22 Crooked Oak 23
Arcadia 22' Choctaw 21
Arcadia 19 Jones 27
Arcadia 6 Bethany 21
Arcadia 20 Bethany 21
Arcadia 32 Harrah 31
Arcadia 21 State Center 24
Arcadia 32 Crooked Oak 25
Arcadia 15 Deer Creek 34
Arcadia 12 Edmond Tr. School 16
Arcadia 20 Edmond Tr. School 25
Arcadia 14 Edmond Tr. School 36
The girl's basketball team worked hard and had a lot of fun and expeiience with Mrs
Ross as coach, but it seemed that it was difficult to win any games.
The flower garden motif was carried out in the annual Junior-Senior'
banquet held May 4, 1939, in the Home Economics Room. The following?
program was given:
Chief Gardener ,, .. Ben Kenyon
Lilacs .l.,.l .l..... . ,,,, L ouise Burrow
Sunflower , ..,, .,,.,. .... . G len Baker
Summer Showers ,... .,,.,. F lolrence Mahler
Summer Rose . . . ,. .,.,l,, Ben Kenyon
Iris , .,., . ,,... ......,.,. . Ray Rogers
Green Bugs . .,o.. ....,., J oyce Swearingen, Doris Jones
Spading Fork ,...., .,..... ,. .l..i.4..,l Mildred Bradley
Frost .,.,.,..,..,.. ....l S upt. B. W. Hogard
The banquet ended with a line party to the Broncho Theatre.
Sunday, May 14, 1939
2:00 P. M.
Invocation ,..4A, ,,,..,.. , ,.4A., A.A.......,...,. R e v . Maples
Quartet .. ,. ....,.. Edmond High School
Sermon ..V.oo, .o,.,, R ev. Warren Brulmfield
Benediction ..,.,,. ..oo,...o...r..,4A.,,.,,....,...4,,... ..,. R e v. Maples
Tuesday, May Eighteenth
8:00 P. M.
Salutatorian ..4.. M ., , ...loo,...,.. ....,..l , . Ben Kenyon Jr.
Sextet , .o,, , ,, , Doris Jones, Joyce Swearingen,
Maxine Rogers, Thelma Swails,
Louise Burrow, Lois Manning
Valedictorian . . ,. .....i,,,.... 0.i..4.,...... .,... . . . . .. Jeannice Hall
Commencement Address ,, , ,.,,i. Dr. Loren N. Brown
Presentation of Diplomas ..,.. ...,., S upt. B. W. Hogard
Chester were Peek instead of Hill.
Marguerite were Dove instead of Martina
Harlan were Buggy instead of Carr.
Alvin were Orchard instead of Vineyard..
Louise were Mule instead of Burrow.
Glen were Butcher instead of Baker.
Jeannice were Room instead of Hall.
Goldie were Ceiling instead of Wall.
Doris were Spencer instead of Jones.
Marjorie were Finished instead of Dunn.
Edward were Grant instead of Lee.
Eula were Four-ton instead of Tuton.
Thelma were Whales instead of Swails.
Jack were Canyon instead of Kenyon.
Hazel were Goat-skin instead of Goedtken
Colleen were Acre instead of Ecker.
Winston were Sleek instead of Cleek.
Clara Ruth were Towel instead of Dowell.
Lois were Tanning instead of Manning.
Homer were Learning instead of Schooling
Cossette were Bill's instead of Williams.
Floyd were Mealy instead of Meneely.
Ralph were Blotter instead of Bottger.
I. 'faking Life easy. 2. H. XV. and SIIOXVIHZIII, 3. Smfwuring Vitamin D. 4. Politiciug the Lffaclmr,
5. Puppy lover or Sillllvlllillgf 6. All smiles. T. Catch 'ex' Ralph. S. 1ii1'd's eye View of the play-
grfruud, 9. Puls-e-wzllsics. 10. Forming the line, 11. Oh my, Oh my. 12. Three girls on donkeys,
Clmxm Ruth, Thelma, and Euler. 13, Pee-wee. 14. Our tr2u1spo1'tatiu11. 15. Our Janitor, Mr. Good-
rich. 16. Babius ut play. 17, The giant-stride in u:+e, 18. State Czlpitfjl. 19. MVS. Sipe's Boys.
1. Speech tournament contestants. 2. The conference. 3. Mr. Hayhurst and freshman boys. 4.
Lovesick. 5. "Babe Ruth" Thompson. 8. Camera Shy. 7. Ben with freshman girls. 8, Christmas
op-eretta. 9. A lesson in posing. 10. Senior sponsor. 11. The festival square dancers, 12. Base-
ball team. 13. Clifton Lee. 14. First Grade Boys. 16. Two school moms. 16, It must be the
uniform. 17. Ben at the stick. 18, Taking life easy, 19. Mary Sz Pauline. 20. 4-H Club secre-
tary. 21. A handsome quartet. 22. Grade children. 23. Everyday life. 24, Surrounded
by red-heads. 25. Those senior boys.
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