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'7,Ae Ciafulmal 71146 Editor . , Fourth Annual Yearbook of the ARCADIA SCHOOL 1 9 4 0 o Assistant Editor . , Advertising Manager , . Photographs Sponsor , . is Louise Burrow , Janice Collier Homer Schooling , . Jack Noel B. W. Hogard Arcadia Public School Arcadia, Oklahoma The Gafulzml l 4 First Arcadia. High School Building DEDICATION p In appreciation of the fact that they have helped make possible the splen- did opportunity for achievementiby students who are attending and have attended Arcadia Consolidated high school, We the Senior class of 1940, humbly dedicate this, the fourth annual Cardinal, to the former and pre- sent teachers of Arcadia School. 'Zire Gaulmal 'Faculty of Arcadia School from 1919 until 1940 1919-20 F. L. Stamps R. V. Morrison Wheeler Simmons Minnie Foose Bessie Smith Alma Hughes Kathleen Hughes Mabel Wickham 1920-21 Geo. O. Tippie R. V. Morrison Bessie Smith E. M. Hale Ethel Rogers Dewey Mae Mengers Alferetta Rickel Marie Lively 1921-22 Geo. O. Tippie R. V. Morrison Ruth Fowler Catherine lkard James Dial Dewey Mae Mengers Alreretta Rickel Margaret Cook Grace Ashbury 1922-23 Geo. O. Tippie' R. V. Morrison Ruth Fowler Kathleen Hughes James Dial Rosalee Perth Opal Rogers Alferetta Rickel 1923-24 V. J. Booth T. L. Martin Mrs. V. J. Booth Mrs. T. L. Martin Lillian Cathers Doris Reid l"ary Bell Gertrude Cfrabb Velma Truax 1924-25 V. J. Booth R. R. Myers Mrs. V. J. Booth Cla ice Hooks Certrude Crabb Rachael Steele Rc-Ile Lay 1025-26 E. E. Riley C. J . Smith Myrtle 'Beaird Ffhel Stockton Mildred Glitsch Ruby Mathews 1926-27 W. R. Jones C. V. Crabb Myrtle Beaird Bobby Lee Majors Lois Lawrence Mrs. Evelyn Fisk 1927-28 W. R. Jones Mrs. Myrtle Beaird C. V. Crabb Mrs. R. C. Carruth Lela Blackburn Mrs. Lena France 1928-29 R. W. Huff Mrs. R. W. Huff C. V. Crabb Mrs. Lena France Lela Blackburn Pauline Watson 1929-30 B. D. Gambel Kathleen Payne Marie Haber Robert Sutton Mrs. Robt. Sutton Wilma Burge Nellie Vanineter 1930-31 B. D. Gambel Kathleen Payne Marie Haber E. M. Barnes Mrs. B. D. Gambel Wilma Burge Mrs. E. M. Barnes 1931-32 B. D. Gambel Kathleen Payne Mrs. B. D. Gambel Mrs. H. William.s Cleda Corey W. C. Harper WVilma Burge J. A. Carruth Mrs. Opal Brown Katheryn Wilson 1932-33 M. Manley Lewis Dorothy Sult V fvian Norman P111 Kenner Torene Perkins Juanita Hale Jerdie Casey 1933-34 lvl. Manley Lewis Leslie L. Craig Goldie Richye W. C. Harper Electa Peak Lorene Perkins Jerdie Casey Mrs. Muriel Stewart 1934-35 Leslie L. Craig W. C. Harper Goldie Richye B. W. Hogard .Florence Mahler Mrs. Jane Bigbee Jerdie Casey 1935-36 Leslie L. Craig B. W. Hogard Pauline Beveridge C. T. Hooper Florence Mahler Mrs. Nellie Underwood Jerdie Casey 1936-37 B.. W. Hogard Roy C. -Crews Irene Nye Wyatt A. Winkler Florence Mahler Mrs. Nellie Underwood Jo Potter 1937-38 B. W. Hogard Dale P. Hayhurst Leroy Vick Mrs. Vivian Keely Florence Mahler Mrs. Dorothy Houston Mrs. Nellie Underwood Mrs. Leota Sipe Anna Ryan, 1938-39 B. W. Hogard Dale P. Hayhurst Louis J. Maynard Ina Hamrnon Florence Mahler Mrs. Mary Ross Mrs. Nellie Underwood Mrs. Leota Sipe 1939-40 B. W. Hogard Dale P. Hayhurst louis J. Maynard Ina Hanfqmon Florence Mahler Mrs. Mary Ross Mrs. Nellie Underwood Mrs. Leota Sipe 'Zine Gnulzml SCHOOL BOARD C. Ll. LeGrande, Pres. G. R. Rogers, Clerk A. W. Olson, Member The Senior class takes this opportunity to thank the members of the school board of Arcadia School, for the interest they have shown in our class, and our school. Through their interest it was possible for us to complete these four years of high school. '7Jw Gnulmd FACULTY B. W. Hogard Bachelor of Science degree from Central 9 superintendentg sci- ence teacher and senior spon- sor. Has taught in this system six years. Dale P. Hayhurst Bachelor of Science degree from Centralg principal, manual train- ing and history teacherg 4-H Club sponsorg and sophofmore class sponsorg has taught in this system three years. Louis J. Maynard Master of Science from Okla. A. Sz M. History and. mathematics teacher, boy's athletic coach and sponsor of the freshman class. Has taught in this system two years. Ina Hammon Bachelor of Science degree from Okla. A. gl M. Home Economics and English teacher, 4-H Club sponsor, Home Ec. Club sponsor and sponsor of the junior class. Has taught in this system two years. Florence Mahler Bachelor of Science degree from Central. Seventh and eighth grade and H. S. speech teacher. Has taught in this system six years. 'Via ry Ross Bachelor of Science degree from Central. Fifth and sixth grade teacher and girl's basketball coach. Has taught in this system two years. Nellie Und erwood Bachelor of Science degree from Central. Third and fourth grade teacher and music instructor. She has been in this system for five years. Leota Sipe Bachelor of Science degree from Central. First and second grade teacher and music instructor. She has been in this system three years. '7Ae Glazulzml CLASS COLORS Blue and White CLASS FLOWER White Carnation CLASS MOTTO Our ship is at sea, Where shall it anchor? SENIOR CLASS Homer Schooling Basketballg Baseball: Glee Club "37,, '383 Senior Play 'flfli Favorite Subject matheniatics. Joyce Swearingen Basketball: '38, Ho-me lflc Club '37, '38, '39: Home Ee. Play '39g Junior Play '392 Senior Play H103 Glee Club '37, '38, '39, '401 Favorite subject Mathematics, Glenn Baker Glee Club '39. Favorite subject Science. Louise Blurrow Glee Club '38, '39, '40g Home EC. Club '37, '38, '39: 4-H Club '37, '38, '39, '4501 Home EC Pllay '395 Junior Play '393 Di- rectfed Senior Play '40: Favorite sub,- ject Speech. Norma Kennard Glee Club H105 Junior Play '39: Senior Play '40: Home EQ. Club '37, '38, '39: Favorite subject English. Jack Noel Baseball '40g Junior Play '39: Senior Play '403 Favorite subject Speech. Wendell Dowell Basketball '401 Baseball V105 Junior Play '39g Senior Play '40g Favorite subject Speech. Marguerite' Martin Glee Club '38,'401 Senior Play '40: Favorite subject Mathematics. Doris Jones Glee Club '37, '38, ,39, N103 Basketball '38: Junior Play '39g Senior Play '40: Favorite subject English. Janice Collier Basketball '37: '38: Senior Play '40g Favorite subject Liatin. Clara Ruth Dowell Basketball '38, '39, '40g Glee Club '38, '39, '4Og Home EC. CGub '39, '403 Home EC Play '40: Senior Play '40g Favorite subject Science. B. W. Hogard Supt. and Senior Sponsor. '7Jw Gwulmal JUNIOR CLASS Miss Hammon, Sponsor First row: Alvin Vinyard, Goldie Wall, Marjorie Dunn, Lois Manning. Second row: John Martin, Arthur Olson, Harlan Carr, Rosalee Thornton Third row: Eugene Briney, Vernon Schooling, Jewell Weese, Clifton Lee '7,Ae Glafulbxal SOPHOMORE CLASS Mr. Hayhurst, Sponsor First row: Edward Lee, Eula Tuton, Chester Hill, Mary Lee Waldrip. Second row: Winston Cleek, Maxine Rogers, Wendell Hensley, J. D. Simpson. Third row: Ruth Elliott, Juanita Tibbet, Norma LeGrande, Velda Mae Keasling. FRESHMAN CLASS Mr. Maynard, Sponsor First Row: Dorothy Canada, Pauline Underwood, Dorothy Greer, Harold Moore. Second row: Eulin Cleek, Florence Santee, Charles Buell Jr., Jacqueta Weese. Third row: Glenn Elliott, S. T. Harvill, Houston Watson, Warren Tanquary. GRADE SCHOOL Miss Mahler, Eighth Grade: Betty Lee Bare, Helen Marie Waldrip, Harvey Donnell, Beth Simpson, Rose Mary Cowell, Calvin Copeland, Ilena Tanquary, Raymond, Donnell, David Lee, Mary Marcene Olson, Charles Olson Jr., Jimmie McGuffin, Claribell Hensley, Vellta Rose Ruble. Seventh Grade: Mildred Copeland, Alpha Whiting, Lois Forsythe, Ira Cleek. Mrs. Ross, Sixth Grade: Bobby Wickham, Wanda Dugger, Barbara Sweat, Albert Dugger, Frankie Donnell, Mercedes Roberts, Lloyd Keasling, Harold Prevvitt. Fifth Grade: Elizabeth Ann Greenlee, Paul Whiting, Freddie Wilkerson, Anita Olson, Wilbur Holbrook, Dorothy Baker, Floyd Hensley, Clifford Elliott, Kennith Dugger, Norman Waldrip, Hudon Zachary, Richard Canada, Webster Watson, Nora Lee Poplin, Cyril Zachary Jr. 7,44 Gwufanal l 4 GRADE SCHOOL Mrs Underwood: Fourth Grade: C. H. Enos, Billy Sue McGuffin, Calvin Nickels, Henryetta Cowell, Martha Spradlin, Opal Welch, Ruby Santee, Marvin Cleek, June Cowell, Roy Pugh. Third Grade: Orville Whiting, Clinton Holbrook, J. R. Donnell, Lavoy Watson, Wilma Stevens, Jodie Zachary, Clecil Williams, Joe Thomas Poplin , Melba Copeland, J. C. Sayers, Mildred Baker, Carroll Olson, Naomia Cleek. Mrs Sipe, First and Second Grade: Buddy Wickham, Billy Deen Poplin, J. C. Spradlin, Leighton Roberts, Nina Belle Greenlee, Charles Estell, Emma Jean Prewitt, Steven Dugger, Wanda Cowell, Edward Nickels, Alice Ann Poplin., Leslie Garrett, Georgia Elliott, B. W. Hogard, Georgia Jennings, Billy Dugger, Shirley Goodrich, Clayton Williams, Frances Neal, Curtis Keith Roberts, Sally May Bourne, Albert Baker, Priscilla Cleek, Tommy Estell. 7,Ae Gmulawl ATHLETICS The boys had as their coach, Mr. Maynard and the girls had Mrs. Ross. They had an excellent time, learned a great deal, and feel that they have been greatly benefited. THE CARNIVAL On October 20th one of the first of the school's activities was held in the gymnasium. Each teacher sponsored one or more booths as follows: A Mrs. Sipe s..,..i..,or .,.. . ,....,. o.., ,...,.,,,ro .i.o,.,ir,i.,.,o, T u r t le races. Mrs. Underwood ...... , ..,,.,....,..., ,. ,.,,...,.... . Fish Pond. , Mrs. Ross . .....,.. ...... C ountry Store. Miss Mahler ...,...,.. ....,,,,....,......,...,.,..,.......,. B ingo Stand. Miss Hammon ,.,,. .. ..., ,,,,, , .H ,. .. Food Stand. Mr. Maynard .,..... ,...,.. C ake Walk, ball and ring games. A u Mr. Hayhurst .,...,.......,.,,,. .,.,...,,.,....,..,..,..,.,.,..... B eauty Parlor. ' Mr. Hogard ........,,.,..,.....,.............,.......,, r VVheel of Fortune. The carnival was one of the most entertaining of all the school programs for the year. 'Zh Glafulwal GRADE OPERETTA CHRISTMAS IN THE CIRCUS On December 22, 1939, one of the outstanding features of the year was presented- the grade school operetta. The story of a circus was portrayed. Tony, Toto and the ringfmaster were feeling very sad because Santa had not answered a wire sent him, asking him to visit the circus. They decided to have a rehearsal in case he should surprise them. While they are getting the troupe together to rehearse, Santa slipped in and hid and enjoyed the rehearsal. At the end of the performance Santa made himself known, treated them all to candy and after leaving a large pack of presents departed wishing a merry Christmas to all. Miss Mahler, Mrs. Ross, Mrs. Underwood and Mrs. Sipe were the direc- tors. Costumes were designed by Miss Hammon. L. B. 7,413 Cimdind HERE SHE COMES The Home Economics Club presented this three act, farce comedy, Novem- ber 17, 1939. Mrs. Goldstein Nora ..,,,,..........,. Betty Kelton ...,. Madame Lowell Mrs. J. Heddingt Luella Jones ...,.e Vi Hudson .,.e..,... Polly Wentworth Nickie Brooks Maritza Lopez Pat O'Keefe .,4.., Carolina ...,..,.. Sally Ridge ........ Cast of Characters: on Jones Lois Manning Goldie Wall Jimmie Lee Burrow Marjorie Dunn Mary Lee Waldlrip Thelma Swails Maxine Rogers Eula Tuton . Clara Ruth Dowell Norma LeGrande Helen Johnson Velda Keasling The play, directed by Miss Ina Hamtmon, was greatly enjoyed. 7,fze Galina! HER EMERGENCY FAMILY A three act comedy presented by the Senior class April 12, 1940. Characters: Jane Meek ..,4,, Ann1e ., .r,.. 4. Bella e.... , 44,,... . Kate Storm ...,,,r Bunny Brown .. Larry Carr .......,r,,,.,. Ted Bliss ...,..,4.o, .,.,,..,..,,. Aunt Hannah Steele .o,,. Chuck Jones ...,. ,.r,,,.e.o. Henry Black ..o.n.A,..,,.,....,...,.n, Directors: Louise Burrow Florence Mahler The play was considered as a great success. ,.,. Marguerite Martin Doris Jones Norma Dale Kennard . Clara Ruth Dowell Joyce Swearingen ,. .l Jack Noel Wendell Dowell Janice Collier , ,... Homer Schooling Glenn Baker '7,Ae Gawlind JUNE IN JANUARY The Junior class presented this three act comedy, May 3, 1940. Inez ...,,..,., Jack Lane .....V,.. Otis Orleander .,.,, Ona Orleander 4..., Oscar Larson .4.,.., Cast of Characters : Marjorie Dunn , n,,. Alvin Vinyard Clifton Lee Helen Johnson Arthur Olson Ethel VanDe1la ........,.,4. ..4,. F lorence Santee Marmaduke VanDel1a ...,. ,,.....,,... . . Jewell Weese Hazel Barlow ..,,r....i.t, ..r.... M ary Lee Waldrip June Day .,A,,..... ,.,,......,,,... G0 ldie Wall Gracie 4.4,,.... i.,... P auline Underwood Donna ,.4.,i ,t.t,.e.ei., E ula 'Futon Jessie ......, ..... ' Dorothy Canada Alexis ,..,4.... ...... . Edward Lee Jose Pietra .,..... The play, directed by John Martin Miss Ina Hammon, was considered a great success. '7,Ae Gmdfml 4-H CLUB In November 1939 the Arcadia 4-H Club elected the following officers: President Alvin Vinayardg vice-president Lois Manning, secretary Louise Burrowg game leader Charles Biuellg song leader Jimmie Lee Burrow. Aft- er Jimmie Lee moved away Dorothy Baker was elected to take her place. On February 23, 1940 we entered the recreational contest at Putnam City. We placed third in songs and fourth in both games and stunts. On March 23 our three class A girls entered the team demonstration con- test at Edmond. Louise Burrow and Lois Manning placed in the blue rib- bon group on their demonstration. Two class A boys, Alvin Vinyard and Winston Cleek, placed in the blue ribbon group on their demonstration. Alvin was reserve champion on his timely topic. One week later, on March 30th, four class B girls and two class B boys entered the class B contest. They were Beth Simpson and Dorothy Bakery Wanda Dugger and Claribell Hensleyg Bobby Wickham and Lloyd Keasling. April 13th, was the style review and baking contest in Oklahoma City. Lois Manning, Louise Burrow, Barbara Sweat, Mercedes Roberts, Claribell Hensley and Wanda Dugger entered. Lois and Barbara placed first in their dresses. Barbara placed first in baking. Lois and' Louise were in the blue ribbon group. This has been a beneficial and successful year for the 4-H Club. We have had as our coaches, D. P. Hayhurst and Ina Hammon. The Ar- cadia Farm Women's Club sponsor, Mrs. K. W. Baker. 7,Ae Gwuliml ALUMNI BANQUET ' The Alumni of Arcadia high school held their fi-rest banquet, March 16 1940 The.St. Patrick Day motif was carried out in the beautifully deco rated hall. The following program was given: Toastmaster Welcome ....,... Piano Duet .. Response ,.... Monolorgue ,4... Piano Solo Introductions : Playlet .....i..,.. Vocal Solo Irish Jig ..,.. D. P. Hayhurst B. W. Hogard Mrs. Jack Underwood Pauline Underwood Louise Burrow Florence Mahler Joyce Swearingen Maxine Rogers Norma LeGrande Mrs. Kathleen Payne Betty Lee Bare Maxine Rogers Beth Simpson Eula Tuton The following officers were elected for the coming year: President ..,...,..,..., .....,.. M rs. Fred Ross Vice President , ..,.... ...,,......,. B . W. Hogard Secretary ......,..,. ,..,... M rs. J. Arthur Dana The meeting date was set to be the Saturday night before St. Patrick s Day each year. 7,114 Gnuimd EULA TUTON 4. 41. s. pbpazmm, QM 1940 '7Jw Gfmdmal JUNIOR - SENIUR BAN QUET The annual Junior-Senior Banquet was held May 7, 1940 at the Y.W C A Building in Oklahoma City. The Senior colors and motto were used as the motif. , The following program was given: Toastmaster ...,.,i , .. Future Sailing ...,,.. Sky Line ,,.,.ii.,.... The Ship Ride .,,..,...... ... Seeing in the Future . .. .i Sailing Queens- Alvin Vinyard Wendell Dowell Lois Manning Marjorie Dunn Pauline Underwood Marjorie Dunn Lois Manning Joyce Swearingen Doris Jones The very pretty banquet ended with a line party to the State Theatre L. B. l 7,114 6444144161 BACCALAUREATE SERVICES Sunday, May Twelfth 2:00 P. M. Processional I Convocation .,.,,,. ,.,.,... R ev. K. K. Kelly Piano Solo .4,... ....... J oyce Swearingen Sermon ..A,..., ....,. R ev. R. C. Howard Benediction ..,,.,., .,,..,.,.,.,....,.,.,.,...,.,.. ,.... R e v. K. K. Kelly Recessional I COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Tuesday, May Fourteenth 8:00 P. M. Processional Salutatorlan .......... 4.,.,...,. ,...... Songs ...,..,.,...4..,....,..,,.........,.,..........,...,.., Address - The Courage Of Youth ,....,.. Address - The Value Of An Ideal ,.., ,.,.. Address - Education To Make Success ..... Address - The Man Who Walks Alone ....., Valedictorian ..,,. ............,,.......,, ........,...... Presentation of Diplomas ..,.,., . 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