Arcadia High School - Arcadian Yearbook (Arcadia, KS)
- Class of 1935
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during the year 1954-1955.
We dedicate this book,
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A song of praise we bring to Theeg
Arcadia High, Arcadia High--
Thy faithful sons and daughters we,
Arcadia High, Arcadia High--
When on Thy threshold we appear,
Thy halls of learning we revere
Our hearts are filled with pride and cheer
Arcadia High, Arcadia High.
Our Alma Mater grand art thou,
Arcadia High, Arcadia High--
To Thee we make a sacred vow,
Arcadia High, Arcadia High--
Thru' years of toil and happiness
We breathe thy name a soft caressg
And when wefre gone, thy name Weill bless
Arcadia High, Arcadia High.
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We were Freshmen, wondering Freshmen
ln the fall of thirty-one
Learning the ways of High Sehool
Yes, we had e lot of fun,
Sometimes time has passed quite slowly
And we've quite impatient grown
Wishing we eould leave the sehoolroom
Face the world 'upon our own',
Yet somehow the years slipped from us
Came the fall of thirty-four
We were Seniors and felt important
In u way unknown before.
And new this year too has ended
Looking heck, how short it seems
And how preeious, hard work blended
With enjoymentg fulfilled dreams.
We are glad that we are Seniors
Even though sed that we must part
And we're looking toward our future
Knowing we shall make our mark.
--Mary Ellen Stepp,
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And some maidens gay and fair
Who reaehed their day to put Qside their plav
And heavy burdens on their shoulders lay
They erossed AlQebra's dark sea
Braved the perils of History
With staunch hearts they fought in the frey
And eonquered each enemy.
O, the time is here for our last farewell pow-wow
Our graduation--the realization
Of the fondest hopes we ever dared to dream of
Has come and brought us, our hearts desire.
With our big ehief for a guide
We have manned our small eanoe
Through Geometry deep, then up the hill of Latin steep
We have journeyed on our dark and toilsome way
New Ue've reached this jeurney's end
And a different life must spend
ln the great world wide new without a guide
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CLASS OFFICERS '
BIG CHIEF- ------ --------- ------ -James Wyatt
SECOND BIG CHIEF -------------- Frank Dolinar
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COLORS--Blue and Gold. , gjaga
FLOWER--violets . 'ii'f..f,
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emerging from a state of savagery into a state of at
We pride ourselves in being prominent in all ac- I
tivities. The school was represented by our tribe in' i
Declamation, Oration, Alto Solo, Tenor and Piano Solo. 2
We had two members in the Girls Quartet ,and Mixed
Quartet and one member in the Boys Quartet: The Glee
Clubs have always been composed of a large number of
our tribe. We are very proud of the performances of
our two Maidens in the One-act-play Contest. Gur-
tribe has been outstanding in Football, Basketball,
Baseball, Tennis and Volley Ball. Our Senior play,
Hwhat a Familyu, was a comedy, and judging from the
laughs, it was well liked by the audience. The POW
Wow held Class Night was very picturesque and was
enjoyed by all the Pale Faces. Although our tribe has
always been small, we feel that we have accomplished ,-
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Jamesglyatt--President, Glee wa'
Football, Basketball, Baseball,
Junior H Senior Play, Areadian
Staff. HMiscnievous? lYll sayin
Isabel Glor--volley Ball, Senior Play.
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Glee Club, Aroadian
Marion Perry--Senior Play.
HAll he needs is a chance.H
play, HWee but Indus
Emma Dolores Limb--Girls Quartet,
Mixed Quartet, Contralto and
Piano Solo, Acoompanist, Band 5
Grehestra, Oration, Junior 8
Senior Play, T.N.T., One-aet-
play contest, Aroadian Staff.
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Frank Dolinar--Vice Pres., Foot- '
ball, Basketball, Baseball, Glee
Club, Junior Play, Areadian Staff.
HHe's interested in--CSportsJ '
Alva Dickey--Glee Club, Quartet.
HHis friends are everywbere.H
Mary E. Hamilton--Tennis, Band,
Glee Club, T.N.T., Quartet, Area-
dian Staff, Volley Ball, Aeeom-
panist, Senior Play.
nI'll get there give me time.H
ise Lyden--Glee Club,
Quartet, Volley Ball, T.N.T., Coheer
leaderj Areadian Staff, Senior Play. l
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Oliver Perry--Glee Club,
HLook out Girlslln
Bob Williams--Basketball, Football,
HAn Artist--and Howl!!
Roy Clayton--Glee Club, Tenor
Solo, Baseball, Basketball, Foot-
ball, Junior and Senior Play, Band
Rove Campbell--Senior and Junior
play, Glee Club, Band and Orchestra
One-act-play, Pres. of T.N.T. Club,
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BIG CHIEF ------------------------ Opal Scott
SECOND BIG CHIEF ----------- ---Loren Aldrich
.SCRIBE ------ - ---- -------- Helen Leatherman
KEEPER OF PELTS ---- - - -------- Earl Garton
MOTTO--Wefve set sail, but not anchored.
COLOR--Green and White.
The Junior tribe of 1955 has been very active
in extra-curricular activities. Junior members were
in the Girls Quartet, Boys Quartet, Mixed Quartet, ,
and both Glee Clubs. One of their Braves was Bass
Soloist. Many brilliant Football and Basketball play-
ers have come from the Junior tribe. The Junior play,
HAunt Smanthy Rules the Roostn, was enjoyed by a very
large audienceg and the Junior-Senior Feast,--The
social event of the year, was a great success. The
aim of the Junior tribe is to be largest, most cooper-
ative and beneficial clan ever to be graduated from
Arcadia High School.
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BIG CHIEF ---------------------- August Weiss
SECOND BIG CHIEF ------------- George Coonrod
SCEIBE and KEEPER OF PELTS ----- Nellie Pence
MOTTO--Swim or sink.
COLORS--Blue and White.
The Sophomore tribe has accomplished msny tribal
feuts in their two years of high school. Instead of
letting the upper elessmen take the initiative, they
have been right in the thick of all activities. Tribul
members have represented our school in Cornet Solo,
Soprano Solo, Girls Quartet, Mixed Quartet, and both
Glee Clubs. They have been outstanding in all sports.
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BIG CHIEF ------------------------- Jo Fowler
SECOND BIG CHIEF ----------- Raymond Clarkson
SCRIBE and KEEPER OF PELTS ----- Eileen Marsh
MOTTO--Good better best, never let it rest untill
the good is better and the better best.
COLORS--Black and White.
The Freshman tribe began its quest for know-
ledge in l926. In l954 they were admitted into
Arcadia High as full-fledged warriors. They have
been an outstanding tribe and have done many ad-
Members of the Freshman tribe have been in
both Glee Clubs, Football and Basketball. The suc-
cess of these Braves and Maidens is due to their
spirit, unusual ability and cooperation which should
not pleasing results in their four years of High
School. One of their maidens represented our school
at the Coal Queen Festival.
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Scholarship letters are given each year to those
students who have an NAU average in each of their sub
jects for both semesters. The following will receive
them this year:
The following students have
two HA'eH and two HB'3H for hoth l
Helen Louise Lvoen
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Mary Emzic Hamilton
Emma Dolores Limb
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In publishing this book,
is ready for distri-
only by the splendid
and tireless efforts
the staff which was composed of Senior braves and
- Mary Emzie Hamilton
- - - - - Felix Shular
- -Helen Louise Lyden
- - - - - Bob Williams
- - - - Frank Dolinar
- - -Emma Dolores Limb
- - - - -Rove Campbell
- - - - - -James Wyatt
- - - - - - Mr. Stock
- Miss Ailine Brierly
the staff has worked
very hard to please the studcrts. We hope this book
will be a record of pleasant days spent in A. H, S.
Dolinar Hamilton Bricrly Shular Lyden
Limb Wyatt Stock Williams Campbell
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Hirst Row: Marsh Hamilton Kopmeyer Dolinar Thayer
Colson Campbell Bowlus Kenney Beale Gahel
Second Row: J. Fowler H. Fowler Heath Limb Scott
Third How: Tyler Hamilton Lyden Shular Corperon
President ------------ Reve Campbell
Cheer Leader ----------- Beth Colson
Cheer Loader- ----- - -Helen Lorise Lyden
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There were eight girls entered the Preliminary
Declamation Contest. Reve Campbell, reading
was chosen to represent the school in the Mo-Kan. -
Declamation Contest. In Oratory, there were
contestants in the preliminary. Emma Dolores Limb was
our representative in the Mo-Kan. Oratorical
She gave the oration, nSweet Water and Bittern written
by G. W. Corporon. Neither Revo nor Emma Dolores plac-
ed in these contests, but both girls did unusually
well, and we are proud of them.
HSQUARING IT WITH THE BOSSH
Jimmy Greening ------------------- -- ----
Beth, his wife ---------------------- ---
Aunt Hortense, his aunt ----------------
Mr. Dunne, his nbossn ------------------
Aunt Clarissa, Beth's aunt -------------
Johnny Bender, the neighbor's boy ------
Emma Dolores Limb
Charles J. William
We had hard luck in the One-act-play Contest this
year. Due to an epidemic of measles, several of the cast
were able to attend only a few rehearsals. However, we
placed second in the preliminary and expected to go to
the final at Mineral. To the disappointmgnt of the cast,
we were forced to withdraw because of more sickness. We'ro
hoping that we won't be handicapped in this way next year.
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WHAT A FAMlLYiI2
Uwhat a Familyn was presented by the Seniors
to an unusually large audience. The three acts
were so full of baby talk, fits and practical jokes
that everyone was practically breathless from laugh-
ing. Doris and Sammie were determined that their
father should not marry again. Bob, Marilee and .
Gracie were as determined their mother should never
marry again. When they learned they were already
married, the fun really started. Bob's fits, Mari-
leefs baby talk and Graeie's diabolical tricks al-
most sent Henry to the booby-hatch and get many
laughs from the audience. Doris' chatter a ont her
operation and Sammie's ax scene had Mama Agnes about
ready for an operation, herself and the audience was
sent into convulsions. The two negroes frightened by
ghosts added much to the play. At the close of the
play everyone was reconciled to the marriage, includ-
ing Aunt Lydia.
Agnes Martyn, a widow ----- ----- Isabel Glor
-Bob, her son --------- ----- Marion Perry
Marilee, her daughter ----- - - - Rove Campbell
Gracie, her youngest child- - - - Helen Louise Lyden
Miss Lydia, her sister-in-law- - - - -Helen Davidson
Henry Turner, a widower ---- - - - -Oliver Perry
Doris, his daughter ----- - - Emma Dolores Limb
Sammie, his son ------ - - - - - - James Wyatt
Begonia, darky cook -------- Mary Emzie Hamilton
Nieodemus, colored handy man -------- Roy Clayton
The clever specialties between acts were:
Lazy Bones ----------------- Roy Clayton
La Spagnola, Isle of Capri ------- Bobby Lee Adams
Love Passes By ------------ Emma Dolores Limb
Tavern in the Town- - - ----- Senior Boys Quartet
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AUNT SALAUTHY RULES THE ROOST
Lunt Samanthy Rules the Roostn was a riot of laughs
from start to finish. The play was directed by Miss Heath
and the Juniors co-operated with herand made it a great G,
success. Specialties between acts were: ,uStay as Sweet as 'giimh
You Aren by Paul Garten, girls quartets, boys quartets, and ig
accordian music from Botefuhrs. .E
Aunt Samanthy Simpkins, an old maid ----- Esther Underwood
Serena Simpkins, her elder niece -------- Gpal Scott
Sophie Simpkins, her younger niece -------- June Thayer
Polly Paine, maid ----------- Mary Virginia Corporon
Annie Ambrose, the village dressmaker- ---- Frances Fowler '
Blanche Bowers, a woman of few words ----- Mayme Kopmeyeng
Lucien Littlefield, a farmer ------ - Carl Underwood
Blair Boswell, who likes Serena- - - - - - Raymond Grace
Frank Fairfield, who likes Sophie -------- George Biden
Lawrence Lovewell, a stranger ------- -George Wm. Riley
Buddy Baskins, the grocery boy ----- - - -Loren Aldrich
Aunt Samanthy was a ruling old maid. Her nieces, Sophie
and Serena, are unable to go with their admirers, Frank and
Blair, and the boys are afraid to come to the house. Polly
is in love vith the grocery boy, Buddy, who apparently doesn't
know she exists. So Polly gets some 'Love Powders? and plans
to dope Buddy by putting it into the lemonade. Aunt Samanthy':
rival for mayor, Lucien Littlefield, comes to call on her, and
they drink the lemonade. You can imagine what happened. She
gave Frank and Blair permission to come to the house. The old
maids of the village came to call, and everybody was astounded
at the actions of Aunt Samanthy and Lucien. When they come from
under the spell of the 'Love Powdersf, Aunt Samanthy is her old
:elf again, but it is too late to stop the girls. Aunt Samanthy
decided to let Lucien run for mayor, and everything ends happily.
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First Row: F. Fowler, Tyler, Colson, Hayes, Stscy, Teague,
Second How: Thayer, J. Fowler, Pence, Heath, Scott, Campbell
Third How: Gsbel, Bowlus, Lyden, Hueston, Hamilton, Corpore
The Girls Glee Club composed of thirty memhers and
under the direction of Miss Heath, won first elece in ar
Mo-Ken l.' Music Contest for the third time in four years.
The girls wearing white dresses and black jackets, made
u very strikini appearance, The Glee Club practiced on
two selections for the contest, and it was very difficult
for Miss Heath to decide which of the two they should si Q,
HSweet Deyn hy Handel was finally selected. The selection
wee well sung, and the audience as well as the judie thor-
oughly enjoyed it.
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This year Miss Heath had two quartets in
of the usual one. At the first of the
ear, they appeared as a double quartet, and y
ater they were divided into two separate groups
Near the close of the season, Maxine Gabel and
Jo Fowler were replaced by Edna Eagleton and
Ruth Tyler. The quartet chosen to represent
Arcadia in the Mo-Kan Music Contest was composed
of the following: Virginia Bowlus, Beth Colson,
Mary Emzie Hamilton and Emma Dolores Limb,
Their selection, with which they placed second,
was HThe Rosaryn by Nevin. This same quartet,
also won much praise from everyone by their
splendid rendition of the number HLittle Pee-
Weet,H which they sang a number of times during
the year. Since these eight girls have worked
together so efficiently, we regret the loss of
the three Senior girls.
Virginia Bowlus won first place in Soprano
Solo, singing Ho Dry Those Tearsn by Del Riego.
Our Contralto soloist, Em a Dolores Limb, who
sang NThe Bondsmaidn by Lalo, also placed first.
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M. Perry, James, B. Williams, T. Fowler, Carton
O. Perry, Underwood, Dunn, Kirk, Shular, Ames.
Aldrich, Nippel, Dolinar, Myers, Dickey, Potter
The Boys Cleo Club was much larger this year than it
has been in previous years. These thirty boys, under the
' t'on of Mr Amos worked very hard and deserve much
direc,i . , s ,
credit. They sang HThe Winter Songu by Bullard and placed
third in the Mo-Kan Music Contest.
Mr. Amos also directed the Mixed Chorus which placed
first. They sang HThe Morning lnvitationn by Vee 'T
While the chorus was sinqing at the contest, th
handicapped greatly because of an unfortunate at c -t
to one of their membersg but they deserve much com nn-
dation for going on and finishing their number in :nite
of all disturbances.
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At the beginning of he year, Mr. Amos had
two quartets. These eight boys made several
public appearances singing to-gether as a double
quartet. Their selection, H1111 Take You Home
Again, Kathleen", was enjoyed by everyone, and
they were requested to sing it several times.
The quartet chosen to represent Arcadia in the
Mo-Kan Music Contest was composed of Charles
Jewell, Thomas Potter, Earl Garton and Alva
oys worked hard all year and re-
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ceived much praise from the Community.
Earl Garton, who was our representative
in Bass Solo, sang "The Mighty Deep" by Judd.
Roy Clayton, our Tenor Soloist, sang NThe
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For the second consecutive year, Arcadia has placed
f first in the Mo-Kan Music Contest. Miss Heath, Mr. Amos,
Mr. Stock and all the members of the Music Department work
l ed unusually hard and were rewarded by one large trodiy
and several smaller ones.
Arcadia won first with 56 points, Minden and Riverton
took second and third respectively. Arcadia placed in tht
Emma Dolores Limb Contralto solo First
Emma Delores Limb Accompanist First
Virginia Bowlus Soprano solo First
Girls Glee Club First
Girls Quartet Second
Boys Glee Club Third
Mixed Chorus First
Their victory was celebrated by a school party at whi
cfrds and various games were played. lee creams cones Wert
serv U at the close of the party.
NO-KAN INSTRUMENTAL CONTEST
ln the instrumental music contest held at Riverton on
April 4, Arcadia placed third. We only made four entries
in this contest und placed in each one as follows:
Emma Dolores Limb Piano solo First
Dellabclle Teague Cornet Second
Rot Clayton Trombone Second
lnstrumental Quartet Third
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Back row: Potter, Stock, W. Hamilton, M. Hamilton,
C. Clayton, R. Clayton, Teague.
Front row: Aldrich, Myers, Marsh, Bowlus, J. Fowler.
The Tribal musicians, composed of twelve players
under the direction of Mr. Stock have made many public
appearances this year. They played for all the basket
ball and football games, and helped to put that ole
fight in the nArcadianU warriors.
The instrumentation and personnel are:
Cornets--C. Clayton, Teague, Bowlus, J. Fowler, Marsh.
Clarinets--Myers, Aldrich, Weiss.
Drums--M. E. Hamilton, W. Hamilton.
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This year the Indian theme was used for Senior class
night. The Senior braves, dressed in their bright Indian
costumes, were gathered around the campfire smoking the
pipe of peace. The Senior maidens in bright colored robes
were grouped before the wigwams talking or making pottery.
It was an impressive as well as picturesque and realistic
The following program was given:
Class History ----------------- Isabel Glor
Class Poem ------------------ Frank Dolinar
Waters of Minnetonka ----------- Emma Delores Limb
Class Prophecy ---------------- Revo Campbell
. Mary Emzie Hamilton
Indlan Love Call' ' """' ' ' ' Emma Dolores Limb
From the Land of the Sky Blue Waters -----
Class Will ------------------ Oliver Perry
By the Weeping Waters ---------- Helen Louise Lyden
Presentation of Trophy Case ---------- James Wyatt
Since the large trophy won this year in the Me-Kan
Music Contest was too large for our trophy ease and the
case was already too crowded to display the cups well,
the Seniors decided to leave, as their fift to the school,
a large trophy case. When all the cups were polished ard
placed in the new case, they really made an attractive dis
play. The Seniors are hoping that A. H. Q. will win so
many more cups that it will only be a few more years until
an even larger trophy case will be needed.
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This season was not so successful because we had only
three lettermen back, and the majority of our players were
small and inexperienced,
Although the squad lost the majority of their games
this season, Coach Vanorsdall could always count on them
fighting until the whistle blew. Next year we will be
fortunate in having eight lettermen who will strengthen
the line-up of the Bear Cats.
Coach Bowlus was handicapped greatly this year by
height and inexperienced players. At the beginning of
the season, the material didnit look so promisingg but
with hard work and much patience on the part of their
Coach, the boys improved rapidly as the season progressed.
Although the boys never won a game, they were never de-
feated by a very large score.
The annual Mo-Kan Tournament was held in Arcadia
again this year. This was one of the most thrilling
tournaments ever held in Arcadia. All the games were
closely contested. Arcadia won their first game from
Cockerill 28-14 and lost their seco1d to Hepler 55-22,
Then they defeated Cockerill again 22-18 and were in
turn defeated in their last game by Mineral 27-l8.
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KWH Al1'StUT Team' Marvin Davidson--L. E.
James Wyatt--Q. B.
Jim was Hsmall but mightyn
and always played smart football.
Offensively, he was an excellent
passer, defensively, he tackled
hard and always played a clean
Felix Stular--H. P.
Felix was a triple-threat
man. He could pas
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Frank was known throughout
the League as one of the best
snapper-backs. His fight and
grit earned him a position as
guard on the Mo-Kan All-Star
Bob Williams--R. G.
Bob played a good dame both
offensively and defensively and
could be depended upon to open
holes in the line.
George Lyden--Capt. elect, H. B.
George was a pillwr in the
offensive drive this year. He
made many a yard around the op-
HDudeU, was chosen for
the Mo-Kan Second Team, play
a consistent game. He could
snag passes and block punts
George Riley--L. T.
George's weight and determi-
nation made him a real tackle.
George received honorable mention
in the Mo-Kan Leasue.
Clifford Myers--R. G. V
HTippieH was a tower of
strength intthe line. Many tackle
met their waterloo when they dived
Lawrence NcGavern--R. T.
Lawrence was one of the
most aggressive players on the
squad. He excelled in blocking
Neil Fonts--Sub. G.
Neil played guard and was
one of the main stays on defense
Virgil James--Sub. H. B.
Virgil always played a nice
game at halfback when called upon.
Albert Barton--Sub. Q. B.
Barton was a good passfr and
always did his share of the ball
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not p t cular uhwcb routo he usod. Ho was a flash on tnc
floor nd a DQTQ one to stob. Jim was soloctod as guard
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tip. Ho always camo crashing tbrouth to mako his share of
nHandsomoH, who plovfd a vondorful Qano for bis fir t
year on tho squfd, was in artist on onp band shots. Ho
was a fast floorman and a Hood defensive nan.
Goorgo was an idoal floorxan--Quick and deooptivo. Ho
was a nsbarkplugu in tho tournament. Ono could always court
on Goorgo boinq wnoro no was noodod.
Raymond Graco--F. Q
Althougb Raymond didn't start oach game, ht was roadj
to go in and do his snaro. Ho always pluyod a good clean
game of ball. Raymond will don tho oranqo and black tops
afain noxt yoar.
Bob playod both guard and forward. Ho was a fastQnm
and a great Qssot to his toam,
Losttr did not break into onougn games to play the
loading rolog but wnon ho was callod upon to fill a va-
cancy, no mado a croditablo rocord for nlmsolf.
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Coach Van Orsdall Sparks.
6 Second Row: Jamos Dolinar Marshall
I The second team, which was coached by Donald Van
Orsdall, was composed of five Sopnomores, two Froshmen,
one Senior and one Junior. This team was cbaraetvriztd
by its unusual determination to fin .'.f undor any circum-
stances. ln the tournament at Seammon, they won their
first game from Liberal but lost their second to Rivortor
They then played Mineral in the consolation game for tiizt
place--losing again after a hard fought battle.
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Arcadia l6 Prescott l5
Arcadia l6 Hepler l8
Arcadia l7 Liberal i5
Arcadia l5 Minden 23
Arcadia 14 Mineral 26
Arcadia l2 Minden l5 -
Arcadia 6 Riverton l6
Arcadia 25 Seammon 52
Arcadia l9 Liberal 9
Arcadia 24 Treeco 26
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Pchcc Fclt Eaglctoh Fowlcr Shular.
Tho girls' vollcy ball team had a vcrv Successful
Season. With more oxbcrlohccd pl ycra, Coach Stock was
ablo to aovclop a such bottcr team thin last Tcar. In
tho tourhamoht hold at Arcadia, thoy won their Flrrt ia
from Cogkorill ana thoh camo back strong to ocfoat Wcat
Minor l in tho aomi-finals. Arcadia lost to hihdoh in
finals by a small margin. Thcy wcro proschtcc a lfffu
second place trophy.
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Arcadia 55 Liberal 26 Jah. l8
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Only 5 minute classes today. We're off to
celebrate Labor Day.
away from the Senior
the election of class
Sizzle! Sizzle! Stay
Girls. The boys put
Girls and Boys Glee Clubs started today.
Look at the Babies! Well if it isn't our
Freshmen girls being initiated.
What's wrong with Miss Heath? She only pick-
ed 5 Quartets.
My Goodness! What an unearthly noise!! lt's
the Band, but it wonft sound like that very
long will it Mr. Stock?
Rah! Rah! Rah! The T. N. T. Girls organized
Tish! Tish! such rainy weather especially for
Football games. No wonder Girard beat us
Poor Senior Girls. They had to give in again
to the b0ys"'f91g,3Zf2 They picked out the Rings
Mr. Stock gives demonstration of American
History Class reading their lesson. Quite
good! He should go on the stage.
The T.N.T. girls practiced some 6th Hour.
Sounds sort of tin-panny yet. But give em!
time. My!! My!! Arma just beat us 20-O this
Say Opal whats the matter? George William
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Honey waited along time for you this eve.
What was that terrible noise at noon to-day?
Oh! That certain gang of girls would insist
on singing Cowboy songs.
Hot Chai HIP HIP HOORAY1 We beat Cockerill
this eve 12-O. Are we ever tickled. A
quarrel between some girls, and our profess-
ional Cheer Leader walks out.
What Senior girls got the nick-name of Gir-
dles? We picked our Coal Festival QueeH'to-
day, and she's a little honey too--none
other than Miss Jo Fowler.
OH1 BOY! We held Minden back this afternoon
O-O. Say Jo certainly did look swell tonight
even though she was defeated.
Started typing on the Public Speaking One-
Football boys lose to Mineral 6-O. Better
luck next time, boys.
Preliminary contest for Oration--Emma D. Lint
THE SENIOR RINGS ARE DOWN AT THE POST
A big bonfire and rally was sponsered
Pep Girls tonight.
Decorated Cars for parade and game to-day.
We lost to Riverton lS-6.
A truck load went to Minden to school party.
Started on the Public Speaking One-act-play
to-day. Senior Girls Volley Ball team, con-
sisting of 5 members, defeated the Junior S.
HAI HA! Peachy, Eileen and Revey got kick-
ed off the school bus right down on Main
St. Was their faces red?
THR SENIORS GOT THEIR RINGS! Are they ever
a proud bunch now.
Frank and Marion get Mercury on Helen D. and
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in chapel weire gonna tell on the Juniors if
they arenYt nice to us. Helen screams at
Fort Scott boy, HHey you with the black pants
on,H and then what followed.
The Girls practiced with the boys Glee Club
to-day. Every one is breathing easier hc-
se six-weeks tests are over.
WELL it looks like the Senior Girls just canft
be defeated they defeated the Freshmen girls
l9. Alva Dickey just can't take it
especially when he is sinEing'songs and turns
around and finds out Beth and Revs are in the
room. Helen Louise broke the record--set
ked out of History for 2 days.
Who broke the glass and spilled water all over
the stage sixth hour? The Senior-Junior Voile
Ball team beat the Sophomore-Freshmen team.
Today was Declamation Preliminary. Revo won
first place, Emma D. Limb won second and third
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won by Ester Underwood.
Beginning Shorthand class ate cand
wouldnlt give the Ad. typing class
is every one all dressed? What do
nk? It's the day for Annual pictur
What Red Headed Senior is it that goes
balcony window head first? Go Bob
Drew names in Chapel for Xmas exchange
ls canYt be satisfied with the name
Mulberry Aluni Association present
ten Honeymoon. lt was a good play.
nk Dolinar, James Wyatt and Helen L
e debated nThe Old Age Pension Law,
the girl: mon. Debate was extended to
class and then whoe school.
The Jr. Play was a WOW! There w
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Wefre improving. We beat Cockerill 15-6.
School dismissed so teachers could get a
swnple of what us poor kids have for 9 Mo.
The Senior Girls Volley Ball team still
undefeated. They beat the Sophomores
Election to-day--the History Class went Dem-
ocratic, and the Constitution Class wont
Republican. Play practice tonight on Kid-
Played Football this afternoon because Minden
has teachers meeting. The score was O-O.
Who was Jin Wyatts girl? Wdtch out Revo!
Minden well represented to-day. They came to
visit school or to see Beth and Nell--we
New scenery for stage.
Play practice tonight. Mary Emzie broke the
The plays are tomorrow night. Oliver almost
knows his part. Miss Brierly flees from a
mouse, and Miss Heath could win a high jump-
ing contest--if she saw a yousc.
The plays went off with a bang!! We took in
325.20--not bad for depression!!
We lost a football game to Mineral. Janos and
Felix were both hurt. Jim was out until late
No Volley Ball game this evening because of
Grade School Operetta practice.
Injured football player, supposed to be dead,
returncl to school. Declauation practice
The Senior Class was scolded for misbehaving
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Christmas chapel and exchange. Vacation until
Dec. 51. Lost Basketball game to Carl Junction.
Just back from Xmas. vacation. No holiday for
New Yearfs. Can we take that? Certainly not
starting this year right.
Volley Ball practice being watched very close-
ly. Mr. Stock must be going to pick the team.
Ten girls chosen to play in game with Cockerill
Take a number from one to ten and guess what
you have! Green Volley Ball suits!! Girls
lost to Cockerill only one point. Organized
Boys Pep Club today with Paul Campbell and Leo
Strecker as Cheer Leaders.
The boys went to Hepler, and so did a few of the
girls. Both teams were defeated. It must be
Leap Year girls because Beth takes her Girard
boy friend to the door.
One-act-play preliminary!! Measles and plays
donft mix very well. But we won second.'
Wow! what games!! Volley Ball girls won 55-26,
and Liberal girls is second best in the League.
Big snow storm! Some boys and girls go for a
sleigh ride. Had Heap big time!
finally made it back to school
alas! It was to late to go to
for the final One-act-play
one was disappointed.
this morn. But
The stove exploded at Senior Taffy Pull tonight.
Minden made a clean sweep--won Volley Ball and
two Basketball games. Reve and Doris Beals had
their hose stolen.
Why does Handsome wear a necktie since the Sr-
party Thurs. night.
Cockerill came up tonight for a practice game.
We won QC-B. Why couldn't that have been a
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Oh, my goodness! That Mineral Band just ruined
the Volley ball girls. If they bring it up hero
we're going to give them sleeping powders.
The T.N.T. girls accompanied the Volley ball and
Basketball boys to Minden tonight. The Vollej ball
game seemed to be quite funny. the way the girls
laughed. Jo persisted in going to the wrong places
on the court. Staff sold more ads than they did
Another basketball game and another defeat. Old
Lady Luck must be against Arcadia. The annual epon-
sered the selling of candy bars.
Staff goes to Pittsburg again, Hr. Stock realli
knows how to get ads. Revo and Jim are 50 minutes
late and Emma Dolores is 40 minutes late. Really,
NT. Stock, we promise not to do it, asain.
Instead of Friday the l5, it is Wednesday thc l5 and
we had bad luck as usual. Ue'vo to to hand it to the
young man of today, he won't push a lady out of her
seat and the older ones will. Thatfs 0.K. Peachy,
you just push harder next time.
Comic Valentines were received by a few of the girls.
They were from Frontenac. Five girls who never at-
tendee the dance tonight made life miserable for those
who happened to be around the
The first team went to Ft. Scott to play Basketball
and were defeated l9-l7. Felix was really aeina to
town. He made 8 points.
Seniors have a Fudge party. Why were two Junior girls
so anxious to be at the Sen or party? Mary Emzie re-
ceived har proofs at the party toniiht. Was her face
rod, and did everyone else Qet a good laufhl
Mr. Bowlus took the Basketball boys to Pittsburi to
seo a basketball name.
Everybody is Qetilni excited over the tournament. lt
starts to orrow.
cixpll toorv all thc VOllcv ball and basketball
members jmvc a talk. Such a clever poem was dedicated
to Rove, Helen Louise and hiss Brierlyi Arcadia won
their fimf tonight.
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Tournament began to-night. Won our first
game from Cockerill.
More tournament. Arcadia lost to Hepler to-
night. Selling lots of hot dogs and pop.
Oh Boy! Are things going swell for Arcadia.
The volley ball won second in volley ball
tournament. Arcadia won from Cockerill and
lost to Mineral. Jim Wyatt was chosen for
the All-Star team.
Some green Freshman took a spelling test to-
day and said the definition of YPreliminary'
was a place to put things to keep them cool.
Mr. Lang from Mulberry talks on HSomeono is
watching you, think it over.U Grade cards
were given out to-day. Mr. Bowlus is getting
absent minded. His fountain pen was found at
the Bank where he had left it.
VanOrsdall asked the advanced class to-day if
they and Brierly would please postpone their
discussion of the Senior play until later.
He didn't bluff Brierly, however--she kept
A group, consisting of 55 students went to
Liberal to the Skating rink last night. Iver
one had a very fine time, in spite of the many
Scandal! Who were Pete's and Jo's big moment
in a new Ford VB?
Well, fan our brow if it didn't snow to-day!!
There was a grand row to-day when the Seniors
told the Juniors there wasn't going to be any
skating party. The Measles seem to be taking
The Advanced shorthand class started transerib
in their notes on the typewriter. Mr. Stock
and Ver il have a quarrel over Virgil's unty- '
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Emma D., Soprano-Virginia, Bass-Earl, Cornet-
Dellabelle, Girls Glee Club-Sweet Day, Tenor-
Roy. Who were the Freshie and Senior girl who
ran all the way to town behind a group of boys
so two gentlemen from down South couldn't find
The Seniors had Chapel this morning.
Marion Perry returned to school to-day after
being in the hospital for several days be-
cause ef a cob fight he and Oliver had.
A group of Mulberry girls were down to visit
school. It seems that Bob insists on putting
the ink roller on the Senior nuts, Helen, Rove.
The Annual began work this morning and how.
Which will probably keep several Seniors out
Oh we believe in Miracles strange as it may seem.
WE WON FIRST AGAIN THIS YEAR IN MUSIC. BOY OH
BOY ABE HE EVER TIOKLED. We're not bragging but
its understood that HUhat we do we sure do good.H
Had a pep chapel this morning and decided to have
a party a week from this coming Friday. Seniors
had play try-outs and play practice starts to-
Emma D. just never get the point Cof a pinl to-
night. Rey O. said, Hit failed to rcgister.H
The boys Baseball team won their game with Hepler
this eve. Not a bad start Boys. Why did Virginia
wear one brown and one black shoe to school today?
Riverton gave a program here to-day. Everyone
enjoyed it. The Baseball boys lost to Hepler
ln the game this afternoon. But wait until the
Boys arranged to scare the girls at play practice,
Marion turned the lights on too soon. Mary Emzie,
and Issbsl ',.. will have to wear rouge for a week to
give them a little color.
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Tonight was the Senior play. It was a wow! The
receipts totaled S42.lO.
Boy has the Annual started work today!! Of all
the stencil cutting! The north office realy
looks like a printers office.
Helen Louise and Reve went to Pittsburg today with
Mr. Stock to collect for adds. It seems that
Happy was called a HDummyH this after-noon. Was
her face red and was she in a had humor???
Bob throws Happy out of the Annual room window this
after-noon. She will learn not to pester the
artist of the Senior Class.
The Agriculture class went on a picnic tonight. It
was an ideal day for a picnic.
Tennis tournament today.
Staff goes on a picnic and Oh what a time!!
The Seniors gave their Farewell Chapel and pro-
sented the Annual. The Junior-Senior Banquet'
was tonight. Talk about your Banquets this takes
the cake. The dance was afterwards. Oh! Words
fail me in describing the dresses and suits worn
by the different people.
Baccalaureate tonight with Mr. Clayton delivering
the Baccalaureate sermon.
The Seniors have their day off and did they have
fun? You're asking us???
Class night. Heap Big Injun Chiefs and pretty
Maidens crowded the stage. And of all the pow-
wow's this was the best known yet.
Commencement Exercises tonight. It is good-bye,
Seniors, we wish you good luck throughout your
life. The 16 Seniors will ne'er be High School
School is out for the summer vacation, and all the
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I'm sick of this cock-eyed
I'm tired of n flst pocket
l'm dying to try s new dress
And not just stand outside
I'd like a new hut--kinda
A handbug to match would
Some new shoes would make me
But Gosh, I no gotta the price
Donft worry if your job is smell,
And your rewards are fewg
Reme mher that the mighty
Were once a nut like you.
Mary had a little cow
And, oh, how it did stutter.
In place of every quart of milk
It gave d pound of butter.
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A maid und A man.
Walking hand in hand.
Orchids and sweet peas.
Swinging on his knees.
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Emma Dolores Limb
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Don't never do
Who told you?
How am I doing?
Not by a long shot.
Come up and see no
You want too much.
Well blow me down.
Ah now, food-looking
You're kiddin' me.
You're tellin' me.
I'm awful sorrow.
I don't give a darn.
Go chase yourself.
You don't say.
Aw, 20 on,
New what do you thin
Brierly--UJohnny, give to a sentence using the word 'diadem'.H
Johnny P.--0People who drink monnshine dgadem sight quicker
than thQse who don't.U
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surprised by a burgl r in his house. Hwould you
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rying to spring something on me?H
UNO You see, shefs been expecting a visit from a
burglar for the last 20 years and I just want her
to seo what one looks like
The illustrated Bible had a strong fascination for
mall Geraldine With the book open on her lap, she lookn
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H ther, o o s marry in heaven?H
' e Good Boo ays ey do not, Geraldine.H
H ll, o ey marry in--in--the other place?n
uppose not, my dear.H
Geraldine shut the Bible with a bang.
'Then Ifm going to tay right here,H she said.
Wife H u told me you w re at the office late.H
Hubby U s, my e r
Hubby Hoh, that was not me, my dear. I saw that
fellow there my elf, and he was awfully like me.H
James 'I always kiss the stamps on your letters, becaus
now that you lips have touched them.H
Beth uOh, dear! and to think I dampen them on Tigers
'I dreamt last night I proposed to the sweet-
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Fa her I don't remember Ask your mother.H
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