Ardmore High School - Spectrum Yearbook (Ardmore, OK)

 - Class of 1917

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Intermingling work with pleasures, Sports, yes, and some good times, too, All the interests of our school life, Friends, we herein offer you. Then, in reading this, our Annual, May your interest be as true As the pleasure we have taken In preparing it for you. ' -EDITOR. 11:11 --" :':::::11z::-U, 15.41 ::f:::s-" f--"-'-- --- '-'-A-A,A' Mm. ......,.,,,.,..,,,..,., im..- ..,,....,...,. ?!Ef?, , "" "'g" "" ' s . , S ,-' Y 1 xi X 'l" 3:2 To The Living Flag! iii? 2552 BY MRS. CHARLES M. HARL isii me ,sig Can it be that thou insensate art, oh flag, so loved and cherished, T That armies countless thousands strong have fought for thee and perished? I as That armies countless thousands strong, by thy dumb call elated, Again would spring to arms for thee, though knowing death awaited? Nay, quivers life through every fold, each wave and undulation That measures with its rise and fall the heart-throbs of a nation. Aye, in thy folds, a century old, a century's life is surging, And over all waves a clarion call to blood that needs no urging. I ife thrills thy red, in courage bredg the purity of thy whiteness, Thy fieldof blue, in truth's own hueg thy stars of dazzling brightness And courage, truth and purity, thus in thy colors blended, Have fired the hearts and nerved the arms which have thy cause de fended. at So children of the men of old who first unfurled to glory . The beauty of thy stars and stripes, now famed in song and story, J i s , l . T To save the flag their blood baptized when we were born a nation, We pledge our life blood and our sons in solemn consecration. ' f" flffff.-. 's T k J il ai, L i ,,. i, f. ' . .Hia ..1 L, ,.., , . . i t Q, gf I Iisf.. I ,Q I 5Ii5i,.II.i3 i, ...... ...... Im .... , Alum. .. .... 3 .Y if I W' if ? TS mA1un :gI 5QK1 I M. I E t lrll mxx ..-- Tw ' J W' f i r X V i, i ff' If -5 I I I CONTENTS I. FACULTY II. SENIOR CLAss III. JUNIOR CLAss Iv. SOPI-IOMORE CLASS v. FRESHMAN CLASS VI. ATHLETICS VII. SOCIETY VIII. HUMOR IX. MUSIC Tx. DOMESTIC SCIENCE DEPT. XI. MANUAL TRAINING DEPT. XII. EXPRESSION DEPT. XIII. ART DEPT. XIV. WARD SCHOOL REPORTS if 'W Zzza? ' M E f ....... iii ' .K .Q wr 1 XX .- X Ns X X LILLIAN E BISHOP .. X . SEEEMT,-VVVV .... ,.......... . W .x.xxXx. .. ..... x N,NX.. k ,,.. . .... , xx.xNxNN ...... E 2 , :ES i Sxsski NESS! 2 N 1 i . X : 1 I ., , 'E li? IEE as 2 E12 ' Kif , . 1 'E u . 5 I E ! E- E: E z Ei g S. HSL, li 2 , . iw! izxl 1 i U3 .5 i , . z- L E LW, f"- - "" .... -..w.m..,,...w...,.,.. ,,,.., N KE M E? E - ,,"' , ,.,,, 1 g : ::::::.:w .. , . , 5i5g::EF,m:5: 5 I , Y Q: givin M' W ,X Mi Qt ll when ll Qi i Q :MV if 1 si 0' w ,, 1 my nl 'I' Qi I W Q, We rf M M fam W Q we 1 ' ' ' f m ay X W 1 mu l . it lit , he T 1 .1 t' I.. Zllillian E. mishap Amihnt the rise sinh fall nt' Bgnantiea, emit the nhifting nt' material Empires, men haue nnt fur- gntten tn nag their trihuten nf ,lnne tu um- man. En ilillian TE. Einhnp, mhn ham ahnum ua the hnunhlezu mueep uf Wane, the enhlena rhain nf Qlharitg, sinh the unapeukahlg tenher en- tranre intn nther linen, me heartily hehirate this in- ane nf the Cllriterinn. f'l3"lT """ .i::'T:1 :rf ... ..... W :..:.:::..i:' """"""""""""" "" z I r F .-f' S - i i' X ' X i . l-gif Q' gif N 5 x.- " if .... .. ., To Mrs. John Easley th MRS. JOHN EASLEY e students of the Ardmore High School are deeply indebted for one of the noblest illustrations of a life which is full of interest, enterprise and endeavor. Like Amiel she seems to have realized that joy means not only insistent renunciation, but constant acquisition-of things for others. Because of her loyalty and devotion, we have been h ' eroically strengthened for the future's task. 'i-misuse, l 3 I-syn... - N '11 ,QL N3 Ill! gin, i, ill ' l , 3 . V KN f Qt .Tits s -ff! V .... TIfIITf'IIIIIfIf.ff1 '--' X-li EVE: Elm MRS. W. R, BURNITT As President of the Parent-Teachers Association of the Ardmore High School, Mrs iff' Burnitt has greatly endeared herself to patrons and pupils alike. Every effort to promote the welfare of our great school has been consecrated by ,E ' a purpose infinitely higher than any desire either stinted or gli selfish. sfi i I, I ::L....'"'t1::4:::i::4:::::4::::xQ:g:g,ggqqifigqs 1: gg sg A, ,. ..,, ,..,t ..,, .,.. ..,,....t . . , , , t.ttt ,. , t,.. .... . .,.. , .. .itizt wmmmwmxwmmxmxwwwwxmwxwm A 5 Nw' : s Q Q Ii? Jimi. wx Q x..x m A x.Nx,x X xxxxxx K ,'.-,,- W f-" W M--XX Q k,,,f,:,wA351,f.-, qw-Q -- A Mk, Y Mww,w,,,4,,,f .A .w N X ':Ss:52a':EsI1?g 1: ' usa?- Xx , 'ff YWEQ.-Zi 133--,' , W , "Shy: 11 SAS 5212 fi x gf, H: g, wwf? if- gp., ik.: I 5. J -,fbfi ,, , MK Q X X X cn n-4 if 2 x S .Q QQ 5- Q ik :':5:5:53:5:: . X . . 2. TX g:V,g,,1:1Q g . 1 , ww? 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Work in Education, Harvard. -, SUPERINTENDENT ' s Q Q , 1 ig fi ,fax 'I ' mm.. . , T ffziriiiff S 35 Q.. 1, X X W .,...,.,.xN N W i.ix A N Wwwmxwxwwwxmmwmmw X 6. 1 2 E U ef' "" ' " " "A' S , ,5 . , 1 1 . 5 - 1 1 if 3 1' il, lil ' , , 153 m I PROF. C. H. WOODRUFF, A. B. University of Arkansas V PRINCIPAL . lg 11i11i::..,gii111'iii:1':Liz:.4,Qgffjiig..:5:5:i:5f5i5"1f::i:"' S3531 fr-M ..... , .......... S ISIS" - . . . ' ,M .,,,. ,.,,.. .,..w ..,,.,,,,, , ,,,,,.. M ...,. . ..,,..,., .... ,,,,,, 1, F , .......... "'A" W '-'Y-g-- f' NIT MISS ELLA J. PETERSON State Normal School St. Cloud, Minn. Thomas Normal Training School Detroit, Mich SUPERVISOR OF MUSIC :z 5,2- a" xx, ..... ,.,. .......... . ..,. ....,,,.....,..,........, . , . 1,..1..:, '-"- f Q X x iii XX x 1 , ,f f ' .I x iff: '--------- gg 1, ffigiii-2:5555 5 ' ' -,Q : : :sssasuaiee Q -7 N ,, ,,,,,,., ny . Qg?.,,,1 ,.. S I.. I MISS DAISY NICHOLS St. Mary's Convent, Denison Texas VISITING TEACHER ,A AAA,A,,AA, , ,..,,.,,.,, ..........,V..V...,.,, rm V... 1 ., ...... l ..... .... ..... . . , Jw: ........ WMM V A ,,1i111 i ..,...:. Xi: PROF. C. J. SHAFER, Pg. B., B. S. Valparaiso Umversity Valparaiso, Ind. SCIENCE io.. .f Q-i f .S ' rv. - "-""' :::.:::zp:'g'::QQg.5k S W.....W...WNWMX-N...www.11x1Q:r:QQI:Q:fI:fffr.ffl.:I:rffmffwlfflI::IQrm.mxxwe:51.ex:mwwlmf-::ff::...:f::::::'::::f::- Nwzw x X A - :.:f.--mx: X. ....,..,. ,,,,,..,,. ...... . . .M ..... . ......... I...-.,. ..., .. .. gg 1 MQ. X 3 5 A wWWmWmxMww..:.-.mxwm xNaNw.w, . , , .X 5 Q Mow , E SE XS X X XS MISS ELINOR McPHEETERS, M. S. Synodical College, Fulton, Mo. A. s. M. College, Stillwater, okm. DOMESTIC SCIENCE It 213. Xa 5: S : :si Qli s 845 i'El 'IEE fix 13. Sei H., , , 51,5 E If 52 : E ,E Ai ii S x us iii, wi: E355 S55 - E SQ 5 EE V is 3521 E ,,,.,,,.,. . 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MATHEMATICS 'VQQ ' iff 'Q .i':i: llsmm i, 'lv X S - QE,1:.EF'iSn I NX Q X ...- A .1 SQ. .2 .Q X3 si is,l Wei 55-e , i , Q Q MRS. S. M. DAVIS Iowa State Normal School STUDY HALL W-w3......,... MISS NELLIE JANE, McFERRON A. B. University of Oklahoma ENGLISH .six 4.l....., ,,.... . .l....... ,.... S .,.. .,,,,. l , ,,,,,..,,., I ' ' " S Sitttttitttg SN PROF xx m i W-1"-N--'T T1 ...,. . --1 we X . W H. PLEASANTS, B. A. Maryville College Maryville, Penn. MANUAL TRAINING MISS JEWEL PATCHELL B ! 4 University of Oklahoma LATIN . .... mmm f ' e--'--'--'-'-ff--f--f--'- f--'ff f'-f'-f f""'-"f "-f f f f f ...... .....2::f?Q,L3:::::::.,::.:::::::::::.::... """ Iliff? 3 .w ' tx SX EN N is S iii :N EX :X A N ix fx SX X is X FN fx 'S N 'X N A ix S 5? R X N X ZW? I SN? ai 535 Q ws Q 23 SX ii N SX Ig? -Q N ESR 2 ax 2 A i X -1 is an .. 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F--Qmxf .aura--W ',,, H ,.,.,. fy . - 4 j -- v '- ..Ifff..f..f .... iiflii1il.111ll"..'.lZZ".'fE'.E""" If ' 2 ' ' ' 'uw' . ..K,,. . ,,,,,, ,,,,, , , THOMAS RATLIFF PRESIDENT OF SLNIOR CLASQ Class Pres1dent 14 15 16 Football Choral Club 14 15 16 Glee Club Operetta B k tb l " as e al 141116 17 Sergeant atArms of P1er1an Soclety 17 Senlor Play 17 , J. , : 4 Q 1 ' 1 1 -1 . L. - 1 -1 -1 . Y Av n . 1 1 y s 1 s Y v . --9 . Q ' ' ' 1 . V . ' y v 1 'N - y n - I l - 11.1 - ' A... f- W . .- ,.., ,,,.,, ,,,,, 1.1, ,, A, D ' 2.4 5 ' ' ' 'jf f-1-- - '--- - -ff ff-f'f-- f ---- ff--V ----W -.--.,.w- .,.. , , ,,,..... . ..,..v ,Nm-m,.Q .... , Q I . i 1 0 . N ,F K .. . .:::.:.: grf , 11:11 , , , ALICE KAHN Philomathean, Choral Club, Operetta, '16g Senior Play, '17. 3 s 4 ' , - s - sig igifligljlxigl QS il f' 155 f K j Xl E ' 5 L....-q........,....,...,....,.....l ............-.,...-.ww E l .,,. ..... l 4' "That knows not how to cipher what is writ in learned books." l LORENZO LOVE Tennis, '14g Glee Club, Operetta, '14-'15-'16- '17g Oratorical Contest, '17g Football, '16-'175 Quartette, '17. "All studies here I solemnly defy." 1 EULA MAE DOAK Pierian, Glee Club, '15. Give me leave to speak my mind." P K .1-. . .weig- ,,.. ,K -' ,V RT l ali ll? l 1 l 7 1 S 1 E54 of . 1 . J. L Lrrrr Llrr 7 x , W , , AWN.. , jjjjnj --3? 3-- ""'i'L-T-.1""T'..Z. 5 .ff 5 - EE: -5. 1 ':::t::' , .... , ,...,,....,...,..... ........,... , . ...1.. .., L . .. .,... ,,... 1 ggaa-nag: 2 'I be af - ' - '3,2iEi9:3!iiE5 fs' l Q, gf' , Y. MARY LEE Pierian Normal Training Class. "Dcvise Wit, write Den' for I am for whole volumes in folio. SALMON WILLIAMS Pieriang Basketball '14-'15-'16-'17' Football "He hath not eat paper as it were' he hath not drunk ink. NANNIE MAE PACE Plerlan Basketball Choral Club 14 15 16 Operctta 16 17 Glee Club 17 Semor Play 17 Crlterlon Staff 17 Some to the studlous umversltles , ' ' . 1 1 -v v . r ' x f y ' 1 - 1 -v . 1 . ' v 1 v 1 Y . ' ' 1 y 1 n - H . . . . ,, 1 i rl, "' ,,,..ET..,...... , ,,,, ,,,,-" L ..,... .,.,---JL, .mme.,,1,w-wm...,.fl .... 1 mama... E . L?.,mW,:A.:v--Y I . ' b 7 , ' gt' .1 E - iigggf Q ,,.. l ll Y Track, '14-'15-'llig senior Playy, '17. ' I ,. , , , 1 Q '17. .. , I ,nfs K ' A - 2: . 5 51 i ff' HAZEN CHANDLER Philomatheang Glee Club, Operetta, '14-'15-'16 "Though I am not bookish, yet I can read." STANLEY BROWN Vice-President Class '14-15-'16-'17' President of Pierian Society 175 Football '15- 16- 17' Operetta 15' Business Manager Criterion 17' Business Mana- ger Senior Play 17. Sleeps easily because he cannot study. FRANCES GORMAN' Secretary of Class Operetta, '15-'16-'17' Sec- retary of Pierian Society, '16' Choral Club 14 15 Glee Club 15-16-17 Orchestra 14 15-16-17' Senior Play 17 Editor Criterion Well read in poetry and other books, good ones Ill warrant ye. 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 u 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 . 5552. 5 ,,,, ,,,,,,,A,,.,, Z ,,,, ,,,,,, . , . . . X .-- ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,g,,,,,,, , , , ,,.,,,, ,,,,,,.J dig :ff ' xxvff t -- 'f - 5 ,, ,155 ls,s sEiE g,....., , ,...l s l - ,Q 15 .. ,1 n ,isl , a,-il if 1 ,-' mel 1 l ,E li ,. Fi: I JEWELL MUSGRAVE 5 Pieriang Choral Club, '15g Librariang Senior Play, '17. "This Senior-Junior, giantfdwarff' DAVID HOOVER Picriang Basketball, '17g Glee Clubg Mixed Chorus, '17g Senior Play, '17. fl "What do you read, my lord? Words, words, Q words." ., CLEMMYE LEE KING W Pieriang Choral Club, '17. "Cunning in music and mathematics." - ..1., - --l-A-- -A--- --laal - - 'dn JS: k. V s ,, N Qgviigilhis l A" 'hsufii I S L . ct . . CORA DYER Basketball, '15-'16-'17, Choral Club, '15, Ora- torical Contest, '16g Representative in Tennis at Durant, and Expression at Norman, '17: Chairman Pierian Program Committee, '17, Senior Play: Criterion Staff, '17. "My language! heavens! I am the best of them that speak this speech." LA RUE MOORE Pieriang Basketball, '17, Senior Play, '17. "He was quick metal when he went to school." ODESSA BELLOWS Plerlan Normal Tralnlng Class She has a mind that envy could not but call air f-in E gil ,,,, fs 1. H .... 53.1.3 Lg.: ....,..., 55:53 , , f x A i' mv X!! APALAHONA HYDEN Pieriang Glee Club, '16-'17: Operetta, '16-'17, Senior Play, '17. "In Nature's infinite book of secrecy, a little I can read." JAMES BOONE Philomatheang Basketball, 'l7. "He had rather see the swords and hear the drums than look upon his schoolmasterf' RUBYE GWIN N Pieriang Choral Club, '14-'15, Glee Club Oper- etta, '16-'17, Senior Play, '17. "Now set thy long experienced wit to school." .S ., . ...... E, is La .,.? eMmarm..e .....',.-. : .ff.f:,,. .,..:. e fm: ......::- ,1.,. 5 .rearra- J " 1 it -f: - --:xg L 'ir ii is ,, 'El if Q, 1 1 1, Qgi 5 3 is .. . . .:::::::::::.'--'-':-H'zz::..g..::.5::-'-'7"':'it 4 E ' E.5i 25551 5 CAROL DAUBE th . . .,.,,., -22... . ,..,. 1 fy.. ,:.1, 14' Criterion'Staff 17' Senior Play 17. Ill not be tied to hours or pointed times but learn my lessons as I please. ARTHUR CARPENTER Class Yell Leader' Vice-President Philoma- thean Society 17' Senior Play 17. Read here young Arthur. OPAL REED Philomatheang meet Club, operenta, '14-'15- '16g Normal Training Classg Oratorical Contest, '17. "I can sing, weave, sew and I will undertake all these tp' teach." xl I N rl: X ,ni K X ' - X S , xxx I Scrrctary of,PiL'rianl Society, '17g Operetta, Y! , 1 ! ,.,.,, ,J X A'AA'1l 1 1-2111l1'i'1111 11A '11"'i11' i --' W-lfi- T iff ""' '.f:,1Q "" , , n -X ,"f'iiTiQQ11iiiEESf"ffiifi1:EfiTE1f11:EEEf1 ,.,, ,A S, M ,-if1,ip1T.::'ff-1,i31,,1,f,,, ,ff 'iii 'fifi , .,,.,.... , ............ W.. ,.Y........ S, ,.,...... .. ..,............ . .,,. . ,...... NWNNNNL , iigsisifgees ' I R t .. Z X .. l OSSIE DANIELS Philomatheang Baske-tba11,A'i4l'16-'17, win- ner of General Excellence Medal, '15g Senior Play, "17. "Nay, I do bear a brain." CASSIUS BYRNE Philornatheang Football, Track, '14-'15-'163 Stage Manazer Senior Play, '17g Busi- ness Manager Criterion, '17. "Yon Cassius has a lean and hungry look, he thinks too much." xg 1 1 I ELEANOR ANN SLOUGH Q , "For your writing and your reading, let that Q. appear when there is no need of such vanlty ei 59, 4 S Pieriang Senior Play, '17. jr 1,3 V, Nl iv, I 3 al- 1 .-, A""' qqfff ut "' 'fill ... of :. N . FLORENCE REDFLELD I Pieriang Criterion Staff, Senior Play, '17, 3,2 Carter County Spelling Contest, '17, fi: Salutationg Librarian. ' "Pick out my eycs with a ballad-maker's ' - pen." ii' g MELVIN COLEMAN P Pieriang Basketball, '16-'17, Operetta, '15-'16, Tennis, '16, Oratorical Contest, '16g Foot- ball, '17, Glee Club, Quartette, Cri- terion Staff, '17g Athletic Man- ager of Pierian Society, '16. l ' "Some strange commotion is in his brain, he i bites his lips and starts." I ,se I V' lv! , 7 4 sl i J 7 4 121, LUCILLE SCIVALLY j Pieriang Normal Training Class, '17, Do- mestic Science Prizes, '15-'16g Senior X Play, '17, . ,E V a. "You sha.ll go see your pupils presently." lg - tze ..f..f::f: .1f. eq f:.ff V, .sfsf I " f E Mllwuusuumwea- -'fA-' J -'-AA t--k W , , - - me- N i Y . 'f ' Vfrr- 1 1' T "iT"i'i11t1:11,,4212121121211 ,,., t,,.t,,,1lL,t .,.1L11:1,,,i:z1E:.,:g::-:,g,,EE:E:EE?-, 545 . N ' ' .,.....,.........,.,,.. W., ....,.,,. ......... . ,,,,,,....,,,,.,.. .,.,, , , ,.,.,k,,,.. , Q 13 Q J . , . 1 X -jx. '?SiiQEEf:5?E5'i i - ' Q N .. ,,.,, . ' EMMA LLOYD SMITH L Oratorical Contest, 'l4g Chairman Dramatic E23 Club of Pierian Society, 'l7g Senior '55 I Play, '17. gg 5 "My brain, more busy than the weaving -E spider, weaves tedious snaresf' gi Eli' I Q! .. 1 if l Ei ii . ' -. li 1, LEON TRICE Pieriang Track, '15-'16-'173 Basketball, 15116- '17g Football, 16-'17g Representative in Tennis, '17. "My tough Senior, why tough Senior?" l JENNIE MYRA HALFRED Philomathean' Glee Club 14- 15' Valedic- torian. I can say little more than I have Judied. '1 .. . ....1..-Anal y .st i I r w ' r 1 y I 1 I ll G 11 W w w li I ' J u t be ,.,,... , . . 1.1 er . . fa n l'?""'l""fI'W-" " 'l""fff, f" LW' bwigifggif' "ph ' . . . Q . Eefzgz ,: ' ' I 1, it 1: 2 3 if ,W S I T 3 BEVIE CLOWDUS Pierian' Choral Club 15' Operetta. 15-16 Glee Club 15 Keep thy pen from lenders books ROY ASHLEY Plerlan All h1s faults observed, set in a note book, eonned, and learned by rote" OPHELIA DORRAH Philomatheang Glee Club, Basket-Ball '14-'15 "Not lean enough to be thought a. good Student" I W ,,,, . ., ,Q :My . . . I I Y 1 w f - , , ,f., .... , "'N 'L" ,f,, . .,, ..-., -E -, R E J, .gy ,A H 4 5 SSVESQ L gh 351 X! K x MABEL HENDON Philomathean. "And VVhat's Her History? A Blank." F ELIX BODOVITZ Pieriang Senior Play '17. "The gentleman is learned and a most rare speaker." 1 LETA JOE THOMAS Pierian' Criterion Staff 16. I dare not speak' Ill call for pen and ink and write my mind. ' , U .... zztxnwamneuu. ..,..,. . ,.,' . -P - -' ' 1 ,, t.t,. - V fl . . .Q ,L i " - N ,4 ya 1 I 1 si ga ' 1' xv! GEORGIA JOHNSON Pieriang Choral Club, '14, "All alone shall live wlthin the book and volume of my brain." JESSE LASLEY Pierian: Orchestra., '17. "His notebook, his counsel-keeper." ANNA SUE MAYFIELD Pleriang Normal Training Class, '17. 'All dedicated to the bettering of my mind." "1 '-r::::f:::.: ... ....,. .-,. . S--.N .. : --------- M ---f- an Ns, 'E 3 yiiiisesrsfsiw 1 I III!ll.-n- -. ------ -L . ----..-- I I I 4' alll" "'ll- ':, lll ' ll"llll 1 .l,I'--nllll--'ll.. up llllll-I-l-ll llllll I - - -.--I-. , .IF nlllli llllu,ll- .L.'lll.l gal? Ig-.-," dl'lllll". 1ll.ll'l li ..xllllllll llllll4' l'.lll-lll lllllln'1l. 'gkV'l'llll lllla .l'lllllll 'I-llllllsxil ,5f'llllll 555 llllll .l.lllllll' ,X lllllllfnfl- 5-,Ill-I-I --l.l'I1 4l4llllllll A, lllll.llll.l, AL.,--'I ,,A4 lllllllllllk ,AA lllilll--llfl-K-is ,.,..l ...Af lVlllllllll'R' 'lllllls'l.lh1l .--- I ,v .nigga-l-I-l-I-l-lr! ' B 1 lil.l.l-I-I-lilriil' , - I ll I I 'r A'l'A-h.l'l-l'l-l-1' ul 'III-l'lil-lain'-I "x I ' ' A'.l' lIllIl - '- , lllll nn '- .I -VA-IIIIII' Q f V lllllIll1L .l l.-t llllll - 3 lllll un I , 'lr' l l-III-l-I-l-Il 1 X 'll-I-l-I-I-l I L I.. K I . u'.nau:nu-:nn f lIllllll,l Il I -un lnlnlnuu , lllllll lil. I- Allllllllll ' """'L llllIIllllll S Class Prophecy gsm, Q55 s . Ten years have passed since '17, When we, the Seniors, ruled supreme, What has happened to us the bold, S We in verse will try to unfold. :if First on docket comes Nannye Maye Pace, iii From her the lives of forty we must trace, Nancy is a stenographer fair- She chews gum and frizzes her hair. Stanley, who was always a charmer, Has turned out to be a scientific farmer. Frances Gorman is a newspaper reporter, And they say her income more than supports her. X . Cassius is a Ford mechanic, He keeps car owners in a panic. Carol, who always marriage did chide, Has changed her mind, and is now a bride. X 'J Q David, our English Lord, is Minister to Rome , And Musty is triumphantly the head of his home. Lorenzo is professor of dramatic art, Salmon an agent for the CROW-ELK HART. 7 I 152. 5 , g N .....,,,.......,. ----.- . 5 'EVE S 5 it slr N X S x N Ny Q, N Sf xi' if SE M Xi ge N gs if SS? sig 2 X Q 5 N Ei -E iss 3 ,SE ,si 2-5 1 . we 1-X Mi W .....r ...... .. ......... ..,.,.......,w..,....c,,..,t,w.,...,..,.,.....,.. .... ....t ,... . X ...N ,.c. ... .... css...s.s..s.s ...,.c. r SX is y5al..,t..s.,,.e..:,s.g,,T:.H........,,.s.....,M e F-N s .N - s S uunuut 'ff 'ff ""' ii Iiifl R u ss!! .. 1 s 'I Mary Lee and Sue Mayfield are suffragettes, And when stump-speech-making, are at their best. Opal, a school teacher, deals the kids fits, And principal of this school is Felix Bodovitz. Ophelia Dorrah, who captures all men's hearts, Has never grown tired of practicing her art. Leon Trice as a civil engineer, Is quite renowned farand near. Ruby is a rival of Geraldine Farrar, And in Grand Opera she is now a star. James is in court a judge, And all the ladies bribe him with fudge. Jennie Myra, who always followed the golden Is now the principal of Ardmore High School. When fortune decided his fate, A minister of Roy she did make Leta and Georgia, these devoted chums Are traveling saleswomen for' chewing gum Thomas, who made speeches of all nature Is now the Baby of the Legislature A Red Cross nurse is Alice Kahn And they say there's none better in the land Jesse, when in High School a violin player Now holds the office of city Mayor. .And superior to Mary Pickford by far Lucile, who had excellent lessons every day I think now her last name begins with an "A Chief in Music was Mabel Hendon She still plays pieces that are heart-rending. Hazen, Whose eyes were so fascinating Now holds the record on the rink for skating rule i 7 l Y Cora, with her curls, is a movie star, 7 79 7 3 Awe: .::f. !i5!?'222: ..:::.. 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Of these prophecies, this be the conclusion, Leaving Pala and Arthur in mad confusion. --P. H. SL A. B. C. S ,,',. 2 .-'lk gag sg .. U: .- ,,--,-,,,A,,f- ---'--f'-f-f'-f -'-""' ' ' H 'igatzgtexxx x W "Tix - Y V S x .M MW xqXxl,xi...Nx,Nx-..xl::i:lxvN t ,W xxxxxxxxx A x,xx,,, .5 .::.. xg ws,.,,,.m ::::.... .x ,,,. ..... ....,. . .,..::::::f::::..--. A - . ,A.-,.,.- .,........... , X 7 -x-- , ..... , W .x.x mst. vkxs New ef g . X: Y xx.x . ,x..x. .,,.,,... . ., xx,x.,x .M ...,. , ....,. N is , Wessmmx f---- I -21 --" 11 --'-" X , X jp ...W Q A wx :sl-:e" :-. -Y S llnnrlllll Senior Class Will Being of sound mind and disposing memory, we, the Senior Class of 1917, realizing that the days of our sojourn within the walls of A. H. S. are fast drawing to a close, and knowing that the class of well meaning but slow thinking young people, who are known by the title of Juniors, are the rightful, though ignorant and unsophisticated heirs to all the great dignity, authority and unparalleled mentality possessed by the Seniors, desire to make, publish, and declare this, our last will and testament in favor of the Junior Class of '18, bequeathing to them a number of valuable and timely gifts, along with much sound advice, gained by the Seniors, often under most unpleasant circum- stances, from their great experience in worldly affairs. We trust that the Juniors will accept this generous heritage with proper humility of spirit, as becomes those who must realize that they seem childish and lacking in gray matter, in comparison to their benefactors, the Seniors of '17. ARTICLE I. Section 1. The Senior Class of '17 bequeath their happy home, better known as the Senior Hall, located on the southwest upper right hand corner of the Ardmore High School, to the Junior Class of '18, to- gether with all appurtenances thereunto belonging, to-wit: A large assortment of beautifully hand-carved desks, which, being permanently unscrewed from the floor, may be moved from one side of the room to the other, when change of environment is desired, one wire waste-paper basket, which is always placed in the aisles, so that it is convenient for worried Seniors to stumble over, when in haste or otherwise, and, last but not least, the "Board of Education," carved and engraved by the Class of '17, and which is used to discipline Seniors who forget them- selves so far as to attempt to study while in the Senior Hall. A Section 2. The Seniors leave to the Juniors a large assortment of "Junk" consisting of one umbrella, minus two ribs and a handle, seven overshoes, assorted sizes, five tennis shoes, seventeen empty ink bot- 2? if z Z YZ X . QW fi 'Z W ff z f is SE x s S , S R S S s S 'X WWWHW X X S S EE as llfflwfffri A -s W is ug SSE smxx t: . , ..... ...- ,t s --.--. --.---, . --.--. ..... MW. . .... ..,..,. ,,,,.,,, .,.,. , , ,W as . .... ..,....., ..,. ,... . . N e ..,.,.,,.....,.. , ,Wy Q 2 S --"- ' , X Sw, xv. XX f vv.. ...-- . H ,-,.,, ...,. 'ss ,,.. .. .. f'Q!!tj'1Qj1jj'31j'? "-'A ' "" 11111 '---,""--,-- - I ' N X s x 1 NN X i QS x X X :sas li: .i R53 ii? , ,, ll! Ui Ti eg . ll I l MQ iw N . x , tles, and one corn-cob pipe. Value these highly and part with them only under straightened circumstances. When cold cash is an immediate necessity, a neat sum may be realized from a bargain sale of these antique heirlooms. ARTICLE II. Section 1. I, Thomas Ratliff, President of the Senior Class of 1917, do hereby will and bequeath to you, John Thompson, my calm and authoritative manner in settling disputes between my classmates, my pleasing smile and the privilege of always having the last word in every argument.-- Section 2. Aline Skipworth, I, Jewell Musgrave, leave to you the secret of my facility in captivating the largest and handsomest boys in school. Keep this in mind, opposites attract opposites, and never let anyone tell you that the Baby Doll Girl of four feet eleven inches is not the original heart-breaker. Just look at Mary Pickford, and then, there are others! .e Section 3. Jerome Alexander, accept from me, La Rue Moore, the task of keeping a laugh going at all times and under all circumstances in the study hall, so that no Senior shall contract that disease known as the "B1ues." I Section 4. I, Cora Dyer, bequeath to you, Addie Wolverton and Geneva Lykins, seventeen different ways to dress your curly locks, one water gun to prevent all thought of study in your vicinity and one per- fectly good will of your own. Section 5. "Speed, and the world speeds with you, creep and you creep alone," I, Roy Ashley, leave you, John Bunn, my perfectly good motto. In order that you may live up to it successfully I advise you to practice tortoise chasing. Section 6. Not without some regret, I, Pala Hyden, relinquish to Laurel Hoffman and Francis Thyng my much envied position as Boy Killer and Heart-breaker of the Senior Class. Follow my example, and you will have as much success as I have had. Section 7. .yVe, Cassius Byrne, Nannie Maye Pace and Ossie Daniels, give these Juniors, Bessie Spencer, Ruth Warren and Glen Parks, the inestimable privilege of creating the inspiring and soul stirring perfume, arising from the highly sensational experiments we perform in the laboratory. Section 8. Know ye, that Florence Redfield and Lucile Scivally name as their successors in the originating of Senior fads, Katherine Adams and Gussie Leigh Hayden.. Section 9. I, Stanley Bruce Brown, otherwise known as Slew- foot, .Heart-breaker, or Bear, leave to you Claude Havens, my wild, untralnend laugh, the only one of its kind in captivity. Keep it, cherish it, practice It diligently, and you will win for yourself the love of all of your class mates. There is only one drawback to this laugh-it is un- mlstak-able and, therefore, gains a few dozen demerits a day for its 5k,,..-. 1:T..:..Q.:' "e' i if , l ',,,,,,,, ..,, .u,........ ..,. - -wan-2 .,. .,.. ......,.,......,. ..,. a .,.,,. ,... -..........., ....... -..Mig ,..t J :g:..... ,,,, "' ,J , sbs ' Es 'S X ' owner, but then, who dares for a few demerits? CI will also leave you, if you accept the lauglfl, one pair of shoes to fit a yard of feet.l Section 10. We,f,Dessa Bellows and Bevie Clowdus, relinquish unto you, Alpla Bell Clark and Bonnie Duston, the rlght to form a con- tract with Frame Drug' Company for position as living .models for all anti-fat preparations, representing before and after taking. . Section 11. Thomas Norman, I, Felizg Bodovitz, name you their tg the facility with which I accumulate demerits, also one complete pony of Cicero. ' Section 12. To our youthful under-studies Lorene Poulter and Hettie Lee Davenport, we, Ruby Gwinn and Clemmye King, relinquish our rights of giving lectures on "Fashion." Said lectures are to be de- livered daily with fitting illustrations. Section 13. I, James, give you this boon, Simon Kahn, that you may sit in a sequesteredseat in the Study Hall, surrounded by the most popular girls, and be envied by every boy in the entire class. Follow this rule and success is sure: "Shun fame, flee from it, and it iwill be showered upon you." . Section 14. Beatrice Everett and Letha Hancock, I, Hazen Chand- ler, hereby will you the right of flirting outrageously, and my most becoming blush, caused by my magnetism for "Burns," ' Section 15. Auction sales must be held in order to dispose of the superfluous property of the Seniors, so, James Pullman and William Ratley, this privilege now becomes yours from your benefactor, David Hoover. The money received from such sales is to be the personal property of the auctioneers. Section 16. If Alice can't who Kahn will unto you, Eloise Sandlin and Ivy Giddens, the art of obtaining something for nothing? Buy or borrow, but never work, and life will be one sweet dream-until exam- inations! f Section 17. I, Melvin Coleman, possessing the rare looks and talent which make a real "reel" star, pass unto you, Walter Baker, the same along with one-sixteenth of a bottle of paint, and one book, "How to get into the Movies." Section 18. I, Leta Joe Thomas, give unto you, Ruby Wilson and Margaret Galt, my ability to successfully shun Dame Folly. 3 Section 19. I, Arthur Carpenter, shower upon you, Vivian Pres- nall, my love for blue-eyed damsels fwith the ability to sing sopranol, my knack for swelling the Senior treasury, also the privilege of'giving the alarm when the enemy is about to invade the Study Hall. Section 20. From Mabel Hendon and Georgia Johnson, Alma Brooks and Loyd Landrum and Gypsie Bradberry, you receive the be- quest of utter ignorance of boys, our assuming manner and talkative ways. Section 21. No feather-edge for you, Robert Harrison, if you are to follow in the footsteps of your illustrious Leon Trice, and profit by the example of my glorious achievements in athletics. Know ye that I iffliififfii ""' ,..... ,nmui-ln1.::':::,:',,, ...... 1 , ........ E 5 -'ei , , t ,gy ,,.,. v .fxx Xxx N' SEEN his ze rg, t ' ,. XXNQSIESX. x..- - --LSNX D N the basketball, football and tennis racket that I leave you will profit you nothing if you have not long hair, for, like Samson, my strength lieth in the length of my hair. Section 22. Maurine Easley and Louise Wall, I, Frances Gorman, will unto you, respectively, eleven note books filled with the "Regrets of an Editor," and the privilege of never having to have a pass. Section 23. We, the undersigned, leave you, Gladys Holland and Frances Jones, tlie extreme pleasure UD of having the teachers" side of the question. Signed: Sue Mayfield, Mary Lee and Jessie Lasley. Section 24. David Dawson, I, Salmon Williams, better known as "Fish," present you with the interesting occupation of official admin- istrator 'of the "Board of Education," and keeper of the Senior Prison. Section 25. Jewel Holt and Vyda Jackson, accept from Jennie Myra Hallford an unlimited amount of knowledge, the result of the four years of steady absorption. Section 26. I, L. T. Love, do hereby give, devise and bequeath to my worthy disciples, Neal Farrel and Lois Scivally, my dignified bear- ing, my gracious smile and my full knowledge of courtship, along with my ability to orate, and six books on "David Garrickf' I Section 27. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: We, Emma Lloyd Smith, and Eula May Doak, make known as our heirs the dill-pickle twins, Florence Vernor and Mary Ringer, who shall inherit our gen- erosity. Divide with every member of the class, and if ever "in a pickle" from being caught eating one by the science teacher, give some to him and your demerits shall be few. Section 28. Jokes are the spice of the Senior life, so, Frances Luke, Selma Bodovitz and Jimmie Stark, accept from Opal Reed and Annie Slough the task of fun-makers and joke-crackers, also the joys that come from putting "pep in pepper." Section 29. Lillian White and Gladys Martin, I, Carol Daube, leave to you one hogshead filled with briefs, manuscripts and papers, to prove the stand taken by me on the subject of Woman Suffrage. Section 30. Ophelia Dorrah wills Pansy Petty, Irma Muller and Floy Weeks the satisfaction of always having the last word when dis- agreeing with teachers, and one friendly smile to be displayed when the aforesaid teachers-become what is known as "peeved." ARTICLE III. .Section 1. We, the Seniors, hope that the Juniors may receive these bequests with fitting gratitude, and remember, Juniors, that you'll never have more fun in your life than you will have when you are a Senior in A. H. S. CSignedJ "THE SENIORS" Witnesses: ELINOR MCPHEETERS, D. S. LILLIAN BISHOP, E. D. This 17th day of May in the Anno Domino, Nineteen,H1:'1dred and Seventeen, at three A. M. .s KN nr X X s s ws: S. S: S. s W4 My 52? Z? 1:55 .Egg M4 MF Wg ya fl 72 as 72 ff Q? ff W fi ff . Z Z I Z If Z2 Z2 if if Zz ZZ .2 w s S 3 :ss W ESS Xa egg S is ses vi Us S l 5 S SS ..-.---.-.-W.-W-.--V-.....-W..-X.. Nw . ..Mw..M........W.......W.ww.m.-........---X..W,.,........................ as-s Q X 1 N 3 - .. X W ...sms X N .Nc , X , , X , X XFX sw SY t 5 N ..... , ...... . ..,..........,...... .. W ...... .... - ................ .,......, . . . -., .....,......... . ...,.. ,..... . . Wwswsmww -sf -X Q 5 ss X A so xXx-x--xXX x ,,q si fi NX 2-dx, ,.... - .1 , x Q S 7 ' 7 f , 'aTllnin..lllll'lh'all'llllln . 4 A t Cl W ill ESTEEMED UPPER CLASS MEN: It is both a joy and a sorrow to us, the Seniors to be, that we behold you making your last prepara- tions to leave this, your Alma Mater, to seek foreign ports. A sorrow, to see leaving old A. H. S. a class of true, patriotic, wide-awake gradu- ates, but a joy in knowing that the great place you have attempted to fill, will be ably, aye, andsafmply, filled by the Senior Class of T0- morrow-a greater, better, superior class in every way. Even as the old must give way to the new, so has the Senior Class of Today to give way to a class far above you, a class of higher am'bitions, nobler senti- ments and greater industry. However, being somewhat "Unsoph1stl- cated," it is with much humility and gentleness that we accept the reins of the "Dignifled Government," accompanied by your most cher- ished worldly goods and sound advice. ARTICLE I. Section 1: We assure you that we will be more than pleased with our new home, as the task of enlightening your co-partners in ignor- ance, the Freshmen, has become rather monotonous after nine long months. Section 2. The "Junk" is also gratefully received, as it will help swell our junk pile, which also consists of many heirlooms, some of X which have been lost by such close companionship with the lower class- men fwho'?D The "Board of Education" we promise you will not be put to use, as no-one will attempt to study. The wisdom, which is-so generously bestowed upon us, is accepted with modesty and gratitude, "for wisdom is better than rubies, and all the things that may be desired are not to be compared to it." NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT KNOWN: That we, the members of the greatest class in all history, individually and collectively, do grate- X fully accept your most ample gifts, trusting that we may become worthy of them. .gi .wx fx . N. ...........-... ,..,....,,,... . .. ...,.,..,.,,.,.,..,......,,.,,...,,..... , ,.,,.,....,...,,,... , .M ,,,,..........,...,.............................,,.....,......,. ................,... ,..........., .......,...,,..,,..,,.,.,.., ,.,,.. ...,,...........,,.,, ,,...,c .. .. .. M W.....m...,....,.r., ' ' 2 Q X -fi .9 w ii :I T., . ,s ,. x PM ----- "',Y QW ,,,,. mmm... ..., , ':::.5.i5 .... U 5 f Q ' X f in I 5 3 1 P 1 V K il' ,Q ARTICLE II. Section 1. I, John Thompson, President of the Junior Class of 1917, accept with the utmost pleasure your pleasing smile, also the privilege of having the last word in every argument. I cannot use the calm, authoritative manner in settling disputes, as argumentation is not a characteristic of the Juniors. A Section 2. I, Aline Skipworth, am overjoyed to learn the secret of captivating the largest, best-looking boys, but ah! alas! of what avail is it, the secret's learned tooulate, they will all be gone when David and Stanley leave. section 3. Mr. La Rue Moore: Jerome Alexander wishes to thank you for your liberality in giving him the power to keep the class in an uproar. He promises you he will do this every day, and no one will suffer from the "Blues" when he is around. Section 4. We, Geneva Lykins and Addie Wolverton, rejoice to receive the eighteen new ways to dress our curly locks, as our twenty- seveniold ways were becoming tiresome. The possession of a personal will and a water gun may stir our patriotic souls and inspire us to answer our country's call and join the army. Section 5. I, John Bunn, accept the motto Roy Ashley so kindly bequeathed to me. If it is to be applied to studies, it should be vice versa. "Creep and the world creeps with you, speed and you speed alone," As for the tortoise chasing, I certainly hope to catch more than you have. 1 Section 6. We don't blame you for relinquishing with regret your position as Boy-killer and Heart-breaker, as you have met with such decided success. Our hopes are high for such success, as we have already shown unmistakable talent along that line. Signed: FRANCES THYNG, LAUREL HOFFMAN. Section 7. How can we, Bessie Spencer, Ruth Warren and Glen Parks, ever express our appreciation to you, Cassius Byrne, Nannie Maye'Pace, and Ossie Daniels, for the great vocation you have willed. No, we did not dream of occupying such a prominent position and of becoming heirs to the privilege of creating the inspiring and stirring Cwe cannot express how stirringj perfume which creates such a re- markable sensation. Section 8. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS, that Katherine Adams and Gussie Leigh Hayden accept the privilege of settling the Senior fads, such as appearing wise, wearing specs, and manipulating the "Board of Education." Section 9. Stanley, words are inadequate to describe that lauglhwhich I have so long coveted. With diligent practice through- out t e summer, I hope to give successful imitations next year. As to the draw-back, well, as you say, "Who cares for a few demerits?" Your offer of a pair of shoes to fit a yard of feet was exceedingly gen- L .1lIlZll.g .W ...,...., .r.. .... ............... M - .. ..... . . ......... 5,::.:: ......... , ..., 1 -Effie "- is V .X I N e s 5.5: 1' , .,,A AA,AA. . , res, :gi x erous, but I fear the shoes will require a great deal of stretching before I can wear them, you forget that feet come in several sizes. Section 10. Right graciously do we, Bonnie Duston and Alpla Bell Clark, accept the worn-out heritage to act as living modelsfor said drug company, hoping that when you go forth to foreign lands you may be blessed with as good a position as you so thoughtfully bestowed upon your betters. Section 11. I, Thomas Norman, being imbued with an element of maliciousness toward all demerit giving, do pray you, Felix Bodivitz, bequeath to me, your successor, the ability to get out of all finals, and needing no facility for contracting such demerits, I hope that said "Cicero pony" will never be needed by yours truly. Section 12. Lorene Poulter and Hettie Lee Davenport, the so- called youthful understudies of such fair ladies as Clemmye King and Ruby Gwyn, do hereby accept all the gifts and rights so generously laid at our feet, trusting that you, being ably relieved by us, will not be so long "miss"-ed, but live to see us fill the soon-to-be vacant office. Section 13. And I, Simon, who Kahn fulfill all vacancies by my Boone companion, Kahn and will follow, your directions, hoping that, by profiting by your mistakes, I may not be Kahn-ed from said se- questered seat. Though being undesirous C?J of fame and praise, I am in a fair way to follow in your footsteps. Section 14. We, Beatrice Everett and Letha Hancock, being already prime flirters in the making, do right gladly accept your noble rights and gifts, and though not suffering from an attack of "Burns," we hope to be as successful as you wish to be. Section 15. Master Mechanic, it is with hearty thanks that we, your heirs, accept this difficult task you have so gallantly willed to us. We, James Pulliam and William Ratley, give to you, David Hoover, our solemn word of honor to dispose of said superfluous stock to the best advantage, and keep a detailed account of said sale on a postage stamp, which, on account of the high cost of living, will not be thrown away, but used for future needs. Section 16. We, Eloise Sandlin and Ivy Giddens, who Kahn be thankful recipients of that famous recipe for success, do now ex- press our gratitude to our benefactor. We will strive to help you buck the waves of life, for, should Kahn be canned, who can, if we can't, re- lieve the canning of Kahn? Section 17. I, Walter Baker, being now' in need of sound ad- vice regarding some safe and sane profession, do hereby gratefully ac- cept your most ample gifts, hoping that, should you fail in your chosen profession, you may be physically able to at least be a "Coal-Man." Section 18. We also, Ruby Wilson and Margaret Galt, realizing fully the futility of chasing "Dame Folly," do now express our thanks to you, Miss Thomas, for your own formula of success. Section 19. And I, Vivian Presnell, your successor, accept your de- . , .... l..Il.Q.Q.f.,llllll,IQs:eQ2Q2f2...me. eree J ..... see... 1 Ass.....,.a..,...t... ::::..:......:..s.a:..: .... :l.::::fss..q....:4:: +1 , i ff X 11 C V 11 5 5 52 as E CQ Q s.. .:: E Q 0 H. 55 E me S 2 +a'.-. nk .CI 'U og "' :SU F Q Zmwg' 'W w E25 S gg' 525 gfeggaao 'Q an HB Cain as-'B HQEQQSZS E-1 229.00m ,v O OIIQJGGU2 f Hogm mtg 3 wE ao5N'!: 2 gsm 932523 :gag SSE Q ggvgggfio NJNJ O g,Qma,2pg':. 22 B-gi? gneaigec, Em aus gwvmneg 3 E P--gw ra, O-Q NEI.. 9.2 as. 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'K F 1 lightful accomplishments and tastes, as well as your famous foresight, believing that when you have made a home of your own, by utilizing your ability as a "Carpenter" you may look back to your days in Old A. H. S. with a feeling of justice, gained by a knowledge that your place here will be ably filled. Section 20. "Unsophisticated," did yimu seg? kWlLji, tfvlen dthat long word won't express it. We three, A ma roo s, oy an rum and Gypsie Bradberry, do hereby solemnly promise not to have any- thing to do with boys, Oh, Horrors, No! Section 21. I thank you, "Tricy," from the bottom. of my heart for the kind of advice in giving me my start, but, although an athlete E I feign would be, that would ruin my looks you see flong hair.J X Section 22. We, Maurine Easley and Louise Wall, hereby E accept from you, our benefactor, Frances Gorman, the small library on X the "Regrets of an Editor," and the privilege of never having a pass. s However, Frances, if your literary work keeps growing, we hope each s year it may become more of a pleasure, and that there will be no regrets. Section 23. The extreme pleasure f?J of learning the teachers' side of the question is truly our aim in A. H. S., so we, Gladys Holland, and Frances Jones, modestly accept from you Sue Mayfield, Mary Lee and Jessie Lasky, that special privilege. Section 24. I, David Dawson, accept from you, Salmon Williams, the privilege of keeping the "Senior Prison," and also the office of ad- ministrator of the "Board of Education," which position I shall try to fill as competently Q U as you have. -' Section 25. Four years of absorption! My, but you, Jennie 2 Myra Halford, ought to be "real.smart." We, Jewel Holt and Vyda Jackson, accept from you the unlimited amount of knowledge, so much in fact, that it will be absolutely unnecessary for us to study next year. is Section 26. What a heritage to be left to such innocent Juniors! But, L. T. Love, we, Neal Farrel and Lois Scivally, are already T? possessing such dignity as would become Seniors. However, we will appreciate the knowledge of courtship, as we are so innocent of this, 3 but you might give us a few private lessons on the subject. M Sc-igtioln 27.b Fail ble lit from us, Emima Lloyd Smith and Eula ay oa , to e ca e t e "Dill Pickle Twins," we, Florence Vernor and Mary Ringer promise to divide with the class Cproviding there is enough.J Section 28. Thank you, Opal Reed and Annie Slough, but we, Frances Luke and Selma Bodivitz and Jimmie Stark, are just naturally the Hpeppertlltrio, and we put the "red pep" into red pepper, our jokes are never en ing. Section 29.. Carol Daube, we knew you were a suffragette your whole being just breathes of independence, but you must remember Li ie"s--' QQLQLQLQLQELLEQZ i'i'i" r . " .... 1.:.:,:::uawr:"':::::::::::::: .zzzzrzfzzzxzgisi?-5 5 -Aff, , ----- xt. ' -""-"A" ""A ' ' '---" W' "-" M """-""'- ,sl A. X X that you have ardent admirers in that line, and we, Lillian White and Gladys Martin, shall try to set as shining an example as you have. Section 30. Be sure, Ophelia, that at 1 east one of us three, Pansy Petty, Irina Muller and Floy Weeks, will have the last word, that is settled now, as no teachers would even dare to attempt to have the last Word with us. Also, our smiles will be in profusion. . "f ARTICLE 111. ' Section 1. Now, therefore, we, the class of 1918, the assignees and guarantees in the above and foregoing instrufment, do hereby swear to faithfully carry out, fulfill and discharge al1.the obligations and duties said Junior class may have incurred in accepting all gifts made by the Senior class of '17, sincerely hoping that each and every one of the Sefiior Class may prosper throughout life 'in whatever endeavor they may follow. It is thus, with many thanks that we gratefully accept each and every gift so generously offered, giving in return to the Seniors, the assurance that their place in this High School will ably be filled ,by the Juniors, the Seniors of 1918. f. Signed, "THE JUNIORSJ' Attorneys: Norman, Jones, Easley. 'a?!1 '3 L ,s 41. Sas 91155 of! W, '359 """' Q 'if ".' .......... ...,.. , Tm., 13,1 . .,., .... .... . ..,,. - N ...., ,,,, s c , if R SX ik SS i'x QX SX .S S wx sg E 3 X25 :gr iii? t SE S x me Si: we Sis sis 5355 x N: X. 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But, Oh, if you could only have been with us! We are going to give it again soon for the benefit of the Red Cross Society, and I do hope you can see it then. The setting of the first act was an old fashioned boarding-house kept by Mrs. Jenkins, who was Emma Lloyd Smith, you know Emma Lloyd won a medal in Oratorical contest when she was a Sophomore, and has always been noted for her sympathetic elocution. Well, Mrs. Jenkins was a character part, and Emma Lloyd cer- tainly made a hit in it. She never smiled when her lines were funny and she didn't mind sacrificing her beauty, either. She is surely versatile. Alice Kahn was her hoydenish little daughter, she chewed gum, skipped rope, had some imfpudent remarks to make about every three minutes, and was wistfully pathetic when she asked Miss Margaret what it meant to be a lady. There were about four more characters in the boarding house Florabel, the poetess, Miss Louisa, Miss Mehitable Biddle and the cub reporter, Jack Brown. Nannye May Pace took the part of Florabel and amused the audience very much with her six line sonnet and her discourse on "aura," Miss Louisa with her Christmas gifts, inappro- priate and laughable, was also very amusing. We had never considered Lucille Scivally as especially like an old maid, but she certainly did put herself into her part and make the character live We hope all Suifragettes are not like Miss Biddle. Ossie Daniels slicked her hair back, stiffened hr backbone, put an absurd oratorical note into her voice and proclaimed her belief. Her conflict with Jack the cub reporter, was very amusing. Felix Bodovitz took the part and was as sincere and eager as one could wish. His ever-ready kodak All these characters have been humorous but towards the last a more serious tone was introduced. Arthur Carpenter as Gordon Clay and Annie Slough as Nan Worthington, discussed the coming strike in the factories of Mr. Norton, and Gordon suggested that Nan become his secretary, and endeavor to discover evidence which would enable should have caught some marvelously life-like expressions. ,., . f Y N X Q X X . . M.. i rkgshrni ,,.Ii1TJ'i "i,.1,.:,,f'5 """"' T313 ,QrQ,Q,i'1 ------ Q? E 1 ggwmmsbi M gh ...,, M ,IQQ 455 33, isE5.as5:s5:55ss s,e.. , ,..........,. , ,,.,,..., .,,,,,,,, . ,.,, I -. . Et Q . X Rig. Ji a s . xxgg .,,. X. them to force Norton to surrender. Arthur had a difficult part, he appeared very often and expressed many emotions, but his presenta- tions were uniformly pleasing. Annie Slough had a very strong part also, and her former training, coupled with her dramatic ability, made it a distinct triumph for her. The most appealing part of all was that of Margaret Byrnes, loyal and true. Cora Dyer was fortunate enough to be cast in it. She really deserved it however, and was a real success. She was not the conventional heroine, she longed for the pleasures she had lost when her fortune disappeared, but her sacrifice for her friend, Nan, her tender love for her brother Bob, and her real worth made her very appealing and interesting. Cora certainly did give a splendid characterization. Margaret's brother Bob was another likeable charace ter. His "altruism" caused him to flirt with the stenographer, but in his scenes with Delphine Norton, a college graduate, very much taken with the -"woman movement," he was sincere and delightfully in earnest. I forgot to say it before, La Rue Moore took this part and was so boyish and real that he made a big hit. The first act ended with a scene between Annie and Cora in which they watch the pictures in the fire. Annie for Nan, as she was in the play,J confessed that her dream was to find perfect love, and Cora promised to help her and be a true friend. This was one of the best scenes in the play. The second act opened with a dialogue between Nora, a maid, and Emmy Lou Norton, a little daughter of the factory owner, concerning the Goddesses, Venus and Minerva. Ruby Gwyn took the first part, and her brogue was certainly realistic. Jewel Musgrave fitted the part of the imaginative little Emmy Lou very nicely, and she was very appealing in her earnest affection for Bob. In this discussion, Nora decided that Venus was superior to Minerva, much to the amazement of Emmy Lou, who had imbibed many of her sister Delphine's ideas and, by the way, Carol Daube played that part in a way that surprised even those who knew that she possessed ability. All the humor, the passion and feeling belonging to her part she brought out in a masterful way. Her chagrin when Bob began to agree with her sentiments was comically real, and in her love for Margaret, the same sureness of touch was evident. The setting for the second act was a house party given at the Nor- ton home. A very amusing scene was the one between Peggy Gilbert CFrances Gorman,J who adored Browning, and Billy Best fThomas Ratliff,D with a soul set on football, but pathetically striving to please Peggy His mistakes and her exasperation were very real and funny. They were getting rather sentimental, when some others of the house party entered for a game of forty-two. These were Delphine, Margaret, Bob and Mrs. Allaire, the chaperone. I've described all but the last, haven t I9 Well, I took the part, but only had a few words to say, so I w1l1 hurry on. I do remember that I had to say that matrimony 7 H--H ,'t' 33Qiii31gig J 'tr' ..:.'.fj if ,r pw . "vp E1 . E E:E.E-ii E-SE X X Q X 52 . N 5 igiiwilzfiiii " W W' 'iiiiiiilfi i +535 .4 ..-ff . 5.5 ,.-' :5 i .ff g f y. Hyden,J an atheletic girl, who Delphine had feared would not be attractive to the men. On the contrary she was too attractive and Delphine and Peggy began to get jealous. ig 1 Lord,Algernon from England, provided some very flinny situa- tions with his little book and his monocle. David Hoover certainly did credit to his ability and training. was "a matter of mone " We were interruptedby Doris Hall fPala 5 Doris' speech, Csupposedly to the football teamj was very ex- ellently given, and provoked much favorable comment. ' Towards the end of the act, Mr. Norton, the selfish, heartless factory owner, was presented. Salmon Williams took this part, and although it was very difficult, he gave an intelligent portrayal. His scene with A-nnie, where he refused to give better buildings for the workers, and yet gave a large sum to a fashionable charity, was splendid. Annie found a letter proving Norton's dishonesty towards his ward, William Gordon, a tensemoment ensued, and the real climax was reached when Nan begged Margaret to give ,Gordon up, saying that love was sacrifice and that her hard life deserved a reward. Cora and Annie both were splendid here. The third act cleared up all the misunderstandings. Little Emmy Lou led the Delphine to "Mister Bob," and Peggy declared: that love for Browning was naught compared with love for Billy. Doris and Lord Algernon had another funny scene and he proposed, Jout Doris decided to be true to Uncle Sam. By the use of the letter which she found, Nan and Gordon Clay forced Norton to surrender to the de- mands of the factory workers. Gordon Clay was found to be William Gordon, the deceived ward of Norton. Nan proved that hercharacter was noble, by telling Cora that Gordon loved only her and that her own dream would come true in service to others. The last scene closed with a pretty scene between Margaret and Gordon. I know that excess postage will be charged on this letter, but I did want you to know about the play. Miss Bishop certainlymade it a success. Miss Lilly was a big help too, but the patience and care of both, with some faithful work on the part of the pupils, were generously rewarded. We believe it was the best play ever given, and if you could have seen it you would think so too. Write soon to your loving friend, FLORENCE REDFIELD. l Sy ll ' :. 3 W ...,, N.. 5 Q " eessllnnanr.. R' V, . flifx Ji5Es:.s 5'. Q , ' X - gf: - SENIOR CLASS PLAY March 30 1917 "The Dream That Came True" l-l.i.- S EEZ we :E VIE if 3 X I1 Nl X s 'D N" """ "D" "kkk X - f - .-.- 4- . r- ---f--"' - ,:.:: Q - - - ' :':':"'.- ,,,..,. Z.I'i'iI'.-ZZ-Zi' ----- ' f - ' N """ ' :rex '. :ri-:PE :ii- A ' "K"" ' X 1 2 X' f Xxifif ss xx l 1 4 Cast of Characters Margaret Byrnes, loyal and true .................. ........... C ora Dyer Nan Worthington, one of the people .............. ---Eleanor Ann Slough Dolphine Norton, a college graduate ....,....... ,-- ........ Carol Daube Peggy Gilbert, a Browning fiend ................. .... F rances Gorman Doris Hall, an athletic girl ....................... .......... P ala Hyden K Mrs. Jenkins, keeper of the Boarding House ....... .... E mma Lloyd Smith Emmy Lou Norton, fond of fairy tales ............ .... J ewel Musgravcs Angelina Maud, Mrs. Jenkins' daughter ........... ..... A lice Kahn Miss Louisa Hawkins, one of the boarders ........ .... L ucile Scivally Miss Mehitabel Biddle, a suffragette: ............. ..... O ssie Daniels Florabel Mullins, a poetess ..........t............ ..... N annie Mae Pace I Nora, a maid ................................... ...... R ubyo Gwinn Mrs. Allaire, the chaperone ....................... .... F lorence Redfield 1 Gordon Clay, foreman of the Wlorks ............... ..... A rthur Carpenter Bobbie Byrnes, averse to college women .......... .... L a Rue Moore Billy Best, captain of the Varsity team ........... ---Thomas Ratliff Charles Norton, owner of the Works ---------------- ---Salmon Williams Lord Algernon Reginald, straight from England --.-- .... D avid Hoover X Jack Brown, a club reporter -------.-----..---------- ---- F elix Bodovitz 11l I Director-Miss Bishop of the English Department. Assistant Director-Miss Lilley of the Expression Department. High School Orchestra-Prof S. M. Lowenstein, Director. Business Manager-Stanley Brown. , . 4 -0 -- ...anna .ff.... .... ses ... , ,.,,,., ,, ft ? V' , my 'vvv--VQV -MT-mr , n-..-A - ,, x "14', . ,, .J l ,MF -1 SYNOPSIS ACT I-Gordon tells Nan of the impending strike. She promises that she will bring Norton to terms by finding "the leak inxthe management." Mrs. Jenkins discourses upon divorce, dancing, cards and the drama. Margaret longs for the world, the flesh and even for the devil. The club reporter rescues Miss Louisa from the bargain counter. Miss Louisa gives a few practical views upon Christmas and proudly displays her pur- chases. Florabel has "temperature" and insists upon reading her sonnet. Mrs. Jenkins and Miss Biddle have a slight altercation. Gordon lends Margaret his handkerchief and is about to offer her something else, when Bob interrupts. Nan and Margaret watch the pictures in the fire. ACT II-Emmy Lou gives Nora a lecture upon gods and goddesses. Nora decides in favor of Venus. Delphine tells Margaret that "man individually and collectively has ceased to attract." Billy is subject to a rigid examination upon Browningg he en- courages hls teacher, who, in turn, encourages him. Doris interrupts the game, and, contrary to her hostess' expectations, proves attractive to the men. Lord Algernon frequently consults his book. Nan reads business letters to Norton and subsequently makes a. discovery. Norton refuses to make terms. Gordon plays his last trump. Nan bids Margaret prove that love is sacrifice. Ac'r III-Nora bewails the bewitchrnents of Minerva. Doris gives Bob some good advice. Bob gazes "into an illimitablelfuturef' "It's good-bye, Gordon." Bob and Margaret make their Christmas wish. "Billy versus Browning. Score 20 to 0 in favor of Billy." Lord Algernon pleads the cause of Johnny Bull, but Doris is true to Uncle Sam. Emmy Lou leads the princess to Venus. Nan has her revenge. The dream comes true! Scene-A factory town. Time-Present day. p ACT I-Parlor in Mrs. Jenkins' boarding house a week before Christmas. Aer II--Living room in the Norton home, the day before Christmas. ACT III-Sun parlor in the Norton home, Christmas evening. The scenery used tonight is generously loaned through the courtesy of the Prin- cess Theatre. The furniture used in Acts II and III'is kindly loaned by the courtesy of Bass Furniture Co. t .... .J wwkas?5w?n a.,-,.. . . i ' K, 1, I' 'FE' V, I ..c:.l1e2'f,:fw.:f 3 I M .I..nns1c:::::':::':::fI':.I .... ,VZ . ..V. .. W , ., i"fSfQff , ' " , . .,., S55 ..,,, WQL.-1 "-" ' .,., X THE RED CROSS The mothers were bearing it down the street, The crowd was following loud with cheers, For this was the day for the mothers to meet, And some of them now were shedding tears. Old Glory proudly led the van, But another flag I could not descryg I asked it's name of a passing man He answered me with a rueful sigh. I wondered and wondered, but could not guess What banner I followed with all that throngg Then carried away and wondering less I followed it on in right or in wrong. J! rv- si The marching band played the Star Spangled Banner And all of us gave wild shouts and cheers They played it in such an inspiring manner That to some of us it brought quick tears. Tears of sadness, hope and fear, Tears for mem'ries of boyl1ood's hour. Just then the banner floated clear And We gazed upon that sign of power. I stood entranced at this holy sight, My heart and soul in wonder lost, For there on a field of snowy white, Waved aloft a crimson cross. I doffed my hat to this symbol grand Of love and mercy for friend and foe And pledged to its cause my heart and hand To follow Wherever its cross should go 5 1: 1, iiii I ii S 3 2 'rr I l S S S S S 3 il. ,,, el, ,Sl E :E E 5 x 1 - I i - e '.lffiL"1 , . I -l . -f . -Q gr-,q..:::':,.. , ' z: :xmas -T1q.:::.-:..::.:1.m:--f I g,, ,, ,, .1.,.......:::::::::::::.gp,m-pgqquuc. , I g:g:::1lmgq:::::::sN::::,:q,gz.g,::.:::::....L.:,.:::::nwm::::.z1::L:tJ .' , " :lo 5 FX . ..-- E KK" 511 QTSXXQX ' ..,X ....xXkX ..kx X X.xXkX. X A L X , X X XX X ... 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X ,J Q. ,: i, I P-1 lt be waving, we approach that oasis of rest called vacation, but not without misgivings. Here, within the walls of A. H. S., have we grown from ivy colored Freshmen, until we stand within reach of the dignified ranks of Seniordom. But ah! can we ever forget the blessed hours spent as Juniors? VVe recount with delight our doings in A. H. S. As Freshmen we boasted of having the largest class that had ever entered this school as a body. The upper classmen stood back' in awe as the Freshmen contestant won the first medal in the Oratorical Con- test, and we also achieved honors in the class-room, on the athletic field and in the contest abroad. b Under the Sophomore banner did not the purple and white gleam 'forth in the Automobile Parade of Fashion Week? Besides, we were awarded the ten dollar prize. Were we not well represented in tennis and also in the Operetta? So stands our record as Sophomores. Now as Juniors, the Seniors, Sophomores and Freshmen have looked on in amazement at our progress. There is a tide' in the affairs of students which taken at its flood leads on to victory! The,Juniors found in the Oratorical Contest that tide which led them on to victory. The Spirit of "Simon Can" and "Bonnie Must" that prevailed, won for us another first place to add to our trophies of battle. Of course it was won by Bonnie Duston, our leader in all work and fun. The silver medal was not awarded to Simon Kahn, because the judges dared not favor us with both medals, while all of our bereaved school-mates bowed their heads in defeat. , Foremost in the social calendar of the year was the Junior-Senior picnic, in honor of our winning contestants. Although the inclement weather permitted only a few of the students and faculty to attend, it was an occasion of much merriment. MNH -S' ' N u.ggg.,...v.,.e.sw .. 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We have never lost pride' in the purple and white, and it is like losing' aniold friend who has long guided us, to cast them aside at the end of this year and grasp the coveted red and white. The Class of 1918 stands on the threshold of that secluded world into which they have looked with so much longing, and take their places as Seniors, the largest and best class in A. H. S. J... iq 'FJ fi Q , ,geziiifv - , L 0 1-rl-.,w5V!.,1 -.ptr--wma, -'fff5m:- fr,-fw,,f' gf - g , fa g exi le ? . , !,..,,- Nf . LATIN Latin is a dead, dead language, Just as dead as it can be. It killed off all the Romans, And now it's killing me. We have read about old Julius, And how he crossed the Seine. And how from the Helvetians, He politely stole their grain. For a year we read of Cicero And that traitor Qataline, How that man tried to capture Rome, But was caught at it in time. We have read how Pius Aeneas Escapes the flames of Troy, And from the destined city He saved his little boy. From experience we don't wonder Why the Romans all are dead, But only wish that they had died Before one word was said. ,,.Y Mllmnlzrz. ' its l fl N. r V IFA . .1 ggrgg- 'R ifjfi 9 Q wUllx : AV .Ngsmsf g is Mp X, w .Qu N ff X GQ . 5 W? ' 5' ' g Q W W f' I , i 'Vi' ,fn 7 ix' , . lll' F 1 fi' X ' ff, j ff ,,,': XXI- 5, f .-1' N YN x 5 '-A- .. 311211111-'vf1fW4!'!f'?4"f"7ff4 ' W Q ' ,XA JA Nm .mix lstlllj X. XXV! 3 xx ' AJ - Sf W X . X V M , Lgnrg A sv :mum 0 Vyyir T :f" -f,, .,,,,. VV V , .r-- Av., o. wi '.- ,gr- .,,. ,.,,.,., , , .M ,,,, X ' "'- f- :l:.Al1.. .,.,. i..Jnatus:f:::g:"::f:. ....... ,.-zr ..::. .. ,... ,fi-Tr... ,,,,,, W: -H, W V M A Y Y X 1 ,. .L .... m ..... Si Q1iii.11i1..ji.?EE5 g5E:.':??QifE?5i-rbi?'iff'ff.fQq.:nqBQg'Ai7? 1 K., NUM N 1 - Q 3 J "" ' , X, Q! i 5 .V 1 J: 5 E E lx is X A 5 .J 'si J iffi ll' . i. , f fgg . , 3 o ?oi'? ji,-f' XE ' ZEN: x I I ' li ROY PETTITT ' President Sophomore Class """ ZQQ A ..oo:m of 11 2 I 2 1 z X 3 E E 2 i E s 3 Q 3 . X X X CIJ VJ 1 U1 , ' f , I - .. ..,.. ....x.. X.... , . ,..x., ..v,.X , x.......x, Nxxx .xW...v.....,.,,..,..,.W.N.....x..x.W-,.x,,W......,..,............x.,.w....w Q S lj .MW ,L,. f ...L J it is tX.' -:ffffffgg ,..,,, ,,., ,,,., Q - -"""- f 'f-f '-'-' "" ' X -fig: 'A-'-'f ,mil : . :5t:.:5:s::5:::: , . . s:,:.,..f-1-gf 3.4 ., Sophomore Class Editorial "The thought of our past years in me doth breed perpetual benedictionf' Such will be of our dear memories of the Sophomore Class in old Ardmore High School for many years to come. We have achieved great things, and almost with a feeling of regret we approach the end, fully realizing that all will never be assembled again as a class. We have safely anchored at the second port of our voyage, after being adrifthon the great and vast ocean of knowledge for nine long months, but with a light heart we recall to our memory that we have faithfully kept our battle-cry, "Oni Sail Oni' Three classes of High School entered the automobile parade, dur- ing the'Spring Style Show. The car representing the Sophomore Class was decorated in the colors of the rainbow. So beautiful was the effect of the combination, that the judges awarded the tenidollar prize to the Sophomores. b During the Elson Art Exhibit, the class pantomimed the "Spirit of '76," in living models, which caused much favorable comment. Classroom work has been excellent, and we enter Juniordom joyfully. Gracious teachers! if bewildered We have haltedlby the way, If low bowing on our failures We have lost hope's cheering rayg Then thy gentle guidance lending Thou hast bade us lift our eyes, When behold! the goal seems nearer Brighter shines the glorious prize. 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And these are some of the things we have done: Before the annual Oratorical Contest, a candy sale was given by the Freshman girls, and a very neat sum was realized, which was used in making our side of the auditorium the most beautifully deco- rated on that eventful night, February the twenty first. And we might add, While speaking of candy, that the entire school realized that the Freshman girls thoroughly know and understand the art of candy- making. - On the night jof the Oratorical Contest, there was never a more enthusiastic and elifcited crowd of students than the Freshmen. We knew and felt that our representative, Minnie Baker, would Win one of the medals, but. the judges evidently did not think as we, and the majority of the public thought. So, as dutiful underclassmen, we had to "yield the palm" to the Juniors and Seniors. But we took our defeat as little men and women should, and it only assured us that there was still hope, and that by the time we had tried as many times as some others CYD and failed we would be able to carry off all honors! We have proven our worth in athletics also. Our girls' basket- ball team met theLJunior girls' team in A. H. S. gymnasium, and in- flicted a "dreadful and decisive" defeat upon the Juniors. 'Twas then that the Juniors resolved "never again" would they meddle with the Freshies' team. In a short time these scenes which I have just enum- erated were re-enacted, but with the Senior girls as losers this time. Watch us go! l u At the district track meet at Durant, Ardmore High School was represented in the piano contest by a Freshman girl who possesses rare ability for one of her age Although we lost in that division we are very grateful for tlie efforts put forth by Ernestine Guillot of the Freshman Class At the Carter County track meet some of our track men who Were so fortunate as to wm honors for us were Howard McGee .K 9 - - . . . . . . . - I A 4 . . , 0 . - J I . . , , - . ... I . . D H ,114 F ., - ...,.,,,,,,, U - ,.,,.,,.,, , ,, - " ' 'L i t ' ' f - ' - - ' """ 'W' """' '-" f' -"rr ""'----' M-ff-12--F-1"--1 --fv 'Ar2w-2v---M--v--112:-me-M-e-a - -- is-::,..fee1emm:,. ,,... xx.. ..... W ......... ...zzz : ..,,, -mg:zz...1.,z,:.,,.q:::g::qr',,.,.g, .... ::::::::.::::g,...:'... . .. 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Ll.-...W--.-.,............., .Ww.Wm...Ws..esessea:::a ..... f.: ,. .. . . ..,,. , fi A K A, 'gifflf 2,1 5 I ,...,.. ,Q N .,-.- ' 1 s A ' x XX SS I 3:5 seg S is 'tl ESTABLISHED 1904 if Published by and in the interest of Ardmore High School VOL. XIII. COMMENCEMENT NUMBER NO. 4 ' S I Frances Gorman ..................-.............. Editor-in-Chief ' Stanley Brown I ,........,..,,-.............. --Business Manager I Casslus Byrne l EDITORIAL STAFF Cora Dyer ..... ..... L iterary Editor Melvin Coleman --- ,,,.. Athletics John Thompson ...... ---Humor 1 Ernestine Guillot ---.--.- .... M l1Sl.C 2 i Lorenzo Love ---- ---------.-... P oet ,X Carol Daube .-.-. ---.. - Pierian Society Jerome Alexander --- ---- Philomathean Society Nannye Maye Pace -.-- ---- S eniors XX X Katharine Adams ---. --- Juniors 1 Ernest Thomas --- ---Sophomores 3 Hattie Burnitt -- ---. Freshmen Lillian White---. LaVadis Lykins -,-Artists ?'5 Ruth Warren ---. if Travis Ritter .... -- Cartoonist 535 Kathryn Gilbert -- ----- society 5 Florence Redfield -- .... History Elizabeth McCann ----A1umn1 S E if rrswmmrtm L :g:.q.g:: 3 1-3 "1 . ,' , ' Y .,,,...,...,,. ,.. rv.,-. , .. P "1 4 " WARD REPORTERS ' Sadie Bodlovitz .... .......................... . ........... , .......... F ranklin School Ruth Hutchins -h .............. ..... W ashington School Regina Schwahi, Ruth Burns --- ....... Lincoln School Clyde Paris .................. ..., J efferson Sohdvl i CONTRIBUTORS owe Daniels .............. Q ............................... ...... s enlor class Will Manrine Eaeley, Frances Jones, Thomas Norman ..., ..... A nswer to Class Will H Carol Daube, Cora Dyer ........................ ......... C lass Census -43 Louise Wall 5-44 ........ ....... C over Design ' A. Iiz 'p Eloise Sandlin -- .... Domestic Science Ji . Efnest Thomas ............. J-- ............ Chapel Notes .ff . 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S. athletics. There was still an athletic spirit prevailing in our school as there were many new players, and this being the first year the football team did not get together until the last ofthe season. But there is not a doubt in anyone's mind about it being together then, for no team ever played better football than did ours when, on' October 15, we played Rolfe. Old timers say they never saw a better game anywhere, but one didn't have to be an old timer to realize that a real football game was in progress. The boys redeemed themselves to aj great extent this day as they prom- ised Supt. Richards they would. He said, and will no doubt say now, they lived up to and surpassed all his expectations. The success of this day depended largely upon the promise that all the boys would lay off smoking. This promise was kept by all the boys with the exception of one. And those that witnessed this game had no difficulty in appreciating this fact. As this ended the football season the boys began reporting for bas- ketball under supervision of Mr. Shafer. At first it looked as if we were going to have another all-victorious team. But fate deemed it best that several of the boys would have to remain out of basketball on account of injuries and ill health. However, the team won several games and proved that they had the stuff in them, but the game was new to most of them. With this year's experience, there is not a doubt that there will be a winning team next year. There are several boys entering High School next fall that will help strengthen the team greatly. Next year with such men as Ed Mansfield, who will undoubtedly star, Thompson, Carpenter, DeWitt and Bunn, we have cause to believe that Ardmore will be placed upon the map once again. The girls' basketball team under the efficient coaching of Miss Patchell proved that there are some girl stars in athletics as well as boys. Miss Patchell will no doubt have a winning team next year, having such players as Misses Mansfield, Rutledge, Allen, Vernor and Holland. .... assi ....... . ..... ------- -------- gg gggggjgg gigs ,,,, if.-,,, ,,., ,,,. . ....:...e......:.1. .... :...: .... err. .:.:. . .,.. ,... i .......... . ..,. - b . :iusfif I towarddbringing out these, events. 5 1 'ki I I I if ..l ' " Swindfill Ardmore carried the Carter County meet overwhelmingly " 1 - l l , ' .1..: ,.......... 1 ::,,,.,:.., ::::::3:qQ.g.l X............. ,..:z rf- --f-"-'f :azz ""-A E S- 'A" :Aw 1 ..,.,., ,. z , ' A'A" fl' Y'fZ.II.Z..j.'5"'IT"" YI"'i?'I Al - s.w:.- 'tis 52,2-5 - 5 1 . : N We do not look for results ln football and basketball alone but ln tenn-is and track as Well as there are boys Who are doing a great deal With the effort Mr R1chards IS puttlng forth, there IS no reason why all four should not be very successful The spirit in the school this year has been a good example of Ard- Splrlt It should have for We have the best school 1n the state Owing to the excellent Work of McGee, Kennedy, Mansfield and Dawson wlnnlng all around man beating McGee and Kennedy by one point Thls IS the fourth year Ardmore has been successful ln capturing the county s magn1f1cent lovlng cup Here s hoplng for a more successful and eventful athletic season for the years 17 18 for good old A H S ..,., i., ro. r c r .fri agf. rtr ttrs S x more spirit and Ardmore has a reputation for its.everlasting school X X ESQ- .xx F N , x Q sw- '--- - L-'12 ..... f X Ek 2-'iifiifx X smxxwmw wwxmwx Q 5355 NQQX 5525 a' 'is R xiii --'-' J X.f, 5 X ' ' X xX x X X 3 wk A ., -X x X. ik gms X5 X1 - Y---f-f--Y Xe 5- 5 X2 S sk S SEE ii? 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Participated in by all 21.-Annual High School oratorical contest. 28-March 3.-Elson Art Exhibit. March 5.-Mrs. Annie E. Slater addressed students. March 19.-Auditorium ceiling "caved in." March 20.-Inter-society basketball game. March 23.-Annual spring style parade. March 26. March 30. True." Annual Senior class play, The Drea -Thomas W. Davis addressed students. ul ' KK rn April 6.-Pierians Won season game in basketball. April 9.-A new, spirit of patriotism exhibited. April 16.-Musical program rendered by orchestra. April 19.-Walter S. Gilbert addressed students on Red Cross Society in High School. April 19-20.-Durant Inter-High School meet. April 23.-Prof. Sol Lowenstein gave a very pleasing report of the Durant meet. That Came organizing a April 24.-Dr. Dixie B. Tucker gave a lecture on public sanitation. April 25.-Prof. George Wilson, of Stillwater, A. Sz M. College, lectured on the South's condition. April 26 28 Carter County educational and athletic meet May 2 J B Reeves addressed students May 3 4 Norman track meet May 17 Inter Soclety contest May 26 Junior Senlor p1cn1c June 1 What is so rare as a day 1n June - '11 . . V" . : . . . I, , Q ,.. . 1'2" . ,.,. - .,... i ci-h ,..,,,,. x,.XQ . f 1.1 . , J 'n :ir 4, Ha.. .-. .xv 1 ,, W M, aw N 1 Xxx Q, X if sw X fffjjjjjj 'x ""' f M X--x-- '---'-'- 1 1:1 Aiming-5-Q xX-g""g' X 3 1 IS 3x55'E:" 'fiinbl xi Ex X5 ' N. X x.. , y s Y sf- f we 2 ix ax ex assi F :ew EQ? 9 SX S N is - N x 2 X X ' X X : X XS S f S EX 1 A E X A 5 Q QS S 3 ws X ease X s S52 Q S Ewa mi X X M. bb E 5-S S . ,X N S .Er S 1 mg Q K Qs S Q szs x iii S mas: X we ' x , X wg x 55:2 X. ix 2 s .' ' 42- S . f ,ew Q V , ,, W., X zz- ' 4,319 5 Q ,,- .111 x nm- f R M S S M N SQ QT , is JVX W gs E: , N L N S2 SS' S X ss: X - x S32 X - bi E Q si ' kg 5 :S x if L K 155 3 .lk E Q i"L 12 lf' 2 5 - -"' i - 1! "' ' 5 ...- 1 , k 1 ., 'I . 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The Seniors leave with regret their alma mater and school associationsg under-classmen have buried the hatchet of strife and are ready to bid them f'Bon Jour" as they launch their barks on the stream of life. In no part of the school life will the Seniors be more truly missed than in the social functions. Yet life must go on. The present Seniors will go forth and take their places in the great world beyond ours, and those remaining will move up and take their places, making room for fresh adventurers in the little world of A. H. S. This year the amusements have meant something in an intellectual way, and have not always taken the form of frivolity. Lectures, recitals and concerts have in turn delighted the student body. Parties, wiennie- roasts, suppers, hikes, picnics and dances have satisfied the social na- ture of all who cared to frolic. Thus we have made the year pass happily by working when we worked and playing when we played, striving at all times to get the most good out of everything. The Freshman Class, being so large, was divided into three di- visions, so that all might have the opportunity of assisting in entertain- ing the Mothers' Club. The first division entertained on Washington's Birthday. Flags and pot plants were used most effectively in decorating the Botany room for the occasion. Delightful refreshments were served at the close of the following program: Monologue--"Mothers' Day" ................... ---Lois Swindell Piano Solo -----..------.--------------.-.-- -.-- J ulie Kahn Reading-"House by the Side of the Road"-- ---Lacy Bagby Trombone Solo ------------------------------------ Valter Poole Discussions-"Needs of a Freshman" Miss Nellie Jane McFerron, Mrs. C. G. Howland, Mr. M. H. Taylor Since then the other two divisions of the Freshman Class have en- tertained, and their programs were equally as interesting and well rend- ered as the first, .lim "E as E iii ni ir: k S Q: S rw r EEE 5 :SE iff its at .rg 5: E: we as is :SF 3 E 255 fi QS fi ll? si :X 3 uk 's S XE -Q IX Q S R E W N Q g is S, ...................... , S5-5 2.315 E X Y! N. Ss Ss i Q sz If 12 1 if ff.. M iss ESE! ex S fs? : is f Ss' s A s S l S5 1 sg ilf Ka i ss Na.. A ' 'A s sesl If It seems that our Honorable Seniors do not spend all of their time in pursuit of knowledge. It has been Whispered through the school that at noon on a certain day the tables in the Domestic Science Department were very heavily laden with good things to eat, and the self-same Sen- iors participated in the feast. Not long ago the students of A. H. S. and the people of Ardmore had an enjoyable treat. For four days, in our High School Auditorium was a display of reproductions from the world's masterpieces in Art, and also photographs of wonderful statuary and pictures of architecture: Each day one of the classes received the visitors and served them with delightful refreshments. Programs were rendered each day by the class in charge, with the assistance of pupils of the Music and Dramatic De- partments. Of especial interest were the living pictures of some of the great masterpieces. The Freshmen portrayed "The Vestal Virgins," the Sophomores, "Spirit of '76g" Juniors, "Opportunity and Regret"g the Seniors, "The Angelus." Miss Carol Daube entertained the Seniors most delightfully with a Washington party at her home. The house was beautifully decorated in flags, red, white and blue bunting and pot plants. Contests, music and games were enjoyed, and at the close of the evening a most deli- cious luncheon and was served, carrying out the red, White and blue motiff. Q A The Oratorical Contest is the largest social event of our school year, and this year it proved a greater success than ever. The auditorium pre- sented a most festal sight, with the profuse array of class colors every- where. The lusty yelling only added to the festival air. Although of the contestants, some lost and some won, all had a very enjoyable and entertaining evening. The Juniors and Seniors were the lucky ones in the Oratorical con- test. To celebrate their victory, a picnic was given at the City Lake. All reported a good time. Miss Hilda DeBarr of Norman has visited at A. H. S. several times this year. We have enjoyed having her very much. The Inter-Society Contest held May 17th, was far better than the one of last year. Each contestant well represented his society. Once again the Philomatheans won a sufficient number of points to claim the handsome Mullin Cup. Pierian-Philomathean Literary Contest, Thursday Evening, May 17, 1917 : ' Reading ........ Alice Browm, Philomatheang Annie Slough, Pierian Piano Solo .... Katherine Adams, Pieriang Ruth Randol, Philomathean Oration ........ Albert Howard, Philomatheang Lozenzo Love, Pierian Vocal Solo ..... Vyda Booth, Pierian, Jerome Alexander, Philomathean Debate--Affirmative.: Thomas Norman, Felix Bodovitz, Pieriang Nega- tive: Wilbur Fieldbinder, John Tohmpson, Philomathean. Orchestra ................................. Philomathean-Pierian sisx ff.: 'N 'D'lD" fi.'53fiSAQfi53s33-17 """"' S K. -1 .i ,. 2? E E t,,..,....,.,,..,f,,..,.,.,.,..W..,.,..,.,,.,.,,,- tq::::::::::Q:::1S iQii:L.:::.: ll'1"'llQllQl2llI.Qll''llfffffffllf .A A . , c':::::'''3::::::::rsr::::::::.:::::'A :fy K T- 1 I.: f - - ....., Ax e xg W X .. . ..ff Members of Pierian Orchestra-Katherine Adams, Leta Ragsdale, Leon Daube, Jesse Lasley, violin, Frances Gorman, pianog Rowland Kennedy, trombone, Lorene Poulter, 'cellog Dewey Carpenter, cor- netg Chas. Milner clarinetg Gladys Martin, traps and drums. Members of Philomathean Orchestra-Gladys Guilliot, Morgan Eddle- man, Jo Brown, Travis Ritter, violing Lyman Anderson, cornetg Valter Poole, trombone, Hattie Burnitt, 'cellog Ernestine Guilliot, piano, John Taliaferro, drum. Picnics are quite the thing these beautiful spring days. On the af- ternoon of May 23rd, the Senior Class was most delightfully entertained with a picnic near the King Lake by Miss Clemmie King. Almost every Senior was on hand and all reported an excellent lark. gluninx Glass INVITE YOU TO ATTEND THE fgllizzxeinell 1-Eifliilin MAY 26, l9l7 QDil gsprings AT 6 A M An, innovation from the usual custom of the annual Senior-Junior Banquet was made this year owing to the need of the country for real economy. The A. H. S. students have ever proved themselveslpatriotic and citizens of Ardmore were not surprised to learn of this wise plan. Just as much patriotism is shown by preserving the nation's resources as by shouldering a gun or going to France. Never has a graduating class felt more real friendship for the Juniors than this year's class, and never did a Senior class cast a more unanimous vote of thanks for royal entertainment than the class of 1917. The day spent in the woods at Oil Springs will long be a red letter day for the Seniors. ' cs, T ,,, CQT EQ -. ,... . . :::.:555.... L , .... T ,W .Qs W mem.: ... Y La Z.. :,. '.,:'.' ".-' fee- r Q 11.1211-V: 'g :ax Pieri-an Society zie e Agni! ' 9 ,f o STANLEY BROWN President Pierian Society. "A little learning is a dangerous thing, Drink deep or touch not the Pierian Spring." All during the year 1916-17 the motto has been carried high, and best of all, these words have meant much to each Pierian. The cul- tural has been developed to a great extent. The Work for the society, in being summed up, shows that much real skill has been gained in music, expression, oratory and debate. Also the athletics made definite progress. The system by which the society was divided has proven a great success, and has brought out members Who otherwise would have been hidden from sight. These little clubs have been directed by pupils Wh0 have shown much competence. y p ,mg Q . ffgp 4 xx . 2. sf' N. s xx :...: ""' . ':.:.::::,:g,,::1 "" """-'-- v Q: '-""' 1 ,'-' ,-'-- ,,,,, .,.,, . . . ..... . ...V . .. ..x. ,,.,.,,. .,.. . W 'ii'Ti1.,sef1'.' ,.,... 'ittiitgfiii'.iiiagiiiiTii1ii:1ii11i ll fx:-. 55332: 255:59 . sff' The expression and oratory division has rendered many entertain- ing and valuable parts, such as a playette: "No Men Wanted," an ex- cellent Japanese progam, and a very interesting Riley commemoration. A special feature in this division has been the bringing out of new ma- terial among the under classmen. The older members were frequently much surprised and delighted to hear the Freshmen render some of the best parts of the program. In debate, girls as well as boys, gave logically arranged arguments and showed their knowledge of debate. Since women are beginning to hold very prominent places in the affairs of the world, no training can be better than that offered by the Debating Club. A very interesting debate was given on the subject: "Resolved, that A. H. S. should have Self-Government." The nice part of this debate was that much ma- terial was given that the debators had actually experienced. Making lots out of a little, in debates, is one of the chief points. The Music Club has certainly presented many beautiful selections. The Pierians do not give any rag time music, but classical songs alone are used. "Poor Butterfly," from one of the greatest operas was rend- ered very favorably indeed. The orchestra made very great progress at the first of the year, and it did good work throughout the year. New instruments have constantly been added to the orchestra from time to time. The Pierians have a Girls' Glee Club. This organization made a very pleasing hit when it presented its songs on various occasions. This shows that the society has some of the best material in the school. In athletics the Pierians have already won the laurels, for the Pier- ian Basket Ball team is the champion team of A. H. S. We are indeed proud of this, because some of the best players of the team were ill and could not play, but notwithstanding this fact the final score showed a large majority in favor of the Pierians. Not only cultural, but also the development of physical strength, has been the work of the society. We believe that a strong body makes a strong mind. In viewing the work, we realize that good work has been accom- plished by both societies. Let us extend our best wishes to the Philoma- theans that in the proceeding years they may do as well, and when the last Pierian is gone, should there still remain a few Philomatheans, may they then win the Mullen Cup. This wish comes from their arch ene- mies, the Pierians. X TRN X l QQQQL-..Q.CQQiiQ ......... 1 V' I 7 I'T'iT Wil-.U X WM ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,, , M ,,,,,, , iss ,, ,.,., . .,,.,,. . ...,...,.... .. ...I......-, ,,,,,., , ,, , ,, :'::1iii:ii:'1sSifsssse!2..'.2.1!Ei21.2.1' ,... ,........... Q . .... .. ....... . ' ..... ...,,,,...e:.1--w,..-.i..mw.:4m.:.vfm.w...., .wmmzwm .eea...u....s FQ N - M - mmwN,,.wv.w,NNN,N,,N ,,,,,,,X f Ssss- 5 s bs XX: :::.:::1.:::-::- - .1 X ::::::::::::::sNgSS , --,, Philomathean Society JOHN M. THOMPSON President Pliilomathean Society. Always, at this season of the year, the Literary Societies stand in judgment upon each other. Both have their detectives at Work finding out, if possible, just how strong are the fortifications of the enemyg for on the appointed day the battle must take place and the victors ascend to the seat of supremacy, and the colors of the vanquished are doomed to trail in the dust. The contest is for the Mullen Cupg the Philomatheans now hold the honor of being the first to have their names engraved upon this beau- tiful trophy. This year both societies will be represented in voice, piano, read- ing, oratory and debate, in all of which the Philomatheans have repre- sentatives. An additional feature to enter for the first time is the Or- .g,....a ":44:i:ag:::Q:::W., :gg ..et i a.:::::4:1:::.iil.,4g:1...1iiii1:5:::1g2i2.-- 124222: z Q H , , , ,.,.. ..........,,.,.,...,., . ...Wu b - ,MM Y .ax N1 X 3 i mek 9 3 . f . . . 7 ' - as - . . . . , . ' n . . . 7 ' 9 . . . . . . 7 . ,xml ....., ,,... - ,,fA D Qi li, sg, , 25532.-2. 11: ----: 1 i 1 ll K X, TNT S x f Egfiiiiliig 1- --1. ' 2 ff-sh but they do not ask you take their word for it. All they say is, wait and see' The Society recognizing the value of preparedness, has so planned the programs that members have received splendid training along all lines of literary endeavor. And now, with firm step we march to meet the oncoming Pierians in the last chargeg the charge which must pro- . chesi-ra. Philomatheans do not doubt that they will win this contest, claim to them their fate. The program printed is a mere specimen of the regular work pre- sented bi-weekly. The following program was rendered on Lincoln and his work: S8leCl3i0n -.........-................. ...... O rchestra "Life Qof Abraham Lincoln" ............. ---Pernie Clowdus Piano., Solo ................... 1. ...... .... L illian McCoy "Lincoln's Address at Gettysburg" ....... ---Walter Baker Trombone Solo ----------------------- ----.-.-. ---- V a lter Poole "Wisdom of Lincoln" ------------..-..--..--..-..- Ophelia Dorrah The next program, on Hawaiian music, was also typical of the gen- eral character of work done in the Society Co-operation is the foundation of the monument of success. The of- ficers of the Philomathean Society have received splendid co-operation from the membership. The marked improvement is largely due to the simple fact that the students have forsaken the feeling that the literary society is sent to them as a punishment and instead have come to the conclusion that it is fre1ghted with much pleasure and an abundant supply of personal profit The Freshmen or even Sophomores no longer sit in fear and tremb- ling as they wait to hear the voice of the Secretary say "The next num- ber will be a reading by John Doe Of old, the aforesaid youth, with knees shaking would step to the platform and alack and alas, how very difficult it was to crowd out Webster s immortal words "This uncounted multitude before me and around me It was accomplished however but now he has no drastic preliminary to master. All is easy. The stu- dent upon belng informed that he IS to serve upon the program, not only To the future Philomathean Literary Society, we give the result of this year s effort and thought a well trained membership The members of the Philhomathean Literary Society of 1916-17 sincerely hope that the Literary Soclety of future years will continue this good Work and that you will recelve in your cup a double portion of Success receives that announcement with calmness but is glad of the chance. N, 5:12. , 11 bbb, 5 "'-"- '--- 3: if : - :w ,,,,, . ,.,.. N X Nssgsxgs- X ,... 2 yn R SX -Q -seal' f- 1 1 ........., .............. ., ,.,. .. A X . fi fx. ,f I ..Y. ,,,, .,,. sggeiiiiiiiiisg 5 S if 5 ""' X S Q -far:-01:5 .,.Q . x S s S 2 S s 1 S S 5 E 2 ll .5 's E S 3 ii a COME ON SMILE i y ' i IN CAESAR CLASS. Carolyn Wells, compiler of a dozen Student translating Caesar: "And "Nonsense Anthologies," was once when the Hel-Hel-Hel-O Hel' I handed an autograph album by an ad- S Cf1I1't DI'0I10l1n0e it.' mirer, with the request that she add , 1. her name toi its gage? Pasted upon the Q P fl S h f I .. h page opene e ore er was the auto- farullgr neidafrwoodvgafdyfioes every graph of' James Russell Lowell, under Q Hazen C.: "All farmers, 'in addition thfvxglnet ,,,, to their regular crops, should raise M. aghfsusolfalie as a day in June' their own lumber, railroad ties and der E56 qlfesiiogsglztevgrgggtl ffaagiiglg' telephone poles." . ' ' man with whiskers."-Carolyn Wells. Prof. Taylor: If you want to talk use your hands, that is what they are INCOMPETENT' fm-,f' Grocer: "The boy you recommended won't do at all." Miss Bishop: "Letha, can you tell togflstqmerz What has he been up the meaning of Epitaph?" Grocer-I gave him a notice to stick Letha: Epitaph .ls that Wfflch hes up "All the delicacies of the season about that whlch Iles below- will be found inside" and he posted Miss Bishop: "Yes, certainly." it on the rubbish balirel The class in sentence-forming, to WHY HE WAS LATE. illustrate the correct use of words, was , , in progress in a colored school. "Henry The laugh ls not always against me Greens' Said the teacher, -:Can you give recruit. Cue was late for parade 1n a sentence showing the correct use of thi mommg' W, 5 defeat and debasement?" "Yessum," what are you late for' snapped M. responded Henry promptly. "Let us thi Sergeant' H EQ haye it then," said the teacher. "De For Parade, was the Curt reply- feet slipped on de steps and de boy -1- fell in de basement," said Henry TOMMY KNEW, DI'011dlY." Teacher-"Tommy, do you know -L 'How doth the little Busy Bee?' " A BIT MIXED. ' 'Tommy-"No, I only know he doth One day a new pupil in a music set- lt' tlement came home and asked: "Moth- l 91" 110W many Ca1'1'0tS are there ill H Carol Daube in Geometry Class: bl1Sh6l? Teacher W3.I1tS to k110W." "And these two raiduggesg are-" "What?" asked the- mother, "What My. Taylor: Hwhat did you Bay 118-S that gOt to do Wlth II111S1C?" Carol?" "What do two radiussess SE 'fl don't know," replied the child. make-3" The next day the mother inquired Carol: HA diameter." what kind of music her child was be- ' ingtaught. The teacher laughed and Egg said: "Well, we asked your child how 'I AN0THEIE,0U'!'RAGE- I many beats there were in a measure." Guaiiet 11522, 21:11, Stal? th: Sh11bWgY - 1 o co ege oesso w ow s li 'W carrying a' lighted cigar between his In Gen. Science, during a discussion fingers, "You can't do that here. Chuck ji on "How worms live after being cut it away!". il inf two." "I yield to your superior strength," . Mr. Shafer: "Marjorie, what happens retorted the college professor, "But I when you cut a worm in two?" shall write to the papers exposing i Majorie, lazily dreaming of a sum- your outrageous interference with I mer outing: "Catch two fish with it." academic freedom."-N. Y. Times. ui.-'N ,.,, f ...,. . 15 x -i1- Q xg. Q .. .e ,,.+XQX12s555. LX 'Hs is X X Sss':2::- 2252213 -3353--3'-"'3'5 ""' fri :ik :51I5gEEE 1. ENXQNT k"" it 'Q N at .... sk, X -.q,,, X .. Mr. Taylor told the Gemoetry class that he was different from other men because he parts his hair on the right side. "And I have an abundant growth of hair." Pupil: "But, Mr. Taylor, did you ever see grass grow on a busy street." Mr. Taylor: fTo Ophelia, at black- boardl. "Stand aside, Ophelia, so I can get a better view of your figure." Tommy came home from school cry- ing one day. When his mother asked him what the matter was he replied: V"I was the only one who could answer a question she asked, and she gave me a whipping." "Well, what was the question?" ask- ed his mother. "Who put the tack in my chair," said Tommy sorrowfully. THE COLONEL'S BOYS. An affable book agent approached a prominent Texan. ' Colonel," said he, "those are mighty fine boys you have.' "The finest ever, stranger," ac- quiesced the colonel. "The finest in Texas." "I reckon you buy them anything they want?" "Why, sure, strangerg I buy them anything they need, whether they want it or not." . "Then, colonel, let me sell you a cy- clopaedia for them. There's nothing else that will benefit them so much.',' The colonel looked at the agent in astonishment. 9'Why, stranger," said he, "Them boys of mine don't need a cyclopaedia. They ride mules. AS I-IE KNEW IT. Teacher-"Tommy, can you spell 'fur'?" Thomas-"Yes, sir, F-U-R." - Teacher-"That's right. Now can you tell me what fur is?"- Thomas-"Yes, sir. Fur is an awful long way." i...... DID HE GET IT? "Now, Principal Jones, I don't see how with your salary you can afford such expensive summer travel," re- X.. marked Director Titewad of the Bol- erus school board. "You're right, sir," answered Jones. "I can't: I ought to have a bigger salaryl' SUSPICION CONFIRMED. A worthy vicar in a rural parish, who preached one Sunday in the inter- est of foreign misions, was surprised on entering the villiage shop during the week to be greeted with marked coldness by the old dame who kept it. He asked the cause, and the good woman, producing a half crown from a drawer and throwing it down before him, said: ' "I marked that coin and put it in the plate last Sunday, and here it is back in my shopp I knowed well them poor Africans liever got the money." ARE THERE .SUCH TEACHERS. One day Mr..Smith went to buy a bushel of buckwheat for sowing. The man who sold 'the wheat was away, but his wife undertook to wait on the customer. She found a peck measure, and they went .to the granary. She filled the measure twice, and pouring the contents intq the bag, began to tie it up. "But, Mrs: Lawton," said the man, "it takes four peeks to make a bushel. "Oh, does it?" replied the wo- man, as she untied the bag, "Well, you see I never had any experience in measuring grain. Before I married Mr. Lawton, Irialways taught school." .-iilil-. Miss Mabel Boardman, president of the American Red Cros, believes in sanitation in peace times as well as in war. On a recent trip through the South she came upon an old colored man sitting on his doorstep, and smok- ing a villianousa corncob pipe. Miss Boardman sniffed. "How do you expect to iget to heaven Uncle, with a breath like that?" she inquired. ' Hee, hee," sniekered the old darkey. "When I dies, lady, I 'spects to lose mah breaf! JOKES Mr. Shafer in General Science Class "What are the finger nails for? Maurine E.: "To scratch with." wi-x xXXT Yii2?"f J s .t . I1QQ1i2fE.Q.LQ.'l1TT f.ffff'fQf:5 ..... f--ffl-1.1'12:f - .ff . 1113, .5 'is h ,,,,,,,, I., . ,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,,,, ,.,. ,. sw -. , N , .:.A..,. . N ,,,,,, , ,, , Y, ..,, , ,.,.,., ., ,, Y,,, 3 "'A "" , 'A" , .,...........,,,.., .,,. .. . ...... . .... xxmv X X 1' Q " X X E S I I N, x :III . . LI E-0'-TYPE 0R TWO VOL. XIII. ARDMORE,OKLA.. MAY 22, 1917 No. 4 STAFF. Editor ........... John M. Thompson Business Manager ........ Ima Hustler COUNTY CHAMPIONS Notice-Ardmore High School, claims the county championship in Tennis, no other Tennis teams having entered the late county meet. SANITARIUM BULLETIN The Frisco brakeman and conductor of the train which arrives about 8:30 at Ardmore, from Durant, have not yet recovered their senses, especially the sense of hearing. They were removed from the train that brought the Ard- more Immigrants back from Durant. PROBLEMS THAT BEST GEOMETRICIANS. Prof Taylor offers a large bonus to any person who is able to give the exact date when a certain Miss Florence Vernor w1ll run down and become stationary A DIPLOMAT IN OUR MIDST This is the diplomacy quoted from the depths of the mature brain of Sir Plnkey when not very well prepared for the days recitation Miss Bishop make a speech Federal authorities offer reward for one C J Schafer Same being the gentleman who prevented physics from assisting Company X in making drive from Frisco to Santa Fe about April r CAN IOU SOLWE IT? If Durant IS equivalent to EZ and Norman also equivalent to EZ what IS Durant and Norman Two EZ of course fToo easy J OH' HOW TRUE If A B or L don t get you D will Or it D dont do it after all Conscrlption surely will U. , H ' ' I! , . Y . v 1 , . , , , , . . . ,I ..,. ' ,, The proclamation stating that if students wishing to join the army or navy, would be granted their year's work, seems not to have had its intend- ed effect. Previous to this statement it was known that a few of our boys would enlist if it were not for their losing the rest of the school year. It seems as if the civil service is not strengthened with A. H. S. recruits. COPYRIGHTED FROM FLYI 1 LEAVES. Ashes to ashes and dust to dust Of all my studies this one is the wust. FOR SALE-One Physics book much used but not very useful. Apply with- Isnt he handsome! His hair with just that hint of a curl and his fea- tures. Oh my! I won t look at Wallace Reid again. love coffee And I love tea' love Ellis but He dont love me. Miss Patchell: Some of the class may be interested in the news which I have just received from I eRoy Hoff- man. He states that tomorrow he is going out to sea. Wilbur Fieldbinder: Going out to see what? FROM EXAMINATION PAPERS. Horsepower is the distance one horse can carry a pound of water in one hour. How would you keep a log? Answer: Clean. In Science class: Letha- I feel so sorry for molecules they are always getting hit. 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XXXX,.XXXX.XX.X.XX..,XX,.,W..XX,XXXXXXXXXXMNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX ...FM . f- -. . - ssgggigefji a - 1 .3! i f Music We feel, as the scholastic year has drawn to its close, that in the Music Department the time has been well spent, and a great deal has been Qomplished. During the last term, various programs have been presented that have certainly been pleasing to all. On the night of the Oratorical Con- test, Wednesday, February 21, 1917, a splendid program was rendered by the Orchestra and the Glee Club. The evening of the Senior Class Play was presented, the Orchestra furnished several selections. There was something which was presented in the Ardmore High School this year, which the High School has never had in former years. 'This was an art exhibit which lasted four days, February the twenty' eighth to March third, 1917. All the classes entertained during this art exhibit. Many splendid musical numbers were given. On February 28, Sophmore Day, Miss Vyda Booth sang, "The Song of the Soul," from the "Climax," "The Gypsy Daisies" and "The Owl," were given by the Girls' Choral Club. ' On March 1, Senior Day, Jerome Alexander sang, "Invictus," by Huhu. The Girls' Choral Club rendered two numbers, "To You," and "The Gypsies." The Orchestra played a selection. On March 2, Freshman Day, two selections were given by the Boys' Glee Club Cal "Tinkers Chorus," fbi "Go Make Life Sunny." The Male Quartet also gave two numbers: fab "A Perfect Day," Bond, fbi "The Owl and Pussy Cat," Ingram. Mrs. E. E. Guillot gave a vocal selection. On March 3, Junior Day, the Male Quartet gave a selection, "Win- ter Song." A solo was given by Miss Lorene Poulter, the Girls Double Quartet sang "Shoogy Shoo." We certainly feel that this year in music has been well spent. This is shown by the honors which the Chorus and Orchestra of the Ardmore High School took from Durant on April 19, 1917, at the Southeastern Annual Track Meet. Although the individuals of both of these organiza- tions have worked earnestly and patiently, still had it not been for Miss Ella J. Peterson, director of the Chorus, and Mr. Sol M. Lowenstein, di- rector of the Orchestra, both of whom have drilled patiently with their organizations, we might not have been so victorious. In the Orchestra contest only twenty instruments were allowed, the following are the pupils who entered the Orchestra contest: Violins- Morgan Eddleman, Gladys Guillot, Joe Brown, Frances Graham, Leon Daube, Louise Scivally, Virginia Lynn, Leta Ragsdale, Travis Ritter. , . L" III'QI'IffQlll.IfI'fIIIITf ..sv-li'-Q H .,..., A - .. - - ' '- L aE :' MJ 1, .,.. ...,.... .. .,..,M- s..s V.. vw.. s .Q..Q f.e..-.. .A N...-...,... w.1et.gs ...., 1 a.e,....w..-...v.-....... - . zgz ,Q,, 5... ' f ,K I S. X X .,,.fR,,,a:!2-. L , ,,A,,, ,,,,,,,k ,,,, 1 X sy is Siem 2 ...:.:..-:::: .SSM was ,,'- 1212: X 'WSWS x . , .x if:SSs1sfYQl'fQ' , x Violin cellos:-Hettie Burnitt, Lorene Poulter. Clarinets-Vivian Cruce, Charles Milner. Cornets-Eugene Simms, Dewey Carpenter. Drums and Traps-John Taliaferro. Trombone-Valter Poole. Piano- Frances Gorman. Organ-Ernestine Guillot. In the chorus contest only eight were allowed to enter. The followi- ing are those who were in this contest: Vyda Booth, Crete Stuart, So- pranos, Lorene Poulter, Mary Ringer, Altos, Jerome Alexander, Loren- zo Love, Tenorsg John Thompson, Walter Baker, Basses. Two handsome loving cups were given by the Southeastern Normal, which will be kept as tropics in the Ardmore High School and be re- membered as "The two honors which were Won by the Chorus and Or- chestra of 1917." On Friday, April 27, the Chorus and Orchestra rendered the con- test numbers at the Palace Theater. The numbers which were given by the Orchestra at Durant were "Zampa" overture from the opera "Zam- pa," "The Bohemian Girl," overture and a popular number. The num- bers which the Chorus presented were "The Two Grenadiers" and "Oh, Italia, Italia, Beloved," by Donzetti and "The Star Spangled Banner." The public was shown the ability of both of these organizations and on this night the Chorus and Orchestra took the opportunity to present a little token in appreciation for the earnest work of Miss Peter- son and Mr. Lowenstein. On May 4, the Orchestra competed with other Orchestras in the State Contest at Norman. Miss Vyda Booth represented Ardmore High School in voice, and Morgan Eddleman was the school representative in violin. Although we were not victorious, we know the ability of these, and we can start out "1918" with new zeal and effort and the year may bring more victories. CWQ7 ' ew Q.: ll i f-iq' lx ' 51 35, M? 5 s l s swam --. ,- . ' . -.-- ,, " ' wg -1 .2, 1 if 3 1, Q g ,. 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Today the ambition of the housewife seems to drift to the false idea of wage earning, or at least in raising the income rather than wisely and economically using and at the same time keep- ing a good account of the income of the husband and father, no matter how small it may seem. It was to teach the girls of today to do this very thing as well as to prepare them for all the duties that await the women of tomorrow, that the Domestic Science department was estab- lished in the Ardmore High School. This division of the Industrial Train- inglin our school has progressed from year to year under the efficient management of Miss McPheeters, because each and every pupil realizes the need of such training. The rooms are beautiful and they have been most conveniently equipped for the work. This year the High School Mothers' Club, with Mrs. Easley as Chairman, and chief mover in the undertaking, has procured for the use in the department twelve new sewing tables of the most approved style for school use, a large supply table for the kitchen made in the Manual Training Department a mirror, a complete set of silver for demonstration and class use, and a commodious chest for storing sewing materials. The classes have more than doubled this year. The third year class, the latest addition, has done excellent work. There has been a marked growth in efficiency as well as in numbers as proved by the ex- cellence of the Christmas exhibit which far surpassed that of last year, and by the delightful annual dinner given to the members of the school board. Mr. Woerz, one of the florists of the city, presented the girls with several beautiful plants, which greatly enhance the attractiveness of the sewing room. To the charming personality of Miss McPheeters, the instructor of the department, together with her thorough preparation for her Work, hearty co-operation of the High School Mothers' Club and the faithful- ness of each and every girl is due the success of the year 1916-17. One has wisely said, "It takes a hundred men to make a company, but one woman can make a home," and the more thorough her prepara- tion, the better and happier that home will be. The future of Ardmore is assured, she will be a city of homes, cheery, delightful, sanitary homes, not a community of loosely held together beautiful houses which in reality are mere stopping places. ELOISE SAN DLIN, ' Junior Class. LL ..... H .-... - ......--.-.-----.--- ------------- f-ff - - ' -"-'A"-" H s-msg,-N' "" """"" ' " " ,11'i'f'2. .... ':ggx.Q::i:fii.....,........'i ' "'-" isiigzzzzzzqxzzzqs """' ..... 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In addition to the class in practical work, Mr. Pleasants had a class in me- chanical drawing, which acquitted itself very creditably. : About thirty students took the course in practical work and had a very beautiful array of furniture to show for their efforts. Each student averaged three or more pieces for the year. Mr. Pleasants has in the exhibit, of which he is justly proud, about sixty clothes chests, more than twenty library tables, ten porch swings, seven Morris chairs, leather-cushioned, with spring seats, several leath- er-cushioned rocking chairs, music cabinets, piano benches, hall trees, kitchen cabinets, for the Domestic Science Department several writing desks, two parlor suites of two chairs and a settee each, and numerous smaller articles of furniture. 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WM N..x ,. ..Q.M:.Q .,.,., ,-,-, W. wMN.Wwy:::::::L myIrfrrf-Q.,xMMx.MMW qqqwwwqlfqirlrrrr 1:4 w Q : 4 fx X 1 ,'-- si ,. 1 ,E F Exk-,xii-11,4'151,.S.Q NNN '- ' 112. Til,-fi ' ' X 1fSe..1g.1Q'gs g XV 1 1 I 1 1 1 152: ORK SHOP 111: Q 5: 1 ,W A I Ei 26, IHS MANUAL TRAINING ANA1 A A 1 A 1 A L - ,1 11 e ,1 ,N i xx 1 E 1 E 1 1 5 5 1 115: Q 1 1:,1 1 1 5 i E 1 3 I 1 . ,. 1 ag, Q 5 1 A 2 --N 'b ' ' X Department of Expression MISS ELEANOR LILLEY A very attractive department of High School is that of Expression, at the head of which is Miss Eleanor Lilley, of Colorado Springs, Colo- rado Miss Lilley is a graduate of the Byron W. King School of Ora- for the work she is doing. She is a young lady of pleasing personality, a great deal: of talent, and untiring energy. During the year she has presented her pupils in eight recitals, the last of which, given in May, was unusually attractive, being a very charming production of the fourth act of Maeterlink's fairy play, "The Blue Bird." In addition to giving these recitals, Miss Lilley assisted in train- ing the students for the annual operetta, and the Senior play. and seven silver medals were won by her pupils during the county con- test and this department will doubtless be more popular than ever next year tory,'of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, and thoroughly trained and prepared She has 'had an enthusiastic class of sixty-five pupils Four gold Q 5 i . :- R . ,fX X X X- .X X 5 X S l ? i 2 i , Q y Z Z ? Z , , Z5 Z f 7 2 7 , X 5 ' "aww i. ' ' :sf ' QQ, ,,,, W 4 4 X f f .W W 1:1 C SN? 225 Q A K Ui 35: Eh? 5 X W X W W ZW X im X X X s 52 is 3, Xu 15.35 EXE WW :S i EX N ye X W WWW .- .1 , was .Q gl 'P it 1 :rp mg, :X ml si! . :X , tg X. :S ii , sg - - :X is E as xg 11 : :X -: ess! 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The Work is taken along the lines of china decoration Water colors pen and ink leathei and basketry. Dr E. E White says that 'Art IS caught, not taught ' so on glancing through this Annual one notes that enough art has been caught this term to show that real art interest has been developed Who knows but thatim our midst we have a future Millet Holbein or Corot, who only need the guiding hand of a competent instructor s 'Fifi 13 if f Wm E isilizfi . , I . of arts and crafts. This school year has found many taking advantage' 5 3 7 , C ' ! - ' 9 66 2? ' 7 in-n-us xgtgiiiiiizimqss "" """ ""' ""' --F ' ', rg -. f .,,- q . - - .. :W L . f, uv W ,,,,,., ...... . fa -:5 3 .... Tiff' H' --11-LH-"WNW ------ fI'-f11i11iiiffffff1fff--T' "'-'- 1,.111::,,1'51,,ii1f'i3'e55e5:i2521,5:"11-f -'--' 5 - ,"'f ......Y.. ., ,..... . ....... ,..,. iz--I1 s - Nmn x. , l Ling See s View of Ardmore High School Ardmore, Oklahoma. Dear Friend: One sun-shinny morning in month of August I pick up magazine in which I find Ad, saying, in city Ardmore are High School where all varieties are taught by learnsome faculty and where business courses are teached and specious tension is given to both dull and intellectually shine pupils-so I make immediate decide to come. When I arrive at destination I are informed that examination for intrance will be held the preceeding day--I go to interview School- Master, who are very distinguished man. He reported to me almost in- stantaneous that I are sadly lacking in recommendation and that he need more particular in almost anything before listing me with scholars. I study with great insolence during remainder of extending time before exams, then I appear before Proff. with great Wobbling of knees and are clutched with horrible fear-I go over to his desk-I are walking one mile across to it. Never did I answer questions with such dreadfulness as I did this morning. Proff. ask me many foreign ques- tions. He says, "Ling See do you know the organ of smell?" I meekly say, "No, sir," and he say, "Correct my son." He seem parculiar man- asks me so much funny questions-but I answer best allows my ability and Proff. retort "That are good attempt, Ling See." During rest of day expense are horrible until at prompt 2 p. m. it are posted on sign-board, that I are given a condictional entrance. I are so gladsome that I hollo for joy-when I relization that I are now Frosh-boy. Next I are ushered up to office where Hon. Register-hands out paper which are signed by me. They tell me to commence work next day. Then one kind lady hands out list of books for me to get, and I go to big book store where I see school children-Clerk says, "Some- thing?" I report with quick word that I are bright, awkard boy in search for class books which I are willing to donate generosity amount of money for. Clerk look at me crazy-like and ask me many questions about what I are going to do-I retort with clerity all rarity of accom- . f- ..,.,,,, L, .,,, I ,rrtrr T W ,,,,,,,, ,,,.,,,,,, ,,,,,1,,,, J L-.W ...,.- ,, . , , v . .5 ,. .rkeami , , h . . ,I M A " if-mr ' V A . . . M' ,if 'A ' ' - 'ncbi-A if gghgii 1 as if-1 S is ,, E .ff plishments owned by me and he say after frown of expression--"You are a queer guy, come again." I blush all over face and ears burns, grab stack of books under arm and rush for door. I are told to be at school next morning at 8:30. I arrive promptly, only by being fifteen and a half minutes late and take side seat. A queer boy jumps to platform and requires much contention, but are coaxed soon into beauntous Words. He says, "Come out of the Woods, sand- paper your chin-We're wild, we're Wooly-we're not a sack of salt- Ardmore High School-Rah! Rah! Rah!" Which pleases faculty much. Next they all sing sweetest little song and I listen in maintenance of sil- ence, until song grew tiresome and on account of much things hap- pening of late I grow weary and before song is finished fall asleep. I feel tap of pencil on top of head, I wake up to find Boss standing over me while all are laughing. I rise up in the up-roar and Boss lead me out of chapel. I am very ashame of self. Hope you are the same, LING SEE, P. S.-I are already commence learning sweet litle song. F ii' My isli Q55 ii' lu U: .,, Q sit iii' :E it l 11' 3111155111151 '1"' "Wi ?l"'ii!i Sli x ,, ..,,.. .........Y...,. , s .... .. . ,.,.,... .. 1 .g E . " " ' Roll of Honor 1 z The Ardmore High School has not failed to respond to her country's call and has sent her share of stalwart young manhood to fight in the cause of Liberty. Both on land and sea our boys Will be found and it is With just pride and swelling hearts that we think of our classmates facing death in the trenches and on the sea for love of God and country. Glenn Parks and Charles Skinner, Juniorsg Gaddis Williams and Roy Hoffman, Sophomores, and Karl Grunert, Freshman, have ffl answered the call to arms and are on the nava.l training ships on the Great Lakes. Cornelius McKelvey and Abbott Brady are in the army, training for service in France. Robert Sayre, a graduate of 1915, is in H. training at New Orleans for service with the "Mosquito Fleet." The Honor Roll is not long, because our boys have been urged to il finish school before enlisting, but we can not but feel proud of these lads who have been first to offer themselves and all their hopes and am- bitions-a willing sacrifice on the altar of their country's need. , l I I ill .Q , ,,. , ..,. . .,,. ..... .ef N gy- x- M x FSS: SWNW ,XX , ,,,,., , ,,,. 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First Ward has to its credit, after the county contests, the athletic cup, one gold and two silver medals in oratory and one silver medal in spelling. Luhian Jones, Dan West and Irvin Glass brought honor to us by their running and jumping. Richard Norman of the third grade Won first place in the boys' reading contest, and Jo Shelton also of the third grade won second in the girls' contest. Mary Davis won second place in the in spelling. Other ward representatives were Howard Barrett of the Sixth grade in penmanship and Bethine Wolverton of the Fifth grade in read- ing. GLEE CLUB NOTES The Glee Club has progressed rapidly this year due to the fact that nearly every member has had from four to five years Work in sight reading We have mastered a great many difficult numbers this year and have begun to practice our commencement songs The members of the Glee Club wlsh to extend thanks to Miss Pet- erson for the excellent training she has glven them and to the other teachers Miss Alexander and MISS Mansfield who have given freely of their time and work that we may end our year s work victoriously, to you we extend our heartfelt gratitude eighth grade reading, Louise Lawrence of the fourth grade won second !,f"xX QX3 QQ' 'fs X QR NSR, , X Q , i XxX'- Ov A i X X 3 N X NNN X xwmx WNQXNQNXQXQQQNQQ?wNxsKNSS.R-fs-QQEQXSES Q1 5- lr x A fp X. .4-.www Q X ski.-x E , A N M . 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X x,,X,XxxXNx..xXN...x..x.Nxx..x.... x.....x. .......,,x,X...X.x. X ..,x..X X X X X x.,x..x . N S 5 .L.....X.XXx.. XXX X,.xv, ,x.Xxxxx.xX , .xXx.x . ,xxXx.XxXXXNNx , X. .XX. . XN..,X.X.X..X. XXXXX,xX X XX, Xxxwx , X XXQX X XXWXXXXXXXW..XX.X.........XX,.X.,XX.N xg -X X X 5 V.. Ss r il .ff ""' X? 'R smfsrsf 25-sys :kg xx Washington School In reviewing the past year's Work, we find the good things, the worth-while work, the harmony and the loyalty among the children, teachers and patrons-the best We have ever known. Mary Nell Brown of seventh grade won the second place in the state in the state penmanship contest. Among her most worthy rivals in Second Ward, were Zora Arnold, Hattie Bell Wall and Addie Tullos. n Some excellent work has been done by pupils in different rooms in declamatory work this year. Ernest Lykins, Blanche Fraley, Clara Bell Stubblefield, Mattie Joines, Dora Willie Tallieferro, Naomi Rol- lins, Edith McLaughlin, Frances Tarver, Nancy Fraley, Norman Hyde and Ruby Agee are among the number. Second Ward was much pleased when the announcement was made in election of honor pupils. We never had a more worthy, brighter, sweeter dispositioned pupil than Jennie Myra Halford. If the excellent work is kept up in High School in the next four years, the following pupils may be candidates for honors: Vivian Dus- tin, Joseph Rainey, Lovard Agee, Ruth Hutchins, Bernice Wells, Blanche Fraley and Ferris Richmond. 'The Civic League and Mothers' Club have placed concrete copings around our flower beds, and now there is to be quite a rivalry to see which grade will keep the best flower bed through the summer. A prize will be given the grade that succeeds. These two excellent organ- izations-the Mothers' Club and Civic League-are wonderful forces for civic improvement and good. Mrs. Charles Rollins, our retiring Mothers' Club president, has done most excellent work and only the strongest plea that home duties obliged her to decline the place, kept the honor from being thrust upon her for another year. ' ' In the Civic Class. Mrs. Washington: "What is the Hague Conference, Willie?" Willie: "It is a place where they meet to discuss the peaceable set- tling of questions between nations, but they are not working very hard at it now." "My enlistment in the Army of Gardeners" was the subject of a composition in eighth grade not long ago, and some most excellent thoughts on the labor problem and patriotism. were brought forth. ..... ,,L ,,,,,,,,: , .W .....,. ... ... ..... - .... ..... .................... . H . . ...... .. gs" if , Q 1 s i 5 s 6 1 f 7 Z W ? 2 . X Z 4 ! 4 Wi 72 A ZMVW, ,Q 44721 ff, , 4 ag If by Q ,y ,,,. gy, I H J, 15 X M ASH NGTON SCH OOL GLEE CLUB 7' 2 WW W .Mx x P V . . . .xx..xxN.X. Nx.Nx.NxN..xxXXxxxx....xxx,x...N....x..,x...NXXNxxNx..xN.. X,xX.x.Nxx.xx .X.X......x..... . x I Qi- X ,..Nx..xxxXKx,Nx,.N x,,.XxxX.xXxX,x.xx,x .xxxxxxx .xX.XxXN,x.xxxNxKxx.NxNx , x , W. xxxxx X N NXx,XNxXxXXXxxxxNX W Xxxxxxxxxx w N xxxx Q XXAXXkXXXXXXxXxQxXxXx K xxwmwmwm X N I xxx .6 34234 QQ at X saint 55155: 5 W ,A,,, S il gsm. X 3515 51.51532 gsrusssz. W ' 'rfse:sE:'1f's:s, ,... .,., , xfst-"' x-' . 1 S Lincoln School FRANCES GRAHAM ' G First Honor Student, 1917. , The deportment of our school is entirely satisfactory. As the year closes, teachers and pupils are on the alert to have a good report at the end of the session. Our Fourth Grade teacher, Miss Chambers, has left the school ranks. We have in her stead Mrs. Frances Gallaher, of Leadville, Colo- rado, who has adapted herself readily to our school system, and won the perfect regard of her pupils, and who is a pleasure to the faculty. Her pupils report a herbarium under construction in Nature study, also a debate for the near future, the subject being: "Which is My Favorite Group of States?" . The Eighth Grade has a total enrollment of fifty-two, the largest 1n numbers in our historyg in size, perhaps the smallest average. Several A ,,,,,.,,,l, ,,,,.,,.,, ..,,..,..,,....,,.,, ef - X stmsw X , CY: ff- :fs , . , NNUYU X ' "" ' Q11:::::::::q:.1g,:s ifgggxgvgimxiiiggtgt AVAY I .... .,,.., .T-as fr AAVAYAAVAVAAV ::,,.::.:::,,: . N ss. X ., .-,, . --sQSs.3Esf5,KQ. " X kb. X xx came into this class from last year's Sixth Grade. In this number we find aq few of the keenest students in the class. Frances Graham and Roy Howard are our honor students. They have been perfect in attendance and as near perfect in deportment as a healthy, active, normal child could be. Each of these is a class officer, officers of Pathfinder Club, each won a gold medal in Carter County Meet, and each has endeared himself to every teacher in Lincoln School. Their names and pictures are expected to appear and re-appear in every Criterion for the next four years. Our year has been saddened by the sickness and death of two of our favorite boys, Roy Vaughn and Walton Spencer. Roy was an all- around athlete, helped us win every contest, and was a noble boy. Wal- ton was a gentle, lovable student, who had gained the affection of all his teachers and classmates. Mrs. Poland's Seventh Grade is pleased to report a small tardy roll for the year, with only three, and these were excused tardies. Mrs. Birkshire reports that during six months of the session there were no tardies in her department. The last session of the Mothers' Club was entertained by the pri- mary departments under the direction of their teachers, Mrs. Birkshire and Mrs. Hardie. Their numbers, presented in concert arrangement, were pleasing to the audience and a credit to themselves and their teachers. The Mothers' Club meant much to our school this year in a ma- terial way, having spent S5170 for our school interests and having a bal- ance of near fifty dollars. They have united with the Confederated Clubs of Oklahoma. In election of officers, Mrs. Lamont Byers was made president, Mrs. L. S. Dolman, vice, and Mrs. Walcott, secretary. Mrs. Kahn, who has been president for four years, was made honorary president for lifeg also Mr. Allen, our principal, and his wife, Who leave Lincoln school this spring, were made lifetime members of our club. The spiritual influence promoted by the generosity, kindness and co- operation of the club, has been worth more to the school than the ma- terial aid rendered. I ' M. .lx . Q. XX N F -- y-xL - P- R ' ,C X 5 IYi?.ffiXX E X A 1 i X . 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R , X TX Ng, Jefferson School The representatives from Jefferson School in the oratorical contest were Ester Lee, Eighth gradeg Hardy Murphy, Seventh gradeg Josephine Coffman and Charles Ringer, Sixth gradeg Lucile Stroud and Palmer Henson, Third Grade. Ester Lee won gold medalg Josephine Coffman won the silver medalg Charles Ringer won the silver medal. The poem, "Your Flag and My Flag," has been memorized by each and every pupil in Jefferson school. The teachers are greatly pleased with the true patriotism of the pupils. Our Glee Club is doing great work under the supervision of Miss Peterson. We have learned several three-part songs. After a great picnic and Easter hunt, several of the grades have returned to their work with greater zeal and a determination to be promoted. ' 'The Eighth grade class play has been very successful' in its practice. The "Tacky Concert" presented by the Mothers' Club was a great success. They cleared a neat sum for the treasury. It is with a sting of bitter grief that We speak of the departure of the efficient principal of Jefferson School, Mr. Coffman. For six years Mr. Coffman has been principal of this school. We have learned to love and respect him as all Who know him have done. Mr. Coffman will after this year be our county superintendent. The greatest and sincerest wishes of his pupils and fellow-teachers follow him to his new field of labor. Pearl Jones will be May Queen of Jefferson School. The pupils and teachers are very busy with practice for May Day. CLYDE PARISH. L L fffif.ifffffffififff.Q.fi1LilliiiliifiiilL.:.Q:Qfl1i:q:g.Qi::::::Q::QfiifQilflifsfzgfffxldtqzfzzqs ,J X -fsfxx X X X XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX XXX S X - X XSS? XY ' X X X X X X X X S E X s 5 S X X S i I 2 S X S f X X X X X X X WW WW ZWf ZWW CLUB LEE G HOOL SC F F ERSON JE f ...,.. , .,,,, XX,., K ,,,...,.. ....,,. N .M X.,,.,,. , ..., ...,, ,,.,,,,..,....X , . WX, .,...,.. X ,,,..,,,.,,..X.. X xx.X.. 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You are to keep these coupons until the big drawing, which will be held at 'our Ardmore store December 22, 1917. Auto Supplies We carry the most complete line of Automobile Sup- plies in Southern Oklahoma. Distributors for Michelin Tires and Inner Tubes and Pennsylvania Vacuum Cup Tires. "IF IT'S USED ON AN AUTO WE HAVE IT" Tell Your Friends and Neighbors oi This Contest Be sure and ask, for tickets when making cash pur- chases and paying monthly accounts. 0klahoma 0il and uto uppl Compan DON A. COCHRAN, Cen. Mgr. Stores at Ardmore, Wirt, Ringling, Waurika and Healdton s:s::z1f1f112555S9 Nssm "'s 1 NX ....... ....,.. X .,....... X..,..., ...., X . We ....... . .XQNg.,,:i,.,, ,wg s N . xi- st ...:'- ,-.- Q ss ks SSS S E - s X is Ski six SN E :Nm RS X 3 sis 3 S 3 E 2 552 Q is s S 2 5 . HN L kmmm ,Y ,,,,..... .... . X NWN,N,X,,N,,WNN, W...Nw-N.usww-.mm-.wr S 5: g NNNN ...,....... -E :QE "E is! E E LQ .... 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LOWenStein SERVICE Mgr- '06 1 S .,,, ,,,,. , , .,,., ..,,,,,,,, , Jkyms- ,A',',-"" - -""" ---- ' ,QKQ Q o.cc,c W ...... 'if ....... 1 ,.., ..., sg15....,...,..s, 9 11:11---:':.:':.::...:::::::::.:::::zzxwsmxw:::::::::':'::::1:::.:1:..1.::1-2 11- ::':' K S Q, 5 'ffffff---I-Iflfirllff , , , , ,,,,,,,,, , ,,,k,,,g,, ,,,,, , , ,,x, x.,,, ,,x,,x, T ,.,...,.... ,,,,,,.,, , , , W ,.,.,.,. E E S EWFEEEMEEEE-N W .....-.. , W- .. ........... , ,,,, ,... ......, , ,. .... , --W ....-...V--V -------. 5 'K"" ' A ,, Rt ' :rite ,.,,.qgw,f X THE PRTNCESS THEATRE Excellent Feature Pictures And 1 High Class Vaudeville WELL VENTILATED, SANITARY, TEN EXITS A Glad Welcome to All Start a A Bank Account Now No Account too Small to Receive Our Best Attention Guaranty State Bank , ,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,, , , ..,,,.. x -Xv3v f -VTV 5 Mgt: f'N .t ,ici-..H , . , . -5.1lee-Q-s,.s-Q-swfaqcgxszea- ff ---- 1' ------- ' WW'ww-f ---- """""' ii':111::1',:1:11,::i.T::: """" TTQ2f'.TlT111'1111,i11.1L1 ,,.., Ns X T .,........,.,.,c,,...,.....,c.t.,..cT..an,.,...e,.. , .....,......,,,.,.. , , .... H i 3. HOME OF 9 e ree " M ir A X k-xN. .N .,.. W-:U ,,,, W1 XS vm + Q X . . 3 s 1 ifs , Of : N 4 :gsssggk- f xx HART SCHAFFNER 81 MARX GOOD CLOTHES 5mz 1 ad HI: I Lhvh gL1,,,, ,. W ,",.u.,v, 4 .f- 1' HAM-Mem 61, r more 0 a oma LW tzzz ig, f1 JE SMART WEAR 'COR WOMEN 3- RW' L X Q K .,,.,,., ,, .,,,, , ,,.A,.,, -5-mmm:fl,QMite::::mQe1L11mes w --... ,, ..xx.x.x. xx QQQ5 s xg Q-Wie:-V ..... . .3 X XXXXXX. ,X..X.,X.,X.,XX,X 1 ..,....,.,.. - --XX X we was s ,,,., , ,,,...,. ,,,,,.,..,.. . .... . .. ,..-,-,-- -,,,,----.,------x-, New Ms 5 Sig? 5 .S f wssss sssWsssesewW WMM X N x Ladies and Misses Outer Garments JUST THIS: Van-. 7 ,.,, ,WW H , ,ML WFUDNITUREANDCARDET CO SELLS GOOD FURNITURE Cat's Paw Rubber Heels Attached 50c. Union Shop Cross Electric Shoe Phone 126-J 3 N. Washlngton We call for and deliver , ,ffm so illol, Watch our windows for the new ideas in footwear. Sport Oxfords and Dutch Heel Pumps to Ht any foot. :X ........... . ..t....t. V Aeeeedeeeee -e bbebbeebe QMt:1,:1axWx::':. .... . .M t...dt.. 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S White House Coffees and Teas E Q :iii Q iii sis 2 208 PHONES 446 its SEQ Q' XX X N iii Q fxs x sssss ---- - V .....t... C.Mwmwwe,rrWWWmem-e,:-2r--.::m,f,f:,w.Q1m NSN i is ,A x xr 1-xx. Mx W x,.x :NX S X SW - - . Q lax S Wai ' S: :sis . -S2 xX X X X E Q? Z W 5 rg 25, Z 'W 1 kg O 1 0 O 5 ? en Q D' ZZ P1 'X CD 5 CD "' pf? 4' Q co fb C3 -4 :Q U " rn r' 20 fo 3 S. .3 cn -- Q W we 7 ' E 55 4 H D :r 'Q G N ' UQ H- r-1 U3 M f 0 5 pq Ig I O F' W Z4 U' -1. m 2 i 0 fig Q sw "3 CD H 1-11 li M N , gg Q, CD 9 N -- -- cn A ff X M. , ,vff 'Wa I' C C I ' 5 sw '4 Q5 Q5 O W Z an C:-9 r-4 W X O U1 A4 44 .Q . an D 3 ' O f-+ 1 'D CD "3 "' cn N 7 rf r as O U1 1 ,f ' ' H '4 3 ,... 5 :S B "1 SD ' G fi ,Z N fe ,... Q 5 CI kg- E N U3 QI' mo' ,.. N. ,, " Dj QD - 1 O UQ UQ 'DTI CD D' M F1 , "5 N N CD r'f' , 'A as r-U gg H I-x .... . v-g '71 :: Q- w rv M 4 'V U3 CD V 5 s E 2 Quick Dellvery Phone 387 Phone 71 105 W. Mam .... liiljij ..... ...,, . ,... Q .. X .. ., ,....,N..X.M..q.x..AWWWN..N,.MN..x.,..x..,N.N.x....W..W..V,x.,x.,N .....,..M.,w WN :SRX 2 M....A- v.w:,,m 1 xzzi, - 55,9 jNX X F 55. NWeX::mi:1::Q...Q:SSSS ..,.... , ........... - ............ ....,..-.. - ,,-,, K xx.. xclss - Xa Pennington Grocely fi - Company - i -A-Wholesale Distributors Cheek-Neal Coffee Company 's Celebrated Maxwell House Coffee F i A-A-A "Good to the Last Drop" THE ARDMORE NATIONAL BANK OF ARoMoRE, oKLA. TOTAL ASSETS S722,622.63 We Respectfully Solicit Your Account Knowing We Can Serve You Satisfactorily. P. D. MAXWELL, cAs1-HER TOISEEFYQEER PRIMROSE DAIRY 1 TALCUM FARM MANICURE GOODS CLEAN MILK JOHNSON DRUG CO. DRUGS, PRESCRIPTIONS, SODA FREE DELIVERY 1 PRODUCED BY THE COLLEGE FARMER MORT WOODS, PROPRIETOR Phone 460 .. ,.e. M. ,.,,.e,.,.e....,,. ,C -- NN fix ,, ,...... .. . - Q W Z i 5 ESTHEIMER 81 D UBB . 2' 2 9 - ' Ardmore s Leading Department Store A Big Store Filled With June Values The Store's Splendid Stocks of Summer Merchandise have been gatlfered during weeks of careful research of the country's foremost markets. With "Economy" the watchword of the times, our supreme efforts have been concentrated with . but one object in view: to give our patrons the X kind of service that means most to them---Better X assortments, better values, and lower prices. X Now is the time to supply your needs, while every stock is brim full of values that we may not be able to dup- licate in the future. NOTICE!--- It is' essential for every good business man to advertise his business in order to improve if. THAT IS ONE THING. CHICK AS AVV ,-wBut-Ito meelethe requirements ofrhis claims as to his ability, is ANOTHEK COMPANY THING. PHONE 51 i Yours for Better Cleaning and Dyeing Union shop KISH'S Union shop The Exclusive Expert Dry Cleaners and Dyers of Southern Okla. U Office Tel. 909-J 1015-1019 N. Washington Q F . Q 2 """"""' -"" - H -""" :S wit? is was YQ -1 1 2 1 as. C my . . X - N - , xx S to . ..Y. ,,,, Xx,,x, ,.... . M ...m... , , ,,, k..Q Q ,W ..,.,,, .Lgt1:::rr:t::::33T?it Nxyxt 3 xtxxtxx i MM Xxx.Nx..x,xN,Xx,x C Mm ,.xNN X X xxxx s ,xxxx , ,WWW Kxxx W xxwx X Wu xKx,k C M,W................,MM ,xxxx - , XXX ' S X S ii EESX Xi was tis QQ In choosmg Clothes for your buslness or vacatzon wear, do sig n I a n so from a house that speclallzes exclusively ln Clothes for its X E Young men A xg? A7 Q L or I' X 'A Q I V fr fy., V yg f f 1 , ' Q 1 H 9 if WQN IEELELU Q J M Blilkw H Mitt rio ' E , r , r X A Have a renowned reputation for bezng the lcleal llne for the mf Ni Young Men who care for just a llttle more style, fit and . . . Qs workmanshl ln their clothes--- QQ: x. A Ns . h . f h - S We would appreczate t e opportunlty o s owlng You these better Clothes EY S S as Th' ' yy ts The New mgs Fxrst X X . S WW 1 ebefeeff f....,,.... . ......,.,.., , ,,l,l,,l,,, ,A,,,,, M ,A,,,,,, , , . sf 'sxs X . X M, .... - ..., l....... ....,.,. is N etx,.. N ..,. ,t.l.tN . l..l N ..M..M..M.,..NWWN xe,, .mfwwwWeNNNWWWMewmxmuw.-....,N..u ' 5 1, sffa 14 X 4 . "" Jig gagsgiegtg: Egigsvm ,fY'. 15 s Ss A I V E SQ T E5I...f...'ffffff'fffffff"ffl Fashion Park Clothes Packard Shoes For Men Silver and Ide Shirts These and many more Stand- ard brands you will find at J. B. Spragins HARDWARE co. DEALERS IN Shelf and Heavy Hardware Stoves, Machinery Tinware and Implements. NE W MAN'S Popular Price Store For Man and Boy Overland Automobiles TELEPHONE 25 USE Te H QQ aim A A has HIGH fici yirfll 7 BEST ON THE MARKET PATRIOTISM SHOW IT ENCOURAGE IT SPREAD IT FRALEY 81 COMPANY "The Service Agency" PHONE 1041 , oo,, ,,.. ,,i.,t ..,,c,.. t,,,i..t.. 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