Arkadelphia High School - Ark Yearbook (Arkadelphia, AR)
- Class of 1941
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Foreword . .h
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our years in high school can be compared to a trip
on Noah's Ark. As Freshmen we-Mare all packed for
entrance into the Ark, not knowing exactly what exper-
iences await us. As Sophomores we are in the Ark
during the hardest period of' rain, wondering whether
the ship will carry us through. As Qluniors We stand
on the deck, with the sun's rays breaking through and
in the distance we can visualize our diplomas. As
Seniors we march triumphantly down the gang plank
into a new World, nevertheless realizing that new jour-
neys await us-Bon Voyage.
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0 Mrs. Frank Gerig, Secretary of the
School Board, teacher, friend, and guide,
we dedicate this volume of The Ark in sin-
cere appreciation of her voluntary service
and inspirational guidance.
II. Classes A
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Mr. L. M. Goza
Mr. Neill McCaSkill
Manual 'Training and Me-
chanical Drawing, 1937
Mrs. Mattie B. Clark
lvliss Mary Elizabeth Worrell
Mists Amy Jean Greene
Miss Clara Young
Latin and English, 1940
Mrs. R. B. Thomas
Dramatics and English,
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Mr. V. L. Huddleston
Mrs. Logan Davis
Secretary to Mr. Goza,
Mr. J. O. Burns
Mrs. A. N. Thomas
Miss Eleanor Warren
Home Economics, 1939
Mr. Hallie Matlockifi
Science and Math, 1937
Mr. George Emoryzii
Coach and Math, 1935
Called into the Army at mid-
year. Succeeding them are Mr.
Barrelle Addis, Science and Math,
and Mr. Harry Tolleson, Coach
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fW0rds by Miss Alberta Harrington,
lMusic by Elsie Mae Eppsj
Our High School Alma Mater,
We sing to thee today,
To offer thee our homage
And love and loyalty.
Our love for thee is not concerned
With building, brick, or stone:
But for thy spirit and ideals
We give thee praise alone.
In years to come, in memory Q
Of happy hours spent here,
We'l1 oft' recall our student days,
O, Alma Mater, dear.
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President . . Belvagene Crowley
Vice-President , Tom Tglleson
Secretary . . . . Sue Robey '
Reporter . . Ed Daugherty
Sponsors . .S Miss Young
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JOE CALLAWAY III
MARY :Sz MARTHA CARTER
VERNA SUE ELLIOTT
MARY ALICE FREEMAN
MATTIE JOHN HATCHER
RUBY JO HEWITT
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DAPHN E LEDBETTER
EMMA JANE MCGUIRE
MARY JO MORRIS
DOROTHY MAE NASH
MARY CORNELIA PARKER
MARY LOUISE PATTERSON
DORIS ANN PENNINGTON
RUBY DELL PIERCE
ADA JEAN ROSS
EMMA JANE SHEETS
NORMA GRACE SIMS
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FRESHMEN NOT HAVING PICTURES IN '
J. T. BASS
MARY JANE BRADEN
JOHN BILL CALHOUN
A. D, COOK
J. C. ELLIOTT
BILLY JOE FLORENCE
HAROLD LLOYD FRANCIS
J. R. FRANCIS
MARY ALICE FREEMAN
GEORGIA LOU FULMER
BERTHA MEADE GRAY
RUBY JO HEWITT
MARY M. STUEART
WILLIAM GILL SUITOR
CHARLES E. THOMPSON
MARTHA JANE THOMPSON
AMY SUE TODD
MARY RUTH WILLIAMS
BETTY BROOK OWENS
JANUSA JONES USH SIMONSON
LLOYD KING ' .A ARJORIE SOSSAMON
L. B. MAY
JAY JOE MORRIS
RUBY FAE TAYLOR
MARY JANE TODD
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President . . . James Loderick Goza
Vice-President . . Maxine Pennington
Secetary . . . Jean Flory
Reporter . . Betty Harrell
Sponsors . . Miss Warren
FRANCES LENA ATKINS
J ESSIE BRADLEY
WILMA FAYE COLWELL
SAMMIE LEE DAWSON
JAMES LODERICK GOZA
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PEGGY JEAN KEY
C. J. KIMBROUGH
MARY RUTH MCCALLUM
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SOPHOMORES NOT HAVING PICTURES IN
ORA BRADSHAW P. W. HODGES
OLAN BRIDGES JOSEPHINE HOLDER
HOWARD BUCK KENNETH HOWELL
DICKIE CLEM HASSELL HUNNICUTT
JAN CROW BILL JAMESON
PAULINE DANIELL MICKEY JONES
BETTY JO DUKE EARL KAUFFMAN
ROSS DUNCAN JIMMY LEGGETT
DAN FINGER PETE LODEN
PAULINE FRAZIER JAMES MCELHANNON
JAMES FREEMAN FLORINE MCKINNON
MURREL HARDIN EUGENE MCQUEARY
MORRIS HARNESS CLYDE MEADOR
PAULINE HELMS EMMA JEAN MELTON
HARRIS HERRON GERALD MERRITT
GARL NEEL A
R. S, RUTLEDGE
W. H. SHEETS
G. R. SHIRLEY
J. B. PENNINGTON
LA NITA WALFER
MARY ELISE WALTERS
MAGGIE MAE DANNIELL
LOLA NETTIE FRANCIS
MARY ADALYN JOHNSON
MARY FRANCES LOGAN
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. . . Emily Newberry
. . Cecil Cupp
. Miss Worrell
J OSETTE BOULLIOUN
BONNIE JEAN BRASHEARS
MARY LOUISE CLARK
NORMA JEAN CLEM
MAMIE SUE FEIMSTER
MARTHA FRANCES HARRIS
IIATTIE LAVELLE HAYES
ANNIE RUTH HUNTER
LAVANA MAE JOHNSON
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MARY ALICE MCCASKILL
MARY ATCHLEY MILLS
MAXIN E RYAN
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MARY LOU TERRELL
MARTHA TURNER Y
DOROTHY WILES A
ANNE CULLEY YATES
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BILLY ROY FEIMSTER
B. J. FREEMAN
M. C. GOLDEN
JOHN AMOS HUMPHRIES
FLORA MAE KEENER
'With National Guard
MARY CATHRYN SUITOR
.Ion DEAN TOLLESON
J. P. TUCKER
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Secretary . .
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. . . . Betty Pack
. Betty Lowdermilk
. . Daniel Grant
. Miss Greene
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LOIS ALLIN DER
Badger Staff '41, Student Council.
'Someone you know:
Someone you won't forget."
"A" Association '39, '40, '41, Student Coun-
cilg Football '39, '40, Basketball '41g Boy
"Oh sleep! It is a. blessed thing,
Would that there were more of it."
Treasurer Student Council '40, Secretary
Student Council '41, Honor Society '41,
Badger Staff '41, Cottage Club '39, 4-H
Club '39g Glee Club '38, '39g Vice-Presi-
dent Junior Class '40g Student Council.
"Always a pleasing manner and
A winning smile to everybodyf
C. F. BATSON
Student Councilg President Student Coun-
cil '413 HA" Association '38, '39, '40, Foot-
ball '38: '39, '40.
"You may reognize him more on the
field than in the class room."
Student Councilg Transferred from Hot
"Oppressed by two weak evils,
Classes and work."
Student Councilg Boy Scout,
"Short, but sweet,
For inches do not make the man."
Student Council, Dramatic Club '40, '41g
Glee Club '38, '39, Transferred from Cam-
den, Arkansas '40,
"Quite reserved and demure,
A friend of Whom you are sure."
MAGGIE J. BUCK
Student Councilg Glee Club '41,
"She has a sincere pride and
an optimistic spirit that is admirable."
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"A kind girl
With a kind heart."
Student Council, Honor Society '40, '41,
Secretary Honor Society '41, Ark Staff '41,
Badger Staff '41, Dramatic Club '40, '41,
Thespians '41, Journalism Club '40, '41,
Quill and Scroll '41, Debating '41, Glee
Club '38, '39, '41, Junior Classical League
'39, '40, '41, "A" Association '37, '38, Treas-
urer Junior Class, President Senior Class,
Track '38, Contest-ant in Boys Quartet,
District Meet '41.
"Business and pleasure
Combined into a great personality."
Student Council, Badger Staff '41, Jour-
nalism Club 41, "A" Association '37, '38, '39,
'40, '41, Eagle Scout, Football '37, '38, '39,
'40, '41: Football Captain '40, Basketball '37,
'38, '39, '40, '41, Basketball Captain '41'
Track '37, '38, District Track Meet '37, '38
"All great men are dying,
I feel bad myself."
Dramatic Club '41, Cottage Club '40, '41'
4-H Club '40. '41, Reporter 4-I-I Club '40'
Glee Club '41, Student Council.
"Here ls your chance, boys
She's an A student in Home Ee."
Student Council, Boy Scout.
"When good luck knocks at the door,
Let him in and keep him there."
Honor Society '41, Cotttage Club '39, '40,
4-H Club '38, '39, Glee Club '38, '39, Stu-
"Time will never be
Heavy on her hands."
Student Council, 4-H Club '37, Boy Scout.
"Friendly, modest, clean life,
The rest of him is hard work."
MARY CATHRYN DUNCAN
Student Council, Honor Society '41, Bad-
ger Staff '41.
"She is gay and gladsome,
And has a laughing face."
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Student Council, Cottage Club '38, '39,
"Earnest efforts will lead the Way
To great achievements."
"Abreast of the best,
Ahead of the rest."
Student Council, 4-H Club '38, '39, Glee
Club '38, '39.
Will be her aim."
"Fair and Softly goes far."
' SCYBLENE GLOVER
"Whistle and work,
Refuse to shirkf'
Student Council, Reporter Student Coun-
cil '40, Honor Society '40, '41, Reporter
Honor Society '41, Ark Staff '41, Badger
Staff '40, Dramatic Club '39, '40, '41, Treas-
urer Dramatic Club '41, Thespians '41, Quill
and Scroll '40, '41, President Quill and
Scroll '41, Journalism Club '39, '40, '41,
Debating '40, '41, Glee Club '39, Junior
Classical League '39, '40, '41, Reporter Jun-
ior Classical League '39, President Junior
Classical League '41, "A" Association '38,
'39, '40, '41, Eagle Scout, Reporter Junior
Class, Reporter Senior Class, Track '38.
'40, Tennis '39, '40, '41, Contestant in Boys
Quartet District Meet '39, '41, Vice-Presi-
dent Journalism Club '41,
"If it's a gentleman and a scholar
You have found him."
Student Council, 4-H Club '37,
"Men who have a great deal to say
Use fewest words."
Student Council, Badger Staff '41, Drama-
tic Club '38, '39, '40, '41, Thespians '41,
Journalism Club '41, Glee Club '38, '39, '41,
Boy Scout, Yell Leader '40, '41, Glee Club
in District Meet '39,
"He is still in the age
Of his romantic tendencies."
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Student Council, Boy Scout.
"A wise head
On young shoulders."
Student Council, Glee Club '41,
"One who has every right to succeed."
EMMA JEAN HOLLON -
Student Council, Badger Staff '41, Cot-
tage Club '41, Glee Club '38, 39.
"Character is the diamond
That scratches all other stones."
Student Council, Cottage Club
Glee Club '40.
"What she will to do or say
Is done without delay."
Student Counicl, Honor Society
Vice-President Honor Society '41, Badger
Staff '39, '40, '41, Dramatic Club
'41, Thespians '40, '41, Journalism Club '39
'40, '41, Quill and Scroll '40, '41, Junior
Classical League '39, '40, '41, "A" Associa-
tion '37, '38, '40, '41, Eagle Scout, Basket-
ball '40, District and State Contestant in
Latin '39, President Thesipans '41, Re-
porter Junior Classical League '39
"I am like an awning,
I put them all in the shade."
"A" Association '38, '39, '40, '41, Reporter
Freshman Class '38, Football '38, '39, '40,
Basketball '37, '38, '39, Student Council.
"Life without women is a bore,
With them is is a tragedy."
Student Council, Transferred from Mt.
Holly, Arkansas '41,
heart is in his work."
PORTER JACKSON '
Student Council, Ark Staff '41, Glee Club
"Quite at times, noisy at times,
Always a jolly good fellow."
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ANNE SUE LEE
Student Council, Secretary Student Coun-
cil '41, Honor Society '41, Badger Staff '41,
Dramatic Club '38. '39, '40, '41, Secretary
Dramatic Club '40, Thespians '39, '40, '41,
Vice-president Thespians '41, Yell Leader
'39, '40, '41, Secretary Junior Class '40,
"A face with gladness overspread,
Soft smiles by human kindness bred."
MERTIE MARIE FLOYD
Student Council: Transferred from Dan-
ville, Arkansas '40.
"Swift to hear
Slow to speak.
Slow to wrath."
Student Council, Honor Society '41, Badger
Staff '40, Dramatic Club '40, '41, Secre-
tary Dramatic Club '41, Journalism Club
'40, '41, Cottage Club '40, '41, Secretary
Cottage Club '41, ,Glee Club '38, '39, Sec-
retary Freshman Class, Secretary Senior
Class, Yell Leader '41,
"If you want a friend,
You must be one."
Student Council, 4-H Club '40.
"He was never lacking in energy."
Student Council, Cottage Club '40,
"Life is not so short but that there
is always time enough for courtesy."
IR EN E MCDONALD
"Deeds are better than words
Actions are mightier than boasting."
"Believes in doing, not talking."
J A. MCGUIRE
Student Council, Boy Scout, Track '38, '39,
"Earnest efforts lead the way
To great achievements."
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Student Councilg Journalism Club '40, '41g
Cottage Club '38, '403 Glee Club '38.
"Please the eyes and ears,
The work is half done."
Honor Society '41g Ark Staff '41g Badger
Staff '40, '4lg Dramatic Club '40, '41,
President Dramatic Club '41g Thespians
'40, '4l: Quill and Scroll '40, '41g Reporter
Quill and Scroll '413 Glee Cub '41g Libra-
rian Glee Club '41: Junior Classical Lea-
gue '39, '40, '41g Student Council.
"Ever loyal and ever true,
To do the task he has to do."
Student Council, Glee Club '39g Track '37.
"Men, like bullets,
Go farthest when they are smoothest."
Treasurer Student Council '4lg Honor So-
ciety '41g Ark Staff '41g Dramatic Club '41g
Journalism Club '40g Quill and Scroll '413
Vice-president Quill and Scroll '41g Vice-
president Senior Class '41g Tennis '40g
Student Council: Transferred. from Dick-
son, Tennessee '39.
"Serene, resolute, and still,
Calm. and self possessed."
Badger Staff '40g Dramatic Club '38, '39:
Journalism Club '40, '41g Cottage Club '38,
'403 Secretary Cottage Club '40g Student
"Never finds a stranger,
Never finds a worry."
Student Council: Reporter Student Council
'40p President Student Council '41g Honor
Society '40, '4lg President Honor Society
'4lg Ark Staff '41: Badger '40g Dramatic
Club '38, '39. '40, '4lg Reporter Dramatic
Club '40g Quill and Scroll '40, '41g Debat-
ing '40, '413 Glee Club '38, '39, '40g Secre-
tary Glee Club '41g Junior Classical Lea-
gue '39, '40, '41g President Junior Classical
League '39g "A" Association '39, '40, '4l:
President Freshman Class '38, President
Sophomore Class '39g President Junior
Class '40, Tennis '39, '40, '41g District and
State Plane Geometry Contestant '39g Boy
"Tis better to be rich with friends.
Than friendly with riches."
Student Councilg Junior Classical League
'39, '40, '41g Band '39.
"Success will surely come
To one as faithful as he."
"An equal mixture
Of good humor and good sense."
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'40, '41g Student Council.
"My heart is whole. my fancy free
Run along little girl, don't bother me."
Student Couucilg Glee Club '38.
"I serve while others give excuses."
Student Council: Badger Staff '41g Drama-
tic Club '38, '39, '40, '41g Thespians '41g
Journalism Club '40, '41.
"Deep thinkng yields but few words."
Student Council: Honor Society '40, '41,
Badger Staff '40. '41g Dramatic Club '38,
'39, '40, '4lg Thespians '39, '40, '4l3 Journa-
lism Club '38. '39, '40, '413 Quill and Scroll
'40, '41g Secretary Quill and Scroll '41g
Vice-president Thespians '40g Reporter
Thespians '41g Glee Club '38, '40, '4lg Vice-
president Glee Club '41: Junior Classical
League '39, '40, '41g Entrant in play at
State Festival '39g Poetry entry at State
"She has a heart to resolve, a head to
contrive, and a hand to execute."
"Traits like here are more valuable
Student Council, Journalism Club '38,
"Think twice before you speak,
Then say it to yourself."
Student Council: 4-H Club '38, '39.
"Never idle a moment
But thrifty and thoughful of others."
VIRGINIA ANNE SIMON SON
Student Councilg Vice-president Student
Council '41g Honor Society '41, Ark Staff
'41g Badger Staff '4lg Journalism Club '4lg
Quill and Scroll '41g Cottage Club '403
Transferred from Guntersville, Alabama
"Successfully doing her work in a
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Student Council, Vice-president Student
Council '40, Ark Staff '413 Badger Staff
'391 Dramatic Club '39, '40, '41g Thespians
'40, '41: Journalism Club '39, '40, '41g Glee
Club '38, '39g Yell Leader '39: D. A. R. Rep-
"Everybody likes li-"I,
She is worthy of their liking."
Student Councilg Badger Staff '41, Jour-
nalism Club '41g Glee Club '38g "A" Asso-
ciation '413 Eagle Scout, Basketball '40,
'4lg Track '38g Golf '41,
"Do right, and fear no man.
Don't write and fear no woman."
MARY CATHRYN SMITH
Student Council, Glee Club '38.
'Softness of smile indicates softness
Student Council: Dramatic Club '37, '383
Cottage Club '37, '38.
"She is her own self I
Who could be more.'
Student Councilg Dramatic Club '37, '38:
Cottage Club '37, '38.
"Gentle in manner,
Strong in performance."
FAE DEAN THOMASSON
Badger Staff '413 Student Council.
"A pleasing countenance
Is no slight advantage,"
"He is a well-made man who has a
Student Council, Treasurer Student Coun-
cil '41g Honer Society '41g Ark Staff '41g
Badger Staff '41, Dramatic Club '37, '38,
'39g Journalism Club '39, '40, '41, Quill
and Scroll '41, Cottage Club '40, '4lg Glee
Club '37, '38.
"Dependable, joyous, fair of face,
A girl who will fit in any place."
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Student Councilg Cottage Club '40.
i'Thou has no sorrow in thy song,
' No winter in thy year."
l Student Councilg Cottage Club ,40, '41g 4-H
l Club '38, '39, '40, '41.
"Character is the diamond
That scratches all other stones"
MATTIE SUE TUCKER
"Successfully doing her work
In a quiet manner."
Student Councilg 4-H Club '37,
Good character, A
A valuable asset to any life.
"There is no success
But through a strong, clear purpose."
Student Council: Ark Staff '40, '41g Badger
Staff '40g Band '39: Football '39, '40g Quill
l and Scroll '40. '41g Honor Society '41g
Track '40g "A" Association '39, '40, '41,
"If someone doesn'L kill me,
I'1l live 'til I die."
Student Councilg Glee Club '38, '41g Bas-
ketball '40, '41,
"Think twice before you speak,
Then say it to yourself."
Honor Society '41g Badger Staff '40g Dra-
matic Club '41g Journalism Club '40g Jun-
ior Classical League '39, '40. '4lg Vice-presi-
dent Junior Classical League '40g Student
"Where worth and merit meet."
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"Ii is thf' steafy, quiet, plodding one
WL.o wins the race."
Cottage Club '29, '40j 4-H Club '40, '41g
Prrsiccut 4 H C nb '4'J' Secretary 4-H Club
'4lg Glev Club '38, '391 Student Council.
"A SCI12 and ". smile has this little girl."
Studcnt Councilg Cottage Club '39, '40,
"To say little and accomplish much
Shows the character of greatness."
MI LDRED WOOD
Cottage Club '40, '41g Vice-presiclent Cot-
tage Club '41Q Student Council.
"A studen t-whats better?"
TOM GILL WRIGHT
.Student Council: Dramatic Club '39. '40g i
Bov Scoutg Football '3'7g Basketball '38, '39
'40g Track '08, '39, '40, '4lg "A" Association. '
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Rowland Pattillo - Typical A. H. S. Boy
MOST DEPENDABLE MOST STUDIOUS
Patsy Blevins Virginia Anne Simonson Daniel Grant
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IZ muland Pamtilln Patsy Blevins Helen DeLamar Cecil Cupp
Anne Sue Lee - Typical A. H. S. Girl
CUTEST BIGGEST FLIRT-BEST ATHLETE
Sam Savage Bobby Jean May Betty Jane Holland C. F. Batson
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Published to comply withpAct of Congress bf
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Printing, Engraving, Binding ....v.... - ...,,....,.... . S999,999.09
Loss through 'fdeal" Pattillo ,.... ......
Spring Suit for riditor ....w,. -.-W .,...,,. 33.03
Pencils for Cale ar Editor .....................,. .33
Erasers for Calendar Editor ...... .........,..,.. .66
Two barrels of India ink for Walker .,....... - ...... V y 111.11
Four barrels of ink remover for Walker ...-m 222.22
Hair restorer for Editor ....... -.. ................,...,,.,.... . .59
Taxi fare for Caldwell to Cherry Street.-..-- 333.45
Red Ink for Business Manager ...,..,.,.......,,,,. 4.44
Ark Staff's bill at Nichols' ,1,e ,...,.,, ,,,,,,, , ,- 444.33
Bail, to get Asst. Bus. Mgr. out of jail in
Little Rock on business .... ..... . ................... 5 0.00
Total .... ......... . .... - ......... ..., S 1,010,101,011
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Sale of Annuals . ................. , .... A ....... .. ...... ......... S 6.32
Sale of Activity tickets ................. --.--.--.---- .... . 1.18
Sale of Advertising ...... ...... . ........... .. ..... .. ...... 8.88
Graft in Who's Who Competition ....... - ........... 10.10
Donations from football team ..... .... .... - - -- .01
Total ..... . ..... . ........ ..---.-- S 26.49
'FTOTAL DEFICIT ........ ....... S1,010,074.52
'Paid through generosity of Editor, Bus. Mgr., and Asst. Bus. Mgr.
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President ......:. ROW1aI1d Pattillo
Vice-President . . . Lela Sloan
Secretary . . . Anne Sue Lee
Treasurer . . Betty Pack
Reporter . ........ Daniel Grant
President . . .... C. F. Batson
Vice-President . . Virginia Ann Simonson
Secretary . . K . . Ann Arnold
Treasurer , . Dorothy Thomas ,
Reporter . . Ned Chadwick
Sponsors . . Miss Greene
The Student Council, which has its purpose to be the central unit around which
the entire system of extra-curricular activities is built, was organized in 1926, making it
one of the oldest organizations in Arkadelphia High School.
The members of the council plan the home room ana assembly programs, over-
see all other student activities and meet once each month to discuss their work.
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President . . ..... Rowland Pattillo
Vice-President . . . Bill Huddleston
Secretary-Treasurer . . Wiley Caldwell
Reporter .... Daniel Grant
Sponsors . . . Miss Greene
Harriett Rudolph Mildred Dawson
Betty Lowdermilk Joy Whaley
Jack Mowrey Mary Cathryn Duncan
Anne Sue Lee Ann Arnold
Betty Pack Robert Walker
Dorothy Thomas Virginia Anne Simonson
The Arkadelphia High School Chapter of the National Honor Society was or-
ganized in 1925 by Mr. A. S. Turner, principal of the high school at that time. The
charter making it officially a chapter of the National Honor Society was granted in
Fifteen per cent of a graduating class is eligible lor membership and members
are elected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, leadership, service, and character.
This year the local chapter had the honor of being host to the State Honor So-
ciety Convention which was held April 18-19. Members of the Junior Class who were
initiated at the convention are: Patsy Blevins, Josette Boullioun, Zane Brewer, Ned
Chadwick, Cecil Cupp, Helen DeLamar, Margaret Gerig, Bobby Maurer, Mary Atchley
Mills, Ann Shepherd, Dell Simmons, Anne Culley Yates, and Gloria Young.
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Editor-in-Chief ....... Daniel Grant
Assistant Editor . . . Leia Sloan
Business Manager ..... Rowland Pattillo
Assistant Business Manager . . Wiley Caldwell
Art Editor ......i . Robert Walker
Activity Editor .... . . Betty Pack
Assistant Activity Editor . . Dorothy Thomas
Class Editor .... Virginia Anne Simonson
Calendar Editor . ..... Jack Mowrey
Sports Editor . . Porter Jackson
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Assistant Bus. Mgr. .
Sports Editor . .
Assist. Sports Editor
'Feature Editor . .
Assist, Feature Editor
Society Editor . .
Assist, Society Editor
Art Editor ....
. . Cecil Cupp
. . Paul Sloan
. Thomas Gray
. . Gloria Young
. . Dell Simmons
Assist. Art Editor .... Jack Mowrey
Reporter .... Mary Alice McCaski1l
Reporter . . . Ann Shepherd
Reportt r .
. Camille Carson
. Clifton Hardin
. . Margaret Gerig
. Anne Culley Yates
. . . Wiley Caldwell
. . . . Ann Arnold
Virginia Ann Simonson
. . Dorothy Thomas
Mary Cathryn Duncan
. . Rosamond Hewitt
Fae Dean Thomasson
. Emma Jean Hollon
. . . . Miss Young
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Vice-President . . Anne Sue Lee
Secretary . . Gloria Young
Treasurer . . Dell Simmons
Reporter . . . . Harriet Rudolph
Sponsors ........ Mrs. R. B. Thomas
Miss Doane, Miss Warren
Rowland Pattillo my Wiley Caldwell
Josette Boullioun Cecil Cupp
Jack Mowrey Ann Shepherd
Lela Sloan Duncan Flanagin
SENIOR PLEDGES: Barbara Rudolph and Clifton Hardin.
PLEDGES FOR 1941-1942: Glenn Allen, Zane Brewer, Norma Jean Clem, Pearl
Craig, Margaret Gerig, James Loderick Goza, Catherine Hardin, Betty Jane Holland,
Bobby Jean May, Mary Atchley Mills, Emily Newberry, Sam Savage, and Anne Culley
The Thespians is a national honor society for high school dramatic students. The
local chapter was organized in. 1931. Students who have been able to meet set stan-
dards of acting, st-age management, costuming, and directing plays are given member-
This year the Thespians sponsored National Drama Week in the high school
and were host to the E1 Dorado 'Ilhespians for the annual Thespian Banquet. In addi-
tion to supervising the Faculty play, "The Ghost Flies South." they presented "The
Charm School," a three act comedy.
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QUILL AND SCROLL
President . . .... . Daniel Grant
Vice-President . . . Betty Pack
Secretary . . . Harriet Rudolph
Treasurer . . . . Cecil Cupp
Reporter . . Duncan Flanagin
Sponsors . . . Miss Young
Gloria Young Jack Mowrey
Wiley Caldwell Thomas Gray
Robert Walker Ann Shepherd
Helen Dclamar Virginia Anne Simonson
Bill Huddleston Dorothy Thomas
The Quill and Scroll is an international honor society for high school journalists
To qualify for membership in the organization, a student must be a member of either
the "Ark" or "Badger" staffs, rank in the upper third of his class. and furnish an ex-
ample or recommendation of his work to the national secretary of the society for ap-
Arkdelphia's chapter of Quill and Scroll was installed in 1937. This year's candi-
dates for membership were initated at the annual press banquet at Little Rock, March 21.
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President . . . . Jack Mowrey
Vice-President . . Bobby Jean May
Secretary . . Betty Lowdermilk
Treasurer . . . Daniel Grant
Reporter . . Wiley Caldwell
Sponsors . . . . Miss Doane
Mrs. R. B Thomas
The Dramatic Club, with a membership of 70 students, is one of the most ac-
tive organizations in our school. During the year the members have met each Thurs-
day evening, giving plays. talks, skits, and occasional musical numbers. In addition to
taking several plays to other towns the Dramatic Club supervised the Senior play "The
Late Christopher Bean."
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Affirmative . . . Daniel Grant
Negative . . Wiley Caldwell
Negative . . Joe Callaway
Alternate . . Thomas Gray
Alternate . . Camille Carson
Alternate . . Betty Harrell
Alternate . . . . . Phillip Horton
The debaters got a late start this year and began work only a week before the
Henderson invitation tournament. Nevertheless both t-he Affirmative and Negative teams
won two out of three debates. During the whole season the team debated ten times
losing only two debates. Teams debated were Pine Bluff, North Little Rock, Mal-
vern, Magnolla, Friendship. and El Dorado. The Question for debate was "Resolved:
That the power of the federal government should be increased."
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President . . . . . . . Cecil Cupp
Vice-President . . . Daniel Grant
Secretary . . . Rowland Pattillo
Treasurer . . Ann Shepherd
Reporter . . . Thomas Gray
Sponsors . . Miss Young
Patsy Blevins Jack Mowrey
Wiley Caldwell Emily Newberry
Camille Carson Barbara Rudolph
Helen DeLamar Harriet Rudolph
Margaret Gerig Ann Shepherd
Clifton Hardin Dell Simmons
Bill Huddleston Virginia Anne Simonson
Betty Lowdermilk Paul Sloan
Sarabeth McMahan Dorothy Thomas
The Journalism Club was organized to sponsor and encourage journalistic inter-
est among t-he students. Any student is eligible for membership, but it is primarily
for members of the "Ark" and "Badger" staffs, This club meets once each month
with its sponsors.
Membership in this club is one of the local requirement-s for Quill and Scroll
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Mary Alice Freeman
Bertha Meade Gray
. Patsy Blevins
Mary Adalyn Johnson
Ada Jean Ross
Norma Grace Simms
Joy Whaley "
Anne Culley Yates,
Gloria Young '
The National Junior Classical League is an organization for students interested
in the study and educational value of Latin. All members must be Latin students
making an average of A or B.
The Arkadelphia Chapter of Junior Classical League was organized in 1938. It
is affiliated with both the state and National Organizations. Representatives from
A. H. S. attended an Arkansas Southern District meeting of Junior Classical League
in El Dorado, November 2.
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Vice-President . . . Mildred Wood
Secretary . Betty Lowdermilk
Treasurer . Evelyn Green
Reporter . Dorothy Thomas
Sponsor . . Miss Warren
Frances Lena Atkins
Mary Louise Clark
Dorothy Jean Glover
Betty Jane Holland
Emma Jean Hollon
Mary Frances Logan
Mary Alice McCaskill
Mary Louise Patterson
' LaNita Walker
The Cottage Club, organized in 1937, has as its object to form a connecting link
between home and school: to train leaders among young women for home and com-
munity lifeg and to furnish opportunity through our organization for social activities.
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Billy Jean Crawley
Maggie Mae Daniels
. Hassel Hunnicutt
. Marjorie Williams
. Frances Thompson
. Mrs. Wise
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J. B. Tucker
J. D. West
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President . . . Gloria Young
Vice-President . . . .... Sue Robey
Secretary-Treasurer . . Mary Atchley Mills
Librarian .... . . Jane Bledsoe
Maggie J. Buck Martha Frances Harris Mary Adalyn Johnson
Camille Carson Mary Hart Peggy Jean Key
Betty Jane Holland
Mary Frances Logan
Doris Ann Pennington
Mary Lou Terrell
Martha Jane Thompson
Melba Jean Tull
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Jimmy Dick Anderson
John Allen Logan
D. B. Meador
J. A. McGuire
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Dickie Clem Henry Stueart, Scoutmastel'
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Neil McCaskill Hassel Huimicutt Terrell Huimicutt
Bill Jameson Harry Fite
George Parker Glen Hughes
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Elster Kizer Fred Thomas
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With a squad of 28 players, only six of whom were seniors, Coach Emory had
the job of building a team, capable of playing' one of che hardest schedules in the
history of our school. It was an accepted fact that Fordyce, Benton, Texarkana, Cam-
den, Smackover, Nashville and Gurdon, all had good seams, and many were the best
in the state.
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draws from each. After taking it on the chin from the "big" teams they came up
against Gurdon. which had, as always. a tough team and the Badgers weren't given
an outside chance. However, they outgained the Go-Devils all through the game.
and were leading, 7-2, until the jinx got them and Gurdon got loose for a score in the
last seconds. On the whole it was a season of good experience for the underclassmen
and big things are expected next year.
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GOLF AND TENNIS
Both members of the golf team had experience from last yeai-'s team and by the
middle of April, this season, they were undefeated in matches with 'Fordyce Little Rock.
and El Dorado, and still had four more matches to play, in addition to the Conference.
District, and State golf tournaments. Sloan will graduate, but Crow has two more
Pattillo and Grant have been the tennis team for the last two years and are
the team again this year. They have been doubles champions of District 9 for the last
two years, and won the Southwest Conferences doubles championship last year. Pat-
tillo also won tihe conference title last year. When this annual comes out they may
have successfully defended these titles as well as won more.
FLASH!-April 26. won both medalist honors in singles and team honors in the dis-
trict nine tournament held here, and the tennis team won the doubles championship.
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fifteenth year in his career.
Tuesday, Sept. 17-We meet ten minute classes today. No wonder everyone wants
to take commercial.
Wdnesday, Sept. 19-Rumors of a thing called "Student Activity Ticket"3 wonder
what it is or where it is?
Friday, Sept. 20-End of the first week and is everybody happy about the whole
thing. Bright AHS student said, "Just 35 more weeks of school." Badgers meet Red
Bugs at Fordyce today for the first game of the year.
Monday, Sept. 23-We're getting used to it by now and it isn't so bad after all.
Couldn't say for the football boys.
Tuesday, Sept. 24-Nice pep talk about being in home room by Miss Greene. A1-
so a little matter about the programs.
Wednesday, Sept. 25-Spanish capes, old men, Latin music-Georgia Balarina.
thrilled the students with a program of Spanish and Mexican music and dances this
moming in chapel.
Dano Thursday, Sept. 26-Dramatic Club gets off in a big way with "Curse You, Jack
Friday, Sept. 27-Thespians meet and make big plans for the new year after an
address by President Huddleston CBillJ.
Monday, Sept. 30-The end of the first month and what a difference in AHS.
Two new classes and a new picture machine,
Tuesday, Oct. 1-Seniors meet today and elect Wiley Caldwell president. Other
officers are: Betty Lowdermilk, Dorothy Thomas, Daniel Grant, and Betty Pack.
Wednesday, Oct. 2-New picture rrachine in chapel and does it go over big with
the students? .
Thursday, Oct. 3-Plans are being made by the Student Council to attend the
annual AASG convention at Conway, Oct. 11th and 12th.
Friday, Oct. 4-Editor Huddleston struts his stuff with a nice edition of the
R today. Large crowd goes to Benton to watch the mighty Badgers face the
Monday, Oct. 7-Ark Staff have their first meeting this afternoon and make big
plans for a nice: annual this year.
Tuesday, Oct. 8-Still we have those "pep" talks about Home Room Programs.
"Just be patient, there will be a time for all of you."
Wednesday, Oct. 9-Chapel! iThat's alll.
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Warning to all who are going to Conway: "Be up at 4:30 a. m. if you want to go."
Friday, Oct. 11-Large delegation goes to Conway for a big week end.
Monday, Oct. 14-Just a blue Monday! Returned from Conway. Had a big time.
but are we tired?
Tuesday, Oct. 15-There was a little hint about numbering books in Home Room.
Wednesday, Oct. 16-No teachers! Therefore. no school! Conscrlptionl
Thursday, Oct. 17-Club meetin' day. No Dramatic Club, however.
Friday, Oct. 18-Three things today! ill Badgers nlay Texarkana: 123 BADGER
comes out, 133 Picture about the first century of baseball during the last period.
Monday, Oct. 21-We had a new student in sdhool todav. A nice little brown
and white dog who loves to visit Miss Greene in History Class.
d Tuesday, October 22-Nothing but a program in Home Room this nice and rainy
Wednesday, Oct. 23-Jimmy Heagen played in chapel this morning. Students
sure enjoyed his popular piano.
'I'hursday, Oct. 24-Six AHS students and Mr. Huddleston go to Tulsa, Okla.. to
attend the Southern Association of Student Government
Friday, Oct. 25-Badgers meet Camden there tonight. We're still rootin' for
Monday, Oct. 28-We hear fine reports from the delegation which went to Tulsa.
'I'hey sure had a big time. fSo they savl.
Tuesday, Oct. 29-The origin of Ha1lowe'eu is he theme of this morning's Home
Wednesday, Oct. 30-Miss Doane's pupils present "Halloween Pranks" ln chanel.
Rowland, are you so sure that all of these Ha1lowe'en nranks are so necessary and that
the Arkansas Power dc Light Company paid the large sumlof S48 for lights broken last
Thursday. Oct. 31-Junior Classical League goes to El Dorado to attend. the
Southern District Convention.
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girls a chance to show off their new winter togs.
Monday, Nov. 4-Just another blue Monday. 4Especially for the football boys who
met the big, bad Buckaroos Fridayl.
Tuesday, Nov. 5-Can you imagine Doc Batson getting to home room on time
and being on the program all in one day?
Wednesday, Nov. 6-Mr. Huddleston breaks the news-Teachers' Meeting and no
school Thursday or Friday. You surely heard no moans or groans.
Monday, Nov. 11-Armistice Day. Too bad we can't make peace with the teadh-
Tuesday, Nov. 12-Last week in this term and everybody is running around getting
last minute reports and doing last minute things.
Wednedsay, Nov. 13.-Books are good friends according to the chapel program
this morning. It would be nice if we didn't have to study them.
Thursday, Nov. 14-Seniors get an invitation to attend Senior Day at Ouachita
tomorrow and therefore make those nice mid-semester tests today.
Friday, Nov. 15-Senior Day. Seniors go to Ouachita and have a big time. Out-
standing attractlons were the Girls' and Boys' dorms. Football boys go to Nashville.
Monday, Nov. 18-New quarter begins today.
Tuesday, Nov. 19-New home room programs since the quarter changed. Wonder
if they'l1 be any better?
Wednesday, Nov. 20-0-0 score in a. nice mud battle with Carlisle today.
Thursday, Nov. 21-Mrs. Wright brought some of the students from the other
building for a program the first period today.
Friday, Nov. 22--Badger comes out today with the Honor Roll for last quarter.
Twenty-five in all.
Monday, Nov. 25-You try writing a calendar.
Tuesday, Nov. 26-Where did it go? How come? There it is and there it ain'tl
Bo-Bo, lhe magician, amazes everyone in a special program this morning.
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Fine weather, fine field, fine game! fOnly we lost, 8-7!J
Thursday, Nov. 28-Thanksgiving Day-no school!
t ts Friday, Nov. 29-We come back to school today with a hangover and lots of pro-
Monday, Dec. 2-P.-T. A. sponsors a hot lunch service in both schools.
Tuesday, Dec. 3-Basketball is the big talk now.
Wednesday, Dec. 4-It sure is hard to wait for Christmas.
Thursday, Dec. 5-Hobby case sure has a nice display. A Who's Who contest by
pictures of their childhood. Mrs. Clarke walks off with the best one.
Friday, Dec. 6-Lela Sloan is elected D. A. R. representative in a special Senior
Meeting. Also BADGER day.
Monday, Dec. 9-Twelve more shopping days until Christmas according to a cute
sign posted on the bulletin board by Robert Walker.
Tuesday, Dec. 10-Home Room teachers remind us that it is our duty to buy and
push the Christmas T. B. Seal sales.
Wednesday, Dec. 11-Picture and play in chapel to encourage the sale of Christ-
Thursday, Dec. 12-Club meeting day. Cottage Club this morning.
Friday, Dee. 13-Bad Friday. Glee Clubs practice together today to get in train-
ing for the Christmas pageant next Wednesday.
Monday, Dec. 18-These girls are sure getting nice to their respective boy friends.
Could it be that Christmas is only nine days off?
Tuesday, Dec. 17-Basketball boys are going at it in a real style now. Their first
game is with Gurdon Friday.
Wednesday, Dec. 18-Annual Christmas Pageant in chapel. Tableaux by stu-
dents from kindergarten to seniors. Music was furnished by the glee clubs and the girls'
' Thursday, Dee. 19-It was announced that Coach Emory and Mr. Matlock Will not
be with us after the new year. Uncle Sam wants them.
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and A Happy New Year.
Monday, Jan. 6-Returned to school today after a great vacation to find two
new teachers to go through- the new year with us.
Tuesday, Jan. 7-Miss Greene starts the new year off right by making some
resolutions and then gives a nice test to impress them.
Wednesday, Jan. 8-Heads. Big Heads? Fat I-leads? Soft Heads or what? Rev.
S. A. Wlles spoke to us in chapel about HEADS.
Thursday, Jan. 9-The basketball boys are getting a taste of the new coach.
Friday, Jan, 10-Primary election for Student Council officers for the second
semester. Who's going to get what?
Monday, Jan. 13-Grant and Batson win the primarv. Now for a little mud
sllnglng before the final election.
Tuesday, Jan. 14-New student from El Dorado. His name is Buddy Duke.
Wednesday, Jan. 15-Student Talent and campaign speeches in chapel. Still
wonder who ls going to be elected.
'I'hursday, Jan. 16-Flash! Batson wins the election. Triple header in Dramatic
Friday, Jan. 17-Dance at the Community Club sponsored by several of AHS
boys. It's also BADGER. week.
Monday, Jan. 20-Just a warning! History projects are due tomorrow. Badgers
play Patmos here tonight.
th Tuesday, Jan. 21-Just the results of the game last night. 29-25 in favor of
Wednesday, Jan. 22-"Professor Quiz" Caldwell had an interesting time in chapel.
Thursday, Jan. 23-Badgers play Prescott there tonight.
Friday, Jan. 24-Mrs. Goodloe and Mr. Elms are to head the Faculty Play as
announced in Thespian Meeting. We win that Prescott game 39-37.
Monday, Jan. 27-Carthage defeats Badgers in a close game on our court-22-21.
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Tuesday, Jan. 28-Dimes! Plea. for the "March of Dimes" in all Home Rooms.
Wednesday. Jan. 29-New Student Council officers inaugurated. They are: C.
F. Batson, Virginia Anne Simonson, Ann Arnold, Dorothy Thomas and Ned Chadwick.
Thursday, Jan. 30-We just now notice those nice History projects we handed
in last quarter. Some of them are pretty nice.
Friday, Jan. 31-End of month. We play Camden there and the BADGER
Monday, Feb. 3-Start a new month with a new exhibit in the hobby case, Ab-
raham Lmooln sponsored by Miss Greene. Speech Class elected Jan Crow president
Tuesday, Feb. 4-Junior basketball boys bow to the Sparklers of Sparkman
? Wednesday. Feb. 5-Very interesting program in chapel. Do you know what it
Thursday, Feb. 6-Dorothy Wiles, president of the Cottage Club went to Little
Rock to make plans for the annual Home Ec Convention Faunt Smith was the prin-
cipal speaker on the program in Journalism Club.
Friday, Feb. 'I-Badgers meet the Blue Devils of Carthage tomorrow.
Monday, Feb. 10-The beginning of Drama and National Scout Week. A special
play was given in honor of Drama Week.
Tuesday, Feb. 11-Debate team organizes and the big event is the Invitational
Meet at Henderson.
Wednesday, Feb. 12-Scout Court of Honor in chapel.
Thursday, Feb. 13-Blue Danube Singers in a Lyceum program. Opera, Comedy,
Friday, Feb. 14-Thespians have their annal banquet. The troop from E1 Do:
rado is their special guest.
Monday, Feb. 17-Badgers face the Curly Wolves of Prescott tonight.
Tuesday, Feb. 18-Just the results of Friday's game. 36-25 in their favor
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which makes us even. Black robes, glasses, books, umbrellas and Honor Society pledg-
es parade around today.
Wednesday, Feb. 19-Even Honor Society members are initiated this morning
Thursday, Feb. 20-Tennis and Golf teams organize.
Friday, Feb. 21-Camden comes to Arkadelphia to play the Badgers today.
Monday, Feb. 24-They say March is the windy month, but today is a little
ahead of the time.
Tuesday, Feb. 25-Home Room.
Wednesday, Feb. 26-Henderson popular orchestra in
Thursday, Feb. 27-We celebrate the day by going to
Friday, Feb. 28-AHS girls turn in their sweaters for
Monday, March 3-New month and a new Who's Who
der who is going to get who?
chapel this morning.
History class as usual.
the Red Cross.
contest was held. Won-
Tuesday, March 4-Harriet Jane Rudolph presents her graduating recital. Nice
party afterwards. .
Wednesday, March 5-Editor Grant reminds us that it is about final to get
your picture in tile annual lf you want lt. "If you have any stray snapshots at home,
bring them along."
Thursday, March 6-Day of days for the seniors. Today is the
party. A nice program on Patriotism and then all the ice cream you
Friday, March 7-Debate team goes to Fordyce today for a nice
Monday, March 10-Honor Society starts the annual School
many children do you have? How old? And what are their b1rthdates?"
Tuesday, March 11-'Final election for Who's Who.
Wednesday, March 12-Ouachita Band in chapel and a little
knitting by Miss Greene. r 1
Thursday, March 13-Badgers wind up their annual
Gurdon. We lose 30-22.
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gets a nice write-up in the People's column.
Monday, March 17-Track season gets underway with a nice group of runners,
strong men, efc.
Tuesday. Mar. 18-You write one today.
Wednesday, March 19-Student Council officers go to Bradley to give a few
pointers on organizing Student Councils.
Thursday, March 20-Honor Society memmbers of the Junior Class are 811-
nounced today. Thirteen in all. For them: no cutting corners, no back talk, Mr. and
Miss to all old members and a few other things.
Friday, March 21--Journalism Day in Little Rock. Twenty AHS students at-
tend. Lots of girls go to attend the Home Ec convention tomorrow.
Monday. March 24-Please refer to March 18. I'm tired after a big week end.
Tuesday, March 25-Home Ec girls start to make dresses for another project.
Miss Greene also announces that this is the closing day for the Scholastic Contest.
Wednesday, March 26--Peake High School Choir sings in chapel under the di-
rection of Mr. T. P. Martin.
Thursday, March 27-Lyceum Program. Ritz Trumpeteers give many interest-
ing instrumental numbers.
Friday, March 28-End of third quarter and final tests ln History classes as
Monday. March 31-Seniors meet and elect Dorothy Thomas as maid to march
in the coronatlon ceremony at Henderson's Senior Day.
Tuesday, April 1-April Fool's day and did we get fooled! Senior Day at Hen-
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Wednesday, April 2-Mr. Goza, the gu'ls' glee club, trio and boys' quartet in
c ape Thursday, April 3-The Thesipian play is getting under way in a big way.
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Monday. April 7-Tennis and golf team had a nice time with Little Rock Sat.
Tuesday, April 8-Students are working at Miss Greene's every night to make
for the Honor Society Convention.
Wednesday, April 9-Henderson popular orchestra in chapel.
Thursday, April 10-Club meeting day Journalism Club and as usual, Dramatic
Friday, April 11-Boys' quartet go to Little Rock to compete in the State Musi-
k Monday, April 14-Beginning of a big week. The Honor Society Convention this
Tuesday, April 15-Program on Hobbies in home room.
Wednesday, April 16-Miss Greene gives instruction about the convention Friday
Thursday, April 17-The lull before the storm.
Friday, April 18-Honor Society Convention today and tomorrow. That's
Monday, April 21-AHS is calm and collected after a big time over the week end.
Tuesday, April 22-Tennis and Golf teams play host to the teams from Little
it Wednesday, April 23-Film on Chemistry in chapel. You guess who had charge
Thursday, April 24-Junior Classical League plans a big program for chapel
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