Arkansas City High School - Mirror Yearbook (Arkansas City, KS)

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M , L 2 1, Q I lllltllil Xl S le' lol XIIIIIIII l'nw.lre lll0IlblIl00 ll FXIQLMMIIIIN 1 primary ohjeet IIIILI sclw Ille IS to llnpirt .1 Ialr Ienowledge 0 dllIerent suhje cts and there by to prepare ns memhers lor a more adyanced held ol learning Howcyer tt made proper use o lt IS lnya uahle to young men an young w omen Ior nts tramlng alone me world points wnl prlee ta lts sell made men '11 a s Jn humanity to wetness tmelr gre at successes accomplished wnthout learning and wtthout culture The plehelan arlstocratstands ertl ut se satisfaction somewhat prtrdona Ie ane says nnt eyer ha no sc oolln a oo at me c sure' Luo at tmI Vvhet er or not h ts all hat he I S me certain that education would not hurt lm Since he has galned Ins present plate throng IS pe rszste nev and re solution alone he could have accompltshe et much more wtth proper trannng The pupil who malees use of hrs tlme nn the school room ts unconsclously ZiCK1llll"lI'lg method lcal hahlts and laying the loundatlons ol character By the time he as reache twenty hye a man has Iashloned the eharaeter y hlc must last htm I r the re nmmder o hls :Ie Eye-ry man III a great measure at least I9 hrs own archltect nn charaeter I'JlllICIlI'lQ He IS responslhle for the long w ay ln the constructlon of the latter :I he has made proper use of has hlgh school opportun ltles ery fe w mdeed hlye een tte men an women w o haye not at some time tn thetr Ines h td great and nohle amhntlons who have not re solved to do something truly worth wh1Ie and he eome lmportant factors ll1 some Illlf' ol human endeayor But Just as It talees all sorts of men and wome n to malee up the world so are they supported hy dnlferent gr :des of moral stamlna Many a young man ln Iact we nnght say most young men enter Htqh School with grand resolutions But when they haye been at worle for some ume many hecome dlscouraged nl they are not par tlcularly apt H1 their studies They see the long hard hattle 'lhe ad of them and cannot see w haf good a htgh school educauon wzll do them any how Accordmgly they procure an old tm dmner hucIeet and go to y orle rn the shops hefore the world IQ ready lor thelr servlces The dlmmutlon that goes on through SUCPCSSINC years ol htqh school Ille IS deplorable eyen DIYIIUI Ar the end of four years of study scarcely one Hteh ol the original class haye hmshed their respectlye courses and are ready to recelve thelr dtplomas The world ahounds wnth men who are Iamentmg the Iact that they wasted their time at school or qult because they Iacleed tenaclty of purpose Closely allied to the y orle ol eh Hugh School are lts socletles and organwatlons Of these the chief lnstltutlon and attraction lS tts athletics Nothing does more towards creating a pride ln the school and good Ieelmg among tts members than athletlcs Eyery healthy hoy IS nrreslstahly drawn to such sports and lt IS y ell that this should he so A strong actlye healthy hody IS essential to a successful life The boy who does not enjoy participation In outdoor sports hut slts wlth hns lace ever etween the Ieayes of a hool-e ns a Ireale He ns not normal He may be wonderfully clever and may startle others hy his wisdom ut he I9 precocious and may pass down the walks of Ilfe wlth a character Iaclemg force And yet there IS such a thing as dwelhng upon athletics to such a degree as to exclude the more essential things of schooI Ilfe It IS not uncom mon to hear a hoy say I wouldnt go to Htgh chool It lt wasnt for athletics Thls IS hau pollcy The Hugh School IS not a plate simply for CXCTCISIFIQ the muscles lt IS a place hrst of all for CYCFCISITIQ and training the mind and all else is suhserylent Some puplls attend Hugh School merely for the fun and pleasure that they expect to derlye Irom thelr attendance Such pupils need not go at all for they are slmply wasting their time and Y Y Y Y 41 A AL 7 Q o I Q y Q l y o u ll II,It. I' " I , 2 ll.t- Tle ' D' 'f' o 'fl Jleol I 2 ' A ' ' y I 'V . . - I ' ' - I : ' 5 , d ' Q ' z ' ' 1. Tl ' ' "I 'If e - - .rd e--ll.-e " " I ' In I y-'h..II, ' .' -'. . In ' Is. 'AI z" e' d sh "'nd I Ie To h- , .. e Ie h' . I h ez " t th4nIe I is, it is ' , - , ' - h' . ' , , ' :. h h' 5 I ' 2 . 3 z 2 , y' r h . ' o 2 2 e' 2 I 2. '. ,' , edihcc constructed. Ir lie-S with him whewther it is to he a hoverl or a palace. He has gone a V.' 2" . e'-hr I. . de vb 'z .' ' ' X: K y' A . , ' '. . ' 2' ', . . I I I ' ' 2 y' e A , ' ' F. 5 ' . ' . : 54 I , S . . 5 V - -VV - . l IDIIORIAIS only those who mean husmess are w ele on1e The Hlgh School IS 110 pleasure resort and yet much pleasure may he ohtamed 1ne 1de11tally Th fond assoe1at1ons a11d e11dear111g !'CC0llPCll0IlS treas ured 11p from your years ol hard Sllldy are such as must bflllg regret to the graduate at partlng All ol these th1ngs comhme to malee the Hlgh School a great 111st1tut1o11 hemel l'l'll0NSlllll BONNIE HANSI-It ll the closmg days ol our school worle 1t wo11 tm w ll t 1rry 1tl1 1 t1at go et e ow s11p WNl'llCl'l has preya1le dllflllg the hr1el tlme that we 1aye heen schoo mates ln years to co111e we w1ll 110 douht relleet on the perlod of many pleasant days that y e haye spe11t together Ill our school wor 1nsp1red a11d encouraged hy the lelndly l l111, t at ea 1 ha or t mt r T11s feehng has prey alled to SllCll all eyetent that 1t has become almost an alle ct1on wl11eh should leaye a lastmg 1mpress1on upon eaeh and every one ol our mmds We of course have had our 1ttle1111se1n erstandlngs and olte ll haye hee11 almost angry at o11e Il Jther hut stlll alter careful relleetton ll'llS has o11ly strengthened our le lloyvsh1p As we go tr1pp1ng down tl1e path ol 1fe2 we w1l somenmes ru11 across l1ttle 1nc1 ents w 11ch w1 re111111 us ol some s11111lar 111e1dent that occurre tlltl'lI1Q our se hool eareer It Wlll he t en a 1 me 1d 11e soe 1111 1o111e11t 111 re e tlng o r t1 a llITlP ol that 1nc1dent Foo fellowslnp 111 your own class ITIPHHS lolly tlmes ry mem er wor s l h1s own class and tr1es to 111a e 1t t Il star e ass oo fCllOXySl'llD hetyyeen classes means harmony 111 the Hugh School Class r1valr1es are tl1e llle ol the Hlgh School hut e11n11ty should not go along wlth t1ese r1yalr1es It seraps are carrled n 1n a lr If ly w1y a l P391 elxs IS mr IIQ' hard lar el1ss 1 txry the students 1aye tIIlllIlL lun ut yy en s FIDS 1ee ne s FIJUS ane t1 stu e lts eease to have a g d lee toward each other then all the lun IS oyer tnere IS "iI1lI110Slly lKl9llIlQ' hetyveen t1e te ae l1er and tne Dllpll wht ll on 111yest1gat1o11 1t amounts only to a presumpt1on or when we stop to cons1eler IIC 111a11y lemdnesses exchanged etw een us and Khe eneouragement t1at we haye re ce lye lr 1111 our teae hers y e ee t1 it Ollly the strong t1e s e x et each a11d e ery o11e ol us w 10 ms entertalnee my 1 ee megs w1et1er well lounelee or 11ot aho 1s1t en1 from our 111111ds and este 1e to our la1tl1l11l te 1e hers and our SCl100llTl'll15 t rgmt 1'1d off ows p lI1e 110011 Stuele I Nlany Clallll that a hrlght se holar lb horn an not made l s perhaps IS to a certa11 e tent tr11e o 1e ch1ldre11 seem 1 r to me so 'xppy as w 1e11 they are trylng to worle some 11e111t1at they haye not lm en '1 1 e to F t ere IS no IIN 1 e 1 'lc 1111 ess t e small 1011 r ol ld 11g yer e t1e prohlem IS 01 ut 1t IS pe rlectly natura t1at some c11 ren should he that way ecause as one ehlld s apt to talee a el c e lI1illI18llOl'l to hase ha or ot1e2r Olll oor sports just so a11ot er 111 ay ta e a gre et 1 mg to studylng 1 y o th wor s greatest se1e211t1sts and 111en ol letters posse sse as e ll e r 1 a great ov ol stu y o11e e t e many examples of men of se 1enee l 11112 1t g1ye Newton e story ol h1s ISCOVBF5 of tl1e laws of gray1tat1on are sa1d to have oeeurred somewhat as follows Wl1e11 he was only a young hoy 1e was wa mg t1ro11g a11 ore 1ar a11 a11 apple l l all t lllll upon the hea He t1en as ed l1lITlS6ll Vvhat made eh 1t apple hlt n1e on the head? The answer as he worleed lt out I , ' K 1 .' , 1 ' e2 e2 o ce -1 yy" IS l K o l :ll - I' 2 ' Q ' d ' 2 ' 2 ' 12 l 1 22 l . 2 ' ' K1 1 lc' ' 44 2 V 2 1 , " L e2e2'1Kf h .cl d l he2 e he. ll: 2 ' K ' l 2 2. 2 ' .2 , . '2 ' '2 .1 l' - fl ' K 2 1 if ' ' K e 2 a e , V 2 , 2 14 1 5' A A l',' il 2' 21 1. '2' 'egl2.2 If ' Cl 3 ' ' ' I , ,d ' k sf . I, . ' 5 hy eh t we yy1'll sg 1 o 2 .' l21 ll ' 2ll e' ' K y'e2 le pleaseint times had t llllf ' , 1 fl I 1, ' ' ' , . I ' 2.. Eve' 1 h 2 or '2 le2' l-.1 el G d 1 ' 1 2 2 1' .2 2 ' 1 ' , AK W , . ' ' A ,. . -2 o I 1e21 l 1 1 1 ne , 2 we le'1K ' e 21.2 vAe2 e , 2 .' l '2 gf ' 2 , h 'h e2 1 .2 l 22o1 2 .'e2 'e l lc .1 d 21 .' 22 .'2 1 , Koo 2 ling Good fellowship can andishoulrl exist.l'Jetwee11 faculty and pupils. Ufttimes we thinle that l , e A ' ' K 2 if l , 2 2 2 2 ', 2 ' 'K ' ' . , 2 2 K, l 1, '2 e ,2 y'2l22llz K' 2: Kf- e2st ','lSl. L, 2 , 2y' 2 J 'l , ' :le All-l22l' l 2l 2 1, 2l . l h ' 2.' 21 l 1' 1 2z 2 2 . e 2. l1e 1K l l e ell '.2h1 . fimi ggAM ' ' 2 ' e' 211 1.11.1-1 , 'ISI21 1 1 ' AK -' d 2. T113 1 , , .1 2x- 2. S II , , I . 22 1e2ve2 l he 1 'l 2 2K1 A K 1 ' .' pre l l 2 l 2 1 '2 e2 2 el l , ge . Th A 2e21 tive hehlnl el e21r e lion, l 2. .' h2. ' l o l'y'A1K yo lee2l l 2 ' 1c. B 4 2 . l l 5 2 d 1.h2 2' 1 , eidd' 2' ' C3 ll l . el .2 r, l .1 .' h, e 1 le, K FZ llc' K .1 ' K. Men f ee 1 ld'- K 2 2' .' 24 , '. .' ' 2 2 2 .2 2.1 ' 2d ' 2l l e21 ' 2' l e2 ' d . AS 2 ll l12 . , .'2'2 22, I . .' Q 1 2 1 1- Une' 1 11 Q14d,'Q1 ' , 01 11111 Ii L A. 21' . le 2 ' : U l 2 2 2 A 2 2 .H 2 2 2 ' HDITURIAI S was Well the earth attraeted the apple and the apple attracted the earth each H1 proportlon to ltS SIZE This was the product ol a mlnd lncllned to study Ol Macaulay lt has heen sald that as a boy he was neyer happier than when he would Slf ln lr lnt of the llre place VVltll a plec ol hre ad and hutter ln one hand and a hoolc ln the other and would read and study l IS td that helire he was elght years ltd he could repeat the :greater part ol Mllltlllg Paradise ost from memory newer t e1 rum r l ldl'CI1 o r ally ll to stu y al1d 1. ho wll really o so wlt out any tlfglflil or word of pralse IS lndeed llmlted They may he called the evceptlons for they do not lgl ow the usua rue tu ents may then e lvl e ll1to t ree classes 1 lirs clu es the exceptlon ort ose w o stu y wlt out llNtI1lIVC simply heeauset ey enjoy lt e second class IS made up ol those w ho do not care to study hut wlll do so ll the teae her l11a es er lIlSlI'ltCllOl1 lnterestlnq She nlust SyIIlD8ll"tl7C wlt t e students an pralse tl1el11 l1r thelr good worle This class lllcludes the largest rlumher ol children ln school The thlrd and last c ass COI19l9lS ol those who cannot or will not study Thls class ls also sn1all hut undouhte y contalns more than tl1e lirst dlWlSlOIl A Qre at deal ol the re sponslhlllty lor the success ol the stlldent depends upon the teachers t IS mr t em tl see that tl1e esson IS made inte re stlng or the DLIDI s lor as soon as tle lnterest IS taleen away the puplls cease to study For the purpose ol leeeplnq up lntere st spelllnlg matches an the dlylslon ol the lfrade ll1to classes wlth hr qhe puplls Ill th A class are plans often used Then lnturn a qreat deal ol the responsllmlllty depends upon the puplls le IS lor tl1em to help t e teacher ln eyery way they can hy avoiding confusion and carefully paying attentlon The Dllpll should try to arouse interest ln l1ls own mlnd ahout the sulijeet helnq discussed and to stu y lt wlth all dlllgence l les thls l1e may w lth safety he called a good student The student to w lom Sluhlylllil colne s natur llly does not deserye near y so nluc 1 ere ellt as tle one tl y hom It does not hut who persevere s and does hls lmest N llle Yelllle ot el Name RJ t l11pt s t p e asure s a Hlql S IJ e Jo ltl peasur llpo1 t e llrst Anl1 a A so we t1an the class 1l 1 07 lor l't8Xtt'tQ' estahllshed such a worthy preeedent Flye years aqo when exen t1 lf ea 1 pu1 IH 1lnQ III Ill1ll'l was new t1e nlor e ass 1 W wltm on y lllteen t1elr ranles plal ed to DI lt a mer nto ol tlcl llq selool llle as ea el e 'llrror n se arc 1lnQ or a name we the edltors of thls Annual K'0IlSlFlt ree UVHIX 'lpproprl ite ye ore s an phrases But out ol r speet to the class of 'J and hecause ol a desire I7 help sta lls1 90I1lLlltlt1Q: perm ine l1t ln t1e lql c1oo e ecl e upon tlt tlt e it the llrst nnu'l exer pun lshe x tl1e Ar ansas lty Hlqh School Next year the same prohlem ol se lCCllI1Q' a l1al11e wi l 1 1r the ltll0l'S 1 n l11ay t ey realwe t e vlluc ol a pe I'II1'lINI1l name lor our Annua s And y hat hettcr name could he selected than The Mirror l' r the Annual ls rllghtly ealled the mlrror ol lur llifll s 1o1l ll e an the contents are a relleetlon ol the e ls and lt ol th year so 101 irlnq t1ose who hrst usee t1e tlt e y e oose to ca t1 o ume l 1e Mirror and hope there wlll he many more yolumes ln the time to come e live H1 the present and hope lor the future and ar olten III dn ger o lol qe lllllg th lllI1Q'S ol' tl1e past Ho ever ll the past IS what lt ought to he lt sh luld tl l 1 Wllll tra IIIOU ai ragrant with memory The old r the lndlyld al qrms the more yalla lleeom s t e memory ol a worthy past The san1e IS true also ol the, Hlqll School tl should haye traditions that lnay he recalled wlth pleasure tradltlons ol SCll0l6iI'SlllD and ol the lllttlflltttl' up ol QCIIUIHK . 3 ' -1 I , A I i e 2 i :- , ' I i ef 1 1 ' , ' 1 , ' . . t '. to 31 E ' 5 1' ', . e , , 1 h ' hu ' 'gf L 'U Hex'1' fi, h , 1 he o chil wh e ' 'lee Cl '. v , ' cl 3 P h. lt A f . l l-. 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U1 1I11s 111-1'111111t it is I111111-1I IIIZII tI11- 1'11111- 1- , I' H -ill I1 ' ,',' -"t' 5 1tt1 'I -It 1ttI1 I 1111 11111- wI 11111I1-rst Is tI11-111 W1 II XVIII ,IQ get '111I tI1'1t II11- 1111111- muy 1,111 ' 1'11-I11-1' Ill 1111-11114 Lf ' I ' Ill -. s o N .Z 5 - .R 1 . o 5 . 0 -A HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING BOARD Ol ILDITORS John F Bender Eclxtor m Chxef Guy Ecroyd Busmess Manager ASSOCIATE EDITORS EarI IVIcIVIlIIln Chairman Mary BOSSI IVIargI1er1ta Scott Robert Prescott John Moffat I-IazeI GIeason l00lxllNI1 IRAQ 104 XRDS AC NES F CRAHAM Tempus quldem luglt Tres anm menslbus reyolyendls complentur ex quo tempore prlmo ad Arleanslensem urbem yem Hos annos ab Galha est omms dtylsa tn partes tres translyx mus ad uo usque tandem abutere Catlllna nostra patlentla et ln ylcem ad Arma ylrumque cano Trolae our prlmus ab orxs et lam eburna porta E'XllJlKT'lllS Which being Interpreted IS Behold a sow er went forth to sow ln September 1907 and the held was the Arleansas C ty Hugh School and that same year the soul w as promnsmg haymg been dlhgently cultlyated preylously for tn the Sophomore class w as a goodly comp my of wide awalee youths and maidens and ln their mlnds the sow er carefully planted htstory dates and Latm oots and day by day watched to see them grow and anon by earelul testing noted results And olten the sower rejoiced as strength ol character and power of thought and wldened lenowledge show ed that the planting had been done ln good soll And at times there was a leelmg of sadness as month after month passed and one and an other Instead ol cultlvatlng his tract carefully let grow up IU lt the weeds ol csrelessness lndlller ence and dtseouragement and hnally decnded to wnthdraw from the strenuous held of actlon to a more congemal chme And hen the June hary est time came the sower found but twenty slx of the lorty one worthy of eommendatlon The sow er went her w ay anel ID three months returneel again to lxnd that the enery ating days of summer or the des re to earn a hyellhood had taleen away from some the wtsh to contmue or ln the l Id 0 lynowledge So that but elghte en ol the Orlgllhll number remalned to w om were added lour others transferred from other helds anel among these was a Wise youth and a Jolly Ruth And agaln the sower began the tasle before her and many were the hours spent as CICCFOS thoughts olte n planted deep were dug out with much labor or pulled out by the and ol a horse but IS ponies were lorht en ln this he sa was the day when one appeared an sad er sttll the tlme hen he who had used one IH secret no longer had tts ard ulclely t e months passed and the second haryest time showed that seyeral more were mlsslng Eyen the ranes eould not leeep the pace mel lo e thelr wings anel eleparte el A third time yacatlon came and went and agaln as before the held was ready but lo only thlrteen Semors greeted the sowers as September 1909 appeared Stull xt w as a class o great promise wlth ts well lenown Seott Prescott and Mellat ts lordly Earl lts falthlul Marys one called Boss: the graceful Hazel well named Bonnle musxcal Ralph dramatic Roxllla and but one Guy ln the lot Gladly have these young people received lnto good anel h nest soll the seeds of Latin, Engllsh German History and science and richly haye the sowers felt repaid for all their labor and with gladness haye they watched the development of the thirteen who haye been lalthlul un to the end and who soon are to recelye the reward promised such v y w w v v w A J A A n I' . .. 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S- J,-12310 5 r GUY PCROYD A dxamond Ill thc rough BONNIE H XNSILLL r lac r is as spot ces as Qin s Bon xc 'VIARGHERITA SCUTT remember a mass of things but none distinctly. 4040 I' 89 unix -Xllgll'-,I U 180' IHS! Sc-ptemlmr -4 139.2 .- ':m.',' My HAZEL CJLEASON o woman Slence glY6S the proper grave s UXRL MIVIILLIN 9 KNO is xx u n K milx me se IOUI' ROBERT PRESCOTT God made him therefore let fum pass for a man 'K 18811 '36 Q1 fil 1891 I IU W9 P pr . July fl 1891 Bulfalw, N. Y. RALPH SWARTS WOUILII aftcr all are nh grea props and comforts of our ex mtcnce I CIASS or 910 MARY BOSSI And some that Qmxle hm? In the lr h9ar'Q I fear mllllons of ml chlcf 'T 'VIARY ROWAN To know IS to owe J lx 4 1891 lll V4-1.5 180 r n I 1-, Jum- 1891 Arlnn'-'1 Cllx l'1..-XSS OF 12110 LH LE XX ISE lll atc-r runQ cp ROXILLA Nl QLUNJEY W hat a burdens mme name 9- 1 1895 'X ? , V L- bs 5 St' w . . 610' ' P 1 1 x ' . 4' I I . .1..1, 26 EI Vv':l!-.111nglm1, C 7 K , .H 4, Q ff 4 1 4 . A '1 ' -M St. 1.uui:-a, Missou CLASS OF 15110 JOHN VOHAT nx FQZHIOII 1 lah mrdlwrx an x orlx shop of tu SIL c t RLTH LESH f am Staind nth Iaugmr U' 9 H90 nl x 5 F Jinx f 'W .e fa Q A -A as 'Co 'em ' thv 1'1" - 'f I I N' -I I ' ld Tll .H D4-m'u111bf'l' Arlxzlnszln fwlly A4 W 5 vc , Dh, I I ' w' gl ' 'J ' ' . gs , .ffx Um-lolwcr 24 1. E 1 XY1'slpf1:aIl.l, Kun:-:ls I R011 lillbh RUXILLA M C IUNILH l 1 ll l l s ll s 'll t L l llnt t rrune rx roune e have presenter to ollr vlew such numerous examples ol decay 'ln l9S0lllll0l'l tlat at tlmes all thlngs seem but translent objects upon a ClWll'ldllItQ world Some one has sald Pass lng aw ay IS S1l'lllC'I1 upon all t IIIQS t s true we behold a thousand shlltlng scenes ln the world around us each day each hour a mllllon forms ol llle and beauty perlsh Each mornlngs sun gllds some lalr temple that before the close of dav IS lald low ln dust and ashes qome proud vessel ITIOVIIIQ on lllee a gay thlng of llfe may be dashed to DICCCS IU a slngle hour upon the rocles Just now solne throne IS crumbllng and the hand that wlelds the scepter of power IS XVlll1f,I'll'1Q: Change 'md decay are UI1lvPl"S8l but decay IS not the prevalllng process of the Unlverse otherwlse the earth today would be only a sllent bllflal ground the decaylng I'CfI'l3lI1S ol a form once llvlng and beautlful If decay IS stronger than Vltallly then TCIFOQFLSSIOII must be the UI1lV6l'SHl law But Natures course has alw ays been marlced by a steady advance tow ard a more perfect end the great events of the past bespeale unlversal progress all thlngs are pre sslng tow ard hlgher ends and grander achlevements than the past has ever lenown Amld all the ceaseless change ol the world and tlme we see laws as harmonlous as those whlch rule the movement of the stars ln the very decay of human concerns cltles thrones powers all thlngs we stlll see progress and gradual development Notwlthstandlng all the v3l1lSl'l6Cl greatness ol the past the grand ae hlevements the faded glory that llve but ln name and moulderlng TUIUS the vltal energles of the world are stronger today than ever before Ever from out the dlm vault of hurled centurles there comes a VOICC Dl'OCl3ll'T1ll1Q Ul1lVPI'9Bl Progress Not Retrogre sslon Above the rulns ol C8DIlOl3 and Cathedrals are towerlng grander structures than the old a lloatlng palace IS on the sea for every frall barle that ever went down There IS a code olnlust and humane laws for everv body of cruel edlcts ever promulgated by relgnlng tyrants a strong lree government for every l'l3llOI1 of slaves that ever D9I'lSl1ltl ln a far oft age speech was scant and lmperlect the worles of art were rude ln the extreme government was weale and wlthout system The SUCCCSSINL ages ol the world have been revolu tlonary ln character The Patrlachlal Age bears but llttle resemblance to the age of Slngle Mon archles From government by Patrlarchs and Judges there came governments by Monarchs and Klngs Egvpt once powerful and exalted Chaldea onderlul ln art and lnlluence ASSYFIH renowned for strength mllltary system and royal fllQI1llX Persla glorlous IU clvlllzatlon bfllllanl IH mllllafy achlevement the conqueror of Babylon all these once so strong mlghty and re nowned have perlshed and thelr rulns tell a sad tale ol glory but the world dld not move bacle v ard wlth thelr decay Thelr learnlng thelr experlencc thelr QPDIUS dd not dle but Hed to other quarters to found better governments and bllllfl a more glorlous clvlll7atlon Wlth the pass lng of that age of slngle and unllmlted monarchles was ushered IH one whose glory far out shone that ol any precedlng lt v as the HEOFIC age that so transformed the world and shllted the centers ol wealth and elvlllzatlon that It seemed not the globe of a century before The world wept not over the FUIUS of former greatness when from the death struggle of her great monarchles there came forth the agents of power progress and DFOSDCFIIY Greece and Rome seem the llrst and only born ot. that remarleable epoch because they em bOdlCd the physlcal mental and DOllllC8l forces of the world Thelr coffers Contalned the wealth , W 41 '1 '1 "l ll-flvcl is not I'4'Jll'llt'tl lit' ll slr glc lm nd, WK' llllll'l lll ' l1llltll'I' Xk'lllC'll XYK' 'l.'P, Frol lllll lovly t'ilI'll'l to tllc vt ll mill slilcs, And w- lm ll its Sllllllllll, e l lv' l." , . . . 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' l'li0l'lll it HXIH e Lh xsox Nlanx years Igo Ill 'I httle toxx n H1 t e southern part ol 'lnsfxs there gradu Ite cl 'I marxe lous C ass ol thlrte e ll stu e ts hx th Igh ehcxol this class as prouel y re rr el t 5 as t Ie class c l t l'or many xears l haxe been studxmg III Europe tar from mx old Ame rIe an lI'lLI1ClS But tne other Illlflll as sat muslng In mx room a frlend seIIt me a ox o arge xelloxx roses xx Itch strange IS It nmx seem carrlee me ac on the s ID o mem Fl s 'Icrmss the g 'It cxpxns oe ean to mx old school day home tt ng IU thet Illght before the old fashioned hre place dreamllx l plcleed up each rose ane e 'Ie I ose III turn gaxe me a message ol one of those lar ott se ool III Ite s ol ll U s plc ed up t e hrst rose I accents sxxeet ane low t l te l t t p'I t I o of mx Intimate school friends Mary BOSSI ho had successfully graduate el lrom K U aId xx as noxx a teacher ol Languages In that Instltutlon xxhere bx her cheerful xlex ol ll IUBIIN I s Germany as an exchange teacher The second rose gentlx ID ormed me that Mr Guy Ecroyd xx ho xx as 'I graduate of 1910 xx as the most successful lIJUSlllfSS man III the Unlted States haxrng estabhshe cl a great xx holesale gro eerx e npany xxlth a f'Il"tlllt xx hlch extended from the Atlantic to thc Pac IlIe Ocean The third large yelloxx rose xxhxspered lov that the pretty blue eyed Bonnie Hansell who was always so Jolly had succeeded IH her deslred vocatlon 'md was noxx a noted physlclan of Kansas Clty Kansas The fourth llovxer H1 1 murmurlng yet serlous xolce called my fancy to the qulet and ehgnl fed boy xx ho led our elass and whose name was Earl lVlclVlIllIn It seemed as If he had been xery successful In has college xxorle havmg graduated wtth great honors Then he went to San Franclsco xx here he had almost outrlx alled the noted John Marshall as a l'Ixxxer and the rose even hmted at the DOSSlblllfy ol hrs becommg a Senator The hlth rose told me a story so beautiful that It made me thlnle ol the lalry tales ol yore lr told of the great worle for humanlty xxhlch the stately 'Vlrs Ruth Lesh WlHSlfJI1 had accomp hshed Haxmg married a rlch man she xx as able to carry out her phllanthrople lflC'l9 to a great extent The sneth rose was a questlon flower It aslxzed me Il l remembered that mlschlexous boy xx ho xx as always aslelng QUCSIIOHQ and draxxmg cartoons DF?8U1lly l asse ntcd 'and .earned from the rose that Mr John Mollat xx as one ol' Amerlcas greatest artlsts and xx 'Is at present traxehng In ltaly As l lll-ted up the sexenth rose a soft muslcal xolce sang a song to me about the successful hte of the great Shaleespearlan actress Roxllla Vlccluney xx hom l remembered as a glfl xxlth long darle halr and CXDFCSSINC brown eyes The eighth beautllul rose told me of the great Clxll engineer Robert Prescott who had spanned dIz7y heights IU the Andes xxlth bridges and roads ol lI1ll"lC3lE construction The Robert Prescott of old had been an athlete and was wonderfully lltted l r the strenuous hte In the Andes The nexet rose related an allurmg story about the dearest glrl In the class of 1910 It told how Mary Rowan had surpassed exen Madam Astor as a des gner of fashions she had a great establishment not only IH New Yorle Cnty but had one also IU Paris France The tenth rose In a very soft xolce told me that the romance xxhlch had begun In 1910 had matured and that Ralph Swarts had marrled his school day sweetheart It also called my atten W 1 ' 44 J tgp ' ' -- .1 drni: g e-HQ S- ' - xx- I' -te e- e .- I - 1.J10. 1 ' 'x In x v. 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Ior t1e car hacI start he orc new 1t was y anc yt tum I rc ac t c ha pIatIorn1 he had chssappearf set tled down aqam and Dr Bonnie IoId me OI the woncIcrIuI worIc Prof Wnse had been domq Vve arrived at IVIarQher1tas home Il ahout haII an hour ancI ound her worIc1nQ on a new noxe xxhxch she sand x as t1 e her Inst Her 1ome was heaut1uI and everxthlnq spo c for prosperity IeIt Kansas Cnty at about IINCIIIITIX and arrlxed at Chleaqo LarIx thc next mornlng It seemed I had IoIIowed the storm w h1c2h hacI Ieft Kansas City the day hefore heeause lt was aIso ralnlnq here Nevertheless Ilablllg dctcrmlned not to Ict HIIQIIIIIIQ' IIIIICIII' m Isouqht out a dlrcetory and Iound that Guy Eeroxd s oII1ce was situated m Statc strcet ahout Iorty m1Ies past the eanaI and that Ralph Swartz s drug store was just two hIocIcs from State on one OI the cross mg streets t :cf 1 on ugl Q A IIII 'IISI ' III" I I ' I IICCY , c I c".' 2 :1I o 1 II x'c2c2I4 zKfo ' I I Ing I . he I I 2 .'.' ' NIexv York. I .. 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We il -fl 11' H rr ' J.H .-f V Y Y , , 71,7 VIIWOI l hoarded a car and rode to the street on x hlch Ralph s store was located and from there l walleed toward the store It eommeneed to rain harder soon alter l had left the car and without even looleing up l a ed right past the stor x 11eh was Sllllaff el on '1 win y eorn r However a ter l had come to tl1e next crossing IlOlIi1 ha gone too ar anu so xxent hacle Ra p wasnt there lh cler sa IS xx1 e a tel p 1nel f 1111 and that e ould t he haele he or hve ocoe saw it xxou e 1 u ess to xa1t o mg sm e 1t hac to tat street are uc time arrived at buys ol lee l Flllbtl the ol 1ee hoy and xx as permitted to enter tl1I'OUgl a prix ate oor from xx 11ch entranee l would he unnoticed l manage to step IH hehlnd Guy an re he sat xx1t1 a h g g1r 1 s n1 t '111 n t r ting on t 1 At hrst e was going 1ut H16 out ut y ed 1 1 o perso11 e anne d to he so started lmmedlate ly to talle ahout the c ass He told n1e that Robert Prescott had taleen a new contract recently and x as laying out a right of xxax lor an air ship express ine hetween New Yor and Chie 1go e t for Ne xx or that afternoon an x as luelxy enough to see Bolo for the train passe lll'1lI1 a hundr el yards ol the l111e he xxas axing it He was hanging over a held near the trac He anel his transit were oth suspended ro111 a sn1all halloon Vvlhen he xx anted to start e vxoul sxxmg aroun start h1s motor and ol 18 xx iule se ar l arrived at Nlexx Yor thc next n1orn1nc5 and tools the suhxx ay to xxenty ther treet xx as store 16 1ae ee 1 IFKPIIIIQ' a messenger lox lllfl as tl1oug1t recognize her wa1te u11 tl s 1ad go e ll dl t n aslee the hoy x o S16 was lr xxas Marx Rowan as l had thouQ1t we nt 1ntot1e store and 3lll10llQl l le Ir entirely out o plaee in a dress malemq establishment yet mally lound her he t1ld n oxl 1 e1 ex as ge g t sing at the He sperh1l1e rus t evening l s 1 1 y lll nine, 'ue IJ ne a so eas y W1en we step e out of the door as l was le aving she pointed out a state y ady passing in an 3Ul0II1Olll6 and told met at she x IS t e one we used to c1 uth Lesh Halle s p ophecx had md d heen correct a Ruth xas exen then on her 1x t pax '1 1 tt t1e pe r at evening l went to hear Roxllla sing She was a l1ne singer and had heen successfu ot 1n Europe and Amemea But l could hardlx hehexe such a long time had passe since l 8 'lst seen h e loolee e xactlx the same and her NOILC a ll10llQ'l lt sho ed great training xxas much the same l hade farexx ell to America the next morning and alter a tl1ree davs Journey arrived at Ham hurg llirst passed through Germany a11d found that Mary Bossl had started te aching ln the lo xer gra es a11d that she xx IS Just as er1n y IS anx of our teachers use to e started to speale ahout ho x she used to hrmg candy to school a11d she acted as ef she couldnt remember l hurried on to Pans where Mary had told me Hafle was staymg and when I arrixed at Havles apartments l found her sitting III a hu, arn1cha1r with a hox ol' yellow roses on the lloor beside her l thlnle Mary had telephoned t her and told her that l xx as coming to see hoxx tl1e prophecy had turned out and she had secured the roses as a Jolee l intended to return to America lrom Pans hut l came oxer to London and 111et a friend xx ho xxas just going to Frnlelort on a lJUQlI1PSi trip and xx anted n1e to walt Ulllll he should return l toole DOSSCSSIOII ol his apartments and it IS so foggy tonight that l ar11 afraid to go out for fear of getting lost so thats how l cl1ance to he writing this A Rli 'Q " 'VIH-I l'RUl'lll'if'Y 1 ' K w ' . :.' e1, x'l ' 1 1 e ' d ' er. 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II XSS llN'l'0RX 'VI-XRN BOSSI Who can ptcture the Joy that thrtlled the hearts ot st tv boys 'ind girls who on that ramy day ID September 1906 lor the hrst time emered the wlde open doors of A C H S amd enlist ed In the Freshmen ranles under the flag of purple and gold The hrst two weeles were spent tn gettmg acquamted with our teachers class mates and booles Then lt was that our real life began and Inspired ly our tt 'le hers we set about to be the record class Soon we held our hrst meetmg and before long had selected our class color yellow not wtth tts old meamng of Jealousy but of good fellow shtp At the end ol the term came our hrst battle wtth examunattons from w hlch we successfully emerged undaunted and zealous tor the coming term An Important ev ent ot this term occurred when the circus came to town but IH the lorm ol an art CXhll'JltlOI'1 How hard we worleed l r that exhlbltlon no one but the QIITXIXIDQ' can tell But as a result we. gained a beautllul plcture lor our room and as a special reward w ere glv en our hrst party ow spring was drawmg near and ptcnle days ad arrlved ur ptcmc was spent at our usual ptcnlc grounds and thus ended the happiest Freshman year of our lives eral new members entered on our ltne ol march the onlv survtvor betng our tllustrtous prestdent Guy Ecroyd As yet we had to desire tor class scraps but tmagme our dlsmay when as we turned our steps to school one morning we beheld from the highest pinnacle of the bulldtng the llag of the class of 1911 lloatmg to and fro on the breeze as a dehance and a challenge to us We were determlnecl never to surrender to that Hag nor remam under lt so we turned our footsteps to the hill east of the ctty and wrote 1910 so that all mtght read who saw and made a vow never to return unttl the enemv s llag should be wlthdrawn To brtghten and malee our room more cheerful we bought two beautltul ptctures one ol w hlch we gave to the room the other we advanced wtth us The studies of this year were very delightful and how we dld enjoy those Botany expedl tions on which we examined every plant from the tlnlest blt ol moss to the great sturdy oalc and we felt on our return that we could out rival even Burbank Our Junior year was marleed by a series of good times and by labor with our studtes Yet where was a more brilliant and more popular class than the class of 1910 during our Junior year? It was at this ttme that Ruth Lesh and Lyle Wtse our baby realized that the hand of tate pomted to A C and left all and came to our outstretched arms On the thirty hrst day of October we alleed and talleed with the ghosts and the departed splrlts of our class all of whom prophesied great success tn store for us As ttme rolled on and sprung agatn drew near we surprised the other classes by talclng a moonlight rtde Such a plcntc as we had and ho we dld malee the town rlng wtth our class yell when we returned late that night' Then alter the usual reception decorating and sending oft of the bemors our Jumor was a thing of the past and the dawn of the Senior year was already appearlng Alas' who can record all the happenings of our Senior year The hrst part of the year was marleed by a series of Senior lunches marshmallow toasts and the play hour also by hours of hard labor and toll for the path of a Senior ts not all sunshine On the twenty ninth day of October we chartered a hay racle and rode to a country school house where we gave a box supper Only a few acctdents such as a stolen heart some Juniors electrocuted and a buggy broken happened to mar the pleasure Shortly after Christmas we began worle on the Mirror an annual which we were determined '1 I 'I W 7 I AA L L ' I ' hy. ' I A 'X w. fs I ' , , ' ' ' - , , f Y . ' X . - " , x . .... , I X - .. ' ' ' N , ' ' r 1 ' 'L Y , ' . A . . x I ,' I , , . . D ' ' f n - ' , 2 EI . ' ' , o N . . " 'x ' ' ' 1 0ur Sophomore year began with about thirty-hve ot our old number. lt was now that sev- ' V 1 I . ' V ' ' v V v . ' r . I , - , I ' , 1 l- . . , . . ' , , . ' ' V lv ', sq V . ' . V D . ' ' Y I r ' - ' .h I l ' . . . ' 1 . . , Y l ' l ' , . Y .7 1 , . V ' . 1 1 I , . , L LA99 HIS I ORY should outclass all prevuous ones Then followed many weeks ot toul and pucture takin s both for the Seniors and the other classes Thus we labored on munglung play with our work untul the time came when for once we con descended to be the guests ol ouur lruends the Juniors But who was not happy and what Seniors love lor the Juniors dud not uncrease a hundred fold on that memorable April night? We have now come to the time when our lufe us not a Past History but a Present We are soon to be graduated a class ol thirteen members to be sure a small class but one which ex cells un all things and to which no other class has ever been equal or ever will be We leave our Alma Vlater wuth the thought Happy have vvc uuuet uupv uve we nun Happy max wc purt Ane hu uv uuueet uguun Ll XSS WS Ill We the qenuor Class of 1910 of the H gh School of the Cutv ol Arkansas Cutv un the County ol Cowley and State ol Kansas being ol souuud mund and memory and understanding do make our last will and testament un the manner and form following First The Senucr Class gives and beeuuueaths to their devoted class teacher a man This wuse noble and ever obedient m'un to be hers and hers alone alter due process of ceremony The Se uuuor Class beluue utlus tu their allectuonate Cerman teacher the use and control ol one The Senior Class guves and devises to their dignified Prolessvr one sack of marshmallows and apparatus to toast them and Joy fully remember the class of 1910 The Senior Class hequeaths to their dear little Miss Haskett un payment for her effort un helping the class of 1910 through the English course of the Arkansas C ty Hugh School one bran new smule to be preserved with due dulugence the rest of her lule The Senior Class bequeaths and devises to Miss Sleeth a rest from the bothersonue euuuors The Senior Class bequeaths to their beloved and devoted Miss Graham the good will ol the Senior Class The Senuor Class beeuueaths to Miss Weimar a key to fame The Senior Class devises and gives to their Superintendent the old Saying He got married and lived happy ever alter econd The Class gives and hequeaths unto our beloved Juniors ol 1910 the use improve ment and income ol the hugh school lands and their appurtenances situated on lots fifteen sux teen seveuuteen and eighteen ol block nunety one un Creswell township Cowley county tate of Kansas to have and to hold the same to them for and during their natural school lute We also devise to our dear lellouv students our Capacity lor co operation when they have become duly accredited Seniors of the Arkansas City Hugh School Third The Senur r Class ol' said Hugh School ol saud State and County gives and bequeaths to theur dear fruends the Sophomores ol 1909 and 1910 the abuluty lor brotherly alluance and asso cuatuon wuth their lruends the Seniors Fourth The Senior Class devises to the Freshmen one punt of good will for their vears that are to come un the Arkansas City Hugh School The Senior Class gives and beeuuueaths to their lauthlul and ever helpful friend Mr Young the good wishes ol the class Every member of the Senior Class of 1910 of the Hugh School of Arkansas City Kansas . . u. . . . ,. - , . , , . . . . . 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X iI'L,l11llll 1ott s11 s 1 1 ll t1 '1 111ent t st1111o111 111 reo e h1r1 1111to set our ha111ls a111l seals a111 puhhsh a11d decree this to 11r ent Sl y1ar of 1111r ord 1111 ll'1lll's3I1 11111e hundred a11 ten s12111111R CL xss or 111111 'I 0 D 1 H 111111 11 ay is the t11111 IJ 111 t ings t 1st11 t1111e to 11er1'1se yo11r qr1at1 st fnerqies s 11111 to rea lie y 1ur lIQ'1PSl an nohle st 1111l11t11111s Oll DN 1111 SIIILL 111 ly to pass 111t1 usinq 1our e111 rgies for 1ep1ng SOFDC 11ea 1r pilgrim or 1l1111115 some deed of lemdn ss or 1 th Olll qctting a little IILZIFCI' tl11 e11Z1t ol y 1ur a111l11t1on lllCIl 1 111 1316 III ost a Qoldcn 11pp 11' tunity 11r C801 '111 1er1 t111 '11 1s 1 golden opportunity pres1nt111Q 1gre1t1r possi Illl a r1Qht1r luture a111l 11111 greater happimss he world s1111e its 1r1 at111n s11111 t e'1111eol1A11la111 a111 ve has 11111 a ser11s ol todays one alter the other 1111 ha1e h 1 1 ut 1111l t ers 1111 111:11 11ast11 We can 110 o11r YC sea ol these NN asted todays and behold rhf derelicts of t1n11 the neglected opportunities rhe 111any rolcen SDlFllS rho 111any 1111h111sh11l exp JIIS and t e 11 ast1d 111on1e11ts 11l111 h NN ere as yaluah e in o11r todays as diamonds H011 111a11y ol 11s gan loolc over this sea without conlronting some wreck 1 h11'h he-longs to us so1111th1ng lost? As me ldly watch the todays lloatlng past we qradually he 1om1 more torpid lllltll some day while 1lrea111111q 111 sh ill arouse oursel1es a111l hnd rhe last ol our todays has followed the hrst Then we shall seramhle after them stumhhng and grappling 111th all antagonistic forces hut because of our preyious 1na1't11 ity 11e shall hnd ourselyes too wealc a11d w shall fall short of the goal Are you waiting for that tomorrow when you shall do all things? Haye yo11 when traveling on the desert of life looked with eyes of hope across the wastes and beheld that wonderful mlrageo f'l,.- 'I,I. hf, . 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TODAN You wlll see lt as mllllons ol others have seen lt before you and your heart wlll heat high wlth opes tlst c nllrage o tomorrow llS always ln t e s les Ir gllstens an gows l e a wonderful ralnbow of promise As we look upon lt the lure grows we shut our eyes on today we forget yesterday wlth llS disappointments We are so absorbed n the dream DICIUFPS ol' to morrow that we walk w antonly and blindly over tht flowers of today Under the mystlc spell ol thls marvelous mirage the reality I9 lost ID the contemplation ol the dream Tomorrow' What a wonderful picture' What rare lllllg' What a glorious promise' l the heart ol that pageant you can lead the answer to every deslre vou can see the lrultlon of every hope you can see the ll"lllll0I'l of every dream The goddess of manifold blessings wlll enter the port olyour llle tomorrow ut awake' tls only a dream a dream w IC can nevtr be reall7ed This IS todav your today To reall7e those lantastlc hopes and desires you must labor and labor wlth a determlnatlon for an ideal ln pondering over thls subject l have many YIIUPS wondered hy the sclolars ol the natlon permit such a word such a dream producer to remain ID our vocabulary It IS very seldom ll ever that the user ol the word tomorrow stops to consider ltS true meaning rlhe general Concep tlon IS a day when all thlngs vvhlch we have not been able to accomplish might be done A l have before Sald the world I9 a series of todays each today having so much assigned to lt If we do not accomplish our allotted tasks each day we wlll find ollr tlmz has expired on thls earth before that tomorrow wlll have arrived we have a tomorrow to which we can look lorw ard ln thls picture we can see the lrultlon of the seeds ol our mercv ol our love and ol our labors not ol our hopes our desires and ollr dreams lt IS the real tomorrow ol our todays the harvest tlme ol our llle but to reap thls har vest we lTlll9l pass through the grave The more servlce we have been to our neighbor to our natlon and to our God the more abundant wlll be our harvest the more bountiful wlll be our graln the more easy wlll be the glealllng ol lt We collld lndeed find rest and pleasure ln look lng lorw ard to thls tomorrow But w hy should we seek to call tomorrow that which IS already understood as our reward forthe merlts ol our llle on earth? For tomorrow IS the mirage l have pictured and lf se p rslst ln d elllng ln the skies absorbing these dreams our reward ln the next world wlll of rlecesslty be small So can you not reallve that the greatest time ol your llff' IS now that todav IS the crlsls w hell the next day wlll elther lind you drlltlng or breastlng that tlde ol life? Whether lt be breastlng the tlde of life or hether It be drlltlng down to destruction wlll be determined by your actions now and today Would that we would say wlth Carlyle ln his famous motto l too could say to myself Be no longer a Chaos but a World as even Worldkln Produce' Produce' were lt but the pltllullest lnhnlteslmal fraction ol a product produce It ln God s name Tis the utmost thou hast ln thee out lth lt then Up' Up Whatsoever thy hand hndeth to do do lt v lth thy v hole mlght Work whlle lt IS called Today lor the nlght cometh wherein no man can wor So ll dreaming awake' It ldllng work' IE worklng work harder' For the past todays are dead sea lrult tomorrow IS only a mirage u todav 19 love llle and opportunlty h . I1 he ' y f '. l' ' ' ' h,.k',.. K' d l - ik , . ' ' - '. B ' . l ' , 'h' ,h i K '. i. . U ' i . ' . w' l . V ' V Consider that today is eternity and eternity' is today and in today we grasp eternity. Then , . . V 4 3 . . W . . . . ' Y . - - 1 . : VV. 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KDTQEEHDHZHQHCDMS S if Xa ,LL e,IF'l XRGON Xl l'S OFFICERS John Probst Preszdent Robert Prescott Vue Preszdenl Ruth Blevens Treasurer Otis Fowler Sergeant Many years ago ln far distant Greece a band of heroes was formed to search for the golden fleece The members of thls brave band called themselves the Argonauts Not many years ago a dlvlslon of the students ln our Hugh School decided to adopt thls name for their literary purposes This society although not ln search of the golden tleecc has made good progress toward its goal which IS to obtain a complete success In literary programs Thls goal seems almost to have been reached for the Argonaut programs have been very successful thls year especially has thls been true of the debates So lar thls society has won four of the debates out of slx The other features ot the programs have also been slcllltully pre sented It IS not to be thought however that the Argonauts have ceased to struggle for superlorlty for each year their Ideal becomes hlgher Y V VY Y I A I L V x 3 , ar x , ' . L Halle Gleason , A .,,,, , ,a...,,, ,,,S8Cf9fUfy ' I e k xv , . . , . . . L U Xl ll RS 'UU George Butler Preszdent Ruth lVlcQxranahan Secretary Lavv rc nce Sw arts Sergeant ln 1905 the Cav alter society was organized and this s now the ffth year ln the life of thls society Every Cavalier has tried this year to malce the programs given on alternate Friday after noons Interesting ancl pleasing to vxsttors and students The programs have heretofore been glven on Friday mornings We have contended with our rlv al the Argonauts to see vv hlch could give the he-tter programs and as a result these programs have been excellent We have had a splendid hugh school orchestra to furnish music for us We wlsh to evpress our thanlrs both to the members ot the orchestra and to the frlencls outside of school who have alcled us In gxvlng our programs Y 7 1 Y A A A QA L z V . f J, ,ky ., If f I Xl x ' I X Bonnie Hansell , , , , ,, ,. ,,,-, Vice President ' ' 1 1 ,P I 1? 5 1- fr x E E C x S IINORI IIQISHNI-XX IJIHATINC Il S slr- Qi'-19'f I ..,, 4 -in.-W,-, ff. 41.5316 nh Jian 1 A 2' C AST OF PLAY AGMHQGHQS V- ,, -it V 1- - FJ J' -Z J P5 1 w ' I QV!! dlp, uhuh. . ,lf-JU 4 .. fx- 11 4, V, 5 r'1-My JM flu' -3" .za 2 ...A 1Il"ll mul ii 3- '3" -1: -E-an Q Q . 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J am .mt att a p cnc If 6X zmplc lor the tc roxc Q plax ecl lelt en as though horn on 5 lor that plat e Hts wor xx as Sure ancl he c-ou rc nent tr u u an 1 11 c me equal lor xccclxnm., me lorxx arrl pass aml lor llllllk ln taclxll g 1 mmnna anrl Xlorrxs f'OIllPQlPCl wnth ff1ll"t honors or I'lQ'l1l mnfl mmone was swllt 0 loot a xas unextelle ID the lutness wltl w 1 L me enclrcc tmc alt ent 'Norms was a qon tae lc r and acltlc much to the Qencral tr am wor rfsc-ott 'tt Itlr tall p ax ecl a Qoocl Qame 4 unclcrstoo excrx slqnal am w as aluaxe on the spot to help malte them succewlul He xx as qulelx at Qtartmtl an w as a sure tac- ltr uc 1 m xx he atc 0 ante Q ln nsuu clnq t e Jattcrtnq ram mention 0 ttf cam n mls ec-ntcr rus en l1f-lyoretllrollg hm opprmentg wlth vea e uae the utl ltx man ol t 1 tam c-vtlcl tw clcp 1 4 upon ID am post mn ate plax ed a speeflx game at rlght hall He w as one ol the best tar-lxlers on the te m w 'ts pure Qrlt and fletermmatlon ancl nex er smxeup olaxe hls posxtmn lox a l thtrc x 'ai III t Cectl Ammons and George Dean unflertoolc the runnmq ol the te 'am At quartcr thu mlxed tht slqnlls H1 Que XBFIOUS waxs that t e oppaalng team was unc-1 rtam as to what we-alt polnt I11lQ1lINXl 1 'lttae r ny rt calm ln tu contmt nuer rattle: ncxfr ncrxous hut ea e the Qlqnals lI1 a cl: 'ar .llSlll'lCl XOICP rthur Vs llcx C 1 HXlll 'iI1lflS were the SlllJSlllLlllb There xx '15 hut slulht Cllll'CI'll1CC e tx een a memher 0 th hrst team am the 9UlJSllllllE'S Daniels ln the carlx part ol the seaaon o 1 h collar In 1 c the team or the rzmam er ol the seaeon an excellant p axcr W1 ev w as not down to practice aa much aa w ai necessarx and thus w as Quan the place he held Let ex erx one booat lor a Strong team the next Season F00' ' I , ,L ' EAM R. J. V. In was an zlluhitious squarl nl youths that asje hletl l'i.:t S - Jtenl -r to K' 0 l ligh . h l ll r l lt - . K' ' prft' If ve - to he ill l, 'or Q - - l'1 f E valuahle players the year l,elnre. ll: l -l lK' tht- pr uspec-ts helnre them they laily x '- cl 'n to I 2 -I' '1-. The-K' sorlx -fl h'1rcl uncl - Nlr. St-h I -Cllvj fl per "shun, wl 4'l '- ' - 1at- in hc-in zhle I0 rl tain. Th r - '- -l la ill ltllly ancl well to llll the vac- nt 5 l -cs. 1: K' -l on - wa: gr - the plaee whi -h he was m mst eapahle ul lvlling. XV l 1- hf- ' l L' ' K K P-'h Q l'-' - l- ye' lam-lore were in a measure responsihle lor this. Hut t ol the seven whim-h x 'e were lmlf- to oh! in we l m. 1 lK' vo. Tl - - lt l ' 'li hlK' s all l ' Q ' - IK t - l't -l 'IQ . . .ln The - 4 e 'asz V 1-, d - X 'lK', ,. -gli, K' , rl K 1 . U, , ' 3 Bull lel 2 -lil:-3 ProlJQ, 'Kfl ac-lileg - : . Q d .' 'K l ' li in ' ll- le . 1' -': .f . D T' - l 'Q, 'Kflt l'lt1C -' Q ' l D- , -2 kyle! 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