Arkansas City High School - Mirror Yearbook (Arkansas City, KS)
- Class of 1923
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VIRGINIA CAMPBELL Asst Edztor
EARL WRIGHT Busmess Manager
ALVIN EATON Asst Busmess Manager
WALTER STONE Cartoonzst
THELMA MAY Typist
BEULAH SCOTT Snapshots
HOWARD BRATCI-IES Athletzcs
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THELMA FIERCE Llterary
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HISTORY OF SCI-IOGL
CN April 7, 1870, the first public school was organized in Arkansas
City. The school was held at the home of Professor Morton, located
at what is now the corner of A street and Birch avenue. The first teacher
was Mary E. Swarts.
In 1871 the village inhabitants undertook to build a schoolhouse. The
lumber was prepared by a local sawmill out of cottonwood trees. The
schoolhouse was located on the site where now stands the Rexall Drug
Store. Miss May Benedict, who is now Mrs. McNaughton of North B
street, was the first teacher in this quaint little schoolhouse.
The High School in the 70's and 80's offered two courses, Classical
and English. The High School course was divided into three classes
Junior, Middle year, and Senior. The first year the classes were held in
the second story of the Hasie Block on Summit. Later they moved it to
what is now the First Ward building and then to the "Forest House."
The total enrollment was 80 with a faculty of three teachers. On June 5,
1880, the first Commencement for a graduating class in Arkansas City
was held. The graduating class consisted of five members. They had
studied in their Senior year Physical Geography, Algebra, Rhetoric, Book-
keeping, and History.
Today the Arkansas City High School has an enrollment of over
500 pupils and a faculty of 23 teachers. The City has just completed a
new S250,000 High School building which is considered to be one of the
best in the state.
In school activities such as football, basketball, track, oratory, debate,
and music, Arkansas City High School can be depended upon to get a
large share of the honors. It is known all over the state for its "pep"
and school spirit.
Four distinct types of courses are offered, Commercial, General,
Agricultural, and College Preparatory.
The graduating classes have increased from 5 in 1880, to 124 in
1922, and to 110 in 1923.
Many of the Arkansas City High School students have won fame
in both the commercial and literary world and as scholars and teachers.
The memories of the Arkansas City High School will always be dear
to the hearts of those who have graduated.
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As I Slt dreammg of the future a beautlful woman appears bes1de me
and beckons me to follow She leads me to a beaut1ful hall 1n wh1ch IS a
large mlrror where the future of all l1v1ng mortals are portrayed
At flrst the scenes are unfamlllar to me but soon one appears ln
Wh1Ch IS a large bulldmg Wlth a slgn before 1tS door On the slgn are the
words Splckelmlre May and P1n on Fash1on Shop and Beauty Parlor I
recognlzed 'Tubby Brewster as the man1cur1st At the barber chalr be
slde hlm V1v1an 1S cuttlng Watson s halr Whlle I am talkmg to my old
classmate who should walk 1n but Vlfgln a Campbell? She 1nv1tes me out
to dlnner Here I meet some more of my old frlends Earle Wrlght IS a
mlghty pol1t1c1an W1ll1am Cunnmgham IS the latest Shelk 1n the movles
wh1le Chunky IS st1ll a lounge 11zard and Robert Bays a man of
Now the scene ShlftS to lands across the sea In the large cxty
of London the flrst person I see IS Walter Stone who IS a great cartoomst
by hlS Slde IS h1S Wlf8 Martha Becker Stone Alonzo Wllson IS the edltor
of a SOCl8llSt paper 1n Russla In my tr1p through France I see on all the
blllboards large s1gns announc1ng a great play featurmg Peggy Swmdle
and MRPVIU Wells Edward Lamb IS the orchestra leader wh1le Nell1e Bly
MSTIOH Morgan V1rg1n1a Spencer and Mary Quade are the ballet dancers
Far down ln the wllds of Afr1ca are George Templar and Gladys
Hadley m1ss1onar1es to the savages Edna Jordan IS the secretary of
th1s happy band of m1ss1onar1es
Far out upon the Pac1f1c Ocean IS a small sa1l1ng vessel John
Gamble IS at the helm wh1le Doyle Hammond IS 1n the gallery cooklng sup
Out on a western ranch Edlth Edmlston and Alfred Debard have
taken thelr abode Ke1th Scott Gould Fltch Glen P1stor1ous are cow
Far 1nto the hllls llves Freeman Ames w1th Etta R106 as h1s wlfe
Ifreeman IS the preacher of a t1ny parlsh
Ester Kuhns and Edna Dowmng are stars ln the movles wlth Samuel
Brown and Byron Farnsworth as thelr lead ng men Lee Clrcle IS a
Charlle Chaplln and Harold LEWIS a Douglas Falrbanks Leshe Longshore
lb a student 1n a large un1vers1ty studymg for h1s A Z O Edna Rogers
and Cora Wlnters are teachers wxth most stern looks and ways Alvm
Faton has become a famous detectlve and 1S now huntlng for Pug Davls
the gentleman swmdler Emory Hanson IS the pres dent of a South
Amerlcan republlc whose populatlon IS only two Fern Lmnen IS the flrst
lady of the land Gerald Spohn and Cllfford Par1s are doctors of great
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renown Kathryn Alexander and Wlllard Moncrlef are wr1t1ng hlstory of
the anclent people of 1922 who are called Flappers Clan' Chapman IS
an aeroplane salesman Eugene Wlmpey IS an avlator who salls the Skl6S
so blue Hobart Luper IS candldate for governor of our glorious State
Farl Sllls IS the leadmg electrlcal genlus of the world Howard Bratches
IS the leadlng clothlng merchant of our town Jewell Sprulll IS a dare
d6V1l of the clrcus He dlves from a 100 foot tower mto a shallow tank
of water and on a sldelme IS Wrltlllg' a questlonnaxre on how to do thlngs
dlfferently Helen Klng IS the leader of the Amerxcan suffragette party
wlth 1ts headquarters at Washlngton D C
Nma Rlce IS a member of the Unlted States Senate where she IS a
leading flgure Blanche Darby and Llllys Duval are lady lawyers of na
tlonal fame havlng won many cases for the benef1t of the world Glenn
Brown and Harshfleld are engmeers worklng 1n South Amerlca
bulldlng great electrlcal plants LOUIS H1mel1c Charles May and Bowllng
Lester are mlners 1n the west dlgglng for that preclous metal all men
crave They are to111ng away to provlde a l1v1ng for Mlsses Fxerce
Hutchms and Schmlt
Lawrence Seyfer IS an o1l magnate wlth xmmense wealth Frank
Courtland West IS runmng a sheep ranch ln far away Montana Cather
me Turner IS runmng a candy shop 1n New York City Lena Acton IS a
fashlon deslgner ln a large department store 1n Chlcago Raymond Byrne
1s a floor walker proud Dorothy Taulbee and Hllda Gowen are nurses
ln Mayo Brothers hospltals Alene Khnk and Mae Plke are tour ng the
Lmted States glvmg concerts at all the large Cltles Beulah Scott 1S the
prlvate secretary to the president of the Unlted States Ethel Kantzer
IS the clerk of the House of Representatlves Cecll Llnnenkohl IS a great
economlst and soclologlst w1th a chaxr 1n Harvard Umverslty Russell
Holmstem IS an explorer travelmg far 1n search of unknown lands
Mlldred Dewltt IS a mlsslonary to far off Ind1a Allce Chaplm IS a book
keeper at a local bank M11dred Mullet IS a motor malzl Gladys and Ruth
Townsley are her mechamcs Dean Spencer IS a great Jockey who has
Just won the famous Kentucky Derby w1th hls horse Wlffen Poofs
Emerson Trunzler IS a great geologlst huntlng the world over for the
rock of ages
In passlng down State Street 1n Ch1C8g0 I am attracted by a large
crowd on a corner I stop to satlsfy my cur1os1ty when lo and be
hold' I dlscover that Thelma Reece and Ernestme Parker are the speak
ers They are leadlng a crusade agalnst those obnoxlous hablts of gum
chewlng and clgarette smoklng As I pass further down the street I
meet Elsle Naylor who IS the flrst lady trafflc cop ln the world Before
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a news stand IS a large slgn announclng the latest book of table etiquette
by Cleta Kleck And 1n the suburbs of Ch1cago Mlldred Boggs Al ce
Spam and Margaret Ward have estabhshed a glrls semlnary where they
are telllng the younger generatlons how they were brought up when they
were lxttle glrls In the large pubhc hbrary of Ch1cago Una Galloway IS
the head llbrarlan Madge Bolton IS the h t of Broadway ln the Zlegfleld
I'o1l1es As I board a str et car for the great amusement pa k I meet
V1da Moody who 1S a conductor whlle Vera Casement 1S the motor woman
of the same car At the amusement park whom should I meet but Marle
Iancaster as the world s greatest mlnd reader and fortune teller As I
pass through Llncoln s park I come upon a large slght seemg bus wlth
Dundlne York as the gulde showmg the v1s1tors the wonderful scenes m
the park Whlle 1n the park I meet Gladys McEwen who IS a governess ln
the house of a wealthy Chlcago famlly JGSSIG Drennen and Vxola Con
nelly are now wlth the Rngllng' Bros C1rcus as Wlld ammal tramer
Irma Ingels IS the pr1nc1pal of the Second Ward School 1n Arkansas Clty
Leona Ryman IS a great llterary cr1t1c wxth her off ces at Captam
Blllle Whlz Bang Pub11sh1ng Company
Now the scenes fade and the goddess beckons me to leave So 1f the
scenes as shown ln the m1rror of the future do not please you, blame lt
not on me but lay all the faults on the goddess of the Future
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Student Council 4, President of Class
GERALD SPOHN College
Basketball 2 3 4 Inter Class Track 2
3 H1Y 2 3 4 Vice Presldent 4 Let
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Glee Club23 4 Qualtet 3 Student
Councxl 4 Public Speaking Play 2 Op
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Contest 2 3
HOWARD BRATCHES General
Glee Club 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4
Captain 3 4 Football 3 4 Presldent of
Class 1 2 Secretary of Class 4 An
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Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 45 Bible Study 3, 4,
Glee Club 2, 3, Chorus 2, 3.
Football 43 Track 2, 3, 41 Letter 3, 4.
PEGGY G. SWINDLE-General.
Ark Light Staff 43 Y. W. C. A. 4g Bible
GOUGH W. DAVIS-College.
Football 45 Track 4g A. C. Diplomats 45
Ark Light Staff 43 Inter-Class Basket-
Y. W. C. A.
Basketball 2, 3, 4g Football 2, 3, 4g Cap-
tain 4g Track 2, 3, 4, Inter-Class 2, 3,
43 Inter-Class Basketball 2, 3, 43 Glee
Club 2, 3, 43 Mixed Chorus 2, 35 Hi-Y 2,
3, 45 Bible Study 4, Vice President of
Junior Class 3,
Bible Class 25 Chorus 2, Glee Club 25
U. Y. B, 33 Y. W. C. A. 3, 43 Sigma
Al MOND BYRNE General
GLADYS MCLWLN V01 m ll
Glee Club 2 3 Y W C A Bible
JOHN D GAMBLE College
Junior Play 3 Clee Club 2 3 President
Student Council 4 HiY 3 4 Public
Speaking Play 4 Ch er Leader 4 Op
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IHMA INGELS lNo11nal
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WATSON M IJVLKFX tollege
MADCE BOL'l0lN Gelleldl
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L I I NIN BROWN Genet ll
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I4 I blF NAYLOR COIHIIIGILIHI
X W C A 4 Glee Club 3 Chorus 3
Blble Study 2
FRANK E. BROWN-General
FRANK DAVIS College
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COURTLAND WEST College
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VIDA C MOODY Commexclal
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ALOINIO WII 50N College
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Llght Staff 4
Fl!lNl'STINE PARKER College
Y W C A 2 Glee Club 2 Oxchestm 2
ROBERT BAXS College
DLRNE LIINNLN Commerclal
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Glee Club 3, 45 Chorus 35 Operetta 45
Y. W. C. A. 3, 45 Reading Contest 3:
Public Speaking Play 35 Citizenship
Club 45 Bible Class 4.
Football 2. 3, 45 Track 3. 45 Hi-Y 3, 4:
Letter Club 3, 45 Band 25 A. C. Diplo-
mats 45 Student Council 43 Athletic
Council 45 Public Speaking Play 45
BEULAH B. SCOTT-Connnercial.
Y. W. C. A. 2. 3, 45 Spanish Club 21
Mirror Staff 45 Walnut Valley Type-
yvdriting Contest 4,-
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Inter-Class Track 2, 3.
EDNA LORRAINE ROGERS-Commercial.
Y. W. C. A. 3.
Glee Club 3, 45 Chorus 3, Music Con-
cert 35 Operetta 43 Junior Class Play 35
Y. W. C. A. 3, 43 Cabinet 43 Citizenship
Glee Club 3, 4g Chorus 33 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4.
Vl RGINIA CAMPBELL-Commercial.
Y. W. C. A. 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 33 Chorus
2, 33 Walnut Valley Typewriting Con
test 3, 4, State Typewriting Contest 3:
Inter-School Typewriting Contest 4:
Annual Staff 4. F
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3, Glee Club 33 Spanish Club 2, 4.
Y W C. A. 2, 35 Chorus 2, 3, Glee Club
2, 3, 4, Junior College Quartet 4, Oper-
etta. 45 Bible Class 2, 35 Concert 2, 35
Walnut Valley Typewriting Contest 4.
FELMA F. MAY-Col lege.
Spanish Club 43 Y. W. C. A. 3, 43 Glee
Club 3, 43 Chorus 33 Operetta 43 Citi-
zenship Club 43 Quartet 3, 43 Annual
Staff 43 Music Concert 33 Walnut Val-
ley Typewriting Contest 3.
EDWARD W. LAMB-General.
Track 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Debate 43 Glee
Club 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Debate
DOROTHY TAULBEE Commercial
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VIRGINIA SPENCER College
Y W C A 2 3 4 Buble Study 4 Glee
Club 3 Chorus 3 Public Speaking Play
3 Senior Play 4
Al WIN EATON General
Track 2 3 Annual Staff 4 Student
MILDRED DeWIT'I' Normal
Glee Club 2 Chorus 2 3 Bible Claq
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X W C A '2 4 C'1b1net 4 Senlor Plfty
4 U Y B Bible Class 'I Slgma Beta
Bible Class 4 CltlZ6llShlp 4
Cl IFFORD PARIS General
Intex Class Track 'I 4 Cholus 3
MYRTLE GRANTHAM College
W C A 2 'I 4 B1bleC1ass2 U
B Buble Class 3 Slgma Beta Blble
ETHFL KANT7ER Commercial
Y W C A 2 3 4 Blble Study 2
MARVIN R WELLS College
Illtill Class Basketball 7 3 Inter Class
Frtck 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Chorus
MII DRED MUI LET College and Normal
Y W C A 2 3 4 Blble Study 2 Glee
Llub 4 Quartet 4
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HELEN KING-College and Normal.
Glee Club 23 Y. W. C. A. 3, 43 Cabinet 4.
HAROLD G. LEWIS-College.
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Basket-
ball 43 Tennis 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 President
Hi-Y 43 Student Council 43 Senior Play
BLANCHE E. DARBY-College.
Bible Study 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. 3. 43 Pres-
ident Y. W. C. A. 43 Citizenship Club 43
Reading Contest 4.
LEE E. CIRCLE-College.
Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Inter-Class Basketball 2.
Y. W. C. A. 43 Bible Study 33 Ark Light
Staff 43 Glee Club 2.
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Glee Club Fhoruq 2 Y W C A 2 4
Blblv CII-N 3
SAMUI-I E BROWN College'
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VH IARD MONFRII F College
HATTII1 HUTK HIlNb College
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Glee Club 4 Se-mm Play 4 Pnesuleut
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VERA CASFMENT Genelal
Class 4 Chorus 3
AWRENCE SEX FFR General
Seulol Play 4
ALP ENE KLINK College
Y W CA 4 Blbleflxss
BOWLING W LESTER Agxlcultulo
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RFITH QCOTT College
RUBN SPICKILIMIRF College
W 'S Chor 3 lVlll91C
Concert 2 2 Walnut Valley Typewut
mg tuntebt 'fl Spanish 4 Opelettt 4
Accompambt fm Boyq Glee Club 4
MARY lt QUADP College
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Football 5 4 Intex Class B'tsketb1l1 4
ublm Speaklug Play 4 H1 Y 4
ININAI RICF Geuelal
SBIIIOI' Class Play 4 Blble Class 4 Y
W C A 4 SD1llllQl'l Club 4 Cltlzenshlp
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MARTHA BECKl+1R c0llegv.
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Hi-Y 3, 45 Inter-Class Track 2, 45 111101
Class livasketbull IZ, 3.
Club 23 Chorus 21 Senior Play 4.
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Class President 15 Hi-Y 3, 45 Student ffl
Council 43 Bible Class 45 Editor of Mir- A
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Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4g Glee Club 2, 45 V'
Chorus 2, 3, Operetta 4, Spanish Club
Class Vice President 15 Junior Play 33
Cheer Leader 33 Debate 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 45 '
Annual Staff 4, Southwestern Oratory ,
Y. W. C A. 2, 3, 43 Glee Club 3, Chorus
23 Junior Play 3.
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ALICE CHAPLIN Commercxal
Y VV CA234 B1bleStuy
FM ORY HANSON Agrlculture
Football 3 4 Glee Club 4 Hi Y 3 Let
ter Club 3 4 Student Councll 4 Opel
FREEMAN AMES General
Inter Class Track 2 4 Inter Class Bas
ketball 3 4 H1 Y 4
KATHRYN ALEXANDER General
Y W C A 2 4 Glee Club 3 Chorus
2 3 Ark Ilght Staff 4
EUGENE WIMPEY General
Football 3 4 Tlack 1 2 Captain 2
Intel Class Track I 4 Intel Class Bas
ke ball 1 2 3 Glee Club 2 H1 Y 2 3
VIARGARET WARD College
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Glee Club 3 4 Cholus 3 Publlc Speak
1ng Play 4 Football 4 Inter Class
Basketball 3 H1 Y 3 4 Opeletta 4
THELMA FIERCE Commelclal
Y W C A 2 3 4 Annual Stflff 4 Wal
nut Valley Typewrlting Contest 4 Bible
Study 4 Chorus 1 2 Glee Club 2
CATHERINE TURNBR Genelal
Chorus 3 Blble Study 2 4 Y W A
Inter Class Basketball 3 4 Inter Class
Track 2 3 Class Play 3 4 Pu llc
Speakmg Play 3 Student Councll 4
Class Plophecy 4
VIOI A C. CONNELLY-College.
Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 45 Bille Study 3, 4.
Track 2, 35 Glee Club 2, 35 Chorus 2, 35
Hi-Y 45 Student Council 45 Agriculture
Club 45 A. C. Diplomats 4.
Chorus 35 Y. W. C A 3, 45 Bible Study
CLETA H. KECK-Normal, College.
Glee Club 25 Chorus 2.
Track 2, 3, 45 Evible Study 4.
THELMA M. REECE -Normal.
Glee Club 25 Chorus 25 Bible Study 4.
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NCE upon a time on a beautiful September mormng a group of stu
dents scurrled along the streets to the J unlor High School Ascendmg
the steps they reached the inner office and enrolled as thlrd year people
but went under the more common name Freshmen Another group of the
supposedly more highly educated class seemed to thlnk It proper that
Freshles should go through the performances established by precedent ln
the school Accordingly a number of the boys suffered loss of pompa
dours and numerous other artlcles of decoratlon but the law took the of
fenders 1n hand and they contmued the1r pursu1t of happmess and know
They enjoyed several soclal functions during the year
For those who had possessed the presence of mmd and for some who
They then partook of a vacatxon that seemed endless but at last
the time came and they were admltted 1nt0 the Senior Hlgh School to ex
plore the great unknown They dlscovered unheard of problems in geom
etry compositions 1n English and other difficultles that seemed like
mountains to the1r innocent and unsuspectlng class
They learned how to take care of themselves after dark and thought
that a great deal of worry was taken from the1r mothers The upper
classmen taught them valuable lessons on sklpplng crammlng and how to
get grades with the least amount of study
By their J umor year they had developed a remarkable class of clever
students with a few exceptlons who were Just able to keep the pace Their
Jun1orSen1or receptlon was a grand affair and they expect lt to llve
through the ages as one of the great landmarks of their careers
When the spring examinations came many a student walked to school
wlth a heart heavy and a brow wrinkled for the time had come for the
test of that lndlvldual to see if he and all the rest of the J umors could long
endure the dlgnity required of the next year Senlors
All but a few stragglers proved equal to the task and many hearts
beat wildly when the final report cards were issued The last year of
their hlgh school career began ln one of the most magmflcent high school
buildings ln the state and they felt It their duty to the commumty to set
a high standard for the classes that w1l1 graduate 1n the future As their
last few weeks are passlng they feel that their task has been accomplish
ed to no small degree They are proud to be the flrst class to graduate
from the new Senior Hlgh School out 1nto the work which the world holds
for them to do Although they must soon part and many of them may
never return they have ln the1r annual the reflection of every member of
their class that has thus far so nobly advanced So although they may
be gone never w1ll they be forgotten
Heres to you old A C
May you live a thousand years
May we a thousand too
Yes a thousand less a day
For we could not bear to be on earth
And hear you had passed away
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JUNICDR CLASS HISTORY
As I Slt 1n the study hall trylng to pass the hours away a v1s1on comes
before me I see a plcture of students from the ward schools entermg the
Sr venth grade Next I see the same group of people hsted 1n Mr Funk s
offlce as belng 1n the elghth grade As the v1s1ons pass one by one be
fule my eyes I behold one labeled 1921 It IS the same group as I saw
enterlng the seventh grade All the members have grown untll they are
no longer chlldren I see them organlz ng the1r group 1nto a class Wlth
thelr offlcers at lts head On the blackboard standlng on the rostrum of
the chapel are dlmly wr1tt n the names of the off1cers Russell Holm
stem presldent Earle Wrlght VICE presldent Florence Ormlston secre
tary and Harold Lew s treasurer In the next sc ne I see th s group who
ale called freshmen by the Sages of the Senlor Hlgh School gathermg at
several dlfferent soclal funct1ons
The scene changes to the Semor Hlgh School 1n 1922 Thls year they
are called Sophomores They elect Hayward Marsh nresldent Margaret
Pothfus vlce presldent and Nell Watson secretary treasurer So far
most of the members have passed the great barrlers that attempt to pre
vent them from reachlng fame and fortune 1n l1fe Under the guardmg
hands ot MISS Waddell MISS F1tCh and Mr Urhlaub the class enjoyed a
xery successful soclal season
The scenes of the past have faded from my V1eW I behold a v1s1on of
surprlsmg clearness of the sam group They are no longer called Sopho
mores but are called the d1gn1f ed name of J unlors Robert Kroenert IS
presldent George Stanley v1ce presldent and Geraldlne Beck secretary
txeasurer The sponsors are Mr Koontz of 1922 Junlor Senxor receptlon
tame MISS Orelup Mlss Sleeth and Mlss Fltch W1th such and efflclent
group of sponsors the class of 1924 should reach the hlghest polnt of fame
The soclal act1v1t1es of the class th1s year mcludes a backward
party glven last fall They are now concentratmg all thelr energy on
the Jumor Senlor receptlon that It may urpass any soclal functxon ever
glven IH the Hlgh School of O'd A C
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Andrews, El-lena Drumfgould, Agnes Longshore, Delbert Schafer, Lewis
Anstine, Garold Dymond, Eleanora Lucas, Raymond Schellenberg, Helen
Ayres, Aenid Edgerton, Charles Lytal, Clara Scott, Raymond
Awalt, .Tack Eggers, Florence Mclver, Ernest Shannon, Dwight
Beahm, Alfberta Elliott, Forest McMahon, Lester Shehan, Mable
Beck, Geraldine Endicott, Hormer McMichael, Robert Shilling, Ila
Becker, Grace Engls, Clifton Marsh, Hayward Short, Vada
Beery, John Ferguson, Thelma Marshall, Jewell Skidmore, Harold
Bibee, De Von Ferguson, Leslie Mathews, Edward Slalter, Levia
Birdzell, Erma Fitzgerald, Forest Means, Berkey Smith, Lorenz
Bishop, Helen Fouts, Ralph Merris, Fern Smith, Ted
Blass, Zet-ta Franklin, Quinftilla i Miles, Florence Smith, Vernon
Bowman, Mable Free-l, Pearl Miller, Lula Slpe-ars, Leo
Bowman, Ruth Hammond, Edwin Miller, Chas. Spencer, Jack
Branine, James Hardy, Martin Moody, Verna Spradl-ing, Agnes
Brewer, Velma Harwell, Melissa Moorish, Hazel Stan-ley, George
Bri'cker, Grace Hawkins, Gladys Mosier, Muriel Stevenson, Carol
Brooks, Faye Hauight, Virginia Mus-son, Elsie Stoner,,Louise'
Brown, Mary Higham, Helen Musson, Ruth Tedfford, Opal
Brown, Ralph Hight, Blanche Myers, Ni-les A - Thompson, .Iohn
Cann, Florence Hud.son, Beatrice Nimmo, Ruth Thornburg, Florence
Carney, Hazel Hunt, Glenn O'Del1, Leonard Tinsley, Boyd
Carfuthers, Jacob Hunt, Walter Olson, Gladys Townsley, Leona
Carvel, Rosella Hyatt, Neva Ormiston, Florence Trunzler, Vera
Chapman, Pansy Johnson, Demafude Panlcake, Claude Veach, Herman
Chapman, Lester Johnson, Genevieve Parks, Erma Vickery, Grace
Cook, Edith Jordan, Nerwell Parks, Bertha Wahlenmaier, Gladys
Cox, Blanche Kiwcade, Leona Parman, Robert . Waldschmidt, Wade
Coyle, Leana King, Dwight Patten, Ava Warren, Dorothy
Crabtree, Wayne Kinvg, Ernest Payden, Anna Watson, Neil
Curtis, Maude Kirkpatrick, Alice Peden, Verna Watson, Audie
Dannenfelser, Clarence Klink, Velda Pierson, Mellba Watson, Robert
Davis, Marjorie Knight, Leola Purdy, Grace Wen-tworth, Charles
Day, Doris Koerting, Forest Rlarilck, J. C. Wentworth, Clifton
Day, Si-byl Kohlt-eck, Dorothy Richards, Archie West, Constance
Day, Dalpha Kroenert, Robert Rollins, Eva White, Merle
Deist, Helen Lemert, Ella Rothfus, Margaret Willson, Donald
DeMott, Margery Lemmon, Verda Rutter, Dorothy W00dv Kenneth
Derr, Florence Lester, Brice Rayman, Laura York, Irene .
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Vlce Presldent Sec y Tleasurel Presldent
The Sophomore Class IS a class of servlce
Four of our boys were real football players flve others were person
ally mterested 1n the game to the extent that they practlced falthfully
and are good players FIVE boys have been strong basketball players and
eleven are track candldates
Our class IS not a class of boys nor of athletes alone At least flve
boys and glrls are Penc1l Pushers some are 1n the Span1sh Club one
glrl IS 1n the Cltlzenshlp Club and the student councll clalms two of our
gxrls and one boy The glrls and boys glee clubs and the orchestra would
be serlously handlcapped wlthout the sophomores Th1S partlally accounts
for the soclal act1v1t1es of the class of 25
The spmtual Slde of the class IS strong as IS evldenced by the mem
bershlp 1n the H1 Y and Y W C A organ1zat1ons Some twenty glrls
are m the Y W Blble class and several boys are ln the H1 Y Blble class
Xlorma Day a sophomore leads the slngmg ln the Y W meet1ngs and lS
also a member of the Y W Cab1net
The scholastlc lnterest of the sophomores IS evldenced by the class
loom work ln all klnds of studles offered to sophomores The debate
work has attracted a goodly number both 1n the lnter scholastlc work and
ln the recently organlzed debate clubs Oratory has clalmed one read
mg four extempore one
We hope to have rendered SBPVICG to our classmates and to the school
ln general and we appreclate the opportunlty for this SCTVICE
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When the call for candldates was lssued thlrty boys came from the1r
vacatlon and started work at camp a week before school opened
There were nlne letter men back some W1th two and three years ex
perlence They were Sm th Kroenert Coyle Mlller Henson Bratches
Branme Lucas and Templar From the1r number they had chosen for
captaln Floyd Chunky Smlth veteran of three years and hero of many
g11d1ron battles The team was ably lead by hlm throughout the season
Besxdes the letter men there was plenty of good mater1al whlch came
from the ranks of last year s second and J unlor Hlgh teams
The week at camp was spent rehearsmg the fundamentals of foot
ball and 1n becommg acquamted wlth the old p1gsk1n The team was de
veloped rapldly and soon after school opened A C plunged 1nto the sea
on full t1lt
The season opened well W1th the capture of the flrst game from
'xnthony w1th a score of 33 to 0
Our next game Wlth Ponca was a thrlller from the start to f1n1sh It
was very rough and many cr1t1cs belleved It to be the hardest fought of
any game played on the local f eld The fmal score stood 17 to 7
We d1d not fare so well wlth W1ch1ta who used the aerlal game wlth
such remarkable ab1l1ty that they won the game 26 to O
Our team traveled north to meet Hutchmson the fastest team ln
the state Hutchmson defeated all the leadlng teams 1n the state and we
were not an exceptlon They ran up 55 po nts whlle we made none Thxs
was a severe blow to the morale of our team and we came home dlsheart
er-ed and wlth our pep readlng close to zero
The followlng week another game was lost to Douglas but because
Douglas plaved 1nel1g1ble men they forfelted the game to us at the end of
The team was badly 1n need of some Splrlt and the bus1ness men
came forward and gave us the requlred article W1th thelr support we
played a game agalnst Wellmgton that exceeded the fondest hopes of any
of the fans Our anclent enemles were overwhelmed 42 to 9
The next team on our 11st was the ra1lroaders from Newton The
home team had fully developed 1ts old f1ght and pep and was determmed to
um the last battle to be played on the home fleld The game was played
on a muddy fleld and ra1n fell at frequent lntervals Although our backs
were greatly handlcapped by the slow fleld they succeeded m carrylng
over four touchdowns The fmal score bemg 27 to O 1n favor of A C
The followmg week we expected an easy vlctory but Augusta came
1nto the game w1th a world of f1ght whlle our team seemed unable to hut
1ts strlde However we showed a few bursts of speed and won the game
7 to 6
Then the day came whlch we had been lookmg forward to all season
Before a crowd of nearly flV6 thousand followers of the game we met
our rxvals at the county seat All dope flgllrlflg and players as well were
upset by Wmfleld the score was not brought home
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COACH ERNST UHRLAUBYK. U.
"Dutch" was a favorite among the
boys on the team, in fact he was
one of us. He learned his athlet-
ics at K. U. and gave to us the best
he had as coach. We should re-
member "Dutch's" motto through-
out our lives-"All I want is sixty
minutes of fight and the score can
take care of itself!
CAPTAIN - ELECT R 0 B E R T
KROENERT - Second year,
weight 160, quarterback.
"Bobby," the youngest man on the
team, piloted it well in all the
games. His coolness when the
fight was hottest gave us con-
fidence in him. This combined
with wonderful ability as a broken
field runner and good sportsman-
ship won him the captaincy of next
CAPTAIN FLOYD SMITH-Fourth
year, weight 185 pounds, end.
"Chunky" has played four years
for A. C. H, S. Although the
heaviest man on the team, he play-
ed a remarkable fast game at end.
He lead the team well and brought
the crowd to its feet time and
again by catching many sensational
passes. His brilliant playing won
him recognition throughout this
part of the state.
EDWARD COYLE-Second year
weight 140 pounds end.
Inddie was the lightest man on
the team but to make up for this
he was the hardest tackling man in
the line-up. He always went down
under punts and never failed to
keep outside the enemys inter-
ference. Eddie has two years yet
HOWARD E-RATCHES - Second
year, weight 145 pounds, half-
"Britches" is a man who always
played his best around end,
through the line, making passes or
receiving them. He made every
play count. Through graduation
we lose one of the scrappiest half-
backs that ever lugged a pigskin.
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DELBERT KAHLER-First year,
weight 175 pounds, guard.
"Pat" could play guard or tackle
with equal ability, Standing six
feet four, the enemy had no chance
of going over him, much less
around him. Pat has two more
years with A. C.
DEAN SPENCER --First year,
weight 140 pounds, full-lack.
"Spence" played above par at all
times for a man of his weight, A
full-back is seldom found who
could back up a line like Dean.
Unfortunately we lose him through
LILROY BRANIINL Second yea:
welght 170 pounds center
Jimmy always played a cool
steady game at the pxvot positxon
An 1nJury early ln the season
caused h1m to te out for several
games but he came back wlth the
old flght and dld some remarka
ble playlng befole the season end
Jlmmy has anothel yeal to
play wlth A C
IPSTER CHAPMAN P st y '11
welght 145 pounds halt back
Chappy IS the sort ot football
player we 1e1d about ln books a
hard hlttmg clean player whose
clever Slde steppmg and plvotmg
helped to make hun a spectacultr
broken fleld runnex We expect
great things flom h1n1 next yeal
Welght 175 pounds guald
Challey was .1 blg mal lll the A
C l1ne He blocked more punts
and d1d more spectlcular tackling
than any nan ou the team
w1ll le back next vear to put fear
mto the heaxts of the opposlng
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FMORY HANSONI Second yen
weight 170 pounds tackle
Blg Swede x s a towel f
stlength on oul sule Startmg thc
season at guard hw strength and
ablllty to Judge the opponent
plays won hlm a tackle posxtun
where he slmplv mowed down the
enemys offense and tme holes 1n
the1r lmes The only regret we
have IS that he graduates thls year
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y e a r , weight 175 p-ounds.
"Temp" played tackle on the left
side of the line and was an invinci-
ble stone in a solid wall. He will
be remembered by all for having
an indominable fighting spirit that
helped to bring home many victor-
ies for old A. C. "Temp" is among
those who are leaving this year.
RAYMOND LUCAS-Second year,
weight 155 pounds, guard.
"Deek" was rather light for a line-
man but he could show a big op-
ponent several things about open-
ing holes and breaking through.
He usually hit all opposing back
field men once, and afterpthat it
was unnecessary to worry about
this said back making any gains
for the enemy.
ERNEST HUSTON-First vear.
weight 165 pounds, half-back.
"Huck" played his first year for
the purple .md gold and proved to
be our best punter and line smash-
er. He started the season in the
line but his splendid play on line
plunging and off tackle bucks took
him to the backfield. "Huck" has
two years yet to play and by the
time he is a Senior, nothing short
of a stone wall will stop him.
R 0 B E R T McMICHAl'lL,-First
year, weight 165 pounds. cen-
"Mac" played any position in the
line with the same fight that won
him the name of "Fighting Mac."
Though usually at center, he play-
ed a whirlwinal game at tackle or
end. With one more year to go,
Mac will land a regular job on the
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Thls Poem IS Dedlcated
Twenty two brave warrlors
Battled on the fleld
Eleven of whom wore Purple and Gold
And thelr Jaws were set l1ke steel
The ball was ln old Wmfleld s hands
Just ten yards from the goal
Our boys were fighting bravely on
For records as of old
The ball snapped Wmfleld charged
But falled to make advance
Fourth Down' the umplre loudly called
W1nf1eld has lost her chance
The ball was now 1l'l A C s hands
Her men all set to charge
We galned full flfty yards
The referee called Flrst and ten
How A C rooters smlledl
Another charge the warr1ors made
And ended 1n a p1le
Agaln aga n the Warrlors plunged
And each tlme made a gam
Slowly toward the goal they worked
The r strength was not 1n va1n
Two mlnutes left ten yards to make
No rooter dared to speak
From out that mass of flghtlng men
There flashed a purple streak
The crowd went w1ld and loud the shouts
And CFIBS of vlctory
The only touchdown of the game
Was made by old A C
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1 1 1 L. A. C. xs I fa 1 51
1 L6 A. C. vs f 51
1' L A. C. vs .' j 51
. . 1 5 . C. vs ' ' 55
. 1 1 12 . C. xs 42
' 1 . . C. vs ' 34
. ' ' . C. vs ' ' 10
I 1 ' ' 27 . C. VS ' 231
1 9 2 . C. vs 25
' ' 3 . C. XS ' . 34
I 9 . . C. vs ' " 30
' " 1 2 16 . C. VS I" ' S30
I "1 ' 2? . C. VS ' 312
I +'1 2 1 24 . C. vs " 2 51
2 II . C. vs 1 ' .1 34
z 1 10 . C. vs I' ' 12
z ' 10 . C. vs ' 25
1 ' 1 16 . C. Vs 1 137
L1 2 ' 17 . C. vs " .1 . Q 19
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'J 2 ' 213 . C. Vs I j , 1' 00
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A super basketball team was expected ln A C thls season and our
hopes were not dlsappomted Last year s entlre flrst f1V6 were agaln m
suxt and were ready to l1ve up to thelr reputatlon of the flghtmgest team
ln the Valley Howard Bratches was re elected captam and Spohn Smlth
kroenert and Allen along w1th last vear s J umor Hlgh stars launched out
lnto what promlsed to be a successful season
In three pre season games Cherryvale Ponca Clty and Oklahoma Clty
were defeated by enormous scores
Wmfleld was the flrst Ark Valley team A C met A C swamped
them wlth thelr br1ll1ant offenslve playmg and nearly trebled the score
and Spohn set a new hlgh score record for the Valley
Dur1ng the followmg games the playlng of the team was at tlmes
erratlc the fastest play1ng the Valley has ever seen was exhxblted at
tlmes whlle occaslonally the sp1r1t seemed to be flowmg at a low ebb
The team won all but one game of the season on the home court at that
tlme Hutchmson carrled home the honor The games lost on forelgn
courts were to Hutchmson Wmfleld and W1ch1ta One of the fastest
games of the season was played wlth Newton when the A C f1ght1ng
splrlt won the game ln the last few mmutes of play Newton s record of
havlng won every game for three successlve seasons was broken
The Ark Valley schedule ended wlth A C standmg th1rd ln the
In the State Tournament at Lawrence the boys were el1m1nated by
the wmners of the tournament after leading for three quarters
The followmg Week the team went to the MISSOUYI Valley Tourna
ment at Manhattan and brought home the champ1onsh1p by dlsplaymg
the best brand of basketball they had played all season
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"Britt-hes" was the scrappiest
guard in the valley and one of the
best offensive men on the team. To
hold an opposing forward score-
less was not an unusual achieve-
ment for Howard, in fact he made
us expect it of him.
GERALD SPOHN - Second year.
"Jelly" was our high point man.
This lanky fellow was the class of
the Ark Valley at center and was
placed on the mythical five. He
was a good floor-man. an excellent
shot at free throws. and a good all-
around man in all departments of
ROBERT KROENERT 4- Second
year, forward. '24.
"Bobby" was full of fight from the
time the game started until it was
over. He employed the pivot and
side-step to such an extent that
many guards considered him the
cleverest forward they had ever
ROY ALLEN -Captain-elect, sec-
ond year. forward, '24,
Allen played a steady game at for
ward all season, although seldom
scoring many points. His teamwork
and excellent floor-work made l1im
one of the most valuable men. He
is a clean, fast player and can
lead the boys through another
F L O Y D SMITH Thlrd year
Chunky played all over the floor
all the tlme He could break u
opponents passes almost at w1ll
and gettlng the ball off the back
bO'1ld seemed to be hls hobby
LESTER CHAPMAIN Fzrst yeal
Chappy was a dependable for
ward who played a game that
caused many 1 thnll to pass
through the spectxtors He IS an
FRNEST HOUSTONI Fnst year
Huck was second to none among
the guards He played a steady
game at elthex guard Ol center and
nevt year 1 legular berth will be
m l1ne for hllll
HAROLD LEWIS flrst year or
LGWIS was another small man
who made up for slze with h1s
speed and acculate goal Sll00tlIlg
Thus IS Harolds last yeax
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The season of 1923 opened wlth prospects of a well balanced team that
could rank well In any meet
A new track was constructed on the athletlc fleld It 18 a fourth of
a mlle oval track w1th a 120 yard clnder surfaced stralghtway
A number of meets have be n scheduled and several of them have been
In the lnter class meet the Sophomores nosed out the Semors while the
Tumors and Freshmen tra1led far behlnd
The Sophs were strong 1n the sprmts and hurdles and the Semors
excelled 1n the welghts and Jumps
The flrst lnter scholast1c meet was held on the local fleld between
Wellmgton Wlnfleld and A C It was almost a dual meet between A C
and Wlnfleld as Wellmgton d1d not show up well 1n any event A C nosed
Vlflllfleld out and Won the meet by four pomts
The next was an 1nv1tat1on meet at South Haven Several fast teams
were entered and several state records were equaled We took fourth
place In th1s meet
The followlng week a dual meet between A C and Wlchlta was held
on the local fleld and the locals completely outclassed thelr rxvals and
doubled the total of pomts on them
We then went to the relay meet whlch was held at Lawrence for all
the schools 1n the surroundlng states The fastest teams ln the MISSOUFI
Xalley attended and our boys made an excellent showlng maklng 10W
pomts whlle the wmner of the meet totaled only 16 Chapman Duncan
and Spohn were our pomt wlnners
Several more fast meets are to be held throughout the state and our
tcam expects to attend the maJor1ty of them The most lmportant meets
are theI H S M held at W1nf1e1d the A V I meet held at W1ch1ta the
State meet held at Emporla and the State Inv1tat1on meet at Lawrence
lf our team contmues 1ts good performance It undoubtedly wxll make
a good mark ln all of these meets The men who are showing up the best
th1s season are Captaln Chapman IH the dashes Duncan ln the hurdles
dashes and broad Jump Spohn ln the pole vault and hlgh 1ump Smlth ln
the welght events and Lamb 1n the dlstance wlns All are graduatmg ex
cept Duncan whlch glV6S next year a rather dreary outlook but lt w1ll be
overcome perhaps by those who were not qulte good enough this season
and by some of th1s year s Jumor Hlgh men
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The Jumor Hlgh School athletes have enjoyed a very successful sea
son this year ln v ew of the fact there were so many handlcaps at the
start of the season
Coach Wynne deserves much crednt for the success of the J umor Hlgh
Athletlcs As thlS was h1s flrst year as coach 1n Arkansas Clty he had
to learn h1Qmater1al whlch takes t1me His football materlal was made
up mostly of new men for most of last year s team are now m Senlor Hlgh
The football team won 2 games lost 4 and tled 1 They scored 113
pomts durmg the season to 57 pomts made by thelr opponents This goes
to show that the team was good on offense but poor on defense
The same can be Sald of the basketball team as that of the football
team The team was made up of green men They won 6 games lost 7
games But thls does not ll'ld1C8.t6 thelr opponents were better teams for
the total pomts made was 205 to the1r opponents 193
The prospects for a good track team thls year were very brlght as
some prom1s1ng materlal showed up The Jumor Hlgh School was repre-
sented ln the O K League Track Meet held at Wlnfleld
Wlth many of thelr experlenced men back next year the outlook for
next season IS very prom1s1ng It IS from the Jumor Hlgh men who have
graduated 1nto the Senlor Hlgh that the Hlgh School Athletic teams are
Many tlmes the fallure of a school from an athletlc pomt of vlew IS
caused by the lack of co operatlon of the student body w1th the coach If
the student body of J umor Hlgh School w1ll get back of the coach and the
teams and g1Ve them thelr utmost support the 1923 season will be on a
parallel w1th all other members of the 0 K League
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Nlckols Ray fCapta1nJ Qua1ter
Kahler Walter Left Half
Thompson MWIOH Rlght Half
Chaphn Lee Full Back
Smlth Wellman Left End
Turn1pseed Clenn Left Tackle
Hannah Hollls Left Guard
Campbell James Center
Tulnlpseed Roy Rlght End
WISE Hubert Rxght Guard
W1lSOH Dore End and Tackle
Jones Frank End
Tappon Lowell End
Congdon Ned Quarter and End
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Turnipseed, Roy fCapt.J,1-Center
Turnipseed, Glenn,1..,Right Guard
Kahler, Walter ,.. ... Left Guard
Wilson, Dore -. ... Left Forward
January 5 'A. C.
January 12 LA. C.
January 19 A. C.
January 26 A. C.
January 27 A. C.
February 2 A. C.
February 9 IA. C.
February 17 A. C.
February 24 V A. C.
March 23 A. C.
lVlarrh 9 A. C.
March 18 A. C.
Thompson lVIyron-Right Forward
Smith Wellman .... Left Forward
Wise, Hubert CC..... Right Guard
Pyers, George ..... Right Forward
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l lackwell 27-11
, 'ellington 16-18
1' Ponca City 12-13
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The year of 1923 has been a successful one for the Y W C A In ev
ery way 1n upholdmg the threefold purpose To associate 1n personal
loyalty to Jesus Chrlst to promote Chrlstlan character 1n glrls and to
become a soclal force ln the world
In the weekly programs an attempt has been made to stress all
parts of the purpose Each member of the organ1zat1on has had an op
portumty to take part ln some meetlng Among our most lnterestlng
programs have been the Out door meetlng by whxch we welcomed new
members Hello Day the Ideal Boy and G1rl program the Popcorn
meetlng the C1t1zensh1p meetmg and one on Good Manners Several
good speakers have appeared ln our meetlngs Among these were Mlss
Puth Muskrat delegate to the World Sunday School Conference ln Chlna
and Mrs W1nf1eld Smlth Nat1onalD1rector of the Womens League of
The Splflt of serv1ce of thxs orgamzat1on IS proved by the gxft of flfty
dollars to the Catherme Vance fund for work 1n Chlna and the twenty
flV8 dollars g1ven to the Chrxstlan Umon Colleges of the Orlent Chnst
mas boxes were prepared for chlldren ln an Indlan MISSION School 1n New
The soclal affalrs of the year that have been especxally mterestlng
are The party g1ven for out of town g1rls the Semanthy Allen Poverty
Party the H1 Y Y W Party and the F1res1de Festlval
The popular1ty of the organlzatlon IS shown by the large membershlp
Seventy three per cent of the glrls of the school pledged themselves to up-
hold the purpose of the organlzatlon and the splendld way ln WhlCh they
have responded has made the Y W one of the most beneflcnal factors 1n
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Y W C A CABINET
Blanche Darby Presldent
Margal et Rothfus Vlce P1 esldent
Helen Hlgharn Secletary
Ahce Spain Treasurer
lV'ary Quade Soc1al
M lrlan Morgan Publlclty
Helen Klng Flnance
Edna Downlng Soclal Serv1ce
Lsthe1 Kuhns Program
SPONSORS MISS Waddell MISS Machm MISS Sleeth
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The H1 Y club played an lmportant part ln the l1fe and act1v1t1es of the
Senlor Hlgh School All quest1ons of 1nterest to the student body were
d1scussed ln the meetings such as the need of a student councll pep at
the football and basketball games
ThlS year the membershlp lncluded about seventy f1ve boys The
club elected Harold Lewls presldent Gerald Spohn VICE presldent to suc
Stanley treasurer The executlve commlttee cons1sted of Mr McCort
faculty supervlsor Mr Lane Y W C' A superv1sor Harold Lewls Rob
ert Kroenert Gerald Spohn Neal Watson George Stanley and Martm
The meetmgs were held 1n the d1n1ng room of the Methodlst church
every Thursday at SIX thlrty P M All members attendxng were charged
twenty flVe cents to pay for the food The meals were prepared by
the mothers of the boys 1n the H1 Y club
At most of the meetlngs buslness men were 1nv1ted to talk to the
boys about the preparatlons and tra1n1ng of the boy for h1s hfe work
The Arkansas C1ty H1 Y sent ten delegates to the Older Boys State
Conference at Manhattan Kansas December 1 2 3
The soc1a1 act1v1t1es of the H1 Y club conslsted of a party glven by
the boys and a Father and Son Banquet The purpose of th1s banquet
was to brmg the fathers and sons 1nto closer compan1onsh1p w1th each
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Gerald Spohn ....
Martin Hardy -
Robert Bays ......
Neal Watson ......
Devon Bibee ......
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-----.--Chairman of Poster Committee
-----Chairman of Membership Committee
--------Chairman of Social Committee
---Chairman of Program Committee
----Chairman of Outlook Committee
The rellglous hfe of the student body IS belng developed xn the Bible
It IS ln the Blble classes that the students are brought mto dlrect
study of the llfe of Jesus Chrlst and Hls teachmgs The Blble classes
conslst of three gurls classes and one boys class The glrls classes are
under the supervlslon of Mlss Sleeth Mlss Machln and Mlss Waddell In
Mlss Machms and Mxss Sleeth s classes the course of study IS The Llfe
ot Jesus In Mlss Waddell s class the course of study IS The Prophets
of Israel Mr McCort has charge of the boys class The course of
study IS The Prophet of Israel The classes are held once a week durmg
the flfth hour
Much credlt goes to MISS Waddell Mlss Machm Mlss Sleeth and Mr
McCort for then' work 1n brlflglllg the students of Senlor Hlgh School ln
to closer touch Wlth Jesus Chrlst and Hls teachmgs
classes, the Hi-Y and Y. W. C. A.
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MISS SLEETH'S BIBLE CLASS
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One of the blg events of the year was the organlzatlon of a student
councll m the Semor Hvgh School
The questlon of havlng a student councll was flrst brought up 1n the
H1 Y and Y W C A Clubs Both organlzatlons dlscussed the plan very
thoroughly Thelr declslon was unammous for the councll A Joxnt
commlttee was appolnted from the H1 Y and Y W C A to meet w1th the
lepresentatlves of the Facultv to lay the plans for the organlzatlon Thls
commlttee dec'ded that the Dresldent was to be elected from the school at
large but must be a member of the Senlor Class that each class was to
have three delegates elected by the members of classes the H1 Y Y W
C A Faculty to have two delegates and all other organlzatxons such as
Mirror Staff Ark Llght Staff Letter Club Agrlculture Club and Athletlc
Assoclatlon all have one member No member could represent two sep
The prlmary electlon was held the followlng week The nommees
were Howard Bratches Russell Holmsteln and John Gamble The flnal
electlon was held ln regular manner wlth prmted ballot John Gamble
was elected presldent
As soon as the electlon was over a meetlng was called and the councll
was set 1nto act1on A resolutlon commlttee was appolnted to draw up
the by laws and constltutlon Helen Klng was elected secretary but on
account of lllness was forced to reslgn Florence 0YmlSt0n was elected to
fill Helen s place
It was not long before the councll was called to fulflll the purpose for
whlch It was organlzed that IS to brlng closer co operatxon between the
Faculty and the student body 1n solvmg problems and promotmg act1v1t1es
of lnterest to the school as a whole The Councll met all 1ts problems w1th
a hlgh sp1r1t and set to work to remedy them Through 1ts hearty co op-
G1 atlon many d1ff1cult1es were solved to the best of satlsfactlon to all and
a good school Splrlt was promoted
The meetmgs are held every th1rd Thursday at twenty mmute bell of
the slxth hour and special meetlngs are called whenever there IS an occa
sion for one
The Councll has fulfllled the hlghest hopes of everyone
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H mold LOWIS
Plesnlellt John Gunble
M Il garet Rothfnn
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AGRICUI 'IURAI Cl UB
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ATHI ETIL ASQOLIATION
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Jewell Spruill ., H- W, ,, ,., , HWY - President
Ralph Fonts ,,,, , , .,,, f,f,, , ,, ,W ff,,,, Vice President
Rul y Spickelmirv, -, , , ,, . ,,,,,, ,,,.. S eC1'etz1ry and Treasurer
Irene York H, , ,..,,W, , ,,,,,. , .f,.,.,,ff,,f ,,-,Pre-sident
Mildred Pinion , ..,,Af,, ,,,,Vice President
Jewell Spruillw, ,.,f Secretary and Treasurer
The Las Chipas Club was organized this year for the purpose of creat-
ing a wider knowledge of the Spanish language.
The members of the Las Chipas Club are the students of Spanish in
the Senior High School.
The officers are elected every semester.
The meetings are held every second Thursday in Miss Kirk's room.
The meetings are carried on in Spanish to teach the members the prac-
tical use of the Spanish language. Miss Kirk, of the language department
is the faculty supervisor.
The Cltlvenshlp Club was orgfmwed by twentw Y W C A guls un
der the sponsorshlp of Mme Sleeth
l1eve 1 gul should be proud of the qchools whlch she attends and Qhould
so hxe that her school W1ll be proud of hel
The purpose of the club is very well expressed in their motto, "I be-
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The A C lettem club IS one of the outstandmg clubs IH the
school The members are boys who have won letters ln some major sport
The purpose of the club IS to br1ng the members of the dlfferent
teams 1nto closer relat1on to each other to promote cleaner sports and
to set a goal for wh1ch all athletes may strlve
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The always popular Bovs Glee Club was much IH demand thxs year
and lmmenselv enjoyed by the student body as well as by the town people
When the reporter mtervlewed Mr Feldman she was told that she mxght
run an Ad for tenors for next years organlzatlon so lf there are any
young Caruso s ava1lable for next year let them get busy The club was or
gxnlzed on the same b3S1S as the Glrls Glee Club and had a membershxp
of twenty four
The Llght Opera staged by the Muslc Department was not only a
success but a productlon that the part1c1pants enJoyed and appreclated
love to sing but how much better It IS when we slng and act Wlth It
The class m Harmony Muslcal Hlstory and Mus1cal Apprec1at1on was
a new addltlon to the muslc department Th1s class IS a great lmprove
ment 1n our department of mus1c An opportunlty IS glven to study
musxc and to appreclate lt from a mus1c1an s pomt of VIEW All enrolled 1n
Lhxs class have found the work most mterestmg and have shown the1r ap-
p1ec1at1on for the opportun1ty bv workmg hard
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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
Forty-four girls succeeded in making the Girls' Glee Club this year.
lt was a well-balanced organization of a Very high order. In addition to
their pleasing voices the girls proved their mental ability by mastering
some unusually difficult music. One of the chief elements entering into
their success was their spirit of enthusiasm in every phase of the club's
work throughout the entire year.
BAND AND GRCHESTRA
The members of the band were about as enthusiastic a group as the
school had this year. All were loyal to their post and attended rehearsals
which had to be held after school hours. The band played at the football
and basketball games, helping to create a spirit of loyalty whether the
teams won or lost.
The orchestra this year consisted of both Junior and Senior High
School students. Heretofore, the separate high schools have had sep-
arate orchestras but by combining the two, a larger and better balanced
instrumentation resulted and much work was done. The orchestra ac-
companied both the Junior and Senior High School operettas and was
much in demand for assembly programs and special entertainments
throughout the year.
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IN WALKED JIMMY
The Annual Publlc Speaklng Play was presented January 11 1923
Jimmy Who Walked In George Templar
John Trellavan Owner of Factory John Gamble
Arnold Baker His Nephew Wllliam Cunnmgham
Hiram Higgins His Landlord Lewls Padgett
Josia Bartlett Creditor from Rochester Raymond Lucas
Moses Graham the same Dean Spencer
Bobby Day Shipping Clerk Raymond Scott
Exllle Blake Kxttys Brother Arthur Smith
Delie Rogers Forelady Florence Orm ston
Factorv Girls Office Glrls
Officers Charles Wentworth Clarence Husted
Andy Office Boy Jacob Carruthers
Stage Managers Char les Wentworth Torrence Brenz Blanche Darby
Expvressman Mark Wetmore
Angel of Happiness Norma Day
In Walked Jlmmy 1nto the factory mto the hearts of men a d
women 1nto trouble and, as all dehghtful plays are ended mto Love
The scene IS lard 1n the Cmderella Soft Sole fBaby Shoej Factory
The tlme was a day ln Aprll the ramy month and lt was ramlng ram out
slde, and ralnmg trouble 11'lSld6
John Trellavan owner of the factory who was all but bankrupt IS
contemplatmg su1c1de when In Walked J lmmy
Who Was J1mmy'7 No one knew It was slmply Jlmmy out of the
nowhere mto the here Jlmmy was the typlcal hero and brought hxs
smlles and happlness to all even to the llps of the audxence when he sald
You know you re Just handsome when you smxle hke th t He pre
rented Mr Trellavan from takmg hlS own l1fe, and turned hls thoughts
from those of despondency and gloom to more uplxftmg ones-to the re
constructlon of his factory system, and to the bu1ldIng up of h1s own lxfe
and character whlch, It seems he had for a tlme forgotten He touched
the hearts of all of Del1e Rogers the forelady and Bobby and the 0fflCe
glrls not forgettmg Kltty Blake, the bookkeeper whose heart he dld per
haps touch most of all Anyway as the story always goes lt IS to be
presumed that they l1ved happlly ever after
The play was supplemented by a beaut1ful solo dance Moon of Love,
by Mlss Ernestlne Day
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
Olivia Daingerheld alias Jane Ellen Edna Jordan
Elizabeth Daingerfleld allas Aramlnta Virgmia Spencex
Mrs Falkner Tuckers slster Nina Rice
Cora Falkner her daughter Esther Kuhns
Burton Crane from the North Cecll Lxnnenkohl
Thomas Lefferts statistlcal poet Harold Lewls
Solon Tucker Cranes attorney and guest Byron Farnsworth
Paul Daingerfield alias Smithfleld Samuel Brown
Charles Daxngerfleld allas Brindlebury Walter Stone
Randolph Weeks agent for the Damgerfields Lawrence Seyfer
Stage Manager Earl S lls
Assistants Alfred DeBard Elbert Brewster
Properties Vlrgmla Campbell Blanche Darby
On March 29 1923 the Annual Semor Class Play was presented The
play was supervlsed by Mlss Sleeth and proved to be one of the best plays
ever presented by a Semor Class
The play opens ln the drawmg rooms of the Damgerfxeld Mansion 1n
Mrgmla as the Dalngerfleld chlldren are preparmg to leave thelr home,
Vlh1Ch, In the event of the prolonged Illness of thelr father, they have
been forced to lease to a stranger
The lessee, Mr Crane, IS very partlcular that there be no negroes up
on or near the place and h1s one st1pulat1on, IS that a full staff of compe-
tent whlte servants be employed Th1S matter IS left 1n the hands of
Randolph Weeks, who, at the last posslble moment, mforms the famlly of
the 1mDOSS1blllt1eS to procure servants wlthout some delay
OllVl8, the eldest Damgerfleld glrl, suggests that they themselves act
as servants untxl the new ones can be obtamed There IS protest at flrst
but thls gradually subs des and the play goes on after all have been ap
pomted thelr places of duty
They are beset by manv and var1ous d1ff1cult1es, whlch tends to les
sen the solemmty of the occasion
In concluslon, word 1s rccelved of the recovery of Mr Damgerfleld, and
the beautlful Ol1Vl8 becomes the br1de of Burton Crane
Muslc was furmshed by the orchestra under dxrectlon of Howard
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On April 6 1923 All At Sea was presented by the Music Department of the
Senior High School
The Operetta which was dlrected and staged by Howard Feldman IS said to be
the best entertainment of its klnd ever presented in the city
Captain Corcoran ot the Good Ship Pmatore Weston Ayres
Sir Joseph Porter First Lord of the Admiralty Neil Watson
Ralph Rackstraw Able Seaman Ralph Reynolds
Dick Deadeye Boatswain John Gamble
Midshipmate Ferne Merrie
The Pirate King Chief of the Pirates of Penzance Clarence Husted
Frederick a. Pirate Apprentice Clinton Gilbert
Police Sergeant of the Metropolitan rorce Leroy Brannne
Grosvenor a Poet Lewis Padgett
Strephon an Arcadian Shepherd Late Member of Parliament Gerald Spohn
Mlkado of Japan
Poo Bah a Great and Versatile Character
Ko Ko Lord High Executioner
Josephine Captain Corcorans Daughter
Little Buttercup Candies Fruits and Small Wares
Phyllis a Former Sheperdess Wedded to Strephon
Fairy Queen a Personage of Influence
Friends of Josephine
Three Little Wards from School Wards of Ko Ko
Yum Yum Dundine York
Peep Bo Leoma Johnson
Pittl Sing Mary Quade
Policemen Metropolxtan Force
Emerson Trunzler George Templar Robert Shelhammer Floyd Smith
There were in addition to the characters three large choruses which entertained
The scene was lald on the deck of the Pinafcre In the first act the time was
late afternoon and evenmg in the second act lt was the morning of the following day
INDEX T0 MUSIC
We Sail the Ocean Blue Crew
Im Called Llttle Buttercup Little Buttercup
I am the Captaln of the Pinafore Captain Corcoran
Prlthee Pretty Maiden Patvence and Grosvenor
We are Dainty Little Fairies Falries
6-A Maiden Fair to See Ralph Rackstraw
7 tal Over the Bright Blue Sea Sisters etc
tbl Now Give Three Cheers Chorus
I am the Monarch of the Sea Sir Joseph
8 When the Foeman Bares His Steel Sergeant and Police
9 A Pollceman s Lot is Not a Happy One Sergeant and Police
10-The Law is True Embodlment LordLord Chan Sir J and Cant
None Shall Part Us Phyllis and Strephon
The Magnet and the Churn Grosvenor Patlence Mabel Josephine and Ralph
With Catlike Tread Pirates
Finale Heres a First Rate Oppvortunlty Ensemble
iCoached by Edith Davisl
I am a Pirate King King
16-Three Little Maids Yum Yum Pittl Sing and Peep B0
17 al Entrance of Mikado
My Obiect All Sublime Mikado
18-tal Behold the Lord High Executioner Chorus
D Taken From a County Jail Ko Ko
Ah' Leave Me Not Alone Mabel and Frederlck
Titwxllow Ko Ko Mabel and Frederick
Finale Although Our Dark Career Ensemble
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December 19 W1nf1eld Arkansas C1ty
January 18 El Dorado Arkansas C1ty
January 30 Wellmgton Arkansas City
February 15-Newton Arkansas City
It IS better to have fought and lost than never to have fought at all
Hall to the debaters who dared to face hard work and drudgery of drxll
and then went forth to battle for the glorv of the Purple and Old Gold
The questlon for debate thls year was Resolved That The Federal
Covernment Should Own and Operate the Coal Mmes of Th1S Country
Due to the dlsasters ln the coal mmes dur ng the past year thls questlon
was one of great lnterest
The debate class had the good fortune of havmg' two experlenced de
of the two teams The afflrmatlve team was composed of Earle Wrlght
Indward Lamb and Leslle Ferguson The negatlve team was composed
of George Stanley Margaret Rothfus and Hayward Marsh
The flrst debate of the season was Wlth the old rxval W1nf1eld The
negative won an unammous dec1s1on at home whlle the afflrmatlve wlth
the burden of government ownershlp secured one Judge at Wmfleld
The second debate proved more glorlous for the debaters The nega
t1V6 agaln won an unammous dec1s1on and the aff rmatlve won a two to
one dec1s1on at home
The last debate of the Southern league was wlth Wellington The
negatxve won lts thlrd unanlmous dec1s1on and the afflrmatlve mvaded
the enemy s terrltory and they won one Judge at Welllngton
Thls gave Arkansas C1ty the champ1onsh1p of the Southern league It
has always been the custom of the champlons of the Northern and
Southern leagues to meet and declde the State champ1onsh1p Newton
won the champ1onsh1p of the Northern league
On February 15 the negatlve went to Newton and lost all three
Judges Whlle the afflrmatwe team won a two to one dec1s1on at home
Th1s gave Newton the State champ1onsh1p
The debatmg season closed wlth Newton holdlng flrst place and Ar
kansas C1ty holdlng second Although thls debatlng season was not as
successful as A C H S has known 1n the past the work was not 1n vam
The prophecy for next year s debatmg teams IS the state champ1onsh1p
The formatlon of the A C Dlplomats and the A C Femlnlsts makes the
XISIOII a becommg reahty
The success of the debate teams was due to the earnest co operatlon
and splendid tralnmg of the debate coach H F Toohey who 1nst1lled the
motto Though vanquxshed worry not, but argue st11l
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THE ARK LIGHT
The Ark Lxght IS the offxclal student pubhcatlon of the Junlor and
Senlor Hlgh Schools It IS publlshed every two weeks on Frlday The
staff conslsts of the members of the Journal sm class all of whom are
Semors The edltor IS appo1nted at the beglnnlng of the year and he ap
pomts the members of the staff
The purpose of the Ark Llght IS to report for hlstorlcal purposes and
entertamment all school act1v1t1es It furthers the soclal actlvlty Wlthlll
the school and through the exchanges lt draws the school mto closer re
latxon wlth other schools
The members of the staff for the year 1922 23 are
ARK LIGI-lT:STA FF
Editor Kathryn Alexand r
Business Manager Alonzo Wilson
Athletics Cecil Linnenkohl
Sgciety Etta Rice
Special Reporters Earl Sxlls Gough Davis Peggy Swmdle
Organizations Cora Wllliel'
Exghange Frank Brown
Junlgr High Enola Miller
Senior High Edith Warlllck
Punting Byrne Fletcher
Mechanical Staff Merl Wright Charles Belt James Smyer Earl West
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Plus lull was ln nld Wlxxfoald s lumdas
Juni tnn xards from ilu' goal
hm-4 mm fighting hruvuh on
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llllud 10 klrk goal In thu -wcuttrl
hull the Krk wurrlnunm umm 'hlhm
Augusta tum at ulll Mortng a thu- h
down and ku-kugf goal. llmmg tlu
thini quarter A 4 out plan-41 lu r
opponents enll5 flu- lust quuuu
A K hnd the hull ln Ada ut 'txxgunt 1
I0 yard line twlw. The hrsttmxv l 1 s
vnu hmld for downs on the mght turd
lhxs The second tlmn,Huuwn mndr- a
loaglnd run nd plwedthe bull with
in ull inch! Ulthflonl A1
Nmhld md K1-oem-rt nxeovcn-6 un
the eight yard line A pus mer tlv-
goslllno ill lnwmylate und lt wan
AlKlBiflMku on in twenty ylrd
lil' 'MIIB bid cvan unttln lln
hr A. C. Yvltl Allfllltfd qnutsor-
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Wlulatldllull l ut hu nhxnm
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VW ,famed lull Hhs yard,
Line umm: mallud liuwt ami vu
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tru-the r 4 luugn the warriors mgdq-,
And mul:-d an u plla
Agaln again, the warriors plungvd
And eat-h littw undn a gain
Sluwls umard the goal thnx vmrkvd
'lhen -twngth was not In vlin
Iwo minutes hh, len turds to males
No room: dared ln upenk,
Fx-mu out that mam ul fighting man
Tln m flashed n pm-ple sam-ak
The cl owd want wild and loud theshmxh
and aria: of vlelulw
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RKQXRD O! FIRST TEAM
UH!!!-D BY SEEDS
mlhagnmntnumuxum L Seconds
and th Blackiell Saoondn. Bllekwll
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hunks mud a pun from Dash: mChap
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for n touch down X ll!!-lllllil lik!
Bars- p-ekxsd up A fumbln us Bkekuall
and r-we-d B1 yards tors KYWKINQITN
dawn lilwkweit padki c hvh that
nuuhled tlmr ruxuwr looovoa- 80 3 nul-
tm- u munhdovm
mu- mound lusl! nl the game slmwod
a hater bnnd of fontball Plug a
wmv more wmlutmi. :nd mm mark
vu lrllsr llmlmux can we-ons: with
wmeguod gains, Davin Andt hnymn
ware wmplndng plum mslly M
Cmighton and Longshorr dld grind
Pbeheutplly of the yarns uma tn
the third Quarter K pus lmm Chap-
man to Dsvtu put the ball on the um
yxvd llne Dnncantried a lim bxwk
but Bllukwnll held Davis carried the
ball over on a like Chlpmxn kicked
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SQNGS AND YELLS
PURPLE AND THE GOLD
A C Hlgh has ever glor ed ln the Purple and the Gold
And her Banners ever waver ln the sky those colors bold
For we w1n all klnds of v1ctor1es ln football and debate
In basketball no better can be found 1n all the state
Durmg slx long years of Hlgh School we learn our lessons well
But on the fleld of battle we certalnly can yell
And our shouts are e er unlted Wlth echoes from of old
T111 the town resounds wlth glorles of the Purple and the Gold
When our school days all are over and we labor ln the world
Our A C H S banners ln our hearts are ever furled
And there s never sxgh or sadness when we turn to memorles o
And renew those days of gladness neath the Purple and the Gold
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OnOldA C onOldA C
Purple and the Gold
Take the ball away from Winfield victory as of old
OnOldA C onOldA C'
Fight on for her fame ,
Flghtl fellows fight Y. and we w1ll win the game
FIGHT THE TEAM
Set the earth reverberatmg wlth a mighty cheer Rah' Rah' Rah'
Play them hard and see how they fall Never let that team get the ball
Hail hail the gang s all here so we ll beat Old Winfield now
A C High School A C High School
Wahoo Wahoo for old A C
Fight the team across the field show them A C s here
Set the earth reverberatmg with a mighty cheer Rah' Rah' Rah'
Play them hard and see how they fall Never let that team get the ball
Hall hail the gang s all here so well beat Old W1nf1eld now
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Ella Rah' Ella Rah' Ella rah rah rah
U yah U yah A C Hlgh School rah
Rah rah rah rah rah U yah U yah
A C Hlgh School rah rah rah
Who s all r1ght'7 Who s all rlg
Team team they re all rlght
Who s all r1ght'7 Who s all ng
Team team they re all rlght
Who s all r1ght'7 Who s all rxg
they re all rlght
Cheer Leader Who s gomg to Wm
Crowd A C
Who IS A C '7
Ark Clty Thats the way to
spell It that s the way to yell It
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Eah Yah' Flghtl
Eah Yah' Flghtl
Flghtl Flghtl Flghtl
Yackety Yackety Yackety Yack'
Yackety Yackety Yackety Yack'
Hallobollow' Howdy you do'
A C Hlgh School razzamazoo
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School opens The teachers are very nice to you If size has any-
thing to do with it we should win everything in debate.
First Chapel ' Cultivate the lonesome habit."
Tubby elected president of the Senior Class by votes of all the girls
Defeated Anthony 33-0
Dedication of High School
Southwestern Seconds defeated us by a score of 6 0
Y W C A Conference
First number of Lyceum Course
Beat Ponca City 15 7
Senior Class Party
Wichita gave us the blues 26 0
Mikado by the Davies Opera Company Jazzed a trifle
Helen Bishop and George Templar gave their first chapel entertain
Fire Drill No one perished but several puffed
Debaters chosen Marsh was caught practicing h1s speech on
Jewell Spruill elected president of Spanish Club
Defeated by Douglas
Chapel Mr Cunningham spoke on Arm1st1ce Day
School was adJourned at 11 43 because of Armistice Day Beat
Wellington 41 9
Blue Monday History qu1zz
Helen Rollo fell gracefully down the stairs Nothing was hurt
Chapel was held in the Methodist Church Captain McLean of the
Kansas Industrial School showed pictures of the boys at work and
Pep meeting Beat Newton 27 0
Another history qu1zz
A C Seconds defeated Blackwell 42 6
Emory Hanson discovers that he can t s e out of his throat
Chapel De Maude Johnson was presented with a five dollar gold
piece for Wrltlng the best essay in the state on The Benefits of
Defeated Augusta 7 6
Pep meeting' School adJourned until Monday
Defeated by Winfield
"A Complicated Affair" was presented by Pellitier Players.
Basketball tramlng beglns
Chapel Plans for a Student Councll dlscussed
Votmg for pres1dent of the Student Councll begms
Lecture on Character Bulldlng by J Smlth Damron
Class meetmgs W1nf1eld completely crushed by A C Debate team
Mr Feldmann 1ns1sts on havlng the band play Star Spangled Ban
ner durmg the fourth hour
Offflcers of Student Councll are elected
School dlsmlssed for Christmas holldays
School beglns agaln Lots of new necktles ln evldence
Chapel Grace Purdy has a new sewmg basket
Beat W1nf1eld 1n flrst league basketball game of season
Publlc Speakmg play George won Helen with a smlle
Defeated ElDorado ln debate
Letter club entertalns glrls of the purple sweaters Some of the
sweaters dldn t f1t
Assembly Speech made by Mr Hartford Boys Secretary of e
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Junlor basketball team defeated by Welllngton
Beat Newton 26 21
We learn somethmg about Kansas and Kansas Day
Men members of the faculty entertaln the women teachers Oysters
Spanlsh Club elects new offlcers
Senlor skatlng party Cecll L was IH demand
Everybody prom1ses to buy an Annual Raymond I ucas bought two
A C Debate Team IS champlon of the Southern DIVISION
Lleutenant Sherman talks to us
Fourteen letters awarded Bob Kroenert made flrst chapel speech
Lost basketball game to W1nf1eld
Mr Flsher glV8S a lecture on psychology
Annual Staff puts on a play 1n chapel B111 Cunnmgham showed
declded preference for extemporaneous speaklng
Delegates go to W1nf1eld to attend Glrl Reserve Conference Beat
Wlchlta In basketball
Pencll Pusher Club organlzed
Junior Hlgh Play
Another C1t zenshlp speech
Not a Man ln the House presented
Track captams elected
Typ6WI'1t1l'lg cups arrlve
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Gough Dav1s uses the dlctlonary
Mr Toohey gets a halr cut
El1m1nat1on contest for State Tournament held at Wlnfleld
Llnen shower for Mlss Machm
Agrlcultural Club had a skatmg party
Student Councll meets
Basketball Team goes to State Tournament
A C Femlnlsts orgamze
Y W glrls demonstrate correct table manners Boys lntensely
Basketeers w1n Mlssourl Valley Champlonshlp
Last number of the Lyceum Course
Operetta A11 At Sea
W1n Walnut Valley Typewmtmg Contest
Ark Llght falls to appear Gloom prevalls
Sprlng house clean1ng commences
Sen1ors begm to read books on etlquette
Cast of senlor play goes to Wellmgton
Ark Llght fmally comes out It contalned a good Joke on Peggy and
Oratorlcal contest Earle Wrlght won
Senlor 1nv1tat1ons arrive
We are taught how to dre s by the Y W glrls
Track and Typewntmg teams estabhsh new record for overland
transportatlon to Anthony Arrlve too late to enter contests
Teams get back Helen Blshop caught cold
Only four more weeks to go-Glory'
Receptlon at Southwestern
Wlnfleld vs A C Track Meet A C took flrst 1n readmg and Glee
Typewrltlng team goes to State Contest at WlCh1ta
Sen1ors begln to dream of Commencement
Seats asslgned for Commencement A few people had trouble 1n
gettmg to Slt by thelr other half
Commencement Sen1ors farewell Tears tears
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I UN IORSEN IOR RECEPTION
The annual Junior Senior Reception falias A C H S Fashnon Showj
was glven at the Semor Hlgh School, Frlday Aprll 13 at elght oclock
Th1S most elaborate and pleasmg event was one of the best of 1ts klnd
ever recorded m the annals of the school
The Receptlon was g1ven ln honor of the Semors and the J unlor Class
spared nelther tlme nor effort to make the affalr a success
The Recept1on was held 1n the lower hall the Boys and Glrls Club
rooms and the Gymnaslum Japanese decoratlons made the d1n1ng hall
xery attractlve The quartet tables were beautlfully arranged A de
l1c1ous two course dmner was served by twenty Sophomore glrls costumed
as Japanese maldens The menu conslsted of
PICKLES STUFFED OLIVES
PRESSED CHICKEN SANDWICHES DATE SANDWICHES
ORANGE SHERBET ANGEL FOOD CAKE
Unlque place cards were at each plate There were no toasts
Mrs Fred Lewls p1an1st M1ss Geraldm Parker v1ol1n1st and MISSGS
Helen Blshop and Anlta Nxx, vocahsts furmshed dehghtful musxc durlng
e evening Katherlne Axley gave a pleaslng dance
Followlng the banquet two short but charmlng plays were given ln
e aud1tor1um The flrst was
THE JAPANESE FISHERMAN
Tono a Lord Ralph Fouts
Tarokaja Hls Servant Boyd Tingleey
Ge o Donald Wllson
And the second
Mr Allen Drake Edmund Donaldson
Alden Drake HIS Son Rob rt Parman
Laura Drake the Daughter Loulse Stoner
Mrs Drake Then' Step mother Dorthy Warren
The Receptlon was a declded success and the Class of 23 has nothmg
but pralse for the Junlors
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Forrest- N0thlHg I was Just thmkmg
MISS Klrk Well I m glad of that
Run along sun Sald the cloud whxle I take my shower
METVIH Where are you golng Bobby?
Bobby To take the gold f1Sh for a tr1p around the globe
Mlss Iden 'Homer are you copymg?
Homer No Just gettlng ldeas
Marvan Bobby Ill bet you don t know what I am th1nk1ng about
Bobby Ill bet I do
Marlan Oh lf you do I ll scream
Scott1e- I took that glrl that works at Kress home and stole a klss
Charles And what d1d she say?
Customer How long am I golng to have to walt for that half duck ?
Waltress Unt1l someone orders the other half we can t k1ll a half
Joke Edltor Id llke to get off somethlng sharp
Llstener Try s1tt1ng on a tack
Professor Late agaln
Sophomore- Not a word professor so am I
Walter Why IS Chunky always so happy?
Marvm It must be true that what you dont know wont hurt
Small Boy Who lost a roll of bllls w1th a rubber around them?
Gentleman Why yes I belleve I dld
Small Boy I found the rubber
She- But you w1ll adm1t I have a pretty face
H Even a barn looks good when It IS pamted
Dad "You kept the car out rather late last evenmg son What
Son Had a blowout Dad
Dad Hum T1re or roadhouse?
Flrst Speaker Dld you get anythlng worth whlle for Chrlstmas?
Second Speaker Not a drop
Father So you want to marry my daughter Do you thmk you
could glve her what she has been used to?
The Chap Er er yes s1r Ive a vlolent temper myself
He- What would you say 1f I would klss you?
She-' I can t do two thmgs at once
Clarence- Do you play on the p ano?
Harold I used to but my mother made me stop
Clarence- How IS that?
Harold She was afrald Id fall off
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When a woman was made out of man s r1b someone pulled a bone
Patrolman fTo Trampj Hey you can t sleep there
Tramp- I know I cant wlth you makmg all that fuss
Sampeck The t1me w1ll come when women w1ll get men s wages
Henpeck 'Yes next Saturday nlght
The height of lgnorance IS trvmg to start a cuckoo clock wlth bmlseed
Husband Dld you make these b1scu1ts"
W1fe- Yes dear
Husband Please don t make them any more
Husband You are too llght for such heavy work
Oh Ves the tlme IS flymg fast
Wmter has come and qulckly passed
And the brlght warm days of Sprlng are here
Brmgmg wlth them thelr gladsome cheer
Although our burdens do lncrease
Whlle others about us l1ve 1n peace
We must not forget to bear 1n m1nd
That happmess comes to all 1n t1me
If we but have the Wlll to do
The world w1ll don a rlcher hue
Make hghter the pathway to success
And add a grace to the step of progress
Thxs does not express what I Wlsh to say
So let me repeat 1f I may
That poem so slmple yet so d1v1ne
Whlch holds a world of meanmg m nts lm
Llfe IS but a mlrror for klng and slave
Tls what we are and do
So glV8 the world the best you have
And the best wlll come back to you
Dw1ght I passed your house last mght
She- You ve been drlnklng you can t k1SS me-
She- Untxl you tell me where you got It
To fllrt or dance IS very wrong
I don t
Wlld youths chase women w1ne and song
I don t
I k1SS no glrls not even one
I do not know how It IS done
You wouldn t thlnk I have much fun
It ms a stlff neck that has no turmng when the short sklrts go by
Time and Tide walt for no man and nelther do school bells
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fab Ranchmen are so r1ch they have the1r cows engraved mstead of
fbi Some of the places are so tough they have to feed the hens
cracked ICG to keep them from laylng hard bolled eggs
Cc! Some people are so lazy they get up at f1Ve o clock 1n the morn
lng so they w1ll have longer to loaf
Cdl Some people are so lgnorant they thlnk the Saturday Evenmg
Post IS somethmg to t1e a horse to
CAN YOU IMAGINE
George Templar wxthout a date
Jewell Sprulll combmg h1s halr
Florence Thornburg not laughlng
John Gamble w1thout Florence Orm1ston
Gllly golng to a dance
Courtland West reducmg to muslc
Russell Holmsteln wlth a date
Mxss Iden taking' a vacat1on
Tubby Brewster wlth a harr cut
Toohey gettlng a shave
Chunky Smlth at a Grand Ball
Gerald Spohn proposlng
Watson D1ckey talklng so that he can be understood
Day by day ln every way the Freshmen are gettlng greener and greener
Day by day 1n every way the Seniors are gettmg keener and keener
Mlss Davldson What are you thmklng about Edward?
Edward Qdreamllyj Last nlght
When a f1re broke out 1n a deaf and dumb asylum one of the usimates
broke hlS thumb yelhng flre
Raymond I was born on Chr1stmas
Donald Well what of that?
Raymond I thlnk the world should take me as a glft
L1ttle spots of powder
Llttle dobs of palnt
Make the Sophomore glrls
Thmk they are pretty when they am t
Harold What do you know Swede?
Swede- Nothmg my books are ln my locker
Have you an openlng for a brlght high school graduate?
es and don t slam It on your way out
Walter M11k or water?
Customer Don t tell me please let me guess
Pass and your class passes wxth you fall and you fall alone
Don I know a man marrxed for twenty years who stays home ev
Dorlne- Oh that IS true love
Don Nope rheumatlsm
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very ponsonous One drop of lt on a rabblt s tongue would k1ll the strong
We know a Joke about the chlcken crosslng the road out we wont
Mlss Machm Name the f1V8 senses
Chunky The f1V8 senses are sleeplng yawmng sneezlng and cough
mg The flfth IS one Whlch IS very uncommon thls IS snormg
Gllly You are suspended for the term of three months
Wlmp- Ill be dead lf I hang that long
Dlck K What s thls near b er llke that they sell now?
Jack L Well It s Just llke hav ng your glrl throw you a klSS The
sentlment IS all rlght but you don t get any real thrlll
E Coyle Why It gets so wet It can t burn
A cellar stalr
Old father Peck
A shot of booze
A broken neck'
C L 1 came wlthm an ace of w1nn1ng twenty bucks last mght
S H How s that?
C L John had one more ace than I
Mlss Sleeth Your themes should be wrltten so that even the most
stupld of people can understand them
Harold S Yes mam What part dont you understand ma m"
Clalr Chapman Your reporter called me the mercury of the school'
Edltor Well that s qulte a comphment to your runnmg
Clalr Compl1ment" I looked h1m up and he was the god of llars'
Bob- But my dear you know the old proverb Love IS blmd
Mar an Yes but the nelghbors aren t so pull down the shades
John G Glve me a bottle of legs and arms
Walt S Never heard of It what IS 1t'P
John G A glass of Bevo there s no body to It
Bxll C Why d1d you break off your engagement wlth WRYDICK7
Tubby Every mght I d1dn t show up she wanted a wrxtten excuse
Iden What do you get when you put sod1um on water?
Ed F Uust wakmg upj Bubbles
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Charles May Isn t th1s floor sllppery? It s almost lmposslble to
stand on your feet
Madahne G So you were trymg to stand on my feet all th1s t1me'?
I thought perhaps It was Just an accldent
Some of th1s stuff IS rare but most of It IS well done
FROM A JUNIOR
Llves of Senlors all remlnd us
We should str1ve to do our best
And departmg leave belfund them
Notebooks that w1ll help the rest
Geo S If you tell a man anythmg lt goes 1n one ear and out the
Dank Yes and lf you tell a woman anythmg It goes 1n both ears
and out the mouth
Dutch The lesson for tomorrow wlll cover the Fam1ly Ped1cul1dae
MarJor1e M Im trylng to get a specimen of everythmg that we
study Where can I get a speclment of th1s?
Dutch Search me'
J1m Florence I thmk you are the fmest looklng glrl I ever saw
Florence- I am sorry that I can t return the comphment
J1m You could lf you were as b1g a l1ar as I
The common saylng 1S that one s school days are the happlest of h1s
hte Perhaps th1s accounts for some of the flunks some students want
to make the happy days last as long as poss1ble
GETTING READY FOR THE DANCE
Old Mother Hubbard
She went to the cupboard
To get her falr daughter a dress
When she got there
The cupboard was bare-
And so was her daughter I guess
D1ZZy S I m gomg to leave school lf Gllly doesn t take back what
he Sald to me th1s mormng
HIS Glrl What d1d he say?
Dlzzy S He told me to leave school
Baa, sald the goat to the l1ttle boy you can only read a book whlle
I can dlgest 1ts contents
John I hear you flunked at m1d year
Dean Too true
John Won t the old man be all unstrung when he hears?
Dean Not at all I wlred h1m th1s mornlng
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to make a smlle so why work overtime?
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I don t suppose he lost hlS head dld he?
Evenmg Dresses Half Off
Marlam Bella told me you told her that secret that I told you not
to tell her
Marlan 'Cat I told her not to tell you
Mar am Well I told her I wouldn t tell you lf she told me so don t
tell her I d1d
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She- I Just love to p1ck on a bango
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01 dough as well as plenty of crust
Emorv You know last year the doctor told me lf I dldn t sto smok
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Una May Why dldn t you stop
B111 Why does a date Wlth a Hlgh School glrl resemble a Ford
Maurlce-' Because It s f erce when she won t go and sometlmes
flerce when she does
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There are lots of Jokes but few of us are or1g1nal
Beulah The mlce would Just go crazy over hlm
Vlrgl n1a What d ye mean
Beulah Hes such a b1g cheese
Harold Lewls Why dont you sharpen your k1"l1V8S9 fOn basket
ball trlp J
Walter Sorry slr but lf we should the result would l1kely be dlsas
trous lnjured mouths you know
Templar to Helen When w1ll there be only twenty f1V6 letter ln the
Helen I don t know
Templar When U and I are one
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THE JUNIOR ENGLISH CLASS OPINION OF
The most cheerful author-Samuel Smlles
The noxslest authors Howells
The tallest author Longfellow
The most flowery author Hawthorne
The ho11est author Pope
The most amuslng author Thomas Tlckell
The happlest author Gay
The most flery author Burns
The most talkatlve author Chatterton
The most distressed author Akens1de
If I had arms s1ghed Venus
If I had a head slghed V1ctory
If I had a dr1nk slghed Bacchus
Then they all slghed
Doggone thls here antl trust movement growled the lrrepresslble
Soph as he glared at the chaperone
Mxss Warmck How many of my scholars can remember the longes
sentences they ever read?
Deak Please mum I can
Mxss Warnlck What IS there only one? Well Raymond you can
tell the rest of the class the longest sentence you ever heard
Deak Impr1sonment for l1fe
Mr Koontz- L1sten closely to thls top1c You don t know anytlnng
about th1s subgect, you are all 1gnorant or else you wouldn t be here
Mary Dear you look splendld tonlght
Ralph Really you re not flattermg me?
Mary lt s true' Why I swear I hardly recogmzed you
Farmer Corntassle Q4 00 A MJ Templari lt s t1me to get up
must get our oats today
Temp Cvery drowsllyl What oats?
Farmer The w1ld oats ln the pasture
Temp- Oh' That IS why we have to sl1p up on them ln the dark
Judge Brown The offlcer says you used bad language
Bob- When he stopped me I was 1n a tantrum
Judge Brown Never mmd the make of the car
There IS more than one k1nd of smokeless powder that IS fatal to
Morris Can you tell me where the other slde of the street ls? '
Charles- 9Why over there
Bake- That s funny a man over there sald It was over here
TO BE SURE
Howard B Yes Im one of the b1g guns down at A C H S
Hls Dad Well then why don t I hear better reports?
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guessed, did you?"
Student+"Nog I thought it was tea." '
Jaybird-"What church does your neighbor attend?"
Kingfisher-"Brother Turtle is the original hard-shelled Baptist."
Hanson to Una May-"Dearest, you are the goal of my affections."
Una May-"Five yards for holding."
TRY A SAMPLE.
Beryle-"Have you ever kissed a girl?"
Harold-"Is that an invitation or are you gathering statistics ?"
-Midge Pinion-"ls my hat on straight?"
Felma May-"Nog one eye shows."
Juniors-Blarney Stones. up
Seniors-Tomb Stones. . '
Miss Carr CNear the end of the periodj-"I've told you all Iskn
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ANATOMICAL ANOMALIES. A I
Where can a man buy a cap for his knee?
Or a key for a lock of his hair? -
Can his eyes be called academies, because he has pupils there?
In the crown of his head, what gems are set?
Who travels the bridge of his nose?
Does he use, when shingling the roof of his mouth, the nailgiin the
ends of his toes?
What does he raise from a slip of his tongue?
Can the crook of his elbow be sent to jail, too?
How does he sharpen his shoulder blades?
I do not know, do you?
In Physics Class. CMr. Gilliland visiting.J
Miss Iden to Lee Circle-"Lee, what is a calorimeter?"
Lee-"It's an instrument they use to look at the moon with."
Miss Iden-"You don't know what it is."
fAfter Mr. Gilliland has gonel
Lee--"You didn't need to show me up before the Principal."
Miss Iden-"He didn't know you from Adam."
Lee--"He ought tog I'm dressed different."
Mr. Toohey-"Tubby, what was the name of the first railroad ?"
Tubby--"Mason and Dixon line." f
Iden-"Lawrence, what is a self feeding stove?"
Lawrence-"One that goes down in the cellar after the coal." '
Earl W.-"A man's imagination is like India rubber+warranted to
stretch .as long as the fun lasts."
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AT THE BEACH
She- A penny for your thoughts
He- I was Just wondermg how long a moth could l1ve on your bath
Marvln W Is that you darl1ng'7
Peggy Yes who IS th1s'7
Ruby Do you and Gerald do much canoe1ng'P
Felma No we have a davenport 1n our home
Bob- Say g mme a handful of waste I want to us lt to grease It
Roy answered not for he had an armful of waste and wasn t dlSp0S6d
to release lt
Blanche- They do not
Mlss Sleeth Leo who wrote Romola '7
Leo S Kthmkmg deeplyJ Sllas Marner
If you can t laugh af the Jokes of the age-
Laugh at the age of the Jokes
Toohey Is love bl1nd"
Tubby B Yes slr
Russell H Well It s a wonder B111 1sn t cross eyed
Chaney H How do you l1ke my mustache?
Fern L Just between you and me I l1ke lt
We were lookmg back
To see lf they were looklng back
To see lf we were looklng back
To see lf they were lookmg back at us
If Tubby Brewster had a palr of dlce would John Gamble?
Wanted A house by newly marrled couple 1th no chlldren untll
VOICES IN THE DARK
George- Your hps are Just 11ke rose petals
Helen Really I must say goodmght
George- Oh let s say It wlth flowers'
We don t know any Jokes but we see lots of em
DON T SAY
Have you seen May?
' No she was dressmg and wouldn t lettuce '
Madge Bolton What IS the hardest th1ng about roller skatlng whlle
Marvin W The floor IS the hardest
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CHAMBER OF CGMMERCE
Members of the Chamber of Commerce who have contrlbuted to the
support of thls Annual
Motor Supply Company
Agnew W S
Arkansas City Daily Traveler
Arkansas Valley Gas Company
Atkin J D
A C Hide Iron Q Metal Company
Beatson Dr I.. M
Badger Lumber Company
Bahruth C A
Barr Dr Floyd L
Barker Speed Printing Company
Beard Chas S
Beard R W
Bunnell Investment Company
Burkey W E
Braymer Manufacturing Company
Brotherhood of Railroad Clerks
Brown J T
Brown Harry S
Berry E S
Brenz Dr L E
Baylls H D
Betz E G
Branstetter, H R
Cannon J W
Central Labor Union
C1ty Drug Store
Collms E G
Clayton Dr E H
Colllnson Hardware Company
Comley Lumber Company
Cormsh Geo B
Cunningham W L
Coats Corlett Battery KL Electric Service Co
Dohrer Shoe Store
Dawson Bishop Produce Company
Deal Lumber Company
Dally News Publishing Company
Domestlc Steam Laundry
Dye E C
Derry J E
Derry H A
Eagle Jewelry Company
Empire Steam Laundry
Faulconer Dale Swarts
Fifth Avenue Book Store
Fifth Avenue Hotel
Franklm A V
Floyd John N
Freeman C M
Fox 0 W
Fowler H W
Fagan J M
Geeslm Dr B
Gilliland J F
Globe Mercantile Company
Gould Insurance Company
Glll reath Calvert Company
Hahn Dr Milton
Henneberry Sc Co
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CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Concluded
Hess Real Estate
Hill Investment Company
Home National Bank
House Dr C H
Houston Lumber Company
H 111 Garage
Houston Hill Prlnting Company
Huffman 8: Ward
Hall Electric Company
Hockaday Auto Supply Company
Harris W N
Huey N H
Jarvis Motor Company
Jones Dr J F
Kanotex Refining Company
Kantzer M G
Kansas Gas and Electrlc Company
Keller Chas A
Kingsbury E L
Kinninmonth Produce Company
Kirkpatricks Furniture Company
S H Kress 8: Co
Grays Exclusive Furniture
Land 84 Power Company
Lesh Refining Company
Lantz J B
McAtee W L
McDowell E L
McKay 8: Day
Mclntire C M
Mlssouri Paciflc Rallway Company
Maklary Dennis Toth de
Midland Valley Raxlway Company
Mitchell A C
Mitchell Dr L D
Moore A H
Morgan L S
Miller Dr M M
Metropolitan Dry Cleaners
New Home Restaurant
New Era Milling Company
Newfleld G E
Newman Motor Car Company
Ollver Q Calkins
Osage Pool Hall
Oklahoma Kansas Wholesale Gro Co
Ormxston Shoe Stores
T B Oldroyd Sc Sons
OConner Dr J E
Parman Luther E
Parman R Bruce
Parks J V
Pate G W
J C Penney Company
The Peoples Store
Probst Elevator Company
J D Pack 8n Son
Rardm 85 Ullery
R dley Ice Cream Company
Ranney Davls Mercantile Company
Rea Dr W H
Reed Stores Company
Reid E J
Security National Bank
Sollitt 8: Swarts Drug Company
Somertield 85 Hess
Sollitt C C
Southwestern Bell Telephone Company
Spain Dr C R
Sweet John S
St John C E
Star Candy Kitchen
Stlckler W A
Stacey Transfer Company
Thomas F O
Tufts Dr Edwin A
Tighe J P
Thompson Frank L
Union State Bank
Wald chmidt J W
Wright A G
Wright C Ward
Walker Darby Garage
Young Dr R Claude
Western Union Telegraph Company
McCall. N- T- Sturtz, Lewis A.
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