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

 - Class of 1927

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BRICKER X .gftcafzafmax 1. X 0 ?i!!35AiS?-.? Svupt CE lr: M Tjohn .liiissunri l'Nllihl.'l'Sif'Q 09Mama Hluinersiip 'flinnsns Stair Ufrnrhers Qlollrpr .liir St. Tlohn hols his urs Rt hzlping hay hg hug l To make the school prom hrttrr 'L' 29 Q 1- 'i' 0: 0 . 0 4 . ' o 0 0 0 ' O 1 43 9' Q Q o . . 9 C' 9 2? ' 0 - I 1 ' Y D ' .4 l . ' . . Q Ano unpronr xt nn rnery mag. ' 0 o Q - e . : E an y 1 1 ' : 3 h S 2 2 3 , s , I Q A I Q 3 3 z E o 3 . 1 I - h Q , ' SUI 7. C E. YT IOHIN 1 l i , h 3 ' - 2 X 3 E S E Q 5 Brlnripal 311. A. liunk E 2 A. az. w o 5 .Hiissouri Stair Eearhrrs ffollrgc 3 E Nniurrsity of wisconsin 5 2 llnihcrsihg of Qllgirnon 5 u . . . 3 lit ns an ncrg oooh prnmpal. 3 1 ' A herg nirr ons. too: 5 3 mc seniors omr him many thanks E ' for hr has helpeo us through. I ' 1 f , 9 c o J PRlNC1P4L1L A FUNK A H all f 4 Q h Q 0 q , 7,1 .E I , A I fa ,mn 0 Nga, 0 'J G 0 qxy Q 'Nh , - , 0 . ' 0 5 A I D.. 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'n ITS:-luw' Sh - is our tyl ing' le-znvllm-x', Q , N, " . W """ 'H - ' 1 NVi zz vm-ry vinning way: For 110 s zu gmnl ma ill If-110111-I. FV V Y qt . t X I .Uh gllhlml . .Xnl an .'p1nsm' ui' i-Y. Ti , ' I i I A .1 lu' ,NY ' ' ' 1 I V 5 R K . i r Q K ,H A., , 'Pv f '- -S f. . ,f 9 Y' - X V . H .. K Q '- . . - V ' - , 1: V , f , . i ' - In , , ,A '24 I 2 .J--1 07' NANCY Lm: DEDM Nj By? B N K . 'I'llfi' -Lymst Palm in University of Is usmwi-PJH xy ex'Pn'yune, .Xml shv's :ulx 'S rs-:lily N BEN F. OGDEN. B. S. Durant Teacher's College, B. S University of Oklahoma, A. M. American Hist. and Const. 'Flin' ho rm-c1uii'es quite- tlxurnugll work I"1'nln studs-his smmll-'tillws ivlnlniml In shirk. Wlwn hu- with us im an pivniv Klum- unnl 0 9- ,lt C" O ' if fjhe'Mu-for Iypy a 'LO 1 i C , F X pg 9 2 lo .4 Ll 5-e lil ,. .ji 51 i I l -s s QU 1073 MISS HELEN SILVERWOOD, A. B. University of Kansas Lawrence, Kansas Latin A tall. mln-inure tva1'lw1'. NVl1u always has H slnilvl She tc-urlivs that "4l0zul language", Hut slit' mukvs it worth while. MISS FLORENCE C. VVAD- DELL, A. B. Cooper College, Sterling, Kansas English A nil-e, reliable teas-ller. XYlm's allways almw lwl' part, llut now slum-'s gluing' in leave us-- .X vis-tim nt' l1:un's dart, B MR. NV. R, SHEFF, B. S., D. MISS GAYE IDEN, . S. K. S. T. C. Emporia, Kansas Physics, Chemistry z in-nt, ululigingy yet gay, V. M. K. S. A. C. Manhattan, Kansas Agriculture Slum-I'I'. llffs seldom L-V1-1' sv:-ni liut avun'flim:,' to his stunlents lle's ax teaclwl' really ke-en! m ever helps us clay Ivy clay usefully spa-ml the sulnml-day huurs, 9 Q Evvr pit ' If HUF U'2H'lH'l"l"'if'l1fl Ol' UUVS- We 1lun't knew mum-h about Mr. XVI 'l'u ,' 1 9 X i-I ,5 9 H ' V 'J 9 ,of 8 A30 Q, -,els O -S v P4 0 ia 6 I I, ,V ,l P I I Q - 5 l.. Q Q - 2 Y . a o o ' v V Ji' J.. I 1 -. . ' ii! Ii If NJ if n Ja U Q o L I 1 LQ I x 1 E I I i 5 r r I V ! Ii 1 ta u .2 ,. -qv P' 2 r X x K. EA. I W V ' I f I MISS INEZ JOHNSON ' MR. ERNST UHRLAIIB, B, S. Baker IT11ive-rszity, A. Il. K. U.. Law1'em'e. Kansas K. I'. fin-aduate VVm'k 'fflw Director uf Athletics .Journalism and English gji "Iluh'I1". our huskvtlmll wmwlx. An intvre-sling telzufllur, , jx! lmlmv-s --url5 uml l.nl1-. Um- whom W0 :ulure-5 ' Su that In ullllvliws XY? lmpr- thu! shv'll lm Iwrv ' ' Hur pains muy In- grant. Alglny ynnrs murv. 4 4 I I 4 E .! P' , Ii E: f r L- 1 in si 2 1 li, S 1 I 1 QP! 2' 1 1 3' ' r 4 . M199 III LIAN CURRY NI0l'HlIlf.,Sldl-I ffollege B. A. S' mx Cxty Iovw 1 l4m..hbh and Publu SDSIIKIIIQ5 MISS MARY BLAIR Lindenwood LolIz,g.,e Ullivelsity ol halls is B I' ng IS 1 I 1 Hx YI ls 4 x E I l ' I lx I 1' , E 1 I 1 1 I .. , , if 1 . r . , Y . ,, .f I V . I 5. 3 , - K-H , 3. , vi .J , . I.. K. gif. 1 f " ' 'f ,' 1 ' " A. -I I A"I'.'I I I ' I This .if IIB' linlv N1-lnml-lm.:-In All - In lvfllivvvvf' Ml' 'HHN O Q Aluvlu for ilu- sr-Imul Inns dun--, Yun Wllllld :IJ-:l'1'l': , 9 'I'lm' we-'vv U ll' known In-I' nm' ll vvvr lu-I' 1-lnssvs RX' 0 gpm,-1 ln., ,gp S Yun rllmulnl sm-1-. CJ E . Hui' In-:I 'lr sin- Inns V4-:Ally xx: In ,- I 1 I I - H "2 -:V D A 'T I 19?-7' V I- ' o vs cQf- - Q A 'I teas MISS EDITH .I. DAVIS, B. S. MR, AMOS S. CURRY, A. B. K. S. 'I'. C., Iflniporia, Kansas C. of E., Emporia, Kansas l'l1YSil'21l Edllf'2lfi011 M111 Alnerican History, Constitu- Pliysinlogy tion, Athletics Shui iufetills in hm' sllnlvnls This jolly hvutlvzlll 1-nzlvli I'lvn15 ul lu-p :null vim: .Xt llistury is :I wllixf Anil In-sl nl :ell ln-1' vmzllilius .Xml his pzlrtivllluv' Imlvlry Slum- van luzumgm-11 "A:y111". ls giving.: at Slmt-1:1111 qllizz MISS NLMEQHEQK MR A A HARMS B S 5 T f FITIDOUH K-'lnsdf' University ot Nev1da I nivmislty ot I oloiado Reno Nevddd fn90Il1tflV l'svml10log,y 11 I i 41771 S11 L me 1 In u nt ol I ' is rev '21 'i, -all ii IN. I " 5. Q Q . 3 A A "'-'cili n Q i 1 ! v v E I dll 0 0 H0 I I V Q 9 5 1 1 1 kk J . 1 . y - - 9 K. . L, 1 - , - .- - - - ,, - Q 7 ' , .Lv " 1 .f , , , I ' V f 57. 1 ' 'l Ill' knows Iain ,gy ' - . XYII1-ll slum-1 l inn nli s4'l11ml-lnurms, I-'rum un ll-zu to 11 :uni Q 'I'hI-rv is brought lu our mind Is :I shark :lt I-mwm-timg V 'Flint um- sllvh :IH Miss Ni' w'lu'vle A 5,5 ml stu ' plain. 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HELGESON, MISS PAULINE PHILLIPS, 'f B. S. B. S. K. S. T. C., Emporia, Kansas K. S. T. C., Pittsburg, Kansas Commercial Shorthand and Penmanship I HPl'P'S nur dear tez1f'l1e1', l-Ielegson, Miss Pliillips, you know, ' As p!':lc-tirul as lm can HIPZ IS a dear. ll' anything ulmllt law you must Thfyugh in snme know She inspires great fear. Then He-lgesun you must see. ll if MR A F QAN ROMANI McPhe1son College Inetrumental 'ind Public Qchool Musiv -Xlkfxnsds tlh .ima Hes been dlvlax icualx und milling, To turm h pep it exeis game . ur o 1 i ? , , ! T . . 4. n ' o n Bethany Conservatory "' ' u ' ' - , ' l 1, , I K I 1 . . It makes two years that "Arr'hiP" Q To , ' ' J' S " -' 1" li R I 9 g ol V 9 I '. X' 9 9 4 '5 X Y o '- X .:, i2 5'L is s. ef. .. "" A " " ' 1 Tl-Ill W MM QEHAS 355 ' Inrvs . I-10 New IEE 2Z1Q5kQS!9f?fiR4Q2ENkpiP g IQ 6- Q VA. 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Qllass CU9ffirrrs . .N llf 4,'f,,' Qi President Student Council Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President Representative LEWIS KITTRELL HAROLD Mc-MICHAEL Pulls-ge General llnnur Society 45 Pres. Plass Vice-President 43 Senior Plans: Fnuthull 3, Orr-hestra 3. 4: Fontball 2, 43 Basketball 3. 4g LPI' 3. 4: Letter Club 4 ter Club tl, 43 Speednrs' 4. ' JOHN QUADE FRED THOMPSON College General Ark Light Staftfg Hi-Y Ili-Y 2. 3. 4'g Basketball 2, 3, 41 Glee Club 2. 3, 4: 2: Tennis 4: Class Sec. 4g Quartette 2, 3. 43 Opera Hnwlers 3, 41 Bible Study 2, ii, 41 Student Counc-il ii. 2. 43 Class Play 4. f ., ,, bidi - 'Sig ,fr ns.. s - fffblll '11 ' 95, 'H '1 Q ,gl f-G. 'L L..-'-91-,4-' ylhglxxq 6i""'w,,,f2MQ1Sis9: 2925 fivyywxwwkff- . eww, 'X .P fi, Q f 5bQr ' vita vu1'3'-J. if-H-.1 f ' Xilfu, "" ,S f 'Wai' -trek-" WRT? ' 'nMlI.Il!!L" Wllllglllwf' mum, V v yn, 'g'1-515' "fx '-' A -fill III uf x6 ' 'fl ,'-ff, - 6" E y -'41-' u'l"f.f --ff' 6, F ,L .' n :ff , . ggkgeaws '. x 5 u ,, 'Q '53'fv,"'l!1Qj"R THE MHQRUR 2 2ab'Kw"lv?5':'9"D'f . lm- f ll :mms ll N0 I V N, N f '..JCx9"'5z 4 , E RL . .RRISEY -1 s etb l 35 Intra. M. MAUDE MCCORD Athlet cs 3. General X ALBERT VVILHELM ' College Student Counc-il 35 Or- chestra 45 Band 45 Hi-Y 3. v1RQlN4A, GILBERT ollkge gfx HARRY POST College Student Council 2, Il, 45 Hi-Y 45 Senior Playg Foot- HAZEL KIRK ban 45 Tennis 4. intra. M. Comnmmal Athletics 3, 4: Letter Club 4. I .KP WI 5 OMAS ROY SMITH al General no b l 5 Track 2. 2, 45 Ie Club 2. 3. 4. Vvwr . 3, 4, - a - s LAWRE F ELIZABET MU-RRAY 0 . C0111 ' H Soviety 3. 4: Mir- Y. W. C. A. 3, 43 Sen- . Glee Cluh 2. 3. 4: inr,'Playg ss Treas. 2 Extempor. Spk. 4: QU2Y'- 'Glee C lm, 45 Speeders tet 2, 3. 4: Opera 2. 3. 4. Clu 43 pera 4. fn f,,,, Nt' 4 :. "' " . 'Q 5 mxxkml Xl ,f ez' lu" I T -":',w 'gk uwlxu levi' - ., Hlunnm 'Inu' 1-"' 1 v' K 'fi ' W.:-" 5' 3. '1n,,, -5 ?:-,Axis EQ fa if!-'42 NW , .43 mga. ,, I1 ,ul 9? fig- I i x - X Jgxg-. iikir 1 'TX fogklillll gel I . I X-L gr 'J .. - Nl '. " +7-,. W"-1 Q, 1? ag f. 'fgi lox 'l-ff' af.,- I Ill num s . SIN Q Q x i N gg 1 4 ,5wE-' I. 1 p x 100, 1 THE Mluuon Q lam... .nl 9 , . K . Ill 1 , l"l!ANK'ES S'l'l'IYlflNS4 FN General Y. XV. U. A, 43 flftllllr Hffim-er 4. MAX KIRKP.-X'l'RIf'K vullvge tin-lu-:4tl':1 2, Il, 43 lntr. M. Athlvtirs -l. .I ESS! E 'FK PWNSLEY Unlle-ge 'l'hril'l 4: Y. VV. V. A. -lg Spef-llers' Vlub -l. EAI MA S'l'l N'K'l'1 DN llvnvrul 'Phrnt J. -L A R'l'll l'R MENFIFI-IIC Gene-ral x W. V 1 .l. KA'I'H IRYNE VVAHLENMAIER Uullege Y. VV. C. A. 21. 45 Howl- ers 4. A IJICLE HARHINGTON Uullege Y. W. C. A. 3, 4g Speed ers Club 4. MAE LOUISE XVRIKHVI' Unllege Y. VV. C. A. 2, 3. 4, Spanish Club 25 Honor Su- viety 4. IIFILEN HUXVE Uullvge Ark Light 4: Y. VV. C. A. 3, 4. YVALTER GEORGE .. .V H l'M E Vllllvgv Hi-Y 2, ZZ, 4: President ut' Noplmxnurv Ulnssp Glee l'luh 2. I 1 I ,II v lktlwll .5 5.1 cz ' gf: .0 xmmwyxxwm 4 I F 5?-5 1 Ill p wi, s fgviknmkl weft X., I xv: QQ., ,- 'g E lr la ,J ' xx A -. 5 'mu UQ 0 sag 2' 7:-v myxl ' 4. -gf' .,.::.2 4- ullluuuuii 'ann' null h. N. 1.34,-,-r .E Lx ' 2 I -,--7. Q, n9"'Tiy1.,,,, 'ig 'ga 1- JN- -"" ' W-'GS 3 ' ,ig .. ,.1g'.ilnu:ql!1!Rp, , 0 i x : -- A ' :gf , - Q A 1 v W -. 1. f- .fx : ' 1.1 f-1 M Q mana '-.5 I xg . - , ,,. . qw. un, fm- .WRX W VELIWA YVHITTAKICIC ' Peneral NAOMI muf:N'l'I.INm-m , 1,,,w,,,,.S'l.mh 2' 3, ,v GF-nvrnl ' , X ' 'I'h!'ifY IE, 41 Y. VV. f', A. . S 2, 3. ' xlx I Q s W , 'LIAIW SLA .nr Qi l.0IhAg.t, if I HELEITI s'rm.FI's lli-Y , 4g Senior'-Play: fuupge Glee- Ulub 2, 3. 4g lfmrtlmll 3. ' ,X . K X. VELMA BOWBIAN 1 FILEN LANFE Gf"'P'al I Gpnpml I Gles- f'luh 43 Orchestra Thrift 2, 3. 4: Spnerlnrs' 45 Opgra 4' l'luh 4. ' BTILDRTESIPQLATIIFIR LA VERNA RUSH Latin vmb 4, ' K'mnrnercial DOROTHY MORGAN General ADDTYE 'PUTJAES Student Cnunc-il 43 Y. Y W 4f"'fAP"fQ,l Ag w. v, A, 45 Glee Cum 4. 1 .- ' "- 'w'f. -. --.. u '41 M , . if 5 E- 5151 f,- "1 +Z-- A xxxw-.1 52115153 5 aw? 575 Vbg3QmxxxxK9fxY45 ' fztsjgzaffa X!illi,.,,:"4-Z'rf5 kg!-QHQQYB!--"-.,.9'f5P2SxxQ-v --gf . M 'X Mluw' 'N?!!U!"97 ! z' . '- . .1 L .- . U 1 I 9,mx1sn.,,l,u inf: y fat 35,1 15-'sglg as 'ug' ,. limlllgjlq l: rrs :N v 'll lil '.4Q?',.,,gx4'k,: E f.sy,3pk?. Walt.. .. .4 sw! x ' ff 1-ff-,-11111, 451713 Z ' 413 ,gel .f' "-Uf 4 ' A 4 fQuuy.1,..eY- wif!!! .4 naw?--" ' FERN SNYDER College Honor Society 3, 4: Ark 'mg t 4: Mirror 4: Y. W. C. A. , 3, 4: Vice-President 4: res. Howlersg Class - Pla ' Vice-Pres. of Class e 3. 1 'V X IV N . , 'V w , r.. . -.7 In . ELAINE ELSTON College Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. 4: 1 Reading 2. 3. 4: lres. Glee Club 4: Class Sec. 3: Opera 2. 3. 4. MARGARET FRETZ College Ark Light 45 Mirror 4: Student Council 3. 4: Y. W. C. A. 2, 3. 4: Honor So- ciety 4. MAXINE FETRUW College Honor Society 4' W. C. A. 2.g3. 4, Pre. 4: Speeders Clu . Nh WX X U MILDRED CR E College Honor Soc . 4: Mir- ror 4: Vloll o 2. 3. 4 Orchestra 3. 4: Con- cert master , Class Play. IVAN THOMPSON College Honor Society 4: Editor Mirror: Quartette 2, 3, 45 Solo 3. 4: Glee Clllb 2. 3. 4: Opera 2. 3. 4: Football 45 Letter Club 4. f J. X P H0 ARD J. PIXLEY -College Honor Society Pres. 4: I-ll-Y 2. 3, 4: Class Pres. 3: Ark Light Staff. BILLY VASEY College Honor Society 3, 43 Chief Cashier 4: Mirror 4: Howl- ers 3. 4: Student Councll 31 Tennis 4. ROBERT LIGHTSTUNE College Hi-Y 3: Student Coum-ll 3, 4: Howlers 3. 4: Cheer Leader 3. 4: lntra. M. Athletics: Tennis 4. WILBUR SHOUP College Business Manager Mir- ror 4: I-Il-Y 3: Class Sec. 25 Senior Class Play. 5 ,fa I 5 1 mx fill lllllllllln tglxi'-r z I 2 pirgq XXXXXXXYWN X .f "C"" 'U 1 "", 'ii in QAY' ' 'xv' -., -J IlllV X uumI"' . W YJ. ku- A X F512 5 31 fi., 15, of f' X X 'x,:j Q, w '- 7' f ', FF? 5 6PZ" , 'Sa-:fi s isle:-wr' cw' . -su1:5-J- . -11"-3 X July, x9 'la X 'x ' C M , - M xx ,, I ' Nr 1 +E""l'? 'I mf, .'9:"x" .film v- Nui" .1-N. gf, , r n , ' H' -. 'R gym , MIDP. lr Z 1...-L ' N J - 9 I . es? , X91 . Q". 8 : , 'S C' X IW - fr- 'lu - f qs 0 3 -1 ez- og 43. , I 'll llumf, I H10 HELEN ALBEE Follegs- Ark Light 43 Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. 4: Gleo Fluh Z. 3, 4: Speeders' Club -1. VELMA DAVENPORT L'-alle-ge Ark Light Staff 4: Y. VV, C. A. 4. VHARLES SlLLS College Thrift 3: Student Pnunvil 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Senior Play ROSE HATHAXVAY Pmmnerl-ial Student Cuuns-il 22: Y. W, U. A. ll. 4: Speeders' Club 4: Group Ufficer 4. RALPH DARBY Uullege Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 SPnior Play: Group Offic- er 3: Track 3. 4: Honor , Soc-iely 4. HILL 1' IT :HAM C 9 Hi-Y 23, ' Group Of- ficer 4: uw rs Club 4: Vive. Pl . BERNIFFC SEARS General Student Council 4: Group Officer 4g Huwlers Club 4. 4 no J ZEL'l'Alg'RF1EAlAN General ' ,Thrxtt 23 Y. W. C. A. 2. Ii. 4g Group Uffimer 41 Glee ' .Fluh 4g Speemle-rs' Ululr 43 Ups-ra 4. . VVALTER PU'l'TER Col ge Senior L ay'-' C l'luln 2. Up a , Zi. 4: Hi-Y .. ul. S k. lay 4' -n"l Ulu l . MARGARETX TUVVNSUiEY UQHEQ , Y. W. C. . 31 xlntra- mural Hasl bafll Captain 2, fl, 4. xx .I , W-x M JN Q. 1 'ffl v , . .72 IP? f4o" mm Zfllluql'-V, .alx 4. !g,y3ExxuBQWL I G-365 ,ll -.1 ' as x xy .. -fu Hunnius mm -nl 1 YQ ' , . is 5 5, ,. ,,,.., - ' x , .' S E 3 ' - .- ' V .' XVILLIS THOMAS Font ha 4: Intra, IIELEN AVMANN Clive Ululr 2. 1 L1 - A RT 'l'l1rift II. A RLYSS SPR! NGKIATIG t'1nlle'gP Hi-Y 4, ZPILTA MANNIUN Gvnsfral 'l'l11'ift 2. 3. 4, :Sr , 18,25- uuu. .' : , ' ', '- -' , , M'xgQvg?.g6?aw, vii ,yyvnffgef My . '- 11211012 W- , N . RQ 10 em NQ5 GenPral ll RQ 'l'1'm'k 12. Zi, M. Athlvtivs 4. Unllvgre H VR MI'SSi JN Gvno-ral J, 4. I-IVELYN SMITH Gfbneral Thrift 45 Y. VV. U. A, 2, X 1 HUVVARD M1'llUNVELl1 Uollege Stuflvnt Council 32 lli-Y ' 3, 45 Glee Uluh 4. NELIAE MURGAN General Glen Ulub. ALBERTA BARR Uollegre Y. VV. V. A. 23 Glve Uluh J. 3, 4. HARULD S'l'HW'ART College Hand 4. ll T ugh 3 3 E I-E 36 7 myyxh 1. ll, Qs ta x 9 f X1 . f i W "-f".s fs.-SM--W' ' were' 1111 , 1-, Q, Y 5 S- , ,QQ . 1-illllllu ls, -Z.. 5 ns 5 dgixgftxgx uni? --' ' I ll r 0 ' 1 ' - s 1 - , 4 . so ,V - ' 5 Q -.04 J lnfllllllll Q lullllnn O . 1,1 9' 'f I 'qfafyx Q ed J Ka. y Q.,s. me f. F --.E 5: 1 Qi .a qg,Ns- 'fig qmfll, tx 11' 9 ig 'RX-3, Wax-' "3" ' ' Q. . gf ', 42'-H X-' :f X. ., M.,:usx1ulnp,,,n I -nab S :Cya ,v-fc .,Gg.g 'J It uny!l,,uIq ' -vw 1 X 0 - : - 'Q ' .4 -'- f ...Je-'fs 9 -M -- .f s Ji In 051 ' A " -e-. y l ALIVE YVAIJLENBIAIER l Fnllege l Y. VV. C. A. 4: Glee Club G ERTRUDE FITCH College Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4. CECIL RU S Culleg Wrestling 4 I r W' BER ICE RICH MUND ll4lllllll9l'K'lkll Y. w. C. A. 2. 3, 4. Glee Club 4. , .. f UI-'AL UHRISTULEAR Pollege Y. XV. C. A. 2, 3. flmf, ve ARULVI SHEARER Fullege Group Officer 4. ARTHUR STULFUS College A ggie Club 3. ff, ,CIIIQJA-UQ., NINA LUW General Thrift 4: Y. W. C. A. 4. PAT ROBERTS College r if - NURMA WALKER General Thrift 45 Y. W. C. A. 4. ' r - . xg nf 2 Q El Y-79 wuxxm efyily ll' I I g Po .J gbig xqmll 3 -sg! ,Xu f '4f mb: U 1, 5'Xylxxw 'La -.CQJ-, lDV M lunplil X I, . N 5gY2. :Q , ,J igsuqff- 0" " 'flx .' -3 ':-4'1.'!?"' Wx ,cfeyf V ' ""llu, 'QJQ5 l Q"'1i!+1xe5:-r ' 15" . . 7 'ie 1 ,.,,f'P . oNYm"'lln,, -Sex :IM figs, 39235 5' ji ,sr llllu Ili, P' Tr. JH lfxfafy'-sf Q'v,y ,QQ 900' nf' Qjof 3 'i7e':fJ"'I11,,"- THE MIRROIZ ,iwfeif 4 f !.!1l5s XM 1 CLARA CHAPLIN NICLLIE WALKER College General Y. VV. C. A. 3: Bible Study 3: Spanish Club 3, 4. PAUL BROVVN . Thrift 4: Ark Light Staff 1l,4pY, W. C. A. 3, 4. DlCK LAYNE General General Student Council 4: Foot- HVY 4' mee Cl'-"' 4' ban 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2. "Peru 3' 3. 44 Letter Club a, 4. Track 3, 4. LOUISE YORK LOIS BULL Commercial Conege Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4: Glee Ark Light 41 Y. W. l'. A. 35 Spanish Club 3. MERLE CHANDLER Student Council 43 Pres. 4: Hi-Y 2. 3, 4: Football " 3 4 L GEORGE BARTH Student Councll 4: Track 2. 3, 4. Yw College etter Club 2. 3. 4. College x alw Q 1 Club 3: Speeders 4g Span- ish Club 35 Typing Contest 4: Student Counrll 4. It H l Ll-I en CAROL NICHOLS College Honor Society 45 Y. W. C. A. 45 Glee Club 3, lg Opera 4. Q ,A Q .6 -'M llllfflllyo v fx- 3,,,. x 2 -r :I I 5, I' 1559 xmwiuxtlmxl ay, .rely lu, I -uf, kyyXl wget- X .-. 'f Y: -3 . 4 - ' Q . . - -- , ,, 4 X fs--ff 3' ' --Xxlluli A xy, X X g. ME f g, f A. 303 ' . -' 1- Ing, e53'0:N 5 .. 7 4 , gf XXX 4' , 4 .,,, P 1,5 2,01 .ff ' vi - wig. --e -' " 'Ulunnm umuI"' 5 QXKKIIU N l 4'-of -I Q 1- " -K ,J ,E-af, Q, H" 'Q-gas 1 'I 101, Tun Mnuzola M f Qllufw' l V JUE BLY Pgllpg-Q HELEN 1.1l.I.ls Ark Light Staff 45 Stu- CUUPEP dent Coum-il 25 Hi-Y 2, 3. Y- VV- P- A' 3' 3, 43 4: Senior Class Play? H0Wl""S Vluh 4- Opera 4: Spanish Club 33 Bible Study 2, GERALD XVRIGHT College Honor Society 3. 4: Pres. 4: Assistant Fhiet'-Pzlshiev' 4: Mirror Staff 4: Senior Playg Glee Club IL 41 Foot- ball 4, CLELA CAIN General Spec-ders Club 4. VIRGIL REE D General LOUISE .XTKINS 'Frau-k 2: Howlers Club College 1, Student Counvil 4: Group ! Officer 4. IRENE SMITH , , College- Doklb EESFES Honor Soviety -lg Speed- Genelal ers' Pluh 45 Group Ot'I'i4'er 4. , . N DEE HAYS BHAL CARIJER 57011989 l General Hi-Y 3: Intra-Mural 3. - 'rnrifc 3g Hi-Y 24 lntrza- t Mxural 3. 4. i Q . , V13 5 N , A ym:1,,,,,,2fH'Sm,-BQQE J'S'gMZ 3R.- l L 5 gy lin ' lg ,02?. f i 3,. mx v -,Q in 3453:-git ll IIIIIIIIIIJLEKCS Q-gldggxul Qgfilgiikz-' f :dv QS'-iw. . ' ymuu, v-1 ve ull u eg-1.'i'0 FHS QQX 'B vl Q9 Q2 u"f'f' 07 4 v lg, Q I up S 4 5 .-'ll - ' G 2, -1 E' 'ng' 1 x 'W Wx C '-EGM' 0101, WABKS MIDRUR 3 '1Y2"" xx".-Gr.. 4 S 'fl llllli! 'I HL 1 l l l HARRY MUNFIKAVIIG Unllege S1-nlur Plum: Play 45 tile-e Pluh Zl. 45 Tennis 3. GLEN RUSEBERRY General Thrift 2. 3. 4. OLIVE YOUNG Commercial Group Officer 3. DOROTHY LUMBARD Commercial Thrlft 3, 4: Y. NV. C. A. -v LEROY HORTUN General Hi-Y 3. . 2. 3. C. ROBERT JONES General Student. Council 3g Track 4: Letter Club 3, 4. fn iff? 3" ' LOIS AYRI-IS College Honor Society 4: Y. W. A. 2, 3, 4: Quartet 2. 41 Orchestra 3. 4: Glee Club 2. 3. 4: Solo Music 3 4 5 Speeders' Club 4: Opera. 2. 3. 4. ERMAL BROOKS College Y. WV. C. A. 2. 3. 4: Group Officer 4: Speeders 45 Howlers 3. 4. I-5, Y . - if 3 .. 'QJQQWITA FRANKLIN General Y:-JVV. C. A. 4. I WILLIAM LORD General ' Student Council 3. I , , f .4 'V LLL +f A. Q 4 ' 5 If 5 ,m,,,,, v .eil A 35,5 2 Q EVIXQ, uxxxxxxxm ci iffy' "I Il F-55 S g?' G lun xxiev QQ' WN lun Lil"-Q y. l V' J? A 4 i . E.4i'fxg' A l 6i.,f"ffff.,, -Q11-fx. e iU:f?q'a.f,,mxNl2 rfga, i 1 '-.1 If I ,Q ral -. 1 'xxx -fd -P flllllllllhi gluum' 'C I um , ,T Qs , E PM 3,3-2' za, .1 fixl, my 0, 'B' tffx W "'- e I. get, F "gan '1lulN,f'g , 'wa-f- W'0'7f'm9'w . MHQIZUR 'f?4.5'f1"'R Wi visfff? 7 X - ll ,J ' 'llgnw S' JERRY l'l-LHS!! General Hand Sl, 4: lntrq. M, Athletic-s -l. GRAPE CHICK College Honor Society 41 Y. VV. l'. A, 3, -l. MILISURN GEIST General Wrestling 4: Intra. M. Xlhletivs 4. fzfwr-M7 ,fy fr 1 fy. f-ff EDITH HOBSON General KATHRYN MARSHALL College Y. VV. C. A. 2. 3: Glee Ulub 3. lj. EDITH THOMPSON College Y. VV. C. A. 3: Thrift 4 1, 'i 1 ,J ARTHUR LAWSON General Intra.. M. Athletic-s Q Aggie Club 3. H E LEN AMI ES Com rcial Thrift 3 45 Y. VV. 1' FRANK AWALT General Group Officer 3. DUYLE GETTER General , M15 Light .4:LMTrr0r 4 Hi-Y-2, ,3, 4g Glee Club 4: perk 4. lflflll fx, ifgx 'E 1 91? xy 1 y - "ffm, -M0 , 9 sf: .aww .-9 -., -P I mmm' ' umA Z N ff.. SYSQAQCE fi'Q5af4f'sxfzl-'fixxiwi iff 5 V .N L1 iq, ' ' x3 7 Em 'J .ff X- :ral -f 2' " 'vu """'r W-Vfllll wer: Nw H,-N, ,, , ., - mum ., . H i y, V ww '.-' ': , ull Ill: .t wjuufl 'X .9 4 EJ-' l?e,J. ""' ' vllufi-Iri. A f ff ' 5 ' Pe - K ' , t' I , 1.4 1' ' 5 'Q S ,' ' X 141 ' r 'Q' :up fl N' '85 5 Q A V .J lrxlf Q 1 n an N x f w '-4 -.-.,-"'lq,f 'X 1445 Zig-43" mo' .- 'Iii' 4 mul' QLQ-UIIH5 ff' H H RAI A N HA liNI'I'l"l' College Stualent Council 43 Foul- Imll 15, 3. 45 Iiuskvllmll J. il, 4: Lvtlex' Uluh 2. Cl, 4, lluwle-rs Il. VIOLA HEAIIM Unllege Y NV 1' A " 'l' ll len Vluh 3, 45 Spanish l'lulm 1:3 Opera: 2. Il. 4. ICSTHER MCMAHA N Folnlrwrr-inl 'B' ' PAYE NONA CANFIPI General Y. VV. C. A. 2, 3, 4. HELEN KUNTZ Pnllege Y. W. C. A. 2, 3. Senior Cluss Play 4. l J 6' LID VIULA FUll'I'l'Nl-I v Uunllnerc-inl IIUNAIAJ AlUN1'ltll'1l" College 'Phrift 2, 3, 4: Speeders 4'IuIl 43 Typing Contest 4. ' x - N. X - 'V'--.3 . 'N'kx W, LA VUN FLICK tmxnnxercinl E-Hmle-nt Uuunvll 2. 1 PA 'l'H..ll'lA TAJII' D xbilullegev Y, XV X' , 44g Orvllvs tm 4. 5 f ' 4 Posnzl NE fox - '4L'nllege HQ r - Society 5 Stu - dent um-il 3. 4: Ark Llg Q Y. W. C. A. 4: Gle .x. uh 23 Quartet 2, Il. A 'CX rr 7 f l llll, 1 4" gf' nl -. P5 XXXXXXXW I hu 0 o QNX - 1, 'Il -.. -' S nw! ml . 3 Q 1 I sl g X v f nl 1 5 X 4 'CA UUIIIIIDBV' "llnuIunull ' S 0 , I - ' ' Q N V, J 5 ,F-L . I ,' U l. jfmz' 1331--,ivfs i'Q,?,75vx2:f"'glxxxNf Qi, . -f .J 4111, 24 K2 ' .'-' ' F ,- 'mm""Il1ln kg lb 453 '9""'Qjs ., 5 mllilll W 1 ' T 1?-,"'ll1, :hiv , ta swf? .'xt:xxK1",.f-3 t . , X " 15 K ' : . '-X GX ,M A-:?. "':1N 3,21 , 01. 'H :Qi I2 vt affix? ' r S X -4 -x -- " 'ff fm-0" X lml' u Ly MARION IBACH J ITA College Gen Honor Society 4: Y. W. . ' . 2. 3. C. A. 4. '.0 ENCE BENDURE H R Conege ELMER FREY General Ark Light 4: I-Il-Y 3: Glee Cluh 2. 3. Y. W. C. A, 2. 3, 42 Span' ish Club 4. J7 656, 6 A RUSSELL USMUS Colle EDNA B. STEWART Ark Light 1 Seflim' College Class Play 4: Debate 4: ennis 3, 4. ROY STALNAKER General VVILMA STEPHENSON Thrift 4: Football 4: Let- College ter Club 4. I. ax v t5..vi 4 ,- . ' -R CHAHLQTTED o'5'oNNUn College Student Council 3: Ark Light 4: Y. W. C. A. 2. 3. - H 4. X. HARRY HIME C General . Thrift 4: Wrestlin 4. f lHFlIlllllIlllE?X3LM!h .:g 23755 -,57"lr, 'uung'?'7 V 1 9 2 Z KtyN ,wt-la g-' , E599 Zmmnsxanxll was Iftxsg.-1 xx A I '1 'ws' 1 ' .- mmu., he -Q - , 'QQ' 'mg-5 Us ,,a , muulilu , w -410: X- MQ: 42.9 'fx' n"LHf:F '-Q' G Q ,, ,. THE MIRROR 2Qsf'5Q1,..w9fsfvr-" P 1 X xxx -1 V.-NRL VVAlILENMAIElI"'J MARGARET RIPGIYIRE College J Cunlmerc-lnl Student Unum-il tlg time Speeders Ululu Ii. 4 l'luh 4. N 'l'hl'1l't 3, 4. qt, 'gl EDWIN WILST, - u1,1vmcwvv.xuGoNmn General i 1 011939 I liuske-thal 2. 4' Lener1,, Iqmtban 35 Track 13' 4 muh 4. lkjl? S- I lntra. M. Athletics J, 4. ' - 1 P.. , Xi z' , f 3 ' 1 EJLVINI RUSS ' MARY RUTH BROWN General College Y. W. C. A. 2. 32 Howl ers Club 2. 3. PAUL I:-Ama W' 0f1.B'UCKLE cunege vl'f'm"H' Colm MALPOM LELAGBLD ,WITH College.. DMA P 4 Ark Llfrht Stall. K Y P J' l - CYAYR S9 , . rf fi. --- ' 'N- oe-if"f "Ulu, '47, wN Nx4'1?'?e55-1-v 3.5 5? f ll In 'lug lqliuuwgul x xx GORDON NEWTON .W xumu -'T' '- I fm "5 585:-E I f"T 9 'fam fgngjff Il-Ill MIRROIZ zqyf.v1wK".-fear gf ' ll H .4 gl mx ! .... I x f , X EVERETT BANKS General General Hi-Y 2, 3: Debate 3, 4. JUANITA GARRISON Student Council 4: Foot- ball 3: Basketball 2, 3: Captain 3: Letter Club 2, 3. 4: I-Iowlers Club 4. Commercial MARION SHELDON General , Y. W. C. A. ,4. ve '. W EUGENE FIN L ol Orc I ,,' Spanish BYRON CHAPLIN Club . Cpllege 's ISABEL WHEELER College ' Y. W. C. A. 3, 4: Glee ' Club 3, TEMPA COPPENBARGER General HARR DUMBELL General OTIS WHITE Basketball 4: Football 4. General Ark Light Staff 4: Editor 4: Mirror Staff 41 Glee Club 3, 4: Pres. 4: Opera 3. 4. lllhllll Kilim. , iff? 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E E A special orchestra, arranged by Mr. San Romani, played popular selections between E E the regular program numbers. 5 5 The Seniors will always remember this reception as the outstanding entertain- E 3 ment of the season. 3 2 3 E E E 5 E S i 5 2 S 3 2 3 S S S 5 3 3 3 : 5 0 C O ' 1 o U 9 Q Ui r-7 arm o Xp 0 -asf' li'-' " 1 '9 gf o , I A S! a. fm, - .-Al.-.. 9 . 7 .flzs f-. .en . 4 if-2 I :g1 .c65:zs,- fax zf in X . fi X, u -,IQ G K lf' vi' . ,u alia h I' I I llIlllliillllll5 fillll!F! 4 ,nv Top Rovs Effxe Lmdley Vhlmi MmConuell G VS Fdwlev Gwendolyn Das Smith Wu Rlchards Second Row Elizabeth Ranney Tom Smwer Faye Slater Morton Illery Irene Hemlemon Thlrd Row Lorena 'smith Bernadine Armstrong harl Rnlmrdf-: Pxelyn Young Ifugene De Nlut Plfth Row Edward Brady Kenneth Hxckman lflorenee Bybee Laurelle Bottomley Iold Noble Slxth Row Harry May Opal Agnew 13111 Halley Lela Blatchford Gerald linux 'sex enth Ron Dorothx Moore Harry Brown Geneva Garrison Rulxard Derr Elsle Allard c -gm e 6 03' , 1 0 42 .o 4.0 A ev 9 r so 0 ll' 1 an an pu -1 Qs in 1 1 1 X 1 X fb lu an at 08 Ol ..- ut ,un ,-. 7 an an bu on va an o- , 13 Bl our an Q' 4 G 1 i an 1 NI an av an can UQ an 'I 1 in 3 "' us an FY' E "' Q 3 2 8 an 3 1 Q Q .E "' - 5.3 o, In - o c 0 ' tc 9 , 13 Y. - - v- . Y , 1 . , - - , . . ' , 0 K. , ,- . f ' Q , '.,' L: ' ' -' 1 , , - ' ' - 2' . ' 9 ci Row: Raymond Broughton, Howard Bacastow, Lena. Buzzi. John Smith, Bernauline VVing1 Fourth p v ', Y L' V Q ND sv 9 ' Q N .- , 5 'Q Q 3 5 ' qv nf' , 1 px - .I I' V P - S12 sf -5, J if J v-gfi OO 9 O 6 P . ' an o ,ll 9 X - - ' , 6.5m , ..- 2 O 9 X . o lr 4, a . 6 4' 2 I' '1 O , 1 ' a U 1 ' ' A 350 ' Gi , h ' ar 9 .- 8 0 O . 0 Q I 0 0 ' 4 a i 3 S 2 i 3 E 1 X i 1 3 3 1 1 1 4 l , tb: : 9 ' 1 9 9 l ,, i 9 'Pop Row: lfranr-es lilnpf, Nvumirnw 1'un:e-mn. .!m-sew l'ul'k9r. Lm'nin1- Sprulll. Pearl Moriah, Q Sevond llow: l'lmr'le:-1 Urnzier, Paul Fox. lrmu White. Vlmrlvs lmrne:-1, Claudine ltlnore-. Third Huw: . q Ulareni-0 Foster, TIN-lxlm lirandon. Glivk Ormiston. Ella Jennings. llloyil Walker. Fourth Row: 0 lieeta Murrow, York Quinn. Kutheryn Henry, Lluyml Gilliland, Juyue Mouser. Fifth Row: William V Fralley, Rozena Morris, Leslie Graves, Lula Noble, ldlwsmil Mills. Sixth Row: .loya-e Kemper, Frank ' f Du Pee, Ida Andrews, Glen Frfvenmn, Grave- lievke-r, Se-ventll Row: VV:-Hley Grazler, Mazn Johnson. lmrin Foltz, Frzmnl-es Jones, W:il'r-r F4-uthf-ringill. l I 1-"' o " v - 'J 1' in -' V o' 9 'mn .V Q3 - ,Q -5 hp-6 - J' '. 2 . L Y D'v.- .5 u G 3. fs!! 4 a " K Q , ...,2,:- A . 1 ,,,,,.......-.-7:7---ef--3-F..-. A V --f -- u- .4 M , 7 5536 ,.- :Z Q -61? Q, pw ,A l .-,VZ I I, "lm, px sy ,E 55,1 ,Q .,,A,jign'x . V wk-h .1 .V I rs 1, V 1 .Jw,,.,.,A .. K 1.2 ,gm - W r' 'lsr' . ...mv 5 ,Em 5 ,V . 2 1, ,,,,,-,,, ... , I . -,f ..,,,.,QA, Q-Wh.-ffw 3, ,G 'y' , K 1- '2"i'Tl7'V-2--W1-W-M.,.."" . N13---A-' W4 'X' " 1"i'.1 l,-V 4: , . 1. .21 . fa fra E, H . L-, 1,3 -Q f 'fi 4. 'cj l L4 ' ,4 vi If Q 1 Q ,gl A 14 .4 1-.J xr' ., A f lil e . W 1 x. 45 QF, A ' fsff-1: . f ilvai -' 5' ' . ' I rl L, I 6 I 5. ' 4 lffi Q ifffl f I V' 1 : Q: . , . L., ' I Y fi. 1 W 45 J,-F4 l , . 5 1 l ' A 14 f ' Q ? ' 3 'I 1? L 1' I 1, . F ls 5 if 1 r :E E all . 5, i ': al l I , . . l - 1 .. f 5 A E ' - 5 . ' .V if E ?3 . ii 1 J v ig' I J' ' s 1 1 1 , ' g . 5' : l 5 E f il I2 V . ll new I g . ' ' Q --4 ' Rafi "M ,4 1 l B 'Q - . 2 . 5 First Row: Alta Johnson. George Clark. Marie Downing. Lee Jones. Nadine Lyons. Ser-ond ,ff 1 ml Row: Merle Richards. Ruth Gilloek. Carl Grey, Alive Nulivk. Lawrenve Mosier. Third Row: ff f,--fi Virginia Lewis. Robert Brewer, Lenore Gardner, .lean lmrels. Mildred Mr'lClliinney, Fourth Row: f Frances Koestle, Ronnie Smith. Garland Fussell. Mary Mc-Ford, .Iay Plumley. Fifth Row: Opal lf., 'L Bailey, John Bastian, Elsie Emey, Fred Gee. Betty Darrough. Sixth Row: Clara Hargett, Sherrill -of iinll Smith, Ruth Parsons, Hubert Thomas. Seventh How: Dorcas Smith. Hollis Landers, Fern I ' ll Messner. Arna Laura Pancake, Helen Pate-. ll ! Q ' x 1 I . wr- ffl l 75 -Wmfmf' , .-"'- . I . ,,. Ha. -32, l ,'.-,fbi mfg -Q e, .1 I F fn fl ' Q-.Nu-wa . N c. 'la' 2 9. fi Xi 'af' g '51 'N '. 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Elda Bnans, John Vvest, Bernir-e Fagan, Arthur Mc'Fadden. ,gil Fourth Row: Uharles Cluugh, George Ware, Elmer Griffith, VVayne Richards, Fairy Evkley. Fifth Row: Ida Andrews, Richard Derr, Iva Nellis, Virgil Seal, Goldie Shurtz. Sixth Row: Eva Turnip- "3 seed, Bob Kenney, Ruth Bernard, Billy Miller, Carol Barrio. Seventh Row: Lloyd Arnett, Fays- .5 Knouse, Merle Vvnhlenmaier, Esther Bishop. Bill Hirdzell. I ' ,A ,.,,. A' ' 4 e, - ' ' Q 14 , 'fn- ve , ,.-f . , ,. . , X ,, , 1 - 1 I W. .M ' . . , ,- : it ,V L n 3 ,l ,, - ag .,,l,1:gl.i:g:1e,.,1 52 ' - ffii-:f..' ' 5-M V' 9 0 A I W X , Uhr? irro W e .- I ll '7 ' 1 1" lml JL' w t .- 3 V 4 l 0 . 1 . A g 1 EE ' 1 if , , , - lv V! all j' li rl, li 1 gg -1 .P ' lb EE y IZ .Q fy 4 l v 4 I I I E: i ll li, it il, . :E ll gr Ji ll: al lui H in 4. . . ' A 9, 3 il, 1, , F ' 5, I ga 1, 2 5 ,, A l f ' l 4 0 0 First Row: Laura Mae Trenary, Troy Howiesen, Georgia Ml-Clung, Edna Rodman, Grave Sallee. G Second Row: John Lonneke, Evelyn Gillock, Russell Davis, Pauline Harrington, Beryl Beaver. Third Q , Row: Laura Du Pee, Amos Pollard. Kathryne Bly, Miller Harwell, Ernestine Young. Fourth Row: ' Ivy Hnlzer, Iva Nellis, Charles Morse, Fern Robinson. Floyd VVright. Fifth Row: Mildred Ferguson. Floyd Foster. Wilda. Mae Williams, Raymond Johnson, Dorothy Mather. Sixth Row: Joe Forbes. Vera. Le Unes, Leonard Gardner, Lydia Pannell, Henry Tuxhorn. Seventh Row: Ruby Wallord, Hubert Ferguson, Maxine Wolf, Ralph Tourhstone, Dorothy West. , ip , ' , q - 5 . iv' t ' o 'F Cf! 2iKf J gg ik 'I Q gases: ,E-JQQQQI, ig - , f . ' "pl lx, .f- , -. . ravi V 1 . i 1 v 'V , -. Qljf' , , Q , I '. 9 I9 . 0 . ol .7 V Della Dlckerman, Leonard Fuller, Ann Bucc-lmer, Lyle Newman, Mxlflred Hnrstman, Iva Mums i Ar Harp Loretta Brown Allan Haus Eva Young. Kenneth Fins-frm-lc, V 9 Oo 12.3264-5 Ef i! vhewff f Zi ?-.iiaifgf 'f -w 9 Q 1 0 C' I Q 54 le ' Q alivgbgef .. X o fx Y W' f'Q-vi! o I gg. 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Tl it 5 1 W 1 3 3-.lp ,lllllllllf 5155. f.-, 5 'S 1 h ' Qll 3 i 2 5 1 E The Sophomore class has carried its third of the sc-hool's responsibility to a 5 ' wonderful advantage during the past year. The class has been represc-nterl in all E school activities from athlvtivs to forensics. , At the beginning of the year the sophomores elected 4-apahlv lenrlvrs who havv g E flirem-ted the class through their hardest year in A. C. H. S. 2 1 1 5 As seniors we appreciate the work that 1ll9IT1ll9l'S of the- sophomore class have- Q - clone, and the part they have played in at-tivities. We wish them the greatest sua'- vess in their school work and in life. E 5 8 i 3 , 1 1 3 i E 8 2 " 5 3 S 2 E 5 5 l 3 Q 'L' ' l 1' o u -1 9 9 9 q! Op Y Y l , ami 0 ,Lb Wg W ,sy 9 guy' 9 'mg 9 9 'Sn L 153. :SZ 305 .511 4 -W--Q--. ,,-,-..,f. . 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'Y Q,,,4L1, -,ri i THE MIRRUR A Ai?EEfE'573i3 UU' - 19.1 .cf-524-1-frfixvax ff si e .g N 3.4, 9 . . le plm :H 'tuhent Qlnunctl Officers-W President.. .......... , - .... .- - ,.... Merle Chandler Vice-President- - - .- - - - - - .. .,- -Iv'1n Thompson Sec-ret-1,ry-Treasu rer- -. -- - - W .... Mildred Cruse The Student Council as the namt implies, is a council of representative stu- dents. These meet and hold spelling council with representatives from the admin- istration over problems of the school. 'lhus the orgwnization forms a direct train- ing for democratic. citizenship. Its purpose is not that of complete student government but it offers an op- portunity for the student voice to be heard on matters toncerning him. This or- ganization has functioned very effecti 'ely this year under the guidance of Merle Chandler. Bach year its purpose becomes more cherished by the students themselves. 'gag Hx 'Q ,ry- In: so is A a' :fn 92 ,s 1 C 9 fm on - 4 5 Q 4 ' r 14 S 1 1 A Q 1 1 I 1 'J s 1 C Y 1 z 4 ' H ' . S 2 1 l W 2 'I' 9 9 9 9 Q0 Op s ox 0 9 W . h . 9 0 '0- 8 w f- r . ,r ' 4. 4 7 t , 1 , C jgiozafmat r . af N q . 'X Y 4 4 fl J F 2 E 1 1 3 1 3 1 3 - 5 i 1 Q I - e z E 2 , Q - 3 3 f Q 2 4 , ' t - 2 H1101 UBI? Q. 1 H 2 I S . . . . . . . E" 5 A chapter ol the National Honor Society was installed in the Arkansas City ' g Senior High toward the close ol' school in 192-t. It is an honor to have such an , organization because such a privilege is granted only to schools that maintain a 5 high standard. E 5 The Honor Society is xery active in A. t'. ll. S. and membership in the Society E is the greatest honor awarded to high school students. A student, to be eligible 2 1 for the Honor Society. must rank in the upper twenty-five per cent of his class in 3 1 Scholarship: must be of honorable character and a leader. Only Seniors and Juniors 2 are eligible to membership in the Society and these students must have spent at 3 1 least one year in A. F. H, S. prior to election. Only fifteen per cent of the Senior 3 i class is eligible for election and this makes the organization all the more selective. S The only possible way to graduate with honor is through membership in the 5 Q llonor Society. This makes election into the society the ambition ol' every student. E l The honor has been conferred upon the following Senior students: Mildred Cruse. E Q Fostine Fox, Carol Nichols, Marion lbach, Grace Crick. Maxine Fetrow, Gerald E ' Wright, Billy Vasey, Howard Pixley. Lawrence Heesliu, lvan Thompson, Fern E Snyder. Mae Louise Wright. Irene Smith, Ralph Darby. Margaret Fretz and Lois E X 2 1 Avres E 9 9 At a recent election, four Juniors, Eunice Cann, Bernice Pagan, Merle Richards Q-, 9 and Jay Plumley were chosen as initial members for next year. 0 GX. 'fa , nm '0""?,'s 95, " 9 9 ,pr 9 ': .0 "x ' S-if if-4 , 0' . ' .1-I .5 ne, asa , 9 '7 La., - 150. 4 ,J- r lfnrl ffl is lx 63. 5. L J ,f. t il f-'ln I 1 4.1 7 -l , t l Ti , f. f ' f . Q L ' . Q lf! e Ayyf iff' - It fjl10M1"f0r " s' if 4 1 ' ..4 Q g ff- it rj . A iw- . cl , .L if ,Q 4 fi J D 5, Fw 1,1 I 7 1? i T: . l ., , t ig- an at . V President ,.,. .--M .g......... . -e.,--..--Maxine Fetrow Q Vice President ....... -.. ............ Fern Snyder F W Secretary---,.--..- .... -..-,---Frances Stevenson E 'l'reasurer---..----..... ....... ...,. - Thelma Brandon ' The committee chairmen are: Program, Nadine Lyon: Service, Mae Louise Vlfright: Social, Margaret Fretz: Publicity, Eathel Moyer: Finance, Zelda Freeman: Music, Lois Ay1'es: Ring, Helen Lillis. The sponsors of this club are: Miss Florence Waddell, Miss Olive Ramage, and Miss Mary Blair. 1 The Y. W. C. A. is a club not only for the building of at greater spiritual ideal. but for training along various other lines. The aims of the club are to promote 5 il feeling of service and friendship among girls: to make one strive for higher ideals: . to build character. By the aid of weekly meetings, closer companionship is formed among the girls, which helps them to further their efforts in reaching the aims of the L 1 club. At these meetings programs are given along many different subjects, planned P V r I to be of value to the various interests of the members. P E ' The social activities of the Y. NV. are always numerous. The most outstanding 5' Q affairs are tl1e fireside festival and the Mother-Daughter Banquet. At the Mother- I Q Daughter Banquet occurs the installation of the new officers for the succeeding year. L Of all the customary services, the recognition service is probably the most ef- fective. At this time the girls are taken into the club as members to become "Seek- - ers after the Light." W' . A obtain new and useful ideas for their club. If the purpose of this organization has ever been carried out, we feel that it has this year. All who have attended our meetings and socials have been entertained and at the same time have received spiritual. social and intellectual development. To further the interests of the club several girls are sent to conventions to oo O 0 E! Q 244-:is 7 1 tcgg 6 els v ' 4 Q 'e . gl . 4 1 1 4 1 l 1 'T' l .. 4 'Q' l 0 F . O4 O L: . 'f lf Fl s ' N 9 L " ' ' "L T"'? 'T-Thy" .Lf."'. 'TT"fW"" ' ' ' V Q- I- AK? "- Q-'ff-111111 I .wb . Tin AW KX if n--,N 'px A fi L r , xg" Xl- 0 ' ' 'Y , N49 ,,,,.LqV.i,-im' g ma., ,- I f T ty- sl V V I 5, W EC, tx " P 1 ri l 'W Reg I ' si ' v l +V wg :Ali 't A : 1 'srl . iw Ig Y VC, i A 1 1 F. bl , f 2 f! 1 F ja V 1 , :F T 1 .5 V 5 f it ' ' "' ' 4 I if? 411- il. if I Q' fi we n it Q! 1 I Y! . , 4 if 1 l,l'l'Sltit"llf.,-- , ,,,, ,,g,, , ,,,-,,,,, ,-,,,-liulpli llzirhy Q tl Y . ' -1 Vim--l'1't-:-sitlt-nt, W A-, ,,,...., , ,.,, l.:1wi'e11t'e Klee-slin L 1 ll . t' S4-v1'eta1'5'-- -U . .. -- ,,-. H ,..,,,.,,,. ,--,.lay Plumley v 2 'l'i't'ztsui'ei'-..-. --..-., ..,.,.., . .... ,-llowu1'tl Mcllowell ' Sponsors ,,.7 ,--, .,,.A,.,,... ,Mit Piper. Mr. VVells, Q Mr. t'ui'i'y unrl Wir, ll. ll, Lane if 3' Q. V , . I - 'l'ht- high ?4l2lllllill'li!i of the lli-Y wlulr nmke it one ot' the most iniporrtnt or- Q . gunizutions in the Senior High St-hool. lint-li int-inher tultes the plerlgre "to l'l'P2lltl, Q tt i maintain and extenrl throughout the svhool :intl t-oinmunity high stuntlzwtls ot' Q' , t'ln'istian l'll2ll'1'lt'lt-!l'.H As their slofran, the members take "clean living, vlean speet-li 3 ' 't - t-lean Sports uncl 4-lean st-liolzxi'sliip." 'l'he olvjertive ot' the boys is "health better- E I ' - - - - - H 1 - ' 'g 1 ment., llllllil ilCflllll'l:'Illt?lll. soul 9I1l'lK'lll1lPIlt :incl servive uvlilevenielit. 'lhe most ini- ' Il portant purpose ot' the lli-Y is to develop ll generation ol' all-rountl, well trained if .ll .g youths, who are Cliristizin in vonflut-t and relationship, as well as in vreetl and helief: f 2 gr to develop a gene1'at,ion ol' Amerit-an youths who will really set themselves to tht- 3 I ii stupendous task of weaxtiiig. maintaining' :intl ext-rt-isiiig the stznivlnrtls ut' f'lll'lSli2lll E . living througxhout the land. . i The lli-Y Club mt-ets on 'l'us-stluy evenings and nt nouns ol' 2llll!l'll'llt! weeks :nt F it the city Y. M. rooms. A luncheon is svrvetl at eavh meeting, ul't,e1' whit-h, :-zliori P 1 33 I lllllSit'kil Dl'UL1l'2lIllS or inspirattioilul talks hy prominent business nit-n :intl llllIllSft'l'S ot' , Q lgr' the vity are given, f gp 'Y' l . . . . . , ' Q31 In zlcltlltion to t'2ll'l'j'llly, out then' other uorlt, the llivl oliservetl the Week ot' 7 l'1'uyer1 sent cle-le,-gzzires to the State Hi-Y l'0IlfPl'Clll't,' at Munlmttuii und to the tlis- ' CW t1'it't t'ont'ei'ent'e at Winfield. The lli-Y Club sponsored u Futlier und Son llunquet O .f 1 in order to promote u closer relzltionship between the fathers untl sons. 'Phe we-ek iltw prom-eetling' Easter the Hi-Y held morning meetings for llihle Study. I-' S, This year has been one ot' the most interesting for the niembers ol' the lli-Y zincl 1-uvli one fe-els that he has guiiiefl sometliing: that will ln- ot' value to him in future L., yezt1's. N, , l ' f , I W k I .--l 7 "Y Y-lDT.! Y" - f - ve? hr le QQ? -W tl- C XKQI 'f W I 7 ,Xa I ans 3C5f2? l! if Y A , ' lf' C s 4 1 i' Ifrl 0 Edito1'-in-Chief--- CAIIIIIIEII Staff. -----------..------------- -----lvau Thompson Assistant Editor ...,..... .... I rma Kate White Business Manager ......... .- ...... Wilbur Shoup Assistant Business Manager-M -.,.. Amos Pollard Sales Manager ............. .H.. B illy Vasey Athletics .... ..- ..a.... Otis White Religion ..... .... M axine Fetrow Humor ......... Snap Shot .......... Literary ........ Music and Drama---- Calendar ,,.a.a... - Gaye Iden-. ..... Lillian Curry .-... Pauline Phillips- Ben F. Ogden-- - - -Margaret Fretz - - - - - - Fern Snyder - -------.-- Lawrence Geeslin - ---.---------- Mildred Cruse - 1 ----..---.--- ---Elaine El -vP't-f"+- Zllarultg Staff.. ston, Doyle Getter - - - - Chairman - - - -Sponsor -----------------------------Sponsor -Sponsor 49. -! vi i w A 4 K E 63 1 Y . O F O K 0 -5? lu' 5 Y 5 4 Y I .5 9 pt 45' mmumumn CG 0 I W 1 'A 'TY 1 Qs 1, Y 01. l r A. l a 1 ' l rrrhhlms ldilor ........ , , .... -., , f.., t it W ti Q Assistant lf ditor .....,,.f .... , .. ..---..-.. ...... .Ioe H15 Business Manager .....YY.....,., e,- A... John Quade Advertising Man-iger .A.. ...... . ...,--l eonard Longdon Phe Ark Light staff under the supervision ot Miss lnez Johnson h-is produced nriny commendable results this year. A regular semi-monthly paper hlis been tht 'mduct uf -- 'z - ,, ' . 'nc 1 instruftor. Despite the several li-uicliemps und+r which the 'Sc1'ibblers" have worked the Ark I ight has been suectssful from ei ery standpoint. Otis White. the temperament'- 'il editor has showed a journalistic attitude toward his work and in his editing. assisted by Joe Bly. has been instrumental in improwing the style of the paper. .Iohn Quade as business manager. has successfully steered the bi-monthly bark mer the 'inancial waves. onar .0l1,Eft0ll, vio 1-is em tl 'idver isin -1 move mar. cf- st rves especial credit for his consistent work. Along with the news stories and other rep,ul'tr departments ot' the paper several improvements hate been made upon the warions features. The double width editorial column is a valuable addition to the paper. Among tha.. other improvements effected this year the letter Home is an ever popular feature. Aunt Polly the broadc'1stinf.g humorous column has become indispensable. 4 room notes '- collected under the title ' lhrough the Keyhole", -tnd 'tre presented in 'tn interesting i -and humorous nrtnner. 'it e student body will be' ' ' - " ' , ' ' o Q, 'o' - .' ' 't' 'i tley, 'to co ,. U" "W Hs fl 1? as ve' 0 i 4 '.J 'W 4 te ' ' , O 'I It s 'l t - I I I 7' I ' Y K 4 , K K X pit 1 to opeiatn n and enthusiasm on the part ot both the statt nl l th ' i K C X A M v X J 1 X Y 2 ' . ' K I 1 v I. . Le dt' i xl I. kit ie. t g.l 1 lx r 1 I I K . I f A v 4 1 . - - All .ne Ar' ' K K 1 I i ' 2 . 1 ? Q o A. C. ll. S. loses valuable journalistic talent through graduatioii, but it is hoped 9 9 th. th s able to piouure .ts ettnlent .1 uioup ot pe pl- t I tht 0 9 stat II 1 eai me me o . , 1 A ' Q 9 9 , I.. ' - 0 ' 0 ' 5- , 8,79 oi 0 Y Z 0 fa oi!! 4 wi. " - s-44 LQ-' - - 5 I eva ical The Qwhalxsas Halley - A year ago all the activities of the eight schools in the Arkansas Valley were organized into an Association for Inter-scholastic contest the total contest being a case of equal division of points between Music Forensic Athletics and Scholarship. This combination is fast proving the Arkansas Valley League to be one of the strong- est in the Mid-West. saasmemsas , ,a iiiusinz mth Zfnrensir Qluniest. The Ark Va.lley Inter-scholastic Music Contest was held in the Wichita High School, April 2. Ark City went up with high hopes but all those concerned will remember the circumstances and results. VVe placed fourth with 1915 points. How- l I 11 I' cb Q 94: v I L ' ' -gg :H ever, we received n1uc11 congratulation for the Girls' Glee Club, the Boys' Glee Club, and particularly for the Mixed Chorus. Two firsts were won: the Boys Quartet ' and Lois Ayres in Girls Low Voice. This makes Lois second conquest at Wichita. Other placings were Lawrence Geeslin second in Boys low Voice' the Mixed Quar- tet third' Jeanette Boger third in piano' Mildred Cruse third in Violin' our Mixed Chorus second. 'a' 4.9. 'Q-Q 0 ua in me u-- ' 2 U . m Q O 3 -1 .E . S7 . O CD D- ao 52' 5' . .' F' +4 ' E 2 ' '-L 3. Q N -Q F9 -4 N -4 SI. . 4 fb ps: Q - Q N . Ei 5 . m an .k i Q N 5, : V ' 1 9 A o . S: ' 'Q . 2 i Ii '. M 1 1 ,k '4 Q Q 3 W. 9 2 o 0 5 CD - .24 . S 3 u g 1 Q 2 , 'U 55 to v. Q -f O 0 -,- -B .." I m ll no " ' April 8 and 9 we again entered the annual Southu estern Music Contest. This year there were more towns represented than ever before. VVe took scond with 43 points. Our placings were: Band and Orchestra respectixely second and third. Girls Low Voice third' Violin third 'md Piano second. Firls Quartette second. Boys Glee Club third. ' illllllllllllllll A cup was won for first place in Girls Glee Club. In debate this year we had an unusual situation in the Southern Valley that of . a triple tie. El Dorado was finally awarded first place by a special committee. The third week of Februa1'y our oratory representative Lorraine Spruill spoke at Hutchinson on a Phillipine question Imperialism In the Balance. We are fortunate in having such a fiery speaker for next year. March seventeenth in Arkansas City the Ark Walley Declamation Contest mental the results were declared by all the Ark Valley schools to be very favorable for the continuous of this new form. 'sw 7 I in y. if A fm s .ae if-ik. -' 135-fn.. ' w ' c X 711127-915'-For Q. IJ ' A iffi rf? ' 5 lnusir muh Jliurvnsic Lluarlpvs. r U , 1 IV fm C4 U JA 1 A b . if 1+ I yr 1, YJ' - L . if fr? I Zi ' p 1 fl X 211 if l!' A 'l Utd 5 Lil-, r li LILLIAN CURRY BEN F, OGIJHN , T I Orutory IM-'hate 1 E J , , I I I I , HXCIIIDOIWIIICUIIS Spkg. Qg 5 V7 Interprvtutivv Reading FQ I , Plays Vg I ,4l li A 1 . rf' H' ,,. ,Q . X4 ,:. ii 1 -If ' r . 'll ' 'fi .1 j 1' 1' ,I' ,TQ ,X IJ' ,, W. f, ,741 ,N ,Q Ill li, rf' . I U, s , 1 U s ::s g,. I , ,Al L, an 153 1 1 H3 i: :il .ll if' il? z.i ,pg 1 KJ V f O HOVVARD FELDIVIAN A 4 Glee Clubs ' O Qual-rms A. SAN ROMAN! Q, Umm,-H Hand ' X Orvllestrzl f -- xf 4'-1' 1 ', I Q4i4e5sT'QF-252 4,g4' 7'5'513g'e2r4'l QU ,O J ' o I G 1, l i- ij 'l l ii X, K El ,, .til Vi ei iii iff il 9 CN v ,an S! girls' G nariei. First soprano, Dorothy Alleng Second soprano, Bernadine Billings: First Alto, Lois Ayres: Second alto, Eunice Cann. The girls' quartet has been one of the most popular musical organizations of the year. They have appeared before most of the important clubs and societies in the city. We are indeed fortunate in having such girls as representatives of A. C. H. S. They are to be congratulated for their group persoualty and luckily only one, Lois Ayres. graduates. MAXIN li YVOLF ' V og 0 Accompanist o tg 0 '- 5 Qi S T . ' -4i., 1ssf' . .4-f. A . ......-..... N... .........Q.L.... 4 ' . 1 - . vvvv W Q fa Y 4 . I . ii 'lf' ' rr' ,L , Q., jjhc ffor 7fs - U ' D ". gi 1' Q ----"'1"'Qj7'N:??0 ' T I """"- ' " I I I? P -N - , ,i V 5, i "7 s 1 4 I i 1 4 O ' 0 X Q .... 1- f ' ' 'X 1. Illugs' GQ11a1'ivt. lvuii '!'llUIllllSUll,,,, ,,.,.,..., First 'l'eimr .John Qllklll6---. ...,...,... Second 'l'e11or liziwiw-live Gm-sliu ...... --rl"irst Hass liilly Mills-r ,,,,.,, ,,,,-...,-S4-vniitl lizlss "'l'he- Buys' Quartet is :mei llI'U'ZllllZilfl0ll for whirh we- iivvvi' nf-val tu zipulngizm-," uid Prinripal Funk. Indeed. tliruugliout the your, this Ul'2'lllll7il.ll0ll has hue-ii in cle-mzuitl lmth at st-liuol and in the 1-ity. So popular ws-re the boys that they wvrv :ulnptwl hy tht- Kiwanis Club as their favorite protegvs. Again the merit ut' this group was prow-cl when it plat-ed first iii the Ark Valley contest at VVit-hitzi. il worthy ziwmiiplisliins-nt lll l'0llSid6l'Rlll0ll ul' the stiff r'oinpet,ition ofl'eretl hy the other svliools. The three who ,'i,'l'lldll1llP, tleesliii, 'l'l1uiiipsoii uml Quzulv liuve wt-t-ive-tl tlirw- ' V9ill'S of training' that has clevzelopeitl at group pmwsuiizility illlil quality of voire thzit will be hill'd to rvplzufe. The exvellent low buss. llilly Miller, is lvft for :uiutlie-r ye-ur. ' 'l'hv Sl.Zlll1l2ll'd set hy this ye-ur's grmip is at wortliy wmv tuwural whivh zu iivw gruiip I may nspirc-. lllCliNIClfl FAGAN Avrnnipzuiist -6' lg ll P t fi ,L I. P. 1 1 I I l l f I s I s if Jw, r O O 5 I mmm: p 'Q' :W 1 1 I .Q , l l 1 , S l 1 , . ' . I ' U , K., A Y Y , 1 1 . , v Y J , . Y . V y J V i 1 , V I 1 1, . sl ' V v I Wright, Barbara Oldroyd, Hazel Spohn. .. . . . . . . , t . Q i , ' ' 1 ' rr l m, l l V I .. ., I , . J Q S t I l z l C 0 CN, 1 , ' 9 Q e. S A ..-.. A o V ' :ll C5315 C5122 QI Iulv. First Row: Mary Kathrine Vaughn Cleo Newman. Ruth Pyer. Vera Nold, Mildred Judd Mar,.,a1'et Ambrose Margaret Broun Elaine lfllston. Second Row: Marjorie Spain Viola Heahni hunire Cann. Alberta Barr, Margaret Lotton Edna Rodman, Margaret Bryan lois Ayres. l'hird Row: Helen bills. Kathyrne Bly Pauline Funk, Velma llowman, Oleta Osborn. Doroth3 Huffman Flizabeth Murray Bernire Richmond. 1' ourth Row: Dorothy Moore Mary Ceeslin Mary Shannon, Dorcas Smith, Aileen Sears Bernice Pagan Larol Nic-hols Laura DuPee, Bernadean Billings. Last Row: Helen Albee Martha McKenzie Patric-ia Tig-he, Elsie Penfield, Dorothy The fril'.S Cflee Lluo of 27 was the beet lnlanfed Glee Club sim-e my experi- tnre here' says Mr. Peldmann. l'hou,,h the girls did not appear oxtensively in public, good dramatic ability was shown in the 'innual produvtion, "Martha," They won first at the Winfield contest and indeed their most beautiful rendition of Qnow by Flgar will never be forgotten. XVe are glad to note that most of the members are Juniors and Qophomores. 1.-s 9 'J f 9 A ol" o n .,. s- ' --44 19?-...f 'r-S .en - 4 F4 1 l . - D - f, . e 'yay' e i . , - v -5 - ' c ...E rror , l , in :idk O N MN Q - U " , G si of , J . 2' 1 , All 'J pg ,. . A 5 6 l 4 r 1- Q1 4 J ,lx 4 Fl Q15 l, Ei 6 l V . ' . i ' I ' i if ll! I I xg ll , l, 11 2 ' ll ' ' C61 CEI h T 2 ,. 1 - it 3, ggugs rv 1 ll . 1 ' 1 j I i l"irst Row: Frederick Morgan, Ned flongdon, Ivan Thompson, Clifford Christolear, E Ivan Bright, Gerald Wright, Lawrence Mosier. Sevond Row: Jack Roseberry, Carl Wahlenmaier, Clarenre Kidwell, Elmer Griffith, L Hubert Ferguson, Billy Miller, Lawrenve Geeslin, Doyle Getter, Walter Cutter. 1 F Third Row: Richard Parks, Howard Mvljowell, John Quade, Acc-ompanist, Dorothy W 1 T' Moore, Billy Henson, Preston Shoemaker, Frank Duljee. Henry Tuxhorn. 5 1 Lust Row: Mr. Foldmann, Gleen Freeman, William Walker. Courtland Davis, Otis ,N White, VVilliam Slater. Harry Moncravie, Claire Birdzell, llubert Thomas. E 1,1 The Boys this year made up for their weakness in number by their music' and spirit. The balanre of the "high" and "low" parts was wonderful for a high school I 5 tllee Club. They are also to be congratulated for their singing of "The Old Road" f Q, at Winfield and Wit-hita and especially upon the "Drinking Chorus" in "Martha," And Umirabile dictu" there is left for next year an exvellent second bass sec-tlouf '- ,WE an feature so unusual in high school. 1 I 1 . l II I I I 1 1 V I ' 1 L T, . 1, Q 9.0 C ' 'H Sb G ,X O 'V' u n f -"' Q 'Hz' ' We W V9 If 0 1-r -if id! 0 S! s ne- hi 927 1:9-1 .ef- '7371 " ' s 0 ' ""' L 9 xl ' t""""' II+ '52E':- sit if l., .lf Qglrnltesira. li ! ' E l 1 1 l Ig, I l l 3 1 r 'E' t'oncertmaster. Mildred Uruse. Violin. Mildred Cruse, Murray Meeker, Velma Bowman. Gertrude Frazee, Rayniontl Nl'OlllJQl1tOll, .lack Connor, Lillian Knietller, William Brewer, .lack Cornish. Lovina Camp, Ken11eth Houston, Pauline Goff. Thelma Knight, lvlurline Moore. Ralph Olin. Opal Stebbins, Marjorie Venice, Roy Buckle. Cello, Jesse Parker. Lois Ayres. Trumpet: John Hall, Jesse Lord, Richard Parks. Trombone: llaurelle Bottomley, Howard lihoades. Clarinet: Thomas Smyer. Charles Broderson, George St. John, Lorraine Lawson. Bassoon: Orin Kniedler. Oboe: Kenneth Finefrock. Bass: xvOOfll'ONV Fameron, Eva Jeanette Boger. Horn: Max Kirkpatrick, Albert Wilhelm. Drums and Tympani' Walter Probst and Harold Mc-Michael. Piano: Dorothy Moore. Out of 11 city of comparatively few musical resources, Mr. San Romani has built up a school orchestra worthy of praise. Last fall the school added several supple- mentary instruments which greatly aided the balance of the orchestra. The orchestra has furnished programs for all the special chapels and all of the school plays. Their crowning achievement was their excellent accompaniment to the annual Opera t'Martha." They placed third in the contest at Winfield. 3391331-fe d ' O"fe."7 O O I '1 'I' "' 'F' '. 3:5.ff-.,igLj?, ,iw V-J 5,1 92 ., 1,. "ff '.er. t 4 l tl i7'T'l I , .LZ X s l . 1 W - Q l li 1 T 11, t ' v odgfraaile o f 'as Cdl W V CB' 1 l e 59 Egzmh. First Row: Walter Ranney, Elbert Bly, Owen Gibson, Phil Haskell, Lloyd Pickett, William Frailey, Donald Hickman, Jerry Crabbe, Harold McMichael, John Hall. Richard Parks, Junior Kiesow, Harold Stewart, Jesse Lord, Jay Plumley. Second Row: Joe Bennett, Kenneth Reed, Kenneth Engleman, Bryan Coyne, Russell Davis, Charles Broderson, Jack Bowen, George St. John, Alva Herlacher, Walter Featheringill, Lorraine Lawson, Sherrill Smith. Third Row: Earl Jukes, Max Kirkpatrick, Albert Wilhelm, Howard Mingle, Woodrow Cameron Glen Mavis, Kenneth Houston, Kenneth Finefrock, Walter Probst, Raymond Broughton. last Row: Harry Brown Lourelle Bottomley Howard Rhoades Robert Frailey Robert L osper. An organization essential to the pep of the school is the Band. The Band under the most able leadership of A. F. San Romani has ever been faithful in sup- porting the sports of the year. They have been delightful surprises at all the public parades and show up very favorably with both Chiloccos Military Band and the Lity Band. As a new contest was introduced at Winfield this year the Band enter- ed. They took second place narrowly missing a cash prize. Fhey have also played at numerous openings in the City and on all legal holidays and official celebrations. Q" .vs 32 27 Ska-Q ef. "" ,Lf .rl .i 3 ga 490, -4 r., . . ff 4 Q E A O M 1 l , 4 . ll w 4 r 1 , . 1 1 ? Q 1 9 , Qa Uh' mirror C U K ClD1'zIh1rg mth gEXfB1l1PU1'ZI11DU1I5 Sprztlaixrg. A k i . v , 1 KJ MAY v 1 cl ng LORRAINIQ SPRUILL 5 LAVVRENCE GEESLIN. GEORGIA LONG H, 0 0 , X ... 5-a . ..' 1 2 .is -46' f . ff .. ' .1,,1,, A 9 gg o o -. . - . '- A -D ' o 9 , a v... X fjhewilffor r ,,..:uQ. .Q .1 Q if . N . , 9 if Q Q T." W' "2 ,. - GB1:z-xtnrg- The Ark Valley Oratorical Contest was held at Hutchinson, the second week ln 42 February. The orations, original compositions of not more than twelve hundred f words in length, could be upon any subject. 3 From the fifteen participants in the local contest, these four were chosen for ' the finals: Georgia Long, Lawrence Geeslln, Lorraine Spruill and Albert Wilhelm. The winning oration, dealing with the Phlllipine problem, and entitled "Imperialism ' Q in the Balance", was given by Lorraine Spruill. 9 'I In spite of the fact that Arkansas City dld not place at Hutchinson, the results rj I of the contest cannot be measured by our record in the Ark Valley, as many ' t of the students who tried out ln the home contest will be hack again next year we U h o may rightly expect some winning orations. . . ef . Vg . xtempurzmenus Speaking. I 0 gg The second Extemporaneous Speaking Contest in the Ark Valley League was :E S held the third week ln November at El Dorado, and, as usual, Arkansas City was 2 1 -s well represented. s In the classes conducted during the fifth hour by Miss Curry, subjects from ,,, E 3 the World's Works and Outlooks of July, August and September, 1926 were studied. 5 2 From the fifteen participants in the home contests, Georgia Lang and Lawrence 3 ' 3 Geeslln were selected to represent the school. At El Dorado Arkansas City won gg third and thus earned two points toward the scoring in the League. E 2 Much Interest was displayed ln the contest this year and because of the fact 3 3 E that such work cultivates quick thought and speech, and ls a growing activity, much 2 3 , can be expected from next year's entries. E 2 - " 2 S ,, 2 S 5 r E 7 E ' 3 - 2'- ,E 3 3 r 2 3 - 2 5 o o J C, 9 o 0 o ' V v fm U 'tis 9 'J 0 Q ,Q-' fm , Q 15.51 , my o.. o n at t new M xi x N04 asa ' 4 - pn is C-552-'1?',,6 iI ' 3525332 xfg J I4 qterpretairfw Qfieahrng zmh Rebate Q--. . 4 I I sq. .0 fJ I' I AINF FI QTON RI QQILI I AI QMUQ LYDIA PANNFLI I FLANI7 QIVIITH WILBUR QI-IOUP N 6' ltr!! V ' Q 133- I"a 4952 - jmmnnmmmnm mmmmmn mmm ' I Q .4 5 V ': , I u A I, I C f F 'X' I , , , A I .. l L Q I 3 Q. 'V h o P 02 7 'Q A Q I fd? ' .- 4 11Insnu11nauaumuibmmmmmmmununmmmmmmnu 1 Y - 2' -5' 5 ,5'.-my c . f. O , . O-eww Q . .. ,..sar-1. -.ev i-lgsxi, .IKL N15 0'1- .gv v. 4' ' I , 0 4 . 'Z N 9 .0 s Alnlerpretatrhe nailing. 4. o X x o o ' This year the old style declamation contests were abandoned and lnterpretative . o . reading was adopted. This newer activity features reading from a manuscript, in Q which thought is the desired end, instead of spectacular demonstration. . Elaine Elston represented Arkansas City in the Ark Valley Contest, held in , I. ' the high school auditorium here, March 17. Each contestant was given a choice of 9 three readings. After choosing the one they preferred they were given thirty ' Q minutes to prepare it. The coach of the various contestants acted as judges but Q 9 .i could not vote for their own entry. Ark City placed second, Hutchinson won first .0 Q and Newton third. V Although interpretative reading this year was held as an experiment it was a ' ii 9 most successful venture and no doubt it will become an established contest in the g A s League. Q l O 0 . O 0 . I E . E S 2 5 Qgehaie 5 E 4' E w : 3 E Debate is one of the important activities of school life and this year's squad E E has indeed been a credit to the school. 5 E The question for debate was "Resolved that there should be created a Depart- 5 -2 ment of Education with a secretary in the President's Cabinent." Russell Ausmus E E and Leland Smith upheld the Affirmative, and Lydia Pannell and Wilbur Shoup, E l 5 the negative. E t E In decisions, Arkansas City tied with all the rest of the schools in the Southern 5 E Division and so lt was necessary to count points. In doing so, El Dorado was given 2 2 the championship of the Southern district. E 1 g A post-season debate was held with Ponca City High, our negative debating E g their affirmative, at Ponca. The negative received the decision. 5 g Much credit is due Mr. Ogden, the coach, for the splendid instruction and help E E given to the teams. : 3 2 5 5 I 1 2 s 2 S 3 2 S 3 E "' 3 3 x - O . O 0 I 9 -4 fa' ' Y A .ge "m .A ' A "1" 9 Us, - Q ,Q 0 ar" o 'vm . 8 Q 5 'D 0 to V .1 A . 4 ssf 1921 S41 :Y w- Q-fl. LN-. -f fp' X L S, ' '4 If, I D Us :Ji F 51 34 'f' 7 f . 3. , e f o W 3'-jf I A W b -f A K bg'Q'-.5'-"gif, 'I we Ml i771-f,,'j"Qffe7I., YQ Il ' H, , 17? I I 1- F, i. 'I' , r Q ,YI . Egg H I J, , if I lu I Q . I 4 1 A A ir 5 ge, I ras il r -1 i 1 fi I if Iwi! 2 T E 11- . . - . n I it f ,L Ei Qivhvfw ,i'He ?muhppr I 'TI I ,L ' E V I L :I Icp: T lf Lllenst F 5 I if if George lVlacFurland of New York City---Claire Birdzell A , Arthur Sole. a detective ...M. ----- -- --Ned Uongdon if, Il 3'I Tllornlon lfrown, a friend ol' ,gig F Q MacFarlz1nd .......... - --William Walker ' I if "Buck" Kammon, the sheriff-.U ,,.. Albert XVilhelm V JI 'ASUIIDU Calloway, a desperado ..,... Frederick Morgan I E "VVrenn" Rigley, the jailer----- ----Glenn Freeman : William, Macl"arland's valet---- ---Lorraine Spruill il W f Dolly, lluck's dau,2'hter---- ---- ---Nadine Lyons I 1 Martha, her aunt ------ ----Marion lbach ' ' Violet. Simp's friend---- ------ ---lflluine Elston . -I. Mary ,QF 4 On February 3, 1027 the Public Speaking Department presented at most humor- ,I ous four act play, "Believe Me Xantippef' The audience was carried through F spasms of laughter. especially by the Usonorous guffawsn of "Buck" Karnmon. 5 I,5,1j The plot circles around a 310,000 wager between MacFarland and Brown that I ' EQ' MacFarland can escape capture for one year after committing a crime. The humor- -' A ous situations result in fi shift to a western jail where MacI+'arland falls in lover - U with the sheriff's daughter, Dolly. MacFarland. after much had luck, finally wins pn. Ll the 510,000 and Dolly. I Y. X 'v' I I I I F ' x i We -16253 Q-2.1 lmir I E?-QELV ri ag A ri' lf? tail .4 4 15+ QW 1, 41 ull tt: 1.1 ,1 11 4 ' 1 1 1 ,A 'I 1 4 4 I b 1 I 2 4 J all fill ,K -I LFE1 l fi! W IT? fat ': It !,., 111 1 . 1 13, 'I l1 in lgi lf? it It tw fl is-WAHSTQ1, 1- W1 I fr 5757 V ,gif?"'W7" ' Y' T -.331-O " H' 1' v, , we 1 a 4 ffl 2-" i l vu .5 is P pk UQ t 1'-. 1 . U 'll l if it l i, P , 1 1E 1' Sruiut' Class lllmy X3 gl , Q ,r -l l "Ely ,i'l'la11 from ir'luuu"' FQ! e. , ',, qt Booth 'Parkington :gf Ilrnnnatir llcrsunav Q'-if Mariana. Materis llotel-,-, ,.,.. , ..., Elizabeth Murray Li Suzanna. XVaitress-,, ..... .... a ,. ........ Helen Kuntn 2 ltebiere, Secretary to Grand-lluke w,,,, Russell Ausnius Z jlt The Earl ot' llawvastle ..,, , ,,,, -,- -,,VVilliam Slater I j' Uotntesse de Uhampifrny .,..Y. V., .... Elaine Hlston l J The llonorable Almeric- St. Aubyn-..--,,,,Walter Putter I ll llorave Ilrangzer-Simpson- ,-,,, , . ..,,.,,,. John Quads- 1I Ethel Granger-Simpson, ,..,,A, ,. .Fern Snyder l' fl Lady f'1'1-eeli, Sister-in-law to fl Earl of llaweastle---, .,,. .....-,--Mildred Uruse ,R The Grand Duke Vasili Vasilivitc-h .... llarry Monrravie 1 ll Daniel Voorhess Pike, The Man from Home A.., Joe Bly T 1 1 1 lvanotf. ...V. -,, ,...,.....f...,...... -,,WlllJlll' Shoup Two Carabiniere .......Y.,. Gerald Wright, Harryljost 5 ' Valet to tl1e Duke-, .,,,. .. .... ,- .vH. ..---Ralph Darby 1 Staple Manager ..,vH --- ,.,...,,,f,..m. ,A'l'ed Sills 4 Wardrobe Manag'er,-- ..,..... . --Margaret Fretz Business lVIanagerA--, ,,...,....,.,,,, VVillian1 Vasey I "Mgr iirlam frum Munir" f . ' 4 This year's play. again a Booth 'Parkington play, was much heavier than the mf usual high school play. The story is of the never-ending struggle between na- ,, ,1 tional eustoms and traditions. Apparently, Aulerit-an humor won, over Old World 'l l, 1-onventions. All the parts were admirably played from the stern austerity of The N-I Earl ot' Haweastle to the American nonc-halant-e of Pike, "The Man l'rou1 Home". The stage was well set, too, representing the balminess of Italian Suinlners. Char- arteristivs noted were the humor and ''happy-go-lucky" attitude ot' Almeria-, the , 4-omedian of the story, the dramatif' appeal of Ivanoff, the eonventional Lady Ureeeh, ri fx: the vivacity ot' the Fl'G11l'll Countess and the Italian maid: and the simple eharm ot' I ' the Ameriran girl, Ethel. as opposed to the American "haste" in her brother. Horaee, sf- "'I'he best play yet" was the general vomment from both patrons and students. x 1 J f'i ip- , ,K the authoratire Grand Duke, in disguise, 1-humming with his Yankee friend, Pike: ' . 't I t Fi c 94612524 2' 1 9 2 7,L2X2.'1'7E?.,EJQGWLE7'a., '1 - .J- I 'YI FI 'Y -.A -4- I 3- A .1 T c vi " ' "' g 1 "1-j"" ' 'U 9 Q' C5 Alt zYQ " e-E43 'Q 1' 0 W o LI o Q 8.1 fl gf ' 9 1 g O K 0' il It 'O Q QB cc H a ff ' era artha ON " BY FLOTOW Q ' ,. 95?-Elk 0 3 A .DRAMATIS PERSONAE If s Lady Harriet Durham, Maid of Q Honor to Queen Anne ...... Dorothy Allen, Soprano. K o 6: Nancy, her Waiting Maid .... ...... L ois Ayres, Alto Q., Sir Tristan Mickleford, Lady h . I-Iarrlet's Cousin .......... .- .... Billy Miller, Bass o A ' Plunkett, a wealthy . ' young farmer ............. Lawrence Geeslin, Bass ,G Q Lionel, his adopted brother, 'cy , , afterwards Earl of Derby .... Ivan Thompson, Tenor 0 'a an an , Q :fm :I The Sheriff of Richmond ....... .-William Slater, Bass The Opera "Martha", presented March 11 and 12, exemplified the finest ln productions that high school students could be expected to re-create. There are very few high schools or even colleges in Middle-West that attempt such heavy productions with entire student casts. Unusual talent presented itself for theprincipals in the person of Dorothy Allen as Lady Harriet Ivan Thompson as Lionel Lois Ayres as Nancy and Lawrence Geeslln as Plunkett. These young people sang the famous Spinning Wheel quartet in an admirable fashion. P Indeed the entire production was declared to be artistically and beautifully staged. Directed and Staged by Mr. Howard Feldmann Pianist .................... -. ........ Dorothy Moore Assistant .... ......... B ernice Fagan Orchestra--- -- ....... Mr. A. E. San Romani Dances ......... ............... M iss Edith Davis Costumes .... .... lv Ilss Elizabeth Fitch Stage ............................ Mr. Carl Holman Assisted by Ned Longdon Russell Ausmus and Joe Bly Lighting .............. Hal Carder and Donald Brenz s fl Q? 1 5 5' '35 l. , ti' 'r A ' L i 1 mlg 0 4 5 : P 2 It 5 ' Z 5 ? a 2 3 : , 1 2 S 1 . 5 1 L ' Properties .............. L ....... -. ........ Ted Sills ' f, r . t 9 ' H , .ja CN g 115 0 '4 .' V gif' 0 . . A av.. o .1 'J f 1 A . Ji r r A fy --imqvff Y - - H - ' ".-- 5 Q pf A14 if ' if "i""., ff-A t 1,g17Vlz rro . 'f"s -e 'E ' 5 in 5-. fi-10 - i -. 7' 6 "T , ,, 1' 'H 4 '- -- LQ ' r gf 'fag IA i' '4 it rj Q 'Q' Kia rx I ' rt . pi dl p Akin fJ T 'f ' pl . M I .' 1 1 E fr- ,V 34 1 A V5 wi I. 1+ i. 'fl IN A Jw n .N , I 2 If Q13 rr f W Al ' am i 2 -lofi E -L 'l 11: ,V ll i 1 i I 1, as s or We iff ii- .12 f fi it 3 3 7 IJ L 4? 3 -Fiuni EI mann. f . I ' ij! x' ' Q i I i .1 I if ii' Football season this year was not the worst A. lf. has experienved, but it was g ii, below the average. There are several reasons for this: our team was both light si' 'il 3 and inexperienced: Coach Curry was torved to break in almost a full team of new t F' ll I ' H 1 material, and Howell and Mills. letter men, were out most of the season with ' E A injuries. But in spite of these handir-aps Coach Curry produced a team which made i 3' a rec-ord of which we are not at all ashamed. iw After a season of bad breaks and tough lux-k we came through on "Turkey ' If 1" Day" with a victory that left a good taste in the mouths ot the fans. 1 Vi We met, for the final game. the heavy Wellington boys. on their home field. ig ji if, ,fl With VVel1ington doped for an easy win. at the end of the game the score was 23-0 ii! in favor of the sr-rappiest team A. C. has ever turned out. Q 3 if iiiuuilmll giirnres. . i , 1 L5 , E Opponents A. C. t 5.1 Newkirk .... , .... .. ..,e W- ..,..... 0- ...,,...,....... -. e.,, ,, .... 0 Q 1 if gi Ponca City ,... ......... - ..,..,.,.. 1 3 .............e....... ,...... I O 7 ' 5 Uhilocro ..., -, ....,......,..,...., -. ..... 10 ..........,, ,....e,. , .-.w,., 1 Q Hutehinson .... ......, - -- ...... ,- ....... 0 ...... ,, .a.,-...,.,., ,..,- 1 y rf'-L Florence .................. .t ...,.... D--- 6 .....tY.......,,.. ,.., 3 5 fi Q Newton .....,.. ,---. ..... -. ---w--- 1--- .... 12 ....-.... - --- T El Dorado ..... ,,--.. .....ee........... ,,--1-ls-, .,,,.., 1--,- 7 . qv! Wellington ......,..,. .-, -- - ,-----,,-,.,, 0 .v.. ---1212 O 4 0 9' . fx, ' 1, I I-ii,-1 Xfle I hi i f J Q -. , "Z v ,. - Q 55" P e fsff"A e'i' an 125591 1 ..fiC1?S475.... -e--1.9.2.7 1, Q 1499-ezfgf A 21- 1 CAL 4 up , . g Ljheem or tid ... 6+ if AMOS CURRY This is the fourth year Amos has whipped the big dumb athletes into a good football team for A. C. H. S. His tongue lashing is a thing to be feared and ad- mired. A friend to every fellow and a coach by na- ture. Mr. Currys ability to make football players out of green material has resulted in good teams for A. C. His fighting spirit and clean sportsmanship has been proved by he teams he has turned out. URHLAUB Although Du ch is by choice and nature a basket- ball coach he proved to be an able assistant to Coach Curry during football sea- son. He worked as hard with the team as he would had it been his own. H serves A. C. H S in many ways HAROLD MCMICHAEL lCaptainJ End The last of the McMich- aels. "Tiny" played a fast clean game at end. played hard from whistle to whistle and when his op- ponents went around right end they knew they had been hit. JAY 1 LUMLE Y ICaptain-hlectb Half-back That hard to catch and harder to hold half-back. We could weep to think he didnt come out before his Junior year. Jay was out part of the season with a broken arm Mighty lucky f01 some of our opponents .6 if 2 ET Q i 0 9 He K It t lr v J 3 W 1 ' 0 G e U X, i .5 .Q - tsl 0 'g' 9 NU . 1 I y - .Q, ' 4 'Q .,-J, e...-re,-4 9274 -' . ,,, 1,- ? IVAN THOMPSON Center "Ivanhoe", the singing center. Plays center, rides bucking bronchos, and sings grand opera. His cool heady playing at center was a main-stay of the team. ' We certainly wish Ivan had come out before his senior year. RICHARD LAYNE l"ll l7'7'0r HARRY POST Tackle "Postie", was big and awkward, good on offense or defense. He played for two reasons, A. C. and a girl. Post made the all valley second team. Too had he hasn't another year with A. C. MERLE Tackle "Dainty Dickey", a sleep walking football player. He dreamed himself into fame ' as all valley tackle. Dick never rushed himself but al- ways arrived in time to ex- hibit his power as a tackler. Played hard and didn't talk. We sure hate to lose Dick, but this is his last 0 D 9 year. :Y FRANK VOGEL Half-back "Vogel", is absolutely credit to the sophomore class. His line plunging and interference at half is indeed a remarkable feat for a sophomore. As a Junior he'll give 'em fits. CHANDLER Guard Little Chandler could have played end had not his walking appendages been of such immense proportion. As guard he wouldn't budge. He was known to have even placed himself in the path of his proceed- ure. This was Chandler's third and last year for A. C ex' 'P mv Q -5-' o uxvj Q-,Q 0 avr' o . A " 5 " ne, Xtiiy 9 2.1 V ,255-.' A- .ea 1.4 V 1 I W i 00 6 U0 gf' ?'+. Z 'N. flmw f' A Ali! . .4 ' fl 54 3+ li 1 li 5 QI XM W I so 'Yi vii if -f U It q. 8 1 1 Q QU MFRRIL HARRIS Half The flying sophomore . He carried the pig skin for . . an for fun. is yardage is mesured by the mile. In his two remaining years he and Vogle should be the best pair of high school half-backs Kansas has ever known. Q -4. VLEWIS KITTREL Quarter inpportune operation as far as A. L. H. S. is concerned. It knocked him out of most of the season but while he was there he made things fly. He leaves us this year much to our sorrow. ARTHUR McFADDEN CHARLES ROBP RTS End Tackle Art played a faultless Charlie wasnt affect- game at end. With a cool ed with the girl craze so he head and fast legs he skirt- concentrated on football. ed his opponents line often The results were a fast, much to their sorrow. Art hard hitting and game has another year. tackle. MILLLR HARWILLL Fuard ting busted up. He was out most of the season with a broken collar-bone. Miller was a guard to be proud of and should have a wonder- ful season next year. I 3 1 1 w l 3 4 J A I A C d H 1 I h I I I , ,"v l .IVSPN Y ' x 'i 1 If "Lou", underwent an Miller has a hibt of get- 4, . O 0 9 , 0 O C- 0 p o l 1 V W ' r 0 - ' ' , - - . 0 .. o 1 -' 0 4 og s L A33 wife: ls. 2' . Qs ' ' SX - slr,-or . it 'S- ' Q . J I . 1 ' If-. ff, N, v .. A tier! .4 'H 41 vl i Q ' if +21 .ll I .6 ., 1. .4 . 'H p 4 11 :ti i 11, ,E 3 ' fi I iii 2 L' lg f 1 E Q . l 5.-5 2 l 9 s T 5 ' HOWARD BACASTOW HERMAN BARNETT HOLLIS LANDERS 'F 1 if A 'Q Full-back End Quarterback E 1 gb ii "Howney", a fighting "Hoss", any girl will tell "Hollie", a heady, hard it 1 I -7.5 full-back from cleats to you that "Hoss" is a mighty hitting pilot. As quarter L 2 ,1 ' 1 i headgear. Line plunger sweet football player. At "Hollie" knows the game 1 5, 2 and interference seem to be end, half, or full he was al- and plays it with body and 1: , . egg. Second nature for this big ways there and ready to mind. He always hits on 1 'Q 1 .jg boy. Howard also was too make a "hit", A. C. will six and never gives up. 1 ' ff' bashful to start early but miss this big, bashful, Hollis will tease 'em again : f g 'Q' he has at least one more schoolboy next year. next year. , 3 ' .' year. V 1' lg il 1 f l ROY STALNAKER ELWOOD MILLS Y ' 5 Guard "Bill" was one of the Q Too bashful to have a scrappiest ends on the squad 2 K girl, therefore he played the and it was a decided blow Q 9 game because he liked it. to the team when in the g . i ' ' Coach Curry let him play second game he received a i f because he liked the way broken arm. He was fore- A V Stalnaker opened up a line. ed out of all of the remain- V ' 4 0 :Y This was Roy's first year out for football but he de- veloped into a valuable man. Too had he waited until he was a senior. ing games except the Thanksgiving game in which he made a very cre- ditable showing. "Bill" should be a saber toothed bulldog next year if V u O '-N' r -S' i F A A - . ........9. ..'l..- A f m - 2 3 5 1 '. '1 1 Qsr'CG5fQzan5f "sq31 1'j'f X5GbQ'fa' -3' . 5' vm . .I fs. is - 'E- 'vc 'Q' Q I I ,z av .0 N U C' ' k 'th ll -" Q i l El 0 I If s The outlook for one of the best teams that Arkansas City has ever had, was . excellent at the beginning of the year. However, the withdrawal of two letter , men left only four experienced players. This situation weakened the supply of 0' substitutes and the strength of the team is only as strong as its substitutes. 0 Q The season started with a victory over South Haven, with a score of 46-16. Q ., . This game proved that Jay Plumley was able to "fill the shoes" of one of the .O 0. players who was lost by withdrawal. but for the other men outside of the first Q five, things were not so easy. ' U The Ark Valley League started off with a victory over Wellington: the score v 4' 9. was 45-15. Dick Layne scored 24 points in the game for high point man. ' Of the fourteen games played in the Ark Valley League ten games were won ' ,' and four lost, which placed Arkansas City third. The only team defeating Ark 5 ' City twice was El Dorado who won the championship. We placed third in the state . , ', ' meet at Hays, Kansas, losing to our ancient rivals, Winfield, in the semi-finals after 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 i 1 3 1 1 1 t 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 3 -.V defeating them in the district tournament at Winfield in the final game. Our bid for the state championship was stronger this year than any year since we won it in 1918. Our season's 1'ecord was 19 game won and 5 lost, which was the best in many years, as to the ratio of victories and defeats. Richard Layne our star forward, was the high-score man for A. C. with a total of 296 points for the entire season. This is the first year we have defeated Wichita twice in one year during the Ark Valley race, and the first time on their new home court. Hayward Hackley and Lewis Klttrell were picked on the second Ark Valley team and Richard Layne on the first team. Captain Herman Barnett made guard on the all-state tournament at Hays with Richard Layne and Hayward Hackley on the second team. The greatest come-back displayed by A. C. was in the consolation game at the state tournament. After trailing El Dorado 17-4 at the end of the first half we came back and tied the score and then won the play-off. The prospect for next year is not as promising as has been In former years. We lose six men of the first ten by graduation. Those that will make up the nucleus of next years team are Jay Plumley Leonard Fuller Harry Brown and Paul Crevellng. A few good men are also coming ower from the Junior High. es!! I 27 126 5 f 0 " ju 4.9, ,dl I mul V 0 ,Q v: 5 ' o I' 1, . C, Q o P of 0 O C 3-5 C 0 4 a o a mmummmmmmmlmlmmmmmmmn N it if ls J M if 1 4 a F , 1 K hermit si ze? ff 3+ ' rt S x k ff fb' F ,J - A11 1 li I M 5' 1 l 5 If lr 1- 1, First Row: Creveling, Fuller, Dumbell. Brown, VVilson, Coach Uhrlauh. Set-ond Row: Havkley, Layne, Capt. Barnett, Plnmley. Kittrell. Illezsket Zgall. 1 Sreusunfs llnnrh. A. CY South Haven ......f,,.... ..--- -- ...- Ili ....... .... . - ....,... .,.... - ---46 Flxerokee - .,Y,. -e ...... ......--..- - - Welllngton -- - .... .- .... ..-- VVIVIIIKH v--- f-, --------- -- Newton ..,.....,....... ,- ..... -. ----- l0lll"l t y -- --, ,.......... -.,,----.-- Hutchinson A, ---, -- Kingman ,,, --.- 16 0- 15 S 4 Vkinfield .,.t..,. .......... - Y' Newton .......... . -- ..A.. --- ---. Fl Dorado -- --- - ...f,, - -,---. Pratt YA.,.,......, W ,t... ,-- Y.,, 2,22 V211-l11t'1 tt..,,,,n.,.,..... A---,--,-- w'6lllI1glllll .....,........ t...t-.,, - - Wxntleld ...................,. .. .... - i .14 45 . . 1 5 Fl Dlllddtl . ..... ..,-,...,t........ .... ' HllUh1l'lS0ll - ...... ,..A.,.,,.....,,.., - - VN ellmgton --,,,-- .,tM ,..,M , ---- Platt L .,..,...,,,,,t ,,,,,,,,,,... . ' wmm-td - ...... ..,,.,.............. L iifT'M"'A" "lQQ1jllQQI1l': lfl Dorado ...............,A,.., ,,W,,,,- -- ---,, H 0 C '1 f Q l I ll ' "ff ""' ll 21 -. 1 IJ 'S ' . wt 12 Wh ll 29 15 41 ' Z2 Jn YS 30 1 31 'o 28 Qt ' . 25 PQ ' ll 40 ' PZ 17 " 'g 1 H 2...w....A.22.,..,v.,2.... an 25 ' 6 9 ' ' S .-... . .,..-.. ..---.---- .f.. -ll 64 ' ' ..................2.. --.-12 27 9 VVinfield .....,.2v..., 1, ..,2, ,v,,,,--,1-l ..,,1,, W -,,,- -,,---, - --18 0 D - .....W.... .. .....,...., -. .v..... P1 2h f Q Olathe ...,..................W. ,.--..-21 1. Q V " 11 1: 'F 1- 2. 31 -C? I """' o gp 9 H m o o , ' ' V 1 . - . 4 . - . 0 ' fi! ,A 1, time 1 1. ' . .1 he " :I-'r. 4 I'-2' 0 xi 1 27 S46 as 'lf . AI 0 LRNST UHRLAUB Dutch has coached basketball seven years for A. C. and has never put a poorly coached team on the floor. His methods of training and coaching are on par with that of college coaches. He puts men on the floor to fight but to fight clean and his teams have the reputation of being as clean as any in the state. I SM' 0 O . !3f62 il 1' rl " 'T ' o 0 R X Q 9 gs' . 'E Q, 9 A fm :H HERMAN BARNETT 1CaptainJ Guard Capt. "Hoss" played a mighty fair game at guard. In fact so fair a game did he play that he was chosen an all sta e guard. T s i Barnetts third and last year, and the school ln- deel loses a valuable man. LFWIQ KITTRELL Guard Lou was a fast and dependable guard. As an offensive guard he i hard to beat. He played every game and played all equally vsell. This is 'si' 'if' ' .- eefis jasf - 2 2 2 t hi s - - y Q 1 : Q Q 2 1 3 2 D 1 S Q 4- 2 5 3 3 J L - ll ,Y - Q B 1 . I 5 3 S un v : E Lou's last year with A. 5 Q C 5 0' O 0 9 Q , 0 Q Y ' ,, -.., Q - - 0 gr' o ' fm ., , , A , , . 8 Q 7, ' . , - - 4 +C JAY PLUMLEY Forward Jay played his first high school basketball 1-.-3. 23 5. i7"' 'mor g? 1 , Q ii ll! 0 o this year. He surprised everyone with his speed and fight. Valuable man on offense. Will he a valuable asset to next year's team. HAYWARD HACKLEY Center Six feet, four inches of basketball player. Too tall tofdo anything else, he eonce ted on the gam a 'made a rip maj ter. jnmctuat- ed vit-11' long sim . "Hack" graduates ths year. " 'X 'L I - " I A 'x,f RIPHARD LAYNE Forward Dick left handed and sleepy has a dead eye for the basket and a weak heart for women. He is the most danger- ous man in the league under the basket. I - cidentally he was an all valley guard and has played his last for A. C. "' 4' 'KV H 'l ' Q. 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1 1 l i i 1 1 3 1 1 1 t i 1 E S E z : 2 2 ll ny 1 : ' z 8 1 - 2 .H E . -E v v l 0 9 1 0 - 0 GN N I 1 a ...Q 0 H ' ' s' ' ' J" o 'mn 5, L aa. - BL- 4' ' ,ibm . ner. 4 yi V 'bind s--arf t"s.46 . Q . 'Y a0 . ls' -f . . -f - -' y . , 0 T . 1 if 4, I G c l I l red l PAUL CREVELING ' Forward Ilot headed and fast, knows the game, and ' loves to play it. Paul is u mighty good prosper-t for next year. 4 v-I A lllllllllllilll mlllllllllll N 1 nfl JM ldivskxau WILSON if A ' ' Guard . r V , "Ed' played a good ' steady game. Always alive and ready to fight. A. C, hates to lose 's :ond haired boy is year. Ll' ONARD FULLER Guard Chief smallest and youngest played though his life depended f it. He haw another year in A. ,. during which yu, expect him to S 'll'. T " 'Qsfl 2 fl!-4' llllilll lllllllll lllllllllllll "" ' ' ' 4nT....T. ' x O ll A 7 Q i .1 I ul I' 0 5 . A l . fx' X x x 7 :' 5 : K ' X- 1.1 ' Q Q , Q, Q - F . F' 9 ei - 5' 3' 1 A 0 U4 9 L 5 Q 4 0 " I llllllllllllllllmllll I Ni ll ll I -Lg e .i - - g ui ' ig vwfsifj' is J E it 'P 09 if First Row: Ferguson, Brown, Carder. Second How: Geist, Thompson, Post, Lemert, Bottomley. jlntra-nnnrell Igetsketlmll. Intra-mural basketball was started last year by Coach Uhrlaub with the idea of giving the boys who played basketball, but who could not be on the basketball squad, a chance to improve. In this way players who showed-up well on the intra-mural teams were transferred to the basketball squad. There were ten teams in the intra-mural conference: each team took the name of a school in the Missouri alley Conference. Three games were played each week in the Iunior High gym. 'lhese games were refereed by the Junior College basketball players. As mid-season approached the runners-up for the cup were lNebraska Okla- homa Aggies and Ames. Nebraska beat Oklahoma Aggies 'ind in turn was beaten by two much weaker teams. Oklahoma Aggies beat Ames and Ames won over Nebraska. At the close of the season both Ames and the Oklahoma Aghies had won eight games and lost one. The tie was played off during chapel period' Ames won by - :-ore if L4 tt "0 and won the cup. As much enthusiasm was shown t this game as at any Ark Valley league game during the year. A mythical all-star team was chosen by the captains of the teu teams. This team was composed of 'lhompsou Ames' V tsey Oklahoma Aggies forwards: Mt- Michael Oklahoma Aggies center' hiest Ames' Thomas Nebraska guards. Besides developing players for future high school use the intra-mural basket- ball games developed players for the Junior tfollege basketball team. Q1 it C0 . . Ag, gi 9 o f els A A 1 I v y I . V , S " 0' 3 3 .1 3 ' a 7 . , a sr 1 J - , ' ' a 5 f , Q V L C K X ' , , z , , - 7 C Y Y V V 9 U V v LY 9 , o K ,L K ' w Q U cy 0 I . .- 9 W, l, 9 llr"'g- " flilg 5 ff' A Q'- 4' 27 'h e' Q t Q' 4 'fs o " tr N ig V C 0 fl on 0 glfh fl 1 gb 3 Qlrar t ., 3 Llose to thirty men answered the first call for track this year and the prospec-ts E for a winning team were exceedingly good although rainy weather hindered the E practice for the first few weeks. Nine letter men were 0l1I and seieral men who 3 had shown up viell in Junior High. I In the triangular meet at the first of the season we took second place. 5 Five men traveled to the K, U. relays and placed third 'tg-iinst the stron1.,est E I I Our prospcts for the com ing meets are very good. g The following are our representatives: Hollis Landers 220 dash low hurdles' 3 Harold McMichael pole vault high jump' Ceorge Barth broad jump relay' Willit 5 I competition in the state. Fhomas half and mile' Ivan Bright dasher' Dick Layne ttvaptainl weights high and broad jump' Willis lhomas hurdles' Joseph Forbes weights' Miller Harwell 440 javelin half: Bob Jones flashes: Ralph D11-by pole. xault. high jump' Jac-k : - - 1 1 Lonnox low hllldlfbfw. - 1 i 1 1 1 1 I '95 ' 5 1 'L' v 'WIA Q l ly s o 1 1. l X 1 v Y I v V l Y , Y Q . Y L K K. T . A Y v , .- , w v , . I V , , r 1 y v t y , , 1 v 1 1 1 . , . . , - : y v v K v A Y , 1 1 w 1 2 2 C Q S 1 .. C U 9 u 6 9 A 9 po' o 0 . ' -' . . - ' 'Q f '0 E' ' 4 5 :Y . .xr 135, ESQ' ,za ' 1 V 0111115 With two letter men Harry Post and Russell Ausmus back this year and a wealth of new material from which to pick the Ark City High tennis team should be hard to beat. 1 Post and Ausmus represented A. C. in the dual meet at Winfield, land will also represent us in the Ark Valley tournament to be held later at Wichita. A. C. sends 9 'I entries for both the singles and doubles. Q ll " C cfsnlf. 533 ill 1 11 4 'I ' 5? J, .43 9? e .5 "if -Pellflii Qu WS. EE El 02' I-tg 55,59 M2914 :gn-r E 'ca Sri? -:pg 'tang 555.5 wrglf 'D no SBSH gatwi- ESE? cn E255 ng- 95 :rea 5821: wma.: agen Q:-cg' H5-3,2 'aa igysa 4"'e-ve-+2 :r eggs no '1 '1 no :s ue CD Q. FQ o "1 IP 'cs E. C6 P very popular sport. llllllllillllll creditable showing. Golf, while it is in it's infancy as an A. C. H. S. activity, has proved to be a. form during the season. A. C. H. S. golfers won a 31 meet. Merton Ullery, James team. A return match was In the Ark Valley tourney, held at VVellington May 14 Ark City made a very I. U od lillllllllllllllllllllill I Ill Ill ll "W A if 1? 4 "" ffi- 4-9. ' . r 0 .z v: P R 5 . 3 53 M 0 I6 lg' ,, Q-'vmumunnnpa mumummmnnumnmum IQ Q 'Z i . ::- 'jf1:7V1l'7'7'O 'Q F w I 391 A e 1-10,1 lx .ma ' x A , ii, J 3 -0 ri L 0 y . Q V' I , 3 First Row: Jones, McMichael, Roberts, Layne. Harwell, Barth, Landers. Sec-ond Row: Harris, Stalnaker, Mc-Fadden, Bacastow, Bright. E Third Row: Mills. Darby. Plumley, Haekley, Vogle, Post. . ' Fourth Row: Kittrell, Thompson. Barnett, Chandler, 'l'homns, Thmnus if 3 5 Q nw o - g icttvr Q,lul1. E The Letter Club is an t1l'Q!ill1iZ2lli0Il for men who have Q?lI'llf'fl :u Letter in llliljtll' athletic' activities. E The cluh PIlC0lll'H.g6S the highest stamlulwis of high svhoul z1thlet,ivs and its ,, members are the l'l'8lllIl ot' the athletic' departments ol' the sclmul. The vluh is A represented in the Student t'ounm-il and it backs all student activities. The event of the year is the initiation of new members followed by at lnvniv, 3 New members are given the roughest possible treatrnent as an 2lSSlll'flllt'P that the l "Way ul' the Righteous is Nut, Easy!" l X , I . o 0 o G . OHL- ' Q57 56' ' 'V' -' S41 1 a n':, if 9 . L 4 ,rg gfteszvaax Zi fsifbffgf Y. . il Lllncm. ghmhus I. , 1' '43 ' 9 . 0 I I 9 4 0.0 E 5 5 2 : E- i 1 E 5 E E 3 3 E -E i l 3 2 Q VVALKER LIGHTSTONE BURLINGAME E - S 3 an l ' :U za. - giirlguul - ells. : 2 Q 2 E Ella Rah! Ella Rah! Ella rah. mh, l'lill E " U-yah, U-yah, A. C. High School, rah, rah, ruh. 5 X Rah-rah, Pali-i'ah, U-yah, U-yah Y 3 A. C. High School Yah, rah, rah. X E Fight! Bulldogs tear Q Enh Yah! Fight! Bulldogs bite 3 3 Figlit! Fight? Fight! A. C. High School 5 - A. C.. A. C., A. C., Fight! Fight! Fight! 5 , 3 Yavkety, Yavkety, Yavkety-Yacli! E Y 3 3 i ,lm - o o fp A C High Qchool lalldI'IlclLO0 153. 0.55 1,310 -of-:fn wel vase' ' 'FL 17" - Yacket , Yaf-ker ', Yacket '-Yam! E 1 I 1 2 . Hallobollowl Howdy-you-do! V ll g 3 9 9 . . ' ' . ' ' " . a c g 9 wx' 'P V V EH IESATUQLS .Q-3 1 w '.c-Ssev ax Qlalenhar Sept. 8-- Meeting is called to order by the Board of Education and were made the "goats" again. Sept. 10--Many Sophomores are persuaded to buy Season Tickets to chapel. M'. Funk warns students against over-study. FJ 9 .3 F3 I l Sept. 14-15-Both Glee Clubs hold tryouts. "Doc" Geeslin gets first bass on four bawls. A Sept. 16-The timid and blushing members of the Ark Light staff introduce their paper to the students. Everybody gets a free copy. Sept. 22-Y. VV. C. A. holds its first meeting. Because of the tremendous crowd which attended the rally, the meeting was held in the big gym. They decide to buy up all of Ranney's "left-over" candy and sell it each night after school. Sept. 24-Classes meet and elect their officers. The Seniors should have chosen a guardian instead of electing Lew Kittrell president. . Sept. 28-We were hosts to a nice young rain this morning. 5 3 Oct. 4--Arkansas River goes on its annual "Spring Cleaning Tour" and washed -' - E g most of Third ward. ' 1 ,. 1 5 Oct. 8-Our Football team met crushing defeat at the hands of the Ponca School S g for Blind Milkmen this afternoon. Score: 14-0. ' 3 Z 5 Oct. 11-Seniors are asked to have their pictures taken and the entire class was 3 E crushed in the rush. ' 2 Oct. 12-Four hundred and thirty-four yea.rs ago today, Columbus discovered - "" 2 3 America. Today we discovered that "In fourteen hundred ninety-two, Colum- - 2 bus sailed, etc." Mostly etc. E 2 E Oct. 13-As a result of the questionnaire on dancing sent around by the "School E 3 Board", the students refuse the teachers permission to give Charleston exhibit- ' E ions during class recitations. 3 1 5 Oct. 15-Chilocco Indians come down and place us on the red side of a 10-0 football 5 3 score. -iv 5 Oct. 19--Dr. Hall, speaking for his health--we mean on health, lectured in chapel. E 5 The subject of his talk was "Be True To Your Teeth or They Will Be False E To You." . 5 Oct. 20-"Bulldog" Ping-Pong team wins from Departmental squad. Score: A. C. S g H. S., 2 pongsg Departmental, 1 ping. Oct. 21-"Little Mac" freshly elected football captain crates in chapel. ' Oct. 22-Football game between A. C. and Hutchinson ended with the score 0-0 in 2 favor of Ark City. , 2 Oct. 25-Chicago Concert Co. entertains our highbrows with a lyceum number. Oct. 27-Pep chapel held in library on account of the room's excellent acoustics. g Oct. 28-Our mighty football eleven gloriously defeated Florence today. Score was E 36 to 6. ,,, Z J Nov. 3-School is suspended while Mr. Funk goes to the state teachers meeting and 'T 1 the rest of the teachers look at the latest styles in dresses. A ' 6 0 5 Nov. 11-Newton won the Armistice Day game by score of 12 to 7. 0 " Nov. 12-Seniors throw picnic and all root for Ivan at the Hog Calling contest. , Final score: Ivan 6 oinksg Mr. Ogden, 5 oinks. ' '3 1 t , ' lm 0 s-gg. 0 6' 9 157 0 ,N in L 3:0 I ,gift , 4 ' 1' ' ,l 1 QUT DEZYVE1 x-:Q 9 Nov Qlalenhar 15--Camp Harrison closes. Cannot keep up competition with the candy dept. .of the Y. w. C. A. Nov Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. Dec. 25--Hold em High school. We beat Wellington 23 to absolutely nothing. 30-Claire Blrdzell ls trying to decide whether he should continue using a wash-rag or begin shaving. Week." Abandoned on 6-Dec. 11---National "Everybody Eat An Apple Thursday when two doctors reported' that they were slowly starving to death on account of loss of trade. 8--Y. W. spring their annual talent show. They use a very clever, original plot about a fairy princess and her lover or something like that. 13-Temperature suffers a severe relapse and falls to zero. But. that's nothin'. 15-Special chapel is called so the Sophs can be told the story of Santa Claus. 23-School adjourned. Merry Christmas! n IBIS' 'VXI 1'f"" , 121. ' ' ' 1 n a ft " '42 Ox Q O . 5 ' K . S.. , , , U .Q Q 9 I 5' Dec. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb Feb I- eb. Feb. Feb. 25--Let s see-uh--Isn t this some sort of holiday? 4--Chemistry classes throw a red-hot party in Room 208. The guests amused themselves by throwing desks and books out of the windows. The guests of honor were the city lllremen who entertained themselves by squirting water over the other guests and chopping holes in the floor. The party was a roaring success. 5-Seniors are hoping Room 204 will soon throw a hot party. 7--Ark City 45' Wellington 15. Tra la! 8--Our playful boys took Wlchita's doll away from them and sent em home wondering about the small end of a 26-19 basketball score. 13-A few of our unsuspecting youngsters were bashfully prompted through an Honor Society inltation. 15-The mighty Newton falls. Score: 'Ark City 26' New ton 21. 22-English classes all present as Margaret Lillie George Hall and George Ware present Macbeth at the lfifth Avenue Theatre . 23-Everyone is going sleigh riding---with or without sleds. 24-Mr. lfeldmann prepares to give annual organ recital but owing to the loss of the monkey the concert is postponed. 26-Mr. Malloch alleged poet talks in chapel. We discovered all allegations were true. 28--Arkansas Lity defeats the Winfield School for the Aged and Crlppled ln basketball. 3--Believe Me Xantlppe but wasn t that Public Speaking play a hot number? 4-Senior class quartet sets Mirror sale off with a bang by singing Me Too in chapel. 10-By dispensing with the most hot air in ten minutes time Lorraine Sprulll is declared winner in the home Oratory contest. 14-St. Valentine s Day. I ou Kittrell had his first date. 17--Lorraine talks the judges out 'of fifth place in the Ark Valley Oratory contest 2 2 Q Q 1 1 Q 1 I 1 Q 2 'J ,L' 9 gl: 9 'Nh s Q '.0 ' ' Q Q Q .. 2 Q .- Q V 1 Q Q 9 ' 1 l - Q Q Q u vv Q .- "' 5 Q v 'I ' 1 ..- 1 Q 1 Q Q - Q Q - Q Q Q , 1 a , 1 , 3 Q 1 1 1 Q Q r Q I ' ,. . ' ' ' U 1 1 - 1 f " Q Q Q Q ,, 1 Q Q -, , 1 Q " S A 1 1 4 1 3 I -. Q "' 2 Q 1 Q Q - Q l 1 Q - 1 Q Q " 3 r- u 11 Q Q 1 Q Q ' 3 ,, 1 Q l U I O J 0 9 0 1 . . ' 1 Q, ,. :V bl 0 "D 9 ' 5 , 5 . Us so ls 35 0, .els . 4 L 'i 1 w 1 A, L I g R . 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"Dick" Layne was so hot the gym floor had to be frozen to prevent the pla.yers from scorching their feet. 10-Elaine Elston wins home interpretative reading contest. 12-"Bulldogs" win district basketball tourney. 14-Ames wins the intra-mural basketball championship by defeating the Oklahoma Aggies. . 19-Arks defeat El Dorado for third place in State tournament. 21-Well, if here ain't Spring! 22-Constitution classes finally decide the Slavery question. Of course they are a little late but it's better late than never. 1-Ark Light demonstrates latest styles in "yellow" journalism. 2-It was reported that the Music contest was held in Wichita, on this date, but tha.t's just a lot of noise. 4-Man falls from his horse in front of High School. This verifies reporls the Prince of Wales is in town. 7-Ark Valley Scholarship Contests. A. C. H. S. places first ln Chinese Litera- ture, I and III. ' 11-A heavy dew fell by the bucketfull today. 14-Seniors go through the formalities of another meeting but as usual not.h- ing is accomplished. 21-22-Seniors stage their annual "drammer" entitled "Why Men Leave Home." 26-"Howlers" throw a covered-jug luncheon for the basketball boys. 27-That is, we all thought this was the 27th. We lost our calendar but the 27th usually comes about this time of the month. 30-Junior-Senior Reception. Roy Buckle caught washing his feet at the fountain. 2-May Day exercises. Hayward Hackley was to give the Dance ot' the Seven Veils but it was called off on account of three of the veils still being at the laundry. 7-A. C. H. S. noses out Ll Dorado for first place in the Arkansas Valley Track Meet. Ark City won firsts in Jump the Rope. Jacks Pump-Pump-Pull- Away and Drop the Handkerchief. 9-We were guests of the College at their reception. V 12-Senior Day. May the Lord for ive us and help us forget. 20-The Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Dumb Animals comes to our rescue and make the powers that be stop school. 24-Startment exercises. Board of Education presents each Senior class member -a full parole with the best of wishes. 'fe 1 o ,N .Q 0 t 1572 o Q I 0.5 -1. 2 EEE 1 S 1 ll i t 5 O0 5 5 - . EEE. rv H .4 g ' an o o , I Y t o M " ' ' ' 0 9 - Q 'Y wr , l as 0 C119 J me I 9 2 0. 'lf 3 3 B ., Q in BY 9 0 E 11' o A .Qi lltb J 'Nix W H U--Xmvw I V Y ,tw ,HE-7 .,-,-5T7,?f-,fizf -.Y-4 1 .T,,,,h,,.,,g. ,gn . H, ',,,,i ..:..1:.: P 2- 1 A"Q M, 1 1 , 1 was , l 1555: 551 9? we 19 1 xl? I 1 fx u 7 . i vig. ,ff H W 'Y 4: . 1 E 1 A1 35531 5115 gf, Qfil 1, E 1 ' ' 53 F31 '11 11 54 3 51, 1 1,111 '51 2 -L 2 Li 'Q 1 V? 1' 15, .N ,ki wwf ,E 1 .Ag ,,15 5 E Ii---gi .1 1 MW 1' . I - i gf V: 1 ,XV 141431 7' 11 3 1 1 1? r. 111 if ,..',1 1. wi ,E Ei A ,E Y .. 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F3 ik ef fl -is i , Q avi I 5 f 5 it M l 'mr l '- ., if? l 6 'ff . , 'I ' ,G F' 2- I H 4 Q 5 ff 5 1 :Em +5 uf J M p EE K 0 r S 1 U w 1 EF E M' 4 Iii, ji X I 'N 1 Q ff ' 'L-F' "I V . : 4 , .11 , ' , ' w- - i?rf' ' ,.,, if "' "'-14i3.,1' 7 ' ,P - , ,, Y .- ,A-4,,.GQQQAQZVA-,fgaifbv kY,' . ,T M,-,,5, 'rr , V Q 4 Jgidjm I I an 'Q G In ' 'c l l Q I up do 5 5 s -if First of all comes Kittrell Whose grades are excelled by few' Also the president of the class And a basketball star is Lew. Louise Atkin we like you lou are hard to get' You are one from many That we won't---we can't forget. Just ask 'the boys They will say- "Yes, indeed-- Rose Hath-a-way". Fostlne is cute and smart, I-ler grades couldn't be better: And even in athletics She has won her letter. Now, Carol's as smart As she can be- She's made the Honor Society You see. Glen's sorta quiet ' And sorta slow But just the sort We like to know Virginia seldom speaks That's all very well She knows lots more Than she'll ever tell. And here is one who makes us laugh- The "Hiram" ot "The Letter." "Why not?" we ask, "Could anyone be Wittier than Doyle Getter? Bad luck the opal ls sometimes said to bring- But ot our Opal Our praises we ever sing. Elaine is cute And yet so coy-- Shes seldom seen Without a boy. Ivan is wise And very witty But he s in love Oh! What a pity! A better friend Sincere and kind Than Margaret Fretz One cannot find Ill lll Edith Hobson s a shy Little Miss in school Who never once Has broken a rule. Billy Cottingham is As quiet as he can be But when you know him Lots of fun is he. Two steady, reliable girls Are Nellie and Norma Walker: And neither one seems to be Very much of a talker. Mae Louise has pep, And lots of talent, too, Which is a combination That's found in very few. Roy and Victor Buckle Are fighters of the flame: Some day soon they're going to Glorious, undying fame. And what's the use To speak of humor? Bibs beats us all ' According to rumor. In our class play Wasn't Walter a scream? Why, the sight of him now With pride makes us beam. A songster of note Is Lois Ayres: Being "Nancy" in the opera Was one of her great cares. Ped is good natured And will never fuss' That s the reason why He s liked by all of us. Maxine is our giggler' She giggles all the time. The slightest thing tickles her And si e s always feeling fine. Helen Bratches is a victim Struck by Dan Cupid s dart' win She s married now and rules supreme To be of service Grace desires' Shes the type of girl Everyone admires 5 .9 1 o O! 'o I 9 6 C 3 ' 'o 'e 5 u Q 94 es: tif .F -kfflll-.E I llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll il 2 - I 1 ' .M 2 Q 2 3 Y 2 , ' Q 9 ot o w D , Y y , 9 ww' T ' ' 'rv V Y' 'fi p W". .A f 'fa'-'ffff' W? ff r ' "3 'Q 515' u r lan :fl J A A A-gf was' XI. , , .4 , 4 5 , , M " in 'D gb 6 'J U fa fl rfrT?'?f, 4 11 s rv a ., 1 I 4' 1 5. il 1 , V Ou v.. -fl s ' U E ! 19 5 Y 1 E 9' Q fl 9 , ' V , A 3 r 'wry 'L V ' 'Q ' rn 5. 0 "" .3 " .'.. 927 FB Q" 1 :I J tl Q1 1 E Q 1: E-9' Qulaxss Xlischief twinkles In one-and only one mans heart. In Albee s eye When she smiles And passes by. Russ Ausmus and Harry Post Sometimes play a love-game And to them both we give this toast May ever they win fame. Helen Auman is Our studious farmerette, And she is quite the nicest one That we have ever met. Herman's handsome, Very nice, toog When he goes out-- He s out to woo. UDDI 'Vow if you like those quiet girls The kind that are mighty sweet Just take either of the Velmas' They re very hard to beat. Willet and Willis are twins' We can scarcely tell them apart. Whenever they take a notion to study They show us they can be smart. Some talk seldom, Some talk ever, But Leland, our debater Can rave on forever. Katheryn is the nicest Miss We've seen in many a day: Her disposition's always sweet, And her laugh is always gay. I l .a 'F 0 1 28 CQ' " "" 5 4 -av - .Qi UL' 9 . . N! 3 ""-'WEDDAQ I I N e ge 4 O. L A , 0 1 , ' , :Q . y A ' U :l 1 We like Fave Nona "' For her winning way That helps to brighten Each hard day Florence vour name implies sweetness And it doesn t deceive a blt For all the time everywhere You ll always make a hit 1 Does Smitty like farmer boys? Well we should smile Shes been dating them For quite a whxle Donald s place Would be hard to full We ve always liked him And always will Whom does Beanie love? Well goodness me We don t know And neither does she In the class ue have Three charming senoritas Undoubtedly you can guess They are the three Juanitas Charlotte is a beauty Everyon ll agree- Some say she s headed for Hollywood Well we ll just wait and see A very demure girl Is Ermal Brooks She gets lots of knowledge Prom all of her books :Vs . Yes, when Abe Fell in love hreat indeed Was the fall thereof If you want a steady student One whos always neat Then choose Marian Ibach She just can t be beat Yaoml we like you We like your friendly ways And always we will think of you When we think of our high school days He s tho t many times he d quit us But he s always changed his mind His quietness sorta suits us Byron s equal s hard to find Alben ta we can t pass You by unheeded Por you re the kmd Says Wilbur Shoup our debater I d rather al gue than eat Before anyone starts to argue with me Why I Just tell them they re beat Otis Jelly Jerry and Frank Are the Beau Brummells of school They never worrv about lessons Or about ever breaking a rule Esther s a good sport Xou ll all agree And shell be successful As you shall see G - f:?9':'ilIYKi'i-E' - Q Q 'ur , - I z . : 1 Z 'ip : , . , : - 3 , 2 - , - ' I - n , -I . . , : I 3 , v 1 2 I , , . , ..., .. 0 -I' u u l : , . , , , E J. . 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'L 'ff ff-f 1n...a..4 ' '.L'i hgf1..fmLxff 1,m ,.:.' N,fg,A,, sites-ev a! we 5 o Gllass Johnny Quade doesn t worry About ever getting a date Nor can he help it he s good-looking No-its just fate. A nice girl is Mildred Mather One that s sedate and good' Shes easily understood. Dont ask him-hes busy' He always has a date. Whom are we talking about? Why-Arlyss Springate. Helen Kuntz a very smart student Is the baby of the class. A winsome way and a cheery smile Yes indeed has this little lass. 02111 ' Doc you ve helped the school a lot' Many things you ve done. We couldn t have done without you For many honors you have won. You can t blame the girls For admiring Gene so' A most excellent beau Max is one of the quiet sort Who always uses his head' He doesn t worry about the ladies But adds gray matter instead. A real leader is Howard Pixley' He s a friend that is true blue- lf anything important must be done 'lhen give it to Howard to do. g a IQ' 7 l I P I I I' y I' . I 4' 0 ' , ' , Q 0 U Y o , 9 ' l 1 O ' 5, u - , ' Q L5 ' , , , , 43 Q Because she thinks before she speaks For lndeei he Wmlld make 4 gl , , 9 Q ' y , ' I 9 0 9 ll j I I ' I o 0 ' ' 9.6 llltlllillllllllliiililllll illlllllllllllllllllllllll llifllmlliilllllllll Leroy s a he-man Through and through. He's never loafing But has always something to do. Margaret and Jessie Townsley Are of the athletic sort: They're always ready and eager To partake in any sport. Another steady and reliable girl Is this one-Hazel Kirk' She always will do her part And from duty never shirk. Harold s musically inclined You bet! Best of all he likes His cornet. What cares Isabel If work s not done As long as she Can have some fun? Here is Fern a mighty good scout Who for school affairs always goes out. She s peppy and talented too Ivern we lift our hats to you. Viola is a senior Who squarely plays the game' some day she s going to be wealthy Now Milburn you all know Is a very studlous lad He doesn t cater to the women Nor to any passing fad Tiny Mac does everything With a lot of zestg And into everything he does He puts his very best. Lest we forget- There's "Chub" and Clay, Who with all the girls Hold a shocking sway. ' Always friendly Is Patricia Loud. Indeed of her We re justly proud. Ninas one of the few Who hasn t bobbed her hair' She s not like the rest But why should she care? Very Winsome ways Has Dorothy Lumbard bo watch out boys Be on your guard. Richard Layne is a basketball star In making the goals he leads very far' Whenever Dick starts rolling up the score The crowd yells louder than ever be- fore. Louise York ia brunettel Has a laugh we adore Well who could want more? Helen Lange and Margaret McQuxre Are typists very speedy And ot such girls as these The school is always needy 1 1 1 tn 1 1 an an 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 1 1 2 1 3 1 1 I 1 i 1 1 I 1 1 an 1 1 1 3 1 1 1 an , , uv- 0 U 'Nl l l 2 Y 1 w , ' , 1 1 ! A , - 1 , 1 , i ' W 7 Y ' P 7 E 2 s 1 , ' 3 ' 1 , 1 , i , - , if J h , ' - ' 11 : g T eres a fortune in her name. And snappy brown eyesg : fr ff , . 9 ' ' . . Q . , l Q' ' U ' .fb v Y . 0 1:5 9 '. . , 0 ,:y Q '05 A u fr 4 .uf ' at I 4 7 'fg s e 21 nt S455-4. Q- K- Egfr? 'f .F -1.-...-..- r 'I 'WL 1 . v , x ' ' ,H-4-H - - -'vin'-, . 5, W' fx :.: 5lL'l2?l' 'tJx,r:..v :' -M. 'S . , z Vx . 3. . -442 h E" P 4 . V. L Q 6 L 8 . - u .J E . . X Jv,."' ' .51 I vm sm ' H- 19" -1- A ns Z" - U 'N' - 1.0 W I, , ,, ,- f if. 4 i X, 4' '- v I 1 1 s ' ' .,. , -.. -,- .., ,.....,,,.'1" -mix:-ff1IZ,--H.,. is--f.4,5ma. f,,A'...!!m---vrlga.. H' .. 4, !3'Cf5f2Cf::"Q1f 7 e ""0" IFE ?-.3 I Otis: Hey there Russ why the cup and the cane? Russ: Oh I ve got a blind date and Im going to make use of her. Mr. Harms: There will be no roll call today. 'All those present please hand in your names at the end of the period. 'r 0 'J' Q '. ' 0 . .163 . .-.G ,,,'?-ll o C ' 'I' a l v ' 0 W2 3' 3 4 i o-o i c 1:5 F5 Q I s I U O I to Q Q: 0 oz' x',P U l .:. QQ at . 0 ,Q..4.'IS lllllf'lllllll' 2 CD '1 nr FV :r s 5 :r Q 5 s : 5 Q :L :r ,. m 'S c O 5 O : FY :r Q Cn m 5 CD Z' c O '1 5 :F :r PV' :r 0 2- CD 1 s PY O I1 Mr. Curry: Have you prepared for this class? Fostine: Yes sir. Mr. Curry: 'What did you do? Fostine: Combed my hair and put on some rouge. Some people are so dense that only the sun ever dawns on them. Miss Fitch: When shall we have our next examination? Hazel H.: It makes no difference. I can he sick most any time. Ned: D0 you owe them anything on your Ford you bought last summer? Joe: Only a grudge. When the basketball team stayed in Hays, Jay Plumley informed the hotel Mr. Harms: This plant belongs to the begonia family. Bright Student: Oh, are you keeping it for them while they are away? She: Miss Blair is older than I thought. He: What makes you think so? IU 9 I 0 9 0 .i She: I asked her if she had read Aesops Fables and she said she read them when they first came out. . Fern: What shall we put on the back of our bus going to Newton? Bob: I suggest you carry a spare tire. Adeline Newmans cousin inquiring why they always had to hold her at the football games ? H ,lrr They don t 'she said very much surprised. Well they always holler Hold Ad-line . Hadie: Is there only one cake of soap in this shower? Chandler: Sure. Hadie: Tell Uhrlaub Ill have to use two showers. I must wash my face. Senior: What s a metaphor? Soph.: To keeps cows in. He who laughs last is usually the dumbest. Traffic Cop Beg pardon lady what s the ldea of using last year s license tag Louise A Oh those new one s don t harmonize with the color of my car Billy V Do you want to marry a, one ey ed man? Dorothy No why? 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Doyle Getter: All girls who haven't an escort to the reception, come to me. QBulletinJ Police reserves were called out to quell the riot. H : Have you read 'F1annels?" She: Now, don t get too fresh. Miss Johnson: Don't powder your nose. X Leora: I have to Miss Johnson my nose is dirty. Mr. Ogden: Where is Berlin? J John Q.: In New York writing a song hit. Mary W.: What has four wheels and flies? Mary S.: What? 1 Mary W.: A garbage wagon. if N Q0 J" - Q2-45. 9 2 7 95" GEM . M' f 4 w ,Wx ,..f, -. W-Q --,.,- A-..,k.-1-.....,,v,-.., S' rv 'I " If"'v6-9' 'il' Qilass Harm Billy Vasey and Gerald Wright Assemble all our cash' They are very reliable boys- Not apt to do any thing rash. With Bobby leading yells Throughout the past year The boys in the game. Have been given courage and cheer. You may talk about your pretty, You may talk about your sweet,- But in our opinion Helen Lillis has them beat. In this year's senior class, Arthurs-we have four-- ' And if all boys were like them, Edwins a real athlete With a story of fame A wonderful boy Who plays the game. Very brilliant Is Paul Dale In .anything he does He'll never fail. One who entertains us In skit or play is Hal: And all the boys tell us He's a mighty fine pal. As we are writing these ditties In the making of this poem, All we say about Joe is That he's just "Our Man from Home.' O ,a I siespwa, ,im,'...e.: z' 'wr w U 1 0 :foe l 0 ' e We could stand as many more. 1 -2 Extremely diligent 3 Is Lavonne Flick: E When she starts anything, g To the end she'll stick. 3 E Laverna Rush and Maude McCord, 5 A brunette and a blond, 3 We see them oft togetherg 5 Of them both we're very fond. i - Like the turtle in the story 3 Of the turtle and the hare, ' Gordon's kept on plodding, E And finally's gotten there. 3 2 Adele Harrington is E Very well liked 3 Because she is 1' Of a responsible type. 3 2 Harry Himelic isn't g A studious sort of lad, 5 1-Ie's quite mischievous 5 But not really bad. E John and Charles Roberts 5 In grades are excelled by none: an And we all may rest assured 5 That whatever they do is well done. I S Bill Slater's past 2 Has been rivaled by noneg 2 And as to his future- ? That's just begun. 0 9 Arolvi is good, o Arolvi is true: She is worth while , Thru and thru. Y u fr Q Q 'ew' gn L 553. e was Morning, noon and night, In any kind of weather, Mary Ruth and Clara You'll always see together. George Barth and Oliver Waggoner Have fun in every classy They both play a good game of basket- ball, They know how to make a good pass. Demure and sweet Is Viola Beahmg Her smile is quite the nicest That we have ever seen. Paul's "just another Brown," As the saying goes, But known as "Sweetheart" To one he knows. Tho' Dee doesn't say much We know he is wise, For progressive ideas Come by tho't, not size. A bundle of pep and energy Is this girl-Catherine Marshallg And to her we can't help being The tiniest bit partial. Here's Howard MacDowell, And excellent youth, And a splendid example Of wisdom and truth. Cora and Lois Are journalists two, Always hunting For happenings new. J' 9 cg! O i1 w...ff' is 4 1 1 an 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q Q ra 1 Q Ga E 1 5 E 1 5 E 1 3 1 IT 1 1 , E 1 : : 1 3 l I 1 1 - 1 1 2 .. U 0 o fa 'Y I 'mn Hi od 23fCf5S2E."9 'i! tlllass Marion Sheldon is a blonde But a flapper 0 my no! Everywhere shell go. 'v . ' ' 11 232833.23 UBUI At first you think V But when you know her v ' V Y. Y l P , 0 . , ' 5 t, And she'll make many friends Emma's out of reach, ' at c ' 1 5' . ' I .J " She s a peach. And here is Harry Dumbe1l- " In spite of such a name Of all OUT Helens- ' One cannot know nor tell Helen Stolfus we like YOU What tame he may attain. FOI' Y0l1l' Clleefv Smile, 4 And your hair of auburn hue. I 'Q Next comes Everett Banks, In all the lands Q, ' A truly ladies' man: . He does his best to help the rest That He bftwixt the poles' ' 'I 9 In everything they plan' ihlemreitglgnglrlwthfsnlnlgddie Tolles U ' 0 ' at ?flg::nydi:gg5i3xLt Last year Bob Jones quit us, 3. ' But this year he came back: H ' Q fins her lively school spirit And now we know he's at his best ol 0 S ard to beat- When he goes out for track. 'Q' :. g " Ralph Daby's another student Helen Howe, in the ' 4 9 5 Who always can recite, , ' Many yegrg tg cgme, 1 E 3 And we'l1 ever take his word We'll think of the many , - 3 For we feel that he is right. Kind deeds you have done. , E 1 I E , Let it rain, let it shine Bernice Sears is full of fun, gl E 3 Olive never C9-l'eS9 She's one who likes to play: 3 3 Studies are mere tritles So she has a lot of folks E 5 t She always declares. Around her every day. , E I' w 5 Here le HHITY Moncravie- Here's another Wahlenmaierq ' 'E E We Cell him OUT Apollo. Her name-that is Alice: Q 2 : 1. And if the girls ever have a chance She's one of the true blue sort, " E 5 Him they ll Surely follow. Wlth never a tho't of malice. N E E gleaele always talking Ze'lla's always merry, -I 1 11 B evel' gay, She is neve 1 3 ' 5 N0t Once in a while That's the lleislogl why E 5 Bllt every day- She makes a cheerful chum. - . 5 Wllme'S a pretty girl- Frances, with your curly hair, ' 3 ' one We all admire, And pretty eyes of blue " 1 1 5 fha ihgws gaod taste What would Y. W. : 3 n a er a re. Have done without you? - : ' 1 5 Edna'B happy-so-lucky Edith Thompson Q 2 Anq full of fun? IS DSPPY and energetic, 3 3 She S Dell and ability And everyone can tell 3 5 All in one. That she's athletic. 3 I 5 X Whenever a task is set before Gertrude, Tempa is quiet, 3 3 ' She doesn't stand and view ity And very sweet: ' 2 5' Nor be content to wish it done She's the kind of a girl 3 : But starts at once to do it. One likes to meet. l oz, Says Virgil, "Why should I "Rather than stay M Worry about all this work? At home," says Fred 0 It's the jolly good times "I'll go out of town " That I hate to shirk." For my girls, instead." Cv If . GX . Y 'Y 0 Q 'Q f ' llfil vw 6- 0 -lf Q S! 8 Det- v 54 ly K. 1, Ni Q 0:5 csv' r-' 'G' - W-.9-t , Q -191 -er l C552-e,,vFsQ1I Evelyn s as fine a girl As could be found If you should search The whole world round. Merle is a studious lad- One who can take a jest In all the many things he does He s always at his best. William Lord s a good rooter For the Purple and the Gold' Though he s not very timid He s not very bold. Nellie and Dorthea Are sisters two Who are kind and quiet 0112155 ev.-QE UBIII If Doris could just have her way And never go to school She d be a very happy girl And never break a rule. Don t be in a hurry Life s naught but a song So why should we worry. Charles Carl and Patrick Are talkative and full of fun. They never worry about lessons Nor about anything to be done. Here s our colored folk- Velda Cecil and Ernestine. They have gone thru high school And a credit they have been. , I 9 i9 ' V- V ' 0 0 - 1 O '-3 1- ' o 'I 9 , 9 ol , ' 4 o L. , Says Carl and Elwin, "Why the rush? '43 9 . ' 5 1 ' ' I 0 , V 1 , 9 ' , , ' I A y C.. And sincere and true. J: Now we ve come to the end of this 5 3 We can boast poem, 2 3 Of two staunch, sturdy boys. For fun it was intendedg E : Of whom do we speak? And the poet sincerely hopes : E Why-our! two Roys. That no one has been offended. E E 5 3 5 E : 3 E 5 s 5 ' 3 1 1 S 2 2 2 3 2 3 3 3 i 5 S 5 a 3 . 3 "' T I 2 X-' . Q Z T '-' s an k 2 : fire : 2 3 Q 3 3 up 5 5 Z T ' 2 ? 5 0 D o V 1- 9 0 0 Q GW rv Y 'V ,tm o X125 9 Q o ,pr o A EH L nt. sift ly ,' . 5:43, ' 4 H' X site se,-ima ww ff r zf etfg . Z. .Y ' tv " gb Qs 0 0 F U 3 i fanhnnl SILTIIBB. 0911 C9111 A. QI. On old A. C., on old C. Purple and the Gold. I Take the ball away from Winfield, victory as of old On old A. C., on old A. C. Fight on for .her fame. Fight! Fellows, fight! And we will win this game. Slight the Team. Fight the team across thefieldg show them A. C.'s here, Set the earth reverberating with 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 that 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 reverberating with a mighty cheer. Rah! Rah! R hi 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 that old Winfield now. urplz anh the Gull! A. C. High has .ever glorieduin the Purple and the Gold' And her Banners ever waver in the sky the colors bold For we win all kinds of victories in football and debate In basketball no better can be found in all the state. During six long years of High School we learn our lessons well But on the field of battle we certainly can yell And our shouts are e er united with echoes from of old Till the town resounds with glories of the Purple and the Gold. When our school days all are over and we labor in the world Our A. C. H. S. banners in our hears are ever furled And there s never sigh or sadness when we turn to memories old Q r" Us "'.lTK"" " D30 so L. -1, Rs Q' :fn I 54: lx ' I O ,Q ,n U N0 an I occ 2 a s 13 . 5 , u 3 I s . ' ' C And renew those days of gladness 'neath the Purple and the Gold. 3 1 : 5 - 0 9 Q 9 I 'A 9 Y Y ll l u -. , '- Q r . i 3 3 vs, .T ' 1.5 241 Q W 'U 9 fi 2 '3 xl ' e 'UQ 'L 4. 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