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

 - Class of 1929

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R. 4: "fi ' . fl 7, 4 . 1 ' A f' ,Il L K' l f L1 IIA7I I AUSTIN I hwvnur dnl activity point lntrxmurxl athletics I 1 WI NIJOI YN SMITH 4 hnnur mrl futlvlty pmnt-. un u ner Slums MII DRFD C WINN o honor and actlvlty point ee Club 2 G R HAROI D 1 I ADMAN 4 honsr xml activity pmntx n rlmurll athlctuf. I flllllll ufTlu.r PAGE 30 R IH BUNNI- LI 7 h mr and actlvlty points I URI AN IS Immun mrl an tlvlly lIOl s IIIIN I elter C u Intl xmurxl athlctub N18 Q I ILNN MAVIS Ih honor and an tlvlty pmnti ec Cluh 4 r V Llley sn ulst 4 Band Intramural athletic s I' RWIN DAUTRIC H I hnnur and gutxvxty pmntx Int! :mural athlntus Z I 4 I 1 1' 'I .- . 5, ' Z: 4. ' LBJ! . JU K1 f L I ,I I K- K' U 'I N I , 2 .,' 1 ' 1-1 V -I H 'm:. G'1m fT'- 4: C 2 'Sh ff" 'us' 1 ' Al b Club 3: Intramural athlctivs , ' ' ' ' ' Z' .1 G1 I 3 .2. il' Gl :I A k 4 N s l 1 2. 3, 43 ' ' 2, 4. It: : ' 3, 45 '2 ' ' ' "f - I' 2. I l N 1 1 X hi... L . xr l , .kq I x SUE FOX 26 honor and activity points. G. R. Cabinet 41 G. Ii. 2, Zi, 42 Group olficer 2, IB, 4: Shanish Club 2: Intramural athletics 2. MARIE 1RAv1s 'V' 6 hrnor anl actnlty polnts Frou: tlfTlK0l" Intramural athletics Z V17 AKTA l'WlNl 6' honor anl actnlty punt I ou v ol 1: 02 honor and artnlly po nts urlent Council Z 4 r LlLhf. Staff 1 Mirror staH' Senior councll 4 C ca met 4 F Froup officer 2 'K 4 Chmr man 'lssembly comm 4 Glee uh 2 T nnls Intramural athletnce 2 5 Claws xolleyhall 4 G A A l 4 I-'AYNUNA MlTCHl'lI.I. -1 honor and activity points ADPI INF NFWMAN 4 honor and activity polnts C R 4 Group otflcer 4 THPI MA ABI FSUN 10 honor and aatlvlty points roup officer 'R 4 Intramural athletlms 2 ' r y points oup Aust cash PAGE 31 . "mx G.R.2:1 1 '- 22 " . 1. . , I . I' f ' , v' W , A ' V .., I il 1 vow" I fyy l , f - 1' S. " . f' . G. I. 3. 41: Gr 1 T 'cr -1. G . M .: G. Rai HELEN SPAIN WILMA WI OXEN V ' i .Phono :1 al ac ' t ' SQ ' Dv ' 3 A k Gr o L0 1" . . - 42' '- - . JR. 419- ' h' .3 1. R. 2, 3, 4: Cl 3. 4: e El, 4: '- . 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C R 4 Intramural a h le us 2 X PAGE 34 MARC ARFT BRYAN 20 honor .md artluty polntx ' es of f 1 p 2 mx 7 Jumor Counu r Sr Reception C omm HPIPN Ll'MIRl r :nl amtnlty polo J Stumlnnl Ulll LN IAIRILIA lIfHl lb honor anvl ad.1x1ty polntx roup o'l'1cer 4 Int! Lmur xl 'lthlelu N nc Iunnn IRFNE LFVN IS 5 honor and tluty 1 I t G i Intrxmur nl 1 ll N F l m l X l Q f X l ' l , D ' ' - Z ' - l lr irc u , 3, 4: Glec ' C - Clxl Lg ' -'l 24: J .-I , ' A ' . 14: G. li. fi. , I jg X v ,IL u IN 1,1 ic" P4 l 1 c i. ' ' lil hom: : 1 1' " ' tu. G. . 2, 33 7 l '. Glue Flul Cl, 4: .' ' 91 Couuvil ti: G. R. 2, tl: Intru- l 'ul :lll1le-liz' 2. '- '- : ' 11 cs sa. R. .iQ 45 ' ' 35 lb: 'z 1 1 2, -13 W S ' ' l 5, 4: 2- Gl-- Clulx 2, IS, -1: . ' ' ml ' 2 '. 3. 4: Counril 29. ' ' ' '. 7 ac ' " ' vfn 4. 1. . Z t - . 1.23, 4: 1 ': :th- t' . lc-t' 2. IUUISI' AI I' YANDI' R I4 honor xml :utlvlty points 0 R Lum m mber Z 5 4 Cashier 2 DAI I- W RII HT P un rr dnl utnlty puln -. I -.st xshlu IxNN1'X x axtl :ty pumta hfet qs I H1 Y I 7 I RANIR ASIIPI I nn ur and actualy nmnn s Frunp nII'ncr 4 I II I HFNQON 7' hunvn All I .-utnxty points mn 1 ay I In r I nnlrml xth etu 4 Ihllft vu ICI S lunp uffn L1 X nn-.h nh ee I u en 02 hnnm mul futluty pmnts nmr I nv pI'1y 4 I on a xx gt A P ter I Inb u lr-trxmural dthI9tlLN fr, NII- RRII I HARRIS I' hu 1: r An I activity pnlnts runp uffuer 2 re tel Klub 4 Letter C nm lnntba 1 IILLIHII 4 Trac I'1tr'1mnrxI athletlcs PAGI 1 I Zh- 'I,'. G. R. 2, 3, -I: '. . ' m. , '. : 9 '. 3, 1 I J ' '. Lh 1 -4 'L-. L, '.1'f - I-'F - C1-' I" 3- Su ':' I-lass. II' F 1 t :- z 1 I I " " 'ig G' '--'2,2I: HI-' 2: Sh: UI 2: GI 'Inh 2: Sill t Funn- cil 2. AI.I"RI-ID JOYCE LA RUE FLK-K ge ' rl: . 3 " bll I: Ii::k1b'll 3. -42 L I ' 4: Tr: -k 35 X x Y. I s s x X if. ' 3 ' . 1 ,, s In V. '. G' ' -A I 4. I, S' Z, 'xx 'r of 4111 2, 3. Le, . j : I I :I II I 2, Si, -I: A' II 2, 22, 4: K I I'as'- 1 3 'k 2, Zi: L X U I 'I 215. HARRY WILSON 15 hnnor and activity points. Football 2, 4 1 Letter Club 4 1 Huwlers 4: Group offic-er 2, Intramural athletics 4. MON N h and tivlty points Fulf S 4 Letter Club Z ab ll n IAK lx BOW I' N ' unm mal dttxvity points r light staff -1 H Y 1 Intramural athletus 5 And 4 Flee Llub U Ea Euiillbxule nf panel PAGL JG , . -l .b , 1 sy lg Qi. , K 4 N ff x' A ffl ' XVAYNIC WALKER Zihunor and arlivity points. Vlfrestling 2, 4: Letter Clulm -13 Cheerleader 2, Zi, 4 I Intru- mural athletiz-s 2, ll: Group ufficex' 2, 3. lAlRY l'ihIl'Y 1 IIN dl INN. DOIN Int: xmurdl lthletu-. IVPIYN IPRI Flea Qlllb -1 n 1 mm nl .athleti , I 1 HA L I " T ' ' A 'T L. 0 ' ' ' 1 hlnm' 1 l - -t' " y ' t. za 4: Q", ball 2, :ag srl A H ml n You l 3. ,V.Y..f,, , ' ' ' 1 42 I . 1' I 3N 1,3 h -4 ' - ' ' ' G hunorunml rt' y mints Ak 3 i- rs, : .:4: t-2 : - '-,-3,41 '1 ' "1.4 B' 2, 2 Z u ' 3. S i I" ra fe 36 1-'wht 1 ,- - .. N , - . . ., I' , sunt..." fx ge' H . 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QN- Jf 1 A - MIRROR I ' lfllllllhfx Qs HEL - . 1-54-' ' '-X : - , " ,o Xhtlgylllflu, is E gow: fligtf '43, wtnllu-gg!-gill llll C :ISS E311 Neuman Student Councll Donald H1ckman P1CSlll8Ylt Raymond K1tt1ell V108 Plesldent lean Dunn Seuetary T1easure1 Vuy nea1ly th1ee long yeam ago Oul pa1ents launched us on ou1 hlgh school ca1ee1 Wh1le F1eshmen In the Jun1o1 Hlgh ue had a txack meet on Iheshman Day and ue p1esented the play The Tun. of Thom When vxe met as SOpl'1OT!l019S ln the Senlol Hlqh ue elected as p1es1dent Donald Hlekman VICC p1es1dent Clace Cannon secrctaw and t1easu1e1 Loulse C1evel1ng Student Councll 1ep1csentat1xe Jean Dunn N11 s Wheatley Nlxss Nemecheck MISS Ca11ou M1 Day and M1 VVells became ou1 hono1ed sponso1s It vlas ulth OLltVV3.1d calm but lnuald fea1 that vxe sta1ted upon ou1 llfe ln the Semol Hlgh among ou1 haughty classmates the Jun o1s and Semoxs In 1928 '79 vshen we met once mole thls tlme as JUUIOIS all meekness and fLa1 xx L1e gone We were xx ell QIADQlIGI'1CCCl In llfe and m the lavss of A C' H S This yea1 K1tt1ell sec1eta1y and t1easu1e1 Jean Dunn Student Counul 1ep1esentat1ve Ea1l Ixunman Du11ng ou1 Jun1o1 yea1 Mlss H111 WIISS Petz M1ss Ames M1 Snelle1 and N11 Helgeson vs ele ou1 SDOHSOIS Duung the yea1 the class has nohly suppo1tc,d all athletlcs and s1n11la1 school 1Ll21V1tl0S 1n Oldel to fu1the1 the fame of A C ll S It has also b en vsell 1ep1esented m the xauous ILUX 1t1es of the school '4 DX 1 7 xxx I vgxlbk s Q I 5 MMU 1 f """fm. 4141: sl - 1 29 U 'f' VM' 4 ,f -scifi: funn ll .ffl 'Sw Vx-lx?" 1' 'Wllulm Qin! "" l D' 'l 1 ' i f fl O YP . 'A l . V ' ' ' . - ' V V 1 , - K ' F 7 . . - . V , . . . .x L . . , . . ' . . V' ' . K ' , ' . ' V . , . L V . A4 ,' ,. . 11 . Z - . L ' y I . . , . : ,E A. V A, V 1, 1 3 ' ' Y , . 1 . X , 1 ', . . V, V' V. A . V V . I , . .' V , A v w 1, V s 1 - ' I I 1 l - 'j ' . . .,, i ' 'J ' '-. - 1 V . ' ' ' V 1 - ' "' 3 7 V , . ,. ,i , V V V V -' . ' ' i ' VL . I- . . ' V we have again Chosen Donald Hickman for our presidentg as vice-president, Raymond ' 1 : L V. . w u my 3 5 1' - 4 l y u . , 1 . , , , . .' - . . , ' ' ' ' . 1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' . V. '. . 1 . ef ' ' ' , ' 1' -' z ' ' " ' ' , . , :. Y: 1 -f 1 U. T 1 gf! 35. llll, -T ,sf ,ALSIQXQ-s 9 I -xg-' XX I, Q 'V A -x ,. ' Q 1 ' 5 :- -, - - 'aggel h La '. 1 ' I -4 ss F' I o X ga X,-1 cf., .1 V Y x Yi Q , 0 I gi Kittrell Mlller I-Iargett le Row II H Fhapfnan 1 Wells H Sims R U W O Neal Gardner Burnett Goulilen Row IV Grav I' razee K Barcelun Row V Row VI Et'3""'1' Parls C Rulers Gannon A Dax is Ogle D Drumgould Kell r PAGE 39 El w l III ' ' 1. ' . , ' L. ' M. 1. ' . li. M. Givens B. Waltrip O. Pike L. Lawson . Buzzi W. Keri' G. ' ., : C. ' W. ' . . Z. , ' 0 .... , l ll L. . fe I 4 w Amos Reynolda I ond Dautrlch PAGL 40 Row Il Malcolm Harrxnmun FNCQB1 Daufzhtery Aubmua Row III gqphf-4 Cunnlngham Young Qmlth I' outb Row IV E!4"'r' Crunk I anlidale Shea Mor! ell Row V Row VI DOFUFO Stacy Holmes McE0wen FILCII Brldges Atkln Marsh T Payne HWOOUE W W VII Thompson I Harrlb Lawson Casement A, o w l l I I I '1 I Pj - . . ' . . T. . ' ,. '- If. ' . ' Y . I. A . C. . .. ' R. Fisk . Emo . Reynolds . Wright . Rqckle Gibspn '. Flsk M. ' . .. ' . . ' ' - - W. - ' '. ' ' . ' ' , ' . . . ' R 0 I M m X N gxx Wu I QA I Vx A xx x X w I Wolf Oyzlevle Harrxson uhn Row II 'TUFFIUI Fussell Stanley Brady Powers Row III Raw IV 1477320 Loud E Weber BHISIHHCI' R Stevenson Ruigewdy J Nolan Wen worth J Dunn Row V O"Jl1'IL'Cl Kr-or nert Ausmus Patten Irwln Row VI genes Wheeler YVISC ey Payne Floyd cgwcgg ,Aww w VII Hall Hu hes Smlth McElh1nery PAGI' 11 If I , I r V - 1-1. , , D D . . , . . R. Lewis . Kirkpatrick . Walker N. Will'ams . Coyne . Rutter . Conley M. K '. ' .. 1 . . ' . . ' Rn 4 4 w I Derry Marks. Muse rn Curtis PAGE 42 Row II J Wmter 5 Handley J Juhnson Row Robinson Marahall Wnuuse Touchatune Row IV CIPZOG Dlckson Burkes MFDOW el Smlth Row V Row VI Row VII peg-an Thomas F Bennett Murrxa Nlchuls J Mclean Cunmnnhdrr Cannon R lreeman kemper Vierneke M 'lhompaon D Hlckman III R. . ' , H. ' , ' s . . L. " J. - Ii. Pile F. ' . .. ' . . C. ' ' ' . M. Smith G. Surensmm R. Palmer . A. Heard . Bowman I. Locke I-1. Newman J- " .. ' 1. - ' '. ' 1. . 4' G. ' H. I " . G. ' . ' . ' . ' ' . ' R D uv. l Circle Barber lxlnslou Burkea Row II IIFFU'-I Carter Pannlm. Kelly Akerb Row III -mmmfa Orahood Rhodes Huubton Bishop Row IV Wahlenmaler Kloxm C lbson Brewer Row V Row VI CDUSLWU Beahm B Smith Juke! W Wxllcoxcn Gmlmore J Curtns Coppenbarger J Hollingsworth Row VII may Iudd Daeschner Thompson Smxth PAGE 45 l K. ' . 1. M. ' . . ' . . C, . ' ' 1 . V. ' . . ' . li. Gilbert . Snyrler . Wommavk li. McEwen '. Palmer E. Morgan Wahlenmaier K. " s ' . . ' V. 1' 4 . ' . ' . g Row I June: Klrkpatruk Crevellnl-. R Symea PAGE 44 Row II zen:- Lewls. Ne .vman Clayton Amos FUFUOCUW15 w III Wllaon Plxley McCammon Poe Row IV Row V U-732531 Beekman Sprulll Porter Owen M Palrrer Harmon Mansfield McFerren R uw VI Belt Darrough Thomas Fuller Ruw VII Boggs Young McErw Reed In M. - I.. " .. ' ' . J. . G. E. D. ' ' ' . ' . ' . ' G. D. ' E, C. Mason . Hatheld . Morgan . Howard E. Truebluorl J, Cornish M, M001-e I.. ' ' . , . I'. ' H. : M, ' . ' ' . ' . . . C. L. f THL MIIARUIZ if ' JN! 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THE MIRRDIZ f M w. x , lll X f NJ ' f ' s H - ' - M920 me' QQQJ5 C1,.Q.,'f:' X mn' ' s 'Z .,a - 114' Z -rf' Ill H0105 Ill' I I0 omieoreses Row I Webb West Seal Johnson Goff M Mane Hay 1 IS Row II Buckle Bloomfleld Chandlel G1 aves Bloomfleld Sem s Stevenson wVl1SOY1 Row III Freeman Oldloyd Blshop Andelson B y 'VI1lle1 Petels M Wannex . , IAGE 47 l Ybf U ggixfv Kxmgxxxxxxxxxw 'U ' f 0 - df' be I llllllynayb X ?plX5Xxx ,mel 3 x -, 1. J. 1. H. 1. G. 2. D, 2. V. ' 2. B. , ' 3, A. E. ' 3. E. " 4. V, 4. V. ' 4. B. ' 5. P, 5. I. " 5. G. 1 G. . . 6. W. ' 6. L. L ' - 7. V. 7. A. 7. E. ' 8. I. ' ' 8. '. ' 'Q Y 'L',- . SITE 5Q'? , ,., 1 . -I-r ff- U' 5' 4 im' - ' " ., , K ,ll K xmnluuw ie, - SEQ: Q A my jlllu, . , 3 ' ' N 1 K1 ll 'lg N v L 1 N 4 E Q: S 112, 0 Xl Sr-..' I 'fy 12 EQ- 2 iv, u"-H-' 'x 4, Tm: MIRROIZ M. wg ' Nu um N M91 Sopllnomores Row I Isom DlCkSOH Conely Horton W Farrar Downmg Fueze 0 Helton W Row II Hampton Alexander Glbson Earlougher Douglas Gann Hughes Davenpol t Pow III Blackshere B1 ltton Fralley Jack B1 ady Car mxcheal Kmsow Hlsel IAGI' , ., ,A ,rar ll I I 5 'D XX "Q, 'X vt :s,x1-mmm NN l ,fe fc' 'Ifm,, -1' 2g1i?. uxW we-3 x 4 IlllD' qlllullllnn 1. H. 1. I. 1. C. 2. K. ' 2. J. 1. G. " 4. J. 4. C. 4. G. 5. . 5. R. 5. C. ' 6. R. ' 6. L. 6. E. ' ' 7. R. " 7. R.. 7. J. .1 8. . 8. A. ' 8. J. ' y 3 48' I gx Y?-bl W. -x 1, 4' ILQQE-.f ' 95 .543 911 X9 N. X' ' IN' dxumlllll 19' - Q -, fk'-fi' fgnfw, 3 1 WUI 5 ' GQ ' 'I :Asn ,' nllUu""' if no 'mn M fe Jo '11 mn lu 'HHN ef. : H" ' - I N . " -J., ff- -ANL Q95 " Q45 41" N1 V 5 - -f '01, ' -1? 2 421' 1110,--'v'S 4 f I Sfopilnofmlofros Row I Bayhs Burton V Rxchaldson Reece Row II Camp I Pomter Lundy I Smlth Brown Row III Roberts Hume Jacobson Stockton Blackshere Elllot I lfu,,, fu' X If f of um. PAGE 0 I1 I x Q' Q f, BHXXX I .f " "l X70-1 5 v"'7Bx,m1uWxffxQ, 3 'P 'Wllumm 'Y' nun" X' ' num W 1. K. ' 1. L. 1. J. 2. D. 2. . ' 2, L, 3. E. . '- - 3. L. 3, D, 4. E. 4. . ' 4, D, 5. B. 5. R. 6. B. ' "I -W f f ' A . 1 , , . ' ' 1 in 01 Us-Q'Q'f333 4. --:,,g5'I'A". --UQ Q' is YE? Q-' I 4 ' 1' 34,-, -1 ' -A- XJ X mmm., X g- X gf' 1 ' ' 1111111115 ff -I 5? XXV! X - .--X"1q,,' N11 ' A545595 'rv' 4 Q' I, . . Q 0 :l:.5!N g N 1 Iwata '45 1-.1 be ,4',ZLg1All ' III 91:1-v fl ' - 1 -lg 2131 S . ' 1 Y S B 'll-nllwx' sophomores K-A 1 Row I Row II Clack Funk Wrlght Houston Klrkpatl lck B1 own Bowman Knedle1 Hellyel Row III L WIOYGI Kempex Ormlston Halt Lewls PACE 50 1111 Ill, on 'GX . If 4 xxxxxmx Xa. 4 1929 9154A CD , 'N NUI' 0 -,I X 0 574 qw .f lllhulunnvw l,,N,'Hun1L 1 X l . I X A , an . L pf 5 'lr , i . 2 ' . ' A X Q - I x w 1. P. ' " 1. C. ' 1- - 1 ' 2. R. ' 2. E. 2- E- ' 3. R. 3. S. ' 3- G- I 4. 0. ' 4. H. , 4. L- ' 5. A. Downing 5. E. Morton 5. G. Gillock 6. A. ' 6. C. ' . . f gi T2-EET. idbglrbji ',A.i?EN,.- - .135-:iz H I x I X Fwd xs Rc- ,A k4x'i'.?.3: " 1 ull lu 'ff' 'Na ' Tm: MIRROR rf vxesfx . f wg I ,I 'll 1 - S+ qs'-X 3 1 9' ' ef. 9 """' In ' " ""- f ' 2 , . 0 1 S X - 9 -0 - "Q Q 9 - I ., r ss I - 1 N. . 0 1 mu 1 IW' Soplnonuores Pon I Leach Gramger Chl lstoleam Weax B1 Ex ans Scott Hem y Bills ffffffll , v x21 at "Ng "Ulu N314 ' may f1l:1,,Il?' :I -P 'Hunan Row II Slmpson Shurtz Oates Morse Snyder Asbell Coggms I M Row III Thompson Bacastow VIcLam Hlgham Fostel Nol n B McCulla1 Caster 5 Q "1 2- P uyxhhxx 1 AGE 51 ',gQf'x mmmk :fx Af., 'WWW' ff ' - ' " 1. L. 1. M. ' 1. N. 2. M. ' 2. L. 2. H. 3. R. " ' 3. O. 3. L. 1 ' 4. R. ' ' 4. G. 4. C. ' 5. L. f 5. D. ' 5. E. ' G. E. 6. E. 6. F. i 7. R. ' 7. E. ' 7. . . ' S. G. ' 8. . f' 4 E Wkff-.'d:4:s'aw L ,:5:,fI' A ' I: ni' Zvfkx' :ni 'Y I: 53 . '-'JC 'L Skim- : x . f 11111115 -H -wax 9 'mga 15 x95 le 'aL fm? P T112 Mlnnolz 4 .., .Q M . s If I 'llll llll xv I QQIIIUWB Lum rS0pll'l10lIlIl1OlPfBS X Row I Jacques Champ Day Franklln Hlght Be Kennedy Dlckerson Row II Mlller Hatfield Bartlett Harrah Anderson Campbell Darby Chl lstman Eckler Row III Condlt Landel s Wllllams Herlachel Mmgle Huffaker Handley 1 AGE 52 DX f 1 1111 1 Q' WNW I 1 611111111 , I " l , Q A 5115. wyxXX f "ll1,, -if Q Q Qulw " m 3 UHUIIIIIIIVX "fum u"' 1. M. 1. E. ' 1. E. ' 2, D, 2. E. 2. D. 1 3. H. 3. H. 3. F. ' ' 4. L. ' 4. G. 4- A. ' 5. P. ' 5. B. 5. H.h ' 6. L. ll 6. J. 6. J. 7. B. 7. H. 7. L. 8. T. ' 8. C. " 9. O. 1 .4-Q: - 'a f - .-- ' ,. x1 Kinks. 1,515.1 -E il I 3 gli:-' ,jr 1 u lllllhql, fx an efig' null I V I mo K " ,f 0 1 1. 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N. - 7. V. - 8. B. 1 8. . ' If .- -5.f?57'E J YE-+'wf 7 cf-if ' I N' 'L xxuuu1,,,w ,J QI," -...xg a , "null Illyll ll, N41-J 0' ff Q., THE 1411112012 Zgbgw 'pf' lun 1' II1 WW op 110141101 os Row I Row II M1115 Colhnson Walkel Newman K1nsIow Hel bert K A PAG1 !r x5YXI Q 6 'iff' ""w ll -"5 - ., Ullllllllll' Stanton Sllllth Plckett Beat on G1 1sw old gllllth Row III Clayton Bake1 Fullel Daeschne1 1"ul1e1 Wa1 1 en Wadddl 1 D ,I x -1 7 mama mv , 1929 9' " .1-V fa 7 6.90 slag: 2 'Inu M .V - : ' ' 91" K:'x f ' v 1 9 tgrxlf' ll -s I' 2 3 -.3 ': 'ag' ' f--.fx e f-1 ... 'X Img? xv ,J S 1 . . 1 1 ' I and , K- .. 4 M 4 4 5 f' Q lk f- ' . 3 I v . 7 I I S 1. H. ' 1. R. 1. W. .1 2. H. ' 2. E. ' 2. E. ' ' 3. K. ' 3. L. ' ' 3. K. ' 4. H. 4. L. s 4. S. - 5. H. ' 5. R. -' 1 5. L. 1 ' 6. C. ' 6. J. 1 ' 6. J. " 7. H. ' 1 N, if Y' I X' 1 , " 'Q ,. f - 156. ff ., . .- . :. E ,- : '. gn- 1 I I 15.-.-xii : 5 71. - .- I sg. F 9 uuu,,,um X L-, Av mnlu lllllh I xffy J Q j . 'A 5 Tlll-1 Mmlzon ...sfo f lllgllllll ll uw' Sophomores Row I Woel s Brown Brown McElh1ney Young Nlathews Judd Row II Holman Skidmore Lemasters Stephenson Mlller Bmford Johnson W Robmson Row III L W Crawford Young Day Whlttakel M Turpln Glllock Wells Lemmon 5 " 7 mx llll Illjlllll pq. , J ,., X xx mm I1 11 XXX -1 Gt c .,,hIl7f.,-I . I, os, 'Hum an annul" A--"L" x PAGE :Q A, , l 15.-" Jygiy. 3' - , 1' -, Sf. ...UQ ' 'seg ,,-if ,JN 641:-.. .1 , - gg? 5 1 ' -' X 7 ur xx - k . .1 5 '.x., -7, Y. Y ' - , 1 ,859 I f X N I I X , I 5 1 rl x T . I . , . W ,I ., , ., 4 A . 5 xr . . - .I ' I hx ' F . X 4' VU., I X - fl ' V ' J 'Q 5' V I' f 1 J' - f ' w,,.,1, . I . ff . mx Q .1 ' , 1 b Ar ,. I 1. J. ' 1. H. 1. . 2. E. 2. M. ' 2. . 3. O. 3. F. 3. E. 4. E. ' 4. L. 4. G. ' ' 5. L. 5. D. ' 5. E. . ' 6. R. 1 6. H. ' 6. T. ' 7. M. 7. G. 7. M. 8. . ' 8. D. fx- -'f-fe. : 'E ., 1 .. xv f X..X 'j'fQ.,:' E E1 N? -I". wir" XX 1 ,- as LIV315 Yi?-"7 'k.:'5g4' X ,,.r 1 mum -' - ' ' Q '.' 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X ff- ADMUINHSTRATHU fAXa D rf .7 """"lIm '53-Fl 5 mfg we fiko xxxxxXW' Wmw' mf Aqulalllllu? 0 :I 5 Qgikd xxXXmxLAe,2 J 4- 5'-P' "U numv Quuuu""" .1 ' f V x ,' f' ' QXW VTP r ' , ff -, xg 1 x ,R . . r, ,, Q n 'il 02? Q -,L 1 : -gs x -j'7"' my 9 A 'qu K- ' -f,x J- 1' Jxf.-sz' par -UM, 'HL -- W W ff I . 'I A 'MPL ' " f ' f ,JM 1 "NN r K 1 T X J ML K Y , g , , . - 4' f If f ' ,. 'ss r- , -...gl -f I 4115- x , X.-f '-T.: ,rf ' ,. BRQQJPH1 mf Educafion C G HOLMSTEIN Vlce Presldent MRS CORA E FINEFROCK PALPH C SOWD NT DR L E BRENIZ Plesldcnt I AGL 60 L E M BARNARD LEONARD KUIN TZ 1 .3 N V-- I PRIINLIPAL E A FUNK A B SUPT C E ST JOHN WI1 QOUTI State Teachers College Mlssouu Umvelslty Ottawa UI11V6FSlty Un ve1s1ty of WISCOHSIH IX S T C Fmpmla Umxuslty of Chlcago CATHERINE CREVELING FERN HISER Unlxerslty of Kansas PAGE 61 Y N ' ' 7 ' ' 1 - 1 . University of Kansas ' ' 4. ' -A .- 'T -to x,. ' sl . L ,K S64 9 I Qsvxek. nl 1-5 5 ' ' -'--. 3. ' 3 -H ,lr 0- 1 x - 6: THE MIRROR 2 Cv' 58 x,'7"" V9 K., 'A 10"-1 ..!'!'4 ww---U we-R g v i- 'J' f g Y - auuuau ' flu um I QM! Wm 3: t V .lyl Q . 5-, , mf FRED LAWSON B S K S T C Plttsbur ALICE M CARROW g Southwesteln College Wmfleld Indlana State Normal K S T C Plttsbmg U Ka sas GAYE IDEN B S E H PIPER A B K S T C Lmpoua Southwestern College Wmfielcl Umvexslty of Callfolma PAGE 62 fm llllllljlhl wi, , Y 3 1 Q 3? QIX ff-5 iiwwmwyux , 1 ,, ".,I -gswfmxxkll ,, m.. J .f lllmunuup l.',l1l1t xx X: n , . . . . . ., , , A. - Y . . . ., ' . t , . . 'V . . , . . 1 ,- . . . ., . ! . YP. . XlEf,f'.i I E , f 'L,.- f 'X X I x,,7 S--.-R. I 1 if ' 133: . t 13X 11 ' .Qt ,x 2 5 I A-ff' ,.-ga , -nic ll --,J Q 0- P .. 'fs ts v .taisk XX X9 ,, xr- X ' Q' .,, .... xx V 1 Umxelslty of Kansas Alva Oklahoma C3.1b0Ildal6 Illmols NANCY A B Unnezmty of College of Emporla AMOS L CURRY A B PAGE 63 . ,.. , . y . y 5 X. Y ..3B. . . Y . , .. fir.-1 ' , - -f . u. , - ,, - um 6F3""1l1lf X 5, L 56-" QQ. 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I x XX X ill Ill' um, 5 lui, I und W A SNELLER B S GRACE PETZ B S Ix S T C Plttsbulg IX S T C Empoma UHlVeTS1ty of Kansas LILLIAN CURRY B A J KELSEY DAY A B MOIUIHQSICIG College, Sioux Southwestern COHGEC City Iowa Unlverslty of Cololado Ho1ne1 Institute, Kansas Clty Unlvelslty of I111no1s W K xox f, .A ,, Q, PAGE sv B 4 0 'Ili N70 5 9 J 4, hum J f' I 'lf 'W UA Nr 3 , Jam may ny .X-xx, 5 . . , . . 7 ' ' Y. . . t., ' ' .... , , , , , I . , . . Y . 1' ' 1 ' A ' ' '44 Ill -M ., '- : 5 ,P , ':L-.- xxx? ' A X!11,,,,,I-':,54.5liQ5 ,sl K gfv. gggf gxxxxm ji .Ex-.521 I ' tr Rf", ' 54 be -4 :A K V X ' nf Ex iw .399 ,r ' X "1 I X is ' HHH M IAMAU' A ' VIHCINIA wL1scFRBL1c Ott m 1 lTHlXKlS1f.V Ottmx 1 A B Kansas Wegleyan UDlV6lSl1Y balma Umvel slty of XVISLOHQIH f Al1Z1l1idS llty Junlox Follege Mm Jani Mmm JOYCL DANIS B 5 A E QANROMANI B M lx S T C Empolla Bethany Conselvatoly 'VIcPhe1s0n College IAII ' ' .1 zz, .1,. , -y '- sg MAXINE FETROW ' ' V . 'A 4 as e o . 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"4 . mu I ' '13 10 v X y 111 f II I 9. gf Q Ka, 'J b TIIEMIDJIOIZ " ' fum ' Ill HRW' tu ent Qoruunicn The Student Council of the Senloi High School is o ganmed fo the puipo c of piomotlng the interests of the student body and to establish a elosei COOIJSIHUOH be tvseen the faculty and the students One member is chosen from every organ17at1on in the school to make up membership of the council The outstanding accomplishment of the Student Council this yeai IS the complete revision of the honor system By this svstem it is possible to deteimine the numbei of points the holders of the different minor and HIRJOI offices will ieceive The numbei of points given to the following major offices are: president of the Student Council 10' president of the Senior, Junior, and Sophomore Classes 6' president of the G. R. 83 chairman of the G. R. program committee, 5, president of the Hi-Y, 83 chairman of Hi-Y program committee, 55 editor of Mirror, 7g business manager of the Mirror, 6, editor of the Ark Light, 85 business manager of Ark Light, 7, head cheer leader, 7g chief cashier, 9. Minor class offices, administrative group offices, assistant cashiers, assistant editor of Mirror, assistant editor of Ark Light, assistant business manager of Mirror, assistant business manager of Ark Light, members of the G. R. and Hi-Y cabinets, and assistant cheer leaders, are all given a certain number of points equal to their impor- tance. The number of points given for music and forensics was also decided upon by the Student Council. The oEicers are: president, Georgia Long, president pro tem, Frederic Busch, secretary, Robert Stanton. The sponsors of the organization are: Miss Edith Davis and Mr. J. K. Day, and Prin. E. A. Funk. The members are: Forrest Reed, Louise Hollenbeck, Oleta Osborne, Ruth Henry, Mary Louise Branine, Agnes Gannon, Betty Baisinger, Neva Christolear. Florence Beahm, Billy Pixley, Walter Ranney, Sybil Adams, Helen Matthews, Laura Lewis, Katherine Getter, Margaret Cotton, Cleo Newman, Carol Cunningham, Helen Spain, Tom Casement, Lorraine Lawson, Ned Brandon. Kenneth Walker, Alfred John- son, Robert Brown, Earl Newman, John Curtis, Phillip Mansfield, Lyle Cooper, and Louise Creveling. PAGE 70. , , safe. . p 5 ,g 1 gs, mp Ill. 2 U' . . ': J X, . ?-- N 'i L llllllllluuZu+:"1'1E'fia5 I EU: fi :gi - Mxxxxxyfl I i - ifzffl llllfurly 53:15 'Q-l'11':?e:sx:-1 aff., -f ' Xrmlllllvx Q55 K-1" l Q I K K - 1' X I' .V Af A -, 'D' :F' 2 x ' s! -3:1110 if L, iyg gie 0 Rv E el. ,nsz 1 X 'ulllidv Ulfl ' - .s. ' - - : , -f, " 9 '4f?,'.,j.. 'RXLF Zhi'-7 , S N . aj. xx X vw! .E Lf S dl 'll ' ' ' ' . , Q 1' " 1' . 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' ' 9 il ' Y f X Z Ax' I v ll Horror Seo ninety The Arkansas Crty chapter ot the National Honor Society has been organized for the past frve years This organrzatron rs based upon four cardrnal prrncrples leadership character, scholarship and servrce Membershrp rn thrs Society rs the hrghest honor whrch can be conferred upon a hrgh school student, and graduatron vrrth honor rs possrble only through membership rn thrs socrety In order to be elrgrble for electron a student must have rendered servrce to hrs school have proved himself a leader, have been honorable rn character and have ranked rn the upper one thrrd of hrs class rn scholarship Only Junrors and senrors are elrgrble for thrs honor and membershrp rs secured through ele trorr by the faculty At the begrnnrng of the school vear the Honor Socrety was composed ot nrne members who were elected during their Junror year These members vrcre Georgia Long, Frederic Busch Cleo Newman 'VIary Stanton Emory Day Mary Geeslrn Iranl West, Iulsre Penfreld, and Leota Smyer The folloavrng persons were admitted to the socrety at the trrst electron rn December Helen Sparn, Frances Krlburn, I ee Woods Katherine Newman D J Grrfrrth Mary Shannon Margaret Cotton, Forrest Reed and Pauline Funk At the second electron, rn March the following senrors were elected Earl Sprung gate Eva Jeannette Boger, and Bernadean Brllrngs The yunrors who obtained member shrp were Jean Dunn Donald Hickman Dorothy Wheeler' and Gerald Mrller Wersgerber Nancy Lee Dedvnan and Mr Fred I an son The members are as follows Bottom row Leota Smyer Helen Spam, Pauline Funk Mary Geeslrn Elsre Penfreld Mary Stanton Dorothy Wheeler Second row Jean Dunn Bernadean Brllrngs Katharine New man Frances Kilburn Mary Shannon Eva I Boger Cleo Newman Margaret Cotton Georgia Long Top row Forrest Reed Earl Sprrnggate, Emory Day Irrederrc Busch, Lee Woods Donald Hrckman Gerald Mrller Frank West nn In v xv 'A Q ff 7 xxxxxum! PAGL 71 I ohhh' 'fu X' 1 'fu V gg' rr wxuu 'f ', A 1, , :pr s gf qurrrrr 93. 3 P unn' nmu""' r . 7 ' Q . Y . . I . . . . . . . 1 . . Y. , . . . v . . , . , , 1 ' ' ' K l U . .' ' . ' ' . .D K . , X . 1 ' , . ' . .' . . ' . . ' ' Q . . 1 9 A v 1 v X Y 1' ' 1 . r , . , . . , , , . , ' A . . , . 2 . .' - 4 , ' I - ' . ' . '- 3 , 1 r '- The sponsors of the Honor Socrety thrs year were: Misses Edith Davis, Virginia , , , . ' 1 'r . s ' . . , . . l ' 9 V 7 7 , , ' l - . . u : y ' - 1 ' 'V Z ' I x ' v ' ' 7 1' Y 1 ' I r ' - . . . . . .' . 1 . .' , ' I ! I A ! Y - Y ' I! ' X . Q. Y: .. 3 -, 'S ' f at -wif ,sts- f 2 5' 32 .'-Q.'2:e--' . I - ,- ,N - - If - --ff r - - ,zz X . s : A lf- rt , -- r J, - --' "ii " " u V S 71 X ' A K 'xxv' -.1-.ax ' U xfll mxuuu X6 ,1-'J qv x gf u UU ul, dx ,I -X x , 45? 1 avg- 3 ,5, 9 ' I I eb., Tsai.: 'veg 5'-if Q 5 3 an 111 amjaz -. ll QZQ'Na1g Tl-IE Mlllllllll 'a'iLH1v0'l-few? T f Qnwv um! Gaul Reserves Girl Reserve Cabmet PlL5lllCTlt Leota Smxex V1ee Pmesldent GIHCL Cannon Seeletaly Jean Dunn Tleasulel Que Fox 'lh Gul Reseues, whose DUIPOQC IS to plomote and stlmulate Chustlan uhm aetel and fellowshxp among the gnls IS the lalgest actlxe o1gan1zat1on 1n school T Q guls ale tlamed ln chalactel bulldmg and selvlce Last year the Gul Reserves vx as changed flom an lndependent hlgh school Y W C A to the Gul Reselves vshlch brought them undel the auspmes of the Natlonal Y W L A The most outstanding of the many soclal events vsele the welcome prntv ton thc nevs gnls the gypsy panoxama and the mothew dwughtel banquet The COITll'!lltt9Q chaumen a1e membershlp G1aee Fannon DIOLIIJHI I'ls1e Pen field finance Sue Fox soclal seruce Bextha Bybee, muslc Maly Geeslln publxelty EUDICG Thompson soclal Helen Qpam The sponsols a e Wllsses Fdlth Ames Heler S1lY61XXOOd, Edna Wheatley and Ohve Ramage The eabmet members plctured above are Top Row Carol Funnmgham, MISS Edna Wheatley Maly Geeslm Elsle Pen field Mlss Edlth Ames Helen Spam Ben tha Bybee, Sue Fox Bottom Rovs Leota Smyel, Mxss Helen SllXLlXXOOd, Jaan Dunn, Illlllte Thompson 1 ffl I Q Za ' mm 1 AGI fl "'llllu,,Z 'ssvg Y: 1 9 da 15518. 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V Qu , , if W x A , -as 6 l- cal? -f illlllluu 'ul' xx N I SR f , I ' I N' ' 2 E Q lf" ,gf-1 fl 1' J' ""f'?Ss1- ss' 1 'i1'::k" xtill,-f5'?f7",:l 7 18' 4 l' 4 sei 'J 1 If fe y ,,, T111-1 1111112012 2 -3. .1 1 I' Nlllnqw .III lllmll' l A - MY H11 Cabmet P1es1dent Ralph lllICCO11'YllCk XVICC P1es1clcnt Emo1y Day Scc1eta13 INOIYVOOLI Amos FICHSLIICI Ha111son Shea Phe H1 Y has lmcen a VOIV successful olgamzatmn ln A C H S th1s ycar It IS 1 club of hlgh school boys O1g'd.l"llQil fOl the purpose of c1eat1ng mamtalmng and xtcndlngr th1oughout the school and commumty hlgh standalds of Ch11st1an chax acten It IS a Ch11st1'1n o1gan1Lat10n but non sectallan The H1 Y IS a great na tlonal movement comnoserl of the fmest lcd blooded boys to be found ln hlgh schools th1 oupghout the countu Th1s Ol anlzatlon holds 1egular mcetmgs evexy two weeks at the Nlethochst chulch duung the noon hom At these meetmgs talks ale glven by buslness men and bv H1 Y OHIICCIS of the states The H1 Y sent ten member hom QGIIIOI Hxgh and foul membe1s flom Junlor Hlgh to the H1 Y Conxentlon at Newton th1'-1 yca1 lhcv 11e1e accompamecl by fou1 of the sponsms The H1 Y SIJOHSOIS of '3en1o1 Hlgh ale Hoyt P1pe1, Kelsey Day and Amos Cu113 The cabmet Y11Ql'l1lJ61S IJlCtlll6Kl aboxc 'uc Pop 1o1x Ralph McCo1m1ck F0llCSt Reed Ben Atkln Nouvood Amos Jack Hlsel J Kelsev Day Second Row E H P1pc1 Fredeuc Busch, Lyle Cooper Fmo1y Day John Hall Bottom R011 D J G11ff1th HZIIISOH Shea Challcs E a 1 lo u g h c 1 P aul K11 kpatuck fn Q fr 5 1, Q: xo 1 s 1 -.1 NXXXXXXN 1 f 'lIlIIlg,IQQYp' YN Ng-. 55,81-s xxxxxxx 4 1-'WP 5 0, n Q o Q ZW 2 anim llqu ll P :fi Q .yyxX gexg Q, 4 -7 lulllllllllx ' Illllllnl ,I ' 11 me . , . l 1 Lf' X iirnnikd YiiYAAYiu--- Y iA----- V iirii ---- Yrnrb Qv- 1 " , - - y V 7 T - - V w - 1 u 1. , .- X . 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MID.D,0R z -lr9,Qw"' Jerry 4 f 0' llll mor Sltfallrll Edltol ln Chlef Fleo Newman Asslstant Ed1t01 Loulse C16V0llI'lg' Busmess Managel Frank West Asslstant Busmess Manage1 Ben Atkm Humol and Calendal Georgla Long FOISUSICS and Dlama Paulme Funk Cartoonlst Alfl ed Johnson Muslc Maly Geeslm G11 ls Athletlcs Helen Spam Glrl Reselves Ma1y Shannon H1 Y Robelt Seal Snapshots Malgalet Amblose Typlst Lee Woods Sponsors Inez Johnson Bled Lawson, Maurlce Myer The lVl111o1 Staff vm is composed of a N015 coopexatne gxoup Much of Its success should be cledxted to Cleo New man edlton because of hel effluent leadership PAGP 74 'Ax fr 9 1 NN 'J HRM "4-T -L U HA owl' ' 1 lu 1 x os' P y m 3 .' 3 ' I flllynuung 'mjunuu 10 i'Y' ti xx . 1, . , L K S l '-. - A i--- Yrrir VVi-Vi Y V A Viirrri Y-ii V Y Y Yriiriiir Y YYVY V' Yrriiriiiii A Yirr Yriiriirr I I Boys' Athletics H ,..,,e,, ,,,,., ,e,,, Y , ,e,e,,e,,,,..,,, Y , ,,,,e,.,.,,,,,e,,,,.,..e,e,,, ,,,e,,,,,,,.,..,,, , 7 Ned Brandon .1 , . . ,,..,.,,,,,,n....,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ., .,,,,,,,,,,,....,, , 1 ' l A ' . . . ,E , V , . , , . 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' ' flllg YQ, , -, filgftg Elf? -, 12, Q,.-- ' XT. f EX , 715,34 B" ,5 2 F' ' 5, rfinxX .-.L 'va 13 g " e y, 'f-1 5 7 L JK l - ' ex L 1 :flag-. - e ,K x N' Xu J-' '1 if X-, 'posit s-"f"ff, X54 vs 2' I '. v " h I ' S 696'-f"f1f5"N-aa 5 THE MIRDDQ '0lTll:ns-"ss A lla 1L nglht EDITORIAL STAFF Ed1to1 Frederlc Busch JI Assoclate Edltols Leota Smyer Bernadean B1ll1I'lg'S Cleo Newman E1s1e Penfleld Llterary Edltor Mary Shannon Feature Edltor Helen S1115 Sport Edltors Jack Bowen Helen Spa1n Through The Keyhole Louise Hollenbeck Bernlce Wmslow Exchange Editor Katharlne Newman Sponsor Mauuce Myer Frank West Ethel McCorm1ck Florence Beahm Dorothy Crockett Tleva Agnew Lucllle Atkln Marjorle Spam Katherlne Getter Junlol Reporters Ben Atkm Shelby Bell Jack Cornlsh Russel LGWVIQ Bllly Pvcley Glenn Solenson Betty Balslngu Flo MRFVID Helen Ronslck Carolyn Rutter Dorothy Wheeler Helen Wommack Clarlce Morgan, Brlan Coyne BUSINESS STAFF Busmess Manager Clalence Kldwell AdV9l't1SlI1g Manager Isaac Smlth Asslstants Harold Pulnett George Kroenert Beulah H111 Clrculatlon Margaret Amblose Much of the success of the Ark Llght thls yeal was due to the fine and able mstructlon of Maurlce Myer formerly of Washlngton D C The cooperatlon betvs een the students and Mr Myer was so systematlc that the paper was the most successful one that has evel been publlshed g ff 4 mu IAGF7 llll Ill V' A wx 1 6 "4f: 4 ff' ww 4 gif! 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"L I, 'C 'X 9' XII ll' mum ' if-'55 W2 s u fu ,ullll S 4' v 6 I lllllu ul' '-f 4,, -:UNK i jo v, 50 'I' 'll uni-N lllllm GAA Louise Hollenbeck Marjorie Spam, Leota Smvei Helen Spain The G A A IS still in its infancy having been organized ln this school only thi ee yeais ago The chartel membeis to recelxe letters were all SQHIOIS of 1926 namely, Rosalie Stanley, Ina Jack, May Higat Gladys Paiks Laura Eckley Jessie Bish, and Ethel Bybee. These members fittmgly represent the pui pose of the G. A. A., which is to stimulate interest in physical well-being, to make fine sportswomen, and to encourage a love for the out-of-doors as a playground. In 1927 ten letters were awarded, seven to juniors and two to seniors. The seniors of the class of '27 who won this honor were Zelta Freeman and Charlotte O'Connor. In 1928 five letters were awarded, one to a senior and four to juniors. The seniors who were graduated with this honor with the class of '28 were: Carol Bardo, Ernestine Young, Evelyn Young, Elsie Allard, Fern Messner, Elizabeth Ranney, Irma K. White and Leora Stevens. The senior members in 1929 are: Marjorie Spain, Louise Hollenbeck, Leota Smyer and Helen Spain. The G. A. A., though it has only a few charter members, is composed of the girls in the advanced gym class and of all sophomores girls who care to work for points. It was from the advanced gym class that a specialty act was organized and featured in the circus of '27 and '28, G. A. A. stands primarily for the physical benefit of the girls themselves and not for the exploitation of their prowess in public performance. 1 1. Q, -'AY 5' fr as X I AGE 76. f5 40111, ,'?'E.5:?- bfi ' ? gi- fig?-"' QXXIWN YS! - ff: Q35 LII' 'QI V 11, Q N mmm xi'-YY: Q- Ill ' ' I ,X Xl figs 3 1929 sys ,feta xwllll --i'Q9, , x x xx Q .-v, 2? " QQnnn"' qlllllllliliw X , " : Y K - A - . - - ' 4 N g ' .1 'sa Q: 2 elm W X 1 .74-I N I 9 'steer-, "ll: A- '3i5 THE MIRROR 'fav' or -:fr 4 0 0 O . , K . . . I fy, . . . Y 7 l ' 1 7 Y ' , Bl X X159-73 :wav gllllu 01, ,ur 'Ill ,, bil .gQa ' S ,J 9 -' ,, ',.- in - 'nga' Q5 395 ii ,ull --17' iv' Q 'Sfl'a'ef-f"'1u,,"m'5QS MIDRUR 2 -av? ' 'owl-1-fur. 4 S ll III lllun s I l llffetterr' fcllrurb One automatrcally becomes a member of the Letter Club by earnrng a letter rn '1 nrfrjo or nrxnor sport Any athlete award fl a letter rs elrgrble for m nrbershrp and those 'rdmrtted are qrven one of the hrghest honors the school can bestovx There arf. no seholarshrp requrrernents for membershrp except those necessary for earnrng a letter Thrs Club represents all that rs frne rn athletrcs sportmanshrp and clean xxholnsonre fun, and thrs rs the goal for all athletes Fo reu rve a letter rn football a player must have played 15 of the 28 quarters In basketball, letters are awarded to those who have played 31 of 60 quarters One first two seconds three thrrds or placrng rn an Ark Valley meet or K U Relays, rs requrred before a competrtor recerves a letter rn track The members are as follows Bottom Ron W Walker L Beatson C Grbson M Harrrs, R Krttrell C' Jack C Annrs Top Ron I qymes, M Palmer, H Wrlson J Mel ean Y Ixloxrn R Palmer Milly, fx ' 5 G 149 5' mum PAG C .. c f, 511'.f9l"- 929 .339 W vN".."lE' x 4-.Lv 1. ' Illummli Kl aims, x -r . jr"-. '. 'e - " " -e -.', . 1 . Q ' , . I K ' '. . . f., . . ' . ' - ' - . ' , A a . . , v Y s ' 1 y s p. . v u . ' . 'z . , . , . ' . , . . ' ' , 1. '. Second Row: G. Barton, G. Kroenert, A. Davis, F. VVest, H. Chapman, J. Curtis, ': J. . . ' . ' ' , . -.' , '. ' , . '. I-, 1 x -e gn v.lx:1 , CE - -4 X R at f. ff so Aff' 5 1 E 7' Er' 4 nu ' log f ' 'H xx! - '-a ul. 5 xi N x.. 0 n.. ' Q x ',xO was A M. 'sa sz.-'--'xi Q 'Y-srfJ'f'45' THE MID.D,0Q 2 'swf' ,o"',QPvT "' 4 ' I p llll S 9 Cl lb I' 'lllmum 1 'll ILBWV jp e will ers The Speedeis Club for the puipose of increasing accuracy and speed and im piovmg the ihythm of the members, was first organized in 1924 During the fust year thcie wcic only five members, all of whom weie gnls One boy Donald Monciief, sue cceded in gaining membership the second year bince that time the pei cent of boys has been higher, but the girls have always had a decided majority. As the qualifications vsere not sufficiently high last year, they were raised to keen the membership vuithin the caivicity of the typeuriting room. This year a first year student must write, with an accuracy of at least 85'A 40 words the first semester and 45 words the second semester. A second year student must write with the same accuracy, at least 50 words. All members must be passing in all subjects. The officers are elected every six weeks according to their ability. A speed test is given by the sponsor, Miss Adele Hill and the papers are ranked according to points irate of speed plus per cent of accuracyj. The four ranking highest are the officers. There was keen competition this year among the members for offices. Elsie Penfield is the only one who succeeded in being president twice. Those vs ho held offices during thc year mere: president--Marjorie Morgan, Mary Geeslin Elsie Penfield and Claude Gardner' vice-president-Helen Karn, Elsie Penfield, and Claude Gardner, secretary- treasurer--Elsie Penfield, Marjorie Morgan, Jean Dunn, Pauline Funk and Mary Geesling Ark Light reporter-Lee VVoods, Helen Karn, Marjorie Morgan, Jean Dunn, and Thelma Ableson. The members of the Club are: Bertha Bybee, Neva Christolear, Pauline Funk, Mary Geeslin, Helen Karn, Marjorie Morgan, Elsie Penfield, Forrest Reed, Laura Lewis, Hazel Spohn, Lee Woods, Gerald Miller, D. J. Griffith, Francis Kilburn, Jean Dunn, Mary Wetmore, Dorothy Wheeler, Juanita Palmer, Cleo Newman, Mary McFerren, llelen Kuntz, Claude Gardner, George St. John, Bernadean Billings, Edith Weber, Mary A. Heard, Daisy Chandler, Thelma Ableson, Oleta Osborn, Eunice Thompson, Jack Cornish, Faynona Mitchell, Betty Baisinger, Vernice Smith, Helen Curtis. 4 ,lla :jf-4: Q, ' -1 5 -JZ , "0 'aff my '- X' !lluu1,,, vii, 'S sul, 57. . ?'xxxxXX vig: ' "!lui , T 'Q' 410ml is 35' xi J' -. V - Xiu - I ' -' .ff -- xyuy Qllllllllf' I AGL 78. Ill, w li g 4 i I XXE I Q, xxx k l f .5 l I s-. - l i 2 p - - 3. - X 5 .J 6 1 "-T? Q! Q ox ol ' X A v X 455' 'fi ' N ull u hlhilllnyhi -ii J I TK I x'1 I ll 0' flu um lu I ml' , ' X : .K I ,N 'bil ,,f?N',A- " - 5 J Q -5 . , 1, ' , ef- sa fa eva .f,..+,.xa' u ,-:-I an "5?52:f'.ff"'l15"'N'3? THE 2 -wif' ,ftxrvs-'Fr-r? 4 lb iilllP'lI'S9 Since Thrift was first established ln the Arkansas Crty Hlgh School frve years ago, the amount banked and the per cent ot students banking have steadily increased The cashrers who are elected bv their respectrve admrnlstratrve group, meet every two weeks to discuss problems concerning banking They often meet with offrcrals of the Home National Bank where the school savings are deposrted Emory Day who was assistant cashier last vear rs the head cashier and Brlly Prxley 1S hrs assrstant Billy will be head cashrer next year and hrs assistant wrll be elected from cashiers rn the Junror Class After a room cashier has recelved five stop slrps from the bank he IS automatrc ally dropped and hrs assistant takes his place Stop slips are shps sent out the cash rers showing where they have made an error May Bond cashier rn room 104 and Pearl Amos, cashier in room 204 have had one stop thls year This is a very good record There are twenty three cashiers and each one has an assistant The banking per cent this year has been raised about two per cent School per cent of students who bank is 88 The total amount banked last year was S6 403 78 A majority of the rooms have banked 100 per cent thrs year Bottom row Luella Hume, Darlene Ixolpke Margaret Cotton Martha McKenz1e Vrwran Harrington, Katharine Newman Edrth Weber Mildred Wells Second row Donald Henley Opal Stebbins Leona Hollingsworth Helen Thomas, Pearl West Frances Krlburn, Eugene Funk Ival Gibson Brlly Plrcley Top row Charles Fuller Stephen Wright Doyle Conley George Kroenert George St John Emory Day Lester Slmpson PAGE 79 Il, x D If Q 95312415215 X ixvq rxxxxuuuxxg? ll x x .L 6 llllnunx! mimi!! ss-xg, x . x .v ' .r 'Y . . . , , . , ' . A ' . . . . . . , , , , I banking as a whole has reached as high a rate as 98 per cent this year. The average l ' V ' ' V 7 ' . .. y . , ' g - Z . , K , . - . I , . , . . . I y A ' . : . .I , , . . y A 1 , ' y I Q , . X we -1 ia , - ' -' - J 1 . -,.- x -z. 'f f1g"",QQ5 gag - 'fig' D. - 'ef u,, " 2 -- 'quul ,JS ul, -1 .f ' ' 0 f r x e X The 1927 28 H6Ct1C Howlers Club vx as reolganlzed th1s yeal mto a mo1e demo 'mill' vs I 'X' fa'-9' -ie: - I-luullilgl N 'lily' 3 .J k J QJ J -I4 'xl xlfw 0 K s sp 59: tx is-g sa Q K D 155' XSN1 J , X ef.. If '-"T '5 ic' 1 1 2 XI' im' ff" Y! Q '1?64,m,' l1,,, " 27? IRD. I2 2 'lt-' mo! c.-n 5. 9 pep Club Cl3t1C and C00p61atlVG olganlzatlon The same p1lI'1C,1pl6S, as those oi the f01 mer club ale Callled out ln the new Howlers Club Undel the new system membels ale elected Each 3.d!'l11I1lSt13.tlX0 gloup IS 3 nwed tn plnrff fwn 1-nrneepnfafvvps 2 buy 'mtl 2 unl Each yeal the confe1ences :ue to have at least two 1C1l1l.S0l'1t2.t1VLS The pel cent of membelshlp IS to be llmlted by the olagmzatlon Once a membel of the Howlels, and lndlvldual 1S a member as long as he IS ln Hxgh School, but IS subject to lecall at any tlme lf he becomes undeslrable The offlcers for the 1928 29 Howlers were presldent, Paulme Funk VICQ presldent Robelt Stanton, secletary tleasurer, Charles Ealloughel Student Councll membel, Loulse Crexelmg, Ark Llght leplesentatlwe, Lucllle Atl 1n and chanman ol School Splrlt and cooperatxon mcleased Wlth the leolganmatlon It IS the hopc of the 1928 29 Howlers Club that each veal w1ll find the standalds of Alkansas C1ty Hlgh School on a hxghe1 basls of spoltsmanshlp and loyalty thlough the actlvltles of the Club K Q fr .7 I AGE PU 114,10 Y'-.-xun -, x 5 , '5 mxxmh "lm, ' 410 J' 9 fix N159 4 , f Iu .115 zg.j'VfmuN" X. :SWE s v fllllllllltx Quumu-" w - . , Y A . A . , . I 1 Q -.' ' 7 . 5 . .- . D ' ' . ' , . 'A llc.. M ..... . .- ,c .:---... .I --, , .Nj ,. ,5f.'.. . . - .- A . . ,S ' J, ' f. . - , Y Q . . Q . ' Y ' Y . . . - 1 I . .5 I ' the stunt committee, Margaret Cotton. 7 . ' 1 1 ' N . :TAC-a , ' '1 - - . fha' ., uvhr- J.- .1 'R ag!! 'll Its-. .1 in f ' -1 -,fb ' E 5 :V '-"XX A, -Q .: J, qffiw' JULY X N' 1 X - Q ' f G? 'QQQ ' aj A n1""" ""o apxxmluz , -idx -V .fi Ya fsivg JS ' v I f' 0 -.. 2 2, : ago, ' xx ,-, ' " w we?-,00 N avi' THE MIDIXOIZ v -heb' sw".-ffm F' 'X 9 00" QUT um" x -L I' f 1 B f - 'I mfs N,-1 4 35 392' A MUSHQC ENE L 'E' ' '4' uuvwmm WF 81 X S fl 1 3 ,mxxxx ,wife x X lull xl X J Bu IX X g ,3 S ,I '3 , . 'Q ,. Q , x . f - V ,,A,' ,,:,.f F .4 . , -Q.:f,, f 2 q 4 ,, " NNW' ,f V7 N ' 5 GBT S H Flrst row Bllllngs Geeslm McKenzie Brown Lundy Gra ngel Hollmgswolth McFowen Stanton H Spam Shannon Cotton M Spam Vaughan Wallace Second row Nold Newman Hubbard Crawford Ch11stolea1 Fxueblood Payne Tlghe Sllls Osbolne Clayton Plumley Wannel Thnd row Leach Ferguson Brock Iawson Thompson Yankee Wells POlt91 J Cunnlnhgam C Cunnmgham Hamllton Gannon Hemy Fourth row Funk Lemelt Glbson Flsk Stockton Mxller BICLZITI Freeman Holmes Patten Ronslck Molgan Flfth row lUCCOI'IlllCk Kempel Coopel Paton Scott Feldmann Wheeler Bond Wolfe Penfleld l AGE 82 HOWARD FELDMANN This yeal the Glrls Glee Club has proxed to be a vely popular organlzatlon and has appeared be fore the Klwams Club LIONS Club and the Young Peoples Conference as well as IH assembly The Club thls yea1 was chalacteuzed by quallty as well as quantlty wlth a membelshlp of 64 Thls IQ the largest membelshlp the Club has evel had Thnty two membels wele plcked flom thxs group to leplesent the school ln the Ark Valley muslc contest at W1ch1ta thlS yeal 'lhe selectlon sung by the glrls was The Day of the Fau by Colerldge Taylor The Cnls Glee Club placed fhst ln the contest and also appealed w 1th the boys ln the mlxed cholus m whuh thev placed f'11St It was wlth the and of the Gnls Glee Club that A1 kansas Clty placed hlst m the muslc contest 0 Hy G HD f . z -uv ' 9 1 9 'Q r I 9 9 J 9 9 ' 9 9 1 - 1 9 - ,. V. . .'. , , - x 1 1 1 1 y 9 9 9 9 9 9 - ' Y . . . ., . . - x 1 9 4 ' 9 9 9 '9 1 , . . . l - 1 9 - 9 : 9 - - 1 9 1 -1 9 9 ' r 9 9 1 y - - - 9 9 9 9 ' 9 9 9 9 , . ' . ' 9 , y - .Y . . 1 9 , . , ' . . . . . . ' , . '. Y 4: -,sv ' '. Y . - . 1 , x ' - ' v'. . . 1 , . . . .I , , 1 un K ,,,,- A5 . N' :- 'Yp "ff ff 141 w THE x' ' xv" PUT ,xx llluw, ,NR A 5 X.: f.:-ta 'tag 5-NR df 'null llly, .- sw-.A " 'NLG QQ9: lace Q '4-- ' gall ,-fa: -.' ah -, ll N I ,, -.- - : x4.9,,wX? xl , 1, N B ,Jr ll X se Z '-1 3, ' s,-P ' IN l "' NI umm Ill 1 uw" Boys? Glele F1 st 1oW Wheeler accompamest Gann, Stanton Wrxght Kelley Knedler Earloughel Ranney Cornlsh Second low Feldmann QdlI6Ct0ll, Symes, Plckett Talley Nlchols Laweon D'lC?LhHQl Allen W'alke1 Helton Thl1CllONV Howald Fouts McFe11en Amos VIcCorm1ck Grlfflth Fullel Epllng Foulth low Loud Busch Cooper Sweeley Mavls Kuhn landels Walkel Undel the capable leadershlp of M1 Howald Ifelclmwnn the Boys Glee Club has ploved one of the most populal muelcal olgamzatlons of the year It has fxppeamed on the program for the KIWBHIS and Llons Club ae well a fOl Junlol and Senlol Hlgh asscmblxes At the Mk Vallev muslc contest held at Wlchxta ln Nlalch the Glee Club tled fox second and thud place xxxth VV1nfleld The boys sang Lo How a Roee Ere Bloommg by Pl36t0!'l0LlS W 1th the ald of the Glrls Glee Club they placed filet n mvced cholus vuth then' 1I1t8lpICtatl0Il of The lee Shore by C Colelldge Taylor The OHICQFS of the club wexe Leondls Kelley pxesulent and Ralph McCorm1ck becletaly tleasul Cl Q ven xaluable membels of the Glee Club w1ll be gladuated Lhls year They are Helbert Allen Paul W alkel Challes NILFQIICII Fred Busch Ralph NIcCo1mxck D J G11ff1th,and Lyle Coopel ,Q f I QI f lllflll YK I E I , , f,. "":f e ., -P lllnmmv' DOROTHY VVHEI LI' R 5 s f-5-1 4' mx PAG x , NWN H unighx inxwllw 'fd 711.5 KX Agni xx?-v lunu -Q , z 33? x, f ,Q . . ' ' ' - ' bv x r r r s , . . 1 . x - , . . . . . ' ' ' r r 1 - f C ' A .1 y 'y - - s 1 1 1 L v 1 'J - ' v v r 1 7 1 1 ' 1 ' '- w x , r , . c . . 1 S . , S ' ' ' 1 ' 1 ' f . , V ' . ' . - 1 Q ,' ' n .1 . . , i . ,, v . ,. . . . , l. ' . v' ' ' - - ' ax u ,- A -. - . s . ! y - . . - . .- hy '. K S ' ' . . . , . ., . A . .. Y y . . ' . r ' .' ' . - , . . . Q 1 ' V Q 'Q '. 4 - . 'ffl -f' Q - fr: ' fl K.- , -.'-- -' T E x -. .ig s., f,. - . ' ite 7. gud ' .x ,x 5 f A ,O Y . ,V - 'll QQ I ' 0 p 'xx , "us r , . '-' - N. , 4 QLO- . W , ll Isa' f I Nl x - 'Gu ,' 4. . ' 1 ri 1 a -' U, 5' "" ll K J. l "" at " im"""','Ff ..xll,,,l rx J, x A-,xxxyxy 7 4 Q X N1 . .-" '11 it' - :V a 'K'-S al? :f ' Mmnolz .f I 5 W 1' - flwyuub x- luuxxf ur s Quartet Maly Geeslm Elsle Penfleld Maly Shannon Paullne Funk fnst soplano second soplano fust alto second alto accompanlst The glrls quartet has been one of the most populal 1111151021 organlzatlons of the yea: The glrls have made lepeated appearances at neally all the CIVIC clubs and socl etles of the clty and have always been l6C9lX8d vely enthuslastlcally They have also enteltalned 1n nea1bv towns In the A1k Valley contest they placed second All the membels of the quartet w1ll be gladuated th1S spung PAGF 84 ,111 ,, xo Q 5 -C-'W 7 VXXXXXKXXNN 6iQa V' 12 5,4 UL jj" mxxxbfv "' 'll' cl T ' L Wig lx, S I " "'Hunm X 'mmm' " I Es 11 Y Dorothy Wheeler ,....,. .....e,.,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, . ,, .,e,, ,, , ..,.,,.,,,,,,,, ,e,. , ' . , ' . . . 3 . gl Lzgpixir Ah Egg? F51 .,' 43-'gif ' ., ff 'us If : E -' +- "gm ,f --4 - -3-5: 6 , ex '-. qs kgs-, ' W fx ' --f K, ion -?'f XR ll ., ' .L ' 415147, s B ' . 9xXh.tlllIl4Il 94+ , :QR 0"" 'i???: -,' gllllll llllll, N ll 'Wf' ' Q " 00 r Mnznolz j"bK4,t-r -., e X W lllllh 'll HW oys rularitemt Dennls Landers flrst tenol Charles loud second tenor Frederlc Busch flrst bass Lyle Cooper second bass Thls year there was some dxfflculty ln perfectmg the organlzatlon of a boys quartet, because the membels chosen at first wlthdrew from school The members of the quartet are Dennls Landers the first tenor Charles Loud second tenor, Frederlc Busch, first bass and Lyle Cooper, second bass The quartet was not able to partlcpate m the annual Ark Valley muslcal contest at Wlchlta thls year because of the Illness of Charles Loud, the second tenor but the boys have made several publlc performances and have sung ln assembly a number of t1m6S Frederlc Busch and Lyle Cooper are the senlors All the boys have been 1mp0ltaHt members of the Boys Glee Club ,,,, ,001 v ,was fq A a I, 1 4-a fa xxxxmx U un, - 4 , U , -ylxi my PAGE so : X 02113 'Es' ?uWnm -1x'?'2 Y -v f :K C- ll , , ll Nl .a -P HUIIIIIIW umm" if ers.. 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X - -' gXHXllljuu1 ,J el- t ' - JP! ,T - - Illu, fl ff,,,,3f's'Lf'- ' THE MIRROR E -Ktmlasi-? x P "V: '5 Sg',.Xxs : , f 9.x ,X III swf ,' Z 6 a v : el, 'flats ' .-3 , "Q, I 0 -J .X 9 X X ,JN-. -sex-, 'll N lf, s I 5 4 ' 1 4 9 f ' ' X S ' X ,s 'Hmm 3 , lil E Nm Band The Band has proved to be a very necessary organlzatlon ln ou1 school Not only does lt gn e programs but lt also helps furnlsh pep ln practlcally every actlvlty The Band was always p1esent at the football and basketball games and accompllshed mole ln the vu ay of school splrxt than any other orgamzatlon Although the Band has nevel been gnen the oppoxtunlty to paltlcmpate ln Ark Valley meets It IS a cextamty that xt vs ould be able to leplesent A1k L ity cxedltably The dxrector Mr A E San Romanl came to Arkansas Clty Hlgh School foul yeals ago Smce h1s commg the membershlp of the band has gradually mcleased and there has developed muslc ablllty among the band membexs, whlch can be sulpassed by few The Band has a unlform dress on speclal OCCHSIOHS The mam palt of the unlform IS vs hlte, but capes and caps are purple and gold the school colols The un1fo1 ms them selves ale a great mcentlve to any team The Band as one of the school orgamzatlons lmproves evely yeal, and IS 'A fbxxg a 7 xnxx I 1 I AGP 86 Ll llllllluzl 'fx ,X Yu not 1 9 U 15 ,X N XNXXXX X 2 l ,I :QQ ,gs 4 inyxgi, 5 " 4 'llluuum' 'lun 1? . . Y , . . . . 1 . . . V V U . . ,, . . Y . . , . . Y . . . T. ' . , . - , . . . , . ' . Y . ' . ' 1 , . , ' . . , . ' I . gradually taking a more important part in the school functions. 1 - llf lv. xii: I - :-f" xl T 4 . -, s- N,k.gX 7: : ,T 1 3, W J 1 ' -L . ' Q 7 ' f f' x 'f -':."3' - A , - f I 1, 4, in . X 5:Xx,v -If-"' ' , si' x u uf.-5 'SN 1- y 111 .P' . K K U - U :XV - ', ' '- 'ul Q' f"ss - Y ' X -s!f'f""I ftffvfgf - vii .ii ' ,,n1'l"igg,?Zfo 9 'fem"!'lu,' '- 'ali THE MIDRUR 2 heel- ,o'kJ?vT a f xx! Xmffl mn Ill HE rum corps This is an entirely new organization in the school having been organized Just this year It IS composed ol eight freshman girls who will be ready to continue then peppy work in Senior High School next year. They have done a great deal to generate pep at the basketball games and make a very striking appearance in their jaunty uni- forms. The originality of both the uniforms and drills make the corps doubly attractive. It is expected that a large number of girls will display much interest in this organi- zation next year. Since it is such a rovel group it has not had much time to become en- larged as yet. First row: Anna Marie McKeever, Grace Harris. Helen Allen, Bonnie Hisel. Second row: Kathleen Floyd Ida Virginia Mathis, La Vonne Day, Frances Miller. v QI 'Q .2 ' .E 'Y 45 XXXXBXXN N f"'f"Il11,,, -,Lx-41 - Q- 5 ' l Zyg "" Y 1 PAGE 87 ,c. If I1 11.1 N it , xi 1 5 1 .-- g 4 lp, X . 1 xx ia ' f 'UIIIHIHIQD ',mmu!"l" f X N E ', -Ir-li :xi Ml: A 313: NXXXXN x 1, .'.-NY ,u s : rs 5,-1' .4 ' 6P 5 -0 .-1 S Q 3-,247 yyxxtxxl -my:'3gQ, .. X yi ,I X X .,,0f.a x xxunu x ' 'I5 'few U I X "Will I'-:E1",'ss ta 'W l Q -ro ? milll' Pj ' " 11111111099 nlxllm irclliesifgra The High School Orchestra is, by far the best xvc have had in the school smc M1 Archie Qan Romani has come into the sy tem Undei his direction the Orchestra has shovsn splendid development About half of the personnel xx ere beginning students at the first of school this year. In the Ark Valley league music contest held at Wichita March 23 the Orchestra tied with Winfield for first and second places. The contest selection a difficult one is the overture to the Merry Wives of Windsor by Nicolai. Some of the comments by the judges from the contest xx ere as follows: On the whole this xvas a commendable piece of work. Parts were well defined. Quality of tone was good, especially in xx ind instruments, Fine blending of balance. Work deserving such comments is bound to bring first place. The Orchestra also played the accompaniment of the Rose Maiden a cantata given by the students of the Senior High School and Junior College under the direction of Mr. Howard Feldmann. He complimented the Orchestra members on their ability to play such a difficult accompaniment with such able understanding. Early in the spring the Orchestra presented a patrons' concert xvhich gave the public an insight of the work the organization was doing in the schocl. Altogether the Orchestra has been a creditable organization to the school and the school is proud of having such a capable director as Mr. A. E. San Romani. v um 5 s mx , Y- '- ' V - - 'Wifi' xxx IAGE 88. ylrlllul' -Siubfzxdt-Em-I g nff. it- XXQHXX y .a 05' lui! ' 1- e ' 6 iclrq lu H .rl 75 'fl wiv 1 Y -v fqx 1929 Q1 , 11: al .A-..'- Y- , 0 t 11 Q :ggi-1' - J' llllllllllli' V ,"'!Qlg-'M X T , , ,,s ,. - S - 'C ' P ' -'Q 5 - " U nf, TB'-Q" is sz. va A liz. tx v!-,g xx 9 fate, 'lq,, --A are 4 .fel dx' .-'Fm-. 1' . -,f ' 1 ' -, - A ' . ' .Q '. . s . ' ' ' . ' , 9 7 , , U 77 v U 1 , Y! U H ! 1 x x t v ' , f gg- R an annie' IU, Y 'pn ' "I J' 3 ' "4 'sS"f:'F'5f?' 4 M, 'Q 4 -W X ,KX f X 4 , x ' +'.-- - ff 193 : L ' a 'g6""" 10,116 2' 'fx' N99 !!lllss Ill, KJQXXI V f.. 9 I 4 R.. L. 1 X 5 I Oki ,MSMLS fA I0 fly 'P 9 r Q ,wIlll'5 S 5 4" IW 'I Z? C?-7 Ac 'ullllluumvs fb G 1.15 7 NXXXBXXXW 551 ",f9yykXXWW,4 1 x uNu -19 C2 A - umu""' X ,mum ' '15 u x u 1, 8 5 Tun MIRROR ev.. -f-'J I Nlllllllm Ill I Inna Debate Aflnmative team Donald Hickman and Pauline Funk Negative team Elsie Penfield and Fmory Day For the second time since debate has been an Ark Valley league activity, Arkansas City won the championship. Arkansas City met and defeated Wellington, ElDorado, and Winfield. Then in the championship debate the team won a very decided victory over Newton. The question was 'fResolved: That the English Parliamentary Form of Government Is Preferable to the Presidential Form of the United States. The same debaters later won the championship of this debate district in a meet with Halstead. The High School was fortunate in having two experienced debaters to start the season, Elsie Penfleld and Donald Hickman. The other debaters readily responded to Miss Curry's excellent coaching and as a result the school had two very well balanced teams. The affirmative was made up of Pauline Funk and Donald Hickmang and the negative consisted of Emory Day and Elsie Penfield. There was a great revival of interest in debate this year both in the students and the townsfolk. As a result it is expected that many will take more interest next year and new material will be discovered. With Donald Hickman, the mainstay of the affirmative, to start the year off the school should continue to hold the championship in 1930. ,H -s - f '1 F1 4-0 PAGE so. ,f JIIQ, I-'55-4-. . 34 E .5 - E ,,. 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IIIUI nl xifrw JK J 'THE l we mm xffx I Illlllllun We 'ill IW K Lf"ll'lHpOlI Elllll ?OlLllS Sp t Ellilll U NX ILMORY DAY X YU Geolgla Long and Emory Day ablv 1ep1escntccl Alkansas Cltx ln thc LXCQHIIJOIQ speakmg contest thls yeal Each speakex showed unusual talent IH hlS ab1l1ty t foxmulate and effectlvely d9llV61 a speech evtempolaneouslv In the -Mk Valley contest held at HUtChlHSOH Georgla Long who spoke on The Kellobg Peace Pacts won thlrcl place Emo1y Day who spoke on Ch11st1an1ty and Paclal Hatled won slxth place As a team thev won second place Competltlon was unusually strong and although the fn st place nent to Hutch lnson Arkansas Clty may feel justly proud of the second place Only exceptlonally well tl amed speakers could have xx on thls hlgh honol fr 7 I A 1 1 WXXXN 1 31111112 Eb '-4 Yo s 3'51Sf'ZwxxxxX X 4.1, PAGE 91 f, ..,f X Q-WAN' he--e X af :J C wuHnmx9 I lumnnmll al x l K -.V , . ,-' -- V: sr! - 1 f' , ,aj 1 ' gl ,, ' "bg A5 ,':. f 1 .,,,, ' f 'Quik 411 p 751- 5 3 fo.: ' y -' f' '7 9 -,eff-,. 1 --. - ls 9 --w ,wt .f--'11 4 ' - 1 K .I N " W 1 Ep 1' l B - ' ' H 4 ' . 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Mllll20l2 las'+2?'BKw"'!3:fS 'f ' S ' fllllnum Ill HW' llll MD Speallminig MARY GEESLIN FLSII' PFNI IELD inuterpreftaltiive ea ing The lnteipletatlve reading contest was unusually stiong this yeai both at home and at the Ark Valley league contest in Wellington Two prelimlnaiy contests weie held at home In the fiist Katherine Getter, Maiy Geeslm Georgia long, and Juanita Palmer were chosen In the second contest which took the form of an assembly Mary Geeslm was selected to iepresent the school in the Aik Valley league contest Mary did very well in the league contest, but the other schools also sent readers who were exceptionally good. The contest was very close and in the final ranking Wellington and Hutchinson tied for first placeg Newton received third placeg and Arkansas City placed fourth. Uratory Arkansas City High School again displayed strength in forensics when it carried off the high honors in the Ark Valley league contest, held in El Dorado this year. At a preliminary contest Elsie Penfield was chosen to represent the school. Due to Miss Curry's excellent coaching and Elsie's unusual ability Arkansas City was able to take first place. The title of the winning oration was "Decrease in Constitutional Values." Elsie broke the tradition that only boys can excel in oratory when she won first in the league contest over five boys. ' 'f"Im, 'si v., X A : 'Z IJ 4'?" xxixxmwgu 1 A GE . ' I X 5.3 llufzrnx 5 ltgidib -F P' 9 RTRXXM' ll n gn K: ,XE I 5: 1 x 92 1, A-N? fy: "flu 'f-TP, Q ' 1q?W?uWlu XA' xfagx ' I 411 - QIMILHHHVX9 I'l,gxl NK We X 5 -4 'I T ' x I C x 1, ,Qxmuu x I g -1 1-'fe -Gigi mi 'ii' gulls!!! lan Y N , 1-sm :Af , N- E ' R 4 if EQQE la -ami X9, Nl' ,Hf N 0 'ef THE MlllD,0l2 .X xv I 'I' III n n k l mu MA lprimlcle Vllqllrerfe Wasvg A Comedy ln Three Acts GEORCE M COHAN As a part ot rts yearly course the publlc spealxrng class p esented the plav A Prmce There Was on March 15 1929 Lourse Crevelrng and Donald Hrckman who had the leads rn the play drsplayed unusual talent Mary Stanton as a small grrl showed unexpected talent rn her part Ralph McCorm1ck as the valet and Emory Day as Mr Martrns frxed drd some frne actmg Carol and Jullanna Cunnmgham who plaved the parts of Mrs Prouty and M1ss Gladys Proutv respectrvely drew much applause Ceorge St John as an elderly lawyer lrved hrs part from start to Hmsh Harold Grlbert rn the role of a slrck movre detectrxe played the character to perfectlon The other parts all well portrayed were Mrss Vlncent one of the boarders played by Juanrta Palmer Della the mard by Edna Paton the messenger boy by Earl Sprrnggate and Eddle the offlce boy by Robert Seal Due credlt should be grven M1ss Curry for her effrclent coachrng THE CAST Charles Martrn a rrch voung man Donald Hrckman Bland hrs valet Ralph McCorm1ck Jack Carruthers hrs frrend Emory Day Comfort a llttle grrl Mary Stanton M1ss Vlncent a boarder at Mrs Prouty s boarding house Juanrta Palmer Short another boarder Harold Gllbert Gladys Mrs Prouty s daughter Jullanna Cunnmgham Mrs Prouty landlady of the boardmg house Carol Cunmngham Mr Crrclxet an old lawyer George St John Della the mald Edna Paton MGSSSUSQI boy Earl Sprlnggate Eddle the 0fflC9 b0y Robert Seal Stage managers Edlth Weber Alfred Johnson Stage propertles Susre Fox Earl Sprrnggate Wardrobe Mary K Vaughan Hazel Spohn llllllu, if xf "1 4 mgxxxxx, PAGE 93 1 u, x fu 9 "SfX NXXNW ,Q Q C xy, lu, -,1 Q 1 ,gin Gl1lXXXlBXXLaex E J ci' 6 u"""'M qllllllllm l By I . - I ' ' . - I A v. 1 5 1- L 7 an ,- , , rr , . 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T Best people Marlon Lenox Mis Bionson Lenox M1 Blonson Lenox Bertie Lenox CAST Eno Jean Brown Bernadean Billings Clarence Kldwell B1lly Henson Lold ROCklUC1C , Y.,, ,,,,7, 7,77,,7,,Y,,,,,,7,7,,777, ,,Y,YY,YYY.,7,7,7,7,,7V77 ,YYYY,,YY,Y,,,7,.,.V., . , ,,,,, , , , George Ware Miss Tate., ,,,,,,,,, ,.,,,.,,,, 7 7 ,..,. ..,.,.e., ,,..,,, . . .e,,e. , . ,,A. ..,,.,, 7 ,. ,.,,,,e,,,,,, , ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,e,, M ary Geeslin Bullock ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Millie ,,,.,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Henry ......,,.. ,,,,,...,.,,,. Alice O Niell ,.,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,,.............., . .,.....,,.,, ,,,.......,., . . ...L...,.,. ...,,.,,,.,,,,,, Footman ,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,.Y,,,........,, Waiters. .,....,,,.. Business manager ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, Sta e mana er, ,e,, , Frederic Busch Margaret Ambrose La Rue Flick Eva Jeannette Boger ,,Frederick Newman Buster Martin Ross Stewart Katherine Getter Emory Day g if Assistant manager ,r,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , . , ,,,,,,, , ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,r,,r,r,,,,,,,,, Ralph McCormick Wardrobe ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Martha McKenzie, Margaret Cotton Prompter aaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaa a aaaaaaaaaaa aaaaaaaaaaa aaaa.a....,,,..,7., .7..... 77.,, i,77,,7,7777,,777,,7,7,7......,.. , F l s i e Penfield ' The Best People was full of entertainment from the first line. There was no outstanding lead. Eno Brown added much life to the play. Bertie was excellently por- trayed by Billy Henson. Bernadean Billings play ed the part of a social climber. As her husband Llarence Kidwell was one of the best characters. George Ware and Margaret Ambrose were the main comedians of the play. The typical chauffeur was well portrayed by La Rue I'licl'. Mary Geeslin played the part of the prim old maid. Alice the nice chorus girl was well portrayed by Fxa Jeannette Boger. The butler was vxell portrayed by If red Busch. I rederick Newman as the footman and Buster Martin and Ross Stewart as the waiters played these parts well. Miss Lillian Curry who directed the play deserves a great deal of credit for its success. IAFI' 94. llll ga, ,if-H , v i " '72 ,5 F7 ,I -VZ- W Ili, 5,4 5 : A1 X1 f - XQXXN , ' c , - bvz, ,I S T- yX'Xxxxxx - . v ,ff,S- xl In X .nn , 1, ,ex A.- A, ' ' xUlLllnngp Illlllllllij 1F,1 ' .9 - . mum .5 4- J, " -'14 0, 311: il I ' ll III K- !""' 1 si' 1- 'P Q ole ' ' " S Q. 5 fl' f w""i.i' "" -6-.'w:,. 'Asp 1: : 2 wg' , I , -0"f.su s '-4511-Y-. A F Q Z 'sq-, Q : ,g X k , 1 sp i . mi' X, , - 6 6 ll 9 9 1 Q X. f A X N V N 1 'Q . 'H . V - J V YYYVY YVAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYV Y YVYYYYYYVYYYYYVYYYYYYYYYYYYV YYYYY YYY77YY7YY-YYY'Yv--Y--- J A Y . ! 3 . , K I! Y ' 1 ! , . X 1 . , , A y i 1 , 1 4' A , ! I , . 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PAGE 95 . iJ,., 5 I 3 :72 P Q 3 GS-' ' X xeysv 1'rv ' U "' '24 K4 lf J-'Y' W" ' T' , hifi e0':+"" Ns 'fi - 1'1Efi?i-'fi" f 9 '-'1fr:.f!wff,,- THE MIRROR Qual- MK.-asf' 4 xx s I" Nllmum S 411 HB9 Kjllllfefer lIJe5lflllCll"S Malgaret Amlnose and Lloyd Plckett Ella rah' Ella rah' Eah yah' Eah yah' Ella rah rah rah' fight fight Fxght fight fight' U yah u yah C A ' A C Hlgh School Rah rah, rah Rah rah, rah, rah, rah Bulldogs tear' U Yah u yah Bulldogs bltel A C High School A C Hlgh School Rah rah rah' Flght fight fig Yackety yackety yackety yack' Yackety yachety yackety yack' Hallobolloo' Howdy you do' A C Hlgh School razzamazoo' ffl: Ill x" 5 WNW .f q,li"flnu1X 0 ffx K id' nmmull 1 3 ""HHnm IIIIHIIUIM l ,. , , , D 1 1 - - 9 1 ' 7 7 , A. ., A. C., . C.. . . , 1 S 7 7 - , - , . . . ' . ' Y 9 1 ' I 9 y Y 7 ' I ' Y ' . . , . r-X - A V 2 Alf: gf f, 4.Z'3'.?. X , PAGE sn. , Egan, fqg, 2-.Tr.liQ.5. hui, 4.g,x:.qA--Nxxxxxxxia 5 ' ' A . -' ' ' ' f,- '4 - , f X 'ff fd? 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T f 9 'I' 'fl um- lllp NEB ll? ooltlballl Fust Row Betts Huffakel Gann, Stacy Atkm Qumn W Glbson Second Row C Glbson Faual Davls Tu1ne1, Brady W Wllson West Connol Chapman Harrls Kloenert Thnd Rom Coach Curry H Wllson, Illck Touts MOYCI, Symes, Balley W1ll coxen Kloxln Palmel Klttlell Condlt Vogel Although Ark Cltv s football lecord for 1928 was not so good as expected, we ale proud of the Splflt and sportsmanshlp displayed by the boys at all tlmes Our boys were always where the fight was ham dest and their splrxts were never dampened Our record fo1 the 28 season IS that we tled for fourth place w1th Newton and HUtChlhSOH Followlng IS the 1928 season s football record for A C H S Football Season Record Opponent Score A C Score Ponca CltV Klngman ElDo1 ado Newton Wlchlta Wellmgton COACH ANI CURRY '4 Q fr 5 lr lf, X UN s 1 1 mxxxxx le f . :i'X',.l.w'tfJ c 1 I P yx n "':'.: 11' 'W U lllllulnnvs cmmilnunnll sx"w'x Y ' , , A 5 :Y . z ' 1 1 ' 11 7 l Q 9 ' v 1 lr Y Y . 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George is back next year and should display some great playing. He made the second all- Valley team. FRANK VOGEL-Halfback. Frank was a very reliable captain. His playing was rated high in the Ark Valley League and he won a place on the second all Ark Valley team. Next year's team will miss Frank. FRANK WEST-Guard, Tackle. Frank played a s t e a d y, hard-hitting game. He was through the line before our opponents could "get gone." Frank fin- ishes this year. x - px, 1 -.sv . - 1111 11 xm f A 1: sf : '-. '?: -' xxvw-1 PM '23 6i X no 4' 1929 EU: iffy- Xx.xxvNWlx ha I C614 lllllll -115 Q3-1355 5.99.7 fxixfsfx 5. 'lu x '11 - v it X Quan Xing: .1 ,ummm px 'L gf' hge 5 Y , im mu ' 9 5 '. 9 7' A-: A 4 f ' K Q? 1.9, X N, X-. K 5 Z -2 .1 I ' 5:2 'L f ,, ., ,, 4' , X ,.. . , ' ,f f ll YI , ' . - 1, I 1 . , . J i q . .- ' H ' H l ' 7 v 7 KK Y 97 ! ! 7 1 JAC K CONNYOR Qualtelback A tlghtlng lazzlng hald playlng qualtel back Jack kncxx h1S slgnals and dlsplayed blalns Jack IS a scnlol LYNIDON SYNIES Ccntel Symes was a gleat man to break up sholt passes He was always on the spot bymes glacluates thls year WI ARK PALMER Tackle One of the lalgest men on the team and one of the hardest hlttels Mark IS a rea llneman We shall lose Mark by gradua tlon CFLII GIBQONI End Cecll played a hald game and was at hls best xx hen angly Iew plays sllpped 31 ound Cccll s end rle also ls a senlol LA RUE PI If K End He nas always clown on punts and proved a XLIV xaluallle asset to the tcam La Rue xxlll llc gladuated thls yeal NILRRIII HARRIS Halfback A good stcady fellow an ass t to e tcam Nltlllll nas good at plunglng th llnc Ile sl on t be back next yeal VII TOR Ixl OXIN Tacklc VIC ls the bl boy that :cally held m Hc could stop any man ln the Valley and plavecl an all lound good game Vlc IS to be glacluated thlg yeal He was on thc all Yalley team IAGL 7 , l - ' - - . " ' , - ' ' n . , I n .- . -. ' - 1 v ' L ' L AY A L + ' x '- AK ' U , , W ' . . x . 1' . Y f ' ' . - . . Y ' ' . l J ' J bc L i . v . ,Y ' . ,Q , . . ' . ' ' , . . , . '. 1 , , , - . "Kirk," was the flashing, red-headed end. V' i ' Y r . 5 X I .' , ,. . 'A .' A 1 A 4 A 6' q f , .' l , ., 9 th x x . .' 1 ll ' 77 D ' x - l .- . T ' ' l .Y f- ' ' '. ll ' bi! ' ' , x, ll I! !e ,U x A ' - , ll ' ll x - Y Y . . l , . QXNIIIN Q I V iff' drain- I Ng . 'Jil 11,0 x I U '- , 0' , 'll11,,,'ixfQ:' v-:Qi "Vials ,,-I pil , ll, 9 wer-,'YQ1Q' Na? 0 2 -5e5'bXQux0',.-pm? I V X I . ll llnnull- lgiasllsetlballll F1rst row Kenneth Clrcle Raymond Klttrell George Jack Frank Vogel Louls Hart Second row Coach Uhrlaub Lestel Slmpson Junior KIQSOW La Rue Fllck Adrlan Dans Harry Chapman The 1929 basketball season was not as successful as A C H S had hoped The mateual was green but "Dutch developed a hard fighting fast thmkmg team that put up a real battle Our men were small but ou1 worthy opponents to the north Wmfield wele guesslng as to the result of the games played Plospects for the next season are very plomlsmg Dutch has been uorkmg w1th some Freshman pmspects and the 30 season should hold some fine lg SC01GSf01 the A C H S basketcels At the end of the season Adnan Davls was ele ted hono aly captam by h1s team mates Basketball Season Record Opponent Scox e A C Scol e Ponca City Kmgman Hutchmson InlDo1 ado W elllngton Newton Wlchlta FlDo1 ado Hutchinson Nlevw ton Wellmgton Kxngman Wlchlta Wlnfield COACH ERNST UHRLAUB ft px 1 11, u n :I 1 xx xxxx uh 100 wlllllll 1 ,x X 4 vu l J , 1 U 'Ag ' 3 xy XXXNHN Q . :,,, .,l 3 kg 4 ,ww 99 3 x .I 1,1 Iimununn ill, H M l I . 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V I v ,a 'i,, X' Y Q G 1 T Q Q' GEORGE JACK Center Thls w a s George s fix st year m Senlor Hlgh School but h made the team and proved a very valuable man George has two more years LA RUE FI ICK Forward Kuk wasa mlghty scrappy man He was m the hottest of the battle at all tunes and upheld hls and of the collng T1s IS a ADRIAN DAVIS Guard Adrlan played ahard game and could stop the fastest opponent and was feared through out the Valley He w1ll be wlth us again JACK MCLEAN Forward Jack was afast qulck thmkmg forward Hrs hobby was long shots Jack has one more year FRANK VOCEL Guard Vogel was a steady player He Was C011 slstent ln h1s scormg and could stop the best of em Frank 15 to be graduated th1s y a1 and A C H S loses a very valuable man HARRY CHAPMAN FOFVWIIIKI Although not a re g,ular Chapple wasa first class sub Hewas a good scorer and dls played some fast floor work Harly has one more year ,K fr RAYMOND KITTRELL Guard Ray was the kmd of a man any good team needs He played a hard and clean game at all tunes Klttrell w1ll be back next year and we expect much from hlm PAGE 101 ' v . , e I U 1 rx ', 6 ' . . . . I il ' , !7 ' KK Y! I A s -' . h'. I L , , Rue's last year. , r y 46 ' YY ' . 7 7 . . U X ,k . ' ff - , ,,, I Q iff Awww: S ef -"' ' "'ul2'N f QW ,-5,5 J who, xgxxife X . , Tlll-I MIRROR ...aa 1- T610 Aik City made a veiy favoiable showing in track this yeai The Bulldogs woiked haid fiom the opening of the tiack season. Material from Jun1o1 High has shown up well under competition and offers good prospects for the future. There are four letter men of the 28 track squad back this year. They are: Doyle Conely Cecil Gibson Raymond Kittrell and Ralph Palmer. The first track meet of the season was a dual meet with Blackwell Oklahoma state champs of 28. Blackvsell won with a score of 6514, points to A. C.s 5115. The second meet was a dual one with Ponca City which the Bulldogs won by a score of 115 points to 25. A. C. was also victorious in the quadrangular meet with Wellington South Haven and Winfield. The scores were: Arkansas City 58 1-6' South Haven 3' Wellington 57 2-3' Winfield 40 1-6 points. In the next dual meet with Winfield the Bulldogs won with a score of 741A to 52112 points. Our team also took sixth in the invitation meet with Tonkavsa and entered in the A. V. I. meet at Wichita and the meet at Anthony. Phe last meet before the state meet xx as the Southwestern elimination meet at Winfield in which the Bulldogs took part. The outlook for the 30 squad is exceptionally bright, since practically all the 29 track letter men will be back and they will be greatly strengthened by new members from Junior High. The members of the '29 tratzk squad are: David Allard, Bill Bailey, Leonard Bell, Harry Betts, Elmer Baker, Hall Collinson, Doyle Conely, Cecil Gibson, Bruce Kennedy, Kenneth Kinslow, Raymond Kittrell, Dennis Landers, Charles Loud, Russell Lewis, Victor Kloxin, Lawrence Moyer, Ralph Palmer, Lester Simpson, Harry Wilson, Malcolm Jacques, Howard Mingle, and Harry Chapman. 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W Tun MIRIZOIZ Z . f I ll I M305 Ill lllxu llmutralmuulrall Team f l Top low Rogers, Day Martln, Casement Bott m low Gllbert Henley Lewls Intramural basketball IS for the purpose of developmg materlal for the Hlgh School squad and for future players Very keen competltlon 1S shown and there IS also developed a hlgh sp1r1t of sportmanshlp The lntramural games are usually refereed by members of the Junlor College and Hlgh School basketball squads The experlence galned by thls refereelng glves those who wlsh further progress ln 3thl9tlCS some practlce ln thls l1ne For the season of 1929 the Kansas Aggl8S team won the intramural champlon Shlp The Kansas Aggles were a fast bunch and could not be beaten I If 0 5 X " 4 xx m II 1 rl 'N YQ 3 U ,Q 1 I VRXX " I 11111114.11 ' g'Ul'lu -142' 3 - llmlm mmul' 'I ' , ' . in ' 1 I , , . . 7 ' , , . '-f ' 'Q I ' If 5 ' ' I E 1 - - lit' lf 1l11u,'I'a234-blif' E :J mg,ai','12f' mxxwfz PAGE wa . 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A U tg' , M, ' "-?5:NQ J . , ' x ,5 fzgigxvvaagggif'-fe 1 nr xxx f - GlllI"llS9 VllqfClUll1l1llS Left to llght Mangoly Spam May Bond GIRLS Cannon Mary McFe11en Maltha BICKCUIIG, Helen Spam, Mlldled Gramgel, Fleda Hayes Ma1ga1et Amblose The gnls bennls teams f1om Alkansas Clty entered the Alk Valley tenms toulnament thls yea! at ElDo1ado on May 4 Up to thls tlme tenms has not 18C61Ved much attentlon 1n the school due to the fact that thele have been only tvso courts xx h1ch wele usable There now are four chat couxts 1n addltlon to the two cen e nt ones Last yeal Lucllle Moo1e and Hazel Spohn lepresentcd A C H S ln uls smgles and Helen Spam and Fern Messner replesented the school ln gxrls doubles A lalge numbel of gnls responded to the call for tenms tly outs thls yeal, thus making It posslble to select a good team The gnls chosen for the gnls tennls squad were Margaret Ambrose, Helen bpam Martha MCKQHYIG Mlldled G1a1ng,e1 Mary McFerren, Grace Cannon May Bond and Fleda Hayes Mary McFerren and Grace Cannon replesented the school 1n doubles whlle Mildred G1 alngel and May Bond leple sented us ln glrls smgles In the dual meet Wlth Wlnfield the glrls mon one smgles match At the meet wlth Ponca Clty, the glrls won one doubles won one slngles and lost one The prospects for a good glflg tenms team next year are vely bught Wlth the coults ID lmproved condltxon A C H S expects much of the 1930 team 'A Q fr 7 I AGF 104 111 1 'N q xxxxm b X, 'B I 9: 1 If 'X xxxxxxlllwxmxf X f- qu -If Q f is 4 ,mu -L 'x , g 1 x, ,,f lljnnnunn fm' H' ,ul X ' Y Y Y ' Q 7 D ,4 . . , . . . . . 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" fa KJ l ni ul' 4' X -e ., 011, '-Aff 9 : 5 '49 1, '- N, Q THE MIRIZOIZ ,I B OYS T B111 lIl1l1S Top low I lchlan Beatson Wllllam BIQVKLI Claxe Annls Shaman Datsthnu Mllton Ioms llaywald Bull Fouest Reed Bottom low Robert Stanton Bustel Maltln, Hauy Mllls Due to the 1mp1oved courts and the g10W1Hg lntelest ln tenms a lalge numbel of boys came out fo1 tennms thls year maklng It qulte dlfflcult to choose the squad U1 Flnst Ulllldull IS mostly lesponslble fol the excellent condltlon of the coults last yea! the tennls team placed fifth ln the league wlnnlng foulth ID boys doubles Bustel Wlaltln and Jack Connol played ln boys doubles and Clale Annls and Waltu Feathe-11ng,1ll played smgles The boys chosen f01 the 1999 tenms squad were Bustel llflaltln Haywmd Bull Clam Annxs M1lt0H Jones Hauy Mxlls Fouest Reed Robert Stanton and Shelman Daeschnem Nlllton Jones and Hauy Mllls 1epresented thls school IH doubles Clale AHUIS and Bustel Maltln were the leplesentatwes fol bovs smgles Due to the fact that thls yeals lepresentatxves wele lalgely 3un1o1s and soph omoles Allxansas Qlty has eve1y leason to expect a good boys tennls team next year I 7 s L9 ' .Ng D r x PAGE 10 631110 .,,, 4-Y: 'WE fgvixfil' ? mgmnwlw x ,S 5-Jiglra 'NWT 41:21 5 ' QW: minllu he 3 ' J -...QL-P lllmu .np l xx-11, X g axe-v , f 5 .. 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W9 if 191 291.-M "1 0"L-1-WN 2j'?5'3Si,5 'THE MMDB '-1r5'b'f,uv"'l-Pr?" vi ,Ill IIIII09 'Q-dlmillf ooiw .Y . , . 1 . 9 . . , , , O1 Hai old Lemmon a gollu ot under pai ability and '1 vetcian of last year s team is the main cog in Aikansas City s golf team this yeai In older to qualify as a team niembei for th Arkansas Valley league golf tournament one must play at least 36 holes a week and place first second third ' fourth in a 72-hole medal play. There will be four regulars and two subs chosen on the squad, making six persons eligible for golf letters. Those practicing for the squad are: Robert Brown, sophomore, Hayward Brill, senior, Clarence Burks, junior, Hall Collinson, sophomore, John Curtis, juniorg Charles Fuller, juniorg Kenneth Kinslow, junior, Harold Lemmon, seniorg George St. John, senior. Of these nine players, Harold Lemmon and John Curtis, with scores of 33 and 36 respectively, are the only ones who are sure of a berth on the team. It is almost a tossup between the other four members, for nearly all of them have turned in scores as low as 36 at one time or another. The winners of first, second, third, and fourth places in the '72-hole medal play to be held before May 6 will make up the team that will represent Arkansas City in the A1'kansas Valley meet to be held at lVellington May 11. With Lemmon playing wo under par and the others only one above par, there is a good chance for Arkansas City to win the annual meet. Wichita looms as the only opponent that will give Arkansas City much opposition. In a dual meet with ElDorado, Wichita displayed a power that is almost equal to that of Arkansas City's, but with some hard practice under the direction of Coach Carl Helgeson, Arkansas City should come out victorious. 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'll Hum Eltllfrlf' Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Srx hundrcd and nrnetr two flock to Ing, opcnrng, Good mornrng dear teachers were lad to se you Q91 Teachers take roll no arrests made Frrst assembly held temperature 9 783 ZXM degrees I' Slow progress rs expected thrs year the halls are too crowded Student body plans to start studvrng rn the near future Brg, lree for all Ark lrghts are grycn to ereryonc The first year typrsts are thrnkrng of orf 'rnwrnpf '1 band thcv crnt wrrtc so they had just as well play Sept 28 Dr Verl uyl told us to sec somethrng, beautrful every day It sccms hrs talk made qurte an rrnpressron for several resourceful senro s hayc purchased mrrrors for therr lockcrs Sept 29 The bank seems to be havrng some trouble gettrng banl bool s prob 'rbly therr copvrrght has ercprred Oct 1 Class offrcers elected Senrors belreve rn workrng 'rs one haxe one brg trrne electrng' then oflrcers Oct Oc Oct Oc Oc Oc 2 Do vour Chrrstmas shopprng early o Locker leys are begrnnrng to be only mernorres 6 Poncfr Crty takes defeat home as a souycnrr ne 1 10 Wonderful no tests 12 One of the senrors forgot to be drgnrlled today Horrors' 12 Ark Crty football team rs gettlng etfrcrent rn 'rl an d mathematrcs Ark Crty Krngman game score 45 0 Oct 14 Frank Vogel and Lourse Hollenbeck walled clown the hall together today Oct 17 Paulrne Funk got trckled today Oct 18 Mark Palmer was unable to appear on the assembly program He says he had a flat trre some people are so resourceful Oct 20 The teachers are not happy Why should they be when the students are so thoughtless? Oct 2? Economy rs berng' taught rn Scnror Hr,-:gh Mrss Ames rs plannrng on havrng the sewrng classes use some of the school s red tape Oct 25 Thrs rs the 25th of October Oct 26 Thrs then by the law of come what wrll rs the 26th The 26th Yes the 26th No not the 26th Well whats rt to you" Oh I Just wondered whether or not rt was the 26th Well rt s the 26th Th Inks' Oct '31 The goblrns must have got a few of the hrgh school boys and grrls for some werent rn school todav Oct 22 'Ihrs day rs yet to bc To be w hat" Nov 1 Yes school has really started Nov 2 Wrchrta rs awarded football vrctory by Ark Crtx I forget the score I really don t thrnk you would be rnterested anyway Nov 3 Yrc Klorcrn has duly b en elected presrdent of the Letter Club Thrs organrzatron rs for the purpose of takrng care of th schools correspondence to Santa Claus you know Nov Whoop zee la la what a debate team wc ll haxe wc recerved thrrd place at the Wrnfield meet Nov 8 The teachers go to conferences Fhrts too had because rt wrll b rmpossrble for the students to attend school Nov 9 It was the plans ot all stud nts to spr-nfl thrs glorrous vacatron studyrng but well oh w hat s the use of know mg cverythrng' Nov 11 Bulldogs defeat Rarlroaders 13 0 b fore crowd of 1000 Our passes are gettrng to be qurte collegrate Davrd Allard won the two mrle race by two fast fe t thrs wrll elrmrnate the necessrty of hrs usrng our temp rmental fountarns because hc rs to be awarded a srlyer cup bv Erfflers Nov 15 -Xceordrng' to the -Xrk Lrght the clas rewelry rs strll ercpe t d Whrch Ark lrghto Oh just an Ark Lrght NVhat wrll the paper do fo ncws rf thc Jewelry does come 7 Nov 17 Naughty naughty someone forgot hs b rnl money Thrrft my lrd was not founded on forgotten nrckels 'A Q fr? sac sf G ,, 1.1 cttw- lll J' X XX fg ikumllglez-'s's AGF109 , 'P " 'llnunmr Q unru""' X . ss - t l 1 :fx-.' 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I nm Nov 18 Alack do you lemembel what happened today" I dont Nov 20 How about havlng a ehamplonshlp debate team this yeal 7 Nov 22 If thls IS tluly a mechanlcal age lf thele ale lomance and llfe IH the man made YIlaChlHQS we lest 3.S9Lll6Cl that the CIX of the typewlltel keys must be poke an hunt us Noy 2-1 I m thankful f01 one thlng that lt w ont be long untll Thanl sglylng Nov 25 It became necessalv todav fol some of the teachels to ask a few of the students to moye on out of the halls Noy Z7 Thele nlust be qulte a blte of concentlatlon hele at least thlngs HIC unusually QU10t Nov Z8 Qulte a nolmal day Cot up too late to hunt f01 lockel kev lockcl paltnel absent Qulz Asslgnments that could extend fal lnto the nlght Remol se asked agaln fol that dollal lJ0llOVSGd untll tOl110110W thl ee weeks ago Book OXLI due at llblB1V One of the teachels attempts to Stalt a corlespondlng acqualntallce vslth palents lt seems he has not acqulred the alt of lettcl wlltlng Folgot to go to a committee mcetlng Glll Reselves lefuse to let candy be chalged oh well lt would Just make you fat anyvl ay Cant go to the shovs can t go rlcllng cant go vlsltlng dont want to studv Nothlng left to do but get UTlClC1 COYQIS but lemembcl the Dec Dec ack Dec Dec V120 Cl taken Dec now Dec Dec Dec he s alrlgh Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Jan Jan cause t 1 Onlv 24 shopping days untll Chl lstmas 2 'We l'lCl6lJV set thlg day down as one of thc fcvl llllllllg' vvhlcb an ollglnal w as made 18 Custom has decleed that It ls qultc thc thlng to have waffle SUPDQIS 10 Ned Blandon has sent hls sock up town to be stletched lt must haye mole than two cents to send the lettel he XY1OtG to Santa Claus 21 Bubs Davls says he s glad he has been such a good llttle boy all V631 qanta IS going to come to see hllll Vacation flnallv If you haven t done voul shopplng yet lt lg lust too bad Melly Chllstmas to all VVhos alllght whos alllght Qanta giilltl 0 2 Xacatlon Stlll vacatlon Vacation yet M016 vacatlon Vacatlon continued Ho hum 8 30 IS too Qa1lV to stalt school Xes yacatlon IS oy 91 Jack Bow en lost hls schcdule cald and IS haylng 2 '3 Qllltf? a tlme lC1110U'llJG1 lng the subjects he took befolc vacatlon Jan 7 About PYGIY onc IS staltlng to study agaln Jan 11 1212 Slxteen Alk Clty leplesentatlves go to a Hl Y Confclcnce 'xt Newton. They folgot palt of thell money! Jan. 12-Qh-h-h Newton got a few more baskets than we did at the game. Jan. 16-Oh aint them purty pictures Mr. Davis drew? During the per- formance the benefits of an education were realized for Harry Collinson vsas giyen one of the pictures because he knew it took two shoes to make a pair. Jan. 20-I fear Fmily Post would sanction the prying inquisitiveness of the -school dentist. He certainly is a bore and gets on one s nerve" terribly. Jan. 24-Not wishing to cause an argument I wish to 1'GlTlll'ld you that it has been proy ed that Ark City can successfully disagree. Wc have won 5 debates out of 6 and henceforth are duly acknowledged champions of the southcrn dixision of the league. Now for lcague championship! Let s go team! an. just think! Jan. Fe 1. to Webster Fe 1. Fe 1. Fe l. Fe 1. Fe 1. del elopmcn Feb. getting his 25-Bank day is now valued at S25 000 by thc Home National Bank. And Fifteen cents of that is mine! 2 -How about doing your Christmas shopping early? 1--It s time to start counting the days until vacation. I et us pay homage for including that word in our yocabulary. Hutchinson was down today. - New Brooms' sweeps our fipproxal. --Id ou ee Penrod? -The vscathel' man isn t to hot as hc s crackcd LID to be. -The old one-horse sleigh has eyolutcd to the eight cylindcl' pcriod of t followed by about that many sleds. 10- Sanitation seems to have become the school slogan-for everyone ' face washed. PAGE 110. al11,,,0, qggyge, A5 jf? ,' nggywxxxq 1 J e cf 'llqu I .If Q fa-271 rnmxktxx ,ext y 231.51542 45 'Biff mxxxrl .353 .,-ffl?-5 " -Qu " ,XS 401 'Z sl ' A ' of .Bynum QIQALIVW' X " 9 x , ,F 5 '4 xi X i R ., I I . ' ' D 3 l sf ""f1 we s ioe EQ'-7 "N v"'.f-1 1 -2 H. I' , '12 : : 11: 1 X ' n Q 'Q .. -1 'ff S 9 21" I 1, -1 r 6 . I X -A 0 4 4 , . - , . . . . . . . ' '7 . . . g,' . -1 - ' 1 ' ' . 3 YY E +1 . ' 1 ' , 1 ' i ' 1' I L , 4 W- , ' A. ' . ' . . 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" 110' 53' 4 K mu 0 'll IWW Feb 11 We ale 20115 thlt you 310 moxlng away lack Connol fol the SGHIOIY w lll lose a good pl esldent C ood lucl to you and VOUI SUCCCQQOI Flank Vogel Feb 12 If Elsle Penficld does as much fO1 hel school ln olfltoly as she has IH debate she ll soon be on hel w 'xv to Washlngton Feb 13 The Honor q0ClLtV stalted lts mectlnffs tonlght NI mm so they do thell buslness ln the dallc Feb 14 Roses ale led Ylolets ale blue I love vou But gosh Im Blokc Feb 15 Oh my doesnt Welllngton haxc a flne basketball tcam" R ally lt IS remalkable Yes they beat us Feb 16 But we beat Ixlngman Twelve p m Oh how I XNISI1 Id studled those 321 pages of P1 oblemsl Feb 17 Just try to pass' Who sald we wele llvlng ln the plcsentq Really I cant see how hlstory helps one ludglng flom glade cal ds It doesn t Feb 18 Some senlols wlll start calrylng on the WO1k of Ponce de Leon they ll need thell youth plolonged bCf01C they get thlough problems Feb 20 TIITIG to Stalt tlamlng for the blg scholarshlp contest If lt IS tl 10 that one forgets about half he lealns what IS the object of havlng some of us take scholal shlp tests? Feb 22 Thls Ib a day that should SQIVO 'ls a walnlng to the lncleaslng neg llgence of that palt of the youngel genelaflon enlolled IH the A1lxlPS3S Clty Senlol Hlgh The offenceq Sweal HCXC1 to let It csc xpe beyond the covels of thls book nol allow It to lemaln upon the end of yOu1 tongue YVIIIIC youl book was ovelclue today Feb 22 24 25 Dltto Feb 2f We have been ICKIQCIYICCI one w 'ls checked ln on tlme today It ls now the BOZIICI of FKIUCRCIOTI that IS I0lg'GtIl.ll Fhey ncglectecl to ploclalm a hollday and wc need one so badly Feb 28 Have you heald ICIICIC ls to be no Eastel vacatlon What dreadful thlngs one can heal and ln the most lespectablc places too Feb 20 No school today thanks to the LHICTICIHI H1211 1 FIOUI now on 'lny tendency to lnactlvlty folgetfulness sleeplness unplepalecl lessons may be attllbuted to spllng IQVLI 1112.1 5 Bank day Save to college take a vacatlon extcncl yOll1 wardrobe The scntlment IS fine the motlxe hlgh but the account oh that 15 but a small ltem IH H131 7 Flnal home lntelpletfitlve leacllng contest Nlaly Geeslln Wlll lep resent us at XVQIIIHQIOH NIH! 13 Cxlll Reselves elect OIIIICQIS f01 nelct yeal It wlll be qulte a shock to some S nlols to thlnk plans alc belng nladc fO1 school to contlnue aftel they have ffinal lyj left Honle ITIUSIC contest IS next Oul Dlans alc almost complete to take fllst ln the muslc contest Mal 19 Young men spllng football plactlce stalts today Vlal 20 NOthlHg W10T1g' XV1tl'l the school splllt Telegl ams sent to Maly Geeslln at the leadlng contest at Welllngton Mal 23 Tla la la la la la la filst ln the ITILISIC contest' Ploud" We have a rlght to bc ploud' 'Hal Z5 In spllng a young mans fancy tlllY1S to lessons cales and bool-.s fancy that Mal 29 To enumelatc all that happens ln one day would bf one of the human lmposslbllltles fsomethlng llke nmklng all A SJ And who am I to welgh the events and lank them accoldlng to thell mc lt' Hence I sct I'1Otl1lI1g' down as havlng taken placc today well what dld happen today arlvwayo Apl 1 The SQDIOIS heleby dedlcate thls most applopllate dav to thell humble admllels and lnfellols the sophomoles What a foollsh thlng to do Apl 3 A beautlful IUCIIICIIIPTI se XICG was held ln assembly fol the SIY newly elected members of the Natlonal Honol SOCIQIV and an equally IITIIJIQSSIVQ lnltatlon w as held after school at the 140 Foot Hlll Gelald xIlll91 was so lmplessed that he feared hls no theast eye w as tulnlng a clellcate black and blue Apl 4 The Hl Y elected IIdl1lSOI'1 Shea plesldent X01 next yeal Apl 5 The Enemy wlns many. fllends for Junlol College Would you bellevc It lf you welc told that one of the super sophomol es sald Oh I llke the play I just laughed and laughed because It w as so funnv Thele was no l'lLllllOl ln lt Apr 8 Students welc dlsmlssed at 2 49 to see Genevlexc Hampel ln As You Llke It Thls allangement no doubt was madc to enable the theatel IONGIS to see Clara Bow ln The Xhld Pal tv IH the exenlng 'A . rf 9 X ,, v I s 4-.9 Wxxhu 1Aq,p 'lIlmn,,, fb 54 ,J , 551 ,x xy NMAC , ,,, 5 QW ' NNIB is Q51 X v ,rg LC ,ll 1 'nu 1 1 -2 ununnl Quan' A , X lu elgx , N37 ' is 5 HS fin' . , et in U gt 3 : gay QA- x' 'xg'-15 -.xl - 1. y- -, , 1 -1-,--1 ,f ' ,'..Y kk .- ffs Z my I Y ,gt ses t ,x sg K, , . 1 Y . 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I allll Ulu X ullli NS 4- Q: .r Q In I '70 9 sz- ff,,, - .11 Illll I2 1'-,111 ff: 4 ll ffl Hum H110 Pcoplc thc Scn1o1 play Ap1 10 Qcholalshlp contests' Spealxmg 01 statcs scccding tl1c1c aic scyc1.1l studcnts 11 ho 11 ould like to seccde today If one fo1gcts onl1 halt hc lno11s soznc of us h'11ent T01 gotten much A11 11 Rclax the SCl1OlEl.1Ql'1lD contest IS 0XG1l Oncc n1o1c on can toluate the 1oy of 1ust bcing ahve A11 13 C' A A goes to the Winfield n1eet 'lhe C A A IS composed oi all 110 1nd ,gnls 11ho t'1l1e pait in eveiythlng f1on1 lacl s and hopscotch to 50 1a1d dashes A Tl 14 15 0u1 stock iudgmg tc am gocs to Manhattan A finc tc 1111 too A11 16 Thc 5ea1 s lo1c feast is today thc C1111 Rcsc11cs 0I0tl'lQ1 D1ugghtc1 I3 xnquc t A11 20 M uy Geeshn D J f11ff1th 'Ind L1no1y Day uc choscn to 1cp1cscnt tl1c school 111 thc state Scnlor Sll1Ol3lSl1lD contest A11 24 The foil RCSOINQQ had an old fashioncd tc1 this 111ftc1noon lIo11 1bout catching up XV1tl1 thc tllnebq Ap1 26 Ycs and Mlss Nyce contends 1 c can sau moncy but shc lo got to t ll us whcie thc money was MaJo1 Mu1phy in such a cute 111111.01111 tall1cd o the boxs but lt 11as such a cute un1fo1n1 clxss But that IS but 2 5 of it t11o of them 11c1c oiigmal Sue lox and .Ic in llunn IL thc what you call em a 11ell l ts see h ycs autho c A 11 1 Ou1 t1 ack tcam madc t1acl1s to Anthony 1nd hvlill ta Wcll A 1 23 lun1o1 Follcgc 1DIltLS thc sen1o1s to 1 ll cptnon Att1 ol collcy, l 11 0 This ieceptlon 1snt so exelusuc Ot1c tc1ns cot 1n11tcd too P uc l 11 ISIIL thcic 111ll be punch enough o go 110111141 May 1 Aplll IS gone but Leota Qmyci says that 11ot 1ll thc Iools 11 ent 111th it May 2 I wish n1y bnthdav 11c1c today so Id gct some p1cscnts May 3 The bl1dS that sing IH the t1ces You see Make 11111510 all the day Dun1 dee May Here yc at VV1ch1ta is the A V I tlack mcct IIITI 111 111 11c aient so slovx May V1 ho X1 as thc sen1o1 that 11cnt to Sundfu School thls I110I11l1'lj.,l May 7110040 IHOIL scconds of school at thc bcg.,1nn1ng, of sc cond hou1 today May Rca l1 I must otTe1 apologies t you 1o1 omitting, th xt most VKIIOOIJLLISII Jun1o1 College 1eccpt1on of May .3 but Im just gctting, OVLI It dont you l1no11 ' May 14 'lhe teacheis dont seem to 1eal1fe that enough of anything is cnough the1 a1e still assigning lessons Way 19--Spung has vxent sun1n1e1 has 3l11VQCl. I lno11ecl It 11as goin to clo that nohow as Elizabeth Boggs 11ould say. May 16-A nice assembly 11e l1ad today, wasnt it? May 17-wQuite confidentially now not tl1at it 1'eally makes '1ny diffcrcncc, you l'11ow but just betwccn you and n1e 11'c11'en t you delightcd with thc Scnior play '? 'I hat s just 111y sentiments cxactly. May 18-It follows as the night the day hc who sl'atcs must fall. May 20-Hark hark yc merry men all Why so merry? Ah-l1ah I ha1c it now thc last blue Monday. Kes. but such 11cather for such a day. May 22-Senior day was such a success that se1eral of the Seniors are coming b'1cl' next year just because it s so 111uch fun. It wont be long now and then ctc. abc. and so forth. May 23-We re happy um-hum so happy. A twel1e year scntence is almost finished. Some ho11e1 er are entitled to more rejoicing for thcir course 11 as extended to fourtcen or fifteen years. 'Vl'1y 24-I-I blub gulp. School is-gulp-over. Oh-h-h oo!-oo-Hoh-h-h. Hot dog.. May 26'-Wc sat together perhaps for the last ti111e it our scrvicc but '1l11ays SChO0ll1121tLSv wc linger through the years torethcr in melnorics. Our niisundcrstandings 'tt school only 1n1kc, clearer to us those memorics for ou: troublcs lcad to widcr knowl- cdgc a11d better understanding. Troublc cant dull COIll1'3llShl1J 'md wc as eoniradcs now rcmain so always. May 225-Stately rcfincd culturcd calm and in somc instanccs cvcn intelligent the Seniors accepted diplomas in paymcnt for the fun, the work, and the friendliness of school life. gin, 1:'i"',. . lah: 5 1, - "lie 1111111111 llllghl ' X Q 3 fg? - XXBQXXXN -I . .gi 1-5 C K jl 7 N' i. , gill -q-117 S - A , X fxpwum, Immnuul 1 -Q ' . .1 R f L , . 5, ft I ixx , ' 1 1' - 1 s 2 'N ' I nf-1 , -2 - Q4 : j 0-"' U .-' : - te... 411 FWN3 "' 5 0 e 155'-:"X' 1111" '-L3-' ' 7 . .,-, - -Q . -9 -. - , s :ll 1111 1.1' -7 uk 1 1 1 -1 1 J? 1 ?Z.' U' 1 1-V 5 x,,, l X - ' ' 7. s 1 . ' ' " . 1 . ' 1 .' 1 . ' 1 1 .1 1 s v 7 . I I .. T , JA- 1 .V ' . 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