Arnold High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Arnold, NE)

 - Class of 1938

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IC. 41l.IXI4lC. 7'r1-111. If. X, Bl NNI!-XXI 42. I. I'U'l"l'l I1 N In l'UIllIIll'lllUI'2lillbll of lin' hwlllx-flflll 1llllllX1'I'bill'X of our sviwul. mix th. .. ,. -- . 1 11, 1, 4 5.1 .S i 1 . 1 1 I., F, pulvlu alum ui Illia Nl ll lumix lllllix ilu in mum of 1 un of mam lfmlx an mul i1vlil4ll'l'IIliII1'lli fivuri-Q in lin- fin-lil 1nf1'tlll4'1lliull :uni lu lluw- who m 1 x , 5 - . ' n lugvthvr HI :Xrlmlml ill mwkml mill us iilfwrllgilulll ilu- yn-:urs iw lmu' lm' Nvil ml iw de-1ll1"ntv this l.ul'cllm1l of num-le-1-n iilII'iX-Ulllili. . 1 Tiff' Staff FRONT Row: J. Pope, J. Morrow, B. Dunn, 0. Messersmith, R. Potter. K. Dewhirst. SECOND Row: D. Farmer, N. Wehrley, E. Slupplcbeen, R. Adams, C. l.ewis. M. Twiss, W. Shaw, C. Dennis, M. Hailey, B. Dennis. THIRD Row: l.. Clark, L. llarwager, E. Twist, J. Adams. T. Hartman. l.. Morrow, H Worr:-ll, Nl. Naylor, R. Forrester. l'i0ll'l'll How: l". Wilkinson. M. Lewis, F. Hackes, A. Nelson. BACK Row: J. Re-iff, C. S:-rgnn. H. Cook, Mr. Powell, L. DeLosh. lfflitor .... . . Business Manager . Assistants. . .. Advertising . . . Cartoons. .. Photos .. Athletics .,,. Girl Scouts .... Hoy Scouts .... Music ,.., Band ..,... Clee Club. . . Operetta ..,...,...,, National Honor Society ..,. . . . Senior Class ......... Junior Class ...... Sophomore Class. . . Freshman Class .... C rade School ..... Typing Sponsor ,..... Manuscript Sponsor. . . Annual Sponsor .,.. Owen Messersmith Dorothy Farmer . Keith Dewhirst. Le-una Harwager . . . . ..,....,, Robert Adams . , Bud Dunn, Ruth Forrester . . . . Roland Potter . . Jim Morrow . . Jane Adams , . . . .Clark Lewis . . , .Mary M. Twiss . , . .Mildred Bailey . , . .Winifred Shaw . Elsie Stupplebeen .Nellie Jane Wehrley . . . . . ,Hazel Jane Worrell .Bernardine Dennis . . . . Gayle Dennis , . Emily Twist . . John Pope . . . Miss Skinner . . .Miss Sanders . . Mr. Powell l'11g0 Th ree C. II. IIAIIE, Supl. nf Schnois Math vmatiws Gr.uIunln', .In:'k-mn High Si'hnnI, Liuroln. Nm-lar., IUI8: A. II., Nvhr. Wi-elm-van lnix., 10221 M. A. liniv. uf Nehru IIIIH: giunlilailwf work at Univ. uf lll. LESTER O. KNOWLTON History, llorernrrzenl liuml Muszr' llraiiiiullv. High SrhnnI, Unk I'ilrk Aw-zulu-inv, !NvunIu, Ia., 19123 Union Ci-ll:-gi-, I.in--oln. Ne-br.. lUITg sum- nivr wink nl lhv Univ. of Nvhr., Wil-22: -ummm-r vmik nt thc- I'niv. ..i 1...14.., 1-mi. lIICl.I'IN,X SKINNICR l.'u1n1m'rr'iul, Llllfll lll.l4Iwl.lln'. High 5u'IluuI. I.inruIIl. Nvh.. P3281 II. 5.. lnix, uf IM-hl'., l'U,l.L: -nnmu-I mink all lhx' linix, nf N.-ln.. lfmn. III,-KIIG.XlIIC'I' ,'KYlIlCI.0'I"l'I'i. I'i'im'ip1iI Crumlv Si-liuol lfiglilli Crmlv. Svzwzlli Ururlv, l'vnmunship. Ari. llislnry Kinnlnqili-. High Svhonl, Ilmks-n Him. N.-li.. I'PITg Ikvaum-v Stale' 'I'1-iivlwu full:-gn-. lu-:uni-V, Ni-hr.. l'lI.f-!.I, I'If3-ffl. IIl5'I'II Ii-XlQI,Ii lfifrli :mil Sixlli Urmlfs 1ll.uln.ilv. High Srluml. Allinhi, IN:-In.. I'Pll: Ik:-mm-I 5lul1"I'n'1u'Ili'l'eA i:..u..,,.-. iw.....-I, x.i.... .lm.a..f 4:..1. Ivgu- IIlpIulll.l. I'If'I-fIlI. N1 XIIIIIfI.IA IiIiI,I.ICY Firxl mul 501111111 f:l'lllll'.9 lll.uIil.ilv, High 51-Iuml. Izinllivli- Ivnig. li... l'lL3'Y: 4Nl--...-.- mi.-ll.-g.-. x...k. N--I-u., l'PJ'l..L0. Page Four Faculty N:-hr.. II. S., l'niv. --I N4-In., 1928, IRNA JANE SANDERS, Principal High Scluml lx0flllIll Training 12II1gll'.Yh llnnlimlr-. IIIHII S4-Imnl. Ami-Inm, ANITA IIl'T'I'IiRI"II'II.D VOFHIIOIIIII Hume Ifrnnomics, English, IDFIIIIIIIIIIVS c:m.1...n.'. High s.'l....,i, X14-mn, Nvhr., l'l2'I1 II. S.. Iniv. nf Nvbl., I'ljHg invlnln-i nf N.ili-mail Home Ii:-niiuriiii-4 A4-un'i.ilinll. Wll,I,l.-K NI li. POWIELL Srif'l1rc'. llHlIl5lfiIll .4rls. .I,llfIIl'IIIfllil'S, .4ll1lc'Iiz's m...l....1.-. High 5.-n.....1. L..-H. Ini-lpi-. Nvhi.. l'l2ng II. S., Ni-hr. Slzllv' Nulllml 1.-fllvg--, lQh.lrIlun, Nvhr.. I'l.lI: II. F.. lnn.1nl I.:il:uni1', WUI.. I" IJ: wlilnnu-r sunk .il N1-hr. Slash' Nulnml lfnllu-gn-. I'YlIIIg ln:-nilwr nf llainnmi Siunm F1-eil-iii Nnmrml Iillvlllilull Snrivlk. ICSTIIIQH KIIICLSIIIIIQH Scwwilli Crnlfv. Iluxir in lfaih Crmlf' mul Higli Srhnnl II. If. X.. Inn. nf Xvhr., l'I,Ilg nwlnln-i' uf Ilu l'lli lip-ilun. Nzilinnzil II-unnrairx Hn-ir.iI Fuvnrilw. .NNNK HIW IIIQII Tlzirrl flllll l'4flI1l'f,I Crurlvx fllmlllxilv. High Fi-Iuml. XKNI1-rxiIIr', X1-In l'l""- N--In XXI'-Ivxain Inu.. I vi , . l.in4-nln. 'Xi-In.. IP- ULU: Inn, ni iN:-In .. I".u I- m. llIfII'I'IIl Illf Iflji lxr'n:lr'rgu1!e'r1 l,v.i-lu.n--. High Siluml. IL.-nn.: Ni-In l'l I l- N4-I-x.i-Ln Flillv' I u-.irln-vw i llullv-gr, Ixi-.uni-x, N:-hi.. 1'I51IIfv. JANE ADAMS Animal StaH' -l. Pre-5. l. St-U. Trt-as. 2-3. llunm' List l-2-3--l. lluuurary Sm-icty . . , . , .5--l-. Pep Club 1-.1-3-4. llavs 3--1. st-um. 1.2.3--1. ' lfulirxe -- ffullvge Prep LESTl'IR BICtlliRSrl'Al"l" Band 2. Basketball 1, flu Club l v". . Course- - f.'alr1lm'r'r'if1l DARLENE BROWN Gln-e Club 1-2, Plays 4. Course -Cummercial KEITH DEWHIRST Annual Staff 4, Band 2-4, Vice Pres. 2-4. Drainatius 1-3-4, Ulm- Club 3-4, Oper- etta 3-4. Plays 4, Scouts 2- 3-4. lfozirse-College Prep. ,lOSl'1l'll I Bud I DUNN "A" Club 2-3--1. Annual Stall 4. Baske-tlmall 1-2-3, Nice- llrvs. 3, Track I-2-3, Plays 2-3. lfoursv- -College Prep. l.lCS'l'liR ATKINS Basketball 1, Track 1-2. Ifnnrse H- General HAZEL BLIXT Band 2-3-4. Glen Club 1. Ifnr1rs1'- !l'urnml Training DON Al.D tDunl CLIZBE "A" Club 3-4, Basketball 1-2-3-4, Ulm- Club 3-4, Oper- vtla 4, Plays 3, Track 2-3, Basketball Captain 4. Course- Commercial ROBERT lloel DOWNINC "A" Club 2-3-4, Basket- ball 1-2-3-4, Track 3. Course-General Cll.-'lRLliS IQASTBURN Basketball 1-2, Glef: Club 1-3-4, Oper:-lla 4. Plays 4. Cuurse--f.'mnn1err'ial Page Five ESTHI-IR GAl.l.lNlLTON Ulm- Club 1-2-4, Opf-retta 1-24, Pvp Club l. Course- fl0I7llIl6'ff'I'lII LEUNA HARWMLER Annual Staff 4, G.A.A. 1-2, Glrff Club 1-2, Plays 3-4. C011 rsef A -Normal Training SOPHIA MORRISON G.A.A. l-2. ffoursf' Nnr1n11lTr11ining l'lYlCl.YN MMQNINON Sm-rf-lurv - Tl'!'ilSlll'l'l' 4 bl:-1' Llulr 2, Pup Klub 5. Plays -lf. ffnursr' l.'1'll1',u1' I1l'l'1I. llARRl':l,l. l5Nu'4l4'l Mc'l'lAlll.'lNll "A" Club fl--l. llaslwlball 1,2-3-4. 'l'ravk 2-3-4. i.'lllll'S!' !,'ull1-gvl'rep. Page Six LEO 4Prof.l IIARTMAN Band 2-3--l, Basketball 1- 2, Pres. 2, Ulf-6 Club 4, Honor List 1-2-3, Ops-rf-Ita 4, Plays 2-4, Scouts 3. Course- College Prep. MARJORIE LONG Glec Club 1-2. Pep Club 4. f:0IlfSCY'lv0l'l71l1I Training OWEN MICSSERSBIITH Annual Staff 4. Ban d 2-3-4, Prvsidvnt 4. Clue Club 1-2-3-4, Ope-retta 4. Plays lwl-. Cnurxf' --College' Prep. .lAfNlllS 1,lim J NIORROW Club 3--l-. 'Knnual Stall L Baslwtlvall 1Slufle-nl Nlg:r.l 2-fl--1. l,Tl'S. 3. lllvc Club ZV34, Plays 3-Al. l,'n1ir'sz'--Ifullege Prvp IHNIA I'lNNl'Il.l. lfnurse- ANVOFIYIIII Training WILBUR lWebJ PURCELL Cleo: Club 1-4. Course- -College Prep. DONALD fMuttP SHIELDS Basketball 1-2-3-4. Course-Commercial ETHEL SIMMS Dramatics 1. C.A.A. 1-2, Glee Club 1, Pep Club 1-2. Course--Normal Training ANNA WALKER Clee Club 1-2. Plays 4. Course--Commercial IIAZEL JANE WORRELL Annual Staff 4, Band 2- 3 - 4, Dramatics 1 - 2 - 3 - 4, C. A. A. 1- 2 - 3. Plays 4, Scouts 3-4. Course- Normal Training Seniors l l. NORMAN SATCHELL Basketball 1. Glee Club 1-2, Track 2. lfozzrse-Ifollege Prep. DORIS lDulJ 5HlELDS Pep Club 1. Course-Conmlerrial ELSIE STUPPLEBEEN Annual Staff 4, G.A.A. 1, Glee Club 1-2-3-4, Operetla 4, Pep Club 1-2-3, Plays 3-4. Course--College Prep. NELLY JANE WEHRLEY Annual Staff 4, Band 2, Dramatics 1-2-3-4, C. A. A., Honor Society 3-4, Pep Club 1-2-3-4,, Yell Leader 2-3-4, Plays 1-2-3, Scouts 1-2-3-4. Course-College Prep. W. E. POWELL C l a s s Sponsor, Annual Sponsor. Page Seven Senior Play W" ! E. Magnuson, .I. Morrow, I.. Harwager, K. De-whirst. .l. Adams, A. Walker. L. Hartman, C. liasllmnrn, li. Stupplelieen. O. Messersmith. H. Worrell, D. Brown. "AUNT MINNIIC FROM MINNESOTA" Minnie Miller llf. Stuppleheen! was the sort of girl who was a horn old maid. She has left her home town years ago to live with a rich aunt on a farm in Minnesota. When she returns to visit her sister. Emily Evans 41. Adams! and l'imily's daughters lfva tH. Wlorrelll and Elvira IL. Harwager! she is a changed woman. gay, dressed "fit-to-killii. and full of pep. Xvith great en- thusiasm she plans how she will wake up her home of Brandon. with the help of her sister. nieces, and two young men. Emery 10. Messersmith! and Guy Ll. Morrow!. Silas lL. Hartman! mayor of the town, objects to her plans but Minnie persuades him that it is all right. Wortllingtcmrt Willter IK. Dewhirst! a swindler from the city, steals Aunt Minnieis money. but Patience Perkins lA. Walker! the town gossip saves the plot. There are also two girls from the city who come to visit in Brandon at this time. Cornelia iD. Brown W! and Nella tri. Magnuson!. At the last Aunt Minnie and Andy Andrews 1C. Eastburn!. Aunt Minnie's former suitor. are reunited in blissful happiness. Directed hy Mrs. Powell. SENIORS WHO'S XVHO ,lane A. Great feeling of her own. Nellie Jane W. Let me silent be, for silence is the speech of love. Doris S. I can resist every thing except temptations. jinnnie M. Folks think l'm innocent, anyway. Lester A. So far as he's concerned it's spring all the year round. lilsie S. Let me dance tonight. tomorrow night, and forever more. Hazel B. Sometimes l sit and think and sometimes l just sit. Irma P. When l was somewhat younger. I was reckoned pretty gay. Hazel ,lane W. State your lnusiness. my time is limited. Bud Dunn. Brigham Young had nothing on me. Donald S. lf arguing were money, l'd be a millionaire. Darlene B. We'll dance ,til dawn. Darrell Mc. West is west but East is best. Norman S. No cupid's darts for me. Owen M. l'll sing you a thousand love songs. Page Eight Juniors BACK Row: L. DeLosh, B. Cook, K. Pinkston, F. Clerihan, A. Weaver, L. Frosli. THIRD ROW: L. Morrow, A. Nelson, L. Clark, L. Long, B. Dennis, M. Zocrb, M. M. Twiss, E. Built-y, C. Cliristenson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Butterfield, li. Blixt, W. Sliaw. ,I. Weinman, I.. Swisher, K. Zinunerman, G. Magnuson, H. Potter, A. Atkins. Ftt0N'l' Row: R. McDowell, D. Lewis, R. Adams, F. Backus, E. Nelson, D. Shaw, P. Hutvliins. Nl. Lewis, B. Bailey, F. Wilkinstmn, M. Bailey. President ........,.....,.. ..,...... . ,Roland Potter Vice President ,.,..,. , . . Leon DeLosh Secretary-Treasurer. ,.... . ....,, .... B ernadine Dennis DICTIONARY OF CLASS NAMES Alvin-Beloved by all liernadine-Bold as a bear Carl-Strong. manly, noble spirited Doris-The sea Iflaine-Light FlorineMFlower Faye-Fairy Kenneth-Leader Lucy-Born at daybreak Laura-Laurel Nlilclred-Gentle eounselor Robert-Bright i11 fame Winifred-Winner of peace Arthur-Highg noble Beulah-Married Dick-Strong as a ruler Evelyn-Agreeable Francis-Free Leon-Lion Lorine-Laurel Mary-Bitter Roland-Fame of the land Mr. Lantz-"As soon as I saw you come around the bend I said to myself, '45 at least' ',. Letha Mae-"How dare you? It's this hat that makes me look so old". 4- Mr. Knowlton-"What is density ?', Bud Cook-"I can't define it but I can give an illustration-7' Mr. K.-"The illustration is good. Sit down". Page Nine Sophomores I"RON'l' ROW: Le-ff lo right ,I. Iiieff, li. I.antz. I.. Cieser. I.. Knowlton, fi. Lewis. J. Beek- with. C. Sergun. .I. Pope. II. Wehrman. R. Fitsgzearhl, R. Watson. Sl-.COND Row: R. Forresler, IJ. Farmer, M. Easthurn. N. Ilartman, A. Brown. I.. Shields. NI. I"aIn-rly. I. Long. I.. Mills. M. Naylor. THIRD How: I.. 0'Conm-II, Ii. Cieser. D. Grogan, C. Andre. G. Schroeder. V. Steele. G. Dennis, IJ. ,Iam-olrsoii. M. I'iuneII. I.. Williams. BACK KUWZ Mr. Knowlton, Y. Niehois. B. Stone, V. w'It'IlllIl8l1, M. Dawson. B. Stone. ,I. ,IuIlllsuIl. A. KUUII. As freshmen this was a elass of fifty-five members. Even though the num- Imer has deereased. the eiass of '40 still retains the distinetion of heing the largest 1-Iass at the present time. The representation of the elass has Iieeu an asset to A. II. 5. liiglu were registered throughout the year for vom-aI musie and for instrumental groups. As yet ouiy a few memhers have partieipatcd in speeeh aetivities. hut douhtless the uuiuher will iuerease. Fifteen members ofthe group are active in Pep Cluh, and Iiie hots have partieipated in athletics. Of this group two have heeu Iet- termen. Ofifieers for the pasl sehool year have heen: President. Gayle Dennis: I iee-presimlent. .lohu Pope. and Seerelary-'I'reasurer. Ilorothy Farmer. STATISTICS ON S0 PHO MORICS Average age of elassf--Three years Average width of mouth-from hear Axeragze height--II:-Iow standard. to hear. Au-rage Wt'If.fIlIf'Ill'lllIf-WOIQIIII. Average iuteIIigeneefNo tests pro- Axerage size of hat-one hloek. vided. Axerage size oi hose two foot. I.aziest Illf'lIlIN1l' of eIass-tie. You Average size of shoef-one fool Niehois and CarI Sergfuu. Page Ten, Freshmen 5 l'i0UR'l'H Row: Miss Skinner, R. Bryan. R. Kouluek, G. liastlnirn, C. Martin. THIRD ROW: H. Halonska, A. Peterson, l.. l.eonard, H. Jacobson, M. Fisher. F. Trobee, B. Kicker. Sl-ZCOND Row: J. Potter, l.. Hopkins, B. Pinkston, A. Widholm, E. Twist, T. Hartman, K. Claudson. FIRST Row: G. Pinkston, D. Dc-Losh, D. Erikson, A. Konbek, H. Adams, D. 0'Connell, R. Anderson. Nor IN Puzwmz: S. Simms, K. Phifer, H. Phifer. President ..,.......,., ...., . . .Bill Ricker Vice President ,.,... .... E mily Twist Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . Richard Bryan Sponsor ...,.,,......,.,,,.......,...., Miss H. Skinner At the beginning of this school year 27 freshmen entered the Arnold High School. Eleven of the group had been pupils of Arnold Grade School. ln the short time in which they have been high school students we find them well repre- sented in school activities. Three of the group are members of the Arnold High School Band. Fourteen are members of vocal groups. A number of the girls have joined the Pep Club. Athletics interest a number of the boys. Richard B.-"Did you know that Bill R. was kicked out of school?" Don D.-"No, why?', R. B.-"He was caught counting his ribs in a physiology exam." l'ugc lilcren Grades Page Twelve EIGHTH GRAIJE linrx Row. lvll In right: PI. llullwill, W. Muller. F. Wanlv. Miss Aydclulw, D. Stone. T. filoorv, W. Slivcu. l-'HUNT Row, lvl! lo right: H. Wilkinson, J. lim-lilim-k. N. Broun. B. Julm-sun, li. Twin-1. Nl. Hawwvll. li. Mahan, N. jonvs. F. Downing. Nor IN l'u:1'vn:: Dee Wvlirlvv, 1.1-lluy Pope. SEVENTH GRADE lhlgx Row, lvl! in right: T. Shicldu, J. Buclifinc-k, C, Sinuns. Kline Krcuschcr, A. Hagler, I. Vcith. L. Adams. MIDDLE Row. left ln right: D. Pearson, l.. Beltz, D. Slreitwivsvr, L. Kose, B. Harris. FRONT Row. lo-fl lu riglil: l.. lliggvr- stall, C. Glaze, C. Shivlmls. F. Hvlberg, R. Jnvobsl. D. Wilkenson. FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES Bncx Row, lefx lo right: D. Nirlmls. R. Haswell, C. Moore, l.. Eaf-thurn. Mrs Eaglv, M. Twist. M. Province. I. filnllvr, li. Gilllvrl. fll. l.1-llmkulilvr. S Atkins, B. Shields, J. Javobs. A. lina- sen, G. Johns-mn. Mmnu: Row, lvl! lo right: S. Calling- tun, D. Knowlton, M. Dailvy, P. Zim- merman, B. Haswell. Ii. Ye-ith, M Davis, M. Wise, W. Ch:-slvv, R Trobe:-, D. Shri-ve, R. Hare. I-'HUNT Row. lvl! In right. l.. Linxlnnv .l. Hlllvllillrl. J. Rosa-, A. Kmllwk. H Laniz, B. l.. Zimmerman. M. Engle- man, C. Hollis-rg. C. Forrester. TlllRD AND FOURTH GRADES liluzlc Row, In-ft in right: F. Finch, M. l'rnvin4'e'. Miss lmwmle-r, N. Snnslerxon, S. Pvarsun, D. Dennis, W2 Mill:-r, .l. He-IU, B. Svult, R. Glaze, Il. Knulnck, M. Glaze, R. Wise. Mmnu: Row. lm-lr In right: D. Pia-rev, D. l"nlwrlv. D. Br-liz. l'. lhivis, M. Marne, ll. Pvrkins, Xl. Slrvilvxin'sr'r. D. Glam-, J. Nullvr. M. Zulkoski, N. llvlhorg, I.. Nz-lsnn. Fnum' Row. lvl! lu right: O. Downing, H. Ruchfinvk, R. Gvisvr, R. Pupr, M, Clark, F. Dirsnn. V. Haluuska. J. ,Ium-s, D. Ditsnn, Y. W:-ave-r, N. Clark, E. Cunningham, ll. Ycillx. Noi' iN l'n1'1'lkl-2: l.. Nr-wkirk, ll. llruwvr. FIRST AND SECOND GRADES liA1:K Row: Miss Kell:-y. 'l'niun Ruw, loft in right: E. Zulknski, D. Clwslvy, T. linslluurn, .l. Koulirk, .l. llonln. I.. llla-ssvrsrnitll, D. llnglvr, 'll. Zullrnski, R. Smith, C. Anilc-rrmn, ll. l.unu. Si-:msn Row, lvfl in right: J. Linnlsay, M. Yrilll, li. llnlulnlka, D. Williams, C. lffnglf-man. D. ,lame-sun, lf. Pic-rc:-, ll. lhissvll, Xl. Srliluulnmn, R. Fur- rvslvr. .l. l"nlivrlv. l-'nnNT Row, In-fr In riglul: B. Faglv. lf. S1-ntl, J. G1-isvr, T. Tlmms, D. Will llama, J. Hvlln-rg, G. Svliluntrnun, M. Gillwrl, C. Rlnmrv. Nm' ix l'n:'rl nn: D. Ih--nw-r. li. Gill-4-rl. KINDERGARTEN GRADE BACK Row, lvl! In right: Mr. Ervin Miss Elm. Mmnu: Row, left rn right: D. Smith, I. Wise. M. Dennis, A. Widhnlm, C Knowlton, H. Veilli, D. Taylor, S l.an!z. Fnowr Row, lvft to right: A. Thoms, G Marlin, R. Jnz-obs. A. McLaughlin, B Slim-ls, F. Williams, G. Hardin, D Alvxzmrler. Nnrr IN l'lCTl ns: XI:-lsin Bruwvr. Grades Page Thirteen IC Snapshots Muef M aaa. ? who Coufdf 71115 be P C2 Q A C' P4 S . .. fm? . I --'-- ' 4: ":"- ., R 'Z " ,.,, jffalw Z3 'J :.-fs::.,:.,. ,,,. 3-H:-z, Al - 3 Q , X Ae V, ,. -'I v ,.., 1 ' 5:54 Q Qi .:k,:.. V' V pg TWINS Y A 3 I -2 147' QA 1,-, 5 f w . Vx 1. . y. K 'im .fi 5-5. X fx .nf 'Q'-.4 x..-E 'X SK .K ,., x .1 sgww -f 1. gg. mm' C' .1 Dev. UW. Dm: Jan. Jam. jam. Fvb. fy .:.i,. Q. A. 9 , R N Wi f f .M :ze-fm "BWI Fa Gcwiz Q ffZ'I.l".:5,15'3 . .yrqxjkioub .. fgtxfiilfl - Q: W.. ENTNI Q X in 1 K: Y Q ..-.11 , L AN - ' ff 1.3 o .JfJJz1.L.f'1F J , ' gg-.gg W W -W . QTf":f'fffMf-- ' fqQi's-. . 1. f f Q ' f ' V --1 L, A I . -,e,Xg.13Ar-bl -vm rw.. 1 X - W .H?Z'1:.',!."' 2, .ff'f,jg'3f3 . HIPS- ffanlvs Awav- 3-lfllffdford 0 Mullen 20--Candy T Sargent I-1'+'Nlt'I'llil 21- Cullaway lQStapl0tun Dec Um' Jan Jan ,I an. Feb. 141'-Merna IT-St. Patricks 18-A -Broken Bow 25gStaplPton 23--Anslvy 11-Callaway WK il' . QF. Q.-' 011 031 Pugr' Fifi: Sailor Maids Miss Kreuseher, li. Stupplebeen. 0. Messe-rsmith, B. Dennis, C. Lewis, L. Knowlton. L. llart- man. K. Dewhirst. M. Hailey. Pianist f-P. Naylor, Mrs. Butterfield. SAILOR MAIDS Frances Marie tBernadine Dennisi is celebrating her 18th birthday by a cruising party on her new yacht. lfdward Dover t'Keith Dewhirstl a playmate sweetheart whom she has not seen for eight years, is to pilot the new yacht on its first voyage across the bay. When he arrives. he is mistaken for the absent caterer. Because of his interest in Jeanette tMildred Bailey! another guest. and his lack of yachting ability he does not reveal his true identity. 'David Kern fClark Lewisj a messenger from the caterer, in turn is mis- taken for Edward. Before he can explain. Edward prevails on him to assume his name and sail the yacht. At first he objects. then his interest in Frances Marie helps him to forget his true self. Gerald Kennedy t0wen Messersmithl also a member of the party. is madly in lore with Frances Marie. He has proposed nine times but has been rejected. to his regret. Olga llflsie Stupplebeent the Sewdish house keeper. has a lot of comical trouble with lfdward. since he is also short on caterer ability. Captain Dover tLeo Hartman I. l'idward's father. spends much of his time with his old friend Cy rus 'l'empleton t,l.amoiu Knowltonl, Frances Marie's father. The climax cutiies when David learns that Frances lVlarie's engagement to lfdwurd Dover is soon to be announced. The true identity of both is revealed and Frances Marie and her friends are shocked at the discovery. After much explaining the young men clear themselves and win the girls with lather's blessings. The musical numbers were under the direction of Miss Ester Kreuscher: Mrs. Anita Butterfield had charge of the dramatics. I age 5.1m-cn M " " Club 'l'lllRl1 Row: Supl-rinlt-ml:-nl llarv, Coavli Powell. SEQZUMI RUN: R. Amlanns. A. Atkins, L. lJvl,osli. D. lflislu-. li. XYlll'l'IllLlll, ll. Sllivltl 5 FIRST ROW: ll. Alt'l'l8l'llllltl, B. Cook, J. Dunn, J. hlorrois. R. Pollrr. R. Downing. .l. Pope. l',N'Sllll'lll .,.., , ,,., , . Don Clizlw Vivo Prvsidvnt , . . , . . , .Darrell McFarland Svvretary . .,......,. .,,.. . . .,... . , . Bud Cook Student Manager ..,.,.,,. . . , . . . . Jim Morrow The Men's "A" Club, an honor society for those boys who have been award- val the Varsity "A" for partir-ipation in Athletics, was foundvcl Ut-tober, 1927, and was l't'0I'gllIllZ0d in October, 1935. Basketball 'l'lllltlb lwluwz li. Watson, Finch-nl Mgr. fllorrois. Coach Powwll. Slip:-i'inI4-mlm-iii llurv. B. li ivlwr. Sliliowl Huw: ll. Shit-ltls, li. llryan, li. Wollrnian. R. Fitzgrvralml. C, l.4-vsis. A. Atkins, C. Marlin. l'llliS'l' Row: H. Amlanis, R. Downing, B. Cook, D. tllizlw. l,. Dm-Lush, li. Pottvr. ll. McFar- Y land, J. l' open Page Sz':'1r1.'c Junior Play I., Frosh, M. Bailey. W. Shan. li. tfook, l.. lla-l.osh. M. Tvsiss. R. Potter. .l. Wu-inman, l.. Clark. li. Aclalns, l". liavlws. l". Wilkinson, l.. Morrow. HBASHFIWL HOBBY" Miss Odessa Henworthy lM. 'l'wistI, chaperones a group of students to the homes of Helen Norwood's tl". Wilkinson! aunt. Mrs. Matthews lL. Morrowl, who with the help of her lmtler lL. Dehoshl and maid. tl. Yveinman I. is enter- taining her niore and party. While here. liolmert Downing's lR. Potter! friends, .lim ll.. lfroshl and Harry. Ili. fktlarnsl. wanting to help him overt-onie his in- feriority vomplex. hypnotixe him. making him think he is Lochinxar. linder this spell. lioh lam-onies wry hold and proposes to Helen. Anne. tl.. Clark D. and Joan. IW. Shaw D. also gives lorry. lli. Cook I. the bully. a very sound thrashing. llnahle to luring liolu out ol' the tram-e. the help of Madarne l3ul'ont. ll". liarkvsl, a professional lly pnotist. is solivited. The result is that Holm again proposes to Helen, who awepts and again gives jerry a beating to prove that he can do it, whilo in his own senses. as well as when hypnotized. Directed hy Mrs. Butterfield. Sl'iNl0RS WHO'S WHO! listher C. l pop the 1-orn to please the palate. ,loe D. Just my hoots. saddle and gal. Leo li. The field of science I will explore. Anna W. True blue to the navy. Leuna H. Did you know? He lives in Detroit! Lester B. How about a lift. gals? Charles lf. Girls, l've got a car. Evelyn M. If ever she knew an evil thought, she spoke no evil word. Sophia M. He has caused me a thousand apprehensions. Ethel S. A proper maiden this,-and thoughtful. Marjorie L. Quietness marks every act. Keith D. l loved, l wooed. l won. Willmur P. A great basketlrall fan am l. Page f'figl1lc'1'lI M. STEBURG D. DENNIS J. ADAMS M. DUNN l". ICDDY G. McGUlRE F. LEWIS ll. MILLS N. WEHRLEY The Arnold chapter of the National Honor Society was granted its charter on March 24, 1936. Juniors and Seniors rating high in character, scholarship, leadership and service are eligible to membership in this society. Above are pictures of the former and present members of the Arnold chapter of the National Honor Society. Those who are not in the pictures but who are members of the National Honor Society are: S. Beatty. C. Spratt, V. Peterson, E. Van Wormer, and C. Claflin. Band l,-KST Rm! I ,l. llollvr. ll. Yvorrvll, M. liailvy. K. Dvwllll'sI. Sl-XIHND Him: ll. lxliillilll. ll. llarc. N. lNuvlor. 'l'IlIItIl lltm: .l. llorw. A. Kouln-lx. ll. vv'Q'llI'lllilD. Y. Nil-lmls. II. lmui, l"nl'li'l'Il HHN: N. Ilurllnun. bl. Dawson, I.. llarllnun, ll. IM-nnis. l'ill"'lIl Ron: I.. lbw. IC. Blixt. Il. lilixl. 917-.ill Rim: l.. lxnmsllon. D. Striolwim-sr-r. If. IM-nnis. R. Koulwk. gl-1YliN'l'll ROW: R. Potter, 0. lYll'!4Sl'l'Slllllll. .l. Pope. ll. l"orn-ster, Mr. Knowlton. and M. 'l'wiss lllrmn Majorl. ! Page Ninelcen Dramatics l'lltr-I lum: XX. Plum. l'. Um-Iwx. In Flu:-M-. Nl. Hzlllm. N, XM'l1xla'x. SIQKIUXXID HHN: Ui-X FlxilllH'I'. ll. H1'lIlli4. .l. W4-innmun. Xl. Tuifw. l,. Sui-In-r. Tlllllll HUM: Ii. .-Mlaull-. K, l7l'NlliI"'I. R. Pulls-V. ll. Xx4'IlI'IlHlll. Almmm' am- thc- 1-mllvstzulls for thx- Lewzll Uvvlzlrmllnrv vrmtvst hvlil in the Arnuld High Sc-lmul auditorium the 4-wining of ,lilllllilff ni:1c-ls-911111. 'l'lwre- wv lhrvr- llIXlSiUllS in llu- 4-mllvsl. Umlurivzll. Hlllll4lI'lDllS. :xml llrumulirz lim-lux s am' ilu- uinm'rs uf Ihr- luvul Ur-m'lalm1lm'y: XY. Slum. Humnru KIIXISIUIII H. Xxvllflllilll. f,l'Rll4lI'il'ilIZ N. .l. Wvl1rlm. Ih'umuti1'. M ilu- slllm-elislrivl umtm-sL In-lfl all 5:11114-Ill. X1'lil'..,lLlllllilI'X lxwnlx-fix. X. I 1 . Wvhrlf-x l'1-1-1-in-1l il Supvriur ruling uml XY. SIILIW. I'1Xl'1'lll'Ill. Winners llgl' Tllvllfx' wr 1 Pep Club I .ee llmzign l.i:.wi-Liss: IN. J. We-lirley, L. Clark, M. Naylor. BOTTOM Row: M. Long, F. Baekes, J. Adams, M. Falierly, J. Wm-inman. l.. Morrow, B. Dennis. M. Bailey, H. Worrell. Sl-ILIOND HOW: Mrs. Butterfield, lSponsorl C. Sc-hroailer. Y. Steele. P. Javolrson. M. Dawson, G. Dennis. A. Koch, W. Shaw, l. Long. THIRD How: D. Farner, R. Forrester, M. Zeorb. A. Nelson, F. Wilkinson. D. Shaw. J. Potter F0l'R'l'H ROW: l.. Mills, M. Twiss, V. We-inman. J. Johnson, ll. Javolison, Nl. liasllxnrn. The Officers are as follows: President ,......... ,.,. N ellie Jane Wehrley Vice President ......,.. ....... F ay Wilkinson Secretary and Treasurer ........ ...,..,. J oyeelyn Potter The meetings of the Pep Club are held every Monday evening. During the past year the Pep Club has had a good attendance. All the girls enjoy doing their best to help win any game. CHEER With an A. with an R, with an ARN. With an 0, with an L. with an OLD. With an A R JN O L D. Thatis the way you spell itg ill?I'PiS the way you yell it. Arnold. Arnold. Arnold. SONG Arnold High. Arnold High, we will fight for you or die. And we'll win for you too, Arnold High. On the field, on the fioor, we will fight forever more, for the glory of our Arnold High. Then it's fight, fight, fight, for dear old Arnold High, winning her glory and fame, and where e're we go, you will always know, that we are fighting for our Arnold High. Keep on fighting, for we-'re fighting for our Arnold High. Page Twenty-one Boys Glee Club IMLIX Kim: U. 'NI1-H-4-islnilli. lx. ll:-xxliir-I. N. 'Nh-kills, R. l"i!zg4-ralml. ll. fflizlu-. .l. Nlm'r:lw. SICIIHNID Ram: XY. l'ur1':'lI. KI. lfaQlluurn. l.. llarlmaa. .l. ll:-1-lnxilli. l.. llvlawll. 42. l.:-isis l.. fvlglllll l'iIl4!fN'I Hun: ln-Irurlnr lf. Ku-nf-ln-r. N. nllkins. l.. Kmmltun. ll, lmxxix. K. Zimmvrman .l. H1-ill. li. .Mull-rwrl. M. Naylnr. GLICIC CLVBS Thr- Ulm- lilulm is an ops-n urganizalion in any lmy ur girl who l'll,lUfS sing- ing. This pm-ar ilu' gruups llaxv I0 lmys anfl Xl girls. only fr of wlmm will grarlualv. 'l'li4- lllll.1'l'1'lll QIFHIIIIS lIilXi' appvarml al xarious sr-limml anfl luval avtixitivs :luring lln- fvill' aml also prvsvliivfl Ilw opvrvlla. "Sailor Maids". 'lllia-x liaxv c'rc'1lilrlx 1'vpr'm'svrllwl thc' sf-haul in all prcx iuus 1-nunly 1-mite-sts. All musival avlixilif-s liars' prufilvml umlvr tha- alvlv flirv1'li4m of Nliss lfslhvr l lir:'l1s1'lu-r. lvlilI"!lill'l'l Naylur has lwvn llw il1'f'uIllpillllSl during: lliis yvar. Girls Sextette Gifs' ', 5 GQ ll. Ile-uni-. ll. ll:-uni-. XX. Nllilh. Nl. llailvy. lf. Slupplvln-mi, NI. lui--. lugl- 7'11'w11lx-lim Mixed Chorus w if. ...sg l'0l R'l'll Kun: 0. Nlvssm-1'm1lll1 lx. Ile-ulnrsl. I.. liilhllillfll. I.. Hartman. X. Nlvhols, R. l'IlLg.ft'l'i1l1l. I.. Dc-lmsll. ll. lilizlw. J. Nlol'l'ows. Tlllllll Hwy: W. Vlll'1't'H,x A. Atkins. U. l.:-wis, l.. Kmmllun. J. Bvckwilll, K. fimnu-rman, l.. I.:-mf. J. Km-IH, 1.. N-rgun. Sldtluxlb ROW: W. Shun, I.. Lvomird, C. Dx-nnis. Miss Kr:-usvhr-r, H. Il:-nnis. M. Twiss, IC. Slupple-lm:-n. R. .'xIlKlQ'l'Sllll. FIRST RUN: J. Potter, N. llurlman. M. Fislucr, M. Naylur, T. Hartman, F. Bavkm-s lfm l:l'H lion: I.. Nlnrnm. J. xxlqlllllllll. H. lhwxuif. X. xxvilllllllll. Xl. 'l'ui-N. Nl l.iNll1'l'. Nl. lhausml. lf. Klnllinglml. 'l'lllRlm Hmm: ll. Slum. Xl. llailvy. Nl. Z1-nrln. ll. Dm-nnif. IC. Sllnpplc-In-1-11. A. Km-ll. F. Backcs, I'. lI'1lIH'Q'. Sl-21ZUNlb Nun: lf. Twist. lf. Wilkilwux, W. Slum. I.. I.:-umlrul. ll. .lan-nlmm. l'. .lzlmIvw11. Nl. I'llllill'lX. Nlnss lXl't'lIwl'Ilt'l'. . , . .. l'lliS'l' hmm: J, l'ulKm'l'. U. lluluusku, N. luusllrurn, I. llurlmun. N. llalrlmzm. li. Plllkflml. Nl. Naylor. Prlgv Tll'l'lIlV-fill' Band IIll'I"I'UM Him: NI. 'Xa1yIm'. XI. Ii1liI1'y. II. Xluliun. Il. 5t1'ir'lm-ist-l'. .I. lim.-. I.. li-N-. II. Ilan-. AI. l'nlln-r. NI. Tniw lllrum Ntzlifmrl. NICLIINII IIUNXZ XXUITI-II. Iwpt-. IXIIUNIIUII. Ii. Imuis. ll, IIIixl. IIIiXt. JK, IKnllIt1'Ix. Mr. Knmxllmi. VIIHIRIJ Him: N. IIZIVIIIIQIII. NI. X. IIRHKNUZI. II. k0lIIit'Ix. IS. XY-t'IH'lII1lIl. K. Ilvxsllil'-I. ll. IT:-nniQ II. I'iilI'l'l'bIl'I'. II. I'4lIle'l'. I'itll R'I'Il HUM: Ii. IJ4-uni-. I.. llzlrlmun. II. YIt'Nit'l'SlllIIIl. X. Nitllml-. Nm' IN Pls 'rl mi: Xl. l'ullvr. l,. Imp.-. 'I'Il1- Itillltl umlvrtI1v4'z1pz1IvI4-Ivuflr-rsliip of Mr. Kmmlttm has Iuul an xvrx sur'- vvssful ymu' nf Iuuul musiv. 'I'Iw st-Im-tl spirit was ill'UlISt'fI ut t'ilt'Il Iizlskt-tImzlII ggzum' and svluml 4-xc-ills Ivy tht-ir playing. 'IIIN' ulgizliiizzltiinii lllllI1IN'I'SIIlIl'If. and In Uniform I I Pngr' TIl7l'IlfYjI'0Ilf A. W. I. C. MRS. F. A. BURNHAM This page is lovingly dedicated to Mrs. Jane Burnham, Past President, Senior Executive and Honorary Life Member of the Arnold Woman's Club, who answered the call of her master on January 29, 1938, and who in her busy life gave so unsparingly of her time and talent in all the things that made for the bet- terment of the club and community. The Arnold Womanis Improvement Club was organized and federated in 1913. lt has an active membership of fifty-one, three of whom, Mrs. A. J. McCants, T. L. Jones, and W. A. Brewer, are charter members. The objective of this organization has always been, to vigorously support all worthwhile civic and community activities. One of the first important ac- complishments. was the founding and housing of the Public Library during its early years. For a quarter of a century the Woman's Club has continuously worked for community betterment. Today, firmly believing that the very existence of our nation depends wholly upon the on-coming generation, the Arnold Womanis Club has pledged itself to youth and its every activity. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY President ......,,......... Mrs. Edd Twiss Vice-President .,.... Mrs. E. O. Messersmith Recording Secretary .,..... Mrs. Wm. Powell Treasurer .... Reporter .,., Katie Shaw Lydia Rose ,lulia Johnson Sylvia Pearce .......,....Mrs.,l.D.Troyer ..,.Mrs.,l.C.Naylor IN MEMORIAM Lillian Anson Electa Moffitt Lulu Downing Grace Rose EXECUTIVE BOARD Mrs. F. A. Burnham Mrs. J. T. Mudd Mrs. W. O. Skinner Mrs. C. E. Mahan Mrs. Edd Twiss Harriett Forrester Kate Steburg Laura Peterson Jane Burnham Page Twenty-five A. Adams A. O. Alexander L. Bailey H. Bryan R. Butterfield C. A. Buck W. E. Clizbe l. M. Coleman A. L. Comer .l. Coufal T. DeLosh E. B. Dewhirst F. Finch 0. Forrester H. Hardin L. Harper C. H. Hare L. S. Oliver F. Brittain C. Beardsley T. N. Backes W. E. Conrad J. H. Melton Leonard Steburg MEMBERSHIP M esdames C. H. Hart E. A. Johnson T. L. Jones F. M. Joy L. Kring L. Knowlton C. S. Lucas F. Lucas H. C. Luman J. Layton C. E. Mahan A. J. McCants E. 0. Messersmith J. M. Melton .L T. Mudd J. C. Naylor F. Newman HONORARY MEMBERS M esdames W. B. Zimmerman CHARTER MEMBERS M esdam es E. D. Cleveland E. C. Picket T. L. Jones C. Pearce E. L. Pope J. H. Priess W. E. Powell L. P. Rose D. Shaw W. O. Skinner I. Spratt L. M. Steburg .l. D. Troyer C. W. Troyer E. Twiss H. S. Wehrley B. C. Wehrman C. Wise Miss Gladys Pearce H. l. Jack A. J. McCants W. A. Brewer C. B. Pearce HONORARY LIFE MEMBERS W. A. Brewer T. L. Jones PAST PRESIDENTS A. J. McCants Jessie Brittain ,.....,........................ 1914-1915 Irene Beardsley ........,.........,.,.. ,lane Burnham ..... Essie Haskell ....... Sylvia Pearce ........ Elizabeth Steburg .... Myrtle Mills ....... Lucy Newman .... Grace Mudd ..... Susie Mills ,..,. Gladys Mahan. . Blanche Hare .... Beatrice Twiss . . . Page Twenty-six . . . . .1915-1916 . . . . .1916-1918 . . . . .1918-1921 . . . . .1921-1924 . . , . .1923-1925 . . . . .1925-1926 . . . . .1926-1927 . . . . .1927-1930 . . . . .1930-1932 , . . . .1932-1934 . . . . .1934-1936 . . , . .1936-1938 ng Girl Scouts BACK Kim: Nl. lfahartyg Mt-sclaim-s Powell, Naylor, Stelxurg, and We-llrlcv. V 1 .MIIJIILH Hmm: H. l"oi'n-slcr, M. l,l'llVllll'l', .l. .'xtltllllS, ll. Nlills, M. Dawson. Nl. 'l'ixiss, C. Mt'tIuii'4-, ll. Worr:-ll, B. Jalnison. l"RON'l' RUN: l.. .'xtl2llllS, A. lluglvr, J. Potter, ll. Twiss, J. Johnson, M. Naylor, M. Bailey, ' it lx H. Mahan. N. We-lirlvy. .l. Buvlifii This is a national organization whosv purpose is to develop girls who are mentally awake. physivally strong. and morally straight. The Arnold troop was formed in 1934. and has from the beginning been svlf-supporting. tVarious forms of sales are held to raisv lnoney for scout zlvlivitivs l. Uur troop has dont' good work in tht- Utllllllllllllly. lfavh yvar at Christmas tinw old toys arc- repairvd and distributed to unfortunate 1-hildrvn. T. Harris Lic-ut. and M. Sta-luurg. not in pit-turv. Boy Scouts sr K 2 -Xi :mam lhtik Rim: xl. .'h1lilIltS, fl. Nichols, ll. xvvllfltlilll tllolninillvvl. 'l'IIIRll Row: ll. Poll:-r. Y. Nichols, K. ll:-ullil'sl. Si-itioxn Row: R. Koala-k, ll. I.t-wis, ll. Wt-In-man, .l. Pont-, tl. Magnusson. N. Mliilllf- l"RON'l' lhm: Re-r. Javlt, I.. Bt-llz. I.. Pops-, C. l.ant1, A. lxoulwlt. ll. Allilllli. R. Watson. The- llox St-out Troop No. 108 of Arnold, was startvd in January 1030 with Raw. C. l.. Yan Metro as Scoutmaslvr. Tlw Rotary Club em-tt-d a xt-ry fine Svout Calvin lot-atvd in tht- Stain- Rvvrmition Park. .-Xt prost-nt thvrv art- l-1 lvoy s. l.antz is troop st-rilw. lVlt'1-tings arv hold t'Yt'l'f' Monday night at T ol-lot-k. ,IIKSP Tzcwlli'-x1'1mn II Wf qw Q 4 Xvus UI'glillliZl'd in Chix-algu. Fvlr. 23. 1905 In Arlmld-111110 4. 1929 Its Nlultu----"Sm-l'xiw alum- svlff' lls BllS1'fNTII0llglllINIIIIIPSS of Uthm-rs." Its I'IXlll'l'SSiUllf-MlIl'lllflllIll'!4S in Ullu-l's." Its Ulujvvl--"Sc-4-killgz ln do all you 1-an tu luring folks 'Ug1l'lhl'l' in pc-uve and lmrmm1y. and In :lurid 0Yl1l'ythillQ.f that has a lt'Ildt'llt'f lu l'LlllSP fric-lion and separation. age Twcn ly-eight PAST PHIQSIITHXTS Dad Bllfllhillll "29" Swede' Slclmurg "ISU" Holm Harris "Jil" Dm' Dllllll "fill" Tuvk Jmws "IH" Sim' Luvus "3-lf' Bunny Hara' "HS" Chas. Hart 0130" Hvrlm JUPIIISUII "IST- Luuiv Kring "Mi" Meet Your Friends The -At- PUBLIC TELEPHONE CO. The ARNOLD RECREATION ,Can Save You Time and Money CLUB At Only a Few Cents a Day ARNOLD STATE BANK- FORRESTER GARAGE Call Us for Anything in the Line of Auto Service OTIS NEWKIRK A NOTARY PUBLIC Real Estate Insurance R. E. HARRIS NOTARY PUBLIC ATTORNEY AT LAW Real Estate Insurance ARNOLD CO-OPERATIVE CREAMERY SHAW'S BARBER SHOP er 0 -3150- creamBZXd Pfroduce ZENITH RADIO Manufacturers of -and- Butter and Ice Cream PHONE 103 ELECTRIC FRIGIDAIRE FARMERS UNION CO-OPERATIVE OIL CO. Union Gas and Fuel Quaker State Oil Tank Service ARNOLD SALES COMPANY John Deere Implements White Rose Gasoline SALE EVERY WEDNESDAY OFFICE PHONE 185 E sz H SUPER SERVICE A CUSTER CAFE Mobil-Gasoline sl G1-eases It 'gg z'gLLse MODERN STATION You ARNOLD LIGHT PLANT ROLAND BUTTERFIELD At Your Sinclair Products Service PHONE 156 ' DR. G. E. MAHAN LUMAN CHEVROLET CO. Dentist Sales - Service ForEono i IT rt ti See cthenNZw lgfllliiapvlrozleiin C0NlIg3I3H1I3EIESQ5TTILE This Space Donated by Friends Best Wishes Arthur Buchfinch Page T wen ty- ARNOLD CAFE Always a Refreshing Place to Eat T. L. JONES Quality Goods at the Same Price Make Our Store Your Home GOINGS HARDWARE A Pleasure to Show You Our Merchandise L. P. ROSE HDW. CO. Licensed Embalrner Funeral Director-Lady Assistant CALLS ANSWERED PROMPTLY Meats of Extra Quality Get Your Graduation Clothes You'll Find at -Gi- SANITARY MEAT MARKET JAMESON'S QRDER BY PHONE 80 Sfyle and Qualify ls Our Mmm ARNOLD BAKERS Quality Bread and Pastries Ready for the Table If You Are Looking for HART CLEANERS Send it to a Master It Mus! Be Right If We D0 It Auto Accessories or Hardware Stop in and See Your GAMBLE STORE TODAY EMERY'S SERVICE ONE STOP STATION Gas - Oil- Tires - Grease Batteries Courteous Service FOOD CENTER, Inc. Qualify and Servire Alwavs Arnold Nebraska COMER 8z NEWMAN As You Recall Your School Days Don't Forget Us Barbers LUCAS DRUG STORE Modern Up to Date SODA FOUNTAIN - MAGAZINES DIERK'S LUMBER 85 COAL COMPANY Lumber, Coal, Wire and Cel-o-Glass Builders Hardware W. E. CLIZBE, Mgr. PHONE 93 COMMUNITY LUMBER 8z SUPPLY CO. Building Material of All Kinds Lumber - Post - Wire - Paints Sale With Safety At Your Rexall Drug Store JOHN FINCH 8z SON This Space Donated by Friends Page Thirty Browns Studio PHOTOGRAPHERS -:- ENGRAVERS North Platte, Nebraska We Take Pride In Making Fine Photographs" ALL SENIORS PHOTOS IN THIS ANNUAL Are By Browns Studio Patronize Our Advertisers Page Th WM. ROSENTRATER Commercial Photography -and- Home Portraiture THE H 85 H 5 8L 10C STORE We Carry a Good Line of VARIETY GOODS OUR PRICE IS RIGHT AMERICA'S BIG BROWN COW A cow that gives a lot of high grade milk: easy keeperg large and Beautiful: strongg healthy: and gentle that is the brown Swiss. See them at BROWN SWISS PLACE VISITORS WELCOME Compliments -and- Best Wishes GEORGE DAVIS E. L. MARRS GENERAL CONTRACTOR MODERN EQUIPMENT U. S. POSTOFFICE Congratulations and Best Wishes JOHN LEWIS. Postmaster VOGUE BEAUTY SHOP DUART'S PERMANENTS Coolest - Safest - Surest PHONE 90 RIALTO THEATRE The HIIlllP..lJ! Good bnunrl We Bring You the Pick of the Best Pictures U 85 I GROCERY STORE Fanc and Staple Groceries COMER BEAUTE SHOPPE Fingerwaving - Shampooing Permanent Waves a y Where Qualify COIIIIYS Spgcialty PHONE 35 Prices Reasonable J- T- MUDD CARLSON BARBER SHOP OPTOMETRIST Give Me a Trial Radios, Westinghouse Refrigerators and Jewelry and I Know You Will Return E. C. CAROTHERS HAGLER'S TRUCK LINE 8z GARAGE Our Prices Are Right JEWELER f I , Broken Bow Nebraska I You Have Tguglgnffogg Repair work Call 138 and Ask for Bill LEXINGTON MILL 8: CLYDEGQISZEEQ CASH ELEYATOR ,C0- Wholesale and Retail Gram 0fA1l Kinds Cream, Produce, Flour and Feeds Flour - Feed - Salt - Seed PHONE 163 LEWIS J. KRIN G Hides and Furs Arnold Nebraska EASTBURN SINCLAIR SERVICE STATION Courteous and Prompt Service At All Times PHONE 173 Page Th iffy-two 0 w A -'rn ,-, .. I. nut: 4,1 . 4 --,pw 1,4 F. . .,. . Wu.. -Fha-.. -, A, -,.k.,k ,rv ..5..h -, , R .1 nr-1, We 'Q x vm -.5 4' 'ul . -4 MU, wg ',iw-ww. ..1,.,r.x- Q. .n.,,.p N KM' 5 ww f--ywiiw. ,,,, . :ky 4' 2. ,,, an . ,.,. ' n Q1 " I , .4 ww, . . x-I, -AL.,-1.Q .1- 'V-f Aw -wf -- '.,n.4:.!r af' - - 51- f 311---. ' uw .gl ,,. -.., ,,. . ' f , 1 1. f,-1, avg. ,. ,. ' v' an-.7 .. .,,, . . , . .-44. vnu -.av-dy.-. lal N ',bgJ.,..,,., -f . tum, ,P . ' N1 1 . , w'is'.-,5l,4.:Q,.4Q- 3- 'NYU 4 .4 , 1 . - 1 r :. ' ' w . . 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