Arriba High School - Ace Yearbook (Arriba, CO)

 - Class of 1926

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' Asj we turn the page into history we note with pleasure the a- chievements of the year. The added departments and activities have noticeably increased the interest in school and both boys and girls have earnestly endeavored to succeed with every under- taking. The shop has been the busiest corner of the building and has been the means of stimulating interest as Well as being an as- set in many other ways. The publishing of a school paper was a doubtful undertaking at first, but its success has gone beyond expectation and it has become one of the school's necessary activities. Students and teachers alike have realized that community inter- est in the school depends, first upon enthusiasm and the success- ful accomplishment of tasks set before them. How well we have succeeded has been answered by the enthusiastic attendance at our games, programs and literary efforts. The publishing of this Annual is a huge task and such a project is undertaken by few schools in Eastern Colorado. It will be treasured by all students as a memory book for many years to come and the pleasure and 'satisfaction which it affords cannot be estimated. "l'lI5illliiHl'Um!Ff'l" '7flI!IUIlllliliTl!l13ww"'nw , , ,J-ir.: f1':L11""-'ui-N .:'w'1:numm:' X A luv-,:..vf4f' l. - - m ' -7-W - -- sian-m---A -.M-A-------l----.- ,I 1 Ei! -I ,iv El gs. :fl I 5, 'I 2" lil lil L l is fl w L, ,i W il il in gr: Qi A: ll El Zig lil 1-i sm 5: P: eu lea l Q Ill rl J il ,le :ii ea gel . . l 1yEll:---..-.- :Y:--.- vmmmmw ' ANNUAL STAFF Editor-in-chief ........................ Ruth Blair Assistant Editor-in-chief ........ Business Manager ....... Calendar Editor ........... ... Kenneth Gammill Paul Peckham .. Flora Fruhling Joke Sz Snapshot Editor ..... ..... C ecil Morgan Junior High Reporter ........ .. . ..... Ruth Copley Senior High Reporter ...... .... G ladys Elliston Freshman Reporter ------. Sophomore Reporter ..... Junior Reporter ..... 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I A Nllllliwilllilllh1.iium-L..ssl54l!ilRlliiililZlil1lMl.M!!l!'.!.'ML'.l!l'llLlM1Tiht1Hil"i"Ll:L'l45!'!l'EiHiifillEElE5"'ii.'57l-l.4i'Y1lJIllll1lliI W! ,111 1, 1,1 YY,,.,-,,, 11YYYYYY---....fi,,YY---,,1-,....,,,,,,LTq1 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Seven Freshies entered Arriba High School in 1922. They were Marie Culler, Leona Keckler, Ruth Blair, Paul Peckham, Earl Pickett, Norman Prettyman and Fred Cory. The officers for the term were Leona Keckler, president, Paul Peckham, vice president and Marie Culler, secretary and treasurer. We were active in basket ball that year, Paul, Fred and Nor- man being on the boy's team, while Leona, Ruth and Marie were on the girls' first team. In the fall of 1923, there were nine Sophomores, Mary Eller and Rossie Wheeler having enrolled, Leona Keckler, president, Ruth Blair, vice pres- ident and Norman Prettyman, secretary. We were active in basket ball this year, and our social ability was proved by the St. Valentine's party at which we entertained the high school students and the school faculty. In 1924 the Juniors had an enrollment of five but this number was re- duced to four shortly after Christmas when Mary Eller left. Although We were small in number, we took an active part in the affairs of our school. Three of our members were on the basket ball team, Paul and Leona being forwards on their respective teams and Ruth jump-center Two of our members were on the literary team, Leona for declamation and Ruth for short story. Five Seniors enrolled in 1925. Oscar Smith and Harold Wllliamsjoining our group of thi ee, Oscar came from Lincoln school and Harold from Otis Colorado. The latter left at the close of the first semester and four re- mained to complete the term. Despite the fact that we were the smallest class in either Junior or Sen- ior high, We have been one of the most activein its affairs. Leona Keckler and Ruth Blair played on the girl's basket ball team and Paul and Oscar were reliables for the boys' team. Leona, Ruth and Oscar tried out for literary and Oscar is also on the track team. Last fall a Student Council was organized and Leona has been president during this, the organization's first year. Paul and Ruth were the Senior representatives on the council. Paul, Leona and Ruth took the Journalism course and were members of the Arriban staff, Leona was Editor-in-chief, Ruth assistant and Paul athletic editor. We were represented in the Commercial department by Paul, Leona and Ruth, they were members of the bookkeeping class. Oscar is a student in mechanical drawing and manual training and has made many useful and attractive articles of furniture. Ruth Blair was editor-in-chief and Paul acted as business manager of the Annual. As we neared the close of the year, we came to realize more and more that it is not quantity but quality that determines the value of a class. Although we were very busy at the close of the year, we were glad to respond to duty's call because we knew that by so doing we are laboring for A. H. S. It is the profound desire that the succeeding classes may come-to love the Purple and White, as deeply as do We --- the class of '26. .ai 1 :I 'in CITIIiEI1K2EiE.'fl'lliTEiElFIIE!1lHZlI!EE'I!iTl5EEl!l"Z7'lllflillilvillfllllliiF!!E1f'f'Mii!! "lE"l'WE"f'f'E1WWY7l'lF!i'Wl'fKiE5ll'1'FliEflil1E!llTlEUii'1ll'.l!FlMEMlH'Af'i',lWl EE?.EEDMTlE 5,1 I 1 l I I l w - w E I E j E I I i I l 1 i i 1 l I 1 1 1 I 5' I E l l I I s l l 1 E 505 A fl A GLASS Pnoierrnov fl The class of '26 had for along time been undecided as to how they i would have their future foretold. The idea of going to a magician did not E prove satisfactory as they might find life monotonous knowing, as they would, what was decreed for their future. However, they soon agreed I upon aplan. Their sponsor, Mr. Gammill, and each member solemnly 1 if xl vowed to meet at the Arriba Gymnasium twenty-five years later and i - E hold a reunion. E W E TIME: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS LATER IN ARRIBA The scene opens in the city of Arriba. An aeroplane is circling over the Aviation fieldg finally the plane lands safely. A man steps out of the E i plane and seems to be searching for the familiar spots of long ago. The .aviator has a Van Dyke beard and his appearance suggests Europe and ex- l E if i tensive travel. He is somewhat taller than the Oscar of twenty-five years fa 2 l Lago but his brown eyes have the merry twinkle as of old. He leaves his i i machine and goes to Broadway, the main street of a quarter century ago. E - He inquires where the Arriba Gymnasium is and is told the "Old Gym" is I in the northern part of the cityg also that there are two new high schools, S i East and Central. l El 2 j 1 I 2 . As he approaches the Gymnasium a Limousine draws up to the curb and f Q a well dressed woman of about forty steps out. He recognizes his old class- - mate, Ruth Blair. Her features have not changed but this is not the slen- E l der girl once called "Slats,,' but a rather fleshy middle aged woman. E' li Ruth goes forward and inquires of Oscar if this is the Arriba Gymnasium, 5 E l He seeing she does not recognize him, tells her who he is. As they ap- 5 l proach the Gymnasium a small grey haired man is seen hurrying out of the front door with a book under his arm. He is heard murmuring to him- ' 2 9 2 l self, "Late as of old." They recognize Supt. Gammill and greet him. The E E U' o o W' r CD ,.. U2 O sn '1 "S 14 ,.. as rm 'cs "1 o 4 FD U1 L'f' o cr YD Cf :r CD i-4 E LO O5 sw s :f Q sn F CD O o 5 rs so "1 FD U1 FT' :r CD 'cf .... O I l1UllllIUfl llI ml... H tures of twenty five years ago with the original and is much surprised at , the changes. I E A few moments later Paul appears and it looks as if he had not prosper- g if i ed during the last few years, for his clothes are ragged and he has driven F up in a rattly old Ford. He walks toward the others somewhat embarrass- g ,. l ed and greets them in his customary cheerful way. At this time the street l car stops and Leona steps out, glances about inquiringly for several min- I f l autes. She has not changed much except for the fact that she is somewhat g 5 1 Q lf i taller. i L i e f Soon they begin talking and before long all are laughing over reminis- - f .eenses of school life in old A. H. S. and the later experiences of each out in E the "big cold world". Oscar is a lieutenant in the Aviation Corps of the .United States and Ruth has just gained. fam.e as an. Opera singer. Mr. ' Z -Gammill is the president of the First National Bank in New York City. S It develops that P'aul is not a hobo as they at first suspected-, but mana- 5 ger of the- ,Colorado Oil and Refining Co. Leona teaches zoology in the , l Boulder University. Little had they dreamed Fortune would mete out if l such changes: the girls from Printers' Devils to Opera Singer and. School. E l, Teacher, One of the boys from a farmer to an aviator, the other from a. if l barber to the manager of a large oil company and it was wholly beyo-nd. 1 i their conception of Mr. Gammill - giving, up teaching to. become the presi- dent of a bank in New York. typ. . , . . -..-,-- nn . ,.,.,,,.,.,.-.,... .... - .... ,ilu -,- ..,.., ...... f.. L. -,, ..... , .... , -,.,.,. ....... .... - -:,,. - . .- .. - -..,.. ,V M MQ ,,3.Hmm?.m,,....,..,,,..,,... .... ., MA... .... . .. , ..... ....... , .... U-, ....... Y ..-.. - .-.- .- -------.- mf- 5--W-W--W W-W-17-533,33,33-5-e1wmi,,NE i 'I CI ASS 'WILL We the Senior Class of Arriba High being in good bodily health and of sound and disposing mind and memory calling to mind the fraility and uncertainty of High School life and being desirous of settling our wwrldly i affairs, do make and publish this, our last will and testamentby us, hither- 5. : i .. E5 . . . , I 5 to made. ' ' 1 ,g , I 53 And as to our worldly estate, and all the property, real, personal or mixed and all our faculties, that we ever possessed, we devise, bequeath, and , ml UllllllllllllL'llM.lQilllifJ!l!UUliltwllllllilllifil!lI!'llII1.TT11:.'iL l'7l.,1l!...f1:..fxlllihl my ..i.ii3giin..ii i. wrauiiig ii .miami .mx i "" -. :, , I if , . . .lg , i -Y gg. . . i--- ummm? ,-1l:-u-V--,E:....-.:.---...-,-...-.-----.-- -..-,.,..-.-.-----..-...---..--.....-.----i.I.T.-.g:Qi.d A Ex S -- f f ff - ff eff! fWM.m ' ' 1 'Q ' 'IJ 1 I . - I .1 ' i i ' ' L 2 i . . . . . . gi E , 1 1 1 In l- E l I , I , E i . El - , .... . . - . . i g : c , L , F E , . 1 . . , , . . fi - . , I E, -1 KE -S - ET dispose thereof in the manner following, to-wit: E I. To the teachers we will the obedience, love, and make-up work ' that we have failed to give them in the past four years. I Il. To the Juniors, we give the right to display a Senior banner, and I: E bequeath the dignity necessary to be a "Grand Old Senior? Q , 5 III. To the Sophomores, we will the respect that the Juniors should have shown us this year. IV. To Mr. Nichols, we solemly will the right to get married, and to b g live happily, forever and for aye. P 7 V. To Miss McCallum, we give an encyclopedia of memory gems, to f 7 be assigned in volumes to the unsuspecting un der-classmen. E VI. To Miss Twist, we leave the right to chant hymns in Latin, and i fi i. .4 to coach a girl's championship basket-ball team. I , VII. To our beloved sponsor, Mr. Gammill, we devise and bequeath E. f the right to keep everyone working, especially loafers in commercial room I VIII. To Cecil, Leona leaves her position as President of the student S 5 body with the hope that he is more successful in filling said office. E' HE IX. To Lawrence, Oscar leaves his rnusicial abilities and studious 5. habits. l X. To Ray Ballard, Paul leaves his track ability. We think no re- g cords will be broken. 1 XI. To Kenneth we devise the right to practice hurdling in the east . i end of town. We think he will do it anyhow. A le' fi gl :J E. 'i -I 'U XII. To Flora, Margaret, and Mable, we bequeath the responsibilities incident upon being "bright Seniors". XIII. To Florence, Ruth leaves her graceful slenderness. . XIV. To Evelyn and Gladys, we give the right to take their spring I walk to Flagler, but hope next time it will be on i'Sneak Day". 3 i f XV. To Ray Dexter, we solemnly leave the ambition to graduate I from A. H. S. l XVI To Max, Paul leaves his ability to get to class on time. We l think the former needs to cultivate punctuality. . il f i XVII. To Agnes, we leave the right to type the "Arriban', which we l know she can do. I , , r . I . I ' 3 l AXVIII. To Leonard, Denver, Dick, Carl and Ted we leave theright to be star athletesand win next year's basketball cup. i 'V . ,W ll XIX. To all we leave the right to study harder than this year. We i V-d9:1't think any harm will be done. ,L I , . Lastly, we do nominate and appoint the faculty and next year Sen- iors to be the executors of this, our last will and testament. 1 - 'In testimony, whereof we, the said Seniors have to this our last will and i E testament subscribed our name, this 21st day of May, 1926. - CLASS OF '26 , Y Y V f Y A-5 'f ' ' ' ' 1 , ,LLLL 1. ,xffw M iii? A . 1: A:.i.E.:.' 'MPT-nr '.--'-,....-..f...2--..-.-----..--...-.-.I.....---..2-......'.f.-i4ii5-.:f.-i-......'...-..xf.-.-.i.: ...-i----..........:.--...JnQi21 il al 1 5 1 l 1 1 5 s 3 l i 4 l H ei i Qunumilul.1i111l1':z ,. 1 mil, ul 11l,.'1,1...w.: .,., ,, 1 .,.. .,:3a..1 1' H1i"" I l " W" " E.,--..'--,f.........-.. -.l....-.i.i::....... .....,.- -1-, pu-- balm 5 i E or l Q E 1 . l E 5 ll 7 -H E fl 4 l I. 1 Q 1 lil ll iii lt li i u E E, 3 l E 1. l Isl sl i: is fl l if .5 la Ili l ,. ,i is I 1 r., V 1 ill' M lig gi . CLASS SONG CTune: Farewell to Thee.5 Now our High school days are at an end, The parting hour is coming soon, And, We think while swift the moments pass, How delightful have been our High school days. Fare-well to thee, fare-well to thee, Our High school days are at an end, But We will hope for brighter days to come, When friend shall meet with friend. We have seen together now the time When the way seemed very, very long But the joys that have been yours and mine, Made the journey as pleasant as a song. CLASS POEM You don't regret the labor, When all your Work is through, You can't recall a single care 'That troubled and fretted you. When the ship is at the anchor, And you step upon the shore, You feel bigger, far and better Than you ever did before. When youive realized your ambitions, Whether great or small they are, Every step you take advancing Puts you farther 'cross the bar. Then you're glad you've seen it through And your pride swells from within, You are better trained to do Than without trials you would have been. When your High School days are over And in other fields you roam: Then you have a dreadful feeling Since you've left your own school home. But you find that evey rule, Was needed and not out of place, For the things you learn in Hi School Will help you win the race. - 559. iff A , 1 1 l Ie: T2 il la l i? li i 5 1 'E ii .1 sl i gi E Q I S .lg y 5. gif .I . rl HE lp l., ill EH le ll? lll E Egl .13 lj il ,lf JEVQJ CLOSING YVEEIQ Friday Junior- Senior Banque Sunday Baccalaureate Sermon Monday Senior Dinner Tuesday School Party Wednesday Class Day t PROGRAM Piano Solo Sweet Forget-me-nots Ruth Blair Vocal Solo Friend O'Mine Oscar Smith Reading Betty at the Baseball game Leona Keckler Graduation Song Class Class History Ruth Blair Vocal Solo Forgotten Leona Keckler Class Poem Paul Peckham Class Song Farewell to Thee Class Class Will U Oscar Smith Solo Jim Paul Peckham Class Prophecy Leona Keckler Duet Break O'Day Ruth Blair, Leona Keckler There Ain't No Flies On Arriba High Class Saxaphone Solo Walter Kliewer Play "Not Quite Such a Goosen Class Thursday Eighth Grade Graduation Friday Commencement COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM Processional Invocation Music Cal Morning Cbj All the World is Asleep H. 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Pink Rosebuds MOTTO "Launched but Whither bound" Class Yell One a zipa, two a zipa, three a zipa zaml We're all here and We donlt give a --- Razzle dazzle, hobble gobble, Sis, boom, bah! Juniors, Juniors, Rah! Rah! Rah! Agnes Gourley Cecil Morgan Ditzler Dickerson Flora Fruhling Margaret Freel Max Hutchins Evelyn Smith Cl:-iss 'Roll Deliver Biby Flnrence Swallom Leonard Schrack Theodore Kolossa Gladys Elliston Mabel Peckham Kenneth Garnrnill Carl Morris .................-- - - .c.-.-......,.x-......,-,- -- ---.-.g--..e.I.r- - -,--..-- Y Y ---YY --- .......,... ..--.........-.. lMiEEdMEUH iMlE EUKlm5.:1.l.:fll.fL:z1ll1Iii1il'.JiJTIliLI A IliillliiLi H1IEAElL1llEiREH513'2"li?"'G?H'iEliii!iGmi.tHlmli1llhEEElHBHREmDH p Ages ffff ff -- ---- ---- ff----- ---- ----A-f--- --- -fff ffff ff----ff f- ---- - -Wee f 5 JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY In 1923, fourteen verdant, yet aspiring young Freshies entered Old A. H. S. to begin their high school career. From the beginning, we tooka prominent part in school affairs Almost all the class returned as loyal I Sophmores and there was added loyalty from other schools. Although some of our number left us we always kept the spirit of old. In social affairs we have taken an active pai t. We entertained the other High School classes at a May Day Party which excelled previous ef- forts as well as set a notable example. Refreshments were served in the lower hall on long tables beautifully decorated in blue and pink while a phonograph furnished our guests with music As a closing number for the evening we found the May Pole. Again on October 31, 1924 we entertained the High school at a Halloween party. In the early part of the evening we presented a short program suitable to the occasion consisting of twelve numbers. On November 20, 1925 we entertained the Seniors and High School Faculty at a Thanksgiving Party. The refreshments were the masn attraction of the evening and even the Seniors amused themselves with the favors. We enjoyed a dinner party at the home of Mrs. Freel in May 1925. Another such event was enjoyed at the home of Mrs. Gourley, iviay 2, 1926 with Mrs. Schrack as assistant hostess. After the sumptuous d.nner, clev- er and delightful, games were played, The Junior-Senior Banqet was given on the evening of May 14, by the Ladies Aid, at the home of Mrs, McCullugh. The room was beautifully decorated in the Senior's green and gold and this color scheme was used throughout the dinner. The carnival that was held in the gymnasium on October 1, 1925 add- ed greatly to the Athletic Fund. The Juniors with their punchboards made the largest contribution to the school. Our booth was decorated in the class colors, carmen and silver, and was made attractive by the large cupie dolls and the inviting boxes of candy. , "Safety First," the farce comedy given by the Juniors, May 13, was a great success. The musical numbers between acts were furnished by the Juniors. We appreciated the hearty applause of the crowd, this being the first time a Junior Class has ever put on a Class Play. Several basket ball stars for the first teams have been furnished by our class. Flora Fruhling as forward, Agnes Gourley running center, Mabel Peckham guard, and of the boys Denver Biby and Max Hutchins played center, Kenneth Gammill forward, Leonard Schrack, Dick Dickerson and Uecil Morgan guard. The inter-school competition was much stronger this year than ever before and some real work was required togain these places. The Juniors took a prominent part in the Literary work. We held lead- ing parts in the High School Operetfa which was put on March 26. Out of the thirteen entries from our school in the Interscholastic Literary Meet nine came from our class. From the e nine entries we won five first prizes one second and one third. We were also honored by having the oration of one of our number' Kenneth Gammill, chosen as one of the five best in the state. He was selected by the judges to compete in the finals at Boulder. Due to the fact that so many Basket Ball stars were furnished by the Juniors the coaches turned expectantly to our class for enthusiastic lead- ership in track. This was our first attempt at but nevertheless We showed our ability by bringing home several prizes. We have hope for a better track team in our Senior year. At the close of the year we still have fifteen members. We are just as lively as ever and will remain true to the purple and white. 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Viola Davis Vice President ..... Bernice Youngdahl l Sec. Sz Treas. .. ......... Ray Ballard Reporter .. Esther Hohlfeld jim Sponsor ........ Miss McCallum COLORS ...., Purple and Gold 1 FLOWER ............... Columbine MOTTO "Watch Us Climb' Q Class Yell D Purple and Gold, they never fade, 5 They lay all otners in the shade, 1' Always early and up to date Q l Senior Class of '28 ones Roll El Mary Palsa Bernice Youngdahl 'iii Esther Hohlfeld Lyall Beighle Katherine McFadden Ray Ballard 5 Viola Davis Clarence Reinemer E Lawrence Davis Ray Dexter il Kem-.---B ,NYY fllllllllIlllllllllllllllllliilllliillllzilllliiil1l..ill!:..ilall llllll....ll..,LJi1...L:1lllEllEllflliffillwllliiliiillililllliilfjil-Qii'l3ll:zQilinil' I A lllII:.ll'i-ilflv .ggilllf Ui vid' ...Vi I " 1. l l SOPTTO NTORE HISTORY Eight of the Freshmen Class of 1924 returned to Arriba High, with the determination to succeed as faithful and high-spirited Sophcmores. To this group were added two new members, Lyall Beighle and Ray Dexter. We are now at the half way mark with the loss of but one member, Ermal Spears. When the school heldits Annual Carnival the Sophomores gave a one- act play. As this only took three members of our class, we decided to have a popcorn booth as well. The play was entitled, "The Train ToMauro." The characters were as follows, Mrs. Buttermilk, Katherine McFadden, Johnny Buttermilk, Lawrence Davis, Mr. Bright, Ray Ballard. The a- mount cleared at the booth and play was about twenty dollars, which was an increase of eleven dollars over, the proceeds of our Freshman booth. On the twelfth of December the class had a party at the home of Kath- erine McFadden. All members were present and the evening was enjoyably spent in playing games. After refreshments were served, the Class joined in singing the High School song. At one of the pep meetings the Sophomores gave evidence of their dram- atic tendencies by putting on a stunt consisting of three acts which were entitled, "Hugo's Victory", "How our defence looks to Hugo" and "Arriba's Rooters". Our Class also took an active part in the Spanish Operetta. "The Tore- adors of Spain". In this production the Sophcnzcres were represented by Ray Ballard in the Boys' Chorus, Bernice Youngdahl in the Girls' Chorus and Esther Hohlfeld, Katherine McFadden, Mary Palsa and Viola Davis were dancing girls. The School Orchestra made its formal appearance at the Operetta. Three of our members, Lyall Beighle, Ray Ballard and Ray Dexter are in this Orchestra. They play respectively the banjo, violin and clarinet. Bernice Youngdahl, when a Freshman, played on the first team as guard Her experience and ability of this year' of Basket ball accounted for her playing the same position again thisyear. As all except two of the Soph- -omores come to High School distances varying from two to twenty-five miles, the Class has been hindered seriously in taking part in the athletics for this reason. Ray Ballard became yell leader in place of Mable and Paul Peckham when it was found necessary to select someone who was not on either team, and so Mr. Gammill turned naturally to our class for an announcer to serve at the Track Meet to take place May 1. Ray had proved a suc cessful yell leader and he became a full pledged official on the track grounds In the year 1925 we had two representatives in track at Burlington They were Bernice Youngdahl and Viola Davis. These same girls took part this year. Bernice won a blue ribbon and broke the Eastern Colorado shot record. This was the first .year we had any Contestants from our Class enter the Literary Meet. We started well for Ray Ballard won third on his violin solo and this gave one point towards the cup our school was awarded We hope that every one of our members will return next year and that we will prove ourloyalty to A. H. S. that the Junior Class of '27 may be one which teachers and students will delight to honor. ,........ 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Bruce Keckler Secy. and Treas.. . .. Wilbur Hamilton Reporter ....... . Naomi Blair Sponsor ..... . .. Miss Twist COLORS ...................... Silver and Blue FLOWER ......,........... Pink Carnation MOTTO "No Victory Without Labor" Naomi Blair Ugene Brown Dorothy Carldom Naomi Copley Ruth Copley Cyril Chubbuck Eva Hall Class Yell Ra -- Rah -- Re! Who are We? Freshmen! Freshmen! Yes - Sir - ee! Class R011 Wilbur Hamilton Ernest Heckman Mable Kalisch Bruce Keckler Bernard Klann Helen Klann Fronie Palsa Johanna Schroetlin A T.1iUTTl"7i"'TT ""' -uli..w- "T UEVVFVV " V "" mp h .........,.........,,,c-...-,- ....,,.,......,,,-,,,1,1,,,,,1,t, Im,,,,Z.lE-lmzm-t-,-i3n,,c-ggi-T,x:,: ,LKK-J.,-,1,,ID,,,, dj FRESHTWEK IIISTORY On the seventh of September, 1925, fifteen Freshmen seated themselves in Junior High assembly. There are now twelve of us but a more lively and energetic class cannot be found in A. H. S. We greatly appreciated the reception given us by the Seniors at the open- ing of school. We went with fear and awe and left wearing our green rib- bons as symbols of our friendly initiation, we are now fullfledged high school students. Our dramatic ability was proved by our play, "The Haunted Gate" presented Halloweien, This was given to a full house and much credit was accorded Miss Twist for directing it so well. The cast of characters was as follows: Marion Hunter -- Johanna Schroetlin Grace Hunter -- Naomi Copley, Marie Kingsley -- Naomi Blair Irene Dodge -- Helen Klann Ruth Morse -- Dorothy Carlbom Philip Dodge -- Bruce Keckler Donald Herrick -- Wilbur Hamilton Ralph Dodge -- Ernest Heckman Matilda Morse -- Ruth Copley Angelina Dodge -- Eva Hall The boys' horseshoe stand and the girls' javelin-throwing attracted a large number at the carnival and we felt that we were as capable to enter- tain as the upper classmen. The final record indicated that we were third from the highest in the total proceeds, the Juniors and Seniors excelling us. We were activein basket ball in this, our first year. Bruce Keckler played forward on the first teamg Ruth Copley and Naomi Blair were subs on the girls'te1m. A few of our number have gone out for track. During the meet Bruce got second in the mile run, and third in the halfmile making a total of four points coming from the Freshman class. Eva Hall was our representative on the Literary team, playing a piano solo. Al- though she did not place, the experience will pave the way for future victory. From the first we have taken considerable part in the activities of the school. Seven girls and three boys took part in the operetta put on March 26. Three girls assisted in the eighth grade play given near the close of the year. Cooperation in later activity proves the fellowship our class is always ready to extend to our fellow students in Junior High. An evening of fun was spent April 23 as our party which was held at the school house. Games were played and the latter part of the evening dainty refreshments were served and we departed, vowing to long remember the good time enjoyed. Our number has decreased from fifteen to twelve. Naomi Copley is now attending Seibert High School, having withdrawn shortly after Christmas. Johanna Schroetlin is in Sutton, Nebraska, she too, left shortly after Christmas. We have maintained commendable academic work throughout the year and our class average May lst was 83 4 per cent. The purple and white is our banner and we place ourselves under it at all times. Our class will stand its motto, "No Victory Without Labor." Us .l ,1lnLJ.LIfElmH TW ll' ll l. i...l1...1 .,... l ll W' ..... LJ " n .,.. ..... 1 .4...,... ' i Illilffiiflll lllllillllEDl1i1illIllIll5ll!l!lDTMliTlflllIfEI1llIilTlIlllJIl X YYYYV 1 i ik A. , EIGHTH GRADE Class Officers President ..V............... George Youngdahl Secy. and Treas. ..,................... Zelda Davis Rep. to Student Council ...... Russel Peckham Reporter ..........., ..... ..., R u ssel Peckham Sponsor ............ ........ M rs. Gammill COLORS ........... Green and White FLOWER .................... White Rose Buds MOTTO "Climb, though the way be rugged' ' Class 'Yell Pep! Pep! That's our Rep! Watch us come! Watch us step! You may try, but you can't come nigh To the Eighth Grade of Arriba Hi! Class Roll. Velma Clark Zelda Davis Kathleen Dickerson Stanley Gee Wilfred Gee Ernest Kalisch Russel Peckham Clinton Strohmeyar Leora Tuttle George Youngdahl SEVENTH GRADE Class Officers President ........................ Donald Kennedy Secretary and Treasurer .......... Albert Cannon Reporter ......,............... .... R ussell Peckham Sponsor ......... Mrs. Gammill COLORS ...... ..... .... B l ue and White FLOWER ..... ............... S weet Pea MOTTO "No Steps Backward" Aricharee! Arichareel Who are we? Who are we? Always nimble, Always spry Seventh Grade of Junior Hi! Harold Buck Albert Cannon Dewayne Clark Gladys Loveless Mary Engle Donald Herbert Donald Kennedy Walter Klann Carlyle Gunby Marie Nichols 1wLUE!UEIlI!1lKLT EEZIIIKLKIZTIEIXEE1T:I1L.1'T.H'u5lTi1T1IEM1E1TiTi.1iIIHGTAm1l1xY.1T3iil1lL '77 ' 17 '7"":1'm'1""TQ"'sIix1!' lm ' "' 'T ui1u.'Gmi:iii111 HH7J1i5iC.LM4Filniiilliiii11i1I:i:!1i!i-1L1.1IHTlI1 111 Ff p M, 1111111111111111 1111 -,.. .... ...... J - . 1111 -M111-11--A113111 1 , -. 1111 -- 1111111111 ..... E ' 1 E 1 E 1 1 : 5 1 1 - E 1 1 2 5 1 , , 1 5 E 1 1 E 1 1 Q 1 1 E 1 1 E 1 ' E EQ 1 1 1 5 1' 1 2 1 5 x 2 1 E 1 : : 5 11 g 5 : Q 1 E : 3 2 S 1: 1: 2 1 g E 3 E Q : E E E E E 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 3 3 1: E : 1 E E E E E 1: E E : : E E E E E1 s E 1 FIFTH AND SIXTH GRADES 3 5 a a 1 2 - :I E :1 :1 1 1, 1 Ie 1 1 1 1 - 1- .. I' E I lf I 1 1 1 1 1 , :. 1 :1 1 1 1 g 1 E 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 g 1 1 1 : 1 111: 1 I 1 1 1 I 11 1 5 . E 1 E1 MISS PAULINE WEISS. TEACHER 1 1 1 1 1 1 E 1 g E 1 S 2 1 1 S 1 E J Kyla -A-AL-AL-A-J-,,,,i1,, L-,-,.,u,,,-1,--4 ,,.,,1g,,,,, .,,,,.,...,.,,,,..,,.,..--.,o. ----,....,,. .1,-.,,-In:-11 ' .-f-:QQ 451 - .Q 1'lmllHiI1HU'l1!fHUYii15551111EE1fffZ2f5'1f1UI!lI1!"ff15l'111 "'f'm1fTIf11'1l1F7F11HNi1!1fWI1IH!TH1'5lIf7IiJ71!'dIfil ..1AlI1 u1i7Yi1l1I",. 'll uhm!!IliLEF11!!!!!2llIP?1!1T'MTM!11E1T41"!Yi1!1Mf!MDi!!lM1EE 5,111 Fm7Y"'f5!"57l'5l1'E'U51EE1."717.!'Wf32:L'-L,11112! 11.. LIQFAQ 1mgunnmnfnnuImmlxuumuzunummzmwmmrnmm,zmazu:zz::v:zu:ans'.-1 mrgmrmmsf' pw:1411:mw ' ww "" - "" zz- l,f:!.iVEE1l Ag:'f::.1La3u.g:,::mug:Imaam:W , ' '-1-In " " "M" ' 4 ' ' ' "' ' ' ' .f.-.c.:1 .. rag- N! :u .. . 11 , W: L. E W T' ' "l':""":"""'T" "7 ' 'E""'L"" ' 'l' T "1' '?' F "" """" 'l "2 f' ' ' ' g ' ',' ' - - 1' 5 l L Tl l E r El w ui JE w '21 J 4 .1 m If El HE I, H ,. K- J 5 E' il.. Truim AND FOURTH GRADES Sf fl 13 ,MI af ' V l ! I fi E 1 .1 ' N N :I I- W m U 1 LE: El ew ,gl , E! 'z fw Z I I. ,, ! E, 1 K: L V1 L1 . 1- f. 3: si . W MRS. PEARL MERCURE. TEACHER F t i A , , 3 E 5 F 4 1 I ., 4 . -3 4, ' E iW, .-arf.-- ninif.. -- ' .. .. - .. - ' ' ,zggiilg - L-2 .315 Ll. 3-555121 i LQc,5Qis 'il wifi?ff1:!:':f::m""f-1' """ "W" ' ' W """' ' "" ::1::,...': ":.gg..'z. 1: 1. "N " ' " 'liii ...,. lf W " ' ' ' ' '12 IIIITQE W i 1 - ni!EATu.mW '! UEEJE li.l-'W?WWmTHEE"W'7'T7'Q ..LI..A.m.4.l..J...."""""'r77'7' l A ElIlIlII1Iiu."'..4.'f777'73!7i3775'75553f,lEH5TE5 :EE li'2212Eifilillffil2ZII'lZYIE'2'.fZ'iIEfEJTI!5Jl2l'F .-.- - - - - - - -,- - - .-- - --,.. --, -YYYYY --.....--1.,.,,.. -- -, ..E....:.. ...-,,u..nuu.,.,.,..I.,.1..,,..-- -V.,,,,.,,,,,,.,f' 5 'f 'P' -SS ram 5' an 1 5 l 5 5 , 1 F 3 3 9 5? 3 I I I 1 I S 2 5 E I : E N 1 5 E E Q FIRST AND SECOND GRADES 5 : 1: E E : E I 1: : g : W . w D Q 1 w 1 I E I E 2 1 ' 5 5 E3 35 1 I, Q I w I E E 1 I , : S D E : I 5 I P E D 1 EI I : W ,. 2- 1 i E ? 4 I 5 ' I n 5 W I E D 5 E w i - 2 1 5 5 1 1 E 1 E S D - ' E 5: Miss EDNA TYLER. TEACHER E E 1 -1 E 2 D l Z S 1 Q1 fi P r..I..t.,.,.,...,.,.:.QI.3-1- - ...t.,,1...,,,-L::.1..-.,,,,,,,,,.1. - -.,...f..-.1.,-- -.,.. --f.,4-- ,flff-Y-.,..I-,ng QQ db 7fT'W!1""m'F"":'7f'711TlIY1fELCT 7W""u-gL:U" 4... .... ...g,.... ' 1.51 47: ..,, 'J,,l:. 'l ...,LL.. ...... E m!MUHWmmHIQ 1Ehl!IlIllIllHU.l!'EllIWll!!..4.lI 1 II!QL.iJIIllliI ' ' "HY Qliliifl'..Uf1EI'E,.NHEQQI., I A ,L .111 V li 112. I, ,. ..1,-I. ,... . I J 1' ' .hflliifii QSQIIILAZQ A -1 QH.....-.r-:.:.g.-:..-..-...--...i:-.:...-:3. ,--.1...:....:-.:.......... ---.. ixv-- ....L..,-....,:::,l'Ffn-.1 - w 2 w IQ 1 E 1 E J - w 1 I Q 1 E w 5 1 -I El ' Y ' Ili I 5 E ' ' I" 5 . , 1 I ii Q1 El EU E, EQ Ei F iff 2 N W , - :L - w N w Q , N E 1 P- si E 25. :F 15 it , gs. wi .1 E' 13 L M, Lx 'ef Fm wi li if an , I .,, il . N4 51 l l E JE if 5,31 W s. NE Q , E Q g9fJ:.-.-..- ?.-..- -..---:.,..,..-..-- ---.:4.:.....- ...:,5......t.L...a,?g1 All nmmvzm' 'H ' "" ' ' ' ' ' fits...wmm.mmammu11u1umuuw:ag5X ai 'il i li ii ci, -4 .I an i - I ei ei ,.l J -.N li? -ai at ii i I .1 5 .ii ,V ,u an ii 11 5 A ll ,fl gn. .4. ,E I' li ii -in In 1 in Lil 1 iu -1 l I .1 M,,,,,,A,,,,, 1 .....A ,, .. Q a . . DRAMATICS T The first offering of the year in this department was a Hallowe'en g play, "The Haunted Gate", presented by the Freshmen class under the direction of their sponsor. i , In November, the Fifth and Sixth grades gave a program including a G 5 short play, "Tommy's Thanksgiving Party", and an operetta, "Bobby Brewster's Rooster, as Well as a Columbine Dance in costume. At Christmas time the children of the first four grades invited the public fi to their presentation of "A Fairy Conspiracy". Readings and musical num- bers from the other grades and from the High School supplemented the H operetta, and the large crowd which responded to the invitation enjoyed Q. a full GVCDIHQ of entertainment The Basket Ball season necessitated a temporary lull in dramatic activ- , ities, but the orchestra, which was organized in January, practiced faith- fi fully and the High School Chorus periods were devoted to study of the music of "The Toreadersu, so that very soon after the lastleague game E: was played, the Operetta was ready for production. The cast numbered forty, and the evening of March 26 saw them all in costume of "Sunny Spain", ready to delight an appreciative audience with tuneful song and i, ' witty speech. The performance was given smoothly, and with a good dis- el play of talent, as well as evidence of painstaking work. Q Two Weeks later, the town orchestra, assisted by a few of the High Q School students, gave "Valentine Vinegar's Vaudevill Agency" as a bene- Q fit performance for the school. There was not a dull 'moment throughout the evening. The situations were ludicrous in the extreme, and the cast made the most of them, and furnished some good music as well. The Eighth Grade made its final bow to the public in "Patty Saves the it Day", a clever little play of school life, in which the young actors display- 71 i ed much talent. i' ' A precedent for succeeding classes was established by the Juniors when Ei! they chose a distinctive farce, "Safety First", as their class offering. It -l abounded in mirth provoking situations and rapid action, so that the EW interest of the audience was held from the first line to last. 3' CAST OF CHARACTERS i' Jack Montgomery A young husband Kenneth Gammill 33 i J err3MArsI1old ulrlsuccesgful Fixer garl Morris 11 Mr. c utt e ective etective enver Biby ' Elmer Flannel Awfully Shrinking Leonard Schrack ,, Abou Ben Mocha A Turk from Turkey Cecil Morgan iihi Mabel Montgomery Jack's Wife, Pity Her Florence Swallom ft' Virginia Bridger Her Young Sister Evelyn Smith ii Miis. Barrington A T ghergr lVianaaM d 1XFIlolr?gruh5ing Zu eika en er ur is ai a e ec am Mary Ann O'Finnerty An Irish Cook Lady Agnes Gourley It ' Though somewhat handicapped because their class numbered only five, W the Senior class presented, in their usual capable way, a one act comedy, "Not Quite Such a Goose" This is an interpretation of youth, on the Booth iii? Tarkington order and was easily a favorite among the dramatic events of the season. CAST Of CHARACTERS fiii Mrs. Bell A Happy Mother Ruth Blair A , Albert Bell Her Seventeen Year - old son Oscar Smith W Sylvia Bell Her daughter Leona Keckler CJ., Philip Flick Sy1via's sweetheart Paul Peckham wil Hazel Henderson Sylvia's friend Gladys Elliston 1 ygmw ,.,,,,,,, ,,,-,.uc-c, .... L, c. .L .,.. A--. ...... ...... H- u--------h--------------- , , gi ei E ei J ,I II '! I 'I SI I f I 'i In 5' I, E I. 51 gg I H I 3 .Ya Q-I i I 1 .1 1. 11 ii ul w w w I H I ' EUIM ! I E I E: EIIHZHL W' "TY ' Qilij.. "TSI ' L 'W' -uk 4 1-M - -- , :- ' 0 -w I- '-r--I , , fr-1 xr-'-1 3: 1 7 v-- r , . , , r 1 'n'f':f '::mTL 1 1 Il up 4-I - I T: j 1' T135 ' I '4' --.1-...-,--.I.,M,- IM ul.. m 4 I ,,,,g,,,,,,-mI I , ,, .,g,I,----- --- . I I .... --- .... L-I--,..,,.. nmifg I I 5 I 5 51 I I- 1 5 2 E Q . I M, . : i ' I l .II E I ml 12,5 HE ' E 112, Il? Mui . lfif : H ,yi ll I I WI I W. . 'I ' 3 rm Cd O 5 I FA UE , H CE Hai I Vg , I U2 ,, ,IVL3 l I 5, I .: 2: , Q w 0 D m F1 Nl' gl G G UE Ji 5. ju!! w Dj Q, cf, I- NIE U2 CD ,E ml ,i :E I , , " I II I I I WI xl - I I Ig lx: fuhg I ' pea 1 i I I XI I I fl I ,Ag-I I I L, I I F- I WI I 1: Q: wlij ' ff I 5 ' I I 1 ' : ir! ' If HQ VN- - N F 555- .-K-1--2-.-1---...L-.1L.4.- A gm -.-...-,.I..,..,,,L., A I ,... ..-U lu.. ,,,,.,,,...-,-r.--,, , , ,,,I-,I ..,,,, , rQ.:,z1.1 w.u:...IL.wI1uuuummnn1 n In 31 :rw an wzmmummfm1m mm I m1 "-I v vw . ummmmnm mmmm1mum mmm- ml - mx 1ummmm fiW WImzlmmuJirruif1rn21.riL1rnn,..u5..1ti: qi-1mw.'., mfr gv5r::uzgi:rrg' fx' ' " ' gig- nr L, I A I ,rr rr-YW r gli- WW- - 5,i.....,.i,-....1-.,.xf---s..,s.-s:.....Y....3.....-- ' .....-.. 4..-...i-..-.... ....n..--:.--:..-1i...i..-.--.- :S E5 Z1 N 4 P, r Ei fr 1 nl ll -1 i r ls .ll ji I til E: E 5 1 E F. 4 fi -Q 52 4-ll Qi in "I 'if iii ti El V95 ORCHESTRA Since the organization of the A. H. S. Orchestra in December, 192 considerable interest has been evidenced throughout the school in tl ' 1 1 playing of musical instruments. The orchestra enlivened the Pep meetir 2 during the Basket Ball season. It had become recognized as a valuab' asset to the school even before March 26, when the orchestra made i formal debut at the presentation of "The Toreadorsf' A At the time of organization there were only three who could read mu: readilyg five Who had played before, and the rst wexe beginners. Frc these We have the present orchestra:- Margaret Freel--violin. Florence Swallom-violin. Kenneth Gam1nill-- Violin. Ray Ballard--violin. Oscar Smith--flute. RaypDexter- clarinet. Leonard Schrack--cornet. Bruce Keckler-- cornet. D. L. Nichols--cornet. Lyall Beighle -banj o. Wilbur H amilton-saxophone. Mrs. Gammill-piano. G S fc --1 :. ?' Y 7" 7 n :. 1 5 J 1 A ,w EE!! Ex L1 E E is -1 k 5 1 J:i 5 Ii i I 1 w g?..,.,. .lL'Q-QlQQQg'LQ--f-Q'fQ'lfl'QQ "" A fa . 1 3 at Q 1 I 1 E I E1 : 2 E X I : 5 E I l E H I I 2 , E if E F i , E : ? 3 , 1 E - ,g a E, 5 E 5 A T I i ga E E5 .E 5 I L gi E 152 1 31 Y ll H T E if if QI Q """" l Wm Rum fdfli 1 BOX 79 BASKET BALL The season of 25 and 26 opened wlth more enthuslam than evel be fore Everybody was anxlous to start practlce and lt was hard to keep the boys out of the gymnaslum durlng the f1rst few weeks ot school How ever ln due tlme practlce began 1n earnest and although the basket seem ed to have shrunk a great deal from last year It became eas1er to h1t as the t1me went on The team played the Gam 3 clear through w1th all the f1ght they had and that wlth Mr Nlchols competent coaclnng won all but one of the games played on our court and beat the Eastern Colorado champ1ons two out of three games The Splflt of the boys wa shown 1n that they met the d1ff1cu1t1es that were presented dunng the year These were all met w1th determlnatmn and nearly all were conquered Yet had It not been tor Mr Nlchols pa tmence and hard work the team would never have kept th1S fl htlng ldea throughout the season In recognltlon of thelr work and effort the flrst elght on the strlng were awarded sweaters Just before th close of school Rcco1 cl of Pla5 els Posltlon F1LlClgZ'O2LlS F1 ee tlu ou s Keckler r Peckham F B1by Schrack Morgan Smlth Dlck son Gammlll HutCh1HS U L.l-l"llWW" N JD A .... .r,, F l ma in lg A 4 ' - V 5 ' . 5 1 - . ul . , , I . . . .g . . ' , lg L " lil!! T' 24 3 25 2 'HH F ' C, 53 . 15 if U , G 16 4 ' G 0 r to lg tp ' ' U 5 2 1 ' F 3 0 ' to 0 ll Hlir fs glf "" T"'Tf'T'TTi2'ii"" """ -""' 7"fii'ff ""' .j.n.g,l21xm1,1.,,'jgjiLtmmnmm1m1u11inxii1m1Wwl"' '11 'f I A l"'f'3l' ' if---1 -- 'Lf' --Q mst' "' "" f f .elm-L.----.,--..-,.L-....---.:-,..:..,:.m---..K.-- .-......- I.-- ..........--,., -. - in F2 J E Ei 2'n ,I l 15 K1 E. Ei ei E ' A eel i :ji gl ll il al EL fl E ll J: -I ,rg li 3 I lil H! fi .1 l 'il ll lie 7- ----'f -' Y ff 7' 'H W .:-1-......"f.1..,.' ,Q ,,w,,.,..,,.,--.-.- f.-.,--...-...----,--,,-----,.-.--.-..---..-......-.- ,-.-- TITQIf2.:f. ,, , 7g .:1x Manual Training has been a popular subject in our school curriculum this year and the boys have made some interesting and valuable pieces oi' furniture. Mechanical Drawing helps laythe foundation for the tool work Toys, new furniture, repairing of old furniture and the making of hurdles for the Track Meet have been the main projects of the year. - Shop work of this kind gives the boy a chance to apply much of what he has learned in mazhematics and requires a very careful reading of di- rections for his work. It gives a degree of manual skill that will be of great value to all boys in later life, no matter what their occupation may be. The training it affords the hand and eye results in a better mental development. It interests boys in their school Work, particularly at the age when they are most restless and anxious to quit school. A trained mind and a skilled hand are a valuable combination. Either without the other is not worth nearly half as much as both. -- fa A .,.. ' ,g I 'e ' .vu 1 w i f l' l .- q il b ' .,... M ar" " Q , , af 1f'j:LQQ,,gQ,lf V D 2 ff - if l 9 'fp J J di.: "7" ' nfl? A F e l r: li E? QE ig it il :E lg lg l it li it gi ge lt, E ee il E E F il Q P J..EllllllI Jimiliiiiilmiliitililmilll Emmznjxim F-. fi' 'f1"'1r:i 'l1"r"H""1'. "' in ' 1 " 1 H A ll if-. im.: 121iT'1...i1'i' is .fjfmf .,,., , 11. . ' " L 3 IL ...1.......s........-,:.-.---- -I..1.,, ---........-- -,1,--.. . - - - x 4 . .. Z .. 1-1-1 - L - 4 - -ii,..,i:i 4..- - - ..i..-.-.Y 1 7" 'Y' "' -'Y Y '-W 1 LITEVRBLRY IWIQET "The Inside of the Cup" There is a story of persistent effort and splendid achievement, on the part of A. H. S. students, which the cup recently Won by them might dis- close to friends and patrons of our school. Everyone of our entrants was prepared to do his best in the Literary Meet scheduled to take place at Ar- riba, Friday, April 30. The first victory came in Spelling when Evelyn Smith headed our lucky column with five points. "Sun Set Glow," Kenneth Gammill s short story, added five and we were just one point ahead of our nearest competitor. Our returns in music were most gratifying. Florence Swallom had not been successful in placing last year but on the night of this Literary Meet, Dr Chace, head of music at the University of Colorado and the judge of mus- ical numbers, awarded her one of those coveted blue ribbons, for her ren- dition of " In the Garden of My Heart" We were glad Kenneth had con- sented to try our in "Warbling" for his vocal solo "Rose of my Heartu, added another three points to our growing total. Ray Ballard won third place in violin. He played "Call of the Spring." Little did Leonard think he would be eliminated the first year, but we can never count upon his cor- net to win points again for A. H. S. In Interscholastic he carried off blue ribbon honors this time, with "Melody in F" We were fortunate in oration Kenneth Gammill s was Ameiican Leadership and this was handled so wellthat his oratio 1 won first place here and was selected as one of the five best in tne state A led ribbon 1 1 girls oration brought Aruba three more point To 1 eonft Keckler we are indebited for these Her subject was Ameiican Id als Flora Fruhling s third in declamatlon came in spite of keen comoetltio 1 She gave The Perfect Tribute It will be remembei ed that she Woq first in oration last year and Leona first in declamation They were tins di qualified for par ticipation in th sam events thi year Oscar tried fo declamatory hofi ors for the iir t tim this sp ing His enterpretation of The Boy Orator of Zepata City brouvnt him a White ribbon We only regret that he and Leona v. ll not be with u next year Three of our number, Agnes Gourley Muuaret Freel and Eva Hall, did not place this time but we believe the exoerien e will prove a basis for future V ctories This is about all of the story except that a trophy case has been made by the boys in ri nual training A certain cup bearing the inscription E C I L Literary V126 Won by Arriba High School is to remain with us as a peimanent possession It willwant a companion or two in 1926 Z7 for cups like people should not be alone The standing of the schools in th lit a cox w Arriba Flagler Burlington Simla Seibert Hugo Cheyenne Wells The Arriba Winners in the conte t were Evelyn Smith Kenneth Gammill Leonard Schrack Florence Swallom Kenneth Gamrnill Leona Keckler Kenneth Gammill Oscai Smith Ray Ballard Flora Fruhling Spelling Short Story Cornet Voc 'il Oration Oration Vocal Declamation Violin Declamation First First First First First Second Second Thn d Third Third Ull- 1 n r MII - - 1 u 1 7 . ,,, . 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A, ' ' ' ' .. . .l.... ' ' ' . . .... :.,.I . -... I-.1-.-HA.-. . .V V.-W-Y IHIUEH1 'Luv -'VFWWWH WH' "Y l A E3EI .m.m! 5 ' """"" ----- ""ff -- -PECKHAM. FRUHLING, KECKLER, COACH TWI ELLISTO LA PLE OURLEY GAME S Date Opponent - S0016 A111191 Seole Dec. Limon Jan. Boymb Jan Sinda .Jan. Lhnon Jan Boyero Jan. Flagler Feb Ilugo Feb. Simla Feb Lhnon Feb Iiugo 1925 1926 18 2 17 24 8 38 10 14 24 Yearly Rec O1 cl Yr. Gzunes XVOI1 Lost Opponent S6010 Aulbu 15 4 11 367 176 3 189 211 10 7 , TWl'1':.,:1..1::'.....11. .... ..:5..e.. ' ll.1, li. 1 J ,... im 1 -4'--- i.niiE':iJ-i.:1-...,.. ...., -11 ,....,,,. Jill. T 4 A V 7" "," -ir: Y! if I 5 l I l l l l i i i I I i E 1 1 l l l E nr1..,..,.......,...,-,,------1--..L--.-----------,..--...-....... ----.--"-----"""e' """'c"""' THE TRACK MEET The schools of Eastern Colorado met at Arriba on May 1, 1926 for the annual track meet. Simla, with a total of 33 points, was firstin the boy's division, and Burlington was second with 28 points. Kit Carson was the victor in the girls' division with 27 points and Cheyenne Wells second with 20 points. The meet was hotly contested throughout and with everything over but the relay, Simla and Burlington were tied for first place. Everything de- pended upon this race and Simla won the relay, which gave them the meet. The record in shot put was broken, Upton of Burlington making a new mark of 41 feet, 4 inches. Renfro of Simla was high point man with 161 points to his credit. In the girls' division, Musgrave was high point girl with a total of 201 points. Murphy ran her a close second with 20 points. Arriba was not a leader in points scored, but everyone of our boys and girls learned some things that will be of great value for another year. Bruce made a good showing in the mile and half mile, winning second and third in these events. Denver took a second in the low hurdles and tied for third in the pole vault. Dick was able to gather in a third in the discus. Bernice Won the shot put in the girls, division and in another year will be endangering the present record. Many of our entries that did not place fdeserve a great deal of credit for their hard work. With all of them back a- gain next year and with this year's experience, they will be able to give a ggood account of themselves against all other teams. Track Contest Results BOYS Simla 33 Burlington 28 Hugo 20 Flagler 17 5 Kit Carson 13 Siebert 9 Arriba 85 Cheyenne Wells 5- Bovina 1 GIRLS Kit Carson 27 Cheyenne Wells 20 Hugo 10 Arriba 5 Flagler l HIGH POINT BOYS Renfro: Simla 16i Owens: Hugo 13 Malbaff: Flagler 013- GIRLS Musgrave: Kit Carson 201- Murphy: Cheyenne Wells 20 9K 5219 l 5 l is ami' I H! gl gi 1 A 1 i E ii 1.3 I1 LE l f ,ig 55 Til' ul' ull lar Q wi ifgn ii-1 ig: I ffl! ,.!:l 'ln ,.i l 1 I i 5:1 ,ll vu ,lu ,Il li ' n SDE? QQ "1,?1i:l1.,:11.i.. :L L.. 4 N , Ll. .,.. , I 1 : 1 I- .1 :mi-1-11 ff-1.35-7 4 5 Z ,M . ZW: 4 EASTERN OOLORADO TRACK REOO Event 50 yd. 100 yd. 50 yd. 220 yd. 440 yd. 880 yd. Mile 220 hurdles 120 hurdles Broad Jump High Jump Pole Vault Shot Put Javelin Discus 880 Relay Time 5-2 10-2 Cgirlsj 23-2 51-4 2-15 5-7 27-1 17-1 20-5 5-7 10-6 41-4 147-8 112-5 1-42 Name L. Moreland Howell Gray Songer Ambrosier L. Moreland Giles Thierfelder Harland H. Barnhill Upton White Giles School Simla Simla Simla Burlington Simla Arapahoe Simla Hugo Simla Kit Carson Simla Burlington Kit Carson Hugo Simla RD S Year 1918 1922 1924 1923 1923 1925 1918 1924 1924 1922 1922 1926 1925 1924 1924 . .. .. - ..',Q.2 Ki- k- kim-, 'ffl.ns1111"ifi'rf':imir1mmv ':.,'n1.:1' '-'mir "" 'iw 1 " " ii' Ei 31 ,. 'i Lil 'i 2, fil if QI ,Qi gi i l ,il F it all il I ,I I ii E F F .. El M l 5 ll in ia' .el EL l w L 1 I.. w ,. -11 1 :ig Ei! 'ill E: El l i x n QV- 3 -I v uhtiriifiivi ' ':'l"' ' f 1.2- g,'g:Q:'g, :.g':iLl A 1:54. ..M.. i:,-..'5 ..1. g - WH ERE wi LL ic i? f i if .wi X OU BE ?i'f 4i ALUMNI Alma Magill '16. Teaching in Limon, Colorado. Rose Hall Herman '16. Living on Farm near Arriba Jessie Lucore Switzer '17. In Modesto, California. Ruth Kirkpatrick Kniess '17 . In Greely, Colo. Gladys Spealman Johnson '18. Teaching near Arriba Esther Reinemer Berg '18. Living on farm near Arriba Agnes Mortensen '19. At home in Colorado Springs. Ava Hamilton '19, Ass't in father's store in Arriba. Meta Flindt 'l9. Ass't Cashier Lincoln State Bank Arriba Mildred Kirkpatrick Harmon '19. In Greeley, Colorado. Mary Walters '19. Ass't in Modern Hotel, Genoa, Colorado. 1920 None. Luella Detrick '21. Teaching north of Arriba Wilma Gourley '21, Ass't in Treece Store, Arriba. Laura Behrends Rudy '22. Living in Arriba. Keith Hutchins '22, In Hutchins' Pharmacy, Arriba Kenneth Davis '22, In Denver, Colo. Mary Detrick '23. Teaching near Genoa, Colo. Ellamae Roberts '23. Teaching south of Arriba. Esther Youngdahl '23. At home near Arriba. Clifford Youngdahl '24, Teaching near Matheson, Colo. Wilma Keckler '24. Nurse St. Anthony's hospital, Denver, Colo. Myra Culler '24. At C. U. Boulder, Colo. Gale Kelly '24 At home on farm near Arriba. Helen Freel '25 At C. U. Boulder, Colo. Gordon Kennedy '25 At C. U. Boulder, Colo. Earl Swallom '25 At home on farm near Arriba. Marie Culler '25 At C. T. C. Greeley, Colo. Leonard Bernard '25 At home on farm near Arriba. Neil Hutchins '25 In Drug Store Arriba. l I l I I F I 3 H I I I F E 1 I I ! in I I F A I Lu l I I ll I I I I i '4 I H I E 'Q I I l R I 1 ,M ill . ,I li .l E 5 I E lil ll I i ,I ! il il l 5 I B was QED. Lil GIH11lI1II1IIllJ1ll1l1I!l!T!i1!Il1l11f!IIIHLlHin.j..I,.ffll Y... jQ3lwg.1,L. MXL, L -gl I A X -,L ' ..fzz..e: ,.., A, F ' Z I: ' E I: 5 , , f 1 X , gf - 2 'E E5 E7 I E E F 5 ig 1 E s Ea gg 2 Ei W: L. l 3 l E .Z l q E L wi ' I , 1 5 E yg gk QI 4 rE Wagga-f, . l---,-, , -,,,t,,,,:,1,,,, ,.-Inv rf' ,- - . ..... 9 -14 Q . A 1 V 1 1. BUSI . 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W Y- -7- Q I E 1:1 4 5:1 51 5 CALENDAR 1925 1211 I SEPTEMBER 1 7 School opened. 165 enrolled. Q I7 Annual Senior - Freshman reception. Some reception for Freshies. g 25 Danish String Quartet entertains. g OCTOBER t 1 All school carnival 28 5th and 6th Grade program and box supper. 3 NOVEMBER 5th, 6th Kr 7th Teachers attend conference in Denver. 19 First edition of "Arriban" everyone interested. E 20 Junior Party Grade programilst-4thD 20 Arriban Staff elected. 3 DECEMBER lg 6 Arriba vs Bovina B. B. game. 11 Arriba vs Limon. Girlslost. 2 12 Sophomores have a party at the home of Katherine McFadden. iii 16 Alumni B. B. game with high school. Score 10-55. 22 All school party in Auditorium. V 23 Christmas program. E 24 Holidays begin. I I JANUARY 11 4 School reopens after holidays. Won first girls' B. B. game with Boyero 13 jgi Simla vs Arriba. Won both. 15 Arriba lost both games with Limon on their floor. 22 Girls Won second game with Boyero. Boys Won from Bovina. 1 20 Q 1 Flagler vs Arriba. Won both games. 11 FEBRUARY E 3 - 4 C. L. Ossen took pictures for Annual. 5 Hugo - Arriba game. Sad --lost both. . 1 12 Simla vs Arriba. Girls won. 19 Limon - Arriba. Both games ours. E ,1 Ie 19 Flagler Boosters. 26 Hugo-Arriba. Lost again. Last game of season. 2 Simla vs Limon. Played off tie. Limon were Winners. 1 5th 8x 6th Basket Ball Tournament. 12 Bear Cat party. 16 C. L. Ossen showed pictures of "Scenery of Colorado" E 19 Arriba High represented at State B. B. Tournament at Ft. Collins I 25 C. L. Ossen took Operetta pictures. 26 High School operetta gl APRIL 9 "Valentine Vinegar's Vaudeville Agency" by Town Talent El 13 Senior announcements arrive. All Well pleased. l 1.3 Teachers go to Denver to hear Paderewski. . 26 Interclass Track Meet. Bulldogs 70. Wildcats 60 26 Freshman Party. 28 Literary rehearsal. 3 30 interscholastic Literary Meet. Permanent cup awarded to A. H. S. MAY 2 In terschloastic Track Meet. Simla Won the cup. I 4 Juuior Banquet at Gourley home. I3 Junior Play "Safety First" .1 5' 14 Junior - Senior Banquet. 15 Baccalaureate Sermon. il 17 Senior Dinner at Keckler home. 19 Class night. 20 Eighth Grade Commencement. 21 Commencement. 22 Picnic li E ,JJ Y 1 1I1.L,. I I I I I I I I I 1 I l I I I I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 I I I I I I '1 I ll I I I I l 'I ll E lil E I l I 1l 1 I I I I 1 l ll N1 1 1E li ll ll ls li l L gh if-1m - -IFE I E: ! l :l l ' sg , ff ' u 1 zz I E liz' El I I ,gl 1 ' I 11 ,il li L, ra qi 55.1 ru Nw in :Mn ,zu gill ill in mul .I O O -gui A rang E ill l 5 il Pictures for this Annual were F2 taken by the ,J , g OSSEN PHOTO STUDIO E Colorado Springs, Colorado gl The Editorial Work by the Faculty and Students of the gg E Journalism Class, Arriba High School Printed by 5 The Arriba Record rf -' li l lil li ll l" li El Sl E: li El ll ill '5-Lllllgy... dfx: -- U ,l . -1. T-+ ur. ..-an.- x Wm. , ,L ,, , Q A 'N . '- V 1 4' A - - . .Y Y " ' 4 -1. , A Y . 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