Coldwater High School - Eagle Yearbook (Coldwater, KS)

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DegIee, K. S. T. C., Emporia GLADYS STOVER B S Degree K S A C Mahattan SOCIAL SCIENCE H A REPLOGLE B S Degree Ada Ohlo STUDY HALL COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC ESTHER THACKER B M Bethany College Llndsborg GERALD TRAVIS B S Degree K 5 T C Pittsburg SCIENCE PHYSICAL EDUCATION B W WRIGHT B S Degree K S A C Manhattan VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE MANUAL TRAINING Page 9 N . . ,w... , ' -1 1 . PUBLIC SCHOOL MUSIC J SIPPS IIN IHI1 PROGRILSS Oli THI1 CO1 DVI ATFR PUBLIC SCHOOLS The first step toxxaid the adxancement of education in the citx ot Cold xx ater was made in 1884 -X subscription school xxas organwed at this time vxith Miss Florence Chapman as teacher 'I he school building xx s then loc ated just south of the present site of the Peoples State Bank lhe folloxx ing xear a second subscription school was taught bx a 'Vhss Brovxn In September 188v bonds xxere issued to the amount of S2 500 and a buck building xx as elected immediatelv This building still stmds in the block south of the depot being used as a residence W H Hu7on xx as thc Inst principal of this building xxith one assistant His succcssors were Charles Lasteiling H V Pasterling andl I R dei creasing school population ind it becamc necessnx to erect another more ctiicient one 'I his xx as completed in 1889 lohn Curran xx as thc tirst prin cipal ot this new building and held that position until 1892 His successors were is follows W O Bennette 1892 93 George W Durham 1893 94 U G Sutton 1894 96 Jax T Botts 1896 99 john W Rodgers 18991900 Jax 'I Botts 1900 02 Effie Fisher 1902 03 O O Smith 1903 00 W M Seaman 1900 06 W L Dunbar 1906 11 Charles Turner 1911 13 W Svxanex 1913 10 I Franks 1915 18 Hauaid 1918 21 G O Robinson 1991 22 Stark 1927 Po Crossvxhlte 1920 97 'I he neecl for a better building was apparent at tlns time. I he old 1889 building was found to be unsafe for further use and was condemned. It had served its time well. It is only 'i memory now. A magnificent brick building xx 'is completed in the spring of 1926 H. E. Crossxxhite being the hrst superintendent of this new building and Mrs. Bertha Griffith principal both haxing serxed one year in the old building Mr. Crossxxhite held this position until the spring of 1927 having resigned to enter the Unixersity ot Kansas Laxx School his successor being D. S. Laux er of Fairvic xx Kansas. 'I hc lirst four grades 'ire being taught in thc two cottagcs just xxcst of thc main building. just east of the main building is our Vocational 'ind Man- ual Training building 'I his building w'is complcted 'i short timc before the present school building was erected. Prc sent indications point to the neces- sity of another building in which to house thc grades. I'his would 'illow thc prcscnt building to be used exclusixelx for high school purposes as it should be, and would care for the ever-increasing enrollment. Page ffl C CCCC C CCCCC v , . 9, T , s , . x , . . X I N - : L vf - 7 w u . - sl v . - 7 5 . I A ii . . K . 7 x .1 ' . . Q I . L si - -T , xx I I . '- ' , . Ls I k. X ,.' ' . S 1 rv. A ' K- y. '. f. ' ' ' '. , , ' - , , , 1 ., . , '.: .' .' , 'Ns ' ' v v' .ssl I U 'S 5. sxisss ks ' " , . 'f' ..'I. a 1 This building of 1885 was soon unable to accomniodate the rapidly in- .. , .' .s . ' . ' .. 1, - . 1 - y s - A .' s ' 'S 7. ks 1 V ' K. . K I' -2 .fs A ss ' , 2. : I I K ! . , ', Y . . , '7 7 ' . 7 il u , v-, rg ' 'N -1 s - I , f- . . , ' F, . . , I . .f Q y T -, V. J. -' R. L. ' , I-' M. ri if . , H. E. ' , -L I C vc y ' ' T 7 Y Y Y 7 V I - 7 L , 7 7 5 ' 7 A Y, L T A c K A K D YJ A C C K C l' T c .I 1 A V .l I ' K J , , , , Y cccccccccccccccccccc l0"1'7 CCCQCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CLASSES "..4ki'2X'l-026.333 t '44"l'A40ISY'l0.P4. L J M -1-1 31111 1'1" 1-1-nl ' -1' 'i-'Q sv-1 'Tl vii in-1 11,- i-1 11-1- iq-1 'iq' ix-g -1-L, X - ..... -L,- 1-11 'lui 1--41.1 -linu- -151.- -1-ab-4 nl-in L11-4 1:-4 -L-4-1 1111 Ili-v-4 ln.-n-an -atv- -x-ai' 191-1 .-44: -isi- ! ii.. -111 .li cli- 1- 1 141.1 11:-Il -1- - -1-1 ig. I-ln 171 --in iii iii - -1 4 . -1- xl.-Q 5 11- Q ii il- ii- 'ii' -ul .i-1 A-1-, .1--1 pit- -il L... 77 '1 ---. 3 -1-' ii-p Page I2 - J Ccccccccccc ccccccccccc ALWYN HALL President of Senior Class Football Track HELENE HOLMES Vice President of Senior Class Basketball Annual Staff Operetta Glee Club Girl Reserves Cabinet RICHARD PARSONS Secretary of Senior Class Treasurer ot Annual Staff TOM HOLCOM B Treasurer of Senior Class Football Annual Staff Basketball Operetta JOSEPHINE BIBB Girl Reserves RAY BURDITT Football BEULAH ELLIS Girl Reserves REGINA CARLETON Basketball Girl Reserves Cabinet C CK C LCLCCCC C CCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC Page 13 Ccccccccccc ccccccccgcc .. FRANKIE EMERSON ' Girl Reserves LUCILE FOREE Glee Club Girl Reserves RUTH FRAZIER Girl Reserves ROSA FREDERICK Annual Staff Quartet Operetta Glee Club Girl Reserves Cabinet RACHEL GREGG President of Girl Reserves Business Manager of Annual Glee Club Operetta VIVIAN JANSON Basketball Glee Club Operetta Quartet Girl Reserves ALICE MATHIAS Girl Reserves Basketball EDITH MCCAULEY Operetta Glee Club Girl Reserves Secretary Ccc ceccc reeccccccccc lnmcccceccccccccccccccc C cccccccccf ccccccccccc MAURICE MCINTYRE Basketball HERMAN MCINTYRE Edxtor nn Chuef of Annual HARMON MYERS Football Track ELIZABETH PEPPERD Annual Staff Glrl Reserves RUTH SHELLEY Gnrl Reserves Cabmet Operetta DOROTHY STEWART Operetta Glee Club Gnrl Reserves FRANCES TODD Gul Reserves ORLAND VERMILLION Track Football - F CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC Page 1 I CLASS HISTORY Ah our voyage is over we have brought our ship safely into the harbor of Life We have fought bravely the great battleship Faculty and although some of our mates were taken prisoners by the cruiser Flunk most of us have escaped to come out victors Four years ago forty six girls and boys boarded the ship Success to start on a voyage of work and pleasure As captam we chose Opal Daniel who piloted us safely through our first voyage We wasted no time in tackling our duties When the call came for foot ball men and students for other activities we answed the call as well as the other classes Our social activities of this voyage consisted of two or three parties and a picnic Suddenly and unexpected we heard a whistle' Time to get off the ship' We had reached the island Vacation Ah now we were happy it was time to rest Again we heard the whistle we must board another ship More hard ships were experienced we were Sophomores For our captam we elected Rachel Gregg who guided us through another successful voyage Looking over our list of voyagers we found that several had dropped out and we had rest in piece on the island Vacation Agam our class was represented in every sport developmg winning teams for the commg year if perhaps just for that winning team in life The High School operetta Once in a Blue Moon was well presented with several Sophomores taking part in it Hur rah another successful voyage had ended and again a happy bunch went ashore for a three months vacation 'I he sun rose one fine morning early in September and twenty mne scholars were ready to board the ship for another cruise Hurrah although we had dropped a few voyagers by the wayside several Jolly ones Joined us In the world of sports we shone as bright as the rest -our boys and our girls they had the pep' As IS customary we entertamed the Semors with a bountiful banquet that was successfully planned and carried out by some members of the class but with the help of all This same year we proved ourselves to be royal entertainers by presenting Rose of the Southland the Junior play and by some of the class also taking part in the High School operetta The Bells of Beau ,lolais . The sun was going down as we entered the harbor and we heard a voice say Come all ye faithful tis vacation . We knew the voice. Twas that of our faithful captain Frances Todd. Toot toot! What was that? Ah me is our vacation over? ls that not the whistle of the coming ship? All aboard! We are leaving port for our last voyage. Where are the others? We ve only twenty-five voyagers for our last joumey. Some of the old and faithful ones failed to reach the port but their places were taken by others who have proved themselves to be as worthy as the rest. We knew where to go---upper deck---we were Seniors. For pilot we chose Alwyn Hall. One of the boys of the class held the place of captain for both football and basketball and all our men fought bavely. This year we put on in a very creditable manner the Senior class play and also took part in the High School operetta. Farewell ye faithful old battleship' farewell ye captains who guided us faithfully over the stormy sea and farewell ye faithful cruiser Faculty ye shall never be forgotten. At the End but Yet Beginning. cccccccccccccccccccc lO'17 cccccccccccccccccccc cccoccccccc ccccccccccc only -thirty-six. Perhaps the others were too tired to join us again. May they Page I' CCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCC CLASS PROPHECY In 1932 I chanced to roam Away from Coldwater then my home And as I trayeled far and wide Many old schoolmates then I spted Josephtne' My goodness me' I hardly knew that lt was she A soda squirt ln Dockum Store She had become as ID days of yore In New Xork City I dld chance to see Beulah and she talked to mt Sht told me she her work had lessentd And now was glvlng, dant mp, lt ssons In Boston there I vlsxted school Where Hlzabeth taught the golden rule I neyer heard such a terrtble screeching As she was makmg tn pubhc speaklng In Chlcago much to my surprise I heard a volce among the crxes Twas Rose who was a fashlon model I used to thmk she d write a novel 'Iom she sald was a famous pharmactst And ow ned many stores over the contlnent Ile was a bachelor of great renown And had dectded to let the glrls alone Edlth I found m Hollywood Had reached the atm ot her grrlhood A moyle star happy and br15,ht She acts now morn noon and ntght Ruth Frazier an old friend of mme Is busy now most all the trme In Sltka she has a beauty shop She hardly has ttem to stop In Pans I dld chance to spy A slgn on a blllldlflg hangtng high Mclnty re Brothers the s15,n sud I ight haxr may be dyed red In a yxllage ln Vlrglnla old I rye Harmon and Ruth I hayt been told Un xgoit farm they haye done lhttr bt sl Io make llltll' hyes a grand utte s In IJEITOII MILIIIKHH one day I s iw Richard on my way No longer worked h for hxs hoard X methanlt was ht for Henry I md One dav when I was IU Omaha Vlvlan Janson there I saw Sald she I make a lot of dough I'or I smg over the radxo To Texas I declded to go fo see If anyone there Id spy And sure enough a snrprxse of my hfe Ifor Frankle was a cowboy s wlfe In Kansas Llty there I found I rancts the flappcr of the town A stenographer she had btcome And thought lt really was lots of fun Rachel who was the baby of our class Had a wonderful posmon now at last At Moon Brothers clrcus she abode As the shortest woman Ol the globe Ahce on a farm ln Buttermllk tarrtes For now you see she IS married Ralsmg chlckens IS her delight Prospertty IS surely IU her slght Helena a plamst now IS she Plays the plano from key to key In Rago now she makes her home And says no longer will she roam Orland Vermllhon you all know Is now a down IU Alwyn s show At New Orleans vytre they for a time 'I hey both agreed they were domg fine Dorothy my old cla smate kind Around the world she makes her tour And speaks to both the rlch and poor Ray I hardly knew that It as hew He eemed too tall and thm to me A mtnlster of the gospel true I hardly expected tt now dxd you Rtgtna the flower of our class Has a beautxtul tountry homt at last She may be seen my time of d ey Ilrlvmg, around m a Lhreyolet Ihe Gods of I ite haye had thctr say So let us now all go our way -Xnd should thus prophecy tomt true Adyltt dgdlll well setk antvy h ' v" I - ' . Apublio speaker, my how fine., cccccccocccccccccccc 1017 cccccccCCCCCCCCCCCCC Cccccccccec ccczececgcc p K. 1 JUNIOR CLASS CLASS OFFICERS President Charles E Allderdice Jr Vice President Elza Holmes Jr Secretary Grace Shelley Treasurer Josephine Korff Motto Never at the Top But Cllmblng Colors Pink and White Sponsors Eva Leland Esther Thacker B W Wright ACTIVITIES Sponsored the Emporia Men s Glee Club Junior class play Mail Order Brides Junior Senror banquet japanese Tea Garden Chapel program fake radio cccccccccccccccccccc 1017 cccccccccccccccccccc ' , u ' , u ' ! ! ' ! Y . H ' ' xv ' 1 Flower: Pink and White Carnation ' 9 ' ll ' ' 97 ' ' ' , KS . 17 - , , , . SOPHOMORES CLASS OFFICERS President Ruth Beeley Vice President Darlene Harding Secretary Treasurer Harry Wall Motto Deeds Not Dreams Colors Green and White Flower White Carnation Sponsors Gladys Stover Geneva Foltz ACTIVITIES The Sophomores have been very active in the social field. At the first of school they had a party which was held at the home of jay Pepperd. Later on the Sophomores initiated the Freshmen, as is always the custom. Then in return the Freshmen gave to the Sophomores a "Backward" party, that was held in the High School auditorium. Their chapel program was very interesting and it portrayed very promising talent for the future of the school. Although the Sophomores have proven to be a very successful and energetic class, they look forward to more infiuential activities for under classmen, and an entirely successful close when they leave the beloved halls of dear old C. H. S. ccccccccccc- ccccccccccc ., J F v Pag 19 - J ccccccccccc ccccccccc c FRESHMEN CLASS OFFICERS Presldent Vxrglnla Gllchrlst Vlce President Ellzabeth Allderdlce Secretary Edlth Nease Treasurer Frank Walker Motto If We Rest We Rust Colors Purple and Gold Flower Pansy Sponsors MelbaODonnell H A Replogle ACTIVITIES On the evemng of September 24 the Freshmen were mvlted to the Audl torxum for the annual lflltl3IlOl'l by the Sophomores The goat had been fed on t1n Cans bones of human skeletons barbed wlre and many other things to make hlm wlry but he also had to conslder forty green wlry Freshmen for one evenmg s work and was qulte tame when the time to go home arrlved The Freshmen have been very actlve ln chapel programs One of the best programs of the year was gwen by thls class On Frlday evemng November 19 the first class party was held at the home of Mr and Mrs A L Beeley January 29 the class d1v1ded into sectlons one party belng at the home of Dr F L Holcomb and the other at the home of B E Sweeney On February 19 another party was held at the home of S J Gllchrlst and on Aprxl 1 ln the Hlgh School audltorlum thus bemg an Aprll Fool Party for the Sophomores CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC l l 1 7 9 1 ,u x77 , 1 . , . . 1 1 -1 1 . , . . . 1 1 1 1 1 CCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCC HIGH SCHOOI SOINC XILLI LEADPRS RUSQELL OSBOLRIN Down the held of Red and Wh1te ROSA FREDERICK Plunglng tovs a1d the go 11 VIWAN JANSON F1ghtmg hard for V1Ct0TX ORI AND VhRMILLIO.q As the Cr'1Qh1ng eehoea 1011 Rah' Rah' Rah' Lo1d1'1ate1 haa alway won So now defend her name W1 11 r11se the scorn 1111111111611 1111111 Before we I6 through 11115 ge 1111e HIGH SCHOOL YEL1 S Team vs ork Coldwater Hghte Team 11 ork Coldwater fights F1ghts1 F1,qhtQ1 F112 Q1 C OI D W A T F R T11at Q the v1'1v to Qpe11 It Th1s 151116 11 '1V to ve11 1t COLDWATER1 Ikev Ikew Ikev Z1p Zap 7e1 Rock chalk Jax hawke1 VVhat do xou Qax CO1 DWATPR' Ra11 Ra11'Ra11 R1h R111 R'111 Ra11'Ra1 R1h Rah' R211 Rah' R211 Ri 11 A Promzsmg Yr!! 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' .Q ' -- , t 51 Page 23 K1 we had a hard fight Dlckerson who had never played football before in his career Joined us in this game and did some wonderful work at the guard position The game started off favorable for us In the first half Myers our fleet half back broke away to run forty yards for a touchdown We capped this off by kicking a field goal and apparently the game was clinched for us but in the last thirty seconds of play they completed a forward pass for a touchdown and we were beaten In the game here with Haviland our teamwork was poor tackling was poor and Haviland walked away with a 19 to 0 victory The coach noted in this game that some changes needed to be made and promised the team a general shake up Our next game was at Greensburg with a bunch who had avoirdupois enough to scare Red Grange but our line found that hitting them was like until time for the final whistle which found the score 0 to 0 Next we went to Medicine Lodge They received the ball and marched straight across the field for a touchdown Then on a fumble by our backfield they took the ball for another touchdown At the half the coach led the boys out behind the bleachers and gave them a lecture that will long be remem bered Twice after this we almost scored but the game ended favormg Medicine Lodge 13 to 0 In our next game Meade came saw and got conquered This was the only game in which the boys played up to form We got possession of the ball on the start and had lt throughout the most of the game Red was driv ing their line unmercifully and we crossed their goal and when the game ended the scoreboard said 30 to 3 in our favor The giant coach of Lewis brought down his giant players and proceeded to grmd our bones but they found us a hard bunch to grmd Most of the game was spent in a puntmg duel Holcomb doing some excellent booting Dutch broke up so many punts in this game that he left the field with an unbalanced head One of our punts was a fiuke and they grabbed it to run forjadtoluchgown which beat us by six points otherwise the game would have en e to We closed the season by losing our Annual Turkey Day game to Protec tion our old enemy One of the largest crowds ever to witness a football game on the McCay field turned out that day and the C. H. S. colors were flying in every direction. We received the ball and were making first in tens quite frequently until the ball was fumbled. From then till the half it was a see-saw game with neither side gaining much ground and the half ended with the score 0 to 0. When we re-entered the game it seemed that our boys had lost their pep. Protection took advantage of this and scored three touch- downs to beat us by the tune of 19 to 0. As far as the season s re ord is concerned our football team was not suc- cessful. As far as we know there is no one to blame. The boys were vxell coached and had the fight to win but it seemed that all the breaks of the game were against us. The game is a great character revealer and the inter- mingling of the boys on the field of battle draws them intoa friendship which is hard to break. Before long they will scatter into the different walks of life and when they chance to meet one another again in some future year they will say Do you remember when we played football together at C. H. S? It is then that they will remember this season as a success. ccccccccccc cccccccc ccc landing in a feather bed. We fought back and forth in the center of the field cccccccccccf 'ccccccccccc - J Pale 24 l BASKETBALL TEAM BOYS BASKETBALL In keeprng wtth the hne showtng made IH other events thts year Coach Travts turned out a good boys basketball team Although a large number of enthusrastlc men answered the call for practlse the Coach was hlndered by lack of expertenced men Holcomb and Mclntvre were the onlv letter men reporting for servlce Allen retained hrs reputatron for speed and accuracy and had 1 way of dodgmg about that made htm hard to guard Flowers used lus head on the court as well as he dtd ln football Iaylor proved hlmself to be a star at long dtstance shots Hts abrltty to make free polnts was also very good Holcomb was especlally good at gettrng the tlp offs from the op posmg centers Hts fast floor work and goal shootmg made htm one of the most conslstent players tn the league Dve was one of the developments of the season Hts consistent and clear headed playlng vton admlratton trom all McIntyre plax ed guard the entrre xear and pl 15 ed a good game Herd who also played guard drsplayed the L, H S hgh! Hts floor work was a feature of the game IH vshrch he played He wlll be back next ye tr laft Holcomb was a verv good player He IS small but very fast on hrs feet Shelton was another man who was good for sub Jumpmg center Although vue lose sex eral of our play ers we hope that Loldvtater wtll hare a much better team next year Our strongest contestants vs er e Greensburg and Bucklm When xx e played ,.g,:.,...,x . F - .2 wx' Y ,Q sae: wi I I 7 7 ', ,7 N v . , . ' ' ' , '. ' ' . . V 1 ' B. .s-. -7 . .f 7' .T ' l Y I' ' . " 'Z . 'H' ' T ' . G . ,. ' , . 5 . . ' V K 7 Y , .T N si! - Y l l I - V CCCZCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCL J Bucklin on our own court we show ed a hard iight It uw as a tie and they had to play the tie off three times Bucklin finally winning There was a great rejoicing in camp on the morning of March 31d when the boys went to Greensburg for a basket ball tournament Prospects looked very good How ever they were soon eliminated but showed some real play ing against a very strong team Plains EE: 2'-wr---""' 1 COLDWA I BR HIGH SCHOOL MIDGEI 5 When the basketb ill season opened and the boys reparted for practise we found a number of us were too small to make the first team so we got to gether and formed a team of our own and adopted the name L. H. S. Midgets. Our first game was with Coldwater Grades and it was also our first vic- tory. Donald Holcomb had the best eye for the basket throughout the season. Next we tangled with Protection Grades on our home court and although they were much larger than we were, we beat them, 13-11. Our next game was with Bucklin Seconds and it resulted in another victory for us. It was now our turn to goto Protection and give them a chance to avenge themselves on ther court. The game was the closest and the hardest fought game we played, for Protection was out to win. But they were too confident and when the final score was announced we stood 13 and Protection, 11. Then our coach picked a team from both the grades and the high school whom he believed could beat us, but we proved too much for them, and we closed the season standing one thousand per cent, winning five games and losing none. ccccccccccc cecccecece CCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCC TRACK TEAM Track was a compartlvely new sport at C H S thls year since 1n has been about four years slnce lt has been consldered as one of the major sports baseball havmg taken 1ts place Thls year there were about a dozen who came out regularly and several developed into very promlsmg materlal The team wlll enter the county meet at Protectlon on April 23 and should do well there Later on they wlll also enter the dlStl'lCt meet at Bucklxn Discus Alwyn Hall Shot Put Parks Flowers Hugh Jump Holmes Wllllams Whlte Javelm Hall Flowers Taylor Half Mlle Wllson Baker Dxckerson Mlle Wllson Dlckerson Broad Jump Hall Vermxlhon Wllson 50-yard Dash Vermxlllon, Myers, Bam 100 yard Dash Myers, Verm1ll1on,W1lson 220 yard Dash Myers, Bam Pa e 26 I , . . in , . . , . . --- 7 Q . tu . , , . M . , . m , . . , . CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC r Page 27 L 1 VOCATIONAL AGRICULTURE COLDWATER AGRICULTURE CLUB The object of this club IS to encourage and promote the interest and progressiveness of Agriculture among the students and commumty The club encourages live stock gram and poultry judging contests During the school year 1925 26 a live stock judging team stood fourth at the Wichita National Stock Show In the live stock judging contest at Hays the live stock judging team stood sixth The gram judging team was eighth Members of the team to the Wichita show were Carl Flowers Harmon Myers Cecil Wilson Ray Burditt ialternatel The judging team to Hays in the crop contest were Elza Holmes Jr Gilbert Dickerson Ray Burditt The club also helps in the selection and care of seed crops and encour- ages pruning and spraying of farm orchards. 'I he boys are carrying a class project of feeding baby beef. They have twenty calves divided into two lots with ten in each. One lot receives corn as the grain while the other receives milo maize. The calves are weighed monthly and individual weights are kept on each head. The boys are finan- cially responsible for the project as well as taking care ot the calves. They are very much interested in the outcome of this project. The club holds meetings semi-monthly. OFFICERS President Harmon Myers Vice President Carl Flowers Secretary Bennington Ross Treasurer Elza Holmes Jr. ccccccccccc ccccccccccc GIRLS BASKETBALL The girls were well represented in basketball this year Six letter girls the team a success Miss Leland soon put the girls through some hard prac tlse and in a short time was able to select the team Clarine Morton was chosen as captain of the team and is to be compll mented on the way she led her team and the manner in which she played jumping center She was always alert and got the tip off easily Helene Holmes guard was a consistent player always on her toes ready to take the pass and send it hurriedly back to her forwards. Bertha Scholle guard had the enthusiasm that made her a good guard. Her ability to block high passes was exceptional and her team work very good. Grace Shelley forward was especially good at free throws seldom missing a basket. Darlene Harding forward very alert and a yery good gc-al shooter. Regina Carlton running center was little but mighty. Her speed out-classed any of her opponents and she vias wide awake and after the ball at all times. Vivian Janson for- ward was noted for her splendid goal shooting. When Vivian started for the goal she vias sure to get her basket. Helen McCauley was a very good sub taking the place of running center and she made a very good one. She will be an asset to the team next year. The girls played five ganses and won one. These games were very close but somehow the opposing team always became fortunate at the close of the game and beat us by only a few points. Much credit is due the girls for their sportsmanship and team work throughout every game. Page 28 Ccccccccccc ccccccccccc were back for practiseuand more than twenty-five others came out to make Page 29 Cccccccccecf 'ccccccccccc FACULTY PLAY Left tMR glht M UG lflgigx Mr C ss l' t M s Cros hte Mr Wright Miss Leland M1 sTh cker r 2dRo M 0 R f 'I he faculty were eager to throw off thelr dlgnlty and dld so when thls WhlLh added much to the productlon I'he anclent costume worn by Mrs Grlffith probably was the most mdlvldual and dlstmctxve Mr Replogle Mlss Stover and Mlss Foltz were very clever ln thelr colored make up OLD FASHIONED MELODIES Haymakers Smgmg M195 Thacker at Plano Dlxle MISSCS Foltz and btover Comlng Ihrough the Rye Mass O Donnell and Mr Travls My BODDIC Mr and Mrs Crosswhlte Old Black Joe Mr Replogle Oh Who Is SylV1a7 Mrs Grlfhth Oh Dear What Can the Matter Be? Mlss Leland and Mr Wrlght Carry Me Back to Old Vlfglllla and Love s Old Sweet Song were sang by the entlre chorus at the close cccccccccccccccccccc 107.7 cccccccccccccccccccc I 0 i Y r. r' , .ro w.ie, r. swi , . ' , ' , 's a , r. ' avis, . issi ' onnell n W- iss St ver. Mr. eplogle, Miss Fol z program was glven. A dlllgent search was made for the costumes worn ' ' f V ' ' u D H 61 77 ss - - u ' , ' -1 1 ' y ' ' H ' v - Q K6 ' !7 , ' ' . an , u , . KK ' !! ' ll !1 ' ' ! Y ' ' if ' ' ' 11 ll Y !! Cccccccccccf cccccczccccc 1 THE C STAFF MEMBERS OF THE S1AFF Aebxstant Buslnees Manager Helene Holmeb Ildltfll IH Chief Herman Melntyle Assxstant Edltor 111 Lhl6f Rosa Iarederlek Advertlsmg Manager Iom Holcomb beuetaxy FII7 xheth Peppexd 'l IEIQUICI Ruh nd l 3lH0llN Faculty Advlsors C ladxs Stox er and Osa Lrosavxlntn CCC CLCCCCCLCCCCCCCCC am CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC Pane 30 CC 73 ' FZI, 'I' ' -Film? ,4 A A' "Lu: . 'ww I Business Manager, Rachel Gregg -f.kf 1 V 1. 14 1 , 1 .-' - 'A v , . , . S . , . -. W1 . y , .W . . ,,, y , W 1 Y 4.12 I '- , - - ' . . J -. . c. , r . . 2 j f I 3 ' .. ' ' 1 cccccccccccf cccccecccec A CJIRI S QUAR I ILT Leftt Rght V jasn au ee ede ckj p eK ff If you can see whether I m smgmg or not you ve sharper ey es than most The Glrls Quartet took an actlve part m the Greensburg Muslcal Fes t1val on Apr1l8 However they d1d not place but were given mentlon by the Judges Thelr number was well rendered and we were very proud of them They have also glven several numbers at ehapel CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC P is 2 e 3 1 Q 7 7 - - 4 . , A ' a fl., f We 0 i - ivian n o ,L ra D wall, Rosa Fr ri , ose hin or K6 7 ' ' ' v v , 1 - v 1 ,, . , . ' . . - ' 7 3 Page 32 Cccccccccccf ccccccccccc CLASS A GLEE CLUB Top Row Left to Rlght Korff Nease Frederxck Shelley Holmes Korff Mlss Thacker Gxlchrlst Flowers Foree Burdm Beeley Shelley Boshell GIRLS GLEE CLUB CLASS A Thls group IS composed of twenty gurls who have had one year s prevn ous trammg Thls club IS under the dlrectlon of Mlss Esther Thacker, our muslc supervlsor They took an actlve part ln the Greensburg Music Fes tlval on Aprll 8 CCCCCCCLCCLCCCCCCCCC 9 CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC K6 ?9 Second Row -Allderdice, Mary Lou Hall QAccompanistl, McCauley, Deewall, Janson, Stewart, Gregg. Kimple Y ll Y! . . . , . GLEE CLUBS Aboxe l'llst Row Sweeney Bam NVoocl Frederlck MCC1ulfy Young Parkcr Second Row Wlllls Fllls H7ldlHg HalllAcc0mp'mlstl 'XIlss'lhaLker Sweeney Cllne Burdltt Flowers Thlrd Row Sc ml e Cooper Ike ow IITSY Row Dxe Whlte MssTh1cker Hall H lvomb Beltler W llkfr llllld Row N615 llulnlzs GIRLS GLEE CLUB CLASS B Class B Glee Club ls composed of sexenteen glrls who have had no prevlous tralnlng It IS under the SUDC'I'XlSlOl1 of Mlss Ilsther Ihacker Thls Club shows some VPIX DI'0l11lS1ll,Q talent BOYS CLl:lL CLUB The Box s' Glee Club IS composed of elghteen bovs Although thev are few ln number they are stlong ln volce The club ls under the supervlslorl of Mlss Esther Thacker cccccccccccccccccccc l O17 cccccccccccccccccccc PM l a f . ' 'I' ' X 'l . . - l if '. v ' ' ' ' l I , . ' . l ' V . ' 1 I . l l' Q ' . S '- 1 - . I , , Al E V v . T -V: ff, -'. 1 1' , ,H , ' ,'1' Sl-ulllcl Rllw l-Illis, SDllllT1!lI1. Flluwe-'s, Tzuylnr, Nlrhnls Rlns5,C:1rlv.-lull, Hain ! ' ll YY Sk Y? ' ' - i . . . . - - . . ,. . v A , . 4. Y , C . 1 . 1 , I . . 3 N .1 . . , . Page 34 Ccccccccccc ccccccccccc ' 1 GIRL RESERVES l l l OF FICFRS Presldent Rachel Gregg VICE Presldent Ruth Shelley Secretary Edlth McCauley Treasurer Regina Carleton Membershxp Chalrman Viola Flowers Program Chairman Helene Holmes Servlce Chalrman Frances Replofle Sou xl Chanman Rosa Frederlck It IS the alm of those who carry on the work of the Glrl Reserves Club to make the organlzatlon a force behind the growth of a pract1calChr1st1an ldealxsm ln the student body especlally among the glrl students Its weekly meetmgs are open to all glrls m the school The meetmgs are devoted to talks and dlscusslons on mterestmg and lmportant problems The Cabinet of elght gurls meets every other week to plan and dlrect the work of the assoclatlon LC! CK CLC CCL CCCCCCCCC C CCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCC 4 1 ' 1 Y , - 1 I 9 9 v C v , . Page Ju CCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCC CALENDAR September 1 Our Hello Das Receptron for teachers xx here th y began to make new frlends and enemles The C H S Glrls Glee Club organued I11r t football game of the season at Buckhn and a nctory at that 13 P The ol.l schcol bulldrng ju ta memory now October Protectron Coldwater g me 6 0 Svc weeks test a gas life VI or' from Greensburg 0 0 Ire hles receptxon -Xre we unkxnd to tdd refre hment were served 'I he Hoskln C ray concert a treat sponsored by the C H 5 Ctrl Reserxes Coldwater lo t game to Nledlclne I odge 12 U Chapel Put some pep rnto It November 'J 6 State Teachers meetmg florlouslv free' New school feature' School Cltllenshxp Parents you too' We non from Nleade S00 C ee what a wallop C H S plays I ewls Sadness for us I'1rst sux weeks grade Poor Freshmen Commerer tl Club entertained the I teulty and football qu td 'I hanksetyxng Day Defeated by Irotectlon December Oh my School agam' Class of Z1 shows :ts supertorrty Pms and rmgs appeared today Basketball takes the center of the st tgze Some real songsters the Nlen s Glee Club from K S T C Lmporna Wllmore vs Coldwater Defea Ylghl on the heels of vrctory Chrlstmas xaeatlonl January Clas es and cases resumed after he hohdays Coldwater lost a game to Bucklm Hldden talent tame to light when our Dramattcs class presented The W onder Hat Nlansrons and Hearts to Nlenel A dehghtful hour spent mth Doctor Smxth at chapel who told of hrs evperl ences as a doctor ID NI est Afrrea 'I he gurls and boys to XNIIYIIOYC X lctory IS more than sweet Seml final exams Is Ignorance blrss February Iost to Green buref fought hard I lrl Re erxe representatne tttended eonference 'xt Welhngton 9 County te :chefs examlnatlons Record grade made by one of otr benmts Our game at Xshland tlred feet and sad IT1Cl'I10l'lE'Q Our came mth K reensburg sal but true I ast game of the league s ason mth Irotectlon March We swamped leurs rn a post season game P6 ltr How ofr to Greensburg., to battle H1 the tournament te ultx chi 1 Nehool ops rettt s e 1 e Aprll re IINlIIN0Dl1UI1l0lt partx rn Xudxtorrum Aprrl Iool N u re fe1 tn tl at K TLCIIN ure County traele meet at Proteetron Speclal chapel Addre Ss by lloetor lem Iresrdent of College of Emporia jtnror pl tx Xl nl Order lirl e 0 Bucklxn trtek meet N aw jumor benxor banquet -X Japane e harden Sen or farewell ehapel Iiaccalau eate Sermon by Rex Ihlh tm T W alker Senior plax T he VI hole T own 'I alklng Commencement Addre by Ihr Charles XI Sheldon of Topeka U ADIEL CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC 11 . . . 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Alyyyn Hall It s quahty that counts xn thls old yyorld Helene Holmes Somehow farm hfe appeals to me Rlchald Parsons From httle sparks may burst a mlghtx flame Tom Holcomb Study 1112 at nlght maketh a man sleepy Ill class Josephme Blbb Id l1ke school lf I dldnt have to studv Ray Burdltt Always seems to be busler than he IS Beulah Ellxs I can tell you more than that if you llke Reglna Carleton lNot only good but good for somethlng I rankle Pmerson lls loye Us loye that makes the vlorld go round I uclle Foree WlSdOm not man has been her 'um Ruth I+1a71er Be a frlend and you ll have many Rosa I rederlck I don t care where I am golng so long as I get somexa here Rachel Gregg Rachel says her chlef vlrtue IS that she dldn t bob her halr V1v1an Janson She sm1les and the world sm1les wxth her Allce Matluas Won t I make a good teacher? Edlth McCauley She s qulet because she thmks '1 lot Maurlce McIntyre I ney er hurry nor worry Herman Mclntyle By hrs wlse ansvx er ye shall know hlm Harmon Myers When 1I'l the course of human events 1t becomes necessary to bluff let us bluff Ifllzabeth Peppexd Ixnoxy yn hat vou want then work and get xt Ruth Shelley Myers If you want frlends be one Dorothy Stewart It s nlce to be natural when youre naturally mce Frances lodd A school teacher ey 61 V ch1ld should know Orland Vernnlllon When I said I would dle a bachelor I ney el thought I should luxe to m nrx CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC I CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCC l':1g:rf.f l 5 I v a 7 I s . ' v - . Y ' I - - .1 1 j C . . V' ' . 7' X Q . . - , . . . , . . 7 . C .i V S 'H v 7 , ' E Q V v - . . ', D , s . r . a i ' ,,..i , ,. V i 7 l .- . . . , , . 4 I S , r . '. ' . ' . y I . , . . 2 ,. . , . , . . . . . . . , . . . . , . ' , . . 1 x C . ' ' Y -.- 1 A- y . . L V . . .. ' . .' As . 1 , . . ,. , . .. , 7 4 . . v , . . ' 1 ' L . , . 7 ' 3 ' . . -H , . , , fs - . , . . . . , . . - , . ' 2' '. Page 37 cccccccccccff f ccccccccccc J COMMENCEMENT SPEAKER l DR CHARLES M SHELDON Coldwater was very fortunate rn securlng Dr Charles M Sheldon as the speaker for the Commencement exerclses th1s year Doctor Sheldon who for the past thlrty six years has been a resldent of Topeka Kansas IS a man of mternatlonal fame He has recently returned from a trlp to the Holy Land Doctor Sheldon has a pleaslng personahty and IS a man of keen and 1n telllgent observatlon wlth a sympathetrc understandlng of all problems es peclally those to be solved by the Chrlstlan people In Hls Steps wrltten by Doctor Sheldon was verx mstrumental IH makmg h1m such a well known character cccccccccccccccccccc 1017 cccccccccccccccccccc l and is well qualified to discuss world-wide questions. 'UZ CLD Ulur Qw1tnhra11 I6 S to 'X r 'X xtlna mn ulxtrmr 1 bfllll in uc N 1 dandx I x And as thmcmugzlm ix L in be He s IUST the lxllld of kllovx We pupllx hlw to see For mth hw mm mttx DI ml S c IS :wr lxmd md vu ug Wlth 4 re idx hc lpmg h and 'I 0 take male of xmn trmle and iIlbLlliIlUl1S In anv xx ax he can Fverx rnornmg 1ukt ax Qulelx As the xxmld IUIIIN round Xou xxlll hun' Ins fannllm xxlnxtlc Sonmexxhcrc upon the g,,munds And noxx flltnlld N11 N1 uhm en we dwpnt from Ik n Old L We hope xou IN ix lx tu when As mu llxxaxs were to llx P. c- SSH -T-nys l 1 2 P , Ho' 'Q .I ..1: 'za A ' Q Han: And 2 A 1 ' onv rwkn' vs lw, Ffrrl if 1 V' 'vllm '. . ' If 'Q a We forget our cares. believe nw! II A A - " 2 'lln . I A? 57' A . 2 , j ' D' 5 ' j y 7 4 .A ' 7. f. , ', 'h .' '. 1 2 " r, Wh ' z ' ' A2 ' '. H. S. -7 2 ' A -Rf FEATURES Q-ig -1 7 49" ' ' BEEF! Ei'1'ii'0IS. ELZ' ll 'tT' iii - 1 ""' .A IIA' '-5.7: 'l'1" rw?- -1-.- -11-Qi 11... 11. 1.1-1 --:-. -11.- insnq . 5.-4-. -1.-..- --1-4 R I i alia . --1-4 -1.41 A ll I--v-4 L41 i ? h1- --.e- i .lil , -1.1-. -Qi i i- i .ii- 1-1-I 11-S-Hi -g. -in '-1 -+14 "'- 5 -1- 11. -l.- A 5 -1-1 A -ti Q il -.il 1-n -- 1- -...1 Rl ,-1.11 .....,,. v A Q ::.'..."" n - coecccccccc IVIODILRIN SLAIXC Tom Holcomb gomg 11110 Wxt mersjexxelrx shop I I11xe a mug here wh1c:h I xx ant engraved Clerk You ve made a m1s1ake The b11ber shop s apross tI1e btreet SOI ID WOOD Beulah Gee Ive got 1spI1n1e1 u11 der n1x IIUQCIIIEIIII Wh11 What dld xuh do suatnh QOUI I1c ad? IOIOIIIX S11 xx a11 111 I11s1o1x cyl 1111 xx IS bo1 Il 111 1 sI1 11I Herman Welll ICICI whele I1e had a keen brlek l1ouse IU Galena III and that tI1at xxfasI11sb11thpI'1ee but maxbe 11 xxas bu1I1 smce the war Halold Izllls h IS decldcd to buy lnmself a hearse II1e11 he Q aye All tI1e glrls xx1lI be dxmg to 11de Wllll 111e He Do goosebe111es h 1ve legs She No' He Ihen I IIIIISI l11xe sxx 1IIoxxed Trax eIe1 XOUI son Juet tI11exx stone at n1e IIISIIYDHII D1d I1e h1t xou? 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MHUYICG No lndeed thlnk of the Ilfllfi they have to get up A goat ate some of our Jokes And then began to run cannot stop he soltly sald I am so full of IUI1 Mlss O Donnell Allcl the father of the DIOCIIQQI son fell on llls netk llld yytpt What dld he yy tep for' C race Shelley I guess you yyould yyeep too lf you fell on your neck I stood upon the mountaln I gazed upon the plaln I saw a field of green stuff That look llke wavlng graln I took another look at t And thought It must be glass Goodness graclousl To my horror It yy as the Freshman Class Mlss Stover 'I o what fanllly does the kalsel Wllll'1m belong' Whlt To the Holstelll Senlor to Freshle yyorklng IH a stole I want some blrd seed Ilreshle Dont try to work me smarty Blrds grow from eggs not from seeds MISS Leland I want some leall polk chops Butcher Here are some that wlll lean any way you vyant them to Why do you use palllt7 asked a VIOIIHISI of hls daughter For the same reason that you use resln papa How s that? Why to help draw my beau 'Ieacher ln psvchology Whlch IS Student Ihe touch 'I eacher How s that' Student Well when you Slt on a pln you can t see lt you can t hear lt you can t taste lt but you know It s there 'I o speed IS human to be caught IS Hne Ieddy and hls frlend yy ere out to ea Do you like tel bleat ed the syyeet llttle Illlllg Yes I lo but I llke the next letter better 'I he helght of lgnorallte IQ to copy the name of the fellow slttlllg next to one IH a yyrltlng QUIZ Pale 42 . 1 7 , . . . . ' - , 9 - ' -' 2 . 1 . .' . slr. ' y - . r. , Y . - A I . . 3 , . ' I . i , .,, D , . ti . y X Q y 1 j ' ' . ' ' ' 1 f n , V . g . . ' ' , 'N . I , I . . n , 1 ' S ' f - , i . y. . ' : I 7 . - 1 7 . . .I 5 I ' u 7 ' n tl ' 77 ' I T61 ' I b H. I . V l Y K4 7 .I . U ' , 'xv , ' L4 l 77 . 1 . if . 7, . 0 , 1: l - , 2 'haf ., Q1 as 3 " b t the nlost delicate of the senses? T 1 w u , a T . 7 , ' . ' .. I ' . . , 7 . , . , ' 1 7 . l - I . ' Y 9 ' l ' 9 v . 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The Best zzz D1 ug Stove Sewzce H25 Best zzz Ding Stove Goods AIU ATFR AFX I RADIOS S ill Smith Drug Companxf hone Youi I iesuiption Diuggist hvei xthing to Be Found in dn Up to Ddte Drug Store It is txeix Qonnnend thle thing, and 1 situation greatlx ippirtifittcl hx Q benior tl ls ot the High Sthool th it fb iiritent ot the i7LlS1IILSSIHtIl ot Loldxx dtei so lox illx 1e5ponded xx hen abked to iid out L tuwe hx eidvertiwinv inde ed to tht sthool ind ls going, to proxe this to xou hx doin hu inc N xx ith 1 as L o Q 1 tl xxon loiiortunitx to iid te genuine uid im ind griilw ot Loldxx itil Lincoln Ford F ordson Cars T1 utks, Tractors L Coldwater Motor Companx 'xIlYi',i'I'I'I4Ifxfi XF-QIMJN .': , " I I u ' 1 1 f . , i g ,., ,I I Y. R, .'.XII'I'Ii C. Ii. 3 f ZLO if I' 6 NJ ' . J . , x .' ' . ' , iz 2 'f' 25' " f' jz - D' th1'f"zqs A 'if ft , ef ' ' ' ,, . L. H-Z - - k. . f. v - ,E X. 4, 'Y , A 'pf 6. Exerx' member of the High School feels that xou are his friend and ai friend yoi and ignoring those xx'ht Je fm t ftel thztt they have nr pzirt in tis f - dertn ii 'j Q tl A fl ffz 'lil lioxsz 1" 5 A X 'z 1' T 7 WE .-XPI'RIi XI.-X'l'Ii Yi J I ' R ISI YSINICSS 7 J ll?Tl INC FLTIUN The Platt Gnlehifnst Lumber Co hone GOOD GRADILS Al RBASONABI E PRICES CO1 1111 A 1 1 12 wn Mom The Connng vear IS to see the e1ect1on lll Coldxx ater of 1 QL1bSI"ll'lIl"ll?lHfl COITJITIOCIIOUS new Coult House IO1 Q,OIll3l'lClK Countx Pl lllq haw be en 1p HIISQIOHGFS on June 7 lhe new bulldlllg mll occupx the s1te of the one de stloyed by fire on Octobe1 31 1991 The ebtlmate of the Lost ofthe new bulld mg IS S80 000 and 1t mll be la1 ,qely pa1d fol bx the t1me 11 IS Qompleted The Comanche Implement Co IHC IIVIPLEIVIILN I S I RACTORS TRUCKS Imqeet Rclfnl btogk of Repans 111 thc I The Comanche Implement Co 11110110 6 60111714 aim l: -7 .XIXVI 1' o o Q 1: o I' 120 , , , . , , . " . ,1 Z ' 1' ' 2 j. z. 'J A 2- proved and bids for the work are to be opened by the Board of County Com- . . ,. v . . 7. 7 . F I CON J , 'I LINE O O O 9 7 ' 1 S :ite O XIJXIRTI INC SF-CTION ZDDESDEGKCD IVIKGQHQTIF DPJRZCCWDYLUJCGSQTRS 5,4 Elf flake Your Ice Box a ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOIL lllilly D L Water Systems .Not Luxurzes but Modern Not a Substitute for Ice Labor Savzng Necessztzes but Something Better All General Motors Products Sold on Easy Pay ment Plan V W PEPPERD SALIEIZESSQEEEXSZE Our Vocatronal bu1ld1ng an lllustratlon of Whlch appears ln the front of th1s pubhcatron IS one of the best for the purpose 1n the state and has been recogmzed by state authorrtles as a model rn equrpment as well as construc tlon The rmpc rtance of the work carrled on through thls department cannot be over valued Here much pract1cal work IS grven the future farmer stock man and mechamc Therr projects should be of lnterest to everyone of the comrnunlty Call Our Ambulance rn Case of Acc1dent or for conveymg rn comfort loved ones to dlstant hospltals or to xr ur phxs.c1an THF ONLY PQUIPMENI' OF ITS KIND IN SOUIHWEST KANSAS Comfort and satetx assured bv 1:18 mth wheelbase, extra large balloon tlres, hx ClI'?lLllIL 4 wheel brakes, 79 h p motor tapable of any speed deslred CALLS ANSWPRIAD DAY OR NIGHT ROBERTS HARDWARE CO. 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