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Sport Editor ....,,,,,,,,,
Feature Editor ..,,,,,
Art Advisors ....,,,.,
Della Mae Allen
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Elmer Lockwood Ernest Bussard
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MR. L. W. BROOKS, Principal
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IQNIVI1RSI'I'Y OF WISCONSIN
BENJ. W. TRUESDELI.. If!-CE'Pl'l'l7Cl'17tlI.
Head of Science Deparlmcnt
A. B.. FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
IS, S.. UNIVERSITY OF CIIICAGO
GLENN STILES. Botany
A. B., COLORADO COLLEGE
A. VI.. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
COLORADO AGRICULTURAL COLI.IX3Ii
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
W. T. EMERY, Biology
A I5 . UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
A. M.. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
A B McPHERSOYf'OIII
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UNIVERSITY OF COLORAOO
D. ROYER. Biology
RUTH HEII.. Biology
A. B., NVASIIBURN lQOI.I.IEC3I.
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L'N1v1a11s1TY OF KANSAS
LNIVFRSITY OF culcianao
JOHN M. MIC Q
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L'NlX'I RSITY or fgulcgxcao
J. W. ESI.
A. Fx., FRIIENDS UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
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MIRIAM VOX WITHROW. Physics
.I. I-I. KORB. Physiology
Ii, S . UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
AI. S., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
SCIIOOI, OF AIIEDICINIQ
UNIVERSITY CF KANSAS
MEADE T. HARCISS.
X Vocational Agricullurv
I5 S., KANSAS
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B. S., UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
B. Ed., UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
.JAMES W. MACY. Biology
A. B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
Head of English Department
A. B., FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE
A. M., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
LUCETTA JOHNSON, English
A. B., IVICPHERSON COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
UNIVERSITY OF GIIICAGO
ELIZABETH HODGSON. English
A. B., FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE
A. M., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
UNIVERSITY OE WISCONSIN
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
LEONA McANULTY, English
A. I5 . CARTHAGE COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OI: ILLINOIS
ELLEN SMITH, English
A. B.. FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
A. B., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
SARA VJHITE, English
A, B.. UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OE COLORADO
CELIA LIGHT, English
A. B., SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
HAZEL SANDERS, English
A. B., PAIRMOUNT COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
PEARL ADAMS, English
A. B., STERLING COLLEGE
A. M.. UNIVERSITY OF IOWA
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B S., OTTAWA UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF IioI.oIzADo
UNIVERSITY OI: WISCONSIN
M, BIRD WEIMAR. Algebra
A. Is., SOUTI-IXVESTEIIN COIIIQGE
A, M., CoI.L':VIBIA UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
BESSIE B. GREEN, Geomerrg
A IS , UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
Is UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
UNIVERSITY OF IIIIIJIIIGAN
I LICY E. HALL. Geomelry and Algebra
A. B., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Geometry and Algebra
A. M , UNIVERSITY OF IiHII3ALsO
ELIZABETH I-IAASS, Geozmflrg
A. M , UNIVERSITY OF CAI IFORNIA
EDNA WILLIAMS, English
.I Is., OT'I'AXX'A UNIVERSITY
ENIVIQIISITY OF KANSAS
I'NIVI-RSITY OIT c3IIIc.xI.o
DOROTHY ROBB, English
A. Ia,CoI1NIiI.I. CoI.LIiIxE
ISABEL OLDHAM FORD, Englibh
A Is , UNIVEIISITY OF NIeIsIIASK.x
LLOR ENCE XVI-IITCHER. English
A. B., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
UNIVERSITY OF CAI IFORXIA
BERTHA I., HERSHEY, English
A I5 . FAIRVIOUXT COLLIEGI2
UNIVERSITY OI: KANSAS
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A. IS., IFRILYDS L'NIYI:RSI'I'Y
A, AI . CIUI.L'AIl.5IA LQNIYIERSITY
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Economics and American History
A. B.. KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
A. M., UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
EVA M. ARMSTRONG.
B. S., KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF WISCCFNSIN
A. B., FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE
A. M., COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
EDNA YETTER, American History
A. B., SOUTHWESTERN COLLEGE
BERLITZ SCHOOL OF LANGUAGES
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
A. B., BETHEL COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
VJ. A. YOUNG, American History
A. B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
A. B., HAVERFORD COLLEGE
A. M., UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
HARVARD SUMMER SCHOOL
ALICE K. BELL. Geometry and Algebra
A B.. OTTAXVA UNIVERSITY
MARGIE HERRIFORD, Algebra
A. B.. FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
RUTH VJOODXVORTI-I, Geometry
A B., UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
Head of History Department
A. B , KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
A. M.. TEACHERS COLLEGE.
JESSICA M. SMITH, European History
A. B.. KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
A. M., UNIVERSITY OF XVISCONSIN
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
MAY HOWES. European History
A, B.. FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
A. M., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
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Ph B., M. LI S , OHIO NORTHERN UNIVIZRSITY
UNIVERSITY UF THF CITY OI: NI-XY YORK
A. L. HICKIVIAN, Penmanshzp
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IIQIZIYCIFIIIR UI: I:I.OK1L"I'ION '
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LOTTA GREEN. Arirhmezlc
I3 S. IIIICIIIQAN S'I'.-Y'1'IQ'I'IEAC'I'IERS COI,I.I.C1I'
CHRISTINA B. BURK, Bookkeeping
I5 S . IN CQMIIIEIIQIQ,
KANSAS STATE TIEACHIQRS LOI I.IEGIi
IB S., IN IEIDLYJYTIONV
KANSAS STATI5 TFACHERS CUI LEGIE
NORA S, STOSZ. Shorzhuml
LIFE c3EI1'I'IFIctATI: SPI:CIAI. IIRoFIcIIIiNc:Y
KANSAS ST.a'I'E TI?.fYC'III:RS c1oL1 IEGI1
IDA E. BOYD.
Shorthand and Business English
KANSAS STATE TITACIIIERS f:oI.l.I.cII
VSOYIJES' BUSINESS cjoI.I.I1G1.
UNIVERSITY mf CIIICQAIIII
IQATIIRYN BROYVN. TgpeLI,'rI'!z'ng
NIISSOLQRISTI-Y'l'I1 'IIIHJICIIIERS COI.l.IlLiIi
IIOIXIR.-YIJO STATE 'I'I1ACI"IIfRS COI.I.IfK1Ii
CIIISIZGG SC HOOI.
CII'XI CIIIIY BUSINESS CUI I.ECII:
Hl1I.I2N VARLEY, TgpvIurI'1mq
Is, s SIMMONS n.cII.I.I can
J. B. YINGLING.
Head of Manual Arts DepuI'lnII'nt
'I S. KANSAS STATE TIEACIILRS IIUI I IIGIZ
.I. C. YVOODIN. IIIood1urnI'nq
KANSAS STATIE TIE.-YLIIIIRSl'UI.l,I2iiI1,
I7. T. FEE. Prinling
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B,S.,KANSAS STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
D. W. M.EANS, Auto Repairing
A. B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
MARION W, SMITH, Machine Shop
KANSAS STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
NELL M. WADDINGTON,
Head of Household Arts Department
Ph. B., UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY
HELEN M. SMITH, Sewing
NORTHWESTERN OKLAHOMA TEACHERS
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
RUBY A. ADAMS, Cooking
A, B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
KANSAS STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
Head of Latin Department
A, B., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
A. M., UNIVERSITY OE XVISCONSIN
ALFREDE HORNOR, Latin
A. B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
A. M., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
Head of Modern Language Department
A. B., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
A. M., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
BESSIE GOODYEAR, Spanish
A. B.. FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
A. M.. UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
Spanish and French
A. B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
A M., UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
EUNICE J. STORMONT, Spanish
A. B., STERLING COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO
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Head of Publrc Speakzng Deparlmenz
A. M.. COR NITLI. UNIVILRSITY
UNIVIEIISITY IBF LIIICAGO
UNIVERSITY Ivlf XYISFONSIN
O. IS.. VAIPARAISO UNIVERSITY
LYCIEUM ARTS CONSIERVATORY
RAYMON H. HUNT
A IB , LIOLORADO STATIE TILACIIHRS COIIIIGF
S'I'UI'7I:NT UF H A. VANDFRCOOK, CIIICAISO
S YUIJFNT OF WM.KNI2K1IIT,CI .XRINIETIST
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LYHICAGO MUSICAL COIIIQCEF
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COACIIIFD WITII DAVID ISISPHASI
STUUIIED WITH CHARLES IBOWKS
I IFI2 FITRTIFICATIQ IN PIANO, VOICE
A. R. YOUNG.
Head of Bogfs Physxfal Trazmng Depl.
A. I5 . LJNIYIERSITY OF KAYSAS
UNIVITIQSITY OF ILLINOIS
UYIYIQRSITY OF XYISCGNSIN
CHARLES YV. GRAVES, Gynmas1'un7
SPIIINliI:II.I.I5 UNIVIIRSI IIY
CLIFFORD J. GALLAGHIER.
IJ V NI . IQAYSAS STATE AGRICULTURAI.
0KI.AIIIwfxIA AuRII'L7I.'I'L'I1AI. AND
JOHN C. HIEDRICK. GIm1m1siun7
IE I'. Ind KIIII AGU Y AI.l A CDI LIIGE
Head of G11'I's I'l7L1srral Trarmng Dept.
A I5 . BNKIIR IfYIVI7Ii5I'I'Y
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
LIYIXIRSITY OF XYISLOXSIN
I, NIX'I'IlSI'I'Y OF f1AI,IFURNIA
IONA HERRIFORD, Gymnasium
A. B., FAIRMOUNT COLLEGE
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
S. LENORE FOX, Gymnasium
A, E., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
ELIZABETH I-IASTIE, Gymnasium
A. B., WELLESLEY COLLEGE
GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF HYGIENE
AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION,
IDA R. KRUPP, Gymnasium
B P. Ed., AMERICAN COLLEGE OF
UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
MRS. C. A, HATTON, Smdy Room
NELLE S. WEST, Registrar
SPECIAL PROFICIENCY IN COMMERCE
KANSAS STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
FRANCES WRIGHT STRICKLAND,
A. B., UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
ALICE COCHRAN, Ofiice
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
FREIDA STARR, Office
WICHITA HIGH SCHOOL
HAZEL HOXVES, Librarian
A, B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI
CHAUTAUQUA LIBRARY SCHOOL
GRACE H. HULL, Dean of Girls
CALIFORNIA STATE TEACHERS COLLEGE
FRANCES DOWNS, Welfare Teacher
A. B., FRIENDS UNIVERSITY
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
B.S.,KANSAS STATE AGRICULTURAL COLLEGI'
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OFFICERS OIT CLASS OIT '25
XIIIFQ-I,fG.9IlIL'V7IS1RJy' Riley Treasurer-'Jack Clark
Avis Kennedy Sergcant-at-arms-Cyril Crmsctlv
llIlL'!-.'Il'I'XlIVllSS Celia Light, Nl
r. YV. A. Young. Mr. B. XV. Truusdcll,
SLNIOR COMMITTEES 'Z5
4'OXlNlIFIkFIII1Ii l-OR OIR! 'S lilll-XIDLH-X'l'lXG CZoS'l'L?NI1
Mary Dean Scott
Ilvclyn Nelson Margaret I'rcslon
'TIZIE VOR IHoY's
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SIQNIOR DAY COMlX'llT'I'I2If
Ruth Dockum--C'lmzrmmm liAll1Cfl1'1C Ijclric John IHOIICHIQUI'
Alfrucl llowsc Dorothy Bowen Slnnlcy Shaft
Margarcl SllJI'llilII1-fihlll-I'l77LlI7 limnic Harris I.cllm Clmmncss
Zelmn I3c.un.1n Donald Smith Milalrcll XV.ml
Mary Dorothy Collyur
Mn ric Rn m sc y
Qeninr lanes intnrg
having Spent the Freshman year in various intermediate schools Perhaps
QMM it was for that reasonlthe members were not chided or joked as much as
'MM the Freshmen of previous years. All assemblies had to be duplicated as
the Sophomore class was as large as the Junior and Senior class combined.
HE class of '25 was the Hrst to enter the old high school as Sophomores,
During this year a "get acquainted" St. Patrick's Party was given, where
games were played in the halls and a play entitled "The Two Dicks" presented
in the auditorium.
By the next year, 1924, the new high school was finished where all the
students of the school could enjoy assemblies at the same time.
Junior-Senior Frolic was held in the Spring: the program consisted of con-
tests and a series of vaudeville acts presented by members of both classes.
A number of Juniors decorated the Forum and ushered at the graduating
exercises of the class of '24.
As Seniors, the class took part in many activities. The first party to be
given was a Christmas party. Afterwards came "Kid Day" which was different
from any idea before presented at W. H. S. All the Seniors appeared in school
wearing kiddie clothes. A Senior Day was also enjoyed consisting of a long
assembly in the morning followed by a picnic at Sirn's Park ending in a line
party at the Miller Theater.
Football, basketball, tennis, soccer, wrestling and tumbling were all entered
into by the members of this class.
Near the close of school the usual custom of having a Senior Banquet was
followed, also that of uniform dress in the graduating exercises held at the
Forum. There were over four hundred fifty members of the class.
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For cinbroidering she has a knack.
Shes a very good student,
We hope that she will come back.
Bentley Barnabas cries "Oi Gavalti
With me you will nnd little fault,"
He liked at a glance,
To golf and to dance,
XVc4re sure he can e're win his salt.
vorrye heard this hay say Hllsly smhlry'
But a teacher he'd never provoke,
His basket ball's fine,
llis manner's divine.
We assure you that this is no joke.
Ukeleles for panama she plays
XX'hen the neighbors begin to star gaze.
She plays to the moon
Anything called a tune,
While her "folks" can't get used to her
Joebert a chemist wants to be,
"As the experience is exciting," says he
An explosion occurred,
And his thoughts were deferred,
By mistake he had made T. N. T.
Always jolly, and wh, full of fun
She is fond of a typewriter lo run.
She likes most all salads
And Loo to read ballads:
llcr plans for the fnturcf- not done.
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Zelma is a girl known as "Bee,"
ll was math she never could see,
She is fond of pickles.
And always takes nickles.
Ahrl will save them for some college fee
Sheis fhhrl of playing hh- Nuke."
They say she will marry J duke,
She has hh plhffsslhh, ,
"Oh Hello's" her expression.
Ahrl she always is quoting from l.nkc,
When this tall girl was asked about school
Said she, '41 mast say it's a duel
Between music and art
For the choice of my heart--
I'll resort ro :hc old golden rule."
Yes, a cheese cake might do for desert,
Since she likes cake and cheese she'll assert
But it never can he
For there's no recipe.
Such misfortunes invrnlers avert.
The aim of Miss Winifred Bish
Is rs keep from nr doing .1 dish:
llence, she's going to play
Games of tennis all clay
So it's final she'll get all her wish.
She says dancing and wine, men, and song,
Are her hobbies and cares all along.
XVith her brown hair and eyes,
She may arise to the skies.
For she aspires to the stage to belong.
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She's a jolly good tease, she speaks Spanish.
Just to look at sweet pickles-they vanish.
She would much rather tease
Than to eat cottage cheese,
And the reading of booksfcould not banish,
Ralph Brasted wears specks on his eyes,
Likes ice cream and cake, but not pies,
He is five feet eight
When he stands up straight.
He tries very hard to look wise.
BREWER, MARY LOUISE
"lVlickey" Brewer is blessed with dark hair.
Dark eyes and a skin that is fair,
Her favorite food
When she's in a good mood
Is dates, but she eats these with care,
The grandstand was packed all around.
The tackles all fell to the ground, ,
'Twas only a streak
That made the crowd shriek.
Yes, "Freddie" who made the touch down.
She's training for teaching, is "Vide,"
And no one can say she's not tried
To he always quiet,
Have oysters for diet,
And by chewing-gum rules to abide.
Brown likes dancing and French, also art.
And from Goldsmith she's never apart.
She is tall, rather dark,
And she sings like a lark.
Chews her gum and laughs straight from her
Louie Brown is a radio fan,
"Tuning in" just as oft' as he can,
Likes to play with the "juice,"
And to see it "turned loose."
Among gmt electricians he'll mad.
Harold Brownson in all things does lead,
The hist'ries he likes much to read.
He likes out-door sports,
And is ne'er out of sorts,
4'Brownic" 's a favorite, indeed!
A dreamer is Ruth with blue eyes.
She tells jokes but never tells lies.
She's impulsive they say,
But she may make her way
Through a college. though she doesn't know
lle's tall with dark hair and brown eyes,
He thinks he likes best chicken pies.
And collegeihis aim.
He may win great fame.
He's live feet eight inches in size.
And he may join the Navy at last,
He's through high school the studies are past:
He'd move slow as a snail
Though you'd start in and wail.
Iiut his knowledge in chemistry's vast,
BURLIE, CHAS. VERNON
Ukuleles all croon at his touch
And he moans on a "Sax" very much,
He thinks that he may
Plan large buildings some clay!
For in drawing he "sure beats the Dutch."
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Shi: mnkcQ nothing but AX
In the Math room shc smyvz
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A vocnlion hc saw,
lsni kzeps mining and in-iinniing in niinil
For a 'Ahol dog" hc'll nrdcnrly long
In rlin niidir of n gnnin of ning pong,
His nppcrirds queer
Anil nlwnyi ii ncnr
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on Snr lmnw n nicknnmcfjust vivinn
wr are sure shc'll radar live in nnliiiinn
Blue ryns nnd long nnir,
Hcr complexion' -in inn.
But inning no rnlling n-lm :hc will live in
A well dressed young school boy ii Ali..
We know he will never turn back,
He writes up the games
E'crl ll-laugh it mine.
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lic's quiet, but not during the day,
Ilis pastime is sleeping,
llls job is just keeping
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.lhhh Clark is s popular boy,
llu docs hor liiiil English 3 ihy.
llc is six fm sill
, NVhich is far from small
Aiitl h radio set is his ipy.
ix vlicldcr of issiiiisrs is '-Wop,"
Ill his classes he stands near the top,
and at spsskihg hc's good,
He's no choice as to food,
llis smhirihhs ip iiiiiiilsr si wp.
They tell ps she likss shislishs fried,
Anil likes ill her slices sin wide,
she hss light brown curls,
Like few other girls,
She plays hisksrhill ph the sias.
lIurc's th pppil Miss Martha E. clhyihii,
Phi ws know she mms hhr from Dhyrpii.
At baseball shil scouting
shs hikes ill her springs,
Anil she psi-hi khsps shyhhs -'wsiiiiif'
Alihlc Clements thinks blsket blll's real:
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To teach or no nurse is with fate.
She has brown hair and eyes,
And for "gala" gets the prize,
CLEMENTS, RAYMOND EUGENE
"Shorty" Clcments is one of these boys
Who could get along line without toys,
You just give him a book
And a nice quiet nook,
You"ll End reading is what he enjoys.
He will give pihk pills ip shi sickly
and wp think he will do ir up quickly?
Bnt if he gets rough
And gives the wrong stuff,
'I'hcn the earth won't be settled so thickly.
Yus, Frank clot:-s on Spanish in school,
Bur outside he just loves "pasture pool,"
Ar college he'll hs,
Arid he'll bm you and me
As i lawyer--for Frank is hp fppl.
His expression is, Diss there if sight,"
NVe do wonder if hc is oft' late.
In hash he delights,
Ana he his his rights.
But in eating he brings up his weight.
COATE NICHOLS, OPAL MARIE
Shc's had psiring married iii vicw
So's taken sewing and millinery, rsh.
Shc's learned how to cook
May be sshh with h hppk
In the kitchen--ftht-re, making meat stew.
NVQ pause here to rear our bobbed hair
After reading Miss Macs' questionnaire,
Her claim is unjust,
Bur tell it we must,
Most all folks agree she's "first rate." 'Thar her height's nftecn feet"-isn't fair.
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The same cake which the devil prefers
ls the one that he likes, John avers,
l-le enjoys skating, too.
when there's nothing to do,
And with friends of K. U. he concurs.
Between sieges of pickles and cake,
Cy Ends time to make other teams quake.
He eats to gain power
Be the food sweet or sour,
And plays for the trophy at stake,
Says Grier. "Tr, some college ru gs
And learn to reach others iust so,
ru go and work math
The 'kids' in their wrath
XVill say it is wiser to know."
Melvyn Crowl's commercially bent,
Much time on his shorthand he's spent,
A good steno he'll make.
But eats ice cream and cake
And he says it's for that they were meant.
CUNNINGHAM, MAUDE ELIZABETH
If you want to play tennis she'll go,
At the mention, her blue eyes will glow.
She likes chocolate cake,
A success she will make
As an arithmetic teacher, we know.
"Good cake eaters win everywhere,"
lone stated on her questionnaire
Bur, "Good rrigirr,"she'11say.
If we leave it this way,
"It's the food not the boys," she'll declare.
Lillian Dalton is this girl's full name.
In mission work she'll win her fame,
You'll think it's the bunk
Her nickname is "Punk"
But she's a line girl just the same.
DANIELS, MARGARET BLANCHE
Her favorite pastime is reading.
More girls like her we are needing.
She plays basketball
Never stands in the hall:
In typewriting she always is speeding.
Everett Dart-'s nickname is "Fat" '
Only one hundred and fifty at that,
In preference to talking
He takes swimming or walking:
He is handy in gym with a bat,
DAVIS. HELEN LEE
Read a few lines about "Slim"
Slic has lots of vigor and vim,
Her hair is quite red
To the writer she sztidf- -
"My favorite subject is gym.
As for hobbies he has not a one.
As for favorite food he has none,
He has dark hair and eyes
And is medium size
And when we have said this we're done.
Yes. iust ' Peggys' what all call het now,
ln urfpraw the errliinrs, "0 my row."
To salad and reading,
To college and teaching,
Anti industrial history she'll how.
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For she easily ntlnina mllfll mm,
Oh he likes Spanish steak besl of all.
And hek lust six fuer lhree inches lnll
He likes economics
And all the best mnliu,
And he always likes n glmd game ul lull.
Lil-urge lholxnlfx nickname ia "Dm"
To think of much more we cannot,
llns light mar and blown lm
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In nmlh he worka sums :l grsnl lol.
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HQ plays walked mms,
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George is exceedingly frail,
And he hears from his sweetheart by mail,
When he has a chance
He goes to a dance.
But from high school he goes clear to Y
You've all seen this fellow called "Ken'
If nol, yuu have missed something then
Because he's romantic
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And his height is o'er tive feet and li-ii
There was n young girl known as Jane.
Who said, "E'er the years further wain
I'll go to K. U.
And when I am through
I'll have a most wonderful brain,"
This "Polly" wants dancing and shows
Liking music wherever she goes,
A stenographefs place
Might indeed suit het pace,
Since sl1e'll never be found in a dole
Good natured and jolly is he,
And his smile is quite pleasant to see:
He sings "mighty" bass
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There was a ine fellow namcrl Lee,
A chemistry student was he.
Ilis time spent in "Lab,"
XVas wasted Cris sadl
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Fay Fergus is always the same,
Her smile seems to never get lame.
She "Snickers to grin,"
And says fruiyuiugw u uh,
As a "steric" she hopes to win fame
Theola has A semi they shy.
Perhaps she win tell us some uay,
she likes playing Rook
Or reading h book
To help pass her spare time away,
ner goiueu light hair is quite Curly.
In fact, she's a sweet little girlie,
XVe think it's the fates
That make her like dates,
Bur she always mum home very early.
sunburned blade" is poor Dick.
On the girls, it's his hobby to pick,
But they'll get him someday,
So he can't get away,
But at present he makes no kick.
It's her motto "reduce" and indeed
She will try very hard to succeed,
But she does like to eat
Everything that is sweet.
So we're thinking some help she will need
There was a student called Elinner,
Who always was khhwh as a winncxi
fic was six feet four
Standing flat on the lluor,
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There was a youne lady named Grace.
On typing she gets to third base.
"SpontlitiousZ" she cries
When a sight meets her eyes.
With pickles she e're feeds her face
Margaret Goodyear of salads is fond,
And her word is as good as a bond,
She reads and she sews
And has very few foes:
Shes of medium height and a blond.
i-lis aim is to sell mctthandise,
Something with a good staple price:
He will keep his own books
As protection from crooks--
He might even deal in tame mice,
I'll tell of a friend, Tommy Grace,
Bar more you may ren by his rare.
Some day on a ranch
With horses that prance.
we know he shall str a good pace,
Warm milk is his favorite food,
Be it fried, parboiled, baked or e'en stcwcrl.
Six toot, three, he ascends:
Three foot, two, when he bends:
The effects of warm milk we conclude.
Carl Graham you should really know
Because he is pleas.1nt,ancl so
He never is hurried
And seldom is Worried:
In his classes he's never below.
GRAHAM, GALEN HENRY
llis friends all call Galen young "Dizz,'
llc smiles- and the girls are all his.
Both music and gym
Find favor with him.
llc thinks he's not good, but he is.
GREY, ZETTA MARIE
Zetta Marie, a girl more than three,
Whose plans were for college you see.
she loved hot mince pie
And kept her grades high
And liked dancing far better than tea,
"Speck" Greider's the name of this boy,
With his studies he always will toy.
But his lessons are good.
And next year he should
Be some college coacli's great joy.
We're sorry to lose her this year.
Her plans to us she made clear. '
And this is her rule:
Four years more in sfhddl.
She likcs swimming and talking, we hear.
He so likes to read novels at night:
Of wild game he can eat every bite,
After four years in college
He will gain so much knowledge
That he'll soon be prepared for life's light.
Our senior class chose George Gsell,
llc has certainly led our class well,
He likes all kinds of sports,
Attends clubs of all sorts!-
There's more we have not room to tell,
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The science of ooolorlgs in oft.
The road to most any man's heart.
They admit it themselves,
So fill all your shelves
XVith assurance that yolrye done your pm.
When Donald grows up he'll sell drugs,
Right now he is studying bugsz
He is working quite hard
For good grades on his card,
That will put him ahead ofthe "slugs."
There's "Fan" or there's "Jack" fora nickname,
And she thinks that her golf is a good game.
She still has long hair
For meat doesn't cate,
And most all that she craves is just fame.
A smiling, good sport. that is she.
A nurse she is longing to be.
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But please do not tatryf'
Says this girl of live foot and three.
res "Bud" says that his hobby is baseball,
But the girls says l-le's wrongfnot right ' a 'tall
His bobby is tossing,
His pastime is seizing
All the compacts on his way down the hall.
HAZELWOOD, WILMA GLADYS
Wilma Hazelwood likes chicken pie:
Cross word puzzles she often does try,
She's dark-hairtd and tall:
She for skating does "fall:"
A good "steno" shc'll be by and hy.
This hey always answers the tall
Of i ash, or o game of baseball.
So Old Man Trouble
llis pretty fun bubble
Can burst by just sending a squall,
"Margie's" :l book worm they say,
But she'll swim or play ball any Jay,
And she studied a book
That told how to cook,
Now cooking, for her, is just play.
lie likes to paint pictures for folks:
ls fond of good stories and jokes,
Eats dcvil's food cake
XVherl he is awukc,
But before he'll eat more you must coax.
HIGGINS, LOLA MAY
"He who laughs last laughs best,"
This quotation from all of the rkst
We think it reflects
Her spirit in meeting each test,
Yes, I'll tell of a boy, my dear,
Of wbom you are longing to hear,
But ice cream and cake
VJon't keep him awake,
Sleeping's his pastime. I fear,
To XVashington, D. C, she goes
To learn more than she already knows:
For J lawyer sh2'll br,
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And marh meant nothing In her.
She'll go to K. U.
And maybe see you,
Bill when she gets lhere shell not slir.
ISENHART. MABLE MARY
She wanls always ro have a good lime,
Mashed potatoes she thinks are sublime.
She likes moving and moving
Tlrr arts shes rrnprovrng-
XYants to travel to ev'ry known clime.
"Oh when do we eat" his expression,
But penmanship's not his profession:
If you like to rrnrl puzzles
Put your "specks" on your "muzzlcs."
And rry to work our your arnprrrrlon.
"Del" lovcs lo read a Hne book,
Or always ar movies zo look:
She is five feet three,
A! which you can src
She will learn lo decorate some nook.
'rlrrrr was n young girl called "Evo" '
Who prnrrnlly laughed up lrrr sleeve,
She always delayed
In gerling arrayed,
And was also a lease-V I believe.
As n nurse. all pain she'll ulrprrsr,
And this girl may keep you frorn rho lrrnrsr
lain she'll nor be rhr krnrl
You always rin nnrl.
who rnkrs all rhnr you have in your purrr.
This boy claims renown as n cook
nnrl nr'rr docs he look at the book,
nur rhr angel food rrkr
llr rr nlrlr to lrrkrf
on 'ras urorrlrr or rnorr rlrnn n look.
llvr way lo rornr college she-'ll wcnd.
Ano to music her rnorrr will lrrna,
sho rnny learn lo compose-
This the years will disclose,
llrrrw hoping rhnr fame will nrrrnrl.
llrr favorite pnsrlnrr is rlrrp,
In order :har healrh he may keep,
llc plays baseball
In spring and fall,
And than he will try to herd sheep,
Tlrrrr once was n girl known as "Roof
Il was grape fruit on which she was fed
She had pretty red hair,
llrr complexion was rnrr,
Now mee: her before she doth wed,
A shark with lhe racqller is "Polly."
To oppose ner rrnr playing ir folly.
llroplr rny as n rulr
He's n shark, zoo, in school,
anrl his classes hc always nrrkrr jolly,
'l5irdie" thinks basket hall'S Gnc.
Un nice juicy fruit she does dine.
For rollrgo she'll reach,
And later shc'll reach
Tlrnr four nnrl nr-r rnorr rquslp nine.
XVlml wc rcmcmbci ol Pnul
Is h.ird ro rcmcmbvr nr All-
Ilucnusc he wm quiat,
lain wi won'l amy ii
Hc's good and as Qmnn as hr x ull,
She's n member of our '1'. N. T
But she doesnt know whnt she will hi'
As J cook Shes i dandy:
Her reed-craft is hiiidyw
She makes prvuy bnskems, you ws
His hobby ai wfimang, and hc
Ar XVashington U will won bu,
They say has gm my. K
This, he'll deny
Sn wc will ins: wntrh him and SN,
Keely's 1 charming coquvur,
And whencwr one mi --Now W in'
She's ready for fun,
Whcrhcr games or .1 pun.
A inllicr good spur: wc'vc nc'cl mu
KENNEDY, AVIS lilI.lilEY
She nlwnys says, "juni wait n minuw'
Though your heart bc rough ihu will win it
In waffles shr dizaghii,
Ar bill games she Hghu
Avid yells for all there iv in ir,
KENNEY. XVIl.l.l.'XXl ii
A planner of houscx he'll hc,
Ana now, maybe if wi could ici
He wastes many hours
V Jusl planning dream Xowrim
He s nothing on us, in do wc,
I':i'iI nmliiw haul all xhr linw,
I hu lily :lung lic ilinw will nm rvllvim.
'Illini bm' ix nm monk.
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To rlw lisp ul Ihr lnilnlrr hu'll :limb
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So lmrll alwnyx wurlA
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in wi' think hc will hmm- A line fan.
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' Do others before they do yon."
llc still contends to bu true
Hc likes to cat rrabsz
Ride in big taxi-cabs,
XYhrn hc Ends rlcling-horses, arc lcw.
All innocent fellow is Kooken,
XVhose engagements are frequently broken,
But he doesnt mind,
His mottcfs the kind
"Ther:-'s always more Gsh in thc occult "
This gray eyed young wriler's not quiet,
Slw'd like a nice cutumher diet:
Shu lilies its pluy ball
And once took a fall.
But still she has courage to try it.
KRAUSLE, VERA Mme
Now Mis, Krause likes n business life.
lint uwny from n lcitcht-n's ilull miie:
And it ii very wise
For n girl of hui une,
To dislike the hard work of n wife.
Now Vil'gil's u lnwycr nl lxenrl,
But allicted to radio art,
Hls profession llc'll rlclc
On the other wavos title.
But hc clocsn't know when lic will start.
LA PORTE, ERNESTINIZ Illlfhlli
This living ii just as you take it,
l'lnfe'i fun in the world if you ninth il
A sweet winning smile
Will good luck huguilui
,xi fin sheen, shc'll new thi-inlif it.
LAPPIN, DOROTHY PAULINE
A ituuluui liily is "Dot,"
Who enjoys hcr school work a lol,
And she'll be by neil yi-ii
A teacher, we hear,
.Null we think she would rather than lint.
Now here is A girl, good and jollv,
With swimming hui one single fully,
And so nt this time
For the salts of a rhyme
Iwlsh that lwl' nickname was "Polly,"
Yes ' tiehfgu' ii n good one on inkei,
In ilnssiiinu ,hi likes to wnlu notes,
she is fond of --Tyha'
And she likes n sight,
So run at lin fiientls, Gwigin uhm,
"Yx'inllie" Ilkes gym a grant deal
Also salad with every square meal,
Says 'Winnicf' "1 will
Keep sweet of keep still. '
She is jolly but quiet, we feel.
LE PEVRE, CHARLES Rlclmlzln
The ministry will be his mention.
l-int Ashufy thi years of notiiiuii,
Then i parish hn'll Own
And we hope not alone
lan who'd gil-u him his nienls in iuiiiiiuie
LE CARD, ESTELLI2
hieelle always guys. A"l'hnt is cult."
And when with the boys is not mute.
Next year she will work,
And maybe shall clark,
Anil pea salnd hor mite seems to suit.
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A "question-mark" "Hank" plans to be,
"A hash-sfinger, maybe," says he,
He surely can'l mean it,
Fen lhough we have seen il.
wave heard he can Sing qiiire in key,
XVilma is n girl you should know,
She always says, "Hoe your own row."
Shc's blue-eyed and fair.
And has light blonde hair.
Once mcct her, you'll n'er be hcl- ion.
Evelyn has pletly blue eyes,
And one never hears of her sighs,
She loves chicken pie,
And ne'el- told a lie,
And everyone says she is wise,
llunry was a hay who loved candy,
His hair wig dark brown alia hhr may-,
And I wish to relate
That he loved to debate
And everyone thought he was dandy,
'-Hy" Massey on manage the hshil,
lla-'s always it Prof, Hunr's right hand:
They'll miss him. hh doubt,
when the seniors gh hire,
Believe me -'Hyw' sm gm the sand.
Yes. her hobbies are climbing and reading
siiii lshim Roorers shes fiilhfiilly leading.
She's terribly Shari
Bur a mighty good soir.
Down the hall you've all seen her go speeding.
MAY. MARY EDITH
Mary Eilirh fm college is lihiiiid.
Baked beans he good food she has fhlihel,
She is tall with dark hair
Anil shc'll help anywhere,
Shc's ihf right kind of girl all ii-oiiiia.
Right here is a friend of ours, Jay,
A "whiz" in the class room and say,
At tennis he would
Be berrer than good,
Ar college, next year he will play.
This dark haired and brown-eyed tall boy
NVas given the name of Leroy,
A real student of math,
Problems raise nor his wrath,
But to him they are really a joy.
Now Nine stands six feet and two inches,
Fried chicken he eats wirhour tlinches,
To college for math
Is A plan which he hath,
And basket ball games are his clnches.
Vile wish to present our friend "Mac,"
At speaking he's surely a "crack,"
Something's wrong, don't you know
Vfith your sweet radio,
50 ring up friend "Mac" in his shack.
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Anil every one inonnln int was Rem
sin loves slnlly nnil math,
And with Knowloano nn nom,
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To her, art' and music appeal,
She's motlust null llllu,
Her joy is to swim,
A gill such as tiny ii iannl,
llc lint lloolilos nnll nlinnsl foil nail,
,intl in weight ln lm nollsing io syn.-lo.
Yoo, nos bright and nos glint.
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For ini lessons he always will show.
lonee know n girl nninnll lonnit,
As lo ffinnlls silo .ilwnys hnll many.
slyn loyoel all gona pins,
Ana lisa ani-li loion-n eyes,
sno always noni noun lin n nonny.
:Xl1tlhcl'c's a ylnlug fellow named ml"
Whose pastime is airctaft, he said.
It's an unusual hobby
That we think quite Unobby '
This performing away over head.
"noni Bud" is inn Algebra '-sunk,"
llc loves in Min Kcllyk io nlnk,
Ile drcw wx" in Ton
At logniiilnns nos big,
On nil Dad Q pass he lovcs lo linlynli,
llo collects all inc ooins nine he enn,
Ana ir ionlly is quite n good nlnnl
For if in need
It's nn mol intlnoil
To none money of niosr ony clan.
"Dot's" :lmbitlon's the reaching of school,
We all know iust how she will rule,
With blue :yes and brown hair
Hvight and weight, they're not spare
Bill theyre medium --just general rule.
one fin play to unc's sou one nlninii,
Un pianos with tones on good terms,
The neighbors all hear
If the drummer is near,
Though she dreams, no one listens but germs
"Shorty" Morgan is small, fair and swect,
Shes the busiest girl one could meer.
She attends the G, R.'s,
On the paper she stars,
Fol a good pal she just can't be heat
caonnyinyo innkns o Steinway ring lonil,
And makes music of which we are proud:
Likes Latin and sewing,
To keep all things going,
And she is the worst tease in n crowd,
A liulu bit tallur than Eve feet,
llc likes nothing more lnnn to en,
'Tis certain hc'lI be
A lawyer not made for dofonr.
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Miss Agnes has little to say,
But we know that on some distant day
That she wants to be,
When time she can see,
A teacher of music and play.
This little boy's from our keen tumbling
His good nature and laughs are-they sc
Just full of real pleasure
And that in good measure,
Aria before him excursion joys girarrr.
A kindergarten teacher she'll be
Her favorite exptessiotfs "Oh Gee!"
She likes a good game
Andis always the same.
She will go to K. S. T, C.
This girl you must now call Carlene
This, and Harriet she's chosen between:
And butrerscotch pie
She'll never pass hy,
This by close observation we glean,
lance knew rr hey named Keith
XVho always had pretty white teeth.
He kept his grades high
And loved apple pie,
And always was sore at some thief.
A voting student who like-s tn "do sums,"
And can add without Engers or thumbs.
She cats chicken pie
To keep her mind spty.
Even practicing counting the crumbs.
This tall, blue eyed girl is called "Bill,"
At math she's a very strong will:
For potatoes and pie
She always will sigh,
But from "gym" she does get such a thrill'
Helen Parker likes pie absolutely!
She studies her music minutely.
In the "third times a charm"
She thinks there's no harm.
When reading, she talks very mutely.
PAUL, THELMA ELLEN
This girl has a hobby for teaching.
NVe're glad that it is not for preaching.
With "kids" she is handy,
She treats them with candy.
Their cries for some more are heseeching.
There is nothing would please this girl more
Than to set out to-day for the shore
Of the land of sunsets
Where cares one forgets.
And the noisy Pacific waves roar.
There is a young girl named Penn,
To Normal she's going. and then
She-'ll teach for two years
Without any fears
That her pupils will leave without "ken,"
"Frenchie" is Frenchie all right.
At tennis and golf she's a sight.
She reads and she dances:
She flirts and runs chances
Of getting a dare every night,
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There was a fair girl called "Bobbie,"
NVho says that as golf is her hobby
She wsu Ccrtainly oiry.
As thi: time flies away.
And live in n hotel's cool lobby,
M.1rie.sheis sometimes called "Posic,"
Brown eyes, and llet cheeks are quite rosy.
With a smile to beguile
Sha- thinks life's vi? while
And in class shej strne 'cr ets dov y.
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Nohtooirfof the Borrrsro ir climbed high:
But ours could, and only half try:
For his height is osx feet
QI-Ie eats Kansas whentfl
Arrd his rrrorro is -'Nor-rr roy rho,"
PRCESANG, FERN .IOSlEI'll
This boy works on a Ford. by thc way,
llc never has had much to say:
He makes good in classes
And from them he passes,
That's' one reason why hc's so gay,
Thr writer of this is so bluef
That he dorrhw know what to do rr
This girl's so won irrrowrr
'rhrr he will jrror rrroorr
Hvorr irrrow she's orrr frrvorrrr, don't your
This boy is orrrro rrorrrroi, 'rworrio seem,
He tells us that he likes ice cream.
His hobby is sports.
We learn from reports,
And the life of a farmer's his dream.
El'nor Price Carr be soorr roy day
Going 'round in her nice quiet way,
If you want her she's there
XVithouI causing a care,
"A good friend?" XVC all answer, "Yea
nor six not orrr hoif intlws ron,
Aho rrrorr fond of good basket ball.
He hopes for rorrro roiirgo
And plenty of knowledge.
Arrri he hopes to know oorhorhrrrg of rii.
' It is better to have loved and lost
Than it is lo have loved and not lost,"
In Hvargrw' prooihrrrrrrorr,
Th.ut's his favorite quotation,
For his heart, he to many has tossed.
A clever young lady is Jane,
She has one ambition in main,
By her work we will see
That nn artist she'll be.
We'll hear ofthe honor she'll gain.
All kinds of soup are to Marie
What flowers are to the bee,
And this you should know
Thor to college Shan go
If her name does not change from Rams
Mivs Rapp with red hair and dark uri
Ie, as you'll likely surmiw,
Very happy and witty
Then too. rather pre-ny,
And successful in all that she rlim.
'Say, llalen lo mc," savs Min 'Tccif
"I'll go where :hc resl fear ln lreall
For chile or ple.
Most lhingv I would try.
But. serve me my bivculls in bed."
"Swimming and dancing." says Miss Real.
"Are all the hobbies one person Should nal-ll
Bur in play a banio,
To rm Palace' :Q ga.
Help make up the gay life l lead '
XVc will all misi Virginia Reed
She is very well known. ind:-cil'
Bur, boys, have a rare
For this girl. so fair.
Has red hair: may your collsclcncv lniwlcall
Ar she midfxerm har work was all lliru,
She's jolly--a hard worker lon.
llcr goal she will rrarh
XVhen she smrrs out lo teach,
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Bill likes dancing when all's raid and llunv.
Shvk making a plati-
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And Philly both seem to agree,
For Philly oft quotes
While the enemy gloats
What the captain exclaimed while "ar sea."
A Messenger student is "Merry,"
XVho for sherbct prefers just raspberry.
"VJhat's the fuss," he will ask
As we pore o'er our task
And he helps us along when we larry.
Dan .1 farmer is going to be,
And he'll always he down on his knee
Planting seeds in the ground
The whole long year round:
And if he makes a good one7we'll sec.
A joll ood irl is our "Jer: "
V E E Y,
Always laughing she keeps the crowd merry:
"Yea brother," quoth she,
"At Fairmount l'll be
Next year. Come and see me," says Jerry.
There is a young maiden named Ross,
NVhose hobhy's at baskets to toss,
She says, "Heavens sake!
That basket I'll make
Or all my efforts will be at n loss."
There was s tall boy named Frank.
Who was known to his friends as "I-lankf'
I-le ate pie and rake:
Seldom made a mistake,
And went swimming when close to the bank.
There was a young fellow quite thin.
'Twas math he was interested in:
He worked on it hard,
Nor would he retard
'Till now he's as thin as a pin.
Marvin Roth sticks to radio and gym,
And he works until candles grow dim,
He listens to static
Way up in the attic
And then tunes in again with a vim.
A fun-loving chap is UVic" Rugh,
XVhen he's with you, you never feel blue:
And he's always around
Where some girls can be found,
And he made a good yell leader ron.
RULE, JOHN THEODORE
John Theodore Rule is so tall,
Just six dozen inches in all,
And what's on his mind?
Sleep, most of the time,
For that as a pastime he'd fall.
Banana cream pie is her choice:
She has brown hair, gray eyes, a nice voic
She studies with 7est
1Before a hard testj
And wants someday to own a Rolls-Royce
Her chief delight is making dates
Which one enjoys while another waits:
But she's all true
Is our little Sue
Despite all her Hirry traits.
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And nr ball games to root,
On G. A, A. hlkes she goes walking.
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Her Llvorile expression ls "Sch
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And here is a school girl called "Rufus"
And always she's trying to spoof us,
Polychroming's her hobby,
Now isn'l that "nohby"?
She's headed for some college campus,
This Helen's a scholar, "By heck!"
She jumps on her history's neck:
Her nickname is "Slim,"
And she's clear full of vim,
And next year some college she'll wreck.
Miss "Shookie" likes tennis and hiking,
The latter she does like a Viking,
Eats fruit for her diet:
Reads poem for quiet.
While penmanship is much to her liking
She sat behind acres of books
And studied in corners and nooks:
Reading all that she found, ,
She soon was renowned,
And assumed her most serious looks.
Thisvsweet young fellow they call "Cy"
To sing so nobly doth try
That when he doth sing
The tears he dorh bring
And even small babes do cry. '
There was a tall boy called "Son,"
Who had so exceeding much fun,
He'll soon be a banker,
And maybe some "lanker,"
And when he played golf, always won,
Now ihis is the pretty Miss Belle,
She's learned how to dance very well
So she'll go on the stage
At a very high wage,
Just when she'll begin she won't tell.
Miss Blanche says she would like to be
A school "marm" and know it was she
Who was able to manage
Without any damage
The children whom she often would see,
A senior but that is not all:
Blue eyes and brown hair, six feet tall.
Say. can you all guess
That Smith is the rest,
The Smith who likes history and ball?
There's a Messenger student named Eranci
Who doesn't like socials or dances.
We think it's because
Of the writing he does,
This good-looking boy gets no chances,
Miss Mable likes shows and ice cream,
'Tis said she's much like a sunbeam,
For music some day
She will go far away.
Here's good luck ro her plans and her dreams
Here is a young man called "Bob"
XVho never was known ro sob.
He likes malted milk
And things made of silk,
And we're here to say he's no snob.
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SOLOMON, DOROTIIY STI BISINS, I.Yl7l.X
Ilcr name Qounnls so learned and wiv.
XX'c're Qure ml'1c'llbCAr nfl' a good prize
XVhun She rakcs hvr parr
In :hc world of art,
The best for A girl of im mr.
we ni know A girl, Elric.
who mm always is fiimfiii and gay.
Therc's parking she mas
Ami long country hikes
And ima going tulcatl1,solhHy5ay.
"Olives are good for H am,"
says oinrl whom manner ii quill,
sms Arrive in gym
Ami quite fini of vim.
wma may .hr sw- shc'll buy ir
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XVlnvK snnlc is as briglwi as hur hair.
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Anything that hr has he will lcall.
Anything that he :an hc will mend.
So I rn cure wir will say
Aw wi- hai n milav
Thar hc'5 worthx' ul bving callunl lricml
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Whose hair is 'must always in curl
AQ a dancer shc'w Hnv,
But for George shy does pine:
Thu slalc that if naar Norlh Ilalmra.
Ilia mannfrs ai: lining,
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A reknowned writer this girl will he
With records of highest degree.
"Mary Liz" has the 'irep"
Of supplying the pep,
One reason we'll miss her, you see.
Lucille is the next one in line,
Her good looks are simply divine,
Never makes a mistake-
No advice will she take-
Invitations from boys she'll decline.
There is a young girl that I know
XVho certainly knows how to sew,
She's modest and shy.
But sometimes she'll sigh,
'-oh shoot an I've spotted ar, my ohf"
STRONG, VERA MAY
She was born with a taste for candy,
Everyday she eats all that is handy,
She has dark hair and eyes
And they tell you no lies,
On .1 hike Vera Strong is a dandy.
A reporter must question for news,
And like Sherlock must follow her clues,
So she shadows the trail
' In the quest ofa tale,
I'hat's sufhciently spicy to use.
Irma is lively and gay.
And a prospective "Steno" they say,
She intends to report
In some notable court
ana earn Q high salary some day.
To dance onthe stage "Pat" will go
To try to get work with young "lilo,"
We know she'll succeed
And star, yes indeed,
And have the best act in the show.
Here follows another boy, "Bill,"
Who never of dates gets his till,
l-le's a young Irish lad
Who takes after his dad,
An architect can't break his will.
I'll tell of another one too,
Whose eyes are exceedingly blue.
He likes to play soccer.
And cares for no knocker.
And makes a real pal good and true,
Young Taylor, so young and so slim,
Is great at rough playing in gym.
And when he does eat
Says hash can't be beat,
And like a big Esh he does swim.
She likes the collecting of things:
Of poems, of stamps, and of rings.
Although good in the rest,
lt's in Math that shes best:
And also quite often she sings.
Bright sweaters with t'Russ" are .1 pan
Tho' his banjo is dear to his heart.
Now potatoes and meat
He likes best to ent.
But this lad prefers chem'stry and art.
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tins mln' nnd ripping old rhang
At times docs endeavor to Sing
Much tvnnis he plays
4 On thc lung Summa days
Till the ball o'cr the fcnce lnl-ws its wing
P H THOMAS, tsuni
'Tom A lawyer has chosen tn hr.
If in fonrt him you hnpprn to rev,
Don't think by mismkc
Tha- law he did brenk --
Hen rherc to roller: his just ics.
THOMAS, I-lliR.'Xl D
He likes so to hunt and catch nsh,
Plum pudnangw his fnvnritc rum,
He likes to hunt duck
Anti has fairly good niet,
And working on :mx is his wich.
she nm ro make music .ind paint,
And neither one nmkcs her feel faint,
XVill writn for magazines
Ere shr's out of htr ta-env.
And She is quite swcct and quite quaint
A bushel of fun is our "Tnvcv"
But each teacher rhnt has him inn ini-rx
His sails he unfurls,
Anti gm scouring io, gnu.
In his Buick they sznrt for thtir grni-rw
, TRACY, RUDOLPH JOSliPll
Jqseplw Tracy wbo's nicknamed Young.l01,'
I.ikeS to play and he nm much lo rn.
On trips with thc band
And travels inf land,
Thrrt- s strange plnccs he wiSlicm to know,
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it itnnnt .nnrnig niny A irw,
I tar lin likes ics Crum.
Anti im A any rimnn
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A tall clark-uytxi girl is XYcldcn2,
xvnn cnlm u-inning n-nw thc it bw
Taking xlrollx tltwxvn llic hall,
But thcn that isn't nll,
liar she likrx much In rout fm our twin
This very innnang wan'
:Xhout our ,nw Mgr rum mn rimff,
xx'arn.iunn1r or A grin
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Our xxitnn N A inrirn in rhu nmking,
Tlwv xttuicv hr runtls luv: ux xlmking.
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In "Galli" we'll always rejoice
For she has a remarkable voice:
She always is trilling
And to sing is most willing.
And can suit almost anyone's choice.
Rather tall, awfully pretty and sweet,
For a pal she's hard no be heat.
Jim likes nothing better
Than getting a letter
From someone she hopes soon to meet.
.Peggy Waters likes best just to talk
And delights in taking a walk.
The subject of art
Is next to her heart.
And in this she is sure not to balk.
I-Iere's to the small boy called Wirt,
Did you ever see him not at work?
Says hc, "l'll l'-eat you,
ThenI'll go to K. U,
And there is no time to shirk,"
Now "Red" is a lad of six feet.
XVho thinks that our gym can't be beat:
And pudding and creams
He eats while he dreams
Of rivals in printing to meet,
A bright "Sunbeam Rooter" is "Liz,"
At crosswording I vow she's a whiz.
But what puzzles me
Is how she can be
As sensible now as she is.
A question he'll argue all day
And whatever opponents may say
He always wins out,
There's never a doubt
Bur the other one's wrong in some way.
Now here is a boy who likes books,
For "Sports" and "Inventions" he looks.
But this I do know
A-fishing l1e'll go
XVlren summer thaws out all the brooks,
Frances Vlentz claims her nickname is "Frank
It is said she won't make a good "crank,"
'Cause she's cheerful and smiling,
Mem'ry books she's compiling,
She's one girl on whom you can bank.
A young cub reporter is i'Myrt,"
Whom we all think exceedingly pert,
But she says with a smile
That it isn't worth while
For someone who's working, to flirt.
No nickname does this girl possess.
Her fav'rit foods pie, she'll confess.
She is rather tall
And her mind is not small.
On hist'ry, I think, is her stress.
"Just give me fried chicken or quail,"
Is this hoy's somewhat mild wail,
"I like swimming and ball.
But band best of all,"
Said "Brother" while playing a scale.
Hut name is Vfalclcnll NVlghl,
She studies her lessons at night.
Shc's .1 wonderful cook
Ana likes n good lwnlt.
'Dc.ln" always dld what wax rlglll
Sometimes they mll him tough Bnrlix,
Hz :arcs not wllh whom hc tlors mlb..
On the fool-lmll line
Or thc bascnbllll nlnv.
Just so he can get in somv lltkx
"ml" lhlnltl n nnnln be lnll of inn
To someday n fonnnng ht-nn run
llc spends fnnny nlfllis
On Juicy grctn nlfklys
Anil llkm fnlnlng ull any in my inn
A my young man nnmfd llnn,
At one time wa: forcrd tm put on
A small black mustache
And hair touzllcd with wh,
For A plny, lo svll :mm toupuni
Wll.l IAMS, GliAC'li
Now Gmac lllww hcl' Spnninh .intl tnlving
She says that ll's all in thc knowing,
To lrnrn the nnpllnnfy
Of clomrstir science.
'l'n college Qhc Soon will bl going .
Shy will with kindcrgnttcn ynlnnlnyl
If ln, plnny .ln nn: fllnnnn nny wax
Will uhm- bc very Grm
In her nm tcnChlng lcrml
Wait .ind sea lirwt bcforl- unc mn nnl
,l llllurc lll nluvlc has 'D-'lldgutf'
slim llvcly'al1d.llwavs n angst,
Dark cakc n ln mode
For teducingk lwr codv.
And ylnw lnnppy as nny Young lsnllgyl.
my famrizc: nn vngll nntl nn,
lfnlnl num she'd hate lots tn pm.
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llc nfl.-n mm. N.-yn my un:
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lfllnw mm him nnll y-nn n-.ll not ,lyll
llcrfn .l intl lanly fellow fnllytl Dick,
Of tht gnu ln ll tnklng ln: pack.
Thu' my tlnnlgnll, l Nippon
Aft of wlnnyltl intl Rnw.
llc l not lily Snml nwpll. low nl
.Xt lvnnlx lhiw boy is A yhnrk,
.M ,ln vnllinccr hu'll nuke A mark,
Next four ymtn hill bc
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ul hnnly wc hnyl yln nl cl nm,
llvr plminw ll talking.
lfll-r hobby an walking.
Spnghtlli And clwcw she dcxlrt-N
OI subjects he favors not one.
His studies to him are just fun.
At golf he will play,
And maybe some day,
As a lawyer he'll he number "onc.'
This fiii- gin works through nights hiiii ary.
While producing new iiiirihherre Phys,
She his aint lovely hair
Anti she gives it good mi,
Andis i hire phi ih in ways.
She laughs and the world does, you sec
She sighs and I'm sure so do we.
She's slender and fair,
Has brown eyes and hair:
And :i true pal we find her to be.
Psychology fascinates her,
She studies what reasons there were
For your laughter and renrs.
Your most hair-raising fears.
Why hysteria oft will occur,
Z.mhn's .1 brown-eyed good looking brunette.
A good friend to all, you can ber,
You just wait till she smiles
Then your heart she beguiles,
And you'll think shc's the best you have met,
Oh "Sheila" is an athletic fan,
llc eats all he can of Post's Bran,
lIc'll sell real estate
Ar some future dnre,
And become n great business man,
GUNTHER, ANNA MAY
OFFICERS Ol? JUNIOR CLASS
l'r-es1'dcnz+Howard Fullingron Treasurer-Toni Churchill
Vice President-George McCormick Sergeant-at-urms-Dick Thompson
Secretary-Lois Mclntire Yell Leaders-Harry Perkins
.-liluiser-Mr, J, C, XVoodin
HE Juniors have been concerned for the most part in making grades and
- they have succeeded remarkably well as can be seen from their honor roll
5:55555 record. -Thepresident of the class has distinguished himself as a member
of the victorious basket ball team, The Juniors have presented several
plays under the direction of Miss McBride. They must be commended on their
effective and unusual advertising. At the last of the year it was the lot of the
Juniors to decorate the Forum for the graduation exercises.
OFFICERS of SOPHMORE CLASS
President-Henry Steele Treasurer-Claire Sutter
Vice President-Robert Heckard Sergcunl-alfarms-Oscar Asman
Secretary-Marian Brown Yell l.earler.s7Julius Simonet
Aclvziser--Miss Lucy Hall. Miss Bessie Green,
Mr. XV. NV. Patterson, Mr. VU. D, Royer.
have quickly learned the traditions of our school and have done much to
V preserve them They hut shovl ed ambition in having a party during
MM" their first year. It was planned to be a Valentine party but was post-
poned until April Hrst. April foolish games mixed the crowd and all were
feeling jolly for the program which followed. Then came an indoor track
meet or rather a 'ltake off" on one. Some of the refreshments had not been
"doctored" for the occasion-some of them had. XVith a big "April Fool!"
they went home.
HE class of '27 is the largest to have entered Wichita High School, They
The rest of the year was spent in an effort to make themselves Juniors,
and as could be expected, the most of the Sophomores succeeded.
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ISS Hodgson has planned. organized. and is now the teacher of the Social
English Classes. The Social English Club was organized from the Social
i T English Classes.
No plays are attempted because of lack of time. but such things as
impromptu speeches, telephone calls, toasts, and various other speeches are
worked on in class. At one time an election campaign was studied in which
every point Was developed, including the nominating speeches and the inaugural
The most interesting factor of this course is the notebooks. Every class
makes up one notebook. to which each student contributes at least one article.
The book, which is printed on a very heavy and attractive paper, contains plays.
poems, prose. write-ups of many kinds. a class prophecy. a class will, and humor.
About 4000 people were able to see the two Shakespearian plays presented
at the high school this spring by the Elizabethan Players. This company was
brought here through the Extension Department of the University of Kansas,
and under the management of Miss Knickerbocker.
'AThe Merchant of Venice." was given in the afternoon for the high school
student body, while, "The Taming ofthe Shrew," was presented in the evening
for students as well as the public.
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MISS HODGSOINYS lfllfTH HOUR SOCIAL lQNGl.lSH CLASS
EEEE Mag? EIQQBEYW E EEEEEEE A E
Sport Editor ,,.,,
L L ,HKATHERINE HUSTON
L JEANETTE GUY, MARX' GEORGE,
L L MAC CAHAL
, MARY ELIZABETH STOKES
Exchange Editor ,,,,,,
Radio Editor ,,,,
School L,L,,,, LUCILLE MILLER
Mail, LLLL L A .L L L L GABRIEL DROLLINGER
Wilbert Mueller, Richard Fisher, James Knorr. Fred Ker-
nan, Harlan Algeo and Mac Cahal,
Prmtmg Advisor L, ,,L,,,, ,LLLL,L,,,,,,, L , , L, , Mr. Frank Fee
Advisor ....,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,, , L,,L, , ,,,, , , ,,,, Miss Lucile I-lildinger
Nila Allen Jane Evans Marian Goldsmith Eva Jenner
Edyth Marshall Isabel Babcock Claude Gaylord Myrtledea Warts
Merrill Roff Luann Melbourne Elizabeth Morgan Letha Chamness
Norma Suhm Virginia Reed Catherine Nitschke Vic Rugh
Della Mae Allen
lVlARGARET BIRD, LETHA Cl-IAMNESS
E, FRANK SwANsoN
Miss LUCILLE HILDINGER
Mary Elizabeth Stokes
Miss GLADYS BATH
,, MR. FRANK EEE
Vice Presz'dent+Robert McCormick
HE Pythagorean Club is one of the oldest. if not the oldest, club in school
someone presents a specially prepared talk on some subject related to
Its purpose is to promote interest in mathematics. At each club meeting
mathematics. These talks are very beneicial as well as entertaining Miss
Bessie Green is club sponsor. Members are:
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PYTHAGOREAN CLUBWV tw-2-xfMLt'f 5 .W t .,,,
P1'exz'dent--Aytche Stewart Swgeunl-ul-urnis-Rowland Benn
Vice President-James Knorr Secretary-Camille Dunn
J. H. Korb B. XV. Truesdell
Its Prevention and Cure at the first meeting. The lecture was one of
, the best given during the year. He has been asked to repeat the lecture
' 'Wg' for the benefit of those who did not hear it. Dr. A. P. Gearhart, a bone
specialist, also of the Wichita Hospital, gave an illustrated lecture on bone
grafting, using slides and bone of veal. Dr. H. Terrill, a young physician
lectured on the "Relations of Chemistry to Health and Diseasef' He brought
out distinctly that health was only the result of normal chemical action, and
that disease was the result of abnormal action. Chemical reactions explain the
whole process of life, health and disease. Other doctors have given talks on
equally interesting subjects.
R. H. F. Hyndman, ofthe XVichita Hospital staff gave a talk on "Diabetis,
sew ' ' Y
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Vice President-Clifford Cloukey
Sponsor-W. T, Emery
MEMBERSHIP COMMITTEE PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Gladys Salter, Chairman Susan Keith, Chairman
Dean Chipp Paul Boyer
Leroy Hammond Maurice Lample
Elizabeth Ford Camille Dunn
PECIAI. reports on birds, animals and various species of dogs and horses
are given at club meetings and slides are often shown, many of which are
scenes from nature, At one time Mr. A. L. Hickman gave a talk on birds
found during the summer in Indiana. He also gave some information
concerning the bird collections in museums.
the text book as a basis. Retercnce reading is taken from various books.
f The minimum requirement for reference reading is about 25 pages a week.
Notebooks are required which contain the assignment for each day and
notes on the references that have been read
MERICAN history is studied in the classes with a problem viewpoint and
The class work consists of general discussion and special reports, Outlines
are also made by the students from certain subjects assigned by the teacher.
Current topics are discussed in the classes through general discussion and
special reports. The bulletin board offers an opportunity for display of pic-
tures, posters, and clippings, illustrative of the problem under discussion.
One of the methods by which an attempt is made to vitalize history is the
use of illustrative material for the period the classes are studying. These articles,
such as War relics, newspapers of the period, letters, deeds and other documents,
and articles of dress. are brought to the classes by the students and examined and
Some of these have been placed in the display case in the front corridor so
the other students interested may see them, It is hoped that when the school
has a suitable place for caring for the relics, persons who have this material will
be Willing to loan or donate articles for the use in the American History Museum.
MISS ARMSTRONGS SIXTH HOUR AMERICAN HISTORY CLASS
COMMERCIAL EFFICIENCY CLUB
President-Hilda Long Treasurer-James Park
Vice President-Helen Barrit Sponsors-Miss Lottie Green,
Secretary-Belle Smed Miss Kathryn Brown
HIS club which has Hfty-six members, has for its purpose the desire to
promote a commercial interest among students. Various phases of busi-
gxzvs ness life were discussed at club meetings this year. Some of the subjects
" ' X' were 'iAdvertising," HSalesmanship," "Co-operation After Leaving High
School," and 'Business Opportunities." The club has also had a series of talks
by business men of associated business houses.
The commercial department offers subjects from which a student may
obtain a good education Without taking a business course after he has graduated
from high school.
Some of the subjects offered are salesmanship, commercial law, penmanship,
business aritmetic, commercial geography, bookkeeping, shorthand, typewriting,
and business English.
The teachers in the department are Mr. Miller, Mr. Hickman, Miss Lottie
Green, Miss Burk, Miss Stoz, Miss Boyd, and Miss Brown.
COMMERCIAL EFFICIENCY CLUB
HEN the high school was moved into the new building, the machine shops
were added as a new department. The work was installed under Mr.
555,55 O. B. Badger, who was director of industrial education at that time, with
Mr. Yingling as instructor. rl his year the work has been carried on with
Mr. Marion Smith as instructor.
The purpose of this department is strictly vocational, that is, it is not
taught as a trade. but it endeavors to give the boy a working knowledge and
an insight into the metal working trades, so that later he might secure a position
in one of these remunerative fields of work.
The equipment consists of one milling machine, one twenty-four inch by
twenty-four inch planer. two drill presses, one power hack saw, one shaper,
one grinding stand, and eleven engine lathes. All hand tools used by the boys
are furnished and kept in the tool room and checked out by them.
Other courses offered in this department are: printing, mechanical and
architectural drawing, practical electricity. cabinet work. wood turning. pattern
making, and auto mechanics.
Each department is well equipped and in every way the shops stand second
HE Household Arts Department is a large division of Wichita High School.
- It is divided into five departments, that of food, clothing, millinery, home
55,435 decoration and home management.
MXH In the food department are the cooking classes, which include a
study of the composition and fuel value of foods, methods of cooking, meal
planning and serving. These food courses help the girls to organize their work
and prepare Well balanced meals in their homes.
The clothing courses include a study of textiles and the finished fabric:
of clothing budgets and clothing construction. In the first year simple gar-
ments are made, such as blouses or kimonos. During the second year, more is
completed, While in the third year a fancy dress, and a suit or coat are made.
The millinery is a course offered to learn the simple process of hat making.
Different types of brims and of crowns are made from inexpensive materials for
practice. Three hats are completed by each girl during the semester.
Home decoration is a brief study of the development of domestic architec-
ture from the beginning of civilization down to the present time. There are
study of floor plansg principles of design and decorating: period furniture:
choice of fabrics and good selection of rugs, curtains and draperies.
In home management the topic of the home is most thoroughly discussed:
family life and the managing of the homeg plans are made for a convenient
home and every Wednesday nursing is taught.
COOKING CLASS. IN DINING ROOM
N the Latin department this year one of the 9A classes has made a close
- study into Roman private life. The students have made a pasteboard
3:54:44 house of Roman design filled with furnishings in keeping with the idea.
MMT' Small dolls dressed in the flowing type of garments which were afected
by the people of that time were placed in the house. This is a new idea which
has been tried in order that the students may have a more concrete vision of
The Cicero classes study Cicero's orations and then make oral reports of
some definite phase of them.
The Virgil students have the opportunity of making either two note
books or an oral report on topics from Virgil.
One of the note books, a "Virgil Illustration" book, may be Hlled with
their own illustrations or special pictures which the instructor orders for them.
The other book is called "Who's Who in Heaven" and is illustrated with pic-
tures of the ancient gods, goddesses, and heroes. These characters are chosen
from the many mythological stories concerning the Greek after life.
MISS I-IORNOR'S FIFTH HOUR CAESAR CLASS
FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS SECOND SEMESTER OFFICERS
President-Frank Clewell President-Hilda Connor
Vice President-Zelma Beaman Vice Presidenr-Paul Elgin
SFCFQIHFQI--l'llld3 Connor Secretary--Kathleen Miller
Treasurer-Grace Goodnoe Treasurer-Lewis Jewett
Sergeant-al-arms-Elmer McCune Sergeant-at-arms--Rowland Bean
Several programs and parties were held by the members of the Spanish
Club this year. They started their activities by having a Weiner roast in Sep-
tember. At their Christmas party, Juan Rodriquez entertained them With an
account of Christmas in Mexico. The largest affair of the year was the cos-
tume party given in February. The feature of the evening was the club
prophecy given in Spanish by Rowland Bean and Warren Davis.
The purpose of the Spanish Club is to give Spanish students of the school
a chance to speak and hear more Spanish.
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TEACHERS' NORMAL TRAINING CLUB
OFFICERS FOR FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS FOR SECOND SEMESTER
President-Mable Searl PreszdenI1lone Currier
Vice Presidenl-Floan Chapman Secretaru and Treasurer-Pauline Craig
Secretary and Treasurer-Marie Poe Chzlirmun of Program Commillee-
New subjects are chosen every six weeks.
Members are as follows: Marie Poe. Isabelle Babcock. Mabel Searl, Helen Rav, Agnes
Sanborn, Dorothy Moore, Olive Rapp. Dorothy l,appin. Hazel Millard, Theola Fish, lone Cur-
rier, Pauline Craig. Martha Clayton, Maude Cunningham, Mildred Foster. Viola Briggs, Helen
Jordon, Mabel Clement. Mary Edith Bacher. Vvfinifred Bish. Claudia Hitt. Jaunita Craig.
The object of the T. N. T. Club is to create an interest in the Normal Training Course
of Wichita High School. to furnish information needed in teaching. and to provide for social ac-
All normal training juniors and seniors are eligible to membership and all the members
are planning on teaching, but probably not all of them will take positions this fall.
T, N. T. CLUB
OFFICERS FOR FIRST SEMESTER OFFICERS FOR SECOND SEMESTER
President-Geraldine Shelly President-Betty Postlewaite
Vice President-Eugene Laird Vice President-Charles Jones
Secretary-Rebecca Burton Advisor-Miss Bare
Treasurer-Neva Vvlood Secretary-Jean Smyser
During the early club meetings the students learned to draw stick Hgures
While later they drew each other's profiles. One of the most interesting programs
of the year was a talk on "Modern Oil Paintings," by Mr. E. L. Davison. No
parties could be given this year as everyone was busy with other activites. The
club meetings were held every other Monday evening after school.
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HERE were four debates this year The subject of the first was. "Resolved
that the United States should cancel all financial obligations due from
gggjgjg the governments of the Allies on account of the World War." This was
MM' debated with Newton and Arkansas City, The second subject Was,
"Resolved that the United States should prohibit all immigration for five years."
The teams met with Enid and Oklahoma City for the last debates. All were
open forum and non-decision debates.
The effective speaking students entering the National Oratorical Contest
on the Constitution were John Rossel, Paul Boyer, Adolph Ohrvall. Helen
Shoemake, Lois Mclntire, Mary Riddle. Hershel Holden, Vernon Burlie, Louis
Gerteis, and Ralph Bertholf. John Rossel, speaking on "Hamilton and the
Constitution," won first place, Paul Boyer and Adolph Ohrvall tied for sec-
Winlield Won in the district meet so Vv'ichita was out of the race.
DEBATE AND ORATORY
AlErmut1'ue-Paul Boyer. Pearlanna Beloof.
Negative-Franklin Edwards. Walter Kessler.
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Anita Faye Constant
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,, Gladys Stables
E presentation of the Senior class play is one of the big events of the year
and the goal toward which every dramatic student works. It is the last
gxfifw play of the year and the proceeds go to the Senior class.
"Just Like Judy" was chosen as the presentation this year, because of its
unusual plot and attractive setting. The story takes place in the studio of
'iput-it-off" Peter Kepple, an artist. For five years, because of the War and
other distractions, he has "put off" his marriage to Beatrice Draycott. "Judy"
McCarthy, an impulsive, "fix-it" friend of Beatrice, takes it upon herself to
make Peter, Whom she has never seen, do it now. She masquerades as a model,
and through an unusual accident makes Peter believe that he is married to her.
Instead of Peter's finding such a union disgusting, he finds he quite likes it-
and Judy. Judy discovers that Peter "put-off" marrying Beatrice because he
had ceased to care for her. The appearance of the model, whose name Judy has
assumed, further complicates matters: but, when Beatrice bolts with another
artist. things Work out nicely.
SENIOR CLASS PLAY CAST
BOYS' DOUBLE QUARTET
The school quartets and sextet were organized by Miss Blanche Harvey. They ave sev
eral assemblies during the year and in February broadcasted a program from station WEAH
at the Broadview Hotel.
SCHOOL QUARTETS AND SEXTET
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among the student body Each reporting room chose one of its members
QMM to act as agent for the Messenger to that room. The duties of represen-
'MM tatives were to give out tickets to the regular subscribers and sell extra
tickets for the paper, sell magazines, and take annual subscriptions.
HIS year the Messenger class has for the iirst time had representatives
Members: Virgie Meredith, Helen Page, Gladys Salter, Richard Thomp-
son, Mary Esther Wendell, Asa Bivins, Lula Chacon, C. J. Crum, Gladys Ham-
mer, Thomas Ireland, Phan Nelsons, llus Moran, Lloyda Ripley, Florence
Tucker, John Torry, Margaret Schnoor, Elberta Sturn, Fern Wilt, Bernice
Wilcox, Zoe Nelson, Madge Metcalf, XVayne Allee, Jack Clark, Eloise Brown,
Avis Kennedy, Fred Kernan, Geraldine Shelley, Logan Woolley, Wallace
Hammer, Sara Jones, Susan Keith, Rufus Rogers, Floyd LePorin, Elizabeth
Carr, Dwight Beaman, Sidney Brick, Helen Camp, Naomi Richardson, James
Davis, Hermine Friedson, Geraldine Hammond, Velma Harris, Bernice Hull,
Forrest Kimball, Reid Lavender, Cecil McKee, Chester Miller, Marian Christ-
man, Marie Moeckel, Harry Giwosky, Helen Rockwood, Jean Smyser, Henry
Steele, Rose VanCleve, Evelyn Watkins, Kathleen Amholz, Louise Christman,
Dorothy Deal, Godfrey House and Carolyn Kirkwood. Miss Lucille Hildinger
irl eeerne luh
GIRL RESERVE CABINET
President-Dorotha Yeager Treasurc-'r4Mary Dean Scott
Vice President-Ruth Dockum Faculty Advisor-Miss May Howes I
Secretary-Sara Jones Association Advisor-Miss Sue Katherine
Service--Margaret Bird. chairman. Vera Strong. Margaret Goodyear. Mary Dorothy Collyer.
Mary Katherine McKenzie. Advisor-Miss M. Bird Vv'eimar.
Membership-Ruth Dockum, chairman, Leah Allender. Dorothy Lehman. Louise Preston.
Ruthelma Rombold. Advisor-Miss Marguerite Bliss.
Program-Katherine Huston. chairman, Geraldine Shelley, Katherine Petrie. Ruthelma
Rombold. Advisor-Miss Pearl Adams.
Social-Margaret Preston, chairman, Susan Keith. Jeannette Guy. Marie Ramsey. Advisor
-Miss Dorothy Robb.
Ways and Means-Mary Evelyn Easton, chairman, Helen Daratt. Marie Poe. Advisor-
Miss May Howes.
Publicity-Lois McIntire, chairman, Sybil Reynolds, Virginia Hagan. Floann Chapman.
Advisor-Miss Gladys Bare.
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GIRL RESERVE PROGRAM.
I-Estes Park Meeting
22-"Three Pills in a Bottle"
5-International Race Conference
I0-World Fellowship Moving
Big and Little Sister Campaign
-New Girl Party
ll-My Ideal Girl
Z 5-Great Women
3-Rough or Smooth Road
17-Down Petticoat Lane
24-Girls in Industry
31--Street of Precious Pearls
April Z8-Meeting of '24 Girls
Picture May 5-Mother-Daughter Tea
Dec. I7-Christmas Meeting May IZ-Estes Park Meeting
Jan. 7-lV'.usical Program May I9-Senior Farewell
Jan. 14-Child Labor
Preszdenl-Marvel Nordyke Secretary-Janice Hayden
Vice President-Dorothy Wulfmeyer Treasurer-Helen Brown
Advisor-Miss Alice Bell
Program-Ruth Caswell Service-Elizabeth Carey
Ivuys and Means-Louise Lawrence Social-Ruth Gillett
The Sophomore Triangle is a part of the Girl Reserve Club. It was organ-
ized to help the Sophomore girls become acquainted with high school activities,
It presented several Girl Reserve programs during the year and was in full charge
of the February New Girl Party.
GIRL RESERVE RIFLE CLUB
President-Mary Dean Scott SecretaryfTreasurer-Mary Evelyn Easton
Vice President-Julia XVoods Advisor-Miss Edna Yetter
The Girl Reserve Rifle Club is a fully qualified Junior Winchester Club.
It was organized this year by the regular Girl Reserve Club.
Mary Dorothy Collyer
Alice Virginia Cowell
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Preslident-Gwendolyn Olerson SUCl'L'lllL'lf'I,OlS Rent!
Vice Prt-sidenlilluthelma Staten Treasurer-Martha Penn
rlcivisor-YlX'irs. P. M. Bell
Social-Roberta Hill Program-Sadie Graves
Membership-Ruthelma Staten Ways and il1Pt1V7S'Sl'JJffOfl Parrish
The Girls' Blue Triangle Club organized a glee club which gave several
programs this year. The girls, also, took a very prominent part in "Milestones,"
a historical pageant of their race. which was given by the negroes of the city in
N1-lTlONflL HONOR SOCIETY
President-Walter Kessler SUCI'E'ltII'U-Ti't'4IXLlfL'!"B'iJYj,lAl'Cl Sluanklin
Vice President-Mary George Sponsor--Miss Ape!
HE purpose of the National Honor Society is to encourage the develop-
- ment of character, scholarship, leadership and service. among high school
MM' The members are as follows: Della Mae Allen. Isabelle Babcock.
Margaret Bird. Paul Boyer, Rebecca Burton. Spencer Cates. Frank Clewell. Ruth
Dockum, Gabriel Drollinger. Mary Evelyn Easton, Margaret Goodyear. Galen
Graham, George Gsell, Jeannette Guy, Virginia Hagan. Katherine Huston. Doro-
thy Lehmann, Roger Lemon. Edith Marshall. LeRoy McAdams. Robert E.
McCormick, Tom Morrison. Dorothy Painter, Kathryn Petrie. Betty Postle-
Waite, John Pottenger, Helen Ray, Jasamine Salmon. Mary Dean Scott. Ger-
aldine Shelly, Helen Shoemake, Elona Skaer. Olive Spencer, Evelyn Starr,
Lucille Tener, Henry Walters, Wirt XVarren, Elizabeth Nelle, Neva Wood,
David Yabrof, and Dorotha Yeager.
President-Hazel Matlock Tremsurvrflfloann Chapman
Vice President-Harold Rodda Yell l.euder-Don Purcell
Secretary-Esther Schell Reporler-Leona XValclen
HE Sunbeam Rooters Club was organized to create, maintain, and
- promote pep. All red haired students and teachers in high school are
5,5455 considered as members and' those who have not actually enrolled in the
MM' club are known as "dead timber." The faculty advisors are Mrs. Hull,
Miss Severance, Miss Weimar, and Mr. Hickman. Active 'irootersw are as
Rose Van Cleve
Veda Louise Crouse
La Verne Robinson
Lillie Bell Preston
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President ,,,,,,,,, ,Leone Vifilson
Vice President , , ,, Helen Schuler
Secretary ,, , , ,, , , ,, Susan Keith
Treasurer , , , , ,, Margaret Hutchinson
Sergeant-al-arms ,, , ,, , , Marvel Nordyke
HE Girls' Athletic Association was organized to promote higher athletics
- and good sportsmanship among the girls. It has been organized for a
335545 number of years. This year the unnecessary meetings were abandoned
MM' and the girls worked each week on stunts or tried to pass tests to win a
shield. A shield was awarded to the girls who passed five out of six of the fol-
lowing stunts: Profile posture test, Red Cross beginners swimming test or
swimmers test or Junior life saving test, lO mile hike, pass examination on two
games, four National games, lO out of 15 stunts, And a chevron was given
each girl who was on a class team.
The sports which the girls worked on were volley ball, soccer, basketball,
swimming. baseball and tennis. A hike was planned for each month during
the school year.
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BOYS' ATHLETIC COACHES
Coach i'Skip" Hinman and his squad of Blue and White
warriors came through the football season with the best records
made by any Wichita football team for the past live years, win-
ning seven games and losing but two. There was more enthu-
siasm for football in VJ. H. S, this past year than ever before.
At the beginning of the season more than fifty men reported for
practice of which there were a number of veterans from last year,
Added to this there were several men from out of town schools
and also some from the intermediates.
The team took a number of out of town trips, the longest
of which was one to Little Rock, Arkansas, where they defeated
the high school, which claimed the championship of the south-
west. by a score of 36 to 6.
Although the squad was made up of a hard playing and ag-
gressive squad of men who played team work all the time, it was
not without the individual star. Fred Brickell, playing his
third year on the team, was chosen on the all-state team for the
The total scores for the season were as follows:
Newton ,,,,, , ,, ,,,, 6 W. H. S. 9
Lnid , , , , H ,, 7 W. H. S. 20
Arkansas City W l4 W. H. S, 29
Little Rock W , ,,,,,, 6 W. H. S. 36
Oklahoma City ,,,,, 21 W. H. S. 0
Topeka - , , 2 W. H. S. 14
Kansas City , O W. H. S. Z8
Florence H. , ,Y , I3 W. H. S. 6
Chcrryvalc ,,,,,, 0 W. H. S. 6l
Total , , , 69 248
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BASKET BALL SUMMARY
The Wichita High School basket ball team went through
. a most successful year, winning second place in the Arkansas
Valley League and winning the State Championship for the
first time in more than a decade, The team was defeated by
but one team in the league, Newton. The railroaders defeated
W. H. S. four times, twice in the league games and one each
in the sectional and district meets, By being runner up in
the sectional meet after being defeated by Newton, we earned
the right to go to the state meet where after defeating Dodge
City, champions of the western part of the state, Haven, and
the strong team from Emporia, we played the Newton team for the fifth time
of the year. In this game, which meant more than the rest of the games all
together, the Blue and White team completely outclassed the railroaders in all
phases of the game and won by the score of Zl to 16. After winning the State
Championship the team left immediately for the national tourney at Chicago,
Illinois, where they won the National Championship.
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The team was coached by A. R. Young who was coaching his first year
of High School basket-ball. Mr. Gallagher was assistant coach.
Wichita had a very good team on both defense and offense. Paul Fowler,
and Captain Berry Dunham, three times chosen as an All-Valley Guard, and
twice chosen on the All-State team, further honored by being made captain
of the All-State team for this year, were two of the best guards in the state. On
the offense, W. H. S. boasted of Churchill, one of the leading scorers of the
league, and Howard Fullington, one of the fastest, if not the fastest man in the
A. V. L. McBurney was chosen by a local newspaper sport writer as an All-
Valley forward although he played center on the regular squad. Others on the
squad were Crossette, forward: Barrington, center and forward: McCormick,
center: and Pierpont, forward.
The total score made by the Wichita team was over 300 more than the
total score made by their opponents in all the games. The score being Wichita
808 and all other teams 534.
Wichita High also won the championship of the city by defeating Cathe-
dral High twice.
OUR LITTLE GOLD MAN
NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TROPHY
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SOCCER TEAMS guppefy TUMBLING TEAMS KLOLUEFI
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NTIL two years ago Wichita High Qchool had never been particularly
interested 1n any others than the major sports but with the coming of
RWM Mr. Graves to W. H. S. as a gymnasium instructor, the minor sports
X under his able coaching immediately came to the front. Last year there
were both gym teams and tumblers of but mediocre ability but this year we have
had two expert teams which have demonstrated before the public several times.
the tumbling team especially winning recognition.
Mr. Hedrick, another new coach this year has had charge of the wrestling
and swimming teams. The wrestling team was not defeated all year at any
dual meet. The team went to Stillwater, Oklahoma, to the Oklahoma state
meet but failed to take any places although several Blue and White grapplers
showed real ability which will be developed in the hopes of a very strong team
next year. Unable to secure opponents the swimming team had to be content
with class meets, which were won by the Juniors.
Mr. Graves coached the soccer and tennis teams. The soccer team played
several games with Friends University and won all of them.
EVER before have girls athletics been as prominent in XV. H, S. as in the
past year. The girls' coaches were Misses Krupp, Herriford, Fox, Hastie.
ww and Daugherty, The year l025 has been a banner year in the
' A development of interest in sports among girls. The Sophomore class
especially showed much enthusiasm and consequently won most of the honors
in the girls' sports.
Girl baseball teams were chosen from the various classes and games played
to determine the championship, which was nnally won by the Sophomore team.
The teams were coached by Miss Hastie. ln this as in all other sports the girls
were under rigid training rules.
Girl soccer teams were chosen this year for the nrst time in the entire history
of the school. Boys soccer teams had been organized for the past several years,
but with the coming of Miss Hastie to XV. H. S. as a girls' gym instructor the
sport quickly became a favorite pastime among many of the girls, and interclass
games were played. The Sophomore class won the championship,
Two girls' swimming teams Were picked from many candidates for the
class teams and several meets were held. The Seniors were victorious. Miss
Daugherty coached the teams. Over fifty girls passed the beginning life saving
test and several girls were Working on the senior life saving test.
Girls' basket ball had gained a strong foothold in the school under the
coaching of Miss Hastie. Glass teams in this sport were also chosen and a reg-
ular schedule of games arranged. The Sophomore team Won the championship.
Volley ball was also played by various class teams among the girls. Class
teams were organized and regular games played. The Junior class Won the
championship. They were coached by Miss Fox,
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SAMUEL PEPYS. E, R. S,
Secretary to the Admiralty in the
Reign of Charles II and James Il
The Diary Deciphered and Edited by
PERc:1yAt. PiCtiE'i"1'. Doctor of Foolosophy
From the Original Shorthand M, S.
VJith notes approved
by authorities on
DIARY OE SAMUEL PEPYS
Blessed be God. at the end of the semester, I was in very good standing.
without any of the indications of a flunk: but upon the expectations of a D or
two. I reported in IIO. having across the aisle my girl, and behind me.
friend Frank, and no other of intimate acquaintance than us three.
The condition of the school was thus: viz.. the proctors. after being
reorganized by my Lord Alfred? were lately restored to 'vigilance again. The
culprits of the lunch line all forced to behave. The senior ladies do seem sorely
Wrought upon the choice for dress of graduation, being not in any measure satis-
ned with broad cloth as was their former choice by ballot. The boys seem not
to harbor discontent. My own private condition beyond reproach. and thought
Wealthy, but indeed very poor: having only one red necktie and one blue pair
of corduroy trousers.
March 23d. This morning. Chaving lately been enjoying a big dance
partyffj I arose late. put on my yellow oxfords. having not lately worn any
other shoes but them. Went early to reporting room where enjoyed long talk
with Helen before 8:20, then to the writing of some notes. Dined at school
in the cafeteria. Where Frankf did take on a double order of chicken pie and in
the doing of it spilled some gravy on my shirt. XVe two did sit at table with
Vic Rugh,5 which Vic and I did discourse concerning public happenings: and
he told me it is true the Hoot went broke. but he did fail to see why such a paper
l. On .Ianuary 19, 1013. Pepyk had been troubled by two 'lux ' A in My whith wt-'us to hu. nfleeterl several
other members of his claw.
2. lie is styled "Lord not hy right or ten by .ou rwy, the title was ew to :nenilrers ot the urtht sqlzati
by way of subtle imny
3. lr is now generally believed that IK-pu rel.-rs here to the lull gixei ,rx tht Arnoltl Nl-stnr Cinrrrpaivx tlurmy
rhe week of the num shoxx,
-1. Prohalaly the same Prank nwnluunetl in the rnlroduttum and later 1 ri 'tion with llelen llmuyzht hy win
In he either Frank Roth or Frank Long.
5. A merry fellow, well km-uri in sth-ml .ittiiil s .rt :hav time lint not xnetlttl with th. lltrrwr Simi-tx
cantsucceed and he was wild to publish one himself. I do not quite agree with
him in this respect: for I am glad the Hoot has quit when I recall the trouble
it has caused of reading it in classf' The day went well in general, school being
out on time, after which I was obliged to go to 205,7 because of the being late
in my class of gym, on account of walking to her shorthand with my Helen?
From there C2055 did see the city workmen dig up a ditch in the yard of school.
24th. To gym early, the which I did not walk with Helen to her short-
hand room-thus having time to spare before the roll was called. Being ill
disposed to stand and wait for roll, and quite too shiftless for the play of shoot-
ing baskets on the court, I did essay to climb along the girders in the roof of
gym. The which I was accomplishing quite well at the sound of whistle, blown
to call us into line. I made me haste to clamber down but did not succeed in
making it on time by which I merited a bawling out from Graves? I did not
get a conference slip?"
25th. Early to reporting room in order to escape the G. A. A.'s who
are bent on selling tickets to their circus Friday next. There did meet Helen
who prevailed on me to favor her with the purchase of one ticket. Frank did
buy two. Was much displeased by the entrance of a slick-haired senior who does
deliver Messengers to our room. He wears a very ugly countenance that lights
it with a smile when he does look upon my Helen. He is called Merrill,u I
believe: I do not like him. To the music hall CMac Dowell'sj, where were a
great confluence of gentlemen: viz., Mr, Shaft, Sellers, Piper, Maxwell, fdc..
where had admirable discourse till the hour was up.12 Thence with Drollingerls
to gym, who told me how this day I was three marks14 behind and I would have
to make them up if I would win my B, the which I aim to do.
26th. Early to assembly where Mr. Hunt did please us by the good per-
formance of our band. Frank did sit between me and my Helen, for which chief
reason I did not approve the program. I do not trust Frank. VVent after school
to 205 where was sentenced to an hour of hard labor because of the being late
to class from lunch. Did listen too long to an orchestra intent on advertising
our circus the which I own a part, fhaving bought a ticket.j From 205 did
see the city workmen fill the ditch'5 that they had digged on Monday last.
6. It is thought by some that Pcpys once subscribed to the Hoot but no authentic record has been discovered.
7. Study hall which served as conference or dulention room after school: listed in Dr. Hall's atlas as the jail,
za. The boys' gym and the shorthand moms were in opposite mmm of nm building. Helen pmbnbiy took
shorthand from Miss Nora Stosz, a popular teacher at that lime.
9. Boys' gym teacher who was substituting for Raymond Young at that time.
10. A written summons to spend an hour in 205.
11. Pepys undoubtedly refers to Merrill Rolf, one of the chief wags of the Messenger class and thought by most
to be n merry fellow.
IZ, Probably Junior-Senior Chorus, which was the third hour.
iz. Assnnm ration of ine Messenger. It is Strange Pcpys knew nnbnu, When he seemed not to be nfqnnintea
with nny of the nnnn members of the newspaper fines.
14. Given him by Gmm fsee nm 0,3 following um reprimand of me 24th,
15. They were purting in the pipes for irrigating the campus at that rim:-.
Thence to the west cloister. where did converse with Sir John Lawrence?" who
seems to be a great musician. This day I began to put on Stacomb to my hair.17
27th. Drank my morning draught at the southwest fountain on the sec-
ond floor, where I did hear a sprightly dialogue between Frank Marshall and his
girlm They are a happy couple I believe. In the evening to G. A. A. circus.
which was a simple and dull affair enough. My Helen did perform a very
foolish act, Cfor she was included among the circus folkl hanging by her hands
from the rings with her feet held high above her head, she did loose her hold
and light upon the floor with awful jolt?" It was not a clever thing to do.
But it was my fortune to sit by a very pretty and ingenious lady. which pleased
me much. she being a senior as I believe. Her name they call it Eloise?" which
sounds more magical than I-Ielen.
So ends my week. The breach between my Prank and me is healed if he'll
consent. For further malice do I bear him none. I only pity him in his poor
taste in flirting with that wench so lately called my girl. I feel relief in that
the matter did not come to blows. for friends who Eght must surely be unhappy
in the end. For such a two so evenly well matched as we- -it is indeed a blessing
we did not. And now to bed, to dream of Eloise.
io. This was natty mmm. as Jsimay had never ba-a kmglneti
17. llervtnforv mpyi had used Pamela.
is. He tvaatmiy mam Lama rihamaw, who was .. g it :mai ul that in na... days
19. Helen was a clown and this was a part of her aex.
10. Much comment has been made as to the possilfs identity of this latlv. She was llmughi by sun so be
lfloisz Brown but later this was unproven
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Build thee a stately record, O my son.
And when, at last, you're done.
Be sure you've done your best!
Let each grade card, with great A's proudly dressed.
Lift you to a graduation with high honors blessed.
Till thou, at length. art through.
Then have thy noble transcript filed .it old K. U.
-not by Oliver Wendell Holmes.
Hundreds of Former
W. H. S. Students
Have Found the
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to be the real "stepping stone" to success, VW shall be glad to furnish you
with the names and the present occupations of some of these. Curs is not
a "cheap" school offering "abbreviated" courses. Nothing is omitted that
is necessary for your success, nor are the courses too long. Here you can
secure a good education in business in a short time, at a small cost and real
help in securing a good position when you are graduated, lf money mat-
ters bother, you may attend on our Deferred Payment Plan. NVhy not
investigate? Call or write today.
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"Theres No Place Like Holmes"
Good Clothes for Young Men
For twenty-two years we have been selling
fine clothing and furnishings to young men under our
unwavering A'No Sale" plan: which means that we
do not mark our prices up at the beginning of the
season so that we may mark them down later. The
lowest possible prices every day in the year.
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DOUGLAS AT EMPORIA
Vilhether it he for the girl or the boy.
The population of Wichita as given
in the census of 1880 was 4911. At
that time this bank was four years old.
Today our customers exceed 12,000-
more than twice the population of this
entire city in the early days of this bank,
Our growth has been earned by con-
servative policies and close attention to
the best interests of our depositors.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS fB2,000,000.00
tht' Miss or the youth, we are oullitlers
from the peak ofthe Hat to the tip of the
HOW TO CHOOSE
Stylishly and well without undue expenf
diture is a problem easily solved here where
everything for the young folks is featured
in inviting assortmenls.
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Fruits and Vegetables
Are very good and not high priced
They are sold
At all the good grocery stores and
TI-IE KNORR MERC, CO.
135-137 No. Santa Fe XVichita
Bm Bal' Our Specialty Tennis
Parker Duofolds 35.00 and 37,00
Others as Low as 32.50
Waterman and Conklin Pens 32.50 to 37.00
See Sheaffers new Jade Life Time Pens at 37.00 and 38.75
Others at 32.50, 33.00 and 35.00
We have the Walal. Eagle and other makes as low as 75c I
Any standard make of Fountain Pens repaired while you wait.
F. G. OFf'8 Book Stores
Down Town Store
327 E. Douglas
High School Store
2226 E. Douglas
Royal Blue Note Books
Phone Market l265
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X and Ditson Tennis Goods.
Tiresh Tennis Balls livery
Ray E. Ellis Co.
131 NORTH l,AXVRljXCE
High School Jr.
They're not grown-ups scaled
down, but specially drafted clothes
for I6 to 20 year fellows. Smash-
ing color hits, too. Biscuit tans.
London Lavender and Grey color-
Great Suits at
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A COMPLETE LINE OI5 HIGH-CLASS
GROCERIIES AT LOWEST SPOT
If 11's in the Marleel 11's all
Phones Mkt. 5280, 5281, 2575
And Puls Her
LIBRARY INTO NEW' QUARTERS
Where performance runs ahead of promise
For Registration Address
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Excellent Drinks. Candies.
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The Greatest Clothing Value
in the Entire Southwest
Quality Corner Market cz! Douglas
The STECK AUTO ToP Co
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Wholesale Fruit and Vegetables
Pure Vegetable Compound
Proctor Q5 Gamble's
Blanco and Crisco
Seald Sweet and Dr. Philips
125 North Santa Fe Ave.
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High School Cafeteria Serves
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Students Who Demand
Smartness as Well as
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Go Hand in Hand
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Courses in Liberal Arls
Conservatory of Music
Reserve Officers Training Corps
Continue Your Ec1'ucalz'on
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Clothes that are smart and line enough for the
special occasions--and thev're made so well that
they keep stylish thru the every day Wear and
MCVICAR - HOWARD CLOTHING CO.
Don't Say Bread Courteous Service
SAY "HOLSUM" Prompt Delivery
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Immediate service given on monogrammed
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122 N. Market St.
ln connection with our Portrait Studio We have a high
class Kodak finishing plant. All Work in at nine out at five.
AS been headquarters for School Supplies,
Books, Athletic Goods, etc.. for High School
and College Students for years. We invite you
to make every use of our service and our store-
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