Elk City High School - Elk Yearbook (Elk City, OK)

 - Class of 1915

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""F 'vw' Cfbr frame-1 oeputal lt has been reported that a domestlc clence germ hi been fouml n the laboratory It IS hoped that thus mlcrobe will deselope into a member of the faculty by newzt term Mxss Hurst For tomorrow you may mute ten rules of ettlquette Nou are thele any quesu1ons" Blanche I want to know how to begm MIS H Thus IS one When you meet young men on the street they just grunt and they should ralse thelr hats and speak Edgar Yes and when you meet: a gul she just grunts back Q e ls J is so Practical 'lfemnlor Steam Cleamrmxmg and Pressing Aliso Sunnis Made To Measure 2 ' ' -'HY' -.71 riff-",' -' - 1. Y ' --- - - --Y V - - - -- V . ' ,,. -3-5: 9 ' . A , rl . ,- ,, , 4 fa ' , ' ' . .Q . f . . bk f lr l' , I 1 1 fb - -'J .... .:4.f, , , ' . l l 7 3 x e - l i i l 1 l S 1 S i . . . . Y , . . . Y v . , Y ' V 1 Q . A , . ' V . . i . . ' W v s . . , l 3 . . . 7 i n v I Q - A x . X A 9 ,I S Q A i We Qsrx X l ' Q C 0 P D Q . . 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X if ef I P7 if .bb- M rrmcm Claww QM' anmniaiinom hone It N11 1 n Sxrenfx T'1xlm Secrctfuy TILd.SUlCI' U mr folors l'1xeml11r md W 11 Q L l YN hoopl 1' NN hoopla' Okl'1 homa 1 et 111 keep all m t we am t me am tiweke Uh U L1u enclal and Green Iunfols Iumou Iumorb' 9 Xu ar- lv-5 T,. my e A f -- LL I 1 l k' B . , , M J J ' ea ' Q M A 'f 1 W '-'f - ago f 541 11 irie " , l' ' il t. Isla Nichols. Viceelwesimierrt. fa 1 1j Fl V1 feI,1l:1f'. ' J .1 ' ' Y -1' ' Az. ' " .1 '1 - . Q 1 . ' . v 1 1 ' --7 ' .N' ' - NX Ex Ex wa x ' Yr Ax X Q ww xx X is XXX 47" 'R 'W 4, Qs H X vga xx .45 , - A' Lx ' -:Q A .P xx ,fa fSQRE W X xx "i5"r-:ASL I ,I 5 I iv-f - xx 'Z x 'XXX xxwf, Q. , - X X Ax my , - f' t 'r If A ts X X E0"',,, Y MQ 1 C1 Hi 'FQ am V . x Nm 'i M I -X gif x X RQ XX , 1 XX AJ N 2 NX! 'E 'H 2 V. Vert Hunter Presrdent Margaret Goode Secretary and Iosephme Smxthy 2nd Row Clara Blackburn Margaret Goode Lllhan Adalr Fern John son and Blanche Schooler 9 , ,,,, 1st Row-Marie Dugger, Viola Taylor, Vert Hunter, Rhea Thompson N A 45 0,4 ,...,--' 'RSX hi L.- X kUwO1o Op X . Q fcfl "' l 6. af 4. !ff K :QV I 3 , u ',l Af nj f V 1 ' . f7','q we !,f'f 7 ,T-.uv V X fx I7 1 I, 'f F x I fffofltl I f .Am - X i 6 I ,,,. Rl XN 1, X, . ' 'I I . 0 , .f I , I, x , I ff ' , N , I .lf ,ff ,ff ' 5 ff f X .l 7 1 ff f X ff!! If I 1 ,ff . I ,X uf? - vH: x: 1 74 ', m f' '4 X- A Ax T3 , 1 X f W I - 1 A 4 ' 'A " I ASS If RFSHVIENI l H LDL L5 CD B2 M tto dllf-X I OI' 0 I K f lt Hu ne 3.09 Wd 3.SS B SOD W 0119 -fR OVW lst R USS9 ompson os ey UFYTIOD Q.: df len Peck, Presiden . Jacque Rune, Vice-Pr lsiclx Ruth all,'Secretary-'I'1'ca4surer, C l s-Purple and White. 'lawere P' Q 0 , e ' ' , illi , , 'll , 1' , ll' ze, lineyurrl, 'eck, 2nd Row-M l , Huffman, Th , Lacy, R ll. VanVacte1', Wallace, Burnett, 3rd Row-Martin, Th d, Lee, Craft, Huffman, Russell, VanVacter. Hall' 4th Row -Foster, Saulshury, Parks. , , Hunter. Gan t, W3,1-f 1, E S 16 Tan WW fx u Creta s D os DUB FRESI-IMEN SECTION f1 AND QB gvaltgwfg , A I ' , 'f U I v4bu u ' ,,,'A CW GL if' - w L Ruth Maddox Presldent Addle Bouldm Vlce Presldent Edgar Black Secretary Efhe Ames Edgar Black Blanche McReynolds Ruth Maddux Irls Bell Leon Wllllams Ethel Sands Travls Wade John Adram. Evalyn Scott, Addie Bouldin, Nina West, QW 19 Ind- nc H OH Hlwzxx EHS sag aalzqu Q ccng vw 2 4 0 sup .J -f a... v ...A ,-.4 n--4 -.4 P-v-4 f- N- -.-4 vv -- ,... -.4 r--1 v-1 ,-+ ,-.- su --4 -- '--4 ,J 1 QP I 38 w-v -1 fv X.. 4,1 r-ox pu-1 UST +113 -1' Sv 'u 'lu 1 '-IA -1 'Jfapirxg 'x1'0gM 'MOM ' 19 Ling 'Nuu.u1old wa. td ' 1 N 'apum 'lalaadu MOH p.13 'uus.1a11nd 'Qyxe tm un 's11g1eau.o3 4ugz.1pV 'xlrvsuru UWM '. alll Q - ,um 111 '.laHaW 'umgugx 'am yd 'Aug' 'L .W 441.m,xx UVIHA 'uany 'auxin Aung lsr I.: .u A .za ' . 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MEMBERS OF THE POLYHEMIAN SOCIETY Bertha Ruxeell Qweet Russell llargar et Goode Gladys VanVactor Ruth Hall Beatrice Fault Vergle Cooper Rhea Thompson Lola Mosley Ellie Ames Ruby Craft Mary whIl'fp0!l, Ruth Huffman Lyda Huff man Ruth Maddox Lame Lacy Addie Bouldon Plora Thurmond Worhley Wallace l race Parks, Josephine Smxths .lenme Hunter Warne Dugger Blanch McRevnolds Blanch Sllhooler Fvalyn Smtt. Ethel Sande Fern Johnson Lllllan Adair Nhna West., Marsella Tl' mpson Lnlt Saulebury Sarah Dennxs Clara Blackburn Ida Lee Ylllah VanVact,or Vlola Taylor Moreta Burnett Lmme Wilson Inq Bell Harrlet Donnely r - "Y TQ 1 " . xv. 2 - E Q " Y ,YY 1 E..- f .. X V11 F b 9 44. -9 f ' 1 I j a 2 k I 1 - ,. 1 ' 3 g -l 4 -- N 1 ' I U K 1 - 5. . , . w x ' - - - p v Q H A 1 1 v H0 1 v 1 1 a . ., V . 1 ' ' 1 . , , . V' I Q in ' v ' v Y Q 1 Y v 'n 1 I . s . , . ef' 'sas W Qxmrwwn W mi gf Q L QQ il ff W C n C I HWY? 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FQ 'H 1:5-5. . , QLQAQA r.: S2 - 5 "- :xu -,-.' r:f1,5. .- .::' '- mi 57" .-"1 A sf fr' CC 2-5 if-215' , u...'-7 E. wg' J, xr: 5... 32'--1, cc .-T. mg Q Fc? '-4: ' E9'?T - ,.,..,., IDC wx, L' 5... Pr:--9: S.':,Tg.. ma' if as L re' . 'I'n:'T cf' Z in :ac ,E '2- GF aff 2 Llp: ... Cc 2 pq: ... Z3-: O w -. 3' N .. r: 5 4. ci Y 3, . E -5 r"T . VAS Q- -., G ' :-' cr -A - I .- x-X . 0 -'- V F' ' . I"f' ' ,' Z ,4 ' tx: C' . Q - EJ , 1 . : Z ., 9, . MUSIC lt IS gratifying to note that our excellent school board has been on the alert lll wrsely provldldmg a room rn the Central building where pup1's of all grades may pursue the shady of the purest, the most Intellectual of all arts-music. Whlle those who excel rn this line art go on leammg after their school days, lt IS ln early years that the skillful training of the hand to obey the mmd must be done and that the habits of listening and thmlnng in tones must be formed. lluslc lms a wonderful power over the young giving birth to noble as.- Dll"lll0ll8, weaning them from dClll0l'8llZlllg pleasures, elevating and re lining the entire nature A simple melody may become embedded in a chllds soul and leave its lmpnnt forever We are wld that Milton who was a school master as well as a poet, devised a plan of education rn which the fatlgues of studv was mterspers ed by Intervals of music whrle the Greeks held its culture rn such high esteem that their children were taught their letters rn song Probably the greatest reason why we should studv music rs because through its influence the cares and sorrows of every day life are forgot ten. peace and comfort found and with his universal language the musn others. James G Blame once said The luxunes of today are the necessities of toworrow The day IS passing even rn America where music is con sidered a luxury Pedagogues, psychologists, ph yslcrans and ahemste agree tlut the soul of the American child ro be normal needs music as hm physical bemg needs pure arr good food and proper clothing During l9l4-1915 the Pl3ll0 department has enrolled forty-eight pupils and there lls been an average attendance of twenty live Every eEort IS directed towards the achievement of the highest stand anis. The course of study embraces in connecuon with the study of the Plano, a course ln musical Theory Harmony and Sight reading A series of pubhc recxtals are given throughout the year at which pupik are reqmred to give their solo numbers from memory To lum wh r faithfully and patiently searches for the mmd of our tone- WISE, there came many discouraging moments but And wht is our failure here but a triumph s evidenced For the fullness of the days' Have we withered or agonmed' Why else was the pause pmlonged but that singing might issue thence? Why rushed the drscords ln, but that harmony should be prized? ' cianbecomesablssing giving of his vast store for the happiness of la - ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' . , . 1 DN Qf "Ai fx Ll! gf I iluwx ff" If A 7-15 'Q I-if g . 4' V DEBAUIJING 'BEAM btandlfe Mcflendcn Comad Hughes ilubb F 335 , .Z-'Q -2.4 Alpha Club Secretary Treasurer Marxetta Bverly Pre-Qxdent May H'ufT'm'an Vlce Pres Paulme Henery Asslstant Sec Treas Ida Nxchols I rmc Alsa, Snyder Reporter Ist n r ,th Florence Cook Monvtress Kathry ne Copeland COLORS Pmk and Creen FLOWERS Sweet Peas MOTTO Aim High EMBLEM Arrow head uha E Luker Corrmne Martm row Sarena Taylor Amy Clubb Paulme Henry row Martrle Rone Luclle Searcy lchole Rosa Outhouse Marietta Byerty Alla Snyder Kathryn Copeland Florence Cook. row May Huffman Mrss J row IdaN . f - J- K xv -Pr jg - e . ei'-' 74 " X J i , f -.W Y - ,., Q Y.-,-. - hx von y ' -f 1' ff! Q fe 1 - .... rf? ,, I I be - 'K' " ' Kg 'Q . M: O f . V' , , H , , I 4- I ' ., - 1 l .- ., r ' , . . V . , 1 J Y V ----............. 1 , ' V F' 1 , Ii- .. -......,..., .1 Yi ' ' S 1 . A 7 - . 1 , i I' 4 2 d. . , , . 3 d,- . ' , ' . 4th, . ' .., -, ' , . Tom Russell full back welght 140 Russell lolned the squad after Hunter was dlsablefl hw a lame knee No other player dld more tw vs ln our games than he always ln the scrlm age vs antmg tm bear the brunt of the attack he soon became the favorlte of not only the school but the town as xx ll When he was called thru the lune Presto' A hole appeared and mx Lmd entered The man did not grow too large for T m to tackle the plav newer became too fierce for xt C hnton not only barred f ot ball from our school and dropped a blan ket of orrow ox er all Southwestern Olflahama but also perhaps perman entlg dlsabled one of the whltest fellows xx h v eve: donned the moleskms l l l l 1 l 4 :ps ' ' x ' ' ' K- Y v . y. V v . . b ' ' Q ' : 'e . ' - l Tom to be in the middle of lt. The unfortunate incident which occured 2 T . V 'I ' 1 I ' , , ' . ' L' K y - l l Clarence VanAntxfxe1p Pap 'un ll'llllY1Clx xxelght T10 Van xx as one of the most llllllllllll laul hcld men seen In Hlgh School foot ball m VK estun O lahomz last season He had the xx elghf the head the nel e Ile xxlll he xxxth us 'zgaln next xe'1r Doxx ned no gsnls need applx Hfunx Xxdlll Quaid xxeght NU 'lccount of hlmself Dldn t mmd ln the leasr fm hls owxn plavers to xx alk on hlm but got hls dander up anx tlme the opponent cleated ' hxm Nex er bothers hxmself over such 'miles as gnls and studles Oman btandlfel end vxelght 1'-30 Doc xxas considered one of the ulest tacklers on the team! Every tlme a plax came around hls e d he gave '1 good account of himself He xxfls a xaluable man IN hoth zurnmg mterfererence and breakmg It up Doc IQ xerx patuotlc and IS an especlally ardent admlrer of Custer Vert Huntex full back welght 160 Peg Leg as he vxas once called vxas mltxated mto the mystld a t of bone crackmg thxs year for the first tlme He played a con svstant game at full hack untll he got hrs leg pulled ' After xx hlch he slde tracked his ambltlons to the more altrulstlc the less faclnatmg game of Tenms He s bashtul but not too much so to sax I love you truly -H l V 'FA .1 Y r l l , V . . V V . V , , ' . . Y 'N, ,c 1 A . c 1 , l . " " ' J X J " ' aw 'N S A lr ' fri' Elf z . .. . y ' ' , , 'V '. r " 2 " 'L ' .' Q C . I' 1 T' . 1 A l v 7' V . .uv '. . V K . . V . V Ward Ulayed a good hard game. and could at all times give a good c 1 A . . u , ' 4 . ,' ' . ' :V , V . . V . ,. , . , . V V . , x , Q - 4' 'Y . , ' . . N' 4 U' ' rx v C . L V I VV V . V I . . . . ., ,, . 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I I , ' 1 V an V yy lzot' won lnm e't l me wuh us the first rattle out of the fX Ol ff 4 He was a wax ont 91 J It nam tue tlme ll'1fllfXXlllll'l tu oe a ble lwss to the school 1 e 1 not l L ext x He m tx not know 1ll about atnletxcs but he kno ws Theodole Pml elto tackle w elgrht 180 Teddle was thc easlest man ln our l1ne to handle Anv tmu one of the backs x ascallei thru Ted s tackle all thev lal to do w as to Q0 thru If ln remox mg one or two men he couldn t cleats a large enough apelture he would calmlv bowl owe: one 01 two more On the defensive he calmlv planted hlm elf ard Slffid pat No use fishmg he s hoolted Cauol lVlasse5 qualter back wevght 143 Carr rl lecexved an IYHUYV tt the xery begnnnlngz of the season but would have made a valuable man We were unable to get a plctuxe of htm ln foot ball togs untll too late to use lt as was the case ot Carl Van for w hlch we are deeplx legletful Carl Van half back welgzht 110 Van hls brother Wan s" twm and supplement broke the long dlstance re ords for broken held gams Con ldened ou best bet when we needed a touchdown Dvd most of our ltlclung not onlv IH toot blll but even w here else Has a klnd gentle dlsposxtlon and IS thoroughl3 domestmated 1 A I.. Nowfin. couch. "J" ."' ' s .'a'm. 1 " . . ' ' by by '5IZll'llZlll,., 21 foot bull t '2ll1l. 1 " S 'l ' js h .7-l 2 1 " '- ' z ' " 'tl-fl' 'f 'fh 'Q 14'l'1l1'.' je-ar. 1 zj ' 'z " ' t .' more than ma' 5' who do. ,, . ,, ' S A . K . . V . W - ,v f K ' . t f , v v 7' y ' .Q , . fy , ' . 1 A f q f c v ' 7, , v v . 7 ' . I u v v l v v Q 1 V I r' 1 3 ' :A av -, na r 7 Y- Q , V ' v f c ' ' ' -. s' ' r ' Tom Hughes qu lrter back welght 130 nerxe and head work but frankly admlts that Budd1e' of Mangum renown came prettx neal gettmg hls goat He stands alone all unprotected so Lay on Macduff Paul Burnett tackle w elght 100 Red play ed a go d COHSI tent game Seems that Paul was mclmed to take SIQSIZS w th hls umf frm for a blanket but he gen ez ally woke up ln tlme to get hls man He s now owned by Rosa Mlght sxgn a release can t Cav for sure Orson Nlchols end weight 130 Llttle Nlck as he w as affectlonately known was one of the nervlest players on the team He could stand more look the worst, and laugh more than anybody ln the bunch Talks ln hls sleep about a blackeyed beauty beth Lacy centex welght 160 Dad frack etc was llke a stone wall on the defenslve and llke a batterlng ram on the offenslve He's so true on 5 as es that he could run Hftv without stoppmg He's terrlblv mterested at Shawnee at present. 15575 ' ,., z - ', f 'f . "Tommie,' was the lightest regular on the team. Got by on his . . I v ' " ' 7 Q .7 C ' . A H , y av 1 1 Y I 7 - ls yy , 'N ' V 5 .. . . , . S V: . . 1 a 1 , , ' I ' 7 . . , . L . ' 4 V . l lb ' ' V v W 9 ' 1 X1 ' ' 1 I , ' n yy .sr 99 ' ' 1 1 ! A 41 , 5' ff'-'QT WLM f V Q , ,W WJQQMW 1 1 L N I "' Q , gt! .X 4- 1 K. , x A .- ' K1 xx -V: xl R , Q "-' -6 fi ' ei? . - .1 - f M I if To 5, I V" ' 1' ' ' :-P. L" ., t . ...gg-, - I '1- . ' NQN ' A X' ' . I 'A N 6' X 1 V 1 ' ' " , '- ' I 1. 'V 1' 5 f, - 3 1 . 4 sf. ' f' XM ' Ll ' " .1 ,- 4 "' 7 'Q A z f .. X 1 X V, MJ n V .N -I '-' pl V ' .I x' , 'IJ L , ll , ff .J 0 -fl ,' 1 Captam Sweet Russdl 'X nager Vlrs Iul 1 I e Rosa Outhouse Sweet Rueselpl QR my Peebfes Q uards Rosa Outhou 4 I om axds Emma Smallxmof cemel w Tenme Hunter I an e cx I CIRLS PA KET BALL TEAM lstfqow Dans qqoady xrnallumd Russell fCapf1 Lacv Outh :use Cornehus tReferee1 ?nclRow Peeblee Clubb Hunter Scott V ' -Q" Q .12 1 -i . if Ye ? , 'llfvixl' f - f ' . I S 4 5 S, .- , . , , 5 4 Amy Clubb fSulv.T f Nannvie Halcomlw ff ' , I' , 5 ' 4 "Y lr 1 Q' L S T . 1 ' I v-A-I . fl V Fw .I ' ' i 1 I - - H- ' 1 -- 1 . 1 1 f. '- ' -, 'e , . BASEBALL PLAY ERS Y1 1 I N uw 1t tl .572 2 2-4 Q0-.A ill .ylwa V xlmamm-l'iu'l1vr', XX.fHi2iIllS-. NIE! Vlzu' Y:m.X1'1iwm'p, l'i11'l.4-1' Furl Y11l1AllIKX'l'l'1l. Slwrr Smy' I'zu'c1, l':1Ic'hv1' XY 'S . Svwmllll liilfc' tlrlflin. 'l'l1i1'1l lizxsv Nl: Qi -Y. Higrl I"ivl1i YilU'2ll'Cl. lmfl lfim-141 NIv1'lQ-rmflml, Ce-lm-1' Vi -lk 'Pm-k, I' 'lim' 1 1 , A A M gp A A l AML pf, 7: KBKAPVQ, A X , X, A , gf L I Q W ' X Q ' K! A j V v X , , I hOIf BFLI B Bell affeetlonatel lx ox totxe student lsoclx 18 fl lx is elected hx the School I 1 url ln 1' 4 Duzmgr the elght ax hls Served is lanltox of the Hlgll School he has been almcnt hm seven days and that an aecount of on the nob and lb not onlx comps tent but h 12 been a great laeton ln the upbullrl of the school md 1tQ aqtlvltles Vlhen x renter he blllllllng at S 30 we hnd a vs arm periectlx comfox lble bulldmg When we want a baoket ball goal put up Prof no rlght there mth hw post hole dlgger He Jumps the llrtle glrls and IS the supreme autholxtx an dxsputes among the xouthful Penrodo Pro heme s to xou Mas you crack uokes mth elght more senlor classes and haxe drv kmdlmg to start fireb w1th every mornmg Now all together thru tl es three for Prof an , , 1 wy H. . f .' " If 'n 'fn l S 1 j if "l'x'V',". H ef, ae- ' J0". " ', ye' 'S he za .i + z: ' ' ' ' ' H 5 J ' X . , . , . sickness. "Prof." Bell is always y ak , '1 . . ' f ' ' " ' . ' ve f 1' t tvzs V ' 1 A . 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Some are i11te1'c1ste1l in both. and since the U li ' 'H f, K l '1' l 2 ' ."'. Q . ' ' A l I S. 2 v X .Af , V , . y . K- . ' , t ' - v fy 1 I F - K-I V , .- ra 2- BURLESQUE ON JULIUS C -XILSAR I l fmeene 1 L L H S Campus I nt rs Nr rlanus Blanchetus ar garetus Sophomores Freshmen and Sub Freshmen J Hlan Hence' henee' all xe that xxrll not consprre xxrth us Xou are knax es and xx retches to tamelx submri to ueh treatment Whx do rt ' We can onlx do as I haxe planned And xou relle trmrd creatures that xxrll not rom us get thee hence and rt but one xxord 1-. breathed to ex en blank xxalls xour heads pax the for ert lake heed lEx1t fevx of Su I re hrnen J rors room and call out the honorab e per on Lucrlrus Martharrnus Cerce xx hoas xou all lenoxx st nds hrgh rn th esteem of the Senrors and the I acultx If vxe can only draw her rnto the const rracx what vxe do xxrll be counted as the greatest act of the F C H S As xou know she s honorable and all the Faculty prarse ber and thrnle mor of her than of us so xxe must get her Vrolanous do you go ro her and frnd out her xxrshes and do ru Margrr tu srund th prrnclples f the hoarx headed Alsamus so that the proceedrnges may not be regarded rs onlx an upstart rebellron But go md meet me at the corner of the campus at noon fExrt alll ACT Il Scene 1 In secluded xx alk Enter I ucrlrus Luc Would that I mrght not brood ox er mx xvrongs so' Wny does the thought of the Serrror drgnrty strrke me so badly 7 I am sore afrard that thev propose to cage rt to keep rt irom the rams and wrnds and should thex do so I no longer care to lrve rn the laboratory xxrth them I could not talk to Orronus nor to Thomas but he xvould refuse conversa tron at exery word I should say What' Ho' Who comes? I must avx ay to see lEnters Vrolanus J Vol Good morrow Lucrlrus I do fear I do trouble you but rn one plarn questron do you too wrsh the Senrors to cage therr drgnrty" Luc Not I torsooth There would be no lrvrng rn the same room - x-.h A " We T WL-f -ii,-, ' ' s " ' ' Ll. J 1 L ' N.. ' f " 5 f U .. N Q si ..f- 1 'Y ' sw Fx 5 XCT . " . '. '. . . ' 'I e 3 " - r, - M- '- . - . W . X , X x , p - Q L , x ' - . . .1 I 3 . L v 1' J ' f' 1- I . r . y 1 v v S ' 5 -I -, . 7 v ' " ' . v v A . ' ' ' ,. . ' ' 4 . 1 v K- ' ' 1. L , v . Q 1 A, .0 ' I ' '. , 4 And now, my' classmates, we fvh r rr 'e left wil ga quietly' into the Jun- ' . ' , , .S V ' ' -.. . 1' I . 1 4' ' v v ' - V' . v v v' ' . ' . L. jr 1 i 1 N, g r -v ' 1' . 3 1 ' v ' A , v 1, . v . ye , ' e s, , e ' ' o - v- ' x . ' r v 2-. bv . ' . ' 2 - Q I Q . J l ' 4 Y., l 1 v v 1 ' n 1 n - U YA u u ! 1 . ' 7 . , ' ' . 1 y v' -1 W v . I 9 v A fi? WYE x ,"' Z vi, l xx nh tht m should they do the lxkes IfI could only thunk of some plan to prevent I know I can get around the faculty I am llked bv the Semors but we must nrex ent thus lest they keep thur dlgfllty mtact Vlol You are r1ght let us away and confer mth Blanchetus Scene II Laboratory Enter Semors Thomas leadmg Fhos We have never lost our dxgnlty lt has been one of our greatest 'boasts so now we must bottle xt up as the under clas es w1Il attempt to lake lt away from us To mght all be present and We wlll proceed to c ire our dignity so no one can get It Take heed to mght. IEXIII Scene III Hall Enters Florencetus Iflol Thomas, beware of Luclhus take heed of Vlolanus come not :near Blanchetus mark well Marga retus There as but one mmd ln all these people and at IS bent agalnst the Semor dxgmty The Mightv Gods defend thee Thv lover Florencetus Here wxll I stand untll Thomas comes along then mll I glve thls to hum and perhaps the fates and he can contrlve to out wlt the traitors lEx1tj ACT III LScene 1 In the laboratory Enters Lucllnus Margaretus, Blan nhetus Vxolanus and others mcludmg Thomas Orxanus Amabus, Mavlbus If lorencetus If lol Hall Thomas read thls schedule V1ol Oh Thomas, read mme first, for my sult concerns our friends. Elor Mme concerns yourself most worthy Thomas read lt Thos What concerns ourselves must be last served Blan We come to plead for our classmates who were ostracxzed from the regular yell meetmg last week Thos RISC Kneel not so to me Ah' Whv crowd you so" Vlol Et tu Brute Then fall Semoz dlgmty' fExlt alll CScene II Enter Luclhus Blanchetus Vlolanus Margaretus and Senlors J Luc Then follow me and glVe audlence frrends I did what I did for the cause of the suffermg Sophomores, Freshmen and sub-Freshmen. I F - --' -K .7 , L-M 4 A v fx Y Y A WTA I Q mile-- xf X cj ,I 1 .... -,, f at - ff fff J 1 ., , NX . A I I! i L' 1 .1 ' X I ' f ' f ,.-- .rc - 4 - 8 I 3 4 , 4, - - f ' 5 -. - --,,,. -, i , ..-- ,..,.. - '. x ' v ' . ' V v ' 7 . 1. . . v . . ' , A T ' ' v-1 ' n f . . , . L W- Y T . w V v ' , f. ' . ., , s . If ' v - ' - ' . , I , .2 Ir . . i . v . , r . - . , . X .. - - - . . Y, , . , . ' Y Y . . - , H . , , I. . . . V. . . . . I . ' . . . , . Y . .. U . . , . . . . . . . . v . w - Y 1- , y w 'A 1 - ' Y ' L4 In 1 9 ' V . ,Q . v . . . - V 1 , U . ' . . u 2 'V 5 ' Y 9 I afflufflff x love the Senior th lr courage in and va or but their dignity I could nor endure Who ns he re so base as would always take sarcasm, sneers and jeers, off the S mars? If any speak for hun have I offended. I All N me Luclllus, none LJ Then none have I offended so that I may safely give up my place to Kathrvmus who comes to speak over the loss of the semor s dlg mrv 1Ex1tD Kath I come to bury the Senror s duzmty not to pralse it We all do know l.llClllllS IS an honorable person and that the Senior dxgmty was a mena'e to the happmes of the under classes. Rather than wrong the hvz g' honorable Lucxhus, I give most umng to the dead Shall we s and such treatment" All About' Seek' Haze' Bump' Duck' Scourge. We must not lose our glonous presuge of the E C H q. KEXJQ ACT IV lScene 1 In ollice of E C H S Enter Faculty I Prof Rachanmus These mam pupils shall be punished, thexr names are pricked. Prof Nowhnus In sooth, lt IS a goodly list, and they know not where of the pumshmeut comes Julxanus Lukenus We must not be too hard on them Yet I my noth mg to the punishment lExltD fScene Il Ou Campus. Enter Vaolanus and Blanchebusj Vxol It was I who when the fate of the consplracy depended upon getting Lucllms unto the plot, lt was I who went to her and pursuaded ber to enter It so that, by all the Gods I should rule the order Blau. Ha' qax vou so? Know you not that I am an older and better leader than you? Vzol We Lwe 'sn ll not quarrel about lt. Let us about and seek further developements. CEXIO iScene Ill In laboratory Enters Luulmsl Inc In sooth, It IS wearlsome to reflect on the proceedings of the past few days The old spmt of Thomas lost dlgmty uses before me at every -21 or fe 3 ,' Y' " i .fu W 'xxx xw..--- e . "' ' l K xl-.J l - 5 - ff 'P Alf' . we x X 1 . dj' ' U V ' s 3 f I , ""' 'i Y ' f '.. 1 1- 8 +1 Y' ig-,WQA-y a-W -f -1 J.-Ad ' 7' f . Q . , - . - 5' . , u L I Y - 3 f I . ' , ' , pause for reply- . - 4 , M' ' - . 3- , B . Q l 7 - , , ' - , - - . - I .1 , . ' '!- , ' - ' . ' - I . . I V. . - - , Q , - 1 . o. -I - . . - , . . - . , . . . corner to reproach me for my share in ihe work. Ho! Who crmes? I must away before I become so unnerved that I cannot carry iz out fur- ther cl-Ixm ACT. V fS4I?Tl8 I. In oflie. If nter Fac.:lty.l Prof. Rich.-Now Nowlinu:-. our hopesareanswefed. See! the enemy comes. Prof. Nowl.-Tut Iam in their bosoms and I know whereof I sp eak. Prof Rich But let. s away berore am one sees us contemplatirv mis chlef lhxltl lScene II. On campus. Enter Faculty Iuuhus Plan h 1us Mol.: nus Luc Thmgs are not going to suxt our 5, mod mmd W ar losx I Therefore witness mv humxhatxon when I bow my he ld which has nex er bent before and bow to a Qemor and apologrze vo the facultw and more to the noble Thomas trom whom we have taken .max all 5 retenc of dlgmty Prof Rach Thls was the noblest Iumor of them all WI ai sh dad she dld m the good of the In C H S as she saw n - . I 7 , 1 , w I S I K s. , P , .- 5 q L, A A It, 5' . , . ' ' L' ' -. A r. ,. - Y' . 4 , A X, Q , , i - 1 - A f - l I '.' 17 . I . Q. L -,-, 1 - , I 2 w Y' 5 K V -vi , ' , 7-, f - H1 , E, . ."' - I 2 . I Q E' . . . , K 1 i v . . . . ., . V . nv' . -4 sh., ' . - ' , rg- ' 1 i , l ' I ' X ' 'L Z ex- 'L - .., . . PURE FOOD ARG-UMENT 'lhe pr toorl bx the g.l5 Lerrne tan Whente xll but hrrrr had 1lecL He looked as wrst as am man And gr rw lx shook hrs he ad Hrs tather erlled he would no cease Hrs sponatron great He knew not that the peskx grease W as soon to seal hrs fate And there that prggre stood one hour VN hrle all hrs tomradts ran He knew not the 4 xprosrxe power Of that unholx can And all that hour he ate and ate bntrlhrs srdr-s were trght Desrrous ot xh ht So out auoss th held he went As was hrs usu xl rule And srnce he w as on contest burr He started towards a mule But as the prggzre on that mule So norsrlx steals Hrs mulrsh nature shows the fool 1 he pow er ot hrs heels And then there tame a mrghty sound The prggre w as not there But scattered out for rnrles around He floated rn the arr Oh when that awful sound began 'lhe mule oh' w here was he Ask of that nrtro gh cerrne can That set hrs spur rt free bo now that prggre rs no more The mule he rs the same And all that had been there before Is now but just a name And now that mule wrth pow er and nrght On a celestral seat Marntarns that government has a rust rrght To say what we may eat N V X ' ' r . 0 if P . - ' l , . I V . K- fs 5 1 1 v h V , T v x v L. V - 'S , ' ' '. . 2 Y V V t 1. L- , 1 I V ' h -I 4 r. . . , ,7 ' . -' - . ,- I , , xl, 1 . . V . 1 w- 1 v 1 V And then he rublred his hoggish patc- .. W .2 .g I w 1 H I v I . ,. ' : 2 , V Y u bl I . , ' : 3 i . v , . v ' 1 ' - v - r ' . ,- y -' 7 ' 1 I A I I L v 1 l Y T ' 1 I,,, T4 ' ff. . " lm v - I I A -1 ,. ,W I wt. w s , w trflriiio A SENIOR BUSINESS MEETING tAs a Sophomore sees lt J Semor Busmess Meetmg after school was wrxt ten m large bold letters on the blackboard Attend was wrltten later I .4 Immedlately after the Jumors had disappeared 'md the Freshmen had toddled out Tom Hughes 5 lv called the house to order Ross leave off your Labratory work we have Important bu mess to dlscuss. At thxs reprnmand every Semor stralgthened and wxth the usual dxgnlty faced the presldent The question we have to dlseuss and decide up- on this afternoon IS What sort of class pm vs Ill the Semors have? ' began the dzgmfied Tom We know that It ns lmportant he contmued because m the first place It ls proper and very flttlng that our dlgmty should be added to by these pms also It ls the custom whlch would hardly be advlsable for us to try and change as thus reform would decrease our popularity Now as I have gwen you the facts of the case Iwould llke to hear from some of you A short sllence ensued and Orlon takmg advantage of the opportunlty arose ano began Honorable fellow students athough this questxon IS not of world wlde Importance It contalns a great deal of significance that IS money matters Now I am ID favor of as cheap pm as would be proper for the dlgnfleo Semors to wear for thxs reason I have many other places for my money every Senlor mvoluntarllv glanced at the can of Prmce Albert that peeped from hls coat pocket but the class orator pretendmg not tp notice went on I thmlx that we should have models to choose from and am IH favor of postpomng the declslon of the Senior pms tlll later It would be altogether Improper for the Semors to have cheap pms besides I know lf we don t declde thls evemng we ll never do It ..-'-kj W". I x-. V',., -' I- A' V iff --in ! K VJ I uh , ' Q . .5 X , . A 7 " ' I 0 ,AQ I ' ,- -X, z ' ' Q -K Z -H is 5 -- , -4 4 -r-is---..---,...--. . . -.. ...AE I I l ,, . . i . ,, . ' . Y ' LC . . I5 All I7 ' PQ ' 5-" - . 1 , ll I yd! .5 Y Y Y , . S. . ,, 1 65 ' ' H . V. . , . . ,t . . . ,, - as ,- , 7 Y 5 l . - . .N - - 1 Y ' -.. , . 1 , 77 . V 7 . 1 CK n A o 1 v 7 1 - 1 . . , . ' . 1 1 HQ . . . - r . ' 7 ri . . H . - I y 9 1 9 . . . I ,, . H . . . , 1 1 . . , . . . ,, . ,, , 1 r 1-.X 5- ! - Kathryn finished with a pout and sat down Each Semor ln turn except Orion nodded approwaLand Tom contmu- d Now w1ll some one gave hls ODIIIIOII of the kind of pm? Mr Pzesldent came a quasermg some from the back part of the room Mxss Clubb answered Tom ln l'9C02YlltlOh Then Amy went on excltedly I am ln favor of a pm an the form of a trlangle wlth all angles bedecked by Old as the Pyramlds shouted Corinne seemed lost for she sat down looklng verv blank Tom I have the best Idea yet suddenly came from Mav Please address the chalr sald the preszdent Have you forgotten that Senlors should be d1gmfied" Mr Presldent, she answered meekly my Idea lb tlns Let all of 1 s ga to the board and make a drawmg of our choice of pins and then I have to go and milk SIX cows this enenmg and ns nearly sm o clocl now said Fred ln a grumbling volce I thought I just told Corme not to lnterrupt a speaker Thls applied to all came a voice of reproof from the presldent but lt IS as Fred says nearly slx o clock and we will adjourn the meetmg un ul to morrow Adjournment was not voted on shouted the usual qumet Ross but Tom was gone Mr Rlchards lln economlcsl Ross why are most all the factorles placed ln New England?" Ross f8XClt6d over a v1s1tor,l Well because lt was too cold up ther to ralse cloth " ZT I I, It I .. L S I . 3 " - , D .. I5 'X ' 9 4. ,Ng e .A Y v- I 1 Q .. 4 , . . ,, .4 v - gy Y - v - ' 7 44 I. ,, v . . . , . 1 s , ,, ! CL ' 1, ' , . "Do not mterrupt the speaker", sand Tom: but Amy's inspiration ' 7 I ! . . ' if 77 . , 44 - yy - - 4. Y , . . . . . ,, 44 - yy 44 - -i - Q 'E 77 ' ' ' ' , . ll ' ' ' . ,, . . Q . 1 0 . . , Y. . . 9 v ' ' - 17 It ' !7 ' I 7 WC. B., '17. o . 7 I - . .. . K4 . V 3 , V xx,-'Y N"'i7',-F '-S2 -N-A 'f 4cf'A 'Z f+XX ff l X ,deb ll SNFLZFS ere are three Ixrnds ot sneezes rn the I C 'rrs ther e x e a xxell rernemhe-red sneeze of barena some time acquired lx Iaulrne and Ida but nexer in such pertect'on Her s represented the most unusual sneeze the soul satrsfxrng sneeze the sneeze xx e haxe all xxrshed for xet nexer sneezed NI ell do I remember the proeess An appe alrne expres sion ot longing carrie ox er' Sarena s faee .1 loole of desire t rr things to eome then sloxxlx her head xxent up rn the proud carriage ot 1 haughtx ladx rnd precrselx and aceuratf lx ler left exe xx ent shut sometimes rt xx as her right exe but usurllx the lett and stax ed shut as rt xxerghted hx lerd Next rust as sloxxlx the other exe xx hreh ex er one rt happened to he closed her head xxent farther baelx he drexx in her breath and I ut Sarena in a mild grentlx questioning tone of xorce said Caehoo oo and looked xerx vxell pleased Next there xxas a sne ze for Florence the most eommon sneeze the one oiterr heard comrnxf trom the desk et Nlartrre Fred Marietta and Corrne and many nranx times from Prof Richard Q ofliee hut nexer' so xx ell dex eloped as bx Florence Her' method xx as this -kt the begin ning xxe usuallx heard Oh' tree here rs mx handkerchief?" Then a series of brief explosrxe eruptions something like this Ketch er' lxetch er' ketch er a pause and keteh er' ketch er' ketch er' And all xx as quret agrarn Third xx as the sneeze of Seth manx men of many axles haxe trled to describe sneezes srrnrlrar to the sneeze ot Seth and failed 'or instance Fred xx ho onlx reaehed the medrexal stage of saxrng Wh hrsky" This snee.4e ot Seth s commenced sloxxlx and graduallx ascended to the climax then long draxxn out on chorus descended marestreallx into ob ixron The onlx xx ax xx as to spell it o o c h o o o o tthrs is the chor u l e e e e e Nome time there xx as a grand final ending accompanied bx a full orchestra but no matter hoxx sneeze xxrll nexer forget it 1 if I le - V - f " x -f fx I g -, . , wxff' 7 -- -. L , X. A - .Lf f 1 f. 2 i 1 S f U tj-x -- , x. Z .. 4' ,P 'X .. O Lxv- ,- 1 'w -- 1 Th ' ' '- ' " N ' ' x C. I. H. S., I" rt, 'x vas . ., . , . 3 ,,' x. . , ' '. V r. ' , Y , V , . 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Q Z-YA, f - M ' kg:-VQHLEVH M W ,...f -r POEM TO bENIORb Il I N Q 3.1 1 4 N f 5 6 V F175 hu K 1X if V I 7 X ffr 1 1 K fn' f A U41 X , , 1 I f 1 r H1 1 , ,X ffwx , fn! - fix , .Q ,,, . , mf + ff f X L . 2 V I -XB .lie 4 LN ' D I ' TZ: ! -- QL K 1 X1 WI 'Am ilu- QQUII4' x'4v'1'r'1- in gf-I4 sl :xx .Xu 1 yrvu IM-I lilv- If-'lima' pw. Ilwlf ,x'11111'f5m-Qzxwl Izlkw- :L lfmk. SI Mx' HIE- frwm !it'v'4 Q'!'f'2lT lffmk Nmiw me-1 XXl1'iIIl2lk4'YlliYlf,l'F ' mu, Sv'Ihf'HI1US wh+v21r'f'w11 lhf- lvlllll. Thr-'m Qriw j,,,,11' I+-41111. .-Xml S'Hl21l'4' xm12',i'1x-.3 . mi "g'nu+r'11p." Wh' 11 fllll frwlHK's1f'+"pinu'lz11f', Az.-1 Ch+'f,'ii'7'1f5"rl1l' vmrlx 1'vl4'iW1U1fi'i'12TA .I .::.p1'ig'ht ugmvfi wgwn j,'1wxy'f'j:w. Y '1ll.'F"21X'."wI"1iHI' ','.' HI1fi,'fMlr six 1. Mui j.w1 fllzllk :ul :mmm fm ima rim. RYPL L. rpiiiiw. wi 'Vffr '.'.'i'h 1f,r,sfn":Jr1 WE."g'1'i' 'lH'il'I1'2IhI A111svq'z'1r'-the-iljia ',f. '. A1.fi"g:i,Qf-rug," ' " fif+ f-f,' Qrau-fi '.1.' hem juz 2"Sf' 21 bf-1 4125 ',.i'k 'mf uzmw jxfm ,"11'-X-'iY1'l32I Iwi, I' - 'ff T' f-,,' '.f. 13 .Ts 21' the Eizwf -fun V Wr. :Nw cum: fm' 14 1 -ax fr, 'iz 11, I4 Q. f r'?4i:Qf' 'flffffP'f'l'!J'T'I.1ffI' 'ma 'U.'.m-:A iff :ff-11 ifrw -pf. if r rm1Q.' r 1 :A IE' Lfrii yur' : Af Aff: 5 1 1' 3 - '.'fJ'lY'.:21.'.'f. . rw: "'ffr.g5r-1' psf' alglfiff fb Z' ii .L fy And make your passes by the wldth of a hair When a second s tlme IS a year to you And the years you hve are all to few Remember the days you ve spent m vam And should have strove wlth might and mam To gnt your teeth And square your Jaw And ginger up When you hlt lxfe s lme for a center smash Follow the man who made the gash For lts gams you want and not new holes For gams plus galns soon make goals If you hlt the lme hard and xt seems pretty rough If you get knocked senseless and are not tough Just grlt your teeth And square your Jaw And gmger up So Senlors when It comes your deal And from the deck of lxfe you break the seal Shuffle them good but do It falr Play the game close but play lt square The hmlt you re playlng IS as hugh as the sky And the game s never over untxl you dle So grit your teeth And square your Jaw And "ginger up" T M H.. 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Q A 'y f 1 ' 1 ' " -1- I 2 l MJD 1,1 ' IQ When you get into life's big game for fair, , D i . , . . . ! ll ' yy . . , 1 . i ll ' ', , 7 Q u , u 0 n . , . . 1 ,nfs-X K li! 9 E' POLYHYMNIAN HISTORY The Polyhymman Soclety of the Elk Cnty Hugh School was organizer' ln the year of 1912, wlth Mlss Malone as dlrector All the glrls of thf Hugh School were members and the object of thus organlzatlon was to nelp the glrls to over come the greatest hmdrance to glrls llfe tlmldy So twlce a month the gurls me ln the southwest room of Emerson bulld mg and there they rendered a programme conslstmg of readlngs orlg mal stones solos and many other lnterestmg selectlons After Miss Malone left Mlss Luker was dlrector untll 1914, when she took charge of the J umor and Senior glrls who organlzed the Alpha club If you should VlSlt the Polyhymnlan Soclety now you would be met at the door by Mlss Hurst and conducted to a seat of honor where you would hear an excellent programme rendered by an enthuslastlc crowd of girls The present arm IS to speak and act well ln soclet y MERITS OF A FRESHMEN Senlors are old and mean and cross Jumors dont know much but like to boss Sophs are sllly and alway shlrk But a Freshle vull get down and Work like a Turk Others cause the Faculty trouble you bet But a Freshle glves them no cause to fret And on the grounds acts very mce He ll never match mckles nor shake ugly dice The little Freshle IS a lamb Indeed Of whlch the Hlgh School has great need Any where he wlll treat you fair Because his motto IS B2. He IS a gentleman through and through And hrs actxons are always found true blue aff H A of-is f , so , V X .N ' z " i 2 Lxv- -,tx I u I Y . n a Tn - . . L . . v , - v Q ' , . Y 7 7 . . ' 1 . 1 . 7. . , . It ' , , . v n 9 1 9 7 Y 'X-"',-4 s... Sgr-1" ijfxlf " :ff-X,fM 4' X- POL! 53,2- OUTSIDE 1 RQUBLE, I11x 1 x11 1C 1 It ll Ll 1 c1111 he 11 1m N I11 1N11111 sI111xxe1l saxe 11111 l11Ft1L N1 r11111x 111 5111 1111 III If 15111 111 111 1l1e 1 xg llc I11 I 1ul1111f111 IIILII sulx 1 1111 huh I111 LX 1 1 11111 1e IQNIIIQ S111111 ba x x1 111 . 111 1l1e x1ll1a11 I1 ul xx1111 hu axx IX Illl I 1esh111c11 xx 1Il1edf1II 1 IQ SG111111 N so II1e11 the gful Q INK 21 xmlle ls xx ax lhe I 1esI1111.111 l1111I1e1l IJ 1111 A1111 xxlth C111 axx ful xx haclx 1 I ll be .1 5111101 some 1 1x II1l xv? f MIX ffl 'J -5-Zllll " -4 ll. J 1 ' , I X Q F -f S 1 111151 Klilf' 21 "'1:I1111. Illlb 1lQ his girl NIISVIMA11 l"111' zz ftrc ll 1l1,1x' i11 the 1'11'l'. WI All ll Se11i111' S11 l111l1l Sfoppll 1 ' l t,l1l. 111' 1I1i1pgs that 11111111 111 1I111 1lz11'l-. l3.1t 1h1- F'1:I1ie 511 '2lVt', N' k, . ' , . AI' ' 1' liut the SQ111111' was wish, A Ilya 1' 'l'l11111 1l1e,qi1'l shv I11-,"111 111 11111111 1' . . 1 5 -' 'CL 'l'11Q'z' 12 " 1' ljes, l,lll Ihv Sc11i111'hz11l 2 I his xx'z1x', ll If ' ' 1 S1113 l1z11l 5111 1'j'1xx', .Xl " ar' 1'- 'ah All l II 1 Lf ' ' :uid "Q ft" Sz1i1"' -lz,'." ... J J 4 x.. 27, 5 xx. .5 5"x FRESHMAN DREAM 11t1 pagesof' z1ne1ent l11st111 111 Q PX Il on o N 111141 Ill 1 There 11e11 1n .1ne1ent t1n1es tl11ee th1ef121ces1nltal1 the Itahans the Ecruscans and the Greeks 1111s th'1t the D11 ke Nlmstrel p 211 1nff Ol on 1 the s1Ql1111g Xllllfl? The lxehts are so llllll 1l11s late 11.1s that Home one ste11111ngupon the poalth lhue 11e1e Ill ee11l1 tunes th1ee e1.1et racee zaees 1e1ces and suth f1ne hmses and .1rt1st1t 1111915 hu but Q next thmq the fful lxllllll the fllwl 18 IS 1111 1111: and the t11ll ot GI eehool mate Is ec1lI1nq and she must he gomgz It 11 is 1e11 dzulx andthe Qlll 1121s ,LIOIJIDQ 1111 11411 along when some NOICC s.11cl elee111l1 c on tart alll s111111 LHXXX .11 so she U11 64 out Come on Vexme Thu 11e11t up to the sthool but eve11th1ng 11f1s so Cllff81CIlt the blllldlfllf 11 as no11 s1x1ee11 Slfllltlb l11ffh each Qto11 191116 sentmg a year 1n anelent hlStOIX The1 cnteuml and such a el1a11ge, 11stead ot gomg up one shoxt H11 L of St3lFS and SCSIH5., M1 RlLl'lZ1IllS and hefu hun S211 Cro to 1o II 100mg gn s t11e1 gmt on t e 9l9VHKO1 md 11 hen H191 st.11terl tl et ffl' 1 e evatol l101 saul Ye , es 1oo11 or 1l11 Cl 1ne con t 1111 Ifzom tl1e f'11o11te exp1eQs1on the1 zeeoffnlfed then sthool matt Tom Vl allaec One of the gnls 11 ent 1nto the 101111 she thought the xxght one upon enteung she 111et .1 1e11 bee111t1tul 11121111 Ill 11 a1t111g 11 hr 11 db s'111n11 I two hnes 11 eve cut bv a t1ans1e1ez1l she got no t1rthe1 toz she1eeog n17ed the puzzled student to be l1lf1Lee Ida then 1nt1orlucefl l1e1 to the professm 11 ho standmf the1e as 1f tl1111l1111o than lu sud Let 111e bee an 6Y1Jl6'bS1OI'l stan1111ng hlm ds Cla1ene2Wll1son Every thlng was so fine th It she dld not l1no11 11 hat to do next Start mg out IIIKO tl1e hall she n1et several of tl1 laeult1 In the Latln teaehez she sa11 tl1e features of Glz11l1s Xanl acte1 and he1 fax olue ex pre-ss1on Dmg 1111 buttons bu1st foxth next she heaul 21 Q11 eet llttle WOICG SHXIDQ, T1aee Alexancle1 e tan11a1gn pleabe and l1no111ng lh1S to I f 11 ,A ,ee I - "' ,rf 1 'y Qs +'?k" M M 1 '- 11 l L ' X' l M ' W ' 1. 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' f 1 " 4 - -' ' fltilljjb ifjllif be a werv famfllar FIUQW-tlOl"l of 'NI1ss I uker 4 she stepped tothe door hop mg' to see 'xt least one of her old teachers but to hu amafement she next heald the sam 20109 sax Is-ch Ga fret and bx thas knev lt to be Sweet Russell her old school mate of 1919 At tlus moment ID the back of the room a voice muttered well that makes me peexed and Jennu Hunter was stlll using 1910 slang As the bewlldered vlsrtor turned t Feaxe the room she heard another ladv inquiring for the supermtendent who seemed xery much m a hurry Becoming dlscomaged she turned to leave saxmg ln Floaa, Thulmond s Cl-'l3.l'3Ct61lSlIC was I should vxoxry The dreamer got no fuxther for she xxasawakenfed by a some from the starrn as callmg Come Po bed It IS twelxe thirty The wakmg Freshm n rephed Well Iseem to haxebeen asleep as long as R111 NanNl1nkle but now I have mv theme fox Tuesday sad sad stout 9. remalk wa latch proved Ruth. Hall to be the dreamel of this dream. N! q"'W Cl-B55 in-41 1915 -ai is e , - . l S , B 1. Z , 1 P ' ' ' 5. 1 h i ' l 'a 2 -, ,ax -t ,- 1 D - Q v , Q Q .... Q A f , V - 14' I , , f L - 1 - . ., . " L I xfx j I uw, xi I1 P- Av V . . ,Q , ' . T- H . 'V . - f- , '1- ' 'V . v .1 .A 1- " ' ' . - y - - ' . -. I - .1 , W H 'll Y . t M .. , - b K I U ' , f A . -, . . v v '.. V ' ' 1 , . v' l Q fu I1 1- . - - th . V .7 ' V . J, r . v I v , v ' .J A . ' v . ' " . ' ' v f . ' 77 Q ' , -r v . . . U , W . . -N I, V ,. 1 , , . . . '. Y f' . , . J' V M 7 n , f 1 F: , U?-4' ' . E4 H ,, L ' . IA , 1 ,r .. . , -... , ...- .x, :... f - - ...f- r I -5 - I 'lf ff' " -wx f' -'Tir .2 bl- NEVER GIVE UP It takes nerye, grft and pluck, To never give up To of yourself always be master In face of disaster Yet in spite of your efforts failure may come, And leaxe you stranded alone It you while running, should stumble and fall But like greased lightning rise run again And mth your utmost might and mam Show to the world you have grip and pluck Ard never give up If your tasks seem to grow harder each day And you vsish to find an easier vsay XX hy just this question of yourself demand, Have I this brain of mine in hand? Then take a big dose of nerve grip and pluck, .And nex er give up Think of the men in the face of defeat A Napoleon, a Washington a Robert E. Lee With new er a one in the past or world today. For whom success held the 'right of way. But they fortified their souls with nerve. grip and pluck And never give up. If in martyrdom their lives were lost. Did not a nation count the cost? The cost of a Caegar a Joan of Arc, Who each in their way played a full part Clinging with might to nerve grip and pluck With never a thought of giving up A -By May Huffman Xi: -'ff 4 g 'E E-5-. 5 1 L ,- . . S nv- - , 2 .. 9 . V , Y . . Why dont cry at all, 1 ' I . 'I . 3 . v , V 7 W 4 I W Wk ...I fzv-f U f U edges of a frled egg and caused hlm to hate Dr Merldlth more than ever Kennlth was one of the best cartoomsts ln college and editor of one of the fraternlty papers Kltty was a close second m art work and there was a friendly rivalry between them and also Ray Hearkness an under classman whose sketches were often pralsed But the trouble wlth Kenmth was that he knew very well that he was m love with two glrls Kltty was a dandy chum but Mildred Parkman was one of those tall dlgmfied beautlful persons you read about, but never see who alwavs dxd or ald the right thmg at the correct moment and always had her own way before anyone else saw how she dld lt At present whlle Kenmth was medltatmg revenge upon the entertainment committee he was trylng to declde between Mildred and Kitty Perhaps lt was thls that made hlm pre occupxed for with hls hands stlll caressing has rlght ear he looked over at Kltty and sald somewhat peevlsnly Oh dld you get run over and get killed or dld you change your mmd th1rteen and one-half txmes about comlng or what made you late? Neither laughed Kntty as she sklpped over to the tenms net Look here she went on faclng hxm with her hands clasped behind her back what s wrong wlth you? You ve been as cross as a Latln fiend all week Are you plannlng some new devllment to worry our poor dear presldent? No don t throw anythlng at me put down your racket. I ll not say lt again but I d like to know lf you are going to sulk around llke th Duke of Wellington or Napoleon Bonaparte much longer?" 0h forget lt, answered Kennlth let s start our game May I watch you? came a new volce and Mlldned Parkman dressed ID a neat sunt and hlgh heel shoes came anound the hedge and deposited first her books, then her coat and Tlpperary hat and lastly herself upon the bench You know very well, sald Kitty that Kenmth Won t play a stroke as long as you're here but stay as long as you luke Pome and slt down Kitty Went on Mildred I ve got news You know Ray Hearkness of course. Well one of the boys told me awhlle up - g V!-1 L " s X41 ,... 1 , .F x an I ' 4' 9 D ' A' Si' ll I . ..- .2 5 I f .. - L -1 46- ' 71 ' ' ' ' U - ' . . . , F ' Y I H . ' 9 Q Y . . 5 v , . U Y 1 ' l 7 17 , . , . ' U 5 . ' Y 1 Y e . ll ' 71 ' lf 7 91 , , ' ll ,Q ' ' ' 7 1 I 9 As yy - - 44 - 7 U ' ff , . ll ' ' ,Q ' 541 , , , . I A Tfitfjx ago that the fraternity you rem lxenmth offered hrm membership Of course everyone know that he IS workmg hl way through school and no one was a l lt surprised when the boys uspended rules and were gomg to let hlm m wlthout any membershlp fee but old Scrooge sand he would not all w It and so be It Ray s angry as fire though Oh' she went on lookmg down at her feet my shoe s unbultoned Kenmth felt m hls pocket, And I haven t a shoe hook Knty felt ln her hal Here s a halr pm she b8ld Don t use xt msxsted Mxldred you vull b eak lt Not much It s wlre W1re' You ll rum your hair I use rubber ones Jlmmmy crlcketsl answered Kltty I can L afford em One good race or ball game and I d lose every one I had ' Thank you Kenmth went on Mildred please don :use slang Ixltty As you please my lady answered Kxtty Jumpmg up Who wants to play tenms any way? It s nearly time for the postman Let s V1 moose and see lf we get any letters Mildred rose lelsurely and smoothed her skirt Kenmth plcked up the rackets and balls and Mlldred s books and as he started off between the tvs o glrls talkmg first to one and then to the o her he walked as happlly as any Slr Walter Ralelgh through a mud puddle at the slde of the curbmg The next morning It looked as lf the entire college were on the cam pus Groups of students were congregated here and there President Meredlth had even forgotten to put on hlS hat For tacked to the trees and the gate posts and even to the walks of the lecture hall were posters prmted m large black type Wanted A College Presxdent Any old dummy wlll do but must have a sense of honor and a sense of humor no other requlrements. But the cartoon was better than any student had seen before It was a perfect carlcature of the preslden wxth horns and pomted ears Over at one corner of the campus an exclted group of Freshmen were 1- 'N x ,,. - 'fi A 7,- ff OS- s...a. X VJ I .- - b ,J X I u " ' 'O W ' I s 1 ' p-Q I, E ' Q F ' - .-.43 -- . --N-...,......,.--. -,-...,...-h . , . , . . . I 7 Y I , S ' S ' . , 5 f ' 7 I3 Y ' v ' v n I . , . . , ' lf 1 71 I , , ' ' ' fl y , n . . .F U , . . ,, v . Y 9 ,. , . ,, . . . ,,' v. ' . ,, 1 7 . ' 44 - v - n , . If ' r - ' H . . .. 44 ' ' - 77 ' 44 1 7 . , . v 1 , 1 ' 54 ' Q, ' il 1 7 1 9 O 7' 7, .L 77 - ' ' .- I 7 K Y ' . , . , A . o 1' ' n ' 1 U V . . . I U 1 . , . ' - . an . , , . . . ' Y - n 1 b . . 7 . . Q9 if 12 .33- talklng, Look hue Ixax sud one 1l11t s tht d xnmhest IJIGLQ of xxo1kI xe sun 111 a long t1me but ll Wlllllg' to o h If xx1t Illl cl oxx xx o c1c 1t anr exe1xo11e knoxxs hoxx xou d1axx X at 1t xr ll tt takc ll fo1 lt? I 111 readx ansxx e1ed Ixav Hta1 kntss Lome on Ra I xx ant to talk to xou 1 mmute sand h1s chum Iuk Redmon and the txxo str xlled olf rogtthu xxcnto1Iack I knoxx nov xx hx xo1 xx out last nlght ann I found a. coDx of one ot those p 1ste1s 111 XUUI desk the othc1 dax Sax old man 1s It xx Ol th lt' xx ould sax xx hat Old Suooze d d theothtl flax xx IS the camel that broke the st1'1xx s hack xts mx IQYTIIJQI l93.LllQll the l1n11t Iguess I kn xxx I can depend on xou to keep qulet but I n1 1 dangewus ch 1acte1' xou knoxx md I 11 he summoned to Old Suooge s sanctum of sanctums p1ettv soon so I guess xxe d l1ette1 separate Oxen on the stone steps leadmg to the llldlllflllllfll anothe1 conx 61 a tlon xx as gomer on You Llldli t oo1t d1d xou Ixenneth ' Ixxttx xx as askmof Ixenneth knexx the1e xx e1e only th1ee ln st hool xx ho cou d haxt done the poste1 and that the Henkness box xx as the rthu Ile had alxx axs ad'1111ed Rax and as ne axffued to l11mself noxx school meant the othe1 bov s bread and butter xx hlle he had ill but h1s LllDl0Hld Ht vxonde1ed II he could help hllll out of the scrape So he smlled doxxn at the glrl a11d ansxx e1ed I ets not sav anytlnn about It It re allx doesn't matter xou knoxx But lt does matt 1 lf xou dld It It means that xou xxlll be expelled and you knoxx what xou1' fathe1 Sald xou ll lose xou1 chance of the bus1 ness anothel xear Kenneth xx as staxtlng to reply xx hen the p1es1dent l'11IllS9lf came up the steps and sun1moned them both to hls ofhce Dr Meredlth was taland g1ax haned and l1e looked llke tl1e vexv ax engmg angel as he swung dovx n the co1r1do1 m flODt of them Ixlttx kept musmg ove1 and ove1 Kenneth dxd 1t Then she began to sm le l 'ff X , , - ,X 1: ,-xl - xx ' gf' Qi. +1'- fl? I ' I ' ' ' ' , , , -, c I - - , 1 x, Ll. ff 1 f'. L E-X S.. ' 7 " 5 , U V' 's f W ' s ..- 9 Rv- X rl '- ' ' -3 ',,' g a'l 'th lat- "h l'l', l , v , V , V: V V . V xfh, ' ' ,y QF I, A! v ' -'xv U y "I I lm , X l' 2.1. n 'w N v , I 4 , , ' H ' , , '3.. , z , . . - , .z - "Ra5"' " I -' " ' - ' X31 'eve ' ' , l ,- V ' V V -V ' V V x- - J. , V 'W . . u I A - x . ' L' . Y , 'V ' V V ' "7 "I don't know" a11sxx'e1'ed the other sloxvlv. "As Oscar and Adolph ' ', ' Q" I i 'es ' 'e .C VIS :7 v- ,-V: VV V . . V F ' ' ' f- . K V x. - , K ' ' 7 2 1 v V SUV VA v v 4 , 1 gn ,' ' 5 1 ' 1 C V sf L n . Vw v I u I Y' N , . . V . 1 - V Y. ' Z ' .' - . V -T - ,, . , .df . V , ,,, , 7 V Ki N . ., 9 ' . X IN' ' , V . V . V . ' A.. . . x Q v -1 v ' u : v . , , I , 1 n K v - , W V , V ' 3 2 '. ' , ' ! . v ' A v 1 l 'K J .V v l KL: ' ' 1: 1 , 7 7 ,I A L .I y J A A ' V V V V . ' V 7 - , . V'- Q. 7 u A L' , , 77 v Q ' v v u ' D Q . ' 1 V LV '. y ' .. ' . . H ' ' rr . , in 7 I ' 9 41' ,D Z Z -'Z 1 l as she sald to herself It ll serxe old Scrooge zlght lf I can fool htm but not let hum knoxx for ccrtam I don t care xx hat happens Just so he doc sn t punlsh us lwefole the hop IJ1 Nleredlth s ofllce xxas a lug room xxlth httered tables and deep chans It took htteen nnnutes for the presldent to make has prelim narx tank but thls time the xxords xx ere sterner than usual Fmallv he ut the QLIGSUOD li xx Hearkness xx as sullen as he refused to ansxxer xes or no Ken neth gafed dxslntere tedlx out of th xxlndoxx as he expressed hlmself as haxmg nothmg to sax and then the Doctor turned to Klttx And the lmperturxhle kltty xx ho had talked back to a dozen teach ers xxlthout so much as moving an ex elash nexerouslx clasped and un tlasped her hands paused dropped her ex es and ansvxered I 1 I d I haxe nothlng to say 'lhere xx as so much excltement ln the alr oxx mg to the coming festlxl tles that th lncxdent of the p0s'er xx as almost forgotten hx ex emng There xx as enoJgh else to keep exerx one busx for that mght the Senior box s and gurls had thelr dmner together at the long tables IH the banquet room xxlth the doctor at the head and toasts xx ere glx en and more plans fol commencement made It xx as ten befole the hghts xxere out IH the dlmng zoom but at half past elexen as kenneth xx as CIOSSIHQ' the campus to hls dormltorx after he had fimshed practlcmg at the gxmnaslum he notlced a l1ght Shlfllflg out through the shutter to one of the long French vx mdovxs Vx onderlng xx ho was msxde he trled the fastening To hls surprlse It yellded the xxlndow sxx ung aslde and he stepped nn Oxer at one of the QGFXIDH tables xxhere a hght was turned on Ixltty and Mlldred xx ere buwlx en gaged ln sontmg ollves and sandvvlches on to clean plates Thts IS xollx sud Kenneth Merc1fulJehos phat exclalmed lx ttx Too much slang cautxoned Nilldxed You see xxe xx ere hllflglx Ixen neth md xxe ll each ptobaolx be axxake all mght as xxe both p0SlIlX9lV must hand ln our botanx notebooks to morroxx so here xxe are sc, sg 'I-1:1 , vi 'S F' O' lv tai- fig W 1 -511.- Z. f X NZ! if 11 3' ' I, uf 'lx X . 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ENCLYOPEDIA Faculty Knowledge gently sleepmg out of bundles Seniors Braggmg Donkey Senlors Jumors Lack one year of knowledge Sophmores Begmmng to hammer xt out Hall The place to recelve the latest news to lmproye the complexl n and soclal meetlngs Geometry That whlch goes round and round The Staff A communlty whlch bones the Freshmen and Sub Freshman Prof Rlchard s office A cool resort for the braln Mlss Hurst The Latm teacher she IS klnd and generous and she lS alvsays heard to say Now lets try It M1ssLuker OurEngl1sh and Hlstory teacher She has taught here several years and IS loved by all Her motto lS You slmply must get lt Mr Nowlm Is loved by all Hls love for geometry and algebra lS great Theme A subject loved by all especlally by the Sophmores It con slsts of sentences and paragraphs all bullt upon the Jack and J1ll method Senmor A gray halred Patrlarch Cram The usual executlon before exams Exams Punishment for unlearned lessons Mlss Hurst A person noted for Latin and German and has very wm nmg ways wlth small boys Mlss Luker A person wlth sky blue eyes and a few brlef remarks as I have seen lt several tlmes and thats the lnterpretatlon Iget of course I may be wrong Then she glves the class a look that would convmce anyone Desk Somethmg that contains the latest sheet muslc and lnstructlons for the newest dances Ida. N A seven hundred page volume of giggles :ve could not do mth out er Martrle R Is especlally COHSDICIOUS because of her length and the fact that her eyes look somethmg hke Florence LaBad1es Y, L L- - F fvgi , Q fa' ' '-+1 A . ... 3 - .. F - 3 I 1 5, L 3 5 , ! Lv - " - ... In 3 , P I . 4. ...41 T na D v 1 h I ' ' -1. 1 Y . l I " ' A - . , . 1 , K , 5. , ll - 77 . . . ,, . .,, . . . - . . . ,, . ,, Q ., . . . . . 7 77 ' ' I . - .. Q . . ,, ,, . f' ft. T' xl J ci' Ul' A 13 X n W 0 Z Floren cbool Another glgqly type alwaysthmks shes as good as the Senlors Alsa qnyder The foollshness ofthe class especially notlced for her double chm Marletta Been here a short tlme verv bashful but on her way to re Sarena Taylor The most perfectly developed plece of lmpudence that ex er entered the Elk Cxty High School Paullne Henry A rather succ ssful attempt at Junlor dlgmty Noted especlally for her modest demeanor and the fact that she never talks to the boys Rosa The c It up of the class she got 100 IH geometry one txme I uc1le Noted for her crlmson blushes and for glvmg the Freshles thelr conferences Popular Boy Is one that has a knlfe ready to hold your coat open the door plcx up your books plenty of chewmg gum and a case wlth SIX glrls at once Popular Glrl Is one that has a lookmg glass and powder rag and does not requlre more than SIX dates a week The Alsle Is a narrow valley surrounded by desk here may be found fleets of all SIZES notes books rulers coats penclls wastepaper foot balls basket balls glox es stray themes peanut shells candy sacks handkerchlefs and etc The Hall Is the blggest dlsappolntment ln school It IS a place Where you thlnk you can take a deep breath and talk to your nelghbors but alas you only turn around to find Mr Nowlln glarmg at you as you are ready to open your mouth Paul Burnett Wrltes notes to half dozen glrl whlle lookmg at one Leta Mosely Wouldn t she look pretty Waltlng for you ln a vlne cover ed c ttagel Nothlng A call down IH study hall Sopomores A race of youthful and unhaltered goats The J umors are already wearlng a sad worn look thelr one dream day and mght seems to be geometry They belleve that trlangles hve, and f T -,.. ,, N. fr' Kg.. fy ff for il sfo- w-- .A X - ' -9 I I alt of I X ' ' I 'll "' 1 Q 2 I f P 1 ,S s -. 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' J' . !.v,L " xv' ffm' 5' J ,.J Q. 132' Get me a plate Mxldred and let us hope that the mght watchman does not take a notlon to lI'lX9Stlg3'9 the llght was kenneth s answer Oh' he wont sazd Klttv the watchman s off duty and Ray Heark ness took hxs place Besld s he has Just made his round and wont be back for an- hour If he does cone I wlll take a salad fork fas she s lect d on from the sllver at her elbou7 and pozse It thusly asI say h vllllan keep our secret or you will che of polsoned ollves Forget xt and gxve me something to eat Sald Kenneth Wo one heard the step on the floor or thought of the open wlndow agam untll a man s volce sard I ll trouble you for a mmute of txme and the three turned to look over a revolver barrel toward a very dirty lace and a parr of eyes beneath a felt cap A verv modern burglar he was from hls fine revolver to the rubber soled shoes on his feet but a werv husmess like one The plate Mlldred vtas holdmg went to the floor wlth a crash Kenneth's hands clenched at the look ln the man eyes as the revolver turned the fractxon of an mch toward her I d advlse you to be stlll the man went on mto the linen closet Ss 1th you None of that young man dld you hear" Step 1n I say It was pltch dark in the closet They heard the burglar turn the key m the lock and then draw It out M1ldred leaned weakly agamst one of the hnen shelves The only sound was her short sharp breathmg Of all good memorles muttered Kenneth I we left my knlfe on the table Anythmg ln here to work a lock Wlth7 He struck a match There were only piles of smooth whlte table clothes and napkins Outside the man moved a chalr They could hear the soft chnk of the sllver as he plled lt together The match went out UIVG me a halr pm Mlldred I tell you It wont do any good they re rubber Krtty' Here s one Kenneth was down on hls knees m front of the door The haxr pm broke Dog gone' Sald Kenneth Q 1 I7 , ' '. -, 1 N 2a Y L -" Q - ..- . 63:35, N--1 f x V1 1 1 2 -f 'P ff 42 ,X o ' VV v 1 ' V ... ,e ff? , 1 - V2 , X Q 1 e-f. ,K U - ...., ,, . . 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Q Y' 7 'xx 1 23- What at came from Mlldred I said darn' glve me another han' pm klttx The man m the room opened a drawer Phan th rr- vm a rattlt f more sllxer kenneth drew IH hi breath sharp y There was '1 cllck at the lock and the door su ung open In one bound he xx s ac ross the space betvx een hun and the table and his hand was on the rcvolxer It was 'Nil dred who threw open the wmdow and called Raw Hearl-:ness Half an hour latter President Nleredlth mounted xx here he could see over the heads of the eheelmg roomful Into the evovx ded hall bex ond vsa: saymg In payment for the servxce which four of our students haxe rendered tomght, I shall try no further to dlseox er xx ho set up the p ister thls mormng the college ovx es rts snlxer to a halr pm 'Nlay I consuler myself appllcfmt for the new presldent at least m my sense of humor ' And old Strooge vs as cheered as he had newer been before but kenneth found time to look down at kitty and sax You lre 1 brlek to stand uy for me even lf I didn t do those posters May I take you to the dance to morrow nsffhf' 0 Nl XM ,- , 71" ' ixv .. - sf +-5 -i' "' 9 "- - - - I , ,,, , - L t 1 ' S' 1 1 5- L Ex 5 I fu In 1, M- fn. - .fa kt " 9 -1 ...a- ll I YY ' . -1 ' I , 5 ' ' ' Y' Tvv . , , ,. 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I Q ' ' 7 v , ' 7' ,, . f"-fffofidx urcles are the defi111t1on of l1xeQ that IQ th xt thex l1xe1n a tntle sleep ln a btraurht l1n lm 111 l ar at r1geh1 ang es xx1th the xxorld L!l0l1Sl'l IS a eclentt xx h1th helps xou to accumulate the ac epted k'1 xx edge xx l11ch h Is been sxsten1at1f1 d and tozmulated hx anxo11e xx hom Nine Luk r xaxs lb capable of tompreher1d1r1g auth profound truth Qu17 A search for an excuqe to Hunk a pe Non Pr f R1chardQ The poxxer behmd the thlone Prof fornehux All off than offl The Trlangle Our orchestra Angel A m1r'atur lLplOdUQUOH o a qophomore after a selge or n1ne unth -Xngle A st1a1ghtl1ne xx 1th curxature of the Qpme hoxs A QQ x almost extmtt 1 1 the qoohomore claks but a xerx 1a1e and pvecloub N eclmen ham been pleserx eo Boa d A plav e on xx h1ch the school reste I hem1St1x A most offenmxe odor C ass A LOYHDOQIIIOH of m lecules a11d mollycoddlex D1gn1tx A QTISZLISUYIQ' afTect1on of the bemors Idle The FIQSl1Y'll8!'l 5 1dea of the benlors Jumom J1blets NI1lk X llqlllfl ewsentxal to the Fxeshles bzaln dex elopement O The CQIIIQI of a uncle Opportumtx A xer, causal x1s1tor xx h1ch comes xxh1le m E C H Polyhxmmans The manx Pollleb Puplls, The mote 1n the Faculty s exe QUIZ An agonmng ordeal xxhlch comee exerx SIX vxeeks for n1ne months btudy A pecularltx of the SQHIOYS Qophomore A ch1ld of tender xears xx1th one tooth Theme A result of many xxearx daxs homs m1nutes and Qecondfi of laborlous research and bram rackmg often endmg 1n nerx ous prostratlon and del1r1um tremens A I 'I ll! -vi R ,. -f ,' 1- -' A Kf"d ll " '-, 3 I X Q.l.f A 1 2 - f 1 A W . if 1 ' x 1 I ' AJ 1 . . I ff, . I QQ - , -3 ATL 17 V' It Z I ' ' ' ' e. 1 ' Q 'r ' . ' . " 1 ' . 1 b ' H S L, V' ,x . '-, A. v . . 3 J - ' , . - N 1 . 'V , 1 ' - v v 1" 1 , 1 . . . .. x A V .474 mi . . ,V g x x u EXQUIDUOIIS-XVO!'li for only the wicked ones. 1 ' 1 1-l -1 -5 . A U Q b . , . ,. . Y A -, 1 L IB A s, 1 . H , . , ' , ', . . . , v . . u .l w SI, I. w 0 xx v ' x D' -77 ' 'l I ' L.. T -- ' -' ' 1- ' 3. - . 4 'I' . fy I . . . ' vw. Y .V .' ' . '. . ' ' . . H S. ' ' I.l ,7 v l N. ,A , . - ik l . . V c .Y w V Y 1 V - n -Q1 .Tn Q V 1 i no " ' ,' ' T. . .. , . , W. y . , , L L y , f"' ft jgfgik RULES OF ETIQUETTE 1 The gentleman should msnst upon carrymg any packages vyhxch the lady mav have when walklng Wlth her Z.. Always eat soup wlth a fork holdmg the fork firmly Ill your hst 3 It anyone IS ln your way just push them out 4 Walk on every ones toes you want to and say keep your toes out of the way lf you dont want them walked on :J If you meet any one on the slde walk just take all the mom you want and let them get out of the way b Junlors should always speak to Nemors ln a yery respectful manner for they are the wisest and sagest ln E C H S 7 Senlors should never vlolate any rules ln the presence ot the Fresh men for they are our example 8 lf any one should be readmg a letter or note that you vyanted t read just lean over thelr shoulder and look J It one person should be talklng ard you want to read just pay n attentlon to the speaker 10 When on the streets laugh and glggle all you can for xt mlght cause people to notlce you 11 If a lady rejects the proposal of a semor he should yy ear mourn mg for slx weeks 12 A Senlor or Junloz should not make any remark about a Freshman when leavmg the room 13 A Senlor should not make his calls over fitteen mlnutes long 14 Freshmen should not speak unless spoken too 15 The Juniors and Senlors should be faultless If you can t keep up stay behmd 17 The Basket Ball tnrls must not go to Cheyenne lf :hey a r t go home before five o clock 18 It IS not proper for mere acquamtances t l klss when th v meet for this lb a slgn ot deep 3ff8Ctl0D 19 A young lady should not recelve a gentleman unless m the ples ence of her mother 20 It IS lmpOllt6 for a young man to shake hands yylth a young lady but IS permltted to shake hands wlth an old mald lf he h s xemoyefl h overcoat overshoes and bOylSh alrs before enterlrg the drayymg room 1- "gi TQ. - fp i A,...U in if-g-,,'Q N.. f y ol W 1 yt' ' ,J fy T. X I ,i ll ll 5 - X f K, , --- 1: 1 ' f 11 -A5 ,,g,,3M,r-H pw, r r F '. ' V' , .' v ,, - y ' . C, . . . M ., . l v .v Al Y v ' 1 K 1 1 1 ' ' , rr , . . . . , U I. ' ' 1 - U' La 1 V ' . . u. 4 I I . . 16. ' , ' . . ' ' Q , ' ' yy' 'w o 7 . . .H A . . ,. ' v V- A v . ' I . I aw Q v L S ' la. V I feffffl-A fe like 23- 4, Attempted Humor HL TOLD HER Hhs I uker K eorge you may tell us all xy hm you wane whlspermg' George Yes ma m lllSbL 'I vu may speak out and tell what you sau! t eo X es ma m M1 s L beorfre do as I told you feo lad Isnd Xesmzam Mr No'-vlm They say a boy can tdo P113 best work lr' school unlese he sm loye vnth a gnl Paul I shall expect tm see you pxckmg up I am sure George IS not trymg enough this vear vy rote 'Hrs Ward Yes answered 'Vhss Lukex m reply he rs the most trymg boy ln hw class JNIISS Irls Bell has recently betomae a Brble student her favorrte yy rlter bemg Paul Mr Noulm ll hat rs book keepmg? Jacques It IS tendmg to some one else sbu-smess It IS as easy for a camel to go through a needles eye as lt BS for M Cornehus to stop makmgg eyes at Mlss Dans Mr Rxchards Nlr Nosylm I want, you to hold Carrre and Sweet after school Mr Nlowlm Why er almgght Miss Luker Whaft rs the dlfttrence ID the north and south poles? Glen P Qbrlght boyl Ml the dxfference m the world f 4 so - s- -s e X- 0- 45- - 1.-E A .l ,., S - L, ...... 1 k ' ' ' ' I 2 Q ' 1 I 3 "'- , ., I 3 . Q' ... 1 a ,,, Q , , . 5 , ' f 1 1 , ' ' ' ' ' ' . - v Q a , Q ' Q' 1 A w . L v v ' v - v ' i Y ' i V I 1 4 .i , xx ' l . . ,., , 1 ' - .Y y , I '. S .f ' , ' - v v , ' r v ' A . . , - 1 . , . v V. .' . V . V. . .4 . .1 1 -- - V- - yy ,. 4 N . L J r ,, ,, v ' . i. V H . v. . . . , - Y7 X. . D . . Y . ' fl 77 1' . , , . v . 1 - 7 f 1 , I . . , . N f .f . ' Y . . F ' f I . ' V. ' I . , .V l . , .. I '-' , . . . . . . - 5 L . .1 . . . 7 . ., .f - f+ 'D X Ziqi W l Ifzeshman lexcltedlyl NIlbS Luker Paul has syyallovsed a bottle on lnk 'nha slnall we do' Mlss Luke! lAbsent 'mndedlyb I suppn se yvu mll haue to get some Lblotters. The semors 'know mor than any one n school yea xerlly more than the faculty eyen If you dont beheye lt. hsten to thxs mudfnt. About a sy ater connected the New York Bay and Long Island Sound Orlon startled the room by feplylng the Heldespont But he yyasn t satlshed wlth thus. Later M155 Luker repmved hlm mlldly for hlS mistake and fOr1on straughtened up matt-ers by explalnmg Oh pshavu Miss Luker 1 knew all the tlme the Hellspont Js between Long Island and the nnln and Mr Iwownn un phy SIC class? If ThlS eipermment xy ere to go wrong would blow this bulldmg and exelythmgm JI sky hlgh Draw rlmer that you may better obserye. UINL QUAL .AIN SNK ERS Ida Nmhols I wlsh you would stop laughmg Certalnly Mass Luker I wxll rlght away Mr Nov lin please fhsmlss us feadv Just as you say sound the gong Fred What did you make an deportment thls month 100 per cent and here IS my card to proye lt You agree wlth me do you not Orson' CertamLy MISS Luker Do you llke Latm Tom'7' Yes It LS one of my easlest SUIUGCTLS, , - 1 L. 6 M .P --Y W g'.,j,'N Q ----- f X ol ll .. xt, , y -.s I :J "1 ' X . b H e yp- A N i If ' X f --e 9 2. .,Q,Q.,.'. -Ye e - .. ' 'N -' -' 1Q I 7 N vu 1' N ' ' r "' A 1 Y v 4 Q v U n v '. .. f, , K , ,L .' . .' e . j E , j' ' ' j, - ' :month ago Mr. Richards asked the American history class what body' of ' ' .xv ' ' . . l , ,' v . v H IU! ' " " ' ' W x Y ' i1 y Y l Y v L . ., v v Q V7 7 I T .v' -H , ' ' ' av -ss 0 yy , 7 ' 9 ' -- wa - Y Y - - yr 11 I v V . ,r , . vu - w 9, . 11 ' ' sv Y it ' ' ' ! , . ffm-' lbw- i XJ '9 fl 'B .1 xxas ll 11x n t1e Hllt srnrs xxe1'c1nt1c1is1f1 xtr fw ck on cu11tx xxx n xx as connnsz 111 soxx x axes uoxxn xx'1tc 1 ff c uefullx xx hut he pl mul mah loot vxhen suclclenlx hf r IH 1ntoson1e one loa mg fuounl tht stmvxfxx lhanlx vou N11 'Nloxxhn lephcd the ltx xoxe of Nhss Lul er 1116.116 I 111st1tut1on of l N11 iell Xllssl ke-1 Alphx Pm Commmee Jumor C lass MQ9tlDfV lids ISS I ulxu lou lxnoxx that It lSIlLl9tl1df d ch1lfl somehow feels L lllt e b1t p1oud xx hen he IS brought 1nt0 no ICC hx some IHlSf0IlllT19 and lf ls true that he feels xery much puffed up oxel O say the mumps 1111011 4111 1FlllI1dQI't0l1Cl Oh yes' VQIX much pulled up' Xnd the semors b11ght '15 thex me could not get next 1o the 1 1' pose of 1he JUNIOR gnls many meetmgs Nhss Lukel VS hat doe Poe mean bx brazen bells? Pom Mmmng the was thmlxmg of an alalm clock I N11 s Hu1st lln Latlnl Jacques xx hat xxozd 1n our lanffuage IS derlx ed hom the Latm 1eflex1xe 111 onoun su1 Ifmcques Qth1nlx1ngz of hns fathe1 s hogsj qu1 SUI The Latln tefxehel was trymg to explam the sect1ons ot the Roman fnmy Now she sa1d extenchng he1 mght arm and then he-1 left Thls lb the rlght vxlng and thls IS the left ' fe, 2 A ,,?b.,,,..,.4,.... sl" -- l 4 . 1 ks---fQ-e-:'i1 - , 'K' gs - 4' " 2-2 '-'ww' 53' I X Y ' , ' X 'sig'-xl' f X D -,J ,ff I i I 41:5 .5 ,iff I ' 1 ' l 'V 1 A - - e I 7 V v. Q x X 1, . E , , 1' 1- ' QJ,.. - 1 It ' z '2lVl.'1l?lf.'84l l'V'r if, " V' lf Jxilsfr fo lla ' ls " Mr: N1 'li 'ai ' ' . 1 .ul 'ity l ' , '. h'n, 1 . .rv Y A , . x , 2 s , ,. . ' ' f L- my , .2 ' L- I , "I do wish!" he said "that you 1Jll'lS could learn to obey orclers and quit x ' . - , 1 P I v u ' '7 Per ' lx. ' .' ' ' C. C. H. . '. I . DS. 4'1 ' ' 2 . , . 1 . ' ,, . V' I w K L M1 A .A .f ' . . , 4 - 1: . . . ' K . L 2 4' , ' . 7 ' ' I1 3 v ' . . nl f 1 v V 'T , an ul 1 I 2 v tv 1. 1-' A i I AL ' . V .' C lv , ' 5 A' 3 , ju 1 : v . ' vvv S . v. 1 1 'S-, ,Q : ' I ' V v v . Z.: I ' I ,- 'n I 1 1. 1 th ',, ' d D 2 . '. . . Q.: R .' .' , . 1- 1, - - ' - , A4 - 4 Q f-X 5 ,, 533- X Attev Mlss Hurst explains fl letter Wrltlrg she asked Edgar to wrxte a letten of con frltulauon She recelved the followmg answer Dear 1 ousm Marx I congx xtulate you for bemg mv cousln and because you lux e ome xxhexe else so x ou xx on t need to trouble your head letter wrlt lmett 1 Lester I have a ways thought that a teacher should set the example Nllss Luker Vert where were your ancesters from? Vert I haven t but one sxster and her name IS Jenme Monday night after the play The Mouse Trap Margaret was accom named home hy Irvln Afterwards Margaret was talking about the play Last nlght xx hen I got home that pamt was smeared all over my face The modem hlsto y class had completed their recitation and Mlss Luker had called for current events on the European war when she came to Florence that young lady arose and began Well Mlss Luker I haven t got anvthmg about the European war today but 1 hear we are ln grave danger of bemg mvolved m a struggle near home I believe the Issue IS the rnvalry between Kathryn and Corrme over who shall come m to flnal possesslon of Tom As yet nothlng definite has been done but unless a way of peaceful settlement xs soon found It IQ feared th strug gle wlll be a long and bmtter one and that others may enter lt May IS reported to be keepmg a close watch on events and the concensus of publlc oplmon IS that she will be mvolved IH the struggle but It IS as yet uncertam whether as an ally of one of the contestants or on account of personal mterests Wonder why a teacher falls to see the funny slde of notes and Jokes m school if ll I Il? in-f"jff - so L1 5 A ' 3 5 I 9 157 ' X Ja? -A I K " 9 ,. ,- D .W bv I ' 1, . . 1 D . l , ,, , I J v , L f ' I L' , ' ' : if j .' . . V- . V2 . , ' ' . ' ' . 9 I v v 4 1 1 A- .v v l ' A ingf' Mr. Nowlin: l.ester,I wish you would make your Geometery drawings . v ' ' ' ' ' I lt YI, . lb ' v r , ' l! . ! V . '4 ' I 9 ' 0 7 ' V' ' I . , . A. 9 u ' V Q !""' 3 49 Q. ? Worder why a Geometrv proposition was not xx ritten ln poetrx so it could be easily memorized OH RATS Miss Luker kept a little rat much against th rule Now what must have been our surprise when she more that horrid rat to school Mary what number is this noun Mary Number two Miss Hurst Jack decline ager Jacque I can t Miss Hurst my s ats broken QUESTIONS OF THE D AY If Elk River was up so that no one could ro s would Pravis Wade? If Viola Taylor got lost would Vert Hunter? If the Alpha girls went on a camping trip vs ould Florence Cook? The lllVlt3tl0IlS had been issued for the J umor Senior reception One of the Jumor girls hearing a mistake had been made went to a Freshle and said I hear that no young ladv s card was in your invitation Mr Maybe this is her mltals The Junior looked at the vltatlon and saw R. S V P The sophomore latin pupils had just been speaking of Caesar s captur mg so many heads of soldiers Margaret couldn t understand or probably hadn t been listening and asked Miss Hurst vt hat did Caesar want with their heads Miss Luker flu Engllshl Rosa discuss Longfellow s style Rosa lawaklng from a reverlej Oh he is very stylish he always dresses ln the latest style .., H- 71 ' Lf' I .. C ,. -I C A or I at - .- f X ,IJ -I I 5 2 KJ -5- 9 I 1 1 ' Y' i gy I E 2 A' 4? 'Q I '- ..t at A , ,Q- l I . I A Y - - -vs - l Teacher, to girl who was not paying attention to the lesson. ' ll If . ' 3 s . ' ' . . . . . , . - 44 ! ' ' ' - yy . 5 1 . -.-D 44 - - - ' .,y - in- . . . . , , . 4 1 t. . , I v If if f lf-1 sax!! ff lx Li 4 faq .W J gybl,: Ml 052' ELK CITY VS CORDELL AT CLINTON My first dlstmct remembrance and impression after I got off the tram at Clmton was the watchful curoslty of the glrls attltude and the cock sure one of the boys We passed in Irregular parade thru the town and on out to the grounds where we eagerly crowded agamst the lmes to catch a first glimpse of our beloved team Cheermg vs lldly and fully deservlng of one glrl s careless appe lation of crazy mutts we watch ed the first appearance and plays of our bovs and eagerly urged them on to vlctorx Hearing some glrl behmd me 'aughmg I tumed quickly al most knocking an immovable red headed fellow down I wxsh now I had and got the girl s little patromzln laugh full ln the face of my heated games ours! My' I turned around as quickly as posslble for I knew lf I looked at her a mmute longer I would most likely make some cutting remark and really I did not know whether I had enough friends m and around Clinton or from Elk Cnty elther, to go ball for me and then I saw Tom Russell go down As he was carried off the field a limp re semblence of the dashing elert Tom Ihad alwavs known a chill sense of apathy fell upon me and a permomtlon of defeat curbed my bolsterous cheerlng for a few seconds before As Tom was gently placed ln the car to take him back to tow n, one great unswallable lump came into my --If - Nr Y ' gf I .1x.-,ir-'i--f wx' ' Lt 3 1 '. L f ' 3 s- . I - 2 ,, K C, , U X ... 9 'J' 'l-x- -.dlx ,f def f I . ,TILT I if fy 'fiifg -"1 , L if , - a Ei of 7 7" ,J e ff N v N L - is x I ff X 4 ! 11 rT I ' fr .. I, 3 4 lf I- 11, "8 ...- 'A - - H- L. , , sl, " fp, I1 I u- Q haw 'T - ! 'E' 2 - V - - - as 97 ' ' o n , c ' tl ,, A l ,yf D . . I . 9 . 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It St? 1 NX: --X 5' -D 27 cf in throat and I saw red' A sort of unnatural hush had fa'lcn on tht cxoxul but soon a whisper a word and then at len th a pertect babel broke fol th and accordmg to rnles the game vxenr on But that avs ful anode nt xx IS only the gruesome begmnlgg of the end Tom Hughes got I nocked out less and Onon wss shaken up pretty badly then one or two of the others suffered and the Game was thelrs But the redeemmg featur f the game were the fierce energy and w ll power of our boys an face of defeat, the two Vans splendid plays Nichol s brave race for uct ,ry al tho brought down when almost wlthm sight of the goal Lacv s actions and our captlan s brave face and splendid courage when a fit subject for the hospital himself he stlll played the game Emerson preaches cem pensatlon and there s always a next tlme and there wxll be retaliation A S 6 4' ,ja 34" r .W , BWM 7 F 'ir fi --2 in-f , p Q Q- L - ji 3 EX' ' 9 2, .,. ' ' . b g- 4 ' - Y . but with indominable will kept in the game. Seth was knock rl sense- !! . 9 . - , s ' -I xi 1' - ' 1 -- . . '1'. l l '15 t y .. 0 -F' Qi Z L Wllhson C Wxlhson R Comad J Conrad Hughes Sea1cy ALPHA CLUB Dulmg the term of 1014 lfw on account of the lalge number of glrls ln Hlgh School the JUNIOI and SCHIOI g.nls mthdlexx llom the Polyhymnlan SOClQtY and or amzed the -Xlpha Club As some of the girls sald Thmzs dldn t seem natural tor a whlle for all ml5S9d the fun and good fellowshlp they had enjoyed the past year as Poly hx mlans But there has been such peltect co opelatlon betu een the tuc hteralv socle- tles that they have accomphshed as much lf not nore than they would haxe lf umted The Alpha guls took up fnst the studx of the sholt selectlons from a number of Wllt,8I'S lhkllldlllg' Klpllng and O Hem x Thls u ork was followed by that ot modem drama A Doll House by Ibson and Lady Wlldmer s Fan by Wllde At present th gurls are planmng the dramatlvatlon of a play Modern current events the usual local school paper and humorous wrlte ups and m some mstances muslcal selectlons have helped to make the proqrrm very lnterestlngr Miss Luker s he'p has been mvaluable She has laughed vuth the girl? explalned wlth them and planned fol them untll she IS really one 0 t em The glrls are now vu orklng on the club xear book for 1916 17 and feel confident that the club hfe xx xll be as pleasant and the SIIX er arrow pms as popular next xeaz as they hawe been 1n 1919 . , . , . , . y- - 4 ., . 1. 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IEP SOPHOMORE MEDLEY Josephlne 1 hx elx 'sophomore xx ent one dax lnto a xallex She xx in dered too fax and got lost Whlle she xx as thml mg on the m'1tte1 of anx one bemg' sent to Hunt er '1 Ithea of sunl1g,htfell upon one ol hex excs xxhlch xxas Goode Her x1s1on b9lUglJI12.,llt9fl9d she beheld a L1ll tn a Fern xx hlch she lnstlntlx plclxed Ilhelc seemed to he thoms cn them for thex prlcked her hngers Black burn them Oh Rhea of sunhghtl she 9XCl3.lI1l6d Illlst..-llxllig hex Illeilllllj., the Rhea bulned a hole ln her dress and all she said vxas I ll have to send to the Iaxloxs Then sud denly I93ll!lI11., she xx as on the lrtnlxs of a rlvex proceeded to gross Wlule ful ITllI1Cl she onlx said The vllltffe Slllllllx can soon zemedv thls m it ter Although I haxe lately been shod perhaps I reallx need It aff un She had manx trxmg, expeuences but fmal ,x came to the School er sxxeet he ut taught Here she saxx a sad slght He1 lox 61 xx as malung loxe to another gul She silently Dugf er gxaxe and lay doxvn to peaeetul rest CALENDAR SI' PTFNIPER Mondax Students elasslfled bx nexx superlntendent Tuesd 13. Sf hool opc ned Thulsdax Orgmlfed Athlet c Assouatlon 'nd vxeelt Wednesday Went to see NIONIRFY at parade Plof Rlthfuds Somethlng more lIllIJ0lt3.Ht than chemxstly ' 'Srd xx eek Wednesdax Glenn pxactmed football OCTOBI' R Mondav 4th Football frame at Sayre 4 0 ln our fax or Tuesday 5th Plot Ixlchards has a new hat il 39 at the Nexx Xozk Store Wedresdax Gth Tenms Couxt erected X X 1 jlyf eg --2+ . .L I 1 l X' E 4 ' I it S 3 - . I if .Q 1 In .3 ' S f " 9 ,. ,-kY1 . Q I v v . v W v . . . v . i. T C v mv- . ' 1 1 1 .r 3 . Qlxlv Y . H , G Q . ,r . -Z ,"'. fa '1 X 'S 1 V . . ,, Y .Q ,, u , - ! I ' I- v 66, 'wr v v ,, , . 'fl' ,-L U nb- C V ' . ,,, , sk ' doing this it is very sad to relate, she lost a shoe. But being' of a cheer- ' V' " 'ab ' j : 1 A " :- . 'H' , 'r ' bf." v av' 7- A- 1' x ' lv . V , K V3 I - . . , f. L' V . v - -C C Y' v '- ' , r . v , , ' - ' K rv I K I JL 1 v, P' I 1 I v v 1 . M i S c. s . Y ' z f If - , 'N 'j- ' z xl 3 -' ' . ,I It A A V7 1 . 'V . .' 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' ' v 7 . is f ati- T- ...I 7 Z Z qi 2 Frldav 8th Game wlth Sayre and Son at Falrgrounds Frlday 23 t ame with Mangum at Elk Clty score M O E C 20 Frlday mght Some marshmallow toast NOVEMBER Frlday bth Cllr s played S W Normal Basket Ball Frldav 12th tame with Cordell C 1 E C 7 Frlday 20th Came at Cllnton wlth Cordell Speclal trams Every body there but Looky and Martrle DECEMBER Tuesday 15th Named the annual Electlon returns Elk 41 Antlers Fudav 12 Iolnt meetlng of the socletles at the Opera House D bate team chosen Saturday 10 Dutch luncheon Dutch Market Frlday 18 Basket Ball game at Arapaho Arapaho 19 E C 4 Thursday 24 Kathryn conslders tg,o1ng to I' rlck to spend Chrlstmas Frlday 11 Poly hymnlan debate Reso yed that black peppers is red der than hot JANUARY Monday 4 Noyylln came to school yylth a burnt heel Trylng, to pull the Achlllxes stunt Thursday 7 Prof Noyylm on h1s ear He s mad because he couldn t move ey eryhody on front seats Monday 8 CIFIS plav Weatherford at Elk Clty Frlday 12 Yawmng club orgamzed Buslness meetmg at 11 30 fdur mg Latin classl 11 40 Sarena Jomed that Jolly band of yayy nets Friday 28 Say re and Son came to Elk Clty 20 P EBRUARY Frlday 12 MISS Luker s blrthday mlscellanous shoyy er by Jumors and Semors Basket ball boys went to Sayre fLost a good gamel Frlday 19 Rastas Ragtlme Band orgamzed 47 members 44 dxtfe rent klnds of Instruments - -I K VV "",:- 1 i, 7 " f. 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