Ellensburg High School - Klahiam Yearbook (Ellensburg, WA)

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H ZZ X Z JK ,fff L..-5 gm FFT E HISTORY OF ELLENSBURG HIGH SCHOOL The good shlp has tossed and turned upon the seas for many years lyer nearer lts goal the craft has come guided by the unerrxng hands of plots always on the lookout for the best route and manned by faithful r ews whose duty was gxvln thelr best for the shlp ln such a way might he chromcler of history set down the story of the Ellensburg Hlgh School Forty years ago the cltlzens of Fllensbur appropriated 540 000 for the constructlon of the old Central or Vlashm ton School The bulldlng occupled the block where the present Washington School stands A feature of the structure was the tower contamlng the clty clock by which the people of that day tlmed therr actrons The entire public school system of Ellensburg was housed ln the bulldlng the flrst year and m addltlon the Normal School occupied one floor from I89l to IS93 The hlgh school was orgamzed ln l893 The second floor of Central School was then devoted to the business of hlgh school mstructlon A two year course was first offered Apparently all the puplls were flrst year students for there IS no record of graduation before l895 when four completed the mastery of Algebra, Physiology, Bookkeepmg, Latln, English, General History, Geometry, Rhetoric, Civics, Botany, Muslc and Arlthmetlc The school's first prlnclpal, F Nl Mccully, served from l890 to I90l The fact that he remained wlth the mstltutlon for eleven years mdlcates that 8 , -f ,T V X ' N- 7-,M vf s A 1 X X Xxx , ,inn I I S X , X X 1 U . , . . 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U . . .D . x 2 1 X We ,Z '21 V 5!uw"""" ""Pazz:4w""' s-wi? :gm lus f1ne dlsclplme and popularlty wxth the students prox ed favorable to the townspeople During, his term of offnce the student enrollment Increased from eleven to twenty three Succeeding Mr lVlcQully F L Qaulklns recelved the posltlon of prmclpal Under the dlrectlon of lVlr C aulklns the three year course was established during the school year V203 04 ln 1904 07 another year was added to the course so that Ellensburg H1 h School became one of the nation s thousands !HEill"lt3lDlflQ a regular four year course Howard Wallace heads the lust as the flrst of E H 5 'xlumnl under thls system llls raduatlon occurred ID 1905 The prlncxpals followmof lVlr Liulklns were W Nesblt who served from 1903 to l909 H H Ryan the nest year H X Ma 111 durmof the suc ceedmg year Arthur Q: Pope IQII to l9l4 Manly Q Wareham and F M Lash untll I9l8 Professor H Nlorgan for the neyt eleven years and F W Bleakney at the present The purpose of every man was to promote the alms of educatlon The present h h school lJUllClll'1Y7 was bullt durmf l9l2 Professor 'Vlorgan dellvered the address of the evenmv at the dedlcatxon on February 8 1913 Prevlously one thousand VlSltO s had been shown through the structure Although eighteen years old the V9I1tll3tlOI1 heatmr., water electric llghtlng buzzer bell and clock systems are ln dally SCYVICC 'lhe bullcllng IQ so effectlvely equipped that twenty teachers daily mstruct four hundred and fifty students m forty elght subyects The student has hrs choxce of elvht four year courses classncal SClCntlflC Fnvhsh commermal household econ omlcs manual trammg afvrnculture and muslc E H S students have pleasant surroundlngs and a benefrclal atmosphere IH whlch they work hve and are happy Tradltlons centerlng about hatchet rlghts three decades old class scraps unlor proms and campus davs are topics of lnterest Any enthuslastxc alumnus wlll devote a full flVC mmutes ln descrlblng just how Lllensburg used to play baseball wlth Seattle Spokane Yaklma Walla Walla and teams of the Northwestern league how Yakima football teams formerly tasted defeat at the jaws of the Bulldog Memorles wrll remain There are happy ones of athletlc vlctorles and school socral functlons Lmvermg memorles of sadness too there are when our boys went Over There lVlemor1es record the past as actlons bulld the present Shlpmates, on deck' The shrp IS yours, haul ln the anchor and watch your course' 9 ,- .- .f I co, X , - 5 s ,A ,Q ,ft f ,f H,- ,K XX ,X K,-X f , ,, X, 1 -c, X V f Y ,f , , ,XX 'XX X , X ,f X XXXXX , IX, -R 'XX xxx X- ' 1" ,f f' v' , .- ' ,f r -A , X Y ,X " f " ,ff , . 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IN en the IH 'lhe Balfour award for achlexement scholarshlp and loy alty lb presented to the one student ln school who ln the oplnlon of the facultv excels ID these attalnments Besldes recelxlnff a token of the honor the student has hls nxlne engraved upon a plaque hanclng, perm llICI1tlV ln the schools lllCllt0l"lllII1 lhl ls Hldde posslble throu h the courtesy of the contrattor for class rln the Balfou Qompanx By the POIUI system used ID thl hlvh school any student earnlnv one hundred polnts by Dartlclpatlon IH school actlyltles belnf on the honor roll holdlnf offlce beln a member of the lxlahlam staff talxln Dart XD plavs etc l ell lble to YCCCINC a C old F PID ll'1 l'lOl'l0Y of l'1lS I'6COl'd The Wllllam Luff MCIHOflHl award of ten dollars 19 be stowed upon the senlor on the lJ21QlS of ch lr xcter scholarshlp and cltlzenshlo The facultv tote determlnes the selectlon of that student ln memory of Wllllam luff a former teacher of the hl ll school UIXPS th? ?lVN3l'd NIT Hfld Nlt' Ffdllli lxldYtIT1dI'l ll"l l'T1CU1OI'y of ll16lI' SOD Ffalilx f IN? d tefl dollar IVV lffl In TCCO l'l1tlOTl of tl"t' SPDIOI' Wl'lOID the facultv bellex es possesses the most outstandlnf character ln order to stlmulate the Ulrls of the l' llensburff Hlfrh School to hl her endeak or the BF Chapter of P l- 0 offers two PIIZPS lhe flrst a Punk and Wavnalls student dlctlonarv IS UIVCI1 the unlor 4 lrl for character scholarshlp and serxlce to the school The second prlze IQ ten dollars cash awarded to the sophomore glfl on the same blsls lhe two are chosen by the faculty 'lhe freshman cup IS the reward for the freshman attalnlng the hlffhest scholastlc record Harry E UI h of the Fllensburv Theatre presents a medal to the boy on the football team who IC xoted the greatest ln splratlon to hls teall- The Rotary Club has presented to the school a plaque upon whlch IS engraved each year the name of the boy who IS voted the greatest lnsplratlon to the basketball team X X - , A k Q 4 - nf, . 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VV V V .XilI'il'lIIllII'n' 1' 1-sn' .Kg Vlllh lj. 1 - - .. obo .Xg1'iV-ultm'V- s'V1ux'sV1 .Xgg Vluh ll, IL Iiunrfl -lf i"Yl11I'I'I l - V .. -V G1-uV-ml KVPIXFSU - ff Z X Eff 2 WIK W te 1 Mumnrn CLASS OFFICERS TurnIey Walker Presldent Dan Waite Treasurer Charlotte Des Voxgne Secretary Mlss Marston Mr ohnson Advlsors JUNIOR CI ASS HISTORY The .IUDIOY Class craft sa1IecI mto port wlth fIy1ng colors havlng just com pIeted a successfuI tour crowded with outstanding actlvltxes and accomphsh ments durmg I929 I930 In September I927 this cIass tu wlth lts skipper mates and deck hands bIlssfuIIy ignorant and green was cI1Iap1dated By sprmg I928 a new rudder and a fresh coat of pamt had been appI1ed September 28 arrived Iqhe tug was replaced by a frelghter being prepared for the second venture Organlzatlon among the sklpper and mates was more evldent and the machlnery was o1Ied and running smoothly The freighter raII1ed ln lts newIy galned knowledge of the worIcI and sa1Ied ln more peaceful seas with Iess storms and floods to conquer and its oc cupants were noted for hawlng the most pep of any cIass September 29 roIIed ln A new Imer was bu1It and glorled IH its mag nxflcance A Iarge part of the naut1caI actlvxtles of 29 and 30 was carrled on by the Junlors lDCIUdll'lg the annual Carnlval and Prom Those prominent ln keeplng our Imer afloat durln 29 and 30 were Orchestra Morgan MIIIS Ruth Gleason Maurlce Hoard Lester Rodman Eleanor IVIcKenz1e ohn Henry I-IaIe Elwood I-Iansman Chester Mann and Ruchard Dexter Debate Turnley WaIker GIacIys Brown and Jerry FIynn Dramatrcs C,harIotte Des Volgne GIenn Putnam Football Art Driver Dan Walte Turnley Walker Robert DensIow George Church1II erry Flynn Murray IxeIso Robert C,oIweII Robert eans Elwood I-Iansman and Walter Garrlson BasketbaII Art Driver Dan Walte Murray Kelso Calvln ShuII and ack IVIxIIs Track Dan Walte Art Drlver Turnley Walker ack White E.Iroy Ar noId Robert Denslow ames Stevens Robert Qolwell Z4 X- X A .. 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M I O O W P f: ff lllll l I lllll The Klahlam The Klahlam IS the yearbook of the Associated qtudent Body of the El lensburg Hugh School and records the events of the school year The staff was CSPCCIBIIX fortunate ln havmg an untlrlng editor ohn Whitney who organlzed his asslstants early ln the fall of l929 and began work xmmedlately On the edltorlal staff were Ralph Boden assistant edltor Dan Walte sports editor Wlllard Rublm llterary edltor and erry Flynn art editor Peggy Fltterer and ean Crum most ablv handled the Calendar Scotty Reld and Frank Bllleter the advertisements Georgia Drlver gurls athletlcs Naoml lfdwards dramatlcs Vlrglma Bright Marjorie Faust and Peggy Brown the class dlvlsxons Vlrglnla Geehan gossip and Martha Manners the Faculty 34 x r . -,f 4 I Q f, Y, I " , ' "N X X if I 'Z l ,ff , - .- xsxx N L V f' ,gil Y W w llvimi, l-Hurst. NX':1itv. Miss f'I'2lllll'Y', Ruhlin, lhrivm-r. l:1'l',Ll'lll2lll, l"ittm-11-V, Hills-ta-V, l':4lXK'1lI'4lS llrierht. Ilmivn, FIXIIII. XVI ' ey. H1-nil :ll llruwll, Vrim, M: 1-rs . L - , . 3 . I y : , . J , . J , : , I Y 2 'I . Z , . . .V y 2 , I , - S FH? .. .. .... --,. ,. :Q 'N-' " Q . f Q is H-f Ig 3 'U T M7 2 . "' ' ST i W' l F Qi' ! - as f - ' Z, f mf' , ' 2 A' . ' " Q f - 3' A l ' SF l , 5 '!' i.? 'i l lil: A 'cj . q 'ff' X 1 L ' - ' , ff? 1 2 152414 ..f 4 . 1 xxf 4 I . , i ' 'Qs :l , :L ,ua if V 4 X ' 4' X' X - ... K si i X . :XXX VZ E l ' Zig lf 1 1 3 X' W-fa - Y l XXX f-- - V' l , .Ar . - ' x . 55 , E as if . . , .. l , J f ,f I. N 4 E In E ' 'avg l N -s Xmw.,aF'7 ,f,..f57 H501 5 M. H Ill 1 F J X ll L un nl l l The Blue and Whlte The Newswritmg Qlass under the direction of Miss Cramer published the Blue and White the Hi-E. magazine and the Hi-E newspaper. All of these publications proved successful and were well received by the students. As it was impossible for the school to publish a weekly independent newspaper the Record Press very kindly offered space in The Evening Record, wherein the Blue and White articles were published weekly. A 4 "AST 1 -QM. fx 1 .K V Q xg ky,-h W I V If fi -,Af W, 3 XXX in -X N A I 1 pf Z Z1 .ex -XX X 1 L Q 1 , 1. , W -V I V gf, XXX' kr k . syxxv X f J' 5- K Jiffy ,112 1 1 5, g,,,-e-f-A " g Arygiyi njxffx 71x ,lgfijv Rublm Lambert Bengamm Bergman Geehan Drnver Wade Mlss Cramer Wlllard Rublm V1rg1n1a Geehan Cecll Lambert Georgla Drlver lvan Benjamm Alfred Bergman Frank Taylor Mlss Cramer The H1 E STAFF Edltor of Magazlne Edltor of Paper ASSOCl3tC E.d1tor of Magazlne Assoclate Edltor of Paper Manager Asslstant Manager Sport Edltor of Magazlne Sport Eclltor of Paper Advlsor Reporters Dorothy Walte Bob ones Dan Walte Grace Smlth ohn Whitney Wllllam Wmsor Turnley Walker Wllnla ones Bob Colwell Peggy Brown Bob Denslow erry Flynn Art Drlver The H1 E magazlne was the flrst publlcatlon of thls ty pe the school had ever offered It lncluded edltorlals sports short storles and features of gen eral mterest to the students A regular newspaper was the 1n1t1al ambltxon of the class and was reallzed May I3 when the H1 E paper came out featur mg the Y V l A A track meet 36 Lawrence A . .i . 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K X 2-5-LAVLJX 4 Eg,-4 The Coach Coach lxoenlg rn the second year of his coachmg ln the Ellensburg Hlgh School has shown hrs abxhty to turn out vunnmg teams ln an exceptlonal nme frame football season Al though playmg the hardest games at the frrst of the season hls team never qult flghtmg and ended by wlnnlng four out of nlne games lhe basketball team was more successful trouncmg Yaklma three times twlce ln the Y V l A x tournament The boys tled for runner up posltlon but lost thelr chance to go to the state tournament when defeated by Nlaches by a smvle point They went through the whole season undefeated on their own floor wmnmg games from Cashmere Wen atchee and Yaklma Thls remarkable record was due greatly to the Coach whose calmness and P0156 brought the team through many a F p:lt2i5I'ZHDff3'f3','G' tlght game vxctornous Mr Koenlg has an unusual record as an all round athlete at W S C havmg won three varslty letters ln football two ln basketball and one ln base ball He was an asslstant on the coachlng staff durmg the last year Wlth the foundatlon and record he has made thus year we expect even greater thlngs next year THE ASSISTANT Mr Nelson comes to us from Roslyn where he coached the last two years Ile IS coachlng track here and hls team IS one of the strongest rn the valley desplte the fact that he had very httle materlal to start wnth Mr Nelson won a varslty letter ln track at the State Normal School and from hrs coachlng record at Roslyn we may expect a good deal from our future track teams He served ln the posltlon of assistant football coach and turned out a successful Bull Pup team ln basketball PAUL NELSON "Go Get 'Em Bulldogs' ALFRED BERGMAN Assustant Coach Manager '58 I ,. , ' c f r f ' xx xc .t XA XX f , F7 A 'f .I g f ,f" , L. 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Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg 0 .......,........ 0 0 I2 I4 I3 0 0 I3 SUMMARY Elum Wenatchee Cashmere Sunnyside Roslyn Toppenish Yakima Cle Elum Wapato X g xm L13 ,fhgffgyx 1 Tuttle z-larold Tuttle l-lalfback f l Lia! Wage R Col Gar son PERJOINNEL l d h knows how to tackle Senlor He halls from lVl1ll P am an e sure C lSl"Illtl'l End ar Happy IS a good defensxve man and knows how to snag the passes Sophomore Eugene Wager Tackle Gene was captam this year and made the lnland Emplre team Hls op ponents fear him Senior Robert Colwell Guard l d f ener and grlt and pluck umor Hlcky IS a lltt e ynamo o gy Walter Garrison Guard Red carrles hls share of the battle wlth flylng colors umor Cle Elum September 28 Ellensburg 0 Cle Elum 30 d l d with sex eral of the experienced Wxth a light mexperlence 1ne an players ln unfamlllar posltlons the Bulldogs fought a bltter but loslng battle with the Redskms Cle Elum s powerful rugged team proved too much for the Blue and Whlte grldsters Ellensburg 0 Wenatchee, October 5 Wenatchee 39 ln thlS game the Bulldogs made up In flght what they lacked ln weight 'lhe Panthers couldn't galn an meh on straight football, makmg all their d d scores from trick plays which the Blue and Whlte eleven was yar age an powerless to stop On offense the Bulldogs displayed a lxttle of the power k hr whxch ln mldseason kept opposmg coaches awa e mg s 40 x , . 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Je sen M Col e Ke Wa te PERSONNEL Frank ensen Center Frank played all season and fllled the positron well Sophomore George Mxlls Fullback An up comlng Sophomore who hnts them hard and low Donald Colwell Tackle Don rs a long armed tackler who won t gne ground Senlor Murray Kelso uarterback A heady and sllppery runner unxor Damel Waite Fullback Dan rs a human power house Hrs flfty yard run agalnst Sunnyside was outstanding umor Cashmere October l l Ellensburg 0 Cashmere 26 Dlscouraged by two prevlous defeats and unable to get therr strlde the Bulldogs dropped thelr thxrd game to the weak Cashmere team Ellensburg October I8 Ellensburg I2 Sunnyside 0 Sunnysxde arrrved m Ellensburg all set for a walk over but the Bulldogs came out of thexr trance to down the lower valley eleven I2 to 0 The flrst touchdown came as a break ln the flrst fxve mmutes when the Blue and Whlte lme blocked a punt behmd Sunnysldes goal lme The teams were well 'natched and played the remainder of the game m the middle of the freld Luck favored the Bulldogs wlth a second touchdown at the end of the game when Walte intercepted a Sunnysrde pass and crossed the goal lme as the gun went off 41 fl, ' .- ' f x V I XX l a' E 'f I ' ' Xxxhxrlf ,LQ 7 ig X In ' A SX X N xx -.. ..1 gV1xYJxv1gY4,Y1f "Y YAY "'- -"""" - V1 G. ills D. w Il Iso i J . , . . 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A A A A Benja Jo e Fly n Hans an a PERSONNEL lvan Benjamxn Tackle Benjy was out part of the season due to slckness He gave all he had ID every game uncomplammgly Senior Robert ones Tackle Bob played hls fourth and last year for Ellensburg He was a human wall by himself Senior Gerald Flynn Tackle A fnghtmg lrnshman who never admlts defeat umor Llwood I-lansman Guard Elwood IS a hard fighter and wlll be a valuable man for next years eleven umor Robert eans Center ust try and push hlm over umor Ellensburg l 4 Roslyn 0 Playmg a ragged game of ball on the Roslyn fleld Ellensburg trounced the weak Roslyn evelen to the tune of I4 0 The ball was ln possesslon of the Blue and White grldsters most of the game Time after tlme the Bull dogs pushed the oval mslde Roslyn s ten yard lme only to fumble Roslyn was never wnthm scormg distance The outstandmg feature of the game was the disastrous fumbles which cost Ellensburg several touchdowns Ellensburg November l Ellensburg I3 Toppemsh IZ Lady Luck ln the form of a strong breeze favored the Bulldogs wlth two touchdowns and ultimate uctory m the flrst flve mmutes Twlce a hxgh wind brought Toppemsh punts down ln scoring d1stance for the Blue and Whlte Driver made a long end run for the flrst touchdown and the Bulldogs con verted Coach Koenlg s grldsters then held Toppenxsh to two touchdowns the remamder of the game Drlver was easily the outstandmg player wlth his smashmg runs and effectnve defense 42 ' min n s n m Je ns J , . - Q -, u 1 . 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'K l 12gr2"" PERSONNEL Ralph Rregal Guard Ralph IS a hard hrtter and played a stellar game LXT Kresse T'-lLlllbdClx He S 3 prle dl'lVCI' In EICUOD LIl'llOI' Yakrma November 9 Lllensburg 0 Yak1maI3 Enterlns., the Yakima game as the valley s darkest horse Qoach Koenlg s Bulldogs held the Plrates to two touchdowns Although outwelghed rn the llne by twenty flye pounds per man the Blue and Whlte eleven stopped the Buccaneers by sheer r Every unch gained by Yaklma was fou ht twice over Several tlmes the Bulldogs already badly battered by the Yak 'na machlne refused to break and held the Black and Cold eleven on the :ve yard line for downs Denslow booted the plgskln out of danger Yaklma played straxght football and by sheer weight shoved the Bulldog team across the llne twlce Skone a former Ellensburg man was Yakrma s outstandmg player whlle Denslow s puntlng helped Ellensburg Ellensburg November I6 Ellensburg 0 Cle Elum 32 Stxll crippled as a result of the Yaklma game the Bulldogs dropped a second game to Qle Elum on the home fxeld Although they put up a vallant battle the Bulldogs were overwhelmed by the Redskm onslaught Ellensburg November 22 Ellensburg 13 Wapato 0 The Bulldogs closed the 1929 football season credltably by defeatlng Wapato I3 0 The effects of two hard games were stlll noticeable ln the tyle of the home players but they showed a frne polish galned through a hard season whxch should make the Bulldogs one of the leadlng teams ln the conference next year FOOTBALL PROSPECT S Wlth the blggest sprlng turn out ln the history of the school, showlng a great deal of powerful raw materlal, and wrth fourteen lettermen back, E H S should have one of the best teams ln the conference next season The re turnlng letterman are Drrver, Denslow, Kelso, lVl1lls, Walte, Walker, Smlth, Jensen, Jeans, Flynn, Hansman, Churchill, Garrison and R Colwell FOOTB ALL SCHEDULE I 9 30 October 4 Cle Elum There October I0 Cashmere Here October l 7 qunnyslde There October 25 Roslyn Here October 3l Toppenlsh There November l D Yaklma Here November 2 l Wapato There 43 , ,, ,--es, gf, , L, J, , XX X X .A .A X V 7,11 V, HZ? 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Y s , 5 Xl ., 'l5 EIIensburg EIIensIourg EIIensI:murs., Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Lllensburs., Fllensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg EIIensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg Ellensburg c I L,-:5", Basketball c om mt NLL clxmt s NON CONFIQRI NCE GAMIL3 Y V I A A TOURNAMFNI' CONFERENCE GAMES Fllensburg December I3 Z Laston lxlttltas Thorp C Ie Elum I' aston Roslyn CIe Elum Roslyn Ixlttltas Yaklma Thorp Wenatchee Cashmere Wenatchee Cashmere Yaklma Yaklma Prosser Toppenlsh Yal-uma Naches 6 2 I 2 Ellensburg 49 Faston 7 Playmg a slow uncertam game the Bulldo S started the sea swamplng the upper county boys by 42 pomts Several subs saw actlon Vining and Drrver gathered I2 pomts aplece Klttltas December 20 son by E.IIensburg 20 Klttltag 6 The team showed lmprovement ln this game and held the Unlon boys to a standstxll At tlmes thev worked with sureness and speed but they were t1II a I1ttIe ragged IVI1IIs was hugh polnt man wlth eight markers E.IIensIfJurg anuary 3 E.IIensburg Z2 Thorp I5 The Thorp quintet descended upon the Bulldogs wrth a determmed sweep that made the I:.IIensburg hoopsters flght AIthough never ln the Iead, Thorp was too cIose onto the BuIIdogs' heels to be comfortaIJIe 44 Xxx xpx - 1 I x ste :I if Y 4 ,l f ' 1 A ,Q-Q 'L 5 2 4 ' fI ,f,,f-f . kk-,k .QL Q L V, ZW. i V V V A JW' 1,-'Jr' 1 2 41 ....e..., I ....eee,...e, I r,.,..eee,., ' ,eee... f f .t,,ee,,e,. 7 , 20 ..,,.oc,....,,....,,,,eo....Iee..,,....4,.,,,,,,,eeoer ' . ef Z2 ,ee,se...ce....t..,..ee,...re,,e............. te......,. 1 5 . 5 34 ,,..e..t.I..,.e,...ee,,....,..ce....ec,,,...,,,,,,,, 3 I4 - , 44 ...ss e...e.e..........e....eee.,..,..,..........reec..4 3 - 7 X 20 ......tr....o.c,....c.........,e,......,....,..,,,...,.. , 27 A 19. .o......e,....ce.......,Ie....oee,...,,,.......... , 20 -' 5 39 ....,oee......,,.e,.,,,e...,,ee,..,..,,....,,.,,,,ee,,ee I3 . 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D A Cha Ito W te H dl .Y M PERSONNEL Arthur Drlver Guard Art IS speedy with the ball and can check hls man every txme He IS conslstent pomt gamer and has one more year to play Allan Charlton Forward Allan IS a heady and steady player He has two more years to play Dan Walte Center Dan covers the floor well and has one more year before he graduates Murray Hadley Forward Murray IS a sophomore and wlll be a valuable man of next year s qumtet ack Mnlls Forward ack IS hard to get around and rs a dead eye when xt comes to shootlng baskets He s one of the best forwards rn the valley and has one more year to play Ellensburg anuary I0 Ellensburg 34 Cle Elum I4 Reallzlng the quallty of their opponents the Bulldogs put forth their best efforts whlch accounted for the over whelmlng score In thls game the Blue and Whlte qumtet showed the smooth power which brought xt fame throughout the valley Easton, january I7 Ellensburg 44 Easton 7 The Bulldogs had a merry time ln thls game The Easton forwards were held ln check whlle the Blue and Whlte boys rolled up the counters Kelso was the outstandmg star of the game Roslyn, january 24 Ellensburg 20 Roslyn 27 Roslyn upset all dope and defeated Ellensburg ln one of the most weird games of the season Whlle the Blue and White hoopsters were unable to fmd the basket, the Roslyn boys were Ioopmg them ln from every angle of the floor Cle Elum, February 8 Ellensburg I9 Cle Elum 20 On their home floor the Cle Elum qumtet played a much better brand of ball and handed the Bulldogs their second conference defeat The game was hard fought and the wmner was undecided untll the fmal whlstle 45 . l . ,, 'I , 'ff I llflffl ' I '5- Q.tyx..llgef,," lf . ' . xx' " .5 Stas, . in Am-,xx if xg W f Lrg, F, ! g,Y,xY1gYgxVJ,Ygg'7x1" v1-Y s- -f - --' l river . r n ai a e J. ills , . 3 , , . , J , , . , J . xm g x gr ggiigvgxfgg flgri K Shull Cha It0n n Kelso Sm th PERSONNEL Calvin Shull Guard Nick IS a powerful defensive player and a sure shot at the basket He s a junior Frank Charlton Guard He s a smooth player and good on the long shots This IS hls last year wlth Ellensburg Lloyd Vmmg Center Plush was one of the best centers lh the valley thls year He xs good on both offense and defense and will be sorely mlssed next year Murray Kelso Forward Murray and ack made a good palr Murray IS small and hard to guard He has an eye for the basket and wlll be back agalrr next year Carl Smith Guard Happy played the game hard and clean and has two more years wlth the Bulldogs Ellensburg February I4 Ellensburg 39 Roslyn I3 Smartmg under the prevlous defeat Coach Koenig s boys snapped mto thelr strlde and had a merry time wlth Roslyn The Orange and Black team was helpless before the fast and smooth Blue and Whlte comblnatlon Ellensburg February I9 Fllensburg 27 Klttltas 2 Playmg a slow and llstless offense but a very tight defenslve the Bull dogs snowed Krttltas under to the tune of 27 to 2 Kxttltas lone score came late ln the final quarter thereby deprlvmg Ellensburg of a shutout Ellensburg February Zl Ellensburg 32 TIIOYP I8 Once again m excellent form the Bulldogs defeated Thorp for the thlrd stralght tlme At no tlme was thelr lead pressed and at all tlmes they scored at will All the E. H S players contrlbuted materlally to the score 46 ' 1 1 1 v v v Z ..k . v Q X X V gg, ff if I '7X Ke- sX.,X..i-N 5-ij' ' ,, ,Z ff - Y -XV c - , . ,- ',,,,4 '--.ggi 's : fr' ,,.- xvyg Y Jkvjgyx 74x ,lkllg YA -' A--'-""" NON-CONFERENCE GAMES Yaklma anuary 4 Ellensburg I8 Yakima 25 The Blue and Whlte couldnt get over thelr stage frn ht ln tlme to glve the Plrates a close battle ln the thlrd quarter they partlally regained their form but outslde of thls momentary flash they couldn t hlt the hoop with anv degree of regularlty bllensburg anuary IS Ellensburg 34 Thorp 27 The Crlmson and Black team of rlhorp gave the Bulldogs one of the fastest games of the year Newman and Parham were the brlght spots IH lhorp s OffCnSlVC Allan Charlton topped the Ellensburg scoring llst Fllensbur anuary 25 Ellensburg 23 Wenatchee 20 For the flrst tlme rn the hlstory of the school a Purple and Gold qulntet from Wenatchee fell before one of Ellensburg s teams The Bulldogs took the lead and were never ID danger The game was clean cut declslve and showed the Bulldog superiority clearly Cashmere anuary 3I Ellensburg ll Cashmere 20 Ellensburg was decidedly off form rn shootmg IH thls game as the score lndlcated The Blue and Whlte checked well but falled to garner the points effectlvely The game was closer than the score shows Untll the last mm ute of the flrst quarter neither team scored Wenatchee February I Ellensburg I0 Wenatchee ID Both teams played hard ball ln thrs game Up untxl the final mlnute the game was a deadlock The Apple Knockers then put on a burst of speed sank two baskets and won I5 to I0 The honors were dlvlded among the Ellensburg flVC lzllensburg February I5 Ellensburg 22 Cashmere I9 Playlng one of the best games of the season the Bulldogs scored a de cvslve vlctory over Cashmere thereby breaklng a strmg of I6 vlctorles which the Apple Pxckers had plled up The game was hard fought although the Bulldogs took the lead ln the flrst quarter and stubbornly held lt throughout Fllensburg February Z2 Ellensburg 27 Yaklma I7 The Ellensburg players ended the season ln a method pleasmg to Ellens burg fans by trounclng their tradxtronal rlvals thoroughly This uctory evened the score for the early season defeat handed the Bulldogs Every man was at hls best ln thrs game By thlS vlctorv Fllensburg defeated every team she lost to throu h the year and new er lo t a home game Y V I A A BASKETBXLL TOURN XMLNT FRIDAY FIRST GAME Once m '1 VRl11l9 sou heal 'rbcut rt seldom lmd about xt and see lt once 111 ft lfe tune Vv 1th one mmute to p1'1x the score stood Yakmm 2.3 Fllensbur 20 Mllls '-nd Drum each dropped mo pomts thx ugh the net m QUICK successron Then came the thmg that happens 47 , J . 1 . . . . . 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A A xr '73ME ,Z nf' L41-xyx1,1g1x.JgJs once rn a lrfe trme Plush trpped the ball to Kelso who returned rt to hrm Standrng almost rn the center of the court Vrnrng ent the ball through the hoop a splrt second be for the gun barked Score Ellensburg 26 Yakrma 25 FRIDAY SECOND GAME In the second game the Bulldogs faced a fresh and strong team Prosser Trred and weakened by the strenuous afternoon performance the players were unable to meet the fast red and whrte qurntet Although hopelessly outclassed the Bulldogs fought clean hard ball from the openrng untrl the frnal gun In thrs game Ellensburg garned the repu tatron of berng one of the cleanest frght ng teams rn the tourarnent Sc re Ellnesburg 18 Prosser 32 SATURDAY FIRST GAME Playrng rn regular form the Bulldogs had a merry tlme wrth Toppenrsh Coach Koenig s boys held the Toppenrsh frve helpless allowrng them but three freld gcals The substrtutes proved therr worth rn th s game by holdrng therr own wrth Toppenrsh rn the frrst half Frnal score Ellensburg 17 Toppenrsh 10 SATURDAY SECOND GAME Agarn the Orange and Black of Yakrma bowed to the Blue and Whrte of Ellensburg Although playrng better ball than the Toppenrsh qulntet Yakrma at no trrne was a serrous menace to Ellensburgs chance of vrctory Kelso and Mrlls Ellensburgs small forwards were the oustandrng players cf the game The score at the half was Fllensburg 12 Yak 'ma 8 and Ellensburg retarned 1ts lead trll the frnal gun sounded the knell of the partrng day for Yakrma to the tune of Ellensburg 22 Yakrma 16 FRIDAY ONE WEEK LATER Meetrng Naches to garn the rrght of representrng the drstrrct as second plac team n the state tournament at Seattle Ellensburg held a narrow margrn over therr opponents untrl the last few mrnutes of play when the Blue and Gold sharp shooters swung rn a grgantrc str de and looped ser eral long baskets whrch beat the Bulldogs by a srngle pornt 22 to 21 Thrs was perhaps one of the rn st thrrllrng games of the season Untrl the last second of play the Blue and Whrte rooters had hrgh hopes but these were shattered when that hfartbreakrng game ended wrth the frnal gun Art Drrver was hrgh pornt man wrth 10 markers to hrs cred t Captarn Lloyd Vrnrng and Frank Charlton played therr last game for Ellensburg rn a clean and sportsmanlrke manner THE YELL KINGS Fo Scotty Rerd and Phrllrp Frtterer the Ellensburg Hrgh School owes a vote of gratrtude They were the lue wu'es that kept the school rn sprr'ts befrttrng rts frne character Much success of the athletrc teams can be attrrbuted to the loyal sup port offered by these boys and therr root rng sectron Fond tradrtrons of school sprrrt and pep were ahve throughout the year because we had Scotty and Phrllrp as yell krngs Sc tty has tm shed hrs three years of yell leadrng Long w1ll those years be re membered by E H S students to whom hrs name rs synoncmous for Jovralrty good naturedness and merrrment Hrs radrant Held Fliterer' personalrty and wrnnrng ways C0l'1lb1I16d wrth a lusty yellrng vcrce were greatly responsrble for hrs success rn yell leadrng However one must not thrnk of hrm entrrely rn thr way for he drsplayed other qual rtres of leadershrp and Judgment The past twc vears found rterd represent ng E H S rn debates wrth nerghborrng schools Hrs other forensrc actrvrtres rncluded partrcrpat on rn the county declamatory contests rn whrch he won frrst place for two onsecutrve trmes James was presrdent of th Assoc ated Student Body durrng hrs senror year thus br rngrng hrs hrgh school career to a ccncluslon That Scotty wrll have as much success rn the future and that he wrll contmue hrs frne work rs the srncere wrsh of every E H S student Phrllrp Frtterer was welcomed at every athletrc contest and school assembly because all knew the energy and pep that that whrte sweatered f gure possessed G0 get em Bulldogs' Get th re Blue get there Whrte and all the other famous E H S yells were vocrferously proclarmed through the megaphone a la Frtterer better mate could have been found for Scotty 48 X f' , f fc ,g X , V J , 1,1 f an ' X w fffr ff 1 Nvtullfff , " X OC X r I f4 I .f I gk --,X ,g-,K QS' Kr f ,, i T. ff B 1, V S--1 Eg C. - 1::f-ff vc . . - . 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' ' f Al ' 'Y N . . . , 0 X , fg X Q Qfpyifif, A N Track couN FY TRACK MEI T Rodeo Field May 3 Wlth Vlnlng runnmg the hlgh hurdles m I6 flat unofflclally breaklng the state mark by I I0 of a second and Drlver scoring I3 counters for hlgh pom honors the Bulldog cmdermen easlly won the county track meet by amassing a total of 44 polnts Thorp was second wlth 33 Cle Flum thlrd wlth 20, Roslyn fourth wnth I6, and lxnltltas flfth wlth I3 pomts Summary I00 yard Dash Drlver, second 220 yard Dash Drlver, flrst Hlgh Hurdles Vxnmg, flrst, Waite second 440 yard Dash Miles, second Low Hurdles Waite, second High Jump Vmlng, flrst Broad ump Drlver, frrst Pole Vault Arnold, first txed Relay Won by Ellensburg Nllles, Walker, Vxnmg, Drlver 49 ,Af 1 K My 'JN y 1, 1 gf 'jx , f, f -ix ,xx K i A rf- XI, -in -sen in x X, - 55, ,k',,f I Z I V' 5 V is f1:654s,,,n,,f 'I , ,iff f ' 'ZrZ?4l'4,,,-I-f-"' gf,-yvlxvfx ,fx f 'jx I """"' 'pk Aly. Nvlswm, Iv. 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Grullt , ,V . . . . . 3 - , k L V . . , .. i ' A , . fkf XX es if X X has-fue' Ea0?'fMmff,f'x,,lg Y V I A At TRACK IVIEEFI Rodeo Field IVIay I0 Taking 51X flrsts and quallfylns., four men for the state nreet at Pullman the Blue and Whlte trackmen ag, un made a flne showing when they placed uond to Yaklma at the dlstrxct meet by scorlng 37 ponnts to the Plr ites 38 y hen they scored I6I 4 and I I I 4 pomts re pectlx elv to take flrst and second In h polnt honors Dru er won the century the 770 vard dash and the broad Jump md rxn on the wmn n relay team md Vmln won the hlgh hurdles ettln a new mark of Ifm I I0 second the hl h yump and ran on the relay lhe relay te im compo ed of IVI1Ies Wtlker X mxn and Driver ran a hrlllln race to cop the final eyent for the Blue and White Ihese four boys that won the relay all qualified for the state meet Besides the hurdle m xrk that was cracked by Vlnmt, three other dlstrlct reords were shattered Zamzow of Wapato heaved the Javelm Il9 feet 9 lnches to establxsh a n w dlstrlct record and break the state mark Ingram of Yakima tossed the shot 46 feet 7IQ lnches to a new record and Lynch also of the Plrate squad ran the low hurdles nn 27 7 I0 seconds for a new record Summary I00 yard Dash Drlver flrst Pole Vault Arnold fourth Hugh Jump VIHIHSZ flrst 220 yard Dash Drlver fxrst Hlgh Hurdles Vmmg first Waite fourth Broad ump Drlver fxrst Relay Won by Ellensburg Mules Walker VIHIDQ Drlver STAIQI TR XCK MEET Pullman Nlay I6 and I7 Vmmg agaln showed hrs brllllant dblllty when he broke the state record or the hlgh hurdles which he ran lh I6 flat fhls was the only record broken throughout the entire meet TR XQK PROSPECT 5 Wnth Vlnlng gone a gap will be Ieft ln the track team but development and practice should full thns From the record made by Mr Nelson thls year we expect great things IH track next sprmg '10 ,wat X XII V"'77'I, -"X f 1. 1, -5-1 L- ' " -"4 f X s Q- I H -sf ,, " ef- V the X' 'Q L ,J ,ffffz ,... 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I I D Y V ' Y ' . 1 ' S- on-Eff Q 'X' ' ,.,,-I-"' A69 Nl GIIIS Athletlcs BASKETBALL SEMORS CHAMPIONS GAMES Seniors I7 Sophomores 6 umors I4 Freshmen 2 Seniors 8 unxors 6 The champlonshxp game was the most CXCltll'lg game of the season fhe teams were evenly matched and untll the flnal whistle no one could tell whlch would prove the stronger CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM Katherlne Alder Martha Alder Peggy Brown leola Qampbell Helen Clark osephlne Dorsey Peggy Fltterer Margaret McKenzie Marguerite qorenson Doris Grove Betty McMahon Marguerlte Walters 51 -Q. X xx x IN, If z X, ,f A M4 fj f 3, M X xt I ' X S yy' , X A 4 -. I-Ii!! x is A A lx ,fx A .ug A r Y . ' 0 ' " . Y 1 , , ' 4 Y f ? v 1 gh i' X J x t A ts , fy Mc. Jlhull, lnn's1-y, M. Mc-Ke-nziv, 1'l:u'k. Miss llnlu-V, I-'ilu-1'-Ax'. l'. llrnwn, XX':1ltvl's. m'g.ml,y,,.ll ll, .Iunvs, lixwwv. Slmmly, li. .Xhln-r, 121-m-V. M, Alflvr, Smw-nsoll 0 , 0 v . - , . n, . .. . , J , , , L l ! I l " L XPI XIINB XLI SI NIIORS CII VVII IOIN5 LI XIXII 5 re hmcn gophomores 4 :mor unlor U tmor Ircshmen I e cla ot as been unu ually u ct Ll III 1 tflCb run C the Qxptxlnblll QIIIIHPIOII hlp for two con f.ClltlX6 we xr The ames were xery lnterestln to the spectator a well as to the con testants CHAMPIONSHIP I LAM Ixatherlne Alder Peggy Brown IVIartha Alder Ieola Campbell Helen Clark osephlne Dorsey Peggy I'1tterer Ruth ones Margaret IVIcKenz1e Mar uerlte Sorenson Dons Grove IVIar1ta Greer HIGH SCHOOL Rt VUE A large audience enjoyed the H1 h School Revue which was presented at the Ellensbur Iheatre IVIarch 26 All of the numbers produced by the physlcal educ'1t1on department under tI'e dlrectlon of Mlss Glaydes Baker and the music department under the dlrectlon of IVIr Lloyd lVIoss showed the excellent work being done by the students as a part of thelr regular school work nlap danclng, tumbllnt, ball drills and the fouave drills together with the xugmented band and orchestrx proved dellghtfully entertalnln Saved a one act play dlrected by 'Vllss I Ieanor Shaw was one of the features of the Revue Those taking part m thls were Beatrice Bllleter Inez Colwell Corleen Cram Bernlce 'I ozer Dorothy Waite and Iqlorence Pmney 12 .hx NX X XX Y X , A X ' e I hp? 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A .S 3 ' K I x I 0 I I V Y . 1 I 1 7.1 .7-Xrtrutiwn ""S"l 1 57, ,f fiiff ' ' -V 2" -1:1 -ff' 'H' , g A lg ix lx Jxxjk X34 A ' - --""'Y Ganty Boden Reud Brown Bergman Walker Colwell Anderson Muss Bates Debate PERSONNEL Thomas Anderson POSSCSSlng a keen analytical mmd Tom was a valu able member of the school team rn both the state and county serles of debates Alfred Bergman Alfred showed a gooa flghtlng splrlt and a keen m terest ln debate through whlch he rendered effectlve servxce to the school Ralph Boden Wlth a dlgnlty worthy of a much older speaker Ralph effectively upheld the school honor ln forenslc actlvltles preparlng both af flrmatxve and negatlve speeches on each question dlscussed Gladys Brown Although completely mexperlenced m forenslc matters Gladys proved herself a welcome addltlon to the ranks of the supporters of armed force Bermce Colwell A constant mterest and unceasmg effort rn forensic matters have made Bernlce an able defender of the school honor durmg the past year snoothed over many a dlffrcult sxtuatlon confronting hrs team ln state and county debates ames Reid Scotty s enthuslasm and oratory made htm an outstanding member of the team whnch defeated Selah Turnley Walker Turnley displayed an ablllty to thunk on hrs feet usual for an lnexperlenced debater THF SEASON With a nucleus of three eyperlenced debaters Ellensburg re entered the state debates and contlnued the county QCYICQ The question debated was Resolved that mterscholastlc' and mter colleglate athletics as at present con ducted are detrnmental 'lhe term detrlmental to mean more harmful than beneficial 54 Charles C-anty-Displaying a natural capacity for argumentation, Charles 1 . . . .. . . .., un- 11 x i QXXUIXXXQJKM If i QA M IXZXX, State Debates YAKIIVIA On November l Yaklma s affxrmatxve team journeyed to Ellensburg for the opening debate of the season lhe contest was very close wlth Ellensburg havmg a sllght edge m rebuttal However Yaklma was glven a two to one cleclslon by the judge lhomas Anderson Charles C-anty and Ralph Boden represented bllensburg very ably lhe work of Charles Gantv an mexper nenced debater was very commendable and showed promlse of future devel opment SFLAH Three weeks later on November 22 the afflrmatlve team of Ellensburg novel forenslc battle with the Selah Hugh School stars coached by Mr Phln ney who last year as the bllensburs, coach had tramed these same boys It was here that lllensbur won her first vlctory ln state debates by a two to one decxslon Reld who dld hls best work ln thls contest was outstandmg a an orator NACHES Wxth a determlnatlon to mm our orators had llttle trouble defeatlng the debaters from Naches on December I3 Our negatlve team composed of Thomas Anderson Charles banty and BCTHIFC Colwell alned an easy vlc tory The work of Thomas Anderson was outstandln ln the contest GR 'XNGFR On the nlght of anuary I0 the afflrmatne team went to Granger with hearts set on wlnnlng But Dame l'ortune thought otherwlse tor the debaters lost the declslon two to one rlhe team s work was not comparable to that exhibited ln the Selah debate Those representms., Ellensburg were ames Reld Alfred Bervman and Bermce Colwell Alfred Ber man was the out standing, member of the team on thus occaslon County Debates Roslyn Afflrmatlve Debatmg ln the Roslyn audltorlum on 'Xprll 4 the lnexperlenced lgllens burg team won a three to nothmff ClCC1SlOIl over the upper county stars Ber nlce Colwell dxd her best work on that occasion Cle Elum Negatlve n April 4 Cle Elum s ne ahve team came to llllensburg and went back with a two to one declslon over our afflrmatlve team composed of Ralph Boden Charles Ganty and Thomas Anderson Ralph Boden carrled off the honors Roslyn Atflrmatxye ln a return debate with Roslyn on Aprll ll ln our own 8LldltOYlllI'fl we easxly won the cleclslon of all thx ee Judges ln thxs contest the vxorls. of Fl homas Xnderson was outstandm Cle lqlum xfflI'I'l1HtlVC On Aprll l l Fllensburs, s nc gatzve team Journey ed to Cle Elum wlth hopes of 3V6n..,ll'l2 the defeat suffered at the hands of the Cle Elumxtes last year lhe hugh hopes availed the team nothmg however fllensburg lost three to nothing, D7 l I' ff f ,H xx X H Nj ff, X Q! 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Svnrwtg K1d Dav September 20 Garbecl ln their best plav dresses a merry group f woungsters gathered after school ID the gym bach llttle one clung falthfully to a protectlng hand of her blg slster They all Jolned ln the games untll flve o clock then the lnfants greedlly de voured the lunch of sandwlches and chocolate Afterward they danced untll xbout 7 30 when the thoroughly tired mfants toddled wearlly home and to their llttle trundle beds ho hum The lVl1xer September ZI The semors entertained a coyly shy group of frosh at the 'Vlrxer It was a blg success and the lnfants entered whole heartedly lnto the spxrlt of the affalr If anyone had become a trlfle bored they would only have had to look at the five would be Bow Wows who presented a perfectly flam boyant appearance lmaglne thelr embarrassment when these poor vlctlms of circumstances had to ask two popular young teachers to dance wlth them Banquet November 23 Blgger and better football banquets are bemg spon sored by the Bow Wows lf you don t thlnk so ask the football team Wrth a charming toastmlstress and very eloquent speakers the banquet progressed marvelously and ew eryone consumed thelr uctuals greedlly The speakers were Edna Correa Mr Putman MISS Cramer Mr Bleak rey Gene Wager ArtDr1Xer Mr Vxwan Mr Koenlg Feelmg both morally and splrxtually uplifted we adjourned to Peggy l ltterer s where our very hospitable hostess Mrs Frank Fltterer reeted us Xfter the flrst tryouts the teams got together and had a hllarlous time SIHCC davenports are advocated bv Nlr Koenlg everythlng was all rlght About forty exght happy and decxdedly weary llttle Bulldogs and Bow Xvows trudged home nn the wee sma hours of the morn umor Carmval December 6 The Goddess of Galety once more made her debut ID E. rl S when wlth a flash of flamlng colors and costumes the unlor Carnival opened nts portals The care free throng meandered down the halls past stands where gaudlly dressed cabelleros called out their wares of food, drunk, and trlnkets ln the audltorlum the guests were entertained by a clever program lnclud mg a one act play "Young Amerlca " The grand finale was the dance where under brilliant lights and rustling streamers, the revellers concluded the evemng 36 X U . --W gg 5 go X s xx X x 1 1 4 ' A 45 ,f Z , X , X X x X 'A 1--. i gf. , , , XX " 2 X' ' ,Ln A- . 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X Z xx lol Z' 124.1-49' X ,fs xi?- New Year s Eve Bow Wow P arty December 31 New Year s l:xe the Bow Wows were given an mformal party at Sterlmg s by MISS Cramer Everyone enjoyed the affair It wa really a marvelous way to brd the old year adleu and a strll better way to welcome the new We stlll wonder 1f that wasn t a put up 1ob when the clty was cast mto darkness at the approach of l930 Pomt Club P arty March 28 The glrls of the Polnt Club entertamed very successfully ID honor of the basketball boys nlhe decoratnons of mtertwlned streamers of l lue and whlte lent a cozy atmosphere to the gym The syncopatlon f fered by the Toreadors added to ex eryone s pep The dance was perhaps the nost enjoyable of the year The team especlally apprecrated the party and the glrls of the Polnt Club are to be compllmented for their enthusrasm and Interest ln entertalnlng the term LIHIOI' IDYOIII Aprxl 4 Coming out of a rather prolonged slump the junrors spon sored an unusually clever Prom held ln the Moose Hall lhe decoratrons It nt an orlental atmosphere to the affalr Streamers of crepe paper and clust ers of pastelle balloons completed the cozy appearance of the hall lncrdent lly It has been requested that those enerous mdnxxduals who consented to cxrst wlthout thelr davenports for a few days be thanked for thelr sacrxflce The patrons and patronesses were Mr and Mrs C gterlm Mr and wlrs N Faust Mr and Mr X W Crlmp Mr and Mrs l H Walker Nlr Merwyn Cunnln ham and Vlnss Hazel Halxerson Bow Wow Formal May 31 Shaded lights and fragrant flowers were the only decoratlons cf the Parlsh House when the Bow Wows formally entertamed ID honor of the alumni It was a lovely affarr and the grrls ln therr pastelle formals looked thelr very best whlch means accordrng to some bovs pretty good These partles have a way of belnff rather lnformally formal You d thlnk that the alumnr would have msplred dlgnlty m thelr more frlvolous successors, but they forgot they were all grown up and became qurte Bow Wowlsh again 57 N ' W Q me ,ff " , e' r x V , V Q., Y 61, ,XX J ,X X if Rex XXX -X X, e w 'tv f 1 no nf, ' X' X jg up , k 'ff' ,,. , I , ,nl 1 iv ,, s..,,,,.fN1 M!NN,,,,,.fac, A ' W 4 s U . i 7 . . . 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Eramatim lllllll ell -:gil ,. . xl: f .--. .NY - xn -t:1l '. - xi ':::l xll ,mag - XII -x -JZ N- x 1 i ,,g m fl 1 E ,J The Patsv The Patsy the flrst all school play of the season p esented at the Ellens burg Theatre ln November was consldered to be the best plav ever produced by the Ellensburg Hrgh School Barry Conners hilarious three act comedy told a story about Patrlcla Har rmgton a young glrl who was made the drud e of the famlly bv a domlneerlng elder slster and a nagglng mother Mr Harrmgton does everythmg ln his power to help Pat along but he s afrald to open his mouth ln front of Mrs Harrington and so he doesnt get very far lhe apple of Mrs Harrington s eye IS Grace the elder slster vxho has two boys cravv about her and whom she strlngs along to tantallze Pat wlth After she IS scared mto consentzng to marry Billy Caldwell by the thought that a girl named Sadie IS go mg to get hum she leaves Tony Anderson ln the lurch seemingly broken hearted But Pat has been carrvlng on a fllrtatlon wlth him and he flnally realizes that It IS Pat he really loves Meanwhlle Pa has Ma Harrmgton ln a place where she IS afrald to say her souls her own The cast ably dlrected by Mr Vlvxan put on a play that was worthy of all the favorable comment It recen ed Being an all school play It represented efforts of the teachers with Mr Vlvlan MISS Buzzettl M ohnson 'Vlr l oenlg the alumm Mac Anderson and Gene Wager the student body Mar xta Greer Charlotte Des Voxgne and ean Kelso Special honor should o to Marita Greer for her excellent portrayal of the little wlsecrackmg Pat and to ames Vlvran for hls hard work ln dlrectmg and at the same time plavlng a part THE CAST Wllllam Bull Harrm ton Mac Anderson Mrs Wllllam Harrlngton Mlss Buzzettl Patrlcxa Harrington 'Vlarxta Greer Bllly Caldwell Fugene Wager Tony 'Xnderson Mr VIVIHH Sadie Buchanan ean Kelso Francis Patrlck Ol laherty Mr ohnson Trip Busty Mr lkoenlg 18 I I 0 5 I 1 4 1 X .. . Y , . . , ' v T ' . , 5. g . V . . X . . V Y . I . k V '- o . 1 Y -I K . . . S . ' . V Y , 7 . f., ' ' . . - , Y, J , A . f - . - I . x R U V k 1 I - . SZ LJ . Grace Harrington .,............ .. ...........,..... Charlotte Des Voigne ' , ,,,,,,,.... .,,,.......,,....,,,...,,,.,,, ,,,,, , , ,, T, '41 ' 1 ..r,........ee..c...e......,......rr.,,,.,,.,,,,,,,, X Xxx fav bg X X l ,KVM ,Rf I7 X X , to V see f ff' ,ln .4 bl:"Q"lg The Famlly UpSl3lIS The Famlly Upstalrs a three act comedy by Harry Delf was success fully staged at the Ellensburg Theatre on February 7 The play was es peclally pleaslng to tne publlc IU that It was a reproductlon of what goes on lIlSldC the average modern home The most human of characters are mother and father who are try ln to better and promote thelr chlldren s wel lare Ma Heller Sarah Edwards fusses at Annabel the baby slster Marlta Greer because she IS not maklng the progress that Ma would llke on the plano Annabel thlnks there lsnt any justlce anyway because what s the use of practlclng when weve got a planola attachment that can play any thlng But the real thorn ln Ma s Slde IS that she s got gallstones and hlvh blood pressure all because Loulse the older daughter Naoml Edwards can t and won t try to get a beau Ma has a romantlc soul and IS dlsappolnted ln her lndependent daughter LOUISC has her own ldeas about marrlage and she IS not QOIHQ to let Ma put her flnger ID the ple On thlS polnt she IS flffllly backed by Pa Heller R05 Lrewdson He loves and understands LOUISE and IS confldent that she Wlll make good Consequently he spends all of hls tlme tendlng to Wlllle Glenn Putnam who IS seventeen years old and a cake eater He llke every other seventeen year old boy has great ldeas of becomlng a polltlclan but he thlnks there s plentw of tlme yet so he spends all of hls day shootln pool at the corner pool hall After much worry mg on Ma s part, LOUISE flnally starts golng wlth Charles Grant C-lohn Whitney, He IQ really ln love wlth l OUISP and she Wlth hlm, but Ma makes a mess of thlngs bv t puttlnv on alrs ' and actlng nhlgh toned H lmhls makes Charles thlnk he can't support LOUISE and the engagement IQ broken LOUISE lb verv unhappy and even lVllss Calahan, the dressmaker Clean Kelso, who IS very sllly and slmperlng can glve her no laughs Flnally Pa steps ln and settles thlngs after he calls ln Charles' mother flva I-lavesl and hls small brother Ctlerbert DYIVCYD After everythlng IS flied up for I4OUl9f?, 'Vla starts looklng eagerly forward to the tlme when she can arrange Annabel! marrlage 50 rN4fc X Nl I f 1,13 ff' ,,f A X lllfff' 3, ff' :ff Rss.. 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S . gr Z ,X fr? bvfl 'f' LJ'-7 gggl ,Ii Love ln A Mrst Love ln A MlSt as a speclally lnterestms., character study wrltten by the accompllshed author of larnlsh and the celebrated novellst who wrote The Quick and the Dead Almelle RIVCS and Gilbert l:.mory was produced by the Senior class The chlef character ln thls play IS a charmlng society woman who con sxstently though wlth best motryes tells lles Her mcessant lylnv especially to the man she loves brlngs her more pam than If she alwavs told the truth Lventually however Diana sees the error of her ways and wlll perhaps reform after she marrles the man she loves Whlle there rs plenty of comedy the play contalns a 1 enerous share of strlkmg dramatlc sltuatlons lva Hays Dlana and her characterization of thls lovely charming and sophlstlcated young woman dld the flnest work of her hlgh school career work well worthy of hugh praise Playmg opposlte her ln the part of Gregory Farnham Lloyd X lnlng maknnof hr flrst appearance as a hlgh school actor drd work of merit Manta Greer as Sydney Rose Vfvnne concluded her work m hugh school dramatlcs wlth a splendld lnterpretatlon of thls mgenue type Beatrlce Buz Zettl who portray ed Anna Moore Wynne the malden aunt was very charm mg and added a great deal to the enjoyment of the play Bermce Hartzog and Roy Qrewdson who handled the parts of the colored maxd and gardener drd much to enllven the play and added greatly to the amusement of the aud nence ames Vlvlan m addltlon to dlrectmg and staglng th1s productlon also played Count Scxplome Xarelll As a whole this productlon was the flnest that the l llensburg Hugh School has produced ranklng even above The Patsy The play ltself IG clever and f3SClH3tlI1Q and the setting and staging was indeed fme The actlng of this 'froup of people was yery close to professlonal m type and nature All those connected wlth thus play are deservlng of the hlghest comncendatlon and pranse X s5?56'.5'efe ' xv' '44 60 ,sw 5 . e 'x'-"' Ts A . u s X xv w : - s 1. 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C' cf", X , Y, X XXX55 Xi, WWF: 12,1 gr.,-gwjyvjxrfxnyg 1xn.zxY,xv --" G Hansen Mr Johnson Wahle Dunford Zumbrurmen Potato Judging Determined to accomplish something during this season s contest the boys who made up this year s potato judglng team went into practice early and with much interest under the direction of Mr ohnson the coach The team time a potato judging team has been sent from the Ellensburg High School The team was greatly handicapped because it did not know all the details about the contest but in spite of this the boys placed sixth out of the twelve teams entered in the contest All the members of the team wish to express their smcere thanks to Mr ohnson the coach and also to the local potato growers for the financial aid which made this trip possible This trip to the Potato Show in Spokane was well worthwhile from the educational standpoint . . , . . , 1 entered into competition at the Potato Show in Spokane, this being the first J , , . . . 61 g4xJxJy1,yxAJgA our ll 1 111111 1tl11 11 s lllNlll 111 1 x Il X 1111 1 s lx 1 1lq 1 N1 s Glee Club Thls year a Jomt glee club was formed consxstmg of both glrls and boys Instead of the usual procedure of havlng two separate clubs Thls opened a new fxelcl of choral work for those lnterestecl thus glVlng them a chance to do regular four part mlxed chorus work The club has appeared before the assembly ln recltal and for the Mem orlal day CYCTCISCS They were also asked to smg a group of selectlons at the regular servlce of the Methodxst l:.p1scopal Church and were recelved with favorable comment The last appearance of the club was at the graduatlon exerclses where a double m1xed quartet sang two very mterestmg numbers 62 XX I KI' ' ' l,11!,7,' ' ff f' xx- l1 1 1 H f f 11' ' . .SQ 1-H151 f ' W ,gf X NNY S X ' 3 ' Q I ff. 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Y' ':111' l'illll'l'1'I', l'1ll'li!4, 'nl .l'll,' 1 1 In Orchestra and Band Mr Moss has with the asslstance of hrs orchestra and band delightfully entertalned several tlmes for the publlc both here and m nelghbormg towns lFhe 30 piece orchestra cllsplayecl lts best ablllty ln the Hlgh School Revue Its other appearances were at the hlvh school plays and before the Hlgh School P T A For the flrst tlme ln years the people of Ellensburg have enjoyed good band concerts The band boys acted as a real advertrsement for our clty when they played at such out of town events as the Wenatchee Apple Blossom Fes tlval and the Yakima Y V I A A Basketball tournament The part taken rn the Hlgh School Revue was consldered to be the outstandmg performance of thls fme organlzatlon ln expectation of fme developments along these lines the public IS eagerly awaltmg what Mr Moss may have for next year Y WI "f "" 6 ,ff 1 lm-wa 'f rl ff X-.,x-3.13, ,.,f Y , Xatfitt--Wsffff f ' X c ssc X' N' ,fs'1,f .1- . exe ' 1 ..-"-'ff'1,- Q-f ., ixjxxxx T5 wfll, ,Zinn ,,., ., p,Md.-'rd y , ,fm 1 1 t'r:1m, lfilltwn-l'. lllI:4'l'S, ltmlulurm, .l"I1Si'll. Sta-veils Nm-vlli, Mun-1-. l'I'1llt'l', Hr:-:m'5'. XY. ll--uri. 1-Zum-1'sun, Main. Pup'-, Busby, Al2lSlltl2l Ilitlvtvr Bw-itvlmslv-ill Bllllr. ll:-punt, Mr. Moss, Mtzllzxhfrlx, Harin- li--i-l, 'lfiosst-m, H:msn-sul. ltr-X11-1' ' 1 - , , . 5 . . I - ' Y 63 MT Z fx fl X x WX fi' 6" 5? leaf! gi, -ff' 6- E Hanson Mr Jonnson Brunson G H1nson Stock Judgmg Under the dlrectxon of Mr ohnson the coach the team entered rts frrst competltlon at the Washlngton State Farr rn Yakima on September I4 I929 Nlost of this tralnmg had been ln the Ag classes and at the Klttltas County Parr The boys placed frfth out of mne entrres October 26 1979 E. H S entered the bug stock Judgmg contest at the Pacific lnternatlonal Livestock FXPOQIUOII ln Portland There, compet mg with slxty teams, the local team placed srxth and held the honor for belng second hlghest ln Washlngton state To the local business men as well as the A S B , all members wlsh to express thelr smcere thanks for the fmanclal ard which made the trip posslble The big Judging contest ln Portland was well worth whlle from the educatlonal -tandpolnt 64 X VX PM 1 f xv-,f : f X -- r ,ff , f 5971 , X v V 'HL . V f -f K XX SA kr. N 2, ly lv VA, L' V' ff!!! X sa.tr. awJr,f , - X xg, - j N,,4, H I f-' xxemiiifgf c.-,f fafqff ,ff i i W i if g 1 V 1 i . ,,,,,,V-f I .-'x X 1.. ' I '-'i.'+- ,Ia-N r - . .- Q. .Jn lx' ,- tu-K-. 4-. ,' a:,',f 1 i '.' .N f .vhwff 1' H+, f h f '. 1 - U Y . . 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M43 K R 44 Xf f rr""' ' ' S X" ' ' , 1 wx v Fl , Qxf 41 NX f TM ! 1, 41 N w-,fg1,,r Q51 L W f f 'Wm 2.1.1 O O ,-.4x,4 lwel:772f 4 Rd ak ames Rerd Garth Putnam Martha Manners Frank Bllleter Alfred Bergman Turnley Walker Ralph Boclen RE.CE.lPTS Balance Set l l929 p Student Passes Adult Passes Football Recelpts Basketball Receipts The Patsv The lzamlly Upstairs Lllgh qchool Revue bntertalnment Mlscellaneous Total 66 W Ike B de D ASB OFFICERS 8 540 00 228 00 480 80 442 35 508 35 353 00 240 90 ll 0 64 90 S3063 03 Presldent Vlce Presldent qecretary Treasurer Manager umor Representatlve Sophomore Representatlve DIQBURQEMENTS Football Stock Judging Basketball Track Debate The Patsy Curtaln Funcl The Famlly Upstairs Hugh School Revue Miscellaneous 750 90 37 25 446 34 34 66 I9 80 l85 Sl 322 54 l90 22 132 55 3 5 Total 5242! 22 Balance May l I930 S5 641 81 ei Putnam Billeter Manne Mr. Put m Mr. Ble y B rgman a r o H. ri e . . . Herbert Driver ,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,4,.,,,,,,,,,,, Freshman Representative . , ...... s 7.73 ......................... S . 7 ' .,,...........r,.. 7.0 Q ....A...,. . ' -4---.,,----,-',-- , . ....,............. 0l.l ' QA t11' 1i 161 R yr gf-xxxJx1x1yJx.fg1g "did llllll 111 11 i SCICHCC Club OFFICFRS Alfred Bergman Presldent Wendell Prater VICE Presldent Bernlce Hartzog Secretary Eugene Henderson Scholarshlp Off1cer Bruno Masllan Scout For the beneflt of those Interested the SCICHCC Club resumed ltS work at the begmnlng of the year wlth MISS Buzzettl as advlsor The meetmgs con QlSt of roll call at whlch a current event lS QIVCD by each member and an ln terestlng talk often lllustrated on some phase of sclence such as steam en glnes textlles electrlclty and such topics or are turned over to freld trlps to VHTIOUS places near town whlch are of speclal educat1onal value con cernmg the practlcal appllcatlons of SCICHCC ln short somethmo of worth along sclentlflc llnes IS obtalned at every meetlng At the beglnnlng of each semester new members are taken 1n ln accord ance wlth certaln scholastlc requlrements who are lnltlated at the next meet mg after wh1ch a soc1al hour IS held Memberslup 1n th1s club IS of 1nf1n1te value to everyone lnterested ln Joxnmfv X I 1 .iff l ffl' gf' XX v-.M',',.11j' 4 ,- ' A I ' Z M 0.13.1 X , fff , XX axe . V4 I f,,,Y,5f4, ed ,Yk-V X: . A H, ,d,, Sh' 2 , lIv111l1-1's1111, lb, Unlwm-ll, Miss l!11z'.-Ili, xYllill11'X, H1-11jz1111i11. I'11I11:1111, M1 sil:111, lllllt' l'1IlXYJIl'IlS, I'1':1l4-1'. ll:11'tz11g'. lla-1'g111:1l1, .Inm-s . 1 U ' - 4 7 - 1 - 1 I O ' ' - 9 'V O ! I , - ' . . , h . 7 - , .. , . 3. 67 S jx X X' ,,, Lrg, g,'g,,,fg JN. gyxx Nun Ill 1 xx x 1 French Club The French Club was organized at the begmnlng of the year by second year students lnterested ln furthering thelr knowledge of conversational French Membershxp was also extended to first year students 3tt3ll'lll'lg an A or B average With MISS Cramer s assxstance and the cooperatlon of the members, the club enjoyed many entertaining and lnstructlve meetlngs So much enthuslasm was shown by the flrst year students that the club's organlzatlon next year 's certam 68 t.-.M bnqg- I X 'rua ' "."f'1f4: ff, X xl, fa-.9 if f',fi,,f ,, K. XXX xy. H , 1 ,X .. 'L L? '- 'V4,ff" UK, 'ff --V "X, tk XX? ,' 1, hr' . ,. f- 'j,.fffe' ,- . KV 1 J 4 K ,V ,H NV v,JY4"W,FYk YY,,,, ,, ...,,,'f H K .' js'-V, Str-Vlillg, Su ' Il. Ste-Yr-ns, H011-llsull. Hmurl, I':1l't1-V, IC, Mvliv mir-, XY:litm-. Blvlirm 'Pll ilu-lum. liruvx , Bliss t'r:mu-r, I-'itt-'rl-V. l:l'ip1lll ff! ,f"ff""y f? 12.2,-'P" gyxJx1xxsfg.!x.l'g1S pin xl I 4 114111 1 1 1 111: x ull xl l nn s zu I' N mulx 4 us x tm Spanlsh Club Organlzecl to create lnterest ln the tY3dltl0I'lS and customs of Spain, the Spanish Clubs have held thelr meetings clurlng the regular class pCI'lOd on alternate Frldays By means of lnformal reports m Spamsh orlgln, and games characterlstlc of old Spam, entertammg and V3I'l6d programs were prepared by the club members "El Estudlante de Espanol" was selected by the clubs is the magazrne best aclaptecl to thelr alms ,-fffa XXX Y " ' 77' ,c, rl' f milf' ,f Xxx ,X ,l I ,V V I. 5,VL,,y ff XX X ,pf rf ,. ,f ,ff ,f R X'-'X-, X-X X - Ufffp. it f ff. "C -.,,x -V --.Xxx se K XX it Q, I YI., HN' ,ff Milf, ' ' V. X 'Q' A, 'gi K 7" . 'Q,,Qf,,,,-ff . X x lf, p april, ,I M, W,- .. A .VfM,, H. Imriv. Vlzly, lluult, l:ll'ZlSlJll, I,1-umm, l:ll4'll1lllil.ll Uillll 'Il. 1"rl y. liuvi lson, Mm-M: I , IH land, Sw-'p:l'ri -11, Hivl: 'l.'0n. 'I' '. Ar, 'I': lmzm. XY'ls1m, Manson K' mst c-k, lw- Vine-, Miss rules. ll-'S Yoipnu-, Ili!--3' llzulrlvlnun. XY. 'l4lll'll'X, .'h l.ul'. .I n I:ll','Ill2lIl, I' -:ann . L Y . . . l I 69 I I N A ,I ' ,. ' X- N vx X I: xx - -- X4 - X L ' V iii' A Q fx lg gx :X gg lx .lg gg 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1 ll llllll Ill 1 1 Ill 1 Research Bugs OFFICERS Marguerlte Kohler Secretary Dorothy Boclen Treasurer Mrss Cramer ACIVISOY Due to drscusslons of sc1ent1f1c nature whlch arose clurmg rec1tat1on 1n thrs year s Lat1n I class the students formed a group known as the Research Bugs Reports were given at weekly meetmgs on toplcs ln wh1ch the mem bers became lnterested Among the subjects recelvlng attention were Kmg Tut s Tomb Racllum Gravrty B1rds Gyroscopes and Petflfled Wood Thxs club durmg 1ts frrst year of CXISKCUCC was successful 1n producmg both pleasant and eclucatxonal act1v1ty for ltS members N X X N , ,XX c E5 t 'Z A. Fair, Sr-'br-1, 1,1-111111 '11, l':1pn-, llfltllll. Elll4'I'S4lll, .ll'llSl'Il, Suve-1'. fFl'l'l1SI14'l'. AlQl'l'B'I lilll. H4-1'l1isrn Il. lic I- . lin' --, Miss Ur: 14-1'. W'll'z1 s. lll'l',LlH'5' Sue Williams .......................................................... President . , . ' . y , ' V . . . 70 X X XX r'7'7Q?NlXg if S SX K f,,,,4 LIN-.ZN,2' Jxlklx-S11 Martha Manners Eleanor McKenzie Wlllna ones Mlss Halverson Clrls Club Ol F1cERs XIICC Presldent Presldent Secretary Advxsor Every grrl ln the hugh school IS a member of the C-urls Club whlch IS un der the supervlsxon of MISS Halverson the gurls advxsor The club was organlzed for the purpose of developlng friendship cltlzen shrp and cooperation among the girls A very approprlate slogan was adopt d Each for all and all for each Because more work may be accomplished lf the lrls are formed mto -.mall groups the club IS dlvlded mto five departments lqntertamment Social SCYVICC Dramatlcs Llterary and Vocatlonal The Entertamment Department under the dlI'CCtlOI'l of Mlss Halverson plans dances partxes provrams and musxcales It IS also IH charge of the annual Kld Party which rs UIVCH at the begxnnmg of the school term Mlss McMaster IS the advlsor of the bocxal SCYVICC Department Thls vear the department took part ln Red Cross work and sold subscrlptlons for magazmes The Dramatlc Department IS under the dlrectlon of Mxss Shaw This sec tlon of the club presented the play Saved at the l-llgh School Revue Mrs Whltney and Mlss Marston are the sponsors of the Llterary Depart ment Glrls Interested ln llterature belonv to thls sectlon Poems plays and stones are read and studled at the meetmgs Under the supervlslon of Mlss Kmcheloe the glrls of the Vocational De partment study varlous occupations Thls helps them to declde what career they wish to follow and how to prepare themselves for thelr life work Craft work IS also stuclled such as embroldery hemstltchlng and yarn pocketbooks Departmental meetlngs and meetmgs of the entlre club are held on al ternate weeks Talks on health and etlquette a style show and mstructxve lectures made up the programs for the meetmgs of the entxre club The entertainments sponsored by the club thls year were programs for the P T A, four all school matlnee dances, twelve dances for glrls only, two teas, slx muslcales, a Mother's Day program and tea, and one all school party Each department has Its own offlcers Thxs helps to develop leadership among the Qlflg The work of the varlous departments, and the blg and llttle slster system, gxves every gurl an opportumty to become better acquamted with the other glrls IU the school '71 .sg XX .X ' ff! 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V . 4 X ,zap-ff' if 'S'-1-"" gyiif- 5,2 Q 4,1 .Af s..4W p4-up fmmobilhafdlaf .Ami- '24 vi Bow Wow Club During the flfth year of lts exlstence the Bow Wow Club made rapld advancement ln prevlous years the new members had been elected by the twenty members ln the club ln an effort to become more democratlc a pomt system was organized and gurls deslrlng to belong to thls peppy club must tulflll certaln requirements and then send ln their appllcatlons The football banquet glVCn annually ID token of the glrl s appreclatlon of the flne work done by the team was glven December 9 lVl1ss Beatrlce Buzzettl last year s advlsor was made an honorary member The Bow Wow club was organlzed for the purpose of creatmg and mam talnlng pep ln the school At all the games and ln all actlvltles the Bow Wows have shown a real bulldog splrlt and enthuslasm whxch goes to prove they are makmg every possxble effort to uphold and contxnue this splrlt 72 x X X- ' A A 'N ' a Vfrlfyf, f" jf, V' sr. 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Y f Q . . . . . . , . , x . 5 ' r 5 W g n 1 ' K ' Y 5 ff wr, 1:55 ix imvf-an-w"'4-u.uwf' I XX ml on ll lx IH 1 Pomt Club OFFICERS Helen Clark President Martha Manners Vlce Presldent Leola Campbell becretary Eleanor McKenzie Treasurer For the purpose of establrshmg a hlgher standard of physlcal excellence the Ellensburg GITIS Athletlc Club was organlzed ln the fall of i927 wlth lVllSS Baker as aclvlsor and has taken a llvely part ln school actxvxtles ever smce Membership IS based upon a polnt system seventy fue polnts belnv the equlred number obtamed by turmng out for lnterclass athletlcs hlkxng and In general showrnv an Interest along thls lme Xn aclclltmonal twenty fue polnts entrtles a girl to a letter and the prlvxlege of wearlnv a strxpe on the sleeve of her sweater Throughout the year the club has partlclpated ln manv soclal actlvltles among them the mltxatlon of new members a dance QQIVCH IU honor of the basketball boys and a week end trip to Soap Lake Both from the stanclpolnt of entertalnment and actual value to the gurl thlS club IS well worthwhile '73 Nt X '- X '1 f ln' , Z f' 'f , f' f ff' , " ' x XXxf',,'vjMWMymhlfjf,fff as--tx -.R Nt . , ,., f-'-My ,g-fj,,f' ,, -,VVV x at g I , A ,, f J, X, !!,, -o . , Y ..,. , M., W, ' X' 'A' J! 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Z I 1 2' L.:'J-""' ggi, Myfi ' ' The Chlef The crowd cheered wlldlv as thelr new governor appeared on the balcony Truly an arlstocrat they thought lt was only rlvht though for therrs was a state of arlstocrats For the flrst time ln years they were to be ruled by thelr own grand partv No graft ln that handsome well bred face Yes thls was As the newly elected governor delxv ered his oratlon ln an eloquent l most mechanxcal way Wlck Redone an unlmpresslve looklnv llttle man stood behlnd hrm smlllnv a baleful sardonlc SlTlllC None of the arlstocrat here and yet he was the real leader of these people the real power behmcl the throne Several hours later a panlcy lncredulous group was assembled ln the prl vate sanctum of the governor The lmposslble the unheard of had happened and they walted clmgmg to thelr last hope Redone could must save them He entered the room seated hlmself lelsurely and then lxstened lmpasslve lv to one brlef statement that told hlm that the governor had completely lost hrs memory No emotlon was betrayed ln Redones face rlhere was no room for emotlon there only a sane calm calculatlon The detalls of the vxctlms condltlon were eyplalned he was qulte sane but couldn t remember a thmg Slowly a plan formed ln the cunnlng ruthless mmd He Redone would rule now as he had never ruled before Then he explained hrs plan to the group who could do nothmv but submlt to hlm on hrs own terms Power was Redone s god and he grasped at and clung to thls unexpected chance to gain more of lt The people of the state found nothmg really unusual rn the next few months but as tlme went on they found thelr governor to be a queer man who seldom appeared IH publlc and when he dld accompanled by a llttle wan known as Redone h1S prlvate secretary Redone read all the governors prlvate mall and ll'ltPI'VlCWCd every re norter only a very chosen few really saw the gov ernor ust the group that had been there the day of the lnauguratlon The whole affalr had been hushed up admlrably well The governors condltlon was not even suspected by the public thanks to the cannlng mgenulty of Redone Half the term was over and thmgs had changed decrdedly ln these last few months The governor was suspected of taklng huge sums of money but IlOtl'lll"l2 was proved agalnst him Hrs handsome arlstocratvc face was scoffed and cursed at He was a hard merclless governor grantmg no pardons help mg no one Hrs polrtlcal enemles worked desperatelv to ru1n hlm, and the net was closlng IH slowly, very slowly, but just as surelv Redone glanced hurrledly through the mall He had no tlme for trlvlals Here was a pleadlng, humble letter from a broken hearted mother begglng for the pardon of her son The Grandel case, he thought muslnglv, some kid kllled a policeman IH a bootleggmg row He glanced casually at the letter tore It lnto small blts and tossed lt carelessly Into the wastebasket Agaln the chosen few were assembled ln the governor's prrvate sanctum Fxve harassed, truly frlghtened men walted restlesslv, helplessly for thelr '77 . he K f- tl ' ff? 'ff "if , , , V, V 1, gs, , a , rf-v ft :fig " ,, ' 'ee - - m ft sais ,sf ,,,,,, ! , K X X V, ' , ,,.,, I ,VM.y,,, . - fy A v1 , ri if V .f X -' JQM-'V'-,.--" .,,,ffs ., ,N,,f'sw,.,A t ,,. Y 'H ,.,..4w"e'. - ' ' 7 H - I l Y rw ' I: s 1' I ' .. ' 1 Y ' b 1 I to be a sane four years, after many tumultuous radlcal ones. Y cs r - ' ' v a ' . - , 1 1, , i Z 1 ' H y 5 , .- V ' , ' - V 1 1 - 1 . A Q A7 I . T . . V . Y , x - , I I ' . . , , Z , T 1 J A . ' . . . . . . , ' . x V -Tn v - N511 ms saw ,., ,gk Rx E f ,,,f'- gzxf-x,f+e1X.1X,g.1g2y chref but even Redone could do nothrng thrs trme The net had closed too frrmly there were too many rntrrcate threads stopprng them every way thev turned Ars they had prarsed hum before the men scoffed Redone now He took therr Insults meeltly almost unconcernedly He laughed moclungly as they left they were all rurned men Well they could count hrm out The world had never even heard of the real Nrck Redone The web hadn t even touched hrm He d leave drsappear and they could confront rurn Whrle he lolled somewhere thousands of mrles away That nrvht Nrclx Redone carefully opened the huge safe rn the govern 1 ept t ere ust then an Insane face appeared at the wrrrdow a crazed mother come to ay enge her son Redone half turned an uncanny srxth sense warned hrm but too late for a shot rang out relentlessly and the chref crumpled to the floor dead The crazed woman stayed there placrdly untrl a servant arrry ed She was Mrs Grandel she explained mechanrcally that she had krlled the governor hecause he wasn t frt to lrve A Godless man she remarked he krlled my son so l krlled hrm When a curt detectrye explarned to her that she hadn t shot the governor hut just hrs prrvate secretary she was wrld with remorse and sobbed that she h cl krlled an Innocent man But Mrs Grandel whether she knew rt or not had accomplrshed her purpose perhaps fate had rntervened and drrected her to the rrght man Who can tell3 Nrght A long loyy yyhrstle then srlence An yymd vyhrsprrn thru the prnes A trred brrd tvyrtters a drowsy U0OdD1ghf a coyote puppy whrnes The werrd shrdoyys play oer your rlent camp The yyrnd moves ycur fr hrr poles The irrelrght blazes an mstant Fhen fades rnto gloyyrrg coals The stream yyhere you got your breakfast Around the bend rn the hrll Splashes and qurgles 'rs eyer Yet sornehoyy rts mghty strll' And you snuggle doyxn close nr your blankets And thrnk about all the day Arr 117112 yycnder yxhy vou drdnt catch The brg, one that got ayyay And you Ire there and drrit rnto drearnland Whrle the can p frre becomes a haze An you thrnk that youve found the rdeal spot Just to spend the rest of your days An youye ust about do7ed off 'rgarn When you ccnre back yyrth a start' "Oh th ol camp frres just blazed up br g When rt caught on a prece of bark Then you vyonder and dream an doze agarn BY ADA NEWMAN 78 ,Vw ,sp fx -KX, Y, ,-xr-,,A,,,41,.A V, 4, H- xr r 1 1, V' , an 1 c y 4 x r r fi .. 1. -'-' f' pf' 'e ,X -Xxx, K N-X X Xktxjkfx .2-H -X. 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BY ADA NEWMAN. 1, 1, 1 1 1 ' ' - 1 ff ' uf '- ' ' f f f' , X X VN 1.4, ,ff X, fl, , XR X 1 1 ,wif VV 75:11, 5 I , sg X., XX X wx ,jf 1, 11 1-'V "V X I ,XV XR .. x L 31.1, I ' N, X' - - 1 , 'rf 1 ,M ' ',..-fff"' V ' QNX"-1 xg ,Z , Y ' W i 'M M uxlvw f-. -hm M "" , Q ," 'Q' 1" if ' ' 1 Lgg 1 ' 1:11 . 5 1 .' ' HP 'I' 511 '1 . '1 ' 11 1111112 'llv' ,'1'1'.,s1,1'1 ' 1' Q gf i 1 1111 s :fc 1131 1111' hills 111111 1111 f11111p1"11d Ill, s1111'3 H11 '. 111 11111 1'11'1-1' 1 l 1 1115111 1 11' 1-1112 T110 girl had c011s11111111l and Dicl-11' was 111111, 11'.:1' 21 1101111111 111 l111L1Ol'S. 11 .011 111 111. 11112 VV111 1 11111 .'1"111 11 '1 1' i 11111. S11 , '1 1' ' ' 'Mil ': 1- 11 1 1 . .' T111 .' ' 1 1 111111 Ve '. ' . 1- - . 1111, -- 1-l x A. -. .a'..'.. . . . ..K'.v 11 . - . ,O - . 1 ' ' , . . - -1 0 . . 1 ,, v Q . . H - - ' - 1 - , 1- 1 1 1 - - 1 1 1 -1 . ' - . ' 1 1 - ' 7, ' ' ' L . 1. . A . 5' K. A- K 7. Q , - 1 . .3c. ,.'.l.' . ..' , . 11 , C.. ' ul - Y. .' 1 - ' , L .,." , . . 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Qlalvxlhar Sept 9 School opens for reasons unknown e new te lchtrs look db thou h thev vslll get alon wlth L1 first rite pt ll lootball turn out lqhe team and art 311 er turn out accoxnpanled bw a eneral falllnv of 1 l ltes D at I5 Onlw lit, more Clays of school It l' nfl D v Bibles must play So mubt be t 7I lrosh ITHX WILD the mlghty senlors III the flrst clance of the year Sept 27 Lols and Wlllle make a splurge 1nto the sea of matzlmony We wlsh them peaceful sall Sept 28 l'ootball We play Cle Elum Woe unto us' Oct Football Menus and flat tlres at Wen -ftchee Oct Oct l l football hllensburg vs Cashmere there A good track meet t Rooters caps arrlve at last We thlnk Bob jones looks S0 coquettxsh Oct 1 ourage' Courage' lLnd of flrst SIX weeks c ootball I llensburg v Sunnyslde hcre Durmv whxch l H 5 tears down ye olde root n section t l ootb xll lwllensburff ws Ros Vn Xnothcr YlCtOlV for the Bulldogs Nov l Debate wlth Yakxma here Honorable . 1 . 1. . , V, jk K , ' ' lf,,f' .1 J . -, 1 we Q21 f,ws.g. 'iffy-1.-wf,1,m Q ej- Q . -Q ' : ' . Th X 5 ' -' ' ' 2' . 'D' 1 ' 3 I s ' s - 2 . Se . - 'Q - , p f l, 'V ' ' H' g ' ' ,, t 1 dz 'Neg . -- H' ' 1 . . Sq . 20-Q' Elf. 2 ' J .' ' . C ' High School Girlsj. . p. H -I 5 S .,, .k S . . ' N. . , , . ing. . 5- Q ' . , A - 1. . . l O-ltchl l l . . ,Y . Oc . I4--A . ' . ' ' I ,. I .1 . ' '. l8,--'f R ., ' kg , ' ' -' O t. I9--F . 'Q Q K ' , - . ' g ' L. . f. V . U O: . 25.-f 2 . 3 .' 5 .ln , l4-0. juilgesi 2' ? 9' V I S ii. N..,1'X,.,f'x Nox 8 rl he Patsx In whIch Immv Bc atrlce Qrthur and oe make thelr debut In hlgh dl'dIl1dtlC'w No 9 Game wIth Yaltxma there The jmx stnll prevalls Nov 27 Debate Wlth belah Oh' Them Rlce Twlnsl Nov 23 Bow Wow Banouet Much fun' Pe ew and l dole seem to haxe all the luck Nov 78 rlhanksfflvlnv DId we! D c 5 ust another sm week Uec 6 unlor Qarmx Il The JUDIOYS came out on the small end of the dollar Slgfl Anyway they put over a very whoooeesh affaxr Dec I3 Debate wIth Naches here MISS Bates proves herself Dec 20 Qhrlstmas vacatIon Vlrtue wIll have lfS reward Keep thls In mIncl Santa old chap' a 2 Back to chool agaln atter New Years C lelwratlon We are lI1l:OYITlCCl the llghts went out Xlew Year s Lve an I0 Debate wth branffer l' H S fln s th t lnterscholastlc fxthle tlcs ARL lJt,!1Cfl Ial 73 Semester Evams Followmg Franks ezample the students Cllll entlx prepare for them lneb 7 The Famlly Upstans a blg success l o I0 Two reckless drn C13 cl Ish but not IU ca Heres where the better man loses ean Kelso admlts Maynard IS a better drlx er J l unlors and Senlors agam peace u' Nlavbe they ran out of pamt l lu Zu XxI'll"ltCCll A hxperone to accompany th Cl1lpI'll.S to the Basketbal Tournament 'N-.,,.f's 2 8 M Xxllll BA f New--1 March l Lllensburg trxes for second place at the tournament Geor la Driver also scores March 7 Naches goes to Seattle Aprll I Fools Day Mr Bleakney fxnds onlv Root Beer on hls breakfast table Xprll 4 Debate wlth Cle Llum here and Ros lyn there Aprll 4 unlor Prom apanese lanterns allur nn muslc sparklm punch and tired track men April ll Men' Men' Men' Whxtmans Glee u Nprll I2 Edna and louise gxve the school a X smt leavmr., all the little Bow Wows ln a ht of dls satxsfactlon because of thexr short tresses 'Xprxl 27 B10 pxcnlc at Swauk VlI'glHIdS Happv Days are over Aprll 28 Naomi edwards IS home Wlth ton SllltlS April 29 lefty Jumps out of DCWSWTIUDQ wmdow rn an unsuccessful attempt at sulclde 'Vlay 3 County Track Meet Three boys chase Lloyd VIDIHQ' oxer the hlgh hurdles to the tune of I6 seconds flat May 9 All IS peace and qulet our Pep Band left for Wenatchee May I0 DlStflCt Track Meet and Senlor Day -X bl day for Art Driver Lloyd Vining and Scotty Reid The Normal entertains the Seniors' May 2 Love ln 5 Must Xvhere lxa Hayes ought to sleep well She lies so easily Mav 3I Bow Wow lormal Honored by the presence of the Alumni the affalr was quxte a suc FSS june 6 Commencement Au revolr ol' Alma Mammv Your memory lingers always Remem brances of our hlgh school daze "Ge," , ,. - . + J X 5 X I My ,ff X X , x". f' P' ,,g. ,f ' "ff . txlm ffl L" 5 L if 5' "JL-'fx 4- 4 ff' f exif cj--sk X- ' tn ,-- fg,,,L5,,,, L Vx ,A -, K, Y-5 L . f nv,4,,,,, O'. 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I - 4-JP ,un -,,, 5 Y J -Y ,,. gwygrfg.-,fxrfkgyx Y .1-gi 1 Lgumnrmquv ff ,LT K all 2 ll m 4 Qlyfm 45:11 -ff , lm? 4 4f my 0 V154 AL K HALL ""'V" ffl Notell And now we have reached the last sectlon ln the book After this IS read the author IS presumably ln bad posltxon his hfe IS ln danger But whats the matter wlth that3 We all dle just once uct once for lve wracked my bram and others too lve plundered obscure scrlbbhngs To fund just one orlgmal joke Unllke these modern qulbbllngs But all ln vam of no avall 'lhey cannot be uncovered The only Joke l guess IS me lVlay l STAY undlscovered LIFE OF ALFRED K HAII Little was known of Al K Halls hfe untll the 20th century when one day some workmen found a packet of papers his autoblography he thought he was a famous guy whlch he had wrltten ln a cell ln blng Sung ln this penal mstltutlon Al lx Hall was known as Washout Wlllle the Wlndow Washer But hls real nom de plume wa Alfred K Hall by whlch we shall call hlm From hls autoblography we read l was born ln l900 ln a small town called Chlcago My parents were papa and mama life ln Chlcago was very dull ln those davs because there Nere no gangs then but l passed away the happy hours of chxldhood by p ay nn wlth bottle caps and champagne corks My only friend was a Chlnese boy named Smg Hugh Low When l was slx years old my folks declded that l should go to school so accordmgly l was dressed ln a Little Lord Fauntleroy su1t wlth velvet pants and sllk shlrt The flrst day at school l can always remember l was called Egbert by the other boys ln the class but Sing I-hgh Low and l beat them up after school ln the manlv art of flstlcuffs After that l was known as Al My papa lVlr Hall worked xn a saloon He was a bartender Hls favorite frult was garhc phooeyl Ars l was ln hlgh school when the war broke out l went to war But alas and alack' V V l nex er saw the sunnv shores of France because l spent all my tlme ln the Guard House or on K P From my experxence ln the Guard House l learned that l dld not lxke the ldea very well so l one day while l was out reslgnecl l was lven a cllshonor able dxschar e and was pointed out the road back to Chlcago MB l f fr. ,gms L ta I gn -P sf-J ss SINYI Hl H DNP 83 'W fm Y ini' C ' , , . :E in-i , -,li-4 Q Je' E -A . , ' , - V -. . . . . . 2- f . ,Z ' , 14 -1 L - AZ! 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AM But l dlcl not o bacls. to Chl bccxuse for the m im and slmple reason t xt l went elsewhere New Xorlx llers l be ur so o speak and drd odd jobs from the second story wlndow so th it m a few month l won mv l orch C lllllbel' s llef ree or the P C D as we put lt Now n Xlew Work there rs 1 Croolxs Collu e where vounf duffers cm 1 o and became educated ln the sclence of burf ldI'1bI'H l was raduated from thus collef e after attendlnf., fue vears and llftlnf one thousand dollars which was the flnal exam When l left the Collef e l was a full fleclffecl L l b Q B or Lroolc III 'Xmence of Burglarrsm Xncl so ln the course of a few vears l became qurte thesty and l-.rllecl llut om nu ht a cop p1nched me by the ear md put me rn the cooler for SWIPIII' srlxcrware So l got a stretch of ten years ln the l lttle X lllai e SIHY Sin avd made lxcense plates and brooms tlll l was red IU the face lltrc m prison l com posed most of nly fxmous rhymes and clrd mv correspondence with the out slcle world the uestlon Bureau and other things fmd that Xl lx Hall lS now worltmv on the Fire Dep xrtment rn Greenl ind ac ll SbONS lN l llQbl ITl' Wo I Bv Alfred lx Hall Xt the Theatre When attending the theitre care should be taken to dress properly by thus l mean that beside your ex enxnw surt you should be wearxnff a complete football surt under your clothes to protect you from the mob and help you to f et a good seat rn the balcony Of course before the show vou bouf ht a few sacl-'s of peanuts from your local dealer then when the show has sta ted and the patrons are comfortably seated opcn flre with the monltey food ln your mouth lhls pelnut solo wrll dellvht the 1ud1ence l arn sure as ey eryone llkes accompanlment to the muslc When the usherette comes around she certalnly wrll to make you stop heaye the peanut shells y ou were shelllnf them ln your hat for courtesy s sake o er the rrm of the balcony and tell her ln a ye y loud VOILC that you are vo mv to do what you please 5 'J759:5E:'i E 33fUJ?fvw-:Mv- mvf' mmm.-P W' FO,-i ,., - ,- gd Dig:-mfg 3:0 :z-: gc-:s::C-H :r on mfg, FDU' -1 'TO 'b .-.W CT P,-Ufvzn TE' Q2 ::':vf,"3fJ gf!! TUOQL :H OSZW' frm 'Ds gnffio-U Sm cgi'-Ei-Ml? 3- ilwifmi-gif? Og 5"5JQfU,::: :C gEOg0""'- '11 QD "' En. 'Olson T5 313 R43 35, all 52: nv r -2 -13' Q3 'Ji 9? ,RQ5 3, E? jd. 3 yf' M wg 3 -'gil O-5 , -:L ax r ,ri g3 ,XWI oo mu sm 5 fp D -49 FD -U.. ai' '-'N 3-3 -'FD possrble and try to take the next tram out of town -4 .. 2 84 QT, n V 1 I A '.,,'fQ l .,, "MIX" "N" " "M H ' g ' ' T ', X 2 Q , , z ' ' " . ' J hz ' ' ' 2' '-. I ' V '. 1 2 fgan life all over age '1, .' t J ' , ' ' ' ' J : . 3 ' --: z ' ' , I s V 7 ' f ' f .g . . . 7 ., ' ' . i L ' ', , 1 l " f gf- ' X . ' ,5 ' 2 ,g ' uv A ss A' - -I 1 .s h rv N. gl f .lv U . f rg ' ' - D l. . N. . . 1 ' e , , 5 X . lf' ' , x Y ' Y, . ' ' s " . 1 Ag ' , 2 , ' . ' ' , .' V, , . , ,, . . .. ky i X K . I. ,. g ls. rr . gq- A 7 1 S 4, 2 - V -2. r ' D A, ' 1 Here the autobiography endecl, and from the Warden's office record, we ' ' .A . ' " ,, ' . z ' 2 . is -r as A1 V1 4 ' ' -' L J r - , ' ' . , .' . V ' , . ' ' h rw ' ' o 1 , N . .. ' , . A . l , -f ' ' I 'A 4 ' ' l . , Q .' 2 .' I T, I p A ui my V I tv ' V A , D , 4 ' - C' . ' g ' .- s J V , I ' Y Z. ' . , , F . - rv ,, . . . 1 , Y. ' U x K V ,Y , I I ' ' " . ' ,li . l. 'gi . 's e,k an g a Q- -' '17 . . ' - t I I 1 ? , - I , . , , , W, h Q - ' - f u 'I - , , , K , , , I 4 ' r --4 'V I l fl 0" ' , ' XT Uw -- - ' 7 ,FS r ll 5? .l, Q , - - f 1:1 I Y . .,. . , . ' I. ' . A - Q: . l - f on , . Y K . ' ' iff? 1-'Q '- 9 'A nv , . 'Q n X N s , - , , if ' ,Y rc fp Y i i ,, -' i 4' . 's ' :Lv 3' "' "X f Ve H f , l 9 X :w'H'f""9f1aW .f H I I ssON ll Xt Dlnner Wht n TCCSIVIDL, the mvntatlon to drnner at your friend s house xmmedlate ly call hlm up by telephone and tell hlm to have the soup very thln as your 1 ust xchc lyotht rs you with thick soup About one hour before the stated dmlnv hour arrxye 'lell your host or hostess you wanted to 1 et the best place at the tahle Help yourself freely to the host s El Dopo cu ars ln fact txke plenty lo p iss the time xw xy turn on his radlo or lf already on remark what a hcllava statlon lt IS and turn to your favorite one lxeep tlme to the muslc hy be ltllli., on the ed YC of the radlo set wrth the nut Cracker As dmner IS lmetm, xnnounced holler G NNCJWAY' l 7 l l l and make a bum s rush for the tahle lt hy chance a person IS hoverlnv near your place dash up and say Hey youse clear out dls lb mme Then s1t down lmmedlately when all are seated 1 lye your plate to the host Call at entlon to the fly m the 1 uest of honor s COClxtdll When all are looking swipe l at like one famlshed but do not he medlocre Completlnx, ask ln a loud y OICC Nre there my seconds If not 1 et out How fast3 W ll not too s ow Xl lx H XLLS INQUIRINC. Bblil XL Dear Al K Hull l am mterestecl ID the lwlylnsoup and l understand that lt ns some kmd of 1 lnlolof ical blrd Can you help me3 MISS Buzzettx Dear lVl1ss BllLl6tll Ihe l lylnsoup I9 a funnv hlrd lts head sets on one end nd he sets on the other lt flys backward to keep dirt and dust out of 1tS eyes lhey usuallv nest ID suhways l'he polxtrclans are the only people that tame the lzlvmsoup as they are also a hot air fowl and ran be easlly tau' ht to talk and drown out the other 1 uy s arf ument The voxce 19 yerv hard to ICSCTIDF Those who know what lt sounds llk d lnhose who dont dont Dear Al l am troubled wth ln LYOWAIHU toe nalls how can l remedy th1s3 Alfred Bercfman Dear Alfle ln just 1 few more weeks my next lesson ID the heauty cul ture for the feet will be on sale X ou can purchase thxs at the local hoolxstand or the small sum of one dollar at 51' Dear Hall l rm handsome but dumb What shall l do3 1mm1e Metcalfe De xr ames Study a' Dear Al K Hall ln vam do l walt for my beloy ed Where IS he5 Peggy 7 ltterer Dear Pevvy llow should l know3 96 Llsten Al Cm you tell me how the fundamental hypothesls of the law of relatlvlty fCCOI1Cllll'12 the apparently lnevltable dlscontmvxtles of space can mdlcate a stralght l1ne3 Mr Bleakney Dear Mr Bleaknev Here I9 a solutxon to your perplexmg puzzlmg proh lem AFCOTdln2 to the law of Aerociynamxcs whlch surround the etherlzed ther which ln turn compresses the Aerofold one equals one see3 There fore and hence the theory I3 based upon the substantlal safe strong and dequate axlom halves of equals are flfty percent of the full value From 85 D V 2551! 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X if Z TX T Halal-5-"f ,ff X JSZi lLlL.i1L here we get an answer a half IS greater than the whole because the whole has been broken up and the sxmple answer A stralght lme IS the shortest dxs tance between two points X ery simple ar LESDONS IN BILAUTY CULTURE By Al K Hall Care of the Feet ln taking care of the feet people should take pams to avoxd gettlng hlt on the head as this wlll mne txmes out of ten cause flat feet or fallen arches This can be cured by puttmg lumps of coal or gravel ln the shoes underneath the arches When glvmg the feet a bath soak IH a solutlon of gasolme and n1tr1c acld this wlll remove all the aches and pams beyond a doubt Really you wlll be surprlsed at the results you wlll obtam For that tlred feelmg ln your feet SIT DOWN' ' ' Care of the Face To dlstrlbute the beauty mud evenly upon the face l suggest that vou throw the mud into an electric fan golng full blast Let the mud dry on the face and chlp lt off with elther an xce plck or putty knlfe l don t care whlch ln case you have no beauty mud on hand you can substltute mince or blackberry ple for lt For the school glrl complexlon keep out of the ram' NOTE Nowadays to get rld of the wlfe men use vamshlng cream Thls ns put Into the beauty mud whale she IS not looking and from dlfferent re ports l fmd that lt works very successfully Try It sometlme THh. BURNF OUT FUSES By Al K Hall The guy was to get the chalr Already hrs sentence had been pronounced The udge had said And may God have mercy on your soul Now he vas ln a cell ln the death row before him thlrty feet away was the Little Green Door He was to due at two o clock ln the morning only three hours left one hundred and elghty mmutes ln slx hours from now he would probably be lymg m the ground Pot ters Fleld with a wooden marker saylng to the world oe Parker allas Tony Stonebreaker allas ohn Browne may he rest IH Peace Or he mlght be on hrs way to a Medlcal School for dlsectlon Browne hoped xt wouldn't be the Medical School ln St Louls, he knew one of the medics there lt would make hlm awfully embarrassed to meet hrs frlend that way The cell house was dim and lonely Only fifteen mmutes ago, Flat Foot l lanlgan had gone for hls last walk through the l..1ttle Green Door No con vlct returned through that door alive The guy shivered On the table lay hrs last letters to the outslde world, one to Sadle Whlt lock, one to Mlke, his pard, and one to the Prosecutmg Attorney, telllng him what to do and where to go One hour and flfty mmutes left John Browne medltated He wondered how a person prayed, whom he learned from, and who heard him Dad he get the prlson chaplaln to con fess his sms to3 No' He wouldn't stoop to the sob stuff He would be a hard guy to the very end just how dnd it feel to get the Hot Seat anyway3 Flndlng that thinking made hlm too nervous and restless, he started pac mg the stones Tramp tramp tramp tramp turn and proceed as before Forty two mmutes to go "lt was better," he thought, "to shoot the copper and get revenge, then 86 .-.ff-,1 I ' Tia 1 Q 'X x l'll 1' - - f"f' ,ef f ' 'X 1 - 'Fl ' ,f' r' ,A XXX X ,L 2. , , 1 ,ff Af, S V "essex Bidi Xie' .bl ' 1 1 if ? rl.. 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K HaHl 1 hav ben a beeg aDa readER hof yeR l1TeRarY wolks hanD hl shure IU lolk delVl H1 halVl ha beoutlful go1l hand axe hA IaRgue aqsoflmment hov scuulhng hm dlS counTrY 1 hAm from ltaleY H1 camb hover hear hln ha poat I looke for yer HarT1CleE. Hall da to1me My brothear he ISS ha h1 hup mon He IS ha chalVIbleY sweep 1 haf gonT tO scuul Oll da to1me 1 hav beeen hear Hand h1 fOlSt hOld of youse Whlan h1 WAZ hln Postom 1Z thaaT R1Te Postom3 WELL hl just wANteD youse to kayno dat hl lolk youse hand yer WOlkS yERS tRuUlel AUIMIC bOttl eQuaRTz 95 -'F Dear Al I am an Enghshman Wot3 Ow are you old Chawp3 I ave cultlvated a beastly good taste for your HTIICICS when they appear 1n prmt Wot3 Recently I journeyed to Ireland OH deah3 Imaglne ow I felt when l dlscovered that they ad never never saw any art1cles of yours' Beastly the pooah beggahs' Well old chawp I proceeded to enllghten them a tr1fle as to who you were I say dxd I do the rlght th1ng3 One lr1shman 1n partlcular jerry Flynn was the chawp s name remarked that e dldnt llke you and your stvle of v1r1t1ng Beastly' Terrlblel Youahs Slr Sldney Shoe Stung al X- af- 95 Dr- NFWS ITEM Yesterday afternoon 1n the town of Peanutvllle, Greenland. a f1reman by the name of Al K Hall dled from a sun stroke whlch he obtamed when f1ght mg a forest flre 1n the swamps Just out slde of the town durmg the noon hour when all the other members of the squad were swlmmlng on the beach Such a hero1c actxon on the part of the deceased, should not go un rewarded for the people of Peanutvllle are taklng up a collectlon to buy h1s wldow a magazme for one year The Peanutvllle Roaster X ,,. ,W I r, XX , X- p I f I , f XX XXX. 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A Q, :NA g.:A.'f 1 i 5-x 2 f,,,- S fr lf, X, W mf I x.,fg,.f' Bob jeans HeyV There s a feather ln thrs sausag Vfalter Oh oh that must have been a blrd dogV H4 -H- Mrss Buzzettl Un blologyl What IS a scale3 Art Drlver A scale IS a freckle on a frsh Mr Bowman Young man where haxe you been3 ohn B l"lSl1ll"l Mr B Then come mto the basement and we ll go on a whalm expedltlon as as Don Cram How tall are you Lloyd Vlnlng SIX feet flve and one quart bf- an Clarence Cheney frymg to get an acquarntance Pardon me but you look like Helen Brown The glrl Yes I know but l look a darn slght worse ln whlte 6- -1- KC buch IS school lxfe Exammatnon Much fllrtatlon And agam Exammatlon More fl1rtat1onV Near vacatxonV E.xam1nat1onV V No graduat1onV V V ConDAlVlNat1onV V V V as al as Freshmen are green thlngs Green thmgs need water Drown the FreshmenV QC Bull BOICC Freshmen remmd me of old lndla Temples Wllbur Pless Thasso3 How5 Bull BOICC Ivory domed -A as A man sent his son to college And now he crles Alack I spent a thousand dollars And got a quarter backvv 4 as Miss Bates ln Engllsh What rs spunl-43 Chet Main Spunk IS the past partlcrple of spank as as as an 96 Mr Young Young man. my daughter tells me that you go to church Which one do you go to5 Bull PYICC Why ah er well a that ls, well, name over a few of them as as X x -is Mr VlVlan HeyV Haven't l told you fifteen thousand tlmes that a pre posltlon IS a bum word to end a sentence w1th3 as as ar ar vs When a guy wanted to commlt sulclde ln the good old days. he blew out the gas, but now he steps on It Such IS the wonderful progress of clvlllzatlon 90 ,..,f"XL 1 V, -- f wr - f . 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Allan Charlton What anlmal subsxsts on the least food3 Wayne Holloway A moth Allan How come3 Wayne Because he eats holes A- fr- Mart lVla1n Do you know my brother3 Robert Hurley Y e he and l sleep ln the same Latln class -12 JF Senlor Shhhhhh' We have an orchestra but we dont boast about lt be an MISS Marston Live me a sentence w1th the word anarchlst Ray Maynard l went to see Anna the other nlght and anarchist me is as Wendell Prater This IS a wonderful country Hugh Whltmore Yeah why3 Wendell Why you can buy a fxve dollar money order for seven cents' 1- ff' W rden It IS our custom to let a prlsoner work at the ame trade he was m before he was arrested For lnstance lf you were a blacksmlth you would work ln the blacksmith shop What were vou3 Prisoner Sir l was a travelmg salesman Jr- as MISS Twyman Explammg problem Now class watch the board and I vull go through xt agam xc + Once upon a tlme not so very long ago lVlr Bleakney met Mr Vlvlan on e street fbefore they knew each other Who are you3 asked Mr VIV lan and what do you do3 Oh sald Mr Bleakney l talk IH other people s sleep You talk ln other people s sleep3 lmposslblel Oh yes lt can be done l m an bngllsh professor af Larry Wade You know lf lt wasn t for you your famlly tree would dxe Cecil Lambert Oh ahem' ahemll Why I9 that3 Larry Wade N ou re the sap' a- as Once upon a time ln the good old days two undertakers met on the street How s bus1ness3 asked one Pretty dead responded the other dlsconsolately as fr. vs The shades of night were falllng fast He opened the throttle and stepped on the gas A ditch ln the dark and the man was dead, And what dnd they flnd when they opened hls head3 EXCELSIORV Y-39:--H596 And then there was a Scotchman who beat his wlfe up for rlnslng out his shavlng brush 96 Y as as an We came, we read, we got sore, we kxlled the Feature Fdltor The End 91 ,..,-X4 , at-fs-,v fs.. . 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