Emporia High School - Re Echo Yearbook (Emporia, KS)
- Class of 1923
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The Ancient Seniors
It was a small green Freshman and
A Senior proud stopped he,
Who paused, and looked, and wondered
"What can you want of me?"
The Freshman shook and shivered while
He contemplated flight.
He'd never be a football star,
It'd seem a rooster fight.
He sputtered and he stammered but
The Senior understood,
He wished a tale of "The School Life,"
For his own personal good.
"Ah well! ou've come to one who knows
Our class has done it all,
You can't expect to be so great, .
Your plans, perhaps, will fall.
"Yes we were once green Freshmen but
With Selleck at our head, H
An education fine sought weg ,.
We wished to be well read. 1
"We scratched our heads for Latin verbs,
A struggle hard had weg 4
For in our school the 'flu' germ flew
As big as any bee.
"And then as Sophomores we claimed
To be a plucky group,
We had the pep, the grit, the rep,
In fact, 'We were the Soup!
"Thanksgiving, we ate pumpkin pie, A
High did our spirits soarg -
And all excited Winnie pushed
Her hand through a big glass door.
"On Christmas Eve old Santa called
And brought along a tree, .
Nice presents then I gave to him
And he gave one to me.
"Ahl then we were the Juniors Proud
The teachers, our old friends.
Say! Wallace passed in History,
I-Ie's making fine amends.
"One afternoon the girls had tea
Their mothers did invite.
And then another germ flew in-
Bad cases were in sight.
"The school went for a Shakespeare hike
And Kenneth took his Ford,
When e'er he stopped a can he placed
Below, tied to a cord.
"For gasoline poured out in streams,
A saving head had he.
But Em-Hi field day we woke up
And stopped the Seniors' spree.
"The Senior flag we tore it down
They could not fly it high.
And in the sports, we showed them all
The bacon we could fry.
"Then wise and dignified we took
Our title, that of 'Senior.'
You'd know us here, in France, in Heav'n
By our sincere demeanor.
"Some sizzling meat in glowing flames,
' The shadows were our hosts,
Whoever dreamed of such rare sport
As Seniors on steak roasts.
"Toasters, toasters everywhere
And yet no. toast to eatg
But with Titus and his finger bowl
Our banquet was complete.
"And now Commencement Days are, o'er,
The end at last is hereg
We stand with parchments in our hands
And know no worldy fear.
"We thought that 'twould be fine to leave
But now-it's not so swell,
A longing sigh goes with the words
We bid you fond farewell."
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Debate Club: Shakespeare Club: Glee Club:
T. T. G. Club.
"Good temper like n sunny day, sheds
brightness over everything."
Y. VV. C. A.: Glee Club '22: Echo Club '22.
"De1ving for knowledge incessantly and
Glee Club '21, '22, '23: Y. VV. C. A.: Shake-
speare Club '21, '22, '23.
"She will succeed for she means all she
Y. W. C. A.: Ibsen '21: Shal-cespeare"22.
'23: "Uncle Dick's Mistaken: "Stop
T'hief": Glee Club: Orchestra.
"My heart is happy as a singing bird."
' ' ESTHER'TEAS A ' '
Shakespeare Club: Entered as a Junior
from Alta Vista. 1
"Her xoice was ever gentle and low,
An excellent thing ln woman."
"Actions speak louder than words."
NELL BENSON l
Y. YV. C. A.: Ibsen '21: Shakespeare '22.
'23: Public Speaking '21: Glee Club '22,
'23: Echo '23: "The Charm School."
"A lady whose bright eyes rain influence."
"The good die young: 1
Here's hoping that you may
Live to a ripe old age."
Y. VV. C. A.: Estes Park: Topeka Confer-
ence: Echo Staff '23Q H. S. Editors Con-
"Is she not passing fair?"
Y. VV. C. A. '
"ln her 'twas natural to please."
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ing Bridgetn: "The Charm School":
"Stop Thlef": President of '23 January
"But men may come and men may go,
but I go on forever."
1 RUTH PINE
Entered from Saffordville H. S. 1920: Pub-
lic Speaking Class.
"Her best companions, innocence and
"Most shy and ladylikel'
Q MATTIALIEN GOSSER C '
Y. XV. C. A.: Entered from Americus H.
' "By a tranquil mind, I mean a mind well
GLADYS YOUNG '
' Dcbatc Club: Glee Club: Y. VV. C. A.:
Shakespeare: Echo: T. B. G. Club.
"Speech is great but silence, is greater."
. ' PAUL HUNT V
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' ment to do nothing." '
Debate Club '22: Football '23: Glee Club
"Providence gave,me a deep bass voice
and took everything else away."
Y. XV. C. A.: Ibsen Club: Shakespeare:
"Manners and Modes": "Two Aunts and
a Photon: "The Charm School!! ,
l . ' BLANCHE GRIMSLEY
Y. XV. C. A.: Re-Echo Staff '22: Shake-
speare: Radio Club: Honor Society.
"Her looks do argue her replete with
1 HAZEL JACOBS
' N Y. VV. C. A.: Office Assistant.
"Modesty is the adornment of women."
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Entered as a. Junior from Cottonwood
Fallsg Chorus '20: Y. W. C. A. '21.
"'Tis greatly wise to talk in vacant hours."
Hi-Y '20, '21, '22, '23p Officer in '23g Glee
Clubg Track '20, '21, '22g Class Basket
Ball '20, '21, '23. ,
"A little study is a dangerous thing."
Echo '20g Shakespeare '22, '23: Glee Club
'21, '22g Y. W. C. A.: Vice-President '22-
President '23, Office Assistant '23g Girls
Student Council '239 "Seeking a Ser-
"She wounds no breast with jeer or jest,
yet hath no honeyed tongue."
Y. W. C. A.p Glee Club '21, '22g Radio
Club: T. B. G. Club: Echo '22: Shake-
speare "22g Public Speaking '21.
"Woman she needs no eulogy, she speaks
Shakespeare: Y. W. C. A.g "Pilgrims
Pageantn: "Three Girls from School."
"Beware of her fair hair for she excels all
women in the magic of her locks."
HAROLD FINKLE Q
"A man that blushes is not a brute."
Glee Club '21, '22, '23: Radio Club: Shake-
peare '22, '23g Honor Society: Senior B.
B. Team '23.
"Night after night he sat and bleared his
eyes with books."
"Be to her virtues very kind
Be to her faults a little blind."
LAURA HAUK A
Glee Club '23g Y, W. C. A.: Entered from
Amerlcus 19205 Honor Society.
"Of a good beginning cometh a good end."
Y. EV. C. A. '21, '22, '23: Shakespeare '22,
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"Not much talk: a. great sweet silence."
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Y. VV. C. A.: Shakespeareg Orchestrag
"Pilgrims Pageant"g "Nothing But the
'fAngels listen when she speaks."
Glee Club '22, '23g Shakespeare '22, '233
Y. XV. C. A.: President Girls Council:
Radio Club: "Overall Club": Salina Y.
W. Conference: Honor Society: Special
Glee Club '23,
"She was--but words would fail to tell
. the what:
Thlntla what a woman should be, she was
EDNA LUVINA McCLURE
Shakespeare '21, '22, '23g Echo Club A'23g
Y. VV. C. A.g Honor Society. -
"YVhatever is worth doing at all, is worth
doing Well." X
MARIS GRADY Y
"A little nonsense now and then, 'ls relish-
ed by the wisest men."
Pretty to walk with and Witty to talk
JUANIT A GVVINNER
Shakespeare 22 2 Contrary Malv
Stop Thief Y VV C A 21 Glee Club
Thou wast born to be a plague to man
And all labor without any play boys
makes Jack a dull boy ln the end
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grlms Pageant Dx ery Students Prog
My thoughts are m5 companions
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An effort made for the happiness of
others lifts us above ourselves
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"There's a good time coming boys.
A good time coming."
' LEO DENNY
President Senior Classg Footballg Shake-
peureg Basket Bally "Stop Thief."
"Look. he's winding up the watch of his
By and by it will strike." .
WVARD CLA RK
"One who never turned his back
But marched breast forward."
MARY ALICE JONES
Y. XV. C. A.: Shakespeare: fT. B. G. Clubg
Glee Clubg Public Speaking.
"Patience is n plant that grows n
ot in all
"Oh why should life all labor be."
Basket Bally Shakespeare: "Stop
"Spreading the News.
"Heart is aching, head's awhirl.
Same old trouble, too much girl.
Entered as 11 Senior.
"Though I am always in haste
I nm never in o hurry!
"Day by day my lessons fade
My intellect grows muddy!
Entered as a Sophomore from Horton: Y.
VV. C. A.' Estes Park Conference'
Shakespeareg Glee Clubg "Circus Cicer-
"'l:o thCSe who know thee not no words
.ind those who know thee, know all Words
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"This above all to thine own self be true."
' LAWRENCE HARLAN
"He most lives who thinks most. feels the
noblest. acts the best."
"'l'empt me not from the righteous path."
Y. XV. C. A.: Glee Club: T. B. G. Clubg
Shakespcareg "1-'ilgrims Pageant."
"And though hard be the task
Keep a stiff upper lip."
. MARIE THOMAS
Shakespeare: Y. VV. C. A.: Honor Society.
"Ext-use me it 1 seem to talk a little."
"A 2'-weet attractive kind of grace."
X, W. C. A.: Glee Club '21g Radio Clubg
'l'. B. G. Clubg Echo Staff '22, '23g
Shakespeare: Edltors Conference at
"The blessing of work is toil."
Assistant Manager Football '19, '20g Man-
ager Football '21, '22g Manager Basket
Ball '20, '21, '22: Orchestra '21, '22.
"The one thing finished in this hasty
' DEMA HINZE
Glee Club: Vice-President '23g Orchestrag
Y. 'W. C. A.: "Contrary Mary"g "Miss
Cherry Blossomug Ibsen '21g Shake-
speare '22, '23.
"Her hah was like unto a prairie sunset."
"NVhichever way the wind doth blow
His heart ls glad to have lt so."
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"There's quiet in that gentle glance, -
There's rest in her still countenance."
Y. VV. C. A.: Glee Club: Librarian.
"Thinking is the talking of the soul it-
Orchestra '21, '22, '23, Band '21, '22g New-
man Club '22.
'Wvhat I asplred to be.
And was not comforts me."
Glee Club: Newman Clubg President '22:
"A smile for every joy,
.All excuse for every fault,
An encouragement for every hope."
Re-Echo Staff '233 Ibsen Club '21, Shakes-
peare '22, '23g Sec. '23g Y. NV. C. A.g "The
NVrong Mr. WVright", "Contrary Mary":
"The End of the Rainbown: "A Bit of
"Youth, full of grace, force and fascina-
Re'Echo Staff '23, Hi-Y '23g Shakespeare
'23g Entered from Des Moines as a
"For he who is honest is noble
YN'l10.tBVBI' his fortunes or birth."
Radio Club '23,
"Smooth runs the water where the brook
' WILMA GOODALL
Echo Club: Re-Echo Staff '23: Y. YV. C.
A.: Glee Club, Honor Society.
'Wvhatever I have tried to do in my life,
I have tried with all my heart to do well."
"Pilgrims Pngeantug Glee Club '21p New-
gaan Club: T. B. G. Clubg Shakespeare
"Keep cool and you command everybody."
Y. W. C. A.: Shakespeare Club.
"Talks little, says much."
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' Y. VV. -C. A. 4 Years: Glee Club 4 Years: .
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"I have no mocklngs or argumentsg 1:
I witness and wait." E i
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'- I "As frank-as rain on cherry blossoms." ' . ji J
I ALICE MCCUE wil
' Y. XV. C. A.: Ibsen '21: Shakespeare '22. ,'
V 5 '23: "'lhe End of the Rainbowug "The C15
Xvrong Mr. VVright."g "Contrary Mziry": Q
4 Newman Club '22: Treasurer of Senior
3,3 Class: "Christmas Hat": "VVhiskers." ' if
. "Short and dark and sweet was she, T' I
' F' Flrmf rooted her popularity." '
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j i Track '2l: Hi-Y"23. ,
Q A 'True dignity abides with him alone."
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2 "Of gc nerous impulses and noble
th ou gh ts."
-I HAZEL MELISSA TROXVBRIDGE
'Q Y. W. C. A.. Shakespeare: President of Q
' ' Del-ate Club '22: Member of Newton -
' ! ' Affirmative Team: Honor Society.
"On her face you always see a smile."
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' Y. NV. C. A.: Cabinet '22, '23g Librarian: l
N .. Shakespeareg Echo Club: "Nothing But I
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"She doeth little kindnesses, l
'I NVl1ich most leave undone or despise."
I Honor Society.
"How noble in reason,
How infinite in faculty."
"Studious of ease, and fond of humble
I ' things." ,
' GERALDINE BYRD
, Y. W. C. A.3 Shakespeare: T. B. G. Club:
Topeka Conference '22g "Pilgrims
, Pageantu: Honor Society.
"Thy modesty is a candle to thy merit."
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Slmkespt.-ire' Re-lncho Stuff ':.?: Echo
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"These delights, if thou canst give, mirth
with thee I mean to live."
I-li-Y '21g Shakespeare '21, '22: Class Bals-
ket Ball '22, '23: Football '23.
"I would rather be right than President."
ESTHER CO XVAN
Y. VV. C. A.g Glee Club.
"Gods in His Heaven.
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Y. VV. A. 1225 Honor Society: Glee Club
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pretty she blushed.:.1gain."
Re-Echo Staff '23g Football
"To be good is to be happy."
Echo '21: Glee Club '23g Shakespeare '233
I-li-Y Secretary-Treasurer '22g President
HHKIVQ can he rule the great who cannot
reach the small."
Y. W. C. A. '22, '233 Entered from Ameri-
cus High School 1923.
"Oh, keep me innocent make others great."
DORO'1 HY SHAVV
Y. W. C. A: Honor Society.
'Sho is '1 blonde tis true
Iikt vshom tlwrc, -we but fowf
' ' ROY SlANlON
.il1'1lO1'iESt mun's the noblest
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"My motto: Care is an enemylto fe.'
K.-XTHRYN DRUMM 1. .
Entered as a. Junior from Chase Count3 ,
High School: Y. VV. C. A.: Shakespeare. '-
"Gentle of speech beneficent of mind. I
SAM TRESSLER il
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Entered as a Senior from Hartford: Hi-Y
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"I dare not be as funny as I can." , 1
MARGARET THOLEN 2 1
Y. VV. C. A. '19g Shakespeare: "NVhiskers": If I
"A Bit of Nonsensen: "Stop Thiefv: A7
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"I would rather sit alone on a pumpkin ' I
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WALTER BUCK 5 ,
Entered from Hutchinson in '22: Shake- I
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- Entered as a Senior from Americus: I
Shakespeare '23' Hi-Y 10. '
Around his heart he gets a p'1in methinks
11e is in loxe again.
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JUANITA 'WALT FR
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YVhere ibnorance is bliss
,lis folly to be wise.
' RUSSEIL DAVIS
.R'1dio Club 23.
I Lount myself in nothin., else so happy
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Seemed warm from floor to cei1in'."
VVAYNE SIMPSON '
"Only my humbleness shall make me
Y. XV. C. A.: Cabinet '22: President Glee
Club '23: Special Glee Club: Re-Echo
Staff '23: "Overall C1ub": Shakespeare.
"Earthfs noblest thing, a woman per-
Y. VV. C. A.: T. B. G. Club.
'tYVOI'kS-HOt men have always been her
Re-Echo Staff '23: Shakespeare.
"And this he bore without abuse
The grand old name of gentleman."
1 '4Every joy is gain,
And gain is gain, however small."
. HOMER MACY
Football '21: Glee Club '21: Shakespeare
"Silence has become his mother tongue."
' DENA SIMMONS
Y. YV. C. A.: Ibsen Club '21: Shakespeare
'22, '23: Honor Society.
"XVho spake no slander nor listened to it."
"That life is long which answers life's
Shakespeare: Y. XV. C. A.: Glee Club: T.
B. G. Club: Public Speaking '20,
"True to her word, her work and her
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. Manager of Re-Echo '235 Echo '20:
. "Uncle Dick's Mistake"g "Her Christmas
Hat": "Spreading the News"g President
. of Junior Class,
f "A man of strong intellect and his hands
are full of business."
' HELEN BATCHELOR
Y. VV. C. A.g Vice-President '23g Shake-
if speare '22g Glee Club '22: Editor of Re-
3 Echo '23: Secretary of Class '23: Radio
7- Club '22g Honor Society: Topeka Y. VV.
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"No better worker in the school
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5: CLASS SUNG
if Tune: There'll Be a Hot Time In The Old Town Tonight.
When you're feeling sad and lonely, ' E.
F And you know not what to do,
2 Come and join the Senior bunch,
Q You never know what they will dog
E We will make this old school famousf
Put our town upon the mapg
Y Come along and bring your pep,
I Q We'll show the freshmen push and snap.
'Q Seniors, Oh! We'l1 make our voices ring,
We'1l all join in, just listen while we singg X
lg We will make things Ihove, Weill let'this old world see
QQ We are the Seniors of Nineteen Twenty-three.
- You can always hear us coming, ' 5
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' For we are the greatest bunch
3 V That ever left Emporia Highg
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' " He's a peppy president, g
'g To our cries to "Keep things moving,"
3' Never is indifferent. -
' In all high school sports we're wonders,
Every athlete is a-star,
Q And the faculty were VlCtlUl.S
1 When our record they would marg
L We have gained just peeks of knowledge.
E , Teachers now are satisfied-3
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1 am the Junior II class Some class although my fellow sister the Senior I
class thinks that she is ihe one and only one
But who would uant to be a Senior I when they must be in my class Some
students like me so well that they stay with me for sometimes, two years They, "Like
th poor we have always with us '
This year I am made up of twenty seven members Fourteen boys and thirteen
girls Poor unlucky girls' Always worrying who must be courteous to the extra boy.
I have never attempted any gieat works of distinction yet I have had some brom-
inence in a number of directions Silvia Neill mv dramatic star IS one of the most
popular members of the class Frank Adams with his cornet and Blenda Stubbs with
her remarkable voice have done much to cheer up E H S
So iallv I have been a bit bashful but I can point with assurance to my "cake
eaters" and Flappermos ' examples are Lawrence Harlan, Claude Wagoner John
Maddern, Ray Overfield, Loren Barnett, Theodore Juenglmg, Lorena McCaw, Vernie
Fisher and Ada Smith
In athletics too, I have won distinction, for what I have lacked in numbers ' Lefty"
Marmont and Slim Campbell have supplied in quallty Warren Jones has done
his bit as a substitute, and Oliver Roberts as cheer leader has lead the school in pep.
As a class I cannot be called a book worm but nevertheless my intellectual at-
tamments have been secure in the hands of Joyce Stubbs, Isa Huntsinger Olive Jen-
nings Alice Fairchild, Lloyd Desklnes, William Loveless, Robert Sutton and George
Newcomber While Holly Mcllvam and Frances McNoWn, with their Titian hair, have
done their part to brighten my class Alme Martin my graceful toe-dancer has taken
part in two plays, IS a member of the Shakespeare club and secretary and treasurer
of my class, and can think when she sets her head to it She has aspirations for Vas-
sar Now do you blame me if "every day in every way I feel prouder and prouder
h t I am the Junior II class?"
'Twas 1n Nlneteen Nineteen September,
Ah' well do we remember
When first we gathered in E H S
Somewhat chagrlned, we will confess
But soon our fears were overcome
And there was always heard a hum
Of merry voices in class rooms all,
And quite as often m the hall.
Now three short years have come and gone
Each filled with glory and renown.
The Honor Roll we have supplied,
Upon our pep they have relied.
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With Zody and Marmont in football art
While Clyde with lusty voice and mein
Led cheer on cheer, again and again
The Y W C. A. claims most of our girl
The Hi-Y our boys, O what a whirl
With glee club, orchestra and band
In which we always have a hand
If you would ever doubt our worth
Just question Sirpless Jackson,'Hurt
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There are none like the Junior E H S
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The Sophomore I's carry the honor of being the largest class in E. H. S., having
an enrollment of one hundred thirty-one students.
b After passing through the joys and trials of our Freshman year, we now stand
at the brink of what we hope will prove a successful career through the Emporia High
Q We have four excellent advisors, Miss Thompson, Miss Wade, Miss Meeker, and
Mr. Bashawg a fine group of officers, Ashel West, president, and Lucille Denny, secre-
tary-treasurerg and many students who show exceptionally good talents in various
As we look into' the future, we see a vision of a class whose members attend the
school and class parties and meetings, who are strong boosters for athletics, and all
school organizations, and last, but not least, which has a large percentage on the Honor
This class may always be found boosting its school along the road to progress to
the heights of glory. Thus our ambition is to do our best for E. H. S. in studies, ath-
letics, spirit, and organizations, that we may always be remembered as a class which
has served its school. '
We all are happy Sophomores
In the year of '23,
Forgetful of 'each other ' '-
. N We will never be. , .
Oh! Sophomore class of E. H.- S.
Proud of our class are we,
4 . Happiest class of E. H. S.
4 We must ever be.
V l Everyone in the Sophomore class
4 Makes it a rule of his life to pass.
Happy, busy, gay and free
Sophomore class of '23.
E We've had happy times together, p V
And our hearts will neverseverg
' ' ' Teachers, friends, and class mates true'
We will always think of you. A
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SOPHOMORE I CLASS
History ofsophomore l Class I
fWith due apology to Caesarj
The Emporia High School is divided into four parts, of which one part is the
Seniors, another the Juniors, yet another the Sophomores and the fourth, the Fresh-
men. All differ among themselves in size, dress and knowledge.
Now of all the classes the members of the Sophomore class, especially the Sopho-
more I's, attract a great deal of attention, this however, being less than that of the
Freshmen class as they have been the fartherest removed from the culture and civiliza-
tion of the Emporia High School. The Sophomore I class, having been organized in
September 1921, Misses Secrest and Whitby, being their sponsors, began to take 'active
part in school life.
In 1922 Mrs. Snyder and Mr. South were added as sponsors.
Many times have the Sophomores met around the camp fire, in various homes or
the gymnasium for a lively frolic. If this were not so, the faculty m-ight have given
them better grades.
Those renowned among the Sophomore I's are: For brilliancy, Joe Dummg for
generalship, Haimer Leeg for curly hair, Dorothy Clogstong for bashfulness, Ted New-
comer, for fighting ability, Joe Cannon, for silence, Clifford Hush, for honesty, Overt
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RICE E. BROWN
A. B., A. M.
Principal High. School
College of Emporia
University of Kansas
Secretary of Board of
ETHEL BROOKS, A. B.
C. U. NICHOLS, M. S.
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University of Chicago
JOHN R. WILLIAMS
Kansas State Teachers'
ALEANOR A. SIRPLESS
A. B., A. M.
University of Kansas
E. MAY HANCOCK, B. S.
Kansas State Teachers'
C.. J. HALL, B. S.
Kansas State Teachers'
R. W. TITUS
A. B., A. M.
Chemistry and Physics
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ALICE RICHARDS, A. B
College of Emporia
LILLIAN WHITBY, A. B.
College of Emporia
JENNY P. DOUGLASS
College of Emporia
Com E. HELD
Kansas State Teachers'
OLINDA A. MEEKER
College of Wooster
NELLIE I. FRENCH
Kansas State Teachers'
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University of Kansas
A. B., A. M.
Dean of Girls
VIRGIL E. HURT
A. B., B. S.
College of Emporia
Kansas State Teachers
T. S. TRIGG, B. S.
Kansas State Teachers
College of Emporia
Study Hall Supervisor
MAUDE JACKSON, A. B.
History and Social
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ETHEL M. IRELAND
Kansas State Teachers'
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ROY FRAZER, A. B.
College of Emporia
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MARY D. SCHMALZRIED
University of Kansas
Blssszs GAY SECRES1'
ANABEL PADDOCK, B. S.
Kansas State Teachers'
College of Emporia
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ALL IN THE STATE OF MIND
If you think you're beaten, you are.
If you think you dare not, you don't.
I If you'd like to win, but think you can't,
It's almost a chinch you won't.
If you think you'll lose, youhre lost,
For out in the world you find
Success begins with a fellow's 'willy
It's all in the state of mind. -
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Lnovn DAVIES FRANK DAVIES
EDNA CHANNELL WILMA GOODALL
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- The coming of Coach Frazer to Emporia High School seems to have been a lucky
strike. His popularity was instant and the boys gave him their best from the start.
The football season opened with an unusually large number of experienced men
and with less'than a month"s practice, the squad walloped Eureka. In the second
game, with Burlington, the squad showed the class 'and form which they sustained
throughout the season.
Of the next three games, Lawrence, Iola, and Abileneg Iola was a walk-away, but
Lawrence and Abilene were real 'tests of Emporia's mettle. .
Our only goose egg of the season was graciously bestowed by Topeka.
Two tied scores were the next on the season's record-Manhattan and our time-
honored enemy, Ottawa. The game with the latter will long be remembered by both
teams, as the muddiest-of the season.
E Our last game was with Marion in which we trimmed them 10-0, getting revenge
for the opening game of 1921. '
- In honor of the brilliant success of the season, the boys were banqueted. . Glenn
Zbdy was elected captain for a start for another 'victorious season of 1923.
The football play, "Stop Thief," was at great success. As a result of its financial
success .the boys .are all wearing new sweaters, trophies of their battles.
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The Emporia High School basket ball squad played eleven league games and five
non-league games in the season of 1923.
After the first four league games, Iola, Baldwin, Garnett and Ottawa, Emporia
took the lead in the league and kept it nearly to the end of the season.
Early in the season Carbaugh's goals had become the most spectacular feature of
the Emporia games. Burlington's guards were the only ones in the league that could
hold him down.
The highest score of the season was made in the return game with Garnett, 44-8,
The two defeats by the league teams were suffered in the return games with Burlington
and Ottawa. It was the latter game that gave Ottawa the lead in the league.
In the tournament at Lawrence, Emporia made a good fight, but went down in
the second series, before the Hutchinson quintet.
Six non-league games were played during the season. The first, with Americus,
was an easy victory, but Manhattan won one of two. Of the three played with Roose-
velt High School, Emporia won the rubber game. P'
The post-season game, the Senior-Faculty game was the one in which all the real
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i ' Q .STARTLING ECHO RESOUNDS THROUGH E. H. S.
' h Eleven long years The Echo has resounded through the corridors of our school and
l through our homes with varying regularity. Eleven long years The Echo has sent back
1 accounts of the daily happenings with varying accuracy. And for several years in-
cluding this, the eleventh year, our Echo has revcrberated not only through our school
Q' and citygbut through high schools, colleges, and universities of our state and other
, states. It has astonished all with a regularity that has caused everyone at the accus-
J tomed time of its recurrence to bend his ear eagerly to catch the accounts of our ath-
' letic feats, the accomplishments of our organizations, our successes, our mistakes, and
j E: our bits of humor, all reported with an accuracy that added many links to our chain
I 5 of memories. '
The Echo is, has been, and always will bc, the staunchest booster of the High
1 F' School for it heralds nothing but helpful and encouraging items about the students
i and teachers. No department is so small nor so uniinporant but some worthy accom-
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N if his fame is ,spread by this wonderful Echo in its unique way of telling "Who's Who
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- In ancient times Echo, the daughter of Earth and Air, pined away heartbroken
until nothing but her voice was left. Thus in our school lifeg our brilliant successes,
, . l . our tragic moments our hours of joy will be gone, things of the past, and all that will
X remain will be The Echo, forever rebounding in the halls of our memories.
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Purser ...-.....-... eerie ..-.. ......... M ARY HUMPHREYS
Recorder ......... ,L---.,,: .... .... 4--- IDA MAYES
STARBOARD WATCHES .V MAINZLTO MEN
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LUCILE CARBAUGH ,-e44--L---Pq-ogmm. Miss S. THog1visoN ,
Esrnmz. Nicxrgm ...la--Student Cozmdil ' - Miss ADAH :WADE
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The,'Y. W. C. A. started its eighthlyear voyage last September and expects to
reach by May. " ' - Q,
The 'object-of the voyage has both lplea,,su're and service. The special features
were: The Christmas ,Party for Childrengthe Hi-Y-Y. W. C. A. parties, the Mother-
Daughter dinner. In April three girls initiated the Council Grove club. Twenty girls
put on a demonstration of the membership recognition service for the training course
given by the National Board of the Y. W. C. A. for..College girls. This was repeated
for the City Board. Miss Marjorie Stickney, a Girl Reserve Secretarv. made one visit
to the club. The name GirlfReserve has been addedito 'ouriformer one and forty girls
are working for the G. R. ring. Recently the term program yvas printed and the work
has been completed to make the Emporia Club eligiblefqni the honor list of Standard
Clubs. 1. '- ' .
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- ' ,The Hligh.School Y. M. C. A. is organized to "create, maintain, and extend
throughout the school and community, higher standards of Christian living." With
such an objective, every boy in school should feel it an honor to belong to the organiza-
tion. Every Senior should seek to make the school a better institution before graduat-
ing. Every Junior should realize his responsibility in elevating and maintaining the
ideals of the school., Every Sophomore and Freshman should early adopt a program
Q' of four-foldtdevelopment with increasing emphasis on character building. It is for the
4 promotionnof theseideals that the High School Y. M. C. A. stands.
' The past year has been a successful one for the Club. During the first semester,
I Bible study, and discussion of boys' problems filled the program, while "Eats" once
1 5 each week anda joint meeting with the Y. W. C. A. provided social times. During the
gl second semester, the boys entered actively into the evangelistic campaign and were re-
fl I warded by seeing a large number of the E. H. S. boys "hit the sawdust trail." Follow-
' ing this, two Bible study groups were organized under the leadership of Mr. Paxton
and Judge Richardson-two of the leading business men of Emporia. The fellowship
"Eats".werecontinued and a second social meeting was held with the Y. W. C. A.
Several boys are planning to attend-the Hi-Y Camp at Camp Wood.
The officers for this year and next are: f
Dale Scheel--l -------------------- President --------------- Leland Richardson
Clyde 1Me1-ideth ....... Q ......... Vice-President ...------------..-.. Joe Dumm
Hagi-old Endley .... Q ............. Secretary -----.-- --------- C lyde Merideth
Leland Richardson-H ---T4-ea,s1m-e-r--- ---. Donald Sellers
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Echo a success. We have made many mistakes but perhaps you who read these lines
would not criitcize us so harshly if you realized what a big task it is to put out an
annual that everybody likes. - ,
There are others whose names do not appear on our staff who have done much to
make it a success. Miss Luce has given much advice and help to the art editors. Sarah
Thomas and Edward Ryan have also helped with the art work. Hazel Trowbridge .has
helped a great deal in gathering material for the annual. Ellen Nielsen, 'Edna' McClure,
Lucile Marks and Anna Jacobs have helped by typewriting material for us. p
We appreciate the help Mr. Chase has given us in mounting pictures and in the
art work on the panels and picture pages. ..
W With all these helping we could still have done very littleif it .had-not been'for
the assistance and encouragement given us by our faculty advisers. ,Miss Held and
Miss Douglass have given much time and thought in working out ltliedetails of the
book and everything has reverted back to Mr. Titus who has been our general manager.
We are deeply grateful to all these who have so willingly cooperated withius and
we hope our readers will not be disappointed in our efforts. T
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-There are 147 members in the Shakespeare Club. The officers for the year '23
are: , l
' C f Lnoyn 4Hs1zsHBEnGEn ' --....-..-.. -----.-.-.. A President
' " CLYDE. MEREDITH .----.-..-.-- --- Vice-President
jRmHARn DRAKE ......... -.... T freasud-eo'
.. CHARLES 'MOHLER ...-..-. -..... T reasugnea'
j ,WINIFRED BRATTON --e ..... Q .------- Secretary
MISS SECREST --.-.----- - .--.-....-..-..--. Faculty Adfviser
. A The first meeting was held in the auditorium September 19, 1922. The Club met
every other Tuesday at 2:45 in the auditorium. Miss Secrest was thendirector and
sponsor of the Club. In November, two sketches were given. one entitled "The Wrong
Package," and the other, "The Overall Club." Members of the Club were chosen for
the casts. ln December a two-act play was given called "Three Girls From School."
In January the annual Shakespeare Club play was given. A three-act farce entitled
"The Wrong Mister Wright," written by George Broadhurst. The cast of -characters
was: H f .
Seymour Sites, who assumes the name of Mr. Wright ..-. Clyde Meredith
Wayland Clingstone, one of the boys of long ago ..-----.-. Carl Berg
E Frederick Bonds, Sites' nephew -..------.---.-- Q---Samuel Tressler
Captain Crosby ...------ .- -...-------- ----------. L -- Leo Denny
Lord Brazenface, from the old country--- -...-.-.- 4---Paul Hunt
Front, who runs the hotel ...-.......---------- L ---- Frank Furman '
David Clews, a fearless detective ----. .------ L loyd Hershberger
Policeman ...-..-..--.-..---- --- Leland Richardson
Policeman -.--.----.-.---.---.- ------. P hilip 'Hughes
' Julia Bondts,:Sites' niece --------- --..-- - ------ A lice McCue
, .Tillie Bird, Miss Bonds' maid ----..--.--..----------- Aline Martin
2 .Arabella Clingstone, and unappropriated angel --,... Winifred Bratton '
1 4 A H Henrietta Oliver, a "fin de siecle" detective" -----.-- Florence Hensley
On 'February 26 a sketch entitled "Spreading the News" was given in the auditor-
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The year rolled round ard the fans of the football field gathered again at the
festive board of the Annual Football Banquet held in honor of the football squad of
Emporia High School on December 12, 1922, in the High School building. The decora-
tions were carried out in Christmas red and green. The menu cards and place cards
were illustrated with cuts of football scenes.
The dinner was prepared and served by girls of the Domestic Science classes, di-
rected by Miss E.. May Hancock. -
Oliver Roberts, cheer leader, was toastmaster. The program was opened with
the song, "Fight on Emporia," by the fans. The following toasts were given: "Kick-
off," Captain Glenn Campbell, but-the Captain had previously gone to a foreign city
and didn't catch the home-coming train, four captain who could always catch the un-
certain pigskin ball but couldn't catch the scheduled trainlj and wasn't at the dinner
His place was ci edltably filled by Claude Arnold Line Plunge Llovd Hershberger
Fo1wa1d Pass, by Leo Denny Touchdown, ' Kenneth Carbaugh Try for Points
Coach Roy Frazel The Ties Miss Gertiude Smalley Miss Floline Richards sang
In Italy and You ln a Gondola, with the piano accompaniment by Miss Dorothy
Hyde The High School song Hall to the Red and Black ' by the guests closed the
The guests of honor were Robert Hatcher Hairy Thomas Lanson Mayes Glenn
Zody Edward Hutton, Kenneth Carbaugh Frank Latt1n Mlchael Drake, Glenn Camp
bell Call Maimont Everett Fish Leo Denny Lloyd Hershbergei Warren Jones, Lee
Davis Leslie Horn, Robert Smith Claude Arnold, members of the football squad Rov
Frazer, coach and Mls Frazer Olu er Robeits and Ch de Meudeth, cheer leaders
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FOR THE YEAR OF '23 in thelgym. ,
L . 1'-" Sept. 22-Today the announcements ji
Calendar said for the Senior I's to quietly fi
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. I Sept. 11.1 enrolled today- -fNuff bring then- pencils to the auditor-A
ii I Sed.77 ium at 12:15. How come.pencils ' ,,QN
2: Sept. 12-I got an unexcused tardy are nolsyli i '
today. I don't carey I wasn't the Sept- 30'-H1PvH1P-H00'RaY . ' i
only one. Gee! ain't Mr. Brown E- H- S- 34"Eu1'eka 0 A " 5
3' gruff?? Oct. 3-I got an unexcused 'absence A '
'X Sept. 13-More igardies. I guess many today cause I wasn't in my' right
Q I were called, but few got up. chapel seat. - 'i 4'
- Sept. 18-Miss Schmalzried told us to Oct. 4-I met at the northeast door
Q write a five hundred word theme, at 3:30 sharp 'today so I could go
and the Y. W. girls were selling on the Fr. I picnic. '
.Q theme paper today in the lower Oct. 5-Couldn't go to school today.
' corridor, Ma alway said one I was sick from the picnic. i
'thing called for anotherp . Oct. 7--Burlington H. S. Tee! Hee!
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Oct. 11-Today the Y. W. girls went Keeplng Falth
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Oct. 12-I saw Loyette Neff gging keep czustomsssuismgm tldggptldgighmtvitli
down town third hour for some them'
aspirins today. I ask her what People do not expect something for
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Oct. 13-I took the Ford down 8x met P age
the L9fWTenCe team today- Some Wife are trying to attract a big vol-
team! iL'i2?C1.0f...'?.'iEn.?5t 332 23Sei'Yif'g' it'
Oct, 14-some team!!! Slyveiciood value and to Sentselgxiehli
E. H. S. 10-Lawrence 7 ' ' N '
Oct' 15-I hear yo? can pay. for your That is our standard and any help
football tickets ln the 0ff1Ce today. Rigtizlligy bcemiigzelitus in rmaintain-
cm. 17-I found 9. Shakespeare club 0... ,,,,,,,Y.,,,.S, 013.0 ,25t,f2j5giCf,iP1,fgf
meeting in the auditorium today Service will be Hvvlfvlated-
Oc? 18-"Ain't that nice?" Office C
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Oct. 23-I Went to the first number
of the Entertainment Course to- Stores ill '
night. The Cambrea Concert Com- Elllporia, Independence, Eureka
, Oct. 2.4-I found my chapel seat at
Sth and Com 1' Phone 1455 the close of hr. 3 today.
Emporia State Bank Oct. Q7-The E. H. S. eleven wene
Barber again the modest victors today at
New Management E. H. S. 13-Abilene 0'
WILLIAMS 8a JAMES, Props. Oct. 31-The Seniors ordered their
' , rings today. Say I su ' h I
We Feature First Class Service belonged to this Sr. clasge Wls
Child'ren's Hair-Cutting and T I '
Hair-Bobbiug Aon. 1-For the second time the Sr.
Emporia., Kansas I's postpone their steak roast. Ma
always says If at first you don't
succeed try, try, again."
, Nov. 2-Shakespeare meetings aren't
hard to find about 2:45 on Tues-
days in the auditorium.
M Nov. 3-We gathered around the
stage for chapel today at the close
. of hr. 3.
Nov. 4-Tears! Tears! from the
depth of divine despair.
E. H. S. 0-Topeka 24
22 West Sixth Phone 229 Nov. 6-At last the Senior I's suc-
ceed. They had a steak roast to-
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THE RIGHT THINGS FOR THE YOUNG MAN
Hart, Schaffner 6: Marx andsociety Brand
Clothes for Men and Young Men
Cur Specialty-Suits with 2 Pair of Trousers
501 Commercial Street Emporia Northwest Corner of Fifth Ave.
day at Horseshoe Bend Two b1g
thlngs happened Wallace Mc-
Cown convmced them all that Dar-
vsm was rlght 81, Mr Tltus took It
upon hlmself to show everyone
Just exactly how to stand up Sz :fall
down w1th no exertlon whatever
Nov 7 I went to the Shxkespeare
Club play tomght "The Wrong
No: 8 The Junlor I s slgned up 1n
Mr Hurts room today for a hay
lack rxde Frlday
Nov 11 We want the Manhattan
gnls to feel at home so step rlght
up Spud-dont be bashful
Nov 15 Second number on lecture
course was tomght "Cappy
Nov 17 Ats all r1ght gang
E H S 6 Ottawa 6
ov 22 Chapel Sz thlrd number on
the entertalnment coulse Glenn
L Morrxs gave a sc1ent1f1c lecture.
L1ggett s Chocolates
Parker F ounta1n Pens
High School Students' Headquartels
Store No. 1-- 603 Commercial Street
Store No. 2- 503 Commercial Street
Store No. 1101 Commercial Street
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Temporarily located in the Lesh Shoe Store.
When the Citizens Bank Building is completed
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COME IN AND SEE US
NEW PROCESS LAUNDRY
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Your Patronage Respectfully Solicitecl
Nov 24 Pep Chapel today at close
of hr 3
Nov 25 Go get a steam yacht go
get a boat,
We got Marion s nanny goat.
F H S 10-MRTIOHO
Nov 29 Why is Dick Drake so anx-
ious to recover his black loose-leaf
Dec 4 Report cards are out
Dec 5 Chapel at the close of 3rd
Der 6 I went to hear the Grosjean
Marimba Xylophon Co tonight.
Dec 7 The Juniors are going to
have their pictures in the Annual.
Dec 11 I saw a little 10 cent play
in the Auditorium today entitled
Three Girls From School!
Doesnt Mary Anna Hilton look
tall m a long dress'7
ner tonight The dinner was great
but it was worth the price of it to
hear Leo Denny and Lloyd Hersh-
For Ice, Coal or D1st1lled
Emporia Ice 6: Cold
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Presciiptions Penslar Remedies
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Dr. Frank Foncannon Dr. Clyde Wilson
Physician and Surgeon Emporia. State Bank Building
s Strand Theater Bldg, Phone 46 Emporia, Kansas E
Drs. Trimble 81 Granger u
Dr. L. E. I-larrls
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office: Strand Theater Building ,
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Phone 737 Q 705 Comm Phone 871 507 Comnmerclal St.
Dr. 1VI.T. Capps M. Parrington, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Physician
Phone 5885 Office 621 Com'1. 703 Cornmercial St. Phone 505
Harry W. Everett O. Corbett
Dentist Physician and Surgeon
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Dec. 19-No one is working except ,
the' football play cast. ' A Y
Dec. 20-Again I hunt for my chapel Cleaners, Dyers and
seat at the close oghour 3 today. ors
Dec. 22-Vacation and a Merry, Mer-
fy Christmas' . ELMER COOPER, P1-opr.
Jan. 1eHappy Newf'Year.s '
Jan. 2-7Back to work again-I' mean 708 Commercial Phone N0- 615
'Back QQKSCh00l- Emporia, Kansas
Jan. 343511 Working, ' V -
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E- H- 39fAmemuS.3 2 Everything in Students
Jan. S-Shakespeare Club 'today at V
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today44fou1- boys in a quartette e
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A most complete line of building ma 1 rial
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Jan. 12-Iola 10-E. H. S. 26--at Jan. 22-Andy Gump, Min, and little
Iola 'Chester visited chapel today and
Jan- 13-13, H.,S, 59..Ba1dWin 11. boosted the '23 Annual. It seems
Jan. 18-The football play was to- to me that with the Senior Class
night, it sure was keen, but just of ?3 thi Annual ethey put out
wait until you see the Senior play. :Lon tl 38:0 ji: thzoizlllia :Ht we
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with Baldwin. . ' - :
E, H, S, 23...BaldWin 18. . Jan. 24-R. H. S. 20+E. H.'S. 40.
. Jan. 20-At Garnett with Garnett. uAtta BOY. Leftyy, '
E. H. S. 31-Garnett 14. Jan. 27-Ottawa 5-E. H. S. 27.
FiH5jjj!HWl'l'l'l"l" Illllllllllmw Fifty-six years ago Theodore Poehler started a will illlllwf .2111S151I,f
qlflii kw x ,q1ll1'My3gi1lQQl' wholesale grocery business in Lawrence, Kansas. His 'fx Q-'N NN ,qfwllll
idea of good merchandising embraced three essential
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Good Service-High Quality-Reasonable Prices
To this day the Theodore Poehler Mercantile Company has adhered steadfastly
to these prinicples and, with the growth and enlargement of its business, it
will continue to adhere to them.
Our products are marked under three brands:
Pom-ILER KING fFancyJ
, TEE.-PEE fExtra Standard?
SUNBURST fExtra Standardl
' l 'he Theo. Poehler Merc. Co.
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Jmz 29 Monday of the new term
Feb 2 Burhngton 10 E H S 34
Feb 3 Manhattan 13 E H S 18
Feb 5 I went to chapel nothin
Read It and weep'
Feb 9 Ottawa 24 E H S 16
Ats all rlght gang'
Feb 10 Garnett 8 E H S 44
Ats the old flght gang
Feb 13 Hlgh School lecture course
tonzght Edna Means a reader,
gee It sure was a fme program
Feb 14 I had to hunt my chapel
seat at the close of hour 3 to
day After I'd run three people
out of It I flnally found It
Feb 14 Burlmgton 19 E H S 10
Feb 19 Lawrence 29 E H S 33
Atta Boy Dmg'
Feb 22 All the Hlgh School met mn
the gym and went over to the
Hemstltchlug Pleat ng
Buttons Made to Order
10 E 6th Ave Phone 565
5 1 9 Commel mal
Excluswe snappy Jewelly deslgus
are found hele
We catel to the one who cares
SPECIAL ORDER WORK
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YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN,
Of the Class of 1923 of E. H. S
Commencement day means to you the commencement of your active
days of real work in life
A good way to commence a successful business career is to start a Savings
Account Add to it regularly from your earnings.
We Encouxage You-We Help You+to save! Begin Now.
THE CITIZENS NATIONAL' BANK
THE BANK THAT IS FRIENDLY TO YOUNG FOLKS
Tabernacle m a body
Feb 23 Manhattan 9 E H. S. 31.
Stay right m there Slim." 6?
Feb 26-I went to a llttle play in the
Audltorlum g1ven by the Shake-
speare Club and lt was called
'Spreading the News and believe
me Leo Denny and Walter Buck
sure spread lt
Feb 28 R H S played E H. S. on
the E H S court, result-
24 E H S
ll ao 3 Iola at the H S court also.
Mm' 5 The basket ball tournament
Mar We played Barclay this aft-
E H S 54 Barclay 2
The Grocery Where
uallty 1S Foremost
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And we Walked all over Toronto
tonight Score E H S 68-Tor-
Mao 10 Hartford 7 E H S. 32.
Mm 10 We were defeated in a
heart breaklng tear starting game
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F or Good Home Cooked Food and Sodas
Come to the
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with Roosevelt this afternoon. z
Score, H. S. 12-R. H. S. 24. M- R- SMITH A. H- SMITH
Mao-. 10+Three basket ball games in President Manager
one day is hardly more than I can
imagine but nevertheless we de-
feated Marion tonight. -
Score, Marion 19-E. H. S. 26. .
1iIIl'l'. 12-Report cards are out. The Sl'I1lti'1 Lumber CO.
Mmr. 13-Everyone is resting now , X .
from the strenuous Strain of the Comer Sixth and Constitution
last two weeks work. They'11 all A
start working REAL hard about
that time next six. LUMBER, BUILDING
Mar. 14-We had several numbers by
the Orchestra and Victor Buck MATERIAL and COAL
sang some solos at chapel this
TYl01'HiHg- A Large Stock Good Grades
Mar. 16-The Senior girls decided to
wear white dresses for Commence-
ment this year. Wayne Simpson
seemed to think his presence neces-
sary also- Telephone 39
Mar. 19-The Re-Echo Staff had a
meeting today. That Annual is ElUD0l'iH Kansas
going to be the best Annual put
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'Agents for Martha Washington end '
Park and Tilford Candies. ti 5 E DRUGGTSTS
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i' Mm-. 22-I hope the Senior II's have Good Thlngs to Eat
X- ' better luck in planning this hike
than one before. What will Mr.
" Titus do at this one in the way of S' I l
entertaining? We can expect any-
thing of Wallace McCown.
' Mar. 23-Will wonders never cease? . '
' 1 Paul Hunt learned to really Work R E I
a Chemistry problem by himself.
Mao-. 26-Monday-nothing doin'.
Mar. 27-Gee, time sure is racing by,
' only eight more weeks of school.
April 2-At the close of hour three I '
b listened to Miss Maurine Smith Fancy and Staple
sing,- accompanied by Miss Marie .
, Pierson. Glenn Truax played sev- GTOCCYICS
N eral solos on a new kind of an in- Q
' strument and Mr. Lowther and W '
Mr. Peach spoke on the Junior '
l High School Bonds. , '
-f April 4-Senior Play try-out. I wish I
" I could try out cause this bunch of S' .W LSON 85 SON
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MEN "S TAILOR
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Seniors sure is 'going to have a
A pfril 6-Everybody has received their
flunking notices and there is much
wailing and gnashing of teeth.
April 9-Ten commandments-Wah
ter Buck-Ask Miss Ice.
April 12-Thursday the Seniors had
a meeting to make plans for the
Faculty-Senior basket ball game
tomorrow night. 1
April 13-Friday-13th. Can you
beat it? It certainly proved un-
lucky for the Faculty 'cause the
Seniors' sure walked all over them
in spite of Phil Hughes' efforts
Score, Seniors 41-fFaculty 12.
April 16-Report cards out-to be re-
turned Wed. properly signed-etc.
April 17-Senior play practice starts.
April 23--Seems like Saturday and
Sunday pass quicker than any
other days in the week.
May 4-Everyone is so busy they do
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This shop of individual service bids you welcome to look at all times
not have time for anything.
May 9-Chapel-nothing worth men-
May 15-It is rumored that all
Senior cases will be given a large
candy heart the last day of school.
I wondered Why Dick Drake 8x Peg
Weaver were becoming so thick.
Ditto with several others.
May 19-Sr. Chapel. ,
May 20-The Seniors gather together
to hear a Sermon 'specially for'
them. Baccalaureate Sunday.
May 22--Senior play "The School-
mistressf' If I could think of
things nice enough to say about it,
I'd write 'em.
May 25-Commencement. Gee! 'I
sure hate to see this Senior class
of '23 leave. This old high school
is losing the happiest, noisest, pep-
piest, best bunch of Seniors it ever
had or ever will have. Fifteen
"Rahs!" for the Seniors of 523.
shows you in charac
teristic expression and
a natural pose
' your best. Our abil
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assures the' success of
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FIRST CLASS WORK QUICK SERVICE
With 55.00 worth of dry cleaning you are ,
entitled to one photograph "Free"
Phone 5 821 Commercial ,
FLOYD BROOKS, Manager
Mrs. Carl Ballweg
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CAST OF CHARACTERS
King fwhose word is law when he can make himself heardj --. .--......... Leo Denny
Countess fever anxious about her childrenj ------..---------- -.-- M iss Douglass
He'rH'am fthe hero of manyj -- ........... .. -.... --- .... Don Anderson
Helena fforevcr his slavel ----------.-..-- ..--.---.--- H elen Batchelor
Diana. fthe delayed treasurerj--- L .-..--.-.. .--.-----.--. A lice McCue
Jester ------ -. ------.------.. ....-.......-.. K ennetli Carbaugh
Lafeu lready with advice! --.- ..-..-....-..-..-.. M r. Titus
King: fAbove din and clamor of the courtl Come along here. I've no time to monkey.
Lend me your ears. '
Countess: Bertram, your father was ever virtuous and his life should hold good in-
spiration for you. Display your courtesy. .
Bertram: I am to learn.
Lafen: Silence reign for one brief instant. Expose your affairs.
King: By my troth, my little body is aweary of this great task.
Jester: And were your tasks no greater than your body is little, in sooth, I say it
could not make you sad yet you: say it makes you tired.
King: I-lush, fool! Now listen all. Important business comes before us all. As is
the custom we must remind ourselves of our past years and have a real class
Bert-ram: Ah! something quite exciting, sir.
Ladies: Yes, yes sir.' '
Helena: It must -be real original, displaying great wisdom and great wit.
J ester: A holiday,'let's cut classes. ' '
King: fin raised voicel There should be a chapel to cap off the day.
Countess: Yes, each one willing could do his part and our talent and ability will
-aid us. l '
Helena! A speech from Bertram would be quite the thing. .
Befrtfram: Pm' really out of practice, but of course if you all-
King: ' flouderl Order! I crave silence so that we may hear each other speak.
Lafen: A few could match their wits and plan. A committee should be named.
King: Who would attempt to 'carry out thisschelne?
Jester: In sooth, you bet I will, my lord.
B6'l'f?'ll,'HLf And I, I crave the job. '
Ladies: Yes, yes, we 'also.
King: Qpounding on tablel A summons will be sent to those who are to serve.
Bertram: I wish this bit of information. I greatly need and wish to know if any
will lend to me a copy of Dickens's Oliver Twist.
Helena: Is that the latest book out?
J ester: Sl1e's yery literary. '
King: Last meeting the great Bertram was charged to obtain a warning to all Sen-
iors. He will deliver it now. '
Bertram: fconfusedj I have it not sir. I-
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Helena: My lord, read this.
Bertram: freadingl . .
TEN LITTLE SENIORS
. Ten little seniors standing in line '
. One flunked in chemistry, then there were nine.
Nine little seniors playing with fate
One lost his physics book, then there were eight.
I Eight little seniors hoping for heaven,
1 One couldn't remember dates, then, there were seven.
I Seven little seniors ingan awful fix '
5 One stood up and took the blame, then there, were six.
' Six little seniors very much alive
I One didn't know grammar, then there were five. I
Five little seniors wishing there were more
l One got stuck in Caesar, then there were four.
5 Four little seniors went on a spree
One stayed up too late, then there were three.
Three little seniors with nothing to do
3 One got lazy, and then there were two.
, Two little seniors, not no more fun
1 ' One got chicken-pox, then there was one.
' One little senior crying all alone
His playmates have left him, he wants to go home.
Lofen: A worthy bit of advice. Take heed. E
Atl: That we will. .
' King: But enough of this. Our treasury in most surprising condition is. An ac-
,count is demanded. -
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H elemz: She is prevented from appearing. -The time was set but now is passed. I
know not where our treasurer is. - .
King: Fool, get thee gone and bring her here.
1 fExit Jester-re-enter immediately with Dianal .
Jester: Behold here ! I did not fail. . . . .
Diana: Sir, I humbly do desire your grace of pardon for I was far distant in my
' X Ford., The dark clouds came, the rain appeared and I was in. mud, stepped in
, so far that should-I go no more, returning were as tedious as go o'er. V
Bertrrzon: Here! Here! But just account for your accounts. Our earsawait the
delayed records of our gold. A A - 4. ' ' .
Diana: I have it here. My lord, behold. ' .
King: What is this which I see before my eyes, it is a phantom of some wealthy rulf-
er's book. I do hold that we are well paid and should therefore be. well satisfied
with our finances. V r , -
Diana.: 'Tis true, we find in our chest thirty-seven dollars. '
Jester: Marry, marry by the sweet power of gold, eats we will have and such a class
day. l . E
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Ki-ng: Nay, nay a timely message from Mr. Brown has saVed'us.from a dreadful I ' Q
blunder. . , '
Jester: A fight, a fight, my kingdom for an old fashioned class fight. ' Life is not
what it used to be. , ' .
Lafen: Disorder must be prevented. Let us discontinue our discussions and begone.
King: We will adjourn but I desire to meet the boys-well after the girls have gone.
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My dlploma what does It mean to me to you fellow Semor, for my dlploma means
your d1ploma" F1gurat1vely speaklng, It IS that blt of parchment glven to each one
f us as evidence that we have run the race and have flnlshed the course
In future years when I look at my dlploma what wxll lt represent to me'7 What
wlll xt recall to my mlhdo When I plck lt up and look 11. over among my lflrst thoughts
wlll be remembrances of my I-Ilgh School days
REVIPXVIHQ' one of these days ln mv mlnd, I w1ll be lemmded of the way m whlch
the school day began Wlth a hurry nd a rush to get to school Then, oniarrivmg at
school of hearmg Mr Brown's voxce echolng down the corrldor m h1s regular mormng
call, "Hurry up folks lnto your class rooms lts nearly tlme for the bell KTh1s sounded
funny to me 1f I had plenty of tlme, but lf I was late I thought, ' Oh' What a useless
waste of t1me to go to the office now I thmk perhaps I felt somewhat llke the 11 1
boy, who flve mmutes after the tardy Bell had sounded was seen by the pr1nc1pal
scampermg toward the flrst grade room The p11nc1pal called out, Come here young
man I want to speak to you But the httle boy rushed on, and breathlessly replled
A1n't got t m to t lk to you now I'm l t enoughlalready '
As the school day progresses ln mv mlnd s eye I w1ll remembel some of the happy
tlmeS I had 1n school as well as some of the sadder moments Most especlally w1ll I
remember that traglcal hour when I nearly falled ln Chemxstry
I wlll remember the nolse and confuslon of the perlod between classes the notes
exchanged and the llttle chats at my locker whlch were often xnterrupted by Iur
I w1ll remember some of the happy frxendshlps formed, often developlng 1nto
cases and I belxeve several hfr- tlme contracts have been sxgned as a result Of Hxgh
School days toget er
Todav My dlploma serves as lr mtroductlon to my future work Wlthout It I
would be unable to secure ctrtaln ku ds of employment whlch I mlght deslre to obtaln
It mtroduces me to a better hfe, one that I wlll enjoy to a greater degree than the one
I would have enJoyed had I not 1ece1ved lt Although the obtanung of my dxploma has
cost me many hours of hard work and study I have enJoyed those hours and I would
not recall them from my l1fe, under any cons1de1at1o11
And now, perhaps the greatest thlng th t my dlploma w1l1 remmd me of w1ll ze
call to my mlnd our Semor year wlth 1t1 events of hlkes IJICIIICS the Semor Play, the
Commencement Exercxses 'md the Semor Banuuet of tomght
'lhe Qemor Banquet of the Class of 1923 wxll be one of the brlght spots 1n my
memory all of my lxfe and I 1n behalf of the qemor II s wlsh to extend our thanks and
gratltude to you the Semor I s, for the honor and vselcome so cordially extended to us
Although greater receptxons may be glven ln our honor, I thmk ln recallmg those re
ceptlons the Qemor Banquet of the Class of 1923 will rank flrst due to the happy tlme
Agam accept ou1 thanks and appreclatlon for the long to be remembered 'Senlor
Banquet of 1093
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