Emporia High School - Re Echo Yearbook (Emporia, KS)

 - Class of 1926

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" -iw.. ..:m"'l .. ms. ..n:f:1-:ff-3f"1i52G2Sm'fa':s:-5522: Hsszzlifnififs, . Page 2 i -gee f tdse a ' i" ""' ill ftgn-'M g il W 'M ' a l -. .. 7? I 5 Y :. . V' ,, Ii: 3' A W ' 'E X. It is the design of this book to catch and mirror all the remembrances o f our high, school life. May We never for- get the days in which We have found a purpose and steadfastly. worked to attain our goal. fIn L this particular has the high school life of each of us resembled the lives of the great men of our countries past. 'v ,-,.- I . rl will J ' r X 1,14-L f 7 x ff! N . . 4 x J I 3iLe'ff,,?gf- I i Milli' ll WW! 2 Nfl N W YE , kvf 1 . .. PV Vl1's.f!N ' -" , gEQjff'f'fEf:,:lfg MS EE. , rf Hi-E-agrf:-.L..f tan- is 1-rg xg S ., "eff,-r r E' -' J ix YQ' -ix , -'IK J i , -9-X -.L-+I. 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Bvhtraitnn Page 5 W :Y r,:"' :H A '4. 1 " W , ,-:.. 49 u nh,j:g,--- iii! xx ,1...- wi - ,- -::: 31 '.7- ,........-1-...-1-. ,SENIOR HIGH I I 5 Classes Athletics X 'f"g'X "IMS ,-,...1, Faculty ,uf I 5 - I ,fx3r'l:ff,,:573"f JUNIOR HIGH tx, I 'I fn' QW E Classes. and Activities LK Faculty ' ' ,r,:?'?fI1" wiv ffl 'if 9 Eff? FEATURES X Board of Educa- W tion U lxxi, f Snapshots Calendar and EZEQQEIT' ', Pwphecy tt, 'fp ff Advertisements 'W 3 V .- .-ta In X mg :-X '- g ems Av 73 I-5 11,53 time if 'Nfl ipviiizafti 5 I 55. , ' 55764, I X ,ajffllf E'-L52 -,f fri? -iA1I. 6 fy ,. :T-5fI" fH.'1,xlw' -fi-'vj', ,H-'ff 5? 7' fTS,fj:..i.g,.z31-.A A Vgij- 'jf -fr" g,,j,'3gm4 -,-,j.ff'.flu,'ffff1.f,'5 'tr I I1 ee e f I ette eeeee ,eagafv - -'31fl'Ql, g5f'i t-. 2gi3g7'f"',1I ffffigfifx ' Page 6 Senior Wi h Page HG "ai M ' X Ufzstory of the Senior Ggflgh The iirst high school to be built in Emporia 1 1 - C33 - :P ,3 o f ?f-0. u ' ' ' GNN'-fa 4-lr'-o was known as the old stone building situated on the northeast corner of the present Senior high school block. In 1880 a brick building was built in the center of the block and the old structure was turned over to the use of the grades. This building was known as the Garfield building. It was about sixty feet square, containing eight rooms and a large bell tower and bell. The building was re- modeled and enlarged about 1893. There were six teachers and the first graduating classes contained from ten to twelve people, most of Whom were girls. The Garfield building was replaced in 1914 by the present Senior high school, one of the finest in the state. When this building was built the bell that hung in the Garfield building was rescued by the alumni and students and made into the monu- ment that now stands southeast of the high school building. The material used in making the monu- ment was taken from the Garfield building. The Senior high school building is modern, and well equipped, having forty rooms, a gymnasium and an auditorium with a seating capacity of nine hundred. . The faculty of the high school now consists of thirty-two members. Three separate courses are offered: the College Preparatory, General, and Com- mercial. These cover a standard curriculum, and in addition the high school offers special training in public speaking, dramatics, art work, music ap- preciation, harmony, printing, household arts and manual training, and other special subjects. Classes are devoted to the band, orchestra and glee clubs. This year the building is occupied by three upper classes, since the ninth grade is included in the Junior high school. There are about seven hun- dred students enrolled in 'the Senior high, and the graduating classes of 1926 has one hundred sixty- six members. - mpg M 0 ffm: Smlf w 9 i E-+..,,. , A ' L4 920 if , 14 - -, .. .' E ,, '41 WW :l1!'?FfQ ,:fA" J aaiiaf S ,P2'NNWx :9 If, ix lQ7i-im 'WED W A J f E Glasszs 5 Page 9 Page 10 K , Ai- ,ak L ,Q A-,f lei , - , f, , ' if "K , ' X' x I' 'Q 1241, wa 'ig' 1, Q ' - -:am--'L A , -apr.:-.1-:eu 1-.-::-.v-:-'.::- gifri g-u :Hz-zz A. 4, ' 4' mf,-gsgg: 'X - sg-e ' 1 , X A -5, ..w.-.'::.-4. Y-W-I f:f:..:'.-an-x. ,f - :::::':::::1-::: -,A 65 fm: ig., .:.a. 1-.-J.. T, A ' yy ufxil.-:.n.:2. .R :f. ....!:. ,fe .L ' X xl ' k'si3 A "QQ, X A 1,',,Q,fX si" rig, 5,1451 FRANCIS GERARDY JAY THOMSON lle likes to play tennis as a rule, Jay has worked hard for E. H. S., I For pastime when not in school. In Re-Echo, Hi-Y, and all the rest. , Football, '25, "The Flower Shop," Echo, '22, '23, Hi-Y, '22, '23, '24, '25, "The Arrow Maker." Re-Echo, '25, Oratorical Contest, '24, '25, '26, Honor Society, "The 1 Arrow Maker." EDNA SMi'1'H ' Q 1 Iiclml Smith is cute and sweet, VIRGINIA DRISKELL And we'll say she's hard to beat. Vilhen Virginia came to old Em.-Hi, . ' It Was Hami1ton's l ss t tell h r od- Glee Club, '26, Girl Reserves, '25, '26, byg, 0 0 6 go Rhythmic Circle, '25, '26, Echo, '26, , . ,O . ,,Winter,S Fantasyf, ,Treasure Glee. Club, 25, gurl Reserves, ...5, Hunters," Honor Society, "The Mlxed Chorus' '6' A k ." ' ' rrow Ma er ROY SMITH 1 Roy, a, printing job can do, F R And he sings in the glee club, too. 'LOYD ESER - Good at writing, not very tall, Glee Club' Eb' 26' , Seldom angry, if at all. HELEN NUTTING She says keep on smilinff, don't tally MARION WILSON And likewise keep swimrtning, don't xvvalk. Marion Vvilson, sweet and snappy, ' e Club 125. Izh thmi Ci 1 125 NVe're quite sure that she'll be happy. CQZEQ G1ee'C1ui, ,239 E650 ,gZ?'Giri , 1 5 1 7 1 Girl Reserves, '24, '25, Boys' Glee Reserves, '25, '26, "Icebound," "A Club Accompanist, '26, Orchestra, Winter's Fantasy," "Treasure '24, UP1Ed Piper of E1fnpor1a," Hunters," Honor Society, "The "Icebound." Arrow Maker." , qu q.5f:3q5:'n-1: G. "l4f"fg5'f iam. "nn My "" '-ZR? Niviiggsv-1.s"Q2g?f.?H::iy-sg?,-g--f,:r:- - -15.31,-,tg eggs-s. ' ' .. , Page 1 1 v 4, 9 X ,- N 1 if 1 WEWWRTJ, Y .I yr, 5 o I M M N NL, , jf X- i ,, , ,ff w , 1. - 1 ff ' A , wr .. wi ' 1 E3 A X4 W" "1-?iQ?'f' 1- L, ".,..,JN wi wi' ff iii ri' i Ui ' .- . ..,., ., ,, , Y 2 I I s lx Q, ii W EUNICE SPEER, CLIFFORD CARR She's of medium height and a blonde, fflifflord Cav is will and Slim' , . And her Word is as good as a bond. Io get far in tennis you haxe to beat him. Girl Reserve, '24, '25, '26, Honor So- Tenms' HPY' Echo' ciety. ALITA DAVIS Shes the jolliest in all the domain 'With Witty remarks entertains. DONALD BRASIER Girl Reserve, 122, '23, '24, '25, Glee 7 7 7 . , Donald is pleasant and so fflub' 22' 2331 34' 25' Estes' In his classes he's never below. GYPSY .ROVGTS Treasure Hunt' ers," Mixed Chorus, '24, '25, '26. MARJORIE CLARK RUPERT PICKETT Anoglgerkof our classmates is Marjorie ar , Rupert f0Ug1f1t. for the Red 2?-Yld U10 Bliivkl X'Ve know in the world she'll make her In school spirit he never will lack. mark. Football, '24, '25, Basketball, '24, '25. Glee Club, '24, '25, '26, Mixed Chorus, '24, '25, '26, Rhythmic Circle, '24, 325, ":I'reasure Hunters," "Gypsy over. ' 1. ' i BERTHA SIERER This is a, girl that we know EVERETT SMITH NVho certainly knows how to sew. We knbW.him-because of his Smiley Glee Club, !22, ,235 Girl Reserves, y22, He keeps lt going all the while. , '23, '24, '25, K Echo, '23, Band, '24. l w J 5 :I-I ,I ,nay ag, Y' . ...- ,.' y".:5.w...:L...', ..-...N -...' -3.35 m,,.a:A,'.Y, .,a:,, e,:..,..,.' --li .Risk ..5. h..., . ...lg ... 9,4 as les? - "F, - ilg ,fr sz 6? , -1' - 25 4 ' Q ig ,, ,N , H-.,, 55,21 in ,.wrEg,x'itf!i'?:e'E-22' .. .11-nf. .,1vmwf5f3zr.-f5ssow:- P cn g e 1 2 . N ,,,X Q., , -Qt VKX if? . -2 A 3 ., .-.Y -.uf----1-M f ,,,, A :Ml-3.0 1 1 .:..r.... .... lf, I if-:ISI-?.hr ... 4. me . Y. T - ' w 1 af f i fi ' f 25 fr f Iv 3- ' . .k we lx 1.12 2, C iffii' 'ff' W "' ' 'wiv' I - ' ji' F' -' f . 21-1223 1 A 1 I I 4 X Ill A-Qi XF , - fi X - ' . -' .5 , "'--1.1 L. ' --. -ffm.-. . fa- A. ,.... . .. ,' v . ... ..... 'sei 'i. a. ' Mgwjx gy' f , FIELDER SPARKS Of subjects he favors not one. His studies to him are just fun. ORMOND PARKIQK He's the type oi' an boy you will find Vwho is always good natured and kind. Orchestra, '24, Band, '25, 526. EILEEN BOMAN Eileen has blue eyes and gold hair, A spirit like her's is quite rare. Girl Reserves, '25, MAYME PINKSTON Mayme is quiet and sweet as can be, She's the kind that we like to see. Glee Club, '25g Rhythmic Circle, '25, ' Girl Reserves, '25, '26, EDWARD RYAN "June" is our artist, tall and strong, He's a prince among the throng. Echo, '24-'25, f'Pied Piper oft Em- poria," Re-Echo, '24-'25, Vice- President of Junior Class, Hi-Y, '22-'23, '24-'25, ERNEST LOCKARD A dear little boy just like you, Is found among only a. few. HOMER HENNING Homer for genius, Henning is too, Some day he'll show us what he can do Echo, '22, Honor Society. LORA SCATES Of all the subjects of hers, For vocation, she music prefers. Glee Club, '22, '25-'26, Mixed Chorus, '26 J. i , . , ,, - , . , , . . H - . ..,, -.w,..,L..,,.,. ..., A ..,,..,,., . .,,, tw, NE, 21. . , ,. .. 5 . melee 1 'HN' .Pri Alf ' A "1" -4 2 -v' - -2- :::. ' '33v5iw': . --":f '-I-'5 S : ' 'Q'-'s:'G- .L ' - ' Qi? ", fo - -- 'iz'-1 :H sb-vw. .rw-:-N 11--fr 1 - sf- - : I S 'fir-:bear A: Page 1 F E, w r 1 N i L. ,. i B i L . 1 , , K N WY, xr .Jsx f " .L V A' , V riff, ji H 6 ,ax 1? ANN rf, ,Xxx wr jfr3.k Y .is f . , , - . .. 1 ...,.. .. ' - 1Si5P!1'i'1 ' , 5 YQKM N s- ' t' J' G , A-s. , Nw.-::.:4. faq- ,,.....-....-A.. f K. ...,r.....l. r-. .R 4, Jl.:..-S-..--.--- fl ..--Yh1--f1- --., 4. I , . f 'Z x -Q-rf ' ft '52 U' f ' xii? X Ki - Y A.. -s..,,, . Am b-.ag T14 MARY FULMER Mary Fulmer so happy and gay, VVhO always a pleasant remark has to say. ' Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25. DONALD CLAWSON Donald Clawson is a studious lad, The kind that dOeSn't depend On "dad.' Honor Society. V , FAYRENE FOWLER A tall dark-eyed girl is Fayrene, Xvith bright winning ways she is seen. Glee Club, '25, '26, Girl Reserves, '25, '26. LOIS COOPER Here's to Lois Cooper with her hair so straight . She Often goes out and stays very late. 'Girl Reserves, '22, '23, '24, '25. M WAYNE SUTTON XVIayne is a good natured boy, To' be with him is surely a joy. MARGARET KEALY YOu've Often seen her in the hall, UThe Flower Shop," She's awfully pretty and not very tall ' Girl Reserves, '23, '24. UNA MAUDE GIST X f Una is always at the head of her class, - And as an artist she's traveling quite fast. DWIGHT GADBERRY A Re-Echo, '26, Scholastic Contest, '25g ' Dwight has hair that is dark and red, Glfl Reserves, '23, ,241 725.9 Rhyth' The girl all envy him we've heard it said. H110 Circle, '26, Honor SOC1ety. 1 . ,I . l I i 5 1 f- ra-'H .. 'ww''vJ1:-iu:mf'N:aur ..., "" V'zawsshwf'af:s':e:1a's:sv:sa-21' . 'AW'fHG'w"'2i1'12'-i' "E:vesiffsl'''42"f:11sY-1-11155:-if-'Qi cf' v' '-"P ,L . 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Girl Reserves, '22, '23, '24, '25, Glee Club, '25, '26, Rhythmic Circle, QPresidentD '25, '26' "Gypsy Rov- er," "Treasure Hunfers,"' "A Win- ter Fantasy," "Pied Piper of Em- poria," Mixed Chorus, '25, '26. OSA HUNT Always jolly and too full of fun, She is fond of a typewriter to run. Glee Club, '22, '23, Echo, '22, Girl Reserves, '21, '22. CHARLES THOLEN "Chuck's" a good sport as we all know, And with the girls he likes to go. Orchestra, '23, '24, '25, '26, HAIMER N. LEE . XVe hear that already married is she, This classmate of ours, Haimer N. Lee. , FLORENCE TRESSLER WINONA ATYE0 This girl with dark hair and dark eyes, V, Y 1s successful in all that she tries. 1393 Yay f0,S0lme Cftfgwege 511121110 Walid, . Il O ITIUSIC lei' 6 I' S W1 811. . Girl Reserves, '22, '23, '24, '25, 7 , , , . Glee Club, 23, 24, 25, 26, Mixed ,. Chorus, '25, '26, "Gypsy Rover," ALFRED KUHLMANN i'Treesure,Hunjsers," Girl Reserves, Alfred Kuhlmann typewriters repairs, 23, 24, ,25v,265, Echo, 239 Or' At his profession he's always there. chestra, 23, 24, 25. , K, 'W' l , Q 5 , gfiffwg 3 , ' M X JNL! 'WU 'TTT' V' 'SASL-".".'?-5 I iff? " , , ' ' wi ' i. fr" N j-,L 'M '. 1' V 113 -A 'Kraft 2 A '5 . f .T f 1 li' . 4. Zan. ,, l 5 'fl1iT' Paige 1 . Y V- 'Ffa 1' X X ' ai' 7,-lM"M" Q' A --A -..,M..,.-2....1"' -... -.,-' +...W W Y. ' V 'ff ' " 'A 1 W WF-ww" 'Y""""T" f 1 Hal u , - , qv . . ff?-911.4-'v ,x'k.3tff?fNv'. t '- , ,, wZf"Q .M -mf ' Sift 1 nf' ii xiii? Q ,fy i4Ry13,2E-ggkjfw 4, -Qu !,,,LI,1?. ,aka WH H .xv,,1.:,-.,,1x l M ,Q.n,9.3i,3 ,fl i H 5. 1 5,55 Q avg, G3 .L 16:3 , 1. rwfc :-in , I v F ' 'f ' .1 -,-y,Q,5,,i,. .4 11 E.,--ppc? '. . N , Q f so .W y. X, .- Q, 1, --1161-'fe 4 w 'web' - - ' K l I Ejtoyxf :QL . ,H?L','f,,,-:..vg3e , J ,J bi.,',.J1Zgx 5' 59 - 1 ,tx , .,.' . M- 1 .,,. - +1 - , . If 'Mr' ""5"'h" Q., . 'fy -f . - X' ,--fx 'ev ' 4 l f' wwgsfsyw AW. ,JN J lx-3-Na 'H we 1 I l MYRTLE PETTY FLOYD PETTYJOHN w Myrtle is eager to help everyone 'FUJYG P9ttyj0hI1 with hail' .SO Sleek, A 3 And w'hen you're with her you lmve lots Seems to the girls to be quite the shiek. of fun. 5 . 4 Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26. JESSE MARCELLUS THELMA' ULM Jesse in printing does excel , Thelma Ulm a journalist would bel h And everything else he does as well. . ' 1' .:, ' t 1 . . If yfgd 112' be 'eve Us 'us Watm er H1-Y, '24, '25, Scholastlc Contest, '24, ' Echo, '25, '26, Printing Contest. ' Echo, '24, '25, '26, Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26. X- HELEN SCHAEFER RUTH REEBLE We know that Helen is good in her work. At the mid-year her work was all thru, None of her lessons does she ever shirk. L From our high school she entered K. U. l H . Girl Reserves, '25, '26. l Glee Club, '22, '23, '24, Girl Reserves, '22, '23, '24, "Treasure Hunters," ' "Gypsy Rover," "Beau Brummelf' MARIE HUNT 1 Again the wedding bells went roun', ' JUSTIN SPECHT And lo! Marie was Mrs. Brownl 5 Rather good looking' and tall is he , And just as nice as he can be. G1I'l Reserves, '22, '23, '24, '25, ,N ' If SI 5125"-eifi-slma Efeyg h'g?gvQf',fLEf4i5151f it 2-ft' -. . --'vi 5 s : Q is ,, , Gif" Q Q P a g e 1 6 , . , hs? , . V , , 1-' , r ,. .7 , ' , . X , 5 ' 5 ' - ,,. Yr '- 'S ' Yi 2 -- -... I ee, QL' LX Q P-V , .um -we .am-lam. menu.:-:-cwzv. ,4 fssaznmk ,Q i.i3if:f:r?E2a ,JF 3, ' ' 5 5L,1, 'l , 11 w - A , ,V Vu '. l A f if th , ' xxx? S344 , J. M lmpjx K ig 5 X,,., W iii X l W RUTH JONES FUNSTON ECKDALL Ruth takes her time, but gets there too, Funny, at chemist Wants to be, W Vvhen she's around you can't feel blue. As the experience is exciting says he. ,i Girl Reserves, '24, '25, '26. Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26, Debate, '25, Cicero Club, '25, Honor Society. GLENN UNDERWOOD MARIE SHIMANEK He's ai .studious chap, likes debates, Marie Shimanek is her- name, A115 HQS Dlflllnlllg' 011 CO11Bg6, he States- In some occupation she'l1 Win fame, ' Honor Society. W IRIS LEE There was a, fine girl named Lee, DOROTHY MAJOR ' A chemistry student was she. The senior's best student is she, Girl Reserves, 723, 724, 125 7265 Estes A d m f ll f f b . ' n M, u ,O UH as can e Park Conference, '24. Girl Reserves, 724, '25, '26, Scholastic 1 Contest, '25, Re-Echo, '26, Honor W Society. ' LAURENCE BUNCH One of our seniors is Laurence Bunch, He always has a clever hunch. GLADYS SCHOTTEL i This little girl came from Holton to us, We are sure they must miss her very much. - NI, Girl Reserves, 25, '26. '1 N , , . swf -. ' . 'wi' 1 ' 4-. 'M' -V .',..f.... .. ' -V , -- V , , , , . l 5949:-as-'q.-. ,fe-:Q f. -5.e:4:,:Q5:,4. :axes :ee 13:2 sie- . 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'gf Af:ftt'!121?Tf2Z ,gvasgm 'rj LI- f:::2iEi-2-.. ,'g,. q:i1-afsimi. ff. . 4 ' . , X- 1 "-. ,Ai -X , i.t,,A,,.iN NW '52--et is f i l i l l l CLIFFORD PEABODY LEOTA CRAVENS His aim is to sell merchandise: Leota Cravens has made her bow, He might even deal in tame mice. For She "did wilt" when asked "wilt , t ouf' ' - Girl Reserves, '24, '25, LORENE BARNES ' She a musician plans to be, , LU V015 WELBORN When her ship comes in from sea. ' , , Lu VOIS Welb-orn the trombone can play, Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26g Estes, Andfurgggg 5311.1 be heard Of hlm some , '2-55' Cicero Club, '25, Rhythmic I Clrcle, '253 -Echo, '25, '265 Glee Orchestra, '21, '22, '24, '25g Band, '23, ' Club, '25g Honor Society. '24, '25, '26. l i l GERTRUDE THOLEN OPAL THEYS 1 , . . ,here's something so pleasant about her, , In the orchestra a violin she plays, T- . - i And she has sweet and winning ways. Vve d Surely be lonely Wlthout her' 1 I . ' ' - ' Orchestra, 723, 224, GIT1 Reserves, Glee Club, 23, 25, Honor SOC1ety. , '25. ' LUCILE HENDERSON Miore girls like her We are needing ' CHESTER LUMPKINS In typing she always is speeding. He smiles and the girls are all his He thinks he's not good, but he is., R6-ECHO, '26. wt-'ffiiiif :S "5f"'Hi3,-5fsE.'55:!f'iE:"F ages. 1. af."""1"'2ifE75Wl5""2?' ff' ""5"i'ii'- '?f:?"5Fi?4i"' ' ' 1 . . ..f ,Jar ,, :E5:.-gq'51.:.,a:-:ies 'mr-vi: 3 ff. sf- a 1 A 1.32, nr, - ,. . i m f., " ? i ? i 1--.-Q -el if- h e A -- 'mf -- m i F sif- W - Page 18 ,- .X ,Q ' , '-.X i' f"'f'f - 1 . N "Yi 'Ari' .,,' 'T 1' ' 1 f' -z :'- -5-.ma-1 - :: -.-:::-.::.-.:.- X - ' L 1.32f:2?3iii - f"--uw 'ii' :::-.1- - , MA., .u-fa:-sep, ..-if ::':::-2-nz.-:. .f x:z:::.::z:?::: A-,Q 93:4-'f'i:3g 'Q-, .::::':...f-f-Q.. 1S,V7q:3k:i:F:.k::. E: " urs ' ages ' sff""' f ' ' -. -F , . .-was X1 , ' xiii" ' , 'wi Ps ff gwwgjx X--f ,I V M X. fx f 21 - -wenazfs-12 Va T .... - 4 X J ENIVE ISAACS Jenive's clever and full of fun, And luck her Way will always run. Debate, '25, Girl Reserves, '25, '26. JULIUS ZIELGLER Julius is a boy who is blonde, And of him everyone is quite fond. ii l l WILLARD HARRISON l Of subjects he fears not one, His studies to him are just fun. , X Hi-Y, '26. RUTH SOMMERS ' i Good and sweet and nice is she, Now she goes to K. S. T. C. Orchestra, '22, '23, '24, '25, Band, '24, 1 '25, '26s "The Arrow Maker-U Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26. THORA CHARTIER This is a girl rather small, H-UI-'DA AMES Always ready to chat in the hall. Dependable, Smiling and tl-ue, . H b ',"t h' otat ou. Echo, '25, '26, Girl Reserves, '24, '25, er Town eyeb mb S me u y f- '26, Estes Park, '25, Girl Reserves, '25, '26. LEON PETERSON Le0n's a likeable boy, I OLMAN THEYS And HQIQWS 1115 one Sfmt JOY- This boy whose name is Theys, . . . Is one with pleasant Ways. H1-Y, '24, '25, '26, "Pied Piper of Emporia." Orchestra, '23, '24. 4 l V Page 1.9 5, ,,'. I - - v I fi' -we A -si A -e f' Q .. M' . . s X' 'll ls, 36:5-22312. gr ,ssaizsaa-ssza Ci ne-we ,ax 1 Miami.. ,S fm:-1C'r-hm z l 1 x Xe, " 1 N, V if 434 if l l LEONA CLossoN ED BUCK kef-2113.5 3 ehurffling e'-"e1Pette1, l B A dapper fast shiek is Ed, -10 'er good eport We ve ne el met- At history he surely is dead. . , . Girl Reserves, 22, '23. Glee Club, '25, '26, H1-Y, '25, Foot- baH,'24,'25g HTreasure Iluntersn ANADELLE RITCHEY Anadelle Ritchey with actions so fair, Vvhecqeverishes needed is found to be HELEN STENZEL BTG. She's tall with dark hair and dark eyes, Glee Club, '235 "Gypsy Rover?" D1-a- almost five feet eight inches in size. matics, '23 5 Rhythmic Circle, '21, ' '25, "A Winter's Fantasy." HELEN STOWE ' Dark haired and small as a fairy, JOHN pEL0NG Sweet tempered and always so merry. Hes done all a good student can, D And now for his future he'l1 plan. Glee Club, '25, '26, M1Xed Chorus, '25, . 1 . ' . Scholastic Contest '25' Re-Echo '26' 26, GUI Reserves, ,24f '25, '26, . 7 7 Y 7 u M ca ' v Honor Socletyl Treasure Hunters g A Winters , Fantasy," Rhythmic Circle,"25, '26, l Scholastic Contest, '25 3 Honor So- , g cietyg "The Arrow Maker." DOROTHY CLOGSTON Dorothy -Clogston has a sweet personality, Along with it a bit of rasoality. Giigh Rleserves, '22, '23, '24, '25, LESKEF TACEK -H fl d h, yt mic Circle, '24, '25, Echo, .ee efe you new W1 ln lm' ,Zig ,255 ,,GypSy Rover? upied Vvtlth h1,,h school far behind him. Piper of Emporia," "Treasure Echo, '24, Football, '25g Orchestra, Hunters," "A W1nter's Fantasyf' '22, '23g Band, '23, I -H w , -V A '- in .. Q ,'- Q, V U ,-- szlifxgiy :j'1j""7fj:e YL-:FE A,-,,9!S!555r:Ea j ,n fp'-1 f-55 ' I 51 ' 1 ,B f3.ea..: img"-g EE 6 gg, .. ..- V 6 'Wu ' ,Simi-ie. 1 1.-sa. ar! !isTS".S3',,,, g,,'i,,,,'.,.Sir ',,,.,r , Mm., .. na. an 1.5: ZWAG-.. A .alla Page 20 rr," X Q -r .5 ,lp r ..-fx xx ,- , sf A f, -it .f 3 A we , f ew A fs fx. 2 f i Z1 'vkreiexfi Hr - i"'2iS55'1'h' ,!-sxisxufaz ','m1"5fs. R . ' ses.,-455' A ' .- -- .- 1 - 5 1, mf.: 5, A-T 2' N. 53 CL? D ee, ,W ,ef A, 'f 'A K, ' 'Y "'W'7""'V' "IQ, '5:""5""" 7 . :!:mv.:::1-::: V-,A 1 3913913 Hs-.' -a5'I'a::1iii-g.. ff, R, mmiigsgif, W .A 3 , f v mu, ,,, ti A -'rw I f ' 1-, X A , 4 - . 1 Lhjllf' I, M Agvx ,q I 1,5055 Q", MARGUERITE JONES lVf2ll'5-.,'ll9l'lt6 Jones is To tell them apart i JACK HAMBLE Jack, our infant, in the glee Oluh is there, He sings a melody that is very rare. Glee Club, '26, "Rebound," "The Girl Reserves, '2 M k ." Arrow a er bound," "A Wi LILA DETRICH liila Detrick is bles ELIZABETH JONES A D Dark eyes and a ski This "JOnsy" Wants dancing and shows, And music Wherever she goes. Glee Club, ,245 Gi Girl Reserves, '26, Rhythmic Circle, '25- "Gypsy Rover," "Treasure Huhtersgy, .AA Winters Fantasylv RUTH CALDYVELL Home Economics, Ru VVe Wager she'll be you? Girl Reserves, ' LEE DAVIS Rhythmic Circl "Pud" is an athlete, big and strong, When he is there games dOn't go WTOHS- Football, '22, '23, '24, '25g ffstop Thief," Basketball, '26. . HARRIETT LULL Harriett plays the p On a concert stage W '25, "The Treas e, '24. . l I l l A I l l A H l at twin you see, s as hard as can be. 65 Rhythmic Circle, ure Huntersf' "Icef 1 nter's Fantasy." l sod With dark hair, n that is fair. rl Reserves. ,N M 1 th intends tO pursueg W Come a, Wife, don't 4 22, '23, '24, '25 5 A l iano so fine, e may see her some- W time. Accompanist, Girls' Glee Club, '25, '26, Accompanist, Mixed Chorus, '25, ETHEL YOUNG Ethel's so lively and gay That good things will all come her way. '26 3 Orchestra, '25, '26, Rhy "Treasure Hu '25 5 Girl Reserves, thmic Circle, '26g ntersg" Honor So- N Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, Echo, '25, ciety. H , , , Af, -. :V ' f 4 ,2m2t.:k-5er.a-21:2 ' - AA.. ' sf ,-- 55-. , g -:gp +..f ss. ' :,.:. ... 1 -. -. ff1vf5fvv::'s:5:1xw. ,. if v 4:i'uz"x- 2 W5 4:22 Y 1 : bi., "fs -fm-Q-'-'. ' l , ,,,1,,.,.g 1 2162-:i5vM2!fsPn3f,s'5bT1f ,fee a.. " 4 ,.. idx, ...A:f2?:m5',Aiig,S5gz-,g,sj,r22afg,ggaqm-3k,,,,,,5fgi,bi't5i,i-'g AJ N Page 21 R ff- or fu ,,-are fr., if mi in 2' as , -fe it nfs ,Ze Wg, W L Vfii, ' 51115 Milf 'm.,f'X X--46' CL sf 4 ' 4 I 1 l WILBUR O'MARA ELVA BELLE MADDERN XVi1bur is ready to play any part, She's 9. girl very fond of good shows, . And he will be good in it, right from the And also of up-to-date clothes. . start. ' "The Flower Shop," "The Arrow Blakerf' ESTHER CALDWELL GERTRUDE O'CONNOR A Although she refrains from bobbing her Gloomy days in her life never mar hair, For her wagoris hitched high to a star. She is a, girl quite modern and fair. Girl Reserves, Rhythmic . Circle, Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26, Glee ,, Echo, "A Winter's Fantasy," "The Club, '23, '24, "The Arrow Maker." ' IGIyps,y ,Rover," "The, Treasure i 11I1'81'S. ' A W RUTH NATION A newspaper wrlter she'd be, AROLD PALMER , And write things for publicity, This boy is dark haired, always teasing: n His ways and his manners are pleasing, Girl Reserves , Echo, Re-Echo, ' w Rhythmic Circle, "A Winter's Fan- X g?syiv 'xlypsy' Rovergn "Treasure un ers. ' , ' MARY STEPHENSON i E 1 3 rw W JAMES LREWDTER This girl Works thru nights and days ' He sat behind acres of books, And is 94 fine 19211 in all WFKYS- And studied in corners and nooks. , 1 , l , D Lcho, '26, Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, Debate, 255 '0rator1cal Contest, '26, '26, Cabinet '26, Estes Conference, Honor Society. '25, Honor Society. W I , Q ' wi, 3 3: -.1-ST' gQ5,gT,a9g ga'-JEE WE5,-:Q-:Egg ra-??: 5 :F,?5 W ,.:fafQ.:zesa ' - . ., .f91':?,?:-'i?sE3::s-gf? ., 'g ef f- g: -.-35-:J-.. 1 .- 2 35.. -:-:. Q 'ii .wff++:5w:-ez. .-in-sezaxfwheivffvhimvnw. fm, .av::.:w4esffe2 ,rg-asf, Page 22 V .X flux , :. V Alix ,fix .fvx ,- ,Hx W ,J ,A x 'Q SJ ,Xf Q If Xwb 4,91 km ' ' jf vol ' :w-.::: .I - -' . .t..1.1z .me I V 'I-':'-film wsfffsfes- . " - " i - 32245 " 'T 3' ,www USUN fi? I G1 , YL" A' ,., .Lass-m. I.-.vm-a-asa:-:. ,g ,5iEu':.:::w:: .,. 335-:wma ,,., .s.f:i:::aaaa-R. ::, 1,q:s:.vx::w:x::. sfsmiisf.-. W, .-R555 .- . . , - 1-5 , - I I I - , Q ,, X W- N . PI ' vwyf A.,,.,,g1'X 41' lla., 4' ff WINTON CORBETT As a doctor some clay he'll arrive, If more school lie can ably survive. Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26, Cicero Club, '23, Echo, '24, Re-Echo, '26, Honor So- ciety. MABEL JONES Mabel is not afraid to Work, For no task did she ever shirk. Girl Reserves, '22, '23, '24, '25, "Ice- bound," Glee Club, '22, '25, Cicero Club, '24, Debate, '25, Scholastic Contest, '24, Echo, '23, '24, Honor Society, Re-Echo, '26. LORRAINE KOONTZ 'I'lIere's something so pleasant about her, So friendly and sweet we can't doubt her. . l Girl Reserve, '23, '24, '25, '26, Estes, 7 25. CONSTANCE Ross Connie's school spirit is splendidly real, In all our activities sho has helped a great deal. Girl Reserves, '25, '26, Re-Echo, '25, Cicero Club, '24, Debate Club, '25, Estes, '25, Scholastic Contest, '24, '25, Assistant Director of "Ice- bound," Honor Society, "The Ar- row Maker." ' LIDABELLE LINK l Her jolly grin is her fame, VIRGINIA FORD For "Sunbeam" is her middle name. Vi,-giniays our calendar Hedu Girl Reserves, '25, Girl Reserve Cab- V Her dunes are heavy as lead' inet, '26, Echo, '26, Debate Club, Girl Reserves, '24, '25, '26, Rhythmic Estes, '25, Oratorical Contest, Circlcel, '24, '25 ,ARe-Echo, '26, "Ice- . I boun ," "The rrow Maker." MARTHA NUTTING ' Lov HARRIS In Martha we'll always rejoice, Loy Harris is small and dark, For she has a remarkable voice. At making mischief is quite a shark. ' Glee Club, '25, '26, Cicero Club, '25, Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26, Re-Echo, '26, Girl Reserves, '26, Editor, Honor Hi-Y, '24, '25, '26, Re-Eho, '26, "The Society. Arrow Maker." .. .... c Page 23 -4 V n ,, . ,gi ,-. , 4 ,f ..-ss ,- A X nf s ff - H Y ' 9-L . Y , 'D ,, ix 'fini .1 .iz 2, K 1 f X :'.- ,xv l .--,-1 -f ' 'g',":g:u- ',1 , ':.w:3:': :H ' , , Q:-':-'.:1g:5,.' 1 ' :ffsxw " .- fw- 1 :?" " if yew.. Of le Pre-I ,i I ""' 1 .uma K f--. -Lw:-.-1:55, I L.-.1-:zz-z-.asa-H, V5 4:im'::::w::: ,A 95-,g.5y5,3, ,,.,- .znriazia-.Q-., 11 :,mi':'5PPiw- - .Q - 55533, gg :img ' -, -' ' I '-fr x ' ' .' -, ' . uv I H1 A ws he i.,.,'1'N l Is., I I LOUISE MYERS MAURICE MAYES Louise likes to dream, we've heard say. Shes quiet, hut not during: the day. Glee Club, '25, '26, Maker." ANNA MARIE EMBREE .Kuna Marie is one of our sharks, But she's always ready for a lark. Echo, '25, '26, Glee Club, '24, Girl Reserves, '24, Honor Society. BERNICE CHEER MINA PIPER 'l'here's something so pleasant about her, NVe'cl surely be lonely Without her. J ANE ROE - Dramatics, '23, Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26, ARDEN NEWSOM At tennis this boy is a shark, As a prof he's sure to make his mark. Glee Club, '23, '24, H1-Y, '26, Tennis, '24, '25,A'26, Basketball, '26, lVfE1lll'lC6 studies hard all the time, 'l'0 the top of the ladder he-'ll climb. Glee Club, '25, '26, "The Arrow 'I'lIis maiden although clever and wary, Has lost her heart to a "LeatlIerberry." Glee Club, '23, Drarnaticsg Girl Re- serves, '23, '24, '25, '26. She lives by the Golden Rule ' Both in and out of school. Orchestra, '23, '24, '25, Glee Club, '26, CHRISTINE HAGINS Here is a girl named Christine, XVho has certainly Won our esteem. Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26, "Pied Piper of Emporia." Sag!-.w,:'c:'-w-:: qi-'45 . -K .1-zmsqggmz-::,.-1-sz:-:R -1 .5-was gin- 5 ,'G l:n-..,,.--:rririep : S:-' - ,, ., .,' .5?Laiff,5-Migazmgiqe ., ,Hs .eraieierf S'-'--f-sie 1 RH 55: - : f r.u..- R, Mhifie, t -:-S-sm-fsivmzf-:. .-sawew:eeeww.'h.vm.mm-, .-fn. R.. ..wzw:m:afa:Iff:e: ' .f,,,., .. .ess .iwiizawkwwriiiewmifimii-s. ,wwsazwig P ci g e 2 A ir., .-v-. A. , ' 'X f X , ' 'ESL f f, 3.7, X-UN -3. f l f . .. .- ' 'r.wuv:mg1- ' r:-vvayme. we 911-':::x11' I -3Z:HFi'E1':i' iq ' E355 ' I Z' 3? we ee fe wi CL4 LN FY I G A - I,"'fR- x f -w -fiiziwi, -,,'s.'-111:-z-xizif. X5 ,if::1::::w::: ,-,A 3.31-zarfzh Q-.' 4-ff:-vtdwmi.. If V uirfnaidi- .1 " . I if N- -eff iqgy x,,.,g,'X we N" aa., '. BENJAMIN WINTER Ymfve all seen this fellow called Ben, If not, you have missed something then. Hi-Y, '26, MARGARET DAVIS Another lass with tresses long, XVho brightens this World with music and CLARA MOORE Clzints a calm little maid, , And of work shes sure not afraid. Girl Reserves, '22-'23, '24-'25. ll DEMA WINTER Dermt VVinte1' is pretty and sweet, To be with her is surely a treat. Song' Girl Reserves, '25-'26, ' l INEZ ALLEN MARIE URQUHART ' Inez Allen plays in our band, A lgvgly young Indy is Marie, WW1911 th9Y'9'S1W05k to be done Sl19'S 211- And no one's more earnest than she. Ways on Ian . . Girl Reserves '23 '24 '25' Echo '23- Band, '24-'25g Orchestra, '25, Glrl 124 ' ' ' ' ' Reserves, '22, '24-'25, HELEN BISHOP MAYRON COWAN Helen Bishop in constitution stands higrh, U I Once knew ,L young man named -fshorty-' She smiles at the lessons when we utter He wonders what he'll be when he's A Slgh' . f t . . . or Y Girl Reserves, '23-'24, '25-'26g Cicero X Football, '25. Club, '24. 'W ll '. QW! """"55!.'i1'Wff?!'3"' -Q' 111. - 'i'fif'25'i'f' W """fq5i'f""'QV'E?i' "5:'i"'ff5S9""'?"'f?i?"??S5faF'ifip'"if" 'EFF' Yi. YW' I lf' Terr f.:,-fa-,:. " 2, ,'?i-"'i'h:':Ei15E:52Ei?? -. . '25 :Y 5f"Nffi- E 'i ' 2 : .- S'--. 5' 'F -1- R-riiw-sfs:w:,..awk:-mxeajsfitlfwwiraeww, .fee 1... .:e5:.:'.-'.+we.-.HQ 5 .m1..'..aeie ,. .me ..e:Z'5.:w-eawarefs:5eeR.,e2sF.bfns-fnfif,..RMQIIJPI . Page 25 WN E, ,A . ,y New My s,W,e l ,4,4,, g EE-, pf-f W-, ,, , ., ,,l, I., ' ' 1, -:--' "f .i '.gx-giapsz. 125252. f -.N 9M4!5:Eb," , ,, 2 QSEFGW , - ,gs .1 rw ' 5 5,7 ,1: ' 2 'I 1' ,i 4.':Q'5! ,. ',YSg.3-5551: nl , ,mx N-F091 GJ. J fkii T AA. t 1 1, H Vx1A - gf- J EA fl .5-gg,5'l25l, H, 1?dff-iieffhg, rj -' AQ- 'jgxffl ,W f 2 in Y m w - . len 'Lyf u,,x .'2 le? n , W . W . 'll , , w 1 fl l RAYMOND PREWITT HELEN CANNON He likes tinkering a radio set, Rather tall, awfully pretty and sweet, Never minding the shocks he may get. FOI' Fl P211 S1'1'2'S hafd U1 be beat' ' Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26. X . i EVELYN RICKERD , ' ELSIE TROLL ' ' ' W" Our "Tiny" is the jholliest girl, A A pal that is fine is Miss T-lion, I And always her hair it does curl. Tl L d tl t . . W me moon fan ie s ars are ier goa Glrl Reserves, ,23, ,24, ,25, ,26g Ulce- Glrl Reserves, '24, '25. b0UY1d- EVA SELLERS Miss EVa's smile is so gay, V K That we'll miss her wihen she goes away, ERCIA ELLER ' ! Y 7 - ' Vercia is fun loving and sweet, G1?g6ReSerVeS' 24' 25' 26' Llbl-ary' To know her is a real treat. - Girl Reserves,'22,'23,'24,'25. FYDRENCE LEHMAN Florence is il girl you should know, Once meet her, you'll ne'e1' be her foe. Echo, '23, '24, '25, '26, Girl Reserves, ' CLIFTON SCHMITT '23,.'24g, Carnp Wood, '25g, G., R. Clifton Schmitt is tall and dark, Cab1D6t,.25, 263 GIGS Club, 23, 249 Always ready for a lark. Schola-S1310 Contest, '24- ' L, W Q l V 'W' ra-vggffi, ,, ,, ..- . , I .. qu.. . -,1. -ne 1--,1-,. ..,, , -.gp .--,- - :EH Te.. A.-. .V-. 1. 2 E .ss "Wi El. JU Page 26 l ' .. . . .. 4 l. .. . . ... . ',' . . .. ..-. ' --.-Y...-L.. ' ' . - mug - x +:w4gm-,,-- .- Hy- , A 11: - , , -a'-!--!-- - 5? - sirzgfa' 6 - .f'3'5i'.i3"'.- T '..i':---:: FN 9:-:zz-: -- . 1: --ga:-f -'Y' 'f' M et ' ' ' '-la-:-51:52 ' Ei-g:::? '. - ' . f:::q.1-:nailz ', ' 'N ,, :-QL? 513: , T4 4 32 I , X as .--g.,..-1 f .. ,..,.,g. -1 :'::. ....... 5.4.-,f-.,.,, , -, . .,':....g , - . .,. H , ., N .,,. - -, -Li:-.-wc. -, 411.1-.-.11-3-:I My -:::i'::::'x:: A .-.:::: . -- w.. T, . Sixfn? -. . .r .,. . 3' , rf-4:61 ' lvl , if rf ,' -fx 14. T1 , 3. T v RN , . ,., , , XXX XXV if If , Q 75 -4 A 5 Ywgzgz. x Fw ,I 1 X ,Er vm J I '- x axw' I? 1 I Q,-s an Y -.11 -:Xi 'I : -.-fi i 4, T , X ' T Y ' . " 3 -T..-..-J' LLOYD SHANK DOROTHY NICKLIN 2 NOW LlOyd's a lavvlyer at heart, But he dOesn't know just when he'll start. RUTH DUNN Ruth fell for a man like the rest, And now they Will "feather their nestf Girl Reserves, '26, BILLIE JONES Billie is a bear at writing, He reals news just like lightning. Dramatics, '24, '25, Debate, '25, Echo, '25, '26. OPAL PRENTICE Opal Prentice has short golden hair, We think that the sunshine is there. Girl Reserves, '23, '24, '25, '26, G. R Conference, TOpeka,'235 Glee Club '25, '26. ,A studious lady is "Dot," ' Who enjoys her school Work a lot. Glee Club, '23, '25, '26, Girl Reserves, '24, '26. ' GEORGE AUSTIN ' l His favorite pastime is sleep, In Order that health he may keep. ' Glee Club, '26. CHARLOTTE SCHAFFNER Charlotte for college is bound, She's the right kind Of girl all around. Girl Reserves, '25, '26, Debate, '26, "The Arrow Maker." OVERT BIBLE i .Y ...As a basketball player he's fine, W Wil And Other things We're unable to rhyme. , Li. , r- . ,v AAQNJ.-Z , I ... V 5 : .".:'amg.:.e.'i,.'.A :i,,,. N .... -.:..::-.fi:.,w,...,AA.:v. .,E:,, .vm . ,:., -5--TZ.: i-H. 5... I .... , ,. xii. ,gf - . .. bf. E "5-Y'5ii21i1"lM" Y ' ' .v -35'53:555:1:XE:5-'E-'EE ' :?'. ' . -i r I E?Pff:'I-iff ' -' 'ir' f-51 1-livi... G' 1 '1'-r-3-4311:--e-'. ' - . .'f-3:f4'e:v-:'::::'f1'-1- .. 9' 1- .I :'- 152- F-"'W'4' 1 '- fs ' 1 ' ".':b':S?m1"-'E' 'Haus if 01- Efrs?f'k9:??:i5::, .-aivwisv31e:5M?:.42'!iv:vzzx-iaise.- ,eh ' ,5.,,"..a?F:i::k1t1L'r-wee , "' .swf .. .mt ,.,-:.e'?5i:a1m:ae5Bavff.wma1s.fEJT1'd'a-z-f:fxg.-.MTMEPRT Page 27 .. I ' . J? Q A, T ! X R , ,I -.u m vi 'V 'T 1 ' 4' by v i' W 'f-:M rf' ix:-zu.. , X' Al ' -M. X v' I n Q 7 B A T , ' .-.' as 'H 'q-yr .I in A 4" 'U 5,-,,,-.-5-,S ,:..,.'v-4: iq 'M , .1..f:-, pg ' I- V V f-Rf M M". -5 'll .- ' x..":1""' fi " T A ':3::Q'2Q'-.'1 ' M 9Z'EE:W'.: 1 X bl" il' . 'Vx' -1 'AJ Y "'f'? 3 'V ' ww- ' V- if-I iii-435522 if E+? EQ 52' ' Q Q. ' , W.i,9..j f Jug U V,'x , ' ' .X M . . l 1 l FRANCIS ECCLESTON JOSEPH WIIEAT "Berry" plays basketball on our team, Joe is one of our boys from Lang, And with the girls he's surely a scream. He sure Went over with an bang. Football, '26, Basketball, '26, "The Arrow Maker." NELLIE HUGHES ' l.leru's lu our 1-lusslnaltv, Nvlliv Huglws, Sho spills sulpluuric an-id and ruins her T SIIOQS. l M1LDRED LEE l , Mildred's work in our high school is fine, , , ' She is one who never Wastes time. Park, '243 RhYthmlC CITCIC, '25, '26. Girl Reserves, '24, '25, '26, Estes Cicero Club, '25, Girl Reserves, '25, '26, Honor Society. ROBERT SCHULTZ Music is what ho likes, He plays football. and sometimes takes FRANCES SHOOP hikes. EBLIIIEZJEES. ilil.EL1iQS lkarddall tllilthrle, 111 v K Band, 725, Orchestra, 125, l 6 g 1 IlgS S e OQS W1 HJ- 1 n3m1,. Football, ' Girl Reserves, '22, '23, '24, '25, RUTH THOMAS WILLIAM SHUPP ' Ruth Thomas is very Winsome and sweet, Though shes quite small, she's hard to "Bill" came up from Neosllo Falls beat- To grace our corridors and halls. , Girl, Reserves, '25, '26, Cicero Club, Band, '26, '25, -1 .la ,W W .. m,LiM,m ' Jo ,,',,1,, ...,,.,..W.,,W. .. ..,,, W ul! 2,0 sr. m y , V V- . 0 QRS: .nv z 5: .... A -9... fd ' lil lf ., 'wwf' 1. .. -psf " ww Cv ue -- ' 'fl . . f r ...ww T . . '. . 3' '. . "' . 'N - 'E . 'SIP' ' 2... : ll M ' , ?'fWif"f"?' f-fi? ? ' Q Egiwii' . if i fr":lf', f g n 4- 1 1 nn . 'ii' ' R ,Au 7 Zin. .wi-wfff -f ""1.xi.ll1'.-eillfraffsaf-ll. P a g e 2 8 1 M J, 2-, lx , , ,XM x. Txvk , M rigs -W 1 - ---- M-h-H. L-Y -'-! , """"" '.' ' " , - .. . '- f 25 - 11' ',- 1 V' lx - -X P ig? """e-' ' i . 1. T ' V:-f ,'. " QL, A ' f ' 15, 1- , M :guy 1.1m if i l 1, l il , , il I , , 3 w i l 1 , . ., RUTH STALEY JOANNA TERRY ' And heres a school girl called "Rufus," ' Joanna wins prizes-galore, 'W' Shes headed for some college campus. And studies for nher do not bore. Y. W. Q. A., '22, '23, '24, '25. Honor Societyg Scholastic Contest, '24, ,, - '25, Citizenship Contest, '23, ' X K. ,ll , W , ri., VERNON RAY L THELMA ARWMSTEAD . li Did YOU QVGI' 11163.21 bfly flamed RRY, Thelma Armstead is jolly and plucky, X WVIIO MWHYS 11215 time for Play? So We hope she'1l always be lucky. j'v H1-Y, '24, '25, fze. Y. W. C. A., '22, '23, '24- ' ily 'Q lf li 3 5 ELMA JUANITA DENNY lf , 3 , K May 17, 1908-May 19, 1925 W . i- F vii 9 'Q 3 5 MM was fill Ml' 'x mr 2' "N -ws. -1 1- fe be 5 . e f 3' 1 -3,5553 W: ' . 5 Q 4 3953112 5 111 .fe '3,.. b ' A-.,,. ..c .. .ga-..,.. z-wimm Wiw'fiaLvezi624...e5'w Page 29 Page , W, e -f 'W we WM, as iq., ,Q ef c -t vga ,f if' c' ' k - . :Zi . 5 Vw, . . ,fx at , ,Ns , . , I K ' . A 1 .' 'Ti ' M., -,. f- vt haw! x, ,J V L., y, In Cyfonor oczety l The Emporia chapter of the National Honor Society has added another year ' to its history and another interesting group to its numbers. On March 8, twenty-five of the year's graduating classes were' elected to membership. By this election the organization presents anew the purposes of the society: to create an enthusiasm for scholarship, to encourage school citizenship, to stimulate a desire to render service, to promote leadership, and to develop character in the students of the Emporia high school. On March 9 the recognition chapel was given for the new members. At this time the president of the society of 1925, together with members of that group greeted the incoming class and Mr. Brown in behalf of the high school received them into full membership in the chapter. President Lewis, of the College of Emporia, made the address. A One month later on Friday evening, April 9, the faculty of the high school gave the annual dinner at the Newman tea room in honor of the new society. Six- teen members of the alumni were present. The program, which was especially de- lightful and charming, was given by the new members. This is in accordance with the design of the constitution. 'T The outstanding things that may be said of this class may be given with in- creasing interest in the high quality of students that become members of this society. Scholarship, leadership, courage, efficiency, sincerity and charm are all theirs with the added quality of newness which lends color to their existence. A point of com- parison that calls for special' note is the fact of the constantly increasingunumber of ,,. E Ai boys elected to the society each year. ' l I till MEMBERS ' N Barnes, Lorene Henning, Homer Ryerson, Dwight 1' Brewster, James Jones, Mabel Dent Speer, Eunice Clawsen, Donald Lee, Mildred Smith, Edna Corbett, Winton Lull, Harriett Stephenson, Mary DeLong, John Major, Dorothy Stowe, Helen NI Embree, Anna M. Nutting, Helen Terry, Joanna fl Eckdall, Funston Nutting, Martha W Theys, Opal el' Gist, Una Maude Ross, Constance Thomson, Jay xi - Underwood, Glenn ' 1 5, ' OFFICERS President .................. .-..-.. C onstance Ross Secretary ............... ...-. - -- Homer Henning SPONSORS Miss Schmalzried, Secretary of the Chapter Em Miss Potter, Miss Ice, Miss Kahn, Mr. Trigg, Mr. James fi 1 ,, Motto-Deserve Success and Ye Shall Command It. til' Color-Royal Purple Flower-Ward Carnation tt" ,, ull, br A -- , , , V , Ni I I, -1-11. V wwf-57,11 1 7:y 5z1f"1t:3v1r'!uffv.fc1Lz2xL,11'fp"vg+ - ,Munn 'fn te, 'nu i r, Z5 ,,3yvjj1fgj7g-rg'fg'i310,, it 1 ,gg q be "' ff ' fo g ,455 4 l'-14, "2 f , A-, .- ,,' 2Iwr!- . , ftittiw ty ',f,g'- 'if 'ft 4 ,5 ' 1... .-V V ' i.:.:3k': .wA.t:...:,i Q, is 5 : 2-'57-'lffgyf , l V Eg' :.s. P .., if ' 5 Page 31 ir i , fr wit , Q .9 3 . fx L- , il it -if f ...S . Q . 5' -lf., Q ' ' L, ' 1...,., 'f X CTL? f .,,LQ1,wY A.,,g,,,jN. ,if igmg' RNfT1".f,' xii. ii Glass Ggfzstory Scene--E. H. S. Corridors. Time---1936. Cluwotcters-First and Second '26 Grads, Mr. Brown. . The two grads pacing hall of E. H. S. dejectedlyf They meet. lst: Bill! What are you doing here? 2nd: Why Joe! I'm weeping over the change in Em-Hi since we twenty- sixers left. Ever see anything so slow? lst: Believe me things wern't like this when we were here! 2nd I should say not! We had some real pep. lst: Except our freshman yearg remember how scared and green we were? 2nd But we got over it: remember? lst: I'll say I do! And Lester Ptacek was our Hefficient president" and they wouldn't let us ever have a meeting because- , 2nd We got too enthusiastic for the room? to hold us. lst: But it was our sophomore year when the fun really began. ' 2nd When Roosevelt high invaded us. , lst: Invaded! What do you mean? Some of those fellows lead the whole school. 2nd Let's see: who was president then? lst: Lester Ptacek again. We got the habit and couldn't help but elect him. 2nd That was the year we took all of the prizes going-remember? lst: Yea 3 when our basketball team went to Chicago 3 we took first in the music contest, too, that year. They didn't give us much credit-but we know who "won the war," don't we? lst: I'll tell the world we do. We did deserve some credit though, because George 'Clow was in our class, and he went to Chicago with our basketball team. ' 2nd: And then our junior year we elected him our president. 1 lst: Yes, that was an interesting year. But-boy, the senior, had 'em all ll beat: do you remember, we were the first class that suffered under that law making ii us study constitution. It was our senior year that we elected Pucker Smith presi- ' dent. She was the first girl we ever elected for that. 2nd: She was good, I'm telling you: but say, didn't we have a busy time that X year? l lst: .First the fight over the rings and pins, and then the seniors' hike and the l hot football games. And the senior banquet. l lst: And the music contest: remember, we placed first that year, too. -Z 2nd: And' finally graduation. Say, didn't you feel funny when they handed X. you your diploma? fWistfullyD I wish I could feel that way again, some day. ii! lst: Well, I have to go now. It certainly has been fine to get to talk over old times with you. Enter Mr. Brown: ' Get to your class, please. What do you mean by loitering in the halls? 2nd Mr. Brown! lst: It sure does sound good to hear that old phrase once more. 2nd We're not students, Mr. Brown, we are old grads, back to look around. ,W Mr. Brown: Oh, welcome home. What class did you belong too? lst and 2nd Qproudlybz '26. 'il Mr. Brown: '26! Give me your hands: you're one of the best classes that ever went through Em-Hi. Twenty-six: well, well, good old class of '26. l it ll, I 1 6 'f'a4fZf.w' f X r- ,- " " 1. .1 Im' -- a iff J. -W-mfsff' -.+.. ' ,,g. " - I .se . 'f i i-'. if Pug 32 . ,' . ,. 'M - . ' . " . V :Q ' f 1 . . , I -.-sr: I 25.11 ::.. I ' 4 A ' 5 ...:: , 55' H A. ibgi- ...Q " X 'r X ,Q j ,, ' N ' X X r 1 ' 21 e 'FE-l,..!,. -l 39 i::I..ix, ' ,,Qi'I,P,.flf L' .-,-.. ...fl Fe 9i.ffi-f.- X . ,,,...- 1- , A A 'WF'-l 'BX FH g Q "' Al A -S. -rn.'.".:.-4, fa- m..z-.-mms-:. ,f ::::'.1:::z':::: Ka 2:5-3,5313 ,-- .:.::':::.zw.v.. If. .,Ij2:t?ff:1?l'E:2. va fi, ' l -- , .. Q , - , X11 .. I . J KX , nl . Z, , to , dp., . - l Q, 'W A. ,A k ggggg x.. v It , Cfdhe junior Gloss With our many illustrious seniors, the class of '27, the juniors, are sometimes forgotten. We say sometimes-because, as a rule, the class of '27 is not very silent and is usually found everywhere we are wanted and most places we are not. This is due, undoubtedly, to our own merits, at least we aren't overly miodest. Being graduated from the verdant states so peculiarly characteristic of high school fresh- men and having passed a successful cocky sophomore year, we are just finishing a busy, crammed-full junior year and we are now ready for the last furious sprint in our race toward the finish line of graduation on the race track of E. H. S. activities. With the annual scholastic track meet of Emporia high school of the year '26 almost concluded, we may look back and note the records that have been broken, the stars of the various events, and the names of the successful contestants. While the juniors may not haveicarried off the gold cup of fame, they have proudly gained the silver cup of experience. Among the stars of the meet a few may be mentioned- those who have added lustre to the banner of the twenty-seveners. From the first shot of the pistol in the hands of Mr. Brown, starter of the meet, the competition has been keen and strenuous. In the scholarship endurance race that was run at the Teachers College, Harold Bishop and Marian Hoffman emerged with honors by their perserverance and pluck, outdistancing opponents from many schools. The javelin of junior ability was thrown toward a successful Re-Echo by Loren Findley and Eunice Piper. In the field of events, many are the warblers who by the spell created by their magic voices managed to hypnotize the judges into awarding them. first place in their high jump up the scale. Owen Seagondollar has developed into an uncanny wielder of the cornet, and although not winning first place, has struck terror into the hearts of all entrants for next year in the weight events. Next. year's cap- tain of the football relay event is a member of our worthy class. In the pole vault- ing contest, over the bar of oratory, Louise Lawrence, a junior, cleared the bar on the first attempt and made a good showing on the second try. In'the dashes, Tom Sawyer and Merle Harvey sprinted away from. other contestants. In the broad jump towards the goal posts, Chuck Davis, Bus Freeman and Tom Sawyer rumbled over their opponents to victory. Y In concluding this resume of outstanding participants in the memorable track meet of '26, we may say without fear of successful contradiction that our class has hurdled its way over obstacles and barriers to set new records for our school and town. Trained by our coaches, Miss Held, Miss Douglass, Mr. Long, Miss Kahn, Mr. James, and Miss Howard, our names will go down in the annals of tracksters' fame, bearing witness to our conceit, indolence, and impudence. As backers in this declara- tion of our activities we have Mr. Nichols, who no doubt greatly appreciates our observance of quietude in the halls, Mr. Brown who will testify to our unwillingness to do anything that will warrant an "unexcused" or any of our dear teachers, who will gladly assert our studious application. Looking forward enthusiastically toward the last lap in our high school race, we are spurred on by the laurels we won this year and by the promise of honors to be gained next year. V' 'J-' ' 3 "fF"' 7 -9izi""'f3' ' 'F - -. "' ' " 35i:W+'f'E11J5211"'!-i75:"1' "" "1"'i'l552'2 "FRF-"' "iii-"15"Y"'"-E"?P3if"1-'1f3J.'r':-1 M-"'1f2-' 'r-uw 1: . 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X SOPHOMORE I-Morris, McAllister, Crawford, Mr. South fsponsorl, Vaughn, Oelker, Condit, Laughlin, Smith, Salser, Wilcox, Vandervelde, Moore, Martin, Wolfe, Crippen, Ruggles, Cannon, Cole, Laughlin, Williamson. as Page 39 Page 40 Page 41 11 1 1 1 1 Cmwwnlv My-,1 MWMWQQ 'A q ,--1 -W I . 'Af '- ,, . - ' ,. ,. p--. - x 1 'M-A 1, - rf 4.7.5 k N ,1,-,ruff 1, 3:1 V 1 151 311 ye, - Air 11111 1. 'ef -IIT 11 f-W" . sg, flls.-gi,,,K: A'A 111 111 1 11,1 . 3 I+: 2-fi -W4-f.. if Ji, ng, ALM-M11 11 ,Ii LK-'QP 1 L-lj A JN X we V 311 11, M 13 if 11 111 51 Q51 ' H. '11 1 f '11 11 11 1 1 i 1 . 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MLJK. , -"N .X X ',, . ,p .s , f, I if . L3 ,. L4 .x 5, lr Goofball Season, 'IQ2 5 . Football practice opened with about sixty men out for the team. Of this num- ber there were six lettermen. The lettermen were Captain Lee Davis, Reeble, Moore, McCarthy, Pickett and Grant. This number was soon cut down to about forty. This made it considerably easier for Coach Rapp. After three weeks hard practice the team journeyed to Florence to revenge the defeat administered to us last season. The outcome w'as never in doubt after the first quarter. The final score was Em:- poria 23, Florence 0. ' The second game of the season was played in Emporia, before a large crowd. A delegation of about five hundred Hi-Y boys were guests of the Emporia high, They witnessed the powerful Emporia team: run rough shod over Junction City as they piled up 29 points to Junction City's nothing. In a downpour that started as the game began and ended soon after' the final whistle was blown, Emporia slid over the strong Hutchinson team by a score of 19 to 0. In a sea of mud Emporia defeated Burlington 6 to 0. There was'- little chance for either team to show any form., as running was made impossible by the condition of the field. For the first time of the season Emporia was scored upon. This was done by Manhattan in' the last thirty seconds of the game while the subs were in. v They made the point after the touchdown and tied us, 7 to 7. The Ottawa game was played in the rain and by the time the third quarter had started there was a heavy snow. The score was 6 to 3. The Emporia touch- down was made when Reeble went over the fence and recovered the ball behind Ottawals goal line after the Emporia forward wall had blocked an Ottawa punt. The Ottawa coach protested this decision and the game was placed before the foot- ball board at Topeka. They ruled the decision of the referee out and stated that instead of a touchdown it should have been a safety. This made the score 3 to 2 in favor of Ottawa. However, the board threw the game out. The last game of the season was with our greatest rival, Marion high. The game was played at Marion. The band accompanied the team as did quite a few rooters from the high school. The game was a good one and not until the final gun went off was Emporia beaten. The score was 7 to 6. Failure to kick goal cost Emporia her first defeat. Q K After the Marion game the team went to Lawrencevto meet the Lawrence team. This game had been called off earlier in the season because of a snowstorm. The boys were riled by the defeat Marion had handed them and Lawrence never had a chance. The final outcome was 33 to 6. The men who received letters were: Capt. Lee Davis, Galt, Moore, McCarthy, Reeble, Ptacek, Miller, Grant, Pickett, Sawyer, Freeman, Charles Davis, Schultz, Gerardy, Eccleston. ildaslqetball, IQ25-26 Practice began with three lettermen out. They were Sawyer, Grant and Reeble. The first game found Ryerson, Sawyer, Grant, Reeble and McCarthy starting. We opened the season by trouncing Eureka 44-5. Clay Center, Lawrence, Junc- tion City and' Burlington were next humbled by the team. VVe took the count from Newton, 33-15. Northeast defeated in a rough, hard fought game, 20-115 Eureka 49, Emporia 413 Northeast scratched out on us, 28-29. Emporia defeated Kansas City, Kan., 21-15. -e ' H 'ff' t K" it w- . A - -. - 2 . ' A 4 ..ae .- 'i H . ta.. .," .. Q-.at ...-3'-,'3:5t ' Page 41, 3 2 I 9 . i F x i fx-1-e-ff X4----ff! X Nagilil------i liM1Af1'f" 1 li 7' l"'if"W"W PM it 'KT-e I ff' '- it 'VFYSEQ -3?-f 02' Z fgl-5 P 2f'?g QQ7g,A'Q5L"n:5P'f.w:' 3 ii f KTA self wif fl-if we zu 1 LQ EQ? 137 V 55? E51 ill l fi ll 5. .il iw Vi ll, ge lil lil ,. ,H wi SKC ill lui ? ll Q! Q! Yi 5-. li IE Burlington, Junction City, Manhattan and Lawrence fell before our fierce attack. We failed to get revenge-Emporia 16, Newton 24. We won the district tournament held at the Teachers College. Wie defeated Florence 58 to 10 and Peabody in the finals, 20 to 12. , The sectional tournament was held at Parsons. We defeated Pittsburg, 30-17, f but were defeated in the finals by Augusta. However we entered the state tourna- ment. In the state tournament we defeated Colby in the first game. The same night we sent Olathe, northeast Kansas champions, home. Saturday afternoon we were eliminated again by Augusta. Saturday night we defeated Liberal in the consola- tion, thereby winning third place for the second time in two years. Ed Grant, center, was the leading scorer. He scored 113 field goals and 41 free throws for a total of 267 points. Sawyer was second with 186 points and Ryer- son was third with 133 points. r iii Kal ' I . Q -f--Q-W.,...,,,,,-,,,,,nJw- H -V. .J-si-w W c-wm-- '-5-fl."-zr -ww '--ff-f -1-f:f"f-'11'f-if--eff-'-v V--l--ff-5.-ff?-,-7.5--t-vw.--F--,--v--fw-1-1-----ew e--if-5.....,.5-my .'1-,-f-7 . MF . .L .11 .. Q. ft... 4, . . . 'Xi "-'13 'L fflff j--1 J "Wee,--','1m 'ilfiY1!.1e?mil-4131, gf -f:if4ig51s..--3, 11-'s'. riff' "tix-f?, Y wi' fig 'ff.'."1-qt' s' ff-91,1 .L- pf Meg, ' ff. E f' 'ff fi" 555 P: R 'Qi l ' 'ff K' 'nfl krllv 1 N' L C 52,155 L 'Q-315 . ff . Pzi' ,.L,i-'fig I-Q'5fV'f'T1' f -,-fl-'l "ig, I' Y ' its-2 31. 'fl--Q Inxlf, P 3 ,V Cf V 'fl ' L., I ','. ii-T 'i'-,ki'ggi'i3-f.?'fY-i'f?,g?i:1ji'?'fiii-iifrelt gf f'W+s.JU i2'i,QiA," "-e'i'::ig:.":'?ffef'..f iii' 12-'wi YQ.f'.:g2i' f H 1 as 1 Page , s A hi ws iii iii iii l Page Cffjhe Rhythmic Gircley The Rhythmic Circle was organized in 1924 by girls especially interested in in- terpretative dancing. The personnel of the club comprised pupils from advanced physical training classes of the Senior high school. At present the club has a mem- bership of thirty and is under the supervision of Miss Margaret Dean. The officers are: Marguerite Jensen, presidentg Dorothy Clogston, vice-president, and Gayle Snodgross, secretary-treasurer. The purpose of the Rhythmic Circle is to furnish opportunity for active par- ticipation in and further appreciation of dancing in its highest forms. The mem- bers work out their own interpretations which promotes self-expression, and group dances are utilized to develop the social instincts. The girls 'criticize their own ef- forts and only that technique is employed which overcomes their deficiencies. The organization has taken part in many of the entertainments given by dif- ferent organizations of the high school and town. . ' H J 46' Page 47 Page 48 ' E fi ye? '1 S? ui M H QQ xv fb iff Mi 551 E3 5 E Qi' E25 W2 1 1 xi 25 m H H , Ei? 2311 3 s 729 HH M 513 11:1 vu I 1 1 Page 49 Loomis, Jones, Anderson, Grunwald, Baltz, Bishop, Carr Link, Barnes, Lehman, Chartier, Nation, Embree, Ulm, Young, South fAdvisorJ Lawrence, Nutting, Smith, Murphy, Raymond, O'Connor, Sowerby, Riddle, Stephen- son, Cary. if - Cfdhe 5chom With fourteen years to its credit, The Echo has now completed its most successful year. For the last two years it has been pub- lished Weekly by the members of the staff, under the direction of their faithful advisor, F. Jay South. The aim of The Echo is to keep the student body in touch with the activities and policies of the school, and to give the members of the staff experience in journalism. The special feature this year was the Who's Who, Written by Lida Belle Link, who was also our editor-in-chief and Cases in the Corridor by Mary Stephenson. On the first. of April an April Fools sheet was published, which caused much excitement among the students. The staff owes much to the merchants of Emporia, for their consistent support of the advertising columns, and also to the stu- dents of the various departments of the school who have contributed their best to the good of the paper. In all ways this has been a successful year, and we hope that next year, profiting by our mistakes, the staff can publish an even better paper. Page 50 BOYS' GLEE CLUB!-Rceble, Brown, Holderman, Meredith, Hamble, Miller, Davis, Smith, Wolever, Vlfoods, Jones, Wilson, Zane, Stowe, Griffith, Saffer, Anderson, Harvey, Cantwell, Miss Hill CDirector3, Wilson CAccompanistj, Faeth, Winn, Buck. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB-Cramer, Harper, Hinze, Hovgard, Meyers, Fowler, Peach, Nicklin, Huth, Workman, M. Nutting, Oliphant, Wilson, Karr, T. Gilson, Carothers, H. Nutting, Smith, Fowler, M. Jones, Ward, Nicholson, Hembling, Griffith, Scates,- Lull faccompanistl, Hill Cdirectorj, Driskell, Barnes, Lawrence, Tucker, Zim- merman, Hirschler, Tressler, Stowe, Atyeo, Prentice, Davis, D. Jones, M. Gilson. Page 51 1 l I w la is :S H 5 l y Page 52 Scholarship Qontestants Students who represented the Emporia high school: General Scholarship: Funston Eckdall, Glenn Underwood. English IX: Allen Winn, Lynn Bishop. First Year Latin: Allen Winn, Evelyn Cooley. First Year Algebra: Lucille Kramer, Elma Cooke. General Science: Harold Poole, Ruth Brown. Manual Arts: Orville Price, Preston Moon. Domestic Arts: Constance, Ross, Mildred Lee. Relay: Jean Scheel, John Cary, VVhitley Austin, Homer Henninf"' English X: Vera Davis, Estel Bunch. Second Year Latin: Gardner Winn, Gertrude Ott. Plane Geometry: Mary Edwards, Ernest Cooke. Shorthand: Opal Theys, Ruby Holden. Domestic Science: Lena Eaton, Edna Smith. English XI: Loren Findley, John Anderson. Solid Geometry: Philip Hill, Hiram Stilwell. Biology: Frances Ruggles, Frances Hatfield. First Year Spanish: Evelyn Marx, Winifred Gufler. Current History: Dwight Ryerson, Harold Bishop. Physics: Mildred Lee, Charlotte Schaffner. American History: Gertrude Ott, Marjory Finley. Community Civics: Louise Markley, Ina McCormick. One-Act Play: Helen Stowe, Lee Davis, Francis Eccleston, Francis Gerardy. Third Year Algebra: Ethel Grimsley, Marian Hoffman. Bookkeeping: Lois Sonnedecker, Kermis Johnson. Chemistry: Willard Harrison, Anna Marie Embree. BAND-Parker, Seagondollaii Brown, Stephenson, Allen, Parrington, Wilson, Brown, Hammer, Schultz, Ryerson, Williamson, Davis, Eaton, Showalter, Freeman, Wel- born, Clogston, Aitken, Steen, Berg, Northcutt, Phillips, D. Jones, Fleming, E Jones. ORCHESTRA-Hinze, Berg, Finley, Ganse, Tholen, Chase, Wesley, Mayes, Beach, Roberts, Willey, Lamb, Gordon, Steg, Parker, Hammer, Shultz, Ryerson, Ziegler, Seagon- dollar, Allen, YVilson, Phillips, Aitken, Steen, Tholen, Mr. Forrest Buchtel, Director. Page 53 Emporia C35 Glub Fifty members, with a good per cent of attendance, plenty of enthusiasm and interest, is the record of our Hi-Y club the past year. Students and faculty have given the necessary encouragement to make the club the leading boys' organi- zation of the school. It is a democratic organization in which any 'boy can parti- cipate on equal terms with other boys of our school. The program of the club is built around its purpose, t'To create, maintain and extend throughout the school and community, higher standards of Christian char- acter." All regular meetings include Bible study on the program. Self-analysis blanks were filled in by prospective members concerning facts relating to the selec- tion of their life work. These formed the basis for a series of meetings during the fall on vocational guidance, led by prominent business men of the town. The club aided-with the state conference held in Emporia, also sent delegates to Ottawa and Camyp Woodl The social life of the club was fostered by "Eats" every two weeks, held either in the high school diningroom or at the HY." The meetings of the inter- vening Weeks were held during school time at 10:30, they taking the place of chapel. Meetings were held with the Girl Reserves, Father-Son and Mother-Son dinners were given, and in general a wholesome, friendly spirit was engendered among the members. Sponsors of the organization were: Marshall Randall, T. S. Trigg, DeWitt Lee, Mr. Duffy, and John R. Williams. Officers for the past and coming years include: 1925 1926 President -..--- --- Jay Thomson Harold Bishop Vice-President -- -- Winton Corbett Jack Wilson Secretcwy ....- -.-.. L oy Harris KennethVSa1nuel To'easm'er -.- -- Kenneth Samuel Whitley Austin Page 54 F 37.61121 dl. Girl RSETU6 Cjllub The Girl Reserve Club is one of the largest organizations in school. This year there have been more than two hundred active members. The club met every other week in the auditorium. The theme for this year was carried out by the girls in the club representing Pilgrims. The ,service committee had charge of the annual Thanksgiving dinner at the County Farm. They also successfully aided in the sale of Christmas seals. Poor Q 1 children were guests at a party given about a week before Christmas. The World Q. Fellowship committee also sent a box to China about this time. The plan of having monthly dinners at the Y. W. CQ A. was continued this year. l Other social affairs have been a lawn party, a farewell for the senior II's in the form of a kid party, and a hike. Also this year the high school faculty gave a play, "Adam and Eva," for the benefit of the Girl Reserves. Delegates were sent to the two conferences this year. Nine girls, Miss Thomson and Miss Ice, represented the club at Estes Park last sumaner and sixteen girls ac- companied by Miss Thomson attended the convention held at Ottawa in March. OFFICERS President - ---- --- Constance Ross Program --- -- Charlotte Schaffner Vice-President --- --- Helen Hovgard Service --- --- -- Mary Stephenson Secretary --.- -- Lida .Belle Link Soial ------..--.--.. Helen Nutting Treasurer -- -- Doris Brayden World Fellowship -- Florence Lehman ADVISORY COMMITTEE ' Miss Shirley Thomson, Miss Marion Howard, Miss Mae Hancock, Miss Olinda -- f Meeker, Miss Ellen Ice, and Miss Violet Haynes Page 55 M1 Q1 its 23? 211 Q! 1 1 i F L , ii! ,ii 152 VS 4 ke ii yi: N iii Hi Fl ii! ll his L ! 1 1 I I i x ga IQ? iii Ni nl, iEI if! egg is k 1 :Ez iii iii UZ Page 4 DEBATE CLUB-Brewster, Schaffner, Bellinger, Jones, Bishop, Link, Miss Martin, Lawrence, Ross, Anderson. SENIOR CLASS PLAY Stowe, Ford, Thomson, Davis, Mayes, O'Mara, Nutting, Draper, Miss Martin, Gilson, Jones, Ross, Gerardy, Davis, Aitken, Galt, Hamble, Drennon. 56 ICEBOUND"-McMaster, Rickerd, M. Jones, Winn, Aitken, Ford, H. Nutting, Wil- son, Cowan, B. Jones, Hamble, Marguerite Jones. C1,o'r111N1: AND TEXTILE EXHIBIT-Graber, Smelser, Sierer, Jones, Caldwell, Sellers, Johnson, Jensen, Ricard, McPr0ud, Ulm, Simpson, Onstad, Bixler, Clogston. Page 57 Page MANUAL TRAINING EXHIBIT-The work of the manual training department at the Emporia high school the past year has been the best and most extensive of any previous years. One of the best exhibits was held in NeWman's display win- dows, for one week. The Work was done by both junior and senior students. 58 ll ivnqn .. V d E V if W z N- ?jf5V A 'Y,fg 'I A i , , 1 1i4gf121f2m4.f2f - -" 1, 4' , 3 ' ff1?Qfgy Z Faculty? E - Page 59 I W vig. i GE? Lincoln i C'Y.f"U Q' ag -of ' g QQ-1 -' ,gt Page 60 Llncoln was a man who never forgot the unfor- tunate. The best example of his love for his people is the story of William Scott. William Scott, a young boy from Vermont, who after marching for forty-eight hours offered to stand guard for a com- rade Who was sick. Weariness overcame him, and he was found sleeping at his post, Within gun shot of the enemy. He was tried, and sentenced to be shot. Mr. Lincoln heard of the case and Went to the tent Where Scott was under guard. Lincoln talked veryikindly to the young boy, asking him about his home and particularly about his mother. The boy took from his pocket the picture of his mother and handed it to Lincolng he sat there a few minutes and then as he was starting to leave, he said, "My boy, you are not going to be shot to- morrow." The lad was so overcome with gratitude that he could hardly say a word, but finally man- aged to say, "Thanks, Mr. Lincoln." Lincoln then asked him how he intended to pay for this, and the boy offered him money but Lincoln shook his head and said, "My bill is a great deal more than money, the only person who can pay the bill is William Scott. If from this day on he does his duty so that when he comes to die he can truly say 'I have kept my promise I gave the presidentj then the debt is paid." Scott went back to his company, and the debt was fully paid, for a few months later, he fell in battle. ' "You can fool some of tlie people all the time, rmcl all of the people some of the time, but you crm't fool all of the people all of the time." -ABRAHAlX'I LINCOLN. X ' x Y-M ,AY M. , ,WWW-Y , .,,, - - f '-+1-SP X s-:E-fi . K. .. , T' 'wwf f--Y - fi f if t 4 if Q " 5535 fan? , " kk 'Sf .-Q-QJQLTQLXL 5g:4..s,.m.5.J "T" I-.g 5,-'ggg' fr' ' - M' if F,Ls.x.,ei.xf1':",--'JG-:W ,,1j!:'f1. 3 f,...."'-.2 Lf, ,IM X1 M. ,N 'Lau . ,X qg., 3 A -. X in .L-,gi -QXM4 4,,,,,,,J x Y L... ' ' ' f V5 :H .H Us .gg RICE E. BROWN, A. B., A. M. College of Emporia -A 1 .1 .vs K, . A 5 , ,, ,. 5,1f,f,1-' Li if 'Y is if 252 ss l si A ' Q53 w IQ Hz wh MH 141 M as 5: 1 U 1 WW LE ,g H Nl lr 1,1 1: ll 1? X I ly' ,M ii 1- IU ,V ilu. 'xygu H NF! T1 ri fge WE s University of Kansas 1 S Principal ,E fi ' wgs W7 fl? ii? H2 :Ek Hs 253 'S E13 Qzf :li Hi I M, Q uf , ,, ,Q-Y.. 1 V ,XA ' " ' 'i :. -f."75-ff.-.2 ',fv:2f's7i5 Tj' 'U-174 V:-J sf 'f-I, , -' f "J , , -' ' ,-s,,y,.4.,,fw -- QQ:-g-H1r'1, 'ez -X 1 ' LQ... ib:,Js..4i.",L.,.1si5l: Page 61 P K Qs 2 ZW iii 5 E Vi 1 i ii i l, , 1 l 1 la wi' if E ri 595 Til if' 'E H it li' sl :U ' E vi P . .H m 'z :bf 555 si, t . ,. HE iii Vi H' v .iw W. ,. 1. l I 1 Page ' . . , fi XL-- . ., "f 1' X 3,,e,.,jA,,15,2i..,1,'. N ,?3f.A,37egQg'g' ff W 1' -Ain - 1121 "1-- ,,f ,f '-.Q-,Q sg.. v, ,4IQ:,.5,f if 1 A, A ,lf mAiat1iiQai.e,a2A 4' ru it ,1.A:.fzi 5. 51 ,J ,-fi, A A f g ,. ,Mx Nqr" .ug I ETHEL BROOKS, A. B. College of Emporia. Registrar CARL BARNHART, B. S. BERTHA HAMILTON, A. B., A. M. University of Indianag University of NVisconsin. Dean of Girlsg American History E. MAY HANCOCK, B. S. Kansas State Teachers College. 1 St t 1 1 C H Ll. - iansas a e "eac1ers 0 egcg ' llC2lU'0 51010911 University. D H Domestic Science FORREST L. BUCHTEL, A. B. Simpson College: Chicaffo Universityg , Northwestern Univergityg Chicago VIOLEF HAYNES' A' B' . u Musical College. University' of Kansasg University of Director Band and Orchestra Wlsconsm' , ' , English MARGARET DEAN Kansas State Teachers Uolleg,,e. CORA' E' HELD H Physical Education kansas State lefiehers Co e?e. Commercial Arithmetic JENNY P. DoUGLAss, A. B. it College Of Emporiag Chicago flniversityg MRS' L' C' HILL Columbia University. Latin Crescent College Art Institute. Art Director GERTRUDE HILL 62 Kansas State Teachers Collegeg North- western University. Music Supervisor '-'frNf""f"'f"cfs" ' -V. 51 a'45"E'ef'i3Q"'7'3"P"T'?faC1lPfN21ief'f: 'ff'-F? . . m e V 41 'S if .few tfifvla fry if-3 f .1 .ie , ea gy P 1:3 1 ,Jr ,5,53g:g,gg,lc:i.f.z'Lg,1.:.:.LZ,,,-f,f,,e.....i-.. ,ze-.. -' -A .eg.gg.L:T.1:feg,iu.ve,:.:.'...4.ge,.L.. K I Av E I ,xV, . ,,1-,. . . .--.., ,i.v.,Mw7f" . ,rj-L will .L ??'fL,gU,x1.f. EL L .A L . A '9 .... , Jian? r L-vikff N Y L f 1 'T zzwx.. 'f , -33 .gl T, A-A l , -.gwff-A A , reg .k 5,5 ,ug A .-as 14.wggg,. A-., gt,-.T ' 't -N .A AT-2?A1"4gA.:wEQ.3 , . .KM + 3 F if ' . .. 3. XLS, . , A ,,. 3..JgfQ:".r.': - 1 , In-TH :'5'f,. 1 A"-.1 s x 0 ,M we F J-d vi .... ..t.'..'...-...A ' , f f T, e' A- mera.-. W..,.A fi .Chr f fl, W . 53? IW I 1 fl Q1 .I' Psi 'I 1,5 si? ii? Zig ggi EF' QE Ul- 35. :U A23 if ai 'i .. il? g 3 leg Qi ii 14 . .53 lt. f., iii lisa MARION HOWARD, A. B. ... HELEN C. KAHN, B. S. . 1 Ulzligfglgify Of 19211152185 CUl01'LLdO Ulli- Kansas State Teachers College, . y' I 4 Commerce if Languages it Vnwlt E. Hum-, A. B., B. S. GEORGE A- LODLE . 'gl College of Emporia: Kansas State Stag'i1eIneStiggfgb5,anSas State Teachers li Teachers College: Chicago University. g ' g' ' Social Scienceg Economics Manual ANS I Hi ELLEN ICE, A. B., A. M. CHARLES D. LONG University of Kansas, Southwestern Business College, Wiclii- H-t A tag Gem City Business Collegeg Kan- xg? is my sas State Teachers College. Njlg M. Accts' Commerce ig IWAUDE JACKSON, A. B. ' KI McPherson College: University of Kan- Sasg Colorado Universityg Kansas THORA MARTIN, B. L. 5,2 State Teachers College' Northwestern University, School of History Speech. gig Speech gg HARRY R. JAMES, B. S. gig Kansas State Teachers Colleffeq Kansas State Agricultural CollegegDUniversity OLINDA A' MEEKER' PH' B' of VVisc0nsin. College of Wooster. 53, Chemistryf Physics Spanish . Lf W C. U. NICHOLS, A. B. if? Kansas City Ifniversityg University of QQ: Colorado. Assistant Principalg Commerce . , Qi? I ' , f"f""" V" "1 ' 7 .' K ?TT"fNi'Sf7"-7 "li-"'i S' Wi 1' X1 . , A nf:A'A,ivN'V xygvn' f'R'f,'3,,.f,-'kyQuiyfiifz Qfeizv T '35-,j L.. M. ., , . -A ,. L1 "':23.3:r.....W f2L.2f..tlffi..1..gig.44,..,....gg-i..4L.A:px... ,1.. gi ' Page 63 . V1 ll l .gg I li El ll ,I El fl Us li as ll iii . i EI gl his 's . ll v 1 I I s Page x F. JAY SOUTH, B. S. Y Kansas State Teachers College: Chicago Vniversity. ELIZABETH POTTER, A. B. College of Emporia, University of Cali- fornia. Librcwiang Study Hall Supervisor Printing M. ETTA PRICE, A. B., A. M. Park Collegeg University of Chicago. English SHIRLEY THOMSON, A. B. College of Emporia, Columbia Univer- sity. 4 English W. R. RAPP, A. B. College of Emporiag Kansas State Teachers College: Kansas State Agri- cultural Collegeg Drury College, Mis- souri. T. S. TRIGG, B. S. Baker Universityg Kansas State Teach- ers College. Physical Education Mathematicsf History ADAH WADE, B. S. Columbia. University, Kansas 'State Teachers College. Mathematics MARY D. SCHMALZRIED, A. B. University of Kansas: Chicago Univer- sity. English ELEANOR A. SIRPLUS, A. B., A. M. University of Kansasg University of MARIAN WELCH, B. S. Kansas State Agricultural Collegeg Colorado. l'nivcrsity of Kansas. Science Textiles and Clothing JOHN R. WILLIAMS, B. S. Kansas State Teachers Collegeg Kansas State Agricultural College. Chemistfryg Agriculture 6 If Junior Tliqh Page 66 i gn -EJJWFPLL ' ' : x I , ., ,, u Gllammn mth Artiuiiirn - Ig K Page 68 FRESHMEN QJUNIOR HIGHJ-White, Scheel, Cowan, Sutton, Fry, Clevenger, White, Williams, Brown, Covley, Martin, Markley, Theys, Thomas, Fehr, Parrington, Winn, Wilson, Jacob, Gufler, Hanna, Tholen, M. Collins, C. Collins, Swanson. SEVENTH AND EIGHTH GRADES-Bair, Petty, Setty, Ace, Findley, Galt, Cannon, Nich- olson, Heath, Vandervelde, Bellinger, Widick, Peak, Finley, Lindley, Brown, Findly, Ferrebee, Campbell, Hoffman, Schmidt, Anderson, Sprague, Souders, Munson, Rake, Wolever. Page 69 Page JUNIOR HIGH ORCHESTRA-Hanna, Hinze, Yost, Cole, Grant, Hoffman, Marx, Lewis, Reser, Patton, Richmond, Curry, Jones, French, Johnson, Wood, King, Mellinger, Weddle, DeLay, Kramer, Vandervelde, Bunch, Mott, Hawkins, Breed, Munson, Bunch, Samuels, Lee, Bishop, Maynard. CITIZENSHIP CONTEST-MGYSF, James, Wilson, Bradfield, Hammond, Smith, Mott, Frances, McLaren. Q 70 ' . ' - 7 A: . . '+z?axfef.'-. Y '1"'N-f6- , 5:15 :s' N was ' 1: f . 3 , i . 119 - 'TI Y W1 am ai FF l ee - . if ex- -1, e X ,g :'!iw.::1Z':3: 'M 3-'sim-:sian 1-, .lffnsz-asv.. :.. J ,N N". s:.fEwss!r.-. Q' I2 . X I J I - E, v:- ' - - V x ' 7, cm. -.g W4 iid! il NJ JN 1,4413 M, if -1,3 W l GIRL RESERVE PICTURE-Hanna, Brown, Ferrebee, Gault, Bixler, Mott, Shoop, Nich- olson, Cross, Meridith, Starr, Rake, Hinze, Lattin, Waldrop, Gibson, Rees, Camp- bell, Conway, Green, Brown, Mellinger, Finley, Hanna, Burrell, Maher, Cravens, Conway, Lehmen, Kramer, Bradfield, Cooper. Girl Rservo The Girl Reserve of the Junior high school is a new organization sponsored by Mrs. South. It was organized in September with eighty-five members and the num- ber has been increasing during the school year. The meetings are held every two weeks, the various committees having charge of the programs. Once each month the chapel time is given over to the organiza- tion. The attendance' has been good and many who are not members have attended the meetings. O ' f The service committee collected money, food and clothing for the needy and distributed them at' Thanksgiving and Christmas time. This committee has also sold candy at all basketball games at the Junior high school. The girls enjoyed a hike in the fall. At Christmas time all the girls of the school were invited to a Christmas party. ' OFFICERS 1 President -..----.a-----.------.- -- Nadine Gibson Vice-President -..-..--------------.. Rosalie Hanna Secretary ......---.--.--- ....-.... R uth Bixler Treasurer -.-----..-.------ .... M argaret Lewis Service Committee -..-..----..----.---. Helen Cross Social Committee -..-.....---- Martha Alice Bradfieid Finance Committee ...-.-----.-..-- Margaret Lewis Poster Committee -..-.. -.-..--..--. P auline Maher Membership Committee ....----.-..... Rosalie Hanna r SPONSORS Mrs. South, Miss Co ' wePMiss Brickell, Miss Jones, Miss,,,BQQsSsf, E. l 4 ,'5p,.f?,,,frs .. . . 5 -.L-'S!"'fY5,.,u J -x !5 .. vim: .313-': is-H.. - 'Mn:e?,gy af .1 . :E . e.!"-::3fii?f APS 5 1- 95 755, 1 4 -f'-in gf,-. ' . .. " S , ' sf-ee-' -If s.: T' f-::- 1:11551-.mae ff 1- . . . - , 5 r'-' , , 1, - f . -gin! - riffftf 2 15 H:-. Qb f H. f . u ni ., .Tai-,, ' L., .ara . 7' 0. .. ,,sa1.,,.,..a1g , .d5,,,,..-R. ':f5J1w:" ..-5a:iia'fsS5i1...v:am5:2!:i . Page 71 uf is ,. ,As . -ss 'S fi' , X x 1 ' NX -.., .. 1 un ,, 4 , . -N.. --s -0. rf- rv: . . If -rQS5e:fS:5:a 2' ar it -fir " ' 1a2.g5:.- - , . Eiuizz-3 ,gqggat .zu , 13- 1:3511 ' . I x :::..gg A-1 -.-.-::-.'12.a, --4 Q-n..z-. .sf:. I A : m:.::: ,, . . , , - X " 1 ' I Q lr x. , 7 six I If TX , ffffxjxxg: f 1 - 'A . W .1 XMAZQD l amor Cytlgh gage ,Season a access 'Despite Ggzfve Losses Although the Emporia Junior high basketball team did not have a flashy season, it can truly be said to have been successful. This was the first year a team had been organized and of 13 games played, eight were victories. During the regular season of eight games, the highs won' four and lost four but the strongest teams in the state were met including Liberty high of Hutchin- son, which won the state junior high title. Sherman high of Hutchinson was beaten twice and Chanute, champion of southeastern Kansi was soundly thrashed in the first game of the season. After the tournaments were over the team played two games with the Roosevelts and one with the faculty, winning all three easily. Coach Alfred Smith changed his lineupnfrequently and sixteen boys played on the team at some time during the season. Several were lost at the end of the first semester when they graduated to the Senior high. Rice Brown, jr., forward, is far ahead in scoring with 74 points. Prickett is second with 33. The season record: ' Emporia 13, Chanute 4. District Tozwnament ' Emporia 15, ElDorado 25. EmlO0Ti9- 24, A11911 11- Emporia 7, Liberty 16. State T0'W'A7WWeWt ,Emporia 19, Newton 28. Emporia 10' Liberty 21' Emporia 16, sherman 15. , , P08f'Se'lS0'L Games Emporia 20 Sherman 8 Emporia 22, Roosevelt 0. ' ' Emporia 28, Roosevelt 4. Emporia 19, Newton 10. Emporia 24, Faculty 13. Emporia 8, Liberty 16. Total 217, Opponents 171. fl- "" "': ' ' Page 72 x . ., -. J , ., ..g... on s:'q.--:':::- .- .V '44-5-:w-5: - :..?-'-g: ex pq. . , . . -..-f-,--..-- . - Lx xi--av-'--: 4 F :ate---.-1 .--.bjkv - :- fufiifi-Zi . ll ' 122333922 Y- - F 'S-9 l f f. 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" ijg,,fx la, -' REPRESENTING EMPORIA SCOUTS ' Troop 6-James Bradfield, Gerald Young, Louis Richardson, Kenneth Rinker, Harry Smith, jr., Troop 8-Charles Terry, Troop 5-Kenneth Ace, David Morgan, Chester Adams, Wallace Estell, Emmett Jones, Howard Knight, Troop 3- George Osborne, Troop 4-Joe Weigand, Sam Thomas, Troop 2-Clement Park- er, Willard Harrison, Robert Spiker, Troop 1-Paul Phillips, Glen Underwood, Fred Schmidt, Harry McMaster, Louis Jones, Glen Phillips. Scoutmaster C. H. Barnhart, Troop 5, Scoutrnaster H. R. James, Troop 2, Scout Director L. A. Duffy. BOY SCOUT EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE Honorary Committee-L. A. Lowther, W. A. White, Finney, J. T. Adams, F. B. Heath, DeWitt Lee. Executive Committee-E. C. Ballweg, Dr. H. C. Smith, Clair K. Turner, J. V. Paxton, Lon Glass, W. E. Haynes, R. B. Downs, C. U. Nichols, E. E. Anderson, F. J. Eccleston, O. J. Nuffer, M. G. Hooker, L. A. Duffy fScout Directorj. LEADERSHIP OF TROOPS Troop Committees Troop 1: Rev. D. F. Cross, Chairman, F. E. Pennington, John R. Williams, Scoutmasier-Joe B. Weber, Assist- ant Scoutmaster-Wm. L. Weber. . 1 L. L. Clark, Scoutmaster-Ray H. Troop 5: Rev. H. W. Stowell, Chair- ' Reser, Asm. Scoutmasters-Rev. D. F. man, O. J. Nuffer, W. A. Larkin, G. A. Cross, Leonard Kerwick, Dr. Fulton. Buzzard, Scoutmaster-Carl H. Barn- ' T 2: R I C' L. Hx d Ch - - hart, -Assistant Scoutmasters-Gen C. EY azii. Swiss, RE:.2Haf:a.... . Scoutmaster-H. R. James, Assistant -R' B. Downs, Roger ,lgripletty Dei Trfggugmasigigfvlg' ggjjillnsdhairman. Witt Lee, F. A. Beach, Scoutmaster 3 ' - ' f ' - . U. G. Agrelius, Assistant E' E' Anderson' J' V' Payton' WI' Scoutmaster-Homer Stephens. E' Haynes, ,scoutmastef-Theo' Ad' Troop 8: Rev. W. E. Gilliam, Chair- dleman, Assistant Scoutmaster-Rob- man. M G' Hooker Frank Taylor ert Clogston- Wm., West, Dr. J. Ji Carter Alonzd Troop 4: Father Prosper Stemann, O. Walls, Wm. Elliott, A. E. Terry, J. E. F. M., Chairman, F.J. Eccleston, John Helm, E. I. Henderson, Scoutmaster hiTholegf Apjggs, ,,IiWKrugger, W 3CarL,H, Rogers. if L-, LLL- A 5 af fa ze- 1 " ' ' .. fan, 'ff?.v,.2'5? 3 - . V 1 V Page 7 3 ' i T1 " 15?-1 - A . 13? 'W' + -53"'3'3'l"'il "9'i'W15f55 ,V ,- ' ?i'4fZf5:'55' 'S ' -e v ' H ' ' , . . '. fd ' ' 'I new-w if , 5 ? rd' - r ',"'Hw. ' . 999' Ami,-78. mf, Q-'alba-5-3.. .. X-af, -in .xu.... .,,. g:3.:5i??!n ,-, 3-.lralxu-Q.. If 24 . . , - D ' ,- ,, .- Y . 1 . - X if-N f ' A A -,, x Y X -:vu ,I L,--1 sf- ,1 , K- S 1' V lvl! - ge,-If ' ...pf X f W- 4 l , sooUTs IN CAMP ' Cooking meals out-of-doors. ll roxv of pup tents ready for inspection. Scouts learning First Aid. Scouts extinguish their camp fires before leaving camp. THE SCOUT OATH: QQ THE SCOUT LAW? On My Honor I Will Do ,W A Scout IS My Best X :Q To do my duty to God and 6 Trustworthy Obedient mY C0Uf1f1'Y, and to Obey the V 7 Loyal Cheerful Scout law? ' A We A Helpful Thrifty To help other people at all , A . , timesg VN wr ' Q Friendly Brave To keep myself physically Courteous Clean strong, mentally awake and 625, K. d R rent morally straight. C' PP' " In eve ' u A Scoufs Motto Is "Be Q "Do a Good Turn Dazly Is the Preparedu Q Scout Slogan "The Boy Scout movement is distinctly an asset to our country for the develop- ment of efficiency, virility and good citizenship."--THEODORE ROOSEVELT. ' Nl vdsh every boy in Punerica could have the advantage and honor of being ag the Boy Scout organization."-WARREN G. HARDING. Scouting is foursquare: Physically, Mentally, Socially, Religiously. . The scoutmaster is the keyman in the Whole Scouting program. Therefore, this page of Scouting is respectfully dedicated to him. i X 'F ' : N .u l'l " '5 'l kia ri... ' " .. Km. ::.:1H Page 71, 2 ,, ' Im. 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X .fx :f::32:i'E. -- 5 'f 5655: . U ,U T 1 W N y -9:4 v NN W .- All .. 5 , - , X 1 - -- -s......, xwyx - xffl . 1 HUIVIPHREX' W. JONES, A. B. Pvincipal Kansas State Teachers College University of Kansas if i 'Zin' in' Yi Y AV - ',, ' .g. -. -...-'fi'5E5'5'-9216232153533 -. 527: :H '1 fi ' 5 f '- .. .1 51515-9'----5--.-:. v-s.eLwf?J1-zw!3'2i'.-1fv:v.::ana.::,. .-ff.. .-1.1-:mf-zwf:-:vf:v:: ' .fa,..." .. '.,-an. ....:f:a's:fia:S:swa?4'ssMfi..e.'iuSiwz5?u,..GE5!25'55HfI5f . Page 77 . U..Qfji3 , V SQ 1, , -M----if ' K-' ,A A .. A .i.,...,,. 'N ' ' -"M PM ' ,, -R Q. ?.gZ',iJ1"'-L Q Me- 4- ..Rf...??? if , - v .R - I I' V mf X i F'?a'3:iTf'5L. i , :U-LZ.-.1::iQM -,A . ' -5fW7?S:ii Fir' 1, . -" -3' f I HQM .W X . f 1 .fig 'gfgx',x.4' -A X1 .2 ' V ' fs 2-L, ',h ff- - X1 X '15 'X '41 A ' if! X"-H. 'N Sffgf x 'J - V!-1' .J Emi EVELYN ARMSTRONG, A. B. College of Emporia. English HELEN BRICKELL, B. S. Kansas State Teachers Collegeg sity of Chicago. Home Economics Univer- INEZ CORNELL, A. B. Vlasllburn College. Mathematics MZARIE HAYNES, B. S. L. A. DUFFY University of Denver, Colorado. Geography DOROTHY EASTMAN Life Certificate, Kansas State College. Teachers Mathematics CHARLOTTE M. CURRY, A. B., A. M. College of Emporiag University Of Cali- fornia. - Citizenship Life Certificateg College of Emporiag Kansas State Agricultural College. Englishg Home Economics . A L ,"" R " "15g.1 ..'f1." 5 - ig .. . A 5 ez -.W ff fu I- K - ' -. Q 'J ,if.,'Tl'k W' R'gi2Qf9.,.E:Ne-fieiei-f'3y4?QTl.fi,,6, .L E,Af.ff?a1??v::f:, .S2?"".""i 4-40lAhJf.3..L.9-'-i-vp ' 'J'vxQ..A...u.. ,..:.-in---L.-.., ,.-g.ga...x.L.L-Um-fu X 4: ' ,'n"1'4" -f V - "f -Y '- A' ' A"-'-M -1-- 1 ---4 - " Page 78 V ... .. . ,.-, . -YY, Y Y W Y 4 1- 1. feeeef' .3 . S .... iff X ,ml . he 5 2' lem-J gf' lx - Nl . -A F' if .,,w ' .,, 1 . xx , A if , AJ X372 l MARGUERITE HUNTER, B. S. RUTH MCKEE, A. B. Kansas State Teachers COIIGUEQ Ameri- G '. can College Physical Education. Collebe of Exgwtqrld' I, . . . - 1 ' Plzyswal Trammg ' K Z mem up CHARLOTTE HOWEY B. S. BIRCHLYN MARSHALL, B. S. Kanszw State Teachers College Missouri State Teacliers College, 'War 1 ' , 'G ' rensburg, Mo. , English ' l CATHERINE H. JONES, B. S. ALFRED KIRK RAMY, B. S. Kansas State Teachers Collegeg Univer- Kansas State 'l'eache1's Collegeg Kansas sity of Chicago. State Agricultural College. History General Science ALICE RICHARDS, A. B. College of Emporiag Columbia Univer- sityg Kansas State Teachers College. .'.': T.. I vm . --.- 5531.11 .Lawn ...lv .,v 3.3 -5-Q,:?w'q,,:Q-vm ..v- Ei,..3:.L:A,,,....,.!,,,::!5',E.?:!a'V T. 'qa.,..,. .litvtgt .Al 5521... - gig, I ' -. Q 351: f . ' .. --ef? g...-' 'N-I 23 f .1 I--,if T -A ., -- ' Page 79 r W W W r K. W I r 1 L M bww-df NWA 'V fbbu- V 5f' . m U:i:-W, .Q VM- J, XT, .A W at 33,2 ,V 1 W ff DT 22 fg, lp, QT 'A F857 . .er 2? 'X' .135 ia?-5.91. -L, --If:-LR'-:R M5 jafi5'::5E:'f:?E 1.0 ,.g 15- rg-'?a3F5525E.Slfl ' Lf.'Ela5Af.-L if ' , X. V793 'X ffl A.4,,,JX if cs, ,' vwfl-ff W W W W W IRMA REBS, B. S. Kansas State Teachers College. English T. A. STITES, B. S. Kansas State Teachers College, Pitts- burg. ' Industrial Arts """' ALFRED D. SMITH, B. S. Huntington Collegeg Kansas 'State Teachers College. Y Health and Physical Education VERDA M. SOUTH, B. S. Kansas State Teaicliers Collegeg Chicago University. Geography HATTIE TIRBALS, A. B. College of Emporia. Secretary LILLIAN WHITBY, A. B. College of Emporia. Latin MRS. ROSE WRIGHT, R. N. School Nurse W X . lr l a ik 1- . .,,m.-Wag, I . I ,V V Q v , . -15: ..Efg-vx,E35g-.-v.g+:-.giggirjfiig-Eik?.---fgf- - mf -- f-. .. 1, . ' 1' - 'ff - '- . :- - -. --:::':, :.. , ,--'- s :- ' -- . T:,:mX5,.g.,, figs , A - , .. . . , R . l5,,,m.,:,3,f,,:g,, .,,, L , Wggjgggq L ,' 1' . 'QW ' "K, r-Y f' 'r ,. gg :A-Q. mx:-551 9' 523 Cf? 'P i ' 2i'J":'3'-FFL" 35- fl im-'g5""-'-'Ti . . . V , -. - Q.. .. 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LOWTHER, Supeiintenclent of Schools 1 COMMITTEES Finance and Claiins Tibbals Heath Triplett Buildings and Giouncls Heath Tibbals Watkins Teachers and Salaries Triplett Daniels Heath W Supplies, Fuel and Furniture ' Watkins - Triplett Daniels Rules, Regulations and Discipline Daniels Watkins Tibbals "'1' .. .... . i P a g e 8 3 :+.viii.' . r ,- n N N + I 1 -l fs ,rfijx t 7 fi, lima. 2,-ax hah? ci, f' 'Q I f 3, '.--1- .wif nw -1-:xg l ' qt 9555: 53' V wb irlgiifsbiib' " :Z-Hinge' Q no -. EEE? .ness Z' 'r,4gf5::i:15:'- - Af if V, LN f:1ss:..,+E I , :gtiqz-:aaa Q , , -. :fn , -, H . , W " ,:- -.- . .1 11 V .1 ,, X ., .. ...... . .qi .. ,f .. ..,...... A ,,, ........ 1 , .. 7.5! J r ,. H f ' 4 A f i '. I - ' -1,4 f, X -' " ' - 'x... R,,,.,,.l,N N A--z Niuf' e Hass fljrophecym gg , g I was sitting by the fire the other evening when it all happend. Polly, my parrot, was singing "It Ainft Gonna Rain No Mo' " and my cat was purring softly by my side. As I in the daily paper, jumped up quickly, an d hurried across was sipping my- tea, my eye was attracted by some H. S. news and immediately my thoughts went back to that class of '26, I as my rheumatism had not been bothering me for the past week, the room to the bookcase, pulled out the "Who's Who," for 1940, looked inside and this is what I found. On the fly leaf were the words, "Dedicated to that famous class of '26 of E. H. S.," and bgeinning on the first page was: Maurice Aitken: Running a peanut stand on Sixth avenue. Edward Buck: Lecturing on the evils of tobacco. , James Brewster and his dancing partner, Eunice Speer, have just completed a three-year engagement at the Mayflower theater, Florence, Kan. Clifford Carr: Chef at Harvey House. Thora Chartier: Beauty doctor. ' Bernice Cheer: Leader in 'society and is still said to be engaged to a druggist. Marjorie Clark, with Dorothy Clogston and John DeLong, are working in the Salvation Army in Emporia? Alita Davis: Glerking in the Kress. Lee Davis: Running for governor. If he is elected he has promised his sister a better position. Lila Detrich: Dancing andsinging at the Electric theater, Emporia. Francis Eccleston: Superintendent of city schools of Allen, Kansas. Funston Eckdall: In jail at present. Anna Marie Embree, with Dwight Gadberry, Jenive Isaacs, Mable Dent Jones and Billy Jones, are organizing a stock company. I Francis Gerardy: In congress fighting to maintain the Volstead act. Edward Grant: Famous evangelist with 168 converts to his credit, all inmates of the asylumi at Larned, Kansas. Jack Hamble: Claims to reduce you to normal weight within 24 hours by his new, original and famous method. , Willard Harrison: Warden at stated penitentiary. 'Nellie Hughes: Working in the "Dew Drop Inn." . Marie Hunt and her husband, O. Brown, left recently for California in their Dodge. Lida Belle Link: Famous actress. Chester Lumpkins: Professor of political science at K. U. Mrs. Lloyd Shank, who was Dorothy Major before her marriage, is seeking a divorce. ' Lloyd is heartbroken as he does not know, as yet, just what he has done. Ruth Nation : Famous short story writer. Martha and Helen Nutting: Still fighting. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Thomson fGertrude O'ConnorJ have just returned from Olpe, Kan. Mrs. Thomson has been doing her spring shopping. Wilbur O'Mara: Auctioneer. ' Ormand Parker: At large. Leon Peterson and Helen Stowe are celebrating their 14th anniversary. L Myrtle Petty: A second .Nita Naldi. Evelyn Rickerd: Taking tickets at the Strand. Constance Ross: Singing before royalty. I Paul Ryerson: Principal of Emporia high school. I - ,. "'f"f''fv.1:-1wf:1f'n1Hf' 'teezsfsez-'f'24:Hi:fi:2i':2Z-ffirf'.. S37.f51'3'i57l"'l33i1Tw "Ef'-wife!-'f'''-f"f:Eeiff:-1'EJF!:Xf'f:2iaE2-"WSH-' '2H:F"'fYf'!"'h3?'1ra'- -- ,4 14k-' ,5gzg:,z' , '-gag" 'xga-:sri :aff :F 5:13 .ff-1265.121 4-iii f:-".x.-.f-Wi-:4::... -vale: J. 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Everything somehow seems rather ripe. I guess we miss the Freshmen. Tuesday, 8.-Every one beginning to look pain-stricken and forlorn but the teachers. Why should they? They only assign the lessons, we do the work. Thursday, 10.-Try-out for Girls' Glee Club today. Poor Miss Hill, We surely do feel for her. Friday, 11.-A meeting of the Girl Reserves was held after fourth hour today. One hundred sixty are signed up. We hope all of the dinnersgvill be a success, so there will be no disappointment. Monday, 14.-Scene seen in study hall: 552 31, al, 1' , ,Cx .X at , lux' " 'D sh l' 1 4 N 1, Up. mi 4. 1 X Tuesday, 15.-Chapel today as per usual. Mr. Conwell told us about Girls' Week and Mr. Williams and Mr. South made us all ,homesick for vacation. . Wednesday, 16.-The Seniors held their first meeting -in the study hall at 3:25. Thursday, 17.-The Girl Reserve "Get-Acquaintedn party was held on the lawn of Mrs. D. A. Hirsch- ler's home this afternoon. Wednesday, 23.-Annual recognition service was held today in the gym. Constance Ross gave a greeting to the new girls from the Girl Re- serves. Friday, 25.-Nothing exciting in school today. The old teachers will entertain the new tonight, but we won't be included. Monday, 28.-Rhythmic Circle held its first meeting today. Marguer- ite Jensen was showed into the of- fice of president and "poor" Doro- thy Clogston and Gayle Snodgrass were elected vice-president and secretary-treasurer. y Tuesday, 29.-Chapel today in honor of Girls' Week. I. T. Richardson talked on the subject of "Women,l' handing us out many pretty com- pliments. OCTGBER Thursday, 1.-First Girl Reserve din- ner was "eaten" and enjoyed this evening. Food was good and pro- gram fine. We hope we have more like them. Friday, 2.-Our team, went to Flor- ence today, accompanied by those who didn't mind two unexcuseds. R mi' X' .rem ix 35115 , A j.:r.ggsg:.sx:.,r-was -1' F532 4 .-in E :::.3s,-:lssagr :gs sf :ra ' . ..4. - . ' 53:1-.17:.:5,::Q-'ft' , -3-,Q ,-g ks- ': ras :sae - : : :a.gs-fsmaa' ,. mag, ' " .sa ' 5... "' .f,....' .. ..+... ...a?a:meza:f.'ma.sf,ie..ivraSfiEf m l? age 92 .au .va . .- ,-. ,N - , ,X .- .y N 'SJC x 7' 21 y V' X 7' Ks-X J Tb, i D 3' I 7, .R-,ram-r,' gs - 3, .ei eases 2 as L, gs. Q. ' hh- -r-'--'--:- ' "T:-:-:sua . '-:::. .--2:-I-.-21 ' :Sri-i-51-' ' X -frifffiea , , H . lie-ga-'.':: , J ,-.,:-1 T - ei!-asf: , iazaarif.-me TWW .-fsfnseft G-'X s- - . ,si51a1-we N Q 1 K -x. ..,:.-...-1, .5 .. 3 -,N ,,,.......:. ,s-. ---- - 1-.Y , . - x , ---- . f I , 41- ' . 1, ' If K , - --A L is x.-, A.,,,,:1'X if 13-Q The rest of us were cheered, how- ever, when we heard the, score 23-0 in our favor. Hot Dawg! Monday, 5.-The Seniors held their second meeting today. Edna Smith was elected president and Helen Nutting secretary-treasurer. ' With such officers the class of '26 ought to be "rip-snortersf' Thursday, 8.--Red and black canes with little footballs on them in- fested the Senior high today. Saturday, 10. - Game! Victory! Junction City O, E. H. S. 23! Thursday, 15.-Our band performed today in chapel. Fine band we have, even if we do say so. We had a little pep meeting, too, for the game tomorrow. Friday, 16.-We slid to victory over Hutchinson today. Oh! what mud and what a score, 19-O. Monday, 19.-Report cards! Gee! VVhat'll the folks say? Tuesday, 20.-Leota Cravens Wasn't at school today. Little things can certainly be missed. Saturday, 24.+'Twas a glorious, sloppy fight, and although Burl- ington put up a stiff fight, we out-did them by one touchdown. Emporia is up to stay. Tuesday, 27.-We had today one of the best chapels of the season. The Yellowjackets played. Mr. Nichols left during the program. Someone suggested that maybe he was prac- ticing the Charleston out in the hall. Wednesday, 28. - UIcebound" was given tonight for the football boys. The leading lady almost lost her hair, but when the final curtain went down it was still hanging on. Thursday, 29.-Re-Echo held a meet- ing after school. Friday, 30.-"Icebound" was given before the public this evening and went over big. We tied Manhat- tan today! Cheer up, it might have been worse. NOVEMBER Tuesday, 3.-Miss Dean has been tak- ing the prints of some of the girls' feet in hygiene. We don't know whether she got any unusual speci- mens or not. Wednesday, 4.-Doris Murphy and Helen Crouse are chasing around minus their long hair. Thursday, 5. - Teachers meeting! Vacation! Hoo! Ray! Saturday, 7.-The weatherman played us dirt-y today. We went clear to Lawrence to "lick 'em,," and then the game was called off on account of snow. Thursday, 12.-Girl Reserve dinner tonight. Friday, 13.-The Em-Hi delegates went to Lawrence today. Saturday, 14.-Reeble proved his skill in jumping today by going over a fence and winning the game, 6-3, our favor. Sunday, 15.-Connie Ross entertained the G. R. cabinet to a meeting at her home today. Monday, 16.-Solis Marimfba band played tonight and pleased their audience with classical and popular music. Tuesday, 17.-Wilma Roth and Jen- nie Lynn, of the class of '25, visited here today. Guess they got home- sick. E Thursday, 19.-"Icebound" cast had a steak roast this evening at E. Z. Friday, 20.-Marion by one measley little point beat us. Sawyer's edu- cated toe missed its mark. , Monday, 23. -- Senior line party.. Didn't Pucker and Loy have a good time? , Wednesday, 25.-We broke another team's heart today. Too bad, Law- rence, we had to do it. Monday, 30.-At last the rings are chosen. It was a hard and bitter fight, but the Seniors stood the test bravely to the very end. . .. . .... ......,. ...- ..,., ...-,.-.gy-.-:mac-': 1- ---- 1:--'A-'q-.qw-1-.q."' '-ry-.:.::a-.--:-w,5f:,.,. eq: g:.':m:- '--:-x.- -EA- fq,,,g -is - rf V' if si ""' 'a 1 ' ---2:Q:::-..,:5gs:5 ,, 2- g, 1 :Q . .L 15-f ....g::s1s ' ' . f-..: gi'- 4' f ":. ' ..amessaswlia- - .. .ea '...ae?ma.ef.a :ii-""m Page 93 . . - i . . of , M ,-if X-A MW . ,- , V V E, fu , . ,,.,. e,,,c.,,,. Elrgga, l 4 fi, -gs ,. 9, , geggeggrg 4 eg -V M grep, H, V .fig-fyg.,i,f' A p.. 5 I J 3 f.gf,aew:,45 . '-5 arf -xt: 'fbi V 1 e- l'fW""3 figiaf., vt rp -.YA LGA! xA,,H,,,'X Sri S3-,Li lr DECEMBER Thursday, 3.-Members of the facul- ty were entertained with a tea to- day given by the fourth hour foods class. Friday, 4.-Juniors are to have their first party tonight. Monday, 7.-"Got a date for the ban- quet?', Tuesday, 8.-Marion Wilson showed much bravery when she closed the door of the speech room today aft- er it had mysteriously opened sev- eral times. Wednesday, 9.-The library looks very Christmasy and artistic with all the decorations. Thursday, 10.-Chapel today. "What 'cha wearin' to the banquet?" Friday, 11.-Banquet at last! We wonder why Chuck Davis was shak- ing when he went up after his Christmas present? Saturday, 12.-Fifteen G. R.'s sold Good Fellow tags downtown today. Wednesday, 16.-A special Christmas chapel today. A Christmas pageant was presented by G. R.'s and Hi- Y's. Friday, 18.-Good-bye books. Don't get lonesome 'cause we won't be back for a couple o' weeks. JANUARY Thursday, 7.-Connie R. almost blew up the high school this morning. We don't care, Connie, but do Wait until we are all out. Saturday, 9.-Eureka just didn't have a chance. But, of course, that was to be expected. Look who they were up against! Tuesday, 12.-Emporia lifted her mighty foot and stepped hard on Clay Center, 34-13. Wednesday, 13.-Bell ringers today in chapel. Say, Mr. Brown, why don't you get 'em' to do that all the time? It would save us the price of a ticket. TIL'll'1'SflIl.jj, 14.-Ten inches of snow. "Crunch, Crunch," "Owl quit put- tin' that snow down my neck!" BJDNES f Friday, 15.+Day of Days! Remem- ber, Seniors, don't eat too muchg it isn't nice. We hope Connie and Pucker live through it. Even Ruth Reeble looks shaky. Monday, 18.-Blue Monday, and yel- low, red, and green slickers. Friday, 22.-Game-Junction City 215 Emporia, that's us, 40! Tuesday, 26.-Chapel today. M.usic and pep meeting. Friday, 29.7That's it, Emmria, strut your stuff. Burlington had "nary" a chance. Saturday, 30.-Newton, sniff, sniff. Wait 'till we get you here. Bring your ambulance, you'll need it go- ing home. FEBRUARY Tuesday, 2.-Mr. Trigg in constitu- tion: "Charles, will you look up and report on the Mitchell case to- morrow?" Chuck D.: 'KYes, sir, what history can I find that in?" W l . V. 111,51 M W: wx? ,W 1, . - f . ' Q..-.,. : I:----v '-.ww 9' --, - Q f '55, 15 ,3'5i'j..1f" 1 ME Esate . ' .Q is 4 f ' 4 Y ie 1 l ,J-..-34.1- ,W-154 zqiwlf .ffe-,. M Y nam., ..W .vi-za. .u vr BR. ff' 5 . 55,8 'F h 94 X ,, I 54 f, . -rx .1 Y. , . . .Q ' ' t fY1 - .- -,-A 3 ' . - --:J ' 1' . ':.. ':g':'-meer. is -1111"-'Elf' W :L-aims' " 1 .ssicli-2 f :?i:E'::::z':5E: A ez-aYk?:1E 4-I Z1 u:m:s::1A-ni. Y iz TL .K ff 'fx Cr 'J -, XM , ' I 4 - 1 i Xl- gk- ,W ' ik 13-.5 Wednesday, 3.-Chapel today. Rev. Dando gave us one of the best talks of the year. Entertainment course tonight. Saturday, 6.-Another victory. Rah! for our side. Em-Hi 20, Kansas City, Kan., 15. Wednesday, 10.-Hardly wait until the 18th. Friday, 12.-S'too bad. Northeast, Kansas City, 29-Em-Hi 28. Well, cheer up. It might have been worse. Beat you once anyway. Saturday, 13.-Game with Kansas City, Kan. Victory again. Wednesday, 17.-It is said that the faculty giggled so much at dress rehearsal that they had to stop awhile. Can it be possible? Thursday, 18.-Well, so our faculty can act after all. Mr. Trigg looked very shiekish in his derby hat. Friday, 19.-Basketball game, and for the second time Junction City falls beneath our feet. Saturday, 20.-Manhattan, you are no match for us at all. Monday, 22.-Game with Lawrence. Another disappointed team goes home. Tuesday, 23.-Lee Davis crowned champion last night. He pulled the biggest bones of the season when he argued with the referee that he lacked one foot of'b fl outside the line. Thursday, 25.fChapel today. Gilson players presented "Pantaloon." It went over big to most of us. Friday, 26.-Manhattan, we beat you again. Saturday, 27.-Well, we have to ad- mit Newton does have a good team, but we made them fight. Newton 24, Em-Hi 16. MARCH Wednesday, 3.-Mr. Hurt is still hanging on to that old "hobby" of his. Citizenship contest was held today. ws 7 . o l. f . 'Qu R Saturday, 6.-We came out fine in f 71.3, the tournament. Now on for Man- V attan . e M Tuesday, 9.-Honor Society an- nounced today. They all got to sit v on the stage. Nice looking gang, v 'ii considering. kr Monday, 15.-The "Old Timers" who 'fl NF-T never sprouted out in balloon trousers came decked out today in knickers. We don't know whether they are entering their second childhood or not, at any rate they . -1 im.: 5 .T ' 7 ' " ::" .1 .,, ' "' . ".: , gy 15:53-5 .S i - "' 1354-,, g .. Ptgc 9.1 CAN: 1 V 'ff - --f rw at 3 P - ' ,4..,.'- 1 i w ff' in ' M " 3' , -.s.-5" 1 4' 'X .2 N-5551?-E GW' '--"1 1 it fs, .X av , if 21. L., sf,. - l ' , rf- X M M 5.251 A.,,,,jX Cl hx, H are a couple ol years late in the Friday, 9.-Honor Society banquet to- style. night. F ff Bra O v if x ' VI . 'Q X g 51231 5 , tl 0 , 597 -L' s sax? :Tru :Mi 1 gag. lu ,fllllf y gd ir. .2353 . 1 A If "Q, 332' e Faeth-Hirschler Wednesday, 17. - Another Senior scrap begins. The announcements are to be chosen. Friday, 26.-"Princess Chrysanthe- mum," Junior high operetta is to be presented tonight. Saturday, 27.-Girls' Glee Club picked out today. APRIL Friday, 2.-Louise Lawrence won first in oratorical contest tonight. Wednesday, 7.-Fashion show. Senior Monday, 12.-"Eccie" is still limping. He broke a bone in his foot while playing basketball the other eve- ning. Tuesday, 13.-Senior play practice starting in full swing today. Friday, 16.-Oratorical contest and we lost, but that's all right. "Ham" you did fine anyway. Thursday, 22.-Girl Reserve dinner tonight. Miss Welch gave a talk on her trip abroad. Wednesday, 28.-Music contest. MAY Saturday, 1.-Little H. S. students are seen tripping gaily down the streets carrying dainty wallpaper baskets filled with weeds. The prettiest ones go to the teachers who are for some unknown reasons trying to flunk you. Friday, 7.-Seniors already explain- ing to underclassmen just what they did when they were young and also handing out free advice. M ' play try-out. Basketball banquet! A11 in one day! Thursday, 13.-Girl Reserve meeting today. Monday, 17.-Miracles! Everyone is beginning to study. Wednesday, 19.-Study hall and li- brary very popular. Rather a stiff task this acquiring a term's knowl- edge in a few weeks. Friday, 21.-Senior play. Fine In- dians? Well, rather! Sunday, 23.-Baccalaureate sermon. Monday, 24.-All bright Seniors re- ' quested to quit. ' Tuesday, 25.-Symptoms of brain fever beginning to show. Xoff BANQUET Wednesday, 26.-Finals! Oh, gee! t ,"i""VW9":"Vv Thursday, 27.-More finals! "Watta" ' life! , . Friday, 28.-Hooray! Adios Seniors, ia X Q come back and see us some time. Q'-' Commencement night. I 'E .V . . . ... . . -- - -4- -1 Q- ' 1- A ---- .wr--gr -f'-f '-:e::e-'4-1:.g::-'-asf'-2-"W" .-'arm l e . . i - -' Page 96 Page .97 1- V i i I N w L K w X I w 5 5 I i , ,, Page 98 11:1mioioiuxoiuioiuxm 1 aio: ni 1 FURNITURE CARPETS DRAPERIES Our stock is the larg- est and the most com- plete in this part of the state and we fea- ture quality, service, and price. J. C. DUMM Furniture Co. 21-23 West Sixth Avenue 11121101 111010141101 1 1 is He had promrished his prom-miss that he he would not kiss her prom- iscuously While they prom-enaded through the park. But past a cer- tain prom-inent prom-ontory, he was prom-pt in breaking his prom-miss prom-ise. This did not promfote re- concilation, so she sued him for breach of prom-ise.-Red Cat. "On such a night as this Leander swam the Hellespontf' murmured Lee as he endeavored to snuggle closer. "Yes, and don't forget he Went too far and was drowned," murmured Romona as she pulled away. John Anderson: UDidn't I get my last haircut here?" Barber: "Neg We have been here only two years." Ecco ICE CREAM lces and Sherbetsp Are Always Good Made in Emporia and Sold by your dealer WWhen you are pleased l will be satisfied Oliver Tarrant Wrltchmuker, Jeweler and ' Registered Optometrist 715 Commercial Street 14020 Q l U H U l H u H H Q U ! u l H U Q l l l l ! u H H Q H Q Q - U.: Page 9.9 .. , V. - 'YT' . X ,L .L ff, 1:5 4 K I " - V ' - 'W ' LTTQ' Y N 'S 'ia?c"147n?i iii 3 - 1 2- .. iw M -. 71 L + ' X151 " Q-ya fuzwgx' U-,M ,JN Hwiiil l :tbl UI Ii. K. , . Ii fzozrioiixiiiixircl11:11:31 11:1-111111313211 2 If - 5 ! if i ' ei - - wk E! I ' is .1 ' ' b ! il g Where Satisfaction Follows Every Transaction if i Phone 162' N , i Helen N.: "Yes, I was laid up, a N J I 'he i victim of football." D Margaret: "But I didn't know V girls played football." ! Helen N.: "We don't. I sprained C my larynx at the Junction City Q game." I Smith Lumber Co. Corner Sixth and Constitution .a ll U Last summer one of the students Lumber, S was ordered not to scratch his poison - g ivy, so he got a friend to do it. Materlal and Coal Q ' . . . uD0 ' - : . you think that you will ! Candy' Frult' Plcnlc have anything to do tonight?" l Supplles Aloe: "NO-" i Kit: "Then don't come over to- ! ALWAYS THE BEST mght' g At Reasonable Prices Bob Warren: "Women! Say man, 5 4 don't mention women to me. I have i H 81 become a regular old woman hater." i , Hum: "I like the young ones best i 626 Commercial Street myself-in I I I roi HELPING E. I-I. S. STUDENTS i l Our spectacles will help you in studyingg our fountain pens will help you in i writingg our watches will help you in being punctualg our i rings, pins' and fobs will help to enliven E. H. S. spirit. i D. D. WILLIAMS 6: CO. ! Citizens Bank Building . I . L' H- 'if . 4- -...Tw V hh ,- , ,Ziyi . J:f:ii? ' T - W ,, . v ' . Q . - 'fi w f ii' sag-.. a . J i n 1- 'f P a g e 1 0 0 i if if I gl i 5 1 Jig It il 4 ml if if Ii I li li Eg ii 1 i I i , CX .i . it lu: 1. 1, Iv- ff gl hjjclx - ..,. ,,..f '-- ' J..- ,AM - - -.......,.: is ' I VI ll 10111 111:11 1 ini 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 1:1 10111112 1 1 1 1 inzlozo 5 El s Q lj ' 1 can 26 y fw - ft H Q. I1 S i f 1 For Everything in Athletics E - . H for all occaszons H McCarthy Hardware Co. WATCHI3'S lil "VVlLco'e Your Dollar Does Its Duty" RINGS H Ili! DIAMONDS E l BOUNIllESS LOVE PINS 1 . 5 :sit Ah, love is like a rubber ballg EMBLEM BUTTONS gill It bounces high and low. SILVERWARE ! But when it's bounced about too Q much, Are bought of That wears M ouL you known Q lg - II Ui a H. A. TIBBALS i tion about a tragedy." E DHL South: UVVeH?H 'Ties Your Jeuclm" E QQ "Hum": "What is my grade?" i e , Q fig Q 4 l ill LGE! i ggi 3' 5 - , m- K 7 3 yy, . ,,,- WHO s YOUR g i, ' lllr ' lj! '1' WL" Y : 0 . Eli i s az or e ' ' ! lil X N" I if xf . 41 I E 1 R .1 N ' . : Xj, Q - The Little Schoolmaster Says. II gg ll l' "Are you careful to weigh values and get Q maximum usefulness from your' clothes, Q V5 . furnishings and shoes as you are in buying ' .5 other things? You surely ought to be." E 1 : 'Q 4'r HANCOCK at BANG i ll my -fr The Model Clothing and Shoe Com,ymny is 1 619 Commercial Street E covvmsnr av ' - ,il .V.f'RlC co. Y IU E A g 1? lQOQlQiliiQili-lQQlllilQQllliQl-lUll.i' ii! 5 lv il? sii ,,.. . ,,V, I ,,v,, .,:,,.:VV 'N e".'s ' A , E fl Page 101 ,gunz-214.11111-L-:zzz::-:i::x1m:'1---43--1 i .... - - ! 3 Sporting Goods Headquarters E You will always find the aww things in sporting goods at this store. 3 Radio, Auto Accessories, Hardware, Silverware, Household E Goods, Paints and Varnishes. I 2 TI-IE I-IAYNES HARDWARE CO ll H Phone 105 Emporia, Kan Q -- - eff- -V W, W .., U Helen told me Smiths gave a party U for the kids. And Martha sang for Lunches, ICC Creafn, H them. I says to Bus afterwards: E "Did she sing 'Forever and For- Mllk' Cream' Candy E ever?"' He says: "I donna know. 1 H I had to go home at half past tend, Ei,'61'Qjfllfi?'lg in C0w,f'ectionery Line Q Bus Moon: "Hey, you, loan me - ' U four bits to eat on." H Maurice Mayes: "Gosh, man, Turkish Candy CO. H you'll break your teeth." H u Mutual Building 599 Loan g Association A I C No. 12 East Sixth Avenue 91090101 1 3 1 14:1 xr: 1 1 1 211 1 3 1111130301411 1 ms 1 113 Page 102 fwhifhi Q liiliiililllilliiiiilliblllQililTlO? l l ! U I U U U Q U R ! i l l Q i U l-A dl A A A n ! . ' 3 T 0 the Students of Emporza i ' . i H zgh School. , Here are some of the advantages of having a State College in ' your home town: A wide selection of courses from twenty-five different de- partments including a faculty of one hundred and twenty Q members. ' Two or three years of a standard general college course, . good anywhere, for those who do not wish to teach. An opportunity to complete the four-year course for a de- - gree in three years' time by using the summer session. - A school where the State pays sixty-five dollars of the tuition I and the student pays only ten dollars and fifty cents each Q semester. I A school whose graduates both men and women, are always A in demand at the best salaries. Students may enroll at any of the following dates, June 1, - August 1, September 6, January 24. i Kansas State Teachers v I I :: ollege, Emporla ! C ' 7QiQ il ll! 'Hill il ill' ' . E 1 + t',i 5 2 ' 3 i ga .4 Page .10 'W- f,x kfrxr ,vii XRNH jrxs AiE? num-f3QAuJr kai! l v.- ,rv ' - :5'.:1:.g f ' 54555939 Z' V ,355 X , x' is .x Nl . ' i -2:1 fm 'wh' S I " Z' 1. art Q, X ff - 1 'X H X' it 977. f..,.,fN fix 'e-f V i - - - W ! - NEW LOCATION ll Q Empor1a's Popular II ' . . 'r , 3 i Pflced AL VORD 4 ,. . ' L 2 ClO'El'11l'1g StO1fC ST H ' ll I EVERYTHING FOR MEN E i 719 Commercial Street H i -L SAME PRICES E g We Specialize in Outfitting E - Young Men. Q , Corona Typewrlters Q Curlee, Griffon and Langham . : g Clothing, Walk-Over Shoes Fountain Pens, School g DRESS WELL AND SUCOEED Supplies, RCNHIS E I O U V 3 LAM B-ADAM Office Appliance n U ' , I Clothmg CO. Company 5 Q H g CLASSHWED ADS. for cncukux Bob VVarren. H i Lost-During the past three years ik 2 2 lots of good time. Am trying to For Sale-One chapel seat, in good . g make it up this spring. Winton Cor- condition. "Check" Tholen. - bea. is U ! at Wanted-Some new excuses to use I Diamonds-On credit or free to in society. Rhea Lind. ll i ladies. Lee Davis. 'F N . ' ff Lost-A wad of gum, exactly six H Learn to Draw For Money, By Cer- weeks and four days old. Finder H respondence-I have had years of ex- please return to Gertrude O'Connor - E perience in drawing Con papal. Write and receive liberal reward. II ! ll g Q - - u H Rudy Downs Graduates' 2 : f I ll 2 ' NVe vdsh to thank you for U E your liberal patronage and fl A trust we may continue in ' Q tgilfgiltgzre as "your Dhotog- ' II ' . ' H T11-irty-Sim Steps from C077Z77Z67'CifLl C0Fd1auY, 5 O C . 3 9 East Sixth Avenue ' A i --aW- 1 ,. '-fm'-ye, gf ',. ,.1-, "" "W'i""fs2M"'fP'4ij iffy?" l Eu. 7 'A ' ' .H 1,5 ma. "3i..-i'if:3"m1'?eu...-nies uf Page 104 - .977 fQq?a0df't5cf THE LARGEST THE OLDEST THE BEST Established 1868 ':f9lI HQr" Quality-Price-Service These three combined make our store a good place to trade f4f6Il1"l'l6'Q' Phone 60 CLASSIFIED Ans. Stolen-The party who took my heart is known. The same will save himself'much trouble by bringing it back. No questions will be asked. Bob Stowe. PF For Sale-A Kiddie car which I have out-grown with the years. Ed Ryan. Pk Found-A doll, by a girl-made of rubber. Phone Elizabeth Riddle. Wanted-A room to rent by a man UD with a bay window. Apply Mr. Hurt. if Lost-My power to concentrate in study hall because of the presence of two young ladies in the boxes across the aisle. Clifton Schmlitt. Pk For Rent-The smaller half of the front seat of my car to a charming party, a lady preferred. Bill Bu- thurem. "Home of the Strand Orchestra" Paramount and First National Photoplays 1:x1w1o1n1 1 1:1 1 1 1 1 1:1 11o....1-.11111- 1 1 ... ... .. -...,.......,...........- , .. ... ..-... - ..,.- -,,..............,,.............-..- Page 100 .:.---.----.-,--- --.-1--.-- -- --q--.---- -Q REM1NGToN--- II ! Typefwriters 5 For sale or rent l Books for all schools II You can always depend on getting it at l ECKDALL EG? MCCARTYS U H H U Q STORES: Kansas City, M0.,' Topeka, KfLW,.f Sf. Joseph, Mo.,' Emporia, Kan U . . Q High School Junior Clothes THE RIGHT THINGS FOR THE YOUNG MAN l U HOME OF Hart Schaffner Sc lVlarX and Society Brand 3 Clothes for Men and Young Men H . . . . 5 Qur Specialty--Suits With 2 pair Trousers l U U alace otlung o. l P Cl ' C E 501 Commercial Street Emporia Northwest Corner of Fifth Ave i ozoxiuiuinini 10101112411 1 14:10:61 in101-nzniniozuirxxu101034114 Page 106' ozuzoz-xx.:11:01-o.T:m-141 1 z :H .E zz .:- 1 1- 1- 1 1- :-o..-ni-4:1-cr,-1,--arirvzmozo I ! FIRST-CLASS WORK QUICK SERVICE U SANI I ARY LAI INDRY I I I Ladies' and Men's Suits -- ........-...-..--- 31.50 Ladies' Dresses ..--.-------..---.---. 31.25 to 81.75 Work Called for and Delivered Phone 5 821 Commercial Street H I Miss Marshall: t'Gene, I hear Prof: "Have you ever had hal- your big brother has the mumps. Do lucinations?" i you think that you will get them?" Stude: 'tYes, twice. The first - Gene Waller: "Yes, ma,amg l'Il time it didn't take, but the second Q get 'em just as soon as he outgrows time it left a big scar." ll theme -.L 1" Miss Kahn: "You're a good type- Winifred: "I think those Oxford writer, aren't you, Loren?" E bags are ridiculous-H Loren Findley: "What do I look Martha: "I 'prefer a plain hand- like, a Remington or an Under- bag myself." Y wood?" 2 IWIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIvIIIIIIIIEIIIIEIIIIIIIIII I IIIIIIIII""'ml'III"ImWmIII 2 ,' , II Fifty-'nine years ago Theodore Poehler started a I I , ,,.:,,. SIIIIIIIIIIII ,,,,. wholesale grocery business in Lawrence, Kansas. ....... fi IIIIIIIIIIII ,..., Q nl, His idea of good 'merchandising embraced three II vn'E'm4g essential elements- un'i:"1"o f BODUCTS BODUCTS . . . . II Good Service, I-hgh Quality, Reasonable Prices To this day the Theodore Poehler Mercantile Company has adhered stead- fastly to these principles and, with the growth and enlargement of its busi- , ness, it will continue to adhere to them. II Our products are marked under three brands POEI-ILER KING fFancyD TEE.-PEE. fE.Xtra Standard, II SUNBURST flflxtra Standardj I A I E' I he ' I heo Poehler Merc C " 0 o 00 U Topeka, Kan.g Lawrence, Kan., Emporia, Kan., N llII1IuInm::uI1mmlmIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH McPherson, Kan. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!IIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIIIIII ll i IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALERS A III. ......, 3 .IIIIIIIII ..,.. 5..IIIIIIIIIIIlII Founded 1867 Incorporated 1889 EI, ,LIIIIV 3 IIIIIIIIIII, llyhl h,lllIIIlIIIIIIIII H lu5i'wo'g A Kansas house for Kansas people I --f'i,f-ll-J that boosts Kansas schools RODUCTS ' P a g e 1 0 7 L1 , 4, ,- 1 1r1o1o1o1 .1 1 1011- 1 1 1o1u1o1o1 1 1 1 1 10:41:11 'Beautify with Pictures" You will find a Well chosen stock at the Lutt Arr e Gift Shop Jer.: "Why did the doctor advise you not to stay out late at nightg be- cause the night air isn't good for you?" Bill R.: "No, because the excite- ment after I get home isn't good for me!" Helen: HHOW are you making it out with Mr. Trigg?" Pete: "Fine, no words have passed between us yet." HEARD DURING THE MUSIC CONTEST. Chet.: "My car sure has a pick upqll Mim.: "That so?" Chet.: "Yesg it picked up three blondes and a brunette." Sis Henning: "Last night I did a rather strange and unusual thing and did it well and rather early too." Lolita: "Oh, what was it?" Sis: "I slept." QW!-vwmtq, mmtiutltgit 519 Commercial Street Ifrrclusive, Snappy Jewelry Designs Are Found Here We cater to the one who cares SPECIAL ORDER WORK Class Pins, Rings and Invitations For lee, Coal or Distilled Water Phone 791 Emporia lee Gi Cold Storage Co. LEATHERBERRYS Rexall Drug Stores Three Stores for Your Convenience 503 C01'1l'1. 603 COm'l. 1101 C0m'l. KRAUIVI 6: SON Druggists 203 Commercial Street Phone 372 Prescriptions Accurately Filled Pure Drugs and Chemicals Where You Get Quality Service If Pays to Trade with KRAUM KL SON 1 1014111101 1 101 1 1 111 1 Page 108 Where tnden ts are Individuals Besides the two heroes of a national debate championship the sixteen ware riors of a state football championship, and leaders in every line of intercolle- giate activity, the College of Emporia has 456 other students. -every one an individual It is a school Where the new student is not just another name on the records, but a man or a Woman among men and Women. -a School with a place for you LYou will be sent more information if you will write the Publicity Secretaryy I The College of Emporia rini...1,--..-,-1-11.-1-.11z-:111.-1: 3011020 H U U ll ! U H U ll It 5 -a V, aka Page 109 64:11:11 1 1:1 1 111 11 1 Q ! ! ! Q Emporla State Bank MOYFIS Drug Co. 5 601 Commercial Street 423 Commercial Street Q Q Sufisfftctory Banking E'7'lt110'7'ilL,S Oldest Drug Store i Service But with New Ideas Q U Q Miss Hamilton farriving late at Jackson: "The Bulgarians have l basketball gamejz "What's the gone to war against the Greeks." I score?f' Eccleston: "Well, it's about time E Miss Hill: "Nothing to nothing." somebody did. Their prices are ter- n Miss Hamilton: "Goody, I haven't 1 missed anything." li Q Mr. Brown: "He's always late." II Miss Brooks: "Yes, it's inherited. H Why, his father is spoken of as the H late Mr. Smithf riblef' Keep that school girl complexion -out of the rain. No matter how much a man knows a woman knows better. I E Q Young Men cmd Women U 3 Cf the Class of l 926 of E. H. S. 5 Commencement day means to you the Commencement of your active days of 3 real work in life. U A good way to commence a successful business career is to start a Savings Q Account, Add to it regularly from your earnings, ll Q THIS BANK is particularly interested in you U 1 U U 'We Encourage You-We Help You-to Save! Begin Now Il H , . E 9 o - o i ' I he Citizens N3t1OH3l Bank 3 THE BANK THAT IS FRIENDLY TO YOUNG FOLKS i , 95,101 1:1 1n1n1o1u1u1:11111011,14:101-n1o1n1o1o1o111111011 1 1:1 Page 110 1 1 1 I 1 :xi ist iviniuiui A. W. Corbett SURGERY-X-RAY Phones, Bus. 165-Res. 339 5073 Commercial l... E. l-larris DENTIST 507 Con1'l. Y Ph0I1e 871 Dr. C. E. Parker DENTIST Rooms 308-9 Ph0I1e 596 Citizens National Bank Bldg. Dr. Roberts DENTIST State Bank Bldg. Phone 487 Dr. Foncannon SURGERY AND X-RAY Phones, Bus. 46-Res. 47 Citizens National Bank Bldg, Dr. T. W. Lind DENTIST 616 Commercial Street Dr. Lawrence SURGEON Dr. Gorman DENTIST Rooms 305-6 Ph0I1e 1042 Citizens National Bank Bldg. Dr. Morgan PHYSICIAN-SURGEON Phones. Bus, 1055-Res, 1056 Citizens National Bank Bldg, Dr. Everett DENTIST Room 307 Phone 424 Citizens National Bank Bldg. 11.11111111i111Q 1011311.31 1 1 1 1 1-1 1 49:0 Q n Q Q H U Il o of Page 11 .ga-:Hz :,:.,:..-l,: -.,:.,E.,-.,: ,- .. :.,:.,:..:.,-..:..:f,:.,:1.:.,:..:.,-1.-. Q , A l Margaret J.: "How do you like Spaciy s Electric S school?" Winton C.: 'tl like it closed." Shop Shop -e Sawyer Con basketball trip to The Shop for Students' Newtonjz Everything comes to him Service that orders hash. V 1124 Commercial Street Phone 1781 Goin' to the banquet? , Is it to be a light affair? can for and Dehver N05 it'll be in the evening. ' A C Emporia, Kansas arren Mortgage Qompany EMPORIA, KANSAS We Solicit Choice City Loans 55 Per Cent and Nominal Commission ein.-soil: 1 1:13-T 1 Z: z : : : 1- 1 2 : : :nina-po:-1-: 1 an -umm- Pftge 11 2 wr . M F H A vw 1 ig, V Au i it-M , XA. Wh-My R. -A v- 'sum' JY gn'-v I , 'N g P1 Q,v.5i?.i, mr .X Z1 M .- ,is K 4, 1 mi xx i s-fm. -, ' s l N 1:32. " Q:-L' !:j:'.."': xfy-I "'i'!r':"R, " I .1 . I 'Rh I fi. 1. ' I ff IZ it , 'X " N ss ' , -f A I X AXLJ ..,. ,J Y" '-.gi I ' ozrwiui 1 1 1:1111 1101 11 1111111101111 1 ini.: 3 1:2 I Z 1 1131 10? 2 u Q - ' II g Star Shoe :Sc Clothing Year m and R Company i I MEN'S AND BOYS' Yellfout A Q OUTFITTERS ' I I "We Sell for Less" YOU USE g i . E 417 Commercial Street. Emporia Q U I Alzina T.: "I am to have an the porter: "How often do you kill I Q operation." a man on this line." A f Elizabeth: "Well, I hope every- "Just once, boss," hereplied "just I i thing comes out all right." once." i I A -i : 'P- Q ini flay as I jihanfed to Pass juioifliiiemy Qfoiitlfaigtllii my 2 i eaver was aming a river, A Jay: ,,Here,S a blotterf, I : And a man who had run out of gas ! Was doing the same to his flivver. I see you Wear timid socks. I -- A ' What do you meang shy of length? l A man riding on the Katy asked Nog they run easily. Q I Q . i , 1 ! COLLEGE PEP E. E. ANDERsoN : Our Motto in Clothes MEN'S TAILOR i i loncgindelsonflothillgh Clothes that Excel I -' "' ! N 525 Commercial Street ' 1 , g F. M- ATHOIC1, President W. Max Harris, Cashier i R. I. Anderson, Assistant Cashier i . 5 THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL g BANK EC? TRUST CO. Q Ca ital and Sur lus 51201100.00 ' P P ' EMPORIA, KANSAS g Om :ID M illi - Il il Q0,Cl0i0Q010lI7llli iii i iii i i 1 1' if' I 1 I I i' i Page 113 ,v ,H Ji 1 I EH fu -1 E1 1 4 5x , E E 1 Q? 'fl El -v Q E E53 'x an ' 1 -x 332.2 5 I he 1926 Re-Echo . . T ' I' - r feifflfi pin 0321311232 Eid fgfkaififii TC? hftli ,E d ' t' t y 1 t' h'p I I Ellgliljltfdttlii Fffb-tht k p' 3 it if E 312511 if fig , 4' 'El' . 'QL The Mid-Continent, uf Engraving Co. ' ,,1 M 124 South Market Street, ,I X E? , Wichita, Kansas b in s ' if ' Jmmg sn' 1- 'X -- 7 an . -- M ' S' ' ' 'SLM J , P2 x ,V S ,Y ' " P g'114 b 57 53 , :fm Ng an Nagy' Mtg f,,,,g,'x 47' .s..,' H,-41 i i b Og! Jlllilll!IllllllQUi0i0Q020lHQlliflilbilllllilll ltlillilllillllillllliUQ illillt. Q ! - . ' E Good Things to Eat at e i Star Grocery . F- A- I-OOMIS-V' ' I FANCSJRSAND STAPLE Portrait A CERIES ' A g Photographer 'if i S. T. Wllson 8: Son 1 g 5 U Miss Martin: "Cecil, use infirm word. I didn't Ynean them. Come Xi' ' i in a sentence." back please. Anadelle R. X.. : Cecil: "John hit Jack and EW at ' 9' ' L' " I Jack has it infirrnf' ' i Dorothy: Is today our day to go I ' i PERSONALS. steady or is it tomorrow? Leo. i E Chaperon of Re-Echo: Is it prop- is D i i i er to ask for your pin back? Winton Edna: No girl's complexion is so E i C- 4- beautiful that a man wants to wear i E ' 'k it around on his coat lapel? From i E Floyd: Don't mind the cross Torn S. ti 3 ' I 'he 5 i Q 1 ' i 2 Q mpor1a aze e i g s Q Q PUBLISHERS Q E ' IT 2 Q . , ! 3 ei 2 Q i Q Book and Commercial ! . . : i Prlntlng Q g This Book Printed by The Gazette Q :: , ' i s.?-U2llQUQOQUQl Q QOQHQOi0l4ll QOQ0l0QOQ0-llQl Qlll Q QI i it Q1 l Qffi. it i Page 115 V A- v + Z W V ,.,w, W ,,. X - 'Q 'Z ""'E2 f' . , ' zv.-my I B , .... ,.. iz X f...,.... .... rg? af x .... lf, , ff -Q ,, ,, 'C'dc'Sm ,, ' 'Q 5, sf, .f.::::7 35 XE: 'ssssea if' xp ' 1,9 , x " ' X ' l A.,LL,,dijX J mx.,-" 1191 A u t 0 g rap h s fe,J, f x , ,B-M X , , ,fx-J 4 jn. U y1'HQ, ., , 1 ft x nl .. ' .45 2- 'Ep' C ' f . A fi f ,Q H Jgyvba ,QL 1 NR 1 x f , . - V f'Lfv'V'J'y 'N-Q f' " fr' ff J ,M . . ff 3 V4 3' 5 fir, 'uxx - A f Q '- f I - V Wu? 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J H 1... -F-133 tri 653116 Senior Glass 'Ullllm j We, the senior class of nineteen hundred and twenty-six, leaving these beloved corridors after four years of hard work, being of a sound mind and having reached ii our majority, will our many talents, personal belongings and faults to the following underclassmen,4to-wit: of , X To the freshmen we leave our quiet and sedate Ways to be used in saving the lj reputation of the old school. - To the sophomores-our indifference to the, hells of air, our nonchalance to the commands of our teachers. 1 To the juniors-our dominating ways and all of our old chapel and study hall seats. - Evelyn Rickerd, Osa Hunt and Alita Davis leave some of their excess' surplus to Nadine Thistlewaite, Josephine Keeler and 'Elizabeth Peach. To any one foolish enough to take the job next year, the members of this year I rings and pins committee leave their trouble and reverent mutterings. , Ed Grant and Funston Eckdall and numerous-other seniors will all their old , , knickers to the up and coming freshmen. T' 1 1 Ed Ryan leaves his portliness to Bob Plumb with hopes that it will be treated with great respect. i K Marguerite Jensen leaves to Charles Davis, her wonderful blush. To Ralph Swanson, George Austin leaves his ability to forget everything neces- sary for class work. 4 Lee Davis turns over his place as captain' of the football team to "Abe" Mc- Carthy, and hopes' for the best. Cliff Peabody leaves his ability "To pop the question to Bus Freeman." w i ,xp 1 W- 553 l Leota Cravens, Ruth Dunn, Haimer Lee and Marie Hunt will their ability to keep the home fires burning to Sarabelle Johns, Celia McCue, Florence Saffer and "Kit" Ganse. ' Xiu Lorene Barnes and Frances Shoop will their red hair and tempers to Loren , Findley and Lloyd Faeth. ' X Clifford Carr leaves his position on The Echo to anyone capable of filling his ' shoes. 1 3 Edna Smith wills her troubles to next year's president.'V- Winton Corbett leaves his estimation of himself to be handled carefully to Bob I 1 Warren. ' - M g Chuck Tholen, the class "cut-up," bequeaths his "orneriness'l to Elmer Brown. fl. I Travers .Gerardy bestows his ability to' sleep in constitution class to Bob Stowe. Dorothy Major and Glenn Underwood bequeath their ability to make good grades to Fred Fleming and Edith Crouse. 'J The success of the Girls' Glee club this year is passed onto the next year's f aspirants. ' Q Martha Nutting and Howard Cantwell leave their success in the music depart- ig' ment to Marjorie Carothersvand Louisa Hinzie. 1 ' Lastly, we appoint the faculty of the Emporia high school to be executors of this, our last will and testament. 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