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

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B. HEATH, Vice-President H. W. FISHER, Treasurer NQRA Woon, Secretary L. A. LOWTHER, Superintendent of Schools COMMITTEES Finance and Claims TIBBALS, HEATH, TRIPLETT Buildings and Grounds HEATH, TIBBALS, RINDOM Teachers and Salaries TRIPLETT, DANIELS, HEATH Supplies, Fuel and Furniture RINDOM, TRIPLETT, DANIELS Rules, Regulations and Discipline DANIELS, RINDOM, TIBBALS Page 18 1 VX, 'J ff 1 iii.: .. -c Lim :a5f3:s:x5f1I'i175f?iI4je 'Fai ' ' C f .g, gem Q::s...,f5iQ.,1fQI- U Im-. he if-If.n,o - KP . fj I N 1 -, PRINCIPAL RICE E. BROWN, A. B., A. M. College of Emporia Kansas University J' fi .2 J N ' 5 ,, - , , I !-"WP-1 .-. -. - -, . - f ,1 1 xl ,TC ,ki-, -g.ZfFw Lifyfzftwnf Iifggl 81 9 N Qfgg, , -:Ss . Cigfl. 'fix ,...k 1.55 1'1Li.f,-i ir A Q' L G-4.14.5 iq' f Page 19 HARRY JAMES, B. S. ------------ Chemistry, Physics Kzmsus State 'l'0ac'l1e-rs College Vnlverslty of Vlfisvonsin Vulvvrslty of Kansas OLINDA A. MEEKER, PH. B. ...-........ College r-1' NVonster l'niv6-rsity of Kansas RUTH BERG MAUL, B. S. ------------ Kansas State 'l'0ucl1ers Cullopgc ALICE J SORENSON, B. S. Mi'PllEl'Sllll College Retlmny Cnnscwvutnry Kansas State '1'P2lC'll01'S Collc-ge - - - Spanish Mathematics - ---- Music ELEANOR A. SIRPLESS, A. B., A. M. ...-..... Biology University of Kansas l'n1ve1'slty of Cnlornflu HELEN C. KAHN, B. S. .-.... --- ----.. -- Commewwe Kansas State 'l'vz1cl1ers College MARY D. SCHMALZRIED, A. B. ......- -..-.. E nglish l'lliVt'l'SltY nf Kansas llniverslty of Colorado l'nix'ersity of ClllR'flgl0 C. U. NICHOLS, A. B., A. M. ..-.....-- ---- ---..-..--... Commerce, Assistant Poincipal Kansas City l'nivm'sity liz1l1sus.NYesleyal1 Buslness College l'lllYt'l'S1tN' uf Culuruclu Page 20 F. JAY SOUTH, B. S. -..-..-..-.-----.... Prmtmg Kansas State 'l'vacl1el's College Vniversity nf Cllicapqn l'nive1'sity ol' Wisconsin ' MAUDE JACKSON, A. B. .....-.. History, C0'7lSf1f1lf107l. N1l'PllPl'SIlll College l'nive1'sity uf f'0lm'atlo University of Kansas Kansas State 'I'9af'l1e1's Lollvgega 1 E. MAY HANCOCK, B. S. .....---- ---------- F oods Kansas State 'l't'ac-hers Collegv l'nix'0l'sity of t'l1i0ag'u SHIRLEY THOMPSON, A. B. ...-....---..--. Enghslz Uullege uf Empuria Fulumhia l'lllVl'l'SllY I'niv01':-uity ul' t'ulm'arln LUCILE DARNER, B. S. ...-...... Physical Education Ottawa University Vniversity nf Iuwa VIOLE1' HAYNES, A. B. -.....-..-........ English. I'nivt-rsity of Kansas l'niversity nt' NVisf'unsin MARIAN HOWARD, A. B. -- .--- ---- ------ Languages Vnivvrsity Of Kansas I'nivel'sity of Colorado Fnlumbia Vniversity VIRGIL E. HURT, A. B., B. S.- ..-..-.. - ..-.. ---- -----..------------ Social Science and ECOTIOIIIZIFS College of Emporia Kansas State 'l'9avl1el's Cullege Vnivvrsity ut' Cllic-nga Page 21 C- D- LONG ----- --H---- ------. M . Accts., Comvneaice Snutliwestern Business College, YviClllt?l XX7lCllitZl Commerve College Gem City Business Cnllepge Kansas State 'l'ezu'lIe1's College MARGARET MILLER, A. B. - ..-. .......-....... - - - ----.---- Speech, English, Director of Dmmatics lllxpression Department Southwestern College Vuiversity 01' flHlif0l'l1iH Vniversity of Columbia HELEN BRICKELL, B. S. ...... -....-.. D can of Girls Kansas State 'l'eucl1eI's College l'IIive1-sity nf Chicago JENNY P. DOUGLASS, A. B. .-.-..-.-.- ------ L atm College nf Emporia Vniversity of Chiesigru Columbia IvlliX'0l'SltX' M. ETTA PRICE, A. B., A. M. ...--. ----.--- E nglish Park College l'l'IiveI'sity of Cllivagn WILLIAM JUST, B. M., B. A. --- ------ ...-.. - -- - ..-.. -..... - --- Difrectoi' of Orclzestm and Bcmcl xV2lSlli!lg?Qt0l1 State College Cliiczign Musival College Ameriean C0nSeI'I'ut01'y Pupil of XYendel Muse, Leon Sometini, Jacques Gorden. Karel Hzivlic-ek J. FREEMAN HUCKSTEP, B. S. ---- Physical Education Kmisus State 'l'f'2lCllGl'S College Pu.ge 22 GEORGE A. LODLE, B. S. ...------...--. Manual Arts Stunt Institute- Kzmsns: Stzlte 'I'l'ill'lltl Kansas Stat:- SOPHIE RODEWALD, Kansas State Vniversity uf 'I'oz10ln-1's Cullvgv Kzinszls ETHEL L'nIleg'1- ul' lCrnpuriz1 MABEL COVERDILL, A. B. ...... ---- c 'ul-logo -of l'I1npm'i:1 l'nlvv1'slty of XVI!-il'llllHlll -'s Onllegv, mIl"lIllll'i2'l 'I'e:iolis-rs College, Pittsburg' B. S. ----- Mathematics, Algebra BROOKS, A. B. --- --4-..-. --- .... Registrar Clothing, English ELLEN ICE, A. B., A. M. ...-..----------. History l'nivei'sity of Kansas l'nivvrsity of Cliiczigu Uulumhia University ANITA B. RICE, A. B., A. M. ------- -..--. - History XXYJISIIDUVII Collvgo l'nivvi'sity of Kansas THELMA DUTTON, B. S. ---- ........ -.... L ibrzu-ian IQIIIHSZIS State 'l'Pzit-liars Cnllc-gp l'nive1'sity of Kansas I'nivm'sity nl' Illinois J. R. WILLIAMS, B. S. ---- ..............- ----- ---------------- Clzefnzistry, Ag7"iC1llf1l'l'6, Biology Iiunwais State 'l'92lt'Il0I'S Cfnllvge Kainszis State Ab!,'l'lL'Llllll'ill Colle H' 9 Page 23 '3-flifjmiif ns, v r. .Y , fs-.. lf l ' s . . . f ff" - A .I I . , .... i,...fI' ' ., ,, . . l --in - , The Cguculty Glub The Faculty Club consists of the teachers of the Senior high and Junior high schools. The purpose of this organization is to further pro- fessional growth, and to provide social diversion. The meetings of this club are held once a month. The club's first and last meetings are of a social nature, all other meetings are primarily of an educational nature. During the year several noted speakers on diversified subjects were: Mr. Ed Rees, of the Citizens National Bank, on "Safe Investments for Teachers" g Prof. E. M. Belles, of K. U., on "The Child versus the Subject Matter as the Center of Atten- tion." A series of short talks by William Allen White and "Echoes from the Educational Council Held in Topeka" by C. U. Nichols, the official representative of the club, and Supt. L. A. Lowther, Prin. R. E. Brown, and Prin. H. W. Jones. Another very interesting talk was given by Mrs. Valenzuela, Wife of the minister of the Mexican mission, on "Schools in Chile." The Qaculty Wives Glub The Faculty Wives' Club, of the Junior and Senior high schools, was organized three years ago under the leadership of Mrs. T. S. Trigg, now of Chicago. During the first year no officers were chosen but Mrs. Trigg assumed the responsibility of the club meetings. The second year Mrs. Trigg was elected to the presidency, the only officer of the club. Mrs. Virgil Hurt served as president for the year 1928-29, and at the last regular meeting of the club in 1929 Mrs. F. J. South was elected for the year 1929-30. The club meets the third Thursday in each month at the home of a member with another member as assisting hostess. The afternoon is spent socially, with games or with sewing. Refreshments are served by the hostesses. In May of each year a picnic is held for the families, which closes the club activities until the following September. i 'N - 1 . . ,, ' ,N -N, s..--"-t-: ,,.. . , ., ' - X fp-..,.r, .- f-V 1 J 1' 4 1. - xr.. A . , g , - . 4. 1 5 -...-f a ' ?-.,. .h , N, , 1 -. 1 ,. l 4, q .. ,-N :lf . f fu- -' - 4.1 i - - - ... - v,-. p N 6 ,t fn-L. v , A... Q vt 4 ,, Y , I ., a i i .LJ-. 1' 1 1 f ,ff -V-'af--If 4 - . . .v L , . H.wj.,,L4,,a-x 3 -1, -.,-,.-. -5 . Q --1, Kg , . . L. , , ,fr- Page 24 F 'w N 5 W OPH5 xv bv Q ' H5 ' 5 A V77 ' Ay qw A I W ,M V III 2 J 'A 1 Q, rl K ' f "" 4 ,lf ELQN Um 011215525 EV W 1 ' 4 1 4 enioff Glass Qfficers EDGAR CRAMER .............. .... ...-.. - - - ,...... - President lddllinfs our lL':lll0l' this yen' and lust. His ent-l'gy's untiring, his thoughts simply Vzist. He is at geiitlexnam, ri regular Benn One Whom the world is sure to know. H1-Y '28, '29, Glee Club '28, '29, "The Lady of the Terrace", Mixed Chorus '28, Music Contest '28, '29, Secretary and Treasurer Junior Class '28, President Senior Class '29, "The Prince There Was", "The Rise of Silas Laphamf' RICE BROWN, JR. --- ------- .------- - ..-..----.. I '7fC9-P'l'6S'id67If He-'s tall, hnfs dark, he-'s lmlidsumv, And always very g'l:idsome, Hes helped us win imuiy a galne, The schrml'll miss him. we'll say the same. Band '27, Glee Club '28, '29, Hi-Y '27, '28, '29, President '29, Foot- ball '28, '29, Basketball '28, '29, Captain '29, Re-Echo Staff '29, Mixed Chorus '28, President Sophomore Class '27, "The Lady of the Terrace", "The Rise of Silas Lapham", Vice-President Class '29. MILDRED MCGUIRE ............-..- -..... - - Secretrwy-Treasurer' Mickey, friendly Mickey XVith your smiling Sn befzpuiling And your hair of raven hue Cain you blame any one Fm' falling in love with yuu? . Glee Club '27, '28, '29, President '29, "Bells of B63.llj0l2.1S', '27, "The Lady of the Terrace", Mixed Chorus '27, '28, '29, Music Contest '27, '28, '29, French Horn '28, '29, Band '27, '28, Orchestra '27, '28, '29, G. R. '27, '28, '29, President '28, Re-Echo Staff '29, Math. Club '27, Estes Park Conference '27, Setting-up Conference '27, '28, Secretary-Treasurer Senior Class '29, National Honor Society. - ..-LJ K-1 'Ni L. Q7 ,-5 . -... .. - -1 Y. 55 ,..., --' - , w' '- , ' .jf . , ': , ' -' . X: e '-N f IW lf-i. -Q ,Us ga gr, L,'N.,i.- ,r-, A , - i. r.,-Q-,I qi '- , , ff. .' - 1- ' HS-- . f f' . ?., . V , . 1 2. , - . . i . 1 Elf.. - Qu 1 V -:, ,,p!. 11.5, v Q , Af . Pi -I v ' I L , If nl N ,cy c-M Ip in .1 .., Ld , ' . . , .' , ' b i - -.V - -Y - If J, f- -., . , '.- Q A. ' i h . -N' I s,-' 1 , '. K 1, 4 1 ' '- - ' gps-.- 'ijt' ' -T . -- ,Qg,,5j, P,-f . 'J .L .TW---4'..-' ,L"',,.- L ' 'L-"L, Q' .ff 1 ..-584.1-'I 'N -3 Page 26 OPAL RIC HARD S Opal is beautifully fair Wfith eyes of blue and "Coal black" hair She had bad luck and broke her arm This caused someone great alarm. G. R. '27, '28, '29, ALBERT SUTTON Albert is il good "talker" XVith a willing heart and hand He'll always help the needy No matter what they demand. Hi-Y '27, '28, '29, Football '27, "Sauce for the Gos- lings", "The Rear Car", "The Rise of Silas Laphamf' WE SLEY PARKS XVe dun't know him as XVes1ey VVe all call him "Fat" He's so much fun, so jolly, XVe like him that's a fact. Football '27, '28, '29, Re-Echo Chapel JUNE NEELY Oh what is so rare as a day in June. But if ever come perfect girls VVe have one here. w.hose name is in tune She is one of our very rare pearls, G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. Estes Park Conference WINNIFRED BURRELL VVe have only four lines 'l'o sing praises galore Of Vvinnifred Burrell Oh would there were more, Echo '28, G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. setting-up '28. Confer- ence '28, National Honor Society, Re-Echo Staff '28, Editor '29, General Scholarship Contest '27, '28, I Librarian '28, "Seven Keys to Ba1dpate", "Enemy", "Patsy", G. R. Spring Conference '28, Em-Hi Frolic '28 EDGAR EISENHAUER Edgar is friendly And has ready wit His aspiration is In an aeroplane to sit. EDWIN WILLIAMS Edwin XVilliam.s is quiet But mischievous at times they say. He finds his pleasure outside But for them he finds a way. Hi-Y '27, '28, '29, of books THELMA PATTON Thelma is serious In that Thelma is wise She is quite handsome So she gets all the "guys.' Echo '28, G. R. '27, '28, '29. Page 27 JOHN CLARK John is a boy of very few words His shyness always beaming But the things he does and the words he says Have a Worthy meaning. MARIAN BIRCH Dainty she is and sweet Neat is this maiden petite NVe know that she is charming XVith a smile that is disarming, ' G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo Staff '27, '28, '29g Natlonal Honor Society. DOLORES BEEMAN She has a Car and a smile And a very wonderful way She's got just lots of style VVhat more could We say? Echo Staff '27, '28g G. R. '27, '28, 29. CATHERINE KRUEGER Her name is Catherine NVQ- like her quite a bit, For she's so very entertaining WV'ith her brilliant. wit. G. R. '27, '28, '29g Scholarship Contest '27, EUNICE WILLIAMS Eunice is a silent one But 'twas said in days of old By someone wiser than we, hy fai, 'Phat silenve is made of gold. G. R. '27, '28, '29. JEAN MCLE AN Although she's small in stature She's very large at heart She has a habit of doing nice things, A habit with which she L-an't part. G. R. '27, '28, '29. EVELYN MCGLINN Evelyn seems to have a knack For running things just right She Pan type and Can drive a oar And in both she does delight. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Junior Basketball Team '285 Echo Typist '28, '29. EVERETT WALKER Everett Walker is shy But he is sure to get by For he's good at football And is handsome and tall.. Football '28, H1-Y '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '28, Emporia, Scholarship Contest '28, Pittsburg. Page 28 CLIFFORD COLLINS Cliff is just at country boy . XVho do0sn't wunt to he anything g But ho is always there with :L smile And with tho goods, ut any mtv. H1-Y '27, '29. rout EDNA LOUISE MORGAN Quiet, courteous, friendly too Always rvutiy to dare and do. And so ha-r friends are many And hm' one-mnvs few. G. R. '27. EVELYN SCHWINDT ill ' ' I' ' 4 I e lrigi sim of things t s-1-. National Honor Society, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Club '26, Cicero Club '27. lflvolyn is il stuflious girl As lady like as can he Y: 'll on-1 find he 1.l1'Pl'l'lIl 'I'h 1 ht ll o L M MARJORIE KELLY A throat rnaulo to sing has M:1rjori4- .Xml 11 hand made- to write- has she lf tlwrv wr-ro more like Marjorie- XVhut el nic-e sc-hool this would liv. athematics Rhythmic Circle '275 Echo '27, '28, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Glee Club '28, ELEANOR GOOD Elm-zmoi' are thou Good, .Xml nrt thou good Eleanor? YI-s at mzikilng' friends, .Xml hoy friends hy tho suorv. G. R. '28, '29. GENEVIEVE JONES Gene-vivvv is little Ge-iivvievo is shy This pretty girl's ai winner You'll find out hy und hy. G. R. '28, '29. LOIS LANYON At rlwmistry, we think slu-'s u shark. In lifp. ww know, shell'mnke her niurk. She llkvs to wean' munnish clothes Xml clrivo '1 Dorlgqe oil' wliercvor sho -fo-s, G. R. A,29Q Hamrnond High'School. I rl Q LOUIS ROBINSON VL-ry de-pemluhl-v is Louis .Ind u nu-e disposition has he 'Hut he is il vvrv shv hov .x Band '29. s shy us you'll 1-vor soc. Page 29 LEE TEVERBAUGH He's the buy with those long lashes Many are the hearts that he smashes He has business a-bil-i-ty l And lots, more, most, popularity. H1-Y '29, Re-Echo Staff '28g Business Manager '29g National Honor Society 5 Re-Echo Chapelg "The Lady of the Terrace." SOPHIA GRABER Sophia Graber has dark brown curls And eyes of smiling brown She's Winsome and sweet and precisely neat One who you never see frown, I G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. Fall Conference '27, Girls' Glee Club '27, '28g Mixed Chorus '28g "The Lady of the Terrace." MARGARET ROGERS YVith short. Curly hair Herself so petite Here is a girl VVe think very sweet. G. R. '27, '28, '29g Echo '28. FLORENCE RICHARDS A charming girl, always liked VV'ho has many friends at E. H. S. She is quiet, sweet, and kind All these we must confess. EVELYN WILKS Evelyn VVilks has short yellow hair For modish clothes she has a flair At studying she's not so diligent Yet she is most intelligent. DOROTHY HOTZEL This is a Dorothy VVho's last name is Hotzel She has ladylike ways And is very docile. EVA YOST There was :1 little lady wore a bl smile For everybody all the while She is very friendly to everyone And enemies, I think, there were none. Echo '27g G. R. '27, '28, '29. FLOYD COWAN This is Floyd Cowan Of him we are fond, I-Ie's very entertaining and A good looking blond. Page 30 ,-.- V es. - - -' ' . 1 - -- il 1-. n V, YM., ,F ,Y U. .Q ., .h ix JV if K-,x v.5l,..K,l:v, ,gal VSV. , hi-.ilk T F I f L' Cb: -. 'Sidi ' IL' H, :il R.: 2 ' . 'x-" 2 l k Q, '.,z:,'!':,-" Q M ig:i.Ii ii i it XJ Q.-3 '., 1 ,459 1 '1 is 'D J 'J FRED O'BRIEN He is the lziddie vzillotl Fretlfliv He studies, hut always ht-'s rm-:uly 'I'o nnswvr the cull Of Ruthie, his ull Uh, how vxpe-i'it-lu-eil is l"i'etldiu. Glee Club '28, '29, "Seven Keys to Baldpate", "The Lady of the Terrace", National Honor Society. MARY HUGHES Hx-1' nnme is Mury nncl true- lu this nann- She's vs-ry quiet :incl sweet .Xncl hvsiilos all this shtfs very sm:ui't A student "liz1t'tl to limit." G. R. '27, '28, '29, GRACE PARKER 'l'lu-rv was :i young' leuly. haul an littlt- 1-:ir .ind shi- fll"lYQ' it just for plwisure. She lot her 1'-ir run just for fun, Fun, I'un. And ,rot it without measure. ., G. R. '27, '28, '29, Girls' Glee Club '27, '28, '29, Mixed Chorus '27, '28, '29, G. R. Setting-up Conference '27, "The Lady of the Terrace." MARJORIE BROWN lVl:u'jo1'it- Brown is her nmnc 'Fo get ,stood grzulvs is her anim. Sites an Honor Roll lzulv Hi-1' future fur from shzuly , ll'+-'re sure shi-'Il soon win g.,'ro'il fztmv. I G. R. 27, 28, 29. CLAUDIA WILLIAMS Shi- keeps lu-1' lu-:art il-Sill,9,'illy.' Otht-rs hem' that sulig' .ind her cheerful mush- . lla-his this si-html nlnng: Em-H1 Frollc '28, Setting-up Conference '29, G. R. '27, '28, '29. HELEN KNOUSE ,X dark twinkling eye hns Helen And thel'e's in-Vvi' any tellin' lVh:lt shtfll flu 'I'hou,2'Ii 'tis true Slufs in veilv gwul sc-lmlni' too. Echo '28, '29, Librarian '28, '29, G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. Spring Conference '28, Scholarship Contest '28, National Honor Society. IRIS SPARKS She hats n dainty thoughtful stir Antl she- is mxtrvelously rind llvi' vyvs are hlue, shcfs very fnii' And she is llk'Yt'l' sud. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo '27, Em-Hi Frolic '28. INA McCORMICK Inn Mc'Cm'n1ivk's n St"l'lUllS young Miss In her studios und work she delights Siu- knows that l,2'll'1l'ElllL'P'S really not hliss Anil f'm' liigliei' things sho figlits. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '27, '28, '29, Citizenship '26, Bookkeeping '27, National Honor Society. . , f-2 sv " cxff., .,:...s,..f fu 1 -- at i N iwi. '41 -ff .. --, E1 w... ,. ..v ff-H A"-.ii '-'V 5' gL,.,"'s.a."'g-M-.4 -i f V. I-ff fi"-. "if, . .132-.,-fn .t- 'H4.,qj,,3,,1-'v"- ' - L- V' 4 ' N- W' Page J1 GLADYS YOST Many interests has this girl XVhose name is Gladys Yost .X good class officer, a violiniist ' Of her We can always boast. Setting-up Conference '27, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Secre- tary of Senior II Class '29, Orchestra '27, '28, '29, Music Contest '27, '28. MARTHA HEATON Martha Heaton has a knack Of making grades its a fact. Ytfithout much work She-'s on the Echo and no shirk. Echo '28, '29, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Journalistic Confer- ence '29, Cicero Club '28, "The Wonder Hat", Scholarship Contest '27, Mathematics Club '27, Na- tional Honor Society. FRANCES CARLE l"l'Ell1C'GS is tall And has "good looks" She plays basketball And shtfs quite fond of hooks. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Junior Basketball '28, Echo '27, '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '28. DOROTHY WOOD This is Mistress Dorothy Xxvfltlll A girl simply chuck full of fun At driving a car shP's Very good H4-r brigqlitness almost ontshines the sun. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Art Club '27. ZELDA TOLL Zelda Toll plays in the band Sweet are the notes coming at he-r command Sho has a thoughtful air And pretty long hair And a manner that makes hor in wlvmancl. Band '27, '28, '29. JENNIE GRAHAM ,Her name is Jennie Like that wee small bird In Echo and G. R. Her chirps can lie heard. l ' G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo '27, '28, '29, Em-H1 Frollc '27. GLADYS FERREE- There is a young lady named 1"l'l'l't't' As athletic as can he Shes just a slice OI' everything' nim- Indeed a veritable little fairuv. I Tumbling Team '28, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Setting-up Conference '29, Em-Hi Frolic '29. RUTH KOONTZ Now Ruth is very jolly, And most attractive too, So, don't you think she is O. ly? X'Ve'll leave it up to yon. Girls' Glee Club '27, Girls' Basketball '27, '28, G. R. '29. Page 32 DAVID MORGAN An active member of Hi-Y In the scholarship contest too A very great help is David, the shy . Great things he's sure to mln. H1-Y '27, '28, '29, H1-Y Treasurer '27, Echo '27, '28, Em-Hi Frolic '28g Scholarship Contest '27g National Honor Society. ' CATHERINE AUSTIN Catherine Austin is her namc Of a lively nature is sho Being jolly, sweet and musical Shes as nice as ynu'll ever sec. V Orchestra '27, '28, '29, Echo '29' G. R. '27 '28 '29' G. R. Camp Wood '29g Music Contest '27, '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '29. ELIZABETH WILLIAMS There was a doctor's young :laughter VVhu felt indm-ed that she augliter Give him more practice So she had 'pendicitis This rloctor's humorous vnung daughter. 7 G. R. '27, '28, '29, Setting-up Conference 27. RUTH JAMES If you would find a finor girl You could not do it-ever. Ruth is not only bright and neat. But also verv clover Citizenship Oratorical'Contest' '26, G. R. '28, '29, VERA HOPKINS Hens is our best c-mnplexinn And he-r's is a voice quite rare She lured us beyond mention XVlith her mysterious "air," . G. R. '27, '28, '29, Girls Glee Club '27, '28, Mixed 7 I Chorus 28, ' The Lady of the Terrace." IRENE REICHARDT This stately looking' maiden Has :i Very happy Way 'Of never borrowing trouhlos ' , A,nd of heing' 1-lwert'ul all the day. 7 G. R. 27, 28, 29. GRACE GUNTER G is fm' Grace So pretty and sweet Not a daintier girl Are you likely tu met-t. v . G. R. '27, '28, '29, Glee Club '27, '28, '29g Librarian '29, Setting-up Conference '29, Re-Echo Staff '29, "The Lady of the Terrace", "The Rise of Silas H Lapham. EUGENE ROE This is l":ll,LIQllH Hue XVho came here not long ago He studies much His porsonality's such VVE- find hes not hard to know. Band '29, Orchestra '29. Page 33 JACK PARRINGTON Jack Spratt would eat no fat 'Fherefore he was too lean. He blew his horn from night to morn. And thus worked off his spleen. Band '27, '28, '29, Orchestra '27, '28, '29. WILMA RADIG XVilmn's a pretty athlete, A musician, lovable, sweet. She's certainly no bore 'I'herefm'e has -flliends by the score. 1 G. R. '27 '28, '29, Efficiency Contest '27, Tumbling Team '28, Em-Hi Frolic '28, Glee Club '27, '28, Music Contest '28. MARGARET KRUEGER This is Margaret Krueger Vtfe all know her face For in all girls' athletics She has won first place. G. R. '27, '28, '29. LUCILLE COOPER Sincere, friendly and charming Lucille She will always be our ideal A wonderful actress. G. Rfs strongest of girls She's our most beautiful- too, with her pretty dark curls G. R. '27, '28, '29, Setting-up Conference '28, '29, Fall Conference '28, President '29, Estes Park Confer- ence '29, Em-Hi Frolic '28, Echo '27, '28, '29, "Seven Keys to Baldpate", "The Enemy", Most Beautiful Girl '29, "The Rise of Silas Lapham", National Honor Society. EMMA SCHARENBERG Emma has a great big llampe And she can take just lots of blame For making the sc-hool's scholarship high For grades like hers We would die. VERA GIBBONS There is a young lady named Gibbons Nvho does not dull up with ribbons She-'s rriost steady, studious and neat This unselfish lady so sweet. Newton High School, G. R. '28, '29. PAULINE MAHER Pauline is so ladylike , NVith her sweet and Wholesome mein And she knows how to study To Intake her mind more keen. G. R. '27, '28, '29. KENNETH McCANiTS Not all of us know Kenneth McCants Because he is sort of shy, l-int he is nice and very friendly VVith his ever ready "Hi." Hi-Y '27, '28, '29, Glee Club '27, '28, '29. Page 34 JEAN SCHEEL 'I'his is a young boy named Scheel In school he's done a great deal l'le's made galore Sings in glee elub, wihat's more . He's debated and been an actor. H1-Y '27, '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '27, '28g Band '28g Orchestra '28g Glee Club '28g Mathematics '27g "Seven Keys to Ba1dpate"g "The Enemy"g Echo '27, '28, Debate Club '28, National Honor Society. VIRGINIA THOLEN How she tumhles into things Down the steps she's had a fling' l4'riendly, artive. gooml G. R. Best dressed girl in svhool by far. . G. R. '27, '28, '29, Mathematics Club '28g Setting-up Conference '28, '29, BEE BLAND Bee Bland's acquaintance VVas always hard to get But her initiative and sinuervness XVill make us know her yet. G. R. '27, '28, '29. PRESTON OWENS A good guard in football is Preston About that the-re's simply no question He studies, though 'tis true Not the whole day through For he is no prude. not this Preston. Hi-Y '28, '29, Football '27, '28, Basketball '28, '29. ERNEST SCHARENBERG Ernest SI'll2ll'9lllD9l','l,' can do Anything' he sets his mind to lf he wanted grades, you would see That on the honor roll his name would be ZORA KNOX She's our standby, our pal A most dependable gal. XVlhen we need a seamstress or Cook 'l'o eomznl-tent Zora we look. G. R. '27, '28, '29g Fall Conference '28, Camp Wood '28g Cabinet '29g National Honor Society. RUTH DAILEY Ruth is a girl who can smile She does it all the while .Xt play or at work Not a whit does she shirk ln far-t we think she's quite the style. BILL RESER Bill Reser is that big boy N'Vith very red, red hair You see him in the laboratory 'Frying' with physics his mind to impair. Band '27, '28, '29, H1-Y '27, '28, '29, Football '27, '28. Page 35 NDEN Lucile Mc-Linden is Dre-4l:1's pal She-'s a hvlper in G. H. An inilispensahlo gal. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Glee Club '27, LUCILE MCLI LYNN BISHOP Hzfs little, but he's wise Has a tt'l'l'lll' fm' his sizv. He-'s thin, but ho's jolly l-his a musician too, lfgnlly. '29, Orchestra '27, '28, '29, '29, Music Contest '28, '29, Scholarship Contes National Honor Society. Hi-Y '27, '28, NELS MUNSON Curly hair is a sign of smartness Many peuplv say. If this is true Nels may he reat man some day. ,X g' GRACE DAVIS 'l'his is Grace Davis XY'Im's dark gypsy "looks" Are very disarming Talking: uni' milicl from Inmks. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo '28, ROSALIE HEANEY Have you ever si-en a hook worm One who is studinus and smart Here is Rosalio Heaney h Shy surely has a good start. Em-H1 Frolic '28g G. R. '27, '28, '29, B '27 'J asketball LEE SWANSON This is big Lu' Swanson H1"s El rather svrinus hwy He takes timm tu lrmk at his But wvh-omi-s fun with juy. lr-ssnns LEE MADDEN You can te-ll he is a business man Ev all vnu hear him say Hle lnalies sandwiches at the 'l'lll'kiSll . That uri- very good-they say. H1-Y '27, '28, '29, OVERTA EWBANK She has pretty black lllfiil' And eye-s that are snappy Anrl this smilz- she dovs we-:ir Makes vvvrymio happy. Page 36 Band '27, '28, t '28 3 Team HOWARD NEELY Hlsxwnrd Neely is il good Ci2lllC9l' At llSl1Pl'ill2f he's some prnncer .X star :ls he w In "Seven Key" And il SflI1ll'llt als well :ls n lhlneelx U H Seven Keys to Baldpate , Hi-Y '28, '29, HELEN CROSS A girl truly l1llSillt'HS like .Xlid full ot' llllllltil' too NVhu is so very full of joy She singsnthe whole day tlll'Illlg'll. Glee Club '28, '29, Mlxed Chorus '28, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Librarian '28, '29, Music Contest '28, MARIAN MOTT ll" her eyes 2ll'0 iJl'l,L1'lli :ls stairs 'l'll2lt'S iVl2ll'i2lll Mott. lf sllc-'s smiling' alll the while 'l'll:lt's Dri2'll'l2lll Mutt. lf slle :lets like El Cute little l'llg'llt' lt' she talks with El cute little l1l'U,9,'lIv Sweet llel'slm:llity, full ot' l'2lSt'?llllj' 'l'hzlt's iUill'l2lll Mutt. ' "Bells of BeauJola1s" '27, Mathematics Club '27, C1C61'O Club '27, Glee Club '27, '28, '29, Orchestra '27, Music Contest '27, '28, Treasurer Glee Club '28, '29, G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. Cabinet '28, '29, Treasurer Senior I Class '28, President of Senior II Class '29, G. R. Setting-up Conference '28, '29, Fall Confer- ence '28, Estes Park Conference '29, National Honor Society. ALLAN WINN This is ylbllllg Allllll lvillll lVe'll never forget him He ITIJIKPS things hum So full of fun In Hi-Y, llebzlte llllti glee eluh, ' "Lady of the Terrace", Glee Club '27, '28 '29' H1-Y '27, '28, '29, Hi-Y Cabinet '27, '28, '29, Orchestra '27, '28, '29, Music Contest '28, Mixed Chorus '28, Debate Club '28, Echo '27, '28, '29, Hi-Y Conference '28, "The Rear Car." JOE KOPKE 'l'lmug'h Joe is so lligllifiell ,Xud VVt'2ll'S Stlltll0llS ,9,'i2lSSl'S, He likes to tl2lllf'6 :ind halve growl timeS NVitll students in his ehlsses, LOLA JOHNSON Tiny :ind cheerful And l102lt als Villl he Of good llevds l,olzl's lll'lmflll No, they're not .lust for me. G. R. '27, '28, '29. ZONA B. WILSON A lot nhont Ztlllil XVilson There is to say She-'s illl actress, G. R. Siu,-fer, AllLi.NV9.llkl' her more eneh dzly. ' "Bells of BCEUJOIHISH '27, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Cabinet '28, Glee Club '27, '28, '29, , AUSTIN ANDREWS ,Xt hzlsketbllll wt-'ve notil-ell Austin is right there .-Xnd in study llilil he studies So quite well his lessons faire 5 7 7 Football, Basketball 27, 28, 29. ' Page 37 BYRON GOSSETT Byron Gossett onve met Katie Strolling :ill alone He took ai fancy to this "lady" Now always takes her home. Echo '29, THELMA DUENOW We never see .'I'helmzi Duenow Without ai smile on hor face This school will surely miss her Nu one could ever take her place G. R. '28, '29, Speech Department. NADINE GIBSON This is at young girl named Nudinu Her loveliness is unfziding' For it comes from within And has never been Spoiled from too much 1'l2Il'iUlllI3.I, Echo '27, '28, '29, G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. Cabinet '28, "Seven Keys to Baldpate", "Manikin and Minikin", G. R. Fall Conference '27, G. R. Setting-up Confer- ence '28, '29, Em-Hi Frolic '28, Re-Echo Staff '29, Debate Club '28, National Honor Society, "The Rise of Silas Lapham." ELIZABETH LANGLEY XVlitli the stuteliness of :L Queen With :ill the good she has Wrought 'Lizheth in our minds ever seen In our memories nu-'er forgot. G. R. '27 '28 '29- Cabinet '29' G. R. Fall Conference '28, Setting-up Conference '28, '29, Estes Park Con- ference '29, Glee Club '28, '29, Mixed Chorus '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '28, National Honor So- ciety, "The Rise of Silas Laphamf' MARJORIE I-IOOVER We lizivu he-re ai brown eyed girl XVho is the sumo from day to mlziy XYe hate to seo her graduate VVe'd like to have her stay. , Madison, Iowa, High School, G. R. '28, 29, Orches- tra '28, '29, Glee Club '28, BLANCHE JOHNSON This is Ifl2lIICll6 Johnson Most ludylike and de-mure Shi-'s more lux-ky than we For ol' her lessons slie's sure. G. R. '28, '29, VIRGINIA SUE ECKDALL Aly folks will me Virgiiiizi M.y tezioliers say thut, too. But I would Very much prefer 'l'hz1t vou would will me Sue. Glee Club '27, Gi R. '27, '28, '29, Estes Park Confer- ence '27, '29, Librarian '28, '29, Echo '27, '28, '29, U "The Rise of Silas Lapham. CARL BALLWEG Furl is the best "soda squirt" Of all the ones in the town At first you think he is ai "dude" But instezid you'll find him zi clown. Orchestra '24, Hi-Y '25, '26. Page 38 TOM BREED Tom is a gentleman He is a tease 'tis true But he wants us to think That he is 'onery, too. Orchestra '26, '27, "The Prmce There Was", "The Rise of Silas Laphamf' LOUISE DAVIS Louise Davis they ts-ll us Has read many a story. many a hook And that she foresakes her lessons , Just to be ahle to I-ook. LAMONTA CRAVENS "Durazno" is witty, clever, true, She is good looking, you all know that too, In plays, in Erho, on Re-EL-ho all, She's ready to help whenever we call.. Echo '27, '28, '29, G, R. '27, '28, '29, Setting-up Con- ference '28, '29, Spring Conference '28, Re-Echo '29, Em-Hi Frolic '28, "Seven Keys to Baldpate"g "Manikin and Minikin"g "The Rise of Silas Lap- ham"g National Honor Society, Debate '28. OSCAR ANDERSON Studying is this hoy's pastime We see his name on the honor roll And it makes us all feel confident l Success is Qst-ar's goal. 1 I H1-Y '29, Scholarship Contest '28, Senior Scholarship '29, Kansas State Essay Contest '28, National Honor Society. PAUL PHILLIPS Paul Phillips is a scout A fellow strong and stout Six foot two, eyes of blue Light hair, our descriptions through. THELMA JACOB Thelma is a maid so small And likewise very quiet But if any one can he a better friend XVe'd like to see them try it. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo '27, '28, '29. JULIA 0'CONNOR O'Connor's a chemistry shark XVorking formulas, for her, is just a lark Results are not at all bad NVhen Julia works in the lab. I G. R. '28, '29, Girls' Glee Club '27, Scholarship Con- test '27. GLENN BLAND Glenn Bland is a "dandy" For he is spiffy and neat It can't be said he's lazy I For he works at :Groceries M Meat." Scholarship Contest '28, H1-Y '27, '28, Page 39 MARTHALICE BRADFIELD lYhen you see lirmly coming down the strc-vt You'll stop, yuu'll think. 'Wwhere did she I meet?" A G. R, officer, ai pianist too, A mzlitl full ul fun, at frientl rnfost true. "Bells of BeauJola1s"5 G. R. '27, '28, '29g G. R. Estes Park Conference '27, Treasurer '29, Girls' Glee Club '27, '29, Orchestra Accompanist '29g Boys' Glee Club Accompanist '29g Music Contest '28, '29, G. R. Setting-up Conference '28, '29. CLAIR LEE WILCOXSON lVintt-r muy t'rim9, Winter Illily gn, Never :n care does this young' gentleman know Iltfs always merry, he's always glad 1 .Xml KJIIOC in it wlhile he's kinda bud. . H1-Y '29' Scholarship Contest '28g Glee Club '295 Mixed Chorus '29, Music Contest '29, "The Lady of the Terrace"g "The Rise of Silas Lapha1n." EDWIN LEWIS Edwin is it st-ieiuw guy An engineer, he'lI ho, lie takes some wires t'unnec'ts things up I And makes them run, you see. H1-Y '29g Scholarship Contest '29. RUTH GARDNER This is young Mistress Ruth Shes ll gurdener, it's the truth. Do you grow t-nvkle shells Also silver bells ' Pri-tty maidens in at row-for sooth Miss R G. R. '27, '28, '29. uth? EVELYN COOLEY Evelyn studied chemistry She stutlit-cl cooking too There will he fancy food At the Cottage Cafe If sho .Umixes up" the two. G. R. '27 '28 '29' Cicero Club '28, Echo Club '28, '29, I 7 7 Scholarship Contest '26, '27, MARTIN JONES Plzttunit- frientlship has at hnltl Un this play hero, sn fair, so lmltl XVe liute to admit Thut ht-'s made at hit ' But hull' of it's -not.yvt tultl, Em-H1 Frolxc '28, Em-H1 King '28g "Seven Keys to Baldpate"g Oratorical Contest '28, '29, "The Patsy", t'The Rear Car"g National Honor Society. RICHARD CROOK Rivlizird is at hunclsomu t-limp VVe know him like u hook Though zwts of mischief he may do He's reully not at crook. NADINE THISTLEWAITE This little g:irl's name dest-ribes her i":vr shes so duinty so light on her fem-t NVQ would know her unywhere By hor wholesome manner und self so petite, Page 1,0 EMILY LORD Emily is graivions, loyal, and kind She is demnre and oh, what a mind .-X Girl Rest-rve ol'flc'ei' no ono 'ere will surpass f'IV1'l'XUllt' loves this llfill' liitlv lzlss. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Cabinet '28, '29, Fall Conference '28, Estes Conference '29, Scholarship Contest '27, '29, Echo '29, Re-Echo Staff '29, National Honor Society. LOREN JENKINS lAl1'0ll Jenkins is at sm-all .Xml very nice little boy His hrains and "ready-to-do-ness' Make him the t0m'liei's' joy. Hi-Y '29. ERNEST GOULD This serious looking gentle-ninn ls an prince-ly chap I feel He hands out heiins :ind szimlwiehos ' In an wife milled "Ideal," H1-Y '28, '29. GRACE V. THOMAS The fzlvorito and swoetlienrt of our Em-Hi Shes allways an smile for you zintl for I Shes most full of pep ,Xml has il good 'rep' For hui' leaidership :ind hor ide-als most high. . G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. Cabinet '29, President Junior Class '28, Estes Park Conference '29, Glee Club '29, "The Enemy", "The Rear Car", Most Popular Girl M 29 CORNELIA VANDERVELDE Cornelia is at lllll'ill'l2lll .X sm-holzii' it is true. She works on the Echo stall' .Xnd helps in all Wm- do. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Librarian '28, '29, Echo '29, Debate '29, Scholarship Contest '28, '29, Citizenship Ora- torical Contest '26, National Honor Society. ROBERT DEPUTY Rohvrt is ai big boy .Xnd hv is lots ot' fun He seems to find his lessons in joy lilll let's tht-in worry him none. WESLEY FLEEKER XV, is for XX'esloy .X cartoonist most fine Who drew for this unnnul Of yours and mine. Re-Echo Staff '29. SARA LOUISE STEWART She is at shy little Miss .Xml we know this: She gets her lessons everyone Before she thinks oi' lmving' fun. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo '29. Page 41 FELIX LONG Felix Long' is a shark at the dance Like his namesake he's very shy For he seems to put the girls in a trance So he is a lueky guy. AUSTIN BEALS Austin is a mechanical hoy, Greasy wrenches and things pgive him joy If you auto won't go Or your watch runs U10 slow Bring it in. he'll give it a try. NEVA MAHONEY Neva Mahoney is Always full of glee She always knows her lessons So why shonldn't she he, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Basketball '28. NELLIE JARVIS Nellie is at lady so fine If you expert her she's .always on time When she gets to class 'Phe-y say that this lass Knows her lessons touthe very last line. G. RQ '27, '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '28. IVAN ANDERSON This is lvan Anderson NVe see him quite a bit XVe know that he is gentlemanly And has a ready wit. I Glee Club '27, '28, Echo '27, '28, '29, Mixed Chorus '27, '2s. ORVILLE PRICE He is a young manual arts scholar At arguing how he does holler His love for debate May decide his fate And make him a circus "baw1er," Scholarship Contest '27, '28, Debate '29. ELIZABETH OWENS lfllizaheth Owens lives out of town On a very nice, nice farm. XVe wish we Could go out there, too, lf that's where she gets her charm. MADELLE MEYER Here is a sweet little lass A hard worker in every class. She is most sincere Indeed its not queer She's more eredits than any in this elass. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Setting-up Conference '29, Camp Wood '28, Scholarship Contest '28, '29, Echo '28, '29, National Honor Society, First Prize State Chemistry Contest. Page 1,2 LOUIS JONES 'l'his is Louis Jones Whom you have seen on thc- mat He is that marvelous tumbler H- At whose IJPl'fl'Il'YI'l1lllf'9 We ull Imvv sat. 1-Y. IOLA LAMBERT Inla Lamlwrt has red hair Eyes of blue and ei classy air Sha- can work Init she van play A new adventure she finds vac-h day G. R. '27, '28, '29. GENEVIEVE GILLESPIE 'ZX whistling' girl and a i'l'0VVlllfJ,' ln-n" 'llllilt old sayin,9g's nut for our Gen. Fm' snvh joyous tunes dues she tvncl She nt-Ver c-onlcl 1-mme tu a had 4-nfl. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Orchestra '27, '28, '29, Echo '28, Music Contest '28, Em-Hi Frolic '28, Rhythmic Circle '27, FRANCIS MYERS He is always sleepy XV? know the reason why. Ht- stays up late to radio 'Cnnse he's :i mevhaniciil "pgny." CLARENCE MADDERN Une teavlivr said a "vc-ry fine c-han" When describing' Clarence Maddern lie is very quiet and very neat . So we'll nnt him nu as a pattern. H1-Y '26, '27, '28. HELEN HOBBS .X laughing' red lwml she .Xs jolly as can be In fact she's just the sort I NVE- will a very gnml -sport. "The Prince There Was", Tumbling Team '29, G. R. '27, '28, '29, Cabinet '29, Em-Hi Frolic '28. ALICE FEHR Nut in lhrnflorlaml is this Alix-0 Sho has lun mum-h else to mln Shv's a G. R., and 11 sf-lmlai' And has manv avtivitivs too, n G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo '28, '29, Cicero Club '28, Scholarship Contest '27, '28, National Honor Society. GANES JUDSON XVithuut lnlcilo Ganos would he Nut able to think, Hear or seo. Page 43 ROBERT OE LKER For the Echo he has written In the Hi-Y he has "sittin"' For the gridiron he was fitted By vupid's-dart he has been hitted. Football '27, '28, H1-Y '27, '28, Echo '2'7. LORENA HINZE Lorena plays the violin, Very, very Well. 'l'Iie best she knows oi' 2ll1y one 'l'hat's what she will tell. G. R. '26, '27, '28, Orchestra '26, '27, '28, Mu test '28, '29, E. H. S. Quartet. HELEN KELLEY In HSEIIIUP for the Goslings' Helen ,-X lot about noting she does know. lf you have her acquaintance had You know as ai friend she-'s not so '26, '27, '28, Echo Club, "Sauce fo had. G. R. CLIFFORD McCLU NE Do von know Clifford McClune? sic Con- did show r the Goslingsf' If von don't, vou're sure to right soon. For he's snapiiy and Cute Above maidens' rebuke. Echo '29, EDWIN MCCOLM This is young' Edwin McColm If you looklin a newspaper column Soon you will see . A first rote farmer .is he. I H1-Y '27, '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '28, National Honor Society. MARY CATHERINE HINES This is Mary Catherine Hines XVho's at very jolly student 'l'o do the very hest thing she pines So you see she's also prudent. G. R. '27, '28. DREDA BAILEY There is ai Yfillllg' lady has red Purls She is indeed a girl among girls. Her temper doesn't match Her 1-nrly red thatch She's an exeeedlngly agreeable girl. G. R. '27, '28, '29g Em-H1 Frollc. RUSSELL HELVIE His name is Russell I-lelvie He studies quite a bit I-Ie has Curly hair und drives ai 0:11 Yon'd like him, were sure of it. Page 44 LEO KRUEGER Loo is :1 big fellow, But very. very young, Just listen to tho teachers And his praises yon'll hezlr Sllllll. CARLENE GUFLER This is Miss t'ui'lt-lie Gufler Nothing on s-earth seems to ruffle 'Q-r She is very nice Yet not preeise This young Indy :mined Gufler. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Setting-up Conference '28, Glee Club '28, '29, Mixed Chorus '28, Librarian Glee Club '28, '29, Mathematics Club '27, Re-Echo Staff '29, "The Lady of the Terrace", "The Rear Car", e Rise of Silas Lapham", National Honor So- ciety. BERTHA SERVICE Service is her name Happy is he-r nature Indeed We know she is .X jolly little "c1'z1tLirt-." G. R. '26, '27, '28, '29, Em-Hi Frolic '28, Glee Club '27, '28, '29, Tumbling Team '27, '28, Rhythmic Circle '26, '27. GENEVIEVE HUGHES This girl's u shark at keeping hooks And not so had when it comes to looks Shi-'s little and she-'s quiet. too, Hut still most everything she'll do. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Scholarship Contest '27. LA VERNE VLIET Pretty red hair has l,z1Verne Vliet She is quite an athlete She :lot-sn't worry She rloesn't hurry - Yet. in the orchestra she has an sont. . Rhythnuc Clrcle '26, '27, Em-H1 Frohc '28, Girls' Basketball Captain '28, G. R. '26, '27, '28, '29, Or- chestra '28, '29, Music Contest '28, '29, ROSALIE HANNA XVith mincing steps on dainty feel Hurt- comes Rosalie Who's so petite. .X good G. R., in the orchestra. too XVe'd like to know what she 1-un't do She can sing, what 1-an't she rlo? Orchestra '27, '28, '29, Music Contest '27, '28, '29, Glee Club '27, '29, Cicero Club '27, Mathematics Club '27, "Bells of Beaujolais" '27, G. R. '27, '28, '29, G. R. Cabinet '28, Estes Conference '29, Fall Conference '29, "The Lady of the Terrace", "The Rise of Silas Lapham." ALTHEA McLAREN lmpulsive. exotiv, tall XY.hut clothes she Wore this fall She-'s an leading G. R., has many ai t'rivnsl Hut has time For studies an eye to lm-ntl. . G. R. '27, '28, '29, Sprmg Conference '28, Setting-up Conference '28, Mathematics Club '27 '26- "The Rise of Silas Laphamf' ' ' GEORGE TOMPKINS George is the kind ot' 1-Imp 'Phat does things without fuss llc-'s been three years in our high school And we-'re sorry he's leuvilng us. I Scholarship Contest '28, '29, National Honor Society. "Th Page 45 HENRY PRICE This is Henry Price Vtfhu is always in a hurry NVe'd think he'd have plenty of time For his grades are sure no worry. Echo '28, '29. IRENE DESKINS She has red hair and eyes of blue And that is very Irish, too. She has the pep and lots of fun And that is like an Irishman, G. R. '28, '29. FLORENCE HAWKINS Florence is a mathematician. Florence is a good musician. In the rhythmic circle was a dancer At any activity we'd gladly chance her. I G. R. '27, '28, '29, Orchestra '28, '29, Mathematics Club '27, Rhythmic Circle '27, MYRLE THOMAS Myrle Tliumas, charming creature. Kindness shines from every feature, Her car she drives most every place, And love of fun is Ill her face. G. R. '28, '29. RUTH SALSER Of all the girls in the fashion plate Ruth's the one tu "take the Cake." She is a modern, good-looking blond One of whom bo-ys are very fond. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Setting-up Conference '28, Echo '27, '28, Rhythmic Circle '27, OTTALIE JOY NEBEL Ottalie Joy has a beautiful voice And many talents rare. Her name is on the honor roll And in activities she-'s had her share.. G. R. '29, Glee Club '29, Echo Staff '29, Music Con- test '29. VERA ARMSTRONG Vera Armstrong is That serious. sweet faced Miss W'ho seems unusual tn us For she finds her work real bliss. G. R. '27, '28, '29. KENT SNEDEGER A dark-eyed villain is Kent WVith eye brows fiercely bent ln mystery plays, his hearers he sways And puts them all in a shudder. I Orchestra '26 '27 '28' Band '27, '28, Class President 7 5 Y '25, Class Treasurer '26, "Bells of Beaujolais"g Football '25, Track '25, "The Enemy"g Mixed Chorus '26g Glee Club '25, '27, Page 46 EDITH THEYE Horn- is a real wise lookivg lady Her name is Edith Theye. It seems to us she is planning 'l'o do great things by and by. 1 G. R. '27, '28, '29, Echo Club '28, Mathematics Club '27, CHESTER NICHOL Ullostel' is a big boy Ht- has somewhat wavy hair For entertaining college ladies 'Fhoy say he-'s really "there," 7 Band '27, '28, '29, Usher '27, 28, 29, Hi-Y '27, '28, '29. CHRISTIAN JACOB Chris, tht- pompous, the matter o' fact Whos wvn renown because he can act. XV.ith de-ep. deep dimples and eyes o' blue Hes likelv to thrill the heart o' you. Glee Club '27, '28, "Seven Keys to Baldpate", "The Enemy", Hi-Y '27, '28, '29, Football '28, DONALD KELLEY I know a young' fellow named lion The typo folks hang names on lt's "Kelly" ol' "II'iSIIuf Not a disposition "fil'ish" Hut I tell you he's not so dumb. WILLIAM HOLMES Hill Holmes is a good looking lad Precise, tall, well clad At studies has not so good - Hut Could do lxettel' if he would. H1'-Y '28, '29. RICHARD REMY I new-r laugh and l never smile And I never lark nor play I study and work all the while H. Y '28 the rest of you waste the day. 1- , . EUGENE RYAN H1-'s an actor and ht-'s handsome 'Phougli l1e's fit-kle he is nice Ht-'s a champ at tennis foursome . So our hearts he does entice. H1-Y '27, '28, '29, "Seven Keys to Baldpate", "The Enemy", "Sauce for the Goslings", "The Rise of Silas Lapham", Tennis Champion '28, "The Rear Car." MARIE BROWN No better studt-nt than slit' And a. very good G. R. is Marie. About Latin. a lot she does know And in Mathematics she's not so slow. G. R. '27, '28, '29, Mathematics Club '27, Cicero Club '27. Page 47 gmjfgfz The KfeG.c2h.o . 1.3, CJ CHESTER THORNE Chet's a manly, friendly fop, Good naturally doing things if he wants to or not You never see him frown or fret He has a good time, too, you can bet. Glee Club '29g "The Lady of the Terrace", "The Rear Car"g "The Rise of Silas Lapham"g Re-Echo Staff '29, Music Contest '29, Mixed Chorus '29. PAULINE SATCHELL Her hair 'tis red And she studies much P 1' S t hell So au ine a c . I Reaps her harvest as such. Librarian '28, '29, Echo '28, '29, G. R. '26, '28, '29. WALTER BUTCHER Vvalt Butcher was a scholar He was a gentleman too But he would not look at any girls So what were they to do? LA VERNE SOMERS At football he's a hero Handsome? He can't be beat. ' You're sure to know LaVerne lf him you ever meet. Football '27, '28, '29g Captain 29. VVALTREEN PHOENIX VValtreen's good looking And very neat. She know her lessons, too, - And as ai music-ian can't be beat. Colored Girls' Reserve '27, '28, '29g Secretary '29. NOLA L. MOORE 'l"ru4.- blue is Nola L. Moore She gets many a good grade She'll always be remembered For 21 success of herself shes made. Colored G. R. may . lgrlg f 420 Page 48 The R6 GCIIIO Ruth Brown, Aileen Howell, Charles Williams, Ruth Hanna union' Glass The Juniors of 1929, otherwise known as the "pride of the faculty," the "ideal of the lowly Sophomores," the "envy of the aged Seniors," are in every way worthy of such significant titles. It goes without saying that we are a clever bunch. We are very studious and without us the honor roll would be slim looking indeed. Many of us will be found in the glee clubs, band and orchestra, where we are almost indispensable. We just know that the operetta and the plays would not have been nearly so successful if Junior talent had not helped out so much. We are justly proud of our Junior athletes also. In football and basketball our boys reflected honor not only on E. H. S. but also on their class. The juniors have been so busy with the most important phase of high school, studying, that they have found little time to enter into the gaities and frivolities of youth. But "a little fun now and then is relished by the best of men" and we are no exceptions. So we had a delightful line party last fall. Now we are planning ano'her social function to afford a little recreation to our busy mind. We quake with fear when we contemplate the momentuous position our friends, the Juniors of 1930 must soon assume, but we wish them luck and promise our assistance when they despair of living up to the standards set by our class. As to the Seniors-we bid you an affectionate farewell. May you have success and happiness in your new lives. If you, dear upperclassmen are apprehensive of our ability to take over your high position, cease worry- ing at once, because your successors are more than capable. The whole class wishes to thank Mrs. Maul, Mr. Long, Miss Rice and Miss Douglass for all that they have contributed toward making 1929 one of the happiest of years for us all. " 3 'Q' 4:1 A 5:13 . I 9,1 9 , 43, 4, Page 49 nnxen 'l'llHTfl'l4' Vim-11lr111ex' SUlllit'l'Y Frv ennw, Stunc, Gl'l'l'll, Williuxns, Mervdith, f,il'PEll1'X', Star, .J .' , . .. u. . , . ,, , Allen, Ilixlerg lfnsnn, Lindley, CHl'llH0l'l, Hulli11,2'shv:1cl. llultz: lmwsumx. II1-lfn-y, Nic-lmlsmu Mstill Mm'g:m. Hll,q'l10s, .Iw1l1nsun, Grozvrl, Biznl. Page 50 5 i i wlrlls. xXlt',Lf2lIlll, Sillllltlt'l'S. Ilzlrt. Alllnvlly: l'w11wu5', lh-aim-5'. l"I1-ts-lu-1'. tirinu-S: I.i4-iz, Hilllllllvl' . mums. 'I'hmn:ns, lilm-klnlrnz 'I'ruy1-1-, his , l4IlQlH1 In Imp, Zmdsml, Ymlmr, .lm-ulmsi Ilvl.uug'. Austin, .X1'l11Htl'n11g' --1 '4-lmmml, xxYilli2lI'llS. HIIZZIIIWI, XYirlic'k, Ruth. Page 51 1 x ! ' 'nw J 1- '--4 1VLx-llinfvr' Gwlt IIPIIIYLIIII Mm xml, .XIlLll'0XVS, lxlK'l'l'l1il,l1, XX'ula-xw-1', Mc-lllvzxlug 1 'ell, ll-nk, Man., 3. , . , , A ' " ' ""' 4' 'W -rl H.ill9lltllll' 1'xl'Illll'i5 vis, liirsvhlm-rx H4'I',Qfl'l'hIHlSi'I Ufjnxyzly, lluglle-5, I1 ndun, lnlmlm, lulmm. huh , , XY2ll!SiK'k1l'I Diggs. Hulch-u. fikllllllliv. Guinn, Stvwanrt. Page 52 px I 31 Q -f 3 QCTf:2svD" 1. , tt' 4 ' ln! . s -2 ' f - ' . Q of 'V' 5 ' at 1 - Q The. REELIIIJ " f 1 " Q 9 Sophomore Glass The Sophomore class was organized in the early part of this year. At our first meeting we elected the following: CHASE WILSON ......- -. ......... - - President HAROLD Ulm: ------ ----- Vive-President. CRESCENTIA GUFLER ....... Scaretru'y-Treasurer . .l The president appointed two committees, a flower committee and a. social committee. The latter, at the solicitation of the socially inclined members of our class, met and planned some parties. But the plans could not be consumated-due to various hindrances. While We haven't had many social events we have been a studious group and many of our members entered the Scholarship contest. We are proud of our class. It has a wonderful spirit, it has many ambitious members. We have made this class one of the best Sophomore classes. Last year the class increased in popularity. This year it is more sog what can we hope for next year? Much, that's certain. Q , r: , fel-f YQQ cfs A ., 'V f ' "D Page 53 Harvey James, Evelyn Thompkins, Harold Urie, Mary Jane Shephard Althea Hinze, Jennie Hawkins, Lillian Cracroft, Clara Straeter, Nellie Butler, Maurine Knouse, Ruth Madison, Florence Phillips, Helen Finley Chase Wilson, Oscar Williams, Manard Powell, Evelyn Madison, Helen Hamilton, Beth Mott, Lorene Hoch, Evelyn Jones, Olive Woolwine, Adah Lind, Nadine Brown, Deloy Heath, Maurine Wagner, Imogene Shoop, Cornelia Conwell, Eva Lou DeYoung, Henry Lee. Irene Helm, Erna Hobbs, Vesta Saffer, Frank Faust, Grover Piper, John Patton, Luther Williams, Arnold Davidson, Merrill Hensen, Merle Turkle John McCreary, Tommy Roberts, Grace Brock, Gorman Brandley, Evelyn Brown, John Harvey, Irene Kussman, Ralph Richards, Hazel Davis Thomas Babinsky, Elizabeth Wismeyer, Leota Brown, Lorene Yost, Peggy Ballweg, Margaret Schreiner, Marguerite Rowland, Crescentia Gufler, Ray Setty, Alma Denny, Louise Huth, J. D. Petty, Irma Rees. Page 54 .fl I I ! Q eg? 42: , g . Q' J- ' l - " I o ..g, .g, ' Ze, z .el " V lfx Y f .x - KQV! 43? cg: J L- 'QA . HGCIVICIHS A .A 0 0 o 465 W7 K ., -m. Q 4 4' 5 4 .M ff , y gr: "ar: 3 is . r f. Q 3 jf .f Y :I-l f "." hw 15 v 1 yu W, I v V v ,. V f4kfI--wi "-Vik? 'Milk HLA, A lg 2' ,Wg-u'9'1 , E ,VU A,--, gn, .f L W ,.,.:,a11qY .gh L x , yi' 4 x. Q J , -Y Q! V 1, yy ' 1, J M W . ' L '- 'lf 1: 'W I., --'.1.,,Q,j,.L' ,.,, , . P' . -dm u . ,-. 3 EI--X' 1 AH!! l1'f'1',s"' ,J , A., - ' f 'K 'X ' ff K-5 ff, ff? 7 ' Q Q gd K Q! DM J az' Q f n V .Er ' W xv! QM Y, my L Q f -17 " ,,,, ......., 1A..,6, 1 , ,,.., A,,- f H- 5 lille- ' i?i2l?7?3???f! QR Lf D X , -- .:. -, 4 N - - ,-, -K .."-' wf'f,- . - ' -:f4i::,:.,,g,i f ,- v ,r,--g f,- --0 -' S 3 M- ,-,, 2XthIviirn Page 5:' , I . 4 'F Xwkff t 3 iw WM yw lf? .Ka .. Q my f . ri , f W 2 Aw W -Y--.w I A A -v 1."2fH": ...fi V ., 3 x ,E-if 463' 1 x LAVERNE SOMERS RICE BROWN, -JR. Captain, Football, l28 Captain Basketball, 73 COACH FREEMAN HUCKSTEP E. BUCKLEY, M. JONES, J. BRADFIELD, O. SMITH Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! ,fu ..,-,,.,-' FIGHT YELL Rah! Rah! Rah! Rah! Fight! Fight! Fight! Fight! Emporia Fights! Emporia F1ghtQ! ww- f Emporia Fights! .t . .. 1 -.-' . ' .. "'1 .J n -A . x' Q . , . 1 , . .. x.'x,F,.A, , , P11 gv 51? '...' A, 1'-. - ,C , f".,,..f-'x ,- . , . . . - 'Q -y 1 -5 ... ,-yin., fi . L 1'-Q-..,'. 1- ,X 'kill 7 -l gala RICE BROWN, JR.-"RICY" Age, 173 Endg Weight, 155 When the opponents came around right end they found "Ricy" there ready to stop them. V He also did some scoring, being on the receiving end of most of "Kinter's" passes. JAMES KINTER-"JIM"-Captain-Elect Age, 17g Halfbackg Weight, 160 In Jim, E. H. S. had a triple threat man. His passes were accurate and long, his punts made many a safety work to catch them, also he was always good for a gain. "Jim" is captain-elect of the 1929 team and we hope him the best of luck. CHARLES WILLIAMS-"CHUCK" Age 17g Halfbackg Weight, 155 At wing half, "Chuck" was sure a big hindrance to the opponents' tackles and if a runner got through the line they had still a harder time getting by "Chuck," WESLEY PARKS-"FAT" Age, 18, Guard, Weight, 225 "Fat" was a good player, taking care of his share of the men. He could make a hole in any line for a gain. HARRY TRAYLOR-"ETTA" Age, 19, Center, Weight, 150 Although a little light for his position, Traylor made them know that he was there by his fine defense Work. X . - f. I . I . I , "- ' ' m f- ff-.J g V A .,. It -. ,.5 ..'-. ',, , A . -lv -1 .i u ',- ' J,-' Prlge 5 ?' xr ,JK ,-was PRESTON OWENS-"PRET" Age, 19g Guardg Weight, 165 Many a quarterback changed signals after they tried to go through Pret's side of the line. A guard to replace Pret next year will be hard to find. WILLIAM RESER-"BILLY" I Age, 17g Tackle, Weight, 175 "Billy" was a tackle that would make any high school coach happy. His fine offense work made him a big help to the team. He also did the t'dick" to begin the game. AUSTIN ANDREWS-"FAT" Age, 185 Center, Weight, 175 When the season opened E. H. S. needed a center to fill Reeble's shoes and "Fat" did that job. When his 175-lb. hit them they knew they were hit. EARL PAUL-"SWEDEN Age, 19, Tackle, Weight, 165 Earl got a late start but it did not take him long to prove his ability and before the season ended he gave many a team some hard blows. CLAYTON ROTH-"PACE" Age, 189 Halfbackg Weight, 160 "Pace" played his second year at half. Injuries in the first game handicapped him but in the last game he showed us what he could do. Page 58 wiiin HERBERT FORRESTER-"HERB" Age, 18, Guard, Weight, 165- "Herb" played his second year at guard and when the call is given next year it is going to be hard to find a man to take l'H61'b,Sl, place. CLARENCE GEORGE-"GEO" Age, 175 End, Weight, 150 This was Clarence's first year but he sure did make good and he will be back rieixt year to give the opponents plenty of trouble. BENJAMIN STRUBE-"BEN" Age, 18, Tackle, Weight, 175 This was f'Ben's" first year but he made it a good one and developed into a fine tackle. He will be back to take his place next year. ERNEST OWENS-"ERNlE" Age, 175 End or Guard, Weight, 155 "Ernie" could play two positions and either one of them good. He was always full of fight and next year will probably see him in the lineup as a regular. COURTNEY LUCAS-"PANTHER" Age, 17, Quarterback, Weight, 130 "Panther" was never down till he had four or five men on him. Opposing teams say "Give him a foot and he will take the foot just this side of the goal line." .-"wh . -,H 'vs 1: 'K .1 Page 59 '-f- " ' cf 'fJ?I"U The Iliff EIIIO -, ' ' ' Q ' 0 5 ml J N6 Ggootballfa The year of 1928-29 has been very successful in athletics for E. H. SJ Coach Huckstep, who came from Osage City last year, has done fine work for his first year. In football the season was suc- cessful although w'e lost a majority of the games. Captain LaVerne Somers led the team and in spite of injuries played fine football all through the season. Basketball had one of the most successful years in the history of E. H. S. Under the leadership of Captain Rice Brown, Jr., the team lost only a small per cent of their games. With only three let- termen Coach Huckstep produced a fine team. E. H. S. had its first year in track and did fine although no dual meets were scheduled. The boys won third place in a district meet in Eureka in which 26 schools were entered. In every school there must be some one to keep the students together in the yelling. This job was done in fine shape by our four cheerleaders. Each received a megaphone at the football nanquet for the work. .3. ' 'P 19-19 4' ws- Q 'S' ,,, 42' Page 60 -. A -l , FM? . ECL fbi: -. 11,21 - .5 -I IV. X Q4 ,f-Til fl". .l3!,,q5ixD . fs. . . y - s-feN-.ff- f - -. 1 1: 5 L , ".l'L'f':-.14'. .1 ,- - . '- -'.- ':gj:. . 'r' .V - , - l. K ' - .Vi if ' l,',,Ql 12' ' r --' , l A I "L'. brit '. 1. .- :E f' 2 -' jfijf, -fs Q,,i,.'jjQJA ,' 2 fd OTIS SMITH---"OTIE" Age, 175 Weight, 140 When "Otie" came in the crowd marked up a goal. Otis is one of the best shots in this part of the state but his lack of experience kept him off the first team. JAMES KINTER-"JIM" Age, 173 Weight, 160 Jim played his first year as guard and did it well. He kept the two regulars working and next year will find himself on the first team. EUGENE WALLER-"GENE" Age, 175 Weight, 140 This was Gene's first year at basketball but he surely made good. Although small his cleverness with the ball more than made up. He has two more years to play. CHARLES WILLIAMS-"CHUCK" Age, 175 Weighi, 155 "Chuck" was a guard and a good one, too. He made the two regulars work for their positions and next year should see him as a regular. AUSTIN ANDREWS-"FAT" Age, 183 Weight, 175 "Fat" was one of the best guards E. H. S. has ever had. He was a defense man, and could be depended on for three or four baskets. 'F-QQ.. Q ' sk, lk., ,, -,.' Pnye 61 QD DONALD RESCH-t'IDON" i Age, 165 Weight, 145 Donald did something that few do. He came over from Junior high and made the squad his first year. VVe expect much of "Don" in the coming years. PRESTON OWENS-'APRETH Age, 20, Weight, 170 "Pret" held down the other guard position for his second year. He is a fine de- fense man and made the first tournament team. RICE E. BROWN, JR.-"RICY" Age, 179 Weight, 155 "Ricy" played forward and led the team in scoring. He also played a fine defense game. This was his second and last year. MORRIS SMITH Age, 199 Weight, 165 Morris played center and although he got a late start he soon proved his ability and found his name in the lineup many times. JOHN POWELL Age, 17g Weight 155 Powell played center and held down the position fine. This was his first year but he made many experienced centers work during the game. Page 62 1 .J '1 5. 1 Emporia El11p0I'13 Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Emporia Total iBasketba1l.fv PRE-SEASON -----48--Osage City -- ----12 ---24---Alumni --- -,--15 SEASON ---19---Eureka -- ----15 ---26--Fredonia -- ----25 ---41--Manhattan -- ----20 ---23--Salina .... ----16 ---35--Burlington -- ----16 ---16--Ottawa ...... .... 2 3 ---29--Yates Cen'er --- ----25 ---41--Eureka .-.-.. ----17 ---17---Peabody .... ----14 ---32--Burlington --- ----22 ---21--Council Grove -- ----13 ---18--Topeka -..-.. ----21 ---27--Yates Center --- ----22 ---24--Junction City --- ----11 -U29--Manhattan ........ ----22 16--Ottawa ............ .... 1 4 REGIONAL TOURNAMENT AT EMPORIA --- ------------..-- -.-24--Americus .......... ----16 --- -------------.... 24--LeRoy ............ ----16. ---------------21--Ottawa --------- ,---1'7 STATE TOURNAMENT AT SALINA ---------------12--Wilson --------- ----16 ----------u--29--Fredonia -- ----37 ----596 Total --- ---420 Page If-J GIRLS' TUMBLING TEAMS Alberta Burrel, Peggy Hensley, Grace Brock, Hazel Webb, Dorothy Cole, Marjorie Riddle, Juanita Nichols, Inez Schmidt, Evelyn Brown, Leota Brown, Ruth Hodson, Helen Hobbs, Gladys Yost, Christine Green, Priscilla Jenuine, Miss Darner. The girls' tumbling team was organized early in the fall and consists of the best tumblers in E. H. S. An exhibition was given by them in chapel and many comments were made as to their ability at tumbling. Regular uniforms Were purchased by the school. BASKETBALL TEAMS Senior, from left to right-Margaret Anderson, Neva Mahoney, Charlotte Lang- don, Jennie Graham, Emma Scharenberg, Ruth Koontz, LaVerne Vliet. Soplzofnlore-Peggy Hensley, Leota Brown, Alberla Burrell, Jean Reid, Alice Mc- Millan, Maurine Wagner, Hazel Webb, Eva Lou DeYoung, Hazel Clark, Evelyn Brown Eva Hainline, Cornelia Conwell. Jun'io'1'-Catherine Groves, Dorothy Jane Sawyer, Juanita Nichols, Ruth Hodson Inez Schmidt, Helen Wilks, Irene Jacob. 5 dr I uk' g ii I g 'tffvr I ' .' ,-' . A Hi- T '. ' '- -- -, K . QV ., :., 7 V, f Y,-A , , .,1i..,,.,- ,L il Y-,N ,J ' X- ,lf 1.-Q KE' -fix' X J" s--,.f-. Page G4 1' . -fggf-.rv--wif-v-c ,W-3: Qcugm , l ' ' I u lil I 5' THE R6 HG H0 'f ' ' 1 wsu. New CALL THE F Ron.. s F 1 N l w mx - U UA 'idx 1-sl- i,, Gbrganizaiinna 19-1-9 1. 4, Page 65 First Row-Lynn Bishop, Assistant Business Manager, Emily Lord, Calendar Editor, Winnifred Burrell, Editor-in-Chief, Lee Teverbaugh, Business Manager, Nadine Gibson, Assistant Senior Editor. Second Row--LaMonta Cravens, Organizations, Mildred McGuire, Kodak, Grace Gunter, Typist, Carlene Gufler, Girls' Athletics, William Hart, Junior Assistant Business Manager. Third Row-Chester Thorne, Art Editor, Marion Howard, Sponsor, Lucille Helfrey, Junior Assistant Editor, Rice Brown, Jr., Boys' Athletics, Wesley Fleeker, Car- toons. Fourth Row--F. J. South, Advisor, George Lodle, Sponsor, Helen Kahn, Sponsor, H. R. James, Sponsor. C. U. Nichols, financial advisor, could not be in the picture. Cifihe KIQ2-Echo Staff In September, 1928, the editor and business manager of the Re-Echo with the faculty sponsors met and chose the editoral and business staff for the 1929 Re-Echo. The editor and business manager for the 1930 annual were also chosen in the fall. The staff worked faithfully during the year and to advertise their product put on a chapel program in March. The program was a meeting of the faculty portrayed by staff members in which it was decided that the student body would pay for the books. During the meeting Mr. Lodle went to sleep because of having to be up so late with the honorary member of the staff, Miss Margaret Lodle. A musical reading was given by Miss Miller, accompanied by Mr. Hurt and Mr. South. ' A contest was held during the fourth hour classes to get the most subscriptions and the most paid subscriptions. Mr. James' chemistry class, under the captaincy of 'Virginia Sue Eckdall, won the five-pound box of candy for the most paid up subscrip- tions, and Miss Sorenson's boys' glee club, under the captaincy of Lee Wilcoxson, won the five-pound box of candy given for the most subscriptions. Miss HoWard's French class, under captaincy of Grace Gunter, received the consolation prize of a two-pound box of candy for the next highest number of paid up subscriptions. 1 4 Page UU . . ,.-,. 7.13, ., 3. g. .' '43 -1 I fe . f X -...f,,.,- L' 1. Cfdhe Echo The "Echo," our weekly E. H. S. paper, has had a successful year under the editorship of Virginia Lee Saunders and the co-opera- tion of her staff. Early last fall they sponsored a beauty-popularity contest, the result ending in students subscribing for the paper. The number of the staff of the "Echo" is larger than any preceding year. They are students working on the paper. The Echo produced four special editions this year, they were: The April Fool, the Girl Re- serve, Hi-Y and Senior issues. The members of the staff were: M. Anderson, E. Andrews, M Birch, L. Bellinger, L. Bradley, J. Cannon, L. Cooper, P. Cowan, M Duncan, G. Ferree, G. Fish, B. Ford, J. Graham, C. Groves, D. Hirschler, R. Hodson, P. Hollingshead, A. Howell, F. Lattin, A. Ludy, D. Ludy, B. Mclllvain, A. Mellinger, J. Mellinger, M. Meyer, J. Nich- olson, M. Peak, H. Price, 0. Richards, M. Rogers, P. Satchell, D Sawyer, E. Scharenberg, V. Simmons, R. Star, O. Steg, S. Stewart Harold Urie, M. Widick, D. Wolever, Harold Urie, 3 l Page U7 v l O 3 'N - fi ' ' if-l A -- ., . ,-, ,-, 1 I ,-, A I dei. A ru -I Uv Q sv-ID " 5 " f L . 1 s J 4 - A 4' u 'u' 4 " - " I ' ' Q-vlfzwfji ' 'WT EN' fy av 'I i"L"xQJ ' E- 4 K3 "iii ,C-:fig NL- .1 4' I Cf rs .- - U1 U 'G l Girl KIQSETQJE Gini? - ' OFFICERS ' . President ----- ---------- - -- LUCILLE Cooerm Vice-President -- .-........ ......... E MILY LQRD Secretary ----- -........ C ORINNE GALT Treasurer --------------.--...- -- ..... MARTHAMCE BRADFIELD This organization represen's practically every girl in school, and with their varied interests has tried to appeal to every type. At the opening of school a representative group of girls attended the Setting-up Conference to plan the Work for the year. Every girl remembers the feeling of being a Sophomore, and the Big Sisters triezl to help them adjust themselves to Senior high school. A large party was given at the Y. W. C. A. and every girl given an opportunity to meet girls Whom she did not know. Emporia high school was represented at various camps by the'following girls: Estes Park-Lucille Cooper, Emily Lord, Corinne Galt, Marion Mott, Margaret Widick, Grace Thomas, Elizabeth Langley, Sue Eckdall, June Neely, Aileen Howell, Ruth Campbell, Rosalie Hanna, and Miss Brickell. . Camp Wood-Helen Hobbs, Zora Knox, Catherine Austin, Maedelle Meyer. Abilene-Virginia Tholen, Virgil Ferrebee, Catherine Groves, Juanita Nicholson, Lucille Helfrey, Mildred Peak, Claudia Williams, Clara Lockard, Maxine Guinn. Our dinners constitute a large part of our social life, and have been a means of many happy associations. No one could forget the assistance that the boys gave at the Hi-Y-G. R. dinner with their "bib and tucker" and their "frilly aprons." Every girl in school and her mother and father were privileged to hear Miss Holt, of Stevens College, at the installation service. If our organization has accomplished worth-while things, and has proven to be t. vital in the life of Emporia high school girls, it is due to the fine spirit of co-opera lon with the plans of the officers who have tried to "find and give their best." f 43. 43s ' 43, , . 9 Q , 43, de 13 .cb E Page 68 COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Program --- ------------- Marion Mott and Elizabeth Langley Social .......... Publicity ........ - World Fellowship --- Music -----. Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Miss Brickell ADVISORS Ice ----.- -..-..-..- Coverdill Sirpless Kahn --- Haynes Sorenson Darner - -- I,Il!fl' U9 Grace V. Thomas --------- Helen Hobbs ---- Zora Knox -- Ruth Brown - - - - Program - - - - Membership ------- Finance World Fellowship ---------- Service - - Publicity - - - Music - -- Social C3637 The purpose of the Hi-Y Club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. The Emporia Senior Hi-Y Club ranked again this year among the foremost in the state. The membership numbered over 100. Meet- ings were held bi-weekly at school and on alternating weeks evening dinners were held at the Y. M. C. A. Emporia sent delegates to conferences in Topeka, Newton, and Florence. The officers of this year were: President ..-..-.....-....-.. --- RICE BROWN, JR. Vice-Presiclent -..-..--- ---- - -- CLAYTON ROTH Secretanry .... ...-.. - - LYNN BISHOP Treasurer .-----H.-,-------.-----d---- JOE WEIGAND The sponsors were: J. R. Williams, C. D. Long, Freeman Huck- step, DeWitt Lee. Page ro , i 4 'W -' f-. 'ff-4l'xn,,f'N,,.-.--i,.N: -r-,fm,- A 3 ' ,ig or ",-4-if ,.-A .. If 1, ,-3, ,Og ug, ',,y X-1 .n I A f- --y .. 1 i '-,5',.-i.... J -f'-3 ,A ,,',,." 'a .M x ,ai Q '. '.',' . , L ,-. . -, ---- -,-Q,-,f . idi- -ff r.-z Eilfm f",.'. I , ,Jil ala' ., -,1 .. 'c Wei-D7 Eats Cjommittees Lee Madden, Fred Schmit, Paul Phillips, Louis Jones, Calvin DeLay, Ben Strube. Glenn Pennington, Lee Wilcoxson, Lee Teverbaugh, Otis Smith, Oscar Williams, Morris Smith. Clarence George, Chester Nichols, Clarence Maddern, Clyde Buchanan, Bill Reser, Harold George. Chase Wilson, Jack Watson, Glenn Conway, Deloy Heath, Edwin Williams, Dale Corson. Loren Jenkins, Sam Thomas, Glen Bland, Austin Andrews, Ralph Jones, Floyd Cowan, Red Cromwell. Nelson Fuson, Ed Johnson, Donald Pearman, Emmett Jones, Loy Fry, Lynn Bishop. J. D. Petty, Bob Hainline, Bill Humphreys, Bill Nutting, Clifford Collins, Merle Turkle. Tommy Roberts, Everett Childers, Philip Maxey, Paul Hoffman, Keith King, Howard Ensminger. George Cooke, Chester Adams, Howard Neely, Rice Brown, Jr., Lee Blossom, J. R. Williams, Sponsor. Wesley Parks, Preston Owens, Ernest Gilchrist, Ernest Owens, Charles Williams, Ray Schaffner. Kenneth McCants, Harry Bishop, Richard Remy, Ed Cramer, Ted Blackburn, Gilbert Meredith. Joe Morris, Ed Lewis, Everett Walker, Ben Vandervelde, Mac Grant, Carl Oxelson. Vernal Roth, Clayton Roth, Albert Sutton, Riley Stotts, Robert Oelker, Fred Briar. Oscar Agderson, Edward Sielert, Mr. Long, Sponsor, Ralph Bishop, Tom Ford, Ted Lor . Henry Lee, Luther Williams, Harold Urie, Howard Knight, David McCain, Mr. Lee, Sponsor. Eugene Waller, Christian Jacobs, Malcom Harwood, Don Richmond, Ernest Gould, Loy Fry. H Walter Birch, Joe Weigand, Lloyd Davies, Harold Scott, Manard Powell. Jean Scheel, Dave Morgan, Allan Winn, Edwin McColm, Grant Macomber, Fred O'Brien 'r N .7 ' L--I 'CJ . 'if . fi We f-x . . , . . - l ri ' A ga! f 4.1 if - J ,,.1 N. .. , 1 ' -. ,iff J 'r , . --.. .1 I nk 51- , . , f V, -.Luv if-A '14 s I : . If-N' , mf' V. . , Y . ' 7 - ' f ," I ,.. ... 1- r ni' ki .,1-,.c,Lf , '31, X, . i ' .1 ' . , . ,.'c.w, .,. -.gs 4 .19-s. ,.. ' Page 71 wi 4 , ilu? GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Langley, Widick, Monroe, Dudley, Shepard, Mclllvain, Wilson. Miss Sorenson, Kelly, Bradfield, Peak, lladig, Hopkins, Thomas, Nobel, Green. Bergerhouse, Ferrebee, Hamilton, Hanna, McGuire, Gufler, Finley, Rienow, Morse. Mott, Bixler, Cross, Jensen, Service, Brown fuccompunistj, Mayes, Parker, Gunter BOYS' GLEE CLUB Harwood, Jones, Thorne, Cowan, Knight, Buchanan, Oxelson, Brown. Childers, Hart, Smith, Wilcoxson, Winn, Buckley, Burnham, O'Brien. Scheel, Cramer, Teverbaugh, Bradfield Qaccompanistl, Miss Sorenson, Gilchrist, Mor- ris, Williams, Maconiber. Watson, Urie, Bradfield, Meredith, Groundwater, Wiand, Cochennet, Henson. Page 72 ORCHESTRA Adams, Austin, Baltz, Bishop, Blakely, Bowers, M. Bradfield, J. Bradfield, Clawson, Cole, Cowan, Crook, Ferree, Ford, French, Fuson, Getz, Gillespie, A. Hammer, M. Hammer, Hanna, Hand, Hart, F. Hawkins, J. Hawkins, Helm, Henson, Hinze, Johnson, Jones, Kiefer, King, Lawrence, Mellinger, Mouse, McCain, McGuire, Osborn, Richmond, Roberts, Smith, Vliet, Wasson, Watson, Weigand, Wiand, Williams, Winter, Parrington, Vandervelde. ' BAND Adams, Bishop, Cowan, Crook, Ford, French, Fuson, Hammer, Helm, Henson, Johnson, Jones, King, Lawrence, Mellinger, Mouse, Nichols, Osborn, Patton, Reid, Reser, Richmond, Robinson, Roe, Setty, Smith, Thomas, Williams, Winter, Yost, Par- rington, Blaine. Page 73 eilftcmuai Tffaining fllispiay The lovely things we see in the Window and room display were made by the E. H. S. boys who take manual training. The beautiful pieces of furniture show skill and artistic designing. Mr. Lodle is the director. ' Page 74 "THE REAR CAR" Shots in the night-Screams-Gorillas-Thunder-Rain-all did their share in making' "The Rear Car" one of the most brilliant mystery plays ever produced by Em-Hi students. "THE LADY OF THE TERRACE" The delightful Irish operetta given by the Emporia high school Glee Clubs was a decided success. The scene is laid in a lovely Irish manor. The stunning' costumes, sweet voices and splendid acting displayed talent and effective scenes. To Miss Sorenson praise is given for her efficient direction of the operetta. Page ?5 "THE PRINCE THERE WAS" Emporia playgoers certainly enjoyed themselves March 8 for that evening 'tThe Prince There Was," the G. R. and Hi-Y play, was produced. The play was a story of the boarding house life and about the love tale that found root and grew in these surroundings. CAST OF "THE RISE OF SILAS LAPHAMQ' SENIOR CLASS PLAY Page 76 -, .. ,' ,, f' f.. P " 'W--.J V- " 'fi' ",' , "' we , g,',,,f ,-S - 111 'JM 1,4 5 gif?" 7 1 -'- ' -J' "- .---' --' x 1 , .1 -"2 I if--1" .inf 5 T f L' I x - , V-, T ' y fu , ' I . -1 ' 2,-:Tw 1 A ITL, a ii :xg ii .5 M1 7 lx., -q.g.,' -A3 if-,',,.g-A , 3? 4,1-.LJ I cl qvj LJ -' T J First Row--Mildred McGuire, Martin Jones fVice-Presidentj, Elizabeth Langley, Zora Knox, David Morgan, Evelyn Schwindt, Maedell Meyer fSecretaryJ. Second Row-Emily Lord CPresidentJ, Winnifred Burrell, Jean Scheel, Marian Birch, Nadine Gibson, Christene Brannan, Edwin McColn1 CTreasurerJ. Third Row-LaMonta Cravens, Lee Teverbaugh, Martha Heaton, Oscar Anderson, Marian Mott, George Tompkins, Carlene Gufler. Fourth Row-Lucille Cooper, Alice Fehr, Lynn Bishop, Cornelia Vandervelde, Fred O'Brien, Ina McCormick, Helen Knouse. Sponsors--Miss Kahn, Mr. James, Miss Ice, Miss Sirpless, Miss Meeker, Miss Miller. Tlgltional 03601101 ociety The Recognition Services of the National Honor Society for the members of the 1929 Senior class were held Thursday, March 28. The twenty-eight of the one hundred and eighty-four graduates who were re- warded for their efforts of hard work during high school life were led to the stage by Dorothea Austenfeld and Charles Vaughn, 1928 members. Mr. F. B. Ross, professor at K. S. T. C., gave address. That evening the members were formally initiated into the organization by the alumni of the society, and an election of officers was held. A lovely banquet for the new' members was given by the faculty, April 11, at the Rorabaugh-Paxton tea room. "The Invisible World" was the theme of the program. Miss Emily Lord presided toastmistress. -I jr 'Tw ,Q A .. A - Fi ..- . .. , V V V f A . K . Q- , ., Q 1- I I Il , L , , .,. ., ., 1 . . . Mk. , 5 ,- A, nuqf D ..,T .. -rx -"El i' . . A , , L, . , . A, Page 1 1 SCHOLARSHIP CONTEST The students who are competing in the State Scholarship Contest are: ' Chemistry-Emily Lord, Harold Poole, Biology-Chase Wilson, Helen Finley, Latin-Gorman Brandley, Cornelia Conwell, Spanish-Eva Lou DeYoung, Marjorie Brown, U. S.UHistory+George Hughes, Nelson Fuson, World History-Maedelle Meyer, Marjorie Brown, Algebra-Ruth Gardner, Catherine Krueger, Geometry- Oscar Williams, Maurine Wagner, English II-Edna Scheel, Harold Urie, English III-Mary Armstrong, Rose Star, Economics-Julia O'Connor, Ina McCormick, Book- keeping-Wayne Thomas, Clara Dryden, Foods-Emma Scharenberg, Vera Stout, Relay-Chase Wilson, Lucille Helfrey, Harold Poole, Manual Training I and II- George Tompkins, Bradshaw Burnham, Everett Walker, Ben Strube, Joe Morris, Spelling-Richard Buzzard, Catherine Austin, Physics-Nelson Fuson, Edwin Lewis, Clothing-Dorothy Holmes, Doris Wolever, French-Anna Beth Mellinger, Short Story-Charles Wager, Spanish I-Helen Allen, Hazel Clarke, Sociology-Maedelle Meyer, Overta Ewbank, Commercial Law-Lucille Crumley, John Turner, Felix Long. ORATORICAL CONTEST Corinne Galt was the student who won in the district oratorical contest held in our auditorium on the night of March 22nd. 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Hastily notifying Commander Brown we were kindly reassured that these were not stowaways, but technically known as faculty members, who were taken along as ballast. As the journey progressed we became better acquainted with these mysterious people. The weather forecasts being favorable and all ship shape, Commander Brown gave the signal for the hop off. When we were well on our way we were ordered to choose a captain and purser, to attend to the business of the passengers. Accordingly Ride Brown, Jr., was chosen captain, and Carlene Gufler, purser. The passenger list showed 150 in all. The first stop was scheduled for May, 1927. Here the ship stood by for general overhauling. By September, 1927, all was set for the next hop of the flight. To break the monotony of the voyage different amusements were planned-into which the passengers entered with zest. The brutal art of football attracted some, basketball was given a trial and music and dramatics were enjoyed by all. In the midst of a raging snowstorm the adventurous crew laboriously climbed to the lonely heights of desolate Baldpate Inn, where we discovered the seven keys. From Baldpate we were swept by the wings of war to far distant Austria-where we witnessed the conquering of the Enemy. The crew become so emotional that the Director of Dra- matics deemed it best to give a production of more frivolous character-thus the Patsy was introduced to us. For those of more studious nature, contests were held, and in the scholastic race one other Zeppelin came in first, thus we flew through another epoch of our cruise. In 1928, Grace Thomas obtained the rank of captain, Lee Teverbaugh first mate, and Ed Cramer purser. The social life became gayer as we grew accustomed to life on board the Graf Zeppelin. In order to give vent to their surplus energy the pas- sengers participated in a frolic. For contribution several of our members exhibited their ability as tight rope walkers. The innermost secrets of each member was re- vealed through the mystic crystal of our ship's magician. Our ship by this time had become rather worn, so during the summer of 1928 a stop was made for repairs. Seeking new experiences six senior girls flew to a con- ference in the Rocky Mountain region to gain ideals for the G. R. organization in the last epoch. In September, 1928, the high and mighty seniors held confab and after many a ballot, Ed Cramer was made captain, Rice Brown, Jr., first mate, and Mildred Mc- Guire, purser. The weather being good we settled down to a steady pace. But before long our childish nature tempted us and we gave way to a ghost walk. A dark cold night it was, but a goodly number were on deck. Ghosts and witches were traipsing 'round. Our life was not dull for long for the dramatic talent gave a benefit play for the football boys, in which several of our crew took a journey on "The Rear Car," a gripping thrilling melodramatic trip. Our singers on board book us to gay,and jolly Ireland to see "The Lady of the Terrace," a delightful affair. We seniors were proud to see our fellow classmate takes the leading roles. After these interesting amusements the routine became monotonous as before as -1 ' U A . f"-' lg .1515 -5 -,H , - , 5 ,,--- ,f : Q '3 425 'fl I 9,l gy ,J fella I N Sl, V1-iff? Q55 2 ' ,, f .J ' 1,11 a.fcLl1?'.fJ 1 3fg...L,+fL1s:?' Page 88 L- -.fi r- ,-- ,D f w N - "'i4t:r-px Dfgbkqigwpq - -.3 C ,fa r-I t J ' l J 3 4 ,. "l .1 '-1 V .V CW N U. ' A CW C .. N e.1.if..s.Cf .. -. i-ini... fd 1. Q,f,. xi: ' iiaixl,-f 'L r L M- - J- gg - r ':,,:f,-X - h 11. 1--f ,.. 1 ' ,- '71 . l , J f K..5.f5-S:-.Jv'7 -VJil'H:.,' 'jig W-if iii! qi lg hgfxlxj 'Q "- fl 1,1 P' -.- "I . . - .4 we settled down to the grind of studying in preparation for our disembarkment from the zeppelin, E. H. S. 1929, to seek a new mode of travel. Before leaving the ship a year book was presented us by Editor Winnifred Burrell and Business Manager Lee Teverbaugh, as a tribute to our eventful three years' cruise. In May, 1929, the last lap of the journey, the Graf Zeppelin E. H. S. sailed gracefully into her hangar and the senior class, which had reached the mighty number of 207, reluctantly bid farewell to friend Commander Brown, to Zeppelin E. H. S. 1929, and a new and lovely vision of life was opened to us. Glass fllrophesy In my crystal I see a manly form. It looks astonishingly like Fred O'Brien. He is talking rapidly. Oh what a vocabulary. Fred is trying to sell hairless tooth brushes. The original argument that sells them all is that the hair gets caught between the teeth thereby losing much time. I see literary critics hailing the book of the ages. The name of this intoxicating book is "The Defense of Modern Youth," by Ruth Salser, whose pen name will be Evelyn Guinivera Fitzgerald. Next I see a huge office. A man, a very busy man is seated at the desk. His brow is stormy. Then as he glances up at a picture on the desk his face grows tranquil and in- spired. He is the great McManus of Maggie and Jiggs fame who daily receives his in- spiration from the picture of Catherine Groves and Byron Gossett on his desk. It is getting cold. In fact so cold that one might have a suppressed desire to shiver if it were not for the glimpse of Helen Hobbs, the most popular manikin in Nome, Alaska, strutting around in the latest creation. Oh, a most fascinating sight. A form is bent over a wash tub. Soap bubbles are aris- ing and descending. As the figure straightens up slowly the features of Christian Jacobs can be distinguished. Christian, it seems, is the proud and happy manager of a dog laundry. Above him flaunts a sign which reads: "Short-tailed dogs, 1503 Long-tailed dogs, 25c." It looks like Christian is revolutionizing the length of dogs' tails. The scene changes to a beautiful and fashionable hotel. It is in the wee small hours of the early morning. A tall man with a cynical smile and liquid blue eyes is surrounded by women galore who are begging for a dance. He goes to the highest bidder. Our friend is Joe Kopke, Again the scene changes. People are leaning forward breathlessly, A magnetic voice is heard. It is Howard Neely, the beloved radio announcer, who has become famous because he can so easily drown out the static. I see a large store. There are crowds passing to and fro. But like a. general, Gene Ryan stands among them all. He is the floor walker for "Monkey Words" in Chicago. All of the mothers leave their children with him while they shop-and he walks. When asked about his work he says, "If it were not for the little children and envigorating exer- cise of Walking I would resign? In ten years from now I can see Zona Wilson as the very efficient manager of a "Bus" line. I see a large country place. Little chickens and pigs are running merrily about in their carefree way. It is the wonderful grapefruit farm of Wesley Fleeker. And right next door Carlene Gufler and "Micky" McGuire are partners in a raincoat factory. They do a thriving business as also does Mr. Fleeker. Again the scene changes to the city and I see David Morgan stirring the dramatic world and feminine hearts starring in "Why Women Leave Home." If you would ask Edgar Cramer what his secret ambitioin is he would shake his head firmly and remain silent, due to the fact that you probably wouldn't understand. But I know that his hopes will soar when he hears that he will be the agent for class jewelry for Tibbals. Allan Winn, who has a very touching way with dumb animals, is much elated in his success in establishing brotherly love between the cat and the dog. I'm very sorry to say that Virginia Tholen will be in the hospital suffering from a broken leg. She has been falling upstairs again. Jinny puts the hospitals on a paying basis. J If ' I i - V'-IP - - f- -' . ' .f -f :- if fn' wx' QPF, " 3 -Pkg' x ,Ai I 'E' ' Q s 4 .y' 'j 1.-ln N? 'ji a4IA.'T"" 9 fpgiex- ffhfv Lgloiw v A I .Jw ' KWig,Q5 1 FIYYFFI Atv Q sqm, t . .. i ,- - ., . ,. l . . J J, . .1 ,vu K -I, . .-.Ax . - 1-..,,4"9 ,,,,...-!-45 .1 ...fs -5'+s...l.,-L,rc"+-ff:-at-.,,.,- .. - ,. .- . Page 89 '? There is plenty of dust here. When it clears away there is a. maddened beast. He is being antagonized by Richard Remy, the bull fighter, who flaunts a red ribbon before his eyes. The bull has a chance' of winning if he could only keep his eyes on the ribbon, but it proves to be his undoing when he looks at the stern and ardent gaze of Richard. I can hear the rumble of a locomotive. No, it's just the gentle snore of Wesley Parks, whose boyish enthusiasm acquired for him the job of mattress tester in the Dumm Fur- niture Company. This is either a. revolution or a. riot. It's a fire. Panic stricken people are rushing out. As the smoke chokes all reason from the terrified people, the clear sweet strains of a flute are heard. It is Lynn Bishop who is soothing the people with "Come to the Church in the Wildwood." Thousands of people are going wild on the sidelines of the stadium. Time-out is called. A figure is seen running, he is carrying something, he is almost thereg the crowd is in a frenzy, it is Rice Brown with the water jug, happy to be of service. Among the seniors are many who love their school and loathe tol leave it. A few who openly revolt will still be experiencing "Happy School Days." They are still in E. H. S. as charter members of the exclusive club "The Intelligenciaf' Members are Pace Roth, Aus- tin Andrews, Bill Holmes, Charles Lindsay, Paul Powell, Laverne Somers, Pret Owens and George Cook. They have signed a petition, for a club room but the outcome is doubtful. Walt Butcher is the manager of the Ketchum and Cheetum Circus. On Walt's payroll are many Em-Hi students, In front is Martin Jones, the head barker, endeavoring to sell canaries two for five cents or one for a dime. Bertha. Service is the renowned "fat lady." There exists much rivalry between Dorothy Woods and Evelyn Wilks as Dorothy is the toe dancer and Evelyn is the Hula dancer. Lee Teverbaugh is the strong man and Marthalice Bradfield will be the graceful and daring horseback rider. Nadine Thistle- Waite, the lion tamer, will not be sassed back. Zora Knox is a sensational trapeze per- former. Emily Lord will be the charming snake charmer who is all wrapped up in her work. In 1949 Kent Snedeger will be the leading prohibition officer in Osawatomie. I see Winnifred Burrell in her gutteral voice selling peanuts twith or without shellsl at the Electric. Marion Mott will be preparing to start on a lion hunting expedition in Africa. The only thing that could dampen Marion's ardor is the fact that there might be some mice or kittens there. I see Nadine Gibson, Lucille Cooper and LaMonta Cravens main- taining at school in Florida to make backward boys forward. will We, the Class of 1929, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do hereby make this our last will and testament, to-wit: We, the class, leave to the Juniors our superiority complexes. To the Sophomores, we bequeath our quiet and dignified manners in the study hall and corridors. Mart, Kent, and Lucille Cooper leave their dramatic ability to Bill Wayman, Jack Watson and Evelyn Reinow. To Donald, Dave leaves his highly famed golf score. To Helen Samuels goes Tommy's popularity. We hope Helen makes the best of this. Gene Ryan bequeaths his longitude to Joe Weigand. Chet Thorne and Marian Mott leave the ability to "pop off" to "Bud" Birch and Virginia Lee Saunders. "Chuck" Lindsay, George Cooke, and Fat Andrews leave their powers of concentration to those on the flunk list. Grant, Click, Dreda, LaVerne, Lynn B., and Irene D., the "head lights" of the class will give their rosy locks to any one who wishes them. To Bus. O., Fat Parks gives his "figure" Byron, Lee T., and Fred woefully leave Cath- erine, Buster, and Ruth E. to three deserving boys. They hope the boys are'n't found very soon. Walt Butcher bequeaths his sophisticated ways with the women to Bobby Hainline. Pace Roth leaves his habit of sleeping anywhere, any time to his brother Vernal. To Lee Blossom goes Laverne Sis athletic stride. Click bestows his noisiness upon any of Mr. Nichol's "pets" for next year's use. Ed, our president, gives his place to any Junior II who wants a hard job. Lastly, we appoint and nominate the sponsors of the class of 1929 to be the executors of this, our last will and testament. In witness whereof we have he-reunto set our hand and seal this 18th day of January, 1929. THE SENIOR CLASS OF 1929. Witnesses: Mr. Lowther, Mr. Brown. A -. . fi , x t L A. 4 " .V-. 'P , , 4 - 1 . Page 90 fs CMENDER I yo Q 3'Vlhii!7nuu , 5251 512 EEIZHWEE Ill!!! Emwane 4 lfff Q f 53x V 251 4' 'We-ff' FD r ' ,V , V 1 I I I " Mc , ..x ,Lf Xu rr ' X. , "..vI,',f,,-- Q , N 2. uh, I 'N - X -il i 41W Q - f W , . . J . xxxlw I Y , 3 - qzafffli' Y fi' .'l"u 1' 'QI tai-I5 ' I 2351 ?4.:4 5:12 a .,.l F 14: 7 ,WJ ,P 5 '13 : zsfgyli lf?" li Glalvnhm' anh Aim Page .91 SEPTEMBER 10-Back to school again for better or for worse. x Down 'run wrt NX 'I Bunn! .4 - C, PLEASE! comm 1 Q You TELL me witch T0 rum we HISTORY I 1 c Lui Y QQ 's i 'fling ' if is Mc W . 'X 5 s. PM X of 4,7 X vf .ff , SM 'ilk ZFX i Xi ig 5 ' 'ui ll-Wee sophomores are trying to fill the place of our lost seniors. Honestly were we ever that 1il'? 13M-Chapel. Mr. Brown explains things to our new students. Echo campaign launched with Beauty - Popularity contest. F OR--- Ice, Coal, or Distilled Water Phone I 22 EIVIPORIA ICE 8: COLD STORAGE CO. FIRST CLASS WORK, QUICK SERVICE Sanitary Laundry TRY oua DRY CLEANING Work Called for and Delivered Phone 5 821 Com'l Emporia State Bank 601 Commercial Street SATISFACTORY BANKING Service 14-G. Rfs go camping this week-end. Heaps 0' fun! n 17-Glee clubs chosen. Mickey and Rice head girls and boys glee frespect- fully?J. :Z p Q Yi! , W 2 18-Drinking fountains shut off. Every- body humming "How Dry I Am." Hot and how! 19-Football practice is on. Dave Mor- gan, future Bobbie Jones, wins Coun- try Club golf championship. 20-Hi-Y meets and eats. G. R. Hello Day with lots of friendly smiles. Page 92 FOUR BIG STORES HIGH SCHOOL CLOTHES HOME OF THE NEW THINGS FIRST Tie Palace Clothing Co. Fifth and Commercial Street 21-Lucille wins beauty and Tommy is most popular in the Echo contest. Rice carries off both honors for the masculine side. Stop looking in Mickey's vanity, Rice! 25 The High School Miss finds the smartest of summer's Fashions here for her in- spection. Pretty new sleeveless Dresses in Washable Silks 559.85 -- 316.75 Clever Little Wash Dresses of Printed Dimity, Swiss and and Sport Fabrics 51.95 to 555.95 Silk Hosiery Specials 51.49 Sheer chiffons, in novelty heels qualities that wear 92.55269 24-Chapel with Rev. Hoffman talking about Frances Willard. Football ticket sale starts. -Campaign is on in the third hour classes. Girls' glee club leads! 29-First football game of the season. Band. crowd, pep! But score 13 to our 0. OCTOBER 1-Some long faces still thinking about the game. Dry your tears, better luck next time. in ,f an I CIA X ' r ,,f M17 564 CEO, R. HOLMES FURNITURE STORE Furniture, Rugs, Linoleum 319 Commercial Street Page .9-I Emporia, Kansas J,CPliIAqIlI'If'YCQ 2- Girls' glee club and Schmalzried's English class tie for first place in football campaign. Both get 5-pound boxes of chocolates. Yumme! 4-Recognition Service in G. R. Hay- rack ride. Two racks, minus hay, equals loads of fun! 5-Off for Topeka to the game. Good A Modern Store - Ready to meet every need of the Whole family. EIVIPORIA - - - KANSAS I I cy, Wf ll ' luck. D M ill- l . .Xb w UH i'ii iw H TQOEKA 'W llfffw X YOUNG IVIEN AND WOMEN Of the Class of 1929 of E. I-I. S. Commencement day means to you the commencement of your active days of real Work in life. A ,good way to commence a success business career is to start a Savings Account. Add to it regularly from your earnings. THIS BANK is particularly interested in you WE ENCOURAGE YOU-WE HELP YOU-TO SAVE! BEGIN NOW TI-IE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK THE BANK THAT IS FRIENDLY TO YOUNG FOLKS Page 94 OPENING LABOR DAY The New 5221000 Kansas' Finest Theater Lunches, Ice Cream Milk, Cream, Candy Everything in Confectionery Line Turkish Candy Co. Rudy Downs ECONOMY SHOE STORE THIRTY-SIX STEPS FROM COMMERCIAL 9 East Sixth Avenue Rain, mud, and tears. A 21-0 vic- tory-for Topeka. -Seniors elect Ed Cramer as their president. Hi-Y weinie roast, Gene Waller cremates one poor pup! 11 -Play in chapel, "Sauce for the Gos- lingsf' First Re-Echo meeting serves Eskimo pies. Gee, it's a grand and glorious feeling to be a Re-Echoer. kr, 42222 1' D S 'MVK-'VJ P7 1 6 . 1" ,, 'gybf 1, S 12-Ottawa beats us. Our luck is bound to change soon. History students go to Royal to rediscover America. The rest of us got out at 11:30, so we didn't complain. RUC5N,ER'S COLLEGE SHOP SMART CLOTHES BOSTON IAN SHOES MCCARTHY HARDWARE CO. Phone 26 "The End of Your Quest for Quality" 509 Commercial Pnyw .95 Don't Go Westff Young Man! To Emporia High School graduates, the College of Emporia offers right at your own front door, the unusual opportunity to obtain economically the same high grade, careful, professional training many Kansas young people go to great expense to get in great Eastern universities. To Emporia High School graduates, C. of E., a universal institution right here in our home town, offers a superior quality of instruction in courses leading to bachelor of arts and bachelor of music degrees, thorough preparation for graduate Work in medicine, business administration, pharmacy, engineering, journalism, law and theology. The College of Emporia is thoroughly equipped and universally accredited. JOIN US FOR I9Z9-30 A letter or postal addressed to K. W, Davidson, Publicity Di- rector, will bring complete information or a representative to your door. We COLLEGE of EMPORIA Page 96 1 .e, . . cclvos , , , ., I ' 'S' 'me neeuno Q' '3 t'Are you careful to weigh values and get maximum usefulness from your clothes, furnish ings, and shoes as you are in buying other things? You surely ought to be." ' HANCOCK 6: BANG THE MODEL CLOTHING AND SHOE co. MEN 'S AND BOYS' OUTFITTERS W Emporia 15-Girls are limping around on sore feet and blisters. "Darn 'er hiking squad," one remarked. 16-We wonder why Howard Knight, Paul Hoffman and some others looked so sleepy. A Hi-Y conference seems to be too much for 'em. 17-Cases are flourishing-old ones and new. But Hiram Lewis is Beau Brummel of them all. 18-G. R. Magazine contest ends with a big party at the Y for the victorious Blues. 19-Our budding journalists go to Lawr- ence. Gene Hargiss showed them a good time, we hear. ,A fp! 1 L. Q52 , Emporia Wholesale Coffee Co. 306 Commercial TAKE IT TO BEACH- "THE DRUGGISTH- "Prescriptions a Specialty" 'Trade With the Boys" MEN'S AND YOUNG MENS CLOTHING GUR SPECIALTY lg5. , , ,A'1I1iHsQi The Smith Lumber Company COTIIGI' Sixth afld COIISULHLIUOII Lumber, Building Material and Coal A real pep chapel with lots of yells. First G. R. dinner tonight. -Burlington tomorrow. Pray to the Weatherinan. Everybody walked, ran. or rode tothe game, which was a tie-6 to 6. Isnt that encouraging? -Echo meeting. 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' l l l , I 'I A. ... , Horumy lm' um' clvzu ll 1 mx cull In c'o11U-1111011 :md NL l1N 1 x lcl tum, ngton RITER Orrent Boolm fm all schools ECKD LL SL MCCARTY it 7 .sf F 'H 4, ig. rt fiifgoyvi-w C-7 fgkg- -1 i CU I-.uk r.'j:5U.,' Q K O J Af. --J E I ' -'If O-3"S,LL,f4 Y' .L.,v-3.f4'ik',".:l N' ,, -1 "' I 1 A lv VXA-yin R-,N'k4i?',,kCI'.',,, 7 E, ij E me iQfi1f2e'fHi'm ' A ng Q3 0 Buy Your Jantzen Swimming Suits and Other Sporting Goods at THE I-IAYNES HARDWARE CO. 12-Now, will you just look at our football team! We beat Salina 20-6! C'mon boys let's go! 13-E. H. S. doesn't have to go to Holly- wood. We're in the movies now! iii' N M1 . I I '- f!Hj7T L3'iE! vi . Lf li 14-"Cotters Saturday Night" starts craze for Scotch jokes. 15-Notice any difference in the girls after G. R. meeting? Aren't they chawzning! WARREN MORTGAGE COMPANY Emporia Kansas ROYAL PORTABLES CORONA TYPEWRITERS FOUNTAIN PENS, SCHOOL SUPPLIES and RENTALS au-Kuhlimami ' lilmwcb. 1C-Can you guess why Hi-Y and G. R. pictures were postponed? When it rains it pours! Q L ' , K rl! . jf 3 A 1 X 'x 1 V-ave A A A- ' - l fii5f-24s'f,41?f'+'f1 k, ,ff ,A l 1' lp "-Y. 4 E55 ge ii"f.'i": ,I C4 " mfiaf 5 3 - 1 'lig - giggle? I 5 '1Zf,-1,7-:-2. A ' ., ' YL" S -1- " -X., X A-fi x 5 . " 17--No game today. Football field looks just like the ol' swimming hole! IREI.-AND'S ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP WE FIX 'EM WHILE You WAIT 422 Commercial Street Phone 584 Y I ,ff TE 'f' .s.. 'gl S lg ' Vi QL,-ef'..-'TTTT2-E 'RTF V" 77 1'-'T ffl-i'f ' - . -- I-1 , " a V -,Q . --'- ff. J- ,J 4,2 E-X lv. V , 'tx f- E1 A - 51W U W- if .' ' 'Rf -Jffiul 'K'-f',f"'-.w lt 1 '-I, 'g ,M , "I-J'1--,gd-,gf': -, I ,- ' L",-.4 4.54.1 .' --M " Page 101 L RNITURE C A R P E T S DRAPERIE.S Our stock is the largest and the most complete in this part of the state and we 'feature quality, ser- vice and price. J. C. DUMM FURNITURE co. 7 21-23 West Sixth Avenue 20 22- Spanish class tries harmony. "Ra- mona" causes one member to fall asleep under its softening influence. Orchestras first appearance and hope it wontt be the last in chapel. Hi-Y- G. R. dinner. Excellent waiters-Rice and Gene-and waitresses-Fred and Chuck. 23-Everybody wearing those red and 24- 26- black "Beat Parsons" tags. And we did it! 20 to their nothing. A11 Scotch students go home and dig your football tickets out of waste basket. They're worth 20c on a bas- ketball ticket. V me ns 1-rm X FOOTBAIL .f TICKET? 226 t tyl' it Ga if' 28-Tests all over and now we can turn our thoughts to a Turkey dinner. MUTUAL BUILDING 6: LOAN ASSOCIATIO N No. 21 East Sixth Avenue U 'N su " Y Page 102 DECEMBER Lot absent today. Must. be either Normal's defeat. too much Thanks- giving. or flu. Bright headed student eats vegetables with a knife in French. Chapel - the melodrama. "When the Lamp Went Out." Joe Weigand was the villain. Howard Lawrence volunteered his services as one of tour girls to Miss Brickell, Football banquet a big success. Mr. Brown was the only thing missing. A sophomoi'e thought Mr. Hucksteps first name was Coach. It's getting rather embarrassing if you haven't paid for your football ticket yet. "Rear Car" is a thriller and a, hair- raiser flor bald ment. Chet dies dra- matically. 12 19 20 l Zl- ffga- ffg2.?'11i-111211 152527135 ,ihffff-Q '50 27 Yr , f ' T , Q-fir-E-' .LH W i EE' X 'if " KS Q 1. 4' sfi I - ' b- -4- - l 'Q mzmn mr "THE REAR CAR -Ralph Deitrich in boots and riding breeches was a dashing figure in the corridors. Gene Hargiss blew in. too. Seems good to see our former class- mates. -Overheard in the hall: Boy-"What do you want for Christmas?" Girl: 'AI dunno. but I'll sure be disappointed if I don't get anything!" A gentle hint. -"The Bishop's Candlesticks" in as- sembly today, Bill Wayman surely can "act" like an angel. Last day of school in '28! Goo' Bye- Merry Christmas-Hooray-and all other expressions of happiness, Fe q, X ' I U 1 N... t ,L Syst N if 5 2 h 5. Q L is QQ ,Pr 'S ,Asn his e .. 1. .. E- fsl 5 :ff --,:: ,.,- . Q .1--:Q m,i..W . a Emporia, Kansas I'rl.r1r' IIM 251.00 Starts a Savings Account The Columbia Building St Loan Association 517 Merchant street Ph0m+ 478 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: C. J. McCoy. President: O. T. Atherton. Vice-Pres- identg J. M. Hilton, Secretaryg C. H. Lambert. Assistant Secretary-Treasurer3 W. G. Rob- erts. T. W. Butcher. H. W. Glass, F. B. Heath. D. W. Morris. E. M. Robinson. R. F. Teichgraeber. l8fSenior banquet was a grand affair. Quite the best that anyone ever had. E. E. Anderson MENS TAILOR Suits for Young Men 525k Commercial, Upstairs JANUARY New addition to Re-Echo staff. Mr. Lodle's baby gets all the presents cause its the first one in '29! At last-the seniors are Wearing their rings lor someone else'sb. What are you going to wear to the senior banquet? It won't be long now! Canvass classes for basketball tickets. Let's all sign. A G. R. meeting! We'd almost for- gotten about theni. And a dinner, too. Wide-awake, friendly student answers "Oh, hello," when roll is called. We put Eureka 'way back! 19 to 15. Whoopee! Tumbling team performs in chapel. I should think their colors would be black and blue. Gee, how we miss those senior II's. End has come but not much vacation. 28V- 3- we know. M1'. Browns office full of changlings. Poor man. G. R. meeting. We'll set a better example for our little sisters next time. Announcement-Lost one brown bas- ketball shoe. Some fair princess please return it to the this modern Cinderella. "Lady of Terrace" tonight was a trip into Fairyland. Victory over Manhattan. Yeah team! Tryouts for G. R. play. Chapel musical. K. S. T. C. glee club surely can sing. Winnifred B. shows white poodle in We beat Salina. This is getting to be an old story. Burlington falls an easy prey to our team. SAIVIUELIS BOOK STORE All city school books here Page 104 The Kansas State Teachers College EMPGRIA ,A FALL SEMESTER OPENS September 6, 1929 tories to only 2 defeats. Rah! Rah! Pret Owens remembers paying a tax on ice cream cones in war times. Those days are gone forever we hope. -G. R., Marjorie Morse looks adorable and quite at home singing "Boy I Adore You!" -Pride goeth before a fall. Ottawa did win. -But we're up and beating again. Yates Center latest victim. -Be sure to get your Valentines. We hear Helen Samuels is. -Patriotic assembly. Band, orchestra and everything. -Lots of pep to Eureka. It must help by the looks 0' the score. -Jumping grasshoppers! Didn't lil' Peabody give you heart failure! All 'swell that end' swell. -Warning to juniors: the trials and tribulations of a chemistry student are many. -Miss Thomson declares 5th hour to be the gummiest class and Bill H. to be the most inveterate chewer of 'em all. THE RED X PHARMACY J. J. KOWALSKI 624 Commercial St. EVERYTHING IN DRUGS Prescriptions our specialty Three Registered Pharmacists 21-Faculty surely showed off keen in G. R. 27-Miss Rice: 'Tomorrow we'll take up money." Bring your pennies and pass the hat, for some of us deservin' poor. 28-Not Honor Society but a keen chapel just the same. C. of E. rnen's glee club sings for us. MARCH l-We beat Yates Center, making 13 vic- Rah! Jimmy Kinter is next year's football captain. . F. A. LOOIVIIS - Portrait X Photo ra he X0 g p 'I' 4-Grrr-Grades again. Why bring that up? But rejoice Hoover is president today and everything will be all right -so saith the Republicans. wyom fdmfff Q f J K offers courses worthy of the in- vestigation of every boy and girl in Lyon County. BUSINESS TRAINING PAYS v , Page 106 5 v E. B. C.'C NEW HOME Morris Drug Co. 423 Commercial Street Emporias Oldest Drug Store But with New Ideas -Miss Pickens brings us a bit of India and we like it. -Evelyn Rienow "faw down and go b00m ! " Re-Echo staff practices. Wonder what? -"A Prince There Was" was a prince of a play. Ottawa is vanquished 16- 14! Winnifred Burrell wheels a baby buggy to school. Who'd a thunk it? 13-- 15- 18- 2l- 22- 26- We have our tooths examined, -Re-Echoers perform in chapel. Au- dience grinned and beared it. Regular March weather. It gives you a grand and glorious feelin! 14-Corn meal and confetti remains of the street carnival were seen at school today. Last G. R. dinner. To winners belongs the spoils. High- est Re-Echo class in contest eats the candy. Absent-minded chemistry laborer turns on H20 to light the Bunsen burner. It must be love. Election of officers in G. R. Oratorical contest. Re-Echo staff celebrates with a big party! Fun, you bet! 28-At last-ills, chills. thrills! Honor Society. L Dependable Photographs Page J 0 7' ALBERT CoR WELL Photographer APRIL -No school today. But alas, 'tis April Fool ! -Musicians to Wichita. -Miss Holt is here. Beautiful G. R. installation in evening. -Mrs. Maul calling roll: "Some of you will be talking when the roll is called up yonder and won't get a halo or a harp." What a shame! -Play and C. of E. girls' glee club in chapel. We're having lots of music but it's fine! -Re-Echo meeting, Wonder how everybody knew we were gonna eat, for they were all there. Chet Thorne thinks we ought to get together every time he feels hungry. -Study hall is a lot different. Pace asks timidly, 'fPlease, teacher, may I go in the library?" Puma I ' a. 'ren-was . MAY nc-o -ro '-l TNE LIBRARY ' y I sY T . g , f' X A In 1 : Q "I iwwcff 7 ' T- - ' ff! Z Z lx - ' gr 1- ,y 'of . -Dramatics department performs this morning at G. R. meeting. Click looked so sleepy that we bet his PLEASURE to SEE AND TASTE The satin-smooth texture, the rich real cream taste of Ecco Ice Cream makes a delightful appeal to both taste and sight. ECCO ICE CREAM A Product of Emporia Creamery Co. Ballvveg Hat Shop 425 COMMERCIAL ST. -Music contestants play for us. They deserve to win some cups. -"The ankles in this figure aren't straight," which is all in the life of a geomotrist. 29-Mr. James says rouge is made from barn paint! One young thing dabbed a whole puff-ful of it on her nose so that she looked like the morning aft- er the night before. These dark halls cause some tragic errors. average income is one A. M. 30-Music contest begins. We are here to serve you, whatever your needs may be Our selections in watches, rings, silverware and diamonds will please GIVE "GIFTS THAT LAST" I-IUGI-IES-TODD-JEWELERS CSuccessors to D. D. Williams .Sz Co.l 525 Commercial Phone 482 Page 108 LX MAY 4-Brain tourney. 8-Another play in chapel. 10-Father-Daugther banquet. Lucky . 1, -,,' Illl. J. I". IIINKLIGII UST lflOI'A'l'H ll' I'lIJ'NIl'Illll mul Surgxm-on dads and daughters. l'lmm- 2715 Uvm' Polly Ann 16-Senior farewell. Sniff, sniff. 17-Half the seniors lmore or probably llll. U. W. 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