Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK)

 - Class of 1922

Page 1 of 278

 

Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection, 1922 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1922 Edition, Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 278 of the 1922 volume:

'-Q-'ww-u 'wr-af-i,f.s.' ,, xqx irik Ski , 'gif ' 1. 33-1 1 'F L-1-we--ww' -., Iwi,- 'g ?Ff'5'1 'fffil S V .f -Y-I" V :E5" 'f- f ffnffi' " ? -' Sf -I P-' - f A' if '?4'f,f'EiP:f?f:f' N ' r"-.- f-"'-3 -"f1,,, - Q3 -I-ffl --1,-.1 -ei -.-2, 1ggg,5x5.,3g,q,i i ,: ' ' .. :Q Qigigffr-.H-ik 1 - f-FX' "pr ' F., ,, 1. ., 4, .4 . ,. M. ,,,. .N X, .s N . . r4,sm9,:grQ.'-'-A - W.-fir T N '35, : I- 'Y' L A i gl , L ,gy -g-- '1-5,gA-',gjl'- 1,293-. E 1-221 my f J a- , gl - 9 f' L.-'TQ-:E-1. ,f-je,..f,2 A ...s.g,! 513 5 , H 1' .Z F,-, A - I - -U"-53-5"11 .fjvf I '-'11 1-f, Q 'gf' .-'f' , . 'L ,g I LQ ' , , vu- '-"9-., ,lv - - Q 7' - ff - - -1 2 " --.13 IL: . '-.. A sw, . 1J.,- "C A Q . J. ,ah P wlx kz na 1 1- Kei? 5 L 3 fT, gl.-A, ,da g a M,-c iv x , T ni . M A V . ff: r - -N - 1' , '- ',. -.:'.' - V ' 'S 7-,1-YM 1, w. f '-'-:QQ - J +11 ' 4 .. -- w. 7,2 ,5 11 -2-11: fg -- W' - 1-wi, f-1.11.-f 75 --g : .gy f - 0 , .,, Q, . - -, -, mv, -H -: J fc- , . ,J ' ,mx NF, ' . .- , .- ' F- W if' 574'-' wa -f 1 t..4!.f- .- 1:-3.4! -' vifr , 1 ' A r ' G14-fi . 4 1 4-P fs 3' " F 1 f - . - L. ,fi ,,afaif212'pif-.'-12' 'izrfx Q-. ' . .A .h JA . A- -if 4- N 441 13 .VL . ,pn xg.-. ,A..A, ., ,. .r.-,,-.f-, . ... , 1 1 -.,a,- ..,,,,- Q! .g,. -4 .--iq:-fn fi .,1- fi' 1 1 ' 1, 1, 1 x -. n .-1 M ' .a-' fr f 'ma-71, 'K ,ff-' , 4: ,. 1,7 .1 -,vw 4 - fu ' .,m..'.':.,..,1- ' g,r,,'- - - M.- A . ,, f '.--1 lf' ' '... al' .-1" ' 1 ,gi f -i . 1 4, , 1 K. .rw J ,i , Z. A : I skill . ,,. 5 . ,, . Wg, Q its . Ay, N. -Q ' . 4-P' -'ffl -ff 2 1 -' .gag f-'Ai -755 -if ' 'L , ML -' ig. vigfr'-5, 15.5,-f'.fv3-.,vgfb'ain. .. "" Sag , if ' A x . ,,if-NL". ' I .1-.f -: Vw -1-,p f-' 'P ,A. .fvfzf 1' . , M 3 .fam Q 4 f Q '53 rf . w fa , 1, Q, 4 x 1 sf, 1. el X , .., , a f e Y ig X f f 4 4 'f ' :x uf 1 P , wb ' hy, V 'Q' .L J v , dx ,JEL , ,X A " 1 .. gr '- 1 Y 1. L 'w X 1 45 Q '- - u QF' 1 I Q x - ,5 -. U Nj. I Q i- 'i.1L .5 " J: ','.Q'i 1 f ., w-- L - S. .-,ff I Qs , ...Q "-iz-, : vu 5 ', ,, ,N , rn '-' in J' - K , - s ' -V .'1.- -.r 4 -- v 1421.5 1 WH , W v:42ii:1 - "-'-fr i?-K 'A 4 ' ' wt- 1 ' N in . . 1 351' ' -N ji" 'i" ' T' ." m " ' 1 fn X 1 . 'W . , . Q. X V, . , . . X . -. - . , - J"-L-:-v -A 'A :vs- ' ., -f. - .- .. X- 1 ,, V, 4. fi :,.. ' Sn- Zt2sg'f' g+ ,1. '3. f.- ., 5,-lf' ff,--,.jg?2 T w 1 ' ,1-L' .- :H r. 'f-'L - N-- 5 .c ,- -af-.. :A j A- M, .. " f "' n,Jh'f" . xg -gf-f irff h aw QQLQT' 054- . mf 44 ,4 'j vgtgp " 1,-W: 1. --'ggi'--f"'p1 N?-1 Q-11? , ,1i1' , ' 'IE'.,g- H 3.3 ,, '?. -1. .,f1 ,.5f-34: -. , :41,., ' --"Q - ,.,,f J! '-ml, 4-- l b - r un- V .'- ry ' 1 -3. L i, 1, L- .gif fi ,, 'f V 1:-w 1 ,, fe-:Q 11 lv quf n 'slgw -- JI - -.'- p . -' 'ggg- 2 fs' -"2 P'1'f"g 'Q QL 4, ff ' A' -S, .5 4' e fx '4 I V .4 fr gk Z' . . M Q? Ag -4 " 5' , '17 vw' 'Wiz K .ff N - 5,9 1. 19 6 Q:- 'n We M lf' F Sink 9' Q. 'Lx' ff IQ gi 131 5 ' 'ff W h-if -1,1 , 'SL I - za, , fe 4' 53: 1 vx., 1 4 ef. ,-eff'-C 449:55 I I 'Q gf, I Y .- Azhf' - L fr L, 'N "' 'J' V ,,1,1 -V f . ' 'Aw ,f .'f " ,-. V"'Y'1-. V -' 4 ., '- r,. ES-1 ,, 5- ' wifi", Q .- 4 ., -- ,i - ,, - y . . ,. - -., -,- - N A 'ff-'ff .. .4 X, . - .. f,,,- 15.1. , -1, 4 1Ls..v, A .. ay. -1-9: ,L "' ' iff? - yr,-- , fx - 4:1 ,'r1'1 3 Q.. - 4,..,N ,N -. '- ,-Y,- .1,h4sQ'!' .. ,Ay- wzpi Q ,. ' ' a?1i" v:+ 'bw '. Sai"'Zf':1 ' 1 .g,,aL,: fefin, 44 N, nay . QW ,vt ,N ,Q 3' -T 3141+ . Q.,-b . 'ag in ' "2 -'assi' '-sv .' ' -6--Q ,fA1,.fe iff. .':1,-' 2 44' 51-1. JP?-14 '- fm -- -'-,xy V,-,'9'-""'?: v 1 .A .141 . A 'ggi W A' 'F' ill ! 1 5329- affix ' 'L' T!-if 1,'?'5" 1' ' "R,,gf'if f Ji- Q54 in' ' 'fa ir-x5, Aff A ' K' Y :- '. ,1,, .1 J -7 ,--- 1 -: . " 'J ' .r . V- ,- r i".--1 'v -. 4 - H -V h W 'fte:f:?'Q'22?- 'Hf- :L 1'3"5v'i" 5 v.w:i7xT -iff- -:,x-f:"?'31: 'Y' 'Ja-1 iff 1-?fLi:'1'1o" my 9' Fix u z 1- Lfilfi. ' .Sf PJ-' I:-"1 'A -lf:"r i1- ' -F 'TF 'rf' 5' ' l:' FFr?"J?' '-L: 2,5 '?.:':'l-933. . ' TFT '- iff?" -1 I "W Q" . r' -1 'if . :L f1'5f5akt'i f.-- 1' 'Tat u' ' TES' F' v--Y?-'A , , -fi. . fx ?G'1-' 32ir2ff T, ' '41 7' -,Q-f ' H .- egg' '75 -az- 'sy',IeQ,:fL11- ig 1 l , ,X Y .-. ., ,s1K-Tw J.. X- Q U. A . F, wi .H .gfffyf-, .3 .J .H J. '.' .GA , S. .. ' , Y, s 1 sfk.-.tim ---- , ' ' ' -1. 1 5 ,-. -ie-arg, Ls. -, , .. ' 1'b5-'J-1 'l,',' l ' ' -?"'f5- V1 '9 1' "SL 'L t- F ifi H '- --'.a- f . N A ,v Q 1 -4 ,r K fxw 113, . an H S2 Q sq . . . f. H- f, .--.w-A 9 .12 . -1. V z--- ' . - ., - ,-. ., A- 1, i- -:gf-N I, .K . .Mew , , ' 1' ff ' 4 'yffnqix x. 1- .1f 9 , .3E'i '-fu 3 7533-' .-:Q'i'?,,-rv ". r 5. 'XA 'ff -1 ..w'T uf livi- 2 'L V- 2 K rw Tp 'L' ' . , " ' A ' D H , . , -. .. s .-435 - -'P - -. - ..f f- L ' f f .- - A-ff gc. rn ' 3-3 ,5:.,i' ,. , - , A .ai A, Yrhjgkrw. Pg., -.- . V . ,- I sa 1 -Q 1- jg ., ji: , ,N 3.337 lc,-41,12 I4-5 V:1L,Qv,,ra::,.1 , .iii : In-fe H 5 !',:. 1- ,Q FE ZW:-Q : , Q 'iz ff- 'wif N.:-1f'fv1'f, '5:z,+2f i.. V ., +A ' ' f 'ff "3 '5 "J 'fi Q."f'-"2-vi' ,- 'C' ..fX'f3z15'V ' ws- f Mm' QM' T - 341 S,g2'.l1."'- -. -Y. V ff' 4m.w'o-114' 131,-1-in 1:11-I .f ' " .UN " 'NAL -' ' Q- ' K ' - J -,' 1, gffkf - . -2" :- " , 1 ,73 fmt- gs. 215.1 ,. ' V ' ' A 215-.7 QgR',,,..i?: v?jL -5- ' L! 1' 14,1 V . .- - 'wti' '--4:1 ,. ....'Iiu, ' ' z 791- -f nf-.:. 'f'--'-f' 12-a..--"?.'.' "l'-F11 ' ' --f - rg. ikqg UAE? ' " ' Fi :-jig-.S' :-3, Q , ,Sig - ij' 2.4.54 V ,M 'li' fy 'if-Ir 'gD' .1f?,2QL..'?:,' ' V, , ax-E A-'."F'i yi Q, :Q Ten- '- "w-:1-i-- v :. .Y -f ., W- -. Q, - Q im,--if--I. -.L 'Xa ' -:PE,.A, qv. -gcis'R,-' W Y k Y-,A 'i,,if4'. , -.Wg - ". ': L .1 5- 'iw 1 V -' L ., ,, - 7 V44 'sr F !lf'f-- V . -Seen 1,-, V ,. , il-'f-4. . H 55, . 'w H ,f 1 . Q , -, 5 ,Q ' 1. xv FE ,, , '44- 1",Yf'wT!.9"'f. - -' -in--" 1-FL . 4-'z -ww 4 H 9. 1 'H V V-1. f' ' ' A' " Q . l ,. H ,u s ' D ' 1 gf- , , , K Q. , 71 , x f Wag, "1 AWE ,h Q- 4 1 1 4. xx W r g -.f . Q 5 1 2 H, I '1 I , -J.-bf V 1 N k ' Q-L' ' P Ny effw, '-l.:,w',,G,'q 3, 'fi' 'f A '1',.2,,f. J-, , ...gz- 'x ' 'E-15213234 eq. '.-55, - 1 'ae ef" .wFf..'i'i'9 ' A .. . - I , , si ,- ' f+Wfv 13"-.Fr 11. ,sw-cy: . :f,.,f,uif-, f. vi . I . y Il 'FA ,. . 4 it 5 in ff ,. 'Y . ,AJ , W x-, , I n . ,F by K K '1 w-.M -.6 , X qv-' am -. M K -4- , tvs 3, v f , -v 4 ,-1 . Til, .,.. 1 1 ' - .f ff- .- 1. xf-I, . f-.5444 :J ff-C' ws3'v-,,i' . Sl , ev' E-5., 1' 3, 'f-2, .51 h,.q:4'LR ' 1v,5 -h w? , LJ 3 A' ,, Mg.. 1. Away. I 1-H-, . .. -. , -1 0 ' A 3' " " 'fl -fb 1, , - fu 'S-Q A . Q ' 1 wifi- . '19-, -fi ' ,gif 'sw 41- 1 P 9 igi:,f"E"-'Q' ' fr 1-' ag 'N -QM f EJ digg' Q' f, -' ' F' A. ' - Q, YQ' 3 , f' , A , af: , 4, f,. , ' .454 ' m,1s..f ' R a -'fgv' .f ., . 1. 1 - WW. L., Y. 4 , ,L , .-x.- - 11, - f. -w .JH w.i4,.,,,,. Mn!-, -,f- , . ,,.f,-.ff-,.-Q1 -4 v-W1-. -, W, in wx v1.41 2. -. . gif - , 6 1 ,Aww -A-fx - M Q, 1515. -wf --.91 f - 0 'A Ig'--- 9 .gan W- -.5-f ,uk - -rx gs ., ,.:,M, Eff VP- V- V - -f.- 1-A .x .. 391. Pe. wk J' at 'hip 1. fs' . -. L , :, '-if - ff " 1 . mia-v -.Q 5' W- 2- '35 -.-K1 ig xii.: ' w,-.5- ' pp - 'QQ -r- 53"-. ,Em . iii " if ' ' " ,- ' .. ,Y , -Lv eva 5 501, 54" - , - ' ff- A- ,r, fr',w A '53, ga rw . '-rg, V ,i -V 4 ,L A f ft- ,., .,.f Auff 5g-' " AV ff? ,ff T Q: if ""'f' '.?'V.b.5 .5 " L 'a f- 4 '--, up 5 7-. '1 ':' - - 'V ,. -1..:'LA.' , 2 ,V X 'F V J :qw A . '51 e D f ' ,riffs - 2 '- f " A ' 'Sf , ,gg , " . A I P 7' A-V' " F '54 1. ' 4 L77 , N V Dx ., A 11, f v f . 1 . . 2 . 1 .. :avg ' f '.J72f'1"gtf3 f'1..',:.3N'J?Y'L v' - fL'f1:fX1,"3,HQ4- affix- -9' -,,g41- "rgJgf"?:f 'fa' " . aff?-ll". ' ' H' ' 'x "' gf' VW?" 23151 yr. ,ss -1 K. ,, -1, -. lg? I my r - I: -' f -X - Tuisk, 15:--J -35? -'brit' s - A - 1' 'Jn x -x 'W N -.www wah A M vc V. V - .-:-ff . L: ' - : V -, , Q., ' -r -' ' Q -X, : ,, 1, 1,0 ' . -'f' 740' - ji" -A'fpr,'3' ,EREP2 ' I "1 'DF' . iql' -L -'.' 1 J-'-.ff-' " 'sf '. f' JET 4519.7 ' , xVw 4i-,,7 . 5-m.f ,-In 1 ' arg A -- 3,2-N -sf, -, 2,.E., "a 32:5 - -YLR31 ,I l f3i'i3"Qk' JL, f - 1 -ff ,l 'f'ff'Qi "3?',- '--N: 117-.3-'f, ,. if' Flff ii '11 '41 "'f:3j"xql -ff . f ' , f EY" 50' 'Pf'g"F3'.2-f . '3 1 5"'Q"' 5 'X:xEvi " Y'A f3f'?E2i' 'Q-"!7k':f '- " . HZ? hi'?'F'?J - ' Ll- , 7- " nv-2525-'Q:a.,."4-f'1:QVi, , Mr? 3 3. ' 1 - V : " U - ' 1 'rf 'E -. V. L "3 -' ' :fr- , ' 1'Nf . "W W 35 ' C- -LT - A' ,:-'3-. '- .X-. . -V . -. Q. x wfjgf L 'Z -"ft TK , ",+ ' L ,FA iff 'il' . 39.4 '95'l'- 13.-fl , 4, fx? T 1 . '. ' , -gvwfk-,1' , ., .. 2: . - Sw ' ' ' ' ' ' " "' if ..., ,' .,,.l,,f,!-, -X Q :wil-sig' Y vi f" 'B .f ',. , 4, N ,-5. PBC .-V. 'g ,gifw'- Y,-' ' 1 '- ' . 'gi 59: '-'n'1-',',- ,- :-,-- -' , Y : -1 '. QL, '.-. ,-gk. ., -,-4. -f5f x,,,A,'5vi1- ' , I, - A , ., -A gif . H W,-V HE- ES ' M -' 1 -sp J if ' N .1 L f' 'E-? 1 4 J ., -K -- 'P-v Y L ,V ..g,,Uf:3. V, " ,. "'f2.v5u' -1' 4 A I win 5 na Y :+"A,Tl . . -.NDC .. ,, mis- gt - 1 ., ", QQ? . 1 ' 3" ,ii 5- ' ',1.?il4'-.R - .ye',. -,0 If my q.: -pug' ,.,- 1' ,S 1' ks 124 .1 ill Q X' 5-Jaqigg. QE -, fu.. -:G '-'-. hy: 1 5g .N '-fav' V: - :J . 'f f " -f 'tiff-:?':--1 . in-I 'I M. " 1 E J V Q Y I 'SF Q :- L ,A sep , 1 1 14 V S 1. ,Q 1 Q fi g?5Pp"', f. 'f 'il Qjjj ,iff g5,f . 1i,,,? V' gr '- . 5' z-T:'1"4194-Ii' "" 5.7:-1' ' - fi"i57f tg? '-'1 1 J ' T ' lj - 3.5. kf A 45 15,21 ', v.4f..f,. N ,, . V- -.-, . Mr. f V ., V, - -x ,,-. a .-,.- ' "L L ew.. . iufg, . A a t-2. r 1I4!,ig?- P1 12: 1 i - Qfigufakg Ur - ,-:f , ,- 74' gf,-.D-V -f em, :L - ,- . ,' ' 1, av ,f.. ,- ,- '- .g.g1.1wj.L,V.A, a if Q , X- - - .L V. ,..,, . MA QM. , 44 M v ds,.'fn, A aw Wi, W- ff yi fu, ,gs 'sim d F PN.. , Z 5 I yy in ,Tm X : T! x. 4 ,11-:I.,t?.:a.i,v Qu A- V ni:,ajggig,: ,,,-, .. ,. , ada , , ,L , 6, KSHE, . ,xgw , ,V Q- .- v- J U ,,, 1 i1-315 "W .n f "La 1015- '- :I X " ,,, ' Q" --- if-'B""M ' c ' " -.P -- 'J r . ' ".".'3E' .' '-,gl ga-. 5 gf-1- xr , p. '- ""- Q, ' ' Q- 31 51 S 4' " -F' ,' . -,A,.,f.' -' 1-"' ,' L'9, VHws-' 7.-NM," fir L-gg. . - 7,4 Fifi A1 Hr? '5Ef"Q',f , , 1 4 4 " 5 H -1 4 , N Q! 14 1, my lr, f. lv- wg unc t N H , f sf? ' + '45, if f it L 5 1 V W? 4, V 4,5 V ' ,' . 'f f Jw , .. , .Vf- s. -f , L::L R ,,':T' uL:5vg Q 45' fk x an . I , -2 ' , ' 9 Q , V A I-pf-'Sf' ' K I 'uf 'ff' .- --,g "- ' '.." Fl' g', ' - F Q' a. H, ,. '.' '- '1 ,,.,-m.- ,M A , A 7 32' mf 1,-TL Ng-L' " 2-.. ' . ' " 'A H . '-.' 'f L - .ur "V 2 " , u Sgv,:A,,,. , ,. . -.. , 4 4- 65, . v. ,. .,, ,f Y. ,m,:,.,fi?- 1.5, .1 W2 .. . . . ht, 5 1.1 'I' 4 5- 'iw m v' MF' Q '44 is F AA 1'1" s -,M v Q .W 'Y Q -Q32 v- WPHVQX 'X f- H. XZ 'E f ,-u X 47 fy if 1 - V A -1 vs .51 1 -y C ,. .11 f. - 4-941 ,. V- .- -1 r ' x . V ,- ..-Y,,.-, 5 Y -1' ' v' "' ' " ' X- ' f.. M' 'iii HH , :"' Wg: . Q 5 .,:5-Tip N1 1-1"n1ri ' 333' gn" - in-:f?'1" - - gk -my x f ,Q ,,- -4 -fm ,, , ,L H. fha? X . , .M N ,.,,y. Y-if km , 1, Nz-"J-ri , - 'Q aff, , X '- " 2 A' 1 ' a"'x Ill ' " , 1' Ph A' D ' .. . , ill '14 1' , ' .vii "i 52 gi " ' -5' ', v'i,' E' 'K'-f"' t'1'q:g'h 'fxxgf' . , . -.f f J ., fn.. J.. L' .J -M.. , f " gn ' . A. f f. fm I if 35.1 ff' ' w,-,.,.L1U'1A nj-. 14, - . f".'v51--4-Iv? . ,, 'bw .v , Ir 13 G , ., . 11, I.. .. K. P, -,Q 555, 2 , .i , 1 -' .,i',u 5 " ,Lg 5 1- , gif ,,. V7 ' A I JY' 12 1 x C -V - - .19 ,., 'u.l,. . -. ' ' -'Y .. bf' ---if ' - :Wir My il' '- 316 f , ,,-m ul" 5 55- - 'r 1 . , . ,,, 4 ,, , .K , . . .. . p., . .W .L . .,. Y, ' 56154 7 ' 3,34 ,," Az. 1-351551-641: X., Y.Ji,,, - 'fi--r 41 ghgzgzgff -.F AU: "2 f--1 R, .- -ara ' .L WE' 1f,.,:., l -.,zk- -,V :P 5' I b -3 QQ .zl-.J ig?-, -H . r.- I-Li' 1 1 5 mt , ... ,J ., ,. - , I M, ., ,,..'..'. f i, -.+- -,kg , pg Q 52" F A 'Pei V.-J' .Q .P TZi'1ii4f-' il!-'-' fr- " "f1'f 1. -W 12?f2'Gfh-'J V1 "U I ff-' 4 - 1. 'lf' ., ,i a ' 75,3545 . . . T'Q'41f'5,:f4L ',j,' ,f 1 " V, in ' ,. 42- f" 'w'H 6 - 'f ,iT ,ffm K 'fi Irv". 2 A - 1 , - f ,M V- - , A, Q.,-.-H. - 1 . . . ,M vl"',v5 2. -. -, ,1 J- -- 1, wr: -fm' . 1- -- v - 4 3 xi 3 N f in Q Pig' X -2 8593? a ff v- i f . Nvfl J ,.w 1. -gr " , f -.I ,'- . .. fT ,f f, f'-L-1:5'1w,:'-.f ,1 -' 'ni-"2 'V , f 1 ,fff R 'Rf -1-:u w - f,":.,- in I ,1. ,:. -:N - ,i 1. , .' nine' " .-ff ,uv 115' f 1,51 ---J .- 15: 'wr 5-fy' .V -.. ' , fx-11" . , - -f - 1- 'Lf if ,f'r.:22, . '-f-vJ' fQ:i1,. ',:,gj'51. '-1'-if',5- ig , .f 1, P 1' ,1-ff: ':. ""'Iaf' '- i-Q53 -.N S f? -' . 1 522-'14 ' . '-" -: fig 1- 21 ., , 1, - --V t 5. -, 1 I. -, ,.f, , Q ',f',C.j 7 1' , . ,- . , , X ., 1 ' 1:1 ,- -.- ww , -pl , V -"-fb. T sf if i'Q2?'f7E1 1-Q"-1ilrkE1 A p uegf ' ,aff-J.'fg,,1f-1: ., -51' V SHlQ"'gtL 1:4f' .,,-- IV yr- lf.,-15 If"j:1rfz' , 'i:7Tz- -f Q "U -"1 's,.1z,'i3 wi- 4,1 J- .gy N.:-1. 4, ig : . ..-Q 19, M 3 r',:519 f' . ,- -Ffiv-1 , ug , rw., .K -4- .5 -w ir-:I ,E'v:'.,k-'K J.. gl: ,4l,W,xisN : 1h1,i :1. ,gr-th Qfisgi: fn-1: -7, ,Bri . n .-L1-'Mii r. g-.-,L-'.,A1 :!.v.,,- . 1- .- . ,ff.:qA:E3.' , -. . ,1,. . V- - : .N .-, ' - W ff. ,Z -1 f "- 'Y--' - 1 uw,-Q, 'A .'-- , , . ,JV - . .. . " .ff - R , . x . - -vP".fe"'-93' ., -. :ofa . -1. , 'K , i . xl , - 4 14 , .- ' "'m5jW.Ze"?g2 X 4- -as 1 11, 355 -Eff ,Q ,,.fr. ':'...' .Q - '- ' - ' fl- ' ', -af' ffm, ,. "fn' 'Ig A .f JV'---11.-'X-fs-,ifaw f--1' 5 ,gr N WC' 7 A ,,. "Pig-,, Q," 5.4:-' fini' Q- 1, V' . , , ' 95222-f .- . , J' - ':L3xi' ,,-5 . -A 'gIff.,yi7f:,5,,, ' - -l i,i' .4356 ' -.ffffe 1- ' .' -1. ,QW '24 . Q-. , - M,-:-f -2,-' -b WA- - - - . 'Q --fffwy ,, ' 1,1s'fz' -:A ' A-L'-' - , 'wsu J ' . 3'k "'1 " 1- ' 15-fbi fi-:g,.. gi: -vm '1'?f3w3?41:2Uy,5. .F 15. 1 ir- ,, '. f-,wtf 5 1 - 'fK73"" -'22, -ff 'T J I-1,-e J' 4' ,iv Qin 14.4--vb 4 '-K "F','V LQ" gg! mlgwi-.gc .- N R' v ,, '33 gi m4.g 5 Q, 1 'F' ,rv A '99, -- affj Q gf ,, --.fvfrzie ' ,'j ' ,,-:EQ 5- 4' - -fs: 21. wi g .' - 'FH .1 Q' mi'- 1-. , . -f . 9 .D -'., ,L .1 1.29. 31215-aff 'fly , - gnu, w, 7 3 ,-L, T T 1' 1,3915 QP .Q , -I' Q., .- .5gf:z, 1- :gf - 4 g r .. ':-J-. .f :Uykf NH- dw. , - .: V1 .1 N,-...-XJ is - AL- ' .- Q1-f' -a :iff-' if'?3R-f.1525f, ff gi-513 3 .Ffgp ' .Fifa ' if f5r,fw 1' - 3. , T .4 - ,vw PM 1- E : if 'L -:Eli ,rl ,uwegqxf if VL- n, ' Lg, SFQTH I .- A-.71 11 nk., - Aga- 1.3 - AAG., I U . ' x ' ' ' ' ' x ' ' , ..l,,o'- .4 ' ,.- J., .- .- ' '.1',:,-V,. ' -r J ' in . .1 - gg :VF , S Ly., Q, , U . I.. 3, X . z J I ab, 1' . Q. 1 M, , 1 '31-,,b. yea - ,Q-. ..,c., S, . .. 'J 1 ,gm " -3 5512 Y' " f',"'kQ'-f' , f"fg.g,Q -.I " " "'f':'.?' Q f'4'4,f,. , 'gf .g.,',L4,auf?5iQR'fQ'4 1-9 .1 ' ' WV- ' "MT s ifgv- 1' ' - 'll M " i . J, s ,f 5. H:--, -an-.,, . fs: 355 P. ,. , is J- .- ? 5 Q y 'H C' K1 'fgfusji fy, - Te '- ,K lff M- - may 434:- . . up H J' fi ,3 1 -, it J I fha, G4 351' .N 'J gf N1-Wi?-FHA. ' ., . jyff? fe' 744, , 'AEK ,4.,. . . , , 14 2' :Zi ' fr Im " ' , .,., .. P. -N ,,,,.. X. 3 L , jgff-', ' 5-I ww 's f f- '-111' . 3 ' 4 qfsybq Tm , :iq-:x-. 5, ,.3.-. J ,Q g , " - , - 'vu' Q, qLfg,vg2i.E f giif kw,F,VgY:k,:5:v1 , if-,H -Hg. iivbi. 'A - w.3:I,,1 Ah, 5' Q, K '-,,,,:. gf -1-vA A.. uv ,,,,A., 5, My 1? - N4 - L L:--' , .- - .4 J ' 11. .-.4 'f , - Q- .- - ' ' .- 'I ,.n -. -.'.. a '--. :L ----s ' . ' H' -- r T- QM -- .1 .- M954 -L-2--. 'LL . 1...--yr A '. - 1-Q-my .-.' Vw -rv -45, ,--F5 .QV , Q , fp.-7+ M-P-1 fm' -"lf ...eff .r,g. .gy--4-,- v ' +5 J, -, , .r l -,ln L 'gt :R A Y . v f it , -75 A J3,-I Mzbgi. ,U . 1 .F Y L., -IL F I' - v '.'EfJ,,-N! .1 x -1 uk ti If , ,fu -, J FR fi . ---- -, . . HQ! f . . ,' , f. -r. . 4. M 7. -4 , nf,-. iSf, v,2:" - 'iff . J, 1, una ,4 -' '-f 'ff A 1:1 ,- 'Elin . 51-I 1 . ' g. hw" ., . min f2',:af7.'5,g-f?f'b-'H ,t7-1si'v-,fk5'f- 15M.4 '. ' f ':- 'K 'div' fx,-:rw " -if-xr 4 41,3 V -N. U 1 V-Fir fb. Tal. ,A u Rfk- G V. " It Srgiakglf bku is-Vg: , f-K ,EYQL 3?Q i g7:::..,-vfzwiuif' 'qi-P ji' -F . 4:55 ., - ,- , J' f,- I 2.1, -, 'f-f' QL: -qhnkzfzf,-'i 5, a,':-.'A L'A"-i n ijilvjrf ' '..1"50f-wivg--.5Li1' -v 4,5 - -P - ., . , 1 ,O 'J in 'fn if L Fi, .' aw , . 'rl 'Ts Lf 31+ my F, S af: K 1 -.I I. , +V ' gi? , I"-L ,Jia ' I: TL il'- Six , . ,L"v. 1? W 03:25 -is-3-5 F" I G ul' 1 'Yu Q ' .J 'Zeb 3?- ff.- i 1 X . f- 563- -:X 'W ' , .fx ,R W 9 I, ' we ' I. . Nfl' ' rj :E ' A Lx ,gli "TT: J' nl. R..- I L. . wifi my 151: . ..N. .1 . . . . . . - ln-4 nw, .SMR 754 f, if in-f '- Y - 1 ' " ' -Y A is 5 , 7 aw ' 'Q F' 1' , ":,'CE5:e"?' M.---. - -- '- ,- -r ,Q J--: X, '.. -,,-qgi.",,. - ,I nr. ,ff wf -9. 1 ,..-A ,.g. -+ '.:4,-ma' w '1 --1 " . -1' .3-.f ' : 1 L' K' 'J'-X 7,534-E -gc, 5-. .Mus 'K 31,5 Mfg!! -1 V .. ., Mr- V . if 'su 7- A 1 211, sq: .pq-,nf -3' , 3 --,.w.11.'1'!3f'-Q.. Eg. A .f-'W ff 2 "W" ,+ -1' . 'iw if: mg: 1:1-,vt Z ,1 ,L 'nu ll: VW ' 1 L2 'fr -D 1 'F' - P -. r " x ' ,Q 17 W" 71 if fd L jg .rfw , me-, R .Y wr f Q- Aw J, M it' 'TQFQQ t-Wh r ugclkr J' 1 ilk.. i " -. - 4 'M ' ' ,' ' '-'4.- A91 - 3 ,wwf 1. A ,f 2 'I v ,. K "xg,-'Ft ., ' '15 L gy! '1 1 my ' - 4 ' 1 . w-"'- . - f af-" ' W , 3 ' 1273 ,ig an 1 ' W -4 w If X, ni .KA 1 , ' v -vi I ,, V A' A , N ' J IK ' J' ' K' ' Jw, fanfun by -gkfwiyifi 'rd gi iv 46' If , v . ' "' r ' A - . " " 'f - " x 'raft -v. ,f :L A ' 4' T U3 M ,.-H f nf, 4- ff .. an fa 0 1 .0 -" . . ,v Ag. W ' J - 61, A 1 " - V ' , fu-ifgw. P.-14 -'5 Us 44 ' " V14 H. . mr. f 3 " 'fb' A ,' my gf. ,,- '- '1 A .. n F4 12 M 4 4' f 'Af H " Y v 0- - .gl A 7 1, W ,-.f A -55-'il r 3" 7 A c T' A u Q ,513 Ff LQ? 'Y i YC 15. .W 4' ' Rf: 'W X s V1 S' 1 ,Ku ,. L .0 f a n . , L- 5 x .5 1 ' if 4 .' . e J' H ' , x X 6 T Y I. f J I if , f 1-, A T ,Q 2' 57' A55 W-A 7' if M ' Ki V 1 1 if-'N K 'Ti A v 4 U. ,WL 'f'5-1-.5 -Z" ' 51 - I Q"":A- "1'1lJ1- K J. " 3-, , ' " -ff: ' "1-7 """'f5f' 'M -'fi :QUT if -f r .: 1 iH,?,, ft"3X2: ,, -1313: V 2835? . .- 'TM TJ As, -. L., .,:,-4f, 4 1:4 ., W A , Y ami 4,-.j , Y' if, ., -' ,. - Hey ' ' kiwi' fn .1 ...N 34 'G-f 5, 1 . -'W 'wa '. ". -I '- ' .' - , '. gc .' M I-.J"f-1 ,"' ' 1, V .2 'L' Af'1- ' 'YQ' Y '- -Q 4.53-My .- . f : ,, W f y 51 -1 .-v., , 'cf - g-4 , ,. . fy ., ., fi J ana wg 50' fm la-Q-L 6 4324- A ,C ' - rf- ,V .- '.., Q' . . ,.:1:.L. -, - , ., 1 .- f , hi, y x 7 -A Q 1 , 'Q '- - - .'- 3 Q, Y - 1' -g.'5f,3h1, . , 'fb mg Q 1. V-.wi wg '-' xifif -- . -2' 1+:+.2"I "V-Lg , ,r . ,. pn,rf ,. , 32159, j,Nj5-i,f-iv. 521' 3 eTgg"f'2f, , 'V 'wg -' - ,K . yi:-,-,.f54:Q , 1" ' -5- -' : iw if gfgqsft 'I-,J rg, A ia' M7 ggi' 3'- 0,51 il '12, X.-'S'-fpgr' Q! I' ifaw q 'X' ' V Eif3,!1.,- ' i' - gw-3 'K-3 A 1 , . I .4 .U -- . 4, . .L-Ay., -, ., ,, W . ,Q 14 ,.v,, , fig-..1 ,m -,ga Ip .I , N. 45:5 ,hy ...-gr"l..K 5 .1-, K., . A: ,L 4-f " an -, , X 725 i ' Qg, , ,-W, an 1. 4,...,, x ., ? .1 we - W H ,- -. -. 44,1-J. Hv - -' -4 - ' s f.-- 141124 . af 2 ' 4316--" 'j Qu. f- :- -M'E"1.:w " rw- -.-f. , Lf, "SWL fr". 3-hw. 55332 , , 5,,.3f 'QA 4. . in .- 1525 ' - I 13 2: f,5.i3 .., 'S 71 ., . .W T'E5s.'aff'gfQ,g,ff.-,1f?,f TFA "iii- ' fI,. 1. ., , ff . 1 H+' . -:asf -A 14" f 3' - W "1" -' . A 'Xi x ' i " ' 1 , .iw , 4 ,? . Y- ..,,, ' ' 'M ' " -V1 1 71 , us' Y' -si, Y . " 'Q 5 1? , ' ',,4f:. .-., -A ,rf 1. n. 'L ,Q .1-' .f:,+ 51. 15235. "F '-'-:V ' '- U , '-'ni ,- QL ':- K ' A 45 ' 5" ...bk 4 V . - TWD Q, 1 . f.: 1 -1- v -mv' ,. 'gs ' ' ' u V ,J-Iv' -'- - ' . -111 6- ' I Jgg V' -' ff, 'Al My 4 r-tzffv ,V 2 gp 1 w V4 , A-. ' ' , K -1,1-,-uw: me fhfff Q-.1 f f:a.5 111-pg Q W 4, W L' 'ffbggei 4.3. ..k,iF,q1 Vj??'gfx-Q -j ' v - 1 A '- 1-'. .14 ,- ' ".-:F safari. : - -. -f-, : 1w3F' .' -Riff iw- if-'F'42i"1 55'.30T'z"'f4e.,f:X-1-, XJ. P "+f 'ef::3' :gg - '- ' 4, ws" ' . -'Q .r - ..1:,..a,1V 1,-,H .5-Q-4, .5 I '11 fy, 4, 'j: f v -2 A ,hx af- 'FAX ,gg , ng L , . A K '. gztl, '-C3 1:11, -igsf K 5 'LQ'-1 'LJ P ,T-" 3.2 j :nf , ZFZMTQ' , 'YES'-f' 7 . V if-V 1.5 ,:"..', C Yx fiif Q vrimnsfkf-v.+r,f-fgft ' fimzw f-f "2-HG ff.. def ' 21,Q'Szpf?' 'iilv I ,. 7. TQQZ 3 . -KVQlhK"j.' 1.12.3 -U' ' X ' " ' " ' ' il mf' 'lfi 1? L: 2- V" 1' uw ' egguiaf -- Q '. J ,Q 1.,-, . - .Y ns..-F.. -,.4 1- .- . '4 "i w :W t V-H -Q. X. ' bf ' . '. '. ' Q 5 .- - .L 7' '- is ff- F 1 . ' My :'--Axi:f- A , , , ,als f.,,..g., ,' A - K - . ,. -f.. M' .' 'Y V A" A" "'..' ',f 'T --rv ' ""'-2 -t',,"r-'i , U5-2' Tv ".- '- i"7X.',,M., .. , W--4 1 ,4 f . 'f Wh- P' ' asa. L,f,f,Q-f'f2-f,.1 x-,X ,. ,,.,-.4-xii. . -.4-5 " 44 .' 'Lf '51, zum' 1 fm , Q- 1 -5,5 -V-. -P., RQ- U- H if-.' Af. ' gn ff-wr, -L.: .:- 3 1" " " ' " 'L gr! f 4- .Ll -- ' 'EBIT 21. RA' "'. 'ii' 'if , 7 P.-51--' f. M .' 'P J, 'iv'-'i. 'JR -' -"J A 3.11542 - , 1 - ,, ,'-3 .n+-.",' :- -' L., -,,r-' ' JV- S-T,-fir! -' , - . " 4 "' Q 4 ff J 'M 4 'J I W in 1 Q v F' M f w lf if ,, K' 32: W 5 'N 1 ,T K me 4, Q 2 ' " Q W ' . 1 , uv- ,F xl' Y, T'-qw A f., V, . , ,H ,..' 3 , ,Eh ..,, " P. . LEF5 ' : . -' ffsfg-,+'f 'f 'I' as ' ' J X ' -3, '-- ,, 1 X , 4 . ,a 11 f:. fr , . - , Tl - -H 4 4 xg - ,r Ag x 4 x gf , .. I 'g ' Us P VM ' w ' , n all 'ETA , Lg' ' A ' rv- ' if 1 -. A 1 , H Q 1 .5 1 W 4. Y Q, qw r M- 6 X. S X f 5 vu if - ,- ,wr , 7 Miz 4 E 5. S 22511 W , vary?" ' EW' 1'-' ,ag 4 'el-5-.1 'J H U , J Y 37:-Q5?f,1-'f-' . 1 I Q -',.g'Pf,? fs" .if -V555 vm?" f Fg. .1 ff' T'f.', ' A. iii-" 'R-'H ,'f".""':,'7 ' 1" sf- f f " , . 216-. ' '- W '-.Fifi L ili, 5 ' D i g s' ,. , ,T-1-1 r-Af, aff I M," ' 'Lf fe-IW'--. ww ' " ' P 'wx ' ff- r H ' X f'wfL',j'V'g- fi!! ,M ,,x.,-ty Q., 1,-ffh., . , l in fm ,A k:53f'F,f-QAM ,wf -5 3" . ' fy' , sg'..: I , .,, .., ,, N - VH. , ,Y-him -1 l 9 Y gf at-Lag-C,jH 9g-I,.?,jyL':5gg- -A ,ir 1, A. -vi S' V127 7' if-ff N57 . uf f, ' N. l-195' g,.', ,.'.i,.f.gii , ML V , . ,- X -vm -. 1+ - J . -f Q - ., .Q , QQ .. Q. . G.. 4 ,, ., ..,:. ,, , ,H X 2, . , , x U' .Jx , '1 2 .i, " :33z. ?1 'i " . I. H ' f. W-, ,. J, e 'Quay .V - ,- .,.,-g,sL41',,- f- v1 Egg.-141, ,Jgf-1-v'f ,n:,Xg,L W , Q53 . Q91 ff 'L -i. 'A Q, Ar Q,,'..,f'lQ2 1' .J . , V. ,, -. -ff: -. - . .-A . 4 5, .-. 1, My -mg. KQ4,-.M ' ' :. 2-ifalfl fsxg .rf . l , nw . iv 5: 'a - mf-21+ a A is A X flf' 4- -f .A - -' ."5'T7"'-3 T . -- .wmv ,vc 6 ?-:',,i- .. .. .nf 4 ., ,... . . . hir? .9 - "GRP A -', .""5' 4. . X'-.A F, . . . U, f figxgmlzuqn ., ,f.,,.. , vw! ji, .- V, ' dp of ,W 1 1 .1 2 S v 4' , 5 1. '5 21 ,Y ., 'S ' N Q' H S-' Hg' i f 9: 2' 'I 11 1'5" " J mv- l X' W W 'N 'P F if 3 F , , I ' Nb 1 .et v sz if Q 5 n , 6 Q? 1 'T - ,r ma' L- w '- f .1 -A 7, ,, Aw 5,-gr . ::-.,4 V .j'--ws 1, , . 1 -. , -,, -15 ' 1 1-'XI5':,T 'K:-.'V:1-r- W 7' .IK 'S' QW- ,.-".'t.-f,,- ,' wwf- - X- 1' + '- A "' ' ' ' " ' K I -'Fx .,.5!15fX5 ' 'G' t-4-"' ..'-'Af--.-:fbi 'fi 'v"-I- W6 '-'Y ihlfdi'-'ff' X 'C ! 'x ' " " ' -5 ' +1 - - . .V f' ' 'f-z',1JY"" a ..f . 4 Eg! " T' "Huis 4 ff-,g.f1T5,f1'Q. -1 515 I- ' ,Wi K . up , 4. 5 IF 5 Q.. 5.'1?jl-Sf .Qtr-'i"f1q": ':f1"iI' A Pr' 1 , Q -?i1..: -,iffggl 5 'ff- 1 1'-gyug ' '41-' -X v ' 3'- ., ,. Q" 'x' HT ' li-' - -T1 ' '. x U' A wg' 1 7 xi u ' ' I - . 1. U.. 02+ A-,C - -.3-4, I",zL, .-92 , - .- iX- ,ffvifax . 'W -I'--GA FU-?.f1 . '-.. . -. ,, - . , , ,5.,, .: -1, r ,-R--ri f ,Ll 1 . hi.. - rhfixxfl. Sym- I W-U ' - " L 'Pt-Q! if '- 'fl-f . r ' wx ,, .. -45 -.- .. 1,4 A. , 'v-v. ,- . - ,..-,1,, 1 '-,. ev lg -- "Lffli':..p?3' 214.1-f 1 'f ' , ,. .V .www ., X , .W N ".f-'elf-vii gg. fl, '-"ij, AE'1.f." V f ' :-".'w1,- - - - , W 11" 'V f-1 - fFf'A"'-"BQ, "'2.- H -"Q-:.'L?" X A ..:',E' Q 'J-"!LaFy JLQ-'.:ixf,,1.-.'....Y '-251.4 , ' I tu: . ,QV.,1Ni:x.2jk 4 '?":,gY .-f fr L Eg .Q:T"fi.'xA,,LQ2.f -f?-false! :F-f ,ijfiiiiijfg5ma.ff2sa15-tgii. K .JJ ff 75 LIBRQ1 m S ' ,f gf , 5 X B N PSX gmt f F2 f 'l1i!4ffEl. gh ., h' , ff "" , 5-Q ,LL - . ' TQ, X- ' ' ,,,,.. Lv' I-1 019 I 4 f? ff lvso COPYRIGHT 1 9 2 2 K ' lx is K ,W I ff 'AWG QSSIXMJ M fff, X . 1 X ' , ' '-,: I I f M .A - ,f N w KM rw ' ! H XYNX '14 -Q" 'M f -, u1'v'-e u 5 if FW H ' 'N' All ,Ill 'fn 'gl lilo I ,' JU , , 1 4 ' 7' X ' nh ' "I If ' ' i f "" L J " , OT TIS IBUILOCK EDITOR ALBERT DILLON BUSINESS MANAGER J:qA Elgv 031611 jhsanazal qallllliilfth lug Ely: Srnim' Qilnss nf Zfuih Mig!! Srlguul 1232 13 Unlunlr XII FGREWORD The Quill Annual of 1922 is presented to all who love Enid High school. Within pl 'H its pages will be found the 1 :Nl I, story of our school year with N N its various activities, aims, . 'z ' and goals. We have sought ix l V 3 X to make for you a true and " A sincere picture of high school N DN life and we hope that this iv ' i I record may grow more sig- l l Nl' M, nificant as the years go by. ' l - I VF Y A L ' if ff,.-,g, Ah g i q H x fgdi-tying Y , . If 5 Xl b I W lil r 4 f V 1-Qaxig -, t 1 i few' ,I ,, , 1 e. Ei:-ws" f 'i 'fi ""' 'il HIM 5 - .3 mi ,gl 1. lilly f ltr if ll 1 Fb,l'klgXf,l2ii-lf. .:,'1:,1 X ' I A Y ,f Awxlafig, X ,A 5' P' ' V i M lllllllll l l l All W Four THE CHEROKEE STRIP When our Cherokee Strip was opened In September of 'ninety-three, There were only a few simple homes, Where Enid would grow to be. But settlers came in wagons, From many distant towns, To build the firm foundation Of a city, and make their homes. There were for their friends, the Indians, 'I'o make firm friendship's bandg - And Indians, too., for enemies To destroy their planted land. But in spite of every hardship These brave men found in their way, They managed to prosper with something gained For every passing day. Enid is now a metropolis That is talked of far and wideg And the people who live in the Cherokee Strip Tell of this city with pride. We give all the praise to our fathers Who came in 'ninety-three, And we all look forward with visions To the Enid that is to be. Embelene Swartz, '22. Five DEDIClATIOp To a friend who has spent several years with Enid High Schoolg whom we have learned to appreciate be- cause of her willingness to help every class and organi- zationg whose loyalty is true and firm -- to Miss Bess B, Bradley,supervisor of music, this volume of The QuillAn- xi f ' Y PM lilo Jb!?! i1Q I, YN, , . Q V AW IH i n uf mil Tv - N T ' h .Yan t I X N -aw li lx V NA 'W N J? i L, 1 3 9 nuul is lovingly dedicated. if 3 Q p 1 is Q l ' 53,3 Jquwrlw ll " i wr A f li ll v 1 iw A -, am ' if A -27 'fe 'f ' N h X- f it , e 1 9, if e Y X75-. K' R ' Mini ' I :LLM 'yd .-f g XX! 5' 'A i A XX X V 1 "tp 'lf " Y" ,N Xsgvgi, ' , i f' ff J? ,I " l i Six f ' 1 I K, ,. ,. I v V l I IN IIN MISS BESS B. BRADLEY Seven Eight Q9rher nf Banks I ll lll HH if! 111 U11 31111 S1-:tion Beautiful High Srlgnnl Qjlasszs Atlgletirs Artihitirs Qrgmuizutinns Qllitcrnrg Extinct lf' ,.ff......f-f4f"'f- jk Sviirnn Beautiful A F 3 W If 5 ki' ,3 fx x w x V , IH W R Nine , 3 q, r n z-.W , U!!! ' 51.16 zz -is ,,-...... ,. ..f-'A ' " ' "'QL""-if-I---1'-f -.W , ' 1 '1 , ,-f' Tfqf 5 -:-.gr .. "'- " ' f- Wag., W WA A f ,f xxi X- filifzfg , Y, , . Q, . '7""'-' f-'J-f-if,-,..,,"IW ...ft - . -.41 g:,.' fix- - ig. . - V- A, , ,QM A " '-'wwf 5 ' .-fs 1:':wp.- 031.5 ' 2 W 113' 5 69" 'bb-..-ff-f-"'f?f?-Q . ,f -,,:5:Ya.W. ll 3 'J-if , YJ- A - 1-3117 . -',.Q.,,, ' 14 . -,, . 'fxf-Wt f' Fi' 1 uf' 5'31liF--is '- , ., 1 ' UM- ,.. .' - ' " H ' ' .QI ffl ,H rec? . '1i1:. x . . '-- .-5, A.,-,-. . ,. - ay-5" -, , . -' ', ., 'Q N Riff' . f . 5-3!',l'3955f:2i'Q'fffslw , 'lf22'R"f A F 55. J' ' "m 'yfwf' M- '4-4:..'?QL..Lg,,ffa::.fm.L-',H'Qi-'iix-LSP iifiig- uf-ieij. ' 5, X... Zlrfbi' f"",m-X ak... .Mimi .' - " f f iw'-1'-.'.- .uf-'.:f we -'w.-.-:nf M if 1, ff :ww . . .- -:-'ef ,num - M V-.+f..-.',v.A.,i..,,,u ,, ffflif 1, ,mx fee,-5 -rg, ' ' mv- Lf--1Lw:f..,L- ff- UL -wwf 5-ww.. E -3-....,.ii, ,i..fa'::-,g-L:qgg2,Lfk,-53 :Q if k. 1 yy M , , . 52 :sv ht .1 ':. 1 . V .FQ ex,- 1i - rf- If ig ,, . si H, 4. .ily "1 Wi MZ". QQ: ., Lv Qi :vi Hi. rw .Qu A gm 3. W Htl Q.. M SH iw H' , 5 , 11, wk ' fu V 35 ish! Vu .MH ' 5'-QE Qu " .I z I - 1- fi' .r .If -5 ' . g , 7 za' , - ff" v 'f 1 ' X: dx . .I 2.155-.' ' 'Li IU-f FIQE. . , X I'-1 ,'F,'.f'l5,Q' 'iw J.. fs' 1.311 1 ' . ', . U. . , M- vhs' f "I V. ' ' A 1 N. 1' - I 1 v, 125.1 1 5 ' - ' fx .iw Q21 .1 -,'3:!..- xr"!I'H2qe1 I. . -. V ,,-' .. M. 155. H 'X is 9,5 X: yi . A A Y 1 5244: V lj 'SQ I-, :X 77,0 5 ' LW ,'l ,. .. ,, . A ...., ' ia., V',E:"i. X E' 3 v gf. .P '.s:.f'0 fy A gf.. 1' XS? j.- ,H Nz, -' " N' " 5 . ,n'.j5.u,. I 1:3 ,3 is . , N,.. L. 53'.af.'h,lg51 X - r...?,4ifEf. "-QF. 21. 1-53. .., 9. yfikpzi ijm, 12' .N , ,. ,.. .Q , .. L WK.. ,f -u. .,,, 'gl ' ' - ' 3,31 FZTLL. ' .1.'1..f gm .:I5I"f I 117517 IF , - ,NH 'x 1 Ll' f ' Q N i ,, A .Tw ,V - 1 -,'- ...,,J, 51.1 ' v.. W fi Jimi J .44 ff A' 'f' 'T' rf 5,-r:"" 'K " Q-5g.?12.'.i.J?,--:JR .5 . F1511 Q2 231325 .. . KJ. .14 I 1 1 ,,. Q 1 . I 3' .x ,.3a-Sw:-:v.:s-.5.ff:F"g:f 1-3 .-..,,.,,, k f '1:-..1:- '31 f .1 .. , ggefv. . . 'Wx' f ' ' Wifi" "fJ1gk1?Z'-'5r,f?:..- L-.gl --47 2 5 11 ,QQ .-"ill" 9- , ' 4"" " g S' -..Li af'-:alas 1. ':"'i'f'T1' 'EJ ' -v-'-Q.h.Q,,-.- ' '-. -1' wg: .ff f ?F.?. Y .1-LQ 11 -. gg Ten iz- -If 5. -:J ,sa.,..- ,,. , ,AF W Y I M LX 1 C2 3 V , i "fi ,-- : " f '.:- -5 - 5 -24 -if i ff 2, ii xf ff:g,g?T"-f-Eff, iw' iQ, f:,e..f5. , 1 J!ii"5-"f..-fl 1 'V 4' J 1 'af' ilu yy ' e lf' AM WMA- ' -5' "' 4144114- Wu s ' -, 1:-L. .4.-.-.gl W !l f 1 . Q I 1 W 1 ' 1 ik I r ,U 4 if xi 0 1 ' Wm ' in Y ' V l- Llym! J YI Vw. f , ' r I W if 5 ni. H 6:5 Ii v F N-MN' mlm , .H 'M L Xu l xx f K A ' 1 f :lQE ' 1: R155 1 lux w w 1416 N 1 'x'.1 A g K d ll 171' f ,gp 1: ll W. -H .,.. I IU? Vjl ,. 1.1117 x if ' 1, I A., 2 , 'ull L-xy. 1 ., -, 2 I-.Lx fu, 1 A A Eleven . 'f MAIN HALL Twelvv CAFETERIA an ..4., 5 "ff5S?ii:iii7'5l7375553?ffl5:75 -. V Q7?2fffKf'ff74TTi1': , : iil k eq Qf g ,pi we ' fi ,ig Q 'jf "Q . ,,' Y,l'i1.! . V A' 3 X-' -if-T g, za, Ulu lin .1.. . nv, EIIIM ', I r ' - 9:2 A, . l f uf jg. 21 ' g 7-jf Eff W1 LL ' ' f -. ,,lV 5lll1f In, Y! W Q ', 'E 32:2 ' I 3 - Z IMLAIE 5: !,,lEg3',g E fish 1 F'Isw . mv me fy- it , m ini ,,- Q T4 LM 'may ' Vat! K ' . t 5? -x 5' I 'WJ ' -I , Q - 1 limi! iff 3- b , Q f I ,Q I 'gy 3 y.lf,?5. LF N :K L i J . .V,-, W , ' V Q' 5 ,, , . if ,f f A A j up 1- 5, - N ' 3 1. . - -- " JLVV ' YK :V X I I. I -. K 5 ,zfimxi :Q , - , N M J- - , Mx gy m r? mi 1. 'A 'f, !f5L!f,A ,, L33 Q mfg! 5551.6-X X 6 " f 7 'HX gi, QE - Ti A GEN, :iw 1, - 'if , .W., f , 1-54 awx lw ff 1 A-" 2 .h xx L '-,,, T Nsflyif I . 5? , A 'f , "" Q - ff l ','Q 7 '-'k" 14,8 f 1f9'f'. v V f: ,- 31 ' I , .. .f - ,N , .- 'X - . ' " "" I," - X " "'f' 7 , , W, vkymgmi " me " """ f f -7--. . ,WV ,v.-Q,--1.--gg.,- 2 WSI! Qrhnnl l:.,, fun-at-1-if'l1.f , . . -- -f .-,..,..i...,:-,.....-- 5' -1 .-1,-f . High Svrhnnl .K . P ,g, 1 ' 4 ,f ,il I gi ' ' -1'LgYvv1V ,MEI ,, . ,yy W"- 5 -' A Ji H5252 riff I HW Wifi I i .M i -i 1 s b wif 'gag 1. 1 ' . X, a -.2 ws. N5 . '- ., ,' V., ,. , .:,'! :fgE:i521,s' ' . I '5 5152122 245 ' - 1 . 355 5 77 f , Fi Qiiliiii 5 1 512223252 ff? 0 - , 21 nf - S ,,', 21 ' Q' I 43.1 1' 1 , , f g f X 1 ' l' X"' J, ' ' l 1 X? X f .5 I 6' 'QLD - . ' Ml, .'.,',gfW' v " 3. , , :ggi ,i-ff,,ff5l5 , J. 5 Mg XY R if . , fg ' ' , "QV ,ry I' " I K -VN ' "U I ,, .,? w.,XsQ, , : Mp . rf X W- , Q . 1 . hw H M V - fl- -w f uf. m m f' H. -if f f. ffl! 1 K fig V is 'x-Hn 111.1-i ff! 23,211-fffffwv .- ' ' . 'I ' 'ZW 571 ' - 5 U m""' ,4.'y,'f!.-ir H V x I 'X-X ' iff? A- Y - A , V' : N f' IU' ',3IfL!'iL f 5:5 Y ,V 1 . ,M 1 .: , I f . 1 ,nj V. . ' ,n', 4,1'-Eff' A I '50, -70 xi 5 5 F - ,.., , Y at I . 1 Q Q ,.,,v,,.. vi,,,z5,, K - .3 If . , 'L-.,:f': " "4 fm .A -12'-f 1 M:-3.77, If f 1 5 .5-7' if V fsifesfs ' i gg fri.: lag i e,:ggi?i! Qi., f ide, , , 'ri ' 41 NHL- .. I q Q -ab ' . ,Mi ws Q n 1 2 ul 4- - ..o. , -res EMM?" rm W' ' -FM r - K N HE 1 J' l N 4: i f, " 0 o in l , it QAPPLFIIHUUII I 1 QQ Real men, real leaders and real Americans are to be If l admired, and especially so if those characteristics are i 3 combined in one man. Enid High School has two such if men at its head 'and it is with pride that we point to i , E. D. Price, superintendent of Enid City Schools and N, ,'L DeWitt Waller, principal of Enid High School. il, Mr. Price is widely recognized as an authority on "ii vocational training, which he has introduced so success- u y intot e ni sc oo s. e m cassi icationp an, x w i fll' hE'dhlThE'dl"' l 1' g now creating noticeable comment, is due to his research i ,N . . V, in education. ,I W Mr. Waller's efficient management has made the 4, N high -school an institution of which the students and if if ' 'V X citizens are justly proud: His recognition as a cham- ' mx - pion of clean athletics is state-wide, and his ideals of 'dl clean sportsmanship are well known. ,Q W These men are manly meng they are firm but kindg 5 i f , loyal but dignifiedg frank but gentle. We like them and A- V delight to pay them tribute. , i S A l ,X il if . xxx l my i i- i if! v ff Pl ' ,ap Ki . l ' -I, f 4 l X sw! M , N iw V , X 'NW 'll 4f ' 'Ta' f' I fs, , :fiifQ"'V J K, 1 1 ' ' 'S 22 ""' "N ....., --4?-.ig , .e:. An!- lll 5 . I K lgifll i Iwi iw' J' nfl, Q N74 'G 4, Thirteen , - ' ,W -A - -' ' :fefQ X- : Q V 'fir'-af f n X H ,, f1?3ff- -fi r " -'nf ' 1 1 -1 iff-' 53-? g., lf Apt .-2 ' 3' . , 4 - 21- hm iii" il- V- ,"-,-115 1 -L 'f Af., U7,' A A "xl LE. . . ii l'Qf,e! J - g ,,,..,,,w1:,E9'uz5af ...m-,,,..f' . -, lm N - x I f +1 I-2--"Q-" ', lx x . K , I I ' I. A IQ '9 I , II I 'II II I I, I II I II In I' l , I' .II I . I I .it I I I , If I, 1 III . I fl I I I IX ' fi I I l 'I If 'III 14" I Is ' ' 1-I In I! II ,' Iyr 'gfyggffilifi ' av :ff hi' Fourteen 'Q I I I I .fl I 1 I , .I wil f 1' .I I. I' I I 'I If I SUPERINTENDENT E. D. PRICE 121 ---Li II III? I I. I I I .,9I I! I I ' Af XII I I , ,M ,AN U11 ' JAH I IX hy, I I II , I gm' 2 I dv? VIII' wi I -gy: wg!,'2i1v. ' "Q 0 , x. 7 U - ' yup ANL! ,P wg M436-r ,, -iff: wr-s...,, ihs- ,,,.L,-, Q 1 63 T7 FL A " 4- g gi, ...uipmv i""'-"J w ,IM PRINCIPAL DEW ITT WALLER ."!"Tf':. .-252 - ,J l YR K gl ' Y . "3 .'- - - - - '41 '35, - 2537 f ' is r r - pig -r HIE? of-:f'T't-5':n3-.f4if'iFf . -.- ,Y 'iuiifwrf , - 1? 1 .F x 9. Q I " --3 5 A v .., ,L .G ' H 4- ,-. --1 if f -S 1 -v as ... V 1 -2 at 4 -" .N AF. -it L3 -5- K .. " , . if: ,5 JE N. 4,w Quin f--Q L..-, , L, :1' 'E-1, -gi. ,EOM , L, ,,, 1':f:!. f, ,'-,- ' wg,-1, ' so ., ' '4: -'L Tv ' ' . ' lLw3-""':"5 .A .,,. ,, ., A V. 5,1- v , f f 'l 51 I I x . l I, r , I if 1 J' 4 l J C ,IL 5 . M ll I ' , , I fr, A threat illrumh nf the Emil Srhnnln f L1 1 I l COur Tributej 1 U Q 3 The boys and girls who are pupils in the schools of Enidg the ll l I N superintendentg principalsg supervisors and instructorsg the board of 'N education and all Enid are better, more prosperous, more determined ,H it to do right and be right because of the life and service of our great 1, l , friend, J. H. Shaw. ' IM His service on the board of education, in the church, civic af- Ah fairs, and athletic life and his warm personal interest in us all made lb I' us love him, and now that he has gone to his reward, we should try to M I make our lives worthy of him. It was his ideal to have a school sys- ' li Ql tem in Enid, second to none, and to that end he gave his time and .K . fl energy freely. Greatly because of his ideals inspired by his love for N I", this city which he chose for his last resting place, Enid's school system 1 SX' 'fig' probably stands second to none,-the fulfillment of his hopes. May j , 1 pl God's blessings dedicate us to the service of mankind which he so , ,V richly exemplified. Mr. Shaw will always live in our memories. 3 X K N f at N. 1 l li l , 1 3 f I l I 11 l ' fl f :rn . N l 1'lf"' X y 19 I x in L lx V 1 I W l if' ' .Aw ,yx il X 'iii' ' will' ww, I, . ,ffl M xl III f, , x N' "0 .5 , 1 -ivvy if y mgwlgl-u 9 ' Al p. 'I 22 'iiinhfqffmia gfgfgqgvrs , ---lazy Ls . F - 1,1 2,-' ' -1-L -- 1 Sixteen I I A I III In I.. I, . II, I I I I I I I ., 'I XX' I I xxx -ff l - : A ' t gg, mIL2.I4w,-n.f1Sg+J Afgz4.,"!,,1gfz l1 f i5fa...ff'hJI5'ff.W ff' I 5 I .r I II, I EI 'III I-III II, II, I7 QM ug NQJJ If JI 41 J ' 'ISE II lj 1 1 I I' , I Q III I IIIIIK? W I I , , 7 W G f V A I3 ll I I N IA I , III W I wp! gil, III, Is IIIIII If li gg li I ' .E 2 II. I rwffll iv I I I IX" I '-E! I . I I Iffgjf' W ,Z I --f.f2,.:ge I W 2' sd Seventeenp 5 f! n f g ' - ' , g.- -L ef 12- M 24 " "! -N 559 , E1 E: . 5 qi -2"f-'K ifff?Ili' 1 Li i gig., Q. . ", , -1' i- -' fe -23:51 ' '-KG Sf i T . .mf -Lea, R Eggs g-keizqylmff ' if-'QL m .34 NE fe- . f,r,g.. .... X ..... -...'-I:eEZ9!'?"f:'.:'9.2P:C?-":i:mi5ii5i?Yf , .- f ' ,. :Walla-if-'if 4 2 A 'l ii' if ui 'I 1 1,1 l i 1 xl' K l l 1. X 1 l ill I, la 'I If Vg L . I. '.l B ' 1, Jr ' GUY H. DICK VIRGALENE DAVIS , 3 Commercial Commercial KN 'lr Ogden Cgllege, Kentucky Colo. State Teachers' College yy. 1 Bowling Green Bus. Univ., B. C. S. W'iChit2i B11SiI16SS College v W5 wig M MX IJ ' l. l"' " I My kill' W1 is VJ ,pil , i I we I yy' '1 u 4- if fy fm,'C. 1' ,M 1 "Ill 1153 ghjwf' '. xikzf ' n A f' , MRS. MAURINE BLACKBURN LEON K. WHITNEY Nfl' " .L+ X Commercial Public Speaking ,lm 1 ' Nyllxf Hardin College, Missouri Kansas State Agricultural College . :Wi " ' ful' Missouri Teachers' College, Pd. B. Baker University, A. B. 3 B ,.J, . -' 1 V I ,U ,, , X. l ' fl I r"?", x 4.46. 9 4 1 1 5 L -f-.ee 1, 1 X " Eighteen . ll 4'x 'X V JXFKXXQM- .f'g: 1A-5-:A 4v: ? if 4 Tx? T 7 T f JK' - -Y 5 .L - -,-Q HV 4Ui1, vii.. --- -..- ,.-iq 1 -' -Y - -Wi , H A fx rg fy"-'l'V"H QT A ,,l..L-iw rf- JS. BJ , ,F A-,V ,Lx . -r . - , 1-4 JZ, .. ww G N , , it ,5 I .1 Q- JL . .A -Aww QQ . K ' ' V4 44ffZ:1,MY. 'W' ""'U-F-e r A - ., glaifP,.h , Eg 1 r X , i l I ll il 1 ll LOUISE A. WILSON CHARLOTTE KRETSCH g ' English English il' University of 0k1ah0Il18, A. B. 'University of Kansas, A. B. ill is ui. MR l f . I .V lr' il I . I i l ,i win!! xl i 1 'fl lv 1 I W , F r "jf l MRS. EDNA CHAPPELEAR JESSIE DOUGLAS li !! .I , English English 1 ,2 , jx Oklahoma College for Women, A. B. Washburn College, A. B. .A ,411 ,V G ll 5 .5 , Q ' ' N V . - 1 A. , :- . L . --f2.x ' 'WW ' Q"l,,,, 3' NF '--' Ninetaen -J 51.-Eg F431 R -. i 3:1 ff 7. Alf., A7 R ' 4 ' . 1 ,E ?. ,..e-" f TYR- v E 14: - - 'I A .. W " -. -... 1..1. 5Q 15 Q6 ' l. I l . -. "' i ,A ' . , 1 5' .P 2 C 2 - 'Z A N E1 ' 'l ,, 'L A ,,. ' 'I . fi if' '1- ..." 3 , 'QE -f if, -. -5 -'-:-1-gk? ., 1 . I "' .,,. -v f , - -7. 1. Midi- ':- . W f - ' 'Jw if Z' I 1 , I 4 lx ' l f l if l. l l " X 1' l l Nl l Ll I I l I i l l 1 ll ai all l l l il V 4 i, ii Tl 'P 'J lull i ll, ix MARY HELEN STEWART INA MARGARET HEATON 'l i z English English ,HK Oklahoma College for Women, A. B. Phillips University, A. B. 'Vx fl f, llx ll l" , . lil ' f li l vii, ' iii iilliiin li' will ,",' " ' 'N Il .l I I ' I J :H I, , j ll ' l ll ,' li ii i l x ' l ' l il in ' Milli li !" 1 Ill 9 will lllbni 'flu i, ' fflfil' . iii if if !!'i'.ii -Y V lui. :if J' 'N N MARY MUSETTE CLOUSE MILDRED WINONA EVANS - A English English l'.,f.-, l Allegheny College, A. B. Phillips University, A. B. 4,1 , 2.1! 0' I L , L' f I , ll I 1.5! Q A l 'Q G' I Q 1 I c"'l." s . - ---2.3: , 14, 1 " N TVVGTNS' I Lgfxl-xL,.X x ' 1 V XvM', 'A -.Y ' "11f-S-'-f- A . - --L -' '- . ' , "" 'ffj--d M- .-LL4-Qjj4',fiT'-:,i -T - ,-5 Y " ' .,,.-5.--AL A" A - ' " -'lm Wea- - -1555 f-'-E" " .- ,zggplflt W A. L-,,--47. . Liar. 1- . , L Y H '-VL-. " ' 4' .Au -.LL-' ' ""l""" Il. ' " ,bin "H 5- A -v A ,-ijffi .mmasfffnslghi MAE- M,,f',EL!w ara- A- L Em ,WAHM 'Q A . A 'Q l l l lr f '1 i I X l I G X ,' In LENA B. HANSEN BERNIOE GORDON xii 'l' Mathematics Mathematics X i University of Michigan, A. B. University of Oklahoma, A. B. ll' Q 1 ,I ll! r l l' si' fl 41 iv? . Zu 1,4 .L l I I l KUX M I 'llx ll If il I' Y .M MAX v N ' l Q A NANCY ELIZABETH LOVE HELEN LOUISE CARTER it K+ 1 " A Mathematics Mathematics Il :fha Park College, Missouri, A. B. University of Missouri, A. B. IF' , in 7 I ' ' A i dl JI l -K y -F ' f' n n H". 'u 22 -.-si 'uw 1 "v ' "' I A ' Twenty-One l J. -- ' X 'V - f : - Q J .1 - -2-- QP' -S '17 -- AR. :QV-g 1-EIT frfcia nik-, -L Mi .fp V h 'av if - ' 1115-?7'3?q,1w, ':,.ff:i ,M 'f K 1 x 1' l if 1 X. il l il li l f l' I i ly l J ' l I+' 3 l l l W , N ,, ,U 11 . .L . Qffsf df f '. ,..:-:Q may 0 HI I in f l w l P I., 4 i 1 l,. 1 1 f ,ln ' ,l J MRS. HELEN MILLER GRACE M. SMITH A ' Mathematics Mathematics ' 'f Oklahoma Agricultural and University of Chicago, B. S. W , I Mechanical College, B. S. A ,g ii -M5 N 1 5 u A li k' HM 'el W J Hi' M L xlrflf V q A r " g U if X J, ilmxlx xi! Nix A W v My . .n ' ,',' ' , up 'A I l ,X lp V X ' . HELEN HAYES PEFFER BESS B. BRADLEY Nl X ' Journalism MUSIC K figs -1 I University of Kansas, A. B. Central C01lege, B- S- i xj- 'yr Q ll f , t . , l o,: 'WSW H ----2-Ee: L- .JL EW 471 1' WTW enty-TWU D I iYBfX 1k'AvX"- Y V ,il,-i"":iAi1 :I '4 G51 .inf - ' " 4-' . l QT D. A.. ,Q ii: ,-,D Raef: .ilT2 T-, X-1 QM- -. Y ' . A I ' .-- ...,n1,.. - '-2 t vyr' .JL 'X -V iq '-igjp, I f,MLILjQ,,,,3p,5f?'f'4:!f "4,,4,':,M -yf"L33'fE1,d".i,1gL 4434 , fi-gf: my V .. -L I T n ll I 1 1-' '1 '1 I 1 3 I1 1 1 1 11x 1 i . l X. 1, 1 h , I ffl' CARRIE BARNETT ANfI?IlEt DEBO 11 History IS OTY 2 'JN University of Missouri, A. B., B. S. University of Oklahoma, A. B. 11' . IQI1 kill il l 'll 1 N1 I V1 Y 12' l li, 1' 1' fl! , 1 X. 1 X :A l, 1 4 1 1' l WE' 'I .fl 1111 111 f 4 Yi V1 li Mix 11x 1 1k X , 1 J '1'1'11' 1,1 1- 1' 1X gl 1 111j!l1llF lxxwhxy' My 'lllfix DORA EDDIE BUFORD MAR'rIIi1AtDAvEs ,l n 1' . g A History is ory 1' Q, 1' "1 University of Oklahoma, A. B. Oklahoma Baptist University, A. B. 'ti' IN., uc!! I X I I1 '11 T131 V 5 ' "'3,v' i 4 bis' , ww-A'. .' 321-- , - 2 ...B-gig vrsnmw v 'SUM - . 1' "-'N-f " ' ,-A Twenty-Thiee ' 1 'X' . V: ET 3 :iff .gh -L fs J R1 J 'cf - -1 '- -- , ,, . -- -- s 7 A, :--- h 4 - -: rg, 2"1.f"7fA'1 - , ip " - - ' -fi - 1: , . ig N Aa,.lt.: in if--1'1 'I' l. ,M B B , . . ml A- . l ' l l 1 ..- I y- 1- N Q 2- M " 1, A SSS.. V ,s e.. 1 1 1' 1 0 5' ' xrilhkz ,-1 fa 4 'K , HA l1',iA'A1 A fl 1 l l l A l l l J.. X Q6 I 11 v ll 'l ll l f GERTRUDE ARMANTROUT RUTH G. POWERS ll I' ' History History ll Phillips University, A. B. Fairmount College, A. B. X l ll ll v l l y R l pl fl fl 'l ll l, l 9 l Xl ll . 'll lllllj llwldl tl , l H I l R. H ' lx MARY BARNETT LOTTIE o. TAYLOR .lll , ll ll History Normal Training 'q,f'.I. i ,QM University of Missouri, A. B., B. S. Univrsity of Oklahoma, A. B. in N' 1, K, K , JJ N 2 V' 'Ig q n ., ' Q ' , ' 1 ,z L-L93 , I A , . .- 'lpfgwfh , 22 ,...1-...ls , ...alawr-'L 573 4, B-,L -"' N' ,- ,,, 4 Twenty-Four 4 1 ,. '1 . I R 1 ef- k N. xfxl.JFXxXT? Q- - - - ff f-A 3 5-35 -17 , , QLE li.--or '-fT- -,J-' fgo ,gg in '7 4 fi.,.,,' JA , HN' R 4 FEE" MK., ,Q --5' " lf--' .-. L-M. F- .www ,Ev 4f..,1.4W'.'4-'1' "?g"g.f,Q1p-116 Auf 1i1'fHf1',1g1.,,.f"'1-"5ll5'f:?f' - - - 1-if . 1 I 1 .fl l 'lil l A " ,l '. fl lx r I l X1 1 'I , , ,X I LAURA M. GRAVES MRS. VIOLA EURDETTE LeROY XM, , Latin atirl 'l University of Iowa, Ph. B. Southwestern College, A. B. . N 1 A Q1 lf! .1 JI ,env l'f'f wl ' 1 1 l 11 , 1 l X 1 1 - A I 'lf uflfxm . 'vw E' BERNICE PAXNE French Frlends UHlV6rSlty A '-1-1 ---... 1 11 1 1 M! 1 'Af 11 ll 1 - A 1' 111,51 'N 11' .Q 1' 1 1 'Y' V- ,- 1X WILLA BUTTORFF 1 French - Oklahoma College for Women, A. B. . ' 'MHQQ -5 ,zzm v V A Twenty-lFive lm' l 'gil in" , 1:-3 1 ,gg- 74 - :.. :li I"-, - v 1.-Afnsis ilvgfi 'itil 1 vs--f ee E f ff- TTXQ ee- J , X - i u- f 2-: 'A ' I 1 iff? -'-83 ,fr if ' T- C1'ia'-f1?"?E "'f.? 6'-ff 1. ., if-"'lL"' 1g ei I :A . 1' - ., M' -.. --. -7i5l"if7i.Q'2i57'-lg... p 1" ' 'I i I .1 I I I X v! in M . qi n 1 N , fi v 4 I 1,1 'XM ' ALICE HAMILTON EDNA ARRINGTON ALLEN ii 1 Mathematics and Spanish Spanish ik A Southwestern, A. B. University of Arkansas, A. B. , ix 'Vim ll I A H' 1 A, M of i ii ai ' ia I My i iii, r 'I I 51? ' 'x :gf W v MM V 'f N , ELIZABETH HAMILTON CLARENCE A. JENNER '- K ' I French Physics and General Science 'Syl' , ' f' 1 University of Oklahoma, A. B. Simpson College, A. B. ' X I, V, Y" v if ni ,gf -N ' I f M01 4 ' 9 " Q," 9 A 2 il. ,K-Wi: Wpgg - Q -4 2 -.QW ""v,, 'i ' 1 AI' " '- Twenty-Six Y ,X N ,..7,Y,., ,q A Vs -fx, ss so X ' ki- lfT'i""' "W - - '- " -f-A -LV --- ,"'0'V - 1, T' ,' 4"f,, 'H Jn, -,A Wfxjf--3-ilfj7m 'ff'-i.i43-Ti- HY, .iff - Qi' , , -fig -' .,,, ,,-,,-,L,.f - jx' - s-.. Y ..Y,,:Y L 41---W f jj . , A, V , , V ' 1. r so - ffxk- . ., s W- Q 1 ' sm '- as L+ so M ww ,m.i'?':.lg! "' YL? U, M"4""x J, ,Q "-gr' ,S . . Q x ,Q .uw 444411 1 1 Nga.-:Zyl , 4.41, M Q - , -.:. XV .lg I I, s-' 'u ra NN 'W W , I fy, I I ll K W! W fm HENRY GUSTAV BORCHARDT AMELIA NOLAN H f Chemistry and Agriculture .Botany .and .Zoology R L 1 Harvard, A. B. Phllhps Umverslty, A. B. W I mx W s , V, . W! W! my mi gi ' N 'N V 1 3 V , ,W ix! X X Z i, IT NX K 1' twig J: X VA! , I ,r ,lllf I IDA E. GRAHAM ALICE NEIMAN M , . Domestic cience W ' 5 JA Physlcal Geography Kansas State Agricultural d ui ' University of Missouri, B. S. College, B. S. 'ivitj Q- o ff' ' ,M ,V f pr ,ff X 1 ' nf.: 3 I x 0 ' 1 xp , A - -' L? Mifff e , -4 ""-2352 iyuxgl, 5 wlw E, f ' ""' 5. ' Twenty-Seven , x gi V9 tw ,JJ W 'l LM' Q ll III XX x A " 1 -!xtA Y F 1 4 5. l , ' sd -- W -:Q-2 .4 ""!jA-A " gVQ .. - S W, 11 c , Q' L3 gi, ,. L' E+.:-far" RQ Q S Q .C ,gl . , ,nz 3 -5.14. . . 5 ,, Z. E -.5 i A X l 51- I w ig ,V .4 -. 4 -.. L..'?:f f'nH'Q.g ""'.s.. ' Miz ,,-, ' - 5 ' , '.- 'lzg---5'-4 N on - ' 'F al Q4 fn r'g 1 'Z wif 1 ' I l i l ' rf ' 'nf X ' 1 ' 1 1' 'Q Q II V l ll If YF ll I. W A ALICE CARLSON M. LOUISE ZILLER i Domestic Science Domestic Art ' Oklahoma Agricultural and Kansas State Agricultural 'ill l Mechanical College, B. S. College, B. S. 'lt l lu! lx Ji li V I ll ll ! ml!! I .f 1' lr X U s V l 4 f ll l 1 1' A' ' al li ll fllll -u lil X AK' llxll I 'V V ll X 4' V' 1 ' 1 1',,' ' 1 II Vik!! QR AQ 1,6lij7l"l . . ' ' Q' Xi xg . MRS. MAYBELL NOYES LEON J. DEMING ,GMX X Home Economics . . X 'I 5 l Kansas State Agricultural Manual Trammg ' , N 'J , ll College, B. S. Phillips University, A. B. - .:.. Q ' 1 I- -r-nan, 1 22 ' Twen ly -Eigh t JT.: ,x ll' ,ni ' , 1 " 'I ', A lx MW rw. -lgg X' .ul -' ' - . ' e- -- me e " -4 .-, . ,QM .v .ua -Mp -.'. .. X V, V - 54 ,L , X AILAW ,,,,. l I J' 23- I V. ,- - ,MIM i 4 . . I - M M 4, 512452 Maw gqyw- e K x ll l ' P ll M I C3 I effnm ef- f A e-- e eg' e - of 1 U M -::???Tf f , e 7 41 we '5' " 'J' 'A F35 4 ,, jg -ul 1 5 A U. ji I I X 1 l l I. l w x l 1 A 1 l 'x GEORGE WALTER DERRICK , Manual Training ll, y -w N i sl or T If ml no jg ,wif , ll- IPM ffl fx 1' ' Lv N l l lil' W ,Q f all 1 x lx Q X QW 11 mxwlulx 1 Q 5 'QM' , ' 'nf' ,'N' f V A 9 , H. T. FINNEY ,',, Vocational ' H , 1 It , International Correspondence IL-,I 45,5 nl . School, M. E. 1 my ' pw f M' 11,4 A N5 4 "ska: I: 4' I W x '4 A xt ? 53:9 4 V A W- .:,, I 4--?9.2: , ,.fe Twenty-Nine 'rhirfy 1 , - ?T' ,J ...-,-.. Gllaunw ,227 ' ' n ' 1 :,r . ,.,.i - -X ,V --.I .N + , Q 1 ,- I ' x-'- -1 . .LN ..,, I 1 .b en 'Q wif, ' K ' ' , . 1' 1!'Ef?Fr"1'.-. ,., -' -ugu . "- A '- , A-. 1. , -152 1-' J ' 'ff ,gl , . ' , " '5-'I v I ' .WA ,fUv5qfe,-3:79151 ',, ff' -: '- L "1 I- 1. ' ' ' '- ,-" ' '.'.'.,f"-' ,J ,. .. ,:,n- , - , 1--2 :yu ,,. 5 Y , 'wh' , 1 'I ,- - 4k I ' .- 4.1112 -FL: - ..-x ,-3 k A .: ,175 , V ,,,. , X' ' va. ' .fn -'7".li-. , f 4 b . A A,J-- ,, ,ST -' R"-' -ca, ' ' ff? , 'l--T - T C ' f ,, , 11-11 . ,, M - l... , ,,-,--4,5 ,-gpm, ' . Lg, . , , I., - '-l' - -1-.4-4,-., . -f "+qj,r1,"'.1gf.v.- 'MF ' W ,zsfl-,"1 ,- if' .gigs -.en-54, H Y F L - Ll-,V :pil M5 M 21, - . fly.- '. 14-A JAMA vc I Q .H mf 4 Z ?iT,. E. -7 L J' L wg' N br . fp, ij-,fi "L -- ...-?........g.. ' 1. "' ' ff- 1 .Q Q- HA- LQWQL i h I " LQQ-ia-, J 1 . f'N. X , , fi W -, ,JA - J H7 ' fffl H 2,-ff' : if :T 945' 'T fg. '....i' gg --- - f-5 1 - J Q ff --ff- A f fi 'ww ,s--5..,,.,,g-- . . 3, rc - T--, Y 'D' uw FDA M' '-: c " "'h'EpE. 1 fy ' f, J' 'CAT' WP. 'gi' win, M ,,,,f,, , ,W igeftfjai ,wi Mfwf - -'Y-NY 3,3 gf-w3MfMf' .sin 1 i V I f X W 4 ' z ff fi ll' M X93 I 5 IMI! A 1 we ' X. ,vp I 'Q' ' 'I "I Xu x3Y 1 x" f' X31 fa 3 4: WL ff H EWS fj S N- ' Ng M5 X , I. 1' ,A 1 X N9 4x f 51 K M Z if 7 gm X If, L 9 5, x I N f, T V Y A N QR If 'J S w 1 i M , J My ,. i. lx W L . A W U .XX fx, '-IN ' ,,p X M ff ff Viv' my X' W1 V. T X . '- gm je- , '-if m :Shift I I-f-2,3 Thirty-One , , i ..I -2'-ff x-QF. Y - - -1: h 'l l I 'Q , -'ig -'TS' - E n 4 ,- JE E' if' A, Q ,I ww f g 1:1 E . V 3?if:Li-3lmmmgQ3ff,5'E?QF2' WDQQ E?,UM it -c,vNm,J?Mhwmwa5mWwN:,'i!mlFE1m JW7fmW? U K r' . 3 li f f l if .I X I bk ' If . O' l f I If I It ,ll F I H 4 Q " MJ l X .4 T W I .. I or I Eli Il IM H Q tx SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS rw ' ill' H' OTTIS BULLOCK JOHN EVERITT ELIZABETH CANSLER tiff l. 'ini' Vice-President President Secretary l ',', J I A ',' I 1 X if Jw A I SENIOR CLASS HISTORY I 'V J I l. ff l The senior class is proud of the record that it leaves, but its members are 4, wi f ,R more justly proud of having gone to Enid High. When they entered in 1918, and WV , ll found out what was expected of them, they took as their motto, "Pluck Makes Luck" N V, I and tried to live up to it. E. H. S. is proud of such a class on account of their many 'DX , achievements, pep, and untiring spirit Shown at all times. I I M The senior class has had troubles to overcome, but with strong and eiiicient of- Sh! K MMI! ficers and cooperating members, it has bravely faced them. X N, ' : KW ' , ,I W' As commencement is not the end, but really the beginning, the seniors are look- i Ns' ,7 ing into the future with great hopes and aspirations, and will carry with them the U Ext Z' memories of E. H. S. I f X' it f A. 1 N , 6 f , 'g. I kyle W Xxx xl A .kin tix . . N 'S' ,I Q Q nf BWI, 1 ' I x . wfiifwf .Q - J--2.3 .far-'+. ' Y Quad I -- 2 Thirty-Two RQ , 1,6 if i . ,A ' 0' il rlqvm. l 1 -- 411 1' M' I 1" FX e e- ef,e-..,,f-e- -1 it " -'H-Y YK ,v ' .uf -hp 'W' JL fl'j., ,.. g t L, I -..-SQ,-. i 41449 M wr v,4"'g - i' is 4 EDNA HARRIS X Y. W. C. A. 4. , Nothing is so good that it cannot Qi be made better-at least she tried to follow that policy. JOHN PARNELL Football 2, 4g Basketball 3, 4g Base- ball 3, 4g Forum 2, 3, 4g Quill l 1 'l Weekly 4. I Red is at home on the athletic field, takes things as they come ll and makes the most of them. 1, ,W LOLA DAUGHERTY X hh' Katahdin 2, 3, 43 Y. W. c. A. 2, ix 3, 4. in ' One could consider her friendship all ii! a privilege. V . it x ll il A ' ll ' -I WH GLADYS THOMAS I li l' Y. W. c. A. 4g Quill Weekly 4. 3 l, Q-l I laugh when 1 think best-for till M what is life without o little foo. I . A 4 DORA PRovos'r ,ill Z 'ii I Katahdin 4. ii' A girl with her disposition is rare f 'g, l and she always finds something lf " to be happy over. N Ml' l it 1 Wfiif, f ll ,Q PARK LAMERTON , i Hi 'I Football 3, 45 Intersociety Foot- l Nl. ball 3, 4g Class Football 3: Hi-Y All WL' Q 43 Websterian 2,3, 45 Quill Annual ,l A' 4- l ltr. 1 Rather deep thinking, o little hard j, lx i to please yet almost always satis- l ' I Vg ' Q fied. , Z 1 .4 V .. W wi 19: .o- ., , I l ' Q ll. -foo we 22 A-.see ....3tw l't . l lig, i i ,lf ,nli I .gf 2 X: 5441- 9 Thirty-Thi-ee , V VW 5 Y i Y V i - -Q v Q T A ' . J '-- -- Tv:-. il ff f -2 X L W3 " ,, af , E ff 1 xii, --1-T : 5 "- ' "-E. P- if' 1 45 A -1 it -f,.,.i 5--A : -" . f ,F --as - W, 4, 1 X32 gag '1 -.1 Li , ea., Q. vw, f L ee- .gs ' '- -15" -. , -fy 1 ,232 X x?I3' "v1Yl iL"'L1 .f'- - 4 ?f"':.:. - - ' UE 13' . 1-242. A .- .- fe - , -- ff , iw - , 5- fl' mieffefig. l 1 I l . 'X N X' VELMA BURNS ' l Y. W. C. A. 3. 1 . Lessons are the least of her wor- -5 ' ries yet sometimes she studies. I i 1 . ' DALE ARBUCKLE . Football 2, Captain 3, 4 5 Basketball 'A 2g Captain 3, 4g Baseball 2, 3, 4g ,ll Track 2, 3, 45 Intersociety Foot- ball, Basketball and Baseball 2, 3 49 Pres. Athletic Association 4 Booster Club 3, 43 Class Vice Pres. 35 Forum 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y Treas. 3, 4 Quill' Weekly 4. l fl If I AI I xx lx A , I 9 1 . I 1 ,r I He is faithful as a student, loyal as a classmate and dependable in every phase of activity. ,lp 1 GWENDOLYN BooNE , Erodelphian 2, 3, 4. There is something about her that N "H is pleasingg her friendship is last- fl.vi,', M ing. 'it NN ,r X' X 'li " 1 i 1 .l , A AGNES BEVER al! Nl M Katahdin 3, 4. 5, i "5 Some think that she is serious, .. 1 ' she may be, but fun is mingled in 'i ' at the right time. 17 N lj if 1" .v lv . V ik, l A 2 J' I1 1 LORNA CROCKETT 'wi X , 1 , Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. IW Q it A girl that shares her friendship W' H and has many friends in return. lv y., 'Nix 1 ' ffm, Al w 1' N, ,ff tv gn ARNET SPEER :tw I' Websterian 4. ff i K" 3 Some of the most progressive ideas "N qlkl' are accomplished by thought, not , v , all , size. 'JMX l YN Y I . W X V, 1 :I I K deal fx' 'v ' 1 Y .ff lj, ' 1 S!! ' , ,I ' A K .1 P 'N , - 2 f--si fu, Tv " Thirty-Four o I -- X - ri , -ix o ,ol A . C3 , . . '-X W.. Q Y Y- ' U7 'fdiiv' F A '.l"1g5q4fQQ F 73' L-'gl ' .' A ' W Y Y " JG, I 5' ,, 0 .uc -ap- "ww" JL 314 A A- 2 -..-Ska Ly-gg, v144,n?4 M swf Au,-N 2 f 'H - -- ,, ,, l f' i hr . I I I I I I IIQ III' Q I III III I .II xi II, R "V '-" I 'IN 3 IYMVII. . i I .X Q II FAE FRANKLIN Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. Some say she is reserved but you'll find that kind is more preferable. CHARLES BLACKBURN He may not be doing great things now but some day he will. RUTH CRIPPS Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. A loyal and never failing student as well as a friend. RUTH HINKSON Katahdin 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3. She is well liked for her sincerity. RUTH GARNETT Erodelphian 2, 3, 43 Operetta 1, 2 3, 43 Quill Weekly 33 Y. W. C. A. 3. . A booster for all that's good and you couldn't find a better sport. PAUL WRIGHT Senate 2, 3, 4g Intersociety Debate 43 Intersociety Football 43 Hi- 4. A student who is conservative when it comes to being aristo- cratic. . II .I It .xr I x II if ' nm Q, ,I K - 991 2 . 1 i-X U.-'-5. I 31 A .MII III QI 2 2 'II fi I uslnll aeiwflfa-I 22 ---32,-.ge .-...!., 5Nl9' I I I I I U I I I I I I I V. If III In 'III XA I ' " .','.-r . ,XI f 'N I Thirty-Five 0 , I I . Y I I x IAI fi- Nr ! -5, J Y ' ' 5. I I: if ,ji :I ., qv - I - fn. I- .FI 2 . IL -Ia :L I, , I II 1 1 ' IMI . 2-:iff ef I I5 sf : .- . II . N ief II. ' 12 ff 'X ' Will: '-'f'51i5"3.:vl '- "1 .-- " ' 1.3127 WE i fi-"' 'B fffjlh .. ,- ' - P ----. Bw 1 "" I ulwijgiif- 4 , II lx - I 'A ERMA DOWLEY ,!' l Booster Club 45 Interscholastic De- V l. bate 45 Dramatic 3, Vice Pres. 45 f I Quill Annual 4g Quill Weekly 35 fl , Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4. tl N, Industrious in her work, jolly X otherwise, what better could you , j' ask? il ' '. ! l I. nl BROWN HANNA ' Senate 2, 3, 45 Orchestra 4. I 3 How lucky some people are to l I have a talent and he has. several. QI .ll l' . I . Ii II ' i l--A I ELEANOR SPALDING I I If Basketball 4. il By diligence she wins her way. Ll . ,I wi. ill lil I 1 KATIE LIGHT V' MI, Dramatic 1, Vice Pres. 2, Sec. 3, fy 4g operem 3, 4. Y. W. C. A. 2. IM ,gI Talkative? Just a little, but then H' fl every one can't do that. I- li LEONA CHABINO , ,. I Operetta 3, 4. 1 I ill 'I Leona's beauty is not only skin If ,ll . it f' deep. ' 'l yy i IIA X XIII I V 4 'l Y' ffl' wg x. l 'I ROSS MCGEE will ,JI fl Il, IIl Hi-Y 45 Senate 3, 4. ,Iqz , i J The best is all that can be ex- 5 A X pected of anyone but he intends to If ' If ix ' , do even better. I' ,l i u . I l 'I fha M y ' 41,123 44" fl' 7 an f , ,f M1 fl' , I. l o , kr. I PF 1-.gg ' L 22 Msg .teaifffe 1, 1 . Thirty-Six J 'v-X !f "T1""""::1t1-Af: ' - A ,:... .-..- J . I n..X X 1 -- I , ' - rf 1-----'W -r -- emi- ' 'H' f- fi xvlf, If -..-47' . K, V Y- Qu lf NMLA " 1 N . -,' ug, ' ---K-- 44, '5 . 4 "' J' "" -'WN tiki' ' 3?2Q"'5' v444fn14-iii'-WAI: .QE34 Mxjle - ffl Y -- "V . fc-'.'eL' ni: l i ELIZABETH CANSLER Booster Club 4g Class Sec. 4g Erodelphian 3, Pres. 43 Quill An- nual 4. . The kind of girl who is hard to find, i sensible, popular and goodlooking. ' v1cToR VACIN Track 3, 43 Websterian 3, 43 Op- eretta 3, 43 Quill Annual 4. ' He learned twice as much as the rest of us in three fourths the time. . ' GLADYS HATCHER . With her modest ways and her quiet demeanor she is a lesson in X ,i propriety. 'l l. ll If ff l , l l . li I. QL iw X ll 1 , FLORENCE JOHNSON All M Y. W. C. A. 2. i Ml From my experience the world is ' I, rf ir bright. W ' fl WW I I. gf l A s . l EVELYN RoBER'rs 1 ,. Erodelphian 2, 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. ' I 2, 3, 4g Ciceronian Club 4. ' ,N Q 'f A girl with individuality a little i pf l' J different from the rest. My A . y x X l X. . lm 'lm v A A I ,l W LYNN KELLER 1' ll Websterian 2, 3, 45 Quill Weekly WL, Q 4. 4 v'l 'N 1 This boy was one half year ahead .xixj of his time-and class. 'ff X yl l 'fm A1 W - , . l' n Q . l If 21, "l l 3 "1 L'-,Ja ', X 4 i i f ' IH' It ' Qfrf th . . r l il , 0 " V .I kt, 9 5 iii." flflfgifg a 22 6.53,-5 T ,,i5n IIi'll5 'VIJAQ 3 "" . 1-5 Thirty-Seven C3 l fl .V "I l l ll I3 I L r 'W - iii 3. . ' , v-..,1, it 55 p 4 .. . ,,f:5.5'-., MILDRED THURMAN f Erodelphian 4 Y. W. C. A. 3 4. Simply diligent but always prov- 1' ing herself worthy. TOM McGEE Senate 2 3 4' Hi-Y 4. His time and trouble cannot bothered with the fair sex. d x J Q - 'za igfl.. E 'Q 11 N Q 527 ,,. '-4 Y ' Q-A -r f f 'Z' JL l 5, V gr: 1 -pg?--2. jg ui is -Y-q N- r .L f- 3 :5,- f Nm - 1 , ': I, .4 1... v E-3,-.' " ' 4 v,--L 1-, V SEI 543 1' f -1 --uf'-P i- 'I I 1 In-ffl' 1 ,fa 'ln hw: 'Y-1 4 ll - x a 4' ' '- H l 1 l 'I l Ki ' f x n X Q v xl' W 11 I' tl l fl! l w N l I l 1 ,l l ! y x 9 1 1 be " l H I 144' ' E341 if A I If I LEA IDA HOLLINGSWORTH 'X Orchestra 45 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4g 'li , Katahdin 4. , if She prefers a peace of mind and fha" , vindications to her own opinions. ll fx ll . Q 1, ., X A MARGARET KRUSE ji, lb, Erodelphian 43 Y. W. C. A. 3, 4g Ill? 'li Ciceronian Club 4. RQ, ' An enthusiastic girl who takes an . interest in all school activities. . ' l 1 ,7 , ll' ll GRACE Gnoss ft' 2' 4 Yi Y. W. c. A. 3, 4. Nj Il Sunny thoughts and laughter light fill lil the windows of her soul. :tx 'S x 4, I 'il MARVIN STEPHENS yn l ' Senate 2, 3, 43 Class Basketball 1, I v' l Ii 2' j"'fi'f ' n Stern and honest in his ways and ' "'-' M Q ' determined in his undertakings. ' 3 ., x -' A A ask 1 3 A K' lj V. 2 I I Q1 ' , :. f A' ' F11 ' .4 AI A l A 22 Qftgifilrt 21-T, wp I V """'3-5,21 - -a:-.a F- . "i'hGty-Eight H- ...--4-F" 1- ' 4' ' ,-JK mf ...A 'V , -N -" 2 A ,' 7 ,, K' "'-' " , 'A V C' M' fr-144144 'W Y 321-5515-REL? 4.4! FTIQL M V M 5 64.2.45- LFTA REYNOLDS . W. C. . . Feeling that life is really in- tended for something she works toward that goal. EARL ANDERSON Websterian 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Bas- ketball 3g Class Football 2. A kind of a carefree chap satis- i gl Z. I ' L- if - ".'?f..Tf,'j ?::-5635-'l'l'fl'l?Q ,' 1 , WA 1f:'.Qi E -.-?'f::R':A Y W 4.4, Y' '31, '-e ,W JL, .-' wr ,-Q-'jay ,I I f l . I if ' A 3 -'t 4. I l l ll' . ll 1 l I . is llvl i xl .N fl Ill "n -n .. . 'N vl ,. . .ly l'iij , ,zllf .X A l l illlz P . ' '4 ls ff 41 KI l' . - Af. , i 'Jw 1 fied with life. ELIZABETH JOHNSON Y. W. C. A. 3. Modesty is an art that is bestowed upon her. AGNES HUEPPELSHEUSER With an aim in view most anyone can make a success of life. BERNITA SHIELDS Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. A girl with the idea that fun makes friendsg take her for an example. ABE VOTH Football 2, 3, 45 Captain-elect 3g Interscholastic Debate 2, Booster Club 4g Forum 2, 3, 4, Quill Weekly 4. A good hearted fellow who fights hard at any thing he tackles. ...., l i Pl .ll l 'r 1 . .xi VW 1. W ,' fy' , N I ' ,! fi X I if li. . xl , l . if.. ll MI W .....s- ,,.:'erfNW T irty F e I' I 'QW lil I fy, I Q V 'dig ' " ' !55 43' is-In ff".-1 S.. 'N 'Q ' ' 4- -sf'-i -' . - '.,,...f-1:1 hm fi V: .. ,I -"Tzu '5 -L ,f 4-,., lc. V fs- - I -,- v V ,I -.ir-. ..- 5 -r YL- .S ,J , --1,4 4 C113 .r ,5"E.:v1 fi -, ,fx , ,I 1-,"""g Y l l Y, Ee 1 H -11254: 'nfni'-ba JWKF1 -V:-fr U ., ' .':,- - ' ' , - A - . ikgfhfgr lv BEULAH BRITTON Practical sense and intelligence will bring her success. OTTIS BULLOCK Booster Club 45 Interscholastic De- bate 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 Forum 2, 3, Pres. 45 Intersociety Debate 3, 45 Quill Vice Press Association 4. Don't think there ever was a more Annual 45 Quill Weekly 35 Pres. Okla. Interscholastic w l I! ,I il ,l r M x - K " ' - N' f . -43 Q-Ef- 1 A L, 7 iii- XF 'S'-fi' W, V E? fi 'ff g - ' ' - V - 'sit' I' 4 Q' ' --A - , . f ,, .fe-um A - 531 x. .' 4 X ll n I x ,I ' f x. Y, 1' business-like fellow. He is relia- '5 ble and Eromptg the kind it takes ,X to run t ings. " I I 1' ", l n DAISY GODDARD Y. W. c. A. 3. W We hold port folios sacred, but her smile will be remembered without V N a reminder. , lm N, I , l ,. x W I 4 MABELLE CARLSON Ml, , H A never failing student, one' with ,M Nj, alrnbitioi a little more thoughtful MH 1 t an ot ers. ' Y- I , , ' g , ,Q MAUDE WRIGHT L 5 gatahdin 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 45 Y. :JU X , ,l . . . , 3, 4. V l-Ier talent is a future success, N Judging from her present ability. A ix ix ' 'J A I J l X, ', I RAYMOND SURAN l ,' Senate 2, 3, 4. ', W Sauntering along, some day he will 4 " N' A 5, , find the luck of a wise man. 3-ll ,V , X ' ' ,Q 4 we' W K lla' .-Lf, .V ' :if NK. U, , 1,12 W y, V , ' j ' W 'A lf' aff A, 5 -, ' ., 'sw' 4 . al' LMP, ' 'PP-fU , ,L - """"-'gig - -it ' ' . 2, 3 ' "" K "' Forty gig! -'X ' -fxme X-A -iq- gg . M- A . . ' F- " 41- T' "' - ' L - , bv -1,4 5Jl E?"5. -14444111 Ulf .. .A g-I ' DOROTHY HARDER Katahdin 2 Q 4' Basketball 3 4 - Y. W. C. A. 3. l Discriminating in her ideals and thoughtful about everything. l LESLIE COOPER ' When in the course of events it be- comes necessary to bluff, let us bluff. N, Q x 1 fs X X C3 ' ff A-N.-fl.-1'-ef W. -. Q- L., , .- " 5, 1i""' "T'iflgYLY1FY-xL9"iY s ' j d .1 :fir-WT . . .f T. Tutu' .1 JLJU U1-Kai. J HY 'PB A ay ,S ,.. LL Lax L.. W my lf f I ' 4 ll s '-y 1 9 I it i u 'n l 'i l . ' ELSIE SQUIRE Y. W. C. A. 2, 3. " Her ways are a little intangible ig but pleasing. .lx 4 IN Qi' HP' FAYE BRANHAM i ini One who is most consistent in W the serious side of life. X. i S OLIVE BOND L, Y. W. C. A. 2, 4. '1 Her words are abrupt with forceful 1. ,N meaning. . ff. f bw vl 1 3 N CHARLES FORD Hi-Y 4, Forum 2 3, 4. ' Shy of girls. Willing in any kind -Jin' of work, he has all Enid High .X if . School for his friends. .l X 'x ' l ff YQ ' fl. if." 1 'H fn ' ' Wflvlfo ' e , 71,02 H . xi? ll if il jr ll. ffl ff dl X , - 1 iq ! up iv I . , Will' 1 MW ", lr f' MH fl. fig-.4 i i fill ' 1 ""'E?'.g -Smal .Sn Forty-One X- . me I H ,xn 0 - ... -J -... mar?" - J I .Q i .Sava I-2 in ' -, -V Y-f D 55.1 MABEL SMITH ' bhe never had to rack her brain u 'for something to say' it was just there. HENRY TOEWS . So quiet we hardly realize he could be so intelligent. If , wif? 1: , is ,Q J 'V - ,. f, "5 .222 . 2 if . T, 41-, x 5:1 . .i vi P ' 1 'z?--qjgff- W li-TI I . ,C lu, ,A in Ah11::Lw,-1 mu A fs: Ji 1 m,J:'g' ll i 'x fx lg l I I' if x W ' li l , . I .l f l I I 6,1 H l y ii If A l x V ,Q ll M : XM' l j MAMYE DILLON Y. W. 0. A. 3. 'xl N' Unassuming with a pleasant per- X Ig! sonallty. , R1 11 ni, VERONA ALLOWAY fl ,CTI Katahdin 3, Sec. 4. JI!! Novelties seem to please her but My serious study is her pride. i JJ .,g MAUDE CAPPS p e". 1 Basketball 1, 2g Y. W. C. A. 2, 3. 'W ,qi l The better acquainted you become Ili . X with her, the better you like her. ig . N f . ,I J if W 1 N ' 3 'iff up HENRY MCCORD 5. ,iff K' Ji senate 3, 4g Hi-Y 45 Track 29 op- 'E .1 eretta 2, 3, 4. f" 'I . Experience has shown that he is If NX' I' "3 i capable. klf w 4 " ' .' gggf g, ' M g, nh . A More ' .' ' f u I , his r ig .KSXLV , 22 gs, Y , , ,,L I , - in-f I.. ' ' . .f- Forty-Two . VQTIXEX ,, V., . -PM O- 4- rr:--L .fY'f?fiiiiQl3:m A . 5 .e O . 1 fl if fe .314 JM O 5g'..1H's' --Vffegg--" AA 'V - rf.. jiri 7 Q I-'Q '-v 'J ...ap ' - 'W g 5 4' -P1-'K A Ev 4-zfwn-, M , 'W' 'w'f!l24Q,,iwS 'WS'-if 'Q ' rw ,ww 1 . .eg-.N-.ii 2 3-1 - I1 .,.,,,.1. . . 'yi Q I .Z - I MAURINE GENTRY ,1 Q A Dramatic 3, 43 Quill Weekly 4. if I' One who believes in having fun 3 . 3 l whether she does anything else or Q 2 not. A ,Z , S T A EEE H A 'l GEORGE THOMPSON if Senate 3, 4g Intersociety Debate 4, ,l , 'X Operetta 3, 4. ig He could never understand why Q. . , some people worry about the fut- ' ' ure before it gets here. . , li 53 3 NORA HEss dl ,lb Operetta 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. 3. 3 K- A N Her wrinkles of study are smooth- 5 ill 'lx ed out with fun and laughter. 1 E "" 1 ll 'W , ' 2 i f i 2 ll ,, IRENE BASS Interscholastic Debate 3, 4g Ero- Mil delphian 2, 3, 43 Quill Annual 4, fl' Y. W. O. A. 2, 3, 4. J!! Whatever she proposes or disposes, ,' she always finds success in the end. l vi X . i FAYE MOFFETT li ,i She must enjoy surprises for she 'xl presented us with a good one. X 4 .ffllsl 4 3 V , 'yup HENRY SPALDNG ' by f, Baseball 2, 3, 43 Class and Society A l If Football 2, 33 Senate 2, Pres. 3, 4. At his own leisure he generally .K ,N 11, JJYN N 1 accomplishes much. v, 1 I "1 17 i4 f . . l ' fli- ls 'A 4, 9 N71 i'! -7-1 V-... - -4- , 5 will f l S i psi 'I ,. , ,. ,,,,, . ,.., .- , .. - I!!! 5 5 , f lil ii if 4 EQ i 3 W will ' 2 , l fy .5 . 1 N --49-ggi., , 5 Nl FOTCY-Three l - -1: ' Y J I'-s ..- limi, -1:2 N c j N 'Q 23: QL? A 1. 'A V22 P 5 ' ' :J gi if 1 11 I 'M aj f ' . . ', . :Q hw ' ,fl ,err X flxu, A Q-Haig zu L -1: gr , : Z., 3- . 1, : 3 . . pnf'5f" . v me - . if l 1 'l --5 --,l . A K 255554 livliiskrfifif N V V ' I K - . l f . .' ' j VIOLA Moom: ' la j Y. W. C. A. 3. l S A declination from her is a rare N :E lg thing. 1 I f I FAY FISHER 'ls 3 gl Booster Club 45 vice Pres. Athletic ll ax " 3 Association 43 Hi-Y 43 Forum 3, . Vice Pres. 43 Class Football and Y " " Basketball 3, 4. A ' Usually talking just for the sake ' H A of argument. . I A,l I -A V lu Q. ' gig ANTIONETTE WILLIAMS 'M f jj Y. W. C. A. 3. H1 Oh, that she might find words big ll,- ' enough to express her ponderous lm :pl E thoughts. V ll - A +5 3 g si 1, l IM XY-I rl , 1. 'V - tx l ,z ' 1 A- l l y f N l ll ll '31 l 'N 'll N5 v 62. EQ 5? : R ,Fl fir. 9 'lsrfgw f' 3-: .. "vw 1, Forty-Four if i w . DOROTHY DUNNING Y. W. c. A. 3. Her cleverness has revealed much lf! 7 A and her willingness meant much. ' 5 ' Q HAZEL FANNING A A " Patience. and perseverance conquer i X I all things. 1 5 lp If ffl. 1 Q, 4' X l .fl ll JOE DENNER Football 43 Class Football 1, 2, 33 F Intersociety Football 2, 3, 43 Web- ,L fill' I sterian 2, 3, 4. -O13 X -A A football champion and the sort f' I Q . of fellow that lights to the last. Tl, ll? A. ' , I . . , , , . -Ef if ll 'ig' w q-H F ...ggi , ,.,,Q,gnNT'17l'.L .fly - J Jxj-xx 2 up p Q p 5 Q3 lv t if-gs at ,trio .f.--ggf: ff,js 4- as T, , o - --P W ..Jx.w'- .. I A W -V-v1.- ' -'g'-'?'55 '- 'Q S' .-QL-nf-X 'i lynn' w4441j1MA-:HT r ,, , ",D e --un' ' - I RUBY GROSS l Y. W. C. A. 3. i She has more understanding than ' all her teachers, for their testi- monials are her meditations. - JESSIE POORE i 1 Senate 2, Sec. 35 Operetta 2, 3. . I He must be given credit for his ambition. VIVIAN SINDERSON Class Sec. 33 Erodelphian 2, Sec. 3, Vice Pres. 45 Quill Annual 4g Quill .fi Weekly 43 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 4. A dainty maid who is very depen- ' X dable in all her duties. w lk lx l . ll ,, Y . it MARGARET FRISK lil Such a quiet lass that only a few fl? know the treasure in her. fl" I Y , ti 4 , sl Q ZALA ELDER Q X if .. Class Sec. 23 Erodelphian 23 Vice , 1 ' ll 5' Pres. 3, Pres. 4g Quill Weekly I' 1 lm .V 45 Ciceronian Club 4. Wil I' There is always a vacancy in con- N versation before she appears. , 'ln ' , ll-. .' -'fllfr W r lll . 1,1 LEWIS LARPICK M l ,U ,Q Senate 3, 4g Ciceronian Club 4. 'il Triumphant over work yet never 'MQ' X ,wx N slighting Pleasure. Jw lx I y w ' ' , I , . Q f I.. 1 l igfli in ' ' K l Q ,nw I X 4 "Sgr ,le I,i1I.zii x. P E r ni' w r t , ,B 2 is-...s-,aah ., 3,,gHN1-'W Forty-Five .ul ,, - ,,N mffffvilf ai-:.1s:m-2fZ3'Ff .-. 7 f ,i ' .l ll l if fl, li DORA HENDRICKSON Basketball ? 4- Y. W. C. A. . The same sunny disposition any where you find her. MLRLE OHMART Senate 2 3 Vice Pres. 4' Interso- ciety Debate 4, Quill Weekly 4. Of all the workers among us we will agree to his being the best. EMBELENE SWARTZ Erodelphian 45 Quill Annual 45 Quill Weekly 35 Operetta 3, 45 Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. The kind of girl you like to have in a crowd for her sportsmanship, friendship and knowledge. V I 'xl p. Hx li L M ' l Q, 1 -..- r X W - v - 'G ggi "Z iw 'g2,,,, . -cy -'jk i Wm , no L , , L I QQ' . MQ... 4 ,l l l 'I l, ,I l ' 1 l l Y l 1' ' 3 l l l l I If E f ' I 1 li ' X Y D I 4 l l - l If YL NN 4 3. LN H 'R RUTH WILCOX mf ,lil Y. W. c. A. 4. iffy, rw Her artistic ability has been of "J N great value to Enid High. I X ' ff bf, il L ' MARY PRICE gil .R Intcrscholastic Debate 3, 45 Ero- "V delphian 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, 45 :W If 1' Quill Annual 45 Quill Weekly 45 MIR! ll Y. W. c. A. Cabinet 2, 3, 45 ciaa- ' y l ,fl ronian Club 4. i Dependable in activities, her word is always a guarantee. 4 Y l ,s N ij ,' wall X I ' . M Wi I ll, LEONARD WELLS '- nfl Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, NN if Class Football and Basketball 2, 35 X, 'l M Forum 2. 'iff' my P' lx Because of an intangible some- Ig ' H ' l X thing he cannot be described. ff:-9.4 511+ all Ri' J' U' ' ' f . fl' I f ' f xxx ' Hg? 9 , 4. . 3 -' . f' I I 3" R lll:?5'lg51lPe 5 - 2 ---24.2 .4 .:..4sE"7 " Y dw " 'V ' '- Forty-Siiz . lil 4 iii I . S XM we if 5 fe -T R .--s - if , -O :flea"T:?Tf"wE7lfHikT'J'mT' 'Q' 153125 fig. 4 J'-. .. Q -an sw- - .-5 -,W +A-A .,, ,es M- awww .M GRETCHEN JEFFERIES Operetta 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. 1 Her good points are not in black and white for thy cannot be enu- merated. 1 i . i vi 1 ix 'l I r I. I X . I HERBERT MOORE He has a great deal more in his head than he lets out. .lx VW I Q, l' '. n Hhs ll ' MARY BRAKHAGE 4 , She is a friend in thought, word ff, and deed. Ql, 1 I i lil A ' GLENNA GALLAGHER U J 3- Katahdin 4, Y. W. c. A. 3, 4. l , , Boyish dash and abruptness are xl, M her characteristics. 'HM it -f N w , xi W ix iz ' ' MARIE PORTER f Ei' Operetta 3, 4. A 5 A 'll Serious and mild with a natural ,gl f lv' iineness of attitude. lu. ' N ! Ex XL vin fu' 1 X J Wig ' .ilu ,Ii-9 CHESTER LEWIS X 'IW' Hi-Y 3, Pres. 43 Websterian 2, 3, 1 U1 "ji Pres. 4g Oratory 43 Intersociety fgjf' ,f Debate 45 Operetta 3, 43 Interschol- Mgif' , , astic Debate 4. E lxx fy. A splendid looking chap quite Cer- i 'lf' w 4 U X tain of himself. l li l , N- YI N lieu" . iw it N. wld, ,Q .H , Swv, 22 ,- f 4 1. M-.ae ..-wwf Forty-Seven all-'12 ,eZ, 5" eg- f 3 l V V4 -l .3 lg! ' W -1:5-R in vi ' l I ' at V. 'false-fz::1.f'3L-.s6'PfFf -., . . . .. - +: MARJORY HAVENS ' Dramatic 3 4. , Flighty most of the time but we . believe she can be solemn. F GLENN DAVIES Hi-Y 43 Senate 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 I Quill Weekly 4. I-Ie is business-like at times but those times are rare. A 1 I 1 will .x N- V ' v "-7.2 6-.QE ik' . g ' -+R. .fi Ta -FE. : ' J--A ' A' iffy -. if-, ,. ,. 5 :, ' -e-EQZLL ',. - - J' 'll '-A 35" '5 3 .:-V - f I., ,A : - A, I vi 'P -4:"""':i..g A-533 I 51" I p-1, V f M 7- tl, . pang' .... 'll' An Wk- " 1 ... 2 ,. A az .r 1 '-7'-- Z ' , l I I 1 'I I a X I i ll xl ' K 3 il 1 I ILL I i , xl V xl H, ,l MILDRED CUMMINGS 'lx It is plain to be seen she is a true Llt X friend and a loyal student. NIS il iii R , l K I will it HAZEL PARKER yi, "Ty To be learned in books one must Jill Wi b . . . . .il W e practical in studying. .ffm fo l l 'K EVA CAMERON , HA I , glatzgxdzri 45 grchestra 2, 3. 43 Y. MV! W v . . . , . ly ,' 'iq w . She is musically superior to most f 'l W of us. 1' ,1 ll we ,Xi HI, ngillliv ARTHUR KLOSSNER if ll will Websterian 2, 3, 43 Quill Annual ,Nu 3 43 Quill Weekly 33 Operetta 3, 4. .jj Q Q fl' He worries little about workg if " V",- J ' T X X he wants it well done he leaves it ' .A If Qx ,X to others. 1 X -r N L! 3-U' ' w ill' If", a f " L' - "' ff'-'T R - Z2 J--42.3 .3 zu, E "" x Forty-Eight N 1 l ,A 1 x A JX --sklxx lx-fx 5 Q? A J r'CkX'X-1 ' l - - :L-Z., '3'4Fl ' 'ii'--- ---1----1 ., A T' I 1 " for .--33.5-f-1-1 ----QW'- j ff- -fi-Az:gf:- -W5 L, 4 X ww- J 5 i -if L s., v. ,, 5 V K. energy ' . ' I ' l l I If K l N 1 " I VELMA McINTIRE A X1 Operetta 4. ' ', Sincerity is bestowed upon her win- if . ning character. , I X ., . ff gl " EARL COX Football 3, 43 Track Captain 3, 4g I I Baseball 3, 45 Class Basketball 2, 3, - i 43 Basketball Manager 4g Booster if Club 3, 4g Hi-Y 43 Quill Annual 43 I Quill Weekly 33 Forum 2, 3, Vice 3 Pres. 4. .. K Fast on the gridiron, a good humor- wll l ist but sometimes serious. f , W . L will If ,' 'ix 1 ANNA BALZER Most of her time is spent in help- ing others. H 'il '- it R l I iw I i .I Lois FORDYCE by , operenta 3, 45 Quill Weekly 4, Y. W 5, W. C. A. 3, 4. W A jolly girl who believes in laugh- iff, M ing sixty times an hour. I' ' . X C ll f . ' RUBY HAYES A. . . , Katahdin 2, 3, Pres. 45 Y. W. C. A. AN" , 'N 2, 3g Cabinet 4. if X lv ' She enters into her duties with fill 1,11 her whole heart and accomplishes Q ' the task well. I .M M 1s'1!1,1'Q ORA LEE DUNLAP 'J 'll-VH Hi-Y 44 Forum 2, 3, sec. 4g Quill 4f,f,1,i.' li If Weekly 49 Intersociety Football 3. Qf.,l'.ff'l '1 4 i .-. 1, JI I iii lu F Q' ' Iv if 'P i r x ' 31,1 , nz 'fi'1-init? dw E Least but not last, We sometimes wonder about him. ...- ff I F45 iff Civ fill A I '-ff .f ix ---sae .-...APU Forty-Nine .x- 1 I v Y l I ' ' . - , - D 1 "' " -C ' Y .:.'- 5-f X- gi rt ' ' .. fm - H O s:....?Lf: E, ii: E' ,E ,, 2122- ' 1 -V mc, 'T l -I ' ' 4-Jw ls! ,'," 'IJ .- sf -- hEs:31??'Y , . 1 'Q qs?" ' 197.1 1224-.' 1 E E H -'iw I + n 4 W N . i 4 l ' , 1 X4 I H BERTHA CRITES f 1' One cannot accomplish all but one tl ' can at least try. 1' I ix F f , I 161 RANSOM 0'BURKE - N" Hi-Y 3g Senate 35 Vice Pres. 43 ii .l Intersociety Debate 3, 43 Operetta V' 3, 4. l He looks like an orator and talks 4 , like an oratorg maybe he will be N, iw one some day. 5, ., J - '1 ll 4 r l FERDINAND BRAKHAGE mx , Hi-Y 3, 45 Operetta 3, 4. I' One who believes in saying what M l he thinks. ,YH l Q K lm Ml l ' X CLEO PENCE ,lil The ones who know her have 'M' 1'4" learned to love her because she is iw! M so unassuming. -lil , .i . !f ,G 4' N' , .jl " GRACE MORROW Us ff 1' 4 Ciceronian Club 4. mi! 'J lf It might be said that the world re- .iw ,I spects a genius. HHH ' ' 'lx lfkxkx .N X '1 MJ 'W' .Ht HELEN ROBINSON QW Dramatic 3, 4g Reading 3, 45 Y. ff','f:!',' , Q , W. C. A. 3, 4. W'-,Q . i 'w I -f2,'J,z?'r I wlriffty ,llxm . gf N 3 lyk .l , ,, Q, ex 'if IS ? She sticks to what she says what- , ., ever the outcome may be. I ,I V ' ar EL, JL """Q'3-5.2 lvl fin H. 1 ' 1 A JQSHVI 'Magik I has x RUTH LEE Y. W. C. A. 3. l To her, studying is an opportunity. l HENRY DIBLE He has many thoughts but he ex- , presses only a few of them. K 1 V .l 1 . MARGIE BRAY l, I Katahdin 3, 45 Y. W. C. A. 2. N' .fir She doesn't bore anyone by talk- in , mg too much. lg x ll ll! lax lil Q' LUCILLE SMITH l th: She's always more than willing to Ji M do her share. WV 12-I 4 ii ' Sl . ll 'll I r .A PAULINE SMITH . l , Erodelphian 2, 3, 43 Operetta 1, "fl j il 2, 3, 4g Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4. It I 1 W She has stores of treasures in her ,N if 1" personality. mi' X X 4' ilxl. N x .f ni. L f FWS Q .1 if KIM DAY fl, .ill , If work interferes with pleasure ' Rx just give up the work. U x y .1 l M i ff , I i nil ' . Q' ' I , V I 1? .K IV f .r l ll .,t . . 1 ' 'RSX . i ir, .K ,- p-. , l txt. 'opgiffginff - I H ---42.31 ,. ..,i95NL'3m.- dw 3' -'K "N" ' '- Fifty-One :1f."'.'!" ff ,I ll ll x ,gg I T11 . - 5 .1 'L' 'IF ---ur - . 'l,- - ,gf :grid 1-for K L gfi1IB',1 - -- - T ' ... 1 - - ' ....-...' 'g,.4v'! L' ,E:."If'v..'-V...--N . .. 'Y Y ...V f Y . , . OLEATHA MCHENDRY Quill Weekly 3' Y. W. C. A. 2. Ifickle once in a while at other times serious. JOHN EVERITT Football 3, 43 Baseball 1, 25 Boos- ter Club 3, 43 Vice Pres. Athletic Association 35 Class Vice Pres. 2, I-'res. 3, 4, Interscholastic Debate 3, 45 Hi-Y Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 43 1 u 4 9 l i r I .N i ,E+ V X Y ' -44 ' f- J '13, se- 2-.:. - - - ' T-, - , T' 'E 5 Q.. .. , -,,... if . . 7 7, ' -A . . . J if-5 E 1 ge' 2 31 r im f - f f ' ez. f' - lg, if i ff.-. 1 ', v.A,qN'P, f- ,. H ' 4 " A - ..-:a- rv - ..-1, 5 V '. 1: H' A . , I' I . , ,- '-T: f ,f 1 J 4- 1 GA ri N:-q Ill 5:4 N I C Q '? - A r 'Qu ' -1 ML mu I 'Q ' l I 4 l i .y ff l fl K 1 I f m J l ' . l' 4 . ll Xl l Forum 1, 2, 3, 45 Senate Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4. All Johnnie is rather quiet, thoughtful ll and energetic. llff ix i. ll if DOROTHY BOWERS lil li High things are in her life and iw by her earnest eifort she will My reach them. ll u 1 lx-' 'lv 'fix lil" HELENA BERGER. tg 'JN 'ffl' Erodelphian 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 43 "M fl Quill Annual 4, Quill Weekly 4, Y. yy ,j, W. C. A. 2, 3. , Dependency is an attribute which fl it is a joy to possess. , ,bl .N xl " ' Af' . BEULAH sNoDGRAss lift lf 4,1 Quill Weekly 4. f - W She would Win your friendship by df' Ml her willing ways. X -X V M' rl' lug V141 'wil RALPH ROGERS , M l - senate 3, 4. ggjfjf F' He never likes conversation, and , ' ",l X . 5 . you will find his words never get ' '-X - him into trouble. X I ' f 1 4' ' :itil All! l ,ff ,ll l -. ll' '-fiff A . 9 2 'ATA 324: .. - 2 W... 1, : . Fift .JL Lak Y!-y'Z-X4-1 Q L if - ,-:lLi 'W ,gtg . 1 ,--. -- -- - fr if--nd -45:77-ii YY T:ZL"2g4:: qfj-' -TQ4 '4v YY Y'Y-j- .Aj 17 ,f , - 4-. v Q -J- -- f0QQr- MM- ml . ,ua , rx? , Q- 'fs Mm.. uw' "L" M if -f . J DQAMJM " N , 3 , M-45" c l l lu l l h ESTHER LEE FLEMING Katahdin 3, 43 Operetta 2, 33 Or- chestra 1, 2, 4. I Laughing makes one healthy, that's why she looks so well. PAUL HIGGINS ' He knows what he thinks of him- self so it does not matter what l 'E ll lx l. n if V4 l 1. K! TIM 1 others think. ' I RUTH McKNIGHT 'I ' ' Erodelphian 3, Sec. 43 Ciceronian L . Club 43 Y. W. C. A. Cabinet 3, 4. i C' The kind of girl we expect great l lg 4 things from in the future. MABEL DAVIDSON A Y. W. C. A. 3, 4. 'fl X' Easy to get along with and easy ' ' , .M to please. N fl -fl M ui if l 'W BERYL THOMPSON 1 Q Yell Leader 43 Booster Club 43 4 3, ' l Websterian 1, 2, 3, 43 Intersociety I l Debate 43 Hi-Y 43 Intersociety Q R Football 43 Class Basketball 1, 23 1 A .4 l Quill Weekly 4. ' ,X l l Beryl certainly distributes "pep" 'V ' X Y when he his the platform. Up ' 3 Q LX 4 ll, + 'l ,lillll ll H ' I MARY BEARDSLEE , ' ji , Erodelphian 3, Vice Pres. 43 Oper- M l ' NH ' etta 3, 43 Quill-Weekly 4: Y. W. WA' all ff C. A. 2, 3, Pres. 4. f' gf,,If'f V kg, It is wondered why more people . l lr X Wy' lx 3 can't have Mary's good common f 'X V' sense, personality and loyalty. lil' i " -66+ filly rlfsf 'Y Nw ' 4 'ff " x .,,QM' . 22 , , .l 3 iQ' fs Y ' ' --- ---9.12: . !,,93Nl"""m,- Fifty-Three I W1 1 .:.'- U 'if' 'E'-Auf -971 W 1354 M3131 -,lm an y y :E s 1 fl' 1 ff ,YQ I Ni will ll Xia I 5 . ,lil Hi lil v K A A 1 f xFg,.:,fs .f'4v'!-4:'J:?W, . CLARENCE BREDEHOFT Forum 2 3 4 Intersociety Debate 3 4' Quill Annual 4 Quill Week- y 3. He never plays out for the store of his knowledge is great. ESTHER GREEN She ventured into our school un- known but now is a friend well known. if! 1 A "' ' . , '. A J 5,1 .ig -V "fu, . 'lil NEAR-:L '44 , ET'-uw.: 4 ES, ' uf- -1- , if -3:7 - -4 2-Lb 44 f Lf ,pw , W A - -if -' .W 45" E-3- , --::',- ' 1 ' Wk- wa-1 A '?'- J ' . ,. . -2 1--1: K+' - . f .1 -5-3 ,-,.u , 4 ,.,. 1 ., -- i g-A , M ' mfs 3 1' . X.. ' L. 'Q' "L: . ' , 'A' ' ' . ' -'1 uZ.,' -' .f il l ff my ' l f' xx 'i Y U I K 1 7 I 2 A sl ll l . ,n it lu , If M l v I s . . 'J Il l l l 1 I w I is 'l ,Ax l 1 . , 'el Magi? ' f, P l 'J' ug' if 'P' FQL1 ..-- Y . Ev M, 4 Fifty-Four l .ll MARIE MURROW il Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 4. Q Pleasure with every duty whatever M , it may be. lk ll CARL JONES Hi-Y 45 Operetta 2, 3, 4. 'lx' He believed in directness in get- ting what he wanted in the short- M est possible way. M I L LAURA REID 5 ' R Operetta 3, 43 Y. W. C. A. 3. ' Her smiles were luminous, her 'law f ways generous and responsive. fall i Nix VAUGHAN DAVIES gill, Basketball 4g Track 3, 43 Senate 3, X 43 Intersociety Football 45 Inter- 71,6 society Baseball 3, 45 Quill Week- M" ly 4. His thoughts are always unaf- 4 1 f' fected. ' 1 . fy: ,nr ,1 ' 1.55.5 N V. . is-.J .Qfiif Div, qlxiqx' ---.Lge A :lbs 'V , 'g-':,- ' ii' "wif-il.. . 1 ef -- J f ' , f LL 4,-e fff.,.,,,1iff?f1' i 3:.+4L3.fA.. , g as 'Y C" " '- f -.ip-" -- - 'inf' 'f em M'-4 I- 'A FV' w..f,..f A f - :Q .WA-UWA.- ft H JUNE BLATTLER " Booster Club 43 Interscholastic T Debate 3, 43 Erodelphian 2, 3, 43 J' , Operetta 2, 3, 43 Quill Annual 1, il 43 Quill Weekly 1, 43 Y. W. C. A. 5+ Cabinet 4. . She has been a spark of life to Y Enid High. . gl VON PRICE Baseball 2, Captain 33 Hi-Y 43 For- . um 2, 3, 43 Intersociety Debate L 43 Intersociety Football 43 Quill , Annual 43 Quill Weekly 4. l Straight forward in all his dealings I and habits of life. w h 11 RAYE MATHESON , A Gloom is not in her vocabulary and NJ Il .to judge her rightly you must UI ' know her well. x X ll , lov ALBERT DILLON Hi-Y 4, Vice Pres. 43 Forum 2, 3, Sec. 43 Intersociety Debate 3, 43 N, 4 f' Quill Annual 43 Quill Weekly 43 In- H, ,HY terscholastic Debate 4. i 4 fi: You can always depend on Albert M to do what you ask him at the W M. right time. .ll le fy 4 l l . AM , RALPH STEWART E 1 A Hi-Y 43 Forum 2, 3, Pres. 43 Quill , ,jf Nl Annual 4. , ' f l' gl We never have the occasion to see -ll ' ' , m Ralph the suggestion of fatigue. QV - I xv, li , ,-rl . lilly, HOWARD WILSON lf 1' .lil Webster-ian 3, Pres. 43 Operetta 3, 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, sec. 43 Quill Annual 45 ,M I 3 Intersociety Debate 43 Interscho- ',fjf",lf, lastic Debate 4. "'f'Qf, X X- fix' Steadfast and kind, a keen-cut t pe l ' -4 ' A N , X of fellow. y ' ' I l i l " nvf in 41 if 'I . .' I - "UM, E' Fifty-Five ll, W. 14.1 flu MH , . --Eff, ' l X ' 'Ny' 22 ...ee e L f7:.L-. Ki . -, , '.' , 1 " 'Y V ' Q, A um Y ii' 'F N L' fi ',. .3 1 . H 'E-Z, -,5.' QUE I 'L' .:"' ., - I -I ' - ... -:. . . , ' ,J - "' -, - ,,,,.,..HnT:' lu. ri- 'I-.Er I ln- .1 -- lf, . -. ' . --gs. . I ' '71 I I If ll l "HV an M 024,-gvyvgjgi In V CLARENCE SNODDY Basketball 3 4' Booster Club 4' Websterian 1 2 3 4 Class Foot- ball and Basketball 1 2 3' Oper- etta d. "I enjoy no man who knows more than I but I pity one who knows ess." LEA IDA HOLLINGSWORTH Orchestra 43 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, 43 Katahdin 4. ' t 1133 lx y li C N ,l f . 4 I J L - "' " , . ' J '-1., , -13 -.A ,. ,, f - -- , --. fe -Q.. 1 --Y - -, 41. H 1 I l fl lx l l I' A 1 I l l f l 9 y . 9 Sl I I 1 x 1 l 1 I u s 1 1 I 1 1 If X She prefers a peace of mind and ' if vindications to her own opinions. f ', I ll. il ll " CLARENCE GEIS ll, Hi-Y 43 Websterian 3, Vice Pres. 43 Intersociety Debate 4. A Solemnness is sometimes a better ll ,N part to play than gaiety. lil N , R- mn ll' lll HOMER CALDWELL W ' Senate 2, 3, 43 Intersociety Debate il, 1 3g Intersociety Baseball, Basketball lf,"q f, and Football 3, 45 Class Baseball, Q Ml, Basketball and Football 2, 3. ' Be consoled, great things often 'I ' ,l come in small packages. f Ig: ij, FANNIE Coma ll J A girl whom everyone loves be- lm! S ,G cause of her unassuming manner l u ' ' and her interest in other people. ll, l X Q I FM. CATHERINE HITCHCOCK x nf, ' I-sl Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 43 Ka- X MI I E tahdin 2, 3, 4, operetta 1, 2, 3, 4. M , I Catherine scored best in basket- ,v fjglq dl ,Q ball. 43. H . llll' ll. l 1 L 45,1 l . -qw NV ' '. .w f l"" 7 I ff' ' l Ill . l llli In Jil . . . 'R' fl 4 a liif ' ,F-'fr r 22 "lx'1'v:3'4'i3m, Meinl 1 ---2-.2 2- -EN ' gf! 1" -"' K' '- Fifty-Six I I X-f-Bf5kX"XhL..i-,i,,,-,,-:.,.1i1.pg::-f, , ,1 V f -Y -V ,, '-.4 -4- ,-...... ,LN W F-sl-j,g'L'--..'-. i,i:::- . -f,.".- L, V L ff ' ' ' --1 -1 -A - I' 'S ' 'i""'ALff:- 'f-,ipgvr--"""' " ' YA I , A rg 51--, V Y, Y i i .ls use sv i i E?xq'L, V44 quf Alb'-" V Jw' :..,f '!-, 5 f ,. f liy AAAQG-it ,V I 1,1 I , LOUIS WILLIAMS ' N Basketball 3, 4g Websterian 2, 3, 4. I l He towered above the rest of usp 'X- l that is, physically. ' l l ll 11 MARY ANN KENNEDY 1 Dramatic 2, 4. I Justha little "Irish" but we think ,' it et ica . ' I ,V v ,, ,lf LUCILE LETsoN Q ' Booster Club 4g Dramatic 2, 3, 4, f operem 2, 3, 4g Y. W. c. A. 3. My A trifle coquettish but always using X' , ,Hx tact. l I l- 4 ll ll - 1 if 1 WI: , l RUBY WILSON Q fi Prominence comes after earnest- l M W ness with her. W, , 'J fl lf fy . I J, i HERMOINE FOSTER , f, Thinking! and doing are two dif- ,Vx Q , l ferent t ingsg she prefers the for- N ' mer. ' s lx ll' ,f lx ,I lx , l " lf. MAC HUTCHENS ' I lf if gR?I"l1l3'l Ii, 45 Operetta 45 Quill 'Lf sl ff ee Y - nz? 4 ' N He has revealed much but we feel , , 1" X Ji KN that he still has concealed talents. ll 4 l . ' 1 1, ' K ,grill l 4, ,, ffl M lk 1 I' lf' IN M11 it ' ar.:5lT" I ' A A- , . hy ' 9-nfimnh - 2 ,Q P Q ' - 4- 2 -Eli :rf Pwr 5- Fifty-Seven , , W l , V -it Q : - ' ! i z - -E: ,Q1 I ?V if ?2 T-Lv L 77' T'-L 2-. T L ,ffl-. A -" . ff? - f" A, " . . f : ,gf " ., L.,i- 1 , A V 4,0 SE-gqgA4's,,,l lf: r l' Q N A ,T - 1' , L -.. -s.. 'i::EE'?'Q2P.1. W7zT'.,,. .... B- f .-. -:F"'f':sii'f1f" f -"' 4- - ll 1 ll X X MILDRED RANDELS ' Dramatic 2, 3, Pres. 45 Y. W. C. V 1 A 4 H ll Her dignity is used in an irre- ' l sistible way. 'N if ,f ROBERT REYNOLDS il Hi-Y 4g Senate 3, 43 Operetta 4. Taj li One who believes in being himself. I 5 L Ll coRA LARKEY as , Donnot judge a woman by what ,' 1 comes from her lipsg silence means I 1 much. 7 . 1 .X ,, W , M. ANNA BELL PRATT Y 1 I1 N Booster Club 43 Quill Annual 43 Y. W, C. A. 35 Erodelphian 3, 4. 1, Well liked, out spoken, sensible, ' A W, , and indeed a favorite. 1 ,fl xml M ,illfl lie fl IRMA LONG V . I I .Il ,V 'She lives each day fully and hap- ' X pily. I , W MARGARET FRANTZ 'imp' .1 ' Erodelphian 2, 3, 45 Operetta 43 I A' X I' Quill Weekly 43 Y. W. C. A. 2, 3, ,SAX V Cabinet 4. T XX A versatile girl with Winsome , ways. ..x- fl, I, Mk '.X HI i ,ill M ,-,,' N 'll' 6 BETTY HUYCK i lg. She appears quiet but she really LX K , , X A has a lot of fun. l x, , . XJ! ' 2 I it l Ne I' 1 X if f , I 7 -lxf' n Wffi-fa t 411 3" Fifty-Eight 'All' . i U A 'f I '-if . A lj L 22' J--:ee 5 W X w 11 W - 'v '.-A 1 Y A Y 1 4 , I X ' 1 'TiT' r HIV' I. 1 W 1 , V w . f 1 x w N Fifty-Nine w l W v , , H- . . e ' W e . .-ff 2. N- S " 'N Q J 'A 'eg '? ' Y - ,f 1 'E ,111-Y jn 1a ii?iE?5sf T:-A 2-il' i 4:64 SL " "1 Jr' . ll - l g hm A - if - - , , -,, ,, , 1 Eli ., . 5 'S'-1 azwfi-gif. fc u I l ,f rx 'I i I , i xi 1, Qi ,ill 'y it x r ' nl , ,L ,W W ln , xi, if E SENIOR CLASS POEM 4' W5 K We, the senior class of Enid, ,,l Wish to bid you all adieu, 11 1,5 And to join the search for knowledge 3 XJ While our journey we pursue. dl, li We, the class of two and twenty, l Find it difficult to stay U' At the place where once we started, "' Q: On our high school entrance day. 'N Therefore we are passing onward I To the goal of Wisdom's store, ,fi M ' Searching books for truth and knowledge, ,., M Which we're ever Wanting more. u. 1,4 ' 'W ' If you care to know our colors, jf! ' ' I They are white and royal blue, W , Y, And the only thing they stand for ,- ,115 Is what ever's pure and true. Q fum I Q Since our hearts with zeal are burning, V 1 , , We must triumph over all, lfg ' U . And with faces forward turning i i lly We must hear the distant call. , I n 5 i Henry Toews. X ': Xt l Y f l. X W x Q Y l ' 1 W ,H Q54 If N mf, I xiii 1 ' All 'Ur den 1 162, e 'W 3 Sixty 22 fi-sag,-Q5-g hz, .N I, 'W I' NWN., W fri fr' W-iff x 'FM' ' LQ' f W, Y fig' I I f in NR f ,QQ l HW ia! u I .e 41 V ' 1 5 QNX QT N I Q- 1 ,W '51 lxlv X, , ,Ny f'.' rf? JMN11 'll WW... gy vga, ' 1,14 f fi Q SiXty'-O29 , be-552 ?L 1 ' N - W L yy - 4 - il , E- "1 :' 1 iq e . rg, X " X W. . ' i-3. -2 T, 1 - 2- 5 , V ?lT 'Hi 'Z -. T -- " --J-' 951' f'?5f' -at : - "i?1'T 1- 0-., 5 ' .-. - 1- f me -5' rf J.. w ""1 44' ""'feQr 'IE' ,, Q - 1 -3'3" in Il . I ' W , we --1-,. . f Z2 , ,, ,' -1 J- " ,I 'l 1 1 l fr I x 1' X 1 X I4 ll 1 -A I w l I. I ff ' I 'lr ill 'I in r X l l H RM :ii L 5 I " ll i T, be be O ll xx i i W l V . Nil, JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS JUN r 'l' 'll FRANTZ RAREY CARL TAYLOR RUTH CHAMPLIN lsfili A Vice-President President Secretary ' JI if 'l . J! I Asa 1 1 fm JUNIOR CLASS HISTORY I x - v 1 J I Classes come and go through Enid High in a never-ending stream, some full of ,ii ,lf ,I life and some determined. The class of '23 possesses not one of these characteristics M1 1' alone but a combination of all. The members find much satisfaction and pleasure in wx l striving to reach a worth-while goal. They are the seniors of to-morrow and they l N look forward to the last year in their high school career. It is their heritage to carry I, ,Hy the blue and white in a creditable manner. Judging from their actions thus far, we . ' have every reason to believe they will do their work loyally and enthusiastically. 6 J I V V 1 ' ,I i is , - fr an it S lf ' V fl 'y i v H , ' N 'xx he ' I l lilslli 1-F.-ff? " 'tpil N- yi , A , ,gf ' , 1 'xx ' I vii! If , .I A V, Q , L 'AN f i. a I ' , x ' . w f. '-H ' lfffifsm V 2 --43.2 t -as-Q-E1:'fv'm'? KW 2 gixty-Two Sixty-Three Sixty-Four Sixty-Five Sixty-Six X f -wx Sixty-Seven Y x , r V w i W Sixty-Eight . , I a , , f , I Lv 111 ff, .U ,qu .X ,5- 'y' ,ff ,W if L, ,M 1, U' ' '-fx . Ir' if 'Rf' Ig, UZ wg- l' 54 P ln ww., E L 'M FM li 'T .vg- Q, gk, , ry'- 8 ' f X L1 W 3 K' ff, ?-,INF 1 'fl JL' r., J Z A E ' f w , rf ,, Qi N . .4.,, 2 1, N., 3 4 Falk. X, A' 'Wx-! I, :fm mv- f, 'f'-W, 1. .Ji l ,WH . ,f I W. .fa .1 -. My Q xx, 2' I rch ,J ,Q .,, r! 'P , J, g if '. V . J '15-N-fsea,g4.w-1 -1 is ' .M V A' - . pry N, L v-' -fm' , , Sixty I c .Wd 'i 3 A f l..,N. ,,1,,, ,r5,H ,M . wr, -Y Y' 'ffl !1,"f V V H A ,N X ,fr 'THAN v f .14 X '- I , -Nine i in -i i - , - 1aa.L 1-E f -j 2- ' 2: L A A QQAL44-4.511111- .l W. . f , : L. e' :su THE JUNIOR CLASS To our junior class of twenty-three We are going to bring true fameg 1 - -4: . J J ,L - ,., 1gQ, - - 'SF :. 'LH 1a. dbfq 'g'U -, :Lia N, i " 'W , , if ' -E of -sf ,??szfe3 ..f E - ggi.: K i -ig 2- gf ? , .. Av fel AF. H ' ' " K' -"""' 4 ""' Q 'F27 AW L sir Ayn 1 q ' I' 4.-122, 6?g 15- pi in ,K X 6' 'an I-Mg' I 1 A 1, A' k.-4 x --ax in 4 'A' H I I l li l K . ik il v , 1, , , 1 . ii lx I l V il X We shall always be what he wants us to be, X L flu Because we honor her name. J JI We shall never forget the things she has taught, l' The things that will help us through life 3 f The knowledge and glory for which we have fought, lk N f And the strength to stand in the strife. li I JM The days have never seemed dreary or long, ll, Though the pathway was rugged and steep, But each step of the way resounded with song, X As each day some good we did reap. ll : 1 ' ll And when we leave dear Enid High "T To face the world and to fight, ly' Q' I We'll remember the days that have gone by 7' And have helped us to gain the right. lf We'l1 remember our motto-"Onward to fame," x iff And live true to it all of the while, 1 nl And when we have ended our part of this game, We can say it was done with a smile. ix X l I 1 A I 'll l lf' ' Louise Frankenfeld. X M Z X ll 'Q li A filly 'iii O 1 1 , J ,H X 1 l v If ' l ,N U I7 4,'H,' '. ff bm ff' ' 'i I Y 'I . K is WN ' Q ' QW f 41 , , JbQ.ly ' ,gf-'. fy - h3"1'f"'i'n ni-M111 1 1 f--Q-as -ez' av., : Seventy if N V V N., ,.,, ,- ,Q Y 4 1 4 .sk Yau X lv' 'WIIIIIW JI W E1 -? W w 'W 4? 3 X - , I ' , X . , 5 f. 1 W f",, f f A I 'L ' ,-fjQffl vf fi M .,,1 ig Nix Mix W 3 M, J , x ..L W' SI ,N gn L A A E3 ,XJ,. A , - ,, x 1 .NX xx , x n A 1 'v X . v H 1 'H .W Iwi: i ,fy QQ - H 1, K 5 . Q , f, P , ,1 . A 0' I . M' ,I X 5 :', Nl pl M' Jr' 9 , dftiffefif' , -wa, v". H :Y I 22 .GLX w , . ,Q ri' , N M ' ' QW"-WC. K 'iffy HW ' M MIN M- 5 iw , :Q 23" rx' 3:21 -1- 5 VV Sevm'1ty3,1Tg . I ' 1 11 1 ul Y , V W K V If - I if Y l ' va. - . 1 f-- - 2-Etfbe EA -.5 '5 - - 35 45 'Af -3 e 2 2 We if-is .n fg --1 1 as-efs' ., - MQ , if - '1 S - -.-Li -i- ' fm.: 1 .-, , wiki' 1 1 R ' 1 li 1' "i il I f, l 1' L F lily I I1 1. 1 l- 1 1 JW '1 L 111 , y 'N 11 I 1 H N SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS I BRUCE HINSON OTIS ALLEN AUDINE DREW fl "' ' Vice-President President Secretary '15, l . Ji' !, X 117 , , llhl mx SOPHOMORE CLASS HISTORY 1 V , The class entering in September 1920, displayed more pep and knowledge than is IA I, usually seen among freshmen. When the semester closed and we were enrolled as I lx - sophomores, the enthusiasm of our class increased and with it the determination to " N: make it one of the most successful years of our school life. Our motto was "Loyalty". x We felt a sense of pride in the school which heretofore we had not realized. Feeling 5 , A it our duty to suport Enid High, we urged the members of our class to try out I If 'Nl' for athletics, debating and every activity in which the school engaged. We knew that 1 I ll, the fundamental principles which would govern our lives would be a vital part of dl high school training. With the co-operation of the energetic juniors and the intel- X' ,MW X 1 'J lectual seniors we hope to make our year worth while. 714 , R ' ' I l i l 1 I ll fill' X 4912 1 QW 11 ' 11x 'f 'l, I1 Y' ' 'I 1 -- I 'B EAT' 'nftiilifie ' - ---4-Que: .55-"9"'5mL av., Q I -M' ' '- Seventy-Two VValkup, Higgins, Dauman, Fox, Cook, West, Bow-nan, Baker, 'Woodnrd, Kline, Dauner, Key. Cox, Houston, Murphy, G. Reynolds, Utsler, Cooper, Lewis, Carter, Tayman. Gauldin, Snoddy. Reese, Sayles, Hume, Anderson, Snyder, Ramsey, Stiers, Ryan, Harris, Lee, Richard- son, Reynolds, Brower, Vance. Kennedy, Patrick, Watkins, Nowell, ByBee, Auning, Hugos, Williams, Haskins, Boyles. Seventy-Three Warren, Sinclair, P. Reynolds, V. Shores, Miller, Herrian, Ploof, Leighnor, Sater, Gentry, Walters. Singleton,lHueppelsheuser, Parks, Griifee, Henninger, Miller, Greenwalt, Hudson Nicholson, Rarey, Barnes. Beggs, Keller, Maynard, Herrian, Dague, Geis, Weldon, Reid, Kerss, Jones, McCoy, Bennett, Benton, Johnson, Champlin, Mathis, Evans. Jordan, Morris, Sloan, Lamb, Crews, I. Moulden, Mt-Nabb, Branham, Cameron, Scott, Drew. von t y - l'l0ll 1' f fl ex X l + 1 F 2102 Ty., N I if 'j' rl'-xi f I n-. KW, Qlfff -4 f-... C I s,,X X, -f - - ' .n X- v-1,4 ,fjf:f:+:-C-if 5' ' .1ff.s,?.e ..if:f1:: Q -.. , W asia CHM! ff fssf'-Ni ' A .. -A " Ji- - V' - 4 ' qi. i'j',j,' lu. . 1 L -"f""+ -,wi 4.0 ,i3f-gwF:::- v444+.:1M, 'ul' Pxqgzfiflf J ' fa! - I I 'f x I l 1 I 1 W u, 7 ii I , 1 Cronkite, G. Hayen, Darold, Embree, Grove, Boyd, Mock, CaHail, Epp, Curb, V. Hayen, Irey, Ella Wells. 1 Mi. Treiber, Potts, Courtney, Cummings, R. Johnson, E. Johnson, Kent, Elva Wells, Jef- llxl 1 . N 'lx ferles, Early, Perry. I , v 'W Conway, Pope, Kilgore, Frisk, Fergeson. 'LW M l iw il li if 4 11 Ax i in i , if W' X 1 , ,- ,Q , I l I l V M X uoou:..nN"':gayoo:n: b .,,x L ,-,: M, V WH N' go n:.ng::""lu... l ' I T nil gfg ,."'. .cas E Q Zh" HD". in Y W N ,lk 2 3-23: 5.-'5 l f" 45 25 5 '-.5..-.5-5 5 ' ,I .Xxx is 'ning ani ' Bn... i,Ea,.' i2 lx' ,, '-.M ,. 5 .. F i 5 .,i'.,.- N w 'QM 5-.g..f-' , 9 l ! fl ,' , x i Y IN 4' I 9' , l ak , 1- -. I ' - , 'fini 'E 22 --Q23 gr , 9595151 VL' S Seven ty-Five ai ffyi X ri ., I in ff Ii' jj ., H :KV "' - ' J ii -,., - 1 2 -5-L E X- fi:+:,,j 'R , ff -:L 'I ,:i2-gf A-E :A i ' f I ., " il -, M, g',fr,1 ,gif 2-Q TQ, Af.-.. . 'f , 3' v M-83 A E , 'II W X it f - M - - W ff , r, 4" - - -- --, '1W1ef?'7? ' if 'F ' ,i 'f' 4 f2'ln7:L'5'E:"f1 ll 'ly U . ,lg F A l xl ,1 V 1 1 li l gl ll 1,1 M ll ' A 11 'f I ,I Riley, Parker, Anglin, Pickens, Black, Bailey, Crawford, Haugherty, Henneke, Henry, ,Q , Wilmes, Schwedtland, McLean, White, Tinker, Crane. N!! ' ' Barrett, Swigert, Stotts, O. Shores, Gaylord, Kirk, Brock, Powell, Chadd, Williams, .li .H Carter, Smith. 'fl Richards, Trapp, Wanzer, Miller, King. lx ly , N il- ll V. If' l , 1, .,, , , ,. si if :F 1 ln 1 will W i l 1 , I . ll ' J, 'N 3 I ....::5::u.:L...:,?::E.g M ia-in. i,tE:Sf,::::C:u.::i:gnuco Q' Nl n ,O . gl S .gknt 'E u -2, . 'g A ,, , 5'-.5.,.-.gi-4 in X 2. -mg... . X 1 ,f N, ..... E -. All I xl ..' 'Vg E50 ,IH ill il, , Q yi , ffl. .n, V C ' If f l 1 'P l lf ll .- 1 will ,wil 2. 5.1111 -iff. ,N ' ' wg' - H in 22 may , Www 2 ' E - X '- Seventy-Six E J x ,Jw " ' 1 - T X 1 K w , M, Y 93 3 , 11 X , 1 1 1 X v lx 4 "WI . , f 1 , ' , 4 , 4 'A ,, ", ' -J, . , ,. 1 . ,V,,,, V ..,:.,, Sevbhfy-Seven M, S -e, ie. - , iii , s 4 ig, Y J, D -32 f'fff','! 2.-:J-iuzv QZEQZA ,-,- f Q- '- .. . S' 'V' " it THE SOPHOMORE CLASS II. Ig A if f 5 -- J E A. . 1 N, f ' .. Q 2 . 'Q "" All -S l-:JV 1. ' "W .4 A Ag a ' ,fl- fe, R 'ffwfmfl-42-sfeilfff if arf: 4' m ii' MQ " y- A, ,K -' - u ' -, ' :, -e. 1 f we ..,. -L -'.yk--fr Mg., - .K X -, f -1 Hi' HI' A 'I P x I' . I X 1 il K I l . I i I . ,, 'gi L ll Ilyi 7 ,l I 1 . WU 5' 1 r M, v ,IL I f 1 In ff I Ki, l iff, F1 Q " QI.: rl i f ' Tx X M all it wr 1 v ' 17 ' KN H X : ,W .:z,., , 5317 L' I w ' ' 41 s uf: x l' 1 r .- IW 'Seventy-Eight Hlllffyra :ij ---- - 4, , - We have iinished one noble task, But lo, we see ahead, Greater, grander, nobler things, Which we, at present, must leave unsaid. ' Success to you, sophomores, Who follow down our trail 3 Keep striving for higher honors, And your ship will have easy sail. We'll be a loyal class of '24, In classroom and in Held, We pledge, E. H. S., our faith once more, Your glory and honor to shield. Oh, dear old class of '24, The pride of our hearts, is true, I, wish that Fortune's lavish hand, May shower rich gifts on you. 22 Elizabeth Henninger. lik' l 52 ---gig it HJ , I ,NH will if inf' W1 ' ix :iii fl I f hrs, l Via mf' wffgffil It "fini A ' K l il .f Q hr ,NLF -'SL I 1 X X xfNK AXtJk,ilX"-'l1T:iT:5:,,r---ff-, -- ,. 7 1 , 63? '11-4,g' f ' 41" ' ' '- -.W 4 -- ,.g"I'L1'f Fi. Q Jrifji' 'fur 2 ' WL ' -1-" ,Y T'Ti1 7? 'W 'iml ' " -X I q wi, gf- f--r A ' -':. A f - , N JA ha- -V ' ' +41-H V jf? JU- 'if r --Wfv """ K W,Qi'?'ff'p.b', 474 gf! 'wr 'T EW,-ffl.. Mj,,f5f' , 11?-TSE!-Q - , HHS ? gulf! v 1 1 -1. f A I I WF kd um? , ,X X fig rm H' f Tx 'ng 'ffg P 'I X 15, 1: l l 1 A HW W me 3 I 1 W - F4 Q J" I 2 , rffp A, ' 0 - f-'gg . fgvfi H--32,3 , .J,,2.5' 1' fn, Q F' ' Seventy-Nine 1 .-iii. .. O ' W ' ' :A -5-L ' A ' T L:- :- -f'L -5-ri Egirs- - E "1 c 'ef .. ,.,, S - lj 'ff ,, 'fer -' --. ..Z-:M-e - .gg ' W ia: i 1 '25 I 'L We if " 'wi 'L . 224.-ar."' ij 1 - ' 'E if - Ale. . Z ' ' 5 ' . I, ' 1. ' ' . E. " Y --:.. f ' '- .' ' .:i,f4f' ,, - -- , , H -,. .gh ,. - ... -C. - s .: " -' --' " 1 1 1 , ' 51 if 5 lf V ll i l l 1 ' N ' -. ' , L 1, 1 e L ,G .. Af fFA 'I 4 I V, r 1 I. ,, 1 D, 4' .I E' O 'll ll 7 l ' l 5 1 ' f l 4, ,, J' ll A ir , ,. ff ' i A r l ' Al .il N ini I w Nl . Y N Ng . 1 vs, tl Milx i f Mi lt i FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS ly' H lim DELMAR ANDERSON JAMES HERRIMAN LOUISE WOLFE M514 xl fi- President Vice-President Secretary lvl 1 f '5 .1 1, Nm FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY l F 7 An exceptionally large class of freshman, numbering three hundred and forty en- If 1 1 1 1 tered Enid High School September 5, 1921. This was the first class to enter under the ' 'l if , new system according to the classification plan. 1' 'X ' . l 1 ll i The Rotary Club was responsible, to a large extent, for the number of boys entering in X in that they had encouraged them and made it possible for many to enter school. L '1 ' I Pj. A The class has taken an active part in school athletics and in school affairs. They QV! ,' Mix have helped in society, Hi-Y and Y. W. Club work in a way that indicates that they will , I' V, if make good leaders when it comes heir turn to lead sometime in the future. W, 1, . , ,4Lff,,?' ls ff +4 L 'i ii l 5' l II I Sai? V7 'v ' I li yy ry, N 1 ' al':lXV3"' - fl j.. ' n gs'-WQSIXQ 'migsfiff 5 , , 2 --elle: . .Q15-'N'T'3l- 4,2 r, ... ,. . -5- X Eighty Bolenbaugh, Holman, Richey, Horner, Enlow, Saunders, Ohmart, Ely, Johnson, Nusz, Whipple, Ricks, M. Boyer, E. Boyer, Schwcrcltfcrger. Cole, Mackey, Connolly, Kruse, K. Campbell, Parker, Francisco, Moyer, Giltner, H. Phillips, Beard. Oliverson, Miller, Mongold, Shaw, Lytle, Muller, Thomas, Breihan, Killam, Moulton, E. Burchfield, Lemons. Muir, Kunkel, R. Bodes, Reece, R. Phillips, Mettler, Morris, M. Bodes, McIntyre, M. Burchfield., Eighty-One Earnest, Harrison, Sinderson, Wilson, Grove, Henry, Byers, Brooks, Oringdorf, Mc- Cutcheon, Miller, Hirsch, Cook, Staurtzman, Baker. Winkler, P. Brown, Stahl, L. Brown, Shultz, Rather, Bryant, Tuckness, Hawkins Bullock, Greer. Daugherty, Rude, Montgomery, West, Helmick, Mullikin, Roberts, Denend, Parnell. Boyd, Clark, Hope, Strickler, McMillen, McQuilken, Voreis, C. Miller, Veliet, Davis, Reddick, Jobes, Dodd, Milton, Robinson. Bray, Wilson, Askew, Alloway, Mathis, Peckham, Malters, Fuhrmaster, Lee, Hunter, Baldwin. Eighty-Two Hedges, Egner, Dee, Meade, Walker, Brooks, Corbin, Myers, Brown, Mitchell, Halloway, Shultz, Hutchinson, Rude. Shavey, Anderson, Lauck, Overby, Latta, Smith, Rarey, Gray, Meece, Cansler, Bryant. McKinght, Edwards., Mixon, Calloway, Fleming, Cook, Harriman, C. Stephens. Foreman, Huff, F. Jones, Caldwell, L. Jones, Cramer, Davis, Reiiinstahl, Fortney, Bertwell, Reed, Talley, Carrol, M. Mongold, C. Boyer. Pearson, Barber, VV. Campbell, Gabriel, Fountain, Erlewein, Osborne, Elgin, Crews, Harris, Melrose, Walters. Eighty-Three Kennedy, Hartman, Vlfehling, Hoover, Ingram, Duckett, Gilger, Pendarvis, Linden Gordon, Smith, Thomas, G. Johnson, Offner. C. Watkins, White, Bonnett, Tourtellot, Exline, P. Johnson, Peterson, N. Marshall, G Watkins, Payne, Graham. Heck, Kunkel, Thompson, Gregg, Aldrich, Hodgen, Emery, Wolfe, Bush, Arvin Burchfield, Kent, Blackburn, Wampler. Bernard, Messer, Yancey, Schneider, Hoover, Frye, Nowell, Parker, Grammont Goddard. lqlgrlfj'-IFOIII' G I ,. .X - G 1 G- G -fe-zigergzeg: gl lf, T silffefiz, g Y G, G do e- me-.V ef+'ff'e:Eejo:'I+-ef- fr ggi,-lg !! I Y G G lf '-h f. -.... ...ug -- - JI, -f er' uymxab. :Egg-K-:All sv444414W 'IMA Wd' 'l ' -P gl W ' l N I l A I I l l Marlow, Dimick, Griffin, Horseley, Cobb, Murphy, Wood, Crosby, Green, Vandever, Wolfe, Piper, Irwin, De Spain, Grey. I+ ' Butler, Hillefy, Harrison, O'Mealey, Souter, Saseen, McCollum, Gilger, Trammel, Bull, l X Des er. lg ll ,ls W I Q, 3, X 4 lm! WWI' W J ml' ll I lf rr ,f .n , , I , i on osulo I W, ii ...gnu E g colon... I Y X w f 2 W x fm r X S a'?e 3 9: : l l E Zaf 'l'o S E V 1 ' y I lllll ...ia ."..j aka., 0'. I lx f lf 1 une: - ' ,rw- C , 1. -.-.- mmf :noni ,M I ' fl A 9' , r l ,ywf . V Y f If 'lx x WX , .G 4 ,3 if, ' , 5' 'lj f +P fu ' 'U ' A lr ' Q KSNV' , -- I 3 ' , ' ll JAM 2 .GLX G G, 1 miiffm eu J' -V " F . Eighty-Five ll, 1'-Q: -. - 'ar -an E 'E f'-,J -azf ' 1-Q:-PIE! ,. -.- L. .-. - A l' fl F -.. ,Iggy I l l K l H 4 ' l w 5 5 x ' s-a I Q ' if -L 13 f - ,, - 557i in 3 TLV?" . ,- ,. v 25 'Q ",e- "' " if ,- ,-I '.,,5.: "" t- -,-L , ' rj" Q "f- 1 ' -- A-,,-ff' T --,W ,, 7 71 3'l'iiF f,.- - X' "L . X " I1 'f '-Q ...ks-'if ' "" TQ- "I ','T'....:'- -E Li. , .ok ll'-Q 'P -.- ,, -, 'gf' dfv- . " 1 ' 'fl' N ' L ' .V-S5 523.111 I. "',2 :vw . 5 Ti 'T, -as-' 40 ,l. yn mu ' " - x v 1 " "' K g 4 . 'ln n NL ' .1 M ' A x . . "7 UM, .1 I 5 V l 'I 'X , l ,f f l. 4 l 1 l n , . l 1 , ll l l A 'f ' Austin, Turk, Potter, H. Finney, Ditgen, Kengle, Nichols, Swartz, Reynolds, R. Brown, ,Q Stephens, Nunnelley, Houghton. ll l Finke, S. Marshall, N. Miller, D. Marshall, F. Jones, Fike, F. Finney, Cooley, Craig, ll X Hopley. A . IL . l I "ll Wulf , lil ll, l l 3 1. . N, I W lla W-ll! I M . ' 'll' l :usages-" .uogog x .oS::o.so::"" l l " 95. E E 2-. J' fm l 1 " ' Eil 71 'A 2 E5 'H " 'Hr lik .,,? -si Eiuzfkag 2 I , lu '11-5 -1"a"' W - , 1 K 'K x : l I l ill, A ' 44193 . 'll If , QW, f ' f' r J X lg! - ll. . ,Z F 'K 4 ,4 4. ll 51' H' if -arf, 'ff F Q lvl! ual Ts A . my . . , , ' ,sl wffiifim 2 --ai . AU , f -,,d X '- Eighty'-Six ...gif ,, W , W -.-,. V YN-, ,-,.,-.,,.,Y:,, W ,W1,.,,,..,..f- ,.6.,f?,,.:.,..-V .- - K k J-gk ' .-fx. I , ,""" A ' 1 f - 'M , V Thjg' hjg-'in M- ' A V HX' T--fl ' Yflvi' .""f'ffH:xf ',TT ' V K ' V, , W, V V1 . T f- , ,4..g:+f1 f .AQ . .. -V V V V . VV V VM -V ,V ' M an 'I f' M 'md M., , ' L EV N ' x Up V' 'M XV, V -ff ,-xg.,-I ! "" ' siffff AQ'-i,'1,il' VV: .Hy FA Y 'V .-Qi-iL,L:VQl3la--155,354 ' " Oh .V A 1V V V V F!! 4-H' wh '. gg- P'-F -,.a-'JT ww ' ' K g 'Q' wi .V-A ' X X' C" ' " --Fiflll s..,.M3g,,:i'2L'-,IV.,...w..V..f.,--z,.:.La-1.-xii. 4--.-,.-,.-f...-..,.1-,.-.-..--......-:.a:L.fVf-.-! 5,1 L- ,AAVMV V, fi! 51' .E xsxi 7 V. 'V '? Cal. VVV Nw, Ti .M NL v 1' X !V W l ,VV . yi' . ffi' V"V'V ' f: Mi V 9? z 4' V., T11 FW V. H i 9 Lf! -9 -f' M V V V- 1 i 'V V I' . ,111 , V. ,VV 1 V ag V33 aff V' 'P W 2 '5 VL' V V4 1. 'W L 4 Q Tr '4 I. VV V K V! VV V 'X V , - 5V V' I' V V ' Q19 f 4' ' .HIE Q'-L j. Wiv VH VIN V3.9 ,Q ffm: I ld jpg. q' fin V'L11'fIjfJ ,g LV Wi V V sv UV E slimy- .ZV V 'Viifsi ' 1 MMI: V Wm am'-? 5 'V'.v VF.. V . Z, A N V V Er-QQ MW V'x 'F' ffk' 'VM V ? V2-VA K ,- Ufx' V' X V V.. ' Vx in X"-fgix V ' NT ,-md, 1 ,. ,V 'Vffx-'VNM V ' fl-"fb MW V - Q 7V V-VGVQQMJVLPV I' vi f V - 'Wu q5B3fgVf,VVk - Vr,jf,f,g ' 5 h A fp 'A AN' fl 5. 1 WV: -s V , 4-:V , V WV 'V HW wr f sf, 'V5 V ' I .:V'V j ' V KW' X ' -'fin 5.-42, 2' ,Sk ' K '4"' www fe. .V via, 1 If 'Vx' H If 0,4 V M- , I Q ali- ' V iV.iq,:A,1: I. . V 6 , .-A. , V V V, Lg' 5 r fin 1- X il"H"-:i,'U5".V"YlV L V, ' , ,..a.'f3?-9 """":' 143211:--f-'-5'jkfhl-ff-Vg"vI ' ,xl ,,. , , ,M .V ,., V - mighty-sew-Vff b v 1, . - . Y Y - -v fv-v.-.,,V-- ,Y - fe- - --.--YY - , W.,1. L ' Y'i459'-- 5 W - 1 ' i W ' -A -,,'1 ,if "' , -': 'W - . J 'f- V 7-'A V V JT' .:,,Q ' A 5:9 A Y -5- ' -- 1' f - L E X, 3 1 , A .. 1- -W1-2 'E-E L, 9 -.L A' 2 'L' ff' .TSLYFQV is W 4? f - V-W f f-' 'Wiz' .L if 1-E ,dw :Z i' '-W ,1 A' I H M 1. if' ' rf MW , :. W -. ' W - A , , ' : -f f-J. -1. W .vp.1.rf. - I ,, , ---.R ugTE.f!'2'2"92f:.1':11rmvg4.31 ff , -- f --... .,x , .-..hr'P" "LM 'QI' .fi W ' il X4 il U X rv I. Eighty-Eight x il' l U fl I Q N M, M if ,l , THE FRESHMAN CLASS N I Our first year of high school life is goneg I. ' We have made it a great success' ,' 5 I We have tried our best to make,a good name W! And pass, with honors, the test. lk A ri if In the future years in Enid High 1 We expect to have troubles to bear, il But we hope we will always carry them, W x As well as we have this year. f W W YW W When our time comes to be seniors, 'fl M' And we lead the entire school, ,M "3 We only ask to do as well, NTI! l And follow this year's rule. ' May our coming years be happy ones, N ' Full of learning and making friends. y Hi IK We will proudly point to this year, N47 Yi When our highlpschool course ends. ' Q l 1 . N il V W 1 1 W 5 f u x l Y' Ili W N W i ' J . ' I it it ,' - , mfr 1 I W fl' R I I 1 W i t - ' I Ar I, vx W Jgi, i T .qpif lf' W J ix Q W 1 . :Y 4 , , ll' .lay ' - 1 - , 'Fw .fo-I 22 ,--.se 'ww To "" A ' " I-' ' ' K .. ,....h, . JL! F in 1' -5 -.vie-Jil? .1-2: ixve i -11 ': gygjy, .gwfw www" - - . ' ' . , 1 - 1 , , 1, :Q gf fu 1 51 2,12 Q.. , - "ii . .qfl f l 11 'SW' I ' -L .- V . V ,l:1ia5 ',22,. "VgLlsiH2E Q 1, 142 ' nw ff 'ff-' zwwfcy ng 'I ggi., a - .- 1 p i 'f,, , ,. L H ' I -, ,,:, fffwff 3 ,Q 1 ff . jf z4,f',-444.5 ,X .I U, , V g f -- H41 7 f 1 , - , 1 '-f ' ' f,-f,.,.,2Ef1::r,x"mf, nf ,,', - 5 4 :iw :V WM, f 41 1 5 :fn I 1 4 Q5 5,5 - e aw., W 1- , P , 1-I-'W 1' wewf z z?-'zgi x, gg' i-W " f ' ' ' ' NH gl! 1 ' . f , .His - , ,f1,..11,f. y . s , ig: .I I 4, 4 v. K .I--35:5 - '1?:,, ' , . X5 ,W . ,,,4 M in , ,L , A , , ,,f,, , V, ,V K , will -' ' 3 M ' M cf' ' I 'gf - ' ' ' " ,gh 4jMf44Q - QV.: ,- 5 f X wi ' Wfw, ' ' M.: fl ef , hy . ,L -' ' if , ip ff , rr--H 1 ,Q -ww'-'f7'V""! 'N wwf sf, , ff fgf .-4. ' ," .aw-E'-M Jus. y W4 N ,, ,ff ffxf jwff ff .f , ,ff ff ,137 f' f ' 45' ww JW? 23: , QI". " - -V X . j Av ,if ,V ug',,f il ,f t ,ggi - f . M, ,gw, ,' ,wz ffli -vi 'f' ,f. 1 I 'I-,.a ' -:V - f i , V4 is I I 1 : ff' Wig : 'fi f - , 1 , - we I N 2,25 - ' flff' ' , ,K -, . - " K f , -gf? 5"1iY4f2 , V I ai .. N. S, " b ,' ' ' "' " L x ,v,- 1 1 1 - . n, 1 ,g4:,,--Z,,4f,jM,:3,, 17 , A ,5js.,gg,wf.1'5,:hJ1?Lq,.,gpg . 5- , 1' 'Nl' ' ,,2I5",j''g41,l1:,:g,f, r , 1,.i'Li,,Qj?24:? 43-j'i5.,3'.,f, r, f a "', , ' " i lg . is I1 " . ,A ,, Jf if y 35 - . -':f, 4'Q,,5'QE1'i,:F'ia.,"':i.' ' 4 pg: f f 'f M"' if f ff f 'iz f M x ' il W 2 W f 5 1' A' 4 " , f ' f Q 1 53,15 W Q we 1 ' L 1 ,,L. 9 S, f ff if x i 2215.-.ff S 'v '- " S P ' X 1 , ,Q ' - J ' ' ,,:: Q25 N f -Q ' K' - , - 1"-'ii " ' lg ' 1 2 f K7 xx Q I A -1.,1ffV.w .M 252- ' " . img' ' - ' 1 1 ,Ci M P' . :, ,eg an 2 " - - wwf -s-w,wQ:,W-,Q-,-M.wif.: .' 1 I , , ,fn - -- - , " 3 I is 2 f 7 ' "W H 1- -,E E, ,gig 2' :E '- H ,V , ,, f . A - "L , ' ' ' rf' " ' . " - ' " - Eff" 545,412 1:4343 ., A, , h gf-1 'v 1, . 'Z-,, , F . ' Q31 f .nw ,f ' 1: -' ff-I ,ff'ffzmff,',, If' "1'L1!f2'i P? ,, , ' . ff fnffww . ww, 1, -. ,Wg 1 "",""' X' ,sn W,QQ,,5g,y ., ,,.,., -25435 , f .5 W! ff-lg., ,,..-'I Q44 A ff - .iff 1' 'z ,4 ,gk .- ,A .... 'ir Athlrtun -w-,- -neu 7 -r t I PM 'W-1 5 jg, ff f-. sf-iffy "'1 ':' - "SF, ,W rf- f - pl- Q fl ex f " i' "' "" ':Qmj""'4 " ""' I -,. ifE"--, 7 W 4 Tl' "'t'g,'Q.,A vm-, ' .v ..a,.' Alfa' Af. 'lfb-. ..A x 1 xv gl fr-ff-N. I 'gum Leffs' M4,m.M,.W' qgggmg AQJCJV - A - , . 44.4-aig-L Xl X 'r I ,lf I X 4. .M ,W X XX wld XX X wx M li All I 1 We l xl- , X X , .9 rl .XZ X' I A Xxx f Y X .1 X ,J lr XX. N 1 X . X, 51,071 COACH C. A. JENNER One of the big factors in making the win- ning football team of last fall was the ef- ficient coaching of C. A. Jenner. Because Coach Jenner came to Enid for his first year and put out a winning team with inexperienced men, he earned the name of "Miracle Man" of Oklahoma football. Coach knows the fundamentals of foot- ball and furthermore, he works con- sistently to put these into practice. To put out the best high school team in the state was the big aim of our coach. He worked willingly for the desired end and the sea- son's record shows the results of his efforts. The man who guided the football destiny of E. H. S. stood for big things and because of this, achieved much. Coach Jenner re- ceived his training at Simpson's College of Iowa. K dell. ' I fill Nl, I ik 3 5 2 f ' 1 7 2 ""-5.2551-L.. 4 Q X Xa-ff ,'hx,. X it if 1 ,Eff-1-rm ,F K " .f-' ---.. "lu, 2 v A ,--GG' XV H ', X X 1 X I xl X 4 Xia X Xjl' l X Fr. X Xi XM 'A X A rf' 1 1 1 fit X A X XX ,AX KL M X i Q Ml XT' ri- Eighty-Nine Ninety CAPTAIN ARBUCKLE UN. 4- 'flrif LW: v 'x 'Jw' :', ' L, ','4 -1-,w-NJ.: 1 5,5 5 mr - jp' I. -I I ,rl-'S 1, .A F 1'f..i,1.Tg, Vi aiu... ... ,L M- . .1 , 'rs Au, -,, ,- v1'i"!:::f' w J X 1 my .V .. :W J 4" gf we 9. ,ll ,d --VL ,. , .. -,wg ..v Ti' el XJAXX E -3 E , M A ee e do , ,E i E afffemidfdifzd if 4:13525 'g., 9 , "'4:4Md:1.M::yi:- "u"'f iffy ' mf ,- A-gig! ll ll I U v X I. 's ll 2 I l' , lm A l 4 Y w THESQUAD ' X ly Y . ll Jenner fCoachJ, Beggs, McLean, Parnell, Everitt, Mays, White fManagerJ, w 1 rx x X l Weissinger, Letson, Arbuckle, Voth, Denner, Lamerton, X, ,Q I Clodfelter, Richey, Haskins, Miller, Cox. IJ 1 fl , , hi w Iv 4 ,' ' N, ff M W, 1 THE LINE-UI' ,ff A l Dale Arbuckle-Captain, R. Half ll , Sherwood Mays-Captain-elect, R. Tackle " John Everitt-R. Tackle Harold Weissinger-R. Guard , ,lm Lloyd Richey-L. Half . 11 X ', Earl Cox-L. Half W, 1, - l, George Beggs-Full Back W l, Joe Denner-Center lg , Edwin Letson-L. Guard 1 hx lx Abe Voth-L. End V, Marcin Miner-R. Half I , , QM Lynwood Haskins-Quarter lxff I rl, l' ' Emmett McLean-R. End W l John Parnell--L. Tackle ' Q Melvin Clodfelter-Full Back ,f fy, 'NX J Park Lamerton--L. End X - J V . 'X' lf - 'Vx deux' I 'llll l :Kia Xl ,UV I K vi!! ,I N ., , : 'f' l if I V , . , 1 'td n ' - .ll ' 'flfffiifirnr-A ---Egg 471 3 -"" ,s "fu Ninety-One N I T f , w f l, ,e g . vrizv P - B' J El-9 -3.2" '15 ' , 1... 1 ,g?l-:L Miz X" if -by gl 'A T 1' - - s- fe. if AF, '.-2 " Er f' 555' "W '- i - fx, 4 LE' We - e ge-5-W ,Q 3 ,444 .. - 1- - - .- g 3 all ' C 515-' ,3L::2f?ff?"1 r 2 'I l fl 4 V, lf ll e H Q ' l swf. IF-' I E - .255 T to 0 G ct l but-'E 1 , n :'1 X y , fv .0 fl " 47" ' f 6 ' If if-' 'ln 1 , x ff I NJA' J 45 AA-Q. .gs ' 1' ls C ' M" 'F' i lv Q' l THE SEASON'S RECORD 4 W, l ill ' 'P Prospects for a winning football team in Enid High have never been brighter il than they were for the 1921 season. With seven letter men and a bunch of raw ma- ' V terial ready for work, Coach Jenner was confident of turning out a team that would N ma e a s rong 1 or s e onors. H, i' k t b'd f tat h M X When the call came at the first of the season, about seventy men respondedg W M most all of these were raw material, but from these line fellows came the finished , " product. Much credit is due to our coach, a new man on the job, because from I this group of inexperienced players he developed a winning team. A cleaner or a J Xi more sportsman-like bunch of football players never played on the Enid gridiron. il 1' They lived up to the laws of sportsmanship and when away from home were congrat- l J ulated upon being the cleanest bunch of players that ever represented' the blue and I jx l white. The team was piloted successfully through the year by Captain Arbu:kle, 'flu I ', ' who received a place on the all-state eleven. No man was allowed to loaf on the :fl ll job, when Fatty was around for he not only told them how to play, but showed them nfl how. I 14 f ,ll Arbuckle, Haskins, Cox, Mays, Everitt, Letson and Lamerton, were the seven old veterans who responded to help turn out a championship team. Arbuckle and Cox A ' ' "I went out for their old positions at half, and Haskins at quarter. Everitt, Mays 'li f J ' and Lamerton were ready to fill their tackle positions and Letson guard. Several 1' XE' X ix men were back from last year's second squad, ready to show some first team man a ' hard fight for his position., p X 1 The men, who night after night came out and allowed themselves to be made ,I ' fy into tackling dummies in order that the first team might be able to defeat other I' "1 -I+ high school teams, deserve as much credit as the first string men. A second teamer Wh N often possesses more loyalty than a first team man. The man who finds it easy to ,fyf HA 2 5' hold a place on the team and so receive the praises of the student body, has no great , , .N uf 41 ol ay. 14 5 x 'sry ' ly -,x ' struggle to get out every night and keep in training, but one who works his hardest every night with little hopes of gaining recognition, possesses the type of loyalty that places E. H. S. where she stands today in football circles. Ninety-Two 1 'gh' F ni ' ..-fi 'sei is :Q ---Ls.-gs 2 I NM LX I -I Q 1 C A 'ite fi, if ,f1gSQ!5!vQ:'2jr e j,,,,,s.TF,:ff- ST ""'- ' - e .nf ....v4...' """"- L 'fin i' 'i ,. e "' 'kk' 'E -gf W 59'-xg. '1,,,,,,, Q juz: fuf mag!! E2 K B" . - . ' E. H. S. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION l it l l lv l ll lx EXECUTIVE ' President ......... .............. - -- Dale Arbuckle f Vice-President ........ ...... F ay Fisher ff ' Secretary-Treasurer --- -- DeWitt Waller Y! lf l 1 MANAGERIAL l y l m A Football --- ................... Waterson White 1 , Basketball ..- ........ Earl Cox ', Baseball ........ --- George Beggs - 54' rl Track ............ .............. J oe Champlin fl - Girls' Basketball .... ................. A udine Drew N ,N Yell Leaders .......... ..... B eryl Thompson, Byron Deck xsl 1 I On October third, at the beginning of the year, officers for the Athletic Association - ly were elected. It became their duty to supervise all athletic activities of E. H. S. and, V ll Eli in co-operation with the Booster Club, to stimulate interest and pep. The officers 3 l automatically became members of the club and were a factor in making it a working ,l ' 1 .I ' body. The holders of season football tickets were eligible for membership in 'the '1 ll H VL Athletic Association. 15' All W7 gli M I i if l l Sl STANDING OF THE BIG TEN CONFERENCE F 1 ll 11 f Q' . ' won Lost Tied Per cent f l l 1 sapulpa 5 0 0 1000 f ll . - Enid 4 1 0 soo it y V X X Shawnee 4 1 0 800 l ly rj 5 Tulsa 3 2 0 600 ' 'Ill Oklahoma City 3 2 0 000 , l j -' , El Reno 1 3 1 250 , M, , , McAlester 1 3 1 250 Y . Guthrie 0 3 2 000 ' 4? fi s 1 . X X l Okmulgee 0 5 0 000 I . lla 52,5 - Blackwell 0 1 0 ooo gin, -Q. ." f V X '. , w il . ll 5' ILS 1, ' ll, ll Q 'I ull In 1 l 1- ' lv- WSL JI 321 4- 1 2 ""'l'-'W ' lla' 'ilfillh .H f 2 lyiwkl al l , 3 1. ..- -3-aj, Ulu Nlnqw-Three :QT-,filet 1: J '25, ' 5 .2 J f.-"H AP, 'Jisfffj f ,. K ' Lum K' " "f-'feez R 'A' Lf,iKff1'ff4F"1'Q3'5lu 1i'f',f fi. , 'E""F'-:, M .Lg 106 , 52' - - 1 , M., A-iff.f!Z2a1'G'fei'QQ?Es.st:'!!?ff , .- 9.-.Pl-. r. -we fl 4 I l lx x Dale Arbuckle+Captain. - A Dale came to Enid when a sophomore, went out XA for football and received a position at right end, 1 which position he played until this year. He has H a sweet disposition, is very cheerful and always 7 carries a smile. Besides being a "whiz" at football and captaining the squad in an exemplary manner, f Arbuckle's very presence in the firing line inspired the fellows with the determination to put forth their best efforts. Fatty held down the position of right ,V half, and received that position on the all-state it mythical eleven. He is a splendid punter and ll broken field runner, and above all, he achieved fame for his line drives and dives. Fatty will be the one ' big loss to the team of '22. He has eighteen years lf, of which to be proud, balances the scales at 148 ffi lbs. and towers 5 ft. 9 in. into the air. i l Sherwood Mays. , Mays, the captain-elect for next year's team, I has been noted for his ability as a football player 1 ,I in " for several years. Because of his aggressiveness, , f S Mays was able to receive a letter last year. This is ,.., . V 'A '3- l year he gained the position of right tackle at the " ' N beginning of the season and held it all year. I-Ie 4, V SX hits the line hard and seldom fails to nail a man ,-. N hiv when he comes through his side of the line. Sher- K' H wood is the kind of player that never sluffs off Abe played for Enid two years ago at the right 'il leaving the hard tackles for the other fellow. ,if By working hard this year he won a place on if the second all-state team. Sherwood will be with 7 us again next season. He is 18 years old, weighs f 160 lbs., and is 5 ft. 11 in. in height. 'P l W' 1 Abe Voth. X tackle position. This year he came back and I Qt! held down the left wing position. Abe is a good f football player and received a place on the second f fl-iw all-state team. He played stellar ball against 'x 1 1 Guthrie and the Oklahoma Cardinals and his ability - Q' , A to gather in passes in the Guthrie game made him gk look good for the all-state team. Voth constituted , , yi one of the few experienced line men upon Whom , i ii 1 Coach Jenner could depend. With a little more self- . ' confidence and "go-to-it-Eli" spirit, Abe ought . - to make a good candidate for some varsity team. .L Voth is 18 years old, possesses 160 lbs. of brawn and " bone and is 5 ft. 10 in. high. 3' I K v or l x flfiiki ie , - ---ss-...e .v 'ff' We 1 1 rfdnety-Four W f 1 -I ,.. . , g . " G.. .- 'fre fill! .153 :LTQJ , QL fu .541 -o , -J H - --.J-'4,,... Wy i 4' z!w .3-, . S r L .fw.:A, .v1441-VMDH Qui E Ev! 'Maul .. f , iv Earl Cox. Cox held down the position of left half through- out the season. Although small in stature, Happy it is the fastest man on the team. He prefers the 4 position of half back so that he can show his speed, , as well as his skill. By working hard last year he was able to make the same position this year, com- ing back with the same old pep. Cox played his best game against Clinton's heavyweights. His ability to be everywhere at once was a big factor' in his winning a position on the all-state second team. When Cox snapped for the pile, and had run his course, he generally got up to hear the referee call, 'First and ten". According to the latest reports Santa Claus has visited him about eighteen times. He is 5 ft. 8 in. high and weighs 148 lbs. John Everitt. ' Johnnie was easily the outstanding line-man of M the 1921 squad. Hc played a stellar game from il one end of the season to the other without injury Y or without taking time out. ,Everitt alternated l with Mays at right tackle, winning the distinction N of being one of the best high school tackles in the , state. He is one of the cleanest players and one of il the cleanest men that over represented our educa- 'NU tional institution. He graduates this year and his W loss will be great. He is 17 years old, weighs 136 lbs. and is 5 fe. 8 in. in height. rf! 4 f ig . , X sl' l' 1 John Parnell. John, otherwise known as Red, held down the Y left tackle position in a very satisfactory manner. 'X He realized early in the season that in order to ble , a cog in a machine, hard, systematic team wor f Y l, would have to be inculcated, into the front rank ll men. Together with this insight came the determin- 'A 'ills ation on his part to be a linesman of front rank, f l li and it can be said to his credit that there were a , il very few times when he let an opponent break X, -WX X through his position for yardage. He could always ,' li , be depended upon when it was necessary for Enid 2 ' to buckle down to a stiff defense after the twenty 5135.1 ', ' yard line became endangered. Red tips the scale ,Xi Nl at 150 lbs., and has been in this world of trials for jk- about 18 years. it i 1 'A 'hi ' H y ' fliiffifiilff 'lf' ,,,,- . -f--..-?5,-ge '1'3'Vl"mL aww 1 J- Ninety Five 4- 'I i i f ' nl -A ri 2 x- Y 'Q J V 'gfyz H- ig - 1, ff: is iF5 fs e - AT W- s s o we rss eff f e 1- ' 1 4 .E a s 1 - - , - E' M2 i s .ss 1 mi -M if 1' ii - f l Edwin Letson. ' , ' Edwin is the heaviest man on the team and X' -s goes by the name of Fat. He does his best when ' things are looking blue and Enid's ten-yard line is ,i il in danger. :Though he is young, he holds down his ,if " position splendidly and never giyes up until he has 3 i given his best for victory. Perhaps his opponents Q ji, ll know best about his bulk of avoirdupois for when i X Q Fat hits, he hits hard. He will make a good man s 1 fer the 1922 team. He is 15 years old, weighs 190 l If lbs., and is 5 ft. 6 in. in height. I 1 Wi lr tl i. ll' A P 'ii Harold Weissinger. 'I 5 I 1Harold.wassthe one half of 'the Red 'lwvins 4 i working to the right of the pivot man. He was not FL' , ' a good bench warmer for he always wanted to get .il 'I into the fight. He was team-mated with Mays and ' Everitt at tackle in opening up holes in the opposing ,V N 1' line for our back to go through. Red played right guard ehd when he hit, he hit like s teh of brick. 1 1 ' He was also a good tackler and was good at get- i ' ting back of the enemy's line and nailing the man ' X ' carrying the ball. Red will be a good man for the li team of '22. He has seen 17 winters and hits the l 'iii' jg! lihe with 150 lbs. of weight. M n l 1 f 'i 7 Xi ' li 'fi ' Park Lamerton. ii J Park, one of the most consistent men on the V N. team, was out every night giving every ounce of ' N his strength. He worked hard and was shifted E lx to several positions during the season. He 1 A ,i NWN 1, was used at quarter, end and tackle and was a de- x 7, 'ill-i gill pendable man at each place. Park hits the line x lil! Ii ' with a vim and seldom fails to get the man he is I , afterg because of this he has won the distinction of ! jf,f,3l 3 1 ly ' being one of the surest tackles Enid ever had. He N. i t V starts out when the whistle blows and does not wi! A ," X give up until the final whistle forces him to do so. '- 'i :W According to UDOCH he is 17 years old, 5 ft. 9 in. Wi, 1 ' tau and weighs 148 lbs. 'iii fi li X' 1 . W rl l " 1: I ffl ' 2 Q iisfiififfh ' 2 0 J--ae 1 -si i f' .--- . - , , N'i'ieGf-six 4 is X . JX "X M f Y , , 1 safes -?.++ gf-S ...T 4 is fl -l ' 7 'ii' 'mf , .. .," v , 'V' ,:iF4E" -,,,t-, 'fi I , -1' .s-.',L-A. Ui ' ,lf . els... 1 I Q ,gi-, jf, s., f A X . 7 ,,,,Sg,., . ,,,3f?fLy"':s'- ' V44 ,.-D M My , Amr Q-El! ,fr .. . .. vi - Martin Miller. Martin is only a junior and great things are ' expected from him next year. He was able to make a letter thislyear, because of his brilliant workeon the second squad when a sophomore. Mil- ler is always full of vim and plays football for all X that is in him, making gains and gains through off- , ' tackleplays. He alternated from half to end ' throughout the season. Miller is not only interested inlfootball, but tries out for every kind of sport. He has won two letters in baseball, and plays Nocca- sionally on the basketball team. He is 18 years old, I 5,ft. 9 in. tall and weighs 145 lbs. ll - W y Melvin Clodfelterf ' 1 3 .' Stubb distinguished himself by his great play- Nh 'Nfl ing against Shawnee. He plays a smashing game it 1 at fullback and is dependable and solid as a rock. JM K When it comes to finding holes Stubb is excellent. ll. lil, ' When he snaps for the ball he never thinks about l ll stopping until the ten yards are made. Melvin is 1 5 ' good on the defense as well as the offense, holding . l X the line when the need occurs. He backs up the line N I M and very seldom lets a man get through. He went ly My out for football last year and played half on the 'Nl second squad. This year because of his reliable and W' steady playing, he landed a place on the first team. iff' f He is 17 years old, weighs 155 lbs., and is 5 ft. 6 in. ,ffl IJ' tall. Stubb will be with us another year. ' 'l l ry Qi ll ' 7 lj . Lloyd Richey. 'W if lu Richey was one of the smallest men on the l, ll team, playing the position of half back. Last year .ly ll he played on the second squad and came back this . , lip, year with determination, landing a place on the first ' 'F ' iw squad. Richey is a sure tackle, and never lets a ' L l lM'n'l1 man pass his side of the line. He is always in the L mix-up and never gives up until he hears the final X x' gy, whistle. Richey will be with us another year. He -1 K is 17 years old, weighs 143 lbs. and is 5 ft. 8in.ta1l. Y tx ' 4 ,n i 1 1 ,I I . . 1 fl l ll ly 1 il-' i ' b J fl 'I , 5 s , . :HI ,ev-" '71 --1 I, ' N I 5. 1 ,asf Ninety-Seven B -R -H-are 5' Q .. ,r li l 1 I "fQ.2s'. 05:5-1-?'r.J?'!?1 . 1 g r g Emmet McLean. ' Emmet, one of the youngest men, was new and inexperienced but he grew into a dependable end. He is fast and has the ability to handle the ball well in receiving forward passes and getting down under punts. McLean is one of the men who will try out for the new line-up next fall. As Emmet is only a sophomore he ought to develop into an all- state end by the time he is a senior. When a man started around his end, he was a "game bird" be- cause Emmet always had a peculiarity of never allowing a man to get by him. He is 16 years old, weighs 148 lbs. and is 5 ft. 11 in. in height. 1 1' sl E.. X- Vi l N - .f g .TE my 1 5 tif A i .2-f - .,- 4 X.. 25,59 -4 v if f-2554,-:T ' F M g -1':. I " N A r ' A vig., ' V' I 'J' ,,,,. hm J, 1 v .1 V T ' ra, ff 1 1 1 V. . ul. fi- , .H R .12 x , A ' I A. in I 1, , , uk, 1 1 l l I ll ! lx 4 l 1 i 1 X. 1 ll I, LI I , K i fl V , l 1 i Y , l ' Ii George Beggs. I W The position of fullback was filled by Beggs Q, when Enid started her first football game this sea- ll ' son. He played a very good game even though it li 1 , was his first year for Enid. Last year George re- Nix ilk ceived a position on the Arizona all-state eleven, M Z., playing fullback for the Tucson Aggregation. A Beggs played his best game against Oklahoma City, ' N making several gains through the line, working rl if well at backing up the line. Many times he has W A ii' proved himself a valuable man,in his way, nailing 'ffl' Il, a man where the line let him through. Beggs is ...fl M1 only a junior and great things are expected of him ' flu' next year. He is 18 years old, weighs 155 lbs. and N . . . ., I , IS 5 ft. 11 ln. tall. I! 'I r . ' ,' I , Lynwood Haskins. ,mi .X ' 'V Bus ffor shortj was tried out at quarterback 1 'f . X and developed into a dependable general. He punts, "' XX passes and stars at broken field running. Bus is an ' V Nj all-round football player and he uses his head in , X running the team. Haskins is one of the very -X V' fnil' young quarterbacks who displays exceptional abil- X V, ity. With two more years in which to play he is ' V1 "'V". I ' .P ll . expected to make the all-state eleven since he placed ' " J X iii Q on the second all-state team this year. He is a good I I V 3 -IN sprinter and is hard to catch when started on a V , j ' broken field run. Bus in only 16, weighs 148 lisp, lbs. and is only 5 ft. 8 in. tall. ,gf i v' ' 1 4 ji r Y" -f!'f A ., , :. K A L' A ' ,I 5 x. 2 if r Z .--ax 2 ' "' . . w -' ' Ninety-Eight 44- X xfxg - +S A V rj-+"A"".QiQ,, 1 I ' Y , ' - V' -Y,, Jx. it ,fkv-5:5-ggtri -1 ' i- 12 ,-it-wa. .Qi-. .HTETLY ,- - - I. - - - - , C- ff--1, 'f -, 'tg -u J., , gb. W -.afar W, 1 .H -JL-.X "J"-' JL. Qi .. VA N. ' '- L7 --Sow , y 'ir vwmgryw W "fgr,:,4ggZ1 M44-F' 'o ' ' f- ' l l 3 r :XX lx lil l 'l x ll' 1 V 1, l ll, 1 l, E. 'x 1 1 1, A W' ill WWI ,L , "1 .X - X xx 1 l .. I 1 ff Joe Denner. Out of raw material Joe developed into a veri- table "Wheel Horse" in one season. He has quite a degree of pugilistic ability and he gives an exhi- bition of his ability when his fighting spirit is once stirred up. Joe put up a wonderful defensive game all season with his best discipline coming at Sapulpa, where he put up a stiff fight. He has the distinc- tion of being the only Enidite to play every minute in every game. It is a serious fact that his position as pivot man will be vacated at commencement time. Joe is 19 years old, weighs 163 lbs. and is 6 ft. tall. SCHEDULE FOR 1921 WITH SCORES Opponent Jett ......... .............. 0 Hillsdale --- - 0 Guthrie .... - - - 6 Sapulpa .... --- --- 14 --- Blackwell ......... -- 6 Ponca City .... ,. ..... - 6 Shawnee ........... - - 6 Clinton --- ---- - 0 Enid ---- 54 ---- 42 ---- 46 -- 0 ---- 47 --- 42 ---- 28 ---- 62 El Reno --- --- 14 --- ---- 35 Okla. City .... 0 -- ..-- 7 Total ...... --- 53 -- ----363 FOOTBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1922 Sept. 30 --- ............... Q- .............. Game to be arranged Oct. 7 .... Oct. 13 --- Oct, 21 .... Oct. 27 .... Nov. 3 .... Nov. 10 --- Nov. 17 --- Nov. 24 --- Nov. 30 --- . 2. X, I 'WI A x ' :WIKI .1 ,Q W :gn 22 --,--- Wichita at Enid ----Guthrie at Guthrie ---------Tulsa at Tulsa -------Ponca City at Enid ----Blackwell at Blackwell --------Sapulpa at Enid -----Game to be arranged -----Oklahoma City at Enid ----- El Reno at El Reno 'f 4 1 'v l 4. fl rl . u JI" W iw. I gh 1 1 ,Q ! 'NL MX VX l 1 x fl. fl fl 5 'ful . 431 6 .Ng 151 ,ni If 1-gf 'fr A :shift I .f'v.J . J--fs-,se ..J,.iffNl9'4 Ninety-Nine 1 , W One Hundred -fl i ,xl .4 r E-. ,T W - I .-,-,-f-. .N gg so c -if T - -?-"4rf'--f tg?fQ- ..c3,,i P' ' --f,..1,V1- ,,. :e rf is-ieejfimfljg-' 1 as e- ,gg - 'ni Av-1441144-M-'W' Amngffggg QE 'UW-A N-...A - 1' l l lx , I I Q Args! , S. M ft Ig Q , 'x fl i w, THE SEASON'S GAMES. lv ll 1 The Enid High School football squad opened the season with two practice games ' ' N with Jett and Hillsdale. These games were easily won and each player had a chance to .A 1 display his football ability. The score with Jett was 52-0, while Hillsdale lost to the i N local men by a score of 47-0. X' i A week later we staged a conference game with Guthrie. They came to Enid in- 'fl tending to take home the bacon, but instead they returned with a defeat and 46-6 score. V H The game was fought hard by both teams, but Jenner's warriors seemed to outclass N, X , their opponents. In this game Cox and Haskins seemed to make the end-run method A, 7 " very effective. The forward passing from Arbuckle to Voth was an outstanding feat- ii ure of the game. ii" it The following week the Jenner men journeyed to Sapulpa, where they met their li first and last defeat. The heavy Sapulpa team out-weighed our eleven and won by a V ' Q' score of 14-0. The first half ended with Sapulpa in the lead by 14 points and through- lm gt out the second half neither team scored. Both teams fought their hardest for they UH fi? were about equal in football ability although not in weight. Miller and Arbuckle were ml, M the outstanding yard-gainers for Enid. Wi On October 21, Blackwell motored to Enid for the purpose of trimming Enid for -"N ' 4' the first time. But their hopes were not realized for they returned home defeated by a I I large score of 42-6. The wind was high and straight football was used to an advant- X 1 'N ' age. Jenner's aggregation fought to the finish. Haskins, Cox, and Arbuckle were the X H ground-gainers for the Enidites. I i f Our next opponent was Ponca City. We motored to Ponca one cold day to bring limi i RX home a victory. The day was very disagreeable for a football game for the wind i ' nh was blowing and the snowflakes were flying. The whistle blew and the game began. 3 1' ,Alix This was a very easy game and most of the second string men were used. The half MX fl! lltijf' ended with Enid's possessing the long end of the score. The game closed with a score . 5' "fi of 48-6 in Enid's favor. Cox and Haskins were the outstanding stars, each making several long end runs for touchdowns. Ponca made their only score by a long pass If-" X f Q but failed to kick goal. l , , . Kaz 4 17114 .e J, I as irate C 'U 3 VTE 41 ' X 'az' ,J X e . -B ---gig: iill I P Ig gy' 7 ni ' J ,fi p c 9,g,rnWll.s. One Hundred One ' t ' P -"' 'S I 2 e-E -ef. 1 - 'S-,ffzfi L2 H524 fe- 552- -ETF ' H . ' , , 'W " f - ,swf 5, if l November 4, the Enid lads visited the Shawnee territory and walked away with 4' K X a 28-6 victory. Shawnee's only score came from the aerial route, while Jenner's fight- f '. ing men carried the ball time after time through the Shawnee line of defense. Every rf' E man on the team played stellar football from the start to the finish. Arbuckle and 1' R Clodfelter were the main yard-gainers in the back field, while Weissinger and Everitt I were plowing holes in Shawnee's line so that the back field could pass through for yard- U, age. f The strong, husky, red-sweatered Clinton team visited Enid on Armistice Day, 'Ki accompanied by the American Legion of that city. The first part of the game was ly played without a score from either side, but later Enid began to display her ability, I1 making a few touchdowns. Cox, Enid's speedy half, succeeded in getting away with ll ' several 70 yard runs for the goal. The line-plunging of Arbuckle and the end-runs 1 1. xl made by Cox were the features of the game. The game ended with Clinton's score in L vi' the oval design and Enid's 62. Between halves the American Legion put on several M al l stunts, and the Hi-Y of Enid formed a powder river on the field. fl i f On Thanksgiving Day, El Reno came to Enid. Both teams were in fine condition I N 1 for a real battle. The game began, Enid scoring in a few minutes after the kick-off. lt' Both teams fought hard and at the end of the half Enid possessed the high score. V The home eleven made three touchdowns in the last half and El Reno, by the aerial N 1 A 'w route, played two touchdowns over Enid. The score ended 35-14 with Enid the winner. H l Xi, One of the biggest surprises of the 1921 football season came on December 2, when V Q, A1-buckle's Warriors defeated Oklahoma Cardinals with 7-0 score. This was the first My M time since 1914 that this had occurred. The game was played before a crowd of two lim, lx thousand rooters, a number of whom supported the Black and Red. The spirit shown "ffl 17 on the field and in the grand stand was the finest exhibition of sportsmanship ever seen ,J on Enid High's field. Between halves a snake dance and several other performances 5 ,N ' were lead by the different yell leaders. ' 'if The resulting score may be attributed to the unusual strength of the Jenner's 1' f ,I defensive machine and the failure of the Cardinals to connect up with the oval. The I' lv , ,V contest was a fighting battle from start to finish, but the Cardinals were unable to 1 A score against Jenner's players. OX . , N Y , lf! V Hunter and Snodgrass, halves, were the shining stars for the Red and Black, lg ," Sl X: while Captain Arbuckle was the standing star for the home team. To Arbuckle belongs im the honor of crossing the Cardinal's goal line two minutes after the whistle blew. I -y Oklahoma City received the kick-off and fumbled the first down, Enid recovering the Y Q 5, Tk' fumble ten yards from Enid's goal. Krauss and Cox bucked the line until the oval I INV " , was three yards from their goalg signals were called and Captain Arbuckle carried it I X "lk for the only Score of the Same. fl 1: - xg f 'if 1 , 'i-miles .- Z2 .sy .'Qzf:w"'ffma K, 5 A , +..,,..-- ,g -1 -19' -- 4.3, P . 140 ,, X One Hufndred Two ' ni L. ,,,,,. W , Y 4, offs, ' x X fsgf! L no L. L, in Q55 no , .f'r'f' 'Wy XY 4 '71T""+'-'. " Ljfffj'-'ill-E5 11-Qi: I 'A , -.W Y-""' "fT'-,-EQ'-.-l- 'Z if NH E 'E wif Q A L g n, '1 em. - A . . ,ni --e-s- ,,, J ., J sf - Jes' N 1 Lam. I - -M L- ,Y W. W- 35- , s jf g- .Jas P1 V,k jb:"b- v1,,,.QE,-nfillflr Yi-V-34 if54Zy-.fLW- Mg-Ji' ,..-f-fsilsiv V .uf - J ,Ii ! I ! i lv l ! , ! in l 'Nui' it ' I THAT SPIRIT 'M M ii! Let 'er ripg rr ' N Let 'er roarg , , Let 'er go once moreg if Enid High School, o'er and o'er. ! 1' Enid! Enid! Enid! Ml! Wil: FJ! Every Enid student is alive from the top of his head to the toe of his boot, full U' ,L of the best high school spirit in the state, when an Enid song is sung. He feels the YN in thrill of the spirit as it grasps him and pulls him into the fun. , I Enthusiasm runs high before a game when in assembly yells are given and songs ! ! ' sungg but the best spirit is shown on the side lines at a game. It is no wonder our ' 1 , players do their very best when Enid High Spirit is backing them and they can hear I lg it in the form of yells and songs from the side line. y All , Our school spirit is found in our halls at all hours of the day. It can not be . I' ,H stamped down although sometimes it is shut out of class rooms when it remains close ' Ni ,r to the door to be taken again by the students into their play and conversation. f ' N" It is very hard to determine what makes this famous spirit. Some say it is !l .X' - naturally here, others that single persons manufacture and distribute it, but we are 'XX of the opinion that it is here through the co-operation of every student in the hopes ! lx I ,I of making and keeping Enid High School Spirit the best in Oklahoma. y ' 1 in xl i "lii'!1H Stand up and cheer, i In i, ig' Cheer loud and long for dear old Enid! For to-day we raise 'Milli' " The Blue and White above all others 5 ,W !v The sturdy band now is fighting, " X' X X, And we are sure to Win the frayg if fx '-KN We've got the vim! We're sure to win! ', .' X 4 For this is dear old Enid's day. ,Lui W y!! 1 vii Iii , in ie al' 4 5, 'X ' 'lg -an v .D . qs-'i,., 41 i iw , J Klutz !' 2 ' ' if ,K :V 2 .ess L :Lennie -'UM is One Hundred Three - - : . -HA. -,E 3-. -7-15 2 2. Tv., . -,ae "4--up-5 , -5 , L: I ,Af . ns., " N. , - ,ji f nm Eff. ,Q 3 """,,2, x 'rf k g. r--1 ge, -'-,. ,. -1--Q' ' ' ' :.- H: , r . if -3 . . wr,-"I . , I 4' . 4. -- -3 H -Q? . , 1, L- , , g . ' ,A '-, 1 A' 1 if, x'--' .. '.. " .4 1 Z ' -- . ,- Y- -1.1 'bmp '..-. :, '. ' .J -.. 1- ,. -,..-...HAL lu. Q: ' -4+-. . 1 -w' - -. .- -fi V ' . . . 4 ' ' -"- lm -fr T N " W J A 2' -f' 2 "U .E 'fav - I 'P 1 zyj' 'Pez-f -f-if nvllaxff g by 1 ,l it ' fl X ' I , L 5 .il 1 1 il e ii lv CL l. l. 1' ' " nl ,il 4 , K , I ll X i .W , I i I lk 9 - - 5 a 3 T a S lf i ,Ill ,. Y 'X 'eb we 1 ' BASKETBALL SUMMARY I 1 l I Quite a few students of the Blue and White came out for basketball when the ' l ' first notice was posted but after much drill and hard work the number was consider- A ' ably lessened. As the time for the first game approached there was much guessing ,H as to who would be on the first team. One day Coach Jenner posted a notice as to It ' who was to dress for the first game. The men chosen for the first trip were , 1 If Q Arbuckle, Haskins, Parnell, Purnell, Snoddy, Williams and Wells. I K A l Enid started the season with all of last year's letter men except one, and some X ! additional material. The season was fairly successful although Enid's quintette fell ,QQ I to defeat of several stronger teams. w 2 The team had a hard schedule and won only one conference game. They for- I X feited two games because of the death of Mr. Shaw. V i Entering the tournament at Phillips University, Enid won easily from Covington , M by a score of 23-17 but lost the second game, after playing off a tie, to Watonga by My 'PI a score of 21-19. LJ ': . Mfg, , The following men were given letters for this year's work: Arbuckle, Parnell, 'YI . Pumell, Williams, Snoddy, Davies, Wells, Haskins, and Clodfelter. N ' if la ' 1 J fx I I THE SEASON'S RECORD f ,N il n ' ill! lk Enid 31 .... -- Shawnee 39 M ll Enid 21 .... .... T ulsa 43 X N E 'd 24 .... .... J k 30 i , in Ex. 25 ss., S.,,i,':.2 45 gli. N Enid 39 --- ....... Nash 22 A,' 1 I I 'Q Enid so .... .... G uthrie 18 ,W ' 1 Enid 27 .... .... S apulpa 34 ,yfglj N fl , Enid 18 --- ..... Shawnee 28 X 1 1 Enid 23 .... --- Covington 19 f XX X , Enid 19 --- .... Watonga 21 ji Q! if Enid 19 --- .... Deer Creek 17 E21-we .g. Enid 21 --- .... Blackwell 26 "vw ,' A ,ki A 2 N - ' na' I A 'Q I ,i rsnigiii' , wfiigsvh jf , . 2 ---2.3: ..gQAU"b"'fmff Q., 1 M ' ' -- N M, .. One Hundred Four . VKX 1 I JE' 'firm' 341-iilrffwffiri ' : ""i1 " ' -Q. Q' , 'TA' T' " " as fy ., . no i' ...imc ea- .L L-' Y- ' Q, s .av fwwwifrfe amqiewff umm af f X' a..w-WU'-4- g asa '-v l . If BASKETBALL GAMES X The basketball season began this year with a conference game with Shawnee. l i The team went to Shawnee and lost by a close score. Every player who took the ' X trip had a chance to show his ability as a basketball player. Arbuckle was the main . goal shooter for the Blue and White. SX The next two games were also away from home, the first one with Tulsa and the second with Jenks. The game with Tulsa was hard fought by both teams but the ii game ended with Tulsa in the lead. Haskins, Snoddy and Arbuckle were the out- standing players when it came to working the floor. X I The heavy-weights from Sapulpa were the next team with which we tangled. ,L A special assembly was given over to them and a good showing was made. The game E was played that afternoon and Enid again fell to the feet of their opponent. Arbuckle X XF X and Davies were the mainstays of the Enid cagers. 1 Shawnee next came to Enid to play a return game. Enid had once fallen before , A 1 the Shawnee team but was determined this time to push them off the map. The f' game started and both teams displayed excellent team work. Arbuckle again was the X star player for Enid. Haskins also played up to his usual standard and was a hard lk 1 man to guard and a hard one to get through. Vincent and Campbell were the out- standing goal sharks for Shawnee. The half ended with the score close, with Shawnee 1' il at the long end of the horn. 'X , It 'li' Jenner's cagers took their next trip to Guthrie, when for the first time, Enid il came home with the bacon. This made the first conference game that Jenner's men X 1 had won. Both teams played good ball and Arbuckle, Snoddy and Wells played up . to their usual standard. I l 1 H" NJ 'i' A return game with Sapulpa was played on the same trip. This game was un- ll' W WX' usually hard fought because Enid had once before gone down before the Sapulpa f'.Xf team on their home court. Davies and Purnell were hard fighting players for the XIX ' Blue and White. Jones was the leading goal shooter for Sapulpa. The last whistle ' li blew with Enid at the short end of the score. I X, The last two conference games were cancelled on account of the death of Mr. Shaw. V rw ' ' IU 'i 1 Enid played their next game with Covington in the Invitation Tournament held I , . . ,Xl at Phillips. Enid Won easily by a high score. Their next game was with Watonga. w il X The teams were about evenly matched, and therefore the game was a good one. The X .ix XXX half ended with Watonga two points in the lead. Arbuckle's men came back hard and l- it . - . . -. , 1-3 X tied the score. The final whistle blew with the score tled 19-19. - X X1 Mix . 'Til' i An extra five minutes were played. Watonga succeeded in making the first field X A I ' "Xi-'X goal bringing the score to 21-19. The last gong sounded with Watonga two points to jjj. ' 7 the good. This eliminated Enid in the Invitation Tournament. 5 X X I1 . IIQXX, X XX When the Eighth District Tournament was announced, Enid again enlisted, their ' I' 'I X , ,X KX , X first game being with Deer Creek. Enid eliminated them by a high count. Arbuckle's '1 2 squad next met the strong team from Blackwell, and the home team was eliminated !'.IXl ii' X! ', X by them by a score of 30-20. This ended the basketball career of 1922. - J. ix H5 J 'i , U w - - 1 'D li . ff' ' i ' i f "Ti: 5 41 fwfr' atfaflxg-AX, ,III XX . fm " ,, ---?-3 e--4.3-W" One Hundred Five . I l 4 'P ig 'ig givfil "X" 'Q I 4 Al" xi .:Q'3Eb- if fig wh , Q-'fig ifi- in ' ' Ls. a css v a. xref nf . .. ,2- es' .J - -- af-I?'Z"'SH"ff ' H1 17m5 5.- 1, I I i l. X 1 X Dale Arbuckle. ' i Arbuckle, captain, started the season off in fine 1 l shape. He is a good player and never lets up until ll the referee blows his whistle. Fatty is fast on the lit floor and is the hardest man on the line to guard. lg, j His speed, his easy manner of handling the ball, and his accuracy mark him as a hard man to get gp away from. He never goes into a game without a if smile and never comes out without it, because he carries it with him continually. I ll, Fatty held down the position of forward, be- 'J ' ing a shark at shooting baskets, and hardly ever f A missing a free throw. ! ,I H' ,L lm 1 X UN Q Lynwood Haskins. 'tx lv Bus played guard, and was always dependable, 1, ,lit never slacking up in a game unless he was sick. M 'LX He was in the mix-up continually, showing remarka- ' X, ble team work with Arbuckle throughout the sea- 1 X, son. Bus is excellent at long shots, and in every 1 ' game he managed to cap two or more from the tl' middle of the court. As he has two more years My ,'f,r with the Blue and lVhite, and two years ofiexperi- . M ence, he is a valuable man. Bus is fast and is there I f' ff! when it comes to handling the sphere. ,r il I I if it - , wi silt Leonard Wells. 'ix Leonard played a fast game at center, and he i, showed up in great style with the other centers of , xl, ,V ,2 the Conference League. Wells is good at working l, hw? the floor and quite frequently makes long shots. He mill! played on the second team last year and came out ' Wy, Nfl, this year with the determination of playing on the f 'A A' squad, which he did after working hard for the lj. 'fx center position. He seldom missed a tip-off, no elm -',, 'X . matter how tall the other fellow happened to be. 'Q ' " 1 Wells receives a di loma this r and l av 1 K " ai H . I ,I p yea e es ts . , .J with a hard place to fill. N 75:17 f qi ,,,, y , . . 11,4 AI . . l 2 ,-1 - , , H - g 2 I-1?-4.x-sraf 'W' 'svju 'i ' WW "7"- One Hundred Six If ufxx H , g ' e 7 , -g ee f'f'7-'.i1'lfT"'Vfihx.1'iz:' V if 'u 'fire N' 7 uma .L Y 'E JT fhgeiiz-iff gf Ti:-4,-. to ni -4 J. fl, .aa st A v fr, - '- f - 323' ., if - ,llLI,,jfL,.4g5fffn.- vM,,,,,Vq ,ui "fQM5,7,.'g ,ggi . f.-. .e E io-awilllffggw f L- John Parnell. Red was out of the game most of the season, on account of an injury received at practice, but was back in time to show his Irish disposition in the District Tournament. Red is a real fighting guard who showed up to good advantage at the tournament. He some- I' times showed his ability as a football player while guarding an opponent, always fighting to the l last, giving old Enid the best that he had. Red v 1 i played guard for Enid last year, made the all- tournament team, and won a reliable reputation as a basketball guard. He intends to go to college next ni Il l 1 4 rl J L 3?T::""'1 I axe, N i 151 -al i,1 1 f I ,I l I il l l 1 M. U year. lg si ' '. l U1 ' H i 'li lf l li "G Xl .5 Melvin clodfelter. i ,lf 'lvl Stubb played his first basketball game with flu l X Enid this year, being a member of the second Al W team last year. This year he worked up to be a l ll dependable guard. He played good basketball : X throughout the season, and seldom allowed the op- 'ii i 5' ponent's forward to go through his zone. , Melvin is small, but valuable, and we expect 'W pf him to be out with the same old pep next year. W ' f 4 F' I ' ln W 1 V ' l f iii' ff . ill! 1, 3. Louis Williams. M W Lanky was a letter man last year and was one Q lil X of the mainstays of the team, but this year, on ac- i, f count of sickness, was unable to play the same class kill of basketball. He was at home in the center, f H- hardly ever missing a tip-off. On account of his 6 V ,MMI ft. 5 in., he was always able to out-reach his op- ,fm gl ponent and this enabled the rest of our players to 'W make a good showing, for the tip-off is always what M I' x I counts. Lanky's accurate basket shooting, is an .N ll 'In 5' M outstanding feature of his work as a player. He 'gh l .114 in will be greatly missed when the call is given next , ,W , 'vw year. ,1, , lil I ',V. I l I l lil! .I P ., Q:a' iris-6 F ' Q ' pix 915k Q " i gg. .:sL ---Q-Q5-girq... 13 ,W Y One Hundred Seven f g K f g ..i - "' -'Fay '- 4' 5 f-L 1-. 2-5-. K '3 -,-SE . N3 J'-gif ' 255- 4 v f 2 Y., Tliga-'ig' d'i15"'ii' E 1 -s aff?-W fm MQ 1-: 'ft iii. J - f -.,. -..,fifE!9i'!'.?Z-afaizi 2 fi -F"" - 1. i17A'?:?3'Ff:'t' il l , l w , 4 x f' 1 'Y i Charles Purnell. ,L Charles played his first game with Enid this if ' winter. By working hard and constantly he won a Q' place on the Enid quintette, playing either guard or j' forward. Purnell's place on the squad is credited to 'i ' his clean playing and hard work, never giving in till the end of the game. I It He was out every night and sometimes played l .i on the second squad, but he kept on just the same ij N and won a letter by hard work. Charles came from I. i Wichita two years ago. He is only a junior and If will have another year with us. N ,X if 1 ii! i V Clarence Snoddy. ii Clarence puts more fight into the game than ,ffl fl any man on the team, never loafing nor leaving the ir work for the other fellow. Snoddy played a smash- ii: ing guard all season, and was dependable when it L xl, came his time to do the fighting. He won for him- +A self a name as a basketball man, when his spectac- in ri . . , 1 N ml X' ular playing in last years tournamnt created much W' Ulf comment.. Snoddy leaves us this year by the gradu- 'X-'if 'fd ate route. i , 1 . - L I I l . iilif, ii ,L Vaughan Davies. 4 X ru' Davies covered the forward position on the "Vx N by team, and also alternated with Bus at guard. ' 'K J Mi . He is a good defensive man, and also plays well on ' - ' gjliill the offensive, making shots from the middle of the Wi! L court. He took a few trips last year with the first N Ii team and received a little experience as a basket il , ball player This year he played in almost every 1' i he is a member of the senior class game Vaughan will not be with us next year for if jj - www if figs, ll , ' 9 ' .1 Alkjn, n I, f H g: C, I-Bag: , ...aussi mf W7 -"i. X ,- fil'lG-2ciji'll'l'1dl'6d Eight , , 'xii i ' V ' ji, , ,V . . X X. . ' A l 7 A 'HN K fiat iv . U i' ' ,. p, ni' A L ' . 1 .7 ? ,. 22 ll' ' I . fe X B3 s 51-1. iDseef,h1geQ' sfe'-14' :ie l LK D+ Tee, , , 01 0 1' Ju.. - 7 2 . I - ' nw... "inf-?f' "'- '-6 N' JCL-A. -X .seu'.e' -"' 'df' -we-W W- as-:J . L ' -fw- ss .-,.Ml.1l eas e- 1-efes-eeMw.. .es l l1, 1 l l I . R H 1 , N ii "T 0 00" ul l F Q1 THE TEAM 5 E Collins, McLean, Arbuckle, Day, W NH' Groves, Vacin, V. Davies, Cox CCapt.J .Pl 0 f 1 fl, ,ll 11' xii 'l 1 THE EVENTS ,V l 1 "i .1 ,ly V. Daviesg Discus, Half Mile. 5 ' .7 ll ,1 Collins, Mile, Half Mile. ,J f ' 1' Coxg 100 Yard Dash, 220 Yard Dash, 220 Yard Low Hurdles, 120 Yard f l High Hurdles, Relay. , ,ii Nl lx Arbuckleg High Jump, Shot Put, Javelin, 440 Yard Dash, Relay. 5 , N, ,gif McLean 5 Pole Vault, Relay. S Gravesg 100 Yard Dash, 220 Yard Low Hurdles, 120 Yard High Hurdles, ,T M, l 'ii Pole Vault, Relay. QWQ1 ,lj ff I rw.. 1 N ,fq1, l'1 , Q iv ' fl x 1' 11 Day: Mile. Vacing 100 Yard Dash, 220 Yard Dash, Broad Jump. ll? .iw .fl 1 ' ' l 551, E Ill: :Alf f X :s f .1..s- 3: D, ,N 22 ... O1-ie Hundred Nine S42 1 ,, ...Q-.1N'?i, ,l il, ,- , V g--va L9 A , N GIQLQ. 051:-13'-.s.E?'E?f ,,, 'V .. . 1 .- 1921 TRACK REVIEW 1 . Last year was the first time Enid High School put out a successful track team Several men turned out for a try at the new sport. Coach Rhoades picked from these, several of the best, and trained them into finished material. Last year more attention w V Y 1 V - L' 72- 'C " r J -A -2 Yi 'Gif' 1: :Z M 1 E -.H .3 A A 'Li if ' f n -T.-'ff'-A ti ,bv ral.: SQ' H' '1 f ' J tv- -3. 1' r s'h - .:. . .. ., f 1 me a .,, 1 . ' F l 'I I l ,W - EH f ll 5 r ,. n 3 i 1 ,I Q . 1 ff V N Y ft f ly . N l I . - l was paid to track than ever before in the history of Enid High. Each man put all l if I the power he had into putting out a winning' team. Arbuckle, Cox and Davies were J ,K if the only men who had had previous track experience. i' y The Garfield County Meet was held here and E. H. S. lost first place by one lm " point, Waukomis winning the meet. Enid came second with Marshall third. Has- ,JN l' I 'ly brook of Marshall was the man scoring the most individual points. Cox of Enid came X, Nfl ll second. K N L ln In , i ' lil 5 a If W Ml! f 1922 TRACK PREVIEW ,ff f' ' l W1 All the men on last year's team will be with us during the 1922 season and I Il jfs, strive to turn out the best track team in the state. Enid High has never had such L1 . 5 X, i 'li a good chance to put out a winning team as she has this year. With the veterans are ' 1 a few new ones who are trying for a place on the team. Collins, who took second in I' if I the mile at the County Meet last year is out now, determined to take first place at ix ' N the Stillwater Meet. Vaughan Davies, who took first in the discus last year, is train- ' ,N g 'Vx ing his arm diligently. A1-buckle, who won iirst place in the shot putg Cox, who won xl il first place in the hundred yards 3 Groves and McLean who tied for second place in the ,ll VJ' pole vault, are all out trying to break the records of last year. ', X 17' These men are all training hard in order to take the trip to the state meet held , I . xl at 'Nm-mm. p 11,1 lvl 1 w i ' Ai. A ,f I A .A K 1. War li ,fi Q! N1 , V I ' ly if ,, Q ' 1 KR!-v' if ' , 2 ,,i5Q,g3., .- r , - 'v '- 5' . ' ihflfgfigfjlfh' A 2 ----2?-gg Q1-QW gs' , , -, x .- 1 T. --Sue Hundred Ten ffl. u L c . .X X fx as fa , 55 L F Sgfieic, as ,M refs- ' ef, g ' we ggi'-J-f' wwf-f ,a ni if . ,I " X? -1ff,,1,, Y' 'W - .9 ...al A,L--'g- la- '- ,J +A!-'QM 'A 54 lv ,, ' pmilgvgh' 44411!1,M 'f .fun , A xga'!df-Eg ' Lrg-,Q ' I GIRLS' BASKET BALL f , 9 r I I u ll i M m MISS ALICE HAMILTON l A Rf l for ,V J F75 I I4, Miss Alice Hamilton, who wears four stripes on her Southwestern sweater, has yy ' made the Enid High girls' basketball team what it is today. Miss Hamilton is not X ll' 'lx only a coach, but a true and devoted friend to all the girls on the team. In all the A lx Ng, years to come Enid High will never have a coach more fair to her work, no one so ' 1. ,r determined that Enid High should have a winning girls' basketball team. All of this ll! X 'W year's success and the success of the three years preceding is due to her cheerful ' efforts, unselfishness, and ever-ready enthusiasm and determination to give Enid High y lf. xx the best team she has ever had. wx All spectators, who have seen our team on the iloor at work know that a real coach iq' M is behind the team urging them to victory-a coach who is not only a good player W A 'A herself but one, who by her sweet personality, can inspire others to work faithfully "UI Y, for their goal of fair playing. 'NX AIN' w - rig., i ' :FW I F' 1 X , H ,M 22 ...se I., 1 . One Hundred Eleven , "' . -': ' 1 J -',,,, -la. -.2 is-L is -Y , - E 1 N- K - 1 - , 5 ff -:L-is-fa af. -' Mid fx - 5' -if' - A " H- : 1.1. -' ' E -' -er .1 ,L .5. ' H if .433 4 ' -. 1 1 We law, -'ii-swat yy fi -W. 1, if--Q ' - -am , if 1-ig. ' :mf xt .'F.:1iq,'. . .. 'p.g,p,, 2 -D 'H '-is-. - -. -.-' ,, mg.f-,::..:- r . .. 1 - - '-.-.,.."1i',j'4vrfd-fi.-f"'z?T'll!ml"E".'4"f'1-' ' . -- , ' . - x -f ' - 'r V ll, fr i B 1 ."' by 'ld L. an .- up l 7 I Q M Ruth McDonald-Forward. lf' l Ruth, one of the mainstays of the team, played every game with the same determin- 'J v ation and skill. She always sent the ball through the basket and kept the score high ll for Enid. Being small was an advantage for her, as she was able to be faster ' 1 in her teamwork which was splendid. This is Ruth's second year on the team. LQ ll 1: l x A I , Audine Drew-Second center. ,a Audine started the season at second center. She was on the ball all the time V Ml' regardless of her height. Her team work was fast and accurate and she was always g V, at the right position to get the ball and send it to the forwards. Audine is a soph- , fy omor and spectacular playing is expected of her the remaining two years of her high xl school course. 1, Ruth Bebbs-Center. K During the two years Ruth played she always was able to start the ball in the fr right direction from the jump-off. pShe was a steady player at the pivot position 1 around whom all the plays were built. Ruth played every game and has a good knowl- ' ' edge of basketball which she puts into practice. She is a junior with good prospects .R for next year. J .I I 'ill Katherine Hitchcock--Forward. 1 ' l V, As captain of the team, there could have been none better. For four years she if - has played forward, being the only senior on this year's team. Because of her per- l sonallty and fair dealings she won the co-operation of every girl who came out for ' basketball practice. Katherine was an excellent court player and a tireless leader by i of her team. fx, iz l Erma Arbuckle-Guard. M Q A faithful player, who was always on hand for basketball practice. was Erma , l Arbuckle, sister of our famous Fatty. She did not play in every game but while ' i l in the game she showed she had the making of a srong guard for next year's team. JM' X ll, A girl of her ability will prove valuable at any position. Wi: Velma Offner-Forward. 'Wy' 1 The little bobbed-haired girl who caused much comment at the beginning of the f l If year was Velma Offner, who played forward. She played a good offensive game, fs gh f ' never missing an opportunity to score for Enid. Velma is a steady and a fast I W' '-.7 worker with good floor work. Being a freshman, she has a chance. of being the best ', ,,' I i forward Enid has ever put on the team. X, ' l J' Helen Barber-Second center. ' , . Little but mighty, Helen kept the ball going Enid's way in every game she played a .Ili f Her size was no handicap because her quick movements and watchfulness made I l l ' her an excellent player, and one who attracted much attention on the side lines. Helen is a freshman and great things are expected of her the remaining three' -'Q years of her school course. Y Alma Fuhrmaster-Guard. 'ax "li , Another big factor in passing the ball was Alma Fuhrmaster. From the opening 'J of girls' basketball practice she worked hard for her place on the team and bv her ' det rmlnatxon skill and untlrlng efforts reached her posxtlon as guard She was a goo defensive player and was always ready to send the ball across the court to our forwards Myrtle Lee Boyd Myrtle Lee was a guard who was on the 1ob to get the ball and always sent it ac ,V curately over the center to the forwards She never lost an opportunity to get the J ball thereby showing her ablllty to play real basketball Being a freshman she has l M, 'Q , l i s fl lx l Ill I xl : 1 ,' ll' xl l 'Ex f 2' N 11 9 ' lkf. u 4 , . T fax.: Q .-fgwr - --as .asv W 0 One Hundred Twelve . . . .. ,. - ,fy . ' 5 i , , , I Q' AM' ', , ' V' A X u L l i -. H . . li! 'N ' K l - K fy!! I 'Q ' a chance of becoming a famous guard on the Enid sextet. She is full of enthusiasm " and determination. ,,:,' f ' A , '-f. . A ' 'S I j 'N ' , , 4 , 22 ' sw-L ll. E I WX X, , TN Q -l -1 ... E ,E :E Ego J ' ' "H 4, ff,fTT+,:,' f f""ii:':,':,i' 3, 339 " ' A , j, 1 , ww , - we . E ' .dw . -' JLPM- A W aw ,w - .h- M4 m. -V::,m3 M: -My ffwnlz, M wr Af .fi M459 -N rg- - I I I, fi ,I pw fi X . islx AN ,W xi I vi N igr li ,, WI ii! , I! VV in TN -lj- ' r Ni lxi I 4 V in i ,J, Enid Enid Enid Enid .-A-, W ,- W 4 , fm g fi il I ' 5 E Egfr if I ,k. 'fi v-i. TEAM Offner, McDonald, Hitchcock 1CaptainJ, Fuhrmaster, Bebbs, Hamilton fCoachJ, Barber, Boyd, Arbuckle, Drew. GAMES I22 North Enid Lahoma 16 Nash 18 7 I Marshall 35 N WLC! J 1 ,N V U 5 . f. 1, X 'W vi ANI Nik X ll aw l wil M ' M'ii'7' ' X ' 's im ix ,ki ii N5 7 If ' Zvi" "Q N fr ...S , my -:et One H uindred Thirteen -16-K X - . . V A -P. i V- . . C - .iss-J, ?'- 3 :"... y E , A :. , -G -4 V ae A , . ' f,g...p?v " E 13, 4' 1' s 'ignores f f e- ,L -H ---:-.., 'fi 1'-5, , 4.-' M31 GF: ", ,, 4- -- . ,ai ' ' " ' if 12 l N x X. li v I rf! lj l l s l u i 'J . 4 1 1 It H R , l l i f L 'H l 'V il 1 , I l x -'-za e M 'fs..,.f1,.f,-na. ,t .. . Y--f . ., , ff. 'eff Q TT: pu 1, - .if .- 1 .- , -,, '-':i'Ef.fa:ssaZ.5i??-'fs s - g W -.. . .- 'f' .4 A REVIEW OF THE GIRLS' SEASON If anything is worth doing it is worth doing well. This seemed to be the attitude with which the girls came out for basketball practice this season for when our girls' basketball team entered the Phillips Tournament they entered as an undefeated team. Liz.. I n l 3 r 4 ... - I 'nz-Ax 'V 7 Y 'ef UZ1, J" f 1 i l. If I" When the call came for girls, there were quite a number of girls, who came out, and with this material Miss Alice Hamilton was quite confident of a very successful season. Like the two preceding ones, this was made successful through the untiring ef- forts of the girls' coach, Miss Hamilton, and it is to her that much credit is due. The one great thing that Miss Hamilton coached the girls to do, was to be proficient in team work, and without a doubt this one thing characterized the girls' team. They were especially fast in getting the ball down the court, a thing which is very hard to do in girls' basketball since playing space is so limited. There were six of last year's players to iight for Enid High. They were Hitch- cock and McDonald for forward, Fuhrmaster and Arbuckle for guard, Bebbs and Drew for center. There were quite a few new girls, and with these as a nucleus for next year's team we have big chances tolwin many honors in the future. - The opening game of the season was the one with North Enid, a very fine start for our season for we won by quite a large score. On February 3, the girls' and boys' teams staged a very successful double-header with Nash High School. This game showed the girls' superior ability of team work, and ended with the score of 30 to 18. One of the fastest games ever played on the E. H. S. gym door was the one with Lahoma High. In this, the score was 45-16 most assuredly in favor of E. H. S. K ll X li V 1 1 , . I. I 'K l fl K , mi li. will ,M iw! if i x I If X Through some misfortune Hitchcock High School girls forfeited theirygame in xx' f favor of E. H. S. Our team met a sad fate at the Phillips Tournament where the I I f Marshall tossers defeated them by a small margin. On the whole we have had a very 5 fini" H l successful season, and we have a bright outlook upon the future. , it ' f' l w if tx ,JI X ie' gg: ii . .3-' ,' f I 2 all 2 if I , ' ' W F-J' fisqsfta ,i -B 22 M-ass 144 1 K One Hundred Fourteen ..-ze-Z-'rf-L... ...- -.,.,i,.- ., W. .... .,,.-, ....,,-V-...- .U 1 M.-7-,?.-b?T,..,,,,,,,,.,., I . L ,N ,W , - - 5 5 f c , . .-.Q 4' f f W, 1 A ' ' 4 ' I , , , , A - 'f A f . W wg, ., f lx R, X 1 , V .4 ,, 3, ,-4K-,,g-,.,' W , V f J X , , X gf ' af DREW CENTER THE "EQ GIRLS OF '22 ...... ,,,.- X ......-J.. , L. Qu' L , H1 ..-X PJ' Lv. I! F 51' I Iii Af Ei UZ' 'j.. L.. W 4,6 V u FHL DIN, V ff? :X F iff' fi F7 ,Wg 1 . wp, C1 NX . f H' will L,.O .,,. xy 1 :,N,.:' U' il 'r P WN ' 21 1 H ' lj., F ' L .Vs f f. X . ! f 4' Tx 46- ngm ffl ZPMN if H115 5 I fjgf'Z.F , A '!4f'11'.'. y , .,, . , X, g Wig, ,Mg ., a 1 ' H ,r 'N1 :Q Wx-'10 HW,-'M FMA QM pp. PP-J" V , 1, 5 . ix X 1- f,,.,1 1- x fn A 1 N 1, A 1 -4, 41? Wffl-Y ii: 3 gy, 311. N:J,',,'r '3 fx' S' W H' i"x,,A,', H- ,':,. ew' F," X-X M -Ms ,, , Y, ggi. Aj, .fy-3 A W V , 1'-.1-: , 1, '- ' 1,:.-LAg1- F!-1 .ufv V ff' 4 4,5 "1.. '41 ,Q .Y.f:'.+,'51: 1- f -ff , ,. f MD. ,fm-A.,, .M I W One Hundred Fifteen if ' 1 L f g X, ' 1 A ' "ss 1 'sy ig , so - ,e if M E --1 .,,. Af- e Siiifif-' i ' 1f y-as i A 'ff-"file 5-3 ' ' 'W 23" i' - ' ' W 'ie A ,JMX - '- W U, e , Y rf e , ,Q a.z:,1fQf11iffi , , . LA - 1 x I! iv fi if ri ii if iii Ill N' If ln? ' i y I .X l la-lj ll 'i' T0 THE WEARERS OF THE "E" ' a' w 9 tvg' in " The "E" is yours by right of conquest. 'k W You won the right by efforts big and strong li, K, Upon the field, the court, the track. .L , n ' Standing out upon your sweater white, MW, Q Fairly trumpeting significance, '4 W It means that you are "E"ver loyal, UI pi "E"ver true to standards and ideals highg 0 It means you gave the best you had to give, Ili' li A Ana Enid High resumed the U N 'if The symbol of appreciation. V, 'ig' In W ' A " wif y' " ,ti rl KW f J' l Q' ' V ig I' 1 K F li ff fi 1 X: ' "iv A! V A fig, iii' Z All 'I if 'fig .- . 1 fs , -em g- wfwc ' 2 f--ai 1, fn -"" X One Hundred Sixteen ,Y 'i 'EZETL ff? Ax' ,J .' Ailiuitirn I V 4-X ----H 1 ,W rf., 'Q fg - ,L-Qggb , vwmMAW' "' ' idea'-sffiW'tW7w .sa-.ell 'I l A if X. X dnf " , , 71:1 I .-N ' 1 5' ' 5 xi Mix V V! is X 2 Ci 'ii Q il 8 32 all WW S ' wi iii" I HISTORY OF ENID HIGH'S DEBATE ' ' Debate has had quite a prominent place in E. H. S. during its existence in our N M midst and many schools have been bowed down in defeat as a result. There have 1 1 N been debates ever since there was an Enid High but in 1913 debate took a decided l N1 ' f advance. In this year the Enid teams defeated Wellington on the question of Govern- W 1 ment Ownership of Railroads. In 1914 a dual debate with Guthrie on the question, l'-w 1 Resolved: That no tolls should be levied on the U. S. vessels passing through the . lm Panama Canal, resulted in the affirmative teams of both schools winning. 1 : W In 1915 through the efforts of William P. Canavan and John H. Bass, coaches, E. M A I H. S. produced two all victorious debating teams which defeated Guthrie and Chicka- J' ilu sha on the question, Resolved: That appropriate minimum wage legislation be enacted 1 ufj Q in the U. S. lvl, fm Debate again took a progressive step when in 1916 the first of the triangulars M 4, 'N with Shawnee and Oklahoma City were instituted on the question, Resolved: That ff X the U. S. government should own and operate a merchant marine. The Shawnee and ' Capitol City teams proved too strong for E. H. S. and both teams lost. In 1917 Ok- lahoma City won the triangular with Enid a close second on the question Resolved: ' ' That the several states of the United States should adopt the short ballot. In 1918 I -. - " the city manager question was used by the triangular Oklahoma City again winning. . In 1919 only one debate .was held that with Ponca City on the city manager question ' 1 il ' resulting in an overwhelming victony for Enid. In 1920 compulsory arbitration of . labor disputes was argued by the triangular resulting in Shawnee the victor. Last ' year was the first of the Little Ten debates having both boys and girls teams. E. H S had eight debates in all, winning four and losing four Tulsa Oklahoma City Okmulgee McAlester, Muskogee and Shawnee were our opponents. This year the same number of debates with schools of the Little Ten were held resulting ln Enid win ning three and losing five Such is a brief history of E H S debating and illustrates f clearly the progress made by Enid High in the last ten years , L 1 A- 0 ' all Wa in -- ---42-.2 3-.'EWl7Wf? I 9 'I A w Q .f . , ii 1 ly ,X u , X I 1 ii W0 i . ' .. . i . . . u . . . ' ff!!! V'-X From Files of The Quill Annual. ' I 4 i Y N w K. . v I 1 Q., ll 27 Q ' ,Ui 'I HJ, ' ' I If , I ,, A 4' Q B 5 by' ' M ' 22 'Tit' "F , , V 'au ' W One Hundred Seventeen I I 1, N I I I I '1 I I R, 3 .. gi 4 ,V- , M -. Q -I I I PLATFORM COACH LEON K. WHITNEY ' 2 11143 I I I. 'I III IW I II I IX I II? I I Liiefi: N- :A -' J V ik- , 'Li 7? . fs ti Fsazevfa.: -ng 5-qfw, Ia. 2: Is,-- O V 1: .w-s ' :z-M 'L3?: is I t 5 as :L-I me-HV -:ff , ' ' -. . 'i "':- . 'iff - 1' 82 . . " 1 ILLJY I I I lx I I I I I KI I, I I, I II I , I IIA ' I I IKM I Ik f I I I .II I I Leon K. Whitney, Enid's debate coach is a man of wonders. Two years ago he came to Enid High and produced orators, readers and debaters who ranked high among the other- schools-l of 4theVMLifcvtle w'Ifen-Qonference...-.'?hisQyearm hisv efforts were more richlly rewarded and E. H. SI. 'administered au stinging Idefeat' in debate to Oklahoma City, our dearest enemy. Never before in the history of Enid High School has this III,-I I' '1 N, II II III .I feat been performed. The success of the E. H. S. forensic department clearly demon- I - strates Coach Whitney's ability as a coach and friend of Enid High. Always giving X his best, "Eli", as his friends know him, has filled a need not only because of his I .I I ability in debate but because of his readiness to participate in other activities. Dur- I' A I ing his two years here he has sponsored the Websterian, founded the Hi-Y, coached I MII' I X II the operettas and plays and otherwise endeared himself to the students, always giving X 1 f I VA xx his support whether it be on the athletic field, in class, or on the platform. VII " A I 'I 1' NA I Hifi. ,941 iii I vi I I.Igf,.I , A I I xwlqj fl IA! I I I If' I I.-I If I I ' . K ' - if F'-XT - flffiwm 2 ---.sg I., 1. ' ""' X " One Hundred Eighteen F 4 I 7 in ,, --V , 'C' ' ' ..T., V- 1. , ' 1 - '-' i' r"V . - ' 'YQ- - -- -. -"'4-.Y-W -1 .f..f- 1 'F C' frizeif -.viz iw -.. fifii' - e - sas. r 23, M :tr az-M ZH- e- 'Agar' nt, ,ea p 44 P fw4f.J' V '- 'Mk i V .- ll, l X. . 'g 7 J ' 1 lx ui HH v. 'z l li lx iii 'l If r, .,f I :M f ig Q., . all il .if i iii' Wi f A ij Fai Q -- -I 1'rfi'fQv's "U 1 n ,lm X. ,Q r 4, y INTERSOCITBTY DEBATES To decide the intersociety debate championship, a trangular between the Forum, Senate and Websterian literary societies was held during assembly hour December 21, TheLWebsterians challenged the other two societies to argue the question, Resolved: That California was justified in excluding the Japanese. The challenge was accepted and the teams met December 21. The Websterians proved themselves superior, defeat- ing the Forum and Senate teams 2 to 1 while the Forum won a unanimous decision from the Senate. The Forum negative, which met the Websterian affirmative in the auditorium, was composed of Von Price, Ottis Bullock and Lloyd Raemerg those on the aiiirmative were Beryl Thompson, Howard Wilson and Harold Geis. In C-9 the Forum affirmative, composed of Carl Taylor, Albert Dillon, and Clarence .il Bredehoft defeated the Senate negative made up of John Eiveritt, Paul Wright and George Thompson. V iw In L-1 the Websterian negative defeated the Senate affirmative. The Websterian team was Chester Lewis, Clarence Geis and Paul Edwards. The Senate was Ransom I O'Burke, Merle Ohmart and Gilbert Hill. 'M I JI Thus the Websterian secured the championship- fy!! YN HH Scores i ' 1 1 Websterian Affirmative vs. Forum Negative .... ..... 2 to 1 K P f Websterian Negative vs. Senate Affirmative .... .... 2 to 1 5 Forum Aflirmative vs. Senate Negative ....... ..,. 3 to 0 L ' 1 xii f, :fn I M f y f I ,. I --132,23 Ml' 7' One Hundred Nineteen -, 22 x FULL iri JIU.. ,ffyyf ff',,'l x , ...sg N! I - . ,-',., e GL., 1. 5 Ax -G'-...E 'Q W.. Y. ,. L - W - - A ,I L 'IE AFFIRMATIVE QUESTION Resolved: That the Federal Government should own and operate the railroads. 'I I I II, .Ing III II I I I If I nl I I I I I III 1, v I I I L , .I .. W .,. , , A WA ' f 4 1 fir: E X- A V 5-fi? 'E' ' I 5 I , We M 2 : ' L14 ' 2 -Fray -C ij' 4 -5, -1 ' - l ,ek - " 5' . -P ' 22- w 39" ' N I 55", ,ge 'f I ' ' 'f Q25 'I .'. if . a.Ifff2?f " . "nl of "2 I as 4 1 - k' 'x .ix 1' 1 LAI' Zv' I, I I If lx 1 I I I I' I I I II I1 .I I ' Y lx Ill M ' ' fl 'I If I I I I I I I I I! III . II I I I X l I .Z X II II . II , x ' ' f II ,J Q x pfgigg h ' lu, fo .XI :A- One Huln dred Twenty It , CARL TAYLOR JOHN EVERITT CHESTER LEWIS Enid-Oklahoma City Debate Enid, March 16, 1922 Decision-Affirmative Enid-Shawnee Debate Shawnee, March 24, 1922 Decision-Negative 22 ---Q-.2: II I II I iv I I ' I f I If III I I ul , I I I Wi , f sl I pI N 1 amgyl Wm, KIII LIJ I ,.:Il'7 Is' J I '39 1 . I O O, A 'Wx ' N "Y" ' nfs EMA es 4123 fx-XL' " -L- sgwjljvglf' 1' ,, -: - N Y 1:2 Y j,,,A , ,- ,Y Jmi O '. 4251 fggfif'5?gf2 e fffsl5 2' WM . fi . A 2' ' ' 2 A r - 3 f " fc., -J .Q "f M- ' D .- X-1 ah .. nwxv. V, . I .ALF ,,,,y4.,,-, ww had-5 '-F X K - y -.L ,149 --,WAV ,gif f sex! ' 'lf -M'-W .- -L - if . M ,- W wean eff N - M 2 2 . if NEGATIVE f ', l 1 QUESTION , ll Resolved: That the Federal Government should own and operate the railroads. , sl f u O O 2 E N 1 ll if' V V M L l T' ' W q A , 1, ,llf f X- I '1 'ffl llll Lyn ,' lr! JSIIF llfjf WI' ifx ll " I v A lp ,V Q VN ,we E f ' 1 HOWARD WILSON OTTIS BULLOCK ALBERT DILLON :J X N , 1 l' 'I' 114. w X, fl Enid-Tulsa Debate glfjxl Tulsa, March 17, 1922 fl' R .X 'Q Decision-Affirmative may ,JJ lr' fifll KL Enid-Sapulpa Debate In-, Enid, March 24, 1922 ' 1 f' X ,I I-X ,A Decision-Negative , j . hz af' XY Z, n ll ' ' 1 4 I ix Q 'wffifiifh 2 22 eg, arf N-,-4 --... One Hundred Twenty-One ...se n ew V PM gill: ull 'VI ' 1 Y -. " Y '- '-1, - -L -4 K u 1 -,P-if Dr. -, - Q E- '-is-.LI , 1 ' 11" .:. 'Z -L.. A sg? '. xi -'E A, ff 'A " -.15-354 "' 1- A!! X gf' Qi :A 1. -,., ifffz -25557 E , L 45, 'ff D sw iv' 5 - ,ff , a . A 14 - H . ., , -f . Q L- - - r . -54, N gm - -.-sig.: .. , . . 2- -2 . 3.3, ,QE 17. 2 - ,,f,,5,l V ., -.-,. t -M L' iff' l .v.-',.,. ,, I' - , ,Z I I ,1 1-L.. ..:,.l-, 'J ., -1 -4 ,,,.m 0- u.. -.: 7-1-. .M a.,.- .V -... Y -3, " , . I- . Y "" f"'1' 'se-P-il'-2.+.i71"Wf N Easy- HZ' AI' I' IRMATIVE 2 U QUESTION lg Resolved: That candidates for the presidency and the vice-presidency should be nom- ' ' inated by direct primaries. 1 A , WE N? 1 Y W Y l 'H Q ' ' xl 1' l f l l v l , 1. l 1 il 'J' Jr I r w , p I X P l H J y lg l "ll , ull . ll 1l x 4 y IX 4 ,H ,ii i Iwi! fa- I ,ml ' , q, + l l fi JUNE BLATTLER MARY PRICE IRENE BASS I "I, '12 ,A I 1 l Enid-E1 Reno Debate T A lu Enid, February 17, 1922 X Decision-Affirmative I X 1 lxyq I il' v w .1 , f Ml x l, ' lvlilll 'I' , Enid-Oklahoma City Debate ' I Oklahoma City, February 24, 1922 fl-Q1 Decision-Negative ' V Ai X f l lx rx J 1 ll 1 l' 'lk f It :,l 1- y , - JN, , reemqv. 'C 1 , , fe-fFEifQ?'P1 - J--.2-.-.ze .- Jil.-"i..' ""1 Z M' A One Hundred Twenty-Two ill' PEL 1 fill AQ' K lift, 17' l' l Il "4 -. N 'SQ J gjiaix 'a I i i if WL: mf- , awl 1 A 2 wk ,541 " fe ti"l. ffff:mfi-i++l1ffJA 1 -. .ST-. . ,arg Y , 1 Q A' ag SM Q' .. J, ,y,,' ---"--- Ay., "2jg 1' l" - 3 -L ,,-1. www p-'gg' 3.1.4-,.v Av 1 Amy' , ""5 ', W- ' . A i. ' -5' "A" 44441fv1 sul! - Minn ' ' " , N i ' 3'-'L f '1 l ki K in 1+ 1 I X i K 1 1 1 1 , , Il 11 1 r, NEGATIVE QUESTION Resolved: That candidates for the presidency and the vice-presidency should be nom- inated by' direct primaries. .,.,,,. ,I I H I xi x H I V 1 1,1 Y xx if X , ' N V d .W u M 5' 1 if 'di Wx hi. If ' X 'lf in W N.. ERMA DOWLEY LOUISE FRANKENFELD DORTHEA GRAY 0 U59 1 'x Enid-Shawnee Debate H li 'V 1 1 Shawnee, February 17, 1922 yy I 1.3 I Decision-Afiirmative id 1:1 1 1 v -, Enid-Guthrie Debate I X ' , Enid, February 24, 1922 71,71 'Xi 5. Decision-Aflirmative X V' yi ' 1 .g ,V N 1 , D 5 17 .-AW NC, LN 'I , lj , V A, 'J yi! I: A N: 1 . my ' - v Oli mag, ' ' Al xt' , w - j U wa n a 1 W 22 ...ee .gm 51 Tv . W One Hundred Twenty-Three F C ,A 1--'arm-.JE HIE -. 9 I If , ORATORY , John M. Thurstons A Plea for Cuba ...... . .... , Daniel Websters Supposed Speech of John Adams -- -Chester Lewis 22 ' -----June Blattler 22 ' 1 X Original Oration The Blow of the Strike ....... ..... H oward Wilson 22 lg x C C l - - 'f J ' -2- -,.. - r N- -Q v 'M' J ' iz ,zf ifie -f L " ' -.-A ' -1 T7 A ""g?f'-- ,A - K -fn ' f-, s eff E' H Q ' A I x -1111. Y 1 L: . 429 gba flag, e ff ' ' ,, ' f.1f'43k2i'- " , ,gil V -'-'F 2 ' ldv- K L ' 1 ,EN YI ' " 1 W , X 1 infra' ' , :.".:' . . , . as H11 '37---H' I i 'I lv l ll' l x F if fi 1 u il x ss rv s M a 1 i 3 If ll 7 X I I I Cf Y, Y I U I 1 in , , l i Q 'I ' I l ,N fp lql I ' I ii i l . lg lil 1 xx HJ E 5 lil fi. 'uf tl H- i 4 . 9 l A I ses A l ,el HOWARD WILSON JUNE BLATTLER CHESTER LEWIS mln l lil . Boys' Standard Oration Contest A El Reno, December 9, 1921 V flxg X Chester Lewis, '22, Third place ry I+ 5' x ,I , 'Nl Girls' Standard Oration Contest ' y McA1ester, December 9, 1921 is I June Blattler, '22, First place :,jf' a . ' X. , Boys' Original Oration Contest I ' V, ' ix W Oklahoma City, January 27, 1922 Ikll l il " ' i JK' wills lv H1 W' rms M .I I' A, gi. .gg E ' X L Kg , 4r ' ' 3 1-F. , is r-LL: .V , 22 0-ax ,a ssi-i-we -s, 1" H' 'N' . '- One Hundred Twenty-Four I D .Qin off--I-i'4 ' ,f 12 ' C 'C f 'f O T 4 il. J- I 1 .1 nF"j,f3Si','O'I' - fn Q 2 1 olwfih- f"'fwM.fzaZ we I ig EXTEMPORANEOUS SPEAKING f "The Railroad Labor Board," .................................... Carl Taylor, '23 1 I l Tl DRAMATIC READING of "Ananias of Poke Town," ............................... .... H elen Robinson, '22 ,Lk F , l l 1 , , I JW LI , , W N ln ln ll. 4 xl M ffl I ll' YW ff' N il . 'N nl 4, in 1 l CARL TAYLOR HELEN ROBINSON .pl 'x xx, Hp 6 'lvl' ' x V' H Boys' Extemporaneous Speaking Contest ' il Guthrie, January 20, 1922 - ' Carl Tavlor 23 Second place Glrls Dramatlc Readmg Contest Oklahoma Clty December 16 1921 f'f "'f" A, - A--2,3 'W 1 ml' V 7 i lyll ' ' ' 1 1 X1 V lv 'I l , , l'l"'-11' ,uw ' ff rl 1 . , . V' x l-31' ll ligflf A 54,1 ini I l l ll f-fri! s 1 n o ' , w 22 - One Hundred Twentsr-Five 41 'e , 1,.--,Nw ---- f-.--N .L .W V Y. ., ,.,,,,. W- -J.f.ffq:f,,,N--,N., . --,.,,.,.,,, ..L,,,, Z, A ,, ,E fwf- J, VY- ,Y 7. "in , ww.-1, -1 ..--1- A, . J m Q.,-, ,, .V f f -- ry.- R Q H Vgfffgj 1 ,',f -.Q V, QW. J 'QT .. V V W! ' .1 'J ' 'fx T2Q:1i'QZ7f'f ' 'X' 7 ' 5-A-5: -- 1 , L M i 'X --:':,,q -f--- , any ' 11 -'A " . r f ' - ' ' ' Y "1 , Jl?f1,g-gqgff.. 5- 'ww --,R-, f "" ' ' :-'mlgf ' Q, 'izjgi .1 V. ' ,-4,4'm,ffSy4,-H1 .- 1, Q, 9 , .' -f-N ,- -.1 - ,. " A 1 :- : ' , , , ,wnf-' V--iikeiqc '-f--,,i,-f1'- rw . P fx:',,, 'f , N' LU 'g' 1.21 iz,-fy-'1-,' , ,vw v-f, .L V Q -WJ. Y ' -. 1 if F- 'V-fm-X -A .. - - -- - f1..-f'..f- A - 5 -1-, -, xi if-1 ,K - k'r,,:,:1:r,,:Q:.:,1.4.L1'f....,.'-v-:,q2xMlwqaa E..-3 X :1.::-5: ,W ,.4,YwgfL...m.iYf:r:...A4,. X , ,w,,5fy,z:l -.'f----f-L--',..f-zgliug :Jvfi!.5.:",f.f-,,,.',"'A4,.3,'.- ff mid: , ,,,,!, . ke .V W1 'E X' s" H, 1 . l, xi :4 . , W: 'g"" ' ' ' . 1 ' 1 NE W ty! sq Q4 X YW E115 j V vi. if if 7:11, , Hg 'T' 11 In , ' I P ., 141 3 . U. w ww I ' AW' - ffl! I 2, I wr, ,J V .j xr-'A 1 1 . 1 I W ' 1 .lf '-4151 , , fyflfvj Y '- f 'H 't-.ik .Q . - 75 1 ' 3 1. xx 1 'N v 4 J 'WE 4 J , ,am hi :V n 1 I U , , I X V 4 H vs ,f.fx Q I -if L' .' N R My F11 lx .i ,, V u, ,.v XF " fx' ' +1 'U' NW ' ' . 1' ' ' w X ' 350 'A Y , S 1 I -' T2 'N ' 295 j I I'- 1-51. ' 1, "J 11 V vf X' ,fr ' .. 2 fu f - my-5 it Q ..u WM '12, gfww I1 1,','g2','-N' 1' Q ', A ,. 4 -J -I I N 'QQQEQ-'y23,2fQ,Q L V 'gig'-5 1 H Y , .mf 'wwf V X xii! ,13,11,gL,,.' 5' ' I' MW .,, ., Q ,A.v ,h .V , J ll ., ,V , ,-4, . Y -. ' Yr-lf" , ' wi' g.:L!?5xi., A N, ,, ".-':i1fff'?v, X- '13 T ' X X' 2 -'W f'f'Q.f guy?-i' A, V' ' ', A . 7: -gy: ' Lrespw-i'.i. I--g V ,FA ., , I , g eg Q, N V5.9 '1 , 1 ,P ff v:f1..':,a-fi, JfNff2f -V pg ,w L.:-f .-H ' -gn . , 1 , . One Hundred Twenty-Six .A.,. 3, Y Wu.: UNIV, w -1 ' 5 WN z'v""" w Mae-fig ' L',kLj,.kQ-,. , I ?Qf'1Li,' , '?1YiiHJf' 'MM ffk .:'Sf"- 'Q A "W wal gQ?,3F.4 -LAFJX riflf' H if , li . .ir ififiiiim' 4, f -f . ----.a Q I , ..... M -11g.:,-..-Q Y '-1 Wi' A- . A4 ..-,, AQ 1 ' ' --, Y A,g Q-V Aish fi if 'iiimiligl 3 ,ev i owfBSf"'fs 114-111114 W cgwariaaf JT -' - A smsmwui ul ig ,Vg W : : g Z 'A Qulolica. was ' .. , l 'lf' El:-li gita I 5 l THE QUILLS ' ul. ll l ' I Enid High School has two publications, The Quill Weekly and The Quill Annual. ll' p i l -K l They have gained high honors through their co-operation and willingness to work to- ' gether. ,, ., li ' l ll- A The Quill Weekly Staff, which is chosen from the news writing classes instructed , i by Miss Helen Peffer, is chosen semi-annually and consists of students doing the best R54 .' il work. The classes began this year with the firm intention of making the paper better Ji' HW than ever before and they have entirely succeeded. X f r' ll , E, V f n I .N N The Quill Annual is published yearly by the senior class from which the staff ' ' A lil fl If I N. I I IAA. l 41 'X is elected by the seniors. This year's book, published by the' class of '22, under the X W n xg N xl ll l n 1 N if supervision of Miss Louise A. Wilson, shows all the events and happenings of the ' V ,, ,' school year. The ideal of the staff this year has been to increase loyalty to the school. , 1 X pep and enthusiasm, for which it is famousg and to keep the events and happenings! 1 ix y , ,H it we once enjoyed while students together, in the school we love. ' ' x my f n ,, Iv 1 w l I W ,W It X . ,W X n ,Ri i 'Wil ' ,Av I H, ,V ll ly n ll fi " T-ffl: TQ Aj ' 22 --see ..,,i5ii1rNvf'f: U' 4 - One Hundred Twenty-Seven 1 W nn , X One Hundred Twenty-Eight X ,X ,, ,,, K ' s '1 ,I- . X qw , y 't 4, 1 f SN' L' 2, ,.,. TQLLLFQ, , M11- YI:- Jvwgfg, 1 1 ., ,,.. H52 H J-F-VAL"-A Arg: --" . SI' Y ,".5 I.-,,..q.w.- f41::f- , -X 27'-f Q' 51' L air ,M U gm: if 111 ,gs .ffi El'-L za 'M s JJ' ,eg FW -1 21? ,W !. thi xy 0 1 1 1 X 4 fx I . 2 A L,. ' 1,,,, N, M1 ,N ,. w 1 'A ,'3'w, ,Wt s,,,,.' f i r ,. .. 1 ,-I "wus . ., wx-1.,w, A' fx- '11 1 :',,,,. J, ...igazsrk " ,, '.: '-1 ,!Yg.,,':, ,-like! f 1 ' xg- - One Hundred Tw enty-Nine , N W ' "' hi X, , .3144 H- fr .,, ,III M, N x 4 lx .M l I i , . 0 . - - -- - -1.-A '. - .",. ' s. J Q: -ff EI P. . . -r-'L - w - H4 - '1 . , -. 'flee' 2, ' - - i . ' H 1. A THE QU ILL ANNUAL -'S Assoc - The Quill Annual, yearly publication of Enid High School, has set a rapid pace in the race for editorial supremacy among the other yearly publications of the state, I " X . " .. ,, 1. .S -.af L -:.it4i- x- 1- V -- ' :- "W 5 - fa f so M7 E -as -e f:L-5'-,Qfi 'kif .4l.J,'-. esta. 41' -s i , .i Y--"' ' W f 75,5 . -V:-gt..-. A - ml ,.. . f . , H. l.'L-185554. uf A 3. -A x fl?" f lx i v I X. li 1 fx , W 'l I x I 1 "1 winning five first prizes in the last six years. This contest is sponsored by the Oklahoma Interscholastic Press' Association of which The Quill Annual is a member. Ib, The first annual published in E. H. S. was in 1909 when Marquis James was editor. lg The book from the very first received the name of The Quill Annual. In 1914 the R publication was called The Jinx, but aside from this one year, it has always borne MK' the title of The Quill Annual to distinguish it from The Quill Weekly. The book'today hi? stands a finished product of twelve years of experience and labor put forth by the Ii!! various staffs under whose direction it passed. l The Quill Annual is under the direct supervision of the senior class which ap- points all staii' members. There are two faculty advisors, one for the editorial divi- ,-' ' sion, the other for the business division. Miss Louise A. Wilson, head of the English department, served as editorial supervisor. Guy H. Dick, head of the Commercial 'K' department, had charge of all business affairs during the year. The capable direction 1 of these advisors served much toward the success of this book. li Hlrni Because of the favorable comment caused by The Quill Annual outside of the , V, readers of E. H. S., the annual has become one of the most treasured possessions of i" the students. It has indeed served its purpose to perpetuate the memory of Enid NRS p High School. '71 iiiiy IH J! . v lx . ' r ' EIN? ' . Qlife if. I--F ,V w- ----42,-g ,: W - One Hundred Thirty ' 0 w fl q LX - - ig "g"'iI g . '11 ' , , 4 fait cffs. -it .-5lfl?1?ff-'-4- l r" , S ' ' ' s Ag . - .v . :A Y .,.',,.gi,,,' 5, J- n I J, E- 'il THE QUILL WEEKLY l fs I I I M l l ll l l i T l ll 'M MISS HELEN PEFFER N' MX? l .1 li The Quill Weekly, which is the Enid High School weekly publication, has been H W- better., larger and more progressive in the past year than in any year preceding. The ', filly staff is composed of fifty students enrolled in news writing classes-an increase of I twenty over last year's staff. It has a circulation of six hundred which is larger, Im: gift one hundrled, than slimy otlrer yearhand has an exchange list Emi one hliilxdrecgf and X W ,. . . . . V, y papers t at come rom a over t e United States from Cali ornla to ew ork. I, V The paper has been enlarged one column, making a six column paper with twice the N A' reading matter of last year. ' bln' I I The large staff makes it possible for all news to be coveredg organizations are l well reported and class work is written up in detail. Students look forward with l pleasure to the reading of their Quill on Wednesday afternoon for it fully reviews the ' week's activities I f ' V y in tghcig selcolgid lseigester the news sflrritigkg classes viroie news for an entire page im' , N on e ni ai y ag e once a mon . is page, W ic consists of eature stories, My lf' school news and assignments on the city beat, has caused a great deal of comment. Eli , lf Last year The Quill Weekly took second place in the contest held by Oklahoma Ly, V A. and M. and third in the contest at Oklahoma University. It is a member of the ' A I J V W Oklahoma Interscholastic. Press Association and this year has become afiiliated with . , , .1 ,' the Central Interscholastic Press Association. This is an organization which consists f N mg" of four hundred of the best high school papers in the United States and has jj -N headquarters with the Department of Journalism, University of Wisconsin. 'iff li fiafll N ,Y The Quill Weekly is a publication of which.al1 Enid High boasts. It has taken xl 'fl' . hogiirs gn the. pz-xslt arid, ewgery one looks forward to its being one of the best high school A !, pu1ca1ons1n e es. M ' 'H' 'JJ nz 'I 1 if In , II' i n , AL.. l X", ' 1 5 lgwbf 4' I ' 2 ' ' f if r 1 'X ,,,5,5, rt I H : y 2 .1...,.-gi ,.,,,,.,,gr:fs1i 'lu "vu, 2 "' i One Hundred Thirty One G ' - G , - G ' G G , G ' ., Jef, fs. it .- 1-iff T: N- AE ' 'A El - 7' ' fi' A 4 , ff' 1. ffie M'e -if if Q m 'i 1-g .. .gig 'es 45. 55 A W 1 'i ' 1- , ' A-L: , J ,af r. ' Q 1 1 -,, . -r in na Q MQ 5 7 H ,I A a i f i . f - . a' A 1 I' f 1 ' lv I f K . -5 Exif? r l "' f 1' 2 d 'wr , A .Qi LL 3 L Q , 1, L ' A , r it ' ' x 1' ,, " ' A 7 , Q! Q ' " ' ' "- N 1 1 , F- Q 4. g , rl f ogre. li , F1 I 4 1 ENID HIGH'S MUSICAL CAREER .I ,W , 1 fl fr X Q , J . . . . l ' Musical history began in Emd High School in 1911 when Miss Edith Reynolds Hit X was supervisor. There was an organized orchestra which gave few concerts but i, played several times for students. After several years Miss Maude Garnett suc- G", ceeded Miss Reynolds. During the time Miss Garnett was with Enid High the first ' , 2 xiii Glee Club was organized, giving a concert and some operettas. Miss Grace Harlow ,, X 1 was the music supervisor in 1916 and 1917 when the one Glee Club was divided into NNW j il' two, one for boys and one for girls. Miss Bess Bradley, our present instructor, has will '- .H l 'il been in Enid High five years, longer than any other. The clubs have been enlarged 'fl if .I 1 'l ' v ll' ! l and a chorus organized as a class in which both boys and girls are enrolled. One if year Miss Bradley organized a band but discontinued it for an orchestra. ,' " r 1, During these years eleven operettas have been produced: Princess Bonnie, 'N W Bul Bul, Miss Bob White, Sylvia, The Pennant, Drum Major, Yakohama Maid, The ,MW 1 , 1 l M Nil' 'N Maid and Middie, Lass of Limerick Town, and this last year, In the Garden of the 'i 1 li, Shah. Two pageants have been given, each one twice, in Government Springs Park in 'yi V if connection with the Spring Festival. Hiawatha was given by both grade and high V , ' 'W il school students, two thousand taking part. Lest-ye-Forget, a play of the wars of lbw, f if the United States, was given by the high school students alone. . 'i ,li All of these have been helpful to Enid High. As music brings happiness, this iiifvfxx R, , musical history has brought happiness to E. H. S. I 1 1-A , i 'X fm all f'5 W e ,r ,W 22 f-as .. W . Orte Hundred Thirty-Two r Q.. X W .I JK -1-X - , ,.,..Yw-,-,---. A, Y Y , Y 4.,j-V.,,f T- g?A wi- -. si.. dugg i - , -H' ' fmr M,,,,- L A l f .. A '-lk A H3 e B ' 'f:?"4"f2f VMMW- MQW' Abwygggfaftggg 04 - 73-Fig ,eg-"' M 4 ' ' AN APPRECIATION 1 i l :lv ll ' ' 1 bl 1 . 'l . li W MISS BESS B. BRADLEY N li ii W ll tl 1 l ll' 'fi W' Miss Bess B. Bradley, with the support of the entire student body, has made ' l the past year the best, musically, in Enid High history. With the co-operation of I l ' the Glee Clubs she put on the best operetta that has ever been staged in Enid by in air: home talent. She is a woman whom every student loves, respects and admires for 'V l her ability to produce music in any place. By her faithful efforts she has made A," singing in assembly much better than it has ever been before. The pep with which liqx lx our school songs have been sung is due to her persistent way of Xhaving them sung l if N over and over to give effect. The morning chorus, which met every day, was larger like T 'N he I. 'lx in enrollment than in any other year and the members trained to such a degree that If A W when they appeared in assembly they were greeted with great enthusiasm. ,1 WZ ."',A',, , 1 ,F-, Miss Bradley is one of the leading music directors in high schools in the state , X X XX! v u I 'W 'A and is recognized as authority among teachers in Oklahoma. 'Z-V7 I a t T H 1 .ggi A, ll fl J , i 'HI W9 ,lim l l P1 4:5 'S , +A, 'A v w 7 one Hundred Thirty-Three ' .x, M, if W ,. .r J 9 ,f J New ff --:J----H - -QW' "" - - 35- - ' 'Y ' ' ' 'Y' ' Vrjj, ' ' """b . , , 1 M 1 L A 'R 5 . ' V-'A+Wif"+'?f'ff1'f'f.?,Wlfirff.3.2 ',f73f"' -33 Y' ' ,f N Q. flilf' l, 4713 ,W ff ?'Qji' Lek-or . H . Ei EZ ' GIRLS' GLEE CLUB ff' .,. A. ,Q lf l 'ni fi!!! 5, gif EP ., A, ll ill lag fl., Blattler, Light, Chabino, Hess, McIntyre, Jefferies, Frantz, Porter, Reid, Martin, fl Vosberg, Hitchcock, Beck, Feuquay, Garnett. . l Fordyce, Porter, Rude, Price, Berger, Smith, Beardslee, Rarey, J. Strickler, Gunn, E. Strickler, Reynolds. - , . ,, 1 BOYS' GLEE CLUB i il Vigil ills, 4 'JH' , +i i W V Elf ff, '- Y H 'Wil ill? ,, K, VXA 4' Y x ,' ll ily: ' ' lffqf K., "i" Funk, Schneider, Brown, Field, Geis, Rarey, Smith. ' X E. Johnson, Rhodes, Lewis, Edwards, G. Thompson, Carter, Reynolds, L. Letson ' fl. faccompanistb, Jones, Worden, C. Thompson, Peters, Wilson, McKeever, v .' ill lg, Clark. - ' ' P 1' E. Letson, O'Burke, McCord, Davies, Klossner, Taylor, B. Thompson, Vacin, Boyles. fgy'+Li,g".ll7 Compton, Mock, R. Johnson. Ju mxfadf xgxfjfi I ,ill Af 12: 63 4 ll P 'i .fi 'li' '-"' " -' 1 1 V- 1-use .. 'f,., KV , ,111-1'1li'Q. '--' ' J: l WP -45:-.fl-'TJ ., ,.. LL wr Q l, - - 5, we M- l,iS1.f.lr,, .M-LX 'f V 1" i One Hundred Tllll'l1"170lll' 7 Q l ll I I y W '-" Q3 1 'se Sac.. -+ 3, f- 4 J' T H ,ITMJ ' ww... L ,Ev ' Zigi,-,Sh 'vqq qu: .x-r4.4-HB! ! MQ, .- f L ' . L l K IN THE GARDEN OF THE SHAH 'A X l If CAST ,A ' Zohdah, Daughter of the Shah ..... ........ R uth Garnett I Lohlah, Zohdah's Friend .......... --- Ruth Lee Feuquay I Nowobeh, Zohdah's Nurse ...... ....... J une Blattler Ted Harding, Mining Engineer ...................... Edwin Letson I Billy Cummings, Mining Engineer ,....... .---. .... Harry McKeever A Samuel Johnson Jackson, Ted's and Bil1y's Servant--Sherwood Mays 1 Somecraba, An Arab Sheik ........................ Chester Lewis f, Perunah, The Shah .......... .... W eldon Worden ' , .li J iv' i J Nl N l wh SYNOPSIS y i E X The three acts are supposed to take place in Persia in the garden of the Shah. W , Ted Harding and Billy Cummings, American mining engineers, accompanied by their fm colored body-servant, Sam, come to Persia to work the Shah's gold mine. My Ted falls in love with Zohdah, the Shah's daughter, and Billy with Lohlah, ,ff Zohdah's friend, while Nowobeh, Zohdah's old nurse, thinking him her affinity in some W incarnation, pursues Sam much to his discomfiture. - X The Shah returns with Somecraba, an Arab Sheik, whom he wishes Zohdah to A N marry. it As the story unfolds the Sheik turns out to be liying under false colors, having it been compelled to abdicate his throne. The Shah finds this out and orders the Sheik away, at the same time throwing Ted, Billy and Sam in prison for their continued N attentions to Zohdah, Lohlah and Nowobeh, ff: . I f ' I xl xx wht K -, IU, ' , f' illx' Nowobeh makes the Shah see that by keeping the Americans in prison he is de- , ' f ' ,N 5 X . . . . . . . ' I , feating his own plans ln operating the gold mme, and so he IS persuaded to give 71 js, his consent to the weddings. f my n 'lx I ,ffm lk! As Ted says, "All's well that ends well," and you may soon expect invitations to 5 J X in fx , a triple wedding in "The Garden of the Shah." 'Nl I I L -uw 'Hit lf 4114 , 1, a' ' 1 r ' ' J ., gi ' , l. fi 'F Ml ' it ' 'T' .1 '. A - . ix if l x .Wifi , 1' I ' , an J-,ing 22 ...se ,g em NUM -5- ' -'- " t ,.. , One Hundred Thirty-Five 4 One Hundred Thirty-Six One Hundred Thirty-Seven I I I I 3-T' X A ..- W I- 1 . g 3.3 - - .Q in -wet. 'F --Eva, E' -4 .,. -g .4 ' - A - - e ,, - E 3314, 5- I uxe fm .i I In I fi I 'I I . it 'I ,I 'I I I .X I II I ,JI I: . I, I LIL 0' LIFE ,' I I Ip I XII What shall we care whether we had that lesson that is now 'I I I 'J worrying us so, four years from now? How much of our Cicero :I 'Z . shall we be able to translate? Probably little enough, but none . ' ' of us will ever forget the "Lil o' Life" we lived with others in xy the halls of E. H. S. Our friends, our good times, just the re- ill! membrance of the thrill of Walking down the ha1l,'wi1l never be I ' X' lost. Older people tell us that the object of our coming to In 'I I school is to learn. But we feel different. Although We realize I I studies are important, we feel that they are sometimes secon- IIN I dary. The joy of associating with companions of our ageg 1 I being hilarious over nothingg of doing many unaccountable 'I I XII I, things because we are youngg this is what our school really 'lf means to us. That is why this "Lil o' Life", the life of joy and f VI I ix youth, we are living now, will mean so much to us later, not in I the terms of what we learned here but of the happiness we en- . I I' I joyed. I I. I . I - I. ll II . X . , ' I . I, ' ' I 1 I I I I , I ' I ,I I I , ' ' K - I I I I I ' I' ' I 'Tl I ' I' I 4 ,X l . 'its I ,I I I MINI? f I I , Ny! ,II I ' I ' If' I 41 I , Pggitf ' 4 ' ' , :"0.: Q 0952515 '--2-512: . .3A'-f'i7"m'f!- 'W 3 "' - " One Hundred Thirty-Eight ...1 ,N-.., ,fa-4 .AY vi -Y - ,Z---5-,,.-V Y,.,Y.-. f -Y - -f--:ve--:::-1-4---44 --f - w 1 - f .xy f " -.rw ,Aff .iFTL4M! .. ffm! 'L Q 'gli A T FIS: -W-L if ,MW , , . ,':,ar-11511, . . R, H... 3, as-.,:. ,,11'r1f,',N, K ,-3 M V. 5.5, mg., 45 w g,.1':g tx ffm.-11',:P1 - .1 One Hundred v , L l ,W 11 .x Elf If 'X lx' ,V . J fa ul A .. X X . .., -I X1 wi ' +5 ,S Mx HJ I a .ll ,. ' H IN , fx I A , fu V, if H' W' H iQ1g,.lL5:: 1 1i5J,.',i.'2' 1 , , ,, ,M ,nk Q1 K A :W x ,nl w XML. X . 1' f 1, .NH 2 w u , , ,Q , V ' M , " Y . ' ""'-'.'f'f: ri ilflf. "Wg ' ':1,a' 552 ,JW 4 'i- ,fl ,ifgi , JW ,Af 1- riff Thirty-Nine l A ,, - - ... V N -v: t- I I '-LV i - -E N? 'A 2 V E- ak ' ,Z 1 Al W 553 11- -" 1. T 'Lil ' 3 '3??s- -, if jf 'il .YT I : ' " . - 1-J-if s. , If' - , V fr '-.sea ' M feb, p N i ' Q., il-.fi .5 ., 3--gf" .G ' , ,I Le- ' 15145. ell ls u l , ,I - 14 c , -.- -.. , ,, g g A., ,g 'x 1 .lZ1,.Il"fIf, fl 'r 4 rl Li l 1 x i J FORUM - , , i . l i According to usual custom and with a desire for making the chapels more inter- ll esting, the literary societies of the school took turns at presenting the chapel program 4 during the first part of the year. As the first of the series, the Forum presented theirs November 28, marching into chapel with Forum yells and colors. The features of the lf morning were the saxaphone trio, and the splendid story narrated by Von Price. Mr. Y, Borchardt, as chairman, displayed much dignity, and the Forum conducted themselves R+ X J' very creditably. I N, W'- if WEBSTERIAN rl On December 12, the Websterian Literary Society presented a more or less digni- iied program which proved to be one of the best of the series of society chapels. As tp I a distinguishing feature, the boys wore yellow sashes with a large black "W" in front, 2'-all ,f carrying out the society colors. "The Plea for Cuba", delivered by Chester Lewis, was i f the feature of the affair. "Vic" Vacin on the banjo, with the Harmony Four, proved N I exceedingly entertaining. Another Websterian "hit". ,ix ,Q iv X A ii V SENATE. N 1 The last of the series of chapels was presented by the Senate Literary Society. I This assembly proved very unique because of the variety of talent displayed. ' Brown I, Hanna on the Xylophone scored a decided hit and was showered with encores. A cornet N solo by George Watson accompanied by Glen McCook and a talk on India, by John ffilf' :Nl Everitt, closed the last of the entertaining chapels presented by the societies of the 'iff i xx school. yi ii 4 l His 4 ll 'i.,1l1'f' fl 1 .'-,' " W ,I ' . , 1. j' 1 b Q .iywlav , , . I-xx A.. v r 22 ,targeti- ' A .,.. :h ""'r!'-3 MRL 1, TL . "' One Hundred Forty -K LX 3 r I my JL . fl 4629! J, ' so T rzF"gg5i.f'E ' - e yy, --.ia .aa,.. --- we e . - ,gif 2' 'rs YWHMI-"'f' . xmiaul ww' A - H ' g . ..san if if ERODELPHIAN ASSEMBLY , The Erodelphians, in portraying the literary work of their society to the students ' i 1 l of E. H. S. in their annual assembly, presented a magazine, "The Erodelphiann, pattern- f, ' ed after the American. A huge magazine was placed on the stage with blank pages, 4, and as the pages were turned different girls came out representing each department. xy The cover was a girl dressed in winter sport clothes. As the assembly was given just ,Y preceding Christmas, the fiction, editorial, music and poetry all had something to do N with the Christmas spirit. Even the advertisements were portrayed and added a touch , N of humor to the assembly. " I O V N DRAMATIC ASSEMBLY A The stage in the auditorium became a veritable Japanese garden when the Dramatic ii if Club presented cuttings from the Grand Opera, Madam Butterfly. The club had been WI making a study of Grand Opera this year, hence this type of program. A synopsis of gli X the entire play was given before the characterization. H it The Victrola was used and Galli Curci sang the arias while some of the Dramatic X ' ,M members gave the action. A small girl from the grade school was brought to play the if .Nl part of Trouble, the daughter of the American Pinkerton and Madam Butterfly. The IJ? Mb! last aria was given while the cast all came to a tragic end. 'ml' if I . ' ' if W, KATAHDIN ASSEMBLY ,A 7 if 6' Triangular red pennants with a large white "K" on them, red and white rulfs and if lp 1 'Ri swagger sticks were in the possession of each of the Katahdin members when they pre- I R sented a little of their work to the school. The club marched across the platform sing: ik 'N f ,i j ing school songs and an original song pertaining to the Katahdin spirit. W 3, A 'I X W ' I ' ' nl-li With their literary talents in mind the girls depicted the portion of Shakespeare's, I J" E' ,Q "Midsummer Night's Dream" in which the story of Pyramus and Thisbe is acted by the f 5jf'lif.' ' li, traveling players before the King. The acting of the Katahdin girls was especially I fx v V . I -l , . N clever and kept the students in laughter from beginning to end. A li Q," U' kilns, Wy! Z, . .3 nz 1 QQQLA- ' . ,rf f QM " ' .N 2 --S-...ge . !,t2N'.-fm I., L . One Hundred Forty-One NP ,E 3-Seem, .1' ,C if lr- f-.fin - -. E-i ' "W ' ' r 1 .ce i if V - W' -ri. p U 1 H. :N -', is ,4-f c fvnk Z Y SENIOR KID DAY There appeared on March 5, in the halls of Enid High, children entirely too young to attend high school. They were arrayed in bright colored hose and ribbons and ties. ribbons bobbing up and down 3 and small boys in short trousers and wearing large bow 1,- - There were timid, shy, little girls with their hair down their backs or curled with large lr. x -. - - -f' -- . 1 '-e -L -e f -E T. 5 ' 'S r-Tara-"-f .. ,, A. - .4 i nj A 1 'J "' f---,, N who Af., rQrg.1'g,' ,, , I -5 ' M 13- 'Il I 'ffl , , L Ha - . ,. . f 82 C -,. . -1 LZ- X ' Y . . .1 l V N r i ii 1 V r x " ,' ties that appeared to have been tied by thoughtful mothers. But closer observation disproved these fears for they were only seniors who had again returned to childhood's 'it fancy. In assembly they presented a short program of childish readings and piano il exercises much to the delight of freshman who had never before seen such a sight. X I fill? Y. w. CHAPEL Mft "A Day in Camp" was presented by the Y. W. Club one day during Girls' Week. .ll Several talks pertaining to Y. W. work, were made by club members. They shotwed X very careful preparation and brought out impressively the sincere spirit of the girls. ii The most enjoyable number was a group of songs sung by the girls who attended Y. W. it camp at Tulsa last summer. They were seated on logs under a tree near their tent, li n where camp outfits were in evidence. The songs consisted of paradies on old familiar fi tunes. The girls of Friendship Lodge mean much to E. H. S. J W 1. ANNUAL STAFF CHAPEL A y Rather than to decorate themselves, this years Annual Staff decorated the stage in effective 22 s when they made their first appearance before the student body ' Little had been heard from them up to this time and to inform the student body about their work they held at this time an informal business meeting. Ottis Bullock as editor-in-chief took charge and different department heads ex- plained their various positions and what they had accomplished toward making the annual Enid Highs best book. At the close of the business meeting a campaign was started for subscriptions for this years book Carl Ford an Enid High graduate to help the sales told of the co operation in sales, from the different classes ia' f s .I?. A Y' gif-.,.-- Y - V 4 .np lv W 'F ' 1 AW nhl W, r inf I A ,QS N x 7 l 1 .' J ix , Q - ' ' ' . T . f' ii , ,JN V ' ' 'JN ' i xx K s 1 I i ct w ' f i 'DV ' . . . . l i t y annual's value in later years. The program then ended with the receiving, of letters of ,' ' f - I i ' ' C mi x ' I K 'SWIM 1-iffy. J is z r 5 . N. A 'Ill .pf " is i, QP '4 .M ' - -' 2 22 '?g?"l':'3lL KVM 4, , , 5' .1 K One Hundred Forty-Two s ff I i R A fs--r .':.----..'A1i--75'-f1:T1,-.Q-" '-- . ,-W M., A 4 ..-.e -sf A-4 1' ,f We JBL 'L if " if 'flfaf --qw.-n K- A 7,5 2,34-QL,-LI2Q.'1':'. , Y ,, l w' "1" .+M,f..ng- t ' ' ' A 1 1 Y. W. SING DAY The things 'needed to begin the school year in a real, purposeful way are pep, songs, A Y yells, et cetera, so the Y. W. Club came along early in the football season with a sing day. For the benefit of the uninitiated freshman, all of the old E. H. S. songs and yells were pi-inted and distributed during assembly hour. Then you should have heard E. H. S. sing! The success of the football season resulted in a large way from the N efforts which the Y. W. Club displayed in collecting all of the old Enid High songs. The students enjoyed the day greatly and it did much to promote the old pep of our school. I l y Boos'rER CLUB Boosters! ! Pep! ! Boosters! l Pep! ! We craned our necks in wonderment for l Q down the aisle in single file marched the Boosters. Six girls and sixteen boys and "N did they have pep? Well I should say so! Colors, caps and canes-songs, yells and A M speeches. As a fitting start for a football season of glory, the Booster Club supervised A N ill the Annual Shirt-Tail Parade resulting in an overwhelming victory over Guthrie on the il' V following day. Again in the post season game with Oklahoma City on December 2nd, ,ll I fi' the Boosters led by the Shrine band, staged a pep parade around the square terminated 1 1 M" by a demonstration on the gridiron. The Boosters, under the leadership of Earl Cox, lil supervised, in a systematic manner, the sale of tickets and all student activities. pw J gl ' A l ll , ll' I il" N CHRISTMAS PROGRAM l'.l.'i The Christmas program came forth in an atmosphere of the Christ Spirit. All ! i NA seemed to have caught the feeling of unselfishness and co-operation in doing theirvm ij My ,W utmost to make other people happy. The program was directed by the Hi-Y. and fl ' frllll Y. W., und consisted of stories of the life and teachings of Christ, Christ- A' 1 'MINI mas songs, readings, and talks: Near the close of the program all were permitted Nu to come forward with gifts or silver offering for the less fortunate people of our town. .A M The thought of others was the essential element of the morning, and all seemed hap- i ,' pier because of the hour. if N ml 4 ",' X K ff l, I .gg will Y ., JFK, te, i ' 2 iw I A' x . 2 in L 2 -1-f-2.3 , ..,.. IK, 3 ' One Hundred Forty -Three , Y -1 i Y .- - "' we 'C ' - VA- ar- T - ' ' ' A '-1 1-Q T: - -- -: .H E .l - -1 Z X, - - . 'f-.ff 4 g L 1-air?-E: 2. 'K' -G 'J-'fl ' FTF' ,, 1 ' , ' , .. H.- in Q " J Ag ',:,,,,,4- N I P - V., H , ".-f--7' 1 1 ' ffm, fa hai . 'P .yr .. , A4 A?-' ,Z 199- N m 1 -if hh I 1 -P-2.1, N .., 4. , J ,, 1. 15 .B Q , L 7. 1 Q .- -. 1 - - -,...mf1:i.E.s'l:'i'Eemf:s.JzfPi!?fff , 'g g P' -a i., , ' -:J--W 5 ARMISTICE DAY . ' This eventful day was observed at Enid High in a truly significant manner. The ' H . celebration carried with it much of the old enthusiasm of 1918. How fitting for ' 1 . " American students to sing the Marseillaise! This number was sung by the student body with much feeling and pride. Following this the American History classes gave , df" several patriotic readings and talks. Mr. Price, as speaker of the day, gave an in- X l Q J f I IA ' ' ' 10 , , ff! I I mln: r 'I 1 J' M . Q I. X ly K 1 K fl 1 f' I f ' 1 'N gy . . L' I spiring address on Americanism. He selected Theodore Roosevelt as an outstanding ex- ,lui ample of this great spirit which permeates our country today. a l 1 , ,' I l i N 4 ij, PATRIOTIC PROGRAM I' iii Honoring both Washington's and Lincoln's birthdays, and six guests, veterans of Iii' ur- '61, the American History department presented a patriotic program at the regular as- l W ,li sembly period February 22. Talks on the life of Washington, accompanied by patriotic 2 music, gave the occasion a fitting atmosphere. Judge Hill, who was captain in the 'ii i -i, i Union Army, gave the life of Lincoln as he knew him. The students were led in the ,Eli liag salute by one of the members of the Woman's Relief Corp. It was a delight to in ld, have with us both the members of the G. A. R. and of the Woman's Relief Corps. Their ,f . '1 i ii, presence gave a significant touch to the patriotic program and again the spirit of W, ' 5 Americanism took a more firm grip upon the students of E. H. S. serving as a re- nf! 1 I f minder of the days during the last world war when Americanism was at its height. 11 l .sq i Sm 'fix v, 4 THANKSGIVING ASSEMBLY filil f . li i , w 4, On Thanksgiving Day the characters of colonial America again came forth in all x their primness and simplicity. Again nothing was heard in the auditorium but "the A h rx-ying pen of the stripling," when he was interrupted by the "blunt old Captain," X fi A . ,M who came with a personal request. The story is old and we all remember it well. The iw, . f X Hi-Y and Y. W. presented the cuttings from the Courtship of Miles Standish in a most V ' N interesting manner. Much care had been taken in the decorations of cornstalks, pump- , v X. kms and leaves which gave the stage a background in keeping with the day. iii I r il ii ' A X iii u ll a 3, i J' " 5 x ' l W klfx 1 , ' ' A-"nf ' W'-S1f1"'e 2 ----fa-3 ' 6.115115 Huindred Forty-Fort? -L .52 f ,nli I A -X: .9 Jigsaw. ialiraml I L Vx C3 we-1 sr- H N' we -.te ...sm he M .- 'A -we ig' ff.. ......lw- ...M at .t - .. c v i I l l l 'N lx rl W lg' vli, ll l I l'-lv fl' H ll! ' A xl. ,l May ll" May l May 1' 'fill May ln. 'HN May A will X ,. lsd ,W N l E is V WC K 1 th , x 'awfffw ' fs, " nz A FEW OF OUR CHAPEL ENTERTAINERS COME AGAIN! Dr. M. J. Millard-"Concentration and Attention." Professor Wolfinger-"Good English." The Imperial Artists-Vocal and Violin Numbers. Ruth Bryan Owen-"Amateur Movie Production." Dr. Boyle-"Prevention and Cure of Cancer." Coach Cotteril and Cardinal Warriors-Football. J' Charles R. Born-"Americanization and Education." f J. C. Watson-"Good Sportsmanship." Coach Young and Guthrie Football Men-Football. James Rayburn-"Christian Standards." All Bogus and Cheek-Vocal and Piano Numbers. James Rayburn-"History and the Bible." 1 Fairview High Glee Club-Vocal Numbers. ' Edith Johnson--"Work on a Newspaper." ll Mrs. Maude W. Marshall-"Books in the Reform School." b' . ry I M- tl it COMMENCEMENT WEEK PROGRAM X , V 1922-Baccalaureate Sermon --- .... Central Christian Church Ugly N 1922-Senior Play ............. ......... A merican Theatre H ,X 1922-Last General Assembly .... ..... H igh School Auditorium 1922-Class Day Exercises ...... .... H igh School Auditorium X! 1922-Commencement Exercises .... --- Central Christian Church I' -.,-, A X fn 7 X A 22 A N . fel at , 65311: F nfl 'awk -we2g.1aFMhi One Hundred Forty-Five ffl' 1 if , !1-. ' .4 ..-. 44 .A Ac' 1"DtLu I I . rr" 'rsj W' V W , I . I I I l -i .,,, N- J Y -1 1 Z r f- A W 4 5 M E 'fi s wx- .. 1 sfo fe ' ee' ' '-'ffii-'L ""L 43, f...IfQ:Q, 55 ' - 5 3' '-1 -cfs.:-:' 0-RD W f , it .. - ' . .. . 2 , N920 li, I X 'f ix Il! 1 if g W! i L ' I : ' 'XX 1' ,. , . , ,N Q 2 'li 0 C lv Q X l iv lt' vi r I' ll ' f Nl in pai., ' ,fax . 4 4 GIRLS' Goon FELLOWSHIP ll ' a , Q, "I've had the most wonderful time," one girl was overheard emphatically declar- V, ,W ing after the girls' good fellowship meeting on October 15, 1921. N L -2 i i The spirit of friendliness and good fellowship held throughout the evening mak- NMA 2. ing the new girls feel at home and welcome. Each of the Y. W. Club committees gave an original stunt which was clever and attractive. ,sl Back of the scenes, Indians, villains, beautiful heroines and Lochinvars rushed ill to perform their part of the program which was enjoyed by three hundred and fifty ,A X ,rx girls. After the program, and games played in the gym, refreshments were served. 'WI IV: The Y. W. Club plans to make the girls' good fellowship party an annual affair. A J 1 , . i 1 fl' . BOYS' GOOD FELLOWSHIP MEETING If i. , . ,ii ' it Xe The boys' good fellowship meeting this year was held under the supervision of the fy, 1 N' Enid Hi-Y. As in years gone by, all late comets were made to run the gauntlet. Mr. ,mx 'lx X Waller, who came last, as usual, agreed with a lack of enthusiasm, "That the boys I Wiwxi, were growing huskier every year." Tennessee-Alabama, wall scaling and other jf, ' M1 iyif games were entertainment for the evening. At the close each boy received apples as , refreshments and agreed that it was the best evening of the year. The Hi-Y is plan- !f'ff"VV' ii' ning many more such events next year. , W, ' X i - n L 'Ml lx 1 " X firm I 'fx' 'nf f 1 'S I A gf. , 1 22 .-...ee zu, 1 . One Hundred F-o-rty-Six o I , . r I c R i x i 4 v H f J-get e 5 11. ggi W, , r i L i -M Q , . ,- . -1 y... .,, , d?i"'!3 "wwf-1' ff Wxqiavafdeak - '- lk MOTHER AND DAUGHTER BANQUET - X In the cafeteria, decorated in all the beauty and color of the rainbow, the Y. W. H girls and their mothers enjoyed the second annual banquet. Many mothers who had " never before come in contact with the work and spirit of E. H. S. left the mother and daughter banquet loving E. H. S. Many clever toasts were given by the mothers and 'V answered by daughters. Nor was the affair only a banquet in name, unusual clever menus told in polite French that chicken and all that goes with it was served lavishly. For its bit of seriousness and a lot of fun the mother and daughter banquet will always ll be remembered. V I u i ' "ig FATHER AND SON BANQUET E , "I 'V In observance of the "Father and Son Week", celebrated annually by the National ,li A ' . Hi-Y Clubs, the E. H. S. Hi-Y .entertained over fifty fathers and twice as many sons 'yi 'X Wednesday, Oct. 26, at a banquet. The program .was varied by talks between the M courses. Von Price welcomed the "Dads" and Rev. D. Luther Edwards introduced Dr. N bl! Moses Breeze of Columbus, Ohio, a nationally known speaker, who gave a brief talk NM l ', on the value of Hi-Y. After the banquet the fathers were entertained by the different H' literary societies. Another triumph of the Hi-Y. In - my 4, ff, It i T P HI-Y BANQUET Y . X f ll i l 5, N I + The Hi-Y Club starting out on a year of progressive work and study, entertained the boys of the school at a supper Wednesdaly evening October 5, 1921. Over two hun- , , I' dred and fifty boys were present, and, according to J. C. Watson, boys' work secretary for Oklahoma, was the biggest event in Oklahoma Hi-Y history. The menu consisted . of chili, mashed potatoes and gravy, meat sandwiches, sweet potatoes and ice cream. . ' E. D. Price and H. G. Mckeever gave talks on the future of the Hi-Y which proved Q 1 very interesting to the boys. The object of this feed was to increase the membership " gf" X I f of the club and over one hundred application blanks were signed by prospective mem- 4 XX! A 1 X Nix Q bers. ,l K' v l fills' -'Yi Qi' If I x if y eh V, ll O-if :ly ,. ' 2 ' 'SL ,i.' lf, 5 . " f J' - I '-32 5gfXf,!,IHP-l j 22 ..-...,.?,-3: gXl,ENl,--" mf 'ri 2' "' - One Hundred Forty-Seven YT? . r. Y -:.,'.x Z, - -, 'if rs. - it 4 ERODELPHIAN PARTY FOR FOOTBALL BOYS The annual football party given to the football team by the Erodelphian Literary Society was held at the home of Ruth McKnight at the close of the football season. -The evening was enjoyed in playing games. A clever program in the form of a football sweater with a white ' E on it was used. Inside were the roll of the Erodelphian Lit- erary Society and the evening s program which was called a track meet. Clever games with names of track events were played. Miss Nancy Love, our newly chosen sponsor was present and added much to the evening's pleasure by reading several numbers. A - I x N- qu' 'Q J Y -- "'E- -I fi "?-M '1-l " T- lf' f' Tiiiiifff :gi i l f , -, if :A 15: .. - -' ' ' , " if if -'-Q' " ' 'A ' f I R ,aw 1 1, ms V ,' s hm .V I C if 1 2 . "-. .... ' fm 1 J- fi-': 1 'ui Un UA- as A 1 , - ' 'x I ' M' 'A if I 7 If F I . fl ! l C ll l, , x ' l I delightful lunch was served by the girls and Mrs. McKnight. The house was attrac- , If tively decorated in blue and white, the school colors. I I l lg, p KATAHDIN PARTY lil l ,N The Alice in Wonderland party, given by the Katahdin Literary Society, was full fl, of fun and wonderfully worked spells. The girls were dressed in costumes characteriz- ing the story. Music, singing and games were enjoyed during the evening along with a mock trial given backward, starting with the sentence and ending with the arrest of ll, the accused. A list of conundrums were read furnishing amusement for a short N ' while. ' Refreshments were served at the close of the evening by the hostess, an Irish color Wig scheme being used. , y ri N H1-Y-Y. W. PARTY The Y. W. C. A. Club entertained the Hi-Y Club at a Christmas Party December ll., f 16, given in the down town Y. W. C. A. Rooms. The girls and boys enjoyed a pleasant f lf ' evening, playing those old games, which link themselves with the "days of real sport" 'W .N ' as, sheet and feather, musical chair, singing proverb and balloon relay. , Iva Marie Mehew, gave a solo dance, which brought loud and repeated applause. X In forming partners, a clever device was used, ribbons with Santa Claus and 'Snr' Christmas bells, on the ends, were hung over screens. The girls were all on one side NM' and the boys from the other side, pulled the ribbons, and thus obtained partners. ,'jf",j",' Santa Claus, ish-sh it was really a Hi-Y member, but don't tell the childrenj came , I vi and presented each girl with a linen handkerchief. 'pl W , 1 U5 ,Q i Xin 4 5 ' I' tt 1,-Mu cg VII, f 4 9 I ' . fs. f- ': 4611 6 - ---2.-.2 ...Q-ZUN'ff'i'7'fL One Hundred Forty-Eight ff 1-Z' K ff, -,.,...f::, Q y 5 JA! 'K -5 Gbrganizatinnn ,ff--Q . I ,mf ,fxkxx X A .Xu -LH A. ,U , , f---LX S'-xT-.'. iblfhf, N :f:T?-S ?,A - if 4 -fin' KG, 14 fxkf g f s 4,11'1:eq1-mf!! -.:,:A3E.iZkQi'?Ji'i-A "'4'3i " Hniyigiasifliiivi- -A-Q14 ' U . i . ERODELPHIAN 1 fl i l i 1 i y ii . J .I ,N ry: wi xl , it ll W, Graves CSponsorJ, Love fSponsorJ, Blattler, Garnett., Gunn, Elder, Boone, Price. gil Swartz, Frantz, Haskins, Strickler, Leslie, Bass, Kruse, Thurman, Beardslee, Berger. i McKnight, York, Roberts, Smith, Cansler, Sinderson, Pratt. M A iw. Vi if M 1 1 This, the oldest society, for girls, ln Enid High School, was established in 1913 X xl I' it and its founders may be justly proud of their work for their greatest expectations have M 2 9 i I ' , ,N ' been realized. The work of the society has been chiefly literary, although famous fl 'f A? . VX4 H :lv , artists and their works have been studied. The society has produced a lasting impres- E .f i.,yLg'i sion on the student body through its numerous and attractive presentations in chapel. 'I ,xi '1 X N4 v N Chief among these may be mentioned the excellent Lincoln program of a few years ago' ' , -xml., and the humorous Christmas play given the same year. The success of the annual foot- ,ly H-X im ball reception is a result of the Erodelphian enthusiasm and keen interest in all things Ki connected with their school. All thirty-five members love the ideals of Erodelphian. - ' V1 X Vw V' dk, li, X ,il i Q, If iiilf , Midi ix in ' ' V f.. , we 22 --42.3 , ,QUWWL -NU M ff '-'-- X , cv One Hundred Forty-Nine iiilfvl my rw ! 'nl' 1 1 fir Wing ' 1 Y ab: 5-4' 5 '-...H-'sri -VV VV 1 - V 1 sh f--VV , , gg 'X A VV "H - 3 ' K 1 1 ' J" lfiiw, ' ' -. V, V ,-...V-mn fag, I Hu' fe-V, .bf "ff4.i:a:L1u , 'lf V -V -I "Tx Ng V. 3 .. LVM, , D A VV V , A i.,i, -eww vw "'- WV. VV 4.V31d.1'V , ' J ' ffw, ' -'-., V. , -f V, M- Y- VV. V. L Y--V.,,v .92 1 ' ""'-'H -' ,wk , V -V1-V V - ' f4"' at W 'f -wp . ' Ji , - :V L' "V?Q'l- "ii :A V-V5 fb' K i 'Q' V1 V AQ , 'iifwilv ,. f'f"'-.-fx foil? ,, V, V 42- V1 . V -FV, -. V 5,3130 Q-2fij,iw'2wlvW5,ffA,g Q I -,IV """'i:93Ld2g2s,,'Jv 'A WVAW .- ,sl VVV ' -2hmQm5sg4:-fg,VV,.V,-1 VV ''M-Jr,.,V3-,g,,fQ'V5'f:,fV .HQ V 0 I ' ry , . 1 I wi van my bl' . 'fa J, gh ' 'V 5 1? ', V J X'- M L, W V X fy x V ZQVFQ " Vp.-'lr 5 3:42 . 'FW . lm L ,yuf ai- V' f fl gx Y 1-1 1 V , . ' in 3 ma "1 V C w W , X ' w .Al V5 I 1 I V, , V VV tg. .. 'rf ,1 W Q: X V :L 'V mu ' , gir f, VV ' V . .V . , , . V 'giiqv ,' r 2 WE '1 " L35 2 ' IW s fm? v, my , 'PM ,A V , I v Ui W. .A ,HF Q , X H, VX 5 V if 1 if rn,-Q 5 wff' V ,V I. "JL W"l' 7 VV A wkwV fVH :ff fe ' ,iw f .LH AVg.x HUVs . 'X lift f""1.x,N .Uni ' Q11 X':s.j'x VM-N5 U4 ,fxvxv -VW! ,Q',i,V!xA.,X3,1 ,.Qdg..b,f1 WA t 'N Yfcpwf gnu-' ' If y JU V 'a ' Lf'1wV'f Vrrpf' 'f WV,Vf,4.V,VrrV V,-V 5 ,AV, . V , 4577'31i.. " ',2'! ' ' v ' ' 1' V V 54 "+F',,1n lV Vg fhfyjzi ' 'ilfififx 5' W VV V QVV',.' V A M I, , R' ' ,V-V13 4, "-T? rf ' 21- , f. Lg I M ff? Q :fjlQ,fxii:f ,. ,ia "rin 1,225 1 ,W 'Mel eg ' ' Zg -1' :Lil fi ' wg ,ff M1 ' -wiwzi, . V' - Q. . V 5-:VV V -I 1, VJ- f,:V ff I- V' , Af 1W'wfyfV VQH4 At' J, V F215 ,Va V " A4121 1, U' P-UV, ,U VV - , A1 4 V 'ff. ,VJ V3-Afgsxl' , gh al ij ,. M .Vf Aff'--1:VQg5 V, . y-is " ff' , .V 35' A:-. ,- I , 1 ' 1-f.Vn.e2'-ff.f..f V '-""f.,,?e xp V"5,q-VHV-'flies-'.'x., 'f"?V.VegVV.3,, A'f.V,JQV1p'fis5f-'ilfr mffvwmQ5t fone: H undred Fifty ' H- - -- - F- -- f--'W i I a- X x '-XM N..-,j1,,1":.t arg. Y e l . f jg: - rg- ' 1' " Q fy" ' ' -id TN1"'i" ' ' X " 41 rf-'-t,':'.T.:' f . - ' 1"' ' ,QQ ., f T ' " ""...'-i' Tiff, -.-,---' ,. . .r A,i' ,i--1 A---g,.,1f , ,. J u1, n,pl V ,A ff-- . - jf., ,. 4 5 g -,,.f,!1'a4 -Q., ev- J' lnbvl-5 - - . . Y s-1 .Av-ISM . -V 4 .gf f":t"j Ml, i .. 57,1 .JL 'J' -Ji N' f-'fxaw -I , E3f'L: 41l1?2:?7Ly4N: 'ig A- En, ip -Alt A641 f ', -.:f1,Y.'e- 1. 4U.1,g?:f,eKJ5,z,Wi-i-if i Si-1, . -A KATAHDIN A i x l i w. l i I 1V 1 , U , it iw ll . ni Y ., in . ' I , nd, y , R ix' V. Alloway, Leighnor, L. Case, Arbuckle, Bray, Hitchcock, Bebbs, Higdon, Z. Beck, Lai Rich, F. case, Campbell. I A. Hamilton 1SponsorJ, Russell, L. Cameron, Benson, Frankenfeld QPres.J, Hayes, :yi ,ii Kerss, Dryden, Carter, M. Alloway, Williams, Hirsch, Beaver, Provost. HI, , , up ,fi R.. Powers QSponsorJ, Miller, H. Beck, Dean, Bromley, Hugos, Annlng, Curb, E. ilw',l,Ii Cameron, Fleming, Daugherty. V," if li i WX W , ,U ' X 'M V Iliff f N ' It was in the year 1919 that there was organized in E. H. S. a society of lively and gif. ,ii enthusiastic girls. They were banded together to bring glory and fame to old Enid ,li High, at every opportunity. From year to year their progress in the literary and ath- if X, letic world has been so great that they are no longer regarded as a new society, but g i' X are classed with the old clubs. While this organization has been growing in power, 2 " i it has also added many new names to its roll and now has a membership of fort -five X ii' l xiii . . . . y lv' , ill- girls. Their motto, "Higher Up," is followed in every detail and its aim to make all- 'Ni' ' X l',!3jJ,- round modern girls, has succeeded to the fullest extent. , , 1 ., 'lil The topics for study this year have been Kipling and other modern authors, and I the one-act play. This work proved interesting and beneficial. The society was rep A XB' resented this year by a great number in basketball as well as in interscholastic debate 1' " W V ali! ' l . l ,,v 'Ib j, ir' ' J ' r x " .1 A 1 iiifgwf SU ,, 'Q ' . iiiilil .il dr.:-Q , If , il' i Z.. A I 1 it pl 22 were f One Hundred Flftv-On I4 4' M gli MV S -I i Y N-H. 3 7, Fw K :W 4 ,JJ , , ,,,, J.,-,. .A .- --,- -,,- ,..:.,. X. 1. 1 1 1 li, h V 31, '?, 'E - L , ,gy ,WA 'fu . 4,1 .' 4,-w .rf 'fws 'aff' M., , r' 3 1 ,iz ' . 1 .-,',"1- '! .f fx L x I5 if A -Az' ' one Hundred Fifty-'rw-0 C I C , D Nl Tir-uv-'W G , f fwfr-XM Qelfiffjr' , owl, -1 1 , 4?",A"?i1TtT?j' ' ,i,fj'cl,lf:,13- 1 , kfdtf' c.D'L Z. A-' :Ml-sf! - H - rfmf - ' ofa-H .cs lyrfiu-,.., - H .aa 4 3 -1--, ,, ,H e ' -.-Q,..- ,wif lu- Q,-5, W ' 1 ' Mtg, -11' lanfflfff stfjlaaigkesrishsvaewwf e r - J DRAMATIC CLUB v l Y A l Ny i l J l dll N. ,' l. lui si - ' ii l l I 'Ii' J, Drew, Champlin, Harp, Dowley, Gentry, Scott. i l l i -1 x Porter Robinson, LeRoy fSponsor 4 Light, Worden, Dempsey, Bitting, Wells, Stephenson, Letson, Tayman, Heaton Q . l , ,N QSponsorJ. l , I P All Feuquay, Randels, West, Nicholson, Wells, Havens, Price, Barnes, Rarey. Lf uw lvl 1-I 'ff ' xl 1 gli l 'gi In 1917 an opportunity was offered a group of girls to take up a study of modern A y' wi 1 ,X drama and as a result the Dramatic Club was organized. 1,1 J The organization has since developed into a club truly dramatic in spirt, the Plan ,wa W fi stud includin one-act playlets, the modern drama and Grand Opera. lla l W y g xl, ll ' el This year the club has made a definite study of the opera both in technique ands tix X subject matter. The well known operas have been studied in detail and Mrs. Edith . , , Harriman of Corry's Victrola Department has added much to the conception of beauty i p 'I 1" Nl' and artistic value of the opera by playing records of the most popular arias sung by XXX il, ,, 'il fl' . . . X ' ,exft famous artists. At times, too, the girls have given, in pantomine, various selections in order that a clearer understanding' of the opera might be gained. li For the Dramatic Club, Grand Opera, has proved to be an interesting, profitable, li'U"iji"I and, above all, cultural study. liif X ,' 'X ,. , -W1 l l V' K 'iff I I. . t ., x 'l All il f MN, ,I I 1 , ,, V . QQ' fa 5, X - l Elie, ' I V ' I 1- . 1 - I . 'Q Wlffi ' " H - 22 f--is-is sza j "-. t 'iw rj One Hundred Fifty-Three I ,w , 1 9ff",2,z-.W 'V Q,Q,g:g 1 J ' LV A H mf' 'm -, L? ,L W . L W W NT, fm." 1' ll -,. 'w I hi' fix' ' v M W VS QU1 M. W, L., if-1 Xu ,y . V ,QR I" -'Vg .fy vnu,- V, , , .NYU Qi gf',, X f ,mi xr ' Y 5 fur.. Y , 2 zany ,f r it ery- ,mr n ," X , ' 'll ' "JF U X v f , , , Q r x , '1 -X., .V --1:63. ,V Om? Hund-red Fifty-Four rl ,A p , ALi ,',:,tg-,-"",i ff: -- ' :ff 5 ,nj , ' ' 'K afmf K-w5i?:2:255f?gg3iE?f,1ffgQg5ifff+fef:Fag2'fNa+' e it .. :uw V, - T Jog... '5 yd' .v-,L-M-. 'J' -.A fxfq, f F4 'Wi SYKJI, li - f I 44.-.QL FORUM ' r f I i 1. 1 1 Y, Il li I ix O 1 V I l A 1 I, Q . ll ' A u, H illl iw ' ,Ii dl i Q ' Y F it 4.13 Nix Harris, Dunlap, Peck, Trapp, Boyle, R, Stewart, Boles, Johnson, C. Stewart, Evans, V lx Richey, Allen. hi ', Avery, Clark, Entriken, Dillon, Bredehoft, Raemer, Ploof, Compton, Mays, Hutchens, 'j,, ll Fisher, clodfeiter, champiin. 5 ' 1. J. 'Ai Bullock, Borchardt fSponsorJ, Parnell, Haskins, Voth, Price, Arbuckle, Cox, Ford, ,l,,l 1,7 Smith, Taylor. W 'V I ,ff i, i 'Y li . X . V I l if The Forum Literary Society was organized in 1912 by a quondam member of the iii' f S lx wi high school faculty. His purpose in founding the Forum was to offer the boys in the ,WR i l' high school an opportunity to debate and to declaim in an assembly. The requirements ill , iw, H X were very rigorous and the aim, high. x R , fl A fy by , x , Q 'HF Today the same ideals in literary accomplishment and in parliamentary decorum QM N are maintained as existed in former years. The standard of work is high and the liter- ' Ml' I tg X ary attainments are very creditable as is attested to by the fact that four of the six 'll X PX X members of the high school debating teams are Forum members. iw 'Q-ll fryi ldv' 4,2 qi ,hi V ,' Ill' ll Y Q Y ll! '.,, I . . . R' Q71 x ll ' i f xr. I , 0 - e-'.' Nfffifn al , H, pg ---a,1e:,x,e5 mNl 5,, 58, 3. One Hundred Fifty-Five Q -.Q-.HL-xx.. . ...- JY..-.4 VW.,-a. .W.a........-....... ..- ,,Y,,, ,,.-, k -Q-L , J ,ff-, Y. g..,,,..- T - b- -, kv?-v1 .: sg..-,.,.g I N N , r . 4- A , ' . ,Tr-su fx" V ' ' -- X ,.-- , . . z 5 . .-,.f,- Y . V' - 1 v . Yu :Fi JY X wh' I, A X X , 1 ' .M ... W. HX, ' V f 1 x x One Hundred Fifty-Six c if 4 i XXX X-x-,X,,A ls . l XETX--CSAQA, Hg"--NA., -v-4 f-Y f--V-A s-- - H Y, - ,H I -x S, , Y Y , -- -- ji K ' " ' lfQ,j,, x ' ti:-7f"' ' QZQ7' ,L A' wifi'-" LL-,Q -- ,-M..- -11 - -4 1 V' 'H it-T ' gpm,-f'-'l' ' -- .YU-at di X , , k' . . , ,- ? I dbx.. l 'N An 4 -9 .Ain -"fi-' v -nts: Y " Z V- " .ar V,-K, --X -Q-A N fx, ,gitttlfmsffifsuii W ijQ9y,.ffQ,t,h',:'i Magzr :Ffa-gn ,ip 1-s,,Mw.y "G, . I SENATE l i Q. I I l i , , F, if i V . Y X ll Q ' lil U f ,l T lx i, -. it ix I 'lg HQ, Woodring, Ohmart, Suran, Grim, Watson, Herrian, R. McGee, Reynolds, Collins, Wright. , ll in Martin, Rogers, Gettel, Shire, Spalding, Kline, Dale, Hill, Hanna, Thompson, McCord, , A f Griiiin, Larrick. 1, ' Nl lu J l 0'Burke, Deming QSponsorJ, Kee, McConkay, Davies, G. Griffin, Everitt, Mock, Stevens, l!lll,l WI, T. McGee, E. Crews. liffl i "X ,' 'I I 1 , f is ' -I' Ni , l ,i I Y . . . . 7' ' Realizing that more boys should be given an opportunity to do llterary work, and V, x ' knowing the benefit derived from such work, Leslie Everitt, '20, organized the Senate i if' ," ,ill Literary Society in March 1920. Under his leadership and the competent personnel ,lily-l 'lv of ofiicers following him, the aim of the society has been fulfilled. wl- ll!! Keeping in mind, always the high ideals of Enid High School, the society has tried , to direct its course into that straight and narrow path, and has carried it out in all 'I 1 i lv . . . ' l ,TQ the activities in which it has participated, including all lines of sport and literary work. lx ix ff ,lil The society has shown that it wishes to keep up this high standard by adopting the 'i' I X' ll, motto, "Higher Always". i is , 4 iii Although it is the youngest society in school it ranks with the older societies in ,mil i every respect, in loyalty to the school: the supporting of all the school activities, and " ,FRN N thinking of Enid High School first and of the Senate second. ,flew '-ll 54+ ' g I QQ 'l f"'r if ' 1, 4, It I l ' le if Il ' i " l 1 1 4 ' .f a ' 5 -2. 1-.gtg if 5!1fQl3i3 ir ,W 1' "Q ' 1 "J ' " , - One Hundred Fifty-Seven .c Q. w f. F' 3-- .-. , H, V V , -5-f -- M -..f '-'K' ff- - , , H fmfsfffff' -x -f,- - .JN --1" Miz Fw 3- fQff . , .1 21, "Rf"-V-fx-uw..... ' " "f Y 1 Q22 ff -g..',','4.1 f '-:fgZ1f'f2', f' v Y r fy.. Q. ' Am., , ' ,, ' -- -, ' 1 f' 'gif ik:-4 'fi'-W. .J ?f+!.r 'L "f1?1:eL' 4' J.. ., Q - 1 ' V, . f ws'-ffffl-A-:wx ,, -. f f - Q k A ., ' ff ' 3 .j Fi" "fi -L2:g.Qif7f7', 'Y f:iQ,f'1 ' 4 , H gig., 91 V f" . - " ,y ' IL, Y miliif jr U Q ' , 'j,fN,,,N 1325, V-A-ge. QQ, 1, ..4Q.z,,,,.,.4 ,,-,aqw A.. . ,-ix , ,V , 'N -, .-. - ,qw X' H-V::5k.,.L:.d2+1, Y T may: -f 'WT ix ' :Q , 55- ig " fir: ,Srl Q J 112 H J 35 F we U, V-1 ,li in PJ J f .511 ige I N V 15,5 111 461 ' ,L L vu 1 -'R . 95? 9 F gif f sl? I X HV 5 fi" :IQ ' 5 1 K!! nf-e W M " W iff! Q51 'R ' Z4 31 A '- fx f '53, W ' , ig .5 V, 1 A , 5 ' nf 1,3 VL . ,-:W -W 41' . 'i , .bf ,N W i . f ,AA 1-gigs' lggd , v WN' ,"v,"r "ii ', 3 fm 2 'T wx ' 1 X, Z' H J ' .1 ra Jif 2 ,ig 'sam 517 V x, 1i' 'j'g2E,4 U33 , f y.f'w1S,I- -1 Wi ' ' W Nui, N .zum Nw Yi T5 TX v"1'1 A 1g,s59,3?p!' 'rfigayfg' KW " " 1,3 M x W.. . ,. . I rlfgifr-T' 51,311-4, ' hw f,1Vf'Q 'Mir V, 'QW 'xrixilni ' .way Al X 1 x:,L3?gi,?g, ,v?5""!q.' If 4' .,. , , Q ..,, ,N,n,.1, ma- 1,5 -- X X 3 W e , y gf- l e .J ,:' ' 1-L x H :ff if" fy f,,,,1 , ei 'v . .,, i11f:'fLQ 1-, L 2- 1. ' '- '-Y-'l41,lfglfF'141vw G1'993'i""'R'Jal5Vf- 1,1 ' ' ' - 'ff' ff A 5 ,,y g-5:15 , ,m , ' gg ,f-gfp, Mrk ,.,-..,A3ji3v Q KC., .v "5 fx' ,t 'rj ' J 'Maw 1TfFi1 '.g,1' bulk ' ' L, gkgi-.5353 One Hundred Fifty,Eig.ht uf r 4- 1, 1, 1 H 1 1 A . Jil'-iii!- -s,,en- ,,,, T1iTffcie'i'Q'f-5 A f ,MMS - '11 f ff ,, ,V T :iq V E .I ,-g-T151 "-. 5 gif 1 ,fm ff'-if -A-1 N L- 4' .sa -LL. ' 'fbi ia- ,ag A' 5, J'L-"TK ul .-:Ev ' 13444111114 .. lui' , 7 ,jim iygwf fwllflf' ,lf"TY:"ai - I A l WEBSTERIAN Y 1' T L. 1l l l 1 q I 1 ll ll' " ' 1 ll M I ,I11 INN ll! l Lamerton, Vacin, Maynard, Crane, H. Geis, Richards, Corey, Snyder, Lewis. lx 'l Klossner, Thompson, Baker, Dauner,' Parker, Denner, Tinker, C. Geis, Vifhitney ffl fSponsorD, Champlin. 1, Dick QSponsorJ, Wilson, Edwards, McKeever, Houston, Hinson, Hueppelsheuser, IJ, Richardson, Singleton, Speer. 'QW 1, 'l , , ' 1 V 1 N 1' , 1 11. l'll' The Websterian Literary Society when founded in 1912 had but fifteen charter fl , 1 members, but today the membership has increased to fifty and two sponsors. 'il ' ' IJ , ' lf 1 f .M During the past year the society increased the strength of its claim as the best , l J Qi' society in school, for it worked with these two goals in mindg to support the school 'AXE p '1' and to help each member of the society to become better acquainted with the! 'hx , fundamentals of debate, public speaking, and oratory. Furthermore, in one of the 1 N1- chief events, the intersociety debate, the "Webs" come out victorious. It was mem- l,,1,V', , ,lil bers of the Websterian who represented our school in the oration contests. Besides 'X 1' - 'il I: two men who were on the school debate team are members of the Websterian. 1,111,5- b We have high hopes, and it is our chief aim that we shall continue our past record, X P and perhaps surpass it in the years to come. l H lx nw 11 4 f I l- I 1441? N film r kph ,1 Um , ll ,K fy' Y, lx' I. N T1 '1 l 1 Q I M 35117, ,al fc . .1 sw. . 'fl ' P ' 5. .:., Z "1-99.2 . f--5.- EN? fw 4 One Hundred Fifty-Nine A 1 1 One Hundred Sixty X D , Q . I 'X X , 2-CX.: ffl grfw fe, , X e B ffl i f 11?-'11 Y X V V ,,,,. ...Nr -g'v:MT " "" A -A " elm-, , e Q A - .,pL,, --' 34, s. F 4' X , u ww, ' . -wsu -H 49" .--9 e 1 L! - v as 'Bm--MN' mam My e A B B M -e Q. v 1 I BOOSTER CLUB .y fi xl l V. l i ' 1 Tl la ll 1 , .1 ,H NN if ll A Thompson, Fisher, Cansler, Beggs. Voth, Letson, Cox fPres.J , Y lv' Allen, Dowley, Pratt, Drew, Blattler, Bullock. I lx M' ' lk .' xl! l r iw ' Ji 1 Jfi 7 I 1 . M 1 , J In keeping with our custom and in order that we might have some enthusiastic N ' leaders, at the first meeting of the athletic association, the student members chose , J . 0 ii twenty-two students as members of the Booster Club. They chose these to be their ix 7 .f -' H, , leaders, who were to infuse Pepa enthusiasm, and co-operation in the whole school. iw K! ttf: Ai 'V - I tliwli That the work of the'Booster-wgtoa lead the students in their enthusiasm has been fwix ', l W accomplished in this school year, iF the fact that the annual shirt-tail parade! lf, H X was a great successg that thTems,aiA Q .V itic tickets was pu: over in line style, and . i ,I ,i Eli that the E. H. S. spirit has beef? '!" ' So we see that the strong financial A iw l r ,K ff X i 411. up and moral support which wasng. ftgxilgtic teams was brought about through the W .,' leadership of the Booster Chit 1 ,fabrganization demonstrated the fact that leaders . - ' ,. 3 r' it X are essential for big successesL ' ' N 'K ' ' ' L K ' 2 N iw U A 3. V fit., Q V3 . ull .lvl vo .5 I ll kk, xi ,Hi I - W , I6 f lf' ill , If ightf ' l ' . .fr f r ,fa-r - GNSLIQW - . I--2-3 l i::.i'f Wm? 'ru if """ X " " One Hundred ,SixtyfOne" 4 ....-a.1...4...g.,, . , 2 sis. 71 , 5 -eg f , , M , "' f - -M T s , t' .. HI-Y ,y M l aj I , l l l, V , . l 4' ga V x - i Q J V 4-' fr: 'ZW I? 'es ,- :- ' , -rf' 'fc' .J if 2 Pi P' M A ' 'ri-e Q." - "-Eg,-A G s ,,--. ., ei fly AA y ic -, hm I An ss -ff-42-:H r e M WE ,. M. .. u lull! 'xr . 1 " ee r -f' " 1 , I I I 1 , ll l l ,, l y l , ,N ul M T l m l el. lux T. McGee, Avery, Waller fAdvisorl, R. McGee, Reynolds. .IV Whitney QAdvisorJ, Geis, Lewis, Wilson, Dillon, O'l-Burke, Everitt, Houston, Davies, ,l L 5 Thompson, Peters, Fisher, Taylor, P. Wright, Price fAdvisorD. ,P lyrx, Dunlap, N. Wright, Griffin, Corey, Edwards, Compton, Mock, Boyles, Price. lp Evans, Patrick, Harris, Richardson, Hinson, McCord. Richards, Allen, Cox. 1 ' f, .twill f rx v .I ll ' ! l 3 7 fl. ' ll' 49 Q A Hi-Y was organized in E H. S. during the latter part of March 1921, when if , il seven boys were chosen as the nucleus around which to get the club started. They NV' ji V' were Julien, Lewis, Herrick, Muir, Everitt, King and Arbuckle. The board of advisors ,' 'ii ,X N. , was composed of E. D. Price, L. K. Whitney, John S. Graham, J. C. Watson and T. lil -K J Nelson. ' iw' . 1, , M The purpose and the aim of the Hi-Y is to create, maintain, and extend the i 'X Christian ideals and standards throughout the whole school. During the remainder of 4 ' W the school year, after the Hi-Y was organized, the club became very active and took ' i l ' in several new members. Now during this school year the club has grown to the , V v " number of about sixty. The organization has had several very successful social affairs , 1 1 ' and has served the school in many ways. The Hi-Y has reaped the golden benefits of the Rayburn Meeting in gettin the ' ' new Christian boys into the Y work for the Hi-Y stands for Christian living and cleanliness mentally physically and spiritually 1-1'i?J,1ih , --2.15 .L "5"f'qll1? one Hundred Qixty-Two I' 1 'BV R 'iilli X 'J ,H mln Il il 1 ' " R I, 3 ,rf If Tx: 'X X ' ' , ss 1,1 , . - l I ,N 5 l "in: l ,4 -. if .. .N , I , , . 'Ui J ll-Q' ff N F 'S Q71 2,1 ' K t. . fl -fs N. g ,Z ,C .gg L g g -g - 27.fffA'h-f ff-?.Ej,.-erkih-rf?' Lj ggr, , 5 maj., j1'-Q g N Mig' nv 4 J , . ,,,,,4,- JL- 'nit y - 'f xl :X .J--,,-A. .July -A-an fre ..m.All'i,w' "ig.1,2ig' iz M439 " Smvvrruw.- . H Y. W. CLUB l l l 1 w L r l ll ral . ,l I, 1 fl ll w 5 ' , D .M .i H. Kennedy, Baer, Houghton, Dryden, Bromley, Salisbury, Williams, Dempsey, Benson. M ', li ll Frantz, V. Hayen, M. Kruse, L. Case, Rudder, M. Gray, Meece, Hayes, Bean, G. Hafyen, f 3 i ByBee, Parker, Smith, Cook, Hirsch, Worden, Frankenfeld, Jefferies, McIntyre. up Franklin, Price, M. Hirsch. Barber, Hugos, Nicholson, Yancey, Boyd, D. Gray, Beards- Ml ill! - lee, Sinderson, Strickler, Fordyce. ' ' ii I ' x ' 1 'sl ll l -A lil hy, 'Vip To give the girls of Enid High School an opportunitly to help others, a Y. W. ,li ffl? i' , Club was organized in 1919. HY. W. girls have tried especially hard to be true to their lie 'N aim, taking as their motto, "The Other Girl," whom they have remembered both If ll X will spiritually and socially. The topics for the programs have been both interesting and l:','.,M H helpful, and the many committees have been valuable, as a means for training, 'to a -is K fl large number of girls. Some of the social events enjoyed by all the girls of the school . . , ,IRM this year were given by the Y. W. Club. lfwill, ,wllrliil The service rendered by the girls was felt by the entire school especially at . Christmas and Thanksgiving times when several hundred families were made happy. f W This year under the leadership of Mary Beardslee the girls have kept gleaming before them the candle light of service which has guided their way '135f'ils?fV5 ' F I "'I""f?'.g 1.4, 3 "' "' NN I :SWL My . . . . lil X - . . . , . , M, if 1, 'N ' 4: I Qff Ili- . Gill .gf J l , 1. 'Ru' y 4 ' 9 gf , 31: ,X i n , .4 'f One Hundred Sixty-Three 5 'egg 99 "T ' i z- 1.42 P . iifse- 91, 1 . Q' P.-. :Cya S-E. , I 5 iii: P , ., df X, 'C is as -.-.... 1 'rc G ww .-Jff CICERONIAN CLUB x I 1 . ' . 1' 1 . '11 i ul cam, ,Wi is? I ,r -4, Y ,989 Hg. 1 1 1 1 lx if 1 1 l 11 I l 1,1 l 51. .',' ' 1 1 1 Q Thompson, Letson, K. Price, P. Wright, Hill. G Mefford, Griilin, Wilson, N. Wright, Loutzenhiser, Hayes, D. Bowers, Morrow, Salis- K bury, M. Bowers, Case, Fromholz, Larrick, Edwards. Graves fSponsorJ, Roberts, Elder, M. Price, Kruse, McKnight, Campbell, Bean. .N ,W 'tif First Division-Colors-Purple and Gold. 'fy' Motto-"Vita sine litteris mors est". W, Patron goddess-Minerva. I 1 V ' Second Division-Color-Purple il Motto-"Doctrine vim promovet insitam". Patron goddess-Venus. l ll The Ciceronian Club was organized at the beginning of the year, for the purpose of understanding more thoroughly the time in which Cicero lived. Miss Graves, the effi- cient sponsor, carefully superintended the club's organization and aims, assisting in each meeting by instructing and inspiring the members. Much credit must also be given to Lewis Larrick, a very active member and one who contributed much to the foundation of this club. The Ciceronian Club meets on alternate Fridays in the Latin room Subjects con- cerning the age in which Clcero 1lV6d are glven to different members Each member takes part in the program at least once a month. There are two divisions of the Ciceronian Club. There are thirteen members in each dlVlSl0I'l The ofiicers of the filst division are President Ruth McKnight Nice President Florence Case Secretarv Treasurer Elizabeth Bean and Sergeant at arms Gilbert H111 The officers of the second division are P1 sldent Paul Edwards Vice in X1 arms Kenton Price .. -'--3,3 1,7 f I L1 1 Rf V1 111 .UI K? X . 1' !f,1 ,l . 111 lil lr me 1, w ,' Ml, , .... . . ' 3 .L mt' ' ' l J 1 -1 '1 q IME . . . Ctrl L1 1 l . l . . 1 Q ' : I . , . S vf I 1"'Iv, L11 Q ' .. s .- H, ' u hm, s - : N- President, Plarry McKeeverg Secretary-Treasurer, Dorothy Bowersg and Sergeant-ab X ' ly ' ' . .1 1 1 , , 1 P. , ' 1, . X 'Unit V '! ii- 'ff 1 fy' L ' X ' 1 .,"7'! Q 1 X111 M 9 x I If 2 'z fr, . . -4:-.a -- . Lf' -vc -... 1, To One Hundred Sixty-Four ,.. x T l 2 fffjf ,Af -'L 4- ' -. A f ,fi 1461 1:- Eiterarg I fyi,j1"i1i1:a,, .. H A 4-get I so of -2 I4 ,NW Ja.: ut- - A gzwlf-:-i'-T' - -A ww jail .v444'VM'M'.wt Auioipfkw A 'ANI ' m v! -A I' ' in- la i ms .... V ll 1 it l I l , I A KITE V lx One day, 'twas man-y years ago, ' As I sat beside a stream, l My troubles left me one by one, A And I sank into a dream. ' I dreamed I was floating in the sky . On fleecy clouds of white, H A soft breeze played across my face, X As 1 watched a fantastic kite. And then more closely did I watch, , And, to my wild surprise, X There passed before me on that kite ' ll. Some incidents from my life. If ' x 9 , My high school life before me came: dll It seemed so very plain, ii 'ff' - Just as though I were back in school, ig , Meeting classes and clubs again. f x I grew excitedg grasped the kite: ,Q Nfl y But I could only stare E P For, holding in hand, I saw IJ. A "Quill" from Enid High. li ' W s x l 2 ' xl - Josephine Strickler, '23. 'tl ll! 'li ,'A' I' lil I I f ll it I ill I ' K fin l A ll , Q ' lnvl 1 f . ' -f -T 1 ' . f My 22 --.egg .. illmwllfb One Hundred Sixty-Five 'Wa A 2153? E '-1.3 4 n - ..L?,'V ' 1- F 4 1 Q-j hm v 'E ,gi- , 6 nb l ll ' ill . Wff n-Q-cf Jef-3,5-.sir-wfrf , .- IF I WERE YOU If I were you, you would probably be no better off than you are at present and possibly not as Well. However, this lies in the condition which makes me, you. Could I be you, and retain my mind and have your body or your mind and my bodyg or must I have both your mind and body? lr A - 'A , -" - . . J f -3 - V, -, en. -451,5 ,-f--.fx N ' ' -g:.- " fi: ' f if! ' I-tif, 2 3 F-. Al 5,.,,- v 29 - 4 -.I ',,..,, ,-li, M T.. 1154 fy ,aa El - .pf ,.,,w : r J. r- X AW' lf frm: A1 ni 5 "1" I 1 - ff 2 in-f'."'b.-0 ' A -, ,u -Ii IZ. ,f 4 I ,. 'ln an 1 1 . 1 1 - x -:px . l 1 I U , l l l l Il I 'f , n It seems logical that to be you, I would have to be wholly J and entirely you and none of me at all, and in that case, I am X not you 5 but if I must be wholly and entirely 'you then I never 1 was, and only you were and are. l Now because of just this fact it seems to me, it would be XI , better, when giving advice, to say, "It seems to me," rather M, than, "If I were you"g because, you are wholly and entirely you lifjf in everything you do and say and think. If I were you which. I certainly could not be, I would do and say and think as you 1 ! ' would do and always have doneg furthermore I would have your , iq body and I would be you, and someone else would be me, or . , else I would not be at all, and things would be going round in a ,, , L circle and soon become very dizzy, even as this has. iw ' xl h Erma Dowley, '22. l l x I l k K c l, ,' ll xy ' I nl ! XMI , . ll A I lr W1 ll 'I ' J 'Q ff M ' J' W I wl gr lflfiifim ' J--?,ae: L HC 'Hundred Sixty-Six I xxx Vx ' ' as ,Je ' E+ g P-511 L'Ai:"'g4fTf Q, -g -..rg 4- .tif i I iji'?il V ,W so ,Wawf mm K l Xl ix 'if if lj l 1 X x I 1 I 1, rl l ll hh, ,A I 1 ,. W I I QV, 4 SMILES A smile is legal tender, You can pass it any day, 'Twill always reward the Sender, And make others glad and gay. If your way seems long and dreary, P Then start each day with a smile, If you are forlorn and weary, Stop and laugh at every mile. You will never mind your trials, If you laugh at play and work, And the distance won't seem miles, If you never, duty shirk. Many are the joys of living, Then let's grasp them while we may, ' You will get what you are giving, Never mind what others say. Smiles will make your life the brighter, Full of sunshine all the while, And 'your load will be much lighter If you greet it with a smile. Marquita Alloway, '23 -I 1 H w X . -4 ll H X 1 'Al ll ! I N . qi., lk Qi ll l f ' ...S uw--L " T 22 fifs' . N'-I -"N" One Hundred Slxt Ildlzi, g -ff"'- 1-L . ze. f- f 'f -Y new -1 ' L2--Q ' -'lp ' 1 l JM If' ii-,: A-'E "-, Q4-iq," - - ' ':- -- fl I H . l A STUDY IN COINCIDENCE Xi il On the top of a small promontory stood two huge oak trees. From their old gnarled X 'y 1 1 trunks their branches rose high into the air overtopping the rest of the trees that grew 1 near. No one in the countryside around could remember when these trees had been ' 1 1 1 1 i l. 1 N' 1 - -'f . I Y-- a s 1 -2 gs . -.L X.. f 5 , -az Li" fi ' M1 f Q am. 1 'ifrsa -, if ,, if ' , f ': K C, -f , . Qi-. in -Q -' '-4-f - 0-1. - -f:. f f f 1 ff' . W . . .', - ml , -, -1 'I 1' . I 1 l I i Il anything but the huge monarchs they now were. N yi To Bob Hern giving a farewell look at his boyhood home before leaving for the city, the sight of these trees seemed to hold some sinister meaning of foreboding trouble. The 'll trees had always held an important place in his boyhood. As a child he had played l i around their huge trunks and the sight of their towering branches had always filled him li A with awe and strange emotions and longings. 1 N N 1 Bob was leaving for the city to go into business and his success was felt to be as- .I ' N1 sured by those who knew him. Among friends he was termed as a "brilliant young ' ,I man." Neither were his friends mistaken, for his business prospered and soon he was a Nh if noted business man. l ig 1 ll' In the rush and enjoyment of life in the city the old country home soon became a iii faint memory to Bob and his letters were unusual occurrences at the farm. But one day lr the realization came to him that he must go home, as his vacation was in, two weeks, V i ' his plans were hurriedly made and soon he was passing through the familiar scenes of ' al 1 his youth. lm: l . . V' , I1 Starting up the lane to the house his eyes unconsciously sought the two huge trees. , I l He was startled, and all the joy of coming home was overshadowed by what he saw. W 7' The largest of the two trees had been cleft by a streak of lightning and blown over in a J Y will wild storm the night before. Arriving in the yard Bob was confronted with the news of W his father's sudden and unexpected death the night before. ' l . i . . . f I Back in the city oiiice again, the shock and sorrow of his father's death were over- l f! ' 15 come by his working day and night. But only a few months elapsed before a telegram ,'i'k1'l X 4 telling of his mother's death from sorrow and a broken heart, was received. Traveling will l A home again, to attend his mother's funeral, his eyes, as before, hunted for the lone oak, Z X the symbol of his youth, happiness and home. But it was gone. The ax of a careless '1 1 'li gardener had felled it N l f 1 K - ' W 1 4 li I l i is 1' Mary Price, '22. , '1 ' ' ff . l li 05' , S 1 l I l ,f Aw . l ff:-, l al '1 'fy 1 Ivy, III1, 1K .ff ,' " fl' V ,I 1 . 1551710 p "i, I y lhwfigxl , n '1 r -H HQFS1-rem 1 , as 2 d--are .Q.zwT"'L 'Sil l-Hmared i ty-Ei hT"' K '- i 1 1 ll L l r r, i,?,X-L3'T-jgl1f:'f,, 1 Y .x - , -eg. - Aff ' ' , 'i ,hif i cgzilii f.:-fi-f , Q 1 Al:4f:.M,.7Z7 fyfk 9- sg-.en .V if REALIZE YOUR AMBITIONS if it Upon reading the title you may exclaim, "Impossible! How can I realize my am- lf, l bitions ?-they are too high and too many obstacles stand in the way." Are you will- , ing to go on through life with this idea? 'lx lf you are an energetic, Worth-while individual, ambition, that consuming desire to ll I achieve something, is essentially a part of you. Endeavor to realize your desire to achieve something worth while, and exercise determination and will power in this ac- complishment. I There is a difference between your childhood dreams and those which come later I in life. Childish fancies change each day for, in the words of Longfellow, "A boy's W' N will is the wind's will and the thoughts of youth are long, long thoughts." But ' as time goes on, these thoughts are forgotten, and in their stead come real ambitions. in HH But perhaps you may not, even then, have any definite purpose in mind but only 'f a vague sense of something bigger-something higher. Follow this impulse to go on xl and do not let the fire of your ambition be quenched by difficulties which you will en- counter on the way. Be content and make the most of your present place in life but 1' 'Q ul always strive for a more useful, greater position. X lf' When the .path is rough, for it will not always be easy, and you overcome the hind- ll! , rances, your character will be stronger and you will be able to make the next advance. Jw l 'll Thus each step in the upward direction-each step that brings 'you closer to your M 'W' goal, gives you confidence in yourself and gains for you the trust and faith of others. X f Remember, "To him whom much is given, much shall be required." So it is for ' you to develop your talents to make the most of your gifts. In doing this, ambition ,I l' l P are formed. Realize these dreams of yours! Perhaps you do not wish for wealth or li , ith fame. Certainly all cannot have them. Then one of the greatest of all ambitions, which if NSA' you can realize, is kindness and love of humanity. For shall it be said that only those N i, who are rich in worldly goods are successful? M But even though you do not reach your mark after every effort, the reward will . .fl ll J -surely be in having tried. Whatever your aim, make it worthy of a reward and work X , f my untiringly, unfalteringly, to accomplish that which 'you desire to achieve. Realize your Ambitious! Zala Elder, '22. A al 'T i 'lla ,ll 'ififili e ' --ragga, l??375l3'. AV 3, 51 K-N' One Hundred Sixty-fl n u' T15 A e' fe-L l-aff?-I?,j .- Q .M i " ffif - -4.- - N... gfffiwi esffeisswilif .-- 527722 . I THE DWELI ING OF LOST TREAbURES Do you believe in fairies and witches or have you with the other people cast off that belief as childish? If you have you have missed the thrill of being visited by beautiful small creatures and carried to far-distant lands. I was sitting in my big arm chair before a cozy fire one wintry evening when a dainty little fairly who fulfilled my ideals of fairy appearance came to me and in the rarest of soft voices, asked if I should care to be taken on a journey. Now as I have always believed in fairies I was not frightened in the least and was very anxious to accompany her. She waved her small silver wand and I was following her on wings through the clouds. ' - " . -" . J -,V -M ,, - . :eff -E X.. 1 Q5 E f - 'S - -f E ez! I 75555 Q' 5 Q: ,. -, 2' ' L Zi.. 'Q-HF-I 'A if ' .. si'-f T' ., 7 X LW A., ll Q u ,ag ' f , I I "tt - -1 A QW 1 .iw w 1 ll , K , l l 4 , I Il ' u , t A Y . , 'sl , I Y 1 lx I V, fi' , 1 I l fx Before us there were many brilliant lights and a large palace above whose door I was the inscription, "The Dwelling of Lost Treasures." Ascending the steps, we were A' - met by the butler who, to my very great pleasure, was my long-lost fountain pen. 1 A Smiling, he welcomed me with his service and expressed the hope that I, also, was not ' 'I lost. I After disposing of my fairy-like wrap, we were conducted by a very dependable t qi little maid, whom I recognized as my baby sister's doll, Betty, into a large ballroom. -,' 'A The room was filled with gay, laughing couples who were joyously dancing. I seated N A myself on a couch in one corner, prepared to enjoy being a wallilower. A tall young ' li , man, who appeared to be very much bored, came over and asked my permission to sit near me. I talked with him a short while and his conversation sounded very familiar. ,N ,I Finally, I, very curious to find where I had known him before, asked his name. He lil A replied, UI was once your ambition. but you lost sight of me and were not energetic lil l enough to quicken your speed to catch up with me." He left me sitting there. stunned ' l il to think that I had lost such an interesting friend. ,W 'll A girl came rushing by and glancing my way stopped short and stared, then, ,rx lj' seeming to recognize me, she advanced and said, "What are you doing here? Not after li fi me are you ?" Thinking she meant to insult me I asked her what she meant and who iff! fl she was. She haughtily remarked, "I am your temper. You lost control of me while ,f in an argument and I ran here as fast as I could, hoping you would never find me ' X again!" I I decided I should leave before some one who would embarrass me more, came ' 3 along, so I arose. As I did so, I dropped my handkerchief and before I could pick it ! , up a very poorly dressed gentleman handed it to me saying, "Don't waste this as you 7 lf il did me. I am the time you have lost-time that you should have been using in a ' I, f .1 profitable manner in class rooms." f 'fi ' A I wondered how many more things there were there, just as important as these lx things I had lost-articles belonging to people who would never have the chance to see 'A X, and, perhaps, regain them. I determined that when I arrived home, I should try to ' is avoid losing anything. X l, Q I A cold atmosphere chilled me and I awoke to find I was wasting time that should 1 il V 1 have been spent studying history. 3 KJ Nora Henke, '23. f "lf,-' X , ' xx ple iiifjfl' , l fi' ,Z H5 ' 'f T 1 ' ' I ' ll i A - 1, 'x' I f' ' . I ' I .I xt , ph 4-j,,:gs 5 w e ,,. W J--sae Une? H undred Seventy il, - v,- , . V t-,4..- ...v J.. f:f:fm!.Y5L'.ig.":-f if .QI-'-44, , A . Q I-rf '. , , , sv we - l - J .M - fp- .L l J -'fr Q .M sis' f?f"M"":.:. 'v144M41Mx,4N, ,wi-,B-a t Y i A xl Y i , . 44,3--QL f, il l U, - 'I l f Q ,' H L. li 4 1' 'I With Apologies to Briggs. N 1 Dear Annual Staff: 3 , X I 1, H It's the first of the year, and 'you wonder what you did with V X X your salary last month, and why the children in the grades have " n f forgotten their "Do, Re, Mi's," and why the chorus people for- I l 11, got their note books, and why so many requests come to excuse l ,g l Glee Club folks-and you feel as if you just can't live through N' 'I another operetta-and then, you learn The Quill Annual has L , 'I been DEDICATED TO YOU. And, l x 1 Oh, Annual Staff! It's a grand and glorious feelin'. ' l y X I . l l ,- L Y ' , - ' , - El ! fr J' J' JB F -V li Hljl fl B A ll Y k h 0 L1 'Th B. 2 TY1 6 S O f ', I " Thanking you for this courtesy, I am ' ' 4 T I Sincerely yours, lj' f ll. Bess B. Bradley, 'Y f lf Music Supervisor, E. H. S. s ll A fl l B il: Q T , l ,441 A B l' W9 'iw A' n rl X ul All tif 'll ,' A A HU - - '51, --g...:.,,f I , ITYNJ IAN!! ,I hu s ' 1 Ig. .ri , 2 ,Mies lrl f a from ,, ,- 2 ze .mf 4, Y 1 ' L1-. f-- , ids- ' I-J , Flu-L "' 4 One Hundred Seventy-One - r I' rf -' - - J -"- . - ....- g A .ii X- ' 'Q -AIA 'T-'aa - 'f M2 E.- l f ev gi 'I 's -- -1 5 fig? Li .ZW gag thi ef' -l... 5 I 21-eg" I -QQ ff: 'Q A 1 w ,l 4 V if One year ago when I lived in New York, I read a great many stories about the free- dom and hospitality of the people in the West. This all seemed strange to one who had lived in a large city, where life ran in a certain way and the conventions were strictly observed. Life itself was a constant struggle to keep up appearances and to gather in the almighty dollar. While I had traveled a great deal with my parents, I had never been farther west than Chicago, so when my father decided to go to Oklahoma, I began to imagine pictures of what the country would be like. In my mind I could see nothing but broad prairies 1 I 3 'f i A NEW CHEROKEE STRIP A ll X I I 1 f Ll lx f llk with mountains rising in the distance, and the only life to be seen was an occasional jllll cowboy riding over the plains. Possibly a few tepees rose in my vision, with a number 31, I1 of small sclons of the noble redmen playing in the sage brush, at the same time keeping 1 li a watchful lookout for rattlesnakes, tarantulas and coyotes. ' A few months went by and we received a message to come to Enid as soon as possible. Then followed a busy time for my mother and me, saying goodbye to lifelong friends, W and packing for the long journey. All of my friends sympathized with me because they thought I was going to a place where there were no comforts such as, street cars, paved X l streets, gas and electricity, and good schools. H li At last the day came for us to start and naturally I was all excited. A blizzard I' was howling through the streets and when we entered the taxicab to go to the-station, gl we waded in snow up to our knees. , My We traveled for three days and nights in the pullman, and as we neared St. Louis, I gf , I noticed a distinct change in the weather, for I observed that the snow had disappeared and I knew We were coming into a warmer climate. . ull We were to meet my father at Tulsa, and as we neared the place, I kept wondering will Mi K if the crowd at the station would be made up of cowboys and Indians. At last we ar- I1 ' rived at Tulsa, and as I was stepping off the train, to my surprise, I saw people as x civilized-looking as the Easterners. Soon my father came to meet us and, naturally, I .7 li was very much pleased to see him. ' lwl As we drove to the hotel, I was surprised to see beautiful office buildings and stores. . jf That afternoon as we drove around the city, I began to realize that the wild and Wooly ' I. 1 1' West was a thing of the past and lived only in the minds of the story writers. ' X 'U - Helen Barber, '25. K 23' ' N . iii? ll I 'ez if ,' , ell' L y ' ,, - 22 A-as -253-+"'L aryiiewlaltindred Seventy-Two I 1 . 1-,W Q 1 s V'A 1 A A. " . li ,Q 1 ,.,, , i Q -yfx X 'rl sv ? I Lf: 5 U X I - I V Eu' . r ' 5 F5522 if H+' iw' !1 115555 : f 1, , jr si 'A - '. ' 'AZ' iff!" w w A if W '11 :ww w ,I , 1 " , 3,3 "', J I A z ' h .' J,:11i-1 1 ,Q P ll' 1 ' K f 'Nf 'lf1E2igi , ,H A M f ,m 1 . xvv, , E - 'IN ff D A ,gf1, '?af' i 143 I g A 'W -V A m 1 ' , ' 5' ' I ' 4154 ' b I ' 5' 1 v , ,,.MT'f 4 .i ', . Q- ' N m , ff , r I ., W ,, ,, L, . U! qi, ..,,, I Z Mr XH ,J 'tl 'Www -4 '!""'- "A -,law K - M 1,Y1r:f'g'1-i?5- f- ff K-Q ,. , J me K . Y 5 X .1 gs, ,J ,mf I ,L -4 I I an ' K -K 'w WJ. f V ,,,, ,vw fi 'W -' ' 'ww f-. K , . . I 5 -1 4 ' 5: ,' -2 5 .A 'iiff - A 5 : X .S 14,2 ti f f A F' 551 st., V lm 4 -V' Wfvih ,' H i " 'if f 'g2fS' 4,'A L1 W fl . A u i 5: .f , gl 1 " ' 5 ' 1, V - I 3 'E 2 if f ,J V1 n N wx IV RXX Vs 1 346, '4 . V5.U 1 ' iL,'l,1,l2j3:.,3g X K x Q 1 J Q. - Q . bfi: J' . 1 , ..' .-. .. ... -1- diff. - 75 --.F'?'-f- ' ...if J 1.. .f-'-5 E, 'qftffv Bumnr L I qm i4L Y 2-2-wiivw 3 '-T -- 45 - 0- ,SQ3 ' Wi- ' iw, -f 'jg' . J:-Y 1, , rf ' .5 ,gli ..i A :QM QTiff- V 351 757 - -i fjtffif ' ' i w -Jnz..V! ' . 4 -B .hp-, --MF XL. , B 'LIE' -,4 I i .rs E ' ,ffr'-f:5"'f2- wMm,V.g1i'L:W' 4.4C1" - E 431' c a..-.iz ,Y . I' . HOW TRUE! I An editor works both night and day, , .L Till the tips of his fingers are sore, 'I 1 Yet somebody is bound 'to say, 'Ig 1 "That's stale-I've seen that before." 1' I .ii T0 HEAR THEM TELL IT! il The freshman flunked because his teacher failed himg N The sophomore because he didn't careg The junior because popularity demands it: I The senior because his work was useless there. J, A i V THE TRUTH f gi The freshman fiunked because his work was different' ' The sophomore flunked because he shirkedg ' , The junior because there were too many dances: J W The senior because his bluff didn't work. 1, ' l Li it W , FOOLISH QUESTION vi will Abe: "What is the height of 'your ambition ?" N M Fatty Arbuckle: "Oh, she comes about to my shoulder." N I r S' ALL 01-' 'EM W' ,l 1 w 'P Nth Senior: "Where have you been?" Wi il' Freshman: "To the cemetery." H ,, N4 H!" Senior: "Anybody dead?" hifi' fi Freshman: "All of 'emi' -I W Ni AN EYE Fon BUSINESS l J n v f N Ralph Stewart: "Izzy, the man that ii' you owe five dollars is on the iiij gil V 'phone and wants to speak to you." my A I . I if Izzy Bullock: "Tell him dat ve have WI, l ix had the 'phone tooken oudt." , 'H' i iflviw if A i I in vi : Muir- TRY 'EM ALL Wi Ui' Spencer Entriken: "My dad says that I have a large cavity that needs -,W filling." i , fy iv fix p Miss Powers: "Well, did he recommend any special course of study?" if ' ll N, VI I a's I' ' ,gy ln., If 'ri i V- A A n jhlv i, 2 f W 2 A-.ai ,lirrwme iw 1 ' One Hundred Seven ty-Three . 1.1 3 , . , l 1 nl, 'Ji W1 f l ml' nf 7 fsl 51 'REQ' ' IF Kyiv 12: N, I ' K q J me I B W- , -5 Mi ---1' 'lf' . ff, Q' 5 L? ,. . ' - 7' - f 1'-at 352275 LE s wf! HQYTFH- FF, -. , - --9 ff-T ' '49 I' W lk . :L -.- -. B' Ell g ggg, r, - I ll VI .np . f K STUDY HALL W X In study hall I sit and look, f - At all the kids, but not my book, ll, Ll When my grade card comes out tomorrow, 9' What flunking there'll be, and oh, what sorrow. ' Ili' V I ff GOOD ADVICE 'L' Put your hammer in your locker, 1 X And your sounding board likewise, li ' Anyone can be a knocker, y I , X Anyone can criticize. ,F 1 N 1 ll A rll , I - H SEND N0 MONEY 3' 'I I I didn't and that's where I got my library of pamphlets, ads, and other I literature on "How to Raise Belgian Hates." , L y V, It happened late one night--I saw the "Scare-head" letters of Send No ll LX Money and without reading further, clipped it, put on my name and address W 'W and sent it in. l il I now have compilations of junk all over the house, and from the house I li! A ., to the office, and all over the office. l J ' ' X If ' They even tried to induce me into the game by sending a sample hare C. O. 'wil W D. for thirty days' free trial and it died on the 13th day. Now-What would I N if i you do-'Z wg , .g' . . I J ERASE THEM " X" ' Miss Carter: "How are you going to get rid of the parenthesis?" I N! , . 1 ,Il Joe Denner: "Erase them." My ' . e, f :ly 9 BE SEATED I- ' A ll V " Miss Barnett: "How many wars has England had with Spain?" -M' 1 9 Bullock: "Six." ,'1,',ffk 3 'X 1 Miss Barnett: "Numerate them in order, please." U" ' I Bullock: "One, two, three, four, five, six." 1' 'N , B23 - n v yt, ah' 1, NN fl. "lm f , KI ' ,lr-. f. 2 : f yvlfvm Lge.-- I , ---43-ge: ' 2, 1 "' 4 One Hundred Seventy-Four , in , 1 11' I,-.. ,vw Q , tx, i. ' 1 -' X-F -r "1 15, Q .- 1 f- - W... , A - Hx, .. .. 1 T "gg -,jg - ' Q, 1,,fg,y,: 7.-ws. ' . 1 ' ' ' K Y W .-.H-.. , .vm V'-,,,,, A mr- - - ,, ,,,. , - ---.,.-.., V. . Q-,:,v1,,w1, ,. Aw' A 1.3 ' S321 K ,, M , 1.v1ufr:1-111. ' QI.. H335 -+ HM .....J-,..,. ' -- . 1-. , wah- - X., - . uv!! ., ,: ,l ' .sz.. . 4 ,ri Ki ka,-,.. 5 7. vp. , . 1 4.5. ..1. . K. ..., 'Fi'i+2wi,.5Lg - - -V -f-K -11:41-7---,:-,Q .-.mf xg.. gi 1 fi 1. 11. 'E W. U -l in rs ff. ,al ui' ,. 11 ..,,1 13 1.11 111.3 1.1 11 1- 3 1 G1 If F' 11 I 11' yfif ai 11 F 1. Nt' 2 1'IE .1 , gh C1 51 1 .X -1 1 1 1 1 V .1 fi 3-.L J W' W? M. !1..R:.11:i 1,l'i'fU '51 'X ' .1111 1.,,, NPL V 5.1! Vxff F1 f H. ' .lil fri' .51 X . 1 1... . 1 .1 . 1.,E', 1 H... -, ,., L 1. , 1,15 . , T '11 1 5. 'xi 1' ."4.': Q-,, 2 ,f C-,i ' , "Val KWQXJ1' PV V! 'N r 1 '11 1 1311-31 'ff . , :-17 .1" V. 1.1 1113 ,Y,1r.H.g'-ig il! Wye X P- N11 E, ,'T"f1 1 Agia. 4? - - -if f Wir- ,W-, f.--. . .1 1-f --N W1 1- .-111.-L-5: af t W- 2-5 .. X x -' .K '.'. .1 -G - .11 'X' if A 592544.21 f-,-, a.,.4.,+....., .,,,,......q..4.ia..-eff -A -Q...2f1-E-iizwu YT L-,fu-.X-,1a,g., . -. 11 1 .1 A 1 .vi 2 -.H.,,,-.X , .1 , - ,.,f, ,'ifXX'fv.Jf:.L's,.1. ' Nh: . x '-ffl , .. ,:-.35.. 1. ri... .wma-fwxxv-f-xi-f-.k'.3-1' -1.7 fl' - 1 .-.2 v. ,, 5.1 . 13.1 1 14'. 1.. ... 142 fl" 1 1.9 . 1.5 1. VJ .1 1. I . 111 F1 .1 1 .1 11. ...K ,. 1, 1 1 1 1 C ,'1.':Yl' 1 1 A' 1 3 J .VA . . . 1 1 A 1' . . 1 . 1 Lrg Q ,. '.1!' mf 5 1 31111 1 155' Tfgrl ? 11.1, . 1 5? , ygiifm 1.1 1 .1 A -,1 n ' 1" '1 . ,Jp1"11 1.-P T1 Q. f WN 1 ,f , ig x- 'LW f:.1.1,-.,, r I W -X. X 1 N. 1- . 1 - ' '. V '-. L ,. ...T LF., E-1. ,1-- ..--,.'y'x' , E11 3 Fiwif. ,Q 'RWE F 1 ' V i, One Hundred Sevelity-Five li , im ' 9 Rv 2" I - - V. if E T- -f"'- -,-ff-Y' l X - I .,- N W ix ' " , 1- . .. "lien ,-, g 1- I Mis I 'ss f fl - Q' if .,.. ,y ' Qi. ,F as Lf? I -f ' for I, -aff hm iff 5 . - f' ---- A- - - 4 -W QP -fa. - 'B 'X - . , -ff f is-f I - ., e .aff 4' X gli: K -5 ,gg-:ml 5 'Q :rx , 1 1:5 F 2- -151 E0 ,U 'p,, 1- H, : wiv ': I Q 'K '-Ir ' 1 7i?!'f252u UfE',,5"1 .. .- -- '- f' ' - 1- "F-"fi"-' .. -, - ..,.-H-. - -- , is W .. in ' A X f N I ' " , 1 K , ta 1 n Wg l n i . X fy 1' ' T , N I 7 1 7 v s , 1 11 U 1 , V I so ARE WE I Howard Wilson: Un debate classj What do you think of my execution Mr. Whitney?" Mr. Whitney: I In greatly in favor of it myself. MY GIRL Keen looks do not a sweetheart make Nor winsome smiles engage' i I know for my girl s homely but She drives a handsome Paige. And Winsome smiles engage me not X Nor cover beauty's lackg X But still my girl gets by a lot, x M She drives a Cadillac. 1 ,1 fd But Cupid on the other hand, V Has arrows in his quiver N, ,I That makes me love my girl although M I", She only drives a iiivver. J Although, not beautiful, my girl IM f Is quite a clever modester, in M Which helps a lot-but best of an, I i She drives a chummy roadster. . 1 , iw I love my girl, indeed I do, I in W Although my girl's no queeng I jf, 'Q But when I take her out ml! ia' She takes her limousine. ll ' X 1' RE + Miss Armantrout: "What is a harbor, v 3 ' " 2 J 1, anyway ?" J I ' : in :V V' Ben 4Walters: "It is a place to park NN i li' i ,x " ,V ships." lx X. I H 1, 'ight ANI! X nwililb f ' fi V 1 TN: L " H: 1' N If fllofosknfvh or Two 'f'y gi' M' NEGRQEQ gHOfE'L!NG'r' f VH Gong, H-T pq IDNQG-HT lil' ry W I Y. .JL fr ' U rl ' :H 22 .-as-,-,gi , ,,.,4,L-sf One, Hundred Seventy-Six I uh! A! 'qui l fi' V ' . .I Hi X Y haf A high' 1 ku-A, 'l"1w'-if V I . .. , ffl., 5 ..ee--g,gggi -, if ..4.,.-...free-,, T if AN' -K W Q . ,N , ,Jew-. .2-M 4-,L-ll, .A -A gl, Wann- "wif-Mfg mf h mmm, he-ei A STUDENT CENSUS OF E. H. . 'I S 1 I When queried by census takers of The Quill Annual, '22, the following 'X H I, I l 5 V 1 'B 1 , results were obtained: b I X, QUESTON: , Who is the law in E. H. s.? H 4 Mr. Waller-954 students, 46 faculty members. W li ,Q y vga , ' . l' 94 WHO ARE. w Hb, The ones that believe there is one bigger than Fat Pickens .... .... al 0 L lol The ones that believe the "Webs" are the best in school .... .... 3 5 H The ones that know they're not ...............,....... .... 9 19 l" 'w 4 "IH The ones that have dates ...... .... 7 03 W1 X ,N ,,,, My The ones that make '95 ............ -- 2 ,Ill fwl' I' X I , The ones that think Latin is hard ............ .... 8 79 SI V, 1 The ones that think the moon is made of cheese .... .... 2 00 l ,' ' The ones that expect their name on the "office list" --- .... 900 N' 'V , , . A 1 "E l The ones that "mooch" The Quill Weekly ........ .... 5 0 I, 1 l J ,u 'Xi The ones that subscribe to The Quill Annual ............. .... 6 25 X The ones that know E. H. S. had the best team in history .... .... 9 54 ' ' ff I 'N ll The ones that are regularly enrolled in B-9 ................. .... 1 0 H ' 'v' X W H r mi l, The ones that know E. H. S. is the best school in the state .... .... 9 54 A R 3' ' The ones that think they are in ............. 4 ............. .... 9 54 W, ll ', ' 1' X W, NN The ones that think this census is bum .... .... 9 53 I xy , , , . , II K. I N K fig, l ll hw ' - Ill ' fu If I, XR ' 1 .I I7 w I f ',a If , 2 ., , 1 'S , if f , alilfiif ' -- 1 , was-WMI: - hffifiilie 1. 1 , - ---4.-.2 9 Jlsimwm? '11, 5, '-"' , " ' One Hundred Seventy-Seven I X531 ,v, D -'.--ugh - n---1 :fn - - fig --1,-wg, ..-.,-. ,,,, , ,rn -,, f - , , ,.-.L. W-,g..,.a,:...-..,,...,.. A .. ,N ff., ., , 4. .AA ,,f Q f , ,Y-,-' x, f - -, ., g:5:.,:'X Tm - FI . ,- ' "15T"".:'-"" ' R L' , qi. . . 1' 4' ,' x ,-F352 ,,,f" --if .-.-- , ' '14 ,. fx, " 'lk' 1 H tix'-Q, -11-wk. f ,f f,"-':"15:T-- 'nf 1, '-5 'A' iv 5.f I+- 'x F 'i 113- -'i f 'j.,"a'xf -Y ' '-.E .-' ' 1 -' ' E : ,,'1"""'7' -za ':5"1" fl , ' 4 X-x L" Qs. " y.41f'H7" R' '5 ' 'G ,J " 'W' ,E Q. .,g,2 ' ' 5' 'z'gI..Z.g-1' - x Y 1' ' - ' I 1 - ,, --:.:-'fm' X 1 - ,N , -- ""1' - ' H- , L . f ' "JSF - 1, ,ZPT K ,:,.':f"f' "' L -5'5" ,TM . f.,, ,,,, . M., ,... ,. . ,, ,, , , ' N " I-,1 fri W--.ufQ',f7," 131.115, ' , ., - if f 1 Jw" 1'-' " N 5+-,, 1- - , fm: . "1 2114-4 X JT-If ,---.:?'i:Q,.,.1z'-A" lxiyrlivf-Y can:me+3':.1f.,a..:'HL seg:-1, .Nt'i05,, -. , F -...455i..v,, 1-xillgd, .g'i.-: 1 Y: -. ff: f QL: gi 5 3, rs Wg 'U Q: ' 921 3 Qi . sf? K ,, L V , 'Q ' ,sf 54 J, .gs 5.15 15 f-.1 a - hy-.JU if? .,,n 2 .1 if' ry 51 .H X326 ,ff lam 'u 1 . ,.,, ,,, , 1 E4 1 xl ,. , .e JH' lm' ry: ,W ' I vf ' P- :Y x W X , , .' 5 J' g W . N 'f H W5 A, I .Rex .5 .TLVYM f .J ,115 ,n f,.,,y' + . ' 5 x'I',:fE nn' ,, , Rimfg, . ' vit-Y' ,1 P "gi M ., N ,M , , . 1' ' ' " 1515, -Vx A w,.xf.w-, . A , , L5-. xxiyag af' 1, 1. ,QW W2-ZX M '1 avi' "1 I 3 ki. ' 11' H. 1' V , , , , . , ,, rj-, ,Hs -V ' . Fx'-M, X JJ! 1 ,ia , 1 -f.. Y- ,x 1 K -- ,,If5fQ,-. lv'-IL fm . ,N 'f-25'-:N 'f-' V M iw 'J'ix?Y1. 5'.w'.L:5.'j: J f' ' kiizi-QM 5'3" .-V , , NXf,wf1 Y . -M L99-'xy'-'f y. , Wi-f, Tw I, M L Ii fx, !Z,,1lf,,',,4-.'fl'!WA f' ' ' ' ' Vg.:-,N Pj, VHA.-h I: mtg'--'J 'rj -.' uw-" ' ., ' ' ,e1fff"efw , 'ixfxkl 5 7' if l ,wx ,.,,,s..,h,, ' "1',P-.-:Tim 4 1 A wi gil-2sFE,f1315..7V' ,. -, '- V X - - One Hundred Seventy-Eight c 4 L Lx , I T?-'K 7 v Y: -Yi Q i .5 ,YH f -ff Jr--'A-in as ai i QDQQQS. 11 -A geifs i f-'g,,,e..i:2wfe,. , T ' Z.. JL- -. , 1, , ' 7- ' mu.. ,B "T ? " 1,1-'M 'A U ,EE I 'Egy":tt wuml-M-QT M M45 J 3 .1 ' -I -H-Lf? 1 I ,I I I I I 'I I I y , ,M II II .I I3 CORRECT--SIT DOWN Waller had an office list, He had it trained no doubt, For every time that someone called, The ofiice list came out. PUZZLED Mr. Whitney: "Don't you understand the question, Miss Cameron?" Lucille Cameron: "Yes, but I don't seem to understand the answer." YES-THAT'S RlGHT It takes a lot of inspiration To write an annual book: The staff don't get inspirations From a smile or willing look. We don't know what makes inspirations, But whatever it is, is scarceg The way we fight for our share Is simpley something fierce. MARY HAD A LITTLE LAND ' If Mary goes far out to sea, I By wayward breezes fanned, I'd like to know, can you tell me? NU Just where would Maryland? ,Is , I HIGH HURDLES! EH! Abe Voth: "Who was Diana?" I Miss Wilson: "She was the Goddess of the Chase." 4 I Abe: "Oh, so that is the reason she always has her - I suit." - I X ! ! IT DID ! ! NI IXI Florence bought a dachshund pup, ' ' II II To keep her social standing up, 7I II It did! I I ,I She dragged him forth upon the l 1, square, 'II To make the many loafers stare. n xx Q. They did! 1 .If gm M . 'IM IIIIII r I ti, ' j 41' , , -- , . 'wfwff Q ,I 22 Av 1 "" 5 c .ml I I I I I I I I I I I II' 7V WM I 'ls ' III I I, if I I f? picture taken in a track ,I I I I t ,II , - ,I Nw ix' --fi I fl J One Hundred Seventy-Nina K 'iffl 1 nl I JN 'I ff? I xx 'I i ,,'f'Iiiif. ...sa ,I 22522 :iA',,g "- I . i . - . -,.. -,.. ac:.'4g.RliZ.il!!l , .- ,t .mn - . . ,Y. Q 1 AFTER VOLSTEAD Bruce Hinson- I have figured out a good geometrical proposition. Miss Hanson- What is it? B. H.- I have figured out how much water passes over Niagara falls to the quart." Miss Hanson- How much?" B. H.- Two pints. CHRISTMAS GIFTS l 'X " ' I -5 t M1 Q' ,QW l' 2 2 'a 2 A- - -'- -fl v f'?1y ,f W' ,. - ' J-4-r- ':. '-" K I If , Y .,'-- razf- - --.. 1 -11.1145 'L ' 'fb' ff? ITEM- gli: " H -., . 'V 'E2- 'wr lf' ' 1 -5' F ,.- U 1. - , 'I ..- - -B.. Q , - , 4 ,1 why. r , that .AM . Z X M , L -1. ,,:. A ' - LH V I I! ll Z' H x li IB ' ' ,I J m 4, lx l 1 I u - n 1 Xl as n I 1 u It LI 1 zz I KI !! A Y f ul l I l lg ' 1, There was once a teacher named "Ted." ,I Upon Christmas day she was wed. f It was soon very clear, it , Her name's Chapplear, ' W For the rest of her life, so she said. xi . Il s' H X 4 NO? REALLY? lx ,AI Miss Douglas-"In the sentence, 'Brutus stabbed Ceasar-,' what case is ll Ceasar in?" il Dorothy Ann-"In a pretty bad case." .N ll ll ,K A CROWING SUCCESS W l my Ben Calloway-"Was your garden a success last year?" 1.1 Edward Montgomery--"I guess so my neighbor's chickens took the first jjlxliif , prize at the poultry show." I" jf! cw , I N I I 4 FRISCO TIME . ' ' Miss Love-"How much time did you put on this lesson ?" if J .Vg John Huston-"About half hour, railroad time." pl X l' Miss Love-"What do you mean?" f in ' jx' John Huston-"Including all stops and delays." X 1. I: ' W ,so DID WE nl, 'lil Green freshman Cin the halllf-"Who is that man? I've seen him before fi I y illl i but I can't seem to place him." mp, in ' fi Senior-"Oh that's Arbuckle the basketball player, you know." , 'KA I G. F.-"Oh, yes! Now I know. You see this is the first time I have seen ' I " X' him with his clothes on." r W, If M l ' ' f!5.4 Jill! ,liwj 'y f ,' 1 ' I ,1 . fm SN , , 1 .lf , r 2 y --are AES' ,w0r?e Hu-ndred Eighty ' ' w JXfxX:tfX J, E ,ti s C3 ,E - k -, ,--i'Fs I xfwgws ,fgfggfll--Y 12- ,,, in - 'Al ,, ,A , A-1 gut- -I A , J' ian- i ---JK... ww 43 f I' su .J--,L-il, -1 -v lv , T 'fl' v1l1wMAW' 'w'7xN'E'ZE.E2 443' ' ' D' S " 144-'-L'-4-N ii HOW SHARP f Mr. Borchardt: "What pine has the longest and sharpest needles?" I Hermine Foster: "Porcupine" ,' 1 l n ATTENTION! STUDENTS! 'ix Miss Wilson: "We will take the life of James Russell Lowell tomorrow. Everyone come prepared, please." I E WOODSHED NEXT! y Son: "Did you find your charm, dad?" ,l Dad: "What charm, son, are you talking about?" ' Son: "Well, I heard mother say 5fou'd lost your charm you had when you were young." I Q7 R is R 3 'x The doctor's mistakes X V i Are hid by the spadej 'LZ' ,ly 4 A student's mistakes n Z Di li' E I-0.5 f I li M Revealed by the grade. ' 9 fl My 0 ' if -M I " ' , l Q 'li 'x l i EXCUSE ME il " f f xl Pauline Smith: "What are you doing?" will il Mary Beardslee: "Tending to my own business. What are you doing?" lui . H ix 1' mix ' I glib ANOTHER CUB REPORTER . , I Mifii , Miss Wilson, to student handing in material for the annual: "Is this verse original?" K ly Student: "I should say so. The first time I saw it, I laughed 'till I ' 1' l 3 it . thought I'd die." l mlm ,l 'ffm 640141 'Q lf .J-, fi , l I , riff, V' 4 E W , I f 'ff if- lf i f fiwv' I ' rlxf in pal' iam ,i W 2 --.see . Jw 6 One Hundred Eigh , - ne ,iii N. Ml' 'Q I -7: I i . 4 '- if g E FJ 14 is at -E,-.. T. 'LEZQQ 1 ' 'of' iii eg . ' -QQ if A fi?-L i ..:': o, .A -.-. , ,T i s E ve 415711-?1'51f' 'Y IN ' I AN ENVELOPING ORATOR , Yi O 'W I I, xi W X Whitney in public-speaking: "What's the matter with you, can't you speak If 7l ll 's l 1 If l l any louder? Be more enthusiastic, open your mouth.-Get into it? ? A, I o 1 1 'V' REFRESHING fl s' Senior: "Did 'you see "Oliver Twist" at the show ?" .l A Freshie: "Yes, wOuldn't that make a keen novel?" i N. ill' NOT so fl xy' I, Freshie: "Say, do you think I am a lamp post?" lf' Sophie: "No, you are not bright enough." 1 , All ln H 'gl' A CLEANSING REMEDY ' I t i l Jones had been quite ill. One day the doctor called and found him in f' 1 i li , the bathtub. "Why man are you crazy? You must be anxious to die." WA I l n . "No I ain't," protested Jones, "but didn't you say that yourlast medi- it I L cine was to be taken in water?". 'fly' 7: l ly I 'N 3: 1 lx A TOUGH PROBLEM Adolph Krauss: "I just got bawled out for something I didn't do." i-it X W Kenny Parker: "What was it?" ll, l. Adolph: "A proposition in geometry." x N A tl I lx O J' NEITHER SMITH NOR JONES A f f f,52" lt. N Miss Nolan: "This plant belongs to the begonia familyf' , T I f 'YNW Bill Case: "And 'you are taking care of it while they are away?" . r w 'lt iv 'If .V ,' ' rf lik I PJ l-iffgljl ki N 5 542' 'V - y Ill QM: ' ' .I ' . Pa., wQ'f.Q: Q- I, 22 ...si 144, T. w One Hundred Eighty -Two ' I 1 ' X . :.,3g1g,f-iff .1.V , U V! X Q I .,.xA,n .- f ,- Mx, .ix , ' Y -wil 4 ' 1 M iw-. r y H ,QM 1. ,vi QM' 'V ,sf Ev .,: A. is . if U1 Xvy fi 'Fr ,v 1 1 1 .1 Q, in ap W1 HJ ,N MP f , is W7 'n we ,H 'Ml X1 N U . f E H 1 . R. A NM, U, i - H I 4 1 xg , f , J' if-A 1, ,f 1. :ma gf. WI VJ, 'fri' rl rf 'IMI- zfyffynf' ' aw' 'vi ' UFJ HR ' A w. , , 'Hn X5 f',VMXA ' lfvv ,X,'J'x,1j - ,Q - w , V 1 . x L , ,L J ,, , ,-, up ,X fx 4 ' 43, '5 ",li'51',l iw f NLM! Lw2.:1 ,m! ,Wa '?s:,M:. ',:x4,Q,5."v1 ,,x J -,,.m,x'?,1 xf-gg'v-,1.,l , lm Vwgy' ,Q LU' ,. W r .ff any 1 ' gf rj' ' J, lf" WW? -'A H H ,ff 'WSW f'7'f . W , X, X !'f"1,'fwQ'A' ,. ff fp 3. 5' si fi pfxlg 'Y f I K 48 .lm - 11 1ff':"X7ff33 "' J :L . - K f 'Af' Eff "" AA . 5531- 7-'-T N X Y 'Ft 533331: lflx- "554"f15g'5fffiffj'5flf3f5S?f' K !? One Hundred Eighty ,--AW. .. . -Three . A 1 1 . ,. 1 1. 1 1 X 1l SEE -1 ,4 5 215 fe MOTHER GOOSE UP T0 DATE Sharp clear and steady Bus calls for the pill. He guides the team by the turn of his will' And when he calls formation K that means seven points for us that day. ' Ah! here's another of the illustrious crew. The men who chew are the men who do. He chews up his man and his chewing gum. But it takes McLean to make them glum. Red Parnell at guard is sure some trump. He knocks out his man and ' .1fQ, J, l 1 I 1 1 I I, l .. ..- , in X f' - Q A G .6 , ""' y 1 -X -f 2 -.- an I " ,- -R ' .-6 X' 3' n - - f 1- 1 : ., ,549 1 - ffm' ,al -. D 13- - Q-as ' 'E 1 1'-Zag, N Lhua M ,e.- .11 1. 7- . I, :""'-z, U 1 -i , , . -- .LA all .-.LM 151: "Y-3' 1' ' 1 , 1 1 X ' 1 I X 1 l iv' ll 5 J 7 U H Y ' 1 1 I, 1 1 i l I 1 l 1 ' gives 'em a bump. But some times, 'tis said, the referee and he say cute , VI, things that don't often agree. 1 1 Ji Our little husky full-back next gives us the thrill. If the line don't get 'l N 'em Clodfelter sure will. He's up in his studies and he's always in the H l l game. We nominate him for the great hall of fame. I' 1 '. ' 1 1 11. 1 N, Johnny Everitt is next the ladies' man. But he wasn't so aloft when the M I game began. He's up and coming, right tackles he hovers. And it's no wif' use to tell the ball that he covers. 1' X 1' lx W1 a Here is the one who breaks the line, here is the one who plays so fine. f x'-3 11 1 They say that our team is 'a pretty husky bunch, but it takes Fatty Ar- 1,1 buckle to give 'em the punch. l i, ' I W 11 - , 1 il' , I. , K ' ll' X Ml ' I1 l 9 ' 'I ' ' 11 M' 1 A 42' 1 H A , 1' fx l 1. 1 ' ly xx , ,L , -A . 1 7:-1 i111 'vu' "I ' .wal ffl. I 1.1 111 ,jg gl , ki 1 ' 11 4 , '.:ffm - 22 e ...J '1f11:si'ffme -f:'!'1..1 ' 11 ..-- ,A . - -1.2 J'-15, . ai nt, undre Eig tyf-FFi1r K Lli -f L' " ' f ag. - AH- Y W3 ' -- Q1 51,777 fs A t TQx-l-.. VA :TS-fi-4 . 3 iaii-fi-Tiig Y -L . lm, sg ' 15 J M wi'j,',4,.f S H , t, SOME MORE w f It is said of Sherwood Mays in the Enid Eagle that of all the tackles he is the most able. He plalys the game with his might and main. To win for old Enid is his only aim. Quick at the signal away like a streak, Little Earl Cox is fast on his feet. Dodging and wheeling, he slips thru their arms. Never worrying or fret- ting about sweet maiden charms. l If , V 4 Q3 A is 'T ' .. E, ,-. .M -..V rn 1 , 'x . Old trusty Voth, nan. He tackles 'em high, he tackles 'em low, but Oh girls! I'd say that he gets his man. He gets their goat, he spanks their l 'I i I 1 1 ,N he's not slow. .lt h ll With Joe Denner at center and his watchful glim, a Hiwaiian Hula's got XIX nothing on him. He dives and pushes himself thru the line and his ac- ' ia l curate passing is just superfine. 5 I 'Wil A Missouri mule would have to buck hard to shake Red Weissinger off ly' ,iii his guard. A sure steady tackle, he gets thru the hole, and paves the way for a good goal. I, i ' w Old George Beggs at full back is sure some player. He gets his man ,T y without an error. At backing the line Old George is right there, and he ' vw ' rl doesn't care if he musses his hair. if w R s ki l, . 1,1 fl I . li , il 1 Il! ' 1 ' ' 1 all .ll l 'A ,fjkfl .1 , I ,f N J Q px 'elf ' i E FW Ali 1' . . 1 ' if' J' awhil e ' ---2,3 -.!,, YYNl?" 'Lv 1' 'N' one Hundred Eighty- vi 1 W 1 1 1 N 1 W K lysis ,H , 'V ' I 4 y . 2 If f w One Hundred Eighty-Six ff. , 'i 'Taj-T 'fl---EP. -'if'9f?1is'ff- ,.'fzsiii. - - s ""15w U7 ' -Q ' -4' -lf" M. .w,.w"yi" 'L M1 5 I T .5 9 A"Q,,,-:W -'iff' ,lgv . sees- Wwwiwf Wagga ww. me-Vs' -s ' fl l it N A K il I gn ll is A V I! 1 EI iw U N' l ini ff' .fs 1 i. A WAS'H BOARD FOR A GOAL? lst Freshman: "Look at those football men out in the mud! ever get clean ?" 2nd Freshman: "What do you think the scrub team is for?" How will they IT'S OFF Jessie Smith: "Why did you get your hair cut so short?" Frantz Raray: "I wanted to get it off my mind as much as possible." I ' 1 WHO'S THERE Knock! Knock! "Who's there?" . " 'Tis I, the duke, I have come to see the master to see if I can sell him , some of the latest soap. It is transparent so that when one gets it I in his eyes he can see to find the towel." Q-. Knock! Knock! "Who's there?" k " 'Tis I the ice man. I would like to know if you want any more coal for iq the gas stove I sold you ?" SVI' ni, W ' N0 WONDER Red Smith: "Mac your hair ,is getting grey." N" N I Mac Hutchins: "Pm not surprised-Hurry up." I is f no TELL ' Red Weissinger: "Do you want to know where you can get chili free ?" Fat Thompson: "Sure, where?" Q 'X ' Red: "Stand out in the cold wind for a minute." X' sq. ix i , I P QI y I ' MAGIC POWER ol:-2 . l,: v 1 If iv QI Johnnie: "It's all over, dear. A fortune teller told me I would marry a ff., Nh blond in three months." ' I? .X If xx W Faye: "That's all right. I can be a blond in three months." N Q I .give 3 if in I 1-471 A- ' 2 r , W 2 --:Ii T ...A SNE-f fi iw W One Hundred Eighty-Seyen 'I Y- l A ,S ' X ' " gr i - N I "L-s -rg ' -- 1 '17 I 1. -slr- -e 1-h . Ng. ef. QF--. '-" . .. - e- e -be '89 --- . H Eg, R J- lhu1,r'Ii.ygyE.,, 1- -n., ,. , .T--5 .gm f: f,.,,1g, - . M' P 'Q ..,... 1 .i""' " '3k2ffEi'?f'f' I ' V I l Q SLOW PROGRESS Bright Son: "Say, Dad, what holds people on earth when they are upside Y - down ?" f If Dad: "The Law of Gravity." ll , Son: "Well, what did they do before they passed the law ?" ' I , lr, ONCE MORE Ralph Stewart: 'Can you see me here, Miss Powers ?" - Miss Powers: "If I couldn't see you I could hear you." V I ' ' OUR FRIEND AGAIN H Knock! Knock! The door was opened by an elderly, gray haired wo- iii man. The book agent raised his hat and said, "Lady, I have one of the most 1 'lx 4 valuable sets of books on the American market today. Heartily, wilfully iii M and unknowingly endorsed by public, press and pulpit throughout the old QW QW world and now being introduced in our great country for the first time. il Ni Only 600,000 copies are available." Here the lady raised her hands, "I-" ia ll But the knight of the satchel persisted, "You must get yours now. Besides Q I ' N it contains a complete, vivid, and historical force of an allegory not here-P I4 fl tofore presented by any publisher large or small. Get yours, lady while if ml the getting's good and with it we present a beautiful cameo pin." A "What is the title please ?" asked the victim. "Raising Chickens , for Profit," responded Carl Taylor, for such was our hero's name. l 1 ll , I, ix! I ME Too fn j I ' I 9 Charles Ford: "Mother, I feel sick." Ny if Mother: "I'm sorry, where do you feel sick most?" ' ll, Charles: "In school." il Q, xl, W f IM v Y' ' i .J .H A In ,f Q Mr. Borchardt: "Students, if anything should go wrong with this experi- X gl f' ment, we would be blown sky high. Come closer, so you may be able 1 I .fi l' : to follow me better." - l X. v . - . ' Ed '1 4 544' Af' ' I .1 ,I ML E l If jx , , 'SQJ 4,1 , 2 Pqggg., Q' A t- ,, IV 'Y A". '- 'nnf-Sw - - Z ----2:1-.2 -QQ-"".':71ff N""oh'e Hundred Eighty -Eight fxfigvw FN - - C53 1 I H f - Al1Q-Vl.i..-i......LYQ..-.Y' ',,, S,- F ', P nfl' A 1 + ...B -aa,-' ' - lu, Jr-'E" ,' 'f ,e "' r iw YM-MWQW' f H ' .i.ff"""'W""' A PAIN FUL PROCESS Take a freshman fat or lean, Just as long as he is greeng Really I prefer the fatter, A . I! But perhaps it doesn't matter. 12- .. Mn 'PET' Carefully smooth out all his dimples I Dash in French and other simplesg Add mathematics, the same old bore, L' Then you'll have a sophomore. I x Sv! Now take off his childish dresses, Q Straighten out his golden tressesg ' Add self-importance and some nerve, And as a junior he will serve. ' - Q.. Now put some down upon his lip, ' y And give his hat a dudish tipg Roll his trousers to his knee, 1 . And then a senior he will be. X, ' IV' I l fl 1 N li ' :X , WI A s ll if 1 yxfglm J- A my q,-32.-3 lsgqiirm One Hundred Eighty ine A , I fl-2: - "' 1 Y M- P Y- I 5 -., -.3 -4- - t -- . 1 We N: . N - V V - -- WY ' .fw - ' -' -711 1, V- ":??Sf -. 5' L - 'i 1- .,, T Q' ---E" , , f-L -f AF. -'ff ' ? -- 5' nggg ' " '-1.' "Zi Z 1 'A' ff' I '-Q "EJ 17" .--, ' E" 4-'L"" ' if '2 1255 - 1' ,Q -J agar. vi-'jul Q , .A - ,. I ,-A : 1 fr. : X A-, fl.. - Umujg Z 1' ! I ll 7 lx 7 K 1 o f A 1 X , X 9 l ll i. li m 1 ' If Q E 4 I fr 1 4 ' A J X 1 l x ' ' J f' is ...f ., ??? WHO KNOWS "?" , Who raised the senior Hag at four oclocl' one morning? Who knows . I z ,N 1 ll X A 4 'll ,9 n' E ll 3 4 , 7 ,f N 1 ' ix , , 1 ' y 9 1, - " lp H ' i i fl mi N V l, Who demolished the drain pipe that leads to the roof? Who knows? 'ii s ,f X, ' Who distributed 'cow itch" or Uhokey pokey," one fine day among the feminine sex? 'fl l I rl .H Who knows? Mil lf, Why is "Heinie" Spalding always the object of Quill Weekly feature stories? Who J M 'if knows ? A I p WI Who gave Taylor his debating ability? Who knows? 1 'X :M ' i 'ix 'i Where did Fatty Arbuckle's grin originate? Who knows? QYes, Audine you're right.J l ill 'X k y , I, . W k X Why does Miss Barnett say "likewise," and in Writing exam questions say, "Discuss ' 'ia Fi, clearly, brieiiy and concisely?" Who knows? ' wi :I i' V I ll , liqdl J Is Coach Jenner's dignity original or assumed? Who knows? ' i ,f ffffi ul Who is the supreme law in E. H. S. Who knows? Why Everybody. 1 N y' ,VX X.. I In xy l, , ll gag: 'Pr ' i ' HD ' f, V j "M, f lv ' ll 7 1 5 X., A 1 ' Q-gy: 1 I . 2 ,AQLEGI-. 1 Q K f . 1 ' fq' , 'nfffiifsm - 2 -Ax mi' 'W WL ""' ' " One Hundred Ninety 1 1 w.x rl Q' M1 rv T" -' 'H ' ' " -1---i-Y -in -,,,N......-4,...v-f-Tf.,-----..-q...fmfk - HT -Q-,-,--H N X. -,, ,g , l'5K'f,Qk-.,Ji.,5A,',q ,X NN, w., E 35 . , Li ,, ' ' . 1 s! , ,, x K., ,A M-V. 35, .7 M.. Y Vw, PEAA ,V ww-aa, --,, ,A-,mf ' ,-,:...,f.'+ ., U'-1 1 I I 13' ,x ff f' , i iff? gi 3? fi 41 qi? VI 3. Q5 D xx xx, EQ ,SF if A V? :ws ,QW 43' 1,7 Ui GL L, Hi Si 1 M M ' e A.. r" ..k. ,C 1 I' . 5 X- ., 1 fuk' 1 ,X My 1 . 'Wx ,l,,1,,,. 'IA ff!! ,H ig' 1 pf-,gn ,yi .ifv - fx 'wx W x .wx V 'W' ,M:,L'w'Y y1,1!:.k,.,5 2 v, W: , '. ... , , L ' i,.'.x ,, 3 . ,il nw .,, ' :SUR " -.Q-QQ W' . ' Qi' J' vfknjy , W 5, , 'H ,?fi,"" ' L, Qi.:-1 J: QM 3.39523 ,-H! z V-.Jx1 f.1W' f v. 4, M ,Vw . , ff1fA.M.,.31 1 , Q if nf'-f rf xv . M , -VA --,Hi : -1 ff 7 '-.- -. ., --mg v-.:.,,ff'-2 1,-.M figs, ' 'P One Hundred Ninety-One -A-k 7-7. Bidi all " E --e' hm 'E '- v fiEg.,4,.2-Q.M:-Fizz - 3 .Ji g :A 1 THE TWENTIETH CENTURY BEARS Once there was a little girl who was wandering far from her home in a big forest. Soon she spied a little house. She was tired so she entered and on the table she saw three glasses of eggnog. Not knowing what it was iso she saidi she tasted the big one 5 it was too strongg the next was too weak and the third was just right, so she drank i " ' -. J 5 -1 ' ' - V- 4?- ' -1 ' ' ?. 2' '54 , 'E ' ' , E L1 .LT Q 2 E- :L l 5,:.,, v Eff -. 6 f 5 . " E :J 'X - 55554313 Ea is -A T H ve ? 1346? li fl' M-an 531' " ?: L' 1- 4. ' 'A H-fijl. - '-q- -iw . . In-'eg A4 -,Q f' '-, ,. " 1 - C IQ x fr' i 4.-s-J r E 1" I' 1 JI Ffh 1 'C v, 41- n 'Sr v . 1 , r fx gm 4 Mfr H H o I o L I l I i ,I n ii X. J . 4 I. ' x i i ix X , if I it all. in She next staggered up stairs and found a bed room. On the dressing table she , ix saw three lip sticksg the big one was too red, the next not red enough, and the third I just right, so she used it all. f i 'i She then went down stairs and out in the yard where she found three pogo sticksg A ,xl the first jumped too farg the other not far enoughg the next was just right, so she vi LJ pogoed till it wouldn't pogo any more. ' ' The little girl was tired, so she started to leave but she saw the owners of the if ii' house coming. They were the three modern bears. The big bear had a big' pipe in his ii 1 mouth, the other a cigar and the small bear was chewing one of Mr. Wrigley's famous HR it . chewing gum sticks. 5 F They invited the little girl in, but she looked at the wrist watch of the little bear ,N I and exclaimed, "Oh! I have a dinner date at the Ritz and must hurry." The little bear yi J f AP' ii' I ll backed out his Handley-Paige twenty-four cylinder airplane, and took her to the Ritz 'mfg fi in time for the date. ' N Then she woke up and remembered she had fallen asleep over a chemistry lesson. , Y. l such is life: if i W, V' " W :rv - f , f ,f f Afezvg 'vi W ' 'if fa K N ' - I ' ,VX lx I S A N J iii i F4 'A ' f i fi , ,i'Ilii'sQd i F QW f ' CWI, 1' in . 1' .' 7 ' X , -f W' ' ff 1, i if .f waa ii ' A -e .s ' ' NV- iff fi W ' JG i ei f if will ' mi i H ff! f i i il" ' iff A R., 54.41 41 , nr' Lim. f 1 I , 'fav f"'Xl 22 ---2-se ew 2 ' -"' "' - '- One Hundred Ninety-Two l I to . PTE 'Ai ff f pe LM u--I-71 9-4' 1-.f--V 'E 'O -LAW. . TS-Trirwlff--g or 1 -Jus, " - ....u.. xv. g ., A 3 ' -lv- 'gffl 2, 4' W- -me is 1 l ' l ll 1' iv Q THE CHEROKEE SAGE SAYS: l l, 1 i ' " 'A i No matter how fast a fish swims it never sweats. N Q x X' "Dear me," said the missionary as the cannibal butcher sold him for 90c a pound. il k I wonder if it hurts to crack a joke? L One can scarcely think of anything more pathetic than a man who works for his board il i l and loses his appetite. J I ' Don't carry a joke too far, you may have to carry it back. I Taxes should be levied on all feet going to cafeteria at the rate of sixty miles an hour. I I Don't tease the cafeteria bread, freshman, you may be old when you grow up, yourself! ll F When you feel blue-take a bath-it may wash off. Some kids study so much that it reminds me of how long it takes a gnat to pick its teeth with a fence-rail. N Ni One idea of the thriftly guy is the fellow who borrows from one fellow one day to buy l W A H his lunch then borrows from another to pay back and thus goes through the year on a I lik, i Diff' surplus of 20 cents. How about the last guy? i., I. M One of the most disgusting things about hall life occurs when you are in a hurry and H ,I a flock of chattering girls saunter down the hall directly in your path of progress. f x l f l, - Some people are so slow they sit on the tail of progress and holler, "Whoa!" ,y fii f 5- K Judging from the amount of mail received by the various departments of the school, M y ' I no wonder the postmen are becoming long eared. , y N, W A The one thought of the departing seniors is, how are the poor juniors going to get alongy 'X X without us? lx y fllay 'l I i I T Hi' - ii fi f ri ' ' I fy , -x fu lA iw K ' IH i r H- fl swath' A, , fn "J, -' LI' 'ir l,!j,l " .' Q- A K tx F 1 'ar-it A iflfiifsm J--Q-.2 a Jinwb Cm? 4, ' ' '--- -- ' rw: One Hundred Ninety-Three One Hundred Ninety-Four e fl , l l '1 1 1 l . -PW11-5.1 i W . irfffli , 'lt 31 - wi' 3 . ' A ,ef ' Y -- - S e " ffl- 'A -, A, fig:-9 ,mw5?Stfs'- Laine' Limo s o " 1" LLM-wwfie 'ie - '1 K l Sept. 5-Schloolfsarts with customary on- - rus 0 t e green. Judging fr the way they hurry, their msg . . . . . A Q una 1 ambition IS to eat in the cafeteria. Q spa mn 1 Oh, well-we were that way once. 1 5 Ami Mr 1 1 . ' ' ' ' ' X 6 - , R The borvwd 'lu' 1 Sept. 6-Coach Jenner nearly succumbs to 'I 5 N, VN' fhisl jf' an attack of heart failure when H17 I, Ly' l V giggrbgilslglesctgiggn out for initial ,-. 1 . , Sept. 8-Freshmen are given first practi- SBP'--5. cal instruction in "No Assembly" t f notices. A. Eamon og Quan ' 1 Sept. 21-Enid Hi's yellow yournal ? lx I X makes first appearance. Heart- X, X1 , ily approved of by the lucky - Q 1. ff 1, .V few, whose names appear. i -e ti ? J.. ' k ' A 1 - , , 1 1. ' Q 7 ' Sept. 22TISinjoEs choose Miss1Wglson amd ill, 'N o veritt to gui e t eir es- illk tinies. Bullock is vice-president SCP'--3-1-. ll' 121 and Cansler, secretary. 1' ix X , ll El-llLT'p 1 : ' I Sept. 23-Ziller and Taylor will lead the i 1' mighty juniors. Rarey becomes 'Yi' assistant to the president and J! -11 Miss Champlin keeps the cash. ' .- lil, lil' TM best laid fr "Vi inns of xi i 4 Sept. 26-The appearance of Barbara mile ,nm-' ilk N FranlceshWaller great? as fulrtor , I' , on t e orizon o . . . r. 1 Deming playing the part of a sift-15, - . Q lvlilfig, spoils a perfectly planned M 11 o 1 y. 1 1, C l lr 1 I " f 1 l, 'li Sept. 27-Football men show Jet the line miss is the Ll' , .points of the game. Enid--54 . we-1 the get l 5 1 et-0. 1'.Is . Qn,,,.u -you had t ' 1 " 1 'I""""u-.."J' ' 5 ' l',..'l .""'- H-v.llSddlQ X 11 1 "'--ul xl PQHN Sept. so-Hillsdale is a nice little town, " H ll ,lil QQM but when it comes to football ' 5, fiflfl' l .1 games, we don't play favorites. ,Hiliuf AN X ,Enid-42. Hillsdale-0. Sert'.30, C""'s"p pffrfx . ' 11 X .f ly lggl., l '. ,J 11 'Y W I .Zyl ' 'A i Ili! rj A . . 1 'Su I a 'II A' 2 an '-7-sw H51-X1 4 - . 2 --2.3 ..,!,.l'fNL" Y lu, Z '--' '- One Hundred Ninety-Five i A , Y- - i F' ' 'll R ' 'o l -2- J ' - 4. ' A -He fi-4 .ai X -. NFEEFGQYQ -,' 2-5' E , V lj Fe 32-4:4 5 -af' 'Z -- X - fri: ? V ' f ei-wr , ' "-f ' 117- "' .y -fi 1-5. ' AF- . " W - hm f - '-If ff X ' mf' lim -"-Qfsiaff-'I -if if - ' iff? ' -QQ fi-M 45. . 4 1 .. -. -., -. . - T, , UI . 1 . iL1:g'Tli?':ll" fl li Q . 5 l Oct. 3-Annual Staff chosen. Bullock ,fl ' I and Dillond tiff mglnk cogs. Miss 'y ' ison an r. ic c osen as 4 ll .. A N supervisors. if ln . . . lb I Ll 4 C A M d t t ' .-W. Oct. 4- uctioneer ays emons ra es ' l Hugh.-.. . .G his ability by auctioning off first at . EH' buh 'HA football ticket to Brown Hanna 'A fi mini- .ml ,gi lQ for ive tin Soldlers' vt f si E. u 2 QT-1 V J lil hump 'lm "' 'M' Oct. 6-First appearance of Booster Club ,ll " in assemblfy. Plans for the big f in Shirt-Tail parade .are completed. 'I Oct. 4-, Biggest paraded in history of ,' E ,.. school is stage . I 1 f fi 'Sf' w ill Oct. 7-The first conierelilge d folotball J ' 111' :'::'1,f :I Mtn game proves t at ni I as 8 3 " 'W iff' " A " JJBXLX realbteimdsvgen Guthrie IS turn- ' x , ...-- u. U y , . . Q. 'vxlx Li W 4 SJ 05 K .A QTQ 3" Ig , Oct, 13--Sophg cfiocase Allerlhand Hinsion W L Q A t ang or X. X ,, to N 3522. e ea 0 e g ,l lx U than pure.. ry lslq och cg, Oct. 14--Girls' good fellowship meeting. ill U ,ll Enid loses to Sapulpa 14-0. NA X x X uw l i N I l , lvl ,lf ' 5 Oct. 17-Mr. Deming organizes cadet corps 1:1 Q, A U..-f with five officers and tww pri- Riff l ' Cf' x G vaf,eS reporting. ,"f,.y V f T f ggi.. Oct. 18-Seniors have pictures taken. l W nm f""j Ima!!! How's my spit-curl-Is my tle I '41 ' ne, 4 .4 ...rm any straight? A TW-fr fa 'fit ...nh Q l Oct 'L I Oct. 21-Blackwell Ignowsfto erbtuctlSe's if ff . warriors. ow i we ea em Q ' Nl .NAV W in basketball this will be a per- f l I Nm' -l ,-- feet year for us. K.. Ons Allu, and ff, . . lx Bvulf' lillnrvi R l N , O t 26-Hi-Y stages big banquet. All 1 N lik. df., C "Dads" are present. Dr. Moses x 5 ', 5 lm HJ Breeze talks on Good Fellowship. ,V Tnnnxenf gif? lu I h I Q hw' will l' l Slim Oct. 27-Enid walks on the Ponca City "" , -,X X 1 U gladiators. hThef unlanlllmous ver- X xx N dict by t e oot a men 1S l i. 'pg , Ori. lb, C"""m "Ponca City is some town." Vfl, 1 ' ' br, ,.. ll I ' K yiv 4,17 'A . p J' '-Ir, 5 R, , y few: I ' I Hfliiiifim - 2 ---aaa: gy 3'-I it x One Hundred Ninety-Six N lx! I lx i x Q l M, ' M 1 V I .1 u' X. r' I sn.. MX 71- .1 "l ?fk 'Q fr, ' jgl " ' iitj f A z- 7 , Y-- f ,, J I-5' 'fkn - - Y Y.,Qf'Qj':Tl'T?:-' QT-' 1- i' 4 Yf+ ' 1' gxfl rg' 'ffi'jffmffLi"i1,, wf -wing - e l.W,,.M, W fwvxmmmj ' J' ',2...,i-Q"'l""M'g'.f." - -'- ...ge-.l- , . fr Nov. 1-Dr. Millard gives interesting I talk on the "Power of a Pur- , pose." He says to make your , mind a filing clerk. We decide I4 l to take his advice because- U V. l Nov. 4-Exams! We needed a filing 1 clerk but-it didn't work. l Nov. 11-Armistice Day! No school! ! ! 1 Enid's warriors are getting used I E0 gvirgiing by now. Clinton-0. 0 ni -6 . Eh lx Nov. 14-Annual Good English Week be- . ' gins. Conversation becomes Nov, 14, , ' "kinda" forced. Seniors fear the l freshie's sharp ears. W! Nov. 16-Cooking classes go to pie fac- . ionic to see hovevanotlymjer Odcgesn't nf-S a e i . ite s orne ' H visits E. H. S. pb iollhee. 1 ll Nov. 17-First appearance of Boys' Glee it D"'dl'w ill i Club in assembly. "Yankee ll I9 ll , Doodle" .scores a hit. Two lil. ,N encores given. v-, . ll .H Nov. 18-Phillips-A. Sz M. Game. School Nov. lf ix lx, dismissed early. I ' l ll Nov. 21-Professor Waller announces up- Q 'V M Per 1001-. Dora Hansen heads Nm Mm I 'U IH list with average of 98. N I 0 -l b L' 1 - l J Q" Nov. 22-Roles: Rules! 1 Rules! 1 2 The I' "5 So' U25 H., ul Literary Smfieties sufferthe con- Q W Mucle- 4 ,' ,W sequences t is time. md in , 'V' , . my N 'l Nov. 23-Thanksgiving program given in QSSQMNVQV4? f f assembly by Y. W. Mary says, n u 1 I ' I VLhyJdlont you speak for your- N zz , - f gl. se , o n.' ov. 5 , i ' fl Nov. 24-Thanksgiving dafy-no school! All ff ' Football game-Some score! ! E1 lla ' Reno-14. Enid-35. We're mighty .x A Q, proud of Jenner's men. Miss - l 1. Ml Bradley says these vacations are .l 1 l M f all all right but they interfere with 0 ' nl , 'llllx orchestra practice. V ,,f 0 J I 1 .' Z' ,I n ill A, -.L gf' ' l' 1 Nov. 30-Ofiicial conference standing pub- Th' hh Elle no I ll IQ lished. Enid High stands in sec- hcl? affev- Sho gem , ' ond place. V ml X Nov. 1.4, Cmnslm- , x K. a I, 6,1 . Iqbal A NU 2 ...., 1 V V' f Mill f K'Vvl.7!Q , . ly 'N lv 'V 'Aja l --.gi 1? rn! V 1, . I 4 ' TP- ' 4n ,Y JA 'U One Hundred Ninety-Seven LE X ff A . 'vga'-IPX. ' , ' -e f . DECEMBER 1 'Hil o ' X L se "i:-::- ' Dec. -Words utterly fail us. We can only state the facts-Oklahoma City loses the post season game to us. Score 7-0. Oh--but re- venge is sweet! . ff l - -1- 1 .. -T - N.. i , :L 3 s T . -. T- eri iv . ' E.. El 1 ' . 1-'If-ii: ... Ji' L L I-w 'S -L -' -5--1-1:-ji A 9. if ' X r ' I J. u , Q... 4 ,al ' f A 1 on 1. 'ku' A. . ,i A . X .Qs f ' '41 uk ' V 1 Y I nk X 1 X 2 , ' 1 XX ' 1 X 'I X K XX . 4 X, G R V. A u ' If n ' S X f 1 D E X b lw.ad- ' , ' Q ? Dec. 6--Dramatics give Madam Butter- ' WHY . Hy in assembly. Student body did not fail to appreciate the , ' splendid setting and character ltr QR Q 0. portrayed. X -X O Han . . I X 1 . 'DG'--la! Dec. 7-Forums once more show their I ' colors. Intirsociety f o o t b al 1 5 X , games. We s-0. Forum-14. X X 'QA S , .Li X' X ' Q X A x P 1. Xe Q1-f'lv...X,.Q . . -X' ' :. C . ' 'f 'M 4 1 Dec' 9''3Ja1510'1l'i2lff?'ifSSteapfliilirpiiis VX X I .. ... makes guns Lewis, to lil Reno and tgkes tliurd J I 'u ,E E mxjm' place. Emd High gets rst p ace X .. in the conference. lg. Xl Q,-Le um! X XX X' 'fl l Dec. 14-Senators call Forum's number in N X Dil- 'gr second intersociety football game. , X X1 Score 6-6. W, X , X - X XX' . . . X IV' . X I 19s.a,z01er.:::: .ssszzszdzass .X ' 'll " ' presentations characteristic of A i VA" gctgd them. Say-didn't the advertise- JN fl ' 7 ments in their magazine top the X f p K be Ldeg whole affair oiflfine giouigllglb Es- 1 4 pecially the Me ins oo a y. , ,eb . I . C Q' , ,l 'DeC..2-I, Dec. 21-The Daniel Websters Hove that ffl f X. W names is names. elr de- I., A ' n' haters talk the Forum's and Sen- , iw 1, M' ate's out of the championship. l Ass Q m bl-I adjourn "Ray" for Danny! 'X X xl' to re C on v Q n Q 'A n D 23 E ,t t ei Y W d tai, ,jd ec. - xcx emen r gns. . . an I N ' Hi-Y give Christmas program. 7 W , on E W Q 9-K Helen Robinson reads, Girls' Glee , ' X 3 X Club sings. Good lessons. Aren't Aglfjh 3 ' f Q 'm a Q you asking the cause of all this? : I I X- , I '1-- Refer to lllustrations. f f .g ' ix " Dec. 15 Cnnshp 'l' ' . - , X 'lx fl f. fill! AJ," X lr. ,fs 4: .X , .V - .' , 1 l e N . , - 'S' .l " ' QL? ' 4 .I r' '-"w -FT'-Q-T, - an:FS1gWe ' - J--Jade: .QA-5"'31? Gu 1' ' 'M X One Hundred Ninety-Eight I I . Q l I if fa, vw v - ,. 5?'M93'- .- -s 'tz .11-A -1' -lu-Q, , may --'- . X,-TJ-X Max - " ,flu-Y V, Y -. -ag-: . ff-- -- -f"T?'Ti 11...-T:iL i.. 1 wi . F Q Zli:..-i- ---,Fw-3, . V-4,44 rf 29.9 M 4-' ' ' - L' " ' -X A .A 1, 4 .ge -AT ,U-IVV! j 414- if 5 X it My ' 1 ' , uifv' . 'W wif " eager-- , , ... -.-.-?,.nesg,5,, Jan. 2-School starts after Christmas va- cations. June Blattler bobs her hair. Excitement. Jan. 6-Visitors in assemblfy. Katahdins give Pyramus and Thisbe in as- sembly. Jan. 12-Reverend James Rayburn speaks in assembly. Oh you lucky day! Exams. Shaw- nee bats us in first basketball game of season. 9-Girls basketball game Enid-29. 1 Jan. 13- l 1 Jah. 1 VN li l lx i Jan. 23 Y . Am fn W Jan. 24 il 'Jw -u J '. Jan. 26 fl 'MMA I W! mini N, jg. Jan. 27 'N 'f s 1' D- ,' I "-U - -71 Waukomis-9. -Annual Week begins. Staff makes speeches in classes. Grade cards come out again. -Girls are dismissed from fourth period to hear Rev. Mr. Rayburn speak on "Womanhood". -Boys attend business mens' meet- ing at Tabernacle. Much enthu- siasm shown over these meetings by High School students. -Sapulpa administers second de- feat of season 45-23. Sapulpa en- tertained at Pratt home in the evening. ,..., JAIXHJARY on mimi , Where is thy slang? BN: K Ye SCRODL ,.. z lr 3311 rii- No Assembly today , time wdl be added ko 526013 Period W K glghell N gd. X il xt! Host my by-ne 'Es-Jays our H., lucky Gay N' -4 Q23 ,l N! I W7 I .y - vl J Hmll ll i . P' a . I .ii 4 f 12 Tan-IB, l , e question 'l of Lhesrrivxnen X li ill. X u i- XM :rl 7 Q 1. Tin. 2.4, gl 1 , ' 22 - .., !"'nN 1 K den I .- il I It f .I' I I ,figs d 9. ' Ar I 1 H 113 0 ,w. '4 ,Y One Hundred Ninety-Nine I l li it ' W fl"w1i lmv " 1 1? Y' Y Af V - N - - in X ' ' l ' I i "-. Jig.-fv"E-5-. .-vs? - :Zim 'R Sis T5--2? . fi ' - Mfi : s - 4 g. , Q' 15 ' ,li ,, - - --..- -f r ml ' sg- -mwwgffe ll Feb. 2-Groundhog sees his shadow. Mr. gi Waller celebrates by not having ' assembly. if 1 .I l ,Q Seniors 1. 1, 'v ' a N , :Jiri Feb. 3-Enid boys' and girls' teams beat ' 'il E ' ' ' - Nash in Enid gym. Aly " Fm ni .ku , ' - nb. 9. f F l Feb. 8-Seniors take teachers' place while LN ,K J teachers' meeting is in session at , I Faculty we love U.. . . . N - lx F K ol D Oklahoma City. Seniors reign su- I MI E acu y so ear. . meme' 'Il ' '-.To say We davit lore 3:1 '-.xflma afwlash all 'j idea. 'V H X Qs? Feb. 14-We observed St. Valentine's day H 'Ex Peg.. .-14' by not having an assembly. ,, N y 4 -ew l Xl t KS -f- H11 l- -f gil. 5 y . MN , , - X V wma 5959 Feb. 18--Girls' debates. We lost at Guth- 'If if Y, xl S rie, at least the judge said we fl' 9 lost, and the affirmative lost at ' N l g Oklahoma Clty. 1 yl TALK? y I' 'I "ff ' Q l L41 Pe .XI8. Ill X X heres the if xl fox N V . 506,01 House? if . N NI Q X Feb. 27-Gertrude Feuquay sings in as- . Ii X 5 5 T 5 X :Xxx ,I fl. . fffft , sembly. 1. g Q 1 " 1 xii: N lx-i is 5: hw . , f I1 i 5 3' . Vila, ni V 3 N " TQ K A I ' -Q 9 ' Feb. 28-Big' snow. Many seats vacant. f l ll A x Mr. Waller reports four hundred i dx. . g N cnwsxm - .Q 3, I Vs 4 -Pg-h 2 8. absent. ' W-5-'I : ' " . All ' IH I H-ff .x . :. if I 4r ' , ' , I i , , ,nv 5-,ILT 'aff'-Fififaf - f--2.-,gg .Qs2'W"'3L gn, f, 16" x '- Two 'Hundred v f w f 'A l . I . A rx X, 'i W' Q T-rr -- 1. - Q23 - if. - . ' '?f.sT5KA".3,fs-lg iff. he., :eff e"Lf ' ' s-4 f - '39 , 4 , - .--.w,... " I 'f V 3 X' .-1,1-K. 'J' -. N Q his-i'i'rf31 "..4.lM.wf "4'qy2!,3 -,pak 4..-If W ' as-J . H Mar. 3-Boys' Goodfellowship Meeting! M H " Features of the evening-apples l and spanks. I m l5GPXQ0Q .- J' il Mar. 10-Our dignified upperest classmen 4, - I fl quite prominent today. Why? Cause 1--Senior Loud Sox day. Q . 1, Bolys wear short trousers with I loud sox and ties. Girls wear I'18rG'h 3. ' loud sox and hair ribbons and ,. I A " some of the most courageous '-7 what 'S li? ' I even venture to wear their tlqrerii thas MNH.. , N crowning glory in two braids. Dig? Ja uw .I 1, M But didn't they look cute? Viv- 'P u Ka e' kia ulgre' HJ ' ian cops the berries though. 2- -x ,fftlz Wligfea he Come l'-P01117 K! The exceptional talent in asssem- 211' l lnlhdf 7? """" ill 'll bly of some of the seniors. 'E 'Milt can not ben' 'li Come to think about it, they are '-' - 2- -' ' X' an exceptionally talented bunch. rlafcll lo' X , 3-Senior flag floats on high E T fb' QM as a result of the junior-senior V 'C ll Ifli class fight previously. 4-And ' ' - wil last we're reminded of their com- Wy' ing commencement by the order 591'-lbcj, I ' Gfllv '1I'l0N'l'l-l gf t t k t f , Bl X y l .ld agfwlleaslllm? SW 1,2222 1-W' f 1 P'10re For me J , another very successful Mother g , and Daughter Banquet. "' I l l l P1 . -xxxl' a I7 gl fl lvl' xl 1 S ull! 'XX Mar. 17-St. Patrick's birthday. Celebrated Qi' by Exams. Quite appropriate, we ,, N l ' , phil- ,f r,1I"il think. It gives us a chance to 2 I 7 ill ', show how green we are. The 3' 9"-""E'I"""""' aw' fl seniors are beginning to count up Q u N7 l the exact number of weeks and ii ,- days until--! ' Cfmsup ,gf March az. if DK! IU, . , 1. ' if ff, , i . im: .- t r 7 ' f' 5 flifilfs ft W --Q,g: .,jI!Nl1w zu, 1, " A f Two Hundred One v V V A . Y i x 4. 1 Q' x :Z : AQ J .- i'-...P 3 135- . E-V111 M31 ?"f'- 7 f -arf? E' f i- . is fee nf? i 4 ,. W ' f -.. .W g 'r 1- if I I l I K A l April 1fGlory B! A new assortment of 5' , illustrious pedagogs confronts us, f Yes and another bunch of digni- , . fied seniors. Oh! Well, kids will H be kids. V' l :msn ii W : ll 'S - April 3-A day of stupendous excitement, A ,f is term papers are ciiue an history. f rayers, p eas an t reats are ,L I heard issuing from B-1. Wonder. H ' ' who was the visitor? I I 1 1 F April 1 April 5-lglvouassembly notice again. Oh! 'P ' e just nineteen more days. y 1 cf f l .. n I " April 7-Seniors skip after having one of L 'A X D their illustrious number ask Mr. I, 1, ' ' f 4' Waller to set a date for the event. li li 3 X fl f's""'. Seniors rapidly assuming their ,, , 1 ' I' 3 A i "conquer the world spirit." 1 -X 1 W' log. ' , f l H QPSK Tevw April 15-What's that? Spring fever? No, , X f Jigdemic x impossible. There was never any F P gets ai. such thing in Enid High. four 'li W Just APN' name is George Washingtonl. ' ll 1 U I. -5' Q Stafia April 21-Martin Garber catches flies. No ,Ml Mi 1 : Ky . rlgotkhouse flieis 'gut base-213115. lgr. lv' 'Vg --N' xc is prou o our i epitc er VH? fi X and expects him to go strong at ,I W, Hur-r-oy ll 05, Boy 9, Norman. ' 1 X' ' ' X . ' h N sh April 24-Another day of misery. Quill , J YI X X 27 Annual rapidly assuming shape f 'mug' d gl xf despite the efforts of the delin- J . rea 5 r- PMSS. quent students. Earl Cox con- ' ' " ll, f ducts a rousing "pay up" cam- 41 ' , l ' In April paign. ,K i' I ,. 1 ' I 5 l Q li l April 26-No assembly again. Everyone X A too interested in his studies. 1 l' NM ' ' ill 5 'ii ix, April 30-Last of the annual on the press. W ., Staff celebrates a big banquet. ,jn'g,f Qi xl What could be more lovely? Now ,K',g', we can catch up on our lost sleep. V X f ig R A i' April 3 ol CANSLEQ fBeginning of the End.J .I '- . I ffm .1441 i l 9 .f blxt. , Wariifim i M- Aw 5- .1 J, Two Hundred Two Z2 6 A KIM . 3 ul l X W, -IIT 'x Pi-4' -'--42-.2 ...JLPW ---N" - 'ff'T'- ""1-ww' A, ..+.,.f"--- -1 HA. 'yzee 4 , l ,. C3 4 iwwuew- f s ee iiwldhfqm 4 4g XI l I x ln! l B I I l H ax 'I l l 1 ll ll f 'H 1 f A TRIBUTE '1 , .K -I This dear old Enid High School A' - Is a thing we all hold trueg A Lp It gave us love and honorg It made men of me and you. N We're glad to say. "Dear High School, tl U We love your walls so strong," l X' For they've been character builders. ,XV ll And kept us from the wrong. V l g l l N lx , We know your triumphs and your joysg 9 pil! We know the fights and gains And all the contests gone through, M I You've been clean, and free from shame. rw V l N i Oh dear old Enid High School y We love' you and your fame, ' ' y 5 You've meant to us a fortune, i , ' ' ll And we'll live up to your name. 1 .li J A' 5 John Everitt, '22. Q 1 V! 1 1 Y W W 'NX , 10.61 , ,KN r I I X Nw gl' .il f it lfff-4 lf", lf. I ' f H- Q., - fl X ll ,' ' Q i f ' if ' f , .3 M1 , - ,lf . , 4' g3:1r. r Q s ...,,, Z2 """'p5'.g -Qian-:1 Two Hundred Three! I 1' I W Y Y 7 nl 1' s ' Q ' '3 ' o C L. and P fs. 1 -.5 is W -4--TH'-' 5-ce -A.. -2- J ,H , -'- '. -' -, -Q. as-2-k' It ' ' f- 1' "'Efa7 L 1 ' 'fu' Vi' A 'Pr-"' V, -2 2--'...""' F, v 5- E. -!,. 1' lj 5 A Q ,xx 'i l if I 'm if .J , I ff WE THANK YOU H' if l fy While you were attending football games and parties, meet- ilf ing classes and practicing the operetta, The Quill Annual was 'll inthe making. If, after looking at your pictures, reading the " , calendar, and skipping the class histories, you decide that we A I were not extravagant and rash in the promised merits this book N ' X would possess, then our efforts have been worth while. If you X I are pleased we shall feel repaid for the thousands of questions ,N J, I' answered, the classes cut and courses fiunked. 1 There are many, aside from the staff with its supervisors, M N. who have worked earnestly for the success of this year-book. 'N X To Southwestern Engraving Company, through R. C. Walker and J. J. Walden, whose relations with us have been pleasant, to M X The Corey Press and R. E. Cochrane, photographer, who have 'M i w spent many hours over The Quill pagesg to The Quill Weekly, film lla .W 1 which has given us much publicity, to Miss Davis and Mrs. V ,fy Blackburn of the high school typewriting department who so I-NX V, willingly supervised the typing' of all copy, to Raymond Suran, , ml who, though not a staff member, ably assisted in the advertising I campaign, to the senior class president, John Everitt, who di- ' 'V I 4 I Q, ,E rected the sale of annuals and to the loyal high school boosters lflfyf 1 , who bought six hundred books, we offer our sincerest thanks. 'N 1922 Quill Annual Staff. lx "I I l . X 'I , 1 1 I li u , l' 1, - E I , i , lily A 1, N I f ' 'War my , !a'V , 'L 'Zh , ,ff ' Al K s . x I Q Lg ' ' '. Ll r . af" .1 . 22 uffiifwf - ---2-se: ' 1,7 ' Z -rf' -v-L -- , '- T ju ,Q wo Hundred Four 5-v , ll Jugs?-YJ A elif r, ??E5?3-2ilfiL- i re A -is D' ee- Q--fi if wjasfgn i--ijfff ., o r Z-:-gy,-:-- A 2 A e 7,411-gfE?+':-5' .v,,,,,,,,,1'!ZA'lN' ff snzjmvg , , fg,' - , if - ian-NQWMJMAU ,. A I I N xl., A l sl W ffl 11,1 W I v l A 'Vi , :sw E 'HV I wr 1 .-jf ,N ' -X 'V X, U , y i .1-.Hb ' V ' iv lfiafe W X I .fall W QF' l L, fwfr if f We flilfl l Fl, T1 wel S .....,,, 1 4 , ,arg Q, H E 1922 Quill Annual sincerely be- lieves that the business men whose names are found on the following pages are the best friends and firmest supporters of E. H. S. We commend them to the school's patrons and friends as worthy of remembrance. - w I 1 1 K W 4 Q l IW Y, ll nl l I Nj' ,fu 2' if l l I x r X ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT i P! GUY H. DICK s fi-'g Business Supervisor UK' I RALPH STEWART ' y Advertising Manager i' I ASSISTANTS McKeever Cox Taylor Suran ' ,M Dillon Everitt X- WW Bredehoft Dowley , "Q N Sinderson Pratt ' 7 IAN - WI' 5' 'I u ,ni I ff jx xg J' 2 2 ms., , rnfsvrf-me Two Hu-ndred five fi f i x I A L A I , . . N N 14- , V M ' C Eijr C -"' ' K ' A ' 1 5'- H-'. "': -' "' E L ' E'- , - - N - -ef , A y 'V WE, Austin B. M Abbott dz Kendrick Avery, Frank Albright, Mrs. Alton Merc. Co. Arctic Ice Kz Rfg. Co. American National Bank ADVERTISERS C. B. R. Wholesale C . Champlin Buick Co Champlin Hdw. Co. Corry Pharmacy Corey Press Duz Mfg. Co. iw 'wi 7, - I M. rf -A . J - -1. ,S - Ti- 5 X "' A E- ? ' - ' ' H 3 . a gh, V 1. - g . ,:- 4.. .- ,, . .. 4 -L ,J -'i ?-,- ,, - Lk -L--N. 'L "' , ,Sn 'E r . , Qt- - "0 -:fi " -2-Fif .fd ik 4' f '- 7 '- , ..- -,- ' ..,. ,LL fJk '4'-r 351, ,-IP" , v-1'1" U' ,fi 1 v ,Aj l,',' A-M. f Ar -.. F ,v dl UZ. ,rx I 'f v, 'fi n Hi- s N , r -C 1-x r lf ul X I I J I Y if i, I X V I 1 I ii A 1 0 :I O 7 ' ' I 0 Vx I W , D ' Mf . . hw Art Cleaning Co. avls g C0 . S ' Enid Events 'I N Bolene Rfg. Co. - f f Enid Transfer Co. I ' ' Bayer Bakery HJ V Book Shop Evans Drug Store N 1 B ll 'M Buttrey Grocery Enid usmess Co ege N Beui sz Huggins Enid Daily Eagle XM S N v X . P . i N Bowling Green Bus. U. Enid aint and Paper Co. 'HI N E ' I 1 . w". Boyle 8x Hinson Emd ce an Fue ' W My F nid Clinic "1 lid Black, Wm. . Enid National Bank Mi' I Bake Rite E I. M rf Beggs Auto Supply Co. ni Mining Co . f N Batterton an Tagge Exide Battery Station 5 5. E 'd Cl t ' Bass Ez Frankenfeld nl eaners ' J 'V ix First National Bank 4 y f M ,I Curran 8x Kruse lk I M . , i F dz Orr ' . . Champlin Rehning Co. ou 8 li Fu R . XM Central National Bank mas at ogers ' , . Gentry Motor Co. 5 fy JW Central Christian Church 1 ' iwl C.t I C Garfield National Bank , W 1 Y Ce 0. . I II WMI K W Cawley Bros. Goodwill O11 Co. . V 'iw ' I' Q' i '1 . Cochrane Studio Grove 31 Walker ' X . H, X . A 'N Chamber of Commerce Graham's S. S. Class X ,gg 11 ipff Iwi. - I U' I, fy 1 ,- X W I! .x l Ill b N . . ml ll ' 1 ' I n ,-BY Inffhll ' wfgaffq i 22 0-are .aev-'T'-me 'iv Z' 57' -'N' ' 'Fi-Q Hundred six Q3-Q1..j, A-:V sir-,jfge -'W sg W-M , ' 5 . A , g , 'r- 4441, ,, 4,459 ADVERTISERS Hyde Construction Co Harmon Crowe Sz Crowe Hower Paint Co. Hesser Bros. Studio Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma Oklahoma State Bank College for Women Plumbing Ku Heating Gas and Electric Co Co. l Henninger Sa Royer Hills Business College Herzberg-'s Department Store Phillips University Peelis Barber Shop , Pep Parlor . J i i , Q3 so C L f ,loggers :T L--.-..,-,..,- Y .--L f 1 .le - .Q,,' fm' -..A 'L J gb-lag.. 1 raises. 'N' M W -'WJ . A --we Wfbr - ' ' sf f ,- sr-.1 I I I I I. l . I pm, ,. ' 4 x l 1 Harts: School of Music Pllfltall Pl'0dUCtS CO. I Head,s Shoe Store Peck-Sourbeer Drug Co. i, ll I Price B os. l ' Jahn Jewelry Store Penny: Store J C ' ,1 ' Jewell Grocery Rush Lumber Co. fy I Johnson-Brown Furniture Co. Rialto Theatre wk Knox Tire Co. Randels, W. M. lil ,lx Kennedy Mercantile Co. Red Ball Taxi Co- i Kaufman R 1 Th t Ll oya ea re N ,Si Kinghan Machine Shop Sanford' R. H. il Qi Klein's Department Store Skaggs, Dr. X 'bl Lowehhallpt-Dessauel' Sawyer Ka O'Connor Hardware 'f' nm Lee Ml1SiC.C0- Stephens College 'Q ,Af Li0I1S C11-lb Stull Ez Stull Wi! M' Long-Bell Lumber Co. Strickler, A. L. 'WI ff Lamar Printing CO- Stoughton Sales Co. ff 1' I Loomis Furniture Co. Shaw, R. W. X P Nix. M. E. Church School Masters' Club ' ll X y Morris Motor Co. Tourtellot Ka Hall K' Mmm Milling Co. Thompson, W. R. ,lj V V Minton, J. D. Townsend Tire Service X 'NU Model Clothiers University Hospital "it XX McKeever, H- G- Woolworth Co., F. W. , VM M0C0l1k9-Y Aft Sh0P Walton Lumber Co. 'Q 1- ' Lplil? Mitchell Baking co. weisenburg, A, D, XA if till Meibergen Q Godschalk We1l5-C0le Shoe CQ. , 5 lx' New 0Xf0l'd HOUGI Wichita Business College X, wlfki- Norris Motor Car Co. Woolf, Harry B. , txt '. News Ofiice Zellweger, J. A. HHN I xi 1 I y ' I af, 1? i F 9 ., 1, th V j j' Ill. In I M, l. X I J --W1 ' 4 ew ' 'ofiwfcl' 4 22 me Q., -f ef. :e 1-3 f we - . Two Hundred Seven 1 I -42. V AF ,I - 1 I I .J : , '.A,.F ,.lf 'infill 024. 1l:'ru4-if-1-,'fgf ..-- .s. COMPENSATION fWith Apologies to Kiplingj When The Quill ad copy is written 1? nl Q- ' -4- . 3 :L 1- e - - N V ' - nl Q Eff-1 Tlx tk 'TE 3? of '4 -SC 33 :L E -Y 5 5 ' M i - - Z , -.f'r,:Lr.y A QS' i - .2+f- , -h -, 1 EE2:' . ,gy - 1- ' - 2 ma. gl., Av 'ff .i ,E I . . ' If- - ' 1 ,. -"-f Z A - ml 3- , . 1 f P 'l r 4 l 1 . A ,4 V 1 l w lx A tl I 1 A , N P v I .Xx x LI Al 'ni 'Al .1 A ,J 1 ' ' E1 ' X And corrected and sent to the pressg X ,ll When all the merchants are weary, 'll And business seems but a mess, 'N They shall rest, and, in faith, they shall need it, I' Feel free for a month or two, bl ll, Till the staff on The Quill for next year , Shall worry them anew. ,A ,ilu ay M All those who took ads shall be happy, V They shall see their sales increase, lu' ill They will wish they had bought many pages It , Instead of a space apiece. ,N 'X , X' All those who read The Quill Annual, ' , li Seniors, juniors, sophs, freshies and all, Nil' if The papas and mammas and grandpas all Will respond to the merchants' call. ,ga , When sick, they will call the physician, ' 1 Who showed that he loved Enid High, 5 3 MSX They will put their cash awafy safely , I , In banks that are true and tried, ,J il' They shall buy their groceries and garments 1' 'll T, yi From those whose names appear, l Z N Carefully placed on the following pages, iw Q Of The Annual we all nom dear. 1 I ll I 1 , ' 5, L. A. W. , 'QQ 19 fx, . .l x lxl ,yy I ll My ' f if 1. 'N 1 ' W 22 --as lTWB Hundred Eight l l l 1 i i v I B TO THE sENioR I i CLASS or 31.922 EACH one of you is a product. T h i s product is the result of the co-operation of your teach- ers, your friends, yourself, and of your environment. We believe the product has been well produced. Many teachers have be- come proud of your suc- cess thus far, and it is the wish of The Enid School- Masters, Club, that you so prepare, and hence so fill your station in life, that you will continue to have the respect and praise of your fellow man. Q l l dScll'nooll Masters? Club -vs ?'1v:c.fz, -vs K-. f?"'v:c- qUffQ,4?W,wv79 0? X316 fQ!?f?,nW9 Mai N' 92 Nami VH ,5,, Z4 g5,w ef it :ie i lyw r 7 ,fl ' y-X 51 ,, fgmek if 'x'i w CQ xXxX!Llgy Qidbffffinlg , vv X H ' -4 I zfiwmwn 4 ,ftfai ML ML 'he 'Elinwa Qllnh Believe that Liberty and Inteligence are Our Nations Safety. -:- -:- Einuz Qllnh ENID, OKLAHOMA 55555 EEBUBL u n u n y I . I Central Church of Christ A Church for Young PC9919 Alive growing church that makes a specialty of serving young folk. One of the largest Sunday Schools in America, composed largely of the young. Four Wide-awake, growing Christian Endeavor societies, filled W i t h young people. Social activities, athletic opportunities, and excellent instruction offered. All these are yours if you will take them. About live hundred High School students are enrolled in the various organizations of this church. AWE WANT YCU Graduating from the Enid High chool has given you a Solid Foundation Continue Building Now you have completed a high school course, which gives you culture. You have done well. Add to your cultural edu- cation an earning power and you will be fortunate. The Bowling Green Business University is one of the largest schools of its kind in America. It is not a mere business in- stitution, but a training school for young men and women who want to improve their education and better their general outlook. It specializes in COMMERCIAL TEACHER TRAINING HIGHER ACCOUNTING DEBATING AND LITERARY WORK SHORTHAND BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY The above courses lead to B. C. S., and M. A. degrees. It is 48 years old. Its students are teaching in practically every town and city in America and some of its graduates are the most prominent men of this country. It is 25 miles from the great Mammoth Cave. Write for beautiful catalogue and other advertising matter, and you will find it will pay you to take a course in the Bowling Green Business Universit Information Concerning Oklahoma College for Women,- Chickasha, Okla. A few Reasons Why Young Women Should Allend This School O. C. W. is a member of the North Central Association of Colleges and Universities. Expenses unusually low. Total cost not exceed 535.00 month. NO TUITION. Piano, Voice, Art, Expression, Violin. FREE. Special building for this work. Two fireproof dormitories accommodating 375 girls. Room and board 522.50 per month. Forty teachers selected from leading Universities compose the faculty. Variety of courses offered, leading to A. B., B. S., and B. M. degrees. Individual attention given to each girl. Experienced matrons in dormitories. Best music and lecture courses available. Democratic spirit prevails. Well equipped departments of Domestic Science and Art. All Commercial subjects oifered. Strong religious atmosphere. Paid Y. W. C. A. Secretary gives all time to work. The following teachers' certificates are offered: One year Gram- mar School to Freshman, two-year High School to Sophomore and Life to graduates. Careful attention given to health. Good gymnasium and athletics available. , ' The Oklahoma College for VVomen is a SAFE INSTITUTION. Be Loyal to Oklahoma. Plant: Consists of six fireproof buildings costing over one-half million dollars. In addition to the four years of college work, preparatory school is maintained. FOR CATALOGUE AND OTHER INFORMATION. Address, PRESIDENT G. W. AUSTIN, Chickasha, Oklahoma EVENTUALLY WE WILL BE DOING YOUR PRINTING WHY NOT NO W? -+a.r--- S mln NPUIHEIRI. 45-AA-5,2 N k MEMBER Y g d- X Y - 5 .V 5 fm- gms 0 mx 1.L44y Corey Press PRINTERS - RULERS - BINDERS Q QBLII' 16251 Himhrnu E ---to all Whose faces ff . f -Ex 'cf' "-2 14 "Zz:-. uflx-::,l.-. appear in this book. Cochrane .S Studio gif F LLY CCREDITED 1 1 1 I T1 High school pupils realize the significance of the statement- "Fully Accredited." We are happy in the realization that Enid High School grad- uates Who pursue a business course pursue it at the Enid Busi- ness College. We deem it an honor to have our school so largely attended by local people. N INETY PER CENT E. B. C. GRADUATES As best We have been able to estimate, something like 90 per cent of the young people in the city of Enid who are holding po- sitions requiring special business preparation, have received their training at the Enid Business College. We are glad for the confidence represented in this fact. HOW LONG? This question is answered very largely by each individual pupil. The time is dependent upon the ability, thoroughness of the previous training, application of the pupil to study, tempera- ment, adaptability, and the time devoted to Work. There are no non-essentials in our courses. The subjects have been selected with the utmost care, and as a result of almost a quarter of a century's experience and observation. You are cordially invited to visit our school and to make an exhaustive examination. Enid Business College J. E. GEORGE, PRESIDENT "Fully Accredited By National Association" WI ZYVI Nvf NV 'QI II V III IU I :I WI N, I WWI W, WI NV! IVA X I I I I WI I WIIYJ WIWJ GMU IW IQ I ' I I I WVI I 'IW uw WI IWIWI www, IWW WI W' WI W II IIVIIIWIWCIV WI MMIII' IWI .III IIUIQI IIVIIWI IMI " IIIII ZIVIINJIIZNINIIIVAIN IWVIIIYI III IIZWIIIIWIXIIIN III IW IIIZIVWIII ,WWI III IQIVIZWIZIIVIQI MIIVIQVI I ivmvucn wsnnumo 3.x 5 -Ai mx .f' " - I III III YI W 'TMI 2" I I I -if . .'.-A X1-. IIT' m HW ,WSI , I A PI MI I I IWW HINIIEIJ BUENA VISTA FRFAIS1 :ka is :3i:.:aIEe1-.- '5 .-E2s?5fE'a I ...np 1 Aw- 1-I-I x.. 5. ,I I t.-I N. .. W, -Zs5g1iQ2I::Sg:-ky. --5,:a.:- . ......-.. , . W If , yr II ll ,I If ,I IIIII I I If J IW IN Iv I Ia MMI ll EN ID TW ..-... WI v v II v pw, I3 w IAWWIJWI III IIIIIIQII IQVIQ 9 I I WI , WI , ww IMWI Y III IIIII I? MW' III' If A99 I I II 1 1 I WP IW IW My I XI J II ILIYNJ I I IW III IW I WI W QI 1 I QI IWIWVI II NV ilv I WI 'N QI V II IJN QI I Q Il www I www IWW vw IIIII W If Ib VA? I WIWQ I WWII WWII 'I XVI I I ' I ' I NIM WMM? WIMIIIII WIWIKI WWII IIW I W I? I W V WWW IIJIIQII I IIN In ?xI'AI1VW I 'VII II IWII ILWIZ WM IWW WW II I I I I I I I I I M WM WMI WI VIWM WW MINI? IVNV IIN SM I WVI Q I I I I W W 'W II IQEMW WWII WD III If IIKNQI IIIWM IJ nid General H0 pital 2 . . . M-W-1 E . vii DIODERN - FIRE-PROOF - SANITARY N . THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED LABORATORY X-RAY - RADIUBI ENID CLINIC DR. F. A. HUDSON. Surgeon DR. S. H. McEVOY. Pathologist DR. W. E. LAMERTON, General Medicine DR. J. H. HAYS, Genito-Urinary DR. JULIAN FEILD. Child:-en's Diseases DR. W. G. KIEBLER. General Medicine DR. A. S. PIPER, Eye. Ear, Nose and Throat L. E. WOODS. Technician PEARL LYNG BAKER, X-Ray Technician PHONE 2000 OR 1434 N VERSITY HOSPITAL CORNER JEFFFRSON AND RANDOLPH ENID, OKLA. The University llospital is Scientiiically Equipped Throughout: First-Class in Every Particular. Its X-RAY and Pathological laboratories are the very bestg prepared to make all kinds of laboratory examinations: Wasserman's typhoid and tuber- cular tests, and manufacture vaccines and serums. The University Hospital is recognized as one of the best Surgical Institutions in the State: Special Attention to Abdominal Tumors and Goitre. MISS DARYL CHURCH - Superintendent of Nurses S. N. MAYBERRY - - - Chief of Surgical Staff G. O. HARTMAN - - - - Pathologist MISS GERTRUDE FRANKENFELD - - Superintendent fefnhewi 6 M9910 THE JUNIOR COLLEGE FOR WOMEN COLUMEEA, MISSOURI ITHE EDUCATIONAL CENTER OF THE STATE :I ANNOUNCES THAT COURSES IN THE FOLLOWING DEPARTMENTS ARE OPEN TO GRADUATES FROM THE ENID HIGH SCHOOL: College L2 years of university workj Expression Music Art Piano Physical Education Voice Play Ground Supervision Pipe Organ Business Administration Orchestral Instruments Teachers' Course Public School Music Home Economics Theoretical Music Journalism If you are interested in Stephens College write the undersigned for information JAMES' M. WOOD, President. de onstruction C . ,1..5 g.7,,3,.J L.7.y3.:5 3.5 rr Hmif, ...J W l I p wic,.,NA, , 111-r-1e::.1..,Qfines' . - f .f "Better Roads for Better Communitiesv ATTEND THE WICHITA BUSINESS IIULLEGE WICHITA, KANSAS A quarter of a century's record for successful graduates. Over fifteen thousand former students employed in Banks, Wholesale Houses, Railroad ofiices, and in all lines of busi- nessg many of them owners or managers. Splendid faculty of high-grade, expert teachers with many years' experience. Modern equipment, steam heat, electric fans. Positions found for those students wishing to earn living ex- penses. All tuition refunded on thirtieth day after gradua- tion, if payer is not satisfied. Instruction offered in Day School, Home Study and Night School courses. Enter any time. No vacation. WRITE FOR FREE PROSPECTUS Wichita Business College "THE HIGH GRADE BUSINESS COLLEGE OF THE WEST" 114 NORTH MARKET STREET, YVICHITA, KANSAS J , D , QTCIOIILJSIOII. grills COMPLIMENTS at Hia OF THE O , 7 Gott anicl gift Shop greeting Gulch for occnainns QDTcCC?OfLKClg,,6, THEATRE Phone 390 South Side Square Real Estate, Loans, FRANK AVERY IHSHPHHCG and General .Blacksmithing Abstracts Horseshoeing, Wood Work, Stake Bodies, Cabs a Spec- ialty, Harvey Springs, also Q extra leaves for springs. Phone 11 10854 W. Rand. Phone 574 125 E. Rand. MANUFACTURED INENID i GA SOEINE MOTOR OILS SERVICE STATION NO. 2, EAST BROADWAY Champlin Products Increase Power and Efliciency in your .gif MOTOR t . Champlin Refining Co. ' ' 'tif iff-1-f 1 .. e ENID SPRINGS SANITARIUM AND HOSPITAL A Training School for Nurses Phone 146-J DRS. BOYLE 81. HINSON he Cheapest Commodity You Buy The average family pays us the sum of 33.00 per room per year for electric service. Suppose we take the five-room house as the average residence in this community. The occupants of this residence will pay 525.00 per year for elec- tric lighting at the present rate. And this average will bear the test of investigation. The cost per day, therefore, for this service is a little more than SIX CENTS. DO YOU KNOW OF ANYHING YOU CAN BUY TODAY WHICH COMPARES TO YOUR ELECTRIC SERVICE IN RE- TURN T0 YOU OR TOTAL COST? You wouldn't clean one old-fashioned oil lamp, trim the wick and wash the chimney for 6 cents a day, would you? And we are not even taking into account the cost of the oil you would burn in it. We are all prone to remember the larger electric bills we pay during the winter and forget the smaller ones which do not attract our attention during the remainder of the year. Why not look up your family receipts and find out just how much your electric lighting has cost you during the last 12 months? The result will interest you. Or ask us. We will gladly give you the figures. , Personal Attention to Event Customer OKLAHOMA GAS 8: ELECTRIC COMPANY ENID DIVISION LINCOLN BEERBOWER, Manager i ...J LISTE 4' BOYS AND ' GIRLS When you plan your outing trips for this spring and summer, remember We carry all sorts of articles you will Want, such as Camp Cots, Camp Chairs, Win- chester Flash Lights, Camp Stoves and different camp outfits. Also,if you are going to fish or do any target shooting, remember we have a most complete line of Winchester Fishing Tackle and Winchesterjr. Rilies. MAY WE SERVE YOU? The Champlin Hardware Company 1 HE wnvclfffmrr sms DUZ Grease is an Enid Product ' if 'fir nuz cnraisr' if . ' Use lt! Get in the Game! Why Not? 400,000 Pounds Sold in l92l DUZ C0- il'Ql.i.,lf.il,jifi I 2":i f'r.,'1E7 is I C. A. HARLEY, Pres. E. A. GOODRICH, Vice-Pres. A. T. KRAUSS, Sec'y-Trea's. H. G. M KEEVER W. L. MOORE R. A. Peck Barber Shop C , . . Mckeever 8i. Moore We re behind you in all activities. LAWYERS west Square Enid, Okla' Suite 501, Stephenson Bldg. Enid BOLENE REFINING COMPANY - fi X -if X. ggqvgyf. 2:1 . - 1 ., ,A ., . PETRULEUM PRODUCTS L ENID, UKLA. Three Things a Young Man Needs A Good Home A Good Round Oak Moisture AiriHeating System and a Good Wife e ef s s..f'? 1SEE1 --- I BELL S E? HUGGINS for the heating system ONLY. Phone 1265 106 E. Main cont0on0soQ0IUsoooocol0onlucoinooOsolooooolooocootnctooouuuooooooooooouoooooooosootll o o 0 1 0 2 Q Enid High School Has Gulf' Good Willll sooo WLLL oLL co. a s o a o u 2 3 ,Gig onnnnuoooonoaoonenououoaousonsoosooaaooonuonsocuuooooooosouaosooonouconuon :Oo c s STGUGHTON TRUCKS KEEP EARNING Five Sizes--One of them will fill your requirements Stoughton Sales Company ENTWORTH 304 South Grand Ave. R. A. SH A Winning Combination-U QUALITY SER VICE PRICE Zellweger "J3'Caker of Tictures 'Chat 73lease" Phone 2274 E d Okl U we were asked io give a word of advice to the HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE our aalmonilion would be this: "Learn to do some one thing well" "ENID'S BETTERIZED DRUG STORES" X T, - ' ,- + .i-'Tw ffl lil . T ' 5 N if Q J A Hmm runs "g.H,eLsg '- - ' ,,,, , L iii' ' THE DPr..'eaf.5lsT . 'f",,ygi+ H T North E orner Square Oklahoma State Bank Building Why We Sell for Less The J. C. Penney Co- has 312 busy stores in 27 states---think of our buy' ing power. This is only one reason why WE SELL FOR LESS- -1- ef' Nf'JL'-?T+5'4':5N -H 0 Q 1 :5rFmTafZ W. 3 1 2 DEPARTMENT STORES North Side Square Enid, Oklahoma Buy Bake Rite Products aua' Learn ttziBake Rite DAHHTBNVCB. gas sae Balze-Rite Bakery Manufacturers of Real Bread YUUH AEIIUUNT with the Oklahoma State Bank should pay you a profit in service as well as i terest This se v ce is without cost or ll gato and behlpflt 5 ioly a you ut l ze t Po e th p ctcal alue ofo serv ce o you by calling for a discus- 0 l' y F cal P blem with which you are concerned. UKLAHUMA STATE BANK ENID 4 Per Cent on Savings Deposits Guaranteed Op S turday E g W. R. LENCE P C A BROWER V P H P FRANTZ C h K A WEAVER A t C h JOURNALISM CLASSES have received practical experience in news- paper Work through the monthly assistance given in covering the city for current live news. We appreciate your help and the splendid talent shown by the Journalism students. THE ENID DAILY AND S UN DAY EAGLE "Tl-IE BUSY CORNER" Everything a Student Needs Make Our Store Your Headquarters Peck-Sourbeer Drug Company Corner Broadway and Grand. Phone 668 E "THE ONLY CORNER WHERE ALL CARS STOP" J The Enid National Bank ENID, OKLAHOMA ' Capital - ' ' ' S l 00,000.00 Surplus and Undivicled Profits - Sl25,000.00 Phone No. 1, Cashie Phone No. 76, President The Oldest Bank in Garfield County O. FLEMlNG, President ED. T. FLEMING, Cashier JOHN F. CURRAN, Vice-President A. MAHONEY, Aas't. Cashier F. H. LETSON, Vice-President H. E. COMBS, Ass't. Cashier R. W. SHAW ARCHITECT Qlvntral Natinnal Earth "The Personal Service Bank" Capital and Surplus, 31751100.00 E E E CORNER BROADWAY AND GRAND v 5 AEJFGN S90 3 as 09121 1 htrtg gan i coFFEE rn ' 'Ehe Old ReEiahEe Kind li s a QSAEQSQQ F A Smile The First National Bank 'S of Enid Contagious Butthe Health Enid, Oklahoma Boi-3T3'Z"'t J ' Capital, Surplus and DLG. B, Undivided Profits Phskgigs S335,000.00 - L Oliejlila' H. H. cnnnrunmfeg A. F. nuns, casino Fa 'Ea SESQEE Esssass ess SQ. A QINCORPORATEDQ ' GENERAL OFFICE GUTHRIE, OKLAHOMA Yards at: Hennessey, Bison, Waukomis, Enid, Pond Creek, Douglas Marshal, Lovel, Crescent, Guthrie, Hominy, Pawhuska. C. W. Brittoxi, Manager Phone 50 202 E. Randolph When You Need FLUUR Call for M JURITY "A Home Product" Il ENID W Enid Milling Co. Uhr Z-Xmvrirzm Natinnal Bank Capital and Surplus, 32401100.00 Member Federal Reserve System VVHERE SAVINGS ARE SAFE Uhr Marfielh Natinnal 'Bank Qlllemher 3lTehera1 Ziiesaerue Sgztem BEGGS AUTO A B B 0 T T SUPPLY co. - Q Q KENDRIICK SPECIALTY T DIAMOND .JIEWELERS T I R E' S H ward and Hamilt I E R dlll PII 8 4 Watches. MCGD EL CELCZTHIERS ENIEDES PGPULAR FR EE STOR for Mein and eye Sr Teireplnorne Grove-Walker Fruit Co. WHOLESALE FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 3 l 9-Zl South Grand Enid, Oklahoma F. W. Woolworth Go. 5c, 10c and 151: Store 112 W. RANDOLPH ENID, OKLA. Complete Lines of Candies, Ribbons, Laces, Toilet Articles, Notions, Hosiery and Toys. School Tablets a Specialty L8 Exclusive Distributors EDISON Diamond msc and Cylinder Plronographs Mason 3c Hamlin, Chickering, Packard, Gulbradsen, M. Schultz Co., Hobart M. Cable PIANOS AND PLAYER PIANOS Remember elif higheei nriee iS15e Bmesszzenzzsz Chrcrbzsfsaemiszzeeeee Superior Soda Drinks Week Evans' Make of PLUMBING Ice Cream and Candy h , r, . STEAL!! AND H01' WATER. A N S HEATING GAS FLTTING The Discount Druggist PHO!!! 648 Ill W- lllim P3338 SH S i 0 gg liar wart' Cvmpalgf ""'a"'Y Sh lf H dware, Builders Hardware, Stoves-all kinds, W d F ' g Oils and Paints. Cutlery and Silverware, Wear-Ever Al m W. M. Randels Grain Company -COMPLIMENTS OFS- Herhert Kaufman's Store A RELIABLE STORE FOR A COATS SUITS DRESSES Leaders f' fa2f1 X, , W f S Every. an ' X? Elii fi ' ff Aff 7 ming 0 Punlwrun c o. for "' E " The Quality Store " 'he Line PHONE 366 Home Lll 2 - II4 Sog INDEP. AVE. 0112155 Qllnihma EES ART CLEANING C0 DRY CLEANERS Ph 7541 ZH2 Nmitlh Wash e 445 125 ENID PAINT 8: WALL PAPER C0. KRESS IS TWO DOORS WEST OF US Toucrfiiellifgavt H M Q E msfs Ukmahoma State awk Buiidim , 'ff 'W ' f - -f ' ' '1""' fi PEERLESS ICE CREAM when tastefully served is the most delicious and appealing of all desserts. It is more digestible than pastry and pies and, when its nutritive value is considered, is the most economical ofall desserts. All ingredi- ents in making this Ice Cream are pure and wholesome, the best that money can buy. Teerless Ice Cream is made only by the ENID ICE ek FUEL CO. Phone 27 An Investment in Good Non-is Motor Car Appearance Clothes do not make the man,but they may un make him. Good clothes are a big asset in commanding attention in a busy world. Dress up, and look your part! ., f, , I 1' Company -DEALERS IN- CADILLAC -ANm- STU DEBAKER c- CARS -v Federal Tires 10 212 EAST BROADWAY DEPT STORE in --WHEN You THINK oF-- its Drugs, Victrolas, Eastman t"'5.T.??Ti7fff:ifi5' Kodaks, Liggetts Chocolates 6 'L 'y ay and Cold Sodas Rifles -THINK oF- l T THE CORRY PHARMACY THE REXALL STORE PHONE 225 or 450 ENIIJINE IIAFEIEIIIA SILVER GIIIII. SAFE See what you get and get Where you get the best for what you see. the Ieast. Make it head' ALWAYS THE BEST quarters for Iunches and North Side Square FOUNTAIN SERVICE A. L. STRICKLER, Proprietor F ll D ' F tt N ' e ows ont orge o U Meet Me J! f V? JE UTIS IEIFTSR AND Fagg N0 FOR A ' Cami ke Ain! Qhel POIICY Ygur Llfe make EST o gg. A Fine Way to Save Money, 'Besides the Insurance Protection. J, D, MINTQN Pmoieuefs SGD Insurance of All Kinds. Phone 92 rl-lon: no nun, mln. OUR NA T1ON'S FAVORITE MlTCHELL'S J, n ,f Butter-Nut :- BREAD -: "Rich as Butter --- Sweet as a Nut" The Arctic Ice gl Refiigerating Co. Cold Storage-Ice Manufacturing Office and Plant 217-231 East Maple St. Enid, Oklahoma KEEP SMILING WITH KELLY SPRINGFIELD TIRES I THE KELLY CUMPANY Bring Your Clothes to ENID CLEANERS Anderson Kc Zimmerman Suits Cleaned and Pressed S125 No Delivery Cl.lNTJAYNEandDEWEY DlINCAN.0wners nzss.nmaw.y 207 N- Indep. Phone 760 YQUR SHOES ,Sf ij V i CHAIN STORE BUYING ' SMALL UP-STAIRS EXPENSE , is the result of our T' - eg N ,fy 1 1 Everything in Ladies' Ready-to- Wear and Millinery Everything New Shown Here First at 'glue I lip Slzairs Popular Prices rigina S ue S up l Over Garfield National Bank We Gwe S' sl H' Green Stamps ROYAL THEATRE vw' A ,gf 5-nf ev ing, Y WEST SIDE - Quality Photoplays Quality Music rvviingz En the Gllamz nf 1922 E112 New flbxfnrh ltlniel HOWER'S Paint - Wall Paper - Glass 216 West Randolph Tel h 561 Oklahoma Plumbing Sc Heating Company SANITARY PLUMBING Steam and Hot Water Heating Gas Fitting and Sewer Work Ph 350 121 West Main 5i.,.QP The Enid Daily News is a home paper because it has many home features. Local and telegraph news, features, fiction, comics---all com- laine to malee it the leading newspaper of the state west of 'Oklahoma City. Full Service of Two Leased Wires and the N. A. E. Say, Fellows! JGHN s. GRA1-1AM's Sunday School Class Stands for ' Spiritual Instruction Physical Training Social Betterment p wELcoME EARL COX P d t FRED FREEMAN V P HENRY AVERY S T E The Capitol City of the I Plains of Plenty. -:- -.'- To advertise to the world the many KANSAS advantages of Enid and Garfield Countyg to initiate and foster all movements which make for the betterment of the community: to stand for the Best and fight for the Right, is the mission of the- Enid Chamber of Commerce No Interest Too Small or Too Large to Command Our Attention Gooos 0 A 1 I L' J ' ' I ff S J f f H 9 EL sf For Everything Sporting and Electrical East Side Square Phone 1341 x H I L L I P UNIVERSITY WHEN YOU THINK OF TIRES THINK OF 115 5. amnway TOWNSEN D rum 279 Both inners We think E. H. S. is the best school and has the best bunch of students in the Southwest. We think we have the best car of the automo- bile World. E. H. S. has shown you. We have shown our car to many prospective purchasers-they now own a BUICK. ' Let us show you. Champlin Buick Co. When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them. High chool tudents Did you ever stop to think what you would be doing ten or fifteen years from now? E If you have a nefinite aim, write me what it is and I may be able to give you some advice worth something to you. If you do not have a definite plan, our free Success Book is full of information-live with stories of accomplishment. It will show you how you can reach your goal. l have helped thousands of young people to get the right start and l can help you. Write me. JOHN M. HILL, President Hills Business College FULLY ACCREDITED BY THE. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF' ACCRED- ITED COMMERCIAL SCHOOLS. A Oklahoma City, - Oklahoma l ...u "Tl-IE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD" -THIS IS OUR MOTTO-- Quality Merchandise - Moderately Priced COMPLETE OUTFITTERS . Ph N l1 23? S1553 Outfitters to Men and Women. eB Veg f,,f ?l' -Qzzafzf ylyks Qgbfl, dlfezz and young allen Young Men's Suits for High School Students North Side Square Enid, Oklahoma Wells -Cole Shoe Co. - -HOME OF- JDHN KELLY Shoes for Women FLORSHEIM Shoes for Men And tittllll Shoes for EVERYBODY HENNINGER-RUYER uuniinmicimi co. Distinctive and Well Appointed Ambulance and funeral Service lil Z 2 ii. ii. iirmiiucrii mis. ii. ii. imiiiiiicisiz O Cl: Funeral Director Assistant I m l'l. ll. BOYLAN, Assistant n' PHONE sv ENID, OKLA. H8935 E H922 lllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIlIllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIllllIIIIIIIHIIIEHIIlllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII -ef? Enid s Lumber Store Xi J Long-Bell Lumber Co. Meffgfzjjjrgp "' 0 Quglii-his 231' Eiiffiiiiidii iKCllllIIl1CBCliiy9S has always en- deavored to render the public a genuine service-to sell only good, dependable goods at fair prices. KClTllll'DCCCiiiy'9S business h a s been conducted with old-fashioned honesty and under a Golden-Rule policy of fair dealing with its cus- tomers. iKCEllllllllCClii'y9S business h a s been guided by these simple pol- icies and we pledge our customers their faithful continuance for the future. Everylhing for the Family and Home The KENNEDY Mercantile Co. ENID, OKLA. 73 - PHONES - 1614 illllllIIIIIIIiIllllllllllliillllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllillllll!!!IllllllllllIlIlilll!lIIIIIIIllIII!Illllllllllllllllllll Moothart Grocery TBM IEWELL, Prop. Phone 1400 128 E. Broadway It Pays to Pay Cash We sell the Best Grocer- ies for the Least Money. Also handle Fresh Meat, Fruits and Vegetables. Our motto is: "COURTESY AND SERVICE" Order of S51 or more de- livered free to any part of the city. Highest price paid for Butter and Eggs. You are Welcome at 0ur Store HARMON, CROWE 8: CROWE ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLOF-BS AT LAW 18-21 OKLAHOMA STATE BANK BLDG. ENID, OKLAHOMA FOULKS Sc ORR Real Estate, Loans and Insurance Room 15 over Oklahoma State Bank PHONE 43 We Have Graduation Books Also Gifts Such as FOUNTAIN PENS, BOX STATIONERY, ETC. THE BOOK SHOP V .IONH J. VATER, Prop. ENID TRANSFER 8: STORAGE CO. Receivers and Distributers of Freight in Car Lots. Household Goods a Specialty Padded Vans for Fine Furniture. PHONE 165 ENID, OKLA. High Grade Clothing and Shoes for Young Men at Popular Prices 213 N h 1 fly J if h Indepgridence .'B Squulxti blfncli QW Mow C243 do ' 019' 03 AO 40 ,'0He4 45 RURAL CORRESPONDENTS comeuaraov covrsns THE FIELD 5'5" " THE ENID EVENTS A Q r Garfield County's Big Weekly Newspaper TELEPHONE 216 ..2l S. GRAND A. D. WEISSENBURGER Mrs. Albright's School of High School Jeweler Danone Esraorasheo 1900 '30APV1Y33E,lTg51fiolph LQQEDK when you want your automobile or tractor reground and made like it come from the factory. Remember, we fix everything. Show us--we make it! lEMAfvl25 QQCDQ 4U7SOUTH GRAND QS--Q SERV-ICE 0-f Our Service means Regular Delivery, Full Yveight and CouneousTEeaunenL CITY ICE COMPANY C. A. MCLELAND, Manager 324 West Walnut Telephone 188 Dnnlselilnurnens MUTUR EAR ljenrnvifiotiluiz IUMPANY enum onLA. GHA5iH.JAHN GWTSTHATLAST FO IT, THE NEW LOCATION 'IIB If INDEPEIIDINDI THE HOME OF Hart, Sehaffner 8L Marx Clothes AND Walk-Over Shoes for Men and Women Twenty-Eight Years of Reliability C. E. LOOMIS The Reliable Home Kinghan Machine Shun 0xy-Acelylene Welding Furnisher of the South Side Auto Cylinder Regrinding and ' Reboring a S1 cialty. Phone 1930 111-13 W. Main Ph 207 420 s. I d p. Enid Students, .l. A. LAMAR, Prop. Phone 1379 We're Always 0 . With You. Lamar Printing Shop . . MAKERS OF Pep Shmmg Parlor nigh crane The only All-American Shining Parlor in Enid. N nina., enrlen ren uuorr ni 121 Z W. Main Enid, Oklahoma Iliirzt fllllethniiizt iipiarnpal Glhurrh Adams and Randolph Streets. fl" HOMER L. GLECKLER MINISTER STUDY HI W. RANDOLPH PHONE 463'J MISS L. MAE JACKSON SECRETARY CHURCH OFFICE PHONE 4S3'R WORSHIP 1400 members of the church. Church thoroughly organized 1200 members of the Sunday School. Sunday School carefully' graded. THE BEST INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE IN OKLAHOMA CMembership-High School Agej Devotional Meetings Sunday 6:30 p. m. Socials frequently This Church, with a Living Faith, a Spiritual Message, A Social Creed, a World Wide Mission, a Present Day Program, Simple and Dignified Worship, a Modern School of Christian Culture, a Place of Prayer and Rest, an Every Day Service of its members in the Interest of Those Who Need, and All in the Name of Jesus, our Lord, Welcomes You. 37 phone COMPANY Tele ER M LU JOHN M. RUSH S. Grand 2 308-1 Ford and Lincoln CARS Fordson Tractors Joe Iorris Motor Co. 10:55 A. M, AND 7:30 P. M, f ,..,w,q X w , I. 1 f, L, , -, 'X-M vw' f ,lf X f' f If f gf f 6 f ,V , , s X 5 X sl . .,4 , 3-' ,Xxx Q C 1 , 19 1 .- 4? ' '.. fp. . 8 LIZLS ,,A,..l. af -- X. A4 . -R 532: A ' .9 si-viii '. -.rf f . V- -ff-.1 1, ' . ffl?-'ef 5. . I , yn.,--3 xf' .1.f' ...-, 2. '4JLl-.1,u:., .. .'A,tfu ,Jw e. L - ' 1 I ., ' - -pf-'.1. .u-ww K xg,-:x 1,12-aw - g3f9g,fA.'531Jj5 6353? 'T ' -1 aim- 135 ' In .Y ,, , eg xv.. 5-.H .-1.52.


Suggestions in the Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) collection:

Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection, 1914 Edition, Page 1

1914

Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection, 1915 Edition, Page 1

1915

Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection, 1921 Edition, Page 1

1921

Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection, 1924 Edition, Page 1

1924

Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection, 1928 Edition, Page 1

1928

Enid High School - Quill Yearbook (Enid, OK) online yearbook collection, 1929 Edition, Page 1

1929

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.