Eufaula High School - Ironhead Yearbook (Eufaula, OK)

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Page4 THE IRONHEAD May 18, 1931 Class History Now the history of the class of One and Thirty, of the high school of the city of Eufaula, County of McIntosh in the state of Oklaho- ma. is in this wise: In the beginning in the six and twentieth year of our Lord in the ninth month and on the tenth day of the month there entered into this land of learning one and forty seekers of knowledge Some came up from the eighth grade wnere they had for many months been busily engaged in storing up in their minds the honey of wis dom some were from farms where they had been tillers of the soil and some were from other halls of instruction Lkewise it came to pass also that they were received with mah c ous glee by a certain band of wild beings called Sophomores and who did because of their fierce taste for Freshman blood pounce upon them daily and nightly and did cause them to suffer great things and to yearn in their heart for the day when they should themselves be Sophomores And it came to pass that they did organize themselves and select a strong and wise woman to lead them through the wilderness It is recorded that they did clfoose Nan Westmoreland as their lead er and Helen Smock to pres de over them and to advise them lest they ll should fall by the way. are to graduate after many days, F I 1 v I Chapter Two Now it came to pass at the be- ginning of the second year that a new band of youths did com- u1 irom the adjoining territory and the class of seven and twenty in the new dignity of their promo- tion remembered the days of their own greenness and as the Sopho mores of their day had done to them even so did trey do unto these new Freshmen did show I10 m rcy unto their sufferings and no heed unto their lameatations until they were all bru sed anc' full of sorrow And it came to pass that a great and wise per on dd advis them to organize themselves that their courage should be bolstered and that they should fear not And as spoke uito them so was t done and they chose their wisest ones to be leaders and it came to pass that Ann Connors was chosen president and Almon White their ponsor and called themselv es with much pride the class of seven and twenty and it came to pass at the end of the se ond year that their whol number was forty and two 1-fn 23' 022 F' o 002222 gm :mis -5? cr ggfj o.L"U E' O: :Aug HUQNH D""' 'Oo 301:-2 L, as We-agp? 'UlDD"g,,, 'Umm fp 'Sm ff" CV' 6. Ei? D' gf' 5 as CD E as SENIORS You will always be welcome at ROYS BARBER SHOP XXX X PERFECT WORK UNDER FAVORABLE CONDITIONS X xv xx Try a Hot Oll Shampoo for Dandruff, Special rate for short time only c XXX SX xx xXX Good shoes properly fitted that s the shoe dealers Job Keeping those good shoes looking good, feeling good and in good condition that s our J OB' Let Us Rebuild Your Shoes O K HOE SHOP Paul That Satisfactory Shoe Rebullde 'U D" o 3 cn 4:- P-4 ls:- 'U an 5 O "1 U1 U' cb 'S F "U HS o 'cs 'U IP U Pj it appeareth that there is great need of many dollars where with to provide the song and the dance hereof!" And so thinking these things I he class made many a feast and I the public was bidden that money might soon be brought into the treasury ard it came to pass that the Junior class had in it a presi dent Helen Smock and a sponsor Martha Gaby both persons of much learning and many accomplish ments Helen having gained great hono on having been exposed for several sea, on to the disease known as basketball And behold it likewise come to pass at about the same time that the class did aspire to histronic honors and did present to the people a great and wonderful play Come Qeven was once more given that the religious soul of the aud iente might be grateful And lo the multitude did cry out How great and wonderful is this thing that you have done and the heads of the class did become swelled to 'their fullest extent at the praise ,they did receive and the terrible 'tri g that they had done Now it came to pass that Earl Cook a youngster who was yet a worthy member of the class did as plre to fly as a brd and did take unto himself a pole of great length and soar over a cane placed upon two uprights to the height of ten I X N WOLFERT S The Friendl Store feet and ten inches, a mark of such surpassing loftiness that it has never been surpassed in that great religion known as the N. O. A. A. and he did receive much ac- claim from the multitudes and his head did be ome much swelled in the listening. Now when the sixth month of the year of thirty and nineteen was fully come the class did give yet another feast and did send mes sages over all of the land east and north and south and west to all of the inhabitants thereof saying Come ye and make merry with us The class of twenty nine and nineteen is about to depart to a far country and all of the things are now ready for the feast' And when the guests did depart from the festivities they were ex ceedingly glad that things were as they had been proclaimed and did give much thanks to the class Continued On Page 11 Seniors' For Your Esteemed Patronage PETTUS DRUG Thanks You Illldy Duuucoo And y Happmess Pl'1OllQ 260 Ygurg KODAKER S INN FIVE HOUR SERVICE X BROWN S STUDIO McALESTER OKLAHOMA X ASQ Pictures Keep When Memories x XX X D , V , I r I n Q y LAA , A , v , . , - , . . . , M . - . I y . . , . 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Page 3 SENIORS PRESENT PLAY "A FULL HOUSE" HERE The senior class of 1931 presented the farce comedy JA Full House" 1n the audltorxum of the high school May 15th Th1s play was given as their annual class play and enJoyed unprecendeted success as such It was comedy 1n trree acts wrltten by Fred Jack son noted playwrlght The play was well advertlsed and was presented before an ex ceptlonal house This play had been presented sev eral times by professxonal players in large c1t1es such as New York The scene lS 1n the drawlng room of Flemlngs duplex apartment on Riverslde drive New York City early ln the spring of the year The story of the play IS one that concerns a reckless wealthy youth who writes ardent love letters t a designlng chorus glrl An attor rey brother In law who steals the letters and then gets h1s handbag mixed up with the grlp of a bur gler who has Just stolen a valuable necklace from the mother of the n d screet youth IS a promment character m the play The efforts of the crook to retrlve h1s plunder and other amuslng Incldents mad up a drama ID wh ch the act on never halted for a moment The llnes held a fund of humor at all t mes Some of the characters were Parker an Engllsh butler Bert W1l ox Susie from Sloux Clty a .Ae d .Ile a alla-pklmi-arf uttuy no well a brxde Vyta Corbln Miss Wlnnecker from Yonkers the aunt Paulxne Trxndle Daphne Charters Ottxlys sister Thelma Burnett Nlcholas Klng a stranger Eudle Grose Ned Pembroke Jr an only son Carl Smith George Howell a brldegroom Earl Cook Daughtery a poll e sergeant Donald Kelley Jim Mooney a pollceman Elvm Warren Clancy apol1ceman Cyrus Smith Mrs Flemlng who owns th THE IRONHEAD I I Junior High School Graduation Tuesday, May 19th. 1. Processional, Ann Connors. 2. Invocation, Rev. W. W. Mc- Connell Seek your Star' J Lincoln Hall Salutatory Plano Solo Ella Mae Blake Valedlctory Go Lovely Flower' Girls Glee Club Rev W Mark Sexton Mc Alester Okla 9 Presentation of Dlplomas E C Hopper 10 Benedlctlon Rev S B Bar rett GRADUATES DECIDE FUTURE Many of the graduates have de clded the colleges they w1ll attend or lf they do not plan to go to college the field of work they w1ll enter James Brennan w1ll attend Har vard Unlverslty where he w1ll study for the mlmstry Bruce Cowl ng w1ll attend the University of Columbla He will spec alize ID Home Economlcs Ella ORe1lly plans t attend Warner Agrlculture College where she will speclallze m aesthetic dancmg Arl1e Cro ker plans to attend the Chxckasha Womens College where he will prepare to be an ln structor IH campustry Earl Cook lntends to be a Joke lter so he w1ll alwavs know the point Armour Lowe has flnally declded to go to Chllllcothe Business Col lege to take up a course 1n Jour nallsm Charles Vlctor Wllson w1ll go to Vanderbllt College where he w1l be enroled for a course ln cookmg apartment Helen Smock Vera Vernon a show glrl Helen Wllcox Mrs Pembroke from the c1ty of Boston Venetah Grose TRADE WITH x xx Xyx SMITH 81 TIICKER I I May 18, 1931 Bono DAY I April 1, 1931, the seniors left the! high school on their annual Hobo Day outing, accompanied by Miss Pfaff and Mr Tippie The senlors appeared at the s hool that mornlng clad 1n the tradltxonal garments of the day many and varled as to style and color Some of the more outstand ing costumes were those of Carl Smith presldent of the senlor class and James Brennan Among the glrls Vera Parkhurst was perhaps the best dressed present Transportatlon for the class was provided by Eudle Grose Joe Mc Kinney Donald Kelley and Mr Tlppe The group went down the Southl Canadian r1ver at flrst but afterI all of them had arrived they de I cided that the spot was not ap I proprlate for their fest1v1t1es andI it was declded to go to Gaines creek Near Games creek a few hundred yards up 1n the hllls the plcnxc was held and It was there that the greater portlon of the evenmg was spent After the lunch the party gathered upon the Games creek brldge and there were games and stunts Several members of the group were shghtly ragged when they re turned to the c1ty but the tearmg was all 1n fun No one got angry Goodbye 1931 Semors' A. Lowe had appeared in a new suit and spent some money. Charles: "You must have realized something on your poems." Lowe: "Realized I was a nut and got myself a job digging ditches"' Mr T1pp1e Thls exam w1ll be conducted on the honor system please take seats three apart and ln alternate rows Honor? 9 9 'P Students Pay a VlSlt To The CON OCO SERVICE STATION And Meet Mack Phone 341 XXX TO THE GRADUATIN G CLASS OF 1931 May your luck, be never falling, May your sweethearts be always true, God bless vou, noble semors Here s our love to you MISS MAY BAILEY G1'0C9l'Y And Market Always Your Frlend XXX Xxx xx swsxxxwx Farmers 8 Merchant Bank Ilu t Banking Eufaula, Oklahoma Phone 2 0 X XX X XXNX xv Nx xx x x xx x xx xxxxxsxy xxwx x xxx xx x xX xxw xxxxxxxxxxw Xxxxxxxxxxxxxx xxxxx - 3. ., . ' . I -l..-. ----,- 4 L ' . . ' H . . ' an I ' ' 1 . . 5 ' - I n. ' , ' - - I I " . , ' ' 1: - 7. . , I ' - K. , . , I , , .... 8. . . , ' 1 I - Y-- . . , . I v , . . . . I. . - I - , f , . . - I I it . 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Pdge 11 THF IRONHEAD May 18 1931 CLASS HISTORY Lo rtrnued from Page 4 of thriy and rrrntteen for the plrrsure that had been provrded ror thrrr rejorcrng Ard lo the whole number t tl 1 e d of the year was thrrty and frght Chapter Pour Now thrs the fourth year rn the 'r tory of thrs great ar d wonder ful class of thrrty one and nrneteen has b en one of much hard labor are but lrttle restrng by the way sdt lor prep rratro s have been rn the mrkrng for them to take therr fr al departure from the land And rt came to pass that the 'lass frndrng rtsell most brave chose to be one of then colors the crrm on hu of courageous blood and for the other whrte vhrch was u to them the symbol purrty And rt came to pass that dd present therr celebrated tronrc productron Full House rt was recerved wrth much rejorc rn co th whole number of the rn mbers of the class at the end of tfe fourth year was forty and tx o It was soon that the members of the Junror class rnvrted them all to 1 great feast rn the hrgh scnool and all rejorced greatly thereat Ard rt came to pass that they and they rs and r e hr s the hrgh school PROGRAM CLASS NIGHT Valedrctory Vyta Corbrn Salutatory Elrzabeth Wood Hrstory Helen Qmock Wrll Paulrne Trlndle Prophecy Thelma Burnett Poem Armour Lowe Class Optrmrst Ernest Mat thews 8 Class Grumbler Wrllrs Raybe Follow The Cr owd 6 KWIK W AY SERVICE ST ATION uper ror Ser vrce I I CHI COTAH TIPS ILUFAULA IN IITI-RARY MEI-.I At the annual Lrterary meet held at Checotah May 9 1931 Checotalr succeeded rn tyrng Eufaula Our frr t places were won by Grrls Glec club Boys Glee rlub and Ella Ma Blake second places were won by Carl Qmrth Earl Cook and others In the trrck a d freld events of the day before Eufaula nabbed 6 frrst places rn sweeprrg style Ear Cook wovr frrst rn shot putt 100 yard dash 220 yard dash ard pol vault He ran the 220 rn 226 for a ew co rfer nce record Arlre Crocker won the mrle whrl Ctto Sm th carrred off the hrgh rump record TIII' C LXSS OPTIVIIST Earnest Matthews As th rnouthpre e of thrs the graduatrng class of 1931 I feel rf my duty to broad ast the fact that Hur gr atest vrrtue as a group rs nodesty We feel that we are Justrfred rn ayr rr, that we have made as good r e oro as could possrbly be ex pt ted of us onsrderr g our cap fre tr for abs rbrn knowledge and ou abrlrty to concentrate Few rf any of us xere born great but a measure of greatness has b n achreved by manv of thrs tlee class of 31 and we leave ro hesrtator rn expre S1110 the frrn eonvr tron tl at as trm rolls or places n the world and rts affarrs We feel that as a matter of hon c ty we must rdmrt to a hrgh rat rny., rrr porrrt of beauty agrlrty of bra rs and body the rnfluence we Fave exerted upon underclassmen las been of the best we are cer tarn In lookr 1, back over the years we lfave spent rn Eufaula hrgh we would rot change anythrng Every thrng that has been rs undoubt ably for the best We may not al ways urdersta d at the moment but we belreve that rn the after g ow of t me to come we wrll real rfe that rn these days of our stu d nt lre a marvelous Mosarc a been wrougrt and of rare beauty ar d perfectron We wrll rot say that ours has been the best class ever graduated but we do b lreve that no number gor g Iortlr rn any one year wrth tt err degrees ever had a deeper af fectron tor' therr arrna mater We are optrmrstrc because w have a rrglrt to be SENIOR PICNIC On Mar h 27 1931 the senror class enjoyed therr annual prcnrc at Grfrssy lNol1 an exqursrte lrttle beauty spot b neath the bluffs that or erhang the south Canadran rrver They were accomparned by therr porrsor Mrss Ruby Pfaff Mr and Mrs George O Trppre Mr and Ms E S Nu n and others A prrrt of fun pervaded the group ard som good snapshots were se 1 rr d hrs farthful kodakrurthirnn Thrs Senror Edrtron THE IRONHEAD WAS PUBLISHED IN THE OFFICE OF THE I DIAN JOURNAL Mclntosh County s Greatest Newspaper Phone 36 Give Llassrfred Ads Wanted A parr of roller skates for my many vrsrts to Mr Trppres offrce Donald Kelley Wanted A permanent wave Paulrne Trrndle Found My Weakness Eudre Grose anted Accurate statrstrcs for my socrology classes on the drvorce problem James Brennan Lost Arythrng you may have found B111 S otch Found Two cuds of slrghtly chewed gum Bruce Cowlrng Wanted A Rolls Royce Marre Kelley Wanted A Jurcy lemon pre B11 lre Mae Plock For Sale A loud orange and green necktre Fred Beaver Help Wanted Frfty students who know how to work elementary Alegebra problelms-H C Blake Room 234 For Bale Ladres second hand ready wear Bert Wrlcox crty hall Complrnrents of MARATHON SERVICE STATION Walter Calhoun, Mgr Earl Cook, Flunkv Brrng' Your Tr ade The KAY MOTOR CO Frsk Trres Jas and Orls Garage Servrce '74 Hour Wrecker Ser vrce Phone 333 Champron Shoe Shop 'Shoe Rebuilding' 1 Eufaula, Oklahoma, -'- Phone 167 il N X 1 1 W - or 1 J 1 1 ' I A 1 ' W ' 1 ' ' . 1 - 1' , I " 'A ss . 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